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: January 11, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Good Q fnt; Hoisty In Public Office Equal Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


4' Cesa Cs-ni_'se*-_s Net Trmeda
sad et Sm m to MWlasea M ws
Emp-s- TheyS weald do
The Board of County Commissioners
elected and commissioned for Leon
county to serve for two years, their
terms of office beginning on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in Jan-
uary. 1907, met Tuesday, the 8th, in
regular session.
Present were E. C. Smith, District
No. 1; R. G Johnson, District No. 2 ;
J. W. Collins. District No. 3; W. D.
Stoutamire, District No. 4, W. A.
Register, District No. 5.
W. D. Stoutamire was elected tem-
porary chairman. E. C. Smith was
elected permanent chairman.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
It was moved by Stoutamire and sec-
onded by Register that Mr. Pratorious
be awarded contract to bury paupers as
per bid submitted.
Eli Brown and Ellen Williams were
ordered placed on the county pension
list at $1.50 per month each.
J. M. Forbes was elected for Inspec-
tor of Marks and Brands for Precinct
No. 18 for the ensuing two years.
Mr. George W. Hale was elected
Janitor for the Court House for the en-
suing two years.
It was moved by J. W. Collins, sec-
onded by Register, and carried, that
the board rescind the action of the
former board in recommending T. H.
Cromartie for Fish and Game Warden
for Leon county, and that Dr. J. M.
Carn is recommended by this board to
Governor N. B Broward for appoint-
ment to the position for the ensuing
two years, beginning January 1st,
Stoutamire moved, and Register sec-
onded, that J. W. Henderson be ap-
pointed County Attorney. Carriea.
Three hundred names were drawn to
serve as jurors for the next year.
The county convicts were leased to
Mr. G. W. Rhodes at $8.00 per nead
for the next two years, beginning Jan-
ua'y 1st, 1907, and ending January 1st,
190. The prisoners are to be no ex-
pense to the county after conviction,
all expenses to be borne by the lessee.
Bond to be given in the sumof $500.00,
and bond to be ready for approval at
the next regular meeting of the board.
Mr. H. T. Felkel was instructed by
the board to purchase during the pres-
ent year all necessary books and sup-
plies for the county officers and Circuit
Mr. J. W. Collins was appointed to
investigate the sewerage system at the
alil and report at next meeting of the
The board then adjourned until the
next regular meeting.
W. C. T. U. Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
will be held on Monday, the 14th. at
the residence of Mrs. Coles, at 8:80
o'clock. A full attendance is earnestly
requested. Let each member of the
Union try to be present.
The Boll Shw.
The doll show beld on the 3d in the
Elks' room was a decided success.
The afteiB was greatly enjoyed by
Mrjtf tal a mootiportant part,
1 x enet
$5. leaves a cear W0 to be
^B MBf-icn_ purvoses.
"WTe *ai mmtee wish to
4 teOd a vote of thanks to the Elks for
4 d I -temles of their 6all; and a
H h apNr fac to eaeb and every
St d iany way to the
I ssees of the oeassion.

SOn Meaay. January 14th, The An-
drew Oe Company will present
"Martha'll t 830 o clock in the Opera
SHoMoT. isna company which only
P tlt f lowns, and Tallanase
M t'or' to that it has decided to
ve performance here. The advance
I frt made ,ure that the city had a

I troupe for this place. In addition he
S fond may people who assured him
S that the play would be well patronized.
The Opera "Martha has been rewrit-
i st ad revised eally for thhi corn-
pe ay. The un aetory and incom-
H g-ihiive method of elngin the story
Sa it, story

owas 3 3--*35.

At a meeting hi tim eOty of Tam-
pa on Novembar w0th, for the purpose
of orgasiong a State ard of TVe*,
preliminary astop swer take, owai-
satio was effotao tempay oe-
cers eleteda. Awnsment w taken
to the city of Oea, where a meeting
will be held on January 18th. Since the
former meeting the secretary has been
in correspondence with various Boards
of Trade interested in the movement.
The mayors and City Councils not hav-
ing a regularly organized commercial
association are requested to take up the
matter of appointing delegates to at-
tend this meeting.
S. A. RAWLS, President.
W. G. BROREIN, Secretary.
TaegoreBothel Comaspay.
The old and well-known hardware
house of L. C. Yaeger has changed
names since Monday, when Mr. Harry
Bethel and wife and Mrs. Yaeger bei.
came partners to the firm. It will
hereafter be known as the Yaeger-
Bethel Hardware Co., and the stock
will be increased to make it one of the
largest businesses of its kind in the
Tallahasse Fire Compaay.
The Tallahassee Volunteer Fire Com-
pany met Tuesday night in regular ses-
sion in the firemen's all.
The regular schedule of business was
carried out. The most important topic
of discussion was in regard to obtaining
a new fire alarm. The consensus of
opinion seemed to be that a new clap-
per onto the bell in the Presbyterian
church tower, together with the one
already in use, would be a sufficiency4
The matter was referred to a commit-
tee fer investigation.
Don't Spit on the Sidewalks.
Spitting on the sidewalks is liable to
spread disease, it is indecent, it looks
bad, and the ladies might drag their
skirts in it. A reporter, watching for
some great calamity to occur to make
big headlines, happened to hear a prom-
inent lady of the town putting to shame
a crowd of unthinking young men who
had been expectorating in front of a
store on the pavement. The 'raking
over' was justly given and quietly re-
ceived, and it is to be noped those young
fellows will be more careful in the fu-
ture about where they discard their su-
perfluous saliva.
MNeeting of Library Asseciation.
The annual meeting of the David S.
Walker Library Association was held
last Tuesday afternoon at the Library.
The Directors were elected as fol-
lows : Rev. Dr. Carter, President;
John S. Winthrop, secretary ; W. C
Lewis, Treasurer; Joe A Edmondson,
J. T. Bernard. Fred. T Myers, Julius
Hirschberg. Howard Gamble and C. B.
Gwynn. The fist six were re-elected,
and the other three were added to the
The Library is in excellent condition,
and contains a large number of excel-
lent volumes on divers subjects. It is
always comfortable, neat, quiet and
well ordered, and will continue to be so
with Miss Maggie Williams as Libra-
A adiem Premseat.
His honor, the mayor, has received
tom Ja a~pna,' eass o ilplatg
dse k Ja lk. A etudont o
will know that is a beautiful work
of at when It is stated that it was
pointed by the celebrated Jamean so art.
it. Professor Kyotlka Kobyashi, of
Tokyo, Japan.
'I'm in the Garden" is the subject,
and the palatm roere ts a handsome
Japane ladn a utiful atlndsape
of Japanoe l
This elegant palating was printed
to Mayor Gimorm by Isa Tanimura,
D. C. editor and p epritor of the
International Review, a publi-
cation devoted to general *rmatoe
printed in both Japanese mad a.gh.
and rects great credit spa the en-
terptisin and accomplished editor.
Notice to Contraters.
contractors wishing to submit a bid I
for the costruetie. of the Carnegie
Library building to be erected at Florl-
di State Normal and Industrial School,
Tallahassee, Florida, can secure draw-
in and ecifications from Edwards A
Walter. Architects. Columbia, S. C. or
from the office of Preidgeat Tallahas-
ase, Florida. All bids are to be aecom-
panied with a certified check of $200.00
for faithful performance. Bids receiv-
ed tall noon, Feb. 21slt 1107.
N. B. Young, President, Tallshs,.s.
Fla. 46-St.
In our last edition we printed a short
sketch of Prefeter A. A. Mw-re,
for whieh u rge Omeibdel o.-
vtr credit We fbad that wo ae ob.
taeSt sId that thm anbae w a es

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esetag Casl to rgeaa ta Talia.
has.e., Ma M ght, January
14 at City all..
The recent decision of the Secretary
of Commerce of the United States that
the State of South Carolina could con-
tinue bringing in Immigrants to that
State through the port of Charleston,
and the active interest taken by the
Board of Trade of the City Jacksonville
in the matter of securing a direct line
to that city for the same purposes,.
brings forcibly to mind that the City of
Tallahassee should be aroused and be-
come active in the interest of immi-
grants for Leon county. The tobacco
industry, which is just getting under
headway in the county, promises great
things for our future prosperity, and
the need of labor is already being felt.
To accomplish this purpose there
must be organisation and united action
and a Board of Trade composed of a
majority of our best citizens affords the
the best means to this end. The fact
that such organizations have been cre-
ated and disbanded in the past has no
bearing on the present. Many under-
takings have been commenced and tem-
porarily discontinued but eventually car-
ried to success, and now is the time for
a Board of Trade to succeed in Talla-
hassee. The interest of every citizen
should be centered upon the City and
County where his home is located and
he should Lay aside all differences of
opinion when working for the common
good. Look at the prosperity that has
been brought about by Boards of Trade
in other places, and *hall we who hgbv,
the finest country and the most fertile
lands remain idle and not attempt to
improve our conditions?
The subject of immigrants is one of
the greatest importance to Leon county,
and the citizens (of this county should
avail themselves of every honorable
means to secure worthy immigrants,
but this is not the only avenue through
which prosperity can be increased by
active board of trade. Factories, mills
and other industries may be secured by
properly directed effort on the part of
such an organization. Every citizen of
Leon county should esteem it his duty
to become a member of an organization
whose sole purpose will be to benefit
the entire county.
To the end that immediate organiza-
tion may be had, a meeting of the citi-
zens of Tallahassee is hereby called for
next Monday evening, January 14, 1907,
at 7:30 o'clock, to be held in the City
Hall, over the market, and a cordial in-
vitation is extended to all who feel an
interest in Tallahassee and Loon county.
W. M. McINTosn, Ja. President,
On half-ef the City ComsciL.

stestosmd 1to esae **It" NIL."
A Beautiful Song of Love. (words
and music) entitled "Life's Golden
Dream," of which the principal of the
Gem Buameum College, of Tallahassee'
Pla., is author and composer discloses
the fact that i san Artist iN ts line
as well as in Business College work.
Young men and women can not esti.
mate, in dollars and cents, the value of
taking a course in that school
Mr. C R. Oteen, of Newberry, is the
rumst of his sister. Mrs. W. G. More,
er a few days.
Hon N. A. Blitch took his seat as
Railroad Commissioner on Tuesday. Mr
Brown.e withdrawin to return to p.'.
vate life in K'sy W,.4t.
Mr. John C. B4rnett, who is attend-
ing Southerl.md College, and who was
here during the holidays, a guest of his
uncle, Hon. H. T. Felkel, returned to
Southerland last week to resume his
Mr. John L. Lafontise has taken
charge of the enlarged printing plant
of the old Fermandina Star, and will
henmeforth give the people of that city
and meeteo the New Record, and a first
elm m~paper it will be.

