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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: November 8, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Good Goverment; Honesty in Public Office; Justice


HAS TH& POWR

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Peass aMS PreMMles Is Oplatle
ef SeOaM ssu1.&
Eolm. Joha 8. Bard's construction
the State Couastitation orreet, no
tutiemal amanlmet is reqired to
hde Stats legislature to pam a
a uiimblk law, and a special e*-
t a o( tlslsatur, if one is called,
apMus a w prohibiting the sale of
t Hquoors in the State of Flor-
SMr. d's opinion is as follows:
S M. BIARD'B OPINION.
IZ L.L MATu, Penscola, Fla. :
Sir-Replying to your inquiry of
dlat, I have, as you requ ,
eoMnsidered the question as to
so amendment to the Constitu-
S 1ee ,sary in order to prohibit
.A sie of intoxicating liquor aIn the
t of Florida.
iesetatingly express the opinion
.te LegOislature has full, ample and
X power to pass a prohibition
the Constitution as It now
i DIeople of a State, in creating the
iJve department, delegate to it
w wole mass of legislative power.
beet to such restrictions as are ent~-
Ipted in the State Constitlution, and,
newse, subject to the limitations
h are contained in the Federal Con-
4ortdon.


toa order to determine if a State legis-
tare has the power to pass a law upon
Z lven subject, we look to the Consti-
Stion to see if it is inhibited, and, if
o Ot inhibited, the legislature has the
pwer.
I On the other hand, in order to deter-
mne if Congress has the power to legis-
met upon a given subject, we look to
*he Federal Constitution to see if the
power is delegated, and, if not dele-
S ated, Congress has not the power.
The difference between the powers of a
f tate legislature and the powers of
Congress is the difference between the
powers of a legislatitive body created
1by a social compact and the powers of
a legislative body created by a federal
compact.
CONSTITUTION PERMITS LEGISLATION.
The Constitution of the State of Flor-
Ida places no limitation or restriction
upon the power of the legislature to
^ 4 prohfbit the sale of intoxicating liqueur
the State. I take the intent and mean-
ing of Article XIX to be as follows,
vis: That, as the sale of intoxicating
liquors is legal, in the absence of State
Prohibition, Article XIX permits any
county,. upon complying with the condi-
tions specified in the article, to prohibit
the sale of liquors in that county. With-
out Article XIX there cnuld be no local
or county prohibition, only State prohi-
bition. Article XIX permits local or
county prohibition, in the absence of
State prohibition, but is in no way a
limitation or restriction upon the power
: of the legislature to establish State pro-
hibition. While Article XIX permits
local or county prohibition, m the ab-
ee of State prohibition, the on, the converse
is not true. If we had State prohibition,
no county could permit the local or
county sale of intoxicating liquors.
COURT WOULD HOLD IT GOOD.
Should the governor convene the leR-
islature in extraordinary session, and in
-hi proclamation specify State prohibi-
tion a one of the purposes for which
the legislature tis convened, or, if after
a ea edh directs the attention of
the legislature to this subject. I think
tt a State prohibition law could easily
e .ped ; am I am firmly of the opin-
if t thete erts will uphold the can-
stutlomality ot s*eh a lw.
SIf, however, the governor neither
9 State prohtion inhn proh
r directs the tenio of
twne to it, after convened, them the
t es ould not be take up, et
two-thirs vote of each cae So
Si that, to a great ext-t it do-
Si upo the governor wether the
B Iwdato would .omsider the question
m y er s s ion".
SWM TAKE 3VV30T.
I have no doubt but that the mncourt
would bold a State poibil statute
eemstlttuional It. however, they held


it weeld fo ai and unjust to
g n the law ett date; bta.
howpb ate
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The Seate eo"s, to VNDER CU1
The following b sat to the ES A r
nwapers~g, foS jMARTS.
,1 wnlte e sd to -fof the.- --sic.
nal defe of the atep of Repreaent- wra -__ _
a ee etee and o ,of beambla Wrth over Wa Statements
and Madison oonties tively, in llTat Moe aN3Sar Are
their attempt to prevent yment of 01a11411 .
the State appropriation of ,000 an- New YorkN. N PO-T-8 po's pe-
nually madeythelt o to urex- York.No.Pot spe"
elusivolly fr the paye of premiums cial from Washblmto, D. C., says:
at the FloidaState Fir to be held at President Roosevlt hbas pretty tem-
Tampa February 5th to ad. Not con- per! a hot and hsty men who wants
tented with being defeated by a large what he wants when hi wants it." He
vote in the House of Representatives, is easily stirred to th. One might
those opponents of the great fair move- almost say his normal temperature is
meant sotit an injunctIon before Judge the boiling point. Soionimes his griev-
Palmer t6 prveOt the State Treasurer ances annoyaes musing. Mr.
from the aprpriation to the Roosevelt bate .t IbO .* understood"
Fair Ass tion. L t wek Judge by the people over wh .estinies he
Palmer decided the case absolutely in holds temporary rle. A clause and ap-
favor of the State Asqociation, also the probation are sweet topim. depitY the
Apsoelation under the auspices of which fact that he is the tonst individual
the Gulf Coast Fair at DeFuniak consumer of these luodities in the
Springs both on merit and every point United States. *This .a roundabout
of law Involved. This is assurance of way of coming to the beginning of this
the fact that the appropriation will be chronicle ot one of theprsident's pres-
forthcoming, and is an even greater ent grievances.
victory for the people of Florida than Mr. Roosevelt does not like to be crit-
for those who have the management of icised. No criticism of the administra-
the fair ir. charge. tion hurts him and his personal feelings
President T., J. L. Brown, of the more, or more precisely, no criticism
Florida State Fair, which is to be held exasperates him more than the criticism
at Tampa from Flbruary 5 to 22, has which declares he has landed no "male-
arranged a feature for the fair that factor of great wealth" in jail. He is
will orove of decided interest to every trying so hard, using all the machinery
agriculturist, horticulturist and live of the government, to put some ispeci-
stock producer in the State. In short, men of the successfull dishonesty" in
he has arranged with the Secretary of prison stripes that when some new'tpa-
Agriculture of the National Govern- per or public man asks him why he doesI
ment to send to the Fair lecturers on not do ithe can only writhmanti impo-
various subjects pertaining to the above tently grit his teeth. He is .riviing to
mentioned industries, a lecture binn please, but he cannot catch a rich male-
arranged for every day of the Fair. factor in the classic Devery phrase
For instance, one lecturer will devote "with the goods."
his time to one feature of agricultural This is the specimen of -i iti.ism ,
production and another to another. which so bites the president, udl Nhiclh I
The question of producing forage crop.. l he feels so unjust !
of treating the diseases of trees and "It is not Theodore Roosevelt who
animals, and in fact everything of in- ought to be in Sing Sing for crimes and
terest to the farmer will be handled by misdemeanors yet it is Theodore Rioose-
men of wide experience and ability. velt who has been dealing in glittering
in addition, other speakers on thIs generalities about corporation abuses
subjects than those designated by the when he should have been prosecuting
Secretary of Agriculture will appear. individual offenders for violations of the
Among these wil be Professor Soule, law."
of the Agricultural Department of the It is one of the most eager desires of
University ot Georgia, and Professor the Roosevelt heart to put one of the
Dugger who holds a similarly responsi- big rich men in Jail for violating the
ble position with the University of Ala- Federal statute. The department of
bama This will without doubt be the justice and its agents and special attor-
grandest and most instructive educa- neys have been unable thus far, in their
tion feature ever arranged for any State investigations, to find legal proof of the
Fair, and will in itself make the Fair guilt of any of the very wealthy men,
well worth holding. Every farmer and whose names may not be given, whom
cattle breeder in Florida should hear the administration suspects of law-
the lectures, breaking.
Every county in Florida should take a With the certainty of their guilt, as
hand in making the Fairs a success and it unquestionably is, in the mind of Mr.
the True Democrat hopes to see Leon Roosevelt, there is nothing that couldi
the best of them all. happen during his administration that
would give him more joy than to see
Shipped to Dry Counties. certain exponents of high finaflce, who i
b .. _. dy, .. might be easily named, wearing the o
A special out from Pensacola on the i tn sbits which it is o the icion of
first, says the first arrest to b e made administrationthey deserve to wear
under the new law pas d by te last The last The president, through the overn- ,
legislature prohibiting the soliciting or mnent's legal officers, is using all the
shipping liquors into a prohibition coun- energy and power that are given him to
ty was made he y, wn N. Gold- put some of the suspected guilty great m
ring, a wholesale dealer, was taken in- ones In jail..
to custody by the sheriff upon a war- There are things thatareknown which i
rant from Holmes county, which charg- are not susceptible of legrl proof. The
ed him with soliciting business in that getting of evidence so strong that it is
tyh State Sohltor J Wler K- sentiment proof and technicality p
oe' who recently stated that he intend- proof one of the present endeavors ofi
ed prosecuting parties for soliciting the law officers, asit h been their en
business in the "dry" counties of the deavor for more than sixteen months c
state in violation of the new ant of the npt. If such evidence is found the ed-
legislature, caused the warrant to be itral i r, prompted bythe uery (
sworn out, the matter having been of the oea it ir promised, wil find
brought to his attention. Mr. Goldri sanwr thco tmenttoFd-
gave bondn the sum of $1,000 for his eralrio of some men whose names
appearance before the next session of mwefamlilar in connection with scanda- I
ecurt In Holmes t lo finanialtransactions and enter-
The statmeeat of the state solicitor sa iS t t

Oi fact that one arrest had alr y Kr. Rase feels that he wl have
been ma, will probably put a stop to done the reatet single deed in his ad-
the shipment of alromf thisade GagIsqgaperformed araklasbew
to mmnites in the state where ni or wesVmW to t wa.try if he wsueeds in t
0not sol specallyathe pea lot t a of the more notorious of a
V 0 -as the license p the e i ly rich" behind thoe bars.
reemty In which the party is He is taking mano personal interest in q
GaeS t mallome 1 Mi thi*s tlan s any other pasiof govern- v4
fallo fer-hes, dtm grt naivSal atoh
Sr ofte Tail lahse el pet-r of the work of Mr. Kel- w,
S ldS-o ods. tT^?eU ? s^ he -- hoe cil attorney, and othersof ,
t ~io f immo th gees a et's leg sta Attorney
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I $010U0 for the Infof e the oeheiram aare that the mnia ofend V
"*"- lol enterprisiL is ndouigthe ere p in the hands of e4en, will a
h a d an extensiv poeim y done thing ieminadl be. .
bh, q of tmme lumer Busti bl e C arne were was W an unesand .in that
Seapt mre *-oime Indastrig futue *1r they suld do it,.but todies the cI
Iu.. i. _0.0e for the t doepe e Uweho M_! i who wooh mintor ohat i
a ,aaMeN lentew udowat the Pacifcm, to the hands for w ooa s lad u
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MYlit es to -est-. p- eie lf By natural way to happiness tis by th
to j m um peiltics b"..0
m a e theMso.adeptInadi iand in ma
wngdoomng, have been Jmusta in t'tr _.oi-I Inot -the ls of bei-
St trail led aywerewere ooorelaoly bt rather tis a
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to All-Special Privileges to None.
.sr ?e Es Frees chle'. WOND
Chaire',- Now L-A lord man X
drove into the a last TmhuNday at. I
tnmocn and hiteed his hoe too near -A-- U t--
an oMd we, ahaserved by im. The-
horse fell wty in the well. and it took .
the om efforts of u et aU the Wemderfl. eatil and y
men of the place to rescue the poor ani- is CMthUe. "
male which did not seem .t result in ... ..
much harm to him. There aS couple .very day p_ I g1t, ever hour, ml-*
of old wells in the place partly con. u and new children are
called by bushes, and ome time it Into t rld, .X the New
might not be the ery of a bore having American. Out of thg t han _,
fallen in, but of a preloai little child. Ss et=aIc s me in the.
These ar grave dangers that should be and mOW lie' MD stay here St
attended to. aw doingthe wor or wih Mny
The little fellow who felloft the mov. are Sent, ann the go back to the same
ing train near Miami, lst week. r hasa n loun, kns ilec. -
relatives here, who read t the incident Iamit me w
in the Democrat with interest. It seems uetiful and m '1 a
almost incredible. It is strange to as .Evey human b e iv ,t*
that such a small child should be allowed mos pwerful, was nes .at
to go alone to the rear of a swiftly mov. ,k.*wal depended. t upe ,
ing train, and that his only relative Tho-nly really tumootant
with him should be asleep. Fortunate world the human baby, leach
indeed it was for them for the train to p in the ocean of hiu
look him up. Truth is indeed stranger e mothers work one t the
than fiction. o. the mo the who apply the p
Mr. Wmin.Johnson went uptothecap.- givin to the world he power,
tal city last week and was initiated into thought of the future .
the mysteries of the Knighteof Pythias. We know how the rain is' l p
Mr. and Mrs Brooks, rom near Mic- out of the ocean a ca
cosukie, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. eart.hs surface m making Itfrtful"
George Patterson, last Friday, en route beautiful. aIn tLum way, tsem
it) their new home at Delt. mysterious ocean of force or of
Mr. and Mrs. ralbot hitfeld of the children, the little drops ot h
Tallahassce, were guests of Mrs. Whit- ity, are rained down upon thlS p
eald's uncle, Prof.e goodes ,of s{. t- to care for it, to improve it, a
urday week. 'r velop it in accordance with the
Mrs. 1. S. Pattcrson wife of Talla-' eternal wisdom.
hassee's popular *ethodlstdivine. spent. whenever yu see a very a
a few days recently with her mother, in herawl about.s lock, or bekwn. ati
Chairss. crawl a t looking upwad at
Mrs E. .. Howell, our postmistress, big people, and the other big
r..ently visited relatives in Jackson- you see that which is more 1
vll. relativesstudy and of thought than all tngnis '
Dr. Noble, the dentist, is still in "W ..'u. little earth l.
Cha.ires', ibut expects to leara this ~ tohlt a wonderful stoll
week. If lipratice would warrant it, we tWehl, bnksh child miatthose who
would like to have Dr. N. permanently .. I .tihft mh t o es
reiode in our midst, as he has proven to off into the infinite might come
be a high-toned, Christian gentleman. tell their story. But every m
Mr. Hrinsin is visiting his mother, in lives come into the earth from tpt
Cecil, (;G before moving to his future mysterious, infi ite,unenowanta.
place of business, at the mill, the latter although we do not realizeIt, lth
part of the week. do tell us the story of the gret w
We learn that Mr. E. C. Smith, our that has sent them here.
commissioner, and also M r. ;Georg Every child, as it btins to ve
Earnest, will erect boarding houses at roves that it is sent y a bne
Mays, two miles east of us. However ower, with fixed plan. Eve
not all our people will migrate to this in child proves the folly of Theg.
place. We expect to remain in Chaires minded atheist. or self-satisfed
awhile longer-at least till Mays is a ist, who speaks of this earth na tI
little more firmly established. accidental result of uncontrolled door.
lttl mor ry e"tanahed forces
Mrs. Henry and daughter, MiS I'h1i- nThe little force lmos too -s.
na, of Monticello, came over to Chaires The a ittle irl, almost too sma to
Saturday and drove over to Mr. lion- talk, beins p with her do
ray's sister, Mrs. Wpm. Roberts, for a has brought from the great Power
visit, sent her the love of children, and
Dr. Noble was a guest of the Leon insalready preparing to take care
in 'lallahassee one day lst week, and them. The greatest happiness in the
visited his friend, Dr. R. A. Shine. world is found in the intense affection
Rev J. E Woodward held another of a mother for the newchild, and there
eriea of services at id last we rk in nothing more beautiful than the do-
raving rev A M Mann and Ivt velopment in that child almost before
lioniker A.tssitin F him the capacity for speech, of the same
eo. Mat ras n h ano ... .d mother love by which it is protected.
ev. Mianne aeomlpesani dr. Wood Little boys in their a activities in t r
wrd hore Wednielay nir, ht fea r ilg desire mto something "to h t s me
Dis^r meeting serve, lyavini Mr i have o l and lll up the a
I n cht e of th ri-ein Tt ro.t. thin," to be busy and rough and actlve
nl in charg e of the le'tinlg.ate re prvedl ah e -hrworkh Sm pi.
turned to Lloyd Thursdiv aim ternofn. ou tfor al thettheg wo et k wasynaes
Little Hester Mann, of Madison, i out he or e thern log before they o.
ited her little friends hre last week her With their toys, and too,
This cool snap is ,ut a foretaste-of g- r'ames, they re pracN c for the e ml
rhat i to fo allow. Frmersm i re digin t h e
,rig n' eor K M^ In theoht
res a sr r ing to -i that their e is a ral manhood for this
yrup. Mr. Scott Fleming has already r n fit. A ndlet s shelp
mnde his, and has a beau iful sample along the im ement, fist of all, by
on the market., y,
The mor net. fond short tha doing gev or thing thall t we can for the
The c pattern cop is ooet t r.o f.pb ochldrl en as they come helplessly

u tinsetw bales.- p r att r*on do for them as much as was done for
Mra Rginn S a pescame near lsing us*, or mort, remembering that whon we
his houseby fire ree tl iln George- ml have gone and lien up i theSetrI
town. S.C., but the f-ire ampany's ef,- f. the will still b here worin ft
ictent service -preventedItth' roo fiake ofthe baby lumanlit ia El ,
mly beinf burned off. TW furniture ii ilrueorthyof vlt
as damaged to the amount of 60.00, tetoradthreat unopened m
vhloh wu o owever imored. Lkily .of the e.-ternal ay.,
he nre occurred in the day eid not at WorE Semley rFe te.
>i of our youn, men Is proving On his recent vliit to NewYork Gem.
ey rearkabJle Salvation Army, who is now quitee
-'" .ab.- _ble and In poor health, sisoS hti
Am VmgasOseyo t. meetings, said: "I have nOW ruM ed
Florida has several men who would my proun, he .mad "ad Iiv
lonor the Govemnr'i offic- mo e mnng grown stronger and stronger. T
sell known toallof -me like -avS- an exemplfncatlo of my theor, that
,own, Myers;. tiSEe, Ma-s: work is the great remedy for allhman


7tor p,,-"meople did no.. others. There is in every oe a nate
Our id Is to hold on to and ue what that resp0nds to a call for goodness al
mo have until it wears oat, and by thatbenevo and God. This nature
ime you wi have found out wha-- t..be overliod with all manner of evil pm-
e new material. Recollect, in one of s, but tilit s there. Thi goodn!es
Tig ruhe offT after somethi "fft n the natures of the people wull b
nd w yo got- 'Wll 'ie brIouht t by patience and detoermli
enning' ,and he prved to be an- tlon. So many pople think that thy
stisfctory ofm-Mln In. oth blic. I order t haveha-


