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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: March 22, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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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by*tm. Am a reabnhle re-
N ortj for Ut yea he would
Sto 4fo Ibuel of oorn,
S 1il boisrle of pi s as his
& kyppyy of potatoe tt lst his
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J. R. Key; Principals H. A. Perrmll-
F. A. Hathaway, J. G. Perti and L.
8. Barber.
Scarcity of Teachers and the Remedy
therefore. Committee: Superintte0nato
8. S. Niblack L. K. Tcker, C. A.
Fulford, T. H. Jaekson, J. A. Jons;
Principals Tom. F.McBeath. As B.
Clark W. N. Sheat and H. J. Rger.
8w0 p. m., (Hall of the Hous of
Representative ) Music, Addre.-
Hon. W. H. Ellis. Music. Addr,--
Hon. rank Clark. Muasie.
THu DAY, April 18, 9. a..
Invocation, Rev. Ira 8. Pattersam.
School Librarr-The Best Means of
Securing Them. Committee: Superin.
tendents J. B. Wood, W. R. Simmons,
I Q Bake W. B. Cartr, W. O..0Gi-
r: Prneia J. B Loekey, R. B.
I method L Neal and W.B. Cat.
Importance of the Kindergarten as a
Part of t Public School. Committee :
Mrs. W. W. Summer, Mis Annie E.
Chairs ; Superintendent A. 0. Bott,
E. B. Bn-, W. J.:Sear,J P .ali
Prine~J.T H. Fulksand R. MY. Iva


mo- ou tm Ua a vwrim ia miw
oar eme family. hp eipeti-
tion mB'om with all its b rr nrt-
e tmygoaing methaod of the paut
Sbeota memory. In xehan or
which, however, we will gain i Im-
prved conditions and opprnities for
a r development- -nansal. mental,
ooi ad moral. A carless moral t-
titu will no more be tolerated than
carates business methods, for the de-
velopmet of our new civilisation will
requre ra fibre, and be destructive
to mra flabbiess.
What will use this hangeI The
cares wlay. "the coia of the
railroad. A well attribute the puri-
ficton of the atmosphere, which trh
fightailg lash produces, to the clap of
tbhnder tht follows it, a to reer to
th railroad without thinkag of the
great genius and humanitarian behind
It. Time was when the foldmith's
ciaft was one of the most honored. He
took presous stone and *linked them
tofetA er in bands of Wold, the price of
a kig's ransom, pander n to the
plaMue and working for te adorn-
m nt of princes and potnates. Now.
the reatot of craftsmen Is the worker
in Io. and his handicraft unites men
and loaltdies that elHe hadbeen straan-
n amnd interea the sum of te pros-
prity and happineui of the human fam-
'l0me of the craftsmen aw the beu-
to emnrald isle on which we welcome
you tody, d as nis comprehensive
,ae i de the th her emeralds that
Q at intOrval. between it and the
mainland, he said, "I will link these
t- together in a chsai of irun, with
y West as the pendant and arpnd
it fmn the neck of my foster mother
-Iorid-and as a heirloom and
-t mto prosperity that they
w in this territory aw the thou-
d tt w come afr, hall have
iiltiei for prosperity and
enJdornw acolle or found
Isrle Mu smeat o throeehes.
a th bwder of a vluadb front
ichh Irakows he an ever derive
Si otn his vdIment, can
hens motive, t b hicbIst i-
'iathe hratofaab God-
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If your ehest pains and you are un
able to l b use of a cough. Buy
a bottle of k 's Horeloud Syrp
and yo at have any ough.
bottle now and that couh wll not last
long. A cur for all lmoary dis-
easde. Mrs. J-., Galvestn, Texau,
writes: "I can't y enough for Bal-
lard's Horehoend Syrup. The relief it
has given me is all that is necessary
for me to say." Sold by all druggists.
Sepe py News items.
SOPCMOPPY, March 20, 1907.
Messrs. G. E. McGriff and H. L.
Gregory, of Tallahases, passed
rough en route to Panacea Spring
for rest and in quest ot health.
Colonel Julius L. Brown, of Atlanta,
Ga., purchased Mr. D. A. Murray's
farm four eilea below here and will
erect a handsome aud modern country
home. All varieties of fruit tress will
be planted. Colonel Brown a prom-
nent lawyer of his city, and a soldier in
the Confederate army. He say the
winters are too severe for him nC At-
lant. He will come here the first of
December and remain until the first of
April henceforth.
We are informed that Carrabelle and
vicinity would like to be tanhned to
Wakull county, and Sopooppy be
made the county eat. "a is
willing. and ths sctondo t t intend
to letEat and West Florida have all
the "dlvisons."' The aofta Lqsla-
turo will be burdened with ettions
galore from Wakull and Frnklin
county citlMn.
Postmater Roberts has installed new
equipment for third-class poet-offmce,
and all are learning how to work their
combination to the boxes.
Mr. Jaes Holland is talking of
Mi lna betel. It is much needed.
oar informed he will bItld of con-
erese. ISA ANsoRN.
AR-ae Ape a L .
A bmane dtlsen of IUebmond. Ind.,'
Mr. U. D. William, 107 West Main St.,
ays: "1I -eal to all l rs... with
weak hangto take Dr. i'u's New


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school that the
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norOw ad r thownd speiali a
tme aldng mtdcal doctors In
With this associate, the Doctor
repared to handle any complex
the ear. osa *d throat, as theU
haa become qolt xtensalvo fori
moat. alonwa l sna.e
mind. Dr. Armstrong
will make regular prof
and be prepared to handle
condition o th eye, ear,
on date, named, the first
each monrh. These profession v
will alwaj be made I person
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**, .I_ .. .... In regular seslon, i: t aMt $
S .npl rs avr ramArT amrO. o'clock T oeday Mw* r.
. .^ i The Senator sad .I
Ssees am aucr aIr.m ab. M. at Laon county wmee.
*A ,. t eMM a T and es. Vs undWr uwtha lre aari
,C Ooas .of March 1. Ii&I
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*h 1r the fftlth hmivenarY, dent of tbW Colw took the m WAN0
s ider suof thO Iowrd of Tnsi ito hisSa o l-
ea a ei asptie, kap
._ f:Glw i'a"' d _lt d ha e d texplnal la them tmet


S II g of nw Cpaestt on the TruNo nsfavu ter m, mutan of tr hpeo
So pory, w are n oer f thte rMtlat ploan osts


meinNb& to plerint on boo Aineprl, or the *rtur t develop rr t i dof t
ivoaso sothr place n fa. meeting dn state Corride lor Wate. The Pres d
lr the fiftieth analvemrary, det of ti Co(e e took ti members
of the Board of Trade into his esmi-
dace and expained to timn the or*
hw s ofnwspaper on the True /ganisatl and operators of tie several
DeaSbast is 0ly temporrfy, we will departments of ti .IhsetittL e. It was
see belin to print on book paper again, s relevation to si, sa awakeed w
bdelaedg your local newspaprsheald a retr prido to taD Canawa tblom ed ev
be a neat and clean as any other read- existed their to. ew at po
atsu! __ realtreod before ta brod sobpSofl
The Panta Gorda Rerald ays. "It is ebpol for girls, whicb I really sad
a a worthy concidace that, while truly a Univosity, afledinf opportu-
Sthe editors wer having a good time nity for any kind of t fatag that may
lth week in Key Wet and Havana, be sought by any yeaig woman in
Shehr paper eam out on tima and were Florida.
a. brUlat ever Was It absent The statistics showed an attendance
i ilnaI' ?"-Sort of prepared for be- at present of 177 students. The total
00 the departure, we presume. enrollment for the yar thus far being
r portant steps have bee ade and 201; the avrdg attendance being more
taronso are being taken with a t"han 10. This enrollment ii ditribut-
*w of the city owning ita own water ed throughout the countless as follows:
--t. There is no reaso why we Alachus, 18; Baker, 2; Bradford, 6;
should not control our water supply, Calhoun, 4; Citrus. 1; DeSoto, 3; Di-


