The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075917:00138
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In Public Office; Equal J0tIce to AII-oSp
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as o~ MUMNR* z~

no@efe no t o Mast Devises6

Kb memsas amuh% have so faith. in
banks, and thevS, when tjVe" av
860lenam"nea., esllueuon the pto.
esedeo apedhaul, d"re otrs
UOeb!ksLmM In a-beak or tUst ecu.
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e r ae l A p s product

nU jtt anim atnghe hmen

selfith Indvodual ia 18vioa a
and covetous, ever Mnl tia dvi
tagV of his fllowm
O"ai w st h ne oraaithfl
uand equate tompena
The selfish person professes religion
with a selfish motive. His Ignorantaa
stead of God. Threfloe, he propoeesi
deceive God and hlmeat the v by
model church member, n te is ma
deacon, perhapJs. And then how meant
monloqs and self-righteous he become
O Sunday he put m his fine sult a
his fine religion and leads in pray
with oily uneuounoe. On Monday-l
puta onhia buimhec uit andhpropeedsl
cheat, deceive and make money. i
time he grows rich, sleek and dignife.
and "a prominent, leading citizen. A
last he dies, full of years, of wealth
honor and famdl And--. The Lor
God llvetoi Where art thou, oh, ma
How is thine heart? s it Right wit
God and mant-Holmea County Adven

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4a1" aOiW 0n6 a of all desariptionsr
rte strangM devices to at
wealft and seek out plea
mk ang@ll1to Imagila ne neve

A Bete oofmeanoh w ter, A

Newi of tedt rk oecodtf hld. hao
ne, healars tocasld sfo ral tha. ho
eine the fo k or h

fou-d mnonetn wg a~g ervat gir
eodoed o~ramaesd we oa todho wu
r. ewas oftenei eearge of "

g ofG the ragged can d
w, he always e a ol tbog
oment bood wa lak on a
lam room Wated old sie gd ha

making for many ye -. Fa hein
a that o notw he kept the elp
ir btheiso and a search showed to erl
Sin note A Geretad n n theme.

The New York Poleth records wota
emany s ngular tricks for on e li th
stolen moneoby. The meot t bat
found in onnetion wt a sofrvant ghr
who worked f or a well-to-do s toop

er. She was often left "n ch rgo t
small shopat while the wantepropd to w
out on otherin basee.d o ape a hoi
when for many year s inal the e

nations. After two weeks har
reehim to wear the de ve fond te r l

poithe at now, here spt the wal tken a i
oUe. Nothing was found, ah nd, alo

er in notewas repeatedly inade both o
the rw York he oomlice anco all the pta
oshe mounbe tred to, no money wam

all hop, whilafterthe pprietor woe
outhe mtron, sothe tabuine that ady wt

e la k of ues.. Whreupon thM

mand ls, and behrldte er notms tell
41"dtspped the W

out of her hair. long withousard dollars
worth of bank notes were Ilns on the
dek when the matron 000 t wath u
plof ring athat w deful s t of waiThe
irall in sbiply he ha big demomi

nathe bionk noAfte between the heavy rol

of hair. The matron was found thegirlve, tbhe
harr-pualn episode in consideration of
no trace of the money. Her roomwn

Another old woman was being helped
by a rerlltable or nation, until ta
day a common flower pot, whisk
ptood he window sill, was kneakedn a
once. tNothing wa street by foundstray andt. Although
a broke on the pavement area both
the girlt the pr rooem ad all the place
neCOve1ed. -

retanleveral timee, and tawele t
the ma. she taunted that Ud it-

ber lack of ue Where m e
matron lost her tper, and, to tell the
h didortbi which made her b-

uspeted thief W the two women t
Intd am reula hairvul* ate M
WeAtem thief b ead a tP i t o

the bank note a between their heavy
tM U rsulthe e
Another old woman wa being helped

intotitreet trayt. Whenit
*pea d oft on the pavement. IM

te be a ta th ends *

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l|ere metey atui le toenf


l Raw)la hll Veies aed O9
(AppoWd Junea 31, 13,be
ative September lst I
Th ei Puare od a dI
bis BeW beraoe, a provided
All deal s om "'eedae I d
elso iritmoo f

qukeenesth The law as

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a IN ?t TO

an T Sa Th I WWTign Can eel
t .: A.b arw.
Rev.W. 4..Cprpater haz been leadi
Shis valuable vsie in the prohibit
o campaign lI D- esounty, and the t
towa tisW a ematat from on of I
timely and teo ec
ve Heo rated thth propoti
-t theat1Irear t e argument@
by 0t001o"M kAunaeay Blind'
va bua btto wontip
- N'tp
SHe argwdA bldtigersa coad
lut H-MALA d oo T a
fly becatoti6
a well o ton*t e x
y o. wherid ula eog aers t
S The t djryov ant tha
M ittm e e "busli th etea pae
h list oman nsrta where
e uea ae oa tm p froa the ai nt
e nal Rev aue cn by the eolI
.to Hes tatIetd os Was ano insult
a e er vpar l mar nhalnW ad p
on to y t t ie d otane," would tlouri
ind oount tw o dry, dm

n ounty takes reduced su a
. extety tohat the ea t n ae o ata
^ fto ora h geerl t Cnourt Jeci

f tone a de eiop taxes on the great .
had treated bied provemen In vd t

St had been p In thelu bvnky that t
S ihment of igoon hd worked w that th
t des for the fin ial prosperity of th
Splace.nse-this w
r to Tallaase pand dlarly of Gami no vil
where lhe lived a kx time, and of th
h the they would cam000 to the count
t stand that woul lost n two y Miam, tha
the county tx ve on redued 00to as reveh
Sexten t at rents, ewark hire, wate
ll fo cense the axRM etc foru eacit
p bardeelar inte tore oth re was Inreae I
St tate valokeper. One sinof blo000
Scounhicht wt from have000 to sell a$18,000 an
Sworthen 26or000 ia $252000, twohich wo
ti there would e onwhalf ot

196,000 go to the wholesae dealers and
Sathrer ty or thus bet a deed s to th
f dtion ta xends. We are totve
S e n bl000 in oimprovemento get tk
avenue to thek dpount
i l use Miami to lose oin Miami of her
o young man who emid he had not saved i
people out saof hid nearly all the demi
until e the sald o. They only liv e ra
n already, o20 inHe the banoriginak.
Y Mr. Carpeter iad f-",r- that th4
t sixteen in Meyers, of Cold pays
1. State s ,000 in licenae-thi- woud w
. to Ta real estate do Miamle no Tampa,
as t to he wou pay ce8,000 to thch shoun
t t ad tht wouldry and bshe t to Miami, t live
Sthe would leave only a000 anreealso

Sto eia. or go to i. Noe of4,250
Sa pay people, werk hire, bwate
i loo. and this would man e3,000 i
. ead whteh m ust be taken in over the
barbooten before m waty profitor

at to th aloo natural attrastIono ad
sHe ntursd that each saloon in the
Sworth a year or e 00st 0 whh awou
be expended for drinks by our people.
f Of this there would be one-hlf
1 .000 go to the wholesale dealers and
Sbrtwera ad thus be a ded o tolthe
c county. This then is the way the bust.
r ns Wi stand. W are to ive
I lawa 126.000 in order to lget ac-k
| $10-0 10 revenue to the county I
The speaker id that prohibition
would cause Miami to lose some of her
t peope. He said nearly all the demal
I modo& would so. They only live where
Swhimkey ia.sold. He reed th or"inal
i att fm Nan Meyer, of Coam-bu,
SGa. to a real estate dealer Tampan
| a&6 to a s plues ,which he

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!L teI othW i !tlow on the a
WW S a and insist oan
on vec wrong d
WOoaeve" tha one mai
koa- that- :r eleven were W
ti d dad e was no rear
ne-inm m them, and in fact we hse
bo tberb-. ouarelve. Noting ti
Strouble twelve ,ebv, all food
. tre asJurym ba old be, w oo
" times an tempted to belie .that tia
Sf ur ttat decided the fate of
ama ma on tal for his life by a Same
"vuan-up wW* not so far wrong eft.
l. Then there is thatother sm
Il about toamng a coin, and that other e
t about draw ngstrawaad thein ea
,itar a lot of them. O ame e Vw MM
: was decided by a bout withbo
A It es It was out Inels Uno. Nobra
a the home of BeN. thWa this pa~
S unelar man was oolM Wto anrv no
S ory..He was a ve mall man a
bu n he wa mb ma eeasety for ds
d that W^ AMp^^ ^asan fharawan
other lttl fellow onthe Jury, and th
S tittl ones wanted the accused a
e qiuttdwhile the a then tehouht h
tm guilty. The foreman was a grea.
t bk, doubl-fisated fellow, of the prim
Seast of ootaame, and he earrie
Sthe prtt mueak u be wished wit
M ten. H emadWeup his mind that th
0 meI on trial should e punished, am
Sthat sttlad it, exoerpt for the two itt
t tmaie ad ead p with locked ours
I t was early meoniglht when thet for
S an thumpe d the tabl rt hies
f ist, aOWth froa sc h ewrk hit to as t
bring hisa ly mgfots up to ha little
Slater of the minority two, he demand
e ad "Are you fllowe going toe ivoe i
Sto reason, and vote with us for eonvie
Stion ?It looked like hbe was ready to
Swallow the recaleltrnt- without salt
bu the little lender paed up abut b i
l beuld: "No. we wi not iv Ia'
d Thmen we ton will. We've got" eon
sn oe than you two."-Woman's Na
" tional Daiy.
i TaIsahos Wi 's Ch.
t. l Waiema' Otb aof Taaa
a eosvi ndis monthl lhtontb 1

a abesat who we rae aly Wamon the
e ready and willing wodare= a for the bt
t ermet of ur caital city.
i There was muh itetret manifested
In reports from the various committee
Sand te work for the tcurrentar.
e The report from the Hith Sheol rep-
o resentd It condition as being favor-
ba, with the exception of the want of
.that much needed bulldn t.
There is now an enrollment of 850,
s and pupil still eombin in. The order
iobsrved by the pupil was reputed to
r be very ood.
The Kindergarten department, in
charge of Miss MeConnell, has added
Several pupils in the peat fw days. It
t will be eotinued in the Room at the
I Laoo Hotel until that department, with
e the first four grades, will be moved nto
) the old Semino sbuIlding.
I imn Mario WeConnelof Kentucky,
. who camu to us well recommended, s
* ably ablAte by MUi Usale Tatum.
I Mt Susie Vanbrunt having fl led te
i place of the latter durib a short ab.
Sseatce from t mhe s ty.
The club dcideal to give the public the
benefit of an Art ExbOAc It Wexpostod
to be here the latter part of the month
of January 1908. ThIs feetures much
appreciated by those fond ot art, and
wea old do all I our powei toe ulti-
Svate this love in ourwyoud popola. One
Sinterating fact hod a be ax-
pressed by the m Ibersl to build tlmne
a chub bou or rooma ThA now In
the bank a '"nat for this purpose.
amount to o, Tb two square in
Scharge of tha =b were reported to be
in good eanditloe. The members of
Way"e Fqur Committee are looking to
put out more es.
We arm so glad to -a the pvements
exteading by d-grees. sood emwalks
ehas bs one aof the cherished hope of
the Wuoman's Club ase it. oraunlui-

din the management of Mrs. 8tusa

Iany to eukir ute beaotify, tin every
way possible, theaidewalkaadyards

J e^-**w-**'-**^-B ^-^^^^aw^WH

has mNeen "ae-W'
* appJoo ata. La SB
Tbe law has keiforeei
I member let, 1W 5,I -WI -
i terested ampl time to B
selves as to iNs eMulefmine lt
SJloetof the law isa mB I
impure, adulterated,
Ariou goods, to j the
ufacturer, or dealer, frome
o= tition ofthom aers

The A u of the klw

Ato 1t4hnstl of Item
visleO ee grloeatO the m
ilarhe tfiiet ode tate kw

action wi etam.en e, n
obit i e wi hopedbto the elselCa
of Agril ture for the a"ma.
Whi Im t n~ not the Ilntntione of
department to harshl terpret ro
ere with nde ur the law
and regulations. It wi require a
ufacturers and dealers to comply
the same and when t is found t t
law eis evade, ignored. pOedt
action will e taken.
It ais tU bte hoe that th "P
and Drug Lawm, lke tha M
FertiliawoLaw," sad the
stood by mand aturer,
consumes, thus protecting
honest manufactarer, dealer
eamer fron the fraudulent wnd
comjetltlon of the meahkersc o

