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: May 24, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00117
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bea t, ithfu, be cou
1 bland alive to eve
9 sard the betterme
Swe here realized fro
4 e difficulties that lie
Wbt we must be patio
th the hope that com
dvwotion to a cause that
Mt win. We must rememb
me as "wise as serpents am
I dove," not assuming a
t dos not belong to us, a
Mat Interfering with th

y every boar fm
o words, let w
ahe w way I
teodt our clb = Wl.
p orts ow much to be great
owe, and member. a|
Sthe ert of the committee
on the work, they have r4
to the demands made on there
J lay in their power
S hape t next year the Scho
ban pay the running expenses s
arten and relieve the con
of financial worries. It hi
had struggle at times to me
ts of the monthly expenses
verance of the committee
them saf* through and
t- d they feel repaid when they as
i5 the dear little children a
ier ten home and the
te alle more and more what sue
Sto thetown, it is an in
m I cannot pass th
bhU 'witot yilng that we wer
fortunate In securing th
Miss BDtaick. She has me
I aurement and has prove
u I5trfr adapted tthe*work, isn
nd xa mple of manhood.
I Ik. perhaps, .soher year i
h" be ltter to arrse our educa
matters a little deffrently an
a Committee on Education to su
"Iv the whole of the work. I offe
a a suggestion for the club's con
7Toem-n also that we give mrq
a" study to the State subjects
Shave several members who are m
Comlittees, and it i hard fo
k unless they got co-opera
to or advantage any way tk
i t f the times--know whial
Done lubdom. Forestry i
subject and I would app t
greatly, and we had an
month to take part in
onomic work. I trust wq
S General Federation work is only
"te work enlarged, and the Stat
sabMl be the home work enlarged
this way the benefits are wide-
e that we will continue our
to the "Bulletin and the
th dey will helo to keep u
the work of the women of
sad knowing what other.
will help as to know what
a e meot mortant ad de-

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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 190.'t


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ir w ea l ,;u ) an"o to young mi, fir ,nvariabiy rheumatism away. I have not hadany Mr. McWilliam, of t. Augusta
they retain moisture a ndr lestn . whed0theyo to such ph,'Is tfeny are trouble f roin that dipease for over three joined Senator McWillaims for a sh,,r
d ue d o ir money. Wt oen as mnths. Fr sle by Tallahassee
S take noisome matters from the to their robbing their employers of Druy(Co .. i... h. r
sraee soil andeonsume them as food -Imoney that they in turn are robbed of ,... Mrs. T. ,Itandolpix has returned
Stay deserve the cake that we would in these places of vice. I sincerely Mis HUizel Manaely left i fm a visit to her daughter. Mrs T'omr
r give to a faithful animal. But as a rule hpe that your city officers, and county morning for Tallahtasee to 2 te ier, of Jackaonville.
they eeive no care whatever. They oe alio. will exert themselves as! guet of her aunt, the The Epworth League held an inter-
are smlIted to their trunks so that you recommend to secure evidence 1,01 hotel. ee service at the Methodit church
,4 d air .sus tIt reach r all of a te violators of law, dow last Sunday nihe., consisting of che
- Wi wit ...- I ng thMf t'jutis '' musical skeletons and pddreift

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a Justice to AU-Specal PrIvl tto None.

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thFlork, stu' h ee the States as Th* Is -*
W .--- did Ger. P. Rewwll at ter a Ink. line is from a pliflh lid
W itMrs. W. B. Lamarm calledd to At- after the Jesoph JWe*alg *am
1 nWe e Ont l Puiring in lanta this week o atn of the w at 1 0a is iis0e:
bto the Gener, howev"rO atb thAtsshe

1 Irlaort, tI l have l into all guests of Mse Lela Jaos force om.- I it is true satles t.
I" wh tht oe f iaree bee that ..n ,ifre m.neemnt.week. n. to thfe satdato en a cber .
B aa t felt e to ee f tSb Miss Louise Horey, of Penandina out publicity, withe ft
or lastlft n meInu, and w *.i U true bills. Of "7 ^w, i^ in the city visiting her ouinw, Mr. out of r ing thel M ,d
aot l Cohd mittee ham heuwd fo lling whisk. for keeping" and Mrs. Phelps Warden WS..t competition, tie mol to'
tw o e presad the Kirmet tel -t hoEth te ld from oi T e RW M
w ia of or dov ad of witness A Peatty WedSa te m plead that the lo"wI
ed mebr, Mr. B. C. Lewls. rarel tbefore us, for Use wh iskeyti Marriage between Mr. Hugh Ortmi d osing of lasobte i Bh
We w etfw, attended the ou dnwt buI th,,se e and Miss uste epe was eased at priva sale. andt ei
It ar. iy oto e aof uwho haseot fIt to oit- d on l;t Wedne. pa S common honesty rtdhwE
t ow lat o Oi' me us felt g .._t teeu@skTeeping d a. b hlp- te te s pWed all
or hed wir of her ltatM hand b wrn ,w wse are id esWl..t Johnds Episcopal nhurc Dr. dety ton the pIre.
Scomd by her kindly advis. She *quite a number ble to t Carterofflating. an emp Phas thathe nlo ihome
Wt has left us herblSsing, and we wiS h try evece sfo file to i onMa The church was beautifullydeonted, ireist.
ot the harder to be what the wotud hahe iS.tooyi, and Miss Mary WhitfeMa St. John's When i tate lands are old to
re- us be and do what she would have s s.t.i of th.s w, gifted organist, played the wedd.i uale without ubli b or .,
at do. May our work prove a sweet in- dand we speoally nt our CO. march. prices far bew eir
s cee ts e to her memory thand city o ers dailigent tin The bride was attended by l her non re Dpeity c oW -t
ed In closing our work for 1906-07 we apprehdendg these pae~t, vice, and sin Misst Alice Ep a maid of honor, at a great profit, as is. .
ul cannot bube thankful that we have we also request te p as of the an two bridesmais Miss, Ale* to be the case, no further
to had this year together, that we have young men m this ety, to exert them- Whitehead and Ada awn, while Mr. graft is neceusary to o t the
r- had the privilege o sharin our oy selves to certain how their Archie Fenn acted as best man to the trators in the public .
ry and sorrows, our labor and our rere- boys are s e t Pins. We groom. Two lovely little floww irs be no law against I
N at t andwe ho that the tU tat request the is y and also waited upon the bride. Mfes b should none the lan be
m haring and servn, and that our live out these places that eout a menace o to nl. eo st men, -Tampa Times.
in are ade the tter for t he ideals we this comm ity, ae an effort t The young couple left on te noon COME DOWN TO BU WAY.
at se rising to hold for ourselves and evidence a or train or a c to Jakdionville, where The Tallahassee True Demo
es our clu. ties, who are keepiegrh a tplaceT where they are followed by the4 bet wishes of bee* telinabou The a met and
i>n Resu tful submitted tth bosV are bein p rlted, and produce the Truen Dlemccrat. bm" talking about e mhda aaNof
e a eA sHCKIORD this evidence to the pree authorities. w re M. business o the internal
d President Tallahassee Woman's Club. We have inspete county jait Cem-encement Exercises of Grade4 trustees--if the press bad been
u- May 9dthis y97. nd by rebm thawe And te ai pe ate eo hat
or hay the-___ andireo h ..n Te commh en cement exercises of the atold ers ibeen mh s h
heMadam Predent and Ladwie: .er te stp otheaoud mismir e Laon County Grae t ded an Hi hr Schooel s -tin Awh udn e thea
;- As Chairman of your Committee on conditions existing theew We find were held as previously Innounced. n True Democrat was ea
to FPorestry, allow me to present my very several cells with four isonern co Munro's opera house on the 17th, 18th committee of lave
e- mea re report. That it is not etfined in them, with ary rom for and 20th o thls month. The first two lot more than he had e nd
ot from lack ot interest our next year's them to turn around,, and as there were nights entertainments consisted of ju- Dubhaished his test 's
be work shall prove It is singur how several empty cells, we Ank it unnec- venue operettas. fancy drills and tab- hety forysu. If T
fn sene t many individuals are to the essay to crowd them itis way. leaux, in which the children of the there a h e as h.
7, value a tree. One most beautiful T yd *-ar fullfotsah 6 all Grammar School and Kindergarten hame i l-
Slive pe.b. where it was much es ar ebing rb androd ce toolhTrt.. u usual Ittle p b ee tan the n
.in ResM tM ysO;u.m t where slops are thrown eat of the win- attctede row, t ygivin t e a ,
r Wbec.Mf.o t hob the pavement could be dow, standiei nemr timhe al, arnd a ence w-as -ey much interested and answer e hai .
,o more seily laid. ah anss other centen- where a nug r of hs are i e t in pleased with pear performance. shomd bt e r it a
* Mmference, on one of our principal rof which should not be allowed. We sted of essays, recitation and music. Say the True Demeirst.
lt states was removed because-well, also have evidence a i at ,the jal has The successful contestant for the medal The chief point e of the wcSl, hi '
EcAVsBI! Our Club as a whole is in- bn on several occasions recently so for best declamation was Mr. Pdwin G. were, of co -s the esent 'able
e- terested in Forestry and has given ex- drunk that he was unable to atten to Chesisuy. Jr. He also was the fortunate soale of blic a at eee
. ^ Syi'n^ ^ 'haa v : d hat he wa unable to attend to .. som.t. epplsdtotimpr ov-:
P- reAsson to their teret n some his duties and we insist that the Con winner of the rie offered b Anna made wioetredaettennt E 'a
it ranches of it, in very forcible words tvCom ssioners take some action at Davis Chapter, H. D. C, for to beet or competition, and
- relative to the ruthless destruction of tLir next meets to remedy this on essay on Jefferson Davis. mediately by resalee by the fo ms,
I* our wayside shade trees and the disfig- dition n The night exercises were devoted to purchasers at enoneoi is.sat.
urement of our beautiful city trees by n that our County Clerk is very the Graduating Class, consisting of prices, thus evidenein their
ol unsightly commercial systems They ,ch in d^edofmoosfik^ Everett Lewis, Horace VanBrunt and tive character. In gl hIs 'ES
M have also tangibly expressed their in- the records ofthe coty, and rel Clinton Dwki. All three of the the editor thbthe T'sIfTeal
- terest in deeds, by devoting Boulevard that the present vault is too small, an young men conducted themselves with has always done in these eolu dl-
SPark (which is their own creation) to wouk not protect these records in cae dnty and modesty that did honor drained the making of charge fl
todothenmelveseatdtherownorrst eer I or dier gisngestyo h e of1
t our native trees. More than this, they of a fre, we recommend that the Coun to themselves and th r teachers. anor deliberate dishonaty on the a
s, have in the past year inaugurated a ty Commassioners have an annex sep-. A copy of the night program s given any of the trustees, bit
e system of tree planting for the whole rate from the main building built s belowThe beef in the racefsation.oUs- .o- Eoni3 ".,
I town, by whieh any one for the nomi- early as ticable for stori these There were five pines ontf.rtud rt power, watind of thiT e
e nal sum of 26cts. can have a tree plant-. N s ha .h.. .I. different thing, and thoe fortunate people and obstinateumsia
e ed where they choose, in the commu- nex wth the and r enough to win were the following: of the laws goverdg their
ity, the Club bearing all the expense. shelves for th e. w Master Everett Lewis, for standinG actions. Among other., herr
0 I think Madam F resident the most W-e also recommed that inasmuch as highest in his clals; Miss Helen Alford, case of the Bar sale at I0 Sem s
- important branch of Forestry is un- the fence around the county a will for highest general average Master acre that ef sales made bt,
e questionably the preservation of trees soon have to be repalredl, tt the Bernard Lun"ng for th most diligent T. William.s, and that of the more wre
4-and I wiv to e lr l the attention of CommiSa on . s o in the H e hoon and MaDte.r cent ale of Joes h Jni. .
o unty Commetionegt replace this elon-abyoet dM tbynoho
our Club to these in our puuhc cemete- fenc wi an in .fen, Ned Chesley, as above stated ces of secret andillleonslde'd sales of
t ry, which will soon be exterminated by h ie wth .aion sc.. -cienttly The Baccalaureate Address by Dr. public land to those who almost lme-
our maidtl s over itssohthat "he' pr isoner t-uh
n themitletoe in their branches if not i proven any prnr. m ge amuel M. Tucker was a mastery tely resold at h pries the ben-
a speedily relieved. This mistletoe has a be used to kep the a'. icl n and effort, and greatly enj oyed by all pre- fit of which shou have been seured
Considerable money values in large eitie ive them outdoor exenr, e in the interest of the State and people
t at thid ea son of the year, an- could 1 Wive h m1 Lordsto t The occasion was one lonfg to be re- by the trustees
- if judtesously handled be made to pay h a. e examined.e, th a ement n gmtered by the people of Tallahassee. This is lain talk and the answers
d all of the expenses of our Club for a t county court c o e expeni who feel ustly proud of he attain- should be st lain Delay will only
Year, besides paying for it own exter- a aof moneys for theI. ast earbanti mtents of our young people. breed suspiion- If men who staud so
r miation. We all subscribe to the sen- this as art, of this ,reo rt. Ih eRADUATING tXkms CIsaH- Rhi HnAM. high and enjoy such consideration at our
Stment ex in Woodman spare We beg to return our thank. to the Invocation, v W. H. Zeigler. hands have done wrong, we should
Sthat tre, b nut hnw hany o us ret le Hnorae court, and to 1>.. precut-. Muic. know It, a they i should betoldofit,
0 the sp oreett s, or nhow i1 ttor" ey, Mr. Ge. te "Walker, for The Orator of the New South, Horace nd thet soonr the shoue is fought out
-.much we are. Indebted t them for .our their kind consteatity ,fn this body, VanBrunt.
Selimate, our income, and even our life. and for the very valu.l. assistance oeur High School and Its Future. tnt there is no charges worsn than mis-
for t irees and lnt dom the re stW hy- cheerfully rendered us at all times Clint.on Dawkins. Music takes or misunderstanding of the law.
ore work of the world. he ox ge We also desire to thank our bailiff. Valedictorian Legend. E v e rett ad t s negct ofthe beginnigthat
! wol nbel.l us.edu p in .a fe yenar for his prompt attention ;.o his duties, lIewis. Mumic. l hssom into graft and make scandals .
wtoul e t us i.nu a ll ew years it and his kind consideratin, for the corn- I)elivery of .)iplomas, Prize and We commend the True Democrat and
b ere ng oi ang r rtof thi body.; all ,,f ich we res Me..als by o. ,eo rge B. P-rk. m- it editor. Now let us hear the other
carboni caci d gs arnd ater. by Pectfully l ubmi.t. Ci-.- (;. MY-Rs, Baccalaureate Addres, lIt.. .Samul ie. Times-UnionI 7th.
I the action of the un on the green- sA .. r o mn Tuck. -^ ^ -
* leaves of trees and plants. In union -----tt--m~a.r... ... ...- - The p sin tleh o City.
o there it strength," and the knowledge .t. ox, ( lerk. relief from Rlhematc Palns. *"A Palace by the 8ea." Such is the
e that this great work of Forestry is a "*I have suffered with rheumatism for next of the New York Sunday World's
National work, and will surely inspire R. lMAK. o Juo). i MhAIg.ST; TO TH uo~er two years," says Mr. Rolland Cur- i series of color pictures of the Jame'
Sus to active interest in this branch cf (,RAND JURY, AFTERK Tilt ;NNERAI. rne. a patrolman, of Key West, Fla. town ExpoAition at Norfolk. Artist
e our Club. PtgREMNTMET ..A. IsK'An. "Sometimes it settled in my knees and Biedermann has caught the fleeting at-
S Respectfully submitted by e mn the ard lamed me so I could hardly walk, at oth mosphere of this Southern scene and
M as. HOWARD GAMBLt Chairman, Gentlemenofthe rand.Jury lwant ertimes it would be in my feet and pictured it with nis brush. The Worki',
Forestry Committee, Woman's Club. to thank you for your faithful dmis hands no I was incapacitated for duty, pictures are accurate reproductions of
.AVE TH ..HAD TREE. charge of your duties, and I regret that One night when I ws in severe pain the above paintings. uy next Sun-
AE Tl hand. ...e. md e you were unable to r get ~cr tclent evi- and lame from it my wife went to the day's World and get a copy uf one or
S That shade trees are desirable ia dence to convict in the. whiskey and dru store here and coaf. e back with a; these pictures.
city, for esthetic and sanitary reason, gambling cases you ref'r t, ad sape bott of h lain I-'in Hlm. I -.". . .
is generally admitted; they alleviate cially the gambling cansd-. This I con- wa rubbed with it and found the pain Mre. J. J. Iugan. of Jackionville. i l
t n expres in "W the usul to bedah.pwortescritic' Lhat could as rubbed wtG it and rX U i the paMin rs. an J. lnj nsonsiaeratinvateour
t .t.hetf alder to be the worse cmrn. that could had inegary ,o W during. th.e night. I visiting relatives in the city
s treetareitecture, they furnish cool- mfet any community. It not only kept on uking it for a lit le more than Misses Mary and I.illa lewis left thi
. tIng ade. they absorb impurities in tte demoralize your community, but it s two weeks and found that it drove the week for an extended trip to Euro ut.
1. snuo we sr- intahti t tham fr tor iff~trppy Mr GeoW Woraor o thpN.



