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wi pp b& -in b wmrt to obt ain AAd or Then tia trth came out Mrs. la
sedfsr IeSnt m it awloes-itoth ruht In a laot, tdserat appealS ed old uniform and was more becomingly tested, but that Its
Ien A bt C'--B--sh PreM.eat e.i.lt.to -. th da- attired in female togge told W ough anderstood.ItwM b. a
ieee "I -Buis, ersgp' J e os d h ~mhh WTheu sw story. 8he was still wa from h. stp forward if hei Ash a a be
l .bsd of brass are iSd VoS irm- bWar Dpt Mtsa rnlb eths ag overall. She tonfessed artiflcialy, as thia will prvat
_a-V -L-1 could not"be hIangedto satisfy sa iti=al tea President had per- mate xtiton as an & Z
father Then along comne usch uhs whim. powerftu OMeO 4fI of ea1,Pt -esion to acom- and preserve what Is now a great
ted it= afet y pOne. hairpn Prindent MeKinley aleO added their pany hbe;deerminei to go distry on the Soalth Atlanti noaest.
Onlya smallprop oIa Wbust without sueeess. To make as way. So she burrowed one of his
rslwo Ontye aes proportion of the things sure order shomM nt be vio- VSfers Is th mesatl N m e visited Mr. T. P. trieklsad meade Te. Te
ft.. s oneedm aoe oe ana tn = directedO th eptain iaf ten on the t ,r and at every Demor a very pleassat visit at
t o iskown. The sem Bowler into the of transport Dlx to k a L-Ir nspt hid awa ask water, can iday.
or 9 nd comeIs,@Uf t! rlookomti to amthat Mrs. edit salmon, hartack and other delicacies. We have seen a coy Of
dCiapcvrainHePdShe m@tS es.tu **
A- -mmor. All -ee Theeeand' e haawa shle
In "M bus isteuS .
? fc. ISm'i~tti~gaarg ^ '*^.t^^^*^ '0* B frh~eraoar ro ~raimatab.* K ff~tStTCT 'S^ BC. ^ lirjiKa 'u S .
The inammIW b s LIi Nwfinsr
?we PA:6 "':"The Broward
INoat.W W .s UsEIn the heren'.
Goad maW ake Loom
osag am of te ~bmee Lot Leon
"do" "40 Wake good reas I
I=IMX~d 4verodhIds lecture
0" way mw style at-
WA Go" hr eo eou
JAM Co em0o Ta. mnse sr,..
I mst dD eintluue40tpr nt ee
of fbee ot ditdpopers inthe oStat.-
A spe~1 61 trom Sa Like
0,1,S ITs"The Fderal gpond jury
ow "tirn at Ave truebill
--'' _& -, o i~mi m
govesmmt oeWl be idleted."
Saw rst deaths ainakahasll
have agoed as muek sincere sorrow a
dat t $ Wue A. Whitfeld. The
pro- etor The True Demoerat aspe
.taly heossed and revved him aseon
wheee steadfat frid was bhlibl
ve anAd whose example as a Chris
ti.es s man ad a good citisen wai
eseasesu y eminenAt. Peace to bli
Governors Bloxham and Fleming, the
enly two Hinvg exOwernors of the ol
hi. eand tried, are universal)
loV4t by Floridians, nd the mere men
ties of their names In connection with
affairs arts up an enthusiasm that
ip lo from one nd of this tate tc
the ether. Pity those who have fol-
lowed ainoe their days of active public
lfe di not command that same uni.
verbal love and respect.
The general verdict throughout the
State is that the Tampa far was a
soplete anadsurprising success, and
that its suoese was almost wholly due
to the Indomitable energy and extra-
eadlanry executive ability of Mr. Thos.
J. ad-Brown, the director-general.
In view of his remarkable talents, some
ae has made the excellent suggestion
that he should be euaaged to secure
and install a State exhibit at the
The beautiful deees which sprouted
In t dArsage board owner garden are
mew saOd to be viinog with the pinks in
Stha viayard, to get again into
tie and asem s of the people, the gan-
tie k ts no ie looks on and smiles, for
It day will omns; but the We sower
.-of tal me patet (a huge tumip)
thretes us all with pasangr bills at
Stha nat sesson "which will esuse
weagqI, walling and gnashing of
t ." The world moves on, however,
bs the eoing campaign a great
plaatloms will have to be
Durtig the campaign, while Governor
Fleeaigwas making his canvass of the
StBs th renpubblia platform of that
SW suggested ",ride in the past and
apl te he future" and the Governor
Shaifla4 i thmly i "They have so
SAIitSlto hbe proud of their past
u the have to be hopeful of their
o" Nor have some of our ofi.
eIs, of the present day, any more
am fer pride In the past, and about
S'- ab hope for the future. Florid-
NO an again having their eyes
sad we believe the fate holds
hop for "some of them," in
a ar futre as officials.
Yt was Thanksgivg, 'ti
generally aeed that almost all of us
have m h to hbe tankfal for, and that
ost a poasd this Thakavag
Lasss an thea tWn s Thaaglv er spt.
Lsao lt it t ad w"ith "ayeat
pa, rtam"es Thleakgiving, keep.
69g wishla ausuvs. always, to be
S aM0kt1 Sore 1healteis t ae have
W mbee b ateed as pau. dte k
t the e F of O ue
*W455 t o
Sn a nole.-nuarke seiegrapn.
So Him.. John S., Beard was not sc
s completely "put to rout" as the Gov-
ernor's henchman was wont to make us
Florldians believe, after alL But has
there over been any nplnastion as to
why Governor Broward was, all the
way through his sma apopeaking tour
of the State, so amazingly easy, silent
and considerate of the L. & N., while
he was so lavishly denouncing other
railroads, claiming they owned every
soul that differed with him, and his
wry own, sad abusing us newspaper
men as paid allies, subsidized hirelings,
ete., etc., etc., etc.
Among thoughtful men in all parts
of Forid Hon. S. J. Hilburn's contri-
I button to anti-drainage literature is
conceded to have been one of the most
telling arguments made for the defeat
of that Iniquitous measure. It awoke
hundreds of honest eitisens to the vital
Importance of its defeat.-Palatka
True to the fullest, and It isto such
men as Mr. Hilburn throughout the
State that we Floridians must look to
help overthrow the trickster, scheming
element that would rule uas with an
"Iron Rod," if a change is not brought
about. Our better public men must
com out In the open and lend a had
In clearing away the clouds and getting
rid of that element, which if not
checked, will keep a cloud over Florida
Public affairs and eventually bankrupt
us. Come out to the man, gentlemen,
and do your duty. Your country needs
ou. and there must be no fence riders
in the future.
Do not look anything but pleasant
when the tax collector coue around,
a the whole State will now have to payi
for the drainage of millions of acres o
land belonging to a few squanderng
corporations.-Polk County Record.
Do not borrow trouble until it is
thrust upon you I No Floridian need
fear "the collectors coming around"
after drainage rates, in our humble
opialo. We believe all that tommy-
rot sad foolish extravagant, with all
frills, deceptions, ete., will be set down
on so hard at the next ssson of the
Legislature that even Governor Brow-
ard will wish he had never done so.
The people of Florida have spoken to an-
mistaken language, and we believe even
now some people very clotyeconated
with those double-barrelled boards are
layng plans to hedge. We e pet sooe
to me more tha o of thanem getting
on the ph_ sentiment bead wages,
and we dmetand other mshbers
ave s the iaid
"ItIkstotIa up a tree,, mow
daye, aslf thasvmr ad thee of
d dsos aIwes Mad ashe-se who
i o obalm t the ~w -.
The editor ef the Br e s a sq
sasm the altae e ersef a "taxamLI
he had even aoolted t estatutebeol
he weold have lamed that teder th
ponvisi of Chapter MS (0. I L
the eolale of eab nillroad eorpoe
tio are required to maek aual re
tuas of eerporation property subje
to taxation, and If esuh rtamo e armas
made, or Incorrectly give thb val o
the property returned, it is the duty o
th Compteller (with the sealtme
and advice of the Tresure sad Atter
aey.Geoera) to sasees the true va"e
ton and apportion the sme among $hW
several cities and counties through a
within whicb the property Is talted
so that the local tax ehllecteri maR
sollet the tax imposed by law.
Heone It will be seen, as stated above
that If any railroad corporation h
practicallyy exempt, It is the.fault o
the Comptroller, primarily, In falit
to se that the listing sad valuation
of its property correctly get on to thO
tax books, or of that official In on
jumtiom with the others named&
SIt wa uoeraWlly esweeded. we .
S ." .. ...".. ... .
- ......... ..-.
tnsords, and to aik h
ltlf T Nl lwil
t able With V 6 bi
f =AiM take tW &ri'sdn
.a nd eempLeurvop wl
* solve tLe will foee -st at ree
*. the mosted quetiems as the feaeIlHt
a od m a of reetlaima that
ead9 and vale when drained.
r ttea get work oad may require
, several years for completion.
y A easal reading of the above ewou
leave te Inference that this survey is
, to be made at the instance of Governor
a Broward sand the trustee* of the Internal
f Improvement Pond; that they are en-
t titled to the credit of searing this
a much-needed survey by the general
a government and without expense to
. the people of Florida.
This is net true. The entire rdit
for this work is solely due t6 the efforts
Sof Hoo. Frank Clark, member of Con-
r grefssfrom this district When Gov-
I ernor Broward's proposed drainage
I amendment to the constitution of
Florida began to attract the attention
of the State, and the Governor had
I commenced his campaign for its adop-
tion by the people, Mr. Clark, believing
r that the State would not undertake
I this irreat and expensive work without
r first ascertaining these things, vis: The
practicability of drainage, the cost of
drainage and the probable value of the
" lands after drainage, and realizing that
these three things could only be ascer-
tained definitely and intelligently by a
complete and accurate survey, went in
1. person to see Mr. Wilson, Secretary of
Agriculture, and appealed to him to
have the survey made at the expense
of the Federal government, by the
corps of engineers in his department.
Secretary Wilson promised Mr. Clark,
both orally and by letter, to do this,
and it will be remembered that the
Secretary's letter to Mr. Clark was
published generally by the newspapers
of the State during-bhe campaign.
We are making this statement in the
interest of the truth of history. Mr.
Clark is entitled to sole credit for this
proposed survey, which was the only
sensible thing to do before agitating
the question of drainage at all. -Gaines-
It Is a mistake, always, to discontin-
ue, or hold up for a time, in advertis-
ing your business. Now days, when
competition is surely the life of trade,
continued and persistent publicity is
the wedge that splits into and secures
to a judicious advertiser his share of
patronage. If you wish people to keep
your name and business in mind that
you benefit by it, you must Invite it
through your home local newspaper, and
The True Democrat covers this field
thoroughly. You cannot afford to not
advertise, and you make a mistake if
you do not renew and keep an adver-
tisement in its columns regularly.
That I all right about anybody being
privileged to attend any meeting of the
Board of Drainage Commissioners,
which is also double-barreled with the
Board of Internal Improvement; but
has any citizen of Florida seen any-
thing of itemised statements of ex-
penditure, or any other data, in con-
nection with the working of these
esars? Do very many Floridians know
what these dredges, etc., etc., ate,.
etc., have cot up to date? Is there
a single Floridian who could hope, by
sitting Into attendae at 'some meeting
they might learn was gotiog to be heald,
to gather any itfematlon from such
atemdi *? Let thea members of these
double boards give the people facts sad
Tgunes, and maybe, then, they weld
teal some better withtn theaslves;
meet surely our people oul them feel
mre cheerful toward their! Past
ad fgurem are what is wanted, aad
mtl they ar give full and toe th
emMt, the prety Nt side plays to
svae ~ t myp e, ase., osMt for
m*aught. 1h grst L ak e said
-uthd about "bdeng ta pesple"
The adort to matsmais a wet
.wm*y was pdR m Gwo
ak 9mt dsB^^-- W --- a-ls-W-oi d W'^l
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8uwknne.................. u s 4
Ma ------------------- 1u 4
St. oh's.................. W81 4B8
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Wt.kull................. 06 fi
Tow ...---- -------............. W 4
VOISton ......... ......... 19 8
Wakul----- ------- 40 159
Walton --------------iM $11111
Washington----------.......-... 280 44
Total vote.........-------..8,787 14,71
Majority against..... 6,04
Bloxham is a name n Florida which
inspires enthusiasm when mentioned.
