The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075917:00142
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Good Oovewnnt; Honesty In Public OfAficI Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.

OLVPOL$S AT H01OM .. kesew
tLONGS TO LOPdDA. A g*d and

--- ee deposits, even ian
The swea e Mve, WM a hbagsee" ank are not entirely safe
The_ SI" "- MM It -time is fair ealingupon re-
WnaI .aw ea-er -s IeNse. wIst at"lBee. In thee re-
The followloe is from the pen of Sid- cet eays eIt t the deposits in
hey Herbert, special cossspondont of Inks :"d trust companies, except those
S Herbert, orpondnt of alrad to be n an unsound con
the Savannak New : dition, of wi there has been only one
"Iteeems to tffmposaible, even here or two, have been entirelysafe ; but no
ia Florids, where the Suwannee river is bank can pay a large proportion of its
loeated, to correct the errors into which depositors,all at once. It keeps in re-
writers have fallen, and still fall, in re- reserve only enough cash to meet cur-.
Srd to Stephen Collins Foster's world- rent demands, with sufficient margin
s negro dialect song, 'Old Folks for absolute safety in ordinary times,
THome.' Recently the Index, of Lake and depends upon the maturing obiiga-
Cty announced that 'Way Down Upon tions of customers to keep this up while
the uwannee River was sung at the the bulk of its funds are out in loans
D. C. meeting in that ity. Not only and investments earning profit If they
S there no song by that name, but there were not so employed there would be no
is none in which the words, 'Wa down prifit in banking and no banks fur the
uponthe Suwannee river,'can be found accommodation of depositors.
an yet the song is often-almost al- Savings banks depositors are apt to
ways-called 'Way Down Upn the Su- be blind to the fact that their money
wanns River.' FredericJ. Haskin. the cannot be kent on hand ready to be paid
iywriter for the press, in his "Fa- obt at any moment,except enough of it
us Song o calls it, but 'The Con- -to meet current demands, which will
fderfte Song Book'of Savannah, en- ordinarily be provided for from current
titles it, 'S'wannee Ribber.' In 'Songs receipts. It must be invested in inter
f the Confederac' of Paris, Ky., it est bearing securities,'or in real estate
is properly called 16d Folks at Home.' loams, so as to bring in the revenue
th name of the river upon the old from which interest is paid to deposit-
were located by Foster is the Su- ors. If they make a sudden dash in
woans rve ond Suwannee (not Suwa- great numbers for their money the bank
ee) county Florida. Foster wrote this ,will not have enough on hand, and the
song in 1851, but before locating it he balance it keeps on deposit in other
cnsulted hist brother, asking for some banks for emergencies will not be sufli-
Southern river of two syllables. Mor- client to meet a prolonged "run." It
prison suggested Yazoo and Pedee, but must have time to realize upon securi-
they did not suit. He then consulted an rities byselling them and upon loans by
atlas, and found thie Suwannee river, their maturity, and in this there may
down in Florida, to which Foster joy- be needle. s loss for the depositors as a
fully exclaimed, "hat's it!' The Swa- whole. If the bank has to susplen I or,
nee at once struck him as melodious and require in, ,hipositors to give it tint. tby
flowing, and V then and there filledout giving uliii:e of withdrawals, it is ,t
the lines, so often misquoted, and made a sign of weakness, but is due t,) their
the title of the stong, 'ay Down Upon blind selfti neo s and ignoran.-e of those
de Swaneef Hibhr' who are clamoring .Jur their de po-its
without reason. An under',taidin of
NEI.ECT liAMEFIL. a how he bank works wouh eve' t a
"It is a shame that 'lorida hasso lonKg run in mAst cases.
