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: July 20, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
System ID: UF00075917:00074
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to 4111t a law

ai" -atthink deserves to
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s u thins. The lma
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a&-e solas un e, a bill

a ~ T o rot omeau ts, bsut
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sasal h tho te dad tg d po-

h tausanuldirof, trt ulest roWp rBo
bsitom, a uteefind ti a bill tot t

rins the oip rpofn the oxvicatin
usert oi etaue Inestanes, a bidt
o toe a ior atorie od

sto w hir t e tilat emae sthat eto
theor Lab the k ai the toantdhedo

ate soen Stoa Stan peron ofa ies
Mist whe od- I ee
Tov dthe the future by tthea this
Sboomle aw and takeiots pw o roeInd
lori history in te side with the
eimp.ci law STo round out the past
a wl uerioen the psentcentury it

And Jnst think how early thate o
ain d notid met n to launch the

orn for @1695nMile for oodrmimdsR i
p ombee f te. the vry intee
SOY 11dT-' ll GOOD ete aeON. u
But thve o o per od people seem o to
have thebucg e sthis turtle egg
Unitl o tntan ae now ak n of gobiltfor
000 r mile, Upon thd, e xcpt inctla-
bboetirhoodn of us understands oraid

.to olte upone before te committee of New
to sand wile 8mate aid is arched

could provide the materialfor a thou-I
and miles of good roads each year, a to
that the honest kinut of the countries
f maintaining them *h criminals in
wish to daby local property any willse

be rd the neces y cost
ofroad constietlonin this State. You

SomePr the ver oy b est roads thi
tUnitedtatd are now being built forf
$1,000 per Milo, ad, except In the I
lodf heoodW Of f ver a towns or
S priceaw o Mr. t icien

to~ae upon for theW N at e of Nw
y owd I e prperState aid is gien
ameta "lio through your we
so Jt b ea by local epr rty will
ot o be a burden.
perso e ofad i w Construti. in
the Uni ted tesa"dIs the title of at
brgstk.No. send:t out from the oict
page 014: let Vhaunan and" gete
sense. before the Nationial
lament. ao eSinght niyams ago wex


has no

AlU the W$e
that Ballard's Senow

ways us n Awyo o sas e
Balard'e Snow Lini at s Hvl
proof of what it does. AD we ask of
you is to t a trial bottle, Prie s.
Bur and .f00. Sold by all diroists.
Col. and Mrs. Raymond Ca are en-
oyinavisit to Northern and Easteri
reort ad do not expect to return to
their home in this city until November.
-Metropoula, 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy C. Crm awe at
Asieville for the season.

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et IoM ath nto "Is Fnd M4ve

a0tor I9fmo n umd that wt wa9

th bank to kosp him b fow
he draw ta raat and ont it to the eof-
At thi am d only a fw artle of
familiar m re ar Mft. h atio e
I at to prfaamilyxpne

The filing of imnadln doomin the
minds of many victim nofBrit's dis-

will cure incipient Bright's ase and
diabetes and even in the hwo eas
evan eom fort and relief. sniht go
the are cured in a few eda "1
diabetes in it worst form" writes
Marion Len, of Dunreath, Ind. "I tried
eailht physieians without relief. Only
throe bottlma of Polay's Kidny
have found that wll th ae theold by t dwork-

er and most satisfactory in all ways.
It xps a bre id a to betri a mt of
Hieter so well whenof in the soren s

tonality or of closely allied nathia .
All of them, however object to w
fact t Chat of all aton lites, the outh
from May of the United States of Charlo the only

C.,one who can anterd wil work psmakInt,
Iam much Ileas ed with the exper. -
ment, and I wibo endeavor toets of o more
over the unthe Ger many wd bwedeal

not thatund the lat they labor is bet work,-
ere and most satisfactory in all way.
It a because of to have a mixture of
getheworl. C wetal a when of th le dle inde
tonaltely, o kee the death for better.
All of tem, however object toe woM
Ing with the neCro.l It I san undoubted
fact that of all nationatie w the e South-pI
on who can and will wortk ploeentym
and peacefully beGide the oans e ..

to work. They art beyare theWbest all
over the country by wtifac toreIn allayo
not that tha latter labor hav prferabmt,
but because of the n o ftred sama In-
clination te owee ownb jc d avo w
working with tah l n o.it lie Idle indou-be
nitelya itnd hence the s neg for betto r
labor material.-JakeSonville Mehoref


is e"* fndtlaeisdste.
1 A A-6 W d tba4mv I ar W b"L a
ei' k state ,ment, w'e-

"eeAt the be ~asate bea-ten
w fetr e si st aepi w- the

ie state d s .me .t b
told the three I was nt- Ins ae,

wit of the4irend bofa

sixtee bn d aye
fever Imt e r- was kep

lr he se I e cth to

they weare woild bt h aTre. m ea
fers tha ar not ner t m

osment with those- NOUNl_

1kotedad m 'heum.fimr erop
best years work I ever had, casting me
Oclima to a Ie spent for others. e tov.he

etBrowarnkd has been in piof th er
facts for two month, and, as far as I
know, has done no they to arret those
Florida' and *Pri had Report of
st Legislative I will waotoe
knew e verynlyt neds panadbfor-

seyled to an a eon lato to
me at Uve Oor Miami intend to

fevestted, fover f they are tre t n-
stituin aertamily naed baforefons

Jackso villwe Metropols ..
the prt the difile I for ind ota-
tion. Mwe are not a whether the
cured before or since the time wh

Super atendent Wl hia took hae of
the ase onot bee tt It toe
I Uarg e tat nthe aawtfor-as M tap

the er wild of two years ago
w= butwyo lbtmw*
ane wowed like 6iet. I 9

'dir ion for the ~~legisla.
that whed Bomes
twn to M fully iaermald on th
ith Tear LveIreeton
istofeder. Youth o t beat crop and

facta for two mon uth. a bad taste far a
ha dYou wn t e t
e May )letter to Ta People of

porsture iseqa
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w tha 4m I
lakepu me ahes .1.
a mayr a
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_R.Mtor laws MA do not

M l bmdes multwea totM-

e thou e d tons on hand and will keepI

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Br~htd dioseaser dnaey Cr wl I
uekneyk and bladder disas In every
ma will build up a- stengthen
th or gangs so they will perform their
functions properly. No dancrw of v
idve Cuir e Is taken In time.own no
Bth it ves or dab tor dfpI
pall do a er about s.pe t
Jant to Thino.f 1ul
When onlyfiv e orsx ofthe business a

meints to itutionsek it up a Hke town whe thnkere a
th edrty or e ae mo sented vthe a
advertising columns thea tow news- a

in t r givesnd the editorwho dry lips
70ep blanl ewn'about dthe enter. a
Sande greaoo g tcom merOiaw progress 4
wlf ote tw Ame to thae kmm t d anr
then as out-of-town reader who he
the'll bane man't find the advJst to
ments to back Itupi dlikel yttho 1v

think of thatf-8tarke Telegraph.

D the summer months e ildre 1
are tb o orders of the bowels
wthisy or eae fl attention a
m ea as the Aerst mmae ral -o-aeaes

I o thin It wo~ yie tod to he d
Satoueaea of sto e s t"e
SIM wwba4 the r woude be
ith U a d them a
i ?idal Wefetd
w to the ee9est
be nseem a to admit that the
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S t and la ed and measure at

