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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: June 7, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00119
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1 A. '.ala me w light has been give
5t l beMuetlon with the Cooper case
It e IsJ t eModup as a pretty brd
6 p sety Jail *t a great expense to
People of the county, made so by
i1i91d's Governor, who loves "th
SUt people" so much.
V, r c.T that is due the True
limt for ADvERTISING patronage,
CRntI UJionm and JOB woRK Is badly
maItr ow, to seable us to
urgent obligations, and it we can
ar IT ALL WO will come out on the
ITnS LITse instead of the sLACK. Now,
Wou't you call ad settle, or remit us

; The newspaper men of Flbrda, will
Sa) rejoice at the news given us in
*ie foldoWing paragraph In the Live
O ally Democrat: "Joe Dixon, who
s"Nr several years past has been on the
Suef of the Demorast, bat who for the
~uat two months has bos enjoying a
;. a eh needed rest In AWbAma sand Lou-
tmas, returned hoom tkis morning,
ad s again occupying the tripod. Mr.
'D xon will receive a hearty wel0om1
fn the readers of the Democrat,"
And the question now naturally artoes,
.id Guy Metcalf, who was city
:* ut the time ex-GovB innings
dJ, M. Barrs wee hand in
'jedpin Governor Browff make an ad-
tjnlitration caddld4te of the Hon. R.
ds;Moen Burr wboMe the people have
Stole*tetd to a &erm on the Rail-
Imd CamiloA jJUSUre to the peo-
Ibe Mr. ebt serve them

fg Ing to play
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e LOagei1uhes are registering no
m fl* t Hon. John W. Hender-
em1 rd a State Senater, or Hon.
A. L WelIs, or Hon. Gilbert Harts-
Aesd' actions and policies during the
ucent seesion of the legislature. They
Were all watchful and faithful, aid ast-
Sedo all the Important moaurea
their constituents had declared they
hshedthem to do. If any little nme.
takes were made by either one of them,
they are excusable and none of our
People are blaming them. Well done
faithful servants.
New that Florlidans know who the
Sadmnlstration candidate for Governor
ef Florida s, It cannot be charged; up
Hon. T. A. Jennings, General Oil-
,tor otheft. Why should the ad-
ration (ex-Gov. W. 8. Jennings
0 = 8Governor N. B. Broward) have a
4 al'wndiJ4te? Now, let Floridian,
op=pse scheming politicians, come
mgethr on e of the best men men-
I tlmedor adme other and elect him
Governor by emb a large majority,
t hat no mm e of that kind can ever
Shpe to be ebtued to the Governor's
a. el again. WI not eight year of
boassism be e shl
' We had put a type for this issue a
Sspendid w Oep o'prety Wd prosper-
ue Mayo aad hber ahming people,
L wih we were esyetod for several
Ssood reasons to leave over until next
W ieek. Mao tis a lve, buhess town,
to f energet, hustleg hbusks mem.
Sm theeounty M at of LaFayette
s Look out for the aorttl next
.and In th mea"tme plo e an
O sr forextra sepas to mall aded,
0Wsisk mattr weo c0r2late4 adver.


