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: June 21, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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andt was cnaracteried as bei..n ain Camp aign in Georgia" Joseph M scenes give splendid satisfaction In this I to cripple the state schools during
questonably one of the most terrific Brown ) community M HI. RODNEY & Co Al- lotal $669,710 3:4 recent session of the Legislature shows
masketry uels ever witnessed; but -- mond, Ala Chamberlain's medwines that his constituents made no mistake
Thomas, having been re-inforced by Mrs. Brooks, mother of Mrs. .J. T are for sale byv Tllahassee >Iru < o. The popular firm of Duval Brow., al in promoting him from the House to
Granger and Steadman. who had moved Bradford, who has been ill for ome store ways progressive, has put in an up-to i the Senate. Harry Buckman is today
without orders, to join him, held this weeks at her daughter's home. left this date cashier system, and is making one of the ablest men in the State of
position until the rest of the Federal week to spend the summer among the The Normal School of the Florida other changes and improvements which Florida (;ainesville Sun.
Jifm of battle had been routed, and only mountains of North Carnbhna. She was State College for Women giwned last will tend to enlarge their businem ss o.
Xetreated on the evening of the' 20th. accompanied by Mim Irene Hradford. Monday. when the Fali season open______ Go to Collins for your job printing.

VOL. 3.


Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; ual Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.

NO. 17.

BATTLE OF Jr *sDavis A .sus. oN. Th Service of Th Newspaper. THE LEGISLATURE
CICA IAUGA He makes the foUowing announce- The masters of the Republican ma-
ment in Tuesday's Ti -Uniom: Tribute to the Cit Marshal of chmin Albany have surrendered to AND COMMENTS.
Editor Times-Union-please announce JacksSoYvle Woth beedIg. Gov. Hughes' pleading that the news-
Frewm "Xquatain Canpal Itsthat i am a can ate for state house papers had so Influenced public opinion
r "e ta Campa th r bef the people of ourdearly The follow tribute to "Cap." that the opposition was hopeless. Gov. What Florida diters Thk ad
Georga" by Ja .oved state. I want this office, not Edwin P. the nominee for Pennypker of Pennsylvania failed to
acotJ o my cf m pt y city marshal ot lonville, appeared muae the paper which threatened a f A t It.
olland, Fla., June 6, 1907 somuch on aount of m y competency, in th last numberof the White pri the downfall ofa corrupt machine in The following legislative remeniscen-
Dear Sir: I send under separate cov- in bad financial condition. Herald: the Gibraltar of its power and now it is
er, the Chicamaua Battle, and ask If elected, and I want the job, I will "In the city of Jacksonville this coifess that Six million dollars were ces is by representative-editor McKin-
you to copy the brief history of that appoint my son chief janitor at a good week there was held a primary ele. stolen in building ed furnishing a eie, of the Palatka Times-Herald:
grtbttl which is corectn eve a t my son his a er wo t. For the oilsee of city marshal state capitol. Ruef, in San Francisco, The close of the session--sixty long
way. Itgivesthe beginning, ending and will be clerk in the ofce at a good there were several candidates, among fensse his rimo s and teutifiee days--that for someof the members,
results, with going without a general salary. Not having much to do they them be a common, ordinary every newspapers had convinced the peopleof at least passed all too swiftly-brought
debate of the battle. So few young will a ply, naturally, for every vacant day indiu who was a street car hi m t and the verdict of a jury wth t a touch of regret- regret at
people of this community know any- clerks hip at the cpitol until both are conductor. "Cap." Douglass was thatItnd the verdict of a jury wth it a touch of regret--regret t
thin about the cival war and its his- drawing double salaries from the state. man. For fowrtn years he has been woe avail nothing. In Florida g- parting perhaps forever with friends,
tory is why I want this particular piece running car, always o time, always le r who thought he could control the new and old- regrets at leaving fair
o is why I want this particular piece. Then my son has in aunt-in-law, or urbane and ertm, always attentive slature finds himself denied the
of this l large inserted m your paper, some female relative of the family who to duty, ng personally tatuteshe needed in his business be. Tallahassee, which, seated high on its
I know they will all have a hane t can write for the newspa rs, an I can after the w and comfrt of hiscause the newspapers had area made red hills, looks out upon the rich, roll-
hurne no t at h~er ^aufieJbtha .tht e arhchlrna ie 1eay cepurpose*lear. What agent except
an it then. I amnot rekisun et her a fine ob that w easily passe a shielding and pro- rpoelear. What agent except ing slopes ofthedistant hillsides and
gle tfoeni a F ida soldier unless he t ha fnfe o to t h aories f ed, the weanrchId t ar lw s er web tthe meaning o i- the quiet valleys, touched perhaps with
say glory for myself, for there is no her in the front ranks of Florids nda- tooting the women and childihoedt meanino inthe qi tae toche perhapl th
glory for a Florida soldier unless he vorite feminine felicitious fairies. She just here he oug t be, suran contributions to campaign a he
was a member of the 2nd Florida regi- will also want two jobs beside writing ous "en h Ma e he was never funds and the effect of such "gifts? the last rays of the setnna sun, or
ent and got kicked at fighting, for the newspapers. Of course, as an rimanded by those who employed him. on he government of the country? bathed in the silvery mist of early
With best wishes, ACK tor I would have charge of the grounds o black mark was against him, the quote only a few of the latest in- morn.
surrounding the capitol and see to their city was his fried. stances furnished by historyofrthe fact There is not in all Florida a fairer
On the 18th of September, 1863, was glory and loveliness. 1I would have an "uFrom Hstrt ear conductor to fully appreciated y Jefferson th a pot than quaint old Tallahasme, no
fired the first gun of what is known as Adams' apple adorn the center, without marshal of the city of Jacksonvle is free press was the ony guardian of are its hospitable and courtly people
the great battle of Chickamauga The a Beard, because I don't know whether an excellentpromotion and Douglass has liberty to a free peophid And the everywhere to be duplicated.
position of the two armies that morn- the apple had a beard or not, and the achieved it. esson s not hid der a bushel. Tallahassee belongs to the past It is
ang, in brief, was as follows: chances are against it, Next I would When he announced for the office of How should the people consider the of the olden time, and scarcely a nook
Rosecrans occu ed the northwest have a beautiful tree with its love marshal the women and children rallied attacks ofgovernors and party bosses or corner of the quiet, picturesque
er ( deerminedknowton the liberty of the the? When a town but breathes fragrant memorial s
bank of West Chic amaug Creek his foliage and its Burr-s, and 'd know it to his assistance. They talked, they on the lialberty of the press? When a town but breathe ragrantmemoriesthof
line extending its sinuous course lor a was Dunn: before close attention had worked, they brought to bear every in- ublic ofnical complains of strictures on those dim dead days when it was the
dozen miles or more, guardian all the ceased. fluence possible or his success, and is conduct in the public press instead centre of the social life of all the coun.
Sfords, bridges, or other places or Of course, I'd have to have a Broome why? of defending himself from them and try round about, and when wealth
transit, for the purpose of preventing to sweep clean, and a Buck-man to use "He had been their friend and pro- seeks to silence the voice of public planters and men of leisure had tho
a crossing by te Confedreate arm it properly and concisely. I wouldn't tector; he had been genial and social in conscience by gag-law, what is the in- town houses there.
The Confederates were on the south want a shrill whistle to wake up the the performance of his duties; he had ferencharge the votfalse why not quoted draw? If the re- aSome of us will alwaysure think of Ta
east side of the creek, which is very employes, but would take up a Crill shown them loyal consideration and charge be falprovse wh not quote thpeople con- laassee with pleasure; and t
muddy and generally quite deep; and one, which might not wake up the citi- cheerful manliness, not because he ex- cord to phe jury and from the people con-ar we may never again walk its quet
Bragg's idea was to force his way over, zens of Tallahaesee, but it would let pected to become a candidate for public stitute the ury and from the popular streets or again pass beneath the ver-
at various points, and fight the battle them know all were there on time. I'd office, but because it is the genuine man judgment the office should not shrnk. dant arches of its venerable oak, our
on the Chattanooga side of the creek. plant a Palm-er tree for its beauty, within him. His reward has come. To such pleas the people should turn a thoughts will ever turn to the old novel
At Reed's Bridge, in Catoosa County, even if I had to Gilchrist to get it and "Young men politeness and gentle deaf ear. From centuries the freedom charm and repose of the ancient city
Ga. some seven miles west of Ring- ship via Jennings. These are beautiful manner are the stepping stones toWith the freedom the press;ino nit o f theold red his of Leon.
gold, a detachment of Michigan cavalry trees, and wouldadorn the grounds ever marked achievements and popular dist- causwih he an afford to sem of the press; no in spite of the apparent dissatisfac-
was stationed, with orders to prevent so much. inaction. Be courteous, and especially cause can afford to see ts champion tion at the course of the Legsblature,
any advance by the Confederates. I would not let the public Trammell look to the omort and happiness of overpowered. I the people desire and there were many ableand brilliant men
Having been three for a day or more, on the beautiful grounds, nor Crane the women and children. value self-government as they should in both branches.
their commander determined, that their necks viewing the scenery. I'd "We are glad 'Cap' Douglass won. they should stand by its champions; In the Sena we such mn as
morning, to send about two hundred make C-room for Bar-cus and he's wil- "In this day of sorid greed and self- when the newspaper is suppressed, Adams, Brimell, Massey,
mounted men across the bridge, for the ling- so that it wouldn't be so crowded ish motives, it is refreshing to see a freedom is dar waig near tas grave. Crane, Harris l and dCrll.-
purposeof reconnoissance, and develop- at the capitol. I may think of other young man honored who is true to theThe newspaper i not always right, but men ho wo any legislative
ang the Confederate position. At the needed i provements at the capitol duties devolved upon him. Let this in the long run the aood it does atones hall. Adams we st
same time ho ordered that the planks be and on its grounds which I may promotion be a 'essoar let it stimulate for every mistake of omission or com the ablest me a
loosened, so that, when the cavalry re- make known later on, and will the young men; let others cultivate the sion-Tims Union. Park Tramn wou ih energy, a o-
turned, these could be dropped into notify the good people of the state. habit, and let it be known that the DraageB Bil Def ve. da and you resin pro-
the creek, and the bridge thus racti- In the meantime, reserve your vote chief city of Florida appreciated and Tropical Sun: It now comes out th The Houe was r for ts
call destroyed. Thedetachment cross- for me for Janitor. JEFF L. DAVIS has awarded honor to the man who did T ropical Sun: I t now comes out that Them house was rema able for its
ed the stream, as ordered, and the White Springs, Fla., June 10, 1907. his duty constantly and faithfully, and the ablest lawyers in the ate sa that members who had both youth and
work of loosening the planks was com- Quit your foolishness Jeff, or first who was a friend to the women and the drainage act, and the railroad tax ability. Among them were Parkinson
menaced by the others. thQ youko oness il be led be children. measure, are ot worth the paper they of Volusia; Calkins of Nassau; Malone
en byn the ot hers, s ir thing you know, you will be pulled be- are written on. The Tampa Daily of Monroe; Clark of Jeffer ason;Rowe
The scouting party, however, had fore a court, or into a mandm-usall "A pretty lesson '-Times Union e written onsays: The Tampa Daily of Monroe; Clark of Jeffer Rowe
scarcely begun deploying on the east case for "obfusticating" so many pub- June 5th. "Take for instance the biltaxing oaf Madison; Williams of allson;
side of the creek before the Confed- lic utterances in relation to matters T ake foR $1 in e Ofai active l t ai Smith of Lake, and Willis of Levy.
rates, who had been watching them over which our High Czar has control John L. Neeley For Railroad Com- rairoads $10 a mile, irrespective of Of the members grown gray or bald
somc 'u plie o h e yd istnt andad m n aamnto man some edoue of thundre yards distant, and management miss er lawyers said to be clearly unconstitu- eorge Mathews, Ed Wartman,ac
mit of the elevation rising from the s Perhaps no political announcement tonal, which is, at all events, unjust. Williams, Watson, Griggs. Dorman,
bridge, opened fire, from a couple of under orders from General Rlosecrans that has been made in this State for the There is a general impression that the McClellan, Wilson of Lee, and Wilsmon
pieces of artillery. The very first dis- himself. past several weeks will mean more to railroads of this state are not paying of Hernando,
charge secured therange of the bridge, The total losses sustained have never the voters or be received by them with their share of the taxes. As a matter Reese, of Pensacola, was the "talkllg
and a bombshall exploding upon it, been definitely ascertained, but it is more favor than the one that was went of fact, they are paying much more member, there always is one: and no
knocked up some of the planks, and generally estimated that there were out from Tallahasee last week to the than their share. The total aPessedt other man wasted so much timet- in ns-
killed one man and wounded two others. over 26,000 men killed and wounded in effect that John L. Neeley would be a valuation of the state is about $14 thX)- less oratory. He was on the floor at
Almost at the same instant a volley of the two armies during these bloody candidate for Railroad commissioner to (h. while that of the railroads is albut I least an hour a day, and as it costs
musketry was fired from the same posi- three days, on and near the banks of succeed Commissiner John L. Morgan, $26;,(K,000(), n earlyone fifth of the total about $150 an hour to run a Florida
tion. The work of destruction of the the Chickamauga, or "tiverofDeath," who has announced that he will not be- valuation of the state for purpose of Legislature, the "kicker" from Escam-
bridge by the Federals instantly ceas- as the Indians had prophetically named come a candidate fr re-election. I taxation. On the other hand. the roads bia proved a somewhat expensive propo-
ad, and there was stamped efor cover it. Among the killed was the federal When the Railro(ad (ommission was ow only about one fifteenth of the en- sition. It is to this gentleman, with the
to the forest nearby The detachment ;neral Lvtl, the' author of the fa- organized in 1897, and the men consti- tare property of the state. aid of Mathews of Marion, that must
of cavalry on the east bank, seeing the mous and beautiful aroem. I am dying, touting the first ( p'4emnsson began ast. on.eMrvative people ere. hIaveM ry tie ascribed the defeat of the measure
folly of attempting to cross the bridge Egypt, dying." The (Cnfederatesap-, ing about for a S ,retary. it wai seen little oubt that th courts will make providing for the erection of Stephen
under a raking tire, galloped northeast- turned 8.141 prisonets. cannonrms, over that for this posit 'n a man of patlene, t short work of the new drainage law, tRussell Mallory's statue in the Hall of
ward, down the creek. endeavoring to s15,0) stand ofi small arrs, about f'rty of ability, of unt ring energy, of d.,vo which is said to Hea very di fect.ive. The Fame; and to say the least, the asover-
find enem wtheri crying place. Aetter standards, and an oortmoeus amount of tion to duty, and ol f hat ,lute ho t, administration fa ction s.ems to look sos cast upon the memory of the (eon-
going about a mile and a half and find- nrmv stores. was needed. I.p i tho shoulder.- oi tIhe u in this question aF s. ,thd but in federated Secretary of the Navy came
ing no regular f. rd, they swam their i'The battletioid wa s pirmipally in a; Secretary would fFll the hardest work this. they a re priatily mistaken in very had taste from a man who him-
hrses through th strea and thu es- le el. thikly wooded ,lain, where it of the new ('omnim siln, for rules woir State Treasurer's I rt. self lives in elm acola, where Senator
horses through the stream. Rerot fs le. (Ma l. hassoln at R.ewslker, reRe
rates chargfbel across the bridge, dis- w;as hard toi use artillery with much ef- to be adopted and pit in force, statiii Malry has so long relied.
persed the cavalry, and inm~mdiately fe ct, and where the movementsof large ties were to ie gat iiihered and conahiled. r-he monthly report of Hon. W. V. Te presiding oflivers of both houses
downward, towards Alexander's Bridge. bolires of trro,,i w, ar'led in h- a nd- a thousand ,tr r o intricate and co'm-, Knott, State Treamurer, filed with the laid down their gaveols with the esteem
about one mile and a half distant, an(, security. pl x problem- h.i, to, be solved For' governorr shows balance in the Treas- puid goKsi will of all. Speaker Mathews
after quite a .struggle, aao .sqasion of0 It is stated that ither, wre numerous ,this position tha. Commissioners were r ury to the credit of the several State proved himself to be thoroughly com-
this was also secured. Later on during instances of where, portions of the ar- fortunate in set cring John L Neely, andi Educational Funds at the close of tent for tne positiodi. while President
the day crossing was effected at several my's line were driven back y its ene- and the success of the ( ommss on the business May 31, 1907, as follows: Ilarris disarnied opposition by his suav-
other points Accordingly next morn- m and these, in turn, woukldind them- rapid manner in which it won th0i tavor General Revenue Fund.. $16s,322..9 ty and tact
ing found Bragg's army, in line of bat- s ,ves caught by a cross fire, or almost and support of th people of Florida One Mill School Fund. .34,r34 7 r attaches or the hou.e, from chief
tie, on the northwest side of Westt surrounidd by a counter M uccetsiful was due in no little part to the able and Pension Tax Fund 266.388 29 clerk to page. were all that could be
Chickacnaug ('reek. The struggle then movement by the other side. expedient manner inr which Secretary State Board of Health Fund 80,048 93 desired, atnd the writer takes this occa-
began, which continued with such des- The strength of Rosecrans' army. Neeley handled th business coming be- Principal of School Fund 3,545 25 ion to extend his thanks and apprecia-
perate fury, and resulted in such dis- durmg the three day's struggle, was fore that odv Interest of School oFuad 392.19 n tin for courtesies extended by them
tressing carnage to both sides, during 64,392 Bragg opened with 33,582 the Mr Neeley re.-rnegd his ahliton in Principal of Seminary Fund 4,9t.7 ; Those worthy of special mention are
the next three days. first day; but during the second day 1901 to enter upHm, the practice' if his Hire of State Convicts Fund e9,274 14 .,. G Kellum, chif clerk; A. (t Steph-
o c sm t h was re-nforced by longstreet's corps. profession in 'liahena e.t anrd sincethat Indian War Claims Fund 2.HO' on ens, assistant; Nat it. walker, reading
Braggl object nseem to have been which had just arrived from Viraginia. time has made ra'i.l advances in his ine Drainage Tax Fund, ,or.4 57 clerk; (;,,rge l)ce kinson, ball clerk: A
to crush Roserans' left wing, and e and which made his total force engaged of work until teiay he stands at the A ricu tural College Fund 2. 4 97 York. engrosing clerk, antd B F
cure possession of the road leading 47,321. Longstreot's troops arrived via head of the bar ,,f the Capital of Flor- I/laite College Morrill Fund. 8;1.27 i mstevd. enrolling clerk.
through Missionary Ridge, via Ross- the Western & Atlantic Railroad, and ida. ihe is e.ar''.,t and sincere nn hin Colored College Morrall Furni 2,203 49 When it came to a show-down Gov-
ville, to Chattanooga. The result of deployed from the trains at Ring old every endeavor ani will make Florida Hatch Experiment Station ernor Hrward swung both branches of
the battle is well known Rosecrans' and dreenwooed, just below, and hur- one of the be't leunlroad Commissioners Fund. .2,5r3.67 tae Leguslatur*. It as true it was near
army was routed and driven back to ried in the midst of the fray she has ever had No man in the State Adams Experiment Station the closing hours, but it did the work
which General Thomas took on Snod- As a result of this battle, the Federal is better qualified for the important du- Fund. 2.926.99 just the aame.-Manatee Record
grass Hill, and his heroic defence of army was driven back into Chattanooga ties of this office thud John 1 Neeley. Interest of Seminary Fund 37 90 The unanimity with which the bill ap-
hat position, ard the check which he and the Confederates occupied Mission- and we predict the voters of Florida Florida Female College Inci- i propriatmng money for the prolpr equip-
tave to the onfederatesat that whint, ary Ridge and Lookout Mountain, from will so decide when they are given the dental Fund 1.4'*4.f ment and maintenance of the Florida
the defeat of Rosecrans would have which later they could overlook Chat. opportunity to express themselves at Proceeds of College 1'rp,'rty I University, State Woman's College, and
been a crushing one, and the sweep of tonooga, and by the ipsession of which the polls. Holm,.e countyy Advertiser Fund It1.27 Deaf,. Dumb and Blind Institute, pas-
the Confederate advance may have ex- they were enabled to break Rosecrans' Totter Cred. Bilnd, Deaf & I)umb lnen- sod the recent Legislature, shows that
tended baek to Kentucky, and have al- communications by rail with Nashville. dental Fund 34 07 the people of Florida are alive to the
D most changed the fate of the war. Thus matters continued for two months, A lady customer of ours had suffered (olored Normal C~mtingent : importance of the higher education of
"But great battles are fought behind during which there was great suffering with tetter for two or three years. It Fund 2.23 the youth of the State. Senator Buck-
the Stars." among the Federal soldierly in Chatta- got so bad on her hands that she Experiment Station inciden- man of Duval county is the author of
nesa, on account of the difficulty in could not attend to her household tal Fund 35.80 the present higher educationlaw, which
Tg struggle at Snodgrass Hill was tng provisions, stores. etc.. across duties. One box of Chamberlain's' University of Florida Inci- I was enacted in 1905 and the ability
desperate and bloody in the extreme, the country in wago:.s ("From Moon- Salve cured her Chamberlain's medi- dental Fund 1.26I with which he opposed every attempt