1hand f" t o i &mal tof- aw h "w kd no utnt-r- t Z1

for tr for of the waerworks ofof
te uss 0 city, which, slnte b*m fn i a h as M- As.I to o nt
pl- t was put in. I beesblag dobtj
burens.meo kiodr' eainpiroTallobw i um emings in pub.is fAin I
A b he .e why yr sem do not propose tobe aght ap ad we he betated a singe time Whe you, or your gods, claim that
Wiring 0f. o 4i eq hh im s that ye piW, either; for it testerworkpe- to give h our opinion rgrd the editor of the True Demiset made
"Ie i. s van dwplpafte vr the, number of ears t to am. It b at tbme ver y misstatement about Mr. Lama, and
bis,"oale. have d us at their merydo no. ot plant position for a newspaper q himto corrret it, you give pub-
'*wr"--- ^.---- to reasonable and fair terms, our to gt into, and by so doing we
Ths l d (1) editor of the SeBU oIMof lst will be prepared for them wfth ae led a a on a fashood; ad ie who mod
-u..4. M- ,- e ,Tue Demrat$aaa-so lstewlch.wothavedplcdorselvesfinaoit
la entirely new plant, which, w a maybe, to be despised by a few of those brother newspaper men by faled y m s
t e pht of the I. I. reMably informed, can be installed here whom we to ticise,d alsohim is unworthy of notice
.7 Js te. tfarJue e st o about half they propose at this have cut off from us every hope of a ~ we "h pay no attention to your
W e fromtb fftisoMOe S stage of the game to give the -or t's ptrage from those who have brangs n th future. Mr. mars
Smore-yearold on at? Having had a been inpower, those who never fal to letter corrected an error that was m
t it ise the t. L long lease at wateroopoly, this use such power within their hands to in a tabulated state we coped
wee Jt o year old. It is a pany can now afford to liberal hit back. and which those officials have from another newspaper. We failed to
m the S d lse of te and fair when it s about time for a never failed to do. Such action has not see the disclaimer you mention of on
TLo began publisaton a t er to come about. One thing made us waver one iota from our first of the signers of "A Plain Answer"
aw oath after we did, and s one of sure, they may depend upon, and th purposes and resolutions, and we std having denied that he contributed to the
a best edid s well a mastat in is that Tallahassee proposes to own a today with the True Democrat Just a News Bureau. If it is true, we are
lgetp s i iorlda. Thiscontrol ts own water supply, and to we did with its first issue, sad the willing to give him credit for It. Just
e; 4 W aolrd to be proud of her ish to its tisns at a more r motto at the head of this newspaper furnish s his name nd his card. A
"Sy al wpr. s- -- tands for Just what it did at the ben- e with us always is to give space for
of uine 1 WOS O 3T. ning: "Good Government; Honesty in a reply to anything we may ha cc
Sofa useasur- A nsas Cit se man admits that Public Office; Equal Justice to All- reply to anything we may have occa-r
519 18m FlOri, backedby he mhe de $W,00 in eyear on capi-tSpe. toNone."sio to criticism No newspaper i n Flor-
S d SW bet business men, tal of and withcharacteristic md- he ret e quesi- is has bn more fair in this respect.
With of moey, should knock the .e.t41 thatNo, as-- grea tem peranf e Now, if it will do you any good, we wil
id- r ot of th il" of to hlghr than the 17a ton for which tion is one of greatest interest to our tell you what you already must know,
row s Insurance schemes and he st-Tamp Times. people, and as th whiskey element the News Bureau paid for the page of
dees, For Just as sre s he Of course, he thinks so. Is t not so have begunthefirst work of what may plate matter and Hon. W. B. Lamar
all over the world? Just give that kind lead to another battle for supremacy paid for a long article that opened his
ew Into ue u will of a man the privilege of gouging that our county--e to whether we shall mpaign for two years hence. Can
graft and reealtyworked into it much money on a small investment, and have open bar-rooms with galised you not grasp the meaning of what you
Almost always he sets out to try and whiskey sellag in our midst, again the re? Mr. La r lft not a single
at the uapredeted and needless capture the balance ofthe world's cah. True Democrat will take its stand in the doubt as to what he went after. He
aft "al- of public lands for funds Few there be nowadays who believe a front ranks, and that to fight on tb know it should be paid matter and he
with whist to dig the "Broward ditch" good, hard-earned dollar is better (for moral, temperance and religiousde of paid for It as he always does on such
m absolutely indefeasible from any honesty and a clear conscience's sake) the coming battle, feeling that no man ooosions; one point in his favor, how-
poeat of view is abundantly demon- than ten illy-gotten or stolen ones. should gure the moral nd spiritual ever, we never heard of his attempting
strad by the fact" that they are con- But then it's just as to how one has welfare of his community against dol- to best a newspaper man out of his
dead by the Jaksonville-Tallahasse been raised from Infancy. Too often the las and cents. We do not believe our spae. We have honet differences
Sm, whUdi I quite |geerally regarded thieving, grasping, money.wosehipping government should be a party to bud- with Mr. Lamar, but we have always
sad apologist of the habit is instilled into mot woundrte nes to that bring to its dmrdwithout being personal oemlew
when parents are teaching the "young people so many Ills, in hundreds of ways, The cur who charges the editor of this
Mkay ledMn are now wondering Idea how to shoot." Many a promising as It most assredly does when it II newspaper with "e1 g his editorial
w it was possible for Editor Frank youth has been spoiled by parents in Senses a bueues that brings so much e sce influence" st so "much an
Rs tl throw beautiful bouquets at setting bad examples to their children. s, suffer and heartache as is the ch or line," "with sentiment thrown
WlUam Sherman Jenings as to the Money is a very convenient thing to direct outcome to people who waste in," wieter it be among highest
pesbablty f his being In Bryan's cab. have lying around loose, but humami- their means in and around the open bar- officials or a little underling, is a dirty
het, shold he be elected, and the Lake- ty's worship of It oftentimes becomes rooms, and to almost all the ills that liar, and so let the cap At whom it may.
MaWd Sun has put it thusly: "W. 8. Jen. a curse, as is now evidenced in the follow in one who spends his earnings Owing to the smart, underhanded way
ninge may again be Governor of Flor. Thaw-White murder scandal, and in in drink. In which you have several times under-
da.-Ixehange. Jennings I Jennlngs I many other instances that have been Admitting that Loon county has had taken to call us to account for matters
Let's seet We have heard that name chronicled during the year among the its full share of blind tigers, that a which did not concern you in the least,
before, somewhere, It eems to us." very rich people of America. number of "blind tir" men hav been we shall never notice you in thee col-
If any of our sbsrbers furnish Governor olkofM, is dealing out various brands of liquors to umns aain. We are after larger fish,
If any of our sbsriers can furnish GovernorFoofMisem h wh ebdior w eve i oe tem
us copie of our issues of June 29, No. ploein# the military when necessary to those whom the "bind tiger" violators and we-belevowewillgot some of Usem
an Jisule y 13e No. en torea the Sunday closln of sa s of law would sel it to, we still claim before the fishing season comes to a
111; July 6, No. 19, and July 18, No. 0, In that State. It must be a pretty that voting Leas county dry and keep- close. _____t h s o
we will appreciate sae. For the last to.h city where the barker aing open b&r-room out now for nearly We take pleaure In aying to the
three months we have been printing a lick out theojolilemea and go fight al ws yiPOle of Floida that so far Attorney-
las number of extra copies, but the .eliltigl on sunay cnry to law. es, has bees better in a number proven equal to e
Sthe prevalent opinion 6the country of ways for the general welfare of high ofie of Attorney-General, and is
lnereased demand, for extra eopes amd at la that a policeman who cannot every citizen of this county. In the beyond a doubt the cleanest man in the
addition to our subscription list has close a saloon ought to reseign.-Tampas rst place, most of our best business official family of Tallahasee. We trust
run.us out on thee numbers, and we Times. pple will testi that it has not in- that the reports that he had the nerve
now have on file orders for several. Better have no saloons, for the moral Pe Wllsnest to rise up and VIkl k at some
Please send them to us If you have and religious effect it has on a communi- Jued business Ia a y way; that for of the r *e t asres be-
them. ty to be without them. When Law au- every dollar that went off another good fore the Cabnet are true, and that he
Sth m d ,why, should thorses the cduct of business that dollar has come baek. It is a notable will continue to stand between the poo-
Dear Claudius. why, oh, whyl should thorises the conduct of a business that fact that never tufore were there as pie and the grafters.-Tavares Herald.
Mr. Collins and the True Democrat breeds so much misery and crime, are few vacant houses i the city there The True Democrat believes General
worry you so much? Do you not know we not all somewhat parties to the ills are today eitheeMence or business. Ellis is all th Tavares Herald attributes
that we were here some days before that come from it, from the fact that a today, either residence or busin to him, and that if he is called upon in
you came hither? Besides, we never we by influence and help in voting for The good morals of Tallahasseee prope manner, and at tifhe is led upon inper
ade a pretense at beng at all brilliant, aiding and abetting it, are parties to it? never better, and daing no period fer the proper manner, and at the proper
,nohav eercaimedta r years has there been a time when other time, he will teU just what things have
or fhave we ever claimed to be a pro t do without the open bar-rom was les petty crimes. All of our court gone a little wrong from his way of see-
fteeor of grammar. We will continue and create eneh a healthy mntimont ecords-ctruit, emty, justice* d din things. We have heard of his dif-
tglve you and your own our mediietne, against the blind tiger violator that reod-ict, cont uic tring with me of the other mof ers
heretofore, In plain "roughdlamond" none will "defy the law," and the evils city ourts-pre tis c onlusively, fei with so tme of th a numember ofs
duees. Now, be sure and correct the can be shut out of any community that Later we will gro to thi reeors of boards several times in number of
grammaar! votes itself clean of it. An election figures which we fel sure will public matters.
New was rceieditn thetate last probably will soon be asked for in Leon prove conclusively that Leon county has The L'Engle-Taylor 8an is running
wek w the death of Hon. W. P. Hale- county. Let the religious and moral lost nothing from votg out bar-rooms "The Jungle." We had hoped that For-
weekM UM h o fl"' Hon."* W. P. Hals * ve from a nancial stodlloat; that the ida would be sparel.--Tampa Tribune.
ly, who was State Superintendent of element get busy, and now at hae very county ha al t quallyt u mt ny t Nuff Id b
PuMbie Inatruetton from 1876 to 1880. beginning of the battle. Vote Leaon l as o aine equal amny Nuff t!sd
He served the people of Florida in that dry for another season, and them let dollars for be ino mo a a lnd len oa shewhat
0ee with singular fdelity and devo. that same majority my to blind tiger ha ot by not. -is inot. But we do co nd for o wrha
tilm, and contributed much, during the men-seat, gt out; ve got you, sa d dollars foi h a l not. But we do conted fo a nops er
tranltion period covered by the Afirst we propose to old you. There must that carrik with ~ t hrm e same aet at rih;s, add a nwspe
pst~abum Deuwratle administration be no halfway found. Get out on thim tat It took b sha relveto i t. al uwser tet tigt; eand-
of the lamented Gov. Geo. F. Drew, to right and elean side of this great q ue oantadwith; heuid ls haw-erl Invf by a r emes ad fate wre tand
improve the edueatkinal system of the tn, and ot go oin to wi a eemoad to al the evils ad i that go in e onaeul adess and laen e we

,e t "Drainage Primer" trik. our opposition to the wisk trae. If t eI reig m an oe l ra foe of wte am t the
g _la the Govemrnor's drain. We oppose a it o geale prhpoples, td m vant a-mt togeth t a s ma e in of h fea w wa ike

.11 --l" d"eLaiean Sn ap: 1106is : ta i w wIN met heftel.. d"IM OW Od u therby aamls
It j~AV"M mestom of theMsAcr.- amobtsm forw iw 01mumof the64 *at blid O obe t.~mma804 we willhave p;risu a a ow
b446aslsefPM&bicladto get maweyto Tm"" iniwm. m. aw mto ~ius% "le b. Su*mswlfIslytinbe eslcdimduty and thereby ae"a
In '" ditek, and It Ovbm A oa ~of the IMm. ed sO, end dmmhm ant ha. e kepta ~ Dego"d hr- sow
untrslwhelewasimeAylmody ewd sa o.,.,.newgain" e hsimmW 7 eP as dMW Phu wowmilfed M* ow W var
daibSNoIS ~turY 3 is5 an asin Vlwrim.' we de ot adiqw e mvwiswe bh"aveSet "to A&
veg sm O ggt. imin'.f PNs1it.winnga ism dub.~ bs fi obWe e" aw d d@om t
68 nwhmch o fm thek w-atw s and o ad-one* I" B isv ___
voe eupo~~3 niinI& tob"dumet in boMow bb he ould o-w.son bug 0 OR
ow woibma"'as on balk.
do kk owMILMeu e am dlo

wif t s of aS i
to go is"othe ra
any concern that ca Jn
oents anmre Is doingvery
City Index.
But be came out in another "arMtld
the Times-Union and eontradletd Mm.
self, showed the leather trst h be
finger in the pie and helped to ak 44
out a stronger case. If you have ad
that "Interview with the Gvewor,"
those little letters, or attended Claude
L'Engle's grammar schooL you most
assuredly must now be convinced that
those I. I. lands were given away for a
song (41# cents), and that if that great
board had let it be known that funds -
to "dig ditches" with were ruanlg
low, and they intended to sell those
very lands cheap to raise eon mosey
to continue "ditch digging," other par. -
ties would have come forward ad bay hve
paid them at least that $1.00 per arex
Since the last issue of the True Dme '
crat we have been informed that a mer-
chant of Miami had offered more than ]
41 2-8 cents an acre for those same
lands, which offer was rejected. We
are now investigating as to the truth-
fulness of that however, and hold off
until we "get It straght"-not from
those famous little letter writers, bear
in mind.
"*If you want to hear somethig.at jp
nice and very refined, go to Tallahasee
Drug Company Tuesday afternoon from ,
6 until 7 and hear the $100 phonograph,
with the latest pieces of Mme. Patti.
All invited.
Dear Claudius: If that Panacea water
has not regulated that restless, billoua
condition your letter-writing grammar
school seems to have gotten you into,
suppose you try a few doses of White's
"White Cream Vermifuge." Patent
medicine quacks say it gets the worms,
Ilatoly vs. Tallaasee.
The fastest, neatest, sleanest pretti-
et and smoothest gameof beW all that
has been witnesed here in several
year w played yesterday by the two
teamh thi article.
The visitor have a good team, which
works together like machinery. They
cat equaly wul
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The local battery was McLin and
Puleston, the lank second baseman,
The entire game was a "beauty,"
and the fans want more like it.
Tallahaee vs. Aplachlela.
The Tallahassee second team had a
game arranged with Apalachicola for
Tuesday afternoon, but the train was
nine hours late, so the crowd assembled
was somewhat disappointed
But a game was played anyhow! Sev-
eral of the first team were present, so
a srub team was gotten up and nne
innings played. The youte proved
too much for the Wrus, and the gam
ended with the score to 8 in favor of
the former.
The second team is able to hold its
own against any other junior nSne here-
abouts, and they expect to play several
this season. Keep your eyes on

