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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 27, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075917:00135
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forts has been dissolved.
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they ar how trapeeting many boys
is to ea to attend
sichl," more, hape, th- n In any
previous year. Of course somme parents
have fadutewntm to sedi their children
=to be t b relatives and
=uti M esI'u'AnPbut
these are few. Moet of them pay for
tuition, board, t prtatl and otier
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t paotenmt can tbi well satis-
fled with his children being away from
i&A hewuAul ear. & at home.
Ad atot Pt. dsadvantage
of being unaoquainted, and many other
thing are thus probably thrust upon
c ildren sent away from home. it is
ajo saiod that many of the children edu-
cated away from home lose their affec-
tioa for hom and relatives, and be-
come more attached and interested in
other e ad places.
The polis hopesthat the Press
of the State will aist in stopping this
growing tendency to Ignore our homo
schools aid recognize tbose abroad. If
there is anything wrong with oAr Sta
school system let it be pointed out
remedjie applied. Stad by home
home nastitutloNs, and inetleate in a
people that love that high regard nea*
essary to a happy commonwealth.~
Jacksonville Metropolis.
Dade Comittf Desowesaces.
Miimi, Sept. 21.-At theresent meet'
ing of the Dade county executive cort*
pmttee, the following resolution in re.
gard to the appointment of W. I. Met,
calf to the position as Judge of the
newly established criminal court of ree.
ord was adopted and forwarded to the
Governor :
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mittee of Dade county, do hereby Pro-
test against the appointment. of I.
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TALLAHASSEE, FLORfi. FRIDAY, SYrIEMBER 27, '1907.
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Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; q"aal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


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TO WAR ON THE Ks, atehdesan at m. *. FLORIDA STATE *o'paa 9.. PENN. 2
We are glad to notice that several of a f Ar The firt Saturday in October is hay s l twa
PAPK TRUST. our State contem arie am protet.- R FORM SCHOOL Orphanage Day, and aoos the day wll W R
i.g with The Meopolls aainit nd- be here. The help received from the
~ ing children from Florida to other first saturday in October, 1906, was
Assacatleo WIU Ast That Duty e State. to be educated. The protests Dr. J. I. Taitelr, ef acksonvillte to very fratyIn. And now we ask that Arn A Mseer *I
Tale Off. "may not work any change, and there is pedaftadent everybody who is interested In te Or- e a
After a long discussion covering all no law against snmding the children phangeaat Arcadia will give a sthe -WU bel
After a away but those doing it create the im- News cornea from Jacksonville to t aU of one day, the first Saturday Harriburr, Pa., Sept. l.-T-he
phases of the white paper situation the pression abroad that the school system effect that Dr. J. N. Taylor, of t; October, 1907, for this work. Please expected arrest of those held to bl
members of the American Newspaper mi this State is inferior to that of oth- place, hs been offered the Superinten- ot forget or ilete it. We now ibl for the frauds
Publishers' Association voted in resolu. er Stite, whenin fact, it ismuch bet- .JTtytwo children to f od, crlothee "
tion at a met ,ng in the Waldorf to ter than that of many. Everything dency of the State Reform School at an educate. Mr. W. H. Hooker, our furnishing and decorate of Pa
tion at a meeting in the Waldor-Asto- possible is done to make odr schools Marianna, and has taken the matter legislator, has made it his business for vania'p $18,000,000 capitol, were r
ria recently to take steps to obtain re- meet the conditions necessary. Liberal under advisement. In this, may be years to see everybody i Arcadia and yesterday, the attorney-general esan
lief and if necessary to fight for it, appropriations made, good instructors seen the Influence of Hon. John secure a contribution on the first Sat- ,warrants to be t foi foul t
maintaining that illegal conditions make employed, building a rules are nota- Enle, of Duval county, w has been urday in October, spending the whole thearighteen p esed fo fourterms
the cot of paper high. ble features of the system, and those L e of day n the work. Last year he brought iol nvnrms
The meeting was a specialone, called who are engaged in school work in Flor- a member of theboard of managers of u three hundred dollars for the day. by te capitol in t tion commit
by the president. Herman Ridder, pub- ida are constantly trying to better con the school since ts establishment, and We ask that somemanor lady in every as involved scnd. T
." has been devoted to its iWe ask that some man or lady in every for Whom wainole wore issudafor-
lisher of the New York State Zeitung, editions for education. A large tax is has been devo tontere town in Florida d milar work for the for hom wa were issued
and was largely attended. paid and p1a children admitted to the throughout a period of cautious oppos- Orphanage. Please try to interest Jolph M. Hsu, architect, and
The white paper situation was d- public schools. Many of those parents tn n iuerale t most deter every one, regardless of denomination, both of Phlladlphaa
scribed by one or. the members as the who pay a part of this school tax aetu- mng"t o mu e to put in his or her business the largest John H. 1ndrs of Philad el
most important topic in present day ally impose upon themselves a double mme shool wairst established ona day's work they ever did, and send the h frn ui
newspaper economics, and a vital one in tax by sending children away, incurring Theschool was first established on a to m at Aradia. The home hi onraor for hn
the future of the newspapers of the additional expense and securing nothing basissf aymnt of $0 p Yar for poor white orphans of the State, resman Ad executive
country. Prices of the paper, it was for the tax paid at home. Were these each county on each inmate sent, but "irrespective of religious creeds of na- ett resurr
country. Prices of the paper, it a for the tax paid at home ..,r t -- an u oe m t e.
declared, have been constantly advanc- parents or uardians singled out and many of th counties, following the ex- tionrlity." Give your day's earning the Pennsylvania Construction
parents ur gu'rutan smgieample.of Duval,a efused to complywith tionclity." Give your day. earnings, ny, contractors for steel fling
ing recently, until in sore instances double taxes for educational purposes, aj". e o al the lused to cs oyf wth your estimated income, and make it a ot
newspapers, once profitable investments the protests would be vigorous and nu- th lw. At te last es *i n te arge glad (lay for the poor. fames HShumaker, Jo,
are now losing ones. meus, when in reality these same nature at aropriati We ask that Sunday Sool and formersurintendent
Wholesale rates to newadealers, it persons are voluntarily paying it with-; 100 wasmade for te support of the churches hell in fully adveI ngthe and buildings who receipt
was added, are now in many instances out compulsion, and, we might sa school, besides $5,000 for iniprovements day, and that Sunday School uperin- f furnishings.
no more, and in some instances less without necessity. and .$3,000 to cover existing indebted- tendents and pastors interest their George F. Payne and h
than the publisher pays for the paper We are toldby railroad me that n churches and chols, and do every- Charles G. Wetter both o
upon which newspapers are printed, they are now transporting many boys. Te board of managers con s of thing reasonable to et a contribution phia, builders of the capitol
Some of the great paper concerns are and irls to other State to attend r. C. Lne, oJa ve; from every one e will think the tractors for the08000 t.
Som-o teoaecr e o e s t t, L.ekle and Hon. W. If. Milton. ditor our ppr in the State William P. Snyder,Pro
not quoting prices at all, telling would- school, ore, perhaps, than in any Jr. of Ton l.v editors of all our papers in the State if a nde r
be urchasers there is no paper to be previous year. Of course some parents ;Jr, on WL i mer of they wil advertise the day the rst former auditor general,
had. Production has practically stop- have inducements to send their children nsacola. and Hon. W. L.almer, of Saturday in October. We sincerely t warrants of the
ed. One authority pointed out that toplaces to be taught by relatives and O, lando. t u n hope for large help. Send amounts to William L. Mathues, M l
fhe price of newspaper had advanced at famous educational institutions, but h romie of ncreae usfulnss B.M. EAN, Superintendent, state treasurer who
$12 a ton since 1904. these are few. Most of them pay for for this excellent and in ispensable in' Arcadia, Florida. of the contractors.
s,, ~stitution involved in the rospectc of ArcdChaes F. KinsmnW
The publishers declare this stringency tuition, board, transportation and oth'r having it involv c ge of sthe pect of S Chaee.Kinman W
is not ue alone to deforestation and the incidental expenses, which amount to a having it in charge o uatheh ti mad al of e t CoIddtor.e Johnl a
failure to secure adequate amounts of considerable sum within a year. A lov- Dr. Taylor, cannot be overer.timated. all of allldelphla, toe
the pulp from which te paper is made, ing parent can never be as well satis- )r. Taylor has devoted a large part of It is almost impossible to imaginethe Pennis Bron
but to combines among certain manu- fled with his children being away from his life to the care of friendless or way- feelings of the young woman who had ized b rso, f the
facturers to kee prices up. That is him as he would were tney at home. ward boys, and has a large and valuable that awful experience at the seashore of the T *,000 lighttin
the end toward which one phase of the Sickness, discontent, the disadvantage experience to rely uon in the work of a little while ago, and which she never Fran I *, alitor, i
fight is to be pitched if a warfare be- of being unacquainted, and many other reforming juveni eofnders against the intended to tell about. Somebody did general's
comes rec icsssry. things are thus probablythrust u n law. His success in this line of effort tell about it though. Must have been counts of the
The other s to a reduction in the tar- hiren sent awa from home. is swell known, and his connection with somebody there who knew her. If Nearly all theId
iff on wood pulp and paper from Cana- also said that many of the children edu- the school will constitute a guaranty of there was and he or she did not go to during the day
da. The publishers plan to carry their cated away from home lose their aTec- itssuccessful and humane oprat n. her rescue, then all we've got to say entered bail for
contest to the President and the Depart- tion for home and relatives, and bc- Develop the ^Sl Country that he or she was about as mean as a Dauphin eou hltytl
ment of Justice, maintaining that there come more attached and interested in D man or woman ever gets to be. It was defendants were hel
exists against them combinations in re- other people and places. The St. Lucie County Tribune quotes all because she wanted to acquire a which was furnished in
straint of trade. The Metropolis hopes that the Press Mr. J. E. Ingram as having lately giv- nice coat of tan so she could prove she by surety companies.
The committee on paper made an ex- of the State will assist in stopping this en a bit of advice to the people ot Ft had been summering by the sad sea
tensive report, which formed the basis growing tendency to ignore our home Pierce that should not be confined to one waves. She didn't have as long to stay s* *
of the discussion. This committee con- schools aRd recognize those abrcd. If community. "Open up your ba(V as she would have liked to have had. Mrs. Annie Hennessey,
sists of )on C. Seitz, of The World; there is anything wrong with our State country if you would build up your If there had been more time, or possi- Avenue, went in the dark
John Norris, of the New York Times, school system let it be pointed out and town,' was the quiet admonition of ly t was money she needed, she would night to the household m
and Conde Hamilton, formerly of- the remedies applied. Stand by horn. and that very practical gentleman, and the not have had to rush things and put By mistake she drank
St. Paul Pioneer ress. There were home institutions, andi inculcate in all injunction is worth more to the people herself in the position where such a containing a mild solution
many speeches, in which members r- people that !uve that high regard nec- of this country than all the 8seeches of thing could have happe -ed It seen acil. The taste burned her
late their experiences in the fortt to essary to a happy commonwealth.- the president put together. We hear a that she got into about the scantiest she h d struck a light she
obtain paper, and the price walls that Jacksonville Metrop)lis bit tou much of the obligations owed attire she could, and then dislprted label that she had taken 1o
seemed to be cretced against them. - the town by the s rro,-nmningy country. herself about on the sand in the sun in When the doctor came he
This resolution was adopted amid ap- Dade Committee Denounces. It is our duty to hia in the home town. a way to secure the heaviest coat of tan the bottle and decided that the
plause: It is our duty to s4,,,*k up for the home possi bl in the shortest ossihle time. was so weak and the amount'
In view of the information sul mit- Miami. Sept 21.-At the recent meet- town and it is our ltdty to vote for th She wanted to make a good jobl of it taken was so small that the doee
ted to the American Newspaper Pub)- ing f thV Ia'I coty executive comn- interest of the hir.ih town. ut wth and she did. Sh, was emnirintly sur- not do any great harm. He- l
lisho r's Association Lby ilComunitt< eon inititee, tlhei following resolution in re- insist .s on the duty thrt the home town c o nsful anli sh wai prou I of h.r jol-. Mrs. Hennesrey, but she insisted
Paper, indicating that unlawful comrbi- a t, th i tie ;pttoint caont nt of W. I Met- owes to the surroinllig rural district 1 S w 'as ro'oner than thi tradltiioma she was poisoned. She had hi
nations of ipaper makes have been c:l f to the' Po-it ion as;s ude f the Incidentally, the f;,r'nr ell)s to pay berry. Si. was lik- the l n in iitheole read somewhere about the effect '
organized recently; that attificialstimr- newly esta ,lishel (crimin courtof rec- for th,.. pavements anil either improven piopilar war time song,. who, "srrew so bhlic acid and she actually felt all
nation of prices has been accomplished, ord was adopted and forwarded to the ments of the home. twn. When he 'lreiful tanned he triel to fool the Yan- symptoms which she recalled. A
and that judicial prohibition of such ef- IGovernor : brings his truck'" for saleI the I'r- k,'.s into thinking' he w.s a contra- dotes were administered and the
forts has b.en dl&ssolved. '.\Ve, Ite deml crat;c executive com- centage for licensevs ;,i rents are ta:k- ,:''."-. She for,-oel the conductor on proceeded as if it were a case of
The American Newspaper Publisher's mitt, of DI)al county,, .ho herebypr o- en off the price's ,l.*e.il him. The the train on which ihe( traveled back to carbolic poisoning, but Mrs. IH
Association herbvy instructs its Con- test against the alppojntment of W. I. banks loan monne f., extension to tv he 'r hone' in Virginini. They run Jim died in agony.
mittee on Paper to invite the attention Metcalf as jiude of the criminal court merchant, but th I i,,,r..r. just a s ihon- e "w e,:rs on this particular road, and She was not killed by carbol I
of the President and Department of of rcrd for Dade c umty, and we here- est and with seit\'v just as go,,., when she took her placo in the fir.t- The doctor reported that that wa
Justice to these movements, which we by call on Mr. W. I. Metcalf to redeem must pay more for improvements on class coach she was tol, that she would possible. What did kill her was
regard as conspiracies in restraint of his written promise and refute to ac- his farm. The farmer should iatronize have to go into the car "assignedt for magination.
trade,: and we give these instructions cept the appointment to said office, as the merchants of ;. home town, but her race." She protested, and lost her The effect of imitaination I
to the committee in order: he was defeated for same in primary does the home town put itself out to of- temp'r, and then she cried, but all to all cases of sickness is just
First-That the authority of the ex- election held in Dade county for the fer him a market for h Iproduce? h i no avail. Tht conductor knew what to be adequately recognized.
isting statutes for repression of trade purse of nominating a judge of said ity takes very little. ntrest when th he wa there for, and he didn't prose cannot break his leg by the mt
combinations may be invoked: court. country wants roads or schools, and y.t to" llow any "*con" to ride in the use of his Imagination, but ina
Second-That the defiance of recent The agreement made and entered into it is only by "dev.'loping the back white folks' ear on hiis train Into the mental troubled, and even dgde tive
judicial action prohibiting participation by the attorneys of the Dade county country" that the town can h~e safely jim crow car she had to gi and the lung ailments, the power of tihe
in such combination b certain Western bar before the primary is as follows : and sanely grown. Always the rtat.- only .ay the got out of the scrape was nation is greater than the *eet
mills may be punished We th undersigned, members of the men and the business men are grown to teldelraph to her home and get a mes- medicinal drugs. In uch cases
Desae from *omeon, who knew her that die or get well greatly as they
And that the President may be put in Dade county bar, hereby agree not to in the country, but when they have Ie. wsae from some ono who knew her that die or et well greatly as they
possession of information which hall attempt to secure or to accept appoint- come great in the city they never think w ld satisfy that conductor that she selves decide. Some people when
equip h;m to advise Congress of the ment as one of the personnel of the of the country aygam until they retire. was tanned and not mulatto. Wasn't are the least bit ill let alltheir
abuse of tariff powers by paper mak- criminal court of recorof Dadecounty, from business and goK back home. to that just awful? Woman's National dwell upon their sickness, m
ers. Florida, if same be established by Flor- die Di chaeaily. y mptoms and grow worse n
This resolution followed: ida legislature, unless we be chosen to ll this mu changed before th,. e kin of atien
fillesoluti ed:yAllntgi such, b positionrby te'etion, ntio nfesite fhagedThePasngoftheCommo PeopleIilleopn site kind of patient d
Resolved, That it is the sense of this fill such position by th people's will, as nation free itself from the scandole llness doe not amount to
meeting that the dut on printing pa- shown by primary election. and the mental andl moral diseases that "Thar in't no common people any goes about his affairs and
per, wood pulp and al material entr- Signed--R H. Seymour, Geo. G. Cur- now infest us all. We must developo more; they've all got rich or become on something else.
ng into the manufacture of printing rier, Frederick 1H land. Jr., Mitchell the back country" or our cities are bft common. Some are hired by the trusts., faith cures, healing by i
hipaper be immediately repeale. ant Prce, RJohn (;ramblin, Fe. B. building whose fo.ulrations are of some are pedlin' insurance, an' some health by will power and the
his resolution, having significant tonema, Rmond auer, sand, and they will I overthrown w ar rtailin rick chickens an' rancil often more sutantial re
bearing upon the first, was alo passed. ( Holles, Rbert Taylor, A. E. the rains come anHl he' winds blow. butter. Them that stay on the farm the publicthinks, imply byresae
Reso ved. That the membership of ||eyser. W. 8. Ilintin, W. W. Erwin,. know a lot more aHbout cow-ticks than io'wer of imagination over the
the association pledge themselves to an A. A. Bogg F M. Hldson, H. B. The blunders of the last Let islatui' they onc did. Take 'em all in ell, up New York Weorl l.
adequate assistance for legal counsel Saunders, Jr W. I Metalf. are to cost the. p. "'pie' of Florida a c ,,r ie side an' down the' either. an u It' a IMttaea
and other expenses in assisting the ---- - ...--- siderable sum Afrtr the last ses I, ander the bed for good luck, they ain't
government in any pres'cution that IFlorlda's Iloxham Narried. had adjourned, anmi the, announcmenti'it i,,t the sense that the'r granld:ulien v'ou are after. White's Cream Ve
may be undertaken, and that the ex- The following from Salem, Va Sep was made that the ta\ levy wou!'l havr had. They're lots more r.r .resive, i fuge has a world widereputati
ecutive committee be instructed to t mtth, boht ploa s s to be increased, there was a ge.ner an' they're more highly civilized; but heat of all worm destroyers, and
gather information and raise such funds temer 19th, brought p in newtounasy feeling amn taxpayers; an when you bile them big words down, tonic influence on wk and un
as may be required. Tallahasseeh: m ormferd vernor rs now. even with an Inrlreasu d tax l.vy. what d Among those whodiscussed the white ham I Blxham. of loi and Mrs. the indications are' thl;t the extra "" that they ain't no way of swindlin' onc lation of their fodl, strength
paper situation were M;essrs Seitz and ertrude M. Norvell, ,of )alla*, Texas. sion must provide' for raising n ,ro anther that they nint ketche.d on t.. nervous system and restores
Norris, John H. Fahev, of the Boston both guests at the Hotel Crawford' funds. The I.'gislatur, has made ipl- When yu talk a.outt polbtlCHl princri)l.s health and vigor natural to a child
Traveler; A. J. B-lethen, of the Seattle were quietly married here at 10 o'clock propriatins in x f the reven- little thing like tht, all .yes are you want a healthy, happy child.
Times, and several representative of this morning, in th Iresnce of a few of the State. anrd ;,overn,r Broinvar.n n the board, for to see whar the rake- battle of White's Cream Ver
Canadian paper. friend. Rev. Geore ma of the finds that someth.n must be done to Irt is a-gwiter fall. The bluecolic gent For sale by Hardee-Smith Co.
an~pIscopal church, performed the cere- meet the emneriencv. It in also mt,- has e'en about madl e hisapiwarance, an W .
SI. Lee. mny. The couple will probably spend mated that in his call the Governor will his lace has been took by the feller The Wshinton Verdict of Chip
S.d the autumn in Salem." include a prohibition amendment to, the, that drives a lithtnin' rea sulky an' speaks thus nicely for its home
Wacurs allthe greatest General the world The True emoct, with the Goer- Constitutin of they will get down though thwor marri a new l in ever couwnds." Joel' people: W hint county is
has ever known. Ballard's Snow Lini- I nor's hosts of Florida and Tallahassee is nothing at all definite on this .r tter. things have passed away, an' the new the best in the South : Chihey is
creatis all pain It'st withienthe rick friends, extend congratulations with When the Legislature' meets, it idto ti 1) have hove in sight wi' the pirate fla a of the best in tow the ouh