SA Md the artante OBour aem

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when a bl aski n t fo'nan
I introduced and accountatas am T t
Supon thae books, do the present o tf \ I ,S "WP
Smer members of the board
themelvee Insulted? Do we ty,
S 4 that the htat muet sot ai 7T' ---'"
goThat c w pt Next w w
wTampa Timea in ito onlmusde usag.veI c
satastoment a published by t 4an e m
Democrat: paper and the ueual to t W
If it is true thatlda ilD i ments, covering not wov
lag to the state m sha tie i
S ithou thw Prhilty eleeton dy0's,
for competition tche w h did it the same e to be pd
sMhould be Inred om ry. mouncement during th-
,.Tte mayp3l tht d s whether they come now or
the stat at ad it may of the bIg g s for State o
Inot But ordinary as aeeptible as the smalle
Idt tce ae thewI ls l for*b mona, so if you wish thie pl ptl
mbct 1t a .P you, mad what you intend t. 1
abl man eala-st.WiP state landa ..A.. bn -a'0
are told to ffividua without ubc. re for, let the band begh.
City, bid or k, at u-se far below Come on with the anno MI M
their co, and tn are speedily the 6.00 toe, we need the
resokl buyeM M e profit, business badly right nowl
furtherlm al of raft is necessary The prt s an invstg*c IWe
to convict i tors in the pu- ialtarle i nothing more emant Ui
e re may .be no l. w it. With the investiyoatuion l
againt to the criminate houl and sp mt mo
honefoI be lasohd by public ex- information Is being sought IId! k*
posure and the scorn of aU honest men, tamed suet -s the cota Of 5 I,
Trustee. of the int improve- nartmonta of-government. _l
m.mt fund welcome the proposition forand proper thai thee mattere d
a balance sheet. Their are anxious to made ko to the people who bw
render n account of their work and be to foot the ils.- Madison New 6xte.
done with it. Unless there are social prtse.
reasons to compel a diret attitude, With t pretenses for a del
wo cannot ee why tho mebes of all n
public boards should not furnish a ebl- for thorough and complete mves.
ance sheet whe er requested to do so tigatio, note the efforts to prevent
and es cll w rmorm af t Ia- i the tltlctsof the iatdaysof the
poacn the wtom of the board sin deal- ". ... ,. *i Bar
Ini with lbilc interests sad public s on. Hw similar he repton of
money.-Tieme Union, full ad eem pleti e report, containing
That is It inante.ll, theTrue Deme what evide on s t bu allowed to be
ocrat cannot stoop to branding the geni gathered by the commnvlte, was t that
tiemen, singly, or as a board as graft- Noble Report of Asylum matters of the
or, has never done so, and does not former session, ton it closing hours. It
now do so. This newspaper has re was a eemplete wratWAsaH as It is,
peatedly charged them with sacriselng sad thoee members of the former corn-
lands, usurpatio power, allof pow, all of which mitte who were based, harassed and
charge the pI.ple of Florlda are now slapped In the tfan with Inults, ated
perfectly familiar with, and which right and proper by refusing to go on
there a no ecessity for repeating ad th new committee, while the Legis-
reiterating; be t the action of recent tore left over to ftalh up the JOs for
dates in throwing obetructon In the way the Pwm that a does not wish a
of the I. 1. inv etattion, allowing noth- SLL and comipl Invueegation of
big to be reported but statitics, which aull the lands th Went at a sacrinfice,
would have Just as easily been gotten and at quiet sales. B ut let's not worry,
from th printed orts and statements, time will right Aa of these gross in-
and sI dearing up anything connected justices upon oa petple.
s tha chep bad sle, etc., olea v -, .
the w hesoiM ewsth a DARK CUD w Hon. John L. of this ity,
stpoill hagag over it and if tht kind formerly omb of the R road
of V nDUoAIOM letiM the people of Flor- CompedsIon, is t a eW candidate
Ida, them we hall let the matter n ret. a Cpor mer before the
A remarkilte.feature connected with not primaries, w is popular and
the general winadbi ap and sproeadng wele known tho t Florida he will
of that report ei the journals, how- tandne changes eestion. Seere
ever, was the *similaty which the N- tary Roal d will also be a can-
ble Report leeumaetlm n with the dt-o didate. Mr. owe have it, will
graceful uayluah sandals were had"e.r not stand for re ie aad a it it to
Be It rmemMnaed, that report was tm n presumed He.rt. s oadof. Burr will
caused to be terbly thioed. Hbterd jstiu Comm while be Is a
ally blue penciled free A to.s beole gubernatorial i would make
It was allowed to go t the legis~a- two vaeanciee o m,. Commassion
ture, in its cloetag hours, sad Mr. and the race will Tw a nlveblee
ble was abused and threatened, that M is. there is btea rd hot
peene for the wItk done, hIef t of Florida mis"et, ma.e up
yieldto the "bosses who were m fr to Railroadp* le c ao *A
Iatds, things# at the Capitol to provost u l i e a vae me
lA htbean thrown on the bts Ietmat. hima tl1n a el the
ter t ha hd been inve dsgated. we knw th a leiame he
tua Demst hejo u in as ,mief.in chnss rathel seto. io
whl Rtm was awith ewainte die wI a The e dMr.e Ch at v RIt, .
necMed u tmi a ntodalt nha not sand wa o the Da ndas Itish
bees e1 w. II!r. may make intrst- em Deepatcek Ml says: .The
he redltremieg da. rov .U bp. esm edalILerwing event s Burr a wll
a bse ad a m Atb. l he e l I mertoa ia th es me
mutMbo init s he iag h m s Mr. No.hand t drace w ihebea& H** Oft

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The same Furniture forei
If you value your hard d
it will pay yo~ .to' exaaf3 1y
and gert pris before buying ,T
have some alwa values in Msttn

Rugs a.d Iron Beds. Will ebaug.
New Furniture for Old. Give ie
a trial and be convinced.
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TALLAIASS[E fRNITURE STORIl


J. E. THEUS.Propr.

CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS ST.'S.
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SAULS BROS.,-


TALLAHASSES, PLA.,
General Builders and Contrac
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the cou
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In for forther partleu-
i P. O. Box M Tallahas-


00 b@rom's PsCORIPTION
U1OOR EX CHOCE.
u| from Sevenx Aitorew.
h-t gtefor the Plesat of the
Enjoyed by th Week.
gasto fit the b*W.
'*to -mIt the Party that wants to
,. '* ;"." % Pay.
ai ur old stock to a finish,
it,, mt "G.. out of Bmuinme."
Call and see,
(TOLY & YAmGIWU U 0.


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REt CE LIFE INSURACE

COMPANY. .


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Surplus to Holders $1,6384,4
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HAS COMPLI D WITH THE STATE LAWS
OFr OTY ONE STATES.
3 PER NT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.
,If you become totally
the C y pay your prepta
without t and these premi
are deducted from face of
policy. .
CA9 AMS IN TWO YEARS.
THE BST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.
9


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


INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR Wi B,
--- AGENTS WANTED. .


IRA SANBORN, General Agent,
Carrabelle, Fla.


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So,* THE INBIDB TRACK C ..-
S is always. "the way" to take forW
iO Our inside trade leading up to,
,* position comes through
As A COMMERCIAL COURSE
taken at our business college.
graduate. have the jprfese.
you ask? It's beasuseof
Proficelney is asked for and had
j* list. For particulars call on or W
S THE GE BUSINESS COLL
Tallahamsee, la.

CALL AT THE rrA3U5M' IU
RELIABLE


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6[0. H. HOLMES.


