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parties putt that it was oily OBI the owners of ofautomobiles ofsutooblles f fltomObUH
automobiles who were interested d in the theimprovement theprovement theimprovement
improvement of our roads This idea Meals 1d1eerront Mealscromeoua is iserroneous
erront erroneous al Hake a few figures on the theroads therotdt therode
roads enumeratedTallabassee enumerated enumeratedTallahassee anumeratedTalIabUlee
Tallahassee to Georgia line BaIn Barnbridge BaInbridle Bainbridge
bridge Road 14 milee mileeTallahassee m1l8lTalIahulee mtleeTallahassee
Tallahassee to Georgia line Mend Herdgg MendSan MeridIan
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miles milesWoodville mliNIe milesWoodville
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r J 44 Springhill S ringhill 10 miles miJeaBloxham
4 4 < 1 Bloxham Bloxham 24 milesOckiockoneoi miles miles4I
4I Ocklockonee 10 10miles 10milesWakulla miles milesWakulla
44 4I WakullaSprigsRoad Wakulla Spng1 Road
10 miles milesMaking milesilaklng milesMaking
Making a total of approximately 200 200snllea 200JriI1e 200nllee
snllea of main line public roads Stat Statistics StatlItics Statistiea ¬
istics taken from f Di numerous counties in inGeorgia InGto inleorglaand I
Georgia Gto leorglaand and South Carolina where their theiroll theirlls theirsoil I
soil oll lls ia similar to ours clay and sand sandshorts sandabo1f sandsbot8a
shorts an average cost of 5400 400 per mile mileThese mileneee mileThese
These figurea include reducing grades gradesbilk grad gradbills gradessaa
saa bills putting in culverts and broad broadIng broading broadthe
Ing the roads to a width of 80 feet in the theeiay theco1n theiay
eiay country co1n and making a fifteen foot footJy tootmiddle footJey
Jy middle in the sandy sandytand land In some someof someJf someof
of tbeee cases cu the clay has been hauled hauledtt hauledtM
tt tM + s miles but in Leon county that would wouldaot wouldJMt wouldaot
aot be necessary aa there are few see sections seetIoa seeticea ¬
tions in the county that clay or some someother Bomeotller someother
other suitable material can not be found foundcfcfce founde1 foundcleee
cfcfce e1 e at handNow hand handNow htndNow
Now the thequestion question naturally arises to toeach toch toesch
each ch individual Of what benefit will willgoods willcood willgoode
goods roads be to me and how shall we wesecure weJlICute wesecure
secure the money with which to con constrtct contract constrct
tract good roads and how much it will willIbme willme willtrme
Ibme me T In reply to the theformerques theformerquesill former formerqu formerquill ques quesrill
ill say that a trI trip in any county countytgood countyloodroada countygood
good loodroada roads have been beenconsUucte beenconsUuctedhelop constructed constructedW0
r W0 ip develop the fact that land values valueshave Va1UBSbve valuess
s have increased in n value two and threetimed three threetimes threetimes
times on lines of good roads and in hixtearly inwrly inneifrly
xtearly every instance settlers coming comingto
to those counties buy at much higher higherprices hlgberprice higherprices
prices lands adjoining and contiguous contiguousto contiguoustouch
to touch such good roads You You not only haul haula haulJDuch
a touch uch larger load with one mule but butyou butyou butyou
you wfve ve much valuable time timeIn timeIn timeIn
In every county where I have been beenable beenable beenable
able to get data values have increased increasedto
to such an extent that increased taxes taxeswre taxllwe taxese
wre we e not necessary as the increase ia iavMNe I Imore if
f vMNe more than took care of the ad additional adi addlttonal ¬
i ditional millage which had been thought thougbtx
x i a7wi11 76000 76 will wlllclve give us at 400 per r mile milels6
ls6 18611 mtiea dIee of these roads with a two twojftttll twouU twoantll
jftttll uU lncf increase ease In taxes will keep the in intereit Int intaut
taut t paid up on the 75000 75 000 at 4 per pereat peraDd perlent
lent eat and retire the bonds in twenty twentya twontyyears
aae a years and the onemill road tax taxthat taxthat taxthat
that we have been paying together togetherwith tofletherwith togetherwith
with the fine and forfeiture fund will willalkrtra willaDow willallows
allows small road roadmacldne machine in eachcora eachcoranieekmer0 each eachcomaaleslonerd com comoner
