The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00120
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. There are several things, how
t1a ,ey id ta meet our
It kined -th is for
t of great ceta au toms
ri&r "and pamad_ bill a"
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l.! fate. TheA are tw
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oM ever a thousand Wbiland a
POEMv.r a million of dollian
I thtimo could have been ex
d t.ljord knows whori eithe
oM have stopped. The limit o
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fks m~tb app~to toinvesti.
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mc other polieseeU "that
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the tl rader ht ate

eouty illustrioutes taite.-Pats Doem

1, the eo mnT ofhbe mr~s.
For the sake of the Pensacola Jour-
nal, if for no other reason Governor
Broward, who apparently has no very
attering opinion of the Florida t
is ite entire et shou magnanl u
concede that the tate paper are t
without U O er use, after all, eves
o m s and peimstent critics of his
see. Without being the leas
e me, the Journal of y mak
the governorthe subject orf a loada
article reviewing his career during th_
t three w years and concludin that h
Sthe r ot remarkable man In th
tale today."I It is a capital tribune
from a friendly source, and with mchl
of it, even Governor Broward's aneomao
will agree. Our chief executv is be-
oad ~ion a man of trong charact-
or and mentality, tfrribl1 it Mu
t t something o a t
In his way, and with condition o to1-
ten s, that he falls into the error mof
sometinem Impugning motives as honeat
as his own and holding a well
tained difference of opinion on
O c as the crime of tes M= 1101- it
self. Governor Broward has no rooeam
better than his predecessorsc geeray
.Wad other More thougbout th
Uaqa for dl4lki g the prom MaWd mak.
ing it a theme for his contemptom
IeV mea& He ha beesaurib bu
SfairlyV as a rule tIn his
en very ma.Inhigh admisdis
Native station. In fact he has toew
fortmae beycad many of hti easterN-
porarie, for n his came the atom of
aletimnm ft has beat upon the gOvSr.
Morhasawhay, spared the man
hi. personal surity aOd patritld
site toM- ao welfare of Flsh.
of 6t0 00, oMda ittsa work ASa
4v300, Ma*o to pralse am
ItiR.~toadthe faults an iayo
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opty for a rst Mr. Hol, of

w ~ tered to get a

oopU of the whihb, upon
Uop farn o b a vr to
rbati Je tw o e qeUtiout
Notified m w that shey had
Atis $10 forwarded to
him wi hi Mr. Ho $1 addi-
lowly AMW.i.... p tisb of the ex.
preas h oo orea xmp o o t" I were made
In tho *mi ~foMr. Holloway was
informed dot*a doctor Jerry, of
Sth co mn te plVots of the ex.
a t toauo- te tk ei ofroev ofethis
eary and ikep.t first Mr. Ho.i
Atwaty wa nestillto doubt the tate-
meot, but h e s mith ih listed that
oueh was the eae offered to got a
oomy o tof dreo which, upon

beuuness, andt one uwtto be a ver-
batia e0nr oft-l fMiaions sent out
heamd to mat w easy et' office.
Hei adobtayou floi'yn from a no-
To woma Wlio t othat she had
istm" M$ 1 l 0 for them,
p w a l S ite him 16 addi.
Tihoe work, do b h. The
l hoehwl ~b.w .~care obassly will

oft c uid We the entire u h a

withato ft p .nt It h impoa drive
aw thas"e Bo odr cate of teo
jriiationM was be has b recent
uBp eethad beaying itolB Thhe print-
Se i one ata different point
bo.h wie and I kept secret. Mr.
wHoay has ciueda letter to the
i clthesd of the different counm-
acalling d their attentho to the theft
tad reqe ebg special ore and vigi-.
m. Weog ndTFting the examinations.
At the investigation, eufficint evi-
dem was sered to h"s Jerry, and
wam examination, whe was put under
b ud tos to trial before the circuit
rt. It o said that he ha done quite
a Wlaig b[aips in the ominftlou pa-.
wel opemtion through his allies
me w s colored female a hool teach-
0%, wfo I t aaid had a Mad in that
madt aOd e oof whom wa over-
am to W am "it wass eaW bnogh to
vw itf you only know how to do
it," Th better class of oure colored
people, with all white citizens, are de-
uoing thie h tit piec-e of trickery.
dhonat work, done by Dr. Jerry, arnda
all hope he will be disciarded as a lead.
er, toieaer or example, ft his race to
oo p to d follow blindly. The eyes
V a thec ommunity are upon him, and
ht beuablWork will not mueh langer be
put up with for it is said be wa driven
E ll teommunitv he ea from for
Jua Sale s as he haa b run g
up wth a sadpying with ere a the
- -r that is ehargd up to
h iatietf~t he is always persstoent in
titian to stir up race hated. (:itizens
"t- whtto and colored, yoi all now
kanw htt for what he reay is. keep
yoreagle e eo open and dop him aI-
we "I hto reality and throw the
law'e erhothes so strong around him
dot bea do neither h% am rate or
th white people any more Injury. He
u a workblg, living devil in our rnidst.
Mr. Georg T. Footman te first of
the wea, "at to us, a Sitde freak of
a small matto, with the following:
"Tpe earious little tomato, of the plumb


aow thus ow
"isa*he esri

ba one Qi iaivde i
the north, whoE wa M .

ment grove *alr su t
tows, and picks ufleoasr
of the atfto from tX7dow o-tC
mov n g eahed eieHal gkesa
homae and s as ma wl
traveled wLy.
Although Crabb'te stt m
from %. Po j|"lk
Mareh 12, h t h oalytl we cMa n
St. Petersba: *r
The prineipl occupation of the pnd
Is in St. Petorb *b ke tour-
le in the winter anm s -h t off uevso
If Cnbb found ay moqmlto- or
sand flwthat botherd h miunst

ro the blane of tt.he Utiteu area

ma siw v an he khaprpy ud etjoyA erom
isn and ldvti. Florida is built up
with people rom the north. We know
our Eh teGafP Wo know wo have
le oul sate In the state than the