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4)WPM the dpds
w(m (o. 4s) ap l the
gewmy r d ohe- dhero .m I
, a, e noia n. a. the s o te o fg e t h in
ofamke. o a eleks and .h~p employee ofo
a*Bf B St r*.. each@ depart enets thee rspetive di-
-Em ties wlm he a lmnd mtion.M.herplo r aasm
S- to their resioation appear ma Seate
4r, V war, la*-. Joursil of May 18th, a-d provide some
W n ase&l vry phs of the mie t lnterestg mreadig of the
< em-it vsory cltilUsem dsrouw of learn
SIWb E- 1s ths -em Nwmeurev eb t le k howte opfis m nkey ae be.
Sof Loes Cear t espended in the payment of the ar
my of eterks and other emplces,
T Thb110111. ydb, 9 w should saind for a copy of this joeamel,
Sas welI as the Senate journal for May
n2st, eontaining muplementary respon-
se on the subject to senate resolution
i tor B. O. Bowden, of the Dade No. 0.
( ty Star, was among the law-makeri Time and space forbids an extended
S" b week and made as very pleasant review of all the respoases made to the
I1 hte .t r dl tu-two rteolations, and we can only at
Senastor Crill's geological measure this time take note of a single Imnstance
oha passed the Senate, it Is a most im- as illustrative of the subject.
t prt~nt measure, and should pas the The Comptroller consumes three pag-
S Hose and become a law. es of the journal inaclassified stae-
*Tlhe lwmay not make aman hon- ment of the several branches of work
art but it Is mighty apt to make him n his office and closes with a list of
wish he had been," If he monkeys too the employes (except janitors) showing
much with it in dishonest transactions. a salary list of twelve clerks, receiving
-^a total of $14,800 per annum, exclusive
Bartow Courier-Informant: "That of the Comptroller's salary. Six of
man is very poor who has lots of these are authorized in the "Tax oe-
ieyand a Ulttle brain; that man 1 demaptlon departmentt" a branch of the
very rch who has but a little money same erk by difnment which bring little or
and a capacious brain. no revenue to the state
The tte. Insurance Measure is set Not quite satisfied with the showing
for action by the Senate at 8:30 Mon. made under resolution No. 48 the Sen-
day afternoon. It to another of theae ate later adopted resolution No. 60,
eommisslon creating schemesfor politi. asking as to the employment of the
cal purposes, and should be killed so umne clerk by different departments,
completely that its resurection will with additional pay, the responses to
never be possible I which disclosed the fact that one of the
Editor GriffinC, of the Fort Myers Comptroller's clerks, at a salary of
Breeze, who has been at the capitol $1200 was also employed as a clerk to
since the beginning of the session of the the Pension Board at a salary of $W00
legislature writes his newspaper: "One additional; but did not disclose the fact
remarkable and highly commendable that the chief-clerk, as bank examiner,
feature oo the present legislature is the in addition to his salary of $1500, also
lack f' lntoxicants. The wrtter can receives fees for examining the State
truthully assert that he has not seen banks; nor did they disclose the employ-
pr heard of one member of the eisla ent or compensation of another clerk
who has been drinking or under the in- or stenographer, not named in the list,
fluence of whiskey. It is said that nor the fact that the chief-clerk is the
such a addition never before existed." son of the Comptroller, and the one re-
ferred to as receiving two salaries ag.
Morning un: 'The House adjourned gregating $1700 is the chief-clerk'a sis-
for five minutes and it was five minutes ter-in-law.
longer before the noise had efficiently Now, we do not accuse anybody of
subsided to make business in the House anything; we make no charges; we do
possible again. The cost of the inves- not even know whether all these em-
tiglaton was, say $25. The Legislature ployes honestly earn the amounts paid
costs the State 15M00 a day, anul it them or not. We simply caU attention
works about six hours a day; there you to the difficulty the senate encountered
are, figure for yourself." The result of in getting at the facts, and the omis.
Mr. Wartman, of Marion, figuring some sion of elements of information from
during his five minutes while the Le- the responses to the two resolutions
islature was taking in the sights of the which have a distinct bearing upon the
colored K of P. parade. matter which the Senate attempted to
It Ks never too late to right a wrong, investigate.
nIdt *eer Tru. ocrate ta r ke swgroe Later we hope to consider some of
and the True Democrat takes treeti the other responses to the Senate reso-
pleasure in commending Governor: lutions.
Browari for his action in reinstating S OWARD'S POLITICS.
Hon. Jumes W. Perkins, solicitorof the Govrnor Broward played some more
Criount.. Court of Record of Voluaie of his variety of Duval county politics
county, whom he removed from officethe tion of vetoin the New Char-
some month, ago on charges that did Amendment, which gave tin of
nth r Amendment, which gave citizens oft
not prove true uh>equent, ly in the! Jacksonville the right to elect their of-
courtb to the effect thut the solicitor rers by the People of that City. For
would not prosut ltionfrauds.years the Hon. Boards and Hon. J. M.
The governor's onrer reinstate. Mr. Burrs have kept themslvea, and their
Perkins immediately id th,' wr."9 18 henchmen in office, the people as a
mnow right d o far it 'a h w ln'- whole, and the City Council being pow.
sum erle. to make a change. Senator
Tallaha sseena are plea.M'i that Huckman and Repreeentatives Farris
President Roosvelt ha iued the l. and Melon, to their credit and honor,
lowing order: "It is hereby ordered, backed up a large majority of the best
to enable the Legislature of the State citizenship of Jacksonville, had passed
of Florida to comply with Section 2221, at thi sess an amendment to the
U. S. Revised Statues, that the aboli- Jacksonville Charter-giving the Fight
tton of the office of U. 8. Surveyor- to elect the Board of Bond Trustees by
General of Florida be and the same is vote of the peole, and the Barrs
hereby postponed to June 30, 190'"ls a o f he pe, d h.e B arra-
syt^ ^ sal of olttelns w h k t t

This secures to Hon. C. H. Parlin, our e I IFoRr ersWmmedlately
popular Surveyor-Genral. acontinu-r years immediately
an in hisur official position.rl, continue began to howl fraud, double dealing,
Democrat admire and respects an hon. that faith had been broke n- poking
et. manly Republian, rejoices that all manner of abuse against Msrs.
Buck mn.a Farris and Melon, whom it
Mr. Parlin is to remain in Tallahasse, Moms to us Floridians away from Jack-
even if he is a True Republican. vtlle, shoul be commended to the
"'(oMsitancy thou art a Jewell." but highest. and the worst to relate, polti-
there can be very little of It found in elan Napoleon Banapart Broward went
Florida's present chief magistrate, to the rescue SO his kind of politicians
Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, and thecears, and has by his act taken
for in recent months has he not cried from his own people the right to vote
out loud and long about "the people's as to who shall hold importantoffices,
rights." and that the people should and which means that the Jacksonville
govern themselves and rule, even charg- Bond Trustee. ad Mr. Bars can go
ing all who differed with him on men on, a of your, electing themselves to
and inessares, as being ownse. con- office. Mr. Broward ean always b de-
trolled, etc., in his mighty efforts to, ponded upon to play ftwny politics.
pose as a good champion of the com- i Jacksonville's repreentatyves have
mon people. Now behold him, if you done their duty, so let Jackasoville go
please in the night that is in his hands, ahead and give hem that "roesing re-
by vto, taking that right from the ception" tomorrow night when they
cities m of hib own home city, the right visit home, regardless of Mr. Broward's
to elect their own officials, and in that action and let It be the "warnest nd
aet 1 rWwiwwg tothe wids his greatplea heartbeat ever shewn tf heW o to
homeem aadng"of that
AjJtt^ _-. .- . t ; "je.r ..

