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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 9, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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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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Good overnment; Honesty In Public Off Ice L Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.
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NO.24.


SB. BROWNE

S Camiaato i SeavrsW. Af&.
m sa Lase -ey In-amWes

From the Key West Citisen. August
K we taU the following:
It affords us great pleasure to au-
onwce that Ron. Jefferson B. Browne
:., wIll be a ee*vidate for Governor of
:Pirida at the next Democratic Pri-
S Mra. and to assure his friends
T _7o7t thS state that he will have
Sth Mdlvlded support of the Democracy
(41 Mooe county.
Mr. i;ow.= is a native born Florid-
S i. His father came toPlorida from
.v hai in U18, and was a member of
W t Jonp'a Convention in 1M
Sfriamed the Constitution uder
SFlorid was admitted into he

u n the Senate in
2M ., and on the Railroad
Mr. Browne has been on
do of eo* e, but his f
S aht.h ecourae and ty
St he is not a partisan or
p ottman of the old school,
pan t toa extreme, dof scholarly
Wlk d with be tho Governors of whom
S n latfels justly proud of, .,and will
B. Ia t oany of the South's most
,;'" S se ixecutoveo.
h successful practitioner at
ir tie bet. he possess the judicial tern-
pgnument to a marked degree, whichI
S"Akes him absolutely impartial, and he
v" w be Governor of all the people of
t S* taBtate, and not of a faction.
r I-y a s not a candidate of any faction
or,. o "ntorests, and if elected would take
mes sbeat in the Gu ernatorial chair, un-
trammelled by promises factional alli-
; dances, or corporation influences..
Mr. Browne began life a poor young
,"' man, and worked as light-house keeper
at one of the Reef Lights to earn the
money to obtain his legal education,
and was graduated in law from the
4 J. University of Iowa since which time
he has been engaged in the practice of
his profession, and by industry, pru-
S dnce and good business ability is now
Sin comfortable circumstances.
S n due time ne will make declaration
Sofhis position on the political ismue of
the day, and will make an active and
t orough canvass of the State.
The following biographical smetch of
Mr. Browne 'appears in Flemingr's
S "Memoirs of Florida," published in
1902:
SKETCH OF THE CANDIDATE.
" "Jefferson Beale Brown, attorney-at-
law, Key West, was born in that city
June 6, 1857. He was educated in
Maryland and Virginia, and after leav-
ing school and while studying law was
engaged in civil engineering, serving as
County surveyor for Monroe county.
\lU He attended lectures of the law de-
partment of the University of Iowa,
and was graduated in 1880. In the next
year he was appointed city attorney of
Key West, and served in that capacity
for four years.
He was a delegate at large to the St
Louis Democratic convention in 1888,
and was a member of the committee
which notified Cleveland and Thurman
of their nomination. He was postmas-
ter from 1886-90, and was a member of
the State Senate from 1891-95, serving
as president of that body, and ex-oficsio
Lieutenant Governor 1891-93. For the
suceed ing four years he was collector
of customs. He has been prominently
mentioned for high positions in the
State, and was a candidate for nomina-
tion for Governor in 1892. He is a
member of the Sons of the American
Revolution, being descended from the
Brownes of James City county, Vir-
S ginia, where his father, Joseph, B.
Browne, was born.
"Mr. Browne is a gentleman of lit-
erary tastes and attainments, and has
contributed articles to the leading mag-
azines. He is one-third owner of the
Jefferson, the famous hotel of Key
4. West, named in his honor. He is a
S member of the Elks and past chancel-
'* lor commander of the Knights of Pyth-
las, a member of the Banyan Club and
chairman of its house committee. June
19, 18099. he was married to Frances
S William Atkinson, grandniece of Gen.
S John 8. Williams, ex-United States
'. Senator from Kentucky, known to sol-
* diers a "*Cerro Gordo on account of
t. his honorable connection with that bat-
Stie during the Mexican war. "

I Since the above was published in
1- 1-, Mr, Browne has served the State
S- Railroad Commissioner for fear


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WIN alt ao is etnst. USe .

To the Democratic others atflorida
For over a yr tbe= h? be" con-.
Iliderablie I-vioto 57 beomInf
a candidate for the Det, nomina-
tion for Governr a the pia next
aping. At Anrst I dlaor d tedeae
PC=_neotimtnt they urged me to W-
ri* to osddId Lt. Apl 4th.,
having up to that time rapI o ly re-
fuaed to make a declaration on this
effect thatI wasa eoedu entering
the race, and I bieth t and the bn
of campaign I would wage sok d



Sto within the precnt few das to
so. o aavoil --- with


t prao a the a olndcted fpor t tn-
mer. Ana app seaottons ot da i own
ever, b to make the by satementoc At
hsseatthe close of the wapea that
I maw nothing to prevent me from be-
e metha acpailato; in fact, it was
mys t imen at that time, and has bier
up to within the ps t few day. to tear
the primaries a a candidate for eGove
nor. An appeal not to do o has how
ever, ben made to me by associates in
business they did mine, and I do not feel now that I can
consistently rafution se, par it.
ETHIC8 AND LOYALTY.
Fourtn ythem were Iago theo disregard with
whom I am now associated In
gave meal which theportunity to make is m
bytart in life. had uf life nod ev one has-
tudcial rver,my havinci re in busne loss
all th property do had inow.even the world,ughand
when the opportunity was presented I
hadme thing to offer in return but my
health and a willing heart to work.
These men have appealed to me within
the pact few week not to desert them
now-n are of time when they cannot well af-
ford to spare my service. There waith
a time when I needed their aid much
more than they did mine, and now that
the situation ismy, partially at least, re-
veboyhed I wouod's earli be untrue both tov-
erf and to them were stato disregard that in
appeal which they make. hisdate at this my
only reason for not bhat so f a candi-
date. It may not be demr sufficient
by some, but thus far in life no one has
ever been able to accuse me of ingrati-
tude. and my associates in business
shall not do do now. rgeven though it costs
me the Governowhich my fip to remnds in loyal to
them.
LIFE LONG AMBDPON.
From assurances given me I am satis-
fied that I could be elected governor,
and bee of my friend tods who and I feel e
made fully acquainted with the situa-
not. however, alter or lessen n any de-alwa
gree myfobligti to the men with
whodrummhavers ofn so long associated in
business. My friends may understand
thesacrifice I am making when I say
that it has been my ambition from my
boyhood's earliest days to become gov-
ernor of my natich they have state, and thatmin
declining to become a candidate at this
tihave no deullyrealize that so favorable
an opportunity may never come to me
again.
GRATEFUL TO HIS FRIENDS.
I shall never forget the interest and
enthusiasm which my friends in all sec-
tions of the state have manifested rtn 1 of course
my behalf. The presage which evnerally has
been very kind to me, and I feel ws-
peciallyen shorateful to the papers of Ham-
ilton county, my old home, and to the
Punderstol Journal fodor their generous
be grateful to my good friends, the
drummersiof Florida,nwho have been
practicallyunand I wmou in their support
ever since my name was fitst mentioned
hands a presumsible canddnte I thank dshi of
these whnds for the generous and loyal
whpport which they have tendered me.
trinconclus-mion let me say that in de-
clining to become a candidate myself I
have no desire to influence my) friends
in their choice of a candidate for gov-
rnr. As one who has the best est inter-
ests of his state at heart. I, of course,
reserve the privilege which every good
citizen should exercisee of making my
own choice of a candidate when the
proper time arrives. I desire, howev-












state will be secure.


Iar, being elected a member of that T. A. JmENINOS.
dy 190. He was chairman of the
einmissen for the tire ters, nad re- is most opportune. He has a host of
tret from the e.e on Jamuary 1, 1907, friends throughout Florida who will
having declined to become a candidate rally to his support, and who will be
bere the State primaries in 1906. He great pleased to learn that he has am-
te Florda member of the National mouned his candidacy.
pcrat l *Committee -
i as it does, Immoiatelty fO- Leow's Board of County Commission.-
tI not-a announcement tat Hon. T. ers have bee putting in the greater
A t Jeninw. of Pssaeola wil ot pt of this week revising and equas-
a caadidkate for Governer, the an- ing t e tax list, with the assistance of
t of Mr. Browne's candidacy the tax assessor, Mr. W. 0. Ames.


SHALL E MSW LAWS IN EFFECT.
SO? Cmmes Solidt, Gewre P. Ramv,
SJr., Servs Neo...
A Natter to W0` p0p* le f the From the Tampa Evening News of
State, ttie ea m -r ahass-, August rd. we take the following, and
the warming it gives will apply equally
pecllly are in every locality in this state:
Editor Evening News, Tampa, I'la.
DMr Sir :--wou)d like to call atten-
Under an inl da r of Where- tkonofany per whom it may con-
ases" arAd an inaoee tM dsommunicat- cOrn to Chper 5680, Acts of the legis-
Ive tide, or, more nrPl*ly speaking, slat ur of 1907, making it a nfldemean-
eeetvetiteo, ritenar-or to conduct or operate what is com-
secretive title, M with an allur- moaly known as a "bucket shop," and
ing "somethmba h O othing" proposi- tbheambling or speculation in what is
tic bait, Wi VaoemaaaM-e of the most caoimonly termed "fturos," and pro-
Srepugnant, me th wMkindest acts vl3Kcsa penalty of fine or Imprison
ere f oe by a Frd a meats for the violation of such law.
ever offe~d s in by a Florida Also Chapter 568 Act 0 of the lala-.
stre.'ltSn we r1SVtio? at ture of 100,known asb 'child labor
S W ,they bt still of i law," applicabI to ehidmr n der 12
ros t still, of its a of age. The violation of this law
usstio fW on hald a dos-punishable by fine or mprison-
an members kew wl the con- Both these laws are now in erect,
tntS ofthe mbilL 4~iistre".' aO as the Acts of the laIt leilature
ovepdby thoMe .g^ ,?**-' have only recently been renilvedit
m and R.l may be that some people are in ignor-
ed tr the s aht t anct. e of their pa spe. The r provis-
S bill with It itin l will be s nforead.
- ometad e &f M it lay Trusting that you will publish this in
1i0sie 'n ahope that this notice wil result in no
M a= t day of violation of these laws, I am
tudeasrea th asa troduesdand Very truly yours,
undthe fact the at the Govenor in is mes- Charles Le RAn JR.,ed
urged by page1 adcaled it wah rushedntion


in each house a committee on Militia ad the son of rle idy, wot for.
and State To created for the yeaFrom Setion ofknown newspaper em-it
atpress phed ooking at body wi the in-lo this ity, and now eaged in
wovalueulasreasouldor suddenhaste aew mies from m that act does not. Theinto






This "death bed method is common fortunate young man was a member of
the fact that Govt tested parties a launh pary which visited Mayprt
sage, page 11. had called their attention .. ." w "'.".'
tothink willvery matter or thlart therewas The weather became thr Jr., ag 14 earste
in engh hos take a codmmttee on Militia a when the party stores at Fedy, wo or
and Stateir co-leislator for the ex- where young a wel known newspapero-
preng celerity iot was sI after the in- another this city, awent tnow engage nin






ernor on the last day of the session the doc.. while the rest of the petty re-d
twhe "eonfusion worth Stated" and maned n the laus instantly kill few mby
thways reignthe pleaf supreme. sity was without lightningesterda a terrificoon t Fulton.
value as a remount of ortat lsuh sudden hgislateion few miles ftruckro the ayptort. he un
Thexamin "deathe Governor had no the ticommon fortunate young man was knocked membnseler o
practice with what intonested parties Mr. Arnold sh party which evied, aypo dt.
think will prove unpopular me-sures. Te weather became thresa'ten
The engineers take mum Judgment on when the party stopped at Fulton,
bil, but c elagfrom. tlewithat iur where youngsave yody and ertie Arnold,
pwasing celerity iwht wa t to the Gov- oer you ng lesman. wentto a store nea
ernor on the last day of the session the dock. wed thatil the forest had dislo te pated his
when "confusion worsoceonfounded" al- mained in the launch, In a few min-
wahe reigns supreme ith an enor- utes there w a terrific bolt of lht
mouse amount of important legislation to ning, which struck the store, and every
examined tho provide for the time onef the nfortnate s wa knock s reed
to ex ars" into th rcene ions of the Mr. Arnold shortly revved, Is did the
bill, but seelooking little title that it othersplace tomorrow, Char Leid A. Clark, the
wa by six ponderous ant d impressive undertcovker, having chato be liless.rge of the xamnar-on
ad tOeN 'e, ara ohowed that the bolt had dislocated his
"wereases" whetin is cunningly m "An neck .
romt to a "something for notablihmet of The unfortunate vitiwas removed
f ature Atal arecommeneral Milon tof by all who knewt m, and haris death
Governor. This last is exploitalf, asin has cathuse wad muhot griefd among his exs many to
seperae "wheres." It is it?set ap arrive today. The funeral cklltake
hand made const looking a t hretl e sfol- pin e tomorrow, Charles A. Clark, the
lowed by areas" sot it will benderous and impressive nderthe father, having charge of the ar-
"wnot to rsee that therein is cunningly madvisee ranmen our community. The
promasurent a "something for nothing"to be for re emploungyed man was highly toughtce, a
feature and the in that recommendtionTruofe Democrat voices the sym, and his death
Governor. This last is exploited about a has cause d muh grief among his many
seperat "whereas." It s et ap their friends and playmates Jacksonville
and madn e conaepicuou in a therdee "line Mpetropolis, pth. s men.
"wherever" so th it will be Commaimnder-in-Chief is he father and uncle of this nor-
andot that, by the CGovernsttutonr ad, is fixed teboylivetin our community. They
the meTallahasse believes it to be forgets ome employed at Thrs are diSun ofssice, and
the best interest of the State that n haves prob many friends here who are pained
or thnale recshould be esndatblihed at some to t- pan, andr o the or two bereavement. The
central point, but in that reommend- True Democrat publvoices thal sympathy ex
Statone. Heres not say one word about a tended to them and their families by
enoral milithe utarymost headquarters because you welcome to their frnds and also by their fellow-
sh knows that thprovde military theadqu rcrtersion of a printers and but te Newspaper men.
s wherever the Commander-in-Chief is ve every man a chance t et his
aoint in the State, both for t he ectuton is fixed blticahe people though, of
n Tallahassee. This where supplies forgets Som the required spaers are dicuslabor !frng the
to mention one of the praddcipal reasons probabilities of a "pot-metaln hcam-
for the recommendationished for his insist-he ideas that hone or two havt be cleared
aprotectie on "some central point" in the they will noif put lish poperation,cal matter at
State. Hers by the miare hi w organist: "I deem so much per should. The brethrenare
itof the utmost iuch prtance that you welcome to their notions of journalistic
should provide for the erection outf a ethifor buttheshe News even thouright here to
suitable desirable Arsenal ) pt o central givment e very man a chance to t his
point in the Arsentale, both for last "he economy views bfror the candidate north oliticugh, of
involved in handle arllu, ae "keeping cure, we cannot be exerfully ected to fur-
of the State's mit tary supplies n the unthink- publicatrequired by paper nd labor "ft a ree
equipment, and fr the additional ab- gratis for nmpething." station, a man has

curitynd that would be tatrnished for the ideas that he crs of a insiders mill to staht be bene-
protetio on and safe k nvertiing of uh oll if put in operation, there s whino
storesep out of the miAtlarntic organization re you sleep," on way he should not be permitted,
stationed at ranschportation Tallahasseet hi own expense, total columns o anpublicity





rancis Barracks at than St. Augustine ae ulogy ofbtion forthat polariticular pill or todvance-
tine. That desirablace (has but one railroad "knock" om be furthered rival pills that may such
and th State Arsenal ar noti*' last "where matterket, from any candidate weor mlitical
asc hol out theg road in the State. cheerfu wlly devote theerfully accepted forums
for nothing bait t mi.itaryh the unthink- pubIt catiorescn by tho anpe paper stat ement of-
ing egielatorlly and erstood quick acting Blox- thble viewrate f comes alification, snd whetherof a
don the express purpose of ord-t come s from friendly or "thrfoe will beno
not this veryn central m St Johns county. The fact that we allow for a price,
is far to onewas side u t yan it aln In brief, spacelumns this papet works whi sale

i. That f place has nobut organe ierod, "knck other rivalsement is npurthat mey ble.



the stores would be removed. Wheir Lakeland News


te latimatlo. came from is not pub-i "*--'--.--- : .-
Dy known but it was common talk Mr. Fred B. Biddulph has been in the
Sb the appearance of truth, city on a visit to ha familyand many
Bt. thi "etrai point" is not the i friend. rote to A lachicola where
pith O Uthe matter The "ni r in tithe hae gn e to estabsh a odge of the
wood-pile" is hidden away the last order of the Maccabees.
eight es of Section 2. IsR particular! Mrs C. H. Schoemakeand little Marie
(Continued on Page Ten.) left this week for St. Teresa.


TALLAHA38U
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Throub the courtesy of Dr. Fred C.
Moor, The Tree Democrat has been
furnished with a copy of the very ex-
haustive' report made by Dr. Hiram
Byrd, Firt Aaastant to the State
Health Offiaer, Dr. J. Y. Porter, cover-
ing the several eaes of fever which
have occurred this summer in Tall-
several daysaithis dityin June. a1
map deto the time of hi avtgtiion of thnd
notes several tha fe r d apnotve as a wl
away of the Oearspty; one wmitiop ob
tainable, and hib report is very full a
satisfactory. It is too lobg for 011.
eatonra in ts entrety, hothe e-
m abstract will befound both int.r-
D. Bo re rta toh t ;"
teen cases of fever whdeo asd ed
up to tha time of his mavestigato. atl
notes that four did not uat e a
Tlahasee two were probably
tractedm, and hows (about twhe f um
away from the of thy) e was psM.
contraeted in Hillborough county;
eaibky otaminatio [ine mie fom
h follows, a nea tpoably
Alachua county. With tmiae poesiMi-
ties and probabilities excluded,
remained five ca mer reportma
noting in the city Ad v of
who ays: "In the remaMin
tonhamnoted also that th labortor



















ceivable. There la do efort m~a t
tesent wa not resorted to at all; the
the rig the diagnoses of these astd
anhod cawould- in some deegrs ofm m
to night." Add he remarthis record
evident that the rurora have greatly
exaggerated the situation I t
Following a moedted btalosting dall the
of thised doors asDr. windows could



the sed withrag wireffluent compare for to
sixteen with tof the wanch. The e o
two doors aed that in neither and t
dicationsof intestienal beterialy proof
eraga contamination. n on the
Tha n follow the scrence to open to
tracts from a former report madebw'
Dr. Byrd three ye ago, asfo~a-r
the ouityside rather than to the .
who carkeep out both flsess ano qu
moate. Thia building is only
distant by means of the vestibule and two
number of fire that t harbd doors all on
ceivable. Thside This wI the mad.o
lessen the number or to keep themls
They swarm ver thllow fever hospital at
the right of possession with the vmndun
and would-be purchasers fromughly effect
to night.Byrd's Alud he remarks in the rt ows:
willrt we en thatoe sounsiderin that the mar-
t is in theany individuame pal ce today; so Is typhoid
livery stable; and from the files. I think
this could be remedied b closreding allthe
openings to the market house exctwo
one or two for ingress and gres. bleto
unused doors and windows could be'
closed with wire screens of fourteen to
sixteen meshes to the inch. Th to e or
two doors used for passing In and o of typhoid
could also be repndeed practically parts
different flies by constructing on the icon-
tact with e door a wire screen vestibule
and making the screen doors opening to
the outside rather than to the insder-
It has been found thoroughly practice
ble to keep out both ransies and oderqui
than it ismeans of the vestibule and two
feor three screensat, and doors all opening
to the outside. This was the means
use, and in the yellow fever hospital at
Pensacola, and wover thoroughly effect-
ivoe. e extent, lieve
The final summing-up paragraph of
Drlah yard's invaluable reportedly follows:
"From the foregoing observations it
will be seen that tha e sourcfew oc-.
tion in any individual case of typhoid
has not been definitely located. From tim
bacterial analyses and from the attend-
ant circumstances it i forbelieved that
the water is innocent of spreading the
infection From the fact that no two
of the cases, so far as I was able to
learn, used milk from the same source,
the milk is likewise thought to be ex-
onerated. The several cases of typhoid
fever reported, living in different parts
of town and out of town, moving in


















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MrV LUHED V3D T FRIDAY .MOXMRNG.

hinsld as Seemed as Ma ter Marsh a1, .at
so Ie Poet OAm st TTalflhbe. lr4,d under
~ AA af CoMesm d Marc h L IM
ia IIs TehlMam SIMNI CoMner Adam. a
SChaIsemstremts. Tdeinmm MNe 1N.

