The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
System ID: UF00075917:00129
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BhI.Ap eN a ar n 9: Wa then

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muI*hoo a hfea the w h eofs ol tocy todoMubi.. it fot we I tth e ne I~ e im

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cae @1 gtdl fe ir thisa o i bl beou ld boot daite nter t ohat d c ircu lat e a r Hast ox) .oAsnd. &. Ci
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to gerdFeatlr yos6e" tiveroo1iat o at *takwhich e" That 7 IL.Srd mdwasu.^
Is of 4wo sminmeful of. -edd her0D acouirst e itowra equ al m n well.
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SW a Ma East Coast Rail- cment with im, ait M a awrnous roro sad Low uaner anoem.
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tof r, tn l 1|before thee lia thepe of tese railroad% who &
s^*I~lo~acele WtoZ V-14 "m or btmaa their a workinM, inhUeock u Wow1
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5b Iemw .Ca Ad sM4 hwe as folwt,
The True Democrat has givelts e.
U er Te I .M les. san pointed ad clearlyas to why
Mwglabl se.S Ame.Lss.. Mr. MeLin shoulM b re-eleted, and an
effort to.- tthe impre ion that *' ~re of the t
Th Tresm epersM News ur th psonal or sellsh reason no opinimal t0 "
e L. cser. on our part is entirely unalled for, an. ,,
just a. very unreasonable, sce m stheti nkt iw
TP9u>P5MTa Aug@t 16,INT7. proprietor of this newspaper has never m tlegisaturie" t
-- st any time received a favor of any na- wlnldo of ti bmattw ps-
4 ture from the Commissioner of Agri- ,0 _O .I"fr11
culture, 'having never eeived even a "t a hih accord with b
2hiIasmall legal notice for publication that the Jeningand Broward admisemi.
S.mn. N comes from any State department, ex- tionsa.
cept three very small ones last year "As a member ofthe
Attorney-General Wm. H. Ellis is from Secretary of State, Hon. H. Clay to MtOy /miutem of aom e
again being discussed as a gubernator- Crawford, of official canvasses in spec- the VAt boards, and if so what
tendSidte, and the mention of his iali elections, in cases of vacancies to you o my to their
name is always in a complimentary vein. last Legislature and they, it is pre- d diab"no bo We g thep
-Starke Telegraph sumed, came to us because the dates tees.
To-. a c .... i for our paper suited beat at those times. "The State, however, quite
Tobaeco pears the king in"
FTobr co appear. to be the king in This newspaper does not compromise recognizes the trustees as a board
Florid. It will not be surprising ifitself with any man or men for the dol. itt." no boardthat wois
the proceeds from this year's crop i theremight be In it, and since we a misnomer."ha ot word
surpass the proceeds to be derived hamnomer.
ot urp the proceeds th be derived have never held a printing contract "What ti your county?"
fro thk cotton"ile cn of with any of the present State officials, "Hernando county. Brooksvllle is
thinkofIt a while -ernandinaand may never* do so, our support, my legal home."
Record. ; , --- -.- whatever it may be worth, goes to the Compare these curt, inapt, UnPOm-
Now that the appropriation for the man whom we give it in good faith and Bive and meaningless answers with the
State Fair at Tampa has been made, for the purest, best and most lofty mo. alert, intelligent, well-onsidered and
lot every locality quit kicking and set tives open minded responsesmadelinprltoM
out to have all the counties represaent- The Board of State Institutions saw interviews to similar questions pro-
ed there, and let us all get something ft to freeze us completely out of the pounded to the other members of the
out of it. Leon should at once begin State printing contracts it August, two board, Messrs Ellis, McLin and Knott.
preparations to make a showing second years ago. That awarding meeting of Mr. Croom's instance that a board
to none, for we can do it easily. the board was written up and criticized of trustees is not a board, while quite
"Don't do it," Governor Broward, if as severely, but politely as we knew as immaterial as it is erroneous, indi-
you are thinking of calling an extra how to do it, we accepted the situation, cates with unerring accuracy his pre.
session of the Legislature for any pur- and have gone about our duty as a cise mental calibre, especially when re-
pose whatever. live Oak Democrat. newspaper man located at the State, garded as a supposititious reply to a
A street rumer here yesterday gives it Capital, criticizing public affairs in the courteous request for his vi6ws con-
out that he inteeds to "Do IT !" andas interest of Floridians as we have con- corning the past and present policy of
sure atyou exist he will live to RaoI.C scientiously thought right, regardless the board in the matter of "selling and
IT. of what such action might cost us in disbursing this public fund." The board
The tempance people of Florida dollars and cents. Some of that Board itself, in its minutes and official pro-
tmpelrance people of Florida veB at e t u rk i h t .t, n iitrite to us theridhtto

S will be pleased to welcome L'Engle's have attributed to us the right to think
Sun into the ranks of newlcome Lpenrs and act for ourselves, and have treated

which will fight to drive the whisky us fairly and politely through it ll, and
traffic from Florida, and he has come have been friendly. while some have
out on the prohibition side in a frank, lost no opportunity to hit us a lick on
manly editorial, which The True Demo- the head, and continue to "get even"
Seat'takes great pleasure in reproduce. with us. As we do not expect any-
I htb. Now, no whisky house can secure thing from any of them, we surely
, dvertising space in a Tallahlee news- should be exempt from the accusations
I' paper .or intimation that any kind of "govern-
n. Jefferson of Key ment seed" or other consideration in-
duces us to work to the end that good
Wst, has made public announcement men be elected to all of the State offices,
[ of his candidacy for the governrrshlp. and we mst assuredly would like to
Mr. Browne is a man of great ability see all the worthy ones retain their po-
and the ship of state would be safe with sitions, all things being even. We do not
him at the helm. His race a few years believe that any offielal who would ac
ago for a place on the railroad commis- cuse us of "selling editorial space by
sion demonstrated his popularity with the inch, with sentiment, thrown in,"
the people of the state, and he may be or being owned, controlled or dictated
. considered from the first a very formid. to as to our policy, are fit men to hold
able candidate for the governorship, high official position, and those who
tarke Telegraph. have so sised us up and so treated us
Miss Jefferson Hell, who holds at most assuredly will not have our humble
least two positions in Comptroller support. The editor of this newspaper
Croom's department, and who corre- does not roll in wealth, but he does de-
sponds for several newspapers and is sire that every dollar that comes to
the leading woman politician in the him shall be a clean one, and we believe
Btate, sent the following out in her every one that cqmes to us has that
last week's letters: "lion. A C. stamp upon it. We go after no politi-
Croom's friends have repeatedly urged tal graft, we thank you, sir. William
2 him to become a candidate for Gov- iloxham Crawford.
ernor, recognizing his strength of mind .OI CONG .SS
ad character, but so far 14r. (room Friends o Hon. J. F. C. Griggs are
has declined to oen tain the proposmi urging him to enter the Congressional
tion." ..- . race, and a notice appears in another
During npt years there ha been column of this paper requestin that
uring past years there ha been his friends and well wihwer assemble
much said about the development of at the armory Wedneada evening of
South Florida. But now the attention next week to talk over the -ituatlon.
of the people is being, attracted Mr. rig has many nds the
M third Con ressional dis riot who would
to Middle and West Florida. At p third Comnressionl diatrit whow e
beglead i o would make announce-
sent there ismore money being Invted meant of his candidacy. They think he
in three of the counties of Middle Flor.ould Mbe a winner. Apalach cola
Ida than there is in all of South Flor. "-
Ida combined, excepting Hillsborough The above is almost an assuran
county. The growing of tobao. Is a that Hon. J. F. C. Griggs, will enter
great industry in idle Florida, but the ra for omgres in this, the Third
there are other great induaties there Congretlonal district, and means that
--Fernandina Record. there will probably e four candidateo,
S-Rm---, Has. W. B. Lamer, J. Walker Keho,
Mr. .MsiJK tor son D. Stephen and the last to
SM.n. formerly with t&M sawme, Beo. J. F. C. Oriw sMnd it
M, .LWai t o t to Manaite M gSame, who will b the sMet; soeeme
m' 9rnl% i s id: "If t is cla Url deh will ma the best
= tht ruwhaoeo ColotMr.tgel
sa ar m I. Iawe ayWi wll wis out4 esily, and yet, it may be,
S" WIt .lobe o theatrwith s moam oppoweats Mr. La.
EE fterim M^lai marmaygo la afal by the s"of
Mr. Fits. has secured a plm fm i at iN m* e tes
the "Shakag of the Old Plam Tree. In thet'orfd Cosismm al M strlAst, amd
habet It will be e that he the don't Oeeu et it
Oeu,' ispeto et p risos and The best rMa 'i Ull is a
aI. Well we w just leave he woma.-Om.llaMner. e mereded.-
shsM be a thei Ste's pay sell as we t, pease. The1e are three or le
wE ld at pwlMg sa other pratieal PMMtre lapottes in als State.
puateraeW Wa job. and teadco AM ym a l to MUm yow a verite
gratelatiose -'thips Trbae.

cee nUgs, au soIL Tsiee jeoaIUr, UUa
"the Board of Trustees," and such is
its legal and official designation, and has
always been.
And then observe the extraordinary
latitude of the answer to the question
asking if the pending investigation
meets with his approval. "I'l am in
thorough accord with both the Jennings
and Broward administrations." The
statement was altogether unnecessary
and irrelevant, but Mr. Croom doubt-
less did not se any other place for it
in his Interview, and it would have been
a hardship upon him to have omitted
But quite the cutest feature of the
occasion was the alacrity with which
the Comptroller, speaking as a member
of the board, disclaimed the possession
of any ideas or opinion concerning
the wisdom and pope of the pending
investigation and repeatedly fixed upon
the legislature the sole responsibility.
It was a stroke of genius worthy of the
intellect of the average mule driver,
and more than any thing else in the re-
markable interview, perhaps, will serve
to convince the people of Florida of the
expediency--neessity, indeed- -of choos-
ing some one *ee to fill the office of
Comptroller in the primaries next year.
...,--,-.-' -
The Fort Myers Tropical Breeze says
It is sure Hon. B. M. Hendry would
make a good and winning race for Gov-
ernor of this his native State, and that
he would be strong In all sections. The
Breeze wishes him to come out at once,
and says: Since the withdrawal of Hon.
T. A. Jennings for Governor there are
only three mea left in the race-A. W.
Gilchrist, of, Panta Gorda, Jeff it.
Browne, of Key West and R. Hudson
Burr, of Tafaheee. All of these
gentlemen are god men, but we are of
the opinion that neither one of them
could develop stogth enough to re.
main in the ames ntil the second pri-
mary should a agres man enter the
race. Mr: Jeamla would have had a
"walk over" tl a race against these
three gmtleUa but since his with-
drawal, the grpmaneral campaign Is
left in a AhNkell mn and should
*soe good at al -m eter the
arena rg Wt -w chances for eLe.-
tion wouldM be Ru t s asmed abt."

"The maun W Sq dtink hewon't
h Use ubfbh te t hi weho
wean h 'st he Mt."
"No tmM h half its whea

w h oe&-o -L..
SThIM Idse wt a bhere,
but he cm am a awfl
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d fact that aa.
wnas of thecoumtyits
ad to the gultlwAUton of Ole Vur
tobco; consequently them hWAbobh e
* deanad for our land mswsMelstud,
petspe. Tobacoh bad m be
bought in this county for very uMs-
bb prile and many arena aoW lM
fr tbeco plants, to egage n th
p taleb business. .
The two large packing houses that
huvw been completed, will surly be fol-
lowed by others, and Tallahassee. like
Quincy in Gedoden county, will be mar-
kthe for this excellent
grade of Sumatra cigar wrapper leaf
tobacco. It has al passed the experi-
ment stage, and our people owe a deep
debt of gratitude to each one of those
who entered into the business first to
4dmonstrate and prove beyond a shad-
ow of a doubt, the timely and profita-
bleness of going into this new business,
which will bring thousands of dollars
into good old Leon and thereby benefit
every business interest in the county.
Leon is one of the very beat counties
in the state, too, for stock raising,
dairying, and for growing the general
crops, duch as cotton, corn, sugar cane,
beans, peas, all kind of fruits and vege-
tablms, and for making ad saving hay.
The tobacco business will bring in
thrifty farmers, who will engage in
these business enterprises and thus put
upon the market profitable feed stuffs,
that will be needed by those who de-
vote their full time to tobacco grow-
Truly a bright season of prosperity is
coming to Leon county, so let every
citisn put his shoulder to the wheel of
progress and get busy.
Some days ago a private car appeared
at the G., F. & A. depot, tlled with
maLrates of the road, whose presence
here aroused a good deal of curiosity.
Now, common rumor, well founded for
once, declares that thee high officials
were exploring for a desirable site up-
on which to build their general offices
and shops to replace those recently
burned inBabridge. From our point
of view, Tallahassee Is the place where
these buildings should be located. Years
ago, w th e first shop were built,
some of our citizens interested-them-
selves in obtaining advantages for the
road that would induce the G., F. & A.
people to make Tallahassee their head-
quarters. Nine hundred dollars were
raised toward the construction of the
buildings and 9,000 and right of way
to the river given to the road. Conse-
quently, Tallahassee feels that she has
foundation to a first claim to consider-
ation in this matter of selection regard-
ing the future headquarters of the G.,
F. & A. l d0 Frmp.n

What is this coming from tMe Tamps
Criminal *Court, wherein the Judge
ruled that no mueh plea as nolle eonten-
dere as known to the practice 4n that
court It wa a rs-ocnlu-in to court
in Jackomvtll a ofged ltw. It is ndw
up to the attqre te eyr whwtheror
not the court Jmiaiovll or Tampa
Now, who in right, and who is "vin-
dicatedo" if there is no "lle aoteo-
dere The machinery in all the courts
should run and wa k alls, as doe the
mechanism oi a wll oUed ad a regulated
clock. Thee should h no differo
in then sasN greatand importaata
point Riasm-ber, too, we are "a. law-
yer, the -e a lawyer, or are we kin
ton a awyer.'
Late advises iisateaa emdo -a

dpreedl d Tea the am la sidve tim lort

est- -ais lmwad e i ever iasi-a

Uae-th eM glo & cith* twa -l*

rfkdae owee eusSpoe a.

hVm far t f U e .at he

napw at and wat mt, lind
newpapran W1o ate14"t g*
him fair credit for what he
and is always doing for we
Would that o t sir8
Henry M. laglersand
ilmn-Oite Middle Florida
by the way, is the vnyma m
&. We assure a critics, toe,s
have never received perdua
from Mr. Flagler or one of hbi
We simply desire to se him falti
ed by Florldians.
In this'Issue of The True
will be found the list of change
and personal values, made
by law. Your Board of Cooualty S
missoners have performed their
dutysofar anwithin themselves
possible. They desire to be fair
just to every clti asen d give n
a mestin to hbearemplaints.
iave made any mlitakandt is$siHi
to them at the meeting, it will b
reacted. Now lf any one fando
ance against their actio the
tim to have It corrected wi hbeat.M,
meeting. If you do not go beea o Bl
with eompnlpft then, in the
when you are called upon to paly W i
taxes do not grumble. The
sioners have done their duty as
aw it and have tried to be fair
Fourteen pages of interesting reading
matter again this week. Read it all.
"There is that maketh himself rid6,
yet hath nothing; there is that maketh
himself poor, yet havl great riches."-
Proverbs, 13-7-Tallahassee True Deow-..
ocrat. You didn't happen to get Its
name, did yod, brother?-Tampa Tti-
bune.- "Ask r. Foster."
The Ocala Bannmer arouses i
riosity by saying that "the bt -
tician in Floi'da is a woman., ld ae
her.-Live Oak Democrat.
Easy I ye Miss Jefferson Bell,
the Comptroller's ofoe, in Tallahesse
In she who deals largely in political t
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f Dewi-r of DM^s~ws-s maf *he

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Thehi boat Iamout of Indebteines or liability
atay t shallbenot more than 580,000 (fifty
thuemnd dollars.)

The namnwead reside of subserbtas ineorao-
, nan..tar with capital stock suberilbed by
= am=L fUowa:
S Name Residence Amount artodi,
CL,. VaYstr. Talleasme Fla., In 26 maa.1 6*0
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H. Aveutt ...

