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o asi will make Mm a gsoo
Sof' taee, with the Imwlb ifp
Aft^ ttof Crifornimanaad ioos.halua
he d these kind of statute op tbese
As. TO coNxITtnONA4ITY.
S "In this State," continued JudgeallU,
,', "the statute requt. ethe nproc
to be inaugerated by the pntor 'i
median. In this way it obviates the
S~-b tion of the State interfring be.
tween father and child, the objection
that Was made and sustained to the
ittteinone of tbe two States over-
: ti5ing statutes of this kind.
"*'It is also elear that the section un-.
4 e consideration doer not violate the
Sc. S titutional provision guaranteeing a
SNt droes it violate this provis-
I guarding the rights of persona to
Simmu- S unity from rimprl ent without
I /..,, d u e p o f la w .' t. j h.. ... t.
I J,- 11t thaeh F s .tt Rfe
petition for rlei"Mooftjpen ofnhe
I hab, sa corpus was o cu
ed the boy back to y ber
S iff Bowden to be turned ever to the
form scH M authorities sr directed
In the order of Jude Maxwell i
ra -vsond will be taken to Marisa
I stoin..mow rning, and turned over
to the authorities there .
No further contest will be made n
the case, and toworrow ornin .ag -
I 1 4a1d willbed b .a jeduy torU f= -
I .he queetlon thatisye..dm
I ,.. ro"antdme to time agalupt the right of
I 1a N. of n eol .nte to e f un.
Sludge s of the criminal mourte to send
,uvenileato the Florida Sttee Reform
I .Aehool on the petition of parents of the
children, and showing ot good cause. -
SThe report telgraphed from the Nprth
that Henry M. Flagler was seriously ill
has been authoratively denied and it is
Stated that Mr. Flagler isin as ood
health as usual. We are heartily glad
to hear it, and we hope that this re-
-. 'markable man may survive for many
I yeears to be marked by continued uaeful-
nes to Florida. It is the fastison for
SsomIe p OWepe ap ome m s in this
Statetto decry Mr. Fliaglr, chiefly, w4
Supreme, because he is dwry rih
S"manr and is a large stoelkhoe' la the
aI d.srd Oil Company; but if we bad a
Sfew f moroiaFlerte to launh andm rry
Through gadevopment eteriee
Sti Florida, we would beasisured ot -
Sperity and profitable wwork fore=a;
S&bousands of people in t ea futur..
which at present are more er ee eeo b
Slesmatical. Mr. Fl gler'as wk =ad.
veloping the ast Coast entitles him to
while the emnrmn bndt he has eon-
ferred upon iasebmv to the naked
eye andis not o r A tetL we uve
as us. Of e .beisApltocrat,
active In ope.m up a wiM mem. 8-
are ...... -- d_ o i tituto to
haveasnu am are Pbaly wort*
Min so soe people oin Florida than
these that are lncassatly abusing them.
-Li"e Oak Demscrat.
Kim, tremble often ends fatailre
a mch quicker
tieratand r than y words
l re orland
ood Congressmn k ark ll their
ill about om 'tety as any man we
can name lorida-or anywhepre elsent-
Coa Crkonifldent that
1 o abut as eomoletoly as any man we
can name in Florida--or anywhere else,
r for that matter. He is certainly schol-
arly in his attainments a lawyer of rare
ability, and a gentlean to the coro.
He has earned for himself a high rep-
Suation in the councils of his party and
is esteemed by his fellow members in
the House of Representatives both for
his brains and for his high sense of
Congressar Clark's nature possesses
two qualities, which taken together, are
the most distinguishing marks of a true
'ogentleman-he sincere and not afraid
to give voice to his convictions. He
lone of all the prominent politicians in
Florida had the manhood during last
year's campaign to come out oldly
against the Governor's pet scheme to
secure a constitutional amendment giv-
ing increased powers to the Board of
Internal Iprovemeet n the draining
of the verglades. Yes, he even met
Broward fa to face n the beating
platform ad attely routed the latter's
argument b y the ovrwhelsmig force of
hia logic bIsed O na thorough under-
tanding of the dtlon discussed and
comprehesive search below the surface
into it= hidden dptlow where were re-
Svealed it antagonm to what is he
most aered ina democratic form of
The Congressman, convinced aof the
righteousness of the prohibition move-
ment, has recently announced that he
Is in fkvor of at. Raving such oonvi-
tions he deemed it his duty to tell his
constituents of the fact so that no man
might ever have the opportunity to de-
clare that he was calling under false
colors for a moment of time. Puch
sensitiveness is but another proof df his
innate gentlemanliness and brings him
very close to the hearts of his fellow
Florida has conferred several honors
upon Frank Clark. He waa elected to
he State Legislature from Polk county.
and ths iis hisecond term as a Repre-
sentative in Congress. During Presi-
dent Cleveland's administration he was
appotaed United States District Attor-
ney _m the Southern District of Flori-
da nd ender very signal service In
the oisee. It go es without saying that
he es fully deserved these honors, and
that he is destined to receive many
others from a people who hold him in
such high esteem-Tampa Tribune.
Nale Marueod me d.eeiL
Hon. W. M. Holloway of Tallahas-
see. Superintendent of Publie Instruc-
tion, caled at the Democrat *Mcea
few moments yeetorday evening. He
was returnimg from erry, where be
had been attending the oen-` of the
gh School of that placU.- P P the
ehool nedmae a Arst-clm strt. re-
porN. In fact, that all the pubic o
of the State are openhi mush better
than usual, there being from ten to
1feteen per cent. uato e ante enl-
mest over the preceedteaa. TB
is a bit of news -that we ta se- e eiih
a dis of gratitude, but whun we W-
membe that our school here a Live
Oak Is not a whit behind the beet, it
is the occasion of m"eh ommnity
wide. During Mr. Holloway'a simi_.
Istratlm the schools Uuoghoq the
State have made marked advarnunent.
This Ia not surprising ashe lspssssd
of the splendid faculty of bringing
On the 20th of this month, at Wood-
vlie, the Woodmen of the World wUl
unveil the W. 0. W. monument, that
madea the ,rave of their lt brother
Woodma, I. Wateom The eueiesao
lee will take place at 10 oclmek a. in.,
me anmlmi-to take mart la the erni
A ing way ae
There win of DavUim and
Walker, M and George Wb+e
-If 1 I
Uong* ue hlowrly than twenty
months t gjte. 1 hope to sn
Thbeodore sworn in as a memw-
ber on tm I would ike to
see Wiliam f S nato. Give
these at r arou thyea ice and
then reinar. f ', H ete wither John
Sharpe WIa deal hd Edward. Wrd
know. armaknd wold clashout would be th ad
provedwit with witnow w know
A d beto' orig ua politics prtd-
pated in by Roovelt, Bryan, Camk.
Foraker, Lo&*e. Tillman, Bailey
Bev ridge andlaho a week wo0
wo re none but around these or16.
see and hear. Wht a power of now
would do Roosevelt. And ryg to
would leam at deal he doea not .tO
know. Mind would clash with o bA d
wit with wit, knowledge with knowbl
edge. The list of killed and a-ipped
would be frightful on this theiso-
where none but hard knocks count. I
would liketo seo Rooe velte ive allo
or Carmack a lesson on onitet bi
construction. I would like to hea1 Wll-
liams and Bevt s on o ll-o d mandes
of the apsou anelores of the be thmd.
ment. I would e ke hto be presetwe
Tillman and Foaker clash on the eon
stitutional right of the South to vote
the Democrat o t&ket.
"Of that st Jhn Sharpe Willia hs is
second to none in debate. Balkey la
hbe worker, at Wo an eall-round man In
a political debate John Shart e Wil-
liams is the equal of the best of them.
"John Shal Williams wa elected
to the FiftY.-d Congress and Inohas
en a mem in the the House or Repre-
sentative nide March 4th, 18Is, the
dthat Groverg i aielnd was the second
ime Inaugut_-Al Prit 14-,0 Unit-
ed States. This younl oa all vpteast.
whoas ta to the s t tatosm ship ofr
'this generation ol his Ste a stand his sea-
tion thee relation Robert J. Walker sus
heralded upon his entrance to the Capi-
tal City, and attracted small attention.
He was an aea en intelligent and
successful planter from a state whose
aricultural interest wrete e manyfold
ae its other interests and in conso.
quInce it was but natural that he should
be assigned to the committee of agri-
culture in the organization of the House.
He attended strictly te his duties in
that capacity, and lent to the delibera-
ad repet Congrm pke upiser
tion of that council board a vast
amount of practical common sense, that
was the result b f hi o personal exper-
itan tas a later and housbandman.
"rWhen he roe the first time toh Is-
drlaes the Hc use at any considerable
lenth he wao acd orled a resopeetful
Sbear and that day a won hie spurs.
The spi"e was no tervid damte on,
of the orator, and be a st an Apollo
in physical presenee,ad not e A s
in oysal beauty. Hs is not a dulcet
vo e, but on thai oe ion theWi was
methng intha he p"A h and in the man
that, chalenged attolt aned command-
d respect. Congress p ked up its ears
and before he had mnk ta quarter of
I hour it was the of Congres
t; this little man would nake his
mak, and he did. In ument he is
send frombhis political staflpoint, and
Wa language is proe0Oand ample-no
lack ofwords and nosuperfluous words.
He u an able and Accomplished debst-
oer. %e is fluent, aC his elf-posesslon
evidence the man of thought, the man
of culture, and the man of mental,
0CU" qeSdkk* t
MUM ~that nartlasoM
te- 6v T
and the Sk
upon the whole t~e~le by
theprimay eleet be best
Then te c a ine which
threaten to divide, aor tid di
integrate the part in wt
both sidespahearict gii o at
or is not hresponsibfe f oterd
hope he will say soI mla-uG But
We must hot forgot:.
1. The law Ileft so appointment to
the discretion oft ~ he hernq the te
tine that Candida fVnwrdwa rotth-
ising the people that Governor reow-
rd would respect tthe wishes of the
= people as expressed through a'W tod
tratic primary. ws tohl
w rusthe promise f wrtohold g
the question was not whether the go*
etnor would appoint one or the other
two Democrats not recommended b0
the primary, but why he did not ap-
pointthe candidate ,accepted by the
& The governor says he believes In
appointnx the candiidate nominated by
th primary provided there are n6o e-
gal or constitutinal objetions to the
appointment of such eandldate; would
the governor have us understand that
such objections existed to the appoint-
ment recommended by the primary
If so let him state the objections.