TELSGAPIT OE DRs8 WILL aR-
CEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.


Day or NIdt.


BXCC4SSOR
TO


JOSEPH DUNCAN


Tallahasse, Fla.


PAoe aeN. 4WI


R. G. FBRRELL,
(SoceMer to A. T. tRem)


DB0LBR
IN


AH Kinds of Presht Meats.


Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery
FIR8T-CLABS MEATS.
RInfj up Phone No. s83.
Your BreakfastWDinner and Supper a Suaoem when Ordering
Met" from my StalL


F. C. COLES,---

CONFECTIONER and GROCER.

The Choicest and' Frshest Goods at
t the lowet living prices.
PreIsDptt y Telephone 2J.
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be st thee dnof do$

~*huwin heLqobltwe, for
~be theseOf themw 14will
WON wthir eomstlueta*h
t Aaem ** **e-
loworom akiiw Tboem n fm0!
0"~s will always be b"__~
hifuvokiu sad expooe n*~e m,

W" gooed Sarmks ea.Com
hi~~o Ia tem. il


id the me
meet wi
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S Inhes at top.
c I, ,T PLANT.
uewis left for home on


,tathmM a Foster left on Wednes-
th mer, perfaetag her-
SMM., Hayward Randolph left W -
?*as *day for a two weeks vldit to hep
moe Ine Jatkomville. Mr. Randolph
i Jon her there next Sunday.
r; latest fad I aold only bv.
4 9 Co'hoee soft Leathe c
wUzfor kneedrawe. Every yea
Ia" mut have a paIr. ai
M laoe Lsie May Lott and P" yl
bl who have been vid. fti
est s week. ae anaM thi

Mtr mting of the Woman'
?, Oia- Tem~erance Union will be
Si ternon at 4'0 at the
eh h. Let all the members


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rol


I.I. Evans and her sons, Un-
2 ank, left last Monday for
M Wf, e on a visit to Mr. an
1. M Lewry -ve a large driv.

OW ibt ba oom In
pers oastyl a shoes ust
l Jar na and es andofere
trmokim


0w w


afd thobrll e -- u
Co and Mira M ofPhy




tand lJamie Ed-
d Mafollowed in
thi e Mthey ae ma-
Sron of M A. A. Murree,
la bridesmaids were dreod
ireMn d -trimmad orandie, and
d uet of fern lev.d in
SMurphre wore a magnifleent gown
of Imported brussels lace over white
silk, designed in New York under the
supervislIo of her sister, and carried an
exqusite bouquet of whilt carnations
and ferns. The maid of honor bore a
similar bouquet and was lovely in a
sher white chiffon over silk, trimmed
wth a proousion of lace.
The brick, tall and statfel i ber
handsome )Idal own of white satin,
tr.nmed w th real lae ame lat In
order, la-amsothe am of herfathar.
They wr mtat th altar b th
IrrmO a a bet man Mr. A.
A.. ph Fre. of *he Woman'
COlW a tI nomls ter, Rev. J. W.
Ziei H_ l anmpreseeive oremo-


who had prepared
r for the newly-mar-
the bride received the
a larks number of
who had learned to
Ite her many lovable
er residence among
aId feature of this
a the Illnes of the
who arrived In a state
lhoh has ever wsae


d intended leave.
or their home
under the cir.
0 do o.
athe many
Rhes a tIn best


Don't lot ye WhM maffre with tat
qh when y"u a a ewr it wite S -


maia tnow at ret. u
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portion of
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Card of Thaomi.
I desire to express my hs-rt.f-
thank a appreciation f the







attenm attendeat helpfulmpsed
from tin t people o
my r agea perfect
tet we belfeve


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whose a he in yourw at ridt w

thA tere r ofur State, yours av -






bounded sympathy and aaseltanee, end
Iwih o to know threat you wi e
be reM attend with the dpt
me n." May the bole of of hea
Be e MRS. JOH R. DUamy.



Plant City Filn.




Sheck Pasyured.
PleSsof grass and gsos wate



ftsa. a heade ar month. Pasture
e8u4t M. H R. DWALLACE.
anT No. 207, Tha R. W.






thing haa druggist's lane. 12
FUare n-A ne watch fob. Owner


thanks hae a by dppreciation and prov-
att property and paying for l s adar-
from te Mpeoplege.of"










yeeat 12vement..

Mr iW. Mof our on of your friend
and townsman. Ho. an. MassistenGrif,d


Iwh Ina oe knowy druo it ofver
anbe Imstm bd with the eo t and
tode. UI as a emstrangoer, a d ae-
mela May the blessings of vTallaha
obe with e bin suefl bs-
in mA. Mwha 7. Or y may be loca-
Cob lanw C4)t.hela ou.withoy

a .. .mu bydscriing. nd pro
ing Pvt K andad rn. TfrahisoPadstre
Cals Tele phoe No. h2ve The R. W.
MW townsman. MON. G. Z. McGrif r




men, wheer tey may be loea-


- WANTnD---?w ied eottoe for
hammer or long. Address Box 20,
city.
We havea o large stock of wne
kibi-dred 4- amaNd COMM
also S and 10 q P l eers
will=Iw Get your order
Yard. Lub

Piles, Flstulal sM other rectal dle-
ease treated pain or detention
f ta business os No cuttlg,


b g and da k
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WM. CHILD.