"al .es Th a y h t nd-1wor W ro I
Texas, writes 'This isto ceify hat in ay li. and his wife's life. n- at once, and nowait until the Gov- Chandler Harrisin Uncleeu'Ma soon have e rog the et roads
Ballard's Snow Liniment has been used :ll days w le ernor or any other fiwer has to whip azine for october. s ao the t
in my household foryears and has been We have on hand a large stock of fine them into line. There will be work for ..-~----- country. Come and see us.
found to be an excellent Liniment for kiln-dried 4-inch flooring and ceiling; them to do, and the people of Florida Dade City Star: Sometimes brains live among us.
Rheumatic pains. I am never without also 8 and 10 nch finished boards. The will want them to, et down to business manage to get almost as much recog- J. Gordan Pearce. of Tal
it. Sold by Hane-Smith Co. prices will please you. Get your order at once. -Greenvill News. nition as a political pull -- Reward is was in town this mnrnin en
-.- -- in while it lasts Child Bros. Lumber FoR SALE.-Gas Range, as good as something originally made for merit, A lton on business.-Live Oak
febacribe to The True Democrat Yard. 9 new, 308 North Monroe Street. 30-tf but genemlly given'to graft. 23d.


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,t XUa DMOCIRAT. eA **,-.* i aW
JO" N 0. COLLINS. Publisher. had ata,)en;tIexerbi
biV 30p 8 totall-s. Pablis;e'. Governor JBeckhamn, of Kentucky, had itd sela *xerehses
L IaE KV -, O IG like Governor tiroward, of Florida, mill mrn n the Chapel.
m LEvtY DAY MORNING.'soo- retire frm-theurnatorialloffc Ice ouseci wa cor dct a e
a d c. ,nr t the exceutve affairs into;C (aplain and Dean uof the college, Pro-
ri" i. r .. ., i. I the e xecu ritive aier aTs.lfessor Ludwig Buchholz ,who r the
#adet Ittolaw,, t recently lay I- i Cou- w e12*1st nPsalm,da Irtoiof the 4th.
te ,owi> I,tt, ,, ,,it, I oiund bkirou. bia county, K enti- ky, the ournty of hie (hapter of FPhllipLan-. The reading
[g|4as non w.i. f.l.intin I& b ro.dv 'as foltowg by a prav-r and hymn,
-w.n-, thin tt i wet, Irnditre:nativity, and sa4 that in laying aside, wal .
W thi atsa ir i.0 ,,od( tueu :iv oThaial rotsa of office he could point the latter h a a accompl3y-
L Fins the''w,ijl fr.A hithi rl wv 4cA to th. work o his dmriiniitration with mer t by Mi Iter \l;,h to t ds
Too pur r a ,rstill uC Im ,L4ig, view." pri'FI appoint n etm o f the ',.-,rh,r.'f from town,
T v -- ktd. pTo ,uote (ov- rnor .ieekham's exact (if whom theb was .. ..odly number,
wo- rLwe ake the following extract MisCline the new v,.:,j teacher, Miss
Church Ntice. worom we ake the footing extract erue the new tef., rr of the violin,
"llniuy M. E. Church, f4outh, I. X. I'atters.n. 'I-ih all of its d(jlti paid, with nort arnd M bHardaway, ,,.o, of the teach-
aar. --trvere Muriay at Ii a. n. ara 7 ua.n. I- ers of p o, had intt arrived, so
u Jun wiorwth Leurun, $.or. p. m. .ti.or .p- a irgle urpaiid outlstaiding claim jI f hadl r,,,t mo.t a
;.worth Liwu. 4.00p. m. All mombwr eoutd against it, with it credit as good as that the customary r ,ica program
A.tetn. The public and strantuer. eprw:aliy nu- that of the federal government, with !was necelarlly orriitt-'. These ladles
a: vled to worship with us. 1are all ex- p*to bK w,.,pr,..ent by Mon.
Prei. trIanChurch, Rev. Win.M.7 iter. l'.s- every state institution in the best con-, ay allnd hen the .ho. pr.-xerie by will
ktor.- Rvular ,mre<.en. t II ,,orla.l r..,, n,,rI t edition ever known before, with our and then the i will
:6o'ekk p. m. HailiIth hi sat *':: ,, M-h,'hool and 'llg.s developed and im- doubtless be nmore t. iai.r Mte
ldweek s r%. or., w.nAls ev-i. ri f ..,) lrdif b heyonid comparisonon with anyl The President, I'ro-. or A A. Mur-
First 14epti. t C'lur h, R1ev. J,. it 'rr I $ iprc.d ing adrw ',rn trati SIevie,.: u,,.la at .I a.,in.ar., :: : ,. .. li,;'.ri t r.new c,,a,t,,l practically corn- which he congratuA ., students
hol.10:4r, a. in... .lunli,r 1. Y. 1 *,: i ,rn., p .t dI l Btad I r,.l ,, far,' with a spleridi upt,.n the good work .'. h' them last
Sioe 1. Y. P. U., IFr.ia y a'; i Irnvr i, ,, ., 1., 000 in th a. ear, and, by woar,; rrncfndation
S it*, J" wr Ei, i .IWao ui .r AS ,'. I ,, tra ry /. '1, and advanc.- ar ncouragemirel .,,F,. AJ renewed
,. rt.d p eao,l.,l t ,,. ,, ,, r,,-.r ,I , d, avor on their i ,, make the
i. I*.A. e'v'. ,,flA., r' C i i llAAI Iu,. I.., h Ui,'AI '' .( I, j..i'i*'' 9 of th.ithe I, or
e dru ar,,i 7 o'l,.. .s1.,,,I.Ai,. i A. ii I. ,,I t(,l !.v ;t..l .,.r, ,r n w without hor- orrn ng session an .' , v:,,at. r suc tes.r.
: p.m. PrtdIaty. M .I.. S...i ,!,,,. i, ',,. ,, a, ,,1, ,, I without increaf inKl g irofe or Murphr'. t A!' th, effort
.It* Hu aW 6 if, C11 I, F'',1 ,, I 5 1A.
!,e' I),In .m' ' e' r F / ; A *t-* 'th . 1 't I.In 'e ,III, F owl.I A V.A. C6 'A. ,A,, ,,, i F A e r, jIilil fca > Jf illi in college rank amrnor, i -, in A rneri-
e lolk Pn., in C,, F, ...t.... A M,, gA f $' i t i on I g 'A greet my succeishor ca. Fand reminded t:.A it was"
te idlld r^di ,, ,a,, I ,' A A"AI ,I' ,,,, in I A C ,,A A,1 [I ay (;, n arid the' fair tiern this wor ,,, A ', ,'A ;tAd
ll S, ; $. /I A :, . A ,' . . .A C A I ..A ..-. 1 / 1 1. 1 o f 0K., ,lt u c<.k y L / r a n t ';rr I h e m ta, A, ,' ,r I* Lt ,,l
I III.o, ,,I a A ,'A Al! .C A that hI ,, *r mian who h a I,.e in by l work an ,. ;r Alma
.. t, ;, 1, 1", hrFent of thf es- thinvi, M 'ater [it furt .,, at the new
The I' l Af f"r l;o will ve ,, ., w ho hIrr, ly find without "'u sv,.- ,,oruitor would .-i ,, ,r, about tin
,for ,efil |I A ,/ : It o rnak, ;atnultI,.v S tA;. ,,AI; i;,,or: Iv o ur-I)y n ,;,l .A it thoill d '.,(SooH oo f ; I,,v' ,.' peo .pl. 'L .'. i'r* ain e.- on i'rcontio i C ,;l A,(.rAc to FllowA al1 'I Irn tthe S tat.e
lrm on y ."- us'i for a s,,' ilAl ,.S.- ,Jr ,Il t;ati, 't ir alfairs." foror ( rnfort and (, . ', (. A ofa int-
ion of Ihe I ilautFmr1 to boor I t .ry WhVTie (; ., rI,,, ward ,nall h'A oI,. m ln and forr ..FA :A.,i;try detail in
A| t's political i rsttr t. Tl ri,u Tr iiiut, I- L the :. Chamiit.r at Tiu~t ;. aAlt r ,'tion. '1I,, ,,, :,; will have
Shusc Ws ill w I' ,,iie to make as ,,,d l"t,, room am i,. ; ,. lfor the. accom-I
Lik, .. CA 1FF [ c it U'..L A 1. 1. i .Af rssh ip as r Ji' tliion o i r' i i lar ;r ,A.'iCr <'nrollm SSture, M ike !' t A*. I Ati l til, i lvt o a ccoli', arI o 11 t4*w hardship s dU o,., of e
l of th,' rr h this you i r... A , t Kentucky? than the college ,r t i- In spite,
$ ,X O of the -o s ony i ;, , ,it, and gral-. h'vowev r, of pre.' r,.-ir-t.td accom-
Asnt y politic t.., w l im;r ving it' ,oi, and rol VA- ;if .ldation, there. ., il already
.M ny axet, to ra., ni,,l a vrtl hi, th*I,uloit 1 l tLa.- anm with v rv 1. ok.el for roorr, i.,,I ral enroll-
id!owtical ac tIi1 .ItF o .ii 2.i nd C' 1o i stu o ,'? ;, ; I n'i l t n l.t 3 of
Solitical a'h 1, Ar al ,ttl" a d ,1, ,, ne rly a l1 rlo a1, *,',*, which w a A,, t r-t year o f the
ft; ,, and art arui y 'of i.0' fai. hful to re- hal r,,ilar., i l without aitn increa o" .i -,nc, of th- .... ,'A* uilt'er present
,nwaird for P4-rvic'-' to I th ('ars,. care tax< st 0'... t'S, tu i l a rnan lli'e rIt ((,gi.tt 1ions
Whittle for what th, p..pl,. thIink arl or r ,1 ,f h .- ,.,rn.nt. i thin the n xi A'Ii ir, the $1ie0,-t
ly laugh longer anrdl louloer t a a I 'II "It 'it 1 C iluhle for (ri,v-rn r I'rBoo ,A at5ppropriated t.. th,. i.titution by
tCA S Lu h ln1 ,! i: A A.,*, i to t a rc,,r as bright arndl h. last hI' -ilatu4, w i1l 1h.1ve made pos-
.TeMT, A next lo-,.,vtor of their kuil, A,,,Cl we. know that it 'will cause a -ib many impro..rn.iets Ir, all the yev-
i.wIth allies to bacl h im up, Is what f ,,.. tI,, ,,a of ,,ridle to tingIle the cheek *ral departments, ;d the. Florida Fe-
t most importare. to thi-r in their f1. ,l ,v.ry Floridlian rial ('olleKe, as it I- oIh'iialy designat-
'. t ~rt~aknj~ r t,, ttheu'. e4.d, will be one to which every Flori-
nes undertaking for th futurinma... y point with ri,.
-' .....- .... Th,' Pi 'I.'lLt',ht Ne'ws objcl'ts to the 4 an may point ,ith tCri~h(.
There wers prex Hnt at the opening
S A Rnaway Narriage. doctri. of rotation in ollic. Iet him ,.xtrcises Wedne.slay morning, besides
Last Tuesday Mr. It. .1. TiAhr :ril Iaondi'er th,, ri;il ricleaningr of the follow- thf' President aidl I,,an. Professors
Mi4s Isls Brown quietly left ihie, a,01 irig ge'i, u n' .nin, ntirnents expressed hby 'Calhoun, Williamn, Tucker, Smith, Mc-
Srogeiiled to secure thex t,,rviic.s of No ., .. NedI, and Bondurait; and Misses Keipp,
SPublie Joe Lamb to jomu tht.m ,o "" f th, "lh I'opleo to lChe lone" Fo'ter, Abernethy. I'Aarelay, Williams,
1 thet in the holy borunld f irrttrioly. ( olity Aiv' ,rti.tcr: (;ano, and the libriariAn, Miss Mary Ap-1
After the ceremony the' rvewly Irtarriiel When the, tine c(,ories to fill our coun- theorp. Motherly Mrs Reynolds, also,
couple drove over to lit, a nearby ty olltiEes ;Kitsiri, let n make a "clean was present, ready to banish homesick-
.!town, and thero booarld< tihle wESt- A ,w'e.pi 'nl Iput in rniw rnii "from A ness with gentle tourchi and sympathetic
Ibound train, and earn to Talllaha u.Eri, to iz.zard," ait tIhe. saying goes. I have', enn'ouragetnent which even the most
here they have be.nII tihe gu. ts oft ntritned'l that you sali F stand Mrs. It. W. 'Cobb, until yeiter ita in. fat eotie. a man not a whitl bt-i The three school days of this week
when they went to Monticello to, t r than his neighbors and lhet him get will be devoted to the usual preliminary
t a sister of Mr. Taylor, Itefore re- U sel to "olhfiial harness" arnd by that examinations and clausiflcations, getting
turningg to their home in l ivo (ak time he growls fat anil nasxy he feels all things ready for the reKurfa routine
S rhe groom Is connected with the hi.s ouats anol gets frisky at the public work to he begun next Monday. Miss
ve Oak Brick and Supply Co and expellse. ihe moves tV town, puts on Chaires, of the Model Kindergarten,
bride is a daughter of Mr. C. I1. ara and tlore clothes, and by that time will receive her little pupils on that day
Fo n of the First National Bank. his grand ludely wouldn't know him if at 9 o'clock, a. m., ands Miss Lewis, of
young people's intentions were hoe met hium in the royal. lie finally the model school, wishes to have her
pt a profound eTAret, and the mar- conici' to the conclusion that he owns classes assemble at 8:30 on the same
lege was not madle public for several th. office, it was malde and created ex- day
e. Ot after theP 'erlnoiiny. prlssly for him, andi no other man in (Reu'resentatives of the rival societies,
S- .- -i. tll, crounity is capiilbh of conducting its Athasian and Minerva, are already busy
a, Found at Last. aitairti i ims suci'esfully as he can. And i ca vansing among the new girls, set-
,. J. A. Harrnon, ot lizy.'more, W Va., as to his S eppiing own and out at the ting forth the superior merits of their
a: "At last I have, found tho per- elui'sion of his teriin' such a foolish several societies with much volubility of
lIt pill iltiat n,-. r dialiipoitll me;, nd lit ha1nIs ''ver penetrated his brilliant speech and eloquence of gesture and
the -benemfit of other' afflicted withi r"niI Now, int' Ihiis 'so You all facial expression and purple and white
rapid liver and chronic coriMtipatin, knw it is, andl I think it's high time to and green and white ribbons, aggres-
y111 say take Irr King's New I.ife teIli ,il os f usi a gsood lesson that pub- sively worn in long featoons pinned on
ll." guaranteedd uhtatifaclory. 2' In oli"''e was not created folr private the nhoulders of the various members,
at all druggnlts gin. Aind alo there,' as goo Ifish in wore much in evidence.
Ithe wIta its hai ever oeern caught out of I Among the audience were a number
Misa I'line, I'rofe'nsor of Voice I'ul. it. Tha t's my illustration, though never of post graduates. tome to take suiecial
Sure at the State collegege for Wom.en, usediI that way lIefore, that I know of. course, others as mere onlookers.
arrived Wednestlay eight iand oon i'lhu trso There were, also, several lonely-looking
day monifgit favored the faculty and To Inspect Harbor. maid exiles who had once called this in-
students at morning chapel with a liau- ('Captain il. It. Fer'guslon, of the Civil stitution orf leaning their Alma Mater.
tiful solo. Mibs ('line c'1Anles with ves v S.rvi'e IinKiti'erintg '<'rpS, W, M in Tsl- Their wisttiul expressions called forth
flatterieg recomnienldatioiMs ii to heir iinhasimsee a frw lays this week en route maiany syVmpathetic Klances from the
ability t!o train the vAie, ind the (ol- ito St Mark'. ihe govelinient hits girls, wlho if the truth were known, re-
hlge r to It congratltiihal upon havii.g st.nt Mr. ei.rgusin to that .int to in- grette'd the Itnishment of the unhappy
secured her se vi'ses. e'ii" t harlor f' cilit .s nndl to furnish youths as much an they did themselves.
infoirtation iu~ t t the alvialnility of The outhlok for the college is very
St irut ( t Ef I F on-niiig up th.e 'nonth of th.St. Marks' bright talI exceedinglyy gratifying to
in thf (rcuit Court of he 'Second .l- riv.r Ior ithe ntviKation of larger ves- faculty and students, and to all outsid-I
dicial Circuit o.f Florida. in uand ifor cls 'Is l ., hs thalel there now ern who have the education of Florida's
jLty of leon. In ( 'hi.ee'ry. l'trt |.Le.,n, n.tlr St. Marks, was once young women at heart, and the State
4..>.l'W li ( imflrt.v.. uni.l. UwJ *iit til' of ithe liost important seaplfls on at large is to be congratulated upon
retoi tS lir wif.,StlCI 111 A lniiAl, .it I ,I .C IA I he ,i tire ('lC' cot~i nt. leilig the place df having, tlh rough itlls representative's, so
weati ... o l.mily kM (.llCn... 1.''A...M I, J.lit, i. e.xp.rtI f 'or 'eaitrly all th cottton grown well fulfilled itsobliglatlions toward then
. 'C..iiAC. ,l UIll (<,.lil oi f. ,iu w if.. Wuli .. w N.t- i M idl Ic' lori' l and oauthi ('eor.ia, along the line of education.
riii s. i wf w, Try. f..n,: Ieui. eC and coul lie 'agin brought into reat There is no need for any eulogium of
i.) t,,i dan.. II,',,lv.h, W w lillif prominence ; at least such in the gene- the present faculty. Their worth and
S5l M.,' iC..,,iei, hi. Wif.: I' i,.,r, r ..,,,iiA.ii Y. '. ra opinion, an LA iiA',.. IA, ,,,,i,.. I. ,,,. i ,.,, f... MIF,,tAi.. joining Counlt ie'. ar t I aitutiniK the omt- endorule' ly re-election, and the fact
It .. i .C It 1 rniA C F to C A inA Ih, ,r i .. A i. A ',ie0,..J-C.n t MtCI. A n. r E.i '.C IeAinCA' interel t, tance at all, is recommendation enough.
Si.tin, ..,,, i ,.A .,. l A a i, .. 1 F,.' ,nt ,,i The ls railroad to St. Maurks is the. Nevertheless, it will not be amiss to ex-
AAA.A.,iA. A .. C.... A,, C. et,0CF. 0Cti. e1. h.. I Al. .. f ipe( io'neer roatl ofir Flo ida, tland. in its press the appreciation felt by all pat-
1 ,. I 1 ,,i ,, i, .., i.. f. i.iu Ii ar ela. s, transferred nlnny' ilhns rlns ofE f the college for the excellent
de.. A.,A [,', Ih,, I ,,h, ... o,.f hdo Crn worth of merchanieC tlo St. work cdone by the faculty in the past.
Fr, I..... C. Ci .. ii.. A ... i ..... ,CC, .iie h ..it .. f Mu rk H. 'and fr n t henc'l u'crcms the aver and the con hidence felt in them as a
t ,,i, e, .A... . C ..AA,,iA,-A ,I.,.FA wh.ICA; tou l',,rt Ileon. Since the big tidal wave. b ly oif earnest and consei ntious men'n
I,.,,Id, I lA ...A I ,m 'A IIlA I',AF,, ,, aAway la'k ;n the liftics, that swept and women who will not weary in well-
A..lii A i".iAAA ., 'Ao i "M F A I ,,h ,,,,CA ICA .... i. A "* this s Mrt aniul tIhe bridge that sFtpioned e oting. ... ..


