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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: October 11, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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bemaadod 6y hinm for
a aorreet cpy of
Iwo written, I ask the
aaertag his erroneous
That your readers may be
ed, adPl 'try and an-
y of others before the
I Kke of Investiation of
a mrovement tfund at Tallahas-
Stha.t, when Governor Drew
ion at Tallahasmeeand had
the earpet-bag government he
)-ftund that u touh lands belong-
the / internal improvement board
i, state, wer tied up by the action
the United States Court appointing
M e everr in the case of Vow* on which
t had been entered in that
G' oveornor Drew and the Hon. Hugh
Sent to Washington to see if
Sdue the State could not be
S4mttnted. Not succeeding,, they re-
.mar to the State and recommended
tlb board of internal improvement fund
q; to appoint me as State patenting agent.
'O ^ fti&*mh of 18'.U thut
I oId Pontaacted to allow e m 2 cts
eMr rs of such lands patented to the
I tteo, to be paid in lands at the eurm at
prices at the date of such payment.
To show Mr. Wilson's error, in stat-
i that I was paid "many thousands
dollars" for such work: Years ago,
n. such a statement was made by another,
and then I called the attention of the
internal improvement board to said
statement, and Mr. McIntosh, secretary
of the board, wrote me a letter, under
the secretary seal, dated May 12th,
1890: "In response to your request
that the trustee*of the I. fund of
the State of Florida inquire into the re-
rt as to whether or not any money
ever been paid to you as a State
gent for procuringan adjustment of
S te claims of the State of Florida for
" lands granted by the act of Congress of
i ept. 29th 1860, and acts amendatory
/ tereto, I am directed by the board of
trustees to say that a careful invti-
C'. nationn has been made in the recorS ofI
Itb, h board, as well as of the contracts
Sboetwon the trustees and S. I. Wailes,
dated April 13 and ONt. 19, 1878, and it
. appears that at no time since you were
appointed State agent has any money
S ,ben paid to you by the board of trus-
..- tes of the internal improvement fund
t of the State of Florida or any of its of-
S ira or authorsead ents; and it fur-
thr appears that allpayments to you
under your ontraets have been made ,
to andat th regalar schedule prices
rce at tih of such iment."
W- think Mreaders will from
mabh Certtflato t6 0 he 1. Board,
at- 6 am not guilty as charged by Mr.
I& this conaetion, 'I think it p
to ateo that, under the above d
h ad edntraot, I was able tobrntag amy i
amilliomof areas oflad a tosn to thi I
S tate. and thattour aiuM u of the
Same sold by Governor Bloxham i
StoMr. istm, for e million doar
wth. a loxham,"pa1d off4
1eieudr and the motrt we-
I" receiver, aVd for the tAm I
ath. be-
o pre t boa lon d their del
Pi0l4r. W oyr althWaghG


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.* ~opt 1, bin, Governor.


be se by thi e contract
tdld we to vor dollar of ex.
p r, W o Thoe de.
ol f supreme srt of thA
United States will show my rights un-
der said contract: -
In Mo ex rel, vs. Walker, 1I5 U. S.
889, "A contract *ade under authority
t the statute by a state with an thdf-
vidual t9 procure at his own expense,
before Conrs and t dartents,
certain specifed claims of the state
againstthe United States, and to re-
ceive as full compensation for his ser-
vices a certain rate or commission on
tlhd ,amount collected- by him," was
held to constitute an agency to be re-
coverable until conenoated by th per*
formance of the worL If the appott-
ment had created an |t could not
have been revoked, add the officer
could only have been removed for caus-
es designated by law.
It was a continuing contrast, and it
never was abandoned.
The above quoted decision, being
from our highest court, ought to be a
better law than an opinion from the
late Attorney Genebal Whitfield. Had
Mr. Wilson been hunting for informa-
tion as to my abandoning my contract,
he would have found that at my re-
quest, before I went weetr Governor
Mitchell on the 9th day of June, 1894,
appointed m$ brother, Major William
E. Wailes, of Selma, Ala., [a Confed.
-rp" soldier during the whoje of the
,....- civil war and an aide to the late
General Wheeler] to act for me aIn
pushing for settlement of thim laim.
WhWat will be thought of aman wJ.
over his own a. publishes a
statement which bos his complete ig-
norance of the subject ? You ask. who
is this man ? Answer : Mr. Wilson,
who, in the legislature of 1907,
was chairman of a committee who sup-
pressed a bill that would, had it been
made a law, have put this whole matter
into one of the state courts, where all
facts could have been brought out in
connection with this contract and de-
cided.
He would not have it so. The ques-
tion that at once come to the thinking
mind, Why ? The answer is plain. In
1903 this whole matter was investigated
for several weeks in the state senate,
by a committee of which the Hon. Wm.
A. Blount was chairman, and before it
as witnesses were Governor Bloxham,
Judge Raney, who wrote the contract,
Senator Pasco, Hon. Charles Dougher-
ty, General Bullock and others. The
last were the men who were familiar
with my work before the departments
at Washington.
After a most thorough investigation
that committee reported to the senate
and Mr. Blount, in the course of his
remarks, maid that in his thirty years'
experieqee in the courts he had never
see* a case more thoroughly proved,
and any court in the civilized world
would give judgment upon the facts as
At th' personal solicitation of ex-
Governor Jeniags, who hired a room
In Talahaseeo opera house, forty mem-
bersof the legislature, of whom Mr.
Witem was one, went into a so-called
m- anrefused to allow any amount
.toipa more than $12, 00 It, as
., ays they did 0ot owe
me saything, were thqy not recreant to
tr o ath, a members, in thus voti
away a dollar of the state motee
ies othatidar It would seem that each


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The TWUO"
resume Its itl
glinntgnoatf
1oth, at ?k9
members.ar


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of Trade will
ip again, be-
a*ig, October
I o'clock. AU


mom r ar requested to
be preset' it importance
will be tramasefd a- er matters of
publs Wlteresgatsfbi4 sad diacusased.
This bulMs orpaaiatl has the gen-
eral beat intoret of Tallahsee and
Leon county at hearjad should be en-
couraged every *ray *possible by our
full citizenshl '
minag's aghw ifwer S w.
The King's P will have a
Flower Show op W, the 2dot
October, at the Doors open
at three o'clock. A dmion 10 cents.
There ill' be pi oered for the
finest spec Imne ot following pot
flowers : Biwon a, Pa8 Geranumes,
Fancy Leave nut Masiden Hadr
Ferns, two kinds, I ar l small least,


Boston Ferns Osto Pluame Ferns,
Asparagus Femiewltna, Asparagus
Sprengeri, Asparaua Plumosus.
All who are willing to assist in this
way of raising fund for the hospital
please send plants to be exhibited to the
Armory, Wednesday the 23d of Octo-
ber, between ten Ai twelve o'clock.
Donations of potjplants to be sold for
the benefit of the HosMtal Fund will be
gladly received, as t-her will be a sepa-
rate table for all plants for this pur-
Please mark your name distinctly on
each plant, and state whether for ex-
hibit or to be sold for benefit of the
Kin's Daughters. All contributors
k ily send on Thursday morning, Oc-
tober the 24th, between ten and twelve,
for their plants. Reftoshments will be
sold and among the other attractions
will i an t allery and a post office,
whore all who come will find a letter.
All wishing further information can
commuAncate with the undersigned
committeee.
MRS. E. G. CHsMLY,
Mas. ALEx. McDouGALL,
Miss MARY D. LawIs.
Nasonic Neotetag
Jackson Lodge No. 1, F A A. M., will
meet in regular communication on the
let. and 8rd. Monday in each month,
at 7 o'clock p. M. Membersiof sister
lodges cordially Invited to attend.
S. MAY WALKaK, W. M.
given the stpto $1,000,000 [ten times
as much]. Before the Blount senate
committees, Mr. Doughtery maid it
woum have been impossible to have
done it without the aimistance of Mr.
Walies. Senator Pasco was able to get
an amendment to the appropriation bill
directing the secretary of the United
States treasury to have Florida's ac-
count stated and 1, as state fent, sub-
mitted to the secretary of the treasury
a list of the disallowances made by the
war department, covering abmt $38.-
000, with the evidence showing why
they should be allowed. They were al-
lowed with 7 per cent. interest from
1857 to 1902. and they made a addition-
al sum paid to this state of $156,000,
and to that congress following the
treasury department made Its report,
stating the account with ntat al-
lowed.
In the final payment dth Identical
language was used as was ea- the first
aplopriation bill The suptme court
in theVhlrgliease, decidedit unlawful
to lobby before congress. At no time
was I so engedbut I did, a far as
possible, supply the senator and con-
gresemen the information on which to
preos th Indian war claim for pay-
moot to the state.
Will any of your readers. with the
above statement or facts as shown by
the Bkount committee of 1908.'believe
as charged by Mr. Wilson, that* I was
trJ to got something for. nothing ?-
With this otra before youtreadersi
,adn tbe tup amelurt'sdeision a4 to
my ghta der it, and the f 6 t4er
fast thst prevented the sesbaseby
tho sate i of t2W.648.09 efd bu


'al sowd I


0I 6 S.C.ejeed. Mo

M.omp sed M
an a to s ce.


of t enough for us twl
of it. -Madison Enterprise. J t,
to it is difficult for a pri terW 'ftb
hod"I of the little he work eo bar to

OCt the habbit. Buy a Manhattan
Shirt and no other make will appeal to
you. urns & Co. are the agents for
the city. 33