GEO. W. (


Child Bros. Building and Lumber


Contractors and Builder

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber

all kinds. -

Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough.
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters,
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable oramg
and turned and scroll work of every description. &J
Lime and Cement for sale. ,


All orders will receive prompt attention. We gi
our work to be first class in every particular.
reasonable


t)ffiee, hop and Lumber Yard on Seaboard Air
on lot south of county jail.


- PHONE 87.


P. O. an


Jdih 15'. Stetson Utive Psi
~URCOLMOSANDFIVETCCNNICAL SCISOOL
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FACT 1.

FACT 2.


We Have sold in the
about 100 Pianos.


past 2 years in The City of


We have more satisfied customers in the tateof
any other piano company doing business here.


Tallahassee,

Florida than


FACT 3. We feel justified in claiming that we will offej to the people
of Tallahassee, during this sale, the best chace to buy at
unheard of prices, a standard piano. All we ask is that yo pay us a visit,
see our pianos, and get our prices and we are confident you 6w4J be of the
same opinion..


THE OPPORTUNITY.


These Pianos are *the greatest bargains ever offered in the city of
Tallahassee, and the instruments are backed by our personal guarantee f!
10 years, and our capital of $3,000,000. 00. We. also have in our Jackson-
ville warehouse, the largest line of Pianos carried by any one firm In the
state. If we cannot please you at our sales room here, we can order direct
from Jacksonville.


We want your patronage, we assure you it will be appreciated, it will be a
pleasure to serve you, and we know if you buy, you will be an other of our
many friends in the State of Florida. - -

We handle the following well known makes of Pianos:


MASON & HAMLIN,


KINGSBURY,


CONOVER, CABLE,


WELLINGTON.


PALMETTO.


Also Mason & Hamlin and Chicago Cottage Organs.


You are cordially invited to call at our sales room in Kindergarten Room
of LEON HOTEL.


THE


ABLE COMPANY,
America's GREATEST Music House.


0. I. S.


WATT Manager of Sale.


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Doe't yo want to ttart b emant osto o cc
pHvedpodket eavi me aaesto hebdmaeJ it isa 0
yOUe a or uI fa s- convelet to carry i t
or a 0diAgiot. It o help you reasiset the temptation to spend memy.
wa We nw of th l l to everyone who will deposit one dollar sad promise to
ope mo wM t us w ith i from receipt of bank. These beaks are delivered to yet
e ebe
Yeo would be how much money you can a&ve in Ave years by takig ease
of your uall e e savings bank.
It Is ewie to ak n it in the house, because thee is danger of lose b
thieves anodl, aad i i anything. But place it with as and it ii earmnig aNme.
thing. We pay 8 P s Nt deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest prioda
first dyof AprI ad a.
we griv a 1 how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba.
sis of 818 working days t t 3 per cent interest.
Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total am't
10e per esy for 5 years..................$166.5 ............ $11.14...... ............$18_.84
c per ay for a yar....-------..... 18.00 ...----------... ..................------ 5.
Sperayfory--............-------.... 81.25 .......... 27.8..-.........--------------...... 419.10
80c per day for yars-......----........--------... 4.5...... .4..--.......----......... 502.
60c per Wy for6yer---------.......-..-......... 782.50..--------..--.......----.... ...........-----......------.. 8.
100c per cay for 6 yests.................1,566.00-- ----... ........111.40...-------------............... 1, .40
The espital stock of the 6nk is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
1360.881.19
Your busies with as wfl strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


G. I. L LWIS, Vic9Praisat.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER.


S CONGO USSNAN SPAREMA. even though Mr. Sparkman was elected
S Hon. H. U. Sparkman, Congressman to the United States Senate, that the
0 from the First District, has quite fre- foe our rivers and harbors would be
quently of late been mentioned as a incaleuble. As a Senater, Congreas-
candkidate for the United States Senate man Sparkman would have no voice nor
to succeed Senator S. R. Mallory. authority in the Congressional Commit-
S rom the constant use of the gentle- tees.
o man's name in this connection, we nat- Mr. Sparkman has already accom-
Vrally suppose that the gentleman plished great good for our rivers and
' really has some aspirations to go to the harbors. At the last session of Con-
SUniteod States Senate. gross he secured over $1,000,000 for our
Mr. Sparkman in a good man, fully seaports and streams. Yet, there ia
fepable of filling any truat within the still even more work of this nature to
g. gift of the people of Plorids. HfI work be done for our streams and ports. If
Si Congress has proved his ability. By we lose our representation upon this
reason of this ability and him member, important committee it in probable that
s hip upon some of the important com- this work will never be done. And.
mlttees he is problem the most impor- Florida at large, and our ports in par-
tant and va ar of either ticular, have too much at stake to even
branch of this State. consider for one moment the loss of
One of these lirtant committees Mr. Sparkman from thin important
Swhbih we migh Imention, of which AMr. committee.
Spyarkman is a member, Is the Rivers For the good of his constituents, and
Wand Harborn Committee. Upon thin the people of the entire State, it is to
committeee alone Mr Sparkman in of ie hoped that Congressman Sparkman
SoontlMes vale to the State of Florida. will remain in Congress where is certain
Upon this committee alone, Mr Spark- of a berth upon this committee, and
not allow his Senatorial ambitions to
'4 an is in a position to 1,of more value supersede the patriotic duty that he
" to the State of Florida from a commer- owes the State of Florida in the contain.
sial standlpoinit than all the balance of uance of his service in the Lower House
9or delegation in C(ongrens, and. of of Congress.
oourse, a great deal of more valie, than A Neal Wea erlald.
he would he as a Senator .
would as a Senator Houth Dakota with its rich silver
In case Mr. Sparkman does enter the mines, bonana farms, wideranges and
Senatorial race Florida will lose its rep. strange natural formations is a verita.
rsentation ulmn this committee. Un- ble wonderland. At Mound City, in the
tesois eteqtiPonths wittefa.t hathome of Mrs. E. D. Clapp. a wonder.
.s one is.a,'uin.t with fact tt hat fulc of healing has lately occurred.
Almost all of the Natinal Legislation Her son seemed near death with lung
Sis transacted in the committee rooms andthroat trouble. "Exhausting cough-
you cannot understand whnt Florida' in spells occurred every five minute"
oudoras writes Mrs. Clapp "when I began gv-C
b s wouldI"...h.l,.,lwd owe our mem- ing Dr. King'skew Discovery, the
W btr ulMn the l{iv i ittee. All river and harbor a)ppropri. completely cured him." Guaranteed
Sationsof (Con-gres riginate in the forcoughs and colds, throat and lung
rivers and Hlarbor ( 'inrnitte,, and l i, In1. Trial bottle free.
afterwards referred to the Senate for .
concurrence. No alpproprintions fuirr AFoe r eat*
two-story residence on (Clinton
our rivers and harbors originates in s treet. Apply toin
the Senate, no one can readily e4M that, 11 -4 MRH. M. C. HUTLER.


