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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 30, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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*- 1',,A*1ASSEiE, Fl


\FRIDAY. AUGUST ,30 1907.


NO.


Qood Governmnt;: Honesty in Public Offic; .ual Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


OF THE CITY LIOE
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#arm Are Belag Deserted-Bau toe
arm New the Cr.
The Clay County Timee has the fol.
lowing:
"Back to the farm" is the cry being
set up from all parts of the country,
and especially from the cities where
the population is becoming so terribly
asngested that the problem of handling
it is becoming a serious one indeed.
Farms in all sections of the country
are being deserted, and those who
formerly occupied them are exchanging
farm life for city life and the problem
In indeed growing to be one o( a very
serious nature, one that is commanding
the best thought of our country.
While many are moving from the farms
to town, few, if any, are ever inspired
to move from town to the farms.
The sole ambition of the farmer's son
seems to be to' turn his back on the
farm as soon as he attains to the age
when he is expected to look out for him-
self and get a job in the nearest town
or city as a clerk or something else,
dreaming that this constitutes the ideal
life and gives freedom from manual la-
bor, and once the boy from the far%
h worn the stiff collar and "biled'
t and been a town "dude" there is
Ms tae trying to tell him of the beauties
d freedom of country life. The pure
air, the singing of birds, the early
call of the barnyard rooster are no
longer sweet to him, the first love of
haUlife has given place to the strenu-
osity of.eity ways and he is as much a
ptisoner as the man in jail.
As a matter of course there is a rea-
son for all of this and the reason lies in
the fact that country life has not been
surrounded with the advantages and
pleasures it was entitled to. The law-
makers of the land have legislated in
favor of the classes rather than the
masses, the great combinations of cap
ital have had every protection that the
law could give. The farmer, with the
product of his toil, has been completely
at the mercy of the manipulators of the
markets, and the producer, who, ot all
others, should have an acquaintance
with the value of his product, has had'
no voice whatever in fxing its selling
price. This system is largely responsi-
ble for the conditions of today and the
restlessness of the farming classes
sad their dissatisfaction with their lot
In life.
Another strong reason why so many
,. the farm and seek homes in the
and towns is the miserable con-
dition of the country highways. Nobody
cares to be buried in the country for-
ever, but as conditions now exist the
man and his family who live in the
country any distance from town are
practically cut off from the rest of the
world because the miserable condition
of the roads prevent them from visit-
Ing or being visited. The American is
social in his nature and as a rule, if he
can help it, he will endure no life which
shuts him off from communication with
his fellow man.
-There is no question about it, there
are many men in the country who
would make fine merchants, lawyers,
doctors, manufacturers, etc., and these
should seek the cities and towns, be-
cause that is where they belong to ful-
4y develop their powers, but there are
also thousands of men in the cities
strugling for a living, scarcely making
both ends meet, who would make ideal
farmers, and these should go to the
farms for their own good and the good
of the country.
Economist who study conditions view
with no little alarm the present drift of
the population from the farms to the
cities and towns and they see, and in no
very distant future a very serious state
of affairs unless something is done to
stem the tide, but what to do or how to
do it are the propositions that demand
the attention of the best and deepest
thinkers.
One plan whichommends itself and
which just now is receiving the atten-
tion of the United States government
is the introduction of farmers from
foreign countries. For the most part
the older countries are so densely popu-
lated, both in the farming districts and
. in the cities that the people of those
countries welcome any plan that prom-
isea relief from the congestion, and
large numbers of them will doubtless
come and make good and industrious
eitisens, bringing into cultivation mil-
lions of acres of waste land and there-
by adding millions of dollars to the val-
ues of the country.
Within the past few years there has
besn a decided decrease in the values
of farm, properties, or in other words,
farm lands have not kept pace with the
inuesese in other properties, although
farm products have enjoyed a healthy
increase hi selling prices.


No legitimate business pays a larger
er sOrer profit on the capital and labor
ftvested than farming. At times the
lat eis hard but it is the most inde-
M-ut life on earth, and no class of
leeudoy the commanding position
ithefarmers do if they would only
their opportunities and de-
rights.


4aSctbel T*who 711TTED OW oftfru avse as. 5. sbt.
Thos who doubt hAbWdnt op* James M. ShM.k wr i uper".
tl es are open to te yog men NE D& SCHOOLS atendept *f public d wiunmow
Of the oth can evinced give some facts which how
of their err by a t of the and why the great l grat wa
g t tPe 0111th pon1 W 18 .".r11 1 i9 Snrlat. n tted and wrkedn dio y1?
Geora Sebo of Technology, *Out i npathictic itch ta a ty from Johns-
lo at t tla ta, t uat center A frie Mhas ti allowing to say tow afternoon s states that
Of te South, had a eroteat last te of Hon. wmi. fonmdr s
year of 508 students &*.eehnical a*a the a i go o Hn. W. e buias g and nI"
training. Durig the year Twere M. IHolloway, St Superintendent of at bwho inins by th
6000 Industrial enterles started in Publio Instruotles, aim the candidacy ra ot the cap1it investigation
t South, e ad yt tre was th of this gentleman a his own succes- e miklon, ha de ,o that he will
4,000 students enrolled in all Southern make a full confession of all he knows
technical schools. sor. in connection with the capitol scandal.
It is generally conceded that the "Among the fairest and most pro- Shumaker's statement is given out by
Georgia School of Technology is the ressive measures by the recent one of his closest personal and political
ranking engineering institution of the legislature were tboe increasing the friends, and is as follows:
South. The manager of one of the per dium of the members of the Boards "I am going on the witness stand to
largest corporations in the country of Public Instruction from two to four tell everything. I will not keep back a
came personally to Atlanta from Boston dollars, and the eact increasing the sala- sin le secret, and when I Set through I
in June last an engaged four members ries of the County Superintendents of wil show that a man highin official life
of the Senior Class to operate plants Public Instruction, which act is so grad- at Harrisburg ought to go to the peli-.
for his company, and every member of uated that the salaries are based upon tentiary. I have committed no wrong.
the two las'`jenior Ctlases had lucra- the total annual receipts for school pur- Probers may be after me, but I will go
tive position offered them before grad- poses in the severabounties. after the man they are protecting. I
nation. To Hon. W. M. Holloway, State will not spare him' I am going to tell
The South is thoroughly awakened to Superintendent of Public Instruction, is e erything I know. I do not propose to
her industrial possibilities, and is in ik- due in large measure the passage of suffer for the sins of scoundrels who
ing progress that is almost increditaule. those laws by the legislature. With the i know of colossal graft, but refused to
The day of skilled labor is at hand, the crowded condition of the calendar at stop it. I know what the graft was
demand for such far exceeds the sup- the close of the legislature, the bill for-that it was to cover a treasury
ply. Last year for every engineering regulating the salary of the County shortage and save the name of a for-
graduate from a Southern institution. Superintendents of Puble Instruction, mer United States Senator from Penn-
ffteen came from the North and West. together with a great many other bills, sylvania, now dead. I am now anxious
The young men of the South should was still pending, and by strenuous ef- to go on the stIad, anJ the sooner the
ponder over the figures, and grasp the forts upon his part, he was successful better for me. I want to get myself
opportunity for betterment within their in impressing upon the members of the right before the people, for, help me
reach and immediately seelk a technical legislature the importance of this meas- God, I am an innocent man "
training. ure. It is of the highest importance C. ho os
The Georgia School of Technology, that the members of the Boards of Pub- Bryan Not the Whole Cheese.
under the careful guidance of Dr. K. G. lie Instruction shouldbemen of strength The Chicago Record-Herald of last
Matheson, is rendering valuable service and business ability, and it is just and Tuesday a week says that Col. Win.
in equipping young men with engineer- proper that they should have a fair Jennings Bryan will not be permitted
ing knowledge. The training received compensation for their services to be a "passive" candidate for the
at this institution is a life-long dividend-j It is a recognized fact that in most Democratic Presidential nomination.
paying investment. Considering the. i counties, heretofore, the Superintend- He will have to speak up if he wants a
facts, no young man of the' South should "ents of Public Instruction have been chance at the job.
be heard to complain that the "day of the most poorly paid servants of the Before the Democratic National Comn-
opportunity" is past. county. In most instances their sala- mittee meets in December to fix the
This school, while admittedly the best ries were so small that they were forced place and date for holding the national
equipped technical training school in to engage in some other business in or- convention, Mr. Bryan will be forced
the South, is constantly making im- der that they might gain a livelihood practically to declare himself an active
provements. Five acres have recently With the increase of salaries it is now aspirant for the nomination.
been added to the Campus, a new Li- practicable for them to give their entire A decision to this effect was reached
brary and new Chemical Laboratory time and attention to the welfare of in Chicago Saturday at a conference in
have been built and put into commias- their schools, and the cause of educa- which National Chairman Taggart and
sion and other improvements are con- tion will be quickened and strengthened Roger C. Sullivan had a prominent
templated. thereby. part. In the conference, it is under-
The next term of the school begins Having been engaged in school work stood, were representatives of enough
September 25th. Those desiring any all of his life, and having served in the elements to make the ultimatum good.
detailed information will do well to ad- several capacities of teacher, county Gov. Joseph W. Folk, of Missouri, is
dress Dr. K. G. Matheson, President of superintendent of public instruction, to be the wedge used to pry Mr. Bryan
the Georgia School of Technology, who and State Superintendent of Public In- off the lid which has kept possible can.
will be very glad to answer in detail all struction, Mr. Holloway is well fitted didates of Democracy quiescent. The
inquiries, to know the need of the public school penalty for refusal to abide by the will
.-... system, and he is to be congratulated ot the national leaders is the transfer
Edy Case Drepped. upon the fact of his ability to see and of the delegations of Illinois, Indiana
Concord, N. H. Aug. 2.-The famous apprelate its most ree W ed, and and the "ommervative" Stateoadem the
suit brought by George W. Glover, the upon the energy city displayed Bryan column to some other caenidate-
son of Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, and by him bringing these matters to the probably Gov. Folk.
others as "next friends," to secure an attention of the law-makers. WOULD CATCH BRYAN.
accounting of the property of the foun- Mr. Holloway'sa administration has The proposition, it is understood, is
der and the head of the Christian been unanimously endorsed by the State to have authoritative announcement
Science church, came to an abrupt end. Convention of county superintendents, made from Missouri that Folk is ready
Immediately after the openin of the and other school officers, which was to get into the Presidential race. Then
court in the hearing reaing Mra. Ed made up of forty county superintend- a deputation o Folk's friends will ask
day's competence, Will-am F. Chandler, cents of public Instruction, thirty-four Mr. Bryan to declare himself for the
seGior counsel for the next friends, an. members of the boards of public in- Missouri Governor. A refusal will be
nounced that counsel for the next friends struction, two trustees of special tax considered as a declaration of war, and
had filed with the clerk of the court a school districts, and thirty-one high Bryan will be forced to fight for the
motion for a dismissal of the suit, He school principals; by the teacher's sum- Missouri delegation.
said there were many reasons for this mer schools, which had an aggregate Such a situation is what the conserva-
action but the principal one was "the attendance of three hundred and twenty- tive leaders are hoping for. So soon as
unproAftableness of any immediate re five teachers, and by the Florida edu- such a condition appears on the horizon
suit of the decision in our favor upon national association which is composed of the opportunity wil be at hand for a
the exact issue as now framed, cpmpar- five hundred of the leading teachers battle between the Bryanites and the
ed with the burdens and disadvantages and school officials of the State. unfriendly State organizations, which,
to be endured by us both before and Since his announcement as a candi- it is claimed, will espouse the Folk
after such a decision." date to succeed himself as State Su- cause.
-- ..... -.-- perintendent of Public Instruction, the Chairman Taggart carries a commis-
A Dose Dealt Our R. Hudson Burr. personal promises of support and the sion with him, it is said, to do and act
Hon. R. Hudson Burr Little River letters of proffered aid received by him for the solid Eastern strength in the
Fla, member of the stateurailroadcomr have been numerous and most re-assur- next national convention.
mission, and incidentally gubernatorial lng. Mr. Sullivan has be en tcloly -in
candidate, must not be in the good Lot Us Bear ur Brother's Burdens. touch with the Middle Weernowedo-
graces of Editor Harris, of the Ocala -, crat., and those who have followed de-
Banner, Listen to what the venerable "One of the creditors" of the Fort velopments closely have little doubt
one says n Dallas National Bank is of the true that he is competent to speak for a
"Mr. R Hudson Burr, is not as big a christian kind, and writes the following number of States in the Mississippi
fool as some people thought he was. communication for the Miami Metropo- valley
He has not resigned his job on the rail- to os: th n r l. W.L[INOENOI' C.
road commission because he announced "I would like to commend the news- A C. Stewart,president of the St.
his candidacy for governor. He has no papers of Miami for that nearer ad- Io)uis Board of Police Commissioners.
intention of "turning go."' His an- vancement to an ideal newspaper; the and known as Gov. Folk's closet friend
nouncement tor governor did not fall newspaper that has large head ines for in St. L.ouis, was not at the conference,
upon the people with the consuming th good done, as in the case of the but he had been in Chicago for two
rage of a prairie fire, but fell altogether Fort DalIa National Bank. days, andi Mr Sullivan had bulletins
tame and flat, and the administration is "The times are progressive toward I freh from the front to carry to the
looking in the direction of Mr. John. N. good. Man's inhumanity to man does conference as indicative of Gov. Folk's
C. Stockton or young Bryan for a can- not work out the law of doingg unto idisposition. That Folk is willing to get
didate. So far as we have observed others as ye would have that they into the Presidential contest is taken
only two papers in Florida are friendly do unto you,' and in the case of Wm aH assured.
to Mr. BurrO candidacy, and if Bryan M. Brown, he, as the greatest sufferer Mr Bryan may be compelled to show
or Stockton can be induced to enter the of all in this unpleasant affair, needs his hand In another way before the Na-
race these two papers in all probability the help and encouragement of all con- tional Committee meets There is no
will change front Mr Burr has a corned, as we can readily see by put- doubt under existing conditions that
"wet blanket" wrapped around him ting ourselves in his place-the only Chicego is the choice of a large major-
about as completely as we have ever manner of judging righteous judg- tcy of the National Committee as n
witnessed He really presents a sad ment. place for holding the convention, and
spectacle "-Miami Metropolis. "Which of us could throw the fisst the plans are now under way to push
-.. --- -. stone if we search ourselves to find the deal through The doubtful quan-
Remedy for DI arheea. Never alew whether our judgment under stress of tity about Chicago winning when the
to Iva-. cir? umstances, has always been our committee meets is furnished by Mr.
best. One cannot help but think that Bryan himself. Should the Nebraskan
"I want to say a few words for by the manly stand he has taken to, maintain the position that Roger Sulli-
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- make every effort in his power to bring van must get out of the national or-
rhoea Remedy. I have used this prepa- about conditions to pay every dollar due ganization, it is presumed that he will
ration in my family for the past five the creditors, that it was not criminal not favor Chicago, the Sullivan stamp-
years and have recommended it to a intent that brought these affairs about. ing ground.
number of people in York county and "8o let us help to hear our brother's An attempt on Mr Bryan's part to


have never known it to fail to effect a burden by doing all in our power to line up the national committeemen for
cure in any instance. I feel that I can- bring about harmony and put no obsta- Cincinnati, possibly, or any other city
not say too much for the best remedy cle in the way of straightening out than Chicago, will be taken immedi-
of the kind in the workL "-S. JERMION, thee matters. ately as an unfriendly act by the con-
Spring Grove, York County, Pa. This ----... -- - ervatives and precipitate the trouble
remedy is for sale by Tallahassee Drug Get up early, between 3 and 4 o'clock, fur the Nebraskan a bit earlier than is
Co. and see the comet, now expected.


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a sudden lowering of his vitality.
rallied from this, however, and .
pulse regained its normal astregth
though nhe still lay unconscious
the sudden coming of the end. He f
asleep as quietly as a child in its moh
er's arms, only the cessation of his
breathing marking the flight of
sp rit to another plane.
One son and two daughters survive
their father, Mr. P. W. Wilson ad
Mrs. Frances Hogan, of this ity,
Mrs. N. M. Long, of Memphis Tenn.;
also two sisters, Mrs. Florida Wardst
and Mrs. Brailesford Maxwell, both of
Tallahassee.
Mr. Wilson's remains were brought
here and laid to rest from the beautiful
home which he had so dearly loved.
Loving hands adorned his narrow bed,
and friendly voices sang sweet strains
of music to soothe and comfort the
grieving ones left behind. Then, down
n the City Cemetery, near wife and
children, they left him to his last sleep.
His pallbearers were Capt. R.A.
Shine and R. B. Gorman, two of his
boyhood friends, and Messrs. Hayward
Randolph, John Winthrop, J. D. Cay
W. A Demilly, Fred T. Myers and
Wallace Quarterman.
Give Credit Waen Due.
Worthy of more than passing notice
is the action of State Senator Thos. F.
West whose home is at Milton in Santa
Rosa county. Senator West accepted
a position as attorney to the board of
county commissioners of his county at
the agreed salary of twepty-five dollars
a month. Now, finding that his work
as such attorney is not as laborious as
he anticipated when he accepted the
position, he comes voluntarily forward
and requests the board to reduce the
salary "to such an amount as in the
opinion of the board is equitable and
just," where upon the board reduced it
to twelve dollars a month. We met
Mr. West while in Tallahassee last
spring attending the legislature and
were impressed by his seeming fairness
and sense of right and justice in all
matters that came up for consideration.
This incident proves that our estimate
of the gentleman was correct and in-
creases our feeling of esteem and re-
spect for him. What a pity we have
not more such public officials.-Madi-
son New Enterprise
Print with your home printer always.


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W. R. WILSON
NOW AT
I --
on ef t Ol4rnest Mad s"
Men a CMa Dies.
Proaptly at 4:80p. m. on M
neoy every place of business in TaBld-
basse was closed, that a last tributatie
honor ndght be paid to one of the ecity'
most highly reapected aons, Mr. W. L.,"
Wilson. Mr. Wilson was born inTaa
hamse August 81, 1888, passed his bay.
hood here, and, showing every evidmeo no
of a natural appitude for business, w~l
taken into partnership with his fatheak
Mr. D. C. Wilson, at the early ageoif
seventeen.
This place of business occupied the
present site which has the unique d GI
tinction of being the only place in Ta-
lahassee that has not, at some period
its history, changed ownership.
the Wilsons have occupied this
lar plot of ground since civlitatm
came to this part of Florida.
Not long before the war, D. C. WJ
son, Jr., a younger brother of W. R ,
was made a partner, and the father r
tired from active business; but aftWt"i
the war the store was destroyed byf l6r
and W R. Wilson withdrew todo
ness for himself. Rebuilding later
the father and younger son again o
ied the old stand, but not for lon,
D. C., Jr., drew out and his father
tired. It was then that Mt. W. R. W
son moved back to the w her
has since unbrokenly card O W'1
inhing mercantile business, .
admired both in private and
For some months Mr. Wiluobp
has been failing, and he was
early in July, to White Crow's Iai, i
Bennington, Vermont. Here he
to grow stronger, but soon a reast ,
came which was so alarming that
son, who had returned home, ln'
his father in the care of his sister, MI
Frances Hogan, and suo de
every comfort and aid to health,
telegraped for. Accompanied
wife, Mr. P. W. Wilson left I
ately, and was met in
the startling information that
had developed a cancer on his vi.
which would prove more or lefsa .
stantly fatal '
Wednesday evening, the 21st Lpt.,
Mr. Wilson expessda wish to.
rather earlier than usual, 0 ,
helped to bed bhis son. Havntk
ranged the invalid's pillows with
touch, he beat over and asked. 'lSf


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tno ai will bet foad.
sAcount of the lofr1oeIt of Chap
Simms, after kb surrmder to the
amthoriti,. the ealling out of the amil.
tary to gusad the jail and the spirittrs
away of the prison to Live Oak on a
special train, leaving the soldiers On
guard at the jail for several hours after
the departure of the prisoner.
These things were done by order of
the Governor. There was no riot.
Theft was no mob, hungry for the life


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tender of Science,r
to print a from her reWv
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t situ&.oefit of Eo a
Chrttian Mrs. Eddy re-