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Spewas te True se ..mrat Reane. JLWISH TOWN ST.
Abet River ad Barbe Im.
revemiae at Cranbelle. --
House of Representatives, Wash- A Theousad Fales to Taoe nast
ington, January 2, 1907. ti the Fe adatft of WdlBof
Editor True Democrat, Tallahassee, Tow to-nemr- w.
Fla. : Over 1000 Jewish families of the east
DAR SIR--i send oua copy of a side have started an organisath known
letter I have addressed Hon. Theodore un"The Jews--h oloy.--_ ."T.."
E. Burton, Chairman Committee on as The Jewish Colony of Wolko
Rivers and Harbors of the House of Town," with the object of building and
Representatives, relative to the port of possessing a town of their own, with a
Carrabelle. Mr. Burton requested me synagogue, hospital and market piece,
to set out in writing what appropria- y r e hpital anm r pla-
tions were necessary in our district, controlled and administered by Jews.
The committee is now making up the A tract comprising over 100 acreshas
bi-annual river and harbor bill, but, of been purchased at Elmont, Nassau
course, not being a memberof the com-county and work on the town willbe
mittee, I cannot say just what it will county, and work on the town will be
contain. I have sent a copy of my let- begun In the prng. It was bought
ter to Mr. Burton to each member of outright by Jacob H. Wollkof, of Brook-
the committee and have personally y. Morris Becker and Max H. Thuna
urged upon them to make liberal ap- the organizers have arranged with the
propriations for our rivers and harbors. owner to pay or theproperty by means
I merely send you a copy of my letter of a co operative scheme. Eac mem-
to let you see that I have done every- ber pays $1 a week. Fifty its of
thing in my power and everything that this goes toward paying forth land
can be done in behalf of the Interests of forty cents toward the building f
your section and the remainder into a reserve fund.
I am, with regards, very sincerely Wollkof, who is also treasurer, has
Vours, W. B. LAMAR. contributed twenty lots for a public
-' __ market, four for a synagogue and four
CARRABELLE HARBO. for a hospital and dispensary. Of the
'i. a v two organizers who are associated with
The harbor at Carrabelle is a very Wolikof Thuna says he will belid and
fine one, having, a you know, fine own a riding academy and a Turkish
depth of water ad wll protected bah whilelneckqr Is to build and own
against storms. East Pass is, as you the conventi on hllth to a wn
know, of considerable depth of water at mee.t. i a l.,,rh or t he tl
the present time. The citizens of Car- 'meetings are to e eld. -
Accordin to the promoters, the town
rabelle and the country around Carra-w..IA k.#^, ,fil^ SS,
belle and above it extending through- will befinis before a single tenant
bel aNdrt loi a lower Georgia moves in. The moving day will be the
out North Florida and lower Georgia, .. on f a lobs on.
are dependent for their commercial occasion for a grand celebration.
prosperity u n deep water at Eastl Beginning with the first day of oocu-
Ps d he wharves of Carrabelle iaation a set of prizes will be offered.
I arss l hp t a and te te For the first citizen born in the town,
I erntly hope that asu nt which means a boy, the parents will be
proportion will be made by your hon- awarded a prise of $. sor thi frst
orable committee, to carry out the ardedaby of6$willb0.FThe it
scheme of deep water in Carrabelle thegirl baby t set of be paid. Thellt
harbo of eighteen fet u tof the first set of twins will ==cIftw
harbor of eighteen feet up to the The first couple tobemarried in W
wharves of the city. To do this, I un- kof Town will be awarded a prize of
derstand it will cost in the neighborhood .,00
of $20f,000. I earnestly recommend T 1 e ntira o--altioB headed by
that quite a large part of this sum be The ntire wo..nition e by
made immediately availbl for Carra. wil
*^' M that ban to starting from headquarters at No. U4
tinui ag contract, so as to carry out the St.r.ngk tet f it 10 e '.ldar..l it *iNm n
hopes of the people there and those Suffolk street at 10 o 'clocks the morn-
dependnt throughout Floria and Geor- Ing. Many o the members ave not
gia upon deep water at Carrabelle. even seen the location. The line
S.up de.. wat. rro will be from Suffolk street to the Wil-
l submit herewith a letter rom on- .llambur Bride, where special cars
orable J. P. Williams, addressed to me will convey the homeseekers tothe
from Savannah, Ga. on March 27th, town siteors
1906. Mr. Williams is President of the Withntthe members will." radl the
Geogia omida and Alabama Railway, Zion Guard Vulunters, a iddish or-
Tallahassee, Fl to oCarrabelle isrt which is inscribed in old letters,"The
matter s intended tocombat the reportJewish Colony of Wokof Town." Ac-
made ob Captain avanaugh to the cording to the organizers, the town will
Chief oEn never, wherein he speakshaveits own volunteer fire department
"Th contr immediately b An effort will also be made to do away
The country immediately tributary with courts and lawyers in the matter
to Carrabel!e nas been practically ex- of small disagreements,t matmking the
haunted of naval stores, and its resour- rabbi judge and ury.N. Y. World.
ces of timber have also been largely rabbi jud and jury World.
drawn upon." .askalo SatIr hw Ia eala .
I have every reason to believe from The musicdepartma t of the College
this letter of Mr. Williams ,and from T nve music epartment o tie tSalege
my own knowlwedge of thek situation, for Women igrave an entertainment at-
that Captain Cavanaugh was utterlyda venig for the befit of
mistaken in the statement made above. de ortment that was burned dur-
The letter of Colonel Williams covers the t w'h
all matters relating to Carrabelle and the olidays. contained all the mu-
its importance as a shipping tort fully sical instruments and alltI, and it
and completely. I arnestiy ope you wsesryop ayrep te
will gve it ~11 consTiderationo, f to continue instruction in thisl tine.
statesthe matters better than I can doouThex good people o the r it t ed
it m yselfthat it was Saturday, and a neat sum
hse rivers and parts of rivers are, Tball i Mk llia Lk Chb
highr nlvaortnt to the commerce of T. Tlleabaaa Draetlc Olub met
the country through which they run. Monday evening I regular sesiui at
The recommendations of the bugineer the home of Mr. H. Sweating. on Seeth
shows their very great importance I Calhoun street. Nearly all woee prm
earnestly hope that a liberal appropria sent and enthasiastc for another play
tion will be made for all of these con- this season Several comedies sa
templated improvements. tragedies were discussed, and it waa
The fact that the coming harbor and finally decided that one of the former
river bill will be twice its usual size would be more to the publie tate at
and maybe three times, justices me in pr sent. as well as more *sualy and of.
expris thw earnest hope that these festively performed by amateurs. Oe
rivers wi bo liberally dealt with by of Bulwer-Litton's play was adopted.
your honorable committee the name of which wid be iblished at
(HOCKTAWKATCHIB RIVaR. a later date. The Dramatc Club is a
(Georg and Florida.) comparatively recent thing in Talla-
S-. Fhad. an J received eneouragin
I hope a sumeient appropriation will support from the citizens for whl
be allowed lor this river to carry the they are duly gratefuL It is aa excel.
Improvements into the PFlorida portion lent thing for the training of the mm--
of same so as to stimulate the com- bers as well as for the pleasure of the
merce skmff its banks, and in the coun- populac The next sw pmi to
try thrhugh whit ., a rood one in ovary respect
Mootlag of Nethelodist Stewards Items Vrae rtof. NcD ath.
The Stewards of the Methodist Epis- Hon W. N. Sheats has reorganised
copal Church met Tuesday even Min at and ely regraded the Tallahase
the parsonage for the first time in the+ Public -chool, and now has it in fine
new year. There were almost the working shape
whole board present. They made new "Wo.rl wt.ot;.--. e, .. a.. me ." is it
year's rolutions to have a general up- .. Wl^ l 1 11 i
Bft in thepreeot Par both spiritually i said, the rvised nlusion f T
and physically. They ated' off in a Gloria as sung by the F. C. grle up
Tvry demestrative way by raising thes Tallahasse .
as er of the mraeh. tweitw mtr et. So hM aes weo have Florida sueh i.-

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Ti TUER DwMOtAT vam wa mnu am=ms.
JT Mii ti .ln- Tb TWhM erreWBmdoemt who Th' ST esbM re it is a -riti-
... an employee of the Comptroller's of- eisd by ose or two of its eontempora-
PVLMMo seVKY rKIDAY MOrM1M0o fie., *Neds the following official state- ries on aeount of its attitude sad et-
mealt of valuation to the daily news- prelsions regarding the appointment by
ed as .esmadCllm CsMatter March It. IS .t popes on her list: Governor Broward of a successor to
9 Pet O"* at Taiushum. oriht. Uand The assessment rolls in the Comp- the late Tax Collector Charlo 3.
As t d CnmEi of Mush t". troller's office show the increase of val. Worth. It may be as well to review

0 sio Is Todkph.. iidles. C~rn r Adams sad uation in taxable property in the State the circumstance somewaat briefly.
also NsMtrwe. T.ophone No. I1o. for the year 1906 over the assessment In the beginning it was charged in a
of the previous year as follows: Tampa paper that ts9 appointment in
Sabteriptiam. $1.0 Per Yaw. in Advsees. The tax tables for 1906 show a total question was not given to the appointee
ldverthiaheRats Ao.mileatnIon. valuation of $142,018,811, an increase for reasons of fifiess-though that