a End hundreds of good reasons why we Va1. lu; rranKim, o; aaoan, iz; nam-
oval, lo; Frnklin, o; Gadrog n, 12; Ham-
Sihould. Buy the present plant at. a fair ilton, 2; Hillaborough, 11; Jackson, 4;
price if we can, or yet's he.gin t' Inntall Jefferson, 7, Lake, 4; Lee, 2; Leon, 63;
a now and better one just as soon as it Levy, 2; Madison. 6; Manatee, 1; Ma-
wAll b. ponilble to do no Thereb i, Ir, rion, .; Oranige, 3; Polk, 1; Putnam, 2;
doubt.rir the fact th': could Siv St John, 1; Santa loWa, 2; Sumter, 2;
consumers a better ratL ari still rr..e Suwanne., 7; Volutsa, 2; Wakulla, 6;
a profit out of iti wat'r privilotU4. Washington, :!; New York, 1; Georgia,
..- ..... 1; Wigrco~an, I; Tnrnemse, I; Ala-
The l)eS' County AI' 'rti4' I l'i" hban, 1. I Local and special depart-
ter HC ; S4nparlrian, ht.J tak.-r.'rt ilciti fiona the city, 11. Grand total,
Itelf is n>w and morP appr,,irisate ,201. (Of thsew 86are in the College, the
name thu of The Wauh,; 'aT '-.~,arn. rest being enrolled in the Normal school
DaSoti, han ;t ull quota rif in t.- nd otherr departments of the College.
tractivw and fllp-o)-date wee 41. A i;.. l "
tgparklnani % hoic. is naru *, 't. President showed that the College is
The True ero..-rat always, ..., .ml not only center of moral and social
\ provemnents in Foriuan wpap.,.with uphlt to th- city, but a power indiffus-
pleaure, and we wish, ,ut ibrthr,'n, irg culture and education amongst our
every one of them, th* M i .r'q rlch.-*t people'. Hlie also showed that as a busi-
blessing. May w- .l' Powr for "ners ,rop'sitioi the Collegt Is of the
good. r'reat.Nt importance to the city. It
No mistake was n. I. whn Hin was C'IParlb demonstrated tnat the Col-
Pra lClark wa_ elecr r, r e. l eg puts in circulation somethingg like
He Iabhl*e fearless, matl.t rgoo d.- d$5W,00) per annum among the business
hbater, and in every rea t 1 ialhited toi ptple of this community This is a
nil tha poaltion. and then. whern such I fact which in itself should appeal to the
naects as Hearst and hi- d krl. who un- business interests of Tallahassee and
fortunately often get into our national Ieon county ,
)lilatu, nad looking afterr and These and other interesting facts
haldled plperly, he is man enough to were presented, and at the close of the
dd m inc tm as they deserve. Frank address President Murphree was ten-
SClark is made of the very beat mate- dered a vote of thanks for the clear
r r. We have differed with him at presentation and Intereting remarks
b. pW tical affair, but we have concerning the College.
tlwre shamded and rejected him, as The Board of Trade has recommended
1 fltJrida's very hbemt'%,hl)e men. the location ef three additional arc
ta "great and good Time-l.nonlights at the College campus, and the
." i:J 'irLl a1a and goooS" Time*-l-;lIion. e I
e the ey bet allrund nwsp installation of more fire plugs for Ar
Si lS theu South, and th. Srodt, hp protection. The Electric Light Com-
ust good ones, too. I thank ,ou. mission has taken steps to have the
That its "editorial statf cor- lights installed immediately, while tim
l idalt Of the Floriua Timea-Union cty council has taken up the matter of
. .-aliaha e during the legislative Installing two or three additional a1
flt of ItOwill be Mr. Loub M plugs adjacent to the college. The
f O Mr. Bumby will Board of Trade at its last meetia sln o
fl s compete control of the took steps to co-operate thoroughliand
ws bieau of this paer ytmatically with the Board of Cod-
I Mt we 8le e as a legislative l i
wi mperience with ad h delegation of thi county in th
ap hasd side, and h is re g Legislature in all matters pertaining to
Sad M, s lid hsrl cfit the intreet of highereducation in Flor.
.and airne pecularly th Ida, and of the Florida Female College
position, consequently the
*, hav a Lgilative re- n particular
ed b nemr yaa *' Other important matters ware taken
e -&A ~s &-A-6 &.Li___-


0' ~, _-. + -'.
MMlisloner of Agriculture Hon. B.
8Ita and Secretary of State Hoe.w
Crawford, spent a coqpt of
*'Jft on the Wakulla riv 1wekt
ir lt and among a
t of ih caught with
Swere lztsea mullet. It -
js 0asn oual eecurren4Oh
BMI way, tM-t eaon aaf l*
Y C"ratwd pat It, "Mr. Me.
iwer with nlae will be taken
itlr wMil be a had fAsh tory
It r Jordan to accept with-
WiriaC1viap. They caught the
a daecrIabd, however, and now
Seas of re-letlhm to their
"M aryn the ia grippe prevented
Sae ng l ith them. a we h ad


up and diw. n au t ma nug, among
them beti the extension of the city
IMls amd the establishment of a to-
bega*, packing houas. The discussion
lrht out many facts of great inter-
a which wre entertaining and profit-

The only regret of those preaet was
that th attendance did not include
every buines man of the city. The
address given by Presidnt MUrpbae
was a wrevatimn, and every ditta of
Tallahaee who d nt bear It khuld
make himself family, at l.et. with
present scoe of tht batlitution and of
the plans for its, devebpent. TIh
nmmberhip of the Bawd of Trade. tlb
fountainhead of the city' devteopmmt
and progress, houMld tekuda every e*
terpriing merchant. It Is the place
for all to meet in council, as is so


res g,n.oWd a ,, the
gag 4 adm wly




utre oarft r more 0hoene ag
alll hi time for years I* m
a re lb, d nowno eliu esa s
sh it be ad remain o. Tiiiih
tue ad ld, at least, be will
Cloeal Waake the privilege o
is ean before the courts. To-eti o
him a settlemnt, and allow ht a sa
drm, A aa dtnse cannot sea this ta
seem to As vary unjust. PiL P the
very bst evidence, by many of th
State' aet men many adi and
rsoe ded sad in heaven (Govaerw
Drew, Pary, Mitchell, Dr. Orawfsd
and othree) oea to show eonasiuvely,
and within a shadow of doubt, tdtl
the contrast was valid and beo ade,
and'that the work was faithfily, ane-
eaasflly and wll done none dobts, aot
even the political, scheming trektersi
who worked up aad lobbied the conpb
acy game against paying the elaim aeer
denying or doubting it, yet for year
a settlement has been refused. For
decency sake, In the good name of Flor I
Ida, if not for other reasons, the mat-'
ter should be satisfactorily settlad,'y
^d..a,.n r C'^L ml UW;|Aon rtil, klh ind nm.