%the mtanee
od eitslams of *e StateI
to obtain omly pure food and
their famlMelr wives saan
as well as for tbelr
tt t be do l est to
Arst-elMes for aterisre
we peassllaa the hmay 1 nefa-s
dealer, ase the a-Mr, li s*
Itwemaat f fthelaw. *h
t heae., wiD b4

'4" sa.


dag, ec t

man or other
Secta fion il
drop i, iIfo
hol, etc., a-a-l
As there nwe nU
malt and v *w|

nary beersftb
or meter owe=

neceda r yfmall 1.
Sm&l and Mua lp

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* Mr. Flagler's WorL
l Perhaps the power of Henry M. Flag
r f the development
Soandth olodofbar poplelarge
t passed away with the beginning of
war waged iatbimo and buow
forees drawing strength alike froe
Sthe nation, nfrom the state and from O
w iear opfl. Within the reasonable L
A tof Id sfe It Is, perhaps, too much t
d Wope that ash destrtUve agenles wil
t ase their power in th rebound
I -etter undetan bed a fn fulle
5 inowed o completely as to leave hi
a free to complete the works so carefull
t and thoughtfully undertaken. But tha
rebound must come, and in the near fu
f ture it will be Meen that he saw ou
needs before the statesmen charged with
'the duty of providing for them and tha
the work be has done is not only typoea
* of the American of today, but largely
prophesies for the America of tWeor
Struggling upward from the positi
6t an average American boy, his badi
ne ability took po ion of the weap
one offered all his kind, and he handle
Stem with eonsummmate ability. Grasp
g t e, he hewed a broader road th
declared by all men to be th. accepts
highway and glorifed as
American--the Standard Oil was one o
many business enterprises of exactly the
same character with many others thai
used the same man and measures-thb
summit being attained in a part a
instance on because the same weap m
were handled with greater sktil anl
aimed with better effect.
But, having reached the pinnacle of
business ucese, Mr. Flagr did not
stop. The eye that saw the poalftitleu
of the t Coatof Flda w it wa
ot a wilderness and provided the meag
ywteih that wildernmesswa to be peoo
I wae the eye of a *tate a
of beaiateas an oalyw oales.
~~ men mand the"- "
% M were to become rMal.
tia a thoe wastha ht have" ad
Blway womokt

a1 leeips aI aa
of to Bo th w
loe ad WaIN w

M.hmra b MAs Viet.o
ue x w-u I *abMi-me
Mr&Jo C. -l wBob.i s a. t

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CO~IA T~S* m m m m

JUST RECEIVED, very large assortment

of Ladies and Childrens Coats, em-

bracing all the latest styles and colors.

We are Agents for the


and are showing some of the latest styles

in Panamas, Volls, Serge and Brilliantine.

Order your LEVY BROS.
Suit from us. LV o

The Big Store.sut mToder.
To Order.

IAL AND PERSONAL ITRS. A Mest Worthy Artilke.
S-- When an article has been on the mar-
SThomas Ni. Evans, Dentist, omee ket for years and gained friends every
B next to. tsE gra Dentoht ce e it safe to call this medicine a
0 257. ef hwoutny one. Such 6 Ballard's Hore-
hound Syrup. It positvely cures coughs
e.. Fred. T. Myers has returned and all Pulmonary diseases. One of
S pleasant trip to Chicago. the best known merchant. in Mobile,
Go to Sweeting's and see the latest Ala., says: "For flve years my family
Bracelets, Pins and other novelties in has not been troubled with the winter
elry. 84 coughs we owe this to Ballard's Hore-
. hound yrup. I know that it saved my
n. Wm. M. Hollow i out again, Ichildren from many ick spells. Sold
recovered from his recent attack by"Hardee-SmithCo.
W. C. Lewis left last Monday for AaMsMesI eat.
|ashlaton, D. C., where he will m Iet I have added to my millinery an.t fan-
Ifamly, sad act as their escort back cy goods business, a dressmaking de-
>le Tallahsi e. payment. Fine work and good style.
A o BALB-A fine black mare, 8 years Patronage solicited.
Min good condition and works any- Miss ADBIL GIRARD,
here. Address C 8. Sauls, P. 6. 106 Cor- Munroe and Call streets,
S278, Tallahassee, 0la. 33-tf Tallaiassee, Fla. 33 Im
A avery fine assortment of fancy Brie-^^^ ^^^'
en*ro u lmontet t ah n ys w Mr. F. P. Woodward has beenamong
-the very latestthns to be o- Tallame friend, ain this week.
In the market, at Sweeting's. 34 his Tallahassee friends again this week.
. Have you seen those lovely Diamonds Mrs. D. H. Mays and daughter, Miss
.' gwting has brought fromNtiv York? Mary, have been visitin Mrs. Ma s
hy aren good to look'at if you do not brother, Judge C. B. Parkhill, this
buy them. 34 week.
Mrs. Frank P. Damon. Miss lessie Following from the Key West Citi-
and the younger son and daughter are zen applies everywhere : "If you are
baek home from a very pleasant num- 'iling something at a lower price than
mer outing at Baluda, North Carolina. anyone clw, and there is still a man or
a woman in the city who does not know
Only three Mowers left in Tallahassee. it, you are not advertising enough."
They advance 6 each, Jan. lt. Buy Mr. I'. T. Nicholson has this week en-.
one at a bargain now. 82- t argued and greatly improved the ap-
The Bloxham Rides left for the en- pearance of his already handsome Jew-
Iampment at 11 o'clock today. Talla- eiry store, and he and iss Mamie An-
hasseeans desire to see them prove one drews are daily arranging for the nice
of the very best, and they carry with things in store for their patrons.
them them our best wishes. LoAT English Setter dog. White
Mr. Willie lAvy has been on a bust- with small black and tan spots. An-
ness vioit North in the interest of Levy awers to name of John. Hada fresh
Bros. large store for the last several wire cut about 2 inches long on small of
days. back. City tag No. 68. Reward if re-
It pays to engage a good painter, turned to Geo.8. Whittlesey, at Clark
If you are going to have your house & Co., over True Democrat office. '4-tf
panted, engag" John E. Spencer. 88 8t --
Mrs. Perry 0. Wall and little son, TItOUDLBUS VBNLY DIVIDED
Ho ntoun, of Tampa, are visiting Mr. Here is i good one from "Vin.,"
and Mrs. J. P. 8. Houstoun. which should make us poor folks bet-
Mrs. Reinette Long Hunt has opened tr satisfied with onr lots and less dis-
hr eless in art at her residence. Class r<.ed to envy and abuse the rich:
instruction will include drawing, paint-I "Now. when you come right down
gin oils and watercolors; also course to good. sound reasoning Isn't it a
.-practical applied design and illustra- fact that the trembles of the poor man
ti,. Special attention given students and the rich mao are about evenly
t China painting with use of kiln. divided? The rich &m% has a square
32-t. nmeal and a canar v aImetite t he lor

Mrs. Patrick Houstoun returned this
week from a delightful sum er trip to
North Larolma.
Rev. A. L. Woodward, of Live Oak,
Is visiting his suni's family in Tallahas-
Misses Barrah and Clyde Raney, and
Master, Lamar Ianey, have returned
Itrm their summer outing la Ver-
m. oo to Reot--Af e W. L Mar-
7ua Tallshessea r Wt

man has a square appetite and a ca-
nary meal. The rich man wants the
poor man's appetite and the poor man
wants the rich mae's meal. The rich
man hasn't moser enough to buy the
appetite and the poor mas lacks the
funds to buy the meal. And It then
simmers Itself dma to work, which Is
the oealy thing which will grant the de*
sir* of each. It is the law of materse ad
we cat disobery It sad be kasp.,-
Live Oak Demasat.,

cmarel cases labrMIge, G. .
On account of Haekembeck & Wal.
lace Great Combined bshows, Thursday,
October 24th, 1907 via. Georgia, Flori-
da & Alabama Railway Company.
For information apilyto
H. HILL, Agent.
A. F. KUMMs, Cammerciel Aent,
lae Reuses ad Males.
A fine carload Jut in, at best prices.
Call and see them and get prcea.
27 Kemper of Stables. *
Two or three unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light house keeping. Ap-
ply to G. this ofade. 31-tf
The Sale of Pert Sea Lt1.
The old Fort Sai Lals property has
changed hands, being now owned by
Mr. John P. Robats. The house will
he extensively reaovated and improved,
and the grounds artfully laid out. Mr.
Roberts says he will spare neither mon-
ey nor pains to make it an ideal home
for himself and wife
This historic bit of Leon county was
once the site of a'Spanish Fort. Lonr,
before Tallahasse whsvilited by its first
white settler, Spahlsh explorers made
for themselves a retreat from the sur-
rounding savage, and called it Fort San
Luis. A never fa"l spring of ice-
cold water enclosed thin its walls,
prevented the p lbWuty of suffering
from thirst in the event of a siege.
Pieces of old armour and flint arrow-
heads have beeo tuned up from the
soil, in latter year, giving indications
of skirmishes between the Indians and
their hated Spanh foes.
Since then, ,Dw eW, many years have
passed. and all I of a fort have
gradually disappeared Fields have tak-
en the place off- and have been
tilled and tilled b. A comfortable
house has replae the old log huts, and
the springs bbbes up amid shining
pans of mTik and asam.
The last owner the property was
Prof. E. DuBe, ~- viniter, who
again brought t into promi-
nence by.his f--- Acre'upon
acres ofdele ap pes ripened on the
hillsides, to be later, and made
into wine. went dry," and
wine making e Welved its death
blow; Mr. DmBo*1 sought
a more co viialty, and placed
his vineyj anto1 bands of J. T. Ber-
nard and Son, who have ust effected a
sale to Mr. Robert.

Sick headache eaed by derange-
meot of the -Mh bytI .-
Chamberlains leTab.-
lets corrects is and e*ect
aerar Wh ta~et assaoon
asthe 6rsthe easea
rAe bw *.

A Word About


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
beat quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be the
purest of their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.

R. W. cobb, Drug eo.
East side of Monroe St.

_. Doa't Have Your Cart Work
Botc ed at the Mi.
I buikdthem under a
Guarantee, have built
hundreds and buid
more every day.
For prees write
W. H. Adklnson.
P. O. Box 4.
STdalshbiees Forda.

STSPmnIA am ImulSea.
Cotpato. Sour o ick Head-
ache, Malaria, TorpLd v.

on the Iead evesea-
inag perfect 1 digest
of the food. elss ste a mb,
late the bs. re *r- a
ent per a erey cew
theem l tr ftn
Defas ON a 4

The Now Terk Suaday WeWal l
Mshr BEarth's nmrst M ppe.
It costs but a trifle, )et up _m. e
with facamtog rsuug for evera tfbr
writers amad artia ,re paid the hhKt
salaries, and ito eult ls: Yeu smeuld
order ma t SunMy 'a World at ones.