biy onhrasnr
Lut we do know that we can run a
Chinese wail along the north boundary
line of the at amn shut ourselves off
from the balt s of the United State,
and live ad be happy and enjoy every
neceaimty ind luxury of ife-an id it w
the onlyte t in the Union so favored
by natumr.
Let Crabb leick to hisa 17 an acre
wheat crop. We are satisfied with
C2,o00 n aser melery crop, $1,000 an
mere ditruo crop, (X00 and acre potato
crop, and Ntfled with a climate
wherein we live 88 days in a year,
I have been in Florda for sixteen
mnont--I have lived in Honolulu and
Califomiu--ad most every state in the
Uuion-but Florida has more charms
than the whole combination. St. Peter-
burg Independent.
Mrs. Sillan Cronk has r. turned from
a business trip to Baltimore.
Mr. W. G Sharit. of the Apalachi.
cola Times, waa in the city Monday and
made us a pleasant virit.
Mrs. Walter Jenkins. of Vaklosta
Ga., hasu been the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Talbot Whitfleld during the past
Mr. B. FV Maxwell was among our
pleasant vistors Saturday, who Wt a
dollar on his subscription, and said he
could not do without his paper.
Misses Lila Bryan and Annie Duval,
after spending a dellhtful week in
Jacksonville atendlnff the annual sese-
sion of the Y. P. B. U., have returned
Dr. F. C. Moor has returned from
Baltimore after a pleasant visit of two
weeks to hie Alma Mater, Johns-Hop-
kin@ Universilty. The doctor brought
with him a handsome auto in which to
visit hi6 numerous patients.
Cotton snot mery "king" but an
absolutee monarch" iling the poor
with an Iron hand. Spool cotton ean-
not now be bought for lea tnai 9 per
poul and bleaching are soaring out of
A fire early S aday meraniide-
stroyed the reelknee on Mr. C .
Brdley's New Hope PI.tatIa. oe

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latons from daI to d eay.
been followedt-we venture mi
never before hver before tho aeted o t
carefully mtudln r this I
constituents. The TIme -
always offered full eppJi.w
essential features of !N IMatm
the exaet detials of o rJ S
ceedings for thes wotul be m f
ble if thrown Into the hape of
Itcal journal, but th mex ram ea
arguments have ben falt
trayed to every voter In the
cared to read. r
Wherefoe w believe tl
thi will be w do wi boit e Al f
date. Poer have .-
smooth doigs io TalstoduMstry
If thecwillof dp wpto

er than a month and the meme
could avoe come In triumph home
receive the verdict, "Well done o i
goo and faithful servant." lIn k
ma questions will bhe asked and sO
mut to answered. There wa a ds.^^
termination from the beginning
certain matters of great im n i
the future of the state ould be
undone; certain investigations It.4
ently demanded by public opinion tM
be sweptaskide; it wa desire f.or F '
abish reno that an extra eeit.s*(
made a a a n eea t de an m
mut be provided. .
The4efore the introduction ofbils wa
encouraged until the calandare
swamped; the green members W=
woirkng the typewriter of somesO a :-4
pnant tierk and applause wam not t
ing for uch forms of kdusM r y
dealy the cal lars we er mt -
and after that, it was only
that parliamentary tactics be
to make doelayw .
As a result we Ond the oustitatto
commanding a extra session; who se a
A WLdbg thiat at'w fr o -

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hism. a 3,,.. Aeaseus.
"s- Th1u, e11010m0111-e1* 0" New0UU
Taflah ee, Fuidu, Joe 14, 1*

Aad mow does his subjects "wee
wall and gnash their teeth," for tl
mighty drn age law is in operation,
of yore, but the courts may may mi
again when the tax collectors ask ft
that 6 cents an acre.
The True Demoerat congratulate
Hon. Hunt Harris and Hen. IUgea
Mathews on the splendid re rd bho
made as presiding flaers, and It
gratifying to their friends tat thi
were commended by every member 4
the Legfislature.
Printers and publibe will take no
that Governor Browsed ha vetoed t
bill which wo passed At t tem
session of the Legislatu, gwenia
sad providing for letting tt pri
log contracts, which will lave th
,Ohole matter in the hand of the Boa
of State Instltuteas to mampulal
just as they pleas, s before
The newspaper me who wre men
bes of the Legislatem nde spleod
records, Indivldealy, and asotlvel]y
but of course they will some Ia sloe
with the whole "busth" In promleis
ous criticism for all the sets of
sion and commission. May
long and continue In ue0fuln fiM
paper men, and come to 4W LEa"
ture again If they can apdidesire to d
Who ever you a, whatever you
trouble may be, though weigh.
down with may seem you
can hardly cheerful in spit
of ye .ji kllof us hide ou
oaorews bless behind,
miles, for the world laughs
with you.' rse is nothing real in it
for t ae, whoholds hil hands, corn
plala, and sees no sunshine in this ok
wtl we are abiding in for a shor

The True Democrat congraftlatei
Editor Powell on his great sueeeaswiti
is bright and sparkling Independent,
ana that he Is now able to make larIe
additions to his plant, including an Is.
proved linotype machine. We are com.
ing some, too, and hope before many
months roll around to do the same kind
of things. More success to you-and to
all of the newspaper boys of our beloved
Florida, the very beat State In 'thls
Union, all things considered,
Now, did you ever before, see the
like of it, for the Wauchulla Telegram
comes out about smtnething it seems to
know something about, as follows:
"The itching palminf onefof the' State's
law-makers at Tallahase.w' promises to
carry him down with gray hair to a
premature political grave, and if some*
strange rumors are ulmtstntiated the
whole shameful story will be publiahedl
It will makespicy reading, too Now,
will you tell which gang he belongs to,
whether it be the official machinery
gang, or is he among us who are dubb-
ed corporation hirelings. Makes no
difference to the True Democrat, if a
legislator now has an "itching palm"
from wrong-doing he should be shown
up in his true colors to the people of
iFlorida. If you have facts tell them
out in meeting.
The True Democrat repeets all news-
paper men who may have honest differ-
ences with it In the discussion of public
men and affairs, but has utter osntompt
for the few narrow-brained fawnaer
who only express themeelvee ia low*
Sung InsinUatiom as to this newspaper
being owned, controlled, or Influenced
for other than fur whet it sees best for
the people of Florida. No better could
be expected, however, from such sour-
em, sinee the cue I taken from ha who
rules with am Iron rod, and has had it
written In interviews and spoken it
tres the stamp, that those newspapers

who d4i MA tady to him would sell
space and pritsiple at "so much a line
with satimet thoews i," and who
amo M s pw M to doa heplease.
uegaatdlu tlmsemrta. aod the oaths
ea il -iotha taoa.
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leIO sa .t wIat a

nw smee. badutsoige e
by the wd, thsee e
.nM Wae, jintwhd te

WSm ied tb, pay li t

sttlves et aLregned
pW tri kobtedsnr tlbo UiewSU

cames soaspr e y In tg a

waogwd to rePOI W i

astrs makes FloMium f tas.
toMi, and so rwety, vwqm bu
we people ("P's h*
is no Posable ,
ep dltate, or =l wW SuWg- JWUe
man out of h s S ta wilt

makes smmo sbeat te ftsi-
MsM with d the* State of
Fliad todup Wo even refused
tho WalisoT,' u w to allow
privilege gn before the State's
Mw eOmae Ipree the validity of that
claim. h on us
th ~ ~ ~ Wall- jiwto.t lo
prtvi* o~oo efwU tt'