Veteran's Noesttlg
Pes*uant to adjournment, July 3rd,
le?, T. B. Lamar Camp, U. C. V., No.
11, mot at the Mayo' s office, in this
eity.
There were present: Commander T.
H. Randolph, 1st Lieutenant Command.
er, J. T. Bernard, Adjutant, J. D. Cay;
and of the file, Comames Anders J. F.
Demilly L. L. Demilly, Gorman, clover,
Gibbs. Pale, Roberts, Sanders. Wig.
i and Blak&
Minutes oft last meeting were read and
approved, and state dues for 1907 were
ordered aid.
Delegates to the state rM-union at
Pensacola were elected, th6 regulars
being B*F. Page and L. L. Demilly:
alternate, Thomas Costa.
The Veterans wish to show respect to
their old Commander, Governor I'ox-
ham, bf appointing a committee from
their number to meet him and hi bride
on their return home. The members
chosen are Thomas Costa, J. D. Cay
and L. L. Demilly.
The meeting was then adjourned un-
til the let Wednesday in January.
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College NotUs. i
It takes something more than a down.
pour of rain to quench ete eathusiass
of a college societycpseqpeOtly the
storm of last Saturday avenlag deterred
but few tf the adherents of the Thallan
Debating Society from attending the
social air of that date.
Invitations tq the townseople were
general and were responded to by quite
a number of the girls' friends who aro
interested in all their dings.
Sunday was bright again and the air
was delightfully fresh, tempting an-
other crowd from town to extend their
afternoon walk out to the chapel,
where the first College Vesper service
of the session was to be held at fivu
o'clock. This service was very popular
last year, and will doubtless be so again,
since the music in of a high grade and
well rendered The pipe organ in an
exceptional fine instrument, and the
piano of the best make, and both are!
manipulated by real artist. .
The program of last Sunday is giver
below :
1. Organ, Traumerei, Schumantn, Miss
Foster. 2. Hymn -Abide With Me.
3. Prayer. 4. Organ and Piano, Aben.
died, Schumann, Miss Foster, Mips
Keipp. 5. Quartett, In Heavenly Love
Abidmg, Mendelssohn, Miss Clio, Mr.,
Murphree, Miss Kelpp, Mr. rostsr. 6.
Scripture Reading, 7. Orgu Xvnin
Song, Bairatow, Mts Foster. Voice
Jerusalem, Thou That "UWS the
"rophets, Mendlaesehn, C Wo. 9
.enediction. 10. O t0, Toeeaest, Wol1.
'.enholme, Missa Iote..
Misses Alice CopbottM RM y R4Pnolds
and Shirley LNM ge of last year's
graduates, are t post graduate
course. lIrtoft, .Mis Long has re-
sided witA relauves in town. but this
year she will be an inmate of the Col-
SMa Horne has returned and is
&lgainp UIng at the kindergarten
pilno, muh to the satisfaction of the
ttle asees who found it dull without
their music.
And now it transpires that Professor
Willmia slept day and night on that


which accounts for many discrepancy
In the various reports received at t
oice relative to that St. Marks trip.
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With ian expenditureI tn
years upon rivers and i
000,000, a against tIhe $6,e a m
more which the railroads moo.
so improve river aviation as to


"The time has come In the hi
American develment went eo
sible mash whnis can be povr i
the halindott trafle must tb
and utihabs promptly. Theveso
which we face today is one ofl
Importance. It is one uponwh the-
undm ktnh and prosperit eb
y nAtve has actionn edthe
as of e an, ies of millions to com
Sistamvan roanal. In this it haso
upon*. When the Atlantic an Ilt
alWei f have been united by the oI
esnal the world's comra Wih
revolutionized in our fav. But Jh
earnal, the most stupe ndous waorl
this era, is not as iporta t to b


owed land which would beto
yield over O,000 .000tof farm
a year, while millions more wo b e
saved from destruction.
BRANCHES ONTO RALROAD8
"We have heard much of t ves 'l-
right' o dea proa e whof lsw .
entrh e n of. an d rs. What ay
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The Largest Stock of Men's and

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The Big StSuits made
The Big Store. To Order.


SICAL ANMD PIOMAL ITINS. It In with much pleasure that we an-
nounce the satisfactory convalescence'
of Mrs. John L,. Neely, who han been so
Mrs. B. Harris. (f Cuthbert, (a.. has Ill during the past week.
* iad& a recent visit to Tallahassee. Tallabassoe is drawing within her
Governor Broward returned Wednes- borders buineei men from ether
Sda~y from his trip out to Iowa. places who show their appreciation of
Mr. Jack Mabry has returned from her financial growth anid prosperity' in
a trip to the Jamestown Expositlon. a practical manner by coming here to
Miss Islah Cates left last Saturday engage in new tmsiness enterprises.
for an extended visit to friends In There in every Indilat ion that within
Georgia and North Carolina, thirty days there will he l ewin the
L. C. Williamson, of Carrabelle, has erection of a new Ire factory in Talla-
been In the city recontly, a guest of hassee. An experienced th-im from a ims-
the Leon Hotel. ter city will put in new and up-to-date
Mrs. o Morgan ha returned machinery of a twenty ton capacity,
yMrs. John l,, Morn ha returned which will turn out lee of first-clams
to Tallahassee, after an abltman, i of sev- quality.
eral months. .
Judge and Mrs. Wolf, ofThe many old friends of Mr. 11. V.
Judge and Mrs,. Wolfe, f l'ena>la, R. S tradr aPe delighted to pee hLin
ae been visiting Mrs. Wolf' family n m again. Mr. Shradr sy
In Tllalhassee.,that The Tr.e Democrat I. responnible
S Col. Frank W. Plope, of Jacklinvillel, for his visit. having eilrri'e him up
was In the Capital T'resday un teHizlimas by the tobacco articles which have re-
before the Bupreme Court. gentlyy aplipared In thin paper.
Judge Syd L. Carter, of tlalinevllV,, Mrs. Walter Wight. who has been
is back again to hil work as lhairnmin t a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs.
of the Investigating Commission. H. E. Chittenden. has returned. to her
Judge ocker. of the dupreni,, ('(1iilli hlon. In Cairo, (Ia. Slie will be Joined
bench, is back again froman a plt'ueiin o Monday by her grandmother, Mrs.
vacation spent at Ages, Va. (Chiltenilon, when both ladles will go to
Mis Mf. E. Montgomery, of Apa Atlanta for a week's visit. Upon Mrs.
lachlcola, has been stopping at thie Wight' return to Cairo, she will be
Leon for a few (days. vlsite'd h her father and mother.
Mrs. V. C. Moor and little Margaret A iHeat Wotlh Alttlk .
left Monday for a visit to Mrs. Moor's When an article has beenon the mar-
nudther in Washington, I). C. ket for years and gained friends eveiy
C. IH. 1I Floyd, a prominent member year, it is safe to call this medicine a
of the Apalachicola bar, has recently worthy one. Such is Iallard's Hore-
visited Tallaliasnoe. hound Syrul,. It positvely cures coughs
1. T. Davis, prominent in Penmacols andall umonwa disease One of
law circles, was in the Capital a few S yAlas.1as: "For ive years my family
days ago has not b troubled with th? winter
Mr. Frank DIrew, one of Live Oak's coughs we owe this to Ballard s Hore-
foremost ratizenn, wan in the city last hound Syrup. I know that it saved my
week. a uest of the Leon. children from many sick apells.' Sold
Mr. H. V Harwell. Special Agent for by Hardeo-Smith Co.
the United State, Fidelity and uar- Te many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
apty Co., i la the city for a few days. Gordon Pearce were loth to se them
Min Ueorgia VFekel is visiting her leave their home In TallaUassee for a
field, Mrs. 8. B. Hlousebolder, in future reeldence In Alton. Mr. Pearce
Quidcy. has Joined Mr. Ralph Causseaux of
Mr. L. Harrison, representing the S. Wakulla County to the moresatile bast-
A. L. R. R. to legal circles at Jackson. ness ino Alton. The True Deocrat
villa, has been a recent guest at the wishes the new firm speedy and long
; I cont inued auooes.
Mr. A. Y. Stokos, representing the, Trments f Tter aid 'Beas Al-
isa Gull Epjnlalty Co.. of Haltimore" ,.
was registered at the Leon the lat The ee cha r o
.g the wek. nTheaIn ange'itching characteristic of w
S ecnema, totter and like skin dia is
Mr. J. C.'Oi'Dll,. neral inanaer the 0., P. and A. R. It. 'al dowe lain's iSaive, and many severe oe s
from Balnlridge last week andl ~emint have beefh Irmantenly cured by .ta e.
veral days to Tallahaese. For sale by all drngists.
SMoessrs. Roberb ylv oater and ('har'e# WaeiS l
Averitt, two pro inlent tobacco gruo Two or three unfurnished rooms,
f.n urom Quijc. are lsa Tllahasis iltable for ight WhoMe klemi. AV-
1 week. niW tA 0. i U&We. AU fd-


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lion. H. C. Crawford has recently
returned from a short trip to Virginia,
where he went to act as his daughter's
escort home. Miss Genevieve spent her
summer vacation in Roanoke, Va., with
relatlvep. She also visited the James-
town Exposition.
Mr. .1. D. Hutchinson, owner and
proprietor of the Leon Hotel, han re-
turned from Cotoralo Springs. The
unea4inemss felt by .dr. Hutchinson's
physilran with regard to the weak con-
dition in which his lungs were left last
winter by an attack of pneumonia, has
been dispelled, and he Is now declared
free from any consumptive tendency,
and strong enough' to come back to
Florida.
The Railroad Commissioners have
served notice on the 8. A. IL. R. R. and
the A. C. i.I R. h that they will meet
ron the 29th Inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.
to hear reasons why these roads should
not he required to build a passenger
and freight depot at Plant City. Also
why the' 1. A. L.Ut. R. should not build
one for Imasseger 1 at Madison. The
Continilssmlners, moreover, will require
all roK., which have not already built
then., to provide separate waiting
ro(wni for whites and negroes (,alnep-
ville Ibhs sent up a petition to the
foard for a Union Depot.
Sick NSmAswho CUred.
Sick headache s caused by derange-
ment of the stoNoh and by indigestion.
Chamberlainus Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets corrects these diarders and effect
a cure. By takin these tablets as soon
as the first indlton of the disease p-
pears, the attack may be warded off.
For sale bv all drggitIs.
The way to get rid of a cold whether
it be a "bad o '" or just a little one,
is to get it out o your system through
the bowels. Near all Cough Cures,
especially those contain opiates.
are corastipato ..mm tody 'a Laxative
Cough Syrup a no opiates aid
acts gently O bowls. Pleasant to
take. Sod by~adrggista


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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 drugs, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
best quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be the
purest of their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.


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h. e -By Geo. P. Morris.
As Awftl .Co h Cimed.
S"Two years ago our little girl had a
Sof pneumonia, which left her with
"Si t-odgh Sheohadato els of ough-
S-r ase"tti oe withe whooping

P afood l and ome thoraht he would ot
S 1Twehlt al. We tot a bottle of
S wasberl n' Coakh -Remedy. whica h
clike rm. l soe ton feid tohn-
atm ta r pastort ad at. writes a.
3 ood Brbaiee.lld Thias ream-

.Thoe, beutiful qmoutry home of Mr.
m.d Mst. Win. R was the sc


'g-ood ladies realized that Jack
w wrotwaaoon to make his appearance,
idof oour. looking after the com-
to "* and have a
-^ to l YI werte
Wa- iand the vioiwity were
to e to the quilig lag Tuess-
-utra ot in good work. while the


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is not esential whedw thee avan-
usee of commerce on water or rail
be owned or operated by private parties
or by public ageies.
What the people need Is tranporta-
tion faciites."-
DeWitt's Carbolized .itch Hasel
Salve is good for bolburns, cuts,
cAsk and skin diseases. It speZ
cially good for piles. Sold by all drug-
gists.
It is economy to hire a goed work-
man, tan for pin oalssmonftg- and
paper-hantag, gt n pener
* *FoaSAL.-Gas Rang, aa good as
new. 308 North Mone te 0-tf


T "La-Ezy" Mattress. s*
Made of 46 lbf. of pure cotton
fqlt in layers like cut-High
Gde 'TickbW-Fronch Roll
ff- Impeiar Stitched-Guar-
anteed in every way the equal of
the "Ostermoor" or any other
S16.00 felt mattress, you to be
the Judim
Order one to-day, sleep on It
thirty nights, and then if you're
not ab9telyy satitfed your mon-
ey wil immediately refunded
without question or quibble.
ONLY $10.00 FREIGHT PREPAID
RHODES-FUTCH-COLLINS
FURNITURE COMPANY


Jacksonville,


- Florida.