d "u -A" F .,,,A *t;' I n ...'I. ; .. .,C A.' l th nvI I,.ier out into the ;ulf, the harbor Mad To ter fe rty Years.
6t1t. l I,. I '5II A. n I ,I.a CI .I.A.,. EdIII. 1 ),, has be. i t ni little used for larR'e oeso5 ,' I have sultered with better tor thirty
*ealer Il. ,' ,,v A I ,'llF V ,1A11C "%PI.-
lIt c a th it e., .......tF I ,. a,,i ,I.f.I,,.,,,. ThtA T e i -. O year and havo tried almost countless
I..,i. t'. 1 W.o,.I. In,,.,-1 i>.,,,,is ....... i, ,,i, ,>r rn m ,Mies w ith little, if any. relief
*A.,iJ ... t ii,. CI'.,A.ih.. i .....,Ai C,.a 0 4... F |A it y u, itlre ilitiguidl. oo M',,A II ,. ;iS, ,I. t ,I A ,, 'C IA.1 'IC'n. tl le r wh ;k, i t Indicate that your cured me. It was a torture. It breaks
a tnd i t hi I t, i A ,, F i, 1 i,..C ,,,ik,.of- A ,. i, a,, liv r Is out i ,f order. Ileriline will as- oit a little sometime but nothing to
ftmria,,, .m., ,0Iu., ,A., ,, i!, \vA !.w I Ih ti.- it iilure to throw oftT h adachem, what it utedl to do.--D. H. HB A<(:l. Mid.
-, ', l I F'r I I II.. s A i*I rhe'uiiati;sm ndl allniunts akiin to nerv. land Cit v, ANl. Chamberlain's Salve
Wita I.. ... *'. 1' IIe 4 .L ,A I "*,..I ... t.1: l4i los a i U. 1 vitality of sound und perfect health. . -.
( F,.,1,"'. i , 1 .I. l rd, remple', Texas. writes: J. A. hlute of Vireen, was register-
J*i 41 ('i.ei1 Af ae ...., "'I have used ierabine for the past two ed at the Leton Sunday.
S,'1t4's It ihas done ine, more good than ('all up i.S. Watt at the Le
Dlsolution Noelice. I ll the dlotors. It i the ibet mili- otl andG t him te ou abot the Leo
[lY Mt 'i 'AI,* ('5IN NT TlU: l'A ) i -e e'vr macle' ft,.i chills itin fever, I
BYM "'I'A 1t1.. ,,,,r.. |J. t .,t, w. i< A1l, ii., li th,. w%,.i,. oo out by the Cable Company, to be sold
""a. I.I'.i l, W J.-eL.. t aav -, ItCif'c G( t GliHrtnms & Co'. for Bathing on the easiest terms that can be made
Id'CFA11 II- AIHI WT > J. i ( Ia h IIIie iipi frsJg'o ii '01 t t I CI m-vihli *i the sa ie i i va m*eeil
Wtiit,.a0.t to W. II. Adhkiwon. who will aium Suits, Neglgee Shirts. Summer Under- anywhere on the Name grdeOg ofum.
to iipo lot .,smatim Pall atm*t.iRntns ut the oW ware, Knee Drawers, leather BSok l*t
srm.lt. li>.will conui.nue th, buine ahP.
.W.J.ox Garters, Cravats and Ties. Handker- Mr. P. C. Dawkuins. of P om i.


chiefs and Lightweight Hosiery. W


made a brief trip to thi city ar t week


ComiingI


.Coming?-


Monday, Sept. 30-


Tuesday, Oct. I,


The Travelitg.Representativo of


Sam Leopol & Co.,
of Chicago and New York.

Will be at our store with the finest line 1
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For Sale.

MY FARM JUST WEST OF
THE CITY LIMITS.
EIGHTY-FIVE ACRES,
Adapted to Tobacco, Dairy,
Truck or Poultry.
Well-wooded, City Water, Telephone.
Convenient to Depots and Schools.
About 12 acres in reclaimed pond, ex-
cellent for Celery.
Comfortable five-room House, newly
painted. Address.
A. L WOODWARD
Perry, Fla.
N(OTCI(:E nf Applicatimon for Tax Dd. G v es i
Aremrilanc* with leetioew 14 MWd 75 o atthe
(;etrl Statutes of the att tof Florida.
NOTICE I HIKRBIY (=lV N THAT V.
Cozoeter. anime of Ina eartifleate miembr
11. dated July IdL 1M. hs l edmsid oert fet* In
my Aof nd made sippeiation for ta deed to
A4r'e in mensdaee with taw. awid oertMite
embrntee thke fowlnw demeribed iprety. ita-
ate In IA coantya, y.ete F oida.mm to-wit: Te
4 hat 4 o t- wotalkt quarter of
thirty-r (3M) In towmAhtlpwo (). orth
three (3). east, moatalmat n 0 oe Ms. meor=


the day OcfebeV A. nDt .
wdi.t. *et U W me ths ath
|k ongl T te
d~~afinr cow-*% Rom. -


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Don't Have Your Cart Work
Botched at the Mill.
I AM THE TIM R CART MAN.
I build them under a
Guarantee, have built
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prcee write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4.
Tallahassee Fiorda.

NOTICE of Application for Tax Ded. Given In
Accordance with Sections 574 and 57 ofthe
General tatutem of the tlte of Florida.
NOTICE 1T HsMVY lvMX THAT A. L.
'aMr omr. Purhm r a tax ortlflet num-
her 10. detwd J1li pd. 1"t h" ff edMid
certiliate in my owleSn ad Nm appltiond for
tax dead to issue accordMne with law. aid
certlfleto embrbe the following described prop
erty, situato in Lw emanty, 8tato of hids. to.
wit: One ad three-ftth (I8-6) acres of land to
the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter
of seetm eight towneMhip two-t-- north, o
rasn thae----a mk dmm4bed. to-wit: Com-
mme at the muthwst eomerf NW1. of 8W%
uf mild e mtio S, thea rum met four chains, th
north Oen halns toe point. whish h the plesm of
bsilamb-. te ru west our cabins. the nortf
four. c .ai est far ehain., then suth
four chairs to pee f be-tainl. montalni g
sad aMsflth m, m aor
The mid om d eing a m at the dato o tihe
iwmof m id es9ltMetas the eof Clady
Pea". Ualm sid lirtIe b I e re-
deme mendm to W. ta deed llstum tms.
of em the th dey of Octobe. A. D. .
WiumM raktlem etou-re sad sdN this th
A) H T. 71LKE
Cwler CircuIt OMort. eeonty.
GUAmAIArS u1C3.

dwe Min tmpgd to lhfe s on

ftow W w Sa I O b We
ft lam Seerti
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SNOWn


PsiM wo you Mm prm-w aaqM MhA. fr *pTweD..nU&


A Word About

Prescriptions.



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




R. W. eobb, Dru eo.

East side of Monroe St.


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their duts A


A b t he M these

R. C. LONeO
'-" tWu. LAxQ ttWM,
fCoo N- ,ot 9."

I IIr~ea w Chamberlain's Cough
t now ne* of
medicine In =ue and
mate threat and luo
as eooWh colds &

lM beat in the mar-
rM~ afor whieh it is in.
By T.H.h Drag Co.

deeptee by laala
r Mawleunin was born
user TomaviUe, Ga., for
athe boond of theFlor-
Died at his residenee
Lake, September lot, 19M,
I w 1ormore than a quarter
bhe was a faithful ptor
only r up the work
by IIl eath There.-
st, That in the death of
gU n bhor, Dr. MWannin, the
Chrwet loet eoe who waas.ever
.verin and faithful in the
S uonda a o in theoblest,

R aape ot the no-
bad a worthy advocate of our
miijaoanarbranches.
worker, a noble brother, a
example to old and young, whose
we shall ever cherish.
t a copy of these resolutions
Hd upon a pe In our minutes,
to h family, with whom we
b y te'church.
SFM. M.BumNa, Clerk.
of r sarr a ciu eale *y ae
rs ra cMarris^ cahy.


so wek trom an attack of
fea that I could sear ey attend
date, when I took adoas o
P a Colioe, aCoe a a Disar-
lem!e It sured me entirely.,
P tedbaes takin other nedcLine
dasdaywthot reief. I heart-
h o0CN aw beiag the
o my knowd f bowel eom-
. f the firm
F.qr.Vo
.by Ta*R hamee P uC
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as uadi
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Thi iss 4 alat for wheih Cham-
b" .Pata Bl w ie ove s pe-
r l0a ron av ry in-
steame It afr pompt and pemneWmt
iet. Mr. Lake maGren e, of OrangUe.
Mich., saysoflt: 'After ml pIM.-
tw and other em for t weeks
for a bed. lame bIe, w d a
bottle of Chaaberfalin' Pain Babm, and
two appiatlon6eff9etod a ec .a For
sale byTaUahaMno D rug
V I


I The "La-&z? Mattress.
Made of 46 Ib. of pure cotton
felt in layers like, cut-High
Grade 'Tick -French Roll
E -ImperlsFFStitehed-Guar-
ant in every way the equal of
th "O*stermoor" or any other
$15.00 felt mattress, you to be
the jude.
Order one to-day, alea on it
thirty n ts, and then you' re
not a tely satisfied your mon-
y will be immediately refunded
without question or quibble.
ONLY $10.00 FREIGHT PREPAID
RHODES-FUTCH-COLLINS
FURNITURE COMPANY


Jacksonville,


- Florida.


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WATCHBUYERS
If you wiuh fbw aelmave elegance to a
watkh with abolbte uaccy of move-
Ma, our lde of erfectio wl meet




WA TCH
le as "show you why
P.T. NICHOLSON.


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Jet?. D. I rell,

WHEEL WHRIlGT uA M(SMITH.)

General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by a ex-
pert who ha had years
of experience. .

A portion n of public
pptronajeo i* ,icited
and matlfaedOU 4araans
"e*d.
F j


Millinery,


FancyGoods,


Notions, Etc.


Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Mitnroe St.


Tallahassee,


Florida.


Fancy Work Material a Specialty


Heavy and Particular Haulin a
Specialty by
G. H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD, and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and Graders, dame
built and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further particu-
Imar or address P. O. Box 295 Tallahas-
ee, Fla.
ALEX WADDBLL.
BAKER.


Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead.
ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & S
and
J. W. COLLINS & C


ON.


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PANACRA SRNS
ureubs onbes" H~m a~mt am
U F & A. Iaflmd "Isb =and
tr ,skwto O~lpoo at awa
tae 5piwer fo
me~~e~al~nnth=T
.40" at SePOOPPy toabte
At e bsOl vWMlbe found Ije



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Without interest and these premiuzns
are.. ot deducted from face .of
polio .

cif LOANS IN Two YrAl&
THE BEST NUANC TOL PAID BUY 0 CL.
THE BEST' INSURANCE' TO BUY 0B2XL


Not take our word for it,
but u'iprove it to you.

INSURE YOUR ALSO YOU '. ta.


IRA SANBORN, General A.; t, Central Uda.


Carrabelle, Pla.



THE DUVAL I
ST. MARKS, FLA,


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Owing to


the situation near the junct the
St Mark an Wakll Rier an within~"A


St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers and within L w
miles of the Gulf of Mexico maces it an i
resort for the sportsman' and pleasure seeker.


Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had.


Guide for


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


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ABOARD


Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, CAMDiN, SOUTHERN PINES, RALIOGH, RICH1
MOND, WASHINrON, BALTIMORE,, PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YOIx.
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL


MODERN


PULLMAN EQUIPMENT


THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
NORFOLK, VA.
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservtioas call on any Agent,
Seabord or write, I
S. C. BOYLSTON, J., Assistant General Pasenger Agent,
JacksooviUe, Florida.

ESTABLISHED 1 ) STABLUMHD 18lj

GEO. H. HOLMES,

Undertaker and Funeral Dircto

and mbalahner.
Day o, NIht. Talahassee, Fla. I a* Re. W
Da y,


R. G. PERRELL,
(Seesser W toA. T. ReWs)


DBALRR
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All Kinds of Fresh Meats.