Twice elected Governor, he is now again
suigrested for that position. Whether
or not he would be a candidate for a
third term It must be very pleasing to
him to have such manifestation of es-
teem and confidence expressed. Though
aged and infirm, he is undoubtedly he
most popular citizen to-day in the State,
and were he to say the word his calling
and election would be certain and sure.
The above all goes without any gain-
saying, except that you are "away off
yonder," as to our popular and greatly-
loved Bloxhar being so "very agedand
infirm," he is hale and hearty now,
"I thank you," and cupid has Itall-ago
that he will soon marry "one of Talla-
hasse's very nicest young women."
If this rumor were not out so generally,
we would not mention it here, and will
simply add by way of remark that
Blexham- Florida's Bloxham would
undoubtedly make us one of the beet
Governor Florida ever had-even for a
Third Time I We are in a position to
know that Governor Bloxham appreei-
ates in the highest degree the nice
things said or him by the press and
other friends, especially as he has re-
tired entirely from active political life.
vla"e Salb i.
Upright; used litt; erow llent condl.
tion; bargain. T o responsible
arty. R. S., this o oe.
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A Good Lay at UMSe
Mrs. M. J. Ba.riton did at her
home Supday, 2otember 6th, 16S,
aged 86 yam. She Jad bwo a rgi,
dent of Tallahba for umanyears,
and was freAt esteemed fot many
'excelleae of character. WrlIn lie
she became a U of t S W thodt
church, aWd dU I I-Mt *b 4f 4 Was a
consitt enit 5 After a tofill-
ne" she baa ee, ad rhats
"Bl dar the dad who die In the
r4 thU r It erm their labors and
their wora follow them. '
The funeral took place at her resi-
dence Tuesday mornf 10 o'clock, the
Rev. W. M. Poage officiating. The
llbearer were: H. Myer F. T.
yer, J. W. Collins,. J. W. Colas. J.
A. Demilly, H. C. Cawford, L. C.
Yaegerand W. 8: Quarterman.
Bully for Teddie Roosevelt, President
of the United Statesof Americs, for he
has broken an old-time custom that
prevented a President of these United
States from stepping from American
sell-no matter how important it was
for him to look after ublc business.
He went, be sm, and now perha
knows what's best to be do with
that canas l diggt O." The Te oDem-
osrat has always differed with Mr.
Roosevelt I some things, but we have
always admired his pla k and rit.
AW NW46066 JimC~~L C
- 4~,-~- .' *4.
asda w a es
dn ,Lftit~t ar i w
*imfr ttd A of a te dw as Te
eabe sand when the ueviment oee
feree were snptoes vn tobe at tiO
them ap red s a ton el
Ithe oa pe put ok t.di e
nresuwsappelling. -i aene A-
deep, swit running river late which
the whole estia du rode at fll Us .
Men aid horsee rashedever the
vertical bank in a living torent Of
more than ninety d rmgons barely forty
reached the opposite alive.
One o suner morning in bJu 190
them ore io one vkillatt g of aorge
was startledut a thige ect descend-
ing appatrent from the skies with a
terrific thont the center of th1 main
street A moment after, witta thriek-
ng ad o ca another of theme
alann~ i eltau whigh struck the
churchI i roofkockng hole in it.
The tr ed inhai rtnts fely for their
Ivres, ed e by shell after shell.
Many e were struck, but by a
miracle no one was killed. Afterward
it turned out that this perilous bow-
the ardmeut was the result of a trial of
some new iong-range guns at the
Savatan forte. The officer in charge
had apparently nefrom taken the trouble
to ire the range of the new weapons
and hadbeen A ring with a reckless dis-
the train ship Cornwall, lying off
Purfiget, were suddenly struck down by
tpho feer. knd a a inquiry ed that
he outbreak was the result f their
sleeping between fever-nflected blan-
kets brought from South Afaca. In
fiat contravention of army lations,
no fewer than 900,000 blaets re-
two dealers at the Cape at Scents eah
back to London those thatwea tsat te
benAg rdiscrimInately mixed with those
free from suspicion. Carelessness of
this sort is in very truth a crime of the
deepest dye.--Grand Magasine.
The on ri evised Stat te.
Editor True Demnocrat-My attention
has been calledia to the fest that the
Gyvenor's proclamation on the General
Stthe utes of Florida bears date of Nov.
1st, which will make the new book ef-
fectual December 1st. In view of the
fact that the book has not yet been
thoroughly distributed over the Statea
I think it might be of interest to the
profession sah those who may have oc-
casion to use the book to give informa-
tion which will enable them to more
readily familiarie themselves with the
In fAe first place the general plan of
thebookis the same as that of the
Revised Statutes of 1892, which it su-
perseodes. e Per,thq tonveaniece of the
balr of the State In anipartg the work
and making references the Revision
Commissioners adopted the plan of fol-
lowing each section with the number of
the same matter in the Revised Stat-
ute. For example following the fig-
le 0 which indicate that section of
t rgh Statutes r in parent
I bgif s1 This tdi-
ranyoe tonMte n
ieler with the Gewl s a
the oldstae tt a e lea e
st orOW m fss O ea a
irle tim tltstihe u ob State w ad
ateae the bond omtes (th o. f the
t who woteh ea work in two vol-
tath 0`he 0Seh b ee
those stu e aw aouse Teh- bo
sa be th i ad o an pp.ait ofdthe
etohiho te nlaesto a nd State f the
forthbound volumes. (. o a t
and dx bn the .n part. TheaN
ceaa bo bound parately, makw the
oost of the book only bot one
mire than the prio the State will got
for the bound vosmes (W5.00.)
As to book contains all the laws of
Frid down to date, with pous an-
notations of the Supreme Court's con
strutlon of the same, it ought to bein
the hands of every man in the State
that he might become acquainted with
the statuelaw of his State. The books
can be had of Hon. H. Clay Crawford,
Secretary of State., Tallahasse, at
$8.50 for the unbound and $5.00 for the
J. C. B. KOONCE,
Member of Revision Commission.
Lanark on the Gutlf of exio.
Unexcelled hunting boating and fish-
ing. Oyster beds within easy access.
An ideal place to spend part of the
winter months. Lanark Inn, under its
new management-Homelike, best ser-
vide, modern in every respect, offers
special inducements to hunting and
flshingparties. Reached* by the Geor-
ia, Florida and Alabama Railway.
inter tourist rates now in effect.
For hotel rates, etc., write Lanark Inn,
Lanark, Fla. For schedule,. etc., see
your nearest ticket agent, or write
J. H. McWILUA s G. P. A
"Jest Cmeo With No."
An advertising solicitor was turned
down yesterdayeby a man who said he
did not need to advertise. "Why," he
declared, "everybody in town knows
me and all about mybusines." "Do
you think so?" replied the solicitor.
oJust you come with me." The sollc-
Itor took him a block away from his
place of business on the next street,
and the two stood together. The solic-
tor hailed seventeen men who were
passingand asked them if they knew
who the merchant was. Only one of
them did. They then sauntered around
to the postobce together, and the so-
lieitor asked twenty-seven men they
met if they had ever heard of the pop
ular sad well known merchant. Three
of them had heard of him, but not one
remembered what business he was in.
We Chairitable e
to your horses as well as to yourself.
You need not suffer from pains of any
ort-your horses need not suffer.
Try a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment. It cures all pains. J. M. Ro-
berts, Bakersfield Mo., writes: "I
have used your Liniment for ten years
and find it to be the best I have ever
used for man or beast. All druggists.
Mr. J. B. McDaniel with the Talla-
hassee" Grocery Co., lallahaasee, was in
town Wednesday.-Carrabelle Adver-
He is a wise man that can avoid evil;
he is a tient man that can endure it;
but he a valiant man that conquer it.
Hon. W. M. Girardeau, of Jefferson
Senator-elect, was among his Tallahas-
see friends Monday, and made usa
Ciriuft Court has been in session this
week and many of Leon's substantial
.laamera, ftom variouS parts, were in
attendance. Let this go as personal
mention for all, for it would nearly fill
the paper to make personal mention of
Mr. CHuton Dawklns, while pickln
least Saturday morning, lost hIS
and fell from the tree, break-
A well seeaced
stock of records
always on hand
I have in connection with my Fairniture Department, a sam-m
where I can take care of any repair work brought in.
I buy, sell or exchange anything of value and can save you ion~g on
Call and see.
I--- 5'''.' .
The Best Styles
Long Silk Gloves, and Kid
Gloves, Dainty Collars
CORSETS and HOSIERY.
The Newest Material
in Fancy Work. .
Saxony and Shetland
Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
will embody the beet features which
characterized the New York publica-
tion and several others which will con-
stitute a distinct improvement.
That they will always be vital, inter.
testing and timely is known of all men
who are familiar with Mr. Watson's
"THm us OF ANDRW JACKSON,"
which began n Watson's Magasine,
will be recommended and continued in
Watson's JFrralONlAN. It is one of
the s rMwst and mos importest of Mr.
Watson's contributions to historical lit-
erature. Every young man and young
woman should read it.
Will N. Harben's new story will be-
gin as a serial in the first issue. Read
ers of "Pole Barker" and other of Mr.
Harben's works know what a treat is in
store for them in this new story, which
the critics pronounce his strongest,
most realistic and thrilling novel.
This department alone is worth far
more than the subscription price to
every home in which there are school
children. All are cordially invited to
a"k Mr. Watson any and all quetios
pertaining to their school. Society, Club
debates, etc., which will be answered
in this department. By placing this
Magazine in the hands of your boys and
girls you add to the joys of their school
and college life- tothe pleasure of their
young man and young womanhood. The
Investment in small, but consider the
untold dividends which are sure to come
in the end.
Other departments will be a monthly
review of the Progres of the World--a
clear and dispassionate survey of the
leading events in the United States and
Europe; a calendar of the current events
of the world from day to day. in brief
paraa ; crisp, nappy reviews of
te book that are worth while; ex-
tracts from the editorial opinions*of the
lea editors of the country, and a
rmet of "Letters from the Peo-
," Giving the very heart-throbs of
In action to all this there will be
various lterary feature which will
place WAT$ON'S Jin ow MAi-
sine fully abrent of the i 1 ma11-
sines of the eoUatry.
The January luer will eaear
aenmt the aidM of Dewib* aiLla
sale at le t-"es. ci will
e True Demorat sad Waton's ator
Iaq p yW r, HI S ma M-* M
w You wc*, 4d
for YmurREM ESTATE
No Matter What Your Property is Wwth.W hft
cart~ State or -NIV",tory It Is
t e emty 1
It v smstOS, iSS I an w.It MOW
DAVID P. T~ pll, b 4N
415 MM Oe, CH Am,
TIf TCwa j, a.lao
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fillu* ek n m, ayw for my prorty. w
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In answeringthis e, mn
An ounce of Pre-
vention is worlh a
pound of Curem
'^-1~* *^^^^B af B^ ^^^
sto worth more to ones health than a other medicine knonw
Do not fll your ato h with argeo la al- o d
diblittebs the ms.symp I lt
obliterate. 1rey pge nai nn
lzjarious, la a havmles purgative.
CUTRPC CONST NATION CHILLS AND
VCUKR FEVER. DYSPPSIA, MALA
RIA AND ALL UVER COMPLAINTS.
Does More Than We Claim. .