S* itme.ati M Perr TYew, Is Ad4vame.
Adverthinemes on Appsetime.

TIe True asrsi Is th Oe On ffk Newreie


I lha es,dMisy, Augmt 9, 1g7m.

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NAtbiited nI muspe aw e t .samptpel
t 9M160 inOa~ tide saw1 W st lL ei.<
mam **Ibm a' eluinute. Net *
ha ge isa ni s ever apNot a
Go to Collin for your Job printing.

'*Tber is that maketh himself rich,
yet hath nothing; there is that maketh
himself poor, yet hath great riches." -
Proverbs, 13.1.
"Don't do It, Mr. Poster." Don't
think of moving our Confederate rec-
orda, relies and battle fags from the
Btate Capital where they properly be.

Hon. John Sharpe Williams hae again
been elected to Congress from his Con.
greasional District and it is of general
laterest to the South and the Demo-
r static party that it is so.
The Carrabelle Advertiser says
"We would like to see Hon. If. H.
Buckman make a race for State hon-
ors," and some of these days you may
see that very thing, and when you do
he will secure the honors, too, my dear
air.
S Editor Frank lhrris says, in his agedn
S and good old Ocala Banner: "If you
ever get even with a fellow that does
you wrong you will have to drop to his
level. Revenge in sweet; but if a fel-
low has to do that. revenge conts too

The East Coast Advocate truthfully
S says: "You can generally tell the live,
progressive merchants of a town by
looking over the ads. In the town pa-
per. Strangers generally settle in a
town where there are hustling people
people with pdsh and energy."
ThiA issue contains 26 pages. Every
page has interesting reading matter and
advertisements in it. Tell your friends
of It and those of your neighbors, who
do not subscribe to it Every citizen
should take a pride in and atmist in mak.-
ing it possible ;to publish a first-classn
local newspaper at home.
This in everyblxy'n home newspaper,
is published in an effort to please all,
and every citizen of the county stiould
help us with it by encouraging words,
sending us local items, in subscriptions
S and advertising and job printing pat-
ronage. Each citizen should d feel part-
S nership business that far with us The
newspaper love you noil
S Tampa Tribune : 'In these decidedly
t. free-and-easy days it is a pleasure to
note the moral tone that pervades Edi.
tor Collins' Tallahasmee True Democrat.
A little more of that sort of thing
B-1' would well become every newspaper in
the land and there In surely nothing to
tbe aohamed of abtut t vo long as it is
S not hypocritical." Thanks for the
abovecompliment. Westrivehard todo
our duty and make a clean weekly
Newspaper.
lion. T. A. Jennings will not entre
the Gubernatorial rse this time, but
lion.Jefferson B Browne has done so.
The True Democrat publishes the card
of the former, giving his manly rea-
sons for the action, and the announce-
ment of the latter, stating his inten-
tions. There are rumors of others
coming into the race and the probably.
Sty of there being at least five. Thereare
now three, posltively announced Hons.
Albert tlilchrist. R. Hudson Burr and
Jefferson B. Browne.


Leon county has a most efficient and
painstaking Board of County Commin-
sloners, and they have been very busy
thhveek going over and equalizing the
tax bookI, preparatory to making the
S county levy of taxes, etc. In caes
where they have found it right and nee-
essary to make changes, notice will be
.. give, and all who have complaints to
*. make should attend the meetings to be
held for that purpose. Our officials are
S anxious to do full justice to all, and if
any aggrivaed pemaro can show that
their property is over-assessed, corre-
dtons will be made. Rvry member of
the board is always present at each
meeting, too.


a series of interviews with imbea of
the Board of Trustees of the I I. Fuad
concerning the pending lnvesigati s,
but it mu t be said, in all ader, that
very little light is shed thereby upon
what should be the real purposes of the
investigation. All agree heartily as to
the wisdom and expediency of an exami-
nation into the traamaetinaO of the
board, and also nla their estimate of the
probable results. As one says: "It
(the investigation] may develop occesa-
sional errors in judgment, but nothing
more."
Bach, doubtless, is the view which
the general puolc takes, or will take,
of the investigation. While there has
been a whole lot of talk about "crime"
and "graft" on the part of the trus-
tees, sensible people have very gener-
ally passed that by as unworthy of no-
tice, and the really worst charges madd
against them consist of "errors. in
judgment."
One of these was the adoption of a
ruling, based upon an erroneous legal
opinion of the late Governor, to the
effect that the board was not bound by
legislative land grants or required to
obey any law enacted by the legisla-
ture touching the administration of the
Fund, because the grant of the legal
title to the public lands, for purposes of
convenience. by the legislature of 1856
was "irrevocable." This attitude of
the trustees cannot be remedied by any
action of the investigating commission,
and it may even be doubted whether
the question will be considered at all by
that body The courts alone are com-
petent to deal with it, and they have
done so and will continue to do so, long
after the dissolution of the investigating
commission.
Another "error in judgment" was
the board's peculiar and espeial, and
almost contemptuous, disregard of the
plain letter of the statute of 1903, com-
manding the trustees to transfer all
monies belonging to the Fund, iand all
proceeds of lands thereafter sold, to the
custody of the State Treasurer, to be
by him distributed equitably among the
several counties of the State and by
them used for the purpose of construct-
infr good roads.
Other "errors in judgment" com-
prise the board's peculiar methods of
making sales of the public domain,
many instances of which have been
sharply criticised, and the facts and cir-
cumstances of which, in every detail,
it is to be hoped the investigating com-
mission will probe to the bottom in each
case, publishing in full the results of
their inquiry, so that the people of the
State--the restuis qie, trust, or benefi-
ciaries -may be enabled to judge fairly
for themselves concerning them.
No one, so tar as we know, has ever
charged individual crookedness of any
kind against any member of the Board
of Trustees ; but there can be no doubt
that there has existed in the public
mind, and still exists, an impression
that the board, during the present and
preceding administration, had been ex-
ceedingly badly advised, and perhaps
dominated; to which fact its "errors
in judgment" must be naturally attrib-
uted.
Because it is rumored that Prof.
Sheats will oppose Superintendent Hol-
loway for re-election, some editors are
predicting another campaign of vitu-
peration and mud-slinRing between
these two candidates. The Sun does
not believe that such will be the case
and we warn them that the people will
not tolerate a repetition of the cam-
paign between them in 1904. The day
it is inaugurated, on that day will both
these candidates be doomed to defeat
by some worthy man who does not
stoop to vilification and abuse in order
to secure political preferment. -Games-
ville Sun.
The above from the former home of
Messrs. Sheats and Holloway, probably
expresses the consensus of general sen-
timent throughout the State on the sub-
ject. Mr. Holloway has made a good,
faithful and efficient officer, and by
Democratic precedent is fully entitled
to another term, if not more; and any
attempt to repeat the ncidents oft the
last campaign will rebound- not, as the


Sun says, upon both candidates, but
upon the one who seeks to revive the
animosities of that occasion by endeav-
oring to transform a personal griev-
ance, imaginary or real, into a State
issue.
Mr B. k. Catt* has had a nice ce-
ment walk put down front the skiwalk
pving to the steps of its reddncm.
Their home, eently hjiiahas from
Mr@. Dr. Robertson. peo ib~rkklace,
is one of the et eofortae o Clin-
tonstreet adMr. Cat will add im-
p m to it in to he fttam.
veytbdy is pleesd to note the
Improvement n the health of genial
W. D. Wilona, since his retur bfrm the
West.


thesm tmoreof it t -
too. A ether year in the
em a eWe msW a way wi
natv t o- t unisi i heo
Sthe v best of it dOwm.
Trwa eoorat,. Yes, d| M u
Shave n soe t t
Uke oe tastes like
ab= n tobacco. "But' It t
OPe dn oyGsdadwen o ty < o
hatn ol n Is iso burnineMa, ad w e .

Cto.! ereo county Soestra "
eo.yore r Times. b
Thata all right "mah n bOy." Loe
seolty Sumatra tobeace is all to the
good even to the burning qualo aki.
is bringing the top notch in pries. toe
even In good old Gadadeo ounty, sad
all that has been delivered ever there
n contract, has been accepted without
a keik being registered agamlt It Cay
the same be said of all of (Qedem'sa
You may just as well make upeyo mtii
to admit that our own i just the same
and as good, because the truth of It wi
never down again. Leon county is now
your running mate in the shaded Si.
matra tobacco business, and we have
lots more of it coming our way, and
many more acres of the best tobaeeo
lands are yet to be bought over this
way at reasonable prices. Our real ea
tate people are determined it shall go
into the hands of tobacco prodaoers.
Won't you see things just as they
are ?
Now, sensibly and seriously, there is
no reason in the wide world why any
petty jealousy should exist between
Leon and Gadsden over the tobacco
business, for it is all just the same, and
the conditions are all about the same,
except that to Gadsden is due the credit
first, for developing and working up
the genuine article that cannot be coun-
terfited, and helping to teach our people
it is a good thing, and to tie io it Now
let us be loving neighbors over it, and
all pull together for all there is in it,
for Ieon surely vill continue to go out
after her share of it.
A STATEMENT.-We have pressing
and honest debts to meet, amounts that
are over due, and which we must now
MEET. Going over our books we have
due us, in accounts, running from 60
cents to $10.00, all together making an
amount to more than $1,000.00. We
consider every cent of it good, and will
appreciate it if each subscriber and
friend who may be 'due us these
amounts will remit. Let each one put
one dollar into our hands, even if it does
advance the subscription some. It will
help cide us through a tight place and
also encourage us to go on giving you,
a good home paper. Remember, we
in unt pay our debts up, so please help
u.4 do it, by aiding us in settling
promptly your small accounts with us.
No, Short Talks, John Collins is not
from Missouri," but he likes to see
things clearly and plainly before he be-
lieves them, and as Florida has always
been good enough for him to live in old
Leon, he hopes his remains in after
years may still rest in this good old soil.
We did one time drive a "Missouri"
mule though, and may be that has a
little to do with it all, what ever it may
be.
Gov. iro ward is going to submit the
selection of a sheriff for Bradford
county to a primary election. The Gaov-
ernor's action is meeting with all sorts
of comments, exclamations of surprise,
amazement, gratification, etc. "What!"
say some of the newspapers, "has the
Governor no favorites in Bradford, and
do all Bradford county Democrats look
alike to him?"-Ocala Banner. Editor
Eugene Mathews, of the Starke Tele-
graph, May answer those questions.
With the retirement of Frank Adams
from the United States Senatorial race
Park Trammell, T. J. Io. Brown and
the present Senator Mallory, who seeks
a reelection. In fact, Mr. Trammell
did not make announcement of his can-
As it is. Floridians will have a variety
of timber to select their candidate
from, and the race promises to be full
of life and interest.-Tampa Tribene.


"Gee, whisk Who would have
thought it possible? Yet the Tribune
has left Hon. John S. Beard, one of the
very biggest persimmons, out of the

Brother Stovall.
Judge R. Don McLeod now of p Ie-
ant Crawfordvle, ood d oe Wina
county* was In the X y-s.terday -"-I
hands with M eQs& 6 tidse3
d It ISo ahr av
chat with IJute w time
sons year ag a I- l e a
weekly newpper of T "e
Land of Flowersa."


S owe of h l itsi,
u to erect a buil by ft
I tensio to hom e plat, put
tIcml worth of imc fvea n oet
TheTrue *D*ew t wi
paper well and ables a to, r be
oat it p a hanod tow thest
r amamey ins U wveIen.toobutA be
Sa helof the other kd.- ve
U the citizens of this towa and sec-
tio will join with as in fo ring a steek
company, The True Democtat will or-
ganso each and put out a respectable
Mle daily paper; and that it can nbe
made to pay a handsome profit, there is
not a doubt. We have done, sand are
doing, all we can, embarrassed add
handicapped for facilities, etc., as we
have been; but with a little more back-
lug and help, a newspaper here can be.
nade to pay handsomely, and there is
no overestimating the good for this
whole section of the State that would
surely come from it. Citizens of Leon
county, will you not. come with as now
and let's organize a company to publish
Just such a newspaper and establish
just such a plant as isoneeded to cover
the LOCAL FIELD profitably? And we in-
tend to devote our time and energies to
the LOCAL FIELD almost exclusively,
leaving the State printing to others to
handle, our purpose being to put and
keep Leon county before the world.
"HANDED HIM A LEMON."
In refusing to abandon his Pensacola
business associates, who require his
personal presence and aid, and run for
Governor with a reasonable expectation
of winning the raoe, T. Albert Jennings
has proved himself to be of the right
sort of timber-the kind of which good
Governors are made, No one will fail
to admire his conscientious following of
the path of rectitude as it appeared to
his mind's eye and his refusal to be
tempted by ambitious hopes to stray
from its narrow way. In connection
with the Gubernatorial question, the
Tribune has been credibly informed that
J. N. C. Stockton, of Jacksonville, will
enter the Pace as the administration
candidate, the vacillating Broward hav.
ing soured on R. Hudson Burr and
handed him a lemon.-Tampa Tribune.
If Senator James E. Broome expects
to get into the Gubernatorial race, he
had better get a hump on himself. The
woods are now full of candidate., and
rumer promises at least three or four
more within the next few days; and
won't there be some racing, though,
when the signal is given and all those
fine race horses are turned loose on the
track? What a pity Florida cannot
have one round dozen each of Govern-
era, Railroad Commissioners, Senators,
Congressmen, and what not! Cannot
some means be inaugurated, just for
the convenience of the thing, so that
every living voter in Florida can getI
some kind of good paying office? 4ear-
ly every resident is now rich, and all
want the great honors that come to the
officials of the present day and genera-
tion.
In this issue of The True Democrat,
will be found all the laws of a genearl
nature that was passed at the recent
legislature. Every registered voter in
the county is entitled to a copy of the
paper containing them, so if your name
was overlooked in the list mailed from,
call or send to the office ard secure a
copy. The home newspapers should
visit every home in the county, colored
as well as white, so invest $1.00 in a
years subscription, if you are not al-
ready a subscriber.
In his efforts to repeal the Fifteenth
Amendment, Gov. Vardaman seems to
have succeeded in getting himself re-
pealed. So far, so good. Now, if he
will only stay repealed, Missiasippi
standard mn public men, fixed ay such
types as Lamar and George, may again
be revived. There never was a cleaner
man in Congress than John Sharpe

ablest Mississippi has honored herself
in promoting him. More power to him
and his kind in Southern polit -Live
Oak Democrat.


Mr. A. P. K of the Bradford-


ebi who been a ittle slde


l aid a I nm -s wich totme i
was was destI ed


Ye=, wtn w ee V".
we gave the baet reaest wWit bl-
week or two a to the
Mr. MetL. tas depu oetm u
if not the mont Impsrtaat baa
n- working smoothly, fsM a e *H
snibly and pradtahly t the poo-a t o
lorida. It woaldimk mb te
a new man to get the great vsilt
sasof bustles to pl as we as
ma ages it, ad as we sam before, h
attributes the rgoht t dtiuMMo lws
ida of looking at things diffeutly bes
himself and of being clticised thereor,

who differ with him of false motivs,
Mr. MoLin is a co~sientionus, pahiotk
log Christian official, and though tAs
True Democrat has differed with hlaJ
some public trausaeton, we have al- H
ways believed he acted from what he
thought was right, and still think he is
as well fitted to continue in service in
his department as would any new man,
and will take pleasure in supporting
him, and we will support some of the
other officials for the same and iden-
tical reasons, and when we do it will be
done editorially, too.
Hon. Newton A. Bitch, one of the
state's railroad commissioners was a
deeply interested spectator at the Lake
City Baptist Convention. Rev. D. W.
Turnley, of Dade City, was in attend-
aace and a conspicuous member of that
body.-Ocala Star.
Those Blitch Brothers are at home
and all to the good, wherever you may
find them, they count their friends from
one end of the state to the other, who
appreciate the records they have made .
in official, church and business affairs.
always standing, as they do, for what *
is upbuilding and for good morals.
Jadfge Welfe FullInag Predictioa *
When Judge J. Emmett Wolfe was
appointed to the circuit bench several
months ago, the Journal predicted that
he Iould "make good" and would
prove one of the most valuable public ,'
servant* who ever occupied that posi-
tion.
It is gratifying to the Journal and to
Judge Wolfe's friends g,-nerally to
know that he is fulfilling the predic-
tion.
Judge Wolfe has now completed one
full round of his circuit, and from
every point nothing but good words for
him are heard. He seems to be giving
the best of satisfaction everywhere a
those who practice in his court are all
frank to admit that his decisions are
reached with judicial candor and impar- .' *
tial justice. "
We congratulate Judge Wolfe upon
his success in "making good."-Pensa- .
cola Journal. F
Touer Newspaper Works.
Following will go a little to show
what a home newspaper does for its
community. We get them almost
every day, and we reply to every in- '
quiry as to Leon county, or this sec-
tion:
Terre Haute, August 6, 1907.
Editor True Democrat, Dear Sir-
Please send me a sample copy of your
paper, as I am thinking of locating in
Tallahassee. I will subscribe for your
paper soon. Awaiting a copy, I am
yours truly, C. C. Nixon, Terre Haute,
Ind. 1215 Ohio St.
For an Impaired Appetlte.
To improve the appetite and strength- .
en the digestion try a few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Detroit,
Mich., says: "They restored my ap
tite when impaired, relieved me of a .
bloated feeling and caused a pleasant
and satisfactory movement of the bow-
els." 'Price, 25 cents. Samplee free.
For sale by the Tallahssee Drug Co. *
If Senator James E. Broome of Gads-
den county should run for Governor, aa
he s eing urgedto do, he would have
the solid uppot of the old Confederate_
Veterans throughout the State, as well
as all others who desire retrenchment
in the management of the State afairs.
Jim Broome is a true friend of the peo-
pie, free from all fractional alllanes,
as he started upon the floor of the Be.
ate durin the lac sesso of the Leg
voe upon every measure coming beo '
that body, and would make a Goveru r
of whom every eitien of Florida woulMd
be proud.-Gaineeville Sun. "|B
A dispatch from Pensacola, 6th iast.,
brings the news that a prohibidtl s


movement was Inaugurated there m t :
day which was a largely attwded
in -of ctens inthe Y. M.C.A. oN
lng. The Eseambia County P M il
Liett :aa organhe4 with
mebeors amt the proposed |-
againsst the sale of l to
Swhlih one few es



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S Wio was that "aid "aD the w.d i
? ee 1aevrer" WU the ieo IMecla
eti another fladl itepry, sad
r f bstaaatl~on of the.rchim lin


S walked right out galos l t dtag
say talking. A fe minutes later an-
obr irt tod the aume things. Aud tlm
a oh wot hrogh the same iaanou-
mar. A bystandlag newspaper man
who had seen the wnt to
telephone to e wet wase matter,
nmid there h found a neat little sign
right over the trumpet reading:


This is a business telephone
and is not to be used for
LOVE MAKING.