Satisfaction guaranteed. Givemeour r
FIRST-CLAW MBA


Prompt


RInA up Phom No. 3s83.
Your.Breakfast, Dinner and Suppw a Sucems when
Meats fromny Stall.


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Ordering


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TRVE DXMOCXAT mmsM.v a .Exrltww
S. M. ,UlW, eo. The TallahasseM coeepnUdent 4 of the
_.. . Pensacola Joummal (wbho I aho aoel.
IsBUZ1 EVKRY fDATh MORNINO. to editor of the Tallsahssce Son), in a
r- recent letter to that paper in which he
i i*lesti a .emi Clse Mattwe ilMash ,. Iwr,. at wrote the following :
"Bb o tPcat nt ltdms riida,. ulawirr Then comes the question of an extra
AfConr M hof mhr. t "b Isession. Will the Governor call an ex-
...... ..-- .J-- .... --. tra session to receive and act upon the
Oeas in T.t eph Su'Jdliu. Corer Adam. lwri report of the commission ? If the res
mciatotlaw. Tlhsession, the peoplewill have to wait foW
nearly two years before becoming ai,
eb.errtipon, si1.0 Pr Yer. in Adv*,e..* q painted with the contents of the r t
Advertifl- Rt -a Appi-ca-t --. port. If tihe report of the com Ilon
... .. ....... -- -..s delayed, it is probable that m re-
The Trie semsrt to the Official N.wperer port of the legislative comrsittde will
of L.A coun. b1 published and used for partisan par-
poses The chairman of the kilative
-- c irnittee retained a copy of all the
al s ra,Septeer 27,1907. paper presented before the legislative
-: committeette, and did not turn them over
to the investigating oommiision until
served with a duces tecum compelling
S- th( p uct ion o the papers
ndBSS I, 'hin nw ,.' mAt ,,i As the chairman o he legislative
asr, hy ,ri,,lia,. i,r oireium tn,,E on., v.,t a cornrm ittee was openly an opponent of
ew hwr ever aixr,*ar-i iu, it, the prer.ent administration, and as the
.- : legislative committee would not investi-
The Dade City Star says: "it Ia-- Ii;at,- te. :,fralir of !he trulitees of the
tonishing how rruch closer a mr'an v., ii t.nral irriroveivment fund beyond the
cling to a pricilo whin }.i- t,0 i r lI'.w.ri and Jnuinin&is administration,
cling to a inci o wcn I.'. t .,*.|,l,,', i the retoltii na under which
there ir: sr me'thihg in it." r... irnrittee wau, working called for
S" ." . I,, ).vi ,Ktigation <',,' Irue the entirept-
The l,ive,.Oak I)mocrst. m.v, h t ; h i1 ,f the xi.t. ri e. of the trust, it is
spired Tallahiassee corresm.onienti ,(, it;,, aniLicipt.I by adheindi.istration partisans
Pensacola Journal rr(ake- it plain. ',, i h tIa t i. I : rtil .,e r report of the legisla-
In his lat-st that, re or- r,. i,,, tI ivW ,- ut't will be' used for cam.
pretty sure, to ib. called a;' hat sn ,1.- h,. ,, ,r' ,. te ring tihe next commit
ditional tax levy will bl ti!-. t o ipro- to, i ,, ad.; e public.
vide for appr.,ipritn A .. 4 a it the i 1 ... from the intiiflh, so to
regular isnin .i, a condition which every
The Ocaa la ;,i,,r, in M;arion, t I. ,'i 1i60 r citizen of Ilo.rida will
Pensafcolh ,If).1,l ir.. I :-.;r(,ei anrl I the h. ri iorv. That a great and vit-
M iam i M t n, if ;,b., art, o ,.: l ,i .... nt matter, like the oel,, al inves-
good work ir th, e .ort toidriveli~-t t ni a I',f the 1. LHoard., should bei
liquor denil tr rrm n their territory, r..;' ,i < iw a mere ocusimi for exploit-
sentimr.nt igrown ti'ronger each. '.i .'. g t iinsely partison personal politics.
with prole4lct f',r victoViy for ,, i : ai shaine to every decent Democrat in
perance. i1l ivtr the Southlandi. I'he State. The Live Oak Democrat
thus aptly and forcibly voices the feel-
The T'ampa lI unrme sa,', : "11' '1 l- irig which almost every Floridian must
lahesnee' True Democrat hl, I a pretty entertain for such, perverted "states-
colored suupplernent last w A.k tailor manship:"
made, Ye,s. an advertimsnent from Levy A Tallahassee edisputch in the Pensa-
Bros., just like which several other of cola Journal, from the associate editor
our merchants should have often.. A of the Tallahassee Sun. hints that there
page or h pgavertirwt always ill he anrt extra session of the legisla-
pag or half paeadverti t alway ture for th remarkable reason tat if
does good work for the mercftants. one isn't called, the report of the inves-
SToe -ft rr 't^'^ w tigating committee of the Internal Im-
Sorne of the larger blind tigers, who provement Hoard will o over to the
have, escaped no far had better quit regular se,,sion, and in this event that
business, or It will soon be "Waltz me report, which didn't suit the Governor
around again Willie, around and at all, will be used against his adminif.
around," with some of thetration in the campaign next year. In
round, with some of the etter other words, in order to play politics to
clip the claws and open an eye before advantake to his faction, the Governoc
It is everlantinkly too late, for itf ler- will be willing to saddle upon the tax
latAd in. something Is surely going to payers all the heavy coat of an extra
op into the lindter ai ehsion of the legislature not called for
op nt th.. nd -r -p. by an r.al 'nyrmrgancy. What con-
The Florida Ilres is a unit an iferit cival rit withh, to the people
ref lih,riea to e,.t tIhe report of the in-
So imratulations andl good wishes for the vestigatin ('(,ominittee in anvanco of the-
f uture happinwcii of Mims Snrrih F:lizi- regulu'- seo ion Some better reason
beth Harris, dauglMher o(if Ilon. Firak thian thlju rnunt lher hkloked up or po iu.
t;wr r,"eintmtent w.iln make itself fek
OHarris the veinera woanl oveetIit from one 'oendl of I.'lridit to the other it
Of the GOeala Ianner, who anrnounce. a1n extra .ess.ion is ,ilhed. It would be
h5e marriage to Mr. ('harl-,4 Illrriin the lt.poore't politics governorr Broward
Lloyd to occur at the, Metholist Chiur(h '-ever played. We feel sure that the
to al on the evening fthe sixthfI)vrinocr is a ('(conscient;ous executive.
ovembe.on the evening of th sixth ,f we' have .' iatedly said, and for
ovoember ...... tthat reaon we won't believe until we
The eartoon in Moind'ilay's Jackson- sl,'. the proclamation that he would call
Vile Metropolis, "JTff irown's politi. the lvisgilature in extra session merely
e skeleton lete,'' with tlon at- to serve the purpose of a faction.
4*1 shleton closet," with opposition at. '_ - --_
I mptlng to break into it, and "Jeff JUST PROMOTIONS.
VIsla" saying "go aheail There is (.Cmmissioner of Agriculture, lion.
Itneig in I am ashamed of," was an in. F. Mclin has rewarded two worthy
geto'od cartoon from artist Muheim. gentlemen who have been connoted with
Tiati l Jefferson B. lrowtne, is the his department for several years by
gtra* est proposition yet announced in pronwting them and has given a posi-
efgt belWmtorial race; but, there may tion to Capt. J. Stewart Lewis, who Is
ypet sone others, and may be our very popular all over Florida where he
TWy Own William I) Bloxham may is known. Mr. John Costs was appoint-
l lteke a hand in some politics, now ,ed to ill the position of chief-clerk in
be Ils young again, and has mar- the State Land department to succeed
a emllent wife. Mr. C. B. Gwynn who recently resigned
^,_ to 'engage in business for himself.




pfa\ for ome wouhl b~e, governor John T. (,t,. ...
tieswJllow. E.en Stockton'sstrontett Referront i to thea I Fuid invetiga-
oppoeaets appreciate the fet that h is tih e i e Live Oak )enlochrat aptly
W lof the shrewdest iitilcanain Flor- say :
Ma, and that he "fights" on the firing Even if the newspaper men eo the
lte from the beginning to the finish of stand and uniher oath could tetify to
evry t political battle he goone in- no definit e. tartiai faets, nevertheless
to. It makes no difference how much led te th,, investigation, adatt houh
oe may oppose hiwI, there is always no great .eee

jto n1 him too, too .hrnlmir. "A strong a great nmusn of useful facts which the
point with him isflelitY to,,his friend." Pe)phe had au ivht to know has been
brouwtht t4) Ihj,ht, Wnd the sarchllght
"We oe such it lot of chervfulr'ess turn up.tn tie proceedings of the
to the world ni mst ,f us nre way board for fifty N earn past. There ha
to the worl tes"tcitUs ""WA beenn ne o e tlstiinct vindieationof the
behind In our payments ,Let Ponmn of utility uif thee prt' in ecernt times in
he events In our liven we are taking Floridla than the invretigation which
ms epcoasly be retired fur a m-nioi, as'd has tiben in 'rOegre ss at Tallahalse ;
we shallome back teo theplo iater with fdr it ls hardly less useful for the pub*
W w lie to know that a great trust, Wng
n~e morage and for grentier ,./,,,. extraurdinay powers and conttretg
leg as be a little more generous with absolutely millions of assets owIMn by
el' seeiAbor#'and frncund, and bestow the people, has been administered leMi-
a bit of the her we haveben tly without graft, corrupt or
hoidlxtawayforso many r ye hars, aridscandal, than to know that oppootle
boardia away for so many years, antd conditions had pr'valled. This would-
we hbal enrich ourselves In making not have been known but for the
other lad. Just be good nature and tilption, und there would have
Shapp for oawhile without huntiug for a no Iest gation but for the p
rleaso for it, nd surprise ourselves bave scurod a dinct tbumpb "ti
ErI~lour better slves."-The Univer. work of the investlatUg m>slt*.
i. ,'. at Tallalhaass. ..
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rIal.osmienits on Gover Nape a
Btstpsrte Broward's action irn d ist.bl I
ga4fIg and r,.v ring his former post pleture.jd l ft-'
t tI :. irunary elections. Is plays in t"shtheur
SheHi in IIIthe hands of some Ic the ooth which
smoehingag hwcinA, who never fall to every man withm li othis B
S tse him ,.tf unpleasantt and awk- voice at once resdi d and admit- t-Tie --NV
ward poeiti' n ri almrnost all occasions: ted. Iofs
pi Th Miami I..* orld soaks the Gover- Put two churehes-oni amW end one
nWarina way t, mriake one tremble for colored-in the sAme eomaisltyr.. Let hals behol't
coMeqeence-- ., ,r than Ajax defying them hold the same.kWd o rviess, the t t
the lightning !,,v Tampa Tribune. sing the same soiN sad preach fr'lom' e
Somebody h:..s b,.-n cruel enough to the same texts, and a racd problem t
remark that ICitor .'toneman in getting the last thing in the world that ether Wed dafteioa, when
a do$e of the n: ,l;ine which he helped thinks about .- appoint Ch of Po
to mix. It hi.s not been many years But pull the pulpits out. of thdse ]LmUn to *he Position
since Mr. Sto,..mnan was a devout mem- churches, install in each a bar with a so ul. e was no afac5aihfll
ber of the iiit,r*e.' which produced white aproned bar-tender behind it, and bitterness in this contest, and
droward. l: t it has nothing to do let one go to dishing out liquor to white emor is commAnded &ad c
with the mritn, the present case. and the other to colored patrons, and on all sides by our citimil-i ,
Mr Ston'..n ,i l the Democrats of you have a race problem insideof twen. Langston has made the lin a
Dade count l,;.. ;': been made the, ty minutes. tious, fearless and falthfu
victim of n .n. table wrong.- I It was white men's lianor in the Governor Broward has this
Tampsa Ne.I. frenzied brains of drunken npgroes that warded an official who deserve
i r caused the Atlamta race riots. That is 'going into the new office Sh6rit
Editor ,'.> f .. r Miami. is cer- a fact which no man has ever thought stone appreciates the fact that l
tainly in Il,- was rce-ntly (,f denying or will attef'npt to deny. It more than ordinarily so50, mua
elected j I t i;ininal court of w-s the open, licensed barroom that expected of him, and his friends
record of 1 .' by a strongr n a- caused the bloodshed and terror in At- ally believe he will measure B
ority v. i co tit, anta, nd it is the open, licensed bar- full standard, and violators .
jority volt. ,1 iis cop.itor, room that is at the bottom of a large and around TIallahassee will O
Saunder ,, ,'i..'t again i the is-, part of the trouble between the races to expect from the very
nuance of i .*, Ly the (;.ver- everywhere. his administration, for he
nor on th. ., tihLt he was not a 'The nqero is not, inherently, a bad deputies who will also do thefr
lawer i rd ,y the citizen. The sober, industrious, hard- in backing up their chief in
lawyer in i, wrrd taking nero seldom, if ever, gets in- and enforcing law.
law. TL,. '...r;:r iitbmitted the to trouble. lie is trusted and respected Mr. Hopkins recently bought
question ..n,- in the case to the by his white neighbors, and they live about eight miles north of Ta
SAttomney ', ., a. anil the latter \e- sil, by side, each in his respective and has decided to enter the
idd (h,,. ineligle.phcre, without malice or friction or creasing ranks of tobacco plan
cidecd (hat 1 y,.ra wa.s icligile. trouble of any kind. is now preparing five or more
The appoin,:.t i,,1 W'. I Metcalf to {But when a shiftless, worthless ne- shade. r
the office ii.n :il..AIl Now who is gro fills up on the white men's whiskey The True Democrat common
to blame in 1i ai. or in there any- and proceeds to spread terror through congratulates, first, Governor
the community, he nbtonlycauses trou- for his prompt and firm act
body to b)i...' I.ive. Oak lDemocrat, ble, but innocent, law-abiding, and re- pointing and giving us a go
Tropical .mn On Thursday, Gover- spectable members of his race to suffer and then extends hearty co
nor Brow. ,l i;, 'sq., of W.4t I'.1 ,bi ach, judge of 'The good negro in the community for the out-going s eriff much
Dadedoes not stand for any such a condition in his new business and rapidly
L thecriminal ou-t 4t record of Dadeas this, but what can the good negxo health.,
county. 'Ih ,nominee. of the primary, do when an open grog shop stands on I n ^^^ "ho^o
F. B. Stoneiani, of Miami, not being every corner ready to entice and de- r.j. uD. lutchinson Now O
eligible to the office, the Governor has bauch the weaker members of his race? Hotel.
seen fit to construe the situation in the It might be different with them if the The friends of Mr. J. D. Hute
Seenfit tot ,,str.e the ituationln thee good negroes did not have to suffer for now owner as well as proprietor
light that as Mr. Stoneman was ineli- these things, but they do suffer and Leon hotel here in Tallahasbaee
r gible the appointment of judge was now they do get the blame when they are in delighted to learn of his con
in his hands. While this may look no wise respor.nsible. provement in health. Mr. Hlut.
o hs ac in wil Run the saloons out of the South and counts his friends by scores in
plausible t the governor hs action wll the race problem will be practically of the Union, and no doubt all olrl
not look plausible to the people whom solved. Prohibit the existence of low rans of the hotel will be glad to
he promised should select the appointee, dives, operated by white men, and ne- tht it will still be carried on und
It is not a (question as to the man ap- groes alike, for the sale of liquor to the general supervision. Although b
inted b to the ction of thlower class and the law-abiding, respec- ?ew days have elapsed since I-h pB
pointed, but as to tt action he table negroes will no longer have to chase of the hotel, arrangements
Governor in taking a hi;h hand in the bear the stigma of crimes for which' being made already to improve
matter and thereby I'ueaking his word they never have been responsible. building very extensively. That
to the people of Du[ e county. -West l his is a duty which the white race running out toward the west will b
Plm Beach Tropical Sn owes to the negro and a duty which the modelled and furnished with a naM.
a'm Beac opica un. best element of negroes owe to their of bathroom, and fresh paint andI
RAZOR-BACK HAN. "YUNVUN f own race. Let white and colored alike per will mak the whole interior a"m
decid- to vote the traffic out. Pensa- attractive.
The Tallahasee True Dlemocrat re- cola Journal. r Mr. Eugene Liday, a courteous, *
cently broke into our rezor-lback con-^ I cient and popular hotel man, has
troversy with the Tani|li Tribune, the The Wailes claim in Florida ia des- charge of the Leon about two yes
Times-iUnion and one or two other pa- tined to have the longevity of Mark and it will continue to be under M
pers aind disparaged the great debate Twain's noted beef contract.--Gadsden management during the next seAse
by petulantly remarking that it was County Times. Mr. Liday will be assisted, at present
"assuningundue pi portionss" Where- And it should be kept alive, too, un- by Mr. Buffkin, another gentleman do
upon we retorted that it was not nearly til full justice has been done! Nohon- servedly popular with the travel
such undue proportions as th-. stream t Feasy in c.on. public.
of drivel and ossip al out petty poli- et Floridian should rest easy in con Ms F. R. Lamb, the former owM
Stica andl possible chindidates in a far science until the repudiation stain is of the Leon, will leave., the first of
distant State election. Editor Collins removed from Florida, True, we indi- tober for Atlanta. Ga., where she w-
took this as personal and replied : vidually are not responsible for it, but: make her home until her plans for te
"Dear me I Has the True Democrat y future are matured.
been dishing up 'dreary drivel and as Floridians we are under a cloud, just The site of this hotel is the mot
profitless gossip We didn't know it the same. Nothing but an honest set- sirable one for the purpose in the sli
honest wedidn't. Send us a diagram' tlement, or a satisfactory compromise being within a block of all the churdai
and specifications and we'll reform." settlement, will clean away the stigma save two' and ust across the tr
We are all sinners alike, Brother from the postoffice and the bfbqinn-i
Collins, in the matter referred to, and the repudiating politicians have placed of the business blocks. It faces
the Demoerdt is as open to criticism as upon us, and it makes the matter look Avenue, the handsomest street IItk
the rest. What we said was intended still worse that Colonel Wailes is re- city. The avenue is so named from'
to vindicate our own discussion of Sir fused the pr iva)lege of being allowed succession of small parks which
eiazor- back by comparison with a large fused the privilege of being allowed to through the middle of it, one of wS
mass of monotonous stuff-mere gossip carry his case in the State's own courts is directly in front of the hotel. .
about possible candidates, which goes to forever settle, at least, the validity Leon is very popular with winter
into the State press generally, not the of his contract, the only excuse offered dent visitors who come out for
True Democrat specially. 1'he word hunting and fishing to be had ial
"edrivel," m used In a moment of rcsent-d by the political gang that conspired to and adjoining counties, as well as
ment, wa harsh and infelicitous- repudiate the claim. Are we afraid of those who, are attracted by Talha
"gossip" would have better expressed our own courts ? see's beautiful scenery, good roads
our full meaning And gossip it is. unexcelled winter climate.
with very little of either entertainment If anything in this world has ever .--he'- -
or instruction in it-Live Oak Demo- been conchas vel proven true it Is that h *M C < MI
crat. Parker related facts when he declared Comp, ,:
True, too true, every word of it, and the republican campaign fund of 1904 The FloridaandColoradoMiningOD
the True Democrat hopes to be bene- was a stream of old drawn from the pany with general.offlces in Tallhd
fited by that little "prazor-bck" .bout, of d^ corporations; and when see, ct composed of some of the i
flted by that ttle rzor-back bout oosevelW in mock heroics relegated kaown citisMns of this city and Dens
and let's cut out as much "monotonous the New Yorker to his Ananias club he Colorado. The company owns the
stuff" in the future as we can. prepared for himself a birth in that in- Mining claim, and the German Lj
"Rasor-backHam is good enouRgh for stitution far more appropriate than that Mining claim, located in the C
us, anyhow Yum-Yum occupied by any other member heard Creek.Mining District. Chaffee se
us anyhow Yum- u from up to this time.-T'ampa Tribune. Col. This is one of the most Ipu
The marriage of Go)vernor lloxham Remarkably strange, but yet still P ,i dslts in state
at the age of seventy-two n a Iell 1e- true. How easy it is for great big men resented here, are aidvatageo t
served t.tlmo.nial to the .li .at; nd (statesmen) to so easily tell Great Big sted, being near the Colorado ani
t.. ~ if uCE Fl dJ 11(. h ir


