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 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00100
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NO. 47.

Good GaqlW aient, Honesty 'in Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


Tasurer Knott PuMisohes the F
lowvia Abstract of General
oveuoe Account.
Treasury Departmert, State of Flori
Treasurer's Office,
Tallahassee, January 2, 1907
In accordance with the provisions
Section 126 of the General Statutes
the State of Florida, publication
S hereby made of "An Abstract of Gei
ral Revenue Account, showing the
gregate amount of receipts from ea
and all sources for the general expen
of the general government, and the
gregate amount of the disbursemei
or each appropriation on the same
count; also the aggregate disbur
ments on account ofthe interest on t
public debt, during the preceding ye
with a balance sheet showing the co
edition of all the accounts and funds
the end of the fiscal year,'" beginni
with January 1. 1906, and ending w
December 31, 196 6:
Balance as per report Jan. 1.$136,147
Tax of 1906- .---. 2.437
Taxes of 1905 186,709
Taxes of 1904 .... 295
General license tax. 300,484
A Insurance company license
tax....-----....----..--- ... -.- 26,300
Insurance agents' license tax 15,939
Insurance company premium
tax........ . ..- .... 71,570
Southern Express Company
license tax 1,250(1
Telegraph Company license
tax. 1.500
Sleeping car tax. 1,287
Interest on deposits in 190(. 10,594
Tax certificate proceeds from
H Comptroller .. 19,915')
Expense of sale tax certiti-
cats...----.--------.... 9.
Interest on tax certificates. 37,145
Revenue refunded account
tax certificates -- -..- -. 10
Corporation charter tax 29.168
Tax on commissions 2,104
For certificates under Sec.
81, General Statutes.. 68
Sale of fertilizer stamps,
Agricultural Department 29,495
Sale of feedstuff stamps,
Agricultural Department 13,294
Saleof confiscated feoedstuffs 2S#;
Automobile registration tax 3:12
Chauffeur registration tax 12s
Auction tax 13
Acts of Legislature sold 4';
Revised Statutp- sold. 4
Copie- of State Constitution
Justice M:tnualk soi, 1I
General St:'twte -,Id, hound l. 3',
Gene-afl Sitatii,.s -,IJ. un-
bound 471;
Old im ntel si( l 1
Cla-siticatiois i I y l. 1 .
C( nminr -ion i'-A 134
Fines coliect-(d by I t. It.
C'mmi.is-ion r-; 20"11
ieftund on insfurarnle '- ,licie 91
]R funded from I. S. Guv-
ernmeint account directt
t'a o s 7:1',
S S.tl .. f 1I cord of Florida
S,.lir- 7

HSE4 R~NiErNTS IN 1.11

Salaries of Executive 'ept.
Salaries of Judicial Dept
Salaries and expen.,es Rail-
road Commi:.-sionrs
Salaries clerks Administra-
tive departments
Salary clerk Supreme (Coirt.
per diem
1-Salary secretary Supreme
Court justice-
Salary librarian Stupreme
Sheriff Supr' ii.- (',Cuirt. p*'i
Janitor Supren-'e (in 1
Stenograplt'.- tim j; <- ''i, .-
preme o,.'rt
*% Messenger S Jpternm < ,mrt
Contingent \p, is- t *. -
preme Court
Purchase of li>ok- fr S,-
premne courtt ', r ,.',,
Printing Su'pr .ini#- i iort **-
port #
Hepitiiming Supi,l..m'1i' i t '1 t
Traveling p'''' n-t- mT'im
jud E.es
Ex,-jnses circuit j "lces -it-
ting in other cir -1.;-
Expen-ic-. circuit judigei. i t-
ting on Slupreme Benchh
Jurors and witnv.--es
Rewards for anmi exlpnsesmf
arrest of tugitives fiorni
just ice -
C'Ontaimgeat expenses of State-
4nterest on txoded debt of
4. State
-" antenance of lunatics
lantenance of lunatics, im-

