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: April 5, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075917:00110
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L, APRIL 5, 1907.

I All--Special Privileges to None.

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W. mo tr President.
Theo P. est, President Pro
ht A. Finley, Secretary.
Ausitant Secretary.

P(e pDww U .
nolds, Chaplain.
Albert Mathes and
ing Presideat, Hon.
fterred to the ability

t ain this State or anv other
SI ee ud to occupy.' ie went
to y at be would admit that he
the ambition to become the Prei-
of sesin and that th result
19, of tA night ,I i ax.
bo was accorded a ant-
Sj durtu the time he had served
wth tho oval of his follow
While taakiang them hart.
wold have o cause to regret
Iu5er t. He expressed his belief
they hadome t tthe parting of
wben strife and al wwrold
t eoffsrb toewryOutfh

th whole pop*e Flo rida.
4 aski all to bear with the
and -at s they might Iod in
b remind them all not to con-
him the President of any particu-
S*ng bu t the P resid ent of the
Senate. That's my deira he
aM i conclusion, 'and when I deliver
tles gavel to my successor the people
at Fwrids will say, 'Well dome, thou
Sged and fad thful servant.' Vtank
Sntor Crane offered a resobition
S oidog for the appointment Of a
N a ittee to select two official etemog-
pfjm f to do the work of the Senaton,
Sde 'met opposition from Senators
Abrme and MeCreary, and which on a
ets beig taken was lost.
emtator Beard offered the following
b=ats Coocurrent Resolution No. 2,
whiIh, I full, reads:
Solt resolved by the Seqate of the
State of Florlda, the House of Repro-
s Mttveoaki iring-
e = i:L1. That a joint committee of
listing of three from the
N ra d four from the House of
, mte b~ appobnted ryoai
rlb d aiof the vat@
Speaker of the houeof Repre-
Sitvo lvetigate the IMprove-
Sd of the State of rida.
SS. That the mid committee be.
n fh same hereby nathemsed and
m administer oaths sado -
^*? -1 rewia sea rde bosekae orveu

K said coamittee is hereby di.
./4il ex ?--

rat oad esaod
erdar 3for to

wr reod from

4as msved that te
16 of Sate he
ir ative to amit
et that. same be

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locatlve. Ofoee. Tllahassee, la., *
AWG U aIn la00tion co.oera..
Oeatleman of the SoaSe sad House tag the lltwoadt in this
OI Representatives: State, I do a ful realization
As directed by -the Cesatitutlon, I of t he wnteti iatlons and de-
herewith submitt for your considera- pendeace w" between the
tton the fellowlag Iaformatlo o.- railroads at lli bl. Unrpason-
coring tlie condition of the State, able and oam ens should not
and my recomnirdations 'In regard be laid upoSa ttH corporate enter-
to such measures as I doem expedl- prises whiet h g 00 materially and
eat and proper to call to your atlen- especially devoelQd the resources of
ton and oonsideratIon at this time. our State, I aIn recommend, as
The various departments of the I did to the LeWature of 1906, that
State Government and the Boards, the Railroad Co aIsilon be made a
' Bureau* and Institutions connected. "constitutional bl oa of the State
therewith have submitted to you re- Uovernment." t View of the very
ports of the conduct and management serious coadittici brought about by
of the various lnteress committed to the lack of ptIIca equipment of
them, settlag forth the condition and many of the =ra#foad in this State,
progress of the various matters under and the conseQapt loss and damage
their care. to the business, Sad the loss of life
Florida has had unexampled pros. and the inoreasd danger to panpen-
perity and material advancement since ger traffic, I sal_ deem It proper to
the last session of the Legislature, repeat my rtoeA___Odaion to the
and her marvelous natural resources Legislature of I. in regard to ens-
and adaptability for suoh varied pur. powering theo 9 UbIOd Commis.!on A
suits and industries assure her a con- make suitable p0rviions for the :.-
tlauaace of this material progress and section of the pRaioal condition of
prosperity. And while this condition the railroads la the State. I also
is one which should 11l us with pride would recommean that he railroad
and ambition for the future of the companies doing business in this State
State, wise and intelligent states- be required to atoke a report to the
manship would dictate that it should Railroad ommaoiloa every six months
be your special care to so guard the of the number ft eagines and cars of
sources of wealth and prosperity that the several classes and kinds, and
a reckless and prodigal use of their their oondltloa and location, and the
abundance may not destroy them. amount of their terminal trackage and
The Comptroller's Report, submit- transfer facilities. The power of the
ted shows that the assessed valuation Railroad Commission as to the en-
of the Phole State nl 1901 was $97,- foroemeat of the rules and orders to
U141,19t and for the year 1906 was regard to the payment of demurrage
$142,018,871, the showing a gain for for delayed freight or suppir of freight
the period of fvie years of $44,4W7,- ears upon such oadittloos as It may
679, or 45.5 per cent. prescribe, should be ample and effee.
Taxation. iveo, and in the recovery of fines and
ftuation should receive your earn- penalties imposed by the Railroad
oat, areful and early attention. Do ofoesselom a law similar to the
oet delay the preparation and consid. praenat stockk Clatnt Law" should
Watin oat the vari6us aepropratlon be passed allowW iathe recovery of
S4ee6 4eas41U s eosr41ala that Bm- irt'tUhe'abpuat of auoh fine or pen -
tiportant matter until the work eo aity, together with attorney fees,
the closing days of the session will where it Is necessary to bring a suit
prevent its proper and careful consid- to recover the same. The convent-
osation. The cardinal principle of ence of the traveling public requires
taxation is to distribute the burden a closer observance of schedules, or
equally. Under the system as now at least more reliable information to
operated taxes are collected in the the public as to the whereabouts of
various counties and remitted to the trains and the time of their arrival
States and then sent back to the coua- at the various stations along the
ties for purely county purposes and route. I would recommend that a
expenditures. statute be passed prohibiting the rail.
The Oomptroller's Report was: Bal- roads operating In this State from
sace, $127,863.44; direct tax, 1904, keeping any employee in continuous
1906, 1906, $9189,432.12; other sources service for more than sixteen consec-
$173,491.90. making a total of $889,- utive hours, and that no such em-
7817.44. There were disbursed for ploye, after sixteen consecutive hours
expenses of Legislative, executive of servioe, shall be permitted to again
and Judicial Degartments of the State go on duty without having had at
administration in 1906, $164,276.24, least ten hours off duty; except la
and for other purposes, $618,977.59. oaaes of emergency, such accidents
The receipts from the General Rev. or wrecks, or delayed schedules. And
enue tax levied for each of the years tha. the average number of hours dally
1906 and 1906 amounted to lesa than service for station agents and opetra-
$200,000, and this goes into the Oes- tors should be limited to not more
oral Revenue pFnd; but from this fund than ten hours per day. I would
appropriations for schools alome, recommend that uno person less than
amounting to $202,500, were made for I year of age he permitted to per-
year 1906-06; and further appropria. tcrg. the duties of tranl dispatcher
tons for schools amounting to $202.. or railroad teleavph operator upon
500 were made for (he year 1906-07. whose messages trlaeins are dispatched
Thus It will be see that while a tax or haadled. The records of the Rail-
levy of 1% mills is nominally made road Coaslasion show that for the 12
tor the General Revenue Pad for soothes adlag June 0, 1904. there
each of the years 1905 and 1906. some were killed by railroad adeldents to
at the reoepta from such levy are tbis state fty employee aad nine pa.-
used for the ordinary expenem a the Magers, #ad four hunadred.ad thinty-
Sate, 4a1oe. Is addition to pa4lag1 all reav esasoyeo and paasegers In-
os.ts of eollectlmg and admtaltertam ured. It Is, therefore, your duty to
all the feads above meatloned.* mom sow every safeguard sad protection
mOay is 1ak0 1frewm the OoGeneral Rev O the public around the llvew of those
eoau ruad for Schools alone than goes sployed lI the railroad traGc of this
Into t from taatio. eafat, s well as the travellii public,
F*loida State Troop sa*d no resonable DreaoIton should

I is a matter for congratulates to
Ihe pople of this State that ike or.
stseA lUttia of Florlda li betag
tpidly -pt pos an eleait baAle.
YTear ateottAes is espeOtftUy lviteod
to aso roesommat-b loas upon these
vartum matters contalaed Is the as
Saal reprt of the AdaUtast GOiral.
I dem it of utmost importase- at
yo should provide for the ebrtiem oC
a ttable State Arsenal at sme sea-.
tWe plat la the State.
Pranehseb Tax.
I sesoMaead the enactment of a
law sutoaarasg the levying of a tax
p"o 'FraNasolas I therebre arge
that a law be enacted makftg hra-.
-ises table at their realt vale,
a& tand= a other property. eiteW
gather with the tangible property
ued la eonseetion with the fraaelOse
or Oamawtltv.

be seglecod whieh will aNord this
proteetleo. You showol pass such
*sWtatte as will nake It mandatory
-pop the Searest justice of the peace,
aselag as oroner, 10 plroeed faime
ditAly to where any persona bu bee
illed la say accident or train wrea,
-s4 to hold an inquest and asoertala
the ears ofe such saoomet, and who
Ito t blame therefore. I would recoim-
amad that the express oompataes.
te telegraph and telephone lines of
the State be placed uner the jurisdlc-
tion of the Railroad CoMmtesion. I
would recommend a law regulating
the issue of stocks and bonds by cor.
portions, modeled upon that of those
States where It is ain suoessful oper-
Stlon. I would not be understood as
recommending the lessening of wages
paid to any employ, but would rec-
ommend that the rallroads be prohbb.


nvtm g t mtan me aBr-
sae VW1i t1 borers and em-
ployes epoorations or Indi-
viduals salp class of labor or
Edi onpatle
In re thl| Iaportant subject,
I can s t llt more than was
suggested saiy i-age to the Leg-
islature of Tbo much consid-
eration cannot be given to the subject
of our public sicpols and their needs,
and while we should not neglect the
demands of higher education In the
State, we should primarily consider
the noeds and demands of the common
schools, for it It here that the vast
majority of our future citizenship must
look to receive their equipment for
the duties of lift, and nothing should
be left undone to meet this demand.
especially shouldM the demand for
earnest, qualtfieh teachers, Imbued
with high Ideals aW devotion to their
calling-second to ofe-recelve your
consideration, and every reasonable
means employed to(ralwe the protes-
slonal standard and %9 pay of teach.
oer, especially nla the rural schools.
I would suggest for your consideration
State aid for the salary of teachers of
certal standing and prockleay lan
rural schools. The success ot the
onsolldation of country sehookll ato
rural traded schools, where lt'-f
boon attempted, is very marked, X
should be adopted wherever the means
of transportation make it practicable.
By this means the pupils nl country
districts have the same advantages as
the pupils In the graded schools In the
city, as they do the same work, fol-
low the same class orgaalsatlon aad
pass directly from the rural graded
schools Into advanced grades of the
city graded or high schools-a result
very nearly Impraoticable nla the one-
teacher, ungraded country school. The
work of the schools throughout the
state should be systematised and gad.
ed as nearly at possible la regard
to quality of work done and methods
and studies pursued. Buch a system
would be of mutual benefit to teach-
era and puptle throughout the State.
I also recommend that a conserva-
tive outline or course of study be do.
vised and prepared for the guldanse
of our teachers and school officers,
and as a standard for their work, by
the State Superintendent, with such
expert and professional assistance as
you may see proper to furnlsh him.
with a view 'to meeting the needs of
the rural schools, as well as those
more advanced in the larger towas
and cities of our ntate. recoonr
aend the adoption by the State of a
uniform system of test books for the
State, thus. enabling the reports I
have suggested to be made with ease
sad accuracy. and affording at a view
the standing of every school.
Compultory Iducation.
When we ooasider that only 69 per
oent of the children of school ag are
enrolled In the public schools of our
State, and that the attendance is onlyI
GO per oeat of that enrollment, It
must necessarily make aso pauno ad
eonslder the proposition of coamplofry
education. The capacity of the white
man's branl for doveopment sad edu-
eation must act e Hlipited by aaything
else ta aur power to provide trals-
lag and opportasty.

While it sol4 a the care of the
tate to prove rafot fr a system f
*samea &shlo, it is, nevertheles,
tho duty at tae awte to omake sa
provialm tIor tho maintenance and

sad dmeasd. tA this sofneetaoa, I
tesagly rooseomeod to yoar moailer.
atios the wisdom of providing, by
eeastltutoaela smeedmeat. If anes.
sary, a A limit of minimum and
maximum tax levy to be made by the
properly delsgnated .te authoritIoe
after a careful I titgatlom and ex*
amisratta of t .ra needs, for the sup*
port of the higher lnstitutions of
learnlag of tkl State.
State rd of Health.
Surely there is no more important
eare committee to you as representa.
tlves of the ple of Florida than a
wise and p ueant consideration of
those matters which affect the health
and public anitation of the State.
OMace the Leg lature.of 1o"0. In spe.
co oemO ON rAiN &.


What They Thia iland Say of Gov.
raner's Proposed Newueaper)
A Pennsylvania legislator has intro-
duced a bill giving an offended citizen
the right to kick the editor, while the
Governor of Florida would like to see
the editor handled in court if he pub-
lished anything about a public official,
or a person deairing to become a public
official, commonly known as a candidate,
other than the truth, the whole truth,
and nothing but the truth.
As a general thing the person or pei-
sons who have a longing to "kick," or
handle the newspaper man in the
courts, Is when the truth is told. The
truth is generally the very thing a poli-
tician does not care to have look him in
the face and it is not pleasant and
proftable to always speak the plain
truth in the columns of a newspaper.
Men who have tried this heretofore
have always come to grief. Only a few
days ago the editor of a paper in ldi-
ania grew tired of being called a liar
and announced that bhe would teu the
truth in the future, and the nextisue
of his paper contained the following
news notes:
"John Bonin, the lasiet merchant In
town, made a trip to Belleville yester-
.John Coyle, our tioeety.uan is do*
I a poor blAins. His tore (a dirty
a dusty- how ca he bo muct
"Rev. tyx praO last day
ag t on Charily. SeWOa R w-
e Sonkey died at his %meb
thi The doctor gave it -
g heart Whik ked
James 1ii.. bat a dy at
Baptist Thebride it a .
ordinary who doe't
any mrno cookiat sJ
notber days ia hal a.

a-ato f* been r
old felt. ibud 1110
so grut Pft* a
very ~man wad WHo w-
elected I i was here ygW
day. He very few fr M
now.e ae H t o
of thia p a les of thn e
event of his but bad
all about it th time to badooer
the little around.
The paper reached the pub.
lic than a ttee was set to te
editor bear* petition atkol 1

continued t old oway, am stat
ing that tbe leved hlm to be a
truthful, an.
As a matter feet the rewspops
often my saoe ry ice ad omp
mentary things t polituisas, adIt
is a)t waylwsythy thatislitw
bt hard to prove to trueto Ina t
of justice. They 9A a *-
thing about a pol that to e s..
ered by said poit utterly
and without fnda Yt It
true as and tbe ue
I the opinion of
usiefulneseof the p Jhold W
further led with
publft yJ The crimal .
lawsof thib State a l
goodmk r ,and the
untrue and a
statemet. ( ty da red.
rafaLm so - o
but agalnstt a D a etisa
tate. -Lvek rat.

The current eaue of the
Arm. of the Colored Norl '
du&trCl allege, has the folowing
*%e contreet for the westlem
Carmee Urr has beea
ChildlBroe.. Tlahaus. TheU
will be ftmIshed pepSepte r m br
Plans are abrewing skrHg
making October 6th (tIh aurph bu .
of tba asool) a rod letter bay b
history. The frienda of t eLd Ving
tion troughout the Stat t 1
will bt eauad open to ashe aoo do
nation eO this MesIasL io Ye.
tye e thi note ft readynw r
tnat osaslen. IA tia aImple way
can show your lanteret t e
and help a goodcauee. ltis
to be abhandsome two-tory buidi 'o
concrete brici, trimmed with te-
lighted by electricity, and heated with
hot water.

