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 23, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075917:00130
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S(The *Tobee L Bns, 141 two thM Hi. n- ll ew Atlanta, a.s ahIrM a bd elat
'I. I"o 0S of sa d t o of u. WWi, &R,
AaO A-Oe T aeii Ta many eofm eanttobe
MM^fees, wi t surs yn ha st thra eted te seris p Ga.. shoulder ofad sm
(Te ot caJ of t ttmaIm -et( 10 1is ,.xhich u o en nesr- w bos l ?7
..G. f the Brfa e Ollr oof the a sweet ly trat M il_ and B to W. . a o~etome. on i-e .And. "w
u CdeMdalyionind re be m =edtof s isedatatdie T he
PIat oAg afutre. b s T t e ht? peof, nd w e ieatte o e o I, ffesAe eonav w,
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Sie D a ofth eltPattese wt th offclat. Thee two l a differ- to t n Alo araiad bwan the on L 'm"r
are L.. Y gnint. and eay at the al t way ti of a for uch rpoes: eNi
mant e A B. his friadh Mr ',- ea te aa w. .a. lack oo re- TaseI wa most desirable f aI.-
p n tortoo eaffes door fandre p edthe foar alta, however standpoint of economy pASler o,- BeeitOL tIr e.
ois a.iyers.t* D*- gsfd y.W her father's hands rotnts .. erFatla. and geaeral utiltyf o s
t A.eo. D. Uam, add It is to dtdsanot.sed td ibe told to any on pa t l eI im ege eaofc rs.dut.o aecauns-- bealoolev andgtatecity of O si.e __
that the w rk hat hwe ban who knows Maa Cites that sih made a which lawa1 to ae e sr hlw on beetle h eCtf eorat Sao.. eS S-
.tadu ted th pst levey bride. Purity d swataas of foremeat of law dilatory beiou situated approxlman eaitway fi s ,
of thaee totmeoo sr r ioaebe w .and uncetain eo fuse private between the terminl of aiwaym to g ravel a

f Cuban t ed Lst Tobaeio of white wp Et disk ort ate silk that, a the the people andw a oount ofits ha ina water Rwitho t sing,.
SM T aandAl arthteaed and exquoiaitly the wrl fotaierw all govern. works stem furnishing to at iehabi- aes ;
i I te notable lt ob- made. erI was daintily draped anOt a their chosen tants and suburban population an in- utie. I- t ,.
SB be t unde Mr. midi a o bye a-desieae sapray of aentes, 0y trust i- Wexhautibale supply of plre water, a Nemw or) 0a
meat- undeh ln sd- ora seb l bomsyPi on thea aet it istimefor sewragesystem ofthemoet modern hs sCol. wr ;ee .e
bI tr thobteueo rower the brides aivser, mwte esovo y l toke the law in type, both and electric light system
.Sofe highest portanicesto y a atmers and a e bride .ei osw m s a law he and a volun Ires department which to A. .Co ar and J. D. C
0"~e ^ SnuzPO" tt. yo Stink i from the whitwerobed than anw wvm stment amd put has given to this ity a second e te perhs oe mwoJe A bam
thendPat forsanrhteever Ibah-edsurvivor of thm
hamtel already well known to brideamaia by wearing a sheer, pink- it into ir hod eI M andn e nerati ta it; two lar he Monte o States
Strade thro bm hiswork in flowered silk tissue over pink tslk. Her This, no doubt, s false reason te and nu o private board pu te l at to S
Swith the to bredin bouquet was of pink carnations in the iAg, as of couIne, no mbt dealing with In ousa.e and ao a large number of has ne a Dr. 8 I
p jentt conducted bo the Bureau same soft tint. any one case of elmei has the rightto cot2 es, which can be rented at rea- oiO th Wik M h. s
et l t Induste. Whie his experi- Misaes Susie McGriff, Leila Jackson, proclaim its decliom as the will of the sonawe rates, and also on tccountof Js J. A. p' S Sof the
: a.a athas been sone Ies r somewhat Ebie quaile and Besaile Zachary were people; at the ear m ti.e, the mob un- its affording excellent educational fa- re*nm.cort a--sc co-ta
't, from those pursued by Mr. the bridesmaid, all charming in white questionably justifM et lawless aeed cilities, the Florida Female Colle*y and are oHe sothe i s r -t
She will nevertless hav as a Parie muslin and bearing cluters of by ome oce law analogous the Leon County HiGh School being p sovisional woventlo C that
"E istnt oa number of practi- pink parnations. The ashea ~ were to that which we hae pointed out. situated therein; therefore, be it th I. f,... "
Smen, and it is to be hoped essrs. Hen Lster, Kent Johnson, And that such reasoning has gained its Resolved by the Board of Trade e mNosw t o&'thSe ?I
O the Department, while developing B. A. M hlnnl and Albert Cheek. present strong hold Upa the imagina- of the ecty of Tallahassee That the mit Aot C febru :
enti a of its tobco work The march vastly played tionof the people ha barely du Board of Trade of the city of Tal- b a are
inot eglect the industrial side o as the atte t came in b twos a to the equiescence by the pPlpt, press lahassee heartily indorse the location lina Geoug -. Florida Ma.abs
e subject which is of such immediate gentleman and lady in each arle. Af- han educiTtors generally In theory that of the general Tofics. and machine vn-g'a w.t Ar
Shnoane? alike to growers, packers r tar these came a tiny sprite of four there is a law-we mean law govern- shops of the Georga,. Florida and Ala- f h
S manufacturers. years, casting rose leaves in the path ing the affairs f the asri that stands bama Railway in aid city,and greet Vest r of Miu e lthe l st
M. McNes a has just returned to of the bride, and ari herself with above the written law of ta land. This to secure for said railway, w tt t o die and sas ter-I
iahgton from Florida, where in a dignity and self-po a sion well wor- aeoursed absl ty in title nd most se thereto, adequate fre protetion for e S ofTns wtmas the a
Iwith the organization of hia thy of emulation. T youthful at lous tragedy in cone r application such build as it may rect for the eo r toasr en s the oM I
e pany, oe has recently made a care- tendant was Ma aret, youngest aoghr has, been clIed the law" or abov-mentioned pupoe, and all nee- Jre oa f S of
a; r N a o the entire toebacco fel. t er a MrA.o tsherl unwritten law." I s n early xtensons of t*oe.eletrie lnhte -lmsniheerl .
of the outlook, he said to the flwer maid came o. the bre on ever will be the most fruitfl ga, water and Aewre. dtan-wa nM
o Lea t's corr dent arm of her father. a swn of outrage and inhumanity and e aid Board of rad assures to honors and lawiores d o ah
.e .heavy demand of the trade for After the ceremony the bridal arty a gross lt to the wisdomve of the aid railway, its representatives andV itm t thathe had
type of tobacco has far exceeded and a few of the more intimate friends that have developed the codes of today employee a most hearty welcome from thIr ltmta fedate datos.
present supply, and to my mmnd of- of the newly-married pair assembled at as the hi bt output of an ever-ad the people of Tallahaswe and Leon n ied after serving a
S a field for enterprise superior to the residence of the bride's parent for anig saton and enlightenment county. W. M. M NT Jr. enato with marked l
t of any tobacco region in the coun- few hour of m ry-making, and to The very word "taw" siniines the Attest: Predent. Potma General Rean it
S The crop grown this season in await the leaving of the out-going east written or spoke edict that emanated JoO. A. EDMONDSONi t.hatheRhad-ouylvedthe ient
S f da i an excelent one, both au s hound train, on which Mr. and Mra. from authority, so that even the terms Secretary Pro Tern. t ra ic- .re, idtl n: al thas"lWit
II n y e c t lren obined sboh ws leavin g ofe -goJ ac thatsheohadmitsoeutonathe wlly ofthe sontertedon l soWoneaccouliv t president-Il-.90d,
Iity and yield, and it ms estimated Burns were to take passage for their "higher law" and "unwritten law" are The council signed as follows. vice-pesi ent and all the .
at the State will produce not les trip to New York. They were accom- absolutely meaningless when applied A. C. SPILLER, ceralting senarls o l the war t
ran 10,000 bales this year. The pio- anied to the station by their young to human govern meant It is, then, one St D. Crarh e IN.e:No commfanderaltsofth, randdied ,atan
r in this flare now receiving the friends who did not fail to shower them of the frst duties of the sanie pulpit, AARON IgEVY, vancedera e as as ,an ex-Untid th
I.ward of many t ears of unrequited la- with rice and good wishes. p r re at e ducatorn generally that have J D. CAnme, waoator a ll m htihe to a lt
r and ex ment, and I think no one w --n eLtolen, ated and even applauded those IRn- S. C. JAMped. P- kab 32 -t- -r- IoL-
for e rte.led his willingness to shed his last drop of errors esulting from puttmhe law. Members of City Council of the City of years o tiath and rll
The management of a large tobacco blood for a girl is never in a hurry to lesnesa they stand for into execution, Tallahassee. Atle to Gn hieati h s.rvivr of n.
ties in Florida demands ability shed the frat drop.a-Chicago News. to wage a continuous and strenuous war App roved: trort d GatrintaStive l Hi fem m
skill beside the outlay of consider- against them. The people must be W. M. McINTosH, Jr., Mayor. tt reta osffaceesaadoo
Stal but although the cost of asl f with en trane la mayde t understand that law and order h i antiI o.
If s larg whencwtpad with temiotdest ei madW l undersan a nthooecn urwefor saidr.ai stady lie
is lae whe comparedowith as b eeenrorded the traeT y ar LyoS .us terms, and that there hu. 3u. W. Stephes Katertalns. active, useful and honored nup to
of lsun-l tobacco in other re- own m odat efforteI LIVINGo TON. can e no law whose base is anarchy. Mrs. J. W Stephens very pleasantly citng year of his long ad
ye ta ees obtained show a c-- T roeuswt e shown thhe folly, tme con- entertained on law.t Wednesday evening ,.r t .s
e proft on the investment. It The announcement in last week's To- Uradt bon in terms of the same people in honor of her charming guent, Mi os proh e n. on d li men, .I
S_ servatively figured that the cost bacco Leaf that Geo. T McNees, of enacting law for their government Caspenter, of Tallahamee. G nd Mia o the alr e srsad. n ona e aerv aIn
lapping a plantation and growing the Bureau of Soil.s, is to become gen- and then permitting the nu lification of Isoline Wyche, who is the guest of i statesman a gallant soldier, a Chris-
crop the irstear, according to the eral manager of the American-Sumatra tho laws by a handful of their num- Rluth Julan. It is not necessary to say tiwn.eteme,' hehs lon to ari-
Spractice in Florida, is about 1,000 Company, of Leon county, Florida, is her while under the stress of an intense that all present greatly enjoyed th ea en he hoe o ar
y but when we take into con- of especial interest to New England excitement. They must be made to evening, as those who attend Mrs. ttinefw I, aheely. rvivormn. C lo.
ton the fact that the Florida grower, in that it tends to confirm the realize the fact that those who so over Stephens' entertainments always do. d bers strike remblance to Co
Ss have this year received eighty- growing belief that Florida is destined ride the expressed will of the sovereign Progressive 42 was paed. Pri ell in hs dand courteous m
S ents per pound for their leaf to be a more dangerous competitor of people a expressed n a scred code of were awarded in the "intg contest" th an
S band, with an average yield of Yankee lanterns than Sumatra has ever lawe re as great criminals a the as follows: ie Fis r, first gentle- a i a urvivne thu ta
tper acre, it can be sen been. Mr. McNess a nt two seasons gulty wretch on whom they may visit man's prise, bill book; ladle' first mladtier a asoe rvin. lre
Return for the first year nearly in the Connecticut alley and coase their wrath for purposes of vengeance price, siver hatpin. Miss Julia Futch; o sn of anol
t entire vtent oan y is familiar with conditions here. -nay, that their law acts must nee- visiting ladies' prize, Miss Carpenterway ie Alafsrneta, n
i fno other part of th esontry ha o iwre ve Northern growers who early have a much more far-reach- box of Lowney's. artin and Ant GL H.
S application of acientic principle to visited Florida last winter returned in, d erar and demoraliins cons- Ice cream and cake were served at Oe Mat hsato llub. need ntl
Sc espeily in the mas with heightenea ren pect for Florida amoe than a n dividuai act t a rime an appropriate hour. Miss Ethel War- Or women' st ed s
of ihl oraddedun more est- tesalw rthe announcement that Mr. can possibly have, no matter how atro- ren gracefully presided over the punch orhe ie all about usal bunan
mults than in Florids. It t MEc1es has released a Government po- cious and revolting it may be; for every bowl. and Mrs. R. T. Radford assisted rith ee say to such2lus:
lt e on the toba o lands of that tion, with an assured salary, to east freh set of violence commtted by an in receiving. e e
and Southern Georgia to produce his lot in tobacco growing in Florida o ganised mob that ustiwes itas deed by Thoe present were: Misee Ethel Why thus longing, thus foreverghang,
h the conditions most suitable for dispelst any lingering belief that the oan pai to somethIng beyond the laws Warren, Lillian Borger, Georgia Bor- For the far-off unattained and di.
win of this crop and this isea new Southesrn wrapper is a short-lived of eland is another step of the whole rer, Sadie Young, Ruth Julan, Isolane While the beautiful, all around you ly-
W y true of many arge areas of fad. people toward the dark, desperate and Wyche, Leila Stephens Estelle Car- *g,
Islands heretofoeas devoted to other The bluest tobacco growers in the desolate kingdom where Anarchy holds enter, Alie Apple ard, Maud Moae- Offers up its low, perpetual hymn ?
It aa tong been tihe impressiAs country are t o e narn of Southwck, her Icentiou s an blood-stained revels. ley, Orrie Brown, te rown Julia SoNuy H BsR.
sthe best totbaco in this region can wa and ed Hill, Mass., --' -. Futch ClMeavi Sheppard urtle Maitland, Fla., August 18, 1907
T produced on tsoalar but oc ropa were In the thi of the re- Ly toosy Jehn McDe xeall Strawn, Liaisse Clark and Miss Mann, r'r
all ezDriesnce sh a estrat et halltorm. There ve been few TAm AhaessE. FIlA i and Mears. Beatson, Bixler, Barntt. Mr. Carpeater Bart.