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JOeRN COLLIUS, PIrF rt1 r.u.
.nterad a A Her>nd C(laa Matter March 31, l#Of,. at
the Poet Off Act of Convreus of March 3. if79.
OmK o'n Telephone Iluildinr. Corner Adanm and
C(lintim Htreet.. Telephone No. 190
subwcrlptkon, 1.00 P'r Yer, In Advance-.
Adyertiuin IRat. ors Applicateion.

The True I)Deocrrt is the ()Ilcal
of Ieon County.

Tallahassee. Friday, June

The Annual En'ncamprnmnt of


21, 1907.

the rFirst

teygiment. F. S.'I T has ,e-n ordered at
I'ensacola August I. and will continue
two weeks..

Dr A L,. II'own, of Euitis, has se'rit
in his resignation am a rnernber of the'
Board of Control, ardl his place has been
filled by the' appointment of lion. E. ,
Wartmann, of Marionr
Tenr thousand people, including many
of the, most brilliant and prominent
men in the country, attended the obse-
qui's of the late Senator John Tyler
Morgan at Selma.
MilitHry circles have been somewhat
startled by the friction between the
Adjutant-(eneral and the Inspector
and Instructor of the State Troops.
The governorr has not yet discovered
which side of the' controversy he is on.
Congresmrnan i Lamar, who never
raised a pound of tobacco in his life, is
going about through the Third District
shedding information on the benighted
inhabitants concerning the methods and
profits of that industry and incidentally
tablnig some politics' "on the aide."
You were mistaken in the name of
that : hyster lawyer, who is the cham-
pion liar of Oregon, Brother Powell.
[I4U marne is Ed. Mendenhall, and Mr.
Page is the gentleman, and Florida's
friend, who sent the True Democrat
the Telegram containing Mendenhali's
libelous article.
Jucksonville is now enjoying the ex-
citement of a "** problem," andti
ways and means ef nfturing a supply of
ab-olutely pure milk constitute a promi-
nent topic for discjussion. There may
be such a problem lurking in the vicin. i
ity of Tallahamsee, and could I be liscov-
.red if looked for.
It must not be supposed that the can-
didau v of theincumbenr volve hiis resigiiation from the one he

Tuesday's Times Union had a cartoon| Who Will the UiAd lstirtI S e i
of Railroad Commiasioner Burr stand- Many had thought and said when R.
ing in Mr. Broward's great big shoes, Hudson Burr of Dade county, Chair.
with the query under it, "Can we navi- man of the Railroad Commiyson, an-
e thm" Not as the dmintr "nou" d J& candidacy for Goveror,
gate them ?" Not as the administra- that he was backed by the administra-
tion candidate, for the voters of Florida tion, but this seems to be an error, as
have had enough of that Selah those on the "inside" declare Governor
S- -, Broward did all in his power to keep
"Consistency Thou Art a Jewel," Mr. Burr from becoming a candidate,
but Consistency behold a Governor re- and poeltively refused to lend him any
moving one Judge for not doing his assistance whatever in his candidacy.
duty, when he defies another and keep rd fo T. that Gvernr Brw-Jennin of m-
him frorri-having enforced the mandates bia, as his successor, and will throw
of his court. For queer precedents the admialstratltn influence to him.
that look funny, our Napolean can take Both Mr. nd Mr. Jennings are
the whole cake, for he is entitled to it. indomitaibleworker, and if bot into
The annual catalogues of the Univer- the State primary camparn ign t will be a
sity of Florida and the Florida Female tionr. Burr ha a strong polite the adminil fostra-
College for 1907 O8 have made their lowing, as has been shown in his phe-
appearance, both handsomely printed nomenal campaign and success as a
by the Record Company, St. Augus- candidate for Railroad Commisaioner,
tine. Each of thesepedid inniu- and will do doubt give the organization
tine, Each of these ,plendid institu- a great deal of trouble.
tions make a most wonderful showing But these are ,only two candidates.
J ,L- _i- ___AL .. .. ... &- & -- .....1 .4: _& -

for their second year of worK under the here will be othir candidates, and
reorganization of theB uckman law, the strong men, too, and it is a question
who will be succeM.-ful in pulling down
former having a total enrollment of 102 the plum. At any rate a highly sensa-
and the latter 220 The assurance of tional and inter'- -ting gubernatorial
ample funds to complete the construc- campaign is pr,,mised.---Miami Me-
tion of th-e most needed buildings for tropolis.
each, given promise of stability and The time the' announcement was
progress gratifying to every friend of made, the way it wa,; done, and all else
advanced education in the State. is plain enough, that Mr. Burr is the
-- -li .t --- ne-- n administration canrlidate, and we know
They are talking about this one andMi r. Jenninre is stil refusing to be any
that one running for congress against Mr. Jennin s o tll refusing to be any
Frank (lark. The fellow who wants to i man or s t f schm candidate, and
keep his scalp had better let Frank the persistent effort to make him ap-
alone. A large majority of the people pear as Mr. Broward's gangs candidate
of the second district are entirely ati- i an injustice. The True Democrat in
fied with his service and intend to keep this is not endorsing r. Jenning 'ca' n-
I him in Congress. Starke Telegraph. this i not endorsing Mr. Jennngs can-
It would be a waste of any man' 'lidacy. but believing he is the best of
time to run against Fri nk ('lark for the three mentioned seriously so far,
Congress in this district, and it is have thin to say in fair play to Mr.
equally a waste of any man's words and t Jennings : Why do some wish to con.
wind to be urging such a candidacy. n ict him so strongly with the admins.
Mr. (lark's congressional record has tration .. -
thoroughly commended him to his con- We believe that practically every
stituents and he is no solidly fixed in man who goes to Tallahassee goes
their confidence that something very there with a purpose and desire to do
something of real value to the State
like general derision would meet the el- and its people, and we believe it unjust
forts of any man to displace him. to charge them with impure and im-
Live Oak lDemoncrat. proper motives. Clay County Times.
....- We agree with you fully in the above,
Our o friend l Ruell, of the ilr,,k Hrother Roberson, but even some of us
vilbe Argus, does nt let his devotior to who have been around the old Capitol
iroward ani .Jenninge, and their meth- for years, particularly during the last
odis, stand in the way of his duty as a several as you have been, must admit,
several at you have been, must admit,
journalist to speak the truth to the peo- that some great mysterious working of
ple concerning public aff air. ay.: that ome great mysterous working of
p concerning pu lic affairs. lie sa affairs, has a tendency to induce some
going to standee how th e preof taxa.r of them that come here luring the ses-
tion, which is increasing every year. i sions, and during the recess, too, to
One cause of the increase is the con- change, their court-shed the skin, as it
stantly increasing state control of were, an does the snake that crawls
county affairs, which should be left to
the counties. Every addition to state upon its belly. Political machinery,
control calls for additional state offi oiled well, with little doses of pap, in
cers to make it effective. And state the shape of official patronage, oft-
oflicers come high. Examine the pay times works wonders in public affairs,
roll at 'allahassee and see what the
transference of local self-g.overment to and no one will in this day and genera-
state control costs in o lllars uanil cents. tion deny that it is handed out in places
Would it not In- better to go iHack to, where the usurpators of official power,
first principles andt lower taxation. (the 'zars can get the most political
results from it all.

