The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00132
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|ual Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.

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f ,at0 The editor of the St. Petersburg In.
o TIw ANDSODB= dpndt lalims that he wasa lied A NOBLE
SS -5 2and at the Browne reception at Key West.
19 be held L and he is therefore very bitter against
YIw Tah tt Cecilia The SelaIM. SfWias Streager Mr. Browne in the latter's race for WVats and Is Satisfied Oly
F.....o i&h- *MY Sa e. .Governor. What.. Et. la0..
to W7 SI Stat. Leaving Mr. Brow.i's candidacy out What N Bar*s.
I Te fine pro. The following b from the Wash- ot the question, and in no wise commit- The Hon. Thomas F. West, of Sa1a1 .
S Mr. M. C.i Cormms- l n th at musical u ing Star: tingouelves thereto, we believe Brer Rosa county,. has won place in
~siomer of the Jamtetom Exposition music love",e ar Ivited to attend. Une the ho o whiskey the South fact that on the occasion of tfie reep-i
,+,,,; P.ls t b iSS ^ EX; tme o t^. the "shcKisgoin dry. boudsa" yl the mpatNew
: as a caller at The Democrat office on Those desirinl further information carr is going dry. tion he didn't put into practice his bound, ays the Tampa News ,
the 2nd Inst. Hf visit to Tallahassee obtain the same by addressing the A mighty moral movement has been famous "push and smi e" reet In! Mr. West's attorney for the Co.
for Florida daand chairman of the commit l on State or- d swea pingover the statessouthofMa- a crowd of several hundr op. Commissioners hicounty He
allaeeday at the Exposition. He o 19 Cordova street, St. Augustier, son and Dixon's line and teaching the cognition; but iMr, i'ow allhto d lreoui ht been troubled with an excessive ll'.
called on Governor Broward and sue- Fla. 1 principle that strong drink is the basis his six foot push and l six in< --a very rare complaint, indeed,' h
seded in having the Governor issue a In last week's True Democrat, of all that is evil. smile into proper play. we doiihlt thit Florida officialdom.
proclamation setting aside Septembei Brother Collins publishes a letter from So prompt has been the response of he could have been ."verlooK t. InI- This overplus of salary weighed umq
some rty in Terre Haute. Ind., that the people of Georgia, Texas, Miis- stead of that. he doubled his commin- the heart and soulf A attorney W
has ilorida da. l He also arranei? in duplicated by one received by the sippi, Alabama and even Kentucky ing stature uip on an obscure corner of tie telt that he was getting moroe
*i*th Mayor Mcln h to set askie e Elevator. Brother Collins uses this have Ike'n swunr into the prohibition the pwrch. drew iUs !ips firmly over his. he was worth. Remember, just -
iber 27th a Tallahassee day. letter under the head, "Your Newspa- rInes. ivori's, and medit:t ed on the in.rrat i : that Mr. West is a lawyer. "And
Says special programs wiu be ar- per Works," and expects to have the (.G-orgia has gone over outright, and tude of the university while the hanIl; the wonder grew."
dfor the proper observance of writer as a citizen of Tallahassee and a after January 1, 190, the law to which played on, and .1 Ilumphrie's hatt Mr. West communicated with his"aeg.
and it is expected that a are subscriber. No doubt the majority of governoror Hoke Smith has just attached waltzei iailv away beyond th ken of its science.
n of Tallahasee ple will the papers in Florida have a copy of his signature will make t a crime to owner. He and his conscience and at
ias the remarkable low rates this same letter, but t copy of the Tlrue sell a drop of liquor anywhere within Now, this scribe, for one f the "new.- i bookkeeping.
Srailroad are within reach of Democrat is liable to persuade him to the c ,nfines of the state. papea skates"present. wal never treat- He charged himself with the 1isla
)Jn'Mr. McK.yis Imaking a tour of the Capital. --Gainesville Elevator. \\ nen the governor put his signature ,d with more cordial courtesy and kind- then he credited himself with w
SSouthern States arranging da s or -- to this law he depriv himself of some ly hospit litv than was extended to him did to earn the salary. He drew a
larger cities of the South. a left She Found Relief.* sixt thousand dollar, for it is sai nd his family by Mr. and Mrs. Browne; ance and he came to the i
f 'Pensacola Tuesday. If you are troubled with liver com- without liquor the big hotel in which he and he heard other newspaper men who conclusion that the salary was
-Nover before in the history of the plaint and have not received help read holds a controlUing share will cease to be 'were presnt express themselves to the bigger than the work.
try has there been held an exposi- this. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond Moody, a paying proportion. same effect. The reception seemed to What did Mr. West ? \
I with so many attractive features Texas. "I was in poor health-with But the Governor never hesitated .us to have been conceived in a desire to Did he say: "Well, ha'e fthe
theU. Jamestown Ter-Centennial, now liver trouble -fbr over a year. Doctors for he, too, ts a prohibitionist, and dio the hospitable thing by the visiting This a a public job. A publlo
I nplete in all of its details and pre- did me no good and I tried Herbine, sharing the great impulse that threat- newspaper men, and we don't believe it largely, a private nap. If the
to the visitor a veritable dream- apd three bottles cured me. I can't ens to abolish the liquor trade in the was the fault o# Mr. and Mrs. Browne Commesloners and
The immense exhibit palaces, a y too much for Herbine, as it is a South. if anyone wae disappointed in the way isfied, why shouldn't I be hat u
and Government buildings, all of wonderful liver medicine. I always The Georgia colonels of fiction and of it was carried out. getting a dollar for 15 ents'
lIlent or semi-permanent con- have It in the house. Publish where you the stage, of real life, in fact, whose Once more, old man, "forget it." service? It's all in politics, and tr
itton, set off with the most luxu- wish. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co. one most characteristic motion was We're coming over to your burg next with the people"
ree and foliage, give to the Ex- Ug-to-date Hab-her.. Bur that which involved a cooking of the spring, and ifyou prove as ood punch Mr. i not say tht '
..an appearance distinct from all Co., Park Ave and Monroe St 25 elbo, and the raising of a bit of glass. as Je Browne did, you won t need to He wrote a commuiation to
redecsor. ar Ave. anwar as far as the face, will exist no look for us in any dark corner of the County Commissioners, at
Sithin an hour's ride by either boat more in the old State. porch.--Lakeland News. was not giving valbe for t t il
tr train are such places as Yorktown, broadening channel from roads to bay On August 6, When Gov. Smith that was being a im out of
SCornwallis surrendered to the and from ey to broad and mighty At- signed the state prohibition bill, there ity, for Gov. Hoch is an ascetic believer lie treasury. asked the
S tinental Army, and Jamestown lantic out between the capes of Charles were several hundred people in his of. in prohibition, even carrying his aver- reduce his salary to a figure
S, the cradlee of America," where and Henry. ice all who could crowd in, while the alon to strong drink so far that when surate with what was required
o'.w remam only the ruins of the first he illumination at night is a scene capitol grounds at Atlanta were packed his daughter was selected to christen The board, 'as soo as
e h in America. Just across the in itself worthy of a journey of a thou- to overflowing with hundreds of others. the Kansas he insisted that, instead of could recover from the
water of Hampunton Roads are located sand miles to witness, and, with all the As soon as the Governor wrote his breaking over the prow of the superb Mr. West's salary to $ $t1o i'v
Old Point Comfort and Fort Monroe, outlines of the buildings aglow, the name the crowd laside and outside the battleship the conventional bottle of Mr. West now doubtless
the strongest and most important ar- athe of the Canoe Trail and Lovers' capitol sang "Praise God from Whom champagne, the boat should be named His accounts with his
tillery station on the Atlantic coast, Lane twinkling with the myriads of all Blessings low." with nothing stronger than water, dance perfectly. He ha
whose grim walls and winding moat little lights, the Warpath a blAse of ... lo.PIAw PEN Accordingly, when the giant ship isfacion of knowing at hIgt
make it one of the most picturesque electricity, the many powerful search- USED .. CIA E. slipped down the ways to take the in- tng a cent he le't en ledto.
spot. in the country. These and many lights playing the heavens with their Gov. Smith used special pen pro- trial plunge, the Governor's daughter Anexamp ea
other places of historic interest give an mysterious messages and fifty miles of videdby a merchant oAtlanta, who is smashed a bottle of water over the Yes, but an unpouar o
propriate setting so the Jamestown shore Hnes dotted with the lights of a a prohibitionist. Thspen i to be pro- steel sides of the warship, as a demon- It is one that will not be
ition, which comp emorates the dozen cities and nestling towns, what scented to Emory College, the Southern station to the nation that Kansas' be- Most public m ofuca lini iT
Ihnmdreth anniversary of the first spectacle more sublime or beautiful Methodisti nstitutionof Georgia. lief in prohibition was lived up to even they canft. If the Wesl s
B uhmanent English speaking settlement could be imagined? The prohibition bill's number was 23. in the smallest details, become tie rule, we would s
in America, the most important. event On the amusement section of the ex. The measure originally was known as In the southwestern part of Virginia, ous offies going begging at th
In the history of modern times. position, called the Warpath, there is senate bill No 1. It was the twenty- the widest part of the old common. election.
Owing to the fact that the James- every conceivable amusement and di- third bill to reach the executive office wealth, many towns have voted liquor Cut out of the public servile the
town Ter-Centenial is the first celebra- version, where the visitor to the expo.- or approval, however, and that number out of business, and it is said that the that isn't earned, apply the Wst
tion ever held in deep water in this sition, after a long day of sighteeing, d'slacd the senate No. 1. next Legislature of North Carolina will tern of bookkeeping with one's
country, there has been going onAl.- can relax and let himself drift with the To drink now it will be necessary to consider a prohibition law. science to it, and politics woulde...
cle of a kind such as America has never to the next on the "Great White Way Maine, Kansas and North Dakota, .. Ken -. ,, Unfortunatel ri'id honesty i
seen before. The entire North Atlan. where the lights ever twinkle and the which have proceeded Georgia in the Kentucky, the lan t stronghold, is ular-- nspelly in dolities.
tic fleet under command of Rear Ad- noise of the rental music is ever in tetotaler ranks. e itulating, and Gov. .ec .. ham is popl'""-s i pt 4
mirai Roble D. Evans, squadron by the air. When Georlia cut off the liquortrade h ping all he can to make it a )rohibi- Cellege sad Scheel ntes.
squadron, will rendezvous in Hampton The exhibits at the Jamestown Ex- it involved a loss to the distillers and tio State.,
Ia Ids from time to time, giving the position are the most selective ever as- brewers of $10,000,000 yearly, and to The Bluegrass Commonwealth, where Prof. A. A. Murphree, pIideot.
S vitors to the exposition ample r. sembled, and the newest and best in the state in lost revenues about $2,- for a century whisky has been credited the Woman's College, has jolned
tunity to see the strongest fleet of bt. the various lines of industry stand open 000 000. with bei the food of ever native, family at St. Teresa for a week's ee "
tlehips in the world. There will be at to the scrutiny of mankind. There are Riss Lillian M. Stevens, president of from baby dto the rave, is solace in. .
all times during the summer at least exhibits from the smallest piece of the Woman's Christian Temperance in trouble, helper in joy, warmth in SMr. J. G. Kellum has added the t,
asix men of war in the roads. watch mechanism to the largest loco- Union, gives a large share of the credit winter and coiein agent in summer, ties of auditor of the State Colle fo e
S The army as well as the navy iswell motives in the world; the strange for the movement to the organization has not yielded without a struggle. but Womon to those of r cretary tli
presented at the Ter-Centennlsl, and thin the curious things and the beau- whose chief she is. the friends of prohibition are making Board of Control. Mr. KelIum Iwl
p'a r d ades by crack regiments of tifufthings of manufacture, commerce, In her opinion it was because public steady gains, which can only have one have char e of the college during at
SU States troops are to be seen on agriculture or what not. There are men the country over, but especially in ultimate result. c absence o the president. a
L 's Parade one of the largest and complete shoe factories, candy fae- the South, are beginning to believe that The first triumph came in Kentucky Messrs. Gitlmore A Davis are reno-
bast equi ped drill plains in the coun. stories. cigarette factories, etc.; won the worst foe of a man's patriotism and when, despite protests of strong liquor eating and thoroughly repairing the
Story. Stati oned at the exposition grounds derful selntific and educational exhib- his duty to the commonwealth is strong nterests, the Legislature was t forced East Dormitory for dto receptionl of
atprentare the entire twenty-third its of divers kinds and thousands of drink; that they have resolved to help by puble opmon to pass what i this years students. The outlook for a
laiment of the United States cavalry rare and beautiful things delightfully along the cause of better government termed 'the unit large attendance is very good. and
D. battery of the third field arti instructive to the beholder. by curtailing the opportunities of the This gives every local community the every effort will be made to insure
S ry Severaregiments of the nation- In keein with the characf the nation In keeping with the character of the saloon. right to decide its liquor law. Immedi- comfortable accommodations to all who
S ,'al guard of various states, besides nu. celebration, many of the exhibits have The terrible race riots of Atlanta a ately on its enactment county after come. *
1 merous military and semi-military or. a historical significance. For instance, few months ago are attributed to the county voted for prohibition The people of Tallahassee are very
i stations, are encamped at the expo. the Historic Relic building has the most trouble-producing tendencies of Geor- The most wonderful metamorphosis much disappointed that all plans for the
from time to time." Each of these elaborate and priceless collection of gia whisky. In the malons have been WIi4 made in Louisville. and though building of a new schoolhouse, to be in
litary organizations bin ts own historic relies and heirlooms ever as- fomented much of th, race-prejudice prohibition is far from being complete, readiness for the children duringg the
band, which together with te xposi- sembled. In the Manufacturers' build- excitement, t s no longer ible to prchase a coming eM)son, have flln through.
tion orchestras and band gives a con- ing there stands as a part of a tondry Thus, though in elect ions the prohibi- drop of strong rink on Sunday in this The inconveniene of h;vin part of
tinual and varied musical program. exhibit the old soup kettle from Belle tionists have been able to cut but little ct of distilleries. t.. te school ir n one' en'l ,f the town and
% The government exhibits, housed in Isle prison, from which thousands of figure, nevertheless they contend that rohibition sentiment is sweeping the remainder in another is very great.

four handsome structures on the water Union soldiers received their sustenance their never-ceasing cair.,,gn is bearing over Kentcky, and t is not out the Neith the irin' l teacher nor
fnt of the exposition comprise one of while prisoners at this island fortress fruit in the enactment ot these new question that eventually it will gain a schtolars can do juiwe to themselvesir
r tie most complete and comprehensive in the James river at Richmond. In laws. clean victorT over the saloons. to ec('h other un*l|r thel circumstances.
displays of the work of the various de. the Transportation building are two TEXAS (.;. i,, ,. In most of these Southern Staten the' The present ,quarters are much too
e. p t of the government ever,. as. historical vehicles, one tihe vehicle in Texas, beloved of the small boy as victory i n the country has l ai n con- re-tra'ted, and tu . a,,c. of an audi-
' enabled. The individual stats have which the Marquis de L.afaayette made the home of the dei..rate outlaw, bad "arat "y. Only in the citi-", has t"rium i" a er"'u- s drawback" Bids
I come forward at this exposition his tour of the State upon the occasion men who could drink their quart of fire-. here e I strong eort to retain the have b(eenl recently advertised for reno-
Swh their heartiest support an co-op. of his visit to this country in 1824. The water without blinking an eye, i. th. i qur traffic. Thus, thou.h nearly a vating the old seminary building, which
ration a tweny.of te have.ere.. other is the landeau which conveyed last place where one would think f ennessee has d.larel itself ag in t hs s riot een uueel in some timeowing to
ted builnla to represent them at the President Lincoln to Ford' s Theater on looking for the influene of the white the traffic the three big cities of mll is dilapidated state.", but no contractor
TrCentennial, while practically every the night of his assassination, April ribboners, yet more th.ru one-half of Iphis. Nasvt ile and Chattanolga srill h ,s as.yct.responded. This is owingsolt
L state is represented In exhibits his- 14, l 6. These carriages are the prop- the 224 counties of th.' Union's biggest pri the m-le of ,qu o;.4. has been explained, to the fact that
t._-_al educational or industrial. .. these erty of the Studebaker Brothers MAn- State are dry, ,nd it i a .robabty of when liquor new ..w lul tin,, ti, hrs the bid were offered ,o lte in the sea-

rest and view' the magni-r The crowning feature of the ex s o fri to get drink. and in cases inspired by drin are committed t is busy on prior contracts.
t laua tirteale harbor, where the tion the magnicent piers erectedby i t to be Impossible. Coyyn laws night. The school examination we rer held
of the world might rest at an- the United State. Government, late as and local regulations have mad. the THE TKXAB tilo** on Tuesday, and the new teachers for
In l the a fimnmedilate front ears they are in completion, now stands Lone Star Staete a fir more Puritanical In Texas the evil ir*tlluee welded Leon county wll be announced in our
r ureat white men-of-war of our own forth as the grandest artistic realisa- commonwealth than New York or Penn- by the saloon politician undoubtedly had next issue.
? oftiaee a foreign nation's and tion of the age. Towering columns sylvans, for example. Kreat deal to do with eliminating -a nlllrt e e-
sltops, sahooners and merchant and magnfcent archways studded with Tennessee and Mississippi, sharag in stro.. drink. The saloon was the gath- Rl L"
of ev y kd. Beyd ae the million of light, sad decorations, It i the wave, have the spectacle of county ering place for the men of a community Was the greatest General the world
i walls of Frt Moe sad tha a creation betiful in the extremea, oan afSr Sntv votin to mame lIkauor all. her they made friend dhip, and gained has ever known. Ballard's Snow Lin.

