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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: August 2, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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TAIAHASSER. FLO A FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1907.
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NO. 28


SGood government; Honesty In Public Office; al Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


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'TO vLORAMU


SWe iM Net be a Cae fU Mr #W gase
bAeS Seasse T1ik Tiame.
To the people of FlorU :
Upme atie ago feeling that I had
s aered a Senator from this county long
S mough, and reasoning that the county
weld not mffer by "office rotation," I
e diered to Governor Broward my rem-
S na-o. to take ffect at the general
Sl InS sat ti~M m m sue-
epsr coMld be This aon n
e ukgto e been
tha IwoIld be a e- c0t*

whose boeom would not swell
pardonable pride at the reception
nasd4oesoQfesteemandapportthat
iteehd mlei fra pit as an
SIp ta~SemoforAinp would have
to ato odo ano ai d low toIn
*tma oale ofa o. These letters,
Mr aan d ces ad
So toward ife
I N gi, and will be remean bem
as long as "reason site
a an who ays that he does not
want to g to the United Sata% SM-
at. leaves room for doubt as to his sin-
S erity and et there are reasons why
a ma an am tion should be voluntarily
earrendered or forcibly restrained.
have two good and sufficient reasons
S bdos gratification. The first is my
tomly: The most of my children are
Sl iUew at that age the important forma-
S ivt period of character, where a
father's a hiding hand and restraining
I fanueneeia most needed, and should be
nMost freely gven and most carefully
exercIsed. The second reason is: My
associates, and they number a
man had a right to feel when
they inked ir future with mine that
Siwould e the benefit of such
S istane a my presence
would afford. These men enter a serious
ob tion, feeling that if I were sue-
I would be away from my busit-
S ness the most of eOe year. However,
1 a th yea to come lese of ife b
UO, enn my domestic and business
a a i Ohaped that I caan offod it
Ssofelent number of voters wil
S as wlsdin meI shall gladly atth m pt
yrepne t, n pt, our beloved s tate
Sthe upper branohe our Notional
I not sufficiently eegotical as to
fel that my be ing e race or out
Sel it. will to anydegree affect Florida's
tical situation. Thisis written sole-
Sas a ense of duty to political friends
t to free them for such action as their
good judgment ma direct.
With heart fil with gratitude to
the people and press of Florida, I am
with gest re u spectl
f. w Yours very truly,
FzANK ADAMS
AcMdeatal Kiliag.
Last Friday afternoon a great exete-
S ment prevailed among the colo-ed
dweler in the southeastern part of
town, occasioned by the accidental
voting of a little negro girl named
Eli Moore, aged about nine years.
Judge Meginniss was notified and a
corner's jury formed, which immedi-
ately began an investigation of the
case.
The child killed was sitting on the
steps of her grandmother's house. An
older sister, about twelve years old,
was washing out some clothes in the
yard near by, and hearing a shot, looked
upin time to see the younger girl fall
down the stepps with her rains blown
out.
It seems that a loaded gun was lean-
ing against the wall Just in side the
door, and a little brother of the two
in crawling about on the Ioor,
ed it down. It fell at such an an-
g a to shoot the child on the steps
full in the head. steps
The J ury f found a verdict agreeing
with the evidence given by several
persons in the near neighborood. which
wben condensed, was as above stat-
led

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G*b agUgib to The True Democrat.


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The Palatka Tames-Herald says :
"Live Oak has purchased the water
works from Mr. owling for $831.117.
Municital ownership at such a bargain
price is band to prove satisfactory and
sueesesful," .ad Tallahassee expects to
meet with just such reseonableness in
her deal for water works.


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model of ta N The
eov b w und the en-
e amelled e. In peial
number several ofpper have been
eeommed and the whole completed
work represeets an expenditure of sev-
eral thousand do ars.
The chief merit of the edition, how.
ever. is in he aractets of the reading
matter eontanedl therein-the valusto
Florida generally that this edition will
be. Th are over two hundred arti-
ele all told from cover to over and
ev one of them of great bendt to
lid. The introduction, a most
strrtg appeal for an investigation of
Florida s oportunitlea and resources,
was witty J. A. Holliman, and it
i pua i several foreign lan.
so that it may bereaedby the
fanermi s in the Ctral and
ortWest, and, in fact, around the
globe.
Beossis the staff members, Governor
Broward. S. H. Gaitakill Z. C. Cham.
bliss, Edwin Brobston, Wliter P. Cor-
bett, Mayor Sebring J. N. Whitner,
Rev. C.A. Rkidley W.M. Cor andt
many others. furnished valuable arti-
cles on the many and varied opportu-
nities and advantages in an industrial
way in Florida. Tallahssee and Leon
county, too was in the issue.
The Curreat View.
quotig and commenting on an edi-
torial which appeared recently in the
Tribune concerning the real attitude of
this paper toward the Internal Im-
provement Board, the Live Oak Demo-
crat assumes exactly our attitude, de-
claring that "The Tampa Tribune
doubtless speaks for many other papers
in Florida as well as itself, in printing
its view of the case." The Democrat's
words are almost an echo of our own:
"There has been much criticism of a
rather scornful 'I-tdld-you-so' charac-
ter because the editpre summoned as
witnesses before the committee at Tal-
lahasmee investigating the records of
the Board of Internal Improvement
didn't know anything after they got
there. They didn't seem to be able to
make good in revealla the details of
all the alleged graft a4d corruption of
which we have hard so much in a
vage ndenite kind of way in the
bl prints, and the champions of the
are scornfully hilarious in cone-
qmeme. For Po a ert, we charge _no
graft nor v^ d^U a&L Wd 6V
idg of g of that kI, bt we
were very uch opposed to the extraor-
dinary power elmaed by this board,
and which made it in effect a distinct
department of the government, reo-
sible only to itself for its conduct.'
That is the whole case in a nutshell.
Florida is a thoroughly democratic
State, and the existence of an irrespon-
sible and autocratic board as a factor in
government is incompatible with the
principles of democracy. The Tribune,
as a paper loyal to the tenets of democ-
racy, will never countenance so serious
a breach of principle.-Tampa Tribune.
eBorrowed Fame.
The Evening News has been surprised
to see several newspapers, including the
usually well-informed Tribune, falling
into the error circulated a few days ago
in the press dispatches, giving Will S.
Hayes credit for the authorship of
"Dixie." Mr. Hayes died on Monday
and the telegraphic obituaries described
him as the writer of the deathless
Southern lyric.
The authorship of 'Dixie" was set-
tied about as definitely as it could be
settled, in 1904, when Daniel Decatur
Emmett, a former minstrel man, near
unto death at Mount Vernon, 0., pro-
dueed the original copy of the words
and music at the request of the editor
of the Confederate Veterans' organ of
the United Confederate Veterans, and
told the sto of how it happened to be
written. Emmett wa a performer In
Bryant's Minstrels, andn 186, the
mansgr of the show requested Em-
mttt o compoe a new "walk 'round,"
one that would "wake 'em up," a busi-
nem was dull and something new was
needed to interest the show-going pub-
lie of those days. Emmett. "on a rainy
Sunday,"nta theeity of New York,
wrote "Dixie" and it was "put on" by
the mnalstrel show at once and made an
istsataneous hit. Adopted generally by
the outhern soldiers dtering the war,
It survived that conflict aad is still the
most popular of historic melodies-
more popular and more generally ud
and applauded than theeo-caJled nation-'
al antbema, which lack its spontaneous
enthueiasm aad inimitable movement.
The Confederate Veteran of Septem-
ber. 1904, published the story of Em.
mett and a fee simile of the original
manuscript of "Dixie." Emmett is dead
-but Jutice demnamIs that his claim to
fame e not srrenesuy transferred to
other, who offer no satisfactory proof.
-Tampa Evening News


woulmearn on.hsrivewagtrip hs knen wagons did not visit those sections of
not how close at hand aid was, th city the tion A del-
Ensign a stepped out and, inw Now with the Salvation Army deliv.
bite astlfe s thereafter, the new ring the ie all will be served, every
fe' lek wasnatt tneat of theu mew r pue t within the~ r nh of all.
Ol staWnke mw o at the door oter To tho"e who can ford it I cent is
little calia. The mother and child were ,.ktmerib doeh oald
made comfortable within it, and thencarged for each tcket, and ach calls
driven to another part of the city where for 6 cents worth of ce. To s ase-
at tth offte Salvatie n Army, .- trn Ias mayso there
of etr provided until her husband ,man y In vree ofall charge.
shall be a t in secure moere re- It is a gret work of charity that is
munerstive work and ain take them bein cdone. a work whose benefits can-
unoer his own cared o not be over estimated.
It was the first errand of mercy ofe ubscriptioslo the ice fund should
the now wagon, yet it wt a wonderful besent Ensign Paul, and he will see
beginning that every cent subscribed does good
ICI WAGON IERVICE. where it is most needed.
The Salvation Army penny ice wagon b.le t'
service begins in earnest today, and the Dea t s ua s
relief Ua will bring to poverty-stricken and oe all Interest when help is with-
ome whe sickness and sufferings in reach. Herbine will make that liver
are to mothers with new born infant perform its duties properly. J. B.
struggling to exist through t. long Vaughn, Elaba Ala., writes: "Being
hot summer, and to the xior who would a constant sufferer from constipation
desewise have known nothing of the and a disordered liver, I have found Her-
eomforte of lie, cannot be overestimat- tine to be the best medicine. for these
ed. troubles on the market I have used it
The distributing of the tickets, each constantly. 1 believe it to be the bent
calling for 6 cents worth of ice, brought medicine of its kind, and I wish all suf-
tears of gratitude from many eye, eve forers from these troubles to know the
when it was almost impossible to get good Herbine has done me. Sold by
the ice because the regular delivery Hardee-Smith Drug Co.


SLVER KoIGS
AT ST. MARKS

Tarpea Casght'rat Sper wSth
Iabd of Sea at St. Marms.
The tarpon, known as the "king
the sea," is one of the gamt of fish,
and a very rare watch. It has been a


DNOZYWORK

Were enwg CaI Owe bhy a Crateftl

[FromTies.-Union.]
Penniless, her ea shelter for herself
and little baby gie by a grateful ne-
gro, her husband away at his work on
one of the boat. ~tyhg up and down
the river, one destitute white woman of
Jacksonville fe-, i so many others
have found, ad help and minis-
tering aid into the vataon Army.
And the fret wak of the Salvation
Army ie wagon wa that of an ambu-
lance for It the sickly mother
and the siekier t t away from the
negro cabin to a better place of shel-
ter and then. B yo o6ff on its see-
ond errand of meray, eame back again
with ice and meees nd food.
It was another lttl heart-story that
came to light, all uxpetedly, as En-
sign A. H. Paul was pushing his work
among the desltate of the city. It
roved that all the provert is not, af-
all, m New York ad the great cit-
ies of the North and Est. And it
proved furthermore, that the same
power that saves them there is quietly,
unostentatiously, but effectively, carry-
ing out its mission here.
A WORLD-OLD STORY.
It was a world-old story, a tale as
ancient as the cities and as humanity,
that was told Easign Paul when, mak-
ing his rounds through the poorest see-
tions of the city, his attention was at-
tracted by the pale anaemic face of a
white woman, peering from the little
window of a negro cabin.
He entered and asked her, as she sat
there crooning sonsme old song'over a
sickly infant, fretting and suffering
from the heat, what it all meant, and
the world-old story was told. She and
her husband, a laborig man and no
shirker of work, had lived happily un-
tilsicknes eame to hia. Andil ems lin-
gered. wage topped, lace was lost,
and the little fu t had been laid
aside while he and detshreamed of the
future of a lttle baby only a few
weeks old then, e into nothing-
The band, half frati, made every
search for work and nally found it on
one of the river boat. The income

enough to Ine a ttle food, a little
sustenance until something better should
be secured.
OBATITUDS OF N3GRO.
But It ould not meet the rents of
even the humblest of the little cottages
that dot the poorer sections of the cfty.
Shelter must be had some way. and
then, just as the problem seemed insol-
uble, the answer came.
A year or more before, when the
world had been smiling a bit more xind-
ly upon him, the husband had extended
a kindnesa to a negro, one of the old
school negroes. It had been but a lit-
tle, as the world looks at such things.
yet to the negro it had been a princely
gift. And he had not forgotten it.
Money he did not have and could not
give. But he did have a little home, a
little place of shelter. The wife and
her baby wouldd come there, while the
husband was away. She would be afe,
alone, and everything that the old ne-
gro could supply would be given
And the husband, no other way open,
accepted, took his wife there and left
her. She was given a little room in the
cabin as her own, and the best that the
negro could do was done tor her.
TO NEW QUARTERS.
When she had finished her story to
the ensign, and had cried a little bit
when his warm sympathy touched her
heavy heart, the woman told him of her
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Try Pansaee Speasa
If you have a few days to spend re-
w m eeels Pnees p on te
Golf of Mexico, for we have just tried
It, with most definte bmefit. And you
can reach it In flye hours from Balin-
~brid, and with little fatigue. Sport
l ty bathing, ceiling, rowlpn
laabbng, oyaterg, alt and
ineral bath ad swimming and the
best mineral water o eartnh-waters
that give one a appetite and a diges-
tion that you ba wen a boy-and
that's ood ouxh for a k .
Decatur countyktes are fnding this
out fast, and quite a number have cot.
tages there and others are building.
There is a good hotel which supplies
good wholesome aoo-msdations. with
a table groaning under the best the
market affords, including fsh and other
sea food, fish right out of the briny
*Te hotel is conducted by Mr. J. C.
Trice, for years one of blorida's lead-
ing and eclverest newspaper men, ad
matron in charge one of Tvllahassee's
most capable and worthy ladies, Mrs.
Braswell. An efficient eorpe of ser-
vants are constantly looking after the
comfort and wants of the guests-and
the man or woman who roes there and
falls to find solid comfort and material
benefit is indeed hard topleaseand need
not seek it anywhere.
We shall speak of this place again
and more at length-for the benefit of
our readers.-Bainbridge Democrat.
Self Cesaceaessem.
It's a fact; there are a few papers
in Florida that if |a real live, original
editorial should And itself within their
columns it would cause the pres to
stop, the chases to burst and the office
cat to commit suicide. None of the"e
things however have happened in sev-
eral of these of"ce* in many moons. -
Manatee Record.
The Tribune is uriad to note the
foregoing and w to begin with, sug.
gest to Editor Walpole that it would be
quite a delight to his friends and
might confound his enemies should he
take his own advice and publish a
"real live original editorial" in the
Record. If, modestly recognizing his
own deficiencies, he realiase the hope.
lessness of such an effort, me weuM
think aa apology to the capable editors
of the state preestobe border and
a resolve to abstain in the future t rn
unwarranted and slanderous mud aliOg-
ethe State ef Floria,
from tart to = fteemip, *ot orably with that of ay state of time
Union. No man with guamti who
looks through the dailies and weeklies
will fail to be eonviaeed that their edi-
tors amre fully alive to the issues of
the hour, and the needs of their com-
munities and of the state. He will
moreover, be refreshed by an unus-
ual sum total of pleasing or inality in.
the wide-awake, compreheaive and ag-
gressive editorials, made doubty enjoy-
able to the reader by keene sense of
humor that pervades them. The
Tribune is not prepared to let the
newspapers of Florida take a second
place in comparison with those of any
other state; and the high degrees of ex-
cellence they have attained is a con-
spicuous tribute to the men of vim, and
brain who have patently, laborously
and in the face of obstacles that would
have driven the less courageous to im-
potent despair, struggled valiantly and
triumphed gloriously in their arduous
tasks.-Tampa Tribune.
The friends of Mrs Anna Cotner Box-
horn sympathize with her upon the
death of her child in Dothan, Ala.
Mrs. Boxhorn brought the little one
here last Monday afternoon for burial
in the Hebrew cemetery, where lie
buried her father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. Cotner, who were two of Talla-
hassee's most respected citizen.
Print with your home printer always.


This willnoS doubt t.Ma a
very popular fishing pIleo.

New Wa te'ltlt. ,
A dispatch of July 27th, from Colu-
bus Ind., tell of a new way to fOght a
duel:
"Two drivers of automobiles fougt
a terrible duel here with their machne-
as weapons. They are Joe Medlam f ,
this city, and Eugene E. Reyer, of o.
lomo, each an agent for his particulart.
type of car.
'An accidental collision started the
row. Both men became angry andm
putting on full speed, hae de
other. Time and again they crashed to
gsher, each trying to put the other
machine ont of action. They wouldM
back away, then charge again, until the
fenders of Medlam's machine were so
bent it wouldn't run
"Medlam then became more angry
than ever and leaped into the other ear.
He began to pummel Royer, but the po-
lice putan end to it." Perhaps it beats
the "hot air" variety of duels, too. if
one can get the automobile to fight
with.
W. C. Bedges for JuNde.
Hon. W. C. Hodges many Leon coun-
ty friends will be pleased to learn that
he is rapidly recovering from a severe
and painful case of rheumatism Inder
treatment at Hot Springs, Arkansas,
and the hope is general among our p
ple that he will soon return hom well
and sound. That is a graceful
ment too that is being timd hm d
worth, that he Is Lring esdok aso
strongly for appointment to the United
States Judeshp, made vacant by the
death of Judge Swayne. ooknt
Roosevelt mifht go further and do
worse by appointing a non-relident re-
publican Judge.
"The whe worse the deed, the more need
has the sinner of our love and help."
Pajamas and Light Underwear are a
necessity in this clinste during the
summer months. Large stock at Bums
ACo.'s. 23
You never can tell how hot is is by
how you feel, nor how you feel by how
hot It Is, but there are times when. if
it's hot as you feel, (and therefore, if
you're as hot as it feels) you couldn't
feel any hotter If you were, and couldn't
be anyt hoter if you felt like it. All of
which goes to prove that the hotter you
feel the hotter It is whethether it s or
pot, which conclusion is the basis value
of the thermometer, whether it says
that you're that hot or not.-Chatta-
hooches "Bug." And yet it is hot, hot*
ter, hotteNt I And many people two of-,
ten get "hot in the collar unnecessari-
ly.