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Millinery.

Fancy'Gobds,

Notions, Etc.
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Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Mune St.

Tallahasee, Florida.

Fancy Work material a Specialty




SPeh4 by
G. H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD, and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
6State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and Grade. same
built and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further partiu-
lars or addree P. 0. Box 286 Talas-

ALEX .WADDB~L,
BAKER.


Choice Fresh IBread
and Rolls ever day
. for sale by the led-
NOW ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
and
J. W. COLLINS 4 CO.
PANACA SPRI S.

sefo. bcratie.
U. F. & A. Railroad ells round
p tke to Sopc)oppy 8 Mitalti
WI, etcuruo tepartteto eomfgto
the Sppi gI, Tram car from the hotel
meet allu rula mail and pamieger
ta = e who want thm ea se-
e=ae at Sopchoppy to take them
At thI hotel w4I tx foid maple ae-


. the year ron &. Good
I salt water tishlic. Five or
kt launches to take ashtn or
patlea sout any day. Mineral
water bathing dartag the Wea-
rates; 8W.,) an l0.0( per
.L00 per month.. 1r further


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THE MfT6 lo.3 '~


Not~kourwa tor%;*
but 14t oslrov-ttye.

INSURE YOUR I, ALSO YOURw7I

AGEWN WWANTED.-


IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central
Crrabelle, Fla.
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THE DUVAL 1t10
ST. MARKS, FLA.

Owing to the situation near the junction of th I
St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers and with A f .
niles of the Gulf of Mexico makes it t dIal
resort for the sportsman and pleasure se .
* iCT1'^ .: WM


Plenty of good Guoline Boats to be had.


QGouides


Fishing and Hunting parties furnihed.
Convenient to all the Gulf Sprin.
FRANK W. DUVAL,, Man


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S BA B O'ARD
Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, CXMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RALIBGH, RICH*
MOND, WASHINTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORX.
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY


' SEABOARD EXPRESS


MODERN


PULLMAN


SEABOARD MAIL


EQUIPMENT


THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
NORFOLK, VA.
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily >
For full information and sleeper re servatons call o any Agent,
Seambo or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Astntent,


UTABUIMSD 1)M6 IN5TAlJID I u

GEO. H. HOLMES,

Unde'take and Funeal Director

Sand EbaUwe.
DyOr o dset. Tallahassee, Fla. pooweN. 4w,


Re. G. FERRELL ,
(Succeso to A. T. Rois)
N L IIAU Kinds of Fresh Meats. '

Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me our orders. Prompt delivery, 1


FIR ST-CLAS EATS.
RjnJ up Phone No. 283.


Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall. 1


Nqt0I~ Is hwb~von tat %I
Ihfwpbsto~
WOO to~
N-RM MI* Vl~kL~tiqn p '


ua Drie Lumber.
We are carrying a nice stock of i
lUng, novelty, siding and
Come and select what
Child Bros.
srbeto The True
'-a3
taw.e^isK~~


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Newest Creations
for Mady's Choke


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6 ldbkwago"
Comm 't son" el


-4A
Sao" Ran Aa 6"W"

The w DesetIo LW dM. O~ ~


-mp g N O Ws or m e a
.K' 1*sel

SAad now anes the ULive Oak Demo-
crat and ays: "The "extra MseIon
is loaded and will have to be handled
very e .refully."
Theu Amurles Eale of tero, tr -
ida, says: "These pebIMtlon artmles
in seWoe of eaour eSsmd xebsages look
gO foed to u-B we turn the page and
eaJ aigltag beafmdis itthoeadcol-
I "4 ? Quarts," "Old Alle-
AA.. idy got; ..
IAnd AMw Gowmeror ward hs g ot-
teaMnhim t teo it tagan. Thistimehe
b yd the meutonw of the noto
S Jad, Desk Mack, who was to have
be" I esMsuted at Jaksoknvill today.
sedo ft pardtoslarsof It on another

Mr, Wi ai M. al of the editorial
department of t Tlnass-Union, visited
ble mother sad old time Tallahassee
SfrIinds Wednesday and Thursday and
left for Neow Orleans for a ftow days va-
si etm bom his eloese onfinement. He
W ll st over apin on his return for a
Th b isa movy on foot and plans ane
S betash med togive Governor William
T DD siaM aOd his wife a splendid
wemoome M their 'arrival at Tallahbs
S' wbr the Governor is loved and
O el-octd by vWry aeitiem, man, wo.
ow mm ad the children. Bloxham has
S resolved many times, but
S ver y best them all&
*f Wi'SMWr Ph~p leases, whobas edited
ARand managed She ort Myerl Fres
SPro for a munber of ya baa sold
f bhbat ItO st in itto P. A. Ruhl,and
wilgeo to Now York to eangae Ineth.
or business, thlatter until recently was
with the Barew Courier-Infomant,
S and Ia q odl nOwRes maa. Both
editm ve our bes a orfuture

It we some d ad nexpeneve days
work whbam the Demoerats in Florida
promise d matters in eoventlo
with Pepasts, and put some of them
Ito highlb of ... Thing have om
gradually xrftg worse oo, until
now, our bmde are about on a par
with arpet-bag days again. It will
take same moreof the best to geot them
reulated*.,fc^^ _
The Pw isaolt Newas Isaredltd
with betag the origtator of the follow.
IN : "If some of the public offers of
this State emoud bought at their real
worth Oad sold at their own valatioo
several b fortunes cold be made in a
Sshaort pm." And then the Gaineaville i
Elevator puts thO up to that editor:
SWe d you to com out and name
thea." UH h rn some da. andt
navy a oeO ae y t ame d.

If you have not paid your eeupati k
or ktdAe, txeas, you stead is daner of
having the authorities take yea in bhad
tnd of having additional eoats added to
the already heavy and vey burdemme--
t~x.s8. When you get all your resipt a
In hand compare them carefully with
thooe of the past and see If you are not
burdened now about as heaylly sa you
S0re In carpet-bag days. Floridians
are paying for extravigant and rMeklsA
wnr&-nharment of public alairs, and It is
fll time to call a hatit and demand a
change for something better. Put
Sea men in offe sna men of the
r,,'w. Fieming, Bloxhm, MtehelU or
or Perry type.
Hon. Charleks Hopkins has resitrned
his (e of sheriff of Los county to en-
S tar the eulture of tobacco. and Wm. M.
Slartoen, former chief of pohee of
S Ta haa bn appolted aa hiM
the e that aem to seet the (
p a'Vo the Tallase True Demo. .
I. Yea,taa ahe aetedaqare sad rht !
m lr it t Made the appslutemsat promptly I
and Meatlseaya dd Mt ea juoti
Ssa>d merit, without the sual peeart-
o. tat, has bea the asem. etw*
e1 Par f Br d always save himemaf *
b tvoebt c always ast so nicely I


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it is estimawtedtat this yeqr'ep~st
CLo Is worthpretanp.OmmW
Daln th ne Tow Nof etsomehgeslob


E'iamt a theM wsogat 5 &iIis
rnebm OWN smigom ~a it *6%a but
tM arpwmim bedtbe toraW I thue
M"e W16 wu" I* now I-


-,boo t pan of Colonel 8.1
'-Was, which we expect to reproduce
this loese.
Colooe d .ah' artlee was printeo
by the Star of October 4, tho editor be
ing constrained thereto by the demand
for spaee for ai to an unwarrant t
personal attack lae.tumnas; but thk
same editor ws eremWful of the feel
ligo of Wilson (the are bot trr
with the same Jemninas sek) thatbW
showed him Colonel Walles' reply, be
ofre it could be piCehed, same rS
him space for an amer, right alo
side of the Wdles artile In the soan
issue A ma temple of "journalltht
courtesy," *WSm't It?
Wilson'i rply to olond Walles con
sdats chiefly d rs grated form 0o
the street beyfa ly resource who
forced intoaeeonrw-"You're another"
He answers the we-put shares o@
Colonel Wales by sat-but eautiouas
denial I Po r ise:.
As to the ham thatdI, with forts
member was la *a e0Oalled eaMue
la a room at th on h-uae m Talls-
hmae in in "' p falpe. I
never aUMtteded at p
house wlDe at T45hmm anddo not
befleveo O .Vm JemSue ever hired
the opera hbee for any seuh purpose.
Colonel Wallso mo have shrewdly
named the "spes hou" a the th pla
of meetig for the -expr espurpose of
leading this very emal and vindictive
enemy of hisn lto the trap into which
he so promptly tumbled. For note the
foct that "Wileo of Hernando" is ex-
codingly careful not oe der that he
attended sueh a emouse dlsewAer than
"sat the opera houea;" Is quite as cau-
tious ot to deny the eenlMes of the
caucus, and is still more heitatinr in
his attempt to held his bos, Jennings,
by simply deelring his disbelief in the
hiring of an opera house by that very
sibppe-y and astute todido
supM "Wilsonof H.-ando" should
be put on the stad In a court of jusbtee
and required to answer the following
queorna, what would he say ?
Wa theresan ant-Waieclalm caucu
held where in Tallahaassee in 1908?
Who failed it ?
At whose nstaneo wa it called ?
What was it purple'?
Did you or did you not attend it?
WhatM wore Its result ?
We know the true answers to the
above-and so does 'Wllonof Hernan-
do.-
Thits smal creatur--wbo think hebo is
greet beames he has basked in the fa-
ver s a Goveror-gives a array of
paamtos de to 8. 1. Walla for err-
vicl essmeraulag lnd patents amount-
lag to over Mtheusanddollars, of which
heay re than e 0 thousand was
pedd insceAh. Even Wilson knows bet-
ter. These payments were made, of
course, is leadt "at those current pries
m the date o ebh payment," as stip-
ulate in the entraeta for the services,
ad the fures simply represent the
vale of the Iand at eoueh prices. Be-
sides. CoL Wafe quotes an offietl let-
te of the leretry of the 1. I, Board,
statln that mno m ey had aver tben
paid to WaisU for tlad patent services
It is qutte safe to Nay that every de-
nala and every statement mado by Wil.
sem in hi alleged mreply, correpo in
value with the two illestratols we have
gIven above. In fact, his attempt'to
meet the arraignment against him of
0al. WaltM inevitably and most forel-
bb reall the well-known anedote of
the two littl darkle who were indug
ing in a war of weid. The injuredone,
reMbinag th end of her indignant aecu.
S,, aused for beath. The abused,
black te material and the abN to
aek ehage, simply atood stand
"Is you doe T"'
"Yes I to dene."
"Den, dl deis ting what you says I
s, you is.