Mrs. L. Beard .... o e. t. 1
Mi L..ethe south 10 acres 3 i.
Miss Janie Clark ....* i S
aae N. range 1 3. Ratsa IS
William T. Harrion. .1 ars nfa lad! In tot A In the Ne1 of eO.&
S11, tp. 1 Irans-e 1 B. Raised from......
I. D. Moon .......... re lot No. n sec. a1. tp. t N.
r Ia Raised from ................
Prank J. Black......1 acres of land In the Nw of se. 31,
M. 1 N, range 1 B. Ra.sed from.......
Mli Jeile C. Me-iJn-
nls ................. acres of land In the 8w% of Nwh r.
Nw% of sec. 81, tp. 1 N, rang I e
Ralead froam ..........................
George Lewis ........ acre o lnd In the Nw oA of 11. 1
to.1 N range 1 3 ,described as folMWs
SBe1 nninn at Sw corner of Vt m!
Nw'% and run N 210 fet. then 3A1n.
thence S i10 ft. thence W 106 ft. to
point of beginning. Raised from...
Mrs. Bascom Temple, .16 acres of land In the NW OfSec. I.,
tp, 1 N, range I3M. RA fom.....
John H. Humphrles..1 aoe of land In NW6 of s . 1tp. 1 N.
range 1 B. Raised from...............
Hippolyte Pichard ...% acre of lad In the Nw f "o. I,
tp. I1Noa ge 1 3. Raiefd from......
Reuben 8. Williams...1 4-10 a of land in the NW6 of ste.
George H. Holmes....4 4Y -0acresI Inthe Nw% ot see. 8,. tp.
I N I E i E. IRaisedfr onm........ .
Constantine Algero .. o ots an 10 and all of lots 15 and
.A; 18 In Iw% of see. 1 Btp. 1 ILI, -1
I !-"., of St. Auatlne Branch .lotI H. 9.
"* - Duval's survey of lands mundeao, per
plat recorded In deed book B p
U1, 193-1000 acres. Ralaed fr....
Geo. Lewis ..........Lots oa. 1, 2, 8. 4, 4 ,. 7 and In tha1
gw of see. 81. tp. 1 N. range I B,
10 *6-1000 acres. Raised from...... l.
D. C. Anderson ......A 1.lth interest, L. V. Dennard and chl-
dren, 44th Interest, all of the Ne% lylng
south and east of the Tallahassee and
S Micoosuki road of see. S tp. 1 N. range
2 100 Acres. Raised fom ............
L. V. DennaVd ......All oR the Ne% lying north and west of
the Tallahassee and Missorukit road,
Mec. 8 tp. 1 N, ranse. I .0 Nrea
Ralaed from .........................
S. A. Jonesr ..........2 67-100 acres of land In the w corner
of W% of Bea of sec. 12, tp. I N. range
2 B. Raised from ......................
J. R. Miller .......... 13-100 acres of land sltuated In the No
corner of W ., of 8e% of sec. 1I, tp. 1
N, range 2 E. Railaed from ............
Mrs. Idella English.. Part of lots Nos. 4 and 7 as per plat In
Chancery Order Book No. 1, page 88,.
SS 1-100 acres. Ralsed fram............
H. C. Billingsley .... The north 16 acres of the a% of w,
the Nw% of the 8w%, and theW% IOf
Nw%4 of sec. 6, tp, 1 N. range a B. I1t
acres. Raised from ......................
Mrs. E. T. Epley.....That part of the IIet. otAw% an4 of the
aiwl of 8.e of ase. Vtp. o, rane
1 E, bounded on the west by the Talla-
hassee and Thomasille road on the
north by lands of Bab ldwarsu eat; on
the eat by the land of M. H. Johnson;
on the south by the south boundary
line of said sec. 83. 40 acres. Raised
fro m ................................. .
Harrison Fleming ....B e% of sec. 7. tp. 2 N. range 3 160
i uacren. Raised from ...................
Hiralihberg & Rosen-
berg ............... Eo f Ne%. except 2 acres right of wiN
for Ga., Fla. and Ala Railroad, and W'i
of Ne%. NwA4 and Nt of 8% of see'
6. tp. 1 N, range I W, 47 acre. Rali,.l
from ..................... .............
J. P. Apthorp ...... 6 99-100 acres of land In the. e of me-
Mrs. M. J. MeMahn 2, tp. 1 N. range I W. Raised from .
Mrs. M. 3. McMahon
Eat. L. C. Yaaeger.
Administrator ......'17 acres of land f1" theZ 1A of ae ,
tp I N. range I Ralsd from..
E. B. Dyer ..........Lots 13t. d4 and I In Lon Orove dddlt
tion %i E. 2L. tp. I N. ranwe I W. ,-
per pglt recorded In deed book B 1R.
page I6. Rasled from.................
C. B. 0. H. Owynn.Lota Noe. 60 dnd 71 In Long Orove nddl-
tion In set. 2. tp. I N. range 1 W. ".
S7per plat recoIded In deed book .B
Sg Pi 592. Ral from .............
Mrs. Cora 0. Long ... 1 27-100 acres of land In the 1e1A of ,.
25, t. I N. rang 1 W. RalIed from
C. B. & G. H. Owynn.I 7,1.00 acres of and In the 8e1 of no.
25, tp. I N, rang 1 W. Raimted from...
ft. Levette .......... acre land. sec. 8, tp. I N, range 1 W
Raised fro ......................
Frank Alexander ... Lots Nos. 1 and 2, an per plt t r ecorded i
looed book F F. page Tih the Sw'. 4 (if
sec. 25. tp. I N, range I W. Raled from
John 8hepard.........ot No. aa pe plat recorded In I'.',
book D D. pago 7Si. In tthe w% of "4.'
2:. to. I N. rant& I W. Raised from
Amle Newman ....... lot No. as per plat record In d,''
hook D. D. pag 178.. in t*he 8wI. of .a
2.. tp.1 N. range 1 W. Ra0oed from
Robert Newman .... lt No. 4 as per n lat reoetInd In rI .I
book D D, pa 171 In theI lw% of e
25. tp. 1 ran I W. RalMed from
Randel Harris ...... ot No.' aso per vist recorded In d....l
Ibook D. pages 157. In the 6w4 of "'"*
.25. to. I N. ran 1 W. Raised from
A. J. Kershaw. ...... ot No. 7 a per n lat recorded In
mook D D. page 716 In the Sw ef '.
25. tp. 1 Ni. ran"e I W. flalsed frm
John E. Proctor .... .Lot 41 In the .B% of Ne'A of v-' -
Raled tro ..................
Mrs. Ada Loder ...... II r mp reord.d t I
Shancery Order Book. page 2N. I, .-*
-"-*""W'ia F% ,of K IA of sc. 26. tp. 1 N. ,,iI,
l W. Raised from .............
Charles Rollins ...... 5% acre land off the qsoth end of \1 -f;
.. p*r map recorded In old O')m..*.. '
Order Book. paue 3. In the r ,,f ?"'".
if seeo.26. 4. 1 N. range I W 1i- 'i
from ............. ... .. ...
Sarah FaIsler .......2 acres land In the Ne% of the '1 Joif
swe. 24I. to. I Ni range I W. I{,i-'i
from ...................... I ...
A. L. Woodward ... acre off the s ide of and extendll," I
full lenth of the N of Nei4 of Wf-
3.tp. 1. ranI 9I W, % art ft: *a 'f
NeI4o rf *w'a se. 6.to. I N r-or.v.
I V. Nto aa : N of the 8e% of 3w'i
Iling ir f1tFeI f h avrid Ju, rl'cn
lun ro of a It p. N rOe lI
,..'t Ir^ Sthed Tall-.-

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1.00 to

low6 to



Me to
m to
00 to
soO to

1,0'0 to J,500



200 to 350

200 to 400

200 to

120 to


10 to 150

20 to

30 to

130 to

120 to
320 to

1.440 to 5,000o
500 to 7o0

1,.200 to 1.,00

400 to 600

200 to

20 to

100 to

100 to

40 to

I Ii


100 to

Ir0o to

40 to'

M0 to 1,0

*a 4

6,- .. .


. .178

1,400 to I'm0

Robert H. Mickler....i

Henry Haws ........"

40 to


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tp. I N. range W. 17% ems. 1slIed
fr .................. ..... to
Counell B. Aen...... of N 'Aand Nek of w seo
Cutpl 1 N. range WS M ace. ulned
Henry 8. Rudd.......W of Y and Nw of Sw'A of s
Uu lI I range 't a- creass.
H. C. Allen ..........N# aSe of at t, p. 1 N, range I
.. ..R,*.al t*........ to
Thomas J. Allen...... WMiO w' of No* and W Gof Nw' of
mo % see. 3 or ares. Ialsedt fromn..
Jonah Brttt ..........E% Of Of t of "o. 2e to. I .
rag w 4 a re Railsd om.... s to
John W. Henderson...Nj Ltt of see. M and the N% of
% 711.i 18, range 1. 1
p, reg4 .!................... W to
Robert G. Shpeard.. .Er'e o NW of see. 37, tp. 1 a.
Mr. Lotte L range 40 sores. Raised from...... I to
Stoche ... ..........W Of W of Nw% and No% o. the
S., ..,. o *W. <. tp. 1I n rn e I A =
**r. ..................... ...... 40 to
Mrs. L. 0. Beard ..... Wo of NwA and 1 %of W to.
MwU. n the IN of 8w4 of ea. r,

t. ra, e 1. 100 &are m R E. 1M sr I to
Oroover-Spain & Co., Nw O and iw% of seo tp. 1 to
ranuMe.J: all of a". tj IS, eange
S I1%and the #o f w% or .sw' .
20. tp. I, ran ge1 1.100 acre. Ralaed
from .................................. 1, 0 to
Buahwall Developmrnt
and Lumber Co .... K% of E% of eC. ., tp. 1 range 1 1 10 to
8. T. Rhodes ........ 8w. of Se of see. 8U tp. 1 8, rangs 1 ,
Buhwall element 40 acre. Ra f ................. O to
and Lumber Co.... E, and 846 of Nw%. and Ne% of sw% '
of nee. 4. tp. 1 8, range I E. 440 acres.
Raised f .................. ............ 44 to
Tallahnsia Sawmlll
Co .................8. of No. Nw% of Ne, Ne4 of NwA%
w% W .%, and 8 Tof sec. 26. tp. ?
8. rani 3. k20 acres. Raised from.... 870 to
4e'% an4 t s of 8w% of se. 33,. tp. 1 8,
rrni L 2J4r0ie acres. Raised from ...... 480 to
Mrs., LIvl.e J. Prie...K W6 o 8 of Q
tP 1 range 2 0g,- lO area. Ralid

R. & J. Munro......Nw2_ of mw% of sec. 2. tp. 1 8., ran
2E, 0 acres. Ralned from............ U to
Olies Kelly ..........NW4, Iof 8e, and Ne_ of 'e% of P".
S. tp. 1 8. Pange 2 E. 80 acres. Raised
from ................................... 100 o
TallahasseMe Bawmll
Co. .................All of sees. 35 and 86, tp. 1 8. range S B.
1.2180 acres. RaJisd from ............... 640 to
M. L.. McDaniel....... .W of see. 2, tp. 28. range I I. 130 acre.
Raised from ........................... 11 t
Be% and 8e of Ne oN of e1. 6. tp. I.
range I H. 00 acres. Raised from...... 10 to
U. W. Rhodes ....... Bw% of sec. tp. 2 8, range 1 3, 110
acrea. 8% and Sw% of Ne and Sle
of a w of sec. 4, 400 acres. Raie4
from ................. ................ 1 0 to
Ludwig Ashley ....... Lot o. I of sec. 5. tp. 2 8, range I E.
78 14-100 acres. Raised irom............. 40 to
Nw of NeI and NeP4 of Nw% of ee.
S 4. tp. 2 rang. I E. Raised from ...... 40 to
Ferdinand C. William-
no .................All of the Sw4 lying south of Forbes
pur K. 30 acres. Ralwsd from .............. 10 to
(;. W. Rhodes ........ % of Be% of ste. .tp. 2 8. range 1 R.
sO .crws. Raised from ................. 40 to
lHon I.. Cogewell ....N% of Nww% of kte of mec. 5. tp 2 R,
rurne 1 E, 20 ancrn. Rnlowd from.. 10 to
D. L. Crosoy ....... EI,% f 8w4 orf se. 7, tp. 2 8, rang' 1 K,
NOi M<'r,. Raised from .................. 40
Sam T. Rhodes ..... EFI of NeO4 of ee' 7. tp 2 8, range I K.
8O M T. J. Causseaux .... Nw4 of *sev. 7. tp. 2 8. range 1 40 to
neres. Rallied from .................. 0.. to
(l-orge Fuller ........ 84e of w%4 of ie.. 8, tp. 2 8, range k.
s-rxepit 4 avr.-M hold off, 34 acres. Railed
from e .................................. 20 to
James Reichard .... .N% of 8w%. and Be'r of Nw% o. se. 5. f I
Ip. 2 8, range 1 .. 120 acres. Raised
fro m .. ....................... .. to
(1, W. Rhodes ........ All of thatt part of the W. % of sec. 5, tp.
S8, ,-rnge I K, lying east of the "t.
Marks Railroad, 20 ac-se;,ot No. 2 In
,W 5, tp. 2 8. range I ., 3 240-100
wr-s. Raised fro .................... 60 to
Matilda Ree.I' ....... All that part of the Noe of se. 8. tp. 2
H range I X. lying south of orb pur-
ItPed, .7 acres N, of S of sec. tp.
28, ran- 1 0m acroe. laod from.. 0 to
Hi. Lwlni ........hut rt of the th othe f sec. .
tp. 8. range 1 e 1y atof the 8t.
Marks Raileroad! x Iept- aer* to the
rhool Boardm ll0er Paled from.. 30 to
<; W. Kioefle ........ N* of NeA of see. I. tp. B8 rais 1 K,
\of Nw N% or le4 of N and
8w. of Nw a~d NP0 of Ne9 of NeN .
and sw% of NeN of sec. 9, tp. 2 i.
range I 140 acres. Ralaed from...... 120 to
J. hr T Tiriklsnd. ..All of the i of w .. 9. Ip. 2 8. ran- I
z iym south of forbes purchase ine.
854, ofA w of nec. 9. tp. 2 8. range I
176 acre. Raild from ............ 100 to
Willalm Duen ....... N of *w % and 80 of MeU of Nw, of
s. tp. 2 8. range I 100 acre.,
laJi s . .d from ........................... 60 to
% c. Robison ......Sol lyIng north of Forbes purchase line
Of e. tp. 2 S. range I 140 aerv~.
Ralis d from ....................... ... 70 to
Waiter M. Pae ...... Nw% of Neo. 8e%. N*4 and 8% of Net 7
oof N of see tp. 2 8, range 1 K.
N .100 acres Raled from ................. 0 to
Nathan r. Glover ..IC.. of Nw4, W% of Ne' anti Nee of
We of se.. 10, tp. 2 0 range I 2.0
acrep. RAised from .. k............. 100 to
W. P. Miller ...... e of 80 %of M. 1. 10.tp. 2. range I E.
P. a...re a. Ral d from ................. 0 to
P. McDanlel ........ge %of No%. and No. of Be% of ee. 10.
ip. 2 M. range 1 5 acres. Raised
from ................................... 40 to
0. W. Rhodes ...... Wt of Nw*, lwte, and W41 of 8e% of
e. 10. tp 2 I.2 range 1. 20 acre.
Raised from ........................ 100 to
D. F. Reglnster .......All of the 8 e lying south of Porbes pt-
hao lin+ of 3me. 14. and all of B, of
... .... w4 lyln mouth of P I UrChaae
line. nr. 14. tp X 8. range 1 B L 7U-10:
ere-s Rlue4 from .................... 40 to
. W. Iamlin ........W M of w of -sec. 14, an4 NM' of 8e
of w. l1. tp. I 8.rang 1i1B xoept l
K K. McDanlel ...W% of Se'A, Se'A of Is A. and S r o

MIa HarrIet N. Me
JDaniel N 8 o 11. tp. 2 8, range-1 3.
o. acf-, lial-d fren .................. 40 to
Mrs. Mary A. Weoten.. 8e and Bt of Bl of the 8 1-S of the
. 0e. l. al. .i. i fro................ 1 to
iiw sec. 11 t grange I3.
C La-lto ... << l -

B. 40 amesr.aised from ....... ,1106r

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U U M Y12D mT 0T M1 T1 1B13NG
; l b I I IetIu I aa Ie I 1..
The late Lia was benome-
in l more t wa;M but In the
matter of l fldM It wa pMeta=u-
larly phesopoL It oer"at esvoutly
to belp rth rlsa twill never see
sons da te, nep thews, number or

tw ki= of e t p ro
o te ot011M ofe clerk and adttahes
Hetfes it baIt eo bn readd a not
*b4J the peopers aperfor Senators
ad RtprIeotat, v and eeletepd officers
to t their "unclewri their cousin, and
forth aunthing but favorablers, wivent,
aons, daughter, nphews, nieces and
other kin by arrlagueson the pay rolls
of thae Legotoature a clerk. Iand aat-
tache it eing considered that the
people had empla y of but one of the
family, and that one ha been indicated
Sthe last people's vote Occasionally in
I eat some Senator or Representa.
UhaCe violated the unwritten law, and
uch violation ha never failed to, whal
forth anytrs bhing but favorable comment
ongRe their colleagues and by others,.
In Man out of the capitol. It has always
been re, barded a perfectly fair for ahn
NIslator to pay of one of hi pressed 0ing
poli, tical debt at the expense of thed for
State, but not to any member of his
The last Ieislature threw tradition
and decency and eve drthing elseto the
winds and went in fork, 15 days could
S aftPerhaps many of them thought
and rightly-that it was their last
chance at the State treuy and In-
tended to make the most of it, while
others Imagined the State and its money
theirs bamse the people ad chosen
thm as their repre ta and what

pe in Senate, son t
as th people ewas theirth dby right.
Rad th list of clerks and attaches.ed b
It is published in full in the Jou1 ale ofI
ay t for both huuy, It large.
Sa mily matter. About s one-the b
to )rks and attaches are related d
either to a member of the Legislature
or to one of the elected offcers:w o
S A edrewll, C. 0.. bll ecretdin of thlerk
eaten ousebrother-in-law of Senator John 2ark
l, lt dismell,7trh dtrt. Elected. Served 60 I
Sdi 60 d at $6 per day,, ; allowed for,
icalendar during session, 756 I
ed to fins h g work, days at per

; $120. Total, $40.
roglatve expense bill.
arell, cretar of the nate, andon
Sileonk of the "ouin of 1
staprtl@hall arve pay, of anta
After othe adjournment of the in
Sto E ncomnlt their unfinie en-
8. W. rk, th di ktritand billsr- -
SThe ft bill tot and labreferrd to d

8for bills were referred to it during
t entire e~M ion. Th Senatmmittee on t
n-law of Cenator Jh t. district. T
1 ath ds trsmail. Elected. Served b

I at $Dpr day, 240. b
S a, Murray secretary to the bssing
strict. Appointed. Allowed 360
ml d at 6 da$p er 64,.$17t.
SnTrammel, John D, recording clerk l
Sth Houser. brother of Senator Park A
^ Trammell, 7th district. Elected a'

SGwd. a at 6 per day, atWa- &.