Tho Tre. Demer 1s the O. il Nw over 1905 of $10,582,278 particular question Is not raised-but
f L Us c.outy. The total real estate valuation is $89,- was conferred on hfhi because he prom-
..... .-.- ---- .- (081.434. This is an increase of $6.64,- ised to give a percentage of his salary
Tallaassee. Friday, JWa. L1., 1-7. 222. Of this, the gain in city and town to pay the debts of a newspaper belong-
property is $4,997,435, and on wild and ing to the men who had secured the job
The verdict says: Washington farm land. is 11,666,787. The total for him. The Times called for a denial
county is the banner county in West valuation on personal property is $26,- of the truth of the statement, and the
Florida; West Florida the best section 994,51M,. This is an increase of $2,645,- denial was not forthcoming.
of the State." That's right, stand up 97-. The Times believed then, and it be-
hea.d for "your own," always, but The increase in value of animals in thieves yet, that the place should have
m-ny of us think the name of "our $149, fi; the increase in value of other been filled by a primary election in the
own." personal property is $2,251,373. regular customary party way. Failing
It was a very gracious act on the part The total valuation of railroads and that, it believes the ,election should
of Mr. and Mrs II. M Flagler to open telegraph i $25,942.844. An increase have been made by the county execu-
the Ponce Del-eon hotel to the teach- of $1,272,07T; made up principally from tive committee, after the manner su-
erm of the state at their state meeting increase in mileage valuation in south- perseded by the primary during the
and tender them a reception in that ern part of State and in adjustment wave of political reform some years
magnificent hostelry. The teachers a and equalization of values of rolling ago. The Times does not now nor has
prdclated the honor.- Ocalas tar. A It-mill tax general revenue will it ever believed that appointments to
bring $213,028; license(estimated)$350,- office are the perquisites of a governor,
William Sherman Jennings, ex.-(ov- 000; total, $%63,028. to be distributed among his friends, to
ernor of Flories, with his excellent siuDMATy or STATE TAXESH-1906. the exclusion of all other democrats.
wife, are guests at the Aragon Hotel, For general revenue from direct tax- Perhaps the best and clearest state-
Jacksonville, until their fine residence nation, l1-mlll levy, $213,028. meant of the Broward side of the case is
soon to be erected on Main street, in For general revenue from licenses made by the St. Petersburg Independ-
finished for theiro n r, timedd, $350,(M made by the St. Petersburg Independ-
finished for their occupancy Then our Increase premium tax, charter tax. ent, which says the appointment re-
ex Governor will occupy a mansion, a8 etc., estimated, $100,00.; total, $653,- solved itself into a "personal matter."
will the present one. For ontitutinl Stt lltax, It proceeds to show that the News sup-
Times-Union Short Talk says. A $142,01t polrted Broward'. drainage scheme, and
state commission appointedfl to irnveti- For pension, 3-mill tax, $42(;,o');. was tl .-efore entitled to a return, and
gyteo reports against state insurance for For State' loard of IHealth, h-mill o.,,,lly q 'es the adai.re in support of
tax, $71,100.
Wioiconsin, This in line, with many tax,al $ ~tat rvenue (,tmault,~ $1, Its) po1t>in thitt ** to l,, vittor hbeong
otl er careful inquiries, and when the. ;,'h,111 the spoll Possibly so, but it still
advocates of state insurance. for Flori- laves .open the question of what may
da reAume their campaign it might be AOT A IO NT. properly considered the spoils It
well to secure transcripts of thies., re- In a rc-('nt issue of the Tirnes-inion the (;overrinor of a Statet- may sell an
sults." aI atpear-d an e-x(ellent andi u. eftularticlo' appointment to a fat ofti'e for money
ou 1 . i i dica's,iring the injuirious etff rcts of th.e to ol ,pail as a reward to his factional
Would W. H. Hadler make a i' oa l failure f th. I, lurere of 1 f.7 to friends, why not so,, .ll all the ottihes'.
Hle (omptroller? ie ..rtainly .y the mandate. of h. 'ontritutioni the I ve',rnor of a Stat.e may di.sre-
eromplelnt for the position. It i. Ken- by n asking a et.w ,pportionment of it, Kar party law at his pleasure bie-
erally supposed that there' will tw. n,.'mber.-hip amnrhng the. several o.rn. .'Ul. he' kit)W that t.' )h.srvance of
"house cleaning" at the next election ties of th State, a ali urg ig this u the law would nt fatten the wallets of
of th undmnlstration and w know of a t r
of th dmnistration w kn f rtart mtter pn the attention f l personal and political fri nd-, wh
t eter brn than Sadler to sweep the Igi-lature' of 1907 hold a'ny i rimtarie at all
oumt the present incumbent of thle omp- vmg Ivn e ',,nirabl|. attn t t, that ( ive'near
troller' otlice. Tropical Ifre.eze. to, the. sublIject, and strongly, but unlu"e"- Irowardl has yigored .t lartm rule in the'
in a recent intyrvie'w with a N'ews (.cem'fully, urged the performance of th- mint,,r'et of his friends and in d,'ro'ga-'
reporter lon. Frank Adrrim said that duty evaded in 1?97 upon each subrt- tion of the rights of iehnimocrats to se-
he wouid not be! a canilidate for prte-si- ulie'nt .Legis.lature, I relspectfully sub. l.'t th'ir ,ow' ni offivceholder.s and candi-
dent ol heo next senate, that he' had rnit the following che'ne' of apportion- date s for tfl ii'-. To this violation off
held the fflice twice and had enjoyed ie nirit for the House of Re'prese'ntativs politicalal ethc'.s 1j- aedl'ed the charge that
all the honor and performed all tho' r- in the- hope' that it masy he, carefully it iicel|udes a v.-ry iw-culiar handling of
duoum labors which attached' to the lp) con.idiered by the' nw$paplert and the th,. salary of the office in question. I
Fition imid that he should vote for Hlon n,,nilh',r.4 of the' l.I'gildlature, antd its (I.-- 'What the. Tims wanted was a full ex-
fwcta, if arny, pointed out, dimcus.e'd and
W. Hunt Harris. Jasper News. corr ected efor, -the, asps-inblmngf that planation andl denial of the' truth of that
Mr. i 'yr a sin e thi body in April: charge. It wanted the Democratic
Mr. .ohin L. Taylor, u resident of this Co(unties to have three' e-presenta- voters. tf Iillesorough county to have
city, diifd at 10 o 'clwk this morning t ives : Alachua, i)uval, calia, hru conty to a
The Hiady has been prepare for ship. Hillaborough. Jackson and Marion the exercise of the right to designate
ment by ('harles A. Clark, and will he counties s to have two Representa- the man they wanted to fill the office of
tiven": Bradford Columbia, (;adsden. tax collector It wanted tre adminis-
taken to Fernandina, Fla., on the 9 Jefferson. i.eon. kadimsn, Monroe, Polk, traction of Fhlrida and Hillsborongh
o'clock itrin to-morrow morning, where Suwannee and Walton
Interment will be made Jacksonville counties s to have one Representative: county politics to be above the suspic-
Metropol .. Jan 4th. Mr. Taylor had Baker, Brevard, Calhoun, C'itrus, 'lay, ion of graft or partiality or manipula-
latve ud friends n Tallah ee w D)ade, DeSoto, Franklin, Hamilton, tion to the special financial advantage
relatives nd friends in Tallahansee who Hernando, Holmes, Lafayette Lake. of any man or set of men It still
will griev,, to learn of his death. Lee. Levy, Liberty. Manatee, Jassau, of any man or set of men
.. ..-.-. ... -..-- Orange, Osceola, Pasco. Putnam, St wants these things, it will continue to
We have been aware uof the fact fo Johns, St. Lucie. Santa Ros,. Sumter. want them, and when the time comes
some tine that Comptroller C'roum was Taylor, Volusla. Wakullauand Washing- to tight for them it willgointo the fray
posesswd of considerable "backbone," The pr.'es by which the foregoing with a light-hearteu spirit and a deter-
hut if the following from The Palatka result was attained is purposely left mination that if these things are not
News i. correct the Comptroller's spi- without demonstration, not only because won the fault cannot be laid at its
sal cord i< stiffer than even we gave it is essentially simple, b.. because door. Tampa Times
aim cord i stare tha n ii, fw*. gveothers who may seek t>. solution of -.-....-.. .. -.-.
him credit for: "Cotbptroller Croon the problem may attain 'e me-or a The Tam Times ays it probably
pgta.ed Governor froward to call an ex. different result b anote..r method. The Tampa Time say it probably
krnsrdihary session of the Legislature -HIAS.. CIOATE.. still remains true, though for the time
to provide funds to continue the work H .. .... - forgotten and disregarded, that if a
f raining the verlades, but the on. Jefferson R '"'-ow--e retired man or a paper deserves pay for serv-
Govf rnor isn't ae bold a the Comptrl yesterday from the '. t Railhoad ices rendered to a person or a faction.,
over. anr in't as bold the declinedomptr. Commisalon, of which he has hben the the pay should not come out of the pub-
iewasville Sun. efficient chairman Mr Browne's re- lic treasury.
fanv l -n tirement was voluntary, as he declined - ..
The honorable Bill .lli says that to enter the contest for re-election. Politics continue to attract the atten-
,'we (meaning the Internal Improve- very much against the wishes of the tion of the press of the State, and
ent Board) rot ourselves in a hole be- r every imaf anble person who ever did
,veint we were right, and It we were business interests of Florida He has anything that was in any way worth
right then we are right now" though been an earnest worker in the adjust- doing, whether it was yesterday or
till In the hole, to be of course. That ment of complaints flied with the Com. forty years ago, has been mentioned
one prop ton that the msons Blll aion. always along conservative for something by somebody. Orlando
right, alrght, .I putting in the "i" i d k eh e-
but e the pple, who decide the rl ne an ever seeng to make the de- So far as the Governorship. President
and wrong of a thiln and who escavate eltion. right and just, be they in the of the Senate and Speakerof the House
the holes ha'e sld that th. board was favor of the complainants or the rail- of Representatives goes, yes but have
wrong then. what 's the matter with itr roads He was honest and conscien- you noted the fact, that very few, if
being wremg now--and In the hole. tious, never radical or unrea abl ye h fct that y fw if
And what's tie use of pMlitical holes. t.ou ever r. d.l .r reasonable ny, have been mentioned as suitable

anyhow, unless it be to dump political and there Is general regret that he has candidates to take the lace of some
wrong. and I political garbage? Men decided to leave the work in which he of those Cabinet officials. Maybe the
and politiclars who are eternally right has given such universalatisfaction. people are holdin off for a c be thebold
nevvr fetch up in a hole, though they hortTalks, Tim-nion, thpple ar holding off for citizen bold
sometimes in the minority. Palatka short Talks Tm -Union. th. enough to signify his desires and show
News. fitness, the rest will be easy
, Maybe ox (GverporJlennings. who is m -.
editedtd with beIng 'paid a salary of C A S T O R IA RTh. Joy
$10 a yemr. will dvgleo some schemeshealth. s
to pull the whole thing out of that e laati sad Chile. of living ie to have good health, fse
hole, o ,,f ,=,.0,, llgki Kld Y W Iheo Almp t|d l :m-
hoe, te cf which, ey a asooon scle, The Kb Yu aiyi Aiwaj 4 u'ie need not ha blue, fretful aod
and which rcMsed the Governor and1the r av that tad taste in your mosth
wiplebrard o turn about ld fulitre- Doars the I Try lit 'ttle of Herbine, a msmtive!
wve te rd v a o in t ,o part of' o gatere of u for all liver complaint-4. iHe-r.
it, and i. the i*helaration* .4bao-.more .. .... I have u, I Hrbine for Uor..aq

land* wuld hy.mesde amlds b!Pa4rdhr
of court.