No wonder they all turned right round
and walked right out again. Explana-
tion was asked of the druggist. He
said: "About the worst nuisance with
which we in our business have to con-
tend are the spoony people who come in
to use the 'phone. It is no uncommon
thing for a girl or fellow to talk the
most sickening nonsense for a half an
hour or more, evidently with utter dis-
regard of the disgust that afflicts the
people who can't help hearing. I put
that sign up when a youth came in here,
and after talking gush for 20 minutes
Said, 'Now let me kiss you over the
telephone.' She must have said yes,
for nhe smacked that telephone with a
sound like a cow pulling its foot out of
the mud. That settled it with me. I
put up that sign, and I notified as many
druggists as I could of what I had done,
and every one of them did the same
thing. Guess we put a stop to the dis-
gusting nuisance."
Another Delaltp Candidate.
The definite announcement of Hon.
Jefferson B. Browne, of Key West, as
a candidate for Governor comes as a
surprise to a good many people who
had thought that the bright prospect
for a large number of candidates, with
the resulting scramble for the nomina-
tion, at a great loss of dignity, had dis-
gusted Mr. Browne an driven him
from the race. The act of a gentleman
so notably strong as Mr. Jennings was,
in retiring from the contest, doubtless
had something to do with Mr. Browne's
announcement. We await with much
interest the platform upon which Mr.
Browne will go before the people. He
is a gentleman and a scholar in the best
sense of that phrase, and in broad cul-
ture, both as a lawyer and in the field
of letters, he perhaps has no superior
in the State-certainly not among those
classed as politicians. He is a native
Floridian, knows the game of politics
well, has been much in the Legislature,
was an efficient State Railroad Commis-
sioner until recently, when he resigned;
is now a member from Florida of the
National Democratic Committee, and is
well fixed in the matter of worldly
goods. He ranks among the leaders of
the bar of Florida, is an orator much
above the average, and comes of fine
old revolutionary stock. All in all, Mr.
Browne is remarkably well equipped
for the race and for the office-it he
Lets it-and his candidacy will give
th dignity and force to the campaign
-Live Oak Democrat. *
Also tne following from the same
newspaper: "The tongue of busy gos-
sip now credits Hon. J. N. C. Stockton,
of Jacksonville, with Gubernatorial as-
pirations and says that lie is to be put
forward as the administration candi-
date. As we have before remarked.
the man who goes before the people as
a candidate for Governor, tagged as
the property of any faction in State
polities, handicaps himself too heavily
to be a winner, and we credit Mr.
Stockton with too much sagacity to
play that role."
"Don't do it," Mr. Stockton!
Happy Family at Tallahasee.
The official family of the President is
supposed to be in harmony with him
and to stand by his policies, as all the
members of that family are hlh ap-
pointees and he selects them largely to
That end. But this is not true of the
Governor's catbiet in Florida. The
gentlemen who firm it are the servents
of the people, elected by the people and
responsible to them, hence they are
bound to no blind devotion to the Gov-
ernor or his policies and are entitled to
full independence of opinion in discuss-
ing either or both. But for all that it
seems to be a happy family upat TaRa-
hasse without a dissenting voice and
the.Goxernor can proudly pn to them
as adherents in whom therels no kick,
neither suspicion of disloyalty. But
Senmatr Humphries, editor of the
Manatee Journal, was taking notes
P while he was in the last legislature, aud
and in a recent issue of his paper he
drom this little disturbing remark
rit in the family circle: "Sixty days
in Tallahasee has convinced the writer
that the people's interests might be bet-
. ter served by making a few changes in
the cabinet officers. -LiveOak Demo-
crat. __-
Hoo. T. L. Clark. wife and son are at
the Jessmine Inn the guests of Mrs.
A. L Boed
Secretary Kellum of the Board of Con-
tIl left last Saturday tor Jacksonville
to at-d the regular monthly meeting
.ftheleau d .


The prw la. a a at paer. It
stands at the head e ll akr force
It Ame a spleI ewnemvl.t m ly in


eo workt wat bt. I ne bI for

wor e ha mla t1 beinf IMM b ar a
S and in es an M m -


te ores c me the W ere ad th,
orao othe~ma of e dai pr
i teai.cDm, it. general. .aaflCy of
ademt Isad its saperb atprae. It
pleasure to mow an c swaM-
per men, and I know o e o aroklyn. e
moThre clean minded rly eatn of than
they are. John Stuarh Mill compared
in the hickory grovhe where opets, mand
back of thee meeting have been heo are a
vireay teachers and aterpr all through and
the ener from God their dinnHebrew
er s onhwere. -From a Recent Sermon
Y Rev. Dr. J. F. Carson of Central
Presbyterian Church rookly on ser-.

Pices. Methodist Curh atCentreville
was held last Sunday at the old church
in the hickory grove, where so many of
these meetings have been held, and ser-
vices have been continued all through
the week. As Inn. usual at these meet-
ings the congregations had their dinner
under the trees, picnic style, so that
those living at a distance might attend
both the morning and afternoon ser-
vices.
Mrs. Theodore Turnbull and daughter
of Monticello, are spending a few days
at the Jessamine Inn.


if It's


Neuralgia
and those sharp, shooting,
agonizing pains drive you
almost crazy, take Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills,
and get relief. They drive
out the pain by their
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.
"I do positively think that Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills are the best medlclne
ever put upon the market. I find
them so restful and soothln, and
without any bad after-effects. I have
suffered with neuralgia so that my
system would Just ache and quiver,
and I cannot take opiates: but I can
take these tablets, and they always
relieve me. No one that suffer with
neuralgia need fear to take them an
I know they will not form a habit, for
It there was any opiate in them I could
not take them. Just one In the morn-
ing when I f rel baa, and I can do my
work all day"
MRS. W. H. BURKETT. Maoon, Os.
Dr. Miles' Antl.Pain Pills are sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first package will benefit. If It
falls, he will return your money.
SS doses. 25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind



SOBACCO LAND.


I am Offering for Sale a Tract
of 110 Acres just beyond the
Eastern Limits of M)licello
which has been pronounced by
G)ver ment Experts t o.be


"Ideal" 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 location is such
that the two depots are within con-
venient access and the city's tele-
phone service can be had. The
property is well-fenced and is un-
usually desirable for the culture of
Tobacco, Lng-cotton and other
high-grade farm products. I will
be glad to show this tract at any
time and to furnish the fullest par-


ticulars.


Address.


Wm. E. EVANS, Agent
Monticello, Fla.
Lock a"e $C"


The m e'Tr tiew York uS -
day or'a th Girl pie.
turns habs I. They are ew
beige h a rW stage. Paul
West 8a wrti g Imrad the man-
agementof tlhe* f 1807" at the
big New Yoe Roof 'Garden
has put the ,esM Wproram with
sixteen Gi the chorus. A
new Charles Da bOion bathing girl
art supplemat e a every Sunday
with the New tob Worid.
Rev. J. E Wilm has gone for a
visit to his old hMre Baltimore. Mr.
Wilson exmreew NIaelf as being
deeply interested ItIt development of
Leon county, Vad oied with him
amphlets deor Yeof this region for
ditsbution awg his Mrendas.
PANACEA SPRINGS.

Flerids's breatet Health Resort and
Place er sw eeatlen.
G. F. & A. Railroad sells round
trip tickets to Sopoeoppy at especially
low excursion rates to parties coming tg
the Springs. Taw ear from the hotel
meets all regular mall and passengag
trains. Those who want them can se-
cure hacks at Sopehoppy to take them
over.
At the hotel will be found ample ac-
commodations the year round. Good
lake and salt water fishing. Five or
six gasoline lauIches to take fishing or
pleasure partles out any day. Mineral
and salt water bathing during the sea-
son.
Hotel rates; $8.00 and $10.00 per
week. $35.00 per month. For further
particulars ,add ,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
PANACEA, FLORIDA.
7


Now Open


SPRING


and


SUMMER


MILLINERY,


LINENS,


EMBROIDERIES,


LACES and NOTIONS.


Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.


Tallahassee,


Florida.


Fancy Work Material a Specialty


Heavy and Particular Haullnq a
Specialty by

0. H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD, and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and (Graders, same
built and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him fr further particu-
lars or address I'. B. ox 286 Tallahas-
see. Fla.

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

*uardlan's Netice.


SE ABOARD
Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICH-
MOND, WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK.

TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY


SEABOARD EXPRESS


SEABOARD MAIL


MODERN PULL MAN EQUIPMENT

THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE ,
NORFOLK, VA.
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksooville, Florida.



RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE


COMPANY.


Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00

HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS


OF FORTY ONE STATES.


3,PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.


!If you become totally


the Company pays
without interest and
are not deducted
policy. .


disabled


your premium
these premiums
from face of


CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.
THEBEST SURANE TO BUY OR SELL.
THE"BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.


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


INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.

---- AGENTS..WANTED.


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I RA'SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
SCarrabelle, Fla.


"* ". ,*,- TiHE INSIDE TRACK
o *,... is always "theway" to take for safety.
/ (ur inside trade leading up to business
p, pijtion come through
A ('COMMERCIAL COURSE
taken at our business college. Ont
r graduates have the preference. WIh
you askT? It's because of proficiency.:
H Proficiency is asked for and heads the
*A list. For particulars call on or addrema
** o THE GEM BUSINESS COLLEGE,
-Tallahassee, Fla.
0 C,


CALL AT THE


ESTABLISHED 188


Undertaker and Funeral Director

Undertaker and Funeral Director,


GEO. H. HOLMES,


TEI.EGRAPH ORDERS WILL RI-
('cIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.


Diy or Nlht.


Sl!"IiSSOR


JOSEPH DUNCAN


Tallahassee, Fla.


Phone Nr. 44,-


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


DR:


NOT"C 15 HERRHYGI .VEN THAT ON Ilt]U
16hdyof As tA1.IW7. Iwil ist t Ip
&UthG~i ft 801. at vpvti' n" ale. the lnteratiotOf
WUsseW, Cairmway, a m 10,"'. illsMWto &all t hu..
g~rtin ita r ~w~i.of land aitsato. lJunE &n'J
bring in msaeid aty kn4,wn and descrbed sw foli-
ioa.vwf6t~v: [Aota numb..,'i im.12. 13. It15, ancd It:
in block 2; iota nunit'ere'i 1).11it 13. ~ 14. 1!,,
saW 16 inbloock 7: iutR n u kinkj'vs1 Z 4 5 7.
sand 5I ifWeik 11; iota to itmt~wrd 1 1 7 r, wI our
in black It sad lots nurimotir-wl9.,4. & .7, and"A
is, k~itsk 555f said laklndtwiwnein Ith axon Ad-.
ditim d *ulis.assF. 'rids.a.5 s 'pw ot reoord4'd
In dead-b KK. pace&iSow. of the public reseod.
IN tM hoe ad' the Clerk Of the CiaemaIt Cou-t of
ematymild and b irin the S.3I. 4 of the,
ANNIE Z I 3THEL
Guarmdia. eft he Estate of WilesF. .Caraway,
DS~dAW9 *elk*


mu t w ,.~ Ow r~he es SMt


b Wso --a. OJsb prbMb.


'ILER
Nj


AII ,Knds of Fresh Meats.


faction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
FIRST CLASS MEATS.
Ring up Phone No. 283.
Breakfast,Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.


C. COLES, .....

:ONFECTIONER and GROCER.


The Choicest and Freshest Goods at
the lowest living prices.
PM=tSQ m saL f:.* i *.*u


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he RaiCroa m Cmsm 5est o, GAe, Aug. 5, .h M abw, a a
I"umors ,tu ,wr oftheVOWSe 3A a-tzotbet. teti-b edr i- I'mv
i o a i tm Of the tretle stw v srn the Osock- dIWeih ofr Oh a a O, ft
go.. 1n1 0 1. Sne river, near ntyrOe ttheo o Itrul o t oi -lff.hiot II-are
k'. -.ket. ii a. -o he i wnt a Mt Demonrat reporter vInsted the office of J. C. eieU General Mam-at oI h ir goretaaan0 f




o d w fro ,sao d fw o a temr.wsfhe m rat repotioels s b uapd me- is r thmi sa tre t
I Om R iW4toM t~ i elicit. reliabled faon aio ontwhoe osub- t a t we haveL oiir i dtA ne o ol _ndr

e cur s m to. oofi P o se n m r i fe m c entesrto s eer, t S leb Cholera ae
l abert the report te A. a aner sent b ie De a ir: With furhr refereinp toeew m
I ," ""W%"b esid ti n o Dr in -. ,Tth a otie d s i b no adtagnti t ayr
Soor draw romwo ey tear. nt ine til oule the to unm lderdate a2d nhu nc e to oll
.tdsU this more Is ON thing I Of the trestle was t dile, g j the reporter nto l tonofOcklok wi ae t a o oart se eam now se w aild well.ro



a Tomak. ert. that llcomm ini .entirety; also the whole orr- tothatwe havem itond thty oenteea e odlo so
St andorepdcegointhedonewmt w wys or an l beg t aor dho t ke atdo o ns elay st
S P, they should e come to the office biased report of facth he Chairman of them. foue r five m lonthd tohecure algriv od of uiinrer ato t-a Le with


Sof all the m inuf eturrs and dealer Manager of andthe G general manager enr thou Tmda thae thieen for se atis mo. rt se e bth
e wnuld se to se reat abuse and to Igerto facts, no ontre e utwho know It is fac rnttionato durve thect American orithgindut of tohe
S .d.. aperly' Nationalm Robelyt ri DamonInspecting En ineer twelve fet o L Genteral m toenter, er and bolea in ita bn form ouly
'4ek not to force a brother' feJack- forte Railroad Commission, wilfor1 i tAl ners twenty.fi eet oon o tvo tmhe upon whoi it in ei
moment doubt. Mr. Damon is not y:fo now timberAI = ,o "










Rlilor drany:rom ov our loeyeEakseaThio
Snl lra etsrom omls. esy il s. roan efficient engineer, but is peemi spehould neer ha report to u mb. t E young menandi doin ood
f ke r tn ta all whcommn Dea s opr ialour gler o' n tlt y to tle over the eloekn ~ l t community. The editor of thall.
T o k e w ad aih tatlltheme *cto trcstndtl ated July a oa 1907, I thao fiver, nero Melntyre, on the of a W arthe i endevolent and ProLewi
and alde.owsn ce pergo t in the news- will tcornoath r ets the y raro the tatt o i M. vey for aof Elks t of the daily
i e nd tm t t d e e- i 7 alwayseprompt Ockandoe n ao e bend tion and in need of J ros, waich oin hise thourhulne eon

f^i~d t^ o ^ e ~d of No with n we riper neac cnyr Fl", es nd berieta r Doem and that we, Railo dkpt and brought home wlth him for us.
pa they should come to the o lea report of facts a s he ollow finds them. fou rd Comr five mon th will mt Mo- T be taught of by frd like himth
W eDsis h.opodli, T hroAs seen by his cklocknletter whi tch we poube- i.y Agut o12,1907 at 4 o'elik m., while bid enjoying aI n seaiic like
Sfa s f c approximately 900 feet wide The inour oth thn the rest of thitye days; of Therwis, theEk gathe ing mot Philadern ,
me of tseks b wo doe's trbt e wanorginally a four pie, bGent hFla., toeo ld and take ve ytbappratd, an d repmeano the
S all the manufacturers an de tretle with forty foot pan bridge of condition of thTrusting trehat thiat will be time value of a true friend i

per Talkaeaboe Should to correct abuse an. t e to have ntre trees trainer 27x ty to be hard in tinhe Tpreemoa. iin aai Iand y lb Don'tB
T on@ pory, s d B 1e with 3xand st races. Pile were after- Done and ordered by the Railroad Do It, Mr. Attorney-General. "-Pena-
i presimdnt and manager of the traveling public may pans over the roadofo fellow ono i lWaving its bthp evoleibue only













S Au. 197.--very oneatt e- wardithout feeling trivn, and in their lives are Lrida, n co Evening News. But the upon whom it s bant-.
a ing a ood tm. Each after two batter pile to each bent; e- on at their office aforeaibam th Ina future issue we will givr-e ite
Sad h. Periwinkle are ambuno t thi on each ie an of theoriginal bCnt, there- R.ailroad Com n iy:R Chairman. eof ouri local Elks. This popular or-
nd m r.om ted inoMsonni- oua her notified that our e i- garm. Is composed of some of our
r.4 r.Metropolios that pedlmTs must road Commission, talrnseFla. : ntn ugchn engineer has reported touas vety best youn and i doing good












a N amer on the we t beach, and all patrons Deaby r rducin the ypanour letter in tour trestle ove the o ee ineditor of this
r. ah better this is th welvan e feet, with f the trexeption f the Secrtar i W v in ti
ir en roreds and attempt oy ing to deos- GnF.VA.R w f. across the Okn yourhrallroedInwtheStateof u ri s B iV.L iyfor afullsetof the daly pa-e





Sn bad condition and in need of bent on land jut north of the river, which in his thnes he
S the ba la ofth. Now wat which were t fee t ar M cIntyre toFla, and dite repir ndbe to That we iTrue d R kept and brought hom im forus i
oo a change al along the line. ---Jack leave to report as follows: road ComMtsdonero will meet on Mon- To be t ugh t of by a friend like him,