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Ittat riga.9: hewasanme,
I t~u I MF pn w No the CaatinestaJ
Si~w S *Ms a. lly. The lAmt thkb
w ta1 win ane
ea of Independence.*
Patrick aeyve sar I "Giv me lib-
ety or give n death," that Old Tip.
peanoe did not whip Tecumseh, and
at Dena' Boone was just a common
Ssquirrel hunter.
And that Claudius L'Engle is not a
Professor of English Grammar.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bradford Bailey
have issued beautiful invitations to the
marriage of their daughter Carrie to
Mr. Saott Dilworth Clarke, on Wednes-
day evening, July 25th, 1906, at 8
o'ck Presbyterian hurh, Monti-
cello, Fla. No wedding 1i recent years
has excited more widespread interest
f than this one, as both of the contract-
S la parties were born and reared in
Monticello, and both are unusually at-
tra tive and popular young people. The
bride-to-be, since the death of her eld-
| et sister, Elise, just in the first blush
of a lovely womanhood, several years
ago, has been the eldest daughter of a
home proverbial for its hospitality, and
with many gifts and graces of person-
ality has contributed in a large degree
to the social life here. The groom-elect
is a rising young lawyer, and has re-
ceived many honors already at the
hands of his fellow-citizens, having
b.be*en mayor of the city and a prospect-
ive member of the next Legislature.
Miss Martha Bailey, a pretty sister of
L., the bride, will be maid ofhonor. Misses
*. Kate Rogerts of Macon, Elisabeth P.
Mays, Katie Budd and Julia Finlayson,
of Asheville, all very lovel girls, will
be bridesmaids. Mr. John Clarke,
brother of the groom, will be best man,
and Messrs. John Bailey, Guy Uulmer,
and George Lewis of Tallahassee,
groomsmen. The French color scheme
of pink and blue will be used 'and the
bridal party and decorations will no
doubt present a most exquisite and of-
festive ensemble. -Monticello News.
Asthma S u*ers Should maew This.
Foley's b and Tar has cured
many cases er ithma that were con-
sidered hoplss. Mrs. Adolph Buesing,
701 West Third street, Davenport, Iowas
writes: 'A severe cold contracted
twelve years ago was neglected until it
finally grew into asthma. The best
| medical skill available could not give
Sme more than temporary relief. Foley's
L \ Honey and Tar was recommended, and
r' one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me
of asthma, which had been growing on
me for twelve years. If I had taken it
at the start I would have been saved
years of suffering." Sold by all deal-
ers. *
Carraelle'as Preepects.
When he (Mr. J. P. Williams) began
building the road, nine or ten years ago,
it was rather a dreary-looking prospect.
But the population has increased more
than 50 per cent in some of the counties
and prosperity abounds all along the
line. Of the proposed seaport he says:
"The time has arrived for opening a
gulf port to the South American trade,
and Carrabelle as a port is the logical
location. It has many advantages over
Tampa and Penseola which will be
-"-ndVe obvious by getting deep water in
harbor and over the bar. Carra-
belle will have the advantage of having
through connection from the northwest
and being nearer to the important ports
of South America. With the comple-
tion of the isthmian canal this trade
will be developed through some gulf
port, and it is our purpose to make Car-
rabelle that port. The harbor is per-
p lfectly landlocked, ad Carrabelle, the
town, is a beautiful'site for the build-
inag of a city. The population at pres-
ant is about 500, which will be greatly
increased within the next few years."
arrabll and the and theadjaent coast has a
brilliant prospect of development be-
fore it.--Times-Union.
The Talahaseeans at Hendersonville,
N. C., for the summer are Gov. W. D.
Bloxhamn and elee, Mrsi Sarah Bailey

Joe Williams ad be daughter, Mrs.
T. G. Raw wll leave Uatday for
North Caro Mri. Wilbams andm
Mras'Rawh wil stop a Sew days In At-
*santaaad wil theagpt revard fora
month. At the eadof that time they
wiD go to Aahevile.
Persia Law. aad Wash Mul at
pas'. Just aitwad.

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Moreresdtense and more store have
bMen ema ted in Motiollo since the
County went dry than ever before drm.-
i any nitar twoandahalfyeoarin
SMore private residences have been
pa inted a otherwise improved than
during oy two and a half years of the
town rs Inr-

It is true at blind tigers have oper-
ated at times, and have reflected dis-
credit on the country th and the obefores of
the law. It wa dilct for a tme to
Mosecure privaoof to rcote revict. These con-
tions have also improved. There is
more respect for law nd a halves disorder and
towrnkennes. and less expense for -tory.
nal court costs than eviger before in thoper
history of the town and county. Money
s piling up in the county and the and for-
te tare fund, taxable pror.rtv is given
in, showing increase in rfi..ut for a time to-
eral thousand dollars. Land values
have increased materially, and there is
more general proserity.
Town lots went being three years
ago. Now it is hardto buya businms
or residence lot in Monticello at any
amount below a 0 per cent inrea in the
over prices of three years ago.
None of the predictions of disaster
and decay have materialized. Order
prevails. Blind tigers are shy ande
wary. Our boys are more sober. Our
women may walk our streets on Satur-
days without risk of colliding with
drunken men. Our country people are
not annoyed as formerly y shouting,
cursing drunkards driving past their
homes after filling up on saloon boose.
It is now no 50 per necessary to increase
out into the wood to allow wagonload.\
bf drunken negroes to pass by.o
The best, cleanest, most God-fearing
people of Jefferson county are eatisd. Order
with prevais. Bind tigers are shy andon.

Jefferson county will stay "don Satur-
mayMadisonjoin usk Monticello ewts.
Sam Jen.es ur coun Thry people are
Sam Jones a short time ago lectured
in Sigorny, Iowa, and rovingg ted" those
who signed saloon l petitons as follows:
"Th is now iceno little Iowa town, with a

splendid farming region around it, takesby.
in one of the garden spots of the world;
but with all your blessings you can't
get along without three saloons to de-
bauch your village and ruin your boys,
'because you need the money.' Here
Mr. Jones i a shoquire of the surprised au-
dience: How much is the license
here?" Some one answered as300 per
annum for each saloon in the town.
"Nine hundred dollars together, re-
sumed Mr. Jones, "What is your popu-
lation?" Answer, thre,000. The speaker
then did a little lightning calculation,
and resumed:
"The liquor dealer walked up to you
and said. if you will let us damn this
town, we will give you 40 cents apiece.
Say, what wouldaundred dpoundhllars altog bring "
Answer, 12. So, "resumed Mr. Jones,
cthents did a little lightning calculationad.
and resumed:

"Say, brother, don't you wish you
were a hog? You and your whole fam-
ily wouldn't bring enough in this town
to buy a suckling pig. This is a little
lower down than I have ever found
them For the pitiful sum of 4 cents cents
debauched, the hearts of mothers to beog bring?"
rushed, and the town ruined all forlks 40
40 cents! This is cheap; but a expect
that is all you are worth, oh? *y
"I want to drop this out. There Is
not a sin? Yoe u an of your that signed
that pwouldon to bring saenough ions to this
town or county, but de hies that every
boy in your home shll fill a drunkard t
grave, and your daughters live in the
embrace of dr the pitiful husbands. What
did yous lit for, y ousy devils, if 4
pieou did you tuwant your rboy to drink or
yo daughter to hear a of mothedrunkards to be
o amabe scoundrels; what did you
"crushed, andp the town ru hind ft and talk for
40 cen. Yets! This survey did not butsign hoping
your b would not drink but that your
'To tell the God Almlghty's latth I did
that foris all you're worth, eh? *
"I want to drop this et you fot. There it i

not a t signed of you that signed
that peton to bring saloons to this

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W- phw of the wdiey question ise
a. bum. Mq": I*
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Make the law so that it will handle
ts 1,oe ,1 aalo s an the means for web.,
e Jag trade and ex om and thae l
the aere ot of tempeatinge. t blet ai
but that it may be more eouvenioent
obtain sas thed.
Make the law so that it will handle
the Interest of temperance. But Ist at
mon r ad the blind r.
its contemptible, lawless but inferior
substitute. No friend of law, pea"
and order ean find in the jug trade a
argument in favor of the open saloon. -
Brookaville Argue,
Salesoas ad Il ty Valses.
After showing that if the people spend
less for drink they will havb motr with
which to buy real estate and homes and
after further showing that a surpu in
the banks makes the money market
"easier" and in turn helps increase real-
ty values, the Los Angeles Exsrees con-
eludes by saying: "That the saloon can
in any way aid realty values or that the
closing of saloons in any manner will
affect such values adversely is stuff and
nonsense. Los Angelesrealestate values
rest upon a more solid and substantial
basis than the froth on a glass of beer.
To contend otherwise is an insult to the
intelligence of every man who owns prop
erty in the city."
if you wish an her straw hat this sea-
son, we are o ffring them so low any-
one can afford other one, and that
too regardless of t to us. Call and
see our stock anM get you a good one
cheap. We are determined to clear
them out. Burns & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Lutz came up
.and spent a few days with Tallahassee
friend last week.
Miss Jessie Edmondson returned last
week from a delightful visit with Miss
Hallie Lewis andMiss Beman Milton at
Nedest Claims Oftes Carry the Most
When Maxim, the famous gun in-
ventor placed his gun before a commit-
tee of judges, he stated its carrying
power to be much below what he felt
sure the gun would accomplish. The
result of the trial was therefore a great
surprise, instead of disappointment. It
is the same with the manufacturers of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy. They do not publicly
boast of all this remedy will accomplish,
but prefer to let the users make the
statements. What they do claim, is
that it will positively cure diarrhoea
dysentery, pains in the stomach and
bowels, and has never been known to
fail. For sale by all druggists.
The following paragraph went in the
Sun, as a note, after a long communi-
cation in defense of some criticisms
General Albert Gilchrist had made
against the pardoning board: "We
have to differ with the writer of the
above in a great portion. The pardon-
ing board may be right in some in-
stances, but when the great Governor
Broward takes the responsibility upon
himself as he does in most all cases,
then it is time to make a kick. For in-
stance, why should not Isaac Cooper, in
the DeSoto jail, be hung? The Gov-
ernor refuses to give any reason there-
for. Florida may have had Governors
of the people and for the people in times
past, but with William Sherman Jen-
nings and Napoleon H Broward justice
has come in for a very small share. The
pardoning board, bah! Lakeland Sun.
Saved Bis Comrade's Lifb.
"While returning from the Grand
Army Encampment at Washington
City, a comrade from Elgin, IIL, was
taken with cholera morbu and was in a
critical condition" sys Mr. J. E.
Hough had of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave
him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Remedy and believe saved
his life. I have been engaged for ten
years in immigration work and con-
ducted many parties to the South and
West. I always carry this remedy and
have used it successfully on many occa-
sions." Sold by all druggists.

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-Inability to refuse
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When In drink he
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the 9th Instant to go
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made to ie. In a letter left his
d be had failed so often
beo kely the sorrow and hu.
he had esuaed them, and was
10 a-rd to trust himself not to con-
n0 tdt the bet way In wmhiche
Jh--] rw his ove and remorse was
to l tpilltw ce quiek blow. He
k tO Tallahae on the morn-
Stbi 17011 took a room at the
hotland went to sloop after
d N cn the contents of a bottle of
nra. Later on In the morning
w[9d r hed his father and he went to
hl, accompanied byDr F. C. Moor,
who did all Io could to revive the dying
boy, but without success. His remains
we carried to his home after being
p Jared for burial, and he was laid to
9:80 a. m. Wednesday morning.
Jobe Gorman was born June 2,M
I0,o here in Tallahassee, and died at
the age of 24.
Nettog oft P. District Camvestles.
meeting of the district convention,
geof ICP., will beheld next Thurs-
'Repreentatlves are expected
many lodges. Grand Chancellor
oer Is ex pected to attend. A full
meeting of Cicero Lodge sto requested.
Mrs. Geo. W. Johnson spent the first
of the week with friends in the country.
Mr. Quarterman and children left
Meoday for a few weeks' trip to St.
Mr. J. F. Hill and son were registered
st beWlindor Hotel, facksonvlle last
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Winn. of Live
Oak, have moved to Tallahassee to re-
. aito the future.
q& . Day. former member of
ai Ita tProad Commission, was in
f5ty Wedmeaday.
or. George H. Owynn's family are
Iw ng their comfortable cot-
ap t Paaea springs
SCtkr arnett of Folkel, was
b|Ve w dty tef t of his uncle, Hoen.
18. T'. rel.e Wedle.d y.
r. W er M will soon move to
W! e he takes charge
S "Maget nt for the 3. F. & y.
S Wwhile poring
SI eaar d for a customer
Tevesla. poured some on his

eh nu apwit very, pse em i

Z R mde nasmt otle to M te
SM D. 11 l60i0dre1e aore for a taoS ti oeand tf Mt aw
wIMs M y.5 *o e ai. railroW me I now goigy t to that
o. FTM es a city, av, bllot about five mile of