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number of years since one of these
fighting fellows has been caught in the
waters near TaUsaesse.
Last week a party of three, Mifas.
A. D. Zachary W. A. Zachary and 3.
M. Cates, went on a tri to t. Marks
to have some sort wi rod satd vL
Several times before they had shed
those waters and had ad strikes
tarpon, but never bad tOn takleba
sufficient to hold the ative mat.
This time they were better
so they set out to "lead aie"r
supper. They were b ho i
br. and had caught a m, a-
fish, when the tarpon am up.
had numbers of strikes, and for a wb
it seemed as if they were not geoag
land one, for as soon as t w
take hold of the hook, off would o
and all.
Mr. A. D. Zaehary ad been rather
generous with hib ie and eny had
fort yards of No. 18 cuttahuk left.
He hadhis eyes open for the next W p.
portunity, and Mr. Tarpon dM not
him unawares. As soon as the foi waa
hooked he began his gigante
leaping out of the water for yards a
time. Mr. Zachary had loe t h O M .
tackle on these gents efore, I
about learned the art of 1asa `
properly, giving of line when t1 0 .
would leap nge, and takO W
back as soon as clrcumatanems ea
allow. For forty.five minutes t gp.
rifle battle lasted. Number. e r
the gamester darted off at i A ft,
and it seemed as If he
stop; but the careful
rod on the part of Mr. asa i .
brought the old boy to tawSonP ;!
just whipped out. TLead mlhI0b'
the bat, he saw the aier S


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H. B. W., In Woman's National Dai-
ly, says: "Evn after a man has 'eaten
his words,' he may gag at swallowing
his ladignation."
And now it is claimed that the genu-
Sb hell, that lake of fire and brim stone,
Is loeatd in the sun, that shines and
mite. so brightly on this earth.
The good State of Georgia legislated,
by a large majority, in favor of prohi-
I bition, the vote in the House ot Repre-
se ntatives on Tuesday being 139 to 39.
From the Miami Metropolis, July
27th, comes the following: Handle
your best friends like your cash, is the
i advice of the Baltimore American. In
other words, get all you can and can all
you get. ^ .. .. ..
The whole State will rejoice with
Lake City in the Establishment of Co.
lumbla College there by the Baptists of
Florida. The True Democrat extends
beat wishes to Lake City and hopes its
college will soon berom ... .. l -. --,.. .... l.L


very Iist in the, soutI.
"Believing things to be o does not
always make it no,." and if distressing
thoughts have entered thee, fear them
not, but be still a while, not believing
in the power which thou feelest they
have over thee, and it will fall of a
sudden." .. . .,
A more truthful paragraph never got
Into the public print than in the follow-
ing, by John C. Calhoun: "The very
essence of free government consists in
considering offices as public trusts, be-
stowed for the good of the country, and
not for the benefit of an individual or
party." ., ,, ., ,.
Mr. A. E. Ewan, staff correspondent
of the great and good Times-Union, is
new In this city to report the full and
complete doings and happenings of the
I. I. Investigating Commission, and it
will be given to the public just an it is,
too, without any frills or scolops being
hitched to it.
And now Hon Park Trammell, in an
Interview in the Jacksonville Metropo-
lis, has announced that he will possibly
be a candida. for United States Sena-
tor, and the candidates to date are Mons.
Stephen It. Mallory, for re-election, J.
Laud Brown, and John S. Beard, and
there may be more coming. Those
Trammells HureP do love office holding.
Will you please read h,'w the live
Oak Democrat now sizes it up: "I'n-
happily. Gov. Itrowarnd' reputation
thus far rests upon Statfe issues aIlone
In which the outsiltde world feIs no int-
terest; hence it is not to he' expct('t
that he can be marked ai auviildlel, tim-
ber as a Southern candlidlate for the'
Presidency just yet." That, to,, after r
our great Napoleon has had himself in.
torvlowed and exprest-d his sentiments
on the next national democratic plat-
form, revision of the tariff, etc.
The Tampa Tribune says: "Editor
Harris, of the Ocala Banner, dos not
approve the thought that revengee is
sweet ;' and he is right It in bitter as
gall. And it in the fool foundation of
the 'unwritten law '" Yes, and like
the unwritten law, it should be wiped
from the face of the earth, for to be
revengeful han not been handed down
tothis generation as a legacy- asan ex-
cuse for action of that kind against any
imagined wrong or evil done anyone of
uS.
The Tampm Eventig News has this to
say about the action of the (Governr's
private secretary: "Why should the pri-
vate secretary of the governorr take at
upon himself to 'implore' a Republican
President In regard to the appointment
of a Federal judge? Evidently some-
body worked on the susceptibilities of
the secretary." And forewarned may
foreLm the secretary and prevent
hin from putting his foot into more s-
rti matters In the fute. He cannot
saaduuly wish to get himself mixed
up In te little vexatious affairs that
are up often in the Executive
Department; and the people aome years
ago decMed 1U was no Mmeesity for
an acting ULetmsat-Governor.


Almoet every week fe a mmberof
weeks, men who have be=e ONemaful the raa e of t he
in business affairs, and who have ase- a p m d report upon el o
mulated money, at Jasksonvile, aad at diers of he Indian wars and their
other Florida points, particularly so at have publbed an annaousme nt to
Jackaonyille and at Live Oake are whidc oess the following:
credited with contributing liberally of TU~l C elaim, and all Cela

Men's Christian Asmocitmn building, a
home for the Salvaion Army and for f OiWeggp, 1 was the iattim of fe
other christianpurposes, and for doing LOelIue of 1907 to oxelude nm the
other good work in the Master's Vine- u1 yin of the o ombehm the
yard. The contributions wear all given Wses elim, but the reason eeaM Uist
' quietly and in the true spirit, with no have bee to do so as a "rdelstae'
hope of advertising the names of the clwam,.-d e it has not been rested,
contributors, and perhaps each one of but, o nh contrary, has b &ee owed
those noble Floridian would much pre- as a vad alim by the Legislature amd
for their names had not been pubhshed an a nt actually appropriated for it
In connection with the gifts for the settle.mt, the only obstacle to "et.-
work their money 1a doing "In Hi.s etbe the fact that the
Name;" but Providence and newspaper mpri ted was insuffielent to aatedy
reporters, would not let it be so, and tha the sum so appropriate
the people of Florida are now familiar remains in the State Treasury, t only
with the names of most of those good em to te credit of the m on ar
men, who have recently made it possitem to timan wer claim fund.
ble for the Salvation Army at Jackson.- If the commissioners, in their pub.
ville, perhaps the very humblest chris- hd notice, have rightly interprotd
tian organization we have with us, to the law under which they are eating,
do even more christian work than be- not only the Wailes claim, spefleally
fore. Read the pathetic story we pub. namedbut the claims of th B. C.
lish on our first page, "In His.Name Do awis estate and Capt. Sam Hope.
They Work,"as abmall example of the which have been considered by previ-
result of the work of these lowly, but ous Legislatures, are excluded from
pure and true christian workers of the their coneideration.
Salvation Army, and then let all men The claim, too, are just, and until
ask, can any true man despise, ridicule paid places the State ot Florida as a re-
or slur at such christians. That arti- pudiator of just debts.
cle shows up the Christ spirit of the two, -pdo - d-eb--
the humble and pure spirit first of We note in a number of newspapers
the grateful "old time negro" and of that "notices of application for tax
the Salvation Army "Servant ef the deeds" are being advertised under sec-
Master," who well done t eir duty as tion 8,-chapter 888, Laws "of Florida.
christians, even looking into "the hum. This is all wrong, since that has been
blest of the little cottages that (lot the changed by the new statutes. 'The no-
I pooreHt actions of the city In our tices, to be correct, should be as our
notA- book, at times, as they have con- painstaking, efficient and popular Clerk
tributed, have we jotted down the names of the Court publishes them, as follows:
of tho contributers to all of those go(od "Notice of Application for Tax Deed,
institutions of mercy and love for their Given in Accordance with Sections 474
fellowmen, not that we expect to ever and 575 of the General Statutes of the
publish a list of their names, for we State of Florida." Will those notices
know they do not desire that, and that have to be republished to make them
free and cheap advertising was not what legal? ... pl... .
they hoped to gain from it, but that Hon. T. A. Jennings, publishes an ad-
we could keep in our memory the deep dre. to the Democratic votersof Flor-
regard and respect this writer has for ida announcing that he will not be a can-
all.men who do such things, in the right dldate for Governor. It come to us just
spirit. To close, it must needs, in- as we were about to go to press with
deed, be a source of much pleasure to this Issue and will appear in this news-
see the good fruits that are daily corn- paper next week. There will be thous-
itng from the contributions they have hands of good democrats, and Hon. Al-
made particularly to the Salvation Ar- bert Jennings' warm friends in every
my work at Jacksonville, our loved Me- county, w.l will regret it, but he is an
tropolis of Florida, "for he that doeth ambitious young man e and Floridians
it unto the least of one of these, doeth will ye honor him. He is of the kind
it even unto me," Yea, he laitheth up of men, most Floridians would now like
treasures, where it will bring gold edge to see holdhih Stteoffce of honor
and most handsome profits, wealth Here we have a galantry of the prac-
that will last throughout eternity, and tical sort. At the convention of the In-
maybe eash and all of these good men, ternational Association of Retail Clerks
with all their loved ones, will abide strenuous declarations were made in
and reside with their Muster, and The favor of equal wages for men and
True Democrat, hopes it wil be so. Let women doing the same work; for short
us all strive to do good. Send a small w.king hours for all, and for seats be-
contribution now to the Jacksonville hind the counters for all the young
Salvation army, that Ensign Paul and women and girls when waiting for cus-
his humble workers may go on doing timers. Strong speeches were made,
good work in the Master's Vineyard. and not a dissenting voice was heard on
Onourfirst page we publish a card either proposition, and there wasn't a
from lion. Frank Adams, stating that female delegate on the floor of the con-
he will not be a candidate for the vention. Woman's National Daily.
United States Senate and giving his .1. Walter browsing in Bi'll's patch.
reasons therefore, which is fully char- but he will not reach the fodder.- Apa-
acte'rintic of the goodx and useful citizen lachicila Times. No, but the corn is
of Florida he in The card speaks for much Ietter, and J. Walter stands a
itself, and leaves no room for comment good chance for pulling the most of the
or addition from us. We are, however, ears. Southern Home. Just a little


among Senator Adams' warmest ad-
trirern and friends, anti our best wishes
are always with him, wherever he may
be or whatever he may be engaged in,
for he almost always is in the ways
and means that are uplifting and for
the betterment of his fellow-men. May
he live long to enjoy the fruits of his
honest efforts and labor; and he may
yet be called to serve the people of his
State in the very highest position, and
ever continue to be loved and respected
by all Floridians.
l)on't get angry when you see some-
thing in a paper that you think should
not have been in it, but just think for
a moment ; just think that possibly the
very thing you object to may just ex-
actly suit somebody else who is about as
xood tin you are; while something you
would consider jupt splendid might be
objectionable to others. We can't
quite afford to publish this paper just
to suit nny one person; so if you see in
it something you don't like, Just pass it
by, and look for something that will
better suit you; and remember, please,
that editors are only'human beinsa.-
Manatee Record. Just the position
every living newspaper man is in all
over this world.
Mrs. D. F. Samuels is eame ain
after a pleassat visit to JacksenWvtl


fun ahead of ua, for it is probable that
representative Griggs and Hon. Jeff
Stevens will travel, some, too, in that
"political cabbage patch."
The '1rue Democrat returns thanks
to lion. Frank Clark for having had
mailed to us from the Department at
Washington "The Year Book of the
Department of Agriculture, 1906." It
is neatly printed and bound, filled with
the very best matter on the subject of
agriculture, contains excellent pictures
of machinery, buildings, growing crops,
fruits. etc., and would be a choice book
in any library.
The Secretary of the Railroad Com-
mis.sini has sent out a copy of Chapter
5ilIs, an act to require common carriers
to pay claims for lost or damaged
freight, same by express, that publirh-
era may print if they desire, and thus
call public attention to it, and say it
will be information the public shotdW
"greatly appreciate." This nesspa-
per, in next week's issue, will publish
all the General Laws, and this one will
come along with the rest
Dr. P M. Geoe was amomg his
many warm Tallahase fieMda again
Wednesday. It had been quite a while
since he was In the city, and The True
Democrat was peaked to have him
vlist the otle.


to sad J 15 to Nlsw, ail

o the lua -

8e far as Gevernor Bloxham is en'.
earned In the above, you an "away off
Ihak yonder" wrong. He never prae.
tied law in the first place, havingeome
f the farm into political pWr mrae
mad popularity, and either held a high
State or National position until he re-
tired from politics, to live a quite ife,
engaging in no businme that we know
of. He does not "roll in wealth," but
as It does not require a pile of it tosou-
tain himself, he has engaged in living
quietly at his home in Tallahassee, ex-
eept for the few weeks he spends in
Virginia during the summer months.
Bloxham never did an act in his life
like Governor Jennings did, and its not
fair to mention them together. Gover-
nor Jennings is yet young, practices law
and is a live wire in finances, almost
every month some account being given of
his investments. Bloxham is resting
quietly and enjoying the last remaining
days of his life in a very sensible man-
ner, loved in Florida by every living
soul who has ever heard the name men-
tioned, and Florida never had but one
"Bill" Bloxham.
Messrs. Richard Morey, E. A. Faul-
haber X. P. Wilfley, C. C. Collins, R.
B. Coleman and A. H. Guest, gentle-
men representing the Apalachicola and
Northern railway, are registered at the
Leon. A persistent rumor says this
road is being placed in the hands of a
receiver. Nothing official, however,
has been gathered up to date.
Mr. Rudolph Hlerold, of Miccosukie,
was among our pleasant visitors on
Wednesday, and he had his name en-
rolled on our growing subscription list.

GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN-
L" deirned guardian of the states of Chares
Evemtt itaJohn and Elbridg FitsJokn, minors.
will make application to the Hon. B. A. Maein.
ane, county judge of Leon eount, Florida, at his
oMae in the ert hou, n Monday. thekh day
of tambr, AD. 1W at 1Q o'clock a. m. or am
MNO ktitCWft a I can be hmer. for autoritW
to Noti t-eliin described praarty. stuated
In Lon county, to-wit: West Ma of sooutheast
quarter of section 14. township 1 south, range
wet. 80 acre propeIty atd mid nDoA.
t, DAW, SON BOAT GHT
Guatdian of the Estates of Charl veret its.
John and Ebrid elitmJohn. 2t-6t

TARE NOTICE
That I will on the first Thurdayof November,
1907. or as oon thereafter aN I may be heard, ap-
ply for a pardon for Austin Trent, who was con-
victed at the Fall Term of the Circuit Court for
Leon county in 1906 of the lareny of a domestic
animal. WILLIAM C. Hooa.i
22-It Attorney for Petitioner.


SI-409e w

a/"
Or part of theaave went ia mena
asa pemas lea Item, and wo had
nat ,ItMId to eminaM o the fd t
tuwe f tue of It, blut lWe yeiate
poa"ud iqeim woe ai awl heB
esld. aed that he dahM havew.p-
chaeod the fUrnture Ler thomel
from eme rluelda dealer. e o !0No
them. Hem In Tallhime we h-a
thre tihe very heat m- who m, -


tWhaoe tU and Jacknsovie, the
meteps of lirdaihas tAmA J
number. Why our Governor weat
North to do parehabing he alone
must answer. may be he will do so.
hould a request by ay who foal
aggrieved, be put up to him. Hea mot
assuredly sold .be "an advocate of
home indutry," ad of "home rule"
as well.
orse Thief VIaits Tallaasse
Lat Frday night an eon
y=un umo of T maavill,, G a.,'0fll-
Hartold, came down to Tal% a
ad appropriated a horse belmngf to
a oone Kit Jerger. He theip-
ceed to hitch up to Mr. W. W. Cot-
nl's bug, fter which he dreve
through% country to Thomastle.
Assistant Sheriff Courteney telegraphed
to Thomasville, and the thief was
caught by the sheriff there. He wa
held however, tor a previous offemu
in that place, and will not be tried
here until the authorities are through
with him there.
Both horse and buggy were recov-
ered and returned to their lawful own-.
ers.
Plantation to Lease.
I desire to lease my 500-acre planta-
tion, located about four miles southeast
of Tallahassee for a term of years.
Contains splendid lands, suitable for all
general crops, and is well watered; ten-
ant houses, barns, etc., and has excel-
lent land for tobacco growing. Address
Mrs. B. C. Chaires, ahaeeFla.,
or see J. G. Collms. 21-tf
The Neow Laws.
The next issue of The True Democrat
will contain, in full, all of the General
Laws passed at the last session of the
Legislature. This will make a very
valuable paper for each citizen of the
county to keep and file for future refer-
ence. Every registered voter of the
.count is entitd to a copy; sad if any
one o fail to receive his copy, ap-
plication' at this office will secure same.
Every family in Leon county should
get The True Democrat regularly, and
now is a good time to subscribe to it.
At St. Teresa I
U pfurnlshed rooms in St. Teresa Ho-
tel for ren t $1.00 per week to camp-
ing parties. Wagon meets train from
Tallahassee at McIntyre every day ex-
cept Sur.day. Apply to
22-t St. TeBRADFORD,
22-tf St. Teresa, Fla.


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rip-Top Contracts for Live Men.
Renewal Commission Paid.,/*

Address CECIL WI LLCOX, Manager,.,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.
of New York.
Jacksonville, Florida. .;'


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opportunity th se u n of seurh more than your moneys
n Seasonable Merchandie at Our LAST and FINAL


Clearance August Ist, 2nd and 3d.

1000 yan figured Lawns, worth to 85c, a cholet'selection your choice, at.............. 10c
Dotted Swim worth 25c, wtf-................................................8

St Best Percal, at. ., .,o. ..... ......................................... Oc
t'Shtd in 10c Percal, at,4.....................,.................. ,.............. 8
500 ur Lawn, was 10 to e, at.............................................. 7c
Wh Dm inen, 45 inches wide, ws 75c, at ...........I.............................. 45c
S WhiteL neh Lawn, 86inches wide, ww 50c at........................................... w8e
Ladle Lisle and Silk Glovs wI. $1.25, at.......................................... e
A .ta 2e White Check D 1at.................................................. 16c
1000ard Val Lacend Inserting wth up to 15ec, at .....................................7
There will be many other values that you should not fail to see.
4


Special Valges in Men's Summer Suits.


I LUve Oak Democrat says C. A.
has come to Tallahassee to re-
some time.
A>- A. L. Woodward, of Perry, is
c:l- etyd today. He came to meet
S bo. ~ wo will arrive at 4:48 from
NQ-l Mr. Woodward was for-
N Ideltisenof Live Oak. and has
SI .od-utime friends here. -Live Oak
K r. J. C. T. Crawford, second son of
' -,,on. H. C. Crawford, visited his old
o bme for a few days the latter part of
S week. Mr. Crawford la located in
Fmegeola, where he practices law.
Ss. T. E. E. Andrews and Master Ed-
win will leave Sunday for a month or
d six weeks visit to relatives in Apalachi-
* .Mrs. F. T. Myers and Mr. Blount My-
U left Tuesday for St. Teresa. Mrs.
SMye many friends will be glad to
w that ahe is so far recovered from
< Isr recent malady as to be able to leave


diBnaatina heseedtotow'
Sw a hbe is now better, a trethope
C d etertained of his entire recovery.
Mrs. W. V. Knott and children, of
Talla after spending a week
SIM- at Espiritu Santo. will return to
to be the guests of Mrs. C. B.
k It, Tampa Heights.-Tampa Trib-
uee, 17th.
I Mr. L J. Raney,of Moultrie Ga,
his bee= visiting his hosts of Tallahas-
mee and Leon county friends this week,
Wad made The True Dqmocrat a pleas.
SMnt visit.
Hom. Fred. T. Myer, of Tallahaaee,
wa v a Jacksonville visitor last week,
though he remained in the city but a
S.-St time. While here he wu the
mst of his niece, Mrs. Louie P*k, of
Rlvande.-Times-Union, July 28.
Rev. W. H. Zeigler and wife leave
for their summer home at Mt. Airy,
"a., to begone during the month of
AgUt Rev. Zeigler will supply the
pupit st Athea!, Ga., during hi sab-
Dr. Thomas N. Evan, Dentist, office
-atalrs, next to telegraph office.
DPboo 2 .7. 28-tf
Mr. R. Cromarti and Dr. J. A.
JA-en were amoMg the welcome and
-saamt visitors at The Tr 0-mocrat
-CaMcday of th week.
ab purchasing your horse, all
0mImy stock amice ot jut having
mPsh. ). P. HeHouow.
Governor Broward naurpries th peo-

?G m S eSerto hduses" s
amet. Heretefen the Gov-
HM has igred this arto -
5f by the Demeatle esecum9
mCaris A. Cay asad his pod
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od r m dpleaen. re T fa

Mit e in f fest ad haatheat
afthutBabves. May theyNJMe

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MB-BI eeet, aMeraeFer fls n


uval Bros., w Sale, Aug. 1,2 & 3


Be sure tq inspect P. T. Nicholons'
fine stock of every thing in the Jewle-
ry line before purchasing elsewhere. 22
. Mrs. Claude L' Enle and children left
last Saturday for Salud N. C. They
will remain until the fall bring cooler
weather in these regions. Mr. L'Engie
is in New York.
Mrs. Frank P. Damon and children
left Saturday for Saluda, N. C., to
spend the remainder of the summer.
Her mother and sister have been at the
same resort for several weeks.
P. T. Nieholson the popular jeweler,
makes a specialty of Hand Painted
China, and ha t received a large
lot of beautiful jis which heoff
for sale at aummper prie. 22.
A double wedding took place in the
southern part of our county on the 21th
ult. The eontraettf pMrtN were Mr.
G. C. HarbedUm a sd MkiILe All.
and Mr. Johnb Y aOndMis Florida
Allen. The brles were couina.
Mrs. R. Jq Evans and little Frank
have returned from a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Clough in Dallas Tex. Mr. Lin-
wood Evans aeeompanied his mother to
DalHls, but returned alone, taking the
Mallory Line to New York. and from
there the Clyde Line to Jacksonville.
Mrs. Howard Gamble and children
are gone to St. Teresa for the month
of August.
Before investing in a new sewim
machine for your summer swing, cal
and price the New Home and White
macmem at J. E. Theus' Furnitfure
Store, on corner of Adams and Clinton
streets. 20
Go to Collins for your job printing.