~y~drepudiaoer of hp wo to
I* We newspaper ON 4- w w
d bte orsmt .
ans"" tam he sam~oun..
sinNw.rwFoidion re

BM Flo 1 .a .

late in the session, an dft t11 01f
ply a- impossibility to "bri
e ." Two pending bill s l
orders for this week-Eu
State life insurance-will nm
much of the remaining time. a m oe
than ene member is dooed to ea
some of his pet schemes die pao the
One of the greatest mitak people
make in reference to matters
is in not acquainting tV R.1 and1 1
Representatives as to what they w.Od
lIke enacted into law earli lr e se -
slon. Take, for intad, Alaahm
county. Several appe0s hen
ceived during the past week tnef
by the passage of bills where the
facts in the case should ave beal ade
known to the Senator and members of
the House early in the sesioa This
class of legislation Is hard to get
through at any time, and ise per'
mited to be "railroaded"
when money is to come out of th te
It would seem that the tate should
be as honest with its eitisee a tbe
commonwealth requires the people to
be in dealing with each other, bt t
is not the idea of a majority of the
Committee on Claims. The State sold
an individual a tax certlicate on a er-
tain piece of land in AleJlm county
upon which it was afterwards found
the taxes had been paid and the certif-
cate should have been cancelled. If
such a transaction had occurred be-
tween individuals the injured party
could have obtained redress throh the
law, but the State cannot be osed, so a
bill for relief is introduced. The Com.
mittee on Claim., however, promptly
recommend that the said bill "do not
pass," claiming that the purchaser
should have known what he was buying
before he paid for it. So the State
takes $24.16 of a poor man's money and
fives him a worthless piece of paper
for it.
This newspaper has time and again
called, attention to the most unenviable
position we Floridians are placed in, by
the repudiation of honest contracts and
debts The great injustice done in re-
fusing to settle with Colonel S. I.
Wailes, of at least allowing him and
others to go before the courts and
proving the justiceof the claims. Such
acts will not rub out, be forgotten, or
forget themselves, and until the right
thing is done must rest on and against
Floridians, collectively, for every living
one of us pro rata are REPUDIATORS
until these matters are settled honor-
ably and fairly. Colonel Wailes has
given the bet years of his life and
about $50,000 of his money in turning
into Florida's Treasury about $1,000,000
Indian Wa Claims due the State, and
up to this time has not been paid the
15 per cent. commission which was
agreed sheaM be paid him. He did his
work suesesafully, faithfully and ac-
ceptably. The State got its cash'and
Colonel W~iles gets nothing and Flor-
ida is diyse ed.
Talk abut Barry and Hearst, and
later George P. Rowell, slandering the
fair name of Florida, almost every
newspaper has had something to say
about it, too, but could we be disgraced
more than we are now as repudiators
of honest debts. The State cannot be
sued. when dishonest in such matters,
but it caa TAU $24. 16 of a POOR MAN'S
MONEY, all the same.
Much more oould be written on the
subject, ware it necessary, hut 'tis not,
just beat t milad, will you, that such
men as Banry and Rowell are not the
only ones tt are placing Florida in
unfair poditm. for we are repudiators
of honest
The Oe-k tar on this subject:

Colonel Walae earned his money and
the state hundred of thoasands,
when it e onlr have reseved a

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The same Furniture for less Money.
If you value your hard earned Dollar
it will pay you to examine my stock

and get prices before

buying. 1 I

have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs and Iron Beds.

Will exchange

New Furniture for Old.' Give me

a trial and be convinced.


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General Builders and. Contractor
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the coun
solicited and satisfaction in all I
guaranteed. j

Health is
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On. Who K"6wW
J. G.eott, Salt Lake Cit, Stah. writes *1
the oi auterfumtiem..asbyS
sad xpo to the weather 5r. I oe
l 's Hohboumd orr p for s*ughi ai *
"Me dtog"t"er defy alw pJ.
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A wholesome

bakig powder.

ibtest, bemt fla

briad., cake and

Alum and
powders are in
use them. Ex

Nov* aIu" Fo

l H sAl a O*- to the Public pea.
RAml--.$ adiM_ Serve Fromr
l nelats, c
The Seaboard Air Line Railway an.
0r606ees low excursion rates from all
Florida points, one cent per mile to
Atehsmond, Va., and return account of
Sthe United Confederate Veterans Re-
usas tickets on sale May 26, 27, 28,
The Seaboard operates double daily
service from Tampa, Jacksonville and
other Florida points. Extra through
Pullman sleepers and day coaches have
been arranged, .so all may be made
In order to allow their patrons to
visit the Jamestown Exposition, the
Seaboard will honor return portion of
Richmond tickets from Portsmouth.
The total round trip rates from some
of the important points in Florida are
as follows: Jacksonville, $13.75; Lake
S City, 18.75; Live Oak, $13.76; Madi-
K son, $14.00 ; Monticello, $14.65; Talla-
haieee, $15.45; Gainesville, $15.15,
Ocala, $15.75; Leesburg, $16.55; Tava-
r $16.70; Apopka, 16.70; Orlando,
1.70; Dade City, $17.05 ; Plant City,
K 17.55; Tampa, $17.55; Manatee,
S $1.50; Palmetto, $18.50; Bradentown,
S 18.0; .Sarasota, $18.70.
While these rates are announced for
the Confederate Veterans they are
open to the public.
S The Seaboard has issued a very at-
tractive and expensive folder devoted
entirely to this occasion. Copies of this
folder and other information can be ob-
tained on application to any Seaboard
agent or to S. C. Boylston. Jr.. assist-
ant general passenger agent, Jackson-
ville, Fla.
Cared of Rheumatism.
Mr. Wm. Henry, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm.
"The strength seemed to have gone
out of the muscles, so that it was use-
less for work," he says. "I applied
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and wrapped
the arm in flannel at night, and to my
relief I found that the pain gradually
left me aud the strength returned. In
three weeks the rheumatism had disap-
Speared and has not since returned." If
troubled with rheumatism try a few ap-
S plications of Pain Balm. You are cer-
Sain to be pleased with the relief which
it affords. For sale by Tallahassee
Drug Co._ *
Card Fromea ,NMajer St. Clair Abrams.
[Times-Union, May 15, 1907.]
Editor Times-Union-The evening pa-
per of this city in flaring headlines on
yesterday afternoon stated that my son
had pleaded guilty to the charge of li-
bel. This is not true as, under no cir-
eumstances, would he have pleaded
guilty to the charge. It is due to him,
however, that there shall be published
reasons why, by the advice of his at-
torneys, hb withdrew his plea of not
guilty and entered a plea of nolo con-
tendere with a declaration of his inno-
cence of the charge.
When the proceedings were' brought
against him and Mr. Taylor we filed n-
* terrogatories and application for the Is-
s-nag of a commission to take the tes*
t of two witnesses in New York,
|etsoidh, if it was granted, to sue out
other aommiss.ios. state objected
to the issuing of the commission and
S gkrt sustained the objection, and It be-
s pparent that, unless we could
Set the witnesses to come to Florida
Sw ould lose evidence we regarded as
-, materil to the defense. I employed
Stey i New York to se the wit-
Sei-S .s ascertain if they would come
so srad a testfy, I ofeWring to py
he sepemMs. They dec- todo
bt, astad the were perfectly will-'
a to tst in New Yorik. Asare-
SWe e eielw deprived of the
Ae not rmt i
4 r sA"e of ad this bees
V eme s tbare M bae bema-
in awloseen that in a
or iS3 t eta se, ow hee re


F. USpeople er
Wto MketbUvy
wanrds nore adt
pose to dedicate *my



te ofl e..Of wr Will bes. I mve Cstma, Dypei8i, Malria.a Chills
klgt InalSc, towanrGov.- oad a cl iver compfan. Mr.C-. of
em Lm, e erly.hope tt t e re yeas. writer: "My wife has
I t mkwt iEhlg bOeeI"mbow -I n, erbine for beseif and
r, PtaI eFthat Ot eMledrA fT ve years. It is a sure
ese reports a ibor I. me 5 M re o'r eetipati adalma fever,
Smthem ee at e ttM whibh is Mbstatlated what it has
wsMsoA sth elfee EmfamMly. oby all dz
-AL- s k.'.-

p .*:a ~.?

Mr ArUne Ra lllw, ,..:;;




Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reavatWos call on any Ag
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLrtON, JR., Assistant General Pasenger Agent,
Jacksonville, Florida.

A t e state, for es
W of ito lnito
VoItrwayhope *t *&I

b O m it incbrcula.
and maknd g
cream o tartar it ant
LA t 1N b ie mald of political

curious. Do not Th. whe t e has ar. n fro
inthe wrethed ha report of theour ie

amine e lbel. laws. Innia atnd some other
states of sm the law itself give.
a perfti t def 0e ia a civil or critical
os co.. easw vom. proceed leli's where the publica-y
tion comwhole t affects the official
to make a motion r hiring the defend- acts of ean or where the matl

ants, If they intended to justify the ter is of sbeha ircter that the pub-
publication, to furnish a bill of partic- lic should kndw it. We need such a
uars. The court granted this motion law in Florida.
and, after consideration the attorneys This case of son demonstrates
for the defense declined to file the bll that if, in the performance of a public
of particulars. This placed the defend- duty, publicity s given to reports f-
ants in a most extraordinary position. fecting the hir of an official, the
If we had filed a bill of arculars de- citien or ou who calls atten-
clarmn purpose to justithe ubica- tion to suc e from a sense of
tionwewoud avebeen admitUng dutyto the, pblic can be thoroughly
that we intended to charge that the re- and effectually deprived of any and all
Yorts in circulation concerning Gov defense if the testimony which would
Jenning were true. Now, at no time vindicate his right to advise the public
had there been any such intention on of the existence of such report can
mthe part of my son. The article com- only be had outside of the state, as all
plained ot distinctly negatived that will be nec1sary then is to procure
idea and it was, of course, impossible a criminal information against him and
for us to say that the article inter.de he will be utterly helpless. no matter
something which it did not intend. what the evidence may be beyond the
limiitsof the state.
In what I have said, or shall say, I uch a situation altogether ntoler-
wish to distinctly disavow any purpose ch a situation is altogetherntoler-
in the slighest degree of criticising the able. Reports of all kinds affecting
rulings of Judge Shaylor. The very men in office have been in circulation
fact that he an I have not been par- in this state for several years and still
ticularly friendly for several years rend. are. So far as My son is concerned he
era it a duty upon my part to state can patiently wait and bide his time
that throughout this case he has acted and appeal to the people of the state
with the utmost impartiality and sincere- of Florida at the proper time, always
ty and no one can question the sincere-' bearing in mind that The mills of the
ty of his rulings The effect of them, gods grad slowly, But they grind ex-
however, was just the same and it left ceedingly fine."
us with only one defense possible ALEX. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS.
Jacksonville, May 14, 1907.
It being clear that no testimony He Foeugt at Gettysburg.
would be admitted going in justifica- David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y, who
tion, we determined to offer such testi- lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: 'Elec-
mony as we believed would be availa- triq Bitters have done me more good
ble setting up a qualified privilege to than any medicine I ever took. For
make the publication on the ground severalyears I had stomach trouble,
that it concerned the official acts of and paid out much money for medicine
Gov. Jennings; that at the time of the to little purpose, until I began taking
publication he was being spoken of as a Electric Bitters. I would not take $
candidate for governor next year and for what they have done for me."
at that time held the position of at- Grand tonic for the aged and for female
torney for the trustees of the internal weaknesses. Great alternative and
improvement fund at a salary of $5,000 body builder; sure cure for lame back
per annum, the largest salary paid to and weak kidneys. Guaranteed by all
any man by the state except the gov- druggists. 50c
ernor himself. On this defense we d .......
would have claimed the right to intro- Hollad News Items.
duce such evidence as would show that ew tems.
Mr. Alfred St. Clair-Abrams acted un-! HOLLAND, FLA., May 20, 19I)7
der a sense of duty to the people of We have been having plenty of rain
Florida; that he simply made public the for the past few days. which of course
reports that were in circulation without was good on crops. Corn crops are as
any malace towards Gov. Jennings, but nice as could be expected, and gardens
with the desire of having the matter are just fine. Everybody have been
sifted. very busy setting out potatoes.
FAILURE TO SERVE WITNESSES. Mie Florrie Allen spent the past wee'.
Notwithstanding the earnest effort at Hopedale with her many friends.
made by the different sheriffs and their Miss Fannie Allen spent the past
deputies to. serve certain witnesses, week at Jackson llutff with friends and
several of the most important ones relatives.
could not be found. I have been told Misses Florrie and Ollie Allen spent!
that in one case the witness was warn- the day Sunday %ith their sister, A .
ed by notice in his office whenever the P. Harvey.
sheriff or his deputy came to the build- Messrs. Claude and Oscar Allen made
ing in which he was and that he would a flying trip to Antioch church Sunday
immediately leave his room and secrete last.
himself. Other witnesses in other Miss Georgie Grissett was the guest
counties to which the subpoenas were of Miss Sarah Williams Saturday and
sent could not be found. Theae were Sunday.
in addition to the witnesses residing Misi Annie Harvey is spending two
outside of the state whose testimony or three days with relatives at Blox-
was entirely lost to the defense. ham.
NO OTHER ALTERNATIVE. Mr. Hintz Barineau and Mr. Jim
Under the circumstances no other al- Thomas made a flying trip to see their
ternative was left than to withdraw the moh ars u .
plea of not guilty, and plead nolo con- gust of Mrs. Fannie Williams Satur-
{*dere with a protestation of nno. u M"- p. m.
cence. This done, the judge fiAxed a s meCohen's bab ver ill, but
Ine which has been pal and this pr- b bayier y1 il but
feeding in the criminal court is nded hoiW Iill be better oo.
A MARTYR To DUTY. ards was married at the home of her
I regard my son as simply a martyr paret the first Sunday. Hope them
to hi sene of duty to the people of a l gad happy life.
Florida. Having called attention to Me Carter Harvell and Jack and
_eee reports, he may, If he pleases, Job. Vnue was the guests of Mises
rop the matter, but I now propose to Faani, Florrie and Ole Alen Sunday
take it up. p.m.., and all called n Mrs. Henry
It has b published that Gov. Jen- Rudd, aad had some nice music.
ie has bee completely vindicated. Mr. H. C. Allen made a pleasant trip
f Ise atald with a vindication re- to Tallahaeem Monday.
m t from plea of not co teader- -- -

t---est-ats mud e-aW t- yo. wf.. get instant relief. The great-
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IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
Carrabelle, Fla.