331, 43s





Vep, serce. BOARD OF TRADE ur aster Writes A Letter. WINTER. HOME
SOn 8unday aftt" oon, beginning at B Rev Ira S Patterson. after arriving
T five o'clock, Vesper service will be held FOR TALLAHASSEE and in charge of Trinity M E. chur,'h, IN LEON COVNTY
in the chapel of the College. The pro- at Tallahassee. writes as allows to the
gram will consist of organ numbers by Florida Christian Advocate:
l- Miss Foster, drgan and piano selections Organized Last monday Evening at lDear Bro. Pasco: Wife and 1. are, Clement Acton Griscebt.
by Miss Foster and Miss Keipp, vocal Hall -All Citizens Should Now comfortably housed in one of the best i. itle
music by the College quartette, and taow parsonagesin the Florida Conference, ll :.n M.,. n a late Mrxine.l
Scripture reading. Those who attend Take an Active Interest. and this Conference stands near the. clement A. Griscom was born on the
are requested to be seated promptly at ,front in providing homes for her IPAs- ifteenth of March 1841. Hi rents
da, five o'clock. tThe ard f Trade of the city ,o t o s. were not so poor that they could not
Tallahassee has been a defunct in4titu- We are indebted to the labor and ive their children a partial education.
f Expenses collection of reve- tion for a fw years. Monday night an thought of itro. l'oage, and the lilber- Young lamentnt was sent to the public
of nue c.l c ---- f.5 64 enthusiastic few of the best citizens ality of our Tallahassee people for this schools, later to the high school, and.
Of Expenses of Legislature of nice homi- 1 an entering into "the when he had finished there, to the
of Expenses o f Legislature of 640 an(i mist influential bus-iness men mot benefits of other men's labors." oftheSociet fFriends.
ne- Publicatio n of General Stat- in the ity Hall for the pIurpose tof a An unannounced arrival, anticipate There his school days en e Upon his
utes of 253 1) general reorganization. and prevented, the usual reception ac- graduation, he was given to understand
a- State census of 1905 55 2 The meeting was called t de by corded their new pastor by the Lathes what he already knew- that henceforth
ach Salary ot Adjutant-Gsf10 neral 2,4 8 rh emelntoih. who was thtoo elected of Trinit ( h irch but while you can he would hve to depend upon himself,
SSalary ot Adjutant-General 2,(o I) Mr. Mclntosh. who was th.-n electedsurisetmthey know not defeat. fr the simple reason that th family
ses Encampmentof Florida State chairman permanently. Wewere soon mde to feel welcome inomr the simpland the family influene facould
ag- troops 23,762 ~3 Mr. F. A. Burch was elected perma- and that our lot was castamong a u-income and the family influence could
nts Expenses of Florida State nent secretary and treasurer. a ror e, Eer y knows Tal- (ono more.
ac- troops .. 12,593 92 In addition to Organization, the board lahassee Methodists and I need not par- Te rm of Peter Wri ht& mpy
se. Confederate Soldiers' Home, met to nominate a delegate to the State ticularize. Should I do so, the long, igaveo yount. rie wasco a hard and thirst em-
the supt. and matron- 585 (B Hoard of Trade. which was to meet in yet select list. might make a hungry uh workernt., wa a hard vancemen thor-
ar, Contederate Soldiers' Home, Ocala Wednesday. 16th. 'itor. (hungry for the sense that ough worker, and advancement soon
on- maintenance of hospital 407 37 Mayor F. C Gilmore was elected as belongs to somei) fy. or bo ies -and came. When he was twentytwo, he
at Confederate Soldiers' Home. the representative from Tallahasaee. the ove him) discontented with his was taken into the firm. Nw he is
in current expenses 15 Oneof the rime objects of this meet- ve m) di ntente with president of the two-hundred-million-
itf Confederate Soldiers' Home, ng of the State Board is to encouragelot. found our Presiding Elder, Bro. dollar and one-million-tonnage shipping
.onfeeratSoliers omig ofthe t B s to Wilson, at home, and am indebted to combine that is lgally known us The
funeral expenses 18( t1 immigration. Florida's advantages wil f uch hel and eseciall f comb ne that Me rally known an The
Salary of State auditor and be shown and other statistics argu- hm for m pmeeiny In international Mercantile Marine Cor-
N clerk 3,200 00 ments offered, so that people desiring his talk at Prayer-meetings the night pan
Traveling expenses of State to emigrate will have no trouble in de- itur arrivalved by the Iol fe ao e man who is conversant with the
auditor ....... 546 55 chiding the direction. the people of history of the American merchant ma-
Salary of assistant State The local board meets again next He preached to a large congregation rine can realize what it me"et that
auditor . 2,010 95 Tuesday night. All the citizens inter- u a ad chre ature Mr. Griscom was so early a member of
98 Traveling expenses assistant ested should be present, as a morecom- Sunday morning and I had the-pleasure the Peter Wright firm, for t house
16 State auditor .. 670 5.5 plete reorganization can then be ef- and profit of hearing a E. reach a stands in the development of f mer-
04 Salary of State chemist 2,000 (NI fected. good sermon I preached at night. cantile service as does the flrm of the
92 Traveling expenses of State Our Board of Stewards met Tuesday Cramps in the matter of shipbuilding.
13 chemist 1,235 21; Whitteld-Trammell. night and to my surprise, mad an assess- As time went on, Mr. Grie4n be-
Salary of assistant State Wednesday morning at 5 oent of $1 for astor salary. An came a more and more important fac.
00 chemist 1,651 N) while the town was virtually still cep, increase of $10 or 20 per cent. ou tor in the discussion of Peter Wright &
00 Salary addition. I assistant a quiet wedding was taking place. The know now I feel about this action. g company's s affairs and in the develop-
chemist 1,494 4;1 groom, i'. Ta bot Whittield. is a clerk am sorry they haven't a stronger ment of its extensive enter rises. In
6 Salary of inspector of feed- in the Treasury Department at the cap- re Church every well orani t w 171, the International a aton
stuffs 9 Itol, as well a city anti State corre- Church s wll oranid ut w Company was established, with ames
0 Travelin expenses inspector sondent for several newspapers and have much before us, o prayerful f- A. Wright, the son of Peter Wright,
of feedstuffs 523 i5 magazines He is withal a highly tal- fort, if we measure up to our opportu- the first president, and Mr. Griscom as
041 Chemicals and apparatus lab- ented young man, with excellent prom- ni.hell tell. e vice-president. In 188, Mr. Griscom
18 oratory State chemist ,3 3_7 1' i-es for a famous future. He has been it h regards to all the Hrethren succeeded to the presidency. He has
54 Printing. Agricultural De- a resident of this city all his life, and Beautiful Home Wedding. been re-elected to that office each year
6 apartment 2,1014 17 belongs to the old and honored Whit- since. When the International was
S6 Postage and stationery, Ag- tilt-Id family of Leon county. His fa- Yesterday. exactly at noon, in the 1 formed, it controlled the vessels of the
ricultural Department *614 90, their, the late R. A. Whittield, was for pretty home of her parents. Mr. and ied Star Line of Belgium and owned
-i' Incidental expenses. Agri- years county judge here One of his Mrs. William Clarke, their youngest a major partof thestock of the English
71 cultural Department 12"5 ;o b others is a justice of the Supreme daughter, Miss Marian C(larke, was uni- Inman Line, but these were not suffl-
Express and telegrams, Ag- Court, while another is cashier of theI ted in marriage to Mr. Henry Louis cient for Mr. Griscom. Under his di-
95 ricultural Department 1-4111 3 State Savings Bask. Dolive, of Tampa, Rev. John James i reaction were built, for the American
00 Incidental expenses, Attor- The bride, Mr$ Ruby Trammell, is Parsons officiating, exactly as he had I Line, the steamships "New York" and
00 ney-General' office 164 62 oneof the most I vlar and well-known at the marriages of the pretty young "Paris" in England, and, later, in
Books and book cases for young women il '.his section, and is bride's sisters, Mrs. Willis (G;ew and Philadelphia, .the "St. Louis" hnd the
00 Attorney-General's office 256 40 also of distingut ted connections as Mrs. Hi.yward Randolph, of Tallahas- '" 't. Paul," the first American passen-
Postage, printing, etc Supt. well as inclined t A'rd the literary. see. ger vessels worthy to be termed
;6 Public Instruction 1,6612 421 A very few wet present at the cere- The ceremony was performed under' "ocean greyhounds." Built under
Traveling expenses Superin- mono.s,',h t rt.ktni a:;:l Hn W a canopy of, bamboo, wild similar and Americanjegijaty ,Lat .eata were
5:31 tendent Public Instruction 6;51 oS5 V Knott, together with the Rev. Dr. palms, and from the center hung two It (i' Tii't '1Whleh
14 Uniform Syst,-m of l'uli(c Carter, who offlciktAd, comprising the beautiful white doveo. An altar was I had possessed Mr. Griscom sinehe en-
(MI Schools. Is,8s94 ( I entire part. livantiifully inmrovi iivd from Itll ferns, tered u;wmn his business life.
(MI State aid to certain cominmon ,rid,. il Irr',orm. we:...- i.tutm'l in |ialmis and calla lillic To see American ships sailing under
22 school.- 23,.1;1. 775 trave.lint.; lres. r ,i,: ,Im,,. .r aw.v to tht, 'IThe' ceremniny was v~ry simplel, thul th', American flag, and Amvrica trom-
54'' State aid for att.'ndalince' at (G. "F. & A. dr'iet. wh (il" public schools :.2,;t: .'20 th, train fr Atl nta. ;n \'hi-ch .'itv thi lrul,'s sisterr. Mrs. Ianlolplh, oI Mr. ;riscom's strongest ambition since
TI'.cchers' Suknm 'i'r TraininiiL thly-. will pinl d ths,.' 1,rr h .r t T, T;Itiiai.:t-'e.s. is nl4tron oif honir. lie ticurned to the consideration of ship-
-. Schools. 2,470 17 'hil" the ,.it\ was ;e,-(,i'i ..h .. .mirm.t ,r, 'dn atli v mFtr, thhe rern,.ny. pin problems. It was not sutfcient
l E lc'ati'n;l l F-nr",,i. i',,. (1 mi ,t 1 t ':i' .'n:;,ig' :l .-m'. .i 'It iir, i wi 'll h ni,, I,,.in \ itmn'.,.'d l.v i' i, r |;la- ihuet his cornpany should have veIM els
oIf) Not, imal Sihoi l. .. '. ..I 3,i ,iiin woul m t k,-. "1-.' n .xi mt1 n m1i tn1', ;ni 'hl, --' (f'' ils. EliHicatlioin:l l1-F nd, It, mtiiult. 1:1' th0 -urI ri- \;vas ;, ;.l'-,a -:iiint 'w.ri lir ,-1 l l l m' I voli couple. andt of theme vessels,. he thought, must fly
111 Blihnd, IY ,iaf andl Iu1im1, 1 1,7 ',,; 6-, ;:, .l .a ', . -)'jnjg .,,,Ie i- v.ish "On Educatioriil Fund. F,'ioril.a -n. ss ;armd h;ipl ,i,.s-. fast wa>-- ti,.loy.v l Tlini.-l'nin, l,"th. can work. For many years he has
Female (' o,'i i'7 2 ',.7'2 .. -. A ti'nii' the ai'lllhih ssa'eans'A whio ;at- mat ns larnesi t efft rtms to seCUre( (c r re.s-
72 Ecluuhcatioinml l rl. I iv i 'H t,,rndti.-, wri Mr. Mr. aridl Mrs lli wantrl sional action i the interests of th.'
sity of Florid.. "20,,77 o 1 i.ANeI-. sll.': II :l. 1'.'1 itan,ilii,,lh, Mrs. i -liy l.awkimn M.r American itme h ',,, marine, and tne
f i' l Education;al Fundtil. I iivtr- -,n-iiratl revenue fund .l12'i.777 2, anid 1r- I"-'riink S|pill.-r eons-t nmnim i .at'i... i.. plans that I~ld to
20) sity :i;1,,i, :s, ,.;: 71)> ( i,. nill --hool fund ,6.;7: ,41. o th, "Anri i': nr -hip .*om bine" i W oit,
liEduc'atio'ti.:l Fun l di exp ri -. '.', t x i fIi n< Ifu'., 4 ;1l Church Notices. oitl nw *' i t,., <.,n,,' ,Iri am
le I )ird of Co('ntr.,l 2.;.2'.- 1,o S,' i.' .loia ol lIi, th f Imurl :),;,77 :;;G ''Trinity M E. K 'hu'rch. South. 1. S. 'hiS is ',e"ti,'i r .'l, to ,he complex
.5, Educational Fund. .Il 'hloi- i'rincipal I of -ch.'. ltund (un- Platt.crhon. l'auster. Sr'vi'.s S liund ti al t qu,'tion i .' hlipitm.i n t;Inch Mr. Gris-
ida State C(ollege '".' :i1 in -. -'ej '..',7 7 11 a. ITn. aml 7.4 p. rim. .Jlunior 'I'. t lli .' .i'i in i, th.' first., hhe
75 Educational Fund. ol .,ioiu i l ti,' .--t of sch.'ho l :inid 1 '," ., ;7 \wrhi t h ,.:t.i;ir, :;.,. > r r .,ior has I I- e l i '* '- .l-nt of marine
Florida M military (',llh.c l, ,, i'l ii ,l of Miliaryy fund worth l.riii. ,,. .I,, p 'i A ll irn,',irm l'r,- airch'f' '. i *,'' : I ri tIs mi;pplicta-
"il Educational Fund. under uninvwested) '927 7:: reiu<-sted to aittendii. 'Ih public uul on i.. e .1 v in. t the rper-
Sec :1, (Chap .;",3 1., 71- tI Hire of State c('invi.ct- in.e I if, 2.'9 l strhmtnAg-rs spc, iall imnvit.l to worship Achar ,m,,rin II, kn', otuledg. of4his
General (printing and adver- Indiain war claim- 1.i ,- .,25, 10 )) with us. has I'cine m'so we-Il known ndl no o in-
o) tising. I.,.0,:; ;, Agr'cultural (oll. i i,,' 2.,35 '> 2 FirPst liaptist Church, on Clinton St.. Mr l\ i. IInizeId that ch w., chiten
o Printing delinquent tax lists 2,74.> '1. VWhite Collhge Mer-,i;i turi, 9,126 43 near Adnmmn, Re-. Frank W. 'Cram-r. 'I lir-t pi)-sidient of theS.. i .-tvoif-Na-
Insurance on State buildings 13,916 84 (-olored (' 146 Revenue refunded 3{7 75 Hatch expert menit 'atin n I'n Preachlring s,'rvic'.s at II a in. anti .,iid hi tis iioe of thttl ree' finr.n nln-
Refund on liquor licenses 1.190 77 fund < I 7.4pI n i. .l i,.r liatiti.:t l'uiin, I p. ni ..s Kof th.tl eixtremelv' excl,- r iv oran-
22 Lists of land entries and A1dams experi .. station Senor '. Y II., f 45p. m H P *1 r .t. mi., tIlw iritih Instit o. '.. Nstal
other contingent expenses i fand ,.- I *; pravyr an i meditation, Wedn.'sda\, 7 m'*' \rt'-at.t-. I lie'h Randd Di) m ***Istn-
0o0 Comptroller s office 7o 7' Florida Femn',. .iee nl.l- p. m All arc- cordially invite-d. : ife. ,iI Austria. andl S.t -i) uy n**
File cabinet and rearrange- vidental fuI *', 71 St. John's Episcoi'Tl Church. Rev I.,.... t Spin,. a. hi) l, ;.,-, na
on ment State Treasurer's mind. Deaf I:\ 1"i. r',In,- 'ch ')r. W 1 ''airts r. c' htor Srrv i's: miti l. ,. S1,.,.-.
office 2o4 17 dental furtn l I 11 Sundays and llHly Days. holy comnuiiun- -rance amil (;erm.am\ havealso remo-
'i (Governor's Mansion Corm- Proceed misiln- ...,.'"" 3{7 fund *i l and 7 o p mni. Frida.-ns. p.m St. MI- of n'. a;il ;arch-hiteC-tiure From Francebe
4'. Florida State Mid-mwinter FI:':x,-rin ... .- 'i ch'iae'l's (Icolor.dI. S.l'vices: Sitali;a~-. itce..'id thi, u'ros of it 'hevalier of the
I" Fai' Associatiomn I>,i.,M 111' .nt i' .. ,, ,*-, 4 p m Fridays. 1.30 p. le'giO, of lHonor. prs,.nted when he
W est Floridalu Fair Associa- ',,|I > ,' N',.r,> ...I ' (' ,tm tian S.'i.-n,'. ier w. ic-s ;,i' ht,.Il ar i-mnr *sl t"int ,t thf t jury ui'm;t' umo "ri
M, i on 2.f,, I,, in fu 'I <.v.rv -ujndc v a' 11 o,''lo,'k a. t.. in thi .im tr.cmmps rtratal. for fht I'arn l.xpo-
Ca Amt for relief of IH S. & C' |i...., i . ti i *-"m rc mi. s..<,d, story, of t.e' luild-, s-ltin, ,f 1t l,.im. m (;c'rmntm has
S. Mattox and 1 4 M<' -' mr t.at< of h,' ,Mistotlliet. This rm',,n is om. We t mnm thie I the tie' Ite 'a e.
5.2 le, 47,, i n I .. ,m' ; :.. ,s, us.,. am a bhri.stian, S.' .i-c' ,,.,,.'.ammid r giv. the* h, io, tht Enmple..r r when
.\ A t for r,.l.' f of 1T. II .I...k- ,i-m rni. t,,, ,- ,,p.'. ,, d.ilv ,.x'.c. pt S .uel.v.s. 'r t i 'ir . n- tr,.vei .nt: through
1>' .-uinn *'-' ,l i .- --; u- '... w..e.n *n.' hours of' l n d Ii 1 I . -ati,,n-ry, L S Exe.utItve l r.partm .ntm 1 ;.. : I'. [II ,' ,.u l i'II, ]" ; p a A (n r.. .. W m. ri. 'nseol i\ not in the- el.ms .f
i oi.tag.. <-xpress and t.id l .<~ si ter- .-t m hfl In'ri 'r' wh,, ; n I;>p., a l, h of doinh ohl' ione.
7i' grarn, Secre-t;arv iof Star,' ".n: '; fCmril 11. ).'. /," I''-,m l';"-t,,orr l^,,,ltr ,.~ .me at II t i, ..' wll e has somehow.' found
Rep irs. anir other'in 'mcie ital I'.i, i ttr.'..-it ,., m' ';;rl ", ,"n ''' r m, .l', 7 ; t er interests t or th r i ter st than thi..e of
77. exp-'n '.s, att C a. 'ol. l,,,,T ;. +lll{,*,. 'r'. .. ..f FI, , la-st,, S,h.lt:tih .i, ....*m ,,,,,,.i ,,,, ,,ea m i rin l ie la. 's ;e lmur'.
i im' i, li hts a', wi ;t .-r t ril I i ', ', ; t t i part i1 c.mht - "$ ( 'it itol 1 :1 ; I'., I ,n ,.,.* -t -.,,,,, l. .,1 w ,rl, b-+ ith r-p' ute. II, .,n ., in
ir.ni,- r arnl iarr.r ,' ) ,I *' .. ,, A Strange story. t.>ir'iinr ;o1l is presit'Ident of. ti l-, Nu-
1, (a;,ito! 7Jc ,i |-- l | %" A.eltll, oIf l he-.lit .u t ','m l "Trma itl ('tenemi n\. th.he largest
W atcnrnman at C4 ,pit,,l ;, 0 lm,''I'uI ir l ,', ;, ,,, l i .. N. C.. te-li, a sitrange ,',ry ot 4',,em-ern mn the. world fir h.,iillhnir th.'
.Ianitcorsat ( 'ajeatnl 72"i p mmit '< i., ., .I" i-.,,l, ci a, ut ,l'.'mirt,' : was I bain bad < ndi. trat'pu'*rtatilu n of it l in l'ilpe'., and its