4. Nobody alleges a legal obligation
to appoint the nominee. t is merely a
aoral and pojital question. Nobody
supposes that a pmary will always sW-
lect the fittest official. Neither will it
be held that the governor will always
ke the fittest appointment. t the
law gave e ntme t the rha o the wov.
ernor and N. ." Broward was fte of
citizens who insisted that the primary
would prove the most acceptable meth-
od--emttO tan ax appomtment bygov-
ernh bett th a choice by petition
and better than a ch.pe in coavnto-
Wherefore Candidate Br 'ward promised
faithfully that Governor Broward
would be guided in his appointment by
5. The question is not why Metcalf
was preferred to Saunders or to Jones
or to Smith, but wny the governor saw
fit to violate his promise and disregard
a pledge for which the Democratic part
ty was responsible through its candi-
date. Perhaps the state primary did
dot make the wisest possible choice,
but the acceptance of that choice was
obligatory on us. Why is not the choice
of the primary obligatory on a governor
the primary has made ?- -Times-Union.
Receptlean to be Givea.
The public is cordially invited to at-
tend a reception at East Hall of the
Florida Female College for Wome-n,
given by the Thalian it6rary Society,
Saturday evening, October 5th. 1907,
from 8 to 10 p. m.
The State EncampmenLt
The State Encampments wll be held
this month, and those of our business
men who have employees belonging to
the Bloxham Rifles should arrafeiso
a to let them have the short vacation
necessary to carry a full company to
the Encampment. Our company should
show up With the best In every tispect,.
particularly so in numbers, and we
should all take a deep interest in the
success and general make-up of the
company, compo d as it is of some of
our b" young men.
Adjutant-General Foster has issued,
orders for the joint maneuvers to be
held this year between the Florida mili-
tia and the coast artillery, which will
cover ten days. from October 19th.
The organizations within the artillery
district of Tampa will rendezvous at
Fort Dade for duty and at Fort Pick-
ens for the Pensacola district. Past
experience has proven that the service
with the regulars is of profit beyond the
uti' l State krncampment, and the ar-
rangement to divide the State troops in
two bodies for this time is regarded as
a very satisfactiry departure from the
usual custom. The Adjutant-General
urges the desirability of a full attend-
ance. -. --
forget- Baby ie restless, can't sleep at
night, won't eat, cries spasmodically.
A bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge
never falls to curs. Every mother
dhould give her baby White's Cream
t~s e would bring solor to his
IdWte fd kofbtor to hiseyes. Give
in quan ties of lee
to the conmerse claMuse
tution of the United States.
"The h eight court of
having held that the actil
cense on traveling sales
orders for intoxdicating
Is within the prview of
conflict with thce Walson
Wl.rewing o. vs. CrenOb. H
Ata me~~i of the
iAugust Florida lawyes
to theom class
Fletution of the United
Blount, Pensaeola. and
Hodges Tallanasee. "
The hiheal t court of
tion for 197 intoxicating foows
J.lice. regiculkinon Chiand not a
Mr. Carithin on, the view of-*
Florida, was re-elested ito
He is president of the
Brewinghool of this it.
Colonwed R. W. Wiliems w
elActed as member of the
First Set gat KPoee of
ham Rifles, received the *o
AuguAt lorda ., lawySeptrs
Mr. F. C. Keene, let Serg.
My Dear Sergeant-Plee
yourself and the member of
iy sinrede thanks for your
gram of congratulation.
Itest assured the snt.
Blozumifnt, Penles" theola. a Wre
fall and show my aper a of
John Hitnkleyam.t. bitm
reaminck A. Wa daa.
stMr. Clarkson, the v
Floremainda, ywa re-elec most
remain4 your amat snea- .
It pays to eagp*e a
If you are to
pasnted, enage Johe n at
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A BROADCLOTH That is un-
rlual at......... .1.00.
Lt "l Leeds it this
.IPn season every
other tabrle for Tailored. Gowns
whether Severe or Elaborate
and Levy Bros. stock provides
the most Superb assortment of
Quality and Colorings you will
find In Tallahassee, for Levy
V roe. is the Dry Goods Center of
the City and you can,place abso-
lute reliance on any grade of
Broadcloth you may buy here
but we want you to test the
measure of our superiority by the
"Levy Bros. Broadcloth" at$1.00
it stands out head and sholers
above any other Broadcloth sold
at that price. Smooth losss
in finish, even in Textureoind of
excellent weight. It may be had
in a complete asurtment of
desirable street shades. '
r ~'a. ~
Largest AsfrwtmfIt of Plads
ever shown jn
PRICES MOST *
KID OLOGVE: S
colors, White, Brown, Tc
""O UNABLE .
/i ELBOW lOa VM;,
White, Black, Grey.
I / '
.f For the Rd. Star brand Skirts.
Style., quality and material is
In all Popular Shades and Materials.
Just Rece ed rtent of Shirt Waist
LAigert stork of Black and Plain Colored Taffetta
to be seen any where in Tallahassee.
excellent Assortment of Ginghamsforsoo
Dresses and Shirt
Waist Suits, also Cotton Taffetta's in Plaids and checks.
Just 10 cases Outing Flannels and Flan-
Just upeneW elets. We can please the hard to
please with these goods.
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We are showing Exceptl6nal VaWau In
Men's hAr th S
Stetson. Crawford., W. L. Douglas
)ES. SHOES. SH
For Men, and Boys.
All Styles and the Lasts in the above makes.
J. B. STETSON HATS in all the Latest Shapes
SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'S HATS-1000 Drummers
Sample Hats, worth from $2 to $8, to close .ut $1.60.
wrth fom .1
Closing Out Sale of Mattings, Rup, Druggets,
Linolieums, Window Shades, t uher Tire
Go-Carts. Prices to Suit You. ,
The Big Stdre.
$n PUONAL ITINS.
N. Evana Dentist, office
May Lott. of Havana, is
sister, Mrs. John L. N'ee
Bard., a leading merchant of
Sa the city on a visit to his
dHardee, of the Hardee-
Pauline Costa, formerly with
.org P. laney as stenfra-
wUaccepted a position with Hon.
Iubl8 Is invited to investigate
bnton Rollk Window Screen
a are greatly pleased at
tment of Captain J. H. Fenn
liee, vice W. M. Langston,
SThis appointment was made
Syetordey, and goes Into
r m of the King's
r will held Wedneeday,
k te residence of Mrs. B,
It is very important
members should be present.
for meeting is 4 o'clock, p.
oh L. Neeley will soon move
to the moond floor of the
eamer of East Monroe St.
want fresh goods In the latest
oto thehouNe that has the
and keep no Old Steck.
Mrs. P. W. WM on returned
frm the North, where
was to the mark to per.
leot goods for his store.
-m. C. lAwis returned last Mon.
iamy to tf late on.,
st i at college in Bal-
Plasatalon to Leos.
I desire to lease my 500-acre planta-
tion, located about four miles southeast
of Tallahassee for a term of years.
Contain splendid lands, suitable for all
general crops, and is well watered; ten-
ant houses, barns, etc., and has excel-
lent land for tobacco growing. Address
Mrs. B. C. Charges, Tallahassee, Fla.,
or see J. G. Collins. 21-tf
Here's a Chance f Some Hoeeyf tor
We want some one in Tallahassee to
buy Pecan Nuts and Fig Cuttings for
us this winter. There is money In this
for some man who has got some hustle
in him. Write at once for particulars
to Arcadia Nurseries.
J. H. GniARDBAU JR.,
29-4t Manager, Montieello, Fla.
Vise Hees ad Htae.
A fine carload Jut In, at bet prices.
Call and see them a got prices.
C. SH. CONMAKRaR,
27 Kempe of Stables.
Two or three unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light house keeping. Ap-
ply to G. this offieo. 81-tf
Mrs. W. H. Zeliler returned home
Yesterday after a very pleasant visit to
Mr. A. E. Tully returned home Tuwe-
day after a two weeks outing at the
Ths is the weather for Rain Costs,
Umbr"l aad Overshoes. Go to Burns
A Co. forthem. They carry a large
stoek. and prioes right. a.
The pubI s n invited to investigate
the Wort~~tonRoler Window Screen
at J. W. Coett' '?27
The GOmo& 4 Davis Company have
a nae durale cement pave-
met Oe rth aide of e county
Tired o worn outb ta v
him, ersss byhavev u fouiae i
at the hav for to begins
br Ihalte sad hhlirm.
Th KWM Yu Ha V Alwajs hq
signature of ,e i
Cofertable Reeos to aent,
With or without board, convenient to
bath. No children taken. Apply to
2-tf MIe SALUMI LAKU.
Lady Help Wanted.
One who can ma=ag candy, fruit
and cigarta sta nd a n ok after small
store. Apply at this ofce. 81-2t
J. E. Theus wishes to remind his
many friends and patron that he still
carries an up-to-dat Una in house fur-
The public is invited to investigate
the Worthington Roller Window Screen
at J. W. Corbett's. 27
Before purchasing your horse, call
and see my stock a alo e t Just having
oome in. P. L. HoustVN.
They are worn more than ever and
P. T. Nicholson has beaties,
What are worn? Wly,_rsleta, or,
as they are now knowI Desroa Deco.
ratiom for Decolletto, Omaam 81-8
Foan RNT I A nee fMishd room
for married couple. C"e up tow and
convenient. Address P. O. Bot 172.
Installation of Senior ldJ
worth League officers 7
m o a rally e U.
A Word About
We are compounding more and more each week. Many
people have found that here they can always get just
what the prseription calls for, Just at the time we prom-
ise, and that the price is reasonable. All druggists use
pure drugs, but we g" further, and use pure drugs of the
best quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be the
purest of their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.
R. W. obb, Drua go.
BaMt aide of Monroe St.
DoWt HMVe VOW Colt Work
I AN TE 1iC4TfMAN
I helM themundera
Qumait.., have bui
W. Hi. Adkluason.,
bo ft, ft
i-^ a. *
C *' ,i
po 6V 16s.
-mi~mp Ir2 we ar-
w ay t1 etfo will en-
deavor to rIin a a beuM way
as a me.dn. f getting ev with a pa-
Per that 6" daMd to stud for theop-
ttim win as firm a way as I Mar.
On the other hand, it is a fact be-
ycd eavil, that experlemei has shown
t Sat a aper calo6k for little reward
from te emprme foreem, matter
which way the verdict it rnred, and
Editor Ma es knew all this and kew it
well thefrefore the more honor is due
him for his manly sand fot the right.-
Occasional headache belhing, bad
taste in the mouth, laok 4f appetite and
work of d Ut 1 toM food you
WI do th. Kodolwil ace
od do you good and will enable
enoy what you et. Sold ball
eoomy to hirm a good work.
hlen for peati, olomning sad
hanging. fmt Jon I. SLiener.