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pti a^ i .- ,'
that was beware
eote ot- for thO t
OeppaNye. Sbts o S
4da the state watk, e e 1
gtet Imaprovementnd It, Oand a al
ama.ne habie i him as well thdeeo
als. There was so biMds e $&a'a.
for the bulk of the work this ti e pe.
amesably for the reases the -ui*el,
esl not dig out after the large eeoMt-
wed eheka required. T7e Stat e#5
lab fAed the am gemeat to suit
themselves, and w guoes they al wre
@atdsed. We had no bMd there and we
have no kick coming.

f et- Baby is rvtless, an't le at
won't eatk ries Na e
A of White's Cream Ver
five her baby WMte's Cream
emifr e. So may taens when the
i pale and ftfl these mother
not know what to do. A botleof
ad le would brin r to is


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WM. CHILD.


GEO. W.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber


Contractors and Builders

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber.
all kinds. -

Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, baluters,
columns, brackets, piantels, grills, fancy gable o
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brh
Lime and Cement for sale.

AR orders will receive prompt attention. We
our work to be first class in every psAicular.
reasonable
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on Seaboard Air
on lot south of county jaiL .'


PHONE 87.


P. O. BOX4


Letter toe Captai en&.
TAL, AnA Un, FLA.
Dear Sir-Josh Billngs never said
a aoythin truer than th= : "Suelsees
Sdu not-konoslt ov never making blan-
ders, but in not making the same wun
twist."
N. R. Watkins of Lott, Texas had
i house painted some years agn, ad
it took 13 gallons of what he beled
to be paint- he bought it for paint, and
at looked like paint, the punter said it
o ha had it painted again; it took
l Devoe. "
e st 6 before; now 86.
SH knows It Is painted now, "and he'
otthat i80 n a safe place. He's got
b knowledge In safe place too.
Yours truly
s0 F W Duvou & Co
P. B.-Gilmore & Davis Co. selo o
Rev. A. J. Reamy, of Bainbridge,
a., a n J. B. Pruet I
If you have not yet head Dr. Reamy
at the Ba Church, be surv toa ear
him to;Wh
Mureoo, the king of all wall finIhob,
have no other. Applied by John Z.
Spencer. 38-8t
The adom nw cottage
built on North Monroe street by Child
Broe below toMr. Goo. W. Child, and
will ba ob e ed by his family as soon as
comed "A Aprinter'a error made us
y toat week it wa" for "Mr. Hors-
toun."
Dmop p al card addreesaed to John
PB. se Box U6 and you can geot
the p and paper-han~ in
the city. pape--8t
uloaem te Lee".
I deIret la my 500-aere planta-
tion, loaded aout four mke southeast
of 'rahiae. for a term of yean.
Contains lands, suitable or all
m al d is well watered; tn-
lent own. Address
Mrs. B. Tallahalee Fla.,
or see J. G. Co4ls. -tf
N& iastheoseten
of the Joualotm e field-Greater New
York-*hrnSe public has its choice
of manyNoapen the World, Morn-
heuw. 'lboa 83,000,000 rr
ekirculaem $0 month than any o
New Yo iand Sunday paper.
Toe wh, e next Sunday a World
and read t.

often ends n a sad secident. To heal
accidental lajuriea, use Bucklen's Ar-
nica Sale. "A deep ,,wound in my
foot. from a eeMddent" writes Theo-
doreSch eud of Qhnmbua 0., "caued
me great tyslcians were help-
less but n Salvequiekly
healed it ohe h eal burns
like maric eMoats at ll draugists.
Mr E. N. kry ha someofine orange
trees on his Lif- Jackso place which
are bear r op of oranges of a
very eroll m bkinelou sweet orange
this year, lives his tre propr
are and tn and protests
them frap the hoet while
that Is u is now preodof
thm. AIt aMobof the
trees ul1e0&i te.da w t
ean be ains'
D*WittUilt e Ris Ire
good o oL aL The
S91M1 that 4b

ar -mll A ft r ,ald
netgrlpe

N mes


E'UEW
EU~LW
E4m
For4
'-A
Thirty~


John B. Stetson University
FWR CI I ROPa AND FIVE TtCHN1CAL SCHOOLS.
DEULND, FLA.

c~ldWihtella U %&&a~vn Utygof Cheelve o
own bowdhem be* tft-AM N
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In or cat
I'M di4commss~
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gEs a -n ajoey or
be saloons. Apa
went wet by's 118
lib Sun.
t.many people who
of indigestion and
I the time. Tbeir
e appetite, but it


rlu e nt i t tondition to do
It _posed to do,, Ite'n't
food you esat. Thb stomach
rid be fioen p. Yo aaght to

our mach ean't do. Kodol For In-
km and Dy peia, a combination
inieta and -vegetable
sthe food itself and gives
th d health to the stomach.
to take. Sold by all drum-

will be a bi' prohibition rally
Siisonville tonight, and the princi-
tor for the occasion will be Hon.
C. Stockton, who will probably
candidate tor Governor. When
WTrowne announced for Governor
t a prohibition plank in his plat-
he was denounced as a dema-
aie and an inpincere timeserver who
h w-as trying to rfde into ofce on a popu-
lar wae.. If Mr. Stoecton, i thorough
prohibitionist, also announces for Gov-
ernor, it is very sure that nobody will
denounce him as a demagogue. But
why the difference ? WMat reason is
there to believe that Mr. Browne is not.
S as incere in his prohibition sentiments
as Mr. Stockton ?- -Live Oak Demo-
brat.
Nothing to Fear.
?, Mothers need have no hesitancy in
continuing to give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to their little ones, as it con-
tains absolutely rothing injurious.
This remedy is not only iwrfectly safe'
to give small-chlklren, but is a medi-
cine of great worth and merit. It has
a world-wide reputation fe; its cures of
coughs, colds and croup and can always
be relied upon. Est sale by ill drug-
gists, ,
SBaptising at the Babtist Church Sun-
(lay.
The hunting .season will son be, on,
and many are having us print cloth
I"Posted NoticeA." to post their lands.
The work famous and popular "Man-
hiattan Shirts," carried only by Iurns
& (co. 3!
We have on hand a large stock of fin(e
kiln-dried 4-inch toorng and ceiling;
also 8 and 10 nch finished lboards. The
prices will please you. Get your order
in while it lasts. Child Bros. Lumber
Yard.' 9
It pays to engage a good painter.
If you are going to have your house
painted, engage John E. Spencer. 33 ;3t

Fragtfal Ssfferin Relieved.
Suffering frightfully from the viru-
lent poisons of undigested food, C. G.
Grayson. of Lula, Miss., took D)r
King's New Life Pills. '"vith the re-
sult," he writes, "that I was cured."
All stomach and bowel disorders give
way to their tonic, laxative properties
2.1 vents at all druggists, guaranteed. *

Uleaalig and Pressing.
My cleaning and pressing ibusincss is
now carried on in the up-sltairr part of
the Constantine building, nearly oppo-
site the express office. Also sample
linesof fine tailoring "made-to-measure
garments for men' on display.
4-tf W. H. FREELAND.

For anything desired in first-class
Men's Furnishings go to Hurns & Co.



House for Sale.


Opposte Leon Hotel.


Apply to Julius Diamond. 25-2


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I. I. A. Meffinliis., ('uinily .lild. t lonf I county, de i etl t
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Ad nowo T mes the Ive Oak Dumn.
S at and says: "Te "eatra meni
; oaded ad wil have to b handled

r le A r."Anmor%, lr-
A A W soma"Ow A Uv OA Dmo-
r, am d ml y: "The 8"trt SMIMt


ids, Msys: "Thimb pshMition artielms
in some of eur 4eed exMA mges look
good to as-Sr we ui th* page and
reod ta in ga bsg d-.a toth ad eo-
a "ko .. OM AHl*-

And new GeuMorfe wmrd hay sot.
teteIs huitem it agae. Tbhistiehe
has sayed t examtion of t* MCow
S e, Dok Mask, wh was to have
Sbeesn t .M ead at Jar bm'le ttede.
.f.of CMb IN"-
SMr. WWM. olS. itheedltlaM
Sdeprtment of el MUalo, visited
is mother ald ldlatsi Taflhome
fres Wedneaday and Thusdays ad
lft for New Oaest forea few danys vs
estleon from bei dem eIasement. Heo
S win stop over ie on hiso r tum for a
fewdm. _.__
STheraleamoveanfotnadplam an
being aur, ed togiveGovernor WIMas
D. BshaeM ad his wife a spamied
welsoe -a their arrivall at Tallahae.
m, where the Govemr I lovd a
ep -sted by every citizn, man, w.
M anad the chuldrm. Blembas has
this allvtreeel t amna time, but
V ery ldey thm anl.
EdMtor PhMItp lamu, who has edited
Wond m sMa thr tort My NrM
..ro"M fer f. '.erof ye. ts hasso.d
is hal. tarnt Ih ltto P. A. Rihl, ad
wl go toNs Yorkto e*o uilaeth-
or busies, the latter until recently was
withof Bartow Courler-lbormant,
4 Idnts h avoodu'wiww e Both
dtn votorfutu

It was some d and expensive days
work when the Demosrats In Florida
eompmiamlamd attest in onavationa
with Popuats, and put ear ed thUm
Into high office. Things hae e on
gradually growing woon sdes,, tatt
now, our burdens are about n a par
with earpt-bag days again. It will
take smans morse of the beit to got themsi

The Pnoaaola Newa Is am lted A
with being the origintator of the follow.
Ing : If some of the public offices of
this State oumd beo bought at their real
worth and sold at their own valuation
several Mbg fortune eold beo made to a
habort lMe.1 And then the lainesiUll
Elevator pate this ap to that editor:
We da you to eoaom out and nama
tyha." days, and
ynary a at am


