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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 20, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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T4]LAHASSEE PLC


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1907.


NO.


Oood Government; Honesty fif Public Office; J i Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.

WHAT IS TRUE Tr A Tribute oLos. EXTRA SESSION ret <.a nau l ra... THE PASSING OF
Threnstn o death; what s eems NO S X C Fborid o is "entitled to have set up in
DEMOCRACY tansition. NOT S UELC ED t Hall of Fnne at shiaton the THOEDEMAGOGUE* .
Again has God iven his beloved marble statue of two of her reatMt
Sleep, when, on Fri, Augut 3Ih, citizen amon her d(lead. The selection --
,; -lne Definition Given by Governor the soul of Mrs. Rachele Manning was A T.inpa Paper's Solar Pleus Bai. has not yet wn made., nnd recent ly Starle Telegraph Promulgates So3te
folk of N.is l released from its prison of clay.Not active.
Folk of li rLAunt Rachel, as she was lovingly Not-et Tif active. the DemorraM se ted thoe. netn of Optimistic Views.
special to the World from St. known, had paused the 79th mile s r, "c o owing, fromm t 11 ... a n lachicola, nind who invented the The Telegyrph i.- ,,, iOi4 to f '
LouhsMw.n tof her earthly journey, and alt ,,ifd.;.e;,d,:,rseto,. ...rt lo. -
,. Louis, Mo., says: wf her rthye 1cureh mn alt1;,ra rs to effect w : *I f or mk;ng artificial i'', j dI -Iorry for the end,;:e. State or na-
The World asked Governor Flk the onned to her ed from the Stula $ lunav etht hi roug im r tional. whose t i:,. .,e is peal to
following questions yesterday: preceding fer death. She tol t th. e t ,r t f.,r :. .] there w i popular prrjudiQ .i .!a..it. hol..in. t
First, what is ia Ie9ocrat ? Second, vwhl exp)res.Ld lopes of a better .. vi ne ado:.' ,.,:t positif todhput c I)r (or '. ci,. i n th. inc, of the li.!,. h w,.. for
what will be the ,aramo.:t iss. s in ''rt thitshe WO d ot le het f' : ,oviding f '. l a' thow the nam ,f no c,, ,,,i or :nd the hihc.: r,, for the -
the coring c.,e'paign / T'lird, will tW i journey,. anwl .he had prepared : t prolnb ,l. : r d Ht t.-,' i ha '. po tt of the farm tht '- .e. been
prosecution of corpruation. for allge violation of hlw hv urt busincs.s? Fourth, vis,.. fIi n u lp i lt f:.,n I . tI'n E. usiell, f in l' Thn. who are wont to beo, i rouight
should the enocratic part radical B er lonmg life s fral-rant wih' t h. ... i r '. .. i:. tI I'hol S'aannah I're; u the wail of th d t ue -
shour the :,*ocratic pa yin deed, of wi. radihca the loyvAy t, ',' 't, ,;tsitin to t .. . ."' .\ ,, in, iter of artifi,.il f,.,\. tO w..il of th.o d. .vo.
or conservative that entir.ly covered her caslet ., the I.,'; I hI l i .ln li. C rrie, of Apfl:h,,h l n .ly r .cf e to he wrought, It ., -io they "
S He answered:( grave we're 1b' lit. emblems. 1g I he r'1i. i Fla. Iti, I 1 kpnow fl mo their own expotriene that ,
"You a:sk, 'Wha! t a i a tenocrat'' Aunt .Richel had been the writ' .. ; l iver.'a;.lly' ,',,, I:, 'd Ihat. t n;i, 7, 1 d ice 11 l i. i no i'> h litiona obtain aRs tw d nma-
.A Derntorat is ona wl.o itfelievels in friend from earliest childhood, t ,, ;,,thing i t t le -'- ,li h. i b ..' markale -l' n' 'i *. 'le, c',oiit1 have them believe, In our
democratic ideas. 1H dcm,,cratic ideas truly know what a high value' : ', that is, n*,t,4i',- Ilut '*intlt f.at .,,,. i, lIe ,I federated war. At own Atato'i. for instance. there anr pelr-
; I mean th(,.-e- principles emftracedin placed upon friendship, and 1 ,4 .;,arn, 'i.> th iariat telstol < i u-'; I ti.n \,, 1 eol in.th h '" andI newspapers who have been
the 'axiom, *'Ial rihtsw to all, special watched gentle life cl.ii, : of Aut. if II t, not mistake p:rt culrlyactive during the past year
privileges to none.' This axiom (of the tide we felt tPe force v f ,It)eta i sl hel ithe print' Dr. on 1. i .ttr amaermcnnt. o r two in their efforts to educate .
Jefferson expressed every essential tle- friendship and how much shwect- fit i ., ,i i. It will n,, mn,. o, the c n.,;., I. ni hd t sunlly of it e V ,, up to a hatred of ai)d prji
ment of true De)mocra.'y. It. me.s m tc many lives. .., i, n to h ee, people NIl oin, of hi ov., if ,,r',. Thhi wa- t, 'inst all manner of industrial tnt
the destruction of l-secial privilcgfesia Such a life needs rnot. to hlanve a d to it. ir r f as rn Inform i They have told U8 incUt,
every ',or ii, il,,l gtivin.I 'to all m.,n tne te.-,timony. So that p in li t C i mii..t i,v I,,, ,i.. l r,, t ih. tion extin, 'i.. years ago C it :ll1 still t.il uti that the rail
equal'ri; ht Inatt obelongsi to each- the rack her feeleb li,'dy (Go, votcut :il i nto the ff i .r.. of t,,. G In- Geo. \. \' \ ,.. ', f Ap"l chicole, other ,nterprise.s that happen to,'hLa
fair and eq:'al oppoitiunityv of each and unto her unIt'OiSt'uU ,iss, rni in t :l,; (t. io.r. hat mikr erected :i t in that citv, and i ust have, large means aret
every ni an 1, live ;niii Ibor upon the state she left us. , .,'p,. t ;I l. ',,..tr. r'alizing t iventor of ; i li Iu~ ni er footi and drawing our
earth that t;<.d i.: ne .;:v. n to all and to Aunt R} chl had been a wi, .. ;t e ,'.; ;.t ,- .-.>n ar ice was k ,. a i,, f.ne h .. .1 v11 h, llood Tile f tpecalty eo i
enjoy urnc: -ut t'li e ad unir.animl lled mianyv 'iars, aTd m;iil, her hbom ,N \t hi'msltfa .n.... ,, t .' i m tiui'': I clabnityl howl s il to hd
the fruits (of lsmt.st to:1. A Dermocri t t ir .nly child and d:tughtr', Mrs. N. i. ., f i l,ri;tions, of cthe 'ni ''. i ir and p. ,I 'ars ovr thl condition of the f4
the "i(iffthehere i ,, in thi, forAWi
believes that all el-'.'. 'liAtl lower is l-l r, of C ntr'.ville. whose dovt.r i '. c h ov :..l ovi 'd funds to bui t (;rr a n .V ''here is motv l o in this, for whe l
vested in Id < t iroi the people. ) ; ir tli'r .;is ,oautiful, the pi i.'r . r ,,i ; ,, O,,,,r .v ;ar- which now .stn, in t piu y 'sy o th' d Bem go e
that it is founmi d upon ll t ir will n of which l hiulld l-.-sen ier grief... I, . l s- ApI;ll, VhihcoI'.I!, t i t t wi thit h full q o-taot
; and that ' S promote the w,.iur-: ,i.;ii I: v i'.-in: \\ intt'rr,, *1 od l'is ah o. i',: i,, ..h .. ,'Iulati sd s .I 1 ,1. ipW u'.iarily remdved by his
security to lit i l y ur ii l e j '.- url>r tn v I .a' nd ii y un w tlhou h ,. ; r: '' '.l ,I Civil Appoin'mcnts. I:n i'r n timate as oil atkio n.a
S ment of ti ,;i f. I n iiI .' rv. iia v tiii t ie far ta ..r 1 I i ,.iI ve. rlo. r h'-; ;, ,, 1 .I 1 t nge f Ideas with hi
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ato e le tI1 thrdlyIIr. lliai in, ai eaose' 14 sir, that fe protthe(es on hi Cf
p tt, v. .. ti.,n e' t hl, ithhe Tuni i n thl ri a vh:.ch is( cA ,I- canna ,thir e. special .; L h, i. I re i hardly a
t ruf sto i, wit4 w.u r!iah, i t a til ih i,4 nott.1rd ie ttr ita. Th, .rees od ti t. ', e o ,Te A il 1 1 'I 'i?"Ctt isln ,le praalnl' e that ivi ngt b
Sirai i th.- with: th. i hkll r, ; f in l: rim l Atm l- laiir, ti2o suexi ot t, t ,:, ,.n d .. l Ryr it, 1 W. .A .r r. i llii i1,,i ,. t w r. in, t m h aorl t t.
Lno tto al.' If ti..h iu ibo t n w r - ,'v lin.- te n ;- f titie Tampa to nall ati ni r i t ntol i. 'il I Iartittle l r iS T. I tl to d I n: lo ., ,l th i sa v tirs iea.,, S i, n |.i chtit
vise yi if l n ltst d o . v h c m gr.ancy an ndbe IC. it wohl d i i I, t 'ri na, lho'k "ioE BI ,) (l. I S,'pt. :ii, 17. ,,, f hI ini' th w f oi n r. oth i3n teloe. n
St ink at i l .t. I tea s of t ,,,se w,, it t wiinl n1g unin, th, en-oai os" l there il 'ti. i nt ,beIg:itir, .ie 1 (to- rri nm, .I,,. ,, l f, r int. ate, he is ien to td in price @
tekna o t it is uno onol it s hn.ains -lS uM rt. e h raes io vllria l.. alcs it i h e ide-lar let. i : i l', iay a.r in' ^,eatly. t lh .., .ans. ltlr .th..p. t, .a


oly listed i w h tha it wibe l ,'eia llyetA nd- uln abth hitiis r eso t.J tin," 'ce. "A M e ..' : 'l- t e!h ll toi t. e r thiend, a c tlil
o no ltiy. iind~filer a m hlaiiil eh.e ver knoraes t, illrl i I h isiar t T ',it tock At4.a a, Slle eI'ih-l. ulo',l r nt rhI e s ie ford in tw.i nty yearn r
.,eTe troe Ett n theo wo rk, wi t thn; Ais of h m ( itli .1 \. A ,l p tli.n. t. t1,hf thieves have hailpl jociI
e ott It i- '.ell eidoah f tn pa ros- '(ol heA t held y :. tc sWilli'n s is Anot topo:ad i t c t :ls cial s ays n 7.10 s rn p te i n altap ostirn tie in isum-'



cute tarIsts, :. it i- better tl t put t a entw one, having te ,n hent in line thr t designs ofI thl ',,., i'e ikl nss tr, I 1mlson' l t.l P. 'N..l. M i hnt hician haf enhenudest it cryin.
0el u t h e it w illt u, Li t ( 'ii1 l tioeill... 'mi. ,o, ,. int, a III
f tr vilatin l th r lw, rut it is hardly Mr. McWiltia s also associated ing, an Ca pitnl tock FI I^::.,ill-a 0Swle 1.I ,- a t hn the icrthe arMer in eo l lt yer
practical to attmt t res the with the Georgia, Flrd Alabama their efforts e that the
lawtrusts witllh one hand while the ill ther iut" Rilroad --Atlanothr urnal cla that he rene css of th. wit!,,osed t Te n W. .A .air I ,. tii hylI rT,,r.u, hartanhued into believing
feeding them wits-h the milk of pLnrot c .e e to be desin. a varan this extra se-siun. Ia and Iertopl ir ,rings,, ,I'.,. o L.air., 'lle,' i n ft the world is against him
tion o which th any beome fatandt th e true sense of the ws State is one against it.el t 'cli t ser'e no gooi pur.w \. itcniior, se.. ai7tl tial l salvation lheies in a eonepl
gant. T .dey feed on a monopoly-creat- covering the crimes ofvagrancy andibe- pose. It wouTe sin to '.wrangiwng and stcI,, k $.9i,Fla. lBihd 1 ,,i;.nl, er tlc. warfare on everything else. He

ng tariff. The I)eet ratihe sea es, in- side s mentioning ti Ost, ihmenllyt it ena- Tacrid dtoUispute l'l t ti r- e an e t '197. I.arned from ex eralie t lee hat he fr
prostead of protection monopoly as against umerate\ 'he l grades of vagrancy and the idea.let us ha Il ace! t* The Gain.l o svilm ntLine work I*ers in exa tly the ame I e orchard
on the perol thaprotect thue people against who are to beclassed assuhi An habi e ve...r(inesville, t .la .. 'k]. r u- the I falane f f the country pros al rd
monopou ke th'y nan dwhooule never itual idler, a man who is never altknown Striht Talri nt, D. Srbr a instead of jonin in a hu a
TRUST f d gRwit'hTION. to work, with no visiSle mlans of sup- W Aapitnl stek $1u, n Li, 'tI S,'i t, w a aiinot the universe he ins rejleing m l



persuaded to take a b th because he h. lind tr ntm g aie rt il o e thieat m rasn I st Co iut h. I I. i comes |r 7, '9.. t .,'s- t e o n n t t h : e r. awa kprp it and w .m d.hning
w"You a sk if iso eni i' ht think the prosecut n t ren t t n pn is met th thlt e is plorep,- ,t.' lth o bntit.ttie i n, s t T he t t. % .' *,l' r,,'I e tI's- t ti' t'ryb li en t i mer th







needed yone. W ron (an t.ot e hiredd coveri gt hclrfivmerants fnr hi lvndbe po w e.tls w o ul neare tI' i, wr ani to say tL' t F .td sl l.vp S4t-tk m of en oIw i- th Ia r tfa r e on e! this p elst a de agO Ue
of corporatilons for alleged violrporation of might hav e gone further and moi ted will be and ruineh Sta i, -eause most of ponyS,.lksntl. A I' Irsv unirsel, reckoning. and relty that tpe-
disn a n hon est busine-s, but In fear from s an, dese ie to be designat i s va rantsl do without. will ose e i e, and orto '- ,,,' t trC.turr,'si0 i :tnd i ,ith, Cse m t f m iet,. '. hae h de




Thpeople against t ron pdein v. Thesed i othe r y w lns d a .in w arki n i Thef ls' a I' l t th toi titvr, l.ly us l s 1. .-evalutaah l o lt ,e ints tal
prosecution of gom onropl las.a..' nstwn ies v,.sity oh man, who i.f .'i t ut means, to us, for t st, l ,,,, ,.wav freely arol Meeting of Dairymen and Live StoI k -4.prodts n ah tthe sum an t hsu orcthat

on the ground te tht it hu business lives and dretso e ls l ut sA never d would ha r'tit ,. d exfor v lkn Men. and thae i lr ;. te ; ,ttsn.s
compgue like the ln who ol n,,r ls, ktry. the l o n our n work, nithouei h n oy kind ,etIC.f F lr.a 1 (h hut t, sp With t:8 wkri .i, 'nen




ing.persuaded th take a b th lecalt is he hea lt ch creaturen s wit h ar it an ly ompe that no-t of o r,' ',' romes frmrv. \'V ''hs w ,,I'l.'', t 'nnr e that .1 r. t.f th t. r
needdcall fo r corre tion. I dO not blie lred r rt c, of legaLities, hlt il r the in t -itn weno nearer t r .it to isay tlCat fL erol.sll mI.' n' I,,II f I ln t'i- it h I t ol t i .r d ema
b hiding them; there is any n y ne i n this where there a nd daiv lgrina1d f thy touri l st of thi il o rt I pros.nene y i t hl r ling '- l nl i,;l l ll r Ih ipro.' '. r, si l i urv.eal e weo
country for ev iti. No man tr orra. Ition tread mill run byto a ai nt, tvin'nwo- them, and suchIt i .' -rowdy ah's nl't I ,nwsa t oe ra i :.t ,-n. All .. tr ,inllh e
do r an hi o nest buf nese dfoainsrae c'sl tii 'on tir r a n puis h men t Bth th ik- do w ithl b ut eoz ,iS i"ve n't on ts ieNr,.' Jrl .,'am in lu; tr. it,, ,,o n .1 eti r l y hat o
lthe arousing of the u onscieIn ce of the th I s which she uoeurt- ase al n h amdstha t horida unlss the I, r, t it. mitt I. r eell, ,i i t tt nd i Il p i- 'el t he l'r: ln will n at stro s
thpe op le co painst rof, -utdoin The ose in other t'iordi a i'o. tnin working fr elimhun ated frdl t'l.,- .'m n of thelmat ti-s !, t iih t i' hi ..u'i- i 'l .': I. ,I .hil lis'll I i l' f Ii .S i- n 'd ue .i
whof se busint s methi os will not ntasnd a mae iestecd llf th, n ,l working .loI ifr.st r i d 7It . i i .. ,. 1,i I!, .ii is sh wnw yd


theailrigto or i hitsurarce h' o nt i hn t the woma In he t est ,wrd M hitter hurbs 't s thtt s'' n i '' i .. 'i u '; i Il l i' i' ;h tt
k now that whilea the rile itee mei i -n ; ti y, mt ntr'e i t o a er eir, nith n, ston any h alupr .. r i t-,n rnds'. to, i Technicai Profe' I. t'.' ;,,.I r, ...' tl in,l. I al-i'it bI.> st liartely ide-
on .e insure the ause s of were lth tK l ju.; title such cr atures with. i a nd benefi t th wv.I *. I -Live T.k ,i-' ;l i '.s t-, -n e-
ealfor correction. I d- not li, forani legatii s, fn ut n the. st t inoranceaa "t t a l uable, tie tho prbaha leto"ayto.... o,,es. ... .rthe