J. E. Theus wlah to remind his
many friends mad atyWos that he still
carries an up-to-date Nm in house fur-
nishings. 20
Two nero hack drivers, Abe Sessions
and Ike Williaia, wer brought up be-
fore the mayor O lat oday and con-
victed of sellingg w h-y They were
fined $200 each, with tb. alternative of
hard labor for ixty day
Mr. J. F. Hill r teMd home yester-
day after a very pLaW t visit to New
York. He also a l the Elks' con-
vention at Pha=a, and had a
splendid time. PMe s of New York
aisated him very mush in having his
on played s a hospital o the highest
order In that cit, sad there is now
mueh hope that te li title fellow will be
greatly Improyed.
Evrybody loves our baby, rosy, sweet
ad warm,
With kMey plasee on her neek and dim.
-O a an her arma.
Ones waso thi and eroes, used to
serw with pain-
Mother cave herba emeaet, now she's
* weD again. ld by all druggists.
The local reporter of The True Dem-
oerat is nder oblfations to Mrs. J. P.
S. Houstc.ia now at St. Terses, and
Mrs. J. M. lsts, at Panaces Springs,
for so kindly respoding to her request
for items from toe two resorts which
would be of Interest to the stay.at-
homes, who would themselves like to be
ea L the pleasures of sea baths and
Mr. D. Strasser of New York, who
is lre*ly interested in tobacco culture.
wli be in this pan of the country for
several moths..
Suesaribe to The True Democrat.


Mr. W. C. Hutchinson, uhtlod-
ent of the Florida Divialn ot Pu
man Car service wa* In town last
week.
Mr. T. A. Ausley and wife, resident
at the Leon, have Just returned from a
delightful automobile trip to North
Carolina.
Mr. Pulaski Broward and wife, of
Broward, Fla., were in the city last
Friday and Saturday.
Under the ministry of Rev. R. D.
Lewis, pator in charge of Bethel A.
M. E. Church, a great revival is now
going on. He is an earnest worker
among his people and many are being
converted, b liders are be re-
elaimed d brought back to d6 their
religious duty,
Mr. and Mrs. Saltmarsh are stopping
at the Leon Hotel Mr. Saltmarsh in
on business connected with the L. &
N. railroad.
Mrs. H. Purcell, of Columbia, Ala.,
mother of Mrs. R. P. Williams, is the
guest of ber daughter and son-in-law at
the Leon Hotel
Mr. Asa P. Ghy, a young man of
great worth and charter, has been
spending his summer vacation at his
home in Leon county, but will return on
Monday to college pt Morris Hill. N.
C..where he expects to graduate at the
end of the school year.
Mr. Lindsay Papy was in the city on
Wednesday.
Missed Mamie and Lonise Austin, of
Apalaehleola, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Tbomas Costa.s The young ladies
came over to attend the marriage of
Miss Minnie May Costa, who is their
cousin.


Miss Ireta Bradford has ---AS
from a pleasant visit in Nort
lina.
Mr. W. D. Wilson has come ae
from Battle dreek much ImproveI em
his sojourn at that famous &ealt
sort.
Mrs. Eugene Dicky- has come r
from Apalachiola to vt relatives M
friends i and near TaL&has .
Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Wb t nM
make their home with Mr. J. U, W
son Mrs. Whitld'a h,
Woa' plansffor the fturew s
tied. Mis Mary Whitueld wmnp5 i
at the old home. ,*
Hon. Win. B. of il
Sola, was in e eaot
K eppod as rt
States ourt for taepNedtEb
of Florida which expectations amap
hap, well founded. /
Among the prominent vl
capital lately, we note am.' .5

sentatives from Monteeflo. Aing
E. T. Davis, a well-known lawyer tren
Pensacola.
Last Saturday an aged colored
man, feeble in mind and body, wasd-
Juded numum by Dre. Moor sad BD W
adl t. o raily lodged la t esnty
opinion that a row week w ld t l
nate her offering, but even they .
not expect death to come o sudden.
The old woman paed away the migbt
following her triaL
Professor D. B. Arnold, of Live Uak
spent a day or two in Tallahassee thi
week.


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J. Gordon Pease.


MYERS and PEARBE

REAL. ESTATE and INSURANB.-


lITY PROPERTY POR SALB.


1 Handsome Brick Residence, large lot in most desirable part of city.
1 Two Story Frame Residence, large lot on one of the principle streets.
1 Nice Cottage, good lot centrally located.


TOBAOeO LANDS.


One 280 acre Tract fine land, 80 acres fine timber.
One 280 acre Tract fine land, 100 acres fine timber. ,
One 520 acre Tract fine land, 100 acres fine timber:
One 80 acre Tract, good Residence and other improvements.
One 50 acre Tract, with 2 story house. 0
One 30 acre Tract, all Tobacco Land.


We are showing the best Life Insurance Contracts ever seen in Tapahahsee.
terested, it will be to yourinterest to see what we have. BEWARE OF OLD BRICKS
home men for something good. ,-*
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Have You 06"d IN
Where thWmP prs t P trIrw
Iht th' 4o'ti now I *bM-f_
When (ike 0. rw that, wh tubts
oS. oldS their tite se *ar
Now '. nsblbe, not rW u .

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A TaWlabe s aor pendnt, or tel
S T poe supposedly nt oat or
uthorlzed s eomc from hMdquar-
e in thi city, proves whom Govwnor
Broward tand sponsor tor as. Jud.
There ar many Democrats who tHk
eppard_ personally. but who prefer
lHie. Tr. Myers or Judge Maxwell
for this appointment:
"Tl story that W. C. Hodges, of
this place, would be a compromise can
d"teo for the Judgeship to succeed the
late Judge Swayne is regarded as ab.
serd here.
*"It is shown that Hodes is the Gov.
mor's personal counsel and pointed
out as a plausible plea for the Gov.-
romor's support. The fact of the mat
tr the Goernor indorsed District
.AttM 8heppard very strongly for
tM pontment, and there is every In-
dlation that Sheppard will be Siayne's
MMeeMsor.
"Mr. 8heppard was here a few days
ao, and in confident of his appoint-
ment. He has the support of the State
Republican machine and a great many
Democrats. A prominent Republican
today said that the idea of Settle, of
North Carolina, receiving the appoint-
ment was almost prepterous. He had
direct information that him name was
not even being considered."
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Brad's Dope.
What's the trouble? Brad Just got
bold of the wrong prescription in mix-
Ing his "dope" last week. All of his
actions came out bad. Instead of
y weather, clean ball, victory and no
fink," we had rain on Monday and
'Tuesdav, dirty ball, defeat and plenty
of "beef." That's just why we lost.
If it had been otherwise we would have
No one can say that our boys have
S not had the proper hacking this year,
for the fans have been loyal and have
stood by them well. This the boys cer-
tly appreciate, and are morry Indeed
t tt-thie cannot get rid of the "all-in-
e4nnntna" hoodoo.
Mig faitl seventh passed the swiftest
Ia in the game. It wasone, two,
three; side out- The eighth passed a
ie M more stubborn, but safe. In the
Bt~h Monticello scored a run, thereby
S tyiw the score. The very fact of the
sere being tied disheartened some of
the boy, and they seemed to feel as if
thegame was already lost. "Down in
toe mouth;" did not care how things
went Monticello at once noticed the
stuaitlon and began to take advantage
e it. The better Monticello played,
the worse our boys did. Some of Tal-
liabsee's Infielders stayed "up in the
air" so long that they had tctualy
sprouted wings when they returned.
All of this was bad enough, but some
of that Monticello hunch were not sat-
I fied at this, and, to make it more un-
pleasant. began "ieelin, chewingini
rag," playing dirty bull and getting
S In the way of our players and inttrfer-
ing, while their plate Was on the bench
Did you ask why the umpire didn't
bunch those players who were interfer-
Ing? Oh, don't be foolish! We' knew
*'something was going el,'" whi*t that
fine set of d-naiutured ball phiys-'rs
from Union SpringsM crd out" a'ainnst
Monticello, for we all knew what v'e
tisenen Union Springs haud, land karw.
too, that they wouldn't (om lam with i
cut justillcation. '1 ue,1lay ail HaW wl i
f or at least one reiason justitialu foi
V con pllaint.
IThe IUnion Springs boys are to bi
congratulated upomn holding their place
as well as they did, after having t4
rontnl with second bae'.
r The game was well attended, an<
well pIlayed up to the tenth inning
Everyth ig went to pieces, and Monti
cllo WICK allowed to score four runs.
At li eiid ofa the Kfm the' s ' Mont icello, 7; Tallahassee, 3.
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tr ,I. 1i. Armstrong. the well-known
and lendalig .lackmonville eye specialist,
who has been making professional via-
its one' a na~mnth through this section of
the country. will not be able, owing to
his inre'au d othll' ibuinesA, to make
these regular Ipr-ofessional calls here-
after. 'I he Ioastir will turn over such
case. as need future attention to l)r
A. W. l'ii'lerwool, of .lacksonville, whoa
will try to make regular visit-
Here'auter l)r. Arvtroing will give
his exclusive personal attention to his
home otlice. at 11 Laura street, where
be Isa prepared to handle all form. of
most complicated eye trouble and nerv-
ous headaches; croes-eyey straightenel
without the knifg; the grinding of spe-
ciat lenses; In fatt, anything and every-
thing pertaining to the special line'.

Col. Sam A. Fackler Is in Tallahassee
getting out his book on "The Up& and
Downs of a =try Editor; Mostly
Downs." His chapter will dea
is P re t r stay in IBatbridge
1 editor bon S T^"e, W^h*
.4.


ThM TallahasTseeT r I
prod sa amaln ta=imijM Jae
sorSSeMetropoUa3lis Uuets
on stts follows;
Gweno Browbad I- eO r fsmadto
nmake a apeeh in umoptor on eMXt
Saturday There alsowll bea pcnic
s t epLce on the abovedate orso-
els ajyment. but we predict the Gov-
erawspoeebh will be on the subject of
dralu the Evergladee.-JacksOville
Your predietion may prove true since
at the b ni of the picnlek season
jut ea e campaign, ho
tm-l mnself obt as would ae-
N poutc to make stump spMoer,
w that Ue, fenes be paired
set oofice i naeeord wlh ma-
chine, and to secure a third term of the
same kind, ki may be expected our
Governor will get busy again, but is It
just the right thing for a Governor to
do, to spend so much of hisa ,time gal-
anting around over the stat playing
cheap politics. Would a Governor who
wished to uphold the dignity of his po-
sition, do such things 7 Did thy do it
in the days of Drew Blexham, Perry
Flemming or M itchelf
The venerable and much-loved Dr.
John L. Crawford always denounced
such action, and epemly lectured offi-
cisaI who took the time the people paid
officials to serve them-to use for po-
litical purposes, to the neglect of their
official duties. But may be some of
these officials have clerical help who
can carry on business better than the
"boas" can, and, perhaps that may
even be true in the Executive Depart-
ment.-True Democrat.
Now both the Metropolis and the
Democrat went wrong this time. The
Times Editor is a staunch friend and
admirer of Honest John Collins of the
True Democrat, but we don't quite
agree with all that is said' in this in-
stiance First, the Metropolis was
wrong in its prediction. The Governor
did not make a "drainage speech" at
all,'though honestly our people would
have been'glad to hear him speak on
that subject, for be it remembered
Sumter was right at the top of the col-
umn in the percentage "against"
drainage in the election but they want
to hear all about it. The Governor's
speech was along patriotic lines, it was
chaste, elegant and improving in its
nature. It was such a speech as was
entirely suitable to an occasion of the
kind, and had not the least flavor of
"cheap politics It was an occasion
where the chief executive came and
mingled with the people to become bet-
ter acquainted with them and they with
him and was entirely proper. Sumter
Times.


Give s a Name.
If Dr. Wescott had lived to see the
accomplishment of his dream we believe
he would have been equal to the next
task in this connection, but the finan-
ciers and engineers who have so suc-
eassfully Incarnated an idea have work-
ed so hard and so long that feeling is
indurated had imagination suppressed.
We do not blame them for the lack;
we but mourn that something is need-
ed to make perfect this waterway of
the East Coast and regret that we can-
not demand from them the supply of
the defiency. In our mind's eye it is
thronged with pleasure craft for long
months in every winter the motor-
boats will flash swiftly by lending a
brief illusion to the picture but the
standing feature is the house boat with
languorous girls and songs, with lazy
fishermen and resting society queens,
carrying the laughter of children and
murmurs of6 love. The way will be
worthy of the travelling-- it is the Bri-
dal Road of America already to us; a
road which permits of seclusion or of
company at will--one where the passee-
geors are not ordered about and mly
linger or hurry as they please
We submit that such a stream is no
canal and should not bear a way so com-
i',iilnplace. There will be nothing like
this waterway on all the earth- there
#r', many canals. In the name there
should be no suggestion of sordid traffic
. w< would have no hint of the money
I hat mitk<- the world go round, but only
,f ihl, heve that sweetens life and the
hol'e that brightens it. Name the
waterway. Tho makers sought to dig
a dlitch but it im not a ditch when done.
They are just drawing a long breath on
completion of a great task and wecan-
not exlpct itconside ration of the sub-
ject from them now but let the suggee-
tion rest in their minds till it fructifes.
What name?' Ask a taet. The
heavens have a highway-why not give
love and happiness on earth a highway
in name as well as in fact? The In-
dian calls Indian river "The Little Sea
that Shines;" this istheseaon which
dreams will hover and grow brighter
for their stay. Next winter give every
bride that passes down it a vote on itit
name and let a jury of n patrons decide;
or adopt one of the uveral musical In-
dian names already given the parts of
the natural channel. But a canal it in
not and must not Ie made and we
should not hesitate leet the wrong name
be fixed in the public mind. St. Augus-
ltine ltecord.


caeas.
For the good of those suffering with
eczema or other such trouble, I wish to
ay. may wife had something of that
kind, and after using the doctors' rem-
edies for some time eoneluded to try
Chamberlain'a Salve. and It pr d to
be better than anything sha ad tried.
For sale by the TaUahseS Dug Co. *
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The dancing school recently started
in our city has already become a popu-
lar resort of the stay-athonM y
aIs, who aft eodaveiula c at a
tt fun out W H tlr
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Vesemob etapows


WoqkuMe have begun the IeIrinI
out oththick growth oftr
the mw a tive mansion, pp
tory to the laying off of the grounds
ad the extrslion of Adams treet m
which the mansion fronts.
Jeon Riba, a prominent dealer of VI-
ni la,, ~ys: "I have been selin
DeWitt' Kidney and Bladder Pills fr
about a year, and they give better s t-
isfaetioa than any pill I ever sold.
There amr a dozen people here who have
used them, and they give perfect aatsla-
asetion in every case. I have used them
myself with fine results." Sold by all
druggists. *
Hon. John H. Patterson was in the
city again Tuesday and made this office
a pleasant visit.

Economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very

BEST and

gHE PES7
Ca b bil folssta


Can be built formless than
15 cents a Rod.

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

Jell. D. Ferrell,

WHEEL WHR1GT and BLACKSMITH.


General Repair Sh
Horse Shoeing by an
pert who has had ye
of experience. .


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ex-
ears


A portion of the public
patronage ls solicited
and satisfactiOn guarano
teed.

J H, HORTON

104 MASONIC BUILDING.

Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work 'in the line of
Rooting, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons.. .

Plumbing a Specialty.


Kennedy's

Laxative

Cough Syrup
CON TAmW SOMlT AID TA
Relieves WOd4 by wiag them t of
the system th IMa pl and healthy
satlon of the towli.
Relieves SQ w by "eaesng the
m omems ** e the that eh
aad bronchial tolb


Chldr4 Like It,


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Resilvering


I have a man with i
tofore been employ
the largest gis m
fini wng- Moncernsm
he can make your
spotted mirror a 'o
same process us
Prices right and sati
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ASVILLE, GA.


TALLAHASSEE FURNI RE STORE


J. E. THBUS, Propr.


CORNER, LINTON AND ADAMS STS.


STAR PRESSING CLUB.
CLEANING,

PRESSING,
REPAIRING.

Ladies Suits a Specialty.

Work called for and delivered to any part of the City.
Membership $1.50 per month. Phone No. 13.

STAR PRESSING CLUB, Leon Hotel,
G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.


A Public Benefactor.
What the Thomasvylle ehlropodist
Is able to Orroest
Soft Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nailp, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perspirng Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

To The Public.
Having suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now being free from
such pain, I most cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiro pist, ofThomasville, Ga.-Macon Telegraph.
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffice, Macon, Ga.

BEAUTY DOeTOR.
Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Measage, Hadr Dress-
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and thejMarcel Wave a specialty
A woman finds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking she
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comely without
in head hands and feet. Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails is unnessary;
they effect the eye-night and cause moral over-strain. I correct every disorder
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.

Dr. Robert E. Williams,


Surgeon Chlropodist Masseur,
T r "SoMnRIA"
Telephone e32. 731 North Madison St. THOMJ


Old Kemper Livery Stables.

C. H. SHOEMAKER, Propr.

Under New Management.
EVERYTHING ON WHEELS.. 68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.


GOOD PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE.


OPEN ALL'HOURS.,


TELEPHONE NO. B


SAVED!!
NSOfaI t c f oft yo 0 Sbo aI1 by Wv ilg
'A. R. S. TWINE
Repair yor Boots and Shoe FIrt Cla]Work. SatisftatioU guaraateu
Aloo we have in connection with my shoe oausmms mthe .
NEW YQRK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR
Clea g I g>Pressing..- irst-Clam Workama atiG
tJ CM ate C seda and Made New. No Ml
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Sd1 PRQOAOaAMTION.