Gambtheuccessfuls approximatelys 900 feet wide. The in ourf o nthe city of T hae l, the Elks gathering at Philadelphia, is
t r of Jacksonville, who do tre was originally a four pile bent Flato ider and take actiontruy to be appreciated, and means the
thn mr. o auction trestl oe with a forty ot span bride of condition of said trestle, at which time value of a tre friend.
r two children rcan nd AakIt) f feet centre to acentre-stringers 27x ity to be h easrd in e o stome oa Box 1N t hesomebody sa. "Don't
td Tr r rt15, with 3 brace. Piles were after- Done and ordered by the Railroad Do It, Mr. A ttorney- General. '-Pena-
Au 8, 1907. --Every one at St. Te.hwards driven, and in the centre, and Commission of the Statn of Florida, In cola Evenlng News. But the Adjutant-









Saving a good time. Each after- two batter piles to each bent; ue- session at the angel" office ow reaied, this garmen feral "Did Do It," irrplay
moon parties are out for crabs, scallopsmiuently, three pile bentn were driven Nth day of August, A. D. 1907.








d fish. Periwinkle are abundant this on each side of tr iginal bents, e re-nouh over uch victories? S Chairman The City Council held unimportant
i M oer on the west each, and all t by reducing the pan from nine to Attest:in heave, and the goodnight, and fu proceed-
Mr. Bradsord's are enjoying delicious twelve feet, with the repctionf o the t.oC. DUNN, Secretary. ings will appear in this paper next







S Mr. and Mr. ouill ake roart e a nd feet excn lan just nor oflht eno river, and h ow e. e e o ntweek. i
returned to loyd after Thpend- which were left 15 feet centre to ce se then l e Beginning Monday, Augut 5th. price
ire Tmonth very pleasantly on trestle beome dangeroure and tu If Sam Jones wrerr alive he would n mat will be advanced si follows
allqe d er i afe fdor trains to pase over xcept an tt north has given John Barleyeorn.-aer f rto n ani Lero ine tue pery p
I r. Howard Gamble and two ons, very low peed.ppo
Swardand John, arrived Frmpanied by to Beginning jutrestl no where the bridge, M ro i l Tongue 1t to 20 cents each ; Brain
S e the balance of the n summer n in for 2Af feet the trestle i badly out of In view of the ammnae action given 1 cent. L.hE. Batess helor, F. E. Nam,
Sr comfortable cottage on the bluff, len sfe caued phncipally by to the Order of Elka recently insuppose thate R. G Ferreil, John Burkhardt, Do-ealsure



Sn y ay. arrived s on the swI to each rai is decayed and bolt not holding ity of Brotherly Love, perhaps a little at Market 23-2t
le. arrived on the lt week. She properly e theon accoun t of bad timber ketch of elhe organization will interest
S opened Mis.r Lewi cottage for the Aeo, over the entfore tretnie, find int the readers of The True Democrat. o d r Cae ina t
de etued to loyds afterpend- where one trfger theso the rail in bad The unsound the h o order origin c ontinue to brin to A ine Jersey cow and calf, just resh.
Mr. and Mr.. John W. ra enderon condition, d rayed aips and gfroatie and lein New York Pric 00. Applyto Mrs. N. Tay lor,

w erd two children came in on the hack guardd rail in some places i T not sound City, at 1p8 Elm street among some of Box 14, Tallahasee d Fla. 24-tf
Saturday. Mr. "Hndrson returned to e ncugh toh be of much service, and ine the bvat t houe of m ea Mrs. r e adlant eos
SMee months very pleasantmily on trestle placomes nodangerous, a nd is un- fGeiner who met in he n tsr attic one night e .
Mary Lew in Sting Ray cottage The whor train to pass over exception in each week to make "night of it" The loan of two hundred dollars, 16 centson
r. J.Howard. Houambtoun reached to sTe- of the sl40-foot bridge, i in bad co- The meetings, however, became o di- Monroe street property. Address 12ox cents per ound
SWat m unday, ato innnd should be repair at once. orderly that the woman forbade their 220 Talahao20ee. ll-2ts
oTrj b nalnoancoofhthersummerintforac just vr er y rt










drive from Tallah e, Mr HouTtoun pile-driver should be ordered there at continuance The "Free and harter," .......m.....
IWredned to town Wendnesday m once to put in enough piles to make s ae they then called themselves, moved Wp a tan to eant.
S r h bnst Mr. A heummeri. r t.dfeet the trestle should take out of Into view of the i mm ense ovation given 15 cents. L. E. Bathenloe, F. E. Nimseven
ordaughter cottage n on nd he bluff. line andefective surface, caingused pritncipe andpully by to the Ordmberhip and of Elks rentertlyin the R. G.efr John Burkhardt, by a per
ar D. Lewis aer returned totown settling o pilesrticuland borly another thing meCit From they Love, peras grad- nent tenant Address Permanet Box
er fturda y of last week. She properly on account oThf badshou tld be ualy eof lived anizati cub, with ontitution 4teres Tallah ee 20-tf
SMiss Led with Mcottage ford th e Also, ove the gentieral repatle, I find in the reand by-lawof he T rue Democrat bled
mbler.ese ntothe in bad the Order of uated, according Eng toland, A fine Jersey cow andsom calf, justock fresh
ad rs al.o r condition, decayed caps andcrosties. the Phiadelphia ecord in Nw York $Price $6 00. Apply to Mrs. N. Taylor,





two children cam, n o the hack uard rill inat e p information that the organiation i omoad of street, among some of Box 14, Tallahassee, Fla. Cut Glass
aturday Mr. Henderson returned to enougin thio be of much stle arvie, and in the greater performers. Thi club theook the name and various or novelties, are not re-
Monday, leaving his family wint l of them, driven at o all. ik, nd e of Elk ho F etbruary 16, 196her attic onervede night I Wspecially for the seeker of wedted.
wy Lewis in Sting Ray rrvttaglon The whole trestle but very little. exception in eachrst ersonek, to ake uponight oimef it."d The loan of two hundred to all would-
Mr.. Mr.ton reached t i- of the has40-foot bridee, n damaged sevcondieral times the obliatings, hof memverbership was Wm. ,onroe purchasereet of elegant and neressary
rse at p. m. Sunday, after long y tormsn, and should heavy timber coming Lloyd Bowron. who waat one. 'orderly that the woman forbade the rp- 220 Tallahassee. 11-2t2.





drivefromy pleasures of a .Ho rstou n Pile-driver should be ordered there at( rentinuance. The "FrNew Yo ark odEse ,t
returned to urn t (iWednesday, once to put in enough ai tsto make and the then called themselvesion held wtoineat.
Mr. and Mrs. A cho aeran trestle safe. Also they scour from fivake outinto Philader quarters, and extended their A modern residence, six or seven
S a ncamein on Monday. the defective stringers at once and put membership and scope of entertain- rooms, from September 1, by a perma-






SSchoemaker returned to town In sound ones, particularly very whertoward the tablihment ofFrom this beginning was grad- nent tenant. Add Permanet. Box




le. trestle are begun. the Order of Buffa lo inve a charter to spending ycholson's money for adulter-of
ThWednore sday after s rndine a m tco- I will state for nfohre-le abent each side ubordnation compose throughout the ateHd aint, and having to repaint n a
ie gustofMrJohnuday. pile in this trestle are, the grater performers. This club tooNew York Le- yeandar or two when you can buy
Mr. WC. o a, phenrominent pa of the driven into soft rock, and prof Elks February 16. ature in 1968. served specially for the seeker of wed-
Y. Blake have ber.n very asucsld two child. tratle halt been undamaged several tm makingmes the obligation of membership was Wrotetivbe purchasers o f elegant and necessary --
havrtent bsehere one month enjoying bevry sthr, rm nt a double bent they Order coming Lloyd kowron, which ot was one of the rep- articles for the home. C
S rw. and Abram Mcl)tur igll arrived will hae, a fiundation that no em ine U uently in by the atthes n Governor.



Dr W 7th Morrwsaondn t will settlql otherwise, they will have to John lk sboffman t k .... What'. .
o T leiresa on u indayllT, hrhv e nlow, at every b ieant croys the The growth of thias order has been durC -rllll
en a arftersn in iramtit. h.* K' pectfuilv o t bmitteahi *hunomenalo there oOW being about
e Wgude st o'frr.belle, have advertised Inspecting engineer f lr Riilread Cot of about 27r., (A of every type and con- year ortwo,. wh you cane y
Mesfor two wMk ult thatethey wanted sis.ionf State o t Florida p edition f i.nopoiety. A te the name andS- .... ff ...... -"
all thve beuntry to go to Carrabell on TALLAABen FLA., Auo 2, making' cates.o t is .rty a benevolent order, Davie' 100 per neat Pare Paint will


only, bt befrt ore n dch thehwpita- (.e." a large-heartd charity that "t higwly thy w
he little city on the Gulf thre was not near sirvOur nltevtinfr b enitnros eommendaThe It io not a hecrh t bo-ee For Pale by
. steanding roCm for the proverbial rone , Frcnk v csety, only nl provided g for the need
Smore."a The WCa dm, n were prepof d t nhie n tio VRnfy P.. N,,, 1,0t.wh of w t membership without making I THE TALLAHASSEE lAsDiA E
f to rove thwir guests a godtimhe and m in, rtt n of kioii ... tio. of....... the nmenip i-o.
yDroeeded to do so with a largee-hdarted dc .a..tyithatti..highlyPaia. .ountv I


-ttw Iha o isiour ro n, a copy o1 wnll is
lspp itallty that won all ,hearts, so that herewith incloeed. rhe R.od g ives the following as Tallahassee Florida. 7
Sow all of Wednesday's excursionists You will notice from this report that" the qualifications for membership and _Ta e
Ssinging the praise of the Carra- the trestle is in an unsafe condition. the ams of the organsatio n as it now
1O0all. The commissioners desire that you put i exists: CrW tuRN.
A baseball match between arrabelle th trestle in safe repair without d Qualification tfor apemTbenhp re- o AL.L WHOM iT MA tCo BN.
S_ rawforville was a feature of the lay. Failing to do so. they will be te app.lcant to W.a white maleu with _eem. .4WK. rLW Of teStsof
I which was won by the latter teamni, ledto proed formal n the tilen of the United States, of the ae F M of
la score of 14 to 4. r of 21 years or more, mad of good moral Less efl -I 91, meet w"theme
Di r was served on improvised t omm io dputation in the ommlty. ...He mustat aa
Denic a-fashion. and the menu cornm- fon them at etwhe t hrav e resiide wsvr itIme . .l -d.ctom. ofwS.
SvthWit ood to eat that od o a tl whe s apit or a ma r Aa A. D. at
aim to c tl athe will be be an by your company. rte od tUo eawhisk a Nnors .a, .
v t ped off in anorderly R. HiDuON BURR Chairman P, so that. tg ik ofos i!m eo othe
and ghIu manner, and the occasion R. . member from chasWe moqeintnces is value wo ay impee M seS .a.e.
was one thoroughly enjoyed. BAIM3anDoB, GA.. Aug. 8.1907. almost unknown. h the mid mNWmm wa.. f tpr-
S---m'--C -e Mr. R. Hudo6n Burr, Chairman Rail- "The order endeavors to teach notu P tn"sa y ,l
Vrw Sale Csmep road Commissioners, State of Flor ol the highest mral edcab t.n but _c m.,
A one and one-half horse power Gas- da, TalaMee. Fla. to ilto a ti am d devote to '
Engine for ale at a bargain at Dear h to your favw of eousty and o a INt teat. Every
t^ .oAfef. -tf .A t-rdR.sf witffi t io e the e- lk l une a sav to its altar .-_ r gM .
~ ditibof the t tie overth e ako* %he stanr aod s wad Reffert iSaLem ommee-, a i .
SFrtnt and Propw. nO eer near ilatyre. Beg to ad- apared to imapre tea the i. a
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0w el posed charter, the original of which
to on fll In the office of the Secretary of the 8tat
of Florida.
F. C. GILMORa.
C. B. GwYnm,
G. H. GwNN.
F. A. PKILLI1p
G. I. DAVIS.
PROPOSED CHARTER O THE "GWYNN TOBACCO
COMPANY."
The undersigned hereby associate themselves
together for the purpose of becoming incorpo.
rated and forming a corporation under the law
of the State of Florida, with the following pro-
posed charter:
I.
The name of the corporation .kall be the
"Gwynn Tobacco Comnpay." Its business shal
be conducted in the State of Florida. the other
States of the United States, and all foreign coun-
tries, wherever necessary. ItA principal ofce shall
be in Tallahasse, eFlorida.
It.
The general nature of the bussnesa to be trans-
acted by said corporation ui that of planting, cul-
tivating and gTowing. producing, curing, pack-
ings manufacturing, asellina, buying and handling
leaf tobacco and all other farm products, eon-
structin, buldi, buying leasin and other-
wise acquiring, so ing, letting and otherwise di-
poaing of structures f9r shading tobacco, and
suitable building M including warehouses and
packin houses for curing, handling and ire-
paring for market lest tobacco and all other farm
products, as well as merchandise, of any and every
sort. kind and character, and saw and make buy
and sell lumber and other building materials; to
raise. buy and sell live stock of all kinds; borrow-
ing and lending money, with or without security:
issuing and sellin bonds and other negotiable
instruments; buying aind leasin or otherwise ac-
querins and holding real estate; letting. *elling
and conveying real estate; owning and operating
sawmills; cutting sawing and manufacturing
lumber for all and any purposes whatsoever; and
conducting a general mercantile business, and
doing all other things necessary or proper to the
convenient and successful conduct of the general
business of the corporation.
Ill.
The amount of the capital stock shall be fifty
thousand dollars, to be divided into one hundred
shares of five hundred dollars each, ten per cnt
of which shall be subscribed and paid for before
the company shall transact any business. Any
orf said capital stock may be used in the purchase
of real and personal property, or in payment of
labor, at a jut valuation to be fixed by the Board
of Directors at a meeting to be called for said
purpose.
IV.
The term for ohich said corporation shall exist
shall be n'nety- nne year.
V.
The officers of said company to transact said
business shall be the Preaident, Vice-Pre ident,
General Manager, Secretary and Treasurer, and a
Board of Directors, to be com poed of not less
than three and not'more than eleven. The office
of Vice-I'resident and General Manager may be
held by the amne person, and likewisethat ofSec-
retarr and Treasurer. The Board of Directors
may be changed at any time by By-Laws. The
Directors ahall be elected by stockholders at each
meting. All other officers shall be elected an-
nually by Directors. Annual meetings a the DM-
rectors and stockholders hall be held on the first
Tuetlay in October in each year; but said date
may be chantred by By-Laws. The incorporators
shall meet on the twelfth day of September. A. D.
19St. at the office of said company, at 10 o'clock
a. m.. for the purlxpe of adopting By-Laws, hold-
ins the first annual meeting for the election of
officers and completing its organization. Until
the officers at the first annual meeting shall be
Qualified, the business shall be conducted by the
allowing persons: F. C. Gilmore. President: C. B.
Gwynn, Vice-President and General Manager.
and G H. Gwynn. Secretary and Treasurer; and a
Board of Directors composed of F. C Gilmote, C.
i. Gwynn. G. H. Gwynn, F. N. Phillips and G I.
DIavin.
VI.
The highest amount of indqetedness or liability
at any time shall not be morethan &W0.00 (fifty
thousand dollars).
vII.
The names and residence of subscribilnincmw-
pOSterOtaether with capital stock subacribed
by each., hall be as follows:
.Name Resilnce. Amount of Stock.
2 Sharem $1,0 0
C. B. Gwynn. Tallahassee
G. H. Gwynn Tallahassee12 Shares


r. M. Phlllips. Talslhas se
G. 1. Davis. Tailahaasee1t shares


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Subscribing lnempruatsmwe
state of Fuhida,'
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Sdays. toa pono k W thIe- l v '
afrt.eWeek conditoe e r o h y the for =*
th mggom3 coM s a cisstpy oft pal

wlo trawae Poilipo, wife SA Prhe i t he of the late oeff
W N il d. .r.a.andme. a m e World Is Mine" were a ,
M-. a- V "t Bostwickhl- ofth el the per to S
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tth* m. rs. .Mes to it- t In e. .
B tt*wlbee as tb o i w Philips. wife Mrs. Price I o f theIlSe ,
I-D-- "n el nd e.T e Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. o. ,,of Lol"
s boof Des kfon of ville. Mr.fPrstSfarter he
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I St ftUe bo t Jo t peete sohaos ea t of the vJackson wh hews of ratl p5he above mrage will
Ie y ho bl wl oM ItoylIh. It after at all in thr Peacola mans. e iAs e *
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SW platela and irofrot, ad wll be lrToolea have br. Ao to h e Lowne andidacy for a ild
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-the l t- M of mot at v oa otho Lanark Commiir, Mr. Salomon y L
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SJ Mtch A Seval wt ...e. to .D. Isla-- on aed that h consider propota
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of-t s A prominent manufatr., Win. A. the oimo0dka run by Mr. his nomination very bright.
^itef ,t-v to, sons. Mr most remarkable experee. He ay: noon, enJoed f urf bat and on that board" said Mr.on Salomon, ---Wt-ir
Mihell ominntbsines "Afot" takin_ lees tha three botle brought ask .lm e rab and it is but airthatshe sho Mhave. .i.ot, twb aU aes -t-h.
f h-a a romMh of Electric Bitter, Io fol k ooe ia- We had the Vof welcoming. A man who knowM the condltlJ U and s. T ,, a ',
.,...J.,-,aTen ... andh. ho efrom the rve. My double i Mr. and Mrs. ad Mr. Cfin- needs of thia seeton of the Stat a s ,
i Bn&^? r ., ^, S. t.a Bffhts disease in teDibete stage. ton Dawklnoe -wa at the Inn better position to e htoftly . .^l j iolat mJil.
MuivaJ3odbaz'de ofGfl'L.pIl believe Electrlc Sitters will cure Tuesda. Te 4 i trip here and properly on th/emmision than to
ar abo andumte1rsssyouutowa e o4