I Total di i ,ur r m 'h p,;li e ,intw ,..il\ t, -. tion for min'ntn--, but gopt no relief. My .stor. e in tanks Andm as a matter of
:U Total di.burem7ents ffor rf'Inmg ,ni l, ..'. int mir to $1 ,.;;. I-ri'rnI hadl l < oppdl.' al but the }min, the I unnu Iva.nima l.ilroad directorate.
4 theyear 77 t 7 arin intr. ,*' the ratv of : it .\tt Aer taking part of a bottle of Wine his influe.t.e, i that corparation is see-
Balance 12-77 -' cent per anrr- 1!of wh,'-h ar* hei -I cf 'Cardui, nature worked prolperly anti i n'Il Inily to th., ,t' its president. A. J'.
a(la by th-, .h.iaet' i",nds oI f the Stati'. witouI t pasI. I .ai p..lil suit'erig ( asstt. who oitlen seeks his advice.
1 $s ,M.'.:' ,oi wo-v)men to une ('ardui. A pure- sc'ii Mr. (.r':-r,in is also a director of be
Balance in the Fund .Nanu- 'A I %M V. Ksrn. tttic remedy for women's ills $1. i. ;at famoui ,, t l;inank (of Nurth America,..pf
til ary 1. 11,7 1-1.777 2 S ate,. T ea'ur'-r. druggists. 4 % I.. sIIIks,I otN .,t>h h 'Ar..


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and Just how some things have gone.
We said we did not believe It would be
worth the additional expense the tax-
payer of Florida would be put to for it,
and that the room was ample, if it was
Judicimusly used. and divided amot.g the
various departments an it should be.
There are several rooms in the base-
ment that could be cleared of old rub-
bish and used by some of the dignita-
ries, or for committee rooms. In the
Wood old days they were comfortable
and good enough for Hon. Hugh A.
Corley, L. B. Wumbwell and General
Patrick Houstoun, and their clerks to
work in, and every single one of them
were an good men, if not better than
many who have roosted higher up in
recent years. Yes, we repeat, the
people are burdened full heavily enough
without now hitching on some more ex-
tra frills, and finding new ways to
upend public money.

Resolved, That upon request for any
information concerning the affairs files
or records of the Trustees of the inter-
nal Improvement Fund, that said re-
quest be referred to the Trustees for
permission or direction relative thereto,
prior to the furnishing of any data.
cepie of records, deeds plates or maps,
relative to the Internal Improvement
Fund, under said request;
That when copies of lists or deeds or
other records, majis or data are furn-
ished to an applicant, that a copy
thereof be furnished to the Trustees.
through the heads of departments ; and
that the Secretary of the Trustees fur-
nish a copy of these resolution* to all
the employees of the Trustees.
Besides this official manifestation of
a purpose to conceal from the people
the acts and proceedings of the board,
the representatives of the True Demo-
crat have repeatedly been repulsed in
the act of seeking information from
other departments f the State govern-
ment, some of which, as will be remem-
bered, have heretofore been recited

daughter of the south who was more de-
voted, or estioused its sacred cause more
The funeral services will be held at the
the residence. 1103 Park street. River-
side, at 3:3this afternoon, and will be
conducted by the Rev. M. Campbell
Stryker. The remains will be taken to
Tallahassee, Fla leaving here at 7:50
Wednesday morning, where the inter-
ment will take place that afternoon.
Time- Union, 14th.

Wanted To buy a country home
within four miles of Tallahasee. Ad-
Ires P. () Box 341. 4).

The Je
of living is to have good health. Use
Herbine and you wifl have bushels of
joy. You need not be blue, fretful and
have that bad taste in your mouth.
Try a bottle of Herbine, a positive
cure for all liver complaints. E. Har-
rell. Austin. Texas. writes:
"I have used Herbine for over a
year and find it a fine regulator. I
gladly reoni.nd it as" fine medicine
for Dyspepsia. All Druggista. *

meinmers of thc City IDmocrate Exc utiv Cm-
mittee. shal leave with the ChimanA of this cam.
mittre on or before their lth day of January. 1907.
his notice of candidacy and hatton to have
his name sonprnted upoan a blank to be furnished
by to e ld l "Cand aeemsepanied by an
amount of mo0 equal to four per cent of the an-
nual dmpMensat of the omnce for which he is a
e iatl d no nalme ow f an such eand*ite
b elprinted uponm or counted, or returned if
pi upon any such ballot, unless this proilon
shall have been oamplied with Said Chai
shall m diately after the 11th day or Juaw
A. D. IW0?. fumish to eah newspapers, publhaMd
In said city. for publcatibn. a listof all the nam
whh have boeenled a e candidates for such of.
The voting In aaid primary elections shall be by
ballotpr re and weed iti aernoane with the
provisWons of the Btate election tw, and hal be
printed aid distributed under the diwetlsa of the
aid City Conmmtttee. and on said ballot shall be
printed. arot, the name of al candidates for
mayor: second, the nam of all candidates fr the
City Council third. th names of all tandidate
for Cerk; fourth the M namvs of all mandidklats for
Tax Amsessr; ffth. the namme of an a candidates
for Tax Oliosetr' l .xth, the names of fal es.ca
dates for City tboctir Exeutive Commit.
a&ns. the t eOfeachbgMp of candidates to be
printed itn ahlhabtiea order oN eah ballot.
The City Dimeratie Exeeutive Committee
shaL at aman othMe th da after suh pimary.
or tf an theM rtur are mt. mtat the Cty
w-rarmlt-hti bMthe M iurms and declareI
WON v 61rr b teludbw r t-
ity wMulasta l~opwthr ittee. a ia
wha t ites.WU habowto be h l.
aek hr h t am b et d for Ohall
have the ribt fop" -Sw*=s and hallel.