SWHERA Undmer asa by virtu* or an
l to a- L art or Lamir-lature, o" t o-
b"i = 1 g Chapterthe i o La
S ein k ~at ao a" thDdat e M eo under and by virtu* el ataot c the
Ss latuire ofthestat eof trieda. ap-
&iMM~ wtartsnM B Planto re orl. 1 ased, being Chapter
M," dM -10 e s leB I- t exer ate of thrlr the City
lowA. Cou t of theCit of did. on
;- thtl dea thplik Ur oplerth day of Wa A. pas, and
S A DM the or said Cit u approve' the
-ANBT T. 9WKL renewing resolution, to-Wit:
S Caro cowalt %art, IA emt, A Rsolution declaring that It to expe-
dient for the City of Tallahassee to make,
e y eff As ties or Tax O Iva la conatruot and put In operation a Water.
Mj man aa withAdsuo 4 n i56e thet works Plant, or to purchase or lease, or to
wel d (e acquires by the exercise of the right of
rn e eminent domain any such Plant, and to
SI8 YIVEN T T JORN Penlarge. extend and Iamprove any such
Sorf tax n to n(r plant so purchased or leased, or acq ared
M" dtot TM ha1bs wdetM awtM by the exercise of the right of eminent
S sad mt e~ na thpieadt fore tax domain and to lssue bones of said City
S issB Iaceesdu it ee w law.* Sad *O" for making, clonatructing and putting in
l eees the followi t des crllpbe p. operation a Waterworks plant or foe pur-
inteI sln e ounty,o wStat* dt w i"sutoe chasing or leasing, or acquiring by the
L nmumbeleva(11)otbloeka lubertwo exercise of the right of eminent domain,
a s~ islt. receded In deedbook page any such Plant, and for enlarging, ex-
l. e northeast quarter of the northea tending and im proving any such Plant so
f of sectionsirty-fv intownshipone(1) purchased or leased, or atulred by the
L one (plestn e Tat tthed.iaten of exercise of the right of eminent do ain,
i tl assessed thI of the and providing for the submission o? the
Sasi he tate in the name of Sololquestion of the rtification of such Reso-
N I a2cordin g *Ntolwtadd wH AllRis e lution to an electtn of the qualified voters
tha" cc tdn tulh da of.Augs.t A. Dae eal i fe aid City undp r the provisions of an
S ta he o dal of August. A. D. 19 t act of the Leilature of the State of
tos Julyy 1 en07. Florida, approved April 19, 1907, and be-
6 3ALI HENRY T. FELKEL. oI n (ghap. 5853 of thtJ Laws of Florida
S lerk Circuit Court. Leon county, Florida. and also tnder the provisions of an act a
the' Legislaturu of the State of Florida,
NO. T ICEfApplicationfor Tax Deed. riven in ac- of theLd sw of Florildnabe ait
ecordance with Section 574 and 676 of the Gen- Resolved, y tihe City Council of the.
eralSttute of the State of Florida. City of Tallahassee, as follows:
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVfN THAT ARTHUR Section 1. That it is expedient for the
N aieau. s urchaEser of tax cersllcat. City of Tallahassee to make, construct
betr U, dated Jul y 3rd. 1906, has filed aide and put in operation or purchase or least,
tMeatenny office and made application for tax or acquire by the e rise of the right of
deed to Issue In accordance with law. Said certi. eminent domain, a Waterworks Plant for
flesatoeembraces the following described property, obtaining, distributing and furnishing wa-
s ialtuate ia Leon county. State of Florida towit: ter for the use of sald City and its inhabi-
9 or (4) aresof land In the north westquarter tants and such othqr consumers as may
e ewouth east quarter of section three (3) in require and pay forathe same, either thed
township 6ne (1) south or range two (2) east purchasing or leasing, or acquiring ty
S described to wit: Beginning at a point 140 yards the exercise of the right of eminent do-
eethe of the south wet former of said north west main, ay such Waterworks Plant, to-
eurtortf the southeast quarter and run north gether w th the extension. enlargement
1 yards, then east 14 yards, thence south 140 and improvement thereof to be construed
yafds, thence west 140 yards to the pint of be. as one purpose.
g inala, containing four acres more orbo B ec. 2. That it is also expedient to isnue
The said land being sesaned at the date of the bonds of said City of Tallahassee for the
SIasee of ald certificate In the name of r. P. carrying out of 'Fny one of said purpose,
Jlasmn. Unless aid certtfeate shallbe redemed which the said olty may hereafter d ter-
aeilingto law, tax deed willlissue thereon o mine to carry out, of the amount of ev-
S the lthday ofAugust A. D. 1907. enty-five Thousand Dollars, Principal.
Wltaesomy om al signature and eal this 11th See. 3. That the question of the ratifl-
dyetJulyA. D. 190. cation of this resolution, be, and the same
(sa HENRY T. FELK3E In, hereby submitted to the r rogtered vot-
Clerk Circuit Court Leon county iToTrda. era of said City of Tallahaes., residing
NO'C Rof Application for Tax deed n i therein at the time of the election herein-
Aesordance with Secti w 74 and of the after provided for. and to be called and
QsGnrlStatutes otheStateofFloridla: held for such purpose, and shall, at the
S time of such election, have resided In the
oTICB1 IS HER Y GIVE.NTHAT ARTHUR State of Florida one year and In said city
*N uarineau puremhaserof tax ceftiicate num- six months Immediately preceding such
W e dated July rd. A, D. 16. has filed said election, and who may own real ettat4
esrt"fiate In my office and made application for therein, and shall have paid their taxes
tax deedto issuein accordance with law. Said for the year then last ue thereon. A
eUrtleate embraces the followingdescribed prop- majority vote in favor of gatifiction shall
ety, situate in Loon county, state of Flrida establish the right of the said city to ex-
Stowit: The middle oe-third running-t and evclse the powers ans to any one. of the
westoflotNo. seven (7, aperplatrecordedin purposes so ratified, and to misue bonds
dead book Z page 00, in the north east quarter of for the name.
the north east quarterof section two (2) in town- Sec. 4. The election upon such issues
lp me (1) south of range one (1) west, contain-. hall be held on the thirteenth day of
Sla*ge*e-third of n acre more or less. August, A. D. 1907; and D. I1. Meginniss
'ae sald land eing asmsd at thedateof the In hereby appointed and directed to regis.
lmenaeof@aid certificate inthe nameof Lettie ter all electors of said city oMsseseng the
Austin. Unlesaid certificate shall beredoemed necessary qualifications, and he shall open
seaesdingto law,. tax deed will issue thereon on the registration books for such purpose
thel1thdayof August A. D. 1907. on the thirty-first day o0 July, A. D.
Wit ess my nlcial signature and seal this llth 1907. at the Council Chamer,. In the City
daof Jyly, A. D. 1907. Hall In said 'lty and shall keep the
13A1.O HENRY T. FELKEL, same open eamh day, fundays excepted,
Clerk Circuit Court. Leon county, Florida. from 9 o'clock A. M. to I o'clock P. M.,
NOTICEPof Application for Tax Deed, Given in and from 2 o'clock 1'. M. to 5 o'l ock PI
Accordance with Sections 674 and 675 of the M.. until the seventh day of AVugst. A. D,
General Statutes of the State of Florida: 1907. Incluailve thereof. aItrl t.- shall reg-
^* r ter in a b1ok to lee I-r'hvl'l.d'i ftr suc'h
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT JONA'H purpose, tie names of all lrsotn who
dritr purchaser of tax certificate number may he. entitled to v, it tsci h t .e ..tion,
;Mdated July3rd. A.D. 1906. has filed lsaidcerti- an,' ahalli alply for re.'lsirctl.mn
ta i in my office and made application for tax e 5. Thant (po. W. Sxor, ('o. .
doeed.to isue in accordance with law. Said certi- wiw n J.n ) (Ty, of cihl ii', i,,, nnd
alte embraces the following described property. r. herehy appointed iyvIt, f uch
altate in Leon county. State of Florid a. towit: el''tintone of whom l sheil at I ;" ('lerk,
The southeastquarterf thenorth east quarter and In as ithr of h .m ifll or
Sand the south east quarter of the south west omilt for any caithe of th.' th, cu ai or
S arterof section twenty-three (23)in township pmit for any caf t e to nr t. fii' nge or
"' e (8) north of range one (1) west, containing nlt fmay lt eford h ir'e., 't. tllng tl
T aid land beingaeesedMat thedateofthe on *i(d election day. ~Stuh I', itrs shall
e, sance ofsidcertificate in the name of Bidney take and subscrilw nn oath rr .ffirmatihon
0. Well, agent for Gulf Lumber Co. Unless said for the performance. of their lutie-,.s as
certificate shall be redeemed according to law Is provided as to other munic.li,,Il elections
tax deed will issue thereon on the 12th day o In said city. The polling viho,e of said
A A. D. 1907. election shall be at the (C'ourill ( hamber
Witness my official signature and seal this llth aforesaid, and the im;l!l hnll be ope-I
dayofJuly, A. D. 107. at P n clock A. M. and shtil remain open
[lBAL) HENRY T, FELKEL. until sundown on said thilrtereith day of
ClerkCircutt Court. Leon county. Florida. August. A. 1). 1907, during which time a
recess of thirty minutes hetween the hours
NOTICE of Application forTax Deed. Given in of 1! o'clock M. and I o'ei<,k I' M. al Il
Aceerdance with Betions 674and 67.of the he allowed, during which tine the, htlnlot
OnTeraT Statute of the Stateof Florida: hox shall remain In the ps.i.,.-',on of at
IE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT N. B. least two ofT uch insp"rt-eers
SHartafeklpurehaseroftaxeertniflcatenum- e. The ballots to I.. 'tel nt suih
btar M.dated Julyrd 106, ha filed Mider. election shall all e alike lnd printed In
tifatelin myofle, and Iadeapplestionfortax plain type In straight line..' nim, plain
deed ol-iue In eodane with law. Said cr- while paper of shen thlhkr,., thnt the
te est embrace the following described prop- lprintin'" thereon cannot t,,. dllrttlnlghe~d
' ., satuate in Lmon county. State of F1orlda, t from the hack thereof a.11.l till hnvo
w* Tbheet halfof the southwest quarter of printed thereon the followinKg worlds and
'the serth east quarter and the south east quar- flKure's:
t .o thi north eat quarter of section thirty- i ,
(Ll ) ()1 township one (1) north of range two Ctv of ToI li,"<-c'.
I, wet. contalg sixty mcres more or less. A rtt lt.J,. 1907.
T a eiad land being asseeedat the dateof the !WATERWORKS PLANT EIC'TION.
S seoraidertincateantheaam*eof Mrs.M. Making. ('onstrnic'ting and l'uttlng
Unll said certifcate shIall be w. in Operatioln. or l'eurchhaingi or I."ai-
ascording te law, taxdeed will issue lag. or Acquiring by theI EvP.r'l e of*
i s he o It dayte of August A. D.. 19. tie lIght of mincent IxmriIn. a
' Witua my aeial signature ad assil this llth Waterworks Plant, .and Enlarging.
K d iJuly. A. D. IW7. Extending and Irrproviie any such
A. (fltL) HENRY T. FIKLE Plant no Purchased. Jevn.ed or Ac'-
; lkCircuit Cour leon county i qired by the ExPre li n the Ilght


SUQLCE_ eof Appliation for Tax Deed. Ovem in
laans with Seeties 1T4 aad S of the
rl0 Statute of the Stateds of FrMa,
S8 RESCBY GIVEN THAT L. BI
mofd tax i~Meite umber
Il ml u a a. mA h ua @m O l M emr-

theu oed riot



a"t edad o" of tm
lie- CM


mof Eminent Domain, eith-r the piir-
chasing. leaning or acquirin hIv the
exercise of the right of em n nt do-
main, any such waterworks plant to-
gether with the extension, enlarge-
Sment and Improvement thereof to be
onnstrued as one purpose and Insulng
bonds of the said city to the amount
of Seventy-five Thclsand Dollara,
Principal, for any one of such pur-
p Mose ............................... TeO .
Making. Coneructing and Puttlng In
Operation, or Purchasing or Leaalng.
or Aoqutrtng by the 3Mertw_ of the
Right of ineat m-'ai. a Water-
Works lM amt. and 0 Il'uq 0 atond-
lna a" l any dus Ptast o
P= 61i=M laa w Aa lr eby Ow


.. toni .N st. .
ee votet...........

e.atuo. or or ac.



quiring sby o of tt t. I .. T
ot ot sh water. a


mi o b oreads oa.rrylng out .
nnto n a. 85 6' o' oiito

following the t the ballot of .........
one doali to the In ratiloas 34m- T,_ 35

liar mark bef of the word this i day lot&.ofidvoted on, be- C "afi.A L t. C*
No." followln Fm lonthwbal- IlI


,n aword asoe s t to rmit the oftoali nk m.. lw
making to eoh O l *t Such jr.
ballot shall be tour sewide and six 6 ut To. A O L d A
Bee. h ohe Inpctor hell, at the oloe NOTICE n HERBY GIVKN TIAT TR Ye a t etta
of the polls, preeedto ea.assN the vote neesid uTedm
cast at such t a having done Bloro ac r as t O
so, shall openly df lan the result of such will mak alieiatlmn to tihe Eeta .u adt S twod lm
election, and shall make eot a certifloate, iss nty jwde of Leon c tha, ew ee
in duplicate, statiaa ti worde written at 6eoe ia the court home ou sey ,aleee y, saap af
full length, the wholf nuber of votes of AuuA. . 1. at 10 oi atiI. ea e s rt utif 1 a e s aid r. NlB .
cast is favor of the rattl3 tlon of this Meon tere as can be hti-et-t, ah 7t w a eSerl, Ise It,
resolution a to the quest on herein In- to sell the undivided two-thirds tel 4t t w be agaat ea y a
voived. IncludinE that of the issue of said miners i and to the fe -dJaa 2 ed d. .-
bonds, and the whole number of votes property, heated in the city of aa. Dated thi M A t. .
cast anlust the raUtloatlon of this resolu- t of La. State of Florida. to-wits -alah 34w 3wA] O A ta.t1la-u.
tlon, in-Ing the laue tO bond, as to eity lot N 87, old plan.
fthe lues oti herean Involved. Such cer- FANNIE LOU WW iYRO W HTT P fw
tflhcate shall be ihned by each inspect. Gueardia of the Estatesof IAla Blaneh Grifth -
tor and shall each be sealed up It a and Lina Ermlnie Grlth. t A 11 1
separate envelope and endorsed as the lrOQ er m u1 0
returns of such elacgon, and one of such sKRIF'NSISAULU
certificates so seled up, s.hallt be dcliv-
ered Iy on. of their number without de. t NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF __ _
lay to the Mayor of said City nnd the exeuon iued out of the Second Judietal
other tn the ('lerk of the City Ceouwil, and Circuit Court of Florida. in and for Leon county. IE U
the Mayor acnd the Clerk anall deliv,'r the in a certain cause therein pending, wherein the 11 _
same to thep Oity Council at y nreting TallahassIronWorks, a corporate under the
thereof to be held on the fourte'.ntl> dtev lawsof FFlorida. is plaintiff, and S. Peter Horn. is I i || UU
oef August, A. D. 1807. between th,' hnters defendant. I will expoe for sale at public vendue laWi e n unto Mn
A. at whicl meeting such Cofniil s Ill at the hour of twelve o'clock non, at the court
open silcli m'e'turns and cause s,,l, e'i'riltl- house door, In ftf cityof Tallahassee, Leon coun-
'l-rete'rd up)on) the mlinut(f of tH. mit.,, property, to-wit: One thirt"-five horse power E Dr
Sec. 9. The Mayor of int l t.tmehel fir-box boiler on kids; levied upon a the prop-
Iss"utte ia roclamat on, giving tc'i ,., uf erty of 8. 1'eter Horne. defendant in the above
the time and polling place of sut 'lh tit)lon caus TH CmlLDj'g FAaoll dul
whilh Iar'.lamation shall be i ttel lil. I This ath day of July, A. 907. s F. aTT
wit of the newspapers of al "it' 4r at 19-Ct Sheriff LeonCosnty, FlorINS. T alls oSe sS eM mia
lcast I*far sccesmsiv woeks, 0nof' th i e'InbBallard-Smow L .lment C.
rr'solution shall be published anl li,.litdeii l *0 S'rtw I ott ds Io
i8e r1. It shoal n.be the duty of thie A large, light dun steer sla strayed or FOR SALE BY HARDEE-SMITE 00.
City Council to cause to bf preIsreo'd aited stolen. Any information leading to his
printed the ballots for such el' 'tioe at l recovery will be rewarded. Ar Te- mftat to dAIli t
to tag all proper steps for carrying ,roet overy will be rewa
isuchelection and the purpose of, thils A. BYRD, If so, come and see'or stok
resolution. 19-2w TallahaaeS, Fla. dried number before pYc6
Passed the City Counedal of thei (' lt of rdaOliet. W0 ERa teVf yi0 111 Oi
Tallahassee. Florida, on July 11. A I) 1adPsa n *)r DUnG Wf can av you
1907. A. C. s8ii.I.:It Prnt and Prosper. C d Bro.
President of City Councitl.
Approved: W. M. M'INTOSII. JI .,
Attest: Mua yor
A. H. WILLIAMS,
City Clerk.
Now, Therefore, I, W. M. Mclntosh. Jr.,
Mayor of alid city, do Ilsue this, my proc-
lamation, and hereby give notice that pur-
suant to aald cts of the I.glasltlure at
Florida, and aeid resolution, an election a FIor rporation uner. Sthes .
will be hrld on the thirteenth day of An- la..... .d.a.. 9isf_____, _lM F** an..-.--e-----
gust. A. D. 1907. at the Council C Thambr. -
in the City Hall of said city, during the
hours stated In said resolution upon the e T
questloh of the ratification of sald resolu- g ona
tion by the voters possensing the qiallif-
cations therein speclfed oni registered an
provided In such resolution, the aiid ,.lere- i
tieon to be conducted, n ndc the inspector r Es I l')gC auenaJ .OUMEiean.
thereof to be, and, thee returns thereof
made and ballots to he'. He provided I1,
smld resolution, and a'r.,niKhe to the L.aws
In such cases made .enI provided. d, x.omptne ana ,,ifeuraei/,
Done at the sald ('ltty of Tallnhasse e
Leon County. State of Fl.f'riln. tis e.lev-
enth day of July, A. It) @ I7. sc," wihness myv
hand and official title' ,ih th,. official senl ouNfe OId e n/.tffiOfl.
of saald city.
Duly attested hvy the '*'i 'lkrk, here- ._. S /
unto set and afftlxe'.l Ir s i:,\ iInd year last *, S o/nda f.
above written.
W MM. MINT0'811. JI .. __
Attest: Mayor. I
(Seal) A. H VWI..IAMS
(itlal) A. t oi. rk^ No. 1. 1Dkate, All the time Amt...........