' *lthACi of the lawsuit is de-
scribed lnUM& tures, James Ul:S.
Our work Ia to future will be the
sawm as i to pMt, namely, to byOV
God *oprm Y, sad to love our neghb
bor as ours!; to return pood for evil,
to reform the sinner and to heal the
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S...-- --- .- .. or Ue prisoner. Scareely any citizensa e -
Imf f et to e Ofeskb NI5ws 9er knew of the circumstances until after Ntice
ofel L CE*tr, the acts of the authorities had been Mr. Woo represent
committed, and therefore there wasut- p fa Tlgl line ofl
-,- r y Aest 3, IW. ter absence of danger to the culprit. pricing all the staples and
-Why were these things done? both Foreig and Domestic
SWhy was it necessary to make it. p- Wait for him if you
the late styles in cuwom
S-- pear that the citizens of Leon county ih
i a *wt at sr ,1 are a community of lawless and blood- Full and complete line
ai rodition or eiruota,-nit Not a thirty rioters ? at Levy Broe'. store orn
.- ---* ever p r7.td ......d.lth.
', -:' The answer mu t he that Governor and 1th.
Blountetown Derrmoct lhelieve l'Broward has dtermrined to Ilt no op-. Dr. Thomas N. Evan-, 1)
Kehoe will inot "try to sail portunity rpas of d.; crediting and pun- i stairs, next to I# .-
in a cloud of Suiiiutra tobac- imiir, tlhe p,.'p-' le' of l.rn county be- o Ladie C57 .
e.'- Right I c;u tI hI-v have' per tntly and uni- 7Io and $1 () values o !,.
best that thie l,,it ,tow :ior.d has forml- r i,,.ulia',d hi. policies and re- 'ents, levy Bros.
f(or Polk count:,".- '',riatorial riin- 446i.i s Ie iti uwbeatern into supljorting Mrs. James S. V Ii
M.. thr-m. 1 '-r' I, no other anmwr. e lr'n, who have lt'.'
Hon,. P .M. IrM. r.:rnell, i.' that he, t r. n th answ r resa, will v tuni ...
"amonK the lew.',.rs" when their. 'l h. !u .i;, l iin,ony given ,y e.x \V, have on ha ld .i .'
5We courn'ed. 'TlH Iecordl' con- <(;o rr ,ir .*ler.,i :.V.,- i!A-.t w ek ht'ire,' 1:iln-dri'd 4-inch li ..
ilanm doo it infinite (credit th' e I I l'ui.' l iv.-t eating Comimishion al.x,,o 8 :nd 11) nth 1.1 .
.t 1 h h he one goes on the witne.- :< stardb, .d st in whale it. lIat. ( I,
# r. i t la.t. "L i ,. oy
oath or otherwiie-, he should d h expomd and ,,, i,, rted lrb the teti-
tell everything ; ;id r','. keep ony of C. ; Wailt, who i,- Mr. Knt Johnson I
Ss gle e r t," ,, mes i pared l,-fore th..< *i rrnission and furn a l,.|;iant trip to Ji:t, '
oFler, forr- r ,. tJrn .f i-hed that body wi'n tmanry interesting M\rs.. H. A. Megin ,i
buierin forr <.rt~ Sltand .pertrinerit fa, I ,lurinK the early M..,,nis, Miss Sue Ait,
bulilirngs anid gfrc,..u ,,i of (ifrit i ir>o w-.. ., ,.ppurn(v of i;ur lIttle sons of )r-. 1
says he will d. part f tiw appearance li returned honm Iir
-.1 -..I I severt.r l wltn.-h,' ,, ,-rri, of them r.,'ws- ,,I ,,, at iLanark.
latest addition to th.e long list of paperir men, who w -re uinatll, Stilt, Mr. E*;. I. Alford,. ,i., i
trial casnlidit,' "mentioned" I naturally, to tf.-itify 'f their ow ni /i,- New ,orl M E. M. Hendry of Lee county, o,,,n kinw,-l rii concerning rn;at 'r-4 of cha sieij the fall stock for t
tedby the Fort Myr Breze ,common report which they had, pub- eta'twll visit, the Ex,, I '
man, free from factional en-, lishe'd or ormer,.nted iuln, retlatitiL t com.ning home.
lefents, ibut he Las positively re- snarifice sales of public land lyth I. I. Anything in the line ,of
to regard himrielf it a "po sitili- hoard, to get money to mink in, Ever- trade deniands can e,' fu
S . -. glade drainiag- schemrnes, has caused the, Hurns & Co., Men's Furnisi
National Daily says : "If you Jonnings-Ilrowarde "sulibidize'd press"' Misses Mary, iHele a rumbling sort of rose over Ken: occasion for much self-congratulation, ford, t'he bright and s ilend.
iof Mr. E. H. Alford, hiveI
ways, don't get excited. It is but the fact remains that sorme, at ing a seamonnin Western Nor
ly only the water wagon trying least, of themenewHpa(lr rn witnesses and will soon visit Haltirno
through the mint beds." When were able to and did name to the take in the Exposition for s
r that rumbling nound over this Commission numbers of tes ons cogni- lion. W. C Croom and
now, it i sone big gun mak- nnt of the facts, from whom full and Shine were in Jacksonvillh
now, it f nomhe l un mak- complete information could he and has and registered at the Aragi
effort to fall into the gubernuto- perhaps been procured. "Truth is ; before investing in a
S... -mighty, and wil prevail," if not now, machine for your summer
ounce of prevention may he then some time in the future. and price the New Home
poundsof cure," but Napoleon Under the new license law, and on nmachimes at J. E. Theus
te Broward in his action in which Comptroller Croom has ruled that Store, on corner of Adams
the negro murderers from the license' must be paid at once, the streets
amount asseamed againl the traveling Mis RItosellie Sewull, ol
county jail, where there was no picturee agent wil probably put him ias visiting Tallahassee re
to him, to Live Oak on a special "over the back fence" for kecps. friends, and is now the gu
do" every citizen of Le.on county Gainesville Sun L.- C. Yaeger.
injustice. We are not desper- The extra taxes of both kinds will be Everybody loves our baby,
t throats, neith.-r would we let apt to put more than traveling picture W nd warm,
With kissy places on her ne
s from Georgia take our town. agents "over the back fence," when ples on her arms.
S r .... .. nn the operation is felt all along the line. Once she was so thin and cr
r former suplerintenident o(f public and it is hardly osNil)le prohilbitioners cry with pain -
and grounds who held office 'ill let Comptroller Croom make them Mot. r gave her Cascaswe
Sthe construction and furnishing r-linsible for it. There will le thoxe well again. Sold by I
new Stat Capito building n responsible for it. There will be tho, e Mrs. J. T. Perkins and I
ew ana, on whote (it bhe hit buiding in o u who will let the people know ex- ter, Mary Lou, have return
vaiiaed on whom it of hehilh m actly where the respmnsibihlty conws hassee after a several wee
tried, abuses and grft, in and lies. Pensacola and other point
Ing, abuse and graft, now .. now guests of Mrs. R. Ht
to expoe the whole thing Mrs. Harry L Taylor and two bright at Mrs. Richard Long's I
w t he a f it ath oung children, of Greenville, nrrivel city.
what he says of it in another col'- hre last Saturday, and will spend sev- rs. Reenette Hunt ha
*f this newspaper. oral weeks with Mrs. Taylor s sisters, class in Art at her residence
e^n ....... Mrs. C. Gwnn and Mrs. T'allbt struction wilh include dray
now come the l'onsacola Ne.wsi Whitileld. color and oil painting, and
isahes the Governor with still Mr. John G. Kellum, secretary of the practical applied design.
1Wr "reason" for an extra session i ourd of Control, has gone to White hus been a student of the
sUtng that he include in his Springs for a fortnight's vacation in New York City.
oeofthMiss Christine and Mr. Frank Wide- Rutabaga Seed! Call
tone of the plurieseofntheimeet-n man left Monday for a visit in Gaines- Bethel ('o.'s for your Ruts
the Long neglected, constitution- vills. When the Stetson Univerity
semmanded, reapportionmentof the opens, Mo,,rs. Frank and Jerome will Mr. .Joseph Ferrell, who I
This Is, really, the only merit- enter as students. Mr. and Mrs. Wide- nressman for a number of r
Sman will iwit leave until the first of Sunulay for a technologies
*as reasonn" that has been suggest. September for their future home in De- training in Indiana to per
Sbut even this, after these legisla- Land. in press work. We rZei
have willfully violated the man- Missn dwunls. of Lloyds. and Miss from him yesterday stating
of the constitution, doen not seem Blyrd, of Monticello, who have twen ting along nicely and The
im|lrative enough to warrant uests of Mim, Carrme Edwards in Tal- crat wishes him well.
0 expense. lahBa, h l .T. ay f .Young men, join the ranks of the are visiting their Tallahas
the Tax Payers of Florida will take better dreamed Ix, s. It doesn't cost a nd are guests of Mr. E.
iOee, that while they are already tax- fortune but may result in your mak- while in the city
rdened almost beyond endurance, and ing one We show sensible. services- Mr. E. S. lRoberts is no
k extra sessionof the legislature in be- ble clothing for young men at $10I ito popular Alford store as a <
Smonsidered to meet a dfien ani $20.(00. Levy lHros. 27 obertas will bel pleased to
Shap. rD to pv oe mon't imagine yourself growing ohi friends and customer thera
mtaps to provide for more mill, of and ugly Just because your mirror is Mrs. Reenette Hunt hai
nation, that N I. Broward, when spotted and discolored but get it nicely clame in Art at her residence
re waa not the leant excuse for it, reuilvered at J E. Theus' Furniture struction will include draw
It any citizen of Tallahaassee is aware Store and sM what an improvement it color and oil painting and
there beih t a hit of excitement will make in your appearance. .- practical applied deeig.
there born to Mr. and Mrs.- Dodley Steph- been a student of thu
danger to the prisonorn in our Jail did ens a fine daughter on the 21st met. in New York City.
Sthe State's money to carry them Mr. it. Hudson D)avis left this morn- Mrs. (;eorge W. Saxon a
jN Tallahassee to Live Oak by a ing for Pensacola. where he will make el'r, and Mrs. lr Austleyar
plIl chartered train. In the act, he a short sta smng relatives before re- une. have returned home a
the world Tallh d turning to Columbia University in New ant outing itt l.anark Inn,
to the world Tillahassee and Lean Yurk City. light of ttier hosts of
Rh are desperadon, or what not. - friends.
Is not a white or colored citizen Carload of llerses. The public is invited to
lity, who iN not willing to go to 1 am now in the market, and will l* the Worthington Roller Wi;
at any thn to protect a prison- in Tallahasee next week with a fine at J. W. Corbett's.
|M .s who had given himself up twk of horses and mule. Fim. Horse and N
wh nimadelf u|n the mercy of 27 ATThTIION A fine carload just in, at
ernomur, and we believe Mr. PFor 3.at. Call and se, them and et I
i knows this too. Govertir Six Room Cottage an ('iall Avenue, H. Kem C.
admeinhstrution did TallahaT- all in gmod repair and furnished with 7 K ^
such an outrageous trick, too modern conveniences. Apl ly to For Sale.
a Sdalmstration, In th case o 2-4t Miss J. C. Ma ImNNsa Mr. C A. Cay'sexiellent
....r"erers ^, --. ... ->..... J pS P o lMn, i


eWitt's Little Early Hisers don't l''
*and 16e Watiate, tot and 7c sicken or iripe. Small pills, easy tol Dr. Thoe. N. Evanew D
Levy Bros. 7 take. Sold all druggist. over R. W. Cobb, Drt* Co


, aI
ting the Co-
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Autm .osUta. Taleplyt "a1m

MO 1.w P Ytr, to Ad esa...
Ohgmse am AlP emake.


i sad le sfel ..........
Am't PMd to Auust 1st. 1iW
Roodand Bride.........
A %4idM to Auuast 1st, 190
Speelal Sehool District No. 1.
Ain't Paid to Aurust let. 1 7


4.431.08
3.7W.76


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Attest T. F33Lx


S. .............. ... :...
,* soote ........n.. .- --M,6 M
fund with U. 8. Treasure
A pe6 eMtoa eireulation ..... .... .Mo 00
Total................... ..... ..... .
LIABILITIES.


Itlembler 9th Aularircuit tCourt, aeon Coun Nr Capital stock paidto.. i 0000 00
26 August lt. 1907., ulu e fu1nd -10,0W000I
S....Th. Action Cu.. ing Common... U h .to.IsM"expense& and
.rt, offtie The Acte Cala CemmeaL taxes r"................. 18149 00
National -nk Votes outstanding.. 50,000 00
ra|l,h office. Greatly to the surprise of a large ma.- ue to Ntional Banks 2,827 91
2: tf jority of our citizens,. Tallahassee awak- uje t Stte B and Bankers .. 1,787 89
:' Waists, ened orr Thursday morning to find that unks.t and Savings' 42.47337
.,,t at J4: its people had been in.the midst of a Individuldepoitsuject to check 407.747 16
27 great excitement (prevailing quite lo- Time Cr.ifleateeof Deposit.... 42,69M 66
,lly) the night before The military Certifie Cheeks. ...... 45 00
,11 chii- y) the night before. Cashier's cheeks outstanfiin.. 4.171 95
S St ,. had reispcndcd to a call to arms ekl
S w p*, Drixorwcr had been spirited away at s'ror -,RUA
S' nfridni(ht on a special train guarded by countyy of l^,on '* "
eling; ten riflemen, who were pledged to land I. C. Lwin, 'Cahier, of tjo alove-named
., *,,. IThe th(ir charge safely in th6 jail at Live ,ank, dowI olemily swear that th. above statement
* \o ur o'le'r (Oak is true to the bes, of m)y knowledge ar.d belief.
l'"n 'efr The object of all this solicitude was CORRECT--Attest: C. easier.
one ('Cohen Sims, a negro, living in the M. E. Lrwis,
to d fromni northern part of the county, who had ( G.E. Lrw.',
ii. Va come' into town earlier in the day and Directors.
ii-s lHir.siie stated that he had killed a man for try. of Auiust. 1nd worn to before me this 29th day
I. ;e(l the inm unlawfully to enter his house. W. S. QUARTERMAN.
1. Palmer ft seems that when the slayer of the [ rA..] L Notary Public.
. t-n. days' sheriff of Grady county, Georgia, made
his escape, he was traced into Florida,. R[PONT Of IHE CONNTION
row in the and was thought to be hiding in Sims' O THE
.rkets pur- house What real grounds his pursuers TE
h largeand had for this surmise is not at present S TAI E AV IN 6 BANK.
11 larg citnd known; nevertheless, a josse of Geor- AT TALLAHASSEE.
Stoo before giants uffauthorized by law, attempted In the State of Florida, at the clme of business
a violent entrance into the house and on the 28th day of August. 1907.
werert ha resisted by Sims, who shot and RESOURCES.
Shirts that killed one of their number. Loans and Discounts .- 31i.742 79
furnished by Mr. Courtney immediately, took County and Municipal Bonds ...... 16.000 00
her.. 25 charge of his self-confossed prisoner, Railrmid Bonds .- 7.000 00
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 9114889
Miriam Al- placed him in jail, and then went out to De from Incorporated anks 4.167 49
il daughters the scene of the tragedy. While there, Cash in Bank . .000Q0
been spend- he heard facts which cast suspicion Total .424.06917
rth Carolina, upon another negro, who wa4 arrested, LIABIi-.--.
re and then brought to town, and sent to bear Sims LIABILITIE-.--
ome days. company in the county jail. Su -plstock paid in .. $0.000 00
Dr. JR. A No apprehension of any spectacular Undivided Profts.-.... 20.24106
Svyesterday effort on the part of our fellow citizens Individual Depoeits subject to check.. 373.818 12
Hm Hotel. from Georgia to administer summary Total .............24,0 17
new sewan Justice upon the murderer was felt STATE or FLORIDA,
,swi ca among our people, consequently, the County of Leoa. "
swi hite a action of the "powers that be" is cause. I. G. k. Lewis, Vice-President of the State Sa-.
rand itee ing much comment. ings Bank of Tallanassee. Fla., do solemnly swear
Furniture Nn n t that the above statement of the condition of said
and Clinton Nevertheless and notwithstanding, Bank at the close of businen ion the 28th day of
a onwhether it was necessary or not neces- August. 1907, in true to the best of my knowledge
Pennc a ry they should have been ordered out, andbelief. ;. E. LEWIS.
f Pensacol and the city is to be congratulated upon the CoaagcTr-Attest: Vice-President.
at fives Mrsand. prompness with which the Rifles re- ,. C. LiFWIm,
eat of Mrs. onded Out of 59 men belonging to G. E. Lawis,
the company, 50 were in uniform and at Swornn and subscribed beforeme torh2th day
rosy, sweet the armory within 35 minutes. of Auus t subribe before me ths28thday
Capt. Stewart Lewis commanded the w. S. QUARTERMAN,
ck and dim- jail guard, while Lieutenant Frank [REAL] Notary Bublic.
Winthrop officered the traveling squad --
oss, used to f ten. MONTHLY fINANCIAL STATEMENT.
t, new she's St. Teresa Items. Of*the Cunty Board of public
II druggists. An interesting game of "water base-,
ittle daugh- hall" was played last week between Instruction.


*full --a<*r* |7i(.jUr a-ot UW;IeK uLjfwe i
the Sea Gulls and the Tarpons. The
ame was exciting from start to finish.
Prank Cochran's bold dives won the
game for the Gulls. Quite a large and
enthusiastic crowd witnessed the game
from the whar(. Prof. A. A. Murphree
was umpire, arM proved to be an im-
partial one. The game ended 4 to 2 in
favor of the Gulls. The game wfs close
from start to finish. A "home swim"
by Cochran decided in the Gulls' favor.
Miss Fraser Mitchell, of Thomasville,
played with the Gulls on first base,
After a month spe t at St. Teresa,
Mrs. W. II. Mitchell and four daugh-
ters returned to Thomasville, Ga., on
the 23d, much to the regret of their
many friends.
Miss Ella Nash returned to Tallahas-
see on the 24th, after a delightful two
weeks' visit with Mrs. John W. Hen-
derson.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex McDougall left
for home on the 20th, after their an-
nual outing at St. Teresa.
A launch party of twenty from Lan-
ark Inn visited St. Teresa on saturday.
Prominent among the visitors were
Hon. Geo. B. Perkins and wife, Mi. and
Mrs. Charles Myers, and Mesdames
J. D. Perkins, B. A., Meginniss and
George W. Saxon.
Mr. Robert F. Bradford, Jr., is
among the late arrivals./
Prof. McNeal accomipaned by his two
sons and Miss Marjory arrived on the
26th to spend several weeks. Prof. Mc-
Neal has come prepared to make a col-
lection of marine curiosities for the
woman's college in Tallahassee.
Mrs. Chas. Munroe returned to town
on the 26th.
Mrs Arrowasmth and Miss Dykes, af-
ter a pleasant week apent with Miss
Lewis returned to Tallahassee on
Wednesday.
Dr. J. M. Camrn of Centreville is on
the soast for a few week's recreation.
"The Lass bit of Sm1mer."
-This is the title of No. 6 in the series
of Charles Dana Gibomn's Summer
Girls, being iseed as a supplements
by the New York SudJ World. "The
Last Day of Bummer" is one of the
very famous black and white pictures
of American art. The subject is deeply
interesting, and will appeal to every
one. It is not hard to ge what it is.
The picture is given away by the Sun.
day World all ready for framing.


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STATE or FI.oRIDA. COUNTY or LEon.
Tallahassee. Fla., July 1. 1907.
To Hon. Henry T. Felkel, Clerk Circuit Court:
Sir--In compliance with section 3. chapter 4332.
Laws of Florida, we hereby fue1 with you the fol-
lowing Itemised financial statement of all school
moneys received, appropriations made and war-
rants issued for the month endingthe 30th day of
June, A. D. 1907.
RBSAPTrrLATION OF COUNTY round.
1. Balance in treasury as per last
rnatemnmt ...... ... .0,2.gl
2. Receiptafur month an itemized
herein ... .,64.06
3. Warrants outt ending this
date----.... ................. -1.120. 10
---14.837.27
4. Warrants outstanding as per,
last report s8.1.10
5. Total warrants drawn this
month .... ... ,209.30
6. Camh in hands of trea-qurer this
date .. .. .. .. -.27,.-7
-- 14,837.27
GEO. I. DAVIS, Chairman.
E. B. EPPFS. Secretary.
GUARDIAN'S NOTICd.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE
thirtieth day of September, A. D. 1907, 1 will
make application to the County Judge of leon
county. Florid, at his Mic In Tallahasse. Flor.
ida. for authority to mll. at private sale. the Inter.
eats of Council Bryan Palmer. Thomas Mirn Pal.
mer, Hugh Archer Palmer and Henry E. Palmer.
Jr.. minor.. In and to all those certain lots or pao
cola of land situate. lying ad wbens In sad county.
known and described as follows, tp-wit:
All except B% of NE% nri South and East of
the O aklocnek River, ( tion O. Township 1,
South. Rare*41,Wet, 30 ae.
All exert NW% of NW% of Section 28. Town.
ship I South. Rage 4. West. SO aefw.
All hkmth sad Eamt of the Ocklocknee River of
Section 29. Township 1. South. Rag 4. West. o
acres.
All South and Eat of the Ocklocknee River atof
sectionn 20. Township 1. South. Rang 4. West. 00
acres.
NW4 of NWh of section 32. Township I. South.
Rang 4. Wet,. 40 crm.
As is record In Ded Books oif the public rec.
ores In the oace of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of said county.
HENRY E. PALMER.
(Guardan of the PerMo and Estate of Council
Bryan Palmer. Thma Mrsers Palmer. Hugh
Archer Palmer and Henry K Palmer. Jr..
Minors,
Tallahamee, Fla.. August s. wi07--7-.t
PARTUMRSHIP NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT TRE
Partnership lately existlnr btweea us. the
unadem~. A. Win and J. D. Cay. ny.
r ng.c m usinwm tender the firm iame of A.B.
Win A Co.., at Mda. mt. Fa waa the a d da
of A11 .1AD. D. 1 diidved4 by mutual eeo
*0t a at the binessei to the future wi
carriedonbythe aid A. K. Wine mtoue. who
pay and disrgald Oabltseearal da a baitse adwr
cave all u mey prable "to the M iste or.
rr-at I. C1T.


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iowr"0 .s.. a she0" woef <
dampen the apir of the arry wd
who accepted all ldshap a prt o
the fun.
Ta x 6re5 cumbs.
The Board of County Commissioner
concluded their A.t passion ester-
day afternoon by the village to
be collected on all real and personal
property for the year 1907 as follows:
\enera fund ------__ ........-- ..--- 2 mills
Fine and forfeiture fund -----1 i mills
Road fund------------- --- & mills
:4. Outstanding debt----------... 4 mills
Bond and sinking- 2---------- 2 mills
school fund....--------------- 7 mills
State tax. .------------------- 7j mills
S* Total .....------ ......-------- mills
A special levy of 3 mills was made in
'" Special Tax School Districts No. 1,
West Palm Beach. No. 2, Miami, and
No. 3, Stuart. This, added to the gen-
eral assessment of 28 mills, makes 31
*. mills that will have to be paid by per-
msons residing in each of the special tax
school districts.
The total millage is increased 4 mills
-21 in the county and Ii on State tax-
over that of last year. The county
village is run up by the assessment of
8 mills for road purposes; otherwise
there would be a reduction of i mill on
the general county levy.
Other than this the board directed
that the tax collector collect an occu-
pation tax of 50 per cept of the amount
levied by the State ulon persons, cor-
porations and others engaged in certain
S profesions as prescribed by chapter
697, Acts of the last Legislature, per-
taining to banks, bankers, etc.-Miami
Metropolis.
.Closing out fine line Ladies"=x-
fordsand Low Garter Shoes.
25-2t LEVY BROS.
The Joint Committee from the Board
of Trade and the City Council, ap-
pointed to go to Bainbridge last week
to submit resolutions setting forth in-
ducements for locating G. F. & A.
Headquarters at Tallahassee. received
notice from Superintendent O'Dell
that, owing to the fact of his enforced
absence frtm Bainbridge on the date sef
for the hearing of the committee, their'
coming would be better otponed until
a later date, which he wouldd set on his
return.
Mr. W. N. Keith is temporarily sup-
plying Mr. Spiller's place at G4iilmore
and Davis' hardware store.
SDn't Be Ble


and lose all interest when help is with-
in reach. Herbine will make that liver
perform its duties properly. J. B.
Vaughn, Elabl, Ala., writes: "Being
a constant sufferer from constipation
and a disordered liver, I have found Her-
bine to be the best medicine, for these
troubles on the market. I have used it
constantly. I believe it to be the best
medicine of its kind, and I wish all suf-
ferers from these troubles to know the
good Herbine has done me. Sold by
ardee-Smith Drug Co.