One maruuws- ase oms Mais for
One. 1:w ruesos n orade
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tmhevt botm, the

2 In to 6p t he norT ut
t Jofli h 4 ds f has trl-
Paroe maw r
Irmemrly rsecondin t
a-s fallen oWat 86 I mt., ad
Ilie of fone-bah.
"l41t of softwood ;is over four
66t' bf hardwoods, yet ItIsdo-
f||Wheria I.

maacuteof rheamiodi efitsalI

w h of hardpp. woods to be
I omr I hebll alotls
tatesd On th-emagro
fiW, W, ve ( ,aoi a

to b^aafe tor anProd frow
rec*liS ls c*utti, te produ

kdinds of r sieh a etral
W dr T he ^ harwoios and ct
s and clitl Mat c mDbn tod ake he

t1 e the Au a besod-
tod te as.t atit hal ahbei y
.",am .. .toMi. theApia-
iuMntain. Thenty bipn
o iMlof hardwood time rplia
tf rh 70Stat,0 acre ofh fow
I l to be fo Prott fromiI
rankles cuttin they adne
. t Ia kinds of tim a r, iarne theimrm
Il and climate combine to make heavy
Stprelahs1n forest has been so dam- i
tIln the past thatnt will be years
0foraeIt woldagain roach a high state
6f prductiveness. Twenty billiontfeet
of biordwoods would be a conservatie
wsathatoeof the annual productive s-.
nty of. the 74,000,000 acres of eforqpt
In lo nthe Ap lachains if they wpoee
,l pee t a shortage in hardwood tim-
" theat 116, of the Forest Service,
Smdtd "The Wanin; Hardwood Sup-
. e ~ upon application to the Forester,
S st rSevice, Washington, D. C.
As Awtal.C eagh Cred.
S' yawoeuagoe oulittle irf had a
. to the pmmalaa,'whMc lef other with
en< awful s ex She hada@"Heof h-
I Io, la Uk1e one wlth t he I
mu, s m thsomue -oght sherd
we at all. We gtabottle of
SCough which
ah al easd- e a o 1h

The fame mst mm i but a aelf-
b yherl. W we
SL.b, a a.- e ,t.

l t a a -in a .
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ni....A WW g^w W -Pg *-y

ibel d- essg f theyear for
4. awl%
AMA e to T i
easeses **ftse;=

To tb r e vogtr of the State

I am a e .dldat for the nomination
to the United Statesa Senate In the
Demoratic primary o be bald In 1908
and a mooe tde fI UW platbrim of
p WE .ar', 4.. -ask the sup-
prt o a ra," paO. ..
lest-A c-- ~~vdttkwe' a'erdment
Nmiti" te franchise to the white males
of ad ow t21 earsofae.
Seooc-StaterobJe ltM of the sale
of latmo-uating Uquor, aad Oederal
pr oLbit o the shipmet of ntoxi-
l ati into prohItt tate.
T A strict d riid, but fair
and wt.se, rsqutio and epatrol of the
nment over intertate re and
the equally complete JurIsdiction of the
State over hA commerce within It
F th-thpreserato of the
a nd o their gvenments in all
Of 2. 2 Mt powers,
m t In Its whole delea gt o e.tu-
JOan 8. Ba&XD.
It S economy to hire a good work-
man, a for hinting, ealoemiug and
aper g ge J0ohm 3. 8peer.
Pos SLw.-G Range, good as
new. 80 North MonroeaStrt. 80-tf

The "a-y" Mattress.
Made of 46 lbs. of pure cotton
felt in layers like cut-High
Grade 'Tieking-French Roll
Edge-Imperial Stitched-Guar-
anteed in every way the equal of
the "Ostermoor" or any other
$15.00 felt mattress, you to be
the judge.
Order e to-day, sleep on it
thirty n te, and then if you're
not absolutely satisfied your mon-
ey will be Immediately refunded
without question or quibble.'


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Jett. D. Perrell,

General Rf aer. Shop.
Horse Sh by an ex-
pert who had years
of experience. .

A porOt of t e phIblie
patronage it 9olleoted
and lats tfaetIM guara.*
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lancy Goods,

Notions, Etc.

SMiss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.



Pancy Work Material a Specialty

Heavy and Particular Hauling a
Specialty by
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
flows, papers, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and GradeV, same
bukl and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further particu-
la or address P. O. Box 286 Tallahas-
see. FIn.

Thisg, Puamboug

SgsMetal Worck

All work in the line of
Bootes, Gutteringff, Spout.
ag, and Sheet-Metal Work

tem to i ple my pat.

PMh a Sped*,


Chols Fresh IBread
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for sale by the lead-
ing Groers



Lumber, Slats,

Heading. Siies.


HIckery, Ash, Popular in Special

Sizes and, Length a SpeIalty.

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Owing to the situation near the junction d

St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers and within a
miles of the Gulf of Mexico makes it an 14il
resort for the sportsman and pleasure seek .

Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had.

OWNd for


Pihing and Hunting parties fu e
Convenient to all the Gulf Spin
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager. |

Air Line Railway







Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYSTON, JR., Assistant Genil Pasenger Agent,
Jacksoovilloe, Florida.

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Taaliamse, FlaP.


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Satisfaction uarate. ive me our order

Prowst ellvery,

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

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. We are carrying a sie stokof oor-
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ojde Cme aid -*eles t what you l
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Suabeqrlbe to '-asm Dueut

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Newest relations

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ba Idcobs.


P. T. Ncholson's,

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J 6o L. 1 lre-hehe.
atoerd as 1 .mad CasM MakIferO Ml 1, 1MN, at
owe PoOt a06 at Tn>lo... lleMa. under
Actrdt CWmmof Monk & M.

06. In Titn haop uluiln. CAn r Adam. d
Cliinton strws4 TelephoneNo. 1W.
Be srriptlmo, 1.00 Per Yar In Advance.
Adveartjiotw Rats on Application.
The Trae Pmscret s tie Offital N ewoepr

Talabassaee, Frtday, Octber IS, 19.

Whbkhy d'vetlmsenta ane not Meptd
and Inmlrted ta this newsapr at any prie or
unde r m endithions or erumtanee Not a
s*Iam on*e Ih eve appeared In it.
The Chipley Banner truthfully says,
"The law's delays are often responsi-
ble for the laws that are degraded."
"It is not always the wisestman who
tells the world the most, nor the man
who has the truest heart that shouts the
loudest toust."-H. B. W., In National
Congressan Frank Clark, endThos.
W. wielding, a well-known young at-
torney of 8tarke, have formed a co-
partnbsl for the practice of law in

What's the matter with cooper any-
how 7 He tried to break ail not long
S ago, and Is said tobegrowing sleek and
fat, instead of beaf a puny and sickly
Invalid a It wa oee rumored that he
was. ________________
When a man denies to another the
right to his own opinion he at once en-
slaves himself. And what is more,
there is a ase in which he foreoee
his right to change his own opinion.-
Gainesville Sun.
Woman's National Daily says: "It
may not be true, as It used to be, that
"Uncle Sam is rih enough to give us
all a farm," but the ght sort of a fel-
low can buy a good one from him aw-
fully cheap and on mighty easy terms."
Governor Broward has appointed Ed-
Itor W. B. Crawford, of the Pensacola
News, and Editor Frank Harris, Ocala
S Banner, as delegates from the State ot
Florkla to the Conference on Combina-
tions and Trusts, which will convene In
Chicago on October 22d to 25th.
The price of board has gone up in
Tallahassee, and the question that will
naturally come before the house at that
extra session of the legislature will be
an increase In their salaries, and their
offierN' and attaches' salaries. The rise
In Ilard took place too, before the ex-
tra Pession to a certainty.
Editors L'Engle and Reese, of The
Sun, have been facing the courts in
Manatee and Hillsboro counties this
wick. Up to the time of going to press
Tallahaesseans have no definite news of
the outcome of the trials. Later we
learn that they came out on top, and
that the cases were dismissed..
If Editor Frank Harriss and Ocala do
not get a swift move on themselves,
Tallahassee may convene a coming out
convention before they do yet, and if
she does, Editor Harris' exhibition will
be as a little side show to a circus.
That proposed extra season of the leg-
iulature will be about as fine a scheme
for political purposesas thechosen ones
may desire, and the people, they will
pay the freight.
It I claimedl that complete returns
from ull precinct. in Dade eentmy grave
a wet majority of six votes, and ternm-
;ieraoi people all over Florida sympa-
thizne with the temperance psopl. in the
dl.f'a't. for they made a noble fight for
mrnoreIty and all that lbent down there.
The Metropotlh, of Miami, made a
h|I| isu:id fight a, a newspaper, along
Wi'h it i' .ut pe'eplh' fr qbriety anU
sB.'nit barrooms anudi evlao, sad the
mmii t majority shnws the g(od it did.
it in reportedl there wan frauds

and tt'e election will be e tested by
the' to iiperancf, flor' -m.
i' i- not too eUarlv now to begin pro-
atriti-rus for the very Iemt exhibit at
the ,mimpa and l)eFunink State Fairs.
ai- ur p oKple' should take the mattter
in hi ,,I at runce. Let IAton .how the'
wo id amnd the balance of Florida, par-
tilularly, what can be done by this
eount%, when it is gone at right.. Let
tif*'l.ard of Trade, the County Com-
rhii loners and the City Council take
h.ll ,,f the matter for proper conaid-
*.aIi on and discussion, and then devise
, .. nd mass s and encourage our peo.
I, s whole to get bey.
Cull a ta Advertiin with us. -

TeAT asuase ara esw.
The Talahasasee correspondent of
the Savannah Morning Newe continues
to prate about the calling e an extra
session,, as if the almost ,nm-mnowmly
expressed sentiment of the people of
the State, as reflected in the newspas,
pers, had not already most emphati-
cally condemned the proposition as one
fraught with danger to the public inter-
The holding up of some of the ex-
travagant appropriations made during
the recent session has not appeared-to
work any very great hardships, so far
as the public is concerned. By a wise
and conservative arrangement, secured
by the Board of Control, the appropria-
tions for completing the necessary
buildings for the University and the
State Female College will be available
at a fixod time, thus enabling the board
to make contracts based upon certain
future payments. No action by the
Legislature is therefore essential, ae
far as the educational interests of the
State are concerned, and nothing the
Legislature could do, short of inereas-
ing the tax levy, could add to the exist-
ing condition with repeat to such edu-
cational appropriattuos.
The eorrespondmt referred to, who
conveys in his style the impression that
be is quite close to the administration,
avers that it does not necessarily imply
an additional tax levy to urge the call-
ing of an extra session, and darkly
mentions certain "special funds" which
could be diverted from their original
fixed purpose, and spent, if only the
Legislature would assemble and so or-
der. What citsen desires so irregular
a thing to be done? The "snug bal-
ances" reported as being held in the
treasury to the credit of these special
funds may excite the cupidity of an ad-
ministration which cannot lay its hands
upon all the cash it desires to spend,
but the sacredness of such funds ought
to appeal with strong force to a people
already overburdened with heavy taxes,
and to a Legislature purporting to rep-
resent such a people. Hence it is by
no means certain that any of such
"special funds" would be diverted from
their purpose to fill holes in the general
fund of the treasury. The correspond-
ent admits that "a popular outcry"
would forbid such a diversion of public
But the "snapper" In this remarkable
correspondence is in Its final paragraph,
to the effect that "the Governor is a
firm believer in State Life Insurance
as a panacea for the ills of insufficient
revenue." The irrelevancy of this re-
mark is apparent, unless it be taken as
a hint that the Legislature may be con-
vened for the purpose of establishing
this pet scheme of Governor Broward,
urged as "a panacea" for the difficul-
ties now confronting the financial de-
partment of the State government.
Just in what manmier the adoption by
the Legislature of this wild and crazy
fad of "State Life Insurance" can fill
the State treasury, .and enable the
Treasurer to pay the legislative appro-
priations of 1907, it would be difficult
to imagine. Such a scheme would have
to be heavily financed at the start, be-
fore a dollar of returns could be ex-
pected. Payments to the State for life
insurance would create a fund-not to
be spent for appropriations, but-sa-
cred to its special and holy purpose of
protection to the families of the in-
sured. Hlow could such fund be used to
make good the difference between the
public revenues and the extravagance
of the last Legislature?
The facts appear to be, that Gover-
nor Broward is fairly aching to all an
extra e mion, to ooen the report of the
Internal Improvement Fund Investigat-
ing Cemmioalon, in the hope that his
administration and that of his immaedi-
ate predecessor may thereby he "vindi-
eated," and that the LegiuIature may
possibly be also induced tu take up and
puit through his pet life insurance I
scheme. If he does call it, as he prob-
ably will, every citizen uf Florida will
know why