a.widcir-frend, and mtc-h e Pestanenuy, for it ha already andb eskoat oiiteh ,tle"' 'Gerties" one who doe not, and I think tpe other
all ofwh.om.h-rave--m stoppedthe liver and b eroplica owned ad Nal b r Dawkins. aetion of the State will be fair enougMh XhMrs. o 1,onra M OON=SVats
low)asten coWewil, 9 mo em Garantee fret ale druggistws:. leased t a Ion- hat bord i d Mr S S o
fth elntie wo.ommuni ... ir"Afone have t rthoub me f rohr Mr. 0. N at crbeat, ha t isb that faeh"-Pensh ola ,ae nte~me shese d ;
_Ml m _,_eatma -o. Trhlce only te. e* duct it throughout wierof the mnho'kno'w.s te to.e s ? Teaes.
l ___ ye"n f J J-. dShio oertves.S1 e guarnlime of s etn of t h. is a .... a. '
l m*.m inWoi i----. l wie scosinta m e d l resort will "I waas litrally d oat hine myself to Aom e m .
ot xo He is, mreover, 2 evidetly knows a t elective rem- and that tm-e tvtr s be provided. leave my bed; and neighbors atedlyted ease ui- ,
Judicidr TSi hof d for pG tet hor bltLr al with the t ar t afford. that would never leave It av; but IttMM tal i
We may alm noer ne o d r. t io tNweo ot fooed, m
irm n an mthe ha e Ianot wo M ktee trust that I was indeed to try Dr. Kings .ew aucef.a menI
aid ttoia pl ac Insplre o'Wdciald yo other town to t bothin t Lanark to his lkC Doisovery. It took put four one dollar mSas-Wtot S 0= CSffiin>.
ecsn am to headan "mak the punis aent fit the crime aath Search Light. bottle to complete y cure the iough Ftorh SL lwtsI .
was t hemoThisrb th fok& urin th c ore iyteh an a tithi tio bgs to oet sue-. ,,. I woaymed a nour alpret aotie btw ias .e- '.,-

sni n a-o. of r substantial they got toold, for, thnkas bo God" seii 1. .e ...
t commmttL we do not know The ident as told bthe Oeals Ban- -.Seand tore me totood sound health* ann i Tn. *nnd thath ncn ui
e J Cannon has him h nr is a follow: r. John Rob T who havtomach trouble, no writ Mr. Eva napher of Grover- .pt by.s
S poke t andbthiks he maySea ertson, who as chairman of the coun- matte how saight. should give every town, Stark Co., And. This King of of thi Sgte adts(esitB
S2Sto~la at .ay. cil, acted instead of Mayor 1slar at posbe help to tme dietiveorans, so cough and hold cure, anid healer of mon ...A
SJenkins the other Saturay morning's matinee, ne O the foo be estd with the that and luns, is aranteed by alt .
hot air r with car Johnson, the owner of a team of least Weort. Thto may b done by tlk- drugists. e and s1.00. Trial bottle ndastW
o- mBtd ame wy a n..k horses, fity dollars sand costa tor ta sthina that container natural dl- r. f eep ti r i J .A &sose.
Y i inherited from some anceetral ving a hore woe condition was DeatearteIiee-bometh like Ko- p n o w th SiSy #
t_ ,_ __u. ,,_ belie.e S. Aa t ae him unfit for work. sdol For lE a. i..d w ii t at Nu.u l t ri i herrelb-3-o t"
go woma s This is the fourth or fth cae of tho ration of vegetable I have had for aout two M H. Jhn M
of hi ierom ntre that has been.brouehtupot ads and ota the very sae ouises weeks an anima decried as follow: uatwllMbir -0 U1.
Soun s t ondI Mr. Roberton says the drivi of found a helt tomach. It dDest Brown ster, white face, about 3 years. .k 5
So hesfiu m tha bores aunyt for dwty must stop ifti what oe by all druggie. old, marked crop and underbit on left J.sWf e
s to and e s any law strg enough to make its, ----- ear, underqare on right ear. Owner .. whin i'e we he
to rm standG ofett n r dend woebe to thenextunfortuBnate o to Burma A Co's. for Bathing ean have same by provnig pro y and e urbed o emam th tr Fdht A.
,od, G the soerig I gazty o
f oh t Oit found guilty of the ame offeneD."- Saito N Shirts, SummerUner- paying expense, or ame wilr be sold a q
ofnteS-, tethn St. Augustine Record. ws, Drawers, lather Soek within time as is preenbed by elaw.
tPitier W s amah ln aead Ov i tla tero s Garted. lt and Ties Handker 21-4t. C. J. CLo MONS. J.o wseiPkSitwSS AsS 6,5
dte u te m l Print and Pdper. e. tweight Hosiery. 28 Gwynn Plantation. st
not this ni two-bynfour Congreessran -
.' wrm of a statesman to have observed >a h g a e a
tba Wthis whole country-north, east,
agth and west-is moray up in arm s
SMi government under the Root- lh G. MyIr9. J. mortog Pf, k te.
', thee combination upon retained
fisenotwh to foreee that that en- of toa i
,., ofn thillepunith m Ihennooeritmoeh .- Sec t 9 n arge tbttestocpart ofJ cty
t presidential campaign? JenkinsM ER Sd P

K t k dto t hi interfere with the admitC o of SH ofifm K
omh ritwof ths ome lawf of the State, % he
and himself failing to "agi- ITY PROPERTY FOR SALB.
Et', y e netr 1 Handsome Brick Residence, large lot in most desirable part of city.

K''We Jenkis t er 1 Two Story Frame Residence, large lot on one of the principle streets.
ctaett woods.owedf as 1 Nice Cottage, good lot centrally located.

eat aists betwesm t -red TOBmG gO LANDS.I
a t aaea One ,280 acre Tract fineland 80 acres fine timber.
hack O nefitdla Onet280 acre Tract fineldnaind,8 0 ac res fine timber.


E, b we is One 280 acre Tract fine land, 100 acres fine timber.
w pne 6520 acre Tract fine land, 100 acres fine timber.
__ One 8 acre Tract, good Residence and other improvements.
S* ~ One 50 acre Tract, with 2 story house.
-One 80 acre Tract, all Tobacco Land.
SWe are h n the b t Life Inprane Contracts ever mn in. Tallham.s If you are in
terawted, 4t wi trest to see what we have. BEWARE OFOOLD BIcw and see your
e35! home men for Mgood.
aAgeta Wanted.
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_ 35W 0.CHLMS. PuNsher.


MPUBL-HIED EVBBRY rRIDAY MORNING.
IVIO .RLADS DAINAGL.
SCaptala C. W. LasIa aReturs Fress
a Trip to LaMe **eoochk e.
S lacksonville Metropolis: Captain C
W. Lansilg, of the St. Johns River
steamer City of Jacksonville, was at
DeLand over sunday last visiting his
alster-in*law, Mrs. Porter Lansing, says
the DeLamd.Record:
17. captain has just returned from
a trip to Lake Okeechobee i He wasoff
on the first vacation he has had for
eight years He says it is his opinion
that even if the state should succeed in
4 lowering Lake Okeechobee, the Ever-
i, lades will be a vast inaccessible wil-
d eeas, and forever will be a white
S elephant on the hands of the people of
i lorida; that only millionaires could
-undertake to put into a state of culti-
vatlon those lands; that there are mil-
Uons of series of land just as good ly-
Ing all over Florida, already drained
and can easily be brought into cultiva-
tion. He sees nothing in the drainage
of the Everglades but the useless
drainage of the State treasury. He
would not give the rich drain lands
up and down the St. Johns river for
the entire Everglades after they are
drained.
Aid there are thousands of Floridians
c' battered all over this state who have
^ the ame honet condition about those
SEverglades lands, but Florida's "big
Governor" cara naryy a cent? about
such covictionm, and goes on defying
the expressed will of a good majority
against his schemes and schemers, all
the same. -
SChildrem S laIn
never cry as do children who are suffer-
I I from hunger. Such ia the cate of
1Ibabie who ny ad are treated for
aikknesa, when hey 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
S them to cease crying and begin to
thflve at once. Give It a trial old
S by Hardee-Smith Co.
The Tre Christas Gentlemas.
We print below, another little Her-
S oneti, from Editor Frank A. Wal.
poles' Manatee Rord:
The true Chratian gentleman is the
mot oveable chractr In the world.
Hestands for something and lives
sIWomethinf every da.
A W county sa blessed with a
a a .harat does not have to go
on the stret corners and
4 smhiabout hmm that peks for
unshine and glade marks
i htrourso with hi fellowman and
you feel that you have bown benentted
rbe a inh preeence.
un h a man is an Inapiration to any
emnunity, and would that we had
rof of theIm.
However, it is not every man who
profam religion that is a true Christ-
Sentleman. In fact, unfortunately,
at few ever attain experience. They
aeem content to have their name upon
th church book without making any
eelal effort to better their condition.
Yet they proclaim their Christianity to
Everyone who will stop and listen to
them.
In most cases it isa good thing that
they proclaim their Christianity, for
'' they would never be accused of having
an over-supply of it without this infor-
Md of this calibre will get on the
street comes and talk church doctrine
by the hour. Some of them are Bap-
tiot, some Methodist some Presbyter-
lanI, etc. Usually these men are so
narrow as not to ee anything good in
any church except the one to which
they belong. They don't believe the
other fellow has religion, and in this
they are about correct only they don't
olass themselves with him.
The outsalde world kuows these men.
knows how they live every day, hears
their argumenta and become d gusted.
This picture is a true one and happens
every day. Such men do more Kmrm
than good, and are Just as sure to land
in the snowlees climate, unless they
change, as the sun is to at in the even-
ing of the morning on which it rises.
The devil already lhasa a first-claim mort-
sge on their careass and will foreclose
it at the proper time.
Men of this character, and there are
many of them, do the churches more
harm in one day than any army of
really good men can undo in a week.
Now to the point. Let every man
joint he church he wishes to and become
a better man. Live Christianity and
quit blowing about doctrine, creds; etc.
You can be a (Christian gentleman as
well in one church as you can another.
It is all with you This doctrine-creed
retigeon is about skin deep and a dam-
nation to any community.


emedy feor Diarrhoe. Never aews
to Fail.
"I want to say a few words for
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar.-
rhoe Remedy. I have uaed this proea-
mrtlmo in my family for the past fve
years and have recooiaibnded it to a
number of people in York county and
have never known it to fail to effect a
cure in a y wastano. I feel that I can-
. not say t for the best remedy
of theind m jl WId."-38. JmusoN.
O r county, Pa. This
iny la fo by Tallabiat Drug


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P. T. Nicholson, the poj rweler I ei L
makes a specialty of a We a ryig a nice
China, and has just received a large ing, novelty, sidiBt
lot of beautiful pieces which he offers boards and select
for sale at mummer prices. 2. waht. Bros.


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State Institutions for H!lier Educafi0.
,, j%5 -


Unlverdty of the
State of FlorMa
6aiMetsle, Fla.
A high-grade institution for young
men, offering Literary, Scientific En-
gineering, Agricultural and Pedagogi-
cal Courses,
Strong Faculty; well equipped lab-
oratories; thorough instruction, both
theoretical and pratieal; careful super-
vision and disfpline; high moral tone.
No tuition charges to Florida stu-
dents. Other expenses very low.
For catalogue and information ad-
dress ANJiDREW 8LEDD.
President.


Flrm Femakle Coep
T-lassee..... Va.
A l for Women, without a
pari M-the South, embr a Col-
lege Liberal Arts, a f
Tehees, a School of indstria Arts,
a Sebo6 l f Fine Arts. including piao,
pipe es n, violin voice culture, eio-
cutiM eid physical culture.
A Faulty of able specialists in an
fee. Charges for special lt-
struedtio in Fine Arts reduced to a
minimum. New buildings in coMse of
coutruction. Write for Catalogue.
A. A MURPHRiE,
President.


THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARS, FLA.
Having purchased the Holel at St. Marks I am thor-
oughly repairing and renovating it, will refurnish and
supply it, And with boats and other conveniences it
will offer the best attractions for hunting and fishing
on the Gulf Coast.


Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had.


t a at 0 tUh bi

All Ootwfelto 11 me of
Se uI
Dzpenlmt. tmatamdommfor boom ote


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tiatos. I a mumggsbs 9ubr 'CW~woutOl.PAM
SWG# e, bT%" And IlIkPeuea I
c.~o4Atiu aefther Ot ?Lft b s. etherNaraitto
~ubeftaneIts "m" e I taurmt& tdewetuuworm"
amaftais m ovrirsamess. I m DMuw1-mm A.d o
ole It relievesTeethingTroubles, meurm tpaouA_,
sadVlsule0y.ita Slhoa"t" thF004 rguatsthe
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TeCh~ir's Paacs-Thme thwe 'sfrieac


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Fishing and Hunting parties fOrnished.
Convenient to all the Gulf Springs.
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.




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All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
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I. wigisw, torn mS hem.-

eal seiNal this 11th


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S I'ms fl sdaid


esa m tate of rieroa, to-

v of lWeek H two
urter of the iiilhest
mstl Oved ai township one 1)
asseedatthedateof the
to la the name of Solo-
ms a eartmieate shall be re-
No to law tax deed will issue
ir 4Utd day of August. A. D. 1907.
ly siieal wugnatere and seal this 11th
U M. HENRY T. ELKEI
Circuit Court. Leon county, Florda.


SApplieation for Tax Deed, given in e-
Mt Seation$74 and MA6 of thp Gen-
utes o the State of Florida.
I M HEREBY GIVEN THAT ARTHUR
as1, pureObr of tax eartiflOate num-
14 July 4 19W0 has Aled said ow-
o o e and made appliation for tax
nI laaeeordas with l4w. Said ert-


o ma mwestarnor of aid moth weMt
f ath et t quarter and rua north
Stmmoeat140 yrd these Me-th I14
ee west IM as to the point of be.
etollir i wr e- or ble.
SaM. se tthesams e of &aeP.
al:ess eartilest abal SbeS Iaed
rto low, tax deed wilse thereeon
aLy a mt u A. D. IMW.
O syeaeias V ateureA aWmes thisIl1th
H X*RY T. rFELEL,
Irk Cireat Court lAn eeoaty a.
ad Applietioa for Tax deed. mgven a
ie with Sectmoon s74 and FM of the
Statuatamf the Sate f orda
SIS HEtBY GIVEN THAT ARTHUR
earcaser oft tax eeftifeate num-
std auly rd. A. D. 16. ham mld said


f t, situate In Lea eousty itate of tlriaa.
L twA The middle one-third runnisi eat and
Slet No. seven (7), as pr per t mended to
b dMpage 00o. In the north east arter of
north east quarter of section two 1)in town-
one (1) south rnof rang oe (1)Wweet oonta
oe-sthird ef an amere moreeor las
amid T land ba messMed at the date of the
,o- iaeefto d t&eM tfl iathe i sameofLettle
Av'* Aut U. Unlemssoid otMte sailbeMredmned
S merdit to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
=lIMa&W of Aarut A. D. 1907.
Sm d signature and seal this llth
oy A-.. D-. HEmNRY T. VtLKL.
Clark Circuit Court. Leoa county. Florida.
NOTICE of Application for Tax Dod.Given in
Aseordane with Sections 674 and 5W of the
Gemner Statutes of the State of a lorda:
NOTICE 8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT JONAH
rcttt, unoeaser of tax ertilleate number
f, dated July 3rd. A. D. 1I, Jhas fled moid oerti-
a*to In my ois and made msiesttion for tax
deed to e le sseordanee with law. Said eoorti-
sto embraces the fbllowingr l .r ,
in Leon suty. State of a towit:
sooth east quarter of the north eat quarter
t amn south east quarter f the outh west
S smarter f ssetlon twenty-thore(U) lan towtship
aI (8) northof range one (1) west. eeetaainsn
ei ae sres mus or im.
| ,T aid Mland e-Igamssmed at thedatoeofthe
easane of ad er ae in the named Sidney
0. Well, agesntfor GOuLumberC UUsles said
m ate daU be redeemed aordag to law
a nded will is theme. e the U dar o&
Am.ust. A. D 1M7.
Wttemsm my elmal igunture and seal this Ilth
otfJply. A. D. 1M.
[mL.] HENRY T, IELI.KC .
Clrk Cirmutt Court Loon oanty. riorida,
NOTICItof Aplesa for Tax Deed, Given tin
A -d0nse with Seetio s 74 and M75of the
GeOmil Stattm of the State OFlorida:
A W IYN R GIVEN 'THAT N. B.
01101p r of tax et .a s seum.
hem M **eor-


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PROCLAMATION.

WATERWORKS PLANT ELECTION.
WHUREAIS Under and by virtue of an
act of the Laulsature of the ttate of
florda, arove Apr, l 190 d belinq
Chapter 1e of the Laws of torda. and
also under aAnd by virtue o s act of the
Legislature of the tate of Forida, ap-
ed June 8. 1907. and being Chapter
J of the Lawsa of lmorda. the City
Oouell of t City of Tahae. ,did. on
the 11th day of July, A. D. 1, pass. and
the Myor of sad City 41d approve the
flowing resolution to-wit:
A Raaolutlodeclarlnr that it Is expe-
dient for the City of TaJlahassee to make.
construct and put in operation a Water-
works Plant, or to purchase or lease, or to
acquiree by the exeroie of the right of
eminent domain any suoh Plant, and to
enlarge, extend and improve any such
Plant so purchased or leased. br acquired
by the exerelse of the right of eminent
domain and to lssue bonds of said City
for making, constructing and putting In
operation a Waterworks plant, or for pur-
chasing or leasing, or acquiring by the
exercise of the right of eminent domain.
any such Plant, and for enlarging, ex-
tending and improving any such Plant so
purchased or leased, or acquired by the
exercise of the right of eminent domain,
and providing for the submission of the
question of the ratification of such Reso-
lution to an election of the qualified voters
of said City under the provileons of an
act of the Legislature of the State of
Florida, approved April 19, 1907 and be-
ing Chap. 6853 of the Laws of Florida
and also under the provisions of an act of
the Legislature of the State of Florida,
approved June 3, 1907, and being Chap.
o086 of the Laws of Florida: be it
Resolved By the City Council of the
City of Tallahassee. as follows:
Section 1. That it to expedient for the
City of Tallahassee to make. construct
an put In operation, or purchase or lease
or acquire by the exercise of the right of
eminent domain a Waterworks Plant for
obtaining, distributing and furnishing wa-
ter for the use of said City and ts Inhabli-
tants and such other consumers as may
require and pay for the same, either the
purchasing or leasing, or acquiring by
the exercise of the right of eminent do-
main, any such Waterworks Plant, to-
gether with the extension, enlargement
and Improvement thereof to be construed
as one purpose.
ee. That It it s also expedient to issue
bonds of said City of Taah e for the
carrying out of any one of ald purposes,
which the said city may hereafter deter-
mine to carry out, of the amount of Sev.
enty-five Thousand Dollars,. Principal.
Sec. 3. That the question of the ratlf-
cation of this reoluktlon, be, and the same
ls. hereby submitted to the registered vot.
ere of aid City of Talahasee, residing
therein at the time of the election herein-
after provided for, and to be called and
held for such purpose, and shall, at the
time of such election, have resided in the
State of Florida one year and in said city
six months Immediately preceding such
election, and who may own real estate
therein, and shall have paid their taxes
for the year then last due thereon. A
majority vote In favor of ratification shall
establish the right of the said city to ex-
erclse the powers as to any one, of the
purposes so ratified, and to Issue bonds
for the same.
Sec. 4. The election upon such Issues
shall be held on the thirteenth day of
August, A. D. 1907; and D. B. Meginniss
is hereby appointed and directed to regis.-
ter all eoctors of amid city possemsing the
neoemsary qualifications, and he shall open
the registration books for such purpose
on the thirty -first day o0 July. A. D.
1907. at the Council Chamber, in the City
Hall In said City and shall keep the
same open each a Sundays excepted,
from o'clock A. M. to 1 o'clock P. M..
and from 2 o'clock P. M. to 5 o'clock P.
M., until the seventh day of August, A. D.
1907, Inclusive thereof, and he shall reg-
imter In a book to be provided for such
purpose, the names of all persons who
may be entitled to vote at such election,
and shall apply for registration.
Sec. 5. That Geo. W. Saxon. O(e. K.
Lewi and J. D. Cay. of said ,ity, be. and
are,. hereby appointed inspectors of such
election (one of whom Shall act as Clerk),
and In case either of them shall fall or
omit for any cause to act, the place or
places of the person or persons falling to
not may be filled by electors t the polls
on said election day. Rlu'h ,.lertors shall
take and subscribe an oath or affirmation
for the performance of their duties
is provided as to other municipal election*
in maid city. The polling p lae of sad
election shall be at the Council Chamber
aforesaid, and the poll shall be open
at I o'clock A. M. and sha l remain open
until sundown on saeld thirteenth day of
August. A. D. 1907. during which MUae
re0oess of thirty mlmates between the neour
of 12 o'clock M. and I o'clock P. M. shall
be allowed, during which time the ballot
box shall remain In the pouisesrlon of at
least two of much inspectors
Bee. 6. The ballots to be used at such
election shall all be alike and printed In
plain type in stralght lines upon plain
white paper of much thickness that the
prlntinw thereon cannot tbe dlstinguihed
from the back thereof anl shall have
printed thereon the following words and
nguree:
S City of Taillahassee,.
August 13th. 19-7.
WATERWORKS PLANT ELECTION.
Making, Constructing and Putting
In Operation, or Purchaslng or Leaes-
nlag. or Acquiring by the Exercee of
the Rlight of eminent Domain, a *
Waterworks Plant. and Enlagng.
Extending and Improving any such
Plant so Purehased. ,Leasaed or A*c-
quired by the Bxerclae of the Right
of REmltet Domain, either the pur-
chaslag, leaitag or acquiring by the
exercise of the right of eminent ode-
main. aar eht wttterworks plant to*
setler @th the estenalon. enlarge*
meat add lamprovement thereof to b
oo5itfmed 9 one purpose and ianuhm
bea8 et tie maid city to the ameons
t e ety*tve Thousand DoUase,
Pl~aeal, for say one of much pu-
pose .........................a**T,