hold- (Oh Ino 'Chairmanu lIurr, of the Ed itor Frlan'ak II the ocala W 0.' W. Unveillng
Raili,al ('Conminssimon, and Secretary planner, evidently h. in, ti .,suit a ge crowd witnesseIthiun
Dunr o,, the samne body, will continue a hunch of pigeon-hl I. ,t he kee,,,l veinog f. the monument recently rect-
to "holdl the fort" at the ccapitol while a choice collect ion fit lu. i ;1. al I'i niiVig: e.d lby the, Woodmen of the World to
carpincIging for desir uble positions, and iollnut dcliVetr e publw i characterer andr the late' Sovereign, J Nathaniel Pope,
then, tie nsee, if they should happen to whe-n the' aItibnnoince'r4it'rl a' A a ,in of whio departedl this life' November lst.
fail in the pnary, the oud stall be the nnelidac of lon 1. Il.on a l *atd sought a better, pure(r and
fai~l in thlorm ry, th.,+ w hll still he the andid o fIlion. IL.llid.- Il'h higher, home in tht beautiful promised
"in I n1't it i, t,.,, :omeangemeintt for the, (GovernorshipI het likod ulp that land, where sickness, sorrow, painn nor
for thic.i f gentleman's record nrl thire'.[u>,on inil, death a ire felt and feared no more.
w l lr the following comment rather Iope was a devoted husband,
ineli. th ,new la rovcdng ,r the 'felw i omme I and a worthy citiz-en, and a loyal miem-
l|. i Il (OPiuInemI for Ith.c'- ilioud Corn- Mr. It. IHudseon Hurrn li se'ce" 1 hber of l.e',on ( amp No. 2. of the Wood-
nn'i",,, I. l, ig,. Orlan- l n for railway e'friarl, asi eer e'X- inen (f the' World; one whose chair in
n i. l,, l C' t, ., i 'I e()rlan- plaina il that hea h d l not o ccomplished ,,l said ,,i ,,, r can not lie, filleol Iy any
do. ha I ,,, l ,I i.,|,,i,,ItI. Mr Ma- e.y .s the. thlig- that he hudelesoirem ltoac. orn- other.
a prom rie irat attorney of ii neivi.. ,cti y, lish during his first terini. e'tascite he The unveiling ceremonies were per-
anld is lighly re'.e l..c t1.,l l,.,,il.holl th*I w i s a Ieamority on the' board. Now he forneld in a nmst befitting manner. At
te' Vit h.', eec ,e d onc i ct najeeritv memr.er the nreihent of :1(:. 0 |'clek Sunday p. m.. about thirty
tate Wlthl.., 1 h.ir, aed, tee em4le, lrv th e i Iiras of sticks( 'f ieI d K timber had assembled at
Sioet',t ''' c',cnsc ule'.,l s II. e.' c,.m.,,1 the' ;.'tre't., 'is the' whole cheese,' he the W,.om .n H[all andfronm therethey
doe.. n,,t alpp'r, hut it .i 1,, ,,i .,,, w'"li to g't oit ',f t (it f coursee thi, forined a line and marched to theceme-
1l.hle te, Icie4 th t tin.1 ,Aiu i, f . w r .cll '1a1 caitcl t1e4Ield morie explalinigri. tery, where, the closing ceremonies
to. ,lto- them, were pr'rf)rmrned and the last tribute of
eu'e hct,, (cur e great State two or respect p i l to the deceased. The
Shre'.. e 'ht iIs andl a few citizens who de- singing wais rendered by ladies of the
.e'inat(,r Mas''y. of (1 i'ang' ou~le,, noctine th' cn mia who erideavor to se- Metheoli.st cha ir The song being very
e.ould make a fine leape raunce in lIhe acure' l'-cl.la ion in the' interest of the appropreiat.' "Nearer My (,GeI to)
LuhurtiUtlrial chair at Tallithasmet mcas.K' as agailinst the clnases, and who Thee.
eweliai.d Nw tries tlo iike the Iaw Itear equally. an A
Itut, the admlllllstlrattion could not un1 a dernagtoigue, while the, same people A Series ofCate Pictares.
denrtaik4 to, carrto Iwo bucket 4 of water who conllemn the man that is loyal to The New York Sunday World con-
at Ihe ,e'. and the sace time .eu the People,h. will call the man whostands tinues tIo give the "Sunbonnet Babies"
at O,4. ,.I inith m tm1 1 first for the few as against the many with each issue as an art supplement.
nov. un,,tt we' have herd it morter inti- and whose every act meets theapproval Theie patItir.es are exclusive' and valu-
r;atell thlu Se.rnalor Ma`sey will moree l f the corporations. a aputraot and wor- able They make very pretty decora-
than pioi(,|aly l,.e handed out soillfe. other thy statesman. l.ake'land Sun tions and are attracting widespread at-
l Ind if ,uI i tihe.'i the. phlen ce on That's all right Editor-Senator Park I tention. 'The series was given in the
r>ll uei i Tramcmell, the people are willing, and city eof New York and made such a hit
r ound I ei re w The Worli decided to extend it to out of
ar ougivicng you credit for stme of your town renalers A new "Sunbonnet" i,.
"rh eantimunc.'t'a't ,if lhic. ei,0' work, but they are still '"obfusticated." g iven with The World every Sunday
I.e..e, o.f 'aK,'ian. uacl 1o Ieo. M. II. as brother Jordan would put t,. as taso "e... N
:.we. ,f Madison, mirn.rs iof th why you were among those legislators I11INI of I ( I
House of l{Represe..,ntlives, that they ,Ic- will was always behind administration (, TIl -
teniJ to alply to tihe ,'u'rt, for jut'-' .eure.s. which invariabl)ly carried the ( \' AL CITY BANK
tiolm to prevent the pIayment of the ap- creation of |powerful commissions. look- I ~41.AH1I4KEE. F'.A
propriatiuns recently made for fairs at ing to any array of opponents, which 1 ',h. ...'- of bulne" June i"-tII I
Tampa and lleFunink, will be wehcomed would have built up those political ma- ,. s'N1
antl approved by many helpless but con- chine which are, so earnestly desired n .i ,mi.... ,,nt. s M 4.M,3
i,,te-I eimitias 104.200.00
ocientious opponents of those treasury 81au1tc worked for and prayed for so I tl 1 ..mi O10.t1.8 -
raids in th, Legislatures of \1.1 u aand heeng and Iould Now, would not a I nkn ..... cflotiu ve. etc 11,.7.10
1907 T'he methods hy which these. a- I. Sht.,Il h.k ('ommission and an Insur- tr a"tnk. 7* .'47T0
prlepriations were securedl should ance ('o m fully expltmle, in the courts. no that the ;reat Ilrn age commission been all 1,.alm,:cl
people may know lin what manner there the machne politicians wouki have i Sur ',And '..00a 150.74
troney i. dMis.d of b> th. ritratdl needtid for the' future manipulation and ue'ther a ,- 14s.5.|
recpresentatlivts. nauage'nment of affairs? I ...
r..l... f...n l '. . o i V...1 6, 4 a.rr1 N2
'u CAP l .*"CM~agfli'I~hcvyorTnhsI)fr, rec urc

v.u ri-s I Ino ,. IoI. oIwKI mg oir't "', htiv Your Tenni (oxfortd, frj a Iturn ,
dally f,, yl't Weight .stumfr ISult; F,,' 'ull hne lBlack arilwhite

, W SAiON. I'rsulent.
.I M,.M A. i1 I1. Vire-Pre*lent
I F:t lol l; I'M ImN". LO hier.

Having purchased the Hotel at St. Marks I am thor-
oughly repairing and renovating it, will refurnish and
supply it, and with boats and other conveniences it
will offer the best attractions for hunting and fishing
on the Gulf Coast.
Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had. Guides for
Fishing and Hunting parties furnished.
Convenient to all the Gulf Springs.

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.


* *

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



have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs and Iron Beds.

New Furniture for Old.

a trial and be convinced.

Will exchange

I Give me


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


C. E. SAULS, P. 0. BOX 210, J. M. SAULS.

General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting

Buildings a Specialty.

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


An ounce of Pre-

vention is worth a

pound of Cure.

ti* is

-3 worth morn to onee health than any other nmedicinc'kr.cv.-r.
Do not fill your stomach with arsenic, calomel, quni/no and
dibilitatn theu isytem, leaving symptoms that it ta ck.a yv ,-s t 3
.!Iteorate. Horbi4ae is purely vegetable oontaining nothaiu
Lijurious, and is a gentle harmless purgative.

Does More Than We Claim.
Don C. Morrlnn, KJl.v mmon. Fla. write: "I have
used several bottles of II rhbine myself and have advised
several of my frionLi,) u"o mtne. I have found it to be
the best inodlcin for it h liver [eI-I r used. Itaota gent*
ly at thesaAme timt iu !-' r amghly."

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Ba! It ard f-, -1 )w res.L

nent Co. /
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trip de s stt
low *zeorto es W W ~M to
the Sprt a o from t
wetsa natnd p a1--r
trains. T ws wamt them msw-
cure backs at Beshoppy to take them
At the hotel wl be foud ample *
comrnmodti-'-s the year ound. Good
lake and s*alt A shM Fiv- or
six gamou m to take shaft or
pleasure parties y day. Mineral
and salt water during the me.
Hotel rates;: .00 and $10.00 pe
week. $86.00 ner mouth. For further
particulars adMes,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
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Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR, Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksooville, Florida.

Now Open

Absolutely Pure
A Cream of Tartar Powder
free from alum or phos-
phatio mold







SBea. Jesh W. Watsea.
Sn honor of his return from Tallahas-
see and the service be rendered as a
member of the.lower house of the State
Legislature, several friends of Hon. J.
W. Watson, representative from Dade
county, yesterday planned and last
night carried out a serenade at the gen-
tleman's home, corner of 14th street
and avenue B.
The Miami band was engaged for the
occasion and about 9 o'clock the mem-
bars, about twenty strong, assembled
at fire headquarters and from there
marched to the Watson residence,
striking up a popular air as soon as
they assembled in the yard, and con-
tinuing with three other pieces in rapid
succession before they were invited in
to refreshments of ice cream and cake,
which were served in abundance.
The friends of Mr. Watson, who had
planned toe surprise, were present and
enjoyed tie serenade with himself and
family. Mr. Watson made a few re-
i marks thanking his friends and the
band for.. the-su rian amd -erenade.
Quite a crowdI .stnrboetae -nn -
ises and enjoyed the music fully as well
as did those more deeply concerned.
After the refreshments the band
played one other piece, and then de-
parted, leaving with the shout, "'who's
* "a aright? John W. Watson."---Miams
Jeff. Davis, of the White Springs
Herald, announces himself a candidate
for the office of State-house janitor at
Tallahassee in order that he may prac-
tice nepotism on a large scale and put
all his poor kin into little jobs of one
kind and another through the "puU"
that his own official power would give
A him. Jeff. seems to be constructing a
parable to illustrate a "pint." Do you
know of any nepotism, Jefferson, under
the dome of the Capitol building to
# warrant you in yeur innuendoes ?-Su-
wannee Democrat.
For Umbrellas and Nobby Walking
, Sticks call on Burns and Co 16