.. Iar. and tind it a fine regulator. I
wr. (oin R ;ilvetr. i *f Montl ch,-. g ladiy rt'-commnd it as a Ine medleine
wus in the c.ty 'Ihurmeay. for bIyspl,.iia, 4l Druggists.


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FFICIA L CALL Ic,., at the I.olm.I which aid watcher and challen-
SOFFICIAL CALL r hail be enitleol to ,l, iresent l during the n-
tire timne' t he poll. arr open, to challenge voters.
;l-, to witn-'s the counting of the vote anti certi-
t'vinc of t;, result" after the "lIls are closed.
The ballioH.'poll listA. returns and other records
( it\ D)erm )( rlti( Prim ir\ Ele-. oftheelect ion hall le preserved by the City Ex-
I\ ..,.,.,,.c,,o,,,mittu.e after the primary ham been
ti)l, ( ell d tI ( (.( i t'ld uieS- IaIH.i-re.lv. ratify that the ah .ive i a true and
S(r t ', op o f the call for primary election as
(1\. 11.d. l 22 i 1 IT. aid t.,,tel iv 'hf Democratic Fxecutive Committee
if Ith- 'it i of Tallahamse'e. Flu.. on the 2-th n l, [I..,. . .i'l. [. .., (.. (,,, i ft*. ,,f ih lh-I v ,,i*l" r. A D 19l07.
r i ,,f 4 li.a .-.,'.i I. .i ll,.l .h a ..ll tih,, I, ,,,v;l. l ', (;iKO. ii. (;WYNN.
fo, h i,, ,o!,lo i ,,t l It nii,' -rltl. Piniair Ii l..-l ion C ( hairn ;an )'niDemocratic 'Exe(titlve ( mmrnittee' of
I. h o.l n, t ni ,,it f Ta'laha'.i .e 'Fla.. in the' i f. l rluhhas i.'> .
o,lit .' if thi' Sholri!s il th,. ,th irth.,ei. ,f e)n ( C I'.RK KINS., Secretary.
,i rl,4-..ia. 22nl .i|a,. ot J.in.iea y. h following innpec"tors wore appointed by the
i I'-,. icr ,. .'i.i i i ni. waill stiliilown.i for ('ty E'.'er the ii .'ll, .oi, if all lheiamio,, r r %w ilates for I'. W W ilaon,
..th v, r ,-.t l for b y 'ht. ln,'io ,,n ratil.' elre tor I A i'erkin.s.
.If th-,' l 'l' I 4,6;! '*' i1, t-i I l l,'l, I t.t I!Loth H H M ic'kh-r.
l;y if P',t i.i A IA I' ir, -I.0 .in :.. aniv al.nso, t'I rk-- (Il.vi.r Johnston.
for il', ,i 'if tit, ( ity lmt ,i'i'raiti executive I' V. [atina wiai a |ipointiil CegKistration Officer,
I 'onirlilt... I'r.'vi'led. that i n ~ e.' d primary. e l is to keep the regilStration lioks ilao en from
whire n1 --av. Atiall i.-l h-l.iI on Tii.ilay. the. January Mth. 1.07, Ito January Ith, 19. 7, inclu-
.'tlit 'dln .f ..ia.'.ar A. I) :;i., to h th' hiwltl andidate,, wh,,re nominatlionl lall
Ilot ha."',', ti.a..r ra.ly'v a .irl.ty votee im tih Notice of Letting of Lounty Convicts.
flrit priri ry .i.. tlion, atm at !1cih .-ciond primary
ilertioin iitly silih ele<'torr a- were' qualified to Notice is hereby given that on Monday, Janu-
vote at the firit primary election shall be permit- ary "th. 1907. the County Commissioners of
to l to vote Wakulla County. Florlda, will let. at pubic out-
The' Ih.nio'ratic City E:xeiut;\ e Committee call- cry before the Court House door in th. town of
inrr Kal primary election hereby declare, the Crawfordville. in said County, to the highest and
terms aid condition. on which legal electors of. eest bidder. the County convicts of said County,
ferrng to bertume canilida-., or to vote at such for a period of two years from such date. The
elections hall be regarded and taken as proper contractor will be required to enter into a good
memnberm of the Democratic purty and therefore and sufficient bond. The commissioners reserve
entitled tA participate and be candidates before 1 the right to reject any or all bida.
anid vote at much election., as follows: y order of the Board CountyCommi ioners.
Those. and only those persons shall be permit- ThiJ. Da.ecnmb th 1Cl90. 4-erk.
ted to be.r,.me candklates before or to vote at o December 1th.1906. 4.3-3t
participate in the management of any primary
election held by the Democratic party in said city. UWC--r M *lce,
who ar white Demoratie electors. who declare NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX
their adherence to the principles and orfsaniza- N months after the dateof the first publics-
tionof the Democratic party, nationall Stat, tio.hereof I will preet my finalaccounts to the
county and city. who art by the laws of the State County Judge of Leon County. Florida., and apply
,if F lorida an the ordinance of the city of Talla- for my dicharw as Administrator of the estate of
hassee lawful electors of said city. who have paid C. P. havi. deceased.
their ro.l taxes legally due not le than ton days A. M. MANNING,
before oaich primary election is held. and who Administrator.
shall, when challenged by any elector, pledge in Tallahassee. Fla.. Nov. 9. 1906. 6m
writing upon oath before an Inspector to abide by
and supportnthe resultpof such primary and vote Ntice f
for the noemanees there Notice of Diseletetao ef Pirtaershlp.
Provided, that jme paermson designated by the
iy Democratic Executive Commoitte hall open Notice is hereby iven that p
registratioenofvokrsAnd keep the same open for the D. Durr. Jr.. is this day dissled, Mr. Du with-
ritration of voters aisd city on the Sth day draw rfrom the business. which wil ftr
of January. 190ri to January 0th. 190h. inelusva. be coducted by Mr. Orweory. who wWI eollet all
and shall regfiter In said books sny white Demo. of the accounts and money owingtthemfrm_
critic preon applying who in entitled under the and whoherebyn ass un reponwibe edm
State ar d ,ty Eleetl Laws to be registeied, sand will discharge al l debts aid account agailnl T
person* em reitered shall for the purpose of aids e h
primary election be dewied to be lawfully n s This 2th day a December A. D. 1M.hl
Each elector In said city quaNfeed to vote In said H.L GREGORY.
primary election hall have the right to vote for H. D. DURl i J.
oi eandsidate for Mayor ve cl nid&ates for the
City Cotuncil. ot ndi"ate for City Clerk. oneM tuI I
candidate for City Tax A oil.s one eandidato
for City Tax Collector, ad ive candidate for the If your blooadis impr. tias1aebsed irm
City Democratic ExecutIve Committee. full of hMbumas Itf y a h a s ei s mI.
rach .pww desring to have his name printed ..carb.-osst 0 sores serefarhe".
on the Frinmary Elleon alJotes a a candidate ins. rlin am balooa. sesar, pimply ld.
fornmoftOatefta nlmest il oad lic ves. Incdg b 'a i Pains. catarrF. mr*m r. s i
members of the CittDeeseeatlxec Zxoutive CAs- 111 take Botanic )
mitfee. hall ve with the Chairman of th is Sm..= owe. a sn hle' b so. le sti am
,tt or before the Mth day of January. IW7. is mae urea rs i n.o r
his notkceofoewnd ey and application to have rse1--Poo *'-" .bel- S lA e b y Twm
hisnameeopriteduponablan kto be turnisahLd .M.d M a lEL., A .At L.. tise pI.
by the sMi chairman, and aeeompanied by an cially adisL for chr le deep-. ested
aseunt of money equal to four per cent of thel a ma- e ater all e foli. 4
nUal compoeststla sof the olce for which he i a l r^-' "
candidate, and no name of any such candidate In the Circuit Court of 'Morida, .d
shall be printed upon. or oun.ted, or returned If Circuit LOn CoMat-In Chancery.
printed upon any uch ballot. unle. this p1i. Cr na. C Wm wstl ve Jans a .
shall have been complied with. Said (!=Ins mews. rss iit-SiU mfr Divine..
Si r he day of Jaeny Ito biblomadet othe adasit
A.D. 17. furnish teach nvw r -publil of the i t fo r the e that the -
in said cty. for publostibn. a list of a& the nase. dem, of the defednmat J smm is a
which hve beenled as candidates for such of. kw. ad that thee is s la the
es.ora the service of a Iu
The voting in said primary heletions shall be by wM leadthie nid "A sd dtt ti i
ballot pred gersa and used in accordance with the de f -am is ovr the g thatt-
provisions of the State election law. and shalli be it is thorearw ormld that the =ad lef
irte ad and distributed under the darer action of the Julius mnsa'm, be sn he% hb ie isd.
aW Ci Cty (nsmittee. and on said llots shall be apea to thesaldd bill of Io t c asMeu dto,
lrlntem.l. firs, the names of all can.didt., for the fourth day of March, lowsoid chat this ei
Mayor. "nd. t'he name. of all .armiuiates for the be published oSnce a wik for ight lme dt=
('ity Ciwuncil. third. 'he name" of all candidates: w esa. in the True i aroevt, a mmw, pub-
f,,r Clerk. fourth, the namns of ai r'-lndeato a for" listed In the city of Talibmslsaid in saw
Tax Asosr: fifth, the name's of al elandlatesu and State.ih dn
flo' Tan Collector. an ti sth. the namcs of alli an. Witn es. Henry T. Flkinl Clerk of maid
dI'lat feWar (t'Ity [) hi.rs F-4.iitte 7.e-wmit.att. anal he ,meaike'virfthis*'oth day of Dooombo
%, 0-the an 0'f r 'ch r i tupt of camiliedates io the. )111.
prin"tlen atlabi-i ,'ecsrye <' eah ballot. IaAt.j 1aubl Tt Mot sr
The .City l.waeilc '-Ati.c i e.eive a.Commd lite 'A C
Shall, at nn n hSth dltn after ch pramsy y A tre"' eopy--Atth _dila ihi '.
Hall *ma ipbitlyanvo eUne r'eturnnend 4. laire 44-t "'i.r*C tl0. g1 *
wI vote for e ch _,ffie. Including members of the 7- 5_ g
(City lDemnirartic ixecative 'amminltta.e an in ar eenS II
Ihat raeem a Mcomd primary will hae to e hlld U r. .. 1
Each candidate fur o .liebeing voted fw ush., ,Hor., Buggy and HarneM, at a bar-
have the riht .to pace one watcher and chaltln. i g. W. D WHlanes 4-2t. a


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i1 0 0


*. L eof er, te s

ray la who letta d y morn-
bay*beentM no h bdsdoab glooM
faf- for her home In Georgia.