There Are Few
people who know how to take care of
themselves-the majority do not. The
liver is a most importantant organ in
the body. Herbine will keep it in con-
dition. V. C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas.
writes: "I have used Herbine for
Chills and Fever and find it the best
medicine I ever used. I would not be
without it. It is as good for children
as it is for grown up people, and I re-
commend it. It is fine for La Grippe."
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to Collins for your job printing.
An Ordiantce
Prohibiting Domestic Fowl from Going
at Large and Providing a Penalty
Therefor.
fi it Ordeained b thr Oty Coni itf the C(ity
of TaiakshMe s nda.
SucTIO 1. It shall he unlawfulJor any peron
to wilfully pemit any chickens, ducks., reos.
turkey, irulnea o any other dosostle fowl, to
g ot lat upuo the streets., alleys or any public
or private pr n Tallahassee, and any per-
son viol=tinFgt the provisions hereof shall. upon
conviction be lned not tiora than five dollars or
impro n more than thirty day.
S c. L AU Ordinanes or parts of Ordinances
In conflict herewith band the name are hereby
rPal,.,City Council May oth, 1907.
A. C. SPILLER.
President City Council.
Attest--A. H. WILUAMa. City Clerk.
Approved May 9. 1907.
W. M. McINTOSH. JR..
t11-t Mayor.
Discharge Notice.
NOTICE W8 HERBY OIVEN THAT SIX
months after the datof the first public.
tion hereof I will present my final accounts to the
County Judge of Lao County, Florida., and ap-
ply for my discharge am Adminitrator of te
estate of r. W. CaMawa,.
ANNIE E. BETHEL,
Administrator.
Tallahassee. ia.. Feb. L1 0. 6m
Diascha e Notice.
NOTICE M HERU r GIVEN THAT SIX
Smonths, after datoof the first publica-
tion hee rI will present my Anal aeoonts to the
County Judge of Lton County, Florida. and apply
Tor my discharge an Administrator of the estate of
C. P. Davis. deceased.
A. M. MANNING.
Administrator.
Tallahasee. Fla. Nov. 1t01. Otn
Discharge Notice.
Notice is hereby riven that six months after the
date of the first publieation hereof I will present
my final accounts to the County Judge of Leon
County. Florkida, and app for my disharge ,a
Administrator of the Dr. W. P. Robrt
non. KATIE P. ROSB g ON. Adminiisttrix.
Tallahasse l...l April jiF. mM


TRI HUSSEESPIES' B T.
is a range that will rosat mate bU
bake or otherwise cook any v
and keep all piping hot until cm4
time forserving. A good gaS
supplied with flowing fuel as
-5through our street mains, controlmbd
a simple "twist of the wrist" it yW ui
kitchen meets every desire of thea"4
bitious preparer of meals for the Wo e
hold. Ask all the questions you Hke
us at this office, or of our reprema
tive. who will call at your hoeanse
postal or phonq request.
The Capitel City Water t Foel Co..




Electric Lights and Power.'

The City Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to supply an unlimited number 9f new cus-
tomers and as the plant belongs to the citi-
zens of Tallahassee and must be supported by
the revenue from its business or from taxes
levied on the property of every taxpayer in
the city, it is to their interest to patronize the
Electric Light Plant. Rates are reasonable,
and the best of service will be given. It is
the purpose of the Managers .
To Put On Day Serve
To Put On Day Service
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as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be'pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P.
O. OX 472. .


GILMOKE DAVIS CO., (Inc.)

HARDWARE.

)lISK ulnd CUTAWAY DISK HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS,
CORN SELLERS, COTTON PLANTERS. `I


JOHN DEER RIDING


CULTIVATOR.


CAST, STEEL and CHILLED PLOWS OF ALL SIZES.