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mission in full, a satisfactory and ac- Chaires News lm. Card of Thanks.
ceptible compromise, or give him the CHAIRES, March 19, 1907 This is to extend my heart-feltt banks
g to go t o u, tDr. and Mrs. Rivers, of Newport, to the ladies and friends for their kind-
right to go to the courts, that any and who have been with their daughter, ne.s to me and the attention and relief
all doubts maybe removed. Let noun- Mrs. B. C. Williams, since Saturday, bestowed -ipoln n;e in mYvffliiction. am
just stain stand on the good name of left this morning. accompanied by their getting well and hupe soon, thro..'gh the
the State ot Florida. idrughter, for Charleston, S. C. The mercy of God. to be able to work again.
. .. Dr. will consultsa specialist in regard to May God blkss you all.
Here is to President J. H.Humphres, some facial trouble, and they will al-;o Respectfully, SAMUEIP FITZGILES.
of the FloridaPres Asiociation,and hop. visit their numerous relatives and
ing he will make m ootbular and useful friends in this tleir old home. SYRUP WANTrED
peio..C.. . Mrs. Robinson, who has been verv ill
president as did Hon. C. L. Bittinger, at the boarding house, is fast recover- )'' iTbrel ,f Florida and Georgia
and we believe he will do so. Fact is, ing. Dr. J. T. Stukes attended her. Syruip. Must ,e put up in good. sound,
the selection of all the Association'a Mis Lila Bryan. the former music new cvypre_. barrels. Address, or call
officials is good. and good luck to all teacher of Chaires, came out Saturdav LEVY BRa .,
and visited her friends till Monday. T .... allahassee.
the press boys. when sh returned to Tallahassee. yFor Sale
It is ...llac me to deduce Miss Mae Stoutamire, daughter of t i. tie machine, almost new
It is fallacious reasoning todedu neof thecounty commissioners a to T. alm. est nw,
the right of one man to steal a cow rived last week toenter our highs chuol. price Apply to T J. Perkina
from the fact of another having stolen She is boarding at the homeof our com- r -2t
a horse Precedents may establish missioner, Mr. E. C. Smith.
-p;inciple in law, .but not n ethics. Mr. Wallace Bohen, of Lloyd, i s;ak-
pncple bt nt e ing his visits to our little burg quite
And so the fact that, in years past, the frequent of late, being here again Sun-
Internal Improvement Board squander- day. We wonder if there is special sig-
ed money on lawyer, does not justify nifcance in this.
e board i n doi the same Mr. Homer Brinsen, formerly of this
thn prse-nta orda i thor e me lce, but now of Pin Hook spent Sunr.
thing. -- Punt. ord eral. dy, u the uest of Mr. Berry Boyd.
Comptroller Croom, Treasurer Knott r. Hunter Wodberry as usual spent
Compioer .Agriculturer Mt Saturday and Sunday with his parents.
and Commisioner f Agrculture Me v. Mr. Nelson, of the Christian,;
Lin are the three lStte officers who will Baptist Chuwh, bolgan a ries of Bible
be candidates for veufteetlon at the pri- i n tch Bapttrt church here last
tnartes next year. atht eems certain, Ssymn g. Th is i a branch of
r derao rtr t It ~~Chrilntddn kebutebh pro e, tey hav. I
but no doubt the other department g divided oan ooe the former's
heads at TallahasswalU be In the ring. d'belef in instrumtal music in the .
At present the diseaion of candidtes Od Testament ad salaried preach!
for Governor has di4 down, but r The central idea of the Crist YOU GET THE CRIAM
1z-ut seeom to be In memorial the
the adjournment of the kegialatur e we S pture and an intellectual belief In Of desirable property within a radio
may expect to het mee of the amabi- them. The services closed Sunday us of 12, miles when you sean ema
tion of those who am wiltg to serve leading. Mr. Nelson certainly had a lists. There are others, to be sure,
the State at a sufielet eempn nation retatve memory to be able to quote but we have the best offer in th
to enae them to live. Dk e sro r ay g of S ripture, market for saleable property and t's
.to .nable them to U. Druk oas ame yr 1.S PtterM., wife of Talla- a pleasure to answer your iquirils
brain, groomed in v ar a sretra place hao'sa's p~ r Mehodist minister, any time. Better come now !
to be trotted out laiWf orntry for the sp1t from Tl ay .to Friday with her j .a
re of 1908. -Tim. Uionr Short"Talk other in Chaiies. We are always 13,000.
gadr to have XMs. htterso in our Plantation of 2,000 aeres, 10 adles
M.,i..I Iof be ak dst. eoa't of the city. mostly under fine,1
Mr. J. W. E the Jack- sadst o_ l m
sonville Develo-- Is a d remembesdwelling. tlm-.t, a ,
tTt at this Oc la me you r t 7 I
panyfhasrjust obor a h trot of fom a. i wathr. 2,000.
law on Simmerfm i and Mr. when our w1 l l Vacant lot 16 170 feet. m Waet
EdmE de ` hee att tbdr eaS !t as, tyStnow i Cton street, It Is a corner let ie.
laturmae. This .lb ml b di It wa c. tA tC Ateliately in fmrt of Col a met
ainto t and plaeol a thel m tor bru i ,man of Te*x desirable lo on for r..
aso.n-Oeas anr .o t ao ,Iwrites: _have e.
Pteviou to e it I a rat a 1,200.
early pointed out it the -aeetd artl fro~ rmam d u i Cornr lot 1601Sz fet, m el
r poin, o.. .a.-a--. ld i reaioM tia now_ I aima= i mity to both dePot. Thial
of the eonstitut lle t these abog fa t= a I am s r.I i 'cation for hote or btari
namely: To furthbr aM huin lnte r or w tei to your talentt" Sold by
sets and to advertin mm res s o all druggip. /l j!o0 02s. ETO e
Tallahase and vt to equrIgeI .. .Twelve (1) iota 1
Tallahasseea nd Y 0 C41111& West Gains* sad
new eSterprises, to lhp etitr pot4, I Thare is a truat a store for the peo.- ar b"eth depots.
tion faeittles, to eimi-age imamie ptke of TaUlahases Buaday morning and bL.
tio for ter purposata IM ~lf '$4,9000.
t^ ftr te o f Eso. "W.i.fal. ft ui;t of Southern Two (2) twetory b--d B
and better labor, a Ld ge --rlly t^si .- i A t of u w t iI as IaSt Ioi
with uaaid ef ort W lr0eam tihe dC ctCh (TV Tg) orn S nre a etr 1otO


thes objects shd o r he foe AUl -.d- l .- -
MWt ta the minds ao the pn rea ive PAt t oW ta Ad
*a at Talalhaasa, W d their develae M "Phe t Dr
meat and oulnatmaa ahowN bet e thevacjs^ lets
eate e of frq eeb of the *wet t.i
mm h ite euatd. i &LP4 fotmlb' A


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Kalgts .t PytMa*s.
freor Ambrose Leo Suhrie, of
a University covered himself
lory last we4k at both DeLand
Fiando, in the brilliant presenta-
*fave of Banin's great lay of
S entitled Damon and ythias.
SPro. Suhrie appeared be-
e State Conclave of the order of
nights, ad they acclaimed it a
powerful and dramatic presenta-
nad no wonder: Prof. Suhrie is a
of unusual dramatic gifts. His
; of a very high order, nor i it
Lial. To fine natural abiities he
Md a sound college education
i top of that has built a spend
que in dramatic art. Prof. Subric
most diltinguished graduate of
mouo King's School of Oratory,
wr., Pa.,whwch makes a specialty