, Mrs. Reinette ,Hunt, who intends
making her home permanently in Talla-
hassee, has opened a school of instruc-
tion in art. Mrs. Hunt is an accom-
plished artist, and is well equipped fur
teaching. She makes a specialty of
practical designing, which was her
special line of work in New York dur-
ing her re-.idonnce there.
Cures Old Seore.
Westmoreland., Kan.sas. Ballmard,
Snow Liniment Co. Your Snow Lini-
ment qured en old Fore on the side of
my chin that was supposed to be a can-
cer. The sore was stubborn and would
not yie'd to treatment, until I tried
Snow liniment, which did the work ih
short 'irder. Mv sister. Mr S4ophia J
Car.son, Allensv ile. Mifin cunl ,. I'a.,
has a sre and mistrusts that it iR a can-
S cer. Preaese nd l,,.r : .' i toti le.
I Sold by Hardev-Smith Co.,
Abbert Williamson, says in hs Filoi-
dian : We wonder what has eh-ome (of
0 Lord Brown--The man who inio.-*
that his candidacy is no joke, but can't
get others to see it that wav.' In
these days of grafts and grafter% th(,
public ot f"ial whose skin is too thin for
newspaper criticism had ibettr l.t
grafting alone
^ ""iEczema.


For the good of those sufferir, with
eczema or ,other such trouble, I wi h to
say, my wife had something of that
kind, and after using the doctors' rem-
S edies fur some time concluded to try ,
Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to<
be better than anything she had tried.
f', PFor sale by the Tallahi'aee Drug Co. *
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40t s w k mt oot
5 i-I l York h

ro be had

Sthe organs of the bodw m
9"r Wtris d ONt s week.


if YoU

Are Sick
It is because some of
the organs of the body
are not doing their work
well There is a lack of
that nervous energy that
gives them motion. Con-
sequently you are weak,
worn-out, nervous, irrit-
able, cannot sleep; have
headache, indigestion, etc.
because there is not suffi-
cient nerve force to keep
the organs active and al-
low theth to perform their
natural functions. Dr.
Miles' Nervine restores
health because it restores
this nervous energy.
'I have been sick for a year, and
did not know what was the matter
with me. I tried many remedies and
none of them proved of any value. I
heard of Dr. illes' Nervhie. I pro-
cured a bottle, and before I had taken
half of It I was better. I would have
had nervous prostration If I had not
fot tnis medicine when I did. I con-
tinued to take It until I was entirely
well. I have since recommended It
to five of my lady fripqda. and they
have all thanked me toe doing so, for
'It benefited them all."
MRS. ROBo OTTO
189 S. 3d St.. Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. Miles' Nervtne Is sold by your
druglgit, who will guarantee that the
lrat bottle will beet. If It falls, he
il reflond your m(ey.
ila Medical Co., LInad


PANACEA SPRINGS.


lorida's Greatest Health Resort and
Place for Recreatln.
G. F. & A. Railroad sells round
trip tickets to Sopchoppy at especially
low excursion rates to parties coming to
the Springs. Tram car from the hotel
meets all regular mail and passenger
trains. Those who want them can se-
cure hacks at Sopchoppy to take them
over.
At the hotel will be found ample ac-
commodations the year round. Good
lake and salt water fishing. Five or
six gasoline launches to take fishing or
pleasure parties out any day. Mineral
and salt water bathing during the sea-
son.
Hotel rates; $9.00 and $10 00 per
week. $35.00 per month. For further
particulars address,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
PANACEA, FLORIDA.


Economy


Fence


If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
t1he s!e of the L.'onomy
F,'ece., and know it tio be
the very

BEST and


SHEAPES7
('an be built forr I., thuni
1'j cents a lod.

William Roberts,
SALES A;GEN'I
4(0-tf Centrevillv. fi r .1.


'J. H. HORTON

104 MASONIC BUILDING.

Tinning, Plumbing


Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care


A Fhe work on public county roads is' taken to please m" toat-
bei b pueheid vigorously at l ae to plase i at
h county clerk is receiving numerous rons. .. .
mlaitions from the various road corm- .. ....
,. ei#-rs for tools for the use of the
andPrpr. Plumbing a S p ial .
,P: nt and Prosper.


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"NOO. W. Va. ,ar
mmbfort asP


P@SASlI Fn K IDUKYS
DdM CI S KSUUSU*MSPILLS-h. dl
Pf *W ed bV 46& MSWITA& 00, Okk)W
For saje by all druggist.



WHEEL WHRIGT and BLACKSMITH.


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


A portion of the public
patrbnage Is solicited
and satisfaction guaran.
teed.


Millinery,


Fancy Goods,


Notions, Etc.


Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.


Tallahassee,


Florida.


Fancy Work Material a Specialty


Heavy and Particular Hauling a
Specialty by

oH. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD, and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
State Agcnt for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, A 1 TO Rollers.
Street Sprinklers adl (Graders, same
built and operated ly im before set-
tied for. See him for, further particu-
lars or address I'. ( ;1:,,x 2n. Tallahan-
see. Fla.

ALBX WADDBLL,
BAKER.
Choice FI re.h Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale lvt lhe lead-
ing (Gro,('hr-
T. H. RANI)l,'t1 & .'\

J. WV. COLJ.IN & '.

Discharge Notice.
Not ire in h ,-r ,y ' "I I,. .
daltfof the fir iilht ;, . A *f I w% ; I1
my li el ac ,Ilti It It, v .uii.. ,' I.
County. Fr in,.ll. if, 11 l >,' 'ih,r .
Adminintrator of,' ', lr W I I,
son. KATI1' Loll.;
Tallh easme. i A i
Founder of V. A. I. is Dead.
Atlanta. Ga A,"- A ". Mis 9 Juiii
McKinley, a c(u'iri if t i late I'r1i
dent Mckinley. th<- f,'i'.,irr of the firsi
chapter of the l)Du.rt,' ,tf tihe Arinr-
eican Revolution in th>. I'nttti .Stat..',
and one of the' b,.t ,, ,'ved woimn 1ii,
Atlanta died tod(i"y ;it r-r home in thi-
city. During h;' .-h.;, inih-America j
war Miss McKir t,. **.rl-oed with th,
Red Cross So.et.., in',I fir her Tff,rt:-
of mercy was uaw'ar,l-d a Iold m .dal
The Woman's National I Dily.
Mesars. Kent Johnston and IHerbrt
Owens are the late is itot from Tel-
Idhame to the JameUtow m ExpcUon.


Air UJne Railway
SAVANNAH, CAMDEN, SUTaRIN PIN, RALEIGH, sCa.
MOND, WAMINGTON. BALTIMORI. PHILADELPHIA,


TWO ELEGANT.TRAINS DAILY


SEABOARD EXPRB


MODERN PUL4IAN.EQUIPMENT

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


RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE


COMPANY.


Surplus to Policy


Holders $1,634,-364.00


HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS


OF FORTY ONE STATES.


3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.


If you become totally
the Company pays your
without interest and these


are not deducted from
policy. .


disabled
premium
premiums
face of


CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.


THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.


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


INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.

AGENTS WANTED.


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

^_____________maw


Seasonable Jewelry.
My)Stock'of Summer Jewelry is Complete In every Use


Fobs
Neck Chains
Belt Buckles
Lockets


Bracelets
I Hat Pins
Cuff Buttons
Scarf Pins


Diamond and Signet Rings

P. T. Nicholson, .,H ,
.lWLEwm.


CALL AT THE


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it PIL JL A111, 1.,


Undertaker and Funeral Director,


6EO. H HOLMS.


CFIVE l ltPROMPT ATrI iioN.


SUCCiESSOR
11)


JOSEPH DUNCAN


Day or NlJhlt.


R. G. FERRELL,
ISuccessor to A. T. Rollins)


I)/lAlIW


A1ll Kinds of Fresh Meats.


it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n i OiJffi;! 1. ';V i:your orderss.. P..ip
C~~~ LASS MEATS.


Rind up Phone No. 283..
'.ir BIr-akfast, I)pinrr and Supper a Success when o()r ri, ;g
Menitlts from my Still. ,


F. C. CO LE S,-- .
CONFECTIONER and GROCER.
The Choicest and Freshest Goods at
the lowest living prices.
Prompt Delivery. Tceleph?
A ,


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Ishone No. 44t


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SEABOARD MAIL


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ESTARIASHEI,


I4TA1ISLINIIEDsr IAXS


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303304. CGIWS V eI W.


PUBLISHED C4HED EV3 1DAr MINING.


/ Cmpeimae Orfibaigo O Gresa
1Pnre Uralls f nes Tear's Cep.
Toward everypoint of the compass,
radiating from Tallhase a as center,
lie the tobacco farms of Leon county.
A list of growers published in a recent
issue of The True Democrat given the
names or thirty-nine planters, who
S getter have a total area of 206j acr
under shade and 14t acres yet un-
shaded.
The public is already familuir with
the exceptional succ'- ers, among whom are some of Talla-
hassee's best kpown Lusineas men, and
will not be surprised to learn that new
names are being consrItantly added to
the list.
Though the. lari.'r part of this grow-
ing business enrirvy arid enterpriAe arte
confined to I,,,n's reo'identis f long
s' standing, these will he given a fre.,J
S iopetia this year D'y the corning in of
1 various new-rornerA' to strengthen their
ranks- mrn'n orf unr;q(u.-Eg ioncd ability anrd
exg riet". I'ronrintrit amorin ths-r.-
is r. I1 i. lithel (nephew of lon.
Jefffrmon i>1. IrownFe, a very profmiririt
S canJidate* for governorr), of the Talii-
hasse 'ITohce-', Company. Mr. hethel
has Iein i1 resident of this eity hut a
short line, but loing enouirh to prove
, himself i very valuahibl addition to the
financing growth of his adopted home.
Becoming a partner in the lar e hard-
ware businersw of 1,. Yaeger. he next,
together with Mil, if. Johnson and
S Henry E. I'ialnmer, went into tobacco
culture with five ,acres shaded and fif-
teen acresn unihaded land lying south-
west of Tallahansee. Success in thin
S first venture encouraged an extended
investment, of which the Tallahassee
Company in the outcome. That Mr.
Bethel has been made general manager
of this company argues well for its sue-
Although eome of these newly-form-

ed business associations have not yet
been legally incorporated, they are go-
ing ahead completing, all necessary ar-
rangements for carrying on their work
throughout the coming year. Lumber
is already on the ground for the build-
ing of shades, barns and laborers' cot-
tages.
On the Gwynn Company's plantation
there willbe erected six cottages as a
nucleus for the large number which
will be needed later on. The barns of
f this company will be built close to the
ft. Marks Ry. where a siding is now
being laid for their convenience, and
later on a packing house will be added.
The Landa belonging to the Gwynn
Company are very extensive, being a
part of the immense plantation once
owned by the late David Gwynn. lying
west of the "Belle Air" road.
One of the moat enthuslastic growers
of the tobacco plant ia Mr. Miles H.
Johnson, lately incorporated with R. G.
Johnson and Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe in
the assoelation known as "The John-
son Wolfe Tobacco Co The Messrs.
Johnson'm are cousins, both native-born
sons of old Leon, and imbued with the
sturdy nature of her hills. From the
usual impoverished condition of boys
who were but children when the war
end6d, these men have, by their own
Indomitable efforts and determination
to succeed. become of the backbone of
Leon county prosperity. Their dairy
farms are famous; their butter is re-
nowned, and more recently, their to-
baeco, raise on a small scale of the
best. In their present association they
will branch out extensively, having a
capital stock of WI(OXX). Their partner,
Judge J Emmet Wolfe, i. well known
throughqpt the State, having several
times re resented ,.Eeambia In tho leg-
islature, and served as private sere-
tary to Qevernor ilroward, and at lpres-
ent occupying the high position of
Judge of the Fret Judicial Circuit.

Letter to Geo. P. Raney,
TAI.I.AIIAMHEV, F'I.A
Dear Sir: We shoulil like to print
your opinion of thin guarantee in thiP4
paper, where all your neighbor will l sce
4 it:
We'll furnish the pmint to paint half
the house of ahy fair man on these.
terms. lie shall paint the other half
with whatever other paint he likes;
iamu painter (any fair man). name way
(the way of all fair painters, to make a
gorld job). If our half doesi't take
less Kalkmns of paint by one-tenth to
'eeven-tenths, we II give him the paint.
If our half isn't sounder three yearn
hence, we'll give him the paint. hf our
half isn't sounder six years hence, we'll
give him the paint. Any color.
We say one-tenth, because there are
two or three paints with about that
difference; we say seven-there are
dozens of paints with about that dif-
ference- we say one to seven, because
there's a hundred that waste one-third
of the money paid for both paint and
labor.
Is there a paint we haven't covered?
Your truly.
S F. W. DEVOu I CO.
P. (Gilmore & Davis Co. aells our


paint.
DONrT GRWVNS
when yor joint ache and you suffer
from Rheumatism. Buy a bottle of
Ballad's Snow Liniment and get in-
stant relief, positive care for Rheu.
,asths, Bmrn uts, Contracted mua-
.le a, O Chet, etc. Mr. I. T. TBo,
I promuiMt merchant at Willow Point,
Texa Uyp that he Anda s allard's
snow 4tmenMt the beat all around lIni-
iment he reversed. old by Hardee-
Smith Dr* ,
'. Just r rd big.g lime of Shirta.
'^ Mry 2?&


mad from Pg4i)
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NAME


.4is~


1. .. ...m. . . . o u ..i r .. . .......
John J Nime All lyin11 moith of Fwrh.. ,inrham linhe ,W. 1I, tp. I ruiKe, W, 41 mee*N.
Ramied t r ntm .... . ............
Wimn it. Gray .N*' of Nt o and ItM i ld I of a w. 11.
fm m .......... .
Edward Andrewa .. of Sw% of **.' 12. ip I rang .
W,. N0 e ere alsei< from .............
Thomast Hatafllo d. V o Nw. of secr i.t I l. man,
M 1O a res. Ralisel from ..............
SJ. A & F camp
L.umbe-r Co. ...All -c. IS. tp. I1 rannle a W. 0 Sereo
RIl f o tn .f. ... .. . ....... ..........
Annie arO y .Nw of Nw% of e- 17. tp. I Ira e 2
W. 40 aerps: e% of isee. lS, 1 ft.
rnge 23 W. 40 aer.a. IRaiMed ....
R. J a vi. r Ri, ilp
l.,umtwr (' ........All e.ept Noe& of te of M .. It. All w-
cept xw% of Nwi of sec. r1. tv. 1 .
run*e i W ,1 ar res mia led from..
('. M (nvlngton Nwt _of NwH of savo. 14. tt. 8,. range
S3 W.4 4 a Mi. Rse fd-from ............
Jonah 14rltt .......... w w eV. 21. tp. 1 1, rang 2
!W. 4& ares. Ralmid fro ..............


MOIGN


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120 to.

0eto s~
10 ot o


40 to


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V. V.'o' r.........fe-1l W 403utofland Ini the S theast cor-
G~ 7.Ariote of the Nw,# of No me 17. 11"
Gfory A14160)OCTAL #.xctpt 0S pkawes ti'*

I M~. 74 aces. Hanlh'W e'.u

,n g'4 of 14 @.X( I t that Out lI
ofthe fSt. Ikork's Ralirmiofer 17: ll
23ringe I1 7 440 aere a, sed fm's.~
Mr.I".4 lions. . AilIfiart prt of tho E% of fte, .17, t iit
rang I lI g'"a~t of the be. \
ilil Irou!, la, ~'ri-i'. .&RIs& fruen
il., Jr~, ~n 31A'-r#es oftIsurtiltying Went Ofif.. :
Niiarkn al~Iroad it ithe south :;,,'fo
7 t 14. raites.' I E. 1SI et % 1:.' J
.......... .. .........
I, iol O Se- "o(f So. it, VP~.2), tp.

I I'.. It.'',#'d fr-iri. ...........

Nv ( 'A M. D.11 Yioytk3I 1 irl
0.1,011 1, ]. p. 2 8. 1
,fl 'i !'i a' II. of Sw '.,4 for
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Si r- V, IN. F.i 161)(;r 1
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f1121. ftor 214 l rif -, .:. 2411) e. I.-
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fJ'of v I, 'r r i .. V . for A. oN r M."i .e 23 ( tI 2 4, r..iS.
i wr. 1:.i 1 ?4- it ec.lfrom .....
AI A IC g~mlse r . 14, .fitf ND 1, offrid h `1,11,1 4 'fir
J. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ill S. r.......5;'- o ww, IE 24 tE. 2140, ranK'I.i,
fnim .. ~eieilfo............ .....

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A I# sloto r .. ... fit r-- :#, a ri exc 1t4. ut pi re teI 4
r'esod. 14 ofr'ceRised from...... ...
Tr6i A F '~gris..... N.'4 s tnd N%, of NI.(. '4 tof e. 7. S,
utnE.4, 2 i;. 2115 u ro-. amed.fr.D..
A' 10 lie lir).......54w l/ 'if $NO-,, ;fril 7. of. 2 rsiAec'2 K
40 acre-......i......rom.......... .
A (rimip ......El- (1 ,N~oll, for ise'd'%from...............E
kiresilii. lI i 1111Afrom. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
9, Te 10pift -Pr'. .('.h.. . .%11V, ofNiv ''4,E W)'St. (if H et'. ni el (if il
IMis. Pn e'/4 fs, w4,and d W4 01 hat me Vof 1
i1i1.4 of M if 8.24IN Mof sat. 17 '40). tp. 2
roi. 4tviii. Rained from.............
1, Nit I,~xlsurol ........W '-j andNtc,14of se-'.14,ofp se2 7, ralge-2 7,
"'PsiftotreN :. 1111)ise~t rvi as edfmmi. ..
V. V MitTayllo...... .14w", tifP#-14,I ee."'. 1. p. 2 8, ritrix.e 1: K
40 Acr- inros. ll-id"!from. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
1'. JMa~rIlsev rnon..... Nw,, or Se''., ot e-c. i7,t p,2 11. rsniie 2 E.
40 avirt's. [titlged from .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
.Ta ii It M rorris Fi'C N.. ',j -/ of #4#.( 9 iSt 2 29 Ungran21e 2 16
it1 cre- s Rotlpe-it! fr om .... .. .. .. .. .. .......
.JiDtmeN It. Free-rch ....N04(fN'o'1 i KI %Vel ofe4 amidSw' "tift]e-, Ic
Me i2S ofeBill 1/fN1* .see c'. 1 2 104). tp.
2 4.rwe 2 M. 2 a ID li' rom .R..is.ed from.
V W 1 Ia f ln ... I.. . ciW% H(of No% uof 2. 1,tje. 2 8, to rige 2 ESD
40'rw'N liiiNe awd from.................
fxisr N & WimmoitikSol eI/j fe (f $e prMDe. 219. til. 2 S.range 12.E
401 siro-M. Hillar~d from ......
TI JN & 'im 'F iliE.N 1,Jof 14w'4, rievD1. 2p,2e8. 2Nrange 21
A0 -r-i' Rdtdfrom..... ........
jiIT14 It A. W F' No.% firl M o ff 00 S 14 i l e d '',.'I4 1 B f1e -1
i %:'. "f (i"fNn4 w', of 8w". tit.
2 M 4. ritfi goo 2 ?K .'1111 Rained.froms

If e.& V F. Viini' 1 4', .1 c(f 14"4.-1'/4 ', r. p. 214B, range 2.iE.
41, ma' i M. HoiiffIsd from.ti...............
1ulinrritIt'. Th (it e s 'Iw24 Ii N w',i ed N i.4 of 904. little 24 I
ii, 1, r rang' 2 K 1. 10 s0 orf- mn. Ha'from
It.'4 &i WlFu A iik r~ i., if bSw o.14, iesD -,#, tg l Da rang f;I'.
!, ', I it Ceoo 1 2 (40 iM.' ilep. Noa~. e iea.;
"tI! ev l fro m ... . . . . .
P'rr~' I lte~rit rtli,)_'. K.e l, r uiogi'i! F' 1-. CC104tee .' i' iMi
l I w it . . . . . . . . . . .. .
.feeiii TI'itiii1"14-94t N Ittiiid5 M rom 1 .. ... 1 ..ra ....1
lev. .1 T~ir..Ce !4w~'CMA' tt w, ,adNe Ij of S', IutN4 ,
it, S.r itee' 1 1 ,. 1 014 wi res. U:10, ,41e~
fil-v . .. . . ..' . . .. .. . .
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fro .. .. .....
it~es,'ei1tenr,
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(40 to

40 to


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40 to
20 to


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Ifro. .........."..... ................ ..
B. J. A b. r. Camp -
Lrmber (Co........A. Sw stfeoU*e .. 1 a,
L. Burns Et........Sw% : f Rg1103a
b r. 1m"

wBunsEs...' ..'.T.........