Ida y$per$d0y, $2. l-
oi to finish work, 20 days at (A per ct
2V4120. Total, $490. A
arvel, G. C.u pae in Senate. son
:.Representative hIarvell, of Santa 4
county. Elected. Served M 18dayth m
r day. at per day.
t Enffroslin ('ormmitte. SenA
$. W. Clarkn, 25th district, chair- (i
m ,B..The first bill to hw referriel to
committee reachiei it April l1th. Di
$A bills were referred to it (luring
month of April and but 017 bills dur-
the entire session. The committerAl
In its roll the enirrosming secretary ,
IqHe other clerks, 94
0e, Geo. M., engrossing *tcre-
%son-in-law of Senator JI New. .

^*Rn* The tlnt bill to he referr. uz"a

committee reached it April 9th. 2"
bUls, etc, wereenrol, up to 1
WmEn April 16th. 17 bills went
mimtto during the month ofp .
Ittee had he enrolling secre-
SU clerks on Its roll.
I F. F., enrolling seretary, K
tor L. L Canova, Mi
Served 80 days at bi
A. C., assistant earollingd
brother of Snator E.K

Hd d ab a satNper day ..
HO 3 wtealat enroluag

127th. Allowed 26 days ) 6 per day,
Sans, Cha. H., aelat enrolling
secretary sm of eNswV. W. sems,
Wth district. AmoBa=WApril 9th.
Allen, Je gw se-
retary. AApril th. Alwed
U8 days at t per day, (SM.
App yd, .ara assistant enrmolling
lowed days at $5 per day, 9m.

ap erlT. L ., mase itant enrolling
see t Appointed Apil to Al-
lowed days at $6 per day, $2.
tate comm teed April 9th. A -
Willis, B. C., aseitant enrolling s-c.
rotary, nephew of Senator John R.
Willis, 21st district. Appointed May
2d. Allowed 30 days at $6 per day,
Owens, Clarisse, assistant enrolling
secretary. A public stenographer with
with an office in the rotunda of the
Capitol, assistant enrolling secretary.
Appointed April27th. Allowed 35 days
at $5per day, $175.
McLean, C. R., assistant enrolling
secretary. Appointed May 21st, Al-
lowed 11 days at $5 per day, 66
House Engrossing Committee. -Rep-
resentative J. W. Knight, of Citru
chairman. The first bilFto be referred
to the committee reached it April 5th,
and but 10 bill had bee engroed up
to and including the 16th of April, and
but 96 bills went bill went to it during the see-
York,, A. S., engroseing clerk.
Elected. Served 60 days at 6 per day,
York, Mrs N. M., assistant engross-
ing clerk, wife of A. S. York. Ap-
pointed April 15th. Allowed 47 days at
York, Will S., assistant engrosing
clerk, brother of A. 8. York. Appointed
April 29th Allowed 83 days at 9$5,
Knight, Clyde B., assistant engross-
ing clerk, daughter of Representative ,
J. W. Knight of Citrus. Appointed
April 1th. Allowed 45 days at $5 per I
day, $=3. r
night. J. M., assistant engroling
clerk, son of Representative J. W
Knight, of Citrus. Appointed April
thn. Allowed pV days at 9 per days at $5 per
Wllis, Mrs. J. N., aaistant engross-.
ng clerk, wife of Repreeentative J. N.
illis, of Levy. Appointed. - _
llowed20 daysat 65 perday, 100.
Laagford, J. N., assistant engroming
lark. Appointed- Allowed !
1 days at 9 per day. $80.
Paul, Miss Casie, assistant engross-
ng clerk, daughter of Representative
). J.J. Paul, of Holmes. Appointed ,
...... Allowed 10 days at $5 per
S $250. A
eHo "a Enrolling Committee.-- Repre- d
tentative S. P. Kirkland, of Lake.
hairmlnnan. The first bill to be referred
o the aemmittee reached it April 8th.
This was the only bill to be enrolled '
before the 16th of April and only 9
bills were enrolled in April, and but 138 R
ills were enrolled during the sessioh n
Umstead Benj F., enrolling clerk. '
Elected. served 60 days at $6 per day,
Umstead, Verdie, aRsistant enrolling K
lerk, daughter of B. F. Umstead. F
appointed April 12th. Allowed 50 days n
t 95 per day, S250. A
Umstesd, Vinnie, assistant enrolling
lerk, daughter of B. F Umstead. ,
appointed May 27th. Allowed 5 days 2
t$a per day, 25. ,13
Dorman Mrs. M. E., assistintenroll- G
ng clerk. Wife of Representative W. p
t. Dorman, of Suwannee Appointed
pril 12th. Allowed ) days at w per
$2y 250. A
ox Hlla assistant enrolling clerk. n
laughter of Ex-Representative (cox of 1,
'olk, a Senate clerk. She held a clerk- A
hip in the Senate 12 days. Appointed, u
allowedd 19 days at $6 per day, $!5
Slone, W. W., assistant enrolling
lerk. Appointed April 12th. Allowed C
i4 days at6 per day, $250. n
Jackson, F. 8. assistant enrollin.R p
lerk. Appointed April 23rd. Allowed
1days at 95 per day, $15.
Haiaden, Virginia, assistant enrollrng S
lerk. Appointed May 27th. Allowed c]
days at $5 per day, $25. .0
Jackson, Liute, asistant enrolling A
lerk. Appointed May 26th. Allowed ci
days at 5 per day, 2ii
Johns, Edna, assistant enrolling clerk. L
Lppointed May 28th. Allowed :t days bi
tl 6 per day, $16. C
Senate Committee Clerk. ('Cowan, A
rellie, Stenographer for P. 0. Knight,
tso worked sa public stenograsher c
ith office In rotunda of capitol. Clerk cl
mmittee, Legislative expenses Mau- 8
sy, chairman. Ho bills went to eom -
ittee. Clerk e.nilttfe, eity and 54
SIlib. A oted Ai 3rd. Allowed
Serums, W.J., onof Seator. W. cl
nust, 28th dIstrict, Clerk committee, rn
a Canals and Telegrape, Crew, chair- A
an. I bill. Clerk committee o pub-

Islands, Croews chairman. 1 bill. Total c
bills. Appointed April 4th. Allowed m
Sdaya at 16V per d:, 90.
Langi Paul c&Urk committee 9 hi
lieroad, Henderon chairman. 3I t
Ia. Appointed April 6th. Allowed
I das at 9 pariday; 916 u
Jkone, A. N., m of Senator W. o
. Jaka. 9th trt Clerk o
Itie on elai6m Jadma chairman. M 2
1a. Ampouteod ApIl h. allowed 67 ,




p per ,

J. L., repo
ik for eel

J.VWoad,2nddd, Sn
g ^onstltu a
Cnmmltte on drainage. %
tion Beard chairman, 4
Wi. Agolnted April,
da at I per day, $0. ,
OJte, 7. H., clote conA -08
mineral resources, Zim,, ehab miu SO
bilL Committee on grual aStOst.
troll ehaiqpan. 13 bills. Aob
May 2 4th. Allowed 8 days p
Allen, C. K., clerk coaedtt onl
state prison and convicts, Alf e hiar-
man 1 bill. Appointed. Allowed 9 days
at ?oar day, 9,
atmth. E. S., clerk committee on
State boundaries, Girardea e
1 bill. Appointed April 7th. Allowed
45 days at 15 per day, a226.
Kirchoff Otto R clerk co it
Game, Willis chairman, 10 bls.
mittae on fisheries, Samme chalgraa,
21 bills. Committee on t1m -i s.
Humphries chairman, 9 bills. otalt 40
bills. Appointed April 8th. Allowed
54 days at $5 per day, $270.
G W. E., newspaper ret,
clerk committee on rul, ovS.
chairman, no bills. Committee ass
and highways, Clark chairman., I bl.
AppoInted Aprii-th. Allowed 7t days
Marion, Nat W2, clerk committee on
organlsed labor, Cone chairman Ap
pointed April 5th. Allowed 40 day at
n pric day, $200 Elected ltUamt
reading leork of the House and was e.
lowed 81 daysat $6 per day, $18. Total,
$386. [(71 days into 60 at full pay Is
pretty good, something.]
Goodbread, J. R., clerk Committee
on Privileges and Elections, Adam,
harm Iran. ht bills. Appointedia May.
Ulowed 17 day at $5 per day, $80.
Metealf Guy I., clerk Committee on
Idlan Affanl, Hudon, chairman; Conm-
mitto, on Commerce and Navigation.
D)vis, chairman. Seven bills. Ap-
ointed April 14. Allowed 88 days,
McRe T. J., clerk Committee on
Education, Henderson, chairman. 26
W111s. A pointed April 17. Allowed 45
ays at "pT day, 226.
Ma dep, A.. clerk Committee on
lining and Phosphate, Laggt:t, chair-
nan. One bill. Ap point in May.
allowed 22 days at r day, 110.
Reams F. W., ck Conttee on
Recorded Proeeedings, Withers, chair-
nan. Nothing doing. Appointed in
lay. Allowed 28 days, $115.
Triplett, S. J., proof reader, $30.
Committee Clerks of the House-
Keathly, Norton, clerk Committee on
financee and Taxation, Wilson, chair-
ian. 55 bills. Appointed April 4th
allowed 55 days at 06 per day, $848.
Edwards, J. W., clerk Committee on
organizedd Labor, McKenzie, chairman,
bill; Committee on Claims. Kilgore,
1 bills Committee on Fisheries,
Iriggs, chairman, 26 bills-62 bills. Ap-
ointed April 5th. Allowed 57 days at
Vper day, $28r5.
Rivers, (. 0., clerk Committee on !
kgriculttire, Knight of Columbia, chair-
ian, 17 bills; Committee on Public
.ands, Long, chairman, 2 bills-38 bills.
appointed April 5th. Allowed 57 days
t $5 per day. $285.
Richards, Mrs A. M., sister of E. S. i
lathews of Bradford, Speaker, clerk
committeee on Census and Apportion-
nent, Wartman, chairman, 1 bill. Ap- c
pointed April -th. Allowed 57 days at i
5per day, $28;' t
Roberts, A. iI., reporter for Tampa, c
t. Petersburg and Pensacola paper;
lerk Committee o City and, County
organization Melten, harman, 6bills.
pointedd April 8th. Allowed 64days
t $ per day. $270.
Mathis,. C. t clerk Committee on
relative Expenses, Paul chairman, 1 1
lit. Committee on Printing, Wilson of
aluoun, 6 bills -7 bills. Appointed
prili w 5. Allowed 67 days, $9 .
Lanier, W. B., clerkCommittee o
corporations. Mathews of Marion. I,
airman. 11 bills; clerk Committee o.
late Inatitutions, Rmusell, chairman, 3
Ills. Total, 14 bills. Appointed April
_' Allowed ;,7 days at 6 per day,
Dowling, R. t., clerk Committee on
oads, Parkinson, chairman, 2 bills;
lerk Committee on Rules, Ferris. chair-
.an, no bills. Appointed April t.
rowed 57 dayos at perda P,-BI.
Futch, Eli, clerk Con imttoee MIa-
llaneous Legislationlnowles, ebsir-
an, 42 bills; clerk CSamittoJf Form -
try. Crawford. chalima. t 3 k-U


Resilv* mirrors

A Specialty.

I have a man with me who has here-
tofore been ePployed at the works of
the largest gla manufacturing and
finishing donorns in this country,
he can make your old scratched or
spotted mirror as good aanew, by the
sane proce used at the factory.
Prices right and satisfctiou guaran-
teed. Give him a trial and be con-
vinced, .


J. E. THEUS, Propr.






Ladies Suits a Specialty.

Work called for and delivered to any part of the City.
Membership $1.50 per month. Phone No. 18.

G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.

21 Public Benefactor.

What the Thomalville Qhlropodlst
is able to gorroeets


Corns, lunions, Inowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perosprig FeetSprains and Bruils 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, most cheerflly commend the gentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. William, urgeonChiropodstofo asville, Ga.-Maon Telegraph.
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffiee, Macon, Ga.

Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Dress.
ng, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wave a specialty
A woman finds just what she seek, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking she
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comely without
n head hands and feet.Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails is unneesary;
hey effect the eye-sight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every disorder
if the foot- Twenty-nve cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.

Dr. Robert Williams,

SwrjoeIn Ohlrop.dlst Masseur
telephonee 23. 71 North Madison St. THOMR
relephone 232. 781 North Madison St. THOMJ



Old Kemper Livery Stables.


Under New Management.




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Ithe Wemh's mb enows N.
A delightful aoelal fair same off last
t "raday aftenoon at the Leoss Notel.
The Wa.an's Club demmwtat- Its
R of Mrs J. W. a
nviti bar frtownd to mbi at
t im Lo to, do her b~eor.
Mrs. W aman ahe ga~ e Ady waer
4a vns hfer e sea miu-
S dthey Sll laT ave afow has eo na-
templeal edmoal a@OMaN I e=a

"et in the advanoyeant of woman's
Wa ork ai tei ttows thwn haesef lno
gpersonal ezetos Ii6 Mrthersawe of
thir plaa, ad, a a consequence, will
,, jn-beiv missed.
o oMrs. Wideman have decided
upog DeLawdas tair place of, si nacM
in the future, because of the educatonal
advantages it offers to their two boys,
and they will leave for that place some
time in the early part of September.
At the reception Mrs. Thomas Shack-
leford, President of the Woman's Club,
received, asalated, of eouree, by the
guest of honor. An attractive musical
program was carried out, and refresh-
ments of fruit punch and dainty cakes
were served on the meat veranda by
J Mrs. Clay Crawford and Mrs. Crosby
Dawkins. Red and pink roses and pot-
ted ferns were the decorations. A
large number of ladies were in attend-
ance, and the occasion was enjoyed by
all. K &
new's ThisI
We offer One Hundrea Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that car.-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENNEY & CO. Toledo, 0.
We the understined, have known F.
J. Chenney for the last 15 years and
believe him to be perfectly honorable in
all business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm. 16
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure s taken inter-
aally, acting directly upon the blood
and jnucus surfaces of the system. Tee-
timmpnals sent free. Price 75 cents per

The Gwyas Teabacc Co.
This will be the name of the com-
pany recently formed by the Messrs.
F. C. Gilmore, C. B. Gwynn G. H.
Gwynn, M. F. Phillips and Gdorge I.
Davis for the planting of tobacco.
They have a capital stock of $50,000,
and will put in at least 25 or 80 acres
next season.
The Lemo County Tobacco Central
already has 80 acres under cultivation,
and will add 80 more. Mr. Hirshebberg
the general manager of this company,
states that, in spite of the dough last
the present crop is th best
they have ever had both in quantity
quality. Mr. ). M. Lowry wil
also become an extensive planter and
out on the McMahon place Mr. David
S. Vason will plant 6 acres.
Mr. Herbert A. Williams, together
with several non-resident gentlemen, is
looking about for a favorable tract near
town, which, when found will be con-
verted into a first-class tobacco farm.
There are still others who are form-
ing plans for the future but are not yet
ready to be talked about; however, the
True Democrat will soon be able to tell
its readers all about them, as well as
about other investments and improve-
ments which show how fast the Talla-
hassee country is developing.
ChUidren InsPak
never cry as do children who are suffer-
ing from hunger. Such is the cae e of
all babies who cry and are treated for
lsekness, when they are really suffer-
ing from Ihunger. This is caused from
their food not being assimilated but de-
voured by worms. A few doses of
White's Cream Vermifuge will cause
them to cease crying and begin to
thrive at once. Give it a trial. Sold
4 by Iardee-Smith Co. *
Bring the Democrat your job printing.

House to Rent.