Nice residence ro b to rent Ap-
ply at Singer Sewing Machine office.

For peat.

The Blocker house on Clinton *ra
Possession middle of March. Appk t
Miss Nellie Basett, Clerk's offi. *


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-You rmay fool all the people somM-
r nri,e ,-f 0.4. JieOj le all time ,
I ir ; 111 tll II JWoPle oal thee

...* ~ '' In the history of ti
2 2r -, a : Governy ifd a it
9 tailed upon to.le-i
,, Or of a public docu.-,
'2' 2 'f a, v.s jf w -I -
it newx'a''fa

2.9' 1- 11 0 In hI s i8
,, 1. l,. i:ature no in ti
rI,, .: apfl,-on Bol;rtpar- B co
,,.rt;,k:: to cajole th@et(' i o ha
tr,. king ccrLain c ritici f a
rli.Mlmrnmeanor and punllJ ,y heavy th
p' nalti,'. 1I
Of cour.s~ the ai',mpt is It.ade, it is N
a:ll vedt by the G ;,., rnor, for the public "
i'o>xj,l arnd to ,r,' t the BoSrd of In- ar
t'rrrnil lmprvnli 'it agai nt slander. PC
. Iut it will L t ,,l l' d that the critil-

I, 21' ' I ~ I ) p )lI t ()v,L''tt 'i ( ii ffi Hr4s'l-omplairil' o t have bee'n directed
if, thein the mail iA,.' .t the governor.
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2' h 2t i2 1,%04''t 111t; a in him s(eIlwal.
, ,i t' tu WhV, a ritlit, 2.,I2 bonei in the grave
22, ~ 'I 22 w t21 riditiiitry all, ill- oil h' O ilislt'iwi., 1421r'rior iindstatesman
9t 'I;,Iw .fo til,r'te g.rha
II. I, of wbort hv (pivcirnor im' a namesake
3(0St ia vm mld ''ai lace when that mes-
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it, 2j, public' print- during tie ll 1vf' ally 1'n',v2'edw''of the fantastic
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pro il IA A Iilla ct h tw m ldh ave1'' Wvl at j. 112 i't'1(t' li'rtimi cnatt iaM stt..l i it
that wo nHd clolm. "we pig. wil 11VI vit-ctivll isltlv' 1 t(t.upof

w11211 wo r t Ilrl. e- e lug' illl Iti4 s tinwe how o-vere'ly ht e w tii uider
Magi-, "I'll"2' l litor it' it le l t:1' te' vI I ti'iciisIn "?ud I lOw'ul (eIu of Itis P t
r tl ituht' f i' t enih lleit'h ". Itdhe fiot Itt. JUMI as suc-
It ome? ctemful lyi' nt iciarcl on his politicul record

"' While traveling from pomt to point,
Snaking xtump speeltt'hen' during the
* drainage rampain.i, Gvecrnor Itroward.
'th' U1 M11ppled servant of the I(people, who
Seeridfced much timln from hi ofli'e,
' and threw the dignity connlectle there-
with to the winrp. on almost c'very oc-.
a calon accusld all editors who Iopl,<)st
Shim in his I0lalns and scheme. as being
S"owned, contiilledd, subservient to
smne interest, tools of corlmortions,"
jetc., and before that, of "selling apace
with sentiment thrown In. Could he
.rove such charge? Is he any better
IthI we, that he should not IN criticisea
when he deserves to be?



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t'" I'.t! d, Il .it i ai rtcnil .i) tlo f';a( -
l j'i, ,. 1 (' lli: 'ic-,r.' !W h..r, the
I'.., ',,i ,l nJ iti' ( i ''i n: politlciant- -. vwill not the
tr i i i t o t el l-s ti f.c-

I 2 [,l'i ",. Iy invi)olvl d in the case
i 11' i T i I n '. i .Ti ii o4n, llth.

\ ft '.i i\ tiir ( ;,vernor lroward r tedlit
f'r aIll tihn' .'..(l things in hl s message,
Ith 'I'trnmp 'Tril une of thie il says:
"It would have been well, however,
.if sll' tIc'nigrnant spirit stop)pedl his
hi (and(l. I r t governorr pennedd the last
pl'u11r;Iiah of his message P'robally no
pulIl0c doilllit'1 ir 111t has shown such a com--
lilt'' i'll;pIr; i rm being an instrument
,-C.'I.Ar:Ltl ,' irt frIie'e omr t( one so full of
thlr. i\ 1 l ii, .';antCe anlldd d -l)otic ulter-
.;111 "s .t ,'r Herod is out-lleroded;
1 *.' 112 It ti t. oosevelted. 'lI'at any
a*i' r:i. I V thl' liberal' l andIil doe o-
'', ,tiin v shoi ,i i, e1 t capable of a dolib'r-
allt nt','k ti n the freedom (f thle
lpr' :. ,i. \\ 42 ..,ifeS quite 14'tyolid our
pw\ r1 to ii ,. is tand. This absurd pai-
aIgi1ap1"1 in tI0I' iesage is .so alisolutely
contr.i t ll. e ri ,it t he sentiment that 'pre-
ccl.s it thait l .1 h a to read It twice
bIe orh recall', i. ileving th the words
are tLhere i1l ith.it he is not the victim
of an hallt'i .itwon. Is it possible that
the (Govril,,i ;,iihws a petty vindictive-
ness to c'onI II him? That, trettinrg
under new. has, at tirl,-., broughtt upon himself.
he makes thfi. f". lhnh attempt to retali-
ate? Well, 4of imirse, his recommenda-
tion in this rtspet will meet with the
scorn and 'ti midinnation it deserves, as

in Ih)u\l county. where he is wprhaps w. hardly think there isone member of
beht known, and as a asdefier of law a the Legislature so subservient ia to
flibuster. People who have livAd, and lift his voice against the hard working
do live in glaM. hot. es, should not throw body of newspaper men who have been
t(~ In' ...,. in the foremost ranks of those whoi

larekal Yes, 1 IIave FeId It at Last have raised Florida to her present pros.
Found what? Why, that Chamber. perous contdtion."
berliin'is Salve curs eczema and all. A Crlmai Att ack
manner of itching of the skin. I have
been ffllited for many years with skin on an inoffensive citizen is frequently
disease. I had to get up three or four made in that apparently useless little
times every night and wash with cold tpbe called the "appendix." It's gen-
water to allay the terrible itching, but rally the result of protracted constipa.
since using this salve in December, tim, following liver torpor. Dr. King's
1906. the itching has opped and has New Life Pill regulate the liver, p-
not troubled me.--E John T. Ond- vent appendicitis and establish regular
Icy, Rootvllle Pa. Fo sale by Tali. habits of the bowels. 2c at all g-
hasece Drug Ce. gtt.


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JOHN G. COLLINS, Proprleter.

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'I Ile vr orvia 1, I,-gi(;aturk- will convens
I. 2il- I
2Ft2 9I, 'rL 2~ 9~(
I ~ 2 I9li'2 I\,il nol~15(2 lxf I uoSdtv. 'Then we
4.'229i: \~ .1 12,21 :rl i4 (Ohel'olli- 2sn:.IL See wliitt wt.1190,i.jidl' keCity

L'9l~t i~.9' I '.' allt '191my W'ci'i- fRight youLI %v'o 2' i i.br'other; we are
I)'-f work of the ingse 1uia: vnd peculiar things

AnA I,(2,' 2j: ktiA 4 1 t2;'ick evry day iow,, h ut tnitmog the greatest

1, -. f .n,. p t,t-r '.r i n tot t develop) so f;tlr is M r. Brow hard's
1,.i lr,,,,t ,,l, ad i ju.tlv big! "weepin~,r, wailin and gnashing of
'ri piri -t, f e ,-s ,di ,uu.r.nt Ite ith"' lropo led 1', .iation. Have you
irtl 9 ]foot i t Ilrei s difr ti,?I fadll lhis m ne a ".k. t iroull' 'li carefully.,
fr..rn : ,,r i, ...: r, 1. H. Ililson. w no r a s e 'fully
(A!.1 i\, v.c lit IInr I, i I l.It of t'rshing it Whooping Cough.
out i alny Old h:aip, .,s long as it I hav'e utsetd ('halerlaiin's Cough
wa-' at cc'lte d "il paidl for and lie got R' 'tleedy'13' In ay family li cases of whoop-
th. monei in' couh, ti and want to tell you that it
Sis the best ml'dicine I have ever used.
;.trirtor Zimn, of ;St. Augitin",, is bhe- W. F. (;auston, PIos 'o, Ga. This remedy
in. prominenitttly Incntiotn.d asl a tp,:;-. is sa:te and sure For sale by Tallahas-
.ill' r lndidalte fo',r ('nlrlisIi ont ri of I s ee Drug Co. *
ai 1 i l litrt' in tih' |irirr;' n y ne4 xt year. .. '' t
Th, r, will b, cr:,t eye" open for the Insurance Scheme,
If we, mnfl:ak,' iot,. S ,?n.tor Ziml has the Sohool liook Trusmt Scheme, the
t.'nit.d that h'e would he a can ilidate i ispensary Schet,:i, or any other kind
against Mr.. Mclin, and we are of the of old schemes thtia may be looked for-
inion h sai may mean the building up of political
would endorse and support him for re-; n:hiries, so tht p-erhaps in greater
election .abundance may be furnished to the
Elitor W. Maylpoles, of ur 'h-,sn and faithful for political work
Editor W. t. Maypoles, f 'rthey will I,, expected to do to keep
Southlortn Ilonm, puts it thusly: "The some of the "masters of the people
moHt c'ons:oling part of an editor's life, in office.
since tl abolishment of the frec rail-, His Dear Old Nother.
road pi-;i:4rs, is in his being a fiH tirst-
road eMy dear oldi mother, who is now 83
clIus:..i"' .ireyrman printer. vears ol thrivs' on Electric Bitters,"
Ion \W. lHunt Hinrris ye-t'rdayv in- write( W., H. Brunson, of Dublin, Ga.
"Sh'e hlia taken thern for about two
troduIg, il ,n1 the Senate a bill a~kinn for ye"oar.s :ail nd rnjoy- ;ain excoilernt appetite,
an :aplitih 'riat ion tobuild a lock aunl danm t'e'.l- si.,trolt 11d :-9 ps well That's
.aro-,s ite licad of' the tcanil th:t flows thl "way E';l''-'ti Hi hitters affect the
out ol I ,,ke Okeechobeeintot he Cloo- 2j ag*id. and te llsanti hlapy results fol-
i, I ()kt te low in;ll (;'i s f f-nmale weakness
saliat iKh river. .The amount of the t ail) gtn.ir;'l dI,.t'i;liyV. Weak. puny chil-
appio stationn asked for was *2.>,o>iMl. idren,i, too. :r<,i 'r':itly strengthened by
\An ilropriation for this purpose is de- them. ( Gu arantc.ed also for stomach,
s in-rg. Along the banks of the ('- liver ankity robles. by all drug-
gists. 'IEt'
,loosaliatchie river is scnme of the most
fertile Ind and largest Ta llTfahx;sei. De mocrat reports
frtl :id and largest ,range groves that two State officials, Hons. B.- E.
in thi- State, but these groves have Melan and II. (lay Crawford, went
been tlixded on severaloccasionsduring fishing on the Wakulla river recently
the rainy season when Lake (keecho- and caught sixteen mullet with hook
e flowsw, and if a lock aland linlt, and the I)emocrat adds that
~bee ,,rolows. and if a lock and dam "it will be hard for even Editor Jordan
cross this canal will prevent these to accept this story without some mia-
overtllnws an appropriation is deserving givings" But he does accept it with-
anrl .should be made by the Legislature. out the slightest doubt, for it has not
We fobeen l ng since he reported a similar
We ar.- informed by parties who have incident at Punta Gorda. Itdependson
visit.dl the Caloosahatchie river that the kind of bait used. -PuntaGo
this lock and dam will not only prevent Herald That settles it, we took the
the ultimate devastation of the rich gCentlemen's word for the catch,.and
valley. but will increase the value of now we believe the voters of Flori d
. hut wll increase the value of are satisfied that both those gentle
property in the valley and add many know what kind of bait to ute foreitchi
hundred thousand dollars to the wealth ing even the Florida mullet. The baft
of the State in orange groves and truck used for catching the Wakulla mulet,
farms. The people in the Caloosa however, were the iregul w
worms, they were flahing wi f
hatchie valley want relief and want re- bream. Messrs. McLin ad Crawford
lief immediately, and they claim that are both good fishermen, as wal #A
the lock and dam proposition is the fthul State officials, and the Tge
quick and feocrat esteems and reaped lm
quickest and "fast manner in which both.

they can hope for relief from thesM
overflows. If a rich section of Florida
can be saved by suc a small appropria-
tion. then the people of thin valle
should be considered abwv anything or
any section by the Lgidature in mak-
ing approprist draf tb menlaa
for deserving sad b eW il prpesl.

Olt *f MSbI.
"Out ot sight out oft mad" Les Id
saying which applies with Mas
to a re, bumr or eand f'
tnrted with Baeklm's Arales
It's oat otf ghbt, out saIt
exit *pis* r p g a S
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Tallahassee, Friday, April 5, 1907.