ranwe 2W1 -.- a e1 1r.t.
J w. Bryan Etl ...... All of ws a 9 .6 1, s1 ofW sei. W.
ti from ................. .. .........
Jnoh Britt ........... 1e"N. IfwiA. WIA

of W of se.r o," 1e. ra ng1 2
Vt. 1i, range 2 W. 120 rsae Rat-0

40 cea.i d from ..................
I .C. Orlssett........Ne%4 ( e!. S tp. I ., range a W', 160
acres nailed from .....................
Henry H. flaws ......Wi of e of Nw% of sec. 3 tp. 1 S.
range W, 40 acrese. allied from......
Margaret Reagan .... %o of 5t H of sea 2, tp. 1 8.
range 3 W, 40 acres. Raited from ....
H, 8. Rudd ..........W% of off Nw% of see. 3 tp. I s,
range 2 W, 40 acres..'Railasd from.....
Florence A. Allen.....Se% of see. 4, tp. 1 8 range 3 W. 160
, acres. Raised from ...................
C'. F. (;reavpe anidl .
II. Chamle-r. .......Ne-' of Nw'4 of %ec. 4. tp. 1 S. range 3
\', 40 arrem. lRalsed from ..........
II. R. ('hainil.rs & Ifro.N -t and Nw'4 of see. 4, tp, 1 8, range 3
WV'. 20,' acres. Raised from ..........
It. .. IHarvey ........Wa, of 8w, of sec. 4. tp. 1 8, rang* 3
1 Sf0 eCre. Raised from ..............
J. ".. 14tout.anslr .... .. I rf Ne4% of sec. S. tp. 1 8, range 3 W,
46 agoren,. Raised from ................ .
J. r., 'a.rvy ...... Sw' of Nw'4 of see. 6., tp. 1 range .;
V. 4) nc'ren-. lIal d front ..............
Jan. it. I.r\'yv ...... .is,. \'i/'i of N d'4, E of Nw ,. ,of
w'4 of #.. 5, tp.. 8, range 3 \. .'
air,''<. All that 'part I .ngt south of )Ork-
lor'kni,- rlv,-r and north of Mill creek of
the F, 'if tocr. 6. tp. 1 S. range 3 W. 6o
.Mi. M A I. I'k.... l' Tht It lt mg siointh of E).-kler-kneD. riv'-r
of li,,' 'V' p of. i- A an l, thef 'V'1.. rf
\'1. if q.14 of rati -,g 3 WV. Ralns d from ..............
Jh .. 1 rarv'y .... That ipart lying south of Mill ,cr't( of tIh-
E'% ,, Se'', of sr. 6: tip. 1 8, ring. :1 'A.V,
120 'reM. Rale-Pl from ..............
Jullun il.ramond ......28O aerr, In \VW %of1 n 7. i> 1 .. r,In *,
3 v'. Italled from ......................
Mrs. MaIry A. lll;ik..N% of NNO.' and Bell of N''i and ,"l
that part of Fet/4 lying w-.4t i f I oinl*-
TTireiich tind the 2.4 of Cthl' 1 of the
sw'4 of ee. 7. tp. I S. range- 3 W.. A'-.
aresr Raised from ..................
.Mrs. Aiigatha (,rissett..The EK', of the Nw'4 and the, Sw', of thr,
Ne' and lnil that part of th'e .', lyli g
east of Double Brannh In i-". 7 1 S,
rang.' 3 W, 110 naren. Rnlaid from....
Mary De-lllah llank. ..All. except I acre to th 8'ehool ltoard of
eeS. 8. tr 1 8, range 3 W. 9.3 an-re-'.
Itlnai d from ..........................
Mrw. .MCttle ITopkilns..All of Sw'4 lying south of the Jackson
Tli'fY roiull* romd of ser. 9. tp. 1 8, range
3 \V, 50 acres. Rail-d from .....
R. J. & 1. 1F. (Ci")p
Lumtbr ('o ........All, except that part lyingr soith of Jack-
son Bil'ff pthlic road of ste, 9. tp. 1 8,
range 3 W, 690 acres: nil of oee. 10, tp.
1 8. range 3 W. 640 nerps; all of see.
1l, tp. 1 8, range 3 W, 640 acres: all of
mee. 12. tp. I S. range 3 W. 640; se"% of
R' 4 nnd Nw*, of SwV. of seP. 13. tp.
1 4, range 3 W, 2,600 acres. Railed
fro m ..................................
Christ F. Sclhwrdt. ..% of SfP% and 8% of Sw% of Be% of
see. 14, tp. t- 8, range 3 W, 100 acres.
Raised from ..........................
,Harvey If. Cop ...... N%. Sw%4 of IS/.. N% of 9w4 of Be-'P
of see. 14. tp. 1 8, range 3 W. 540 acres.
Raised from ..........................
Mary D. Rlhardrl ....47% acres In the Nw corner of nee. 15. tp.
1 S. rnge 3 W, N yAof Ne% and N"
of N% of S0% of Ne-", of sec. 16. tp. 1 ,
range 3W. 147% 'Hcres. Raised from....
N" of NeP and N% of N'% of . of
Nw14 of see. 16. tp. 1 8, range 3 W,
147' acresn. Raised from...............
Julius Diamond ......N, of Nw4. and N% of K% of 8'4 of
Nw4, of sec. 1,. tn. 1 8, range 3 w. 100
acr s Raised from ...................
Mrt. Mary A. Black..NPe of sec. 18, tp. 1 8. range 3 'W. 160
acre-s. tRaised from ..................
Julilus Diamond ...... Se%, W%. except 10 acre In the south-
wnpmt corner of ec. 18. nt. 1 8. range
3 W. 470 aeres. Raised from.........


J. P. Williams I.and
Co. .................All of sees 26, 27. 28 and 29. tp. 1 S. rang"
3 W. 2560 acres. Raised from ........
Oreen B. Hopkins Eut.AlI lying south of the Ocklocknee river of
sep. 10, tp. 1 P. range 4 W, 280 acres:
Wt of Sww of soP. 11. tp. 1 S, range 4
W 80 acres. Raised from ............
D. M. Stoutamlre... .8."'. F% of 8w"4s and All of the N' jouth
of theI OCklneknr', river. nee. 11. i tn. 1
P. rnw;.r a W,. 340 cr,-c.' l, of W%
south of the Orckloekne river of mn,
11. tp. 1 8, range 4 W, 230 ar(..,. Rained
from ...... .............................
W. D. Stotnrnlr....All of the ,%4 mouth of the Oeklooknp
river of sec 12. tp. 1 8, range 4 W.
300 acres; nil of 1e. 13, tp. I S. range
4 W. 640 aerem. Total 940 acres. Ralsed
fro m ...... ............................
I). M. Stoutamlre. .. .E'/ and theo E' of the F'4 of WNI of
s'e. 14. tp. 1 S. range 4 \V. S3) acres.
Hl' sed from ...........................
J. D. S.outamire .... Nw nlr lni' '.OwW, of W'% of N,'4: al,'o
B0 nr'- In t0: 8w",. and the 8s', of Be
4, and l 1', or PwV' of nee. 1i>, tp. I S.
rang' 4 \%V Total 360 aercs. Raised
fro m .. . ................... ....
W'. W. Williams .... ..Sw4 of sww of sec. 15. tp. 1 8. range 4
w. 40 acres. Rained from ..............
J. 1). Stotutarnlre...... 6( acres land In the sw', of see. 15. tp.
1 B. range 4 W, 60 acres: 300 aecr.i Inr
see. 16, tp. 1 8, range 4 WV. 300 acres.
Total 3 0 apreri. Rained from ..........
'. A. lryan Est ..... All, except E% of Ne', lying smoth of
thel 'ekloc'knepe river of nee. 20. tp. 1 S.
range- 4 W. 300 acre Raised from ....
W'. %W. Williams ....EI of Ne 'jof e-c. 20. tpj. 1 9, range 4
WV. NO ierrs; nill of the Nw', ly'ig north
of IP upNtoi nand Hutblbard (cerekm of
< '21. tp. 1 ranqo> 4 'V'. 1 .I A cre .
Still "i 2 i aHeres. tals ol from' ..........
NMiiry O(ren, ... \: ,f th" NW, lying somtlh o(f l)apitonie
,r.eek of ,'o. 21, tp. 1 S, r.nig 4 W'.
".1 :if r,'t lul4 lfM | fl rm ... .........
V,.. 'V. 8 i;. .. N:2 of Ne of W '4 of .9'' :1. tl,. 1 s.
rangi 4 \ ,'. 40 aner,. t It:ls.iil fr n ......
S1.' of 8w' ,aedl N f oif w ',. :1i iid S1 of
NS oft H 't, of ,S 21I. Itp. 1 1, 1 ng,, 4
\i', Ii, i .i 're.q. R ti'IN from .. .........
John 14. llarvy .. '4 oitf SWI' of RSw' of .**'* 21. tpl 1 I.
ranre 4 \NV. .'0 n .r.nt. ;I i"< fr,,rn .
Mary '.ant . Thint V irt o(f (t I 'i ,f I.-' yvin west
nif lluhhi rd 'r,e k. ,; i ;.- r.. C: thi t tTiLrt
,f thi. 14, rf 1w'J of .' I, lvitig w s. t of
Ilihiith ril 'r, ofdk f i ,1. t i .1, rangea-
4 \V. 21,' a 'r,.. lnlPl d from .... ..
it..lih Ford .... ., l of 4v>', andi th,. an( ]' S' .e* N '8...
wn,.l itht tuirt of the 'W' of y..: n lvic
,4 ,t or F uhbbardl c.r'k. iand th.it I.Itt
of h liS % of lS* 4 of N044 !;.'1"t ,A;I't
,of llh0hi rd 'rer k. In ic. '21. tr 1 s.
r u;i' 4 W" 140 nere.. Halpisd from....
J. I). Stoutamire Ni, tp I 8. range 4 W. 100 acres. Raod ei
fro m ...................................
(I W. Saxon .. All of mec. 25. tp. 1 B, range 4 'V, C44'
acres. Raited from ............. ...
H. J. *1-B. F. Camp
Lumber Co....... All of s'. 26. tp. 1 range 4 WV. Ralre-l.
fro m ............ ......................
(eo. W. Saxon .... All of e-c. 27. tp. 1 8. range --4- W. 1
er-an. Raised from ......... ..
John B. Harvey ..Nw of Nw% of oW. 21. tp. 1 8. range
4 W. 40 acrtsi. Rafsed frm ............
R. J. & B. F C('mp
Lumtbr Co. .... All of s*ec. 35. tp. I 8. rante- 4 ". 640
acres; all of a'm. 36, tp. 1 B, rawr-. 4 W,
except l"% of 804 of Be,. 6:0 n"'re*.
hatlmd from ................. .. ......
Willliam MNCat EsBt..
W. 8.T.ity r. LExr ...All South and east of the Ockloeknee
river of me. 3, tp. 1 8. range a W., SM
acres. Rail ed from ....................
Groover. Spain A Co..All of the N % mouth of Forbsa purchase
line of e. 1. tp. t range 1 W. 120
awr. Raised from ................. ..
Amanda Plader ...... 81 of oB% rof me.. tp. 2 8. range i W,
0 nor". Ramaed from ................
T. ndmas ........144 of o we. 7 tp. 2: range w. In,
nera. Ra from .............. ...
IR. J. R. Boltwrlgnt .It l,4 awl. *.I et,. eind 8% of t % of
w d. and a of % *of wu of wu
of "*1. II. t P a. rgc, l W.- be a.er
R`-d f ml ...........................
W. W. Weeter .W% of Ow% and Ne%' of swtU. ee. 12
lp 2 8. range 1 W. 120 a-re. Ial ed
from ... ................. ...........

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&;<


M i d wm the na o5w
r 3%wege, at Southerlaid, r-
rCVair Sunday and delivered
e rmou ii the evening hi the
ie Church. Not because of
Senkins visit here but of the su.
Sdvantages which Sutherland af.
U teof our brightest young peo.
enter this institutionat tie fall
yr. Upchurch finds his busin s
rnt him from attending the ex.
Ma he intended, hi fainfly who
6ai- pending the Sunmmi at
ypCring, N. C. will return home
E. Woodward pent lasfweek
ore a as the guest of Mr. Rob.
dfod. He reports a delightful
d tter feelings
V5. t. Williams uyas be huas sold
to r. Wm. Johnson, of Cn-
who will take posession in
., While we halul certainly
r,. Williams' family, we welcome
We arnot at liberty to
K^ Mr. W. wil go.
uoug*ba intends to be the
of -er daughter,' Mrs. Ben
at nacea this week.
a Smith eft last week for a
sister and brothers in Quin-
LillU recently had as her
Ml Mis Ida Edward, of Lloyd, and
lif.ford Baum, of Madison. The
is ow visiting her uncle, Mr.
Crump. .
rnk Powell, ofT'he"'ake Dale
ty, recently visited in our burg,
Presumably of some charm
Madison temporarily lent
r. m. Roberts and family, Mrs
SL. Burdine and Mrs. Laurie Conner.
of Centreville, spent the eleventh
the family of Mrs. Mary Snipes.
Eddie Brinsin spent almost all
laat week with her friend, Mrs.
of Madisbn.'
Gibbons returned last Thursday
a visitto the big show, and, with
mther in South Carolina, Mr. Gib-
aysa he can scarcely say what im-
him most at the exposition, as
Sit i well worth the trip; but he
especially interested in the War
ent.
Allie Henderson. of Monticello,
the pretty and attractive young
Sofher cousin, Miss Dora Strick-
U, recently.
SMr. Wm. Johnson, of Centreville,
was the all-day guest of Mr. B. C. Wil-
lama, last Wednesday while Mrs. John-
4on visited Mrs. Snipes.
Like an insidious foe the germ of
ealsales that was thought to be entire.
destroyal is found to be still lurking
odin the development of another
uase of measles-the first in many
psnaths. However, no harmful effects
following it, and no one need be
med. About everyone here has had
Were about to forget an item
h we feel should be written in itak
H Lten! ,Chaires has taken ad.
aht. of her privilege, gotten up a
tuition and forwarded it to Washing-
sb signed by'all our citizens, request-
Sa discontinuance of the Sunday
i.Thihas been honored, and now
postoffice is closed till Monday.
Brighthe Democrat four job printing.

IfHouse to Rent.

Opposite Leon Hote,


".AP to Julius Dianpnd. 25-2



aI 0 Vermifug_.








40r. M $t I&'4 o

B ~BTl~ BY ARDX-MIT <
^H^|&W 1- soto& a kibf
"abd see 9 aa st, f '

^^ E _wl-.e &t .t


'2
i
It
t


"d""eqa~ d Up La'-Vratarose, etc.
New gwpmw sew oh ,S & erry. Demad
Ji &mumtabIs nu* #"aerthanthe supply.
I"" bS~som SOP5L 3L
1ff 2"M"4 eshgim. d NA Wonadam,
MOOAM MAflI 5 qLLAD, President,
ATLANTA. GA.


'9


FOR SALE BY

Tallahassee Hardware Cfo..
DIALSS IN

Hardware. (Ctlery.

farming Implements

and Paint.


AShafsto_.,


st ul, ftei.r



J.S. SCHOFIEI.DSONS- MACO.gjqt,

The Housekeepers' Delight
in a range that will roast meats, boil bake or cthrwe cook i n i
vegetable and keep it piping hot until Aomes th.em for servii,.
good gas range supplied with flowing fuel a i s ihed throu '
Sour street Main. controlled by a simple '"twais the wrist" '7k "
your kitchen meets every desire of the aibit toAf preparer of ^
meali for the-4ousehold, Ask all the question like of us at l
thi;s 'tliie, .45f our representative. who will atat your home o
I ,tul Iur' libone request. GET THE "VULCAN' GAS RANGE, '*.
A Boon In Hot Weather
i,- i p; ,rv.. just the necessary quantity of heat for best eaits +h t +
ironr. For this laundering aid. like many other pape, Igi

unud the stoves and raes which burn iteomi lete propekP teb 4
0n com p'lenient. See t ot office about gas asvavtages. p
The Gas Company, Phone 72.






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BEHOLD!
The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
Single Wagons, Steel or Skein Axle.s
.- ... ..------. .-- ...- $:30'.(X
Light Two Horse, either axle. $:21 o1 to
Reg. Two Horse .... .-- 01YAEGER-BETHEL HA I
Timber Wagons,........$48. o to 50.00 l
BUGGIES, Out of Sight; I Mac 2
Both PONY and REGULAR. Harvesting Machinery
Quality and Prices Unite. -- --
Guaranty Atta4ied and no Comrnlaints.
(Customers frotn Amsterdam, Ga., to
Florida coast and numbered by hun-
dreds. And they are still corning as VOI UCAN
before one is out of sight another is i
sold.
FINALLY-If we fail to please we
Recommend other Dealer in the city. nj yu ou will
Respectfnlly. C4' m: 'oent for
TULLY & YAEGER CO. ,,; ,rty ina
Tallahassee, Fla ,.-.,,, We
k lm a id farm
..to ro in v
0,r,,in pdce
tj secure a


CONSTANTINE HOTEL.


Centrally located near Capitol
and everything the best. ..


RATES, $,.oo PER DAY.


.C9,NSTANTINE *LAIERO, Propr.


)WARE C.
Hardware.


c0 THROWG THE
VORtD.,
find no better in-
r your money than
and around Talla-
are offering homes,
ms, that are sure
value shortly at
es. If you want
R home that will


Ivq'V you a home and make
:. .('ey for you at the same
time. consult us.


LOOK


AT THIS I


A md 1 ft1unn rcintaicing 3175 acres, 825 acres of which is cleared;
toWt,. her with an. 1 xi dwelling, 5 tenant houses, 3 good barns for
gfri,1alr fanlirn,., andl 7', choice pecan trees which will bear next
y.ar. Th', place is well watered, the character of the land is gener-
all'trlling as well ait table land. the soil light grey and red clay
S.uinuT mil, the best of soils for the culture of Tobacco.
The place is located about three miles from the City, and is of-
fertI for a limited time only.
I- r liric(v and terms, call on or address


J. T. BERNARD & SON,


Real Estate Dealers.


Get The Habit.

I.Cav your soiled clothes at home bundled up
on Monday '
We'll do the rest. Then you will have no
misn-mated socks, no hunting the wash woman
Sunday mornings for a clean shirt, no worry
about mussmarized shirts starched and ruined.
no ticket to loose and fuas over getUtin your
Laundry on Saturday night, no bundle of
Piled clothes to lug up street.
See or Telephone the Manager about our
Monthly rates to young me,.
Get out of the "old rut" andr in the right
way by having all your work do at
TALLAHASSU STEAM LAUNDRY


C. O. ANDREWS, President.


'

4,'


CQ & Gmsqu, Manager.


1 Word About

Prescriptions.


We are compounding more and more each week. Manr,
people have found that here they can always get just
what the prescription calls for, just at the time we pro,,)-
ise, and that the price is reasonable. All druggists un-
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. eobb, Drug e o.
East side of Monroe St.


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THE $TATE SA*Nd
'i am


S. BA


W~ .e,~!


Don't you wSAt to sArt a aout? W sl'*DS of.m
proved F'ehket Sovi~ banks to to save for i .?
you can de Ogrit hbarsdollar or qpleoh. I is dof ew M~eArY In the
or ala pft F 5k~ It iss*I to bot)you 1~~pe~mto spend GAMAA
wan sr. a srEnut with ev~rybo b ity 16.l1-"-P
We furnish one of those totiuyiwbo ren
open 16D account with us within t* days from receipt at b ooI~' aksare =dolly
blocked and can only be opened byva.
You vt 1t b,- surprised to hasp bow much money y yq am sve In five yearsby tinkkCn
of 3 It u msli 4) arive and deoealting in a vings bark.
It Iismet wii'e to [.live money by keepinx it In the kous16essa there is danger of W
thi-%o-a and fire, i rd 1Pide uis it is not making anything'. 700t ~e l it Wilkins and it Is earn~n
iti:. We psy 2 1 r cert inteteK an aflldeposit~s of One Nf.,an upwards. Interest;pel an u
141t at, 11e 'I A r il r~d (.)ctc1bet.
Ot.l w 'ae piuve a tale 'ho*isjg how ravirys will accumulate Iu five years, computed on a bi
si1.- 'of 13 % ~oyk it V ehys ~in ti'e Jear* at 3 jter cent tinterest.


iiv


1,4r i y
I cr (fi.
p '-r (1.,%
r d'' i


4 Am't deporited. Interest earned. Total am't
f r years....... -----....---....1.. - -................ 11.M--------...........-....---....---167.64
r ar- ....... ...... ------------------................. 22.28...............---.--- ..-- 8.2
r .ar. ............. 27.86.................-------------------....... 4110
t r yar...... ...... ............. .----------................-----..-------. 502.92
Sr .. ...-------.. ..----------................. 66.70-----.......--.........------------.... 838.20
1(,r ,' ears.. .. .......1,5.00).................. 111.40.--------.. --....... ----........1,676.40


o4 ~ ft Ii-I i-rik is U2(,W4O.(%) with iiioividual depoits amountjng to
I ii v v I' 1i.l t r ct'y conf 'ential.
$ic,, 4t 'if 11 4 ,f:tl4:.1 1 I ~Au14t)ie tuj~jy lants.


STAT


SAVINGS BANK, TALI.AHASSEE, FLA.


I, 1W.


C. LEWIS, PRESS Ir:CE Y.


G. E. LEWIS, Vice-Presdent.


.f.


B. C. WHITIELD, CASHIF.R;z-


I ew irm To l* Opeed4 September I.
We call attention to the hii inoni an-
'' unseement of Walker & lMi rk, which
-." ra elsewhere in thir iosue,, in
wim these gentlemen met forth their
,' toitlon of givtig the public a courte-
O andO honwat service in their new
bsialnes. The members of thin firm
have been o and favorably known to
tie hoppihM public of Leon county.
Swill bleus command a large
lO1t of patronage from their many
Ell Thi True Democrat wehes for
&tMt of Walker & Black a long and
Ip peous business life
Keep the pores olmpen and tho skin
4 elea1 whe you have a cut, burn bruise
or Setrph. DeWitt's Carbolize Witch
soH I aive penetrates the pores and
Iub quickly. Bold by all druggists.
NaMe of Teeher' s"sa laatlan at
Tallahassee.
Amn examination under the "Uniform
Examination Law of Florida" will be
held at Tallahassee, commencing at H
S o'clock p. m. on 'uesday, September
S d, 1907. White applicants will be ex-
amined at the "Leon Academy," col-
ored ones at the "New Lincoln Acid-
emy." All applicants are required to
S provide them lives with pen, ink and
legal pa p paper, pay a fee of one dollar,
and bring a certificate as to good moral
character
27-lt E. 1 ErP-s, Suit.
SNetabgbrs Got Fooled.
"I was literally coughing myself to
death, and had come too weak to
leave my bed; and neighbors predicted
that I would never leave it alive; but
they got fooled, for, thanks he to God,
I was Induced to try ir. King's New
Discovery.v. It took just four on(- dollar
S ,bottles t)o completely cure' the icogh
and restore me to, iotm\l oUI\,l h,,alth."
writes Mrs. iEva i,(n'nlhii'hr. orf (rovir.
town, Stark ('I.. Ir,,l. 'lii. Kia r ofr
cough and' cold cur.., , ,nl hieitih-r f
throat anti lun ,s. i. i4 u ri .'ii .. I I.d v Il
dniggig tt. fiec te d $1 .nI. 'I mI i ;...'' 1'
free.
Speclflcations for Repairs ( n Old

Seminary Building at Tallth.it-'
*ee.