there is any enmtof an where ne this where there ar s w 'e '. t ito urist are the. t prrv l a their lingrf D rim Ia Liv ,, $ .
not ralhroads n ii"nsurancet co;iie V l(i t toin mla n, wf ox r ,,,,.iihou, n theansr-tor cha rd






does not follow tltatt all railroad men ''Should the l)eno<' rahit' ; ertv be .l iII Ilt ue de 1,,,. i,...i ... i eh i I -',ll' is t., kei inte-, h t', a t, |it and a oll in suran ce omr a ni s Tl e o' utter n-..n or ull (tl, i ii.'l or on rv tv' .' a I Shb Foun R. i thaIt t I. ,, u.., ., ii n ; .,. i,. .. ..... i i ,ii. ii. 1i',1 >1 : Ie> l l's I .",r ,I.,r ''o
people gundier t hu oland i ethnhe thi n v s and --e.Th '.- are not Oan a lset ,n' lilft vale to ,, izi ,. , r ive t nn t
k lw tk at w while stm n e rw o ilroad m en aihnd ni t'kr t n1 dr Ionjhure ih,.ir rk tl irougreh in, ktop any saIlurila li tI. intIIdbd ,to!s.t, ,,i W i h;, ,. ,ann fr't rt' ., f. i in hl ,
some insurance mti are tcrook t, ju.l but w\ill lUt them o;. a i,,re s (ure and benefit the w -Ij ',. -Live f .1 k r,1 n ., ,t;'- oi. . ,ntitutio al ,l-, -, ;,. t rh a ,n-

dpe ns ua llen owta ke ta bothr all rsii t heIt n radical or ,.nservative" h.Au as' ,. I Sit e F) o und f'tetI ., ;I .iii,' i :, ,: I t


without honor, answer : The Democratic pl.rty should If you are tru h.'.I h liver coni-
RstAho u AhoNnoT. .t'FT he neither radical nor con..rvative. If plaint and ha'=: n,., ,C ,ied hel i C,'i,
RUTSAEr AAIi wlessness. to be conservative. for states and na- this. Mrs .Mary L. I mond, NLO uoyi.
The eradication of lawlestess from tions, like mon. should ne-,vr be satis- Texa. AI va, it ,..... r"*ialth- wiih
business helps rather than hurts legiti- fled, hut ever strive for higher develop- liver trouble Ifor I i vesn I) l
mate industry. Insunce policies are meant and greater pror'.ss. If tobe did me no gol I rt.d ler.DoctorN.
more valuable today 1 i reason of the radical means the indrtirnminate de- and three ittle., I, trd, me I can
elimination of graitina on the part of struction of the tlrn that are, then say too much fri-r rthi e, a it ii i.
me insuranee- official We can eat the party should not b radicaL It wonderful liver mr, Ti, I alwav
opt meat with rwre Atisfaction since shouA be conservative in charghngave it in the hoi., Pl1ulelhi where 'oe
t abuses in the t wee packing busin s wrong-doing, lest by encouraging where wish. SolNt 1,v ird .s. mithCo.
were stopped. If r lroads ard other it do- not exist, injustice he done, but .. ...-.
tltrestis are c lled to obey the once sure of the evil, it ought to be Up-todtate Hab.-rtl.,shrs. Burrs &
lw.t will not retard their develop- radical in its extermirnVtimn." Co., Park Ave. and o1,,nrroe St 21


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a ot irl; but in thr, io ,tfj-ito e li N hr. 1 1.11
jl ....l hirrisrl'f, anIl ofi'r i ten .t ,iniC e'\-
tenti hi incoimeifii tencv r t1,, r t-' sl- ,'re'lut
'ni th' profr i'i n a- ,ia v i,'' .i la'ni Newsvt.
Carload Horses and Mules.
I h'\ve at W@ls11' s labhIl- i .irlod,! of
K,'iliicky hor-s's ai l "'I' i nrw l i t i'l -.
i 'heat s.' it i ild I|e t ever liro',j' it 1 ,t tic'-
ity. 'Call aii see them.r
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tlih system. thierl'''y dslt'trov.'i the
folulrdion of h<' sl,.'-tile. anid giving
th1. patient Atrength iy lbuiling up the
constliutlin iand a sitting nature in do-
ino it- worK. The lprprietors lit.ve so
ui'is'h faith il it- curative jMoi\v'ri that
,.'V otl',r I H indr'eod l Itl' lo irny
tca-,v th'' i i '.l, l (c'ire. s iinl f, r li*t
of t,**i i' lln i, ii.
A.,t.e.s "F. J. 1(111Ei-:NI'Y & Co.,
l"Toslo.s i lin.
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Reat dy as, etIN of ft4., A o. D
aVwar rMpATMoaNNMo. c |l Ta r MIatalmM4,1 "sen to me sd
it 0 111to mamran
t_!e mannashC asutrna money one to
omr., .oah ." Prsident Murphreeo o theWA WoIm I Af me orde to
we Colle, h returnml ho" ;W o "M
-wthe cry I eos .f ,, family rom plssan outg at St. '. R BORLMD.
vAAtMr, nothiM f; st,. .Terea, looking tanned by the sit and MAR, M. c.
S'dy o. 0r s.to r 'un, and strengthened by it te fmd In te the Pensacola JoMnl,
l" 0kyou a" oMehoa a plentiful diet of fAsh t and theestc you take occeloal to
T mTpsTribun*. trash. He is now phyaWly fit to on- yeuTr the Recorder or
W ho" IVl Repls* ter upon his coming arduous duties with prrth r teistw, o
wm run a nB ". me s, ays concerning you 11
*a at pmriem, renewed Interest and l., fal ise 4 W t foundation. You;
a m.carp.ters have bran at work on the Mr. in your articlethat
011 oli. .needed rep and ch ansat the Col-
"~o ne..,y u were own" m
thetk Uwho wlns thiithe t. ted up to meet the requirements of an iia Bhbty, which was on uly
^' ''-" ^',-"--- "-" enlarged office force. The president bu, aiSt ou were able to vwat
In Me" to fti1 eali"tea* has now the s distance of a secretary -bu thMsm ohe second day b fter
'ti t Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. and stenographer, Miuss Neilson, for- 11r,11on the 18th, which were of
MeDougaldl delightfully enter. merly with the Stephens Liumber Com. wordnf-_toth people thAn te
In honor of their neice, Ml Inez any, of Jackonville, as w.-a that of prol Me 7o tThe reorder ia in
gBtinton, of Pemscola, Mr. J.,GU.Kellumnwho will do thebay:l- prohigs of a letter written by a
[young people ffathered In due ing for the college and also the t ko- k omn t oan of West Florida tatm s
N1 nearly ranticipatinK the "fe.aste of keepir, g. In the.. new arrnt thatron tt hfof July, when youwere
gr aenhearts" as the invitations ar-. spice the irkhrit, the ry al invited to be tIoent at the Santa Rosu wr
w + ca d r o n e a t ~ i a l e o a thlo, Ib o k k e ,.pe r ,.a ,'h w ill h a v e a n in .ii- ;sv W
"Therooms wert artibtinally decorat- vidualoffice in which to work. ont n lonot ntratou
Id h1 pink and white crep paper aind Although, a% y,.t, the nw dormitory hedft onticello on tc hnon train of the
ribbona, while from the chandelhers is* r.-ct,l on aj *r: pri'iarations aomed d land went a, far as Marianna,
Ie r suspeT ded SHed sizes. The principle< f. ture of po-.s il,l<, an ,,l t .rai acr'e. of land Iviri, p h in J ack sion > .,,1 rty. Call for
W W ment wax the "-p>rogr,.um ive love- I norLh a ) v.. ,o the olle. iltfik,, prI, M r. LaM ar, and the,. f ct.1 in the
1 a prize bein7 awarded to the have ,,., 1 h d ron Mr ,r known to the pubhl,' The nRecorder
lnman making the best proposal II, M l r. Iart .f wh.i ,, quoted from the l. owir n its ,?ssess"ion.
1e y o u n g I h d y a c c e p t in g tih< t o,,, ) > -',r Itu r , v .:! h. I p la e < ..d 1 it( i, -I, f r I it cytig e
iefu oy. M r. W illiam Varillrun n. t ,. ,l,, -,, r e xcr.l-rI |.r<- , a If u are not gu i; v. :1 investigate
r John HoinsH aux cut for the .gur1- .a i ;,., ,i i .peartrce,, arid w il l,, Y t1te in aur o ,. ,r sl t 1 t ated
of I ljr are **/,tYou strr ative I and I "u .t l.II that yo
aMI' prize, a charmingK trritinvo-iwi.t 14 l, I ('14 (iin ff" OW Wi v It ..n, ;(rna iev hi n iit vo
P Gl ;on 's d ra w ing T i i t-rtm l .r*,.,t , m ; ,.. w ,.. :, .... r:I ; y our o ml 'n. p ,t ; t y. u
tion ." M r. Iloins ea u x w .,a4 th e fo r b ', .th y or t o el i t Ga si d ,
c o n te st a nt hI ll g ir l '# I, ,a , ; 'J h d ,ri +. t, -nl n t- ar t .i, ,1, t1 t r a r t i c l e a*ai n. 1, I , i r I s aid ,
"tnt he r s a n t -If you did, etc." I .now of m y
shaped china pin tray wi, vot -1d w.ernit, ent; -I..... the gyr ;A, Io d.. u
.1,:""!$$7, o^:, na ma % V "".*" h^'!1 "^S '^ 1 .'.'; ';^^;?f "
ai e d W aillCatel h. uilding undL d,,, I yho Aa l ",, n on,,w ledge i tft ,I, ,,, ,ft ),. but the
ious refr shientm or i,. r.-ayi,-en, near,-,.as 10 14 J .I1(irder is not th, ,,aiv ,:l ,:ip r that hat;
d w t f r e e r s r ', J u t l , 1 i .'hoel , n + i i r h r e .: ,l :n t i o n e d o r e v v y : ,i t ~ l~l, h l, s a. c h a n d
! wafers we're olvi-vi freal. Ilr Ir- t il-0 iodal We <" d in antll~r e In tdIallf, tre I 1- ),,,r ,st'll ,m,. e laffhe 1x, I. V,,,,+ )+,,; y t)l,1(,1, 1 ,:, .orm in W rthisdisti +, t, .....
k and w h lt irte r ing w, out )o n1ish vid d aII ,. , e, I'rof. I".,. :u 4ay there ',.* .r ,inals i t every
M inutest detail. At t1:' ho: ; r the F,/.. h ';. ." ,,vote Innltl( l ',,.,ion, and t I ^t, I .in
t m ade their dlspai furv, ,%lore'- ti ,, to thl t o. d l,, 1, betfl during #t,.I, :,I#. class. O ne tu .. 11. .Lamur, I i
win terms of loud tl li | > their !pro,. hi .m th;n r if t :h s h,.r.t,'1,,!,. ;',' t er be n .i., t'., i lf"rctly
ks for the pl i-as tit. 4-v i ,Uri wi,,. of it, ,,, I -i ,.n, ua ririk a ,,,;till 11" atf,.d w ith tll, :; ;,'. a wrI< r
h l invited wt r NMir i 4If v i ni to l .- w i t ( i .- Ind .. f nto, to theextc,.' *,lidmr a polit-
Cat <. Btru Cat, S .ia I V;l. runt o l- MYA ,. coi, cAonvictld, I vl* i,,1 i ,l out yout i
Igld tloint /'l',t D r^.t ; il yl, ~ o ,q ,l'4 \%1 'l'!'";' ,, ,,. f*,.r ;,.|,i ,.- lK .i,t t, i+, , ,!t [,;irnlar, relu;., ,1 ", ,. ..rI |hi. appt-il
Vard H rn. i I hrc<**.;n l Mr.l+n \\ h ,1 , ;+, ,,, rl, IL ,h +.'' ~ ,l ., ... ,: ',,' h;u iea w ho i* 1t, i,.f v, y,,, inl
F V ru n t r, a n,, l I,- ;I I ,,,l, b i ; ( Il t," J +,,i, t L a m ar..,- ee am r)d ;r 1 1 :'r t aP p ei r l-
indrew N, Ars, ,' It,.illm ., (;uite M ,, ,, t, , .,>, | ,.,: ,,|,,.. ;,s i- A n~l you, .... i ....**. v ; thr ou rh-
Cord, Joh r l.n . ,id Earl I'r ,, A y. ,,,i., ii,.. l v a. th yt ouat a .. thro g h
rO; . o+, ,b t,.',a a v
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:,I--'1 vordeto rel i, M-. oa i t )trot th, ,"
I Loyln Plemory of L11#leMargaret I:tha t II Hill a t,,- ,, : "t, .
h l .nr ~ n'yf~ tl M ',r ;,t '.*, :,.11 ,; t <,'.,, tb; l;; ,- tl ir+ !.,,I[~ ~ n ';J^,' t :', i,, f ^ ; Ic:;:h.
Spiller. I t i:. ;. , l V I. .. : o., ir if n fit, r. n, l r, i i ll
L i ttle, M iriti r.t N ,'i!,, , I, ,11H , ,., ?,., ,I. i i -,, , r, ;t >t, thl ll 1 .. 1 ,' .,,' i V
lly hild i of M r. o rd *! Al: i ir. ''h . :. ;, : 1,1 n ,., ; ,,, ; ,tronK a s' hot-h.:,,i.- I l.. itr
1kir, of '1 ilhhalelo we:ll Ir n 1 | .' v. ,1 \ <. ,it. .; V 1,, w. has in thi<' p.; t u|,,,rf" l you
eln ty-flf lt i dal y Of if.t, ', 1l ;!'i, ,h,,1 , l 1 .1,1 1 | .u ., ,, .,, hin mril v ]1 tr th t '.. .'' l<,
ed on the four u'<'till W o f Ir .<' rnn K- ;: .u 1 1 ] ,:', .1 1,t ,,1,.: ,i 1.1 ( ;nP I l ),c ti, V," i . .. i, i il 2 ,n "tr'U ,! i-
4h,. ll~lr)' :."1 .9 |41 0 1+ 1 I(~l]~ '~
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re th e b l66 l ,I I ; o . : . ; I ,. ,. ,. , it 1 ,, ,, , ., ,| M l fl 'rco hfit "f in' l in ****r i. *ri' *l ; :r *, i ,, ..,,r 1,. 1 .,1 I '+ ,.. ri, if fI *1 : i -'a It ', l i l, ,.i ,," ,*
fierce 1.at ,# f th Jily4 r u 11If, Ion .hfil 'bL o.1
J ca rried tu ;, tiiiii v. il<, \ lt t I (1,, ,;,1 ,, |. ; i ,i ,, .. ,, !,,,1 ,|u1 m r ,r l I ,v i:;l a in' l.
t a cool'r ch1 l T,1l i,.In lit II ,ii lil I ,' ;, l, ,,, Ji .,| . I , ir | t" M r. i-.ia n t > intrtl -
ix hope pi o l, i. 1v i ', f i., p itd i'. I" Y 'r v. ... ,, : . i :, ,' I,, ., i .'pr .- ,t;t ;t
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Tu CIORGIA Sm'MCB a0 d 4Mi MWta
MuPPe and raga et fte an fto depirMiti
tImeve bdure. Ad& d o e la IMtbedM.
la4 Electrcal, texute, M .at 04 CimgSM eew g,
glamMering Chemistry, 4and thi ,try. axtauv
and anow equipment of Sbhop, IM Lab, trie el.
New Ubrary and new Chemlcal Lbntratory. Dsw-_a
for SdoollO' gfduates much g1mtor thaat 14w1 Np .
Next Session begins Sept 25.
For Illustrated catalogue ad information adrm
K.G.MATHESON.$ al.,LL.D.,President,.
ATLANTA. GA.