Jeff. D. srrell,
WHEEL WHRIOT O ACSMITH.1
General B Shop.
Horse Seo b an ex-
pert who has had years
of- experience. .
a portion of the pablie
patronage sI *oleiltoe
and satisfaetUOl uaraW.
Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
,If you become totally disabled
ompay pays your parium
are not deducted from face of
CA LWtNS IN TWO YEARS.
THE BESm INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.
Ntgl our word for it,
but let ove it to you.
INSURE YOUR LIFB, ALSO YOUB WIFE.
A L'S tTMO rwA r A 'L**V
AUJINT' VYWAiNTED -
IRA SANBORGeneAent, Centrl*'
IASANBORN, GeneraI- Agent, Central ~orlda.
THE DUVAL HO-US.
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Owing to the situation near the junction dt t
St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers and within l7' '
miles of the Gulf of Mexico makes it an idd "
resort for the sportsman and pleasure seeker.
Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had. Guides for
PFihing and Hunting parties furnished.
Convenient to all the Gulf Spring.L
t'*O Commereial Company, quin-
' Floridath. W. N. Mattox, president
,. L. Stherland secretary. Capital
stock 10,000. Fifed Sept 27. 1907.
Leter to Seargeat iuas.
TAs i. Amis FILA.
ear Sir: Here is a tale with a point
it Flurkida i the hardest state in the
Se for paint
i, oere & Davis Co., Tallahassee,
'Peida. think they know what paint
doin their climate; they've been
seyay De wvo ears 10 year-
s oare: "BuildIfsawe painted
15 weas ago are in good condi-
I oalso say lead-and-oll wears only
r there; Devoe 10 1rear *
T;" e years is a long lifetime for paint
o ida; longer than 20 in Maine. e
Vd't da saay that either Is true of a
t& se Sieral te; but there
f we odki call the cost of Devoe in
mide half of the umual cost of paint,
would be too mach; we ppoe t's
out one-tird; ter is mo h treh
we-the costfest paint i the worst,
a .e worst i the costliest every.
F Dwo & Co
&-Glowe &Davis Co. nib.ow
l asNsod Peflme
e harder the wd knock the tr-
t t tho metal of true manhood.
imaw admd beat 7 Some of
tq py tricks that ndite Umthey
do.tat aowhtbIs ahemable
I---- f ow It b your hat
It. habitaU r Cople
f te*e real thkug at
V tnopra hlm .-theew
The "la-EzyT Mattress.
Made of 4b lbs. of pure cotton
felt in layer Hke cut-High
Grade _"Tckfn-French Ro ll
dfgi-Imperial f 8titched-Guar-
anteed in every way the equal of
the "Ostermor" or any other
F5.00 felt mattress, you to be
Orde one to-day, Bleep on it
thirty night, and then if you're
not absolutely satisfied your mon-
ey will be immediately refunded
without question or quibble.
ONLY $10.00 FREIGHT PREPAID
4 y"w w w'o, W .4t
IfeW" O bob smveha* es fta
Wst *10 oft ilinle "~C
Fancy Work Material a Specialty
Heavy ad Particular Iaultl a
G. H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD, and YARD
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plow. Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
Stret Oprinklerl and Graders, same
built and operated by him before set-
tld for. See him for further particu-
lars or address P. O. Box 285 Tallahas-
Choice Fresh IBread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
H. RANDOLPH & S4
J. W. COLLINS & CO.
flts' e sesat Health Rsen ad
w S feef s ecreMa
r. A ~A. Railroad selb round
to sop ppyat especally
ft"who want mj*
%:1tdwi" be fom4 amp-e sW-
W. DUVAL, Manager,
Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RALIEGH, RICE
MOND, WASHINrON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPME 1
THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Ag
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agen
GEO. H. HOLM
Undertaker and Funeral
Day or NIght.
Phone No. W
R. G. FP RRRBL Ls
(Succassor to A T. Re set)
DBALBR l Kindsi of Fresh Meats.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your oders.
F uggAMA NEXIgI
Rlagn'lp'Phoae No. 283.
YourB re.kfast, Dinner and Siip a Suocem when (
Meots fuomy. Stall.
3S PA S
j i -.
. ..-* ,i? * '< "-?.*'
1 -vw w
I una ~e.
lbs ~s. s as @ai modftwuuf
S Man Is prone to selshness, so
th to bve for himself alone, and I
S s isolation he too often has but liltt
sympathy with his fellow man."
Big People aswelH as Little Oni
| hould pay their honet debts, who
they are getting good salary and hay
Sthe wherewithal to do itwth. Yet som
ve ry big onassInthnek of thewood
wee asredited with beis ve barlem
S low and looe along that Me.
Query ?ueofi very v
sable time does the Gov~ern of HrW
d put ain at theeesutiWe T m
Sto a that the papers aM always
leing the B factthat he lsat N th
poisonn a som kd dW
SIteee the m ld Imp dl t tw
sq"falbwhilehe iseoMftba Siet
State Senator W. L Jam,
District, has reIgeda Senator and I
a eaddate fo trte lroad ommlsO
osee r, maktg at t sure _" i
bdw at tws C. Duar
lef 0 gUlo and SeMatr Jaksoens
If Mr. t an os in thoe ube tomna
S tme e wtrolmbably be two of them
bt i tosh baesftn heslgm
w Ce.m.nasior I time for the prtma-
VI.es, theOre wilM be only one of theComa
mi: i e rto del .
J ea. Jauis lhma nowas snoa w hie
Sthehasee fteeds al last week ad hb
we a bowiag them o en very strag
I Wers of adorieIeaetof his oandldies
Svtued ofrh friend ib all netionsolf
o lkft l M of whh wee very e
e eaglag to h nmain hs madldy fo a
S abeWaMip on the Railroad Commis
a"l. Many good wshes were expresed
amd promises of strong support come
with each. Jue says he stands flat-
Sfeted on the platform he has had pub-
shed, and that his prospects grow
brighter each week.
Now does It not jar one and grate
A, terribly on the nerves too these troub-
lesome days to see how some very little
pea-nut politicians are putting it public
that the people, their friends, are on-
Scouraging them to come out and an-
nounce for high State offices Many
two-by-four or half-raters of the preo-
s eat day pea-nut kind, Imagine they are
competent and that there will be some
!. more accidents happen in electing that
kind. Twice two often will be enough,
and the general opinion among thinking
lordlans is that the right kind andi
the very best will be elected next time.
S Most newspapers in Florida now
stand out uncompromisingly for prohi.
r bition, temperance and good morals in
the counties in which they are pub-
lished. It ia encouraging, commend-
able, respectable,J and it is right, and
the very beet results are daily coming
from the work they are doing, even if
a county does occasionally go wet. The
sentiment continues to grow, and noon
the Southland will be the, month temper-
ate, religious and moral of nll sections.
. Before many years the whiskey traffic
wit! tb driven from our whole country.
Mand mnayl,' ironi our country in its plrem.
ent lice.it formn.
The Key Wet ('itivn l i corI' na p('int
Son tha (ouvrinr'is. fulth in i ituiry el'c.-
tions, aB follows: It i, 'ti that G(ovY
erno' r Broward will be1 a iiduldnat, for
SUnitbd Stntes Senatr in the' next pra-
mary, lluow can he t'cx 1'ot thi l,, isla-
tr, to be govern'isl ily the iprnnry
B. when he has just ignored the will of the
c.Peopleof DPiule county y allintini
K $l1e man who received the snmallest nunm-
bar of votes of the three candidates
running? If he should succeed in s.-
String a majority in the primary he
ould feel outraged if the legislature
eaould ehst one of his opponent. "-
He has set the precedent, and of course
w would have to grin and bear it, e
I the other el.lw just now.
^^^^^^^^-^ a^'f~ ^^ ^^^^W
Athe i4 a I W
fm the aholseW al~ka^ eA wI
go- ato Nmo -1a and #.a oss e
ofboIb-thatatsTs psa Wee** teI
be IM atV eta k. g s no w i
de time tfroeaoto b mto ttal
andplfet tI Les s a ms ake a
th& w;me *MWod to m a sage
i theltoteadsoe mty a thei St
ea more affed to be thee anpe
hape. The 9tote has p opt.
fonds tohelmp ake the fair agr m
meesm, aad the ey way we m n b
beoneted by It Is to o,busy and re
our foll share of the*t by show
iag Lesw county up toj f"a momm
d properly there. t famtay W xezs
tor = exhibit will sww, rsoet's ge
at It in earnet, thus early, ad adva
tse to the world what a grN e ol
county we have and live I, ad wlha
can be done bee. 8ow up the beau.
ties, fertility, h althfhngs, os., wha
can be done In stk ralsing, dlryting
tobacco growlag, the "cops, hay-sak
nlg, eigar mandating, and along a.
lines. Lot each sid who can begin
preparatIons for a personal exhibit sad
then pick out somegod poern to work
up a county exhibit, put hi motion memas
oresa for securing asemiry funds to
carry the move for ehlbits to complete
ssMess. County pride should stir ua
all upto action. Let's make Leon the
bestof them all this time, we can easily
T3NEiRANCi AND GOOD MORALS.
It is Indeed pleasing and gratifying
to Floridians that our Governor always
stands out for good civic morals, and
agalst the whiskey business th its
nmberless and countless evils, and we
al respect and admire him for it, even
though we feel called upon at time to
Writicise his official actions along other
UeN. Of a splendid speech at Passecols
last Friday night, the following was
Governor Napoleom B. Broward sud-
denly pmr ". into t m toum fight
Ite hit niLht, an do ed oneof
to mt to n ades to be heard
r ws metonly astr one
idr aM A to be told why he
to gobof qur, ando
Sdola- W"ent lto tho he r of his
Ma fa, and made states which
MUIE o hoars. p of these
t4Amt wa to th oet that after
ho wv war wh he was a mere
eath, his fathr returned home from
hear and beng unableto cope with
sww urrnounadWi took to drink, and
sfterwa rdd o paeumonin contracted
hiledriakingexoessively. His mother,
roke erte, commit ted icide by
hootnc herself, using a shotgun a a
eaton. The were is reasons, when
1 year of age, for taking a pledge to
o his utmost to drive saloons and liquor
rom the State of Florida. The audi-
nee, which had been applauding the
marks of the speaker frequently,
when thee remarks were made, be-
ame suddenly quiet, and it seemed a
hough a pall had been thrown over the
memblage. The ruin which had been
brought In the family of the Governor
y liquor, and which had been disclosed
y him, caused a sensation, and when
he Governor left the platform he was
greeted with hand-shakes by the im-
nense concourse that had heard the
Ex-Gov. Wm. D. Bloxham is married
aain. No man in the entire State is
o popular as he and all of us rejoice in
IN happiness. Men like Bloxham are
ew and far between in any State and
he 4tar hope for him to live for many
ears yet to be loved ad honored by
II l ordlans.- Dade City Star,
El~et him Governor again, and he will
oon have things regulated and working
smoothly and economically, harmoni.-
asly and profitably, natisfactorily and
lovingly, and with-all dignifiedly and
vtth full fairness to every living Florid-
an as he has done on too occasions as
governor, and helped other Good Gov-
mornor do on Boards and a a member
f their cabinets, beginning hi. useful
nd valuable work in harncis with (;.v-
l'.vrvthint has n4t gone up in prier.