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d ler .t Fi 'mk l lt In i t i 't 4 .41I n.- i
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1e l 1 ., * n i l- 1 1 I 1 1%. 1 . Ow i ." ll ,I



\ iI feet f th, 1 sa,, i f i 'i ll 1o1f 6. i 't 1," '.t '
*s)move a lsii r.t.nit is .. I-- s'.ei4, 'f t. I#% ti ,
A' pi r'w* i d windowm *hat i a' m r- I .InuI "i .l
0gs V be reisein cartar r ejo4a.'.I.
it. o l rtsu i l I that u l t ..h a '0 ,i m I r t l tI.I e
soM to tIi TAu h, r+i4so. ,all ,d.s eml tael .al- klot -i1,'i
I "i sa I ll. r cp 4l. ri toy I.,b y | *sal,. I '|. matsI i .a


w h illhe "ro'.4 byf le i""r, e r

S lrd ithe rimtresl awarded, th th I.e.eil"
lt n lillter..i n Fri d y. All tfit ll 0ti 1. 111"
'1 etuf the plt.-r"ter.y of the I, aant ;. I,*r1
T a). The flhmkl' rt mrn"ee the l,,i.tI." c, ,
saii at hidr All .1. Ii l rehekip
sadi to b. e pet4 t y the -Tr., I ... I.'
et *m ell vr l l m r all Meterial It
fs xilai"" Iehf i al oI t t ciu s trmi ** '*f i' a n
Il.i.ker Tr b I,.j
ff/ M tu w t>tl-4


C. i.. SAJI.S,


P. 0. BOX 210.


J. M. SAULS.


SAULS BROS.,
TALLAhASSEE, FLA.,
General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

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


AGENTS WANTED!
Tip-Top Contracts for Live Men.
Renewal Commission Paid.

Address CECIL WILLCOX, Manager,
THE MUTUAL LIFIP INS. CO.
of New Vork.
Jacksonville, Florida.
I


A Cap of White Hloe or Ih-e
Noca and Java Colb


...* 4fl


is what goes straight to the heart f
every man at breakfast time, and ef
one knows that only good gtocemn kk
good coffee. We take special pride I|
our brands, as they have msade
store famous. Just as good as the
fee we sell are teas, which prtae|H
holds good throughout our entire stas'.
We sell nothing but the beat of f"
products-those we have tested o a
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLWINS, 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 Put On Day Service


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


BOARD


OF MANAGERS


City' Electric .Light PlaAt.
P-


S 7 and we will dcTn.kt,.trate this point In just a few
'.il \ i .nutes. The Blucrt I Iceam harvester is eardriven
F' ue of the sinphlt .and most practical separators
'u t ie market. It ti t:u.tranteedto skim down to the
S tuotutandth part off butter fat When you separate
r11iAi with a Bluchull crCarstor, you Cm rest manuted
that 7ou are Dnot lcaviuti any butter fat in the skin
Si;. k, besides the Bluche.ll is so easy to keep clean
ati1 w light running that it stands without a superior.
Call on as and we will gladly demonstrate the
S',,ich.lit's good points to yo.L

G MM SAUL BY

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as pAea Snimerj iits.

twenty-fvee ye a tedcherin "Friends
Select School," and 'The Wmettown ,
Boarding ScioL" #I,
Hewa ibrarianof 'The Appr Areatly Reduced Prices,
tife Library" of Philadelphia for k ba l Ruc O ic
twelve years.
He and his family moved to Florida
and settld at Kissimmee in 1890, andt
ca to allahaKisee in 1 890 ad 10, 12 , atld15e Colored Lawns, at .... ........... 5c
He was married to Mary Bacon in$10.00 Summer Coat and Pant Suits, at ..........$7.00
October,184.; they lived haily.00
eot orlTfty-; thvee iwe, $12.50 and $15.00 Coat and Pant Suits. ........ $9.75
Mary Bacon Morgan. died in Tallahas. Don't miss this opportunity of buying Rcliabhle Merchandise
see, Florida, May,4, 1907, he followed
her just three mo 9ths and twenty days far below its value. -
after the parting.
Of a large family of children, none
survived them but Mrs. R. E. Rose,
their youngest child, with whom they
had made their home for years.
Mr. Morgan was noted for his knowl-
edge of la'hguage, especially Greek and D BO 01
Latin; as a Bible scholar he had few* 9 a s se e
equals. Truthful and honest to a de- .,
ree, de knew no guile ; and was loved
by all be came in contact with for his
beautiful Christian life; especially by
the oung people was he loved and rev-. *
Both he and his wife are buried in LOCAL. AND PERSONAL ITEIIS. NoTicB:-Members of the W. F. M. The work of renovating,the Megin- The railroad commll
Tallahassee, where they rest side b r Society and Golden Links who did not nisa property on Monroe street has been ed notice on the Southern
"ide after their long journey together ; attend the "Mite Box Opening," will begun by 0. C. Parker & Co., and will pany that the would be .
peacefully and confidently awaiting the Mrs. F. C. Keene is spending some i please send in their contributions first be pushed to a speedy completion., show eason whoH
call of their Savior, in whom they both time in Oglethorpe and Atlanta Geor- of next week, to Miss Jessie Blak4, 1 lot Ladies Colored Parasols to go at imposed upon terb
trusted with child-like faith. gia. Treas. actual cost. Levy Bros. 27 sioners, for re ftoact ad
R. E. R. Mr. Frank Keene Jr., left Friday Walkin Skirts Dress Skirts, Style, Chief Hamlin has received his new carrier of fruit f.,
ALefor Stone Mountain, Ga., where he will Fit and ateria guaranteed. Levy Jewel Auto, which is to be used in cpn- station by Geo
A Valuable Lessen. enter the University school. Bros. 27 nection with the Fire Department. land Park.. A haing will
company in T aa0
"Six years ao I learned a valuable New, Nest,.Nobby men's Neckwear. Milton Index sa : "If some people Mr. and Mrs. Ge e B. Perkins and September rd
nolna, write. then Plbegasan taking D. Levy ros. 27d carried their religion in their hearts &h- little daughter have returned from their
King's New Life Pills,and the longer Rev J. Edgar Wilson has returned ste of their mouths, wouldn't this be outing at Lanark. rtNew arrlal of in nbria
take them the better I find them." home from a much ed visit of two a ly o world The public is invited to investigate Percal" LevyBroe.
They please everybody. Guaranteed at weeks among relative and friends in The public is invited to investigate the Worthington Roller Window Screen The railroad commission lMa M i
all druggists. 26c. Baltimore. the Worthington Roller Window Screen at J. W. Corbett's. 27 collected a recent fine of Sl0sm
The public is invited to investigate at J. W. Corbett'sa. 27 R A E H holde. wh 8 A L R R for v ti
A Distlmgalshe Visitor. the Worthington Roller Window Screen Sergeant D. Ellis, wife and daughter preached morning and evening n Trin- relative to keepinoln t
itd the pleasure to greet in its office this Misses Annie Lloyd Bond, Ireta and weeks' pleasant visit to Panacea. The has returned home after a pleasant freight, Also, $150 from the.O. .
week the Hon. William B. Lamar, who Margarett Bradford will spend the Sergeant is always a pleasing and en- visit among his old parishioners for failure to bullet delay of p
represents the Third District of Florida week-end at Lloyds. tertaining guest, and has lots of friends ger train at Ybor City.
in the House of Congress. Mr. Lamar Miss Agnes Edwards and Lina Byrd who .always enjoy being at Pinacea Big reductions in Table Linen. Levy wege tr father for Rate
is one of the most distinguished sons of who have been the charming guests of wfth him. Bros. Umbrellas andOvrshoes. Go
the South, having been for many years Miss Carrie Edwards, have returned One of the requisites of a pleasure Rev. Ira S. Patterson will return & Co.'s for them. They carry
Attorney-General of his State, and be- home. trip is a handsome Suit Case or Bag home from Panacea Sprins m time to tok and ce. right
ng the nephew of -the late t Minited The public is invited to investigate from the stock of Burns & Co. 25 hold both services in rinity Methodist oc.
States Senator and Cabinne of thet Minih s greater I the Worthington Roller Window Screen W. L pkn, frer agent for Church next Sunday. The Communion Fr. Fred Burch has returned from
Lamar. one of the South's greatest eW i Roller WndowScr th Sothrn for pan o t service will be held in the morning. e-xtended and delightful visit to Cam
statesman. Our distinguished visitor at J. W. Corbett's. 27 the Southern Express Company of this .11
represents Florida's tobacco districts, Mr. Robt. W. Levyof Lake Bradford, eity, was here a few hours yesterday Order your Suit from Hurns & (., da..
and in conversation with him he re- accompaniedby his son Edward, Mr. afternoon. He returned on the night who guarantee fit an(d style. 23 G(o to Burns & Co's. for BaU
vealed himself as a moo t ardent advo- Fred B. Biddul ph,Jr. and "Uncle Dick train to Tallahassee, where' he is now Governor Broward and the I. I. In- Suits, N ligee ShirtsSummer
cate and supporter of their specifle in- Saunders," will leave the first of the agent. -Live Oak Democrat. vestigating Committee returned Mon- ware, Knee Drawers, Leather
terests. It was in their interests that month for Goose Creek on a two week's The pubflc is invited to investigute day from Lauderdale. and tht' work of hrer d i ta ht HTes.
he spoke and voted against the passage hunting and fishing expedition. the Worthington Roller Window Screen the committee is being pushed to finish. chiefs and Lightweight Hosiery.
of the nefarious Payne Philinpine Free I lot Plain White Check and Drop- at J. W. Corbett's. 27 Special sale of slitely soiled White The many Tallahassee friends of
Trade bil, and in doing so he did not Stitch Lawn, 10 yards for 45c. Levy Subwribe to The True Democrat. Bed Spreads. Levy Bros 27 A M. Manning will regret to I@
hesitate to "rebel" against partisan- Bros. 27 J. E. Theus wishes to remind his hispresent critical conditional'
ship. He is one of the71 "insurgents" Before purchasing your horse, call in Fifty-fve applications hav been any friends and ptro that he tillhome at annngton, near
who broke away from their party in and see my stock, a nice lot just having passed upon by th State authorities carries an up-to-date line in house fur- lamonla.
voting against the Philippine Free Tradecomein J S.. d thirteen more ae now on fi t thing. 2 rider your Suit from Burns &
bill and has therefore been placed on 4 .o-tf office of the clerk. Subscribe for the. Truck )enocwrat and have the style and fit guarantee
the roll of honor by the trade. Any at- e e c 25
. tempt to resurrect the Philippine Free :
Trade bill is sure to find in him an im-
lacable and unyielding antagonist.--
S. Tobacco Journal.
"We never rpent, of eating too lit- has. G. Myers. J. Gordon Pearec.
tie," was one of the ten rules of life of
Thomas JefftTeron. President of the
United Staitvem, and ihe rule applies to
every one with.,ut excetion during thiS and E A R
hot weather, because it is hard for
food, 'venl in small quanotius. to bo 1i
gestel h,., the Itl,],i is at ,t hi ,,, tvi
lratur,. At tti;,,v ason wt.i ,ul i REAL ESTATE and INSURA ATN E.
sparingly aid properly \\ We shld l' ai
help the stone .ii h a.-i inu<'n i ,i ossi.,h.
hbyt the ustm. ua litth K.II Fo, liig*. ITY PROPERTY FOR SAiLE.
tion andl I)vreps.a, which .%.vl re(-t the
stoiniach bydigrvstiingz tl. f(-o its.'i. I a ,mi, Br-ick Residence, i.r. ,t in m ir'lh ,art ,f cit.
Sold by all dtuggists if cit.
Missionary nite ,ox upenita. 1 Two Story Fram '. idenci, ]ot on oI oi the pii' ijIp .
Tho Woman's Foreign M.:<-inairv v -
eiety and '"Ihe (GIolden l.i.'" hl th 1 NiC' (' eLt tL'', oinI lo t rit f (U:t1 .
quarterly Mite Box (Op-eintai Tud .,
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. R.
J. Fvans. Quite a number wir, ir s- "TOBA( O() L 4NDS.
ent, and the pro raom so carefully pri--
A. D. cherye ad participate in ba One 280 acre Tract fine land, 80 ,., fine timl,, '.
goodly number, was very interrestiig
and instructive, and enjoyed by all. At One 280 acre Tract tint. aInd, 100 a4I.' r 1ine tinih'r.
lose of program boxee opened wer.'
found to contain $26.00 which will go to One 520 acre Tract fii<' lamn 100 .recs fi!,, timb,.r.
the support of our bwn Florida Mission-
Fruit puneh and delicious cake were ()ne 80 ac' TIrat 1 gool Re.idvnce and Other impro(VOments.
served by nar gracious hostess, while .
all enjoyed a saial half-hour. Mem. ()ne 50 acre Tract, with 2 story house.
bera who tailed to be there, missed
rele. A MEn.. One 30 acre Tract, all Tobacco I.and.

e how .lghth shodgive eeryi We are showing the best Life Insurance (Contracts ever seen in Tallahassee. Jf you are in-
timle folp to the dige te organic th e terested, it will be to your interest to see what we have. BEWARE OF GOLD) BRICKS and see ouSr e
J5W1-elrt. Ths ymay .bhe byak- I home men for, something good.
atteething that contains natural di- N ents Wanted.
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DERXLICT.'
oii~r hIriwf ,,lu kw rY en, m v n State Instituti
F'tirn '.1o duty' thAi'. isvwbt ,ia'glit but
W71.
'itbout hoelm '(of purple .to "Wie mAwl, uIivFSILy Of tL
WW w*ll I've lovght bravely, and flebtang,
ve te 1x4. o FArd
ito Asght on. whaeter betid. mesou ofr m
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R fa *f r naly. j
fet thorr who am Nor
6 stwtn.my Md knows how i"r-h, A highi-'rade institution for young
dtt wwee made with t, purist e. menn. of ring Literary, Scientific En-
worl an Chrt on uthe rC" 10d, KineerinK, Agricultural and 'edagogi-
not the work thir erue haris. ,,I cal Courses.
todo rght. mSbd'q my he Strong Faculty; well equipped lab-
1 w,. sI Ntniil Da1. oratorie:; thorough instruetion, both
.'..- . theoretical and practical; careful super-
W OGive Away if Cannot Sell. vision andl Jiscipline; high m tal tone.
toga, N. Y., Sunday Summer, No tuition ch.u, to Fkerida tu-
in Saratogsi heartily apr,,ve thie d!rts. O)th.r .xWrses verry low.
IOtlon made by the Hrull that thFor c ratalt, .r, information ad.
onex shitildb6 sol d. Th- edito- dr*, A N 11.EW SLEDD.
Was discuswd by rn;ily perwcmn who 'rsient.
Taken an interest in ,iluestions of
da, and the hat the flerald hadl unded a V
it key note for It. democratss in, E A
jrxt national c cam,;di.n
I r.l i,,,,,iii'iially corr',t." *ST. MARI
| William it. I,artar, 4epresentativf.
_,0ress from th. thirdd District of
Fd., "it t -< rIs,, to n,# that if %.& .)v'inv to the situation i
bot sell the i'hilippinto we should
1them uway. St. Nlitrks and Wakulla
Should, if it were in rny powr. re-
l[Batval bases and Mtationx. in thi,
,,alK island,, .n let all ,,,. ,,i., mil(!.- -,, the Gulfof Me
na of the islanldn v., ,-ithi-r to a
r or, in defuuit of Iih;,t, ,.iif, resort r'1r the sportsman
wer that would an

oan or twelve millionA of igorant
slaves in this country is all the
problem that w, holdd care to
; We don't ,r.'d Sliain'C conibht-
filNvolutionary Vsim, ulM among eur
Il trouble.
ve much regard for the dignity,
.m aftty if our 1lag, bhu I woiil
hb ate t to haiul it down from a
)to which it HIould never havy,
hauled Up.,
a ctiz'ni of Florida my dIre(' i:
rid of the Philipirn' i.:saindH.
product, sugar and tobacco, ad-,
frqe into the lUnit ed States,
ruin one of our indiunt rieis, thiat' l
prevent thu growth af another,
upper le.ft toliacc< im noow a highly
and rapidly growing idulustry in
and West' Florida. l Fr)e tradl"
O the hilliPines would dtstroy thim
a \ ile the 11hilippin o I latiils
'-N. Y. Herald, 27th
i ustlg for Trouble.
tI ve lived In Califioraia 20 year, anud
still hunting for trouble in the wiy
Iburns, .ores, Woundm, boils. cuts,
sno, or a cRe bf piles that tRuck-
Arnica Salve won t quickly cure,"
SCharle. Walters, oft Alreghany,
C., No use hunting, Mr. W al-
; It cures every case. (;uaranteed
I all druggists. c, *
aslt becoming Popular.
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V 09. air i in ii In roIiKit to ile
r'U t of (ulf coast remiuri hy the num-
of fish caught with hook and line.
S ome few week ago The True IDemo-
t published ai i('ount f .a taurpon
ht there by Mr. A. DI. Zachary.
,. time then' waH no tarpon caught.,
h the largest uriunt of eating fis
or Caught with hookk ui landie. A
)ry compiosed of Mesrm. W A. and
). ZXac hary, It. M ('Cait and Master
iCo Catem, all o f thi city, rniiule thi:1
ord, all using ro.el. %Numilers of
t, black and Ibluell-ih were ciiughlil,
the most impiortsiit caitc'he' we're
mh and romii .
r. .M ( rates caught 1 iredi l !
ring 49i inches and weighing 3C
iSade, onte ofi the largest eve'r liihldl
ooh ok and line. tlie ilt cnuglht 1
per 24 inches long weiahiihg 7
nds. Master lBruce, son of Mr. II
CatMa, iwal right in lint with tllhe
ethor Hei caught a redfl h :W; inches .
length and weighing 24 pounds, an-
ether weighing 114 imund" and at
,uV>per weighingt8 pounds. Mr. W. A
chary caught two fiue roellish, one
I Inches long and weighing 20 pounds;
another il inches. long and weighing 6
prounda. Mr A. I). Zachary caught tHe
prise groulper, one measuring 31l inches
Sand weighinug 161pounds; another meas-
Sring :120 inches and weighing I pounds.
Hi also caught It .6-inch redfllh weigh-
t 15) jiounda.
his Is the he wiion's record. Now it
ia Up 3o Home one to lower it. Will it
be one
. The New Duval Hlotel at St. Marks.
which has been refurnished out and
etat and in run goud and clean, offers a
!dnlghtful stopping place for those wish-
Ue to try their luck in thee waters

Hew's This ?
We offer One Hundred Dullars re-
afor any case of Catarrh that eat-
be cured |byH all's Catarrh 'ure.
S J. CIIEr!NNEY & CO, Toledo, 0.
p the undersigned, have kiwwn F.
nney fur the last 15 years, and
0 him to be perfectly honorable in
transactUona and financially
ry out any obligations made
[,iKrNNA& A MARIN,
Drugiota,. Tolelo. o.
&a Ca Care -is taken Inter-
act upon the blood
mraucusetr Ui yte. Too-
ala ,e 97f o ta per
Hall's for ountip-


Florida ?e ae College
TeUhtssWe, Fa. "
A Coll for Womin, wit
parallel t n uth, embrucing
lege for ULa l Arts, a Schoil
Teachers, ol of Industrial
a School of M Arts,including paO
pi(p orgg, YiHnt vole culture,
caution s6 p" cal culture.
A Pacult able specialists I all
department.
Tuition free. Charges for special in-
struction In Fine Arts reduced tos
minimum. New buildings in course of
countruction. Write fr ('atalo te.
A. A. M I'IPHREE,
President.

iL HOUSE,
KS, FLA.

near the junction of the
Rivers and within ai few
xico makes it an ideal
n and pleasure seeker.


Plenty oft good Gasoline Boats to 1* had. Guides for
Fishing and Hunting parties furnished.
Convenient to all the Gulf Springs.
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
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contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Tarcotic
substance. Ats age is its guarantee. It destroys W6rms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It asNlmllates -the Food, regulates. the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The M3other's Friend.

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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.
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it 311114' tlfei livor in good or er. Ta do on,
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APOflITIVE CLTRE
FOR CONST,"PATION, CHILILS ANP
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AND )ALU- ULVF-*R coiwith-,i JNT&S

Has Doro c .Work!d ood.
Mra.. C. 1). Phal'nv, marhisn Falls' T(,r'n' 'ritses: "Ihave
Umt'd h ii rlihm- mA 11tiil '. tbivi at llvvr c( o i haa.(ve v 1'
ri.~e1. 1 do r. v dr:ly jm sIM 4uI'- woeld of g)1
gaul I" e.,Iiii itli o4) 01 uiyfrndi .. % a.E ou
tk Wilt.. liuY I.

Ballard Snow* Liniment C.
iioo-sc2 N. Second St.% ST. LOUIS#, MO.

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Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on
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PHONE 87.


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P. 0. BOX 4.


John B. Stetson University
FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.


DE LAND, FLA.


Affliated With the University of Chicago
i COLL Of LJUW AL ARTS.-'The standards are those of the University of
hicano. 8ltotas' a'jsduatee receive their dgireve from both Stetson and Chicago.
Sw the Chiak o and ftson catal COL M o fLAW.-Oramluatp of this College are admitted to praetlee law in
Florida without examiatlion.
C Lr TCINelLOST AND KEHOOL OF MCI AMAIC ATS.-Meehani-
ral. CIv L Vwetrice *nfilnerrinir and Manual Training courses leading to de rses.
Fine Mew blUthn. estJy equipment. *
COLLSIB O W5IONS0.-Banking in all its branehaw. Bookkeeping by best
melthd*. h erthand and Typewritin. Elective courses open in other Depart.
ments. lrg Famttty and commodious building.
PlPAUlATIT BCAUMNT. -ralduates prepared to enter barvard. Yale.
PrimnA. O .l Michian. Chicago and all first-cs" CAdleges.
A ILICW L Kind.ararten in its own building. 2. Pri.
mar' aShool in operate building. These Schools especially prepare
--A tlO.one.W piP organ, a dosen pianoes, operate building.
la e course ot tudy.
APrXfaCS L-New Ftudo. Coasty casts. models. etc.
ate ha f ltof 4it of feW nmew rs and Instruetors. Ttey hqld deres from
the Ualier t tch iceam, Harvard, Yale. Darmnuth. ColumbiaT Tcr to,t Wake Por-
e-i. Blra.h I bowdcr n. Utrecht. Buck*eIL. Univeiety pf Mtchigla. Dianison and
oth U l There are ovwe 5am.UW.W In biMdin and qnuipat;M early a
quart$ mtIMIa dollar eMdowment: an eandwed 4 library o' ow a 13. vonMais a be-.
tifus e I wta' mtly furnsblia. letslag atained gtas whundwsr, all atee.
a lLi,-9ci sadwldnom banr ela hl
r. i taek.uenisuornta. e tmai t ead wt llo .
Wt,. rwiet a adld a e* e ft a; leiarahe hil Wfor i- sad wq oa. toa IMM lo .


haturs ow'.; Chrkhms. md nt-.tr
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at the afrot n ad ly MAL H le pr

The msme the ewpor Abs aUbe the "Tal-
ate Tut W al M aw It business sh
S be- a h lto thei lteo Plorida. the other
eta the Unalted Stat. and a foreign e -
u4o&es. wberevr mes Ite pr-incipal office
shall be in TallsbaM m U I
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TheSeneral nature of the buainaes to be trans-
acted by said corportiost is that of planting, cul-
tivating sad growing, roduelal, curing, pack-
lanr manufapturiag. selling, buying and handling
lef tobceo and all other farm, products; con-
cstructinf. building, buying, leasiag and other-
wise acquiring, s lling, lrttlng and oeberwise
disposin of structures for shadingr ebaccoandm
s suitable buildings. including warehousesand pack-
,9' ing-houses. forcuring, handling and p frf
market, leaf tobacco, and aAI other farm lts.
as Well as merchandise of any and eV~.Aeort.
* kind and character: and saw and make. My and
sell lumber and other building materials.; I raise
S buy and sell live stock of all kinds; borrowing and
leading money with. or without security: issuing
and selling bonds and* other negotiable ipstru-
amata: buying and leading or otherwise acquiring
ad holding real estate, letting, selling and con-
veying real estate, owning and operation saw
mula. cutting, sawini arnd manufacturing lmber
~or all and any purposes whatsoever; and con-
dsating a general mercantile business. and doing
all other things necessary or proper to the conve-
nient and successful conduct of the general busi-
. ness of the corporation.