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r, i>I A.t ,. : .- 7 Il nin. V, J. RANDOLPiH,
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( nl' l'l l P' l l l, ' i t 11,. ,"' + ,,' ** 1" I .,''l<+.;i
ror1',- is ; .', I::,.Ic I' A. 1'. CIVIL ENGINEER.
M ,,s orl' I . '. ,I i, ;, .i,) i I 0 1 .1 '
.c 1 10, ;...- .1 -. '. I I' I I.-, i, t E x. County Surveyor.
t l,' l, at, I ,y nI I I .t +I", i ", 1'-
-nit'tl'n'" . .. pr '- For Sale
,.r~y,. [,tum ,; r l l, I -,.'. ..'. ..'.'.tt,' ,,f |"l ,1"il:, l',- I C ^
Sit : O ii n l ;r ' ' ) I f I.. i i'tI
t oh e n o, r t l w ,%- 4 I ( | I l l h M R I I' : t -' 1; ,r : r .. . . .
o'j ,er ;tilln NI .MY A..ARIM JUST WEST OF
n,,,,, ... . ... \ .... .... . 1 '''. 1 1 A ;
I'e"l, stt'. .' f- NV A. TilE CITY LIMITS.
III,.it I I I t -d L ItolTob ceo, Dai't '.,
f,.,.r I, ., ',, ,,. , ... ..1. ... , ,, ...... -- ru ck o r P u ) ltry .
S':: ^ '* ,Ii ,, 1 V .ll-woo .l, City W ater, T;r l!phone.
; ,, .. f :k. I cf .. I h... .4.... ""l A o;ttI t t o D p1. 1 ) 'i, ools.
,'~,:,;.: |':' .. .. :t+' ,u ,, a1n, Ab- out t2 acrCe in r..cl.iried ],ond, exK-
*,r, ,. l ,, (l tI> .i . I. ,I '. I ( 'lh L t or ( ce ery.
. ... A,,,. !." ..... .. i; l ,' o(u : o.rt blet live-r )oom H house, new ly
i.\' ' ,' ". } .r,;: ,I. !/ l tt:t Lt J. A ii .rO'D As,
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IU at JU t t1 h ift 11 it < d" -, i, ), .' ,'l ; ;. '
OW N 11fifil t iv 110 nt -
ToOderly they I uy ni+, hi I" ,r .. tl IIlea.e Expl nn.
S !itqn t 1l'r f;l inil \ l,,t IvI tI l r ,,<+'r .' i v. 'Ii,,'l -v,,illlk. "'., I .;, . ,t .
t!Urari th l I, h r of r|.r ir u, i' i. ol, -,d tatl ; ]t lr ti *- 't' ti r" ,
tr111 i' hIii t Hi.l*I' n l i lw l ,l f it 1 ); a . lll' e 11nfilld a i'nitih r c, + a. al'rt for lttrr' 4 "r irL .1ir.t. I a ,' 1 m uch fl''CT t w Itl it, ,,iiW ,. I i
fin hc v til r i 14 111111 4.1r .:11v l.t., 0, ba1l, < klh l lp w ith son .thlin ,, I, 1 -
thu.i l itti' ( t) w ho ",il o :lw iv'a I '. tltial l'P nh tolt N < ,
W d the,, f Cr t o,' th ,I-r Flith r in i W i lluve puzzled Iover l h. 11 ,1 i;.-
eaV For Mar111rt. th1yr % i l lc in< hffal'; .vrllim tfor copy, in vain t, l,. i,t, 1 to
gthom- w3ht lov.e h r Iw i. ',ol .iant v tl.i at its true iiiwalrdi ,,. \W ill
ot "p 1n1e thit |ii t. u |-r. idl- 1 1irothc ('rawfurd kindly explain W,'
" t.- clive in rotationo" in v 'i i,. ll' ii)
O-tlnr i t ounnd gtn,'ril rUlh' ,.l'rct


Perry, Fla.

Ask our Agent


In thL tir tu it ( 'o nIrI t m.:' .., ,, , i. l )u -
rli,' ':'uit ,f i" 4, 11 ;int, for
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Y,,' ,' tzulv
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Saved Her Son's Life.
''I haoippr't m iot l'r tlh litth1 ,
S,. i f Avia, Mo., i. M rk IAllp"'.
h I v rIt''-: "Onlle y'Ur ;"w my ",i,,
wasw tf 'wl)|' that ur )phymK'ciXi n V:A 1 u>h1,11V
t, I' 1 nl hi ;,' whe ldvfcv, I l,.' li giving" tim D 'Kl11-'-'s
New ili.' c \<'i|V, nd ti | soon lnotit il illi-
lrov)viivrit Lt., for a ew w\ vks, 'when
v, was perfl'.*tly well. i, has w .ork d
Atn :,(,ily tinic ait carpet( t-r ,work D)r
King's N.\k % lmcovery saved 1li, lift."
(iiiarantt 'tl 1 ,,st cough andi colhi curt:v 1.


i,; ( '. +,('.,ll, (',i n l. ,t i .t, t. \ n :;. .1. '; i, ,r-
l '^ l'it', ,ll o ',, tl to ':v, yo( thf, I ni es of people who
v. 'i,, ,.' l-:1nly M ',1ll[,,,, ii, : .,.;L .1. h- I i. ll:l' t' b ou g h t
I 11 litn-i if 1.11 4 G d %- .11111 1 1, %% .\ .....
v~It ki. ,i n 11 \.l~ t rli-ai<,4 1 i l l i < II11I <\ f / O
,'v'lt ,,.I 1 'wife; W C-11t 1- L V-er'.
Sn : Davis' 10 per cent
,l ), '1.3 i-I'l 4ll lt41 ll0 1 i l j l.lly. ,I ti, W | ),'76; 1
winl Mir, D nl)< hill, ll wilt( 1'. Iv~rufr lDvinill\. I-: '~ .^ _ ^
""" I'" ""mil+"l) '" "" 'Pure Paint
* M I i ii t< < .I)v -'n illt l--F rt 1 <(',,isi, ;,o ;.l .ho r hii.i -,
(',,ilium,. l),.f,'ndlant-. +- I~l ''o lnIi+ r. ,,|" .Mirl ,'in i,.
II hI ' i I M-eI nI adte tt aT),eo tr I0,. ,it. Ii,,Itvii You will recognize among them the
lt, th, t Ih eA. ltaidm ief. In, ?a,,-tvl,,L '. Ic< W tiai\ pro llI leIt io i'e of your locality, Iany
I,,d (Imanche Demilly ie re.,.idents or ti city ,if ot win aire doubtless your personal
c "i,,nml, .'ity of Chathni. in the Slaz ,ft'I friends. Ask them their opinion of
1 (,.,,'rl-, at ^l|,i Bar airrd a'n-.,t; tlii '11 D.lt|[,J'n0! 1,, ,, .. ,. o.l <(
a, a I.-.n,. (olin. antd Jse1.hin t'.,i, hre-.I. "'-"*Davis ', and we are sure you will use it.
,.,it. .I' Acworth. counLy of O.flb, in h( Sltatet
,,r; <,,iin. that there is Ino i'eris hin the Sateof Davis' 100 per cent Pure Paint will
. ..t. ..... I Davisf' I00 per cent i i whPur.I -I.i __


S ~Obituary. i,, ,,xcpltio io n .secisl 'afse, Iut tie al drt-gg.'.-.... t50c untl n .il,. 'Trlil .,,uh ,, ..the r (,f .ita l'knlii. lfuix stand the test of the most rigid Pure
S EdwardA Ilam ltn Alf '.r ,,l, i N-'>'wv % oins I o tore'jcct th le r l II, i1n t,,ttl eottle fr,,. *" l ,,,ni l. n ituhe Dfonnilly. l,,ui, o'lih,.s t,,, J,- Paint Law s
r .ed h l life on ih 1. it I h ,i s- lL (i ak I lon 'r t I - n. ....mIa -,i hin. I'olliin; thuat Sid l 'f.itlatl'L i.C ('. For sale by
U t o l i r > kmi|,nlv ih illanche De ilb-v ,i.. each ,, Owr ,h o
t r,1 lI7, i Itou(.( it \i A %, was the son of W ; ,d .1 meeting of the City Council. wh e, hiv li'. Visin visiting ano lu, ,ir nit i, ,,n- cm.inadi J,,,ndi* ,.',,it,,- .col., n- COMPANY.
A ord, nd W H IrT, i '-.,i,.-... ,, .\t o' lting of the ('ity Cotiunoil on 'CITallihwu.ss,. rlative., the past p v w k, ",l', l h." Ift o tw'ny-< .,ar:- oi T llah e). 'loi a. 10
Uny .I'w "h ",0It theirit forest. ordered thatt 4ahd! ,|,,f,.dant,-. Toat1ohnesee, -FlI-rida. 10
tihnty, N , J tl i tn y i '. I ln l tih,1' m .t thatai fov pus d o '- lha\' rt u l, Ii Lom e. I.,i., rknilly. Blanche !ni b. I, 1L,111 ('s,,ih,.
0j W18 fi'd H d a t Trit'1 1lty .1l it ;.n ,,4, f. t1lutiling thrl gi.lalcr .f lic 'll- ( I) | 'ruttt, of thi litltist ,n, Ja nd lhhineCollin e and thi) u c r hrei ,* NiTICE .f Ap.licatiin fnr'Tax I)Dl.+ iven in
11 1 l c 4 l I o lqut t o h i lt 1 m l ity,, l t othe t + ~h d a y o f, ; oni NTI.C E f 'A ppr in c a t io n f n'r,, l jm .+;ix in 7: f h
-. C .,, w here Ioned t1h| cht rti. iitill t to, i1 I ,, i ,1 ,1. It 'i,| t ,t c Io,,' |i 'iv n thiat at w ill rdunt .itr the rite ,t balptiMl.| at r.,d I h'l t tthlorder le ipul,' h '. n 0,, n .a s ,or T,,," ; '. t ltmltE Y h IVt ,f THAT V
rm"'tc tiv owl ikinTheWe-%tr'yI TI t," ('; t' IS t Y (; -tA .V
: ';t. 1,i .,\ pleriublixhi .(J loo the' t'+y to.l 'talh+t- N 'a(*t-x*- -, -wter. I >, f 44' In'Ix ov(i11tific totnumber
r Dny o(f voluntelis and Nt rved his cui-l oui il w<,i uh h, tr c,,,|,l itit t'friril ul" .Silitinday. itl will preach .1. u .tal at | ... ,, aid countyy of I1em. 1. datt-1 JulyM ">. l<,. haK fIl W y, |I l ,l(li,,r 4111111 Ih l w$rW l W a. % ,I ,, ,|, ,ti I, l, l lp',.,;I1r blteto thetn', o nir t, i W\ t N .. H-. nry 't. Feikl., t ,a. ca l ,,rt, Il i% l. tilt nReal nd l.pha. i.1 for tax ded to
' il4 h,:ltl. *t' it It|.%s ll ii {'t, 'a |. n '" 4 1 lthrol f, this (t (it ,\1 Set.e r. ib-u e i' a(-..rordance ith law. S a;l certiflcate
11 *l " 'l 'h,> ,, ;) ,'+ m IS t. ',r<'a thili A. / i 1 ) n.,a ,s thl f.l',w in-> d,.i l,-.il I ipropl, ty, situ-
S Ldwtihtd li.ltil 'it Alf,,ord w ,s a CiLL tI ... ,,i, \\ I. lu . W I- w ,k |. 1 (..l n W .*Hllend.ersto ll d l ^1.A1. N Y T. "ELK.E1. i,tvIn l-. r-11 11 of ''if i I ll;,I .,l.- -i .4 li ,'ll. w tl, hi.h .to I, Gr f il rl b'a nl I Cl.rk ,,rf Sn i ( ,t. ,,-. ,af of the outh-.an t ,ml, -,.t r of section
Sfu tillVr, 1,i). Ho ward anib 11 *i t turty ix 1'3)in n townhip two (21. north of range
1 1 1 o f 1 1 14, >tit h. l It ,,l, t i *i Vilt V ,l :. !': 1 1,4,, 1 v 1,r \ It, 1 ti I l i. t IV 1 1 L e w i s M i S > ; il G U A R D I A N 'S N O T I C E t h +, t ,. <; ,,. .., t. ( ., r i rl nn M a r e + m ,,r% or tle .
isth a it o 11.* llt- -l'us tmi l ht ifi u- H U( e w s ;n|i. -M v.II, < ."N,D L 1 Vi, L e w is M i t .ls 4 ra h 1 G U A R D IA N 'S N O T IC E I hi t* .(;I. v. ast. coni in mt io aw re4. mitre or le .h
' haht l I Ib. b^.,!1 b 't l ll I. | l..t d t+|;111(- in1 \\'11.1"+ ;,'.*s| *I,, ,\l 1 '+l yIS E B The ; d land i r bin riri me d at the (lnate of the
ig, It u.l ItI8 1tz fl , 1,ct.(0I, and rs, :, .ip,,;0As Ialle lRandolph,U ,. TygI%.;N I- TTI I'N- i nance, aiicertificate i the, name of In-
,!rl.. 1,,, 11;t (.;U Vi-lthrop litd a i n ( sa ,i,.,: n el'U nlian ,f the at. ..f.. f harh. kb n. ,,le^ aid. certifeat4 *hal I r lemnled
,,*^ , l . t " 11:' I I. l .< fie,,)l o; t \Vint r0o )'- w ho 1 ,A i,, !' ,ltJo.hn > 'lb ht I'iosl. hn. h. rdlH to lt. tu d tld V ill i+utlt' thr`-M on on
$1. \V.1 ili l iod t> M l M i 1 <. r\ l .ill 1 .* 1t|1rdlictiNn o the H ,ni I1. A. Mr. ,- the t i. y day tof thtolwr, A. I). liA 7.
id, x,,, 'l. v .t I M i. A id w't .,,,. bit h,,, ,,, viit to M r. l l rl's. u .... ,,,.+ Jtn ,f f t(',,,,:.v. l.. k p' twt' \V ,.es+ hein i ,M atunre" arwI eal'this 19th
'W llhhldf i ,{ *lill~t l. -;t'l '.- 11l, Autlr| t, M I + |I|| ~l ll' \ IIt ,,'t '|" i-|ll ,I1|1 ,' < \\|,t r, ) Thi frt lld r h.,,l,, """' th""" c lr h u' te. ,-" <'"'; hy. L,,' kin. u |- W ,0,fs ml ..lir.~ r Hw. D.a 1h lth
T Y, h. ,1I ,A 11114% \ ar h M ini At ill., ,n, v ill th .! ,.( i. l t.t .hn \\ 11.,'i r, ). This frc is- lr ,S N i Is w in tht c. ourthu.se. 11 o ny, t ii .* *J.b M 7V .Sth. s li d h.. n>.. \r ii ); i viss p, iv..tl t* l1oo- on th .. *n .,,.| || M ,t% l )ln |,tte. N. C Iv -4,.of w o 1014. I' 1 1 llInu ,hi, /htl r 1 To I Ih.l e l -Slo l, ii pu ,.t,. rI I. toi )-' 1-1---., t .. -,.on ii fterat r I can tl> hoM d. fio, auth..l)nt'y Clerk Circuit Court, Leon county. Florida.
Ildrt n M I Alf..n-l lua. I .t 111$,,1 I t. Pl' t t \ .. .. .. t 1 following dew ri|-e l Ipr.,it r '. i ( i1 ,,n lt ( t, i t e* th iistl.M, .1i. iHad Tetter for Thirty Years. -I ...unty. to- t; w .w. ', ,,rs,.- e 4 W'II.
's ,>,l n lf 'lvin. t i ill tl. I d( aC- A .s' scho,,,, i,,ar, the r(llllat i..n of ", t, 4 ', 1 l ow o ip 1 8. R n el W. -,, r Nr.,.r,,- BAS- B, all UtT
Their m i I ho .o% 01r1, .ild ovo ur; n th ,is li>vt- u,'. n lrv with tetter for tiert ...>,i mino W N HOATW ithTll Two prettie*t games of ball of the
theotthl. ..n w,.l .., thl.t of itiv, t 0t, the 'm-,' v ,,l\ e, ,,f th|,' - : ,1 | tried most co'tltl"; uaan of theeateWN, harh- Au.IT'l' I season were pulled off Wednesday and
3 1Jer 1 i. ili.th'r> Kligh ShtIool mi the \VolliIi'., ( ollh<. i, nidl \, I little, if any. rltt. j,,-h,, an, d Elbrid pt-.oh :,-: Thutslday between Tallahassee's second /
tL r. A, "hl" h, ,'.lyil Mid parents of it| \01 hoPd'i].!. ,, In \a torture.tlan h 'vak i Noti-o p rt Owne s team and Crawfoixville. Tallahassee
t, ont g ut v'ey n wll vat. t.tion for tt teir Ilttl.Y o,,ns cannt It a li .. torture. It n othnt; tc HEREY GIVwN TIAT Til. boys played in hard luck up until the
.tctsiln. or thrtis,., h To t4nt a -ittmetimesbut nothi-':. last inning, when the bases were filled,
t!" lt felte ,it 14 ifv|t 4 ,,||l,l:i|Y t-itio-,. %%tom .mb tc hll o s'+| h'| o M ,' \hil t itt|-,,# to it) o.-LD. !11 i~. B AC !,31 t ,a ,I'ota k :.u cl th mm.Ciy al ie a m a w r h r ih hat rm
Ae 41f itm a vri en Aines. atIt s d.DuAr, -In. well meet at the Conuneci hanitir. City Ha'It. then Watson wels there with his three-
.V lunch fr iln d 1. 1ii a titflvil lhtlr. I) r .e'Witt's Carbobtl Wi "-.. hamlrla alv ,tm, ,,r nTal!Iht Flril. on Thurayor o r Oco- Ibagger, which won the game b score
S AlfIrd will Im vii -.. I ^ .|itlyv. ,th l hiW it, ( arl'oli7,-l \Vitwh llaz*l i, fr 1. l', I.\ rllla sMsee Drug Co. ix.r 1mh. A. 1. at L M o'clock. P. m., forthe 4 to : -l
hi hornm ral ii In this it\. Sal'.-v 11 goi l for bioils. burn.. cuts, .-.--..- -. pur ,r he n compaint and rv.-c vinrlesi- 4 W iliam pitched fine all the
To his iur iiv rlt-lutiv., tre, i.t-rs caIltI a i skin dis,&t. It ,,ape Heo's a chance r Sene N r forh *.f.ra othl rany pr<, rty, -eal or last game, but rr lost hhis game,
ie brother, as wvll an hnK family cily mood for piles Sohl dly alldrug- 11* .dot perfn4. reviewinianfl i eoqualisingthe todille d Tallahaesee wtU
oleeuml~~t,',|ur a~e rtfPt~llai| s nlal ,fn'lY ]Rm.." I W ,ewallt -).I aoe o4in T allahasse t, trwfor' l d T llassee wil
r t n i ihth,.v .. !+ Wen bl p, thy ( l M r. 11. 1 IF'udge, tht, genial Iproprie- Ibuu i'tI can ut ] e lt iFn Tittyfor ,unclm -t r on mtde- play offm te tked at rayatTh'clock
ce to iar withi fortitude, their gNrMt (tr of the Ihon Air hotel nt lininhrkdge, un this winter. There is money yn thin r- t.r.,rin *peelled rovrn thmselv, ,.. The line upof e tiwo term was a
S). "A FtI'.NI. (;i., was a guest ul the leon thlt early for some mon who has, ot some hustle co.dinily. A. L w..IVIL IA follows:
September li, \. prt of thi week. In him. Wate at once r particular Ct yrk. Cty oTallahaste. Tallha -Cooksey C.; Wata .
'h wt, r a 'd, ht ThiH *i the weather for Hain Cots. to Arcadia NuriseriesF. H didt.liron 4t Cet ne19A. TD.a.1.171 p Williaw 1Ir Meiodt!.;M
the way to et rid of a cld.,whether Imbrdiln and&Overshoes. (;Go to Burns J. H. OmAtoAU. JR.. vors, teent.. lt. A. D. iw7. at." J. B. ; Hriod, Sd h.. R S S 8.;
be a "bad col or just a little oi & Cu.'s for them. They carry a lArge 29-4t Mangr, Monticello, Fla. Captain J. L.Thomas wife and son. field F._r A
tu t.otf ithem out' ofryayour a Cataine 'thife nd rh.field, L. F.; Rorgoe, C. VP.; Atkhin0on.,
to wlet it out your lysth cur, stork. and rice right 26. -UZI"^^ Edwn, returned from t pleasant visit R. F.
l ialythoe that c onin opiate Mr. D W. C. Yarbortugih, of Chatta. PC Ia. to the Jamtown Exposition yester- Crwfordvilie-SBha. C.; ;o"
eonatilttlnK. Kennedy' l axative hmocher, was registered at the ,eonm on Six Room Cottae Call Avenue, daY P.; StC1.It B.,ray, S .i .
h Syrup Contains no opiates and Tuday. all in good re irad funishedl with Mr. and Mmr. r and *Master Forbe, Id B.,; IL. D.
S entlyon the bowel. Pleasant Take Hall's Family 1411a for consti- modern l An to Walt rreterao a Tuesday from a smith, C. r.; AU i I. r.;
11e. od by &B drussists. nPation. 2 84t Ia C. V"ett to Panwcespdge., Greas, & &