THE TRUE DEMOCRAT WMNsITUS sF Tor F s L LM.aM. and commted upon in these eolhums;
JO1a1 1 cel as., rulr I "The Tallahassee True Democrat, In on one roem t occasion beiag met with
answer to our suggestion that it pub- the insulting remark that "we don't
lish an itemized account of the expen- know u we ought to give you any Infor- EWONI
PUIJB HED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINo. ditures of the Internal Improvement nation, astheTrue Dtmocratisalwaya
Board, says: 'Our experience in seek. oat
-teed ad ndCIA"MtterMh.0, at Ing information from the I. I. Board, jum;'rg on us," or words to that ef-
- the los d Clat Matter March sl. idS. at now double-barrelled with the drainage feet
the i'ot ongfe at Tal .. iorida. under board, has been elpogh, and besidesdo non, therefore, the True Democrat
At or Con o M h s. t. onot remember a resolution of that realized the absolutenecessity of
board, which requires that no tw u..,
OfMe in Telephone Buidinr, Coner Adams and have access to or information from un- ang. in behalf of the people, accurate
'linton Mtretsa. Tolehome No. 190. less furnished by the board, or .ome- and detailed information concerning the
thing to that effect exactly s'tified expenditures of the I. I Board and the
"odTheh uarais not exactly satisfy Drainage Board for drainage opera-
Subarrlith,n. 81.00 I'er Year. in Advance. with this statement of the case E Drainage Board for drainage oper-
Advertising Rateson Applicatkon. tor Collins should go about this matter tions, the foregoing resolutions and its
...- .-........... - in a definite way Of course it is no own previous experiences indicated that jL _t- qw ^ al.-
Tk. True Democrat is the o(fficiel Newspaper more his business to publish these a personal application for the detailed
of I ARc lw, tuet,, items than that of any other person, a personal application for the desired
S,.* c.u.ty, butmbeIis on the ground and has ex- information wouldonlyv be met with re-. .
Sp.. reAsed a desire to know how thin fiusal and insult, and its only recourse
Tallauassee, Friday, Jan. 18., 1907. money in being spent, and we thought was to call publicly for the facts, which
that he wouldbtie a better person te get it his done repeatedly without the
A communication oon the subject of up th data t any ewar man ightest response or result.
we' know.
leasing Leon county convicts wa uIIna- "We suggMest to the editor of the fior the information of the Journal, Ind tCOdm g
voidably crowded out of this issue' It True Dli)mo,-rat that he make a request cont erning the publicity which has been O pmr ilo lralf r
will apar n will appeared tif they refuse to let him have he canOT A COTIC.
tell us why it is not forthcoming, but we w ill remark that they were pub-
Siiperinteriden.rt llolway ha; i gottten we feel sure. that the board would noot li.Thei in the official abstract or report
(out a very ne-at, w<-l! irrange'l anid at- refuse to vi ,' the information without of tfh, proceedings of the Trustees Auw# bw'4 NM H ?l
tractive programs for Arbor IDay l',.l.- iving a valid reason th-er.-for, arnd mal- t o the Legislature of 1905. and
brat ion and 1e'rv i 1e's J'e'lira I whe"n thin r<;sore is cublishe' he pe'n -
bration antd erv,.e F.bruary I ,ii can he, the judge whether the.- hlavbeen ever since' in print and easy
Iard's reason is sufficient or not. of ac,'ess to any one who desired to ex-
We serve notice on you, Mr. Iig I "The reference to a resolution of th-h arnit;e them
Man, for another time, to their e.ffe('t toard, made ty the True Democrat, is
that you are welcomrro to what you are, very indefinite, and the editor of the I,,l T. 1 Oliver. of Lake City, was'
hrue De)mocrat himself doeh not seem on legal business ar the. capital yester-
and have and can g't. and we dec lineto to know what the resolution is Now day and today, and umide, u.- a pleasant. t AperfectRemedy forCoM li
give you or any of your kind any attien- the best way to get light on this qu.s- (Col. W. D. Lomi., Mrs. Lomis and tionl.SourStomCh.Diarrhde
lion whatever in thi,,, rcoltinn., but tion in for him to go down to the execu- Miss L),omi are again in Tallahassee Worm onsnvlsins,FevWrish-
you know where to find us, if you wish tive office, or wherever the- headquar- for the winter ,ieaon, guests at the ss aid Loss or SLEEP.
y a s tern of this board are, and ask to 'e a I,o.'n Hotel.
any personal nati.f<.tion, copy of it. If the Internal Improve- We call attention t. the Piano Sale ad-. TaSiie Signature of
rie'nit Hard ',f F'loriida has decided icy vertisment in another co',innn by Mr. ,
L.aiii up for repairs ourself, and with resolution, or motion, or in any other ir Watta, of the (Cae I( i 'k ,
the' larger portion of ,our. force wret.- way, to *prohibit an irnipection if its r.ec- itadvrtisr-m'nt of Mr t,,, who has INVW YORK.
bUgo with the effects f lagrippe, this iris, it i high time the leol .,f F'lIr- ,,'l ffic. Jwclry Store
I wtie lsth, tw.et of tri'l idawe'ire' knowing it. o '. '1 .Ni'ocu
il tlie last two i sus of thi- True" ,. ur'nl t eI li.eve. hut that th f '
)e'rnocrptt have been so iewhit "hort boa,,rd will allow an inespection ot all it. 'i Celebration at Capitol
of what we' usually are, and we t,.g he rc.ctrds, and we' belie'v that it Etditor t 1, , . ..... |.
indulgenceof our tfrnd i nld piatro.s., collins makes t li. proper derarnl lor .J I.uary 1 Ith, tnere will t a ineeitig gXAcr COPfuW As.
w illr t .he ,- re c o rd s h e' w ill l I g iv er the'm nj t tn,. Anie 'i'c' w ll t a c e eb tCe
hoping we,, tnd, the, newp,, ,,,,r will x- rf,, Illiatax-arf the ate, and a t hf tecelrate the
Ilit l r hl ,,. iip ,l.ex' w,,,.k.'h tit tate', nal0 ,rvil.ee h nlr iti drer th annirversary of the birth
i eter shpe ext week. uch is entit te, a ,ll the privileges of of the great iRohbert El Iee. A plendid
.,very other citizen, and. tne aif these' ,prgrarn has been arranged, and Gene-
i our first page will Ie feuni d "An privileKe is the access to all the public r.l Ellis and others will address the
Abstract Statement of the General recortims if the State. It cannot iot eting. Let there he a large attend-
ldoubted for an instant that the records meting let there e a large attend-
levenue Account, which is published of the Hard of Internal Improvements c to do honor to the memory f ur OFFICIAL CALL
by Treasurer W V. Knott under pro.- are public records, and we believe that eaci h eftn. -
vaions of section 125t of the (General there are many people in Florida who Good Lady at Rest.
Statute and who kindly furnished a would be glad to know where the money
Statute, and who kindly furnished a in thi fund has gone, and for what Last Tuesday at about one o'clock
copy of same for publication. A like purples, during the past few yearn. Mrs. B. C. lewis died at her.residence' Cit Deniocrdtic Priniar, Elec.
statement from the I I and Drainage "It in true the Legislature has the in this city. For a long while she has tion Called to Be Held Tues.
boards, giving the public facts and fig- ixower to investigate this board, but it been gradually growing weaker, and all l e U s-
tire* an to al~ltheir Iexpnditure, would should not require a legislative investi- were conscious of the fact that the end da\. Jan. 22nd. 1907.
re as to all their expenditures, would nation to compel it to allow the inspec- of her life was drawing to a close,
be appreciated, and Floridians have a tion of its records, which are necessar- which went out peacefully, sweetly. The rDemnocratic Executive Committee of the
right to know something about them, ily public records It will be remem- calmly, just as she had always lived city of Tallahaee. Fla., hereby call and provide
for the holintig of a Democratic Primary Election
too. bered that at the last session of the Mrs. Lewis was loved by all who knew to be held in the city of Tallahassee. Fla.. in the
Legislature a bill was passed abolishing her, and the entire community extends office of the Sheriff in the courthouse of Leon
... the office of secretary and treasurer o" the deepest sympathy to her children county, on Tuesday. the 22nd day otf January. A.
In th. leD. f rn m o.c:ock a. m. until sundown, for
in the name of the people of the State this board, and providing for the inspect. and loved ones in the loses of their dear the nomination of all Democratic candidates for
of Florida, the True Democrat requests tion of its records, but this bill wa ve- mother, offices to be voted for by the Democratic electors
the 1. I. and Drainage Boards to have toed by Governor Broward. The funeral was from the family res- at the muniipal action to ibe held on the a9th
some of the army of clerical help they "When the Legislature meets in April idence, and was conducted by Rev. Dr. for members of the City Democratic Executive
these bills will be sent to the House of W. H. Carter, pastor of the Episcopal Committee. Provided. that a second primary.
have hanging about the State Capitol Representatives by the Secretary of Church, and the following acted as where necesay, shall be held on Tuesday, the
29th day of January. A. I). 1907. tochciose between
make out a complete itmnized state State for disposition, and it in possible pall-lwarers: Messrs. T. II. Randolph, the hihte't candidates, where nominations .hall
ment of all the business transactions of they may both be passed over the Gov- J. F. Spears, George B. Perkins, T. H. not have tIen made- by a majority vote in the
those boards since the last legislature. ernor's veto. It would certainly be Lloyd J. S. Winthrop, Judge J B ltn onlynd uchltora were qualified to
more appropriate for this board to take Whitfleld, W. S. Quarterman and Dr. vote at the first primary election shall be permit-
Now do not go daft over it, we do not the people of Florida into its confidence Henry E. Primer. tdtot it E
charge any thing wrong. The people in these matters than to force the Leg- nca iwell aiwell prima election hereby declares the
have a right to know and see just what islature to pass these measures over Mrs. Re a well Mawe. terms and conditions on which legratelectors of-
their public servants are doing, and you the Governor's veto and accomplish Died at the home of her daughter, electionshallbe readed ando take t sucha
know monewthat which the board can, in part, ac- Mrs. W. J. Cook, at 8:30 Sunday night, members of the Democratic party and therefore
know most weekly newspaper men have complish of its own free will." Pensa- in her 88th year, Mrs. Rebecca Elwell entitled to articipte and be candidates before
all they can do inside their own offices, cola Journal, 13th. Maxwell, relict of the late C. William and voteat such elections, a follows:
when they have not sufficient means to The True Democrat fully realizes the McWhir Maxwell. She is survived by tocandiodates before or hato vote mator
employ help for copying these many difficulty experienced by editors and hMer on, Caranpt. Maxwell Maxwell and her etiiptnld by the ma rat of any primaryty.
and volumnous documents, while the others throughout the State in obtain- daughter, Mrs. W. J. Cook and Mrs. ero whe the Democratimc rt who decla
people and some Florida newspapers are ing trustworthy information concerning Jennie C. Farrell. all of this city. tton of d the Dmratie prty, np t a.nStaten.
calling on u to eek and give It is the ondut f the public business at She was an honorary life member of county and city who a by the laws of th tat
-a of n1orida and the ordinances of the city ofaTlla.
calling on us to seek and give. It is the conduct of the public business at the Martha Reid Chapter, United hamso. lawful ellecto of said city, who have aidT
your duty to furnish it and most news- the Capitol. It was partly with a view e)aughter of the Con ederacy. and their poll taxes le oaly due not Ithahn on da
papers will oe delighted to publishit. to correct this that the True Democrat was always much interested in the before .ch Pe m linw ton bI a heid. ar. d who
S. was established, and we therefore real- work of the chapter, having proposed ritin po n at ore an nspector t abse. by
We seldom see anything on the ed- ie the right of the Journrl, and of all the name, and aiways being referred ands ruprporttenmultofsu h. primary and vote
torial page of The Pensacola Journal to as the mother c' he chapter being for hemiete dthero d
*ith whfch we do not agree, but to its others making such information, to call its oldest men' tr. C Dovcral, tict Exnertoiv Commiete all then
advocacy of the enlargement of the upon uas freely, at any time, therefore; Prior to hei C. trriaee, she was Mias realstratlonbooksandkeeptheAn.Meo for th
State Capitol we must enter protest. and we renew our promise to fulfill Elwell. of Boaitn, Mas. She came ristratn ofvotesinsaidcity n the th day
An enlargement of the building would their desires as faithfully as circum- south when only 22 aer of age on a sohaln t im Jud tnksln t.e Dnl
simply mean room for additionalclerks, visit to relatives in Leon county, where eratic Person a ings who is entitled under the
with which the prment capital is stances will permit, she met Col. Max sell. She has resided State and City Eto Laws to be regtered. and
Ioney-combed from garret to cellar. In attempting to obtain information in the south since, b-ing adopted as one ...~ r t2sa1 s'tbe Yawulof rg
No matter how large the building, concerning the proceedings of the of its daughters, and was probably bet- te red. to w u r-
thee would be no space left for com- Trutee of the Internal Improvement ter poftedin the history of the old ar- Eh elector in s-id city qualified to vote in aid
mittee rooms during the aeion of the thentrnal Improvement tocratic south than any one living, e cndate for Ma e, eidate for the
Legislature Gaineville Sun. Fund we hve bn met by the citation She possessed a wonderfully retentive City ConedL. one esndidate for City Clerk, one
The editor of the Sun, senator H. H. of certain resolutions of the board, memory, and even in her enfeebled COn- edate for it tx A '.s o* one candidate
adopted October 20, 1904, which are edition would entertain those she loved City Demosrati Executive Cmnmittf.
McCreary, has bwen about the Capitol while recitin the incident of antebell- .eh person deirng to hav his name printed
M alaw.maker for a numberof years, l or an of fl- urn timeinold Leon county Though onthe aryElet Ballots as a mandate
as knawl w-m t ha e f a nIl.ub l,. *ows: a northernor bv birth. there was n for ary of the above mawentted eMee., ineldiNr

Gro. H. GWYrAN.
Chairman Democratic Executive Committee of
City of Tallahassee.
C. W. PaIKiss, Secretary.
The following inspectors were appointed by the
City Executive Committee:
P. W. Wilson,
L. A. Perkins.
R. H. Mickler.
Clerk-E. Glover Johnston.
P. V. Lang was appointed Registration Officer.
and is to keep the registration books open from
January 8th. 1907. to January 19th. 1907. inclu-
Discharge notice.
months after the date of the first publica-
tion hereof I will present my final account to the
County Judge of Leon County. Florida. and apply
for my discharge as Administrator of the estate of
C. P. Davis. deceased.
Tallahassee, Fla.. Nov. 9.1906. Sm
Notice of Dissolutlon of Partaueshp.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between H. L Gregory and H.
D. Durr, Jr., is this day dissolved. Mr. Durr with-
drawi from the business, which will hereafter
be conducted by Mr. Greory, who will collect all
of the accounts and money owinfg to the firm,
and who hereby assume responsibility for and
will discharge all debts and accounts against the
heretofore existing partnrshp.
This 0th day of December. A. D. 1906.
H. D. DURR. J.