SEE OUR LABOR SAVING NO. 2 HOOSIER COG DRIVE, END
GATE SEEDERS.

We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle


man's profit.


Our prices are right.


See us and be convinced.


BOARD


City


OF MANAGERS


Electric Light Plant.


W. D. Pratorlus,
Paneral Director

Licensed Embalmer.
NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
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TALT-AHASSEE. FLA.

J. W. DEMILLY.,
Veterlsary Physician

Dental Work a Specialty.
OrvICE
WILLS STASLtS.


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We Are Now Open


Go to to DDrug Store o te
othAW sde of Monre St.


We are located on the east side of Monroe street
next to telegraph office where you will And every
thing new, neit and clean.
Your re tions will always be filled as the
doctors write them.
Our Mr. R. W. Cobb will be gl.d to, see any
friends and is always glad to mate new ones.
Don't forget the place, next to telegraph office.



R. W. Cobb, Drutd o.


ISMa hdiW Labhr.
We are y a nice tok of floor
r, a o idin and wide
boar&. Come and Nselect what u
wat. Child Bros. lttf
l yt inf the linby f Mea's
Pum"Amo iaerrby BurM aoe 11


Reems to Beat.
fllnni AMret of Juno I will have
several .emsrtably, fumorshed rooms
to rent Apply to
11-4t Mrs. M. C. BUTLER.


Print and Prosper.


STAR

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Ladis Suit*,&
Work called for and delivered to
Membership $1.50 per month.
STAR PRESSING CLU
G. S. WHITTLESEY, P


Umimlliag servnt..
The Woodmen of the World of this
this cty wil meet at their lode room
at 4 o'clock Bsday afternoon. and after
pV4iad fomin to order for it,
Wil V6 troi t e metery and eonduet their
beautiful ritualstie ervie at the u-.
veillaf o t o monument to the late
brother, J. Pope. This noble, char.
ltao, fratismal insurance order does
much enod I. *U communities, and
ome ofL t fatureL of it Is to mark each
Woodman's rave with a nice monu-
ment. Let A the brothers attend
SeedilOa's MotPce.
n Ffto will llat b-
fees Id of L a eounW,
Wo -nwv. M, .inor. in lN to tllow.
aew i I Me Lots Inr1. a jdiltio to
Tdhkms. ANNIE 3. B3KTHL.
iuine i th1 s of WIms P.. Cmway.

Go to Colins for your job printing.


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MYERS and PEBReB


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Fire Insurance


Accident Insurance


Real Estate


Weuhandle the Mding Inmu nce Companies and Solicit a shaie of your Busineas,
have at all thmes our Personal attention.


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o rA a Vor I'i s es
S w-oek, what's the use. Florida Is
S rmply another term for "false alarm."
TAMPA LOsING TOUMSTS.
One takes a car to Tampa, where
Sthe first ighbt to attract the eye of a
ler a biff brick hotel wanted
S thi late Millionaire Plant at a cost
1 ,0,000. The Inn was built to
ea-'Mrs. Plant but after her hus.
'r death she sold It to the City of
E 1 for $200,000 after having re-
"; ed$801000 worth of furniture from
Si bulinn. During the tourist
s son the hotel is conducted subject
the control of the city government.
y few strangrs were Into Tampa
I s m tay there. I was Iform-
tt that tourist businem wa grndu-
Salgr rowlng smaller.
hf "are more than 100 ir fac-
a ies in the place, many of which are
/ wnd and operated by Cubans. I
Wlt through some of them one of
h ch laI owned by the M. A. Gunst
company. In the factories operated
by... e Cubans my attention was at-
Otrated to a man standing on a plat-
Sform In the center of the work floor,
where he rad and talked. The hund-
reds of men, women and children work-
ing around him kept at their labor,
but listening, all the while. I was tola
that this was done in order to keep the
emAploye from goslplng.
The-Cuban cigar men, were anixous
that I should see that they did not keep
any onion peels and cabba leave i ,
stock, for i every factory I visited
was always shown the sew'eroom,
where the bulk tobacco is kept.
Several of these factoriel are of brik.
'-.The hare numerous cgr- box plants
I the the same distrWt, and a new
fatoryof this sort labeing built, which
Sis to be the la t n the United
te. Cuban is used for mak-
the boxes, T Islanders have
r own owoutside the
linit this native
ha t~ers, customs.
:n marow ll of a town on


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-- i. 1 have been hearing
Ie alligators of Florida, so I
4 r see how fierce thee animal.
At Tampa I was told that there
ny of thee "varmints" down
mry, a village eight miles away,
t downtoHorney, and after
eg about the swamps all day
toward evening a guide showed
nothing In the water that he said
Sgataor. Whatever that some-
wa, Ias as trying, its beet to
it oflht a quirk as possible.
M that If one of the" animals
tos up behind a rabbit It
kll the bunny, but as far as be-
4erou It Ii a great deal like
yor have read in which the
Sl a floured as the"he ro."
I o hem at there were deer,
mid waw ts in various parts
tate. I voisted numbermoui ec
hat were supposed to be good
i lands, and after hours of weary
n I was unable to find any track
9 or cats, and the only turkey I
ored wasa domestic fowl rooset-
the top of a nengro's cabin.
M of little sawmllls dot the rail-
pas from Tampa to Jackson.-
T P e trees that thee mills
wig tate lumber are not a
Sthe tphme poles along the
ad strft1_ Why, thoen people
Woer WUM not believe It when
them about the oem of the trees
They -M to think that mthey
he fnest standIng tImber in the
Their pos w an a oko.
oextr northern padt otbe
e to be found treesa few inch
In diam.ter then those along the