S la on newly cleared land. cestorms more thorough in their de. Dear Slr-very job Devoe is done Rosemonld, r'. H. Young. Arlice War- The friends of the Rev. W. 4. Car-
I I mto the .adI.Im of iJ struction than the last one. The first withI in e allkehan ever before with ren. A. H. Dodd S. T. Chalker, pentr in this city will be to hear
thesdupbcated byo ea estimateof thn 000 damseage still holds ea ot or tl.ss Whiteside Fisher Ii. L. Dodd, Withee, of the accident which recent befell
.mes mand turning ei an. good. The a d County Tobacco 8 J. IndianolaFla.. ys: Gordon Harris, Lyman Helvenston.- him in Tam ps. We cpyw
the purpose of addm r Mhum s to Growers' Mutual Insurance Comp "All ham he are painted Devoe. Lake City Cltisen-eporter from Time-Union of the Ih last.:
haw recelyed claims from the aiThe hot air is too trying for other .-- Rev. W. J. Carpenter, the popular
s the preet of tabseo stricken district for loses sggrgat S One coat Devoe is better than M ator of the Hyde Park Methodist
loria11 41 as ax- 0i$ It a ea M that this igf iy other paint, so far as we In Philadelphi August 2Uth, 1907, in r, was in a runaway acidentyes-
andti Iease 1a nI present entire Isua know. "* the eighty-thi year of his age, Isaa r afternoon on Grand Central Av-
ry arrived on the e a Less gallons, e cot rgn. The funeral will be from the enua, which threw him from the vehicle
tet that I have reuIned a A e-operative tobaeo growers' on. Y r Prvs1aytern church, i. Tallahassee, on inwhib he was riding, and severely
O*eitoSle W h a eaa r h bem oa a Wtidner* F8. DevoE & Co. Saturday, August 34, at 10 a. m. His euthbi temple. The hore which he was
oerpries YInsn oew Thdifters ar: J. F. Ma e of 1 P. -G-more & Davis Co. seo friends and those of his daughter, Mrs. driving became frightened at a pa
Will cotthe M Iiew N Yew_ 8is. P.o0.R. E.Roe, are invited to attend team street rollr and ds
Iknow a rthAt r. and Abraea B of dar. Wgr.'- -- f- Both Mr. Carpenter and his son. who
Smt t of the com A are to invet all kinds Hon. W. V. Knott returned fro was in the with him were
y for of W dor me have at they have no hairpins Hillsboro county on Wednesday. throw to the pavement, but th boy
e eappreat areas. E. W. P. w ch to do thngs. Print with your hoe printer always. amaped Injury.

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i. -- .-- I 1 1b dmwm

a L de s ,

m s wasw powerful and masterfull un-
i tlit ran. upagaint the paopw Then
SIt W" ksd Itself.
CAdesof ranklinaouanty, in a

BI fom l called Om Hon Jams Vmnl.
MsremoupsrGrgga atoane oee fork Ca-
p Issaa n the Thid 4trit. Lomar,
E* itb*,T ______..
: rsambals and Duval are saon to bave
prohibition lectis. d the tempw-
u as people of both counties will put up
their very best fight to win. If they
S umesCd, State prohibition for Florida

anea sentlmaent grows datly.
Tampa Evening Nws: Maybe the
S Governor can arrar re so get that fur-
I aiturs on the inestlent plan.
The Governor may not be able to buy
S furniture for the executive mansion,
but he has provided a permanent bit of
"furniture" for the DeSoto County
I l l." Oh I What will they do with
Sow ? ,,
The Louisville and Nashville Rail-
road Company has secured from the
United States Court an addends to the
restraining order already in force In
S previous litigation, which forbids Ala-
hams offl ial from attempting the an-
forsemeat of the ii-cent passenger
rate until the higher courts can pass
Gpon the validity of the law.
Every county ln the State shows an
i araase In valuations.-Jacksonville
SMetropol s. Also IncreaseMd taxation,
Stat., county and city, and full credit
i gb, the machine politicians who are
i power for it. Extravagance in public
affairs makes the tax burden something
similar to the way the "fiddler" was
paid in Florida's carpet bag days, and
Mr. Broward and his Board have not
finished draining the Everglades yet
Not so very long ago complaint was
made concerning delays in the work
of cona ruction on the Panama canal;
sow, according to reports, the work
is out running the appropriations
for the year, and must be checked
In the midst of successful progress by
lack of assigned funds, or else proceed
on credit until funds can be made avail-
able by CongreMs.
Editor Jordan, of the l'unta (;orda
Herald, thusaewalls the effects of the
telegraph operators' strike: "All West-
orn Union and Postal Telegraph opera-
tors in the United States, except Mrs.
E. A. White, of Punts Goids, are out
en a strike. In consequence, nobody
knows what Roosevelt, Hoke Smith
and Broward may be doing today, and
you can't wire to Jacksonville for an-
other jug of whisky. For a time, at
least, the mnewsp1pr will have to print
fish and snae atoe to 'ill up with.
From an extended and appreciative
obituary notice In the Tlmes-Union of
Tuesday last we larn that the Rev.
John C. Lay, the venerable father of
Reve. John B. and E. F: Ley, departed
this lifa at Jacksonyvlle on Monday, the
19th l.et., in the eighty-ftth year of
his age, after a Ulife spnt almost an-
tirely in Florida as an Itinerant mlnsa-
tar of the M. E. Church. In common
with may Tallahausse friends, Ti e
Tres Democrat extenda to the wryly-
l. i meumber of the family Its sincere
e.,d *es.rt-t..*,,

Thedelay in losing both papers were
eaMM eaSans, too. We had the
ehultbayr ythe Cnmty Co-mmas-
svea *mauties in the tax Ust In

Gov. Brward would make the mis-
take of his ife to call theL
ato extra mem. It wU t p-
on the eopl a larger i ta m mt
topd the axpens.--Jaskaavge Me-
Well, what care they for mh a little
thing as tat? Hv Met the usarpa-
tote of power -easm--iem ft sm tm
as they poks, rsgardle ssf w 6t the
people thi ef s so th for ahaet
ax ar? There was a tm wbae t

Puh h ms prom r alvWa.

MS bs- e mst
sea woam te doetr d j

paiamftheatt sewnml -ea
ofa t tahe oiqi s nOuOy
that the moes to pt aw mb s
i. t dht-or wea that eeet-msere
tab ofas xblisosma of thdalogi-
tm is bedua dsighihL
dt a mls oe e w

When, du acourset few day of thei

-'s ilw was rushed
that th appupriatosm emacted mmU
ethrou tha e wesiatsd revee for thd
edrt two years by semth of like
sad a quMrter million dollars, every-
body got busy, and the Governor seat a
special and partleelar message to each
bore, urging s coret remedial action
crIn th praise. fohe frightened gs-
latorr locked to the reams, theim Gov.
ernor's proposed law was rushed
through medl three winks, and everybody
drew a long breath of relief. .

NowBut the Govappar, th Governort aft
the relief doe not afford reef d to
havorre alleged &aperfet of c lia o the
lemedilature into lat asily enasocn

time In September, to reetw and act
on the report of the Iternal Improve-
memt Fund Invses*tiEat6 Commission.
What, becomes, therefore, of that pur-
pose, as an exuase or reason for an
extra session? Does it lack elements
of popularity which might condone the
extraordinary expense to the people of
such a movement? Was a better reason
deemed necessary, in order to reconcile
the masses to the expenditure requisite
for an extra session?
What can or should the Legislature
do, in special session (constitutionally
limited to twenty days), to cure the
the present situation? One or the
other of two things: Either repeal the
acts, or some of them, making appro-
priations for the university, the
women's college, the high schools, the
rural schools, the Tamps and DeFunlak
fairs, and others; or levy an additional
tax for revenue with which to meet
these appropriations.
Which will it do? And if it dose
either, what result from such legisla-
tion will best satisfy ahd gratify the
people, whose hard-earned money is in-
The Legislature of 1907 has been
lauded to the skies for surrendering to
the blandishments of the Governor and
his advisers, but the people who chose
its members to represent them have
yet to be reckoned with. How they
will relish an Increased tax rate, as the
result of the Rresent situation, is a
question which may quite overshadow
the probable or possible action of that
body concerning the report of the In-
ternal Improvement Fund Commission.
A dispatch dated Jacksonville, Tues-
day, says :
N. B. Broward arrived in the city
Sunday from North Carolina where he
has been rusticating since his visit to
New York, Washington and other
points. He stopped at the Aragon
while here and lett on the afternoon
train for Tallahassee, where he will
again take up the rein of government.
Now that the governor has returned
the legislative commission, inveetigat-
Inmr the acts and doings of the board 6f
trustees of the internal improvement
fund will resume Its examination of
witnesese. The governor will be there
to examine and cross-examine all who
testify. During his absence from the
state the takin of testimony came to
a standstill. The govemor l not a
member of the commission, but he is a
member of the board of Internalt im-
provement fund trustees.
While away Gov. Broward kept
pretty well In the limelight and was the
subject of newspaper articles, Inter-
views, etc., both in New York and
Must he be present? Does it look
well that he should be? Will not Florl-
dianas form there own conclusions from
It ? Are he and the machine running
things to suialt themselves ? We shall

iT all

W war claim the
loa which has a
ladto 5State treasury ever ahca.
ties to on that subject from Talls.
hesem, sad after quoting our paragraph
lys grant me the privilege of
orrectig ae Impression which- you
appar to entertain concerning the ap-
roriation to which you refer. My on-
trat with the State, under which my
claimhn for commissions on the edction
of the Indian War Claim arose was
made in 1879, and was confirmed and
continued, by both the State officials
and succesesive legislatures, through
every aocceeding administration ustil
the moey was actually h the State
Underit I was to pay all expenses
of proseting the claim which I dad,
amounting to more than Wk0,0 as tes-
tified before the senate committee by
the late General Robt. Bullock, after
an exhaustive examination of my ac-
counts. A part of these expenses com-
rised the personal expenses of the late
Col. W. K. Meard, whoas my assistant
spent many months in Washington ;a
elsewhere engaged in proung and
preparing the evidence, etc. AHs ser-
vice began in 1879 and ended with his
lamented death in 1882, so that during
the perod of my connection with the
claim before its payment, something
like 28 years I had the benefit of Cot
Beard's aid for about three years.
"The $26,000 appropriated in 1908
was not *allowed to Colonel Wailes,' as
your article indicated, but wAs specifi-
cally diaposed of in the act, by an equal
arbitrary division of the amount be-
tween myself and the Beard estate,
$12,M00 only, to me, in utter disregard
of the terms of my contract with Col,
Beard. This act was the result of a
secret caucus ot forty members of the
legislature who met at the instance of
Governor Jennings and pledged them-
selves to him and to one another to
support no other measure or plan of
"From the foregoing you will realize
the reason which has impelled me to
take no notice of the appropriation
but to wait as patiently as I may, until
just and upright men come into power,
when my rights in the premises will be
promptly recognized, and justice will be
"All that I have asked of the legis-
latures of 1905 and 1907 was to be al-
lowed to go into some one of the courts
of the State' that privilege was denied
me, why ? I do not know, unless they
know that no court could be found that
with such a contract would deny me
"Very respectfully yours,
"S" 1. WAILES."

The WaUls Claim.
(Live Oak Democrat, Aug. 17 )
The letter from Colonel S. I. Wailes
to the Democrat concerning his famous
claim against the State, published yes-
terday, was la Interesting reading, admi-
rable in tone and very clear in state-
ment. We havenever yet learned upon
what ground thi large claim for nearly
.200,000 was ealed down to the com-
paratively small sum of $25,000 by the
legislature, sad we don't care to lend
our columns to any revival of the con-
troversy now, fut Colonel Wailes is
evidently firm and sincere in his con-
viction that he has been treated with
grossinjutt the State, and there
u certa mVr o thing impressive in the
quiet dignity with which he rejects the
money offemd him and Insists that he
shall have the fll amount due him or
one at al Nothing in this world Is
settled until It is settled right, and
there are s e notable precedents in
history to eaouage Colonel Walles on
his present ieees Bad faith In a gov-
ernment i n mrea exeerable than in
an individual, the ~ and reason
sibility to th of
the for e mer flMs wrogs
th el a t mter and wit-

Be in car m ea b wlai so Wartse

claim, 7'lem we get," sa we are

erat to a ftde. __d__in-g ettha o'-

Heo. A. A. iMt, chairman, spet




we werW

behelf WIm aI
fd hme (enn w
mami thatch w t fi. H
n1dall ofthe ltads thmB
Bhi fakad ctwifha dtiitlli
tht the unad Co;L Wafbte f asd

admit that ueh was the fast.
these load eontraets we ait ted t
in 1878, all of tha lands then b oha'lh
to the Fund had bee for year td up
in the litigation which resulted th
Voe Jagments, and it was thein work
of Col. Waia iIn Wa miagton, under
thcee contrfets [and in spite of the s-
tive and vindictive .oppoatia of Sen-
tor Wilkerson Cao and the exarpet-
beg Governor, Harrison Bead]. which
resulted in the patenting to the Stateof
large bodies of land, inelding thi tour
million acres sold by Govenor Blox-
ham's administration to Hamilton Disfe
ton, the proceeds of which wore asedto
clear off the Vose claim and others,
thus releasing the lands for sait and
settlement, and for the bulkding of the
railway lines which now traverse every
section of the State.
When the Wailes claim came to a
vote in the senate, on the report of the
Biount committee, Mr. Jenningsa had
got in some of his work, and that body

voted to scale the claim down to $79,-
000-less than half the amount due un-
der the contract, and not much more
than enough to reimburse Col. Wailes
for the money he had spent in the pre-
paretion and prosecution of the Indiae
War Claim. Then, not yet stisafied,-
Jennings began to work among the
members of the House. With the aid
of his Secretary, Dickinson, now do.-
parted from Florida, heohired the opera
house and organized a secret caucus,
searing the attendance of some part
of the members, who, yielding to his en-
treaties, pledged themselves to vote
for an appropriation. of $25,000, only
one-half to (o to CoL Wailes, and one-
half to the heirs of the late CoL W. K.
Beard, who had been Col. Wailes' as-
sistant [Col. Wailes paying all his ex-
penses] during several months' labor at
Washington spent in the preparation of
the evidence. Can anyone wonder that
neither Col. Wailes nor the Beards have
ever had the slightest intention of. ac
cepting the sums as appropriated.
In his message to the Legislature
Governor Jennings recited the fact of
the receipt of the Indian War Claim,
stating that the State had, in cold
cash and the return of its own bonds
with coupons, the sum of $1,089,800, and
that the whole credit of securing this
magnificent result belonged to the then
Florida Senators and Representatives
in Congress; but later, when he thought
he was a candidate for the U. S. Sen-
ate, he claimed in his first speech, all
of the credit for himself Add this.
when he knew that the United States
never pays any claims without the pre-
sentation of vouchers and other indis-
putable evidence of its validity, and
that CoL Wailes had been working for
twety-thrw ears under the Drew con-'
tract and at an expense aggrigating more
than $40,000, to search for, arrange,
verify and present to the proper au-
thorities the evidence upon which this
ladies War Claim wa based; finally so
satisfyiTg Hea. We. Windom, then
Secretary of the Treaury, that ha re-
ported the claim to Congres for pay-

IMh, in brief, is thehistryof the
mOO rosnt lef of the ance meg-
nleest Iadian War Claim, now care
ied em the teasuse' booek froqm moath
to pmth, sad fro year to year, of e
e to my ems, ar oely awaltingan
hemest a rieA4M adjamemt of"The
Wa~es Clam."
The Legslatue of Mt9 mastd Chmp-

wed dm: the 5 uh ,

"0MeI l ths set ashaM be eu -

th iasthe pr.ieof e sic
What doesth.ism bT DoemN
tat souatuae for. t cefMo l i
for the frst time by this ab f
etad for that peiod from April
to October 1, 4 ?
It seems that such is the intlapw
tion o ally adopted by the Lo "
Executioner-Comptroller, who haI
minded his subordinate the
lectors, to collect such H eoon
the act means what thea "V
thinks it does, S itnot Invalid as
o postfuto law? Let the lawyersbm
judges answer.