Don C. Morrison, Kitosmeeo, Ba. wria "
ed several bottle of bne my fao hd.
several of m friends to. same4 We
aWiMl e for th I everd ausd 09
CraIt some thas*
lard SnoIw Unlment Cm
* fhq tiftt-t~at .il Hc*
. '., f4
>." 4 1. 1
- A lLMkn '~f
,,+i ,Adlam t hemwill
oaf oth Ca.
t-I ntr offAt& lanhftd sdmo
t o $m.) soaradee o pit. .m
dy so eWs, I, p toIWt
^c^^^^^^^^^^ll~^^ In,~j or^BlU &W r QW6
the ladles of St. A nes Guild
e the entertainment of the
for the beneMt of any of their
I a wry ativiUas, there cer-
h Sia'aomeli doingg" and they
St ow mning of the
'* ." On of other latest
waa the Bab Show,
S parlo of the Lonon
.....f a ....., t lim w ek, after
I to nMes and It is not at all
m to ldtbAt It was a brilliant
and corridors and porches
i4tiwere crowded with an a-
l-Bloi obl8$", mat of them
wBat It was 11 about, and
etnm thr very bet behavior.
Sdered, ala In number,
iia nd l ebo
= Ad;iinld set wig
ef *- 9ars 7 fine
Seirl and boy
of the entries
ee- w w e awd but
m m m m Wpop. mp ns O fI mull
o D v par wa rendered with
e $dash, the songs were unusually
Thaod&W" lauffd Iood naturedly
r"je Uthat bore the earmarks of
11m-edism, yet were worth re-
ei-onsisted of an olio of thor-
hactleve set in whlebhDa Holt,
San eperottoon S som,' Jobs
Oam, an expert on the bones, and the
Oreat latana, a wonderful contortion-
st, were featured. These artists de-
mrved the hearty applause given their
SFrak Ttaney, "Paderewskl's only
rival," ftroduced the lovers of mlb.
strey to a series of absurdities on the
ano, and scream of delight greeted
bb petInmame to mtertn .
T *ooAtma were eoleant and the
seenic and orchestral ffeeto in accord
with the dwm of this eain entertain-
ment -Greenville (8. C.) Daly News.
At the Muuro Opera House Decem-
ber 6th. --
Alwaes Was ciL
When a man ays h always was
sick-troubled with a cough that lasted
all1 winter-what would you think if be
should say--he never was since using
Bollard's Horehound Syrup. Such a
Mr. J. C. Cirk, Denver, Colorado.
wAlte: fr yearm I was troubled
with a severe o that would Ist all
um 9 m not had a sick
dm y *, 'as what it didfor me."
The Ant attraston of the Taahasee
Couma will be a Duble Star
Att, th SmensoGiles' Con-
Sirt e, onn ext Friday evening,
) eeeat.b This mem y hab met
with a bIlet t wherever they
eat d M artist performance
am ftaofat roeetals ever on the
A.astago. F Mlie. da Semens
io one of the most aseomplisbod artiste
of hr day, ad this togter wh thP
ei Ome ngt of Misa lee,
aoth memCr of the CMert Com-
win bo the measn of affording
a musical treat.
The Kine's Daahte wil open thU
W o I' Ch Tuday Deo
e 4, at a. m. here
will b a b ale tht day, and on
Monday, tbew of D wmber, from S
to 4 p. m.. tha eza m e committee
will be at tMe eashange room, at Miss
Girard's. and win be glad to bave all
who wish to bee-mi mmatbersa come
and give their -amis.
Popular Max Krau s again among
his friends here today.
Bubeaenbe for The Tree Democrat.
iet all ettente amd dit 5S ol ti od
Arm. Th'iM- iI falr sdt i. ll e.
mA tabykW. DUVAL.
-t u_ L.. C.CIL.
A wh tL and black spotted setter
(malo) puppy, about seven months old.
He had on a collar and was last seen
Sunday morning. The finder will be
rewarded by returning him to
886-mo J4rrasoN B. BROWNe.
. Our aor ezovernor and con-
ras, W. D. Bl oham, tendered an In-
vtatlo to the am to hold this first
qhaseroy meeting, Wednsday, Janu-
y it hio rs dence in this city.
Come one, ome all
In view of the fact that weave a
treasurer, andm no treasury, and that a
small fund Is indtispenable for the pur-
chase of stationery, stamps, etc and
that we my make a creditable show-
Ing at Statea and general encampments,
and for unforasen AmergencielsIt was
resolved that an assessment of events
per capital par month be levied, said
assessment to be paid at regular mt-
ing in January andi at each suoceedllg
a moebt The m mes
iestnea entreated to obarv, this
hlau of the resolutions, as a fund is
It being reolvl that a ommiltt
be appointed to draft resolution com-
memorative of the services and virtues
of our late lamented comrade and com-
mander, the Hon. R. A. Whitfl~d, the
following were appointed: Hon. W.
D. Bloxham, R. B. German, J. P. Rob-
erts, D. Wiggof and George Greenhow.
Resolved, That these proceedings be
filed withth te recos of the camp and
that the same be published in the Tal-
lahsee True Demniocrat.
There eing no further business the
camp adjourned to meet again at 11
o'clock In the morning of Wednesday
January 2, 1907 at the residence of
Comrade W. D. Biloxham.
J. D. CAY, Secretary.
T-L baW C mM- ..Net Sabath.
The installation of the Pastor elect,
Rev. Wi. H. Zeiller will take place
under the direction of the commission
appointed by the Presbytery of Florida.
The commssion Is composed of the
following: Rev. John Stanley Thomas,
of DeIuniak Spring, Fla.; Rev. Clyde
Johnson of Marianna Fla., and Elder
Arthur Williams, of this city.
The services at the Presbyterian
church during the day will be as fol-
Sabbath School at 9:46 a. m., morn-
ing service at 11 o'clock. Sermon by
Rev. John Stanley Thomas. Evening
service at 7 o'clock. Charge to the
Pastor by Rev. John Stanley Thomas.
Charge to the people-Rev. Clyde
fhe public in cordially invited to these
.. 00 ~
M. Walker, Leon Ceey and
ad frid were in large at-
Mr. Fred A. Hard-, of this city was
amne his old friode and home folks
at Madison lat Sunday.
The honored name of W. D. Bloxham
is being mentioned in certain quarter
is a poaible g ubeatlonal -"n4t to
1906.-Madison New Enterprise.
Hon. Hugh A. Black has been spend-
in thbis week among his Tallabhaise
Dr. Armst0, eye spelalist,
will be at the ludxham hotel, in pe.
smo, Docemberarand 14. -2t
After today .11 freight and shipping
business for the Tallahaoe Southeaot-
em Railway will be transacted through
the Seaboard agent in this city.
Mr. George Sauls, from Wyoming
county, West Virginia, is horei on a
visit to his relatives, and incidentally
prospecting with a view to0settlement
in our comlmni.
Desirable fuuhfse om, with or
without board, a~~at M Gree-
how's, on North 6onroe stre t. 6-tf
Tallahassee Loda No. 987, Benevo-
knt Protective Orior of Elks, will hold
memorial services in their LodAge room
on next Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock,
and a cordial welcome is extended to
all who desire to attend. The services
will be conducted by the oEsos of the
Lod#e, and address will be delivered
by on. VH. H.llS. This is in com.
formity to an annual custom of the
Elks, and the resribed service is
beautiful and imoresivo. Let us lay
aside all other matters for this hour
and assist in paying a tribute to the
memory of the departed, and at the
same time receive a lesson that will be
of benefit to the living.
A merry party of college girls and
young men of the town spent a delight-
I ful Thanksgiving afternoon. In two
.. ... wagonettes the crowd drove out to
In the Panacea hotel notice the days Lae Hall and back, and enjoyed some
to meet the train at Sopchoppy twice a good rowing on the lake, while out
week should read Tuesdays and Satur- there. Although the time of the girls
days, instead of Thursday. Carriages; was limited, evvry moment was spent
can be secured any day at Sopchoppy to good advantage, and every one was
to convey passengers to the springs. unusually pleased with the occasion.
Subscribe to The True Democrat. Mention The True Democrat.
acid, whisk is intensifid and 4ade more
potent by the addilon of a handful of
tisfly "d crab applesthrown
KMi Pat Manning is visiting Mrs. T.
Mr. Mills, of Live Oak, wa abo on a
visit at the hom of Mr. Cromarte
The Leon hotel gave a espo and
ball last igt as an e for
the winter eason. a
pctal Tamnkll dr was served;
tle men waa d ae aseeat. la
the eveolg wa the r OWto and
daane atwis theW W
large, veryar am T lah-e'a
dancers preset, Uk a great
many visitors. The hotel orehasa
from Atlanta, which has been engaged
for the meaon, furnished the nub.
Delightful punch was on tap aO day
and waiters were kept busy swppyig
the demand. Everything wa don up
in shiphape tylas be Manager
Hutchinon and hb= associates.
Don't stop here. Come on down
where you oan get something for noth-
ing. I10 000 th of Dry Goods
Shoes, d Crock Suits ok
Clothes. Ovr ts, Ladies akets and
Skirts, Overalls Shirts, tacks of
other things noumr too mention.
Slightlydam by and going at
89-2t HI tower' Ol Stand.
Ot You Must, See
Our magnificent stock of Silks, Brilliantines, Broadcloths, Repellants, Serges, Woolen Plaids, Percales,
SGinghams and Outings to fully appreciate the extraordinary values we offer in
Our Dress Goods Department.
Ladies, Misses and Children's Cloaks and Jackets s
to meet your personal requirements. Correct styles. Sterling qualities. Popular Prices.
Latest Novelties in Ladies' Silk Belts.
t ._ Ladies' 25 and 50c Collars for 10 and 25c
.? New Creations in Ladies' Shirt Watda..
SThe Americhn rl Skirt IS PROVING A WINNER. THERE IS A REASON. IT IS A .
T hi e Amicn 6d r1 ,PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU THESE BEAUTIFUL GARMENTS.
Our line of Blankets and Comforts insure Wfarmth, likewise Economy.
j WE BUY FOR CASH. WE SELL FOR CASH. -
'The Economies of this system enable us to amsure to our patrons the Best Values and the Lowest Price.
AL FORDI'.S ,114
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ftjn ou P40
f to WO Wm w1 a dollarr saod pronies to
ry;Rbemk b- eato os s l#W"" y 4
Sknow bow mAh money you can save i five years by taking eare
S-detspoet tIna a sav-e beak.
per et test on all of ne Dollar and upwards. Interest period are
Im- table showing bow saving will accumulate in fve years, competed on a b -
dib ia the year., at 8 paper eo feIrest.
Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total an't
10 perday for yers-----------........-....... $166.50..... .............---11.14.................... $1-7.64
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per ............,.... .
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pe1 SS ,666 .0 ---- ----111.40------------. 1,676.40
per -----------------5................. .. l. 70............. .....
100I pery r--..........-.......1,566.00 .................. 111.40................... 1,676.40
e*spitol stek of the saving bank b I0,000.00 with individual deposits amountinh to
Your budnems wth Immsll be held strlett 4mofidential.
Call and get one of thee little banks while the supply lasts.
Ir -llr r
STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.
G. E. LEES, %iw.Prd-i--ta
B. C. WHITrIELD, C
Notice of Incorporation.
Tbm un-rdi- hm.y irv M tht an t-
o.o- soB thmwatr P a ttb,.
ther wuml assps to theMe b ma t. B.e h.os.
Msd tole easd to d a nMdins MU t
mue at thef efte rt shad Ie "&
Feleda. at sthe mueh ot" pmAe d t~Umiie -
vqultd by law for te of t
CHARTER OF YAOGER A BETHEL HARD.
Tb. uiideMed hrbyi sse to beme -
at*d together. mad de aeiui Ilwl
I~ ad erpontow' a h* "we
sted. The foewlag tel of Nttrpoot
shall eosttut ead bOome Its char upona iem-
anes of letter. patent secordig to law
The nameo the orpation shall be Mr
etablae at much other places as may be -.
elected by the Board of Directors.
The enmral nature ed the uine to be trans-
BUGGIES $35.00 ad up I l-d n aUt. ngareof
all kade mad dellin k b,,, A.* e. rtIi. im-
-7 ~~~~~~A t.ItU f a .. pr and enerlly dl in mill. plumbes'. miners.