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efl


Propr.















mtee that
t the red may he
and tAe nation is jaistfied
up what the states will
el.ome to a4dgment on
surely. Pobly roug
( losmEg hi unused power, the
have responded with a volume of
lating and restraining statutes tht
*arrfant the officials and stockholdero of
'e roads in asking what is .to come
after the storm. None of the efforts
at "regulating leadift to sible own-
hiphas paed the revil of appel-
te courts-as yet all are in doubt.!
Bt here issn attempt to catch a bird's
:.' revieww at ti asslng throng:
SThree hunde bi ls have been passed;
Stwenty states have reduced rates or
have declared.the purpose of doing sol
Ohio was the first state to adopt a flat
S two-cent rate.
r Indiana has a flat two-cent rate.
Iowa gives two cents where the gross
.: earnings foot up $4,000 per mile. Michi-
an gives two cents to all roads with
gross earnings of $1,200 per mile. Wis-
k onsin gives two cents on gross earn-
E _gms of $3,500 and West Virginia on
Slnes over fifty miles long.- Nebraska
PtUt her two cent rate into effect last
March; Pennsylvania tries hers next
October. In New York the public ser-
Ti t e commission has power to makethe
iratle. In Massachusetts the systems
have voluntarily lowered the rates.
,' The new commissions of Vermont, Mon-
tana and South Dakota can make the
rates.
; Now think of the work piled up for
the supreme court; think of the per-
Splexity manufactured for the holders of
r l rilroad bonds and you will begin to un-
' 4erstand what is the matter with Wall
street. People who have invested for-
.'to .n in railroad bonds hardly know
t own property and the government
S mm1si6ons in Washington will find
idif fieulty in locating the owners when
they assess a fine. -
S Occasional headache, belching, bad
taste in the mouth, lack of appetite and
slight nervousness are symptoms of in-
digestion which, when allowed to go
neared for, will develop into a^lase of
dyspepsia that will take a long time to
get rid of. Don't neglect your stom-
ach. At the first indication of trouble
take something that will help it along
E in its work of digesting the food you
eat. Kodol for Indigestion and Dys-
pepsia will do this. Kodol will pnake
your food do you good and will enable
you to enjoy what you eat. Sold by all
S proggists. t
The following items were taken from
the Jacksonville Metropolis of the 9th
inst.:
MRS. ELLA 8. HAND.
"The funeral of Mrs. Ella Starr
Hand took place from St. Andrew's
R Episcopal Church yesterday afternoon.
The Rev. J. H. Moody conducted the
services. The following gentlemen act-t
ed as pallbearers: Dr. J. C. L'Engle.
Robert Gamble, Capt. W. M. Davidson,
M. H. Houghton and 'H L, Habbett.
qTI. A .t..... ..... ; ....... ..


3.6 e *a ti1 Mrut.
So"mrmay years Chamberlain's Cough
ltdg M constantly gained in tavor
popularity until it s now amo
th*mot staple medicines In a4A
hU an enormous sale. It Is ittedn
especially for acute throat 9od 4.i,
diseases, such as cougha. eoldM ana
crau, and can always bI pend0d
"pqn. It is pleasant and'fe.o take
Sis undoubtedly the bek lt ais i
ket for thQ lburposes for which it is in-
t&aded. Sold by Tallabasee Drui Co.


Headach


Sufferers
Do you want relief-in
just a few moments and
no bad after-effects.
'If so, you have only to
take, Dr. Miles' Anti-Patin
Pills.
If subject to headache,
have them with you al-
ways. No harm can come
from their use, if taken as
directed, as they contain
no opium, chloral, mor-
phine, cocaine, chloro-
form, heroin, alpha and
beta eucaine, cannabis in-
diesa or chloral hydrate, or
their derivatives.
Ask your druggist about
them.
"It ilves me great pleasure to be
able to refer to the Dr. Miles Anti-
Pain Pills as the best remedy we have
ever had In our house for the preven-
tion and cure o6 headache. My wile
who hus beon a constant sufferer fer
years with the above complaint, Joins
me In recommending Pr.. Mileq' Anti-
an Pills. hoping they muay fall Into
bands of Pil wl'o iffer."
J. I. BUSHI, Watervelt, N. Y.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first package will benefit. If It
falls, he will return your money.
25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind


PANACEA SPRINGS.

Florida's Greatest Health Resort and
Place for Recreation.
G. F. & A. Railroad sells round
trip tickets to Sopchoppy at especially
low excursion rates to parties coming to
the Springs. Tram car from the hotel
meets all regular mail and passenger
trains.' Thosei who want them can se-


Shie inItermenifII t was in evergreen tiemeIi.'I.I - .....
tery. by Charles A. ('lark."' cure hacks at SophlholpPy to take tlhm
Mrs. Hand, who was the widow of over.
James I,. Bull before her last marriage, At the hotel will be fiu di am,11 1IE' ac-
lived in tillhhassee for riny year, coinmodations the yar roiiun. (d
and the ..npathy of her ol friends lake and salt watr li.rhiu. Five or
go out tu r dauhterghter in their re- 4x gasoline launchs to take lishing or
cer bereavement pleasure parties out anvy dlay. Miner;',
SMISS I anrd salt water l) thi .ll l i in tht sea-
MINSS ANNIEI1 1LTi. ut, 'GsuSn
"Miss Annie C. Burrough, daughter Hotel rate-; ?l9.ti aondi 1* ll per
of the late Dr R. 1. Burroughs, died week. $127.00i per i.n hili. For further
in this city (on Saturday nizht. Seltem- particulars :iullrev's.
ber 7th, at the resid,'nce of her broth- JOHN ( TICE Manager,
er, Mr. Joseph If. lTrrOgh. The re- L Mina r
mains were taken to Savannah, Ga on PANAC'A., FI.-I)UI)A,
Sunday morning f,, initerirent in the .
old family lot. Mr. .Joseph II. Ilur- -
roughs. and Mr. (liver ,u. l'urrnugs, y
brothTrs of the dlc(t. ed, ,a'oipai-t Econom y Fence
the renuiiin"
Miss llurrouih- wvi- wcell kntwivi in If vou ientiild i i'T'n'one-
our c;ty, and her fri -Is hvr N \, i 1 .I in',. it will I.'v v t. i **<
paiucd to learn ,f fo r ldea;th bo) r lr p r't.-.


MMlis.,AIlil; i s**si l..
S"I'utl'rai l service's OV(r the lt' of
,k NMrk AMllic lue ,ll l ook '`,plcl -t v e r-
day fr.n). N Mittieww's .M1'ti o t
, 1,l'.i li. The l v. Kdw:,)'d I". 1.L( ,. t1 c
S pa-t ,r, iai, hit.h tr'liit 11| tlie worlh
of thi. ii,,oble Christian imn'tn., \%h,-e
life ln'l u .in;ll, vWt re given un st'lls.hy
towards tUe l le'vati,,n :i'di li tter'!.i.tt
ai ll cl.s.t of hn r Tity All th, .s ,-
cietie., of which .sh w*k a. mL'ml'r
W re r larep inumb.n;-, t-..t i ing thnri,,y i
F th,.r npIre.ciatiin of th.' gr''; t *'r4'. o
ren. Ji're 1 .y the de'easted. 1I nlk. C(lnlr's
Sovioty turned out in lai,u numbers.
furnishing their own carr'ageo, *arry-
ing handsome tributes of tow 'er.s. which
they placed lovingly on the riewly-made
grave. They plainly showed their nor-
row in the loss of the one who had done
S o much for their future welfare. The
following gentlemen acted as pallbear-
ers: L. I. Stephens. W. K. Bartleson,
E. E. Cleaveland, G. E. Pickard, G;. V.
Salzer and W. R. Waldrop. The Ixxiy
,. was laid to t est in the Cty Cemetery '
( beside that of her husband, Albert J.
Russell. D. E. Cooper had charge of
the funeral."
S. The public is invited to investigate
the Worthington Roller Window Screen
at.J. W. Corbet's. 27


Lame Sacs.
This is an ailment for which Ctham-
tin's Pain Balm has prven espe-
valnable. In almost every m-
AIt affords prompt and
Mr. Luke LaGrange, of *e.
o fIt:"After a.


II (n ;I I raI A -I ,\-' I'" f r
th e ofI. 01ho I'p lv


BEST and


V2HEAPES7


' ,a.n


William Roberts,


40-tf ('enlre% iil'. -. vInia


Opp th, nervyou
0 Wd breath,
genral debIH yaz d CatsArr
4f the stomach OW, _to Indigestion.
UCdaI relieve* mI This ne v dlsoovm
ary represents lsjuices of dIC55
tion as thay *el I% it beaIthY stomikeh.
combi ned Milt d* tes known taMS
'Ind recanstruadv% 1"WlS. Ka)dol ft
dyspepsia does aoteaIV tHsve ndigesleft
and dysiepallaw bi*At U~ famous remnetf
hel. a atm sb t.!Us by cleansing,
purifying. qws'als ad strengthening
the mucous mletbrsup lning the stomach,.
r.S. S. fIl, Raftmea .w %,VA .ns'--
I wasatroubled with SOS1010 kfor twerty yearl
Kodol curedmens ad we so Mw usiri; it in mu
tot baby.'
IFOII ACKtAOIEU..WAMK IIDNEYS
TRY
DowITs KIDUCYO5NiSM 141.1.-LS-orte aid14
Prepared by L 96 OSVMT AO0., Ohiag
For sale by all druggeist.


Jeff. D. Ferrell,

WHEEL WHRIT and BLACKSMITH.

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


$A portion of the public
patronage is solicited
and satisfactiOn guaran.
teed.
f. 4


Millinery,


Fancy Goods,


Notions, Etc.


MisslAdele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.


.Tallahassee,


Florida.


Fancy W~ork Nl:,to? iiI ij&Q at



Heavy and Pdrtkid Iir flaulinq d
Spvdm~lby

0, 1.AVERITT,


Stat.' A '.


1 thi.


Austin Road .I;mchi cnry


Sti'i S1'rrrtk


r'..''.. Fla.


"'I l)4f(Il. -,


ALEX Wt':'D1DELL,
Bf:! ,'fiR.


Cho~'ice' II


iT.


J. H. HORTON J

104 MASONIC BUILDING.


Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work


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


taken to please r
rons. .


my pat-


Ike.$


'O~ldj lb


ifll",(G..")"
1 I. RANT,'.l1 > N


~V. ('OLLINS & ('h).


S A BOARD
Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, CAMIO$N, SOUTHERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICH-
, MOND, WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, .
NEW YORK.
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY


SEABOARD EXPRESS


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II


SEABOARD MAIL


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT


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


RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE

COMPANY.

Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00

HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS
OF FORTY ONE STATES.

3 PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURANCE.

'If you become totally disabled
the Company pays yor premium
without interest~and the" premium
are not., deducted r face of
policy. .. . ,
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEAJI.
THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY ORSELL.


-I..


p


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


INSURE YOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUl WIFE.


---- AGENTS WANTED. --

IRA'.SANBORN, General Agent; Central Floridk.
Carrabelle, Fla.

I *


Seasonable Jewelry.
N13 kto.Ik o f. t.mnner.Jclr.~ r Completc In cer :1.hir


h ibs
k. .kchntinl-

I' i(t%


Btracelets
:[lslt PIns
CuffButtons
Scarfl Ins.


IDia:'i''tid tuid Sigiiet kings


'I". N ich olso n 9 JEW ELER


.i' .I "


I I : : 'I I 1


GEO. H. HOLMES,


Undertaker Iand Funeral Director


and Embalmer.


Dlay cor AIS W'


Av 1.11.


I'Phone X0.O 44


R.G, Fl-RRELA,9
4 ,o& vtstr to A. 'I Rollins)


Kinds of Fresh Meats.


Discharge Notice.


Nwi cii. is1). "1" .w I Mr,.q"o aft, tr. I
dat4. of the, tjv*' I, I*.rh:.ir I will
my t,- a'.. .. i~ Ju4.I, (ofI'S .-.'

Taliahasmwe Fla.. At-TI ", T. P4.1"
AttacKI of Diarrhea Curi4 by one
Dse of Chmaubilrlallas Chol-
era&amd Diarrhea Reaedy.


.'-:ni f~ctb ~ 'W~XLt'*.l.(;i%-(- me voiir orders~. IPrompt
I(OlIl~l[W'llIIIST (LASS MEATS.


delivery.


Ring up Phone No. 283.
Yoir Breakfast.'JI inner and Supper alSuccess when O()rdering
Meats from nry Stall.


I was so weak from an attack of
diarrhora that I. could scarcely attend L ..
to mny duties, when I took a dose o! 9
Chlamnberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar-i 1
rhoma Remedy It cured me entirely, CONFECTIONER and GROCER.
and I had been taking other medicine
for ine dayswithout relief. I hearti- he Choicest and Freshest Goods -at
ly recormend this remedy a bemmg the
be to y knowledge fr bowel con- the lowest living prices.
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V;PoLLAs *06"a vWt eswm,. ojrse leaders. Thy h n V),fls
.. ..m. e---- ,n-mbboo0zing the votinprB e olities
bIaIed r lseadCb ow ertur A ismt as have invented Iwsee s dand stalled op- r, Iand lam
obe P o fs Me*IS i Iteftso position. But d hardemst blow they W
MIL5tmS have struck yet was to-appetlntly- nationn of
-*oab ~^c^-A swallow whole, without gagine, the summoned(to
wild and crasy theories and fads upon
CuIbse"st#eO" Telephon0 No, 1 i.n, .mfto3
u I ..m .m t whlch the Democratic masses have been semtonrl t
-, rii .1. oro Y.Pw Y, In A4rvarne. fed since 1896, to their own utter do- sllah s.e.' u ouri
AdvathMin Rtes on Aopelljtion. struction. has ,,nt out
............. Disgusted with Bryanism, the Fras itr Th Treei Ds*eset toe the Offlell Nw*per Bryanites "knifed" Bryan in l((. Sine 1. WaiO. repo)rtedW as
f Lows Comety. grilled at repeated defeats under e grat Im ta, :r.d Mr. W
.. -- .... leadership of Hryan, th.- De a ,a ,: if tgroat p tyand
TallahasserdrWSay,Septeber20,197. nonlinated l'arker in 1:sl, e ,the ern!" ..nn i p, Co!!f
SBryafflte.s "knifed" hum right ftfId left, troller Oror, .I1 their members of
"."i., in order to r,r,,vc that oily by electing the Board of 'I r ii treated with a
... ..... .-- "-- Bryn cul party "ave." flipney t,, : :tnded to ast a
SWIlu. aky l -tr..--,u a*d ,t e, l ,., ,p .u.. r _.W .t pon th : l ility. It an one
and Inlurt. in th. nr.. a,,rAr nia t y Nivire ...ow, .. 'l i cti.s pr'Vail will eXamin, ,r ,otrds of the 'Tr u .
under y cu,,i'n. r ,.rc.,la.mi. N.'t among ti.Ose w.vho are still "loyal" to toe during t. ..,r- 11876 to 1887 he
.g. nh h..." .r'',,r,"' In I. _, liry.., .;.. l, Rit!.publicans are up. will find that '.i V.,ile' worked a very
Did the last legislature establish tt,.lilti'i"v ;I their calculations ,ty ex-. duiul .i,,, f a thtantq-
Offiee of "State Inspecter of Jails, or ploiti. -'n. of the wildest f he acres of l,., ., ien him during
has it been created by executivee or- .ryani, th.oecs of government. In those year I thoughh de disap.
der?" thV n,,.antiime, he conservative Demo- pearod after period from public
Hon. John S. heard has- hastened ti Vrrts asru,'r trbe to use a turpentine notice, he ,: L. l, ,Iagain in 1908, af-
ter the pilyurn'' 1.the government of
climb on the prohibition band.wagin. farm ri xpreopn-"betweft h--I and the "Indiia itit to claim the
May he cling to it -until the cow come high water,'* enormous suti ni ir the State of Flor-
home." The Ni hville American thus gets ida of $172.,.'", -r, a four years' eon-
Sir Thoma_ Lipton has announced his down on it.4 knees and beseeches Bryan tract, mi ,','. w.ent. yeala before
and which cur, r,,.t h',I h enabandoned
Intention to again challenge for the to sayv. th Iparty: "Upon the action by him for -t:. I r..
American cup In 1 NS. An Irishman of Mr. I'ryan, more than that of any Colonel %%, -,I essful scheme"
never knows when he i4 whipped. othbe ir-.livlual, depends largely the (aide from I. ,nt labors to me-
"--" -. fsto of lthe party in the coming contest. e
When It is writ in history the l 44 If Mr. I:r an i nominated he will b curet pat entsit ,' which service wa
legislature will stand, out a a mo-111 defeat.l. It the nominee is a Dem,.o- jly entitl e 'I which service
mental fallgar--eriininally .xtravalWant, rat to wi,,wi, the Bryan element of th, he did re,.u ..i ,r his contracts,
and hopels mncompI.t.nt Br riso! party i ,,ppo,<.ed| he will be l..fe;atd. qtuiltaquant .1?, wasto "sttgk"
Times- Demorrter The orly hop.e lies in the mnutil ,~ the pro until ,, Indian War
The neowslpapl.r men of FlorMka will; Nionns gid an candidate and platfo-rrnith co wr. crowned hi
regret to Ilern of the mifortiunr of' which !1 i)onirocrats, in thi spirit .:n com When hi
-Ediltor Everett M. C,.nova, the iI'olk i av'pt. Mr. Bryan with hii larv,,l- ialth faled. K it ,tLr cbntnued there
County Record, whio wans ti'k'tiw ltit lowinKg and great iiflun"i. ht s a ,I work under it t.