If you have not paid your eeeupation
or Ik ohes taxes, you tand oI danger of
having the authorities take yeO In oand
and of having additional eotao added to
the already heavy and very burdaime
txes. When you get all your reoeipte
in hand compare them carefully with
thoee of the past and m If you are not
burdened now about as heayly as yoU
s ere in carpet-bag day. Floridians
are paying for extravagant and reckles
ni .nagement of public affair, and It is
full time to call a halt and demand a
chanx, fur something better. Put the
Ilest men in offeie again, men of the
Dr-,w. Fleming, Bloxham, Mitehell or
or Perry type.
Hon. Charle Hopkins has resigned
hiso Alkeof sheriff of Leon county to en.
tor the culture of tobaeo and Wm. U.
sen-ton, former thief of p of
Talita has been a tead as ho
eccemor. Ths in one a tont t t
the Governor that seme to eeoot the
apprevl of the Tliasesse Tre Demo-
erat.-Cirus County ChreoMIle.
Yes, because he asted qaesa and right
In It 1 Made the appointment promptly
and atlsfe y, and did t ea ustkee
aid merit, wisuet the usal pseularti-
tI.*s that ha he thb eateS Gewer
.r Pr'w0rd w always ave hm lf
touba if hb eI always net so ney


wrermae^ ^ 'to reply Wa
1tg t rtIetatr wtah we didnot
Mae porthyf no"te. In a stU
18ate hi that paper sppara a easu
os Vep^ to Wilson's original artolel
somn the~ e hant ren of Colonel 8. .
Wales, W we expect to reprodOe
" this IMto
Colonel Walls' article was printed
by the Star of October 4, the editor be
Ing constraied thereto by the demand
for spaea for aWSpVp to an unwarranted
personal attesk i Its columns; but tth
saUe editor w ap 'eareful of the feel'
lags of WilsUon (they are both tarred
with the same Jenaing stick) that he
showed him C~oneI Walles' reply, be.
fre it coudi be pubNUshd, anma ga
him pace for a answer, right along
idle of the Was artclet In the *am*
iseu! A tmae anple of "Joarnallatk
ourtey," wasn't It?
Wilson's reply to Colonl Wall es con-
slteS mhielly of aa eag rated form .1
the street byfa oy rnrewst wheo
forediato aeir-"YTou'reanotohert"
He answers the well-pt charges of
Colonel Wallk by fat-but cautious-
denil / For Itamse:
As to the ehare that/I, with forty
mmbonrs, went lma a so-alled caucus
in a room at th opera bouse n Talla.
hbase in : Ibrand u false. I
ever attended a emaw at the opera
hoom while at Talahamee, ad do -
beieve Governor Jenntin ever
the opera house for any such
Colonel Walles mat have ah1W
named the "opera house" as the place
of meeting for the express purpose of
loading this very small and vindictive
enemy of his Into the trap into which
he so promptly tumbled. For note the
itse that "Wilson of Heorando" M ex-
ceeodingly careoftal not to deny that he
attended sueh a eueu SowAwhe than
"at the opera house;" Is quite as cau'
tous not to deno the estenoe of the
caucus, and le still more hasitatinq In
his attempt to shield his boss, Jennings,
by simply declaring his disbelief in the
ring of an opers house by that very
aslppery and astuat Individual
6 poie- 'Wilson ofHerando" should
be put on the stand In a court of justiee
and required to answer the following
quemamkla, what would he may?
Wa there an ati-Walle eelasm caucus
boheld anywhere aIn Tallahassee in 1908 ?
Who called It?
At whose Instance was it called ?
What was Its purpose '?
Did you or did you not attend it?
What were its results ?
We know the true answers to the
above-and aso does 'Wilsonof Hernan-
do.
This small creature-who thinks bhe is
grtM eausbe hae basked In the fa-
vor of a G erm-give an array of
payment mde to 8. Wales for er-
Voes 1easmeolg land patent. amount-
la to r *StouaadadoUar. of whch
he ays mp than 40 tboomand was
pead dn eaM ven Wlan knows bet-
ter. These payment wre made, of
orMe 4d leods "at tho current priest
an the date of seh payment," as stp-
ulate In the entreaet for the services,
ad the fgr simply represent the
valie of the bade at ueh prices. Be-
sideA. CoL Walls quotas an official let-
ta of the s reatary of the I. I, Board,
stating that so uwusep had ever ben
paid to WaUas for land patent servi oe
It is quite asafe to say that every de-
nal, and every tatemont made by Wil-
in hin halted reply, porreapold In
valewith the two illustrations wo have
give above. In fact, his attempt'to
meet the arraignment against him of
CoL Waline Inevitably and most forel-
by recalin the weU-knows anecdote of
the two little darkles who were tndal-
lag in a war of worde. The injuredone,
reaching the end of br indignant aco-
saUeM, paued for breath. The acued,
akta the mat lt and the ability to
m t the ~charges, simply stood sti and
"Is you done T"
"Yes I is dane."
"Den, ll dem ting what you says I


as, you Is.
It tIs estimated that thisyear's
p worth more tha ,
Oslspe HO NW lotft - co


wa-B, tor helS pgr*
Aa the eate tor' i m
.m S. wadb aww a d.
1Mimphing Compan
pis k to the priwterw t
ny gets the tra i
at 96t cd9ent aC t ~
hdtowas betore ptMaid as
*entract for the CapitaWlm a
0Ospany. Since Mr. 1I'm A"
* lt the state work, thlbIh bae
gredt Improvement In It, and that is
aOmi.ondable I. him as well ae the oMl
ae There was no m da ina+amiMtt
for the bulk of the work this time pre.
sameably for the reaOes the kMiae
e*aldU not dig out after the argw eMi-
ed cheeks required. The Wtatsp e
eolab fixed the arrangeaent to sit
thsnoelves, and we ga es they as are
satiosfd. We had sno bid there we
have no kick coming._
Lea We
forget- Baby isn etle", ea't eloeat


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SLetter o CapslaleVon.
I TALLAHASS l, FLA.
Dear Sir-Josh Billin never aid
anything truer than th: *siam.em
ds not-onsist ov never making blon-
ders, but in not making the same won
twistt"
N. R. Watkins of Lott, Texas, had
h hose painted some ea ago.
it took gallons of whathe Ieleved
to be int; he bought It for paint, and
it blooedlike paint, the painter ail It
No has had it painted agamn; it took
7 galos Deve.
It a t $46 before; now $85.
He knows it is painted now, and how's
That uO in a safe place. He's got
t knowledk? in a safe place too.
Yours trir
s8 F W DVO A& Co
P. --Gilmore & Davis Co. sells our
paint.
tev. A. J. Reamy, of Bainbridge,
Ga9, in anistihg ev, J. B. Pruet in
spedal me
If you have not yet heard Dr. Reamy
at the B anit Church, be 6sur tobhear
him to naht.
MuJrea, the king of all wall finish,
have no other. Applied by John Z.
Spencer. 88-8t
The handsome new cottage be
built on North Monroe street brahild
Bra belag toMr. Goo. W. Cldand
will be his family as soon as
competed Aprinter's error made us
ay t week It was for "Mr. Hos-
Drop a pe tal card addressed to John
peer Box S. and you camn geot
th bet pointer an papr-ha r in
the city. ... -t t

I desir aa my 0-"aere plants.
tion, lo for miles southeast
of for a term of yea.
Contain -hi ande, saltaie for all

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of many w- Iet World, Morn-
lag B;i.t Clee, has OOOii' lar-
nica *a a 8ew0ndnm0
circulate month than any other
New York mornl g and Sunday paper.
To see wlo, ner next Sunday a World
and read i e l e
often ends in a ad accident. To heal
accidental injuries use Bucklen's Ar-
nica Salre. "**A deep wound in my
foot. from a= asoldent," writes The.-
dore Se"hu 1 Cab O. 0., causedd '
me great a, Pysclas were help-
les. but den's Arnica SalveQ auiekly


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Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co


Contracotrs and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber o
all kinds. -

Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters,
columns, brackets, p.antels, grills, fancy gable ornani!
and turned and scroll work of every description. Br
Lime and Cement for sale.

Al orders will receive prompt attention. We guara tM
our work to be first class in every paricular. P


reasonable
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on
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FOUR CON'I "Ps AND FIVE TCCH"NIAL SCHOOLS.
DE LAND, FLA.

A~u.4Wih the uivulyof C~q
AM-MwI w im thlem um he aielfty
be* Almm mbath Boom mdch eax
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howsewe, wient wet by 4 11
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ne al l the time. 'Their
asy ti the appetite, but it
otio fiourbi the body simply because
*Bl.o d bta i hA toendi ion to do

it ppo t o ue. b t can't
9iM food yog gat 7t atomch
b1dbe iven bl W.t, nu ought to
.till otoeig the will do the work
^ @ yo mach can't do. Kodol For In-
di loa Dye i a combination
l il e e t ou and vegetablee
toan he food itself and gives
i d health to the stomach.
t to take. Sold by all drug-

"will be a bi prohibition rally
at eonville tonight, n-d the princi-
a orator for the oceat n will be Hon.
II. C. Stockton, who will probably
ia candidate tor Governor. When
JtBrowne announced for Governor
dt a prohibitiUon plank in his plat-
he was denounced as a dema-
gogue and an ianincere timeserver who
S Was trying to rde into oftce on a popu-
,lar wave.. If Mr. StocKon, f thorough
prohibitionist, also announces for Gov-
ernor, it is very sure that nobody will
denounce him as a demagogue. But
,' why the difference ? WWat reason is
there to believe that Mr. Browne is not
I. as slncere in his prohibition sentiments
as Mr. Stockton?--I-ive Oak Demo-
brat.
Nothing to Fear.
Mothers need have no hesitancy in
continuing to give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to their little ones, us it con-
tains abaplutely rothing injurious.
This remedy is not only perfectly safe
S to give small-children, but is a mrnedi-
cine of great worth and merit. It hasi
a world-wide reputation for its cures of
coughs, colds and croup and can always
be relied upon. For sale by all drug-
Sgists. .. ...s......*
S Bnaptising at the Babtist Church Sun-
(lay.
The hunting season will soon he' on,
and many are having us print cloth
'"Posted Notice,." to post thuir lands.
The world famous and )popular "Man-
dhattan Shirts," carried only by Burns
& Co. '13
We have on hand a large stock of line
kiln-dried 4-inch tiopring and ceiling;
also 8 and 10 nch finished boards. The
prices will please you. Get your order
in while it lasts. Child Bros. Lumber
Yard. 9
It pays to engage a good painter.
If you are goilg to have your house
painted, engage John E. Spencer. 33 3t
Frightftl Sufferln$ Relieved.
Suffering frightfully from the viru-
lent poisons of undigested food, C. (.
S Grayson. of Lula, Miss., took Dr.
n King's New Life Pills, with the re-
ult," he writes, "that I was cured."
All stomach and bowel disorders give
way to their tonic, laxative properties.
2' cents at all druggists, guaranteed. *
cUeanlin and Pressinlg.
My cleaning and pressing business Is
now carried on in the up-staira part of
the Constantine building, nearly oppo-
site the express office. Also sample
lines of fine tailoring "made-to-measure
garments for men on display.
4-tf W. H. FREELAND..
For anything desired in first-class
Men's Furnishings go to Burns & Co.