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The amount of the capital stock shall be fifty
thousand dollars, to be divided into five hundred
i of one hundred dollars each; twenty-five
Sent. of which shall be subscribed and paid
before the company shall transact any busl-
new any of said capital stock may ite used in
the parchse of real and personal property, or in
a ennt for labor a just valuation to be fixed
tBoard of Directors at a meeting to be called
Oaid purpose.


The term for which said corporation shall exist
1.al be ninety-nine years.
I V.
T e office of said company to transact said
tne s hall 3D the President. Vice-Presldent
Manager. Secretary and Treasurer, and a
Sof "rlctors, to be composed of not Ies
r tia three and not more than nine. The office of
S erftary and Genral Manager may bjhed by
*_ te samme pason. The Board of Directors may be
s. ebanedat ay tme byby-laws. The Directors
s ll be aeleted by stockbelder at each meeting.
S ARother officers shall be elected annually by Di-
metora. Annual meetingJi of the Directors and
teboldere shall be hold on the first Tuesday In
October Ian h year. but said date may be
changed by by-laws. The incorgorators shall
Iten thBrntTuesday in October. A. D. 19W7.
at the offieof asid company at 10 o'clock a. m..
for the of adopting by-laws holding the
astannual metin f or the leetia oof offer
and eompMletin its oraPnisation. Until the ofl-
ers at the first annual meeting shall be qualified,
the bmslness hall be conduct by the following
asoS I: H. B. Snll. President; R. J. Riles.
Vloe.President. and L C. Yaer Treasurer; H.
S. r e and General a or, and a
ear oftb rector composed of H. B. SneIl. i. J.
Ril, L. C. Yaeger and H. L. BetheL
V1.
The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
at any time shall be not more than $50.000 (fifty
thousand dollars.)
.vI,.
T The namesandrenidence of subscribinsg ncorpo-
Srators, to their with capital stock subscribed by
eaeh. shall be a follows:
i Name. Reidience. Amount of Stock.
L. C. Yagr. Tallliame, Fla.. 126 shares, 61.00
H. L Bethel, Tallahasee. Fla., 126 shares. 8.500
H. B. Snell. Jacksonvile. Fla.. 126 shares. 812.5 0
R. J. Riles, Jacksoaville. Fla.. 1.9 shares, 812,500
Subscribing Ineorporators.
STATE OF FLORIDA,'
CouxTY or LIcoN.
Before me, the ubderilrned authority. person-
ally appeared H. L Bethel and L. C. Yaeger. to

me well known, who bein duly sworn. severally.
say that they signed the forefoing instrument of
writing for the purposes named therein.
SIn witness whereof I hereunto st my hand and
filicial eal the 13th day of Aurust. A. D. 197.
, [LSAL.] B. C. WUITrPILD,
Notary Public State of Florida.
My commission expire Nov. 2.1906.
S STATE OF FLORIDA. I
COUNTY or DUVAL. ;
Before me. the underiignel authority, person-
V ally peared H. B. Snell and R. J. Riles, to mg
well known, who being duly sworn. say that t he
iglned the foregoing Instrument of writing for
S thepurposes named therein
In witness whereof. I hereunto met my hand and
official seal this 17th day of August. A. I). 1907.
[smAL.] ELLIOTT R. MAY,
Notary Public State of Florida at large.
2W-6t My commisir.n expire July 8. 1911.

NOTICE of Application for Tax Deed, Given in
Accordance with .ertione. ';4 andi 575 of the
General Statutes of the State .f Florida.
N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT (;GORGF
SB. Perkins, a.s'ne, of tax certificate nuni-.
S ber 41, dated July 3d. li.r., has filed a ad certetI.
cate in my office and made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said cer-
tifloate embrace. the foli.,wing dei eribxd proper.
ty, situate In Leon county. .Ste of Florida, to.
wit: The south h of th msout went quarter of
section fourteen f4. in townAhip one (Ill south
of range two (2) west. cntaining r Macres. more
or less.
The said land beiru aisM'ued at the date of the
issuance of said certificate in the name of C. M.
Covington. Unless said certificate .,all be re-
dcemed according to law, tax deed will issue
thO eon on the 17th day of Sept* mber. A. D. 1907.
Witness my official signature and seal this 16th
day of August. A. D. 107.
SsSAL) HENRY T. FEI.KEL.
Clerk Circuit Court. Le.n c,,unty. Florida.

Jr NOTICE of Applttesi-M for Tax Deed. Given ih
AeOordanee with Sections 674 and 6T7 of the
General Statutes of the State of Florida.
TICS IS H. REBY OIVEN THAT OEORGE
aB. PMrti .a of tax eartifcate aum-
bhar 4 dated Jull lt es aie id s ertiin
-af t my les a m oapplication for tas
de. td to a see witt law. Said owr-
d *0 de scribed proper.
r c t qrtor at the Bormthe
aleiniab (10. to township
1 "rtiojf rimwe two <2 wt, euntalnaa!
SWt C k8 asles l e t the dte of the

5 to la. tar deed wi la
lg plem as er. A. U a1110.
g-3ui.st em and enm this Muth
HN.T T. 111,11




d U f and on. vacant lot; a
NA0 t3. to Mn. J. K.
0 M. 1 o. sk..
vSat 1-.


MtA o dJsureogt. n
r ~ s~yIste elt
rrvw~vr=mOt


-a i teerdanee with Section "MLIAw %of the state of
ofm&KcontWt with tlhe enm ooaas-e
m of the rk or l at th. airman
d onuit Mond the t dayM D. 1s07, at 10 o'clock
as r afteramas be of hmns eewi-
meagg lim,,, reviewing ai'04 t rollof amt6*oWty
L 1k 1 alak." tsbA
*a d ay to day until Wednl i do of August, 1907. and
OW ewiwrealand personal property: *


NAMI, DMCRIAPTINS OF PROPERTY AND VALUfl AS

NAME 1)ESCRIPTION *
Tennet Ronalds ...... 8VJ of .w. "- tp. 1 i, range 1 B. 320
ut I.. 1. : 'i I rom .......... *. ..
14. V. Schrader....04 sk.. t: 1I N. range 1 B, 320
acres. l:tl'<'i, from .... ....... .. .
John S. Winthrop ...Ne%. e.\xcpti 15l I.'-s. living and of .
Tallithuas' anIr T''hiomIasvile roadQ o
c. :3top.tp. I N. irn:EA. I; K. Rained from
.... II. Averitt ...... of SWI, oi Nw' ,f Nw'p seC. "e 0 tP.
f N, rang,' 1 I:. ' o r. s. I-al-sd fr1 .
irs. L. Q. ikard ....Wt' of .wl of .'. I, til. 1 N range
1 IF. ex','It th. .,-with 11, itcres thereof.
Ihlitlsed froi t1 ......... ..............
Mliss J.1!1" 'irk ....SVj of '8i of s f 0if sw'4 lying west of
M thel. T"l iah.s: e, ia T"ii h .aomisville road.
,.. 30. tp. I N., ri.ngi I ,. litaeled from
\Vi!:l:hm T. HIIrr'l.xo%..3 acres of hlat in lot .\ I, thli N-'* of sec.
31, tp. 1 N. r.nlg, 1 1: Ia< s eld from......
. I.. M i ..........2 t i e(r(, in !,'t Nt *; 1 e 1 : .31. tp. 1 N,'
raitigK I :. I.:is.-.I frr-n .............
Far'nk J. Bl~uk ......1 r itr of lnd in t tl i Nw' of eI 31,
1p. .1 N. rai4gv I E. 1; 1 tl from........
.M '.,,4 J, Mgiln-
nls( ................. n Sar i i ,f land iI l1h. . of W4 of
Nw.l of s ee. ;31, aI. 1 N. range 1 *I.
l ti i-. <1 fr nt . . . . . ..
,;eorr.' w. is .......4 t('r- of land in 1tl.. N y14 oI'f sec. S3 .
Stp. I range. 1 1:F, I. riled its follows:
Il'g>liiiing at sW *i-rii'n r of the said
Nwl unal runa N *21i Itot, then E 106 ft,
thltencv( 8 *21" ft. tlhr,n., W 106 ft. tO
loint oi lo inif irfg Itloied from ... ..
.Mrs. Bascoi Temple. .1 i.neres of laind, i; h*, Nw4 of sec. 31
tp. 1 N. range I I. lI.tftod from......
John H. HIumphries..1 .. re of latId in Nw'4 'if sm,. 31, tp. 1 N.
range' I F. HatleI fromi................
Hippolyte Pichard ...% acre of lnnd in thi, Nw1, of sec. 31.
tp. 1 N, ra .' 1 tE. I iAls from ......
Retuben 8. Villiams...1 4-10 acres o( lanId in the. Nwt' of sec.
31, tp. 9 N, ra.iwge 1 K. Italsed from ....
(George HI. lolmes....4 43-100 acres in the Nw'4 of see. 31, tp.
I N. range I K. It:tisld from ..........
C(onstantine Algero ..8% of lots 9 and 1') and all of lots 15 and
1S 1 Sw'i of a'-r. 31, tp. 1 N, range 1
K, of St. Atigustine Hranch lots H. S.
Duval's surv.,y of laads Mundee as per
Splt reordld Iin dp tbook B B. page
F19. 3 9913-Ilni1 nerr. Raised from....
G,.o. Lewis .......... Lots No. 1. 2, 3. 4. 5, 6. 7 and 8. In the
Sw4 of ser. .31. tp. 1 N. range 1 3,
10 125-1004) acres. Raised from.......
I). (". Anderson ......A 1-5h Interest, I.. V. Dennard and chil
dren. 4-6th Inter, at. nall of the Ne% lying
south and east of the Tallahamee and
Miccomukl road of sec. 3, tp. I N, range
2 E. 100 aeren. Raised from............
.. V. Dennard ......All of the Nev4 lying north and west of
the Tallahassee and Miasosukle road,
sec. 3. tp. 1 N, range 2 E. 60 acres.
Raised from .........................*
8. 4. Jones .........3 67-100 neros of land in the Nw corner
of W of Se't of sec. 12. tp. I N. range
2 E. Ralned from ......................
J. R. Miller ..........6 33-100 acHre of land situated In the Nw
corner of W j, of SBea of sec. 12, tp. I
N, range 2 E. Raised from ... ......
Mrs. Idella EngliHh..Part of lots Nos. 6 and 7, as per plat in
Chancery Order Book No. 3. page 688.
3 86-100 acres. Raised from............
H. C. Billlngsley .... The north 15 acres of the BSw4 of Sw%
the Nw% of the Sw4, and the W% o
Nw% of nec. 4, tp. 1 N, range 3 E. 13I
acroe Raised from ....................
Mrs. E. T. Epley.....That part of the Be% of Sw% and of the
Sw% of Be of see. 33, tp. 2 N, range
1 E, bounded on the west by the Talla-
hasmee and Thomanvllle road on the
north by lands of Bab Edwards est; on
the east by the land of i. H. Johnson:
on the mnuth by the south bolundarv
line of said see. 33. 40 acres. Raised
from ....... ............................
Harrison Fleming .... Re% of see. 7. tp. 2 N, range 3 E, I64)
acres. Raised from ..................
Hirslhberg & Rosen-
berg ............... E o f Nev. expect 2 acres right of wa'v
for (l:t.. Fin. and Ala Railroad. and W N'
of Ne,'4. NwV4 and N% of 8% of *"
6. tip. 1 N. range I W, 478 ncres. Itali','!
fro m ................. ... ...............
J. P Aptiborp .......6C 99-10l) anerea of Iand In thOe S.,,; of P,.-
Mrs J.5. tp. 1 N. ring 1 W, Raised from.. .
Mrs. M. J. MeMahlon
Est. T1.. (' Yalbg,r.
Administrator .....>127 an-re of land in the R of nee. 2.
ip 1 N. range I W. Ralsed from...
E. B Dycr .......... l.ots 139. 146 and 159 In TLong Grove Bdll-
lion In ser. 25. tp. 1 N. range 1 W. "-
pr. plat recorded In deed book B I.,
lng" 592. Rained from...............
C. V. & ; H11. (wy:.nn.Inotn Ni,,. 60 and 71 In Long Orove nhifl-
tion Iln ser. 25, tp. 1 N. range 1 W, w,"
PIer l;>t recorded In deed book I IU.
poIK 59 RaiNed from ...............
Mr" '.C' o 0 I-ang .... 1 27-1 "I' acres of land In the 8e'<, of '
.., ti, 1 N, range 1 W. Raised from..
. & (. IT. wvnn.I 73.1-ir norf of land In the le't of simr
-25. tp 1 N. range I W. Raised frhm.
T1. L,.vette ..........1I anro, landl. see. 25. tp. 1 N, ranK, 1 V
It 1 ,<'1 from ......................
'tirik AlexrTiad, r ... .Iot NowI 1 and 2. as p.r plat recorilei I,)
di .i a-look FP F. ne w p 5'9 In the wi', 1fr
i.-' -"-i. Ip. 1 N. range 1 W. Roi|'edI freii
7, .* 'I ......1..L Nt No 1. ai prr pi t recorded |I i ,'o l
hlo.,k It 1.. 1iIrte ,58. In the 5w. of M.
*';', *' 1 N. a"inaie 1 W. Itsiead from
nl, N, v.'n .I.,t as p.r rlat re ,orde, d i, l
..l I I). pakw. '!7S, Ini tlh'. S of if
1 N. rang, 1 \W'. Itie soil fr i
I,, it N< w:nrin .... .,lI I p r 'li 't r,'e orl" l'de in 'I
I,,.. i T ll. rI g .7 I In tr Sq .', e of I '
". IT 1 N. rainffg 1 I V. %.Itiow* fraom
:;:nl.-I ,lit '- .. ... ., i t ao per i,'t re.ord.,d lA n I l' *l
.,,, I P. peg.o R In th fw': of ,l.
i-. t I N. n itaig 1 V. Iplq-ld from.
S. .1 w .. .. ... ,t N,1 7 1ei ptr iil'dt re'r-ordld In I l. !
t...L I I )> I ) !, .7 '7 In tt S- Pw', .f ..'
*'. tr I N. rfnf#I 1 W 1 I enle'e1 frrim
.'1K Prortor ....l, 41i In the EF4 of Net, of *..
It il','.I front . ................
1,e Ao.> T.Lodfr ......I.ot Ni n5 as per mnua re'-ord,'d ItI ii
'h.',v.!.r"- Or dlr 14olko p rsgo 2:. In tr
Li.. of N. -' of col. 26. tp. I N. rnvi''
I1 N V Iis'l I fro n ..............
,' -"itl| T{ llnp . ..'. ,r, li tnl off tl',. no ith .',- ,f i,, ',.
;t4 i,..r YmaniI r-.eioried n old i 'th ' '
,ta Po',k. ptaw, 1 ;5. In the r'1, of U',.
<,f .. jV., tI. 1 N. range 1 W a Il ,' *I
fro m ............... ............. .
fSirah Frr ilo. ...... oer..,- *n'l. I tn ti Ne1 of the ,**'. ,f
ser 241. fp. 1 N'. range 1 W. Ital' I1
fro m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
-\ Woodward ... natr,' off the R sIde of and extendIlng hI'
full l,,tith of the N 4 of N24t. of *"',
3',. f, I N, ranwe I W. 1 scf,: 5% of
`%'o', of SW'4 rf see<. 81. to. 1 N rn ,'
1 \'. "' sores: alt of the Se'M of Nw',
lIlng N of the Tallahasse and Jacksona
fi .ff r,,,d of se. 36. tp. 1 N. rang, 1
'V" ,.w..v, 2 arrel to A. J. fm PBAt. 24
,,,r,.: lots No 2,. 2*, 31. 3. S3 and 37.
nt, *o r 'u"'h of Trts It. l, nd 40 as liI
north of th* Jarksw) 1lUff and Tella-
iness.-e road In the Se4 of see. 16. tp. 1
N. ren e 1 W 76 aer e. as per man re-
corded In deed book N. wtae .14. er rent
20 acres sold to the Oergla. PlorIda
nnd Alabama Rallroad C( as per ds'd
recorded in deed honk 5 J. amges 2?1
and "27 reorids in the nlee of the clerk
nf the Cirruit ('ourt of Leon Countv.
Florida. and aexept leln sbout 6 se*se
tiht of way to the Georgia. Floridsa
and Alabmia Railwar ( .. a*d excoepf
thaut 10 areS to John J. Nfinm Total
551 acres. Relied from................
Mrs M A. Wallace.
Administratrix of B.
B. Wallace -at....N% of Nel, of Sw of see. IS. tp 1 N.
range 1 W. eeept % asere off the south
aide theT of. 19% aeses: all of the E


: lyn eouthat o te talatinaae
*4. dred of "o. 0. tp. I N.
ralwe IW. decribod to wit: Beginning


RAISED.
FROM


TO
2, '-00

l,.:8l)


a I 1,005)


1,(;'11 to


21.O to) 350


2",0 to



'201 to


120 to 10I

10 to 150


"0 to


300 to 400


130 to


1.0 to 500
320 to 480


1.440 to
500 toe


1.2100 to


400 to


1, iSO


-'(0 to

.0 to

l-(I to


tO to

4 0 to


"00 to 1.00


UUMS


DWuSION,


chains to bo Ulldl a"Fis Bold to
Frank WNNan ; unty lots
Noe. 14, 11 $. is ., I t
aind a per M ddn dwd
ok K. a T N
range I,\'1 ac N ae.
Ralsed frim .......,, ..... ...
lIoblrt H. Mcekler.... P.rt of lot No. 20 nd t* 21, '2
and 2'3. a tw ir peIt ms *0I In deed
book K, pa ge 1K In tb "" 0% 4f sec. 5.
ti. 1 N. Itosoed from ....... ........;.
IIHnrv llaw ........\.4 "r \of of Ne w of see. 14, and 7
.*..s .r i.f south end of W s orf Se
Sw ,. il \VW a of Se sec. e
'; I N. i !Nkit 3 \, 167% acres. Rald
fro tii .. ............. ..... . ..
fo. ,11 Aeln....... . 'f Nw 4 -t Nf pof Swy of k o,
1.. ', 1 N. iAng.I 3 IW. 80 arr3. Rated