week with a mi l fornm of im ntal al,.r.- opportunity to do th party a great -- No wonf,,. that. thetestimony
ration, and tak.n, to the er,. of r.ila. vi,'e. II. n;iy dccide0 t3 .Io it given by (', 1'. .* ,s is regarded s
i(or ni ti .much t',' .:!,lit than that of
tives in his forn.er hol, St. Ajlg- S.u,.h ppi.'a a;'e hopl.. Mr. r'y. uch men : ,. r Jennings
Si .. ia not the Ie'nocratic part' n'r Compete ,, 'Jennings
Taking the peo1.'. mrnf.o.- -,rin doir i hs' <'irry it about iih hiq vot ; "Wil.' ,,
the Everglade s ill I.- ;',n I ti ll e 't \ Ih i nit 1 ,i',lh.d, i ft',,r [D) m ,.' r.at :, ,, knows, andI
next gubh rn lrial r n ,, 0. ltu it ,v .rvvl,.r.V, to r will be a v~ unpopl r l.. l I ,, |" p. ty ,v I ht. .r anl r ,eaer th:n :,,,, was writing; 1 .'i 'i, that the
ple are pit y ng e titi !. .., i t;,' .n, it ,, :. ,la i ,.l i n on p .,.n 1 esct t f," ' ' ''I yea r's
now, and If the .l ,.r,.. ;r ,w;a n I ; o f;or Barrs function mi t .. t. t fI r it r t i ti n ah g ',*ih lin,, K1ardl.di as ; n -l.i: 'a C '. i t to c 'x-
In State affairs, th t- .-,,, will k1 (p,,n i: chl !,.Iih ai l A atl th ;at c nLinu ,. f el lotnR b i t' rmi l :( 'l : i y 11
Ilncre ln --I)..'.r ,,l I. ',, l tion of it 11 |,.ill t,.' i* w t, l,; 'ty al..,,- f lo' t ini t ni: r'tL t ny t
Slut,'ly, a ind t hi.t a., ,1; Ly ': n I, rea on ,- r y l i "L' .*1 *' i/ t t n
The Cunnard t<.sntou hip litIitaniula t hie, unprejtdi I, imper., nn i "-rom f 187fin i biW. S. e.-.ame
Weekb made the voygi, fr,.m Qulc.'ns^- Pthritativ,,1 a*'titon ,,n th ., part oft tl,... ,,, >tr.,l .i ; nit v. r .t l.ndni.d,"
tOW.t New York in flyv dl aysnd 51 1 either th. St- uthoriis or ()- 5I
mIlnes, breting the. record timne of h.r "nt to 'r"I '.n I I", r rtXh' ,in \Va. i,.
in r h ,t uti onal h4-,nI, io1 :' ho, ,. arty V, 'n, o f l+ra l t h vt
1s7r shlp, the l.uennint, by. nix hour nadbrk
s a 2 0 f l i l l tI *II. 'l,.1I s i t a ni t a m i a f I' tsit o '11 1 1 1' .lt it' *a- 1 i b r -
1fwv Ilip, .,imr.irie|tl in lih, t rbi n iru 1 t*JUSTl It,,,, t. t 'ill'.-t. jJUST AJOUIT THE IIND.
incitple. .,nd 1 th1. w ;,. h,.r firxt t i )ip. W \V I ll 4 <, r., -: 1 1 r I l,, , ,,, 1 I l- [ h:, ,,ch ;If ,., : -
t i i.,'.rll thll ':' l thh ,'' 1 1 I','' . I *' I , ,. i,,' lr,'. ,i t. l l- i" v -
't r ip it **v .n l1 s ,r t .r | it l ,.. w ll <1 I t h ,, t h ,-l h i ,. hi h l r ,:4- ,.,. t, ., .h, .


It w ,etil n,',t Ia,, tr t in+('t ti n t itaalt f i' ll,,,4 r iti t a-.10it I ,' it i- -r aont''
, hHon. < 'lwewfoo w n n men i ,i; . 1 t,.!v t the
1 the aiinn y li: in'i :iui,4hid visitor' s t lthe wIll neei d only tl'a f. a; .., to wa rk i' 1 !' t ''.'.-ti r1, tI .' il t .,.'. i iiti-
Gr.tenvill,. ljnili ,. hi. ne t- "Frid'iay, andI tlt lit", utt'"a' '.t ti t ,a l k)"*'t a-'& il lh'-t it ha. rl.... v,.--.I v. .,,.. of
the wiay Inis frier.iNi frta this ant d other "'r thO !tgisltr- *, t iln
S *Oectiont wI 'r1 i .r4'*-'tinij lIirn is indlr'ed W HY 15 IT? thli Si..a ".
S enrcoiuaC n i;ntr it, Mr. (Crawfr',rl whlthi'er lias not Florida 1.1: .i (.I, I ;, :1 ,,a1 1 c'i a ) a E 'rv "Ir.,,," to." ;bi th, olh
or t'o* hi s a 1 l. it l1' fiea r anin hisn chtols anrd ,'oll,'gi'M as **- itr S atites .' a womTin l a when slh, '-,. I li M '.
I pr nt >orii n. %r 'r' fulrd is T t's t i i pl'mP l a, a., l To ;. ,I hraase tl. '- ), ,-! I ,, :
pre. ,t O i that c'iihirt'n duily pi- th4 I' u i 'it i .I.k. '' i . h i t i -
S puliar inm stI tl :s am ilitly p'.'idI oner .,,villo. en rout t 6 t1l,.'r. -.-i, to t 1 v -
m). M i o nL .ie it' fer dli,,' uw national inl it' ,l1' 1 an It i I,, t on. I I -t le' ish .I -, t ,
l ,n. l':im u< 1 \ i ,,, w ,Ill kt,, ,,iv th. lea. t, di t-', ir.in t h,,n.. r ji:u aio'l t th. .
litutif i cOllnd/ lo tt t .ot ,, li
S yOnurlr I.a t, n I'. it ..- ''. IH, lIt ,, |, I r S(t)ctesn. Th,,r't ,' ,, If i ., ,' ,,,*
been tffj1, incr I :. i t.ur, af I Iti t 1tair an V ttt .' 1' t- t iI c*nt a -. I
to th,, I tt ,l :-ati I1 : I h \ i ,, .,-, c. i .fr, l ',',ti ti,,t'n :, in .l.r a i ),. I 'r t .. .. ,
ha h ,, n iti. r l t t. } < ,,, t,:a., .. -' l 4w hy c h'hdhl,,'h, , 1 .. ,, 1 li ,, '
aul h oriti.sh. , t lh ... ., ,, ;. ,take i k ,- ... m t . r., , *,a ,; ,
nln1dt, Vi4'v llit1 I).V 1he I ,I f #.? I.

T h;n t r-m p r ra ry H i|, n ,t, I ', a, t l(,!x 1h. I ,
to ,, .l r | li l l l t, I it. ' , ;, .v .. t,' ;,"t e t 1
I I. i.iI it pro f rh i h <.,, > w ill Ioii, I ,ex, h,, ,., ;, o i th ,'. in .,. ,


wish to fit the= m ee a1 .
not come from the ieste t d is only on ee.
colleges and.universitiesmlt do fi doi n 12-gallon paint, and .p!
at home with them, and will oe attend ake"20 galloon to over a1
such schools. Neither have thet the Job.
mean-, many of them, to attend the The only dibeulty is n
primte institutions where m normal train- evoe. After that you save
in is a specialty. As a result we are there's less wprk ip 10 than in h1e2
being taxed to support two institutions gallon; leos paint to buy and lqs f
of higher education and our boys and brush on and ies wages to pa.
girls cannot get education enough to If Devoe were only a litle
attend them for the latk of teachers in than others, there'd be some dlM
the primary and grammar schools. To- in finding out the difference. 'It
,day an investigation would show that,a twice aAs Jar as half the paints;
Ikrge per centage df our high school bought to be easy.,
teoahers are from other States, simply It weass longer too. You'll wa
because our own children are shut out good while, If you wait to 'flad ii
of normal training by the Buckman bill long it wears; there are th
which was passed on the' alleged secure people who know that the leaat
of economy.---DeFuniak Breeze. paint wears longest.
The Brqeze. in the foregoing, plainly Yours trulyo
shows that it has not forgiven the re- I p.-Gilmore & Davis Co. so
moval of the State Normal from DeFu- p nt.
niak. One MillIon Advertismeas..
Perhaps this, alone, would be re- The New York World sent
garded as a complete answer to its wail, hundred balloons last Saturday, 'e,
but we take pleasure in pointing out the rating its one-millioe-mnth "want' a.'
fact that Florida is not without places vertisment this year. Each baloon
"where r n people can be edruca- ed an envelope containing an
where our young, people an be educa- 1for $10 in gold. Anyone finding odi'
ted for teahlirs." It Kts normal de- these balloons should send therd
apartments in both the University and 'the New York World and get the,
tho Female College, equal to the best0gold piece offered. Thi is the la
anywhere, and largely patronized by advertisingng record ever made In b
nywhonths by any newspaper in
those who desire to become teachers, world.
Whoever it was that "told the legis- Capt. J...
lature" (it may have been the Bre ze) Ca W. Baker, of Ensl A
about the lack of success in normal baml died suddenly in New Yor S
Iepartmenrs of coteges did not know day September 15th.
the facts ,or suppressed them; and Captain Baker was horn in Tallahas* w
such an as-tn has b een t see and lived here until after the Civil t
su anas.rtn a n andantly war. e lived in Nahville, Tennessee
di.sproved, hofth at the University and until five years ago when he moved to !
the Female ('.llh.fg" Ensley, Alabam:, where hir business
The boys ;itnl Lirl of Flori it most called him.
emphatically :re not **shut tt f n.,r- hassee for burial in the arou ily lot i
mal trhinin, ," 'Iut have li..ltelr oap:,or- tha EpIiscop;id cemetery.
tunities andt f:t-iiiti.4: for .-* t -ring it -L 'e--u t
than ever before Junior Epworth Legue Items.
The one truth stat d Iby the lr-,o ze is a I i.' at orLake a last WhL negday
that there exists a dearth of teachers. Ilth, cha eroned by MMrs. I. S Patter.
Perhaps the nmethodgi.ursued for the son ura lMisai Susie Vanrlrunt. They '
education of teachers anterior to the gathered at the parsonagre at 9 o'clock,
With lunches, wraps and umbrellas-
passage ot the Buckman law (only two seated themselves in two wagons al-
years ago) may have had something to proceeded to have a day's outing. Not-"
do with the lpresvnt dearth of teacherr., with.standii ng the threatenin- weather
but according to the oln:ii of .St.ate th"'y had a fine tirno' T'ie hbovs enjoyed
Sup.r-inttndelnt. l l. ., y t la, ,,f Lhi ll th 'l.lake. Li ",: s wr(e played
hx. atdall ernjo','-ed t,, n' ,co inner sprea
desirable m:iteri.al is ltrev!yv t!u' to 'un- for them. .,''. Edlr and Prank Wilson
example prosperity of the Southl, s-o r.'nt t!.' d,.y with ti t, L(ea'uers and
n:rny who mig:4t oIherwi. turnr to :l'le to ti,! pPileltur-e of tlh, occasion.
Swo n tAi t tie annual l?.] e,.t;i ,f oftwerg the
toachinr as an occupation are atble- to Junior LpwiorthL [.L' u-, elected the fol--
e.trn much larger conmlpns'ition another loving : President, Russell Mickler-
ines of employment. Anil this is true !st 'vice-)rtc idenri. Hesie Temple; 2d ]
not only as to Florida' but in manyothet' vice-president. Mary FeIrell; 3d vice-
:Suthern and some Northern States. ent, eo. C o"Iy Cin; i secretary,
Before the tig freeze the tax rate of (t Crawford ; treasurer, Helen
S:txo:i ; atent Epworth Eta, LouiOe '
ilte State was 3 1-4 mills. After the Proctor,. lH:d a ioi)d meeting last Sun- r
i'reze it wai reduced to 2 1 2 mills. But day, 1-d by Mo4ely 'Collins.
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hat-gviervi ncea o in ttx'alide property ,md
hi Wak v'alteq ,the 'ratte' hUs0141(7111l3
11c41en .n'd under each stiCCet'lig admin.
I Avcin tI now m, n' .'r IJz~nvarlthe
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"Ably LooKed After."
Editor L'En.le ij s e'x ,ctd home in a
few days from a short v;na.tion in the
mountains of North ('uro):'it. where he
went to join his family, wl,, have been
th 'rt s"to i,' t r'' .
Ed tir ('lCins. of' tlhe' \.. k D)'.no-r.' t,-.i ('njay in li',, rttstiestin
in the wil.- of P':u :,rti S pr .i.n afterr
Ir n>,, ,: as*n of ti,e strenuous life in
tht' .t 0-; '.i ,; ,i I|
th, rt i, . ., r,- i,l1y looked
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. four ,-it. n the s-.t ff (,f th, .l:,.-k on. ill: m it 'Il .I ,a"' ,.l rt,,, ..,',. : .t d,,p tTa ph. Artilmenl n the ':.:" ",f ('at in if ,-,. ', *- ''.-' ,' .'vI by "
vill T1.n, (of hi i th r t t t t r fr.stampe env t Mr o d ,h r r.. ..rriv di
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city .Hlt, r tl aif ',f niwu ..dit Vi ll., hT1a I r .h graIh6,11', !$'5,, h ', -n--',., /,',ith,,,It /,, ,,-, I L':itr' t I-I tins the Irat,, ,' '.... f+ in, t Lith pr i 's 0 ra th re swes hre Au o rtWi i h the A ,rT y
duty tvtlt. he >a ftft' C th.n>lltl grapl> l* '"*""/ t Her.*. **l. 'C /w < l>. I1- Has the I ,tlie. At the price chiag.e thurre is wese *u* the r twr tai Tr e t
Ind Stat.' ,' w.. I'r, n.,tol has turned out nti,,, ivtv i .tti ',,titi n't, nndul they lmlght l rit ,,ri fr nta se damaging a P -- a p?' We in'a n at p-' .t.t -n and it r n-a .di. i.. ... in Tallahassee. -Times-Union.
SPhil lnll ;s nf (t .. l .lt ('l""r .. ,. 1 ; ,. K't Son, -. ,1 ,m nall btusineul for a mnagnitient gov- Mr. J. W. Du-.ail. of DPjal Brothere,
, Jourtinl. Th,, .sarkie Telegipraph Vc'uses the .,'t "." ."' 'tions and we'll : n-. e rnment to enter into. has been confined to thei hotse for ev '.
SThe iivtIigtn f ".. erd of -the aia e u sig h ber nTme not-rat thi Mr. John fli of Tamia. wi in rlad t a toha t he ns n o
,l'Z ter iv l lr ,,'-'t ,' rt iii. itt g !I hlt i', latire it Wt) ia euna' egdt'i, month hae.tt that rhenr-
.'ternal rvim nt .! in< t e d nth that nr the '1: report" of an o;r,<,. -,,n the city a few days this week better, and hope to son be out agratal
was ori'nlized a tilf 'enltryv ago, has tl Ellis woul be the athriniitration can- "was i", .t>at by anti-adn.14rn1trae ion Mr. Walter L. Taylor, now of Gads- Mr. Duval's brother and partner, MtA
-,ebaen oncl.ude'd nt Tallhnessep nnd didate a tsucce.Anor, as it were, to the demav..,', .,. their purpose being tVo- sn county, has been circulating among Eugene Duva, returned ti week r
SOChairman ('.rtr .aye that tho ruhhe li'iet of (overnmor thoward- and an tolk l,,tr th~ extra r eion talk fur-. hiri mn lhkl- friend thh w ek. thNorthern cities. While awal .
Charan ('r, ms. ta hi t Snthrtaa S i ho aihiinistration or an1 Tiredt mot eran, worn cut b the e eV- Na omern edies. W'ie away a
wi1l have to wait forthe report f th' public .inion wai ntra., ee thr naih-"d an opportunity to mnalikn nd iah. crrM baby. hav' fond asMasweet Iuyal combine d bsinea with 11t "
'omn miittee until tih l'eiladiure of the hai l''ei n 'hango taf frent in the admnn- sland'r I'roward. and diacr".iit himi' a boon and a blealt. Cai asweet M, and laid in an extensive' and
i State pasest upon it And we are all iiratlion circlee?. Hls i pirfeetly willing to watit, until th.e .e<.xt i w t' tratk," anl ths 'ratd dSl* them.' saim demagogues n opportunity clially good for the fils so common an changes and impehwme tnauun' ta
el esi t r fo in tinitrtion ccv? or a ht weather. IJol for the ingredie.its this semadon by this entriisingo flr
regular eaion tof (the 4gilature for he, de,'ridlt that prud'ere is the be er to tell the dear people how -.bitterly printed on the bottle. Contains no the puattoin m of the uahjlr
that purpose. No eanpnign thunder! part of v lor, andl that he who rune they ithe demactgo ue yoptxiod- an ex- harmful drCLg. Sold by alkdrugginta. *i Mjs Marie Ward, of Llaydr wnir r
Canr he drawn from the report that lawa*y muv ive to flight am '.her day T-- trad ession." ince practically eveyj There are no cold feet in rtM Eas Ea ee Thdueite, ga. h Mas
,would justify an extra nosion. -. ive Apa achalda Times. newspaper, and probable every demo- Shoes. or women. Levy Brus. ti 29 e
f oemi<.,,rat. I Neither. General Ellis i. anlti way erratic toter. (eury tax payer, at least- The ,a isavied to n vet.toat-es '
Ih .h b .- . t hs y been very far from having any u** l the State tla O u. to .h scheme the w- eli Window Scrtsen. l e.l e T.ts
ee ,Schweb'seljing at Lvlr .. I pirathei aS an administration ca dI' thae m et lot o,,ea: 1, C
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by Profeor Daniel, of Irbw
mBlty. It has a Palo. dM/ft
ftO as fliq a a aemme-
W h exten like a bread wMte
for 14 dete or about 28
diameter of the oon. Its
Sl is very luminous, aand shiem
yasu a star of the second m -
omeont is 80 times u
earth, and ia scooting around the
at the rate of 25 mie a second
is certainly going some, even foa
It is more than 21,000,000
distant from the earth."
lbg to Neimla n Toul
a tionue yo in health and
Sdo as M F. Row Me-
Ga., did. She says: 'rhaee
0 of giectric Bitters urged mwe of
iUver and stomach trouble, coom-
with such an unhealthy condl-
the blood that my akin turned
lannaeL I am now practiody 0
eior than before I took Else-
can now do all my work
% a" and assist in my husband's
Guaranteed at all druggists.