is no such thing as ohl age hereLies;ala large official liar, is a liar ther Ry., which gives t m
respect except the years that roll by on whenever he does not tell the anvar tat. falesmat a nominal
the en lendar.-Tampa Times. niahed truth just as is a little man or company ha ( m ir conem
Now tets put himin the(;ubernat race and make him Governor of Florida should let himself become careless in made to produce a small f
again. Another time as Governor and straight truth telling, ad a little Thecapital tock of the com
publie.iffaars would most assuredly be white lie" is never thought to d dig- it new sstands, is 1,M00,000
put in isf* and sane conditions, taxes nity and respectability to an occasion. to 1,650%l( shares, par vau
reduced In do'e proportion to benefits de. s ome 9;. iU In all in- Misobo*is tOe
uc in o proportion to nefits d Sometime a meant will iaall in and tremrer. sand two oth
rivd, and dignty agin given to high nocence claim that he sees no advan- asesw., Measi R A. J
official poIltion. Bloxham helped lead Itae in advertising, then he wooden L. CTager, directors
as out of the wildness of carpet-bag why the psle of his town patniae .T ver mla.-I,
Misrule and extravagance, and he can mail order houses. or go to the neast .tur r their '
help largely In leading us from under city t purse goodS.-St. Augostime ---,
tbb heels of narish,popullatkieheming RecoLd. -- -"
politicians who are paying public at- l .
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m~~nan's CQS&*, We alrwady
Af. oor c iugad o
thei
Miss -jiee Corbett of Jack4nville,
-"arived Mondlay and remained tilltctoay
Vuwih hjr friend Miss Ma'ry W~ooberry
,wken she accompanied ha toTalluhns-
A" where uhe too will take another de-
In the college.
-M.and Mrs. Will Plt temton are vis-
-Altki their Telatives here enr''Iiite home
-f&kei Hendersonville, N. C.
Sr.S. P'. hairedi. arid dauirh-tur, Miss
tii:went to Atlanta 1-ist %wvik. Mr.
~ 4,4a4~ ,aa returniedli on-if but Mi~s
still rornairls thvre, under medical
'Vetent we believe. -
Mr. .C.wilIIalIBW a.! id timrily will
'Ahotly oveti"'Tallahrissoe while Mr.
lmeoon and finily lwill mnove here
Centreville.
]Pisa Gladwell who is; a neicii: of Mrs.
ktjp of Inlw~t e 1'e tinrsti 11(
ofFEa Wen Iipl lK~illiI'f fr.t ia:i.Nistant jin
I bqlrea high -t,;I1. 1) ("1. :i )Uvl
.. r/ an~d M! N". Wz. I L':"+ f rn
4"t-**ille Slist L! wi It i r- i1Mary
Efter \:~ i,-trnid home
."i' Th ther t.Fill, %'i it top IIr ki .d home.
'06oilte are c('t4irti~infltothbuy and Io-
A*% at this placc, no14)t "i0SIixt~iffi liu till'
toror that MityN.:, tx,) ilaS 't, will
.Jiwa town seen S '21li iU it, 1)I' inldia"
Siat was giei illtb radr.,,id cupn
4.t* co e zirtIi r. Yr II 1,,hirclrc* .4 .1a
very ..rn~cajn-:. fin and i rit n y of
tNYS it maIi.IPI.l Ia~ t Will be a
*,~tion. A,; ,*\,r.r .iii -fiiiinVeI-
ngspirit u (w,:ofi'lU ,4!i Mr.
Sg~,iven the 1.,t Ii' l ar,,
b t hu tif ro, \ ii 4 -ill(' live.
?~wide awal,1-II,,I i. !i I. iq. I: I w ;I to
accept.:0". 1 C ii' ,,r
Chaires ~is ,ir IhfrY, iI I a
thing else i f t fi, '. jI, w o! k
awre for It 1 -1, if'.t y d
Serve l4-01Ohl ,..
Mr. tel i Stlmi a .1

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* Twvo (,weihni .- aiunlt onto va :m l l, t; .) 1 t
desirable o.tti. n. \inly t, M'Avr. .). E
W ilkles, 1'. 0 ; L1. M ))"ln"ye, or ut this othe. i4rn


Are You Going to Iluild I
If Fm, cnn1"'a'd 1 et.-c'our -tck If kiln
ilrivii lurmnbfr (ev4i hx~i.ryur
lbPimio.N. Wa'tan savl you iconcf


House for Sale.
4
ite Leon Hotel.

inp$ to Julius Diagiond.26-2


,ital swrvio to th Ntlonal Age-
tape et. 1 r to the r-


qw04 from both Stte a M National ie-
pnt w p ly the athe
Roe, of the P te h iet says
"It is [sample auto alreIy pent cri-
e ground. with a quantity of burned
sugar or molases [ca'melJ" and the
National Departmeat fiport "the aque-
0s extract gives stronger toet for cra-
mel than tsat from pure coffee, rid
also strongly reduces Fealinas solution,
indicating partially caramelihed sugar
ats was if the ground coffee had been mixe
with mSoacs and heated." .Captain
Rose advthes using only the whmist, sayber-
ry pagrouhed and than ground,,if the
lovers of the delicious beverage'wish it
get the "cup" which cheers, but dies
not intoxicate, and The Notes endorsthe
Captain Roe, for The Notes kn"the aue-
Florida Health Notes.
Cleaning and Pressingj.
My cleaning and rcssinr te sinet for ca
now carried on in tht from pure cof-taifee, part of
the Constantine uilcesing, nearly oplution,-
ines of tine tailoring "mado-to-rameedasugar
garwitments for men on display.
.l-tf W. H. FIt1EBLAND.
rypahe Manathee ivr journal sk.f the
"Which is worse, to usell liquor, or to
getll some "cuher person heers, buht to .

l CTinm antd nergy wa.statl "get ti;
n."My cleaning maknd pre illin ure.in .,is
11neso if rinehtly ."made-to
< if rightly uised.


PardoniB
three years., ,d
sentenced himt the a
and from the, reret
that the law it a sen-
tence of 15 yea .
Sellars, havin f posesio the
combination t6 'John CoIr,
took $10,000 in a9t of it. J. W.
Brady, the atbmWq 6C Isiah Cooltr
fame, defended him, ad the prof etl
tion was d4eaye twio r by the w l|
of Sellers, ejqterflt.i, ot guilty
the theft, she do i after the two
years' statute of l1ntion had expir-
ed and no sentene wuld be imposed
upon her, in ord to friend her hus-
band.
Detec !e M. L. Depew, of this city,
worked up this eae, recovering much
of the stoles money, and brought a
powerful array of evidence na;.inst the
man who has benefitted from the clem-
ency uf the Pardoning Boar'!. Tannina
Ne.wsg.
. The Braduly, Jenning, et. al. (luss of
political lawyers in lorida se( mn always
to have the boat showing anl longest
pull with the Grand Populistic Masters
and loses of the whole people, but
these things will not last always.
Miss Mary Johnstone, who is at pres-
ent the guest of Mrs. U. S. Bird, will
leave next Monday for her home at
Tallahassee. Miss Johnstone, who at
one time was principal of the sixth av-
enue g rammitr school in this city, is now
a member of the faculty of the Female
collegee at Tallahassee and has a large
circle of friends in Tampa. --Tampa
'Tle public is invited to investigate
thie Worthington Roller Window Screen
at .1. W. Corbett's. 27
Furnished Room
For one or two gentlemen, near ho-
ti'l and boardingg house. Bathi. Address
"lioun,"' are True Democrat. 25-lm

BEHOLDI
The ASSORTM ENT and see the PRICE
Sii.'l-'\\ :tg(ns. Steel or skeiin Axles
l, !t 'Two H or-se, either a.I Ie. $l.s (oi to
0..(NJ
Tlw. 'I'wo Horse, 5i0.(Xo
'l iler Wagons, .. $.4 .o01 to, .c0
IBU(i(ILS, Out of Sight:
Both PONY and RIt(il l.AR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
(m.'ranty Attached and no (Complair,ts.
( iistoimers from Amsterdamri. (;a.. to
l'h ridia coast and numlwer(d li) hun-
drt.s. And they are still u'inm'1ig as
Ihefore one is out of sight arlitlehr is
sihld.
FI'NAL.IY If we, fail to please we
lhe('on)imend i other Iealers in the city.
I,-sp(,ctfnrily.
TULLY & YAEGER CO
T'ailithasse', Fla.


W, t 0 40A fft* d am e Simm t.


what Is CASTORIA

Caftoris ts & harmless mabUtole fort sAtw 00% Pm

rnabstapaoe. I~ aggO in ftgua11ee 1ItdeefuyS wftms
and aiaaft"PouwfWummuuItj ses Dbwxihm .3o" Win
Colic. It relieves Teethiag Troubles. ntecm Vow $M
and Platulownq. 110 asiMhts the Food* 1egubpes the ~
stomach and Bowe% g~gi thealthy ..d s ud o leep.
The Children'sUlas..T.Moh r's mr"sd

CKNUINE CA$T-RIA ALWAYS1


The Kind You Hav Always

In Use For Over 30 Years.
- - Oear-l- iame-. 09 *- aie a- m i


WM. CHILD.


GEO. WcIU.


Child Bros. Building and Lumbt, C


Contracotrs and Builder


A Specialty df Kiln Dried Lumt
all kinds. -


A 4
4-
19a ?-;


Mill Work --Manufacturers of all kinds of rough .
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, pot
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable orname
and turned and scroll work of every description. Bri
Lime and Cement for sale.

All orders will receive prompt attention. We guaran
our work to be first class in every particular. Pri
reasonable


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

PHONE 87.


Seaboard Air L


P. O. BOX 4,


- .F77.2.*-. -'-


Tallahassee Hardware Company.



CONSTANTINE HOTEL.


Centrally located near Capitol
and everything the best. .


RATES, $.oo0 PER DAY.


CONSIA NTINF ALGEJOO,


I'ropr.


V Il 1) !


50 per cent of your Shoe Bill by having
A. H. S. ''WVI N :


R#epitr your i1twit$ UandI! Sh .- First (Class Work. guaranteIdl.
ALqo we haove in connection with my shov 1111140101H flitheI


NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Ilrew*inig. First-Class Workmon do this work. Your old
suit nuute wnw for little money First-Clam Tailor Repairm and Makes Clothes
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made Now. No fake.
No. 342 Cnton St,. Telephone No. 275.
NEXT DOOR .TO PINC(;KNY'8pKS'STAURANT.


John B. Stetson University1

FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL. SCHOOLS.


DE LAND, FLA.


Affiliated With the University of Chicago
COLLE M OF LIBERAL ATS.--Tlhe PtAnlrdsl ar them of the Universty
(hiaro. Ht. aon's graduates re.-ive their d- m-.i frvwn both Htetu)n Mand
seo the Chleao ad Rttaon catahmuU. *
COLLE R Of LAW.'-Oraduatem of thii Coll e an, Iadmittal to pra Uce law
'ixiia without examinatkim.
COLLe E Of TKCUMOLOGT AN SCHOOL 01 KCHANIC Ar.- M.e- M .
cal. Civil. rletrk'al Eni nerrinx and Manual Trainingr miurmw ki-adin to degrag
Fine now building. Uy .eiulpnmnt. ..
COLLUOG OF I1nUISW .-Hankinx in all Its branch... Bo kkoeping by bIe'
me-tlhods. horthand and Typewritnxg. I.)l.ctive courma owunw in other Dpai
mrnts. large Faculty and aommodious buddikng. '
PREIARATOrTV CAIENT.- Graduate porrpamr to enter Harvard. YataI
Prinreton. Cornell. Michigan. Chicaso and all flrst-cIana ("uolkws.
MORAL AND NOSL SCK OOL.-. Kinderfarten in Its own buiili.n. Prt.
mnry and Grammar tSchool in meprate building. These Schoos. epmtially propam \
I'Pubk ISchool Towherm.
MUfIC 5COOL,.-A SO.$10O.00. pipM organ. a doani plam e. mperate Iuikligr.
larv faculty, thlmouh oounMi of study.
ART SCOOL-- New Studio. Cosy cast. modelsb,etc.
Httaowr has a faulty of 48 profrewm and Instructwo. They hold ule- ro' from
the- IUnivwit.y of Chirago. Harvard. Yale. kDrmouth. Columbia. Toruntl. Wake Pofr
...t. Louiuvillo, Rowduin, Utrecht. BucknelL Univea ty of Michimrai. Inniien& and
other Univvmritkeo. There are over 300,000.00 in bulhilig and *uimpinent. nearly a
quarter rillltun m llar endowment; an endowed library of over 13.001) volumes. a beau
tiful chapel with ctutli furnishing. I, aluding stained ilams windows. 7 M paintingS,
a* 10,0(O.00 pipe organ; a ( ymnnalum with aopplete apparatua; an rncnrkwl Athelet"e
Fanki. running tra ck.tannia courts. baseall dianamud and gridiron. b dwkdi wimminmr.
irlf. rowin and other portss; aeprate bmiikling for meen and wtmWnn. ton larwn lab-
oraftrier for O(faitry, Physel Rater!llokyr. MiaoIrsky and Bi5lury nven laris
mumiM Ims and =- electrio lights. elirtribells. atom heat. ermenmt walk. shell
nisd. broad ar a spaltoucampusk shruthbb.ynand tem. *m serl. litwar. musiieal
and uther statt' e hclh; tar emetare course Christian andZ not tarian teaching.
The kDatlon o Ibeautiful am41manlthful. ami U e exnsmsm ar low.,
For sataw"uem, views. fder anmd infmwatls. address 1h' Preklciil.'
LINCOLN HULLEY. PhD. itt.D., LL.
D14AND, FLA.


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P lZ tb able hob lag ew m ving will ccumml inat I fve y*ear empate an a W.
~ ds in the yer, at 8 per cent intere
Ai't de ita. Interwet arnd Total -C
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epftl steak of the savings bank n $20,000.00 with didual deposits amoBtwh to
r b e wi wths w be d M trietyr enfdentiL
md get am of thee Uutakle while the supply lMtA


STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. *


W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


%. z, LZWIS, V 0Pva~duat.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIER.


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n Way Ctl-ah Ceriilra.
rhoemino War W mu Coxmimo-
Hf t bppoluy t tL latur.
Sthof citizen for ser-
wtdd fl p thued in the
o- 1 wars, con-
beor of Capitol
...a.. had been ad-
thes tStatek
5dt duWarClatinm _1mt-
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er by the t of the lbast
In the I -weo the oem-
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'd.on .Petersoen, rl sbo
DirtM d N. Petwonii Hibo.