Harley Boyd left Sunday morning for
their rDervtie horoe.
Rev JM. Mann and family will
leave the middle of the week for their
new home on West Madison circuit, he
having ebanged places with Rev. Mr.
Sander, who has come to us. Wq wish
Rev. Mann and family rreat suceess
this year in their new e d o0f labor and
welcome our new pastor into a field
ripe with possibilities for the Master'.
We visited friends at our Centreville
home last Wednesday and Thursday.
This place holds a charm all its own. It
is still unmolested by the locomotive's
whistle or the noisy din of the cities,
and her residents seem prosperous and
in a fgret measure cotented. The day
we left Rev. Edgar Wilson, of Talla-
hassee, went out to purchase a farm in
that country, made so petureque by
the omnipotent hand. Truly, nature
was not niggardly in bestowing her
gifts in and around the Centreville hill
country, and if her people think of se-
curing an advertiser we would suggest
the service of Mr. Wilson, who is an
ardent and enthusiastic lover of her
Friday's Democrat arrives at our of-
fcle on Mondays, thus containing second-
hand news. We are up-to-date people
at Chaires
Messrs. E. C. Smith and J. H. Pat-
terson are attending to their official du-
ties in the capital city today.
Miss Annabelle Ahney returned to
Chaires Sunday morning after her holi-
day visit.to Mrs. F. C. Coles in Talla-
Misses Fannie English and Willie
Duncan Teeford Scarborough, Fred
Story, Troupe Horn and brother were
among our school pupils who returned
to Chaires Sunday. after spending the
holidays at their several homes.
Mr. Edgar Scruggs left last week for
Vereen, where he ha.i secured a more
lucrative position.

For Rent.
Cottage for rent on Magnolia Heights;
4 rooms; $8.)00 per month.
43-4t MRS. B. J. TEMPLE.

Wanted -To buy a country ho
within four miles of Tallahassee. A
dress P. 0. Box 341. 40.
See John Lollins for Job Printing.




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if I did not have the ability and facilities to nell your proerty I cWrtainly could not af.
ford to ray fur thin adv.rti.nient. Thi ad" (like all my other 'iada) rapticall su
to place on my lint a number of new properties, and I am just as mur to ell these roper.
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S.-nitrary. I expect to find. at the close of the year
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Not take our word for it,
but let us prove it to you.



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

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baking powder. Make the finest,

lightest, best flavored biscuit, hot-

breads, cake and pastry.

Alum and alum-phosphate
powders are injurious. Do not
use them. Examine the label.


Tur'sw Prias at Loees 3fl Jans-
ary a1st asi rebavn s 4V, oVie
Ass es elf thei W m 's Chab.
Some of Tallahassee's best mu-
sical artists will contribute to
the pleasure of the occasion.
I A great treat is expected.

Of the County Board of Publick

TallahauMe. Pa.. Dec. 1. 1,6.
To lion. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk Circuit Court:
Sir- In compliance with section 3, chapter 4332.,
laws of Florida, we hereby file with you the fol-
iowinr ltrnlx'miz financial statement of all school
money. rreeived. mpsropriationn imale and war-
ranti lisued for the monrith ending the 30th day of
November, A. 1). l1W.
I. Balance In tre ury a. per iiat
statement -93,579.kI
2 receipts for month a. itemrizwl
3 Warrant. o t st anilti thmis
date 2.35, 4r,

4. Warranti, utAtandlinir as per
THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. c.ierate ast Cptol. w r',,aw t ,.n t .hi
>JOIG. COLLINS. *ablIe ( In next Saturday, the- nineteenth month o.rt'1.)
JOIS 6". COLL''s. rblisher, day of January, there will be a meeting ; ('ah I.n h)anslf tre..urer this
of the general public at the State (Cap- th .29 1
IPUBWIN1HED" V RY FIlDAY NOkNING. tol for the purpose of celebrating the ,
one hundredth anniversary of the great (;E I. DAVIS. Chairman
JudEn Oven, of Apalachicola, was in Robert E. Lee. There will be music the t u f
the city Wednesday on business and songs furnished by the good women In the district Court of the United
S- - of the town, and General Ellis and oth- States, Northern District of Florida,
A W derfl Happonig. era will speak. at Tallahasse. In Bankruptcy.
A We fti Happening. Mrs. R. II. Gamble requests that the in re-T,,,,n. ankrujt
Port Byrof, N. Y., has witnessed ,one choirs of the different churches will To the Crm'litor, of R I1. Timon, a Hankrupt., r-
of the moit remarkable caism of heal- meet at her house on Saturday after- '",riv at fann,. lvy County, Fi,iorda. in ,Maid
ing ever recorded. Amosn F King, of noon. January 12th, at .{:30 p. im., it, Take notice that the fourth meeting ,if the
that place, says: "Hucklen's Arnica order to rehearse the songs to be sung rrhtiior, in theatv. e-am.. will k* h hld at Talla-
Salve cured a sore on my leg with on January 19th, the one hundreth an- ha***... on January 29*th. i017. in the. iUnitei
which I had suffered over 140 years I niversary of General Robert E. Iee's S te'"',,i"pio.r-ni,. a. 10 l,,cl k rn.., for the
am now eighty-five Guaranteed to birth. ""rpm. of auiiner, all further ac ount whihe
cure all sores, by all druggists; 2rc. * e.tin si the relitor rn may ,tjpct to the ast oval
The Charming Woman of Ih.. .m.-.) and for ,loin anything further in
Mr. Wallace H. (uarterman, who has im not necessarily one of perfect storm Datie'dth", January 7#h.,tlr
been visiting relatives in Savannah for and features. Many a plain woman WII.I.IAM(v. HOiCDG;.Es,
the past week, returned Monday. who could never serve an an artist's 4e.-'2t Referee in Harikru;itcy
Carrie Nation model possesses those rare qualities Sickness of Mr. DvalI
that all the world admires; neatness,
certainly smashed a hole in the bar- clear eyes, clean, smooth skin and that The whole community is shocked to
rooms of Kansas, but Ballard's Hore- mprightliness of step and action that hear of the critical illness of Mr. Eu-
hound Syrup has smashed all records an accompany good health. A physically gene Duval, one of our most popular
a cure for coughs, Bronchitiv, Influenza weak woman in never attractive, not and prosperous merchants. Mr Duval
and all Pulmonary diseases. T C. I. 'even to herself. Electric Bittern re- wa:. taken with pneumonia a few weeks
Horton, Kansas, writes: "I have never store weak women, give strong nerves, ago, and for the last few days has been
found a medicine that would cure a bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, seriously ill. His many friends are
tough so quickly as Ballard's Hore- beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at anxiously hoping for his speedy recov-
hound Syrup I have used it for all druggists; Oc. e ry
years." All Druggists. -,1
...... Under the heading of "Live Local NMr. C. T. Hancock Stricken.
Mr. A. W. Dougherty, of J'aragould, News" the Tallahassee True Democrat .ast week his many friends were
Ark., was in the city a few days thin publishes a poetic effusion on the birth painfully surprised to hear that Mr. C
week on busine ssof (hrist The Democrat isusually up- T. Hancock. the popular agriculturist.
.l t.*e ...We. to-date in all respects, but this could had sustained a stroke of paralysis.
All tIe World hardly be clauliffed as a "scoop."- This inhis first stroke. and is universally
is a stage, and Ballard's Snow Liniment Tampa Times. Sure you are on that hoped and believed that his powerful
plays a most prominent part. It has score, Brother oneof our standing heads physique and constitution will be able
no superior for Rheumatism. stiff as will happen in the best regulated of to withstand the strain, and, while he
Jonts, cuts. sprain., and all pains printing offices, in a hurried makeup. in dangerously ill at time of going to
uy it, try it, and u will always use was let over that tic eff it. Anybody who s used Ballard's which had been hard to us by an old he will soon be convalescent
Hnow Liniment i a living proof of what gent nmian b )k agent who haptlened in ... ----
It don. Buy a trial Iittle. 2 cents town ar:d claimed to be the author of it Four dollars will pay for the Jackson-

ou cents and $1.U. All I)ruggints
buma & Co pride thernmielves upon
having the largest, prettiest and most
complete line of Evening Slippers ever
brwuht into Tallahasseep For an thing
fired b way of pretty evening shlp-
m Hurns & C. 46

A emerlle y vinie r..vening metropiim until january,
Ahe able Day. 19(0. The quicker you send in your
Oae of the day" we remember with name the more you will get for your
gleamur,. as well ap with profit to our mhey It iP not often ytu can (et
health, ip the one on which we became moe I bargni in ua newaper.
acquainted with Dr. King's New Iif res Carter & Russell Publishing Co.,
Pilsa the painlem puriflerm that cure Jacksonville. Fla. 44-tf
headache and billioumness and keep the
bowels right. 2,6c at all druggists Subscribe for The True Democrat.


Pensacola, T1a.,
"The Deep Water City."

Nothing But Fun and Frolic

Feb. 11th and 12th.
King Priscus arrives Monday Feb. 11th, and is re-
ceived by a great civic and military parade, and then his
subjects begin the fun and frolic.
Tuesday the 12th, masking and graniest parad eveer
seen. Thousands of dollars have been spent on the floats.
They are beautifully decorated in the most gorgeous colors.
This Mardi Gi as will be the best in Pensacola's histo-
ry, and WILL NOT be equaled in any other city.
Don't fail to spend Feb. 11th and 12th at Mardi Gras
in Pensaeola. Everything will be cast aside to make you
have the best time of your life.


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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one oif these litt', im-
proved iwket savings banks to help you to save your nickles and (times? It is so arrar ged tlut
you can de poit half a dollar or smaller (coins. It is of a sze convenient to carry in the vest ( ocket
or a ladies hand bag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an account with everylvoly in this vicinity.
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who % ill dei; oit one dollar and promise to
ipen an account with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These .banks are delivery d to )( u
locked and can only be opened by us
You would b surprised to know how much money you can save in five year- Iby takitis care
of your small change and dclistirg in a sH ~inp.s bank
It is not wine to siave money Iv ke,'[eing it in the- hwiu.c t .Rcus. there is danger of loss by
thieves and tire, and besides it i rot .rkirg r yt hirnl I i.t lit(.- it with us and it is earnir -onme-
Ihing. We ipay :i er cent imt't.t i, n nild jpoiit of 4(in t 'lliar .ril upwards. Into-rest p eiixis are
first daH\ v f April and O'ct0oer
l4i-1w w'e gi% a t.i'l. show viari hi w sa ingsM will ;cci nut ilttt e in fiv' oi.rs, r"imputed on a ba-
pus of :1l:t working days in the 'air. at :!' lir ,e t irnte '-t.