ir. Fis V. L a. Ltok i-th at Apalsebleolain the near future
~heius hoho afel a p will tooe a ton that will be a surprise
Amnt w to i n Tama. o te w ti aend ow o .
ant vslst t eo ea ks .s u.a tos mh ww is the tmo for nvest-
Sr.o the Tusellhaeee i. mte asoverthis whole section of the'a
W d e syW tea or, a tat as the delopmet of both Car-
ncea watermelon a we have had th rbel ad A hicola by moneyed
seeon.. V w_ she railroad me n ioints clearly to the con-
Hon. F. T. M yerw nd Mr. hu m fusion that 1r kinds of Drope ty will I
thei fafiles, wh wmnow t ie w? dvanci IS valu.;Beauty abot all
their faml who now oupy the Byrd this, too, Is what benefits these two
ofe ad Mrs. J. Calhoun will tes ce and the country between them
.. a 1 r s. ^ .. .noh. and us will bring more business to Tal
spond the summer vacation at Seima, d.lahasse.-
Ala, and they will have the True Dema- --
ocrat follow them. sandsl Meomneat dt l ire eDoe -
Mrs. R. H. Gamble requests that the Iass.
True Democrat be aent her at Charles- A beautiful tombstone and tribute
ton, W. Va., where she is pleasantly lo- wa erected recently to the memory of
coated for the summer. her mother, Mrs. Frances Elizabeth
Little Mi. Julia, youngest daughter Douglass, by Mrs. George Lewis. In I
of Judge and Mrs. J. B.WhItfleid, n- the city cemetery, on the family plot,
tertained her little friends on Wednes- stands a monument in the purest mar-
day afternoon of last week. ble to one so dearly loved. In height it
Messrs. B. C. Willis and C. C. Eppr-. s about five feet, the bae" of about
son, who have been attending the sum- three feet being larger than the top,
mer normal school in this ity, returned which is rounded at the corners. Taet-
home to Williston Thursday morning. Ily arraned are carved leaves and flow-
j. _" J 1_ < .... ee. InIsMst letters at thelo p is the :
Mrs. J. W. McCordh ndoe and hr d touhr, iDmunl ss.ltte t alt the thoi tae
Mi"s Pearl returned Moday from 'rectangle isw Directly beneath in a
Whigham Ga. where they have been, rDoea w enOct 181i2-sNov 1873 aFran-
visiting Dr. Walter McCord for a few Ie Oitbe.t 1D^8 .o 8iJune7; 1an1-
weeks. lioa. e Do "as Jue 1 -
Mr. E. E. Dickinson and family now o Po---- --
occupy the Shine eottaoe on North, fPats Aboet Sidewalos.
Munro street. Mr. DickInson isaem Mr. Editor: I notice that Tully &
played with the Zachary lumber mills. Yaeger Co. have built a beautiful and
Good Umbrella and Over-Sho weath- substantial sidewalk in front of their
r. Every man hould on should own two Um- property ust south of the city market,
brelas, one for his own use and one to with cement tile blocks which they are
loan his friends. Burns Co. want to manufacturing for sale. This shows
replace at the at the minimum price those that commendable enterprise on the on the partof
have been loaned to friends, the gentlemen composing this popular
Mr. W. B. M, Carraway, having pur- rm.
chased the prope irt I just nort h 0G The owners of the balance of the
rnor BloxhamrIs el gant homen is now property southward should continue this
having it thoroughly repaired and will sidewalk to the corner on Adams street
oo n id e therein with his family. and along Pensacola to Monroe street.
space must be provide atBurns If left as it now stands it will present a
Co f th fall stock of veryundeirableandrag.ged appearanceI
Co.' forth fall tok ofhoe. which e i to strangers. The city coun-
accounts for old styles now gOing as dshouldsee to it that all sidewalks of
low as fifty cents per pair. Stop in and this knd be immediately repaired with
mako.your selections from rlefuse stock brick or cement.
at your own valuation. Other towns of the State are moving
Messrs. Miles H. Johnson, Norman in this direction and no property owner
Johnson and E. I. Johnson (of the John- should object to the necessary improve-
son family-quite a large one, too) all, meant. If he does, the city should do
industrious agriculturist. dairymen and the work and charge the cost in taxes
stock raisers, were in the city again against the property, a the law allows.
yesterday. It is time for railaslaee to wake up
Dr. E. L. Philbrick was among hisi and the council should push the matter
Tallahassee friends for a fewhours yes- of good sidewalks vigorously, and we
terday. He Is now on a business visit would soon have an attractive townr,
to Apalachicola, and will attend the where a in the matter of sidewalks we
military encampment at Tampa soon. have the poorest in the State.
The Doctor thinks of locating to prac- SUBICRIBER.
tic omewhere on the coat moone w wr po -o-------t
i r on MrF. C Gilmore, mayor of the cit,
Mr. B. M. Bl oing t, a n oi l. nw
.p ...a of tFloid. but whois n o ...l spending a few days outing at S't.
Thllah l roprwentative of the Mutual. a.. ol the Galf.T for
Life In urance Company, is in the city mr. J. fully lark t ursay
a d made us several very pleasant vim- Havana, Cuba. via Tampa. He is on a
Its this week, business as well as a prospective trip,'
Mr. J. ..Flaming, an agd and highly- and his many friends wish him much
roe ted citisen of Leon county, died suci'n"
at C hires station Morday night, and Miss Margaret Bass, of Arlington,
Rev. A. L. Woodward, who was visitinG Ga., arrived in the city Wednesday and
Tallahassee w e t out and eonduct'o will be the guest of Mrs. A. C. Spiller
the funeral services. and her popular brother, Mr. Win. ia,
Burns & Co. arenow akI rders while here.
and measure for Fall F Rll line A news item that will be greeted
of samples from whi h toa and a i p leur 0o everysi id et
range of price to suit -vewpocket- Bradfrd Byrd ad John Crawford ma e

srvd, and the good tImewul be long while the city. .
remeimerd. The show window |Burns A Co.
Ur. L. Betick of Havana, Fla Park avenue and i treetop give

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la Mabry was in tow on
and he telis that a certain
onu. frm somewhere in Goor-
to Lake Jackmso d $peat
&Imea, with a meatkin for
eIme dtrg tjthe W t be
bite -d o pulling him out,
-oad trot.
lel Atkino. wa In to aee u
r. and ao- othor tug s
in a velvetb" pa"hsr

Caladium Psants, large Bulbs, 26 cents
eah, 8 for $1.00; mau ml e. for pot.
tin. 10 and 16 -et-. For particulars
aply to (Mita) A. Amoar.
PhoneNo. 00.

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bsefulest time, asitis*Or
osiwans give c to whma
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UMKMe WIn May and A mnle
an left Monday former, i thoe In
bdoGa.. ,after a pleasant visit oaf
rodays to the Misses Zachary in this
Last week Master Rufus t Rows
tlav a nice social entertainment to his
friends, and after playing many
amusing games, choice refreshments
worea mrvd.
Hon. N. P. Bryan, chairman of the
Board of Control and a prominent attor-
ney of Jacksonville, was in the city
Wednesday on business.
The True Democrat enjoyed a very
pleasant visit from Mrs. Belle Webster
Wednesday, who added her mother's
name to our subscription list.

3irme .

to HoL. ma. La r, was ivue
Wedesday, made a shsin$tan
and added aSname to ofutfacripti
Mr. M rs. Wa. Levy
Marie Marcus lft Mo fWi
ington, Baltimore. New YZk, Torobt
and Detroit.. Threywill bege seva
months. Miss Marcus will eiahwlth
her aunt in Washingto for two weeks
and join the party F New York.
For Iolt.
Rooms, centrally t Apply to
Mrs. M. Barrngtonjl South Ad-
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tree 4orto expand t.-Mrs. Child.
k ae the windows of Buns
S w mvinceou of the sterling
tyt heir good.
SJ. Pratt nd hist sdter, Miss MitW
C. Prat, left on M day for Talls.-
on a visit to their aunt Mrs. A.
Joe will returnI hme; to-
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t of Tallahassee,
whob sIi v iSt. Au-
S guatte, is now In the et and theguest
of Ms. Frank Spiller. a m West Ash-
ley street.-Times-Unon, 15th.
N ew lot of Val Laces just come, at
Garr's Danusmo-CA Lose-At G.
F. & A. depot. It con ined suit of
clothes and two books. lqider will be
rewarded by-leaving same ith TONY
VAUGHN. 21-1t
A. D. Puter, found guilty at Port-
' land, Oregon, July 6th, of conspiracy
to defraud the government of its public
lands, was satenced to two years in
ja l and to pay a fine of $7,500.
If you would get lIe very best in
Watches and in general Repair Work,
cal and aee Nicholson. 19-tf
When you come to compare the re-
sults of the convention with the results
of the primary, the difference is not so
much. It was a convention that gave
us Jennings. It ws the primary that
landed Broward.-3Palatka News.
"The source of nearly all the evil
and unhappiness of this world is selfish-
nes. Wee'me that the world might be
made ideally beautiful if only all people
would live unselfsh lives; and yet we
keep on being selfish. "-Minot J. Sav-
17 pounds Sugar for $1.00 at
Tallahassee Mercantile Co.
Hon. J. H. Harvell, in the Santa Rosa
Star, pays the following deserved conm-
S pliment to Prof. A. A. Murphree and
the Female College: "I cheerfully rec-
ommend this school, and can say from
onal knowledge of it that the pres-
dst one among the best educators
In the State, and a perfect gentleman-
a man that ihe whole State should feel
proud to have at the head of our Fe-
male College."
SBet Cabinet Photographs in Talla-
haesee, $.50 per dosea. 18-2t
Rev. A. L. Woodward, who hu been
he In a protrted meeting at Hick-
ory Grove, in Madison county, came u
to visit his Talasee relatives and
friends and Mrs. Woodward, who has
been mspndng several day with Mrs.
F. P. Woodward. Rev. and Mrs. Wood-
ward left yesterday for Mayo. where
Mr. Woodward has charge of the Meth-
odist church.
The first issue of the Carrabelle Ad-
-A 'vertiser has come to us, with Mr. Ed.
"ward A. Williams as editor and hospit-
able, jovial Capt. Ira Sanborn, as busi-
nees anger. The Advertiser will fill
a go want to Carrabelle and do much
for the betterment of that city. The
per Is n a and newsy. We X nke
pesu In adding It to our exchange
t, and wish all connected with It long
life and asee prosperity.
SBest Cainet Photographs in Tall -
S basses, $.A per dosen. 18-2t
PraidsMeNt A. A. Murphrse of the
Foida Femae Co-ege, at Talhaseee
writes to daw attention to the superior
a stage that school offers for the
ed-atlis of theyou Wdles of Florida:
He deelea to e*8 the attention of par.
etas to the are given to the moral and
rerdis! culture of the Ygo-r as well aas