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GREAT SALE OF SKIRTI THIS WEEK. A Large Assortment of Shirt Waists
The Latest Models in Panama and in Plaids, Silk and Netfover Silk, at prices
Voils. Styles, Fit and Color warranted. that will certainly move them.
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Silk and Dress Goods.
AT $1.49 AT $1.00 AT 25 CENTS.
36 inch Guranteed Tafetta 5 4 inch Broadcloth i n 36 inch Suiting in popiflar
Silk in Black, Brown, Navy Black, Grey, Tan, Brown, Plaids.
and Garnet. Garnet, Navy and Green.
AT 25 CENTS.
AT 50 CENTS. AT 98 CENTS. 30 inch White Madra, some
36 inch Brown, Grey, Black 36 inch Taffeta Silk in all very pretty designs and
and White Brillantine. the latest shades. stripes.
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7 a LaFa p.m. end
S3-ser ar. ***- After this, the boys Invited the girls
a'. nLjoa e e 'S to a bitinr contest. Pebaps it had bet-
'it *2 .""' m..'S -ter be explained that they ble apples.
s. MVo i e r ge mon. not eachother. The boys had advan-
"7 c"ta slofAli wl' ^ tage of the girls i having been coaoh-
.ed In the art by one of tei older guest
S. who seemed to know just when to let
SSm Ttal of 1aowlege. the apple slip to one sie.
l that-I know sla th song that I sing Fortune allowed the yoUng folks
-Of the bloom on the bough and the bird glimpses of their future fates. But
on the wing ; whether the old dame was kind in this
All that I feel is the life that goes by is doubtful, judging from the expres-
.Rl the breadth of the wind and the blue sion on some of their faces as they
of the sky; emerged from the presence of the I
~|;' .l that I get is the Vift of life's dream- Oracle.
An ^ r ,, A guessing contest, "nuts tA crua;"'
e simple, swedt memory of youth's varied the amusement, and much fun
after-dreaming. was had from the number of wild gues--
All that I am, that I wish, that I care (-made
*' / for, The same mature champion of the,
SAl that 1 lift to the clouds my brief apple cmitest made the hit of the t-.kn-
prayer fpr, irn- The ,iule.tion was asked. "WhatI
,. strength for thi strugglee and grace nut h ts the name of an animal ': His .
for th. tru-L,' ain twer was, "'a gooseberry."
a nd sight tfr the beauty that ,sleeps in .lack Hlorner's ,ie was cut, and a;p-
Sthe dui ; rprite f'vrs idrawp thererorm. I .I
That, out of it wint',nen, oume note t, '. thi.frests w(-ere invit-'d to try .."
borne to .no :i ring that lay t.. pting]lv diiplayeud tn
May ound in mny soun like a n,.Lge tlhe' op of a ',.rr' !t'' cake tlhe !i
( i( Irue wvas to \ award d to the one remove i
From the heart ;nJ the h pe a.rd thie thu rin with thete, th, without lea.ii g
dream of the o'\" any it r sy.ion n the icing. One ,,!
.Where I to witL my heart on my !eeve tihe \\ triI it t') his sorrow The
all the day. cake wa onlyv a mound of iour aii;d
Haitlimniore Sun. j som. cra1l ionlooker, with a sudi
A, H B- r t E c_ trihrust,* flattened his victim's no.-se
SA Hair's Breadth Escape. againstt the ~tutomn of the platter, on
Do you know that every time you have which the cake ['I' was laid.
a cough or cold and let it run on think- Refreshmonts ol fruits, candy, cak.s
it will just cure itself you are invit- i and apple cider were enjoyed, after-
pneumonia, consumption or some which adieus were spoken, and thanks
other pulmonary trouble ? Don't risk given to the host and hostess for the
It. Put your lungs back in perfect delightful entertainment provided.
health and stop that cough with Bal- The guests invited were Misses IretaI
i 's Horehound Syrup. and Margaret Bradford, Elizabeth and
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sallie Lewis, nancy Choate* Arahel
Sold by Hardee-Smith Co. Hopkins and Mary Gorman; and Messrs.
.i...-- ..r .i.. Blount Myers, Ned Chesley, Frank
r Kicks For Light. Cochran, Bernard Byrd, Abram Mc.-
A resident and tax-payer in the kick Dougall, Laurie Perkins and Humiphry
coluftn, of the Jacksonville Metropolis, Gwynn. -... ..


bas the following to say in print:
I want to thank you for light for just
oae evening in the eastern part of the
city. Just one evening, after I regis-
S termed a "kick" through your valuable
column, w had one evening of light.
The street lights east of Main street do
.I, not come on until 8 or 8:30 and some-
times 9 o'clock. It is absolutely danger-
ous, as ladies and children who are late
in getting home, say 6 or 6:30 o'clock,
are in absolute fear, as they run from
one ray of stray window light to another,
balling with delight the rays from a
passing automobile. Is this an advanced
city, up to modern methods ? Must we
wait far some horrible tragedy to occur
before the council or board of public
works take notice of the abuse of the
Property of the tax-payers? The city
electric light plant is the propertyof
the citizens, for the protection and com-
fort of the tax-payers. Has it degen-
erated into such a trust that the owners
most be deprived of light and protection
in order to fill the coffers of the tress-
&Ive the city good light and plenty of
it, and reduce the opportunities for
-crime.
WeMderfal EcSema Care.
"Our little boy had eczema five years,"
writes N. A.. Adams, Henrietta. Pa.
4Two of our home doctors said the case
was hopeless, his lung being affected.
We then employed other doctors but no
bemet resulted. By chance we read
S about Electric Bitters, bought a bottle
ma d noticed improvement. Weto
timed this medicine .pntil several bot-
tins were used, when our boy wa com-
ptely cured." Best of all blood med1-
S Guaranteed at all drgtore. 0. *
Ia NeaB of &Iss IeWa.
On last Wednesday evening, at the
aidence of Mrs. N. M. Bowep, a very
Pleasant surprs party took pAwe
Sof Mi Grase Iusa-
S hBeach, the armbi guest of
Misses Clare and Marion Bowen. Th
evedg was spent in daemia and other


-ma Piet an, John BDeB w. W oe.e.
Mr. Vlmat and dwar Bowe..
X. Y. Z.
Man IyEPle. /
0. W. Cl01d, a merchant of Plank,
Mo., had naow esape four y
=, wbha he ran a lnlM- bar fn UI
Wm:bsHe ays: "TLe doctor wanted
tIpxlte it, lbut I would not comment
flit a box of Bucklea's Arelca
audat eared the damage
eetastes lke more. Ask T.

1uel away 3aks. are. te
BIthAll i


You can't be well if you have a weak
unhealthy tired out stomach. Neither
can you feel good if by some little ir-
regularity in eating you have caused
the stomach to get out of order. These
little stomach troubles are signs of in-
digestion, which may, and very often
does turn into a very bad case of dys-
pepsia. Don't allow this to go on a
single day without doing something to
overcome it. Take some good relable
and safe digestant like KODOL for
Dyspepsia. KODOL is the best remedy
known today for heart burn, belching
and all troubles arising from a disor-
dered digestion. It is pleasant to take
and offords relief promptly. Sold by
all druggists.
Did you ask if we do not have this or
that kind of a business concern in Tal-
lahassee because you never see their ad-
vertisements in a newspaper from this
city ? Guess it must be so ; but we do
have some right large ones in the list,
all the same. They seem to think they
are doing enough business, however
without the use of printer's ink and of
course people from home do not know of
them, and that they do business here.
Chapped hands are quickly cured by
applying Chamberlain's Salve. Price
25 cents at The Tallahassee Drug Co. *
Mr. Miles H. Johnson, Jr., was in the
cty yesterday and made us a pleaart
visit. He informed us that he had pur-
chased Mr. Miles H. Johnson, Sr.'s in-
tereet jn the dairy farm which he has
been managing, and left with us an or,
dr for a complete et of stationery.
All fa ressi hould se neatly printed
stationery, and tbo e Johnsons have al-
ways dane so. And why should farmers
not adverrise their business as well as
other feks T
When &e baby is crons and hasa you
worried and worn out you will find that
a little Caemweet, the well-known
remedy for baMes.and children, wil6
tMe Utowe ain a short time. The
Wa. O printed plainly on the
-oe Contaias no opiates. Sod by
0.15 '_i -


Notice Is hereby iven that it sla the
intention of the City Council of the City
of Talahasee., Florida, to pass an Or-
dinse oa the 36th day of November,
A. D. 107,for the levy of a
pe tax o r forMa1 for wa r ad
ie pImleio. upon the taxable pr
eSrty within the corporate limits of the
Iof T h Florida, for the

At -nt ity
(S i) A. H. WILL"Ms.
tedotk aoof to Cityhe CO


St




aorsale007 l aygstoma


The "La-Ezy" Mattress.
Made of 45 lbs. of pure (ci'nol
felt in layers like cut- Ii 1',i
(GradI Ticking-French R I I
E l.',4-Imporeria Stitched <;nu:r-

;ant,,ed in -very jay the eil ,"
the "(.ftermoor or anv ,tIi r
S15, oii) felt mattress, you t !.
the jud'r,'.
Orler one to-dny, sle t
thirty ni- 'hts, and then if i
not ;:' o)lutely satisfied you 1 '
e'v '.ill ho immediately r, !
without question or quihhld
ONI.Y 10.00 FREIGHT PI1'!' I1)
RHODES-FUTCH-COI INS
FuTRNITURE COMPANY


Jacksonville,


- lorida.


Jeff. D. Ferrell,

WEEL WHRICT and BIACKSMIIH.!

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


3A portion of the public
patronage is solicited
and satisfactiOn g uaran-
teed.
Heavy and Particular iaulling a
Specialty by

G. H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD, and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and Graders, same
built and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further particu-
lar, or address P. 0. Box 285 Tallahas-
see, Fa.

J.H.HORTON
104 MASONIC BUILDING.

Tinniag, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofng, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
soliefted, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
roni. . . .

Plumbing a Specialty.


ALBX WADDBELL.
BAKBR.
Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every day
fOr sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
and1
J. W. COLLINS & CO.


-'1L --m_ ~II _


SANBORN LUMBERCO.


Sopchoppy, Florida.


*I1


I'


1 .;


Sumber, Staves, Slats,


Heading, Shingles.


H ickery, Ash, Popular in Special
0 4--- .-- -1


Sizes


and, Length a Specialty.


THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishind
in Florida. -


ihTi htIiom of the Wild hItcr Iand the \\ id Turkey, the winter
homne of the' Wild (.oose andl \WlJd Duck. The best Quail and
Snipe shooting in the South. Tho best Sulphur Water in the
State. .- - .

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.


SE A BOARD


Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RALIEGlI, RICH-
MOND, WASHINTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORH.
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY


SEABOARD EXPRESS


SEABOARD MAIL


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

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


F4ITADUSIIED i


ESTABUASIIFO )1886


GEO. H. HOLMES,

Undertaker and. Funeral Director


and Embalmer.


Day or Nl~jht


Tallahassee, Fla.


Phone No. A4


R. G. FERRELL,
(SwceWor to A. T. ReiOs)
,BLR AIll Kinds of Fresh Meats


Satisfaction


guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt deliv
FIRST-C LASS MEATS.
RIni up Phone No. 283.


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


emsi to SaSt I
Three Nice Rooms, all conveniences,
tumished or anfumished-lights, baths
sewerae. Address P. 0. Box 39. or call
at "thi o e. 34-tf.


ta Dried Lumber.
We are carrying a nice stock of floor
ang, cewil ,noY y, iding and ide
boardCom and select what
want. Child rm. t


i.T]


ttles with
psessated to
- wereI
go out
out a
iep. This
at as the
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STRUE slT l \sar VmWUMLe t at rene
a-""f Ja- *. re f -, *"Wilon of Heramad' sks tame- e ofP loreld k ame-
....-as-- m itholt i_.hea hinbose power a c h f
u.m mBnD 3Vm xai3 IOmIm. pl on the Broolwksvol Star (doJen- i TeJ.li eb e *leflin
S--- .. oing own it), sand o stitues to dis- sessions. The l of he
i soumd M l am MaU sA. s M at eUM the Walle. Claim Just as (( allt hist ad Baptist ei bs b
o reat o tT mTais awa mu d former st tments sad "Wargmenta" s visiting Clergyme on S M
Aot Caairm. o f m ib. I. hadl not been knocked into Smithereens _*
L ? A n by CoA. Wailt'e replies. His latt in er corks for your syrup 0= and
0c1slt.S-tl T t. thelStar of Nov. 1, eonslstsof extracts boik.seM R. W. Cobb, 20 emsa
.4- -.....t -T-.+ .o.. M from the opinion of Judge [then Attor- V0 1
gate e, 61.1W0 Teat, In Advment. ney-Generall.Whitfield of March 3 and A eclhlmnge suggests that thibee.
A wrtwihXteat.as Apetiattio. 7, 190, which assumed that Col. Wallet s like the fellow whot wlak at
__ ..".......u .was a State Ojf/*r, and could not, there- hlIs In the dark. You can't keep
T, e TMeDoff Is IsM* official N wmlo fore, hold offie for more than four him from it; but no one see It-not
L .A cea01r. years. All of which is true except the even the girl.
Sthe 0. P. & A. Railroad, has ben in
.. .-- - --- asumed fact [which was not a fact at Cot. j. C. ('l,.II, General Manaorol
Tei/NOT, X1y, Ne. 117. all), that Wailes was. holding a otate the ity on busin'e.s for the road.
office while at work laying the founda- Mr. T. C. Parker.of the ParkerNews
tion for the collection of the Indian War Company, wits reigitered at the Leon
S _-_---_ Claim. last Raftrday.
Is ei "'t s nrt "" ""rt "'P That ,uch a"Htate agent" as was Hon. T 1. l.hrk f Monticello, and
mayr ,o ,esoiiorsa or c.irrumatane".. Nt a Col. Waile. i and was not a State offi- Mr. C rc, traffic Manager of
ce oner m.ever .u'shar d, it.i de.nthe G. F. & A i. I are two of the
. .... cur has beer authoratively decided in Leon's recent ,,,tuNts.
And there are, alF",, many who be- toe Hupreme Court of the United States Have you s,,n those lovely Diamonds
leve Judge ( harles I'arkhill would inMinstouri ex rel. vs. Walker, 125 U Sweeting ha4 Irourht from New York?
make Florida airn excellent g ov'rrnor, H. t3:, in which the court held that a They are good to' lo,k at if you do not
one who, if elc.ted, would be a governor contract made under the authority of a buy them 34
for the whole ipople of Florida ardl tatuteu, bty a state with an individual On Mr. (;i, fi. Averitt's place last
p rweek a fr,.;tk, in a calf. was born,
a, above petty litiN. to procur., at his own expense, Im-fore with no til at all," qnly a "little
ab hpltty ,^ t .'... (,Congre.-s iranl the departments, ec.rtain bunch of h,,r." 1k,. the Florida rabbit
STheChiply Iann,.ray,pf our town- spe ial claim. of the State arairt h, has, and it s i,,,l Ira one eye.
dman:t fr r.ilr Slomon, thet people', rnt 1 nit .d Sat and to receive a.. full allaha!...o ,, ;.r, all pleased to wel-
didate for railr'oaldornniidoner, pent Come back t,, ,ir winter home in this
Monday here with friends. Hi i"enial 'Cralprn a' ,n 1for his services a ,.'.rv,';' city Capt. FI f). W iod and his family,
smite "d k f i rate ,i ',cornyri;s.ion on the irni ,i, Il- who arrival i w smill and plennrit waym make fri,-nd; , r ," r
for im whe vr tic. #., l(ctled ,,y I,, waS an age-r.'y an'l nort I Profetor A,, H Clark, of Quincy,
for him wh vr a .m spent last S ,.,:rlav and Sunday with
The lbrwnhl anrd r.dewuy St. l'ePterhburgK 'Ihit -I he 'Wail S ..... ... 1 .. ...... ... .. .. ri n d .


inn elrwf')' ii'n l "' 'fN I, it im v.. ',i
at this offlice', :a,' we hall look fo)r it.A
visits with |liiture ,,ach day. Msa it.
meet with asl lof Editor 'Powell's exie'- i
stations unJ dl':ires. It will help Imild
up and l,',atlifv St I''teriiAburK.
The' T'ri ,' fI' ,r: r;,t a14. ,> the Trihii e, ,i '
and N, wv t,' Tr,,a.and loth.r (laily


Mv.'. Vv 11 n, l coa ''ir w', 1110 ?'.0 -PI"
silly Lhthe.'' ;II(,id $I wich 4aid -j, hil
a'( I to' I I r! tili't- t A'e. v t h I -1 t'It "'
; 'I utfill h i t A ci rn e v otit lr d I oI.-

wl I'-ti' I Ij II4 h


npp'. w, kho hay'' eerr'v$iearueeivntg irrI.'' 1 r. r

In 014. vs11feltol. too, ily ihvtFey v cll on it e, ~ ~ lI Iflii;'i 9 i..I
"'for oaort-'' it fecrtuu cfio iratl r t hrn lanI I itl! "1 m I ll a e .1tok t
have. /,,-varfatruipla it ? W'e' r''t, 11,~lIlLe Iii I Li
consiel'rttc' sarl rfatt le' e'stt '~ecar to (f ; Yall\ ii,w'.''i 'ltirn, like' C .e I si trir


'1 r Cae'irrjahl~ele Adveacrtiser
thusely mlh'fi tm acc! mele

roll ii wiV Ii's' Viviivthle 'esu
gulce'rinsteriisalodicl i9 ieueitsre'nr
tt of jecaroed c;Iirl- ift ,ur e
D, Illax h~it ii ov 'i hIa rntiun'cI
can~didaste fu~r veuve'rrmr.
Even ir i tn tJA11Or Y4.111 in
some' retsil live' tS e'erindliclatts
Por'te'dtolit, ftreatteeleitatsit Fila
Harrin' ('oruintis (iat (coinvo
Oculai. !11(1 el nl Fl'ridist rife'wimi
se~,n have' jirie'Iio i~rmunin''fc'ti
Imetits well flcli gt $." 101 0-11
vance'. tear it will ceot T1 iorw
Icinirhe iftit Ownit itwill fior iti s
anid I ho- oca, ,' v laird' frymy
wornipt' flr-t.