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o place .chieh it'
ed thousand hsuil eountred. r y: i. ra out
r"tanrdincg rwspapenr Dth ._ at ot Apri 25th, 26th and 21it k

.ka Rus.,i, r,- censor taortn tbi oc bott Benet of Christ Charh Gid
wtt envy. me." The safee* lad mo6 rubble
On the whole the r(,vcrnor's meswag cough and cold cure ad lo and throat PERKINS OPERA HOUS.
a vey tame and mediocre prod- healer ever discover, Quarantled by
avery tame and mediocre prodfu |all druggists. 60se tl. Trilbottle Three Mbdnificent Plet w
on. It is pronourn,,,d in being oe free. 0 ThdrdayNight, A
nservative than hi pt plOblc rec Td hat Hon. T. A. Jemings, of Ptsm-. REPlNED VAUDlBVLL& ,
id given us the rit 'ft to hope. cola, will be the administrator, candl- Song, Sketehes Claricand tgt
He will now cl;a. in one respect date for Governor is ti assertito of y triaiedvocalitsanddramMlsea
lough with such g,,,vernors as Penny- the Orlando Democrat, M It offer Priday night, April WB, the comalic
cumstantial evidence to tlt eft.
acker; such .polit, rr,. as Platt, of But it is all in the nature of h eet. "THE MICADOft
ew York, and a- thr champion of evidence. --Short Talks, Times-Union. With a Star Cat. Elegant Coe
gag laws" and "'f ., muzzlers" a We have that editorial, but withhold DFo ghtfu, Sarktel .
re known in oliar, 'r,. when truth and reproduction of it until Hon. T. A. Jen- Fort pineplers; butiful womstge
publicity must e ..i ,;:trk. ninrgs is heard from on the subject. some men; bewildeHng enemle h of
We respectfully. t t +hat theGov- Why should the present administration grace and beauty.
nor's proposal is rlt 'nly without ex- have a candidate for Governor? Had T 1at vntn NErlh 4ti
UO in justice arni on .,r, not only in- not each of the present holders of poSi-ven Nort
irious to the hh. '. I.ji interests tions better be looking out for his own saturday Matinee, April 27 2 p.m.
the great majoiy, ,it that it would election. The Governor's Private Sec- ittDfi progr' am.S 1et
e entirely in-effic.". +.': no Florida retary, Miss Jefferson Bell, of the Songs. Come to any or all perform-
ry would render .. ',i'u.ct of guilty Comptroller's office, and a number of ances.
ider it, and it w iI r uncconititu- other department clerks, the Orlando A special coach will leave Tallhas-
olml. II)eirocrut, says gave him the informa. see on the 26th for Monticello to hear
ona Dem t, ss gave him the inform the "Micado," and return same eight.
Take an insttani. I, io;vernor as- tion. [Since the above was put in type Tickets for the performances, .0ta
rted during thL. I ,',,Anrpaign that lion. T. A. Jennigs is out in an inter- Reserved seats 25 cents ttra.
atements mrad !,* 'h Tirnes-Union view in Pensacola Journal defining him- Telegra h or write resorved4

ted by the desire :, il,'.-ive the peo- week J iorw
e iln a uimattc-rol' ; t 'ib. llic concern. The young man or lady who is so void The True Democrat gladly welcome
IheHo staturnetints l~:;. i. (' been upheld of principle, sense and rising as to the return among its valuable qt-
i, dc:risionis f the. .'i i,:ltd maintain- snarl up his or her lip when some re- changes of the Christal River News,
vtit. invest( i II ofhspectable gentleman or lady passes by
t inve.ti the rra- and speaks in a polite way, ought to and wishes Editor King the best suc-
i ad lraiti;i ... I' nr the field b allIshed from civilization. They cess of his life,
it if thl' law i, I: ,i, the (Govern- think they a;re the whole che'ee, when --
;, t i,,, ., , rnandlfll the Ilth i-., thiy art nothing but the. The Womenl's Easter edition df the
i h thin cIn: 1 v.rti ;ilinoulnds the clhei.se. (kcala Banner was an excellent news-
,W'll I, ,, nd that (ir S itli in lllortic. p..Per in every r,,.x p ct. The Banner
S, I : t i I, ri, I 1 nort w lr \ :tl,ot it, my brother, i,;:i. been a g.nl, atll-lound newspaper
fn. r .V'' y '' i r I:it, Ilr',nfortunatvly, for lo, these nim:ny yv tea however, and
S '' '. i'. : ; 1. t l '., j Jf st s hch'rharac- the v nc alerabl, edlitr', Frank Harris,has
i *, t:". l ;I .t- 1t'd I '+'-<; 1 + + t ;I L '' 'i''V. *%. t '-( 'ut '. IT eetn w ith it all t en w while. No news,.
I r. u , l,' l II w.Il. toi rt- ,Tr'tb r it ;paper in F'lorida ai.-s, .perhaps, done
, :,i.', "' ., . li* ,e li itt< ,i'tw tl. ;;, i , l. ,o news
t l ;, ; "* t' t.iu.r-, thinfl -, I ti it iore good Ifor tie St;ate
1 u,+ i' ;, ',i + .' ii. et I 2 W ho i .. .
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bust who e nhis deerts
SyI te verdict ra jsry or other
mesa that much more peril to
sord alimeurity to human life
t in this State. Every man
es igto the Juy box to do his
paat s a etisen to enforce the law and
SM t- the community, should take
i i two solemn truths along with
Sas the best friends he -can have to
ShelIp him do his duty. -Live Oak Dem-
"I shan beacandidateto succeed my-
self in the United States Senate," said
Senator Stephen R. Mallory, of Flor-
Sda to a Washington reporter.
For more than a year there has been
somd speculation as to whether the
SenUtor would again seek election to
the Senate, because of illness, which
last year incapacitated him from at-
tending to his duties at the capitol for
a part of the time, but since last au-
tumn the Senator's condition has so im-
proved that today he looks the picture
of health, and he has not missed a sin-
gle sesion of the Senate or of any com-
mittee of which he is a member since
the asemblisig of Congress. This dec-
laration, however, is the first that he
has made in regard to his candidacy.
"I now feel thoroughly able to em-
bark upon a vigorous campaign," con-
tinued the Senator, "and shall endeavor
S to peak in every county in the State.
IhaU stand upon the record thatI
have made during the ten years that I
have served the people of my State in
,. the Senate. That will be the issue, and
on it I believe the citizens of Florida
will return me for a third term."
Senator Mallory is considered one of
the ablest Seuators wh represents the
Southern States. His father, who bore
the same name, represented Florida in
the Senate in the fifties, and was after-
ward Secretary of the Navy of the
Confederate States. While his father
was in the Senate the present Senator
often acted as a page, and in that
capacity was associated with Arthur
Pue German and John M. Wilson. He
Afterward went to Georgetown Col-
lege. When he graduated he moved to
Pensacola, where he entered upon the
practice of the law.
S In 7UM he was elected a member of
Sthe lower house of the Florida Legisla-
ture, and since then has been almost
continuously in public life. The Senator
Sis democratic in his tastes, and is one
of the most popular men in Congress.
He has been persistent in his efforts to
further the interests of Florida, and at
present is seeking to secure a great
drydock at Pensacola. -Gainesville Sun.
* Discharge Notice.
months after the date of the firt publica-
tion bhera I will resent my Anal accounts to the
Ometr Judse of Lm County. Florida, and ap-
ply for m dieeharge a Adminitrator of the
rtasd of. W. Caraway.
Tallahasee-, lia.. Feb. 22. 1998. sn
S Mr. T. A. Good, the old piano tuner,
Swho lived around Tallahassee for quite
a long tme died suddenly of heart
failure at Bainbridge on Tuesdav even-
ing. ^ ^ ^_
Fr Sale.
Two beautiful lots at Panacea Springs,
mo adMdniu Mr. Hall's house. Ad-
drew r. LBeond, 179 High street,
Orange, N J. 5-tf
Do S nd help, if so you may get
some ul hints at the devotional
ting of the B. Y. P. U. every
FiyM ve., T.9. Come alasee.
0 19004 1 CW Taa-Pvens
yew w Oq -tty
', I aLt l av m *rr, _lIiiilu th City
-, baU rs M rd Jm fa t

Get ler the iy er.
Do your own adwvrtlief. Make it a
tody. Study the wants of your trade.
Whi you gt something they want let
t kow it. Do what you sayyou
will and a fortune Io your. Advertim
ing s a tud, nd if a man waits until
he has purchased a stock of gonds and
ets it placed on the aherlve, and then
thinks about talking to the people, a
schoolboy could predit is cavernous
failure. You cannot succeed on your
reputation as a good writer. You can-
not succeed on your reputation as a
good bookkeeper. You must have other
essentials, and the chief of these is to
be able to get near the buyer, and to
inspire that confidence which will in-
duce long-continued mutual good feel-
ing, to this end the newspaper is yours.
-Gainesville Sun.
Times-Union Short Talks says: "State
Superintendent of Education Holloway
in his biennial report makes a good
point against the Legislature when he
says: 'The section of the Constitution
of Florida which has reference to pub-
lic education says the Legislature shall,
provide for a uniform system of public
schools, and shall provide for their lib-
eral maintenance. Whatever may be
the intent of the law, it has not oper-
ated to effect the liberal maintenance
of the schools. The Constitution does
not say adequate or ample. It says
liberal, and liberal it shounid be.' His
remark that if the man who gets only
ten dollars a month is worth no more
then he has no business teaching is a
just one. It is not alone that the State
exploits the labor of teachers, who are
necessarily an educated class, most
shamefully, but it gives the helpless
children of the State a body of discour-
aged instructors to lead them through
the mazes of learning."

Much important business was trans-
acted at the city council meeting last
night, and a nice street sprinkler was
provided for and will soon be put in
Isn't it peculiar that even when a
woman earns a larger salary than her
brother or does better in business than
her husband, both husband and brother
will still persist in telling her how she
ought to do things in the business
world? And isn't it equally peculiar
that the woman always listens?-Wom-
an's National Daily.
Church Notices.
Trinity M. E. Church. South, I. S.
Patterson, Pastor. -Services Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7.00p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League, 3.00 p m. Senior Ep-
worth League. 4.00 p. m. Al' members
requested to attend The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
with us.
Presbyterian Church, Iev. Wm. H.
Ziegler, Pastor.-Regular service at 11
o'clock a. m. and at 8:00# o'clock p. m.,
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath school
at 9.45 a. tn..
First Baptist Church. Rev. J. B.
Pruitt, partor. Services: Sunday at 11
a. m. and 3:30 p. m.; Bible school, 9:45
a. m.; Junior Y. P. U.. 3:30 p. m.;
Senior B. Y. P. U., Friday at p. m.;
Prayer and Praise service Wednesday
at 7:30 p. m.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector. -Serviees:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
and 7.00 p.m. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m.
Christian Science.- Services are held
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing emtt of the postoffice. This room is
also used as aChristian Science reading
room, and is open daily except Sundays,
between the hours of 10 and o'clock
a. m. All ar cordially invited.
Firbt Class eItaurae.
The new restaurant up sttra over
Ceonel's storm, is now under nw man-
aemat, sad everything isof thebit,
aad the vry bt order and srrias
Ti When the itr eel
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t, q lity. Try them, you het toeadooh i iknbwr
], __ 1 1 40 VI11UTIa$TMIES INrTIN& CLAU
,.el e em and want

m )rc "of them. WE CARRY A FULL L.INL

Call and

see them.






Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00


thmt about fa* t e will ou-
wte o tIs, kim ffiw
eomi rat tio xr tion
oft A tS S M Awoo-
dewful = to Ms.
Dr. emas import or
oa te mier are stoken
and Mr. R a. mlteated in
the Ango s silc is a China i and
eebans w thich to aki Chri of
the work.
Tampa hold Mrtto intart for
Home a d good ls ad phoren-
pxoblemofC v isatl import. Thirty-
five diffemrt houmrme ane spoken.
The Womang' campaign Soein this
deploying i alr soue rated women at
Cuban w whih look to making Chri-
tians and good ollowin i thee oreian-
ers. MIsSUONaR.
iton County Verdict.
The conigrthath campaign in thia
district is fairly on lrd thing may be
expected to warm Op by degrees daily,
or weekly, now unt we get into one of
the warmest raresvter known in Flor-
ida. Read the following in the lWash-
ington County Verdict:o
S'Tis said that the coming campaign
between Hon. J. Walter Kehoe and
Hon. W. B. Lamar, in the second con-
gressional district of Florida, will be
the most interetin waired in Florida
politics for a lon time. Surely Wash-
of attention during the time the candi-
dates are on the stump. This county
stood third in the last general election
in number of votes polled, being sur-
npassed only by Escambia and Jackson
counties. Both gentlemen have hosts
of friends here and throughout the
county. It is hard to predict just how
the county will go on election day. The
congressman has been on the ticket be-
fore. and many will remember it when
they see it again. Mr. Kehoe has been
before the people constantly as State's
attorney in this circuit, and has won
the admiration and esteem of many by
his earnest and close application of his
attention to his duty as a public officer.
He has made no enemies even among
those whom he prosecuted in discharg-
ing his duty."
Pigs for Sale.
Six pairs full-bred Poland-China Pigs.
Parties desiring this stock should see
6-4t. 'lallahassee, Fla.

Veterinary Physician


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

Not take our word fA
but let us prove it to





IRA SANBORN, General Agent, CQ
Carrabelle, Fla.


to write for our literature'. yvt that minute may decide Yow PFture.

Youno Man! Young Woman! We make a SPECIALTY thoroughly:
qualifying you for puiitiols of hono
and high re.s ponsithility, ;a IH( )KKEEPERS, STENOGRAPHiERS, etc.
RIem.emrnl,r that ,e~ .ry dlay loIt in starting cuts off a day's salary in the end
D decide to entfr NoW\V 'fDAY Address

I Hu (EM BUSINESS COI.LEOU, Tallahassee, Fop.
I I Il

IWTnang MAemAs
CopvuewS ac.
Anvnne wsmlfa a aI.b h nedaWption w may
quirkiy mS44,ati otir III ,,fl w hte
I ORNW -1owPatonts
Sent fre& tiomt i~aunjaIf .

Scitifific Jmerk1ani
A havidenoaeiy lintrpit-' I wpmki7. iet, Mr.
c'Uia1ui of Wly 0 I ,j"urn, Torni. 6$3a
juOwifour et mlth.li i.ldb p wpdeaeiem
mrsaft in v w on. D.jr~Q. U

Cream Vermifuge



wM esminmM MI-ceftv v--u
Be4rdo-SBow Lll.meat Co.
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Undertaker and Funeral Director,
mm mm = a .


Day or Night.


Tallahassee, Fla.

Phone No. 4W




(Successor to A. T. Roin.s)

A1l Kinds of Fresh Meat&

guaranteed. Give me your orders.

Prompt deliv~.

RIAn up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when :Ord
Meats from my Stall.


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JOHN G. COLLINS, ?ub'Ishor.

PUBiLISUMll1L. .RY 111I0ll' MV'I,

The True Demorral t.(i, i' v 4,:-c iif I ;d
COrdial welcome to 'vir, Id' t,t I,'
ievi'lature, 54.!5ionI I IiI'. .I ,. i#z
sixty-days to:Ma inl 'J I1 IO-* ''' I)'Ii
ant to them, ;iid nruy t h#:y hal, ry- If
auaihnt'4!d with iAid irgiL:.. rin. w,-;t,

naster WeiM Among the CbIJdreu I
'I ;I: li);l *'r~ I.i tit t ',i(A have had a royal
t !, I i,' '. vii their various
r tArit -, spate of thel
i Ol." weather, which
r, ,'. 1 r O. c ut O aLLOOVe reports
1)j, j *, *.i otE iutl Mrs. H
~w' 4 her children's
tit K II t.t-~r egplhunt.
i. r r,, j "Ipropriste
1:' :1 jo-' al,&id 01 tie rcb
/jj /Jto the vo4Ot 1