nieekmer0 oner district to constantly go govar gotbe gotrenr
+ var the roads roadaand and keep them in proper properThe properditloa properk
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ri The county commUelonera have levied leviedIt leviedaiMdal
f It SjMtdal I road ro d tax of two and ands a halfaiWe half halfMtucu halfaiDe
aiWe aiDe We have to pay that levy now nowWkh nowWItk nowWith
With the th half mill cut off or just jUl pay payitftwe pa pae paijegtwe
itftwe e mills will wiUretire wiilretfre75 retire 76000 In Inbonda Inbondafat bonds bondsin boadIfa
in twentyone IwtY < < 1e years yearsWhat yearswJtat yearsWhat
What will it cost you individually individuallyIfyettf mdlridually1U
Ifyettf U 1 is place is given in to the Tax As Assor Asat A Aat
sor at fjlOOQ ll t it will cost you only oo1yl2 oo1yl2ear onlyyear 82 82year i
year ear At t the U18 present levy 1eV1jOU you will willt willto 111 111to I
t to pay 1 250 per year Where here is isfth IIw isfarmer
fth w feoJ < MI farmer I1nlr or business basin man that thatwevjd thatJO thatpo
wevjd so stand in our light u to view viewsj viewiafavotably flewaTOtabJ
ivorably sj a good roads proposition of ofThere oftWitture ofNall
Nall tWitture Mature f f1rere fhsse
There fc II > one man in the county that I Isot IeM
9 eM sot agree with In talking to meho me meha med
ha said kl d that there were as many people peoplehi peoplIII
hi the county u he wished to see the thes theIe theeoai
eoai s + fe hi as good a condition as he hewished heWllll
4 wished Wllll Id d times as a good goodas as be wished and andsy andy
sy y one were not satisfied with thing thingrtte thlnpmove thingstbsa
hZ rtte tbsa = n move oveout out of the county Ivay Ieayeweltetsre Ira IrafTTftt
eweltetsre fTTftt Met agree with this man and nd I 11 11tMt be ber
11 r tMt he did not express the sent sentfcnf sentif
f fcnf f the county in those Uio e remarksIssrlte remarks remarksiflrlte remarklrr
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SJBd then tb see the benefits derived derivedech deriedI8eh derivedseek
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to the coeds c0 rt8 far or a writ wrltf ef t fCtIC 4 o warraa warraato
to t wMeh w IM wiU ill illr illbriag hriaiT I dais s qveeae the theMevtmorar tHII theMessrs
II Ity of Mevtmorar MevtmorarNeetey as remo r
11 Messrs Neetey N aad Siamoni lea oee of tN Tal Talhit Tallebaeeee
lebaeeee 11 hit atteciftejrs at 1 wfoe w will willthe bring hriocthe bringthe
the suit expreea I theio t unsalvep HI eve aa fully fullyooRfideat fuUrooaIdeat fullyooalldeat
ooRfideat that there u was aa neither neither1 neither1DOC legal legalnorswral legalnos
norswral DOC moral warrant for the removal of ofthe oftH ofthe
the AaeUtaat State Chemist ChemistIt
It will be remembered that Mr MrBridges IIrB MrBridges
Bridges B was removed from office upon upona u ua
a charge of malfeasance in office in inthat inthat inthat
that he a agreed to use his au i influence in inbehalf inbehalf inbehalf
behalf of Senate nste Bill No 231which 231whichhad 251 231 whlohhad wblQh wblQhhad
had been Introduced by Senator S ator Joseph JosephE JOHPE
E Humphries l and provided that aU allbeverages aUbeera81 aUbeverages
beverages containing two per cat or ormore ormore ormore
more of alcohol obol ab should UJd be deemed d mtd intoxicating In Intoxicating intoxicating ¬
toxicating liquor Mr L C Algee AJc an anofficial anolftclal anofficial
official stenograph of the th Senate ad addressed addr addressed ¬
dressed dr aed a communication to the Joseph JosephSchlitz JosephSchUtz JosephSchutz
SchUtz Brewing Company Com advising of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the introduction of the bill setting ottingforth settingforth
forth its effects on the NearBeer uNearBeerbUllnfHII NearBeerbusiness NearBeerbusiness
business and proffering prnff services in its itababalf itsbehalf itsbehalf
behalf for foronft one thousand dollars dollarsInstead dollarsInstead ollaraJOItead
Instead of accepting this preposition prepositionthe
the Schlitz people sent the letter to totheir tothoir totheir
their Jacksonville Jacksonville branch whence itwent it itwent itwent
went to the Senate A committee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Senate waited upon Algee and andasked andasked andasked