social retreat of the east, adjuact to the Ter-Centennial Court of IllaL In Alabama it it s leal to their o ke s, and the salwmkeeper, b meat is the greatest Li.imenst. uiack
Comfort. To the left bemHomr more elaborate than that which 1 liquor in the cities as late as 9 system of favors and credits, was ai cure all pais. It'. withi the reac
the noted industrial e lat has grated the eonrts of any previous o'clock and in the country up to 8 tA be a powerful factor iru dteiding how of alL ,. H. Pointer, Hemp.tead,
L.x 9 % ,.J1 T oK,, w rit e "T n hat ,, o ee ,rt .. ..
Iandstillfatheupthe Road epo.itlos. In short, t J estown o'clock, but the saloonkeeper, who keeps elections hold .o. Texas, wr.te.s: This s to certify that
e tiJame i- TeCtaIa has t from the his a later than these. hours in the fight w ich Texas is making .-Allard's Snow Liniment has been se -
I te .with sa lt tideethe chos of the early days, and it is ow rians the peril of beingput out of bushi. foprores it ws recognied thatfirt n my hous.hol for ears a ha bee
be the cit of Newport the beauty spot of America toward ness after paying a heavy fine. of all the saloon grafter must be wipe)! found to ie an excellent L[inmee tem
with hi- --ea tshipyardsin which the tide of humanity is surginl in Kanwss the prohiblion law. once, out. Only by abolishing his business RheunuIati I.'lins I am never without
To tFrightappears the with ever-increasing intensity, treated as a joke, is now a stern real- (Continued on pago 9) it. Sold ly Iardee-Smith Co.

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St'It FIDAY M the affairs ad management 1 for the
RV ...V.....FRIDAY.(L. ternail JIprovement Find ipt tdall
SIs plain that nothing om re tg t hve't 1
Ht Hf (Iatln Matlter match i3 I Ms, at rpenditure of the appropritimlo a mI board not' tam
t o.t ot,,.At '..il.h... Piwiid. aod.,i predicted. If we had Wo ivestigotr at which will
Cj. rr..'.i f March 3. 1s. afttr the Hughes type we might know bts and as tracts.
more, but it in revolting to supposed Theadl ofhbs
a T'r uoe Bilding, Corne Adam and that anything like graft accon paied, that a k for ten
the aidirrnnistration of a trust fund in dollars fitted with
Clr., Itwreet. Tele.hvone Nf. Io. the h,;.4s of men trusted and honored ~one 0clsof work, and a gpot k4
by ourr ple, If profits have come to check sfnd and..... .
ription. too0 Per Year. in Adova.,e. omrne sL ugh ways that are devious dredI do tel with b Govrnment a
ifl.n nuates or, Alicitior.. andl dark, it is by no means probable other class. It takes mo it"bot
.. ..........---.. that the law has been violated or that In the of the Evenintg ... tthe old Ship. I Feet'ed .
"hio lmasocrst is the oici l Na.r.p, the trustee 'have been rivy to the the I State Institutong ce Ca
".., wrng. There were pro1t) sn thp rn made a In thiis maat"'. t . i oeldtold Mil
of Leon C ounty. I land, and we should not riv to ve been I for thi tra good
r-'-" h'Con .b....lu. for this.ena.... ....
-- know that Floridians as well as ,tran- i some wedi. t had hoped this la ago the Comptroller a without itwsento g v6te.
l assoe. Friday, Sepieber 6,1)07. ,,mrs lavc secured something ,out of tionable fetur would not be f t It ;, then Governor .Je- rtion lppint.d a c o rkto four po. ,
thni. Tl',Tere have been susplica.he lr-. there requlrm to this year. In t, .edld the State tax ry follos: Mineri Reo e
.,,; ~c lrif tas att. hiding many of thee no "nugh ha been said, in the u .l 'l. a toitica -' A=t.Wture, State Prions M Com. ,
Strrs; ,n wiuh'ih warranted vti- prints and olswhere aainat thisee low to ke a political showilgM. Mid ,Asavi tdte Boun ri es nde
Sio,, aid i wi, w,-ll to dernardlit, and so much disatiit action love l ttUen of congratulation wore pas- relolujon pawed by the senate, tthe
lwiI i.,.rll ,n,.b ... .... t,, iiw ., ... .. ..' ;; found. I.. .. s ft' a ow many titat the board would blunder againIn cog1ttulating each other a-d tile p.0- chairman of a committee had to be
on i. e'.&- a I'* Ir.,, tl,, ,"ple "an hurdiy thi respect. ertifled to the chairman of the com-
ge.t--" h.....:M t-.,...." ,',.;A .uh one I I has been charged heretofore ethat ple enthis greatsehowing that was being, mittee on legislative expense r.
n . ths checks were made a condition of adh. Comments wr passed by sev- Smith's name was so -certified to Sena-
tinnt- f tl,' r t ;iars I'u .. ... i tIhew- facts the bid for the sole purpose. of shutting eral of the Florida l're., even then, tor Massey. chairman of this commit-
t during' l M"e; n. ; *'cr 1 est.t., '. X ,t I 1i iI ut crtion bidders aid t'.ing thewor stating that increases in taxation would tee on the 3rd day of the session of the
-, I , ., ,' ' to flavored ones. We th on i ., '.. i 'I ,f the board to ihtlisl this certified are being heavily tx,.l anld hurcen-d 'Allen acted as clerk to the four corn- ,.
S' I' 1 11' ' i-P< r('ijuirements, or lower thoamount to meet and pay the bil, of those re- miLtees named above in r. Smith's
John 'd i t r.. ,, I,, re-ri the check, will not tend to do away ductions and ipreent (.xtravigance. It place, the first 13 days of Mr. Smith'sr ,
n< 1 1! 1 for ilth. 1 tIl w n .i h )h0 ups ns which have been I ,,a;ntmnt, it being impossible for
,t I' .; .. I ,,. i I *, ir ,1 ,. ..r :.ri .,l by ftrn.-r action of the cannot fairly he charged that plruhii)- ,: .. Smith to be present himself.
of r It w. 'h ;, li, , i,,,.irof tion is the CUase, iAl the themt eran.-' L',Under resolution passed by the Sen-
hI .,, r , ,. ''. It is ierhapsi rie,'. ,vary to make the people, who are the very bust den.,, ate. each committee clerk, besides at-
y : ,,,. .., ra. r .' id-r depositt ntom,."i;, in the shape crats, for they stdnd for what's lbr.st ten fing? each meeting of his committee
ree.fn ra a fan who n '-'llate-ral with th'.'ir hli. The board 'vas to daily address and have ma-n -,J
., i't whll ii to t, h :J il ** i..,i to have bornet t.surance when a for the people in all things, especially fifty Senate Journals for any member
Mr., 'i r,, ,.i : dI l '1 .4'1,1, hi, l of Iii pici i, a slh'lvi..'-.i i ,, accepted that tle contractor will in sobriety and morality, do not figure of his committee who wishJed them sent
AC re, in, I ;., . II,. ,ll t ,1 Take a .. ; A1 A A ry olt the work in a manner that these thing.- against dollars, and ri~ht- out. Thus a clerk serving four com-
,10( IP ,, ., ,, ), ,.,, ...;i,.j hotel ,. n ,: :i lt l b' satisfactory to the board, but ly will resent any such charge, and The mittees was kept pret-.y bu
,*. i t, u, ill,,li urit, r I t ;tl is I ,, on reading, the advertmement Tile inference to be carried by tl. .
S... i ni. i li,. l i ,, i ,t, sUCCe l bidder is required True Democrat, believes will take no- paragra h in your papr quoted above
falko, Ii 'fro''u l ,ut, adUi, n i r it i. i.. ,I iil thi 'rk v !r ; for onf class of the work, and again. Adniiiii,tratiun nwasures, pas- mittee, to whom was referred only one
S*Trt no narl to -w '. Il till .,,,, ,.: l i u1and dlhldar for the other. sud through political pets mnay have had bill, had antged to have a clerk, who
ri( oit. cariv o 14p-.tni ( t Ii.- 1 i re.-al purpo.se for requiiring a de- wIs a kinsman, apoited, who drew
tey w tiveme t 1" lh;i ,,: th,: ., ,, itiftf I,;l,. -, I with the bid i:i t' guarantee the more to(id wiwith increasing taxation forty-five davy' pay, v.ho had only .
ciul hliw ' I. .ti,,,m they I n:,,w ,M' I i ..'.n I. lut t1,1 iui,'i iia.- e I,, I i thIat the sic-ic.s.sfijl bidder will than prohibition has had, and several .served one day, for it cei.lainly would -
ilall ir whoi i ( li, i.'.I'1, l .,i.,. ht*, necessary Ibo:ol, and not that more machine ini lrs provi ling for not require inore tha one day to con-
Si, ,, ,. i w M "" Il it ... 1; itv E.. 1- hl- v, v. ill do the work satisfactorilyl, and creating some inire machine coming sider one uni ortant bill I hope that *
t IEI',Offl, by l A l, i V ;1li,.di;, .' ii ,.i' ;, ,',,i,.h i;i o('),nopinion the.suni of tdri thousa d you will set oth Mr. S ith and me
ity. '.it., :.l , ,. .... ,, r *i t ;; require l to e deposited with siona were kill' nd d n't b come right in this rnaLter liv explaining this
Si kili .. i i. iry I.v." tir l, for this purp' ,,, is entirely dltt law, too. Th Ipres.snt G(ov6rnor and matter from the ft-ts that I 'ive you
Th ',A" ', t iv r r ,* I iie'.: 'i 1 rt h i-.. i. There ;:r' tlhio'uitlnds of good his officials will linl tlimsi"lve up in this. Your. tr'ilv.
Oik ,, ,. i i,. ,,,.. . , i, ,r,, n this St:it. who co ild make a against it i fi .,l the p,thle to j\V. t". GI.e -AU. o,
'i. . t fatl' I 1: ,1 i t i. '' I : az ori I.;,;. i ftiad r a hundred r ith u;nd dollars bhut liev that , T. hi but ii E Xe E TRA SESSION TALM.
Sth ,W ,' i . i I., ,,'xtl.. ,. , i,,i.l oi not iv a ,.rtitid check for lieve that i rprohiii,(,e rnor i., bu ia EXTRA SESSION TAL s h
hor, t .. ,.' i 1 .i .l ,, ,,- tid (h1 1 ** o- .il i r, usand, an l ,* nln.ll rs of the mnl l way r', ,. lr our incr'a Govcirnor j .,w il i- .,tiilvd as hav- .: Ii
9 gree ioii I I. l i ,,. i, i,, 1. ,,, i ,,,'i ,, ., i h ilii l that l il lte of It tio ifntt i tllo i i ion low this a tax iua rde'nis, at I ',.;, t it-' blam.a e mIng' aid that ht l -i i.t i.1 i -,' yv cot-
as U i;n *'I | i i !.,i. e ,' i. ;'i iiti t ..,, ,, pc'i'tll.' ,.1 II -4 W do. will be pdlacw wll ,' ri,.t of it be- sih-red1 the .::t'a si.--i,' .-1.r-es.tion.-
Sllav' lp(, t' Il I of I lit' i 'I I c nriitioi.s uiibi w;lich ti- bid. s longs. Apnlllcincola Tii.lli>.
,1t O 1 1 wt- ' iiiil'-piil t i the tate printing ar- to civt! A The a'vera tTx-);a$.''r ii l,.s not re- 'e-
Edito Br 7.*, ',. l i, .i ti. r 1,, i I' ,i0 f quite a numl i '" t' Ihe bi n in its belief that "a, I ,jtr.,J an, and not have a special .s'.-lion of ta le isla- isl
Sl'i 'ii ht i, i t . n I ii ..li if ; ni the ti-i: llite printii i busir.' in this Stati-, aril Dr. (;orr'ie of Al,.tu:wi',o. a, was (itt- ture. Palatka Tiniiis-I{e-ralIid.
X ,** 'i I!' I 'w |aapierl.-tw r ti; l r i ll n a ;alt- we. pri-eiiict these "I' tc" ne-ln ;I .,l o- to th. c ndit i, iiicu' .e i l Instead of fn ext.ra i-sion of the
writt i I paII \.i; ,,. i- n ,.|, ,1 f la 1 1 4,1 t,, | ii, whet h v l;h aii to ..up ing to be heard frimi in no urnci rt'lin lj 1 t i I v U legislature the mem-lber- !:td better re-
i's Vi t.h ll. .ilv il t ,-,, f .i i l if '. i.i, oi ,hi th il.uilty t-.rrns. i the process of i,, il t .ani touringg artfncial main at hotmie and hel, '.'-fr.I y expenses
l o t wteek w liei i,' i.p i.! tioli gi'ul l '1 l 1i, I, 1',-*1i"' tevd II' lt ith: e'litor ui l er fo ar I anirine ,t may thinli- ve, i-c, and calls on tI- Savannah prei'ss which have already b,,'< i n incurred.-
has i i i \ ve e- h i $ ):i'tlk l i witail.s a ril .ifi close'i l h liive a Ii'rsonfal intr.st in the niattiter fr the facts; but lfit j )u nal, while e r. stal jRiver News. s.
hlm n'.ni. e tic'a Ilt h Iiillih i- ut Iv s to la<,t-s aipeali it mi,.ht niot it out of pla e to stlv ate tentatively r 'tntioniinil 'th scientific ri As thie se.. io of it,-,7 will go down eO
directly te hint iii liis capacity Ias thel that th11 l'oEvninlr News has no inten-. ic history as the mo,t exta vacant leg-
i The p.y itll of Lth 'Lti.-eltivf e i-t lirt 1 c litor itf n newslipl.r. 'Tio suppo tion of (i iltdingt oin any oithis printing. -warches of Dr. N. A. Plratt, a chemist islature in the history of Florida, per- per-
hoeit. chrl.m,, it-., i(l puliehhhil inl ait a that lh, iti;f or thle oftticial in h-agu' i'etisacola Ncel w. in the nitre aind mining buritau of the haps the Governor will call the extrextra
eek' iw of T Tru with ti I tihiif titok a l dly of to till n 'i'he disrespectful and disgusting fcat-' Confederate government, refrains from session to give the members a chance
edlitor ofI' his theft iks kl absurdity on its0 to rub out the slate and make a new
ehoitld canuse. their l ti tl- of 1ha, t1 fr,.1, n r ll y t it is ,tly thru h lilt urs brought into the rneeting that any assertion of his claims as the dis- e.-Apalachicula Tin is.
mlount thel 'ch'l. iev'ial of tihl So- coiiuilliii)ifiion hiat a ii-wspaper ii-hl awarded thi, contract in August two cover of the process which has made The blunders of the last legislature
Slon1 who piii( ,i-1l 1ii, Itir iianilii, at I. l personall knowin-il" i'f wrong- years ago, when a member threatened the name of Dr. John (Gorrie famous all are tb cost the people :)f Florida a con-
the cxp,,i I-ft te. ;-':T,. Miili,,,,ri en- ig through the trustic.s. 'I he, Inc'ni- and tcamice pretty near putting his flst1 over the civilized world. siderable sum After the last session
I04H's of thl coniiitel weire llOtird ... -Imilhad adjourned, andl tihe announcement
terprise, t, "inCv.tigt.," and Ihey ar officials onto Ililson 's nose while the Governr 'There is no use in the wide world to was made that the tax levy would have
A r-po, trth e .14l,4O tI T )rloeillt fi lsuch work. Mr Hughes, waived hishand as a warning to 1111- fret and worry about those appropria- to be increased, there was a general
rt did not, ik the newilpips to "'iv' son to be respectful and polite, will not tios for the Tampa and IFuniak and now, evenwith an increase txpars,
kTm Ihm l tl,, ,lonvi. i ( ,,ar, whio hu i th, rnisi of those who l had ucominit ted .be a part of the proceedings on this oc- tions for the Tama an Defuak p now, even with an treaset tax
-Dow lain in the' lI) ii-.l county jail for violations of the law" in the inuiran(. cuAion, which wil be refreshing, even fairs being in hand.in time for the pur- levy, the indications are that the extra
early five y-airs, awat\u|I (ii dlath cU4.I .but he found their wrong tril ex- though bidl'eri be frozen out again. pose for which tbh appropriations were session must prcvi-e for raising more
Warrrat, 1.i in wicht rl ihiyvsihal coni- postd thte wrmong-doisor Let 'er go Galligher. made. It is always a baby act to cry funds The legislature has made ap-
n lTtirr mHet(nowrntnfnlnvx l cd--' ,, propriations in exceCss of the revenues
ltion arid lppi.aiMl,. to ,,ilalilly break Th'rlLani bu no wr tie lbe e .iAml ( aCol. Waides wants to tell what he over "spilt milk !' Our law-makerl of the State, and Governor Broward
down. ehais. if t warrant ain 'i d llahasasl,; but itlln re i in wit knows about the management of the gave the money, and very few doubt finds that something must be done to
[ d o w n i P r i im lp s, i f lO .w- w r r a r 1 8 n o ti h i, x l is e d n o ih la rn e c a n r e m anianm w it h -d o e
thheld a while loi,', thei,,e will 1. r, th, Siate press. Timem-Union. 21th., internal improvement trust. The Colo- the politics there was in it. 'Tas done meet the emergency. It is also inti-
Osity for Us l ssIes r el always talks interestingly and he is andnow politics will most necessarily mated that in his call the Governor will
Siliit the blame will rest with this a witness who can depose on "person and now po wi mos necessary include a prohibition amendment to' the
The Apulachicola 'TiiieM nmi '.s Fl,r n ...'ind Irwvestigating ('ornmisrioni,whose al knowledge." We hope members of provide the means for the wherewithal Constitution of the State, though there
S"wet" coutis t i wa and to o into eve t th old boards will be called to testify. to come The onlybting then, sensible i- nothing at all definite on this matter.
wet'amb, eliii '. ieflleis' I ditu. it was and is to go into ewry ittt 'i he showing' of the lprolent board as to to be done, is for each county to go 'hen the legislature meets it is to be- i
imbia, Franklin, lial, Nasiiu. Mar .nl doing of the board particularly io superior wisdom and better business ho;ed that they will giet down to work
Ion, IUlslro, Mir 1,,, ',ti,. in aill maratters that hiul been criticized nmmnageim.-nt should not pass without hand-in-hand to malW the fairs a grand It once, and not wait until the Gover .
It. Jobuh, Clay, l.c,,- i, (liira,,. 1. aaIl ito, which public itttintion hnd hce-n cortftuntl. Timnes-Union. success for the whole State of Florida, nor or any other power has to wnip them t
'it also irefcrs to ta' fiel i ltiat Cllti.ilt., al,.\ I y the newspap. ers. This news- ('el. VWuilh. went before the 'comrnis- and The True Democtat hopes to see into line. There will be 'ork for them te
KAb ,, who propei.,,s tt, i.itti',.( i ..t at pa' tll i n, ,i,'i.l nall thus .s ;-t ;'Ir, IET s. n naen ild l' le id talk some, and to thte le aon there by the very largest majori- to do, and the people of "lrida will
of Connreia in l, i -ilnur in Ih' coneii I i A A\ l 1.1:.'n.4 anill chlargeld usurpn- l- point. llI \ believe he convinced the ty With our stock-rai.in. dairying once.- Fernandi t d .,; o'il
,|lr i:i vy, lhier lie'n i v a' tivi cc l lin tI io r. ii e itiic o( the lnsla., inivestiitttlig commission that bIe was t le general.crops, and the erand tobac- i '' .'
'proei .iit' It li thli ', ,,,h cn: h|,;,,i '.licr >i t, lli It Ihit elate one f )Speck of not wha.t *,ovueivrnor Jenninga a few co display we will be alihle to mniket, and lDr. Tl'horrai N. iv i. l-. It'cti-,t, office e
in .' 1.,ii Ii.,,<.u 'enli;.,i -, ,,.ni wu,|t. ,,, i l, I ,l,.i.'.ie h ,' ,,lene furnished ihlvs i, li ,n, tried to make it appear he wit h the display of exce'.llent ci;ar- 'l hon<,. -i.'.'t e.-tf .
ui'now '. e,. a e mi aitiiel I'.' ,i, .i i ,i ti(, .i titi' lil, !- i pIe, ,lilat tlih double'- w;, V4. .lm o think more peop-' are ( ui our threetactoi's, Le.' ,ran sure- otherss M ,lrel, Foi som of the "
Ie I ,,i i .,r. I leilaln.il;, it1-, lnte'riual 1ln- c0milli1 ; i sensibilei belief ev'.ry da.y I: lite ione of the lari-.t at the fairs, antil Mahuk.nna u Taim',-('us-C. ier ire modest,m
lle li ''lel'en 4 i liit e p r v'w '.,h, il,.,, i' |,,u t u gUiltv ithati ,i \\,ales has been outr a ,,te usly i "~"nay it be du4ne. ,.-hful f.!l, .:,.,,t very" timid about con
..' 1 I.. t '.,. i i; Iial ,,, I ,, ,'- tr.itl.,, ,n Itat he has not l-t-n paid I" it 1 s the plrope .r thiring that tte 'kin- ue t'to'l l li-t t- r..t cont
I ',. I -i K ila w Lt I vi t i., '. at I-' ; aliet i u -, tdrl for colhlcuig t.leout i i, nv rr should pick aidt otniV hl. i'ilii- a .o
hot '' ,' l -'1 .*.. . i "' llii .,, for the Stat .,i tih ul h.g pu t- o fri ends oif hi- ;dh mi ita-t'aa 'g-r a d w h. 'i- the r ant i' htitilr o ind
[ie' r .0 I i.aliatear. 'Thi-ru- arv in .t1 rilt tei elio If I ret Mlt t .. .,' n. ,g what w,,e t vittr t hle [ 'iroad "
n i t e' Iii .'.e ' '. 1 ravinr ColoV .,W drd uch con i i a' .ise .. ,;; ttii , Iu