"'We-t fl it9 unT l v, ' 11-4t
W -tit ()fefl ii it lcE ll '' I '
tSe'nurtior f n ii1,r idic l'i'. 'I III9 ,
ce mi' m~lis'll M\lr ;,I 'it 1-1w


Yes, ;11,. I
whoitii i I



te'f'ie:4 NPii tit ci tlli f In i t ~

ii ecfTi 'IIltiiFeFtchIiiaj:

*the fe ilatc'eta i i. ii iii? c''i bit,
ae'vi-tt, tit Femc'r ect Sitat-'Adiiti
offYivitil'. mvI---'rat ,ef I Ftc' aupir,
of Fulelt'i411and teen lilsltC(


r f JI'A 1t 1 %%War CI ;imi, lit', jpaiid to a I' i '1'',' l it,
i lyani ,of t ,l te ic al ;c i. 1 i ve'rouchar
,if 1-14.1 clii ilec1ilsar(of it H htic i. i ll IIt w work, patid
Isff15 1A5 xicrs si tbc' lX (fII r I It I i' l-vi'It Iing t he'
ehi I, i pit, el c TIArIIII d II Jrc-'tIe Ile e i -
himl -'Iff I(lt Oe)' can 'latch it \AIk'' IIll$4'l. AIII '40~t
Ifioil lIt tlit, fe'atI ta re's )if lOt'' II:in Ii ;I
1 ~i'., Ir.''f which St'cr''twy WVrindlsa iia. la ~at-
*s sir'' cX- Ditg the tisiisn Unde'r til l#- dirGn (if
iter Frank ConuigremN. ,fe lleiwcel inipilicitIIv Ilie are-
i'ntiorl jitt vented cl thc uite euftie'i111,ifrim t 'avtrifiv-
ilacrg will ifgtivhow.limii? imriit(ittrf the' ilaieitifor thle'
It dle'part- g4nitulli-r stilia of :9,IH,~il s~i
it- in ade- thlaat )Ire'- cuild Iarfea,'e ilte' ett ite' t-lnitr I
tier, fir ua her tthi-, thir e' litiitivs llt.I~Ii''aticr!
'it ho r t, an e t h e tti tt f $ 2I .tJ tt)l llait e l I t tee( , talk w Ih a'

.0 0)ac th' 'a"a It(.ienef12 ta.W0, I' f *t f, fo f ith.
.Iiaa V lact srrd tint 'IIv -AI aI'' vitI, w I')ll
Ivt m t ee' lii lm ilelecil' Iiii ci m. I '~ t It 1'.4
9111(1 IN.c hl ~ iftt tIa caJ~mll rely :11'. it. I' ack1.

r 't.t Tet li 9 xih i e(11 r .,1 m 1 i 9 i 1., 1 1 't'r
I tl, l lit" tI II I c itI 99,'1 1.1 1 I *'9 il
:1 lilii I Pci k'I 'I' I' I
Pl~k'- wI
111 lt.~ elle~ilt, 'lI I
!,*I,, !,-iil li e I


S r n I ,II I

ilt rat i i
rue oiart


(O n 'I ,P-, a+ .','ri ,l:,,r' 1. I. llIi nak ,.'
of the l''|arn',l St.a1f I 'anr, apel'arel d Ie'
fIri' I i 1 < 11 1 ta- < el 'l1 l | e r'k it I I'4 rf \'il-
Slumita '.,, t \ wIo F le anaiItI(,, ul.Iv \,fit -' f v,,r c<1f 1, 111i)I 1 1 ,11 i t r V \ lili. II)Iu: 1 ' a C l .l4' ,l I 4h r ,,rt I ;1'1 Ir .II I
( .C or mll1i .i it I il ti .. : nI I n ll
for th tl ,;' Ni \. ii I II noi l i l, .r
1 f.,.. H... .1.. 1 1..... ... ... ... I 1 ., I .


t ,h:,i',I v ii t :1 ,, s I r"o-
S' ,,* s, I'' ,, I ,,r '.',,,,.1 S hu, i. W hit,
I l il, i \ rt I '11.n or I'Intf1" rIr) ,S{
a':ill I ,l ,fl1< O'n l trin lilr I. A ( ',. :17
Mi. O I .ir tVitrunmt -tenlrday,
while (c',,iitlg ,own t het' tiili't. ste'-ps.
ff',ll awil 'priiimn'd hits inkl'' ain or' armn I
.Rt'ai bitily an t f iffl re't 'l 'v.'e ','ly froilv
it.
I rae I" ,.lIt \c \e ,,l l :, ,' w l i (f
hfit l,s. *

ti' nedl there t.l v.
1s'it It |1 1 ' l l , n, ii -. i' ,I(
v -4 b ll I, \ 1 .. i l ,! I il < I'l
; al k lll l i . !I I -. I \ ]I I \ I o
.1 4' r i 1


(14 A cIIIa.c, I I 'I ) t'1 11 r.4 11- IIIIto tf I ~ I lai.''ii ~ I~ ',hr~ h
but at 111te- II '-I.1 '11.ci lnt' '..i~ Ia Flfee l. ~ aaett 't'9
l'ltca.,na lIvu ,.


that rntil .ume tihe' Il.t,,rie itn prnlt', .riIt
and adlversity in to lee pried, Btut nil
other kindt- are worthlehn It mnutters
not how hard i man nmay struiggle to right and make n Nucceps of life there
i i always some loathsome reptile, some
worthlesm wretch, who in ready to dragf
him down, to blight his hope. and blast
his fondest amnbtions. The kMns of
rmorey and property li nut the greatest
loan a man can sustain in the business
world ; far btoeu to 1e your money
.. tea to lowk ad amtis."


MInH Reotal Sevwellol. ef I',rns.ac;ia.wlho
haNs hbn vlsitiniK Mrs. 1.. ('. YtmIer for
Some week, ln. t tli v'wek with her un-
cle, Mr. Johimon Gairwood. forn visit t.
Atlanta, Ga.
A regular meeting of l-eon's Board of
County Commisanners was held Tues-
day, with Hons. E. C. Smith. chairman,
J W. Collins, Rt G(. Johnson. W. A.
Register and W. D. Stoutamire, all the
members, present, and the business for
the month was transeted. The True
Demoset will, net week. paMibah the


On two ao, .,,ar h luring this week
we have hf.ri, i! rintioned that Judge
M. II MA,,y ..'l make Florida an
4.%xtra groodi ( ., i rnor for the coming
four y eir.. :,i .irties who were en
-tl- T in tIn, t rrat ions expre(tsed a
strong) d ;or him *l t 4 :

fOLEiMKNrLYCUm
Mames Kidneys and Bladder Right


T GDD PLUMBERS
8ad GOD-TODS

will come promptly when you
'phone or send to me for them.
I have an efficient force of
workmen, a very complete
equipment, and am prepared
to make repairs on short no-
t;-e( and at the most reason-
;ab)l prices.
I am al.'o in a position to
suIpl',' you with maNy ne,,i,,
;',1iiiling ,equipti ienlt, a n Id
'.., ri yp c 1t, f'ul!'. r| f ine' l
i;' IM cAI an S of fixtur.-:. mnd lIt m',

111J. It I," n 1':ti f(1 'I t Id'rv
n the \; ,v ;l']' n 1l 'r .
!,, t o tell yo, ,.'I t I ii
I- & ( 'adliu 's '''w ll
t; ivi Sanitary I' 'i, .,.
.,' trouble to talk it over.
PHONE ().
IR.. .1 P H I l, I 1 S.


SAipae..V ryuegcr, "erYd


1 1 '.J .. 4


I


-r
"-a:"-,


L1A&CR


A full Line of


Ladies Silk Undershirts


We have the


Irwing Drew Easy Shoe

For Ladies.


do- _- l


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A Cup of White House or Blue Label
Hoca and Java Coffee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at break fast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
g.,od1 effoee. We take special pride in
our I'randt, as they hi''ave inaile our
st,,re fat'rnto;l J.ust ;as groiII a the cot-
fee we sell are tea.s, which principle
','hli' gool through ut our entire stack.
We, sell nothing iut .he ic iet ,of food
products those'. \'. have tested our-
selveS,, and .-o can .tarid ,yl' them.
J. W. (oI.I.INs. Grocer.


At Corbetts


Every purchaser during No-
vember and December will
be given a handsome Souve-
nir


At Corbetts.,


46'__


1.


1,


?


z *-Ui bM g -i
mat


Are vmfX*

to drinks oatria tut -
for breakfast., but
get suoh good off '
now that they drik* t,

They say the best ,
fee in town is Chasoe
Sanborn's coffee.
Your friend, ,.
Jacob. ,
Fe So Its funny ti
I always forget that,
you oan get Chase & ;
Sanborn's coffee for
35 cts. a pound at
L.. F.AL DOLPH & SON'.,
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See moge kne M to be re-
'Ivt- wacos -ods" w again
an oosoodow af~r-o-oma
m crowd of m Wie loarm
Swent out to the m thly
service. Eve standing rooto
o be hado adI the corridor
t from te chapel was also


af air-tU le of I---oetwkUm. w they
lave adopted as their proposed eMtter.
L. MOBTON Mi RRjAY.
C. 0 MUDEAX.
"HU. HOOVU.
POPOBCHAR THU BRAD-
recV TOBTIO COMPANY.
The undwlmrgnd a t 'beby
Matoe M themaelv es the pur-
DOMoff onn a v uader the
S At of the nd
adopt the follow*It 'e har:
ARTICIU L
The name of this c patlon shat be
"The BradfordvUIe TU O company "
and its business shall be conducted In the
State of Florida, and In otherStates of the
United StatM of AAel ms ad in all for-
eign countries, wherever necessary or con-
venient. The principal oflioee of sald cor-
ooration shall be In Bradfordvlle. Leon
County, Florida.


program for the Vper ee ARTICLU n.
w N eleetad sad betWlfu _mn- The general nature of the business to
I se PNruckea, teacher of vio- be transacted by the ald corporation Is
VW. rke, teacher of Vio that of planting, oultvttafg, growing,
d er fi t appearance before producing, ourina. acln, manufacturing.
a B public, and she charmed selling buying and handlIng le tobacco
eAtitm In" her large n .an't e and all other farm products; constructing
I*sy me is a lady ohain buildings, buying. leasing and otherwise
r A y f acquiring, selling, letting and otherwise
OWa a gracious presence that diaspoing of structures for shading tobac-
ha n and wmanlyco, and suitable buildings, including ware-
I f n arhouses and peaking houses for curing,
istad i bot i ff tartl n- handling and preparing for market, leaf
and is capable of truly In* tobacco and all other farm products, as
I L well as merchandise of any and every kind
SatiL e tin a- nal privilee and character, and saw and make, buy and
tof sell lumber and other blldlIn materials;
bey o itisens-that f to raise, buy and sell Hve stock of all
omth music as Was so0 kinds;.borrowilg and lending money, with
woidedfor them last Suida or without security; Issuing anmd qlling
s* e resmn ir bonds and other negotiable Instruments;
fo the etrt al n pment ofy buying and leasing or otherwise acquiring
ed for the entertainment of the and holding real estate; letting, selling and
,M th. public is allowed to share conveying real estate; owning and oper-
e ss o far as visitors can be eating saw mills; cutting sawing and man-
ufacturing lumber for all and any purpose
,S.^>.- _w .whatsoever, and conductin 'a mineral mer-
bisre nsothin e for stomach Cantlle business; %ld to build, luy, sell
lang.h.etjDOrL, wc otain manage, own o6 cetrol hir 0 oh3'ter and
Jihan Km K L, which contains operate vessels, tramway, Irs or other
sameai iess found in a healthy stom- vehicles, automobiles and other means of
OK3L is offered on a transportation for the transportation of
nfor theai relief of hP fl brn- passengers or other products or property
an for relief of hrn held. controlled, owned, produced or manu-
tane, sor stomach, belching o factured by said corporation, or other per-
a usea, and all stomach troubles. sons or corporations In connection with
at times when you don't feel J the business of this corporamon. To bor-
atime wenou ont feeu row money and secure the same, and
t," when you are drowsy after meals moneys otherwise owing, by deeds, mort-
Syour head aches or when you have Sae, notes or other obligatons therefore;
amlbiton, and you are ross and ir- to make contracts between individuals or
Mbable, take a ittle KOOL. I di- corporations for the furtherance of its pur-
hat you eaten. It wOL make you poses or businesses, and generally to exer-
what you eat. It will make you else such powersas may be necessary or
Kltby. Sold by all druggiats. 9 convenient to te purposes or businesses
_of this corporation, and to have, exercise
"We And what we look for, evil or and enjoy all the rights, powers and priv-
W findwh a w Tten lr ,ileges incident to corporations for profit
shadow or sunshine." Then let organied and existing under and by vir-
s a look for the good pure sunshine tue of the Laws of the State of Florida.
ia everything, all the while, and hlp to ARTICLE IU.
weatter sunshine all along our way. The amount of the capital stock of this
eting ha just retued from New corporation shall be Thirty Thousand
Sween ha Just retu(ed from Nw (W000.00) Doliars, to be divided into
York where he has purchased a lareg three hundred (300) shares of the par
lita of all kinds of goods for the bholl- value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars
84 each. All or any part of the capital stock
of this corporation may be payable In
Maybe something will come of the property, labor or services at a Just valu-
new police of making war n trusts by nation to be fixed by the incorporators, or
tSS feir good, and myobe not. by the directors at a meeting called for the
in ir goods and aybe not. purpose. Property, labor or services may
We would prefer hearing or seeing also be purchased or paid for with capital
.--me results of the leud tak about put- stock at a Just valuation of such property,
trust manmtes behind the bars. labor or services to be fixed by the direc-
eizlet nn m e a ve tors of the corporation at a meeting call-
Th seizure ine may be a very ed for the purpose.
smart flank movement, but it looks ARTICLE IV.
more like the side-trackitr of the real This corporation shall exist perpetually,
issue.-Woman's National Daily. uas provided by law.
FOR SALE. a Scholarship in Stanley's ARTICLE V.
BusinessCollege at 4 per cent. discount. The business of this corporation shall
Apply to PeO. Box 341. 37-4t >be conducted by a Presidlient, a Vice-Pres-
l 0 _u i(1'nt, a atertetary anrd Treasurer, a Board
Mr. Johnson Garwood, of Atlanta, jof three Directors and su.ih other officers
Ga., visited his Tallahassee relatives and agents as may from time to time be
this week. elected or appointed. The stockholders shall
.. -. -- m..., meet on Monday, the 16th day of December,
A. D. 1907, for the first mo.-ting of said cor-
$10 ewad, *I. portion, at the offices of the corporation
e r s of this wil In Bnradfordvllle, l eon County, Florida, at
The readers of this paper will be ten o'clock a. m., for thc purpose of adopt-
pleaped to learn that there is at least ing by-laws, holding tli election of officers
one dreaded disease that science has and completing the organization of this
been able to cre in all its stage, andcorporation. The, stock holders shall meet
mn able to cure in all its atages, and annually on the first Mondiy In September
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is o ,,f each year thereafter, unless otherwise
Sthe only positive cure ow known to the determined by the by-laws. At this an-
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a tual stockholderse theeting tIerf shall be
-constitutionaldiseasesreguires a ousti- corporation ia Directers, and said Direct-
tutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh Cure ors at their meeting, to Is' held on the
is taken Internally, acting direct upon samp day, shall elect anuanlty a President,
the blood and mucous surfaces of the 'Vi e-Presidet, Secretary rd elTreasurer.
system, thereby destroying e found- corporation may authorize. All officers
tion of the disease, and giving the pa- shail hold their respectivioffrie-s until their
tient strength by building up the consti- Isuccessors are duly ehect-d aid qualified.
to aSS s natrin iAny two of s4d offie's. ex i..pt thllat of
tuition and assisting nature in doing its presidentt and Vce-J'resid.nt, may be held
work. The proprietors have so much by one person. The names of the officers
faith in its curative powers that they who are to conduct the biwiness of said
offer One Hundred Dollrs for any case corporation until those eleted at the first.
that It fast c Sd for ist of election, aforesaid, hall be qualified, shall
that it fails to cure. Send for list of e Moreton Murray. president, M. L.
te tilmonials. Hoover, Vice-President; and C. U. Mur-
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To- ray; secretary and Treasurer; L. Moreton
ledo, Ohio. Murray. C. G. Murray and M. L. Hoover.
Sold by alldruggists,e76c. Aug. 16-tf. ARTICLE VI.
S^^The highest amount of indebtedness or
PAT.'" SUD OATS. liability to which this Incorporation may
at any time subject Itself shall be Thirty
LmWed S pl, at 85 cents per bushel Thousand (4.000.00) Dollars.
orpthARTICLE VII.
ortf Tuu.. hAensm. The .naws and residence of the sub-
3O-tt. TouL.r&A n CoC. mh ndA th amiit ofa..*t stockI, -*


In the Circuit Court of Florida, Second
Judicial Circuit, L.os CoaMty. in
Coanomery.
Alesan"dr Robitauo, CompIlataat, vs.
Matfit Robtsom, Deleadeat. Divorce.
It having be am made to aMr by the


;0%dw W -9
ta day at SonDw
thiols im ore s .Weeiee
suoee ese n'h
it smoadv QawpRE


C. UM Oate~br A. D. 1
MW "Ab


subscribed for by each, are as follows:
L.' Moreton Murray, Daytona, na., 100
hat"
C. Murray, Daytona, Fi. 50 shares.
C L. Hoover, Jacksonville, Fla., 10
State of Flaorda,
Count ntI Vd.lA


I hereby ertif that on this day r-
oiMUly a before me, a Notary Pb-
lic l and te State of Florida at lae,
SMetoin Murray. C. 0. Murray and M.
Hoover, to ma wen known and known
to me to be the persons described nla ad
wbo sorb tetr names to the toe-
*hg ArtAe e at Inoeporpotion. as Incor*
mtors of the Bradfordvllie Tobaom
Cspa ny. and severally acknowledged be-
fore me that they subscribed their name"
thbreto for the uses and purposes therefa
expresed.
In witaose whereof I have hereunto set
my hand gad official seal this S2th day of
October. A. D. 1"07.
(esit) E. F. OAT ,


Notary Publi.
My commission expires July 11th, 19"
ae-6t


H. N. Swtin's handsome ack
Mes bae eemhge y the additip ot a
mmbwr of hanbd-arvda btsts of
3t ..mSw (CA .d e tbe.


SRrSOLVeD
*" i .EARON THAT WN r14 'ou LAY1
O_.lJNE p LSbT NraERw,
rVPLAtt BALL I IbMUST

IN OUR LIN.E DRB.SEPj Dlt YbU
W.VALL WINOUTBETrEK w

1'MECAMEvbU)PLAY, I f
44* tu iSdEAR GOO CLOMIES.
BUS'ER 13ROJWN














ee i a.e-.v ,e ,,see* ,,, a.** .**. ,,, I' RUaMH UNI .

SOME PLAY rooT BALL, BUT THERE IJ ONE
SAME WE ALL PLAY--JUCCE.SS. WE HAVE A
LOT To DO WITH OUR. SUCCESS OUR SELVES;
YET oTHERS ALSo HAVE A LOT To Do WITH
OUR SUCDEJS. YOU CAN HAVE'A GOOD OPIN-
ION OF YOURSELF. THIS I A GOOD THING TO
HAVE, BUT IT WOULD BE A BETTER THING FOR.
OTHERS TO HAVE A GOOD OPINION OF YOUy.
OTHERS JUDGE YOU FIRST BY YOUR. CLOTHES.
HOW ELSE CAN THEY FIRST JUDGE YOU?
BECAUSE THEY SEE YOUR. CLOTHE BEFORlE
THEY HEAR. YOU SPERK. WEAR dOOD
CLOTHES THEN, IN WHATEVER GAME YOU
TAKE PART. JOME OF THESE THINGS MAY
HELP YOU WIN:
For This Week Only I will sell Boys Suits as follows:
Boys S5.00 Suits for - .50
Boys S4.00 Suits for .50
SBoys 3.50 Suits for - .50
,Boys S2.50 Suits for 60
Boys $2.00 Suits for 1.50
Save 50 cents and buy your Boys Suit from

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SkO* *WW


BEHOLD!
The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
Single Wagons, Steel or Skein Axles
.. . 30.00
Light Two Horse, either axle. $W.00 to
.--- -. ...- 40.00(
Reg. Two Horse, 50 00
Timber Wagons,-..-----. $48. to 50.00
BUGGIES, Out of Sight:
Both PONY and REGULAR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached and no Complaints.
Customers from Amsterdam,b Ga., to
Florida coast and numbered by hun-
dreds. And they are still coming as
before one is out of sight another is
sold.
FINALLY-If we fail to please we
Recommend other pealera in the city.
Respectf lly,
TULLY & YACGER CO.
Tallahassee, Fla.


NOTICE !
Notice is hereby given to whom it
may concern that on October 9th, 1907,
Mr. Harris Levy withdrew from the
firm of Levy Bros., the undersigned
having purchased his interest In the
businsm. The business will be contin-
aued by the unmdersged as oprtes
under the old firm name of Levy Broas.
AARON L Y.
WILLIAM aLuV.
October Sth, 1907. 8-4t


eAbdowsorsbed"SOl.
(~SS,. s~44bntes soman d alpomssl
~~Ow&mads "la ainsteles of
Im, 0 sset the mam"I* ois under-
twb o yews or the s- swill be

u AMI AY gIVN"iAL D
A.4.1, eL.ds ad. Ia W Oe et.

Is ss im aW r neeis tothe
oihn ue v~stfrom dth dte.sib-
*2 rdar olbos nWT
Osw t UW muSGID.t LMujg


Or. MUMSS ABUtl.- PUiD--XM "I ,
f9 the pain, but do It 4usely..


Thos. E. Watson
was frozen out of the New York
"Watson's Magazine," but he at
once established a Magazine and
a Weekly Paper of his own.
Watswo's JeffersouMB Magazine
Price per year $1.50
Watson's Weekly Jeffersonion
Price per year $1.00
Both together $2.00
Address,
THOSE. E. WATSON,
Thompson, Ga.