So it w

eem that with all the
rere held and geremand-

mwMt i done. with various and
riistent tricks well played to secure
the passage of their drainage act, and
- in face of the fact that an overwhelm-
o ing majority of the people of Florida
hadspoken against it at the election,
r that it was so hurriedly and well done
d according to the Hkbg of the great
powers that be, "that want it and need
e It in the political machinery so badly,
' will find it NO GOOD after all, as some
of the beet lawyers are already declar-
Sing it will prove unconstitutional, when
the test comes as it must assuredly will
come. THBN, ON THBN I the great
drainage law will take its proper place
in the Dead Bill Grave Yard, with its
little brothers, the School Book Comn-
mission Bill, the State Life Insurance
SBill, and all other Little Bills, which
h looked toward the building up, or
, rather the strengthening of the W. 8.
a JnnlngBroward & Co. 's Political Ma-
* chino in this State Truly Floridians
* are becoming tired of being ruled by
Sears. They are standing the second
edition of it durig these four years,
but we think t hardly possible a miS-
Stake will bet M e by having a THIDV
SBaMof it with the same high cxar at
the head of the government, simply
under a new ame. It might be well
for even the governor to rememberthat
he has not a conesttutional right to de-
fy courts, prevent officers from per- 1
forming their sworn duty, and that he I
ursups authority some time for others |
that the Constitution intends the sub- ;
jects of the great csar should have N
and keep sacred. JUST G IT BOOTS, I
big-headed blusterers, in times past and a
gone by, have let out rope enough .to i
hang themselves and history often re- a
pets itself, and we shall In the near. a
future see what we shall see, for an.-
other campaign is rapidly approaching. t
The editor of the Tallahassee True
Democrat should take the report of the
committee that inspected Browwd'a.s
drainae operations and wallow It
aroun in his mouth awhile.-DeLd t
"Sie-um-at-w./" What a dignified,
lon-eared "Johnny mule" Cris. A. t
Codringtoo has aow made of himself, In
the above effort, he who never fall to
chare a up fe notdv to a brother
tditer, who smet ase the little god
ofmlate they worehp a they do IThe o
True Democrat has Yvr yet bowed at
thae feet tof oflelsala, or ked thehm
for pawamqa or ar that M iht came
of rmhcatmptioble doing. Now, ar
brother, what do you expet ymao.t
worahlpft u to hand yoe eat* a "so a
ver walter. Therea tw a
to that report, ea v ,
the otheN .wa no. aA i a-
day the a ide a .
An emitet R wye was8te a w
An P"*b
that the preat diramae i w 0 h e m
easit am anwte thea the em y hlg

vim- r 1&..

size Mendebat
.e mentions In his
are woo
here, so intimately'
-Jerry, who has ben
blind tiger whiskey,
the law's clutchesuari
and selling examisap-.
would he teachers at *M.
property of the 8tate
of Public nstruet sit
the e x press compa" a4ft
out to a county aerla
Mendnhall's ery hi
that of having
and teacher,l hi
rased what an excellec t
for a land Oregon lawyer t
was in Tallahassee

That oar people may red aad me it,
we reproduce a Tallahases spealdthat
was seM out, presumably from olas
he1iqaters at Tallahasse lest f ,yk
just on the eve of the adjomrniest e
the Legislature:
"'M of R Hudson o headed
by J. dock Barras, of Ja mvl
rumeo M, made a poll of the
tun e in the interest of te
for Gey er. Late thisafteras'sn
fliso Burr announced potvelyhis
.T. A. Jenninsq who was
here, do ring of Burr'a cand5t .
himself as entirely ated
Wtion, and aid he believed
hboold ailly win over Burr. Jot-
1-Mh Len greeted warmly on all
n hs itay here. J. M.
B credited with haviNh
bra6s. Qurr out, haa rpere tad thea
S mission In l ti a in tohe
crt edited with having helped
at t- franchise tax bill this se-
This undoubtedly places Mr. Burr m
the race as the administration candi-
date, and as that is backed up by ex-
Governor W. 8. Jennings and his fol-
lowing, one can easily read between the
lines and see what It all means. There
will be other eaMdidates, however, to
select from, sad as the ball has begun
to roll in dead earnest, we shall soon
see what we shall see .
Mr. Albert M. Williamson, editor of
the Floridiaa, a weekly newspaper
printed in Jaekasaville, In the recent
municipal eleetin was a candidate for
municipal judgW a received only 230
votes. The to and the public office
do not seem to mix or mingle. The
editor in his daily mix-up with the
public if he a aggressive generally
rubs the baechof many people in the
arong dirctS asi a a result they
"have It IntE inm" and when the
votes are is shown that.these
people who h offended giveex-
prwesson to O resentment at the.
polls.-Oeala Nr.
It has not aya worked that way.
or newspaper ASa were in the last leg-
slature, as fellws: Senators Hum.
phries, MeC ry, Trammell and
Zim, and Representatives Eugene
Mathews, of the Stark Telegram, Mr.
McKenzie of aW Palatka newspaper
ad Mr. Russe' t the other, of the
ame county sad eity, aMd Editor Wil-
on, and it is is erder, too, to say they
averaged up ia Igdl Vwork done along
rith the best e the recent session's
membership. We may not agree with
hem in all they draad the way they
oek at things, tt we know them to
e conaieentis. and honet, believe
ach worked what they honestly
ought best. will always a
late the fa dtt represeS the
re will be welme them in
he next uid4'U l desir to do

Mr Brow, d, taS to ampj.-
tatein adv Gov. Brwrd'a
o.cl.e. We os* -am Iff
r educatfesti it I
.aenet l _otl rt.

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The same Fmzrniture for ke

If you value your hard earned
it will pay you to exanmipe my

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and get prices before buying.
have some special values in Matthingsl v

Rugs and Iron Beds. Will exchange"

New Furniture for Old. 4 Give me,

a trial and be convinced.

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Fancy Work Matltla Specialty

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heno prt
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iftd It was, to their credit, too,
itj & ge membewof it, was een
i ofla wkey. M
wa .temperance g to
adriking, sad that will cover
lPAml/tUde of ins. .
i SOaeMerriminal nor immoral to
'It k ltolksf m oM0* und a you af-
lmf there youroelf but the po-
a Iw utterly oppe to
*looi They reason very jwtly
Soe to which they elected
S t your private nap nor
ml eto divided out among
and that the minor oes
lIdmoh oa hold the appotm gDow.
he ad not be"kept
NespotiM atTaliahas.-
to a a in the next
SIq n~.-Uve Oak Democrat.