II. i v S .. Rt.1... . .rNf Nw', !i. 1Nw'4 of Bw% of see
:iI, tI I N, ra:ng- 3 W, 120 acres. fRaled
r rn .... ....... ........ ........... .
iH. A'. l1 . .. .. .. . f S. S >r of s j<. tp. 1 N. range 3
\V, 40, 1r. li.iimed from ............
''!ouins .J \1 ...W'.~i 'ef lSw' of Ne(% and W,\' of Nw % of
8H,, of ,... .:.. 4 ancres. Ralmed from..
,in .i.i l;:.It ... E' i of iEtf >Af W'4 of See. a. tp. 1 N,
rang' .1 \V. 4t" a'rep. Raiefrom....
.Joh. \ VI .' r- *. N' N" f Nw 4 of 'r -. -G and the N% o
N,. 1 of 10'1. 27. t!>. 1 ,0. rnnge 1 E.
cre s. itaik from ..................
Ith :t i !.i .r.l .. I: of the -E of NW .4 o(f ,'e. 27, ip. 1 S,
range 1 IE:, 4,i nI '.. Ittilaied from ......
M r 1 t T.n-
Kio h,. ... ........ V of MI of N'. uand NdeU o. thMe Sw
te 1. 27. tl.. 1 S, racing ) 1 E. Rais
from ................ ....... .........
Mrz. 1. T1..rtl ... I; orof W N% of Nw%'4sad ll
L1w'-4, 1 1ud the l- tl of Rwo 0of .3. 1.
tit. I1 S. ran IK' I ., 120 asres. RaleW
fro m .......... .......................
T'lhon.- M. Hull ......Sw4 of NItwit ndl Nw' of wc. M2. tp. I
A. ra.qng 1:. 20 .'O 'res. anlstid from ....
i;rov, r-Spil.ai & Co..NwA of Seat4, and Sw%4 of see. 28, tp. 1 8.
range 1 I; all of tec. 29. tp. I 8, range
1 I; EH', and the Be%. of 8w% of see.
00. tp. I S, ranae 1 0, 1,200 acres. Ralied
Wrom ..................................
I;shwnll T)rvelo<>> ,'nt
aitld Lumber Co.. 4 of E% of sOc. 33, tp. 1, B range 1 B.
160i) a'rres. Raised from ................
X "'" Rhodes ........ Sw4 of Be% of sec. 32 tp. 1 8, range 1 B.
40 acres. Raled from .................
iusihwall Development
ima.lLumber co .... E4, and 8% of Nw'. and No% of SW'A
Sf sec. 34. tp. 1 8. range I E. 440 acres.
Raised from ..........................
a'nll hlossee sawmill
T.................. 8 of No*, Nw' of NeP, Ne oJ NwSA
"Sw% ofNw lid 8 6f me. 3. tp. L
s., range g 2. I& a0acres. Raised from ,.
Se% and 8'/, of S4w of see. 28, tp. i ,
rangw 2 E, 240 acres. Railed from .... .
Mrs. L~ivl J. Price...E% or Nw% and W of Be%4 of ee. t,
tp 1 8. range 2 B, 160 acres. Rally4
fromI ....................................
It. & J. Munro......Nwf of NwA of see. 32. tp. I 8. range
2 40 npren. Raised from............
(lle.s Klly ..........Nw% of Se',,. and Net' of 8% of see,
32, tp. 1 8, runge 2 IC. 80 acr4. Raised
from .................................
Tallahasnce sawmill
Co ................. All of sees. 35 and 6. tp. I 8, range 2 E.
1,.i80 acres. Raised from
M. L. McD ......W% of sec. 2. tp. 28, range 1 .20 scrs.
Raised from ..........................
lP4 and SHe', of Ne. of ac. e tp. 3 8.
range 1 I. 200 acres. Rale*d from......
U. W. Rhodes ....... 8w% of nec. 3. tp. 2 8. range 1 160
acres, 14% ad Rw of Ne., and Be
of Nw% of mee. 4, 400 acres. Ralsed
from ............ ....................
Nw% of Ne'1. and Nv% of Nw4 of see.
4. tp. 2 8. r>nge I 1 K. Raised from ......
Ludwig Ashley .......Lot No. I of se. 6. tp. 2 8. range 1 I,
S 1 77 24-100 acres. Raised irom...........
Fordinand C. William-
son ................All of the Sw4, lying south of Forbes
irchhvsie' line of Sec. 5. tp. 2 8o range
I1 M, 3 S nres. Ritied from ..............
(l. W. Rhodes ........E 4 of 8e%' of o.f. r>, tp. 2 14, range 1 I.
M) in ro'P. R id 'd1 from ..................
loa L. C'ogNwe.ll ....N' of Nw'4 orf lie% of M.'. 5. tp i .
riiK, I lE, '.3 ix'r<'r in l{l d from.,.. .
I). L. Croay .........E Jof tSw', of ome 7, tp. 2 1. range. 1 I.
N at nir.,'. Itnl'01 ld frota ..................
Main T. Rhodes ......EV of N0,, .r of iee 7, tp 2 4H, range I KE.
No ft 1n1 rs I it a d from ..................
I'. J. (aiussmnux ... .Nw I.\of u ,', 7., tp. ; 1., rangi- 1 E, t)16
i ,r, (It, I{sed from ....................
;,eo.rge Fuller ....... e%. oif H4w o(f i'r ,, I, i. 2 rnnge 1 E,
ex"|.lt 4 in'm rol14I I uT. 3lf acrist. Uaiud
fro nm ......... ........... ............
J:,ines Reich-ard .... of Iw'. I, aId M,'I of Nw4 u. see'. .
Ito 2 1H,. ra.ie 1 I, 120 acres. Italn'd
fro m ..... .... . ......................
,;. W\ Ithodn .........All lIf that part of the W. % of oee. 1, tp.
H1. ranig I K lying east of the Pt.
Mairks Rillroiad, 20 acres; lot No. 2 In
ne.-. ', t,. 14, ringo I ,. 25 40-100
ne .s t It iie'd from ....................
M,1tlida RIt ... ....All thet itpart of th' Note of snc. I. tp. 2
M. r.ile 1 I., lylilg south of F'orbes iur-
,limh Illi'. *x 'ept 3 nere s to LIivle
It,il. k7 er.Is, N nof KH4I of nee. S. tp.
.. r i' 1 v 1. Hi nIa rq. R'tlied from .
II ; T. wl . ..... .. lih t p.ir: fl the 14 I of the Stl tk of e(', .t,
Ipl. 2 1 rann, I l'., lying entt .url', )i:illr'>il.o i)x.v 'l't I acre to, th,"
.4, ,,i linnvl. 'l ,i'Ir, '. tRtafli d from
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i TRUs MOamCAT.
I Np0I. CILIMS. -ubIhr.
> u aU u vm iPasDAT W aOUMIO.

P, yir of IMae t ce r.
From the JacksaUirle Metwopolls,
we repablbb the following:
JacknsOT1tS, Mla., Amg. 28,1IW.
S editor of the Metrpo e:
6There t appeal Ind tyour I .


, mmr w llthe icid4itof CoeMw's
*:<' mi to of yW1 smtr i flmL
Y At tai the late Colum-
"MDmr,8wrot. a poem upon the
&y t a It think It was pub ished in
the Charlet News wand Courier. The
Goleslmon of my father's poetry was
destroyed the nfire of 1901 but yew
terday, while oinge over a Jesk of my
own, I t across the original manu-
t' ,ptofthe poem, "The Prayer of
MiCooper.' It may at this time be
of Interest to the people of the South,
and at the same time cause some Fen-
ermas hearted Southerners to send help
to the faithful Milo Cooper.
JULIUS DREW.


There was whimiering in th
there was soundlloss tread
As though the whimpdrs and
of soundless Mtep s were m
The couch the loving watch
with tearful hopeful eyes
Was still as one who. regt
breathes a lust breath ant
For death had filled Its mr
_the sleeper heard the call
.That cometh to the oIifty ar
ones and all
It came to him, 1i wliiipf.r,
Ing the door
Only a peaceful whisper of
words, "No more.."
There hurried to the bedasi
traveled far to see
The sick one- faithful visit
fulness can be.
In the old times they called
his heart was as before,
Bound to his master, freed
and called a slave no ,,ior
His hair was white, and tim
ed to trace his brow more
Than when he served lie
woe and came to serve an
A broken tie had made hi
limb to come and go;
The tie of love he kept un
heart had willed it so.
Even the whispering of the
still % hen the dark face
Looked In permitted gladly
dead to have a place.
He entered; soon upon his k
the bed he prayed
A prayer of blessing for the
grandest ever made-
A prayer that gathered in
deeds of good for years
The slave and master did fo
eweled in his tears.
!i mightiest prayer of him
the slave who humbly kne
Beside the master, when the
slavery were not felt.
But. only bonds of loyalty to
of good
A nolle being cherish ed, and
understood.
The black and white were
things well written for thi
Of lives, by golden rule deci
the master dieds
There were whimperingq in
ber, there are whisperin
breast
Of the prayer that Mile Coo
belide the dead at rent
He came, self-monded freemn
ing eyes to PNe;
He found a gi lry on the fauc
ter, too, was free,.
Perhnaj in the "luaarge. room
creek so ng the Sinizor tellm
Were net, when, oring int
struck his harp 5w.et,
The glory on the lini en t
there hidd' by sle,,
May Iw us white it: wtas tli'
quive-ed then and dhed
memberer 9. IHM<
"Thoui hast sti nmy f, .t
room." 'adnlnil xxxi, S.


e chamber,
Sof feet.
d the treaul
neet.
bent o'r,
ting there,
(I diet.:
i.imion, and
id the lowly
dlhath enter-
the simple

de one who
orr Is faith-
him slave';
dman now,
e had seem-


Cireut, [dLAMCo46"7.r

ToL a, btw!r Er, P1 lad AN 1*


I i a lur OIV i ATc M i U.-
qv-uarta orion 1l44 nh Jvto. thrae
**tlai to r roAd o fA M
h nd J oid ow F i eohnty, lra.at his
Inee I he e ie rt hoae on ond, th tkh day
o ptm A. D. Itr, r t 10 o'eoek a. m. r nas
Mon threaftor as I e eard, for authority
to ma the following torw ro ty, situated
In Leon county. to-wit: W-Vt half of m othet
quarter of section 14, townrutp I mouth, ranlfe 2
wet, 80 ares, propw.t. e l inore.
DAs WOSn OATWKCIGHT,
Guardian of the atato, of Charls ver.t Pitz-
John and Elbridicga itJohn. 22-6t
Application for Discharge as Ezecu-
trix.
Notice i. h,.-re,iy ivei that I will, on the4th day
KeplnitfrT. )IW7, present my final accounts as
FXeurijrlx ,,f the, lat will and tenmtaineit of Harris
[). Ilirtlt. '<.'aA.l, up, the countyy J|udg of Leon
(sriity ., il,i,,.a, at TallahaUssme., lorida ..nd ap-
lily frt ad lii,- har'e as such Exeutrix.
0(. H. HARTT,
f,.Kxi ntrix of last will and U-.stament of llarrin
i1 lrtti. Jvceaowil. I fin
Administrator's Notice.
tN (V' ('9 I I IFIPllI4Y;IWIVN T.T Ao.f. 1 i,.)-
it',r.. I ,,vlu-s distribute..si, a ti l t ,i sill |,r-
a,,>|) hi .iti' iitn-i r ilsdenatuilam li t v t n i O .tw t.
oif J:fhri,, 'A llif lai,. di'e w l, At., <.f l.litr,
ountt,. i t' i ,, I, I girw.rit iir i ela.hri i-,r i-,'-
nianil hi, i .,- Pitsriif awl within ir i ir fri) n
thi Ins i.. i .lwrwiH IIanme Will i l ,r,, dv-
barr-na
'I him .l *1it,, of AUKIsI"'. l, I /7.
AMANDA W1I.I.IAMS,
Adlitiiti.ritnlI IK 'tal lit ( hI' ahrumin V .......
'I 4 ilaii, -,.'-. i- il .. A lutist ?, '. 9 'if
For Sale Cheap!
A 'oi' ;rtS in,-half hor.s. |,,,wi ;ia -
olint. I'. i yrn bfor t-all' at a h ar'il iii at
thin oil,'- .-,,'" -t f
For Sale I
A fin' .iJrsiy cow aid ri tlf, jii-,t fr'.4i.
$l'ric $.(5 0). Al|,ply to Mr,< N. ayltir,
Iox 14, 'lTallhtidhsie., Fla. 2lt-f
Wanted.


deep The loan of two hundred dollars, on
heard the Monroe street property. Address Box
nid weep. 220 lallshamsee. 11-2t
m free of Farnshed Room
broke; his For one or two gentlemen, near ho-
tel and boarding house. Bath. Address
room grew Room. care True Democrat. 25-1m
y near the ltleanlg and Presslin.
My cleaning and pressing business IS
needs beside now carried on in the up-stairs part of
the Constantine building, nearly oppo-
dead the site the express office. Also sample
lines of fine tailoring "made-to-measure
a look the garments for men on display
4-tf W. H. FREELAND,
r each, now For am Impaired Appetite.
who spoke, To improve the appetite and strength-
It, en the digestion try a few dosei of
, bonds of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets. Mr. J. If. Seitz, of Detroit,
every trait Mich., says: "They restored my appe-
tite when impaired, relieved n\re of a
i as nobly bloated feeling and caused a pleasant
aHid satisfactory movement of the how-
types of 'eh Price, 2' cents Samples free.
e guide F'r sale by the Talltha'.see Drug Co. *
reed, until HAD AN AWFUL TIHI.

the cham- But Chamberlal's Colic, Cholera and
gs in the Diarrhoea Remedy Cared Him.
)per prayed hit is with pleasure that I give you
r pryethis unsolicited ttimoniail About a
an, the'los- year ago when I had ia svere .rC ase of
measles I got caught out in a hard rain
i his man1- and the measles settled ,n my stomach
,hi r and bowels. I had atn aw'iul time nd
,,f sa- had it not been for the use ,t ('h.nLmberr
I,- '"of M lain' ( Colic, (Cholern 1tt4d )iuarrhoe.,
hit feet Itrinedy I could not have Ipo.silbly lively
ispire,l. he but a few hour linger, lit thank.-4 to
this reml-edy I liam now strna, isa il w!
all 1\ wlt k I have written the Isove t' iroiuhlll siit
ple gratitude. and I hall alwsw l| ki.
f. 1'.' ll ith n ,od word for this r m .ildy S% If.
SG WIN, Con'cord, G(*. lF r .As:I by Tall;,
r Ir,.w hli 4 I, DrugC (o.
-. .. I -


I' T N iholmen's handortme tt.tiiocl of
Hand I'ainted ('hinn. Silver. C'ut (ila s
and various other novelties, are not re-
served specially for fthe ,evoker of wed-
ding gifts, but are offirede to all woukil-
l' purchatler of tleigant andii el i'itry
arti'Ies hfor thel hoe i' 22.
A Remedy For Present Evils.
"I don't mind tellin'. .v'i fellera what
the runitll in ef you'll noti let it i>o any
fu ,irr J,.l roltconsider that It's bill WIew xt
,u n' i t ,,' ti t .' iO l.'d-. ol t, '" itsiltl Mr
Jiliv S nlhl-r's of Shuyl Ihi)le.
"Wtll. thir ris I ritlnelv ftr ial lth,e
devilinn'it voII her tiik ill. anll' forl
all t he' tlra ull.~ t I l.a-ep tlhev lolitivinn -
from twv ,,ii hti i it r I .mit ,'r. i' l ,ejest this:
Let ith hotime."t \';.t r' f th'i country
(eof we've I t n,,t \ I.*ft '4 n' tihe late
epldei. ic) lit i il t. -thelr fill' put11 nonle l ut
honest n<',n in oillh e :n' whn,, I any
honest mnun. I m lnii 0- l l' ,Ilil fNhliioreelt
kind thati can't I' I,'it hi. foita d'l or
persuleal, I.
"But if mniv rin,,-l-, hl |IIieln' sIpitle
as It Isn oWk <1e o I eil, U 4tjr s.,lii'ialet
wouklri't do ntic'h of tlie laimi~ltI
Thaf'd lie lih' le itre-'t riw ,yii ,.VO T
laid eyes on. they'd pIaw the \.th. anM'
foam at'the iTitlli, itn' rilireP i-.t'0i It
Oust that it'l take tae mintth fur tin,' sn
to shine out. They'd .w'ar tihn tieti-
nations wa'nt reg'l.r, an' the'd try to
steal or stuff the hallot-hexe., tin'
they'd vow that all honest men wat. in-
de;pe'ndents- an' thi,. luat'd he itpnihty
ni h thr truth." ,oel 'Chndller ltHarris
Inl nclle Itemus Mniristaine for Secpt .n-
her.


Preacher vs. Editor.
A I|' ,.ilih aii tirni at t t1l',w-I piter manit
it1I I i- I* waV You it-ter i o not tell the
tI rill h It f .\I n ala,, \ ,'. could not live ;
volur ni wsl' i,' r wVit Ia it failure.
Th'lie etic4 r,-,i!nIld : Ywii are right and
thi mitiio(t r hei will ;it ;M timnm and
ullle"r lill rcmi ii' .l i tlre tIi' whole
truth itoul h lit t ,linar l. ,liv e or deal,
will ilot o l'i tp\ li t ul',iiil )it r tIhitm lint,
Sumind :n1i I t' n 1 ill i lt n ces'
sary I" l a.ve t-i nin )1 ;it n i iI \ The \
p t' i l Ia tI, he' I:ilI I :1, ;l si .. I I i ln hamIl
with \h l vwlta h l .ui, : >,.|l l(ii,,'.mi~nl
w o l 1M., Itiili'lil\ itig litl i hf i tII tl itlt i
hig Tus.'i. I'he' ul lt.ll ti4' l 1,'ti, a 4d the I
grave lto' e aitre the lgr'itl unt-ti. ikin
I mli lm v l tlq A n il th*' K t.,lt m miiltvI r
W .11 ZIwiy lo<'kinvl very I iouIthtfiIl.
wh le t Ie' e'lit,,r ttrmte i t it i. work, ai n i
tiolil t thot lrurpiilr( -l 'ii l.t':Icut. atfh the
bride., whI h li foit 1h0 wM: an1- hom1,ly
1is a Itiil fen'e '- x' hligiit
Then l- t losith ,ir, ,-" i s and I' i n'wi liio i
per oiiw'tn le<.me tll.Ore, hlimniest andl con- I
misl. til. nld it 1. i t I Li/,tl. .`iwril than
now tit ) S4I i 'n ,vr. I


#ii..e raw..


The esr~naret ,hereby' aioelin
TI5S LW iii ptirpoee of 'b ld i
:LTIng* r rpom WWI
ofthUWate of Florida. with the f rawwepf.
i.
.7r T Msm of the corporation a aU he teW
wr Tol.bacco Company." Its obiU shaIl
be ented In the State of rlorid Sa t wr
Sta re te MUnited State,i and all fortffa eou.
tries w evr nece-lary. Iti principal shall
be ia Tallahasa., Floraila.
-- i,
The real nature of the' business to be tran
acted by -id, ror atorstlin Ii that of plantig. eul-
tlvalis sand growin.t ,r.-lucini curing, pack-
ing manufacture. -lniriar,. buying and handling
lea tobacco and all ,th-r farm products, eon.
strueting, buildrl i, buyin leasing and other-
wiseac.quirln. ..-*llng. letting and otlherwia die.,
posing of strutiuii, fr shudinK tob cco, and
ruitabi builldirv- ,rnlilini warehouse and
walking houw.-. rf,: ,, ,,'r,,, handling and pre-
paring for marr* -,f ",,Lbii< and all other farm
products, aswllu T ri .ulis', iof any and every
sorl, kind arid 'I, 11, i*', r, ird raw and make. buy
uanl ^sell lluml, ,,il ,,i,,l ',uililifi materials; Ui
railw. buy and -a.II ... f all kinds. horrow.
in and l-trirm n. ,.,' .k Iith ,or wi.hotit security;
isauirl anil -!,' ,' .' I.I- tril iher neirotiablle
instrumrnl ,nt ,. .i l ; arib, or otherwi 'A ac-
quir ing l ,.* t, .' ,' iat,; letting, w lling
Inl ti,-iv,.yir,v ' '.v r.irin and ,el lerating
,awmnills; ili' r v. . n i, r .l irnlaniufi touring
lumnber for 1it. ii,.i r whaits .v.r,. aind
condlui'tin l Ia ,1 in, r .ti ,1i.ll, nla l'i eit.i, ali
Iloinr all oh i r .' I- ar or proper to, the
coni veninrit Ii, l f l cI iaIi ;t n( f the general
>iJiing-oN Iof t|i . i i .
I ll.
The amm'',i ,*' i, .itaiil Mt,'ak '-hall be fifty
thouLl nd jilfit .1 .11), into one hundred
Ahuart e of l\r I d' l 'l'i!lti r -saI'h, ten per cent
of which hall I- .*1 i ib ,ed itl iaidl for before
there company ,tal tir;t. -il l t aiiy bu.ines., Any
of sald capital .'.- i i, I u-iidl in the purchase
,,f real arid in.r i.. iip rt. r in payment of
labor, at a ju.- .f 'atti<-n ,, toe' fixe l by the Board
orf iriietorsi i .i 'i., to lI called for said
ll trp-J.i
The term foir %'. lr'h aiil loilrpoiration *hall oxiitt
hall lI[ ntrt, t)-ii,, .iii,

The offlcerq if aiil c iimpany to transact said
business shall t.- th' 1'remilent, Vice-President.
generall Managrr. Secretary and Treasurer, and a
lloard of D)irerctor, to le compold of not lesa
than three anid nt more than eleven. The office
of Vice-Premidenr(t anid (General Manager may be
held by the same person. and likewise that of SI-
retairy and Treasurer. The Board of Directors
may be changed at any time by By.Lawa. The
Directors shall he elected by stockholders at each
meetiur. All other officers shall be elected an.
nually by Directors. Annual meetings of the Di-
rectors and stockholders shall be held on the first
Tuesday in October in each year; but said data
may be chanced by By-Laws. The ncorporators
shall meet on the twelfth day of September. A. D.
19107, at the office of said company, at 10 o'clock
a. m., for the purpose of adopting By-Law, hold-
In tie first annual meeting for the election of
ojcers and completing Its organization. Until
the offers at the first annual m tinffg shall be
qualified, the business shall be conducted by the
following persons: C. Gilmore. President; C. B.
(wynn. Vk-President and General Manager.
and G. I P. Gwynn. Secretary and Treasurer; a
Board of Directors composed of F. C Gilmore C.
B. Gwynn, G. H. Gwynn, r. M. Phillips and G. I.
Davis.
VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
at any time shall not be more than 560.000 (flfty
thounarl dollars).
vii.
The namews and residence of subscribingr incor-
pioratort. together with capital stock mubscribed
iy each. hall be as follows:
Namie. Residence. Amount of Stock.
F'. C ( i Iliore, Tallahassee


C I. ;wynn. Tallaham-e
G; II. (wynn. Tallahassee


2 8hare $1.(X00 o)
12 Shares i;,o00 (mN


-- Ii12 Share
F" M.lcu~sTalhaa'


K.0() 00


12 Share' .iK( 0)
(. I. itaviM, Tallahas.ee
2 Share 1.0(00 0 )w
SSumbscrlhbin I nrcorporators.
Stalt. f rltvrida, '
Ct'iouity f aeon. I
Hletfir me. the undersirgnevl authority. pjeron.
ally 1i.,,iir-ed P. C. (Gilmir, ('C. B. (;wynrn. (; i
I(;, F. I". M. PhillIp aiandl ;. I. I)avi to me wot
k i,. % ,, hot, hting duly 5wirii. s.'verally say thlt
ihe-v .'w.aidl the forweoirng iiltriftment of writgni
for t '..WiiuiOseO named th rrein.
Ira i',, i4 whert'Mif I hnrctunto s,,t rnv hand andl
"ti. mn i: ihrs sixth dlay of Augii-t. A. 1). I '',.
Ni.i .I I I'A"t.'.'ITr.
Notary I'iilnl.-. ,t'aI .f I Vio'in.i,
... m i. t ,1 t.l' x r,,r A uv t.. I il .1 t


Mattress.


Si.le of 4. l It'. of pure* c(-ttin
' in lovers lil' cutt IitIrh
Tickiir Frenchnh I? o II
S t.',. r Im ,'rin/r S itched i;uar-
'. ',,,d in every way the ,'qualt -of
t. "O"termoor" or anv i.th,'r
"1 io felt mnttres-,. yuii to 1, .
tj,., udge.
'l*der onp to-dav. -nlw on it
ir'v nicht<., a d t hn,) if ',u'ro
l".' :aholutelv !tishfi,-.l v.mIr rm n-
,', will be immedi-itel\- re'fun I .ld
m 1intut question or Iuihhli'.
I)NIV .Y$10.00 FE';Ill PREI'.\PI


Mitnag from the Grave. R!HIODES-FUTC1-COI.LINS
A pr|, inelt n iufac.,tur. Win A.
Sr.twC.li. of I.i.n:;i,. N relates, a FiRNITURE COMPANY
nSt t re.markalei \(t 1ei 'ie, }ie says.;
S:\nftr taking h 't th nn thre-, hoottle .Jacksonville. Florida.
o f E l: c t ric l l l ,tt.4 I f ,I.l like o n ,, ri.s I
mtlr fnrm the twr l\,. My trul)ubtq i i 1 1
lriight's diseaue in the I biehte-* .ta.e ... -- ... -. .
I fully I'elieve 0 1' 4l-trii Itltte"r will cure -- "-
ntl pelr *iianily, fr it has already Wated I
"toipp 'e th eli ir rld llbladder ominplia- White boy about ISx y'.r. ould, who is
tioni which hliav trtnblill me for w lhng to wnrk. for L.aurdry Wagon.
y'nr. (Guarant edl at all drut'gists. A ppiv 'rallahtasse.r' Ste.mtn laundrv Sat-
1'rice 41nly "&'. urc-ia. 23-tf '


,q'T


p"M


4i : i'1O77


I dto makT room fir my FaIl
t my entire stock
at redud prices. . . . .