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for S yearn

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.Mr. Prd Melialiwn left Meday for
hi home Il Tampa after a short visit
to Mr. Bradford Byrd in thbi'ety.
entativo of The Globe Tailor. INETEEN HUNDRED AND SIX, with its appointments and disap- 0
_n g ll be with Bum & Co. on
eisan 19Sake thro forhprin sam- L pointments, with its weal and its woes, fortunes and misfortunes.
Suits. pleasures and displeasures. Gone because we have passed the 1906 mile-
Dr., H. E. Bierly returned to Cbatta-
noo Monday, after a visit to thehig post Not forgotten, because the hand of time has dealt both gently and
schools oftheState for the purpose I plentifully with us.
S securing recruits for Grant Univeraity. I
Mr. Frank Keen is ejoying a few And now, as we are just entering the race of 1907 as against our rec-
weeks visit to friends in Ogethrope # b
and Montezuma, Ga. rope ord of 1906, we wish to thank our friends sincerely for the liberal patronage
Don't forget that our Sporting Goods given us during the past year. And in soliciting the pleasure of your fur- )
complete. T. B. Byrd their valued business, we wish to impress upon your mind that we are not
ars. E.n Dickey, ofdnApalachicola, unmindful of your interest, and this year we expect to put forth, if possible,
is the guest of Mrs. T. P. Strickland. I greater and better efforts in way of giving better values and closer prices )
forms. Jackonvsb Dawhere shef visiting Tuesday than ever before. When you buy from Duval Bros.' Cash Store you can 1
Mrs. Porter in Riverside. I rely on the Quality and the Price being right.
Try Duffey's Non-Alcoholic Apple
Juice. A fine and sparkling beverage.
T. B. Byrd & Co.
Mr. W. M. Sheets, Jr., returned Sun-
day to Atlanta, after a few weeks with THE STORE WITH RE ORD.
his parents in this city.
Best Silver Thimble, Engraved, at
E. W. Clark's at 40 cents.
Mrs. J. H. Fenn returned Sunday to
Amsterdam, Ga., after a pleasant visit --
to her family in this city. a
Miss Connie Buttrick, after a pleas-
s ant visit to her parents in Asheville. N.
C., returned to Tallahassee Sunday. High Lace Shoes and all winter goods i iss Damea's Debut. Ebie Quaile, Clifton Byrd, Claire and Ghost Stories.
Try Duffe's Non-Alcohol A are being sacrificed by Burns & Co. to I Marion Bowed. Some weird stories of ghost of to-
JuTry Duffey's and son-Alcohrkli Apple make room for those ten cases of Low Thursday afternoon. from four until At about four-forty-five, when the da in the great city of New York. *
T. BByrd & Co sparkling beverage. arter Spring Goods just received, six o'clock. Mrs Frank P Damon and shades of night weregathering rapidly, Wy wegrow old before our time, with
T. B. Byrd & Co. he very latest styles and prettiest her charming daughter, Miss Bessie. and a dusky and impressive quietude stories of certain kinds of animals who
Miss Ida Redding and sister. Mrs. things ih Low Quarter Shoes ever car- received at their beautiful home on had begun to reign, the electric lights live one hundred and twenty-five years
Jackson, of Greenville, were in the city tried by Burns & Co. are now in stock, North Calhoun street. from an open switch flashed suddenly or more. and how we can do it. * *
Monday, the guests of Mrs. Royal C. prices reasonable. 46 The house was tastily and elegantly on, adding the element of splendor to These and many other features of un-
Dunn. They left Tuesday morning for The Southern Railway is distributing decr ited, blending taifullv with that of beauty, and displaying to better usual interest in the "Magazine" of
Bainbnridge. a very handsome and unique calendar the tints of the backgronind. The par- advantage the unsurpassable scenic next Sunday's New York World.
--- *For breakfast try some Egv-O-See or for 1907. This calendar is on highly lors were bedecked with luxuriant Flor- effect .
Force. Nothing nicer. T B. Byrd&Co. polished wood. with an exquisite paint- 'da smilax and narcissus. while the li- A large number were present during Netice.
g of Ponce DeLeon on it, av.rtising brarv and dining rooms were very ef- the hours for receiving, and all de- I will sell my entire stock of general
Miss Onie and Mr. A. D. Zachary left the Southern's famous Palm Limited fective in smilax, fern- and pink ja-l dared the occasion one of the grandest merchandise at a bargain. Will rent,
last week tor .)urham, N. C., Miss train, which runs from New York to St ponicas. and most beautiful of the season. sell or lease storehouse and dwelling.
Bessie Zachary returned Wednesday to Augustine. The Metropolis is indebted Mrs. Damon wore a bIlack lace and Also all my stock for sale-horses,
Raleigh, N. .. and Mr. Cheek and to Mr. James Freeman, the genial dis- jet, and was indeed a charming hostess Loag Live the Klag mules, wagons, hogws etc. Have a
Mrs. Cates for Burlington, trict passenger agent of the Southern iss Damon was very prettily dressed gthrt -pying and well-established busi-
The Globe Tailoring Co. need no in- Railway, for one of these handsome cal- in a white lace robe oversatin, and car- .o r e p wuhier Ac er tth er fn nessl ould not sell, but my health
production to any man in Tallahassee. endars. Jacksonville Metropolis. ried a beautiful bouquet of white hya- the present day is "m mg live Dr. had ran tt' doctor says I must quit
who prides himself upon his dress and cinths and maiden hair ferns. the lovely King s New Discovery King of Throat 4 busine .- J. W. FaR1tLL
likes a well fitting and well made gar- Why g ft of Miss Mary A. Lewis. and Lun Remedies!" of which Mrs 416 Midway. la.
meant, Burns & Co. have received the houldour bab suffer When he In the rear of the hall. in red and Julia Ryder Paine, Truro, Mass., says:lUce.
Spring Sample, and will have in ex- should your baby suffer ? When he is green, stood the pinch Ibowl. which was "It never fails to give immediate re- 'lThe registration book of the City of
perence Tailor with them Jan' 17, restful and restless, don't experiment gsi o ded o v' a nev fr faio n m t e City D ofai
and519thS Remlembr the d nte. onthim and use any old thing o pre r by MissesJessie Edmond lief and to quickly cure a cough or Tallahasee. ftr the "City Democratic
p n Talor em J o n him and use any old thing y of son and Lila Brooks. th latter of Ho- cold Mrs. Paine opinion is shared Prinmary El .ction, calledto be held on
The fire that destroyed the dormitory White's Cream Vermifuge, greatest tor, Ga. Above the t wl was sus- by a majority of the inhabitants of Tuesay. January 22nd. A. D. 1907, will
of the fire that Female Collthe dormiat Taa known woream medicine and cure for alltest ended a large and ucious nh of this country New Discovery cre open to receive name of those who
ofhasee shouldta not be permitted ato Talla- children'swn wormdiseases. It is mand cutein itsall fruit carryingout an effect remrk- weak lungs and sore throats after all ar qualified t register for such elec-
pie or contract the usefulness of that action, builds up the system, makes bly bautiful and onfu other remedies have failed; and fr tsn, t, I, ,1C t ,* *fr the Clerk of the
fine institution. The College has but thin puny babies fat. Mrs. J. C. The dining room wasin charge of Mrs coughs and colds it's the only sure cure C('cuit courtt f(r leon Cotnty, at the
recently entered upon a new era in its Smith, Tampa, Fla writes: ".My Barber, Mrs Bowen and Miss Annie (;uarantee.i by all druggists. 5 '- antJ (.urt Huus in Tallaha"see, Florida.
history, a revival already large in re- baby was thin and sickly, could not re- Damon. The refreshments served were $1 Trial bottle free. I from JanuMyiv th, to January 20th,
sults and brilliant with promise, and the, tain its food and cried all night. I used turkey salad, wafers, nlive- and pick- t1<7. inclusive.
domitory should and doubtless will be one bottle of White'sCream Vermifuge les. rhe waitress of the occasion were Mr. ('has. A McPherson is spending Hour. for registering, 9 a. m. to I p.
rebuilt without unnecessary delay. and in a few days baby was laughing, a quartette of Tallahassee's most ,pu- a vacation from his duties at High m. a nd fr..m 2.30 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Live Oak Democrat. happy and well." All druggists. lar and beautiful younr ladies: M issue Springs with relatives in this city. P. V. Lang. Registration officer.

Women's and Misses' Skirts.

A beautiful and complete assortment in the Ready-Made Garments, embracing
Panamas, Chiffon Panamas, Serges, Taffetas and Broadcloths. A range of Styles
and Colors that cannot help but please every lady.

Every one modeled after the
Latest Creations. We are con-
stantly in touch with Foreign
and Domestic Models, and are
therefore in a position to offer
our trade tht Best what we U

know will please.

Coat Suit.

A select line ,if \veri & r*j tvt 1 t : ,. S.tyies. in
S(ray Plaid and W o 1I (, i-, S o;,t. r, '., (' )at
Styles; ('(o:t Sjit-; with full sweep Skirts. All the Latest andl I t t t.1 very
Mo(lerate ), i

Don't Worry About Being Pleased.

Our past dealings assure our patrons of the very Best to be had-- -both in Quality,
Quantity and Price,

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Short breath, fluttering,
palpitation, sinking spells
are symptoms of a weak
heart, struggling to do its
work. It must keep the
blood in circulation to
carry nourishment to
make flesh, bone and mus-
cle, and remove the worn-
out particles. When it
cannot do this, it must
have help. Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure gives strength
to the heart nerves and
muscles, and increases the
heart action.
"I am 00ad to mr that I am o much

f ghosts of to-
New York. C
our time, with
of animals who
*enty-five years
features of un-
"Magazine" of
k World.

stock of general
ain. Will rent,
e and dwelling.
ior sale-horses,
, etc. Have a
established busi-
but my health is
lys I must quit
Midway, Fla.

of the City of
ait Democratic
ledto be held on
. A D. 1907, will
ei of those who
for such elee-
e Clerk of the
County, at the
lasse, Florida.
January 20th,
r, 9 a. m. to I p.
lto r>p. m.
:i'i ration officer.