Opposite Leon Hoteel.

f Apply to Julius Diamond. 25-2

$1'IA $800



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Am Too Go" aw "mI
If uI sme sadOWewe owsa%*.ofkbus
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Geor ia School

9I Technology

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ftonww labre,=4 mmsi* sland

New Ubivy ad Ms ew Ch edLabtsty. bawal
Ir esdfh grdudu MO gn"GmS u*
Nuxt easel.bopls bp LM
1w muatrade ostshinsad ishrnaflss Wi4e
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Tallahassee Hardware Co..

HardwareALC INer
Hardware, Cutlery,

fannmin Implements

and Paint.

Single Wagon., Steel or Skein Axles
........ 880.00
Light Two Hoe, either axle. $88.00 to
.....-........-..-........... 40.00
SR Two Horse.....-.......... 50.00
STiber Wagons, ........$48.0o to 0.00
8 OI 0018 Ot of S iht:
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 sight another is
| 3FINALLY-If we fail to please we
SRecommend other Dealers in the city.
Tallahassee, 'Fla.

The above Is to be had at

R. W. Cobb, Drug eo.
Bast side f Alonroe St.


Centrally located near Capitol
and everything the best. .





bAws d


The Housekeepers' Delight
is a range that will roast meats, boll bake or otherwise cook
vegetable and keep it piping hot until comes the time for
A good gas range supplied with flowing fuel as furnished t
our street Mains, controlled by i simple "twist of the wrlt".'
your kitchen meets every desire of the ambitious prepare
meals for the household. Ask all the question you like of us at
this office, or of our representative who will 0 at your hiA
postal or 'phone request. GET THE "VULCAN' GAS RANQW
A Boon In Hot Weather
is a gas stove or range on sultry ironing days. Gas thus sllg
serves just the necessary quantity of heat for best results
overheating the kitchen and making it uncomfortable f tb
ironer. For this laundering aid. like many other purposes,
and the stoves and ranges which burn it complete the proper
en complement. See this office about gas advantages.
The Gas Company, Phone 72.

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

for all
Harvesting Machinery and

'The Well Known San Louis Plantation
and Vineyard.
Three hundred and sixty-two (362) acres, more or
less, two (2) miles West of the City of Tallahassee, Fla.
on the Quincy Road. Large dwelling house surrounded
by beautiful shrubery and a park-like grove of huge Live
Oak and Hickories. Dry cellar under entire house. Barn,
iron building (fire-proof) used for the storage of wine,
and other out-buildings for other purposes, including a
shed used as a Distillery, and apparatus used for the dis-
tilling of fruit brandies.
About fifty (50) acres woodland, balance cleared.
About 1200 Pear trees from which 525 barrels of Pears
were shipped to New York last year, netting over $1,500;
and 200 barrel 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.
Alldirections given for the making of the different
wines which have ben shipped from the place and made
the name of San Luis Vineyard famous all over the
This place is only offered for sale for a limited time.
Price may be had upon application. .
SReal Estate Dealers.


P. T. Nicholson,


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5lJ,.0,inf4s..and Arempa cy.

Coupeoa s.04ttrlaion.

1. - Date, AU the timc


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DeB'$ yo wast to start a bank account? Wouldn't e* kto have oe of these wlitt
prow.ved sit m s beaks to help you to sav your nie ad dlesT t is o a rt
you a dposits dollar or smallr coins. It is of a e srenyees to carry in the yst
or a Mis b.. It s ways ready to help you rit the temptatit to spend money.
wsant i seount w ethveboy- in this vicinity.
We ftrnish one of the meik free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an account with as within thirty days from receipt of bwak. These bwaks are delivered to you
looked d end a only be opened by us.
You would be surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and deposition in a savings bank.
It is notraise to nave money by keeping it in the hpoue, beca ..there is danger of l k by
thievea and fire, and besides it is not making anything. But place it with w and it s earning sen.-
thing. We pay 8 per cent interest cn all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods aM
first days of April and October
bHok,w we give a table showing how savings will accumulate n five years, computed on a ba-
isa of 31. working days in the year, at 8 per cent interest.
Ain't deposited. Interest earned. Total am't
0c per day for 6 years-----------.......--..-..$16.5 ........--------..-..--$11.14...---...--..---------..........$167.64
20c I.r day for 5 years -- ---....... ...... 313.00 -- .......... 22.28................... 886.28
2 w pe-r day for years. -......--------....-.. 391,2 .. .............. 27.8---------------.................... 419.10
,30 pe r day for years ...-------......----...-... 469) .............. 88.42.................-----.. 502.92
rAe per day for years. .-----..--.....-------. 782..----................. 56.70........------.....-....... 88.3
itic per day for 5years------------.................1,566.00...............111.40.....--............------ 1,676.40
The capital stock of the savings bank is 20,('00.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidentiaL
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lats.

4ePote, t0, 14 ffI



G. X. LEWIS, VwilPsIdsst.


se Pis Will e Cleas, bat He
epoe to Goe In to Wis.
i Tiwe has been so much said regard-
the possible candidacy of State Su-
tendnt of Public Instruction Hol-
y wad those who might oppose him
tS comin campaign that the repre-
l tire of the Sun called upon Mr.
ay, who Is here for the purpose
ting the examination of the
of the Summer Normal, and
him regarding the matter.
terview was frank and to the
representative at once made
h mission and requested the
Superintendent to be frank in his
fxr. Holloway, will you be a cand-
to succeed yourself for the poel-
of State Superintendent of Public
t?" he was asked.
I be a candidate," he replied.
Shav riven the people a good, fair,
Sadmnistration of their school af-
Besides it is the unbroken prin-
of the Democratic party in thin
to give a Cabinet official a second
"Are you in a position at thiM time
0i a ounce a platform?"
S"lm not ready to particularize, but
S 11hall ask the suffrage of the prplo
the ground of a successful admin-
S"Inthe event that you should have
; tion, do you anticipate an aggres-
I do not. Under no circumstances
I indulge in abuse or vituperation;
shall I suffer myself to be drawn
a campaign of this character."
f. Holloway has made an excellent
to Superintendent, and his record
Accomplish for him at Kre'at dial
Id he have opposition in the inpxt
ign. (Gainesville Suin, 7th
isilang from the Grave.
A prominent manufacturer, Wiln A.
well, of Lucama, N ('.. related a
remarkable experienced. lie mays:
Hfter taking less than three hottlem
Electric Bitters, I feel like one rim-
Sfrom the grave. My trouble is
hit's disease. in the Diabetes stage'
ly believe Electric Bitter. will cure
permanently, for It has already
p the liver and bladder complica-
t which have troubled me for
a." Guaranteed at all druggists.
wie only be.
Let Seuth Nave Candidate.
-9 Congressman Iamar, of this State,
S ounces in aut horative fashion
h the Washington P'ot of Mon-
t "the South has no candidate
the Presidency and will support Mr.
an." Where did you get your in-
tion. Mr Iamar, and how is it
you are more in touch with the
th on this vital question than the
of us down here who perhaps have
opportunities for knowledge? We
to speak for the South by au-
ty 1 quit as good as that of Mr Ia
and we say that she hasn't yet
up her mind on that question but
she is seriously entertaining the
to present a candidate of her
is most available. Give the
Chance, Mr. LImar, and don't
ber out of the running so summari.
prematurely. -Live Oak Demo-

'v lived ia California 20 year, and
still hunti for trouble In the way
sore, wound,_ boils, cuts,
Sor a -a of pila that uck-
aL wor quickly c


P. O. BOX 210.


Ge neral Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Build ings a Specialty.

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



Tip-Top Contracts for Live Men.
Renewal Commission Paid.

Address CECIL WI LLCOX, Manager,
of New York.



A Cup of White Hleuse or lSe Label
foca aad Java Coffe
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cot-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our-
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.

Electric Lights and Power.

The City Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to supply an unlimited number of new cus-
tomers, and as the plant belongs to the citi-
zens of Tallahassee and must be supported by
the revenue from its business or from taxes
levied on the property of every taxpayer ii
the city, it is to their interest to patronize the
Electric Light Plant. Rates are reasonable,
and the best oT service will be given. It is
the purpose of the Managers .

To Put On Day Service

as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P.
O. BOX 472. .



cc&a ** iv

You can fIgurt out to your own satisfactimB just
how a Bluebell cream harvester will save money,
time and work for you. If you don't wattto, callon
us and we will demonstrate this point is just a few
minutes. The Bluebell cream harvester ie gear driven
one of the simplest and most practical separators
on the market. It is guaranteed to skimndo to the
thousandth part of butter fat. Wh. yo separate
mi k with a Bluebell separator, you can rest asuared
that you are not leaving any butter fat is the skim
ti"!k. sides the Bluebell is so easy to keep cleam
and so light running that it stands without asuperor.
C all on us and we will gladly demietrate the
tMiuebe'I'T eod points to you.







City Electric Light Plant.

W. D. Pratorlus,
Funeral Director

Licensed Embalmer.
0( 0 syud N. THm 163.

Ve'terilary /fbysicle

Dental Work a Specialty.

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Bring your Job Work to thi office

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77- V V*SFl. rr- xwffl J win

esrt n both Jyf 5 p5
and are am u0ta" r e
,talation te of mast th
Our eitiens msem disposed to give
the young men all the eacoursageent
in their power, ana will not withhold
practical assistance whenever it is
The offers ae as follows:
J. Stuart Lewis, captain.
Frank B. Wintrop, Arst lieutenant.
J. U. Walker, second lieutenant.
Frank C. Keene., Arst sergeant.
Jules L. Elliott, quartermaster ser-
C. F. Vana, second t.
E. S. Blake, third M eant.
Luther HQoloy forth pargeant.
R. C. Long, Jr. ,ftlseamaent.
W. T. Damon, first eor .
Raymond Stone, seo orpora
Avery Hartsflqld, third corporal.
John C. Bennett, fourth corporal.
Robert J. Evans, Jr., fifth corporal.
D. Gaston AIford, sixth corporal.
Private- E. W. Adams. Thomas M.
Atkinson, James M. Baker, John M.
Bell G. Walter Bennett. J. T. Ber-
nard. Jr., Willie MacBuford. R. B. Cax-
well, Luther Carter, Wm. E. Clem-
momn, 0. C. Clemnmons, J. Carroll# E.
Ernest Croucher, Henry Durr, Joe
Demetree, first cook; B. Durst, Francis
Eppes, Fred. G. Farrior, Herbert Fel.
kef, Fred. Hawes,. Thomas Humphress.
Ernest Holmes, Geo. H. Holmes, Roy
Haneock, Oliver Johnson, Win. Lang-
ston, Lonnie Levy, second cook; J. M.
Lynn, Hugh Massey, LeRoy F. Mas-
ters, Albert McKDight, S. Alphonse
Prichard, Gwynn Revell, Herman H.
Roee, P. G. Russell, W. B. Russell,
C. E. Saula, artificer; Geo. P. Sauls.
J. M. Sauls, Albert Shine, musician;
Porter Stump, W. Tryon, J. J. Vinson,
Jim Willing, Ira C. Watson, H. P.
. Wilkes, C.B. Williams.
Honorary Members-E. H. Alford, F.
C. Gilmore, Aaron Levy, T. B. Byrd,
J. P. 8. Houatoun, H. Randolph, P. W.
Wilson, S. D. Chittenden, W. C. Lewis,
J. S. Winthrop.
Honorary Contributing Membera-W.
D. Bloxham, J. A. Edmondson H. T.
Felkel, J. J. Hirschberg,W. B. Lamar,
W. M. Mclntosh, Dr. W. L. Moor, J.
D. Cay, C. A. Cay, E. P. Eppes,
W. H. Ellis Dr. Goe. H. Gwynn,
John W. HenAerson, J. D. Hutchinson,,
L. M. Lively, R. B. Ludlow Claude
L'Engle. B. A. Meinniass, C. B. Park-
hill, F. T. Myers, Dr. H. E. Palmer,
J. W. Collins, Geo. P. Raney, Geo. W.
By courtesy of the Sun we reproduce
the first photograph taken of the Rifles,
and in doing so compliment the body on
being as fine appearing a body of men
as we have ever seen.

Captain Jr Stuart Lewis.
At the meeting; April 20th, to orgMa-
ize, Mr. J. Stewart Lewis was unani-
S mously elected Captaionon first vote.
He was born in Marion county in 1866,
and was first Lieutenanf of Company
C, 4th Battalion, P. S. T., at Palatka,
from 1890 to 196, ion. RobLt. W. Davis
be Captain of that company. Capt.
LewI, wth his excellent family, have
resided at Tallahaee now for several
years, and they count their friends by
their large auquamtance here, every
member of his family being popular fa-

As will be men by the following offi-
cial circular. Mr. F. P. Woodward
C eapr--- etion:
F da Raway Company, Oaoeof the
General Superntm Live Oak
Floridas August 1 ta. I -C-m ar
No. 117.
To all employee and nme.etios'
Mr. F. P. Woodward Is h.rIy-nmt-
ed General Freight and e
gent for the PFa vies Mr .W8, .
wa esat Live Oak.
PeridA. YoMr T. P. Abtem,.
Approved: Pmk Drew, Presast,

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Seaater NMaley in ace.
The impression having gone out that
Senator Malory wo not enter the
race for re-election, now positively at
an end. Read his card in reply to a
letter from Dr. Webb, at St. Augus-
"Pensacola July let, 1907.
"Dr. DeWitt Webb, 8 King street, St.
Augustine PFla:
Dear Sir: Yours of the 28th inst is
just at hand. I am a candidate for re-
election to the Seate, and my friends
will do me a favor by stating that fact
on my authority, whenever there is oe-
casion to do so.
An announcement to that effect with
my authorization, was made by the
Leesburg Comnmercial last spring, be-
fore the adjournment of Congriess, but
many people must have failed to see It,
or the references to it by othlr papers
in the State because I have received
many letters from gentlemen in differ-
ent parts of the State, inquiring wheth.
er or not I will be a candidate.
"I am happy to say that my health
has improved very much of late and I
know of no reason why I should not, at
the proper time, be ready to do my best
against all comers in the approaching
contest. With many thanks for the In-
terests which your letter manifests, I
am very truly, etc. yours,
And he will "run some," too when
the "band begfrns to play."
Me May Eater Race.

The following card from Senator J.
E. Broome, of Gadsden county, indi-
cates that he will likely enter the Gu-
bernatorial race.
Ed. Fernandina Record, Fernandina Fla:
Dear Sir-My attention has been
called to an article appearing in a re-
cent issue of your paper, quite compli-
mentary to me, and for which I wish
to tender to you my grateful acknowl-
edgments. To me it is exceedingly
gratifying to know that some of the
prominent paperss of Florida are encour.
agn my ndidacy for the Governship
o rda, and especially do I appre-.
ciate their flattering testimonials, as I
have given no one any reason to even
suppose that I would bea cndidte for
Tlogh I am unprepared Just at thUa
time to saythat willor wi not be a
candidate for governor r I desire to
thank you, Mr. Editor for your kind
"wish Mr. Broome will enter therace."
Though I lay not the nattering nestc
to my soul that should 1 inay eonent
to enter another "Richmond nla the
field" that I would get there "an flow.
ery bed of ease," am vain wonc to
presume that my record State l -
ator for many years would ere a vote
that wouma be sedingly pu to
ma and equally_ rtif to, my
friend, the editor of The Rootd.
With bet wishes and eAteertang
for yoeolf the hilest eteem and re-

w as Ipaired Appea.
To Improvethe apptIte adI saggth.
ea a few e
lea. Mr. J.. H. St, of e,
biegaysa: q y rsebormd mey
tithe .d- iened e ora
ee eaed a
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St. Terda Leeal Items.
St. Terea, Aug. 15th, 1907.-St. Te-
rees is eeplg up its reputation for so-
cial gaiey. Several entertainments
have -given week which were
great .oyedn bedes which the usu-
il reereatiL of aag, crabbing, sail-
ag, etf have been ftdulged t with
a td ardor. Numerous new arriv-
als have added ach to the general en-
Monday evening Mrs. F.T. Myers en.
tertained wkh a rIandy pull" in honor
of Mis I tbr sle awkins, the charm-
S little gter of Mrs. W. C. Snod-
welfe lawn of the Bradford
ottage, a bonres built on the beach
where games were played until the
dishes of eandy were, eool enough to
pull. Mrs Myers is a charming hostess
and the little onoree a general favor-
ite, oonsequently, the "candy pull"
could not have been other than a grand
Mrs. J. P. S. Houstoun entertained
at Bridge Saturday morning in honor of
Miss Cristine Wideman. The cottage
occupied by Mrs. Caslerand Mrs. Hous-
toun was artistically decorated with
palm leaves, pink oleander, and crape
myrtle; fish nets, shells, fishing poles
and various other decorations pertain-
ing to the sea added quite an artistic
and unique touch to the occasion. Six
tables were filed with the bridge en-
thusiasts, and the game played from
ten to one, after which delicious re-
fresaments were served. Miss Wide-
man, the guest of honor scored second
hilheot in the game.
Thie young lady was again honored
on Tuesday morning by a six course
hlubeon glven by Mrs Myers, on the
porch of the Bradford cottage.
Mr John McDougall entertained at
dinner on Sunday, the 8rd of August,
to a large number of the visitors, and
proved himself a delightful host.
Mr. George lewis has, given much
pleasure to the ladies the past week by
taking them on numerous sails in his
splendid sailboat "the Battle," and
Bsette Too." All regret that his stay
had to be so short.
Mr. and Mrs R H. Bradford and
Mr. J. P. S. Houstoun arrived Sunday
morning for a week's outing. Messrs.
Brsdtood and Houstoun brought in a
strlj of red-breasted bream and trout,
on MoNday afternoon from one of the
=ual takes on James Island. The catch
was snapped with a kodak so that the
gtlemen will be able to prove almost
say statement they ay deem fit to
make about their wonderful haul.