W -vepribody at Steison knows what is
i yesa t by the expression "good team
work." The baseball and football
teams are noted for the way in which
.en indivi usl is drilled to fll his par-
tiaf flso on the whole team. This
of modern education
Swooa illy illustrated to the way
I to b each member of the cast of
rBis aticular place. Prominent
,tofrom all over the State were
dto remark: "Well, there was not
a wak place in the whole line; there
Saset an Idividual in the cast who
Sat contribute huor oher part to tI he
wble performance, and do it well."
o o a, h d lst three nights'
ad whose eyelids were heavy,
at the elwe of the third act:
I *' t y here aad see this thing
it were to last four weeks.
the seee m which Damon
Mi s wife and child at the villa,
Srfoar s the wife that he had been
i oo ad to death closed, the adi-
M W hih d been sobbing, broke
Svocifelos plause ad called
WO oMiss Hows and Master
Stothe foot-lits. Everybody in
e almeie was 1 esed with the
st his scene been carried
of Pythis was p-
Mr. Frank Camer of Talle-
Knghts aowed their ap-
of his splendid presentation
ppered on the a
arm of applause. The ati
okB -f tbe Strte, b ad at
Cw." o otfe roHnee. Nua.
1. atC of the toot-kits that
c SySM showrA upon them their


I taken the part
out for special
ra the proI*
mt the kp0iadid


The Pythians expressed themselves as
Being thoroughly unhappy over the fact
that it would e iapoaible for their
fellow members who were unable to at.
tend the Convention to have an oppor-
tunity to hear this masterful presenta-
tion at all of thi home lodges., It has
not yet been decided whether or not
the cast will be willing to go out for
another presentation of the play at any
of the points to which an invitation has
been extended, but if they do, any one
of the cities fortunate enough to secure
a presentation of the play may well feel
proud of an opportunity to show the
Stetson people the very best reception
and the most hospitable entertainment.
The people of Orlando who were not
fortunate enough to have an Invitation
to the Opera ouse, because of its Urn-
ited capacity, have expressed bitter re-
gret that the cast was allowed to leave
town without reproducing the play on
Friday night.
The cast returned to DeLand on Fri-
day's noon train, accompanied by a
large delegation of Knights, whose
homes are in the northern and western
parts of the State, and when Lhey left
the train at the junction for DeLand,
all the Knights who were on the train
joined in a hearty farewell to te young
people who had not only done redlt to
themselves in their presentat'o of the
play, but who had so deported them-
selves on the whole trip as to do credit
to the university they represented.
AM.. Reosevlt's Wedilag
was something to be recorded in the
annals of history. Herbine has been
acknowledged the greatest of liver
regulators. A positive cure for bil-
ious headaches, constitution, chills and
fever, and all liver complaints. J. C.
Smith, Little Rock, Ark., writes:
"Herbine is the greatest liver medi-
cine known. Have used it for years.
It does the work." Sold by alldrug-
gists.
cbhaush Netes.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, I. 8.
Patterson, Pastor.-Services Suaarat
11,. m. and 7.Op. m. Jiunr p
worth League, 8.00 p rm. Seir Up-
worth League, 4.00p. m. All members
requested to attend. The pubMic ad
strangers specially invited to worship
with as.
Presbyterian Church Rev. Wan. H.
ZeA ter, Pastor.-Regular service at 11
o'clk a. m. and at 7.30 o'clock p. m.
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath school
at .46 a. m.,


Junior B. P. U.; 6:N0
B. Y. P. Y. P. M WI
p. m., Prayer and Praise
St. John'fs Bpoo-a1
Dr. W. H. Caer Rt


Vfleee:
; 11:00
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PhiladelhaPrimitive BaptistChurch,
colored, ld. Preaching ever
Sunday, and 8 p. m. Sunday School
at 9:0 a. m. B. Y. C. A. 11%D a. m.
Sacrament and footwashing every
fourth Sunday night. Our white and
colored friend are cordially invited.
RzV. A. R. PWDBR, Pastor.
Cause of Stomah Treotle..
When a man has trouble with his
stomach you may know that he is eat-
ing more than he should or of some ar-
ticle of food or drink not suited to his
age or occupation, or that his bowels
are habitually constipated Take
Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets to regulate the bowels and improve
the digestion, and see if the trouble
does not disappear. Ask for a free
sample. Sold by Tallahassee Drug
Co.
Have vou seen Duvul Bros. show win-
dow since it was dressed up In violets.
It Ia neat and attractive and advertises
the Violet Brands of Good that popular
and enterprising firm carry in stock.
Read Duval Bros. advertisement in each
issue of this paper. They keep them-
seves beforeyo constantly and it their
desire to serve and please you.
J. W. DEMILLY,

Veteriraru* Pbyslclen
Wad Suur'M.
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Dental Work a Specialty.
OFFICE
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quafying you for positions of hoae
and high responsibility, as BOOKKEEPERS, STENOGRAPHERS, Etc.
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2ROYAL cs' you a I(w cent more per. can than Alum or lp.
ut of ULme powdwrsbut it is worth tr more than the dIftw
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-' SP'j mmr & sew.,. PI'lm*o
NNRNWbMY DAY WOUNING.

'S W. L.SUNT.

W et~fraud in all

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d fit will not take any other"
l by Tiha ee Drug Co.
Prepare This Toe elf.
thesM who have any form of
Kordere; who want new, rich
aodipaty of it, this:
iEtract Dadlklr, one-half
Compound Karon, one ounce;
md Syrup aripalla,. three
e well Ia a bottle and take in
afll da4s after each meal and
Ime. Any good pharmeay can
the biwrelts at small oet.
is the pr ription which, when
up, I-so d The V able
ent'" b others, the "Cyclone
PurinFer." It scts rentlyand
ly doe wondered for some people
Ssihkly, weak and out of sort,
known to reove serious, long-
r ease of rheumatism and


eome u p aid try it.
a-rt leaa at Le Cnastt Jail.
sr H. Or bors that the
e olf wta will remem-
wrt0iat Oe Sar y it b custom-
7 to ptn t P nen t the Leo
op ty il with a sood dinner, and she
o anything aent to her
bM' a H y or SatuWrdoywill be
"alM doC t to the jail on Bastor Sun-
Sat 9 o'lock, at which hour Dr.
VWtwill hold service there. Mrs,
rable hope that thi, request will
ot be overlooked or forgotten.
It is a bsy season with all, but it is
a duty to carry a little comfr(rt and sun*
shile mnto arth's dark platre
Teauftj Iem r end scema.
" ThIlorl dleaaes for which Cham-
berlanr *lv Is eePecially valuable.
S It lokly Jllaya the itching and rmart-
and oon effects a cure. Price 26
se nt. PFr sale by Tallhnasee Drug
co. rn. *
r.ad Mrs. Whiteing and Mr. and
l sWe,, frisndsiof lr Nellie Clark
S illy N ace wn i n their
J spring visit as guests o Mrs.


m. John M. Hell and P. Run-
o been appointed General state
I for the Wahington Life Innur.
Pn of New York with head-
r the Caital City Bank buikl-
thtis oty. cVle-Preident Theo.
aioo, of ct company, was in thp
ofmtell busieas this week.
ITo TM im Tht Ioila


I ., scale, cats wounds or pike, it's
Sabsaolute ear. Guaranteed by all
rmssits. s2e.
Iss ila Bryan returned Monday
Ua short violswith her friend. Mia
s mlth, of Chair
SGenevieve Pa*hill Lykees,whose
a few months ago wa a bril-
Ms-sia event, arsrid fn her


Weds. I.
Chapter S.
andOrnnes
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on or after
In awb Ar
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owre


Nlo"s of Diewhsti
Notice Is hereby given that t
plumbunfg frm of Pniip A S&impnea is
tdi day dissolved by tal s ent,
and that Mr. R. J. P :pof the above
firm will carry out aa fulfil al e
tract, and that he wi lollest and r-
ceeipt for all outstanding aesooate and
asu.me all liatllitlee of said r m.
C V. SrnnI N,
B. J. Pmnurs.