Resilveing Mirrors

A Specialty.


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


TALLAHASS[[ EE FURNITURE STORE


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


STAR PRESSING CLUB.


CLEANING,


PRESSING,


REPAIRING.

Ladies Suits a Specialty.

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

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



A Public Benelactor.

What the Thomasvllle hliropodist
Is able to correct:
Soft Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Oqors and Perspiring Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

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

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

Dr. Robert E. Williams,


I Telephone


Surgeon ehiropodist Masseur,

232 7T;; North Madison St. THOMASVILLE, GA.


Old Kemner Livery Stables.


.. II. SCL1!MAKER, Propr.

Under New Management.


EVERYTHING ON WHEELS.


68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.


GOOD PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE.


OPEN ALL HOURS..


SA


TELEPHONE NO. 38


SE I-)>! !


50 per cent. of your Shoe Bill by having
A. .i. I TV INE
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Clars';Work. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the

NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR,
(leaning, Dyeing and Pre sing. First-Clas% Workmen do this work. Your
suit madn new for little mi'ney First-C'lasn Tailor Repairs and Maky
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.


No. 342 Cknton St.


Tobphbone NO.


NEXT DOOR TO PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.


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ra nge rena t W .res.


"acres. Raed ....................
SL. HopkinsartaA ...... w% and f oft w % of see. p,
rane. Xns 00 acre Ra ised..

(BAl .trikland .......w% of Nee. 1 f a 8. rain e NU 1o
Sfrom . d ....................
h. Wtoutamir .....w% of ec. 1. tp. 2 8. range I W, 160
acres. Rashed fm .....................
r L. Hopk0 ac .......res Nw of of B of see.
I1, tp. 2 8. range 5 W. 0 acres. Ral1ed
e* from .. ........ ........... ...........
ph J. Ward ...... Nw of *.c. 13, tp. 2 n ran 1 acres. 1
norrc; N 14 acres of Be% of Be% of wee.
14, tp. 2 range 5 W. 10 acres; 8 10



STotal 461 acres. ale sd front ........
Ers. New(ll E.WdIlkCt'rP:rt of T. C. lot No 1. U. P. Italsed from
1. Lively ..........*irt of T. Ct. lot No. 1. 4). 1'. Ralied from
i 1>. WeVcott Lat..
,iOap. Lewis, (txr .*. lot N'. 4. I '. 0 is-fl from ......
H terndon ...........":,it rof T. ('. lot No,,'. 1. (1 p. Ralsed from
0 A. 1dnioldstoi ,.... '. I ,,it 1, I ;w id l O. P. Raised
S- AN, LI t r .... . .... . ... ... ..... ... ......
orkt, Co. ......... ',: ,; r I lt, :.. 0 Italsed fromn....
k I ii D land .......... i 5., :, d iiii ,, (o. P. HJnJa d
Jr Sl :i . .. I. . ... . . . . . ... . . ... . .
P. Bpean ..: n
S ............. .. .,I 71 ii W a i "J. P. '. Raised
,. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ..
Mary A. Du\v .... ,, T. <. lot 74. O. P. tulsed from....
H. O. Wu .1. ,. C'., t of 'l. <'. lot 7R, 0. P. Raised
frm)Yn ............ .......................
Hotel C .....: 4 qf 'T, c.' lot No. 7. 60. P'., and all
SA 1. 1'. (Hotel). Railsd from......
A A. H-an'eo ;< .... -'". lots Non. 114, 115. 1t>, 117 Ianid 118,
1 R I' tal 'd from .....................
0l. Harper ....... . i' lot 124. 0. I'.. except i ft. off the
Si--t vil;.: T. C. lots 13 and 131, 0. P.,
'T. C'. lot ,432, 0. P., except 10 ft. off the
S.'Mt .al'le thicreof. IRalsed from ........
l,. Coachman .....r. c. lots Non. .17, .129, ndl the east 1'o
ft of No "2'9. Ralsfd from ............
i) W. elowiair ... '. lot 14t1, <. '. Rals d from .........
L' It. BU- tiU ...... .... .. l. t 141. P. Raised from ..........
W i Atllen .......... ('. lot 144, O. P. Raised from ..........
M. ila .. .. . 1 airt o ',T. 4'. It 171. (. 1'., inow ol,,u-
ltld by Algero and C(ofll tt. Rlt s'd
. fYrO m ..................................
S\lu ,o iminprovft.inntf on T. i'. lot 171, 0. P.,
i-Ow o'lCllu' lby J. F". 11111. ll.lsed from
Lively ...... P. .; t o i f T. I '. lot '175. ). 1'. hi iwl, from..
eI rr 'i'l llijil.
Cost. Co)....... ',,. w. ):,l ... fro m ........... ...............
W.D Westcott -Est. ..Pii ,of T. C. lot 17s. 0. .. l dscrilled to-
G o. Lwas Etxr. wit: Begin at thin. so~tlwi.st corner of
s-. lit I' X Iandil rim l rrl 4' f t, thelln
%,,lst lt foo 't. tlirh n si, tls 4- frfe t, ind
thi- i "a st 16)0 fot to l,'0i1ining. Ratlsed
from .
,B. M eginniss ..... .... t ,t r j, "t ,lot' 'l ,.' i.' P. i .' s'a from ..
1A. Meginnis ..... 'iP t of T. (" lots ii niiid l ii, i. 1P.
ltn:i .I from ...........................
. S. B. Youinge ... r .'. lot s1 t, ( I. ll fro-.in ..........
M. M Bawll.......... \%-.12 (if \Vii4 of T. C'. h11 _;",: i). I'. llalls~ l
Sro m ............... ....................
&Jlma Child .. ....1:. *12 of WV. of T.* C. lot '. ). 1'. tRiq1'd
M T. Myers .... ...T l,its N' s."=. 1'. 311. 'Ai5 z..l <316,. .
'. P. l :ism.,d from ........................
Z. Fenn.........w ,,of T. C. lot No. 17, N. A. Raised
from ................... I ...............
A C. Spilled, Agent.Ti' west 7io fest of T. CI lot No. 9 N. A.
lt sI d from ..........................
W. Willlams ....... 1'. lot 7? N A. Fl il"d< from ..........
T. 4'. lots 69, 60. 61,. 6-, 63 and 64, N. A.
RIli Is..-Il from ...........................
H. Gwynn......'. T. lot 04, N ,. A.lHi.'ed frnom........
A. Perkins........T. .' lot 104, N. A. ia tlsd from........
F. R. Lamb .....l p;i't of th old .coart house sqi(are in the
SN. A. to the 'lty of Tallahassee, Fla.,
,l.'srillfd to-wIt: legin at the Soe or-
netr of said square, at the Intersection
-i MI('arthy & Monroe streets, then run
west 320 feet, then north 180 feet, then
,.. iL+ .,ast 3%0 feet, tlhence south 190 feet to
..i* ,._S'tIfW l bi.'gi,,lng. ttRains. fronm ................
SL. C. WInthrop..T. '. lot 176. N. A. lRalsed from........
LUI an E. Pearce. l', of Ti. C. lot :'.30 nidl 2:31. N. A. R{alsed
fro m ................................
aristopher Col- l't.l;i o if i f '. 'C. lot No. 0. N. W.\ A.
ItalH sd from ..........................
. KI. Hall ..........'.int ,r 1-3 of 1'T. lot No. -. N. \W. A.
Itils-d fro m ..........................
terreil .......W \" 1-;; of T. 'C. lot No. ".. N. W. A. Raised
fro m .... .. ... ...... . ... .. ........ ..
us atclett ... .j-dlv. lot No. :t of r. '. lot No. 441, N.
S .. d fromfrom .. .. ................ .......
paey Whailey ...... .stiliv-dl. lot No .> of T. q" lot No 4;i, N.
Rd\\'. ,\. ....il.... from .. ................
l. R ~d ......... .1 ,i. L of Nw'4, Nw'.4 of NW'. W% of Ne'1.
s.' of N sl4, nitd 831 of Ni.ti of N,.t1,
, ':i l .... !. IN f+ron ............................
Martin, et a' ..T C* !,it i;, iL st14. Raine.d from........
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l Cb'y Bank. Surplu fund. maised front
Undivided profits. raised from
Ca ital stock, raised from...
add I horse
re io.. ." add merchandli e
& Co.... add I horse
ad Jeff English. add 2 hornets
Etate add 1 mule
.. add 1 mule
... add lOOcown
..... add 20 sheep

Barrow. .. add 2 cowi.
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a............Sawmill plant, raised frunm
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add I mule
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addINDeows.
add.. horI e a
add 20 cows

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add I hore
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CIVIL !NGIN3PS

Ex. County Surveyor.




wo aw No Ma*" ~sto LeanCmam.

fetb of the Tallamw
wha bld inthe

FnalentMr.
pn -& a~& 2 = 0 -.


Joe& Nris ............ .i.s.awy7 w qwq..- w .actas ea.r*
Matthew Nathan. :......... : :.... . . . : ta .
L **'''''*, I---, inute* (p p 00s meetings were
G _L t &e ............. ....... ... ...... ... ......
Jam"-a .a -. ........... .:..-..-.. SS a..........readsd pga
GT Reef ..... ...... ... .... ..... .... o The namS oisrs. F. P. Wood-
John L son. .......... ward and C. .... ...were preentd..........
. ........ ...... ................ l S.oo and they werli duly elected to member-
D. .eg.teu 5".00 ship.
D P V R tristar .. ........... a ki ... ....... ... .. ...... oo hip.
D MStoutamnir ...........S.L.240.00 The article prepared for the Industrial
J DStoutami re .....11 steLk.. :370. Record was readsad a ppfovd (and the
Jefferson Spencer o .. 1 ..... .e. 0 account of $10.00Of Mr. IL S. Elliot for
t(eorge Smith .. .......... 1 o e. NI.o pre parin g nmo togoth er w ith o lt of
Henry Thomas .... a preparing same, together with ost of
J F Vinzant. .... is ow1 ... s ,m copying of $8.25 was ordered paid, and
J E Voss. .. ..... thorse- charged to the IndwstriMi Retord Pub-
W V Williams ... ai lhoo s, ",., fishing Co, as requelted by said Com-
It %% W ailiihAms 6. i hore I<,.s.
.1 Williams.. ..a hoIe .. .. pany. Also 50 cents was ordered paid
... ,a owa ,i0A) to boy for notifying members of time of
Mr. M A Wallace d we i cows--meeting, and Secretary was drireted to
MIrn. Mary A Wooten adt iI os. oAs Il
J J Ward a. sdo3USheep ., pay $1.00 for each member notify at
t P Wo.iaherry.. aide I ewws .. 4o.t; future meetings).
ia'o-ge Washir> tun t n. -. 1 &1orse.... .o i The matter of bonding the city for
v. l Ire iLe lwIf.....---100 shares First Nai itiion l I lanik, lt i'. l 'i i t;. ',i, , 00
..ousharesState Si: li.tani., ru.i f.,n, 1 ..., ",. ,,.no the purpose of securing a water plant
Mrs EliiiWtheth II L. wis 70s.thisfFirst Nat, inal laik. ie frn.II -- , ,3,).i was discussed and endorsed by the
s harm StateSiu, ,i 1:. I ,'. railt'd fr.ln 4 t,, Ij.IX Board,
MiMa Mary I) IA-wi-. 10i ahae State S.a n, lailnk, saill frlIm I . t 60).10
Mism Sarah lAwis . 10 hades State Sa, i ,-- Hlnk,. iai fniti 4, 0r i to A,,, .0) Mr. McIntosh stating, that Palatka
Ge . 10haresa8tateSH,.;i,n -l;n1k, rained frini 4.I t O, a)m) et of $7T,000.00, and that the pipe
William C IC wi... .. .,100 share* First Nati,,r, nl l nk. raiedl friii ;H....1.4. t, 5,1t1" f till
S ..7harsIstateSau Miinv iank,'. raised fronI t< ).4, ,1, 3.7t'ow) used in the construction thereof was of
Mrs Mary I' i Lei ..w shares First Nti' iail h nk. ii-t,.r fiali ii -* .I N 2,50tt cast iron of ample size to provide for
25 hares State Sa,. i- Hunk. r.n'< from 1.t)1 on, to) i. 25.4I the future growth of that city.
Miss Mary S Lewis 50 shars First Natit..ul Ha.nk, iai-Al frn, 2 i9 I t k.r1 h f t 4).iA
Misma Llla L .win. 60 sla First Ntitatl hmiank, ri ..td fnimn 2..i ,1 t1 2. toi., The Board then took up the matter of
% I extending thecity limits and open up
Notic' i. further given to each power of t il, nl-v, ,ieh.-crilhtl ite-nms of iirI, rty iI tit hattheoard ot Park Avenue, which they felt a=hbul bi
County Co( iimmissionermN of Leon Count wll will it, it t1 ..I Illic. the Cl e (l County Court House. in the City of Talliamse' Flridia, on Monda. theu. e'cn dri ito S, m ,-lter. done as soun aS possible, and also dis-
A. D. 1907. at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of i.,arlini comi,laints from the, n% it, n r.., t' t. cus Od the matter of pruning our *hade
foregroing item. of real and personal property, Ithe Iwae of which has bten i'i.e)t ,y iin,. ardt. au-l trees and of keeping the weeds out on
for that purpose the Biard will remain in a.-',.n mu. Ina a rmay Ik! necves a%.
HENRY T. FL:I.k L. our streets.
I'hk ia nrd County Conimistiiioners. leon t,unty.Flna. Upon the request of the board the
TAI.LAHAIIais. FLA., Auguat 15th. 1907. president appointed the Committee on
S- .- Public Improvements, consisting of
Mesars J. Collins, J. D. Cay and J.
S. Lewis, to take up all those matters
relating to the city and to see the City
Council in regard to same at their next
7 meeting.
tusinessA8 /nnotneerenf. M. S. D. Chittenden, chairman of
the Transportation Committee, made a
report on our prospects for securing
Messrs. S. Mhy Walker and Frank J. Black. well- new railroais, and he was requests to
krown to the Tallahassee public, have associated them- take up thte matter of arrangin abt-
selves in business under the firm name of Walker and ter schedule with the S. A. L. official
Black. They'.will open up, their new Fall stock of Dry- between Jacksonville and Tallahase,e
Black. Theywill open up their new Fall tock of Dry-so that passengers would not have to'
goods, Shoes and Men's Clothing on the corner of Mon- lay over in Jacksonville from eight to
roe and Jefferson Streets, opposite the Courthouse. twelve hours both going and coming
from thb North, which they felt waI a
Until recently Mr. Walker was with Levy Bros.. great injury and injustice, not only' to
and Mr. Black with W. R. Wilson, and during their Tllahassee, but all uf Middle and est
years of experience in these places, fitted themselves The editorial in The True Democrat
for success in their new enterprise. They wish to ex- in regard to the needs of our city, of
press their appreciation of the confidence and goodwill tne 12th of July, was heartily indored.
that they have received from the public in the past, and The board thoroughly diussed the
will endeavor to be worthy of a continued trust- which condition hof our county edftaer mand felt
will take the form of a liberal patronage. No reason- carefully and put in better condition.
able effort on their part will be spared to make each Upon the request of the board a new
and every customer a satisfied and permanent customer, committee, to be known as the Roads
i and Highways Committee, was added
and if strict adherence to HONEST DEALING and to standing committees, and the desi
UPRIGHT BUSINESS PRINCIPLES will aid to accom- dent appointed Messrs J P S. ous-
plish this, their success is already assured. ton, chairman; T. B. fyrd, J. W. Col-
Slins, F. C. Moor and J S. Winthrop on
As already stated, th.ir line of merchandise in- said committee, and they were re-
cludes Staple and Fancy Drygoods, and all other articles '"t sito pea before the county
belonging to an up-to-date drygoods store, Shoes and and urge upon them the importance of
Mens Clothing and Furnishings. Their time and at- at once putting our public roads in
tention will be concentrated upon their several depart- leon county in good order.
meets and they will carry a stock second to none in the The president announced that he had
.. appointed Mr. J S. Lewis on the Com-
city; consequently, art anticipating a fair share of pat- ittee on Public Improvements and
ronage from their many friends. nsaMr. Wm. Child& and P. T. Mickler
I on the Committee on New Enterprises.
Respectfully. The meeting then adjournel to meet
on the regular night, the tlird Tuesday
S. MAY NWALKER, in August, the 20th, at S p. m., at Elis'
L ', tall
FRANK J. BLACK. W. M. MCINTOSH, President.
SC. ii. GWYNN, Acting Secretary.
rh Miles ,ash nDead.


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Bttw Work- Lss Cost.


to .15. IJ.1J
to 19.u.oN "I have had twenty-five 'years ex-
o .t;,0S periance in Painting, and consider

W 0 Davis 100 per cent
300.., Pure Paint

2,.(1 the ver be1st. It will cover one-third
W 00 more surface and cover It better, than
"' and other paint, including L,e.ad and
I Oil.


to 7,004.ioO

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50.00

100.400



60.410


To My Friends

and the Public.

About September 10th, I will
be in receipt of Horses and
Mules at my stables on Adams
street.


Dr. Miles Henry Nash died at the
residence of Mr A V. Smith at .:A5
p. m.. August 13th
Dr. Nanh was born in Norfolk, Va,
in 19m3, graduated nt Jefferson Medical
College, in l'hiladel plia. in 1 .r.5, prac-
ticed medicine in Tallabh. ee,, Fla., un-
til 1M'2, when he enter d lie (Conieder-
ate army ai surgeon in -harge of Flew-
ellen i hospital and in field reserve corps
until Le'es surrender, and then return-
ed to Florida in IsA6, reuming practice
until 147:3, when he went to Washing-
ton, (;a and came to New York an
Is74 Hie assisted Dr. J. Marion Lewis
.-. -.. ur ..a. in tit


James Wood, M. r e All Stock ovdr n n rvin, sna wa ,yi meat wa
Bukhannon All Stock sold by me will be lake charge of the woman's lassa in the
cannon. eWitt Diispensary on March 17, 1881.
WHAT MORE CAN ANYOiNE guaranteed as represented. lie was made House Srgeon in 1888,
WANT IN A PAINVT I have no connection with from which he as houssurgeon oeme;-
tfus returned at the close of 1906. r-
Davis' 100 per cent Pare Paint will other dealers. Nash was a Southern gentleman of the
stand tihe test of then most rigid Pure finest type, courteous, genial and loved
Paint Laws. J. 1). ( Al. iand respected by all who knew him.
For sale by The funeral services, under the aus-
THE TALLAHASSEE IIAARIWARE Guardlll's Netice. lices of the Confederate Veterans'
CO)MPANY. N%.TOTiE 1s HE tREBY t VFN TPAT ON TIlE Assowiation, took place at the resi-
COMPANY. NSt f.' ,t,,, A.1 l. il w.i,,k dence of Mr. A. V. Smith on Friday at
Tallahassee, Floril:i 10 appieatomn to the oiun. Joude .44 Ivm .,,ount)r. 11 a. m. The burial took place at the
Florildi. athi (ofierl. in Iaisahiae.e, Fh rielid. ftr Corfederate Veterans' cemetery at
a- authority is, m.li. at private l., the the il-r..t of V
F. Willaon Carr a., a mirtor. in and to all tk.u Mount Hope, Yonkers, N. Y. lridge-
ChildIn in Pain Irertaim lots or aearet. uf land iAtuat., lyi neai field Park [N. J.] Bulletin, Aug 17th.
n ..... . .. _L wii i td -county. known a i d ,wrritw l a* fol- --.-. -. .
never cry aldo children who nre -utTer- slow wit' ,s,. rnair rn 12. ).I u14. it, '1 w PleMtatlen to LeAt".
ing from hunger. Such is the ca-<, of in A I2. i, iumiterd it. ti. 12.' i". 14. i ,
all babies who cr and are treated for amd iin .lo k 7 lt.o numfb.erqd I. 2. 4. 6. I desire to lease my 0o1-acre planta-
sickness. w-hen ty are really suffer.' 19n tI ba'uk I.tlsn lmr, '1. ". '1 an. J tion, located about four miles southeast
m iUr r i. In IlaeofIteo;fand I,,t numh 1. 4,. arind 1
ing from huner. Thi is caused from tS black A all ,f said lands bn it, the am of 'allahassee for a term of years.
their food iotbeing asimilated but de.- Adaittm. of Tanlahas. tiwu'da. as per r- IContains splend4dlands, suitable for all
voured worms. A few doses of I- te 4 a Seneral cropse is well watered; ten-
White's Crea Vermif'ge will cause p,.erifa tid '., ount ,ll i iawi. ant houses, bares, etc.. and ha .ex.cel.
them to and betoeas c and begin to e . r . T. lent lakd for tobacco growing. Address
thrive at one iveIt a tral. Sold ^Mrs C. Chairs. Tallahassee, Fla.,
by Harde-Atmlith Co., sor see J. G. Collms. 21-t


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We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Chests at knock down prices.

Lace Curtains, Portieers, and all kinds of House Furnishings


always'in stock.


D. R. COX FURNITURE COMPANY.


An Opportunity by Which You May Profit.

I am Going to Give a $75.00 Buggy to Some One.


WILL IT BE YOU?


THE PLAN is simple. With each buggy sold, from now until December 20th, 1907,
1 will give a coupon similar to the one below, properly filled in with number and
name of party to whom issued. (The stub will also be filled in and retained by me
as a record )


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Coupon Mo1 ..'..... .7a//ahermsee,71 ............/1907.
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ft., hsca oice of any $74. 01.00.58gyV in my stock, pro'iored
the nunashr.-tuend aanme Aeuucon, w,'ilten in ink, o.rowsapnd
IlithA-al sat .tuAr/tipmn don e Prize. is to Ar dt'tvwn QVee.,
2/,vt 1907.


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


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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 seb
that every customer receives fair and just treatment. Some one holding these
coupons will positively get a first-class $75.00) buggy, FREE.


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


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


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


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Cor. Clinton and Adams St.


TalIahoIssee, Fla.


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