Another Satisfied Cus-
"In using
Davis 100 per cent
Pure Paint
otfmy residence, I secured the best
piee epaintsn I have had for twen-
e above is a portion of letter re-
OeWied from --

Mr. Ti H. 1'3hbort

100 Spercoot PorePaItw w
di "aI:of e mw IIEJ4Pore
Id- Liws. Frmbb

A Little Printer's nk

A Little Printer's Ink

Makes Millions

Think-Think-Tlhn I

n ow=

More truth than poet-
ry. A little Printer's Ink
prints a little advertise-
ment in a little "maga-
zine" that circulates at a
little price and goes into
a million little homes,
chiefly in the little cities
and towns and country
The millions of people
in these homes are
caused by the Printer's
Ink to think that they
can get big bargains for
their money by sending
it away by mail, order-
ing the things advertised
by the little pinch of
Printer's Ink.



Sometimes when they receive the stuff they order by
mail they have another Think coming. They think, "What
fools 'we mortals be," and apply the Think to themselves.
And sometimes some of them think something like this:

"Wonder why Mister Man, our local dealer in
many things we meed, doesn't advertise these
things In our local paper? Maybe If he did we
wouldn't be tempted to send to the big eity for
thoee same things. If we were surWe we would
buy them at home for about the same price and
have a chance to see the goods before taking,
we think we'd prefer to buy them at home."

Now, Mister Man, what do you think-think--think


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,mwiu 1 uRS 0A.
Editor I/bale Ihs come out square-
ly for prAshMtioeW adhas given all whis-
key with whom he contracted,
no"t e lat they wooM be canceled, and
tdat lhis Smwould never again run a
wph: i u dvertlsment. On the subject
lop the edleorial from the last

I aid les than four months ago-4hat
I wa rnot for prohibition, because of its
taaDeetvenes. I am constantly seek-
Ig Mew light, and when I vet it I can
change my opinion, if the light is strong
enoh iand reed enough
I tll11 think that Government sup-
prlsslo of the manufacture of intoxi-
eants would be best. but I now think.
owing to the irht before me from the
diseuasion of the subject in Georgia,
that prohibition is a good thing, though
the operation of the law may be defect-
/ ivT In force.
The State of Florida is going dry
Write me down as a prophet.
Also inscribe me among those who de-
sire to see prohibition in successful op-
The action of the Georgia legislature
in voting liquor from that state took
many by surprise No fight had been
made to elect prohibition candidate,.
When the fight was precipitated in the
legislature the result merely showed the
growth of the prohibition feeling.
Thisto feeling is more than a sentiment.
It Isa plnciple which stands for the
matral proress of the state. The
mere fact that other states have tried
it unsueessfully does not argue against
the wisdom and the righteousness of it
It shows that the enforcement of the
law is not effective, and that all the
people have not reached the plan nee-
esary to make it effective.
it isnot to be expected that all the
people will ever reach that degree of
self control which will cause them to
Cut away the craving for drink or the
dire fo. f ain which prompts the elicit
making ad selling of liquor.
This will always be a factor with
which the advocates of the law will
have to deal. Hut that Is no argument
againt the law.
Scry has been raised in Georgia,
and It will be raised in Florida, that the
enlatment of a prohibition law means
the conflseation of much property.
Conafisation is the wrong term. wt wll
mean without doubt the nullification of
values invested in the maKing and vend-
inof liquor.
This Is a feature of the reform which
cannot be helped, but it is one which
will aist only for a short time. Money
1 1pe1t for whiskey never did anybody
owd. Whiskey dealers are known the
fmtey over to be profligate spenders..
TMrpeater art of their income is de-
rivad from the working classes.
It is said that a third of the wages of
working men goes to the purchase of
kquors. Few working men earn more
than what is necessary to decently pro-
vide for their families When the
money of a working man is pent for
liquor it is taken away from his family,
and some needful thing sl unbought.
When the working man doeant have
the temptation to spend his money for
drinks the amount previously devoted
to post-paytime carousal will find its
way to the rightful channels of trade.
The money will not be taken from
circulation. The volume of coin and
currency will not be reduced. It will
merely be diverted to better purposes,
everybody will be the gainer. No-
can be the loser except the whim.-
lydealer who has been put out of
l and he will learn to accept
the situation and will take up other
In its first Issue The Sun proclaimed
that it would advocate and work for
rfght Principle*. "If it's right we are
ftoM t." Tfhis legend has beenconcien-
tiously adhered to.
I know that whiskey is the curse of
the world. The law of prohibition
seeks to be rid of the curse. Therefore
I am for It. And that no man may say
, that the carrying of whiskey advertlse-
ments In The un is Inconsisatent with
this enunciation, all whiskey adver-
tisements will be dropped.
The advertisers have been notified,
and the contract. will be annulled.
In a business sense the whiskey men
have been good patrons 'of The Sun.
When thin paper takes a stand for pro-
hibitlup it does so at a considerable

But as 1 have said before, no mate-
a consideration shall stand in the way
of helping along a worthy cause. The
rdhibtlon cause ts a worthy one. And
Its Itogng to win in this Slate Just a

STallahassee Drug Comrany, the en-
trprtishg druggiat ofTallahaee.Fla.
I'are having auch a lrge run on "HIN-
. DIPO," the new Nerve Tonic and Re-
s t and hear It so highly pratied
? that ther now offer to guarantee it in

.' ey mae to cure all ormu of Kidney
r ad Nervous Disorders.
Thay Itit it does not give
tIf youW omt',it is at their risk, not
our. A e*nt box, BuIh Lable Ex.
bStrenith $1.00, will put life in a
"ead or. it by mail undr itive
to. N.3
e. pa the and kin
--ilti oiir&u.bu iio

hme from de ul isits to Tails-
howe. Mo t lowf sad other point. in
hopitabeWet 1or. l Miss Groover
went to TIomasville, ,.. sad her vis-
its there were almost Hke attead-ng
house rties, for every hostess bad a
houseful of attractive visiting girls.
Samon them several of Miss Groovr'V
charming cousins who have visited her
here. There are no guests at the Groo-
ver home at present, although nearly
always some relative or relatives visit
them while passing through. As the
family connection in West Florida is a
very extensive one, there is very often
company at thin hospitable home.
TimeA-Union, 13th.
Went Dry to Stay Dry
The people of Gadsden county are
familiar withthe fact that the anti-
prohibitionists contested the local
option election held last March, at
which time the barrooms were voted out
of Gadsden county.
The whisky advocates held that the
election wan illegal and, through their
attorneys asked that it be set aside.
The case was argued before Judge
Malone on Tuesday of last week. At-
torney General Elis representing the
prohibition Kide, and Buford & Watson
representing the whisky people.
Judge Malone did not give is opinion
until Tuesday of this week and he says
that the election was legal.
This settles the matter, and those who
were hoping to see Quincy "wet" again
are now satisfied that Quincy is dry and
that she is going to stay dry,
The stores where whiskey was sold,
which have been closed ever since the
election, will probably be forrent, and
there are a'dozen applications for each
one of them. -Gadaden Times, 9th.
GOaI f Eletu From It.
The Santa Rosa Star tells of the good
that has come from driving whiskey
dives from their county : "Although i
has been but a few days since the
saloons of this county were closed, the
good effects are beginning to make
themselves seen and felt. During
these few days of prohibition, white
men who formerly never left the town
sober have been observed to come and
go in their right minds, free from the
curse of drunkenness. Negroes who
never did anything but lie around the
saloons have been seen at work and
carrying home sacks of food. The
crowd of drunken negroes that formerly
thronged the streets of the town, even
on the sabbath, are seen no more.
Those that are seen generally appear
sober and orderly, Many strange ne-
groes have been seen trading at the dry
goods and grocery stores. Whence
came they? It is persumed that here-
totore they were around the saloons
spending their nickles there for some-
thing that did them no good, but only
harm. Inquiries show that even now
at this early date, the business inter-
ests of the town of Milton are on the
up grade, and are looking for better
times in the near future.
Choeerflness AI Aassett.
Perhaps there are few of the busy
men of affairs who realize that smiles,
good nature and sense of humor are
actual business as well as moral and
mental asatts. Laughter is like sun-
shine, and drives away clouds and mists
of doubt quite as surely. It not only
helps to make the days more cheerful
but It makes success more possible. If
a man who has many and serious cares
upon him coupled with responsibilities,
would get up in the morning determin-
ed to look f6r some gleam of happiness
during the day, he would be amazed to
find how much more eaily the appoint-
ments and interviews which had seemed
so difficult, passed of. Go down to the
ofiee with the determination to make
the bent of every moment. If there is
a tangle to be straightened out, go at
it with an unruffled brow and a belief
that it is coming your way. Pans
through the employees department with
a smile and a nod. It is strange to ob,
serve how the faces brighten and the
work goes forward with a new seat
when t is known that "the old man is
in a good humor this morning." More
than that, the people who are in care
of the affairs as underlings are quick to
note the aleeplese eye, the paid cheek
and the careworn face. It creates
element of unrest among them. Their
work lag, their eourame decrease and
they fe-l that something to wr*n.
Thl means to them that their y
bread is menaced. Thy will not work
as well. They will not work ae keenly
for the interests of the man who forgets
that they are aa keenly sensitive to hope
aa the flowers are to sualiht. Keep
the atmosphere of' good cheer and hoje.
fuinese throughout your ofoe, and than
watch with what regularity your book-
keeper gets out tha accounts and how
awlhftly and correctly the day'a a-o
mentof work is done.-Wall Street
bemedy Ibr Dlarheea. Never |aew
o PalL

low is American history at Columba,
and is South this summer in the inter-
@etof a pro e history of Ilorida in
civil war reconstruction, which will
be his Dotor's dissertation. Although
there is, of, course, much data 1s the
North, there are some records and
phases of the question that ean best
studied in the State, co0aequently, Mr.
Davis came to Tallahassee a the cen-
tralDoint of earpet-bag mahinations
in F and is busily engagedamono
dusty fils of old newspapers ai half-
forgotten m mories o f the "odt ain-
habitants,,' trying to And material for
his thesis.
Mr. Davis has made friendsduring his
stay among us who will be loth to see
him go away, and who will extend to
him a hearty greeting whenever he shall
again visit Florida s capital.
Don't imagine yourself growing old
and ugly just because your mirror is
spotted and discolored but get it nicely
resilvered at J. E. Theu Purniture
Store and see what an improvement it
will make in your appearance. 20
Ne Occasion fr Alarm.
[ORDIR No. 184.]
Before the Railroad Commissioners
of the State of Florida. Irt the matter
of the condition of the Ocklocknee
Trestle, near McIntyre, on the line of
the Georgia, Florida & Alabama Rail-
Wherea Notice having been given
to the Georgia, Florida & Alabama
Railway Com pany that the Inspecting
Engineer of the said Railroad Commis-
sioners had reported to them that the
said trestle was in bad condition and in
need of immediate repair, and that they,
the said commissioners, would meet on
Monday, August 12th, 1907, at 4 o'clock
p. m., in their office, to consider and
take action on the condition of said
trestle, and that said railway company
having appeared at said time and place
by Mr. J. O. Hatch, Vice-President,
and J. C. O'Dell, General Manager, and
been heard in the premises, and said
representatives having shown to the
commissloaers that they had assembled
and are still assembling necessary tim-
bers for the reconstruction of said
trestle, and having requested the com-
missioners to go with them to view the
trestle and the materials that had been
assembled; and
Whereas, On the 13th of August,
1907, in compliance with the request of
the representatives of said railway
company the commissioners visited Mc-
Intyre in company with the vice-presi-
dent, general manager and executive
board of the said railway company and
found that all of the bridge timbers
necessary for the reconstruction of said
trestle had been assembled at McIn-
tyre for some time and that piles are
being assembled as fast as they can be
delivered by contractors, and that
enough piles are already on the ground
to begin work and that work is begun
on said trestle, making preparation for
the driving of piles, and that a pile
driver arrived at said Lrestle on the
evening of the 18th inst and the work
of driving piles was to .begin on the
14th inst. ; and
Whereas, the commissioners having
seen the material assembled for this
work, pile driver there, and being as-
suredby the oAfiers and executive
board of said railway company that
they intend to puak this work through
to completion as rapidly as possible for
them to do so. and that the general
manager has issued an order for trains
not to exceed ten miles per hour in
erasing said trestle; and
Whereas, The commissioners, togeth-
er with the aforeasned representatives
of the said railway company, walked out
on said trestle, t positions on the
eand of the bent, d watched the run-
ning of there train across the
krastle, believe fl from what they
saw tnat. while it is a fact that the
brige needs repairing, yet it is not in
smch condition M to render the passage
of trains acroei It at a low rate of
med dangerous, sad s o advised by
ir inspecting
Therefore, we oooaidar that there is
no occasion for public alarm over the
movement of feHUM across this trestle.
One bent at a timeo wUll be placed m
position, betwei trains, rendering
tht part of the work absolutely safe

Frw Salo CheeI
A one and one-half bonds power Goi-
oline Engine for o at a am iat
this office.
lesalag aad tV-retd4
My leaning and presdor iboslaeasm
now carried in theup-stairs part of,
the Constantie building, nearly oppo
site the express ofee. Also sample
inesof finetailorinj "made-tormeasure
garments for men' on doply.
4-tf W. H. FtJLAND.
S Advamvea i as MatP
Biginnin Monday, August 5th, prices
on masts will be advanced as follows:
Round and Loin Steak, 16 eants
,straight; Liver, 12j cents per pound;
Tongues, 15 to 20 ents each; Brains,
16 cents. L. E. Batehelor, F. E. Nimsa
R. G. Ferrell, John Burkhardt, Dealer
at Market. 28-2t
Fer Sale I
A fine Jersey cow and calf, just fresh.
SPrice $656 00. Apply to Mrs. N. Taylor,
Box 14, Tallahassee, Fla. 24-tf
The loan of two hundred dollars on
Monroe street property. Address Box
220 Tallahassee. 11-2t
Wasted to Rest.
A modern residence,' six or seven
rooms, from September 1, by a perma-
nent tenant. Address Permanet, Box
408, Tallahassee. 20-tf
P. T. Nicholson's handsome stock of
Hand Painted China, Silver, Cut Glass
and various other novelties, are not re-
served specially for the seeker of wed-
ding gifts, but are offered to all would-
be purchasers of elegant and necessary
articles for the home. 22.
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County, Florida.
Ella B. Chalres Plaintiff, vs. 8. D. Hightower,
Jr.. Defendant.-Civil Aetion.
To 8. D. Hightower. Jr., Defendant, and All Per.
sons Intested In the Abop Stuit:
Yon weate hby notfied that a writ ad attach-
imet has beet Itasue against you and or p-
erty attached to satisfy the demand of i ain-
tiff amounting to two hundred and thirty-two
Now. unless you shall a Pear before the said
court in and for said county, at Tallhasse la.,
on the 7th day of October. A. D. 1907. Judgment
will be entered against you, and your property
sold for the debt.
Dated this 9d day of August. 1907.
23- *w ELLA B. CHAIRES. Plaintiff.
A" dersni eardlian of thea tatee of Charles
Everett FitaJohn and bridge FtasJohn, minors.
will make application to the Hob. B. A. Melga-
nis., county Judse of Laen county, lord at his
office In the court house, on Montday, the t ds
of September. A. D. 107. at 10 o'clock a. m. or as
soon thereafter as I ean be heard. for authority
to sell the following described p ropty, situated
in Leon county, to-wit: West half of utheast
quarter of section 14, township 1 south, range 8
wet. M80 acres. property of said minors.
Guardian of the Estates of Charles Everett kits-
John asid Elbridge PitsJohn. 2-St
NOTICE of Application for Tax Deed, Given In
Arcordance with Sections 74 and 676 of the
(t.eneral Htatutes of the State of Florida.
n Muor, purchaser of tax certlcate num.
ber 61, dat.d July rd. 1906. has Aled said
certifleate in my o ad made Hleatio for
tax deed to issue In accordan w law. ad
certi ficateombracea the following deverihdplop-
erty. ituiate in Lom county., tate of ora. to
wit: One hundred sad twenty-th ft and
four inches off the ast id of the mouth half of
T. C. lot 26. north half county 4nuaorter.
The said land bei assseed'at the date of the
isausica of said ertcats In the name of Jeneteo
turley' Unl"s sid earAletoe shall be r-
deem. accaMrdI to law. tax dead will sue ther.
on on the 30th day of Aumust. A. D. 10.
Witness my efikal signature and eal this llth
day of July. A. D. 1.MT.
Clerk dircult C t. Le maounty. Florida.
Applicatite fItw htschar as ac*.