Attention Tobacco Growers!


THE GADSDEN LUMBER CO.,
(Office in Quincy Florida.)
0
Are the people to order your Lumber,

Shingles and Laths frbm. Let them furnish


you estimates on any kind of


Building Material.


Yours for business, order now,


Gadsden Lumber Co.,

Quincy, - - Florida.


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A Mwitation.


t2 Aam. fe. Me lAme two week. past callali attnUe t4hMe enl'gleneat, IA


my


Store and Stoek,4nte nowu wlA to trSnd, to one and all a Spelal invitation to eome


and see me.


Sam bettep/itpad t Man eve. efe.or to fUl your wants in my llne.


rw you wilt fi/nd eeOOy thing aiusal y ear,'ied in a Asmt elan jqeweley Stoie and


uvery artle/M the est of it kind,


CooAly fofwa u'rd to a oiit from you and Aopain to Aave the pleasu.e of


selling you wAen dualsing any tnIAV In my lfne.


you.- &o,. oh AMSea,


J/Ais oN#eans


YOU.


TO O P T feet *of the a worneraof said tot no8. and Ale pert of T C lot 81. o p. described as fol.
TnO iO T running thene* 6 feet on Clinton street. wito-wit: Belaining at then w ernsor
theea 170 feetL thence w 6 feet, nd thence i me 81, n running e 1 0 feet.
O n 10 ft to the piec. of beginning. house- W t toence w Il feet. and thee n 10 ft
Wted1from S00 to M4. to the le olJ-ginna dwelling how.e and
James 8 Ceram., Aplmsehlcola. VlY -Part of T C :6re t M 400--RIlnd from 8t.000 to
lot mL op beginning at the n a corner of 4006
d 1ot m ud mdmntheswt 79 feet, theme H D Hatt i, MrsGrielle BHartt. Adma-
of InCM0 Is Cit Toa JAUM Sat 10 fset. theme 7 feet, and thenee n 100 Part f T let so U8. o p. described a follow.
VsItlaftlI e eth om t VI, L NT 1 O fart totl p of beuinnins. house-Ralsed to- Bi: n at th eornr of Monawu
ro SM to SMO. a CtaM straits, and runnlar n 0 fet,
082 b l BIt l M -oIdPal Ml- Mary Wright Ketot. Jennie wright., -half In. tha 110 feet.a them .es fe n andW then", t
SM Wiela the Corpont UmSoM toleit-Part ofFTC lot o ano ,seoC.= bed m w 186ll feet 1 t thile a ice of bos1nningturick
r folloWi towit C: 1Inn n ast t asegcorner of but IDR Cox rniture Co-
of tnh CIty of Tallahasseee, Fienda. mid lot, and running w feetl and then n ceMnii 000 to 87.000.
70 feet. thenee f77 rt. and thaen 70 feet L U LUvy- TC olt so 82. o p. house-Raised from
to plae et beginning, house-Ralned from .WOO tolX0I
Sia to 1.tateMrs Crv Aent-
Notire is hereby given t thit the (ity Jennie Ml Alexander Jennie Wright art-half Partof T IC Mlet .op.deslrlbedm. olwe nto
Counlcl of th" C(ity of 'runllhanciie'. ,o0n1 Interest-Part ofTC lotno. o p, described wit: Beginningat the n w corner of a lot
.ontry,. P'lorIla, sittingl an a toward of afoUow i to-wit: Beglnnins at thesoeor- nolK.andru a 80 fet.theneeeO feet, thence
qtfiulitilon, In nieti rdianrn with th pro- nor id lot, d running w 77 feet, thence n 80 et, nd thmee w so feet to the point of
vialon oif tIh following Notlie n 70 fet. tMhneea77 feet, sni then a 70 feet beinnin, old Marine Bank building--
"N(TIT('i' T i 'or()'1 RTY ()WNFilt to the placeof beginning. houw- Ralaed from Ra tdf re= ,M0to$,.000.
"Nlotite In he.rp'hy Kiv-ri that hli C('y $13 to 810.
('Counil-l 4f the ('lty r Tiallsohiuise. Flor- Geo Chaire and Lillie Ryan PartofTClot no Levy Brothere-TC lot no191. op. house-Raised
Ilta will mieot sit th; Cn(nerll Chinmt;r, ('lty 6, o p. boinnlnar at the n w corner of alid lot from 8B00 to $1,000.
Xnll, ('ty of 'r .lSn.e.'. Fiorhlia, o'it ad runnJi3 0 feeut. thence 100 ft Juliun Hi berhw- C lot no94. o p. brick build.
Thursday, )tni,ir lot i, A. ) 7 II Ti. Hit 7:3. theme* n 80 fet. thence w 100 feet to place of inJ, $4000. of TC lot 9b. op, brick build-
o'clemk, pi. m fr the, pir ,Nme ,f lhoarint beginning. hous--Ralsl from 00 tWO SMO Ing o,0-Raisedfrom $,000to 6,000 .
romplnlntm lmidl rwrtvtli ttnttmonv mm to
the value oft ,ity ii.r.t lv. r.'eil or perratinid st thewon- w ear of T C lot no 6. o p. begnnin 50 Constantine Ae of TC lot 96. o p, Con-
an fixed by ite, (tYv nmino.e..r iof to. 811, sun1 atttheswtrer of hil nt n rnninga50 stantin. oue-Rltalmed from 82.000oo to 2 600.
of pp.rfrthit.. r..viwiri..id ,,l ,,,i lll lip fee, th e w 100 fe.t. t hencepoq)foot. thento.
"of prfectint, r' K nin eet.iiii tw 100 fe anihe n f thene w 1 et then L M ilvely-TC ots nos 101, 102 and lO. o p, Ar.
"An i r'nlnt f r m, n i ir feet to the piece of herinning. $ITA) Ao part imory-- LaIJd from 61,300 to 81l.So.
sto"Any trmin, firm,. n s-ir.t or r of TC lot o. p, beginning s fet e the Mrs I Walker-TC lota nos 119, 120., 121, 122.
('it anl1 r.1in. 't l-r ,, ,, .ec'fied wi cornerof aid lot nd running north 100 2 i 12 N 1. op. 2 houses- Raised from
lovara th..,n..lv ,. ll.. I,1.,Il f w feet. thence 80 feeot. thence a 100 feet, and 0 to t.K
"A.rIt.IWII.IIAMIN. l lthew-e w 60 f t. to the place of bennln.JC's
ACty f. l t ViiiAM, hn 0--Rasd fro t 8400 t 8800. J FC chran-T Clote ne 127 and \12. oUp house .
"(flty ('it.r tk ('v ,ef Tl111i14h.4, l SO h tn. to^ I0 Uetofe thoesideof T C lot no 129. o p--
"Ity ire rton <.f th. Tillahnt o ., 1i-iridl, Il'.it.',inl.r t it,, A finsnint 74 feet aof then w corner of ld klot.
D. 1907" awmi tunninlg 1O faot. thence 76 feet. thence Wisdom Allea-T i C lot no 144, o p. house. Rained
Whi'h qlk Notclre wi pi hil.itm.l In I. n S Ist. d thence w 76feet to the placeof fr omM 8 to .S.
Weekly Trui l)e mocrrt. n rn'wnpomni-r p ih lbeginninl, house-Raiseld from 00 to $400. Mrs Susan A maesekh-TC lot no 147. op. house
fished weekly in th ('ity of P'Isi.i-me. Sadie lliand-T C lot no 11,o p. house-Raled Raisl edfrtm$1 00to OOO.
Florlds fin tIte noUi of rl' tem em.l r '.' from 81.000 to 61.800. L C YVeer-TC lets a m 148 and 149. o p, house-
Roptemhrr .27th, and Ortohwr 41h, A 1) J.aeph A ldmoIndon -T C lots nosa i1 IIs, ld Raised h from 1U. to $1,00.
1907. bia ranlse the valuation, H an x id y 1l. op.A houses- Raised from 800 to .00. FT M yr-T 0 et o 180 o p -Raised from 8400
Id.0 a.shown n his not$'ee. an' ti tit Wle' Io to O. d JDD Ca- bT TCe am M .. o. p. hose- Raised from
City (ouncll of the (ity of Tallahnmuese, A J rish FRtate. L C YVoger. Admr.--T C lot no at.100toS.U4
FPlorida,. mtting M a Board of 0quallsation, 81, o p. 3 houam--Rised frwnom 00 to SN. Miss Kate Bndth-T C lot no 1I. o p--R&l4d from
will meet at the cnum cll ('harmter. ity AJ Fishl atate L CYger. Admr-TC et no4. M400 toSMo.
Illt. ('Ity of Ti1lalhmnsee1, Florido. on o p. housew- aRtl from $n00tomOe. LC Y. C .t so 8 o .p 2 ou -Rid
Wa tnadnay the ,13th day of Novtmber.T A. D .a C no.ophou.--Raised fom fom l. os p. -idSS
reason that the owners or a&ent. ofoam aid 6.131100 to' $1,00. MrnCourtow Oes tleb-TC lot no18a.Bo p.TC
Real Nlotate or P.rmonal *mporty may dr- Lisllian 0 Hauls -T C lot no 46. n p. except that let 15M op L t 4 feet on 0 side, house-
eIr to Nivo why the valuation ftrid by the part lying oof straight line drawn from the RalnWd fr- lis. to SLOW
Vity CouncIl, tI tI Ia a B1oar of Iquaill. m. otsereof lot no 44.0 to the a w earnerof 0 (Iramnli ead OlGrains. and 0 1 Gram.
saton oishall be chnnired lo. t so 4 a p. house--Ra(dt from N6 to line wnUm fMtaleyr Ormltinc-& feet oRf
(lir. T'roelderft ('ity (n itii. l.CYaeer- TC lot no 4, o p. hu0se. and TClot. fram n18M tl .U.s
At t no WITI Ma 48 anda 8. p. house- etetl from $. 100 Mrs L D Walker-T 0 let no 1o0, a p. ho I e-- Rale.
(Niew-gu A. It VT-V,1AMq. toU OS. 1ad frow Pn to (OO.
tv ldirrcl inn of lthi p l' 1 rk. II RRL rn-sel tot m'O pI- house Tallsah AwWatierW irksnCompany-Part of TC
EAL r E (T , H 0 Weed-T C lot no 7B. op. 3 house Raelied ot no l e ise.rlbe as folltown, to-wit:
AL ESTATE. f ro wn to70 dining at thee a arne of maid lot no 1Se.
to.norun. wndnanw Set "in, tiherme n 130 f o, thence
Mrs Newell KWekher 'Part of It7lot nnl. o It.ps t hitod- of T C lits no 76 nd 77. o 48 feet 8 tto the n comer of aid lot, and
dolemritied. to-wit: eglnnlani at a point ls p. houe-aled from PI0 to 8.110U. thence i" W feet to the pisce of beginning-
feet west of the n or rneer or ai and rua n Mrs V Pritande li-T C tot no 7T., p. house- R d h t M to M
w lob test, thenceia.44 feet. theoe 106 feet. Beledflallt4ID ft100. Levy BROthes- t TC lot no 1sa.o p.-
and th n n94tfet to the tolo nPof beg *Tin- scribed on p a wa rwit: eglinaing at a
nInF. N00. house. Almn partnf T Clo no 1. o DrWLM oi-r-Patt fTC letonos.op. described intte theelcrne.o maid lot
p. Taeribed a feOllows: Begfilnninr at the as follow to-wit: Beinnin t the a w roa- n 6. t in ten oe n 100
romer of Idot no 1. land run thee n Tt netr f snad tnd and thme rum a 86 feet feot. t eM t 9 n. thenwe n 1t0
2then ew 210 feet. thenrea 7 7t fet, an2 insche-, then e 110 feet. then n U feet 4% fto to tbte e tbeginning,7 TUhe fetoot
thence* *810 feet to the point of beginning ineh. wthse w 1S feet. theme* a80 feet of T ClSt me 14. p-Raise rom to 1.00to
S I. Alo part of Tr torn no2. o p. dterhed tbwee w 10S feet to the place of betimai n s a o p ld o to
as fdltoiwsa l0rdgninr *I t1iw n parwe of sd Old Library Buldin, with additions- lIlad
out, 2. and run thonee 1s tot h. ihn w tll from M$.M to 17.0. 0J WPerao n Pabte to TC t vMoo lo and 6I."o
feet. thence nt 19 feet. and thienev 210fottn Chf t W Prwkb-- Part of TC (* t noI& a S p. d dew lo- ews.wit: Beegtnintg at
atofhelainnins. 00 Raised frm 8.000 toI m as w w t a the mTClotno. ndrum
..303.- tlntl Ml feet 61Inche ofl the piowntr Setf 6% I o feetf h eaW. V5ofee Water Warm
(lerooeWrwktMe-PartofTCkut nol. op. d. sa-dS tot no M. and tbme rua M tohem Admame a wtll*t festoghto
eselbd as lllowl. to-wit: Berins eoat the IW feet. theme na M fetthemes w U est to f3, A rt of
S w snerrW said lot 1, and run n 6I feet the galee of beginstar-aia ftam $0$.W to no e gials C fn t olot
the"e"*Me fett. t sa"feet, .and then. V O. 1:W Bte hews.ft
we fet to r the la hoMob Jon p F rh Part of TC tet as & corner e 0a 40 f
lk tw-rC L 0s. dew rfshoe Joh ^ as 14fellows, 110-111, Jfedt Sn t. 1;
t est I. to r e fet. W them.. iI lswu m Wf soel, t0&
feot,. -fyneswf w-t *i L M u TC t f 111ldr tgM
M bumg, from 8feto l -l '.,


OGnoe W Saxon-Part of T C lot no Is. op, d.- 06OpentBre Busse O L eague of the
served as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the Y kFrM- Part of TC lot no 176. op, dr
Sw corner of aid lot no 1. and then rune as follows to-wt: Beginning oan a
!i4 feet in to Tallahsee ater Works ot. Clnton street i feet w of the a e
themes. 80 feet. thenoaw 110 feetm 9 to Ad- lot no IITS, o thence runnilI w eloilrS
nstret.mlnd then n. feetto the plaeof treet a feet. thenoe a M ft theme Ue
-Raed from(0 to 8. ftee, nd thbe n M feet to the 1 se
Costeetine Alsero-The- afeet of TC lot no 106, *o "ut"idig. .4,p
opdescrbed as follows. to-wit: Beginnta t desc ed
at t e earner of said lt no 1 ad rrm n eitn on te a 5 -L s* 'e Cat no1," t*
S ft. thene w 100 feetthemeans fst, and feetw ofltheane orner otf sasid lotme



thebne 1M8 feet to the poe of beginningn C of the m nornng of Mid lot no 178. t nd st.oe
Col store-Raled from 8OO to 00. m f feet. thncen w 100 tt. thfeet and t
LC vBrothWs0n-Part of TC lot nos 1M andol7, Mind e Ifrom f1M to p111d.
o p. described a follows, to-wit: Beginning at the 8tore buledins-Raed from t
n w oornw of said lot no 167, and run nnng r feet JuliuDiaond-Part of C lot no 17
feet8 inchs, tirn- 8 fet. thence n 22 f-et 6 F T Myers-Part of T C lot no 178, o p. detiba
inches, thence w 1M feet. thence n 0 feet hence cried as follows, towit: B eginni ng at th n *
wth6ft, t6 feet to the tthplne of bew04ttogth nof the dot o 178of and run w 101? tWa
place of beginning, four itorso and warehouse- thence s 41 feet 8 in., thence 100 fet. .'
Raised from U t too 100. Utheet n 41 feet 6 in., to point other r maf
Levy Brothew-Part of T C lot no 168, o p, do d theneors et0 feet to andHa smith Co.f bt
. dscrib ed as follows, to-wit: Beginninr at the Store buildin-Raiedfrto
corner of ches.id lot no and run 70 t. thncee Lfe M lvelyers-Part of TC lot no 179, o p describd
w 0 feet, thence n 70 feet. and thnee 0 feet, tohence a follows, towit: Beginning at a point 1
the place of beginning, two storesRaind w from feett 8in. thence r o 0lot no 0 t,
1 fro00 to $1900. and then run n 36 fee t 4 in.. thmaoe w g00i A
Robert Monroe, of Tnnee-Pa- Part of T C lot no th168 do- ste Sw feet 4 in and thdene-S 100 fC-i
169, scribe p, das d follows, to-wit: Bin inning the lfe e at bfroinnin, 8 400
ct the ofw corner of id lot no16 89. and runin l 70 feet, t L lly Pato Tlot-od 7r P8700 detol000
w feet, theneen760feet. th ene0feet toC an follows wit: Beginning aof T C lot no 118 o '


non street and thncew 76 fet to the place of d aeribod ia fow towst: a ifi -
thlace of bringing, two stores-Rasnnex-dfro feet fin.m the e corner of lot no J r6 p.
srl 0 to 1 t0. andthn run 3 feet 8 in., thence w 1


Rober W -Pt unroe, of T C lot no 1f00 o pCt-no thencet, thfee fet 8 t4inn., id ten0 feet
16. described as fo lloow ws to-wit: BerinninB t the feet to the point of beginning, Mcklr'uta er
e corner of sid tot no 169. and running n 86 -Rasred fromm (O0 to 84006.
Sfeet, thence e feet. ethenceaNS t d C WB li wyntat-PA M R 8 WofTOloamtn. Ados.-
son street. and thence '715 feet to tha Place* Pt of described as follows. towit: ela


torem budm-Ra from 100 to l owa. to-wit: Bnln 111 feet 8 inneh
L M LiWel-Part of T C lot no 171. o pSO. d-erTbed theheornce ofnUBeet 8 inad n M ete --
scribed as foow, to-wit: BeCo entaninat the run w 1 ft, thence o M g tin t ng Mikr's ws
Scofth eer of d sold no a169, an d ru n en*nning n 8 -Raine t.d frN tom nM fe
feet. thence wOO0feet. thencesa 86 feet, a tod RB oWlia Es tate, Mrs R8 Willisla AA=.- i
thence e 0 feet to the piece of begnning. Pan of T C let no 179. oV. described se fol.

store buildg-Raised from t 1M oto $ *mlows, to-wi t:Beginnn tt -
L M Lively-Part of T C lot no 171. o a P. described the corner of Mo salw. ad cCartystrests.

le0 feet. and thce 46 feet to the beginning,. Rained fm W00 to M
,w tthnce a S feetand then fee themes 5. feet 5%
two store. Ml Adls, thAe Improvemits on MrEAWadia e Prtof T C ot neo a.
ofTC lot no il. daescribed efmto[- perDuvalssaswdecbed as J..wt
ofam-d iI"1 tesl t soof the OmendaMeet Mthe am rf aer te
earner of saWC -Prn17 o asi f nd tn ra aistwt, f tha drua6 feet 10% Inhees. theaM teN
e 160rele to tho l dof beginning. 1eet. 1.e feet to thePlace ct t te'
bo4stor. 6.6- from to ~ 6--5etoI 3
AJ s Noa ,LC Teeer, NAdr- era Cohem-n a of TC let es e.am
Athe a ede* a T Cnlot so:17L op.; 2n ii a7 felowse
thee o s f T *loto m 1711,Mo livenr stable o ginnigtFetwr the Measnes oft mest5
buildidg-Rm1d him JI0 to line. me-.-.. d raWt son f,,ea stwnreecee
Krastus W Ctrk-Prt of .C.lotms o17.id. iNwbdw. themes v feet, tbilevnefee 61t
ncribeda follows, to w et: Baegnn rg t Inhes, thence o feet to the pet 1
oftMhaeesraer of mid lot no ld4,_and nr 10 iswM om ngng Iole Nah ir-- t RaIsed hem
feet the"e a17 feet. thence& 1*0 tfeet. thans. tIoSOt o
S17 t ref sto the piece of bng- 1. Jewel 7 m i Mii Le--C o- b l
o, as Pr Dwral'iN JW Nens2Durel-Pert *of T C l meLno174,, WIm toitBoeginnn eatea pnt em Mio s
s cib asm owa. to-wit: Cesac, ml a6 Mt stof at h---eU, i ,of M isW
festr to NGoe.n naer r amid lot no 174. Cart SAI"ta ed arua with Mre Si I
n il neanh theme aG SOfee. t, s fie w 1 fef. thenae w e f- thehe a M eet. n a
tesst. t nb a foee. paa a theept to inesft* a s JI t as' a
the piaece:e:naVno. I(e s *nlfratems. with addties on w .11 l w|t| a-
100 to 0. s am* -s to a to
WRWUiUN-Part of TCl ote aIs* 174.e lb m d LM aUveh-PearofTCttme V4 saop. Owl