J jacksonvllie oe.
MILLS WORK TWMLV HOURS.
Negro labor Is chieoy used about
Smlls. The men a aid from $1
1. 1. for a day or I hours. On
, ow team of horses and mules
m wma tingthe l sto the m
=a tae mott ln deammL.


trotting Into Tall-
x hitched to a heart,
ks use so many oxen
Am.
homs, bos," he re*
e trotlest a good."


a Mm Tmw7v,
Tho Mad*""emKamma


916
Mercury,


t2W rns ei a sf sNder.
t ae man emo affod
.po sian for
Sor jury that me
s r, can he st
the A so slight an IM
seratehof a pin has tkeb
eause the loss of a limb'
man must from
doctor for this clam
cee often depends
meant, which can
table medjic msst.
Chamberlsin s eo*
the market for many n a m o a
good reputation.
Chambrlia's CoHel, lera and
Diarrhoea Remedy iut l ecom-
plaints.
Chamerlain' js for
coughs, colds, c whooping
cough.
Ch bertain'se ain Balm (an anti-
septic llnment)',Eor Ut bruises,
burns sprains, i*weeait, lame back
and rheumatic palns
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets for constipation' biliousness
and stomach troubles.
Chamberlain's Salve for diseases of
the skin,
One bottle of 'ch of these five pre-
parations co e _t $1.25. For sale by
Tallahaw e Co. store.
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In Memer of Niss Noersy.
I Mr and Mrs. Phelps Warden Wil.
son entertained last Friday evening in
honor of their youngg guest, Miss Lou-
ise Horsey of F ernandina. The guests
present were Misses Dorcas Broward,
Arabel llopklns, Waile" L'Engle. Ireta
Bradford. Mary German, Flosie
Myers, and Messrs. Blount Myers Ned
Cheuley, Laurie Perkins, Clifton
Gwynn, and Rawls Johnston, Various
guessing contests formed the chief
amusement of the evening, and prices
were awarded to the successful con-
testants. Mrs. Wilson is an ideal hos-
tess for young people, ant' a. invitation
to her house I always hailed with de-
light. .. .
Cleastal ad Pressalrn.
My cleaning and pressing business i
now carried on in the up-Rtairs part of
the Conmtantine building, nearly oppo-
site the express office. Also sample
lines of fine tailoring "made-to-measure
garments for men on display.
4-t W. H. FR.ELAND.
Ta Books to Close.
Notice is given that the City Tax
Books will be closed and delinquents
advertised the first of next month.
12-3t C. Z FieNN,
City Tax Collector


Spasms
St. Vitus' Dance
Many persons who suf-
fered untold agonies from
epilepsy, fits, spasms, and
St. Vitus' Dance are to-
day well. The strength-
ening influence of Dr.
Miles' Nervine upon the
shattered nerves having
restored them to perfect
health.
"I endur*4 t nfty that words eaGa.


1* n"Sd Vinai, a00
tion without i,-
l a highly
a othe ,airc nal a n
te of co4 liver-
from freh ood.
Ich the usel4
and tonic Iron
every man, IwOW..
vicinity who s .to
dIe*bilitated to try .U
our to return money If
Tdhdmo Drug C

Economy Fence I
If a intend to do Plus.
lag14,Rwill pay you to OWt
* SO before Jurch asig.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the E
Pea and kn owI

BEST- and


*HElAPBSI


Can be built for.less than
16 eMnts a Rod.

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

Jeoh*. D. Perreoll

WHEEL WNRI6T aud LACKSMITH.

General Repair Shop.
Hose Shoing by an ex.
pert who ha had years
of experience. .


A portion of the public
patioaan f sollelted
and satftaeUtWO gduaran.
toed.

J. H, HORTON
104 MASOM BURLDINO.

Tinnsg, Plumbing

Sheet-Mah Work

All work In the line of
Roofing, Gutlins, Spout-
ing, and Sheet Metal Work
solicited, and special care
taken to plen my pat-
rons. . .

Plumbing a Specialty.


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3PUCLAL lAThS TO MNHy ~
-RULS AT HOTSLRRE
Eat ooluit ed SOb0I
pay ow billa =W ink "toewtn.


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THE BUTLER 1101ll
A flownef'et i Uessk e"&'U.


Opposite the
State Capitol!


TALLAHASSMIL,


m 4FLOR


Mrs.. M. C. Bastle",
Pris% rantor.


Special Rates to Ledgolator
0 Appllcatlon, -, .


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What the TWhomaSwlle Mlipodpedw
I9 a'.W to *etwl-eet
Soft Corn, Bunions, l, gW b Goaty. Brittle Nal. CaB
Odors Prj Sprains NO i se cfme"ted Wet
Pain on th MI Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTC.

To The Public.

n. mo dthe- f bn mat id


BEAUTY DOCTOR.