,i- always "theway"totake for Mfet@.
Our inside trade leading up to buksiel
position conps through
'7 taken at our business college. Oat
graduates have the preference. tl
Y r, '' .... "you ask? It's because of profit"l
A'. Proficiency is asked for and heads l
I II B^6 : list. For particulars call on or adiami
S...... *. Tallahassee. Fla.
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no citizen of Tamp has la-
Stly and unremittingly
of the city thamn Peter
H I m mind Is a pecularly
-I~lv one, the cis" of minds
d s a growing community.
ahorsI destructive measures
break down object attained
their full development. He
energetic to the last dferee,
ill his heart and soul Into the
Cement in the fullest sense of the
of what he has in view, nor can
Swerst enemy pick a flaw in his ca-
sw rhsp the greatest promoter
tye 's hihost Interests we have
us. is friends recognize in
ond and far better than, all
a true man with a warm heart,
enial disposition, and a con-
w Uapness to goas far as the
of us in all the performances of
many who know Mr. Knight in
rblorongh county and the State at
tei wilappreciate and admire the
ing encomium delivered by Presi.
Harris of the Senate in the Legis-
"A man comes h.-ro to the capital,"
id the senator with emphasisr "He
not masked; his fuce is not blacken-
He is a citizen of Florid.. He in
ut e openly am an attorney for corpora-
he represents.l I refer to Mr. Pe-
0. Knight. He in one of the lead.
lawyers of the state of its best
a and most highly respected men;
who would not be guilty of bribery;
whose honesty is established be-
doubt; one who has never paid out
liar to influence legislation. Yet
has been criticized and abused and
ed and denounced until it has
Beyond endurance. I am sorry
Mr. Knight's name has been
ht Into this discussion. lie is a
t I admire and love and trust.
a't eare If helIa railroad attorney.
kla good and I will say that I
ld not mind I had a good ajob.
--Tampa Tribune.
R Eats In Panamas and Straws offered
t reasonable prices by Burns & Co. 11
Col. John R. Bradford left for New
fTork City Tuesday to spend the sum-
San da as is his usual custom has his
paper follow him.
1- Mr. T. D. Walker, Florida passenger
mqnt for the liulaville and Nashville
Slroad, with headquartersat Jackson.
I ville was in the city Tuesday and made
true Democrat a pleasant visit.
Mr. Charles Crawford visited his
S rather Hon. H. Clay Crawford, and
at of boyhood friends this week.
SPopular, jovial Captain John R.
oer, of Carrabelle, visited Talla-
on business this week and his
S of friend were delighted to shake
B -s good old honest hand, and welcome

Sphere will be a meeting of mothers
Sthereldence of Mr. J J. lItodes
Neqday evening at 4:30 p. m and
i5 invitation Is extended to etch
mother to be present
The colored citizens of Tallahastce
are tobe congratulated on the gt(i, or-
der that has prevailed during the large
gathering in this city during -the we-ek
n account of emancipation and K. of I'.
celebrations,. Not a single arrest him
been made that we have heard of or
violation of law or bad conduct, and
good cheer has seemed to prevail.
Mrs. W. V. Knott entertained at her
residence yesterday afternoon in an af-
ternoon teo. The public were invited.
Many guests were present and a most
enjoyable occasion it was.
A large number of Leon's citizenship
from all parts of the county have been
in attendance at the Circuit Court again
ths week. too numerous to attempt to
make personal mention of each, so
please let this go as a local for all.
For Reat.
A two-story residence on C'linton
street. Apply to
11-4t Mts. M C. hl TI.F:H ,
Stock Pastured.
Plenty of grass and iood water.
Fifty cents a head per month. Pasture
west of Female College.
18-4t Ma. M. A. WAI.tA(CE.
Tax Boees to Close.
Notice is given that the ('ity Tax
Books will lw closed and delinquents
advertiswl the first of next month.
l-.8t C., Z IKNN,
('ity Tax Collector
Douse Wanted.
Will move to Tallahass t' June' Iet.
Want to rent pe'rninently a good six
or seven room house. T. H odges,
jLake City, Fla. lilt
AreTn Glag 1to BuildI
SIf so come andsee our stock of kiln
drd um before purchasim* your
i a save you mowy.
aK i *, .. 1if

W -.. 4f0p of 1o90 -gj* A-.
*fcmmassems surlierdaw -in

"tahisml 11r grade sel.

sate S The atsse tiase
tgmiod s work notwithlman
the Young Women's ahrstm a e tAe dt im
rts m.AI pee .loin A. _eher
, "1 ,n 4 Lp. oy Lw- W e la gNs sowa t *h

Sloe. tyo ebstloe. h Aioue M o in oi event Da commencemaw the

u p )_ssp0 m..
TIseosdSyM oneb dLay s l t The stdLa wn Party"h with minuh
work uftl e Artni pDeeontl nttdo sis fe o of the Tatepace ihabsthE

coud bept in sm p .uch needed. A t t r'in
Mr. p.m.e H Everatt, N t for the eaono certain t he ei.to
ualhrtamt of Musicthierry or Buiin o fo th Colonil Dames is awaitsdf wpth
ood road dmntratdon CrthylIs tun giving us sogxity. .
eet of thi Maty one ay tonca we Th student are eaerly awaill furn thes
by 00"M nt Edward M. Poteat, Fur- pa the paStyearwe have enjoyed Manyi

manhow quickly ty Greenville, S. C. nroad of recitals among which i the

could be put Ihip nvited. M. Ave edition by Mis y osear.t Friday
ferng was one of the most enjoyable.

rett. re H. Everett, agent f or the Ale of dae pe s er.
suhe of the Austiner fmachineor the Aforn Comp- Jane Collin students ta popu-
ny hfre and will takureclos in talk- Collins fo yir is writing
ngoo roads demon rate d on thecsueth ryof the Colonia Dames is awaited with

re rodthis ty demoneahee yelivet and frindanxiety.
hiwtr q .ui ciy ped t Both the Statud e and county aK and Citing the

couThe New York World be put in ship shape. fr.aine- ladverditieon this year.
s uch machinery for thure Austin colo mpa of this a Collins for vor ob printing
xpoition. Every hou h Both the State an i .ountynd City

this set of pictures. Free with he collectors will clo their books'
Thund reat Historic. Exposition at or- ACter th month. LANDSo not pay


One female fox hound, c(rear color
Reward if returned to (C A. (AY 1:1 2t
The street springer was put minto .r-
vice to-day just as we pro to pre s.
Judge I. lDon M'vLod w;a agilan
among his TallihaIimr, Ir' ilr this
If you are interested in Automobiles,
get a demonst rat ion) of the' performance
of the little Reo. Se,- Chas. J. Diehl.
Mrs. W. M. Girardeau, of Monticello.
is In Tallahassee for a few days with
Senator Girardeau, and to visit relatives
and friends.
The merchants have agreed to close
the stores in Tallahassee during the
summer months at 6 o'clock, beginning
June 3d, to September Int.
Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Rheuma-
tism, Gout, travel, Dropsy, Inflama-
tion of the Bladder. Had Blood and
Nervous Troubles caused by sick Kid-
The Tallahassee Drug Store, the well-
known druggist of Tallahasee, knows
by experience that HIN)IPO will cure
all forms of Kidney and Nervous trou-
bles, and will guarantee it in all cases.
Can't yoV afford to try it at their
risk? It costs you nothing if it don't do
the work.
Sent by mail to any address, prepaid,
on receipt of 60 cents. Six Iboxes, $2.f)0
Under a positive guarantee. No. 5

a i, ... A

I dm Qfferinq for Sale a Tract
of 110 Acres just beyond the
Eastern Limits of Monticello
which has been pronounced by
Government Experts t o b e

"1kea1" for Tobacco.

On this property is a Fifteen Acre
Pear Grove (which in good season
is very prolific,) quantities of im-
proved pecan trees and several ten-
ant-honses. The location is such
that the two depots are within con-
venient access and the city's tele-
phone service can be had. The
property is well-fenced and is un-
usually desirable for the culture of
Tobacco, Long-cotton and other
high-grade farm products. I will
be glad to show this tract at any
time and to furnish the fullest par-



l WWm. E. EVANS, Agent. I
J .Monticello, Fla.
Lock Box "C"

Notice fore Publcatlon.
IANI' O) it:e. AT CAINsssIVl.K. l.A..
April i, iuo7.
TM D OR'S *rECriPTiO Notice is ir.-,l' given that March Hledmond, of
THE DO.TOR' PRESCRIPTION. Tallahassee. F. has fled notice of hi Intention
rOUT DOOR EXERCISE. OUT DOOR EXERCIE. claim. via: him.eitend entry No. a12M. made
S n. aJanuary 4. 19tV. for the NWI of NW'., action S.
1lt0lr-ies fr, ni -seven Fartories. Township I S.. Hanw e I W. ad that said proof
Ilwl be made before Clerk1 Cl it Court. at Tallai-
Elat i SiSprinm for the Pleasure of te wph l. ria.. ,' June7r. ort at
.Stiong, it bEnjoytd by the Week. He tamoes th.- follows wltneawe, to prove his
Sontinuoup roe.leire uwpon ap cultivation of said
Prices to fit the buyer. land v. a:
iRobert W. IA-y, Natha B. Hartitireld, Judge
Terms to sult tho Party that wants to Jarob*.* i*'*r wat,., IofTallahasme., ia.
Pay. 11t1saV 1 CHLm. IRegister.
(Claneld ut cur oldi 5tck to a finih, Notice for hb.kation.
I1tItA~risoM or lO lra1INT ORa I
But not '(lone out of Iualness." I IAN) O ,.r1 Av T ?GAUIIV.ILLK. rIA .
April i.i 1107. 1
('all and seeo Notrc is h,.re.y ive th W Wiltlam J. Wae*. of
Tallahapse'. Fla.. haa Mad2lenoe eof his intenten-
tkm to make 'al five year proof in support of
TULLY & YAEGER CO. hisclaim.vu in,,mested aBtry No. 5Mss6. mad*
Derenbher .1!. N.k,. for the atots I ecttion 2,
Townshil I .S. Range iW and that saki roof
will be miatl.f.Nf.(tlr..Cka httit Court. at Tall.
Heavy and Paricuiar Inulinq a ,,. F,....wiin June, t.
He na np ,Ili fp-,ih.ra witness n tpro t his
Sp aity by contintu.u rusilenc oupealn. sand cultivation of. the
ouoiimiiy uy kland. via:
W. RH. h ort f lartal r Iallma? a it .la.
0. H AVERITT, -w- S.*^ ov Ret*ot
AdinitislUSWs Netske.
DIRT, ROAD, and YARDi N e.ri. hyNI....o..aucrvito.r .ie..st,.
SI distributt .. and to peortagns havinls caim* or
Demands asit .t the* -etat eof Nurste Whaley, de-
CONTRACTOR. eaedn, t o ,f l oa mntyr. Florida. to prtsset
*surh rlem, or demands thoe undersi ned within
two Ienarl f (n this deals oetherwsli same will be
State Agent for the forever doherred.
This flIth 1l day f Aprfil. 1 ,
Austin Road Machinery, A .s.I.'to ai^,wv .
S Nov. :,. I'7. M-Iart. i. .
Plown, Scralper,, Newton Rollers, "DaNae ut stl. i
Street Sprinklers and Graders,. ame 'rjOTlC I HM Y GoIVKN THIAT six'
.A the aft tM daf atf the fIrst pubiba
built and oporat by hirq before set- Ira- n5r 1 ,) analmaO 16the
tied for. See hi for further particu-. P Nr ,,V Ij ,l awso f
harW or address P. Bx 38 Tallehahs "ui ". as ms.
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Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Contractors and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of

all kinds. -

Mill Work- Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and.
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
Lime and Cement for sale.

All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our work to be firAt class in every particular. Prices

Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on
on lot south of county jail.


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P. O. BOX4.