My cleaning ad pressin busiaeas i
now carried on in the upstairs part of
the Con:tantine building, nAearly o
site the express ofloe. Also sample
lino of fine tailoring "mnsd4to-measure
garments for men' o display.
4-tf W., H.'PItLLAND.
Leat and P9ose
L.ost, between 9:0 p. m yetrday
and noon today, a Mblos ,te with
nausea and sick headache. Tis loss
was occasioned by t dm h t a ll *f
stores a box of r. IIu'a New Life
Pills, the guarantd ure for biHous-
ess, malaria and Jamndice. 2e.
NOTICIETO T"imRi A*D Tiu
PUBLIC OmBuuLT.
Our ar Mr. a. L WSb st MM dst
stoek Ir. or eompaa to Mr. I M tbrhe of April v:r h ea sti aM o
business. Mr. eNae r takr M- M m ,r
We asrnrg to uh** ol erm f mw ,
drut.. prompt service a& n lddt -
uoo ur eegrsve ..... ,,s famell ldl
Th3 CONMANYIO
3 o)NVA NYI sH M MTi
MR a. W. COeB.
We walet a cotUtlta of yrar nd Ptson
aU.
TALLAHANIEC DRUO OOMPANTY
In the Distriet Court of the Northers
District of Florida. In Bankruptcy.
In UA matter ofd L. To.-A .e atary
RMakrupt.
To the CrCitar of It. TIme. lmakIpt. ri4
i at yinaInn. Lva Ommty. n sold Dftet:
NoUMc is hrs give that the Mth m r
of the creditors wi had on tbhe
Aprel. A. Djf. etTlMM. Eiea 11*
o'ewki A.M,7ol-fofk doi thei
Trwute's port a i 08111 am
other Pnre r; fer Wae U bh k pt'sa epo
eatkm fdar tilumr for paying eklin -sMt
the etate: a codeine te prmet d M sandJ
doanr unythlns tfnrter that mr praorlr
W. C. HODOKI.
lferee In an Bklirptcy.
aLted Marsh 21lst. 1ff. 4t-
AppCatrete far Discharge as EIeca*
triE.
Nottee iw hereby giwn that I will, on thb4th dy
of Ne$tenmber, 107. present my fnalJ saceruait
Exreulri of the lat will and ttammt of Harris
D. Hart, deae, to the CounLy Jodge of Leon
county. Plorkl, a TallMa*-ea, liwa. ap-
ply for a disohargre a such Ferutria,
(I. HARTT...
Eliutlris of lat will and ttament of HTrris
). Hartt, deovsed. l-em
Gaarlaft's Notice.
NOTICE I HIUR oT GIVEN THAT THIRTY
f soe ay aftda I Wiin make appllcatlon e-
o the mawnty J: of Len cuuny. FIorda.
fMor s t private sale., the terst
of NaW I. nlshaw, minor, n and to the folkw-
ngmvd- b ladei at of nw % of ae., 3,
Tw., X. .jf* 1
R. RADIHAW'
uartof thet ota f Ro aLndraHw,.
March & 1107. 34t
SMEmS SALE
TNDER AND Y VIR TU OF AN ORHD)E
S 1907. r the Clkrk e th lwefH Court of tw HAr-
Said Judklal Circuit f rFlorida In and for the
SI'o~ntty Of Lon. In a certain cause Pneding there-
1n. wherein J. d. Chrit4ophr Cumar in plaintiff
afil uahwal Dvlepieent and lAmbe Cwopaaay
to defendant I 11 sl at Pubhle o utery. foar
the (rnity Cort e door. is the Ct of Taon-
ha'Me. In *aiad county to the hilheet bddw fr
aph unr the J1d day U Marewh. A. D. IM.t bstween
th legal hours of saJl, the follkowri deterilad
C awinrl pmlIorty. to. wit : our mave male ind
four h1r mule. the ame beingr the pwv y of
th -sal d-fermlUnt.
CHARLIS HOPKINS.
s-heriff said Counly.
OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE
OF THE
STATE BOARD OF CANVASSERS
Of t* SPocl DUUoas
gos d eay oNr" b ft a
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DWADM.uan OF "M5 b.ss.
LAND Ornmc AT O~=AiNU!L.iM


s Res aios e(1). e
u er~ltha Wo-l ar to rocM ,,.
larnk rivr at r -rH- CtoaalM." b o
cttuo ntf (*). to-fed- tro -t. d-ie,
two (2) est, willm w-Ltd t -rd -
Co=tyt Cxminllorf ". 0 r, area
at the omo of UM eeik *d t o rtJit eeirt to
I1 o'loTk u a Td we. ANp he 1M. piblit
ror bd- for boia l .fiirt l a d @"a for all.
hfart cyprea tim Ek r pplan rod *dm Gdem
tkio, ee W. A. Reglatr eommlsoner o ditriet
No. S at Woodvills, FidA.
Thl Be rd res nev the right to rei)*t any or
al bhds.
Attst-- HENRY T. FELKEL,
Clerk of Bord.
'Tallahsee, FI. FIMah ln190. 2-4t
In the Circuit Cofrt of Florida, 2nd
Circuit for Leon County. In Chan-
cery.
Alice H. iaoramP at. mt. Charle W.
R20 ro, Dofundan-- .
It having ben lxa -i,' by th amidarit
of the oi4to of the i that the rI-
rid. bat ia at AiL.. w, the
Udlml taSwumaow a om"in tem
AtaU d lea the M t a O piaa Mon
wom would b the mai dlilantd tat the
maiddr udlt ed ory te tywo ;
It Is tbref ore, d M id d Mt
Chartii W. Rover" be. sd MO IR hEgou
t Ile atl d appear t o Mld I
orta, aon Mondy AprU tM Iet W
thft this order be olMdb e a w for
conicutive week a mnrthe a TWo.
e,ur puwlohod in the efty of Ta l ihaon.. in
Lho Htje of 1,,>ida.
Witnaw, Herry T. 1ehel,Cetk of maid Cort
ancl the real tI' s.f thit dth daytd Febuary. A.
D N RY T. PLEKE1.
C3hek Creuit Cour
A true rh l,,
AlAttest ,Ir.Nt l T. WOUL.
S-u~ ri Orto CTvt.
Subacribe to Tb -emoat.


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LigPt Plant
infwmrmtidr nljT~~
Sand'repmt to .bim MY
C. BOX 472.


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City Electric Light F


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APRIL 2nd., 3rd.


THE MOST SPECTACULAR ENTERTAINMENT EVER,
. PRESENTED IN THE STATE .

APRIL 2nd.--Landing of Ponce de Leon
APRIL 3rd.--Founding of the City by Meaedez
APRIL 4th. -Transfer of the City to thited 8tatei

'coresof other MagnifieMnt Attrticn IeAlulin NN A ttacks
Old Fort by GeC. Oglethorpe. Elaborate Pagets, depicting the Midle
Age, Brillant Balls at Palatial Hotels. A City of rnehmwtW,'t. Tor*p
do Boat Flotna, Soldiers, Indias Beautiful Decorations and Illnminato s
SLOW RAILROAD RATES FROM ALL PARTS OP THE 8TATE.
Thi Gret Entortainment will represent a lavish expendituredand
will portray some of th most important events in the History of Ameriea
It will be worth a trip over thousands of iniler. Visit St. Augustinedurtdl
the first week in April.


UNDER


NEW MANAGEMENT.


THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED!


GENERALLY REPAIRED!