1Tfe shritf und hie deputlep made a|
good haul on :trmniletrs this week hag
Ring alout ten negro cray shooters, aad
crap shooting wtn the direct cause of
the shooting scrale last Sunday night.
One of Tallahw4see's lit colored citi-
v.enn visited a gang of them, that were!
ruining his boy; the result was, an as-
sault on him. lie is now in prison, a
crap shooter is dead. and t he balance
of the gang and the "blind tiger" of
that gang, should all be put where they
could do no more harm. There is said
to-be another operator on the suburbs
of the town In another lolality.
Kindnes it thegokldiehain by which
society is bound together.-Goethe.
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S we will se" e 6aet(
ol F l who aretae fi ui6s
,tatements of subOerlptism ,
coat. MThe cost of papw OW "
mte is now so high it ib shalet*
e- y for us to make edlestlons
that way. Please be prompt aid help
us meet the urgent obligatms that
steal against us. The amounts due us
am aS small, but to us it means consid-
erable, when collected together, and we
asure our readers and friends we will
appreelate a prompt remattenme. If his
all paid in promptly it will tide u
thrAtgh a tight position, sad we will
endeavor to show the proper aprecela-
tion by giving you a better newspaper.
Remit to us at once.
The unanimity with which the State
reas declines to enthuse over the can-
did of an of the so far announced
Sfor governor is somewhat
rL ble, to say the an ives
us renewed cause for w
were correct in our cone o of mne
weeks ao- that the people had iawn
tired of shouting for cadate who
wer lined up with either of the exist-
ing political factions of the State, sad
that they are ready to espouea d sp-
port some man Known to be clean ad
able but without factional entangle-
ments. Who that manu isto be we ea-
fees we do not know, but we are nope-
ful that he will be brought forth before
the campaign becomes very old. adi-
son New Enterprise.
William D. Bloxham will fll the bill.
Floridlans have done much for him, and
If he has retired from politics he has
Just taken unto himself an excellent
young wife, and he owes much to his
people. Bloxham can bring all the dif-
ferences together and make things har-
monious and lovely, and Bloxham should
be our next Governor.
They can't accuse Frank Clark as a
belated arrival on the prohibition plat-
form for political purposes. He preach-
ed prohibition from the stump long be-
fore it was a State issue or was thought
necessary for political success.-Live
Oak Democrat.
AAduse him of what they please they
can't rub dut the fact that he is one of
Florida's very best and most useful
public servants and citizens, and he and
his life and his work are as clean and as
clear a Florida sunshine. Frank Clark
Is all right and is always to the good,
always standing up like a man for
The Miami Record editorially begs
forgiveness of the peop e of Florida for
its share of the work of having "In-
flited" them with Napolean B.-Tam-
pa Tribune. Hit 'em hard, Brother
Stoneman. We democrats in this neck
o' the woods are with you in your fight.
Tavares Herald.
May the good Lord forgive those dear
brothers, all who did. That's one sin
this newspaper will not have to answer
Both Clay and Orange counties went
dry by small majorities last week.
Leaves, we believe, now only 8 wet
counties, and large portions of some of
the 8 have voted out whiskey, just as
Carrabelle, one of the largest precincts
in Franklin did. Let the good work go
on I
The Palm Beach News is one of the
neatest, as well as one of,the newsiest
weekly newspapers published in Flori-
da. It is printed on heavy enameled
book paper, neat in typhographical ap-
pearance and scarcely has a typographi-
cal error in It.
The story comes from Tamps that
General Manager W. B Denham is
slated for promotion to the position of
General Manager of the new Atlanta,
Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad.
This would take Mr. Denham out of
Florida to Atlanta, and while we would
all rejoice at his promotion, we would
hate to imdee aM from our ltate. He is
a native product, long identified with
the railroad development of Florida,
and his rare personal qualities and high
success in railroading have won him a
hLt of friends who want to keep hima
on his native heath. Live Oak Demo-
The Live Oak Democrat says, "agaia
th,, rumor gets into'th preat that Gov-
,rnor Iiroward will be a candidate for
th' United States Senate next year. Wi

begin to suspect Uhet there is something
in It." Being a candidate Is one thing
1Mid becoming a United Statex Senator
is another. Elections, by m itaaa, rarely
ever happen the second time, and wedo
not believe Florida's Napoleon Bonsa-
parte will ever be elected to another
high office. Either Mallory, Beard or
Trammell, we believe, would suit the
people of Florida beet, under all the ex.
listing circumstances, and it might not
be that qpr governor could conveniently
carry Isaiah Cooper to Washington with
Drop a postal card addressed to John
E. Spenser, Box W and yoau can get
the beat palater aa pela in
he city.

The newspapers elJorMw awe fue
eriticism of the owernor to bis natisen
Ia reprieving the negro "Dock Mack,"
at Jacksonvllle last Friday, and the fol-
lowing from the Live Oak Democrat, is
a fair sample of it. Will he never quit
such contemptous trasetions, which
always gets him further into hot
We have always given Governor
Broward credit for coneientious fideli-
ty to his duty to the people of Florida
as their Chief Executive. Many of us
have differed from him on many ssues,
but that he has always believed himself
to be right and has been sustained by
the approval of his own cbnsclence we
do not doubt We even believe that he
has that approval in his remarkable
action just taken in granting a reprieve
for thirty days to the convicted n
rape fiend in Jacksonville, sentenced to
be bung today. But in the name of jus-
tice, decency and civilization, what
reason was there for the reprieve ? The
people of Florida are entitled to know,
for In this matter of criminal assault
upon the white women of the state b
nearo brutes, they are sensitive beyond
aldquate expression, justly so- and that
evn In slight degree, executive clem-
ency should be extended to one of these
venomous reptiles after clear proof of
lt and legal conviction, something
that is comprehensible to them.
The Jacksonville rape fiend had a fair
trial; Was legally convicted; able attor-
neys were in charge of his case, which
was taken to the supreme court, and the
Judgment of the court below affirmed.
Tie Board of Pardons was next ap-
pealed to. and after thorough investiga-
tira that body declined to Interfer, and
the death warrant was issued,
to-day as the date of execution. Now
comes the reprieve for thirty days and
another appeal to the Board of Pardons.
The peop don't understand it, andthey
want an explanation. Is the law ispo-
tent? Are judgfoeuts of our courts
worthless? Is there to be no legal pro-
tection for the white women of Florida
against this hideous danger, this fate
worse than death, lying in ambush every-
where around them? Is the bad effect
of executive indecision, so painfully
manifest in the Cooper case, to be re-
eated in the case of the negro rape
Nobody wants an innocent man hung,
of course, but in this ease the full ma-
chinery of the law has been applied,
nothing has been left undone, the Board
of Pardons has searched carefully for
any undiscovered equities which the jury
might have failed to see, and after all
th the Governor s reprieve comes as a
shbock to the whole State, and appar-
eatly there can be no excuse for it.
If there is any creature in the wide
wide world utterly beyond the pale of
human clemency, for whom the human
heart should never feel a throb of pity,
and who should quickly receive the
sternest of human justice with no weak
and base alloy of human mercy, that
creature, that reptile, that monster of
crime and cruelty, is the negro rape
fiend of the South; and the people of
Florida want to know why their Gov-
ernor has saved one of them from the
death that was due him to-day.
L'iagle-Reese Trial.
From several short telegraphic mes-
sages received this morning at the office
of The Sun it is learned by The True
Democrat that in the celebrated case of
proceedings against Editor Claude L'En-
gle and Associate Editor J. H. Reese
of The Sun, both have been acquitted
of the charges of criminal libel, which
were preferred against them in the
County Judge's Court of Hillsborough
Both defendants left Tallahassee a
wesk Ao for Manatee County and then
rturTne to Tampa to appear before
Judge Robles, the complainants in the
case beng Peter 0. Knight and Wal-
lace F. Stovall the former a prominent
attorney in this State and the latter
the editor of The Morning Tribune of
Tampa. The case, which was aprelim-
inary hearing, was commenced Wednes-
day morning and only found its termi-
nation at 11:80 o'clock Thursday night,
when, amidst the intense expectation of
the large assembled audience, Judge
Robies rendered his decision and dis-
charged the defendants, Meassrs. LEn-
gle and Reese.
That sentiment was extremely in fa-
vor of the two Tallahassee editors, even
in the very home of the two complain-
ants, was evinced by the audiene aris-
ing and expressing Its approval of the
decision of'the judge bysindulging in its
approval by applause. ta taw of the
details of the case have been received
at the True Democrat, but that it was
a case surcharged with interest, and
that the citizens of Tampa were on the
expectation of denoumpts and unua l
testimony, is evident fromg the fact ttat
the hearing was held by Judge Rotles
in the taro court reen of e Chruit
Court,which was crow ed from the be
ginnin of the case natl its end.
The institution of the suit for crimi-

nal libel, which has fallen by the way-
side, was basd on the publication in the
July 13 issue of The Sun which contain-
ed a story and a series of remarkable
telegrams, which the defendants de-
clared were forgenes and which the
editors of The Sun said were reproduc-
t ins of originals sent and which they,
Claude L'Engle and J. H. Reese,
claimed involved a conspiracy against
the editor of The Sun.
That Mesars. L'Engle and Reese
wee d to meet a stubborn fight
wpreiinary bearinr came up
is a well hkem faIt n Tallahassee and
they have been busy for weeks aad
mostin their prepmratis to make
0* their ets anbt. ad ia&
soa tAe- a m e-
rim" srirf ti

Ste bg- Ihdder
bh uw 1 to ta rasdeo: e
a a taxed people. The -mpt ule
the rage m baa ha to carry is
to Mase omd a beat of the Ala e
Taxed on the place he does buslasas l
taxed on' the gdt therein, taxed t e do
special articles, taxed on yhat bhe makes
oqt of the raw material, taxe8 to ael
his wares, troed on the money he haas
made in boiling the goods that have al- i
ready been taxed, taxed to vote. taxed
tor his cow, his dog, taxed by the goa.
enoment in tariff duties on a lare prow-
portion of what he eats ad wea
taxed onthe home he live* n-an-d a
last held up by the coffin truatand tawWu
for the box that contains his poor m -
erng,duat." And the "end onit" loast
yet, for the Powers that Be are, at ths
very moment, planning an extra s a4ei "
of the legislature "for machine pol1tif
cal purposes," under other name, of
course to heap some more of the same 4
tax burdens upon the people of Floa.L 1
That extra session of the legislature is
a-coming, or all sig& s fall.
Napoleon B. couldn't soothe the bit-
terness of his feelings agalst the ral.
roads long enogto confine h f to
the subject of the meeting at the Moa .
phis convention. Poor Judgment d.
bad taste. But there are others.-T 'w.
pa Tribune.
hearing inwhich they have come t0 i
glorioualy victorious.
Friends of both editors in this t ,t
when the result was announced. hee,
were elated over their suceess asm ,k-.
tidipato their arrival home Frinday laht
with wreat plesure. .
TLh word from The Sun office Friay
morning is that a complete and ubi 4
ed and detailed account of the haa
will be given in the columns of The im
and that it wall be from the pene s
Claude L'Engle and J. H. Reee.
"Waltz me around again,Willie, around
and around."

often ends in a sad accident To heal '
accidental injuries, use Bucklen's Ar-
niea Salve. "A deep wound in la
foot, from an accident writes Theo-
dore Schuele, of Columbus, O., "cased
me great eain. Physicans wwren hep-
loss but Bucklen's Arnica Salvo quil
hesled it." Soothes and heals burs .
like magic. 25 cents at all druggists. *
IleshanRm ifels
Our military company dressed in ful
encampment equipment, mnarched
through the streets and then to the do.e-
pot to take a 11:30 special train for the
enampnment at Fort Pickens near Pn-
sacola. They are a fine, healthy, Jo,
and moral set of young men and TalOW I
hassee is proud of them, and we all feel
sure they will compare with the very
best in every respect. The True Demo-
crat wishes them a pleasant and pie-,
table outing at the encampment.
The dancing lessons and dances are
being enjoyed very much by those of
our young people who attend.
our splendid new ads this week.
0 Mirs. Burr and Blitch, of Florlda'.
Ralroad Commission, have returned
from Washington, D. C., where they
have been attending the National
sociation of Railroad Commissioner. .

j R.J. PI








and Gas


gasoline enginess

and Pumps.