asked him the source of certain techni technical technical technical ¬
cal information contained in his hi letter letterHe letterHe letterHe
He replied that B H Bridges Assist Assistant Asalstant Assistant ¬
ant State Chemist bad furnished him himwith himwith himwith
with the information and that he had hadalso hadalso hadalso
also privately pr privatelyagreed v telYagreed agreed with him to assist assistin u lt ltIn
in an endeavor to get tfiebill tJie bill passed pasaedfor pasaedfora for fora
a consideration of half the amount re requoeted reqUl8tedprovided regaoeted
quoeted qUl8tedprovided provided the Schlitz people peopleshould peoplesboul peopleahould
should accept the proposition Mr MrBridges MrBridges MrBridges
Bridges being brought broughtproposition before the com committee committee committee ¬
mittee frankly admitted all that Algae Algeehad Aigeehadr Algaehad
had said saidFollowing saidFollowing saidFollowing
Following this the committee reported re reported reported ¬
ported its findings to the Senate Al Algee AIgee Algee ¬
gee was discharged and the Governor Governorwas Governowu
was requested to remove Mr Bridges Bridgesfrom Bridgesfrom
from office which he did and the Sen Senate Senate ¬
ate concurred concurredThe
The contention of Bridges and his at attorneys attomef8 attorneys ¬
torneys is that his hi agreement with Al Algee AIgee Algee ¬
gee did not amount to malfeasance in inoffice inoffice inoffice
office and that he would not haw vio violated vialaced violated ¬
lated any aDylaw law of the land even if the theagreement thereement theagreement
agreement reement had been carried carr1 d into effect effectThe etfectThe effectThe
The charge against him was not for forlobbying forlobbying forlobbying
lobbying nor with having received any anypay anypay anypay
pay for lobbying but merely with hay having bavinle hayInt ¬
ing privately agreed to do so upon a acontingency acontingency acontingency
contingency which never happened happenedThe
The Constitution of Florida a enumer enumerates enumeratee swmeratee ¬
atee the grounds upon u n which an officer officermay officermar officermay
may be removed and his attorneys are areconfident areconfident areconfident
confident that Mr Mr Bridges agreement agreementwith
with Mr L C Algee did not amount to toany toany toany
any of these grounds If their conten contentions contentions contentions ¬
tions are sustained by the courts then thenthe thenthe thenthe
the Governor and the Senate acted actedwithout actedwithout ctedwithout
without authority and their theiractlon action was wastherefore wastherefore wastherefore
therefore void voidDuring voidDuring voidDuring
During the time of the hearing before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the Senate Committee many rumors rumorsand rumorsand rumorsand
and reports appeared in the press and andwere andwere andwere
were gossipned elsewhere concerning concerningMr
Mr Bridges connection with this un unfortunate Unfortunate unfortunate ¬
fortunate affair consequently a great greatinjustice greatInjustice greatinjustice
injustice has been done him before the thepeopta thepIA thepeople
people pIA of Florida in that they ascribed ascribedto
to him wrongful acts of which he was wasnot waanot wasnot
not guilty This he feels keenly and andhas andhaa andhas
has stated stat d that his main incentive in inhaving Inhaving inhaving
having this suit brought ito is to set him himself himself himself ¬
self right before the people of his hisState hisStat hisState
State StateThe StatThe StateThe
The many friend here and elsewhere elsewhereof
of the popular Assistant State Chemist Chemisthave Chemisthave Chemisthave
have greatly regretted his connection connectionwith conn connectionwith Ctlou Ctlouwitb
with this affair and that wrong reports reportsconcerning reportsconcerning reportsconcerning
concerning it have crept into the col columns columns columne ¬
umns of the Florida papers this state statement statementof statementof ¬
ment mentof of the case is taken from a certi certified certified certifled ¬
fied copy of the proceedings of the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee which conducted the investiga investigation ¬
tion tlo and is the first accurate statement statementof
of tnese tnel these t proceedings ever given to the thepress thepr thepreen
press pressIt pr l8 l8It