NEW HOTEL FURNITURIL


The Very Best,'Service at a


Reasonable Price.


FRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and Prod


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'Ua ~ 'plbddl.


TO RST. KEIk AT


ST. AU6USTINE,


GILMORE (& DAVIS CO., (Inc.)

HARDWARE

DISK and CUTAWAY DISK HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS,
CORN SHELL COTTON PLANTERS.

THE: CErERATED' JOHN DEER RIDING CULTIVATOR.
CASTr~ SEEL and CALLED PLOWS OF ALL SIZES.

SEE OUR LABOR SAVIN NO. 2 HOOSIER COG DRIVE,


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who wM depoett m*e *
t of bank. The a e Sareeas
'you an save in five yomea by r e
hosem, boeane there Is k l 'by
M l t it wit with I and tt iSla
S Do and upward. Interest aw d
w itB aceumulate in fve year, oompawqio am ba.
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Your busine with us will be held tl ltia.
Cal and get one of thee little baok l supply lasts.
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I A' Mj a UI m oAL ITm s.

vi' f Tw yo"e 1M thm beautiful sinet
a* at P. T. Nieh*onm', the .eweler?
r. J. tL. a, of Wakullas and
k'/ t vtd^. Mf Tueaay, and
i '.. th~do True Democrat his
lowl VAeNaut IMt.
i' U e C. propoe to hlaveon ex-



.II t paler Paper. I mn't do

i .hthat tenteenge the prter
a tn efforts to d& good.
o .m ss w"k be"oe B uter.
A op. have the asEutr Goods
2 11 'ei l t o I ,
In s-ity with the latest i
chawes have beenmade n em-
am i n the Tallahassee drg stores.
,W will mention all of them tcrnally
Sxt week. allowing just a le mora
time for t change that may come
See the beautiful line of gold, ;old-
Aild ad silver botkins at P. T. Nicb-
obem's, the jeweler. 4
Mr. G. W. Youngblond, an expert
and a prmnent eitisen of Bi.-
Soonty who attended the Head
W. O. ., Cdpva tionm at Jeack
A d isited St. A utine and
nts of interest t week,
"' d o srand spent Sunday vIewir
t t City, and was wel pleased
wi e th be saw of the place.
Sf ad vertement of Ponc. de Le.on
.~l n another column. It will
srala Moaffair and many people from
tis seatPon .should visit pleasant old'St.
Mu sand Mrs. Reasie and son, from
:-- Ohio and Mr. and Mrs Ing-
S bAA. em spend a season in Talla-
u )oying our beautiful and
Swweather, guests at Minu

getting ready for Easter do
your hair. Get a set of
S' i t iup. P. T. Niebolson,
ai ne election. 4
B. La uar and his charmin
wife who has made
friends and admire, ar-
e eity Tesdav and will re-
of Mr. Lamr's sister,
r Walker, for a spaon.
i at Mntleello to address
Hot g t ewoty a the im-
MlM tdletk in tobaboo
,at sdl < Saturday.
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Messrs. B. F. Powell, of Felkel, and
M. H. Johnson, Jr., were among our
visit) this morning.
Dr. Geo. H. Owynn's cottage at
"Rocklanding' Panacea springs Fh ,
for rent or for sale furnisd com-
plete. 4-tf
The body of Mr. W. H. Hae, who
died near Newport this eek, with
atbma and indigeh i was brought to
Jalthamum ,adb ried in the City Cem-
etery. Rev. d. Eo Wilson funeral-
1 la~tu.. rW.D. unertaking
StreUInot had charge of the fuer-
al earanreenats and Mesrs. J. W. Co
lin, P.T. Miklier Ouorge W. Saxnm,
L C. Yaser, H. elkel and T. &
Byrd acted a pall bearers.
Go to P. T. Niebholson for bracelet, 1
the late styles. 4'
We have some sick, distressed sad
unfortunate ones in our midst. Lot'a
hunt them out and give the neceesary
relief and assistane. A mail might
given to the deserving needy ii always
a good investment, which all do in the
right spirit, reap reward from and on-
joy. A little personal sacrifice for roeod
makes better imen and women of all. '
St. Augustine is making extensive
arranement* for the proper cerebra-,
tion of the four hundredth annivermsry
of the landing of Ponce de Leon on the
shores of Florida. An elaborate pro-
gram, covering a period of tree days,
every hour of which will he replete ith
fascinating spectacles of St. Augus-
tine's primitive history, has been pre-
pared, and the person who visits the
Ancient City at this time will be enter-
tained with visions that no other place
on the globe has ever offered.-See ad.
in another column.
Get the habit and wear a signet ring.
P. T. Nichoison has them. 4


The windows ar m t & Co.'s store
will giv lo a MU e ea of what is to
be worn teia SPdr: Makeyour Eastor
purches emr, O fir advantage of
election hra odbt when first opened.
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Complant .basome to this omceiev-
enl tar week that flthy
rits O rt" n ldt fqwb have been
er t Inele tho t.e of the market,
plnisat always eoe with a requot "to
ut'ir" o sam tojtx mn w er. A


plt tbotteo tow the matter, hoping





eealled. Boy "Hanla" or "Queen
Quality" andr all will bee loolkdfter


IState Suerintendent of Public an-
structnk, W. M. Holloway, has issued
Nr rerlegi instyle and workman-
rht. as weo m for comfort, ft and du-

a ciry t the Ltow Quarr of publ now


lstructlom, etcieo a meeting of the
con it ion e b ey Bum Ae Co. cnndot be
lled. Buyt "allnaeeon" or "Queen
Quality" and all will be well. 4-]t
SIn tate ur the superintendent of Public In-
struction, M. ollo ak ay, ap hr issued


tbe ruct, thclls meant will be of the
county superintendents and other offi-
aere to L94t in Tallaha-eon April 17
11 In the circular the superintendent
say: "Should any board of public in-
strueten dec~ie to makd an appoprar
tion twhbre proper repn~retalon can
be had, thi piertment will be of the
opinion that suh boardof public intrue-
t is not desirous of have it. county
stand n th forefront of modern educa-
tlosal prore." See program in thio
issue of Tue Democrat.
Subscribe for The True Drnrocrat.


mIs Lls BaS---
In far off New Mexio, whither she
had gone someontmat o with hopes
of herelf and fried tt sh might
become relieved and crad of omump-
tin, a number of day ago died. Her
body had been ombalmeod ad hopped to
fo ren for briaL ud teah day
for o thn a week tm maiu were
expected to arrive, and did so 0n Tues-
day night and wer la to ret in the
city cemetery Weineedw Mesrs.
Tony Burns, WillI Pbiipso Riherd
Vanrunt and Willie Ba aetib
pal-bearen, and Mr. W. D. Ptonous
wit e "t 'f jtlouneral. Mi Lula
wa uaiveM lueved,d h Wr of
friends oxtoralte de"pet y athy to
either fatr nd a other ireltive in
their afflition. It i extremely ad
that *he died far away from her friends
and relative.
rer laut.
A comfortable 6-room cottage, with
kitchen and bath room, within five
blocks of Leon Hotel. Rent, $16 per
month. Apply to
1-tf HOWARD GAMBLE
Mr. J. R. Merritt. of Vereen, and
Messers. A. H. Barnes and E. H. Groom.
business men of Wacissa, were in the
city during the week and made us pleas-
ant business visits


CASTOR IA
lh IbA Tt ud & Mur M
Mi IMW Ya ln b" A"
Bears the
agatuare of C4sa4 M4


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Fine Cotton .Sod!
AT SI Pm Bift 4.
Cotton e ibf 8irO
sold last year co eCts.
pound, the une l that othe
cotton som at 91 teets, grw
for C. E. Bradley.
For sale by

VanBrunt & Demiy.