There appears to be an efforttoeeas y
up still another excuse for the m l
of an extra se ston. Here is what th
Leeaburg Commercial has to sayo It:
it is now rumored that emor .
Broward will soon call an extra
of the Lagislatnre for the p .rpoe

bit on in a ah
proh bitilas, the cale of an o
session a ttimenp o ,
ular move. The Legislature has
recently adorned and did not, p
do It if they had been inclined to 4a
There i no evidence that they it.
met it if called in extra aeam. Ih
ernor Broward wanted the
ture to act upon the question ba 1 O1W I
have continued it in session whie t
was in Tallahassee. The opposition to
calling an extra session at this time
would militate against the passagea oft
the amendment by the people and mit
serve to defeat it. Let the Legsalat
submit the amendment to the peop e
under favorable condiRons and it =illbe
adopted by a big majority.
The Iseople of Florida are beginning
to real ht taxation has been grat
ly increased during the present adt -*
istration. Of course the gov0-M (
does not impose taxation, but did
the candidate promise that under ;
administration taxation would be d
creased? And who can deny that the
influence of the Governor was very pe -6
ceptible during the past sessio n-es
predominant, in fact, that mes s
acceptable to a large majority of bor s'
houee could not be passed over .: ^
vetoT-Times-Union. .
The voters of Florida will make
note of the fact, too, that under an -a,
of the recent Legislature, and tihe at
struction the Comptroller puts upon. It 4sT
that they go back to the Afrst of Aprn,
before said act was passed, and a "
collecting a half-year license tax. a it
constitutional? Is it Just? The Caess
of Florida are sticking it to the ta.

Two commimnaltions eame t t'
.offce today, the day of publication, t
late for this issue. They will appear
next wek.
Weedaes SulaLd
The Woodmes of the World w l
an We cream appereptember
their all. All a
to sand a8 viiagfaW esh

Mears. W. B.0ox and P. L
weree Aa far a few
ows parn of this weL

uMs to'= hei eime" ..
aider the Wafts. d kl

dw the mental dsmiaoe .
G oUam t

~ CRASh DMlwm,.,


I ,



to tmw onb
- ., wtloe atomoe i s he doeMn't
I, loW tb i se. "
. eaoy a man wao nevvr beat a street-
py eompraytuteotof a ikle wouldn't
healtati to rgb a bank.
S It oeutnf It lNldie' Ox-
1 Iwlk Ltvw hfoe.
Mr. W mKeithSIs tempoaul.y sup-

alliusterest when help ils-w
g;-m7 S CHeW~ wiU make that%-U


Sfromthee troubles beto know the
Serbie has done me. Sold
dSmth DrOug Co. *

be mentlb report of Hon. W. V.
PW State Treawre, filed with the
Wmsr, shows balance in the Tress-
to e credit of the several State
T uEtional Funds at the close of
lns July 81, 19I07, as follows :
sealRevenue Fund......$ 19,768.98
M School Fund.--.... 74,188.11
ml.. Tax Fu.......... ------322,9.28
he Board of Health Fund. 94,978.61
of School Fund
nltvuted).-........---. ,8321.94
rest of Soool Fund-. 17,492.19
telaJ of Seminary Fund
JWested)..--.-..... 194.56
0 of State Conviets Fund 85,572.24
"a War Claims Fund.... 25,000.00
fase Tax Fund....---..... 4,880.57
Iultoral College Fund.. 2,518.2
te College Morrill Fund. 15,045.
red C-.eie Morrill Fund 15,794.22
Sh Expe nt Station
md ..................... 8,697.12
as Experiment Station
md....----....-......-....... 2,76.66
Ert of Seminary Fund.. 1,988.40
neds of Coulege I~psrtv
and -----------------. 4.25
red Normal Contingent
..------------------- 1.64
Ida Female College Inci-
wtal Fend.------------ 1,026.05
~ Wd9

. .mwamr.ni tuon incien-
tal Fund.................
P Unlrsity of Florida Inci-
dental Fund.------------
Blind, Deaf & Dumb Inci-
dental Fund .....--..---


S Total------.--------... -. ......$691,225.26
Ces Old Seores. s
Westmoreland Kansas. Ballard,
S Snw Liniment Co. Your Snow Lini-
ment cured an old sore on the side of
H. my chin that was supposed to be w can-
cer. The sore was stubborn and would
not yield to treatment, until I tried
S Snow liniment, which did the work in
short order. My sister Mrs Sophia'J.
Carson, Allensville, Mflin county, Pa.,
has a some and mistrusts that it is a can-
cer. Please send her a 50c. bottle.
,,. Sold by Hardee-Smfth Co. *
SValue ef a Goed Name.
Nothing but a signature-a plain
*,, name written in a plain business hand-
but what a world of fine things it stands
bi for: Honor, integrity, justice intellect,
power and manhood in its hi est manl*
station clean and strong. Who would
S da dia ly entra t such a name
with one wh em e reed oppre-
*ing. sellashnes, although hal iden
from view by the glitter of gold and the
Spectacular display of riches ? "A good
name is rather to be chosen than at
Sriches," says the Wise Man, and c
!imple freedom of poesssion. Wemay
all have a name that, though written on
perishable paper, can never be de-
stroyed, bemuse the qualities it stands
for are reflected from the everlasting.

For theood of those suerin with
eema or s other uch trouble, I wish to
Smy wife had *oethin of that
diA after using the doctors' rem.
f atsr M time eluded to try

.7 _eaaLeb theDrhee gCo.
J L P S the Praidat of the
t rahs aw Mi. Company, was to
w. on of Th day.
ID. C AAstant General
the S A. L. L ..
lstind at the Leo a on Thers.
Sreceived large'aoruemt -O
!-l.fB Skbirt. lawV Br s.

in~~~~m t '-I' d als~N

Neglect It
It is a ,ious mistake
to neglect weak heart. It
i such a short step to
chronic heart disease.
When you notice irregu-
larity of action, occasion oon-
ing short breath, palpita-'
tion, fluttering, pain
chest or difculty in'lying
an left aide, your heart
heeds help-a strengthen-
ing tonic. There is no bet-
ter remedy than Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure. It& strength-
ening influence is felt al-
most at once.


FOr UO O l

b a

ft wrz
1kK K*M~ruy
500.. Obloms

For saeo b U drutgist.

Jeff. D. Perrell,


Gen Shop.
Horseo by an ox-
pt who d year
of eXpiMe. . .

A por tie of the public
patrol" ,Is so olteod
sad satm iat Raram
0 1. .


s.& DW. AMnK T-stw m .
Ir HNw% Mw Is I ss b

M Medical C U rt, ladI

rterMa's O seast HelM Reeers sad
G. F. & A. Railroad *Il round
trip tickets to Sopehopy atespeially
low excursion ratesto parties omigto
the Sprinag. Tram car from hotel
meet all n ulaw mall and passenger
trains. ho who want thm can s-
cure hacks at Sopehoppy to take them
over. I
At the hotel will be found ample sc-
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 per
week. $3.00 per month. For further
particulars addrea,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,

Economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General 'Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very
BE..T and

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

Tnnig, Phlmbing
Sheet-Metal Work

All work

in 'the line of

Rooang, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work

taken to pleae my pat-
. .. .

Fancy Goods,

Notions, Etc.

Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.



Fancy Work Material a Specialty

Heavy aid Partiular Haullnq a
Specialty by
State Agent for the
AmAIn Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, Al TO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and Graders, same
built and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further particu-
lars or address P. ( Box 286 Tallahas-
see. Fla.

Choice Fresh IBread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
11ls"e ge Netie..

N.otu* bn hwr fv i that six moeUm after tho
dat of Unt & pubMication horo jWpI spemnt
Ow "ldSu t t o tho County J 4cc LDon
1 a. amad apply for M MY a
dMlalncwtar t tate of fr. W. Sbwrt
_ srJs P. ROBERW)N Admlainlttrlx.
AprilA 2Iie/. fm
Feeder of A. .is Dead.
M aGa., August 16 .-Mss Julia
mcKiUaley, a cousin of the slate Prneal-
det M ile the founder of the first
chapter of the Daughters of the Amer.
eB Revelation in the Unilted States,
owe eof tim.best beloved women in
Atut.,died today at her homre I this

Bed Cren Soety, Oand for he effoota
o MOMr W awarded ageld m dal.-
ThWe rWS's National Da*.

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IRAf.SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
Carrabelle, Fla.

S^** is always "the way" to takefor afetey
*.. Our inside trade leading up to busiMa
l I position comes toraough
taken at our businem college. Ou'
Graduates have the prefemrena W
1 "lr^'U] I f you Ak? It's becauseof profhclam. i
T H E Proficiency is asked for and headed tW
*I ca list. For particulars all on or address
" Tallahassa, Fla.

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Undertaker and Funeral Director,



Day or Nljht.



Tallahassee, Fla.

Phoae No. 4W

(Successor to A. T. RoUins)



All Kinds of Fresh Meats,

guaranteed. Give me your orders.

Prompt delivery.

Ring up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast,lDinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.




The Choicest and Freshest Goods at

W the lowest IIv1.ff 0 .8

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I, *sdiwes

Wa. ses.will a geA

7e .isnahswdms

aripuwvAYto ke aisw o

imsue o Cmi~e;W s f owIs

lmdq( 9&Wloftotimmt
U-t bm~wasW~me-

|? O WoRernor announced amt the
wae called to ear the rep

i Oi, mtprWvovllem at wInmtono t)

B146e wm I eo ecte .e,
ved: Thte Col at ead t of

imrvbe et IMIhen tho tax-
tW O

0 1ar 1907l we 0 Jollwo:m,
I. d: That t the Board of Cotol
KSJtl to spend for IT ed-

andwld4dtmo 40 15ina0 Coll-,
aev ailbe follows: 500
t October lst 197, and r
that eth pBo of Control
to toWbeee 1 I d ,:-
&t r oftthe Florldw Col.
Sfor Wome o cot 000, pro
t td UMmt o more than I 1s0 hall
a vaillabe prior to April st, 1908.

next et anor ois

884 oit he opinion theM

| nlmlts J. Irmnh Hanly, Oovernor of
SSIM -Polk County eord.
f there at e thousands of Southern
D' omm tao, who differ with him, and
afa m of them believe Governor Folk,
a same other good Southern Democrat,
SbMas ha never been defeated for the
. ltsdeq would stand equally aa good
of being deleted as would Mr.
,aiand who most aOuredly would
au a SBouthern Democrat as the

A ht Bro, Collins; we were only
We awea not Jealous-not a bit.
serioasly, asyou ay, don't let your
iay over tobacco. It' daon-
e the future ~peart of your
.Tbhere ls no bt In Ue world
the buasness can .be overdone.
Is areudy overdone In Gads.-
h Ir ora aorks 8nd ag slow.
S de a r to pah hog and

The bDIve le the pleasing comment
oat appeIn la this week Time on
-r editorial of last week. doea burn
, Is gtd." We hope our people
V l take kind advice gives Ia It,
6 now, Zoo and Cadoden will o
to hand af the welfare of both,
S a gthln. s g olal

On the 19th Ina. at man Antonio Tex-
1^ Mr. Wa Chipty Vases, youngest
f Col. B. Was0. malgied
4 Mtoe LUllaaPlMr ot AntMal.
S i r 8 oe a de the
.ll -d

b off fw a two
ouOvead --

rpwe= ll I V.
00 v a dive as.