W AGONS $30.00 and up bcknithd'. starn ftt' and flutt,' ip.
plies; to buy. sell export. import., nd eIrty
Aln-so DB .I., Sa.n a Tlel deal in tools, cutle ry, saddler' oods. iron and
Altso Drick, Stone and Tile .stM.l, runsaM dsportiven ods4ofallkinadensad. d
scriptlon; to carry on the business of plumbing.
for B.ildi .. and Paving. tinningand mehanical enginesrln. In all its V-
SDUlII a U aVIHg. rious branches; to purchase. use,. sell and
jmattatm real ad vernal proerty-; to leaa
S1 v money a to borow moF; Ivlin Its bonds.
PHONE 15. P. 0. Box 338. no or other security theory; and to have and
Sto enjoy all the rights. privileges and pewenrs nc-
Tallahassee, Fla. : ary to the management and operation o *( id
Tallahassft, Flao lf<-tn busineii.
Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTCHED
At the Mill.
I AM THE
I build them under a
Guarantee, have built
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. O. Box 4,
w, CUCU COURT. OTAT OF o RLODA.
im. J bi a aW
mte I 0 ft -- w iak OW ts-
demes SeL W. aue, hMs wife. sh.
j le *3 sok t to .b ***t*h. -
btM it r tho V? red that oi
7...hq am he wrebyvsqu wi
The amount of the capital stock of this corporal
tion ,hall be twenty-five thoand dollars, divide
into two hundred and fifty share of the par value
of one hundred dollars oack; said capital stock
shall be paid for in lawful mosay of the United
State, or in property, labor or I- rvic at a Just
valuation, to be fixed by the corporator*. or by the
directors at a meeting called for such purpose.
This corporation shall exist for the period of
1inet.y-nine y arm. unless sooner dissolved accord.
ilKL t law.
The business, of this corporation hall be con.
dueted by a board of not less than three nor ore
than five directors. The Board of Dlretors hall
Select from thans lve a Prstdent. a First Vie-
Presiddent. a Second Vie-PresiMlent, a Secretary
and a Tromrw. SM Bi d
this rotporation. Annual meting of the stok-
holders shall be held at the prinelpal ofnes of the
corporation on the first Monday n each year. at
10 o'elek a. M. P r a mar s themm r -d p*a Ua-
a, at which the Board of Diretors shall e hoen
Stw tb ers. T fer to bchesen by
he anl il e--W$t
*( theetMe e Uatil the Dowd of Director
"i. Uhav e F nil ftehe t ohe wHld
Orw. t ithe :Am ta iYmovnt. M be e-
a1 ssV M .. t; Ane Bethel e..e.
ih Pat. aYd waery L. Laethet. bear.
ThA hlaaest aaMsat of Indaledneas or liabllt
this uaurmpmtsn -e as a*y time eabiet It=
le twety-Ave thouatad dollars.
The nams and r'd 4 of the subscribers to
these M articesa Of marprwatton. gather with the
ousA ta of eapls uaherb irby ebysashl aman s fal-
Namesa. Resdenc. No. share
1~aQC. TeaserN... Tallahssss. lra.. 1W
LOtie .. Yado d I
Henry L1= -m do ,
In witness whewrf we hav herunto ur
ame sthis. the 1ith day of Nuvenbsr. A. IN K.
L4ntt C. Y AWOUR
HUNRT L BnTNRL
LOMiK MN. 1YAUG9.
ANNIK 3. 33&IIZL
9W Csflt" ftar yon -ab PWmkg.
THE NW YORK WOULD
The Thrice-a-Week Word, now that
ahadowd, hopes to be abwt"0 r
than it has ever been before, and
made its arrangemesnts a edt.
Its ews service covers the entla.
promptly and ra tl. It Is the Jy
news not as dally which is as ,oods as a
daily andwc wNIl keep you a" m-
p l form of what t bappeshtg
Priougbout the world.
The Thrice-a-Week World Is fair to
its poIticsl e por. You cam et the
tf from Ita nmuM, whetr yo
are Republican or Democrat, a te
is what yo want.
A 8 il feature of the Thrticea-
WeekWorld mha been it s erial action.
It published novels bb tb beat authors
In *he world, novels w lch In book form
sell for $1.0 apiece, and ts hbih stand-
ard in this respect will be maintained
in the future as in the past.
The THRICE-A-WIEK WORLD'S
r'igdr subsrlpti ie Is ealy r
year, and thisD ay S U papr w. e
offer this unequalled newspaper and the
True Democrat together for one yeaJ
The regular subscription price of the
two papers is 12.
B. C. WILLIAMS.
CHAIRES8.R - FLORIDA.
Edwards. Son & Co..
Stalls Nos. 5 and 8.
PHONE NO. 169.
Keep in stock at all times,
all kinds of Fresh Meats,
Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.
If you wish the very best
and cleanest the market af-
fords call us by 'phone 169,
our stalls in the
-Subscri0e Tf*the m
P. T. 'THOS
Jewebw andcs mW"% Wdb, i"
~a COMf DOWN&
and take a look at o.r -
you will readily se the av t
hiring team thow as. It *owinm
accustomed to much drivbvin, Ia,-
our prices wall fte
small. Do no harm to ask "th i
CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STAB
J. P. s. HouTmon, Prop. '+
Phones 79 and M.
Stoves, Tinware, Wagoan
Carriages, Plumbing \
builders and Maim supplies and Sporting Goods.
IT WILL TAKE BUT A MINUTE
to write fur our literature, yet that minute may decide Yew Putre.
YOUmm, MUn| YOn Wnm0n8t We make a SPECIALTY of
YoUUW glni lUUng vUinIll qualln you for oialnionM of
sad rponaibllity, as BOOKKEEPERS. OTENOGRAPRS. Etc .-
Remem*br that every da lst in starting outs off a day's salary In the &
Decide to enter NOW-TODAY. Addrss
THE OBM BUSINESS COLLQE, Tlhbmm e- ,
C. B. SAULS,
P. O. BOX 210,
J. M. 5"0"
General Builders and Contracto
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.
Contracts for work in the coum
solicited and satisfaction in all i1
Our hrtc W"'t Mike Your Momy
TULLY YA[6ER CO.
Live and Rolling
DANGEROUSLY NEAR THE COST
* , j4l
'W .-I F,--
Or ALMOITRVRIY -sCe)Jt
a Ware In Water Set, Punch Bow bis
Beautiful Manicure and Toilet Sets. M i.r
tveryting o T ne Bst for the lnolmm K y, cLa \1 ".I
AOODS THAT ARE CONVINCING. PR.C'S A RIGHT.
p of Solicitous Clerks to Wait Upon You and Attend YV Every N
," i . ...
Log& NTU @1 13T5335
As god a Froen po small cans
le, liular ase o 290c. T. H.
RaendoI h Son. 39
Hoe, John W. Henderson has re-
orne rog a buamtess trip to New
Messrs. Charles and Paul Nieholson
spent DSuny "w their home i .
Have oa tried thoa fine -bons at
MW a AO Id sMaa go t for
4106 FT. H. Z ih bWMU 3
Mr. M. J. Duke, of Quincy, was a
visrt this wqk.
Csal and s. o fu h stock of Pure
Candles. T. B. BU& Co. U
Mr. '0.A E t /,of Madion, was in
the city Saturday.
Belea. eor Brand,
S. eia15. T. H. Ran.
Mr. A. L. Wilson came over froyi
Unheawd of saerf on s light
home in Amsterdam, Ga.
"Hann" a e"Qmn Quality"
Shoes are a speel nt Bu oa l,.
who are the ea lv genta fr ea-
Mr. C. R. Vitmer returned Fridday
from a bustnes trip nla the North and
left Sunday for Ortando on bualness.
He was seccompanied by his wife, who
will spend the winter at that plaes.
Mr J. L Thomas, of Woodville
neighborhood, was in again Monday
and made this office pleasant visit, as
is his usual custom when he "comes to
The Jasper Banner, of Liberty, says:
"Tews *e ms Mat*bude ts; tek
Rople to build a town, and enterpris-
06 Vhiae- men at thae"
A Co. from fifteen to dollars.
No man exposed to the can af-
ftord to be *hbot one. .
Mr. R. E. Williams, of Pensacola,
here permanently. For the time being
his office will be in the First National
Great fire sale. Goods/ y dam-
aged by the lta. All kildo b inW.
T-allahassee Moeantile Hitow-
or' Old Stand. 9-2
,W. H. Ford, one of Leon's thriftiest
colored farmers, has been selling for
several days some extra fine bronze
turkeys on dur market. He was in our
office and had bis name enrolled on our
daily growing subecriptlon list.
We don't claim to h e th e t, but
Just as good as the bt. ur canned
fruit, vegetables, etc. T Randolph
& Son. V
Mr. D. R. Uwing, of Philadelphia,
arrived In the eity Sunday, and the first
of their month will assume charge as
Superintendent of the Gas and Water
Works Plants, owing tothe resignation
of Superintendent W. Fuegar.
Don't carpet the oorn Use rugs
and Ja-a-la, the oalyjor stain on
the market that glvely isfaction. L.
C. Yaeger, the hardlB man. 88
lor and others, and enjoy h pleasures
Capt. Ben. E. Russell is now a full-
Ja Pe fr the
M dal 1V, Is.,e aet ee d
the office at the solicitation of tihe
members of the Bainbridge bar. Here's
to Judge Russell.-Apalahlcola Times.
Capt. Ben has always been good any-
where, public, he has been put, and we
join you in well wishes.
Hon. Jeffersm B. Browne, the affa-
ble Chairman of the Railroad Commis-
silon and one of the able Judges of the
Committee on Awards at the Florida
State Fair, entertained a small select
party of lady and gentleman friends
Friday evening at the Gran Oriente
restaurant with a supper, which, accord-
ing to Mine Host Garcia, was one of
the nicest and most sumptuous which
has taken place at the famous Orient in
some time.-Tampa Tribune, 26th.
Sunday, betwe the A.. E. church
and Mrs. B. A. Meg Lni' home,
double-faced gold wat, with chain
attached; set on tos e of case with
turquoise. Find I receive a lib-
eral reward by Ing the same to
Mrs. Tillie Smith t Mrs. B. A. Me-
IeSlsd ms oft V O^W&
and Mrs. David s ia e ea
" t& 'tis weeka Mra
GilIk&iyle'r of New York, who
just opted a viit to P
Schuyler rector of Searadale, (-
once a well-known citise of Florid
and a veteran of the Sepo aet CIl
wars, and is a grand-niece of tblate
Rev. Dr. Scott, for many year rector
of Christ Church, Pensacoa. Her sis-
ter was the wife of the late MU Bar-
bour Walker, of Tallahasie, a nephew
of the late ex-Governor Dadd Walk-
Mrs. Schuyle -sk very prominent
place withtb t Moc the Con-
federaey, and is aws an of rare tact
and carting personality, and has been
able to succeed where imay other
would have failed. At the nat l re-
union of the Dughters of the Confed-
eracy, held re est in Sean Franciseeo,
she was instrumental in securing a hand-
some amount to be donated annually to
the student of Columbi eoollege, who
would write the best and most compre-
hensive essay upon the warof the north
and the south.
Everything in I of Men's Purn-
ishing Goods by Burns & Co.
Their Fall Line rf Hoiery is worth
your attention. 89
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After Imported Models .
For Evening or Street Wear
AN ELEGANT SELECTION W
In models that are Beautiful, but not Costly. They repeat the Features and the Effect of
splendid Foreign Coats. Smart practical Three-quarter Length Tweed and Black Coats of
Cheviot and Broadcloth. Close fitting Hip Length Coats, lined throughout; also an assort-
ment of Three-quarter Lengths, loose. They represent the styles of the year's most Fashion-
A beautiful and varied assortment of Cravenette Rain-Proof Coats.
LE VY BRO OTHERS, A"". RPU
, -. : "
'*-~ ~- -
Raw wool and cotton have been ascending
in price for some time.
Our prices have remained the same, be-
cause we were prepared for the advance.
An elegant Ufe in serviceable grades that
are real bargains. Nothing cheap or shoddy.
They contain the money value-and service.