.,h the enotrl rot h

_miqo bn tan Jemto gtt
M), Robes. Fleteher,
Over the ste have
attempt made to meet
It appear that their
lists must be assured, and
to pon, that the control of
bety be taken out of the
board of trustees, or a
eBaptit Conven-
change the control of the in-
m u tat Mr. Steton never con-
tod or desired, and one Mrs.
n, tnwill never agree to.
If this $100,000 has been lost to the
university, Dr. Hulley and his support-
ers on the board are In no way respon.
ible, twithstadmg the PRy. Bob-
eon, of Jacksonville, through the pa-
pra them, t, making& a deaperate effort
t onM e tM Frida Baptist that
Dr. Hulley is the eause of this great
loss. If Dr. Hulley would turn the in-
stitution over to Jennings, Hobson,
Fletch & Co., with the $140 000, it
would just meet their ideas of what was
right in the matter.t o
A Nderm Miracle.
"Truly miraculous seemed the recov-
ery of Mrs. Mollie Holt of this place,"
writes J. O. R. Hooper, Woodford,
Temnn., "she was so wasted by coughing
up puss from her lungs. Doctors de-
clared her end so near that her family
had watched by her bedside forty-eight
hours, when, at my urgent request, Dr.
King s New Discovery was given her,
with the astonishing result that im-
provement began, and continued until
she finally completely recovered, and is
a healthy woman today." Guaranteed
cure for coughs and colds. 60e and $1 00
at all druggists. Trial bottle free. *
Editor Warned.
The editor of the Bradentown Herald
suggested an ordinance against cows
running at large in the streets of Bra-
dentown, and it seems that the editor
struck a snag in a certain P. McGuire,
who wrote this warning, which is a rich
piece of humor:
"Its little I thought in coping t' this
land o' liberty to have a democratic pa.
per like the Herald advicatin the an-
arky o' the day and th' ruin o' law and
order in telling the Big Marshal o' Bra-
dentown to arrest me cow.
"Be jaenrs, if he tries it there'll be
one big marshal less in Manatee county
and some windies in the Herald office to
pay for. Me cow is a foine animal an I
had one ust like her in the old coun-
try, called Rosey. Ye also gave a hint
t' the people that they can milk me cow,
an' make butter out of th' cream; that
Is nice advice for a democrat, an' by
the holy poker I'll break the head of
the man who gave it if anybody milks
me cow, an I'll get one o* anarkist bum-
shells an' throw it in some day at the
door when ye are sitting at yer desk in
the Herald office written such advice to
th' people. Yer doctrin' seems to be,
'Thbi is a free country, but keep off the
grams.' Now I tel ye me cow is goen
t' eat gras jist so long as it grows in
the streets 'f Bradentown, so 'hands
off,' both you and the big marshal.
Now ye's warned an' ye know that a
nod is as good as a wink t' a blind
horse." ___-___
ay LUve 1W Tears.
The chances for living a full century
are excellent in the ease of Mrs. Jennie
Duncan of Haynesville, Me., now 70
years old. She writes: "Electric Bit-
ters cured me of chronic dyspepsia of
N0 years standing, and made me feQ as
well and strong as a young girl." Elec-
tric Bitters cure stomach and liver di.
eand, bloed disorders, general debility
and bodily weakness. Sold on a guaran-
tee at all drglota. Price only 0c.
afthsr "019" Tat."
The Tallahassee True Democrat, pub-
lished at Talahassee, right at the seat
of government, publishes the following
extiawdl^ ' Mjs item, whtic he
itor vouches for as authentic. Here is
the article:

P. 8. Gilmo Davis sell our Paist.

3eaph^ Wf t he Sewed
Te Save PONew paints a pateti
Pon picture as thepeut condition of
au M. ,= F formerly one of th
most noted of mortals, now almost for-
gotten-In feet Miedpally remembered
In eommeettoo w the inranes ean-
dals. The News ays.
Nothing is being aid about Senator
pew the days. He is practically
forotten. He is ldming gradually to-
wards the grave. Hidden away In a
country home in e of the most plates
eque parts of New York he nees
few people, a ., ap t,
care to i.m. H poput art d-
parted. H old ind refer to him
occasiona~ d utter a word of sympa-
thy, but it admitted that his eaer IS
ended. He know It is ended. All day
long he it i the sunshine and brodb
over the circumstances that led to his
retirement to hima wresent re t
is nothing in his leal e n t
ought to ocaslon aMr. It is his men-
tal-eondition that indicates that he will
not figure again prominently in public
affairs. His mind s sound, but he can-
not be aroused it. ake Itorest In his
urroundlngs. w paper are ept
away from him. While there is nothing
in them nowadays that connects his ae
with the great Insurance scandal he
knows that it was that scandal that was
his undoing. He cannot face the p=iblc
knowing what the public thought of his
connection with it.
From being one of the best known
and most sought-after men in the coun-
try he has become a broken, old man,
spending his days In brooding over the
change that has taken place In his re-
lations with the blc. A little while
ago he was the chief figure in many
gatherings of the best known and moat
prominent men in the country. He was
the merriest of the merry and his jokes
were told in barroom, an counting room
drawing room and newspaper office.
Now he is forgotten. The fickle ublei
hardly misses him. And hefeeo the
neglect. It Is not to be wondered at
that he broods. He has only himself to
blame. He followed the spirit of greed
a little too far and now he is paying the

All oy whos txeam are met
Mid Aqhrpiut ath wi be adverUsed.
No Scep*imn wil be t
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"bwe ood a obr s mi aO w w0.t
- tled Uis M e i ;, tOm Id",o
*eelsny easeameat, aru di is

etl agmy whish aheaM btro
and abated Is some way. The wdb
had ooe-io to paMs slo a eartalI
strm the other da y (10 a. m.) ia~t.
itad pripa by seMges, who hWU
main eeaupled sheap, tmbbo in ha or
"shacks," sad in the spees of lees th~
three blocks he oinmted twenty gMw1
awero ame, shiftMlely ad lly
fag about doorways on porKhes eln
wtadows, not ems of whom M**mO tM
have aniing mMearth to do. Thisat
10 in the moran, and dWimil eoUtim
obtalnin in other sections 'he had
oeasion to observe, help to account
for the fat that "labor is aeamS." al-
most to the poetof depemration, as
mill and lumber men. But for the ftet
that In that esar walk more ome
than men wee observed equally IW
and shitless., it might be thought that
the women were earnla the *vikr.I
There ought to be a law oompellng
every unemployed man, unlem he be
slek, to get busy, get out, or get run
At the last session of the Legislature
good strong vagrat laws were passed,
were signed by the Governor, became
law and operative; now let the oAfieer
get behind these big, fat, strong gn-
tlemen of leisure and put them to help-
ing bear the burdens of living, vokho-
tarily if theycan be made to do so; If
not, take them in, convict them and
mend them to the prison camps, where
loaflng vagrants can be made to work.
The new er Is really coming. A
western candidate for re-election to a
State offie promptly announced his
withdrawal upon earning that a full
list of his railroad and other pasee for
the pat fifteen yeas' had been secured
by the position and was Jet about to
be Dubllihed. It was publIcity that
neeed the e trust In Toled and Kan-
ass City. Publicity drew the Standard
Oil out of its shell and caused itto make
a defense, though it was silent in the
face of prosecution by the governments
of several States. -Tamps Tmes.
Yes, and publicity is having its own
good effect in this State. If publicity
does not influence ome ofeaials who met
themselves up now as having "prece-
dent" for abuses and rights to do just
a they pleas, because a loosely and
carelessly-framed section of some law
"gives" some flimsy exeuse for tak-
Ing such outrageous advantages, the
people as a whole will take a hand
when some of Florida's esan set out
during the next campaign, to select the
right kind of men to ill public offices.
There are some rpwspaper men in Flor-
ida who are determined the people shall
know of official transectionm as they
really are, and the puny efforts, such
as the "Interview" relative to that 411-
cent land sale, thoee beautiful little let-
ters and LEngle's Kindergarten Gram-
mar School will never satisfy, nor will
they deter us from our work In the In-
terest of the people of Florida. The
contemptible practice of ueing ofileial
power to reward raseahty, In stealing
elections, stuffing ballot boxes, buying
votes, etc., to keep bad men in office
must come to an end in Florida, and we
believe their good work will be begun in
this State quite early. No scheming
and taw-dqfing men should again be
allowed to hold a public office in Florida.
Live Oak, with 7,00 inhabitants, has
only one pollee oimer. The Democrat
says "he heas abundant tie to attend
to as the street work and do numerous
other things for the town. In fact, he
attends toretty much all of the needs
of the city.' As Live Oak meeme to he
quite well satiied with Its Pooh Bah.
he must bean e*eellent officer.-Timee-
Union. He is an excellent officer.-
Live Oak Democrat. And a excellent
officer is a comfort and a Joy forever
Tea Mease.

At Lanark on the Gulf.
Ideal Place to spend the
Months. Hotel modern and
to-date. Reduced round
rates frown Tallahaues.

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Tliing, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
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The Smile
that won't come off appears on baby's
face after one bottle of White's Cream
Vermifuge, the great worm medicine.
Why not keep that smile on baby's face.
If you keep this medicine on hand, you
will never see anything else but smiles
on his face. Mrs. ---, Blackwell,
Okla., writes: "My baby was peevish
and fretful, would not eat, and feared
he wouldedie. I used a bottle of White's
Cream Vermifuge and he has not had a
sick day since. Sold by all druggists. *
As He Is Sem,
Governor Broward is up in New York
with a pocket full of proxies helping
Lawson "fix" the life insurance com-
panies. Our Governor besides having
on his mind digging a ditch in the Ever-
glades, also has some notions In his head
of how the insurance business should be
transacted, and if he gets the next leg-
islature to endorse his plans, this state
will soon be in the life Insurance bus-
Iness, and with diuging ditchemo and
life insurance, our chief executive would
probably becompelledto spend at least
a part of his time at the State Capital
at Tallahassee.-I.ive Oak Democrat.
If Governor Bruward don't be careful
he will equal the unenviable reputation
made by his predecessor, Hon. W.- S.
Jennirs, sas a traveler and absentee
while filling the high and exalted office
of Governor of the State of Florida.
-Miami Metropolis.
-- ---bma
The Georgia, Florida and Alabama is
likely to play an important part in the
development of Middle Florida. The
portion from Carrabelle to Tallahassee'
originally known as the Carrabelle Tal-
ahassee and Georgia, was built by Clark,
the "0. N. T." thread manufacturer
to increase the value of certain lands he
owned. Later hesold the read to J. P.
Williams, the millionaire turpentine
operator who built the link between
Tllahaee and Bainbridge. The improve.
ments projected at Carrabelle are due,
of course, to the recognition by Mr.
Williams and his associates of the eom-
in importance of the Florida Gulf coast
m the commerce with South America
is more fully exploited.-Thrme Union
Short Talks.
stem the musie Cue.
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DM't you want to stat a bank Would'at yo like tobee o ef ogom toKde, 't
provadpeWket aavts banks to help~ mt rour nlekl f and m41 ft It ais anO
you a de half a dollar or smalr It is of a sie eonvenient to ermy t t
or a ladlmues bagr. It is ra to you resist the temptation to speed money.
want sa, a.unIt with eeryb n l m this vdlm
We fwun onme of these baksa fr to ne who will deposit one delbIr premie to
ope n sesount with uas within thirty days from receipt of bank. These lanka are dverd to yoe
locked sad ea only be opened by uas,
You would i surprised to know how mwAh money you can save in five years by taking 6
of your small change and depositing In a sav bank
It is not wise to save money by keepla rnt n the house, because there is dater of loss by
thieves and fire, and besides t Is not maklF anything But place it with us and it o earb some-
thing. We pay $ per cent I terest on all depoits of One Dollar and upwards. Intreat perds are
first days of April and October.
Relow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 818 working days in the year, at 8 per cent interest.

Am't deposited.
S per cay for 5 years... ............ $16.560
20per ay for 6 years --..--.... 818.00..
26e per cay for 6 years . .. .. I.. ..
0c per c sy for f years......... 4.4.60.
Occ per c ay for f years -. .. . -...... 78.60...
o0oc per cay for 6 yearsn.. ............ 1,6.00...

Interest earned. Total am't
$11.14---- .. .............$167.64
........ 2228- ...-.....-- ..--...--- 336.2
.. 27.85........ ... .... 419.10
.. 33.42 -...------.......---...--...-- 60.9
...... 56.70 .-........ ..- 8-8.20
. -. .......111.40.....-------...-..----......--.. 1,676.40

The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.

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Dealers i

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BUGGIES 35.00 mnd up
WAGONS 30.00 ad up
Also Brick, Stone and Tile
for Building and Paving.

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P.O. Box 888.

Tallahassee, Fla.