In pily. ,ircus tickets, watrmwlina
el 'corn theli chl are still wvittini
hillh ill thll t uir ai ,n< i Sill. ,.
May be true. young fellow, but the
corn ni the t' c b nid watermeloiu spalon
is quite h long d(istnes, otr just now,
and ciireus thown do tnot \ silt us Florid.
innai vr-v often, which i (oodL. RItaor.
bmck hog meat and houtiny hvlooks ood -
is gcood. h4,wever, and the Floridian
who has plenty of it, of his own, is the
fellow now days who makes the most
genuine and pleasant smile. and Leon
does have some of them who are in the
Governor Broward and family moved
into the Mansion this week, but the
slow coming in of the new franliture
wid retard their getting ateq tre
Vow-time p". Ye? .d4 i
te that ..e, .le "..
* majority. Whie
1 ew defeated;'th i-
I encouraged ispd 1 a
I elrl f$ the whiskey veto des at
" a. ether county that tempieree
p am do beet interests wil wet win osv
* wi agatlyin the nextcotetwhP
* oi-Itomue, and so ay it be.
l The tmperance people, On Monday,
S Mild Wi ood old Putnam by alar oma
* Jeft' aMd the prospect for vitury
I leksa od In Marion,Orande, DadOand
t other ed otes, while a strongfight wi
* be made to win in Duval and Hllbo-
Srou eountie. There are nowt t only t 12
Set in the State, and that tis
* full domen more than there hAould be.
L UCENSE TAX9S DW3.
I Allbtousiness, and professional ie.e
States were due and payable Tuesday,
SOctober t. The Tax Coectfor vare
Sreadys ad anxious to issue the and
I every one who ile now dont 4t wles
I without having secured same lay them-
Slve to viable and can be arrested adi
punished, and additional cost added
Our Colectors, both county and city,
are lenient and patient, however, and 1
, wet oas in home overlapte, th ime for a
few days, as they can squeese through,
but request this newspaper to notify
all that their licenses muat ahere l be taken
out dar wer the month of Otoble a, or
legal steps will be taken before the
AfMt of November. They will hae to
make fMal report at that time and
all who are without their lcense mam
hae oly d themselves to blauem, and ot
without have to abidthe e a tm-.
Whelv tht old war hoe, anad o e of
Florida' be, and admot hiol yrepeted
eltOur o ee who ha served faithfully,
ad well ad patient, law-eaker, ad
tatem, speak overlap i full time for a
reklessw pliticihey ans to eed the wart
but. He mys a the expe tent news.-
all tbet teditr the Bnsartow Courler t .
frmant: 40 a
"It d hard to tell whether or not
Governor reward will call have tora
session of the looislature. It seems
lke &.piece of folly to do so, as the ex- I
traordinry =me e of that body are
liableto get bakrt there ad do moe and
dam whoe withoan When the 1f1a1-
ture nadjo Pthem people almost with
one accord cried ank God" We I
hae now ape with barely or lives.
Let us not old wardi oursafety a gain.d
or God' sake let us f keep those fel-
low out of Taboahady e.
C t. Whe the
Ompd r wsoneak U t
8 losad e09the g aple
pary W ne pat Mdswr
aileaft rlis es
0ty, white N andeolred, beas,
it aretad thelae IpIWseesn abroad
that we wea at le i loansympaty with
my erow thOt weas bid tlbm a
disorder, and that omn i beh
stood r Maw atall thmsto ates t
prune andpld the majesty of ea
lawagainst m kinad of a mob, mli
particularly so against a"y one tMhat
would dare come into Tllasese kam
Mthe ate, or county, and we ata.
ate It and standby very weed ofrl
cdm we made at that time, because we
we re eight in it.
You May rest ssured, Mr. ditor of
the News, the Trnh Danrat didw t
have a personal hand la the ummaMtoi
or making of our new dshe vRmy
aspirant for the position bad too mnb
good sese to submit oar aing Gov
raor Broward for ay favors, lace the
wotdr of this DneoWPe T hasneer
gentleman. We us'est Gov. BrewOad
dos amy citizen the ust acts that e
do and we stand rea t at all tim e
to Momnod hiafor su acts. In l ak.
ing thm appolaet of a new sheriff
ftrs s ty, he t astiod hAis uial
appoted good nd capable anto
tb podon, sad reward a faithful
ielai who, as Ch ide f Patb of tweo
mot ingdmatoe a nh ighe and bette pay.
ng position. His action giving wa
most nu~an(me s atisfaction, and the
True Dainocrat commended and con-
gratulated him upon it,'as It always will
do, when he ete for the best interest,
and j not uad.by political, scheming
trick ad weho m almost always using
nfinuence that get him into positions
hat are complicated and embarrassing.
The editor of this newspaper has no
personal venom within his make up for
the governor, sad yet he does feel cal-
The True Dedoerat extends deepest led upon to criticile him when he allows
sympathy to Sam. B. Russ, one of Flor. himself to be drawn into positions that
idea's brightest and best all round news are open to criticism. No newspaper in
paper writers, In his sore affliction, in this State sympathizes. more with him
the loss of his only brother knd near than does this, even after the evil in-
relative. by drowning last week. The fluences have pulled him into the stream
Times-Union says: beyond the danger line, and he has to
"S. H Ru. wne of the best-known swim to keep his head up against the
journalist in Florida, ha met with an just kicks that are so often heaped up-
affliction that will call forth the symps- on him for usurpation of power, defi-
thy of the pres throughout the State.
Hof only brother FP. E. Russ. of St. dance f precedents, etc., a desire to hit
Lu,'ie. was fod drowned in Indian at his opponents and to get even for
rivir, last Wededay evening. He had some imagined wrong against any one
evidently fall t of his launch n an who dares to oppose his plans a
attack of heartdissmm. It Issuppo hed
his death occurred about midnigt of schemes.
the Sunday perou. The affection be- We do thank him again for giving
tween the brother was very strong. Leon county a good sheriff, and doing
The shock of the news is exceeding it 6 promptly, and so do many other
severe to the oat lavmag brother, ho ea citizens of M eoncounty, and If he a.-
and dear to I he Only thof ne who havear ways ated as farly and justly in such
passed Ihrofh onxperitence wexoavl matters, people all over the stateof
passed ro h experience exactly Florida would think tter of him, too.
similar can uoll sympathize with a o
grief so ldoep as h a, or appreciate the On the frat, The Lakeland Sun went
after tnt be aviner thisani ever. Fr into the hands of the proprietors of the
S11m i-,o never married and is now the iaketand News, and hereafter The San
s m.tviving representative of his im- will not be pbahed, the News man-
,rnll,.. t, ,nyi..... agement carryv g out all Sun eontracti.
Fral", (C'lrk pleads for prohibition Somator Park Trammell, who was own-
nhi,.., eloquently as he does for er and editor of the Sun has a large and
rigbt-. ,,nd JUat cause, and a large wishes him a full menaur of suocee it
mai. rit F'loddlaws will honor him for it, and comgraatulate diltor Hethering-
ittwhtnil, hastopleadagainforanotfic !ton upon the conaolidation& ad the
Frank. lark as all right, and the bright prospects for his which
beauty aioit it s, -too, he comes outnow l be in that
optenly 1n, all these t questions of Tampa Times:-Yoombayhvean idea
interest to hie pespMip and then he al. that meoOneanmbuy thing. A tonof
ways has tbakbcelMa ad anhood enough it caa't prcws the i ai ce of puse
to fight for whathe sc.ee and knows to friendship aor so uc real happiness
berilht! Olh) hetw had more Frank a you couM dip p on the point of a
Clarks in FlorI k penknife. Mony Is aM right but there
4 --*- are ay et ea t the heage tge of Mea
DeWitt'e a". Rartrenm which GuO AWIt 0d" feW
good for any T he set i
ank aitsee^- S\hU k^^.AZZ 'Z^^cS
fooled by' these socalled reasonss'
are given out as making it ness
Everyone aee the diagnhao
puffed out to befuddle theub
Apart front the oost of the thi
fury, fu and fnumitg to wMehitt
would be most dstasteto l-i
oete nauseatin. Let the ovr
end officials at the capital be b
be men, ..nd endre the agony of
solve to be friend of tie people in t
capacit of a vigilant pak of wa '
dog of the treasury.-Tampa Tribul.
A Nest Werthy Auile .
When an article has been o the marj
ket for years and gained friends every
yer. it issafe to call this medicine a
wortyone, Suchis Ball t'rt Hoee.
hound Syrup. It positVely curese .
and all Pulmoary diseases. a
the best known merchats Iin ole.
Ala., s : "For .Ave yesar n at S
ha not troubled with the w
coughswe owe this to Ballard's H-e
houiSyrup. I know that it aved my
children from many sek spels." o '
by Hrde-Smlth o. Go .
We ae In receipt of the October.4
number of Joel Chandler Harris' "UUn-
cle Remus Magazine," published in At*
plants, Ga. It is a Southern productle
of the greatest merit, and 14 the ip4
equal of like monthly magazines pub
listed anywhere in America. The
is only $1.00 a year, and each nnbe
of it ges better.,
A DaredevU Ite Ri3
often nda in a sad accident. Tol-
ackidental inriees,. uw B ekla*
toI" fot mt enor se t u 1
iti Pop of the State of
'ebe eif any man in the
la bn Govrnor,
W esim would have been
tate owes this money to
Mhtuy per cent. of the people
m aadwill always# feel likehe
Sre a great many a people who
attacks ^of indigeston and
I earey all the time. Their
satisfy the appetite, but it
Vork it is supposed to do. It can't
the food you- eat. The stomach
be given help. You ought to
something that will do the work
stomach can't do. Kodol For In-
ti and Dyspesa, a combination
tura i ents and vegetable
digests the food itself and gives
and health to the stomach.
enut to take. Sold by all drug-
W lndergarten Scwwls Open
TheKindergarten Schools, both in the
.4orimal Department of the State Col-
leg, for Women and at the Leon Acad-
opened on Monday morning at 9
a^ 9' k., ..