h '4 f4~f


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'o, I*

don rld-

I be=en M e" ins
has bern aetiwly gaged Io thto week
It estimated that 100,000 die every
year th victims of studigdrink.
Boy are the raw material of the sa-
Let the liquor erowd los the boys,
and we wiU lee the saloon.
%h- % Vm. I
A Wrd to our Merebats.
Undthemselr the a wo-atorl head wo
&Au the folOwing timely talk, to hV
mery hant m atd m uslay- e by editor
Peacock of th o run a pera t:
o me otour mverhtisa an o carrying
an ive sn th Advout o-a maJork, f of
thbrig aht not. Tbems of who areas o hearing
the on aly doing thof revenue that a paboth to
t hem s from elves as well advto us. Those who
donotcarre padn th paper arsed.n
thare o tmselve a wrong-and while another Imdo-
W us any Tory great wrong, they ca'-
proveare not do give you any oodby not
at costs money to run a paper. Th ,,
cotsimprovne to advort money and we
can live and et out every tslwk from
bright noway It, any ones of iyoterest to the
common this pwhichr with tpublishe ide thun
less it ha money to do so with-and
the only source of revenue that a pa er
mouhant at from ist, advofdtsem nts. Tho
subscription alone wouldn't begin to
pa for the paper used.
e have made some improvements in
the paper since we've obeen hereo, and
arne o the eve of making other in t
proat you haent to give you a first-ocka
alhoe, dprint, country paper. ThYou
improve of yent wil cost mon and we
believe that advuffcient advertn from
our home merchants to make these im-

space in this paper with the idea that
you ae contributing o much to "char-
Ity." But we do want each and every
one of you to take some space-a small
amount at first, and increase the site of
your ads an you realize profit from
them, and treat the investmentle- n ad
vertising dothe s ame ay, you would
any other business proposition, by giv-
ing it the same time and attention that
you would ane milvalents o dm of money
that you have Invested in a stock of
ahoes dry goods, groceries, etc. You
ill yearn see wo rin advertising payd-
a larger return upon the same amountch
of money as otherwiseful business mend
Some of you, of course, wilre isnever
believe that advertising ps-that'nd ldi
your belief and no fault of advertising;
while others are satisfiedd that it pays
some people but not some"-hinthat's
me'a faulttention that t
Now there's no use talking, gentlehats
men, adrtisin doespublic will dor therest.
never would bemillionts bout adollarsspento it,
every year for advertising un earth thand-
somey results were achieved from such
practice by the successful busineoa men
of the world. Of course there s mois to run
advertising, bad advertising and die.
ferent advertising. The first one pays,
the others do not, so we will not con-
sider them. The way to do good adver-
tising Is to take a certain amount of
space and insert In it something that
ill attract attention that tellsood, C. of
what you have to ofer-and that's
about all; the public will do the rest.
Then-kee' p chang, "that ad.
S Really at's abotllr a there is to It,
If you 6ave Pything on earth that
somebody else could possibly use.
Try It-it's a tact-and don't forget
about this now- t costs money to run

Suffering frightfully from the viru-
lent po ie_ of undigestedi food, C. G.
Grayses, of Lulas Miss., took Dr.
Kn's No Life Pills, "with the re-
sult; hbe writes, "that I was cured."
we sto ach ad bowel disordered
way to the toni, laxative propertie.

Ther-olte a mi-a.
mfra day to day through the cam-
MAthe masterly uanauti of Edi-
S L. Mays of the-Pedsacola
eton the steadily creasg

t for the cause of right,

t a s the business o

eso iIght.- News.

wqhale on head a ep sock of f"se

IL *- -

do OW a

ruM, Ma _r amoeor
t, and she w msee
on the subscribers'

kaS NUT & 0nACO.. Tw-
tot bt yaAww. Aug. .4

aI tht is dme thIas ,
so a- to fIraish dmtm to uo

a so store t-rofeet ia oot has Io

moM hor frtishor i a te a
*aft 1Wa mt

omi MtonM thati to rpt tho
able feature e toutth e
w.ghi Is that it sis loo ao
nd rise Inot In esme odpwhireet b
to add a few tOs ofw
each to the artTw it Th Is
a thifn that Tr a
and it is renmafable ta tho ut.
t should so -r toV
tu ua iwisj aqom during the re-

Now inthe time tomgoand look around
and see what you ean gt for a preae't
Go and so f wtng who will take
great pleasure In showing you the tat-
est on the market. 84
Dr. G. W. Lamar, of Quincy, has
been a recent guest at the Leon.


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Ps reprieveof.a noe
Sth ia Duval oouty
lM. Tm mau hd a
t aupesled to the
l seantac wasoon-
ing board declined to
te. The negro should
ijng, but the overm
of thirty d = It
that makes for pub.
e Impatiene O with the
Justi caie lynching.

Pdeo we asat lacreasod.
ad tmsp=prietors in Talla-
f teprice of board.
They t i impossible for
the& i, the old prices, since
the "a has become so much
ts ask much m or for
thaeir cfomerly, grocers have
a tm oldod on table necessities,
a mk a keeping well' lan the
van and domestic labor is soaring out
of aligL
lP IomN a with the above men-
thiod dinaMi of the boardboghoa
keeper, t more that a movement
is feet sm g clerks to ask an in-
crease of sis, in proportion to the
inrem nla se at of living.


The most light for the nonef. We can prove it.

We have a new lot Gas Heaters that are absolutely

Also a few Second Hand
Ranges that we will sell
very cheap-cal and lot us
make you prices on them


Tallahassee Hardware Company.
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General Builders a
Repair Work at
Buildings a l

SCodtracts for
elicited and sa I


n the country
Ion in all lines


Aft C

What Is 08
godT""A" bemilml inbl
brepe .sw 400,01,11W
Pal~s O ~ s

The hlr -m! e'

~ Dan the

The KinilOM
InUseFor Over


Child Bros. Building am

Contracotrs and

A Specialty of Kiln Dt
all kinds

Mill Work-Manufactumrs of
dressed lumber, moulding, stair
columns, brackets, mantels, grills,
and turned and scroll work of every
Lime and Cement for sale.
All orderswill receive prompt attend
our work to be first clam in ever
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard :on
on lot south of county, jail.

John B. Stetson

Afftd With the Uivn


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De ttAut a ksaccount? WM'ItSYM Mke to have mne f these e i
t tcM Mii to save skr .kfe m and.e It eIso a
YAW toiMs. lsof aieaTlisttoeary fathe

-*^e ftdik a lill to verya W_ wbl l depots oe dollar and prnoi- _t
p aaaM m af, 1. t.dayfr-mptofba.L T5ae bak are delvereday
1. T~ it to -w bow o mue ey you can save in five years by ta~lug ema
k. wse .,.w e is, w4
la p aing keeping at i the b-eaawe there it danger of Maeep .*
tMrae e Wad isimak an But i t withes and it is
twat W e P a pern all dposits of e and upwards. Interest ar
Bow we givea table sewage bow savings will aemciulla In five year, computed ea a be-
sIs of ll wowkiMg daystI the year, at 8 per cent interat.
Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total 't
lb p osy for 5 yeews.......... .60.................$.14................... .4
Super amy for 6 years..-.-..- ...... 8.00............... .28-..-..--.--
io yer "y for 6 yars............... 1.2........... ..... .8.........-........ ------.
O amy for yers... ........ 460-.50...-......... ---------88.42.-----..------ --w.
0 r eay for 6 years.............. .0................. -----------.................. 820
100oe w day for 6 years...........l,66. ..............11L...--.......----..1 40
Toe capital stock of the aving bank is 20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your bestees with s will be lMd strictly cRnodemti.L
Caei and et one of these ttle banks while the supply bta.




H afTU3 DEMocaAT.
a. couUi. P.bsl.kev.

of th Collegefor Women
steps to have a Lyceum
i i _again this winter for the
t of the girls. Of course
1will have toco-operate
Sfint ucim t. amount may be
em M forward, as will be so
listsof subscribers given below.
j a needed, and names should
l tdethoult deay, m the date set
ret number %drawing near.
will be five first-lass entertain-
a, double season tickets may
t 0f1.900, which maksa &p=
oi *Ifti/eets a Mat. S a
ise ar e on ale fr$8.00 L aeR.
tl. been apo nted by Pr-
i i^ ^M to aitad to the busl-
i ils^^paflt of he townspeope.
iandwllnm nt will bI fvn
ition by the Mertanlbhass-
W r. Mr. dSherlden is
A am, having songI
i h shas a magnificent con.
th re critlicismsare
ic. Mrs. Mehrtin is a
very hgh order.
i thi com y is consid.
t bedt ea by th Apl.
Rnmd, a will doubtleu give
ition to their Tallahaiss
ehrm, L. W. Buchholli J.
l. Bennet, L. q. L ear,
.ain. P. lyrd. o. I. Me
i i. Park n, R. W. Cobb,
i i, A. 4. Williams, d-
i *T. Wh tfleld, Misblemim
SB. Maude Marion, E.
i *CrawfordG. E. McGriff,
l.MckerH. L. Bethel,
RJ Perkfi fJ. H. Ow.
l J Me Dou all Jr

e elJ. D. me ou L
i3. L 8 umm 2 0.
iIn. 9. Humpais, Frtd A.
i I n-. Vunt, W. B. Lamar,
i h, Daniel K. oimmeiRs,
C. M. Brerd, T. M.
UMppo66re I. Chapln.
m m feet many p,,pla who
a w l ood 1 of idl at ns gi

and Malth to the ta Tbir
tody the appe. to but It

mtha body a P la. .t--
toedjotsat. W t

ain't do. Kodol f x!
i aio-ta aa T,. I

"iSe UaDay, Ih MIh1c1 N6. It
"*a" Catebee the Co.o.
Bell sounded at 2:80 p. m., and the de-
partmmentmam amemon to thedlatrict,
all anxious to get to that district, for
there is where the college Is located.
First to arrive was Chief Hamlin, on
hook and ladder truck sad right behind
were Coe, Bass and Byrd on the large
wagon with the ys. followed by Sn-
nett, who drove tae faithful old Jack.
Prof. A. Wlliiam, of the Woman's
College, was standing at the alarm box
when t depa et arrived, says that
he saw two mallnzroboys tampering
with the alarm, and-eame #t to stop
them, but they ran direction
fthe e t biefnHalin, fol-
lowed by Bass, Byrd a Policeman
Haws, put out after the little rascales,
and saw them in a patch of broomsdge
oA man e adm Is pped
to console the weeping one,wbiles"Brad
and Policemnan Baws chased the other
littl one. The chase was a Uvely one,
as the little negr had evidently had
lemsons in "pint.ig" before.
'Brad" finally runa hi to bay and
brig him ba to the alarm box. Both
of the coons were too small to punish,
so one was let loose. The little runner
was carried to the "booee" and locked
up for an hour. After a fall onfeslon
of having turned ian the alarm and a
promise never to do so aain, he was
turned loose to see how 0 at he sould
This is the Afirst "false alarm" in
some time and caused tip* depatm1 t
conlderable trouble in turning out.
This was also therirt "Paleala er"
that haa been caught, and the ArM ar-
rest ada foreman. This houldbe
a wdMrnuig to "ou ausn" who permit
in ringn the firebll for the "fun of
seeing the boy run." We have a good
volunteer AW dep tment which should
be encouraged, tnatead oR discouraged.
Lat *ape Banished.
When i phy s said that
W. M. S t of Pek, ls., hnd .n-
ble oauipton, hi last hope van-
'h but r. K N' ol New D4isovery
for bonmp on, Coughs aad Colds,
h out of his grave. He ay:
me, a v my life tIt= I
have used at for over 10 yas, and eon-
oider It a marvelous thioat and lug
nz;a" 0tt sientif cure for
t a T ta or Colds; sure
p tevetiveof Pneumonia Guaranteed.
Osete & 1.00 bottles at all drug-

The Ire at LauBar
The burning of Lamnark Inn, Tue-
was ea unw alome piece of
to many Tallaha=seenr
bees tha Mea. of many a
grim, who found rmewed
Ss few hsn of rest at the
iad t wa tha ummr
W I o Ma Irto
ne of our ltisaens,
I t 3 a i e W a tt as ofthe e
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Motbamssd b e" p a

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G. IL LEWIS, VioPoubmiut.


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We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle

man's profit.

W. D. Pratorlus,
Paneral Director
Llensed Embalmer.
00 Duy Md ;NIit. Tsm 163.

Veterluary Pblysiclta
Oa SurIgo. .


Work a Specialty.


House for Sale.

OAply Lou Dond.H

Apply to Julius Diamond. 25-2


Our prices are right., See us and be convinced.