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in I t'- I -I '' '' f \ith iti Ieat- vIt I h 0 4)(a ge a llantttI ;i vicieg 'ijitt A Severe s.'Icti-f-l' ~,ht-. n r-;' t i
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It)$, 1t- kit W!,u I '. I qj e '~Ih ~ a 'tlnlla~ i aiitiiit uch dov' I;- 111;~-d jo supl r i.eul i iuntal tow'er 'extcriiidig usthwv the' rliet ,tt'C(t.
'whe i h- ji' i'*- te et-Ij l i. t ip atI itu-11-%,.1 Ow the' ,loki u p L o i tathins itat Iii t1 1,41t. *I'hall vair l i q" -is t -.l of Mer. J. W. C. ( 4cl' residencic '
Clu:? 0' IdsullitPI 1 11- %ill 1#l tii'l. ljo-e ,,t 1-cio rdu.'r -iwty croOwpostxototruck'aqd he hothto hich lfStockAlsStldkbyld y me
t~e :u!e~ a sulhIi~u ~t' t.'dl ei oht'iI ii'.eart u-eu rlli-i :uvitA'ftem tAll theoAserall tose I-ttwtfthlwa mtt shtterw"and ie nted asreardenthe
,11.4-1 ten pkc il) iavlt-i iait cafhis-14,'Alt. i--hiarizon,'iamt II'.l-orulidits i,4tcll tknk alfotytpw hao ~ac uItur plnesdsrio tl vrtl ei-guat srprsn
Alb-11 ',nti'thadcay uaid 0#4 (tilliv tou m. thaiitsI ark- cit Las le.yats they shtouldifotay '' boentbo~ utr m" pitrs itsao llc r h eii gI hav nocnetn
jM~~litivS. borhooci~, but the metal covering pro- Ihv o cneto
A -iit'[iil o'aoj tnt trauvi 1, SIt-. Lamiar Lx'.- teeted the roof wandto g-reat harm was,
I lo ht 1Ldies Colored Shiirt W ait done. Eves the inniates felt mo shock. ohr dealers.
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S so&a, k, m o C a,
v Connectleut, Florida, M parland, Ms-
, chusetts, Mchiam, M ippi Mis-
; eouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey,
, Neow York, North Carolina, Ohio, Ore-
ion, Rhode Island'and Wisconsin. In
their States and Territorles various
/, methods are pursued.
In most of them liquor licenses are
is sued by the courts or city councils, or
r both.

In Nevada and New Mexico the
license is issued by the county commis-
owners, who exact a fee ini Nevada
,* nging from $30 to $600, according to
Sepo~pulation of the town. In Texas
S h iqor license is issued by the coun-
t ylerk and the fee is $300.
In Utah the local authorities control
d the license ranges from $400 to
4 '-'In Delaware the courts license the
le of liquor and charge a fee of from
O to $3 0. Louisiana has a State and
oal license from $100 upward. In
husetts, where there is local op-
ti, the fee is not less than $1,000, and
Sthe number of saloons limited to one
for every 1,000 inhabitants except in
'" ton, where the ratio is one saloon
\*or every 500 population.
The license in Pennsylvania is under
r, the complete control of the cour .. In
New Hampshire license to sell liquor is
S sued only on petition of a majority of
the voters of the community, and the
-fees are based upon the population.
If this thing keeps on the next time
- one GoVernor finds a conference pro-
ceeding so slowly that it needs stimula-
tion he 11 be remarking to his brother
"Governor, it's a long time between
drinks. Let's go and get a glass of
The Proof Ia Ivery Instance.
Candidates are not to rise or fall in
the approaching campaign in this State
by merely yelling '"corporation!" or
"anati-corpration!" atthem. The peo-
ple have become wise to that game and
they understand that the man who has
s' pent his life or the larger part of it
among them building up an honorable
character to command the respect and
confidence of his fellow citizens, is not
to have his aspirations to serve them in
S public office ruthlessly damned merely
because his political adversary or organ
denounces him as "the tool of the cor-
porations." They will demand the
proof i every instance and they will
discredt the charge unless that proof is
forthcoming. Nearly all modern enter-
prise is of necessity carried on by cor-
porations and they are so largely inter-
woven with all individual life thatdirec-
l and indirectly a majority of the peo-
ple are vitally associated with them in
carrying on the daily work of the coun-
try. For this reason no clear line of
demarkation can be drawn which can
dlffetentiate them from the masses.
The interests of the two are largely in
common, and there is hardly a com-
munity in America which cannot fur-
nish one or more instances in proof of
this. Undoubtedly many evils have
grown up under the modern system of
combining capital to carry forward
large enterprises, and legislation is con-
stantly addressing itself to the work of
correcting these evils. But not on this
account should the country be divided
into two hostile camps and the people
made the easy prey of demagogues
seeking to ride into place and power by
merely affixing the corporation tag to
adversaries who dispute their claim.
Furnish us the proof in every instance,
for no intelligent voter will be satisfied
with less. The Democrat has no pre-
Sference among the candidates for high
State offices thus far announced. It is
certain that this paper will support any
man lacking in purpose to check the en-
croachments of corporations and put
them under the discipline of just legal
regulation; but we would be equally far
from advocating the claims of any can-
didate who had nothing better to recom-
mend him than a mouthful of stale pla-
titudes against the corporations who do
the business of the country and who
would be willing to do them injustice,
cripple their enterprise and impair their
legitimate resources merely to play to
the prejudices. of a hostile fraction sup-
ped to be in the majority. Such a
.demagogue is unworthy of any sort of
S.. alst and, give i a free hand, he could
nd would do more damage to the real
SInterests os the people and nflict more
>. Injury upon the btate at large than any
Sther type of man that cold beelected I
S--Live Oak Democrat. K i
. .f Fesd at Last.
L '"J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, W. Va.,
ymm: "At tait I have found the per-
IL'^,at-DlIl that never disappoints me; and
'^**"IT t- benefit of others afdicted with
ife I- r and chronic constipation,
aif p.a take Dr King's New Life
I Oaraateed satisfactory. 2Sc

St. Vitu ance
Many pemso who suf-
fered untold agonies from
epilepsy, fits, spasms, and
St. Vitus' Dance are to-
day well. The strength-
ening influence of Dr.
'Miles', Nervine upon the
shattered nerves having
restored them to perfect
"I endured agony that words can-
not txpr..-s from St. vitus,' d:ii<-o.
whl<-'h followed a very ito it poll ,if
rh.iInidoti-m. I doetored with a hlYi-
lit'ltn: uit the mor" I tooe of IIhI in"'1-
IC.,1 tfl Wu'.4e I 'l t. M mi'other' hl -
voti'ti 'u t ul dIne. Atlter- if d hdbrieenmo
I i *iart-1okten mt wel li s ph: "-s
I,. -" ,u.t,-id from consttait cnro,
y rf a nilihbor she provur-
,1 s hi, ttl0if l)r. Mlle.s' Norvlne. From
' ... t h he last a c intlnual
fli, f 'r lie h&ttel w"a notleable,
, i..i il,,.i. I i'..i tske- elrv v n ll>'t:les
I wa well, and In rnolmtt flilt h."
I r):n\V.A 1) D. RIPA1'.
North lItnchl-ster. Indiana.
Our little boy Harry, hnd apamms
for r.e :. ;.r. andl :ithuouhl we doc-
lt- Ai with rnu:iy phyesichlns. he con-
tin'l-I t, )gr,,w x\or.s.e iiutlil he had en
p-;. ai In one w .-k. About that time
o;;r att-,ntl.n was called to Dr. Milea'
v.fiin-. \\V l.-gan irvIni It to him.
ITls Imriro--mn.nt eermed slow. hut
wh*.n I,,- iad finisl.Ml, the fourth bot-
ti.' th,, ,-m f hnd dlsappea red, and
have- i,.t ti. ri ftn now for years. We
v-ll nfwlA.1yi ircornmond Dr. Millts'
Haatlng, Neb.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is aold by your
drt:Bglst, who will guarantee that the
first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind


Florida's Greatest Heoalt Resort and
Place for Recreatletn.
G. F. & A. Railroad spils 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
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. bMineral
and salt water bathing during the sea-
Hotel rates; $9.,00 and $10.00 per
week. $35.00 per month. For further
particulars address,
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,

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

BEST and

Can be built for'less than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.



Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

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

Plumbing a Specialty.

mP rooo

W*M byd o-M-i,

Mc" of 419
o o

m k.T--w|BS>

wow St9
a 00., oiwmo
Jrefns-..uss rwof
soo.oNM tsnlel

For sale y al dfruggtst.

Jeff. D. Ferrellf


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

7A porties of the public
patronage In solicited
and satis factiOn 'uarans


Fancy Goods,

Notions, Etc.

Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.



Fancy Work Material a Specialty

Heavy and Particular Hauling a
Specialty hv

State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, A ITO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and Graders, same
built and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further particu-
lars or address P. 0 lBx 285 Tallahas-
see, Fla.

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

Discharge Notice.
Notifte is hreby ltwIn .tit mouth attart he
dato of tl flret publicaton t,,rer' 1 will present
my final amounts to thr (,,',) Ju4Je of [-,n
C *nty, Fw tia, and ipl f' r myadchar. an
Admiatliator .th. eu.at.- *., Ir. W. P. Rotrt
2 P. ROBF.11SWN. Adnfistrstrix.
a=i..At.r.. Aril 203. V-40. M
Attack of Diarrhea Cured by One
De e of Chamberlan's Chel-
era a Dierrhea Reetdy.
I was so weak from an attack of
diarrhea that I could scarcely attend
to my duties, when I took a dose ot
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar-
rbcIS Remedy. It cured me entirely,
and I had been taking other medicine
for nine days without relief. 1 hearti-
ly r"omend this remedy as bef the
bet to my knowledge for bowel eom-
plaits.- 3 STWART, of the Arm
of 9tewars m Bro., Gremle Ala.
For sale by TMahasiseee Drug C0.


Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper rervat ns call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksooville, Florida.



Surplus to Policy

Holders $1,634,364.00




(If you become totally
the Company pays your
without interest and these
are not deducted from

face of


policy. .

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



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


Seasonable Jewelry.
My.Stock'of Summer Jewelry Is Complete In e*eryLlne

Neck Chains
Belt Buckles

:sit Pins
Cuff Buttons
Scarf Pins

Diamond and Signet Rings

P. T. Nicholson, 'M ,.




Undertaker and Funeral Director

and Embalmer.