Do you want relief-in
just a few moments and
no bad after-effects.
If so, you have only to
take, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
If subject to headache,
have them with you al-
ways. No harm can come
from their use, if taken as
directed, as they contain
k no opium, chloral, mor-
"phine, cocaine, chloro-
form, heroin, alpha and
beta eucaine, cannabis in-
dica or chloral hydrate, or
their derivatives.
Ask your druggist about
**It gives me great plemaure to be
le to refer to the I)r. Miles Anti-
n Pills as the beet remedy we have
*vr had In our house for the preven-
tion and cure of headache. My wife
who ha been a constant sufferer for
years with the above complaint. Joins
SIn rmrnTmmndln r Dr. MIl' Antl-
In Pillas, hoping they may tall Into
inhands of fn wtn uwffer.
J. I. BUSH. Watervleilt, N. T.
Dr. Mile Anti-Pain Ptll sre od bi
IO drugglst, who will 11: ft th"I
Worst pse ase will t If It
Iil. wlh e willreturn OMoa -
Mlwe Medical Co, Elkhart, MId

The constitution of Florida denies a
succeeding administration to any gover-
nor in the effort to keep the auninma-
tration and its appointees out of per-
sonal polities. But we have just seen,
how policies can be made by "the man
behind the throne," Shall we give
that hidden leader another term of four
years by giving an oMce to his sub-
stitute, which he could not deceive the
people into giving him for himself?-
Times Union. .._ ..,,
The DadeCity Star Sal s: 'Gllchrist
and Jennings are working fun at Burr's
candidacy for Governor and it does look
a little shakey.-..-.The last thing the
legislature did wa to declare for R.
Hudson Burr for Governor in 1908.
rhe little 2 x 4 members that boarded
way down under the hill and picked
their teeth at the Leon will be relegat-
ed in the next election. Florida's next
Governor will not be a Broward favor-
ite or any other favorite except the
peoples', because the whole State
learned a lesson since the map and
picture election of 1904."
With Messrs Croom, Sadler and Bar-
co in the race for state comptroller, it
seems that this contest will by no
means be lacking in interest and excite-
nent.--Palatka Times-Herald. Sure
The Laundry wagon will come to
your door twice each week 16-tf.
C"W a= 1WN W'
If your blood is impure, thin. diseased, hot or
full of humors. if you have blood polaon, anoer.
carbunle.s, eating sor. serofulha eemas. Itch.
ims. ruing and bumps, seabby. pimply skin.
bone pains, catarrh. rheumatiam. or any skin
disease take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.)
Soon all more, heal. ache and pains stop sad the
blood is made pure and rich. Drugristsor bepx
pre 81 per lre bottle. Sample free by wriUng
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga. B. B. B. is espe.
cially advied for chronic, deep-mated cases, as it
cures after all els fails. 40-lyr


I am Offering
of I10 Acres
[astern Umll
wkich has be4
"Ideal" for T

On this proper
Pear Grove (whi
is very prolific,)

ant-honses. Th


; for Sale a Tract
just beyond the
Is of Montkello
en pronounced by
Experts to be

ty isa Fifteen Acre
ch in good season
quantities of im.
Sil l c t i t u.-
e 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-



Wm. E. EVANS, Agent.
Monticello, Fla.
Lock Box "C"



Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.



Fancy Work Material a Specialty

Heavy and Particular Hauilin a
Speclty b

(State Agent for the
Austin Road* Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and Graders, same
built and operated by him before set-
tled for. See him for further particu-
lars or address P. 0. Box 285 Tallahas-
see. Fla.

Buggies from Seven Factories.
Elastic Spring for the Pleasure of the
Strong, and Enjoyed by the Week.
Prices to fit the buyer.
Terms to suit the Party that wants to
Cleaned out our old stock to a finish,
But not "Gone out of Business."
Call and see,
Foreclosure Sale.
Under and by virtue of ecr ee of forelosur
and tis rendered by the Circuit Court of Leon
County Florida. in chancery sitting, In a certain
cause pwndin therein. wherein the Internatlonal
Harvester Company of America is complainant,
snd Butler 8imuas is defendant. I have levied upon
nd will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder
for sesk ore the county court hose door In the
city of Talaahbss In mid county, on te flrst day
of July. A. D. i between the our of 11 m.
Od p. m. the following ,exr nal poprty, to-
wit : O black b of the a of twelve r,
w hiabout ona thou-.and ,pom d nm, d
"Cri-." known as the Powell hers: alo one
white and yellow sooted milk cow. with em horn
broken of. about teve yearn old. uad I iorese
of @Ild ive stock: also one binder meehie bought
from the emplainant in the year of 18O and also
one McCrmick mowing machine mad ake.
CHA II.as HOraPSn.
14-4t Special Master n Chancery.
Admilaistater's e Ntice.
p eroditors, l tees, distributes. and to all
porons -ing elsaw or dmisnd9 araint lthe sa.
tte* of EmmI J. Car, dead. late of L
county. Florida. to present such elaima or d-.
mando to the undersigned within on* year from
thi date. otherwise same will be forever d
This 17th day of May. l .
Administrstrix Fltate of EmmaJ. Car.
Tallahasme .. May 17. IW7. Ll.tt
Read the advertisements carefully



Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00




IIf you become
the Company pays
without interest and
are not deducted
policy. *

totally disabled


face of



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



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

,,... p - ^ ", THE INSIDE TRACK
-o ,- is always "the way" to take for safety.
Our inside trade leading up to business
position comes through
taken at our business college. Our
graduates have the preference. Why
you ask? It's because of proficiency.
T H E. Proficiency is asked for and heads the
S list For particulars call on or address
B -- -- .Rr*Tallahaee, Fla.

0 1. I )


. E8TA3tu5HD 1886

Slo 1. A BLE

Undertaker and Funeal Director,



Day or NIght.

(Successor to A. T. Rollmlns)






Tallahassee, Fla.

Phone No. 44

al Kinds of Fresh Meats.

guaranteed. Give me your orders.

Prompt delivery

RIng up Phone No. 283.
Breakfast, IDinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.

C. COLES,a-.n-


The Choicest and Freshest Goods at
the lowest living prices.
Prompt Deliver ;, Telephone 23.

Air Une Railway



50DI B. COLLINSt. blisbw.

SrrItdstir amd Parimea.
(St. Augustine Record, 13th.)
The Governor and others interested
S td the utmost willingness to
*V all the transactions of the Board
SIternal Improvement investigated,
t denied the authority of the Legis-
ltr; when the test came they did not
atest the point of authority, but de-
i semd interminable both before
si after the appointment of the com-
mdttee. After the committee had been
a mmd and had made satisfactory pro-
prep, can any explanation be made that
will satisfy an impartial critic of the
Sdicharge of the committee and the
Seletlon of another composed of the
Sovevnor's friends? From the whole
tote comes the charge: "I did not
believe anything was wrong before, but
now I suspect a 'nigger in the wood-
* W will be found when he is really
oloked for." It is only to be regretted
tht ten thousand dollars of the public
Money will be wasted in an attempt to
Sthw dust in the eyes of the people.
W don aid to Immigration and waste
Wtnandas in a pretence ?
books are all right, the vouchers
wl all be found, but what the people
waot to knqw is why land is denied to
Qn man and sold to another ; why A Is
S aledfor one price what is given to
S for a smaller price; why the Gover-.
nor Is to anxious to make land for the
S Ile in the Everglades while they lose
iMl Taylor county. If explanations
asm be found on thee points there Is no
need to use the money appropriated for
= as investigation. If the committee
doesn't want to answer these questions
It can spare us its report. The knowl-
edge is due the people--it is of their
own business and their own money
0 46y ask an accounting ; will they get
If the drainage iN to be continued they
have the right to know what is the es-
timate of cost: of time; of work to be
done. They have the right to know
where the money is to be got; who is
to be responsible for the expenditure
ani whether the Swayne decision is to
be expected in spirit as well as in
form. They are not asking for infor-
mation as to personal or private but as
to lblic money; this is their business.
If the Trustees have abandoned their
elaim of independence and if they ac-
Sknwledge the right of the Lsgislature
to nquire into their doings they must
aut the rightof the people to know;
S deny the right the IWople to
nw then they s hMave defended
t r position beafo he Legislature
bere might be sympathy tor a mistak-
S vaiew nd for men who stood boldly
lwha they thought their rights.
it there can be no excuse for public
Ilants who cringe when brought to
and then hide by indirection and
bd, by slight of hand and artful
jMg. moreover those who love
mirespect the people do not try to de-
ye asnd have nothing to hide from
public. Ultimately we all shaH
; meantime, the Trustees are called
on to give the information demanded
Sthe Legislature and now demanded
Sthe people. Men who had no asecretas
Sthe public would have spoken at
Sese; they have still time and opportu-
010to vindicate themselves.
io the Trustees think they have the
iht hto show favoritism in disposing
public property 7 Do they think
can rightfully refuse one citizen
what they accord to another 7? Can they
elalm credit for a desire to save land
for the people in the Fverglades at
reat cost while they sacrifice land in
Taylor county at great loss? Will they
explain ?
SDealt l I
Don't let your child suffer with that
h when you can cure it with Hial-
a Horehound Hyrup. a nure cure
rCoghbr, Bronch its, nfluen7a, (Croup
and Pulmonary l)inease.'. Ituy iMttlhI
and try It.
200 Paie Ladles Oxfords and San-
daM at SOc 78ck, and $100 per pair.
Value 91.80 to s3.80, at
W. R. Wilson's
B. H. Laughter, Byhalia. Mis ,
write.: "I have two children who
had eroup. I tried many different re.-
medies, but I must say your Horehound
Syrup is the best Croup and Cough
medicine ever used Sold by all
Cell sada Dialrreeha.
Pains in the stomach, colic and
diarrhoea are quickly relieved by the
use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by
Tallahassee Drug (Co store
Fe. Sale.
TWO graded Jerse Cown with young
calves. Apply to M|HJ. ( MKN-
MIss. 14 4t

n to Re t.
Opposite leon Hotel. Apply to Ju-
Bia Diamond. 14-2t
3l. DrIed Lember.
We are carrying a nice stock of floor-
lin, noVeAty, siding and wide
Come a = select what YOu
wwat. Child Bros. Iltf
Sewing machine bobbins, shuttles.
belts, crew drivers and needles for
iy machine, and machine oil, at J D.
We have on hand a large stock of fine
klln-dried 4-Inch flooring and ceiling;
aso 8 and 10 Inch flnhed boards. The
wIMes will please you. Get your order
" while it lasts Child BroM Lumber
Yard. 9

Kswot Leaue. -
This body which is the offIcially or-
ganized adety for the young p e of
the Methodist Church South,b ben
in existence only a few years, but has
had a marvelous growth.
The Convention of Leaguers within
the jurisdiction of the Florida Metho-
dist Conference, now in session in this
city, has a delegation in attendance of
more than 100, and a series of most in.
teresting meetings, of both a religious
and business nature, is now being con-
ducted in Trinity Methodist Church.
Of these meetings none are more
zealously attended or more enjoyed
than Miss Emma Tucker's Bible Rad-
ings which are held every day. Miss
Tucker is enthusiastically received
wherever she goes, and her work is no-
where more appreciated than here.
Numerous ministers are also in at-
tendance, prominent among them be-
ing Rev. Fred Pasco, D: D., editor of
the Florina Christian Advocate, pub-
lished in Gainesville.
Unfortunately we go to press at an
inopportune time for giving, in this
week's issue, all the details of this con-
vention, but hope to have a full and in-
terresting abstract thereof for our
readers next week.
One of our former citizens, Mr. John
Combs. passed away at Mhs home in
Live Oak last Monday night. In an-
swer to a telegram, his body was met
here by relatives on Tuesday, and car-
ried out to the Pisgah church yard for.
burial. The bereaved family has the
sympathy of their many friends.
A Bappy Nether
will see that her baby is properly cared
for -to do this a good purgative is
necessary. Many babies suffer from
worms and their mothers don't know
it-if your baby is feverish and doesn't
sleep at nights, it is troubled with
worms. White's Cream Veasmifuge
will clean out these worms in a mild
pleasant way. Once tried always used.
Give it a trial Price 2t cents. Sold
by all Druggists. *
The many friendsof Mr J. D. Hutch-
inson will be glad to hear of his im-
provement. The fever ha. left him,
and contrary to expectations his
strength held good and tided him over
the crisis, so that now there is hope for
his recovery.
Stock Pastured.
Plenty of grass and good water.
Fifty cents a head per month. Pasture
west of Female College.
13-4t MRs. M. A. WALI.ACE.
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is now merely a memory of the past.
Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family
liniment of the twentieth century. A
.potivye cure for Rheumatism, Turns
Cut i Sprains, Neuralgia etc Mr. C.
H. Runyon, Stanberry, Mo. writes:
"I have used Snow Liniment for Rheu-
matism and all pain.,, I can't say
enough in its praise Sold by all
If you think of buyin an automobile
get a demonstration ofthn Little Reo
See Cha. J. Diehl. 15-tf
fatray Steer.
There is a dun colored steer about 3
years old at my place. Owner can have
same by calling and paying $1.00 for
this advertisement and cost of caring
for same. Marked under square in
right year, 2 splits in left, and no brand.
Are To ioueag to Buld 7
If no come and see our stock of kiln
dried lumber before purchasing your
supplies. We can save you money.
Child Bros. litf
For Sal5l
Hiorme Buggyand harness (not afraid

of automobiles) apply to.
1 ('HA1.J lDIFm.i.
Far ells tI
Inomfotrtable house for rent on Hou-
lvhid street Ap ply to i
17tf Ms ROa nlenT Mca.'AIAI.