' So many ailments are
tqrey nervous affections,
iAt you can hardly miss


O hUT 't.be!el-
One oe hears the sayt that to be
adZa t is to be a lie." Let a
hop at the preset Iene of the
shakles is but a promae of complete
ma pation.--
Mr. George H. Ave tt made a buW-
nea i to Qa week in the
test of his od read machinery.
#Heoa t tobaoo and busine en-,
terprIe over there is humming, and
everything ois life and activity. Lemou
is grwlan in the tobaem budsie, too
iood ce and prospects being reported
from al quarter*.
"Kdness is always a coqueror, and
courty isits exponm "t.

I am Offerin for Sale a Tract
of 110 Acres tst' beyoad;te
EasternI Lit of Motklb
WMCh has bn proMiUcel by
6overnmeit Experts to be
'Ideal" for Toa . *

igh On this property is a Fifteen Acre
see Pear Grove (which in good seaso
l L a is vry prolific,) quantities of In.
Len- p "3vil1i tr Z ail Igv rsltea-
i ant-bonses. The location is such
o- that the two depot are within Con-
iUOn veaiat seem and the city's teWo
phon e ervie can be had. The
prpert tis we.-fmeced and s 0.
S seamy desirable for the cateV
Tbee", LM.eottoa and oAi
high ada trm proadctW. 1 wi
be SWto dloaw ti tract at aset
1e9 asad to fu h the fullest .
S ttm. ,Address.


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Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, aipers, AUTO Rollem,
street Sprilak and Graders, sam
bUkIt and operated by him before *et.
tied for. See him for further parteu-
Ism or address P. O. Box 286 Tallahas-
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Bggies from Seven Factories.
Elastei print for the Pleoare of the
Strong, imd Enjoyed by the Week.
Prices to tit the byjer.
Terms to sult the Party that wants to
Cleaned out our old stock to a finish,
But not "GIme out of m messs."
Call and see,
regclosere e. .


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Carrabelle, Fla.


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Tallahassee, Fla.

Phioae Noe.

(Sucessor to A. T. ROiMs)
DBNR 11 Kinds of Fresh Meats.

Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery
Ring up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast,'Dinner and Supper a Suceme when OrderinW
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Oppalt Loo Hotel. Apply to Jo.
ius D aWnd. 14-t
Sewing machine bobbins, shuttles.
belts, swew driers ad needle-, o'r
y.maemte, man machine oil, at J. D.

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Mug IltI Ihal an out W
ruEa~~ sv~ V uo M. tkiii amlers. OU IbW
Ii eftor Ia D, Stephens will Y5 plead at
hle db t 4, CMoirssl race for And Am1 for
t tDiaLs Now w1th W. B. Lamer, 0n1. Thea
Walt Reoane sd J. T. C. Griggs, all element had do ell k
In It, something rich, rare and racy may their M to aY 6V
be looked for and expected, and ail v"iset for yl
S thing aIndicate there is sure to be so an e foe are Mit points bsy
army of eadiddates for all places, all not continue around T ,
al tde line. So lt the bnbd begin To rW r Brow r
S to P .. !--- A lady customer of our had fhaM Court J11
A large. ne mule for sale, apply to with te r for two or three years on earges pref
( Cmw Da. i' got so bad on her hands tnat
C D lewBoom. 16 g Joo .Tre given the
could not attend to her
'v'-- ro. - w duties. One box of Chemb nBramMwby
EdItor-Senator Park Trammell. who Salve cured her. Chamberlain'sa f I Jdfrom
was at Tallahassee at the time and may cinme give splendid stfaetion J we have -
have had a hand in makmg the adminis- ommunity-MI. H. Room & ocrt belvea thea i
tration candidate, says In his last news- alre fr sale by Tallsiass Dr l S lithasll
paper : "R udson Burr, the Railroad are forsale y Taf a ty ande Drug
Commslusioner, has announced his endi- -t---- position and
dacy for Governor. His opponents will Ms eK L e om 1a11 4 teo18 business of -
do wull to handle Mr. Burr gently, or dGreatly to i o comfortable t, f
he may be found to be as rough as his mueht ovea d Elxor unfurnishaI, nd
name *riplies ." Physesa Cultnot when 11-tt W. I UW ImUr.
Col. Fred. Robertson and his son F. the Colrk et os Aicatlln For Ilete raM t
Ion Robertomn, have greatly improved pte a paoeto BostonI school
the Clay County Times a general ap- of Expremi of he a gradu- th
pearance and as a newspaper. Instead ate, and will her new work N ishereb py to th oI
of now being a large fooIpage blanket- in 2a5 y feww. lo, ht t Ma
shet It is in a five-eol. eight-page A r p1 s of the Apubd he w
style and is well filled with local and will nse i s properly cared CHAfT3R OF TUmB AUsLEt NaW IATI
general news, and shows up well in ad- for-to d' a rgrative is coMPATr.
Tverlsing patronage. Seeee to the aiesI suffer from we. t undermined, do bheiby l sgete oar
veteran father and his o. worms I mothers don't know asmwsmrthe purpueofW e i
it-if yarby Is feverish and doesn't O* se*tate of vIor".so a
Editor lbt of the sp It s troubled with 1 the charter
Jacksonville Florda says: "Gswe.aJ w s ta's Cream Vlesmfug t
Albert Gilchristls resa ytheonly aow d w i out tnhe worms in a mid t.
AiDMTmiicnaKlraairu q.fvw Ones tried always used. TtI.MIof ah corpowodell be
eanditate for next Owvernor of the stat. ric cen. Sold A
of Florida. But we atrall assume by all t. i ofiirector. ma
that there may be others." Must have ,g'^: of besar s withinor with ta.sSt9e
forgotten, for the time being, t f ra and ood water. atre
administration had tilted ogt Ff amd good water. T to rhM. tureof wr
edged candidate during i n Fif w s a hem d or month. Pasture .nmii..um n rei in d ereeeal er
hours of the t wa, of Female CollE t: and ,.. timbers opmer te aw
hours of tlg sa' 18-4t Mu. A. WALLACI. alStorea s .:d td. N.I1h
tno or any otbooarina te
Just after th eci ry eton, Mis Buttrek, the popular t hery to the
In which editor Williamaso, of of the Kinderaten dcted ndder P necesrr te or eo enti a the
the Jacksonville flildian, was a eandi- the auspices of th Woman's Club, h ua s emi t and opersatom of eid bulaes.
date for Muale Jadge, he had the gone home for the bulldays. _&_ rd. .
following I y column: "It Just come in, a noat lineof all kindsB tofd zarital thok1
would ntu-litics to say of cards. Call and have you some ~ to e elaCv. iteft N
soprinted.to ay r4ned. piar valueof onoL asofr
buit it 1 late opinion that ptedap.ital.tktobe
the system is only In- We furnish you rady printed cards mw IM Unite sates.la
whi c a liar can s cheap a4 you get the blanks else- .o aSta t Jaumt V aus tio bed 'by tie
or V Its direct.*., at a meeti..
all he not get caught in where. Call and see samples. 9the purplsd
his Mrs Glover Ball and Mrs. Phillip 4th.
r, I Ball, of Jaeksnville, a villth thi r TIMe tw m of the oration WWshl e xt to
Da III old iallahhMasse home and ftthde, after l i-h W o.a"Isineofthe SSS
;1 D 't lot your child aufer with that a long absence to the delkbt o; their t P ll6-WY ande;=
h when you can ur it with Bal- heats of warm friends. With a its or to Cosot.
Horehound 8nu a sure cure Just like having one of our dearst rel- **a e ~~'of" t renA o r.thw A
r Conh, Bronch ts, afluensa, Croup natives come back, for we love this dear oeted s" thoteirasaW O.1t
and Pulmonary Diseases. Buy a bottle old lady as we do our very own. to be hel one aI Jnly of iMh
,and try it. ......---- .- ,. ye,. Thaemwto beeboem b the Diroto.
B. B. Laughter, Bybha, Mias., ACINT ROMl be, aases m etsy ft r the *anrs
writes: "I have two chlen who is now merely a memory of the past. taonneaboro. The foeowing ethan
had cro.p. I tried many differet re- Ballard's Snow Linimet Inlathe family e tt.,tme oionuthbeos-hined. .
medieS but I must S your oIrehotund liniment of the twentieth century. A c U. A M aa hae ne., lor ida ratdo
Bynrp is the best Croupand Cough ooatlvo sure for Rheumatism, Bun T. A. AoS. *hie por. oh.ar dr
medicine I ever used." Sold by all Cut. p ,Nuralia a. Mr. C. MA ,
Druggists.toH. SprainsT Neuralgia etc., Mr. C. T hdretor. ahal be C. IN. Ausley,
Druit H. Runyon. Stanberry, Mo. writes: J. R. MeNDs T. A. AuslIy. CO]
When the Florida Everglad n are "I have used Snow Liniment for Rboeu- th.
drained Florida will bea rIvaoid o mtCub a and all pain. I e nt y :he la ItoindebtMdness or libil. an
and some of the South Amerilesata enough In Its praise." old by .t~ t. Li]
In the production of baneana.--Oef Druggi tS. -e.-.- th.
Banner. "Swet-by-.n. otefmor F. A. Hathaway Principal The na Mes aMnt of theubelberm.
Perhape in the "Sweet-bya O do Hih School, aa a p- m ef I take n by h eas
bye," when she has been drained of all tad a ptluas teacher of meath At- T.A. reh..mmM OU
the lands and the cash she possess, she Whita State NormalI which M AU 1. r
will. Poor Florida has surely now I ith a her. In tlla tt P. B h e es hre
been drained, and the tax payer may te& praaesNe a ne opportunity for hsunt a t IdISr .
howl to his hearts content. thooao U students who ar behind na.ion1.1nUbtonS 11i. .
-' ~ -- I wok to obtain a creditable ToA.n
Those who are criticiing the legisla- h in their olass for the coming .
toar for doing no great pubH work term. a @ p rt.
shIeld nt aforgetthat t laws to th of by an automobile tyof .
pn and lbegoh aton of the Littie Reo Beore b0 dulb
h) f0d ins. Don't he ungra .sadaq-ii Pu e,,- o,,t .
fuL-f-TII!Unhon Ihert Talks. See Cha5. J. Diel, llo-tf d 154UA --S
.e v S. aT Au gm. h, e wo. .hl '
And It .me was, you "tickle me" ern SIer. know i e w.
and "I'l tickle you," but the boys can There is a dan colored steer about 8 hrer thtyi ..s d he
now go It: "You lmpkln-gopher me." years old at my place. Ownrean have *f eSe sa sd I a'>.
and "r' Mmpkla-gopher you,' and the esme by calling and M 3j .0 for a i7wfas. i base
g-for game was played to a complete s aidvet MIant wleI -rb lind sa d
nish, tre. Just read aga in, will sam. Marked Id.r A. D. IpM W
what Abe Lineola once said about fool. 1-2t DAmIL J. AMmeow. .
ing the poeal. or Itf you like, what ~~_____ ________
Barnmum aid about humbug. Ar. T a s
e Ia so c me and see aT steak of km