neglectio d and misrepresented this fa- It is much taie same with tIhe ordiinry
mous solid the n,(,st Ii ,ular, the world depo,.itors in mcornmercial ba ks maRny
over, of all of F"ter's beautiful songs aof whom nowadays are sn il traders
Kentucky is modaIy ,proud of his 'My iandwomen housetiolder s. They donot
Old Kentucki ; Hrme,' and yet it has a realize thdit their money is not always
more. local Iran;e, wid holds a second t in the bank waiting for them d whenever
.place to 'Old Folk-s at Home,' that has they are roidv to call fr it. Most of
been translated initi .o many Europelmn it muKt Ioe ,,t workintz fi'or thhank, in-
and Asiatie lamig.i,'.es and sung by mil-I ve.sted in ,ormmnrcial paper ,or loans on
lions of people' e w world over. A a i securitov, which take time t,) mkture. It
most popular enore it has been sung is goingout and corning n,with greater
by all the great prima donnas that have I or leis incrpment all 'th time, and only
appeared on the American stage. The a portion is kept on hand in cash, rarely
words and melody are full of tender more than a quarter of th. amount on
sentiments, arnd as long as the world deposit at any one time. All the depos-
lasts this song will make immortal the its are subject to demand, but it is not
nanre of Stephen Coliins Foster, it- ordinarily expected that the demand
gifted author lied(lied at Bellevue Hos- made for payin out from day to day
pital in New York City in 1364, but was will not exceed the amnoutnt that is com-
buried beside hils parents' graves in Lau- ing in in payments to the bank. The
renceville (no'x a part of Pittsburg, reserve is lying ile1 tee meet exceptional
Pa.,) and as tha eotfin was being low- demands, but the law requires it to be
Nred into the grave a band played, soft- made. If these suddenly come in with
I and tenderly. Foster's melodies, a rush and persist day after day the
'Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming money of the inemost flourishing bank will
and 'Old Folks at Home.' As I have not be at immediate command to meet
often stated in these letters, this song them. It may have plenty of resources,
is the negro dialect, and there should be but not able to turn them into cash and
no excuse for Southern writers who pay them over to depositors at once.
change it in any way. I Here is the first By an overwhelming and persistent de-
verse just as Foster wrote it : mand it might be forced to suspend
" 'Way down upon de Swanee ribber, with millions of surplus not instantly
Fat, far away, available.
Dere's wha ma heart is turning ebber, Self' t l--.- .
Dere's wha de old folks stay. Self Underst g.
All up and down de whole creation One of the hardest things to do, on7
Sadly I roam, of the greatest tasks and problems of
Still longing for de old plantation, life, is to understand our own selves.
And de old folks at home. We complain oftentimes of being mis-
CHoRus. understood by the world. Are we sure
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,,at we nave solve mthe proomn our.
"All de world am sad and dreary, selves? Are we sure that the worldd is
Eberywshere I roam* not right in its opinion of us? It is not
Oh dareys, how my heart grows weary, possible that we have yet to learn the
Par from de oid folks at home.' very truth that so offends ? Until we
ME Aasu are sure that we have read the riddle of
our own complex and deceptive person-
Frank Adams (the Cracker). who ality, let us not complain too bitterly of
lives at Jasper, and who is one of Flor. the world's jud ment of us.
ida's best 1noqv men has a career Take the verdict of others .umbly.
that the youth ol the &tate could well Bear it patiently. unless you are dely
afford to emulate. He has by his f- sure in your own soul, from a perfect
forts accumulated considerable wealth understanding of yourself, that it can-
and has added much to the proserity not be right. Think how patiently our
of hise city and Hamilton county. Fris Lord Jesus Christ bore those kimyears
Adams has been conspicuous nthe ol- of His earthly life, in which He was
Itics of the State, and in the various persistently misunderstood by every
responsiblpesitions he has held he has one else except His mother and the be-
prven faithful to every trust. He is k od diipiis. Even though HI ENmEW
a an whose life's stois full t of nter S He was silent, and He loved
est, s.d he has alwaysbeen sistent those who misunderstood Him even
In advocating measures benefleial to while they could nut understand.
Plrda. Alfew months ago a general Shall we, who are not sure even yet
demand from all over the State was that we know ourselves, be very pa-
made an him to run for the United tiet with those who see us dimly and
States Senate, but he declined to enter perhaps incorrectly ? Shall we not walk
the contest for business reoss. O with them in love. awaiting the time
account of his splendid erviesl in pub- when the Divine verdict shall reveal
c life and his high personal character, what we are in very truth ?-Zion'a
there an thousands who believe that He ad.
Frank Adams will at some future time
ree to become a candidate for the Who Leeks For Treoble?