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a5 T H Randolph & Son .. Chewing um stand
u; AtlFa In. C,. Fire Insuranoe ..
"7 S C James -. Merchant ...
':llarmonoua laundry chlnee laundry .
s Mis AdeloGerard 'illiner ...... ..
611 LB Bryant .. Merchant...
7o I' Rinilinr .. .3Dentist..
71 So. Telephone & Conrtructin ('Co. ".elphone
72 Middle Fla. tee Co. actry .
7:;1 Sandy Hall Merchant .........
74 FT Myers a wyer.. .
75 Leon Hotel Co. Kper of hot- ....
741 The Halkeo n Drug Co. Drus lsot .
77 The Bloxham Hotel Co. -sperof hotel..
S .1 W Corbtt Merchant
7' W LClark .3. Billiard tables
4) St. Paul Fire &-Marine Ins. Co. ire A Marine Ina.
N Hanover Fire Ino. Co. ire nourance..
2 British America Ins. Co. 'ire insurance
I New Hamphl e Ins. C ... ire naurance ..
81 Coiimm.rcial Apnr-ancer'o.p,. "'ire nauraiwe .....
K> Stvui oh -M"r4tj& Nat'1 Ine. Co. .. -ir< nurancv
S(;eoreia Honim Ini. Co, 'ire nsuranee
x.7 8 M Cardne erc ant .....
S (;re'ory &I nrr e- rchanto
) F W ('Clark Jewler A B k Stor.e
!l' Saii IettH l WBardling Hosew
'I I J vans Merchant
W t 1B councilil & Co. Merchant
kt1 Tallahasre# M'r'antile t. 0 Merchant
94 John II l'atterpo M,,rMhant ..
9!, i,:liauN Ih4,l Merchunt_
1' W 11 MaIll, )hII Merchant
'7 Ai thur .1 Cann One pool table
J, (;Ceo W l'roctor Merchant
94 II N Sweetifng Jeweler
10)0 flarlx -, Smith & Co. rurggit.. ....
lo0 Aetna II i. Co..... ....... .. rIre Insurance .. .
hIr; Fr v ii., l ('Cttn Oil Co. . .. K f't. of cotton seed il...
l1i3 A M N(irmuan & Son Mechant
lh4 1' KniWht ... ... .. Merchant ..
10(6 kA Grant. --erhant ..
1( VIl l'riveio Cigar Factory c r and tobacco ......
107 H I) H.i-ndon b, i. .. Iner-
low IakeJaeRrk)n Mercantile Co.. erchants.-
lvj It W Willianmi ........ wy r .-.....
1l) VanRirunt & lemilly- -. Mfthant
iII J I CtnrCrer Merchant
112 Clark & Co .. brokers .
113 L ( Hartstield ........ ......... merchant
114 Frazier Spencer.. .. erchaut .
11r W H Washnigton .er. bant
11a Willianmon & Co. I... erchant
117 K Howard & Co. ............e chant
liI HallI Johmeon .. kaehants
119 Hall & Johnson One turpentine still *
l10 P T Nieholmon . -...--. Jeweler
121 11 ( awards .Restaurant
122S A Jon -Merchant .
12:1 W 11 Wan.... carrying pas engerm
12, DU ICox Furnitur o Furniture
126 1 Yaeger .. -Merchant
127 I.CYnever lUfe. pitultos. etc.
l2 C A Schwormaker Livery, tale. Fm"l hstublil
1tVA S Jerry .DrugK< 12 FPC Cio a Merchant
I.:x ()hiorimeJenkin .. Merchant
I'l ; P ny .... Lawyer. .
132 Dock Chare... carrying passengers
13. J Wesley Davis Restaurant .
134 Randall Golden c. arryin asengers ...
135 Williams. Mel jirin & co. Turpenestiltern I allt.
1:%, Tallahasee Water Works co.. Pur-wihigr water .
187 Car. City IAght & Fuel coA Furnishing igbt A f1 .
1I1 State Mut'l IAfe Ins. Co. of Homre o- -Ife Insurance .
1.1 Phoenix of Hartford Ins o.....- r. Insurance
140 Dr A M Mannimnr ..- gercnt ..
141 John Robinoon's combined Show .- ow... ..
142 MrsG OCSerutru ----. t ....
143 Wm cLaurtrIa~co ..t .... .
144 Green K Joh n .. . .....
14r, John Pinkney . --- --. I M t
146 John Willms ...
147 John Nims . .... helt............
148 Robert Robleson.... uerbtat.......
149 Carrabell.- Nhvl Syatohies .. he at...... ...
160 The Canrrbelle Navali toresn. ... NMerat .....
.IM Carwlle Naval ster.Oo. ....TurpM tsne tiller. I slul.
162 Carrallle Naval 8tra s CoTurpe tine stiller. I still
16 Amiadusa Prie .. ..... .wehat..
IM Iaso HArtlW ....... ...ereant
U6 Londnl lar.eehrm InsmrameeCo ......fire I ranee .....
164 Fedeajl insurance Co... .... ....... ire IInsurance
167 N.,ri IRBritish A Mercantile Ias. Co.. Vire leurance
N Wi-,.her I tIran ICo.......... lus nuravnce
S|4,),l o urae I .Co^ ..-. i..... m In-ranee
(2 ii, n InAuraice Ceo . ... ... r Imansurance.
. Pr~.v-iince Wshnlvtn IlS. Ce ...ire laImr- ...
4 l-:; lrt Ine. Cab ........... ...... -- K l n w .. ..
54 Alx mll oIn.. ..... ....,.. Vise i.memaene .
67 Ton.? tugiM ..........n....... ,.... f MMgnire
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10 Copeland. ......
t)219 Mrs F.Eva e.i... ..........
1K Ww4. turner ...... ......
21 M.J IsI' ouatoun.. ... ....
24 9' Jo-ssh M a y
26 Tullahsasmf 1ardwaft 06O......
31 OI'.W. L L*Wi........
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12 4 Dune" ABradshaw ..........
11 .14 John Rethartl_. --
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27 9 E J KeadIt.
March ti2' 49Jane.. Dunean ...-----
11 2-~4) H..btlonoBra.m.
12 1 jW A Iradahaw.
14 j J C Mint ford..,. ------
lit; J 11 Fountain..... ....
v') John FHlfonu. ..
t6i C(han F~elen .....
April I1t67Jack Johnson-_ ..... -
3 Wk W oid %,lle 8Skjppb ooi ..
4 2c* Butts &Li4,onanao ... -------....
1. LAW ('Iirh'y latcly All 2W Itiith.
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9 1lAm 4.UI.A lexander
n 11 IINawuovi.
liI HNarwoud....
ze A It 8Twine ...
261;John Pinknis ..r.mri'...~....

4%1"'JHenry Nwo. ..B hd ......s .

is 272 loy Green.....-~ g5 .
it, 273 lofse. Colomn ..carvlag ames ...-1
2- 24 Arthuir Harrison Mack Walkter ........
9726 R W camDug Store .......
June 1z" C A Orweom ....
1 971 Tallahasaoe ItisnamLaundry...
.q 978Show (Juimvy ...... ..t..
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in W Kra J Pr' e.
July H W~1 RJWSMVnl Fy g~~.....
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I W. RF Vall"n"hnI .- erchant -- ------
21 Ur i i,11Mueley Im rchant. .. .- ..... ....
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22 M S tate hawivor% Banik :n.r
Z32W The True 1-vituxrut Job Printing.
22 'W? lA S Hart-r. 'hatographor
2# AW Blank Phutio CO hatmerapher..
26 SP Alex WwldeII U. .
VT3m 80 aurie 11 Wh~ale.y. .3ker...
Si101 John Hi Foril -.rsr. .-
OD3W G W Strwart, .1 r.. a h.
3NGeourve Cravvy
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ep.&4 XiG Olivar Mill..
to0 =41A FAt Farrell. m e rcha t a. n t.... . .
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8TATB OF FLAItDA.
Laom COUNTY.
1. B. A. MesinnisM, County Judgn of le.on county, do erk Ufertify tlA ft r
tru iand coret copy of Occupation Licenmes Imued by W. A. Demfll, Tu C IS
earb. ining October 1. 1906. and ending Heptember 80.%1i7. Dupltlem a0 l
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CONSTANTINE 1HOTE4

Centrally located near Capitol
and everything the best. .


-RATES, $I.oo PERDA

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thiev*s sad rfh,sand beside it
th We pay 8 per cent ito
* ftst d of April aWd Octowe .
low we give a table aowli bow
sis of 1 vorkbigdays in the yu, st 8 per c
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2k per day for6yisi. r ....-------..... .-- ----
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Tbo capital stock of the savingr bunk i', f20,000.00 with MpuPdelp m4at.ammo n 16 *
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Yoor business with us will be held stri ctly onfidentbl
Call and get one of these little bank. w mhlle the supply ihtM.


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W. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.


G. R. LEWIS, Vice-P.Rusat.


B. C. WHITFIELD, CASHI.M.
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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
Jog 0. COLUISa, P rlhaoe.
MPUDLI D UVKRY FRIDAY MORNING.
/ eteor.
Last ri 4th instant, at dusk,
_mral different parties saw a lieiutl.
If meteor speeding in a northea't di-
: rtlO. Some saw It suddenly burst
for all the world like a skyrocket,
brilliant white stars. Had it
r i about an hour later the meteor
wo Md certainly have I.-en noticed by
SIany more of our citizens, for it would
S I doubt, on a mrxl led the attention of many. ine.
who saw it burst h(*rd no report,
'mwt have been too nfar toft t Io
and may have fallen between
and Prry .
'". W9 wondearf it might not havw Ieen I
',oym loveo hair or feather out of Dau-
SfI'el l$comet's tail. If any one findi it,
please send to this office. '
Last Haope Salsed.
SWhen loading physicians said that |
11W. N mlthart. of Pekin, Ia., had in-
ili- eomsaumptioi. his last hope van-
H t Dr. King's New Discovery
l ption, Cuughs and. Colds,
out of his grave. He says :
gre at ipecUte completely cred I
ms M av. l my mife. Since then I
hi Wd it for over 10 year, and con-
It a marvelous throat and, lung
..'" 'Strictly scientifle cur* for
Couhs, Bore Throat. or Colds; sure
S iwvemtve of Pneumonia. Guaranteed,
0 oent ad $1.00 bottles at all drug
slets Trial bottles free. *
e FePltlry Was as g 4.
At s rt soelal function the other
Sy--a- oia show or somethiln of the
iort-Regie Vanderbllt "aaa.d" a
polle*mnan and certainly would have
slapped hma on the wrist real hard if
Ms. Re A le had not interfered. Il
sume that a photograper tried to get a
pictureof the Vanderbilt box withT R -
ale and his guests, and R gia ot-
ted. The policeman, noting the inci-
dent, went for that photographer and
yanked him out by the scruff of the
neck. Then he walked up to the Van-
derbilt box, expecting naturally that he
was to receive a vote of thanks. What
was his surprise when Reggie biased
forth at him for an offirious donkey,
and called him several kinds of ugly
names for handling the photographer
so roughly. The policeman got angry,
forgot the difference in their stations,
Andwanted to wade into the man whose
aameMltm gut rich from a very humble
tartIn life. Thy Jut ddn t get to.
lter. two other policemen inlerfer.
In time to carry off their company.
and Mrs. ReggI leading her bus.
b, d away. Which recalls the fact
that another Vanderbilt, Mien Gladys
has only recently come Into her share of
the family estate, a little matter of
1,.000,000, which in turn calls out the
fO na little story Illustrative of thle de-
moracyof the oldM Commodore, the
man who made the money for all of
them. He was sitting on the verandah
of aristocratic hotel at an aristo-
resort when a woman came
i to whom bowed and spoke.
B toif daughter wore present,
a I pCstOd. "For goodness, father,
speak to such pe~plo. toDn't you
kwU t she led to sell poultry to
u T" 0. d remonstrated the
r dtuhte. ed the Commodore-
k"Owouoe I anow that, and 1 also
,kow t moe u d to ,,U mot
beer a 1 ddl oysters in New Jert.
4F. erw was jut as good as


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USE GAS FOR


LIGHTING
* HEATING
COOKING


HAVE YOU SEEN OUR REFLEX LIGHTS?
The most light for the money. We can prove it.