diarrhea amr qulekl rAeed the 8 befo e ... "
une of Chm'amb sCq t, aeUrsu r-Us

lea Sal* g
Two graded Jersey Cows with yogI
calves. Apply to Mls J. C. M:lSS i |.
Mas.. 14-K4m. ...e I. .

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Contractors and Bullo

Specialty of Kiln Dried Lu

all kinds.

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Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rou
essed lumber, moulding, stair rails, baluster
lumns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable
d turned and scroll work of every description.
me and Cement for sale.
Allorders will receive prompt attention. W ge
r work to be first class in every particular
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on Seaboard
lot south of county jail.


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Dear Sir:. ow do y(

Reply will grei

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Sblige, Y

M 23rd, 1907.

trr i you,?.

Lv truly,

'Do CAY.

A w Replys the Above I

J.D. Tallhasee, 7 a., April 24, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City, .
Dear Sir: I am very highly d with the COLUM-
BUS buggy bought of you siar months ago.
Very truly yours, V. F. BALKOOM.
allahasse, Fla., April 24, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City
Der Sir: conider the COLUMBUS bugy one of
the best veMle made. It is dutable, comfote and
oreqtn on le repairs than any i y I ever uh
Yours very truly, H. L PAbza
Oetreh.ee, Fla., April St X9T.
J. D.a Cay, Tallahasee,_M 1 ..
D.ar Si: Th LUMBUS bou u o m

YouMs very truly, G., tI u D
JD.s alaT Mwe- FMat Apri 2419M7.
Dear Sir: he ]CfOLMBUS buj a you sold to me
C. A. I mm*r
T 1Ia M &li Anvl 0M3k IMW

am amasM4wr aM.aMpA A MPFva
J. D. Cat City
Dear Sir: he COLUMBUS buy puresem U of you
is a comfortable and easy rolling vhe, ad ho
thoroughly atistfatory. Very truly, G. L .
TDlahassee, Fla., Ap~l 24th, 1901.
SCSir: to your favor of the O l eative
to hdTYSON I prehad of a would
saythAtIamhlbly withit aM Ia4thikl
could be tei It bowt dst fac.s
add the pe isI l line and
akin thtag into oniderat, e has everything
Sto gin and nothing to loms b hos.
bou tryWt
Woodville, Fl., April P th 1907.
J* D. oay Taialiss-a ILa,
Dear b: The TbONA& JONES bouwyI of
you sometime Umes up to youriiIN
have* e
=V and them to ir and
lbos. Yours truly, G teM .
.Talahasse, Fla., April Mh. 1907.
J. D. Cy .
ow S: .1 am well pleased wft TYSON &
JOnt wx bebtt of you. ,
1L rwron.