FrteSetrs, r Sibws I
Now is the time to snO yew r -
der for Fertilier for
Tobaeeo,
Cotton,
Corn
8wet Potatos,
JbRi C e0-, 4.vd.
Votrable Se R A. SumE, Aget.
Jasary S, 1907-484f


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workmanship by expert Tailors, and
there is nothing left out Before you
buy examine what we have, its a pleas-
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SShotol Officers
SIA"h OF FLRIDA.



State B6avd of Education.

GOM0M 31X. 3. OWARD,

NON, IL. CLAY CRAWFO)RD,

MON1. W. H. ELIS,
ArtOMMY-OMM"
NON. W. V. KNUI'.

NON. W. U.OLMO WAY,
630 I4STI AND hIAil uwmIDe'FUID
"O -"mn "A"o vm,
AdLkus @C a%, Talhase. Fla.
m(Tawin ep"e ni'y, 1909.)


i* WVWOfs af Cesa MSeu 0
rum
S (Tes epirejn january, 1909.)
TU / a-i aftwe amae Imdi
whlch
*ember Marns ta. M.a..f.-
e t ime of the m* oard Meet
S these County Seal
'R matter sm Md, follow the
S l -R, B. BW k, 1, Chalrman,
gam" of th aggagth

; L Hawthorn B. Broker, 2,
T I Bll; J. Fteh.ch, 8, Haynes-
Sworth, Firt Tuesday, Gaines
" villU,
S Bake-P. M. arrett, 1, Chairman,
Mawlenny; W Coleman, 2,
m Sandrson; J. J. Croft 3, Olus-
tee. Firt Saturday, Macclenny.
S Bradford-L. W. Klekllter, I Chair.
man, Slarke; 0. Lf, Misello, 2,
p k ; l. L. Croby, 3, Brooker.
4 d after ftir t Monday,
takek.
S.Breva-A. J. Carter, 1, Turnbull;
S on, 2 Cocoa; E
iP B ,l. Malabar. l rot
S CaIhow-J .Lrmb, I. 1Carr; J. M
.. Yo. 2, OairJan, Hlountatown;
S&F. tA, 8, Frink. I First
S Monda lountatown.
SA. Miller, 8, Chairmnn, Crytal
SRiver M. F. Dick, :, Floral City
Firt Monday, Inverness.
Clay-- M. sIarkman, 1. Chairman,
lay I. Cove 8prns ; t Charles
Colway 2, MIddleburx ; R. F
03 8, Belmore. First
i OGreen Cove Springs.
Column Wise, 1, Chairman,
a City; R. W. Turner, 2,
City; W. M. Hunter, 3,
City. first Tuesday,. ake
Dade-Herbert A. Penr.ock. 1 ; Ne-
a J. Anthony, Ar. ,
we m B ch W. W w aris
,ChalnMaamT. iami. Second
t T ay, Miami.
Dloto homas R. Btarke, I Bowling
; F B. MeClelland, 2,
Sownvill*e Jess R. Sandlin,' 8,
aIrman, Punts Gorda. Tues.
After st Monday, Arcadia.
D. val -orpe P. Glenn, 1, Jackson-
"I vleI; 00 L. Drew 8 Chair-
S aia. J ville; E. P Holmes.
Ikth Jackmon llle. First
Thursday, Jla kac llle.
I recambl-W. Anderoon. Chair-
S ma., Penm ola; H. d, a eimlva,
lizeW. M.Agaen, 8
a arm. Eighth day 0o
each month, Pen a ola.
Franklin-A. Mohr, 1 Chairman,
Apalaehlol John Hanee 2,
Carrabelle; D. H. Brown, 8, East
Point. First saturday. Apalach-
icola.
d(I ded- J. W. Hinson, 1, Hinson; E.
C. Love, 2 Cchairman, Qincy;
J. C. Inman, 3 Oreasboro.
inrst Tuseday, Quiney.
Hamiltoun-D U. Doe, 1, Seho; W. T.
Rouse, 2, Chairman, Jasper; B.
S. Bullock W, white Springs.
Fir st Monday, Jamper.
Nerrani- D. S. Cappleman, 1. Chair-
man, Brookvlle; A. P. Me-
Keown 1, Istehatta; J. T. Dan-
S ol 8 Lake. Pirst Satur-
S Hllsbosoh-W A. Belcher, 1, 1Lro;
GJmunn. Chairman
Tampa.B. B Black, 8. Plan
Sty. after first Mon.
day, Tampa.
Holme-M. L. Collin I raceville;
W.I F. Leavo, Uni J. W.
SRoweDLI 8 Maormon, Holme


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' J. Gu11are,
Weaa PFt"Week ay, Key ee
Nassau-H. J. Baker, Jr. 1, CI-nrw,
Fernand ina. Iodo, 2
Hllliard; H. BraddmCk,
Crawford. Second Wedee
Femandina.
Orange-8. E. IvT, 1, Orlando; H. H.
Witerington, 2, Apopka; R. W.
Lawton, 8 Charman, Oviedo.
Tu sday water first Monday, Or-
lando.
Osceola-Walter C. Bas, Jr. Chair-
man, Kislmmee; 1. i. Brown,
2, Campbell; Wlllb W. Chandler,
3, Basnger. First Tuesday after
first Monday, Kiuimmee.
Pasco, W. C. Crum, 1, Lacoochee; M.
J. Kersey, 2, Kenney; L. J. Sell-
ar, 8 Pasco. Tuesday after flrst
Monday, Dade City.
Polk-J. J. Altman, 1, Fredonis; B. F.
Blount, 2, Chairman, Bartow; N.
L. Riggins. 3, Lakeland. First
Monday, Bartow.
Putnam J. H. Green 1 Fruitland; S.
J. Hilburn, 2, Chairman. Palatka;
Laban Price 3. Melrose. First
Tuesday, Paliatka
St. Johns Joseph T. Pacetti 1, Chair-
man, St. Augustine; L. A. Colee,
2, St. Augustine; F. T. Triay, 3,
Armstrong. Last Monday, St.
Augustine
St. Lucie- B. F. Hardentl. I, Sebas-
tlan; W. J. Nesbitt, 2, Chairman,
Fort Pierce; W 1). Kdwards 3,
Jensen. First Monday. Fort
Pierce
Santa Ross--C. H. Simpson, 1, (hair-
man, Milton; N. H. Roborts, 2,
Milton; J: B. Cobb, 3. Milligan.
Second Tuesday, Milton
Sumter-8. A. MeCook, 1, Coleman; C.
W. Mann, 2, Chairman; Sumter-
ville; H. N. McCollum 3,ush-
nell. First Monday, Sumterville.
Suwannee---E. R. Wise 1, Chairman,
Live Oak; R. H. Carver, 2. Wel-
born; M. A. Adams, 8, Day.
First Tuesday, Live Oak.
Taylor-E. J. Courtney, 1, Chairman,
Perry 8 Walker, 2, Perry;
J. M. he 8, Iddo. Firt Mon-
day, Perry.
Volusia- L. Chandler 1, Chairman,
DeLead; A. B. Prevatt , -
ville; Geo. F. Crouch, ', Day-
tona. First Monday, DLand.
Wikulla-J. M. Ladd, 1, Chairman,
Newport;. W M. Spea, Ivan;
(;. W. Carraway, a, Sopehoppy.
First Monday, Crawfordvile.
Walton-A. L. Campbell, 1, Euhee-
anna; J. W. MeSwain, 2, Dorea;
M. T. King, 8, Chairman. DePu-
nisk Sprsrs. Pirst Tm'fsday,
OoPunlak Springs
Washlnton--John H. Nelson, 1, Ver-
non; G. B. Bush, 2 Chairman,
Orane Hill 9. J. dainer 8, St.
Andrew. First Monday. Vemon.
STATS1UM ATInTAL INSTITUTeIlS.
Unlv ty of the State of Florid,
Gatvin U; Andrew Sledd, President.
FA. r I emae Coll Tallahassae;
A. A. Mrplhre, Preeidt.
Institute for the Biad, Deaf and
Dum St Augustile; A H. Walker,
Colored Normal School, Tallahassee;
Nr B. Younf, Preident.
aelIth in the daal loae.
The high watge paid make it a
mighty tempttlion,to our JouI arti-
an to JoI te force of sklle work-
men nded to construct the Faamam
Canal. Mamyaan restrained however
by the feMart ftem and malaria. It
Is the knowt ons --thoee who have
used Electric Bitr-wh o there
without this fear, well know tey
are safe from mal(arous Influoece wth
Electric Bitters on hand. Cures blood
poison too. bllioua.ss, weakneess
all stomach, liver and kidney trouble.
Guaranteed by all drnggista. 0Sc *