contemporary, the Pasco county y
nt, seems to think John Stock-
if he enters the race for Governor,
win in a walk. We think he is a
man, but the people do not want
tin of the Brbward adminis-
and when the time comes they
ghow by their votes all over the
that a map and picture show will
go.et them where it did in 1904.-

are a great many people who
i ht attacks of indigestion and
nearly all the time. Their
may satisfy the appetite. but it
.to nourish the body simply because
omasch is not in fit condition to do
work it is supposed to do. It can't
the food you eat. The stomach
be given help. You ought to
something that will do the work
stomach can't do. Kodol For In-
n and Dyspepsia, a combination
natural ingredients and vegetable
d, digests the food itself ad gives
th and health to the stomach.
t to take. Sold by all drug-



BRI K
and Price on Request
eerless Brick 6o.,
MAVeONo GA.

If It's a Reputation
u are after, White's Cream Vermi-
fe has a world wide reputation as the
of all worm destroyers, and for its
influence on weak and unthrifty.
improves their digestion and assimi-
ion of their food, strengthens their
ous system and restores them to
and vigor natural to a child. If
am want a healthy, happy child, get a
is of White's Cream Vermifuge.
sale by Hardee-Smith Co. *
Sick Headache.
F This disease is caused by a derange-
!Roent of the stomach. Take one of Cham-
lerlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to
r0rreet thins disorder and the sick head-
cbe will disappear For sale by Talla-
asee Drug Co.

. House for Sale.

Opposite Leon Hotel.

SApply to Julius Diamond. 25-2



ream Vermifuge

WORM


REMEDY


d.5w Umlmet Co
eu' .t no m, -.
oI ISALI BY HARDEE-SMITH C6
r *. TmGeaeg to IDsIiT
S cft me and see our stock of kiln
MLW can Saye you mon
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CASTO RIA
OYIwa MI O~UPA e, e er maw vRne OeM,


V


GEO. W. CHILD.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.

Contracotrs and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of
all kinds. -

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


Office, Shop and Lumber Yard :on
on lot south of county jail.
PHONE 87.


UaIv ity of t.
St aofFriork.

A h igjtde institution for young
men. o Literary. Scientific En-
gineeringM tural and Pedagogi-
(dl CQura lj*,
Strong Faculty* well equipped lab-
oratories; thorough instruction, both
theoretical and practical careful super-
vision and disciphne: high moral tone.
No tuition charges to Florida stu-
dents. Other expenses very low.
For catalogue and inform tie, ad-
dress ANDREW SLEDD.
President


M&*M remle CoReWe
.alims ee. nae
A. Coll for Women, without a
parallel In the Bout, embracing a Col-
ge for UbI l Aris, a School for
Teachers, a S* ool o Industrial Arts,
a School of e Arts, including piano,
pipe organ, violin vokee culture, elo-
eution and physiieal elture.
A Faculty of able specialists in all
departments. '
Tuition free. for specla in-
struction in Fine reduced to a
minimum. New buikl inaa eomne of
construction. Write for 0 talo0je.
A. A. MUR RRBt.
FvaIdent


THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.

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


Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had.


Guides for


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




TypewriterS

ALL MAKES


Typewriter Ribbons

ALL MACHINES ALL COLORS

Write for Prices and Terms on New

and Second-Hand Machines.



R. C. Davis & Co.,

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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John B. Stetson University
FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCt1OOI.S
DE LAND, FLA.
Affiliated With the University of Chicago
COLLRGLSOF LIBERAL ARTS.- The standanrds are thosm' of t he lin t.
Chlco. Stetaon's raduatm. reeilva their darrees from both Htetn ., and i
Htm the Chcano and Stetaon catadowup.
CHlRGE OF LAW.-O-raduat.m of this Colliee are admitted to prt. I
Florida without eaamination.
COMLU eOF T CUSOLOGT AN SKCHOL F NICHANIC ARTS. ..
cal. CiviL Elmetrial E mr1iring and Manual Training courmMes l ,aiint, t ,.
Fine new build oUy equipment.
COLLEG USVMI S.- Banking In all It branches. Hlo"ogk,-,Ir I- '
method. Shorthand and T1rpwritint. Elective eourae oeon in w,'1 .' I I
Ie tsA. Arge Faeulty and onummadious building.
FREPARATOfr ICAM T. -Grduataes prepared to enter Hini I! I. '
Prinoeton. Cornel. Mlehiman. Chicago and all Arnt-hlau ColAkimm.
NORMAL GAMU SL, scNOOL.-1. KIdMerarten in Its own huiliin, 'r
mar and Oranmar bhewi lir sparate building. These ehou l r mp ill> i.w **
Pubce 8ehool Teahers.
MUSIC C OL-.-A 10.000.00 pipe orran. a dosen piano s, ri' mwrti t >,
large faculty, thorough orse of tudy.
ARIT SOOL--New Studio. Costly asts. modek. ete.
Steto. ha a faculty of 1 profasors and laetrete.s. 'They hold ,l,hr ... rn
the Univesgty ChCago, iHarvard. Yalea Dwnnwwh Colmb, Toronto,. Wa' ir-
eat, Lemvil B irdnta. Uteht. BUIeknll, mva tr of Michigan. liin,-, n.1
othar Unt Theres a over fMO.WMM Innlda w and ml|ipmlin,-. ri.a ita
quarter milMOn dollar smdowment; an dowd Ifrery iove 13.000 v ful Il wlth eaat*l furnhilngmr, Inimdlug stated glass wIPndow,. 7 "il i"aSmnt1nV .
a $ I ap Organa: a Gymnanuin with ee apparats: an m knolw A iA *d '.<
rm tra ck. ttI'ewrt. IbaMsedml and s iLdon. bmeid..i- m wmrv.
aOf4. Iwat and other aporta; sppetblldlndbia for mss and women; I',n, larr- 1. 0.-
rateorie for Chamistry. Phyica. *et Miue-al-m and Riokiaru;.. ven Iar.we
a1MeeMm ad hpsM: electric riht. e m, t a. em ient walk -h.eII
sraed. Wed avno. patious camps. .hrubbery and trm;: etscal literary. m.i, nl
and bthr atadem"a* e.lu*; tar lecture iourme; CliftimU and not septarian tear, t-w.
TI tomatm la bmamUfulJ awd maltbful, and te speom arw saw
Pr matalbeisa irewa, fasem r and infarmet... addMa the PMrkolnt..'
L#4OLN HULEY, P"h.D.Ut.D., LL.D.


.t - AWIL5~ m


A sore throat is a
dangeroU:s malady
bliyou don't need to
lie a sock around
your neck to cure it.


BALLARD'S
SNOW
LI NIM ENT


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willl 0Ir. t rua:nf i short uirdlar.
Ilug [r, o. c4in i;- *, IliI, tlet'i1U9o,4la$iiro elastlulty.


ItI fiMATISM,CIYF% SPRAINS, BRUIS8S,
~~''~YSo:.rD sou'.s, sUi~P JOINTS,
I~ ~~.4AND) ALL PAINS.


(~ V'1 INSTANT RELIEF.
T1 crr- it%*-I, F. I*' !. Vtrfft :"4 'rI havo IpiAd Ballard's
.Ii~ti 'i\ I..I.tdit illef. I can r~ooin-
I RI liavu:.er us~in) $tg


Balla.d


Snow


Liniment Co,


S5D-S90 North Second Street,


ST. LOUIS,


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THE' STATm SAVI
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BANK OF -" ALLA-HA


I THI I
?S TATE SAVINGS


@ANIK


1MPIK.O D POCKET SAVINGS BANK.
Don't yu w to start a 1: r.k : count? Would'nt you like to have one of thoe litt m-
proved pocket saa banks to h i:; u to save your nicklea and dimes? It is so arranged that
you ean delm et l d!lar m or anailr coin.. It is of a size convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a ladies Me It is always r, .dy to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
wnt ant acoun *c l h everybody in tit i viinity.
We fl lw on of these Marl's fr,, to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an accotu .with us within thirty dltiys fron; receipt of bank. Thee i,?anks are delivered'to you
locked and eI only be opened by ',
You Id ldbsurprihed to i t, ow much money you can save in five years by taking care
of yow I change and deposit" r, "s svings hai k.
I Jt is not wise to save mi &%PIM and fire, and besides it is i .r rir anything. l;ut lace iC % ith sM at d it is earnngsemne-
We pay 3 per cent inter,.' !1 di! sits of One Doll: and u1 wards. Interest periods are
& da of April and October
Below we give a table shtov ,. *Laving:s will accumulate in five yvars, computed on a ba-
sis of U18 working days In the y(i r, ; r c ent interest.


IOC per day for 6 years.........
20e per day for 5 years-......
26c per day for 6 years..........
80e per day for 5 y ar ...... .
00e per day for 6 years...... .
10c per day for 5 years.......


/,n!, -. 'Ioited. Interest ,'arned. Total am't
l, ...... I--, ----...----------.... $167.64
:1 ;1:;.o00 ..... ........ .. . ... .. 3 .28
-"-i-.'2-.. -.- .......... 2 .. -.- .... . .-.. .. 419.10
l'.r4).-..-...-- ........... ::- 42- ...-.......... 502.92
.. ) .......... .. ... . ....... ........... .20
l, .-.00........... ......111.40 ... ... ... ... 1,676.40


( pa 001I m


The capital stock of the i: r :s ?20,((0.00 with individual depoits amounting tU
$860,821.19
Your business with ut v. i I It rictly confidentiaJ.
Call and get (,ne of t

k Patent a39"Ied for)


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE
STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


G. E. LEWIS, Vice-President.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER


T=' mTRUZ MOCRAT.
je0&e CMUs8. PsohI.er.
PUBSLIMHD 2V FRIDAY MOkNING.
d96-
NOe n A SESSION 1 TALK.
* If BraWard will take a fool's advice,
h'l that special session alone. -
Br IliTmes- Democrat.
Piup the Governor wants an extra
u-0mto Investigate the iiveitigatorN.
ElUht not the Governor's extra session
out.ove.m the Governor? Extra sea-
ionin like all other extra luxuries, come
high. What's the difference, whether
tta BState goes broke for the need of an
extra session or because of an extra
se.loot--Orkndo Sentinel.
If the Governor calls an extra session
of the Legialature he will have, in do-
ing so, the wishes of very few of the
people of lorida. It means an addi-
tlon of 765,000 upon the taxpayers of
the State, and this, in view of the al-
ready heavy taxation under the Brow-
ard administration, the people cannot
stand. Then the Governor has not a
single assurance that the special ses-
sion will even consider seriously the
measures he wishes enacted into law. -
DeMand Record.
We are tetotally, unanimously and
S everlastingly oppoed to an extra sOs-
m lion of the Legislature, now so much
talked about, and we sincerely trust,
that Governor Broward will not call it..
There is not likely to be anything in
the report of the Internal Improvement
Fund Investigating Commiulbn to re-
quire immediate legislative action.
Most of the matters for which special
appropriations were made can very
well 'stand over;" and if funds cannot
be ralaled temporarily to meet neces-
say requirements until the next Legis-
lature meets, there must be a poor set
of finanelrs at Tallahassee. Don't call
an extra session. Governor. Get those
fellows together at Tallahassee again,
and the Lord only knows what they
will do.-Bartow Courier-Informant.
There sla one thing, however, we most
asmuredly do know, and that is that the
sufferng people of the State would
have topay the expenses of the meet-
ing, sad this they are by no means in
the humor of doing. Neither are their
pockets so bountifully overflowing with
he coin of the realm as to tempt them
to pay out a large maum of Pmoney to
satisfy the eaprices or the political de-
signs of any of the multitudinous
"statesmen" who are ever on the out-
look for a chance to "play to the gal-
lert" and Join the applause of the ex-
citable or the foolish. The State tax is
large nouh, in all conscience. This is
no time toinrease It Not one of the
various and speclous pretexts advanced
for the calling of an extra session ia
based on the solid foundation of true
reason. It will be no killing matter
for the benefleiaries of the appropria-
tans granted, but not provided for, to
await the course of events and collect
the money when it reaches the treas-
ury, sa It will do sooner or later with-
out inordin*ely taxing the public. -
Tamps Tribune.
* The extra season scare aems to be
d out. The Govenor told the edl-
tor f the ort Piee News that he
wou not all an extra eaalon, "un-
Sgrat good ~ould tseecom-
n we doubt that any great


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C. E. SAUL


1P. 0. IIOX 21,.


SAULS BROS..


J. M. SAIII.S.


TALLAHASSEEI, I .A., /
General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work add Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

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


A G.E NTS WANTED) !
Tip-Top Contracts for Live Men.
Renewal Commission Paid.

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


Jacksonville,


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A CUP Of White House orB3W*i
?fcca and Java Coffq
is- %Niat jVw.;.* "Irzlight to, the,
vvurytinay. at hiak fAt t'l~ne, azd,
(OMV linow s t hat sI y good grqcesi.!
goo4d vcii (e. Wt. tke rSpecial p
o ur 1rtas as t~ey' ha%~e i
--tor( fitti(41J. Jniti.~ s good as
fee we (A~l arv teas4, which
ho d Is goaod It i r yugh 'ut our entire -
We sell nothing but the bobt o
in "uel~ I w'hatvo tested,:
st-k-cs, and l ii Ecm) tnrnd lby them..
J1. W'. (OLLrINs, Gr"e


Electric Lights and Pow


Tli'," (itv l,,ectri' Light 'Plant is now prepared
Supply tn unlimited ub11111 r 1o(' new cus-
toers,. and as the plant belongs t, the (iti-
;Y 1ns of Taliahassee -nd(i must ii e supported by
tie revIenue from its business or from taxes
I, ted on the prol(-perty iof ever. taxpnly'er in
tI e civty ,it is to th'-ir interest to patroj/ce the
Electric Light Plant. IRates are reasonable,
anwi the best of service will be given. It is
the p)irmpose of the Managers .


To Put OAl Day Service

as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
I'rim consumers for Electric Motive Power.
eating. (~C king, Ironinti, l .'ans. etc. Mr.
('. 11I. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light 'hlait, will he l)elasedl to furnish any
Sin formation desired (;ive him your orders
:mnd report to him any defective ser ice. I.
(. IX)X 472. .


BOARD


W. 1r 1,tcr I-,.- r


ORt SALE BY

GILMORE ( DAVIS CO., Inc.

Hardware.


Bring your Job Work, this
.-. .*. ^ f*'** |'i"' i i *, *"'T f- ^ *-!*'n *'IMimai^. i


Flrkida.


OF MANAGERS


City Electric Light


,W. D. Pratorius,
Funeral Director
0


Licensed


Plan


160 YrA. ,
r XP|RIgNOlm


I


Embalmer.


NEXT D'OOR TQ IBRIILARY.


PhOne 16,3.


TALLIAHASSEE.X FLA.