In hundreds of styles, few of them dupli-
cated beyond one or so of a style. Well
Cut, Perfect Fitting. In Panama and
Mixed Suitings, Plaids, Checks, and new
Gray Mixtures. In the New Pleated
I _1 I I I II r~ I I I I r ~~~ ~1_ _ _. ____. ___.____ ___ _
., i. r
. 'I" *
put'Ph- an d w'9 4* t ''Oot
* Tailor., "f bIi ar, [ I,.
lar that does not lay close to the neck,
S .and, in a few words, you are dissatie*
S fed~y,-you haven't got what you 4esire1
Tb obtain these necessaries to get
Clothes Tailored iUl! and i~roperly
m Bs SCH LOSS SUIT
; s *And your happiness is complete.
$15 TO 24.
i M DUVAL BROS.
Wa- 4 S SWeSS's blw..r5 keen a. ritims. minds what the edor Easybi
f out" tongadb 4S V th ws a he e mao s we qote pape Inowatn tressh
uss, taeahe Theireir l nonb e alterin mraeitor
tasst foro hem1rado.; mono
enia, modn with no emean m or h .with rthe pop te and ,m nce, while amy not sbt.o Nonha ? Ho. &ol sm.! Vl 8
mSoo ^S *h? ecn fm.on 'of 141hoegna erllyl of themi hdiffa not : the le s
otmn daunte he pushed hi way. which set i publi se b ol f hese b roaeaa to e dim i a the coud-
often.instaenr0,tebuonyh,., d themtheor' rOld oem per L irer
Sroden and wia no cr cl, t e h ,1..at e It t at... orp, ous u ade g ita otency and revealed C. tOBMAKBRec Pe u .
ellov eohanersdnlmo d ,-w- f ,d han betowed moe- re clearly the rmanent and ae i- .
a, n disiton d hium 1Sh oasuble n e t oe ahaohsUv Under New Man emet.
inhos.ho terteftPe e. 5twirheah. ote What Win the heaserudaern T EVERY THING ON WHEELS. i8 TO 100 N.
cmme ad their bott om raies. ht n dpr, se
insero jutier o the peal e osn-t our apea ti a e ac teampd i stt inpas Auuntrna ad GOOD OwPT, E IeCIuN 8LRVIi er. -u tevr
sterewaere Legre Sisfwe bSthwosn gi y wsth Wpe a raet f e Govin ternor fm oyt OEPN ALL HOURS., TELrPO
ste e white dima w a rs ath aer binof er pg n h bemat li bu I amintere l noaro imate ae
o ydnatnh e i It *i* ab re o em but.- haed .its .ote .y.del .ot ra i
efoe ar lond blo lyye otb ..S l ret* t l tthee.erane. e most w y quot e paper-sn A cai oor m y"cTor.- or
nedeae au H lectedn me upor po -. uistcand wt ft sThere nothmore real in twLor ELEGANT BROOCHlS
opinonsandwabs e H ewason &n woitha ehlea tish .see ta"o.. r ,a fNER ING
Nasif hRovl to bmerfckso oiur ebtutemdu s. GiaerU t.A us ... Rre OPT,_ ... b m wsake oe utl te.A IEh URV.O.B
thenaonwi nomn.eans or=eandwhiete rorl o, ot a notTSILVER NOVELTI
eR nre twer So he s boep lard. dbitwe c an saywith enn h-p f ste
he ofaD rewbt chber or o woe ia eresa swentedhe Grnor n as sal- OeN L A SOTU$
wae irstt s odbahi m sutrnor h e orether begtoiqnigwthe irntLwn s p e ro w-
no thn dm e pushed his ge nerall yrd miste tar T NICM MOLSONE ubp
prompstly apo cint e id rclnrhist aithe a pur e a re g th e s "ofhthatpiavlubame, but I amInot
inal, be n d. Afition s ure ~ od nhimbr h s b n m erl wthohh adored i kth mond
hae Such hih praise ftor the Democrat stumble Iit re a thouh a io.i l Alabama Ry
remuneol bion- ` -i- -- -.-to T 1. .
i exec Correted. to June 22t w 1906.
Was on top. The nede o t mt anoxrooe nrext ameoen to1 IRISnIlrA rV [SENTl
fthe a wheilture, towouraappree ationh u nwesare tempted woty andrStateasrlhto t h
BMrowjnustieOs fwhioftheipe sOc pn roveodWown e of extravnwo mn rehtads mult.ip on of the snla a ns d Ithv "__ ___. ..."_,_,_._._"_;_"_.
trodden and had no wfe ormoitabg*.1gh t c qr SCHOICER CMW.0
with thosa who enthrtahned aike v1eds.DEE S1
Nosman in be tteras fallen s ort of our estoImedt srvr ate ame uSt 13 tu o WsyCnd"OOMPROMPT,.MIRRO811..
Bornrouter. So n I so tmt I iift I ,, seriosotewpTamnpabrepresentttherGovernorkas liy-
vhenwGeorgeDewcwaoreve ofbutfr we canosayowith at- ..t OEPN ALL HOURS., OOHS
th GeoAnt oDraw tnSiMr. it )'y beginnimi w. i thw i s lshiave abtot me, but r am not
jf iedsufalforth atmyt n c
mber o years bofw- ,goodin tihomeeeintocwhichtwe muo .
of the lated J6 acksoVle, w- ailty, mar hw sant hs tere t mow re ut the L S 'S
vey-eersagowhr he ied to ewa I ale as woman who.easIts a ,nn has faled t d -n or cre
bleposition ,.s, atioA.Tvefa td endo this inw i l lbe"somere conve y d. "Tgh whic EILVERTNVELTI
tobe=o wan thenw ind theeabo ard f or theriwou prot o thise o rm t mean thelpeoplofa llthin gtte" .
w quitesuddenanhwasaatjoul, nore qal id n oase eo io h
hilslt,& lo tmwitho Jeaeid ano wth the fun of, ta ction of ,ah i- to set m ist will agnt h tha Lof
ta aer the t eo ks. thtoh ewt, r .ne.fts andt o a m of t ,
ppWiithin his offical province he mightde na,
in all he undertook. After hninremoval emQen Ialn tha rel t theles so
dlikeOw hdbed 0h moti veis by cheap p otede about the OgoernmAent A is presslyprovided Aab-
IeMbamhnd bithata his m t PI b wor tds he wit Sl practi -that ment 7- Xw a. AA .*aIAa.... .. i LO .. .
a eheeOffrithendhis who himself, Urely as the ostrich w f th leglslah" haea M Tsl..... ..l.- Tb.ahain Lv1 2.61pm 1A.Do.M
and beets of friendsMwho thinks tobhide himself when only his sense of its own PeO tive an n .. e3 sV=... .....4LIS5m L. Ar..larse Ar Lv 15 pa........ MIN
epested him. A FEOUND. he badis brein i Sand.S eternal fitness o i The governor. ..... ... t........ A ....... M m
AiMsiti. Goe*Lewist a .M.is y An h es may A I .c t ast he taheew o t h Istas h ....... Li se f th. eiaa
ws hmeofAs n a i a wed t w i a Wh a exiee Cmose ch a man lf 7a ........ ........ .Ar.... . Ar .............
inT wl_ _1 =. fter b beiA ,y Ow o t o a tt tSLUt M 7 ........ s.................. .... L M- ........ .M.
hI if is 1h W th5 ord5 t 11.6mm 5.5S Ar- Catb ~t Lv o.8 M pm - ......
We, wgy a ... 0" m.... .w .0e M .. ........ ...... Am.- A.- II ...1. -a_ m ....... ......
ir;d He?4 l..V B 1& A 4 --was a -- m -se . ..., .....
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A.COIC *r lu~ -rr
1 eve whb will
io msaw-em ist.
e older In the
m is to
5tr ,Uht the p'o.rm nmy ie
li!l arranged, all prialding ,ider
to communicate with the adI-
t he ses retary, at room
k, Jacksonville, Fla.
*rpoke, D D. president :
NUM LlUaa Herring of Tllahassee,
lelM e vtitin thm Tribune
oas t t am ion ett rdYy. She
at the most charming and accom-
Syladies at theCapital City
,prna Tribune, 2ln,,
etlftl silver Noveltie of every
l- Uon at P. T. Nichoblson, theJew-
ML Jamese Melntosh a most popular
it of the State hospital for the
died at hattahoochee at 2:30
nday. The body was brought
ty and p arerd for burial by
fke rraterous and shipped to
Ifl ol Tuaeday, where her re-
were laid to rest.
Tb., U11 I39U. ce vyiesf
Always Bought r a e
feb, but ah NW r emtau a te," -
Be.ars the+ o an, e yw t -a
with ae r, and her o u
quivered withem on as she refMerred and hunti eat.
to the time wham ssn 7aid ho0mae and i hardwaremn.
women were envis of her ahpely del- I Subae r
late hand, whih were never used
other than to indite billet doux or dabble
i Not a e or wrinkle on her now fe-
n Jble hands same thrush work for her- -
lff or belaI lpofu others.
her You lhav ot t little old ladls,
m oth= "otl butt r, V of a past gner- C
S satios. Their condition is pitiful, in't Repair your Boots
El it? Al--
A m th atinknnd, pink tinted Ad.. .
V hand, tiny and well shaped, is enough NEW YORI
to mak any woma proud, but if a cla Dy
t 4 keepe It so at .ep^ee. of her duut suit an ew
there is not mush darm in It. to fit. Old Panamu
The hand of the woman thaime to in .
herTdr see rhe is q No 343 f
sFor Over "--"t e "0"
and Msop mdI, resolves nttle l'L
thThoesorial but t to prais, but i tr
Thirty Years ---fo. ilp
A sm o til th formnne op hin k t t inte
A TIA hand loi"sd l a -tue grater, NE
*--~ n^Me rch lv in bw hands,
but her do, and whu she
I baks bre d a die s eand and O _JR
doe the h exdred oad one Httle ssi, Ltahin l
, WWm m m, nay, the thosoaf tad ew---that same iWnwm
For Ov-er rn m. J h. tethamNo*nk yo20
thet hr d not be ,btital i Wt
Besatifull They are divine! Be-
___... esau- every needle prickvery e ar.
MM aov. awok a by love a foter-
w. 2i Theseother hodwhih.. af r bau. Prom pt le
i .-Servles Snday at 11 fituL Thau -e the fnges whlch are
t. InmlJ .11JP. m, Juior ,p.... MX d Theee the palms
w eLOP t p.m B.. look lik the art of a oft pink
wor, m. All members o o. WM* OHn11
S Casual o. Tervers may not see any of
r baptist ly n Clinton St.K e are a m s a atand
A. ,Si T. rats. C the hands, aee In tem models ftted COt
E" F ^ K i for the art of the sculpture and revere
ymwf.. ,ar sy a11 a.m.i ande te- the nds of la t.
?.i. m o. Jtor tt Union, 4Yop. m. Y m ,ther'- hande.-Palatk y New.
elor Y. P. U., e p. m. Hour orUio of "...--- .
prav and meditation, Wednday, 7.80 Mr. J. F. Sams, of Tallahasee. was
p. A are cordnaly invited. In the city this week luokin after the
St. John's peoal Church, Rev. interests of the singer SewTn Machine
Dr. W. H. Ca r er.-Services: Co.-Apalachicol- i e, Tth.
Sunday and Holy hDa o, oly commun- rThe best that mneyv buy.mi Table
ion 7 o'elock a m. Sunay, 11 a. m. pr-...-,- ,r an- "tht- are
and 7.80 p.m. Fridays, B p.m. Mi- peches foc per can that aren|
chad's colored) services: Sunday Sofor 25c d 80C
4p. m Frlday. 4.80 m. &.t Sor. 0
Chriestin 8ence.-servlced are held Popular young Dr. James H. Ran-
very Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. in the I dolph wa down rom the asylum among
front room,. second story, of the build- his warm prsonal friends for a flew
g east of the postoftce. This room is hours Mosay afternoon and made ut a
lo used s a Christian eience reading pleasant visit.
room, and is open daily except Sundays, Some people think a bird in the hand
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock is worth two in the bush. But why not
a.m. All are cordially invited, catch those in the bush also? They may Paas and
-~~*-e-.0--- V, Ie far s plun per birds than the one in y* -ra
W td hand. They're yours if you try for -- -
By Ch.icago wholesale and mail order them. Use good shot a d a wad of pa- MI Work-
house, assistant manager (man or per containing an attractive advertise- tair
woman) for this county and adjoining. ment and they can't ree you. le
territory. Salary 20 and expenses paid Not in the label, but in t quPlty of
weekly. expense money advanced, the goods in the cane. ut quite *
Work plant; poitlon permanent. No so high in price. T. H olph & All erder
investment or experience required. Son. .9 be bet elm
Spare time valuable. Write at once
for full particulars and enclose elf-ad- Col John R. Bradford ha4 returned 0ea, ge -
dressMed envelope. Address General home after a very pleasant summer s
Manager, 184 E. Lake Street, Chicago. visit at several favorite summer re- POH u.