If your blood is impure, thin, diseased, hot or
full of humor, if you have blood poison, cancer.
carbunels., eating sores, scrofulha sesma. itch-
in"g, risings and bumped. cabby. pimply skin,
bone pain, catarrh. rheumatism, or any skin
disai., tak# Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.)
oon all s heal, aches and pains stop and the
blood is made pure and rich. Drusista or by ex-
proe $1 per to bottle. Sample free by writing
Blood Bam Co., Atlanta. Go. B. B. B. is espe-
elally advised for chronic. deep-seated cases, as it t
omes after all eleM tails. 4\0-1n.
In the Circuit Court of Florida, 2nd
Circuit Leon County-In Chancery.
Cremy immos. Complainant. vs Julius Sim-
mon. Ddndant-Bill for Divorce.
It having boen made to appear by the aoavit
of teasiletor for th complainant that the rmi-
danofthe defendant Julius Simmons is un-
known. and that there is no person in the State of
rierds the srv ce of a subpoenM upon whom
would bindthsiddefendant,and that the id
defendant Is ovw the a of twenty-one;
It is thwerfore ordered that the mid defendant.
Julaius mon. be and be hreby ti required to
a=p to the mid bill of complaint on Monday.
fourth day to March. 1107. and that this order
be published once a week for eight consecutive
weeks. in the True Dnocrat. a newspaper pub-
Isdhed in the city of Tallahassee. and in mid county
and State.
Witnam. Henry T. Pelk*l. Clerk of mid Court
and the al thereof this 1th day of Decesber. A.
D. 1 T. t

Clerk of Circuit Court

44-Pt Clerk of Circuit Court.
In the District Court of the United
States. Northern District of Florida,
at Taliah In Bankruptcy.
In re-Timol Bankrupt.
To the Creditorm of R. L Tion, a Bankrupt. r-
midin at Fanati., Lrevy County. Florida. n said
Te inodm that the fourth meeting of tbs.
credtom i the ab mcae will be hd at Tala.\
hasses. on January 19th. I in the United
State's Ceurt-en- at 10 o'eloek p. M.. for the
arm of adhi n all further accoats led O F
a ait mId bankrupt's etato (ad at wtl
metla* th eredrtwm ar mw eeet to the es l
oft ) d hef detae anything furt)aer a
said etate tUmt ay be poemr.
Deted eto JaiJam r TUlor.
M6at not"" in9tmemr"W.

A true copy-Attet:

1 _

w ser at the polls, which said watcher and challen-
ger shall be entitled to be preascnt during the en-
Stire time the polls are open. to challenge voter.
\ also to witness the counting of the vote and certi-
fying of the results after the tiolls are closed.
i The ballots, poll lists, returns and other records
of the election shall be preserved by the City Ex-
ecutive Committee after the primary has been
I hereby certify that the above is a true and
correct copy of the call for primary election as
adopted by the Democratic Executive Committee
of the city of Tallahassee. Fla., on the 28th day of
December, A. D. 1907.


'k OW

is WMsbvt

of the or in
as meeat is,

S Two i atlegats haye b
d Maebefore Secretary
.veor tome tdo, but do t sem
*ave PNrogrs d st-daJy towan*s
am .w. The Tm a Time in try.
g to solve the moktimo for them give
a few swers a follows, that occur to
it 4A i would be given by various in-
t1rMifad ndustries.
W. C. T. U.; "A vile concoction, sug-
gested by the devil with a direct view
to hatterigs homes."
A Bam Sot: "The Paradise of lost
sop sealed with the stopper of For-
et and dispensed b the Guard-
ian Angel of Good Cheer.'
Temperance Advocate: "The vilest
fluid known to mankind, produced for
the degradation of humanity."
The Crio Dealer: "The mostprolif-
ic snake incubator known to modern
The Divine: "The original curse,
suggested by an infernal genius for the
damnation of men's souls.
The Liquor Magnet: "An article of
commerce, licensed under the laws,
and struggling for a beggarly exis-
tence under taxes that are almost pro-
Rev. W. M. Poage, the presiding el-
der, occupied the pulpit at the first
Methodist church yesterday morning,
delivering a very eloquent and power-
ful sermon to a large and appreciative
congregation. Rev. Mr. Poage was
pastor of this church for four years,
leaving here nine or ten years ago,
and has appearance in the pulpit at this
church yesterday was in the nature of
a meeting of old friends. While there
were many strange faces present, yet
there were many of those friends of
other days who recalled with pleasure
his pastorate of the church for four
S years, and the service and the sacra-
ment of the Lord's supper was very
pleasant.-Tampa Times, 14th.
Wanted -To buy a country home
within four miles of Tallahassee. Ad-
Jress P. 0. Box 341. 410.
See John Lollins fur Job Printing.

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Pat ow tak i itrth Nunn A Co. receive
ftwP o afkat, without chalto. in the
Scientific .Hmrlcan.
A hanidnmely Illnitratfd weekly. T,arget m r.
ifla l I, In f1 tiy piriewiltd jo.urnal. Termsn, $3 a
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York, via W\ashlitgton. leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
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Operating Daily I hiough Sleepers from Jacksonville
to New Orleans.


full information and sleeper resei vations call on any
SIaboaid Agent or write
A mi-sttit (Gr. I -.-t ''r A pniit. Pas' enger Agent.



An ounce of Pre-m
vention is worth a
pound of Cure.

Y.VotAS ff Atq __
Is worth mrnrE to ones health than any other medicine known.
Do not hill your stomach with arsenic, calomel, quinine and
debilitate the y4,tm-r, leaving symptoms that It takos years to
obliterate. Herbine is purely vegetable containing nothing
Injurious, and is a gentle harmless purgative.

Does More Than We Claim.
Don C. Morrison, Kissimmee, Fla. writes: "I hav
used several bottles of Herbine myself and have advised
several of my friends to se same. I have found it to be
the best medielne fo," the liver I ever used. Itacts gent-
ly at the same time thoroughly."

L Ballard Snow Liniment Co. A

806-M Neth Se-id mtw


is the brand that will please you.


superior quality has been made famous both

on land and sea as the


Ivcry can is guaranteed as

to quality.
will like

more of them.

Try them, you ll Tlietonelooilthelorl




Call and see them.



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

r - -i ^ i i ^ -ii ^ i ^ i -

Special Bargains for the Holidda Trade

i'ttil .Ianuary 1st, my entin-r .,-tk of
Furniture, Rugs, Mattings. Toil- t Sets,
Inamps, I'ictures. Etc., will hbe otl'.d at
Very Close Prices.
Special Values in nice ('enter Tabt's

and Willow Rockers.
and be convinced.

Give fie

i t rial


them and want



Surplus to Policy Holders' $1,634,364.00



If you become totally disabled
the Company pays your premium
without interest and these premiums
are not deducted from face of
policy. .

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




J. E. THEUS, Propr



I am Permanently Lomted Here.


I Guarantee You Satisfaction.

To Whno It May Concern:
The bearer of this letter, Mr. Earl L. Ross,
has been in our employ for the last six years. He
is a first-class and capable Piano Tuner, and is
especially equipped and qualified to repair Me-
chanical Pianos and Mechanical Piano Players.
He is a thoroughly conscientious gentleman,
and every reliance can be placed in him.
Yours truly,

9K RR 11 FE

diliipy oldD

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Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from
grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active
rincle of every pound of Royal Baking

Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder
renders the food remarkable both for its fine
flavor and healthfuless.
No alumt, no phosphate-which are the
ipal emAents of the so-caD edcheap
Powder -and which are derived
from rock and ulphuric acid.


THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. Toture o*f Wmen.
It was a terrible torture that M
JOING 0. COLLINS. PubIhber. (;ertie McFarland, of King's Mounts
= -- " ( NI N. ('., deI critE.4 as follows : "I a
PURLIHH D -VKY FItlDAY MORNING. fered dreadful perimlical pain, and
came so weak I was given up to d
Mr (;. W. Rhhodes, of Woodville, wa.. when my husband got me Wine of (*
here on busineaM Truesday duii The fir.t dose gave relief, i
Mr. F E. Day, of Jacksinvill. waH with three lbottlen I am up doing

Turmes Prints at Is L N otel Ja-s.'
ary 31st sad February Sad, Under
Aspices of tihe Woman's Club.
Some of Tallahassee's best mu-
sical artists will contribute to
the pleasure of the occasion.
A great treat is expected.
SA Wonderftl appmlad.
Port Byron, N. Y., has witnessed one
of the most remarkable cases of heal-
ing ever recorded. Amos F. King, of
that place, says: "tucklen's Arnica
Salve cured a sore on my leg with
which I had suffered over 80 years. I
am now eighty-five." Guaranteed to
cure all sores, by all druggists; 25c.
Mr. Geo. W. Thomas, Jr., of Jack-
Konville, spent a few days in Tallahas-
see this week.
Caryie Ntiatie
certainly smashed a hole in the bar-
rooms of Kansas, but Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup has smashed all records as
a cure for coughs. Bronchitis, Influenza
and all Pulmonary diseases. T.C.H. -,
Horton, Kansas, writes : "I havenever
found a medicine that would cure a
cough so quickly as Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup. I have used it for
years." All Druggists.
Mr I K. Raker and H R Harvell,
if Crawfordville. spent Tuesday in
Allthe World
IrF is a stage, and Ballard's Snow Liniment
aiW plays a most prominent part. It has
-uf- no superior for Rheumatism, stiff
be- joint. cuts., sprains, and all pains
lie. uy it, try it, and you will always use
'ar- it. Anybody who has used Ballard's
and Snow Liniment is a living proof of what
my it does. Buy a trial bottle. 25 cents.

registered at the Bloxham Tuesday. work I cannot may enough in praise of ri cents and $1.11'. All l)ruggists.
('ardui A wonderful remedy for
Mr. E I,. Lord, of Quincy,, npent IAt druggists, $1.1 Mr. J G McGough. of Arran, was I
several days in the city this week here on business this week.
Mr. II. I Lee, of Holland, was in Stolen.
town Monday. Two rings, one good size, a Soltair The Charmiag Woman
Mr. J, C Ausley, of Slocum, Ala., Diamond, and the other a bright Ame- not necearilon of perfect storm
registered at the I eon Monday. thyst I.iberal reward if returned to inot necersaril one of pfe t torm
Mr. John McLaughlin, of Vereen, 47-tf MRS F. R. LAMB. who could never serve a an artist's
was in the city Tuesday. Ming Hazel MaNeelY is in the city via. model possesses those rare qualities
FoR RKENT. -Two unfurnished room iting her aunt. Mrs. V R. Lamb, at the that all the world admires; neatness,
suitable for light house keeping. Hef- Leon Hotel. clear eyes, clean, smooth skin and that
erence@ required. Address Box 40(2. -.. sprightliness of step and action that
47-1tr. Notice to Coatractors. accompany good health. A physically
Mr. H. N. Sweeting Junior Grand Contractors wishing to submit a bid weak woman is never attractive, not
Warden, and Mr. F. W Armstrong, for the construction of the Carnegie even to herself. Electric Bitters re-
District Deputy Grand Master, of this Library building to be erected at Flori. store weak women, give strong nerves.,
Masonic District. attended the meeting da State Normal and Industrial School, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin,
of the Grand Lodge of Masons at Jack- Tallahassee, Florida, can secure draw- beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at
sonville Tuesday and Wednesday. ing sand specifications from Edwards & all druggistt; )oc.
IAi)k at the window of Burns & Co Walter. Architects. Columbia, S. C. or Mr. J A King. of Orane Heights,
and see the prettiest display of Low- from the office of Pre-ident. Tallahas- Mr. J A Kinge of Orange Heigh Tu-
Quarter Shoes in thecity. Spring styles see, Florida. All bids are to be accom- was in Tallahassee on business Tues-
now on exhibition. 47 panied with a certified check of $2 0).0( )day
The High School News. the fruit of, Ifor faithful performance. Bids receiv- Four dollars will pay for the Jackson.
he ombHigh hned News. thea fruit of d tll noon. lFeb. 21st M197. ville Evening Metropois until January,
the combined effort fthnN. Yu, reidnt Tallaha 19 The quicker you send in your
hties, mdet andm the i prarncey for ,7 4l2t name the mnre you will get for your
on the 14th inst. It in a neat littleI money it is not often yTr u can get
pamphlet and reflects great amount of C A S T O R IA such a bargin in a newspaper. Ad
orelit (in the editors anid school it C A S T O RiAM dress Carter & Russell Publishing Co.,
contains some excellent compositions, Jacksonville. Fa. 41-tf
.stories, poems, jokes, etc and is de- r rFor I te hand Chiee city a.
aerving of libeIral I.atronage from all i You i A w.& lr.Armstronyc will pity the city a
tntervistd n the hral patronage from all tu- W professional visit in person January
interested in the .chwil and the 2tu-T2sth. and may be seen at the Bloxham
y wnt. Rears the Ho tel 47-2t
Mr. J. It. Switzr., niw of Gadsdehn Sigature of 4 /h RZE i
antintv. vIaalee I i a Visit yterday I0Subscrilbe for The True )ernocrat.