SJohn L. Robeon .....1 yII St
-ps ,,

W. C. Robisn ...... i 'm i e.rang
From .......
.oo. A. Herring .....X of ofr c dcL. o
a i. te4d from .......44....*.* .
W. C. Robinson .....w of W and neott 1,S of 1w
stw% of ase 2,, tp. I1- E,
Sacred. Ralsed from ...... ........
Hanibal Bolder ...... The south r J acres of w %, see
21, to. 1 ra 1 ...
S. P. Rhodee ......... o Nw W of i N%
and % of 2
ran" 240 aere. 2'acres......
T. M. Herrin, .......NeV of w%4, ano N el N of sec.
21, tp. 2 range 1 g IM B Raised
r from ...................-' .........
J. S. Crosby ........I sof ,of sec. 1, ftp 2 ', ra21e
Ia iroen .........................
Mrs. Mary A. Wooten.Ne of Na, sec. l3, tp. I age 1 E,
4s acraa. U"d from ................
J. Jesse Wiggine ....l14 aeres of d In Mw of see. tp. "
S_, ran-S 1 r, 1 eland from ...........
Mrs. Mary Ellen Wardll r In e. f. tp, m 1, rane 1 E
/ from .......................... ..
Mrs. lusan Barrow.SS22 acre in of sec. 23, tp 2
Mrs. Plorlda Barrow.. ofl tp. e I E,
1 era. R f rom .................
Troy A. Ferre 1......WA of w e. 2 tp. 2 range 1 E.
. _. 9 % = from ................
3. McDaniel ...... N G N of Ne4 of see. 3, tp. 2 A.
aq_ acres. Raised from........
D. F, RaW ster........Wi X Iw and W1# of N% of see. 23.,
.p. M, ran Ie 160 Sera. Raised
W. 0. (J*rrell ....... ,W? o Sw% of see. 23, tp. 2 9, ranse 1
X scre.~. Raised from .............
Oao. A, Oerrell ......E% of iw and W of % of sec. 23,
to. 1. range 1 I, 1 w res. Raised
W. A, Register ......W. of Nw4 ofn asec. 3, ftp. i 1, range
1 s, 0 acres. Raiseld from........
Gao. A. Gerrell.... ... of Se% of c. 1 tp. 2 .2 range 1 E,
S-sorea. Raised from ...............
W. A. Register ...... of No of see. 23. W Iof W% of see
24. tp. 2 range 1 ,40 are. Raised
uswl Devfrome ................................
Bushwall Dvelojpmont
and Lumber co ....Nw% of see. L,5, tp. 2 8, range I E, 140
acres. Raisle' from ....................
W. A. Register ......W% of eac. 26, tp. 2 8, range 1 E, 320
acres. Raised from ...................
Troy A. errell ...... W of Nw% of iwe. 27, tp. 2 3. range 1
rO., 0 acroe. Rained from .............
W. A. Register ...... 8 of Neo and EI of Nw% of sec. .27,
tp. 2 S., range 1 560 acres. Rained
from ............ ... ..... ...........
J. 3. Crosby ........, of Ne of nr, 28, tp. 2 rangaJ E,
O0 acres. Ralied from ................
I. T. Rhodes ........All lylng E of St. Marks Railroad of ne.
2L, tp. 2 8. raneE 1 B, exopt K of NM
1 0 acres, and except that psftr of Sw
of w1 % lyln B of t. Marka Rail-
road, 14 acres. aied from ............
8. M. coggins ........Ne4 and Ne m of Se% of see. 7, tp. 2 8,
s_ range 2 200 acres. Raised from.....
(. W. Hamlin ........w14 % f e, see. 7 tp. 2 range 2 K,
40 acres. Rased from ................
T. J. Morris Esat...... W'4 of Se%, sePe 7, tp. 2 range 2 ,E.
40 acras. Raised from .............. .
James R. French ....& e% of see. tp. 3 S, ranges a I 160
sorne. Raised from ...................
JamMs R. Frenrh ....Ne% of Ne4. W of No and Nw%"
(2110) Nea% of w and W of sec. 1l,
4(120; 01 of Ie of ao. 17( 4e), tp. 2 8,
range 2 3. Raised from .............
V. W. Hamlln ........ W of No% of ase. 11 tp. 2 8, range 2 F.
ml acres. Raised frim ...............
W. B Taylor ........8w% of *e% se& 18, tp. 2 9. range : E,
40 sores. Ratsd from ... ........
Oncar Hammons .....Be of Ns% of see. 13, tp. 2 8, range 2 3,
40 acroe. Ralsed from ................
T. J. Morris Ent .....W. of %., see. 18, tp. 2 ran .
It0 acre. RaIld from ................
James R. Prncnh ...N..N4 of 1% of Be% and Sw% of e, seec.
20 (210):; W of Nw. see. 11 (A), tp.
2 5, range 2 B, 360 acres. Raised from
Joseph iR. Hamlin.... V % of Ne seo 22. tp. 2 S. range 2 Z, 10
a(ren. Raised from ...................
H. N & W. Wslkheri .of Be. mA.e 2. tp 2 8,. range 2 i,.
, ,40 aerrea !hlwed hrorn ................
('Chrles H. Moore ... N% of swG 4 and Nw' of ISe@, see. 24. Ip.
... '2 8, range 2 F.. 120 acres. Raimed from
H. NA W., Walker8w of Bw w e. 24, tp. 2 rsanlge~
(40 ere.):>; Nw %*of Nw%, see. 21, tp. J
U, range 2 K (40 acres); 80 acres.
Rained from ....... ...... ..........
H. N. A W. P. Walker N 0of N"4,. w t oM Ne. W of Rk.
El of lw%, and 3w ,of h w14, sea ?11
tp. 2 I, range 2 B, 320 acres. RaissA
from ............................ ..
James R. French .... l of sfA. m,e. 29, tp. 28. rang. 2 I.
lf aerr. Raineld from ..... .....
John W. Burns ...... wt of Nw%, and Nr% of 1w%,s. -.. V,.
tp. 2 8. range 2 R. 10o acren. RaItse
from ........ ..........................
R, IH. Alford ........E of lot No. A. as per plat recor.led in
Odd book R E, page 7., In the Ne% of
wse 1, tp. 1 R. range I W. % aere land.
RHaeled from ........ ...............
Perry I,. Ikatwright..416 acres land in 1. 1. 1 isng
1 W. Raised from ...... ... .
John LT. Thomas .... Ne of Nw% of se.. 1t. tII S. ranre 1I
.- W, 40 acres. Raised from ...........6
IDanlel J. Hartqf1vld..WI of Sw%. N Kv of w%. and Nw, of
Ii4 of e,. It. tp. 1 S. range I V, 140
a, s. a Raised from ....... .....
I. Hartefleld .......All uth of Porbs purchaI line. c pt
w, of *w w of Ow of ee. 20, tu. .
range 1 W. 117 F7-100 asres nla
from ..... ......... ....... ... .. ..
Allen nray .......... e of Nw4 Nw% of Nw%. and lit No.
1 In aae. M., tp. 1 B. rannfe I W. 1IW
a rs. IRai ed from ...............
Jame. Moody .....N...N and NA ol sw% of ase. 2., to I a,
range 1 W. aI Raised from ....
(r.0 w Alligoo, .....Nw' of 4. and14 of se of goe, ,A
tp. 1 rane I W.120 across NwAOf
wU.U _wk, and N.e of w of
ed. 14. Stp. 1 I. r s W. !So e0IP,
Dawson itoatw t uRaused from .....1.0
Dawson ttmlwrilht ..W% of N'w.. W f Noe,.
and N* SA of s"* 2. top 1 I
... .- ralnla I. W. SranS. a Sres. Ra'e fora.,
Ely J. Langaton .....W o a. tp. 1 A rig 3 *.
J. F. Vinuandt.......Nw of se. 1, tp. l 3. ram,. .W V.'0
_. aresn. Raised fro m.. .......
ward Gray ........Nt of N of a. 1. tp. I o. r,,tf,. W'
.i io2 alaa.d from ............
Jamaes Rivera ......B of 4a of ae. f tp. 1 8. rc r t W.
sceras. Ralsd from .... ........
Joseph B. Williams..I' of w 'Aand S 1- of NeI t fIW
of see, 8ip. I ra ,ee 3 W. 3 1-2 ar.
Ratied from . . . . ....... ........
Miss Annie Gray......Se of So4 of sw. ?tp 1 3. range I W,
(40 ao a). swU of U' of sc. 8,S,
I, rjj I W <40 acro Rnlad j-i
Suln 3. Willmll ....W U of -h o ae. 10. tp. I raig S
w, aoa. Ralsad from ..............
Mrs. Harreft D. rara.Wu 0f M5 Ofa re.. tp l B rsn- I
, N i ^ fr-o 11 m .............
Joaaph B. Willilam... 3% O 4'Ha an HfI Nw% of aao 16
tp 5, i ang I 3 W, la acres. naia
John J. ims ........As gs..fthqj .. ,Foeurcha. 'i''' '

Win, l. Oray ........ N h? 'ift.1.'2 and tof st ..
dward Andraw ..... 5; r, ,
Thomas Rartaed .. .WJ W 5 i '

3.3 &o F.. A se. 1 p uam 2 W. r

Anniae Oray ......N 1w.wawq tpI. 1 a1, 1
w, too g 0 u. or. tl 1 K
R M. A R. P. mp m....
Imm.ber Co. ........NAll : eft M Sea of ofe. A -

C. M. n....ton ......Ms
o tt......... ........... ..

106 to Mt

130 to
10 to

40 to

40 to
20 to

120 ot

60 to
40 to
20 to
60 to
10 to
10 to
40 to
40 to
20 to

180 to

.20 to
40 to

220 to
40 to
40 to
30 to
50 to

150 to
40 to
20 to
60 to

40 to



MC R.omases

"aS nhmews.

I. a. hme.4De

C. F. Harvm'a
B. d.IL Camlre. 3 &.eg

J"e. C. Hayve ......
3m.L IL Harvey-




sO to

so to

60 to

SO to
200 to

1"0 to

40 to

M to 10O

Us to

Is to









46 to

30 to

Mrs. M. A. Black......T

John B. Harvey .....

Jullus Diamond ......3i
Mrs. Mary A. Black..W

Mrs. Agatha Grlsstt.TI

Mary Delilah Black...All 1 era oa o

ar. b .......
R. J. & B. F. Camp
Lumber Co. ........A. Ax, t that t ertiu aouth of JtaI-
raS WI a6s 10, tps
Ir I W, I" am ; see
from W. .. . .. .... .....of
,. 1 ndNw$ jof Iwn 18, .tp.
I, range W, aom. Raised
from ......
Christ F. Schwerdt...E3 of Bs% and of Sw of So of

see. 14, tp. 1 8. range W. 40 acres.
Raised from ..........................

Mary D. Richards... ..47% aMres In the Nw corner of a*. 1, to.
Mr 1 8. rang W, N %of Ne% and* N
of N%o of Norsee. 4 i tp.
range W. 147 acres. Ralsed from.....
N of Ne% and N% of N% of- of
Nw9 of sec. 14. tp. 1 range I W.
147% acres. Raisedfrom..............
Jullus Diamond ......N of Nw%, and Nd of N% of g% of
tw%1 of see. 1. tp.2 8. range W 100
acres. Raised from ...................
Mrs. Mary A. Black..Ne%' of see. 18. tp. 1 I, range W. 160
acres. Ralsed from ..................
Julius Diamond ......SO%,* W%, xcept 10 acres In t a south-
west am.or of ae. 1, to. 1 8, range
W. 470 acres. Ila d from...........
J. P. Williams Land
Co..................Allt of seca W26, 27?, 2 and' 2, tpo. 5. range
I W. 2W* ares. Ralse4 ftom ......,,
Green B. Hopkins at.All lyln south of ther Ockloonee river.
10 1 ran 4 W, 280 acres;
W of' JW1 % of ae. 11, tp. 1 range 4
W, *t acres. Raiseld from ............
D. M. 'Stoutamire.... .e', Z% of Ow* arid a11 of the N% south
of the Ocklocknve river, see. 11. tp. 1
S. 8, ryavir, W. 240 acrer, alI of W%
mouth of the Ocklocknee river df sece
12., tp. 1 8. range 4 W. 210 acres. Raised
from ..... ........... ...... ...........
W. D.n toutamlre.....AU of the 8% aouth of the Ocklockne.
river of sec. 12. tp. 1 3, ranl 4 W,
300 acres; all of oee. 12,. tp. .1 U, rang
4 W, 640 acres. Total 940 acres. Ralsd
D. M. Stoutamire.... and' the aof'the 4 .IAof. W .of
ase. 14, tn. 1 range 4 W. o80 areas.
Raised from ....... ...........
J. D. Isoutamire ....Nw'%. nnd the WV ofW of Nes : also
0 aser In tt, W .aI the of Ie
4. M and 4f of f w mw1r soa. 4,p. 1 8.
range 4 W. Total acre. Raised
from ... .... ......... ............... 6 ..
W. W. Williams ......Sw%' of Sw% aa. IS, tp. 1 range 4
w, 40 acres. .............
J. D. Stoutailre......40 acrsa reland JN% of tp.
see. 1 I 4 ,W 'es. IO acres.
Totol -' acrea. & e a d from ..........
C. A. Bryan Wat......All, eo of W 1, 1lyl south of
the oWckolokn river o6 ae. M. t 1
W. W. Williams ....4 7 r sNo of e. @. r. angae 4




in to.


Wto, *.4

2,50 to 3,.63

100 to 1@

540 to $10

80 to 10

80 to u"


240 to TI7

13840 to 5,14

200 to


30 to

660 to 4

800 to 5A"

to ,


230 to

IS to 3

To aa. 1tpa l ran. 4 W. I aeres.
*T l id fro .......... 100 to 23
Mary Green ..... ...AUl of the lNwS Iy south of boapstone
crek ofse. 2, ap. 1 range 4 W.
o60 acr. Ralsed from .....I.......... .. to 10
W.'V.. lSnd(t.. ..N% of NP of dSw of % e. 21, tp. 1 ,
ran 4 W acre. Raled fro ......
so 4O1 anjdN% at sv, and 0% of
ss seo c1. .tp. range 4 r n"
S1w, aes a, ise4d fronm ............ e to 1lo
John B. Harvey ...., q of sw of mw% of see. 21, tp. 1 L
.a ra4we e r Rd fm'.... to
Mary oGren ......... IaNte r of tIW of lyen wstn

reek oa e. t21. tp. 1 rane
.A4 W. aor Ralsd from ............ 40to 0
Sarah Ford ......* .*****% o an oO Of ne.
ale tat artof the W' of 1 lyn
e at of ubbard e ad tat b art
oat k, In Nel IrIS.6, F1
tu'b "int seeI S .1
ra o ",, .m.. ....: T 140
J. D. Stoutfamlre ....N NO%. Na ft.rom... 70 to 1
J. J. 1........ rg 4 r a"

Lumber .........AN of aoe. 3. tp. 1 5, range 4 W. Raise
S................................. s to .a
W.4 ..ADt se. it 5 rea4 04)
John S. HAarmo e......w .*I S .1k M to I.f
Lumb .. AI of t. r .......... W 4s to
R. J. 6Ra tighp .

W. [- -:, .. Mawth a s m of te 1, leae

Groo,.r. < Co. .A. __ smh p
a I .... ........ to

AT. aaM ........ Iq a M

T. IL. .. .. ... ..... 110% o.r a. .0
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S are th pioneers, of t Leet

15. it 0, taken a a M0 b6et
adapted to tol=seo eultn5 1mi-
lar tract ia Leon county. Ibe
tweea and e ntms bderigu
both Lake Jackuson the Ok
river, the water facilities ar excellent,
and the new management pro os to
put in a system of ilrA m during
the coming inter. T hundred
bead of cattle find sulMient pasturage
on the lake border all the year round,
About fiftyottages, satterd about
the plantation, are odupled by the em-
ployes of the com ny, and each cot-
S t has a liberal plot of ground at-
tahed, which the tenant plants in
veabe, e, for his own b t.
m ah lean than is un It is beao tep-
only th farm Ine ior iand t
directly upon a Ie t of ra t The
and W. A., in norwho, with r all
othe, run employe, w by t tinu to
muwork ler the new p uuaLopretors. -
pto, with a fUppe r and the Lake a
postofice and express office.
The local anaether wiment of the o-
ny i~s entrutd to Mears LtR. Me-
ubeed, and W.is famous iL. lark who with all
the other employee, ranking continue to
work for the new proprietoiy from as.
This transfer embraces two planta-
tio-s, the Upper and the Lake Jac=on
tracts, together with the whole of the
a907 crop. The tobacco from this plan-
tation is grown from Sumatra and
Cubasedrty acres dfamou ri n the north-
ern market, ranking among the beat.
The business has grown steadily from a
ten-acre tract, planted ten 'years ago,
to eighty acres which is the present
area under shade. The new owners will
add thirty acres during the coming sea-
Messrs. Hiruchberg and Rosenberg
will still retain poewion and control
of El Provedo Cigar Factory, although
they inted to retire from active work,
and will turn over the business to the
car of some of the younger members
of the firm. Mr. Rosenburg, however,
will continue to act as buyer for the
factory each year in Cuba.
It is largely due to the excellent busi-
ness ability of these gentlemen that
the tobacco industry has received such
a boom in Leon county. Mr. Hirsch-
berg is one of Tallahassee' most pro-
gressive and valued citizens, highly re-
spected in both public and private life,
as an upright and genial gentleman,
and the rumor that he contemplates re-
moving his family to make their home
elsewhere is regretted, not only by
their many friends, but by all those
who have the welfare of their city at
heart. His partner, Mr. Hoseberg
lives in Philadelphia, but ias well and
favorably known to Tallahassee by his
frequent visits here.
Hew's This T
We offer One Hundred Dollars re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENNEY & CO. Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned, 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.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucus surfaces of the system. Tes-
timonials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family pills for constipa-
tion. 0
Bring the Democrat your job printing.

House to Rent.

Opposite Leon Hotel.