preenthe It is I the expectation ctatton of his attorneys attorneysMessrs attome attomeK88Ir attorneysMessrs
Messrs Neeley and Simmons to place placethe placethe placethe
the application for a writ of quo warranto war warranto warrcanto
ranto before Judge Malone within the thenext thenext thenext
next several days daysDeafaess dayDealaI daysDeafases
Deafaess Caaaet CU he II Can Cvreflby Canby Cuedby
by local applications as they cannot cannotreach cannotreach cannotreach
reach the diseased portion of the ear earThere earThere
There ia only one way y to cure deafness deafnessand
and that ia by constitutional remedies remediesDeafnesa remediesDeafoe remediesDeafness
Deafness a is caused by an inflamed con condition eondltion conditlon ¬
dition of the mucous lining ef the thetachlan sue suetachian ua uatachian
tachian tube When this tube is in inflamed inftamed Inflamed ¬
flamed you have a rumbling sound or im imperfect 1mrfect fmperfect ¬
perfect rfect hearing and when it is t entirelyclosed entirely entirelyclosed entirelycloted
closed deafness is the reoult and unlees un unless unI ¬
less I the inflammation can be taken out outand outand outand
and this to tube bo restored to its lunormalcon lunormalconditton normal con condition conditlon ¬
dition bearing will be destroyed forev forever forever ¬
er nine cases cu out of ten are caused by bycatarh bVeatarhj bycatarh
catarh which is nothing but an in inflamed Inflamed inflamed ¬
flamed condition condl ion of the mucous surfaces sur surface lurlae ¬
face faceWe laeWewl1l We Wewl1l will give one hundred dollars for forany forany forany I
any case of deafness caused by y ca catarrh eatanh catarrh ¬
tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls HallsCatarrh lIal1 lIal1Catarrh alls allsCatarrh
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Claude LEngle former editor of the theSun theBun theBun
Bun after a brief visit through West WestFlorida WestFlorida WestFlorida
Florida returns to Tallahassee for sev several seyeral sevoral ¬
eral days Mr IEngle L Is very much muchencouraged muchencouraged muchencouraged
encouraged over his candidacy for the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States senate He H laughed laughedwhen lauhedwhen laughedwhen
when asked what he was going to do doabout doabout doabout
about editorial remarks made of him m mcertain mcertain incertain
certain newspapers He said Some Someof
of the Florida editors have oeen trying I
to make fun of mv campaign and some somehave Bomehave somehave
have called it a joke just let them read readmy Nadmy readmy
my pamphlet thats no joke My turn turnat turnat turnat
at criticizing will come sometime sometimeand
and Ill lllurely surely make thing warm for forsomebody forsomebody forsomebody
somebody I know all of these editors editorsand editorsand editorsand
and I know k ow just WHY they write certain certainthings eertalnthings certainthings
things I know knowtoo too who it is that tellsthem tellsthem tells tellsthem
them to write There are four classes classesof
of editors in Florida Floridathe the owned thecontrolled the thecontrolled thecontrolled
controlled the afraid and the free I Iknow Inow Iknow
know now who owns and contrails every one oneof on onof oneof
of them and I am going to tell it when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the time for talking cornea The free freenewspapers freenenpaper freenewspapers
newspapers will not criticize my cam campaign oamn campaign ¬
paign n you mark thatIn that thatIn thatla
In speakinrof speakin or his bllbuzz buzz wagon Mr MrLEngle IlrLnJe Mrthat
he LEngle said that he would start from fromhera fromhere
saidin Octoberrwould
here in it in October and andstate cover cover the the theState theBtate
State three times tlm But before before October Octoberhe
he h intends covering the larger towns by byrait b1raiL byrail
raiL He ban haMlready h zlrssdy tre Cll been through theWest the theWest theWest
West the winning of the West and andsays andISY andsays
says that he h now intends to go down downinto downInto downinto
into Taliaferro s own territory territoryStreet territoryCOHCDII territoryCUNCUTL
COHCDII CIOSSING CIOSSINGStreit CAOS5INGlStreet
Street Carailttc Cotnsiltteo t ef City cu CotsuHl CotsuHlGets CeudlGI CeaacilCots
Gets ia I Sesa s Gee G Wck WckAs We WeAI WrLAe
As chairman of the street committee committeeof