Mard i-G r a s
Pensacola, Fla.,
"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 grandest 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 Pensacola. Everything will be cast aside to make you
have the best time of your life.


30110 Tw ) Sa t C;idrt a i I Tw to
Spoons in Silk Cese. S4.3(0





Medals, Charms.

Prompt Attertit)on to M1dil Orders.
S(tistcd( lion ( udrdanteed.





41 West Bay St..

Jacksonvlle, Ilorid


liIn't vIu want t, I t4 arit H it .ank ;,,.a,, A t \V uI, I I t you like tohnv' on t' tih hitth I -
pr- i IpoI 'k "t I vmingI s ,.il)nk, t- hel \ ii t, -a\,' vo'itr ii ,Kl. I e it nl ,linm .. It Is :- ;iri;t It f t l>.,t
V.I i. ,i l.Msit half a it lollir 'r .i, ilf.r ,,,- u It s f I i/ qnv,, nt.nt t t arry in the vest I ( ,t
or ;. le.lI itihtid tlit1. It is .iIlways I. i .lv ti h '. i i r*-i -.t th .' t.liptatlint tio -ipe. nl mlnhil .
\it ant .1,f aiciount with \l 1 i r% h,|. v in t ll.. i*lnlit\ .
W.. furnish on1 of te'..-' ,i.nkis ft t,, v, rymn. k will ,de.ieosit ,n,' hIlhir and lpron.lse to
,in an accountt with u.i within thirt\ l a~i frmni receipt ,'t hnrk. The -. t anks .ri. de.liv~t.dil to you
loIkid and can only he Ol er.wid' lyv u-
Yoi would b .surpiri.,.l to knr,\ ow h imnuch nmoni mc 4.. 1 n save in tive \.tar.. I, t.tkinrig care
of vouir small change and dl aesit>q ,in a ~'viibs lunk
It is not wie to Notave nionem lt, k,' 'ping it in the' I i ., l.'cau-e' there is danger of lo-'s ly
thieve.m ad fire, and besides it i- i t n making a inytliH lt lov. it with u-s and it is earning sone-
thing. We' pay : per cent into ..,t ,n all dl'-lep tosits f (n. II,,,Ihar ai .1 upwards. Interest periodts are
first da's pof April and Octftwer
* Itelow wwe give table showing hiow savings will .neu.inuiilate' in tive years. computed on a ba-
i of(f :11:t working days in the year, at : pewr cent inter,-st.

Ii'c per day for r years.
.'v per dity for f year.
i'. pewr day for f %. earo
:;Uc per day for 6 years.
a4k- per day for 5 years.
ink' I- a day for 5 years

Am delexui~te'l.

:1, t2.

Interest earned.
$11 14_
"22 S
27 .-.
3: 42
...... 111.40

Total am't
....- . $167f64
-. 1,676.40

The capital stock of the savings bank is $20.0>.MN, with individual deposits mounting to
'. 19
Your business with us will he held strictly contklential.
( ill and get ne of these little banks while the supply lasts

ta**** am** .ow)



0. Et. LEWIS, Vkcs.rds~dt.


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(4Pokea t P 1W)

5*-. ..^-

Remember Saturday.
T. H. Lloyd, of Lloyd, was in the
.ity Tuesday.
H ecker's Cream Farina, once and al-

Best Bilver Thimble, Engraved, at
E. W. Clark's at 40 cents.
Mr. J. N. Malphurs, of Citra, spent 0
Monday in the city. INETEEN HUNDRED AND SIX. with its appointments and disap- )
Mr. A. S. MeCallum, of Havana, was #
in the city Monday. pointments, with its weal and its woes, fortunes and misfortunes,
Mr. J. L. Gree., of Greer Fla W I pleasures and displeasures. Gone because we have passed the 1906 mile-
in the city on business Tuesday.' "
Hon. W. H. Milton, of Marianna, was I post. Not forgotten, because the hand of time has dealt both gently and
mn the city Monday on business.
Cream of Wheat is good to eat and plentifully with us.
can't be beat. T. B. Byrd & Co. *And now, as we are just entering the race of 1907 as against our rec-
was ra pleaont visitor here tuesday. ord of 1906, we wish to thank our friends sincerely for the liberal patronage
Mr. J. A. McKnight, of Arran, ran given us during the past year. And in soliciting the pleasure of your fur-
up to Tallahassee Tuesday on business. *
Mr. E. E. Crawford, of Atlanta, was 4 their valued business, we wish to impress upon your mind that we are not
in the city among his many friends this l unmindful of your interest, and this year we expect to'put forth, if possible,
Col. B. A. Thrasher, of Gainesville, greater and better efforts in way of giving better values and closer prices
was in the city this week on legal busi- than ever before. When you buy from Duval Bros.' Cash Store you can
ness. >
Mr. R. H. Shackleford, of Lake City,. rely on the Quality and the Price being right.
was a pleasant visitor to Tallahassee w "
S. M. Wolff and A. B. Bliss, of Jack-
onvile, were in the cityMonday and THE STORE WITH 7 RE ORD.
Mr. R. L. A. Rozea, with his family
from Macon, Ga., is in the city for a
few weeks.
Don't forget that our Sporting Goods
Department is complete. T. B. Byrd
& Co.
Mr. T. G. Hancock came home from
the University Friday on account of
the illness of his father. Mr. Pleas Strickland left Monday for Mr. Jos. E. Browne, who was to have There is on exhibition at the Talla- Ntce.
, Try Duffey's Non-Alcoholic Apple Atlanta. where he will attend a busi- gone to Virginia to school immediately hassee Drug Co.'s store a fine sample I will sell my entire stock of general
Juice. A fine and sparkling beverage. ness college. The good will of many after Christmas, but was prevented by lemon which was produced by our old merchandise at a bargain. Will rent,
T. B. Byrd & Co. friends went with him a severe spell of sickness, left Friday friend, Mr. James Oliver, at his place sell or lease storehouse and dwelling.
Mr J. D. Dean, of High Springs, The display of Shoes in that corner for that place. at Wakulla station, on the St. Marks Also all my stock for sale-horses,
was in the city a few days this week on window of Burns & Co.'s store is the railroad. It measures thirteen inches mules, wagons, hogs, etc. Have a
business. talk of the city and the admiration of Why around and weighs 211 ounces. Some good-paying and well.established busi-
For Stetson Hats. Hanan or Queen every passer by. 47 should your baby suffer ? When he is of a lemon, that, and they areof smooth ness. Would not sell, but my health is
Quality Shoes, Trunks, Bags, Umbrel- H. H. Benedict and H. Whitney, of fretful and restless, don't experiment skin and said to be of very fine flavor, bad and the doctor says I must quit
las, and everything in the lineof Men's New Haven. Conn., and F. M. Carne on him and use any old thing your ... business. J.W. FERIRLL,
Furnishings, go to Burns & Co. 47 gie, of New York. are spending a part neighbor recommends. Buy a bottle of Long Live the HKlal 41-6t Midway, Fla.
Cols. W. W. Hampton and J. M. Riv.; of the winter in Tallahassee and sur- White's Cream Vermifuge, greatest h h E Ni "*
--drs, of Gainesville, were in Tallahassee rounding country since Monday. known worm medicine and cute for all the popular cry throughout Europeank of the Cty of
a few days this week on legal business. Mr. T. C. Watts was suddenly called children's diseases. It is mild in its countries while in America, the Dry of Tallahassee for the ion book Citof the mocratic
Col.Geo.P. Raney, Jr., of Tampa, i away Saturda to the bedside of his action, builds up the system, makes the presngewnt day over ", King olive Thoat Primary Ellahassee, for thae "City Deocratic
was in the city a few days this week on father, Dr. Watts, of Lake City, who thin puny babies fat. Mrs. J. C ing Remedies" of which Mrs. Tuesday, January 22nd. A. D. 1907, will
legal business and a visit to his father. died Saturday noon. Mr. Watts has Smith, Tampa, Fla.. writes: My Julia Ryr Pain, Truro Mass., says: be open to receive nam of o who
Easter comes early this year, and it the heartfelt sympathy of the commu- baby was thin and sickly, could not re- Juliane Ryer fails to give immediass., says: bre qualified to register for suc thoelwho
i now time tos Burns Co a nity in his bereavement. tain its food and cried all night. I used It never fails to give immediate re are qualified to re ter for such -
one bottle of Whiteo cream Vermifuge lief and to quickly cure a cough or tion, to the office of the Clerk of the
place your order for Spring Suits. 47 Col. Raymond Cay has been visiting and in a few davs baby was laughing coldd" Mrs. Paine opinion is shared Circuit Court for Leon Cotnty, at the
Ea happy and well. All druggists. by a majority of the inhabitants of Court House in Tallahassee, Florida.
Miss Eble Quaile has been teaching among his Tallahassee friends again happyandwell." Alldruggists y theDsovr ures Juar nuary 50%h
the seventh rade at the county school this week, who are always please to ,. this country. New Discovery cures from January 8th, to January 20th,
during the sickness of Miss Eppes. greet him with a warm welcome, and The Tallahassee Dramatic Club met weak lungs and sore throats after all 1907, inclusive.
The Globe Tailoring ., of Cincin- they are all pleased tolearn that Mrs. Tuesday night 4edon February other remedies have failed; and for Hours for registering, 9 a. m. to 1 p.
nati, now have a representative atg o., of Cincin- Cay is improving in health. 8th as the date for the next entertain- coughs and colds it's the only sure cure. m. and from 2. 80 p. ma to 5 p. m.
nati, now have a representative at thGuaranteed by all druggists. N0c and P. V. Lang, Registratfon officer.
Burns & Co.'s to show samples and A fine son was born to Dr. and Mrs. ment before the footlights. d Trial bottle free.off
measure for Sprinmg Suits. 47 C. M. Ausley Monday morning, and All former patients are requested to ForS mb.
Captain Ira Sanborn was in the city they and the child's grandparents. Mr. take notice that Dr. Armstrong, of Four good farm mule or sale cheap.
yesterday and today securing turpen- and Mrs. G. W. Saxon, are receiving Jacksonville. will be in Tallahassee Dr E. A. Armstrong, the well 47o4 W H. BOND Lley h Fla
tine hands for his establishment at op- congratulations from their hosts of professionally on January 2th, and known Eye Specialist, of Jacksonville, 474t W.H. BOND, Lloyu, Fla.
choppy. friends. May the young gentleman live may be seen at the Bloxham Hotel. makes his next personal professional For breakfast try some Egg-O-Seeor
to be a blessing to his family and to his 47-2t visit to Tallahassee, Jan'y 28th. 47-2t Force. Nothing nicer. T. B. Byrd&Co.
Mention The True Democrat. I fellow-men.