Apply to Julius Diamond. 25-2

SCream Vermifuge


S ef ed*-aew LIm'mAt Ce v


Are nTe oesm as 3a tI
If so, come and snee oa s1k f kli
Mled lumber before pDsbo ginr'
aMse. We a ve you
SBroas. lltf
A Update Hanerdaera Buans &
Oi.,Prok Ave. and Now*a St. x


V Tech ology

"Ol "on orTIC asbouwy ftbo
aWe bM dvomegsiesumsis u~

.in -eqMmsI d fmmpl 1,ye= te
NOW4 f 3 I 14 abordorok-d

LO. NATEISU.A q.,LLD., Preletw@

Stem fitters


40= =at

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The Housekeepers' Delight-
is a range that will roast mats, boil. ke or otl
vegetable and keep it piping hot until coate the
A good gas range supplied with flownf fuel -a
our street Mal.s, controlled by a s l twil
your kitchen meets every desire of the aibi
meals for the household. Ask all rue aj
this office, or of our representative, who wleul
postal or'phone request GET THE "VsoLWA
A Boon In Hot Weather


i Tallahassee Hardware Co..


m.utwara^ Hardware. uiler

M eames r41 =fairmi Ingr
S, and Paint.
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Single Wagons, Stel or Skein Axles
............. $9............... 0.00
Light Two Horse, either axle, $38.00 to
-------------- -- ----------............. 40.00
Reg. Two Horse, --............... 50.00
Timber Wao -,-...-.... $48.00 to 50.00
BU0IE011 O=st of lsbhtb
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached and no Complaints.
Cu atomer from Amsterdam, Ga., to
Florida co*A and numbered by hdn-
dreds. And they :are still coming as
before one is out of sight another in
C FINALLY-If we fail to please we
S recommend other Dealers in the city.
Tallahassee, Fla.


Centrally located near Capitol
and everything thO best. .




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 barrels made into Cider to be distilled and make
Pear Brandy; 450 Pecan trees,- over half of which have
commenced to bear; about 2000 grape vines, several scop-
pernong arbors, and all sorts of other fruits.
All directions given for the making of the different
wines which have been shipped from the place and made
the name of San Luis Vineyard famous all over the
This place is only offered for sale for a limited time.
Price may be had upon application.
Real Estate Dealers.

A .A' 4 '*IA.


ME a .

a Word About


We are compounding more and more each week. Many
people have found that here they can always get just
what the prescription calls for, just at the time we prom-
ise, and that the price is reasonable. All druggists use
pure drugs, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
best quality Even the very cheapest drugs may be the
purest of their kind--we don't use that kind Try us.

R. W. 2obb, Drug 0o.
East side of Monroe St.



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toyoMM to h ameb money you an a s 4W-@ r by takt ar eM
of your 6a fs al 0ii mem a Lan YOck. g
It l st to Mve a y Vf t in the hooe, boeea ib r of ies by
thives sad m, sad besides it is anything. Bute, It w madb.t aimin e. :
thing. We per e At interest da tsofOne Do I#~ vaest pera arm
frst days of a d October. *
Below we give a table sbowln bovw aavings will Sccumlate Ie Ave years, enmpted on a nba-
sis of 818 worklg days is the year, t* per cent interest.
Am't dpoited. Interest agied. Total ai't
10e per day for 8 yrs..-............... .. ..-- .. 111....i .............---- $1.4
20e perday foryer------.................. 00 ............... .............-.- .. 81.1
6e per day for years-------------.................. .26-- .- -........ -.. .................... 419.10
* 0c per day for ears------...........-- ...-...- 4 0...----. .......... ........
50c per dayfor tlyears................... .................. 10 ...... l, *
1uOe per day for yess.......-.........1,a.00 .......... 1114.....------- ... 1,8-.40
The capital stock of tl savings bank is .20,000.00. wth ibMiMd e eposits amounting to
Your bqs s with aus will be held strictly confidentiaL
Call sad et one of these little beaks while the supply lats.


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R on, W. 8. Jennings was In the city
One of the requisites of a pleasure
't* at hndsoBpe Suit Case or Bag
I the stock of Burn s& Co. 25
r. C. C. Carroll, editor of the Monti-
News has beesthe guest of Mr.
lMrs. C. M. Strange.
,* B. HIlls, oftheCarrabelleAd-
tade a pleasant visit to the
Democrat offce last Saturday,
b b Shirts, why n No et some-
,you ie? Go to Bums A Co., why
large stock of latest styles, and
e bea lted. 25
.'N. kams Jonas of Jacksonville,
some to Tallhassee for a few
Otlm to be near her husband who is
in business near Arran.
J. B Theus wshem to remind his
1 Zfrieands and patrons that he still
a nup-to-date line In house fur-
W M J.J. Pearce of WoodviUe. and
i two daughters, Mrs. Ashmore and
;5. Ed. Pylant of Hllilardville are
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon Pearce
vsl Street.
SIs the weather for Rain Coat.,
rIlaM and Overshoes. Go to Burns
SCo.'s for them. They carry a large
'iMk. and prices right. 25,
SMr. Wm. Vanbrunt, who has been
loysd with W. T. Doss of Ilinson,
sme again. At present Mr. Van-
t Is supplying the place left vacant
the absence of Mr. Richard Van-
Dr. Armstrong the well known Jack-
Ville eye spocslisth ha udtvietd sin
that owing to the g reat increaHee
office business. it w II be imlK)si-
for him to make any more prutfen-
I visits on the road 2t;i- t
The dancing school in a tremendous
S=eees. The large floor of lhe arnimry
e the lessons are given, in filled
ry week with young poplle whoi
Kem greatly to enjoy the social meet-
"b- and exercise. Owing to the absence
1a few days of Misses Ames and
einnias the usual lesson was not
oven last night but the work will be
I ain taken up next Thursday night.
Go to Burns & Co's. for Bathing
Sbitas, Negligee Shirts, Summer Under-
ware, Knee Drawers. Leather Sock
Starter, Cravats and Ties, Handker-
. alrs and Lightweight HosIery. 2
*isia* fre* the Grave.
A prominent manufacturer, Wm A.
Yretwell, of Lucama, N. C.. relates a
locat remarkable experience. He say6:
S"Aer taking legs than three botUe
SElectric tter, I feel like one ris-
Ugt from the grave. My trouble is
t's disease, in the Diabette stage.
lly beeve Electric Bitters will cure
Spermamntly, for it has already
Slpedmthe lver and bladder complica*
Swhih have troubled me for
p, m'r." Guaranteed at all druggists.
Ffrie only iWe. *
That dipsiay of Leather Goods,
it CawB and Bap, in the
adow of Burns o. Store
admiration of all who peas. 25
MUmtlag o rw TWIm e.
4I Pve lived in California 80 year. and
: it untl for trouble in the way
S"-, wounds, boil, cuts,
aL eaa of Pika that Buck.
Swont quick ely mre,"
tm Charges Walters, ot AJehany,
Co.No M e hunting. Mr. Wal.
i tCu es etaae. uaraateed
i druggist.. Me. d
.fte T TWO DemegsW

0. E. LLWI VVic-PirImat

C. E. SAULS, P. 0. BOX 210, J. M. SAULS.

General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
B ulldings a Specialty.

Contracts for work In the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines
guaranteed. ..

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

Address CECIL WILLCOX, Manager,
of New York.




A Cup of Whit. Hee or Shl Label
SNHeca ad Java Cff*ee
/ .,is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that oply good grocers keep
L good coffee. We take special pride to
our brands, a they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cot-
-,l / fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
d We sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our-
selves, and so can stand by them.
-- f'. 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 in
the city, it is to their interest to patronize the
Electric Light Plant. Rates are reasonable,
and the best of service will be given. It is
the purpose of the Managers ./.

To Ppt 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.
0. BOX 472. .



eas elve

You can figure out to your own matisfactina jkat
how a Bluebell chan harvester will save money,
time and work for you. If you don't wat to, callon
us and we will demonstrate this poiat ia just a few
minutes. -The Bluebell cream harvaesr is gear driven
- one of the simplest and most prasti separators
on Jhe market It is guaranteed to skim dows to the
thousandth pert of butter fat. Whea you esparate
milk with a Bluebell separator, you eaa rest sdeued
that you are not leaving any butter Set in the phim
milk, besides the Bluebell is so eW to eep clean
and so light reaniag that it stands without a superior.
Call on as and we will gladly demustrate the
Bluebell's good poisat to you.



Bring your Job Work to this office.


City Electric Light Plant.

W. D. Pratorlus,
Funeral Director
Licensed 'Embalmer.
OwmO OdMoN. ThI163.

Vterlrfary Pbyslcla
mJ S WpM.
Dental Work a Specialty.
SamgiMS STm S.



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Summer S$its.

At Oreatly Reduced Prices.

10, 12,, and 15c Colored Lawns, at ............ 5c
$10.00 Summer Coat and Pant Suits, at ............ 7.00
$12.50 and $1&00 Cost and Pant Suits .............$9.7'
Don't miss this opportunity of buying Reliable Merchandise
far below its value. - - - - -.

.S@X t. PdoAU W t b s
? _W" topro-id. atq rOM l of awJ
#W*- the Ca & -w .r am

wna Longmire, instructor in
i lsh grammar and com.
S Florlds Female College,
VOSiGtN been appointed by State
t Hooway to represent
In to the educational department
S the Jamestown exposition. Miss
Swll have charge of the work
to her for the week beginning
19. The special subjects in
will five Instruction will be
SUnt AStates history and na-
SM tody, in all of which Mm LonU -
Salnst an excellent instructor.-The
D D ellon Advocate.
SHe. Fred T. Myers spent the week
S d t St. Teresa with his wife and son
S are spedina few weeks at that
P Poplar reort. Mr. Myers was accom-
S bd y his daughter, Mrs. T. E. Per.
S ad little Prederick,
.WB ill ,ei for a fortnight's visit.
SM rkins Joined his family yester-
& day.
SThose who have stomach trouble, no
uigtter how slight, should givd every
S bl help to the digestive organs, so
the food may be digested with the
t effort. This may be done by tak-
Slu something that contains natural di-
e tmve properties-something like Ko-
For Indigestion mad Dyspepeia.
S!oml is a preparation of vegetable
Saids and contains the very same juices
found in a healthy stomach. It digests
what you eat. Sold by all druggists. 0
Governor Broward has returned from
Sa da, N. C. accompanied by his sis-
ter-in-law, Miss Elsie Douglas. Mrs.
Broward and daughters will remain for
a longer visit.
"We never repent of eating too lit-
Ste," was one of the ten rules of life of
Thomas Jefferson, President of the
United States and the rule applies to
Very one without exception during this
. hot weather, because it is hard for
food, even in small quantities, to be di-
Sested when the blood is at a high tem-
perature. At this season we should eat
aringly and properly. We should" also
e halp the stomach as much as possible,
by te use of a little Kodol For Indiges-
Stn and Dyspepsla, which wiiLlrest the
Stomach by digresting the food itself.
Bold by alldruggists. .
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Spiller have
Sgo to Gainesville, Ga., for the benefit
of their little daughter, Margaret, who
SIs been in a frail state of health for
time. Their friends hope that the
Htalone may come back strong and
A Valmko LesL.o .
"SIx years ago I learned a valuable
eso," writesJohn Pleasant, of Mag
aola, Ind. "I then began taking Dr.
lfing's New Life Pills, and the longer I
them the better I find them."
viese evebody. Guaranteed at

; berli Chas. Hopkins has rented his
hsaeo North Monroe St. to Mr. A.
D aen. Mr. Hopkins has gone
: wi hiafiy to ve on his farm a
fw ms from town,- Umee to the re-

S Iwaat y eobhlga yef tobdan
I w eer a it alive; but
get ol B

boges, mi sy I1
ON. wamLO Tela



Tallahassee, Fla.

- - -

Dr. Those. N. Evans Dentist, Office
ever R. W. Cobb, Drug Co. store.
Mrs. H. 0. Hill left this week for a
month's visit in Chicago. 1.
Miss Nell Davis is spending a pleas-
ant month among friends in Sparta,
Order your Suit from Burns & Co.,
who guarantqp fit and style. 28
Mr. A. L. Nicholson of Havanna, was
in the city last week on business con-
nected with tobacco interests.
Mr. Gaston Altord who has been vis-
iting his family at Chaires, has return-
.ed home.
Ordcer your Suit from Burns & Co.
and have the style and fit guaanteed.
Mr. Edwin Barnes has returned to
his post in the Treasuer's office after
a few days outing at Lanark.
Mr. A. T. Kummer, Commercial
Agent of the G. F. & A. Railway, was
a visitor at this office on Monday.
Miss Christine Wideman has return-
ed home from a delightful visit to St.
Teresa, to the delight of her many
Dr. G. W. Lamar, of the State Board
of Health, was in the Capital last Sat-
urday on the regular routine of duty
connected with his position.
Keep the pores open and the skin
clean when you have a cut, burn bruise
or scratch. DeWitt's Carb;olized Witch
Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and
heals quickly. Sold by all druggists.
Subscribe for the True Democrat.

Mr. Will Yon has returned from a
business trip to West Fia.
Mr. B. C. Prince, General Traffic
Manager of the G. F. & A. R. R., is reg-
istered at the Leon.
Anything in -the line of Shirts that
trade demands can be furnished by
Burns & Co., Men's Fumiahers. 25
Mr. P. Z. Yonge, of Pensacola, was
a guest of the Leon the early part of
the week.
Leland J. Henderson, a prominent
real estate dealer of Apalachicola, has
been a recent visitor to Tallahassee.
Before purchasing your horse, call
and see my stock a nice lot Just having
come in J. P. S. HOUsTOUN.
Mr. C. W. White, once famous
among Florida orange growers in the
neighborhood of Citra, made a recent
visit to the, Capital City.
Misses Mary and Annie Nicholson of
Havanna, Fla., are visiting Miss Fan-
nie Wilson at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Nettlie Durant.
Will sell bran new Fay-Sholes Type-
writer forJ 0OO, only used few days
during Legislature. Address C. D. An-
drews, Talahasee. *24
Mr. Asa P. Gray has decided to re-
main nearer home than Mars Hill, N.
C., this year, and will attend Columbia
College, the new Baptist school at Lake
City. Instead.
Young lady stenographer and type-
writer desires position. Address Miss
Minnie Lee Cater, P. 0. Box 10, Talla-
hassee, Fla. 25-tf

Mrs' J. D. Perkins is a guest of the
Inn at Lanark.
M'r. and Mrs. I. S. Patterson left
Thursday for a visit to Panacea Springs.
Mrs. Wm. Marshall and children have
gre to Apalachicola to visit Mr. and
John Marshall.
Mrs. W. S. Walker and children of
Cairo, Ga., are visiting Mrs. McCord,
who is a sister of Mrs. Walker.
Mr. J. A. Cheek. from near Live Oak.
was in the city this week attendant
upon the Burns-Cates wedding.
gW~Embroidery and ;Lace Sale for
this weak. LzvY Baos.
Messrs. R. H. Mickler and Earle
Porkins are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
McDougall at St. Teresa.
Mr. G. T. Whittlesey made a flying
business trip to Marianna last Thurs-
Mr. V. G. Herlong, once connected
with the G. & G. R. R., but now a
prominent lumber dealer in Manatee,
Ala., it in the city. Mr. Herlong has
recently sustained the loss by fire of a
$100,000 mil.
The contracting parties of the Ham-
Fowler marriage are well known in Tal-
lahassee and have many warm friends
here. Dr. Ham at one time practised
dentistry in this city, but left here
about two years ago for Apalachicola
where he met Miss Fowler who is a
resident of that place. The young
bride-elect was once a pupil of The
Woman's College here, and was very
popular with her fellow-students.