32-tf. sorts. His many Tallahassee friends
-- --- are delighted to have him home with
See John collins for Job Printing. them again.
Watch Fobs in all of the latest de- Another consignment of Syta m hats l *
, signs. P. T. Nicholson, the Jeweler. 89 Just received by Burns A Co 38-tif J e
e True rTmo t
otbod am aftow pm
all-t J. P. oim
r nm& of ywr Skm m bI y vI e
L. R. S. TWINE
sad Shoes. Ftt Clat Work. stlafeetion gmarat-t.
we have in sewith a vebU b sin-es tho
K CTRANING AND b ING PARLOR.
d Pressina. Wqc do thin work. YoUr at
tte moaey. Tl rnd Makes C3oth
i HBat Cleand sad Mad. New. Ntak.
tit s,.. Tilyh. No. 7S.
gr PO"O TO at$CK,.Y'S UttpANlT. _
.. . -. -_- "I m T O M U.. .. M- ..
motioner t rocer
AN* FRuWu' eo Ms
AT TNB LOWW UVIM
No*. w. eam
Irem BlUig and Lumber C
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Spetoofeslemtwo lsob" AN, hib N' ofibew gialmin
seeriagtothe Isa tst Impmovd methods,
*Maugguueus efall k~Ads se re*b sand draw" Noft%;
rails balge,. sorh seluas baeoe. manft O ft
uaessual" 6 tamed "d "onveSwek NGoe0"17 ouE
ime "ad Cem meaeswale
will reelve prompt
sl every partlular.
4 Lamber VTrM a
attentlem. We guao tee ew
Neaboard Air Lam. an t W ete &
P6 06 s2x A
lins for Clean Job Print .
At Edelen's Emporium, 204
Opposite Court House.
Tomorrow and Each Succeeding Day.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend this, our Fall Opening of Pattern Hats and Fine Millinery Novelties. This will be the
GRANDEST DISPLAY OF HIGH ART MILLINERY
ever phown in Tallahassee.
Several hundred of the latest American and Parisian styles will be on display for your inspection.
give us a call.on the above days.
We will produce the goods that will be convincing
W. F. BANKS, Manager.
'afv f; M
CHASE. EDELErNS MLLUNERY
4W- l'.V L~-P'"I -l~i~ i~- L~- -
' / .
ip j.r*. -* ,ma" qd*i
. ,* n
NO -' p
A Ma ent Display of Silverware
In Chocolate and Tea Sets--all the
An appropriate holiday Gift
One look is quite convincing.
spect our handsome display
IT IS HERE that the ta
I the particular and thop.e oft
beauty lovers are entirely t
AL, Mgr. and
. 1 .
o Levy Bros. Big stom
EE """ I---Strt ,.
LOCAL A hUIMMAL ITEI. Mr. A. D. Jahe n, of Holland, was
---- witersd at the Leon Tuesday.
Mr. P. T. Myers went to Pe.mees SUwr e em m" ts, manicure
Tuesday Oa busbies. ts; al r the hoW season. P.T.
Another large shlI: a CCR.= at ih olo Jew 40
Corbett'a. L Mr. I.. Patterson, of Chaires, was
Mr. C. M. Kennedy, Maidmo was t the city Monday.
in th e city Tusday. PIANo MRS SAL.-Upright; used lit-
Mr. John BRlMo COMit -me .B t, excellent condition. Bargain. Terms
Carr helle Tuesday responsible party. R. S., this office.
Mr. T. P. Smma, of quy, spet A select aortment of e Iting
.Sunday to the t.t sets.? OV a few left. e going
An assortment of to at. P. .Nicholson, the jv r. 40
lfewthie w fms t ofriealL Fred. T. Myers made a business
t. Ni.blsa, t,-t.he r trip to Jacksonville Saturday, return-
Mr. John MooreM wr from lg Sunday evening.
Quacy to aendThaksgiving with i Bave you en the Pall l inter
S W -" -- dis ply of Neekwear by Ba~ &G Co.
C-A-m l Alfthe latest styles it. popul shades.
Oai tindgs e attug Mr. Charles Puleston left Wednesday
Y e thet~saldW sr Mentille to spend Thanksgiving
Mr C. M. StaWradng. s*pentWt w" k t
st mthr olSee thin of goods th carry. P.
Ask for the Adler glove-rried by T. Niholson, thejewele40
BaM & Co.-sad you will Sd the No matter how small your business,
popular shades for fall war at reason- It willpay you toadvertlse it some in
bafprices. 38-t The True Democrat.
Miss thel O. Miller has ied Everything in thel Ieofhoes for
her position with the Talahassee ro. Me uWomef, Misses A s, Children
Co.. ad accepted a m and Inft carried urns & Co.
-keeper for GilmAre A isv PFies right.
We hav opened up stock Miss Efitabeth Denham left yester-
of th grade Fi T ad da for Tallahassee, where she will
LoaeShellil MidaldFloreiN i a irs spin several days Mr. and Mrs.
in our newly reaodelesto Cl and S. 8. Pieing passed through the city
S e u. T. B. Byrd & 88 on Thursday of last week en route to
Mr. R. M.,- IS now .in- their home at Natural Bridge, after a
the Spear residence on Mouth Calnoun hontielloNsentwsw2,
St.i.andis muh m-ore comtably it- Montcello,_ w .. .,
gated with his boarding house. "Hanan" and" Qu y sioes.
sIme ambs. brh and mi-r Sttason hate. "Adl 's" oves and
-d cbeo a- .....ar mirrors, ..ve..ry ii to.....-dat.T par prices
acuasetP. T. elb th w- In the line of furn1m goods for men
Sset. P. T. Nie.. the Jew4) soldby Burns & Co V 88-tf
Mrs. John W. rDemlll after a vr The saleetions of Miss Giles. who has
plmasnt l damiys vit wicr sh yarich and powerfulroi e. with won-
Dormill,,,sr*WVm in sls.-derful sweetness, ranged from beau i-
Ehaase.s, re--r L"e ValPwida.i ful. pathetic strains to a majestic vol-
... .. "- ,r-- ume of prai, keeping the people en
is t he_ x ae_ peto from theTrat to rkt word t-
t w ri a .... a, The State. Columbia, .L C. At the
m r. T. M *e jMe roe opera hmise, rdecomber th.
N. ~is l St thd I Tru e Parties wies ing beat ruit Cake
---* ---......."-" a tittle e wia Hdo wel fjM- v
!Am* seM 1iOLnaa-ir Day I?11"siU1'- them f 8. B.
g -1 a-_ rs t.h quality to be
--9 ..4 h .... .. Mr. Richard Shis, who has fully ma
S"n fa W om good andreeponib
meity te ofereedO aW accepted a
SSLrm -t t"'I. I w-mdd poeItios with a muacie shop
w a alnbr.id and Is now
dic lW =Neot city. whee m
STrue Democrat wi vlit him.
M& rChuit Court was in sees so Mnday
..t. a.d.T ud.ybut vrey ittl business s
An. 0188. .... : -tr eisacted up to the adjourn ment
e rJew vWed in p nepet to Judge R
40 a WhItUe and ever Tharad g
Ot AN 10 u white a u c Next week we wt |I
-to teIIuL Ieurt proceeds and the
Pefr1O P eIuet of Grand
No Cdfta for yewv Job Printing.I
Mr. R. C. Weedberry, of Quincy, Is
In the city this week eo basineie.
Mr. Bell H. Cocref the Thomasville
piano man, is in tows again this week.
Hoe. 8. K. Causesse- of Wakulla,
made his mamy Tallahassee friends a
visit yesterday, Thanksgiving.
Mr. P. G. Russell left Wednesday for
MontieeUl. Live Oak and several other
points on business.
Another large shipment of C at
Miss Eva Dowling, one of the col-
lege students, spent Thanksgiving at
her home am Live Oak.
Crav4ettMe overcoats, the best pro-
tection from both cold and rain, and
the only suitable coat for this climate.
Regular price, $25; now offered by
Burns A Co. for $15. $18 ando 88tf
Dr. Armstrong, he w -known Jack-
sonville eye iast, II make a pro-
fessional via inpeon, to Tallahas-
ae, and an be at the Bloxham
hotel, December 1A 14. 30-st
Fruit Cakes baked a T. B. Byrd &
Co. 'a bakery beginning e y, .
20, and every Tuesday And Tu* say
thbreattr enil Thurada, De 2OLh.
Paries desid their aitJAked will
please get them to store later than
1 o'clock a. m. 38
For Suits to order 'see & Co.,
re reseutatives of t t merchant
asteA in Chicago a iacinnasti. sit
guaranteed y 40
Before the Examination Board con-
sikting of Meosrs. Raney, Myers and
Malone two of our promising young
men, Mieers. Frank Winthrop and bten
Mevinnies sueeesafully passed the ex-
anination held Monday, and were ad-
mitted to the bar.
Burnm & Co will foake wew richt on
Hats. Shoes, Trunka, lk*s. Umbrellas
and everything in tmae of Men's fur-
There were six cases on the docket of
the Mayor's court Monday morning,
embmeing drunks and disorderly n-
duct. Only one man was bhy of the
"long geen,' and he received O days
on the chain gang, working on the city
Dr. A. 8. Ham came up from Apa-
lachioola Tuesday and wasa met by his
sister Mis Iose, from MDeougrh,.
Ga. klhey will spend a fewdays among
their many Tallsahae friend.
Mr. P. G. Russell has resigned .a
State manager of the Platers' Live
Stock laeurance Company of Tblomae
ville, Ga., and has ascepted the poi.
ibi. seMistant state meaer i the
Wahitn Life Insurane Company
of New York.
Chlds Bros., having recently put
down substantial cement pavemnets
for Mr Will Childs, in front of Mrs. G
A. Bell's ad our r" iV af mw at
work on the walk in front of r. T. P.
Striektand's house. loon Clinten can
be ab b to t,1L of tie meet aid best
idewks tioalahafee eateaod-
I- taOm t Nh e to asw 00
aides, Now, ltethR e Ek ho be
0t the -am M oM i tlq
There Rbefm Theae.
The twelfth aumual eeventie of the
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs
i a thag of the pa exit nly as
a l Sl .mewoy, walle t-e Weas a'
CRae16o sTta- fess a deep $asw'
of gratitude to all who esotribtIted to
to seuecess of the oonventioen, from a
benefiesal Provideoee for the ideal
weather to the smaleet ed who gave
us a flower. We would give especial
thanks to the Knighta of Pythias for
the use of their beautiful hall, where
our business meetings were held; to
Mr. J. D. Hutchinson for the useof
the Loon hotel, and for his untiring
efforts to aid us in every way; to the
Cable Company for the use of the mag-
nificent piano so kindly loaned yus
them; to Miss WhItfU'sa orchestra,
and each and every one of the musi-
clans who. by the gisvtg of their tal-
ents, did so much to make our meeting
a sueees to the achl children for
contribution of beauful flowers which
gladdened the eyes and added se much
Sthe pleasure of our guests; to the
livery atablee for their liberal dona-
tions of barrage; to the local pr
for courtesies extended, and to alt who
by their cordiality made' our friends
feel that they were welcome guest.
CHAIRMAN LOCAL PRsMs COl.
Opposite Loon . Apply at Julius
Diamond's store. 40-tf
IF YOU LIKE
I' ?sin m
made in his years of
in the State.-.