. . . .. *ly-., wa'" tile I:'rinatUJt
personal friends amronv our (cit;z/., ,,(.. "...... of,, h ,,ry o|t keep well nrid enrjoy thern siMlve, t i;, I : Irr.:,hnnwrit wi.ie thi J, after
fullest mhea-ure.. Ti ri"'p;>. r v.,lI weh.h ganii'. wer, play Fon the, lawn
always gl;adly splck word of ,r -,,u.- i I t hIv : Hterlro wa a4 eant, and the
r ic, 10 iii-,, rut happy lit !' ones wnri home
agement l, our legilhtor,, .,. l ar l,, with t.h .lr sj l! s .
tainly will not withhold prorrpt corn. (, Weditendsy tiwrning the tny kin-
melndatior for .very good< w.ork whiri ii drva:rteners.; of l Hli school, carried on
they m;iy p rformr ; r u lit ill ri.th.r uw'Jr the auspice. of the Woman's
,w i( or ud ( lu,, had their usual l.;mtIetel bration
btKtow inl.,rrnti.te or undeserved at thel kindergarten ,oonm~ajp the Leon
pruisn, nor asmurnr, to irnstruict thearr la ,ot'-l Annex. T'hIe Irogrtlh was elab-
to their official duti's. orate arnd the performance of the little
You i4ar. hert. a lt he dlir-ct and at- onfr( demonstrated the conscientious
c d of yr work which han been bestowed upon
credite..d rprer.lltltiveH of your con- them by thuirte 4.-crsH. Dainty beds of
stitu rint in regard .u, all local matters, rnc, in which beautiful little white rab-
and al',o to represent the interests of bits ntood guard over wonderfulcolored
the pe'.ph. of the State at large in all K go, were found amonWAthe shrubbery
of I ,eron Park, and a dabty lunch was
matter afrect.ing the general public ,,rv in the rcma. :
welfare. In two-fold capacity an law- In tile afternoon Miss Cale Sweet-
makers, you are, or are presumed to ing entertained a numbk of children at
be, fully advised of your obligations, her father's home on S0th Calhoun St.
bed of yr o, A bubble contest was the main feature
and it would e rank pretumptiop on ,,f the occasion. Mies Ruby McLin wu
the part of any one outside of the ter- tha happy recipient of a beautiful cup
ritory which each one represents re- anid Isucer, the girl's first prize, and
spectively to undertake to instruct any Master Fredric Gorman received a
hlandsore silver scarf pin. The conso-
of you as to any loIal inmue, so it would lttomo prize of a happy hooligan bubble
be equally prcsumptuoun to advises" pip.' wIas awarded to Mils ,anet Ievy.
any one of you IH to your duty to Ihe .. -. ^- ^ .
people at large 'I'h c ronthly meeting of the Woman's
It should he the duty anld pleas ur o ('htlinL Tremperanlce1 Union will be
every goodl und Ihoughtful eatizron l o, 111 wl dy uftcrnon at 4 clock at
well as the State press to aid you ;1 t,,, M'l thodJl.4 church. Let all the mrnm-
legislatorm In every Ipoi,'ibhl way l I the .r; i' .**' pet t and keep up the Inter-
colle'tlon of firtns ,r in the licii aii-, in the uiion We have a very good
of doubtful rupointm, to the end thati t J' IIrber-hiip i,,w, Ilt1l there in no rea-
may lhe entitled t4i caution, intelligK-.iicu., wisdom and Hoi, snd wI.I t.1 Il.iil. ;.i l aidiuch henelit dlerivcl
judgment tupon el, very i' s I)pr for consideration ; but it would be ri- A 1.1 Ari'Iii, Scretary.
dikolously abhsrdI to undertake to "'ad
Viae" you that it is your "luty" to do
You are here to decide, each or your- I c U
slf and for the interests you represent, i
according to your Information and beKt
rodment, what your duty in, aud urbi-
tWry or dictatorial admonitionam touch
duty, fr 'm any nourc., is only in the Short )breath, fluttering,
very worst of bad taste, and would I'1
Impertinent and offensive, and tho-e to palpitalt iO, Hiking spllls
whom it should be addressed would be are symptonis of a weak
4mte justified in treating Nt expres- ar i
is with the silent contemr which heart, struggling to do its
would be deserved. Again,. f True,, work. It llst, keep'(c) the
Democrat extends each and of you in ciru ion to
s cordial welcome, with its t wihhc, blood in irculion to
for a healthful and pleas stay in Orry iiourishnlc lt to
old Tallahassee May the Jord t)les
you all and be with you ring your mnke flHesl, bone n11 1iH.S-
s *mion ... . l, andI In''r ov Ihei wornl-
College Wet".. ollt,. )artilIes. Whe' it
Vesper service will be he.l dn Sun emllli( dot t(I il i, il Iist
day afternoon, begiinnr at ., 'clock. il '
MNs Keipp, and Mim.. i r will pi'y l't l. l). l
organ and piilnoc seltcti i. M i,.- Ituch- ] lart ('ltl'e giv(s sil' hole and ctlher vocialit ts will tiiiin. and 1
the.. cri,,tr.r.i ,euadiriu nill I. I'r.,i- to Ill 11i(' i t lel'v s ;il

dtent Murlhrer
Misto (itirldiiil MiwVWillmint urild her
friend, Mi-.- M n.a Mionl., i" Silti i
A lt., ll, rai lri ,, i fro ,n I l It l
v sil tp S t A t .,o'li'*, t ;1 'l 11 i11 ,'I ,

T'h)t' i t ,lill n 1 1 ,if t I, I 11 .

be'r rei ail,'il III -lfii 1,
thi.e ict cmI \' o I it, I. i 1
theINe 'icllai 4'e a'In'


Molent, t II II (
wEhoeul of e'~i I
11nttorrtn!: /1(t:1tt1 11 'I
collfwe' elurlinl 1114I
court y silinrmicndo-i'iil'i I 1 i .
In t ei'lie- I I I 'l w l e1,111(m e'l I, 4 I
in the' ilI Ileg h111.
Urp. Mimphreec~c im li .r~ clll~r
to fti-e' 'p.iela Dl~elit FI,00it-1 oly \
aft tN' eIli ut'tI n he'iiiitii 1 ie:, 11 ire'i'ef 1 .-
be iiir mu? h it hh th le t-*'-i.'e I Iitf5 Maritil'i
16t h.
iss Luc'ile' l''l.niinahasmte*- tiitied h er'
~ dics arte',' ma rief visuit hisr, teliatvc-
(r ,r iii

F S'v niw i g It tf I *1
Thae hon ii Iv i i i' tl it, v mIwtwly

k".. ilurinr -a lim I 14 4' if I :' I
aftdent 1n.,11ll hi-, wta. uVT Y' I
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a' tii' ll etii l 4t11o ile'


( he ir II, sl II k
r I'v i t 1,l
P"~Y of Whituuteti Cream It 4 1':1(

i111sch'Is, uul11 in(_ -rvaisII lthe

I if a rt all ion.
Ill 1~111('f ~i'$ ll.~11(
'I i 'I i el,4 Iit Pay thatT ?. I 'l tn rni~rll

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f :4ili d. it S I t i tit,' I i If m
(.4 1 14 1 1 1 A li' l I 1"1 4
isme Nil i's I ,',4 %wits 14 t:

4 to If,, II I cI i I I f .dire, I
to 110 11%- it 1 4 W im If 1

1 "fi v!r.I' leant Cure i gjld by
.~n '11(1 ip-I who will niiarlintr'e thnit
~i to i-.I fte wil bri It atI fal

?ier vrnii oulijii your MoneY.
Milcs d0alC', o.,IIlkhartJnd


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C V. S't'.e

The rKid You Have AdhWa Puerkt ad which has been
in we for over 80 ye l kl borni the signature of
IA hr been made under his per-
sonal u mpvvltulou since Its inflacy.
4l4 a Wso one todecelve you In this.
All Counterfei, Iits mltntioMd rrJust-a-good" are but
Experiments t Iht trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Childre-Experience against Experiment.

Castorli is a harmless substitute tr Castor Oi0, Pare-
gorle, "Drops and Soothlng Syrupfs It is Pleasant. It
contains neltter Oplum, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishnes. It eures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assinllate the Pood, regulates the
Stomach and Iowelso giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Pana"oe-The Mother's Friend.

SBeam the Signature of

The Kind You Hae Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
Trn OcN.aum eeusM er wY uenevr r m. CWrwOIe orv.



Twelve (12) acres of the very choicest farm-
ing land in Leon County, Less than a quarter
of a mile of the City Limits; land is all clear-
ed, has twelve (12) fine Pecan trees on it,
just been fertilized, now being planted in
Tobacco, and is most admirably adapted to
raising all kinds of farm and garden pro-
ducts. The place is entirely enclosed with
Ilog Wire Fencing. Has good tenant house,
large barn and other out-houses, well, one-
horse wagon, and all necessary farming imple-
rents; the entire place, including everything
'lo, the extremely lovw ricc of,$2500.00.



Real Estate


& SON.


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C Ej

Yaeger Bethel Hardware Co.,

Oilmore & )avis Co.,

'I allahassee Hardware Co.

"ill close

their doors from

May I to Sept 1, except on



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Nov.& I VKW-A# w Se








Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.

Tallahassee, Florida.

Fancy Work Material a Specillty

Of he Spocid EBlo.
,ti on the thirtieth dy of alA. D.
1907. for Senator frm th 12th mattortla DtItra
of the State 'of Fiorid
We. H. Clay Crawford. Secretary of tateWi.
liam H. Ellis. Attorney-General, and AloUso C.
Croom. Comptroller, consttuting theb tateD B
of Canvasse, do certify that we m t qt the ooe
of the Seuretary of State. at the CApital, h the
City of Tallahaseea. on this, the third dayot
April. A. D. 1907. and organized a required by
law, and proceeded to canvass the returns of the
Special election held in Lafayette and Taylor
counties on the thirieth day of March. A. D. 190.
and that we have canvassed the returns of the
laid election from the aid counties, and wed*
hereby certify that as shown by the election re-
turns on file in the office of the Secretary of
State. the whole number of votes east in su
election for Senator from the 12th Senatorial Dit
i trict of the State of Florida, was one hundred
and ninety-nine (19P, of which number Eurene
.I. (ottrell received one hundred and ninety-nala
(1 I).
And we,. 1.. Clay Crawford. Secretary of State,
William II. Ellis. Attorney-General, and Alorno
C. (room. Comptroller, constituting said State
Hoard of Canvanxers, do determine and do hereby
declare as our determination the result of aiid
election to be that Eugene L. Cottrell was elected
Senator from the 12th Senatorial District of the
State of Florida.
Secretary of State,
An Ordinance
Amending Sections 1 and 5 of Chapter
XIV of the Laws and Ordinances of
the City of Tallahansee, Florida,
Adopted June 14, 1906.
Re it Ordainrd by Ithr (',Cy ('oiunl if the saud
('iy :

SECTION 1. That Section 1 ,f said Chapter XIV
be and the same is hereby amended o as to read
as follow :
SiLCrION 1. Each and every policeman of the
City of Tallahasee shall al)o be an Impounder,
and the Mayor shall Ie empowered to appoint an
Impoundilr with the consent and approval of the
City councill for the purpose of enforcing the
provi'ioin of this chapter That it shall be the
duty or i'ae'h and every Imlounder to look up and
impound any and all horse mules, bulls, cows.
calves,. giats. .lheip aHind hogs found going at
large, either with or without a driver or other at-
tecndalit r stalked. in the streets, and to keep
i'o san nf,'Iv inIoiulni'd until all penalties, cost,
chuaryi inid fx*'ipens, including advertising,
Atilill haivs Iw', iiaid. ,or until iliipoied of, as her.-
irnftr ;itpro.,l,'. 'The Inlipmn'.er hall be enU-
ltlrid tl, tl fr. f (in' dollarr hhrereinafter provided
,lr 'ach iitiminal Ik, nt up :inrl impounded, such
Sfi,. to. I iu'd v ,\'*1'i ownt'r of Riuch animal. or out
o' f i i Iri r,'i f t i ,- ii tithert.f niade In accord-
ni ;i l I Ii 1. !I i H I 'f this ('h pte I ap r, and iot

St e hitting any
h i- t. Aie ', ho or
? ;* r I.r it,. .I. r'. ith or with-
a i . , ; t hked,
. 1 4,," ,,' ,,. , l ] i i ,, \ ,r'i()n. l1c
tit, I ... :I I' M .. fd n ot
I.. t ri ' ,* .'It ,'liti];u .* J' Io ridi a.
.It 'I .., ,
A 1. INTII.llE .
I', ,i 'i (' ,'v i <,iiin cjl.
A* ..... \ 1 i *,. ik .
SM mayor.
If i),, :'.. ,,- 1, thin,. dieasied, hot or
S full f li .,r : ,, Ii.. ,r l.l poison, cancer,
i<'|,| | .|** .. :i' ,'.-, .,. ~-crofullih er'se na, itch-
.ri.-., rni- a. t.i Ii.. skliby, pimply skin,
inr.' in.ti., .;iitarh. trheumnatism. or any skin
i ".,. tai I ,,tat ni< IltlNHad lnlm ( B. B. .)
.'<.on : l i,'la, arit.hs and pain- stop and te'
,. i; I l.r. niti rich. DLru Rists or byx-
r'ii-. 'I ::. ,". isittl.. ..Samilr e r-., by writing
i l'...! i, ,, A ;l4i ta. G;a. H .i B. is Dp -.
,-i ul .i, ,.I *1,1., i, ii, ', ,'-1.p.ehit' I ra.4PP. as it
'. 4-.lyr
Proposals for City Certihcates.
S)il l's 'l, i' 1:1I.. 'EIVD Y THE CITY
S I . l,' 4 o t'i'allaha.-ee. FlorlWa.
Sl l, *I '' k, ri'. '.. I hitr.Mv. April lith. 19M ,
f i iii i, .. i :. lly' aMithiori.olt City Ceap
1 i rI toir Ipaying clectrt- llght
1I' i ,' .11 other fl, t ng indebted-
ii" '" ... r ,IiA;1;.i >..t Flirida and for
pI','i '. r ,i' *,, t- The total amount to be
nitl dollars; the ce~rtU
:',.'.,* ,*. i ,. I Il. I' .,.l Iof five yeJrs aid to
l ..: .; ,h- i7,,:, ',f aiy\ tier pr t pe A&
r.,,, ** '* ',:,'. ..: '. Th- I,;lli herein rnefane
,.1 :.' i I,! ~,levlo)t with the
it ri'ht it reject
C <4 si1I.L Ll
\1 ( y .; '! ity Co lL

Gvia rfluillj's NotiCe.
:!- IMake asbmlIsjtb he

LlaMI Sa adle Prtlsil.. mite.r. m e lin feeew I ,'
.%I I felltirig and pre-%istog husinru i_ mx I. "@ af nw tW %o rna.
n~is i:',yriett on in th' ,ul, -staitr* ptrt of NNi F iF. PRADIIAAW
the' ( olatasitine buihlin.C, nearly Ojpo ; tsl, vor key' t o Yoy f. hudalaw.
*ate the expross ottiCe. Also sample th.1. -
linea (,I line tailorinf "'lmatdto-maaure
vurmt-nts for men' on din Iay. Frrmh shipment of i...0er O&ILyt;,
ciNW. H mp just received at Balkcam"
1 We have for Sh Sevaid ral 5h
0a tO C* tf 7oI Stii -t Te DMV6 TUBalM

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W a d" ao
resist the h
Iwho will 4
tot of bank.


e of thee little im-
S is so arranged that
SIn the vest pocket
s~ped amay. We
p l inse to
Wr~d to you


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slt o

a s to ykno you can sa "e ao
save mey b houso, become the. 1I
Ad i-e t risMZ But aplaC l with ft
St ra tetreat n Dollar and upward.
UM otoebr.a
ve table bsowinr how f e accumulate in five ye"a
days i the year, at S im teat.

0. I. LLW3$. Vicsf-Pruii.

by 6ftg care
lo lksm by
t-pliods are
ompa eana ba-

Ain't d i Interest earned. s am't
WyW de- for r.................. ..--- ----.. 11.14...... .....
..t. pr t fr y-r-......... ......... ...--- --....... 2.-...--.....-..-. .28
fs or Y years------------------------------22.28-----
e ayfoar 5ymer----------------- -.. ---- --------- 27 .....-............... 4- 10
80ste fWS or 6 yers................. ................ 8.4t.................... B0t.W
S r for year................. ... ---......... 6...........--........ 888.20
100 0mr t for 6yearf .... ..1........... -- 111.40 ................... 1,81.40
The capital stock of the savings bak u $ 30,000.00 with individual deposits mounting to
Your business with us will be held trt' a rld-stiel.
Call and get one of these little baks e the supply lasts.

kPotkest eppeeC e)


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In eery district therear a few chil-
drub ho have never been controlled.
The ae the blt-ringer of the neigh-
bo od, they do petty neak-thieving,
ttinult every mo they feel will not
r iback, the hunt In packs and
otke l if mserable to somebody all the
but they are few in number.
Ike- dhildre should be cared for out of
the ou schools. They are the leper
Sthe lock, and their uncleanliness
sohldbe removed from any centers
where the disease i likely to contami-
nate the whole in body and pure in
mind.-Journal of Education.
Now we know that something good
can come out of Nazareth. The above
is t e as gospel and withal well said.
It is time that school men should
speak out upon this question. There
are children n every community to ad-
mit whom to the public school is a
9rm e against purity and innocence.
Let us say it out, for it is true; unless
such characters are excluded, the pub-
lic school becomes a public nursery for
vice and crime, a place where decent
people send their children to be infected
with moral disease and initiated into
tihe basat and most debasing forma.of
vis. Isolate the morally diseased, the
depraved, the degenerate, and give them
their own school it you can; but for the
sake of the clean, uncontaminated chil-
dren that come from carefully guarded
Christian homes, keep them out of the
publi schools at any hazard. Unless
ithois done, people who desire to see
their children grow up to clean and
wholesome manhood and womanhood
will becompelled to educate them at
home or in private schools. .
Better a child should not see the in-
side of a school house than that it should
be subjected month after month to the
contamination inseparable from ass6ci-
atio with such moral lepers as may be
fouod in every large public school.--
Florida School Exponent.
For Remt.
A comfortable 6-room cottage, with
kitchen and bath room within five
blocks of Leon Hotel. kent, $16 per
montbl Apply to
Mention The True Democrat.