J. Wt er EMILLn
Veterinary Physician


[ on t4'I


and Surgeon.
Work a Specialty.
OFFICE -


'31, fA '(.10I ,nl I ell9IIsi.f~
Sttfi' gj.?hj r1ffis1um


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Call adm moom

mar Ima66 he MiLt


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Taflabme,


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L. Clark.et 1. vs. Grizelle B.
o t a] Judge MaJone decide. s
three years of liti-
Judge Malone haa given a de-
suthe t of Maud L. Clark, et.
V, Griselle B. Hartt, et. al., im fa-
of the defendant. This suit, brought
th .daughter of the late W.D.
against their brother, the late
Hartt, has aroused much Inter-
t our citulns, and they will be
eatl r of its favorable ending, the
i, oplinion.J)eing thar nly basuch a
as the one given would be a
SHaitt had, the able service,
distinguished Pensaeola attorney
*-W B ABlount, and Is being hear-
coogratulated upon the happy ter-
S nation of his efforts 1 her behalf.

you Iare languid, depressed, inca-
VWl for ork, it indicates that your
is -out of order. 'Herbine witl as-
at nature to throw off headaches.
etnlmatism and ailments akin to nerv-
ou~em and restore the energies- and
t0fl of sound and perfect health.
SJ.J Hubbard Temple, Texas, writes:
"I have used herbinc for the past two
years. It has done me more good than
4 eH the doctors. It is the best medi-
Oiae ever made for chills and fever."
eO. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co.
The Mystery of Cooper.
The public is assured hv Sherill F'ree-
man, of DeSoto county, tai.t Murderer
SCooper is not rapidly wasting away, as
'h* been stated, but that he is n enjoy-
ing excellent health, waxing fat on live
cears of prison fare, and so elrt that
e recently plotted to eiafect daring
j il-delivery, whereby he and some ao
is fellow prisoners expected to enjoy a
S vacation tour.
Cooper is doubtless very well satisfied
with his lot. As a baffler of justice, he
holds the Florida record. As a home-
S less and helpless vagabonl (so %jescriu-
ed by some over sympathetic persohs)
S he has succeeded in enlisting morr.
powerful influeucs and more official pro-
tection than any ri'iconer who ever oc-
cupied a cell in the State. The nas' of
Cooper is and hlas loid; been a mystery
in Florilda-not .o far as hii crime and
his conviction are cou.rrnwd, but in the
hidden alliance wh:clbi h;ave worked in
his behalf, prevent ii, time and time
again, t hi execution o4 th plin! anad
unrevokcd pen:l y priouiceil by the
law. Perhaps. sotme daiv, the nv'tiery v
will be cleared. When it is, it wil
make the grtvnst nela. A)e "aStory"
of a ccIcade. --'ln.ae;n Nwi.' s.
Wored Likthe a Cha en.


Dr. 1.). N. Wtalk.'r, t-f11101 of that
Vipicy 'journal, thre 1-nto~rprii e, Louisa,
Va.: says: "I ran a nail in1 my foot last
week mid at ont ee Caipiiied [Buckleu's
Art~cn Salve. No) il~nimnltion fol-
loweJ; the salve sirnpiy healed the,
wonud.'' Hetals uvery sore, burn and
skin dGus. harxllet~ i At t allar-u'.r-

School 3jnAti f.r 3alc.

rnatiuri, Qiik c )*.. ;.-


I St~at~euentti.
to d sit, a"' 4otr !-r.f*n1i ) i .,ic r I > '
V)i1, 1 w'. Ih' 'vi aitL' ,e ii- i ti ~ar
thtdia fortlha h iiof. is i,, .#.is .4 .



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Dry G 5s f Shoes ,aily.




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Will Keep In Touch


with you.


Walker & Black.




BEHOLD
The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
.g .gwl W:g'ons, Steel or Skein Ax.les
l eight Two Illurse, either axlo, S o) to
..'. . . . 40.00


*1 uzECIONe


l ('. Two Horse,. ... 50.00
'Tuii -" \Vaons. ... . .. -.',) to 5)50.(0)
lI1i(ii.S, Out of Sight:
Hoth PONY and klI(0lILAlR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
(uaranty Attachedeand n,'' ('omplaintM.
('u tornmrs from Amsterdi'n. ;a... to
F, .(rida co',st and number idl tIy hun-
dr d(s. And th y are still ctnmirn', a-
Iavforv one isi out of sight anotliir i.:
Foll.
IFINALLY- If we fail to plei.se we
ecomrnmend other Dealtrs in the city.
IRespectfnily.
TULLY & YAEGER CO.
Tallahsse,e, Fla.


A Word About

Prescriptions.


~ ~c a 'r;ijowindinv morc and more cua'h wt, .


Se, ,pl'i vce fourd that here they can al',:I -


Just


wlh;.t thA :I scription calls for, just at the tfn:- '.. >!n-
i.s'L, rd th:lt thle rice is' reoasfrale. All lru,' ueo


Ore(2 Iut we gpo Ifurther, : rd tuse ran. i!
i&i,~~!*Vnt he ~iY(h 0tdrr


R. 11. eobb.


Dr~1>i -


Sthe
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cooe


attst side of Monric .'


I'hen& grate fmti ia nished us aboqt thi
re ago, which 0h6s4 b n ,*aly every night and n
ry day, and has over had a y No boiler in the
r gave better service Yours faithfully,


w


PALATKA GAS LIGHT & FUEL CO.,
G. Loper"Bailey, Pres


The Housekeepert' DeHight
is aoange that will roast meats, boil bake or otherwise cook
vegethual d keep it piping hot until conee the time for _t"
A go g*ga range supplied with flowing fuel s fumtbhed thre.
ourstfet Mains, controlled by a siIe "twist of the wrist"
your kitken meets every desire of the aft o prepas.v
,meals te hosehousehold. Ask all the question of 'i
this o t, ofr f our presentative.wo wirlo I t"lour hbom
postal ri eueat.. GET THE 6"VULAN'u S RANG
A Boon In t Weather
is a gas stove muratgo on sultry Ironing days. tG m s p
.,rve, just the ary quantity of heat for bet ",
overheaotig thib then and making it uncoemf Ife r1
irowe r. For thi l B during aid. like many other pu i'
trtnd the sto0avesa IHnges which bum it complete tiw pO lita
eln complement. S1lis office about I alu v e
The Gas Company, Phone 72.


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YAEjGER-BE3TIL IARDWARa


Harvesti- i .Mi: Mdiinery


H Hardw


t) ", :L' CAN 00 THROL6,H IE
WORD.
;vi, will find no better m-
vE.- mipt for your ioney than
pri,,rty iii and around 'T'alla-
ha.;-ee. We are offerirg homes,.
,t ts and farms, that are sure ,;
///tN rise in value shortly at
kI)t'avain prices. If you want
top .c 'reo a home that will
givi, you a homew hrd make
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FIFTH ANNUAL MXPORT

!t4witwnifltho 9
Secretary and Treasurer of the Tallahassee VoIwnt~eer of al T. 1.'1i 1ratter, Hmeed
ic x~d~zlix- 10 o Yetifytat
i.fnt harmee Wsdi
'1 ~l~piry tj r.Fire Company. in"drx &M asd kt. or
.)f ,~f', iJ '~4,. .h hi.fi~uw~Ij. 1OUM1,Aic I:t rn never without
(, I'r r t Pro cert .4. 1 for,-,i aL Sold b.,--ntiiCo.

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F',C. Moo~r J' d : trier, ifayh A,,Ienr .Pem
1. '. T. Nlc.obiouj, fJA 11wi flii '~ in, 'a Aiel C')inty,
If. A. C. -I',ller, k ~. ... n~jw n and if,...* n !
''' W 'A.1,Ajllexr* ~I. 1 hanid Eaet of
H.I. r8*Mfii~, I'97 1 All uxrept N V' Se.'1 ic)n f4, Tomn.
1.I.M .j Sh'~,A -8)ip 1,4511, onth, ~. *J oir'..
13~, K I, Alftor'i, .1r,,6 1- I All 8Oclt~h grd lI 4.41, Iirei iver of
8 Hetkinm '*. I w,,, r, i t: I uge 4, WVit it, ETre)
15. j .C. he'riluI.t t, S l Il~ All South Oan'l i' 'aI 1-1e Jliver id
M G .7 I i h a dV a a araw t f, Sete~I) N~ iff i w 1. ,Vr -1 W ep th30
17. Itihur Vw linitacrem W r,
Is%. BradfordIIyd ,ee'.r ,'a 41 ... 'dEit[i; ,i1do f: rlittt 't i nl
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ex'rc''in r 'llt l rt it 1 L ir r iihi iii i I., ',i' '*I I n jV w v.'f I .i )I1 :
' lht report
SiAt i ,l' r .ujl.tr tifi<; nl.an V,' hler' !- e4 I, ,i, i ,)uorurn priesert, ari
two regaultr irit -'liigs If ive ye,;:t' 'L" ., in'.1 ;' ) L:ave there been lem
quorUnri a IlX lF i ( clad owni o olle.') j I|r' i.t
y ip r ct'itIige of ltt viite 'vn h ai I' i;: ini ant that out of
atte iLdafi Ir there were only 2.7 roll ( ii,. ;,ftt.ri the meii.mer Iir,,-'d the company iti
S WJl;|re ,' nly on ed the tfre plug rna'ure:,t the' irt- l the connection.
It in the policy of Ithe, (coranlriy to keep its r ,nilnher, hip up to 20, aiw'
ing the year it has do.' r o Jur t ruconty iy I w rirminlfrs resigned andi
ones were elected it lthi lait meetingg an books later.
The roeipts frorm fire. romrpany tIAxr, thiisy;,r artiountutd to $ili i,
everyone pays up proriaptly on the frnit of Fe',brijary, and thosethat do a
ire, or should, that unless they do. their prole'rty will not be protected,
the member, of the company consler it jijt that those who derive their
S from the company should certainly hilpI, ,upi.ort it.
Of the 12 charter members only :, ar' leftf; they are the first three
roll. In the five yours of its existnice, 4I nwln have enlisted as rnmern
Mas won an on. mmrnb OJO the 24th of tSuptermber, 1!o7, we will hav been in existence live
I .;':EII'TH iNUI 'E I.AI.T I.I'Oi(tt'r, % 1 '11 WAH IN 1U00i.


"' Prom partlms out of theeit liimnit for fire pritrct 1io11
The TillAthasee Dranatie (Ilu i
SClty of TallahasM ..
l eof iool table.
..IDoI paid *iine lat report (.,'ir w vorganitilzaiin .f '*4.$

a IIanc4 I port
S Total
Total receipt iiria',' IrgaurlntiZ e
Total eAlinditu(l arcM 14i'ei )rglani a .ittioln
B aalance Ir. bank Sept.Is. it 19
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PARtTNERSHIP NOTICE.
I i It I' I.p- I If. iic 1,41'?%4'(..,1) ilw* thie
do 'i.rwril'll \ V ii J. DI .I.Caiy, carrY,
`f` I t II I, ".. '1t i i'.Mi .. W 4)"1, Un tl. 2341 (Jay
to, lmii.f- 4Aiivuzi'l. A if ,'i"l14'lb).mutual Con- I
-,i n. aidthur i i ifi' n the' fultreirwill Im-
Li. ii I'.- i ie "n 1.k 11,tie, 'ti'i' A. 1. Wiau iil-ale ,Who will
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t Guardian's Notice.
eit, iY (, IS ~;II I l Ulo:JiY V[EN THAT O'N TH-F:
N.i'il'* II'I (fit) of ;s.'pt.'enf-mer A. 1). 119)7, 1 will make
!., t his ,itevu in Tsillifhlalli~e, Florkia.forw
p it y 141 he'll, athui-finit1i4' iak'. ft(!ia nterest eof
'~4ij Jl.I ei-in ( ,arrftwny, a rnitioa-, in and to all thooe
iii , 11 1, -144 iii loth or lo t4iii i~f lani l vt tinte'. lyini cant
'I,. itiitisid v(4,4;ity3, kii4,,w4 fn d dti~e'acriltedl as fol.
"A.-. tll..V.It 14114 ti iii..re'd 12, 13, 14, 1 and 16
;i I If; in block 7; lopts t iniiuiteroed 1, :'~. 4. 7., 6. 7
jiiA i ft llck 11 lots nijiunbew'ucel1. 2. :1. 4 and 5
11.lW'K'k I!?; and let,. i,arrtilme'r,'d 3, I, ',, I6. 7,anti $
hIt i-k a .loilitf' ajivl lands tlieuij an tile Saxon
A I-lit ilin eof Tael ithuim- .P. F Ialat,r ,an per iplat re'-
I 'Iellliin demiuupl. lK K.' puge 596.1'o (f 1t4lie itibldc
.5: i .s',srdeeIn the. (,fll th le' ('Irk .,ffthe C(ircult
M41l 4 'trt of 'aiicwjult) ,ld1144117411 k-inv in the' S. KI's 1
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re) ~~ANNIF EI-. B)IMI-:rE..
Guuatreliart of aS. J tiat,' Of IF. Vij~lmo (arraway.
.71j In the Circuit (Court, SecondI Judicial
('ircuit, Leon (eiunty, Florida.
$172A. 17 .1r., Defendant.- Civil Actionj.
I re:8. 2M To s. 1). Ilifhtniver, Jr.. Dit'h'ndfant. andi' All Petr.
Ytoriare herebty lilt iflioo thitt a w iit .f iattach-
"'il tothits 1* n 4 "1 ,' i'1 45a1- t 4 if vt y I'ilu )ind jf v.plij-01
''rI y lit thchial to .itt asfy the- IlI-lei441in If iIl ld 11ti-.
11 it. antauntinarto,' I ', hundre-l still thi i ty-t wo
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STAR PRESSING CLUB.

CLEANING,

PRESSING,


Ladies Suits a


REPAIRING.

Specialty.


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

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


1 Public Benefactor.

What the Thomasville chiropodist
is able to Correct:
S,,ft 'irns, Iunions, Iingrowin ., Clulb. Gouty. l rittl, N.,il.s, Calloused Feted
U)lirs and P'er.oaniri F'ect, Spirain.s ;atil I a ruiw '., ( ', reacted Without
1'ain on LtrN Mhovin 'Train. .STI'II('1TLY ANTISEI'TIC.

To The Public.
Ila in11 su1'fU 'eId greatly with In~ri rwii-L; t',t rialI and now being free from
,aih i paini, I niost cheerfully r. annwinil the ge.ntlc treatment arnd cure of Dr.
i ,i.,rt Eh. W illiam.s, S,'igeun tfi-'ir I.td, tt f d l rai, asvi-le, ( a Macon Tellegraph.
iiLK'l'L:L, .1. \ VAl;GHN, P'itollice, Macon, Ga.

BEAUTY DOCTOR.
ar ( ',orge Waterman Willi:mi.iin i, i Iiuinty Matnicure, Mas-ag"e. flair DIress-
i. ,. I"n.atology u ald U tiliy'. s'.I;l 'ri a't nnt Ir it M tr- ai V.t i a sptcially


' I 1'at. Efvt!ry'rv W'li I e.'~li ''n Ka t ,811 it lt;. w:"I..l i III ;md:. vl t iyrn. Without
I..''l iaua Itue~il.tt ii'l i -qa'i *,)i i-". i -i w ~t. iot(l I,.t'Ilelv tils a.'.ulan.'"saary;
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(;. E. L.EwI, Secretary and Trea
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''l I, ,ral Stiltchi i ;,i:.r C. M. SCAIOM I.AKER, Propr.
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: i, ... to-.rv. hi.,., .. t EVERYTHING ON WHEELS. 68 TO 100) N. MONROEST
1 .' I1: it". m11l th ,n ift' \v n 're
I v ' lv sntistl."l vn- 1i 4n. GOOD FROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE.
t i '', '* imm d|iately r,'ft'in hlc
21 ,. :e"stion or quilible OPEN ALLIHOURS.. TELEPHONE NO. 38
S ONLY < .', *, FREIGHT PlI'IlE'All)
810 Kn:o4-FuTCH-COiLINS A V E i )! !

: FI'RNITURE COMPANY 50 per cent. of your Shoe oBI by having
1 1) Jacksonville, Florida. r. |. e. L lV Iy N
2 50 -- :-- Repair your Boots and Sboes. First Clias)Work. Satisfaction gumarteed.
W-pa I0e Also we hav in connection with my shoe business the
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5 6 g white boy, about etar old, who i. NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR. &
6 "willing to work, for Laurdry Wa~n.
.' 76 Apply Tallaha Steamm Laundry .at- Cleaning, Dyenw pd tPrming. First-Clamm Workme do tis work. Yewr eM ,'
urImday. a-tft uit mae nw for til mmy Pir.t-CIa T,- ll r Repairs sad Makes Cltues:.
16500 to ft., OMPld um am Cleaed sad Made N No ake
Imrer. Te oan of twoaL bade delL *a ou.
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Resilvering Mirrors

A Specialty.