Ga rdhlam's Notice.
NTOTICEISHEREBYOIVENTHATTHIRTY 4 The above Is tO be had at
day after dateI will mtake appliathm bo-
fore the C nty Judge of Id" ount. Florida.
hor stat .... "r slu R. W iobb, D u.
for permition to ell, at leri tit .sle. the Intereet
of WilliamF. Robertson. Mir I{,.,lertson and C. R l b D rug eo
Archibald Robertson. nm.fnc. in and fe the fol.
lowing dethribed real etate., The astm half of
lot number two hundred ity i the East side eo M onroe St.
original plan of the city of Ta!he tamee, in said
county and state.
KATId lo;) nlTvoN.
Guanrdian of the estate ,.f WIlhim m*I. Roberttsn
Mary Robertson and C. A' bhl.id Robertson
minors. 4 t
Kzemtor's Notice.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY C;I EN TO ALl.
creditors, lerates., d.I.rite.os and all per-
onhavinsellmsordemat- a ainso t the estate *
of Edwardi H. Myers. County. Florida, to presm,,t i.r h claims or de-
mands tp the undersigned within two years from
thisdg otherwise the scni e -hal, f .orever afted- rE saidy of near oap ol
wacntd be barred.
Thsld4thdayof June. A I li.T
FRaI:i T r MYERS. and everything the best. .
Executorof last w II itl tfetalmenl of
16-m t l.i ela Hi Myer.
Applat ..f..,.or Dis.harge ...ec.... R A T E S $.oo P E R DA Y.

Notice il hwreby given t Ht I w.ll, on the 4th eIs>
EHtcu ofhea8twillp a TI't4 u1reof1Hrn eONSTANTINE A 0pERO, Propr.
D. HartL de easd, to th, f.. Judge of L>ni
county, Tlrda. at Tallaha... d ek-ida. *nd ae- ....
ply for a discharge as sucsh I..," t'lx,- .
e, Ic HARTT.
foExec trix of last will anl tm." :e,,'nt of Iarri"
D. artt edaseode I-Sm

OTIC. IS HERElJY (.1VI:N THAT RIX
N month aftee the date of ie first publica- ar n la
tionm hereof I will present min t ie account. to the
County Judse of Loor (.,itfl. Fknid la, atd
ply for my discharge aa Ad,,ientratet ci the
E.,-., Vu leanite
Admhnisrato.


Tzla hM. Fl Feb. twr,. .
Adnhatrter's Ntice. T
OlCE a I ERERY GIVFN TO ALL CRE R OOf
tatr l distributed. and to -l peT-r
19 SS l^ cost $4.00 per square In place.
must. ~y, M Fs present such eiAms doM
Istheu0selgued within itm. ya he
datak thrwe same will be Mte de-w
A,6a W "For Information and same aee
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THE STATE SAVINGS BA


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IMPROVED POCKET SAVINGS BANK.
! Don't you want to start a e account? WouldM'w thohtetv ome of these
proved wruket rvi banks to ea to rave your It is so
you can dei oit halfa dollar or sihrot si. It is of am lM to erry la the
or a lsdies had bg. It is a. N at dy to help you redt* t mpt to spend mesy.
want an account with everyboIt vicinity.
We furnish one of thee M free to ecryone whoewl s eel oe dollar and pramis to '
=rr en account with us wsthi. i r days from receipt of bauk. Thea baks are delivered to y
lockd and can only be opened 1 1s.
You would b sui JrAsed to knew obw much money you eam save a five years by taking ea
of 3} 'r tieall charge and deposittoin a sa svinys bark. .
It is rot wise to save roa yby keeping It in the house, becse there i daoger of los by
thieves and fire, and besides tis rot r.skirg anything. Bet Iva it withem and it M ls mel
thirg. We pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of One Doaradd pwards. Interest priod
first dIva of April and October. s
P.elkw we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in fve yards, computed on a bt-
sis of 313 work irg days in the year, at 8 per cent interest.


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An't depoi ted. nt M earned. Total can't
per day for 6 years..................$1U.60 .................11.4...................-..0I,- 4
per day for 5 year.. ------------......... 313.00---......... ---------------....................
per day for 5 years .................. 391.25---..............----------... -----.................... 419.10
per day for years..-------------................ 409.50.................. --------------3.4....................98
per day for 5 yr.------------................ 782.60..................0............--....--..-. .------------
tie day for 6yearsm-------------.................1,5666.00.-------------U................40...........-----------.---.1.40


Ihe capital itock of the savings tank is 120,000.00 with aIdividua) deposits amougting to
ft(ur lupirite with ud will le le'd r1rictly confdestiaL
Call ard ~e*t (ne of these little tarks hale the ompply last.


tasen esse ne


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


G. R.L LWIS, VkIcs-p.uiiM.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER.
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITIENS.

Bring the Democrat your job printing.
Mrs. J. P. 8. Houstoun and family
returned from St. Teresa last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Lively have
returned home after a week's absence.
Mr. Emmet MeGriff hast een a guest
qt Panacea Springs during the past ten
Juodf' W. J. Oven. a distinguished
member of th* Apalachicola bar has
been a recent visitor to the capital city.
Bl-nslted states Senator Samuel
qa-1Ond a flying trip to Tallahassee
Order your Suit from Burns & Co.,
who sartee t and style. 28
l M L. 1 Usoitr sad two little
d t, of Jaelsonville, are visiting
Sfoly of Hon. Arthur Spiller, of
or. J. L. Nely has returned from


Go to Bua A Co's. for Bathing
bit*, Nglige Slhirts, Sum r Under-
ow, Knee Drawers, Leathr oak
arters, Cravats and Ties. Handksr-
shis and Lightwelht Wosery. 28
Mass Susie MeGrlff, one of Tallahas-
see's most charming young ladies, has
been making a delightful visit to Pan-
ase. from which pace she returned
last Monday.
Miss Grace Spener, of Wewahitchka,
Stha guest of Mrs. B. A. and Miss
mnho "Merinniss, on Adams street.
Mis epeno r ti well known in Taliahas-
see, and will be given a cordial wel-
come by her many friends.
Hon. Cas. A. Cay and wife expect
to leave the early part of next week for
an extended tour of the West.
Messrs. Miekler and Perkin* have in-
vested in a fine new automobile in
which to make their daily inspection of
thir up-to-date dairy farm west of the
Mr. R. F. Howard is the poessor of
a new Motor Cycle, which tha p dis-
tine"t f a being t w Arst ever brought
to Tallahassee.
A lar and attractive display of
Trunks, Bult Caet and Ba at Burrms
SCo'&s. 8
Mr. C. H. Els, Superintendent of
the Electrie Light Plant, has returned
from a trip to Now York. Mrs. Ei
aecompanfed her husband but will re-
main until fall.
The Electric L.ght Office has been
removed from tiareBt National Bank
Building to the MoUO Msyers
& Pearce Real -ta Deer and In-
surance Ae*pts, on ast Monroe street.
Mr. Geo e Greeshow and wife left
yesterday for an extended trip to Den-
vet. and Colorado Springs. They will
also spend some time in the mining dis-
triots in which several of our towns-

*security and progress of the invest-
mntsmad.
There is little, If any, danger of Dade
eunty going dry says a correspondent
Ia the Timee-Unlon. The population
aede 8ds (00 voters, a trife and at
s Um thee are but 800 petitioners
h tave aligned themselves in favor
o th measure. Probably ta nform-
at knows what h is talking about but
we doubt It. It is also probable "e in
boose artist, a. d if not aid, was
toldtotalk as he did- 0Ofthe two
La& &~a~d tha blifte
aItmustbe run out of
Miami aad D county.-Miami Me-
troad the adertpo.ments cref
Read the advortlomenta casrfull.


Dees Thiags Ilse"lf.
Our epteeme# fellow-townsman, E.
W. Clark, not content with his high at-
tainments as a first-class watchmaker,
is renewing his youth and taking up
new pursuits and industries. Tired of
waiting upon the uncertain movements
of busy plumbers, Mr. Clark has him-
self laid an extensive line of pipe need-
ed about his premise, and is the able
assistant to his daughters, Misses Janie
and Minnie Clark, in their large dairy
business.
We saw, recently photographs of
some as pretty cattle as the country
produces, the property of Mr. Clark
and his daughter, and their growing
business and sustainsa good pre re-
calved for their products are evidenese
of Intelligent business methods em-
Mir. Clark also has shown a nice dia-
cnmination in his choice of recipients
q friendly favors, having r ted
tha editor of this paper with a first.
class sIf-fllling fountoab pen with
which to transfer a teeming proe of
ideas from his burdened brain to the
columns of The True Democrat.

Ixtra Metice.
I have had empounded for about two
weeks an animal described as follows:
Brown steer, white face, about 8 years
old, marked crop and underbit on left
ear, underaquare on right ear. Owner
can have same by proving property and
paying expense, or same will be sold
wi hin time as is prescribed by law.
21-4t. C. J. CLRMONs.
Gwynn Plantation.


1. 0. 0. F. OQcerse
The officers to serve for the current
term for Leon Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.,
ar* a follows :
J. 0. Collins, P. G
K. E. Helnemann. N. G.
0. C. Collins, V. G.
W. H. Chancey, P. S. .
J. Al. Sauls, R. S.
H. T. Felkel, Treas.
Julius Ball, Conductor.
Max Flatauer, Warden.
AanL. m up, Chaplain.
A f n ,o I. G .
H. T. ihl, 0. G. %
D. A. Vason, R. S. to N. G.
Thoa. P. Coe. L. 8 to N. G.
P. O. Rssell, R. 8. to V. G.
8. Ro,. L. S. to V. G.
C. l k LaS, H 8.
Prsak Kee, L. 8. 8.
The Lode meets every Tuesday even-
in sad a ull attendane is desired.
$"Wo mm reent of eating too Ut-
." *a b of the t Mn rles of lfe of
Thomas Jeff oO Preident of the
Utod Stats. ad the rule plios to
every one exception this
hot weather, beese it is hard for
food, even In small quantities to be di-
gested when the blood is at a hih tem-
perature. At this saon we should eat
pairing andm properly. We shouldalso
help the s h aa much as possible
by the use of a little Kodol For Indiges-
tron an Dysepsia, which will rest the
stomach by dirSating the food itself.
Sold by alr f ists.
--rn--.--r-
Mr. Walter Bennett has returned
from a l o t visit Mar anna I


A Cap of White Hease or Bh1 LaWbel'
Neca and Java Celbe
is what goes atiaight to the heartof
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride hI
our brands, as they have made oar
store famous. Just as good as the ctO
fee we sell are teas. which pria *
holds good throughout our entire ato. "
We sell nothing but the beat of S
products-those we have teAted o
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLUs8, Grooer.


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Electric Lights and Power.

The City Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to supply an unlimited number of 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 Service


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. BOX 472. a .


BOARrD


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.i,' UgafL YoU can AgtSe out to your voea tlfacti Just
s BAN b how a Bluebell cream harvester will save mosey,
NAevIavaa time and work eor yo. I f you di" t waat to, call oa
ss and we will demonstrate this plat la jast a few
miastes The Bluebell cream lnestr Is gear driven
s of the simplest and mat jltmil sepat
oethe market It is gtaaraale to adtkim dow othe
taessmth part of butter fat When you saopat
ulkt with a Blebell separater, y caa t eassuand
that yea a ant leaving any baWr hlt la the skim
milk, baldea the Bluebell e O easy to keep clesa
and so ligt wsualag that it staads wthbt a superior.
Call es as sad we will gldly demostrae th
as e***ivs Bluebel's good points to you.

-. -90ALE yBY

SLMOAE. l DAVIS CO., Inc.

Hardware.


Tab3.woa a.s.


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OF MANAGERS


City Electric Light Plant.


so VKAMN


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CaH and y stock tof s
car load just at tha t piest
40-tf J. P. s i. f


SUwEa oS STANIIS.


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Dental Work
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a Specialty.
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W. D. Pratorlus,
Paneral Director



NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
00 b sMo. ?bm 163.
TALLAHASSEE. FLA.

J. W. DEMILLY,
Veterlnary Physiclea
and Suwem.


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are selling


it.


dtll their
t ha. been
or lee ex-
wry been no
i xcite the
a the seroe


'too-
hape mae to several edltc oflee-
oe of them hav be11e
edItorof the Tribun. Thia .
tor regregretted that illness prev dhbib
gobey the ummnas, but had beo*
aMo-ey It there was nothing he could
haWe made elear regarding the routine
workings of the internal improvement
board. So nothing was loot by his inca-
paity to attend
mustt be borne in mind that the
Tribune oasnd has not been that there
was any graft or stealing going on in
thea peraton of the board, but Its ad'
veae criticism has been based on the
feet that no State should tolerate the
exateoee of any board possessing abso-
lutely autocratic power, not reeapsihble
to any o ae but tself. We were espec-
_ly concerned over the unparalleled
alade by Governor Broward t
yerto further extend the power of
ua board and to fasten it, indefinitely.
as a burthen upon the people of the
State, by giving it a constitutional ex-
itene-abodyng it as one of the
proviio of the basic laws of the State
of Florida. This we most certainly did
eeademn in most unmeasured terms.
There was no excuse for it; there was
t for it. It was the open-
an ops rtity for the most ito-
dou Pgraft, should its affairs ever
under the onrol of corrupt mn.
We have w the above
tbe w I of the Tallahae
Democrat to Editor Harris, of the OSala
Banaer. The latter had some stinging
wad -Met that weo of W, in r-
wdata at e"e tim- waa-des to
exlt mad then was declared not to ex-
lis-a now young ase t ad now you don't
arranement--to the offset tat these a-
tion of the Gov r's friend hadbeen
Deh as to awake upip The True
Doao@rM teol Brother Harris:
"Better e careful or you will be
summoned before that committee to
tell what you know about the doings of
the Internal improvement board since
Its creation, and have Florida's czar
governor ply you with various and di-
vers questions connected with these
matters, in an effort to make you ad-
mit that the internal improvement
board created by one Irslature is
greater than its creator; that the board
has 'precedents' for selling lands quietly
at cheap prices, and that they can 'sell
for what they please.'"
Well, all this may be regarded as not
very pertinent and not very interest-
ing; but to the Tribune it tells the
story that there must be a good deal of
lost motion about the working of the
legislative committee. There must be
a vast attention to small matters and a
forgetfulness of the "weightier matters
of the law." The True Democrat
speaks of the Governor as being a con-
stant supervisor of the sessions of the
committee, even croas questioning wit-
nesse, while the people have no repre-
sentative at all.
If the committee means to scoom-
lih its purpose it should go about do-
ing what the people, through the lei-
lator, appointed it to do: proceed with
promptitur,, impartality and entr
thoroughness to make an examination
of the working ,of the internal improve-
ment board from every point of view.
And they should u without bias
ad uneoetrolled any outside influ-
ence be it a member of the board it-
elf in the agstpertof a the Empe-
ror Napole or th latter's most invet-
erate sin-Tampa Tribune.
am WM *eGevo e.
Governor Breward being absent from
the executive chamber, his Private
Secretary, Hen. D e A. Simmons,
T'eday" sent the fo-owing oicial pro-
t to t Roesvel against the
nti of a bho-resident to our
iadgeship:
'Tanllahas Fla., July 22, 190
"HBeL Theodore Roosevel, Prealent,
Oyser Bay, Now Yok:
"In the abM ee of overnor Brow-
aj, amd al behalf m evereig peo-
ple ofFloria, I hi luen e to spare
t" IraipitionwL w would 1 be urs
vacant Judgesip in th NertherM
Ie should be filled by the appoint-
eAt of a man beyond our borders.
"DANaL A. SmuouS,
"Private Serestary."
Miss Suie and Genie VanBrunt have
t sed frm a pleasant visit to D-
e Ga. *


ut ns with i, all, we c make the
world bette bydo b e, or at
Iint, agt more but of gt. by taking
3tgs as they coma, u0=46t trying to
eratedom and eveth belse.
We don't mean to ay s t a man
hdum dpt tand up for what is right
n omdemn wro, bw e do ay
Idt the way to oF*t tas wrongs i
t talk with a man, peuade him and
*Mwmhi hih wi oaW anmn not zatin
behin him with a ill-whp and a six-
mbooter and try to run him out of the
county. You'll nre correct a wrong
th way as long life lasts, but you'll
o ceedin damain g your own soul a
well as the wron-door.
God Almighty neVer intended that
any man should be buUldosed into any-
thint, and it's unreasonable to think
o can make any improvement on His
ideas of things.
enumtt r Treible.
"I've lived in Califdraia i0 years, and
am still hunting for tWouble i the way
of burns, sores, wounds, boils, cuts,
sprains, or a case of p t Buck-
left's Arnica Salve won tqc y cure,"
writes Charlee Walters, ot Aleghany,
Sierra Co No use hunting Mr. Wal-
ters; it cures every case. Guaranteed
by all druggists. e.
Weuld Bire Spe l TalM.
That 25,000 which the legislature of
1906 allowed Colonel Wallefor his In-
dian War Claim is sdl lying In the
State treasury uncalled for. It looks
mighty Food tous, and if it had been
appopatd to our use and behoof
even, a a just debt sa )down. its fae-
isen couldave Iu Aed all re-
sentment and we wol hae gone after
it with almost indecent haste. Get the
money and keep up the kick afterward ,
OoMia.T2.The tt aof Flrda
enat intends to peni t you
lhoeae in that d o, ad yo
kick w4t more unieto, after -euat-
rage hM been finally consummated by
your receipt of the money than now
when you perhaps keep a faint hope
still in steek. W' might think a Col
onel Wailes does if we were in hisplaoe*
but holding our present attitude to-
wards that $25,000. it seems to us a
peach of divine proporesons and perfec-
tion that we would reach for it if we
had to hire a special train to get there
quick.-Live Oak Democrat.
Those who have stomach trouble, no
matter how slight, should give every
possible help to the digestive organs, so
that the food may be digested with the
least effort. This may be done by tak-
ing something that contains natural dl-
gestive properties-r something like Ko-
dol For Indigestion ai.d Dypepsia.
Kodol is a preparation of vegetable
acids and contains the very same juices
found in a healthy stomach. It digests
what you eat. Sold by all druggists. *
Aid to re Dews.
Speaking of mail order houses and
how they aid to break down the local
merchant and thus injure indirectly
every interest, not only of the town but
of the county let us also bear in mind
that every dollar sent to these distant
bouse is not only that much mosey
taken out of circulation at home but ft
is taken out for good-and ever geta
back. In ismalclty in Illinois recent-
ly this matter was given a very praqtl-
cal test. A man marked a dollar in a
way that ha knew at all times where
the money, was. It circulated from the
grocerto te dry goods dealer and back
agan. It fanl came into the poe-
an of a farmer, who sent it to a ChI
cago mail order firm, from whnce it
never rteared. If a man shou de-.
liberaly deplete his own at t by
lettig so mueh blood out of his veins
at frequent aitervals, It would be dq-
anouned every hee as folly, but It t
not more dtutly folly than for a cit-
sen to deplete the strength of his com-
munity by sending m ey away that is
to tay away. in return for goode he
col buy just as well at home or near.
S If not quite as good terms.-Uive
ak Democrat.
saletg bM the Crave. *
A promlaeit manufaetarer. Win. A.
Pretwel, of Lema, N. C., relates a
meet remarkable experience. He *aa
"After taking lees than three bott
of Electric Bitters, I feel like one ris.
g fromb the grave. My trouble is
Bliht's disease In the Diabet stage.
I fy believe etrie Bitters will cure
me permanently, for it has already
stepped the IHver and bladder complica-
tke which have troubled me for
year." Guaranted at all druggists.


OKr


*I g1;74MIB C the tark te

it don't do one ceWnt.
They money it It
do not and will cebr
fully reftued Try it today.
Sn N o. 1.