The ASSORTMENT and see the P
Single Wagons, Steel or Skein
Light Two Horse, either axle, $38.
Reg. Two Horse, -----------
Timber Wagons,-.-.-... $48.00 to
BUGGIES, Out of Slght:
Quality and Prices Un
Guaranty Attached and no Comp
Customers from Amsterdam, Ga.
Florida coast and numbered by
dreds. And they are still coming
before one is out of sight anoth
FINALLY-If we fail to plee
Recommend other Dealors in the
Tallahasee, Fla. i


5o 9w cmato of your Shoe Bi by having |
Repair your Boots ind Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaran
Also we have .in connection with my shoe business the
Cleainf, Dyeing and Prssing. First-Class Workmen do thiq work. Y
=at = nw for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs ad Makes
to ft. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake. /

No. 343 ahltoA Sto



Teiquomn No. 3


Centrally located near CApitol
and everything the best.

-RATES, $1S.00 P R DA

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T momOpera Houmebss t
p c ovteeiera Ated. Asde l omb
Manh U thutolpre bNo
* to rmtartd dwda of N4,

the s-age s aouf take ktae.

t doubt e llseason. d ir e-
s d -s V make it pi er-'tslt

.e woman as shto be at bee. I

Tde Wpaes for years loeve to reside
will bed pleased to reed the

know. Snd me this week's er I
ma lii now Atlanta, de ghtfull
sitted at 140 West Peachtree street
y friends coming to Atlanta. When

y.u co e to Atlanta come and see us
l have, wiMatte th to eand tha-
fale waneely. Hoping that yo are
real well, I am our fend,
Mr. J. .. F. R LAMB
No. 140 West Peachtree St.e
y frind coming to Atlanta, When

311.1 TIgers In jail a Tear.
The Peto Atola Journal, 17th, says
Hon, J. Walter Kehoe, State Attorney,
returned yesterday from Denee Fan,
Swh be had ben attending the seyo are
soneals of wellrtlt ourt, which adjoured
ytNo. 140 Wt P the term.re t.
Iia TMar in Jai a U*ar.

There wWr twelve criminal cases on
the docket for trial at this term, of
which six were for selling liquor-oney

whIte man, two negro women and three
nero men, and convictions were e.
cered in all the cases.
They were convicted of conducting
"blind tigers" and mtenced by Juoge
Wolt e to serve one year at hard labor,
without option of payor selling a iquor-one.
Court was in session for eiht days,-
there an, twoen civil cases to heard,
cured in addition to the criminal ones.

Judge Wolfe left last night for Talla-
hassee on a short visit to his family.
Lest We
forget-Baby is restless, can't sleep at
night, won't eat, cries spasmodically.
A bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge
never fails to cure. Every mother
should give her baby White's Cream
Vemifuge. So many times when the
baby Is pale and fretful, the mother
does not w what to do. A bottle of
this medicine would bring color to his
cheeks and laughter to his eyes. Give
it a trial. Sold by Hardee-Smith Com-
Most merchants would rather, at 'the
end of a month pay a big bill for adver-
'* timing. and have an qual sum left in
banks as the net profits of the month,
than to pay small advertising bill and
still have but an equal sum added to the
bank balance. And that is just about
the way it usually works.- ey West
Mrs. Dr. Horsey, of Fernandisa, is
visiting relatives in Tallahassee. iMrs.
Horsey came principally to see her
brother, Mr. E. J. Jonsto, but he had
already gone, by advice of his physi-
iean. to an Atlanta hospital. The state
of Mr. Johnston's health has been very
n-tistlstory of late, and Dr. Bond
decided that he needed rest and treat:
Mr. John P. Roberts treated himself
and wife to a handsome new bugry this
morning, purchasing same from Mr. J.
D. Cay.
Subecribe to The True Democrat.
We ain't particular nervous and we
are S poor man. but just the same we
will be glad to guarantee two hundred
thousand dollars cold cash to ennybody
who will bring us satisfyin prof of the
4eth of the Infurnel fend airinte ed
Iie sirgin mach hitL ti this *te ise
*ice place to live in. -The Gawbone.
DeWlu's Little Risers are
good for anyone who nes a {i1, They
ae small, rafe. sure little pills that do
sot gripe or sicken. Sold by all drug-
guists. *
Lore English Setter dog. White
with small black an tan spots. An-

.Whittlesy, at Clark & Co.. over True

wAdmsall ofbsek. Cit t,
of any k JON L WEALEY.
-bhe" .s.. Di.. Os.._, l ,.r. -4..

If Pattmon, of B uI, ar-
reted a aggro mamd MMw K'nox,
who had stoe a ba m Hea. Dan-
Aette May'o p*e.otw n, I this county.
The nero plead gutand was sent to
aIl bl detswSt trial at the
Sall term of the cireuit court.
reto a om Le Me.
I desiruto leso my 5Wb-ere planta-
tion, located about fotur miles southeast
of taflahed for a tern of years.
ContalMs spleId lands, mltable for al
general eropa, and is well watered; ten-
ant bo ae., barm, ete., ad has excel-
lent land for tobao wwg. Address
Mrs. B. C. Chir-, lahamsee Fla.,
orSeJ. G. lh .. 21- f
NRed Tbm Itaris.
"Flowers Cure Inanity." "A Pal-
ace ot Myster and Romance." "Late
Tragedy of Monte Carlo." "Deserts
beauty to Marry Ugfflinaes." "Corsets
are Gon Out of style." They will be
stinted and extravamtly Ulustrmted
i next Sunday's New York World.
The Bf est and Best Sunday Newspa-
per on E arth.
Mureaco, the king of all wall finish,
have no other. Applied by John E.
Spencer. 83-3t,

Made under Section W C ptwr 4115. aws of
Plorkta shown the aMnat tax-e eharrd
to theColleMtor t aeeMat,. Florids,
to beoolleetd ffor the crret yar 1W, and
the aporhehasnt oaf *th m to the several
fund whh *ueh taxeslaveben levied:
Total Tax. Year 19W0. $4,MS.
Amt paid to Oct.
lt. 1907-------........ 41.9 .14
By errors. onsolven-
eis. ete............ 10,48$A W, .2L

General Revenue.....
Am't paid to Oct.
lot, 1w07.....- ....$8.7.8,.0
By errors. iaohl en-
elka, oe........... 4.1

Am't Pa to Oct
lot, r .......... .87..ff7
By -TOM InoTIn-
ale elte..- ---- 99.19
*ile. ...........- u
Am't paid Oct.
lot. 1907............ 1,201.0
By orror lnnoltven-
elea. te......-.....- 11900
Fine and orfeture..
Am't aid to Oct.
I t. .[0 ..... .... 4.3sK.8
By errors. Insolvon.
Os. etc....... 31.46

Road and Brids ...
Am't id to Oct.
lst. 1 7... -........
By error, insolven-
ele, etc. ........

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Special School Dis-
triet No. 1........
Am't pad to Oct,
la1it.M ......-- 4.40o.67
By m"TW inolven-
el.et..........-- 24.3


Att6 s o H .T.huLm .
Clerk Circuit Court, LAon County FMd.
Oetober 1t. 11M.
first Thureday In Novembr., 107. or as on
thereafter a I may be ead aply to the Par-
doing Damrd for a pardon fortedLk Aw, who
was cvieted In the Ciruit tour at rIorid for
Lem MnseMt at the Pall Term, 1.. of muder in
the mead degr.
w3-2w Attorney for Petiltoner.
AdatalstrtriWs Netice.
S least ditrdibatmtoe. n and to all pesonsM
having hior an alMt the estato f
Dr. A.AL M. I ae i edaof LAm county.
Florida. to prent such elaMns or demands to the
underaigasi within one yesa fro this date.. oth.
erwie esans will be foreve debarred.
Thli lithday of October. 11t.
dd trx ate o Dr. A. M. Muanins.
I. 1M0--mgft
aIlalstrater's Notice.
fl-UA A t fjlt?.fl a a M

and oear ameoeH



The name of th shall be The Flor.
ida Sumtra LeafM d Stock Farms. and
its principal pl* at~ ,m shall be Tallahas.
ae. LAeounma oet such branch oaffie
may be eabl- a p0. l In or out of the
tteat of Plaida. aathe aof directors may de-

The caltal stokato thi smterporatlon shell bh
bighty TouandDaO-e to d ivded Into eight
thousand roE awt e u oet ton dollars
each.to bapai laI the -aarsd In auhk in
uch sums and ma h t may be required
by the beard o/' daatora-Kyj that any part
tbof aid apitalMk a I for andon mc-
count of l ert. at a Just
valuation there to a I the board of di-
rectors at a meetil hel that purpose.
The said corporation shall exist for the term of
ninety-nine years froa the date of the issuance of
Lattera Patent to It.
A8f9"U V.
The business of th earpacttion hall be con-
dueted by a presiet. viae.-praklent, weretary
treasurer and a board of etors to consist of
not less than there nor aware than five. and such
other offers and agnts as the board of directors
may from Ume to time provide Any two of such
oAel maay bbeed by on and the same person.
The aoMefrs who shall mana the affairs of the
corporation until tbose eetald at the Afrst eleotkm
ShaU : President J R Foster. Vie-
Pread*Mnt. W. A. ScWUltma 8crtry and
TPresdnt. H. CA. Cw W.sad J. Clifford R.
Poster. W. A. MaeWUiams d H. Clay Crawfred
shall eonstitute the bard of director, and said
ofaiers and board of d shall serve until
their suesears araeet at the first annual
meeting, to be hld on the fe rth Monday in July.
A. Dl1. and annually thereafter on the fourth
Monday in July
The highest amount of Indebtednes or liability
to which this orporoaon ean at any time subject
itself shall be fifty thousand dollars.
The nanes and residences of the subscribed In.
rporstor, with the amount of capital stock sub.
ribed for by h. ar as follows:
W. A. Maewlliams. Bt. Aurustine, ria.. oI
H. Clay Crawford. Tallahassee. Fla.. 14 shares
NOTICR of Application for Tax Deed. Given In
Aecordanes with Sections 674 and 1 of the
Oen statutea o f the State of Florida.
Coxatter, owner of tax eertM sat number
11. dated Jul Id, 1906, has flied sald ortlcate ton
my ose and made application for tax deed to
msue In soordanc with law. Said eartfliato
embrase the following described property. situ-
at in Lot county, State of Florida, to-wi: The
east half of the southeast usarter at eeUton
thirty-j (1U) in township two ().north of raise
thre e ea taming W0 acres. more or leoes.
The saidassessed at the date of the
iammueaof ld carlate In the of s Un-
known. Unleas said certificate asal! be redesmed
soeordl g to law. tax deed will ibue thereon on
them ay of tober Ai D. I.
Witoeons my official siature aw seal this lth
atye ea1to r, A. D. 1907.
ls" r HENRYT. P KEl
Clerk Circuit Court, Leon county.

Sherl's Sale.
ton lassued on the 4th day of Ottober. A. D.
1101. out of the Supreme Court oa the State of
Florida, l a certain cause pending thenret, where-
in P. K. Mualibn is Plaintiff in rer and W. T.
riemon. John bheppard. Juhosa Oraey and C.
.IL Handley are Defmendants In Error. I have levied
upo and will sell at public outer before the
county court house door, in the Oty of Tallahas-
ase. Lon County, Florida. on the 41h day of No-
vember. A. D. IS7. bet ween the hors of 11 o'clock
a. and o'clock p. m.. all at ertan piece
parcel of land. situate. lyinwand beal In amid
city, known and describedls follows, to-wit :
West half of lot numbered 2.2 in the North Ad-
dition of said eity. Purchaper to pay for deed.
Sheriff of Suprnme CAurt of the Stateoof Fluria.

Ixecutlon Sale.