.' he College Kindergarten Is under
gMhe direction of Miss Anna Chaires,
whose successful career as a teacher of
the little ones is too well known to need
more than passing mention. Miss
Chaires held this position at DeFuniak
SSprings when the Normal Schools were
situated at that place, and when the
General upheaval came two years ago,
she was appointed to the same work in
the College here. Five young ladies
are in Miss Chaires' class of instruction,
S oe of whom will graduate at the end
of the present session. This is Miss
America Pillans, of Chipley. One of
the remaining four, Miss Caroline Wal-
den, is a daughter of the President of
SPalmer College, and a graduate of Lucy
SCobb Institute, at Athens, Ga. The
others are Misses Ollie Townsend, of
K Lake Butler, Mae Bell McRae, of Quin-
cy, and Nannie Chaires, of Tallahas-
S Twenty-five pupils are enrolled, which
is as many as the apartment willconve-
niently acccommodate. But for this
lack of space the number would have
been larger, as application after appli-
cation has of necessity been denied.
The room used apart from its size, is
an ideal one for the purpose, be well
ventilated and well lighted. Large
*4. windows open out upon' a beautiful
S view of hill and vale, dotted here and
there with stretches of woods. The air
Is fragrant with a reisonous odor from
the surrounding grove of pines, and the
S- somewhat isolated position gives the
children plenty of playground away
from any outside interruptions or re-
Inside the walls are painted a rich
cream which blends harmoniously with
the dull green of thee woodwork. A
handle upright piano stands in a
S convenient corner anid several good pic-
tures heang en t walls. Of theselat,
S two are n s worthy mention.
Onu is a a copy o Bodenhan-
sere famous psating, and the other,
that beautiful pte b which the ar-
., tht d esnrtad Ut HIs i th Msesliah's
*Rewof Peaceso beautiM described
S fIn the 11th of .hese
y e mumlass Kj !uepj of thsyear
0,*9 n a m
I 1 we' of equtpm e t ,mm : : atra
c^ g g pe
|/>'<-.prtfta~bii~eloK Me fQ
ell's musician for the time being, in
(teoe of Mr Eiusabewthatum whi haI
not returned ftonm her summer outing.
Bwfo rindg of i1 tiye om the viru-
oet poia e *f uimftwd food, C. G.
of dal a. took Dr.
e Noew I tse l "with the re-
atl Ihe writes, "that I was cured."
Al snosch and bowel disorder s give
way to their tonic, laxative properties.
25 cents at all druggists, guaranteed..
Clessin sad Preessi g.
My etantaM and pressing business ts
now carded on in the up-stair-n part of
the Conitantine building, nealy oppo-
site the express ofce. Alq sample
lines of fine tailorina "made-to-measure
garments for menW on display.
4-tf W. H. FRzELAND.
Drop a postal card addressed to John
R. Spencer, Bok 286, and you can get
the best painter and paper-hanger in
the city. 3-3t
' eatnd $1.00 g.
re TeM @iNg
If so, come and mse of kiln
drie4 lumber before your
supplies. WO can Money.
Child Brcl.._ 11tf
Muresco-Mureeco, tbhe W all fin-
ish, old walls made good adtr in all
colors by John E. Spe nr. 88-3t
MY FARM JUST WEST OF
THE CITY LIMITS. .
Adapted to Tobacco, lry,
Tro or Poultry.
Well-wooded, City Water, Telephone.
Convenient to Depots sad Sools.
About 12 acres in relaimed pod, ex-
cellent for Celery.
Comfortable five-room House, newly
A. L. WOODWARD,
House for Sale.
Opposite Leon Hotel.
Apply to Julius Diamond. 25-2
The ASSORTMENT and moe the PRICE
Single Wagons. Steel or Skein Axies
,9 [,Light Two Horse, either ax*e $440) to
.- .. ...... 40.00
Reg. Two Horse, ..... 50.00
imbrWago -------.$18.00 to 50.00
BU I~ES.olt fof sigtt
Both PONV ad REGULAR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached Id mi Complainta.
Customers from Amsterdam, Ca., to
Florida coast and numbeed' by hun-
dreds. And they are still coming as
before one is out of sight another is
FINALLY-If we fail to please we
Recommend other DOrs lthe city
TULLY & YAEGER CO.
OOT wAac OlttO
.er 3 mthe
Child Bros. Building and Lumber i
Contracotrs and Builders.
-A. Specialty of-Kiln Dried Lumber *
all kinds. -
Mill Work--Manufacturers of all kinds of rough andC>
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch k
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments ,
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick, .
Lime and Cement for sale.
All orders will rec< ve prompt attention. We guarantee :
our work to be first class in every particular. Prices
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard :on
on lot south of county jail.
Tallahassee Hardware Company.
Centrally located'near Capitol
and everything the best. .
RA T ES $1.00oo PER DAY.
50 per cwnt, of your Shoe o M by bev
A. R. S. TWINF.
Repair your Boot and Shoes. First Clm Work. Sat l7action amwnnteed.
Also we have.in manmetion with my ahoe busine's the s'
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
C D, and Pressing. _srat-Clas Workmen do this work. Your old
l W I or little ney Pirt-Class Tailor Repair and Mae. Clothes
S I Piams Ha. CleaneCmd sadw Made New. No fake.
H-v ? t- -h* $7%
Seaboard Air Line,
P. O. BOX 4.
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John B. Stetson University .
FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.
DE LAND, FLA.
Affiliated With the University of Chimco
COLLKGE Of LIBIRAL ARTS. The .tmndsardi. are thew of the University of
Chicaro. Hlaetmon'i Kgradaatim r.,eive their delrK s from both Steton and CLlicag.
See the Chicao and StB4ton ,atalaiuro.
COLLJGZ Or LAW.- i4rwIuaet, of this Colloue are admitted to practice law In
Florida without examinationkm.
COLL1GS Of TUCMOLOGY Ar AND OOL OF NCIAINC ARTS. Mechani-
cal. Civil. Electrical Enoinrring and Manual Training courw leading to detirrvi
Fine new truildlng, r.ju4J a
method. Shorthanl and Typwwntingr. FJlective course olen in uther Depart-
mentm. larwr" Faculty and nnmmdknum Ibuildlng.
PriPARATORT CADINT. graduatess prepared to enter iHarmal, Yale.
Prinretun. Curnell, Michiman. Chicago and all first-elmai Codlewi .
MOimAL AnM NOeL sNOOL. I. Kindorrarten in Its own buUdinrg. 2. I'll-
mary and Ohranar Sfhuol in smperast building. Thobm ehuolm e specially prepare
Public School Teachers.
NMVIC SCROOL. A 810(00.000 pip neoran. a dozen pianos. m, .rate buldling.
large faculty, thorvugh course of aludy.
ART HIIOOL.-- Nw tudlio. Costly Ue model., etc.
Htftaom ha a faculty of 41 profmir and idnstuctom They hold degre from
the 11V" ity of C('h,'am. larard a.Yale. Iarmouth. Columbia. T .rnto. Wake IFur
et. 1oahviil iu, Pkmwdin. Utrecht. Buknell. UIalivabty of Miehigan. tnnl-n and
otber UnivwerstieT. Them awe over 111M..00 In buldnl and equipment; early a
quart million dollar ondeaowe t; an endum liebraryOf rse I&UO voluWis. a beau-
tiful chapel witheustly turnishings, iaenludinm tanmd gitasm witdows. 7ol pa sinUn .
a <100 ,
11lf. rewinw and other aports ;seperatketMuila fee men ad mwamin ten la A-
orsatoria for (hemistry. Physie. Bafitee MiaMeris&y ad Bialeay; arvna h o
muam sd ,wop; bowioetrSle lghta.e. iterabl. ast sm heat. ceanent walk. sae
noaa. broad av.muim. ftieios eampul.shrubbery mad tra mewial literary, mussl
and other studets' rluha; star teture moure; Christian and not sectarian teacmhia,
The lusation i- beautiful and healthful, agid the eapenIea am low..
SI es*taowruem. ews. folders and Intfrmation. addrem the reikonet.'
UNOLIHULLEY. Ph.D. ULitt.D., LLD.
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Iisf 2 wort n d yto b.yw, ee -yW sin WINa i m i iA y a S W om utd by.
mid, A mkiAM t
WerpayS pewthr 4 w lnenhall Ihfrwresemim
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STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEI, FLA.
W. C. LEWVi, PRESIDENT.
G. to LLEWIS, VIcs.PerUsit.
B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHIERZl
S;ecre a Ged Peoaltem.
Mr. Thomas J. Prns has resigned
S his portion u srelfRent of the S. A.
L mod acceiptd th-oet of manager of
the Poeta To and Cable Coin-
S ny, with h rters in Albany,
Ga. This tcoom to be congratu-
lated upon .hiw ng secured the services
of so able manager as Mr. Perk n
ls e an exle telegra(hor and account-
anta. ta an whose word in as good
Mr. in.h Wam born ITallahassee,
Sa son of the late Thomas .1. Per-
kMr, ,and ha. lived the greater
ofhia e here, and hi1 friends
l be loth to have him select some
I city for his permanent reheoidnc(,
h, of course, they will be glad to
Vov him prosper wherever he goes.
ija. Pekiln will go with her husband,
O 4elr two children will be separatWd
than during the next school term.
i Hattie, who graduated from the
K srwt University at Chattanooga,
oaTh., alot year, will teach this year in
the Dermott Iligh Hchxl as an saistant
Principal; and her brother, Shunnon,
S will enter Grant for another term
These young people arc great favorite
in I Tallahassee, and are much mi,.ed by
Their friends here.
Mothers need have no hesitancy in
continuing to give Chamberlain's Cough
R: emedy to their little ones, as it con-
tainas absolutely nothing Injurious.
This remedy is not only perfectly safe
S to ve small children, but in a medi-
nle of great worth and merit. It has
a world-wide reputation for its cures of
coughs, colds and croup and can always
be rolled upon. For sale by all drug-
1e taults of Itravagamce.
The Ocals Banner in a recent Issue
Wanted the following pertinent and iRig-
ittcant letter from W. W. ( Clyatt,
S ih th Tribune thinks Is worth care-
fl poemal aod conasideration. Florida
ada a constant strict economy in
Ite government expenses. but Mr.