Such ws tin last Sunday
by the NWI r of the first
Ntur e o of Charles Dan&
um l l It- Next Sunday a
vy fine gMtih given A bwi.
tl Giba Ik center of the
pture. T t has never sold
before fo e88 fJ $*LO. The Workd
is gont to gi e t.t. and in splendid
shape too. If y*o wmt a copy of this
Gibn pt ad better order in
advance..t t s
Subscribe for t r Tre Democrat.
N01W Of KWWATl.
Notice tor iwC .0 th subscribers
t *Wto ina lMaIle te tGovrnor of the
states of orin the Capitol. at
Tof allaa m e a the ut





day of Aelsewhee l Drectotrs sha
ATCIon 1. rOe ~~rM of the businsU



sow wigt. Imn. s - ddnSgr. inr. seltli,
betu -ar.. ..n of o
oall kthnd.-d loltafe r ouet, an



aud to take mseM to hto maintain and p-
1 ,i *f Dinaybeesta





gaMe toohmr to make,-
dadn Ld
to be on 1.. n s oroethbu nl aend
to1 3M y b and all be o
wthaei.myto. se ut to or conneteal
a or to r m out, of the



eet al kndf oI eur wte e produt s, and
to buy mad sU.ow. WI:,= -t end improve eirea
meawNto 5d to a mberM fopftbr the am
OaW to take-r -Mr --f towsem. Sintain ond op.
vanoO olr
coeilcrprtasa


Aw. s

see" ~ aaai ON ,1 e. o
5~dea L he --L bof ~a omw date


the o fldge bodl s



Snnthat be iuwa.-
ftwo be is
"'s an optimist for yoror
tyou Owl that a Vebetin e
it htor Ha&err may lTve
Oad we usONt that e wilTo to
prtty owsdoirdo b ig f
v realwd.-Live Oak Demot.
Submorto TheTrue Democrat.


Sanor n-oo
S wlmtor. AJ. .
ai4-t Wo a. 2 n

We ana to toek otf Al
Wg, celn nove-, iding ie
bards. m select what
want. Child BreM.
- -^- - - -
Feedo l.
One Mathuhok piwo and a lot of
folture. Aply to Mrs. A. J. Geo.
shmam. in Qail Cottae. S0tf


"i' i
IState Institutions for Higher Eduction
% -- ..- -


UnIvity of tbM
State of florMu


A high-gade instituo for young
men, offering Literary, S amtIUf Bn-
cal Coursee.
Strong Faculty well equipd lab-
oratorie* thorough inatruetom, both
theoretical and practical earful
vision and discipline; hbigh moral 6e.
No tuition charges to Florda t-
dents. Other expense eny low.
For catalogue and in"m io ad-
dress ANDREW SLEDD.
Smt. '


C. 0. ANDREWS, President.


7Iorub Iamok c~ofl


A COONW,-,,tsr n.wit


A Faculty of abl- ipadfli ulau a
de ments.
struction in Fi Art red ota
minimum. New bumld eu
coustruction. Write
A. A. MU 1U


C. E. GAsquE, Mapager.


FAMLY ATIS


RIGHT HOUtR ATR


RIGULAI LAUNDRY RATE


Laundry Carriage always ready to go to your door,
PHONE LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE No. 85.
Call package office at Hill's News Store, front of Blox-
ham Hotel.
Machinery new and long experienced operators.




THE DUVAL HOUSe0,

ST. MARKS, FLA.
Having purchased the Hotel at St Marks I am thor-
oughly repairing and renovating it, will refurnish and
supply it, and with boats and other convenience it
will offer the best attractions for hunting and fishing
on the Gulf Coast.


Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had.
Fishing ahd Hunting parties furnished.


See. 4 The ers who shall rnagae the busi-
nes ad masas of corporation until those
listedd at the art election han be Mues
H. Jo1m10. lPresident: J. -mAt Wolfe,
VI ei lt, and Richard 0. Johnsona.
eretary and Treasuro, and these throe
shall M mistta the Board iDIetors. ad
said ol r md oard of Dir et shall serve
until their upewmi are elected atid t first an-
nual mote,* to be held on the frst Monday in
Marh. A. D. 1- 19 id day bein hereby fixed as
te manual mee"Un day for the purpose of elect-
Iag aoteer of mIl eaorporatiun.
A&TICLIE 6.
Series 1. The corporation .hall at no time in-
cur an Indebtadness exceedJins ffty thousand
doUlarm-4O.Mw.M.
AnAirLe 7
Seetimo 1. The oWrporste se hal l M1 be an im-
pr it elmttlar In form. bedi t ear o words.
:on-.Wdte Tobacco Cumpay, 'Tle.ses.
rkaal. 1m."
AasTIz >N.
uSU1. ST stockholders of qs1oration
hal aop r-iw. M ncoinist-: iM0 the law
d e urls this Charter, for atwn
rs ad s** a til of Ineos an this
dand ithe. Ta pro-
...M ..a... tin al hld f l.oo=urp
06 11et115I Lu aia. State ofl 0
T ofaeMWan e of n the a isu ,in
e* tao -. together with the maa capital
Ma hel4* bed bym ich. *arev fo O
MIm IL. Jobaon. Tallah -
mm, Via, io .ihares S.O.ooo(v0
haM, l(%iSha lO.000I, W
L.saat Welf'. Pensacola.
1a witress whwref we have haMtas ul>-
*r& bWd *m u ~ .thi is 1rt -i ay < Flo*k. A .D
MalM H. Jogisom, 1 aIlahM Florida.
F. 0. Jonsow. TallahaMos se
J. ENMCT WoLr', P-r1aoh.
l-4t
SMERIFE'S SAL.
Not ies gven that under and by vir-
teM of a sau iMa suwl out If th Ciruit
Oawmt i Ls C nty. Floria. d the 7th.
dayd ft ..D. 1W7 mi favor st Jehn H.
I .rkm4 amst Ames Parisb. I bve levied
ntothe high-t alVA ba aer
fart houw t ia
within the
*lat-p f- -Mlaua lithe 6th, In A%~nat
W. t tlte a nd t ls tef the
tends iLamon. County. state af
d hNorthwat qinrw trhe
Wd demml!d Co Northeast ,mtiaor
twa1ty 1hIsamd the Eat half eA NMrth-
aet quoarrand6 West half of t@ Northwt
*-nort o t l~wtarm.w-. ,,rtwr oef Section
NaMt -oovwrdn lall tn Trwnshvp two [3J North
dsOaMw Thlir lleat. eu ooniar t rsg huw
Mforty sears more oar t M tiat h
da of Ju shr A.D. IF(
labe ai~riff of Lee, Coae. r


Guides for


Convenient to all the Gulf Springs.

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.


Asore throdt is a
dangerous malady
bdt you don't need to
ie a sock around
your neck to cure il.,


/t


will cure that ihr'iat Lai a. orn ordrr. WB
Blar's Snow Liniment pTw ni ,'-**t, Ith prr-,, promote *
Ing freeo circu lation, (i it.g t I li t ,s i 7 wr 1 .*^ t'icity. 1
M II- -' RHflt"'MAf.; .. CUf 5.PK6ANS, BRUelBS,
CURESK C v':s' o:.o ;., s-Ft j N110rs
B' A': N AN1 AL'. P'/.J.
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1.6, 1S..lhI. ia I 't +,M!k ajl ejt Throat.,
t ii.;. "Of,1,-11i At V. 0'1 lliartitttt relief. I can rv'oom-
.r, too eis it. LN1.k vi'aat I Lave Uut v* usxinLauning
N a \ irulglir. utv.'



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TALLAHASSr STEAM LAUNDRY


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0L Arnar


They remained over nignt wimn
Mr. Woodward.
MI,. I8. Patterson, of Tallahassee,
i, - a few days with her mother
M y ett, of Greenville, visited
r friend Mr. Draughty last week.
Mrs. E. L. Burdine and daughter, of
Oeale, passed through Chalires last Bat-
ldas en route to Centreville to visit
her father, Mr. J. B. Conner.
Mrs. Mary Snipes, Miss Maud and
S Uttle Sadie went to Centrevie Sunday
a. m. to see their old friend Aunt Iachel
Manning who is past her three-score
years and ten and who is very feeble.
Returned home Monday p m.
S r. and Mrs. Cookvey, of Jefferson,
visited their daughter, Mrs. John
Chaires in the burg last week. Also
Mr. and Mrs. Neely, of Jeflerson, Mrs.
N. being Mrs. C'u sister,
B The two young daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Bradford Chaires are fast recov-
ering from severe splls of malarial
fever. Dr. Stukes, of Lloyd, attended
therm.
The severity of the hot weather Is
being somewhat mitigated by daily
S railns. We are still suffering from the
i le famine however.
S Mr, Pierre Russell, traveling repre-
Sem tlve of an insurance company, was
In, Caire last week insuring some of
P ar eitlsans' lives. Dr. Stukes is the
M physician
U l R Smith, after a couple of
v to her grand parents, Mr
S8 trickland, left Saturday for
Siome tIn Quincy.
e v. Joe Woodward went to Lloyd
=IIad y to fill his regular appointment
S, remaining over for a few days
Ptoral visiting tis week.
SWeuppose there will b se veral can-
didate for the office of sheriff of our
"ar county. We sincerely trust the
E as beat ftted for this place will so-
ears It. There are some Crave evils
threatening our country and our young
S en, and it behooves our public men to
J see that the laws are enforced.
S0 Miss Mamie Snipes intends to go to
Centreville Saturday to visit Mrs. Wm.
Roberts. Mrs Roberta will entertain
Si as her other prominent guests Rev. and
Mrs. J. Edgar Wilson, of Tallahassee,
for the quarterly meeting occasion.
Noehbors Got Fooled.
"I was literally coughing myself to
Sdeaoth, and had become too weak to
leave my bed; and neighbors preldicted
that I would never leave it alive; but
they got fooled, for, thanks be to Godl,
I was induced to try Dr. King's New
Discovery. It took just four one-dollar
bottles to completely cure the cough
and restore me to good sound health."
writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher of Grover-
town, Stark Co., Ind. This King of
cough and cold cures, and healer of
: throat and lunge, isa guaranteed by all
druggists. 60c.and $1.(). Trial bottle
free.
When e Traveled With Familly.
Adlitor Caldwell used to command the
attention of the whole State when he
traveled with his family. It strike us
that on one occasion we counted sixteen
in his party. But the other day we
were coming down from West Florida
and rode a few miles in the same coach
with governor r liroward and his family.
Caldwell may have the Governor beat
mow, but after taking in account the
asies and ages of the Governor's chil.
* dren, all we would ask in backing his
majesty for a winner at the end of the
rare is to give him time. lie is "run.
sing some."- 'ernandina Record.
eFor State Comptroller.
lion. J. M. Barco is to run for State
Comptroller before the .next DI)emo-
eratic primaries. It strikes un that
Mr. Barco has a good chance to win the
honors, lie has long been identified
with the State of Florida, has been
claeed as one of her meet prominent
S and beet citizens, and has friends in
every corner of Florida. We prefer
him to the present incumbent for many
reasons. Mr. J. M. Barco will make a
good offer, and he has the best chance,
at the mr3eset time for election.- Fer-


Gin32IWS L*Wt3R'^H
Nei. W. C. -" M"Ti
dersed by eeujna es 0 eg
- -Speaking of Judge *!mTel'm


Cowi
oa-
--e i


aso s -d that hb ha-w -Mlvd Wact
ivye Indoreemem of Ito 0d o
Illineo, and of other factor
"Tbe would be vWry Utle to my
aaint the appointment of Mr. Hd
to the -epe-.hefys
for a year hbe has he ed o deHe
health. He Iha been the hod of the
criminal bar of his section for NMary
dosen= year, and is related by b
lefal associates as one of the moet
courteous men possible t met on a
legal question. For ome yearbe ha.
represented the present Governor. o
Florida In private litigation against
prominent newspaper of the State, and
it is generally ndd that Gov.
Broward would bte of hia appoint-
ment, and the pblity of h ap-
pointment is largely due to the fact
that he would make an agreeble com-
promise to all confletitg interests, and
would be much preferred by the citi-
zens of the district to an outsider.
"Mr. flodges is well known as an ex-
tensive traveler and literary man, hav-
ing written several books on researches
In Southern kurope and the Arabic por-
tion of Northern Africa,
"It is not known who will be ap-
pointed, but, considering the entries
and the location of the candidates, it
would not be surprising if the South
(Georgia men, who have a wonderful
habit of working shoulder to shoulder,
laUded their candidate."-Copied from
Jacksonville Metropolis.


Children Ia Pain
never cry as do children who are suffer-
ing from hunger. Such is the cate of
al babies who cry and are treated for
sickness, when they are really suffer-
ing from hunger. This is caused from
their food not being assimilated but de-
voured by worms. A" few doses of
White's Cream Vermifuge will cause
them to cease crying and begin to
thrive at once. Give it a trial. Sold
by Hlardee-Smith Co..
males a Success at It.
The True Democrat is always prod
to note the achievements, in any line,
of one of Tallahassee's citizens, espe-
bially when that citizen ha ppento be
a young man, for it is upon the younger
generation that the growing prop ty
of the country will depend. Therefore
we are glad to tell of the success that
Mr. Joseph T. [eater has met with In
his new employment. About the first
of June Mr. Lester, who had been a clerk
In W. R. Wilson's men's clothing de-
partment became traveling salesman
for the Hutchinsmp Shoe Company, of
Jacksonville, and his success has been
so marked as to call forth very flatter-
ing comment from his new employers,
who predict a bright future for Mr.
Lester. This your gentleman is new
on a visit home.
Celerel Fackler.
Col. SBa Fackler, late editor of the
defunct Dally Tribulation has gone to
Tallahassee to superintend the publica-
tion of his latest book, "The Ups and
Downs of a Country Editor; Mostly
Downs." The book will have a large
sale, and we hope Col. Sam will make a
fortune from t.- Bainbridge Search-
light.
We have "Ham" Fackler with us, and
we are pushing all preliminaries to the
early completion of "The Ups and
Downs of a Country Editor." jt will
be an integrating and amusing story,
giving a ltfe' experience in the weekly
newpipuer business. We predict for it
low salhs and a handsome profit to the
author. ,
For a aIpailred Appetite.
re improve the appetite and strength-
on the digestion try a few doees of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets. Mr J. Ii. eitz, of Detroit,
Mich., says: "They restored my appe-
tite when impaired, relieved me of a
bloated feeling and caused a pleasant
and satisfactory movement of the bow-
els." Price, 25 cents Samples free.
For sale by the Tallahassee Drug Co. *
A Daityl Piece of Werk.
Mrs. A C. Whitfeld has just com-
pleted a. very unique and artistic piece
of work in the way of hand-painted
decorations on the cover of the new
197 '0 program of Jhe Liteary Club,
just sent out from this oflte, beauti-
fully printed on high-grade paper, and
put in a cover of tan-brown burlap
decorated with black bands, the whole
cover being made to represent a bale
of cotton. Mrd. Whitfleld's dainty
work consists of a realistic hand-palnt-
ed stalk of cotton on aide-margin, sur-
mounted by a fluffy open boll of one of
Florida'a'hielf proucons.
ION'T GORUNSL
when yor Joints ache and you suffer
from Rbeumatletit. Buy a bottle of
Ballard's Snow Liniment and get In-
stant relief. A positive cure for Rheu-
matism, Burnat Cuts, Contracted mue-
cles, Sore Chet, etc. Mr. 1.. Be,
a prominent merhant at Willow ,


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its pr




| with t phaet of ] W.
as to run OM a&
iss whoO-WN
Sride uin having _Wh

a With a place, Park ave
t entranes toMr.W als'
b. e one ofm

iM. The Park ave e.
I recent constuetion, and
bMIMA every modem require


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Bear the


As OM Lead Mark om. Gm*"1" -"
la nmakag some repairs to their bome u^ tSM|m
Soo rser D Park Avenue and Adams -
Sstret, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Felkel are
I remevb an old land mark that was
eaW -l to the earliet reollec.
the of ear oldest citizens. u
At some long-ago d4e, a wealthy
man fnea Decatur, Ga., named Wil
llama, with the soubriquet Money"
r ofxd n account of his wealth, built Apeo"ethmndy trW
the handome brick structure; row d 5b nalhh I
owney t nr. Feikel, fronting^ Prk |r 11 n6*fr
Avenue. Io O er
Running out to Adams street la an ndl O SO S For O O ve
immense room of one story above the
baspmont, Into the south wall of which vat 9t!n-ireof
was built a large iron vault. This part IH T aA
of the structure was probably the office
of "Money Williams," and the vault
the secure receptacle of his much-
talked-of ducats. Since his occupancy
of the mansion it has passed through
the hands of various distinguished own-
era, among them being Colonel John
Parkhill, grandfather of ur well-known xAcT cOPr P WRA BU.
C.1B. Parkhill, Justice on the Supreme A S **
Bench of Florida, and General William Ieemasepal nm. ew ango".
Bailey, one of Florida's most prominent
and wealthy citizens. At the death of
the latter the property descended to
one of his daughters, Martha, wife of
Dr. A. B. Hawkins., for many years a
resident of Tallahassiee, who, with his
wife, occupied the dwelling up to the
time of their removal to North Carolina WM. CHILD. GEO. W. CHILD.
about fifteen years ago.
From these owners it was bought by
our late fellow-townsman, Coloneli T. Child ros. Building and Lum ber Co.'
J. Roberts, and presented to his wife. r and
This lady has since become the witq
Leon county's popular Clerk of th
Court, Hendtnc. CO RCOSHenry T. Felke and Builders.
As the vault jutted out some distance
beyond the wall, it broke the symmetry
of the south side of the building ; and7
of more wealth than an safely A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of
handed in our city's- banks, they de-
cided that the days of its usefulness k nls
had passed away and the old vault all kinds -
must come down.
Attracted by the immense pile of
bricks which had been torn from the Mill Work--Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
outside covering of the partly exposed
iron cage, the writer, by inquiring, dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
found it to be two feet in thickness.
The inner door of iron is of immense so- columns, buckets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
lidity and weight.
lris residence,named "The Columns" and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
by its present owner, on account ot the Lime and Cement for sale.
massive brick pillars that support the
large front veranda, is, by the way,
one of the most picturesue residences All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
with vines that climb totheallecondi our work to be first class in every particular. Prices
story window, and surrounded by a cool reasonable
green lawn thickly dottl wit trees
and shrub., it makes an Ideal home for Office, Sho and Lumber Yard on Seaboard Air Line,
oir Southern climate, and a restful O ce, Sho and Lumber Yard on Seaboard Air Line,
picture for the eye. lot sout oc
The solidly built brick kitchen, with On lt south of county ail.
its Dutch oven and immense fire-
place. still stands, vine-clad and PHONE 87. P. 0. BOX 4.
cozy, transformed into a comfortable
cottage, the home of Mrs. Mary A.
Bhake now the oldest native-born citi-
zen of Tallahessee, and the oldest living
charter member of the Methodist *
(Churchin this city. n etson n vers
Immediately in the rear of the main *
residence, is the old brick building once
used as the Union Bank. Subsequently FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.
this became the seat of operation for
the Fre- iman's Bureau, of "rancid DE LAND FLA
reputation." Later, it was used as a LAND, FLA.
church lv the Reformed Episcopalians,
and, sII.n* their demise in this commut- Ate W th the V iesity Of Chicago
nity, for various purpose of commerce.
The Irick in those buildings was made CL&0 *r OFLUUAL ARTS.-The standards are those of the University of
in the bhif kiln about a quarter of a chimes. tetson's rsadm receive their degrees from both Sktson and Chicago.
mile north of the ity. thICheond Bttaon catalouZe.
A I -gund is attached to this residence glorUS I LAW.--Graduates of this Collee "re admittedto praciee law in
of the ,.i millionaire, which declares W TISC-rILOS Amn KIsC L ff NECBAMIC ARTS.-Mechani.
that ther, is a ten-cent piece embedded cal. C vi trial Ennrin d Manual Trinin our-ses leadin to deres.
between very two of the bricks used lIe n*w haunt. r a ip anL
in its '.-u.itruetiom, but if the workmen CL.LESS OFiPIUa.--Bankinr in all its branches. Bookkeeping% best
in tenat ,i down the vault have discov- the Shartmd and TYpewriUn. Ective courses open in other Depart-
ered avhin oft bte kind,. they have -- nWA.IARATr T iCAD l T.--irsduates prepared to er Harvard, Yale,
kelpt ,v.y iuiet about it Prinetee, OwniL. Mihigan. Chicageo and all frt-class Collere.
^AN . I AI NOInSIL 9C=0L..-1. Kindersarten in its own building. 2. Pri.
Remedy for Dtarbea Never HaewsM I Teacw eb in separate building. Thee Schools Wespecially prepare
Fl* M NI ' C CMLL-A$1o.000.00pergan.a dosen pianos operate building.
"I w int to ay a few words for large fMeeky. thorough count of atyl.
('haml>,rlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- AV11 ItL.-New Studio. oatly e asts, mal*., ete.
rhoas lIemedy. I have used this prepa-. Stetso has a faculty of a swfemr md insMtructors. They hold der from
ration a my s8ll for .the pft ve the University of (hicago. Harvard. Yale, Darmeuth. ColumbIt Toroto, Wake Far.
yrationdnmy f al e t st. LealvIlla. don. Utreet. auekneL Univeaety of Mihiga, oD n.. da n
number of people in York count and qiase .Mso lr d ol ;=. .a -i e a-d uhr afovor oMec atm.
have never known it to fall to effect a r s e h n,. eaitdom wle 7Uee.
cure in any il/tanee. I feel that I can- sIwaS m e.tamaesa bmas ba wl artim ., bd e emAmbg
not ih too mueh .hr the beet remedy wM.4* _er.edota.e st e _.itmt famee- d w ; te le-s.
of thekind in theorld."-8. JBx.ON, liwaD ..
Spring (,rove, York C ty, 1a This baaveawee. w. inwin. eamua heq Zse.INs eselel. Starj lmam
reey is for salpi by.Tal lahasmee Drugf hataiw .hwee; andne, t eChroaMa i.g.
We have on bala larg stoek of afine wetathwea view. Mfeimrsad saf Murtm sne. the PFwsest.
ki, s .- rid 4, 4 __ __ll__; 3n UU Y. Ph.D. uJtt..,L. u ...