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Thmen was very levrly arranged
gra s 0a n C4ok Tails
A. C, Me's Underwear
" l CMado Trimalng

Pickles Olives
Laes Eaab-oid*y
Stuffed Striped Bas., Moderne
Pomme Riasoles White Seal Champagne
Napkins Silk Liinags
Fillets of Beef, Larded,
"-i ,, >s Cham pignons
o thern lle Paid ,Fancy StIl
New Potatoes in Cream, Butter Mana
Seminole Outing Percales
Young Turkey with Sage Dressing,
Cranberry Sauce
Dress Goods Victor Shirts Seeko
Garden Peas Steamed Rice
Buttons White Lawn
Lettuce and Tomatoes
Orange Blossom Zephyr@
Ice (Cream in Form Fancy Assorted
Ladies' Underwear Ribbons
Cheese Cracaers
Neckwear Our Salesmen
Fruits 4-4 Bleached
Coffee Cigars
Overalls Collections
mIs This at Rome.
The following simple home-made mix-
ture is said to readily relieve and over-
come any form of rheumatism by forc-
ing the kidneys to filter from the blood
and system all the uric acid and poison-
ous waste matter relieving at once
such symptoms as backache weak kid-
nes and bladder and blood diseases.
Try it, as it doesn't cost much to
make, and is said to be absolutely harm-
less to the stomach.
Get the following harmless ingredi-
ents from any good pharmacy: Fluid
Extract Dandelion, one half ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Mix by shaking well in a bot-
tle and take a teaspoonful after each
meal and again at bedtime.
Thin simple mixture is said to give
prompt relief, and there are very few
cases of rheumatism and kidney trou-
bles it will fail to cure permanently
These are all harmless, every-day
drugs, and your druggist should keep
them in the prescription department; if


Also the largest line of 10O to 25c NOVELTIES ever offered.
Souvenir Glassware is something handsome. Give us a call and see what

not, have him or THE COVINGTON CO. wholf-eah* drug houses for you, rather
Sthin fail to use this, if you are af- ft er rel
IiHginning with the new year, the, fij, fL D o M9
iusinesms of Covington Comrnpny having .
grown to such large magnitude, the The Uawrillen Law.
Shoe Department, was transfe.rred to WHEEL WHRIT and LA(Ksl n.
Mr. E ,. I Hutchinson., one of Florida'.1 Mui'ch bhas Iiven written and siiil re.- .1
most popular citizens, iand one who hasm cotlyv aitbout "the unwritte-rn law It "
friends all over the St atte, once having hais cro epied out in nume-rous murn r e.
traveled Florida in the interest of th,. trials. ynthings and other episo,h general l Repair Shop.
Covington Co. The (ovington (o 1.th legal and outraireou.. 4suhinlme and Horse Shoeing by an ex-
taken am a whole, is one< of the most riuulous Judge Thorniit J Kernan, ert who has had years
iroximNroun and sMi'tcceful whol.v.ale in a recent addrei- before the Ameri- pert who has had years
10usePsP in Jacksonville. o. the SoutthI for can lar As.sociation, went ... far as ti f e experience.
that mat ter, and it is attrilbutablel to make a list otf ten ,otrfera m-e- comin tin- _111
many causes, among them. on account de'r this "jurisprud-ence of lawlessne.s.A,
of thea character of the men themselves., it he ws Ihpleased to call it, but what
the quality of goods handled, and an- 's generally p.oken of is "the unwrit portion of the public
other on account of the character of ten law" patronage Ia solicited
trien the firm employs and their way of Now, if this unwritten law as sound and satisfaction i uarani
dealing with and handling them .very law, wh., in Heaven's narn,.. do, not the dsatifa on uaran.
employe of the firm, eides ie IncinK paid several e.gilatures of the Stites m e teed.
promptly go>d palaritM,. are once or twice h.otly it in thi' a year presented with a check for a what excuse Is there for its enforce-
good little amount, an a share of the ment, especially if not Po embodied ? Economy y Feence I
handsome and profitable business done, Are the aw-makers anti law-enforcers
and as a reward for their success, as ashamed of it. or is it seriously regard- If you intend to do Fenc-
each employee had helped to make it. ed as a weight in fixing and determine f you in tend twi o dpay o toee
This season l addition to the accus-. ng legal prosecution. n, it willbefore puray ouin.
Amed mh traveling salesman As a matter of fact, one may well he m si.
7I4in th a handsomely bound suspicious of these statutes of the in. I am General Agent for
i ria Bfrandum book. Among agination, if they are om unreaionable the sale of the Economy
e- lN the Covington Co., and as not to he allowed a place among the Fence, and know it to be
H JI Shom Co now are Mr. lawn of the land, and no one must blame the very
Jme rT.. n r,. *B. Castler the man who, under such circumstances,
aMd Mr. Pred. De9e6ry, of Tallahassee, indulges in the word "fudge.' made
allot whom are tpledld men, and who ever memorable in the intensity of DEST and
take the dee* t Intret in these twoI meaning by the immortal Oliver Gold-
Arms. and w dhodea love-the men at smith .Tampa Tribune. . QH B APBS7
the blad of them. selowwill be found Mr. (harles (,. Pultston left Tues-
account of a repton and banquet, y for Jacksonville, where he will ac- [(an be built for less than
tdered the employee by the Coving- epta better poitio 1 cents a Rod.
ton Co., at the Arson Hotel, Jackson-
d n January 11907. For Bronchitis William Roberts,
Mr. R. V Coaton entertained the For hiti
employW of he a v Cton Company at SALeS AGENT,
dinner, a m a neoyable eompU- "E
t to W there nte t and 40-tf Centrevll.- Florida.
flthtfu lnthe year. Mr. Cov.
tI n 1 11of the Covington
mpy eastded the courtea to t* Hw m]

L. N. O'Neal had used hi
a o of the oeaM
* c Ir-titon i .id.od
I with flowers aid fruit,
to carnations and fens mbe*

"'Irthbobq the evemi
tast. ad phaMps one or
id mt eoed wa Mr.
Wdu wao r marked
Informalty, amd all were I
eame to as ind. for Mr.
hepitaty was very deligt
The foUlowlafgentlme.
eat: Mems . Covl
HutehiauonJame Dillin
York City, .L L Hall. P.1
O. D. Sai A. 8. Ma
Julian de c, J. K.
Bradford. J. f Powler, M
Akms, I. A. Omdth, J. C
M. F r W. Glover,
kray C. I. Winston J. A.
. Adams, L. C Dennar
B. Castler J. A.
roer and M. L. Byrne.
The attractive menu
rtietie cards., bearing o
mw fegold letters: "A
to our employee, coi
.1 6- Covington, Presden
RM *kath m ew $evorv

them were
the wittiest

iorry when I
f were pros.
ngton, E. L. It hemls the bronohial tubes
Tham of New Md4 rmgajesm .ggh
d. Hawkins.
Dougall, St For eatarles oldashioned4 od
bernathy, S. liver oil ha been prescribed by phy-
1. Cobb. G. I, salans the world over for coughs,
. Madison. I). bronchitls, weat lungs and consump
J. E. Elmur tion, but ,ahy could not take It ona
MacRae., C accoWtt'lIt useless Ashy oil
k. J. T. Per- Anyone can take our deliclou cod
Perry, C. W. liver preparation. VInol, which con.
talnas all the medicinal and curative
was on very elements ofecod liver oil actually
in the front taken from frets coils' liver. but so
SHftppy New oil., and wherever olI.fashloued cod
m Ants of liver oil itA ry 1., Vliol will do far morret oo
Try It on outr guarantee.
S Drus Compay
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Cream ue


THE CNM.mUs FiwS it&.
Sesw" r omroav*Oos.
Tml seWis iPs**M**** *v *
Ballard-Snew Liniment Co.
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$7.50 F. 0. B. Depot

$8.50 delivered in city

Tallahasee, Fla.

Our stock of Fine
we have to offer.



Confectioner I Crocer


Prompt Delivery.



Telephone 82.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co,

saG*pdlrntwa bb".ARN Mi 9be~ Okibp,
~~o allrua k sbtd ofm"no udheam
indm s dr-Mib ba, uh hmhaed
podf bb enf eft--mpwok oosad. u mwbf --wa
bw =* Un.- Oma awbe Md.som a em
dm wi smai,. pge a "ttels ~ ~

to be an m in Oeveep swt~.
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Old Kemper Livery Stables.


Under New Management.

50 pgr citof OryVr h* B, i Wby h avie
Repair your Hoots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranty
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Cleaning. Dyeinsr and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your I
suit made new for little morn y First-ClassTaitlor Repairs sad Makes Clot
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No ake.
No. 342 Ca tt St,. TPNo. m .a?.
NMM Oenw To To sa 3 RumT. N I


4. .M .
1; D1. Uw1* t
For City Exetive Comm.tt
B. PsKD5s, C sAB. A. CA

~n aben announced by my fr
City Tax Collector of the ci
I take this means of.
the eusport of the citiSenr ol
phefidEly. Assuring all
*ic I will appreciate itan(
vor to make them a painstp
efficient Collector.
Respectfully, C. Z. F

During my incumbency of the ofl
y Tax Collector I have tried hi
Troder faithful and efficient servi
believe that a large majority o
people are entirely satisfied wit
irvicee I have rendered. I believe
large majority of our people fe4
there is absolutely no reason wt
atngfe should be made In the
Wad that it would not be wise
eat of office an experienced mar
ha proven capable and trustwort
t n an inexperienced man from
better service could be expect
Sthe least
living as I do, I hereby anm
myself as a candidate for re-elec
the office of City Tax Collector.
For some years I have collected
cent of taxes due the city, a ri
believe to be unequalled in any
this size. Every year I have co
a larger percentage of taxes tf
predecessors in office did, owing
fact that I gave more time
-.i& s of the office than they
Each year, without exception,
have closed my books and ma
final settlement, the City Counc
in sessiod has highly complimen
for the splendid showing made.
Owing to continued ill health
been compelled to resign my I
as agent of the Southern Expres
pany. This will enable me, if
to devote a great deal more of n
to the duties of the office in the
and if possible to render better
I promise, if elected, not to t
tax books over to another pern
to give my personal attention
duties of the office.
Any assistance that my friend
see fit to render me will be hi
preciated. W. D. W
In the Circuit Court of Flori
Circuit for Leon County. Ih
Sail'i ndolph C.lasilnant. ve B
dolph, Defendant-Bain for Divorce.
It having been made to appear by th
ao the solcitor of the coplainant tha
demoe of the defendant Bram Randolph
Florida. but is in Thonmasville.Georgi.
United States and that there is no perm
state of Florida the service of a subp
wh wouldbind the aid defendant a
said deedattis over twenty-. o ye
It is theret" ordered that the m
Dram Randolph be. and he is hwhr
Sda ImMonday. the fou 4
fumSy i&TVrfthat thisfaerdbejgPUl
a wmkt for four consecutive*we.ks
*werml u- wewspap@ Published in I
D am rsTa eaieo'2t and tE
Witne.WHiry T. elkl. CWk of
andthe eal thereof this 26th day of D
sm1Clerkk Cir
A true copy- Attest T.
A44-t Clrk Citr