, i wn K.eeouth M ,it, iM wrw .. TTeNDER AJND BY VIcTI'E OF AN EKF:'t'
at the .t "u7did&1. 140 South Monroe Street '- tion lised on the 271h ,lay of Augus.l A I).
Tallahassee. Pla.,l will nell to the hiheit bdider, 11 I7, ut O ate ', t of t eom l Ju >. -
at public c vndue, the istrk of oeda, wares, and 07, irout of Florni. jn nI for the Cowluny .fi
rty ofthe steHo ward H. Alford. of the county AarL n aevy a William M and therri I wh,,or
of Lomiwtdofeassd. yJAarasivt cy.Williamhus i 1 tsatrid Hairis lA' ..
o Le E.Dwar H. A IrDJr part. SV do.oin busir.- irm,1 thifi n nanS r.- I,
Admlinitrar iltateo o" H. Alfurd. uic4esed. style ofr Thomavy Hro thpi.eweniatint.lhu..Awl
.t TallalseF. la.. October 191,7 wTruad en ill T all at -.Ise ontfryto tha hal. I-
AdMI Steraft's oieice. i0 i=&o, edwit, eIi Tailt,*L <. h
CrIUtrt. eIteieadistributies. and aN piTr-son Iwd uo the 4th day f N b, A I I'.
havtr elalmn or demands against the state bftweea.the hours of I .I, k a. sand 2 rli
EdwardN H. Alfoe4. las of IA-n county, decems- b.l. l that certain ,I'e< -r of land t'-
.., are notiled to oIreet the same to the unier. and wbingir 't l kIaoun ', a,
ilrned within two years or the mame will be fosIows. t r the't l th ir
arrrel. W t. i S ,
E'.nAnwAl H. ALVOLo, Ja.. Administrator e*- Tallahame.. rloritd. October Vrt.t- Al.l egl oN.
*---- 32-5t 41.,r9acM MdounI'.
Diselatlem Net-e. icAo-IAN'a
ship buitneem lireofore sdtingr between W, : ( J glga l t Y I 'i AT TI
J. Coxand W. H. Adkinon in the' whatricht. d r i inruaianrllM ,,f the Va8101a tV r,,,
wags and arre maling and repair businessM OSee1it.IJ uhn and .llr-ialr ritJ has been diolved, W. J. (C ox having do ed ,f will ml- appkatl im o tt he h B. A. Me.r .
his Interest to W. AdKinaon. who wil asumne nias. County Juhdge of a .n oni ty, Florida.a a.
all bllMtienm and ma all setitlepwient ofr he old his eIsthe ourthurusw..oe On ayw. tJhe Z,
am. wioIb e ill cinu the .ushiXa day oh Oetober A. ). 1 W, at 105o loei a. i ore
W. X te asE rs I can be hea f authority
W. H. AD... MON. tolthe followingr deoec nrid prY.rt,. situat
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bi Ims.'e Ourt rdhgu t of the e.tAt of 'harles verett Fiu-
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and you will ind no better.'
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A model farm containing 875 acres, 326 acres of which is cleared;
together with an $1 S O dwelling. 5 tenant house, 8 good barns for
general farming. and 700 choice peach trees which will bear nest
year. The pl e is well watered, the character of the land is gen-
Uy rolling, an well an table land, the soil light grey and red clay
sandy soil-the hent of noila for the culture of Tobacco.
The place is located about three miles from the City, and is of-
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For price and terms, call on or address


Real Estate Dealers.

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THlE CITY LIMITS. i Ax. luunty ouvyU.
F:I(;TY FIV A S. - Adm strator' Ntete.
Adapted to Tobacco, DAirV TI ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCFRN: NO
Truck or P'oultry. T ire hereby rgvn that 1. tho underoianel.
Well-wooded, City Water. Telephone. I w A Demilly. AdmIn strator ot the estate of
oveni e nOtl to ii Jeand lie flarriet It. Staynwr. will prent my atcounts and
(Convenient tu lr)epots and chools. h.(rhe t the Coumnty Judge of lWen CAoaty.
About 12 acres in reclaimed pond, ex- I-'1irkla. and af for a Rnai diasharge as Adeile-
A t aereffin i ex- t sa idnetst. slx wm tha aftmr thedalt
cellent for Celery. h,.rtf e
Comfortable five-room House, newly This2tldayof Otrbl r. A. D OnILLY
painted. Address, Aimistrator of the *Ltet *f Ilarriet IL Stayan.
A. L. WOODWARD, %-emn -
Perr.vF Fa. } Are Yea Golag to BaildI
Let us priut for you neat and quick. If so, come and iee our stock of kiln
Muresev-Muresco, the new wall fin- dried lumber before purchasing your
inh, old walls made good as new in all sup lies. We can save you money.
colors by John E. Spencer :;3-3t Chi d Brow. lit


Get, The Habit,.

Leave your soiled clothes at home bundled up
on Monday's
We'll do the rest. Then you will have no
miM-mated socks, no hunting the wash woman
Sunday mornings for a clean shirt, no worry
about musemarized shirt starched and ruined,
no ticket to loose and fuss over getting your
ILaundry on Saturday night, no bundle of
soiled clothes to luK up Ntreat.
See or Telephone the Manager about our
Monthly rates to young men.
S(;et out of the "old rut" and gtet in th<( right
way by having all vour work (lone at


C. EGASQUE, Manager.

C. 0. ANDRIE;WS, TPresident.




j-:VffW 3W OWN S! MOAT rWDS.

s Refes .e Sa se Tr'mw.
Th monthly report of W.

Draina ue Tas Fund.
v ltyofI Fcollege Fund-
White OoPeff Morrill Fund
olore ue Morrill Fund
teeet1 eInFary und. -

Adams E experiment Station
peiment Station inciden-

dental Fund ... ....
Proceeds of College Property
Colored Normal Contingent
Blind, Deaf & umb Inci-
dental Fund..-- --

4, M0.67


Total .. .. .. 4.
Lete to Se-gne elas..

!.wr pannssaw#
So W Dv &o Co
P. -Gilmore A Dve Co. sells our
paint. ^ -
alustae Casar
'. a aa man of nerve, but sickness left
I 9a"rk and he became aged before
.. ie time. Siekasm is often caused by a
Swtrpid liver. Herbire will regulate
or liver and give fou health. Mrs.
Carrie Austin Hollon, Kansas, writes:
"I consider Herbin the best medi-
cine I ever heard of. I am never with-
out it." Sold by Hardee-Smith Comrn.
Brewner Did It.
A New York despatch, of the 12th
discloses the following details of Geo.
H. Browner, a former member of the
New York Stock Exchange, arrested
that night. The method by which he
,. admits he used In speculation $100 000
or more of the funds of James H. bly-
phant & Co. Browner was manager of
that firm's office for several years after
having failed in 189. He baid today
d at moet of his losses were suffered In
Sspeulating In copper smelters, SouthN
a n PalA. and Interborough Metropoll-I
tan. He said he decided over a week
ago to make a confession to his family
and friends, although he was in no dan-
ser of be diovered as every trans-
action had ban carefuy covered. Me
said he could have taken a million with.
out detetion, but that he would have
gone insane. After oafesing to his
family, he took his book before Mr.
.Olypant and revealed evuy transac-

When It eome to a white demo-atk
iuar--od that I what Jeff will run
-we m not so urs that oM c
count eithpr roomblaor F nkliitho
wet column, T recent vtet least
doee not show it so.-Pensooola Jornal.
Gilmore & Davis Co. have just fin-
ished laying a new tiled flooring on the
West portwo of the Capitol. It is a
great Improvement.

, .,

By applying an antiseptic dressing to
wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries
before Inflammation sets in they may
be healed without maturatilo and in
oae-third the time required by the old
treatment. This is the greatestdiscov-
ritrumph of mdan surgery
sla,'a fain acts on ths
a-- wmpr It Is an anti-septie,
d t eh injurielcauses
u to yetly. It also al-
I- *dsorenessA prevents
S9polabKng. Keep a
M in. B ulow home a
tla i- a y tieri money, not to
mention thae-t esm and suffering
eh or sale by all

As a Brefer.
Just about the most pleasing thing
Otat we run aeroas now aId then is an
tident like the followbW where theo
man who takes it upon himself to be-
come censor of other people's manners
and habits tangles himself up ii the net
he spreads for another and falls a-foul
of his own "smartness." And there is
always a chance that a fellow will do
just that thing when he sets himself up
as a counsellor or adviser to people who
do not require his services. As a rule,
if a follow has sense enough to keep
from tangling himself up he has sense
enough to keep busy minding his own
business. This ib well illustrated by a
trivial incident that served to enliven a
recent religious gathering. One of the
younger ministers present was painfully
bashful and this lead to his sometimes
making awkwards remarks. He had
fairly outdone himself in this re-
at a reception at the Bishop's
ouse, and one of the brethren of the
self-constituted mentor class took him to
task. He wan'tdecent enough to show
genuine good intentions by waiting for
a chance In private, but waded into the
poo, bashful fellow right before the
crowd, and, as so frequently happens,
he came to grief. After a sound lec-
ture on his awkwardness, the smart
one said: "You have shown yourself
to be an ass. I am talking to youasa
brother-" Ha never finished. The
outburst of laughter from the crowd
fairly drove him from the room.-Wo-
man a National Daily.

showed, at the battle of Austerlits, he
was the greatest leader in the wwor.
iallard's Snow Liniment ha shown the
public iit lasthe beat Liamient la the

but ioutt tea am f tMse who stood
them wee e a In Se Souther
city, Xd6oho the poare deat.
aet dere v My appeared oe
examined was a The name of
the city isnot v. Many of the n-
rose, it tI uM -stood, MA ese-
fully, and now t de tamt deea not'
know what to do about it. The aoero-
are not wanted, but how to get rid of
them is a p l. Railway mail clerks
are needd.






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Gulf Coast Breese: Lawyer Winthrop
came down from Tallahassee Tuesday to
defend Silas Harris, who was tried for
an attempt to murder and was bound
over to await the action of the grand
Candidate Jeff Brown has probably
eraed Franklin mnd Eseambia counties
tm I list te the wet and dry eee-
tkom held there tse week. Jeff ledry,
but the above ntles continue wet.
Jaksmoville Iolrpoal
Governor Bwl haa returned from
a abort tri to where he went
to pkee" g osepieme, atthe

C.am m9 **uge
Atson w U t Ct.

rw tale CampI
A one and e-o-hatf homs power Ga.-
oline Engie for sale at a bargal at
this oceeU

S* .1

In on *16 moks to for. ty IlaI
Itc Am. olflngmy entire ssock
at ivedodti ,p.4m.. e**


-half. g Q5 S9W
Jomi Macot we ji ord,
the colored sjankr at e for
Wome Maw* dwie 8d ni.
Fd is a god He h hld
his poio fo everalyen,
and t w thought of by faeuy M and
students. He s q~ t repetful, so-
ber ad honest. But he hd enemies.
The v eiou among his color called him
a "white ,mn's aigger," and they
wrote him threatening letters. and mo-
lested him whenever they could Invent
Joe wo bo-th yonfer only
boy wasm w.. quirn amonM the
negTe, Joe w M tol that be would
S on "up 1 0the wood$. Im-
bling." Accompled by his eldqbo,
Joe went to look for and fi
younger boy. The child was belng
taught to gamble by a haf-dosen negro
They were seated under the pines, in
a dim circle of light formed by the rays
of lantern. Joe had a pistol, and,
thinking to give them a sare, he fired
above their he&ds. The men scrambled
to their test, and ran-all but one, who
crawled under a clump of busOhe. The
boy, recognizing his father, halted.
Joe went forward and picked up the
lantern, By its rays he discovered the
hidden negro and commanded him to
get up. "Are you the sheriff ?" aqked
the man, "It make no difference who I
I am," answered Joel "you set up."
The man arose, and recognized Joe.
Then they clinched, and the tnan bent,
every effort to gain possession of the
pistol. In the struggle, the weapon
was discharged and he was shot
Joe immediately sought the sheriff,
and accompanied him to tho scene of
the shooting. The .man was put in the:
officer's buggy and carried home.
He is now dead, and Joe is in jail.
The whole communityof white people
and the better class of negooes are his
friends. He has their sympathy and
good wishes, and will have all the assist-
aase they can give him.
Wouads, IIses and Sumrs.