Day or Night.

Tallahassee, Fla.

Phone No,. A


(Successor to A. T. Rollins)


DEER A11 Kinds of Fresh Meats.

Satisfaction guaranteed. Gie me your orders.

Prompt delivery.

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

F. C. COLES,--
The Choicest and Freshest Goods at
the lowest living prices.
Prompt Delivery. Telephone 23.

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TRavZ aDOCAlr. I*
Af~aM ,. a...dSS,. Edward HamillHoi Alfo o f W.
SJOM COLUM. ftht'. G. nd AlfCord, was ol S p
L --O I DMIA son county. North Carolisa, on Jan.-
SIPUBLMSHED EVERY V IDAYNOR.NINO. ua. y 5, 1847. though he wept toGoaks-
'boN. C., while yet a ad, Oad re-
Niss Bead Ilsertuls. ceved his education at Trinity College.
I While there he was onflrmed a member
SMss Annie Lloyd Bond wit leave: of the Episcopal Choth.
bome next week to re-enter the Agnes Coming to Florida during the civil
Scott Institute for her second term. war, he enlisted in a company of vol-
The young "set" to which Mino Bond unteers and served until the close of the
to be one that Isrot" war, after which he lived for several
fle sy the mot fu out of tir years at Centreville, in this county.
m fo etey week two or three frol- On the 13th of August 1879, he was
Sthems together for a good married to Miss Mary Walden, of this
te. W neday evening they met by and came here to live in 1s80, es-
vl.tatlte at the hospitable home of talashndc a large mercantile business.
Mr, At L. BNl to spend a last pleas- which he has ainr e carried on with
erve with MWs Bond before her great ability and success.
spet the time delight- Mr. Alford left Tallah-,ee last Bun.
flyr with a little card playing, more day for a day of recreat o,' at Lamark,
gI and still more dancing. apparently in good health, but almost
The hIal and parlors were eautifully immediately after dinner he complained
deported with the yellow golden klw of fueling ill. ife was seated on the
lad red dahlias. Refreahments of de- vranda of the Lanark Inn, and a ken-
eles Iee cretamn and cake were en- tleman sitting near offered to get him
Jed, and the hours sped all to.o swift- a sItinruiant from the office and went in,
Sntil the stroke of midnight cried for ,hat purpose u v hen he return d
enough." The guests invited were:1 Mr. Alford wa. alr.t dly dead. The sad
isse Elizahbth and .Salli, Lewi, Mrnews waP immediately telephoned to
Iret and Margaret lraidford, Mary his mister. lr;. (Grace, who, with the
sad Ruth Reynolds, Mary Gorman, exieptio)n of his little daughter, Bertie,
Arabel Hopkins, Jennic Myers, andi wea the onlY menh..br of his family at
Miss Puleston, or Monticello, anol ,,,,,. iL thretolder daugHters, Mary,
Mears. Bradford Byrd, Georige Ams,',' Minna nl len, were in North Caro-
Cliftn Gwynn, Abram McDlTj all, I,, 1 i ader son, Edwin, in New
Robert Shackle/oird. Keith Walker,. y,,k, ;,ril his younger son, Rutledge,
Ned Che.ley 'anti Laurie Perkin. H.-veral mile out in the country. As
Co.aty Coimissosner Hoeets to Hear r" ,"i. lte sttere fam
rvitirnu.l v.,,.., and the funeral services
Ce*mplaint. ooik (,,',' ftr,,m the residence of the
The County Commim-ion, r n et at deceas-.'l, 'r, Monroe street, at 10i
the court house last Monal.ay, 2ndi inst., o'clock T' .Ila-tv morning.
at ten o'clock, a. in., foi th purpose All i;' o."',f uineas were closed,
of hearing complaints fr'.m ,wnrer4s or and a l.rie isemblage of citizens
agent of real estate i[t( pr.' 'ormdl prop- gathered ;st the house to show their re-
erty In Leon county, vilul"s tof which spect to hisi memory. The rector, D M
have been raised by th,- board of .qui- (.arter, I.ing absent, Rev. Curtis
lHiation. Several complaints we're Grubb,. .f live Oak, was sent for to
brought beforrtheboxmrd and satifac. read the si-evice, and the Eiwcopal
torily adjusted. choir sung hymns selected for the occa-
The next day. ptember 3rd,l bing nion by hiu daughters. These hymns
the time for the regular meet ing of the we e "Asleep in Jesups" Nearer. My
commissioners, they were again in ses- (Go, to Thee," and "I Would Not Live
slon. with the chairman E C. Smith, Alway."
presiding. The members present were: Mr. Alford was a quiet and demon-
the chairman, It G. Johnson. J. W strative man, spending his life in his
Collins, W. D. Stoutamire and W A. home and at his store, doing deeds of
Register. kindness and charity with a modesty
After an examination into accounts, that kept those deeds from the general
warrants for several amounts were ap- public, but which were known to his
proved and drawn few intimate friends. The editor of
On motion Mr. Register, which was this paper knew him well, and has ex
seconded by Mr. Coilins, the salary of perlenced kindneses and appreciation
the Janitor of the courthouse was rails- from him which will ever be treasured
ed a small amount. in his memory, and he joins with other
Mr. B. F. Maxwell was appointed sta- friends in sincere sympathy for the
tistician for Leon county. grief of the bereaved family.
The following applications for state .h ". '
pensions ware presented and approved: Sheirff 1 II l
Mrs. Fannie A. Whitley. Mrs. Lettia Sheriff Charles Hopkins, who was re-
G0. 8. Beard, Mrs Fliza A. Allen, Mrs. ported seriously ill yesterday morning
Martha J. Beard, Mrs. Mary Chambers. at his residence in the country, ia
Mrs. Caroline Rivees, Mrs. Mary Thomrn- thought to be better today.
as, Larkin ohbinaon, George W John. Mr. Hopkinswas in town at his office
son, Thomas W. Owens, E. C. Grimsett, in the court house Wednesday, and
EphJiam C. Ifarbert and Robert W. started for home in the afternoon, but
Owens. became ill and wandered out of the way,
.- -. -... -. being discovered next morning by a
A Winnlng Platfoer. colored man som (ldistan"e off of the
In the last number of his news right way to his home. The horse hadl
Sthey pa- topped and Mr. iHopkins lay in his
ner, the Bradford County Telegraph, Iu gy apparently dead. The negro
Speaker Matthews of the House of tok him home and a doctor was in-
RepresentativPa. makes the following ttantly 'ummoned, and Mr. Hopkins
platform on which he believes the right revived.
sort of a man can make a successful While still tqiite ill f.,ars of a fatal
race for the Governorshil). It's a good termination to his sulh.len illness are
one, as will be ofla rved by all who will now delayed
read It : -d e lye
We believe that a candidate with a AME YOUR IDNKYS WKLLT
clean record for morality., integrity and i
breadth can win the Governorship of Bright's Disease, Diabetes, fiheuma-
Plorida on a platform fashioned out of tims, Gout, t~ravel. Dropsy, Indlama-
the following planks : tion of the Bladder. Had Blood and
1. State Prohibition Nervous Troubles caused by sick Kid-
2 State Uniformity of School ne s.
Books The Tallahassee Drug Store., tiLe well.
3. Cessation of drainage olierationa known druggist of Tallhahsee, knows
in the Evevrlades until th litigation by experience that HINDIPO will cure
iinvol the lands hun bn ettledn all forms of Kidney and Nervous trou-
,ind until t has bwen definitely aseer- bless, and will guarantee it in all cases.
tained hat the land will be worth the Can't you afford to try it at their
aanormous coat of drainage, risk? It costs you nothing if it don't do
4. A continuation of the present the work
liheral treatment of our Confederate Sent by mall to any address, prepaid,
la tn o rfe on receipt of ro) cents. Six boxes. $2.r0.

56. ""' enable and practicable legis-
S'itoion n the Interest of public highway
m movement.
T The establishment of a Bureau of
7. The adoption of an open and
'hove board policy In administering the
affairs of the Internal Improvement
boardd In order that there shall be no
occasiealon for scandal or necessity for
xpensalve Investigations.
8. Juat and equitable regulation of
public service corporations. (Not the
-rrassing interference of the densa-
i-rue wnth the rest business enter-
Tires of the State and attendant die.
,-oraement of further development)
9. Retrenchment and economy in
he administration of the State govern-
n nt.
10. In lieu of the practice of petty
. **',nd vindictive politics to use the wide.
"Mrsd influence that the exalted poee-
Ston arrie with it to promote unity of
.. f elotr among tho people oand tl mutato
:' agrtutural, oommerceal and industrial
growth and development of the State.
Palatka Herakl.
S Mrs. Henry T. Frlkel has gone to
S Atlanta for a few week' visit among
S : rieda.
Order your Suit from Burns & Co.,
who uarantee ft and style. 23
Mr. R.9 B. German and his sop. Fred-
.rile, will leave Tueeday for Jackson-
ill for a visit to Mr. Gorman's sia.
o'r, Mrs. Florence Gibbons, and his
niece, Mrs. Louis S. Peck.
Young me join the ranks of the
i otter dressed boys. It doesn't cost a
S rtune but may result in your mak-
SI i one We show sensible, rviceal.
I ,.*Ie clothing for you mn at $10. 1x to
D.0o0, 2 Le,, vyR 27

UInder a positive guarantee. No. 5
File Moeres aOE Males.
A fine carload just in, at best prices.
Call and see them and cet prices,.
27 Kemper of Stables.
per s et.
Six Room Cottage an Call Avenue,
all in good repair and furnished with
modern conveniences. Apply to
25-4t Miss J. C. MEGINNISS.
Mr. MelcherS. Peterman, of Palatka,
has been with the Capital City pharma-
cy since September 1st., and is fast
making friends among our people by his
courteous and gentlemanly bearing, and
also, perhaps, beeaue of his expressed
appreciation of our townpeople. Lik-
ing generally meets liking haltf-way.
Mr. Edwin S. Blake, who came down
from Washington, D. C., a year ago
to accept a position as stenorapher In
the law of*Mce of Hon. Fred T. Myers,
has accepted an offer from the iU m of
Kay, Doca t and Smith. of Jaeksor.-
ville and will leave for that city next
Wednesday. Mr. Blake is an Intelli-
gent and energetic young man, profi-
clent in his profwmon, and will doubt-
Im be able to fulfill the duties of his
new position with credit. The father
of this young man, Ed. Blake, is an old
Floridian printer, well known to Talla-
haseeans, and The True Democrat
wishes fo hi son ,reat success.



Ex. Coun Surveyor.

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Um never before. Advugui@@WM IS MNssa-

W0asfflngCol 4IUrIP .ee00Oy. Rusmive
md sewwequipment of Rego X Lab~9'etse.
Nw Library and now Chom LetereWmi,. Issu
1w Shool~s graduates sodgro6dwthasbup~ly.
Next session beginsSpL. 2L
Fer Illustrated catalofme ad ihdmetgW sidren



Centrally located near Capitol

and everything the best, .



In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju- Georgia, Florida & Alabama
diclal Circuit of Florida, in and for or a ua -
County of IA-on. In Chancery. Railway Company,
0. C. McCall. Complainant. vs. Mary J. Girar-
deau and William M. (;lrardeau. her husband. In
right of hit wife, Mni an Administrator of the Excursion Rates to
estate of Emily M. Collins. deceased; John 0.
Collins ad LIlU C,liins, his wife; Julia IL. Wood.
ward and rk I'. Wodward. her husband, in BAINBRIDGE, GA.,
right of his oifre; W. Taylor Collins, Louis C.
Dl[ r *nd Bleanch- Demilly, John W. Deoilly
an ,ll, Iy. wi; p. Der. Demily. and Return, September llth.
ManniOe~to Denllly louis Collins and Josephine
CoN odn rlour of Mortire. Final Return Limit.
It havet been made to appear by the afRdavit
ant. tt th id lfnd Loi milly September 15th. from all
and Blanche Lomilly are residentA of the city of
Savannah. county of Chatham. in the State of Stations South of Bain-
Q09Mla. at 816 Barnard street; that said Defend.
tsLouis Collns an. d Josephine ('olline are rei.
dents of Acworth. county of Cobb,. in the State bridge.
of Georgia: that there is no peron in the State of
Florida the s"vice of a subpoena upon whom a
would bind ithor of said d oedntii. .n c. r Rates and full Informa-
Demilly, lIanche Demilly, Ijui Colin and Jo.
Dephine Collin.; that sail D)efndantt. Luis c. tion. apply to nearest agent,
Denilly and Blanche PDemilly.are each vover the
sge of twenty-one vears. and talent aid le-fend. -
anti. IA>UI Collins and Juoephie C'oll0 4're ea ch o Wri te.
under the age of twenty-one years;
It iA. therefore, orderol that said defendants,. A. F. ELLIOT, B. C. PRINCE,
Loims C. Itemilly, Blanche Demilly, IAuin CO'llnn
and Joirephine Collins. be and the,) are heirby re- Commercial Agent, Acting Traffic
quired to sptear to the bill of complain herein Tallahassee, Fia. Manager.
on Morlay. the 7th day of October, A. If. 10107.
and that thi. order be publisht4l rice a week for Baialbridge, Ga.
fourconsiutive weeks in The W,'-.kly True D'em.
ocrat, a 1 n 0 aaer pub i hled in the city of Talls.-
haame. in 4oaid county of Leon.
Witness. Henry T. Feikel., Clerk of saild court. 1
and the ea l thereof, this 6th div of September, F or S Ie.
A D. 197.
2-4t 'l.rk ..f Sai.t Court.

NOTICE ,f Application for Tax l-D'ed, ( ivn in
Accoirdia'e with Sections F741 teid :75 of the
oeneril Statutmof the stiatp of Florida.
NoTlcr: 1.4 HE iEBY GIVrN THAT A. L.
Mirpivi. purchsar of tax rertificate nnm-
her 10 .,'ated July 3rd. 1911.. has filed said
'ertifl.ate tp my ome and made application f,,r
tax ,Iewd t.. isue In acIordanre with law. Said
rertificate emlrace the following 'rdecriild prop-
rrty, siltuat in Ieon sointy. Hsriat f Florida. to.
wit; On' and three.fifthe II : -; I acres of land in
the northwest quarter of the -,uthwemt quarter
,,f ectin .-r ht In township, tw,,--2- north, of
range theor --east, doeeribwd,. to-wit: (.,,*-
morne at the outhweat corner .f NW'. of 8W -..
of said o'rtionn 8, then run s ast four chains, then
forth ten chains to a paint, thich Ia the place of
twbfnninir, then run went four chains, then north
four chain., then mst four chains, then <,,uthi
four chains to place of hbrleninf. containing one
and one-ftlfh aerts mee or lean.
The said land bNms asinesd at the date of the
iMuanre of said artleiato In te name of Cin ly
Powell. Unioso id sarUeinato shall be r-
deemed arcainlnk to law, tax deed will issue there.
on on the 5th dyf Oqtbr. A. D. 1907.
Witeas my o ftea satare and wel thin 6th
ay of Htitember. A. DW !1.a
(antAI -). lEiNRY-T. FELKEL.
(Cork circuit t CoUrt, LMen county. IFori4.

Huases for Sale.
My two houses in the Long's Grove
addition are for sale. One has five
rooms and attic, with separate kitchen
and wood shed; ten foot porch around
three sides: one corner lot, 75x165 feet.
The other has three ooms, a big store.
room and separate kitchen; eight-foot
porch around har sides; on lot adjoin.
ng tho above, and is 80x165 feet. Good
well of water, pecan trees, etc. This
ias been known s the McKinaie place.
It is in the block touching the Goveron-
ir'n Mansion han the Loni property,
rnd overlooks the golf links.
I also owna corner lot, 75xl65 feet,
n the adjoisnlng block. It is for sale.
For further particulars, etc. address
. HI. Cox, 1810 Young St, Cincinnati,
)hlo. 2g-2t
The way. to t rid of a cold, whether
t be a "bad oeld" or' Just a little one.
is U get it ot of your system through
the bowels. NMely aU Couh Cures,t
spocialPy thoe that contain'opiates,
ire constipaltgR. Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup Contains no opiates aid
meta gently on the bowels. Pleasant
o take. old by all drggits. a







Adapted to Tobacco, Dairy,
Truck or Poultry.
Well-wooded, City Water, Telephone.
Convenient to Depots and Schools.
About )2 acres in reclaimed pond, ex-
cellent for Celery.
Comfortable five-room House, newly
painted. Address,
Perry, Fla.