A Are destroyed the mtMuib o
David Chaires lest week with a
and bushels e
the =n= who aft e
Messrs. Rt. W. CoWb aideR.
Miller have taken In lherpthe
Attractions for the
with a Ine of e n m
new and far above the a
enjoy the to
lent attractions shou
see either of these getl a
ing the tickets.
The best in atq- ata S dlegI
gings. L.C. jr the hardware.
Canned Goods of the
be ROYAL SCARLET
the brand that will
on land and
has been made famous both
sea as the
FINEST CANNED GOODS
IN THE WORLD.
Every can is guaranteed as
will like th
more of them.
Try them, you
em and want
40 him dS&gvvln vwheo
A FULL L1N
IFI..T center of attraction for the
'most complete and beautiful
line of Jeweler's Goods in the city.
A cordial Invitation extended to in-
Mr SALES BY
*A. *. ...
4 I 4 It, a
waswel real lhave
if ya Ms. POritN" there?"
giap wrap f ey
tv ed t N vhe per y
, pwas with a
id a s
a wS t hi M er
ran f to the laol Davis con-
usaoffmrte riff $0 tobe
as in South Vlorid& we
Sthe aptre and arrived Tow-
t leao for ovr a year,
-"-ti aoe pial to Mnow
d ro we h
hoic ai rt
Motives had on many oecilons
H and Wwere welfaequanted
a-Byw now things tat young
,arded ar at the corneof
and Bay streets, and after a
boult th city decided to visit
Jacksovllle to ase the new
berr, t this yoea ldy had
before a .m Of eor, se had
n m l b takes and
with ,herfrieoi f home, but
rryboat was someAhlng new.
Left the car at Main street and
4 down to the landing. The ferry
ei and they walked aboard.
It the far end of the boat they
Ind the young lady said:
Ste water looks so blk and
am afraid to go on the boat.
It eomes you all go and I will
0q the wharf until you come
a ag e ed to this and took seaot
y toped at the
ir, an It was not
Men grL We
* sMu n.' ti old "an ha
V1 an *i long, love, forthink.
"er 'W eMM eT: Iec
ia the lnat e S&yo" the father
continued, "he M : he P
would be f rmF gt-t ILd 'yumd
row-mindd old fool o dad of your
would give hisonst.'"
"Thi villal the mother Uo
"Would I trmat my dmbte's
future," the father said, "to any man
who was base enough to speak like
"But, papa, if you'll look-"
"No wodl" ,
"If you'll only look, p*,- at the
date" l., W a';
nl o afIt ow eo of
t$1 *I toeod
Pls-, Wounds and
Am a t an drug a tom. *
.4. ftl c. 1M .N L Sdt
i aom a rent ex-Covernor of
Re or al Is a ill. an sVe and am-
,r iT ii r. tokton,,.rould
Iri i- e, boo trathourist h
a or all human ills. The Advocato
l sa Mid that John N. C. Stockton
will In the race for the Senate and
a Wlsard (i waom toa seat in
th nitadRtes Snate is a pretty big
jump. Cm he make It?
"When I wa a drugist, at Livonisa
a, wPr;tgoo T. J. Dwyer, now of
ujraysiVe Mo.,' 'three of my customer.
war. a pn mant y cured of conaump-
tio by Dr. .ig's Now Discovery, sad
ar well and strong today. One was
trying to sl hi property and move to
Art=on, but af ter uasin New Dio-
covery .a short time he found it un-
to do O I reard Dr.
K on' New Diaovery a the most
wonderful medicine in existence."
Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat
d L dealer. Guaranteed by all
r it 6 and $1. Trial bottle
When a busine s s mtellfently
anted fertile on and water
irf y th advertleenente, it will
O, row, nd ow, until like
th aa muetard sed, it will beeamao
a jant tree, Its branch danmling
o fruit. And who will pluck It
so-wn sweet self, partner ?
Let t Tru Democrat do th war-
In.-the rest I may. ..
ha begt corn. Only / T. H.
Randolph o. &-/ a.
a.ILDecin. Ta Jr...Elected.
Boston, Nov. .--Studeote from the
South at Harvard met today and formed
the Cotton Belt States Club, composed
of men from Georgia, Florida. Ala-
bama and Mlrselppl Henry Holland
Bukman. Jr., 19Ih of JaekIonville.
oia. wa elected v Pre-q ent. The
reM t tois M. L. oa, 1L. Macon,
a., and the secretary-treasurer, C. A.
Bingham, 2 L. Talladega, Ala. The
club is Intended to brig- together in a
social way man 1cm the same section
of the emuny an omot Harvard's
nterests In the locally. H.H. Buck-
man, Jr., s the son of State Senator
Buokmno, who was re-elected Tues-
day Ha to known as a student of
Until January 10, 1907, the tam-ear
will meet the passener train at Sopn
choppy only twice a week-Thursday
aa4 Sat Nys, and on euch other days
as we are noUfled that paritl are
Weotel Is not tegular, y open, but
parties coming down will be taken care
of aomfortable am If it was.
T h hotel wll be rfmarly olmee
a January 10. 10, for to re
Special m t wiU be lven "house
partly un Jaumati 10.
a ,0 A. -ihroad ois Bill"
ven low hmaure'rat"from all -points
o lit n tte to Uemhoa m
ro further il write
F a i eapsI
An Ut and ORO"-N^Ba
Doors, Sash and Blinds, IhAe B,,. (A pewince of X yeas in the
ujain (ten yf Ino the ami9r t Ow yq the south) )as ble= to ma
and peormnn all that is equhWsd ofas in d I make a spelty of
apd as this is a part of the Building Business we are in a position to furnish the latestimprem
sanitary goods, and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and acoordin t
rules laid down by the city. We sHelt your business. .. ,i....... -.
*. *. -^ f-v.: i ^_" 'r ^ 1
Print and Prosper!
, -4 ft'1 *'AS I
See Johd 0. Collins About Your Job Printing
Everyti a New ad Upto4ati la aM the B
Onade h3 1p= and Card Sttk, and bt laki, M wh
ow How to Use Them. Thee mSetlaf asMsw the Best rMalt.
AN Wirk praptly dim kuWi preisd, ,u hi M- -u 1 i yu,
COLLINS' JOB PRINTING OFFICE, TdeOrh, |hia.
CALL PHONB; SEB AND GBS.
Jeff. Do. errell, S EABO AR D
WHEELWMI6TadBLACKSMITH. AIR U .i AILW,.Y.
Gea SAVANNAH, COLUMi.CAMDEN SOUTHERN
General Repair Shop. PINES, RALEIGH RICHMOND, WASHING-
Horse Shoeing by an ex- TON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
pert who has had years - NEW ORK.- -
of experience . . ,z:TYL' -
A portion of the public
patronagdoe Is sollted
and "at sfactlon duarans
If you Intend to do Fene-
Ing, It will pay you to see
me before pOrchasing.
I am General A
the -la of the I
Fee, and know
it to bW
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED.
SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibule
train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dial.
Car, Double Drawinszoom Sleepers, Stateroom and Obseration
Cars, operated between St. Au" atine and Jacksonville to New
York, via Washington leaving St. A tine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sunday.
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orfeans.
Can be built for leo than
15 cents a Rod.
40-tt Centreville.. - Florida.
"g 0IILDgg fMT~01 TOUVNIC
sew a**i*e 11 e*nY @ o* *
Dallerd-Sfow Ulmient Co.
*I. LOW. meO.
FOR SALE BY HAAZD-SMITH CO.
BRICKS ICKit CKIII
$7.50 Fe. Dt
CULM A VIS CO.,
full information and sleeper
A. 0. MAC DONELL,
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent.
reservations call on any
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.
Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20, 0M.
all and pae. Freiht 11 land Pane p .n.
P.a.e- Pam and Pan-Panes.m.- .
P -.. Nw. ,,l .nr -***" N .- ---
-- '- "STATIONS ea. a- .. 2..
No I No.,A No. No _MNo,4 No ,a me4
Dal.B Dailye. e Daaft UL
ol. m dya =. y.do
A. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. A. d. A.A.
se o L o1 Lv 0 ............... I1A Oak......-. Ax. 4 Aris A40 leAAi s40
8t li 18 .............so 4. i A
oIs 148 00................ I ..0. 4 5a 41
so *I1 W"................... s.... i
s4 I3 I .............. ar.... .. 1 5
Ar. s WAr IsO t...... A I- 5 5
" 44 41 .......... ..a L u ....... S
S....... 4 1 ............... .... ....... mw, 1: ... 8 ".... ....
v. a 44 ........................ 4 ........L
4a a.......... ........I ........ 41
a O n .. .... ..... ......
A t iAr oA 40 ................. I ......., '
"-1-"OM AY O-N" -N............-... -S------" WI -
MAYO AND ALTON. ,".
a ." ,
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sip 1"60 ib
I 1 4 ; f
1r o s ",P ".1
""T" W b ML
.cma. ima- asma
~1e, SMUS ~ W33 ES
UNDER NEW MANAOBMENT.
e Very, stjo
wy Bhandos, The Pa
- c- q ----p
After te play was over, ue monm-
we wen favored with a delightful
Dr at the home of Mi- Ethel
eaths from Appeadcits
creas in the same ratio that the use
Dr. King's New Life Pills in-
seae. They save you from danger
A brin aiaiak aM. naitesal reliae
. 2c Try them.
- w ---W.
to a -eOe on w-s unMain rt.uM DMe-
came frightened and ran away, taiag
to the sidewalk and coming up the
m tl vacant lot owned by
w. D. wilson wa reached. Hre U
bhorsep topped b'idless, and with
only the iahts and two front wheels
de another start, throw.
and two wheels acroea
fren,fell himself, butre-
-RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE
Surplus to Policy H1olders $,~4, ,34.00
hAM OOMPLIEQ WITH TIM STATTB LAWS.
OF FORTY ONE STATES.
3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.
If you beqpme totally misled
the Company pays your premium
without interest and these premiums
pofry . . of
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.
THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.
Not take our word for it,
but let us prove it to you.
FRANK W. DUVAL,
Now located'next to Lay
M l mu nroe Sti
My Fa ad W
SI-d to dijrtt llw Vork ad
Py Bros, Box StW..
ri a l and4ptiM. s l3r Ie J
Suits. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Cleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty.
Will carry in tocK for small men, lisflt elotnhing mh I l
Agent for Japanesw CleanalTrfoiiinoving grease, pEhi I ,
tar. etc.. from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. P
r 4 I : ". ". f--- Mow".
INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.
AGENTS WANTED. .
ereed to sufferig buma~lty. If you
fr from liver complaint, if you are
aand fretfl, ifs your liver, and
earbice will put it in it proper odn
= A positive cure for C Upatitlon,
SD and ll li due to
a torp er. Try bottle nd you
wll never use anything else. All
Amut then many favorites who will
pper with the Ureat Barlow in-
at the opera ho WeAi-da
S J December isone who ie ra
mty akiag a mark in the theatrical
and who is alm, well remaim-
ied by a hbt of friends In Talahas-
ee, sad that is T. B. Grimmer, one of
the many vocalists of the company.
Mr. Grimmer is this year w:nq many
7 emneomiume for his good work,
hi many friends are sure to be
lasted to hear of his good progress.
G. W. Fouts, Potmaster at im-t
eof all comfort, according to his
mewhich sae: "For Sorearms I
IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
FURNITURE AT REDUCED PRIES.
For the next 80 daysmy entire stock will 'go at re-
duced prices in order to make room for the large fall
stock which is beginning to arrive.
In the mean time we are going toPave a Rug Sale.
Will give you a few prices:
60Tapestry Rugs, 27x60,------ -----------$
48 Velvet Rs, 27x00, ......................
120 Velvet Axminster Rugs, 2x8----,...........-----
0 Axminiteo Run gs0,x ............--....
48 Axminster Rugs, 36x72, .......-------..-..........---------
72 Smyrna, Assorted, from.------.-----........1.50 to
Granite Art ugs, x9,---------------------
Tapestry Art Rugs, 9x101,.. ............
It will ayyoto look my stock over and get at
riM before RNITUR ST.