John B. Stetson University
Afffiated With the Unlverdty of Chclgo
COLLMSX Or LIU-AL ARTS.--The rtandird, are those of the University o
i "hieafo. Stton'as dates receive their dwrwes from both Steteon and Chiesuro.
See the Chtkes aad srtaon eatalctie.
CLLM LAW.--Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in
Florida without examination.
cal. Civil, ElectrtIal Ma nerrinr and Manual Trailnla courses leadia to degrees.
Pine new b llding. eatly equipment.
COLUin MW911311Lh-BLnkingl in all its branches. Bookkeeping by best
methods. Sherthead and Typewriting. Elective ourses open in other Depart-
mentsL. Ltr Patlty and eommodious building.
tsAIRATnTnV CAISNT.-Orduate.t prepared to enter Harvard. Ya.
Prineste, CorneL Michigan. Chieao and all firet-clas CollWes.
sIMIALAII3 IMSL cnoL .-I. Kindergarten in its own building. & Pri.
ma Um o Gm School in operate building. The. Schools especially prepare
IPublibloal Tmeherm.
M USC MOOL.-A $10.000.0 ppe organ. a dosen piano., eeperat btauildia
larg faculty. thoroum h eour. of study.
ART COOL.-New studio. Cll t? cast. models. etc.
Stetesn aa a faculty of 41 mrofe.ars and instructors. They bold d frm
th Unv ty of Cc Harvard. Yale. a th, Columbia. T.ron Ws e Pr.
t. IntIes.mle. Bowdown. ltreht. BuckkeMl. Unlvemaety of Michla. Dbminm Sad
other Unvrities. There ar over l M00.0. In bu ildia and equipmde t pa
quarter bili dollar endowments a edowd library o over lS vetI n.=
Uftel hapel ith costly furnihlan. a 81i6.0.0 pipe armn; a ;i O maesam with eemplete Mpaartas: am e- -fI
PItd. remain track.b nnia eort. bsmebas disnl d and WgrairMt. M lies S
ulf. lowing and other sports eprato buildings for me amd W -M tam
,mratarie for Chel iatry. MhyicsB. acteriolog. MiNeraloy aId tIagy;M
muose"m aid shopw; elo.trtc light., eateric bsll. seam heast. met v ,
,ro ,. brd avmstwe ,sw ops eamp. shrubbery and trees : seia L~ arwy.
and other tednts.' luba..tar let ur course hristian ad aot faemtaM
ThI location to bfttful and healthful. and the expenses aft low.
Fnorwatalgum.. views. folders and information, ideas the P'reMemn,
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Woumld'nt y.1 tohave one of these ittof u a-
r6ar aik-eaag a es ? It is a raftedthat
t is of a iene to carry In the vest pocket
you reist the tempta to sped money. We


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We t h ea e of iesee i e to ew ryone who *111 deposit one dollar and promise to
otpemn a eee t wh within wts ad ,feAm receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to you
okeed and w s'9 f be opmed by .
Toe would eedrpt ed to li eherw much money you can save in five year by taking care
* of yousr mall hane a end tM bank.-,
S It s not wie to save in the house, because there is daege of low by
thieves and e, and bedes it is otnythin But place t it with us and it earning seme-
jb. We ay 1 pee cent interest %0 8o of ne Dollar and upwantds. Interest periods are
first d of April oad October.
Below we give a table ahowi g how savings will accumulate in flve years, computed on a ba-
sis of 318 worklnr days in the year, at 8 per cent interest.
y-. Ami't dlPoited. Interest earned. Total am't
10e per ay for 6 years......-......--....,. 0 .. ...... . $11.14-....................-$17.64
90s per Oay for 5 years------------- ................. .00. ... 22.. ................ 8.28
e r yfr ears. ------................ ------- l. .. ........ 7................ 419.10
.80e cy for6yar ------.................. --- -.--......--..-........ ........... .....0.98
0 erayforyar........ ... ...... .. .... 66.70 .... .. 888.80
3e k my for years.................,6.00-----------...........111.40.. ........ ...1,676.40
The capital stock of the savings bgisk is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of thae little beaks while the supply lasts.



C;" IL LWD. Vic..PRuiiurt.


The eashbre Mew OGives Thee.- BL
Watal New on Them.
It has always seemed to me that the
editor of a weekly paper might make
of himself and his paper a most impor-
tant factor in the moldwg of public
pinlon and the shaping of public poll.
am There are many advantages in-
idkt to his position. He is in touch
withe plain, common people. He
hears what is said on the street, at the
town meeting, in the court house, in
the market place; he isfamiliar with
every detail in the life bf the average
man; his newspaper records the hap-
penaln~ in the family of the Browns
and Smiths, among whom he lives. If
he conduct* his paper intelligently and
ymmpathetically almost everybody in
h *mmuntw MIbaribes to it People
who live in one part of the county want
to keep postedas to what is going onn
other portions of the county, if the
news service isat all what it should be,
the citizen looks to his county paper as
a record of current local events. To
those who may have removed from the
count and gone into distant localities
for duty orplasure, the home paper
indispensable. It is a weekly pews let-
ter, giving an account of the doings
and saying of the loved ones who have
been lift behind.
Besides thi the weekly paper has
wil~h itself other elements of influ-
ence and importance. In local politics
its weight should be felt and usually
Is felt. Therefore, the editor, if a Iye
man, is a locally Important man. If the
weekly paper is honest, fearless, con-
scientous and interested in the peo-
ple to whom its weekly message si de-
livered, it becomes a baromoter which
politicians carefully consider before
taking any step@ on any public matter.
It may be too often the case that week-
ly papers follow after the great city
ae and thus become mere echoes.
Juit the reverse should be the case.
No weekly newspaper should become a
mere sounding board for city editors.
The importance and usefulness of the
weekly paper is in exact ratio to its
fearless and intelligent independence.
Indeed, a weekly paper is much bet-
ter situated to peak and act intelli-
gently than the greater number of the
metropolitan papers. Nearly every one
of the latter is subsided, directly or
indiretly, by this interest or that inter-
= =

est, by this eorporation or that corp-
ration, and, therefore the editorial
apartment has very little real independ-
ence. The editor is eternally watching
the countenance of the bmainess mana-
ger for smiles of approval or frowns of
condemnation. If the editor writes ar-
tieleswhich injure the business depart-
ment, restraints of one sort or another
will soon cause him to change his tone.,
No weekly editor is under any such in-
timation. If he is coerced itis his own
fault. It is within his power to speak
what he honestly thinks is the truth and
thus to gain and hold that powerful in-
fluence which comes to the man whom
the people believe to be sincere in all
that he says and does.
Theweekly paper is is the hopeof the
country. If every editor of the coun-
try press would but realisewhat would
be the irresistible power of a combined
propaganda, a amtonlbus editorial
prechment through the weekly preas,
there would be a ground swell in Ameri-

don't know who he is first cousin to.
but be is tie son of a Confederate vet-
eran and a Southern tleman. His
full namean is Thoma Albert J Ien .
If he is.l*ted Governor, it will beTy
the primary system, and we think that
he posesse enough dignity to refrain
from e in a fist ht with a
UnvSity president.
The ftvst-mentioned Jennins is not
popular, by any means. The last-
mentioned Jennin --Thomas Albert---
Is very popular with every citizen with
whom Ke is acquainted.
The "uey objections some people f nd
with the lat mentioned Jenings-
Thomas Albert-is that his surname is
the same as the former Governor's.
People are apt to get the two people
ofused by their names. After you be-
come acquainted with both parties there
will never he any reason for confusion
of their names. -Fort Myers Breese.
A __ AL . .

ca that would reduce the metropolitan Ai l UnUJMsce
dailies to importenee and the triumph
of the common people would be assur-Prohibiting Domestic owl from Going
edat Large and Providing a Penalty
Tells the Great DIferece. a oeor c
The writer has been asked quite a 4fI-so a js. lrile:salawhi tor.
n~~ftmS lrON 1. It .shall be lawful for any pero
number of times it ex-Governor Jen- to wf ully permit y ehiskens. ducks., me.
nings and T. A. Jennings were not one turv aMcuines orar other domestic tow, to
and the same man. On other occasions S**~ up the sta or any p
we have been asked if they were not re- tdhewishallup o-
lated. betllM -n sN than fivedolare or
Nod they are not a particle of kin. d no mo atdohirty da.
No. S lt Al Odn- c or part of Ordinances
Furthermore, they do not look nor act in e*oalt herewith band tm Mame are hreby
alike. The difference between the two n83=it
men is too great to be mentioned in de- umA caty Council May 9h. .9s1 .
tail. But some of their differences Presidentcy Council.
might be mentioned that will explain to Attest-A. H. WI.LIAMS. City Clerk.
the readers' mind who the two men Approved May 9, 11. .
w. I McINTOR8. is.,
are. 1-4t mayur.
Ex-Governor Jennings was born in ...
Illinois. He is a first cousinof W.. Dischare Retice.
Bryan, and to this relationship is large- NOTICE Is HERITG OIVEN THAT SIX
ly due his election to Governor of Flori- mnth after the at of the Arst publics-
a. His full name is William Sherman ) o.flwl prLm o ar s aee, ntd .tpp
JennH .. e wd. el var by for mlydhre a Administrator (ithe state of
a political convention, and could never c. P. Davis, detceaed.
have been elected under the primary A A..MAIiNGt t.
a stem. It is claimed that he came to TaIaha.. Fa. Nov. l ao. Amn.INrat.,r.
Florida selling Hamlin's Wizzard Oil
from the rear of a wagon. There are Discharge Netice.
a lot of people in Florida who don't '|
like the man nor his surname, nor his Notice l thereby tffiv that six morthi after the
iil WJ lilt s i lav e ati thenetpubit ationh .wot I wil pr. .nt.
middle name- -Sherman. ny fnalascounti to tha County Judge'.f Loon
The other Jennings-who is spoken County, Florida. and aply for my dischare an
df as a candidate or Governor- was ^. ti"trwof Iths ptOof DrI W. i'." .brt
born in Hamilton county, Florida. We CTaTsa.is. Pa.F. AwE21 N. ;. Iun


is a range that will roast
bake or otherwise cook any
and keep all piping hot unDtl
time for serving. A good
supplied with flowing fuel as
through our street mains,
a simple "twist of the wrist
kitchen meet* every desire of
bitlous preparer of meals for th(
hold. Ask all the questions yeW
us at this office, or of our
tive. who will call at your .M
postal or phone request. *.
The Capitol City Water S $*

Electric Lights and

The City Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to supply an unlimited number of new cus-
tomers, and as the plant belQngs to the citi-
zens of Tallahassee and must be supported by
the revenue from its business or from taxes
levied on the property of every taxpayer in
the city, it is to their interest to patronize the
Electric Light Plant. Rates are reasonable.
and the best of service will be given. It is
the purpose of the Managers .


To Put On Day Ser),

as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power.
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans., etc. Mr.
(C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will iw pleased to furnish i any
information desired. Give him your orderss
and report to him any defective service. 1.
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City Electric Light


W. D. Pratorlus,

Funeral Director





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

man's profit.

Our prices are right:

See us and be convinced.



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Veterinary Physician
and on.

Dental Work a



A n ono wsdftltg A 0-ke*1 I fnd eIp
qtiost.' y a~rivi r gie- till, sinin
$*fit I r14% (ilict rAM@1H7f
V iis taken tb.inkiigh U0an
SWW 0citu rt otif chair**.uI

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The loan of two hundred dollars,
Monroe street property. Address M
no Tallahasee. 11.

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t"mmay a man who pre-
wom 3ano he is orwdarev to
is tbe whole catalogue of sham
m tks wherein you ty to
Syour sham kaowl
oif of sham silver,
,whn every
sham ~~iecs, seen through
ll of sham patriotic.
Is say quantity of sham relig-
In sa"m churches and Hsten-
sermon. by sham preseb-
kind of a sham are YOU?
et the rarest things in this woldr

S world keeps onli. o g
of ours is GENUINIENIS.
mf the hifhaet compliret.

oe anything is wof orh while.

be when there isnemore PRE-
In rt;owhen we are not esham-
we are poor, not vious when
successful; not clamoring forgo-
o iton, because we are con-
oo te what we are; not blushing
our coat is out at elbows, because
ow reproach to wear arnold mot so
we wear It HONESTLY and
ELY, any more than it is a re-
to love your wife, faded as she is,
r little home, humble though it
lbe a GOOD world tolive inthen,
kthe peoploand ave sppd shanm-
s cot have toatppd slamming,
..lml Mimetropolis.
Swat a woneCholera It a

Is probably no medicine made
relied upon with more Implicst
than Chamberlain's Colic,
and Diarrhoea Remedy. Dur-
third of a century in which it
eo in u ba, peopid have leaned
it Is one remedy that never fails.
reduced with water and
it ispleasant to take. For sale
assee Drug Co.


g G's greatest Health Resort and
Place for ertha tlo a
SU. F. A A. Railroad sells round
tickets to Sopchoppy at especially
*Wursion rates to parties coming to
Sarings.Tram car from the hotel
all regular mail and passenger
Those who want them can *w
Sbacks at Sopchoppy to take them
Sthe hotel will be found ample ac-
tions the year round. Good
sad salt water fishing. Five or
gasoline launches to take fishing or
parties out any day. Mineral
oalt water bathing during the sea-
otel rate. $9.0) and $1000 wr
$. 11.00 r month. For fiart er
iM ar a rem ,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
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Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.

Tallahassee, Florida.