30330G. COLLNS. fubbiwhe.


N~iI1 1e' palid1 t(J July JifIIEi

0011111l, (AlhWraI, iiiorphiiie,I

heroin, allihit arid bet i (it-

their (1Q11 vat ive.m, il1*11%
of IDr. iles UlE'IIE'EiE54.
This appdiel4 to g'ows ini

ened, anid not tampt-ml(iQil
w'ithI. (' ertuin 1iiiiwoiilm-
loum pi'1S~lmonmal'it making
false M11tV-1WnIet.14 oI)I~t
theme remeldi('-m.
"I 1amvp Imae.rfltrotisale-a i ff a t.r
th glai'uilea'I fotr Ill laa ipsMI (''II -,CaI
fin daa~mpici' r aasldido mo. its,. flu a~'l.
12w Dr. Milat..' Antil ',VIa 'li. aae11 at
Ipso4 Ifilit a'ti uififasy 11sx1inl~laz f.a, p,' I
tI ,',u lg i t I w im'a i al tr y sa ,a m jiri~ lpl I (tll t
co, at and they haulae'ai iim. waeraalairf ashv.
I 11.1hau l f Iaega~ah'llo 410 160 1V 1I- 1111'a ife hsrl-
ly suea ialipwtirk. paa1 I slant le h''ii
M oro hod mooti t ui Itow 11 Its 1 1)i *hlalo. '
1a.101rm I Waeustill r~mlt.IIt Wat teMfla itt
,% % 111.1(; 14tial I'i, P .
6342 'ra'lai 54 $1 i ea-4t.
Dip. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are soldS bye
riout drisunist, who will %uamnt~eeta
first packieace waillInoefit ofIf t
falls, he w!11 ri-taurn your nvvrino-(y.
2! dozes, 25 cents. N ever sold in bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind

My dal'r NIimt e'r vedit ur,
Mv Ill ahe'" I it a V0.1t.10
I d.ilot know w~h~at that I,
[tit it twitirr di il l- ('1111141ti~ll s
'I'lit hat. Will right i~f~l t owi lv',
Andvl veilensill ltai~'lsi'r;
Aitl lhliev 0tser tie' l t--l~a .iake sx Ii hit1,
'J'he'y aasli'd I'lls iill; IeeE 'i Ils)
Try i'yaa VAlld ~ig aK11 'K At :,I uk
Andno15(1 fl likiki s k citidaivet,
With a litdt(lrimppIing iji( tlilM uih
( 'tit raleJt istm hv thu imi cht fit
Alwitit mr 'ily's amith
111,IF(lil''1s xtl iin tite' rirsw
Vilis-or uaarnthin, raiv i lasnilxij
Anrd during tr1in imieath'r lit.
1,14*14 g rea~t (oni sidwlkipii d k1 551rmoksa
I hid It evvr mt nike 1fm 1haMrd '!'
Palm Ko~et is nwili'se'll rtadaa
I .euding Up tea i f rimf"n t3' aral
The city niulem hauled t?1i. 14111-11,
1 he tyei v s11111 pidl fair it;
My 1.4y 1a414l1 tllltlv III.M lp WIate'l,
111 i'istl', 14h1411141haipii hit v ilit
Puttsift ve-a'ri~ranl,
f c ie iiu4ve's ilt eHt lug tiui it
Are him limiIi 'it lrolilgi'"t 4suit
And w h..i it mArrier I.e a
'iral'ieuitm him I Iti'st iibms Addale-.
Into. his lilttIa'hiandiia
My PIf will S'aire'ly Va.1 1114-1-a'

Maiki'shtim ttake'v 111411h~e~r 11.41
A'sNO N YN' I 'S. In I'iiP a cid.aa N.*e~

Burial of Robert 6. Blake.
I Ia' ais''til '6'S~t '' e ealtill-' ild '

CownTiuse roSlst PAca. :n
Philadelphia; the Fidelity Insurance
Trust and Safe Depcoit Company ; the
Western Savings Pund Society; the
Commercial Trust Company of North
America, and the Mercantile Trust
Company of New York.
Mr. Griscom's pink cheek., his oner-
getic step and his keen eyes Indicate
bounding health. They give the ite ui.
rect to the long, sweerpin, gray mus-
tache, which alone, of all the man's
features, seems to show that age is
upon him. He is of medium height and
rather inclined to stoutness. He is a
member of many leading clubs in
America and Europe, but he does not
ipend much time in them. When he is
not directing the affairs of the corpora-
tions in which he is interested, he in
enthusiastically busy With his avoca-
tions yachting and farming. Mis
friends and associates say that he is as
good a nailor and as capable tiller of the
soil as he is a shipper, because, as they
phrase it, "Hle has put his whole heart
in all three, and plays as hard as he
works." His fin-keel achooner-yacht,
"Alert," is known in half the ports of
the world. She has covered thousands
of miles, under the private signal of the
man who takes as much pride in being
the Commodore of the Corinthian
Yacht Club as being the president of
the greatest shipping consolidation
which the world has ever seen
Mr. Griscom's farm in in the center
of that Quaker Arcady, called Have-
ford, j'ut outside of Philadelphia. At
"Dolobran," so named in memory of
the family seat in Wales of his ances-
tors, the Lloyds, he in a sort of "lord
of the manor." The best cattle Jer-
s'ys andi (uerneyn, Holsteins and Short-
horrns, mniny of them prize-winners
pasture in his mealows in his gardens
grows fancy small fruits andi the best
Of the' vegetaili's u.,ual to the market
Hits dairy it a model, both for its m nth-
ol,ai and its re'ul ts "Farnm'r" iri'com
I- ui touch with all of "I)ol, rain's" in-
t r' t- ., tiand hf ik ,'.roinall a;t 'alti,,tnla'
v ilth all of it' worKarsA
'I lie, < if'a'('Io n +s,.i ttl'd in I' li. li, tria ,
in 1a6I ,, two yarrs br before V iliinli Pt'fill
,il,, isitn irk''l from, the lw .ii'. e l' '
I Thl'.-8l'. ''te' ia nl' ( ri'l ('tai'r fiia ti','ii
p l, 1itia'rit aver .siri'e in the' il till it'
tOff r 'e'*;it' hIr. .Joihirs lo. E fil-l-rrs ths
lgtt .re, f t .'' hr '.s l, hia't 'l ao I Fa ';in-
l',, ,; 1 i\ uicltin l of riot. ; ill .issi
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thi' I t'. fi to'r of the. ( rim'aa rn r'it,,t r .
v.1 til., l,; 'k Inc t he' varly d a 1'F nl -
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lo,'- fiI hi iiiot hl'r'l l1si'l', 'l lin, 1,;l
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( lai. ,ntit A (GrIi.-r'iil is t l'u'ioalf that
cla.s m ,s f A trna,'raisns, who, ,te trtiii
w itiliilut ,, lullttl > in i ulu'enit' have.' lI .-
',onite' ialit ,llin' f' in JustmIry oi -hi- Ir
foir .of b rtl wrk hondist rl Iv tl'ir cti,
I,'Alnti,,l ,llf ,*nil. lh iH oii n tfI till fia'h
r .-t i t i tiin tli'l I 'n lt 'la Stat#''., e. t lhi
I* a, ;ill life w ith i racticall\ noi 'a (' i ;ii
oth lr thnl g .ood.i 1, lll and wh l, I l-m,
ls. su. ,-e.- hha- tlea in thtIlrg s. Slinl lis,,.- (o pirpor, ,'. I u In .' -
itl i'.r, ',o' vrr intinite capact, f.,r
harli work all have played a lart't in it
il %% ilthi lh'',t. hil a.s gon y.'t ia liioth.l'
,pi. t ity th i' iili y to look i k il, lH I I' ti-
ania'. ri o I" Snntirif how thing' liri
aoIlaI Ilea la'
Mr'. l;'ywad, IC rtnda lah of 'l'illahliis-
,'', 'w I a i in t e to, lof' usamallols of honor at
thI le I .I -i lt'lurki w leddin g will miake' a
visit to letr other sister, Mr-. W illis
iei, w, Iloefre returning N Mr 1 l n- i
lIll|h ;l,-,o tutnre' ul far thke' w'i'a llw i tral
he' wiuIl his a v.irf. have' bl. In l he' l ,tI'a-.t f
ha' l(a1 'nt' M r. sn, I M r eailliiit i
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f thI I l Iial ti t 'lip ,'1 u ll t I II w I '
hy .ui w 'r tu g I '..i .. ,I I M. a,,i
A llrt d i '' u rig. Mr' I Ma I ,'a.i, .it.i
Mrs W. M. 'I,,m.
The' \M|li I'al t,','4 v,. lc ,.i' r, \W . |
C h aiiM l lr I 1 1 1 a l, '.' l% |r,,\' i ,
Jake Irown ntI .1 S~ ras
Me'risrS mithi& Ibt,'| w ra',,i,.l itr+, a
of funeral arrinize'nu'l iin li"s'a1atih: ,
repiuln'e rthe 6i%' 'wim Iske'n to I reen- -
w o d ievi'metry. l.' rfunl.ral ,c, eit its coid iiver
beii a l i|titg o > o< ene.
Al'te'r the m.ly wams lowere d int, .1.il.and strong
gris' Mr Atkiison slm ke' .1f,,w koraa'el Many peopit
salul mde ia short prayer. Th. miounfil which are likel
a a. covered with many beautiful 11,,- Iailimi1tittIon. I
erml, fern's adl puslmms iont by the llri ha uN i.1 \, ,is eo 1' dhi
ordivi', arti ,by the friet a of thI il'i1wsck h 'itka' It II ,comth.
S'litn. which I

Also the largest line of 10e to 25c NOVELTIES ever offered. Our stock of Fine
Suvtenir Glassware is something handsome. Give us a cail and see what we have to offer.


Jeff. D. Ferrell,




WH[L WHihondKi. Confectioner Grocer

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

A portion of the p'uhllc i
patronage Is solicited
and satisfaction guaran-

Economy Fence!
If yiiu intend to l l"'i ne'-
fin ., it will pay 'aui taI '. c
in i hi-fore purctlaminv.
I ami ( ,'n ral Ag-nt f)or
Ith .isale' of th' l nI' n.ui
I"'rm s ,. ail kn wv at to, lie
th, tlry

BEST and


Prompt Delivery.



Telephone 39.

agO. W. OiLS

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,

I ( l, t i i t I ,
I a .I i l ;a.l

SLungS William Roberts,
I.\ I A.I. .\ 1 .