Special Natn l
Mr. Woodruff. represent a ,o
lumbia Tailoring C., will l a ;
play of a large line of 0msi *
Prisi all the sta s ol et
noth Foreign Vad m e$
Wait for him if you want if
the late styles in custn IMnade
Fall and complete line will be shw
at Levy Bros'. store on Septeo '
and 10th. t

What's the Use

buying paint in the dark, and HOPING
it will turn out right, when you ean ium

Davis' 100 pe cent

Pure Paint
and KNOW POISTIVELY you are get-
ting the beat paint that money, braina
and modern machinery can produce?
Davis' 100 per coat Pare PAnt wi
stand the test of the most rigd Pure
Paint Laws.
For sale by



Tallahassee, Ilorida. 9
See the line of standard manufactur-
ing ware at R. J. Phillips' plumbing
shop. 25

Ir d -

ehas. G. Myers.

J. Gordon Pearce.





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
terested, it will betoyour interest to see what we have.
home men for something good.


V -

ever seen in Tallahasee. If you are in-

Agents wanted.
75 S. Moaroe St. Tallahasee, Fla.

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?H~rt ,?R1CJ3 ~~u~rA?,

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dated lomatock Mining Co that their
tunnel that is being driven in Pomroy
mountain has cut acrome a mammoth
vein fifty feet wide of milling quarts
ore which will pay largely when weet
a reduction plant of our own. Thia li
believed to be the extension of the Mur.
pty vein from which our neighbors have
takes fifteen million dollars. This And
Is muudera big strike. The tunnel
is headed for the rcheCaAmmilla vein
and Is In hard rock at prement, butgoes
forward under compressed air drills and
' will reaeb the desred point in a few
S months. Yoars truly,
Gao. Gaumaow.

or sale a summer price. f Bros.

State Institutions for I%,her Iducation.

* t Denver Col. A .O, *W .
SMr. John 0. Ia seFMs. :
i ne; we left Tat for a ip 0o
the far wet, and aobsot forgot-
ten I praised to write a letter to you,
and tll of the t happening, and of
the sights saen bts wayide.
We started onthe mon of July
80th, it was one of tho lovely days
with whkbich fair Florida is uuall
bleed, and which has made her cli-
mate so balmy and remarkably noted.
S Our train for Cutbbert was off in due
time, and it glided over meadow, and
hill, and water ways, the latter was a
most pleturesque portion of the way,
for few views can be superior to that of
a Florida lake, with its fillies in bloom
on the bosom of clear and quiet waters,
shaded by soft and lace-like moss, fte-
tooned from Hlimb to limb of the cypress
and bay. We arrived at Cuthbert too
late to make connection. We went to
S "Hotel Randolph," and was most kind-
ly treated. In the afternoon Mrs. G.
and I walked around town to see the
place, There are a number of pretty
hme "and many churches. To gain in-
formation, I asked of a half dozen boys
we found at a corner to name the dif-
mrent churches, which were then in
sight, this they did politMy-, and in re-
turn asked me why I wied to know.
1 repIed that I wanted to be married to
the lady I was with. A new mlterest
w awakened, a d they immediately
offered to g for Ma lbar, but I told
them it would answer if they would
iust show where a preacher liHved. go
downthe street we all went, we much
enjoying the joke until, when ing a
$1ore or more people u a u re va
F anda, the boyi, all in loud voie pro.
claimed tat this lady and gentleman
were going to be married, and invited
the party eto come along. We then re-
aHlsid that the tables wonee turned, and
the laugh was upon uas. So we an-
nounced that the emony would not
be performed until next day. The
crowd then dispersed and we returned
to the hotel to catch breath for a while.
We left for Smithilme, where we se-
cured a sleeper for Atlanta. Upon this
train we had the pleasure of traveling
with our townspeople, Mrs. -- -
and four children; by some mistakenly
one berth had been reserved for the
children, but owing to the Ingenuity of
the mother the one berth answered by
Ipaking In two of the children with
heads to the north, and the other two
with heads to the south. May thd Lord
P ble the woman folks. We were tired
and were sleepin when our train went
Into the shed at Macon but awaking I
ra.ied the window shade a little to look
out, the electric light in a globe of
*round gave a large mellow low,
but I soon hard a sweet voice say,
"Oeorge George, let down that shade,
I always hard that It was bad to let the
eOO Dhine in your face.
I was too sleepy to argue the point
f explain, so down wentthe shade, and
at to dreamland we went. On arriv-
lug at Atlanta. we were met at the de-
S pot., by appointment, by Mr. H. H.
Hunt the gentlemanly ticket agent for
the Frisco and Rock Island route, who
had our tickets and checks all ready to
take us through to Denver, We passed
along the route making no unnecessary
atoo, through many beautiful farming
aeeion., amn wooded tracts, by pretty
villages and great cities. We glided
over that great father of rivers at St.
Louis, and through that rich farming
country to the westward. From At-
lanta the cars were crowded by many
young people going to Suwannee, Ten-
nemee where there was a summer
school, and annaul meeting of woman's
clubs; hunting and fishing and pleasure
parties, all then made theecars more
crowded, and the only laughable time
was when the train stopped. All those
people arose to their feet so as to be
ready to leave, and in their confusion,
about every other one faced opposite
directions, and when the train stopped
suddenly with a jerk back, every one's
face was forcibly pressed against some
other face not of their choice. In cross.
sing the Areut Ameriean prairies we
could o the dry country for many
miles, and they were perfectly treeles,
only small sage brush and an occasional
spray of grass were seen. Here is the
place where dwells the small animal
known as the prairie dog, they live in
colonies and burrow in the ground to
make homes and eat roots of the brush
and grass. They are a very peculiar
little animal, much like a brown equlpr-
rel. and I might say of them the same
that an Irishman said about a toad.
"They have two before legs and two
behind legs and no tall at all almost,
and every time they Jump, they sit
down When the train approaches,
they all silt up erect and turn not their
heads to the right or to the left but
keep perfectly still like statues They
do not look at the train. It is the only
animal that has no curiosity, how re-
I will send you this letter and write
you another one soon, but let me add
for the benefit of many of your sub-
acribers who own stock in the Consoli-

Flol Female Colags -
Tallaa a.

A College for Wome it a
paM In the South, eml
P, for Liberal Artm, a Seo for
TIashrs, a School of Industrial Arts,
a Sebhool of Fine Arts. including piano,
pipe o0gan, violin, voice culture, o-
euton and physical culture.
A Faculty of able specialists in all
Tuitin free. Charges for special IW-
struction in Fine Arts reduiad ao a
minimum. New buildings in erse of
construction Write for Catalogue.
\, : A. A. MURPHRJ


Owing to the situation near the junction of the
St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers and within a few
miles of the Gulf of Mexico makes it an ideal
resort for the sportsman and pleasure seeker.

Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had.

ANowr-o m d elve w EMatla.h
All Counterfeit Iu*M-I "JuTu.ood" are tbl
ExperIments that trt saddmlager the hedlth oat
Infantts sad Chl M= -mstleas. alasnt E pedames

Castoria Is a harimlee mbAW!! fhr Catr Oil, Palw.
gore, "Drops and Soot"hIn"yu n. It Is Pieaaaec It
contains neither Opium. r a ear other Narootle
Ssubstance. Its age Is Is i aaih Its detr Worms
and always FeverlshneeU. I s euve IMDtlarrha d Wtnd
Colc. It reeves Teethinq Trobleso re ComatUwtsa
and Flatlency. It ami.nte the Pood, reagiaes th w
Stomach and Bowels, *givtn healthy and natural steep.
The Chnldren's Panacea--Tha Mooher's rled.

.A Bears the SIgnature of

Guides for

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



Typewriter Ribbons


Write for Prices and Terms on New

and Second-Hand Machines.

R. C. Davis & Co.,


The Kind You Hate Always Bonubt
In Use For Over 30 Years.
*""a OSNPAIIS eOSUsW. Ym* w ma OI Pn, emw"Mew.



Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.

Contracotrs and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of

all kinds.

Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
Lime and Cement for sale.
All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our *ork to be first class in every particular. Prices

Office, Shop and Lumber Yard 'on
on lot south of county jail.


Seaboard Air Line,

P. O. BOX 4.

John 13. Stetson University
AffisEdW Wth the Unvault of Chicago

leehe enie a tygshm beth taMsadCI.
m1~LPP wUIAW.-QSmhutmeS this camle. ar&*wowmMto ptmet ie lw in
c"aOKMamu mal ?wleven= lm Issinto dsams
efuum w Odra 3rn is l. an It rnoho. oshepl best"
la~bG we; awav - I de= hwDeart-
P smesa0 at 0 ft = Aw MftnL Taoe
meowscmt-I.lbdegem toem I" a wnbeadin. LPvl.
;=g~==M n epwspe ba u~iito. Theme ehrb meseaieftptepsve
h=0 -A 816.0Wppe ma. a, dowen phumee mepeet. beilqag.
MT IUUSI.-New StuaL sOn*so"& n, efleE.owt-

Pe w = Vbwsdmi, rd bdffmt~t ado theIPiwilt.
LNHULL&Ys MhD. ~ttJD., LLD.o

Univwlity of te
StGO of Flori
6Osayieme, Ma.
A highrade intitation for young
men. ofering Literary, Scientifie Eni-
gin-ering, Agricultural and Pedagogi-
cal Courses.
Strong Faculty- well ipped lab-
oratories; thorough in -.. tion, both
theoretical and practical; careful super-
vision and disefphne; high moral tone.
No tuition charges to Florida stu-
dents. Other expenses very low.
For catalogue and information ad-
dreasa ANDREW 8LED&.

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S. A. Jones .......... 1

J. R. Miller ..........0I

Mrs. Idells English...pi

H. C. BlllUnaley ....TI

Mrs. E. T. Epley..... TI

N, range IB3 W eas.
nd 6in the Nw oeornr
of mse. 12. tp. 1 N nM e
land ittuasled t the Ni
aof k of-O I, tp.
Raled fr ............

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20 to 150

20 to

to 400

3I to

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an aouth by to
r *.... ......... ..... 3-
I. larrtison Fleming ... p t N. range 3.1-
Hirschberg & Rosen. .................
bergs ............... A 2 ert

ano 0 W. 47I aer-. !l
J. P. Apthorp ...... e aind In th e 'of ec.
Mr .., I N. rsage1 W., Mataed ....
Mrs. M. J. MdMatt oo .
to Bat. L. C a _er
Administrator 1..127 of laud IL the ) of .se. eW,.
t 1 ra from....
E. B. Dyer ....... ..Lo I, 1 144 rova
adton In see. 1 0ll W.
D r plat. i 1
' C. B. & 0. H. Owynn.lots Noe. Nn It ls WrW add-
per piat ra6MeS In
a 592. Rals from ............
Mrs. Cora 0. Lmt.... 1 f-0l acres of lad n so ofsee.
m C. B. a G. H. Owynn., 7i.1- aer-oes nd a o .m
a2. 1 1 W.
W R. LAvette .......... e *4's. *-- ,tp. 1 M l .
C lRaised from ..........................
Prank Aleaander ... .Lot Nos. I and S. r as t roM In
ed hook Fr r, i
See. s. tp. t .d m
Join Shelpard ........Lot No. 1. as per nt r tm deed
book D D. pag UTU.j t a t se.
Is AmlO...wm.ntNo.3as perot deed
New26 i2. tp. 1 N. ranae W. _I

Robert Newman 0....Lo No. 4 as per "t ll d
book D D. page of3 ? ,Iasee
Randel Ham.s ..... Lot0 Ng,.,r ,tlam4

A. J. Kershaw ......Lot o.7 a
book D D pi.
John 3. Proetor. ....Lot In th
Mrs. Ada Loder ......Lot No. M as petr-

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Charles collins .....% aes nd t. ...
as per maap
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of see. 2 .

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A. L. Wodward .... % &amOff Of s

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320 to 480

1,440 to
560 to

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20 to 100

100 to 206

100 to 200

S0 to .* 130

200 to 51
130 to

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RobetH. Mickler....Part et.

Henry Haws ......... t W1 oot of
r 9 16?ang*aissee
1. N, range a Itl % aae e
Council B. Allen....... of Nw and '_'" gw
1tp. I N, ran- w a8r-.,Mi
Henry 8. Rudd....... of Nw' a'd, ow f e Sw o'
V, 1 S N. range 8 W, 1M aIros. Ia
H. C. Allen ..........NoM .'u I,"."l" N, mia a
Thomas J. Allen......W 'A N .dr *i
Jonah Brttt ..........% -of o of p. tP r.
John W. Henderson...N !&. n

Robert 0. Shpeard.... or w pof e.''. t;,. 1 ,
Mrs tran4i .,IA Rai ed tIs.nR ......
Lett 8. La. -fro
.Roche ............. w af 8t 4e 9W% and No% o. the H
of me T, 1 8. range 1 B. RasdL
Mrs' I . Beard.....N'. an' d JW' d 'o W"
wWU, f the e OfAvw4 of M ,o.

Thomqq M. Hall ...... 8w_ O NO and Nw% of .r' SlS. t i
t. M, 1 a .rroams..e.
_ran n all of c. St. to. I rage
1 ; I d the is of IwU of 0 e.
tp. ranse I 1, ;,00 asors. RalMed
from ...................................
Bushwll Development
and lumber Co.....BE of Kl of see. 38, tp. 1 8 range 1 K.
Shares. Raled rom................
8. T. Rhodes ........8w% of 9Se of see. 2 tp. 1 8, rang 1 ,
40 acres. Ialsd from .................

Bushiftl Developumont
Lumer O..M i ad V NW and It% of 8w
S t oo .. IeC tlp 1 8, rang I ,. 440 acrs.
Ral d from .........................
Tallshaaee awmill
Co..................' of Ne.N'W % of Ne%. Ne& of Nw%.
Uw% ofNw.%,nd 8% of se. U. tp. I
8, ran shares. Raised from....
SeA and I% of 8w% of me. k.tp. 1 8
ran- S -40 & acres. Ralsd hom ......
Mrs. Livie J. Price...E n and W% of o .
S1 a, rang 2 1 aorea. Rala-
from R ............... .................
R. & J. Munro......NwI of ik % of see. 8. tp. 1 rang
*, 40 acres. Raised from............
Giles Kelly ..........Nw% of ft%, and Nev of Se of see.
U. tp. 1 8, range 2 acres. Raised
from .......................... ....
Tallahassee Sawmill
Co. ............... *.All ofses. and tp. 1 8, ran I
1.30 acres. RaIud fom ..............
M. L. McDaniel...... W of me. 2. tp. ran 1 B. l | atrte.
RO IIdI tram .........................
S o% and T o. Nt of NS. t I ,
0, W. Rhodes of 0. S .s ..