enlargngo any
workso plants *x..te.sic.h



be. te as o ,.ot.e i.
faollow rthe lo th


loi betawnt toe aone




enlargement th eof to
ba construed al tefo a '
Ine of bonds o.... ng out
any one of a, "ore In
votinhe pake a rdeedLMU 'as ith pevno
faoro bO Wor n asto I











e lefat sof t s ha ing o
following bythe u ht of
ine d oesmru i to t the rat en-
tionl of tis wig W *re a sim
lar mark before or tp t of the word
lrt of semen ote i and water.
worksoluant, t he oo ue, e extension.








ec. ement I atl at the closeof
bof the ons olls, p e e vas the votes
tIo cng t ondsf.r)in asoto













onst at such elen ,vinS done
voting duplicate, stat tl written at







andfull length, the be- pror toi a
the left of r of on of hisballot
oled. Includlow ing the iee aisue( of
thebonds, and the Mor of andvotes
astne adesinst the rtof their resolatifica-
tion ofthuding th s bondk as toim
thelar mark eto re ll tio e. f ucrth cer,

"No."separate envelop in n theas th
loreturnsn of nm qu l done of such-
certlfeates so b eafl up, shao l he deliv.
efored by one of their nuber without debal-
lot between the Mayor f City and t"Nohe
therhe t e Clerk o t, ty Counext andrd-
th Mayor and the Clerk nall de plier the
samnche to the ng. y Conil at a m.ctin
of thereofll to be held t fourteenth day
eleof 7:0 tion'clock P.shllM. 0 clock P.ate,
inM. at whduplicath meeting uch Council shallt







open such return anm aaute such certistp
cast In favor oafe tld oe of thio be
entered uption tothe minutes of the meetinIg.n







Sec. nThe Mayort of ad city shalle
ityu a proclamation, giving notice ofa
the time and polling f of such election.
whiondsch proclamation the be pur of votes
eas of the ne Upe b of thal city for at
least four ssee lve wA L once a week.
on, preceding the dy of onds. and thi
in uch pro Mclamaier-
tec. shall be sM b th e duty of the-
Clty Council to yause to be prepared andl
orinted the ballots or uoh election and
sepucharat election and th purposes of th
returns of sauc .do tu, oe*slaur such


















aresolutiontes he deliv-
erPassed thby one of their nl of the City ofde
Talla to the Maylorida, on Jul Cty 1. A. D tile
otPrer to the Clderknt o f City Councll.and
the Mayor and the snell deliver the




















me to the Cty Clerkll m ng
therwill eof tod on the ldthrte fourteenth of Au-












of A ust. A. 17 a.t th CusI wenthhaurs
S7: o'clock P. or said eity, during the
hours tadIn said resolution upon the
M. at whch t ratlation ofunaid resolu-
open by th voters posneing the qualch cert
eateons therein lped fed and registered as
provided upon ch reoluteon, the said elect.
tion to conducted, and the inspectors
thereof to band o, and, the returns thereof
made and ballot to be, as provided in
said resolutbn. and according to the Laws
In such cases made and provided.
Done at the sew d CItyp of Tallahayseef
enth day of July A. D. 19e7. as witness my
haprecend and official title and the official seal
of sid city.
Duly attested by the ditv Clerk. herne
unto set and affixed the pro and year last
above written.
W. M M INTO Jof th
Attest: Myor
(Seal) A. H. WIWLLIAAa
City Clerk

inutlam's rNtice.
NOTICE EREsY OIVNTRATTHIRTY
foret> of l5on Cvo Phrida.
Mayor aty private sale t Inmyteprest
lamtio, an. Mary Reii rtles and C.p
sunt to id minor. In and to th fol
lowing ~ rnl estate, viz: The eet half of
t W4 tw adred and nisinety [ In the
wial ei ld on the ity of Tailh in o u-id
snutyad ft l Ki city. during the
hours tatd In Kaid relutlon upRaronthe











quarldin of the ettl of William P. Robertson
on by the vote p editrlng the q alipmf-
catons ther m s d iaflnd d and registertsoas

thereof to be, and, the returns theNof
























aid rolut and accord in the estate
yers, deced late of Leon
to In suchprssesnt de and prov els or dd.
Dona wtthse te mid t ,hll ftTver after.
enth day of JulyA. D. 1907. wUnemy












of RDRI MER




DeIoe Is ered by riven that will oClrk the 4th ry
present my fuel secounts aI
txe will and teteaenst of Harris
D.Hart-eas eeed, to the ('ountJude of lmon
unto slt and aft Tiaed thae. Yfnd nd r last
ydra dlse nW. M urWh 'xTer.ti, Jt.
(Real) A. H. W
eflastwill an's tetament f arr
D.inorsr deceased to the


SUR IM*S UA To S. I. igt.wJrr.r. and All Per.
TNDER AND BY VIRTUE OP A WRIT OF Yen are d at a writ of attacb.
Execution issued out of the Seoned Jdicial mest has be- Sl dat p
Cireuit Court of Florida, in and f r Leos aty. erW attoehed to e ta tm i s t O
in a certain cause there pending. wheredi te tW ustngas te two t i
Tallahasee Iron Works, a corporate uder the dollars
laws of Florida. sl plaintiff, and S. e ISHee is Now sIekm ise sal am m the
defendant. I will expose for oate ap e veOdue ooart 1 and far sai oOMld.a'In i FN
on MondayW, the f dayf Aass.t.D. IWF. an the hday of Oetber. ,
at the hour of twelve o'clock needs, at the eourt will be tered against yes, I fW p
house door, In the city of Talaaee, Le ena- so fe te et
ty, Florida. the following descbed personal Dated this dine Augt. 1,
property. to-wit: One thi -rtfe hee" power IS. Sw ELLA JLCAS r isf.
e-tx boiler onm skids; leved upe as the prop-
erty of S. Peter Horne, defendant l the above g
cause. w r 1*
This 5th day of July. A. D. 1911.--
CHARLM HOPKINS.
1t Sheriff Leon Oa, Florida.n m rn
OrAboveMsaleispostponed unta Mil daydSeo'
timber 3d. 1907.;
CHARLES HOPKINS. Sheri.

GVARDIAN'S NOTICE. 7 u
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN. J J_ f h t mOC l
don arsid unutdannof the MtettfCat Charles
Everett itsJohn and Elbridge FitJoha, minors,
will make asplietio to the Hon. 8. A. Main.
niss. county Judge of Leon county, Florida. at ki
ofile in the court house on Monday, the 11hdayS
of timber. A. D. lsW at 10 o'clock a. m. oras
soon ="teras I canbehoard.forau
to seM the fallowins decribed property stated Y,
in LAon county, to-wit: West half of souuaest TW IMJlMS FAVW M T M
quarter of section 14, township I south, mage I
west. M acres. pr of -sd mifdnMis. seas o& ms ntMU O
DAWS.. A ON BOATWRIGHTT. Mes11 11101a11A111Y 11 -V
Guardian of the Estates of Charles Everett its. m- .l f inl.t C.
John and Elbridge PitaJohn. s.-6t KMUI *-O W m-n--wv i.0
TP, LOU S11* M
TAr. NOTICE FOR SALE BY HARD MSMITH C
That I will on the first Thursdayof November,-- f-- e -ed Udd t
1.0?. or amson nereoerM I maB beheard, m at. _w_..
ply for a padonr Austin t was It so meMidsO
victed at the Fail Te14om the t Coert for 9R e e0
Leo county in 10 Oatf the lremssy of a t=MVI,
animal. Wns.aU C. nowa, lS. We e,- -MRs 0v
-1it Atteroere fere F3ir. BSre.


141


The above Is to be had at


R. W. eobb, Drug o.

East side of Monroe St.


CONSTANTINE HOTEL._


Centrally located near Capitol

and everything the best. .


RATES, $1.oo PER DAY.


CONSTANTINE ALGERO, Propr.
0


FOR SALE SY


Tallahassee Hardware Co.,


Hardware, Cutlery,


in~lAY8,@. armDIwQho$

7WIN ---- -and Paints


N.wo


Iemmtd


This 5th dar of July. A
Clerk ao the Circuit Ce
cult. Leon Couaty. Pa
amb or the
SCircuit C Our
(Leon County; nr~oa"


hderge No"es.
NOTICK Is ER EBY (;IVEN THAT SIX
*oMth fta tOew date of Ue Inret publiea-.
v" he I w I nt my flalm t to the
nty Lveon Countr. ; ni and rp-
S Idteicharge*s Admnlatstear of the
set W. Caraway.
ANNIE E. ETHEL
Admiaistrator.
Tauahassee. Pa. Feb. 22. 190. Sm
AdimSIIator'' s MwoN e.
TOIM Is nuRESY GiVIN TO ALL C3ED-


to be eiaetisaM t ef the

Tetl Tax Tear 19a................ ...
Ammmat aM to Jose lst. SI-........
Balance........................... --M-M
APPORTIONMIMT
Gena RevReaue-.............- L J ?
Amt paW to July lat.1WV... .1 XI.WA '

aPaidto Jalst,. 1 4IL eWS.m
...... .........


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Att rt H r .T.. UmesM
aherk cbvewtkrt La.. Comaty rurs, July
at.lIT
In the Circuit Court, Second Judlcia
Circuit. Leon County, ilrida.
ElaJ bP D. Hihtewa.


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THE


SlATE SAVINGS


BANK


IMI*VED

pryoued peet t
wes
apes 55 -r

others s ciet, a t
Ton wooM Sn
it a notwi to MVe

bew we give a table
sis of 818 working days n ia the


o savmc e ys s. ,
los ,Igt il a t in Aeyastmh osa d


8 pe cent interest.

how savings will &e0lmwt.te lai SeOearA, cobpoted eB f
8 per cent interwet.


( polo* *- %a. .


Am't depotited. Istmt e aned Total -W
10e per da fo r 6 ye m ................$1 e .50. ................. ........-.........- -
209 per dy frw yeas.................. s3.eoo............... ae ....................
25e per4 day Io M ................ 891.2................. fl. ..................a..a5
20e pwd day or iy............. 46e.50. ...........-.. -L4-...................
W0Wept for S y ................. 782.50.................. W....................a
w0e pa fr t I7.W........-l,6e6.oo.-. ..-. ......... ..............-. B
T e l stea of e Mting bank is $20,000.00 wIth laJildal deposits amoqutg to
begis a wth e wil be Ild Ptrictly contdentiL
"a set o ef t e Wttle bask& while the supply last


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


, W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


.. Z, LAWIS. Vicsce-Pmit.


B. C. WHITFIELD, C


a4.v. Flemaing ma Paslems.
Because F. P. Flemsc, ex-Governor
of Florida, expreaeed h sentiments
aaint the adviseablty of enactin and
nforn the present pension law of
(o,1d 4 mill tax), he has been as
sailed and critcised by men and news.
papers In various parts of the State,
some of the expreiona being harsh
and unjust. Every man In this world
o entitled to his own thought, mad In
this country th are a at liberty to x-
press them If they are not of a crimi-
% x.Govornor Fleming was one of the
bravest and best men who went forth
to do battle for his State, and today
the Confederate veterans have no
stronger or truer friend than he and
he wold thla man n the tat
attempt to deprive them of any com-
or epl possible. No one knows
9 tte tlea bte than he dos. He
Swith tae conditions of state
Iant be believes that the
wt a uren to the State and a
Sto o nanytaxe he oer-
alaw a a bneit to
sipoato soldiers It may also be very
the poorer slas who must
. aotributa to the penaon fund.
Te Metropolisa before a6lW that
while the form r laws were most too
S- trit to be complied with by many
V s .e- penioner, the praent law io
S oppozte--too open anid slak in Its
itare The removal of the prty
S loflCono rat e soldrb
St an dvante of by many whoi
a own tha a of dollars' worth of val.
lable property. We have seen IN "
y otkw P1plI ation for p vision .MaW
men. w s worldly Ipoassioone are
Sd t 0000. Now, will any
Sddrodefend sueh wholesale grasp.
h If l nsltesa Just because the law
S, and try to impeach the opin.
and veraselt of an good a man as
a..Governor Fleminr because he pointed
Sthe danger of sueh loose egislation?
me us be fair and impartial In consid-
4 ltor this question.
No fair-minded citizen of the State
e tsf, a ftar as known, to assinting
9t Indigent Confederate veteran, hr
widow and orphans, but we honor men
9 "Fleming, who, without fear or fa.
I ver e expressess himself in a matter
fratsht with danger. Before the proee-
at law waspa d possession of 8M00
meahodd under tha former law and
l those Inceapaitated from mailng a
v were entitled to pensions. The
sdIral pension law excludes allowing
worth of property, adwe all know
tt the general] government is able to
ay ten timam what the State of Florida
The Union veterans owninr prop-
erty In Florida reo now forced to a
the 4-mill Confederate pnasion tax just
the Southern citisei are.
S The Metropoh is not oppod to y-
S^ pns.ons, and does not wh to so
tod, as its pepritef are nas
S outhernars, but o oppoe
to those who have mo t
to supply tham with all oft
MN ariNe amu comforts of life, and we
U .Govenor Fleming for his
Is to what sueh loose 1 lat.-
IB realt in if not protected
hn.- Jaemeville Metropois.
Se novel rpa of st too it.
$7 was ea of th t rain of HIfe at


.I


GILMORL S DAVIS C., Inc.

Hardware.


Bring your Job Work to t office.


C. E. SAULS,


P. 0. BOX 210.


J. M. SAULS.


SAULS BROS.,
TALLAHASSEE, PLA.,
General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines


guaranteed.


AGENTS' WANTED
TIp-Top Contracts for Live Men.
Renewal Commission Paid. ,

Address CECIL WILLCOX, Manager,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.
of New York.


Jacksonville,


Florida.


A Cup of White nesse or Me
fNim sad Java Core
is what goes straight to the 4iM
S verjm ai at brepkfut time, .a
/' one knows that only good groew a l
good coffee. We take special psie
our brands, as they have mad4
SI tore famow. Just as good as theo
l Sfee we sell are tea, which
holds good throughout our entire uW ,.
SWe sell nothing but the bit of
products- those we have tested
S r elves, and so can stand by them.
g vl~eM ~J. W. COLLINS, Grocer. ;


tr Lghts an

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
lev.d 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 eqnsumers 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.
0. BOX 472. .


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City Electric Light Plant.


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PognmI DWrotor
and

NMXTDQOM TO LIBRAY.
4~Iu~mi~. Thu 163.
TALL-flABSEE.FLA.

J* W, IPEMILLY.
Vot~uIeiv'oy PhIftctes

Dental Warkaa'Specialty.
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i Cmmha game 4o Dun.


l~_.mDe aa i- visiting his

Sto Dr. an Mrs. Ja e. Ram

owira next to telegraph aoes.
T. H. Lloyd.was in the e y4.
L and made the True Demcratv a
,. Tbomas H. Hall, Mr. Hywd
MIis May Hall, returned home
Sfree pleasant Panacea,where
d been spending several days.
J. W. Corbett retnmed home
ueday after a plea sat bins
hmure outing at Jametown Ex-
Or, New York and other busine


Ay kind of a Negligee Shirt oa the
,an be obtaned from Burns &




en. M. Lute, at Pareturne
S r, Kennth Perkins haa retarm to
where be has accepted a
with the Electric Light Com-
f H Jos. A. Edmondson made a
plemaet vimt to St. Teresa last week.
S Mr C. P. Cogswell and children'are
luitiing friends in Woodville.
Mr. n Durant and family have moved
l town and are comfortably domi-
1 id the McDougall cottage on
Boulevard street. Miss Fannie
Wflson a niece of Mrs. Durant, will
e her home there.
Mr. W. N. Sheets, wife of the effi-
Principal of the Leon County High
i, is pending the month of August
Georgia.
Miss Pauline Costa returned to Apa-
l sehieolo with her cousins the Misses
-'Austin, who came over last week to at-
Stend the Pearce-Costa Wedding.
Mrs. J! C. Calhoun and Miss Mary
4Calhoun left this week for a visiting
tour la Alabama and North Carolina.
Profeesor Calhoun will leave 'about the
same time for Virginia, where he will
later be joined by is wife and daugh-
ter.
Leon's fame as an ideal tobacco
, growing region has gone forth all over
*.4merica. A Mr. Reed of Montreal,
SCanada, is here to examine things with
a view to investment, if, after his in-
V estilgtion, he is satisfied that there is
money In Leon county tobacco.
Hon. W. B. Sheppard has made
another brief visit ao Tallahasee.
SHoe. W. C. Snodgrass, a prominent
, lawyer of Thomasville, Ga., was guest
of the Leon last sunday.
Before purchasing your horse, call
afd see my stock, a nice lot just having
in.w J. p. S. HOUSTOUN.
40-tf
M* .T. P. Strickland and his son,
Wille, jrere among their Tallahassee
ends Tuesday. Mr. Strickland's
family is spending the summer months
their lamonia home.
Ex-Governor William Sherman Jen-
nings was at the Capital again Tues-
dayf
Mr. George W. Saxon returned home
Saturday after a several days business
and pleasure visit North.
Don't forget those wedding presents
at P. T. Nicholson's of Hand Painted
- China, Silver and Cut Glass. 22.
Mr. G. E. Holmes, after a month's
business visit at Perry, where Holmes
Bros. have a drug business, has re-
turned to his post at the Halucom Drug
Company's store in this city, which also
belongs to the Holmes Bros
Mrs. Gertrude Chancey Cox has re-
Stuned home after a pleasant visit to
her brother, Allen, at Birmingham,
Ala.