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

SAULS BROS.,
TALLAHASSME, FLA.,
General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a peclalty.

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

AGENTS WANTED
Tip6Top Contracts for Live Men.
Renewal Commisfion Paid.

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


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PRO'S Psaily Pillsfor w cti.
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A Cup of White House or Blue Labol
Nocm and Java Coff ee
is what goes straight to the heart vt.
every man at breakfast time, and everyA
one knows that only good grocers ke
good coffee. We take special pride int'.I
our brands, as they have made out."
store famous. Just as good as the eot0 1
fee we sell are teas, which principle -'
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the bemt of food
products-those we have tested our*
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLLINS. Grocer. ,


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Electric Lights and Power.


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

To Put On Day Service

as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of th6 Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to hhn any defective service. P.
BOX 472; .. .


BOARD OF


MANAGERS


Y~ou e.. .' 1-..'1%,! tt t.' ) oti r own itatlitfactP'u just
how a flltivhl" cream ahirvc.~tcr will save money,
Itime and work for youi. If you doiftwsnt to. edl an
us and we. will detmonxtrnte this point in just a low
,uiaut... Tla it Jflebcl cream harvester Is dewr drivva
-one Of 11'<' 8111aples~t Iandmost pactical Separators
on Cea m.'rl -t. It ii guarrint~eed to skim down to the
tbou,~ands-i a-t of butter fat. When yo separate
nilk with iaiuebelli sepirator. you ci. tan sured
that yt -. nt. 1 11--ivitiiany I-oitter ft at nthe skin
n, I .' t- : f t 1 1-4 1% 00'efty $ao eap clea
azt.t: !2~f t ~i~n~awitlumtasuperior.
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City Electric Light Plant.


W. D. Pratorlus,
Puneral Director
AND O ,
Llcensed Bmbalmer.
NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.

TALLAHASEE, FLA. ..

J. W. DBMIlLY.
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12 af ot d Mr. Bloxham
ta. He is pbysl.
mVo ative MdM hienmntality la as acute
soa h= he was the leader
O les of .IWs State.
l Is b.y an, end still
I ii k'tli benevocace that ever
t toward his fellow-
d redas a oad-star ta draw
the f affection of all his asso-
Tribane wl be joined by a host
and frIends ingiving three
for the bride and groom and
them many years of mutual
and unalloyed happiness.-
pa Tribune.

^1 I ANow in
'1 r thecaption, "An Ac iusitioito
," the Wonder Mining News,
ed at Wonder, Nev., in the heart
of the richest of the new gold
fields recently opened, says:
i ,'To conduct a campaign for a vol-
l V eof business large enough to enable
I* to make of the Wonder Mining News
s minng newspaper second to none in
'v thi country, Mr. Fred W. Kettle has
come to Wonder to take charge of the
nes department of the paper. Mr.
settle has had a wide and successful
S. paper experience in the east. and
S aacquisition not only to the Won-
SMining News, but also to the Won-
district."
We congratulate that paper on se-
curing the services of so capable a
newspaper man as Mr. Kettle, whose
work the Times-Union has highly ap-
Spreiated. Mr. Kettle has been success-
Ively in charge of the St. Augugtine
'..',. bureau and legislative reporter at Tal-
lahaseee for this paper and more recent-
,. b han been secretary to the president
!- of the Florida Female College at Talla-
S'- ,hassee, a state institution.-Times-Un-
Ion. _
Blind Tiers Agaln.
Chief of Police Langston and his dep-
ties had several cases of Blind Tiger
violators ofMaw up before Mayor Mcln-
tosh again Tuesday and one "pistol to-
ter." While they are among the slyest
animals that roam in this neck ot the
woods, and it ia very hard indeed to
get witnesses to testify truthfully al-
ways to convict them, the city officers
s' sometimes get them dead to rights.
I Isaac Palmer was fined $150, or 60
days on streets, and appealed his case
to the circuit court under bond of
$1,000, which he gave; Thomas Nixon,
" $150, or 60 days on the streets. He is
qt work. Richard Wells, $150, or 60
days on streets. He is at work.
S A ase against Ed. Walker was noll
proesed.
John Robison, for carrying concealed
i. weapons, was fined $20 and costs.
: which he paid.
i' The city officials are on the watch for,
the Tigers and occasionally run 'em in.

Letter to W. 0. Ames.
TALLAHASEIE, FLA.
Dear Sir: Such experiences as this
a re occurring all over the country.
Judge I. D. Fairehild ownstwo hous-
es, exactly alike, in Lufkin, Texas, J.
Torsence painted both houses, one
SD e, 161 gallons; the other with an-
other paine sold at same price; t5 gal-
I, Ios. That 26 gallon paint is weak ahd
S 16 percent. whiting; that's why it took
S.' alonaes more.
S ou can learn for nothing what he
ba* ed to pay for.
V., Yours truly
37 F W DEVOE & Co
P. S.-Gilmore & Davis Co. sells oar

The Madison New Enterprise gives
at a gentle reminder, as follows:
ly, neighbor, we have just comple-
: ltd another year of labor in your be.
:. half and if altogether convenient we
usi appreciate it if you will go down
'to your jen and sh up that little
sr you owe us and sl2 ft around.
SWe em use quite a number of the shin-
a simolns if weonoly get them
k,--i our pM-i=iq. Come on, now;
s4t be baekful."
rTired mothers, worn cat by the peev-
steMs baby, have found Caecsre t
4 ; s and a ChMk fg. Ca. m -W t is

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Arniea Salve. No hinflamation fol-
Rowed --tbe ale, ai"mply healed the
wond." fleat every sore, burn an(i
skin disease. Guaranteed at all drotii-
gits. sM.
FoxaChasei city.
Early yesterday morning thero wai
quite a commotion among Mrs. J. M.
Forbes' ehic ena, and an investigation
as to the cauw showed a fox to have .
number of them in one corner of the
yard playing with thert apparently.
A pistol shot at his foxship made him
take to the weeds on the Alford lot un
Clinton street, and Mr. Chas. A. ('av
and Mr. Glovo Johnston was toon ion
the spot with five of their fox hounds,
and fun and excitement woon began in
dead earnest, for the pleasing sound t,
sportsmen of the good dogs yelps soon
brought Clinton street residents to the
scene of action. Soon the dogs had
Mr. Fox on the jump and run, and he
crossed McCarty street and went unler
a colored woman's house, where the
dogs killed him. Mr. Gloyer Johnston's
horse in making a quick turn fell, horse
and rider striking in a heap. Mr. John-
ston was badly bruised and had an
ankle sprained, but waa not seriously
hurt. The writer cut off and sent the
trophy to him. Mr. Cay and his friends
often chase foxes, and the one caught
yesterday makes the fifth under the
same number of chases. The city fox
that was killed is one that has been
kept for awhile at Mr. Blank's photo-
graph gallery, and hai gone on his last
chicken foraging expedition.
Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the little
tows of Ava, Mo.. is Mrs. S. Ruppee.
She writes: "One year ago my son
was down with such serious lung
trouble that our physician was unable
'o help him; when, by our druggist's
advice, I began giving him Dr. lAng's
New Discovery, and I soon noticed im-
provement up for a few weeks, when
he was perfectly well. He has worked
steadily since at carpenter work. Dr.
King's New Discovery saved his life."
Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by
all druggists. t0c and $1. N). Trial
bottle free. *
Large Florida Land Sale.
A dispatch of the 24th, from Atlanta,
gives out the following :
J. P. Williams, of Savannah, Presi-
(lent of the J. P. Williauam Land Co., of
Tallahassee Fla., and of the Georgia,
Florida and Alabama Railroad Com-
pany. who has been in Atlanta under
treatment of physicians for some weeks,
gave out the information yesterday
that the land company, of which he is
president, has just sold to a New York
syndicate, headed by a man named
Pope, 40,000 acres of timber land in
Southern Florida for $3x00,0(0. It was
practically a cash transaction.
The purchasers will develop the tur-
pentine and timber resources on the
land.
Mr. Williams. wno has been suffering
from a nervous complaint, is much im-
proved. He is at the residence of C.
K. Ayer, 311 Myrtle street.
AU TOUR KIDNEYS WILL?
Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Rheuma-
tism, Gout, Gravel, Dropsy, Inflamna-
tion of the Bladder. Bad'Blood and
Nervous Troubles caused by sick Kid-
neys.
The Tallahassee Drug Store, the well-
known druggist of Tallahassee, knows
by experience that HINDIi'O will cure
all forms of Kidney aid Nervous trou-
bles, and will guarantee it in all cases.
1 Can't you afford to tr. it at their
risk? It costs you nothing if it don't do
the work..
Sent by mail to any adlre.s4, propald,
on receipt of 50 cents. Six isxxes, $2.50.
Under a positive guarantee. No. 5
Tbey Went Fishing.
Rev. W. H. Zeigler, pastor of the
Presbyterian church. Rev. J. I' 'Pruett,
pastor of tht Brptist church, and Pro-
fessor Arthur Williams. of the College
for Women, have been on a recent fish-
ing trip toSt. Marks. There alowenta
fourth member of the paIrty. uninvited
and invisilble, whose presence was felt,
nqt seen. In reportmn this trip, the
Professor failed to name this person-
age, but gave the impression that he
was fond of good company, and might
be Identical with the celebrity who lis
said to be learned in the Scripturesa.
At any rate, he showed the tende
a.al evinced by that unmentionab
e o throw all available obetmales in
la the wa of the good, and sent borne
a pat of d nted and cratfaUee
ipo M l. w a ves a catfish to
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Cl. rk Circuit Court. Lawn County 1"iuo 1,ia.


NOTICE
I IiiIEIY GIVEN THAT WIX I l~.I'N.
A I.rs.on.,wcl, wiN on the 15th day of (.! , ,pc
u,6 tIh,- Gover.nor of the .tat, r .tI- t
1~~~~ Le~o i~*Ttters Pjaten t' '..
:0! ii O:-4'',tt.4under the o~i. '~.
J. LzPrOnrD Itlo,i,
'WIIL.IJAm A. MAI \1!,TA %.
H. CLAY CRA 'AI": .

1P1?lOI'OXSr)CHARTER OF "T111'. VIAJMlIllA
SUMNATRlA LEAV TOBACCO AND 8'l(WKi
FARMS.- I


ARTICLS I.
The namenof the corporation Mhallo I.. Thr Flor-
ida Sumatra Leaf Tobacco and St'cKk ai,ns. tani
it. principal place of business shall to. T'allahap-
Ae. Leo i county, Florida. but such liraih ollicei
maybe establi shed elsewhere, In or ,-ot of th.o
State of Florida, as the board of director may de-
termin..
ARTICMI 11.
The general natuio of the business tI, b-e tran.-
acted shall be the rowins. MOying, packinar. man.
ufacturing. selling and hanldnG of laf tolmacto of
all kinds, and other ariel I JiI prNtuct. to buy,
sell. own hold. leo.a. rnt Impr.ve farms. and
other rel estate, and:to mortgage and envumber
the same, and to take mertilne ; to Iuilld. main-
tain and operate warehouses and pioakin houa
for curing, hanallrg and p uw mr for market
leaf tobacco, and all other fam pr.ilurt-. to own
and operate saw milla, rW llM s ani 4tI A irta.
and to buy and sell timber. timber ln.%s and hi
her ; to raise. buy and sellhenr ,in teati.
hos and all kind of live sa ;k u. ,t et. eibry
farms and poultry farms and (,* *. a wra le
mercbandln hubusinl, and tto t al eivamw ,
tobacco aJ other e ruop&r,noi'l Go t k..
and generally to buy and o an *Al *
acter of property. relaid rma..was. '
in any and all kldM ot beusinem tha me,
dent to or connectwl with .. 'wt r
carrying out of the objecl ,*f ',1 e.D
shall have, use and ,aj'gy all 'l, ro ,0- 6 ,'-
.nd |privileges irranted Ito ,t..*-.-stN. ip . q, .o
by the general erpuraton oee .4 te 5 *leai of'
'l",rida.
ANTIl ll- III
The capital stork nf thi- .,-wtis sha*ll be
Eirlhti Thousandi Dollar,. ,i Wlivedl int, e'at
thouoani sharei-, of the on .e .of ton dollar
each. to Ile 1dW in by the stil- iber, in eaah. in
such sums and at auh tjUnw- u. na Iay be rojulrmd
>by thel iard of directors; I'r- oild. that anly part
it said COult of service., labor at. irni erty, at a jirt
valuatiUo. thereof to be foxe I,. the imrd of di-
rectoir, at a meetingheld fort that purpose.
A cIiCL I%. .
The otakd corporation hall exit for the term of
ninety -nine years from the daIt of the Imuanceof
letters Patent to it. -
ARTICl.E N
The businea of this a rporatid4 dMl be con.
ducted by a president. vice-prosldddt. aeeretary.
treasurer, and a board of dirrectw to consist of
not less than three tir more than fye. and much
other nfMcers and aefits an the IqIs nt dlieetorn
may frnmi time to tinr e provide. Afi two at aueh
offt-e may be held Ly onr and the spepersmn.
The officers who hall manage the a air of the
corporation until thoeeelectsel at Oteret eaeetkmn
shall be: President. J. Clifford IlL. P r. Vice.
President. W. MatWIIanm, s metar0 and
Treaduer. H. Clay Crawford, and J. Qlfsod Rt.
Foster. W. A. MasWUllams and l. L Crawford
shall constitute the board of d lt=aiaawnd amid
officr. and buard of director srve until
their succes-ors are elected "at t rst annual
meetinr. to be held on the fourth Mendar In July,
A. D. ItW. and ansnally thereafter am tn e fourth
Monday in July
VrrlICLB vI.
The highest amount of Indebtednem or liability
to which this corporation can at any tUne mutbect
itself shall be fifty thousand dollas.
AXTICI.r vm.


The inamee and nmwridirrc" Pftheis.subeeribel in.
ecirporstors, with the anwount (if osaitalstifek vu Ib-
scribol for by each. are ias fuilowsa
W. A. UeMarbllama, St1. Awusuallm. Pla.. IM
aherve..
J. C'lifford Rt. Pouter, Tgallahasms,, M..14-1
shart v.
R. y C:raw(og4. TalL lhass". VIa.. 614 share.a

Notie to. Proerty Owueen.
N JTICE 1A HEIRFMY (;IvtN[ TUAT THEit;
NCity c m j* of the OTvjofTajumagse... Y,orI
Jda, wiilmet mastbw (Counctil Chamber. City hasil.
Citv of Talihawirmo, Fitirs,,i. 'om Thursday, (kt.-
ber PAIL. AL D. ]ir. at -,441o.-' cek. p. an-..for the
PIarg-J'e of hiaring it orriviamt.IP Uh51 VIvinar t"-
tintony masto the %aloe of sk,) Piugints, resi 'r
tpw~wilsi. as fixod oivy tittciv t)amiesemof tax.-.
sow! cd perloctinx. rc'.'tewirg rand squahzmnerthv
Anly permoen. firin. anmuciat won "1 caggim tkmn de..
eirkm gto apaw r bdm trs- Ctr,' ountiJ upon mat
Wrg~ huge.. i~fip~fiet1 WL 90% Lhbnwmmves at -
corodinely.
A. Hi. WivuAms.
*City C'erk. City4P Tmflshibus..
B i k* of taw tdCep ijql!. TmlahaPm.oe
!knida eptmsher I Wh. A VI. 1017.
V. J. RANDOLPH,

CIVIL EN GINEER.


Ex. County Sur~kyor.


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Harvesting Machinery o Hardwj


YOU CAN 6O THROUGH THE
WOR D.
and you will find no better il-'
vestment for your money tha
property in and around Taloa.
hassee. We are@offerng homrtl
lots and farms, that are sure
to rise in value shortly at
bargain prices. If you want
to secure a home that will
give you a home and make
money for yop at the same
time, consult us.


LOOK AT THIS I


A model farm containing 37." acres, 3.2:. acres of which is cleared;
together with an $1.*)($ dwelling, 5 tenant houses. :t good barns for
general farming. and 7o0 choice peach trees whiec will bear
year. The place is well watered, the ,r.,;:t.a tr of the land is g
tly rolling, as well as table land, the soil flight grey and red cla
sandy soil,-the best of Pmill for the culture' of Tobacco. I
The place is located about three nole.:4 from the City, and is o
Tered for a limited time only
For price and terms, .:i1ll ol, 'or aldoir~es-


J. T. BERNARD & SON,

Real Estate Dealers.


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Get The Habit,.


Leave o, ;'. -..ilo!I cloth,.s nL home bundle i ,
<>n .o <, :
We'll I d,, t); rt-t. Then you will have n,
mis.s- t:!-*.. iocks. no hunting the wash worni.
Sunday morning for a clean shirt. no worr
about mu-rnmarized s irts starched and ruin I.
no ticket to looaw and futss over getting vot"-
laundry on Saturday night, no bundle of
soiled clothes to lug up street.
See or Telephone the Manager about oir
Monthly rates to young men.
Get iit of the' "old rut" and gret in the right
way by having all your work done at

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These grate bars are for a bdler furniwbed t'
years ago. which has been run continuous every

y day, and has never had a leaky tube. No b"ole ..
evii4Wve better service. Yours faithfully,

PALATKA GAS LIGHT & FUL'
G. Loper Banley


The Housekeepers' Delight
in a range that will roast meats, boil bake Q 'tUerw'ieool;
vegetable and kep it Viping hot until oomeb the Urt! for-Hs
A ood gw rirnge Aopplied with flowing fuel s furnt I th
our st reet Mains., controlled by a simple "twist of thewri..
vour kithe.n meet# every doire of the asubtioM prqaN
1nmi4L for the household. Ask all the questiq oue of e
this ieq, or of Our representative who will u) at our bo
I,,.tal or phone request. GET THE "VULCAN' GA8 RAN

A Boon In Hot Weather
is a gan stove or mrnge on sultry ironing days. Gas thus
s.-rves just the necessary quantity of heat for beat reaItse
'ovrheating the kitchen and making it uneomtforteh .ti
ironer. For this laundering aid, like many .other p
an1d the stoves and ranges phich burn it complete the
en complement. See this bflce about mua advattges. .'