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O~tt~mt~ut claim Is

District 1- This. P. West. Milton.
2-John 8. Beard, Pensacola
3-John Neel, Westville.
4-Theop. West, Marianna.
5-A, J. Alford, Carrabelle.
6-James E. Broome, Quiney.
7--Park M. Trammell, Lakeland,
S-John W. Henderson, Tallahassee.
9- W. K. Jackson, Inverness.
10-C1. L. L ggett, Greenville.
11-James Z. Crane, Tampa.
12-Al. Winbun, Mallory.
18-F. M. Hudson, Miami.
14-F. P. Cone, Lake City,
15-J. B. Crews Lake Butler.
16-"'homas 8. Davi, Pernandina.
17-.. It. Newlan, Live Oak.
18- I. H. Buckman, Jacksonville.
19-- ouis C. Massey, Orlando,
20-1. H. Baker. Orange Home.
21- N. R. Carter Levyville.
22-W. M. Olrardeu, Monticello.
2- 1. N. Withers, Lfadylake.
2- W. Hunt Harris, Key West.
85-8. W. Clark Blountatown.
96--E. 8. Crill, Palatka.
27-Joe. H. Humphreys, Bradentown.
28- Frank W. Sams New Smyrna.
W2- E E. Canova, Sanderson.
)0 --Frank Adams. Jasper.
81 -Lewis W. Zim, St. Augustine.
82-- H. H. NcCreary, Gainesville.
Alachua-T. A. Doke, Santa Fe; Syd
L. Carter, Gainesville.
Baker-L. C. Cobb Olustee;
Bradford-E. 8. Matthews, Starke;
H. C. People, Dukea.
BrCvard-Wade H. Jone, Tituaville.
Calhoun-A. Max Wilson, Blounts.
Citrus -J. W. Knight. Floral City.
Clay J. B. Ionj, Green Cove Sprng"s.
Columbia- M Knight, Lake City;
H L. Avant, Fort White
Dade-John W. WateM, Miami.
DeSoto-W. H. Hooked Arcadia.
Duval- I. L. Parris and S. 11. Mel-
ton, Jackasonvillle.
,sacmbia-Chas. M. CAoton,. Iensa-
co a; M. 0. Baggett, McDavid.
o'ranklin-J. F.. C. Grigga, Apalachi.
Gadden-- J. H. Willis, Quincy; W. L.
Ta lor, Hranehville.
Hamilton -John Bradshaw, Jennings;
I. 0. Refister. Japer
Iermando-C S. Witoon, Brooknville.
lltsboro--W. W. K. Decker. Tampa;
Join R. Dudley, Plant City.
lolmes D J. Paul, onifay.
.ackson Ed. Williams, (fraceville;
II C. Neel, Bascom.
Jefferon 8. D. Clarke, Monticello;
J. I). Thompson, Lloyd..
Lafayette--D. G eiger Mayo.
Lake -S. 1. Kirkland, Altouma; S. F.
Smith, leeaurg.
Lee--F. J. WTionm, Buckingham.
Leon--A. 8. Wells and Gilbert Harts-
ield. Tallahassaee
yJ. N. Willis. Williaton.
Liberty-Sldmey D. Johnson Bristol.
Madsoon--W.I H. Rowe, Madion; R.
L. Milllnor, llaville.
Manatee-John A Graham. Braden-
to r.
arlon-E. I. Wartman, Citra; Geo.
G. Matthew. Orala.
Munmroe-C. L. Knowira and W. It.
Malon, Jr Key West.
Nassau-'.A. Ofllvie. Callahan; Jas.
E. Colklm, Femrandina.
Orn--_GW. Crawford, Conway;
8. C. I D Orland. I
0**eo-t-A. D a. Kaimmes.
Paaep-R J. Motew Datoe cty.
". -W. lJ. Dumase, tAt eMd; R.
W1 Sell. Woisteawv&.
Kutnam-H. A. MeKemae and W. A.

W. A. IM 1humaf t. ukmAs

St. Lucie Claude F. Olmstead, Ft.
Sumter-- W. C G Kilgore, Wildwood.
Suwannee- W. R. iorman, Live Oak;
W. II. McClellan Welborn.
Taylor-- T. J aulkner, Perry.
Volusia-WWm. S. Parkinson, Daytona;
D. P. Morrison, Barberville.
Wakulla S. P Rdxidenberry. Sop-
aw en-J. H. Richburg Laurel Hill.
Washington-W. B. Lassiter, Vernon.
Key West is getting there, too. An
ordinance was passed there by the coun-
cil last week that all meat and fish
markets must provide screens to prevent
flies on fish and mdat exposed for sale.
Such screen are necewsary at this
season of the year to make markets
clean. Here in Jacksonville people will
not eat meat where flies swarm about
the market.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
A visit to the city market will convince
all that something ought to be done in
the screening line. It a almost imposi-
ble to relish eating a thing that comes
from there after one has been and seen.
Something should be done about it, and
at once



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and take a look at our &nveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any-
J. P. 8. HOUSTOUN, Prop.
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Old Kemper Livery Stables.

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PhONE NO. 169.
Keep in stock at all times,
all kinds of Fresh Meats,
Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs,

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..n.s Walk Overs, was $3.50 and $4.00, now

$3.00 and $3.

Ladles' White.Canvas Oxfords, 2 styles, value $1.50 to $1.75, now $1.19

'Many other< reductions on Summer Toggery of Interest to you.



MOfICS as gI v thrt tis tllowlc dcribtal wll ol*t poblesetion on the
tho LaA cti etuthe eios odooratTlh a te cou of Leoa. or so
nmb as be t h umoht due for taxes hreln met opposite to the same., to.


2 acres of land in the e'i of nw % 30
(Dsscrlbd Us follows: Begin at
a point 147-I1 cha south and
23-100 chs east from the nw cor-
ner of saMd E% of Nws4 and run
thence south to 8 chs, thence east
i100 ohs, thence north S chs and
"'-then.e wae t a 0-100 ch. to point of
]Lot N. U n t 8w% of St. Augus-
tine branch, lots IL S. Duvals sur-
vey of lands of Mundee as per plat
recorded in Deed Book B B, page
Lot No. A in the Sw% of St. Augus-
tine branch, lots J. C. Dyer's sur-
vey of lands of 0. A. Chaires. as
.per plat recorded In Deed Book P,
pao ge 7 .............................. $1
Lot No. 15 in the Sw% of St. Augus-
tine branch, lots J. C. Dyer's sur-
vey of laRnds of 0. A. Chalres as
per plat recorded In Deed Book P,
page 70 ....................... ....... 81
That part of the se' of the neA
lying north of the 8 A. L. Rail-
way ........................... 20
N % 'of 'ne ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' ... .. ............ 20
W% of nw% and ne% of nw% ..........11
That part of EB% of nw3 77 acres
lying w of the Tallahassee &
Thomasville road- also that part of
the e% of saw%, U acres, lying west
of the Tallahassee A Bruafordville
road, and bounoea on the west by
Harriet Daniels tract, ana on the
south by Toblas Paines' land. as
per deed with plat on same record-
ed in Deed Book 8. pae 581. ex-
cept 2806-100 acres to Fed Larkin,
25 acres to Mrs. M. H. Meginniss,
% of an acre to church. I acre to
school house, 4% acres to Loring
Zion Society. % of an acre to Rob-
ort Robinson ......................... 33
7 acres In w% of se94 and in the *%
of sw%. as per deed recorded in
Deed Book J J. page 1 ..............
W% of se% and sw% .................. 26
e% ......... ........................ 27..
8 6-10 acres In the nw4. described
to-wit: Beginning at the southwest
comer of the said nw% and run
east 1790-100 chs., thence north
3040-100 chs, thence west 17 0-100
chs, thence south 30 40-100 chs to
the place of begiring ...............
Ne#4 of nw% and w% of ne% ........ 36
9 acres of land oft the e side of SW%
of sw % ................................. 8
Lot No. 2 In e% of net a per plat
recorded nla Deed Boo E page
so ....................................... 30
Nw% and w% of ne% ................
Sof ne% w% of nw% of nw% .... 2
,...Wa of and ne. of sw% ... ...
Vot N aa per p at recorded in
POd Book r P. page U* tn the
Lot No. 4. of block No. 2. as per plat
recorded In Deed Book H H. page
W&. In ne% of ne% .................. S
Lot No. 16 of block No. 2. am per plat
recorded In Deed Book H H. page
UMS In ne% of ne% .................... IS
Lot No. I1. of block No. 2. as per
plat as worded In Deed Book H
h. pag in net of el.........
Lot No. t. of bloc k No. .as per
plat recorded In Deed Book H H.
pee to. l Oa ofm 10%..............
Lot 14No. f block No. 4. as per
pst reoded In tDeed Book H H,
page 1aa of n% .......... a.
Lot No. 8.a of ek No, 4 as per
plat reseed to Deed Book IH s .
pgem MM of *% ............. 3
L No *4 or No. S.
P-,t -n-A 0f bookHH.
e. ..e :'% .... .........
Let No. 1L. e k No. 5. as per
to Deed Dook H H.

1W 1"1ook H H.
r.............................. a

t IT at s oi 360:

.. .....................
de ........ We

.......w....................... .

In le

John B. Franklin..

In le 1 531-1000Mary Wrlgit. .....

In le 400-1000 Lettice King ......

In le 1907-1000 Unknown .........

In Se1990-100)1
In 8e 40 J F. P. Patton ........
2n le 1.0 Moses and Jefferson
Spencer .... ......

2n le 20 Ned Nelon ......

7 Elimbeth Smith ...
150 JB. F. Walter ......

38 6-10 Godfred Wilson
81mon WUson, Jr...
120 B. F. Walter ......
6 Mary Hayes .... ...

1% Margaret EBdwards.
240 n
J J Amos Parish ......
o Margaret Edwards.

In lw

In Iw

In Iw

In Iw

In Iw

In Iw

In Iw

In lw

In Iw

In Iw

In Iw

In 1w


Ella Carter

Weller Costa....

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......

Unknown .... ......


Unknown ..........

A Oeorta. Floridam o
Alabama Ry Co..

us' -
Jminm M~bs
~., W. S. IWh
~, einsw ..... .9. 0,



sec. S. and on said Uline a distance
of d 5-100 chs. commenclng where
said line crosses the northern part
of said pond and running thence
east 625-100 chs, I acre.............
Ne1 oft ne@4 of nw4 ..................
"e/, of ne and s*% of sw'4 ..........

8% of ne% of sw% ..................
Sel of nw'4 ...........................
Nw4 of Be'4 and nb% of se-4........
Lot No. 25, as per plat recorded in
Deed Book G0. page 591. in sw%
of n4 .... .... ............
Se 4 of s ..................... ........
Sw' of nw4 and nw% of sw' ........
Sw' of s .................... .......
of se% ..............................
An4 of ne'4, wt of se% and 5 acres
In e% of aw ........................