I as uterf's Natlce.
having .insim or CniIell A iryn. d r., dwllmaked let 01 Len
run>th. rkiaU. to parent claim or dint ands
to the n.ml lrntnel within two ar.n tr.. thim
,at. lhthrwi. s sam will he forever dwbarred .
xI o esth Estate aof Wounrcl A. ryan. Mr.
J e 7. I d. 12-it
Guardlea's Netice.
days after date I will make application te-
for jwmlasiun to sell. at private sal. t Ilnterest
at WFaon F. Caraway. m nor. In and tothe follow.
ing deecrbed lands: 3.tiIn Saxon'. addition to
Tallahaee. ANNIE R. 1IIuTHF.L
(luasnlan of the Ratat. of Wilaun V. Caraway.
June r7 17o. 1-tise
OQar4ta.'s Satn.

larse af tr date I will maeo *pp Hatio e
fur, the countyy Jud e of Lao" Comunty. n a.
for iveniakio selU. at pNvate ie. t I tret
,,r Willim Pr, R. rtPAo. My io ar, m SC.
ArrhibaM Robtersn. miamra, In and wt the fol.
klwins described ml estate. via: TM eat half of
kli number two hundred and ninoet 110 In the
(riTinal plan 0a the city oa Tasllhae.a In said
county and state.
KA~tm P. RoomraimT.
Ituarnaon .f the estate of William P. kobeartam.
Mary H omrtson and C. Arehibalkd Rbtom.
minim 4t1


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ears the
Signature of C440-7Je

eas hor is&n
Seaboard Air Une Railway wilU
tickets at ra of one and 9-
straight falW 4lt he rounlld rp b
tween all point with a minlD r4fate
of fiftt ents. Tickets on sale o l,
3d and 4th. good returning on or befor
July 8th.
Another hIodred pair of those fifty
cent Shoes to be soI by Burns sad Co.
before taking Inventory.
D4lym~ Ned up.
Abraham Brown, of Winterton, N.
Y., had a veIy remarkable experience ;
he says; 'Dotors got badly mixed up
over me; one sld heart disease; two
called It kidney trouble; the fourth
blood poison, and the fifth stomach.and
liver trouble; but none of them hlped
me; so my wife advised trying Eldtre
Bitters, which are restoring me to per-
feet health. One bottle did me more
good than all the five doctors prescrib-
ed." Guaranteed to cure blood poison,
weakness and all stomach, liver and
kidney complaints by all druggists. 50c.

Two comfortable rooms to rent, fur-
nished or unfurnished, apply no
ll1-tf W. I.. MARSHALL.

Apikallke for Letters Patent.

Notice is herebyi lven that the subscribers
hereto will apply to the Gov rnor of the State of
Florida, on the 25th day of June. A. D. 1I07. at
Tallahase, lorida for let trs latent on the pro-
posed charter of the Ausley ni l Kntate Compa-
ny. which is published below:
We. the undersigned, do herebry annociate our-
Mslves for the purpoa of incorrparatlns under the
laws of the state of Florisa, to transact for profit
the busilnm set forth belw and adopt the fol-
lowin as the charter of th. iproponed corpora-
tion :
I st
The name of the corlorationr hall be "THE
their principal office shall be Tallahassee. Florida.
The board opf directors may "-stahlish other places
opf blusiranu withinor without the Stateof Florida.
The ireneral nature of the. lusine-w of the cor-
poration is to purchase., leah. el\, mortgage or
handle on commiseton real anrd permsnal proper-
ty, to buy and sell timber: o iwrate saw mills;
manufacture Naval stores: toiloa (General Merch-
andise business or any other lawful business in-
cident or necessary to the foregoing purposes.
and to have and enjoy all the, ruchts, privileVes
and power. necessary to or convenient for the
management and operation if said business.
The amount of Capital Stock of the Corpora-
tisn shall be TEN THOUSAND DOLLARs
($10.000.00). to bedivided into ten thousand 110,000)
shares of the per value of one dollar ($1.00) each.
All of the capital stock to be paid in lawful
money of the United States. ,r in property, labor
or services at a just valuation to be fixed by the
incorporator. or by its direcrtori, at a meeting
eelled for the purpose.
The term of the said corporation hall exist for
ninety-nine years. The business of the corpora-
tion shall be conducted by the following g ofcers.
to-wit: President. Secretary and Treasurer and
a Board of Directors to consist of three stock.
holders. The Board of Mrectorns and other offl.
care to be chosen by the stockholders shall be
elected annually by them at their annual meeting
to be hokidon the first Tuesday in July of each
year. The oflcers to be oen by the Directors
shall be chosen at a m of the Directorm on
the mame day and immediately after the annual
meeting of the stockholder. The following r shall
be the officers of the cooperation until thome elect-

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Always Bought

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Apafect Remedy
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For Over

Thirty Years



Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

Contractors and. Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of

all kinds. -

N at he f.t lo aha be ained. Mill Work Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
T. A. Ausley. Tallahaaae., Florida. SerretarA des l
and Traurr. dressedd lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
Th o B d ,f directorrs shall bhe V'N. AiplI'y,
R. f.McDaniel and T. A.Auey columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
The hghtamount Indebtalnes r at,,i. and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
ject itself shall Is, atwnty thouanid dollars. Lime and Cement for sale.
Th names and resideces of the subscrihr. r...
and the amount of share taken by each ar,.. All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
T. .A. Auslof Ta.hge..Ti Pha. our work to be first class in every particular. Prices
J. R. McDaniel. Tallahaseea. l ., 100 shares., asona e
HP.P, wt. Wlke-Barr. Pa., 00 sha. r easonable
In witn hereunto, the said assnoiatm have
hereunto set their hands and sutbrrihed their
n.m.a on thin the ,1th day ofMay.A., .1 Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on Seaboard Air Line,
T. A. Auley Lin,
V.. M. Ausl.. on lot south of county jail.
J.. M r. l)atn I..
It 1'.%wart,

Satser f flo.,,il. ,
County oif iA.,n. I
Before me, a Notar)y Public iduly .-*,mnmiituined
and qualified in the aforimaid State aIt County,
piermonally appeared T. A. Aumrly. J. R. Mel)an-
Ml. H. P. Blrart and C. M. AuIley, to me well
kmown, and known to be the individuals who
gimned the foreirs.,nr notice and Allplication f.n
charter. ani acknowleglSd that they si'nesl th.-
ame freely anml voluntarily for the us,'s s.tin 1.i
tse therein premedmad.
In witne" whereof I have hcretinto .et my
hand and al If office thia the loth dtay (of May.
A. D. 1907. (ie1tl. CLAIMRna OWpsN
Notary I'ubls tate of Fia. at large.
My commnii..,n explres June l.th. 191o. 1-l.it

If no we have a "sleep-inducer" in
our "l*ay-Ezy" Felt Mattress that is
iast what you need. It is made of 45
Gue. of Pure Cotton Felt in layers like
cut- High G(radeTking--French Roll
Edre- Imperial Stithed. Guaranteed
equal in every respect toany $15.00 felt
mattress ever advertised.
Order one to-day, smep on it thirty
nights, and then if yo ar not satisfied
we'll refund your moMy.


- Florida.


P. O. BOX4.

John B. Stetson University


Affiliated With the University of Chicago
COLLEBOR e LWIsRAL ARTs. -rhTtandardn are l theme. of the Univermity of
C 'hig. tatson's graduate receive their d-irr"m from both .tetmon and Chicago
Sw the Chicago and Rtetson catalogue.
COLL l OtF LAW.-Graduatm of this Collele are admitted to practice law in
Flonrda without examination.
vat. Civil. ric inorrisaManual Training courses leading to deras.
LkE N SOF!IMU3SL.--ankine in all its branches. tookkeeping by best
method. Shot and Typewriting. Elective course. open in other Depart.-
ments. Lamre rewulty and eommudiou buildings.
U sARATn l iCASn.-- mduate prepared to enter Hvard. Yale.
Prilemwn. COaell. Mehlp. n Cbageo ad ll frnt-clae Coolege.
I-AL AIS NOL cUOL. -. Kindergarten in its own building. 2. Pri.
niarjy widOmar Sebool in sps to building. T7a%~Schools espeially prwpar.e
i OOcSSLt-A s101e.0. pipea'organ, a dose" pianos. p.rate buiMingr.
kanw to atv. -- AIt S ES L.-New 8todia CmUtly east. models. etc.
steaem Msm a facultyo04or a m1 prf- and inst.etar. Theybhold do a from
theU c Harvarid, Yal a th. elmbi rToates weak ar.
owt. LM_ u1h9doleUtreht. SuekaLD Uimiaeo f Mielicask Disamlsloand
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K c, ws e Cityd Hall

s ed to rAder the
Md t tm following me m.
to tir Names: Prei.
and Messrs. Cay. Chittem-
Nd.. .i A uo u pro-
ene ofsthe meeting of May
t o w read and a dprovd.
ww submitted ty U Me-
^* teity ofleialt, rde ad pd byMr.S
-'omomniation from Hon. Jos. A.
COdy Aty Ain re.
X" .of CA. Cay for" a p* *
t ad reed and at the completion
Sofdt h of the aid coEmankes
., wit asre ted that the same be
utP t .e Council, Upon the ioo n
'( a eChittenden taking no re-
O Mdai n oMection with the refund of
the amount of 1906 taxes as paid by Mr.
Communication from the city mar-
ket committee relative to the conditions
at ike city market was received, read
ordered filed.
Mr.y McIntosh, a member of the
srd erof managers of the City Electric
t Plant, appeared before the Coun
i and asked thact a committee be ap-
$oteted to examine and audit the books,
aeount, e*tc., of the City Electric
Plant, and the President appoint-
as a committee to make this exami-
E Messrs. Moor, Saxon and James;
-id committee to make their examina-
tio from the date of the report as
made by the committee last examining
aid plant.
Mayor McIntosh who was present,
appointed Mr. J. A. Fountain as im-
pounder for the city of Tallahassee, and





Cut Price Sale of Seasonable



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Men's Summer Suits.
The Hatchet has been stuck deep into these and many other good things.
Remember the date, JULY 8, 9, 10.

Prices Next Week.