DOLAN. FLA


- ~~


t ,


The W" of
















the
womans
*e haak9


a a-


Imbsoriptim g er 1.0
six time, ,sat;i

Mr. A. C. Mess%. aItbassom exper
@"'got b t6 b ma ints .the
sitmm~Lw& *~beo


JOHN C.
PAMAA


rbetake them


fish!ngor
V. inral

Wd $10ODK p
I. For'=uth


Now' Open


SPRING


and,


SUMMER

MILLINERY,


I to enuh down the enemy
r teal from their lives every
eo *munhine that struggles
the gloomy cloud, thy tell
r they #"wMih they oidftake
like scee folks but it is their
o worry," and all the time the
ings are sub.conseiously con-
n themselves t hey are of
more s9sitive fiber,,than their
d or trouble of any kind one
to appear critical for undoubt-
y heart as its bitternme, but
b of us lies under an obliga-
9 neighbor to help him through


Y ed tuhit in God, and refusing to
Slef him into deeper shadows by re-
tneding the bleeding footsteps of mem-
11 this sounds dreadfully like preach-
,wrheh.was not a first intention at
alI but maybe we need a little lay-
i pon, now and then, so here it ls
wlt an humble apology ror the liberty
take.1
"Ttra true 'tis pity,
Pity 'tis, tis true."
Perhaps the following proposition will
be more to your liking. Let each one
of us keep a "Sunshine Diary" and let
nothing be chronicled therein but the
cood which comes to us all in such abun-
danme when we will accept it.
"Earth's crammed with Heav'n,
;, And every bush afire with God;
But only he who sees
Takes off his shoes. F. B. G.
Unif-wm Ta Assessaments.
A low rate of assessment and a tax
rate higher than neccessary makes a
pubic showing that prevents outside
S adement from being a favorable as
it might, and this is economic folly.
Unequal asesment in various counties
mesa that the poorer counties usually
pay an unfairly large part of the ex-
peases of the state, and this is dishon.
s eat because unfair. Uniform assess-
ment in every county, with county tax
rates adjusted to local necessity and all
counties contributing to the state treas-
ury in exact proportion to their actual
wealth,-4s the only fair and therefore
only decent, state fiscal system. Flor-
ida has no such system. There
can be no excuse for the next egis-
lature not thus equalizing taxation.
The voters should insist on every candi-
date for state office, for senate and for
house, having an unmistakable platform
in favor of uniform assessments
throughout the state.-Pensacola Jour-
nal._______
Te. t e **Sl September n Eamlz a tle-n.
STATB O FLORIDA.
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT,
Tallaamss e. P.. June 10, 19w7.
' The foDowib r slist a atex xtBooks to be used
as the bs of t the t examination, IWt:
r A eutim m -Co. Now York.
[ Ay M "J.hIaut o wUt ns wi awr.
olitm-Mi ui', smith's Writing in
5 3 Asmreaft Book Co.
M1111Ma-w Staaiwd eit, Amerioma
Sormo er-,o-Ktca r' e. Amrioea

b.eq-sryewm Q Benu- ett's.. Am-
o, nCd Fairbamnds.d L W. B. Drew
hyRMIsIt--'aNationalAdvauiced.SL
emmm 2 Clim oOf nmmO. t.
Unle seetamS. a. O. Palmta.
S 'a U* Sechbe 6L. Amrseein
"C"Nrapby Twerra Now. L tt* Mo.m


ff It's


Neuralgia
and those sharp, shooting,
agonizing pains drive you
almost crazy, take JDr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills,
and get relief. They drye
out the pain by tFir
soothing effect upon the
nerves. When taken as di-
rected they are harmless,
and leave no bad after-ef-
fects. That's the reason
they are so popular with
all who use them. Your
druggist can tell you what
others in your locality
think of them.


inB. W. riranUIr1, MaOn1. aa.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
your arueto who will guarantee that
the flnt Spotc will beneft. If 1t
Tell, he will return your money.
I do., e it. Nver old In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind



10BA6CO LAND.


I am Offering for Sale a Tract
of I110 Acres just beyond the
Eastern Limits of M)ticello
i which has been pronounced by


G)ve; meant


Experts to. be


"deal" for Tobacco.


On this property is a fifteen Acre
Pear Grove (which in good season
is very prolific,) quantities of im-
proved pecan trees and several ten-
ant-honses. The lotion is such
that the two depots are within con-
venient access and the city's tele-
phone service cqp be had The
property is well-feneed and is un-


usually desirable jor the culture of
Tobacco, Long-cQtton and other


de farm products. I will
to show this tract at any
I to furnish the fullest par-
Address.


Wm. E. EVANS, Agent,
Monticello, Fla.
Le "C"


JI


LINENS, EMBROIDERIESS,

LACES and NOTIONS.


kiss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
Tallahase, Florida.

Fancy Work Material a Specialty


lhWvy Mad PaIuF w Haulinq:a
Specialty.

G. H'. AVERITT,
*DIRT, ROAD. and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
State Ageat for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers.
Street Sprinkles and Graders, same
built and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further particu-
lars or address P. O. Box 286 Tallahas-
see. Fla.

ALEX WADDBLL,
BAKER.
Choice Fresh IBread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.


and
J. W. COLLINS


& CO.


GeaMdlanms Notice. PSTABI4ISt
NOCM IRHYGVNTHAT ON THEF
10hdWof August. A, D 07. 1 will make
~PIPIlcte to the County w- o .f LeAM cunty.
Frd.at his office In Tat 1.11jaha e. r. lorida. for J d
.Zto sell. at private Piii.. the' Itersot of U d
WilmaJ.! Coamway. a imn'r. 171and to all those
partiasl Ots or paroela of Iland %ituaeIYUM gand
b111Min nMWd ounty know. ant 'dscibedas flo-
low*. towit: Lotis numbered 12.-I. 141.M 15. and 16,
in block 2; lets numbermd 110. 11, Ill. 13. 14, Ir.,j
sad 1It In bohk : lts nurni-..re1 234.1.6, 7
OWd Iin block 11; lots flufllhittdt1,. k.1. 4. and TI('RAPI
In klook 12; eadiste awnberow1 3. 4, k 7. wanTd 1 L
in blockS11-all of maid land# hemvit) i the Lizon Ad- tv~PF
diUw o l*lnshass. Flrkia. ias ige Plat retiordotil
ia deed-book ~K. owe mb", .f i he publicgecoril; A
in th e e off leto ft th e C l rk (if Ia it- ( c u lt C o u r t o f adt o o
saidemty SM land beinx i"1.o &IL .34 of the
8. IL %of 94n. 1. T. IN. H IW
ANNIEVJI.L.BMIKL.
Guardian of the Estate of Wi 1,t .' Caraiway.
Verecieeure Sale.
Urder SWdby viretueof a t1mr-w of iorecloosur-
FOA piwhere," the I D~RAI.B4
HamARVOr'of A is ic.i
ladofondw't I Piave U ...ni
wil ellat pubtle outerv t,-,'ho-h Vd-rr,
ft eSk before the eountyr'.iir' h,,uedm "In the St.i~fci
A.D. 1SY betweenrI h-houraeof 11a.m

it1.mrew epttdrmii ''v111.wttbeghornl
ewsmaEt vey'ears dand o bll '~You r Brea
Ueme iat In theyear tru11flht" also,
m ~~wmiebmsl ngmhi +i w and uA
CHAR i.V.5Ho~n~
36415tsopseci Master In N5ewI.

wC9FMIKII~y-SIEN "ALL F e C e


Vadi rw.r


win'


&SA OARtUr
AULine Railway &
SAVANNAH, CAMO BOUTHRN FINES, 3AL IC*
MOND, WASH No, BALTIMORE, P ILADELPHIA,
ONW YORK.
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY


SEABOARD EXPRE ABOARD MUL

MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

THE JAMESTOWN X ITION LINE
NonBolK, v-.
Excursion Tickets on Sai Dtily
For full information and ewrwvations oall on any Agent,
oor write.
S. C. BoYLTON, J., Auuistant Genetal Pasmgar Agent,
jJa e nsvill., Flord-.


RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE


COMPANY.


Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,864.00

HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS
OF FORTY ONE STATES.

3:PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.


If you become
the Company pay
without interest and
are not deducted


policy.


totally disabled


your
these
from


premium
premiums
face of


* .


CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.
THE.BEST INSURANCE TO BItY OR SELL.


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


INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.

AGENTS 'WANTED.


IRA' SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
| Cmbelle, Fla. |
I Ivskin- I-II-III


Phone No. 4


A1
~


4.


_ _~w.[


THE INSIDE TRACK


THE
90~~~


is always "the way" to take for safety.
Our inside trade leading up to business
position comes through
A COMMERCIAL COURSE
taken at our business cole. Owr
graduates have the grefereee. Why
you ask ? It's because 6 proflelemy.
Proficiency is asked for and heads the
list. For particulars call on or address
THE GEM BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Tallahaese, la.


I U


iEIH 1&$5


CALL AT THE


ESTABIUSHED 1885


RREIABHEES


ertaker and Funeral Director,


G[O. H. HOLMES.


H ORDW3 lp3L 3R-
'WMIPT ATU3m'oN.


N ight


Tallahassee, Fla.


R. G. PFERRELL,
(Successor to A. T. Rollins)

A" AJ Kinds of Fresh Meats.


guaranteed. Give me your orders.
FIRST CLASS MEATS.


Prompt delivery


Rind up Phone No. 283.
akfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.


I COLES, -


CONFECTIONER and GROCER.

ie Choicest and Freshest Goods at
the lowest living prices.


-' *


SUCCESSOR


JOSEPH DUNCAN


high-gra
be glad I
time and
ticulars.


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irr'mc Di


b to aJU
- hug


dtha
Shad an
caught etl
Biie Msettled -n
Ihad anaWW
for theO* M
iChoi" I
not have
longer,
am now ob
the above
ad I shawllw
orthis remdy.
peod, Ga. For ale 1
Sg~o.
Lest!1


OWNER.


I o


Poet book containing eash, rShr


T .la wit is warned by its where they were awaited by a number card -O Iks card. KRturn
i.esvnM to the tmid-day sm. of guests and the minster, Rev. W. H. oea gr Leon hotel and receive riwvd.
Ldtat ~the situation of this Ziegler, who was to perform the cere- MB
dbthat Mr. W. 0. Moore, mony. Miss Pauline Eliabeth Costa. w -^^ ^^^ ^
Yom a dweller inourmndst, the ride's sister wasa maid o honor, P.T. Meolson's handsome steak
r eei $st a few rodse noer and Mr. Arthur earee, brother to the Head VMted China, Silver, Ot lassum
SMK. nott's, and will soon groom, acted as best man. The other md other novelties, a re-
his own home, a pretty attendants were Miss Mam e Austin, a e rvd fly for the seeker of we-
aeilge, built by one of our cousin of the bride. Mis Day Stewart, Of k but are offered to all would-
firnns, Yeger & Parker. Mr. Paul Nicholson and Mr. Walter be of elegant and
i*W.]e city limits, on North Cal- Bennett. artcIles foi the home. ,
*a tet, Mr. James T. Meeser's The bride was lovely in white chiffon ..-
rsidce fast nea rin comple-mand lace, and bore a bouquet of w te NOTIC.
l se followed by the fat-grow- China asters and aT ero. t ALWHOM IMAYCONCIVm
werel1 wliite Wen t^t La
owned sad bulkt for the bridesmaids onhInrWhiteeP"rTO-e'b th
eee aon of r, W. W. Perkins muslin and carried bequets of pk or count
and wifewho, smoe months ago, sold Duchess. rows, intermIngled with dewl- ,lwi b" etymav
S e iden on South Montroe St. cat. sprays of bovomeWoo. Meu- m & =ia S
H W.H. Cook, a new comer tol delssohn aWedding M was tia reitA.ofT h .ne
Te seee, a gentleman interested In Itely rendered by Mr. L7 a o, Ahast. e.D. I
ptlne ~ e.Mr. Perkin'stnew home is who had come downfriv Iambrgge o gima.* rmin ginMU ma y l.
Sm asdmedn street immediately attend the wedding,' aothm elemM K m rceivin r es t.e M f* m0th
Sthe rear of Mr. M user's. Both was followed by a wedding break as, a ra prty,l oreal oer e asmsmd
meseb :ildings are in the hands of Gil- after which the bride donned her travy- kof ntya t esdp.tpr -



hel for rent. This on Pearce is located in Bainbride with l fl warr .Ueisl le..
th Monroe street, just southof the the G. F & A. R. R., the newly mar- c aCounty (Cmminioners. Leon county.
tholic Church. ried pair will make that city their fu- JsulyS1. 1. t214t
n an opposite direction going to- ture home. ,
wards the depot, is the handsomerDick
tore In course of erection on the DeWitt's Little Early isers don't
SFirh property site, which will bethe sicken or gripe. Small plli, easy to
e of Mr. L. C. Yeger and fam- take. Sold by all druggists. /
. Further on towards the station ^ ^ I
Slare two-story brick tobacco ware- Straws Which Show Which Way the
house b being ected fgr the accommoda- Wind Blows.
tion of thi Wahnish Tobaco Co. Still In a recent chat with Mr. Alex. Mc-
f t down the new warehouse of the Dougall, our courteous assistant post-
i Ia O6cesty Co. looms up, a master, we were told that the increase
bhetantial evidence of the wth and in business in the post office was twenty *
ty of our city. In thsame lo- five per cent above last year, both
Sta little ream Iup town," the postal and money order deart-
w quarters of the Tallahassee ments; and one hundred percent. above Th a-E" Mattress.
Out Nutlfuloproal~, t occu- the business of six or seven" years ago. Made of 4. of pr cot..
on t u proThis is a pretty good refutation of ad o_ f pure ton
li thye State Normal a" Industrial the common declaration of our city's fol" layers" li" cut-High,
(old), Iso u&u ldingpessmists that the od town u. aG a I *7--1' k i --F h I I
Sw hll btaone of t e hleornaments stand still and ought to get a "move Edge-Imperiale titeh -Guar-
adt Sta. I retor to the new Car- on" We wonder how much theae anteed in very waythe equalof
iN 1brary. Child Bros. hav this sam pessimists have contributed to, the 0 stermoor or any other
LE1 a sidelk are b the proress which their cit has India, I$1500 felt mattress, you to be
oIe amc nw lle we We also learned that a Oe o today l p on it
Se- other, eh will even wd plat ofTalahasee had been prepared thirt nOht, and then If you re
as:,, 'ets, whi th wtlhevetuly Ito tr ts, and sent to,*ot a tl, _-stlMalyour.mon.
bWMe's Capital the "City approval. This with a ey will be ini melately refunded
oView tO lve of the mail. without question or quibble.
a tew n oti hn the nwws es, but e f bvd wbl iw dt dlyoexpeed ONLY $10.00 FREIGHT PREPAID
If new d tn toecourFeoo f t and O It will be a matter of only a
Another drive will discloseother few wams' delay before that service
provements which will be mentioned will be one of our permanent institu- RHODES-uTCH COLLINS
at some future time. i C
S~ --- -. FURNITURE COMPANY
Local Items FVm anacea. vaee In Neats.
PanaceaSprngs, Augustlet,1907.a etJacksonville, Florida.
Panaes Spnnr A ugut let, I0l. Bqe niMn Monday, August 5th. prices
Among the people who have left Pana- on meI l be advanced as f )lows : ,
ea during the iat week, to the r tr R sad Loin Steak, lb cents .
Sofr d ngaing. are Mr. and mr. e o Lrr, 12 cents per pound;
ohn P. Robert of Tallahassee, Mr. T to 0 cents each; Brin, A COMPA SON.
C tat of haeksonville Mr. Askew 18 t. t Batchelor, F. E. Nims, "Some yea ago, I uaed
GArnton, Ga.; Missa Hirhtower of IPerell, John Burkhardt, Dealers
Int a Ala Miss Basie McGriff of Tal- t Market 28-2t Davis 100per cent
eee. The two latter are especially 6060 -8 -..
msed, being favorites among the Hon. S. D. Clark. of Blountatown. Pure aint
, youngervor aoand Hon. R. H. Buford, of Quincy, on my home, at the same time, sever-
Mr. J. Butt of Bai e, D. were eeent visitors to the Capital. al other houses asrP me were painted
Mr. J. M. Butts of Bainbride, D. with other at. Thee is a bg con
. L tasof Tallahaaee and G.. Mc- Hon. J. M. Coombe. a prominent with other t od e m. There is a bigcon-
r eo and G.o. Mp eclusivly aed trast today e the appearance of
IW spent afew days this week In Floidilan, who exlusivl enagd my house and thohr."
search of ood fishing, at which they in the lumber business and ank ng at r
were v successful, coming back lad- A lachloola and Carrabtlle, was in the J.hincotePru ue Va
ea with head ad red fish. In fact eIy Thursday. I y ono ehd*Mrated pauta
evwy dy tlare ahing parties go Keep the pores open and the skin with Davis 10 pW r cent Pre.* you
ing eat At iat the young folks, and clean when have a cut, burn bruised w redilykew wly a abated
M the onsl em a a lo e at the or scratch. DeWitt's Carboliaed Witch with Davi neso we ad lasetwell.
vlo. M= teV b furnished by Hazel Salve penetrate the pore and
L ams Quto y. Many remarks heals quickly. Sold by all druggists. Davis' 10too0 per 'at lre Pat wil
have been made e he generosity, and A West Florlds exchange states that stid the test if he maot rigid Pure
hooe. se veral ether would-be Governw ma sw ale by
The cottages are full to overowg, as well take th bhint and seek the tal THE TALLAAIHUAI HARDWARE
Si y head d good season Mat timber.-Palatik rimea-Herald. LMA
at thet AUthA have bs e" ern. disma second: We would like COMPANY.
have been at benefitted by the os3 G? ves Srowasd eae Tallabases - Florida. 6
oS thea MRWalter MS -hesib =versed -
weft Hall two attrai"ve a= t o rf neergia. Floida & Alabama
R=Agreet of lad in the Ev-
^ The Lak kjtInd. ays: "'rank Railway Company,
3 .1 LDe ame aitasss, a engineer of
Ua on. rM defeated the much 1 m has been ap ae t seto of Passenger Department.
ed of Basey bl team laet a~o e..l p .ertha6e "raleroade by
weA. ba un.o par Alabama. The* Ba -O-'-' c .-- k SPrECIAL EXCURSI-ON


s 1C, BUlker 8.
last defeat was the "m
eat of them all." Union
three or slakly'Is itch
box. Hre's to the Union


Talahasee plays Thomaivill Ga. at -g -
Monroe Street Pirk on next Thurseday. ti
B pAO. "tN
re sales. lumh i
A desirable lot at Bu Ter. e. Aply tiA
to Mrs. A. L. Randolph. *4tlY
There et a man In the Second
District who ean defeat
St Co We ay Whit
a wutheeeaysw ethe tteto e AoTo


Wasted I

o W 1 stemdry
allia-n 8team Law


I o


to

CARRABULLE, FLORIDA.