A lot of land he inning at a point a
of the se corner of Boulevard st.
and 40 ft. a of the tract of the 8.
4 74 A. L. Rwy and running w with the
line of said railway IM feet. thence
s 100 ft., thence e 120 ft. and thence
north 100 ft. to beginning in the
nw%, except a strip 25 ft. wide off
6 72 the e side to the Pla. State Normal
and Industrial College..........
Lot No. 5. of block 8. in Villa Mitch-
ell in sees. I and......................
]Lot No. 5. of block 20. itn Villa Mitch-
3 91 ell. In meeC. I and 2,. as per plat filed
In the office clerk of Circuit Court
Lot No. 1, of block S. in Villa Mitch-
ell. In sece. I and 2. as per plat re-
*- G corded In office clerk or Circuit
Court ............... ...............
7 76 ,ot No. 4. in block 2". In Villa Mitch-
ell. in Peec. 1 and 2, ai per plat re-
corded In office of clerk of Circuit
C ourt ................ .................
Lot No. 3, of block 2-, In Villa Mitch-
ell, In seco. I and 2. ;a per plat re-
corded in office of cl-rk of Circuit
Court .......... .... ... ..............
Part of lot No. 13, in th. ne% of new'
nas per plat recorded in Deed Book
Z page OW,. and more particularly
descrlhed ap followed: Cnmmencing
at a point 52 feet north of the
southwest corner of .aid lot No. 13.
and thence run north 14A ft to the
land of Robert M. Hall, thence
0 64 east 215 feet to the street. thence
Pouth R feet to the lHnds of Nancy
McPherson. thence wept 96 feet.
1 44 thence south 140) f-t to land of
William Rugre, thr.,'e west I 2)
30S 1 feet to place of hernningln.........
NeP4 of sw%........ ...........
E" of w 4 .......... .. . ... ........... .
8% of "M' and sw' ...............
'Nw%4 of net4 of sw'. ...............
4 S That part of the I lying south of
S Forbes purchase lin H ..............
Lo_ ts No. I and 2 . ..............
I 71 N% of ne% and se (of ne% ..........
NP14 of 0e1 . ............ .
1 44 N% of s4 of ne4 anwl s% of nw4
o f S 14 ................ ...............
3D 5 Xw% ,f nw ....... .. .............
8% of sw%4 ..... ..... .... .
2 11 4 % of me% and e% of ,w% of ae%..
N w 4 of nw% ....... ...............
Se% of s 4 ......... ....... .............
A ll of .................. . ..............
Be%4 and e% of sw ................
1 All except that part lytna south of
the Jackson Bluff ro ................
All of stectona 10 and ...............
l All sections 12 and ..............
All except 47% acres In the nw cor-
ner orf w .... ............
1 (Sa l emsepton d2ucrlbed to-wit:
Beginning at the corner of ase. 3,
township south range I sweet.
1 9 and run sa s S-100 cha. thence a
1s 3i-f0 cs, thence h 6IS06-W cnes.
these w 11-140 chs to the point
1 B of begianing) ......... .......
a and the @% of the s% of n ......
1 M10 acre ofr" iaIn the *w :..........
(Dewribed to-wIt: B4l in at tie sw
corner of section 1i. township I
I a south, rm *e w wet, and run e
15-100 chb to bed of a branch
which is the place of beginning,
1 3 thence run 15 chs to a stake.
thence n 5 cth to stake tt b=d of
branch, thence down maid branch
to beginning) ...... ...............
A ll o t ....................................
All. except 0e of *e. of se%,.........
T oA f .*. of ..............
A a ansd a of the Ocklockonea rlive

All of ti* outh of rorV pwr-
SobaM im .. .......................

Wi% of sw V ..........................


and $1.29.


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Travis Robinson ...
10 Isabella Oaulden...
90 Gulf Lumber Co.,
Bidney 0. Well,
Agt .................
30 Gorglana Nelson...
40W. B. Taylor..........
W Unkown ...... ......

Thomas R. Merrett.
O0 J. H Lowry..........
40 W. B. Taylor .......
W0 Marion P. Hlghtower
165 T. F. Thompson
Lumber Co ........

ls lw % Amy
Is lw %

Is w % J Ell

Bell ..........

B. Wilt ......

. J. A. Jerger.......

Is lw % J. W. Adams ......

In lw A C. C. Aumnerman ..

2 ls lw

Daniel Halls Hines,
Robert Halli ast

1w 40 Wm. McCabe estate
W. B. Taytor. exctr
lw 10 R W. Ashmore ....
lw 240 Wm. McCabe estate
W. B. Taylor. exctr
lw 10 Miss Susan J. Harsh
lw 52 52-100 W. B. Taylor.......
2w 100 62-100 George W. Atkinson
2w 120 Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co ...........
2w 40
2Valley Pine Lum-
2w 1 J ber Co ..........
2w 40 Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co .............
2w 0o C. M. Codington....
2w 40 Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co .............
2w 40 C. M. Covington....
2w 40 Valley Pine Lum-
ber Co ............
2w 640 H. J. Richardson...
sw 240 H. J. Richardson...
Iw NO C. W. Richardson
Sw lA0 J & Co. ..............
Iw 120 H. J. Richardson...
C. W. Richardson
Iw N A Co .............

4 J H. J. RlcLrdwi
10 B. Tilton & Co ...



we% cc so 0% of a1tM....


1 I4g

col s MM, AW as w i
lov d all.
Both are to be ea
they have the sodw m -l
of friends in Tilbasse.

Tallahaseeamp Wad Lee


LVI -ah17
2a "%.a awdom

ke His friend haveI
with him and advisd
i not resist the craviW d rf k.
He was out of prison om tm
don, and, because of his Iaiml ,ilt
10 intoxicants ad the ull.A s
thereby, amdavits ba
against him and bonwi agt Sboto
prion to serve out his ufMt a
ence. We are told be in
cast over the position he now d
we fel sorr, Lnd forWi4lfrw
sober Peter cr one Ime h te
of character and his frid
for them. Another ood
against the liquor bsies. ws It
bW Ialled whiski ort
s 4 whkeoy. All- h ho ame M
4 bad effect.
1 Mr. E. A. Cmwf forly ofAt-
13 lanta and a son of twe late eol &A.
Crawford, of Tallahames-, ha opp.da
34 brokerage coffee in the PFkla wik,
1 it with private wire conetm for te
convenience of those who wi" to o
2 business in the New York markbo4 He
comes well recommended ad a. mIf
2 n .friends here already.--Me l e .
i s4 Mr. Chas. A. Choats earome tup
1 4 Jacksonville Saturday ihkt sadW pat
2 W several days this week h f i
.1 04 and hosts of rTaa-assee Moste.
Mrs. 8. W. Crichlow ad d aN,
S78 Mias Luclle and MSry lo
6 a spent several days plea
relatives in this ci to frM to r
* a hom. at Port Tampa Moeday.

1 11
11 40


w 60 B. F. Tnton Co.. I 1
w W. W. Mcrff ....
w 30 Unknown ..........
w 00 William MeCobe
estate. W,. B. Tay-
lor. exetr .......... I
w 1M WilliM MeCabe et
W. .I Taylor., mae.
.. . .......... SW

Miss Suaie Black. seMmd by,
little Misa Lillias Co IIs, b 1t hw
parents In Gadedem omty tise woik.
Rev. J. Edmar Wiluo r Mn-
day from Quincy, 11.
Mrs. W. H. Reynolds and family will
ro tomorrow to St. Teres for a few
ys on the coast.
The summer school tor toeuhers whdeh
has been going o for iax week o the
campus of thb Florida for Weo
men will else tomorrow an a vry
prospenres ssi The it
was Sk aquitoa rg m boraber -
mer normal; bat a larr attUdmaie m
-expe etd nxt year.
Mr. Hory LAter, the popular
an at ur A C'.

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Wth will
to of .Ia4estimOfthePOPE

anslat the administrators of
afa. All Collins has to do to
to continue hewin to the line and
other fellow do the sig sagging.
Step M. Ia man evidently
t miuo t ed from
a band nor the f-rbelow sad
of swi mthaat neil
ion or he would not bave gv-
gto 4We are laying for him and
to make him think that he had run
up a Poorth f July out of ,gu-
M. a anyow, Oeasla extends
to j ie beet ahou has In her shop. -
0 e. So ,And so does many other
Aldrman J. C. Libby, feeling that
the tame which he made n the munici-
pal ni t concerning sewerage is the
one Brost good which should be effected
at tae earliest poesilble moment, has in.
uguated a ove .int looking to the
carrying outof thepropoed public Im-
proveomet. A member of the council
om each ward, together with the bond
treste sad the board of governors of
the Board of Trade, will meet tonight
tod elas the matter.- -St. Augustine
Meteor. We note also that Mr. Libby
was appointed on the following comnmit-
tom: Ordinances, fire and police, and
Mr. Lamar writes a letter to the True
Demrat of Tallahassee and explains
that h majority would have been larger
had the peple bo as indignant an he
is over the daicriminatlons of the rail-
road Therne seems to be a suggestion in
Mr. Lamar's letter that the Florida rail.
read ommieslon had been entirely able
to a with whatever abuses were fonnd
to It Oseem to be quite in order
no Mr. tephens to come out and
ollwhy the vote for him was not larger.
Perhap he too; mentioned aome things
tt the people were not suffllently In-
a out. And in this connection
It iy be wggested that It make all the
e IgnAant all the time--Times
If you vote for constitutional amend.
ment continuing the Board of Drainage
Comm r of Plorida you vote an
inrMse of taxation on the dry lands, a
1. burden on the the tax payer of
he VW a il perpetual graft for the
t- aftinistration and It. favorites
a edta. We are taxed enough. Tax-
es Ilnoald be reduced instead of inereas-
in. Look well into the measure and
wI" you mark you ballot in November
be caretul to mark it "against the Con.
astltutonal amendment. "Keep the hand
out ofthe lion's mouth, and then you will
not have to pull it out. Volusla County
Reord. C
TsNm AND BAu! All kindT and at
all pri If yoIneed one. see the
beat Hne ever tbrorht to Tallahassee.
at Burns & Co.'e.
S. T. Medals.
Hon. Jefferson 13. Browne, chairman
of the Florida Railroad Comminsion. has
vasn e handsome gold medal to
be ontetted for in the 1,000-yard match
Adutant-General Foeter offers a gold!
Sfor the best skirmish run ('apt.
Masters, of Ht Au untine.
I "- medal for the A)yard
& nCor1. John S Maxwell. of the
Infantry, offtrn a gold mfdal for
match. The board for thti
Sr of rifle practice will provide
al for a 600-yard match, and
f & Crosby medal will be
for at 200 and-00 yards. All
matches will be feature of the
As rio competition at St. Auiusa-
a Handsome bronse medals win he
Sthe ond pride ineach match,
diCt hped by the board that it will
O to supplement the medals
Spriem with a series of cash

We buy anything and sell everything.
S&I m md e us before you buy or
ID- #atter* not what it is.
Tiallhassee Mercantile Co.
Neeward -an Laweem.
with a satchel full of proxies,
I B. reward, Governor of Flor*
foe New York last night to at-
ameting of polcy holders of the
igetm aurance companies of the United


a will be
Iwson al-
with the

ngeO sIm very welL.
Mr Bryan went on:
S"It tMUs furil Mr. Roesesesk
to make his ad6lntratlon respond to
the country's evident demand for re.
forms. The platform on which he was
elected does not declare that our laws
and our government should aim at the
welfare of the whole people, but If a
Democratic President Wi chose nn 1906
he will undoubtedly represent a rty
committed to this reform ides, will
be in quite a different situation. Tero
sno doubt about the people's wish in
this respect View that were eonsid-
erod revolutionary a fewyear ago are
now accepted as sane a necessary. A
change has me over the country. An
American askad me today: 'Mr. Bryan,
how do you explain the hae that ha
come over some of our rich men in re-
spect to their attitude toward Demo-
cratic principles?' I replied: 'The ex-
planaton is very easy. People who live
in a valley watch the dams above them,
and if a floods threatened they know
that higher the dam the greater the
danger, and some of them have made
up their their minds tt they cannot afford
to dam public sentiment any longer.'
There is another thing to be consid-
ered," Mr. Bryan remarked after a
pause, "namely, the ethical movement,
A great many men are beginning to
learn that there is something in the
world more valuable than money, and
it has gratified me to hear of a number
of cases where men have taken a larger
view of their relation to their fellows
and responsibilities.
"This introspection is making some of
them ashamed of the questionable meth-
ods to which they have resorted in the
Abraham Lincoln