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tm appointment was, upon motion of
Mr. Saxon, duly confirmed by the Coun-
Saxon, duly conrmed by the Coun Mrs Jeff Ferrell visited her daughter Straw hat weather: Go to Burns and Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Randolph are Death of Mr. Wataea.
Mr. Moor submitted to the Council at Crawfordville this week. Co's,. Everything in line of Hats spending a short vacation at Indian Mr. J. I. Watson, a well known eit-
norrespondence relative to Fire Depart- Hon. W. L. Clark, of Monticello, Mr. Harry Pearce and Linsey Papy. Springs, Ga., where neither heat nor zen of our city died here May 15th, at-
rmet matters in the city, and spoke to visited the Capital this week. spent Sunday with their many Tallah- mosquitoes do molest. ter a lingering illness of several w ks
the Council relative to the purchase of Mrs. J. W. Wideman spent a few assee friends. 201 Mr. Watson was well and favorably
a combination truck, with chemical ex- days in South Florida last week. 201 The mosquito must be endowed kown by a large circle of acquainta-
tinish hers, etc., and after discussion 201 Mrs. B. C Chaires and children are with a deeply religions nature since it ces. t belonged to the Woodmen of
ofthee matter, final action inconnecti ,spndin a season at their country home thrives under persecution. Jackson. the World, and Knights of ythla, He
therewith was deferred to the next Mr. Fred W. Kettle has returned Miss Juia having just returned home ville pers report that the census tak. was brried at Woodville by the W, 0.
metingr of the Council, and in connec- from a short business trip to St. Au- school at St Atustine en of these small citizens this summer W.
tion therewith the Finance Committee gustine. rom c shows increase of 100 per cent. W* .. sti e.
was requested to look into the matter Mrs. J. J. Pearce, of Benhaden, Mrs. L. A. Perkins and son, Mr. Alas for man-made theories I h s that Tat w so
of the financial condition of the city, visited her sons and Tallahassee friends A. Perkins, Jr., left on Wednesday for i F They say that Taahasee was so
and asccrtain whether or not the finan- the first of the week. Texas where they will spend the sum- Full line of Hannan's low quarter quiet Saturday night'you could have
cial condition of the city would justify ow Quarter Shoes and-Slippers for mer with relatives. Shoes for men, at Burns and Co's. heard the dew drop, the i sre the
this expenditure, and make report to men, women and children n Co of Mr. J. R. Jones, one of the popular Miss Daisy Stewart, one of Tallahas- brick walk and the fence rail we
the Council at the next meeting. feedinall s by Bu andCo. salesmen of the gents, furnishing de. see's most popular young ladies, is the don't pretend to say its so. Al itel
Mayor McIntosh stated to the Coun- ered n a zes by urn and o. apartment at Duval Br., left Tuesday fortunate nominee for a trip to the heads have left there and the
ell that Mr. T. J. Hawse had resigned Mrs. Rogers and children of Jackson- for Cair, Ga., where he will spend his Jamestown Exposition, Riven by the sounds rather chestnutty -Tampe t b
as a member of the police force of the ville, are visiting Mrs. Rogers' sister, summer vacation. Atlanta Constitution for the young lad une. Oak hall it off. There wa no at-
city, and submitted the name of Mr. J. Mrs. J. T. Bradford. Miss Daisy Stewart was in the At- receiving a plurality of votes from thFs mospheric condensation, neither did th
D. Coleman as Police Officer in the 201 lanta Constitution contest for the district. Miss Daisy will join the party coolness shriek, the pomp'ressed ela
place of Mr. T. J. Hawse, and upon mo. Lillias Collins spent several days Jamestown Expoaitlon, and will go to in themeantime, is receiving the cond Lak e City Index. .'
o Mr. Saxon the appointmentof Mr. pleasantly at Fisher's Creek this week Atlanta to jiomi e party on the first in tuhatontiher, rcing c a Cy_ ex.
Coleman was confirmed by the Council. with the Bryans. to make the trip. Her Tallahassee ttons of her friends. MiCaie weetingsent to erther
Matters in co Cemetery grounds in Oakland Trunks, Dress Suit Cases, Bags. Umrn- friends are congratulatig and wishing 201 a very interesting paper which itlased
Cemeterywhich theounil had autho- brellas and Walking Sticks, carried by her a most pleasant trip. A delightful driving part to Lake on steamers crossing the ocest. t m-
ized the ountBoard of Public Instruc- Burns and Co. A party of young ladies and gentle. Hall, that favorite resort of our pleas- tains all the news taken by wireless
t6n touse, weretaken up and consid- Our Fire Department promptly turned men spent a pleasant afternoon last ure seekers, was indulged in by some telegraphy, is very amusing and inter-
by the Counci and the Cemeer out reonce to alarmsent in from Friday on a drive to Lake Hall. The of our young ladles and gentlemen last atig. iss Cm is visit Mr. ad
Committee was directed to take up ths district 23, Wednesday. party was given by Messrs. Frank D. Tue afteron. The entlmen Mrs. wetings'relativ In irope sad
matter and see how much had been ex- I Mrs. Groover, of Jacksonville is visit- Duval and J.R. Jones in honor of Miss were Messrs. J. A..EAVuion. Earls..l6 will enjoy a most pleasant su mmerout-0
aded by the County for improvements iing her father. Judge T. Bernard of lAlbertha Knapp, the charming neice of Perkins J. E. McNair and A. H. Will- i...
enedbyn t ount or i vemet-s her father, Judge J. T. Bernard of Mrs. G.H. Aerett. i. he ou li w e eMi s Messrs. R. G and Miles H. Johnson,
thereon and how much they had receiv-, this ciLy. Mrs. G. H. Averett.w M es rs. R. G and Miles Jo
ed on account of rents therefrom and 201 Mr. H. H. Isler has returned, after Henrietta Ames and Ma rP e Rane will next year. plant tobacco on the
see as to whether or not the conditions a week's absence, to 'his post at Du- ona Ahe a.ry PI bM Miller plantation, which they recently
Bae r. P. H. Carswell, the prescription- Bidolph] They were accompanied by Mr.
under which the County Board had been Dr P H Cawell the precription- val Bros.' dry goods emporium. Even Mr. purchased on a large scale. Both are
given the use of the said house had not st for Hardee-Smith Co., left Sunday during so short an absence, Mr. Isler Gani rs. owardh am an rsenterprising hustlers and are sure to be
been fulfilled and to make report to the for Jamestown. Will be out of town has been greatly missed, as there are Genevve Randolph. succeful. Fact is the prospects' are
next meeting of the Council. for ten days or two weeks many ladies in our community who Rev. J. W. Dutill, of Apalachicola, that next year a large portion of L#ea
Ordinances relative to regulating 201 have an abiding conviction that he is who is in the city attendant upon the will be producing shaded leaf cigar
speed of automobiles and requiring pub- Dr. and Mrs. Rhea have gone to their the only clerk in town who can properly League Conference, preached last Sun- wrapper tobacco. It has come for
Ifc hacks to be numbered were presen-, home in Dallas Texas. They were ac- attend to their wants. Mrs laler and day in the Trinity Methodist church. good and the tobacco growing desire
ted and read and the Ordinances were companies by Dr. Rhea's brother whose their infant son remained in Carrabelle If going to the coast only for the for a handsome profit is growing and a
referred back to the Committee on Laws illness here had been the cause of their for a fortnight's visit. Sunday, don't forget your Bathing spreading.
and Ordinances for their further consid-! detention in Tallahassee. 201 Suit. See urnms and Co. 201 *
eration and preparation of new Ordinan- -
ces on these subjects. I
Warrants aggregating $3,311.73 were
drawn in payment of accounts presen- i
ted and approved.
Upon motion the Council thereupon
took a recess until June 27th, 1907, at
8 o' clock P. M. has. G. Myers. J. Gordon Pearce.
200 Umbrellas, at 98 cents. Valne
$1.25 to $2.13 at W. R. Wilson's.
The rallahassee Steam Laundry is'
now ready to fill that "long felt"want I n
See the "Rush Rate," "Regular Rate" M YERS and PEAR E
and the "Family Rate" 16-tf
Newe Boy Gt Busy I war**7m %&7 mrZArm nFFYOM T "'ISN mTY7AE

Mr. Sweeting has again shown his
generosity and good wishes for a good
thing by presenting a beautiful gold
medal to the best shot among the Blox-
ham Rifles. This medal is to be con-
tested for by each member, the or.e
makir,g the finest score to own it. Now
boys, let us show our appreciation to
Mr. Sweeting by each and every one
working hard for this handsome gift
Ice Cream Supper.
Leon Camp No. 2, of the Woodmen
of the World wili give an ice cream
supper in the Woodmen hall, on Monroe
street, in Tallahassee Florida, on
Thursday night, June 27th. All mem-
bers of this Camp are urgently re-
quested to be present, also visiting
Woodmen are cordially invited to come
and partake of the feast, and enjoy a
pleasant p. m. "While the forest is
yet unbroken, come and partake of the
east as a token." Brethren, don't be
the last hair on the tail of procrastina.
tion, be present at this feast and asaist
a In cutting more sticks of timber, for
good lumber is now badly needed, and
seem the chilly blasts of winter will be
floating about us and then wood will be
a real necessity. So come and let us'
prIe for the future.
Me in behalf of the W. O. W. of
Talahasee, Florida.
Negligee Shirts to suit the most fas-
tidious, carried by Burns and Co

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Life Insurance

Fire Insurance

Accident Insurance

Real Estate

We:handle the leading Insurance Companies and

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Lesal MNews *Of Chai
Chairs, ra., Jan 11, 107.
Mn Mr.ara B cW 1pdbIher
tor tfr Georgetown
s.g., wh*-* sh** wI Pd eTwl
weeka with hw sm Roeeeo .
Th atter s wnt to WayeowGo., to
M b moy Bar ut waw
S bome by message a -
nuagte sden d aswrious abese
of linantirahter, Geraldiine, who
died yt :70oclock.
Al onl nine months old she
hadbeoa th hom long enouh for
the feed parent' affections to be con-
terd very strongly upon her.
Mrn BurTough anddaughter, Mrs.
Eddie Duncan of Starke arrived last
week to visit Mrs. D. G. Chairs.
Prof. H. P. Woodberry conducted the
a.xaminaton for teachers last week in
Miss Clifford Patterson recently re-
turned from a pleasant visit torelatives
at Monely Hall. near Madison.
MisN INtt Chairen of Valdosta Ga., st
,n a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Chaires.
Mr. Green of Madison. and Mr. Wal-
ter BIdeors of Mosely Hall, found at-
tractions for them in Chaires Sunday.
Mr. William Carmine left last week
for Tampa where he will for the pres-
ent reside..
Mrs. Howell and daughter, Miss Flor-
rae, are visiting Miss Mamie Snipes
during her mother's absence.
Mrs carboro, of Ellaville, spent last
week with her aunt here, Mrs. Wood-
herry. Mrs. 8S. brought h1r cornet and
delighted her friends with her music,
accompanying the piano.
Miss Lila Bryan of Tallahassee, via-
ited MaU Lills Smith Sunday and a por-
tion of Monday.
, Miss Amanda Chaires returned last
week from Tallahassee, whereshespent
commencement week with her many
Mr. C. J. English, of Greenville, was
in the burg Saturday night, the guest
of Mr. Hightower. He went to Talls.
hasee to see Mr. C. T. Hancock, also
whom we are glad to learn is somewhat
Two new dwelling houses will soon be
in process of erection in Chairse, to be
occupied by the families of Messrs.
Will Hightower and John Chairee.
Mrs. E. J. Howell went to Tallahas-
nee Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. I.
8. Patterson, returning Monday.
A lsge tad appreciative congregation
ilH wvetldrstiret to eaw. J. Z.
Wodran discourse Sunday morinh
nZiU 4 od it church upon the text,
"For what shall It profit a man If he
*hall gain the whole world and lose his
own saoult." This subject of profit and
loss was handled in a bousness-like and
Impresolve manner by Mr. Woodward.
A rles of services will begin in the
Meoodist church here on the 24th. The
SMtwr will have as his able assistant
t heRev. Smith Hardin, of Monticello.
The Senior Ipworth Ieague held an
interesting meeting Sunday p. m., the
e being Chitlan Educatiom.
This league will be repre td at the
State Conference in Tallah *see next
"Always I OEd Mr."
No man in Tallahassee was more bit-
terly abused- more severely ritilclsed
during the smlsion of the stalature
than Peter 0 Knight, of Tapa; but.
for all that he was the one in, who,
In spite of everything, etood like a
rock, between the reactions element
and the solid interests of e state.
Contemptuously referred to ,y would.
be "reformers of the brass-bound
.type. asa"mere Iobbyit," Peter 0.
Knight in In reality one .f the most suc-
cesaful and brilliant lawyers In the
state- and it would he more to the point
to refer to him as a legislative agent,
who goes to Tallahassee simply to pro-
tect the interests he represents in a le-
galcapacity all the year round, from
thi attacks of demagogues,. intent upon
S gaining popular favor among the un-
thinking Some idea of the nature in
the tak undertaken by Mr. Knight,
when he went to Tallahasee last April,
may be gathered from the fact that he
Sref oilowing important of-
teti -ra-liloads, water .forks, gas
comfmnes, street railroads, electric
light companle, telephone companies,
and the Tampa Brewing Company.
With all this upon his shoulders, 'little
Peter" was always in good humor and
high spirits; and he is certainly to be
congratulated upon the fact that, while
some SJ) bills against the beet inter-
ests of the state were introduced, but
one passed Mausey' railroad tax bill.
In speaking of Mr. Knight's work at
the capitol, one of his intimate friends
was heard to say: "Peter has always
tried to protect what eeems to him the
beet interests of the state- -a state, by-
the-way, that has a ippulation of only
about seven or eight people to the
square mile; and which most of all
needs more men and more money. As

for the Massey bill the only argument
for it Is that the railroads pay no license
tax. Hut why should theyT I often
wonder how many of these howlers
against the corporations knew that the
assessed valuation of the state is about
$142.()0,000., while that of the railroads
is $26,00,(000) nearly one-fifth of the
whole. And I wonder how many of
these kickers realize that the railroads
own leas than one-fifteenth of the prop.
erty in the state, which means that
they are today paying three time as
much taxes as the rest of us?" hort
Talks Times-Union

sopreseaedv**m hf s b .Da
T'o peo Ia f5ebsess
J01W ."01-WM
The Florida Negro B0lim1 Laee1
oranised In JacksonviNe In Jie,
S hold its secondnmm at
Tallahaisee M on the 2 and 27 tt.
The membership of de Leagwe is
composed ofaclees of th arn in.
dastrious and thrivit colored men of
the State and there are ma feature
connected with it that are emmend-
There is a national orgeati of
colored men, known s- the National
Nemo Businmas LOeM organized in
Boat Maw., A at, UiO, of
whih Booker T. Wasa is presi-
dent. This National body met hi At-
lanta last year and will meet in Topeks,
Kansas in August. The Florida Leaue
affiliates with the National organzxa-
The Tallahassee meeting on the 26th.,
is looked forward to with a great deal
of interest among the colored people
of the State.
The programme of exercises for the
two day's session will represent that
class of Negroes in different parts of
the State, who are successful in their
respective pursuits, both along in-
dustrial and business line.
M. M. Lewey publisher of the Pen-
sacols, Florida Sentinel is president of
the State League, and through him a
low railroad rate over all lines in Flor-
ida has been secured. The Seaboard
Air Line, on account of this meeting,
will sell round trip tickets from all
Florida points for one fare plus 26