How to Select Paint.
Take the one that contains moE t Pure
Lead, Pure Zinc and Pure Linseed Oil.
Remember always, that anything added
to these ingredients lessens the quality
AT YOUU EXPENSE. Analysis and
guarantee for your information on every
can of

Davis' 100 per cent

Pure Paint

Davis't 100 per cet Pure PaOt wul
ated the teat 1 the most rig Pure
Put Laws
For sale by
Talahsaee. Florida. 10
PhatMOmt t LeAsM .
I desire to lease my SOMacre planta-
tion, located about four miles southeast
of rallauhesse for a term of years.
Contains splenad lands, suitable for all
general crops, and is well watered; ten.
ant house, barns, etc. s ad haeq e
lent land for tobacco rowing. Address
Mrs. B. C. Chaires, aah Mla.
or se J.G. Coluns. -tt

and selUling bds and other n tMMo*
ments; h blas and leasing or othnre aMebl. ,
and holding real estate, letting, seinag d
veying ra estate, owning ad opalM ,
mills, cutting., awear gand manmfatuig mi
for & and any purposes whataoevei. ae
ductinsareneral mercantile business, u lf,.
all other tUsings necessary or proper to t _he
nient and successful conduct of the ge
nes of the corporation. ,
Im *, *
The amount of the capital stoek shall be
thousand dollars, to be divided into five hq*b
*Rares of one hundred dollars each; twetl
per cent. of which shall be subscribed a J_ _
for before the company shall transact anoi
ness; any of said capital stock may be
the purchase of real and personal property,
paCynmint for labor at a just valuation to be
by the Board of Directors at a meatine toabe
for said purpose.
The term for which said corporation shall e i
shall be ninety-nine years. '
The officers of said company to traamet
business shall be the Presldent. Vice-
Geeral Manager, Secretary and Trea i,
Board of Directors, to be composud Of n t
than three and not more than nine. The
Seertary and General Manar m
the same person. The Board of Drt
changed at any time by by-laws. Th
sheallbe eloeted by stockholders at eash Mt *tnn '
All other dhmers hall be elected an
rectors. Annual meatnts of the
Stockholders shall be held on the AMt
October in each ear. but said date
changed by bu-lawa. The inoorporastrs
maet on the fit TMeday in October, A. Ml *:
at the onice of aid company at 10 o'clock I
for the purpo of adopting bylaws. t
first annual meetalin for the election oiSa 'A
and completin it oranisation. Until the
core at the first annual meeting shall be qualld,
the business shall be conducted by the foUoewbtg
persons: H. B. Snell. President; R ILJ.
Viee-Pn sident, and L. C. YNaer, Treamsr; H.
L. Bethel. Secretary and General Manaer, and a
Board of Directors composed of H. P. SnelL IL.J, .
Riles,. L. C. Yaeger and H. L. Bethel.
The"bbest amount of indebtednes or Ifbt r "
at any time shall be not more than $W0,000 ( ty
thousand dollars.)
The names and residence of subscribing inoore.- .
ratore. together with capital stock subscribed by'
each, shall be as follows:
Name. Residence. Amount of Stock.
L. C. Ynaeer. Tallahasse, Fla.. 126 shares., sIs6,M-
H. L. Bethel. Tallahasme, Fla., 126 shares. $ILK
H. B. StRell, Jacksonville. Fla., 125 shares, $12.1
R. J. Riles, Jacksonville. Fla., 125 shares, $12,80
Subscribing Incorporators.
COUNTY or LzoN. \
Before me. the undersigned authority. peron- ,
ally appeared H. L. Bethel and L. C. Yag to
me weH known, who being duly sworn, severally,
say that they signed the foregoing instrument 6
writing for the purposes named therein.
In witness whereof I hereunto mat my hand and
official seal this 13th day of August. A. D. 197.
([AL.) B. C. WHITriL, .
Notary Public State of Flor
My commission expiress Nov. ,.
CoumTY or DuVAL, '
Before me. wthe und iergned authority, parero
ally appeared H. B. Snell and R. J. Riles. to me
well known, who being duly sworn, say that ti ,
signed the foreroing instrument of writing fe r'4
the purposes named therein.
In witness. whereof I hereunto set my hand al -
official saal this 17th day of August. A. D. 19107. '
Notary Public State of Florida at larg e.
26-At y commission expires July l8, t.
NOTICE of Application for Tax Deead. Gives l-,
Accordance with Sections 674 and 76 of th i
General Statutes of the State of Florida.
B. PdrkiMu asilnee of tax certifcto e Ij .j
bar 41. dated July 3d. 1906. has filed m a id
cat* in my office and made aslcOtlea fer t- a ;
deed to issue in aecordane with law. lai-d *gtz
Uncale embraces the following d-slbag ,'
ty. situate In Lonoemuaty. State of i W.a,.
wit: The south half of thesethwetquarter l
section fourteen (14). in township one (I)
of raine two (2) weat. eoams-sin aeO m ea .
or leoss
The a'd land being assessed at the date of ot
Isuanse of said certificate in the name ot C. IL
Covington. Ules said artieate shall be s.m
d ensmd according to law, tax deed will
thereonon the 17th day September. A. D. I ,
Witnessmy offtlial simnat andM eala tM
da f at4uagut. A. D. 11M.5
Clerk Circuit Court. Leon eoanty,. 6 .
NOTICE of ApUeaaUse for Tax DafOn e : i A

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'. 't you want to start b*'Cont? Wouldwat you like to have e of t these
g et avilgs banks two *I to save your Akles and dimes? It is aM
it h a dollarr r' Coins. It il of ai sie convenient to carry in the v p
bae. It is to helpi yfu resist the temptatIon to spend mwy.
M. account wih eve,-ry ,t ivt.
Wefurnish one of these to (% ,ryone who will deposit one dollar and premise to
?ppS ma account .th a witJi. thir y d from receipt of laat. These banks are delivered to ye
locked and can o Ily be opened by a.
You would be surprised tb know how much money you can ive in five years by taking ear
of yew small charge and depositing to a savin. l8rk.
It is not rise to save money by keeping it in the house, because there is danger of klosby
thieves and fire, and besides it is not makFing si) t.ing. But place it withmus and it is earning seme-
thisg. We pay 3 per cent interest on alldepuo.t of One Dollar opd upwards. Interest periods are
days of April and October. .
Below we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a be-
o iof 818 working days in the year, at 8 $r cent interest.
Amn't deposited. Interest earned. Total ai't
10e per day for 5 years------------.................$1.. ............. $11.14---.................------------$167.04
aMe per day for 5 years--................. 81.)............... 22.28.................... 888
2e per day for 5 years ---.... ....... 891.5................. 27.8-----------................... 419.10
80e per day for 5years----...............--- 469.0.---.....-------.....----.... 3.42.................... 0.
50e per day for 5 years.. .....-..... 782.---.-----------......... 6.70--................... 888
O10e per day for 5years........a...,566.0o)-.................111.40- ........ ....... 1,l76.40
The apital stock of the makkH bank is $20,(00.00 with individual deposits iAmonting to
8360,321.19 ,
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts. ,


G. E. LEWIS, Vice-President.



joe n. COLLum a" ",.
Skew to Ter ream .
A. Cohn & Co.'s Tobcco Plantations,
Tobacco Plantations, S. A. Einstein,
General Manage.
Amsterdam, Ga., Aug. 16. 1907.
Mr. M. H. Johnson, tallahassee, Fla. :
Dear Sir-I am sending you today,
by mail, a sample of your tobacco,
grown from our seeds. You can show
ths to your friends and explain to
them the results of intelligent fertiliza-
tion, mnd the use of Boui Meal and Pot-
ash together with fine cultivation. I
fee satisfied that there is nothing
raised in Leon county whieh will com-
pare with the tobacco raised by you in
* 1907 under the supervision of your very
efficient partner, Mr. McDeqnad. With
kind regards and best wished, I beg to
remain, Very truly yours
Manager A. Cohn & Co.
There are a great many people who
have slight attacks of indigestion and
dyspepsia nearly all the thne. Their
food may satisfy the appetite but it
fails to nourish the body amply because
the stomach is not in fit condition to do
the work it is supposed to do. It can't
digest the food you eat. The stomach
should be given help. You ought to
take something that will do the work
your stomach can't do. Kodol For In-
digestion and Dyspepsia, a combination
of natural ingredients and vegetable
acids, digests the food ithtlf and gives
strength and health to the stomach.
Pleasant to take. Sold by all drug-
gists. 0
To CadidIates.
We hope none of our friends will take
offense at our rule that all political an-
nouncements and political notices of
every description must be paid for in
advance. U is no reflection on the in-
tegritp of any one that we have made
this rule, but it i simply to protect our-
selves against responsible persons who
sometimes Jump i nto a campaign for
the sake of a I(.le notoriety and then
drop out, leaving their newspaper and
ob painting bills unpaid. By demand-
0; Path from all, no o can accuseus
ofdisserm iaon. You may be good
for ordinary advertising to an unlimited
extent, t when it comes to political
advertising you wre expected to pay in
advance, fiardlen o your financial
standing. -Key West Citisen. f
La-e BaL
This- an ailment for which Cham-
berlai's Pain Balm has proven pe-
cilly valuable. In almost every m-
stance it affords prompt and permanent
relief. Mr. Lke IaGrange, of Orange,.
Mih., sa of it: "After using a pl-
ter ad other remedies for three weeks
for a bed lame back, I purchased a
bottle of Ch-ambela's Pain Balm, and
two -pplietkas effected a cure." For
sale by Talahsee Drug Co. *
Jeff St!!bsm ssawing wind and
maybengow OWN at Marian-, and
J LaAr is quietly sending his
vacation ia I. N hort whiehCIoper
intoa fan-e1d md 4antdaead Wal-
ter ] go" I is o wod Ia ti e
the Tbkd disri at e but
whib Jeff ad the C geat s
W ae Ke- d Orkus, tbiu will
SM-1 to l 0 -PIa
J. C. ft. the Zeshery Lamber
.4 in a-h tr*ip to Totell.

C. p. SAULS,

P. 0. BOX 210.

.A. M. SA I.S.

General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

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

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A Cap of White KHem f
Neca &ad Java m
iN what goes straight to
every man at breakfast
one know. that only good
good coffee. We take asp
our brands, 4 they havIt
store furious. Just as goou
fet' we seil are teas. wh
holds good throughout our ge
We sell nothing but the be
products those we have 1t
selves, and Ho can stand by 0
J W. Cor.Lumi



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

Address CECIL WILLCOX, Manager,

of New York.
Jacksonville, -




Ha; ware.



Bring your' Job ork to this; office.

Electric Lights and Po*

'he (itv Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to supply an unlimited number of new CIM.
tomers, and as the I)lant elongns to the citi- "
Z4'n1s of Tallahassee and must be suplx)rtte 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
electricc Light Plant. Rates are reasonable,
and the best of service will be given. It' is8
the purpise of the Managers .

To Put On Day Servic

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
Iight Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders

and report to him any
0. BOX 472.



City Electric Light Plar

W. D. Pratorlus,
Funeral Director


(pes Day dPol NotI.


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Veterinaary, Physician
and Supro
Dental Work a Specialty.
smImKrs STAIU.




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";./7eSfte as jonfers. mnhasmaka a spodalty of nO Pxi~t
aewnewliNPUPoP' Chins -and Wi ust received a largi
."niie ofehumo rai hw ylted fbeautifulpleces whic oh &ero
the tvpaographical rtists on o a.asme rcR
t anld urlitum4pe4tiflC '"devil." --
man.i )aile hist' uual delivery~
jPounei; to the office. Thet n ttuin
wake oertothe "chunk" tae n tiuton
yc.d t with we'll reig ned din-
then "'illinjg the dev4.il toldI him
wIasstale Uandi ,our,1~,point jflg to IJUu~aply tyo o
able twlgiisof rildvw iupon wit Ioft
e thkis ie bark tip the favot'ry." StotA Of FNorima
two til-tflhiE'Itttalit) lo. told the
'Alid till Ithermail orit' 'vo you it.Iv~.,Fa
*eA'. I14,1I hirti tie'"'r I(# mendu' Gastl ux la
'ovi-r it-aiti, rl(,.IJII I t,,h w' a~nts' o A Mg -r de i 9',jllr or P l-
Crf.d blfihthhe ivdovil :wtjns' Iho ri. oIT-ringL Iitierat,, S ji'tfit ii.
hiM ,hf~uldohr' ;iru1 trivig, 411 fllto girio#!rilliK. AgrivultmaI 114 '4J','
tory, ret urrn t,g iohthe 4'4,lji4v or V'11 ( Cour144'l.
Wiith thlit' ;aluae 'hirdlk Wroiwfi Strong J'acultv: ;waI",i114 It
r~ilily Hxavfr I OWer t '* 411. Iit r~nprri rafork' iem w ou i r .hI9' I r '4 1 it'' 9 W ,14 i
~with ~ a i t~~ 1rI 14' rtnilt! I'i Il !Iif4,( l$'[4i' ~ ''nt ~l'
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~but he 14eraIIi't Itw hI pia-cs' of Ii414
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a ftt'r, lWhki If v x Ir,;IhVa'rrmi
I'sw'irlrl wido'la'4 jtilt 49i4J im Ik-914
'$all woirmn 4441 14d'4f'y,rA. mill f(or imt
fluericeo ff4 A. ,ml imtuthrif'ty.'
Evem their l'j.sfittt 1 and1111441 4 ,e44
their r (ow, xl rf-nivown14 pi l i r
*@u-qI1v frl a rld 'staot *' I t014-11to
v~f 4igor1419 iral!to4a child41 I f'
1: ith.ealth y, h'appy hV 'ildl, ri-'t a
of Whlijt.'s Irvam VI-t 1''t til ,.'4

b.yG.I'nlie'Srhimo Vhilka 44

ht44r, Nllxt'ism f Ph4I'E'Iillipe..
iof Mr. 311441Ni rx A. E'. ( III-

back to hlir 4'Ii4 141114404 5i
molrs' rv~id- hl'' 44 Heth tiltrmot
ONbe'lta't'4' l1.i-I 11fo \ lh sAt'
iplimto'r. Nltt Ui'.-4iIwer'l*Ipot h
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Philil-J.M' tod I i undfH-ti( %III. ii 1 w 'I fit

P-4441p 4' an flt-i 14sotf''.. 4 114-' Si ~t
very it miah 4mcri 441t4ilp,,tt a 'liat 441
PE5'ipt, 4 1J :144'ia444 t a 1 441 1 '
orf 44t 4 11mwi 41441iit ,i '414 ajt I141
Im lotouih' aitfr. Ifir it I 1,4ior it I
:Ouh t lil.t- '~Ix IV''' t lilt (If 1144,4141
(II hs.r ; iurlpo4- 4 114141 lo,. 144\ I iE#,
of a jhroh~lih~viE' 4I4Ei4,itt 4'm-a it'lit.
Htlaitta, euifSt-mia'. 1Thal1'4:411i- riviii,
as thitigm w.illI 144114it, v'.i-riol (*I
1JIPUI(' I 'ity Still'.
QthIflhy 'Ii tmu-a vwai~~afa rsif'tilt-
porm ,r v4rI'41im-,&,Ii41'44 94'lit-iarva'
of V4)1 a' .14 lip414 1'10-144, 1' r It 41 444414
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pupotlr 4III4 1:t 114944444 94i i '44, 9thalt
caaghat I's 11 1%1- 1--l 4 ) t~ ti'I It- it

SikII I tiadirlihe.

'We woe er$

want, Child BrMs


'or Iligher 0 idda tion.

Floria FernS. College
Tallabnssa, Fla.

Jlitlk -1le ii llt1`16South, aefilIrt'.c4It ita (' 411L
I4'.'4 L(4Iiberal Artm. a -4cliit,oI for
I '1'41l .a Schol of 1fl414It,;,4.I Arts,

'1'4'II plly'$teSI cultmu-a'.
I'.ilily of abile iJ.4tqwl miittSin all

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rririw im'44. New tbu~kitirin ca n urse 'of
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( ) ingto till' sitijat 19)11 i(i' 1 i n iictioii of the
St. Mark- and Wakulla IVI''and within a fe'w
mik'g of flthe(Gulf of Mexif mkes it an ideal
1,(' 4 0, It' JIt' SI)Or'SlIM-0 Nl d :1149 ('~4SUreSVk r

non., SowrSm.De~p

?as" Wsis c.u'o

1I'11.'fit Y (d, ;or441( islleI 1' ,1

IA i hiing and luntin- iirt ; lurnishedl.
Convenient to all Ohw ;IIIlf ,Springs.

I[RANK W. )DUIVAI., Manager.

Typew riterS


Typewriter Ribbons


Write for IPrices :d ''Termso on New

'IHid Second 1-liald MacLhines..


C. Davis

& Co.,



For Over

ST"hirty Years





Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.