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I( PartatTC nTlotb a 3 4
L-- s a- i es follows. to-wita Degiuin
,- s m w of sidletoM su rs
II Sls. Duvalstree.t emeew lfet,
a T **in.Wad *Ate tto
S-C lot lo4,a p. deserve a o-
-," l~.to-wit: 3Meji at hte-sw rWD f
i sarda % thesese fat,
mid l877%i feet, taeneew A feet t the
e fbefianiw U small eaMa5. 600-
P JW rem-W ofTC lot a o p-Ralsed
-': fnmSOOto OO.
WDWism-e- %efT Clot nolS. o9p-BRaled
B P ld-W fteet oft C lot t, o p,.
Oase estisatMaiMary W Demao. a te
I from =1r0to SNO.
e7C mur. age t-T C lot so 29. o p.S boass-
Risedfroam 100 to 6100.

do fet en the se thrsf. house-
N a5dd ftv 6O1O0 to am0.
Um rKat P Robertsen-TC lot no33. op. house-
Naied from (1900 to-SM.
C J M Shae and C M Patto-N%* of a* TCO
ItN ae91, e p. bouse-Ralsed from $100 to
JemesAf ll-W %ow of TC lot no op
hams-Ralsed from 6la to13I $1M M
Wi|im Chl- o w %fofT CWetno2WaMvOP.
SBAlftd-E etof T C lot noSM. o p-Railed
from $800 to $1000.
H L Ball-W % of T C lot no 298. o p. house--
Ra, ed from $1400 to16A60.
MreGriselleBHartt-B 1%ofTC lot no298,op.
house-as ed from $1000 to $1500.
Mrs L A tolls. John G Collins. t-E of T
C lot no 294, o p. houe-Rai% from 31100 to
$1300.
C A Bryan, Sr. Estate. Dr. H B Palmer, Admr.-
Part ofT C lot no296.o p.deeribe an follow.
to-wit: Beginning at the n* eorner of maid
lot no 296, then running a 19 feet. theses w
85 feet. thence n 129 feet, and thencee 8 feet.
to point of beginning-Raised from 0200 to
6400..
S P Courtney N of T C lot no 297. o p-
from 8200 to $400.
Barak Sa itarile -S Ij of T C lot no 297, o p-Raiead
.. from (200 & M
J T Phillip-T C lot no 299. o p. 2 houses-Raised
from $1000 to 8130).
idgar Allen-Part of T c lot no 800 o p. described
as afolid, to-wit: Berinning at the w oor-
nWr of maid lot no .00. and run n 70 feet. thence
Se170feet, thence 7ofeet, and thenecew 170
feet to the place of bernnlng, house-Raised
from 8600 to $1000.
Barah Fitagilie-Part of T C lot no 800,
So p. described as follows, to-wit: Be-
ginning at the n w corner of said lot
no 300. and run e 170 feet, thence a 60
feet. thence w 170 feet. and thence n
60 feet to the place of beginning-
Rained from $200 to $350.
Ella Jone-T (C lot no 01, o p, house-
Raised from $300 to $400.
S arah ittglllen-T C lota nos 103, 804 and
S065, uo i houses-Ra1sed from $760
( to o1000.
Dr A 1 Jerry-T C lot no 3041 o p house'
-ai led from $1000 to $1(0.
( F T Myers-T C lots noa I 14 815 and
316, o p-Raled from $200 to $200.
WV H Chancey--Part of the w % of T C
lot no 317, o p. described as follows,
to-wit: Beginning at the n w corner
of aahid lot no 317. and run e 86 feet.
thence x 130 feet. thence w 86 feet, and
ttence n 130 feet to the plaob of biasnW
ning. houe--Railsed from $400 to P0ON
IDannleJ Wlprinn-E % of T V lot no 317,
o p. T C lot no 318. o p. 3 houses--
Rained from $2000 to $2400.
Mrs 8 V Qualls--T C lot no 319, o p, house
-Ralsed from $1200 to $1130.%
Constantine Alsero-W % of e % of T C
lot no 321. n p, block 94. 2 houses-
Ral rd from $ISO to 1860.
Mrs K 0 Choeley-N n of T C lot no 14,
n a, house-R-ained from $1300 to $2160.
>' W. A. I>m-lly-T C lots nos 15 and 16,
n a. house-Raised from $1860 to 818$0.
Mrs M Theresa Monroe-The w 20 feet of
the n 76 fet of T C lot no 21, n a: tbe
S76 feet ol T C lot no 21. n a. house-
Raisped from $1600 to $1700.
Mise Jesale Meglnnlie-The 00 feet of
T C lot no 2:. n a, house-Ratied from
U160 to $1700.
.<, MoIIe Mary 9 anl IAlla ITwl-T C lots
o 29 and 30 n a, bouso-Raised from
$, e to $4160.
V P a obeam-T C lot no M. n a. house-
Railed from $160 to $100
C I t T C olt no a. house-
Srom IM to
C I H OwyI n-T. C. no" 47
4--. ^B**h^^X^^ w -
C so am, a"d
1^*, ou-ase $


nMis"s, hs.--.me..m 0

n .. .m--.teMt m to M5 .
C -obb--- P
Manr 84 C Wbit-l@ -JI O I and 7.






Orac. W u --itWOshno -
a t a *ou, hR - r om t$ 00. to


R fto.-T tet e ho n -. naos-
&" reaad4W te d Oobb-l a
Sa Raed from to $4000.
Graoe W--itamI anad ttabauh.




W D Bl m- T C iot n a.nd $4.
J W ashi-ne-T C lot to2 aa house--
Rasted from $m00 to $e. .


Prank P Deon--- TC lot no 97. n a,
houmes-Raled from (IaO to 64000.
Dr M Bowad--T C lots noe a 8 and 4,.
n a. houPe-Ralsed from 36U0O to $4000.
Mrs A L Bon-T C lots n: O and 10,ouse
a. housd-Rale000 d from $4600 to
MDr ieo Le 3 O aken-fT C lot no 1e n a,
hoe.-Ralsed from ($000 to $W00.






Mr L C W throp-- T C lot no 107. n a,
house-Raised from $1600 to $3000.
Dr W L Moor-T C lots noa 106 and 107.,
n a, 2 houses-Ralsed from $3400 to
L A Poerkln-nn--T 4r C lot no 108, n a houae-
lse-d from (0 om $200.tot0.



K T r lot no 11t n a, house-Ra, ned
from use--ased00 to m $100 to .000.


Carroll A Mchoeraker-T C lot noan 113,
114, 116 and 11,n a. *table lotn-
Rae2 houses-Raised from $360000 to 4to00.



Georke Holmes-T C lot no 118, housn a,
houae used as an undertaking estab-
Raishment-Raled from $1600 to $2400$000.
Jul-lu DiamondT C lot no 119 n ahouse-Raised 2
hom Ralsed from $1600 to 26000.
Juarrollus DamondT lot noC lot14, n a house
-Ralaed from $2200 to $4000.
Mrs P R Lamt-Part of old court house
house used an a to the city of Talla-
lihae, dment-Raibed from $0llow0, to$200-wit:0.


eJulius mn at the a corner of aMid
square, at the Intereectlon of McCarty
and Monroe streets, run thence w 120
feet to Adam street, thence n 180
feet. thence e acrom $150d tquar 320
feet to Monroe street, thence a 180 feet
to the place of belnnlno 124, Ion hotel-
Raised from $12,000 to $130,500.

Miss Nannie E Galle--T C lot no 2, of the
Mrsb-division of the old court house
square In the n a to the city of Talla-
hassee, a per map record d In deedt
book F, e rsecti, houn of MRalaed
from 1000 to $1ets run thence w 200.
Mr. M C Butler- TC lot no 3, of the aub-
dvlleeton of the old court house quare
In the n a t to Monroe city ofreet, tallh80ee
asto the per map recorded in deed book hotel-,
Rais91, ed fro m $1, 000 to$1,500.

Jamiss A Ball-The a 20 fet of TC lot no
4 of the ubdivb-disiononf the of th old court
house square In the n a to the citycity of
Tallahassee, as per map recorded InIn deed
ded book F, page 591, (200). T eR
lot no 5. of the subdivlon of the olds
douso of the oldre In tcourt house square
y of a to the city of Tallaha record-
d Ipern dema recorded n deed book F,
e 691, house-RiRaised from $100 to $300.
J ames A Ball- T lot no of the lot noud-
4 of the subdivision of the old court
house square Inn the a to the city of Tnllahaee,
r Tallahassn ree, permp recordedI inld k FF,



d ne bo91-ok d Fpa 691 ($00 ) to T C
l J van of the s lot no I. n of the old
uouvt house square In the naa to the
t tIn deed book P Ft palge 69 13o1600),




nhoued from d2000 tom I0 to $2300.
l C Hodmbs--T lot no 1, n f. thou sb--
age 69d from $100 to i 00on
SJ Mlllkln--T C ot 13no4. 132 a, use
Raised from o$2000 to 12309.
J J nd W Hod x-T C lot t 1 ni.o 136 n a.
houa-llfrom $-aled from $1011 to $
from $1 400 to $1000
J J AndeW C V-loge'-T- n'I Cl't o136. n a,
houRe-Raimed fromm $4400 Io 600.
Mrs Fannie V Johnseton- T lot no 137,
n a, house-Ralsted from $1l70 to $2000.
Misses E and A Vlngerlhnoots ehrtrd)-T
C lots nol 139 and 139. at :,. 4 htouses-
Rained from $3000 to 3Fi5i,
WV R Wilmon-T C lots noee 141 tend 142,
nt a, houn t- -Ralm'd from $2,-0ie to 62300.
J 4' FdmondEon Estate. Mrs I, (' Edmond-
on, Admx-T C lots no 145 and 1 and 146,
n a. house--Ralsed from $2.500 to $3000.
Mina Fannie B Peerklns-T c lot no 147, n
a-Ra1sed from 1$800 to lleI)dt.
Alex B Harrlson-T C lot no 148, n a-
Raised from $400 to 51604)
J W CoUllIn-T C let no 149. n a. h doue-
Raised from $900 to $1000.
Miss Fannie K Perkln--T (c lot no 160, n
a, houlse-Railed from $1100 to $2000.
Thou Perklns- T C lot no 151. n a, houea
-Raised from 81100 to $2000.
J IV Collins T C lot no 15. n a. housie-
Railed ftom 31800 to t115o
John P Roberts-The P 4f. fe.et of T C lot
no S6S, n a. house. The' w 27 feet of
T C lot no 154, n a--IU--le,," from $600
to $450.
T W Brevard Rstate. Mrm M C* toward.
Agent-T C lots noe 171 mited 172. n a.
house-Raised from $*-'2., to $4000.
H A Willinms-The n li, f,-et ,of T Crlot no
173. n a. house. The n I11 feet of T "
lot 174. n a-Rained firing 81000 to
J V d'ully-Part of T C lot ted, 174. n a. de-
serltad as follows, to-wlit lteglrlnnlni
tt the a w corner of HtI and run n 54 feet, thne, *. 1X0 feet,
thence s 64 feet, and h.-n,'' w 120 feet
to the piace of begtlnnmng. leroue AlsO
part oftT C l,.t 175. n a. els.rlbed *s
follow., to-wet: Bgl[tInnlrc nt thn n w
corner of laid lot n"o 1.. and n ran
130 feSl, thence M 59 feet. thenocv. w
150 feet, and thence n 59.f,'(t to "
plae1 of bgltnnlng-Rail,-.d from $600
L.Roy Maters-Part ni' T ,' lot no 17'.
n a. described as follows to-wit: r""


mInvdn 7TO feet n of the w comweer w
said O tno 171. and th-n run n 41 fe*t.
thence a 120 feet thence s 41 feet. and
then"e 18 f eet to the place of he-
rtnfag. houae-Ralsed from ,600 to
J.3 HL N--T C lot mo 177. n a. house-
Ra"ted tom N to "e0.
I A Shhi.e- C tlt no ITS. n a. 2 houses
2 -" a fet- 000 to 4.63.

**( n.aw.v.ss..rf U.i


MiseMJulla Nlms I'art, of rC lots nons 1:
and 14 n /,f ('1o .4irlheod us fol
lows. to-wit: Aegirlnoh .t it t sw corner
of sl I n.o 1:1 *, 'llnton Plreet.
and Tun n 151 f"t I,, e e 100 f,"t
thence n 12 fre-i.t ., M%'"araty strm-t.
then ce P17 rfe,.- 11 .. s *", feet to
Clinton street, nnal tirivo. w 127 feoe.
to thee plaCe ,If l,'ei,'lng, holte-
altd from $lmMoo tto Oto.
Mrs M Therefa Monroe 'i'Th w 166 ft of
T C tIot now I' s ', it: n % of COf '.
2 hoU0es-rRal-sl from $200 to $(2704
MI MNellie N Baxsett -Th, e 10i feet of T
C lots nee 16 an's 16. n o% o Co %.
hoes-Rtaied from $100oe $11e.
MisE Nelie Basaett-The wv 'Ad e
1- of C lot no 17.
am. ;e. wo t


Ut 31L
30L o P. bomb.


8 0 to 1& B Chat

3 W Colls(1 111.1 15, 18M, it?
ilk188, ln & ((1800). T
lMnfrom 1(lots6no00)-ai

4. j oouse-Ralse
Mrs Cat 47 lots nos M0,
2 "6- 2 n bou. N o %
Of T s--RdUm-d from






hRaised om a o1 to S00. .
DR A o Th.ewT O t T n .It house-
SAlt sno- ed tm a a, -. hus

Raised from -N to 55o.
R A Shlne-T C otB 111. -, houses--
Raised from M10m to i3a00
D R Cox The a f0et 4T C lot no 254.
n a. ho,_-aam--_ 1 -- 700 to $1200.
Mrs Caroline GraInhd-t f 80 feet of T
C lot o 24. a a. o, ue-Ralied from
$W00 to N00.
J W Peremit- T C 1ot10n 26s 266., 267
and 28. a a 5 bouss-Ralsed from
$8000 to 64.36.
R B Latterloh--i of T C.lot no 272, n
na. ouseo-Rals-from f400 to $V00.
Wilborn H Shepard--. 4 11|- of T C lot
no 271, n a, houe--al-sd from $(o'
to $1200.
Miss Jessie C M*t1a ih5-T C lot no. 274.
un S. housa.-Bale d from $800 to
Annie Whltaker-Part of T C lot no 277,
n a, described a follows, to-wit: Com-
mencing at the a 4 corner of said lot
no 277, and run li feet. thence a
64 feet, thenO e 1- nIet. and thence
it 64 feet to tie paN ot beginning,
house-Raised from 90 to $400.
Frank Wansa-Part T C ot no 277 li an
described as follow, to-wit: Com-
mencing at a point 46 ftt n of the a e
corner f said lot no 277. n a, which
is the point of beginnln, then rtun n
60 feet, thence W 10 feet, then' t61)
fett and thence *100 feet to the place
of beginning. A lN part of T V lot no
277, n a, described as follow, to-wit:
Commencing at point 36 feet n of the
x e corner of etad lot no 277, on Hro-
naugh treest, and run n 10 fe-t,. tltont,,
w 170 feet, thence s 10 feet, niod thenct'
e 170 feet to the place of n ginnilng-
Itaised from 8200 to $400.
Richard Thomas-Part of T lot no 277,
n a, described as follows, to-wit: Com-
menc'ing at the n e corner of staid lot
277, and run w 100 feet to H point
which is the place of ben onting, thence
run w 70 feet thence a 124 feet. thence
e 70 feet, and thence n 124 feet to the
Vlace of beinning, house-litiewd from
300 to $400.
Lucy Lockett Estate- T C lot no t)O0, n a,
house-Ralmsd from $800 to 1000.
J D Hartwel--T C lot no 284. n ii, house--
Raised from 6$00 to $400.
Rachel E Smlth-Lot no 6 of the subdi-
vision of T C lot no 1, n w it, a. per
map recorded Indeeed book w', page
91, records of Leon county, houeie-
Raised from 8260 to $360
R A Shlne-T C lot no 7. n w a. except 91
feet on w side, 3 houea-sltalmed frum
$400 to $500.
John arle Perkins-Part of T C lot no 7,
n w a. described as follows, to-wit:
BegInnin7 at the n w corner of said lot
no an run e 4 feet, thence s 170%
feet. thence w 4 feet, and thence
n 170% feet to the place of beginning,
house-Rasleed from $250 to 8350.
Robert W Mathews Etatuto-W % of w 1
of T C lot no 9, nt w a, house-Ralmd
from $600 to $800.
Loulsa Brook-Part of T C lot no 12. n w
a. descrJbed as follow, to-wit: He.*-
ginning at the a <. t cirnr of mild lot
no 12, and run w 19M f, ,t, thence',I 11 ,I
feet 9 inches; there e1 15I feet, thit-f',e
a 62% feet, thIrnt- e -* 175) feet, eitd
the cIe N 117 fete.t :1 l.e I to tlt' pi.it.'
of beginnilng-l-aiNwl from $025 to
$360.
(hloe Rogers-Part of I' t' lit icn 12, n w
a, described asm follows, te-wit: HoiKlir
nlni'on Ba otuleviri ,trn t 113 f,<.t t ,,f
('arolnia mtreaet, ruiInt il,' i' n 2i fe t.
thencw t 175r f<'e't. Ii thet h Oi' f< l,
thene t 175 fh.,'t t ll.'ee o if h in-tt
nin n, houie- alh lri fItlm -541 to $83 ,)
Samuel MHA)II-E 1-;3 4f 1,' lot no 2:1, t
w a, L ,houets- It.-ii r, from $(6Io t,,
$600.
MIeHw Jessie C Meilnljs, IN; 2-3 of '' '
lot no '4, n w it, 1) ht li : Raised frlom
$800 to 600.
Wm H14 Richardson--l'.ii ,f T V lot n" 4:;.
n w a, described iii fllhws to-wit It.-
ginning at a point Go f. r'l n of the' N ,
corner of sail lot n,, 4:1, ant run w
100 feet, thenve 1t fon f, t. then'ce 4. in"
feet, and thence ,r11, f, ,, to dthe pii< *,
of belnnilng, houm' litlittl from $2
to 6150.
W r Quale-l-Paurt of T let no 43, n w n.
described as followed, towit: regrlnndint
at the o oror irof eid lot no 41, and
run n 60 fet, theatre. w lifo fret, thene,
a e0 feet to ('ill Nt: ''rt. and thence e,
100 fret .to the tl)"j, "f btlwlnnlng,
Cdhartotte Powell-ubuhdl\ I.hln no 2 of T c
lot no 45, n w a, as p" j plat rerorded lIt
deed book JJ. ig, ',M., house--l' -
duced from |300J t,, S,11'.
Robert A Grant- lot it ef T C lot no 51.
n w a. as pear J)lli r. urdled in d'-,d
>ook H H. frog<' .ri' I. lhoue--lplaee'i
from o$800 to 445
Mr- HE (lark KEtet'. If l' (lark. Agenet
--T C lot niw e3,. n w :e leised from
$200 to $80o.
Miss Jessie C Mlgiei.-- T '' lot no 2, n
Sof Co %, 4 hI, ,-- Iailsed from
Tio to 2000
Mrs M C Butler -Pnrt" of T C" lots nos
13 and 14, n I, of n' '.. deescriled H
follows, to-wit : i'-tinning at th-
e corner of selbl I,, ,.o 1, and run
alonf ?linton aitr,,. 1::: feet, thence n
25) feet to Mf't ', -*re-ct. thei"' er
alIon iid str.-.t 1 ,. -t. and thenre.
1 2 feet to thei I'l l )of berln linl.
houae-Raied from S'il, to Sit6()