Notice is beilvn that I wilon the 4th day
eptmber IW, pet my final aeJ as
Ksecutlrx ef tbat will sad estames t afHryls
D. Hart PlAids t. tot CloatasJty~L Les
county. t.d ased h--. r i nd apW
ply for a ars- a a rkh Ux trelx.
foExecutrix f bit wI aMd taImt of earri

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- Florida.

Notce of hIteM. to Apply for Lettrs

Note. is erby iven that the undsisead
wi a y N. N. B wrd. Govenor
Flo s Vdaas on the n cih de f ses.
tan .Av. m ror Lettere sont in o
flhnrtac *s{ eharter, the origuat wCw
is h aeW of th Secretary of t State
C. B. GwVrM,
G. H. GwNMw,
0. 1. DAva.
The under d hereby associate themselves
ta-tarh for the purpose aof becomingL neorpo-
ratd andfor a cororation under the l aw
of the State of Florida, with the following pro-
posed charter:
The name of the corporation shall bi the
"Owynn Tobaeo Company. Its business hall
be conducted In the State of Florida, he other
State of th United Stes, and all foretgm ecoun-
tias, whaer r n ary. Its principal aen shall
Ibe in Tallahassee. Florida.
ThIe nmral mature of the bussnes to be trans-
ated by said corporation is that of planting, eul-
tivating aid growing. producing curing, pack-
ing nBmufatan, sMlin.g, buying and handling
ea tobaseo and all other farm products, eon.
ustanlgs, bildinr, be uyi leasing and other.
wie mquirfg. eln,. lettin and otherwise dia-
poou a t strucure for shadlng tobacco, aid
itablt bullies. Including warehouses and
paekin houses for during, handling and Iw
paring for market lef toao allother farm
=r=dteaa ell as merchandise, of any and evey
Mr, *ke AMch lmMt.w, and saw and make fty
and ell lumbr and other building materifs; to
miss, bu and eU live stock of all kinds; borrow-
ina amd lending mo y. with or without security;
nisng and sear i n bonda and ether nemotab
iatrnuments: buyin and lesuing or otherwise ao-
ealrlag and holding ral estate; letting, selling
and conveyig real estate; owning and operating
sawmills; cattinr, sawing and manufacturing
lumber for all an any purposes whatsoever; and
conductita a general mercantile business, and
doing all other things neessary or proper to the
eonvenient and *ue ul conduct of the general
business of the corporation.
The amount of the capital stock shall be fifty
thosand dollars, to be divided into one hundred
hares of ive hundred dollars ech, ten per cent
of which shall be subscribed and paid for before
the company shall transact any business. Any
of said capital stock may be used itthe purchase
of raal and personal property, or in payment of
labor, at a Just valuation to be fixed by the Board
of Directors at a meting to be called for said
The term for which said corporation shall exsat
shall be ninety-nine yearn.
.0 .
The oicer of aski company to transact said
business shall be the Presldent. Vict-President,
General Manager, Secretary and Treasurer. and a
Boardof Directors, to be composed of ot l4s
than three and not more than ecven. The oire,
of VIeo-Presdent and Genra Manager may be
held by the same person. and likewise that of Bee-
reta and Treaser. The Board of Directors
ay be ehanged at any time b By-Laws. The
Dbeeteu shall bee leced by stoekbolders at each
eating. All other office shall be elected an-
mnUlly by Diretor. Annual meetings of the Di-
rt and toekkoldershall be held on the first
Tuesday in October In each year but sakI date
nbe ehanued by By-laws. The incorporators
meall s Uthe twelfth da of September. A. D.
1107. at the ice of sad ooopfny. at 10 o'clock
a. m. for the purpose f adopn By-Laws,. hold-
n ti rst annual meeuig for the eletkion of
c and esspltlng Its oraniation. Until
thM cerst Mt t aaal eetlng hall be
alla, the business shall be conducted by the
fo inaerpwM .: C, C G0mne. President: C. B.
Owya VPresidMent anad OMGeneral Manager.
ad 0. H. Owym. Secretary and Treasurer: and a
eaMd Deatrs eamsn oo d of F. C. GUmore, C.
LGwynn 0. . Owyn. P. M. PhbUlipe and G. 1.

Theb lh t amount of Indebtedness or liability
at anyd toneMal) not be more than 860.0o0 (fifty
The ammes and rsilsn eof subscribing Ineor-
IHrae lr wi~th captal stock subeeribi
N" m T .a.i.. A. At mount of Stock.

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city this week.
Byrd, agent of the S. A. L I.
t Quiney, was in the city on Thurs-
Thomas Hall and daughter left
weekfor a month's sgjourn ia the
Kr. Wn. N. Sheat., Jr., made a short
Vi s to his family and Tallahassee
friends this week.
The new residence of Mr. James
Member, on North Monroe St. is fin-
ished and the family has moved in.
Mrs. Johq B. Singletary, of Braden-
towb, is a gbest of the Leon.
J. L. Lurton, of Pensacola Division
sPasenger Agent of the L. & N. R. R.,
kiEFI e a recent visitor to Tallahassee
.WEmbroidery and Lace Sale for
thiO we. LevY BROS.
Charles D. Clark of Blountstown,
State Inspector of the Convict Camps.,
SIn the city
,Mr. Walter L. Taylor, one of Talla-
bass e's late residents, who is now liv-
ag in Gadeden county, came to Talla-
habsse this week on a visit to his many
Colonel J. H. Law, one of our best
known winter residents, arrived yester-
4 day on a business trip connected with
his extensive real estate interests in
Leon county.
Mr. H. S. Beasser and wife, of At-
Sjta, Ga. and C. G. Cantrell, of Apa-
ebiols, ha. were among the Leon's
ut*a ths earl v nart of the week.

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. The members of the Bloxham Rifle
SCompany who went to St. Augustine to DiNT UNJUST CHARGES. we commend it to our fellow-citizens as
l In the rifle contest returned worthy of their confidence and patron.
Su 1 d night delighted with their visit. age.
The ys" did some pretty good shoot- Te-Centeel Nw Wrt D ite bad weather, labor troubles
L e, too. of laspecties by Amy NMa, Resels. and freight congestion, a great exposi-
I Mr. J. M. Vinson and family will tesN Adepted by Coemslssioers tion has been produced unique n its
move in a few daysato the southwestern Declares. historical and edctlonei features,
Smt of the city. Mrs. J. Emtt tate Commiioner and rich in architectural beauty, set
ofeanbaby have gone to Pensaco at ate StatetCommissioners AMsocation, in the midst of historic surroundings,
to join b dg e Wolfe. a meeti last ght in the Miouri ts atmosphere teeming with associa-
SD .a Judge Yolfe. State buidng, adopted strong resolu- tons connected with every period of
Drs. Joseph Y. Porter, of Key West, tions, declaring that the Exposition i our country's history.
and Hiram Byd, of Jacksonville, have now worthy of any man's inspection, he r.eat -.eiituild M are fill-
visi, ted Tallaihaaee this week on busi- that many false reports have been Th sal exhibit bu t ings are fill-
esm connected with the State Board of spread in regard to it, that its exhibits sth industrial exhibits of mostin.
r Health, and male this office a pleasant and amusement attractions are of a ter"estingharacter. mlThenited States
visit. high character, and that it ranks with verment ha-s assembled tsbuild
SMr. G. L. Higbie, of Caey, Ill., act- the best expositions ever held in this v is exhibitsans atiany preo
SIg as P. O. Inspector for Florida, is in country .,. thibitio surpass, heretor made.spectshe
the city for a couple of months, accom- The resolutions follow r buildings ee by the various states
Spealnted by his wife and son. "Whereas, we believe that the repre- nation ably the beat oer built at
Misses IV Ada Moore.&" sentatlons in some of the newspapers of are wstay
Misses Gwynn, Ads Mooresand mesotany exposition.
Ci .AJS&eG,^ 'la^S rt, e the country in relation to the Jam "a-" *n-.,poaito. -
Asm Calie l town Expo"ition and to the boTmmo- -The amumement section compares
Sbseklefors have returned home after nations and cost of living n this vacin- favora bly with that of any previous ex-
a delightful stay of several das at pan. ity are unjust to the ,, position and position, its.shows being clean, many of
Sace, the guest of Mr. John David consequently grossly misleading to the them of high order and most inter-
aypeople of this country; and eitting. .
C "Whereas, it is due to the citizens of "The finishing touches are being rap-
Mr. A. D, WilliamsoA, of the S. A. our respective States that they should idly put on the Exposition, and it is be.
L. R. R., was in the city the early part have from us such authoritative infor- coming daily more complete and beau-
of tfe week, registered at the Leon. nation about this fair as will enable tifu1l.
Mrs. Albert Williamson, of Jackson- them to torm a just opinion of its val- "Assembled in the historic waters of
ville, is visiting her parents, Colonel i ue and character and to mature their Hampton Roads, which wash the shores
*and Mrs. R.W. Williams. plans to visit, with such knowledge of of the Exposition grounds, may be seen
Mrs. H. Purcell, of Columbia, Ala., conditions as we, their representatives, the finest specimens of naval architec-
who has been visiting her daughter, can, from our investigation and expe- ture of this and other countries. The
Mrs. J. P. Williams, at the Leon Hotel, rience, give to them ; therefore, sightseer has opportunity to visit the
has returned home. Mrs. Williams ac- "Resolved, that we hereby testify to Colonial, National and State Capitals-
comn ied her mother. the magnitude and varied attractions of Williamsburg, Washington and Rich-
Gs ^ eW. Wise, of Selma, Ala this Exposition, ranking as it does, mond-in the neighborhood of which are
ilr Giste eat the Leon Mr. Wise is with the leading expositions of our the battlefields of our wars, from York-
interested in tobacco culture and is country, approximately celebrating the town to Appomattox, and to visit points
preparing to invest in Leon county. ter-centennial of our nation's birth, and of interest made sacred by events of
Subscribe to The True Democrat.

three hundred years ago.
"The-adjacent cities offer ample ho-
tel and boarding accommodations at
reasonable rates, rooms being obtaina-
ble from 76 cents upward, and the cost
of living, restaurant prices, etc., are
moderate, giving the prudent visitors
opportunity to live as economical as
their tastes and circumstances may
make expedient.
"Therefore, in commending this ex-
position to the people of our respective
states we strongly advise them that
they should not fail to visit it, and to
come prepared to remain long enough to
study its vast and varied interests and
"H C. DOCKERY, North Carolina.
JAMiB M. IRVINE, Missouri.
"SAMUEL A. EDDY, Connecticut.
"H kaRU dT. E. SAxXoNT, Michigan.
--Norfolk Land Mark, July 6th, 1907.
Nelhlbers Get Feeled.
"I was literally coughing myself to
death, and had become too weak to
leave my bed; and neighbors predicted
that I would never leave it alive; but
they got fooled, for, thanks be to God,
I was induced to try Dr. King's New
Discovery. It took just four one-dollar
bottles to completely cure the cough
and restore me to good sound health,"
writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of Grover-
town, Stark Co., ind. This King of
cough and cold cures, and healer of
throat and lungs, is guaranteed by all
druggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle
free. *
91.Clean sweep sale of all Summer
Goods. I:vY HIRo. i

A esaaway Rersa Casee fa AeeM*
LaUt Saturday atternoom, while a
large gathering of people were at th
G depot, all were tartled to
see Mr. ill Yon's horse runalg to-
ward the depot attacked to b
which Mils Yon and a
friend were seated. An atS.
made to stop the frightened
which caused him to swerve to omeiM
of the road. The left front o
struck a found wire to a telei2n
pole and the bugy went into the ,
urnin a compl e enal t
young latie oiffm over teakim4
to the front. Fortunately f th
the dash-board eased their fall to
hard round, falling evidently t ,
and the bu not strkiAg them1 t
were only lightly bru though t
the on-lookers it ae as tho
certain death would be the result of th
accident. Fortunately Dr. Ausley
wife, Mrs. Saxon and several other
Tallahassee ladies were there to render
them assistance, and in a short while
they were able to take a carriage and
return home.
Ladies should always be sure of the
horse they drive.
A Valuable Lesses.
"Six years ago I learned a valuable
lesson," writes John Pleasant, of Mag-
nolia. Ind. "I then began taking Dr.
King's New Life Pills, and the longer I
take them the better I find them."
They please everybody. Guaranteed at
all druggists.. Zc.
Order your Suit from Bums & Co,
who guarantee fit and style. 23

Go to Burns & Co's. for Bathing
Suits, Negligee Shirts, Summer Under-
wear, Knee Drawers, Leather Sock
Garters, Cravats and Ties, Handker-.
chiefs and Lightweight Hosiery. 23
Since Hon. Frank Adams' announce-
ment that he will not be a candidate for
United States Senator in the primaries
of 19M, the State press has almost un-
animously decreed that Senator Mallory
should be hIis own successor. There is
no doubt about it. Senator Mallory is
the right man in the right place. -
Gainesville Sun.
We hear all sorts of rumors concern-
ing the suspension of work on the East
Coast extension to Key West. It
seems that the United States govern-
"uenit owns all available land on the is-
land for terminal facilities and has gone
to limit of meanness in denying the rail-
road the right to All in lands of its own
on one of the submerged Keys. -Jack-
sonville Flordlan.
Those who have stomach trouble, no
matter how alight, should give every
kbe help to ths digetive organs, so
food may bedlgeted with the
fort. T6 M may Ddone by tak-
: aething that contains natural di-
prIuerties-sommsthIaw lke Ko-
per Ikrgestin aa4 Dyvensa.
isa preparation of vegable
Mtw aa anfVer
wSat y eat. Mby all drggi. *
"We ever r aq t of eat tdo lit-
s-oj me tjhe tearles ee ifWe of
SJ er Preidenm t the
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1 Handsome Brick Residence, large lot in most desirable part of city.
1 Two Story Frame Residence, large lot on one of the principle streets.
1 Nice Cottage, good lot centrally located.


One 280 acre Tract fine land, 80 acres fine timber.
One 280 acre Tract fine land, 100 acres fine timber.
One 520 acre Tract fine land, 100 acres fine timber.
One 80 acre Tract, good Residence and other improvements.
One 50 acre Tract, with 2 story house.
One 30 acre Tract, all Tobacco Land.
We are showing the best Life Insurance Contracts ever seen in Tallahpesee. If you are in
terested, it will be to your interest to see what we have. BEWARE OF GOLD BRICKS and see your
home men for something good.
Agents Wanted.

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S Wif Nas P"fea AdaM H"ve to
,,mIl s1Nw tof dtA .
Mrs. Albert W. Wren, of Tamp. In
it up1M0!0l ltbuftoth weditor.of. t
Tam T iemakes som obeeuvatlons
oSo ortseof H. W. Day to obtain
Which aboId b ven co
ltdlon by Iall who may nbe lined
to Days petition to the Pardon
Thrletter was not Intnd.
bfor pubicaion, but the Times, be
SOitves t it its serving the cause of
Justei by eti it to tthe public
That of t letter relating
to Day'a petition is herewith present-
';I hear that H. W. Day is getting
up a petition to bring before the Par-
doning Board. I take this opportunity
to beg of you to assist me in nipping
% thle tititon in the bud.
SThe case has been tried in all the
courts of the State. and the verdict has
Sben affirmed by the Supreme Court,
our highest court. Day has certainly
[, had a fair trial Now, let the law be
carried out and Justice done.
"It is needless to go through all the
cruelty and horror attending my hun-
band's murder--not onee but eleven
times did Day plunge his knife in his
victim, a man unarmed and entirely un-
conscious of the animosity of Day.
* P "I am here in the mountains (at
Franklin, N. C.) trying to regain my
broken health, but with a broken heart
the chances seem against me.
I can't believe that any man in Tam-
pa, if he would stop to consider that
the prosperity of his city depends upon
his living under the law would be
thoughtless enough to put his name to
such a petition.
"A community depends a great deal
upon the press to point out their duty
to them. Your position a editor of a
S paper of wide circulation, is onefraught
with great responsibility. Let the press
hold up the verdict of our courts and
stop this attempt to delay justice.
S Tampa Times.
The unparalleled audacity of Mur-
derer Day in circulating a petition to
the State Pardoning Board for a com-
mutation of his life sentence for the
brutal assassination of the well-es-
temsd Albert B. Wrenn was paying
=t6roh our mind when the follow
in the Jacksonville Metropolis caught
"T *Atlanta papers must not know
that there is a power in Florida that
turn down courts at will, or they would
n* ot say that Henry Day must serve his
ten tae : of life Imprisonment for mur-
derng Albert B. Wrenn in Tamps last
November because the Supreme Court
x amfima the sentence. Few ever serve
Full sentence if they apply to the
State Board of Pardone.'
If one will stop to think he will agree
with the Tribune in the deduction that
the very fact that such an item could
appear In one of the more prominent
S newspapers of the State In a severe re-
flection on the methods of law enforce-
ment in Florida. It is even worse than
this-it betokens so lax an application
of justice that one may well fear that
the reign of law and order is threat-
* ended by a spirit skin to anarchy.
Despite this language of the Metrop-
S' olis however, the Tribune cannot bring
itself to believe that the Pardoning
Board will so far demonstrate its weak-
Snes inefficiency and disregard for the
public welfare as to commute Day's
sentence. The act of which he was
convicted was too diabolically flagrant,
too devoid of any extenuating circum-
stances, to give the shadow of an ex-
cuse for an abatement of his punish-
ment. Even should he succeed in get-
ting a few permona of prominence to
^ sign the petition, we will not believe
*r that the board, after reviewing the cir-
ceumstances of the case, will dare to in-
S terfere with the ends of justice.
And we ask, what excuse have thome
people of Tampa who have signed Day'
petition to offer for their effort in be-
Shalf of this man ? What excuse ha a
W certain minister of the gospel, who af-
B fixed hisa signature to the unrighteous
document on Zack street at nine o'clock
& Monday morning to give for his inter-
Rference with the punishmentot one who
Bia guilty-of breaking that command of
How may thia minister, who has aided
an outcast to break a law Intended for
the moral governance of the people and
i to lead them into ways of righteousness,
ascend his pulpit and teach his, flock
Sthe secret of the' "narrow way ? "
It may be these people of Tamps,
who, we honeaLtly believe have forgot.
ten their better selves, expect that
their signatures to this infamous peti-
tion will remain unknown to the world.
But let them not deceive themselves.