Contracdtrs 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,
ILime and Cement tor sale.

IN 1114 '-. I 4.1 4 VA "' I u44 49~'
t III)-, I 4 9 44~ Ii I ,,!4 ,o 4 lk i iii

filltionalI Dutiygralvhi.

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Opposite Leon Hotel.

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Yusawae asgaseof
lard-SnowLiniment Co.
lliA I .i' BIY I IARItI l1-fSINI1'i1I II
Are You CGeimj 1,4115.14ld ?
hof 011 1111 4 4 1p4 44 -t-ra fo~ ur P4 4 sf k id kIlit
il IIIm ,44' I f 't irt, ;itli-cijii~i K fifia our
I,'.4.. \% .I- 0,it Sva 34ou ith flifly.

ou uistlk'mrat your Jub irinS~at.

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All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our work to be first class in every particular. Prices

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

Seaboard Air Line,

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John 13. Stetson University

Affiliated With the University of Chicago
COLLEKGE OF1 IUKAL 3T'S.-The atandardus are those of the Univorsity nf
4 i~..$etmeona raua eciv heir degress from both Motiomn and C'hioago.
ti,.e Chicago and SWtato athnc
COLLEGE Of LAW. -(.raduatmes of this 0allisgoe vAr fitted to prac-tice low in
Vlwidne without oiaminnation.
i % 11. it. P I r1rkal 2 ngmriaihesa indIlual TtrIintow aFurs e lenor to demnres..
I fW t. iewIa ihI.r, rem frath wlsewsTI
COLLM "01 a.- Deaking to all ita braneimw'. Bokkeeping beat
n~ h12s.114-IAluqo 0 ZIMPawritume. EMaLUv.sopn in ether Len-
IPMVa4VIW 9CAVff-Grquasw to enter Harvarid. Yale.
MNRAKAM hUMN2L SK00L.4&-8. um~ts in Now, webudlding. 2I 3ri-
iatry and (b'auvnaR chuol in esperat. bU""V = ThmeSchools eapseelly Pyraere
NUCStMOU6L. A $10.0.0) i pe ISwuana duasenPanes. seeperatc b lildng.
W ii v (amiaty. theaneagh cuoureaeof suy.
3? IC6L -New 14' sdlo. 0(wtIy met. iaa h etc.
14telsan ha a faculty of a4Munt f Mad 711e011113ld daree froms
114.1" tlnsvy at ofChwlemtu Ilarvwed~ Tsha.Toreatm.Wake Pu.
#.!,I. bItaisae. Sowdiala. Utmoht. 3 EM~ Mb~IU Me aaMW
4Iiih#erIIInheralt9P. Thu.mwewere aNvm ea e5 a~l
,pit hrter animm sdonoar .uwuamqe; e anee 1ddun
t ul chapel withemesVtlyfro.ial M IIs 7-
a 11ii1. 44etopPipe ergesin:afl= = atau ih ashet. WSIGWA& AreuJ~
I, wid. nninus. tatusk~tessixeors assb a I awdwwd~~le he~ wm
wat, tnowing sand etbor spota~s. __ b hildiasforwa
(Pvat -w4iesfor (Mwaslt Pra. mtaallefrklw. Mkimeltaina id=
m16,011"a aaad~Iereuam hm;c~wrle meh hat emwa.
nado.. hiwad avesags.. __a a hortaavy tmamw, im
and tachor e=u*e1a deIcomb 'ers.: Cbsitialm n ot asiesea
The hacatissI& banow I and bealtbfal. MWd the empe"VAP am eera.
lit 1atb4~. '.eu&MOM euAnd i at..rMAM~Akti0 Mih. 0-41 Prsw~ldms.



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Wildoats ore far less harmful If the
sewer is careful not to mix old rye wit
"The Tme Democrat ed Y asp...
a visit Monday from D An-

mee and Mr. W. E. CromArtie
A iM Ne 6rkin u r hMa rfrned romO
a pldedbt vto relativeson Ti teSpar.
Speclia~al uof sIltety soiled Whit.
Ba prft.Levy Bros.. 27

S Wild at rt of the wr l harmful f th. A
sa *we is cafeful not to mix odre it
the~m. V
,,' The True Democrat enjoyed a pleas-
'- at visit Monday from Dr. J. A. An-
Sden and Mr. W. E. Cromartie.
Y- Mrs. L.A. Perkins and son, Mr.-L.
A. Perkins Jr. have returned from an
**,,extended visit to relatives in 'Aexas.
; Mr. Edwin S. Blake *peut a few days
', the early art of the week ln St. Au-

S Mrs. W. W. Nicholson, of Havana, in
I citing her son, Mr. P.5. Nicholson,
at the McCord boarding-home.
J. E. Theus wishes to remind his
|* many friends and patrons that he still
e.arr. an up-to-date line in house fur-
Y o(uings. 20
'Mr. S. C. James and family have
givan up housekeeping,'and are pleas-
Staly located at the Mickler house.
Mrs. H. D. Hartt is greatly improv-
Ing her residence yards by saying ce-
Vent walk@ and filling the front yard
The True Democrat regrets to learn
that Mr. J. E. Theus has been called
mddenly to his mother who is very ill
at her home at Pitcock, Ga.
SWalkingSkirts Dress Skirts, Style,
fit and Material guaranteed. Lev3
|u Bros. 27
Judge W. H. Mabry, wit, his wife
sIummer trip and is domiciled at the
fe' Leon.
Z. C. Middlebrook, of Thomasville,
Qa., has been in the city on business
connected with the Natural Bridge Rail-
way. (
The public is invited to investigate
the Worthington Roller Window Screen
at J. W. Cor bett's. 27
Mr. Harry L. Pearce and wife have
S made a recent visit to relatives in Tal-
'. lahassee.
Mr. W. 0. Ames and Miss Annie
S Ames leave tomorrow for a week's out-
aing at St. Teresa.
H. W. B., in National Daily, says:
"That is a cold tort of comfort that a
wife gets out of the fact that her hus-
S band at least behaves himself when he
is asleep."
'.One of the requisites of a pleasure
trip is a handsome Suit Case or Bag
from the stock of Burns d Co. 25
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Britton, who
yave been in Apalachicola for several
moths past, spent a day or two in
Taahassee this week en route t9 their
home in Thomasville, Ga.
Hon. John L. Neely made a recent
Strip to Atlanta ta bring home his wife
*' and children who have been spending
S the-summer in that city.
The public is invited to investigate
the Worthington Roller Window Screen
at J. W. Corbtt's. 27
Dr. R. Goodbread, of Chattahoochee
physician in charge of the State Insan4
sylum, has bee a recent visitor to the
It Leon.
Messrs. Guy I. Metcalf and H.B.
saunders were among recent prominent
guests at the Leon.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
ood for anyone who needs a pill. They
an small, safe sure little pills that
6at gripe or sicken. Sold by all drug.
Ifaayone is left out of our person-
.,.ala who noZ come or go, It'is not be.
2U. rrm Tha True &emca ia1heas it go.
f visit or have visitors, or an
K tla hppen w"t yom that wold
W i~~akii@ a at o a personal your home
leal newspaper won to haye It,
"ad will appredate it if you will call at
the "e or 'POMe same in.
DeWitt's Ca4erlised Witch Hazel
S-9ve is good for boils, buas, cuts,
good Wfor pis. SoU byai drug.-

A very pa9fl a appee a
toR Mrs. e pm w ho
b4t 1hem hnr I brais.
em Iate a t.w
a-01 &1

re closing out our Stock
mmer Dress Goods and

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Smnmer Suits.
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At Greatly Reduced Prices.

10, 12y', and 15c Colored Lawns, at .............5c
$10.00 Summes Coat and Pant Suits, at.......... $7.00
$12.50 and $15,00 Coat and Pant Suits,. ............$9.75
, Don't miss this opportunity of buying Reliable Merchandise
far below its value. - - - - .* -


Miss Lelia Jackson has returned from
a vacation pleasently spent at Lanar.k
Big reductions in Table Linen. Levy
Bros. 27
R. A. McTeare of the G. P. & A. R.
R. was in the city last Wednesday.
Mrs. F. B. Bid4ulph spent a few days
last week with herhusibnd InApalachi-
Anything in the line of Shirts that
trade demands can be furnished by
Burns & Co., Men's urnihers. 25
Mrs. S. K. Casseaux of Wakulla,
and Mrs. James Smith of Craw fordville
are spending a few days in the city, the
guests of Mrs. Jeff Ferrell.
Before purchasing your horse, call
and see my stock a nice lot just having
come in. P. S. HOUSTOUN.
Rutabaga Seed I Call at Yaeger-
Bethel Co.'s for your Rutabaga Seed.
Mrs. B. C. Whitftleld and children,
and Mrs. J. W. Collins and daughter
are among those recently returned
from Lanark.
Go to Burns &t Co's. for Bathing
Suits, Negligee Shirts, Summer Under-
ware, Knee Drawers, Leather Sock
Garters, Cravats and Ties, Handker-
chiefs and Lightweight Hosiery. 23
Mrs. T. E. Andrews and Master Ed-
win have returned fromna months out.-
ing spent with relatives in Apalachi-
This is the weather for Rain Coats,
Umbrellas and Overshoes. Go to Burns
A Co. 's for them. They carry a large
stock# and Drices-right. 25.
Mr. Clinton Dawkins left yesterday
for the school of technology in Atlanta.
He was accompanied by his mother,
Mrs. Crosby Dawkins, and his aunt
Miss Elisabeth Totem, who will spend
a few weeks in the city before return-
ing home.
Mrs. Reenotte Hunt has openuda
class in Art at her residence. Clasw in-
struction will include drawing, water-
color and 0) painting, and a course in
pactal applied esign. Mrs Hunt
een a stdnt of the best schools
in New York Cit. T27-2t .
The sale of Leon's pioneer tobacco
farm only means its fuller development
and the annexation of a greater are.
age, as we areglad to note. If it were
a d~stJ~ or dairy the talk of iuEag.
be suspicious, but water
preeriy controlled never hurts tobacco,
a that may be why the name of Lake
Jackaom has been retained for the
Mrs. Resette Hunt has opened a
elassa i Art at bher evidence. Class In-
struetion wai llebude drawing, water-*
color and oil a cad a course in
practical a i Mrs. Hunt
has ben a odet aof the best shobet
a New York City. XT-tt
Oe of the swnttoe rules governag
polite society Is the ome which gives e
rim of way'" to whom it o .
Seatance, wheam an audience asses.
b a witness a eremony, a part of
2b1 Is the remsl o march e f t
W" 0o pae when
anree h s be- performed, it Is a
matter of slamresyty tha thtse
qw5mpl, b tM be permitted to
withteat crowded or later
te ba rtt ir=e spe&sators to

Y"Mlf avowing A
b~rmirror. I
St~ r at Imr mst ij

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Is hereby given that I have this day
withdrawn from the partnership here-
tofore existing between J. G. Pearce
and C. G. Myer a under the firm name
of M ers an Pearom and the firm is
hereby dissolved. This 5th day of Sep-
tember 1907. J. GORDAN PEARCE
W. 0. W. Social.
Leon Camp No. 2, of the Woodmen
of the World will give a social in their
hall in Tallahassee, Thursday night
September 12th, 197. All members
are requested to be present. Also vis-
iting oodmen are cordially invited.
Come Sovereigns and bring some broth-
r Sovereigns, for we are doin to pre-
pare for a large crowd, an wl be ex-
pecting you. So let each atd every
member gather in the forest snd have
a good handshaking, and get aquainted
with eachother, and have ajubilee time.
Be there brothers, don't disappoint
us, for we don't want to have to throw
away any of that good cake and cream.
Come eat and be happy; come drink and
be merry; for tomorrow you may die.
Resellteas e1 Respect.
At a regular meeting of Cicero Lodge
No. 1. Knights of Pythian held in Cas-
tle Hall on August 29th, a committee
was appointed to draft suitable resolta-
tions of respect on the death of Mr. W.
R. Wilon.
Whereas. God in His iriflnite wisdom,
has seen fit to call to his reward the
father of our brother P. W. Wilson,
Where, we bow in humble submis-
sion to the will of the Supreme Ruler
of the universe, yet we are not unmind-
ful of the reat loss sustained by the
death of this honorable man and the
vacancy that has been left in the lives
of our brother ane his family that can
never be filled. A loving and affection-
ate father, and an horable man, h left
behind hMi an examble well worth emu-
latin; therefore
Be It resolved by Cicuro Lodge No. 1,
lights of Pythias that we extend to'
our brotherP. W. Wilson and his fami-
ly orheartfelt sympathy in the death
of their father that a copy of these
resolutiems be furnished brother Wil-
lon, a spy read upon the minutes of
the Lodgae adacopy furnished the Ik-
eal paper for publication.
B. E. McLm,
Sawed NeorSea's ULtb.

The happiest mother in the little
town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. I. Ruppee.
She writesT "One year ago my'son
wis down with such serious lung
tt out physician was unable
to ht- ; when by our druggist's
ng him Dr. 's
Noer W and I soon nog*ed -
l to; a few wees, when
ho rl-tle* well. He has worked
stdily at carpenter work. Dr.
0 rDIwovry saved b life.'
Gpa-tesdboa cough and coNl cure by
alldrn0tc. and $1.00, Trial
beetle fS.
Mr. C. A. Cay'excellent horse.. See
J. P. 24-tf.
W ~ S Lie a Char.

I r. D. -Walker, editor of that
d i-y o l the Enterprise, Louisa,
Va g as ran a na in my foot last
Fr week at once plied Boeklen's
SA Salvte. No ammataon fol-
Sta ase e hbealed the
W ." Iotess ery sore, and
w e GaspWteed at d

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allahassee, f .i

Mr. Robert Shacklebrd Gives a Fare.
well Party.
Mr. Robert Shackleford, younger son
of Judge T. H. Shackleford, leaves on
Monday next for Marion Institute, Ma-
rion, Ala. He bade as re voir to his
young friends last Tuesday evening in
a delightful party, which was immense-
ly enjoyed by all present.
The big rooms were bared for danc-
ing and, as the night was delightfully
cool, the Virginia reel, steal partners,
waltz and two step were indulged in
without discomfort. These pleasures
were interspersed with various games
and an exciting guessing contest, the
answers to which were found in the
names of the better known magazines.
The fortunate prize winner was Miss
Mary Reynolds.
Ice-cold fruit punch and dainty cakes
were served for the refreshments of
the guests, who remained to enjoy eve-
ry possible moment until midnight.
Robert will be greatly missed by his
young friends who all wish for him a
pleasant and successful career at the
The guests present were: Misses
Mary and Ruth Reynolds, Ireta and
Margaret Bradford. Mary Gorman,
Arabel Hopkins, Nancy Choat, Annie
Lee Coles, Annie Lloyd iond, Ada
Moore and Elouise Mabry; and Mesrs.
Ned Chesley. Laura Perkins. Everett
Lewis, John Clark, Geo. Ames. Jack
Mabry Bernard Byrd, Frank ('ochran
and John D. Cay.
Mr. C. Gwynn Resigns Positioea of
Chief Clerk la Land Department.

One of the most highly respected and
best liked employees of State employed
in one of its public departments is Mr. C.
B. Gwynn. Chief Clerk in the State
Land Department now under the con-
trol of the Commiasioner of Agricul-
ture, where he has nervtd the people of
Florida for more than twenty-five years.
Having recently become of the incorpo-
rators of the Gwynn Tobacco Cb., he
will assume theduties of Vice-President
and General Manager from this date.
Mr. Gwynn will also open up a Gene-
ral Real Estate Office and represent
any parties desiring his services In State
land and tax matters, and other busi-
ness before any of the State, Depart-
ments at Tallahassee.
A native Tallahasseean Mr Gwynn
has lived nearly all of his life among
his home people and holds an enviable
ba ce in their affections and esteem.
in education was begun at the old
Seminary, from which he graduated at
the age of 16 years. when be accepted
the poaition of chief clerhw in the office
of is uncle, the late Hon. Walter
Gwynn, who was the first Democratic
Treasurer to be elected after the civil
war, in January, 1877. He remained
in this office for two and a half years,
and then resigned to attend college at
the University of Virginia. Upon his
return from the University he was
given the position of Chief Clerk in the
office of Secretary of State, and after
bavin the honor of Initiating the late
Hon. ohn L. Crawford Into that office,
Mr. (Gwynn resigned to take a place
with Messrs. Drew & Bucki, of Ella-
vile. who at that time operated about
the largest saw mill in Florida. Later,
returning to rallahassee. he was ap-
pointed by our distinguished Bloxham
to the position just resigned.