11, 1 t ( tit t. ,


oil elements hoe) Balla
hen the lung@.
laherlt weak lungs FOIt S
Iy to be attacked by
8o also are lungs
asmse or by a stubborn b ,.
I a real coil liver npra

In the death of Mr. lMake Oria l. aI,"' nralhln with all the useless oil *"imll-
a valuable citizen and one that will It. tIuitd auld tonic Iron added, streath.*
greatly lamented. ()cala mlaisner. 40th 1 w, s hnklu and ggives one the
Iower to throw off wasting dlinass.
Hon. W A. McWilliams orie of St. i We ak every person suffering'
Aurustines most prominent itize'ins, from weak lungr, stubborn backing
eanudidate for Speaker of the next House, coughs or any wasting disease to try
of Reppr snativ was among his Tal- ViniO on our guarantee. ILJ
lhaue friends this week.D ,
f...- Talkhamagms Drflz C

F".,,i i..

| Cream Vermifuge




Ms tlNWUtI P0604469 OLT *V
ird-Snow Liniment Co.


7.50 F. O. B. Depot

.50 delivered in city


-1r.2 _

PI- and Speelfeiatlo frs tunIbed All kinds of buldngsa $ Nl -
sad seastructed aoeordlng to the Iatest improved methods.
M3KW Work-Ma tfaotnrers of all kinds of rough and dressed iUt
amaldlag. stair ralls, bahstem, porch columns, brackets, matel, SIN
Ianer gable ernamenta s d tuned and soroll work of tery, deSlt
tlea. Briek. Lime and Cemaet for sale.

AM orders will rmelve prompt
to be rast clams ia every particular.
Oeo, eS op u4 Lumber Yard o

attentloa. We guarantee or wv
Price reasonable
Seaboard A" U &as. W t ov *
P. 0. 9OX A

Old KemDer Livery Stables.


Under New Management.

1 -A * *
50 per c .\1 o' y~ i h) Bill by having
A 1. IST 'N'
Repair your Boots andi Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranty
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your od
suit mad. new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothe
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 43A t.f St. TwphoM NMe. 275.




At a e -eaesmmatl wemting of buai-
l men and t20ems of Tadlahasse
the fellwwac tcket is announed to be
e I for &I the coming Democratic
oft Primary ect :.
For Mayor:
W. M. MclTloew Jn.
For Tax A essor:
For Clerk and Treasurer:
tFor T& Collector:
For Councilmen:
Gnoaos W. SAXON,
GaomOm E. Lwlis.
8. C. JAMSa,
For City Executive Committe :
k Having been announced by my friends
for City Tax Collector of the city of
Tallahassee, I take this means of solic-
iting the support of the citizens of Tal-
lahassee generally. Assuring all ;hat
if elected I will appreciate it and will
endeavor to make them a painstaking
and efficient Collector.

Of the County Board of Public

Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 1. 1906.
To Hon. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk Circuit Court:
Sir-In compliance with section 3, chapter 4332,
Laws of Florida, we hereby file with you the fol-
lowing itemized financial statement of all school
moneys received, appropriations made and war-
rants issued for the month ending the list day of
October. A. I). \'.1).
1. Balance in treasury as. per last
statement $,4'.21
h 2. Receiptafor month an iteniized
herein 3
3. Warrants outs ta'idiingt his
date ... ..... .. .... .....l..i1..44

WarrantA outstanding as pfer
last report 64.2v
Total warrants drawn this
month .- 2.2,.7
Caah in handsof treasurer this
date . ... 3.79.1


-.. unty school levy.. . 5 162 04
Examination fees from tEppe" 26 00
Poll taxes -
Sub. School Dist. No. 1-...-------- 187 91
-- 375 86
GEO. I. DAVIS. Chairman
Attest-E. B. EPPES,
Co. Supt. Pub. Inst.
In the Circuit Court of Florida, 2nd
Circuit for Leon County. In Chan-
Sallie Randolph Complainant, vs Brainm Ran-
dolph. Defendant-Bill for Divorce.
It having been made to appear by the affidavit
of the solicitor of the complainant that the rei-
donee of the defendant Bram Randolph is not in
Florida. but is in Thomasville. Georgia. within the
United States and that there is no person in the
State of Florida the service of a subpoena upon
whom would bind the said defendant and that the
said defendant is over twenty-one years of age;
It is therefore ordered that the said defendant
Bram Randolph be. and he is hereby required to
be and appear on Monday. the fourth day of Feb-
ruary. 1907. and that this order be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks in the True
Democrat, a newspaper published in the city of
Tallaassaee, and in said county and State.
Witness. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of said Court
and the seal thereof this 26th day of December, A.
Clerk Circuit Court.

A true copy--Attest:

Clerk Circuit Court.

AN ORDINANCE providing for making build-
ing osMfe and secure and prescribing a penalty
for violation thereof.
Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of
STallhassee, in Leon county. Florldsa:
Section 1. The owner.or orthr on having
an interest in or controlling any bulldins, stasing
brother structure, or anything attached to or
esanected with a building or other struetuc6.
which shall be unsafe. so as to endaner life, by
reason of condition of walls. ovwoaded Roore de-
festive construction. dear, r ether causes, shall
pen noticereceived from the Mayoreause the name
to be made safe and secure or taken down within
thirty days after the receIpt of such notice; Pro.
vid=., however, that the Mayor aall have the
power to make such extonsioa or tensions of the
tims above mentioned as he may deem reasonable.
See. 2 If the owner, or other person, having an
Interest in or controlling any building. staging or
trueture. or anything attached to or connected
ih a building or other structure, shall fall or
l-ct to cause same to be made sate and secure.
ertalen down within thirty days after the receipt
d sM notice, or within the exteamwin or esten-
alons of time granted by the Mayor the Chief of
Police. under the direction of the Mayr, may n-
tar upon the premises with such assistants am
may be necessary, and sause the aid structure to
be made safe and secure, or taken down without
delay at the eupense of the owner or other larty
Sec. 8. Any person violating any of the prova-
low of this rdaance shall be fined not mon than
S"v hundred dollars or imprisoned not morn
Than ixty days. for each and every day that such
rson has nellected or failed to cause said struc-
S to be made safe and secur or taken down.
after the expiration of thirty days from the re-
eeipt of maid note, or of the extension or exten-
sions of time granted by the Mayor.
Passed the City Council on December 27. 1906.
W. I. MclwToan. Ja..
President City Council.
Attest: A. H. WILLIAMS.
City Clerk.
Approved Diecnmber 7. 1906. F. C. GiLN oag
44-t Mayor.
A Me oirable DW.-
One of the days we remember with
pleasure, as well as with profit to our
health, is the one on which we became
acquainted with Dr. King's New Life
.ils, the painless purifiers that cure
headache and billiousnese and keep the
bowels right. 25c at all druggists. *
Try Duffey's Non-Alcoholic Apple
Juice. A fine and sparkling beverage.
T.B Byrd & Co.
8 tual8 Mritlee Leoie.
0 acres, 13 miles from Tallahassee
-ood hunting grounds to lease, well
stocked with game. Apply to E. ~ C.
k Smith, Chairs, Fla. 44-1 me.

(Su*cceso to A. T. RollM)


Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders.

RInd up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakf ast, Dinner and Supper a Success when
Meats from my Stall.


P. O. BOX 210,

Prompt delivery.



to write for our literature, yet that minute may decide Youre Ftwe.
SU~tlt mln Wnt.Ulf We make a SPECIALTY of thoroughly
unvj Man! I H 3Pl quafy you for portions of honor
and hh respoisblUty, a BOOKKEPK, STENOGRAPIHER9, Etc.
Remember that every day est in starting cuts off a day's salary in the end.
Decide to enter NOW-TODAY. Address

sent DtamoAnd Studde



General Builders and Contractors.|
Repair Work and Painting P. T. N

Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country ESTABLISHEDISM
solicited and satisfaction in all lines .()
guaranteed. Undertake

Established 1885. TELEGRAPH ORDERS

J. T. BERNARD & SON, | Day





Office in Marine Bank Building, The Vei

103 S. Monroe St. Tallahassee. Florida. e
,1' x&xx x~ Ax ~xx axxx

P. O. BOX 154.


PHONE NO. 273.



ust the Correct Thirg





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H V~ 141 A 1I1~ ~

er and Funeral Director,


Wll.l. RE-



Tallahassee, Fla.

Phone No. 44

onstantine Hotel,






y Best, Service at a

asonable Price.

FRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and Prop.


Massage, Manicuring, Shampooing, Singeing, Utility.


Strictly Antiseptic.




AN ORDINANCE requiring all water cloeeto
within certain limits to be connected with the sew-
=sme system of the elty of Tallahassee. and pre-
scribn a penalty for the use of any water cloemts
within such limits. unconnected with such system.
Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of
Tallaass in Leon County. Florida. _
Section 1. All water elosetas within the follow-
ing limits, that is to say: Between Pensacola
street on the south. Park avenue on the north.
Adams street on the west and Calhoun street on
the east, shall within ninety day from the date
of the approval of this ordilane be connected
with the sewer*e ayetem of said city, all such
connectitoa to be made in accordance with the
provisions of Chapter XXV of the Laws and Ordi-
nances of said city, adopted June 14. 106.
Sec. X. Any person using any water closet
which shall be uneoanoected with said seweranr
system, within said limits, after the expiration of
ninety days from the date of approval of thin or-
dinance, shall be aood not more than one hundred
dollars, or improsoned net more than thirty days.
Passed the City Couniel ea December 27. 190 .
W. M. MCINT01E. Ja.,
President City Council.
Attest: A. H. WILLiAMS. City Clerk.
Approved December 17, 1 0.
44-6t F. C. UILMOOR. Mayor.

Furnished or Unfurnished Rooms
Choice location; corner Duval it. and
Park avenue W. D. WILWsN. 46-2t Don't Have Your
sAa ie*mouse. Cart Work BOTCHED
On and after the lot of December,
assisted by Mrs. J. W. Brutton, I will At the Mill.
conduct a first-class boarding house at -
the residence just north of the Leon I AM THE
hotel, on Monroe street Everything
neat and clean, maid the best accommo- TIM BER CART
dations at fair rate".
38-tf Miss MArTIE WHATI.EY M AN.
Frernch ILea ae. I k,,l ,| . ,,nlh..
& F5I S b ld thI m und r

French langnae taught at residence.
Latest improved method. Conversa-
tional, Grammarical, by experienced
Parisian teacher. Moderate terms.
44-tf Leon Hotel.
Five room eottage on Clinton Street.
All modern convenlences. Apply to
Mims J. C. Marinias.. 464 t

A Ua1lU Liill UlViM M f
Guarantee, havebuilt
hundreds arid build
more every day.
For prices write
W. He Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4,
Tallahassee. ,- Florida.

A Cup of Whlte M use or B I Label
Keca a Jadva Ce le
is what goes straight to the heart ef
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride Is
our brands, as they have made er
store famous. Just as good as the eat*
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stask.
We sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our.
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLLINs, Grocer.


Deakr In


Stoves, Tinware, Wagons,

Carriages, Plumbing

and Plumbers

PI Supplies.*
Supplies and Sporting Goods.

AH l minds of Fresh Meats.





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in the State.







Our Stock of Rugs was nearly all sold during the holiday


We have


to make a clean sweep of it, and for the next 10 days

will offer Rugs at bargain prices.

See Our line of











Horse Goods of Every Description. I

Plow Lines, Bridles, Harness, Collars, Trace Chains,

Singletrees and Back Bands.

Exclusive Agent For Best Manufacturers of





Clinton and Adams


Tallahassee, Florida.


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