Editor Claude L'Engle returned home
the first of the week after a pleasant
trip to the Jamestown Exposition, New
York and other points of interest.
Hon. W. C. Hodges has returned
home greatly improved in health, and
he is continuing to improve since his re-
turn home to the delight of his many
trendss and acquaintances. It now looks
good to see him get about without his
irtitches, having suffered terribly from


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Be sure to inspect P. T. Nichobona'
fine stock of every thing in the Jewle-
ry line before purchasing elsewhere. 22
Bishop Edwin S. Weed, of the Pro-
testant Episcopal Church passed through
Tallahassee last Friday on his way to
Apalachicola on one of his regular
parochial visits. On his way bak the
Bishop stopped over here for a ay or
two the guest of Mrs. A. L. Bond. He
made an interesting address in the St.
John's Church on Monday afternoon to
the ladies of the parish.
Did you see that immense squash at
Mickler's grocery store on Monday 7
It was grown,by Allen Scott, a colored
truck farmer west of this city and
weighed 65 8-4 pounds.
Mr. D. M. Lowry has returned from
a visit to Tennessee. His family stop-
ped over in Pensacola to visit Mrs.
Lowry's father and mother, Mr. and
MrW, W. A. Rawls. 0
Mrs. J. W. Coles. Miss Annie Flagg,
Mrs. Geo. B Perkins and daughter,
and Mrs. T. E. Perkins and little Fred-
ric are among the pleasure-seekers gone
to Teresa this week.
Everybody loves our baby, rosy, sweet
and warm,
With kis-y places on her neck and dim-
ples on her arms.
Once she was so thin and cross, used to
cry with pain-
Mother gave her Cascasweet, now she's
* well again. Sold by all druggists.
Hon. George G. Mathews and Comp-
troller Croom came down to Citra yes-
terday afternoon and were among the
speakers at the picnic and barbecue to-
day. They are the guests of Hon. E.
L. Wartmann.-Ocala Star. No com-
ment !
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McLin
on Saturday morning, a fine little
daughter. Mother and baby are doing
nicely.-Ocala Star.
We have on hand a large stock of fine
kiln-dried 4-inch flooring and ceiling;
also 8 and 10 inch finished boards. The
prices will please you. Get your order
in while it lasts. Child Bros Lumber
Yard. 9
Mrs. George W. Saxon and daughters
and Mrs. C. M. Ausley and little son.
will leave for Lanark to-morrow.


Ex-Justice Francis B. Carter, who is
now a partner of Hon. Wm. A Blount
of Pensacola, was in the city Wednes-
day on business with the 1. F. Trus-
tees.
Little Miss Francis Papy has retuqp-
ed from a long visit to Panacea where
she has been the guest of Mrs. David
Cay.


matism for months. Mrs. E. C Weeks and Miss Kate
large conservatory, vine-covered Weeks left on Tuesday for Spencer, in
Blower filled, will soon be i beauti- the northern part of New York State
naturee of Mr. and Mrs. Bethel's where they will spend the next three
some home. The conservatory will months. Mrs. Weeks has requested to
be used as a breakfast room. have The True Democrat continue its
a. W. M. Holloway has gone to weekly visit to her during her absence,
saville to hold the teacher's exami- as she wanted to keep up with all the
a for State, Primary and Speciai home happenings.
fates. Messes. E. D. Kyle, W. A. Witt, W.
P. French. of Americus, Ga., is J. Gooding, and 0. G. Cheatham, gen-
Wg her sister, Mrs. J W. Lester tlemen connected with the S. A. L R.
u. W. L Moor and children have R., were registered at the Leon Tuesa-
to spend several weeks at Pana- day.
Iprings. J. E. Theos wishes to remind his
* Anita Teene. of Jackanevlle is "ny friends and trons that he still
r? E. L SBuranea ntrocarresan ap-to-da n l in house far-
.u Ba dine is herself the guest g
r er. Judge J. B. Coer, but Mrs. Patrick Houstoun will leave for
lat Saturday in Tallahasse. Jaksooville to-morrow, where she will
seed by her sister--law, rs. be aed by her daughter. Mrs. George
SC er. P. aney of Tampa, who will aceom-
am investing in a new pny her o a se trip to Baltimore.
Mw for your summer swi. Mr. J. P. S. Houstoun has joined his
wire the New Home and Whte famUy at St. Tereea
d-m at J. E. Theas' F.iatlr. Mr. Remar Melntyre of ThomasvilPe,
Scorner of Adams sad Clinton wa the guest of Jude B. A. Meginats
2 and mothr this week.


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W. C. T. U. Msteda. l a hRn for Governor. Paeces Local Ites.
.he monthly meeting of the Woman's Friends of Hon Dannette II. Mays, The long looked for and wished for
Christian Temperance Union will be of Monticello, who were in the city yes- clear weather has come, and those who
held Monday afternoon at 4:30 at the terday and this morning, stated posi- have been leaving the Springs during
Presbyterian Church. All ladies are tively that Mr. Maya would be in the the past week on account of the rainy
cordially invited to attend. race for Governor, and that he was go- weather will no doubt re their hast.
..- ing to make the race of his life For three weeks the weather na
Miss Nell Davb expects to leave in a I Three years ago Dannette Mays car- been disagreeable, and that's jo fairy
day or two for Jacksonville where she red Escambia county in the race for tale, but still we have net %d the
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. C, Governor and he has many friends in amount of rain that has fAlen up the
Groover. Pensacola who will be glad to learn country, still it has been enough to be
&Mrs. Ferredl of Midway, who has that he will be a candidate again.- disagreeable and has run a good many
en a patient in the Silver Cross Hos- Pensacola News. awa, and kept a great many more from
pital, has returned home much improved com g.
in health. Order your Suit from Burns & Co., Among the arrivals the past week at
Mr. John David Ca Jr, will be the who guarantee fit and style. 23 the hotel have been M. D. Abrams,
ho.st ofa eaant hou pa Jr, will be th at ana-Senator Shep. Clark of Blountatown Cinta Ga., A. J. Clark, ort Valley.
e Srl th week. Gusts from'came to the Capital last Saturday and Ga.; P. L. Walker Bainbrldge. Ga. .X
here are issues Mary Gwyn,. Fannie spent several days in the city. D Mc.Leod Go .M. Gavlne, Ala
Lee Cole. and Ada Moore; and Messrs. Mr. Howell Sheats has signed a con- Be m i inon Hinson Ga. loeta, .
George Ames Robert Shabkleford and tract to play on the Jacksonville base pha H. m e
Pelham, Ga.; H. M. keMannus, Cairo,
Charlie emily. ball team next year. Ga.; Mrs. Julia Ellis Miss MariEllis,
LOST-A Gold Locket and Chain with Mr. William Bass has returned from and Mister N. N. Ellis, "Quicy. Fla.;
engraved initials L. 0. D. Return to, a delightful visit to Georgia and Phila- W. P. Phillips, Tallahassee, Fla.; Je
this office and get reward. 23-tf I delphia, where he attended the Elk's Townsend, Charlie Halstead Bain-
John W. Wideman, one of Tallahas- Convention bridge, Ga. J. C. Martin, Shellman,
see's most prominent attorneys, was Misses Kate Mickler and Florence Ga.; J W. Lester, Shellman, Ga. Mrs.
transacting business in Jacksonville Proctor have returned from a month's W. J. Wood, Attapulgus, Ga.; br. J.
yesterday and is a guest at the Wind- visit to Fernandina, where they have B Smith, Crockett, Ga.; Master John
sor.-Thnee-Union, 4th. relatives. King, Crockett, Ga.; Rev. IS. S.Patter-
Captain R. E. Rose. State Chemist, d tson, J. W. Duval J H Fenn,TIllahas-
Captain R a Chemist, A large and attractive display of see, Fla.; T. L. dai, Bainbridge, Ga.;
has returned from a trip to South Flor- Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags at Burn E C Roberts W. G. Campbe' So
ida, and was a guest at the Aragon for & Co's 2: choppy, Fla.; Cha. Vampnn,
awhile este.. -Tim.-.. Union. 4th choppy, Fla ; Chas. S Vann, G. W.
awhile yesterday. Time-Union, 4th County Solicitor Raney, of Tampa, Van, Georgia; W. A Carr, Calvary,
Mr. E.IB. Whitlesey, brother of our has given notice to the bucket shops Ga ; H. S. easer and wife: Atlanta,
popular townsman, visited Tallahassee that they must "skido." Florida is fort. Ga.; Thomas H. Hall, Miss Mary Hall,
this week and played with the Thomas- unate in having ch able, courageous Hay ward Hall, Bradfordville, Fla.; L.
ville base ball club. solicitors as Geo e Raney, in Tampa, 1). Rich, Colquit, Ga ; E. Rich, Bain-
DeWitt's Little Early Risers don't Will flyan; in Jacksonville, and Scott bridge, Ga.; A. G. McGough, Arran,
sicken or gripe. Small pills, easy to Loftin, in Pensacola. All three are Fla
take. Soldby all druggists. young men, but there are no better Mrs. Jules Solomon and her four
The withdrawal of Hon T. A. Jen- prosecuting officers in the State I'en- interesting children, Miss May Man-
nings, of Pensacola. from the race for Macola News. ning. Mr. Joe Duval Mr. Flnn, Mr.
Governor will be sincerely regretted by A recent letter received by his par- Frank Duval, W. Philips Crowell Daw-
many people in all parts of the 6tate. ents from Raymond lHill, who is in the kings, Tallahassee; Mrs. Julia Ellis and
A strong, manly, capable man is Mr. Post-graduate Hospital in New York, her two attractive grand children,
Jennings, sound gubernatorial timber is very encouraging. The little fellow Marie and Will, of Quincy.
all the way through, and if he had been says that he can use his legs better Everv one of the cottages are full,
elected he woukdhave measured up to than he ever could in his life, before."* most of them rented for the balance of
the full requirementsof t!.e office. His He is perfectly contented, and has fal- the season, except that of Ths H.I.
reasons for4rithdrawing are altogether len completely in love with his n he. Hall, at Rock landing.
creditable to him and much dmnlar to Miss Mary la. Scott has left Balti- More than thirty people haveengaged
those which animated Hlon. Frank Ad- more greatly improved in health and is rooms athotel this week, "provided it
ams.-LiVe Oak Democrat now visiting friends in Albumma She fairs off," and now that thi very in.
Keep the pores open and the skin will return home after two or three terestin event ha taken place things
clean when you have a cut, lurn bruise weeks longer visiting w lbelivey inm few days around the
or .cratch. DeWitt's Car. 'iized Witch hotel, for not more than one-third of
Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and for Sale. those who come ever write ahead risingg
heals quickly. Sold by all druggists Mr. C A. Cay's excellent horses. See N. A. Carr, of Calvary, Ga., was here
Mrs. H. B. Vickers, of Ab'eville, Ga, J. I'. S. lloustoun. g 24-tf., yesterday and this morning Iooking af-
is visiting her mother, Mrs. saul. r the construction of hi new cottage
Archie Fenn and his cousins from Will sell bran new onlFay-Sholed e north of the springs. His family will
Georgia, who visited at Lanark Inn and writer for is. only used few d. bhe down the latter part of this week,
other coast points, returnt.l to Talls- 'luring la e. Addre 1) an( will go in his old cottage until the
hasee Sunday. <. 1 Tallahassee ..0 new one iS flninhed.
Further proceedings i the case of Rutabaga Seed! Call at Yaeger- There have been a dozen or more
Gov. N. B. Broward, ver.-u4 the Fiori- H thel Co.'s for your Rutabaga Seew. buildingg lots soldhere during the past
da Publishing Company, have been 24-tf week. Most of them on the north side
postponed until next -ule day, by of the spring. Now is the time to buy
agreement of of counsel for the prose- NOTEING CONPARKS. lots. They will be advanced shortly at
cution A ddefe .. least twenty-fve per cent.
cui A s s eeno i .. .. to Father William's Indian Herb Tab- The usual seaside amusements are
isilng h O.ste of W. g. 1ets for all disuasesof the LIVER, KID- kept up in lively Ile by ths e ungs
viss Str..ster, en attndioore NEYS. STOMACH and BOWELS. people ably aid b those of more
SM..Ome Normal Sch atnh. ille It causes a vigorous action of the vanced years, and th hotel is taxed to
Susmme' Nrmail scho lat Mville. LIVER, digesting the food and causing cater to the sharpened appetites of
Tea., ai stepping on her way home a regular free movement of the BOW- is thet- appetite of
from that institution. ELS, cleanses the KIDNEYS puriies Mr.J.D. Cay Jr. and hissistorsare
Mr. W. G. Moore will be here to-mor- the BLOOD, makes you well, keeps expecting a crowd of young sl this
oon a visit to his family you well It only costsou 20 cents to week for a house party, andmuch fun
Messrs. John McDougall, A. Stephen. try it. Money cheerful y refunded if is anticipated.
soM aad Mr. Walter Blake, who hae not satisfied. For sale only by Talla- In fact, Panacea' was er more
b s nj a several weeks', outing hassee Dru Popular and never more deverng of
at St. Teres, rurd yesterday. They- ---- - popularity than it is this season.
report hai had a most delightful
timd teir looks show they have ...
bee the fat of CASTOR I A Mr. G. D. Edmondson, one of Talla-
TbeirT lles friends are pleased to hVssee's "boys," has been with his wife
have them home again, however. IF l a t at ChiMM L on a visit to his old home and manyrel-
M -- tives for several weeks pat. They
rm Same. TI KW Mare returning today via Clye line from
A desirable lot at LSt. Yee. Apply Jacksonville, to their home in Brooklyn,
to Mrs. A L. LSwAolp. *.21-4t D ears th N. Y.
.-. -w ....pat flt "The trust of a little child oft sh mes
Suberlbe for the True Dem, crt. 7 eves a liar to be tphfal."


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8" O10c, -
White'Lawn, actually worth 25c,* at -