The Gas Company, Phone 72
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V1y dS0AI6 Tu gVygSLA SWWAL
0. COLLMISN. P gbbpe ive 56 s
EsD sysa3V35Y RIAYo B PredapicivCam
3 I U Dt2he .ive Oak Democrat saS. that
11 eeevelt ad Bartiaa ee d lnaoe got into poltes ki th is
lowing communication to the ew been d into
Sun will be read with interest: advo
th editor of the NewYor Sn- t thg i ant rd -iln
; The proal solidttlo of Mr. i world w wt in u u want re le-
t to Mr. Harriman to- rlse v to make te tat rich, JuS few moments a
for election purposes, which water was drained of and t
lao tie letter's contributing ,. sedT a ready for cultivation, The i a r-C C
of his own and getting $210,0 to prodetivity mounted up un- OU hav to
d the manner t solieta- as a sugar country was made t 1 A *
make any right tink peron wtosm almost barren land by compare S A -
only shame. But it is not the sand, sad we wre to roll in such sea& PH .,
I feisture that ooet e oled charM weash when our grest unriv- '
PI m and threw out de tful baIt *4d farm was opened up that we Sed I u u ect to headache,
S aduc him to dq ths thing. Theue almost supply theworl with the h them with you al-
Ro which Roosevelt, as a politician of oas stuf These figure went wiWut i
tetyIve years' experience and ac- question, for there were no experts to Wa7y 1 O harm can come
ta. e with the public detetation o dey them, but the noise of them ha from ,eir use, if taken as
corrupt use of money in purchasing gone abroad, and in reg.u her there a' ,
ters and repeaters, knew this money are exports. the claims of Ever- d ed, as they contain
Id undoubtedly be put by the who d hve been examined and cast o n n choral, mor
handle it in the election to follow, aside as rrous exaggerationm. In the u P "", c.oral, mor-
te a picture that no honest man literary igest, one of the standard p)lll, cCaine, chloro-
contemplate without a feeling of publication of America, we find the foL heroin alpha and
litpt. following: I . h . oi
we remember how loftily Mr. "itcgrding the possibilities of the bet eOUCine, cannabis in-
yet has preached purity and hon- Florida Everglade as a sugar-produe- dia or choral li vrate or
bow anry and emphatic have ing region, touched upon na recent ar.
his denunciations of wrongdoing, tic ed the columns from the their derivatives.
how strenuous have been his during Manufacturers' Record, the following Ask your dmrggist about
hearers to take to and keep in editorial comment is made by th Sugar
straight and narrow path of duty Planter' Journal (New Orle ) : them.
I prightness, it is evident from h s 'The supposed possibilities of 2,500,000 *it v" i* reat rloeure to be
uliuse of Harriman that Mr. tons of sugar beiigproduced from 800,- e. er to the Ir. Miles A4U-
elt's own feet turned to and en- 000 acres Is too absurd for considera- Pan as the t.-t r< mel-y we av
that broad path that usually leads tion, for Cuba, the ideal sugar country U l ,, t',, he. e y wi.
truction. He made broad his both as to land and climate, does not w br a n rnt ,. ferer far
ltterles. He almost prayed in the average more thaa half that yield, or y w th the n, ,e m fmi.int. oin
corners against all manner of po- sbout 6,000 pounds of sugar to he acre, a T r. stA1
and other foulners and unedeanqaainst this Florida claim of 10.0W, l',, '.w ; "" '
,et he himself, this self-appointed pound If the reclaimed lands of the Ur, %uterlit, N. T.
S of righteousness, adroitly threw Everglades should averageS 000 pounds Dr.elliA' Anti-Pain Pills are sld by
tto Harriman the bait that he wanted of sugar to the acre it woukd be a gxd t wo wi, narantee that
'toka him into him private confident, sugar return, quite an much as the far'u'rnyour ....
Sj Ne affairs of the people, saying in most optimistic sugar man who knows M e a nts. Nevr sold bulk.
S letter of October 14, 1904: "e e would care to figure on. There has MilesMedcal Co., Elkhart Ind
p rite m mmes"sge (to congrs I been too much overoptimistic specula-
s allget you to come down to discuss tion a to what the infinite, latent pos- -
eenrtain government matters not con- sibilities of the Everglades are. Such
mwuted with the campaign." claims have no foundation whatever, ,TV nr f
What were these government mat- and can but work harm to the State of "nom y Fence
t'fs that Mr. Roosevelt would discuss Florida and the Southern sugar indus. I .., ,
;With a man In publicly asociating with try in the end.'"If yo intend to do Fen
hm he knew there ww danger to Ing, itwill pay ou to see
ielalf-for In that letter e said: 'If t's Time to Act e the Cper Cae. me fore phrasing.
(Harrlman] think thee is any dan- I am General Agent for
Sf your visit causing trouble, of Whatever crime Isaiah Cooper may the ale* of the Economy
give up the visit for the time have committed-whether it be a capl. PeF e and know it to be
and then before I write my mea- tal crime deserving the death penalty, th v
I shall get u to come down to which unfortunately the laws of this
artal government matters." Stat still make it oible to Inlict on BMIS and
As the danger of a popular version ts citilsns or whetr t be one of the
t Mr. Roosevelt would have degree o murder or manslaughter,
ilby that time because it would besubjecting him to a penal service for a SH EA P 7
S the election that would have d- telm of year-It is certain that he has
d whether Mr. Roosvelt would not committed a crime that Is punish- an b built for-ess than
locted, or not, Mr. Roosevelt would, able by imprisonment in the county 15 C Ltl Rod.r
be secure of the presidency Jail.
ouyar more, and he could then Yet Coope has been confined in the l|t
take cha that Hearriman' county jaln Lot nearly five years. Wi aliam e Lrts,
dM not be found out and if It Hi case has been before the Pardon- S ..
'he himself would e cure in Board during nearly the whole term SALE AGENT,
I, t was the bold and au- of confnement, a:. the Pardoning 40-tf Cntrevlle. lorida
game of the politician to throw Board has not acted, F
l sit of discussing with Harrl. No pardon can be given or sentence
emonmet matters that might commuted without the vote of the Gov-
tohim what was In Mr. Roose- nor. Two Governor have had an op-
mind-thoee matters being plain- portunity to pass on the question of i IV
as would have special Intrest whether Cooper shall be .hnaed or
railroad man who might perhaps whether he hall serve a term in the
/to be olid with Mr. Roosevlt penitentiary for life or less. Neither 104 MAS C UILDING.
who there I every eason to be- one of them has been able to decide.
wanted to be olid with him, which Whatever may have been the stand- TI nm g Plu I i
Roosevelt well kne. ng of the Pardoning Board during Gov- TIn i 9 0ilm aina
that letter Mr. Roosevelt was evi- ernor Jennings' administration, it is re-
eager to call Mr. Harriman to ported to be a fact that the other four Sh twMt W ork
aid the latter not showing any members of the Pardoning Board are
ma f king the desired visit, Mr. equally divided. Two of them are will- -
It igmously wrote in the In to commute the sentence and two h
iuA ggesti has come o them are ling to Fast their votes All work in the line of
I. und about way thatyou for hanging. Roofing, Gutt ng,
t w to come to me It therefore, at this time clearly Guttering Spout
iy M! weeks of the campaign, up to the Governor to decide what shal Ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
t Se are reluctant to refuse 1n- b done with Cooper.
oI have asked you. Now, my He should deide it. solicited, and Special care
an d I, are practical men if he has any doubt of Coopr' suit, *. p_ .m .
g ret regard, sincerely there Is no question that he ahou ie ten t please my pat
I e toosevelt." uhim the benefit of the doubt, and ote rons.
history match this epi. for a commutation of the sentence.
San ay bonest man who ist free if he had no doubt of Cooper's guilt
parisam n prejdice and does not of the crime of which he was convicted, Dl1* *
worship an idol oythe inc.i- he should sign hi. death warrant, as lP
s lhoe velt the worthy succes- the law directs.
o of that l line of prlsidents who, Oi occasions when I have asked the
If eunctanInes In pollties Governor why he did not act in the ___
-of whis. thank eaaM, there l no Cooper case, he has told me that he
ei woene-hwd wit and enough was trying to find out if there were
ot to put It on paper over their si-na- other parties implicated in Cooper.'s
Itires? E. R. D. crime, and that he believed Cooper's
| New York, Sept 12. d death woukd make it very much more
I -- -.---.- -.-- difficult to find this out than if Coeper
r; ew to emalta OTY.* continued to live. ai M
To continue young in health and A year haa elapsed nince the Gover- ReqS
Strength, do as Mrs. N. F. Rowan. Me. nor told me this, and it is my opinion
poough. Ga., did. She says: "Three that umelent time has been given to Peeple ss BFek o.
i mottle of Electric Bitters cured me of the study of thi case.
e ironic liver and stomach trouble, comrn- If there was anything to be found out MM*O0 G3.
p icated with such an unhealthy condi* about this matter that Cooper's death
tion of the blood that my skin turned would have made more difficult to die. -
ed as flannel. I am now practical 80 cove, there has been tique enough to - --
yearn younger than before I took l- find it. wv,
tri Bftteri. I can now do all m If It has not been found in this time,
wth ease and assslt in my hu d's by the arent whom the Governor ha fl
0. h^...cno iand it-which agents have b
"- /--- -. working to the last few weeks-the
N a s a e m e t C h ch nce of finding it is g ne .


Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Luta are now In I am not crying for Cooper's blood. w
of and are managing popular I am opposed to the infliction of the
Springs Hotel, having pur death penalty, but it Is the duty of the W
the rights recently from fMr. rnor of Floridla to sign Cooper's
Trice. who has been manager warrant it he believe there to no
proprietor for about three years. of his guilt; just as it to his duty II E
are overhaul, repairing, re- to commute the sentence if he believe I.
and add ng convegene. there is a doubt-
oon have everything in the It s Wertanly his duty to do some- W IL .. w R M II
ahape for the comfort and conve- thing, and do it without further delay. uW
ofah guests. Panacees isto one Th Governr should act uon the "W
th very bet points on our Gulf Cooparc m slladha o o. Sn. e .ll.
for recuperation, quiet rest' and o__ _n_ _e.
b rbth salta"d springbath- S-i I li,
e ry.%th bs t for h hugnt . .. FOR BAL B BARDE-MITH CO
Sand and there are plenty of This disease is caused by a deange-
botw= to take out parties to mentoftheatomCL Takefeeof Chas.- bb
bet points for sport. Tallahaea- brain's a lrfae to
wish Mr. and Mrs. Lot. fouwlD c t o G A i bel h mwr Gas.
Wrt at4.


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CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


Resilvering- Mirrors

A Specialty.

I have a man with m who has here.
tofore been employed at'the works of
the largest glass mamifacturing and
finishing concern in this eountly,
he can make your old scratched or
spotted mirror as good as new, by the
same process Used at the factory.
Prices right and satisfaction guaran-
teed. Give him a trial arid con-
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Mrs. 0. D. Philley, Marble WTO, NSe*. wrtht hays
Herbine and find lt tthb, ;xs i'vur 3*v,--t4xv-j It
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Cw e or Bag
Carter, Rector of St.
will return
StAM a-from hi trip to Boston,
and will hold the usual services of hi
church on Sunday.
NoTrcs !-The regular meeting of the
United Confederate Veterans will be
held on Wednesday, the 2d day of Oc-
tober, at the Elk's Hall.


1. D. M. Lowry, the popular and (Signed) J. ). CAY, Adjutant.
manager of the Florida Cottop All Bersons who desire to take danc-
opened up for business for this ing lessons can arrange for same at the
at a lively pace Monday. Tallahassee Drug Store with Guy Hanes.
SC.C. Still, frorm Tennessee, Lessons will be given at the Armory,
a guest of the Leon on Thursday. commencing first of next week. 31-1t
ing in the line of Shirts that Don't imagine yourself growing old
demands can be furnished by and ugly just because your mirror is
& Co., Men's Furnishers. 25 spotted and discolored, but get it nicely
up resilvered at J. E. Theus' Furniture
A. Jackson and wife have beenup Store and see what an improvement it
Vereeft for a few days visit to the will make in your appearance. 20
BE. L. Hutchinson, W. H. The funeral services of Captain J. R.
S an Hutchineal haven, en. in Baker, who died last week in New York
o and an Neal have been City, was held in Tallahasaee, at the
y aga this week main this wek making ar- residence of Mr. Claude L'3Engle, on
|Rf ~for securing a suitable Monday afternoon. Captain BaKer was
Omi gaging largely i, Sumatra an uncle of Mrs. L'Engle.
Tobacco growing, and it is always Miss Rosa Ham, of Albany Ga,
to their Tailah.v.seL friends to Miss Rosa H1am, of Albany. Ga.,
em here. passed through Tallahassee on Stnday,
S*en route to Apalachicola, where she is
S Annie P Ames will open her going to attend the marriage of the
te school Monday, S*ptember 23rd rot er, Dr. Ham, to Miss Efa Fowler,
*. Tuition $3 0(. .3c-2t daughter of Mr. John Fowler, a promi-
Mrs. James McK. L% kes of Galveston nent citizen of Apalachicola. The wed-
daughter of Judge Charles B. ding took place on Wednesday.
11 is on a visit to her parents and This is the weather for Rain Coats,
assee friends. Umbrellas and Overshoes. Go to Burns
.Mr. Hugh Mosher and sister, Mrs. M. & Co.'s for them. They carry a large
Jackson, of White Springs, are" in stock, and prices right. 25.
city. Tlih regular monthly meeting of the
Mr, Julius Hirschberg and his excvl- Wonman's Home Mission Society will be
t wife returned home yesterday after held in. the Methodist church next Tues-
ery pleasant summer's outing at day, October Ist, at 4:30 p. m., and the
B ronville, N. C. Foreign Missionary meeting on next
t Thpublic is invited to investigate Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. A
the Worthington Roller Winuow Screen large attendance of members is desired,
at J. W. Corbett's. 27 and visitors are cordially invited to
Judge R. Don MoLeod is in the city meet with us.
one of his sons, who was brought DeWitt's Catbolized Witch Hazel
Crawfordville to Tallahassee for Salve is good for boils, burns, cute,
medical treatment. scads and skin diseases. It is espe-
Mi \M Keipp and Miss Foster, two of cially good for piles. Sold by all drug-
te teachers of music at the College for gists.
Women, returned to Tallahassee Satur- Dr. Aleck Perkins Harrison and his
day aunt, Miss Fannie Perkins, will leave
'The Tampa Tribune says: The new on Monday for Baltimore, where the
editor of the Madison Recorder appears Doctor wishes to spend the next year
tobe a scrapper from Scrapperville. in doing work in the Johns-Hopkins
Mr. Joi Josto lft for a wk Hospital. At the expiration of that
Mr. Johnie Johnson left for a week time, unless his plans are changed in
r ten days outing at Panacea Springe the meantime, Dr. Harrison will make
Tuesday He has been under the his home among his old friends in Tal-
ireather for some days and his hosts of lahassee.
lla see friends hope he will be laha ee R a
iwatly benefitted by this visit. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
good for anyone who neeus a pill. They
Hon. J. D. Stoutamire was in the are small, safe, sure little pills that do
again Tuesday and madeusa pleas- not gripe or sicken. Sold by all drug-
it visit. Some while ago, he read in gists.
of his newspapers, that a lump of
um about the size of a man's thumb Miss Nellie Hunt left this morning
o into a drench and used was a cure for Tallahassee where she will resume
snake bite. One day last week a her studies at the Female College and
end was in the neighborhood with a secure her degree of B. A -St. Augus-
dog which was bitten by. a large tine Record.
Rttlesnake. He went immediately to Rutabaga Seed! Call at Yaeger-
Mr. Stoutamire's home, and the dog Bethel Co.'s for your Rutabaga Seed.
drenched with strong allum water 24-tf
Ihich proved effective, and the dog got There are 50.(04) Chinese in Califor-
s1ll. These simple remedies should be nia. Many of them worsnip in the
Wembered. Buddhist temples, where they worship
Before investing in a new sewing a great idol, a hideous imageof Buddha.
ipachine for your summer swing, call There are 10,01)0 Japanese. and 15.000
and price the New Home and White Koreans. besides other foreigners in
machines at J. E. Theus' Furniture the same State. The home mission
Store, on corner of Adams and Clinton work done by the various churches is
streets. 20 reaching many of them. The O0iental
Occasional headache. helchino, bad people are scattered all along the Pa-
taste in the wouch, lack of appetite and cific Coast, and, to some extent, allover
rit nervousaess are symptoms of in- the country, especially in our large
estion which, when allowed to go cities. Florida has a large share of
:u red for, will develop into a case of them. They must be christianized and
s.y m s .,ha w i ta .,,l time to civilized, or they will heathenize us.
'Awnania hntwil toke t ln it time to -


get id of. Don't neglect your stom-
l'ch. At the first indication of trouble
Take something that will-help it along
.i its work of digesting the food you
esat. Kodol for Indigestion and Dys-
I&pepsia will do this. Kodol will make
your food do you good anu will enable
you to enjoy what you eat. Sold by all
' The public is invited to investigate
-the Worthington Roller Window Screen
-at J. W. Corbett's. 27
Mr. S. F. Gammon, of Marianna, an
adM Florida State College student, and
very popular young gentleman, was
the city Tuesday and made the True
B rat a pleasant visit. He leaves
for Miami, where he goes as prin-
Wpal of the public schools, and his many
Tallahaf!ee friends wish hirm the great-
'et success and commend him to the
'good people o2 his new home.
* The way to get rid of a cold, whether
' t be a "bad cold" or just a little one,
Sto get it out of. your system throukth
the bowels. Nearly all Cough Cures,.
pgecial'y those that contain opiates,
constipating. Kennedy's Laxative
h Syrup Contains no opiates and
ta gently on the bowels. Pleasant
take. Sold by all druggists. *
SC-"tiWen," in the Kick Department
Jacksonville Metropolis, registers a
against cruelty to animals that
satmost eveiywhere, as follows:
a9 ot think our Society for the
m of Cruelty to Animals is
wviunt, as some specimens of
AMl mules are driven in the city
C diqrrc the owners. Poor,
joamdold, I think that it is
to alow such animt drivem
Alr ari t without Hindranme.
tlm5a ,0 gjt *is ,qf the
Jml aw e ^^^^