Ber Milem Nowt.
Landing at Ellis Island in two days,
recently, more immigrants than at any
one time. One day 20,0000; next day
22,000. 1600 of thee came to Florida.
One-third of our population are for-
eign born or of foreign parantage,
among them over sixty nationalities.
There are five thousand Chinese wo-
men in California. Fifteen hundred of
them are slaves In San Francisco, and
two hundred little slave girls have been
sold there,
There are forty-seven Buddhist tem-
ples in this country, where the worship
the same as in heathen countries.
A Chinese mission in California sup-
ports three native workers in China.
We notice a few of our brother edit-
ors seem to seem to think many mem-
bers of the Legislature Introduced and
sought the paage of radical and dras-
tie measures. W would like for our
friends to enumerate some of these
drastic measure, because people differ.
We have lived long eogh toreallise
that egialation that Is-te -nd Juat but
for th common good isofton denounced
as radical. Intd of king broad,
sweeping allegations, single out the
measure and we sdaeayIn many in
stances the people will approve of the
measure Instead of branding at as dras-
tic.-Lakeland Sun, [Is Senator-
Editor Trammell now trying to get on
the "Mourner's" bench.]
Bert Barber, of Elton, Win., says "I
have only taken four doses of your Kid-
ney and Bladder Pills and they have
done for me more than any other medi-
cine has ever done. I am still taking
the il as I want perfect cure." Mr.
Barber refers to DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills. which are unequaled for
Backache, weak kidneys, inflammation
of the bladder and all urinary troubles.
A weeks treatment for 25c. Sold by
All Druggists. *
Says Things light.
That man, Joe Dixon, who writes
things for the bright and interesting Live
Oak Democrat, keeps saying things just
like we would did he not find them out
first, and we again copy this one from
him :
The Faulkner law which compels the
over-loaded bose-fighter to tell where
he got his booe In prohibition commu-
nities so that the offers may rundown
the "blind tiger,,' may not be consti-
tutional, asthe Tampa Tribune suggetas;
but if it ain't, it ought to be, andit it is
agin that blessed document, we are in
favor of repealing the latter so far as it
conflicts with the aforesaid law. Just
why it is unconstitutional for a witness
to be compelled to answer a queetiom,
which doesn't incriminate himself when
the answer may serve the useful pur-
poe of locating a criminal, we don't
The Colored State Normal School
closed in Tallahassee yesterday and this
morning's Seaboard train was crowded
with people on route to their respective
homes. The boys and girls were far
above the average of their race and
their general demeanor elicited favor-
able comment from our white people.
Evidently these pupils are receiving
excellent training- Live Oak Demo-
crat, 80th.
Replying to alleged misstatements
published in regard to the plea filed by
his son in the recent libel suit, Major
A. St. Clair-Abrams, in The Time
Union, of May, 15, presents a phase of
the proceedings that if true, puts the
cae in a new light. It is asserted in
the matter of securing witnesses from
out the state., the outcome of the case
may have been althgether different
Major Abrams proposes to take the
State stump and as far as possible set
the matter to rights before the peo-
pie. St. lucy Tribune.
For scratches, burns, cuts., insect bites
and the many little hurts common to
every family. DeWitt's Carbolized
Which lies. Salve in the best remedy.
It in soothing, cooling clean and heal-
ing. ie sure you get I)eWitt's Sold
by All I)rugiet *


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with the Bet the market as.

for ft hasten r*rer.wy by
There 'Is Just one thing the matter
with a person who has bees aok--
that I, weaklness.
To all such people In this vitoeltyw
recommend our delicious cod 4ver
preparation, Vinol, as the very be t
Strength creator for convalescents
Vinl strengthens the difgeetive or.
ans, creates an appetite, promotes
sound leep, makes rich, red blood,
and bulde up a depleted system to
health and vigor.
This Is because VInol contains all
the medicinal elements of cod liver
oil with the useless oil eliminated and
tonic Iren added. We guarantee It,
Tathamm Drug Company.


Fence I

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

BEST and

Can be built for.less than
15 cents a R(od.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.

Jel. D. Ferrell,


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

A portion of the public
patronage is solicited
and satifactiOn uaran oft
toed. Sft



Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing. Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
kafm, f %'O't m n t

Table Supplied

Mu..a, 25 Cu Ls 25 CML...
Eat plenty and sleep sound,
Pay your bills and take in the town.

| We Aire Now Open

We are located on the east side of Monroe street
next to telegraph office where you will find every
thing new, neat and clean.
Your prescriptions will always be filled as the
doctors write them.
Our Mr. R. 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.

RW. W. obb, Drui Go.


Ladies Suits a Specialty.
Work called for and delivered to any art of the City.
Membership $1.50 per month. Phone No. 13.
G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.

A Public Benefactor.
What the Thomasvllle ehiropodist
Is able to Corrects
Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perepinrng 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 being free from
such pain, I most cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiropodist of Thomasville, Ga.-Macon Telegraph.
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffice, Macon, Ga.

Mr8. George waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Dress-
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wave 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 comely without
in head hands and feet. Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails is unnessary;
they effect the eye-sight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every disorder
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck

Dr. Robert E. Willams,

taee tou pleae .y mt- Surgeon Chiropodist Masseur,
rons. ..... . "SAMA RIA"9
Telephone 232 731 North Madison St. THOMASVILLE, GA.
Plumg a Spialty o
= S---i Old Kemper Liverv Stables.
V 444 9 MA V V

ou r C. 'M. SHOEMAKER, Propr.

Stomach Under New Manqgement.
No appetite lss of strength.rvou EVERYTHING ON WHEELS. 68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.
general debility, so ri ngs. and catarrh GOOD PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE.
of the stomach ra all due to n OPEN ALL HOURS., TELEPHONE NO. 38
Kedol relieves indigestilon. This new dtov A .,
cry represents the natural juices of dige.
eion as they exiot In a healthy stomach. S A V ID !!
omblned with the greatest known toniSlAD
and reconstruoUtve prpertlee. Kodol fo O or S v
dyspelsa does aot onJy relieve Indilgeslom 50 Pr Ca of YO W Shoe M by having
ayeps, but tO famous remed A R S. T WV I N E
puifyin. stmeeltnr and sbtrenthenin Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class .Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Om eurMe me d we aMe "m eIt s i Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your old
FSO GaNaaO-NWsAK KIONm ve *suit made new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
S *A to fit. Old Panama Hata Cleaned and Made New. No take.
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Go to the Drug Store on the
other side of Monroe St.




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W 'i OCa" pal of the State ke Reem I
SeM is itasated o seven hills. BIe.
vtie S feet above the -an level.
Is the burles metropolis of middle W.
all hial, has the finest agricultural land h. slat. W
.a tethe State. M ,so 'i oa m
as the finest tobacco lands outsi In the County J 4> Court, Len
f Cubs a. Superior Sumtram ad Cuba County Florida to te.
wrapper leaf is grown extensively fa t ao e :o1

Has the finest grazing lands in the nest t"O IG ah 1 .a .
"A Dj 19011. %a *%Am, *
U Ma the finest dairies and is the great- Um S r-Sttamethe e mtO S
eat milk and butter prodding County O atl s o1lss County.srda.
b.the State. allperso nlwi ebedied mn
ls the railroad center of Middle Flor- 2o t.I= soautm id. t
Ida. dsir* the mid = IM prcnt to witneMM that
suck Waa wil" 1l.andUOttnM will wu made In
Has waterworks. gas, electric lights, the tim of the last sickness of Mde eased.
A fire department and police system, lo- WJun th. on, ..
cal and long distance telephone, all of GAto--m- l RobPa.sn.
the most efficient character. Vieolearo Sale.
Us& good natural hard clay roads. foJt^osr We.
Sgood natural hard clay ads Under and by virtue o: a decree of foreclosure
Is the educational center of the and oerenderedon Oth Ith d of May, A. D.
St*te, 1907. in the Circuit Court of the Sond Judicial
Circuit of lorida, in and for the County of Leon.
Churchqt of all denominations are InChancerysittin.In certain cause pending
thersin, wherein Nathan B. Young is Complain-
represento... ant. and Martha W. Jones. Robert Garnet. and
Is surrounded by fine lakes which HenryhGarnettarendefendants. I willllletpub-
Is surrounded by fine lakes which outcry to the highest bidder for h bef
abound with all kinds of fish. the county court house door in the city of Talia-
hasse in aid cunt, o the rt day of July A. D.
Is the "Hunter's Paradise;" quail 197.be twn thehour of i o'clock a. m..and
e o'clock, p. m.., all that certain lot or parcel of
and wild turkey in abundance. lead situate, lying sad bel~g n the city of TaIls.
Has a public library, two newspaper hw= t addeered d follows, towt: Lot
plants, three banks, three hotels, one l an o l city except that pt therof-
scrad as follows: .mumnering at the Southeast
cotton oil mill of. large capacity, three corner of w k lot. thence run North thirty-four
eigar factories, three railroads, one (34) feet, thence West twenty-four (4) feet.
thence South thirty-four (34) feet thence Mast
iron foundry, three machine shops, along St. Augustine street twenty-four (24) feet
three saw and planing mills, one ice to the place of beginningnland also except that
three saw and planing mills, one ice part heretofore deeded to U. 0. O. & S. Lodge by
factory, one cotton compress. by Henrietta Rollins. B. WINTHo
14.-t Special Master i Chancery.
SThe next regular meeting of the Here's Geed Advie.
Elk ofTradewillmeetJuly 16th,Hall 0. S. Woolever, one of the best
...- .. - known merchants of Le Raysville, N.
IIice of i(stel A Agy fr Y., says: "If you are ever troubled
ke of bteMO to1 Ifrt Leners Owith piles apply Bucklen's Arnica
Patent. Salve. It cured me of them for good
20 years ago." Cures every tore,
wound, burn or abrasion. 25c at all
Notice is giventhat the unersigned will apply to drug stores. *
ooorable N. B. Broward, Governor of Florida.
atTallashaseaon then day of July. A. D. 1907 t otNe loct the Children.
far Letter Patent orpoti the "Americanot Neglec heChdre.
Samatra Tobacco Company..' under the following At this season of the year the first
roped charter, the original of which in on file unnatual loosness of a child's bowels
In the offlce of the Secretary of the State of unnatual loosness of a child's bowels
lorida. of should have immediate attention. The
* L. C. YAR t, beat thing that can be given is Cham-
GOsonioT. MACKNU1A. berlin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Ononon L. PERKINS.
Jon. J. WRnePLI.. Remedy followed by costor oil as direct-
H. N. SwasrNo. ed with each bottle of the remedy. For
MoroP EDu CHARTR oF TUm "AnAICAN SUMATRA sale by Tallahassee Drug Co store *
The undersigned hereby associate themselves WANTED. -Furnished house for sum-
tagether for the purpose of beoomin incorporated mer months by small family No
d forinln a corporation under to laws of the children. P. 0. Box 354, CITY, 16-2t
State of Florida with the following proposed .CT-- 1
.a'rter. A Dangerous Deadlock,
The name of the corporation shall be "Amert- that sometimes terminates fatally, is
can Sumatra Tobacco Company:" Its business the stoppage of liver and bowel func-
Ouall be conducted in the State of Florida., the tions. To quickly end this condition
other states of the United states and all foreign without disagreeable sensations, Dr.
countries, wherever necessary. Its principal of- King's Nthout diew sagifreea Pill sensations, r.
See shall be Tallahassee. Flbrida. King's New Life Plls should always beI
2. your remedy. Guaranteed absolutely
The general nature of the bu.sineni to be trans- satisfactory in ever case or money
actd, shall be to grow. cure. ferment, pack. buy back, at all drug store. 25c.
and sell leaf tobacco and all products there-
f.; to buy, mortgage and iell lands and personal
# ponety; to raise live stock. conduct a general
farminsand mercantile business: saw and manu-
facture lumber; ti, employ laborers and alrents;
to borrow money and issue notes. bonds and other
evidences of debt and secure the name by mort- (C. 0. ANDREWS, President.
gege or otherwise. upon all of its property: to
receive payment for capital stock subscribed for
Soney or property t just vnluton to be TALLAHASSb S
fxed by the board of director: and to do every- AL A S F S
thing necessary to conduct the above mentioned
b"si". Owned by home people
The amount of capital stuck shall be One Hun-
dred Thousand Dollars. to be divided into two FAMILY RATES
hundred shares of five hundred dollars each: ten
percent of which shall be subscribed and paid for REGULAR LA
before the company shall transact any business; RG L L
any of said capital stock may be used for the pur.
has of property at a just valuation to he fixed Laundry Carriage always r
by the Board of Directors at a meeting to be re
eslded for said purpose. PHONE LONG AND SHO
The term for which sand cor(,>ratoon .hall ex- C Gc i
ist hall be ninety nine years. Call package office at Hill'
The officers of sasi company to transact maid ham Hotel.
buialnemsa shall be the President. Vice-I'sldent.
General Manaser. Secetarand Treaur and a Machinery new and long ex
Boardof Directors. to composed of oot lea than
three and not more than thirteen. The coce of
Vice-Prestdent and General Manager may be held
hi the im person; and likewise that of Seer-

tary and Treasurer. The Board of Directors may
be rand at any time by By-Laws. The Direc-
ol ahal be elected by stoekholdera at each meet-
=. All other efficers shhil be elected annual by
Dr .to Annual meetinssof the Directors and
stoek.holders shall be held on the last Monday of
Ju in each year; but said dat may be chained
by B-Laws. The Incorpertes shall meet on the
last Modaof July. A. D, 107 at the office of sald
e at eleven t e eek A. M., ter the purpose
odop nu By-Laws. holding the rst annual
S mein for the election of a rand con-
* p~ltuwr its organtation. Until the coler at ths
annual meeting shall be qualSed. the beas-
mes dhall be conducted by the fellowin pser a:
L. CY er. Presm t; Geore T.Mackno.
via- d ewsral Manager; Gear-e .
Perkins. Seertary and Treasurer: and a Board of
Draetors cped of L. C. Yarger. n Geor T.
Mastne,Ge O ge~a B. Perkins. H. N. Sweetie
amd J. J. Whispell.
The highest amount of indebitednems or lIbilty
at any time shall be Two Hundred Thousand
The ame and residences of subscribing incor-
atorm, th with capital stock subscribed
by eschb. slU be as follows:
Name Residenc Amit.of Stock
SC. Yaseer. Tallahases. Fla. -.ma
GeaorT. Macknes. Tallahaease. Fla.. M55 w
G gB. Perkins. TaI-aame. ia .. Is.
Jes. Whie. Jackmaeiml. PVa.. MM W as
H.N. Sweetnr. Tallainme.- Via. Two Thiwas
aad Dea am
L. C.Ya -
GeesM T. MA CKcwim.
OGau a B. PMssis.
Jo J. WmraL .
H. N. Bwu To.
Subscribing rneorporators.
ate"eof Florida.
OmaUty of LAs.
Se'e ma the Bidersneed authority peinally
b --*-< LC. Yaeer, GesaiT. M kasa. OGeage
and H. N. Swestg to me well kewn.
-- w beh duly swo. severally my. that they