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TA VINOL
M hies te bronohial Wbe
am smass he as*oogh
r eIatUrle olde-faldmid .eed
ItiT dl h Meen presMcltbe by pba
eloase the world over lo
bbrameabtl, wek lunps mad 0=
tb,. but iumy could sot to It em
aoout l Itos useless SAY oU
Aarw e take our imhig o4
Iver pr^par ,. Vinol, wh6 els
talau i t-e *dicinal maad ltde
et tal Oaf d lr04 s ooil ae-l
tak trm ftwh co4d' ira bt -
od, sad wbereer old-blo* ea a
livr o or etAUsioan would d ge4
VIol win do ar mores sooe
Try A a our guarmatee
Tdhoimaw Drg Compmy.


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Open Day


2 HOTEL BREEZE

LOCATED AT 44 MONROE ST., SOUT8.

. Goriy Prr. TIrnllm,

r and Nigt. Rs Nest and Clean. TW l
wthe the e arket affords.


MLATES: *e. IMDAY, $3 WWaICiX.
MNK2CA. L23, 25 Cs
SPZCIAPL RAT93 TO KOhl"YLYOADS


RULE AT HOTEL BREmz

Eat plenty and sleep sound,
Pay your bills and take in the town.


oF. C. OC LE S

Confectioner I Crooer


Th OU~sowF AND mma T 0oe6
PRIGUI.


C. F. FiLIPPER
SHOEMAKER
:W;7 (.I[rNr(T)N S'L.

Economy FenceI
It you intend to do Fenc-
ing. it will pay you to see
me before purchslng.
I am ;General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the verve


Prompt Deliery.


AT Thua LowF Y


Telephone E


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CUld Tr Blddkg and Lmber C,
ONTRACTORS AND BUILDBRS.


BEST and


HEBAPES S


Can be built ftr less than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roerts,
SALES AGENT.
40-tf Centreville Florida.

Jelt. D. Perrell,

WHEL WHRITId ACKSITH.


General Rair Shop.
Hore Shoei by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience .


A portionrof the pablle
parOadeh Io loleltd
armd satifafden jaran.
d. __

J. H HORTON

104 MASONIC SUDINC.

Tinning; Phimblug

Sbheet.Ma Work

All work in the line of
Roofing. Guttering. Spout-
ing, and ShetbMetal Work
soicited, and eepecial ca
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Old Kemper Livery Stables,


C. . SCHOMAKER, Propr.
Under New Management.
EVERY THING ON WHEELS. 68 TO 100 N. MONROE f
00D PROMPT, EFFICIENT BtkVilF; >
OEPN ALL'HOURS.. TELEPHONE

SAVED! !
SO em eir of yoWr SLhoWe I iS bI
A. R. S. TIPWCINE
Repair your Boots and owe. Pirs Class Wok. Satfatio m nt
A we have in eooom wMitmh ys rboo bMhM tiM
NEW YORK T.LEANING AND PRESSING Pi
GCOOD P rOaMT FICt-Om WorTMM do "
to itiair. rte^Claal aiom US& Iant
mte. OM laSei id No

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J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER 4
fo wooli

Mrooa with use of bath- B. si ,
S'Capltol. Apply to E
SSA I
f) Net Cwd t"e $U0e0.
"lrw, day of Spring bring
rrdSlair t un Tnet General B
t et aiv ben hored up all Ri
x* hroubt out aod you wonder Re P a11
*tOe al n from. The heavy
is thrown aside and ll
a'bed tb4 flanaels. Then a cold
e- a-d people my that grip is
,MIMeM. colds at t6 .-wo anC even Contracts
B WqM tUim in aid-winter, O
is Me dame" of pneumonia.
1i.,, aa ",lC"" ; solicited anm
a Yd, y ou i have nothing to
Iat hV com, and we have guaranteed.
known a cold to reult in pneu-
he it was used. It is pleasant
I to take. Children like it.
lPy Tsla bheaw Drug Co. *
ftepls ftr City c ara swcsm.


CUNTON"AND ADAMS STS.


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TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,j


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hainsl, (rqsss hi~..IA ps-
daunt, tet. all h*. w *t dwa-
ment of the u Ie
especial., dspr st
now being Shoa tatlwa* *
your deaires will Un
respect sam thbeu *
thereby saving yo tII ii
PO T
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A CaP StwaI N

is what ros e
every man at breakfaitj aa<
one know that only di
good coffot. Itake S*tlpe j
our brands, |1 e i
store famous *| aod a tie w1
fee we sell am wI prl~st,
holds good thro our waten t .
We sell nothinhq the bett of fiod
products -those have taeted onr
.telves. and so ca by them.


JAM. SAULS.


uilders and Contractors.
Work and Painting
dings a Specialty.

for work in the country
d satisfaction in all lines


C\A5 -ANGt


a* lases loraprto o e nove ie riW aOna
mut t te t ae of. aix eat o -
i e Mt oep with the
fth City Counell.
Osne r.ve the ribWt t wlect
A.C. BPILNUL
PrMwt Co Ir CaeiL
A. H. WILuAms. City CeWrh.







ne rMtous, cannot sleep;

ade, iheuralnea or peri-

yor nerves are weak. It
In, black of nerve force
makes the stomach,


SMiles Nervine cures
i Aek when it restores.
.trent a nd puts
I. ap er behind the or
nerves are weak. It
No lungs, etir work
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Vi~i A 0shavetqod wtlI. W Is more to a rnan
goodI I the isneY In the world osn't mIake
ibi" sink now m~vii' Bmw L~AMSN
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I=- IN a"-Midm. L&m
rRIi m Ism*eI& to.

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1. 0. 88t01 Balt Lak 941, Umtb. writes' "I cannot
Do hhiyrpramse your mru'u 6mv Limnent
ho rerdac bbautr rneams, qaemsd by sudden chlraw
ehmgtpo, the we ber. aresumend Yrou
bound _i p -foe sougim and colds.


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Bmt Lulmet coo

UF. LunskI~ MIsP#JMS .


Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTCHED
At theMill.
I AM THE
TIMBER CART
MAN.
I build them under a
Guaranteehavebuilt
hundreds and build
more everv day.
For pricm write
W. H. Adklson,
P. 0. Box 4,
Tallahasee, Florida.

ALBX WADDBLL,
B1AMBR.
Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every iay
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
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Our Agent Is Going to Call on You.


Supplies for Any Machine Kept
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