At St. Teresa I

Unfurnashed rooms in St. Teresa Ho-.
tel for rent at $1.00 per week to camp-
ing parties. Wagon meets train from
Tallahassee at Mlntyre every day ex-
cept Sur.day. Apply to
R. is B
*BLf tTro la
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H.. LW. Uam

A few minutes a
asthe month of St~~^ ^
upon its first 1%.'
man left this ba
the fellowship of
This man was Dr.
ning of Mann too,
Florfda; a Bea
name s sa ho tld d
South Georgia and MWO-e
Dying in his seventy th
nearly fifty years he$
Gopel of Christ in
Building church, organs
giving cheerfully of his time
money to God's work; reel
most, a mere stipend, often
all, he preached, preferably
and poor country churches
many weary miles, through all k
weather, over rough road and
streams, to keep his appointments,
always welcomed to the richest
the poorest cabin of his
Beloved and revered by is
and his neighbors, white andW
honored by his church, universal
spected and esteemed, he lived
quilly on his plantation, very mucbi
ter the manner of the old time Son
planter, for he was the "guide, coup'
seller and friend" of the poor ad
the many negroes on his own and
adjoining plontatione, often
in their churches, marrying
ing them minltring ts ir o
ties, bodily as well as spiritual, for hei
was also a physician.
When the fatal malady which ended
,his life made its appearance, the physl-
clans gave him one week to bve, but
his wonderful vitality sustained him,
and for three weeks he lay waiting for .
death patient y, uncomplainingly even
cheerfully, suffering the pangs of aw-
ful la with mailing lips. Conscious
to end, his last words were an apot-
ogy to an old friend for not beingable
to talk to him.
And so he died and In the evening
they bore his body to the little waled
in grave yard in the woods and laid it
beside the dust of his people. The sol.
emn voices of three ministers thanked
God for his life, and prayed for ooa.-
fort to be given his most devoted wife
and hi family and friends. Many of
these were present, and very many of
the negroes who loved him, and who
felt as if they. too, had lost a father.
In the grave yard in the woods there
was a new grave, and in heaven a now
soul, to whom God said: "Well done,
t good and faithful servant, enter
thou into the joys of thy Lord."
Letter to I. W. OStesbrg,
Dear Sir: They're glad they found
out Devoe.
Corpus Christi Texas, is right on the
Gulf and one oi the hardest climates
for paint; hot san, salt air, and strong
The SIbery Building, painted Devoe
in 180, is a shining example of perfect
paint *ow-white after 7 years, as if
painted last week.
We should like every property-owner
from Maine to Mexico to see that white
white white.
Experisance teaches who wants to .
lern as well as who waits to be kicked.
Yours truly
84 P W DrvoE Co4
P. S.-Gilmore & Davia Co. sellsar ur
pas.t. .
1 lt Plaian White Check aa uM .,J
Stitch Lawn, 10 pas for
s V -. .^ Sa

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g0. OLUN. f h.

nh'Hred Vp hOe0ms Kd Killed,

1w York, Aug. 21. -Citizens out of
iat Amaganaett, L. 1., were star-
when they heard a terrific roar and
the same Ume saw a bssazing mason,
tmff EtuOffh the heavens over the
S t, ppoft y only a little e way out
bore. Te hiin roar which
emitted from the rapidly movieq
ball was deafening as it spe
the air. The blazing object
red to many to be about twenty
Diameter. Those who witneaNed
9 sight say the meteor -for much it
i --must have weighed several tonm
i iI struck the o(ean it cauxod (a t
phaval of the waters. Iluge break-
rWncame tumbling toward the shore.
oral pavilions were w.,a.Ah'd away,
Sflhormerin'm ntri'i wre Iatter.-d
their moorings, wiii" vra.ride'ra-
Sdamage wams .cini .d to ijropirty
the oceisin froni.
: Great nuni twept in.
' Occasional hr'la',-'e-, hxla-hinv, hal
iaS. e iSr the .,0111Ui 1;1 6 Of ilptit#' i l I
Light nervow'm at' sire iyrnijptoni of in-
dflptiorn whi>i, when allow'd- to Vo"
ut red for, will drhvelop into, a ca(,i' (ft
pe ia th t will take a lo t. r iri'to
Aket rid of Don't nrxl iect your *,,t1ia-

h. At the first inheatinr of ironill. GUARDIAN'S NOTICE...,.i. J.r a s,,,.,i;. r i.,...-. ,nd
something that w ill h l. it ialor 0' n (,ra i li ia I ,I', I N''II AT ': "IIIT ,, l ,, otherr t(, TI i'.'r i', the
IF its w ork o f d ige H ling thes fe ,,d yo u y o' th r .. .. ,.-.| ,. A 1 I'a,';. I ....' ,,ti. r,'I r,,! *, .. .. .re i lh,. a I tie rn l
N K odol for Irld i ,.rti, ,n ala l-d I I,ma ke ,i ... ,make- ".arty J ua ,' r- A a this- -r .
t 'II ar, T MI fIlI H -a o I I ,I
i will d(1 this. K',",01 w I make .., ,,, ,,, .... .,' .r 'va t. I T .mount or f a). '.i..... )i i a't, I frIIy I
r food do you woo'd t(I will eaibl; M th,u,.n tI dollars I,, I ...l.. l no I ni, jn lre.
S tO enjoy w hat ', el at. Sold by ill ,,i<-r,. ii h Ai, A I'. '..... ;.ail viy F.. ';alrr,, i .nr o of finve It ur1 .... : a rl #IIh. lt p.o- 'r ',en,it
Slt,1 ,It ,or1 tt 1 M ', itl' M I4a t "s '-, I-'ft r- '. f *, i, h h hall b. .r 1 ;t, -,i iai, for leforue
I ( ,' I 'I.l t iirl ', ', .a.'l I'" la / b i ;'aii d'"'* 'l' l 1, h ('corlrany ahull ,tr ,i ;.' ur, i 's s. Any
'" .. . .. "" liit,won an l n I I .. dl.'.. o-wift O f ,,'ti l 'alital stl., I r. I .. I 11, the pure-ha e
SThe Florida Crop. Alll a-: e 1 ,i ., it. ......ith i,i r, ,,r ,c ,,, al ,, i a,, r. ,la ,,, ... t,, , I ,n ,aym .ieit of
the' kl i- ; ., a : : r t -c.tirra 21i TFovA iAn, 1s,,. at a just valu;i i ..'. f. i, fed hy til. Board
Reports trom i'lorida state that the S l.uth, i.r.t v i.e,.', ". a,,t a r..... '. '., i'a tcali.-'l for taaid
p there will bit.a ibo ntiful on;e. Leon AII.. ,, ., f ', .' .,'ar, rTw i. ,, ,r,,,..
ty is in there midst of a tobacco hir. ^A1 ,.IIa : r.i ef. It I.. Ir 1,,.k iv.a a I' e ,rof
I l t which prornmiseum to be very proita- s..<,1 s ''o"P, I 'I.-al',i. iS '. s .t Iil, 4. W .'. i ,'o lah .t.a' I l-erm for wih .,l I,,,iati, sn hallexim t
tothe farmers. The tobacco is in a,- , -. , laslne t ty-ar ih. -
god demand. I.eon county's acreage s., I, W:. I I .'e omlleers of .isol at, n. y to, tranac't aid
U i year wan doubled, and prospects e,r,.. I h,,r., 's shalln be. ie I,,. ,i,.in. vice--1'rerildent,
Iont to a still larger production lsextN NW '.f w",.'f.'!,t a,, .'lwwnyshipl, ,Houth. ;,.ieral Manager, So.< ..i.t. 1 a ra.lT'rpeaurer, and a
Over M) cresI are und,'r shad Ir,'Wto. '.I. Bio ar ,.. oar, I' i recto'rr taa I, (' 1r1 ,1i, ,'d of not lesh
o. ver re are fr e und ersh1de, Am-or,,o lo fo t i r i l a'kt lhiCh waill produce from 10 ) to ,X r or Ia ,, th. a,ll....-rf ih.( ik ,,of the C('ircuit o(', rt ,,f Viaro-'reident satl l .,r' pounds to the acre. Farmers look for of etinse o.,,llt, ,, b y the ame per ,sA,. ,, .J lke'wia that of S'c-
e from fO to 8IIN cents and even E$ a n t AI.MPIM rotary and Treamur.ai. ', I oartl i.f directors
from 0 to 85 cents and even t1 rii darr ,,f t- I,,r'orfio antd od E tat,,f (>uiiril noav be rhanird at 11 at:. tr, by Bv Hy-Lawn. The
crop in Gadaden. Jackson and Mad- nryar I'ls,,i, i h, 'ma Myr I'almer. HuIl IPretorm shall be l .."I ly ,st'holder. at each
c O ountele tas also heavy, and the Artch. I'ul.r aiirnd H henry E. 'Palmer, Jr., meting. All other ,.lbers hall tb selected n-
fsrmens are In a very prosperous con- Taa'". -, nually by Director". Annual rr'meetings aof the Di-
Trare-In-,.very, A t )',n 19. |r' iJ -- -at and stockholda.r,s 'hall be held on the first
dltion. Tobacco lands have risen in ., .. r Tulnona ybdal ll*li < lm "I -roa c loled f
ditiony Tobacco lands haverin October an sar h year; but Kaid date
)ue, selling at anywhere from $25 to PARTNERSHIP NOTICK. iay be hand by ly-iw .The inerorpoerators
5100 an acre. -- U. 8. Tobacco Journal. ()TICIS il IRKEY GIVEN THAT THE shall metoanthetwelffthdlay of8eptember. A.ID.
lNat theYall(Tf s07. at af aaidI company. at 10 o'clock
-a Tt t ...e t T Iurrp latl exitins between us.. the, r.mfr' the.purte aof do)ting By-"Lawr,, hold.
A Tetter fr Thirty Years. unltrsnedl. A. P. Winn asul J. 1. C(ay carry n te first as nual nra.eting foir the elect; -. of
Shave red with better for tr f t udrtheirnae t A. A'o ier and completing aita organiatian. ,Until
yUear and have tried almost countless ,of, Agaat, A. i). 1111. ieadlvav by mutual ern- iualifled, the business. shall oe conducted by the
emUsdis with little,. if any. relief.sent, ant that the business in the futire willler s powanprsrons: F. '(. Gilmore.I'rePsde'n;aC. II.
Treeboxes of Chamberlain'. Salve 'arri.al itort, y thI haid A. H. WInn alone who t'IIll Iwynnr. Vke-Pre.let and General Manager.
tortur (hame, itbek py atio d ,laetharge all debts, arid tialilities and re" ani a(;. if. Gwynr, SHe.retory antl Treasurer; and a
ared me. It wa a torture. It breaks ..iv. all nt,,rsoy ,aya.ble to th iaki late firm. IBoard (of )irectors ct,,.ml of I". C (3ilore, C.
eut a little sometimes, but nothing to A. H. WI NN. I .G;wynn, (;, I. Gwynn. F. M. Phillivs and (; I.
whet it used to do. -D. H. BACH, Mid- .7t J. 1. cAY. Dayis.
City, Ala. Chamberlain's Salve Guardiat's Notice. Ite hi o Vnt ictr
tf sae by Tallahassee Drug Co. OTi(': iA HiKKEBY f;IVrN THAT ON THr atany tina.,hall not he. reare' than $UA),(W)S(tlffty
.1.-- -- .. .., 21t l day of H4ptomber A, I). 19f07, I will make thousand dollarss.
The Board of rPardons met Tuesdaly a),pieraton to the(0wunt Juael e s of Im co1inty, 'vii
i the Governor's office at tne Ca ptol, :Florida, at his rsoffice In ll'Nllaha.a. e, Flrlla. f,,r
th s ojvrnory fomfce trs In attend-ol, lh,,rity too.ll. at aprnvate s ai., lthe nteret of The name.. and reasidene, orf ttilrhitg iraior- I
with a majority of members In attend- F. Wilsn Carraway, a minor, in ancl to all those j.lrat'or. t.ag'lhar with capital stoc'k uiil.-crihec
&ae. and hearing was given Hon. J. certain lota or parcel.I of alarid i.tiatre. lying anl ay h. ch, .all tl-as follow:
Gerito, appearing as attorney for he'nrir in alid county, known Banald dlac ib ltd as fol- Name. Residence. Amount of itor'k,
riw, ey o-wit : taUt. nunimbert l s12. 1, 1. 14, ,arid 16 F. C. G(;lrm rer Tallahasiee
win, Jeme Albritton, of LaFayette In block 2; Ints numbered I1. SII. 12. I: 14. ir, 2 Sharen $1,mn) 00o
eoUnty. Albritton was convicted in *nal I in lock 7: luts nuniritael 1. '2, 4. ,a. 12 7 C. I. (;wynri. Tallahasi.w
18M of assault with intent to kill, and aniR in blo,,k II: lots nhumtwired I. 2, :1, 4 and r 12 Sharv. .00o 00
In h "l k 1 O ; W1 lot numb"e'rd :4, r ,. ,. 7 and 1, I; l. (Gwynn, TallahiMieo
Aentenced to seven years imprisonment In block l; all of maid land he..ar i n tha- M ataxon 12 Share r'.0 0) 00
l the State prison. A petition signed Addition of TallahaMsse, Fhorla. as por .plat re- FI M. I'hilli-. TallalMsse
certain citizens of LaFayette and c1rdd In deed-book "KK." Ipaner,. rof ifher, ohic 12.Shiare" ;.ho. 00
eBouv.t-te, askinR for a commu-- reordea In the office of the Clerk sof the ('ircuit G. 1 Da6, ,a. 'iallloeJa .s r
lor courtesy, aking for mm Court of *aid county, aid land ngr in F 2 Shar 1.000
tatio of sentence, had been prepared of the N. t., tk of .e. as. T. I N I W .ubacritang incoriarators.
for presentation to the judge of the ANNIEK E, fIth eT ;SinEo ..a. .. .
sourt by whom Albritton hadbeen sen- (*lardin (f the Estate of V.WilsonI sttorrf atyea .'il,. a
tenced, but that dinitary was absent, In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial Befora rn., nhe underaiarned ur.thiority. person-
and not easily accessible, so a parole (' Leo C Il. ally asPear.i l V. C. Gilmore, (C (.wynon. G. 1.
was asked of the loard, and granted circuit Lon County, Florida. Iwynn, F M illips and G. . iavis, to me well
Him A ri4rv. w lo Ia i. Chai trs. I'lalnaitlff. vs.a 1). Iliethtower. known, who.li. -inl duly sworn. thirty d A relrive was alo Jr. llefeant.- Civil Acti,,n. they aii,>.lhe, foregoing Instrument of writirqr
= litni11 t11 Kerp olOt <'f Sints a.0ta T,,'a 4. ).. llghtower, Jr., ifi,,1endt. ana. All 'er.r fur ths ie,,i,,. named thrrein.
w, Who was s" the 30th Inst. Vn a hereby notiflwli that a writ oif atta h- ,h"ffial se"I 'li'. ixth day of Ausatit. A. ID. I t. .
-ar- ,,nt iha been i.muel aall inst you .ansI ysoa r proip Notary Pu l'. N i f id.
LIkes Our "Chat." ,s'i aitt,'rh, in r stitfy he dem lani hirty twi asit M> ',,nli..,i-soon expire Aux. :, 1. 11. 2-.,t
Crescent City, Fla., Aug. L.*, l.9n7. ,aliar-..
Mr t|A Pe s *-i ." r N..w. ,onlest yotu hall apig ar before the al -.---- d .. .
Mr. iMditor Please i'lld I .l I 'rl' ,,,,a,,r in rand sf r makl county, at Tallahaine. Fia -l
Ofrmocrat" til Palmettfi, Mi ttaat 'the, 7lh slay of (Ortoller, A II. 11417. jaadtrment
ouuntl, Fla., where I go for a few ~." ".e erahel aariast yau, aind y,,ur srcqier'ty (
neonth'"s stay, and as Dr. Crill may ha've '> ii ayr ha aof Auit. ;. lt.
told you that I liked the way y-u :a -w ;I.I.A It ('HAiAIlts. Plaintiff.
"that," I don't won't to miss thI pa- Adminlstrater's Notice.
ter. Yoursa, lti ITI N rilo. ; Is HP':IIIIit *;1IV1I7N TO( A1.I. c('tEI)-
I T't* N -aterTN. las ir ew.r s. mail to all per.
S1,0a1. a I l % lo asliaMonlrn *a i ,ias t ran tl. S Bi-alt the estate
$100 Reward, $100. of larne wll <..P I. l of Leon
Still r nty, Il. io r rila. I, r" t raih claims or d e-
The1 readtrs ( orf this paper will IH a nM d tonl a the i.il.l'riir ...I % tintr,. ,,1r year frim
pliHaaed to learn that there is at least this date. otherwie' -.,n onw' C 'II i.- farer de-
o*ne areathd disease that science has l arr ,
been alble to cure in all itt stages. and Thls al day ,f A at M 1 1 MS r,**
that is Catarrh. liall's Caturrh C(ure A.Iminm.tratrni. rt ,f 1.alto Vai. Aui sli, s.Te I1 "La-ly nMattress.
is the only mismitive cure now known to l Talahao...s Fla Aurr.t' 2'. i'.r; m.t-t
the mediti'l fraternity. Ceatarrh being For Sale Cheaptl I ft inlayers o like cut Highn
i constitutional direaue, requires a cou- A one anl one-half horse power i ;a- V (;ra Tcking French Ro I
stitutlonal treatment Hall's Catarrh linel Engine for sale at a harain at' T-ckinp French Rolla
Cure is taken internally, acting direct ne Engine for sale at a .argin at eAr Imperial Stitched--Guar-
ujlon the bIIKI and mucous surfaces of this office. .2:t-t anteel in every way the equal of
the systein, thereby destroying the For Sale I there "(stermoor" or any other
foundation of the. ,heaoe.. and giving AineJerseycowadcalf, tfreh. 1..o felt mattress. you to be
the patient struerkth ))y building up the riceie Srs I). AIt)i nto Mr. Tay',r the, jn lge.
constitution and auisatan nature in do- ltox 14, Tallahaasse, Fla. 2-t t'lrder one to-day. Tl e s aon it
ing its work. The Ipr'prsttors have Io thirty nights, and then if you're
much falih in its curative ipowern that Wasted. I lot absolutely satisfied your mon-
they offer One Ilundrt.d i)olhars forany The loan of two hundred dollars, or \l wiill be immediately refunded
ease that it fails to cure. Send for light Monroe street prople.ty. Address lhox I i*lthout question or quibble.
ofA dtentmr .J. (I .:N*Y & ., 220 Tallahassee. 11-2t ONLY $10.00 FREIGHT PREPAID
Toledo,r ()hio. Furnishetd Reoo
Sold by all druggist., 7.'e 'For aones or two gentlemen, near ho.- RiOES-FUTCH-COLLINS
Take Hall's Family Pills for co' sti- tel Mn-i Ioanling house. Bath. Address F RNITURE COMPANY
patron *~toin, "canre True Democrat. 26-lm n RNITURE MPANY
The friend osf Mr. mu Mrs. Pratt tieatsaia ad Presesa. Jacksonville, Florida.
Dealof Tampa were Iined to learn of My N tcltanang and pre aing business a
his violent death which recently occur- now carritid on in the up-stair Ipart of
ed in a railroad accident. Mr. I leuI the C'onatantine building, nearly oppo- -- -"-
was a nephew of MrI A. E. (Cahlwell site the express office. Also sample Wat dt
of ihis city, and his wife is a slater of linesof line tailor.in "made-to-ma t.iuw
rev. W. Mabry, once palstr of the garments for men" on dialay White boy abot 18 years old, who as
Methodist chuurobhere. 4-tf W. H. iAND. willing to work, fte L urdry Wao.
Lw h -o Al.t Taliahasse ~tam Laund Bat-
!Print with jnM'lem eep ter alway.. Print and P u ,.. ft