We have a new lot Gas Heaters that arc absolutely
ODOR LESS


Also a I'fw secondd Hand
Iareiges that wth will sell
vory cheap ull I and let us
m;ake you |ri>e on them


THE GAS COMPANY.


BEHOLD!
The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
Single Wagons. Steel or'Skein Axles
- $- $ 00.
Light Two Horse, either axle. 88.00 to
Reg. Twoo IHorse, 50.00
Timber-Wagons,.. $48.00 to 50.00
BUGGOOIES, Out of Sight:
Both PONY and'R ER ULAR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached and no Complaints.
('uitonenr from Amsterdam, Ga., to
Floridail 'east and numbered by hun-
dreds. And they are still coming as
Irfore, ie Is out of sight another in
Kold.
v FINALLY- If we fail to pleas. we
,&M O Ilelomnmend other Dealers in the city.
Respcctfnlly.
TULLY & YAEGER CO.
Tallahassee, Fla.


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SO per cent. of your Shoe BIl by bhving
A. H. S. TWINE
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First (lass'.Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Also we have'in connection with my shoe buainees the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
Cleaning. Dyeing and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your old
suit made new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repaqire hd Makes Clothes
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No tke.


No. 342 Clato.m StC


Tdhome No. 225.


NEXT DOOR TO PICK NEY'S R'STAURANT.


J. W. DEMILLY,
Veterinaruy Pysiclon
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Dental Work


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OFFICE


W. D. Pratorlus,


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TALLAHASSBE, PLA., A
General Builders And Contractorso
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

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


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

Address CECIL WILLCOX, Manager,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.
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from his Honor, Minor S8.
to the effect that manslaughter
Rightful place in thecarge giv.
ay m the ease, but had been
l the charge under a ruling
s ureme court. This fact shows
the jury rendered a verdict on a
that had no place in the case in
the verdict was rendered there
n O evidelces of approval aside
ti tnuridlate family of thede-
ni!t his attorneys, an when j
'lfld, a silent, crushed, be-
1 emrowd of citizens left the court
silent groups, realizing that
41 Ie gun thinkable had happened-
meditated murder had been
tted in cold blood and that man-
1gter was the verdict. Throughout
y following and up to the present
ou ecitisens are in a dazed condi-
realizing in this verdict the inse-
of life sad property with such
t laigs of Justice.
4 m 0 u.le conty mourns the untimely
*. of her favorite citizen the Hon.
lee T. McCarty, as an Irreparable
and as the courts of Justice have
to meet out adequate revenge for
assassination, may God grant that
death may be accepted on the altar
our country as a sacrifee for better
.Iv* Mmt, better alaehip, high-
9Uf*a ore tepon-
San-qualities for
e of Justice o our
shocked and stupefied
I r ofJ justice, itb
Sour iter submit quietly to
verdlet, apd depend upon our fu.
d"reety and protection upon the
up of higher plane of citisen-
a hIg'or re rd for human life
at the same time to endeavor to
-our' itlens that Jury duty de-
1 u the service of her most intelli-
Iet iteisns. It Is a deplorable fact,
Bi t- Jury duty Is shlrked by the greater
pat of those be.tqualifledto discharge
It; but this case has convinced the think-
lug men that the integrity of the soun-
1 ty must in the future bie safeuarded
More sealously. So mote it be.
Napeleem Iemepsute
showed, at the battle of Austerlitz, he
was the greatest leader in the world.
Ballard's Snow Liniment haa shown the
public It is the best Liniment in the
World. A quick cure for Rheumatism,
Sprains, Burns, Cut, etc. A. C. 1itta,
SRodea, La. says: I use Billard's
S now Liniment in my family and find It
i excelled for Kors cheat, headache,
e aorn, in fact for anything that can be
Reached by a liniment. .%old byi ardee-
a' am.ith CO. ..
OfMfst Go Te Racampusat.
The Bloxham Rifles are drilling and
preparing for the encampment, and
Severe. citizen of Leon county should take
a pride In and encourage them. After
drill in Jacksonville last week, Captain
Gibbons said to his company, and the
same applies to all compalea:
"I have recloved eversal letters from
the business men of the city, asking
that I excuse men who are In their em-
ploy. If I excuse the men whose em-
ployeea have asked that they be exeus-
ed, my command would make a miseras
ble snowing. a miht at uffer disband
^ mensit.
"I have, therefore, been compelled
to refuse to excuse single man, and I
exp ct to take to camp every man
w) as name is on the muster of my
c TO-i nd.
II ne matter of letting the men off
Will be taken before the board of trade.
and I am sure that that bxdy will en-
rdore the action taken by the offlcers.
It is the desire of the teoal officers to
have the Jaeknovillle troops make a
most cruditable showing at ilPeomcola.
and such showing cannot be made it
every man who applies for an excuse
has it granted him,
Capt. Gibbons further stated that
those mets who did not show up when
his comrmamd was ready to leave would
be arreet4l by the' Ftheriff and soit to
* Pu enutcoln. escorted tiy an oflicr,.
n Julia. Caesar
, was n man of n,, vi', but Hicknerts Icft
' Ite mark and he 1.cnee age'd lnwf-re
* his time. Sicknv.s. i. ftn r'uael biy
,torpid liver. liiibir' will refulati,
v your liver sud giv. you health. Mmr.
K (irrao Aualin, ifunhi, KanMsa, write.:
'"1 conidder Herbhie the IMl, tIn(d'.-
crie I ever heard of. I am never with-
out it," Sold by Ilardee-lknilth Co.n-
IF P~ny,


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J FodiT" Mt s, it is bee se
a- j. -,. yo ,r esare weak. It
J uiy( I b k of nerve fpore
weo ty* kes the itomacb,-
wek, w"ish a s ud lungs, etc., work
:s:^,*.epar s 1 -become sick.
rmtb(k* eor 's i. as n Dr. WNervine ures
bal I, s "a o, e athe uiek when it restores
o. Pl.tega, s _Ji b- h nerv6 strength, and puts
b standard. iadsomSe the 'power behind the or-
of Wilton velvet cover the soom. ga1s to do their work.
Altogether there Is proms of vawy
tasteful and pleasing Interior whean Alhagt thrn yearv I Tuffered from
the furniture is placed and the various ce 'sert tiu no' !or
ornaments arranged. wi comfr t, lor walk or talk
On the outside there is stilFa greit w tIt S Uing. rT-thr td notwas
deal of work and time raui.red to a e. M to -do m~ ~nyw'ol. I ha e4
the place presentable. Much of te un- many remedi that I dlid not ave
dergrowth, and someof the larger trees I .J of a ny ', ofthrm dolng meI
about the house have been cut away, at by ar I g" t r llet
but until the services of a landscape r hirt, .iii ;,tr,..r at fw days
gardner can be secured, no attemt a I aiI mi ',', ii' Oj ut I
will be made to layoff the group: s nvlori,,t, 1' r 1 ";',''AI" -0 ,n.I. X
Some criticism has been made about tlis am very rmt ..i .. I t b have
destruction of several large oaks in the stopr1, 11 1 1 I l' ,i f Wolutoel
park, but the' reason given for it should o r eturn FORD,
silence all aiiverHe opinion. # IIwimit A'-, \'W,r>'.,ter, MUs.
I These oaks were examined by a man Dr. Mile.' Nervin e I sold by your
well versed in foresttry, who said that uI"t.w ho til euarant'"e that the
the trees had nothing bt surface roots wit s n. your money. '"
and would nut last m awyears, beipw M e Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
liable at any time to be blown down in .. u., .. ., .*
a gale of wind. Such an untoward hap-
pening would of course be very unfor- -
tunate, and the wisest precaution r r, .
against such accidental marring of the Econom v Fence I
newly designed garden and park, was
the uprooting of these unsatisfactory If you intend to do4'enc-
trees, and their substitution by others ing, it will pay you to see
of sturdier growth. me before purchasing.
Weomnds, I*ls- *s 4 31 u. I am General Agent for
By applying an antiseptic dressing to the sale of the Economy
wounds bruises, burns and like injuries Fence, and know it to be
botore Inflammation sets in they may the very
be heeled without maturation and in
one-third the time required by the old BEST and
treatment. This is the greatest discov-
er and triumph of modem surgery. s
CKmborlsaln's Pain Balm aets oathls elM IS i-
sm principle. It is a ati-septic,
ad when applied to such liju1eseaes Can be built for*less.than
them to heal very quickly. It also al- 16 cents a Rod.
lays pain and spreevents and present
T WPapiBmilliam Roberts,
it will save you time &aa money, not to SALES AGENT.
mention the inconvenience adaufferinr
ach Injuries entail. For sale by all 40-tf Centreville. Florida.
druggist. -. ..--
A Triaph ef the Pr ess.
A recent tsue of the Live Oak Dem- | II1
ocrat give the reason why the wholeJ. I HORTO
state Including the members of the
board of internal improvement fund I Mr !III li
trustees, should feel grateful for the 104 MASONIC BULDING.
newspaper agitation which has resulted 4
In the work of that board, since itscre- Triknn, s nlll in fg
atlon, being closely scanned by the in- a S
veetigationeommssaion appointed by the red, 'Iuz II_
legislature It said: Shee t-Metal Work
Even if the newspaper men on the. .
stand and der oath could testlfj to
no definite, material facts .nevertheTess Al wo ^r in he l of
it was the agitation of the preom that A" work ln e lne
led to the investigation, and although Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
no great sandals have been uncovered,. .
a great mass of useful facts which the ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
people had a right to know has been
brought to light and the searchlight solht cited, and especial care
turned upon the proceedings of the taken to please my pat-
board for fifty yar past. There han
been no more ditinct vindication of the ron .
utility of the press In recent times In
Florida than the investigation which
has been in progress at Tallhassee; lm -
oriti bharl.yowuforfor ,.thepub dlum)nd1 n a 0 1all.
lie to know that a great trust, holding bI r S e a
extraordinary powers and controlling
absolutely millions of aet owned by _
tht people, has been administered hor-
estly, without,graft, corrupt or scandal,

been known but for the Investigation,.
and there would have been no invest
tion but or the persistent demands Prie t
of the preom. The newspae s have


narrow- nnded editors who have re.-'p
JoIeed whenever any editor summoned
to Tallahaiee was unable to furnh _C .
vieeabie defenders of the admminstra- A
tnon who seemed to think that an edi-.o lpIt I MAMI I MIO
sate government should have in hisa V r e u 8
specifc derelictionm before he gave voice E W i M Il
to the people a wish that they miht mh t ^ I
know something as to what wau being A! I II M I
done with this great tal. It'would W ORM W I I H
perhaps be saying too much to huist I .......
that such carping critics of the attempt I I f P AA P i V
to hie~ light thrown on a matter of I I M I II T
such supreme Importance were utlwor- 1 HI || In m IS J
thy It be members of press whea they "
n ngage in the entirely gratultous effort 136 Cum-F AVOMrTI T0MC.
of tihrwing up a cloud of dust to cover senam or evT&Ttes. i
the work of a board which appears-to ws srue Maases easv *v
hltv hHinfto reason or desir, to have it Bellard moS w Linlment Co.i
work hidden from view. *- --aom BO. I
The Timne-Ulnivn hopes this will not -" -- ,


he the last of such invest;iations, but FOR SAl.E BY IIARDEE-SMITHI CO
that the peopTe of Florida shial prove .--- -- -.- -.
tlir right to self-government by In.- ur. .r...C i
sistin from time to time on investiga- For Sol Cheap
lions uof he doings of every state board. A one and one-half horne power Gas-
and mal thing ones .at that-Times. line Engine for sale at a barlan at
Unleo. this office;


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TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


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Typewriters

ALL MAKES



Typewriter Ribbons

ALL MACHINES ALL COLORS


Write for Prices and Terms on New

andlSecond-Hand Machines.
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R.