Mens Two Piece Suits, worth $10.oo to $12.50, at
9" $12.50 to $15.oo, at

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TH1; TRUI DEMOCRAT. sHALL THIS TNum M S
JOU 0C. .. C LIM .VJIbf. (Continued from VMt apte.)
JOHN 0. COLLM. _Ple_.e part alluded to reads a fotows: *"With
PUItiSHED VRY PDJAY MORNINGo relish and trophies reatla to t mil
...... .... - -.-.a....- tary history of lor Florida Florida sol-
Attala te. diemr."f l tloo 736 of the General
lWore yur'. i y fr quoted as an Introdutory, pe all
Forr time oMet when tOE sweet trophies, colon, histories, etc., in the
r^d s f I Mse. ole charge of the Adjutant.Geeral.
1erah roe IwMoht wt re. The words quoted mean that the Con-
But th Odatis esw In the ras bow, federate flgs now in the etpitol are all
And the da ar rai to be taken to St. ACgutine, those re-
The verse I write, Mad Marid ery. turned by the United States and those
Halties and peer and lam., that some of the devoted lasdl of Tal.
Re"r 2no S omwrse to O.nS V,," rare- lahasee risked their liberty to pro-
Isme, but a"not noit.
Not o- oof mis., mawid M.rr,. serve and protect during the days of re-
Nor ver mortal words, construction, when to even have it cur-
of 4od'tft rothe stinrin hrird rently reported that one had a Coanied-
Srate flag was equivalent to a proven
In the Aftatime, i Mariw-ry. charge of treason and guaranteed ar-
You st your Wk shall rest by negro soldiers and incarceration
'Neath year finger. ., ,rrad th. r usp re.o
A. the re upon th te.. in the common jail and without bond.
And versef'llm ake., mad Mariery. Will the ladies of Tallahassee, the men
You. tmn w. rr f,.ail wer; of Tallahassee thq Confedrate Veterans
I son rstoNoe in IralwyeI and the people of the State permit,
Anne rQ.n, n.in Inre. ennus' MfaazM. without protect, the removal of tesee
.a.Ar .ral .rlr. St precious heirlooms to a winter report
aAgr lttra ,,e rmeISta-to be made one more attractionpto
ties. draw trade and to gratify a selfish am-
RAPK FOR 110o(. BY JOHN M. hCO(T. bition?
It is nearing the time for the farmer Had the Governor had thetime toex-
to think of planting some crops to fur- amine this bill he would have'never put
nish winter pasture for his hogs. One his name to It; on the contrary, he
of the best crops for this purpose is would have stamped it with his disap-
rape Rape is a plant of the mustard proval because he is a native Floridian,
family, very closely related to the cab- a man of the people, loving and honor-
bage. turnip, etc. Ito native home in ing the traditions of his State, and un-
Europe and it is highly prized there as der no circumstances will he ever do
a crop for all classes of farm animals. violence to these traditions and to the
Bulletin No 78 of this station reports a sentiments of thf people.
yield of 27,200 pounds per acre of the Section 735 makes the capitol the
Dwarf Essex variety (which is consld- place of deposit and It is the only prop-
ered the beat variety for Florida condi- or place for the deposit and keeping of
tionx) on rather light sandy soils well the Irophies, colors, relics, histories
manured and archives of the State. The United
TH soi. HStates recognizes this fact by keeping
Rape dct's well on eajly all kinds of all Its trophies, relins and archives in
soil; but, like many ohier crops, the Washington, not only keeping them
better the soil, the larger yield will be there but guarding the with jealous
secured An old vegetabl field would care. Every State lathe Union keeps
be an ideal pot, and would only require its archives at its capitol. Why then
the addition of a smill amount of fer- should Florida's Veterans and Florida's
tilizer say 200 or 300 pounds of a good citizens he required and expected to
vegetable fertilizer, containing about adopt a plan so totally at variance with
the following: Ammonia, or cen- theme of every other civilized (Hople ?
phosphori aid, 7 per cent.; and Tese flags are properly bestowed in
ash. f per cent On poorer soils the the cpi" ltol building. some in frames
amount of fertilizer should be Increasei like hatchments of old, others in a hand-
to double this amount. Work the for- somy', electric lighted cabinet on the
ile the well before plantinglanding of the grand stairway that
tilizer ints the leads to the legislative halls in fhai view
WIIhN TOs IANTr r of the public, and there they should
stay. the sacred trust of every admin-
Rape may be planted at any time istration and generation for all coming
during the months of Septenmber orOc- time
tober. With favorable conditions, it That all may perfectly understand the
ought to afford goodS pasture in six to full .scope of Chapter 571, we publish
eight weeks. it in full together with Section 7.3 of
11o(W TO PIANT, the General Statutes. A careful read.
Rape may be planted in drills or ing of these laws will about Persuade
broadcast If the ground is badly in- any intelligent reader that they are the
fected with eedsi of noxious weeds, it children of the same brain. There is a
will be better to plant in drills and give clause in the Revised Statues directing
some cultivation. Rape is rather slow the Adjutant-General to take charge of
grower t first; but after reaching the the Confederate flags, but Section 7.35
height of three or four inches, It grown ars no resemblance to that provision
very rapidly. If planted In drills, have As Section 735 is cited in the act we
the drill not than more two feet, or two give it first:
ands half feet apart. It is the writer's "Section 7:6, (General Statutes Ad-
opinion that more n atisfactory results ditional duties of Adjutant-General. In
will he obtained if it is planted ined if t i planted n drills, addition to the forgoing duties and all
for the following reasons: First, there other duties properly pertir.ning to the
Is Itso waste when pastured, as hogs office of the Adj utant-General and
will nrt ldally walk between the rows; (Chief of Staff, he shall keep all recerd.4
heince they do not trample so many of Florida Volunteers commissioned or
plants or heave, under foot. Second, 'nlisted for the war between the states.
lens s'eed will No required. Third, dril- Indian wurs, Spanish-American war,
ling will permit cultivation, insuring and all other wars or in.sirrections. lie
larger yields. The amount of seed re- hhall anist all permonts re'aiding in the
quired per cre h will vary from three to State of Florida having claims against
five pounds, depending upon whether it the United Staten for inmsions, bounty
i, il nt.d in drills or sown broadcast. or back pay, when tul claims have i
ihg nmay b allowed teo pasture on ithe rape, or it any of said warn or insurrections, and 1
may I., cut anl fed to to 1,11i With this shall furnish to claimants only. all nec- -
latter meth li ninlch leather yields will esHarycrtificatesand certified abstracts
Ihe sre.cred). if care wi taken in cutting from the records and documents in his
Itf cut so a 1 to navi' th, 6 tulbs ive or six office; provided,, that any pr all of the
inchn's higih,at s'ft.'e i .ani umir favor above services shall be rendered with-
able c ditorli,,rd a ivl croI ',ie ny Ie. out charge to the claimant. The Adju-
ieurid tait-G(eneral shall be provided with such
S~tia.l' l Iir4 I (elie, ioi 'Y accommodations as are furnished ad- a
rtministrative and other state officers,
Doe'I Be Blue c iid the painting of such formS, blanks
and Io<,. all interest wh,,n heIl is th. and *taeontry as may be necessary for
in reach. Herbin' will miake' i *t lver the proper conduct and administration
i,'rfiriii its duties ;Iroji.rlv. .1 I. of his office shall be provided for an is
Vauiihn. Elabs, Ala.. writes. "oihe.g pth'r general public printing, lie shall
a constant sufferer from vonstiatie,f h 'italslish and maintain apart of his
anil a dlordfered liver,. I have fouMnd hr- '',fl', bureau of records of the eer-
htin' to be the best medicine, for the..e %Ii,' of F'lorida troops during the said
tr-eublel on the market I have useI it wars and hall boe the custodian of all
coiitantlv. I believe it to be the bst rcord. re'lics, trophies, eolorsa and his.-
nnldicue' of its kind. and I wish all suf- tori.s relating to such wars, now in po-
fe'rer from theme trouhles to know the se'sioe of or whictbmay be acquired by
g(.,e| Ilerbine has done IIM.. Sold by the State' oef Florida; and such records,
T1lcre le-Smith Dlrug ('eT. relics, trophies,. color and historien
.-.-...- . shall be cataloguel and arranged or filed
McWIlliatm lesigmi roIltIe,. for general reference and protection


rincr'e w mntak:. h.been laie va f t he ind tI ,l Ihed inf thi Ad i.Hue of The Tru t

will temioirarely liceharge the duties .m..'rat. ,, .


of that Ix-'tion. Cures Old Sores.
Mr McWillianim hax made no an-
nounc,,mnnt of thi intentions but t i Westmoreland, Kanas. Hallani,
anders(xod that he resigned to accept a Snow Liniment 6). Your Snow Lini-
better m.sition elsewhere. Since com- ment cuftd an old sore on the side of
ing to tainbridge Mr. McWilliams hai my chin that was supposed to be a can-
made many friends who regret to note cer. The sore was stubborn and would
his departure from our midst. Our not yield to treatment, until I tried
oAdh wiht go with him. Hainbridge Snow liniment, which did the work in
l wishes go with ii. ainbridge short order. My sister Mrs Sophtia J
rcg .--- (aron. Allensville, Mif county. Pa.,
S ehas a nore and mistrusts that it is scan-
So cer. Please send her a W0. bottle.
For the good of those suffering with Sold by Iarde-Smith Co. a
ecsema or other such trouble. I wish to .__ _- ..
say, my wife had something of that We publish In this issue a poem cop- a
kind. and after using the doctors' rem- ied from "Uncle Remus,' which was N
dies for some time concluded to try written by Miss Anne MeQueen, whose
Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to stories the reader of *"The Sun" boave
be better than anything she had tried, been enjoying of late. Miss McQueen
Vor sale by the Tallahassee Drug Co. has also appaed in various other ub-
llatlons, sa Ismaki a nam* for r.
Dr. George Betton of Jacksonvmlle self among writers o r i Af.
aa been he .vit to his mother, -. ,,.... -
M s.. tt_ lttnn Sn h..L.oL .I m I% T ^ ,,u-- a


wurmm w a -n am=u wm


s' ware ef er w !.
Thb Manatee Record advises Gilkuli
Vtl the really wants o be iGover
w iboold stop writing. "lonm-wt
ar lea'" and get into the rae. Then
the Pensacola Journal, sad the
is reproduced under the head,
"WjBBe Writing a Book Next." Won-
1 i Just what the Journal meant, for
the Journal knows that the peo-
ple o Florida are a reding people, as
proen in a v,.rtain election not many
est ago, when an able treatise on
alring and tilihbuster g broke to
Sa beautiful slate and elected a
t captain Governor of the State.
a: Beware of the writer of books'
"tPe pen i mightier than the sword."
--Orlando i"r morat.
A Valuable Le0ae9.
"Six year. ago I learned a valuable
lesson," write' John Pleasant, of Mag.
o1Ha, Ind. "I then began taking Dr.
4lag's New I.ife' Pills, and the longer I
take them the' better I find them."
TheI please everody. Guaranteed at
all druggiet. .
Workm'rn have hegun the clearing
out of the thl'k growth of trees around
the new exe'-utive mansion, prepara-
tory to the- laying off of the grounds
an the extersion of Adams street, on
which the man-ior fronts.
John Riha, a prominent dealer of Vi-
ning, Ia., says: 'I have been selling
DeWitt's Kildney and Bladder Pills for
about a year, and they give better sat-
isfaction than any pill I ever sold.
There are a dozen people here who have
used them, and they give perfect satis-
seaction in every case. I have used them
myself with tine results." Sold by all
druggists.
Hon. John II Patterson was in the
city again T'ue.sday and made this office
a pleasant visit

Economy Fence I
If you int'nd to do Fenc-
ing, t will ay you to see
nme hfr f,,rurchasing.
I am (;in,.ral Agent for
the '.-l ,f the Economy
Fenc', andI know it to be
the verv

BIOST and

CHEAlPESI,


Can be built for.l'es. than
15 c,.nti a Rod.
William Roberts,
SALES AGENT,
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,

WHEEL WHRIGI and BLACKSMITH.

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


A portion of the public
patronage in solicited
and satisfactiOn guaran.
teed.


J. H HORTON
k04 M NIC 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-


l' ns. . . .

Plumbing a Specialty.


Kennedy's

Laxative

Cough Syrup
CONTAIN DO T A RD TAX
Relleves C by worlin them out of
be sysm Itmmagh a espious and healthy
Relieves Ceugh= by eleanMing Me
Mnious mmbrane of that, sheet
ad bronchl tube.
"As phfmtf^ t ft seNO

Chil4re Like It
-w I NEL IM i
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SPECIAL SUMMER SALES.


n order to make room for my Fall
Stock I am. offering my entire stock
at reduced prices. . . .


Reslvering 'Mirrors

A Specialty.


I have a man with me who has here-
tofore been employed at the works of
the largest glass manufacturing and
finishing concerns in this country,
* he can make your old scratched or
spotted mirror as good asnew by the
same process used at the factory.
Prices right and satisfaction guaran-
teed. Give him a trial and be con-
vinced. .


TALLAHASSEE[[ FURNITURE STORE


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER CLINTON 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, LeoHol,
G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.


A Public Benefactor.
What the Thomasvllle ehlropodist
Is able to correct:


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Soft ( orns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused, Feted
Odors and Perspiring 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 Chiropodist, ofThomasville, Ga.- -Macon Telegraph.
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffice, Macon, Ga.

BEAUTY DOeTOR.
Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Dress-
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel 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-sight 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 -hlropodist Masseur,
ISAMARIA""
Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St. THOM


ASVILLE, GA.


Old Kemper Livery Stables.

C. H. SCHOEMAKER, Propr.

Under New Management.
EVERYTHING ON WHEELS. 68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.
GOOD PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE.
OPEN ALL HOURS., TELEPHONE NO. 88


SAVED! !
50 per c"t. of yoiw Shoe BID by having
A. R. S. TWINE
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First ClasaeWork. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
C Dln5and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Yo old
Solittle mesy T irat-asa Tailr Repairs and Makes Cla
to At. Ol Painma Hats Cleaned and Made New. Nofake.
No. 342 Cctm St, T3t No. 375,


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SrWe tme tt It Wdo inat
t never take o their
Yeno;he wyourbold wille eo
to 14 r or w L area


-_now whatI am iii" wa
s.to d noto mmd or tht mo sIt

y Into the lmelf ghtopta say:
We have been wanting
Sto ienhimW thso we could show him
bW reww d him and givwe himn
Stmadeference and hodnor ie d rno-
e s." No;i theworld wl lot you stay
S t your obe ure rner, and wfll give its
o i r and .wardst tothe manro with
S al ability and twice your self re-
Sr .IP odtIknow what I am, I know


.to nrea myfield of effortt and
iitodo better work. I will not be puffed
iliup with false pride, but I will not be
obscured by mock modesty. I am not
the best man in the world, nor yet the
miot able man or the most skilled
owrkman; but I am what I am and no
oeshall dare to take from me the
alest portion of my self respect or
IT dl to gvdome toullestmUeasure of
th ecototion that s mine. -Cincin-
nail Post.
Beaber' Shop Moved.
W. H. Freeland and John Ford have
moved their brbero shop to the old stand
efo yeo used byrSquire Cobb an d John
orod, in the bullil" near The Bun of-
6. e co'ner. They I~ve fitted up one of
t ien test and o cleanest tonsor pAr-
ors t hat Tallahassee has ever before
had, and invite their old ctmrs and
S tros wto visit them at their now

f, I desire to lease my 500-acre plant&-
tiotu located about four miles southeast
o i'Iallahassee for a term of ears.
Contains splendid lands, suitable for all
general crops, and ts well watered; ten-
ant houses, barns, etc., and has excel-
lent land for tobacco growing. Address

bMrs. R. F. Spiller is visiting her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Spiller, at Tallahasqe th-e.
Mrs. k Eugene Perkins and her hand-
some little son, Master Fredrick Myers
Perkins, have returned home to Taila-
hasses after a pleasant visit to Mrs.
Lou.isa Pak in Riverside, route from
the beach. Mrs. 'Perkins always enjoys
her visit here for u Miss Marie Mer
she was one oi the most popular vimit-
ors'Jacksonville society ever feted.-
Times-. Union, August 6th.

Pratt, editor of the Leeeburg Commer-
sial, is the bright and efficient little
office boy of the True Demoerae.
.Loyac's randfthers were both beloved
hadse, and his mother, Mise Miriam
S Crly, native born Tatllamhasse girl.
_The atr seems to have nlaherited
his ft love for nomlper-making,
and has already eun t rn the bsl-
onel for himself. He rle with his
aunt, Mrs. A. E. Colwesl.
S"Habit" is hard toovercotme. If you
takeoff the first letter it does not
S chane "abit." If ou take off anoth-.
er you still have a bit" left. If you
still take off another the whole of "It"
. remains. If you take of another, it is
' not "t" total uMsedk up. All of when
shows that, ifyou wish to be ridof a
"habit," you mlst throw it off altoge-
ther.-Womns Nationlst Daly.
Don't imagine yournlf growing old
nd uly jt_ becl your mirror is
ussihered atr Eo the Fbutr% g er
Store sad ee what an epvcment it
wi make in your appemarance. 20


For rent or sale, four-room cottage.
S R. A. Shine.

Sjor points ahe ad you suffer
f. Rheumatism. Buy a bottle of
anid'l s Snow Liniment and get in-
hstem sL o. A se M forhee.

=now a, a Io
I that be ede Haabd's
tI bat &Dal an Mal-


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with


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AStTeree Ief
waist Into m ,- taiee-h* -ai of
Did you~ver I ma Mt qua*tot

?dd m Y olut a"maaman
the M h de the b--ad bbhad
aMnd mil t dowbetween hbs ees. or
tdraw h*sede I "o waist the

dsemade aso KIMaWa with his
aesoft tto ha to i~urw his
bUs his yorry sol you mvedi d. H
ma be as mein as old scmt tu aOd _my
be reipouible for lota 0 9a that nalq
ishe irto but her Is not the only M
that wa up an down this earth. -
he Elb CClipper.
At SL T b d I .


at the a
Rt V4


inkscumrI
tins:


pthe Go-
ate bN No. o the ez.
cuti vea d ket.
Ther Bbe lst.
.l before thi ".the sign.
Sof the bIUMpft5lbe flan to
f1up the uoj wjI~0room
sad whe the ito himat
10: o' o .k were
W 0p-M many

The =Go r diM g the bill at
ones be wai to read it over
caeulyaad i 1t *W into his pri.
vate o.fo aId ticedmwired.
At 100: o IlS1i, o d of the pri.
vate offww. j .M..W the crowd
rushed In, dt iwK rtintothe
small room. L- bed.f mJ-nMd in the
reetion room, ovp shoul-
At 10:40 o'clock, 0.V. Smith took up
the gold pM = -iv S l te purpose
and affixed s St L4W S "Wake Smith,
Govenor."


Unfurnished rooms in St. Tereea Ho- He did not loo ike a Sma whoe re-
tel for rent at $1.00 per week camp- ported to have =e 0,000 in
ing parties. Wa trin putting his name
TOlabasee at flclntyre every day ex- It turned the pi nSover to Mr.
cept Sunday. Apply to H. McCordI itod near hi
SR.F. BRADFORD, when he signed 1 dL.M. MeCord will
22-t( St. Teresa, Fla. present it to Emory &M e
..


Get The Habito.

Leave your soiled clothes at home bundled up
on Monday'*
We'll do the rest. Then you will have no
miss-mated socks, no hunting the wash woman
Sunday mormings for a clean shirt, no wrry
about mussmarized shirt&starched and ruined,
no ticket toloose and fuss over getting your
Laundtry on Saturday night, no bundle of
soiled clothe, to lug up street.
See or Telephone the Manager about our
Monthly rates to young men.
Get out of the "old rut" and get in the right
way by having all your work die at
TALLAHASSL STLAMLAUNDRY


C. O. ANDREWS, President.


C. GASQUE, Manager.


BEHOLD!
The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
Single Wagons, Steel or Skein Axles
..$30.00
Light Two Horse, either axle, $38 00 to
.. 40.00
Reg.-Two Hore .0- 0
Timber Wagons, --- 48.00o to 50.00
00BUOIES, Out of Sight:
Both PONY and REGULAR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached and no Complaints.
Customers from Amsterdam, Ga., to
Florida coast and numbered by hun-
dreds. And they are still coming as
before one Is out of Kight another is
FINALLY-If we fail to please we
Recommend other Dealers in the city.
Respectfnlly,
TULLY & YAEGER CO.
Tallahassee. lat.



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J. SCHOFIELD SOft o., MACON. GA.

The Housekeepers' Delight
is t la a twm toast meat, bmi be or otherwise ook my
T oraadw oItpi ot until wonasat forstaq
I-_ -qU tfed doh
amo Ask all the uu a like ofs a
n wthiscr of our reopr aetimve wbho q an no r hoate en
postal or 'pae quest GT TH "VULANGARAN,
A Boon lI Hot Weather
is a 1ras stove or range ptuor= Ironing dais. 0.. ftheswijled
serves just that quantity of he for bet w
overheating the kit SdMt pethno for w*0a
ironer. ForI sell watch of the reliable art-Ol r pt-c s tie
and the stovs hM at pries 4uthat give but emlepm ri
en complem-nt, aeeSoo4f1eo about gas advantaged.
The Gas CompAny, Phone 72.



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


amp _ _


-See-
YAEGER-BETHEL HARDWARE CO:
44 -. 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 trove 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, batting 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 yiven 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 application. 6

J. T. BERNARD & SON,
..- tat Dealers.


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P. T. Nicholson, .
.ag~gLCg,







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Cox


Furniture Company.


A SOLID CARLOAD


--of--


IRON BEDS


OSTERMOOR


MATTRESSES


All Kinds of Bedding

and Bed Clothing.


just In


They were bought-at the
lowest possible price and


they will be sold cheap.


at the advertised

bargain prices of


Osterinoor &


Co.


Picture Framing


a Specialty.


7-' -__


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 )


(opa.7hmenA le O .... .... fo~~.qE,. /.D .1.0..
fro h15 rhoiviicof / nq $7-5.00) .YitiygVahv-q .srrk, plvwidurdiv
the numoheo av~v~nt)rneime e.,-eon w,'ittem in ink, ro.,.espon/l
ivilh lipst xuA .4. pv/ten an Adte prize is to Ar dow, / c.
2411/907.


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NOW A WORD ABOUT BUGGY
BUYING.
The sensible buyer 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


if.qned .......


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


most up-to-date line of pleasure and
may be prejudiced. Suppose you ask
f have pleased some mighty particu-


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


CAY,


Cor. Clinton and Adams St.


Tallahasue, Fla.


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