S Fla., MIay Sth, 190l .
J. D. Cay, City, 210
Dear Sir: I would tothe 00
buggy I bought of you two
satisfaction and I consider it good J
I have. Yours ver trly J. P.
Woodville. Fla., April .
J. D. Cay, Tallahase, la.,-
Dear Sir: Inreplyto yo favor of the
I am more than delighted with the
several months ao. All Hal to theOL
Your s very trly. C..
Tallahase, Fla." May t1AY
J. D. Cay, City la ,
Dear Sir: n reply to you of recent date w
that the COLUMBIA buggy ht o you oh e OW
ago, has given perfect t e nd ha p
w rcommnd to be. Your, respectfully,
C. A. BSumR.
Wakulla, Fla., May 2rd, 1W07.
J. D. Cay, TalAhad ee, F Co,
Dear Sir: I am greatly psa with the CLUMBIA
buF I bought of you. It ha exceptionally light Anni
qualties, and is as nicely finished buggy as I ever ow
Yours truly, G. E. RUm.
Arran, Fla., April 2th, 1907.
J. D. Cay Tallahassee, IFla.,
Dear b: The COLUMBIA bu you sold to me lat
December has given entire aatisfae It ha up
to be of the bat workmanhip and material Wy
all success, I am, Yours very truly, W. L Coox.
Lloyd Fla., April th, 19W0.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fla.,
Dear Sir: Your letter of a4th at d, ldng "bow
like the OETTINGER buggy I btoM you s am ety.
Allow me to ay in reply I am a ed with the
buggy and. that ith as ey buggy as I ever
rode in, with NO exception.
Youre very truly, L. CreMP.
Chaira, Fla., April 28th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahasaee, a., -
Dear Sir: I hav your of the 28rd. in reference to
the OETTINGER buggy bregt from you. I am very
well pleased with ist m hinakit is a *ies and well put up
buggy. I am Mtued with it in ev repeat.
Yours very truly, G. W. PATTsN.
Talllahs, 7M., April Kth, 1907.
J. D. Cay City
Dear ir: The VALDOSTA buI I purchased from
you, in Septmber w at, ha been in i, ueand ha bn
entirely satisfactory. Believe it to be a good vehicle.
Yours very truly. ILR. W. WILUAM.

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Was thatthe tonsmatim of what
tto bq tih enr's eo-
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s* it was inevit thiaa
it not now appear to him
eets will deilare other
Wsad nq require him, adO
pIth w mt me

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Mhe United to rt Judge
Mo bas lsed a In ai
t the Lodlas hvill* Rail-
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February, 190, and Is mO
aimllar osu. It was to
o r th t ees to return mo-

t but wI the company
hld been previously granted to
of thee suite now pending by
& N. Is on 1,000,000 asres, whie
a bY the Atlantic Lumber comn-
Southern State. Land ande
iW company for large tracts of
~MhI Sd fIrom the Iouihville &
style of the case that was de-
yoster&ay i the louinville Rail-
ompasay vs. N. B. Broward A.
pp W. H. Ellis, W. V. Knott
L I MeLin, a trustee of the
H p vement Fund of the
faiM gotlon of the decree state

it after the institu-
ieendants, the trus-
.sin ioffe, sold
fgfor the sum of
land embraced
company and that

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My cleaning and jrulg busineeses I
now carriedal on l t r e s part of
the Constantine laL ; nearly oppo-
site the ex we. 'oAl Ao sample
lines of fine talo, "Imedeto-measure
garments for men an diasplr.
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s u eigna a a meuhr

Be and Co. 14
Mi sampono left Tueday for
Spi ens to spend a few days
r brother, Capt. A. Y. Hamp-
sotm Denham has to

Jr the sauer.
"t0e L-od Bead ad -bM
A= w reftaroe let week .rem

ftr thBg or_____
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fatihemobo were abetakes the little
hey fW o"Utratut.
KMMar efw ~Gwynn W *
bof RW-b . ho h
stod~t f ft Uy's conaet
On ber om Kiss Own

be comfordo e tbalaons
Th wpa=ievbsywng aa Le

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Ir de eof here

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to many
E and Mi< Yaw-
tht week-
fax st Lan-
r Wadien were sew
4e. W. Saxon OaW

a weddoig of M verIweIDa
The Am of Siauls Broe., Contract
BtUe and Dec tore, are
to do all work in their lne In the6
atstfaetory and up-to-dateo am
_WaL from Sc. to tSO a
S Blap in ll odem
s' and J.W. Cole's ,
Inside aad out, and be coarvased.
Remember the State Lea Coa
oee will convene in our town at
Mefthdtotehurch next Tueaaaluu l
*o'!]ok, Jane 18th. EXrprbyt7
t. We .are expeea a I
Priat and Proer.

G. of popWlarad pleas-
as in the eltyeteday
b nice pair o s-muso he
r his tram ear and ser-
on with the hotel.
hat growth of weeds is
t outer ges of
I the streets and on
lant lots of the city. If
id cut down before they
ild lessen the nusaneean-
idd. wonders to the looks
ma pretty streets. Let
=et busy and have the
Mean them of weeds and
breets cleaned.
for your job printing.
worth Leafue held a
L srvice bsat Sunday
ROollins leader. A
is. Good singing. Many
be service. Every one
the meeting. Florida
I Sunday afternoon at 8

Lasuers and
last edne-

re M pPatte fi l Many brought in
rdand mouy collected for the
lk. The amount raised to date,
A Series of CCue *Psres.
The New'York Suday World eon-
W to give the '"Stnbiunt Babies"
Seah inue a= a art supplement.
N,- ey maker pretty decora
&tures anr estola widpead vati*
,The er -was rOven In the
Wnrld decided A kte it to out of
It ASaeders An unbo"net" i
hrn with The WeIf M e.6y fonday.