"lw ofeI, ..a' ofy'of see.
Ludwig Aebley .......lt Wo. 1 o see. . t 2 8, ran-e 1
.e. *i .... 2 4-100 acres. Rald troem...........
Ferdinand C. WIlliam-
son ................All of the *w4 lying south of Porb
purowhase line of sec. tp. 2 ran e
SS, M a Ralid from .......
(. W. Rhodes ........t of 8I% of sec. S. tp. 2 8. range 1 B,
W seres. Raised from .................
Roa L. Coewell ....N of Kw% of 8ee of see. S, tp 2 8,
ran- I B. 20 sores. Raslmd from......
D. L. Crossy ........ oT Swl% of see. ?, tp. 2 8. range I
so acreA. Raised from................
Sam T. Rhodes ...... of Ne% of ee. ?, tp 2 8. range 1 B.
acren. Raised from ..................
T. J. Causeaux ....Nw4 of rw 7. tp. 2 8, ranD 1 r 1E

except 4 acrel Mold off, 16 aor-i'Ral-d
from ........ .. .................... ...
Jame. Relchard ......N % of 8w%. and Sc% of Nw2 o. an I ,
tp. 2 ran- 1 E, 120 acres. Rasled
from ....... ... .... ..... ... ... ....
G. W. Rhodes ........All of that part of the W. o of -o.j to.
ec. ., tp. 2 i. rango B. n 40X-10
acre Rained from ....................
Matilda Reese ........All that part of the Noa of se1. t2. 3
8 range I E,. lying south of Forbopur-
chaaep line. eaot sores to s.ao
Reed. 87 acres. n o Iof a. tp.
' 8p.2, *rangre I 1 2 range froam..
H. 0. Lwls ...... That prt of the 8 of th of L.
tp. ran- I X.lyli OO tho *t.
Marks Ralrod.n o thW
S of Nw f. a n fg I ira.nd

and at U part4h era o. t. am 8.

John T strickland .A .Aan-j I
.lytnr YA tK amlb p11 haaa lno.
e 2'ies ._tp. 2i range I
Willilam Duen .....N..N' of w f o of Kw of
w. 1ns 1 100 acres.
W. C Roblson ...... rore purcham ine*
o e. range 1 140 acrm.
Walter . .Page....Nw, v a No% and 81i of No
of 0% mfaae. tp. 28, ran- I
1 arem. Ra d from .............. ...
Nathan F. Otover ....3E 'of Nw%. W% of Ne% and No% of
IN* of see. 20 tp i8 ran# 1 200
w 1' Miller ....... . of 8 o 1r o p. 2 8 ra .1 .
Sacre Ra Nd from ..................
11 McrDanleJ ........ Be %of Ne%. and No of ao% of we
tp. 2 8, range 1 80 acres Raie
(. W, Rhodes .. ...womf Nw%."w andW'ofi O
sae. 10, tp. 2 8. range 1 I, I acres.
i V Re r .. ed.... ................... .
D. V Rolatar ....... AN a t Go rlyld mouthaof FOrbes r
.- e. o w sw of se. 314 and all of s of
-,1 .- i m iY Outh o; Pebr euNrco
Tc.l aae 1, t 2 8, ranks* 1. I, 1-1100
aor l, 13 a..................
V. W. Hamlin ........ W4 of t ai t. D ,4.and No, ofrSo
of1c tp. 1`,*"pt
p. l It S a af r ............
1C E McDanlel ......W. of 0%. a% of IM. a- lk of
Sof E e. otS. e2. range 1 .M9
Mis. Harriet N. Me- ac s. Raaised T .................
Danel. ............. N of Sw of se. .l ta. 8. reane 1 E.
W erow Coa" fre6m ..................
Mrs. Mary A. Wooton.k1W andt1 e tl the
W of m. I 01. th e1 1"
e acrs. L ................
H. G. Lawis .........The 1.4 & at and west
the W %t I reaSLad elt.
o a e = .. ..... ,...
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In the Ciuilt
Ciruit, Leon

YUEUEW uvMTV ,mW isae

Sae wa

Iafwed It drIO t-a e sd,

4 ',w if, J." e,, hel.

Cw" S th vreilGot Hers. .

l the sum Mbetween t.hev o e ll. e and
ordT illeM S t ealmi bt M rhe e w
f" t- Ella Wheeier Wlleox,

got visitors so they amid not pick
"'C Z Lalt Frdl. y p. do was the scene of
one of the mot time or youn gmmet of
h TheU s between the Woodville
S Crwfonrdvilie ball teams. There were
I oa me tlaye s aw on both nide, but the
S Crwf ordrie boys could not master
Duoar e ptch, he wa too murbecatch for
hr e a ithe yell. of the fair la6ne.
ot the wasitors o they ed not pick
Svi ball. Boys do not be sb sure o
5 the rn ner time or you may get left
u a ive theCrttawry forilrboy redville
S was Durrance, pitch, and Forbes, catch,
for andr Woodvllehav wior Wllherson pitch,
saa Cookasy. eatoh. Base. on ta|Is, by
:' iurrasee, six, off of Williamson, one.
S The score' was six to three in favor of
f m uss give the Crawfordvwlleboys credit
; lor their good behavior. There w a
lie erowd out to the game, The vis-
Itors wron Mrs. Horton Mis Minnie
B ,Boatwriglht Mr. A. Hill and T. P.
Lewis, of Tallahasse.. We are glad to
have you Crawfordville boys come up
to see us and learn us to play ball.
| emey fo Dlnh e ver Knews

"I want to say a few words for
*: Chamberlain's Col, Cholera and Diar-
I rhoea Remedy. I have used this prepay*
.1' ration in my family for the past nfive
years and have recommended it to a
S number of people m York county and
have never known it to fail to offset a
S cure any tance. I feel that I can-
not sy too much for the beet remedy
of thekind in the world."-.JimsoN,
brn p Grove, York County, Pa. This
rrmedy is for sale by TallahaMse Drug
Ties That SM.
A young woman a to be married,
dato and pl. not announced. She Is
to bem tao the man she loves and
Sava poud mahe houtd be. Sheis
Sdaug htbr of the late General
K i Loee wihoe name and fame
ed w the Southern half of the
S Unod Bte The man sa is to
a, y is a oMoier in the army of the
I lited States, holding the rank of
3Ieutenant in the Seventh Cavalry.
name is John Carter Montgomery,
S ari her's is Virginia Lee. It is a mat-
tar of great Importance to them, but it
is a matter of more significance to the
nation. She is the third of the daught-
er of the Lee family the name rev-
ered in the South to marry st officer
0 In the United States Army, and Inci-
dentally It may be mentioned that both
S of her sisters are wives of men In the
same regiment to which her husband
belonKs. The significance lies in the tie
that binds. The name of Lee is india-
S olubly linked with the Lmt Cause, apd
the personality of Fitzhugh ,,,e, no lo s
than that of Robert K. Lee, in a part
of the history of the Southorn t (enftl-
eracy. That threw dtaughters of the
1 house of Iee should epous)ue theI Union
their father and his next of kin fought
so hard to dissolve in a Ip)roof of reato
ration of relations that shouldhl make
glad every heart in the nation T'Ili
marriage tie that binds the duiught>irm
of the house of Lee to the militant armt
* of the government should lt- uant i, i
tie that binds the sections of this' cn(n
* try as nothing else could bind them.
The bitternees that was engendered i.-
S tween the sections was of a personal
character, and it could not have been
S otherwise, deeply interested as both
skies were in the struggle. On both
side. men fought for what they believed
to be the right, and if ever there was a
war where principle wa involved it waa
the war between the American State.
Thin means that every soldier on both
sides was personally concerned in the
outcome of that war. In these mar-
riages of the daughters of the house of
Lee are seen the passing of that bitter-
nes that made the war a war of per'-
sons as well as a war between sections.
She is said to be a beautiful woman, ua
she muat be to be of the house of Lee.
He is said to be a gallant young'soldier,
as is naturally looked for In the army
of the United State.. The tie that
binds them is but one more tie binding
the sections of the nation in an indisso-
aluble union. This marriage is one in
.' which the nation should rejolce. -The
Woman's National Daily, August 16th.

P. T. Nicholson's handsome stock of
and Painted China, Silver, Cut Ulass
ad varioa ot er novelties. are not re
served sp lay for the seeier of wed.
S din gift, but are offered to all would.
be pera of lgant and necessary
I art or the home. 2
The mead of Mrs. R. D. Sims will
be pa d to hear of her treme illness
at hC h inlb blE ,Ga. Mr.
J. W.lOs esedy morni n
to visit after eWering the
a ew of hber tal W mI

meW bu Few me"yd

of rSeptemb,. A. D. 11M, tle o'edoi a.U or --
soon th ter a I can he lrd. for aurt
to *Il the faellowin de-s ie fo ety. toatad
in lon county. to-wt: W l o
quarter of w tiu 14, p I outh, range 2
weat. 0 acre, property < klrs.
Guardian of the KEtates oLhvl1 Evertt fits-
John and Elbridge Fit 22-6t
NOTICE of Application fow Ta Deed, Given is
Aecordane with ections* 14 mN of Ut
General tatute of the stoemf lorid.
ton' t Moor, purchaser of tan 1a1r M6-la -
bhw 61. data July lid. I s
rertilfete In my alsl i o
tax deed to iu lawue Ina s _aU
e*rtiflesta embrie t j
e-ty, ituate in L[ e-nt>.i -
wit: One hunmdd mst -'l aa
four Inch e @

T. C. nk Circuit Couth aAm

Ap mleatlos for ieSh e s41 E esl
Te aid lorand kths Iwnd ao
on on the Tth d Th A p
Witnew myf odsel ai a at "Iu lt
d of July. A. D. I.
(D HaCircuit deCeuredt.
Applicalla for eachhe- l aa beoc.

Notl Ihon erebyrvna tht I wi, t *a M 4i th a
Umber. 107, pr-ent ma "M as-eat all
Etx e x of the last will d M meait a Harris
county, Jude of laon (t l Tl i d ap-
ply for a dlwharre a- asudh tss of te
foecutrix of lst will and taa a
1). Hartt. l., Feba 10m
Admitare's Netee.
monthN. aft the date of tM, iM public.
tion hereof I will present my ldl s sia to the
County Judg of Laon Cou se. N at Lee
ply for my dischar geas lttnstr onOre th

Tallahaasee. a. Feb. UL. 1M0, 1.m
Adilnlstrater's Noike.

tA one l onat half horibu power Gas-

oune Ennou for sale at a bargain at
S phris o 28-t of Lao
Prity, lord00 topple to Mrs. N. Taylor d
mad to the loan of-two hundred doll yards on
this date. t proe rty. Address erox
rWN'-d day of Auwn WtL -L
Adnlsiatritut L1SInIA
Talhbah. ame. C1. 11-2tt
Fro Sob Cbesal
A one and one-half horee power Ga-
olin Engine for usale at a bargain at
this office. 23-t1m
FWrte to Reat
A fine Jersey cow and calf, Jut fresh.
Price 5 t 00. Apply to Mrs. N. Taylor,
x14, Tallahassee, Fla. 24-tf
The loan of-two hundred dollars on
Monro street property. Address ox
220 Tallahassee. 11-2t
nw carried n in the eeair rtof
For one or two gentlemen, near ho-
tel and bosrdinf house. Bath. Address
Roomite the are True Democrat. 25-m

A modern residence, made-tix or seven
rooms, front September 1, by a perma-
nent tenant. Addressn ermanet. Box
408, Tallahassee. 20-tf
Clelus anId Preasia4.
My cleaning and preAussin business is
now carried on in the up-stairs partof
th Constd anti ne building, nearly oppo
site the express office. Also ample
lites of fine tailoring "made-to-measure
trmnaht for men on dits pr undlay.
S errell W. John H. urkhardt, DI.AN.
Avor ane In Aptse.
To improve tinhe monday, Augnd stth,price
on the will be advanced a follows:of
Round and ILoin Steak, 15 cents
hraihtn Stoma Liver, 12 cent per pound;
Tonfuues, 15 to !N cents each; Brains,
Scent. Mr J. K. atchelor,. Ntroit,
K. G. Ferrell, John Burkhardt, Dealers
at Market. 28-2t
For as Impaired Appetie.
To Improve the appetite and strength-
en the digestion try a few doemm of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lota. Mr. J. H. Seitz. of Detroit,
Mich., say: "They restored my appe-
tite when impaired relieved me of a
bloated feeling and caused a pleasant
and ataisfactory movement of the bow-
*1t." Price ta. Sample free.
For sale b the Tallahasee D og o.

St Chambetala'is Coellte, Choler anad
DStarrhee.. emedy Caroed Stm.
It Is with pleasure that I Ive you
this unsoldl teastimaoial. A t a
year ago when I had a sever eaase of
measles I got eaugbht out ia a hard rain
and the eaai" settled on my
had It not bee for the uae o amer
lain's Colki, Cholera and
Remedy I coUd not ha veIm My ed
but a how o it ft ft-1e1 to
this remedy r m now strei M well.
I hae wrl(Mlm the above .
pie great o aa I .halp
Qeaeg er ale by alla-

"mo b

FP*owrow E103tt:She pl

i carter. til l

rare-qTi Rsn a a or TH'"orNE 1osAo
ta----, pun of. beo--e (--
~ra llaalril h a sryoration'l el' tmIele
a Florida. with the iselwi pr-e

Sof the corporation shall e the
."U Oweeo o(mpur,y. Its blims slhadl
be In the State of Florida the L
('I> rwneccmary. Iti prindipaloalehall
La aaan. n 'l'Tu
8be%'ila ee F r i ans a a.
TI e nature ,If ihe ilune to be tr -
orprati.mn ji that of lavtag eW-
trowing rirti-ucl, ntgr.PS, w ,
rind. w bullgrh, buyine hali
sad M l *,,hrr farm plS
id in huying, laolag
A"d llinic, ltting and thMdwlaadto.