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The Very Best evIce at a

Reasonable Price.

FRANK W. DUVAL, gr. and Prop.

Electric Lights a4d Power.

The City Electric Light Plant is prepared
to supply an unlimited number new cus-
tomers, and as the plant belongs the eiti-
zens of Tallahassee and must be sported by
the revenue from its business or fom taxes
levied on the property of every payer in
the city, it is to their interest to pat nize the
Electric Light Plant. Rates are r enable,
and the best of service will be giv It is
the purpose of the Managers .

To Put On Day jerviee

as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Pow r,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Farm, etc. W.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P.
O. BOX 472 .. .. .











. We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle

man's profit.

Our prices are right.

See us and be convinced.


City Electric Light Pla

Fine Cotton Seed! W. D. Pratorl
AT St PER BUSHEL Funera Director

Cotton from the above Seed
sold last year at 121 cents per
pound, the same day that other
cotton sold at 9* cents, grown
for C. E. Bradley.
For sale by

VanBrunt & Demilly.

Fee Sate.
At a low price to a quick buyer, one
of two lots; nfe location.,
5-2 W. D. WILSON.
Te eat,
Two fu mished rooms. Apply to Mrs.
W. G. Mer. 215 Virginia street. i-tf




em Dao@Wd NWM.

Th. I"

Ferilllbr, Frtltsers
Now is the time to send in your a-
ders for Fertilizer for
Sweet Potatoes,
Sugar Cane, and
S eetables of l0r4.
See R. A. Sam ,
January 22. 1907-48-tf -


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Seaht the Wreag Tthsml. Sast UaeMalameat
In a decision a few weeks ago, The Klwr i gave their Easter
Judge Emory Sper, in te Unn Entrs i~sHunt Wtdne-
States District Court at Augusta Ga., day mora t o k The inter-
held that the city of Va rosta hadM a e tSms a oll
perfect right to pass an ordinance pro- Mdorng ; Gm a e
hibiting the sale of whisky in its cor- -rr.. _a. loW ; Gm.ten Flyd 0tl,
stoo whiskyA o in it cor- Birdie; S ongka babrty Son G;Sonog
porate limits. The opinion was the re- DThe umi. ae, s
sult ot an application for injunction Hers's, atr on. e
brought by E. E. West and others of as o n hteo
tFlorda, which would have restrained SoT he o- tl tterfly Dri Las
she council of Valdosta from passing Th V sik uer i ,E Son
Pasn neetheea am follw' KInie and Foreks;
such an ordinance. After denounein Ssong Roe MotsSto-~ b Song, vo to
the liquor traffic in the strongest tkin SL R a ab; S G
of terms, Judge Speer said: S-eeP.
"i am a afraid that my leaned b ther The children have taken great inter-
S am souihtre wrongt my larnl edrothr isst in watch for the seeds and flow-
naa r re y p ero r c odeiveno on- Jers and catela m to awaken and have
partculr remedy. perceive no on- haied wh the butterflies and
s:ttutional rights in thselorii gen- 1 ,.,, o.,., kb'loo_ .
time giin them the rig i ht of la hea very little bud-d blossom that has
tlemen giving them the right of r helped to tell us of our joyous Easter.
itg here by virtue of their diversity of The room w te.stly decorated, Light
citbeenship, which will enable them to t.. tly .
w I vhire of tlei oberthe refreshment were served In the Leon
restrain the business of a municipal dark. The following children were in
government in this State. The mayor the circle
and council of the city of Valdosta have Katherine Myorg, Bessie Blackburn,
the right to regulate and grant licenses Louise Houtoun thileen Bell, ary
for the sale of liquor. The right t Lou Perkins. Eliszbth Byrd, Hlen
regulate and grant icienses pr eup- Evansein i Blackbunth Bd, elel
REvans iann Blackburn Annell Ball
poses the right to refuse them or to re- Katherine Byd eu a odisond
voke them L o ine Byrde Vera liay Adkinson,
"*I think it will be a most excellent Byui, nSfrei .Ch retire aEvelyn
thiig for the property of these gentle- S e Ruy Proctor Jame
men and for the property of everybody ,ir.sqe, Ruby Protor, JaH tl,
in Valdosta and in Lowndes County JoeDuval, Frank Evans, Henry Pal-
and for their moral status as well i mer Wilson Tramm ell Leon Gainey
the city council of Valdosta, or other Bert SauL, William arlker, F.dwa.r
city councils, would prohibit the sale of Dash Lnhof Marshall, and Everall
intoxication liquors, would stand stead- ,
fastly i at liquors, would and stead. In addition to the Kindergarten there
fastlyto that prohibition, and enforce ". . .. .
it rigorously by due process of law. I were many present to witness the x-
believe it would, and this will be the e..C. .
last court that I am aware of which ..Bill' in the Legislature, and he
will entertain an application of this
sort to interfere with this city govern- don't know what fur."
ment, or any other government, in any - ..
measure which may stop the traffic in Rest, Frmlshed or Unfurlshed.
intoxicating liquors. For these reasons . b e *..
the preliminary injunction and rule nisi ne of the est, best p
are refused. pleasantly located and most desirable
-'....... -- ,- houses in the city, preferably to one
WANTED--Summer boarders; restful, who would board owners in exchange
shady place; no mosquitoes; plenty for rent. Address Owner, Box 37,,
chickens, milk, eggs, vegetables; good Tallahassee, Fla. 5-tf
rooms; horses and vehicles. On main
line S. A. L. MRS. J. J. WILuE. SY iP WANTED I
5-3m Lloyd, Fla. I -SYRU WANT- D !
S- 500 barrels of Florida and Georgia
Dr. Geo. H. Gwynn's cottage, at Syrup. Must bk put up in good, sound,
"Rocklanding' Panacea Springs, Fla., new cypress barrels. Address, or call
for rent or for sale; furnislhedcom- at LiVY BROS,
plete. 4-tf Tallahassee






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eir, ti tl, yoiie i6irebst ;a asit
bor law at this ei-ssrlcn which will pre-
MItSSAG lltvent the gr'owih 'if this evil auirl ef-
-A. f f f -iimally c! '1e : ;Ie 'irin rIi .ll Ch sR


cIal ensIon. iti 7i I : I ;i '.I IJ It
4d the Slast floar'! (tr1I' ;l:1,, I '
aM ply Jli!, l1'( (Ii the' ;.(` iII t 'if tt!.
Who brolimh 1~ It ii~eo' ('I -it i.'-. III
sevor,.o1or7 I I- larxe. -i il 4jw W Ole
thef 'h a%,- occurrerld iin r*l.
eu mtt I)r(m b of t)I ). 1 1, -.- lir-
tng t jfr' past year. !-Ii i'.,
il ont~i rely unne'c-eimitity, ,mlf i I. -vt.'7.
ab i-, when proper Ir~i'itI!,i i *.s
jiutdo an to tI i- of > r.
who her of tiw, I ll'yt
or Othor Jocul i' ctnf I toi',,ii ;, 1 ; j a P '.- -
emsiary rmoeiasros 7,df toi i ripv
Such ('ft I e 'i ( Whi.flm m 'i fl, til- p I-r
V ent tfl titt- I- rle i '1.I'1 -t'Col.
Iokinrriot fr mdrio i ioi, it,,4.(
jurlddili ilth o%,#,r t-si t i 5-x 'i -r..e in

a1lh ca 4 14. cop ;' A t 11 IJ l I -, f iI'I 7j/,i
of ( i t$-ue Ii (f ifIAI1 !111tj Ii, i t ti'h I, i, e.; I i t if- I t
r1(pi t .' (I li, 4 1 1110,ii i7 ',ArI'-I a 44ti I i. htw si,tv

oeqfT'r lilitfi vlif,ru l iiol'tt' e ;io I40 Il?-
rtij Ii 'Iat(I i i'-;r 1 pJsi Iit-v, j i a) yIhi li.I I) u git
4fffd.rt''r lld 1; of-fil 1 1: ) 'a1) 1 1 1r I It I, j

411 or1 m iii 7?' I I 45 r'' #tiIPl, iof t1'' hf i f#.i%'in th
R It (77 4 if it I 4 f-Jr$M 7 it ,Iii ( 1 ift~p

e i t i : iih tr F i( i 7 I f1, 1i i ) III a p rigt
orI- 11( '.4 i-r'ti l!,) wJil f, lid, ( r th o ifl th
plar irm in 'i, f'7i :, tiiitii l~Iformo nh i

rWI If 0 'A it f!. OitlfMill k4'liil~l 104' J~ill) Mort

report Ed to i Isle piit-fi'r I I cal III ii it ther-
Won4' In o~rrder thait Hil-hfI'Lil, ft-

ed and It-uluwint i',ti known. 'ItIls
Should Aptily ifit ofly It Io I I tW ';1

pie of P oi-iti ;Iiii i fit .44-il. i this f'flff -
ne-i-cn I w ili 1to) callI I tl tim a :i 74ri-
tion minfdiirmr ulootijloiji ht s t.w 44,4

EC. Minnlk, ( itfNircow,o''-e I-. Vi tixaifo
toIA fill' SlutA 4II (lit i Itt l i h tv- 5' i B'Ye,-g r'
of hetailth. 1oil ii -f11.0 it 7 11 1 Il' 10111-
$kW an( I I(I I r Kfii'1- fit 'I IiN pullA 1-
Silt iiio tp- i-fflis 7 orDt li .i1- 11110 Jil II#
first or ititili-f tl at -ni l ff Ii, ytllu lliii
for t eiiii. twtfsit naft eit ,eliie tuil %%it),

g rs or nl al'.' s-, Il Ii P i[f(N twi ltio 1
has generwiiisiy fttf-wil hf, 4vwiiiti' 7if
the intwatsit, TED' sltimwi--' lii f
prollortIv pinovele'-il I11:4;I I I h i 4Hi f'11
throiight the Hourdit iltI I

th. experft-iti -itt a iIstt'l el'ift l 1it Iff)
detoremin lit.1 1. esi lltvy u I':" 1i
cabll ty of such jlt Iliowtilitop
Mtate Pardoaing8 d
No mot' refltykllf ori III01, '. 1 ittll fisl-
ties arm (otifi-tel tipti','
- ti vo I hiu l Ihn iiuf (' Iii e'tl0 v ".17il I tti-
Itato a dho od fc it -doss. \is
O I T' iieteii' c t iu et r '4:111r i '
ftr Mai VX I'h'eT'cIhttsjti'4. tolr
a power a e I tItnrlII Attich ;I a '17
arisen since' o n' -Icliloa wiii '
Shapiud wh ich wuld retitlithi. ii i ic-Iltc

ed In an an altltl If rIf Itf-i lv y fII.,-
pIo ted In the (' Ii:ll t i t it itW. t 111i
Vor wtinep Yv'flli-H the i'if III- I fi' ii t

stWti* on Ithettiirs .tilf .ir a will

lifennip Iilitancl-, rniw .1
:;,,f 5 s which limitelb; '-I l'it7'i- 7 c i
appeal cnel 1An1d 1 11 1 1-- I

by thrill W OV ? ll II If-, -1'.
Sreejilum ts fir ff' nt III I

btratoll o $11I. 1-1111111ij
ftsal csprislentid to i I, ,-
the*t ei u laor (.41111 i 1- I
diaty of' this llicta;d t titi, .
-*O( those facts Andt4.11, i -111 1 11wo .110-
tq realize jian'the'e o I aI ni It I-,
1010. le' AsP 'e'qulrobd 1) Ii 4'- s
*tateiaie'rit of lIl 1411 i'I mt

tusI ru i-iiii oI 1 ,1 (1 itwo I7)t -'Ii,-I
I the 1110t iegI.I 11a 54 I p:1.4il'
eConvicts and Prt,.ini 8ystervs.
v vate' wri ,ll iwojr ~'-ioiw tit7 or
eprisioz cior s is it prubleliimif, itiiany

od xf ltll 1:11 II- il v, ;l (h
hemre hist% li'- Ii 11(' 011 -% n i li dt4-
smliion *liMud sti \ I~ ihtcii ~ti
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Child L:iIjtr.
7~0 Kt-e- I t I44 1fif ,-
40 W 111it g t li~,III!I II I 11 i I
AlS d thouii O i:t -'.,!-Ihi I.

terprnlti.-s 'I1Il4- -.!;:liti '

esis *envh htieir i' ii I. its i
$Me that thl ei e-'.-li ok 1 ,: i ts li u
our plaEijte hOwlit sIn S lif. i;Ii l ''.

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(, li iln 111% \o l in i I, l, ii

ithani ha \ i'l s n ) i nllr
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Itt''.- )r47 x4.cioingr initoo i- 5.-it 1 I

,t.'iuld i'-l f !Ielit' ii i It, llie bLdic Untit ld
daltitipy Io blng jel$o il*vrrp lwpr 11

meet, I*

At An
his calkle to tlee
s 4 lmcertaJatel- w
rept nlato the Iaw.
Report called attaplol t
of tiiee, t endation In regard to sIaf
anges or smendmeunts as bhis expel,
ence hat demonstracel are needd.. I
would, therefore, commend to- your
t~hp,'clal attention hib report, which is
printed and before \ou.
State Auditor.
The value and us of this depart-
rri'nt to the Btate In w'rowlng, and the
work I b,-,ou f. ore ffdr.(f i,. BSuch legle-
l iri ati i Is is n odIrd d ',, aid the auditing
def~i;irtiii'rnt io mor<. 'altly and sys-
ti.ri' .:;rally pe.rrfIorlinK Its duiles
Sh:,li:,i 0e ,.rc''e d. .
Additions to Capitol Building.
'l iTh ri;,,!,l incr '4,.i< In Ithe btiiu ness
of th1- St:I: 4 *,', c r 'nili,c( iin nriiking a
3conl-i .r 1 '' '. ; ':n I ii ;i he lln rlacl of
you r l >. '' ('('in ia -,
ti', ? n lF i* S, i. pa-
Ilpe:. ,I ll i| ';ll l a l" il ', i e ' t, lI'i 1 11 t lional
ia r(-' f{ i 7 ,* I m ':' -ai tlon of
ftle Si.'l. i- Ir .' -' library,.
Immigr. t-n.