Cyatt'a letter shows so enormous an
nreae In the State'm tax rate that it
s very plain that continued extrava-
* Mance will ,1d and that speedily, to
salous its. This sl what the Ban-
nerms correspondent has to may:
"In a recent Issue you commented on
Sa speech of Governor Beckman of Ken-
K tuy, wherein he claimed that the
Btate debt had been paid off, and the
tax rate lowered and asked if Governor
tUoward could make auch a showing at
Sndthmd of his adminiatratlon. If you
l reverne the propoItlion, Governor
ard can hold is own probably
agaieast every State In the Union. He
1 n uhow what prores we have made
=i the fne art of nation during the
Spat twenty years. He can show an
Iereas ein the State tax rate of 871
ss' cent., and the county rate of Ma.
county increased 175 per cent,
Te tax-payers of Marion county, while
are poorer by over two hundred
md dollars than in 1888,
d upon to pay more tha n sixty
dollars in taxes above what
there is a State aIn the Union that
paoe with u in the matter ef
I would liketo know it. If,
we do nothold the champion-
pw, Jst give us time to endure
ir two Wmore seasons of the legisla-
a10d m we cam chalklenge the
".am a Tribune.
will be well to remotber, also, that
Icreaseham ly oome about too.
P. 0. BOX 210.
J. M. SAULS
General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.
Contracts for work In the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines
Tip-Top Contracts for Live Men.
Renewal Commission Paid.
Address CECIL WILLCOX, Manager,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.
of New York.
A Cup of White House or ile
Neca and Java CoS* ;
is what goes straight to the heari
every man at breakfast time, and
one kpows that only good grocers
good coffee. We take special pride
our brands, as they have made
store famous. Just as good as the'
fee we sell are teas, which prls t
holds good throughout our entire a
We sell nothing but the beat of fo i
product-tho we have h tested oM-
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLUNs, Grocer.
Electric Lights and Power.
The City Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to supply an unlimited number of new cus-
tomers, and as the plant belongs to the citi-
zens of Tallahassee and must be supported by
the revenue from its business or from taxes
/ levied on the property of every taxpayer in
the city, it is to their interest to patronize the
Electric Light Plant. Rates are reasonable,
and the best of service will be given. 'It is
.. the purpose of the Managers . .
To Put On Day Se
To Put On Day Service
as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P.
0. BOX 472. .
'" ir.~ "'y-ir own gatisfacti'oam at
r%,#..tcr 'will save monfy,
n11don'twant l@,'eal Us
Vntin just a lew
fiarvtoatcr U11car driven
t Par~tical .ePe~tcr.
~to skim down to the
*VhcJ2 you sepeamte
No s rarest wassnd
14f&. in the @NO'
f-3 t~keep c1ema
a L:a Ki~its the
For SA~t B
GILMORLE & DAVIS CO., Inc.
City Electric Light Plant.
W., Dpp Pa torhis
NUT! voo TO BRARY.
j. w., DRMILLY,
ft" 4Abe Db
A-" --~.A -- --
Ut MR .........sm asw
'Joe, to ,m
September W. M. __
Tbm Th. -b b"'fit ~a. bifiIft I. soboft thrtme
hid Asnv* baMd a 146ty Nok boiler In the world
eme Sa~~Ttiwar saysm YOM% ~Ihwi
PALATKA G" '49
The Housek rs' Delight
A Boon In Ho Wather
owner. _1 t s
The Gas Company, Phone ."
nl the CLfst Court of SAood Ju-
dielal Cisrelt el a and for
County of Loem.-a m .
PROPOSED CHART "TO"" FLO4SMDA
SUMATRA LEAF TOBAOO AND STOCK
~~ a evun ng was nearly
allE efs ot
has a a ber of friends here
ame dehted to have her a&maw
fek headache is caused by derange-
tMt the stomach and by indigestion.
l nberlain i's Stomach and Liver Tab-
c correets these disorders and effect
Sweu. lBy taking these tablets as soon
r the firt Indication of the disease ap-
.peas, tl)e attack may be warded off.
sale by all druggists. *
r A Vi eiorfnr"".
After reading the newspapers print-
4 Ia Florida, we arise fiom the task
.with a feeling of pride. We certainly
ave some good editors tfFlorida. They
Sfm brainy, and exercise their brain
generally along right li These
a I.briany felws are not onfined to
Soe newspapernor to the big news-
e, either. Some articles aopear-
P I in some of the weekly newspapers
ted to some of the smaller towns
H,!b week would be a credit to an
ewpaiper in the United States. We
Sfee, proud or our editorial contempora-
'The way to get rid of a cold whether
It be a "bed cold" or just a little one,
'Is to get itout your system t h
i the bowels. ly Cough Cures,
. espeeially thosethat contain opates.
Senstipating. Kennedy's Laxative
K nh rrup contains no oDiates and
Sate gently on the bowels. Pleasant to
S e. Sold by all druggists.
SJon. Joseph A. Edmanson made a
S ort busine s visit to Apalachicola thib
, Mr. PF. B. Bkidulph is making a visit
Stohis family in Tallahassee en route to
Rooms to Rent-Address W. L. Mar-
Shal, Tallahassee, Florida. 32-tf
SJ t after the withdrawal of the
S i y Next Frienda" suit the Ann
i r.,,Jichigan, Times, said of her:
whatever view-point Mrs. Eddy.
t igarled as to her teachings every
Ueeeble person has long sides come
ard her as not only a woDan of
aing #lotei bt one whoee
ll fl booe eomvlitiao,
every impaUeb is for the up-
ati bett! ent of humanity."
a btn tier keeper sells yIro
he p you down .a man wso
p lm w e eonmiwet the vio-
I1 w de o t
vlfa A&, Vloo"
Harvesting Machinery Hardware
Witames, Pt MMthl. Clark af mid sort.
and the al this ath day of September,
ASDsA aMENRY T. rELKL,
W-4t o Clark ofla"d aO
N2TIC a of Ap-etioa fr Tax Deed. Ol2t In
AeMMdano with SMt 54 and 7s .f the
General Stat tof toe State of Florida.
NorncmI S U T o IVEN THAT 3. V.
. Coxter.liMnes taw certieate number
11., dated Ja rd. oM, ib fled aid rt ate la
my Seo nd ae a Uiett for tax to
M*e In aoeoiM.ae w-th law. Said crlttIta
mbrae the folowinw dcrbd pripert. OZ-
ato In Lon eounnuy, ltat of sa or to-wt: T.
eat half of the setheast quarter of meton
thirtr-ix (1a) In township two (2). north of rae
thwee (8). met. sontailn ng 0 acres. more or I.m
Thmid land IM a sesimed at the dat Uo
IsMuane of mid eartficaf in tihe nm of Un-
known. Unlm aid certlfleate shall be redeined
accordinS to law, tax deed will lasue thoerea on
the 2d day of October A. D. 1907.
Witness my official signature and ml thh 1ith
%ay of Sqptember. A. D. 19WT
LS-ALj HENRY T. PELKEL.
Clerk Circuit Court. Leos county. lorida.
NOTICe of Appliesation for Tax De-d. Giv Is
Aeordanee with Sections 174 and 575 of the
General Statutes of the State of Florida.
NOTICE i HKRERBY GIVEN THAT A. L.
me., purchase of tax certiftcte am-s
ber 1d. dad Juy ad. 19W5 has filed mid
eartiate in y eoe and niad apspleatem ft
tax deed to e1 In seordance with law. SaM
eartilSete mnbreso the following described M-
erty., tMate in LAM county State of A to-
wit. One and thrm4fthe (1 .) acres of lad In
the northwe quarter of the southwest *qarte
of ieMtUon egtt in towpMhip two-2-- t, of
na Uu S--tpeoe described. tu-wit:
menee at the oeuthwet corner of NW .t of RWI%
o id cwtoa A.m than run ast fomr chains, then
north ton chain to a point. which Ip the Place of
beginning, then run we.t four chains., then north
four chains. the* met four chain. tImn south
four eherin to plaoe of beginning, containi one
and one-ifth acre.. m or ler .
The said land beina asseasd at t Ie dat'e of the
issuaneof said ertificate in the name of Cindy
Powell. Unlee mid wr u ,at.e 'hall be a,-
d4ened aeorwding to law, tax dedK will s.uether-
on on the th day of Oct-ter. A. D. 1W7.
Witn.ip my) otflcial m nature arml w,. thin 8th
da of t-pLemrnlW, A. i. 1KCT.
(MAL.tI IIHENKY T. F:l.KKEL.
i lerk Ci.rcuit Court, L on .->', w'ltia.
NOT' vl IS HREBY GIVEN ThAT THlE UN-
,lfidried tardian of thr c tal,,(of Charloh
Ervertt rataJqhin and libr.ljr. ilR zJhn. mininor
will makc apdpheatfit to Ile I'.n. 11. A. Megin-
nins, County Judigrof Iwn Clunty. lV ,r"la, at
his ofm. in th- fourth jm. no, M'io,,ao tiN bth
day af October A. L. l'a#,. a' lfi 'UJocl a m., or
aS eaon t"hWafter wI can tw henrds, for a
In Lavn nte tonit: W '. f S. W. ;( of
tin 14. owslp 1 I. am 1 ,W. )m ,rs. prp.-
ort of midn miot o
Oadis a f theater of Charli ERverett Fitas-
Jo s hrd taJohn. a3-kt
mtjrtates Ne e'
L p THU PAWM4R-
estimlaw betwea W.
A ewois theL wh *r *.
capital s-ek may b iaued for and n ac.
optef srvl, laber and property, ta just
,alUoamt ihabortobe fixed by the board ofdli-
resters at a meeting hie for that purpoe..
he said maporatik hall exist for t trm of
Ilsbety-alne year irom the date of the tleuaincof
aIters Patent to it.
se business of this corporation shall be aon-
duetod by a eprtident. vlce-pre.alent, moeeetaryt
tsrr and a board I directors to eaolato U
nat Ioa than nor more than fve, and such
other otere and anta as the board e directors
m ey frmee time to tna provide. Any two of such
alesi- ay be heldby one and the m"e peron.
The ofo wb hall manage the eatri of th
omroatw n until tho" elected at the first election
hal be: Piflmt. J. Clifford tR. hast.. Vieo-
PisMant. W. A. MacWilliams. e'or"tq ad
.tr Cla Cnwford. and. CJ I1orVL53
Aat, WA M-W ea and H. Cv Cmraard
hall eomstitte the board of directed, and maid
desert ad beard of director shal servr until
their saeeme r are elected at the lnet annual
amota, tobe held on their fourth Momday InJuly.
A. D. l. and snuaUy thereafter on Uh fourth
Te highest amount of indebtedneee or liability
to which thim coporation an at any tim subject
itself shalUl be fity thousand dollars.