of o the city council Dr F C Moor to togetting IIett1ng isgetting
getting in some good l od work At their theirmeeting theirmeeting
meeting last night the th ubJectoftrHt theeubjectofstreetcrossings subject ubJectoftrHtcrOlllnp of street streetcrossings
crossings were taken up and discussed discussedfor
for some time The city citll1 is going to toconcrete toconcrete toconcrete
concrete the most important iJ P9rtant street streetcrossings streetcrossings tretcroulbglln
crossings in Infactall fact all upoa upoaMonraestreet upoaMonraestreetThis Monroe street streetThis ItreetThla
This work worK will begin as I soon as mate lIiteerial matriaireaohes material ¬
riaireaohes rial reaches here hereDr hereDr hereDr
Dr Moor aba a1 e brought up the questlan ques question qu quti ¬
tion ti a of getting a rock crusher for the thecity theclty10 thecity
city clty10 so that a number of the streets streetscould streetscould treetaCOUJQ
could could have the benefit of a crushed rocK rocKsurface IOCItaurlaa rocssurface
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Last night the city council decided decidedthat deoi4edthat deci4edthat
that weed culture in Tallahassee should shouldcome shouldcome I I II Icome
come to an end for this season any anyhow anyhowStreet anyhowStreet how howStreet
Street Contractor Ferd Henry was or ordered ordared ¬
dered to employ a special crew to take takeup takeup I Iup
up this work at once and the work will willbe willbe willbe
be pushed as fast as possible possibleWhen poIIlbleWhen possibleWhen
When asked if be would remove the theweeds theweeds theweeds
weeds after cutting them Mr Henry Henrysaid Henrysaid
said that he intended < i cutting for foraoveral foraoveraldaY81 several severaldays severaldays
days then go back rake up the weeds weedsand weedsan weedsand
and an f bum bum them By this plan he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not only remove the weedbut weeds but destroy destroyany
any germ that may nave accumulated accumulatedon I Ion
on them themAll themAll themAll
All will be pleased to know that these theseweeds theseweeds theseweeds
weeds are not to be left where they are arecut arecut arecut
cut down for decaying weeds are more moreof mortof moreof
of a menace to good go d health than grow growIng IJO IJOIn growIng
Ing In t weedsNow weeds weedsNow weedNow
Now that the city ia doing its part partwith partwith partwith
with this weed proposition let each and andevery andevery andevery
every one who has has weeds upon their theirproperty theirproperty theirproperty
property clean them UD and burn b rn them themSCHOOL themSCUOOL
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the childrens vacation but that month monthto
to them however however111 will pass only too toosoon toolOOn tooloon
lOOn On September 20th the old school schoolbell ICboolben schoolbell
bell will call them from the mountains mountainsand
and seashore to Leon academy where wherethere wherltbere wherethere
there work will 111 begin beginThe btglnThe beginThe
The County Board of Education held heldits heldIta heldIte
its meeting this week and canvassed canvassedthe
the returns of the recent election of the theTallahassee theTallahuee theTallahassee
Tallahassee Sub Subdistrict dlst = ict and declared a amajority amajority amajority
majority vote for a three mill levy forthe for forthe forthe
the next nextwo two tw years yeanMlu yearsMiss earsMiss i
Miss Ella Ell Manning Manning who was nomina nominated I
ted by the trustee tru tee of the Tallahassee TallahasseeSubdlstrictS TaUahutteSubdiltric TallahasseeSub
Sub SubdlstrictS dlstricq was appointed by the theboad thebtJad thebead
bead to fill the place vacant in the High HighSchool UlahSchool HighSchool
School faculty which has been so well wellfilled weUftJltd wellfilled
filled in the th put by Miss Lilly Bate BateMiss BatHMill BatesMiss
Miss Mannin ia one of Leons own owndaughters owndaulhtelllmd owndaughters
daughters daulhtelllmd ana a choice which could not notbe notbe notbe
be Improved upon She has for a 4 num number number number ¬
ber of ofPyears years 7tar1lt been en a student at the the Col College Collete Colloge ¬
loge for Women and well eU deserves theappointment the theappointment thep
appointment appointmentMrs p intment intmentlira
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