When th people shall have been pre
rented to the pardoning board the Tri-
broe will moat surely obtain those
names and publish them In full in or-
der that all may know who are the ne-
mi s of law and order and the adminla-
tration of justice In Hillaborough coun-
ty. -Tampa Tribune.
John RU,lh a prominent dealer of Vi-
Snl. la., ,aye: "I have been selling
S DeWitt's Kknsy and Bladder PUte for
About a year, and th better sat-
Was".i. than any I ever amd.
Timeware a do peoPla e htwho have
aed tei andthmhey give perfeetlats-
S I every ase. I have used them
Sv with Mne reus ." Sold by all
Mr. aad Mrs. P. S. Hickey, of Aw-
lidhiel, I* anfewd a mnT
. a _M ~ w ayf^boo tWM J4a0s-
Ja- 1imm,
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report ofaofm. W. V.
Iatre firer, fid with the
WH oows balance in the Tres-
#b credit of the several State
i r .. Funds at the close of
sly 81, 1907, as follows:
l al Fund.. -..- 19,7.93
.al F .....-----.. 74,H1.11
of Health Fund. 94,978.M1
| of School Fund

&UV, ax
....-.............. 8,.821.1
Of!eboolFund.... 17925,0.00

Spermeat 1,Stat.2
-..-.----.. ---.- 3,697.12
ZI x-p-eriment Station
a .............-......------.. 2,786.56
Soft Seminary Fund.. 1,988.40
a of Collee Property
ad----------------.----- 4.25
ed Normal Contingent
d .-..-.. . -----..... 1.64

Female College Inci-
"l Fund ...----..-..--.--...
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6Ital &du.............
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STotal ...---............---$691,225.26

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i Liniment Co. Your Snow Lini-
uimt eed an old sore on the aide of
e l that was supposed to be a can-
0 r. oore was stubborn and would
to treatment, until I tried
jpasint, which did the work in
-9U -Of.. My ise r Mrs Sophia J.
B l Auenvaille, Mi&n county, Pa.,
W teer and mistrusts that it is a can-
si send her a 50c. bottle.
by Hardee-Smith Co.
Vale ef s eed Name.
iF bet a signature-a plain
IUsei n a plain business hband-
a world offlnethingsiitand
,hteg r'tL intellect,
Si.e nhood et mani-
a l ewn and tr w would
lyitraat such name
s Mases, although bal n
tview ub the gsltte of goland the

paper, sea M wr beo de-
qathe q ma"i es it stas
oi the everlostin.

pf --Mai e S
omm~o wois

What Would

You Do
If three good physicians
should pronounce your
..eae hopeless. If they
should decide that you
could not live longer than
six weeks. And if you
should get well, after us-
ing only $12.00 wortk of
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and
Nervine, what would you
advise a friend in like con-
dition to dot


-mew Os~

-em mme~

P. Va.. saw-
aube ft
I Kioumys
US-b. ~

For a* bp

Jeffn. D.o Prrell,


General f Shop.
Horse Uagby an ex-
perwho h had years
of experiease. .

A portfa of the whi/c
pantmron soteltd
fl ..... mttf f~


tAie ItA oc ITonaii now it *n 4 11
the i 11. an In the Ilntstt, am
ba y b inr 44 yearn."
Oeg"da prtn, Naa.
M4. NIIs* Horet Cu I* elO W by
your drumist wh- will iguaif tMhat
th first bottle will eneft. If It fall
Ie will rfurd ywor mieey.
Mile Medical Co. Elkhart, nd

ins.*ae Geatet HMeh Rlmet mad
Hafa #W 211neads.fti
G. F. & A. Railroad .le round
trip tickets to Sopebhoppy at especially
low expansion ratuto parties omingto
the Spring. Tram car from the hotel
meets all regular mail and pa1i1ager
train. Those who want them can a-
cure hacks at Sopehoppy to take them
At the hotel will be found ample ac-
commodations the year round. Good
lake and salt water fishing. Five or
six gasoline launches to take fishing or
pleasure parties out any day. Mineral
and salt water bathing during the sea-
Hotel rates: 9.00 and $10.00 p
week. $85.00 per month. For further
particulars address,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,



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

Can be built for'leve than
16 cents a Rod.
William Roberts,
40-tf Cetrevlle. - Florida.

Timu'.. Pumbiamg

All work in the hae of
l6 a Gu-141hfI_ Spout-
I, d -ib-- Ma W am

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> ~ __ ---- -MI*fMC

Fancy Goods,

Notions, Etc.

Miss Adele Getard,

149 N. Munroe St.



Fancy Work Material a Specialty

Heavy aid Particular Haulno a
SSecablty by
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinkler and Graders, same
built ad operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further particu-
lamr or address P. 0. Box 2,5 Tallahas-

Choice Fresh JBread.
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers




Air Une Railway




Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reermmvations U on any Agent,
Ss~eabord or write,
S. C. BovLTo, j., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
SJacksooville, Florida.



Surplus to Policy Holders $1,684,864.00


(If you become totally disabled
the Company pays your premium
without inteast and these premiums
are .-not deducted from face of,



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


IRAYSANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
Carrabelle, Fla.

S' "* is always "the ay" to take forsafety.
. --Our inside trad leading up to busams
position comes through
taken at our business college. Our
graduate have the preference. Why
you ask It's because of proficiency.
T H E J Proflciency is asked for and hbads the
List. For particulars call on or address




CLTDh5K3D 1866


Undrtaker and Funeral Director,

6(0O. H. HOLMES,


Day or Nlkht.



Tallahassee, Fla.

Phmew No. EA

(Succem r to A. T. Relaa)
, .*A ll Kinds of Fresh Meats.

Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders.

0 0

& 0

Prompt delivery.

Ring up Phone No4. 83.
Your Breakfast,Diumena and- Supper a Succes when Orderin
eats bfrom my Stall.

Fr C.- OL1

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, ai s muyM un m MWe B
wtirWhat t i

to rIaa-t was ton ora
p ago, when t should have

I is that thee vsaations are
ad every one whose sAse
bMnalsd i rimhtof
Irr eopMB~tvldme that eh.

W amatnmet of paeroBBn
thing is that not alln valoa
Mnrlm bust tate som
thaw have boen evrd to

tI Under the old law as to theirrgight
to make such a revston but gai
othe counties hav bee doin It, and
S thelNstof landsral d i flth county
ths rear is no longer than the vA-
, re Ht in, my Jaeks eonouhty f r the
o* yean .-D'unlaBk Br.e.
e an as sbbve, here I

For ono or two gentlemen, near ho.
S tel and boardLng hou. Bath. Address
**Room," sarTruo Democrat. 25-lm

Young lady stenographer and type.
writer dreNs posilto. Addra m i s
S Mlilq Lee Catr. P. 0. Bes 10, Talls-
haleBt, Fl. 24tf
Our Board of Trade have held meet-
impa ad tken tops to give the O. F.
S A. R. R. oflelas all the enwr..ge
aBnt possible to secure headquarte
nd the shops in this city. Our pro.-
pats now seem extra ood for securing
many other good thing. coming' this

Mrs. 0. A. Meglnniss and Miss bMar-
abeMarinnils, and Miss Henrietta and
irglia Ames, are among the Tals-
hasoene who expect to leave for St.
Teresa next week.
Orner your Suit from Burns & Co.
and have the style and fit guaranteed.
Hon. Wm. M. Girardeau, of Monti.
eslle, Is in the Capital City on a short
boaness trip.
Up4to-date Haberdashers, Burnm &
Co., Park Ave. and Monroe Bt. 8
M A. A A. Murphr_ dand children
w l d i month at St. Terassa, for
S whis plte ethe laeft t Tuaeday.
Thaty of Leather Gooda,
Tiks, dt Cal s sand Bft In the
W am d1w of Burns & Co.'s 8tor
bthadirBtn0B aof all who psa. 26
PfWeaw Murt la spending his
sum lear v adtle ct Jomgatown and

This I the weather for Ran Costs,.
Umbrela md OverAnhoe. go to Prumna
& terthem Tboy aar* a baw
stock, and wins right. *6.
Mr. Alexandr McDougall ad family
have gone to spend a few weeks at I8'
Measrs. J. R. Jones and Frank pu
Val t A pleasant day at Lanark mat

Anything in the line of hirts that
tradZ deands can m be furnished by
BurnsM Co., Men's Furnidthr. 25
Conol John I. Neeley will leave on
4 o'clock trait in the morning for a
visna-1It to Jahksonvllle and At*.

Ins t Shirts, why not at w mn-
thsg youlke? Go to owcnabaw
aeary a large stock of latest syae and I
yoeasn be ltad. S6
Mr. F. W. Banks b returned home
after a tWe weeks bineiass vlt

ft- athe Vteak B62 m 1 ACa. j


r. C. Williamson ......S 9- of ad cor-T,
3, tp in 1to
S5.. V. ...
Samuel T. Rhodes ... M iO. W -
Gno. W. awhon ".... wet
z itplk. 17 21, y
Mrs. Polly Wirqins... All t hM
ran.e 1 B lytf -SUJ j. Markt .e t _',i
Railred, 1--i Am...... .
John L. Robison .....131 acres of land the Bt Iu l.O -
arkis Riload In of see.
tp. 2 a, ra 1 ir1s. Rai.' 1 *to li
W. C. Robtson ...... IS of as of'No%. lis rnt
Sa ed from .. ,...... .
s*o. A. Herring .....Be W'% ol a, m. ,*Sw% lf
d fro ............. 40 to
W. C. Robinmon .....Nw% wof o%. and "am &me of Sw
lowf&t ....... 4. 4to al
Hanibal Bolder ......Th sut 'ers of20w to 01
S. P. Rhode.. .. .. .W.. i w ofN. 4
range 1. w 4I rom 120 ot 4-0
P. M. Herring .......m of of o se.

J. X. CroRby ........s rJeo ..' G'..* s.*; .*.rann o' 0 to 210
Mrs. Mary A. Wootn.N of No S1, tp. 2 8. range 1
J. Jesse Wissinsr ....ii34r0 Mnl%'fofe' 2...' 2. 20 to
Mrs. Mary Ellon Wardf io see. tS r1n, I
s e from se .. ............ e1 to 30
Mrs. Susan RBareo...21 r i n G**of Of see 2, t2i' -,
s, 7 I 1 Ras Asod rom ..... 20 to 1111
Mrs. FPloridt Barrow.... of iio e. a, 22 tp. 2 So. rang 1 .
S" ..... ta .. ro .......... 40 to 12
Troy A. Verreall....... W of w w4, see,. 22, tp. 2 rn n 1. I
S s. Raised from ........ 40 to 120
X. c. MIa.nill .......N% of No% of N1.4% of sel. 22, t, S
ran 1 i 40 atres. Raiseld from 20 to M6
D. Pr Roegter,........X o fNw%, and W? of Ne0 of P.le
f ,rtp.S 2. range I 140 acres. li*'I
S w fro ................................ ..80 o to 10
W. 0. Gltrrell ........ W of ww% of see. 2I. tp, 2 8. rniK<
W1 .,0 acres. Ralsed from ..... 40 to 120
(leo. A. E-rrell ......Z% of wP 4 and Wt .of S% of a*-' .
t I i, rnnic 1 e I 1 I acres. .Itl.4
.on" from ... ... ..................80 to 24
W. A. ReAgister ...... W% of Nw. of see. 23. tp. 2 9., rni
1 B. so s are a. Raed f f rom ....... 0 to 140
eo., A. (lorrell ...... r of se%4 of sec. 23. tp. 2 8., rarnK" l I'
h acrea. Risled from ........ 60 to 40
W. A Register ...... V, of Ne of see. 23. W% of W% .f 9e,
h4. tp. 2 ., rang 1 ,. 240 acre.S RItim-d
from N .. ......................... )o . 80 to 240
Bushwll ID.velopment
and Lumber vo.....Nw4 of see. 26, tp. 2 1. range I K, 16"0
nre.. R .iled from ........... 340 to 20
W. 4. lgl *" r arrest. Raiad from ...............0 to 320
Troy A. Ferrell ...... of Nw' of ser. 27. tp. 2 8. rn ir 1I
eSo arrest. Raised from .......... 40 to so
W Reolater ....... nfw Ne'No %nd E. of .Nw4 of se r.
t 2 rangv 1 60 acres iot#i
from. .............. .... 0 to 560
J. ('ro eby ....... .. e of Ne% of ie. 24, tp. 2 rang,. I e .
Sacrnes. Raised from ........40 to .m
S. T. ioies ........All lying IC of Bt, Marks Railroad Nf <
2,. to. 2 8, ran e e. xzopt E% of Ne.
V, w acrN. an e pt th at part of Sw
Is' ' of Sw% lyI f e St. Markh, Rall-
road. 14 acres. Ias from .....o to ..00e.
S. M. 'oilins ........ Ne and Ne% of e of taie. 7. rt, 2; 8.
range 2 I acres. Rateed from ..o to 2.0
r, W Hamlln ... ..... Bw of e. D7 tp. 2 i, ranxK. e .
40 acres. RIlaed from .............
T. J. Morris Nt... ...Nw4 of I e A % o e. 7 tp. 21 ran KF. 20 to 40
James R. Freneh ....&.% of s.c. tp tp range 2 1. 160 0o to 40
acre.s Ralsed from ...................
Jamaes R. French ....Ne4 of N%4. WM IA4, and Nw l, so to 190
4sM10 NeNI of w, and W% of le. i1.
4 120 .&% of of o4 e. 17 (40), tp. 2 8,
range 2 0. Rafiod from .......... ..
c. W. Il.mlln .........W of Ne4 of se. 11, tp. 2 B. range 2 K. 220 t" 440
16 acre. Raised rm ....... .....
W. J. Taylor ........ N% of Be4, see. 18, tp. 2 N. ranie 1. 40 to 80
40) arp RNalised from ... ....
O(sear Inammon ,....14'4 of Se% of per. 18, tp. 2 A. range 2 K. 40 to 60
40 nres Rtaled from ...............
T. J. Morris Ept..N N of e, asee. 18. tp 2,. range" E.; 0 to SO
1 37 0h otre. RNised. from ...............
Jalmei.t FrPnrh .....Ne% of of B S% and Nw'4 of 8e., a.r So0 to 80
.'0 (0).o W% of Nw ,. (.e. 21 (40). ti.
: R, range 2 E, 360 acBrep. Ralsed from
Joseph E. Hlamlln.. .% of Ne% aip. 22, tp. 2 N. range 2 3, 1N tl I 3
.t II. N. & W. F. WalkorR.e,, of Be%4, se. 23 ftp. 2 8, range :. 461 to 160
40 nirems. Raised rom .............. 0
CharlIa H. Moore ... N% of *wV and NKw4 of e, aee. m24 t2 20 to 40
-t w"" 2 2 36 range 3 K. 120 acres. Ralaed from
If. N. A W. F. WalkerIw0 of sw*. ae. r 2, tip. 2 B. range i ** t 4o 40
(44 acres); Nw %of NWQ. c. 2, tp. 1
S. rang. B (40 acress; 0 asere
W F. Wsl r Raisled from ... ...... ....... 40 to
N.aJ6A W. F. WnlkorrSOfNo,,w t eW% ofolrA. 40 to 10
,,Ii of 3wl and `w 4 of w., see. s '.'
tp. 2 5, range 2 I. '20 acree. Rata *i
aes 3. French .from..............................
Ja,,,, R. rrn h ... o % 'o 'soc "2. i "p. ".i' ran 140 to 324)
4T e acres. Raised from ....... ; .... . o
John W. Burnma .......w of Nw%, and N% of wh, e. 21.4 0 to 1 i0
tp. 2 B range 23 160e acres. Raise
from ..................... ..........
N. H. Alford ....... .I[rof lot No.' 8a. an pe plat roe,' .i'in 80 to 40
dad book IC 1. pawP 61, In the No%4 n of
saw. 1. tp. I B, rannp 1 W, 4 Sarea faid.
It e d from ........ ..............
Perry., lotwr .atW.4i- resla Ilnd In o. 13, tp I 8, S.sng* Ion ti 15I
.' -. ,_,---'-m~w. W. Raised from ........ ... . ... .
John I.. Thomas ... .We of Nw of pr.m 1., tp. 1, rana 1 .. :"o to 420
. W. W, 40 8sacs. Raeised from ............ to 40
Danirl J. Hartlsneld. .w a4oft 4w .Neo of SIw, and of to 40
^ I*% of soc. 13. tp 1 3. range I MP. 16,
...."ergo..e. Raised from ......... ... 0
, Ii. lalrinnel....... All south ofJ0Porhos purchoe line. v 50 t 2
I4f of r of wllw onf eso. 2. to.
ranl I W. 117 7?.loo acres. Rila.iin
Allein (ray ..........S .Nw o. w a to
t I In '%- I, tp. I rang* 1 w. I ',
as" m r asia, Nd from ................ t 1
James M........ N4 and i of Sw of _ee. *~ftP 1 i. H to 1
raasf I H Oacres. Raised *gin..;. 200 t e n0
U.e. W. Alig.. ..... NW4 Of eio, and orf e4 a ,, to
t. I Vr, l 12n acr!s. 1w of
I nsr 24. tp. 1 S. range 1 W. 16 airiw.
RDawson lloal Wrlghl aised ..
Daaon Iloa(rrlhl .-w ofRWs of Nww of Nq. 164' to 2)40
and Nr4- Ne% of s*,. f' tP 1 .
...l y-ne 1. 240 3.rw l ly J. Langston ...,..W of Sois oL. 1. tp 1 I, iA ra 3 '.
. ... l acr f r res from ...r " 40 t o l
J. r, Vlnaandl.......Nwg of ew. 1. tp, l t rpn- 4 w. 0o 1t
a E.m acres. Ralis d fro ni ........ .. ....t 40
dward Oray ........Ni, of Ne of seaa. 2. tp raw t 20 to 40
strar. Raaied from .............. 40 0
Janms R. Rivera ......B of B.% of see. .'. tp. l 8, range W. 40 to
.. acrsr Ralase from .... ............. 40 t 0
Joseph R. WIIIama.,i4 of Sw. and 1I-a of Nae 40 wt
o e, L a I B. ranfg 2 W. 4-l -Ser
Miss Annie Oray. ...... 3 aoc 7,tp. l, 'W 0t to O
n i, awoett.S Bw ofi of 1 Ik tp.
Busan B. Mtle.U....w 'W. of see 10, tp. 1 SlT;.ag < 0 t
I.I frm ... 40 to 56