The names and residence of Ihi. subscribed in-
orrtorsa with the aniuntil if 'spltal stock tsul-
tuibd for by h, are f.,ll,: 1
W. A. MacWilllam.. St. Auciu.tine. Via.. tl9l'
., Clifford It. Foster. T!'rihahms, Fa., 91j
H. Clay Crawtfrl. Tallaha-",, Fla., 914 aharw.
Notice to Property Owmers.
xJ(VTCE Is H.:" iitY GIVEN THAT TfI
Citv council of thi i iv -,' f ,allhasot, .-l,,r-
la. will ~ aat tV <(-ur. (,,...... n. r. City IlN11.
City of Tallakaasew, ri'-ri-k. -)t Thusaday. Oct-,-
,et 10th. D. rlir. ,' i .. .t for ti
runrw.e of hi"ririR (.omli,'nii'-'.'vI twolingf t*n.
*im'y as to thos j'uv4itr "f .iTiterty. rvl ur
"W (qnWi. A H Kd I tyh" ald of twPrfctlaig. rvi-. ii n'.o I equalizing ithe
'Any pn n. Arm. a&.vaciati'on or corasraticon do-
sirin~ toa 8r lefori. te.C ('y '<>nor l upon nar'-
te harm ia pecif6it will r n.,rn themslves sa-
A. H. W1l.1 IA..
City C lr, Ci(ty or" rallhaem..
duWtlo of thp Iity <*o,,-nim 'allahwame.
FirridaS. Stember I.4th, A. I). 1'7. l- 1t.
V. J. RANDOLPH,
Ex. County Surveyor.
%r. a I!d to We wt,
YOU CAN 60 TNROlUGN TE
and you %lil find no better in-
vestment for your money than
property in and around Talla-
hassee. We arweoffering homp
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
roney for you at the same
time, consult us. ,,
LOOK AT THIS "
A model farm containing 37 acres, 826 acres of which is cleared;
together with an i$1. O dwelling, 5 tenant houses, 3 good rams for
'general farmintr. and 700 choice peach trees which will blar next
year. The lace Is well watered, the char eter of the land is gen-
tly rolling. as well as table land, the noil light grey and red clay
sandy soil -the best of soils for the culture of Tobacco.
The place is located about three miles from the City, and is of-
fered for a limited time only
For price and terms, ea I on or address
J. T. BERNARD & SON,
Real IEstate Dealers.
I Get, The Habit.
Iav, .,, .. .i nth,' at home bunl!eJ up
W l.''l|I <1 itt. rest. Th'en you will haye no
rn>:4-n;1t'i t l ,c' k o hunt i nii the wash woman
Sindvy ,ii0t'it):ti fr n a'lean shirt, no worr
alilhut maPmtnmiri.zld shirts strrchcsd and ruined,
t( tic-ke.t to l(oam' anti fus. over getting your
iLlundirv on r saturday night, no bundle of
soile(d clothh,, to lu up street.
See or Tel-phone the Manager about our
,Mon ihly rAnts to young men. ,
Get ,oit of tht "old rut"' and get in the right
way by having all your work done at
TALLAHASSE STEAM LAUNDRY
C. O. ANDI ws, President. -
.C. . GILeQuu,
2ainmhemsM6. ON. 0
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CIL-IL -A -*AIL
ias msam ctms
Aoth met with W theii tor don*,
Teo . W0 m**M in owe.
Ioved ash ir and fldv er and slr, irng bird
No mad is f me o w mtlrred
Ow sw t i rr fellow man.
Th The oter M The Mtewr' Iplan
And doubt contesoed.
One having biven above, anti heaven bklw,.
o W itwifl j;
Te' other, disentnil, lived on In woe
'And h rilse lll d,.
-4"* l K. ltipn, In Wouian'. National Daily.
SThe Worlds Greatest Need.
A number of I he Post's contempora-
ies, both secular and religious, are de-
; voting a great deal of their apace to
| critkiums of several lies of vory car-
rnest men and worrin who profess belief
in doctrines which their critics condemn.
The condemn ution i, in some instances,
extremely severe. They seem to think
that they prove their own doctrine or-
thodox "by apotolic blows and
knocks." Ft has been suggested by
r- !some of these zealots that there should
be a statute enacted by Congress and
each of the several State leIslatures
for the punishment of perona who
Savow their belief "in things Impoftible
Wand altogether shocking to well-regu-
S lated minds Such suggestions are
entirely lacking in wisdom. The notion
Sof punishment for a belief no matter
What It may bo., betrays iKnolnco of
'. the constitutionul rights of c itls. In
this country one is permitted to believe
r anything. The law does not undertake
to regulate or control thought; it deals
Only with acts. A great variety of
opinionst, sorne of them abhorent to
,,' nmost Mood citizens, may be wafely hold
and fearleooly uttered by persons who
c laim to be Christian". But when an
opinion fructitles In t lawful acts the
law steps in. The athne rule applies to
Spolities and soeiology. Even anarchic.
| views may be avowed with impunity,
S 1t when th y are reduced to practice
when their fItlitage is in the diabolaesl
lape of tagmmwatlon, the police and
S thecoul will, If osible, pasa the au-
*Ars of Suoh deed* along to the exe-
I Mrfeao of Christianity, or at any
MWteof trlinatarlan Christlanity, which
/t Inmlode all but a mall minority
eof tbo who o by the name of Chris.
Stae, em guardd In their comrn
a on of Chris bod .
SARf-swho beolhstoany church or
t f triaaM have solemnly de-
Inor i at least two mira-
I the v birth and the resuro.-
bb of Ch rt. Faith, not reason, is
Sh bale of belief In those tennents of
orthodoxx Christianity. Is any one mir-
1l : or alleged miracle more wonder-
fI than another ? Why should any or-
x odox Christian,any man who believes
Y the two tenents cited above, think or
speak unkindly of another Christian
who believes In many more miraculous
thing.a? It seems to us that there can
Sbe no limitation of the power that can
perform a single mirraculons act. One
of the wisest and most learned men of
his time, in protesting against forcible
action toward Christ land hi disciples,
SId, in effect, that if (od was with
e" m man could not prevail against
Jem, but if they had not divine author-
oy their movement would fall.
R. nothing but divine power can do any-
thing that natural laws forbid. The
power that can, in a single instance,
pe nd natural law, may be well
esteemed capable of performing other
t te that are said( to be perfrmned in
(! ia days, but which millionsof Chris-
laa refuse to believe, and at which
( hy are often Inclined to sneer. "Alan a
for the rarity of christian charity," n
Increase of which is the world's gr'eat-
e at need at 6idS time.- Washington
| Mr. eyal C. Dunn, of Tallahasee,
S Iecrtary of the Florida Railroad Coom-
n iulion spent last Saturday in Lees-
ih burg. He has been on a v1llt to his
m mother, who lives at Autatula. While
S here he made the Commercial office a
call, but unfortunately the editor was
Snot in at that time. Mr. Dunn is can-
d dldate for Railroad Commiueloner, and
Is already giving the people an oppor-
|., tw ity to me him and know where he
s tands. Mr. Dunn s a self-made man.
SWith a little asslstance from a good
*t mother he worked his way through col-
Slieg aod t once took an active place
u: rthe business. and political affairs of
m the State.- leesburer Commerci.
was a man of nerve, but sickneo left
ht mark and he became aged before
a tme. Sickness is often caused by a
orpid i'er. Herbine will regulate
liver and give youth health. Mrm.
1reo Auatina Hollon, Kansas, writes:
SAustidnrHerbine the best media.
" I 1ever herd of. 1 am never with.
It." Sold by Hardeo-Smith Cown.
. Clay Crawford and his
tr, Ms Crawford, of
Governor lenn, of NorIt Uaro r
Governor Comer, of Alabama. eO ask
better plrks on the railroad quietieo_
than Mr. Browne has put into his plat*
form. Here Is what he lay :
"I favor the passage of a amend-
ment of the ConatitutTon prohibiting the
sale of intoxicating liquors in the State
"I also favor legIslation along the
following lines :
"Limiting the amount that candidates
may spend at primary election, so as to
make it possible for a poor man, or one
who has no rich backers, to aspire to
any office within the gift of the people.
"State uniformity of text books for
usre in the public Ischools.
"l'oreign corporations to be barred
from doing business in, the State of
I lorida, if they transfer to the Federal
courts cases brought against them in
the State courts.
"To require each railroad doing busi-
ness in the State of Florida to have an
accredited representative in this State,
with full authority to settle and adjust
all claims and differences between them
and the shippers, without the delay in-
cident to referring these matters to the
general lflices In other States.
"I will alwo carry out the following
policies, if elected Governor :
"All v:,ancies in county office which
occur during my term to be filled upon
the rorr meundation of the Democratic
County Ex>,'utivc Committee, unless a
primary i held in the county to fill the
Vacarw. aund I will appoint whoever is
select,'l at tihe primary.
"I ,tall nrot attempt to name my suc-
ceNsor, iw' will I use the office of (ov-
ernor to advance my own or any on,
elstv'i |l)liltld ambitions. I will be
Governor of the entire people, and will
administer the office in their interest,
and not in the interest of any faction,
corporation or interest. The adminia-
tration of the office will be entirely free
from all artisanship.
"I sharl resist with all the power of
jhe constitution and laws vested in the
Governor the attempts of the federal
Judiciary to interfere with the enforce-
ment of our laws and rules and regula-
tions of the Railroad Commission.
"I shall execute all laws strictly and
impartially and without regard to whom
they help or hurt, and I will as humbly
obey the letter and the spirit of the
constitution and laws as I shall expect
them to be observed by every citizen of
showed, at the battle of Austerlits, he
was the greatest leader in the world.
Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown the
public it is the best Liniment in the
world. A quick cure for Rheumatism,
Sprains, Burns, Cuts, etc. A. C. Pitts,
Rodessa, La. says: "I use Ballard'a
Snow Liniment in my family and find it
unexcelled for sore cheat, headache,
corns, In fact for anything that can be
reached by a liniment. Sold by Hard.e-
Smith Co. *
save Net Ivery lqePireaept.
We give below the Mayor's accept-
once of the resignation of W. M. Lang-
ston, recently appointed sheriff of Leon
county, in plae of Charles Hopkins,
resigned. It expressed the ppprecia-
tion in which Mr. Langston was held by
the entire community, and The True
Democrat takes pleasure in reproduc-
City Hall, Tallahassee, Fla., Sep. 27,
Mr. W. M. Langston, Chief of Police,
l)er Sir: I have received your reaig-
nation as Chief -of Police, and, as
there is no other alternative, have ac-I
cetpte It to take effect when your suc-
rcetor shall qualify.