C. Davis & Co.,


JACKSONVILLE,


A GOOD DOCTOR
Swill recommend
BALLARD'S

Every cough weakens the tongs, lowers the
I l\ I I .,, vitality, breaks down the tlsuesn and leaves
I the system in a weakened condition, causing
t to be more susoepttble to the cuonsumptive
uin r . a.,'q F sprop wil our
Su e cough and strengthen the system.

The ChildIren Like It.
Mrs. 0. H. Runyon, Stanberry, Mo., writes: "I have
aand ytonJ^lArd's Horehound B rup and find it a very
usef' nedici nte*:ghe t r-uods, and in fact all lung
troublhh. It In veryploasant to take, and we _ua-e no
trouble in Inducing the ohildre to tako It.. I recom-
mend It highly."
Don't wait until that cough develops into a more dan-
gprous malady. Save yourself and chUdren many sick
spells and Insure a long and healthy life.
C URES COUOHS, CO 8 SO LUNGS,
O AND AL. LU


25ct Mk and SlAG


Quick

Came


Snow Liniment Co.
SSO-O MNorth Second Street,


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fu er. was Istheotyt
nit Of thwek s=dma em us-


'v ta0in John Bt yeo r and wior of
rouh the cy ye.
ta ad visi t at
S pev. W. D. Lewlsof the ela


goo dition and work. an-
IAdd C;es Saul, P.1 6.
O2 Tall eFla. 33-tf
Very interesting revival services are
e 'i heldjat the-Baptist Church every
and the public is cordially invited
ttmend them.
S rns. Alex Jacobs returned to her Jack-
s, home yesterday, after a pleas-
*a viit to her brother and sister, L.
en and Mrs. Baer, and uncles
and Harmon Ball.
SM.arria Levy has sold his interest
Bros. "large store" in this city
for the North yesterday where
will go into business for himself. He
a ved here all his life and the best
6 e wio of his hosts of friends go with
Paper-hanging is an art, and John E
Spencer is the artist. So for up-to-date
paper-banging, see John E. Spencer.
33-3t
Dr. J. 1. Stepp, traveling salesmapan
for the Armour fertilizer works ot
" Jacksonville was in the city Monday
. ,ad made us a pleasant visit.
Mr. Dan. G. Pleasants, assistant sec-
Setary and agency director for the
h i',fda Life Insurance Company, spent
- -theflrst of the week in Tallahassee and
was a pleasant visitor at this office
W, Nenday.
Why is ItAhat Burns & Co. do such an
immense Shoe business ? Because they
Sarry the most popular brands of Shoes
In all of the latest styles and shapes.
and permit no customer to leave their
store until suited. 32
Real friendship never stops to think
what the rest of the world will think of
what is doing ...... Half of the journey
to success lies in the ability to get fair-
ly started ... Aftqr a man learns what
work means he mighty soon understands
what happiness is......The easier a
thing seems when you set out to do it
the harder it will be to accomplish. -
Live Oak Democrat.
This is the time to order your Fall;
Suit. Burns & Co. will have an expel)
rienced tailor at their store Friday and
Saturday, 11th and 12th to measure
their customers and to take orders for
Suits. Fit and Style guaranteed. 33


Mrs. Reinette Long Hunt has opened
her class in art at her residence. Class
Instruction will include drawing, paint-
ing in oils and watercolors; also, course
in practical applied design and illustra-,
tion, Special attention given students
in Chi'a painting with use of kiln.
32-3t.
Only three Mowers left in' Tallahassee.
They advance $6 each, Jan. 1st. Buy
one at a bargain now. 32-3t


SEE


If it is


with a cupal. uat 'I'klte5
If yeu nD a eeda.m
in and let use
ulavam. Only tbreefIs 05iW&
ie who pretends to be sicere be.
liever in the benefits eoferd on the
community by the ool and ehurches
stulfes himself when be votes for the
barroom, for the work of the latter is
to destroy the benefits of the othery-
Hon. Thomas E. Watson.
Fine Norses sa NMales.
A fine carload just in, at best prices.
Call and see them and get prices.
C. H. SCIo EAKER,:
27 Kemper of Stables.
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Works,
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Water






and Gas

fitting,




and Pumps.

II
E]^\II^%MvIbc t


THEM!


Dry Goods.


'Fr I ..',


In Good Company.


f One thing you can be sure
of--'when you er SCHLOSS
Clothing you are in the best
ICompany there is. 4l wyers,
Doctors, Business and Profes-
sional men-well Groomed, Clean
Cut Americans of the, better
type--Wear these splendid gar-
ments in every city in the coun-
' try. Ij Such Clothes are not too
e good for you, but you will find
them good enough, no matter
"m how particular you are.


Schloss Brothers & Co.


BLUES,


BROWNS,


GREYS.


$12.50 to $25.oo.


DUVAL BROS.


I have added to my millinery and fan-
cy goods business, a dressmaking de-
partment. Fine work and good style.
Patronage solicited. ,
Miss ADELE GFRARD, P
105 Cor- Munroe and Call streets,
Tallahassee, Fla. 33 Im
Ecamiont Rates to iBaibridge, Ga.,
On account of Hackenbeck & Wal-
lace Great Combined shows, Thursday,
October 24th, 1907 via. Georgia, Flori-
da & Alabama Railway Company. 9
For information, apdly to
H. O. HILL, Agent.
A. F. KUMMER. Cammerciel Agent, *
3 -2t "'-. .,


Popular Conductor Charles McKinnon
is spending this week with his parents .
and Tallahassee friends.
Mr. William Hamilton Dowling. a Attention
conductor on the Seaboard Air Line
Railroad, is being prominently talked
about by traveling men us a possible
candidate for gubernatorial honors in T -
Florida. He is a Wade Hampton Dem- TH E G
ocrat, originally from good old South
Carolina, and is particularly popular
with the t traveling public, particularly
so with ladies, who always receive the
most courteous care anf attention on
his trains. Are
Burns & Co. carry them and every
lad must have a pair, Boudoir Slippers.
sold in Red and Black, combination of Shingles
Beauty and Comfort. :i
Mr. George N. Footman was in the:
city last week and made, us a pleasant, OU eStil
visit, as he always does when he comes
to town. He reports all the ponds,
lakes and waterways in his neighbor-
hood full, and says the new railroad B u I I
now under construction goes near his
place, that a side track has been put in f
and a new village is fast springing up
at the Upchurch mills between Chaires
Monticello News: "Mis Elise Part-
ridge, left last week tor Tallahassee, GiJ
where she is now a bright pupil of the
Florida Female College." Qui cy
Mr. Raymond Rainey, who has been -U i-.,
employed with Levy Bros. in this city
for quito a long time, and who counts -
his friends by his full acquaintance, has
secured a situation at Moultrie, Ga.,
where his father now resides and left -
last week for that place. He carries
the best wishes of our people with him
for a full measure of success. "
Too many people bhrow trouble.
Nobody should allow th.- fear of future / ,"
disaster eause them to shlrk or forsake l.
the duty of happiness today.-South I.
Florida Sentinel


There are to) mnny men who expect
an editor to slave ip d,-fense of their
pet notions and hobbies, advocate their
views against the strongest opposition,
and then coolly withhold the business
support by which akone a newspaper
can lie.-South Florida Smatihiel.
) Rooms to Rent-Addreu W. L. Mar-
Shall, TUah- Florida. 88-tf
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H. ATKINSON & SON, I
Dealers in
HORSES and MULES. '
Fine Lot Always on hand '
for sale at reasonable
Prices. I


Tobacco Growers!


ADSDEN LUMBER CO.,
(Office In Quincy Florida.)


the people t


order your Lumber,


and Laths m. Let them furnish


rates on any k !d of


ding Material.

'oro for business, order now,


adsden Lumber


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Co.,


- Florida.


A Cup of White Hease or Blue Labe
Noca and Java Cotee
is what goes straight to the heart of
eveiy man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride In
our brands, as they have made our
store famous Just as good as the cot-
fee we sell are teas. which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but. the best of food.
products-tbose we have tested oeM
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. CoLLIs. Grocr.


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Clothing, Hats or

. Shoes you wish,

then it will be to

your advantage to

see


Walker (S BlacK.
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Mattings,,
Lace Curtains,
Cottage Rods,
Wash Bowls and Pitchers,
Clothes Hampers,
Cocoa Mats,
Shiffoniers,
Odd Dressers,
Desks,
Baby Carriages,


GLOBE-WERNICKE BOOKCASES,


OSTERMOORE MATTRESSES.


D. R. COX FURNITURE COMPANY.


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An Opportunity by Which You May Profit.

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

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


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.. .- */,Ian 0..7 .. . 7.//cassee, ta............/907.
.7hAi. .ntai /e .a.( ......... .......................
t, his e ,o/er of anVy ,H 76.00 Wigy hI Amy store pwovider/
the nmAer,.a un) nam, Ar ,on, wstt.ol e In /kt eoarewapon
uithA fl/sat st,6 dr/wuin on date poise iss to he drawn, 9.ece.,
2/st /907.


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


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The winning number will be determined, Dec., 21st, by drawing from the stubs.
The holder of coupon corresponding to first stub drawn will be given his choice of
any open or top $75.00 buggy in my stock. This is no fake. I am going to 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.


DL


CAY,


pust prooflong distance axels. Side
or end Springs. Gepuine Leather Seat.
Quarter Leather Top. Heavy Curtains.
Storm Apron. A Buggy that usually
sells for $60,00.................. 6.00


Cor. Canton a- Adams St.


Talaisee, FP .


Rugs,
Portlers,
Window Shades,
Toilet Sets,
Laundry Baskets,
Slop Buckets,
Shuck Footmats,
Waste Paper Baskets,
Sideboards,
Suits,


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