SAand preecrhebif

In Leonunty. nFlorda:
.L IWO winr orotther
aioreant in sany le
vitha s u ns or ethe
t1 t se eq ftad eM*, acu or ast
i t atS the ao
Ae to akes mrus esm.s sn t

Sae ISes.* ti*s* ..sa S ma
m U.- 22.w2tS arretter

iB to easn's ma*i* t he e*ade
w ihin thirt y days at

'--e 1 **the Maf* a

beH st safeandnot e *or toe

A1. Ao: A. H W
SApro~vel Dwymbwr 2. lowr.?.
Upace ef Steclbeldef
is hereb five" that thea
a A ^.-- ^---- (k tL4
a tq6 a* A. OH
-4t wILsoN HA

Or. Mi Heart o ure Is sold by
your druqlt who will Guarantoee that
he frttle will benefit. It It fails
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind


t.'Jos, ill

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ago, W, oQn

lt -1

S Da. 1 Moo..
For City KExecive Commltte :
B. Pmngsu CaAs. A. CAY,
JuuuLs BALL.

Sboe announced by my friends
_CityTax Colkctor of the city of
ahaesI, I take this means of solic-
t support of the citizens of Tal-
gehirally. Assuring all that
lected I will appreciate it and will
vor to make them a painstaking
efficient Collector.
Respectfully, C. Z. FeNN.

During my incumbency of the office of
ty Tax Collector I have tried hard to
nder faithful and efficient service. I
olieve that a large majority of our
people an entirely satisfied with the
rvice I have rendered. I believe that
a large majority of our people feel that
there is absolutely no reason why any
ehane should be made in the office,
&ad that i6 would not be wise to put
oMt of office an experienced man, who
has proven capable and trustworthy, to
t in an inexperienced man from whom
better service could be expected, to
Sthe leaut
Believing as I do, I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for re-election to
the office of City Tax Collector.
For some year I have collected every
cent of taxes due the city, a recordI
believe to be unequalled in any city of
this size. Every year I have collected
a larger percentage of taxes than my
predecessors in office did, owing to the
act that I gave more time to the
-Stiys of the office than they could
Each year, without exception, when I
have closed my books and made my
final settlement, the City Council then
in sessiod has highly complimented me
for the splendid showing made.
Owing to continued ill health I have
been compelled to resign my position
as agent of the Southern Express Com-
pany. This will enable me, if elected,
to devote a great deal more of my time
to the duties of the office in the future,
and if possible to render better service
I promise, if elected, not to turn the
tax books over to a,.other person, but
to give my personal attention to the
duties of the office.
Any assistance that my friends may
see fit to render me will be highly ap-
preciated. W. D. WILSON.
In the Circuit Court of Florida, 2nd
Circuit for Leon County. In Chan-


arnd take a Ik t ow v~nesW
YIA Z U te d 4btl' W
mrw "h amig ULresinsf you'" not
aecustoWO IAoSuch drivfng.so doubt
OWpohn ~wint sut~Ie om ft bWas
mesa Do tohmnto.ma kthem any-
J. P. S. Houman itop.
Phoea "stadILUS


P. O. BOX 210,



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

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



v e V- M - - -- -M m v - W a I-- -
Established 1885.






Office in Marine Bank Building, -

103 S. Monroe St. Tallahassee. Florida. f
? .

I'. 0 BOX 154.


to write for e lir tur, yet that inte my deide Ye "taM.
lWemae a Y WSPCLALTY of a

RuSed iarcuts off a day' s to wa.l
Deide to enter OW1m, .Addr .
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DIAoND Lt4GS, R018



JistD the Corrct, Thing



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Undertaker and Funeral Director,




Tallahassee, Fla.

Phone No. *

New Const antine Hotel,





The Very Best, Service at a

Reasonable Price.

FRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and Prop.

PHONE NO. 273.


........ ... - iassage, I lta i lung I, I iu i 3anp( ils uii1,II v sIK lly.
Sallie Randolph Cpmplainant. vs Bram Ran-
dolph. Defendant-B II or Divorce. SCALP TREATMENT A SPECIALTY.
It having been made to appear by the affidavit
of the solicitor of the complainant that the resi-
deA e of the defendant Bram Randolph is not in StrtlV Antiseptic
Florida but is In Thomasville. Oeorria. within the
United States and that there is no person in the
tat Floridathe servic.of a subpoena uponTALLAHASS FLORIDA
whm would bind the said defendant and that the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
sold defendant i over twenty-one mrs of me:
Itth ordrd that the amid defendant TELEPHONE CALLS FOOT OF LAFAYETTE
Dasu Randolph be., and he is here l required to ANSWERED PROMPTLY. STREET. WEST.
be and a mar en Monday. the fe rdT of Fb.WEST.
ruary 1, I and that this der be u ees
a we& for four consecutive weka a the True
Dar ulewspapel published in the city of
'Twn.aas rS.aefaisi eaidcoe AN ORDINANCL
itT. elkel, o said court
ad the seal thereof this 2th day of December. A. igg
D. AL.] Hawav T. PLKNaL. AN ORDINANCE requiring all water closet
Clerk Circuit Court. within certain limits to be connected with the ew-
A true copy- Attest systern of the city of Tallahassee. and pre.
SHaay T. LUKSL., M= a penalty for te use of any water elokete
44.tf Clerk Circuit Court. within such limit. unconnected with such system.
Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of
Aalllamae. in LMMI County, lorlida.
AN OR IN NCE '.* ,.u. *.
ASecton 1. AM water loset within the follow-
insUliit., that ti to say: Between Pensacola
street on the math Park amvee on the north. r W
AN ORDINANCE providing for making builkl. Adams street a the wet and Calhoun street on
sa i -ur andtm prescribing a penalty the east, shall within ninety days from the date
thereof of the approval of this ordinance connected
at ordaleW by the City Council of the wt hesew_%0est 0=of itr I Isuch
Je in lonl county. Forida:neetons to made in acodar-e with the V I
l lThowner'o othr h wi. provisions of Chapter XXV of the laws and Ordi. || Nl |
Sornythig attached W to B m. L. Any person using any water closet L i" ""
-au *wtha buildinger ot... er..tructur, which hal be uneonnected with said sewerage
!B 4be unsafe. so an to endangrwlifeab ste. within said limit. after the expirtionoef
"ownofesodito of Walils. goverloadedReer.2 s. psdersfronsthe date ofrapproval ofthsor.-
veSe .uction. dea..or otherMa lu isll diame il be fined not more tuhan one hundred
~eti lMres tvedfrm theM a dollars. orimnprosod not more than thirty days.
he Me" adeoAendsecure or andown w Passed the City Council on December 27. ING1'
awdes after the receipt o Pr. W. M. Mclwroam JL.
Stosemebweioe et re w tAttt A. H W IAI CityAClerk. LI
ee meIte bd e ma dem rnm.oamble. Approved December 7.. 10.
7., Itheowpr'.or ethairIos bhviesan 44 -t IP. C. GOu.uo. Mayor.
L t r*nff .st^ ae .l r orI Q i*41AL AGtNT,
r I yhlag attac hed to ora, coalted
wwrsnbuWs' stau tar. w ( ORtint* r CHAIRO. * FLORIDA.
ito auMsein tob e*-afe and seure,. Furnished or Unfurnished Rooms ____. _.
r 01s1sdow wti thIrt das after treceipt Choice location; corner Duval Pt. and
5 tasm o an S orte of Park avenue. W. D. WILSON. 46-2t Don't Have Your
w. up e....r es e.he e .s i nm annse. Cart Work BOTCHED
my be seemsry. and a se the id structure o On and after the 1st of December.
r @pn@ owe or amisted by Mrs J. W. Brutton. 1 will At the Mill.
intrteew. ^ conduct a first-class boarding house at
hs.. Asr vItiy thepro the roesideae just north of the Leon I AM THiE
'L IN sbum"SSiS'yotm rehotel. on Monroe street Everything1 T IA T
al for Amd everyday that su eat and clean, and the best accommo- If A I
Sp on hn. orfanned "M.M*.id trmue- dations at fair rates. t ....,
S tobesafe a a or take own. w88-t M. MATTI. WHATlY M AN.
afifthedxplimttion of thirtydast fn the xe- M AN ......ATTI.. WH
dalpit of id nodes. or ofthe t e or ex ten-
iofUmegi tnted6eW Vot Freach Lah d wa I build them under
tC w imrrl rmI. French language taugnt at re.idlence. Grn..it ,havebunil
PAfc w sunrL. Latest improved method. (onversa-
SAttUet: A. H. W aVm. tional. Graimarical, by exp.'rieneed hundreds ianl build
SAp roved 'ler. .C. (LParisian teacher. Mlderate terms. more ever day.
go "'of stellme' -4 --tf I.,,n HlotI. For prices write
ht". .ri h 'er*wlbe a i-FORR W H. Adkinsor
Ikta ta h_ fTUtthem wlilbeanwt I)R LN 1^s W I /U IU

A Cap of White esse er 1-*e
^ .,no" aM J4 Js Comme
Si what goes straight to the* hrt d
every man at breakfast time, and wel
one knows that only good grCers k
good coffee. We take special pride
our brands, as they have mde e
store famous. Just as good as the sel-
fee we sell are tess, which priaehp
holds good throughout our entire *tae.
We sell nothing but the best of fM
products-those we have tested
selves, and so can stand by them.
e.,J. W. CoLLINs, Grower.


Dealr ,i

Stove., Tinivatre, Wagons$

and PlurnbMI

and Sportln'fg'i

egniss7T -W-AT64 t l~ 1 soW



Day or NlIht.

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. and the .
. In the State. .

Our Stock of Rugs was nearly all sold during the holiday rush.
to make a clean sweep of it, and for the next 10 days will offer Rugs

We have decided
at bargain prices.

See Our line of CREX RUGS.





Ou6mTh fY.

The other "Wished i had."

If you "buy your
Live Stock, Bug |
ties, Harness
L5addlery from

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