:.1. AM, Mneo? jbZ T c o no
,n p of iav. .e Rateeu froo,
towit Bmegmin at the a coner of
said lot no 4ad run 1 tet 1 1-
innche tboe a 170 feet, thenoe.w 1
feeton 113 es, and theme ns feet
to theR pes of beulnning -.4alsed from
Mis Noll ue i Doaett-Part ff T of T
C M no n of Co o eribed a
foUow, towlt: Beglnnuab t the a e
corner of aid lot no M ad run n n
Maoqmb street 100 feet4, teoe w 6$
feet. thence n 40 eet, thenae W 6 feet,
thence a 140 feet to C&letoa street
thence e 0 feet along t a .t doe o
Clinton street to the i, obern-
ning-Raled from -to o 40e.
Edmund Johnson-Part ofr % of T C lot
no 26, n % of Co deorilbed as fol-
lows. to-wit: Beotnnmlr at the a e
corner of said lot no 3M then run w
100 feet on Clinton street. whbth it the
point of beginning, then run n 140 feet.
thence w 126 feet more or Ise, then a
140 feet. and then a 16 feet more or
less to the point of belnnlnfg, house-
Raised from $300 to $00.
Stanford Harrlton-Plrt of n at of T C
lot no 25 n % of Co '. deorlbed as
follows, to-wit: Beginning at the n w
corner of said lot no 2. and run a
176 feet t8 Inches, thence a 140 feet.
thence w 176 feet I Inohes, ad thence
n 140 feet to the plao of baainnrng.
Also, part of n of TC gno -. n
of T C lot no 26, n 9C o 4 4e-
fecrlbed as follows, to-wdll: ,nnin
it the n e corner of oaid lot no ,re and
run thence w 173 feet, thtiee 140
feet. thence e o173 feet. id thence n
140 feet to the plaiof t nninof, house
-Railsed from 600 to 150.
i. W. Rhodes-Pnrt of T C lot no 26, n
of Co described as fllowa, to-wit:
,.iRginning at a point on Clinton street
-*70 feet from the intersectloq Of 'd"e'-
land and Clinton struts. and run ,e fil
f<,t, thence n 140 feeL thenee w 0e)
fe ofr .'ginning-Raised from $160 to (400.
Mini-v Williaams-Part of T C lot no 26. n
% of Co 1, described as follow, to-
wit: Beginning at the a w corner of
snild lot no 2., and run a 41 feet. thence
n 140 feet. thence w 41 feet. and thence
140 feet to the'place of beginning-
Rialsed from $100 to $800.
' A Bryan. r., Estate, Dr H I Palmer,
Xxr-Penrt of n % of T C lot no 27. n
't of Co ., described as follows, to-
wit: Be'ilnnlngl at the n e corner of
w.ild lot no 27. and run s 170 feet,
thinov w 73 feet 10 2-3 Inchens, thence
n 170 feet. nnd thence P 78 feet 10 2-3
iiehes to the place of hoeinnlng. houimo
-- aimed from $1000 to $12000 to
Mr. I t I" I Hurkhardt-Ont foot Ineh,'.
on the w side of the f % of n T4 of T I
lot no 27, n 1 of Co 14. Middle 1-3 of
in M of T Clot no 27. n % of C o .
noumo'--Ralse'd from 1100 to 00to 0.
Francil Itoch--W' 1-3 of n % of T C lot
nil 27. n %4 of Co t,. hotte--Itlltd
from $400 to $600.
Mls' Nellie' E alassctt- -W 2-3 of n % of
'" C lot no 32. n %of C'o %-Rl.,.-4
from $600 to 31000.
G W Ithodes -E 1 -3 of n % of T C lot no
32''. n 4 of Co -Raised from $301 to
S600.


GEO. W. CHILD.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.


Contracotrs and Builders.


A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of
a- all kinds. -

Mill Work Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy'gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every. description. Brick,
Lime and Cement for sale.

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

Office, Shop and Lumber Yard Ion Seaboard Air Line,
on lot south of county jail.


PHONE 87.


P. O. BOX 4.


Tallahassee Hardware Company.


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31, a % Co il0 de0. d at
towlt: Commeactn at te a w M
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Tony Wfulam--T C lot no I1, a
S hoouse-Raised from $ to 6 M -
PURIONAL PROPBMTT.

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H Omoreo Dain Co.-On hardware at
and bdln material, I horm,
and 2 wago-- -Valuation ral-sede
$101r0 to $1,000.
H L Grecory-On merehandlas sad IM
SwajonValumtlo raised ,
J P Hlll--On merchandise eto---VtS
raised rd tro 700 to (1i.
Dr A 8 Jerry-4On drug toe, t d

8 C James-On lMerebandls,
Levy Bree-On greneraln allbt
mule and r w 4g-t aValtkmmi
from (40.6 to-P0o.. '
P T Mickler (Asent for RaesketO
store) On nerca V51U3
raised from $2S00 to = .
Sophie NaSh-On msrehaldUoeVdlWl
raised ro $600 to I ,
Phillips & Son--On mefrhandisa, 1
2 mules and wagon-Valuateao
from M$3200 to $4000. ,
tobt'J PhlUlpo--On plumblna g
It & I ur-Valuatloald
$S00 to (1000.
Wm D Pratorlous-On undertaki i
IIshment-Valuation rsed f
to $100.
Southern Telephone & Constretr M uct
On personal prorty-Vauaom I
from $4500 to 5000.
Southern Exp nm Co-Ont
erty-Vatuatlon raised froa
$1000.
(' A Rhoemaker-On livery, salo a
stable, horses, mules,
tlon ralse rom to
Tully & Yarger Co--On 4
bunges. ,toek. etc. and Hi
Valuation ral3d from $13 6to
Tallahas Hardware Co (Coy
Blaokburn o. InooMtcM)-Ol
ware stook-Valuation raised
$3000 to O8000.
Tallabasse Grocery Co-On me in Upi
eto-Valuation ramilaed from ^
Miss Adele Vingerhoots. Gerard-On -*
llnery, eto-Valuation raised
$1000 to $2000.
Yaegor-Bethel Hardware Co-On hard-
ware stock, ee--Valuation raised fm
$13,000 to $15.000.


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Lst year at All Sants, I spoke to
yo from t's same text, calling to mind
iMe oblgatias connected with a life
which we did not choose, and perhaps
w dld have refused, if we could, and
mesesityo-falthfulnew in this life,
i fath in God who will make all
for His obedient children,;
f to others because we could
uOt be God's dutiful children, unless we
were We are'not always to judge life
i what we make of it. Granting that
zo to us biased, and tainted by an
*ev Or unfortunate heritage, may it not
b aesant, as our noble work, to trans-
a better life than we have received? I
rmes be a hard and disappointing
lMe, but is it worth while to sur-
fore we have fought, or to take I
Seemwardly flight before we have been
tacked? It may be a noble thought
mthe great ones of earth to believe
t the world in better because they
ve lived, but it comes closer home to,
Ourselves to know that the human pulse
n cleaner because it has come through
ear veins. The one is the opportunity
Oe teow; the other is the privilege of
all. This much we can do, if we look
so farther than the limits of hu-
mat life ; and is the privilege lessened
whea we think of that incomprehensible
wad, "eternity," conveying the state-
meet of an incomprehensible fact? We
il as through the years of this life,
somehow, whether few or many they
leave us. 'They have been loaned to us,
and they will witness a to the use we
have made of them. Perhaps we could
bewr uamoved the most damaging testi
aony, were It not that more is involved
than the time we have wasted. We
ve taken the years, bad and good, and
ave made the bad worse, and weak-
ened the good, and an unmeasured fu-
tOre approaches us burdened with a
fear, to which we gave little heed dur-
h life. fo it is worth while to be
fithful for our own sake that we may
eater into the joy of the Lord. We do
0et know what that is. Human eyes,
ealght up to the third heaven, possibly
once saw some indication of it, but it
Was neither possible nor lawful to tell
what they witnessed. It is enough that
we can be assured of a greater happi-
ueas than we have yet experienced.
We would like to know in what it
consists, but could not understand if
we were told. One thought seems to be
defnitel declared -the thought of vic.-
tory. The magnificent declaration of
It. Paul, "Thanks be to God, which
iveth us the victory through our Ilord
a.- Christ," must have meant more
a the physical conquest of death,
6wver great that is. Our lord's re-
ward,"Be thou ruler over many things,"
ruppo onte a contest and a victory.
This single thought in incomprehensible
to us now. We, who seem to be the
sport of circumstances, and the ser-
vants of conditions; we, who are made
fearful by the future, moulded by the
present and influenced by the past, shall
come out of all, conquerors at last, and
made rhore worthy of the victory by the
very greatness pf the conteNt. Writers
are wont to describe the greatness of
one who conquers self, so we need not
wait for victory until tho great unknown.
future. It will come through the daily
monotony of petty contests; by the
weary plodding of uncertain steps, by
which we seem to make no progress at.
all, and which, nltogether, would not le
worthy of thought, were it not for the
"faithful in a few things."' We are not
all faithful, but it i. not for us to say,
except to judge ourselves. I there any
lessening of the victory? It in due to
causes which we all knew before the
contestwas ended. very year ut All
Saints we can think of battles' st rifet t a
of victory's peace, an we apeak once
mote In tha loving custom of remnem-
bering those of our own Church family
who are in God's hands, ready for the
fruits of victory, according to their
faithfulness
While I was at Chattahoochee the
telegram came announcing the death of
the Senior Warden. The end came sud- i
denly and painlessly, as he would have ,- ---
wished. In every joition held by himeled bythe rroad. o
hi. influence was always for harmony. le te rlrod. Co
He was foforty years a member of fa e, he was a general
the veetry. always regular and faithful of late year an alosi
in the performance of duty. As Senior feer.* Nrear lt miles
Warden, he was more than a personal diedoea who held i
friend, even a wise and cautiousadviser, poilUos. A brave an
uwd whee Judgment I largely depend- yt quiet an unumm
ed. What day more appropriate than e Ari.wit a wtmorti.,
that of the burial, for the sorrow of respoiiiat,he walte
beraved hearts is lightened by the complanng ty for the
( lvin that for him Is the enter- l..Yl 1 thrme
t ey of the Lord. In mid- tya>lh broke t
J-noy we all aympa d with th neaa1' W? Mb m .*
f- ' a dear relative was taken. Cheerful always, and
Ub"id lived long beyond the allotted coul to take h Pa1r
t .1 life, and s very year was full of she waited ptient
.in word andin deed. Bhe had no dawn. At a neinnor
dirad o the enemy, as the slow approach whithr he hadgme Ins
tihe natural closing of a long and health, there died on th
Itorble Hfe found her without fear. rivl. ne who wa..an
tka r yof some of us will re- buslnegs nu of this 4
i a p a who was a devout corn- Ples am addltlunal u
a ni ad to be found regularly shoulders whch haw
hiseto a neoghbog statT, and -he last istr. l ooi
his body was brought here To rest with been sa r The
tbos of ethers of the family who which had been so f.


preceded him. Early In March there last, and death asserted
die suddenly a lawyer, belonging to a victory over the body
family unbr until long after the I regret that I was a
adult age-a filly once the center of city in these two cai
a eharmin g lptalty, but now broken highly the pviege of
an w The next month Inyour sorrows, that 1
w wee by th death of one iagly be whee rn
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row, and what we call chance some-
times bring us grievous disappoint-
ment. In almost any other part of the
country it would be a singular fact that
no children ae included in the list. The
age reached by the youngest was thir-
ty-four years, and the average age
of all was four years over seventy.
This loving costom of All Saints is in
no sense a blegraphy. It is not to
quicken the aemry, or to heighten the
grief. It is rather to remind us that we
are not to thik of them as though they
were lost to u for they are still wit
us in the eowmoaln of Saints, expe
riencing what w9 betieve, knowing what
we hope for, id thanking God for the
perfect searire made for all. What
comfort Ia the "faithful in a few
things." It liae perfect life that may
think itself woert to enter uf- the joy
of the Lord--t i but a penitent soul,
sorry for ism, emastu of weakness,
pleading only the Divine Love that can
put away human ye, and bid enter
Upon the joy of the Lord.

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cy oods h ta dressmaking de.
Lartmen. L w k and good style.

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Attemt. B.T.
Clerk Circuit Court. Leoon
October let. 11 7.


In the Second Judicial Circuit CQurt '11
Florida, in and for Leon Con aty- *
Chancery.
Lelia Stephens, Complainant, v. W. ,
Stephens, Jr., Defendant-Bfll '..
Divorce.
It having been made to app
affidavit of the Complaiant
Stephens, that the residence of t
fendant, W. J. Stephens Jr.,
State other than the State of
to-wit: the State of Alabama, It
city of Andalusia, in said State of Ae
bama; that there is no person i the
State of Florida the service of a8 a
poena on whom would bind sam D,.o
fendant, and that the said Defendant, -
over the age of twenty-one years ;Jt
therefore ordered that the Defeaat.
W. J. Stephens, Jr., be and he
by required to appear to.the Cop
ant's Bill of Complaint oh Monday, t e
2d dayof December A. D. 19 ad.
that this order be publishedonce a
for four successive weeks in "TheT
Democrat," a newspaper published 1a
the City of. Tallahassee, Leon county,
State of Florida.
Witness, Henry T. Felkel, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Leon county, Pier-
ida, and the seal of said Court, this 24th
da of October A. D. 1907.
SEAL.] ENRY T. FELKEL.
Clerk of Circuit Court of Leon County,
Florida.
A true copy.
Attest-
HENRY T. FELKEL, Clerk. 85-4t
In the Second Judicial Circuit, Circut .
Court of Florida, in and for Leon
County-In Chancery.
Lillian B. Cronk. Complainant. v. James William
Cronk. Defendant-Bill for Divoee.
IT HAVING BiEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
the afidkiavit f the Complainant. UlTiau .
Cronk. that the reiakence of the Defeadint,
Jamew William Cronk. is in a State other than the
State of Florida, to-wit: the State of Alaua., in
the City of Mobile. in siid State of Alalma&tbAt
there is no person in the State of F orida the ser
viceofa suoeaon whom would bind Mid De-
fendant, and that the Defendant is ove tthe w
of twenty-one years. It is therefore ordered
the Defendant, James William Cronk, be ani
is hereby required to appear to the ComplalaMtre
Bill of Complaint on Moday. the 2d day ofD-
cember. A. 1Wo7; and that this order be pall
lished once a week for four successive weeks a
"The True Democrat. a newspaper published i
the City of Tallahasse. Leon county. State sc
Witness,. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of the Cimrit
Cuurt of Leon County. Florida, and the seal al
said Court this 23d day of October, At D. 19?7.
[sRALII HENRY T. FELKELX;
Clerk Circuit Court of Leon County. Florida.
A true copy.
Attest-HBNBY T. FLKIEL,. Clerk. M34t
Discharge Notice.
NOTICE 1 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Smonthe after the date of the first publem
hereof, I will present my final acouats to ige
County Judge of Leon County, Florida and apply
for my discharge as Administrator of the eItat
of Nursey Whaley.
JOHN K. WHALET.
Administrator.
Tallahasee. M.. Oct. 4.1907.-2111M


FOR AGNTS. * A SUCCESS.
"IHE OLD WORLD

AND ITS WAYS"

WM, JENNN6S BRYAN.
S76 Imparad Octdom PAmp. SU SU-
perb* LgruwmpfoM PAotorPApSa toa-
an by Co r&40
RasodntHetrip arau the world
mad -Visith to an atuons. Greatest
book f travl overwritten Mswmets
ceef ba of tis teratm. 41W
Clfor fori n t Writo for
pplt y It s The
4=MfttrMi-Bond Afty uemts to
cover costaofmailingsend hanadig. Ad-
drese
T I= "I Pn lMl a.I61,0114 Lah
$00d OWL
700 bushels of hoiceM Seed Oats
for sale. Apply to, oer add
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FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY

Wednesday,
October the Sixteenth.


Mins AdBle Gerard,
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TallfahMsee, Florida.
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f. rl~Mr. and MA Spears lved in
inthe hom of Mr. Spear'
oi n'onT. L. Clark, and while
there two daughters were born to the
,oung couple. After coming to this
tity, a -third daughter was added to
their hppy home. The wife and these
tlree d hters survive in grief the
loving hba d, father and friend.
Mr. Spears' death wam a great shock
to the community. He had been con-
fed to the house with lagrippe, but
no specialuneasiness was felt regarding
his ltldition until just before his death,
his heart action became alarming.
He died of heart failure.
S' this lamented removal of one of
Ta:llahassee!e best and most highly re-
apseted citizens, the whole city feels'a
sense of lose, and sympathy flows out
freely to the bereaved family.
Florida Shaded Tobacco.
'That the work of Congressman W. B.
Liamar in the interest of Florida Suma-
tra Wrapper Shaded Tobacco is bearing
fruit, as evidenced by the following let-
ter, one of many he is receiving, and
which we publish at his request:
The Pinkerton Tobacco Co., Zainesville,
Ohio, Oct. 21, 1907.
Hon. Wm. B. Lamar, M. C. 3d District,
Florida, Monticello; Fla.:
SDR)AR SIR-Wehave read with great
deal of interest your invitation to go to
Florida, in the U. S. Tobacco Journal of
October 19th.
We have been discussing this matter
and only lately, and at the present
time are endeavoring to secure some
information as to growing Florida
Wrapper Leaf Tobacco in shade. Your
opportune letter gives us much of the
information we have been endeavoring
to obtain, but there nre some things
that we do not know that we are going
to ask you to give us what information
you can.
Will you kindly advise us the cost of
land suitable for this purpose, also the
expense in connection with raising this
tobacco. We should also like to be in-
formed as to the labor conditions exist-
ing in the territory named. Alsokindly
state at what season of the year the
seed beds for this tobacco ar: started
and the planting begun.
We would be very glad indeed if you
can give us the information we have
asked, and as much of it as possible,
especially as relates to land.
Any maps or data of any that you
may have, or may be ahlo to give us in-
formation where'to obtain, will be very
acceptable. Thanking you kindly for
-- ---I- - -


wslgi wied be-
fore tir comlrade' s The pro-
eaion was met there a larg crowd
of eitisea. T bhe l brought the
Governor to the door.and the Veterans
and the Rflee were invited in to par-
take of his hospitality. After a short
time spent in congratulations, and in
doing justiceto refreshments offered by
their host, the guests made their reap-
pearance, and a speech was called Afr.
Governor Bloxham, however, was not
feeling equal to the effort, and depu-
tized on. C. B. Parkhill to act as his
proxy. It is unnecessary to add that
the Governor's reputation for extem-
pore speechmaking was gallantly up-
held by his deputy, for Judge Park-
hill's eloquence is too well known to
need description. It may be taken for
granted that the few delicately Tram ed
sentences were spoken with the tone
and gesture of the heaven-born orator.
After the speech the crowd dispersed,
glad to have had the opportunity of
once again doing honor to Florida's fa-
vorite son.
No Case on Record.
There is no case on record of a cough
or cold resulting in pneumonia or con-
sumption after Foley's Honey and Tar
has been taken, as it will stop your
cough and break up your cold quickly.
Refuse any but the genuine Foley's
Hlon(ey and Tar in a yellow paceIre.
Contiin.s no opiates and is safe and sure
Suld by all Drurgists.
LETTER TO A. A. MURPHREE.