Order your Suit from Burns & Co.
and have the style and fit guuianteed.
W. H. Covington. of I'ensocola is in
the city, looking around with a view to
making his home in Tallahassee.
Mr. C. G. Parlin, of Apalachicola,
has been on a recent visit to his father,
Hon. C. H. Parlin here in Tallahassee.
Mrs. and Miss Gano have arrived in
the city and are staying for a few days
at the Leon. Miss Gano is one of the
the new teachers at the State College
for Women.
Mr. l L. Hutchinson, sof the Ilutch-
inson Shoe Company, of Jacksonville,
was in the city this week, a guest (iof
the Le.,n.
Mr. L. S. Peck, of Jacksonville. made

one of his brief trips to Tallahassee
Tuesday.
Before purchasing your horse, call
and see my stock a nice lot just having
come in. J. P. S. HOUSTOI:N.
40-tf
Hons. 'T L. and S. D. Clark, of Mon-
ticello, and Hon. G. I. S. Watt, k-
sonville, are an ang the Leon's 9lwcent
distinguished guests.
Hon. Frank W. Duval, was up from
St. Marks Monday and made The True
Democrat a pleasant visit. Hlie has his
hotel in splendid shape, and there pre a
number of safe and comfortable boats
to be had there, and hunting and fi'hi.
at that point is the best on the Gl
ast. Mr. Duval expects a good pat-
ronae the apprac seeon and all
at hbo will be ven the
verw bet fare ad o t. He knows
bow, ad whem to put you on to the
an od fla i. too, and he will
bk pkesin Ian Wodin t


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We have Blue Voiles, Panama's,


and Flannels.


Then too, we have


Cloth, Grey Plads and many Grey M
You will also find the i )pular I
ma's, Broad Cloth and Fancy Browi
endless variety of Fancy Flalwls, M'
Still don't think we have left out ti,

hams, Outings, Flanneletts, Sui' i

eried Flannels.


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Messrs. W. T. and E. R. Patterson, i E. 1. Ford, of Hlot ,
of Chaires are in the city on business. registered at th,* Lean.
Mr. B. F. Dillon, Jr. of Jacksonville, Hon. R. HI Huford of
was a guest of the Leon a few days in the city thim.wewk
ago. John R. Sharl.', of Hs
Hon S. C. Bott, and Hon. R. J. Maya vice-president of the (i
both of Monticello, have been guests of has made a recent visit i.
the Leon this week. Just receive( at p. 'I
The public is invited to investigate a large lot o.f hamindm.n
the Worthington Roller Window Screen sizes to suit Itlh Ihld
at J. W. Corbett's. 27 men.
Mr. W. A. Witt, of Jacksonville, J. A. Montgome,.r. f
superintendent of the S. A. L. R. I., has recently male. a viit
made a short business trip to Tallahan- on business for the HItll I.
see last Thursday. pany.
J. E. Theus wishes to remind his Mr. and Mrs. F II f.,.
many friends and patrons that he still W. S Smith, of I'err%. v
carries an up-to-date line in house fur- at the Leon this ,.,.k
nishings. 20 J. i, Philli,s. .I I ',
The Pennsylvania grafters, that close two prornirnt -iti,.-n
corporation of official thieves, who stole Ga., hav t-en r,.0e-nit -i.
millions from the State treasury on the hassee.
building of the $13,000,00is capitol at They worn o.,
Harrisburg. have been run to earth and piV T rN w'o ", ,
indicted. No State in this Inion han What ar. wo I..
ever had a fouler disgrace put upon it as they ar- now kn-. I
by its own citizens than this gang of nations f ,,Ir )r ,llt..
swell rogues has put upon P rnsylvania, Mr. .... '
and it will help mightily to cleans the r. A. .. N ih.'.a.t,
moral atmosphere of a State in very acco l)lanter of ia ..
bad repute when they are put in rison several dys in Tli..t.. -
stripes. Likewise it will b.l a salutary Mi i Fthe-14 10l C in.
warning to grafters all over the; land. charming dl:i,.h .,,' I.
Live Oak Democrat. loway. havi. r.et irnv..l f
Take Hall's Family Ilills fr consti. visit t,, fr,.n't "i 1 ,,..
pation. M .'sr. ; ... .\m. Hi
--- - and StalM ..4 ,rinl lg I.;
PliatatlUo to Lease. for the Flla .-.,.*
I desire to lease myin-acrs, planta- (Gainevili..
tion, locreed about four mile. southeast Mr. I'.,rrv %i.... '
of Tallahassee for a term of years. 'nmadl r Contains splendid lands suitabh for all 1 tirrs.. .., ,i... i.,


general crops, and is well watered; ten-
ant houses, barns, etc., and has excel-
'ent land for tobacco growing. ^.ddresA
Mrs. B. C. Chaires, Tallahas.4e, Fla.,
or see J. G. Coinms. 21-tf
Here's a Chance for Some Money for
TA*.


We want some one in Tallahassee to
bay Pecan Nuts and Fig Cuttings for
us this winter. There is money in this
for some man who has got morne hustle
in him. Write at once for particulars
to Arcadia Nurseries.
J. H. GIRKAREAI, .JR.,
29-4t Manager, Monto.'-llo, Fla.
Fie Horses and4 Males.


A fine carload just in. at le-t prices.
Call and see them and glt |Iri..s
C. 1. ,KiHlIMAKER.,:
27 Kemiwor of stables.
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I ip ll:ulr kntl rlrt- :fl< i ;r
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i.s i i t0,.' city on hit. *
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hell, to all girls *h.e ,.
who Iahk funds I a, t r
She halo bem thb It. ,.i
several youh n lti-, n# A.1
have bhea greet h-lp
brought beibre the rOweil>
pure TFroebehMa bkaernai
givit Florida a smomgwj
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DOWitt'8s CAbolised Wtth Hasel
Salve is good Tor boils, bul s, cuts,
sealds and skin diase sae It is espe-
eially good for pile. Sold by all drug.
Dr. Aleck Porkinsl arioand his
aunt, Miss Fanal Peruta, will leave
on onday u o Baltimre, where the
tor wiawto aSIno thn ext
to i= At the axpiratq a2 that
time, uakles his plan ae ohanfed In
the meantime, Dr. wariae make
hi home among hiold friends In Tal-
lahassee.
DeWitt's Ltle ar Risers are
godform who a pilL They
are .mall, a..s o rM ttie -Us that do
not grfpe or skicken. Sold by all drug-
gists.
Miss Nellie Hunt left this morning
for Tallahamsee where she will resume
her studies at the Female College and
secure her degree of B. A.-St. Augus-
tine Record.
Rutabaga Seedl Call at Yaeger-
Bethel Co.'s for your Rutabaga Seed.
24-tf
There are 50.000 Chinese in Califor-
nia. Many of them worship in the
luddhlat temples, where they worship


ieam. They mut beobrisilanised and
civilized, or they will hathenise us.
Orner your Suit from Burnm & Co.
and have the style and fit guaranteed
W. H. Covington. of Peaooola. is in
the city, looking around with a view to
snaking his home in Tallahasee.
Mf. C. G. Perlin, of Apa l"asoaI,
haa been on A recent viait to hbbtaerP,
9 C. H. Parlin here on Talhdbme.
Mrs. and Miss Gano have arrived In
the city and are saying for a few day
at theOa M lm s Gano i one oft
the new teachers at the State Cllege
for Women.
Mr. E1 L. Hutehinson, of the Hutch-,
inson Shoe Compay,, of Jacksoaville
was in the citythis week, a guestoft
the Leon.
Mr. L. S Peek of Jacksonville made
om of his bril tripe to Tlalsasmee
Tonaday.
Before purchaat your horse, call
and e a *stogya IMlot Jat having
-c nm ItO&TOIW.

Hons. T. L wlS. D. Cark., of Man-
ol ,an L of Jack-
so V L & Watt recent


and.


Then too. we


.Clotk Plads and many Grey T '
also find the popular Volela, Mohalrs, Pana
may's, B Cloth and Fancy Brown i We alo have at
endlrim "ety of Fancy Flanels, Mohaif od Cloth and Silkis
Still 4 itUnk we have left out the stall i.s of Pereals, Ging

hams, 00 ws, Flanneletts, Suitings, Whi$Sd and Embeoid-

eried Flanels. '

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Messrs. W. T. and E. R. Patterson,
of Chaires are In the city on business.
Mr. B. F. Dillon, Jr. of Jacksonville,
was a guest of th Leon a few days
ago.
Ron 8S. C. Bot,and Hon. R. J. Mays
both of Motioello have been guests of
the Leon this week.
The p atbM is :nvitod to inveetgate
the WoIlk t.. Roller Window Sreen
at J. W.Cor 's. 27
Mr. W. A. Witt, of Jacksonville,
superintendent of the S. A. L. R. R.,
made a short business trip to Tallahas-
see last Thursday.
J. E. Theus wish* to remind his
many friends and patrons that he still
carries an up-to-date line in house far-
nalhings. s0
11he Pennsylvanias rafters, that close
oeorpatn of eacilial thieves, who stole
from the State treasury on the
b iof the 8,000,000 capitol at
have been run to earth and
dotd. o State in this Union hao
ever had a ftoler d ae put upon It
byIts own lti tnus this ga of
=wd mesu haaiput upon P- nnsylvma
a Ix elp beJ migly to cleans
mraln =v oa f a State in very
Srpt thy are put in
-os. iee itwill be a sal
Swag to grasm .all over the land.-
u" Oak Democrat.
*Ike Hall' Family Pills for constil

to Lease.
I detre my 500-acre planta-
tis. W abet four miles southeast
oft for a term of yers.
CI O atal s a leads, suitable for all
l aMd is we!' watered; ten-
ihoses, et, ete., and has seool-
iilud f0rtor oorowimng. A
n 8. B ai Tall-hage.s *,
or *se J. Cos. .t
MUr_, a Ch aes- 'r Seam Ieamsy a r
We wamt ome oe In Tallahaasee to
b Pean Nuts ig Cotti
to this witar. is money
far ywho has got some
r 0l-S19.1-o prtlmh
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L. Ford, of Hot Spring. Ark., is
registered at the Leo.*
Hna. R. H. Buford, of Quincy, was
in the city this wee.
J!hn R sharpe, of n
ep e of U .G.R
has made a recent visit to this clty.
Just received at P. T. Nicholson's
a large lot of handsome siguet ring,
sises to suit both ladls and gretle-
me. .2t
J. A. Montgomery. of Thomasville,
has recently made a visit to Tallahasee
on business for the Bell Telephone Com-
pany.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Smith, and Mrs.
W. S. Smith, of Par, were registered
at the Leon this week.
J. L. Phillips, and Col. Thompson,
two prominent eltisns of Thomasville,
Ga., have mben recent visitors to Talla-
They are worn more than ever and
P. T. Nicholso has some beauties.
What are worn? Why, Bracelets, or,
as they are now known, Decorous Deco-
rations for Deeolitte, Costumes. 31-2
Mr. A. Ia Nicholson a prominent to-
baeo planter of Gadsden county, spent
sevi days in Tallahassee this week.
Mis Ethel and Omeira the two
charming daughter of Hon. W. M. Hol.
loway, have returned from a delightful
visit to friends in Tennessee.
Messrs. Geo. Ames, Herbert Felkel,
and Stanley Gramling leave this week
for the Florida State University at
Gainesville.
Mr. F. Perry May, of Quincy, has
made a recent visit to this city in the
interests of the Gzdaden Lumber Com-*
pany.
Mr. Wm. Bas, who has been a sales-
man in the hardware store of Gilmore
A Davis for a number of years has re-
signed his position with that firm, and
accepted one with Buns & Co.
Mr. Phelps Warden Wilson after.
making a trip to Memphis, Tenn., to
see his sister, Mrs. N. eLong went
ao to New York to fAnish buying his
stock of winter goods. Advice received
Wtoa announce his home-coming on
Mr. Ed Manning, of Mannington,
was in town yesterday, enroute from
Apalachicols where he has been to at-
tend the marriage of Dr. Ham to
Kim Eva Fowier, both of that place.
Miss Anna Chaires, the efficient and
oplaW kindergarten Instructor of the
Iloida Female College, at Tallahas.ee,
isna the cityon her way to Tallaha-
s,. Mis Chalsm has been a grat
help to all girls who arb amatobii
who lack fsnds to carry out thb*f
She has been the means


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The Madiso w New Matirp retsp U.
up thusly: "The meemhaat who
s.teaey decorated with gaig
asle grease, foor or other d bD ai
rtlng mtter, is to toh ha.
ter wat the mal ordc boon is tho-
bhone merchant." And y Uela 8abt
tea with usia npritig Tveles
whla the paper cbIomaVa


Two or three unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light house keeping. p
ply to G. thi office. 1-
Mss V. V. Williams, of Leebug, Is
visiting friends in the city.
Hon. W. M. Mclantoh, Jr. Mayor of
of the city of Tal a h a
ed Captain J. H. hofaune,
vice Mr. Wm. M. whom
Governor appointed sheri W a.
The appointment oeaam to gve general
satisfaction all around.
Mr. Fred. D Bag, of the Groover*
Stewart Drug Co.,JaakamvUll., Is eem
bini a bulnes rip to the Capitas
with &a pleasure of culating ao
among his old friends.
Mr. Pred. MeMJall, one of the old
Florida State College duate, passed
through Talahaee this week, en route
from B home n Tampa, to Vanderbilt
University.
Mr. McQuoradale, of Havana, Pla.,
is in the city netiating the purchase
of new brik-making machinery for his
kiln at Havana.
Colonel John T. Bradford reached his
home at Tallahasee much fatig
but better than his friends had hopd
to see him. His grand-daughter', _i
Ireta Bradford, met him at Jackaon-
ville and after a night's rest ma guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Groor, at
their hospitable residence In Sprineld.
Colonel Bradford and Miss Bradford
left for Tallahassee.-Jacksonville Me-
tropolis.
Mr. Will P. Byrd returned on Thurs-
day from a pleasant vacation spent in
visiting several of the great Northern
cities and the Jamestown Exposito.
Mr. GulteP. Medrd left this week
for a few weeks vapatlon to be spent in
vieiting various points of interest, in
and out of the State.
Dr. M. M. Gourley has had the great
mifrtune to loes hs fine racem horse.
"Joe Wheeler," whichhadbeen recent-
ly braght t"re to be put in winter
uart*e.r Joe Wheeler" was a fine
Kbra- racer, and had been on
tlfiellear m, and his loss Is a
X5^ ~to he doctor and his wife
vixtreme ly fond of the Intel-
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An Opportuniy by Which You May Prodt.

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

WILL IT BE YOU?

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


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to Ale Aod~lee f any $7J.00 Avg to yg ach~, povoi/ded
Me. na~ and namie Aepeon, wslhea In Ink, co-mmepond
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NOW A WORD ABOUT BUGGY
BUYING.
The sensible buyer knows that a
little judgement often saves many dol-
lars. He kpows that there a is price be-
low which a good buggy cannot be made
and sold. I have just received a ship-
ment of desirable open and top buggies
of all styles. They represent a certain
exclusiveness in quality and price not
offered generally.
HOW IS THIS FOR $55.00


The winning; number will be determined, Del., 21st, by drawing frory the stubs.
'The holder of coupon corresponding to first stub drawn will be given his choice of
any open or top $756.00 buggy in my stock. This is no fake. I am going to see
that every customer receives fair and just treatment. Some one holding these
coupons will positively get a first-class $75.00 buggy, FRELE

I think I have the most complete and most up-to-date line of pleasure and
business vehicles In this neighborhood, but I may be prejudiced. Suppose you ask
* any one who has had oocalson to buy of me. I have pleased $me mighty particu-
lar people. Why not give mee a anc at you.
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Clote Hampers,

Cocoa Mats,

Chiffoniers,

Odd Dressers,

Desks,

Baby Carriages,