Mr. W. =w M K N* e of
Tallasaaee' S lt yOt ra
is visiting sgd a ote
boyhood .pw in buh.
neas at T
The anms f de.
apartment of the stateott
men will oe a I.l
This affords a ine a iOtuty for o
young pele to bru p for their next
regular e m en. There are r.o
matriculation ees.
The raIlahases Steam Laundry is
now ready to All that 'long felt" want.
See the' Rush Rate," "Regular Rate"
and the "Family lRte". 16-tt
See our tenth page for lnterestln
reading matter, ft is you willt
good reading matter on every page of
this issue.
Mr. 7. D. Cay comes to you this
week with a full page advertisment.
Read t and be benefited.
Mr. 0. 8. Whitlesey, manager of the
Clork Co's brokerage business in Tal-
lateaa hleftyesterday for a vilit to
New York, and the Jamestown Expo-
The Laundry wagon will come to
your or twice each week 16-tf.


be presi



Mary. d
proud of
wishes of our
Cads to his b'
Monday, an
of news: Mr. and
request the pleasure
at the marriageof
I oftthe of
to Jodpb Dunean, ao
26th 107, at 7:0 p. .,
ot. Wlepe, Caa.
Tallifah Tnm a*tmJ A

Mr. hd Mrs. Harry Bethel enter- "d beetwA&
tainted at dinner a number of friends
last Saturday evening. WANTBD.-'ra-tabed l
Dr. and Mrs. F. Clifton Moor gave me months
en elborate dinner party last Tuesday children. P.. BO O
Shonor of he Doctor's sister Al Peks
wlew nu0married the next evening to Mr. Alek Perkm 9 le
Mr. W. W. Hughes, of Marion, ArT. *-j.duatI ela. 4 is
A Mne lot of local items came in the
mall from Chair. delayed, and Just as eWat 9; W. R
w e W % Settin g th e form a read y fo r M es e H
pMM. Tbey will appear next week. 2jou r
Good fortune wears soft gloves, tejr evnth,
wben knocking at some men's door; eeR at fElo'lok, Am
bad fortune use bran nucks." Ma5, Baltimore."

&has. G, Myiu.

J. Gordon Pearce.


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PfI, Insurance

Accident Insurance

Real Estate

Wehtandl the W ding Insurance a s and Solicit a share of your Busines, which will
have | times our Personal attention.

We handi, toRal Collections and find Tenants for your vacant Houses.
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Ws s oow obbetoig
Swhher be mays y"

d oCbsmow g pleeIe


ow York
6Ag m*dwh
r ofat ladle
len of cleth-

m th

Fence I

If yI to do Fenc-
me j eft purcmsing.
I am eiral Agent for
the Mil of the Economy .
Fait., t&d know it to be

BEST and
Cam be tllt for.less than
15Usota Rod.
William Roberts,
40-tf Cmttvedl. - Florida.
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Jef ., D.

,ad ian in t _.I.
esUnty sat was mod FtoM
K ew Troy In 1904 or lIM. -
county was cut of tm Mfn
tic population I couMld not and
There a 44 white and two w
i .ools In the cotnt. Avomn
of the white toea U14.
and $87.00 for ladi. Ma
are just worth $6.00 more per
i t mae. That is not m L
a better avere attedane
w thm p u W R. l- Mtcher
o b" 4 1 .has been appro.
Sto bul a handsome school
in Mayo. This speaks well for
8t heW. assessed value for l A
mtautl Ia h,0.0,M. That'sa
B-l n for a smail county.
L. Later. Clerl of the
l t one of the moat popu-
P i t gentlemen In Mayo--
ia l onty, Fie May
te, d In the Florida
.m o, eWas elected clerk of
be 1904. He has made
0 a I li, s t hrhlyspokten of
S a .m01 a14w0 to the M. B.
Mr. T. J. W-eaver. tax asMsor was
habm In this oouty July lit. 14, of
Alabama ancmmtry. He attended th
SJasper Normal Intitute. He taught
hool four years; l a Methodist and
OW of the most popular of the county
v9ha An* religious advantages.
sis. hur ; Baptist, M*
and Presbyterian.
Th Ctizen's Bank of Mayo was or.
lM l In IlM.' alnal W AA. miamno

ael!V ana u. F. weavo ar mrnemmrs
of t company. Thk l the eladit
hous eIn Lafayette ownty mid tpo
wealthiest. Alt eonneete wl
Sar Influental and the mat
quitantlal men with th1e company.
Thr velts Hotel in a nice hoteand
well kept.
Bert Barbe, of Elton, Wis.., says "I
ve f S of Kid
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General Repir Shop.
SHon Shoos by an ex-
pert who had years
of experience. .

f portloq of the pwubfic
pata-ajDe so, 10lead
iad metstAWtlNU jwisra.


Tinning, onmbings

Sheet-.K Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, GUttbing, Spout-
ing, *nd Shi eMetal Work
solicited, sad special care
taken to pleai my pat-
rons. . . .

Plumbing a Specialty.



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Goeto the 01"",

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We are loated on the east dide o Mof
*Axt to tWlegraph oie whore you wi9 1indt
tbing new, oat and clan
Your prero will always be filled .a
doctors write them.
- Our Mr. R W. CO will be glad to see
friends and is alway glad to make new ones.
Don't forget the place, next to tegratph offi

R. W. eobb, Dra

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Ladies Suits a Spaltty-
Work called for and delivered to anypart of the Ct
Membership $1.50 per month. Phone No. 18 .
G. S. WHI'ttLESEY, Proprietor.

A Public Benefactor.
What the Thomamville ihlropOdlst
Is able to SqWreet
Soft Corns, B ualos, Iowi. Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Caillousd r
Odors Sad PW r FeT Spains a ruse Corrected Without
Paina the vi Triin. STRILY ANTISEPTIC.
To The Public
H &vine sfif .ed ,at with introwig too nalse mnd now ,beinf tr
such pfin, Ii- eIrlfu ly commend thee ptlet njmt a e oC
R t.Ho11W J. VAUGHW, PistoffiGe,
Mrs. Geo" WM Williaw does Dainty Manicure, e, i
ing, De ad Utility. Scalp Treatment and tie Marcl vaesa
A woman imb just what ah seeks, be it Joy or sorrow, for in the
create It. womsa can be beautiful within, and prim and oWag5
in head haidmlPain frm Cor Bunion, iiaidgrowia Naigsis i
they *ffi .ht and cause moral overtral. I correct evryM
of the foot- twaty n vemats a corn and it don't hurt a speak
Dr. Robert Wniams,

Top pS. R.M North Madim St. THOMAS

Old XKemper Livery 8b
,C. M. SCHOBMAKBR, Prepr. .
Upder New Management.
Oem mounrtmcrtnmw