e action of -digea-
tion is controlled by
neovms leading to the
stom lac When they are
we4k, the stomach is de-
rived of its energy. It
UaN o power to do its
work. i you want per-
manent relief, you must
restore this energy. Dr.
Miles' Nervirw. restores
nervous energy, and gives
the organs power to per-
form their functions.
'7or m)I y yarn I wI *an acute
su rr from ner'ou In dioation; at
times d W-a ao depondent lifo seem
almost a burden. I tried all kinds
_roedles and various physicians with
little or Do rellf, urtil one night last
fmmmr I raw r.-Mil.n' Nervine ano
qeart CureNr dvertI%.d. I resolved to
make one more trial. which I did1 I
the purchAfo of on" bottlo of Nervyte
Snd one of f.-irt 'ur,-. In a few days
I beanu to f-Il I, -tt,,r, whirh encour-
as 'me So Invil that I continued the
medicine untnI I had taken more than
a demxn bottl,.4. I rn very much imn
proved In .1..ry w1.; In body, mMn4
and spirits i' r, I make a special
Ioint t rerenrini, rid thi medicine, ane
I fo .a i ,* ;. ; i.h ire In knowing
Itrat several ha'#.i h. W tw e n bene*
fled throw" r" v r.'ommeondAtions."
AU.N. .'r( N. Aliville, N. C.
Or. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
dfhgset, who vill ouarantee that the
ft bottle will benefit. If It faill,.4e
will refund your money.
iluesMedical Co., Elkhart, Indd

S lBeard Did Too.
The Tampa Tribune pays a very olo-
quent and thoroughly deserved tribute
to Reprseentative Frank Clark, of the
Second Congressional Distriot, and,
among other things, says: "He alone
of all theprominent politicians in Florida
had the manhood during last year'e scam-
paign to come out boldly against the
lovernor'a pet scheme to secure consti-
ttional amendment ging ncrseased
powers to the Board of Internal Im-
provan t in the draining of the Ever-
The Tribune is mistaken in assuming
that Representative Clark was the onl
romniaent politician who opposed the
Irainage amendment. John S. Beard,.
of Pensacola, not only opposed It, but he
net Governor Broward In joint debate at
Penseaola Jacksonville and Ocala, and
*ome 40.060 copies of Mr. Beard's Pen-
sacola speech were printed and distrib-
uted by the anti-drainage people.- Pen-
macola Journal.
The State lEcampmeat.
Why not all business men in Florida,
who have employes who belong to the
military companies, think and act, as
the following shows the Baker & Holmes
Company, of Jacksonville are doing:
"Capt. Cromwell Gibbons, first Infan-
try, Florida State Troops, Commanding
Company A. City: Dear Sir-In reply
to your esteemed favor of October 10,
we fully realize the importance and ne-
cessity of keeping in oest condition the
Florida State Troops, and we will throw
no obstacles in the way of any one who
Is in our employ from attending the en-
campment. as you outline. So that
Corpl. R. T. McEachern will have our
permission to leave on October 18 to
Assuring you of our interest in the
Florida State Troops, and wishing them
continued success, we remain,
Yours very truly,
J. D. HOLMES, President.

SJ. E. THEUS, Propr.





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Of Dress Goody, think of our line,

~~~tof Vee@m.was Is

risbes to dsposef. hi

ha just returned from New
he baa purchased a lare
Skinds of goods for the hoii-
Mildred Meginiss, ot Apalachi-
Was t&l city Leearly part of
having ecompqnled her niece,
S Manue to Tallahassee where
MiU eater the College for Women.
has been visitodb the first
,wqtber of the season. The week
Mbe 4 in by cold winds and a low
which made fires and
I necessity.
r lt_ furnace fire of the season at
9Ba National Bank was built before
Monday. A passerby mistook
bad smoke for fire, and re-
A.tN the fire station. An alarm
the boys from their warm beds.
"ltblhr disgust, when they found
l. m situation.
recently received from Dallas,
| MM~o e the birth of two little
parents are well known to
JMa N Alice Penelope, born
: Ind Mrs. Roland Philips, and
Lw to Mr. and Mrs. Shin-
~~,Mrs. Shinbolser was Miss
SJd j, daughter ot Dr. A. E.
rs many years a resident of
but now living in Sanford.
LA gIng is an art, and John E
Ste artist. So for up-to-date
see John E. Spencer.
week 38-8t
M. Bitner, of Pensacola, has
T aldhasse this week on busi-
V 8a the Capital
A. L. Wilso', of Quincy, spent
In the city.
html J. H. McWilliams, Superin-
Mt of the Tampa Northern Rail-
, was a guest of the Leon on Tues-

Hosw.X C. Gordon of Vereen, and
W. A. Hayes, of Delph, have been
9mt guests of the Leon.
Sy* seed a mowing machine, come
od let us figure with you before the
aaee. Only three left. Gilmore &
- Co. 82-3
>t-uram LInooln Hulley, President
' tiaA University, at DeLand, was
STahssee's distinguished visit-
J.F. C. Griggs, the popular
ae for Congress, was in the Cap-
arriving every day. Something
lb for everybody for the coming
at Sweeting's. 84.
;ehn T. Lewis, Inspector of Prisons,
We up from Ocala Sunday.
n tes of Tette and KScema Al.
r layreL
Ihe intense itching characteristic of
ate ter and like skin diseases is
allayed by applying Chamber-
ve, and many severe cases
M bee permanently cared by its use.
aile by all drugglts. *


If it is

so* 0 F%

Th remains of Mr. Thorms Po_ was
bmw t to Talaassee y w and
aiB re etInt lA te 08e1er. The
hneraltook pluf. tehe ao
Mrs. Wa. clauer, who wa asmnt,.
udver the management of e oer
W. D. PratorioaAnd M 0 C.
VanBrunt, W. A. DeMilly, .. Fenn,
L. C. Yaeger, J. W. Colli' and George
W. Cravy acted as pall bearers.
True politeness is the corner stone of
success, and is one of the most impor-
tant of human life. It consists of frank-
ness, cordiality and gentleness 'toward
our fellow creatures. Beautiful in its
truth and simplicity, the first that youth
should learn and the last that age should
forget. Wachula Telegram.
A qui-t marriage service was held at
the Methodist parsonage Tuesday after-
noon at 4 o'clock. Mr. Carlton A. Bar-
ber and Miss Ophelia L. Hurst, being
the contracting parties. Rev. Ira S.
Patterson performed the ceremony in
the presence of two witnesses.
Mr. H. N. Sweeting has returned
home after a nice pleasure and business
trip to New York, looking fine for his
outing. While abroad he purchased
one of the most elegant stocks of goods
in his line ever brought to the city.
He tells you of some of in local ads this
week and will come before you in a nice
advertisement next week. Visithim at
the store and have a pleasant chat with
him. There you will find a moseet pleas-
ant welcome.
Mr. 0. C. Richardson, ot High Point.
N. C., was a guest of the Leon Wed-
nesday. Mr. Richardson is Superin-
tendent of the Leon Lumber Co., vice
Mr. A. E. Colwell, resigned.

Captain Ira Sanburn, who cnmmands
one of the Apalachicola steamboats,
was in the city the early part of the
week, accompanied by his wife.
Mr. Nathan Brewer, Jr., of Newport,
met Philip C. Townsend. of Beston,
Mass., in Tallahasse, Thursday, and
drove with him overland to Newport
Mr. J. Wallar, of New York, one of
purchasers of the lake Jackson Tobacco
plantation, is registered at the Leon.
Mrs. Emmha Dawkins and Miss Eliza-
beth Tatum have returned from a visit
to Atlanta Ga.
Mr. C. G. Parlin, of Carrabelle, vis-
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Parlin, on Sunday.
Mr. J. A. White. Agent ot the S. A.
L. R. R. at Vereen, was re tered at
the Leon thie early pert of th week.
Captain J. W. Bushnell and family
are having the pleasure of a visit from
the Captain's father and mother at their
pleasant country home.


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guswaatureof Z44h, 7


Dry Goods,




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Walker (

which consists of Mohairs, Broad-

cloath, Pnsa-mes, Voils and Silks.

We have them In Brown, Grey,

Blue, Black, White and Leather at

prices that defy competition. P0

Ladies Coats.

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Duval Bros.

In all the popular Shades, at $4.oo,

$5.o6, $6.oo, $7.50, $10.oo, $12.50,

$15.oo and $25.oo each.

Hon. A. C. Croom bas been recently
confined to the house by sickness.
Professor Williams has his fighting
bl6od up. He sas that if the prach
er don't stop teling tales out of school,
he will have sometg to say himself.
He intimate that he beard a few anec-
dotes on that fishing trip that he has
never seen printed In any of the church
We are in receipt of a neat little pa-
per, The Canal Record, printed away
down on the isthmus of Panama, and
sent to as by our young friend, W. R.
Wilson, who is employed in one of the
departments connected with the build-
ing of the canal. Our boys never for-
get their old home andfriends, no mat-
tor how far off they get.
Mr. Willis M. Ball, managing editor
of the Tin es-Union, has returned to
Tallahasee after a visit to Pensaeola
and New Orleans. He staking a much
needed rest from a long business con-
fnemeat and his host of Tallahassee
and boyhood friends are enjoying his old
nome visit.
The True Democrat wishes to express
much symphthy to the parents of little
Raymond Hill who passed away last
Saturday in a New York hospital. where
he had been for treatment during the
past several months. His remains were
buried in the city cemetery Thursday
evening at 4 o'clock, the pall-bearers
being Judge B. A. Meginnis,. Itutledge
Alford, Guy Haines and Russ.ll Felkel.
and Unmertaker W. D. Pratorious had
charge of the funeral arrangements.
Rates will be given by the S. A. L.
Railway to Pensaeola on the, 21st, 22d
and 28d. The return limit will L-tebd
to the 25th. Rate from Tallahiassee is
14.86 forth round trip. Th is for the
benefit of the Confederate Veterans,
and any others who wish to a attend the
Annual Reunion of the Florida Division,
U. D. C., at Pensacola.
The way to get rid of a ct-l, whether
it be a "bad cold" or just ai littleoOe,
is to get It oat of your syste'ni through
the bowels. Nearly all Cough Cures,
pecially those that contain opiates,
are eor.stipating. Kennedy's laative
Cough Syrup contains no oviates and
acts gently on the bowels pleasant to
take. 1old by all druggists
Mr. frank Duval, John C Triea sad
Meredith Braswell have been having a
oe Un Afishing at the light house near
St. Marks this week, and we are mn-
debted to them for a fine lot of sheep-
bead, which came to us fresh and aice,
and which we enjoyed very much. If
you would enjoy hfi and lve on the fat
of the land, run down to St. Marks and
go fishing and hunting with Mr Duval.
LOeT I Enlith Setter dog White
with small black and tan ,pots. An-
swers to name of John. Had a fresh
wire cu aboet 2 inches long on small ofu
back. City tsag No. 68 Reward if re-
turned to Geo. Whittleey. at ClA-rk
& Co., over Tree Democrat office. 84 Lf
Mabserbe for the True Democrat.

Dealers in
A Fine Lot Always on hand
for sale at reasonable *



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Attention Tobacco Growers!

(Office in Quincy Florida.)

Are the people to order your Lumber,

Shingles and Laths from. Let them furnish

you estimates on any kind.of

Building Material.

Sours for business, order now,

Gadsden Lumber



=m = mm m m Florida.

A Cap of White Rease or lue Label
Mece and Javr Ce me
is what goes straight to the heart of
every 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 cof-
fee we. sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell' nothing but Lhe beat of food
products-those we have tested our-
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLtNs, Grocer.

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Clothing, Hats or

Shoes you wish,

then it will be

your advantage




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Window Shades, *
Toilet $ets,
Laundry Baskets,
Slop Buckets,
Shuck Footmats,
Waste Paper Baskets,



Lace Curtainss
Cottage Rods,
Wash Bowls and Pitchers,
,Clothes Hampers,
Cocoa Mats,
Odd Dressers,
Baby Carriages,






Nothing can touch them at the price.
Specialization is the reason why. I buy
nothing but absolutely the best values
in buggy, carriage and wagon harness.
Single Buggy, Harness, $10.00 to $22.50.
Double Buggy Harness $17.50 to $40.00.






I have the lar-

gest stock
this section

Large shipment just received. We
bought from factory going out of business,
at greatly reduced prices, and my custom-
ers get the benefit. A good bridle for $1.oo,
one that ordinarily sells for $1.50.


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My line of parts of harness is com"
plete--saddles, tugs, belly bands, lines, etc.
Everything for the farmer and horse



you to select

The Famous CHASE and
STROOCK brands, Lap


from $1.50 to

Horse Blankets, from 75C


Cor. Cinton and Adams St

Talhhuu, Fa*.

to $5.00.



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