Fancy Work f4aterial a Specialty

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Tho truth about thlu mailer I ilhlat
Carroll imf this job up on us.
Picture are a feawtureo of Tixl HI;N,
and that Is how Carroll hiapiuii to
Ie on the staff. Thin gentleman of
the India Ink-llnatlun wasH given .arte
blanche to make sketches of anything
he happened to see about the Legisla.
ture that could be made Into caricature
or cartoon.
Then there came a lday when he call-
ed me to one side and with becoming
secrecy told me that hs had made
sketches of all the newspaper bunch-
except one), and that. we would collaho
rate In a story to make famous the
gentlemen of the press who have and
will continue to roenrd history as It In
When the etching was received It be-
came apparent that the caricaturist
had slighted no one. and each of the
tribe In Tallahassee has been distorted
to the whim of the artist.
nlaes we have engaged to treat the
Florida statesmen with such connldera-
tion as printer's Ink ponesses to pre.
serve after generations the rn,,n and
deeds of this period it enters the na-
ture of a square deal to all that the
prom gallery should have one little
tablet where others will have erected
a eusotaph.
It is becoming, furthermore, that a
beginning of this memorial should he
with the portliest and most impressive.
of this busy bunch.
iPtsgerald is his name. he I seate I
on the extreme right, and was caught
in the act of watching the Senate
while the franchise tax bill was un-
der oonsideraion. Pitagerald is a
descendant of the man who translated
the Rubaylat, and possess In a marked
measure the penetration that rharse-
terlsed his ditlnguished anesetor. Noth.
ing of consequence happens that Plts
does not see. He has a convincing wa)
of rolling his eye oer the assembly
and taking in the situation at a glance.
it the members would follow his ad-
vice the State would be saved untold
expense, for he foresesi that needless
time is consumed It futile discussion.
For example, he told me the day of the
debate In the Senate on the francbtse
tax measure just what the vote would
be. The Senate debated all day, and
In the shades of the evening the vote
was taken, and there was no change
in the situation per forecast of PIta
Ti'MP t0 It Ineitane nof the mojav
that might be saved If the State would
nnlv consult the managing editor of
THN MORNING 8UN. As a logician
Pits has the beet of the ancients, none
nf whom I remember, beat to a franle.
The "WAyV editorial that he keee. run.
ning serially In THU DAILY BUN Is a
marvel of Iadweti, deductive and .M
ductive reasoning. Why does the
Timep-Unlon aay 'are when It should
say 'itr-.bea sae the TimnesUnlen i
not a newspapers. It is a ohattt." That
In st nne Inetisive an"0 tetatnedle. an
none can escape It Fits haa the pre
seno of a stateasu and a frw of die
pleasure that would do e6rilt to the
moee TrWrble Turk of my saquaint
asee. He has. moreer, a bread
knowledge of men and SarMis, it
the Senate gets lnte to Me W It wsM
be his fault. At any tim he s ready
to show them the way ot.
During thee 4ayseof busy iloeib
tion the eilter of TWW SUN bgati
bad the opportunity to Nm am
gits lato the paper fveqi i
follows that he M Re te for 9 d
of other, but it triable meso fteM
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I am slipping In this reckoning with evidence that the happ41y 10 reaer, but In t sense
omy distlngutsbed compete wlttot llboer's countenaneo cAis o4- 1o -" gthe- 10- l meS0
his knowledge or consent He. thM, aWOO 1M111a on 40.111g-I&" fTAt a"f MW to 04beW
is the next by circumstance of poal. made aaon..p ow at 66i6r to T WIg 101i o SO

the House had acted on a resolaut ion p dolls a teadM theo m M~p atl If
which was presented at his requet arteS th the Moe wflMt ht b f po liy. g a a m
to have the doors of the Investis t writt Satbrday alght homile 1 t r to time pubatios as
Ing Committee opened to the press the Sunday paper. He go" to Patl no- policy and Win e M ba e '
and public. The resolution was do. Bac every season and hob soeb t nas to my by s that he'wi l-
fated by a vote of 32 to 18, and he with the big rch. and upon ooo.eta Ws matai se W l s&
was not In a happy frame of mind preside at the a range with eas to be ee from eaftim ls
when Carroll imprisoned the line of equal to that with which he pounds aad wI) alwaysf- f t
hlm exnremsion. the piano. what h belieU veto
L'Rnle Is the best advertised fig- He is the only Individual who ob. e a urnalt, and UIs
ure in Florida journalism, and he do serves the eticha of order about TRI the operati f t M
psrves to be. I don't think he beqan BUN establishment Everythlng that ed to isedt g loo
to take himself seriously until atter can be done Into a pae a p what It li to
the failure of him DAILY SUN In labeled and tied .with a pl r&n1 mmc r 1
Jacksonville. That was a blow from Nobody objected to this eteo asm 'i es e haoe f
which he has not recovered. The ot hold of th e eabsme bO ther m~ot -tr fttr eb
money that he lost wa nothing In day before anybody had rowe thm sn r. A
comparison to the faith he lost Itn aad tied them up etl, aM
people he trusted. By nature be Is them and plaof thea oa a
credulous and trustful, but hi has Then It wa that the translator of -
been buncoed so severely at differet *he RubasAat raised a howL
times that this chasraterlstl has Brumby, the rsebentattve of tae
been shaken to alertaws. The fight Time.tanton at Ta tha se tdriag it hen ,s^
that he has made and It making for the session, s at ease e e spOrtl abOobi aby
cleaner legislation has already borne and most sedate looting member oa
frit. The present session of the the Press Club. He is editrs of an
lwslfstare is said to lie areman e'i agricultural magastIe at Oeals, with R I tf a e fll Mg
with fewer lobbyists and hanIers on which he has made sati5ftry m &5 oiW f a he ia ho oWe em t t
than any previous seeleon. and to reea. He was the Mender of the l oIM e eifedal eimmas pa
him Is due the larger portion of the duatrial Record at Iadbsoavilo. but per. TYt wt an hie lls M he so
credit for riddlin thoe Sate of thlp was lacking to forelft to alppeW test b-eo to rp e itMtro
reproach. Shady methods cannot Plate a good thing b s h ad it poelts id so TA a Tfs- a-al't few
bear exposure. and he has taken nain, The Record has proved a m1e0 we0471e714 Wat TaM~a s -rvng
to turn the light of publicity Into tho maker with posslIItle yet ueane bthe
shady places. He is OW a man with led. It is the oielal organ of the R htohe ms Wt verWatlle white* on
a purpose. and I knew that he bt* wealtalest elasse of etlsesa a Floe the peninsula. Prom newsauseo *,n.
miade saerleoe to dary out that pur. da-the tnrpemtlwe' uo who mnD tine to the production of q,' d -4tona
poe. It is his ambition to m1a4k money wittb t I@ealIvir too elaSv and tender poems Rueas is n ,mttoen,-
mreat State newsmae aad some day as to whether tb r eBPolate veir at ease.
his ambition will ftd eprM0e In Whimskers always lu4 digitly. a d As fbr Reeoom he I as ordinary
a vehicle that will re ma every nook Brumby has the 4 dstietlae of balut ewa er p"aa. Russ totd a M-
of the State every day of the week. the only neewsaer' spreeatativ tual friend that RejM was a bum nr.
There can be no doubt that the *0 e with whisakers. ThMisto a mure lgs ptr, and whe I hoard It wa
pie want such a paper; the suoesm of prosperity. for h keeps thba de"e talf acfuaed to agree with Rg ut
of THE BUN In It preset form hap ly mowed. and they give eisece -)f I remieobred that Ruee to a aa at
been amply sufficient to demonttrate careful tutolaga. t reme preoldloss and that be eoe
the demand for it, and If the people Roberta s the BoA t t noW ade franBtt all the umber at the
want It there can be o bhighe court paper .man to Ha tadlef 7 u014 ld' i a Sk -
to determine otherwise. I bad not rents the ai n 1i6 h sarW b that Miba swa
hitended treating these caricatures In boae, the bgi hW 01. p14w 1a11it the
sny but a earlcaturih fashion. Yet eral other s r w
if there be Interest In the subJects of the presedMlap -s
the teahltg the Interest win b pree- p eggagAoaged AUty i y g.
ent whether the treatment be fair or tL U g 1
Owing to an intense nature for the they trapt B the t-M dTOfB'l,_. -
posseselon of whirh he may not be Cen and he o wl n O goN oiO from t bD. aN
sured he to led at timnes beyond the boer so were so
Line of prudenrce. but never heynond a d aif e
p the walls of honesty. ly make bl Ii
Carroll made neither caricature nor of Vridst t before a e r
sketch of himself. due. I presume comes the d t wo bttka mde a
to his molish modesty. He aSO tfr red nek tfie. re." lg hao evei'
"d me to may that he is emeedaldv o1Wls the Wa ly True Dow Delver_ for eagi. oe U aa
handsome. but realty there Is a lint orat of T ab *sa s ia't fad te th t ag emiplanta.
to my lying capacity. Orroll en necessity to d4 -MM than look la Im teed alUdrggists. 0andW iuI
I bless the artistic temperaent (here the Pert a Mn to tUrsi. btt~ *S
the word artistic Is ased with mlalit- but he pre nts A wek a ea ipre o
able licenAse), with glit hatiatWs. hteaslWe dig- t o wiA@ta I
He is both a farmr al an artito The paper -ia M by Mr. u 4g bw
In all my acqualati o1 with artet a eat omprsa et the tp srahiht
I have ever knows me who a the art, and fr ot his be ito lartey .
least Inclnaton to do real hnavt enusible. for he f o a mhteI a '- uieheg*
work. But Carroll is o habe t s* oe &a of the etl work
Sdividual oa my list o SI is mmVr to MInIipt.g
I the towa of MoatDmleM : edtor of Rus is the o ulQ prbim ia the
the Monticello New, prop le eoft a lists'sredouw 0at per Wrth
pecana nurry. Bup u o* at o tho es. We a to wh the er.
Sfnaday school, be r e ae of met the earai ter
SOdd Vlows. a d M e Istl a i POas. so wi.
& to wea is to a am eMlAU 0 When 1 d sfte a1?' S M g Sa
tomes for THINRW 3 aita1 I a W Pi s
Sitber is the mm JiSof 5eTH between tehe t* Mt CImerAUl
IUN fboe. OarreO l aroe tMib wraft. Thm e a t li Dr. V. wINO to
urOne% @f ma epg', whM6a q*s sa s ~.t a net s bO wsin o f a P


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ONm. Mil so

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w*o now vbf
V. Kaoe etrtains this at-
W-WVd 2W iT ess
t aHoosble Senators
OWsed's po"ulaity as
W"sel d-mqatrAd last
uherawa by the lags atteond
br weekly "At Home."
Mb "Nsw'lton Gem" Closet
It can't be beat, R. J.
Pmnlbhug store. 18
W. I. rsmleau, ofMonticelo,
lm husband in the Capital
eainader of the session of the
brellas in the moat popular
bottle green and dark
something nice. See them at J.
'W's. 7
bsn e207, R. W. Cobbs Drug Co.'s
tier. 12
Vevian Moore, once a resident of
i but now living in Miami,
_4 a flying trip to the Capital this

b e assortment in latest styles of
ear now for t ale by Burns &
We have on hand a large stock of fine
ad 4-inch flooring and ceiling;
S8 and 10 inch finished boards. The
will lease you. Get your order
While it lasts Child Bros. Lumber
H M. Fred. B. Biddulph is in the city
H isttng his famit: Mr.
ImTamps for sa time, assisting
the building up of th. rest lodge
Maccabees in the Soutn.
H Soea for Men, Women and Children,
**, Sit Cases, Bags and Umbrel-
h drts, Underwear, Pajamas, and
ces right. Burns & Co.
W' Miss Japie Garwood, a charming
resident of Monticello, is the
of Mes..-C.M..Stange o North
street. Mis Garwood is re-
qthe qongratulatisons of her
ftiend upon having won the
l for holsrship n her class at
t Mo o High School.
SBe sure and see Child Bros. stock of
kiln-dried flooring ceiling, novelty sid-
iag and finished boards before placing
:yor orders. They can save you
amoey. 9
Dr. Armstrong who has been making
regular professional visits to Tallahas-
oew for the past two years, can be
seen as usual on the first Monday in the
Smth at the Bloxham Hotel. He han-
all forms of eye trouble or any
saervous reflex trouble that may be
meauoed by eye strains; nervous head-
aches and many nevous complications.
Cress-eyes straightened without the
me of the knife or operation. The
Doctor's system is known as the drug-
er I treatment. He will remain but one
S day, the first Monday in June. 18
Call Telephone No. 207, The K. W.
Cobb Drug Co., when you wish any-
* thing in a druggist's line. 12
For Sale ro Rent.
The Constantine Hotel, apply to


Io IM Yah aviW Alpt

i of

If so we have a "sleep-inducer" in
our "'Ly-Esy" Felt Mattress that is
st whatyou need. It is made of 45
of Pure Cotton Felt in layers like
ewte-Hlh Grade Tickinr-French Roll
Uhe W Impenlil Stitched Guaranteed
al a every respect to say $15.00 felt
g Httrems ever advertised.
? wer one to-day, sleep on ft thirty
ad then if you are not satisfied
S efnd your money.

BrtiiBS-irC fiefi

Lmgeree Cloth at, ........ ........ nd se.
40 Inch White Lawn at, .... .. 10,. 1, and 2c.
Dotted Swiss at,.... .... 1,N and ce.

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foudid here in Hot Weather Togo

to be had, all Noew

Check Dimities at............10, 15 and tOc.

Check and Plain Nainsook, Gingham,
and Colored Lawn.


Persian Lawnl at ... ....... 10, 10, 20 and 2kc. White Linen at...... .25, 50, $5c and $1.00.


Lawn and Silk Shirt Waist.

Black and White, long Gloves at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 per pr.





- The -
Cash Store.