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red blood
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11 oil ellims
t o oW guarantee.
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Sie.yeats el, sod w
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*w* the wad news that was
TWiK, Teasdav 6
st so w itaeab fte&
toactt e lie a obe has

ciore d petwl one W
In dw ame was
too, thmt be lved moaus

colored people aeoe by coneat%
take away, anmd but a od
Mew ad we will have me of
filteiftaf N u. .and eager
irmau"S chink"-my jore ado
i~~i~~rnor McisSery riB wS-

better S ad move uenful
LE so& ashe me. as he w as
b^attmrnuAWh~ aa~e

wa e form a
*Hl6 es ased a cil h seaO o
Wmtaftth Churrns.y toyof

somnM of theme the flgo
lerana. of a eh bowelb
9M~m iMbeastereasi~fi.b
Souttf the rmedy. PFor
ya a Drmg o store *
o.... w Joe.f> wt"
WIfu"O~ DdMtst often a
600a0 tous wot a"we ag9in
M~f^H^^^^M^w^A-- w -- ^W


tbehe~end wbo and

gived her awaa
who ere. t Kimqu nttohv


~ tw y~e pg; awone
It_10 toi~

hom. Ef eerybat tefor nm thes
put Owes oeuMW Sfte.s rn
who sols te n 1ot to hav
==It W* h vet i

twn I yw asam. sil, wWu
144t Igm ~is aaI rn phmby

uwe* o')Pt ', w us V

LAmin Own Aw GAZKvuWI-

rb its@="w

l~isw fa ^*

atsedlmsT lthe
thh. awdt o

atero Wis tly

too, Dr. Hirilam
th deuprtet,
^dinpwUed our
lh aso proved to
lent coaiteiom.
Water teke
id c))ier |tanks
P and sol
m drinking water.
SSamples with him
mon a report oomm
e Democrat will

b the of the United
lariet of Florida,
7' Bankruptcy.
"ahwall Devolopmea
mswall Dseveopawsit


~~sma~~at temat"
16usova sitWar
AosaJ nt, A.
Nassto f l eas e wISmmd opte

The Cthetantine
91~a. l43atesof.40

tO ~he s no Wtv at
bel aegat hoe last ib wrImtnt of I

edpe Sal~ae W.1101Le
DAAAIstric inn.11t

To the m"Sw In

NowIta shool Noos pos. It

'A asthw A.Dam
ODIa Bear,]iTw il4.
3.3to b" Thet showing


A have for
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Get a Slot

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obms'..Yesme gj


|appy Co
Ibdloto happ M-4m do ys s top to
I ~ ~ ~ a l* ^ i Or Adb o?5f B
k o w tthenmbmike Whanot c h mwmldwt
S2O home the-why notteat a show you
a w t e w by using

t :tomtba eA l dkutn

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Is often like the years---it never


Don't miss this chance I

C. 0. ANDEWs, Priddt.

owe" by khme p-~

C. I. GASQUE. MaUmpr.

A*%W 0 Lsn&rY 004de


LAUsirY CArrigeal j'ad t to your dou.
?13 LNG ~ AMCENo. Ou
- ~ ~ -&.. AAlgea. isIV~ig~~. front ot lz

A beautiful place of twenty (20) acres, 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


a number of fruit-bearing trees, etc.

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

Real state Dalers.


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la y or eSOMOot, ATa'" AT
t. t .. De of the Normal
rmmt tlU^al yhedhoy th
Mio lnelpl of theDu.

s=SIBotany Zoology,
ah, Printoal of the Jw

A nd t a r hso o l

Il L phyMritinueds IL
II, Prineipsi of he
ig Sc1 hool, Lati m,Physiology,

U. H iistor, His.
O*ography, Dglish
S la Hami, PrSnelp1"
n Desartmiet of the
I- l Primary Methods,

a W. DmhblP of the Nor-
Peprtof t~ ThColkgo for
Paz Pr"Inpal. ryw7 ea
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tfthe Palatka
1.unve Phy.
the U.v
, O gl.h

Saof etMh ods

*10rw T Dwost

llyM ft meeilatwjo r
,ai ait with lime w49hlb wIN
n (n) of the y at pww4
ade ica of t Wyphoid fewer ad
cholera ma andoubtly propgate th
It ha been proven beyond all doub
that mism es et their fet sad
adoled wih th discharges of
fever patients and patients
e sad, athena bya onna to f m
with fd, ch w atr, ml
meata,ty will infeat these
ownd itioee into the bairn M apIV
the werm of the"e ieafas
als entrance prn all thrBan_ a
mouth srid find fruilf ful growth tb
intestinal canal.
Flies are also foed of f
sputum, aen fly spak ay
th tubercle eiI.ll. T-
vent fis from breedia, P t
out of homr .e ,
To prevent moas ft vqe-
table, from bae ~ of
thaee article of f apet
ed for asle atEflr uen
eageA. All m iow ad fruit
market. shoum Uerend to
keep out fles. %-

only Fat
by death

State Ratt Offcer.

Im, faa peed our Hoav-
dher t t theo taking away
of of our beloved members,


RTiat while we bow
lMion to the provw-
lament our loaw of a
of thia.oetyq, and of a
We shall remember
id will strive toinmitate
ritima 4iaratm r.

of a lovely and beloved dM awe exteond
the assurance of our heart-felt sympa.
Signed) EVA CmLO,
Lowmn CLAnM,
Committee for the Bright Jewel's
Tallahasse. Pla., June 6, 1907.
When you feel the oedof p take a
DeWitt's Little Early Riser. Small
pIll, safe pillo E to take-
plaat and affetive. Dve away
heaa, Sold by All Druggiet. 9

Sun inl -
rshall be i
Hal of the |
the law ai
Shas it.
Wme under msi
to give. ay
h e habit, 4
tha have
i oto do a
iahere, meaA
as here, sadr

heI T SIoft is m '
* * ^
I5 heup phfre Bogs fet
a wiped from her rofeat
we sffda'rI bw a hed fronm
deat to heraa
Ijoys of heaven'iteriua

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It ~

1 04rEmgem

lan eo4w i a sale. ForetaMe os
aWbeat takes the
bui woW for a cua
Uve tb b ha hU sM r.
look et, et.te, ete.
_Pa li quor Hense is 2N,
to, $00to tbh omnty
and M O te town, but if the bar-
room laeriedaatown that a"00 gose
to the eaaoalabo. - Deouinak Briae.
,'Th HUIpS went to the market,"
dMo *agtuse tonight.
d'' wall; what's the matter,
little ckeeks are so wte;
Poweo taUmmy is aching, nasugty
e c away.
mother must give her.
be rirht the day.
It IS by AIODrugglet. *
The Lva ak Deaocrat says "the
lei-latawhs detwramined to drain s,

Sa ColHna for job printing.

m*y aea kaat ao bYa.

Cy fo
Ay for

Cholera arE
bow)el cmn-

Cheumrlain's Cough Remady ter
eoq told", croup and whooping
M brlaas Patn Bal (as ati-
"sprain, swihaogs lame bask
Stomach and Liver
u =te for o .utlpatlon' biliousaes
and stom0ebwtb
mMbarlas' Sam for dkesses of
thm skim.
Om bottle of each of these five p.
#wM ants bet $1.L5. Pwr aeby
TDr p Cos stw. 0
"Whine themS'. a w thiee'. so.
qaly A lawyer to break It."

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