was a man who, against all odds, at-
tained the highest honor a man could
get in the United States Ballard's
Horehound Syrup has attained a place
never equalled by any other like remedy.
It is a sure cure for coughs colds,
bronchitis, influenza and all pulmonary
diseases. Every mother should keep
supplied with this wonderful cough
medicine Sold by all druggists. *
Santa Rosa Star:
"We heard on the street the other
day of a man who claimed he was too
poor to take his home paper, but all the
same he read a notice in one of our coun-
ty paper, telling how to prevent a horse
from slobbering, and sent $1.50 for re-
ceipt. When the $1.60 worth of infor-
mation came it said; "Teach your horse
how to spit
Do Net Negect ouar towels.
Many serious diseases arise from neg-
lect of the bowels. Chamberlain
Stomach and Liver Tablets are a pleas-
ant and agreeable laxative. They in-
vigorate the liver and regulate the
bowels For sale by all druggists. *
Miss Carrie Boteon.
Accompanying a handsome portrait
of its subject the Boston (Mamss ) Her-
ald of June 17 has the following compli-
mentary notice of a popular young lady
whose talents are greatly admired in
Tallahassee, her girlhood home:
"Mime Ada Mae Currle, 17, has shown
remarkable ability as a violin soloist.
She first came into public prominence
May 11 with patriotic selections at an
entertainment riven by Major Cum-
mingn Camp. S. V. Since that time the
demand for her service has been wide-
spread. Miss Currie was born in Talla-
haseeF, Vla where the family resided
twenty years. Mrs. Currie and thiet.
daughters Alice L., Helen Gould and
Ada Mat' came to Somerville from the
South last fall, in order that the young
women might complete their musical
education Mism Ada is violin accom.
pianist at the Park Avenue M. E. church
in West Somerville. and also assist her
mister Alice in conducting a kindergar-
ten school at their home, 45 Iexington
avenue. Missa (Currie commenced her
public career an a violinist when she
was eightt years old. She was Instruct-
ed by Charles A. Rice, formerly of
Boston and Tallahassee, and by Rrof.
Chadak. of Chattanmooga "
The many friends of Miss Henry
Stewart, one of the bridesmaids at the
Blockero-Cooey wedding, are delighted
in having her remain in our city for
several days Mr. Louis Demily, of
Tallahassee. is in town shaking hands
with his many Carrabelle friend. Mr.
Demilly is en route to SL Teresa for a
month a rest and recreation at this pop-
ular resort.. Miss Daisy Stewart, one
of the bridesmaids of the Blorker-
Cooey wedding of last week returned
to her home In Tallahaaem tais week.
to the regret of her a friends n ths
eity. Carrabelle Advertser.
New linep mO ladloe' Shoel! Buns
& Co. have just put into their stock a
nice new line 6f Ladies' Shbos. Noth.
lng in this section that It.
Call and t you that is
eat emfomabl ad that i wear
well? While our ane the best,
oer priees are rIght. Ca aa ae
Don't take Or s se twr t e10e
seJ*e ftr -.0 u
WOsa nma ll

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Pleasant to taie.

Jeff. 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 satisfaction guaran.

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

BEST and

Can be built for less than
15 centm a Rod.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville, - Florida.

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C th a wee.
J. L. Sel. of Canabelle was in
thir week and had his name en.
M our tet firowin subscription
John floor made us a visit
this week ass ubual with him
* e eomes to the elty. Alway
V, d to have our country f riend
John BwM a In the city again
With a go bad of fine mel.
-=alea visit
d you see that dray load of cases
&up t Bums &Co. wene

Iat popular prices. Drop n and see

M: 9p

virt Talt to Dowlan
.. Demosset.
M Heale Cak s left yesterdayto
SAo&ths at 20 Ark
Atlanta Ga., and as
S' a qeehas her True Dem-
Mrs. J. W. B Isttoo ts sin visttng
Sheboll of toltmhat a address. who
Ve alwa pl to welcome her and
.B3ri at t r od home, where
Mr. Robert Levy, the popular clerk
W1 Mr. Wll Damon's groery store
purchased of Messr. Julius an
Ball, the 512 aro tract of land
his lace in the Lake Bradford
blhtlk..bd, Pad tharfor M00.00.
h Mr. Zach Fewn has a ept a a posi-
*a wth Mr. J. D. Cia t earriage.
aand harness artant of his
yf ad fowing In this city.
aTals = friends of Mr. Fenn
d his excellent wife are much pleased
H have oome back to tUsciy to
Mrs. Ala Jaoha aad children are up
from Jackonville for a few weoks to
visit hr 'Tallshum relative and
rieMas, sad are geUat of her unless.
Messms Julius an Herman Ball, and
her aunt, Mrs. Baya, at the Bloxham
A new addition is being added to Trin-
ity M. E. church parsonage. It is pleas-
antly remembered that the new church
and other improvements to the parson-
ae building were made when Rev. Mr.
Powe was our minister before. Mr.
Poage is dearly beloved by our whole
S eitisenhip.
S When you come to compare the results
of the convention with the results of
the primary the difference is not so
much. It was a convention that gave
as Jennings. It was the primary that
landed Broward.-Palatkal ews.
Governor Broward has appointed
Jamee Weeks of Clay county, to fll the
vaeancr caused by the death of Sheriff
Carlos Wilson, who was killed last week
by a negro he was attempting to arrest.
Mr. Weeks was formerly sheriff of
Clay county and was unnonmru-ly en-
dorsed for the position.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Yaeger and chil-
dren and Mrs. Leon Fishleft Wednee-
day for an extended visit to New York
and other Northern and Western places
of interest for the balance of the sum-
SMeaon, and they carry with them
-idesre of their hosts of Tallahassee
that they may all keep well and
a most pleasant outing.
Mrs. W. L. Taylor, with her interest-
o little family, left this week to Join
tr at Ocaa, where they will ride
SMC.Taylor Miss Taylor emalled to
as rd and if the goodwishes
hbwe uponus shall come about,
r U re kee well, prosperous
happy. True Democrat will
theibm rqudly at t "l ew home
we wish al a full measure of
and prosperity. We com-
them all to the ood itisqns of
our visit Tueeday were
bA ther, Mera. William,
and John. They a& rport eps
and John elaoMs to have the bet
ft *ddiM not sme in tat

The Ocala same wtoand
on** remarks that e
seems to resolve Itsli
ons interest in ti.or e
State -dilnl-tiaton i must take John
Collin aper, the TallMhaee True
Demoera.-St. Augustine Record.

-Bit fromL
of State politics outside of Tallahassee
JoUrnai. There the ombt always
raees.g spell lbo
then we can feel but a languid interest.
-Live Oak Democrat.
Mr. W. H. Hopkins, of Bloxham, a
dMar pogbaM i Wa y
Snell 8& areas of what used to be the
Allen tract of land, near Silver Lake.
Mr. Hopkna ontemplates making of
this ptof land an extensive Elberta
p farm, and expect to demo -
strate that, with the same smoeatof
cae and attention, just as good pabhes
ca he rown hereabouts as in Central
or Sontd Georgia.
Another candidate has announced him.
set after governor of Florida, with the
proviso that he does not expect to make
Stour f Europe. Judge Horace C.
Gordon told a member of the Tamra
Tribune staff, Saturday night, that he
would enter the lists. The Tribune
p aks of him a an eminent j aurit

d iao mapnrement" pol, th per
does not say. Plenty of time fore
him, however, to state his platform.-
Times Union Short Talks.
Hon. Syd. L. Carte, of Gainville,
stopped over In our city today erate
home from Tallahasne, where he had
been representing a client before the
Supreme Court. While in our city CoL
Carter was the t of his cousin, Col.
Ira J. Carter. Col. L. Carter, is
A1INA III and ete .
date for Speaker, mitls2 he a emi.
nently qualied to f He is an old
freaof the editor of the Demberat'
and while nour ity made a pleasant
visit. -Lve Oak Demorat.
Malesete Livwe Lively.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup fives
permanent relief in cases of habitual
constipation, as it stimulates the liver
and restores the natural action of the
bowels without irritati th orans
like pills or ordinary
not nauseate or rjpe and is mild and
pleasant to take. remember the name
Orino and refuse substitutes. Sold by
all dealers.


That part of 8WV of a1/....................
lying south and et of the Tallahasee and
Mieamsukle public reed, .ontaini... ........
S ofasw of ........... ........ ... . 0s
ThasatP ri.a anof aBr.e theNeof 1
W of ad N o Nw of.... .
east corner of said se. and run
north 140 yd), thence west 14U yda,
thence south 140 yds, thence east
14 yda to the place of beginning)..
Nw% of ne%, nwt. n% of sw%........ I
'" ojf ne' uand neV& or ne%........ 10
E'K of xwk and se% of nw% .......... 12
NwV6 of nw% ........................ 12
W ofe ............................ 12
N w o ne ........................ 1
Tract. n% of se so% (0 a) and fraci.
and except the s% of ne% of se,.. 14
Part of T C lot No 5 0 P. described
to-wit: Boelnnlng at the orner
of sad lot I. run west y feet
thence north 1ftt. thence east 77
ft and thence south 70 ft to place
of be ag i ns ..........................
T C lot No. X 0 P...... .........
Part of T C lot Mo. 4. N W A, de-
scribed allows: Oa-..noan at
thee ooonW of said lot and run w
90 ft on OorXta t, thence n 174 ft.
thence amd theme 174 ft
to the place of begannlt5...........
Part of the w e Onw of T C lot
ielnn l at i aw smorr of mad
ot and rn met Tn -1 i
mehes, these seouih n aM
acmbe theme weat ft and
ehes. then"oe north eft aid
Te wh ~ or s' ae or t ,
f T C lot M. .t M
pIaIe IN De ed "o

Tes I Na t IN2,
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c at ma 14 ARAW les

and Flor Florida, are

big wage." 21-2t
BtesHm lea.tic.

ty wl be kpt o st eourt hose
in Tallahasee %. T yFriday and
in from th 9th
~ofli 18th day of
S8. P. CHmaus
Suervisor of Registration for Leon
County. 21.4t

Noel. tis busy gives that falorw wMud

.sm i-t feihfuswUMhMM to pSt

Owing to the fact that I have deft.
nltely declde eo Iicta %In Apal ehblea
August 1st, all work done during the
month of July will be on a strictly cash
basis. Respectfully,
rA. HAM, Dentist.

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W Mrs. Louis L. Moor smte
2D MUr Lout- R. Moor etate

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W. A.tihmre, Jr.....
120 William McCabe
estate. W. B. Tay-
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120 Wm. F. lartafeld.
40 Onanu Byrd .....
10 Chas. K. Buchanan
40 Wm. McCMab estate,
W. B. Tiytor excttr
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Jammie N. S. Alex-
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Mary Wrirht a %
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goods, laces and embroiderieatt

reduced prices.

Have just received a good i A oi

ink and pencil Tablets and other Stia

tionery, which we are selling cheap.




Now located next to Levy Bros. Big Store,
Monroe Street. ,,
Prepaired to do First Class Work at the Lowest Priem and
ries a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen and
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Cleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty. Cleaning
Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.
Will carry in stocx for small men, misfit clothing made by
chant Tailors.
Come and me me before purchasing and maye e sMM to '1
and get what you want.
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing grease, paint, I
,tir, etc., from all kind of wearing apparel without Injury. Prie
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A Cap of Whie Hes e e LS
SnMmea adm Java Cebe 1
is what goes stmraiht to the beaet
every man at breakfast time, ad
one knows that only good grocers
good cote.. We take seal
our brands, as they have do
stole famous. Just as good as
fee we sell are teas, which pri4
holds good throughout our tire =*
We sell nothing but the best of fo
products tho we have tested
40lveyh, and so can stand by them.
vOp"J. W. Com.sm, Grocw.


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Buggies made in Oeorgia. Buggies made in
lin a. Buggies made in Virginia Buggies made

North Caro-
in Ohio.

The Famous Fish Bros. Wagons made for fifty years at
Racine Wisconsin, every one warranted. Now in transit.

Harness of every description, from the plow to the four
mule team. Anything In leather needed on the farm.

Plain and fancy Buggy Coach and Carriage Harness,
Whips, Laprobes and Horse Blankets, Saddles, Riding Bridles
and Saddle Blankets

Turpentine and Mill Men will find what they want here.
The bst in Heavy Harness

AV South Adams Street Opposite Masonic Hall
Y t Telephone No 291

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