Enginos.'andBoler Smoke Stacks,

It 'fa
t BLOOD, mwel, k
Swell. It slyo 0 ca to
tL Moey refunded it
not stiafed. s&r eale only by TallS-
hasse DnW Co No.S.
In the Distriets. of the United
States, NowrtheiuiJa t of Florida,
at Tallahaes Bankruptcy.
In the Mamasr of g wall oevlopmen
and Lumber Oeam

County of L s Dlstrict a'm mad
Noteaiceais gt a t es the Slat day of
May. A. D. 111., Am a Bushwall Develop.
meat and Lumbr w .a sorporation r-t
ised uder the laws t btt of Columbia
but doin buimlmati tat of Florida wa
duly adJudinotad l a Wd that the first
meeting of its Me w br held at Tallahaa-
ose*, on the S st dt June. A. A D. im. at
which time the aid aiditrs may attend, prove
their claim, appoint a tnutla. examine the bank-
rupts and trao met ea le other business as may
p"tpr ey bmae fore soid meeting.
ited thi June th. A.I. 107.
W. C. HoDu.
16-1t Rlaferee in Bankruptcy.
axecato's neIrce.
creditors. alega distrobltee and all per.
sons having elama or o slasai agalnat the estate
of Edward IH. IMyM.'daemE.. late of Leon
County. Florida, to fent such claims or de"
mands to the undenro-ed within two years from
this date, otherwise ta manM shall forever after-
ward be barrel.
This I4thday of Jun A. JD. MYER.
Executor of lat wilU and testament of
l6-8t d dward H. Myero.
Fe r Sale r east.
The Constantine Hotel, apply to
Special Tax Scheel District No. 1,
At Tallabaseet Fla" te Deter*
m*ie Mlla*e and Elect
Tnutees fr Said
by law. that the biennial election for the pur.
pose of electing a Board of Trustee, and of de-
terming the milalae to be levied for the ensuing
two year: for "Spet1al Tax District number one
known as Tallahassee Sub District;" will be held
on Monday the eighth day of July, 1907 in the
Sheriff's Ofce of the County Court House, at
Tallahassee. This election shall be held under
the aama rulesand regulations. and qualifications
of electors shall be te mas ae prescribed for
those voting in the original election creating the
said pla tax hool district number one, or
Tallalhassee Sub School District.
Done by order of the Board of Public Instruc-
tion of Leon Count this 11th day of June. A. D.
1907. GEOROI I. DAVIS, (Chairman.)
E. B. ErPm. aSretory. 16-6t
Notice for Pblicatieon.
May0. 1907.
Notice is hereby given that March Cromuel. of
Chairs. Fla. has fled notice of his intention to
make final Ave years proof in support of his
claim, via: Homestead Entry No. 31476 made
April 15, 1902, for the E'i of 8E. Section M,
Township 1 8.. Range 2 E., and that said proof
will be made before J. J. Hodges, U. 8S. Commis.-
*loner at Tallahassee. Fla.. on July 1907.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon. and cultivation of, the
John G. Chairs. Joe Ash. Samuel I'. Chairs,
Bradford Chairet, all of Chaires, Fla.
HENRY S. CHURN. Itegister.

C. E. GASQUE, Manager.

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when I say that you are buying the
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water, it is as unalterable a the laws
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You know that there are colors whilh Mignify dnesM th wMe
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enLv AF M9u21

ft Mg espe a eWW sae m i e-i
os Iegsd lapme of Teme
[Oakis Minn. Review.]
A few wees Bo weewproduced a
aol, o* bytoto I
dw ertl the ? e n
tho o timr e thde, Ponm rood
i recently raderd a report
n "ifsah Carve Cut" aad
ar e = too entaa to40 percent
w h b mrkthrown wraond
apr. Alto tdit "Bull Durwaiaad
am trs%4 at all, thd esthr part be.
hats eu.d and that riDuke's aix
St 'Twaso ettle the cnt. tobacco.
The Amerafood bacto Co., having
had their attenton called to the artl
wheis has been making the rounds of
the os te prw, advise us that the state-
bena bsota lued therein are false and
ibelou n o d ettle thor n tentio nt of an
article publis mhed by an authority so close
food "epartmentofV nasso-
the false owner of the Fairmount Sen-
Gentinl isen: supposed to bursof thhe Review
wro I to t Steer this pr nev food
commission and the re Iy received
from Mr. later proves the report ito
have been absolutely false. This paper
aste fro dthisre or Intention of our any.
thing to w fully Injure any individu-
alor eorporatlon. We take re in
giving this -tatement en *r. Slater's
better as much publicity as was given
the false statement from the Fairrount
mont entinel, but hd nol.
Mr. Slater's letter:
St. Paul May 8, 1907.
The Review, Osakis, Minn.
Gentlemen: Replyin s to your of the
t have this department t haa never
made any analyses of tobacco. I can-
notnde d with the worka rebt have ned
circulation. It certainly did not ema-
nate from this department or our met
noticed tho Item run In the Fair-
mount Sentnel, but had noticed Itnoy
In several papers before It was published
in that paper. In some of the articles
I have asee different state department
credited with the work, but have not
been able to find just which department
published such a report In fact I am
rather inclined to think that It is the
result of ome newspaper run n eportes
Imagination and he rs probably, eny-
reat atisfaction over the reisultner.of
You will note that the enclosed clip-
Dn Iasb to speclfy which state di-
A are ne ma e for alyses This
Cam ng ha been run In papers
it I ean be of further service please
call on me. Your very truly,

A large fine mule for sale, apply to
CHOLD DMo&. 18

A learned doctor, p0e1iog frw mp
es every dismer tabWesays: "A peasam
ease to diner weary e= begm y
am& needs ASt somethintohee umea
the seeretios of the sea The
flst course, bet soep. doa tas by its
at s e aup rves isMh sOetrol
the blood veesas. TaMiSa the aoup
slowly Is an a dto do sot a favorite dishb a r soyt e
be substittoed, surviM t eame pue'
pose. The joaot or rust a8 aIo be
takes with beat to thae syta- sad
the pme, vegtables sad aweets
iould follow ia tetr ordwr, ot nee.
essarly in eounras for the palin fatW
Ily dinner, however."
lseeae *o fhie sme&,
The mileage of the blood elrcUlatlos
reveals some astounding facts In our
personal history. Thus It bha been cal-
culated that. assuming the heart to
beat 00 times a minute at ordinary
heart pressure, the ilood goes at the
rate of 201 yards toin the minute, or ser-
en miles per hour. 108 miles per day
and 6,820 miles per year. It a man
of eighty-four years of age could have
one single blood corposele boating Is
his blood all his Uft It would have
traveled Is that m- tine 5.1SMSU

Waseh &ad gee.
A well known borseman describes a
fact In natural bletory which may not
be generally known. It is that all tour
footed beasts In tmakla te first move-
meat in walking rnaming or any sort
of forward motion always employ the
left bind leg as a starter. yves a
child It put down on all fours and bid-
den to advance la that position will
make the first move with Its left leg.
Its hands at the time occupying the
pltea of an animal's fore legs.
Am Aesemplllahed t.
"Orandma, may I take that piece of
chocolate you left on the table? I will
be so good."
"Tes. you may take it."
The little girl does not move.
"Why don't you go and get It?"
"Oh, grandma, dear. I ate it first"

semethiar Ne** Had iefoSte.
Small Boy-Mister. kin you change a
ten dollar bill? Mister-No, sonny.
That belongs strictly to my wife's
share of the domestic duties. I might
have been able to change one long ago,
but I'm clean out o' practice now.
Am AwVtl SNab.
"And you call this ebair unique?
Why, It Isn't any older than I aml"
"Well. ma'am. that may be, but It's
antique, all right." l--ounton Post.

mows f the device bwy 'wMh u
ar Indlfesarence to fIfe aW be6 **M
tw* sad sustained am neuru. l t
aaodltt Athens the pIble 1 ~pis
wrn ei a to those who 0medt wil-.
tay ervke, who dewred thuk IaM
Or tat tltr buckters, whM e a w *
setNad -sDc offenders to It ftI tr
dips a the public tfors dias t
Me $Maeu- of women. am S Sa
sa mNethw would stab be us wh W
bme ieak alive ftro a mdeoft, sa
*i* mau ift be escaped his mther,
wae demved not tnly thm pWs.e f-
M tat frob m mnarra. emeOd teo*
bleow all who chose to trike hi.
oplpdid to drems In mean clothing
and to wear his beard n0l4Pmtly
tglamed. In the same way a borse
older who fled or lost his hableld or re-
selved a wound in any save the front
part of the body was by law prevented
from ever afterward appearing In pub.
The Viral gielrti Traim.
Te earliest public trial of a passen-
ger boat driven by an electric motor
was that coniutetod by Professor Ja-
cobi of St. Peternburg in the year 1838,
though for four years previously be
bad successfully experimented with
electric traction in the privacy of his
own grounds. The trial of Jacobfi'
vesel took place on the Nova and was
witnessd by a vast crowd of people.
The boat was twenty-eight feet long
and ten feet wide and carried fourteen
It was not until four years later that
we find any record of a passenger car-
riage driven by electricity on land, and
In this ease the inventor was Alexan-
der Davidson of Edinburgh. The car-
riage was sixteen feet long by seven
ftest wide and was Impelled for a mile
and a half at the rate of four miles an
hour on the Idlnhurgh and Glasgow
The 10ame of the sheeb .
Among the gyp4ies of Bosnia there
IU a curious gained called "the game of
che shbpp."
You know they skin a sheep or goat
in the east by dragging the skin off
whole over its head. This skin the
Bosnians drip and greae moiot care-
fully. Then they tlie up the. four legs
and tlw neck and blow it full of air, so
that It look" like a very greasy. badly
shapeLd sheep. This la thrown in the
middle of a ring. andl ,ch marn in turn
Jtunallm on it with bre freet until one
succeeds In bursting it. The'I lucky one
then gets a purse. Much a funny might
an it 1i to see them Jump il ad prawl,
for of course if they do inot strike It at
Just the right angle they HIllp on the
greasy surfae as It it were a toboggan
allde and go sprawling.

'I TpeaU.*l w sbume b urn.s" o"
a tavelsr. "It is J, aa uummar
yon MOaS a aaIN!b g0amdo aom
IaNgSd m h ahatnd e b m, a"
O f st ams se--1ft s httlea 2 **
evw tw SrMS SMi ema
rewles am sw mig Mb. *i1 .
tIse eight is slame. rmos emes
believe s b be bmSt eom io sa
ln that wfle lmaMt bO a ae tW
mle Uamp dawy tme y a eds the
a swim baura theay waM L
Norm in the Nea is woa wer a MW


During the reigns of Willisa B1utM
Heary L and Stephen all sorts f es
travagant shoes were wor. The toae
were sometimes long and plated sad
sometimes made to curl like a am's
horn. Occasionally they wrn twstd
in different directions, as though th
fet were deformed. The lergy pro-
tested and threatened, but the fashion
continued In spite of the maledletas.
Several persons were wA d*,,A iL ated
for weartg. posted hoes, but teyw
took the risk.
noadling r tVe.
The lady witness had become quite
picturesque In her testimony, and the
attorney had called her down Into a way
that had made her mad all over. "Com-
ine yourself to facts It you please,
madam," he said in conclusion. "Very
well," she replied tartly. "You are no
gentleman. How does that strike you?"'
-London Tit-Bits.
The Heilht ef Umadrsene.
"Are you capable of enduring toll,
self sacrifice and personal discomfort
In your determination to accomplish
something you have set out to do?" In-
quired the man who gives advice.
"Yes," answered the youth, "I can
coneclentiously say I am. I once col-
ored a meerschaum pipe."-Exchange.
The VUmkidest Cut.
"Is It true that your father Is so
angry with you that he even refuses
to speak to you?"
"Why, he won't re-ognise me at all.
He Is no an",y that the last time we
met he eve vst my sllowance."-Bal-
timore American.
ner Veralom of It.
"But didn't you promise when we
were married that I uthould smoke In
the house v never I pleased?"
"Yes. but you never please by smok-
Ing In the house. You displease-me."


I build them under a
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
V. Adkinson,
P. O. Box 4,
'allahassee. Florida.

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

Vw Sal&
Two beautiful lots at Panacea Springs,
one adjoining Mr. Hall's house. Ad-
dress r. Beyond. 179 High Street,
Orange, N. J. 9-tf
A full line of Men's Furnishings ear-
ried by Burns and Co. 1i


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