TNJ.MASSII FURNITURE STORE
J. B. THEUS, Propr.
CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.
46EP VDS Yo
A cup e Whlbe menew me l I
Nme anmd Jewbe M
is what go" straight to thedo ho
every man at breakfast time, ad
one know that good grumV eMMue
good coffee. We take special pI
our brands, as they have
sote famous. Just as good m
fee we ell are teas, which
hoB good throughout ear entire
We *e nothing but the bert el
prducts-thoee we have teted
eves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. CouN.A, QroJ
VUST THU POMPL.AR. WA AMIA
"'WAY DVW U S sTuW
m- ss I
Not wAad d lbho u 11111m4 Goadtaw~ G04*4
mhbg wateria vey sno~wagAl S
Iat~~ 3gg7 j ki Mie r~Uve ONak. eU" 044&, F,
0mILW 3 loueselmm at Un Oak Quo 40
'* I .,
p A 0-
',' ;' ^
~i~L1 fb~t~j~lY ane i
* *.**. 4~. ...eV41'
:~iiiiiiiie~~~~~~~~~ t..tr '
m to the Davis con-b
i aerd the herff 60 to be
tlaa IS outh Plorida wee
e pa re and arrived Turn-"
Sfor overa aar' a
' 4 l
Sa a I d
oI tl t Flo:a
i IMI abelouw vie-
t ce pis-Wtoru
KBO;Fuot thommn bwefo
Woft scno" o ad to
*OWNa vehleilawaa hr
had on man oealons
I andh werwa waemualated
q now tei" that young
! a a aar at the corner of
asd ay streets, and after a
ut the eity deidad to visit
Jakmaovllole to see the new
'RoU t "Ithm4 new.
. Ltt the car at Main street and
ow to the landing. The tforr
Sand they walked aboard.
at the far end of the boat they
Sand the oung lady said:
the wate looks so black and
Sam afrd to go on the boat.
t om you all go and I will
Nq the wharf until you come
tall avm ta this ad took nsea
ver low hunter' rates from all points
ont line toa 4 hemi.
o J. C. TUCs
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Li/tm, C jMni nfl~ur. dinr peslems1 of 8 years in th
Business, (tOm yeos in wte north pa4 twe w te e m U oth) enUsable us to
and pedorm all that is required of tm ino makeaspelalty of
P L U!M A.N G.
and as this is a part of the Building Business we are in a position to furnish the latest Imrwv
sanitary goods, and have them installed by thoroughly competent workmen and acoordi
rules laid down by the city. We soHelt your business. '
0 0 0 'Ir
"Nt a w 1"dl" tha oM man inter-
tet. "wAnd be o e: 'I eMld
07t lwep allh lag, love, for think-
laif you.'f y ta
I 1Wi dh "PWol aedO
Bar to write so"
S Then the lunatic sa," the father
continued, "he aM : happy we
would be ?b]hat ,Udl. Ma
row-minded sok fool a dad of yours
would give his consent "
"The vilUlMal" the mother awid
"Would I tbift my dmhtr'a
future," the father mald, "to any man
who was base enough to spak like
"But, papa, If you'll look-"
bl"ot a wail"
"If you'll only look, papae, at the
The old man turned the pages and
ma "thi yo r girl said, "I found
k_ yesterdayy. I'd
S ANesaas of GoeM
*d Mthm h Ba A bappiM to
diem om fe box of Baleun's Aniat
,whM t plteli ord a run.
healerof itPlle Wounds and
We at all drug store. *
?ea M.. s.J.M. C.reiaton.
Dunnellon Advoeate seems to
e Mistaken a resent *x-overnor of
m who l still an aetfve and am.
P Mr. 'tfkton ,.would
ta ward in Iitis,
ev een a s tourist oush
7re front 1at o wa as a
ur for all human Ills. The Advocate
'It Is mald that John N. C. Stockton
wJll bin the race for the Senate and
5Maa Wlrd UU wagon to a seat in
mnMd ate Seoat is a pretty big
Jump. C4 0heaMake T?
"When I wasa dru Fet, at Livonia.
e.," .writ-U T. J. Dwyor, now of
raM, Mo., threee of my customers
wit am n ed of consump-
on b. r. a' Now Di aovery, and
ar well and trong today. One was
tryin to sell his propeVrty and move to
Arisona, but after uiai Nw Ois-
covery a short time be found it un.
neea sar to do ~ I rgardDr.
King's New Diovery as the moast
wonderful media in existence."
Surest Cough and Cold oure and Throat
and un saler. uaranteed by all
drungists. 0e a $d 11. Trial bottle
When a buness is a ntellbntly
ntd In ferle so and watered
e wmth r onts, It will
OW, an .uro, rnd OW, until, ike
Silt tr.e I bbea dnl
Ioiaa fruit. And who w~l plue' l
tou own swt self, partner?
Lot th Trua Democrat do the watr-
inf-the rest ls easy.
The best eorn. Only T. H.
Randolph& Smon. 3
a. s Icanamm,. Jr.. iocted.
Boston, Nov. L.-Studants from the
South at Harvard met today and formed
the Cotton Belt Stat Cluhb, composed
of men from Goria, Florida Ala-
bama and Misasilpp. Henry Holland
Buckman, Jr., 190, of Jacksonville.
Plua.. wss eletdtd v Presi nt. The
A-eist i M. L. Co IL. M eon.
Ga., and the secretary-treasurear, C. A.
Bingham, 2 L. Talladega, Ala. The
club is Intended to bring together In a
soclel way mn ram' samIe section
of the country and morete Harvarn's
interests in the loeaity. H. H. Buck-
man, Jr., is the son of State Senator
Buekman, who was re-elected Tues-
day. He Is known as a student of
amaces ipriadS- Netl.o.
Until January 10, 1907, the tram-car
will met the passenger train at Sop-
choppy only twice a weak-Thursdays
sad Satardays, and on suh other days
as we are notified that parties are
Thahotel Is not twgularty open, but
parties coming down will be taken care
of asomfor as if. it was,
The hotel w be res larly opened
agaa January 1 1907, for there-
8paal rate wiU e given "house
The 0., f. A. rallrosd l giving
: a l l
Print and Prosper!
- .. ..,4..
See Johd 0. Collins About Your Job Printing I
eryte iNow and Up-to-date n Ma na TI the Us
QGad *esadI Card SteIk, sad i lake w he M wh
How to Use Them. Those aessentalaoaSum the Bost 8ult.,
AN wMk pr$tly I i wh puL. W Mi applt I.
COLLINS' JOB PRINTING OFFICE, T'l'**om E i
CALL PHONEs SBB AND BlS.
Jefft. D. Ferrell,
General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience. .
A portion of the public
patronadoe Is sollfted
and satIffaetloi #duarana
If you intend to do Fene.
ing, It will pay you to ms
me before purehasaing.
I am General nt for
the sale of the IEoomy
Fence, and know it to be
Can be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.
SAVANNAH, COL CXADEN SOUTHERN
PINES, RALEIGH RIHMOND, WASHING-
TON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
- NEW YORK. - -
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY,
SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED,
SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL.
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
THE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibule
train, composed exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
Car, Double Drawingroom Sleepers, Stateroom and Obmervatio
Cars, operated between St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
York, via Washington leaving t.Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack.
sonville 1:20 p. m. daily including Sundas.
Operating Daily Through Sleeper from Jacksonville
to New Orea tions c.ll on a
For full information and sleeper reservations call on a
A. 0. MAC DONELL,
Assistant Gen. PaeWr Agent.
8. C. BOY.LTON, JR.
Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 20, 1906.
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ad-lvsbl rem iered
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sy Bland.., The laM
Alter the play was over, u etn m-
wm favored with a delightful
pper at the home of Miss-Ethel
Deaths frema fAppeadicitis
In the same ratio that the use
Dr. King's New Life Pills in-
SThey save you from daner
brain quk d e rel
om eonetipat j d1P iulwi
t of It. Str1 a1vionWays
how their auS Guent. e by all
gists. 25c Try them.
to a Una -
came fstohaened and ran away, takin
to the sidewalk and coming up the
lrey /tjll vacant lot owned b
w. D. W a 0 ..ached. Hors. U
horseship stopped brdleless, and with
only the hat sad two front wheels
E *im, he made -ohe *tart, thrown
tj shaft and two whee'b acr
Jenkins fence, fell himself, but re-
ba ledharaa A a
gathered rowd aso oE- at
the work doe by
a itad th hoe witha ple
ter&-up wagon wa dealing i
teallnisa. t w up. al a**
ThesMe's Me v
Itn, oi eat beat Herbine for =
fered to sai bvV= f you
etfer from liver Cmplaint, if you are
Mais and fretful, it's your liver, aad
Berbine will put It in Its proper eomdi-
to. A positive cure for Contlpston,
SD nd all iduto
a torpid verm. a bottle and you
will never use anything else. AU
AmuoA the many favorites who will
pear with the UGreet Barlow Min-
= is a at the opera bouse W ededay
December 6, is one who is rap-
S making a mark in the theatrical
Hrmsment snd who is also well remem-
d a hot of friend in Tallshas-
ee, ana that is T. B. Grimmer, one of
the many vocalists of the company.
Mr. Grimmer is this year winning many
pres eneomlums for his good work,
and his many friends are are to be
pleased to hear of his good progress.
G. W. oata, postmaster at Rivr-
m. La., nearly alosth e sa hi f a wa
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the Company pays your premium
without interest and these premiums
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS of
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THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.
Not take our word for t,
but let us prove it to you.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
GENERALLY REPAIRED I
i ) 114*.
FRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and'
Now located'next to Levy Bros. Bitg
My tram a WbIte GoO.
dtooF llt ork a Low e .d
Suite. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Cleaning, Altering and Pressing a Specialty. Clfaal
Will carry in tocK for small men,
Agent for Japaneie Cleanaf mr ovia. grea, i5
tar. etc.. from all kind of wearing apparel without injury. PNh k.
INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.
AGENTS WANTED. .
IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
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FURNITURE AT REDUCED PRIES.
For the next 30 days my entire stock will 'go at re-
duced prices in order to make room for the large fall
stock which in beginning to arrive.
In the mean time we are going tohave a Rug Sale.
Will give you a few prices:
60 Tapestry Rugs, 7x0,.....................-----
48 Velvet Rugs, 27x00, .......---..... ......
120 Velvet Axminster Rugs, 2Xx36,...............
W Axmfnuter Ruge, 7xf ......--.............
48 Axminster Rugs, 86x72, .................
72 Smyrna, Assorted, from ----...........-----..1.50 to
Granite Art.Russ, x9,- -------------------
Tapestry Art Rugs, 9xlOi,---........---......--------........--
It will py pou to look my stock over and got My
prim. before buying.
TALLAHASSEE fIIuRNITURE STORE
J. E. THEUS, Propr.
CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.
\rr o'^n co'n
A cpS etWh "sosnse WON
m omesa sad Java CO
Is what goes straight to the I
every man at breakfast time, a
one knows that only good grom
good coem We take speelI
our brands, as they have a
st Re famous. Just as good smI
fee we sell are temss, which
hos good throughout our entr
We *sell nothing but the best
preducts-those we have test
selves, and so can stand by thee
J. W. CoL.smO,
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W@CAL sPEWfs, MOT[LU0 ? ens
Hot ad aold lbet uieamm L Good tabl-
obg water in wry m w O ing 1
aleph and Phuoeooaem. Weon=l
PatviUionas. Bosta, At
a-tes Reasm id I Mle frmw Live Oak. as Uve Oi I
Gulf 3MU. IIm.stamemu at uve Oak wums
lS PARtKIOT3L. D LINQ.A
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New and Beautiful Designs.
Big Stock Just Received....
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Prices Range from $2 to $10
CWe have just opened up another Carload of Bureaus, Beds, i
be bmrds, Etc. All handsome Oak Goods, at Lowest Prices.
We fletilng you a large new line of Picture Moulding.
Deliver Goods Promptly.
We do Neat Work a
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BOU6HT FROM J. D.
The other "Wished he had
if you buy your
Live Stock, Bugt
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