T'i h-" I 'll o ,r ir.i'r. alon to a
sl' I (i I 'l ii. 'Awlor-thy of your
r 'nri I--.' i ti i ua u Ion 'Ihins isa sub-
.!< 'I ;, I l Ihas l i'; rc:.'.lvlng m uch
In.i '-i'a:.;: ,in aunl ii, ic h consideration
thrir '. tl4 ii their 'i', anI' especially
in r 1:h ('arillna, lire a law cre-
anfrir I!.,' IlD partri'!m of Agriculture,
('C i>li I it a;il l iuniii. o;llion has been
o ulll hii '1, anrid I i:' acerompllshed
rn i<'i ln 7I4' way oif -I ''ring desirable
4f:, fnr i irn i'iilraii!-,, ,.'tlh as permsa-
rii' .i i;, ind i I iill,'d and other
la ,I I r,-ri :n i. l the careful
f I tli. |prt Il if lih South
('.ir *., I;,w'., r l i!id t '-!i; trni nt of a
i "' ir t t i i ni lif I t, ) to lo r i l:I 1.s.
I I,, i. \' > ;: i (:ltll,' ;i '- 1'.Iw llg i .v a con -
*-r' i.*L;! r '',m y i ll ilt,' ,r ;ull.l e! m money
It, I < -'l it l ill ', itiill. their
Ite ,, i. t ;ii i i; ..n for sct!l rs,
is . i ;s l id I6 ''" !in',-iIurl', and
lhi,'i h [ '.* p;I ,- .il o i1. hlo ly .
Tourists and -Sttlers.
lit <' ,. i tin n ,% '!i ,* e'rico rIII'.a -
til, i,i t1 il li i '. ll Iit ti iii i t i n it !ii ild

S I 7 i li f 'i I ilor th 'e stat
Si i i. n i r., r tourii

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n .- ' i t (' i i rle'\ ofi- indili-

i; 'i. ;, L (ncouir o l|i ltl.a

f[i il ..
Stite L fe Insurance.

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t ii i 'lit of Ithe I:i,;t
at r I.7 give-n niutch
I to Ilis sithJec-t an1ti
iiChl da: a anfid In-
lohi l isbje-ct of

iii,,vii me thiat the
'Ii. i,'5--1 to f-ithe'
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'45 0te ithis FiA'ls-
S II hy A I", II i t1!
heyi 1 7t1.%p Inl no

4 ).t1'iI :Ilur e', are

li:;til 'to te' l at
wi if toIl fI 1'' s'.' -
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- 1 iu'y ha'-\P in no

I *-,' (,i'.- I* -'ilell

1 i A it 'I .i tr

ii, i t Shops.

a- mtatutoe. IU -itim tho

*y to ay bucket '* -4 the
o d f a, biildtig l fre iM
O INal d sold lU1411d a a
ifaloipal. The eIshlatadr or (Oeov
gla, at the seesalo. of iNM, pased
6a act upon this tfr je, whlah, I
au Informed, has stoad the t-t 0O
hearts, and which should aBor aU-
eiataaee in framing a proper sad r-
tective law upon thl s bhect.
$pesal Eliottone.
The provisions of the law are at
elestle enough to fit the conditions
which may arise and call for speclal
eleetifos under its provisions. I
would recommend the passage of aa
aet providing that where a member of
the Legislature dies, resigns, or his
seat become vacant otherwise before
the season In the year following his
election, those electors who were en-
titled to vofe at the preceding gener-
al election for such member should be
Permitted to vote in a special election
to fill vacancy upon the same qualln-
cations that entitled them to vote at
the general election Just previous.
Re-Apportionment. I
The Constitution provides as fol-
lows: "Sec. 3. The Legislature that
shall meet A. I)., 1887, and those
that shall meet every 10 years there-
after, shall apportion the represen'ra-
tlon In the Senate, the whole num-
ber of Senators not to exceed 32 mem-
bers; and at the same time shall also
apportion the representation of 'the
House of Representatives, the.whole
number of Representatives not to ex-
ceed 6 members. The representation
In the House of Representatives shall
be apportioned among rhe several
counties as nearly as possible accord-
ing to population: Provided, each.
County shall havoc one Representative
at large In the HN s, of Representa-
tlves, and no county shall have more
than three Rleprseeniatlves." These
provisions require your action at this
County Commissioners.
No more responsible office exists in
the administra;lon of county affairs
than that of County Commissioner,
and the advancement and growth of
the various counties depends largely
i pon, the. fallihful and efficient admin-
ltr'atliol of the liln.InH of this office,
a;,l til hbest aid rnnot worthy citizen-
shilp should hu available for it. I
would, ther-iture, strongly urge that
y'i consider the advliabllity of nak.
inr ti e offllce of County Commlsiloner
a1 .,liilhl iill bionded office, graded
i) hi. :iassviese(tl valuation of the coun-
t. ai.- i s. lury to be sufficient to se-
(iir, t ini i i o the highest integrity at\d
;i,'i or' .llir counl tles In this posl-
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Race Problem.
I :i 'iiiiliiond a resolution nieniorirl-
i/, i. lii n congress s of the UTnIied
p '- to piirchase territory, either
iltii. c or foreign, and provide
i, i 11 to purchase the property of the
i.-,L.if,. at rteasonaffle prices, and to
tri,.ip r thrill to the territory pair-
(hli','l ly tie Unltled States. Tho
I'ninil Statet to organize a govern-
r'lenit ftr htiea of the negro race; to
pli'rt t7'nii from foreign invasion;
i(o prvi'V nil white people from living
;nii), 1g ttrh(in on the territory, and to
pric'\ t liie-groes from Inigrating back
to ti!' I niitel States. I believe this
to I4' :Ilie only hopie iof a toltlion of
thf : pr b)leli. More esqeclially
,lto I ,> i t. is it'4eoniie fnt loiin for the
!'.itni 4t f 'lie \lillt rIace'; 1i keep nweet
tli' :lvi s of hile white people; (to keep
Ithiir c(.,-l-iil inco keti : and cleans.
The Right of the Public to Correct
I information.
A( lurlit,' information furnished to
thfe pr,,'oI l good for the people.
ii;tlceiii: a or false Information is bad
for tli, pi,-oplte, as II may deceive
thtenim. n I in that way be of financial
benelt. ,or In some other way pr(flt-
:lil'. to t:ie persons furnishing or
(iit-i iialt;i' g situch false aid inacutr-
i inft'rtlionitlii. A newspaper piub.
ii'i:n, a. iirate Information to the
iuhlic Is :a gxod Institution. A news-
ipaif'r Iniblishiig inaccurate or false
Int'i niattloni to the public, Innocently,
i liii ha lfill: wilfully, Is poultively bad
and a tllinou-ie to the public welfare.
i ric'.nlnmrirnd that It be made a mis-
demeanolr for any person or persons
It, (':rirciitlte, through a news bureau,
or i;:wspiapler, any literature bearing
fas!v t lfin loation to the public, upon
ally pubil!l quietion, aad to make it a
miiilerir'si tr for any person to mall.
('loislvy print any mis-statement or
fa t '11(,ehoo :llaou any candidate, or
artiii any public omtial, which tends
to DIe4'Fr y the confidence of the peo-
ple in t'uw candidate or officer; and
that the publication or distrbuitlon, or
e*ihsr, .p miade PttlA qit. etieta

A". Jr.V4 N.1"
Georg oRddiek,HIrrW,
Willie Gray and anrry J.

I L Eugene 8. Mathews at
nl escort to the chair lbyU. H'
A. McWilliams, John W. W taaoW
Ed. L. Wartman, mid: "Mr._S 5
man, Fellow Members of the
Representatives: 1 am rofo
senibleof the compliment you
aid me, and from thl feulbue dt s
heart thankyoufor it. I tr it I
be given me to so perform de
the chair that I may still bv .
good will and confidence whom th do
ties upon which we -re now entering
shall have been completed."
The Governor's message wa re-
ceived, reading dimsp d with, la
motion of Mr. Knight of Citrl, was or-
derqd spread a the JotrnaL
On motion of Mr. Wilson, of Her-
nando, the nours for holding sesonsiof
the House were fixed at 10a. m. and 1
p. m, and after a short session the
House adjourned until10 a. m. Wednes- /
day, closing legislative business for the
first day.

The Governor's Message and other
matters consuming much of our space
this week, prevents publication of but '
first cays a proceedings. We will take
second day, however, and to end of
session will publish a good abstract of
all legislative proceedings.
Flower Party. .
The children of the Leon Graded and
High School will gives novel entertain-
ment Friday afternoon, April 12th, at
the Elk's Hall, 4 p. m. The firt part
of the afternoon will be a musioale ro-
gram, consisting of vocal and ntiru-
mental music, choruses, solos, peato
mimes and recitations. One of t
chief attractions will be a gueing
contest, the answer all being in low
era. Souvenirs will be presented to
the boy and girl guessing the most
A Soap Bubble Party will be given
for the amusement of the little folks.
All school children admitted for 15
cents, grown people 25 cents, including
refreshments. Home-made candy will
be on sale. The object of the enter,
tainment is to raise funds for the piano
which is very much needed in theschool
and should assure a large crowd.
The True Democrat of Tallahassee
announces a story of H. Clay Clawford
and B. E. McLin catching mullet with
a hook and line as something out of the
ordinary. They have been caught that
way to our editor's knowledge for 40
years, and the process can be witnessed
at every flood tide at the bridge at the
foot of Avenue D in Miami.-Jasper
Horses and Mules.
A fine lot of large horses and mules
now in stock for sale cheap. See me
before you make your purchase, as I
can make it to your advantage to do so.
5-tf at J. D. Cay's Stables.

For SaleI

Ten head of good heavy weight oxen.
Apply to PERKINS & MABRY. 1

of the intention o? the person or per-
sons so publishing r distributing aame.
I further recommend that a law be
eii;acted litithorizing the County 8olic-
itor or Slate Att)irney, in any county,
to file informltatlon, either ianthe Cir-
cu1t ('Court or the Criminal Court of
Record,< or if tlhe (CIrcrit Court is at that
tinm in osssion. bring to theattentlo
of the Grand Jury for investigation the
fact of the presence of any publish-
Ing or distributing agency publtshlin
or distributing any false or mis-lead.
ing literature, that they may be Ia*
vestiganterl and Indicted, or Infotra-
tlin flild, according to the law. We
take pery precaution to preserve free
from mnsinfornlatlon, or any lnflueAce
which will prevent a true and Jst
verdict, the juries in our courts.
Shall we not also take care that that
great jury. the people, to whose Tvr-
dic---publi ,opinion-all 'mut bor,
shall not be misinformed and decet.
ed by designing interests and ews
bureaus and newspapers controUl
and dlr tted by them for their ow
private and personal ends? I rwae-
mend that a statute be enacted mtk-
Ing public mendacity a alB- d1gAu
and punishing any newspaper wgiM g
or editor or publisher who d4elhaua.
ly and Intentionally write or tW@
dishes an article that is MtreS, il
making the public prlnUg-4I g 0M*
truth prima fadee evide e 4f I6 la*
demeanor. Respeotatlly e8m-0 I.
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Olf Paislatk, is
us county, to viet
.This is hisa&t visit ais

t .'s. wher you can al-
ot courteos treatment
t grade of goods at rew-
i twhe pleasant visitors at the
owa oee this week were
S onegran and P. A.
o f Kissdmmee.
n fa the world, carried by
who are the sole agents
beoaty's Board of County Com-
M met in session Tuesday and
t e t busmne of the month.
i~ proceedings will be published
i 'oa. Thoma J. Ap now
tands how it feels to b"'left out
eold."-Miial Metropolis. That's
Ia he takes it like the man he is.
r anytbhn in the latet and most
AMe rftyesof Neck-wearee Burns
h who make a specialty of those
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e will now await an echo from
m and Watson. They are in Tal-




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Latest Styles. Every Garment being
personally inspected before leaving the
factory insures perfect Workmanship
and an allround Satisfoctory Garment.