Mrs. W=e tsman WIlana does Dainty Maicu Bob
ty. Scalp Treatment and te

A woman what she -ksm bjei or sorrow for ia the
createaIt. ii--a l P P"
In beahyo ~ ww--aof~ Cr BkadrCA:li
^IiOU~SWr?^ 3itaathraq ^

Dr. Robert B. WiVniamu,
a Sgwa oweIOprdw Na.e1,;
tN8RIR"


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and the amonat 4t W a by each are as
follows: '
T. A. A P Ora.. nr..
C. M. A 100 shares.
J. 100 huam.
H. P. ., 100 sham.
In w1tM I associate. have
hormto s subscribed their
nama ao thiste tay., A. D. 1907.
Ausly.
P. Bogart.


Drn' iSi thschn


A beautiful place of twenty (20) acres,I situa-


ted upon the brow of a hill overlooking Tallahassee,

-together with a cottage of five rooms, necessary

outhouses, never-failing spring, good Well, small

Vineyard, a number of fruit-bearing trees, etc.

This is a bargain at,................... 1,000.00.


J. T. BERNARD & SON,

Real Estato Dealers.


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see orflSUH? ow 3 wmo

*W jmft Itthat al rmd
I, Wkr= proof in _mwwt dat


m nia upnm. and CoMeVmI., the

v m S. C s. kWetr.
FOr Sale.
MeMaUat lots at Panee Spring,
Aia Mr. Hall's b0uai. Ad-
n .e 179 Hl Street


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Wbe will bay tierjw els, uilvhMsj
--cut glas at any a441' ere but
* olson's. You need


, quality. "My wod Imy d,"
when I ay that you At
bet, or that a diamosNd is at
water, it la as unaltegable ta
uof theMedeanad PWala. .
P. T. NICHOLSON,!

n "Now-


A copir wu ahne of a m e

is what se s h to t hat
ery man at breakfaltetts, amd*
m knIow that only good
goodscoor. We take apk ei C
our brands, as they ha em im
tore famous. Just as gol a o
fee we sell are teao, whis
S"ds good throughout our emti*f
Snothing but the best -I
shelves. by


SOOUAW *t


Happy Colo
You know that thee are colob wh l
Indicate happwinee-but do you evr stop to th
mIadead or glad beemie of the "
J, i -jlY ou know t children and lowe 11
e I I b t e. w not have more
1 h-emwl by ,not let us show you heo
i t i o waft by urint


Abbse nSuifiniU 0ilf


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PM a

bedt b


By havn your waftdeo-ffi
w Alawine you wink
them more artisoe, m, mdai
able, more sanitary,
make your home a monT,
fulplaceto b. Let1
you how ay and m
Alabsatine I and tow
fervent tints and staidis i

you wmant


YagerBethel Co.


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THE.FLORIDA MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION.


Special Tallahassee Division.


C. YAEGER, President.


B. Byrd,


F. B. WAKErIELD, Sec. & Treas. Apalachicola,
DIRECTORS.


Dr. W. L. Moor,
D. R. Cox,-


I1OM~~.


R.J. Evans
Oscar VanBrunt


SAFE.


i LW-Amldass 'L .75
R440c,..5....AmIdawss,1.0


.A. A. Marphree,


c i E A P.


from 40 to -s L...Annual, .
Frm 1;1w U io, LI ..-.Annual mos, Lo
?rom 50 Is,4%si.....*Annual *n Lf
I%=a o U I%, 1....Annuald 100


~US~ bsPW dbut owce no'umet exce"bOlk soft a death In yawr
~om ~s*aubniunw~aaugped$1.16.A 41016a Is. 1000 members dll
~tb'Sf0~ u~sm ac.WM afir qa ~ct# hl~p each ~.euat
Y~mwgsI nuMww *ahuitar number It os
i a A''

\~men


Don't Have Your
Cart Work BOTCHED
At the Mill.
I AM THE
TIMBER CART
MAN.
I build tebm umr a
husdp&i and build
momre ov day.
For pric write
W. H. Adkinson,
P.O. Box.4,
Tallahassee Florida.

ALBX WADDELL,
BAKER.


Choice Fesh IBread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & S
and
'AM -


SkChptr4115.Last
M~Us ibteaammon tof taxes
~Jae~1a~9eteo1 LAmh counl 1
09"PqS6 attbe currenoutm
=acto &o1 ,
hr bkbonktaxes have bees ,I I
TowS fth Tow IM ....
Amemt paid to May lst. 1907.
mabft.......... K
APPORTIONMENT


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A't POW to May lot. 197. -.OfSt
t totMa Sat. 15 -
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m't POAtli. May 1lW.. 1ii.


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The Cheapest and the Best and all the


grades between


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I .jOX FURNITURE COMPANY.


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Vehicles of Quality:


I am Selling Them. People ar not al agreed a to
i which are the best vehicle. We
are selling the ones w*s$eve to be the best, and we have mighty
good reasons forchoookthem:-Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus,
0.; Tyson & Jones BuWy Co., Carthage, N. C.; Columbia Car- -
riage Co., Hamilton, 0; Hackney Bros., Wilson, N. C.; Corbett
Buggy Co., Henderson N. C.; Oettinger Buggy Co., Greensboro,
N. C.; Milburn WagoO., Toledo, 0., manufacture vehicles of
Quality.


Not all ale to handle them bs tim is more
nNot all Deal.s I CtoSel Vehie

of Quality Its W to buy right w ar at it, gt
a vehle that makes me that will not b i ye with rem
Iporilk Ifyou w -*ile of any kind would like to
have you se my stoco

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