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RUK Dried Lumber.
We are carrying a nice stock of floor-
ing, ceiling, novelty, siding and wide
boards. Come and select what you
want. Child Broe. lltf
Everything in the line of Men's
Furnishings carried by Burns & Co. 11

Roeem to Rent.
Beginning first of June I will have
several comfortably, furnished rooms
to rent. Apply to
11-4t Mrs. M C. BUTLER.

Print and Prosper.

Jesse Osborn Dead. Step Grumbltag
Jesse Osbhorn, who for a long num- if you suffer from Rheumatism or
ber of years had been a faithful ant pains, for Ballard's Snow Liniment will
valuable employee of the old Tallahas- bring quick relief. It is a sure cure
seean and of this office, died Wednesday for Sprains, Rheumatism, Contracted
at about 12 o'clock from consumption, Muscles and all pains -and within the
which followed a severe attack of La reach of all. Price 26c, 50e, $1.00. C.
Grippe, which he was laid up with about R. Smith Tenaha. Tex. writes: I have
6 months ago. From his young boy- used Ballard's Snow Liniment In my
hood days he was under us in the print- family for years and have found It i
ing office, always ready for duty, pa- fine remedy for all pains and aches. I
tient, faithful, correct and honest. He recommend it for pains In the chest."
leaves a wife, several children and hosts Sold by all druggis. *
of white and colored friends to mourn
his loss, and his memory will never be A limited amount of second class 4-
forgotten by his white printer friends, inch flooring at a very low price at
who extend to his faneily the deepest Child Bros. Lumber Yard. 9
sympathy. May the manllfe he lived For stomach troubles, billiousnes and
be taken as a guide to his sons and constition try Chamberlain's 8e
the youdi people of his race. Peats and L ver Tab ets. May rm'e be
be to his ashes! cures have been effecteedy them. Pries
Appe*d*lcUIs 25 cents. Samples free. For Sale by
Is due in a large measure to abuse of Tallaheas DrgT Co.
the bowels, by employing drastic pur- The Mikado visited Tatbaaeeeon May
natives. To avoid all danger, use only 14, and entertained a big audlnce. Go
Dr. King's New Life Pill, the safe, ing on to Quincy on the evening of the
gentle cleansers and invigorators. Guar- 15th, rain made a small house, ad r -
anteed to cure headache, billiousness, ceipta were small. T1he company re-
malaria and jaundice, at all drug stores. turned to Monticello on the 1"th, aOd is
25c. due in Thomasville on same evening.
Tallahassee welcomed the Japs most
Don't forget that Dr. Armstrong, the hospitably, and those who went ar
eye specialist, will make his regular loud and enthusiasts in their appreel-
professional call in Tallahassee the first tion of the kind and thoughtful attm-
Monday in June, and can beseen at the tions of the Tallahassee people.-Mon-
Bloxham Hotel. All forms of eye ticello News.
trouble; granulated lids and weak eyes
overcome by the most modern system Wa nt .
of treatment. Cross-eyes straighten-
ed positively without the use of the \1( Cypress Poles, 6 inches at top.
knife or operation. Glasses scientifl- :R) and 4J feet long.
cally fitted when needed. Remember CITY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT.
.'he Doctor stays but one day. 13
-Sewing machine bobbins, shuttles.
Two comfortable rooms to rent, fur- belts, screw drivers and needles, tfo
nished or unfurnished, apply no any machine, and machine oil, at i. D.
11-tf W. L. MARSHAILL Cay's. 7

S At

ehas. G. Myers.

J. Gordon Pearce.



Life Insurance

Fire Insurance

l accident Insurance

Real Estate

We handle the leading Insurance Companies and Solicit a share of
have at all times our Personal attention.

your Business,

We handle all kinds of Real Estate, Make Collections and find Tenants for your

which will

vacant Houses.

List Your Property with Us, Place Your Insurance with Us

and We Gurantee to Satisfy You.

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ssee, Fla.

5- A

ati Ce best value 1

Fa, 'Bright Stock.

t ,
We Are Now Open

Go to the DrugF Store on the
other side of Monroe St.

We are located on the east side of Monroe street
next to telegraph office where you will find every
thing new, neat and clear
Your prescriptions will always be filled as the
doctors write them.
Our MrtIL.W. Cobb will be glad to see any
Friends and is'always glad to make new ones.
Don't forget the place, next to telegraph office.

R1. W.. eobb, Drug 'Lo.

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p r= TA t t

WI *=ab@W ab n
", fte w sof ib oantyao
ft itSo beHe 00
ws hat it Passed, will not
*.t ksam ti county, but the
tIn, rawoe Bill that he In.
^ t ene ago, is a rood one.
fSa aPrReq flte Bil that he
a fewday loafero, ought to go
0 a fa", and we have no
t butr vwhaot It will. It Is a bill to
about an equalization of taxes.
fellow rich to pay h taxes on what
r t they have, an to for, anthem
b o btheiu r property hateing to
but wa worrthiAnd, if this-bill

He is proud of the fot, that he wsof

elected y the "commth e poll taxe" of hi.
county and, on nt s owny week,
when tleman, stature not make can
reblow or bluster aboutple with the dohae,
He i proud snsof the fact, that he w

had represented them with dinity and
honor, and had introduced, an had had
as many bills pamsed during the session
a any other member of the Legiala-
ture A FieD.
S A SijIficant Prayer.
"May the Lord help you make Buck-
Iln's Anica Salveknown toall," writes
J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill, N. C. It
quickly took the pain out of a felon for
mean cured it In a wonderfully short
time "Ileat on earth for sores, burns
m;idl wounds Sic at all drug stores. *
Crab Grass Hay.

'w. 'SoP' southern Cultivator has the follow r
ing on curing and saving crab grass
S "If cut in time and properly cured,
(he hay is of excellent quality. But if
allowed to stand too long it rot only
ripenes seed to infest the land again,
but the hay is of little value.
"Crab graos should be mowed just
us the first blooms appear. If a few
days longer is given there will be\
enough seed ripen and drop to keep the
land seeded and the quality of hay will
not be so good. Nearly all crab grass
hay is made from over ripegrans and is
of inferior quality.
"'Cring crab grass hay requires
close attention. It should be a bright
green color and ipoawe a sweet aro-
matic odor. Bleached, sunburned hay
is worthless. Crab grass needs close
attention in curing. Sometimes when
the cutting in light and the sun shines
hot the rake should follow immediately
after the mower, and curing should be
done in the window. The window
will probably need turning a time or
two. The thing to do in to cure it in
the shade, but cure it. Don't go to the
other extreme and put it into the barn
uncured. When the cutting is heavy
allow it to sun a short time and use a
tedder or fork to turn it. As soon as
the hay i. In condition put into cock or
window and finish curing there.
"When ready for the mrn it should
b lie dry, a bright green color and mrnell
good enough t< eat
Church Notices.
Trinity M. E. Church, Mouth, 1. S.,
Patterson, Pastor. Services Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7.00ip. m. Jurnor Ep.
worth League, 3.00 p m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. min. Al' members
requested to attend. The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
S with us.
Presbyterian Church Rev. Wmn. II.
Ziegler, Pastor. Regulr service at 11
o'clock a. m. and at *00 o'clock p. m.,
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath school
at 9.46 a. m.,
First Baptist Church, Rev. J. B.
Prultt, partor. Services: Sunday at 11
a. m. and 8:30 p. m.; Bible school, 9:46
a. m.; Junior B Y. P. U., 3'80 p m.;
Senior B. Y. P. U., Friday at 3 p. m.;
Prayer and Praise service Wednesday
at 7:30 m.
st. Jhn's. Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H Carter, Rector--Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy common.
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.
Chrirtian Science. Services are held
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., In the
front room, second story, of the build.
wig east of the postoMee. This room is
aso used as a Christian Science reading
room, and is open dally except Sundays,
between the ours of 10 and 12 o'clock
1 a.m. Al are cordially invited.

My cleaning and pressing business is
now carried on In the up-tairs part of
the Constantine building, nearly oppo-
ste the express o31oe. Also sample
lnes of Ane tailorig" "made-to-measure
lgameto. for mhn'" on display.
4-tf W. H. PRuILAND.
Phion No. 9 when you want a
plumber. R. J. Phillipe. 1is

.iuk *. act I tSOue

aitlesof g m-t, tressols of
our ci

rely at. ni hi k s andwooden

seethe t eesten to pieas before be
oyras walk "d with estor
p=a6 there g. The fts
iMk m*oth in plyn is jusi
now aordin Iaustratfie of tW W
wina ss of the eatis.M and the lfo
formeement of the ~remmet i tha
matSr of prerviag the tew. T<
pary a tree takes little m Mt tt1
refitbh, and little time, but lnct
the spaying may mesa it do @ on,.
The Lahrva of the moth are multlplylin
fast, and it is time for the Pars Do
mont to treat their devastation as
emergency ands nd a few of its eighty
or ninety employs to do battle agausl
the enemy. -B rookly Eagle.
The first member of the Woman's
Club in Tallahasse called to a higher,
holier sphere was one of it ea rter
members, Mrs. 8. 8. Lewis, whose en-
terance into the life beyond transpired
January 16th, 1907. A grand, beauti-
ful character, leaves a vacancy in the
hearts and lives of those with whor
Mrs. Lewisahas so long been associated.
Gifted with a mind of unusual intelli-
gence and marked ability, she has ever
been the centre of Interest in an ideal
homn, and a joy to the many friends
who found great pleasure in converse
and association with such a rare and
cultured woman.
Her deeds of generous love and kind-
ness will rise up and call her blessed ;;
for many long years, and her quiet,
but abundant enarities, will be sadly
missed in the community in which .he
lived, beloved and revered The Wo-
man's Club deem it an honor to hav.
the name of Mrs. S S Lewis on ,it
roll, and in this memorial unite in .sr-
row at having to part with such nota-
ble one of its charter members. They
will long feel the influence of her brave
spirit, and hope for a glad reunion in
the( Great IBeyond -where the sunshine.
of G(d'st love will obliterate all the
shadows, and where the broken ties of
thi life will be connected indis.4olubly
through all eternity.



CeOmwnmeg April 15th a spdal rate% 9t12
per day amd with Bath wl be made Br

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hI od UlivW on ehmm8 a hee
sad mtethe l ng
Many people inherit weak 1"r
which are likely to be attae *by
consumption. B o also a e ass
weakened by disease or by a tbbora
hacking cough.
Vi0o1, which is real cod Eer prep
ration with all the useloe oil Wlmlk
nated and tonic iron added, aremgth.
ees weak lungs and gives o the
power to throw off wastlig adiseame
We ask every person safrlat
from weak lungs, stubborn backing
coughs or any wasting disease to try
Vinol on our guarantees
TaoDahassee Drus Company.

Economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me lbforer purchasing.
I am generall Agent for
the s.lh of the Economy
Fen-4., a.ni know it to be
the ver-

BEST and

Can I lh biilt formless than
15 cent- a Rod.

William Roberts,!

40)-tf Centrevill. - Florida.

If its plumbing, see us. R. J. l'hil- -
lips. 13 j
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Myers, of St. Jih .
Petersburg, Fla., are guests of Hion
and Mrs. Fred. T. Myers. WH[E W
Mrs. W. A. MacWiiliams left yester- WH[ L W
day for Tallahassee to join her husband
and remain until the close of the legis-
lature and In the meantime will visit
her daughter, Miss (ertruoe who is a Gener
student at the Woman's college there. Horse
--St. Augustine Correspondent Times-1 prt v
Union, 20th p f, "
of ext

Doe Tou Love
your baby? You worldei why i- c(.rieC
uy a bottle of Whitc'e Cirearnm Vi mi-
fuge and he will never cry. Most ba-
bies have worms, and themnothers don't
know it. White's Cream Ve'rmifuge
ruid the child of worms awl cleanis out
its system in a pleasant way. Every
mother should keep a bottle of this
medicine in the house With it. fear
need never enter her mind. V'rie' 2.5<.
Sold lly all druggists.

D. Ferrell,


,al Repair Shop.
Shoeing by an ex-
vho has had years
perience. .- .

A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satisfactiOn guaran.



NeOlect It Tinning, Plumbing
It is a serious istak Sheet-Metal W ork
to neglect a weak heart. It
is such a short step to All work in the line of
chronic heart disease. Rotinir. Guttering. Spout-

When you notice irregu-
larity of action, occasion-
ing short breath, palpita-
tion, fluttering, pain in
chest or difficulty in lying
on left side, your heart
needs help-a strengthen-
ing tonic. There is no bet-
tor remedy than Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure. Its strength-
ening influence is felt al-
most at once.

VOW gnme
Mil" bMedlosiC40 zu*Akt usi

ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. .

Plumbing a Specialty.

Cream Vermifuge

Ima SesW tmeat 0"T *o
Balmtrd-Sew LImlfteat Co.
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Dr.. F. Gourly ProOr.

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Open Day and Night. Rooms Neat and Clean.
with the Best the market affords.



Meal, 25 Cento.

Lodging. 35


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

*606, *****a soil go 5 **as *c Ft* 4 tasc11t0so" |

'Known Heretofore as the Hancock House.
Opposite the
State Capitol
Mrs. M. C. Butler,
Proprietor. . .

Special Rates to Legislators on
. Application. .