TALLAIlASI;S:, FLA.
1 Deatr Sir: Will you give your A,:tli-
n metia class --and Algebra class I lii
problem ?
If average paint is worth $1.(60 a .'tl-
Ion, and goes two-thirds as far as 1>;,
vee, and wears half as long, what is
Devoe worth put on. painters' wa!us
being $3.50 a day and a day's work a
gallon of paint'
The answer is $11.8 0 a gallon; lut
don't tell 'em that.
Yours truly
43 F. W. DEvo: & ('0)
P. S. -Gilmore & Davis Co. sells our
paint.
Notice of StocKholders Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the J. P.
Williams Land Company, a corporation
under the laws of the Stato of Florida,
will be held Tuesday, November 12,
1907, at 3 o clock p. m. at the offices of
the Company in Tallahassee. Florida,
according to the by-laws of the Com-
pany, for the transaction "of any and all
business that may be properly handled
st 4 ht 1n-s inv_


GewmwW. D. Bhoom MAd wife


an c'arly reply, we are very iruiy yours, a a suc a mee i,-. TAX CENTITli .TI-:.
TIF I'INKE RTON ToBACtco Co. .1. 0. HAT Il,, Secretarv. iEATV: or FI.oRInA, '
R. i.- October 29th, 1907. 2-2t Nnty f N. "-
Rev. 1. W. Williamson Testifies. nCunty of Leon 1
Rev. I WV W ill;:mson, Huntington, Men Past Sixty in Danger. ()0i'; of Tax('olle,-tr, l, 2h, eeV, I"
W Va.. t. ;it< as follows: "This isto More than half of 'ivin'i<;wtI ovi.r sixty J l A. ,D 1
certify th.at I hI r e. i ed F hl'ev' Kidnev vears of nw, s.ntt'f r from, kidnev and ,I. It A. Shine, 'IT:x (< ,It'r ,t4 h,
Remedy fr r,-rvmots exhaustion and idbldder disortl-rs-, U-uali 'inlarre'nent' ( county of I. ,on,i. it,t : -" 'of l,'rih.
kidn Foley"' Kht!r..- **medv will d I l that .-'rous-, nail iolev '-. ; 1 v RIteildy aul< on, pursuant t, '. t. .> 1.
you '.i, flo, r i." St.ll bv a!l D)ri shnuiid hi t ik-nat 1 i n of l:mi- t law, l s 4lAin. r .eq lird t'. i ,
g is ts. i ., ;,. it <',>r rf t- I ii* ] u l h f s *0 , ]) 1 , : I 1' '
1, ;? ,4 !11 '1 \ ,>ld i ,'., i i.111c ', l '! llt? il d -' T i ll ,I w 0 11 ,lo t !' ",..
Mrs. Ha-. tt Entertains. .hl v l l '.< ,i t, rilt do li .Is ii lif l .... e 'i '..tI
M i- i, rt -'.d M irv 1 "I .I 'lr lI with -ta1 'i- ue t e 1 am unt 1 I' lnj; i
w err, Vl^ ,.- o ' I .' ;'' ai H :' ,lav. ,'u .' .e',lntl ;indt l "i,<,,. l r ,it' .. .' r ';iiiJ tJax c'01o uls ;'l 1i, ,. ,i0 t 'l -
party. ii.iven i r lv i\- ienit, bv i. I I -l I ta i ,tr w t. ; I v's Ki l- i a itet land f s '!, i
H arrv II..rtt ;.i '; -i!,"l iro on C nlnit,11 11n v 1tw4,.n I f'u .1 d ., . i h-- 'o io u .-^n l, ei,;li i. .i ,,rnld i .
str e t. 'or .t .!it .% ,.ir.i, *I'Itit li I i now l tl t 11. T-. 1l'<,l t.I. 1 n l il .s. it tI.
Tlhe tiv"e t,'- w r' rr 't hv Ha v r\ ,_'l..t \a,:.s ,,i. "' S ,li '! I : : i ts. therefor-,, he enl 'ti l I., ..'. .. ,I
like host, in ti,c person iOf Miss lia. r i v ,in < of such I .... ;.', rl.,
clay, an'l, th. a- -:irv witch, M,.is I),- Mahara's Mi istre!s. with law, uinl-a th, .' liha I*
Milly. ard .l '.vrr .,i r-d int-, :a diainvt. At A la lighted hall. F'rom there they lpas,0'd ,'ivt u-. the enterta'iroiif' ,.' v '* all hkke. nient of said amouni. I ntere.-I, .i
into a still io-re r.istrious room.where M-lralia's Minstrel.- \ ii ia-;i itthoi-p ra the rate of tweitly-li -i e' r c.rit. ( r .
hobgoblin,. wit(ches iand ats held swuy. House on next Werhi. ,. r mght, No- annum : said laindl. ar, i,' -credl ;lt 1.
A unique sprwllini crontet took place, member 13, 19i07. 'Tli i- ,* lh:t we have lowi, to-wit : The nrtit, A'. sI the most successful s.peller being slre- been waiting for, artl wI Irettict an section eighteen, tW rented with an imrrense black cat, a overflowing house 'the Maraha Min- range' one east, Ceoilil;tir lI;, acr0.-, it
true witch's eat, the artistic work of strels are well known (fetrn one end of the County of L .'e, il a~sses-edl :it
Mr. Jno. Costa. the country to the entleir They will one hundred anrd ~i'x,. I .lars anil,
After this many uimet were played. give a big street parade' a' noi,. X centm
until supper ws servd,I. at half-plst -. .. \Vitnes my hlnd .,t I i bhassee,, 1-' .
nine. In tho u ,p<'er riom iituinii lcaiveS. For Sile. I hs (AtlI day ,f .l1ilI,. \ II lill.
red and fellow ,dahli: ; for ni.,l hril;;int An Eviporitirt I',t "' iial:i!l SiiNi .
coloring, while !;,ntrrns, a;d" of ptof nip- s'rup, wilt p-ortbihhl f 'l t aiil 'imoke T ailx ( Ill'e-t,o 1.-, 'i ty. it '
kings and wite-he'-c. furnished light. stavk. Will sell ci,.,:| \.;, ly at my I hereby trarsfir ,- .* a n the'.it.
Miss Nelli I D)avis. nas'isted b'y Mr. i hom' just west of CitA in c Luther Ilo'rlw;,v., charniinv a's a .vIsV, :7-.tf A 1. ',I. '' 'i ,ARli. l TI. i t t .. IS~ i I.
held court inu n i v t'-it. whore all who - Thi first d iy it NA' A. 1). 1' 1',.
wished tit kn,\v tlh, ir future coulddo so. N iles for Iir. lit ''. I I"E .i .
The f .llowiin voingr folks were prs- ,) .inr in Ii- Ii u ili 1i/.u m! M l,' fur hClerk Circuit. Court. C 'Junty, Ila
ent Mi:.~' I.ouiep C(lark, Mary D1):vis, .,,. F'or riricl.'r. -.-u i : iddr ss,. A true copy. Atte.-i T FEl ht.i..
Lena and Ale ,vGwynrn. Miliretd 'Aold-ot P. ]. MLi.i ri, r. ,. ,'n. Fla C'lhrk Circuiit Co(i i mount I l.,.
ward, lfe.'-n S<:x:l ,. I.llias C(ollins. Ide- i :1 -1 Saiil oif the Circuit I ..
lia IfIl'vwayv. Vitrtiniax Ames. EvaChsi. Child1 Lomn Gouintv. I.
M arv' l i', >' r-.,nl lill nz.a Cat.is. | Teinil.., IuNiy, PByrd, Flo)Asi', M*vyer-, ono-half ite.rst in lt .,'i ., ,a Iedprup- Adathistr.ttor'4 Notice.
Georgia l.-Ni illv. Gladvs Craw/ord ; I rtv to J. I.. Phillips & < dT .f Thomnl- To AILL WHOM rr ,. t N('i.i
Mep r. 1Misely', i llin. Ru sel., Mi for. Wn. R.-nold. Marion IAngn' re ame., and Mr. (0 N. IC{,,.i:rdlon, of Harnt Ao t Aiynr. ,.. K' r.' -esI
Archie Robinson. Ed. Ruxely. Malromi High Point. N. C, w. i bte in chargee g(' vmrich.-rothih ., .i..' ..n t ,, oti'.
McNeil. Bryan Palmer, Theo. Proctor. I and General Manager and .se rotary and F1riada. a da r :' a t, A.,n
Guy Wilson, George Cochrane, Dell Treasurer ot same. in place'of-'Mr. A. E. tr a t afterr
Hart. Colwell who resigned on account of Th 'Zd daly tof Ori.-r. A 1 107.
ONE OF THE GUFSTH. failing health. Mr. Colwll will go West t A. D MLLY.
.--- .... for afew months, and his many Talla- Adm lmwa #t ,. ,a,..f II t ", rIlStalrner
A T11yBa1by hassee friends hope he will soon return
CaI't tell you in words what the trouble fully restored to health.
is; but if it's complexion gets pasty, if jtia W'kitht Irrita*tl eo -
it ets weaker and weaker, loses flesh WMtlaa hut Irritation.s t t"a w I
d icroes and peevish you can be cer- That is the watchword. That is what |i o
-vtem.'-dtdIto Id..
tm It h worms. e It White 's Foley's On..Laxativedo. Cleanses
V guaranteed hn Ianid stimulat the bowels without bun-
wom ad psthe tat in-. tfom. Sold by aU Drug E im i,
~~Phmtwith yew how Mernter allays.


T. 9postswua&* oef Tal.
1-1 I oalcuiso
aftodild, altheuogb not a


Why Not Place Your

Order for Oas House

Koke Now. -

Once used for Heating, always

used. It beats soft coal for

heating your home. Not smut-


V

-t


Io ai nd for the

Gertrnde A. inant, vs.
George A. -Divorce.
It a appear b
the aidait I n the
Cove A.1 of the rety
aGove ea.o b ue a Defendant,
of MOUltr te itt, State of
State of F' Se .or Sof a sub-
porna upon we IsppB. bnd the said
Defendaint; that I l Defendant in
oyer 21 year of'l t* therefore,
ordered that t fD elea t, George
A. Cox, be and t* th required to
appear to the Bin of C paint herein
on Monday, the 2 di f December,
A. D. 1907; and that order be pub-
limhed once a week for fow consecutive
weeks in the "Weekly True Demo.
crat," a newsppe r pubUhed in the
city of Taiaa-lla se, the State of
Florida, county of Leon.
Witnnss, Henry T. Folkel, Clerk of
said Court, and the eail thereof, this
31st day of October, A. D. 1907.
[SEAL.] HENRY T. FELKEl,,
Clerk of said Court.
A true copy.
Attest-HENRY T. FaLKEL, Clerk.
36-4t . _
Let us priut for you-tneat and iuick.
Pointers' ad Setter Doe s
Have a few trained and untrain'il
dogs $1U.00 to $40.00 each. EnHlish
and Blirdsonig, Fox, Coon and Dt.er
Hounds. Pups $10.00 pair. Well bred.
fast and furious.
J. C. RANKIN.
:; to-:n u nLiberty, S. C'.
Fit RRENT Half of house, firriishvd.l
1or unfurnished. Apply to this ,oHli,.

Il,iO.T ]English Setter dog.. Wii !
with sinall black an tan spot.. ,\i,-
swvis to name of John. Hal ;i, 4 ~
wire Cit ron small of back. Cii, TI .,
No(. tt'. Reward if returned i, t ,r I.
Whittlcse.y, i t Clark & Co., <\ T, !i
I)i'in'wr t ot iflice t: i'
In l(h (Cirlut Codrt, Second .1liii i :
C circuit leon County, Fl l.r.l.i.
'oetiti' to Est.adlish Lost 'Ti\ i i
,:itre and Assignment ,Thel'r'ohf ,
Niahli liwki'ls vs. H. T. Fi 1itii llawkins, Sillie Havk :i,- tamil
\'Noali Hiowkins, Jr.
Notice is hereby given to a;ll ,.i' .in;
interested herein to appear ihn ilor ltir-
cuilt Court. Second udiL'ial Circiiit
('lirt. nLeon County, Florida. at 'lTilli-
hassc, o(n Friday, the 20th dayl if I)t-
c(niber, 19n7, and show causki, it' an
they can, why the original Tax ('vrtifi-
cate, and assignment thereof, slisti tn-
tial copies of which are below ivc.n,
should not on petition of NoaliI law-
kins. filed herein on Novenllwr 1st,
1907. be established in.lieu of ihc i rigi-
nal Tax Certificate andt asigirnent al-
leged therein to have been lht tr (it
stroyed by his mother, Lucindal Illaw-
kins, in Jacksonville, Flit., about elevon
years ago; said petition alleging that
said H. T. Felkel, lugeiia Ha\wkins.
Sallie Hawkins and Noah ilawkinr, .1r..
are the only persons interested for or
against the re-establishnment of th,.
same, substantial copies of which Taix
Certificate and assigninnt are ias fl-
lows :


Dr. GoMtelt, t He lit. of
oP>. Iwhe. e the
pa tted our
W edtW112e w return

dar riday-1 .SAoveWber 0 14 end
a_& Ol Mo M:ohasi ba a wenty.
At" yw in Ms profi aaOw ar-
Iftiu. Itouf yi ao ve a-
o nbe areto see Dr.
Sam e glasee flttea to
yor eye, w h will lve you instant
rfllet. ry r. Go0 tiMn, if others have
failed. You will never regrt it. Don't
neglect your children'ss eyes. Office,
Bloxham Hotel. 37
Arne To oMag toI SaIUd
If so, oon and see our took of kiln
dried lumber before purchasing your
supplies. We can save you money.
hild Bros. lltf
Burns & Co. are expecting another
bi shipment of Hats daily. The offer
of Steton'a at $3.50 will hold good for
another week 37


THE GAS CO.

Orders are now being taken by Burns
& Co. for Suits to be delivered before
Thanksgiving. Leave your order at
once. 7


OUR ODORLESS


GAS HEATERS..

Have not caused a':single complaint yet and

I
WONT.


They are the best thiint" out in Gas Heating
Ulhi can not be beat.
We have a ormplet. line of them Reasonable
:111(l highest Efficiency li'anUttcd.
( 'ill and look them over.



THE GAS COMPANY.
9 *




I -hrouoh [xperimenOlin and here for business.
| through Experimenting and here for business. |


,ind Smoke


."-'-


PAO'


Stacks,


ldflks. Iniljtors.
flSjui~dorN.s

SdW Mill Mdthilncry

Shidtfitin. Pul'1ts,

lidnqL'r~,s- .

I nqIneers' dnJ

Stedmfilters'-

Su plies. [A.~ -


JAS. SCHOFIELD SONS CO, MACON, GA.


YAEGER-BETHEL HARDWARE CO.

Harvesting Machinery H Hardwar .
i C t " ,* "-.. % :., x "


ty and dirty as coal.


PHONE No.72.


W\' have, ait last iiabout systemitized our help and are
now turnimu oiii tir-t.-cl.a.. laundry work.
It' we live' pleas-d'l vyi trv us again. 11 we have dis-
plhea', It i d'vli. try uis ag:tii. We do "Iligh Glloss" or "Do-
mi'sl i'" finish, and guar.,nit.e our work.
We do Stamtl li ving ian(r('lt'aninqz is well as tHe larg-
est of dye h ien We clean most delicate fabrics. Sweat-
ers, ('oats, ('loaks, 141nkets; in fact anything you have
Soiled. Send it to us we will Ilo the rest
PtI'kages left at hill's lukok Store, will have prompt
at tention
W 'en ii ra Vt' -t'intht iiil fr us, just say s') to Cein-
ki i "i'l ir ri at, i il 'c a ll

TALLAHASSEE STEAM LAUNDRY


I r I -rearn~l1;9 amm_ _


1 1','. GAS(4UE. Manager.


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SD UZ iTUl DEMOCIAT. wee is wno witW wCT 4r W .
JON n COLLS. r llsher It seems thewr is a differem of opin. Tying examination a ir-
S- ....... _. ----------_ kn between the great law maker, C. S. he des' So l will
PUIBIIESHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNIN6. Wilson, of Brooksville, who was Chair- take i n Gemeavilieo Florida, on
S .-..--..- ---..- man of the Finance Committee during the and 22d of Jan 1908.
SPlea for J.y the last legislature, Hon. A. C. Croorn, mTi a n embra tn i;
We are the heirs of progress, ours is Comptroller, G. J. Strozier, Merchant, LaG tin Compoiio, and
tho have ofplace d Nature, we and Tax Collector Martin, as to what Grfel d Latin Authors. Only those
Swhoe have conuored space, we construction to put on the Green Gr. a Ides are eligible who have
Our'lte I vietor'a pean, triumph with- cars' License Tax, and the following bith day before bmat
out 1lio birth day befoect9 ert
ut, ttd with od and gory, we communication on the subject was pub- e(t ear in which they are .leet.
But, stated wth t fold and glory, we lishd in the last Winter Garden Richo- Bkt going into residence, ale
hunger, we thrst for joy struggled chet. Uusing Brother Jordan's patented sLsft have reached the nd of thdir
Sand fought and ell word, now who of theirn all is obIus* rew or Sedo dnrd eaUnco w t
Found life's tale worth telling, enjoyed cated:" College, in the tedtat
it paying well; To pay or not to pay seems to be the who have hitheto
Knew not the varied splendors that our question now. Thelastlegislaturepassed o qualifying examination, areeligi.
sad hearts employ. a law requiring a peelal tax on "green ble to election by the Sheolarship Cot-
LacKed, it may be, for comfort, but oeers The question has arisen as mittee.
never they lacked for joy. to whether this applies to grocery men There are now at Oxford, England,
We who have tamed life's Lions, have who deal in green grmeeries in connec- two Florida boys who have earned the
all but vanquished fate, tion with their regular grocery busi- Rhodes' Scholarship. Mr. Frit Bbch-
S Find never life's wine enchanting, or ness. Sorrie have paid a tax as green ho1s, son of the Dean of the College for
waste it sooner or INte.; grocers, in addition to their regular Women,'was the first Florida student
Does victory urndi:ltt'I the ,,ul's fresh merchant'i license tax. Others refuse to be awarded. 'Ihis month Mr. Buch-
youth destroy ? to he thus double taxed. Among the hols will be joined at Oxford by Mr,
Powers of the bygorw. llaneis, .ive us latter in Mi. G. J. Strozier, a merchant Berkely Bla'k man, of Winter Park,
a tat,. of joy. here, who has taken the trouble to cor- who is a graduate of Rollin College.
-.i-thel <'i, l i 'utntmrn'' M,',a- re,4porid with the comptroller and chair- Mr. Blackmain wna elected by the corn-
zi xine rarr, .rf ti lg-islative committee which mittee last JL.toiioti.
I's Crime r<,rmm.iiijed those aisaagac of this law. This schioi.r !pi' I worth 300 pounds
it's a Crime V,. p 'i,..,., S ,. letters, wih a comr- per year, (r ,i, ., '~ally $1,60) of our
t neglect lI ro, a. r,m Mr Strzit.r, ,.-hlow. 1 money, aijl i.nail;t for three years.
lect Ih t ... A,,, ., t' from W .E Martin, tax The It.. i: hiolarship Trustees
low 'n,',lf.. '.i .. ,. r. --ed. to (;ro!;t .JnesM, will allow ,,. from the Gene-
liver v- I... 'r A. ,. ,',,i., I ,, ,, ... ,. ., i n -ct : rdl 'cd.i W : W omr n. 's Clubs in
.i 4,. ,h;ts. f>7 (, '., I '*T7 A .rnr c. i(ue tiui of the Rhodes
S le ... .. .. J x.r ni ,rmnriing the quali-
B llar, II .... t in twho may beconIe
w ell. '!d d r, . ,. ; 1,c 1 .. *, ",; ", ,, .r ,f u d~ t ,.i, holarmhips at


'ji f, ', I' iLio il ii t iul i- l (' li pll tI t.
tr, o. x .'" ' f t* L..e year
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.A perfec t Remedy f'or Constlpa-
tion, sour Slomach.Diarrhdea.
%\orms ,Convulsions ,Feverish-
ncss mid Loss OF SLEEP.
Tac Sisrtle Signature of

NEW "YORK.