J .oseph M. Wflhiams.. r to
ao~~pn Wlltlmnm.,.B ~~~~~ l@ m q rNl M, i

John A MUM Of ftS. rang. psootoes
... ... Ib s.. SI*L

.I.. ru... W. to 1

40 t


S rtt ...........

* W. aRusell......

*,.' flfc'I I ri I I --O iL -^-i
**ne A. Ale a' WSi I ***S **
.C. Orl.t... ... mig 3 ......
Owar H. enws ...... 1
Maaret Reagan ....X g

M. ... d ....... W.......
,. A. A--n.n.....g r -ag ,, w.
C. Oreaves and X. Is B. .... ..........
V. Chambers ......N se M 4. a I range a
I. R. Chamber' & Bro. Ne
U. L_ _Harvy ........w ad orf p. 1 *. .'
. toutamlre...... Bpof p vaw
Je. C. Harvey ,.M.. **swJ NW s. s4 ti. rang* i
Jam. R. Harvey .... WW. 1 Nw Nw of
.% of M tp. ran" w,
acres. All th"apertft r. g 2ot
lookne river and north of Mil c wof
the R d see.8 tpI 1 B. range W, 0
r.. ..... Ac series, from ....................
Mrs. M. A. Black ...... That rt south o Oeklokno river
or tha WU of aac. S. andthe W% of
W% of of so. 6. 1 acr., tp. 1 9,
ran RaSed frm ..............
John 9. Harvey .... Tha rt lying south ef MiUd orel of the
K8 a% of so.e, tp. 1 8, range W,
Sr. Ralad from ..............
Julius Diamond ......2M aem In W of s 7., tp. 1 ,. ran; e
M3 W. RSled From ......................
Mrs. Mary A, Black..N of N and S of N%. and all
St?1 part of As e lyng west of Double
ranoh and the I of thea % of the
,- .... h Sw% of 1.. 7, tp ra, age W. 250
aCres. Raise" fm ................
Mrs. Agatha Grissett..The 3I of the Nw% and the Sw 'of the
Ni% q alld that part of the Se% lyint
eat o Double Branch In sec. 7, tp. 1 B,
range I 110 acres. Rated from ....
Mary Delilah Black...All. excet 1 acre to the Behool Board of
see. I fIt. A r. range W. 20l acres.
. .** Raised from ......................
Mrs. Matti^ Hopkins..All of Sw'A lying touth of the Jackson
Blu3 pOublic road oasee. ,. tp. 1 B. range
SW, 0 acres. Ralsed from ............
R. J. & B. F, Camp
Lumber Co ......... All, except that part lying south of Jack-
son Bluff public road of ase. tp. 1 8.
range 3 W, 590 acres; all of sec. 10. tp.
1 8. rang 3 W, 640 acres: all of see.
i tp. 1 "f, range I W. 640 acres: all of
ee. 12., tp. 1 8, range 2 W, 640: Se% of
1e% and Nw' of SwU of see. 13. tp.
1 range 8 W. 2#00 acres. Raised
from .................................
Christ F. S(hw.rdtt...EZ% of Be. an% 8% of 8w% of Be% of
see. 14, tp. 1 B. range 8 W. 100 acres.
Raised from ..........................
Harvey H. Coe ......N Swaw of weS, N% of .w. of .e.
of se. 14, tp. I S, range 3 W. 540 acres.
Ralased from ..........................
Mary D. Richards.....47% acres In the Nw corner of see. 15. tp.
I B. range 3 W. N wot Neo and N
of N of 8h.of Ne14 of see. 1. tp. 1.
range 2W, 47% acres. Raised from....
N% of NeN an Nr eof N% of of
Nw of r ec. a. ftp. 1 8. range 2 W,
147% aersa. Raised from...............
Jullus Diamond .......N% Nw A. amd Nf cf NK aof 8% o
.. ... Nw% of see. 16. tp.1 B. range 3 W, i00
"1sacras. Raised from ....................
Mrs. Mary A. Black. .Na% ofs ae. I8, tp. l 1 range 3 W. 160
area. Ralsed from ..................
Jullus Diamond ...... e0%, W%. except 10 aores In the south-
S* 0 west corner of sec. 18. to. 1 8,. range
.P.WilliamsLand 3 W. 470 acres. Raised from..........
J. P. Williams Land
Co. .................All of sees 26. 27. 28 and 29 tp. 1 8 rang",
3 W. 2560 acres. Raisedfrom ........
Oreen B. Hopkins Ent.All lying south of the Ofklockneo river of
sec. tp. I range 4 W, 280 acrer:
/, W4% of Bw4% of yc. 1 0. tp. 1 range 4
W 80 acres. Raised frnm ............
D. M. Stoutamilre... .8e I. % of Sw% and all of the N% mouith
nf the Ocklorkne- river., me. 11, tp. 1
S. ransw A W. 340 aser." il of W%
mouth of the Ocklorknee river of Pse.
12. tp. I 8, range 4 W. 230 acres. Raised
from ..................................
W. D. Stoutamire.....All of the E% south of the Ocklockne.
rtver of sec. 12. tp. 1 S. range 4 W.
A .- 300 acres; all of seo. 13. tp. 1 B range
S' 4 W, 40 acres. Total 940 acres. Raised
fro m ..................... ..........
D. M. Stoutamire ....E% nd he 4 % of the E% of W4 of
aee. 14, ftp. I range 4 W, 880 acres.
Raised from ...........................
J. D. bioutamire ....Nw%. nod thu W.s of Wa of Noe : alao
60 a rCa In the BNw%, and the % of Be
.., and 1e4t of Bw% of sec. 15. tp. 1 B.
range 4 W. Total 300 acres. Raised
from ..... .. ....................
W. W. Williams ...... w% of swA of sae. '1t tp. I ,. ranie 4
w, 40 acres. Ralsed from ..............
J. D. Stoutamlre...... 0 area land in the Bw% of see. 16. tp.
1 range 4 W. 60 acres; 800 acres In
ase. 1 Ip. I B. range 4 W. 300 acres.
Total seacres. Ralaed from ..........
C. A. Bryan Esat...... .A exept % of Ne%. lying south of
Ste Ocklonse river or se. 20, tp. 1 8.
range 4 W. M0 acres. Raied from ....
w. W. Williams .... of No otf 'e. tp. 1 B, rang 4
W, acres; all of the Nwi lylng north
of Soapstone and Hubbard creeks of
see. 21 tp. 1 range 4 W. 120 acres.
Total W00 acres. Raised from..........
Mary Green .... ... All of the Nw% lylnfl mouth of Soapstone
1% creek ofr se. f, tp. 1 B. range 4 W.
60 acres. Raised from ................
WV. V, lend,!..' .. N4 of N1b of SwS of see. 21. tp. 1 8,
range 4 W. 40 aVre. Ralsed from ......
0 ofSw and N of Sw4, and % of
o t see 21. tp. 1 ., range 4
W 10 acr. Raimd from ............
John B. Harvey ..... 8% of Bw of Sw% of see. 21, tp. 1 8.
rage 4 W. 30 areas. Raised from ....
Mary Green ......... That part of the W%4 of 4U lyrin west
of atuabard creek. 9 acres; that part

4 W. 0 acres. RaNi e from............
Barah Ford .. ........ E of % ad the S~ of n% of Ne%.
and that peat of the W% of 54 lytne
east of Hubbard creek, and that part
of the a % of Uw4 of Na lyln We t o
of Hubbard creek, In a. 21. I ,
rdn.- 4 W 140 acres. Raised from....
J. D. 8toutamare ..... N of Ne%, N% of 5 t of Ne% of see. 3t
S. range 4 W. 10 acre. Raled
W. 'Bioo ........All of a '. .tp.'I'B,n-'4''W,''4O
acra. R led from .................
R. J. a3 B. 7. Camp of "
u. co...... ..AUof aec. M, tp. 1 range 4 W. Raled
(leo W. 9zon ......An of 3 .. s. 1 B a 4 W. M*
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........T. C. lot 144 .P.P. Raised from............ 250 to 350
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TALLAMA FLA., WAgra "15th1. 1907.

N ete -Dead he 02y.
Tallahassee seems determined to con-
trol her own water wedus system. The
vote of the real eat owners last
Tuesday gave a plurality in favor of
bonding the edt of 34 against 8 the
whole vote east bein 41 The citizens
at large express themselves as being
pleaded at the outcome of the election,
a th general sameat seems to be
nthusastally in favor of the city be-
ing in central o its Wats pply.
See a full Up of bith room furnish-
ings at R. J. is' pl bing shop. 25
If It's plumbing yes want, see R. J.
?hilps. 25
A ordia latta toi extended O=

Mrs. T. P. Stricklad and son, sa-
cospaed by Mitesa Graece Saunders
and Geoida Lo Walker two briht
yous tlady visitors from iakland, Fa.
visited tbe city last Sunday and in the
evening reta d to the Strickland
home lamieals neighborhood. P
Mr. J. L. Hall, of Wakulla, was in
the city again aon Wednesday on busi-
The Tallahassee drug store has again
changed hands. Mr. V. F Balkeom and
Mr. Edgar B. Bowen have bpugbt out
the former management and will do
buolneos together under the old name.

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OWlepr of the above deoeuwlid Itms of prrio ta he oad oan

Clerk Board Coosty Cemmislome, Leon County. 110.

Euadsone Window Deceratia.
In a large window decorative talent
is lold in high regard. Large salaries
are paid to salesmen to give evidence
of their talent, and their services are in
great demand. Nevertheless, all the
artists in that line are not o ted
in the large cities, fortunately for tho
merchants in smaller place who have
windows to be made attractive. Fre-
quently, here in our own city, we aee
windows whose artstie d-eorations
weao do credit to pn-eaonaL. Just
now the pser-by should not espe-
cially the plat*-, front of Levy
Bros'. ad va roe'. large dry goods
eitablhment#. whose window have
been reoet dressed In the very
beat style of those clerks whose bus-
nee it Is. In Levy Bros'. the credit is
due to Mr. Lrawford Guerry, while at
Duval's Mers. H. H. Islal, Frank
Duval and J. R. Jones share the honor.
One window in each etablihmet is
devoted to men's furnishings while the
6ther shows off, the dainty belonlng
of the "eternal feminine," and a are
arranged not only to attract the eye of
the passer-by, but also to implant In
his mind an appreciation of the beauty
and utility of the various articles dis-
played, and the desirability of their
transference into his own possession.

a reliable person to do office work at
the Steam Laundry. Work very lisrht
Mrs. Friable Chittenden, who has
been visiting her husband's relatives in
Tallahassee, has returned home. Mrs.
Chittenden will spend a few days en
route with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Rawls, in Tallahassee.
Miss Margaret Yancey, of Albany.
Ga., who is well known in Tallahassee
as the charming friend of Miss Lucille
Saxon, will be the guest of Mrs. Geo.
W. Saxon during her stay at Lanark.
Representative A. S. Wells has har-
vested and sold his fine shaded tobacco
crop, is getting his cotton warehouse
business in shape for weighing cotton
to soon come in, and of course is happy
and smiling, as is usual with him. Mr.
Wells is a hustler, but many wonder
how he keeps both end meeting,being
into so many little business affairs, in-
cluding lawmaking. All agree, how-
ever, that be is a jolly gIod fellow, and
wish him welL
There have been rumors galore this
week that the El Provedo Cigar Comrn
pany and the Leon County Tobacco
central had been sold to parties un-
known. An interview, however, with
Mr. Day Apt, the geIal young busi-
nee m a of the El Provedo, results
in the i nation that the report is
grossly exaggerated. There have been
some changes whieh are not yet
to be give1 to the pblic, t wh
will be furnished to he True Demorat
as soon athe transaction issettled.
Mr. Hirschburg is at present nla Jak-


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the state. Thren Mis A
in public life in Floia who
enemies than Treasureer K 9
predict his friends will
opportunity of voting for M
emor. Those who know o b
would never suspect that btkl
tions looking towar
office. He is a complete .
treasurer and It woold be adis
to the state should he reInte
for re-eleetion to his pNresatpI
Pensacola News.
Mr. Edward Gray waes I th
day and made us a t v
says they have d
in fodder in his

PaOtteM fts4 Lease.
I desire to easier WM ease
tion batled abst four mi
A *shssifor a tom

et dtt efor adis eeo lr
or se J. G. Colhns.
Mrs. C. C.CarolI, of Montielo.
bsn the guest this week of Mr. i
Mnr. C. M. Strange.
Mr. John Bennett has returned from
a visit to his parents in Gainesvlvle.
Mr. Henry Raker, one of Wakulla'
best citizens was in the city yesterday
and made us a pleasant visit.
At St. Terea I
Unfurnished rooms in St. Teresa Ho-
tel for rent at $1.00 per week to eamp-
in parties. Wagon meets train f
Tallahassee at McIntyre every day ex-
cept Sunday.' Apply to
22-tf St. Teresa, w l'.
DeWitt's Little Early RMers, don't
sicken or gripe. Small pills, easyto
take. Sold by all druggists.
vor Sale.
A desirable lot at St. Terea. A ly
to Mrs. A. L. Ipadolph. *S4t
Per Sale.
Mr. C. A. Cay's excellent horses. See
J. P. 8S. Houstoun. 24-1.
Be sure to inspect P. T. Nicholehm'
fine stock of every thing In the Jewis-
ry line before peb--I'ng elsewhere. U
Don't forget those wedding pe
at PT. N oTo B'sof Hand
China, Silver and Cut Glass.
Dr. Thomas N. Evans. Detstk e
up stairs, next to teegrap _.
* Phone No. 257.
Everybody loves our baby, rosy, sweet
and warm,
With kt places oa her asek and dim-
lem her mar.
Once -was so o a sand croees, aed to
my with paia-
Mother gave hrC w tow s's
* well a ogan. ip aln .
Rutabaga eed l Call at TaM .
Bethel Co0.'s for your Rutabasgas


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We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Chests at knock down prices.
Lace Curtains, Portieers, and all kinds of House Furnishings

always in stock.



An Opportunity by Which You May Profit.
I am Going to Give a $75.00 Buggy to Some One.
THE PLAN is simple. With each buggy sold, from now until December 20th, 1907,
I will give a coupon simular 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 )

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to Ai. ehede. of a y ,$76.00 (1arggV in my stocke, piwovided
Me. amma6. v. namdaue Au,..,at',Itt.- a &lM ah, e~capond
W14h Al.Vt SaimSdMqWAI on date porize is to 60 diwawv, ec.,
21st 1907.

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-clas $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
I have pleased some mighty particu-

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.

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


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