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X Mr. N. B. Forbes. of Wakulla, was
in the city Thursday, to attend the fu-
eral of his brother, and made us a Laws Not Enforced. Death of Mrs. Harley. "A Word to the Wise," The man who fights for a principle is
pleasant visit.. The following paragraphs we take Mrs. Mary Louija Harley, of Thomas- This is the title of the splendid pic- the fellow who puts up the hardest
'he next meeting of the Florida State from the Lakeland Sun, edited by Sen- ville, Ga., died, on Tuesdav evening, ture drawn by Charles Dana ibsn scrap.-- Woman's National Daily.
Heriultural Society will be held at St. ator Park Trammell: March 26, at 1S30 o'clock. after a short that will be given with next Si y's Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens-
Petrsbrg. Fla., commencing Tuesday, "Quite often we hear people abusing illness of eleven days. The immediate New York World. The "Gibson l" Balkeom's Drug Co. 6
May 14th, and continuing through the lawmakers of our country for not hav- cause was paretinia. is the principal figure in the pict Mr. Charlie Beard is making his old-
lth 16th and 17th. ing a law to regulate some particular The funeral took place on Thursday On each side is what Mr. Rooseve lt le Tallahassee friends a visit, all of
A telegram was received Thursday offense, when an a matter of fact the morning, March 28, from the Methodist would term a mollycoddle. There were vwom are delighted to have him with
from Birmingham, Ala., announcing fault lies with the person whose duty church, a large crowd of weeping mollycoddles before Mr. R. named their for a wnile again.
the death of Mr. George Cobb, brother it is to enforce the law instead of the friends and relatives following the re- them, but the were not popularly Ask Mr. Bags at the Balkcom Drug
of ur worthy townmen, Messrs. RW. man who makes the laws. While man mains to Laurel Hill cemetery known by that title. This picture, or know 6
and 8. Cobb. It came as a great police officers are faithful, we find The passing awayof this good woman art paper, ready for framing, ma desn- *
aheokto them, as he had not been sick some that only detect and bring before to the better land brings sorrow to the tined to make a great hit. Get the Tallahaeeeans are pleased that re!
ong, and they have the deepest sym. our courts the open violations of ouri hearts of all who knew her, and calls World from your newsdealer. .rts conlue to ome o them Cl
a of our people. the statutes. This kind of service falls far forth the tenderest sympathies for her .sym nd ay is still improving, and his
Phone No. 97. Bus & Co willtake short of the duty that a sheriff and his bereaved family. Especially will her The death of Ca t. John M. lender- friends rece that he will oon bewell
Smake elections and deliver deputies owe to the people, and often loss be felt in the Methodist church, of son removes a valued and esteemed again.
o r3, makle Ge tios s ca II. vr it as the cause of thelaws of the State which she was such a faithful and ac- citizen and a worthy public servant The Baptist pulpit will be filld Sun-
Spromptly. Gye them a cal being criticized. Let public sentiment tive member. Her death brings a sense The general feeling for him was more day mornil and evening by their new
No man may ever hope to know demand loyalty of its servants in all of personal grief to all who had come than esteem--it was afection. He was pastor, R. J. A. Pruitt, of Maryland,
everything, but every man may hope to departments of the government, and in contact with the serenity and beauty a man of many excellent qualities, no who, with' his family, will arrive i
kw something, and all of us should then we can expect a more faithful ol her Chrittian life. Blessed with a bad ones, and deserved all the kindness Tallahasse this week. Dr. Pruitt is an
ke more than we do. Woman's service of those occupying official sta- sweetly sympathetic nature, she took that was felt for him by his fellow citi- able mini r and a fine Southern gen-
National Daily. tons. a kindly laterest in her townspeople, zens. He was a good citizen in war, an tleman, our people will unite in ex-
There wil be a packy party in place "prior to the convening of the last she never hesitated to speak a personal industrious and stady citizen in peace. tending im a hearty welcome.
of 1i hunt in the Walker building cor- sess of the Legislatur the presa of word on behalf of her master. She was strong and faithful in his friend is, Money ed on all prescriptions.
ero reen Square, Saturday evening, the tte had as its popular theme the a ministering angel to many a sick bed, a man whom it may be truly sa- You get what your docto re
rm 4 to 6. Prices will be given for ect of the need of a vagany lw and when anyone was sick or in trouble "lie killed the bill. -'ampa Times. scribes. rest of everyth g.
the packiest boy and girl. ce cream The lawmakers conveed, assed a she went to their aid without waitingDont alkcom D .
and eake will be served. Admission 10 Th lawmakers convened, p ed a very or a summons.Don't
aood.w, but snce three hs b en vry For many years she has taught the for tomorrow what you can do today. Mr. II. H. Creary will spend the
tsA t c es om Jcksonvill the State towas en or- infant class in the Sunday school They If ou u off buying a bottle of Hal.- time during t Legislative session in
Report comes from Jacksonville to ing this statute and many o the towns all loved their teacher and will ever lard's Snow Linimnt, when that )pain I'lllnhasHe w the Senator. Sheha
"Uncle" Steve Melton to be present in lar yled roes, and some trifling whtle reverence her memory. Mrs. Hlarley 'come you won't have any; buy a ot. many Tallihas friends who are de-
TaUlaha" tee Metin th o b e present in lazy negroes, crta some trin wuh leaves five sons and two daughter to tie today. A positive cure' fon Rheuma- lightie to hav er among them.
Tallahassee during the session of the men, who are certainly vagrants under bless her memoryan to carr n her' tism, Burn Sin, ontr l .. Hrri d children are in the
Legislature.-Live Oak Democrat. the law and should be given a joh in noble work- m emry .a to carry on her tl, urn. autsl, rains '. nt t h ,r Harris dt ildren are in thet
But that report was all wrong, for some turlpentine camp or at some phos- noble work-M"y of alrs *lo HU. h '.no J. '. (n 'o;e, Ar'(te 'e !i". i it rit:i) rmaiin th the Senator durIn
"Uncle Steve" is here. right t side up phate mine. Here in progressive Flor- CJ Hw ardley aofVal t i. P. Norwrl ar;d ,Ark- tfors w te t 'ItI e C to the delight of the
with care, and hishosts of Talahassee 'da their is employment for any honest. Pierce and Harlsses of Win.n A. i- i Snow Iii iit. It ... Itn.s andadmittirs.
friends rejoice that he is again among industrious man, and Illiose who will not Irce nf mlss .l tra I, (rt n, h i ,." ,l li Io'a H rtn i at home with
us. should be forced to work, or elseo tIe bey T f l Tho vill l i t lr. me c' h h' 1 n .lri iftvi It is stated that Coriptroller Croom. carriedl bI, fre i the courts alndl snt n H.y T. "f elkt I' inst 1 ;.n Mr anti Mrs. Ben Herring,
That one. of ')) i. ,vlJetl', lw-tl,. NA,)- ,.' l ,iA invfrro s; verel|Ineon, ur-
Treasurer Knott and ( commissioner otf up for '" v ranc. I t the law be n- as nw .'fini- mnIcr ar hwit frv i wGavI l ) .:.' l her Iot1l' w.as called to at.
Agriculture MeLin, three Sntate offi- forced. causes sorrow in whhn 1 ole (nm ,it rstan tI ..... a, ,,, r. We hop that her "native
cials, will be candidatl-.4 for re-election aind is only allav, .v thv c'('tIn tv a t "of ne of .t' -' t : r'" may soitn prove beneflcial.
at next year's prinmariLs. N o bl'tt.' Ouarterly Neeting of the Confederate her soul'H welif.r IMatny a wl n '.I to ;,'t th, e' I.' I. '
men can be foiut ..l for the ,(f l,, e,) .n Z a t! t. wav for iLte .i ,, ', -,. f',1, 'Dr. and Mrs. Williar A. Manning, of
hold, and thv Herald hoi,.s thy w.v li Vetrerans. ir at r l'.lli i l ,n ,' ,, \, i< city, who have ilin pt IB altimore
n \nd-t ?wT4m., ti bc .l -re rvivl Iof ectin v, o.ti n,'wer.m'f th ir mnarri':ie irh Novemnber, are
run again and rl l...-t.t'l. I'ur,< "['ht.er,. s,.m.. tot I ., t ''.:, ri.viv:. f ,,f c hihlr e, ve, l 1t .II .',' ," w.' ,, .. ,. "*, ,'W "'ttrme at M rs lIT hards' ottrae-
Gorda Hera1,. ,1: th, ,-ir A ,., rn .,r n. < r", M Hr i n w? 01 *C 11 e* "I w Ht "t ome at Mrs ichards' attrac-
GC rda Herall. : t-it- A .,.* i, n r ', f,, Mi. tlarhI y, , t F'' , l ' ,, .. tiv' r, h nu,,, I. tr.1 l lreot, until
Mrs. Goorte 'T'r, act, om-a:mnii d )v ,,-r; V\ ,t,,, ,:,. andl I ,hi-, ,1u.ao rteilvy -tanet to th'. 1. 44 ,. ") 1,". ,, I ts
w ara ',r ;' ,, '1,,11, 1?,. M rs.
M r. Augustus l)i k..-.. lft .1,)i y Io- t* i;. 'hi'- t are' a''' ttttrti.. ar nd it s i, nl i h I, .'t.,. 11* ,' M tt' o t r l I n e i M rs. f
Mexico, Mrs. Tri., t; ,i h, yslI; A i hi, " t I vn.,st. t An Fpisco,,) l , r. It M:,t itsl' w velyra ciwis, of
and M r D)ick y wv..t, i6w ,,.- l. 'nt- (t- : ),'.i-i.'V r. t L w i t th,'v her mU l,.'n (! '"ii I,. t *, ''I h ;, :. ,, .M i l l( tL M';,lt, ., d very
-.t thir ;twi,| I)"4. fil,,+)e"11, L vwz) .:r;d I very
self and fri i s 1 ,,. ., n a r ,., r s 'vt e' t t l v wni-h i ,:r , n ,.i ,, I .,I ., ,, : l. from the eff.,-t, of il,..,- 's1. b ,. i "" ,. ,* w. h i h1 ,,; ,,,.n ,,Lord, it w.. i, *,,lv. " I v 1 ,, ,. v ; a .'oon ,%i t at i, tival is e childhood.
suffers so s.'ev,.rc i t, 'o Tallnh:..s .. ,, t ,!.; r,, :r .... o, a ni hl l a 1ght of .r ', I lt, I. A ., .,.. \ ; .... *I...l ,,m .. l r. A w m w i i. I, ,.l ,rded Dl r.
friends hope tui ,,,th ,Mr. 'Trit ,' ..?Id T.i" I.' ',; ,' 1 (', n- t )own, nt n, l u, ,,r ; \ l w- (.ib,, >... n bM i,. l at tih n.ol M r* M at 'in,. I I . ,ville M e-
M r. D ickey m.v r.liar:a h ), so)t much i') .t', T. II. r-. ,, ,.;,1 h dr4n, but a ) ,a ,v,4,,, .i I : I-I ,.I ... ,,.' ,l, t ., I i.|f s.,0 v..ie A ll t ,r-' oli,>' :.(l .
benefitted if not w ll Rc ol,,out its we* .,. i l n th t wh ilo c im) i i tr i in) 1' :; . '',. t e h- pres i.nt.
iaThe olefgiatrr fuo rot for'e it i r S ,'J <, 1 of t ir nrtm-I ('hrist-like charan T' ruly, m;, ,. Ii, ,. fl,-,'l It make is,' A St. L ucii l'. :v i n :inio
duty to the Universio. of Ilori( l a t ,h : r ,, i- 'i th'i'-rise up t calll\ t th v O i f a friend th, l' (mlat, , ,, a.r allt
the Florida Fernale i'oli.irt The Buck- k- at ~ ,, r i.o ther es is- -'(. 'i< wk, take, the deed for ,. r rt ': ( t n, ,' i. h, at
man bill was p,as.Jed, alslishiv n the nu- an e lrit:ur i < LETTER TO 7. B. BYtiHU L O. ,i h, wad. l,ve had wo mrnty and su,, ,l t -!,: na rellln f ~ 1 ,.t' \e ability. Irf
moerous institutions. in order that the a : lc;,,,in ho, or h 'f .'r newim,,1, Talh1,1, 0. 11 r nrk its bnimponsibl .,i as he n
State could properly provide for the ll with everything e n the
State could prop)erly.Itivwhorttat!r:w o t;lt il (" I,,,,,)) ;Ilmitt(.,l,, ,] w t e ,r 0
two, and every oll!ar vth.t can consist- wh. tI l1 tt Iar rs If .., Hould I:' ,r ,I ) 11 i I, .o -- ll ncomplit
entldbe spared should be iv n to thn si to I.-, A ,', i-' ti,, that petil.t,, I, lh;n ., ,. 1', Mr. M entlybe spared should Ia. 4 to thorbcs t thai lz! vs, he go
institutions. Pensacola lJourntl. I : and at. It i ,. I'':- ,yt-rinn church il rrI h .'l- .i ii rnn ri .. f il.. h:ti Mr. tl ng
1 Mr, I 1; G;,rn i f ii t o [ prett : ,: wo A a) n on' T h.1 v 6 1 V 1 : .I for with tht
They talk al<)lt l S ate in urance' ;ani try .- '* I ', t If. ;j p )' i oi' e Ii.h '. ,, '- tI o i ni1(i \. r i '. ext' '' . \ t e-tnsion
aum erous things fir th,' StatI to ak. t Ik : . , r, i hw Te i, 4 ... r ;., f : i, .i t ill I.e htiii i i ,,. .: : I i r ri;j w u
up. but we hope ol;r r,.-,''sr,ntat iv.es ;nd I, n 'ra ; w -1 : tl hb.- -- an :. i: : t if this
senators w ill nnt i. Il ;-anw into :iy 1 vic f !, r rr l- i, : t !. .- th, i.
such wildcat -ch(enec s in F;,lri(l: t. ILe't in nr, ii'- t Ht, r: r,., r' r l.lu'll ),r ; i. ') 1t .. 1 ' .. ,. .. t he- i ,iti.s.
the private citize4q rm n:,ner th.,-(e < for are it )ivail Ir'-. ,' t, It i- i , ),,i ,. i- '
the present and regulate him somewhat i; lm'.nt. w .r, -', : ily i tl: ';, br 1 l' .,..i ). a r- ..
so that he cannot tak the Iltund o:f i nj '.c:t o eitih-r Iv t .. ; ills l.v i l'."oiple hat,. t. , w... : ', ,ll ,.f i' , .'' . aSt CLiuSe
Ierh. It will Ie bhv far the wis'-st p l)n hn rnin'-a. .. . 1 o nt; atrl tr .h I ,, 1 t a .,l
--Lake Eastis Region n- s.I ~ .n ,r ,, v ', is ko ... r e dtlr , .,i .. t,.. ,,,.l ,, ,, ,,,,i , ,,. ,*, t t
W hatevermay l e saidof J. ff' ',v*.. Jld lik-l ,,o; i h r. .' ,. '. ,o. i ; I r i t ,n 'I, ', ,.,., \\ ,, ;t h
as a politician. *cert-'i. lv he d.s*- r ., ) ; .i il I I t ... l o, .. M ,,
the prize when it Comrne 4io ir, i '' ii '"" ''l .l r .i ., to
entertainer. IH is .,fr r . brud ; ,, . I, .
manner in curel an ir-: i'- t.. r., J. N. Forbi i ,'ad. t' I':l ' ' .. 1
'tion at Key W pst. in h.... ,: ,,f tr,. M . v. .
torns mrands him p ai a p ,; , ; . ,. ... .... ; ; ,
art, and the ho,. -,l'' I,,- f, :, : '
Jeff enjoys hineel "as rIte a- or ,
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Friday afternoon the park in front ,rf 'II e f'iu, .;el. t' .t :' r- .. ., ,
M rs ailm ore's re ( :'s:''a e r,.tefr .m tif 'l:. i:. re .n )n. i,, 1.:14. .. I f, '"
V 4al ee of neatly rm, h,'rdred I ,' i ;i,,4 ,,er- kr I'r.rt.r 'I t4. 1 i. \ ,
a vying with tnie an.in ther in their i<','; for the vario's. c,olored P.,g- tor #,f Trivity M F : ('hI r )i. .II, eied t ..
SBaster rabbit had left con- the ;nterment wa. ii, t (I:'nie-
:thegias and shrubbery. Two' tery. Wester
sad twenty-s.ven etorgwere! IDem.ased leave a wife kund three I wim! h'v< -;t nI .
ti season, ae mmeh ea- small children here and a host of rela- Tuesdays and Fri',i.:
p'" L +, tives n Wakula county. I Meats.

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It Is, indeed, something to be proud
of, to be able to succeed Hon. George
P. Raney in anything, he having proved
himself worthy and competent in every
single public position he has been called
to all, and we take pleasure in repro-
d~uie the following from the Jack-
onmlle Metropolis, with a few minor
The man who succeeds Geore P.
e In the State Senate from eon
Is both handsome and clever.
are few men in the State who
p ellasli, o 'He's a Jolly good fel-
lw," "would better apply to than John
Was Henderson, of Tallahassee, aays
th Pensacola Journal.
Mr. Henderson's father, the late John
A. Henderon, was for manyyears one
of most prominent men the pub-
HUce f ot Florida. He was a t law-.
ye, a master in the art of polities, and
a ;Iateoman of no small proportions.
Por years he wae the vice- et and
general counsel of the Florida Central
and Peninsular railroad, and when that
road was sold to the Seaboard, Colonel
Henderson was made general eounsel
for Florida of that system. Colonel
Henderson always took a prominent
Opat in politics, and was in the State
Senate during reconstruction days.
Daing Governor Bloxham's adminis-
traUon, in 1997, he was appointed United
States Senator, but was never allowed
to take his seat.
John Henderson ought to make a sue-
ceO of the game of politics. His grand*
father, the late George T. Ward. was
another prominent figure in Florida's
political life, and came very near being
elected Governor at the time Broome
was elected.
Mr. Henderson wai elected Mayor of
Tallahasnee two years ago by the fac-
tion there commonly known at the
opposition to the Myers-Raney combin-
ation, but last summer, when he was a
candidate for the Seinate, he opposed a
member of this particular faction, and,
npported by the ,Myers crowd, was
!1lly elected.
IThis paragraph in all wrong, for al'
citizens of TallahaMnse cunm together
on that ocssnion and elecrt.eld lone;John
W. Hendleron Mayor of 'T'allahss(o,
with no (oppol, in rianiiditIe, just as we
did the year before in ,elet ting lion. F
C. Gilmore ild thin year with qur wor-
thyMayor, Il'or, W M. Mlntosh., Jr.
There is now rio factional pti liti(. in
Ion county, tll having beeu con)-
pletely wiped out by the goAl work
that was donre during the lIast primary.
-Ed. T. I). 1 C
John Hendersoni wan (an to for
ftate'. Attorney in 19\2W agal eoe t
W. Walker, but wis de fea. Two
out of three times, though, eot a bad
record. His first defe-at a1 to have
helped him in the game, a the longer
he plays it the better I seems to
understand it. He has a hlilliant future
before him, and I predict t will not be
long before he will be f owing in the
step of his distinguish other Just
what his next move wil of course,
mo one knows but I be ve if he were
to make the fight he ld be the next
Attorney General of State, and a
splendid Attorney 0 rea he would
"'arked as Censpirator."
The True Democra pines that many
evil could be corretd by a strict en.-
fmemt of our vAgrant lawn This
.aed very forcibly to the
j L40_ 1W1~ c 1 has offten pre-
ldthis m (fti for (is',ase of
Ag, the op tunity to i'l tn halt
l ime in its lier stiag s t iid i a pro-
tmtlon to the homes aindl plrolperty
tlla1eed by those who live to exact .1
from the world, buti just now
llr lie in the su'gIstig When.
Seorr r those triinis iinld ei,;t',ris
at wil you (doi with them? To lock
Uam lpf a to burden industry with
their pport, and to ,et them work to
on the roands is to invite the coming
adiled government detectives with
i'pen rng-a- liner followerswlu might
ly dite Us all for pionage aund
rI and ht her unmentionable things.
Brother Collins in already
d as a conspirator? In these par.-
times one must be wise' Us 1 ser-
*tad ins expected to lick the dust
I the hadow of the flah falls on
mad. Tines-iTnion
ake no dlitference with us o) IOng
we can feel that we are crnnscien-
ously right, thcn we can afford to Ie!
*marked i.v ,lhi thing
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Notice of FIllag Plat.
rDepartnwnt of the Interior. United
1States Land Oflice, (iuinei ville. Flu..
SFeb. 27, 1907.
" Notice is hereby given that township
40 S.. R. 26 E,, has been surveyed ;
t the plat of survey will be filed in
it office at 9 o'clock a m. on the 10th
Y of April next, and that on and af-
-r such day we will be prepared to re-
ve application for the entry of lands
n HId township.
HENRY 8. CHrar. Register
nw4HIRLDe WAIRUIN, Receiver.
For SaleI