XACT COPY OF WRABPEBS


Sale.


of


U' U '.
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Thirty Years'


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14 :1hes 'y the ,1t'. I 0 yu know
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Don't Pay Alimony i It 'thre 4 rilotroldler hiti s '314ti'ot'il thr.
law Itoe Stll horuize, vy r .(llhctor I,, t .iI-
to be l;ivorcedl I rol < i Ioi If 0 c M *' ext *r1 i c T he re w ill i ,,' 1 ',,,I W i t, it 1' i1, 01 ,1 t, l ;i t.In i l ".-; "tly hi; .
koel'. 7e'ir 1,,oI,1i i r el, oir with I I lDir: }t 1 t. i.H ,
K inKi's New Liife' Iil'. 'l' Th ir til Iti 'h ii, ., M I' < r)fn llil t Filirnc i ani
so gentle, ti,1t the IIlp niiex no ve i r i Taxa iol.
ciu .' 1 to insik c the le I'a o ( i'll. iri t kw
at all (Jruggi-4t, Try thonm. NltE M ul im: Will yui kindiv isibliith
tlhe' letter f'otn State. C(ornptroller A
Civil Service Examination. I ( roion and lon. C. Wilont, Chair
There is tio be l 6 aiolt her Elx n ua ti man of ( Comittee (n Finance and Tax-
held in thi eity toln N,'vel.Iler Iith, 1907. ation, in refre e t king th, m.r-
for letter curlier it civil ervie posi- hi ts tif i lilt county y pay all :uld tional
tionrs. Eamit E'rI whl 'il wi -l licestte for selling 'al iage, pollato s,
he furnishe r1v iceli 1,amto111 1 blanks ind a < rit" rI, etc. '? I will 4111,ite hti law jUSt aS
copy of instructli iltu. Apply tof our it i,:
postmaster, Mr. .ohn Mcl)ougald, who Gr&een gro(e'rs and i dealers ih fresh
i secretary of the board of examiners, fruits and nuts, three' dolhltr.s for each
for particulars. pIlace of business."
'' hbere will also be4' an ,examinati rural letter carriers ut 'lallhaisnmee on has ever crossed Solomon's potato
November :;th, 11N7. under direction pitch at all could place any such con
of the U. S Civil Service Comnmission. struction on this law, whether he has
Our popular jpotmaster will also fur- ever been vaccinated for a lawyer or
nishnl who eo taki. thin pxami- not. As the law certainly osplains it-
nation with blanks, papers and particu- nelf, and is a good law for what it was
lar. intended, to prevent any one from do-
... ing business in different places under
lilltessess and Constlpatlan. one license. But it has no reference
For years I was troubled with bilious- whatsoever to a merchant who pays his
neos and constipatlion, which made life regular license and sells potatoes, cab.
miserable for inm My aphetito failed huge, nuts, etc., as an incident to his
me. I lomt my usual forte and vitality business.
Pepsin preparation and c ntharti made matters worse. I do not know action were composed of good, level-
where I should have been todly mlad I headed citizens, and if their instrue-
not tried Chamlerlain's Stomnch and tions are followed the State will be
liver Tablots The tablets relieve thu benefited thereby. But in thelanguage
ill feeling at once, strengthen the di- of their chairman, I can't see how any
getive functions, helping the system to one could place such a construction
d its work natural -- jMrs Ra Pott. ulim this law.


lirmingham Ala. 'These tablets are
for sale by The Tallahassee Drug Co.
Carrabelle Will Get Some.
Mr. Lamp Covington, well known
herb has branched out in to the tobac-
co business in Leon county. The Ad.
vertiser wishes him every success and
every other lr.*"rprise that comes to
Florida, it all hell.
Carrabelle, with her great future,
will get sone of them, no matter where
they land. We have got the where.
with to bring them in the way of port
faellities, timber, frult-growing, vege-
table and as the grandeat health report
on the coast. Our iron and sulphur
water will cure the stubbornest ease of
rheumatism We have water that
knocks malaria fever out in a jiffy, and
o long a people come to Florlda we
will sure get them. Carrabelle Adver-
tWe,.
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Alexander Benton,who lives on Rural
Route 1, Fort Edward. N. Y., says:
"Dr. Kin's New Discovery is my best
earth v friend. It cured me of asthma
a years ago. It has als' performed a
wonderful cure of incipient consumption
for my son's wife. The first bottle ended
the terrible cough, and this acrom-
pushed, the other symptoms left one by
one, until she was Ierfectly well. )r.
SKin'a New Discovery's power over
n and s*h is simply marvelous."
4 othr rem dy has ver evr ualed it.
ii aldirug tms by all druiq t. riOc
m~wRSpt,.


G. J. STROZIER.
WINTPM GARID:N. Oct. 29, 1907.
ORLANDO, Oct. 2', 1907.
Croft & Jones, Winter Garden Fla.:
Gentlemen. Yours received in regard
to license for green groceries, etc., and
will say that the last legislature passed
an act, putting a special license on deal-
era in green groceries, fresh fruits and
nuts, and I have a circular letter from
the state comptrullr, in which he
'A license as green ocer and dealer
in tresh fruits and nuts will not author.
ise the sale of other articles for which
a merchant's license is required. A li-
cense as merchant will not authorize
the holder thereof to sell any article for
which a special license is required."
Thee instructions to me seem plain
enough, but feeling that this was rath.
w an unjust tax, I wrote to the comp
troller in regard to the matter, and be
answered. laying: "I have no author-
ity t oro any item lathe act pas ed
by the l nature la regard to cene
taxes."
I also took the matter up with the
county attorney, who advised me that I
would have to collect it ,
I think you can see from this that I
have complied with my lansruetio,
and therefore I have not the authority
to refund any money for licenses is-
sued. W. P. MA.TiR.
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The United States Circuit Coart of
Appeals, sitting at Montgomery on
Monday, demled airehearink to G'eOna


Opposite Leon Hotel.

Apply ti 1, us Diamond. 25-2


Newest Creationsi

for Miladdy's Choice


Taw MsAwRKS


WORM

REMEDY


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FOIRSALE BY &ARDES-SWITH CO

Ahi one
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Typewriters


ALL MAKES


Typewriter Ribbons

ALL MACHINES ALL COLORS


Write for Prices and Terms on New

and Second- Hand]Machines.
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R. C. Davis & Co.,


JACKSONVILLE,


H~~eiadches~


soldI Amr, b


Bears the


VH4 Ce9tAur COIU0AIR. ,.gw VORI 69W. -


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Hal Pins.
Belt Buckles,
Bracelets.
Lockets,
Cbaines,
Crosses.
Back Combs,
La Vallieres.


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P. T. Nicholson's,

The Jeweler..'..


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NW FALL OVERCOATS and RAIN
COATS.
Now that chilly weather is really here,
't time to think Periouiy about that Over-
Cletyou will soon be nedinc.
tWe an supply your want perfectly, our
stek includes the bet products from the best
makers, and the priees are moderate.
$10.00 to $25.00

'LADIES SKIRTS in Voile Panama and
Mohairs, at prices that will surprise you,
the are so low. $4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50,
$8.50 and $10.00 each.
TEMPTING DRESS GOODS in Voils, Silks,
Panamas, Mohairs, Serges, Broadcloth and
Rain Cloth
WHITE GOODS that are new and low in
price but high in quality. Broadcloth,
Serge, Morehair, Voils, Beadford Cords and
Battisk.
LADIES LONG GLOVES in Kid, Silk and
Lisle.


LADIE8 HATS at, 50e, 75e, $1.00, $1.0,
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. $4.00, $4.60, $6.00
and $6.00.


MRS. JANE HOPKINS'
CLOTHES


BOY PROOF


are so thoroughly made that you are sure of
getting the best to be had. When you put.
one of them well known suits on the boy 'tis
useless to look for any better at the price.
Once worn, always worn. Look for and in.
sist upon the genuine, which bears the
BOY PROOF LABEL.

UNDERWEAR for Men Women and Children.
SILK BABY CAPS, 25c, Soc, 75, $1.00, $1.50
$2.00 each.
RIBBONS RUBBERS and RAIN COATS.


IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
what you pay, you can't get better tailored
cloth t han those we sell, made by the old
and well known firm of Schloss Bros. & Co.
So well made, so stylishly cut and so perfectly
fitting that your being ti at once improved
as soon as you step in to one of our Suits, and
they are the Cheapest Good Clothing you will
$12.60 to $25 00


SHAWS HATS


$8.00.


WORN EVERYWHERE.


WOOL BLANKETS, $5.00, $7 50, $9 00 and
$10.00 per pair.


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THE WIFES BEST FRIEND.


TRUNKS,

BAGS,

SUIT CASES.


WALK OVER


SHOES.


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITENS.
Go to Burns & Co. for anything in
Sth line of Men's iFurnshings. 37
LOT On way to college, Fountain
SPen, with red clasp. Suitable reward
if returned to this office. 37
Messrs. Frank Cochran and J. D.
Phillips are spending a few days in
Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Irwin, of
SSpringhill, came up for their usual
week-end visit last Saturday, and
toppedd at the Leon.
The Mehrtens-Sheridan Concert will
take place tonight at the opera house.
This ib "'e first Lyceum course of en-
tertainments.
S The ladies of the St. Agnes Guild
were very much pleased at the success
of their rummage sale. Considering
tively fe of the friends and members
of the church, the returns were very
s atisfactory. However, the ladies are
thinking of arranging for another sale,
which will be so wel advertised in ad-
ance that the contributions will be
much more numerous than' before.
Hannan's Shoes, Queen Qnality, Sel-
by's, Leonard Shaw and Dean, Comn-
, monwealth, high lace and button, low
arter. all the latest styles and shares.
Pice right. Bums & Co. r7
W H. W. B., in National Daily, says the
habit of laziness beats Jonah's rowrd
vie for growing, and the "wonderful
ivy green" for climbing.
Rte. R. L Hoaiker, of Lloyd, has
Seen a recent visitor to Tallahassee.


Mrs. Charles Cy_'s Grandfather Is
Mr. Florence Bays, one of St. Augus-
tine's oldest and best citizens, is dead.
He was born in that city, and has lived
his long life of 82 years in St John's
county. He was the grandfather of
Mrs. Charles Cay, of this city, and was
attended by her during the last month
of his long illness. Mrs. Cay has the
sympathy of her large circle of friends.
R. W. Cobb Drug Co. will supply you
corks for putting up syrup, 20 cents a
gross. 37
Mrs. Perry G. Wall and son, Hous-
toun, have returned from a visit to rel-
atives in Tallahassee. -Tampa Tribune,
3d inst.
Live Oak Democrat 4th: Hon John
G. Kellum, Secretary to the State
Board of Control, and C hief Clerk of the
House of Representatives, was regis-
tered at the Ethel yesterday.
Hat Sale: Burns & Co. Everything
goes, even "Stetson's" at $3.50. First
time in the history of Tallahassee
"Stetsons" Hats sold at $3 50. 37
Mrs. W. G. Powell, of Jacksonville,
has come up for a visit to her father,
Judge Bernard. Mrs. Powell will re-
main a month, thus giving her many
friends an opportunity of seeing some-
thing of her during her stay among
them.
Did you get cold a few nights ago ?
If you did you had better have those
blankets cleaned while the weather is
warm by the Tallahaa,,-e Steam Laun-
dry. Ws
For headache Dr. Mlm'M Antl-flain Pills.


iailowe'en Jall at Armory.
The members of the popular dancing
club organized by the Misses Marcus,
celebrated Hallowe'en by a large masked
ball at the armory. These young ladies
have been very successful in bringing
together a large and congenial circle of
young people, who have greatly en
joyed the opportunities thus afforded
them for social recreation. We had in
tended giving the names of those who
participated in the Hallowe'en affair,
with a description of the various cos-
tumes, but limited space forbids.
"Manhattan Shirts." Burns & Co.
only city agents for "Manhattan"
Shirts. 37
The Mahara Minstrels will play at
Munro's Opera House next Wednesday
evening.
Dr. Robinson, Financial Secretary of
Columbia College, Lake City, is now
travelling in the interests of the Col-
lege. Accompanied by Rev. J. 1 Pruitt,
Dr. Robinson made a pleasant call at
this office, this forenoon. The public as
invited to hear him speak on College
affairs and requirements, this afternoon,
at the Frst Baptist Church.
Sublcribe to The True Democrat.


A ValMmble Tip. In the Circuit Court, Second Judial
g After exposure, or when you feel a Chancery., Leon County, Floria*
cold coming on, take a few doses of Fo-
i ley's Honey and Tar, and it will expel er. PaChairs .Complal sant . IB.
s the cold from your system. It cures the twer. Harris Hishtower. MT Chaa. Oete.
r most stubborn coughs and colds, and via Chalirv. Julia Chaire. Alco Chairs. Da.
f prevents pneumonia. Sold by all Drug- jamin Chaires and John C. Montfoed
,gists, I TT APPEARING BY ATIDAVIT APPIdD-
K --, -. .. ., eI tU the billfiled In the above stated
The P'ostmaater of Gasconade, Mo., that It. K. HiNatower and S. D. Hirhtowe
fondanta therein named are non h l ndte orIt
D* aniel A. Rugh, ys of D)cWitts Kid- Stat of lorida. and that lR Hichtewii Ia
ney and Bladder P'lls, "I am doing so resident of the City of ela nthal.saBnt ofUan-
well, and improving so fast in health ion. stat. of Arkansas. over the q t
that I cannot say too much for your Iort.fhwr is unknown bu t tt W at
Kidney & Bladder Pills. I feel like a helieven that he lsa resident theUnited ll
new man DeWitt's Kidney and of Anirlrca. and that he over the aweoftwe-
ty-o,' vears: it i thereforeo ordered that q a man
Bladder l'ill are sold by all druggistA. r oi snt defendants bsam he agpredt
a* p|o.r to the bill of o pnet leml d ai aid e m
.- -- .-- ".,n Monday the 9th day of D A. D. 1M,
Pneumonia Follows a Cold, .therwe w the allatiofi 0s s bill will betak-
e i al cinfeMeed by maWd defendants.
but never follows the use of Foley'H It i further ordered tbathelldersbpublAd
lontey and Tar. It to})Ns the cough, oi ra wimk for four nmee uUve wees in the
heals and strengthens the lungs arid M county andState.
prevettit pneumonia. Sold by all D)rug- .I..i.. HaNmr T. Firt.=a.
gists. ek Cireult Court.
A true copy.
S^^^^^ ^^ Atte.t-HmnRv T. PVasVIL.
See Levy Bros.'s full page aidvertiM i thClN C circuit Court.
m",nt. They have purchased itt for _This Nth daydf Noyqmnbe. A. P. lyPT. 87 -t
some weeks and propose to keep you Mr. H. N. Sweeting's show window
thoroughly posted in all the lans of neatly arranged with the prettiest and
goods they carry, and that embraces best cut glass, has attracted quite a lot
almost any article to be found anywhere of attention during the week. He has a

under the sun. splendid stock of it too.


LEY5 KIDNEY tuj
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do mcre.


Cucs Backache
Corrects
Irregularities
Do not risk having
Bright's Disease
or Diabetes


NEURALGIA.
SCIATICA.
RHEUMATISM.
BACKACHE.
PAIN IN CHEST.
DISTRESS IN
STOMACH.


FOR

Headache


S TAKE ONE b

of the Little Tablets
AND THE PAIN IS GONE.


If you have
Headache
Try One


They Relieve Pain
Quickly, leaving no
bad After-effects



25 Doses

S 25 Cents
Neaw r U in Bullk.


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t*ywh atyw*aot, aw ist where. mBUT it is
find such valu as we are offering. Compare our
with those offered,by others at the same price and you
sne WHY you should purchase your winter outfit from us.


D U VA ROS


128 South Monroe Street.


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Nothing can touch them at the price.
Specialization is the reason @why. I buy
nothing but absolutely the best values
in buggy, carria e and wagon harness.
Single Buggy Harness, $10.00 to $22 50.
Double Buggy Harness $17.50 to $40.00.


WAGON BRIDLES.


LAP ROBES AND
HORSE BLANKETS.


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.


in


for


you to select
from.


The Famous CHASE and

STROOCK brands, 1ap i


. .


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


Robes,
$15.oo


from


$1.50


to


Horse Blankets, from 75c


to $5.00.


Cor. Clinton and Adams St.


Tafaha ssee,


Fla.


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H. ATKINSON & SON,
Dealers in
HORSES and MULES.
A Fine Lot Always on hand
for sale at rmonable


GILMORE ,& DAVIS CO., Inc.
HARDWARE.
DISK and CUTAWAY DISK HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS,
CORN SELLERS, CORN PLANTERS.
THE CELEBRATED JOHN DEER RIDING CULTIVATORS
CAST, STEEL and CHILLED PLOWS OF ALL SIZES.
SEE OUR LABOR SAVING NO. 2 HOOSIER COG DRIVE, END
'GATE SEEDERS
We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle
man's profit. Our prices are right. See us and be convinced.


* -*. W: "DEML-LY ,....
Veterlaary PNYslilan
=Ao Slmr.
Dental Work a Specialty.
OFFICE
,SCMAlL'S STABLMS.
We. D. Pratoris,
Pauj.*l Director
AND
Lloeneed Bmbalmer.
NXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
OPM siM.ft Tham 161
TAUWsAH FA .


MYI
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ow a


4 SAVED!!
50 w ar ct of ywr Nem by bevkc
SA. R. S. TWINE
RpWeir your Boots and tbom. Fit Caum Work, Satl.t.am guauaN
Also we have I comnnecto htnh y shoe bIaim a tes "
NEW YORK CIiANING AND iFPISING PARLOR
S and Preing. Fishoems Worke b th&s wori. T
Sk mf mum. FSt.Cin ller mhpaAiT aad Itw C
to t. Panama Hat Cld sadMadM New. iN.ake.
No. 343 CtaMo St.. Tdqo me No.2
NEXT DOOR :TO PINCIKNY'S RESTAURANT.
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CONSTANTINE HOTEL
b f
Centrally locad nearow Capitol
and ewmything the b ..


STRAP WORK.


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D.


CAY,


NEW GOODS
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Are arriving in daily bought at the
right prices and will be sold at a
very small profit. . . . .


Dressers from $5.00 up.
B e d s from $3.00 up.
Chairs from 50cts up..


And other goods in proportion. If
it's furniture you want it will pay
you to get my prices before buying.


TALLAHAMEE FURNITURE STORE
,J. E. THEUS, Propr. t
CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


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