I have a man with me who has here-
tofore been employed at the works of
the largest glass manufacturing and
finishing concerns in this country,
he can make your old scratched or
spotted mirror as good 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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fshooL the Sepls ai1 Jt3he97
is Invited to Investigate W. N.Se ta i te
Roller W dow Sree getting all .M
a tt'l 2 ope ingof the
A. Cay and wife havem b assisted
1m a delightful tour of te p il, ,9 t. L ., Ir
t ante ,, ad Tallab ,s_--ons P .I Ofiti e 1. C Z ; P _
are delighted to welcome oth r. arnd Mrs have so-
IL F. piller. of JacksonTville, academy this year, M st. BbOurhav- - C -
"n the guests of Mr.and ing been made the 3IWsuumitat. Mins
b p.lhe guetr o r.rd homeonCarrie BrevarI is 2nd astsitant and the
(M ,Spiller, .,,returned ome on se-l adsi* trepmented an fol- m-
0 I iow O Ko Sullivan, 3th; Mn I -
Jyour Suit from Burns & Co., Bessie Epm, h; Mi Jennie Breverd
ftee fit and style. 23 6th; M &l Clare Miowen, 5th; Miss Grace
Francis Quaile left Wednes.- Cobb, 4th;Miss Herntietta Ames, 3rd; /P7 -4
tilledeville, Ga., where he M..issWinired Cobb, 2nd, and Miss'Lil-
I. Hew ws accompan- bat Hates, lot.
.ta shoraet ist in that city. of Louisville, Ky. Training school has V 5 3i' -
'SAL3C.-CiaMRang'e, as goodi a been recommended $o the Woman a
,rthM onroe reNt. 3 f Club, under whose auspices the kinder- -
North Monroe street. 0-tf garten is maintained, as teacher for I 4_-
1iej. Camn was in the city yes- that brawmh of the institution, but her ..' 7 7
ad made us a pleasant visit, name has not vet been formerly passed
.a expectingf Mrs. Cam and upQn, though il is generally conceded
ter toretrn mefrom a pleas- that she will be the nominee selected. / Z -
Mthg at St. Teresa. I The Lincoln, Academy, colored, will /
sar the groat health shoe open either the last of September or
o? Levy Bros. 29 the first of October, with J. G. Riley lgc
as principal. The new academy, finish-
Ilmp. Tribune suggests State ed last summer, is situated in toe ex- .
i r WiV. Knott for Governor. treimh northwest part of the city, near i
man in Florida. Mr. Knott Fronehtown.and Springfield, the two '
eman of spotless character, portionAi of Tallahassee moat thick lv
i g devotion to principle and settled by negoroes, and is a very cred-
al e loyalty to the State and his table building, thoroughly up-to-date inll
, The Herald supports him for all of its rftipointmeY.ts and .well fur-
Ination for his present office. nished throughout. The rural negro /
Gorda Herald. schools will not open-until November
itt's Little Early Risers are after the harvesting of the cottbn crop, I
for anyone who needs a pll. They as labor is so scarce that the nerro
1mal, safe, sure little pills tliat do farmrst are compelled to have the help
Hrpe or sicken. Sold by all drii'- of their children during the cotton pick-
in!. !e'son.
on. T. L. Clark, of Monticello, is in Found at Last. *
eity in a brief business trip. J. A. Harmon, of 'izemore, W. Via..
Mrs.B. A. Meginmnss is spending a says: '"At last I h:ve found the per- mm mmmm ml mi
lW days at Ocklocknee, 4he guest of feet Iill that never disappoints me: anl
..an Mrs. Geo. I. Daivis. for tih benefit of others atilicted ith .. --- .
Brown, the popular color for fall is torid liver and chronic ostiatl. Thoma N. Fvans, I)ntiit Reid the Fire Company's eport. eclal Notcet
Il represented in our extensive show- wil s wiy take Dr. King's New l, .p stairs. next to enigr h the re C's port. e dtlal Noti t
of Schwab's clothing. Levy Bros. 'iil.' Guaranteed satisfactory. 2, hn,,;,- str .to h h Tallahaseans read t. representing the
.g at all druggki.ts. ils No. ;- Aniiu.l ] .l;,ort of the Volunteerr Iire' lumbia Tailoring Co., will give a d
r. W. 0. Amis and Miss Annie --- --N Name iats 'lO r 'all. St,. !i C'oinp;iny printed els~here in tiui is- play of a lrge line of samples, co
me returned Monday front a delight- &hat pneuiatie tires arc to th Lev' rs. 2.. sue of our p)per. it is a crediLable >risin N all the stal les and novelties o
K stit to St. Teresi. wheel, read Easy shoes are to the JF r i, showing and the young en should be )oth foreign and )Domestic Woolenl.
'Dr. Henry E. Palmer received a tele- ,e ..Tom. .. LeyB(rd '' l l'. i int the city, MidW'1 l nie ,i' enoutiraged in their efforts to give T'rl- Wait for himn if you want some ol
i calling him to"Wilkesboro, N. C., Judge J. T. Brnrd is visiting hi i i the othee o th Tl Demo- itclass lire protetioil. It the tlate styevs in cu.tomm-nade wClotho
Mod n amount auhter Mrs. Wo. t, Powell andt ers. es. at tGe ootce ta 'l'ri i T )e l .serdayn mor l elll1 t well for each property own(r ing.
himyoungersi M R. M. H l F. C. Groover. of Jacksonville. The I I y..totrtopy nnorn. t, ,, ri antil consider wha might happen
young ser, M M rs. M iJudIge is accompanied by hi. grand- I.ln't Iimtgine your-iti .-r,\inoff ol : t uniaid uardilins of th.ir ioliln. ''The pulli, i.s invited to investigate
ly Miss Mtt P er, daughter, Miss Janet Byrd. "dana1 ufly just bncae .,, n mrror uai0 plIda,, I ," |, i. ines ion!l Il.v < im Ii the Wor thin toi Roller Window Screen
letter from thei Doctor stated eser- Before purchasing your hor' ., call S"tited ita ltid isc*ol ,r 1 ,l ,,, II nit'. thel Ih < r 4' ta l c have ,o u ien ro i :,v.,- .i W t.rbitt's. 27
day, and his arrival home is expected and see ny stock, a nice lot just having rc-il'red it . -; I( h ,r ir i r t, Aime.l; n: tliet leI acth ili n pirt.tl.i- Mr'. ,. .: ( ohen, made a pleasant
Y come iin. j i P. S. .i l t'.. t anil scem what al. i.. .. oi-eNt t W,,,1 I, tl t lir hands into their i ,.0 .t' visil to .Ja. soi iville Thursday.
.b. t le0-f will make in lytour appntear,.:,. 2t0 when ,v',r uioney is li-,.d-i alid l. ', i Tll he '' Miannicello base ball club defoat-
ade th ain the line ofu Shirt ta The ApalachicolaG uards ps Mr. E. J. John-stonll, wl-! .. la short the'm.seiv.5 into a te '. ;.. ; l St. Aiiutine in a fine game of ball
& no.d Men'd s Furnishers 25 through Tallahassee last Fralavon their ut share atti(ek of ill- wok, a ppreciative. ,tiil ii fiil at Jack,.,,oiltl yesterisy.
& Co., Men's Furnishers. 25 tth btv irF.
Annie P. Ames will open h way to the Jamestown Exp.osition. pen : ew days in S. at t r- v tangible proof of yu'ir :lAr),.lN- v:htr M pk. of the Quincy Time.
school Monday, September 23rd Mrs. W. M. Holloway and younger Persian Plaids for fall yL l :lks aelik t wr.tl y 'aint visit.es
O. Tuition $3.00. 30-2t children have returned from their sum- Bros All e lks 'ar ,l(ke to 1 .'VI -. sy pllt vio.
Mr. George P. Raney Jr.,m of Tama er outing. Misses Ethel andl Omeira Bros. shes fr women Ly lv -.,. M. Will Paer, a other of Dr. H.
Mr. George P. hanea, Jr., of Tahassee mpa, Holloway will remain away for several Mr. R. V. Vimn, wiho ,nnectetl J.. Toe sl wish s t, re.rnei his E. Winllr, has arrived with his four
idEbeen *n-.; r, has arrived with hill four
bAisw~aeek.ol ihes i tends ,weeks longer, the guests of Miss Imo- with the Lake Jackson I .,co Co., many frk nds ind p,:itri.ns, th:,t hll .till children from Texas, to take charge of
s week. w e i gen Woolen, in Tennessee. will be married Wed- 'sth, to carries ;i up-to-dite lin. in lin.' il'- th0 Doctor's plantation at the old Mu-
Miss Edith Foster, the talented ins- Trunks and Suit Cases to please you. Mis M. Owens, daughter Mr. r. ob. nislhing-l. i. rat place.
trctress of organ music at the Wo- evyros. to l ert Owqns, of Lake Jackr. M. Jenh n Mill and M hn
an's College, has returned tu TTalla- Le ro.v MisG eadrKia Felkel, w,.. ats been s th .nhia olds Sons Tallhaf ill an M. ac in
e r rA Fosto on a-an exendc vi- ong I rout to AalaFhicola. h aIr aong our regularadvertI
r, r. A. Foster, accompanied itii her sister, Mr. Watson Cobb. friends in the Centrevill. lorhood, John N. (. Stocton. in he Three have a change in their advertisement
hi' sister for ahort visit to Florida's Mr. Hugh Wilson, of Quincy, was in1returned home yesterdllt. IJriend.s," thel other two ,i, ilwa' this week, which it may be to your ad.
e"a"pital. the city last Friday attending the ball The public is invFiteui. ',.. 'stiaite Hndl Harrs, ie txpl'tl Ito ;.ti,,ilie' ftor vantagve to look into. This is one of
One of tle requisites of a pleasure game. the Worthington Rllh-r :.w Screen Governor in a few d:.s'. '1 iit.L, if is i the most reliable houses in the South
is a handsome Suit Case or Bag A ents for Stetson & Crawford and at J. W. Corbett's. ;7 ,h.t.,l. will tlh. oni,.- pi.'-Uiatle' and our people will always find it to
TiO the stock of Burns &, Co. 25 W. L. Douglas Fine Footwear. Levy Mr. and Mrs. Anthv ,,s are re- Mia;mi M't rollilis. their advantage twi consult them before
Monday night deputy sheriff Court- Bros. turned from their w(i.l andi tre Sure Mike. '' "Iiat i the, ,iect of the buying machinery.
ty captured-a negro t ief, calling him- Mrs. J Gtrdan Peat-ce and her little pIqsantly located ait -Vhatley' intition. Mi Clem Hmton t Talll ee
o L. C. ourtney, iio had entered a daughter. Irllian, have been on a pleas rdin house .1 T r aIif rtu d w sntown .em m n, e sho he
F.tln belonging to a turpentine firm at ant visit to frienddAn Centreville. Miss Casi Sweti im agm n 'hme ti w,., o i-,I fri nendls ar r oa n l ye.trinay, enroute h hmn
hres, and has hi now occupying a Miss Mary Hall, the attractive daugh- from a delightful visit to .land. viadl to arln tha he hits almost entirely been spending a week before returning
the Leon county jal. ter of Mr. Thomas Hall, of Bradford- v Bros l it illne. t t I asee frm her vacation. Mis
Sohwab's Clothes. See them; they ville, is the guest of Mrs. D. M. Lutz, e Schwab's clothinii ,vyBrom nie, t ar, hihis ecnflte in to ro r v tion. Mi nd
. aml perfect beauties. Theirequal made at the Leon Totel. 2" .04. i uli, C, t'uchran and family hale. tl? i ton ha beenL in Californ ia
St f m eciurte would Their equal mrde atle e Mr Henry *rady I. formwrlv r-to n' I frin it a pli-asant summer's o- other west rn states all summer. While
, e r would cost you doube. Rutabaga Seed! Call at Yaeger- .with B rns & Co-,.- a po.- j,-urn !It .t. 'leri.a. ill town vy'sLonlav she made the Demo-
Lvy Bros. 29 Bethel Co.'s for your Rutab.tga Seed. theithun ; a p,' urc <-t' a f-ainit call.-- Live Oak Demo.
' Mr. R J. Mays, of. Monticelloo'as 24-t ton with th luicha::. ,- o,., of '1ie' frinees of Mr alln(Mrs. Artuimr crat. ,he is now at home, and herhost
the cfyon Mon Jacksonvile. Mr. 1.e S r all ht.atilh f C1. ,ll'r diIeplvy sympiath, ith tli,,i ,'f T'alL.ia,,.,ee friends are pleased to
I Mr. Abratm McDougall has accepted has returned to Tallahassee to resume tory of Georgia, h i li. lene a- lai-et, who asei ia ;iv ual i r. hav h.r aninc. after several month
poition with the Johnson & Sons' his duties as attorney for the Raiiaad signed to him. l',. i Mar lareta who passed av>. a it Ms. . ha returned home.
d In Monticello. breaking' tommisson. The v Sena tor Na.ibeen an Tread Easy Shoes rn:tle a, feet glad. had ioeen ill for several \.,,ks, eit it atfier a shrt visit to her sister at
':'tad Easy shQ need no breaking interested visitor to the National Bar
a. Levy Bros. 29 Association recently, convened at Port- F'or women. Levy lir-. J wuas hoptd he wouh.l ',. I.nef.litt..l 1by a q cy
Mr. 3. Westcott Edrnndsomi, of land, Maine. When in the Capital he The public is invitei. r. investigatee cha of e'lit'' "rn,' funTral Mra .r. Claude LcEngle and am-
.,Mr.leasantly located it MrE N. M. the WorthinSton ,,h r \\ ..!w Screen 'latee from the re-.iileli't..'utilay a.ter- IMv hndMrsr Claude Lfrnole and famin
.Jksonville, is visitin his many rela- Booen'nds houa to aora Cl. tJ W rtm I '2 c at five o' -i,. ,.v rcturnejiome from a peasant
land friends in Taaha .e hou.n B boardig house, on ,e' 7 There h', 1 ," ,i'. ., t 'rad l'c .y visit, to tie mountains of North tlarol -
Mr Wm B i.d t I i u.. Before investing in ai m .w se-win' h. Fho. or W e.,lli .'*v. ,ndw.cre glrdtolearn that the
-Mr. Win. B.u rd N il n is ho Mr. and Mrs. J. W. W remnn will naehine for your Ksu m ,. swin hca W hav n n t, f n e'alh of ther litlr stoon. the asumer,
S wll t-ke in s the m its- leave on Sunday for their new.home in ad ricethe New lion- and hite W hav on h l of ine icalth of the early litart on the summ ver,
hs wakeh n ea,,me. XPO Deband, much to the regret of their nmachines at J. E. T,.- Fuliture kiln-dri editor of the True Democrat, friends. S.ore, on corner of Atl..- rid 1linton uall, n'hna lridhe'i l tar Tt-r ; Misses Setue and Hattie Barry, of
his ihas been enjoying P Eunice Beck, thE' attractive 20 lreis will ;leiaste you. (;t our order Mitn who have been pleasant guests
kfor a o igfht, but is now back nei. e of ... J. Egar Wilson, left Mr. H. N. Sweet ingi., t ie popular Yar.. 9 of Miss Daisy Stewart, eft for home
feelIng much stronger .fort Tallahassee for her home in Maryland watchmaker and jew.ll. !ias gone to yesterday
dl l ret. after a visit of several weeks to her New York to lay in a,hari ome stock Subscribe to The True Democrat. Mr. T. H. Randolph returned home
e your Suit frm urt a o s ount of holiday goods. .. .-- i teterday after a pleiasaat outing at
., the style ad ft rnMr. John Bell has returned from a 3ear Wilson, the clh.lest s.n of Rev. Teresa.
y n auiJ. delightful house party at Beaconhill. J. r Wilson. left last week for A ,iD I A Mrs. C. A. Schoemake and little Marie


"' Iil I inGo to tr&a & Co's. for Bathing Kaor- Col leg, Oxforp, (;a.. and his l i n I U have returned from a delightful visit to
U9ida g 5 Sn.,n Suits Negligee shirts, Summer Undo. broth r Frank will leave this week for igT0tA a4 Child. St. Teres.
Set wLUrf Kasi Drawos. Leather Soekthe tAte University at ;Gainetille A .~ a ?...-.. .
WO- .rOa tabytu ,-- __i- nd._ . I ,,-- ..r1 m to S DO HorK. W HN|... n
oil --l. .. .. ..y-. -.- A fine carload just in. at bestprices.
o f A t a of Ta 4ia i uewl temt tisd Wth without board, convenient to Drs the fCl and e them and get prices.
"Fb W"Ma-m. f waA" Sh2. 2 bath. No ehtlrM taken. Apply to signature of C. I. SCHOKNAI,
;r ,wowt- to I.0S Mberibe for th Tr Democrat. -tft Miss Au BLA"N '7 Kenmper of Stabtle."


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Lace Curtains, Portieers, a-id all kinds of House Furnishings


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An Opportunity by Which You May Prorit.

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


WILL IT BE YOU?


THE PLAN is simple. With each iuggy s11, from now until December 20th, 1907,
I will give a coupon similar tolthe 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
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to is ch1Wroice' oaro~q S74.00'.V?,,yejq /ahi rny ./or'k, )i0ptr)ov/o
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NOW A WORD ABOUT BUGGY
BUYING.
The sensible buyer knows that a
little judgement often saves many dol-
lars. He knows th4 there a is price be-
low which a good buggy cannot be made
and sold. I have just received a ship-
ment of desirable open and top buggies
of all styles. 'They represent a certain
exclusiveness in quality and price not
offered generally.
HOW IS THIS FOR $55.00


The winning number will bIe (Itermined, DDec., 21st, Iby drawing from the stubs.
The holder of coupon corres ponding to first stub drawn will be given his choice of
any open or top $75.iM) buggy in my stock. This is no fakt. I 'am going to see
that every customer receives fair and just treatment. Sone one holding these
coupIns will positively get a first-class $75.00 buggy, FlElI.
I think I have the most complete and most up-to-(]d.te line of pleasure and
business vehicles in this. neighborhood, but I may be prejudiced. Suppose you ask
any one w lh h:.w had occasion to buy of me. I have pleased some mighty particu-
lar lpople. Why not give me a chance at you.


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Dust proof long distance axels. Side
or end Springs. GenuiIn at Seat.
Quarter Leather Top. Heavy Cuttains.
Storm Apron.. A Buggy that usually
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