O iAket leaf t)tAcco and loM h mm
elas me.rchanldise, Of ag 4 sd every
haris tr, and sw ad Mw& uy
e ll live atock of alUle sh'l
sh>te ; sIuylns and leasing 0TlWf
.*e a holdngr raesl es atfiUI
taoc real estate; owiuga teer
tu,--sawin sA
apnu any purpossI
na fneranl mercantlH
dka8 -eilther things necesearv orI'srfi
S sad succesful conduct of the -w
Mhfe the corporate ion.
Phoe aeMart of the capital stock thall abeft
th 4 d Mlr,.. to be divided Into dO ae5lr
Ave- fv hundred dollars eah ten pm r OM
01fitR Whall be subscribed and pid lPO biTo
t e *shall tranact any b Amy
sie tock may be used In the prea
OfaM oen at a meeting to be ald ftor ald
T's term for whirh .aid corporation shall exist
shall be nlmnty-nine yearn.
Tihe oftes of said company to raniamet Mad
bauleil Sshll be the PresidentVio-PrlldqBat.
0aaBl lere.. Bacrory ad ur, and a
1M Dmtore. to be eoaime ot nots
tmad not more than s %eva. The 01 e
WV_ er(dnt and Ceneral Masager nu be
M laliate person, and likewiseMM tbat la-
e4 aa Taaurr. The Bowad of1i
tMMendat any time I y B-Laws.
Ihwat-i Jlbe elected by stockholderan at eh
J MU j lAother offlors shall be leated an-
*u b P l-eto. Annual mrttae of th D&-
Mi -itkholders hall be bdsd on the ntw
,Is h Otober In aseh y ew; but said date

The het amount of indebtedness or liability
at any tlm hU set be more than o0.0o0 (fifty
then dem,. ), v..
The Mamas and rseidence of subscribe incor-
ratet a, to thr with capital stock subscribed
by eh. shall o Mlews:
Name. ResMiance. Amount of Stock.
F. C. Gilmore. Tallsahasmm
... hare. 1,000 00
C. B. Gwynn, Tallahasee
............. 12 Sharesr 6,.000 00
(f. H. (wyn. Tallahassee
..... .. 12har s 6.000 00
F. M. Phillip. Talloaabsee
........ 12 Share 6,000 00
G. I. Davls. Talseeh-a-s
2 ...... 8hrs 1,090 00
Subscribin I ncorporators.
State of Fi*rlda I
County of IAdon.
Before me the andersiffned authority, person-
ally appard F. (0. GUlmore, .C. B. Gwynn, (;. H.
Owynn, M. Phillips mW I. avis. to me well
known, who, being duly worn. severalJly say that
they slgned the fe..folir instrument of writing
fur the puirpo eea tmedhrrein.
In witness whereof a hereunto et my hand and
eficiat e hl xtis sixth day of August. A. D. 1 W7.
Notary Public. fate (if Florida.
My r.maniismon expires Au. a. 1911. 2(-bt

Made of 4 Ibs. of pure cotton
felt in lys like cut--High
(Grade akI-F'rench Roll
Eds- I neU Stitched -Guar-
anteed in y ay the equal of
the "Osteratr" or any other
Si.'N) felt miattres, you to be
the judge.
Order owe t0 day, sleep on it
thirty n tB6, and then if you're
not absol teatisfed your mon-
ey will be immedltely refunded
without qwuetlna or quibble.


Florida. I

White !boy Amst130 whoia
Tn'Talltosj osamhr ON


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A Special

I have a man with me who has here-
tofore beenmemployed at the Works of
the largest gla s manufacturing and
finishing concerns in this country,
he can make your old scratched or
spotted mirror asood as new by the
same processed t the factory.
Prices right and satisfaction 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. 13.

G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.

A Public Benefactor.
What the Thomadvlle 6hlrepodlst
Is able to correct:

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Soft Corat iba, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Peted,'
Odorst Perspinng Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without .
Pals on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC. .+

T7 The Public. .
Having suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now being free tfro
such pain, I most cheerfuly commend the gentle treatment and cure-of Dr.'
Robert E. William, Surgeon Chiropodist, of Thomasvi le, Ga.--Macon TegaB.
HERSCHEL .. VAUGHN,' Pistoffice, Macon, a.

Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Draes*
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wave a specialty
A woman Ada just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking ashe
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comely witot ,
in head hands and feet. Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails is unneasary;
they effect the eye-sight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every disoidir
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corrnand it don't hurt a speck.

Dr. Robert B. Williams,

Surgeon Chlropodlst Masseur,
Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St. THOMMRI
Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St. THOMA

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Old Kemper Livery Stables'


Under New Management.


68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.




50 pw CM* of yowr ASf y M bevft
Repair your BooBS and Sht.. Frbt ClaasWok. stafacmties gaa
Asoe we have ln. eoaactin wit l y @Mo busin.am the .

mtPesig tmt-mWorkmando this week. T
t od- m& z~w o~w eairs a"d Makes

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?m....y. c. lot W e. 4.0. .. ... . ... .....
Ea.. of T. l o. O0P. 60.
o T.....T. C. l ts 18 d. 0I,

,lff 41- *....... Part of T. C. lorm, OP. hltssdrom..,.
Br*. *.........T. C. lots oe~ 54 and 55 0. P. Ralse
W ater. f om ...................................
...' .... Pan of T. C2U lot 1111, 0 P1.Raisedroto.
P. pean and
: ^*W .................T. C. lot 71 and W% of 73. O. P. Raised

Irtot. Coo.....part o .C e. sT. o. P.. Ms d
.Part elf ..lot1 87. 016, = 6ad 1ll
MRa A. ,Mn.o-k....T. 114 is 11M .11A
S, O. P. RaL d from ....................
'A. 1*, Harper ........T. C. lot IN O. P., eo*et 10 ft. of the
east side: C. otso iand 111. O. P..
A T. C. et 13, 0. P.. oept 10 ft. off the
ast ide three. d from........
.,V. .. Coachman ......T. C. lots i and the east 10
V-,.; _ft. of No. 19. NRald tram ...........
T. Y iowhair ....T. C. lot 140 0. P. Itled from ..........
S? .........*1T. C. lot 141. O. PR ed from..........
Pi W pal .. **.......T. C. lot 144. O. P. R d from..........
v el M. Vy .......Part of T. C. lot 1 P. now ocu-
Spled by Algero and Cofbett. Raised
.frwmn ...................................
Also improvements on T. C. lot 171, O. P..
now occupied by J. F. Hill. Raised from
S IL .. Lv.ly ........*Part of T. C. lot 176. 0. P. Raised from..
Wa, i rn Telephone
ad ~onst. Co......The west 140 feet of T. C. lot 177, 0. P.
Ralsed from ..........................
S, D Wetcott st ..Part of T. C. lot 178, 0. .. described to-
Ge. (~awis Exr. wit: Begin at the southeast corner of
said lot 178 and run north 4& feet then
S west 160 fe t, then south 48 feet. and
then east 1%6 feet to beginning. Raised
from ...................................
B. Meglnnias ......Part of T. C. lot 180, O. P. Raised from..
i A. Meginnis .....Part of T. C. lota 180 and 181, O. P.
.. Raised from ...........................
Pr L. 9 B. Young,.... T C. lot 134. O P. Raised from. ........
JiL. Bil...........W% of W% of T. C. lot 292. 0. P. Raised
1"a.. from ...t........ a ............
W'llam Child ...... E of W' of T. C. lot 292. 0. P. Raised
red T. Myers ......T. C. lotas No 318, 814, a~d 814, 0.
P. Raised from ..........................
C. Z. Fennr...........W of T. C. lot No. 17, N. A. Ritsed
M r f. T. plU E t.. rom ...................................
A.. C. piller. AeontLThe west 70 feet of T. C. lot No. Se, N. A.
Raised from ..........................
W. Wllam ......T. C. lot 5 N. A. Raised fro..........
T. C. lots 69, 60. 61, 62, 63 and 64, N. A.
Raised from ...........................
GtO. H. Owynn......T, C. lot 104. lotA. Raled from.........
.A. Perkins ........T. C. lot 108, N. A. Raised from ........
Mrs. F. R. Lamb ..... Part of the old court house square In the
N.. A. to the City of Tallahassee, la..
Se described to-wit: Begin at the Ie cor*
nerof said square, at the Intersotlon
of MNCatthy & Monroe streets, then run
west 320 feet, then north 180 feet. then
east 320 feet, thence south 180 feet to
hbeRnning. Raised from .............
Mrs. L. C. Winthrop..T. C. lot 17,. N. A. Raised from .......
/ Mrs. Lilian E. Pearee.E of T. C. lots 230 and 231, A. Raised
from .... ........................ ...
Chrtistopher Cola Est.Es of E% of T. C. lot No. 20. N. W. A.
Raised from ..........................
D. U. Hall ..........Center 1-3 of T. C. lot No. .0, N. W. A.
Raised from .........................
J. W. l.'erreu ........W 1-3 of T. C. lot No. 22, N. W. A. Raised
from ..................... . .........
Primus Hatchett ....8ub-dlv. lot No. 3 of T. C. lot No. 49, N.
k ~W. A. Raised from ... ..............
S Larney Whaley ......Buhb-dlv. lot No. 5of T. (. lot Nio. 49, N.
W. A. Raised from ...................
J .7 Redd ..........!,4 of Nw_%. Nw% of Nw',. W of Ne',4,.
1s4 of Ne 4. and 8% of NelV of Ne,
sec. 27. tp. N, range 2 W. 360 acres
Raised from ...........................
Peggy Martin., et al...T. C. lot 6. E% 81. Raised from........

S to 400
to 1.00

S0to 700
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400 to 500

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I C. 0. ANDRUws, President.

St. Terema. La., Aug. 21t 1907
True Democrat, Tallahassee, PFa:
The picnic given by Misses Ella Cas-
ler Lisa Gwynn and Azalee Moor was
enjoyed by all the children and a num-
ber of the grown-ups. The little folks
athbered on the beach west of Teresa
where gamew were played aMd later a
a deligtfu lunch wa served by the
three charming little hostesses.
George Lewis Henderson celebrated
ighth o birthday on the 12th with a
candy pullL
Rev. J. E. Woodward returned to
Chaires Saturdsa.
Hp. Fred T. Myers, Mrs. T. E. Per-
kma and Mitte son arrived at Teresa on
M ame. R. H. Mickler and J. Earle
Perkins are visiting at the MeDougall
cottage this week.
Mrs. Arrowsmith and Miess Dykes
are visiting Miss Mary D. Lewis this
M. Chas. Munroe arrived at Teroa
o Tuesday for his annual outnn.
ears. John and Abram MeDougall
retuoed to town on Monday after a
plleant vacation of two weeks.
Mrs. Edward T. Raux and two chil.
dr of Plant City, are stopping at the
Bt ford ott for ten days.
Mr. Howard Gamble is at Terea
,ito spend the woek-end with his
Mr. T. Eugene Perkins arrived on
Prof. A. A. Murphy and Mr. J. P. 8.
Houstomb returned to town Teeday.
St. Teresa during the moath a ep
tmb is an idea place ler the man
wit the red. Red fish and grouper
are caught froa the wharf aad mullet
we fat Wfius. Crabs an plentiful
nam ea alligator aSdI raay p but
*ter In the season t are caught in


Chidmr a I Pal
never cry as do children who are suffer-
ing from hunger. Such is the cause of
all babies who cry and are treated for
sickness, when theyare really suffer-
ing from hunger. This is caused from
their food not being assimilated but de-
voured by worms. A few doses of
White's Cream Vermifuge will cause
them to cease cnrng and begin to
thrive at ones. Gfye t a trial. Sold
by Hardee-Smith Co.
plala"e to Lease.
I desire to leaoe my 500-acre planta-
tion, located about four miles southeast
of Tallahamee. for a term of ynrs.
Contains splendid lands, suitable for all
general crop, and is well watered; ten-
ant houses, barns, etc., and has excel-
lent land for tobacco growing. Address
Mrs. B. C. Chairs, Tallahassee Fla.,
or see J. G. Collins. 21-tf
Mr. L. S. Peck was in the eity on
Thursday. Mr. Peck is a S. A. L. .R.
official of great popularity, and counts
his friends by the score.
Gov. Broward ha again left the city.
but will return in time to meet with
the Inveetigating Committee upon their
return from Lauderdale.
DeWitt' Little Eary Risers don't
sicken or gripe. Small L, eas yw to
take. Soklbya d all& toM "
The G., F. & A. sale seare is on
again. At frequent but irregular inter-
vals Madame Rumor starts a whisper
that rapiUdly grows into a volume of
sound and peetrates Into ever t of
the clrt, tuw of taesa G..
P. & R. R. The present rumor, liki
its predese sors. is without foundation.
Owing to the abeeaee of the Gov-
ern, tO Board I of Cont mi et
that was to have been held here two
weeks agfe through ad wwas
poned wIaea&- the 0thm a
How~ "eVrwo of t0 member
presently th-tive- it was agai
embW ho waT take plase In

um 41 do

South Cliola, ma .me MOill w '


Go to Ca.Tw tob -_
ave tNo. 2 to

Mra. A. L. Gonaodfst o

a p vyla m nt idt to i.
Dr. Thoma N. Dva of Duv t
up stairs. next to
*Phone No. thb7. tota I
Mrs. Al. J o. GobaIs van siter of
efChina, entry F C t Glf,reMd. U.
Dowling, of Jadcaville.
Mr. Eugene. H Dual, of the ual .
am on North to buyhialla ae troi

gotod. H, will are always morlad to
way back, andt. his oldf T
ton in restion andt t. T a.
Mrs. AlW. .Jaobs s vat habr Tspe
lahao. eorlate W. Saxon spt ad t
Sundest at th Blhs fam with haer
Howarnd nGamble, with t a

at St. Ter tho wadd
China, Bilver amd oat Glass. 2
Mr. J. L. mteahison, of the Hute
inson Company, of Jacsoavil
amond his maey Tallahasse t a
affala today, who an always ,flad to
with reome s at. his old Tallahas-
Mr. Charle ty Monrode is spending. a
short aetion at St. Trba ry, sweet
Mr. W. H. Markham has bown spend
ing this week at Panaces.

With kssy pJoce on her neck and dim-

s l elsewhere.
ROtabaga Seell atll at Yargee.
Howard Gambs awit yethr Rtabaga Sied

at rte St. es
Mrs. J. R. Combs and sons, 0m -

with feri and relatives in Taahe
Everybody love or baby rosy, t wee

wIll atn i aB dy egt,.
ry Wne before 18eaub

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Gt. The Habit e

Leave your oiled cloth at home bundled up
We'll do the rest. Then you will have no
mIlmated soelm, no hunting the waswoman
8 mornings for a elean shirt,o w
solutmi MaamMd dmrtae @ t ad rutod,
ne tsawm to loom and fom over getti your
Xja 0 8on Saturdby night, no bundWo of
th to lug up stret.
See0 Telephone te Manager about 'our
thily rats to yong men.
"Et t of the "old rut" and ein the right
way 7 having all your work e* at


C. E. GA84Ut, Manage.

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We have a few


Refrigerators and Ice Chests at knock down prices.

Curtains, Portleers, 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 similar to the one below, properly filled in with number and
name of party to whom issued. (The stub will also be filled in and retained by ne
as a record )

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.A sIar . . ...............

Coupon o. .. 7a/ahaae, ........../907.
e7h/a rntitle x . . ... . .. . ... . . . ... . ..
.7A entiVl/ .. .................................
to Al/ ehoier of any X74.00 fauggy Ia msy atoek, provided
the numAeer ane) name AeMon, writfeM In ink, correspond
,itha f/l/t atmA dr/aw, n date p-ire is to b de)aum,, AOe.,
2/st /907.
iyned ................................
., . . . . . . . m . . .. . I .. .

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.

The winning number will be determined, Dec., 21st, by drawing from the stubs.
The holder of coupon corresponding to first stub drawn will be given his choice of
any open or top $75.00 buggy in my stock. This is no fake. I am going to see
that every customer receives fair and just treatment. Some one holding these
coupons will positively get a first-class $75.00 buggy, FREE.
I think I have the most complete and most up-to-date line of pleasure and
business vehicles in this neighborhood, but I may be prejudiced. Suppose you ask
any one who has had occasion to buy of me. I have pleased some mighty particu-
lar people. Why not give me a chance at you.



Dust proof long distance axels. Side
or end Springs. Genuine Leather Seat.
Quarter Leather Top. Heavy Curtains.
Storm Apron. A Buggy that usually
sells for $60.00................$5.00

Cor Clinton and Adams St.

Tallahae, Fla.