A Public Benefactor.

What the Thomasville chiropodist
Is able, to eorrects

Soft Corns, IUunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty. Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Persainrs Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

To The Public.
Having suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now Ibeing free from'
such pain, I most cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, SurgeonChiropodist, of Thomasville, Ga. --Macon Telm,"O L
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, PistofficO, Mac*n

Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Masge, HairDraw.
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wve a specialty.

A woman finds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking she "
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and co mely Wi
in head hands and feet.Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nailis un--a--. *i1
they effect the eye-aight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every e-rdr
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.

Or. Robert

E. Williams,

Sargeon Ohlropodist Masseur,

Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.

C. ". SCHOEMAKER, Propr.
Under New Management.

50 w Wsht of yousr & aN by b v
Repair your Boots and Shm e. Sint CIa Wor. SatUeein.m
Abe we haveR in csmmocto wit% m m Ny g so
S*M w rW moey irsta Tailorltw o "M,
No. 343 CM A ?qs Ma

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M" t, ma ew .

BNr ead M.
du teeothe work of

.weIe Sa rp Jothre .
..~sse pe aeed nOtse.

W. Howard, o
S. n I. Schoogave the annu-
*fith amust rie s ot
M i e M. P. Twine, L.
M and B. Shrwbury bor, the
Mhorn with well prepad
a Preetlmeties" was render-
S w too grdat tobe an-
|^. .P J. G. Riley and his faculty
weeni well deaervd plaudits.
H the exerelese of the Commence-
S were held in the chapel of the
la 1 of the elsant bueldin
S tdThep oar HosoabvieSihool Boeard.

ood f e, water on the campus
S wew aeats are needed, and will be
S thereby next term. ***
>. If Teu Want to Kew

JG t deRelopment along agricultu-
alU read the Florida Fruit and
Trhck Grower, Oeals, Fla. Hand-
S IMely ilustrated magazine. F b-
o. rpti one year, $1.00. Single cop-
le, 10 Oents. A peeial trial offer ot
a. xis months subecription for 25 cents is
S ma readers of the True Democrat.
Stamps taken. 10
nTapa Times, 21st: The man who
Sbrcu nte a report in Tallahassee that
the merchants and people of Tampa are
o dto orIndigeient to the holding
State fair here is a prevaricator
eaB ,red with whom Ananias was an
o rof truth and light.
A full line bf Bath Tubs Closets,
Lavatories Kitchen 8inks, Slor Sinks,
and Plumbin Supplie on hand for
our Inspection. See them at R. J.
Phillips'. 13
seed Werds mer Chamberlala's Cough
People everywhere take pleasure in
tetifyng to te goodalities of Cham-
berlan' Cough remedy. Mrs*. Edward
Philips of Baiay, Md., writes: I wish
to tell you that I can recommend Cham-
berlasn' Ctouh Remedy. My little girl,
SCatherie, who is two years old, has
been taking this remedy whenever she
iba bad a cold since she was two
motha old. About a month ago I con-
tracted a dreadful cold myself, but I
taok Chamberlains Cough Remedy and
was soon as well as ever. This reme-
dy is for sale by Tallahasee Drug Co.

.. d tor a sar stNk *t l I ta Ka I
SMsut c ase asseson

har po at ctvearsuii asn ortha
mam gmeat e ld sem et s is s.
M the s Cito StWak it fiworrT e

dented h h IBtem t theUAr *nD D mI1
toAN be te ctealt ee r t to be ai lawful
*r **n>- *eet e huetalatioe toh Axediy the
sabchobane or by Ita do Dtn at a meeting

tham*da ean a4 annual

t o ewi e rs no aW eer-
* to be D c ee t orb thestoee .bel .hall e
hou heof Dntw amoun t b n o r litll-
tor whi nathv t ahNrA annal imeang
seat lf shll be twenty tdioe indMt

the oadeay and a oa tsea ithb oanrual

and athe ls nt shetas sh n beast.e

hento ot theof Dir hands d ub C.bed theirAuy.
J. M l nd T. A. A y. McDnl.

CThe of Leon. t tdn or liabili-
tyand to Which the orporation can tat and Counttime ub
iet it lf huallppbe A. thou J. R.and Mcla

SH. P. Bna and Crs id AT of to me wcrib

knowT, a katowns to bethe itidua i who
tbssa, w&d d tt t e
ande trhely amount of hare taken by and are a
T. A. Ausley. of Tallahs aw lhda.. or00 areas
C. D. AuIsy. TallaCas Ia. 100 OharwN.
J. R. McDaniels Tallahat. oa. 1t hars.

H. P. Boart. llke-sa June Pa.. 100. shar.t
In tnhe Dstrunt Court of the Unitat have
To the Credtorsof the Tandand hss Meried their

CJempttse of Wallb haeee, in the County of
Noam on the rebyien th day of nay. A. D. 197.
TMa, A.D1,of, the sarid T MT. A. As6eW My s.
ompay, wa duly adjuded 1,nkruptey and.
J. R.. McDanie.
H. P. Bogart.

that ofrm of its credto wd h
Coat Thas n Leon Coun .lor, on e
Sw tie a otary Publcreditors duy prove mmiione
eiand ualed Int taorustee, exand te band County
peroally appeared T. A. Anley. J. R. McMan-
ieL H.P. Bort ad C. Auey. to mre well
known. and known to be the individuals wh-
"Kindne is alwnotie and pplueror, and for
amco rely ansits exluntarily for the and pu
poa s therein eaxpreed
Ha witaP. whBeroft have hereunto set my
eand and seal o te to hithe 1lth day of May.
Notary thbee State of a Ina. at large.
My cremhusnd xepire. June lath. 1310. i-6t
In the Diatrict Court of the United
States, Northern District of Florida.
In Bankruptcy.
In the Matter of the Tallahasee Merchantile
Involuntary Bankrupts.
To the Creditorsoof the Tallahaee Merchantile
Company, of Tallahaer in the County of
Leon and District aforesaid. In Bankruptcy.
MayI A. D. 1\W. the said Tallahassee Merhan-
ile Company. was duly adjudged bankrupt; and
that the first meeting of It creditors wilt beheld
at Tallahasee. in Leon County. hlorida, on the
leot day of May at three o'clock In the afternoon
at which time the rid creditor may prove their
celan. appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupts
before maid meeting
Dated thao atth day of May. A. 1th7.
it Referee In Bankruptcy.
"Kindness is always a cowqueror, and.
courtesy asits exponent."


wsue aes 4t t7_

dthe- t i_ 'th bered

exist for ninety-nine Ik E
fy. dn
d hy i-5d <^lws, *B oa not rm
tha tt M e A president. a 0 otlon's. You ne d 2A
-A maybeI" -6- yo by the quality. "My wards b ,

In tjanuarBCi when I -my that you an
bt..t.asetf.toftbea hld best, or that a diamond Is at
SW .il ia m water, it is as unalteabu a .
:kI.&' of the Medes and Pereln .
c t tth ./ ] P. T. NICHOLSON,'i
The hih~ 11W10t4e debtednes to which A
the AZmp a thMr air subject tself shall
the mo s w o a Capital stock. r ""
The Msid lMsebe to the following A Capef Wht e w or 'a

I3&1 -. Florid,,ve shares.
Bsve H.OffMK p>M. nrioridstn*MUhk.
N. Ui e s* w I oa. ni is what goe stras t to the
herel. every man at breakda me
S Har In witss wbl dionld subcri. one iknow that eao goodd I
ber hve h.eremitde A thnr nme: good coffee. We take
Bl W. Cobb.
,,.. cth oour brand, as they have
R.. iWilliams. store famous. jJut aw g
10-5t L.L.Harlan. fee we sell are teas, whi h
Nette r Pa atle holds good throughout our mtWie
NDtAmsfe oh r TE blicae on, We sel nothing but the best
LAND OPrsn AT OAINMlvLLyL F A.. products-those we have tes.tat
Not v tht cmu of---elves, and so m stand by them
Notice is a tat March Crouel of 41s pofinsopvaf ir J. W. Cog gug Gggi
Mir, Ihm d& aoticte of his intention to '
claim. vis: Hmetm Entry No. 81476 mad.
April 15b a he 1o1 .tt M
it made be T H aods.a U. B. Commis-
d r at lh i, on July 6. 3107.
Hn ames a he b l* witness to prove his
cotinousm s Mle gopen, and cultivation of. the app ColoT s
af Charges. Joe Ash. Samuel P. Chair e
Bradtee c .ChraaFais, You know that therM r* oDors whh
N 8. Cus. Resisteor. Indicate happinesse-but do you ever stop to ow pepO
Amlaataer'* Netlce. madesad or glad becim of the alo
dU RI s m iY GIVN *O ALL You know that children and flowers thrive bes
S iY G tIVb te. an Id to thesunshine. Why not have more sumhine
peseoes havin or d and rinst tim- *wn home, then-why no t how you
tate Iat tmm Ij. Car. deeda. Ito o f Leon 1I Nh walb by using
county. lmo. to present meh claims or de-
mands to tue underslrned within one year from I
this date, otherwise same will be forever de-
Th a 17th day of May. 1 9.
Administratrix PE at of Emma J. Cr.
Talahassee. Vi.. may .1. 1 .2-t B h f Y u
rjetmer's Net e. with Alaestin r lWA
12OTICE HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED- them more art lc
N itI leaves, distributoW., and to all persons able, more anitary,
having claims or demands against the etat of make your home a
Council A. Bryn. Sr.. 4decesed. late of LMon ful place toll in LIAe
eunIty, n to preseat claims or demandLs
to the undersiTned within two years om this you how eas and
date, otherwise me will be forever debrred. Alabastine is and how
This sixteeth (16th) d of 13y fervent tints a i
sExecutor Estate of Conul A. Bryan. Sr.. igma5n be 0mb- MI
dseeas*a. m m1t dJe
For Sale. dwa.
Two beautiful lots at Panacea Springs, o S
one adjiolning Mr. Hall's house. Ad- N.O;Ty "i"aa
dress Mrs. erond, 179 High Street,
Orange, N. J. 9-tf

Prof. AUTHUR WILLIAMS, Sec. & Treas.

Dr. W. L. Moor,
D. R. Cox,

R. J. Evans,
Oscar VanBrunt.


A. A. Marphree,


From 16 to 25. Chua 1, $S.50-.. ..Annual dues, .76 From 40 to 46, Clas 6, $4.60 Annual dues, $1 26
From to 80, Clas 2, 8.00...... Annual dues, .75 From 46 to SO, Clas 6, 5.00 -Aasaldues, 1.26
Prn 80 to 8,6 Clan 3, 3.50... Annual dus, 1.00 From 60 to 56, Clas 7, 6.00 ...-An#al dues, 1.60
Vrn86 to 40O. Cis 4, 4.00 ...Annual des. 100 From 56 to 0, Clas 8, 7.00 Annaaldues. 2.00

Initiation is paid but once no assessment except in case of a death in yuor

division, when each member is assessed $1.15.

A division is 1000 members all

equal with $1000 of insurance each, with a fair, equal chance to help each other: at

eost. You can get in now as charter member at cost.
Live agents wanted, address,

9 .

L. N. MILAM, Tallahasssee, Fla.

Don't Have Your
At the Mill.

I build them under a
Guarantee, havebuilt
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
We He Adkinson,
P. O. Box 4,
Tallahassee, Florida.

Choice Fresh JBread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers



Suberibe to The True Demomrt.

4 .~. ~.
~ ~ 4
~ A

:t~ -

Md. under Itis Mc. Chptr 411,
.iarida..jwoan UM amount @f WeW
to dk ClOoslort f of Lam SS esta
to be for the currMat
tIafurmdlabwm th cc te om toeR
funh w which su=b taxivesse
T Tal TY Year 10W ... . .
Amount paid to May lot., 1W3 ......j


Ain't Pik It May let. 10 5.iM IA
Ain't PadUto3Mayst 17 3Ia" "Le
ilMa etun....'.U-'.s.'-. .
Amn't Paid to Ma tLot. IMT .3.mN 53
ioioan diO .... -.. . ss.

AttMts .T.
Clork CiretltCourt. LaM Cmat
lot. IM.

appUcatle forw Dmcahae as r men
Ne e isbaer wgiven that I wil.am the
Eieulrtx of te het willUd tantd-
vart .t te -sa'
D. Ha n ban '*v
lxesetrix of Last wIl aWdtw mlwea
t. Hartt. docsed.

See John Collins for Job Pia .

A 4


Special Tallahassee Division.

L. C. YAEGER, President.

Thos. B. Byrd,




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There's Just

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N M ,A Anon ,,t, Can do more than offer to re-
NO rian O. place any defective part of the
vehicle he has sold you if its guaranteed. But there are very
few men who will back their vehicles with a guarantee because
they know the materials and workmanship are a "bit shy" in
quality. You ,want to dodge such goods or you lose out--the
dealer dosent. -

SW don't Find a "hedging" in our place-We
YoU Won't ilga o r Busggies and Wag-
ons. Only manufacturers of the best vehicles made can get m to
carry their goods --and we're willing to pass the good work to you
th GCratee, Too

We Can Afford to do this because
we're seldom called upon to replace
defective parts.

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