In parting with you I desire to say
that you have met every requirement
of the office of Chief of police to my
entire satisfaction and jour record
shows rigid adherance to the law both
in oboervanco and enforcement. I feel
assured that the same course of action
will be continued by you in your new
position and that you will deserve and
receive the confidence of all law abid-
ing eitisena. Yours very truly.
W. M. MCMNToSH, Mayor.
We ads, I-mlses and Bams.
By applying an antiseptic dressing to
wounds, bruins, burn, and like injuries
before InflammaUon sets in, they may
be healed without maturation and in
one-third the time required by the old
treatment. This is the greatest diseov-
cry and triumph of modem surgery.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this
same principle. It is an anUa-eptic,
and when applied toasuchinjureeauases I
them to heal very Quiekly. It also al-
it will save you Udim mad mom.
mention the-unkoeveleme and i
uch Inlmre a entail. For sal
state he was Vww aelsed
j,e v qq 4'
~~ OIM 0 At$efo~
*t~o .q ~M~atU yw
oq~~~,~~UIrM U14 *l
ru04 ~a#WIN[ r a O~tof
~~ UZOIJ&U 1tISIZ~I~
~~n V9 P UNo; V o&
SU~SJd rnj~a l 610
An U031VOALUo juo
Economy Fence I"-
If you intend t9 do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
Can be built forgethan
15 cents a Rod.
40-tf CentrevIle. - Florida.
104 MASONIC BUILDING.
All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. . .
Plumbing a Specialty.
Samples a Request
PperiessA BSIck 0o.,
Cream. V" m
^^IP^^W^ v 15 ^Bam m-
v *.. .
teed. Give him a trial and be con-
TALLAHASSEE[ FURNITURE STQ[
J. E. THEUS, Propr.
CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS...
ALL MACHINES ALL COLORS .
Write for Prices and Terms on New
and Second-Hand Machines. 5'
R. C. Davis & Co.,
A soe Thr~oat od
Syour iie%-Lklo cure it, IP*-
'will ou 'C th. 1!,:u.-11 ija shart order.
Bawlua'" S.".. U W me:vt netratoeathe t'ore, prao&*~
Ina Im .~toinwo luces moro %el~rntt.
C;uRE ST:.,;1NAT ODSOctTFI.SSRMNS,8R"99n
A1 ~ !1C, .ANXrALL PAINS.
-~ '2INST1ANT RELIEF.
r ~~Tr%.:) .*~oth-abbe and iv
,*A -vii ix'rnt v: "rnsInstant releU 1i lia
*,~~ ~~ ,*,j..,, .tI '" I,; ilnont I have g4Wtnodaft
Bllaard Snow Lininm"'~.
ivr t" 6%wi I
worikm ahip and the modate p.46.
you get wha you call m and get
fitted up with one of our ail
Tailored by the #ell known house.of
I .- -%
VA ~ U
wbq. returned home
'aScepted a position
an Sumatra Leaf To-
ed theFall Overooat.
rder with Burn &
i aest bet tyle n Fag
in the city now
a-ws in the city yes.
-- a pleasant visit
l etf a cription.
R MOOM ITasvamong his Tal-
again t"s wek.
SK. Camasnw and Willie
a a bustm visit to the
who desire to take dance
arrange for same at the
Store with Guy Hanes.
|voe at.the Ar y,
of next week. 81-t
teae Silber, of Jaekaoeville,
4, the Capital ona v to her
lilber, one of The of-
Mowers left in Tallahassee.
6 each, Jan. 1st. Buy
|again now. 82-3t
*tvestbmgin a new sew-ng
| w a yoOf'summer swing, can
L the New Home and White
*, at J. E. Theus' Furniture
o former of Adams and Clinton
F. H. Carter, Rector of St.
Church has recently
ifrona delightful visit north
wMch was spent among eo
t1doomfeld, N. J. This was
SDoetor' earlier parihes, apd
pleo.re of meting one of
o an old lady who has
teb the age of 9 yards.
-62M 8is invited to investigate
gt Roler Winow Screen
SO- N -6. -
3ea mowinm "'chine eom
o M us igu.e ,with you b: mt e
advance, Only thrOe loft. Go &
Davis Co. 3-8
Mrs. A. L. Woodward, of Perry is In
the city a guest of her son? Mr. rank
J. A. White of Vareen, was reffstqu
ed at the Leon Sunday.
Just received at P. T. -Nicholson's
a lanre lot of handsome sipgt n ,
sises to suit both ladies and e1 t-
Mr. P. C. Dawkins, of Peasacola.
made a brief trip to the city last week.
Mr. H.W. Darr and wife left Tue-
day for Atlanta, where they will reside.
Mr. D. will enter a business college for
Mr. J. 0. AUlltood was samg our
pleasant visitors Tuesday and had his
name added to the subscription list.
Hon. John L. Morgan, of the Ralbroad
Commission4 has returned to t#e Capi-
tal. Hi wife expected hae sow.
Mr. B. McMurian, of St MAsk, was
in the city Tuesday and subascribed to
this newspaper to go to hi bter-i.
law, Mr. B. 8p.rta, Daisy, Ar-
kanas. Mr. Me. expect to ae
apple about 10 miles out frem St.
Marks and make his home there, with
Woodville as his pp toffee.
Mr. Geore P. Banks and family
have rentedMr.Gordon Pearoes house
on Duval street.
Mrs. C. H. Patin and her two daugh-
ters, Misses Alice and Alma, have re-
turned to Tallahassee, where the young
ladies have entered College for another
Mr. William VanBrunt left Monday
for Baltimore Md.. where e ih taking
a course i denistry. Mr. VanBrunt
likes his eh profession, and made a
.showing as year in his examina-
Mrs. R.I P. Irving has returned from
a visit to her mother in Forth Carolina,
and they were visiting at Tallahassee
Schloss Brothers & Co.
H. ATKINSON & SON,
Dealers in ,
HORSES and MULES.
A Fine Lot Always on hand
for sale at reasonable
---- --- ^.
Attention Tobacco Growers!
TH E GADSDEN LUMBER a).,
(Office in Quincy Florida.)
Are the people to order your Lumber,
Shingles and Laths from.
Let them furnish
you estimates on any kind of
Yours for business, order now,
S- - - Florida.
V idm -- I -- -b
A Cup ot WhiWto ieem e B** UtIoe
MNes* ad Java Cbe
is what goe straight bt heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that oly good grocery keep
good coffee. We take peelal pride la
our brands, as they have made our
store fam Just as guod a the eat-
fee we sell ae teas, which principle
hold good trogout our entire stack.
We sell aetMg but thbeet of d
prodets-tMese we have tested 6
selves, ad.oe ema stand by them.
J. W. Counm Grocer.
A very nterestg meeting of the
Home Mission Society was held at the
Methodist Church, Tuesday afternoon.
The president. Mrs. Colwell, presiding.
Twenty-three members *were present,
almost everyone took part in the meet
ing. Good reports were read by the dif-
ferent officers. The following are some
of the notes read, via:
America hrisenumed means the whole
world chrsisanlsed. As America goes,
so goe the world in all that is vital to
its moral welfare.
America holds the future. If Ameri-
ca falls the world will fail. The battle
lost at home, ou cause is slain abroad.
Let us advance upon our knees.
Prayer and missions are as insepara-
ble as faith and works.
Buy a good mower ehep before they
advancee. Gilmore & DavM Co. 32.3
The sympathy of the entire commu-
nity goes out t Hon. John L. Neely
whose good wife lies critically ill at
their resMience in this city, and an earn-
et wish that the crisis may soon be sue-
ceeery pesed, is felt by all their
LOSW on the street, one pair gold-
mounted eye glasses in black case. Find-
er will be rarded if glasses are re-
turned to oflaee of The True Democrat.
Rev. Fred Blackburn, brother of Mr
A.B. Blakburn, has returned from'
St. Louis, Mo., and has again taken up
tivework n the Florida Conference.
M. BlMkborn l nowstationed at Madi-
sem tIol out the unexpred term of
the pastor set there last winter.
J J T. Bernard, who has been oan
a his duhters In Jacksonville,
has returMed tronger in health
for his abort period of real. .
The frieds of Mr. Talbot Bernard re-
gr tolearn that e has been confined
to t hMo b/y simtnes.
Mr. Jue rvam has returned to the
Atlanto CullWe fot Pyslians and Sur-
gea for Whd term, and Mr. ln-
w ed vamns M at the same time for
the Seothern Dental College for his first
Mim tells CoweUl, the charming
r.t Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Colweo,
aaa = protracted visit to
Jir. 3 B. Casler ad family will oo-
epy thbeos el Miss Fannie E. Per-
Ma r adMiss Bertie Al-
Sair Famandin, whom
551. eand Mrs. Frank
at Mr. ROb-
ipaa- t MDSM .
$1.50 to $25.oo.
Boys School Suits,
$2 to $8.
You'll find it at
IWalker & Black's.
SOME 01iiE TfNOS WE
Waste Paper Baskets,
Wash Bowls and Pitchers,
Odd Dressers, *
D. R. COX FURNITURE COMPANY.
An Opportunity by Which You May Prorit.
I am Going toGive 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 similar 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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tl)at .. . ..
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. .... po o........ .. 7 l//ahassa9e, .3-.,........... /907.
.A. ettl . . ........................
to A. choice of ay ,$7/. 00 S.~sgy in .my stoeh, provided
the a..ae6* and name Apooe., wMsitten in ink, corewponfd
witA fl At ta dwn on date poixe Is to 6 tAO )a DOee.,
NOW A WORD ABOUT BUGGY
The sensible buyer knows that a
little judgement often saves many dol-
lars. He knows that there a is price be.
low which a good buggy cannot be made
and sold. I have just received a ship.
ment of desirable open .andlfop buggies
of all styles. They represent a certain
exclusiveness in quality and price* no
HOW IS THIS FOR $55.00
S ., . d........
The winning number will be determined, Dec., 21st, by drawing from the stubs.
The holder of coupon corresponding to first stub drawn will be given his choice of
any open or top $75.00 buggy in my stock. This is no fake. I am going to see
that every customer receives fair and just treatment. Some one holding these
coupons will positively get a first-class $75.00 buggy, FREE.
I think I have the most complete and most up-to-date line of pleasure and
business vehicles in this neighborhood, but I may be prejudiced. Suppose you, ask
any one who has had occasion to buy of me. I have pleased some mighty particu-
lar people. Why not give me a chance at you.
Dust proof long distance axels. Side
or end Springs. Genuine Leather Seat,1
Quarter Leather Top. Heavy CurtaIni
Storm Apron. A Buggy that usu
sells for $60.00 ................$5
Cor. Clinton and Adams St.
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