To head of good heavy weight
'AWly to PamKIN & MAnav.Y
Mention The True Democrat



We will this week commence the
manufacture of cement sidewalk blocks.
We will make only a first og@& block,
and they will be fully uarantd
by the manufacturers What it will
cost to make the above article, we will
let you know in the next IMu oof th
paper, at which time wewW st ate W
your walk will be worth put dowa.
These blocks, when ropWl
are the moat economical M li
walk, for they can be N
laid without injury to t
5-tf GILKoRs
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Comptroller Croom
Pasco, of Moticello,. i ror.
Juat when the Comp to the
business of nominating M is not
known, but we'll add of his
candidate to the list, -lfor the
"next man ap."--Penai ola 1I l.
Mr. Pauso may be all rigl and ms
one doubt be is a good man d would
All any ofte good, bat will .1. Croem
not have his hands full to .i his own
fences repaired. He s has some
work, for himself, to de.
*ereoaoef Cho0ta68
Some weeks ago w the Larch-
mont went down off k Rhode Island
coast with 182 people board, with
the captain making f shore in the.
first boat and leaving t~paaesen es to
perish, forty members the Salvation
Army asa "Jesus. l of My Soul,"
after which they knon the deck In
prayer. In the horrorf the brief mo-
ments that measured the time of the
disaster men fought with women and
children in order to escape by the few
means at hand, but these wearers of
the red ribbon, these "slum-workers,"
made no effort to escape they died
with song and prayer in their hearts
and upon their ffn. Their end was
mournfully adand pathetic, but it was
not as the eclipse of those who die
without hope. A skeptic, tome time,
somewhere, declared 'if that be reli-
gion I mnpt possess it." There was
more region in the death song of those
SulVAen Army people than in all the
sa we have ever heard or read.
Think aR. you may, say what you will,
'aomewher',r rnonrg tioae regions peo-
pled by the st;irn there. in a haven for
such hope, iand in our lno)r 'way that is
about as (leair as we can make it.
le.esburgK 'orrimrciail.
Saving Money to Barn.

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special -Rate *Leto.stooss09
0 IAppU4"inc 0 0


retdeat doth e United tate,-
1r-adalee* of Alexander Hal
who siaed the Declaration of lc i
p.ndeme says:,
"VIol Is a Godsend to old l
I am 7 pears old, but have a
appetit, sleep soundly, and feel o
Urs and well today, thanks to Vitol.
When I was young cod liver an was
dispensed In a greasy, uapalatable
term, and it fairly gagged me to 604
It down. Vinol is entirely dferest,
very palatable and noarishlan to li-
povershed blood. It Is the i naest
tonic and strength creator I emr used
to my life."
Viaol is a real cod liver prepare
t=on, from which the useless oil has
ben eliminated and tonicle a added.
Try Vitoln our guarsatea
TaDahaMS Drug Compmy.




Dr. M. Gouly PR.

Open Day and Night Rooms Nest and Clean.
with the Beat the market affords.

Table Supplied


MMes, 25 Cats.



Eat plenty and sleep sound,
Pay your bills and take in the town.


Confectioner Crocer



We have been experimenting with .. ,
government owrinershipl on the munici- *~(;7
pal scale in -larksonrville, anrd we :i re
isisured that every plant is gcrowinte.
fairly and saving money to burn. But l
where does their money go? The' rates EconI
oin wat er anti electricity might ju-t as
well be. arbitraryy" so far as we are: If ye
crucerried, for we find it imlrnp>msile to ,in,
learn wherein lies the iaisn for ticula- i mie i
tion. If it in our water that runs mur a
during to the sea, why rannot it be I a
us,'d to make the city beautiful in ('con- the
tribtitions to lawns and (flwerm? If it ''enc
in our electricity that junmp-< and goes I
dark often, but never bright as it
should be with intervals o)f darkness, BES
why not show us why, even if Florida
be not Mimsouri? And if the. experl-
ment be an unqualified suecss, why (
do taxes mount and mount Iby way of
showing that Jacksonville will soon (an
have a population of fifty thoiustnd? 15 co
Money judiciously and hotiestly ex-
pended on public improvements comes
back to the citizen. Who has received W illij
rebates? But if that money only make
contractors fat and is laying the foun-
dation for political advancement, how
are we the gainers? Of course an in- 40-tf Centr
vestigated and proved things before
only to exchange a gorged master for-
a hungry one, but itia adding insult to
injury to argue that municipal owner- *sf *
ship is agood thing and pile on taxes at,
the seome time. Good for what and for
whom? Temper the wind to the shorni YW ILL
lamb the citizen loses the wool that
clothes the other fellow. Short T'alks.
in '1imin--Union.

Help Wanted.
'Ten Bright, Intelligent Fami-
lies t<, learn to Work in Cotton
Mill. comfortablee home. good
wages. healthy surroundings.
good school facilities on grounds.
Only persons of good character
need al)pply.
Z. M. FLOYD, Supt.,
PELHAM, GA. l-5t

Wanted. at Once!
Competent and Reliable
Stenographer.' Steno-Book-
Keeper. Steady position to
right party with good con-
cern located in Tallahassee.
Young lady referred. Ap-
ply at once.
Tallahassee Waterworks Co.
For Bat.
Large. furnished front room for rent.
Modern conveniences. Apply No. 7
W. Clinton at. 48-t
Iremh so
I will have fresh oyters every day
until April lst. Order. from my ea-
tomers will receive prompt attention.
ftva M AYsM.

TA"Li !-J-1-31
!IAN, 1%'l()'%N' Sr7[


Fence I

,u intend to do Fenc-
it will p;ay you to see
i-fore pur asing.
n (;,neral Agent for
sale of the Economy
:e, and know it to be

Prompt Delivery.


Child Brbs. Building and Lumber Co,



T and


be built for less than
'nts a Rod.

am Roberts,
eville. - Florida.

D. Ferrell.


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

A portion of the public
patronage It solicited
and satisfaction guaran*



Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and special care
taken to please my pat-
rons. . .

Plumbing a Specialty.

pha and peelMeaseis fraloed. All &ads of b AliMto Olaa
a- aseatreed aoesodlag to t latest improved methods
MU Wesok-M etau rers of all kinda of rou g sad durese b a
ok-gt, stair o ilM. baladews, porch eohlEmasa, abrhoetA, matls
amq gable anrate sad turned ad sweroa weok f e p ey go
Jism kIek. ldme Mad Comast aO sale

M erdeewis recVeivro pt
to be amt dom Is eery partlow"s.
*so^mohm Md lmber la Rdm
P"O~es W.

attentlem. We g aesteo ew ag
Prices reasombla
Seaboard Air ULse, aa Me a f
P6 0, Da 46

Old, KemXer Livery Stables.


Under New Management.


30 per cent, of
A. R.
Repair your Boots and Shoes.

your Shoe Bil by having
First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Cleaning, Dyeinf and Pressing. First-Clas Workmen do this work. Your a 1
suit made new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makea Cloth.
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 3423 etoU StO. Tdehpom No. 215.

Preach Iaadva*c.

MAD~m M~nA vOww,
444 Loom HOOtl.

obbw b-
waOrtc3 & A3T aW

Tsh~a. P A. AyL

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Telephone 32.

QaO, We am"^


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to loe rt he
SIWwlHichsai two' puwasblicatIon
an nd fde er, ad aftr
d wee Halmi am well
.by an agied

on, which was Unan-
ad and rtwhich speaks for it-
One Richard Barry wrote
I tch was published in the
S ) number of the Cosemopol-
oe, and which said article
e argely reproducedinthe
or Even ournal of February
S which aid two publications
o~nthetood to be owned by one
U Randolph Hearst; and,
S ereas, The statements made by
e in d Barry were almost entirely
a, o nd particularly that portion
in it stated that the State of
eoidawas powerless to deal with al-
ratpd ipon ae conditions, and wherein
Wor stated that the people of Florida
aloned alleged slavery conditions;
Whereas, The Hon. Frank Clark, our
of tative in Congress from the
S Conressional District of Flor-
haon the ofth day of February, A. D.
nf, Introduced in the House of Repre-
d Clratives of the Congress of -the
pp ted States, a resolution calling
iuponm the Attorney General for a full
A d detailed statement as to the ex-
Spendture of the Department of Jua-
tliee of the United States in ferreting I
"ouUt and prosecuting alleged peonrge i
, cae in the State oi Florida, and alo
telling upon the Attorney G'nesail for
salformation as to the relattit, n which
Mrs. Quackenbos, who hadt )r n actl,
Sand prominent in ;l'g'd I *,nV:iV','ca.;.
bore to the DepartmLftut J, i.tme;
Whereas, The said ALtn. he.,' di-dr.ir
n of the United States in hLs l tIt-r t, iIt
Chairman of the Judicif.rr 'ovimittere-
of the House of Hepresent'ti,, -, I rn-
ted Con ress, e\aded the qf .itiGri-
propounded in the said r.si)ldition ; ;Uio,
Whereas, On the fourth dt.\ t)
March, A. D. B trr our wreirC.,thetivd
In Congress from thf -,Second Cl ',,;.,rr;-
sional District afstresaid, called ui'p his
said resolution, and delivered a t-ierch
thereon to the House of Represe.ntu
tives, in wnich lie defended the fair
name of our beloved State and I the in-
toegrity and honor of our people; there-
Be it resolved ly thie House of iRep-
resentatives :
First. That we condemn the said
Richard Barry for writing a!nd the said
William R. Hearst for publishing the
Infamous, false and libelous article re-
ferred to.
Second. That we deny that the State
fFlorida is either unable or unwilling
4t deal with any and all criminal often-
that-may be committed within the
Third. That we tinder to the Hun-
orable Frank ('lark. our able Repre-
aentative in Congress from the Second
SCongressional Diatrict of Florida, the
Thanks of this House of Representa-
tives for his fearless defense of the
honor of our fair State, and that we
condemn in unmeasured terms the ac-
tion of the said Barry and Hearst in
publishing to the world the said false,
malicious and defamatory libel.
A Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheu-
matic Pains.
I have been a very great sufferer
from the dreadful disease, rheumatism,
for a number (if years. I have tried
many medicines, but never geot much'
relief from any of them until two years
ago, when I bhouht a bottle if t'hnm-
berlain's Pain Il:tm. I found relief >e-
fore I had used all of t one bottle, lut
keptron applying it am:d soon felt lik. aa
different woman. Through my adl ice
many of my friends have tried it, an(Il
can tell you how wonderfully it hfs:,
worked.-Mrs. Sarah A. ('Cole, 110 S. i
New street, Dover, l)Del. ('hamberlhin'.
Pain Balm is a liniment The relief
from pain which it nffords is alone
worth many times its cost It makes
rest and sleep possible For sale by y
Tallahassee Drug Co *
Times-Union Short Talks: Col. T. J.
| rAppleyard's defeat for Secretary of
Lthe Senate in the caucus of Monday
Sight is as disappointing to his friends
-U it was unexpected. He has filled the
ttio aoklong and with so much ubil-
1ythat his renomination to the office
regarded by many as practically
_.tin. Charles A. Finley, who (w.s
jspa nto that office, had filled it for
evaral terms before Colonel Apple-i
jnl's first term. *He was also once a
"wspw editor in Lake City. Mr.
IJnfi, the eon of Gen. Jesse J. Fin-
t- Confederate veteran whose

Florida honors. It may lessen
M (Wof defeat to Colonel Apple-
, 9 that his successor is one
to hold the office, and a
In his own town.
"*., a" ae sUw e.
.A knowm Manitoba editor writes:
l b worker I nd Camber-
and Lver Tablet. In-
Atheka teaches of btiousmss
I d, t heir ba ePo

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The same Furniture for less MiAey.

If you value your hard earned DOllar

it will pay you to examine my stock

and get prices before

buying. I

have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs and Iron Beds.

New Furniture for Old.

a trial and be convinced.

Will exchange

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Pricm and Specifications Upon Request.
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of the very highest quality, of exqusite

design and workmansnip, comprising
chains, crosses, brooches, pins, pen-
S da.tnts. etc., all being articles of adorn-
u nt of the most chaste character.
Sespt-cinlly adapted for Easter wear, are
' now being shown at my store, where
'/' 1c your desires will be consulted in every
respect and the beat service rendered,
thereby saving you time and money.

J. IM. S.U.S

General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting"
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines


Have You Seen

Our Toasters?

You can toast four pieces of Bread, on
both sides, in two minutes. On sale at
the Gas Oflice, 30cts each. Let us s.emiI
You o(me now. -

Gas Company.

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I 111 mo4 lov -1-1ig ftu i ui att jtu i

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i)on't Have Your
Cart Work T)''CHEI)
At the Mill.
I build them under a
hundreds and build
more every (day.
For prices wrilt
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4,
Tallahassee. Florida.

Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
Subscribe to The True Democrat.

A Cup of White House or Blue Label
Moca and Java Coffee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
.one l.i,~,e .,, that only good grocers keeW
"* il colr. We, I:I.,e special pride im
.bra.iil-. ..s t-l,,y have made owf
ste.1iniiIs .Ju.Ist a ro(d as tile co-
fro, we tll are t hold, 'e,.4 throuigliot our entire stack.
W\', s.,1 n othilng lnt t0he best of food
prodi.1 ts those we havy, tested our
.kvl ,. n:Li 40 cAnn stand by them.
J W. Col .INS, Grocer.

Made' u lpff -TS., in (t eIm -!2 II .' i. "IaWS st
FiC'l 1.rte I e .I'.T. -xIIII( t#it' IeIe- kv I 4-e htxt 4.Ac howun
to I ie 'ee ('iieie'e'I ie.' IIt V.~ogi
thee eaj..eerteeents-et el aim. ei, thea
fu fgeIsla w 11 "I t cir h (4ein e,'' I.ei'ie.'eely
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AtIA-ts H.T. rRIasl,
(lark Circuit Court. IA-un (ouvity Yiouida.April
lent. IW7.

Application for Discharge as EaROM
Notice is hereby given that I will, on the U 4t"d
of 8ceptmanber. 100. Present my final &*counatsla^
Ezoeuirixi of the lart will and t~estamnt Of Haiti.
D. Harmt. deceased. to the Countj Jude* of lAMIM
county. Floridla. at Talaha&in-Fl U d. aed mW
ply for a dweabarite am such Executrix.
u. IL. HARTr.
Exeecutrix of last will and tesamenwft of Herib
D. Harmi deceased. 14
See John Lollins for Job Prinfting


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osquito Canopies,

Water Coolers,

Ice Cream Freezers.

D. R. Cox Furniture Company

&"6 Machines So

ember the Name, "STANDARD."

Our Agent Is Qolng to Call on You.

Supplies for Any Machine Kept
Always In Stock.




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