WOODMEN OF THE

WORLD PICNIC,
AUGUST 7th 1907.
Low Round Trip Rates
From Rate Leave
Tallahaama, s. .mB P .. 8.00 R.m.
Arm ........ L .. ..8:46 a m.

Atseboapp,..,,.. .8 ........9:S a.m.


pob ,f tLI


I


S eArthur Wyre..

is. Sarah utteurfel

,IfSism C. Pery...'..

B. C. Reynolds.......


John W. Thompson...


C. Ford................

Maank Alexander .....

w1ea er Co.ts......

William MeCabe est.,
W. B. Taylor, Mxtr.


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Northwatya"s t rt of
wv to the th Ue *d
NW 0 o iW, Wse to
the point of bing.........
Lot No. 14 of B as o. a
plat recorded In De o K.
o., page o5, in the 11% of sia
of ... . . . . . .. ...... .......

Lot No. 4 of Boc No.2 per
plat recorded In Deed Book H.
H., p"ao 6$2, InN the NB% .of

NWf of 8E% and NE34 of BW%


U miam McCabe st.. .
W. B. Taylor, lax. S at sVW 8% of 5Ch and NEi%


William McCabe Bet.
W. B. Taylor, xtr. BWU, W% of BEI and 0E<4 of
William Mefabe BEtsk of .......................... I
W. B. Taylor Bxtr. NBM of 8W A of .................
Mrs. Hugh Miller...: All of the BE% lying in Farbo. s
Purchase of..................... I
James Gardner....... 2 67-100 acres of land In Lot No.
I in .... . .. ........ ........ ..
Described to-wit: Beginning at
Sthe NE corner of maild Lot No. 3
then run West 6 86-100 chs to
/ 'the center of the Meridian roaa,
thence along the center of maid
road 8 42.0 East 1025-100 chs
to the East line of said Lot No.
3, thence N 7 50-iO0 cha to point
Ssof beginning as per deed recorded
nr in Deed Book 0. G., page 53B..
Gulf Liumnivr Cm.. Sid-
ney. 0. Well. agent. BE% of NE'V and BE% of SW% of
John J. Perritt....... That part of the ~% of SE % lyin
East of the Voklocknee River ofA
Samuel D. Thompson. N% of BW% of SE% of..........
Ccero Brooks......... 8W% of NWA of...................
Thom. J. Iler........ NW% of NE%-, except 2 acres in
the BE corner, S acras In the NW
corner, 2 acres to P. D. and J.
D. Lewis and 1 acre to F. C. Wil-
liamson of .............. .....
John g. Perry........ BEIA of NE% of (as per return
from Comptroller Croom, dated
April 22, 141)....................
bohn A. tephens..... 8W of.......................
W. B. Taylor......... Wj' of 8E. of..................
S Ha .......4W of of............ of of .............
H. N. A W. F. Walker ij of 1 B of.................
ItH. N. W. Walker *W of WN of...............
NW% oa NW% of ........ .........
Marian P. Hightower. e of SBE of (as per return from
ComptroUer Croom, dated March
23. 1 0M ) .........................
H. N. & W. P. Walker E of N%,_ W%- of NB% and
w1 "I Aof .................
8k oN and N % of BW% of.
aW of NI NWA of BEA. %
of BA an lB% of W of ....
Mary R. Perry......... 1 acre of land Ina the SE crner of
NB% of NE% of...............
A. Hawtree........... That part of BE% of t E% tf..
Iln East and South of Lakel
Bradford) .. ..................
Mary Ann Clark...... 2 acres of land beinnlng at the
BW corner of the NEA of.......


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40 yards, thence East 70 yda,
thence 8 140 yds to the public
road. themne along maid road
West 70 yards to the place of be-
ginning) ..................... ...... .................. $.
Arthur Hawtree ..... W% of XW% of .................. 1 1 W 80 1.
C. M. Covington..... 8%A of 8W A of.................. 14 18 2W 0
C. M. Covlnston...... NW% of NW of................1 I 18 2W 40 1.1l
Unknown ............ 8.E and E% of W 4 of .......... 18 SW 240 10.9
H J. Richardson......
W. W. saunders...... N% of N4 of 8W% of............ 21 18 4W 40 .14
W. W. 8aunders. also
M w in A. Dobbins.
trustee .............. 8E oSWt o 1, N of SW of 1
8W4% Nd 8% of N of of. 21 18 1 W 100 2..
William A cCabe Eat., I
W. B. Taylbr, Extr. All 8 and E of the OcklockneeL I
River of......................... ISt W oo ea00
W. B. Taylor. Extr W of NE% and NE% of NE4 of. 10 28 2W 120 .
Cain 8trickland....... UW'6 Of ....................... 16 28 2W 160
I'nknown ........%.. and SW% of...............1... 28 SW 480
Mary A. Garnett's
heirs..............T. C. Lot No. 812, 0. P.. except
$4 ft off N .laa ... .. ...... ...... I ..... ... ..... 4.44
James R. Maxwell.... The East 60 ft of T. C. iot No.
2W, N. A........................ .. ... .... ..... 14.
Fred C. Moor......... 123 feet ond 4 Inches off the at
side of the 8% of T. C. Lot No.
Unknown............. N Co ...................... ..... ....... 8.1
Unknown ............. 2s ft o the Eat side of T. C. I
Lot 1& ?0 a d71 -a, COp .........l ... ..... I ..

W. A. DEMILLY, TAX COLLECTOR

NOTICE,
NOTIC" is hereby given that the following deobed lands wll be old at pub*
llc auction eo the tbh Ga of August. at the Court Hous., In Taasha-ee, I tm e
County of L.n, or 60 much there&f as will be necessar to pay the amount dau
for taxes aerel set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale
advertmine:
AI
OWNMR. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. ft

Jennie Wrigt.t ag. for Mary Wright' A ltoerest of part at C. Lt-
estate, os*a half Iltert................ NA0 A P.. doeibed twit:
e tf .Begin at the earner of MM
Lot and run W .ft, tbemeeM
I ft, utnee t ft and thamee
8L 0ft to the plAce so hebqm
_irng (boe) ..... ....... .
Jenale Wright, a t., for Jennie M. 9. A Lta'et of rte of T.. a
Alsezaer. a one-aft Interest........ 0, P.. dao d .. to 9:'
sta at the 66 oorer 1
and run W T7 ft. theeM
thbence 77 ftmad
*ft to theVa*e
(house) .................o... ...1 4. '
Henrietta RJOUns 1ate.................. C. c. No 1, e.
34 ft on the aM e -
(boom) ....I.................
J. M .............................. The I Nft of T. Lt N.
SN A houes) ................
Aljx J*ssa(s.......T.............. %T...... Th. Wto fT. C Lot 0 l
Mrs gle Zoenese Eat................ Wm ft of T. .Lot N ,
eco ) .s..................
JaSe s, a Mvas.......................... T. C. CotaH 48's" f tM o5 %
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5tax to &
for each
Stax in Pol-

gilature has
a tax which


n Inafcgmqh a statement and the state-
eI- t eatff made by im or any one
=has't a grain of truth in it.-
Democrat.
40a 0 I thn i neck of the woods, this
ewepape. s not the peon or tool of any
mE Or men, and it hurts not in the
ksait to be accused of being, so long as
S e can carry an honest conscience
sMM a with us. We have no partners or
' &". os* In our business. True, we are
I debt and behind somewhat, and the
sheriff may make us a call at any min-
y at, but if he does we will endeavor to
turn our toes up game.
Pleasant St. Teresa-on-the-Galf.
July 81,1907, -Theodore Yarborough,
at Mtecooukie, is one of the late arriv-
al' at St. Teresa.
Mrs. W. L. Taylor and son, Jack,
have* returned to Tallahassee after
spending ten days as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Blake Cromartie.
, Mr. J. P. S. Houstoun spent one day
at St. Teresa on his way home from
Lanark.
A Mr. J. A. Edmondson spent several
4 da at St. Teresa as the guest of Mr.
c,: Jo* McDougall.
Mr. and Kra. W. H. Mitchell, of
SThmaville, Ga., with their four
charming daughters, arrived on the
Mr. E. B. Casler arrived on the 26th
Smuch to the delight of his family an
r/ frnds. Mr. Casler is a very success-
Dfisherman. On Saturday morning
SIbrght in tring of twenty-seven
Mrs. Patrick Houstoun returned to
STallaham ee on Saturday after spending
two weeks pleasantly at St. Teresa.
After a few days in Tallahassee, Mrs.
K Houtoun will go to North Carolina for
the balance of the heated term.
L Miss Annie Lloyd-Bond returned to
Tallahassee on Saturday, much to the
, regret of her many friends a* St.
Teresa.
Mr. Win. Williams, of Chicaro, has
chartered the boat belonging to the
Greek, John Petroni, and will cruise in
the waters around the Florida coast un-
til November.
Mrs. F. T. Myers and Mr. Blount
Myers came in yesterday for a short
stay at St. Teresa.
CORRESPONDENT.
may Save Treuble and money.
The following little reminder, taken
from Short-talks in the Times-Union,
may save one or more of our readers
from trouble and cost of it th dollars.
Read and remember it:
Persons who are in the habit of writ-
ing messages on newspapers or enclos-
ing them in packages of merchandise
would do well to be in an expectant
mood so as not to be too greatly shocked
when they get a summons to pay a
heavy penalty for doing so. The post-
offce authorities are giving great at-
tantlon to the detection of such viola-
'. lationa of law nowadays. The Banner
tells us of some poor people at Ocala
who had to pay $10 for a package they
might have sent for ten cents, it they
hadn't tried to save two cents by en-
I losing a letter in the package. Pat-
Soffice inspectors during the last fiscal
S year collected 59.066 for such viola-
tions. Don't do it. A postal card costs
onl one cent and a letter stamp only
two. ....
For rent or sale, four-room cottage.
R. A. Shine. 22
Mrs. R. N. McKinnon and son, Rob
tRo, have returned from a delightful
ttp to the Jamestown Exposition.
Miss Julia Vman returned yesterday
to bor home in Thomasville.
Miss Mabel Moody of Hilliardville,
e tm get of Miss Ruth Johnson.
SJ. Wll Yon, of Tallaha has been
Srstreets for the past few days.
SI. Ye is connected with an insurance
P.moo, of lRome, Ga.
A Gold Locket and Chain with
indtantl L0. 0. D. Return to
i J- r amd get rewa 0
01% PISA Woodwd uwh so


anow sna m uow m. ae wa ar min a
0ost-a- to know w eth be has the
4ea ti oI poaltion with
eatS. And inasmuch his acqualn-
taue over the State i very limited,
tat time las ao remote that whenever fig-
r 9&on esud tes, interfering
wit .-DeFun Breese.
Good for you, Mr. Storrs and the
first time we can "get off duty," we
will come over and go fishing with
you.
Waled to esat.
A modern residence, fx or seven
rooms, from September 1, by a perma-
nent tenant. Address Permanet, Box
408, Tallhassee. 20-tf
For Sale Cheoap
A one and one-half horse power Gas-
oline Engine for sale at a bargain at
this office. 28-tf


Don't msim NeSt" growing old
and uhly bas y" mirror is
spoe n ot at nicely
reauered at .. Furniture
Store and asee w aMovement it
wiU makeiyr In api. 20
Ms. Gonyevllph and Miss
M-p Page Randol.lesft iths week for
Hoa. W. V. KasttVhM returned from
a two weeks iit to Wt Springs near
Tampas, where he a aaid his fam.-
ily for the swlbmBtof his little
boy who hasbe very aek.


CASTOR IA
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ears the
ilnature of


BEHOLD
The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
Single Vagons,-Steel or Skein Axles
--- --- --- -- --- --- --- --$30.00
Light Two Horse, either axle, $38.00 to
40.00
S-Reg. Two Horse,........... 50.00
Timber W ~ons,........-- 48.00 to 50.00
f' s Ii i BUGOGIES of Silaht
SBoPONV I REGULAR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached and no Complaints.
Customers from A t m. Ga., to
Florida coast and nu by hun-
Sr n .._. ~ dreds. And they are still .coming as
-before one is out of siht another is
sold..
Ii .iU IM FINALLY-If we fall to please we
9. Recommend other Dealers in the city.
Respectfnily,
TULLY A YVAE ER CO.
Tallshasee, Fla.



Georgia School A


C . SAULS,


P. 0. BOX 104


J. M. SAULS.


SAULS BROS.,
TALLA"ASSEB, PLA.,
Ge neral Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines
guaranteed. .
Brin your Job Work to this off.
Bring your Job Work to this office.


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J.S. SCHOFIELD 80


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The Housekeepers' Delight,
is e that will roast meas boiLhake or
A good "Ar sppla with nowI-"alu
our strefra. controlld by asmprn *i
your kla es ry desire of thim
meals for the houseohl Ask all the utM
this office, or of oeut rapresntativo whin
postal or 'phome request. GET THE "VUbCAi
A Boon In Hot Weather


is a gas stove or range on sultr y ironing days. Gab t im
serves just the necessary quan ty of heat for best r
overheat the kitchen and making it uncomfrte for
ironer. laundering aid. like many other petposes ca
and the stoves and ranges which burn it oaplm thpropeawb.
en complement. Se this office about gas stages.
The Gas Company, Phone 72.


Watches That Keep Time
A watch that dosen't keep time is worse than no wateh at
all. I sell watches of the reliable sort-all first-class time-
pieces, and sell them at prices that give but a small margin
of profit.
1 repair watches also, and my long experience in the busi-
ness has taught me to repair them skillfully and scientifically.

P. T. Nicholson, T.,,WCL

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See -
YAEGER-BETHEL HARDWARE CO.
for all
Harvesting Machinery and
Hardware.


FOR SALE.
The Well Known San Louis Plantation
and Vineyard.
Three hundred and sixty-two (362) acres, more or
less, two (2) miles West of the City of Tallahassee, Fla
on the Quincy Road. Large dwelling house surrounded
by beautiful shrubery and a park-like grove of huge Live
Oak and Hickories. Dry cellar under entire house. Barn,
iron building (fire-proof) used for the storage of wine,
and other out-buildings for other purposes, including a
shed used as a Distillery, and apparatus used for the dis-
tilling of fruit brandies.
About fifty (50) acres woodland, balance cleared.
About 1200 Pear trees from which 525 barrels of Pears
were shipped to New York last year, netting over $1,500;
and 200 barrels made into Cider to be distilled and make
Pear Brandy; 450 Pecan trees,- over half of which have
commenced to bear; about 2000 grape vines, several scop-
pernong arbors, and all sorts of other fruits.
All directions given for the making of the different
wines which have been shipped from the place and made
the name of San Luis Vineyard famous all over the
country.
This place is only offered for sale for a limited time.
Price may be had upon &pplication.
J. T. BERNARD & SON,
Real Estate Dealers.


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Furniture Company.


A SOLID CARLOAD


m -of


IRON BEDS


just In


They were bought at the
lowest possible price and
they will be sold cheap.


OSTERMOOR


MATTRESSES


at the advertised

bargain prices of


Ostermoor


& Co.


All Kinds of Bedding

and Bed Clothing.


Picture Framing


a Specialty.


D. R. COX FURNITURE COMPANY


An


Opportunity by Which You May Profit.
I am Going to Give a $75.00 Buggy to Some One.


WILL IT BE YOU?


THE PLAN is simple. With each buggy sold, from now until December 20th, 1907,
I will give a coupon similar to the one below, properly filled in with number and
name of party to whom issued. (The stub will also be filled in and retained by me
as a record )
Coupon .V1.. ... .a/.7thaAassee, a............ /907.
M)at ... 7A is. . tit/le ,. ..................................
to Ala eAoie of any P$74.00 S.uggy in my stock, provided
o ......A. num6eo and name Aerton, au.ittea In ink, eoo.reaponad
'ItA f'lt t fat6 dr/wua on date p,/>i is to 6-r awn,. S)fe..
2/st /907.


NOW A WORD ABOUT BUGGY
BUYING.
The sensible buter knows that a
little judgement often saves many dol-
lars. He knows that there a is price be-
low which a good buggy cannot be made
and sold. I have just received a ship-
ment of desirable open and top buggies
of all styles. They represent a certain
exclusiveness in quality and price not
offered generally.
HOW IS THIS FOR $55.00


liyam ..................


The winning number will be determined, Dec., 21st, by drawing from the stubs.
The holder of coupon corresponding to first stub drawn will be given his choice of
any open or top $75.00 buggy in my stock. This is no fake. I am going to see
that every customer receives fair and just treatment. Some one holding these
coupons will positively get a first-class $75.00 buggy, FREE.


I think I have the most complete and
business vehicles in this neighborhood, but I
any one who has had occasion to buy of me.
lar people. Why not give me a chance at you


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CAY,


most up-to-date line of pleasure and
may be prejudiced. Suppose you ask
I have pleased sbme mighty particu-
1.
Cor. Clinton and Adams St.


Dust proof long distance axels. Side
or end Springs. Genuine Leather Seat.
Quarter Leather Top. Heavy Curtains.
Storm Apron. A Buggy that usually
sells for $60.00................ .$55.00


Tallahassee, Fla.


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