f Alii l theo Wa, Vi b
From the Live Oak Democrat w4 take
the following 1 No
Who said municipal ownershl of
public water and lights utilities I Flor- potte st" t I
Ida was a failure? It's all in the ma.n.w ,ill a i t .ft
agement. Read this from the Bsartow temir utest
Record: "The receipts for the month a the Oy
of July for both the water and lights, of litheU d tt. o e
amounted to $1,423.609,- while the ex- of Florida.
penses for the same period were le ssn. M
than $71i0. Ending with each quarter., G .n
the receipts are much in excess, and p pNA&M
hence it will be seen that the municipal O. L DAvw.
plant is ,aying thecilty, and then the p inED CHASTER O, ..B "OwVNM vOAndot
i tret lihtingi and water ued by the coMPANY.
few municipalities In Florida can boast tceth^ e faor i cPurporao of beorntin u
of uch a well managed plant among of the State of Florida. with thefollowlg pro.
their pnsemsions, and it is with pleasure posed cha er
the Record notes such an excellent Tb n of the cororation shal the
showing. Gwynn TobsaeoComnpar y." It business shell
, .- ,- rt-- ry.,,.r., conducted in the State' of Florida. there othr
Gleanings Froa the Capital. iat. of the Unitted ta ir. and all for.ieacoan.
fuedj Monday: The Wight and Turnerr in Tallahasseed,.Firo..
Co Jack.onvilleo. Capital stock <$25, ', genehrit nature, .'r I. nr to i e trans.
00. C. II. W' .t, president; II J (. a ,l t,y asideorporatiai. i .. ii of plantrrn, cut
'jr,,r, vr,: ,i ;re a .'1t'. I IHunter, .iaatin a and growing. i .' 1 ai, curing t. pack.
an I t i u. rfer. ;,, rn. anufa turina, 1. ?'lii.r. a-'yariar and handling
t r tr. t.,bace and alln ,. a r tn'r produrtma.con-
i tlh 'I f l a I; ,tW.t' .S hir 'ul, lJackson cur.tra, atr, b ,u,,itgli . ., . u dntein'ir and other.-
vi:j1. ( ;i( :ta hi; )'- $"l", 10j,)0. lW B. wi a'Bvirltg. r. ' ani otherwise dl.-
i ;.. r A tl lr> ;t.u r .1 ioa 'i of 1tructurc f- i.liny tobacco, and
4 .e.atPiK *,1,Ci.. buildinbc. i. l w v r.-h^woum and
1. 11 i E-presideint; It. ( oth- 'u it h i Ij'r t.a a'i n and pire-
... 'sl'id a. a. well *r ra .1 iy anal t'.c'ry
*t h 1, I 1 r of 'liarni, wai h in tlh '' I' v thart i .I.,i -4.11 l|,rrlw r ir..l .i . ., i ra, ri& ; (.to !
a t i, @-, ;i l;t 11 a. ls.' arit ll an i )'f .>' Lindla lgrra'w-
. G N, :a'i f i .n I r s a '.d r n lrn i.' In r %it n l ut h fe urit..'
.', T h. tr ( l i r tl ,, .. I ,, ,r tabl.
a '' 1 |,1- Io (.iCo I a, 2:d. &,, ''ae 'vr a' r<" s'I -r'a is
:t1 1 1 < .* It; cittr,,l. ri I r,*>rut a tlr ,

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
,potted mirror as good as new by the
same process used at the factory.
Prices right and satisfactiou guaran-
teed. Give him a trial and be con-
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J. E. THEUS, Propr.






Ladies Suits a Specialty.

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

G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.

7 Public Benefactor.
What the Thomasvllle ehlropodist
Is able to Oorrect:


Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perspiring Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

To The Public.

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

Mrs. George Waterian Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Dream-
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wave a specialty
A woman finds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking ahe
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 foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.

Dr. Robert E. Williams,

Surgeon Ohlropodlst Maaseur,
Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St. THOMi


Old Kemper Livery.1 Stables.


Under New Management.





50 pr cent, of yo. Shoe BIB by. beavl s
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First ClaseWork. Satisfaction cguaMuf
Also we have in connection with my shoe Ibsinem the

ClmeanaiL Dyt and PreMsin." Flst-Clas Workman do tkis work. 1
uit r Httle money FrstCl Tlor Rpa and Makes
to fit. Old Pama Rats Cleaned and MadeNew. Nofak.

No. 343 CcUtM StL Td i No
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PUM.' won lu T.'s AWEN VRAYT.

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t. W. W. Moo has returned to
& after vit of several weeks
1 L 7r SA'f D. Moor in New
City. Afttraa short tisne
~tend in sBtske -%r. Moore
S to Tallshessm to kegp house for
"my.er son, Mr. G. W. Moore,
we wife died in July.-Starke ele-
*ld mothers, worn cut by the peev-
o baby, have found Cascaswet
,and a blessing. Cascaswes is
kbles and children, and is \espe.
L good for the ils so common in
Weather. Lobk for the ingredients
.on tha bottle. Containa no
IZ*rugt. Sold by all druggiets.*
We's legislature raised the State
from 4 1-2 to five mills. The
r.the is 7 1-2 mills, with a heavy
In county rates, ause by the
A,.the "artate reformers" who
Make a record for "low taxes"
e people can be fooled not
e on hand a large stock of fine
4-inch flooring and ceiling;
uad 10 nch finished boards. The
pleiaie you. Get your order
it lasts. Child Bros. Lumber

I C. Dunn severed his connec-
tb the Madison Recorder with
W**k's issue. He announces that
sold the entire plant to J. R.
His reasons are that his
at Tallahassee as secretary of
railroad commission require too
of his time to allow him to give
paper the proper attention and, al-
hat he will be a candidate for rail-
commissioner in the nemt primary.
,Borland is an experienced news-
man. The same issue contains a,
clfcant paragraph written, presum-
by Mr. Dunn, as follows: "The
't do it' suggestion of Mr. Storr's
le relative to Mr. Burr's candidacy
g.oveNor seems to have. met the
roval of the press of the state The
c er joins in and says amen!"-
A;"Tt.-Union Short Talks.
"What did Jeff Br wne do to Willis
well?" is becoming" as insistent an
ogation as the old-time "Who
ck Billy Patterson?"- Tampa Trib-
SBefore investing in a new sewing
1pasaine for your summer swing, all
adi price the New Home and White
Imbchines at J. E. Thus' Furniture
'Store, on corner of Adams and Clinton
streets. 20
Special Notice!
Mr. Woodruff, representing the Co-
nhia Tailoring Co., will give a dis-
of a large line of samples, com-
all the staples and novelties of
both Foreign and Domestic Woolens.
Wait for him if you want some of
late styles in custom-made Cloth-

That Tired Feeling.
it you are languid, depressed, inca-,
i for work, it indicates that your
Is out Of order. Herbine will as-
pature to throw off headaches,
altiam and ailments akin to nerv-
and restore the energies and
11 of sound and perfect health.
.J. J ubbard, Temple. Texas, writes:
1I have used Hlerbine for the past two
W.ar. It has done rne more good than
the doctors. It.as the best medi-
ever made for chills and fever."
Sold by Harde-Smith Co. *
ORan's Christian Temperance

The regular monthly ineptinm of' the
an's Christitni Tlempir-r.;ne Union
?.be held 'Monda v afttrnoion at 4:3,
. the Baptist Ch .tulh. All ladies are
lordially invited to nttfnid.
* The talk lof ian I X'!. ra t-S!-i 0: thfi
| lature is as-su:..ny p;ropi frrtirqt i-: u i l
almost kt c-.ritint. hat it will he
1lted. Will an txlr:t *,.siin ald a'n-
^tbr mill or t -I to the plrut',ei t;ax
i ? If it w ill t1 0 \ ,i i'llm a lns 'i
e It. '['he p,pl i.have, ,1,') ;.:
i thp politic iia .r ro ninlt to re-
Maylm somnIne the offi'i ,i!.s 1-
are not,bi enoughg. Tih cost of
in T-tlihassee is increi-tsiiz" d,,ily
favored few rmu;'t livre ,on *f,*
the land at thte e ,xpnW of t},
many. Madi-on Enterprise.
public is ini'd t. investigate
r* hington Roller Window S-.-cren
W. CorLett'.. jA6
public is invited to investigate
on Roller Window Screen
r tt's. 27
blic .is invited to investigate
n Roller Window Screen
Sr tt's.a27
O 'Little farly Risers don't
Smali pills, easy to
arln dru iL. *
It "nvi*ad to investigate
ROlT Winiow Screen

14 pubIc,b have 4
i the firm namen
to their new PN
Clothing oi the
a, opposite the (




Un Walker was w o..
'and W fL R, Wilson, er ,er'r
'ara. ofVl, theOse places, fti ves
AH enterprise. They b v> ex-
Sof the cenfidence niui
that thfrom the public in, and
will e tthy of a continued h ich
will take the liberal patronage. n-
able effort othfir part will be spared ot lk each
and every ct. a satisfied and permanent
and if strict adherence to HIONEST DEALING and
plish this, their success is already assured
As already stated thcir line of merchandise in-
cludes Staple and Fancy Dry'goods, and all otherarticle.-
belonging to an up-to-date drygoods store, Shoes anl
Meni' Clothing and Furnishings. Their time and at-
tention will be concentrated upon their several depart-
meets and they will carry a stock second tn none in the
city; consequently, are anticipating a fair share of pat-
ronage from their many friends.
Respect fully,


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The ASSORTMENTAnd see the I'lCI
S;g w Vuagons, Steel or Skt,, .\ ,
L.i hit Two Hllorse, either axle,
P1eg %. Two lorse,-- ... ..- -
; . 'l',nie.r Wagons,-...---. .,---$4. .
S\L(i(ilLS, Out of Sight:
SBoth PONY and RI(tilt.A 11.
Quality and Prices I nie.
(,iranty Attached and no C(', n -.
C('usttmiers from Amsterdam. to
Fhorida coast and numbered I .n-
(\rcirds. And they are still coni :.
before one is out of lMght lnlo'tr is
S1 INALLY--If' we fail to I'! ", we
RIecommend other Dealers in 1 (ity.
Tallahassee, Fla


Harvestin, Machinery Hardware.

11d you ill find no better in-
vist ment for your money than
pirope rty in and around Talla-
hassee., W areofferinghomes,
hilts and tarms, that are sure
to rise in value shortly at
'. bargain prices. If you want
Sto secure a home that will
,s f gi.-e you a home and make
S' rtoney fur you at the same
time, consult us

..r .25 acres of which i- l,';ared.;
;i',:i,'1 \\,ti; ,i . lVn ., ( lnant hot sestf, :N go I r'llr s 1,,1r

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4"i. peac~ih tretes whif-h i titr Ii-xt
'A ti ed,. thli- character o I'the. :t, m lii ; gui-
L i. tho -mil light ;.n. ;i''l i 'mlc lay
'ntc(ii~tire rif hi'w

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'.::li~hC:- .75'~lr8 ~LB~P 1BJ

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.-Ta ahse H rdware- Company.
Tallahassee Hardware Company.

f i n Idau aIi3d lgetIn thi-right
Ll v ~i ~n,,t4t,.alls y our work ace at

C. 0. AN m~i%;s, resident. C. S. 'GASQUE, M manager.

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We are compounding more and more each wetk. Mm.
people have found that here they can always get jI -
what the prescription calls'for, just at the time we Irin:,
ise. and that the price is reasonable. All druggist i;-,
pure drugs, but Wve o (further, and use pure drugs of th.
best quality Ev.vi the very cheapest drugs may I, .
purest of their kind we don't use that kind. Try us

Re. W. eobb, DruC to.

East side of Monroe St.
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Saw M i
Sw1in4 Puoo"

Englmserr and
SSupplies, Etc.


The Housekeepers' Delight
is atannce that will roast meats, boll bake or otherwise cook a ."
vegdtable and keep it piping hot until ooeos ,h n for servtM .
A good g-as rax.rte supplied with flowing fue a Mhed throu ,
<,ur str.>t Maiiis, controlled by a simple twitt of the wrist"
Vou.r '*ihen mt ets every desire of the ambitious preparer
n'al- : te household. Ask all the questions rot lik of ust
tIII ,r of our refreientative. who will caU at your home on .
'phone request. GET TUE "VULCAN' GAS RANGE,
A Boon II1 Hot Weather
v:- "I I:- i r rane on sultry ironng days, Gas tua appHOk
n I tIhe nwesary quantity of heat for best results -. 11
II. ; g the Kitchen and making it uncomfortable for t
,r 'F,,ir this la idering aid. like many other purpove S
,.1 I t.-oves and qmitA which burn it complete the proper ktt*
, ::, t. niwnt. Se .his office about Ras advantages. *
.The Gas Compa V, Phone 72.

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

Lace Curtains, Portieers, and all kinds of House Furnishings

always in stock.



An Opportunity by Which You May Profit.

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


THE PLAN is simple. With each buggy sold, from now until December 20th, 1907,
I will give a coupon 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 )


~OEOA .4j......?a/a~aa~~a ./..... .....1907.
.7h/ ni. ~tles4a.-0..................................
fcs Aim cAoie. of wev 47-5-0(1.9/g a my sat~ek. or'ovided/
Me aum6.'p ndc name Aeo'ran, aiwitexina aInk, eolv-expond
w#A ioa fb st iA d,'w, n ondate. p,'ize Itothe dt~wun. fWer.

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



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.


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

Cor. Canton and Adams St.





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