Unied States Senate, and that he will Usually the worried man is not the
- be triumphantly elected. Mr. Adams' one who actually has troubles, but the
popularity is confined to no special see- one who is looking for trouble. He is
of the State, but it goes into every ery accommodating. He meets trouble
loality in Florlda.-Metropolms. half way-though he knows it is his
worst enemy---ne that will shatter his
,'S Par H l S nerves quicker than strong drink.
be divored from your appendix. Go down in the slums and observe the
S re will be no oa for at i you persons who have real worries. They
k yowrjbowels regular with Dr. are always so busy making the best of
'e Life Ples. Their station is things that have already happened that
e that the appendix never has they haven't time to worry over thins
4- mt oke the least complaint. Se that may happen.--Home Circle Di-
Try them. partment of Tampa Tribune.

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ar not Infringed. Live Oak Democrat. made in that now being printed for cir- wnere I snouid nave eoIn toaya
in n t nowbein prined foacir
w se have on hand a larestokof fculation. Peon lesirin 'lists should not tried Chamberlain's Stomrach and
kln-driWe have on hand a largetockof e t tionce address President T. J. L I Liver Tablets The tablets relieve the
kaladried 4-inch 0 ad 4 eoing; T BrownTam pa. eent feeling at once, strengthen the di.
aio 8 aed ry ch So boal. The asrmnofrown, fancyB tive functions, helping theaspeten to
prieem wil plie you. ylo order A very fne assortment of fancy BrieC- ts work naturally -Mrs.ReeaPot ts.
b whble it lastI. ChU as. LuA er a-brac-Utheverylate ttu4age to be ob- Birmingham, Ala. These tablets are -
Tbib tamISed -i h -*r0t at westbg's. 84 for sale by The Tamllahase Dng Co. *
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"TheIM Prbrtryof Florida met In 1''m
.5IIKONVBLL5 ptar rl.3Mson; in the Presbyterian CAUSE OP m
,: Ohuh. FriaW y evening, the 7th Inst., __
at 71 P, and opened its session with a
The F hi.Wate uit rm bRev. D.. MeAllist of d"" 3*
eWeT moS Neaths. ev. Clyde Johaon, of Marianna, was A St. Paul dispatch, of lthe pt of.'
Jackte .people are very mch derator of th prest a- the week, gave out the foll,,mrBiscahb.
elated over t proposed Florida Mid- Meetings were held morning, afternoon speaks for itself, on the strinen money
winter Pxpoitlio, which is to be open- and night. On Saturday morning at 11 subject:
oe contin'clock a sermon was hed by R. R. Not Wall street, but the ivdidual '
ed Jan y Anderson, of Milton. The different pul- w Ao is keeping his money hoarde is to I
three honths. pitsaof the city were occupied on Sunday blame for the financial stress, aseording
This big affair has been organized, by members of the Presbytey. At the to James J. Hill Today he gave the
and owes its I oeption to a number of I Baptist Church Rev. E. P. Mickle, D. St. Paul News and the correspdt
gentlemen connected with the James- ).., of Madison, in the morning and Rev. of this paper a signed statement of h
town Exposito, and with Jacksonville John Stanley Thomas of De Funiax, in viewe- the first discussion he has give.
commercial circles. The original inten- !the evening. Methodist Church, Rev. to the public on the situation-as fol.
tion was to make it an exhibit of goo( I J. W. Walden, D. D, Preident of lows:
and articles shown in .Jamestown, and' Palmer College, De Funiak in the "There is nothing in the actual bui.
brought to Jacksooville. merely to inter-; morning, and Rev. B. L. Baser, of ness conditions of the country to cause ,
eat tourists. Threo h the efforts of M s'- Monticello, in the evening. Preabyte- or to account for the financial ltreds
srs. J. M. Barrs,,W. Rannie. General rian Church, Rev. Clyde Johnson, of now everywhere so severely felt. The
Sebring, Mayor of Jacksonville, and i Mariann%, in the morning, and Rev. J. crops are good, and until money bea :
others, the ecpe ofVIhe Exposition was S. Sibley, of Pensacola, in the evening, to disappear, prices were hrs ler than
enlarged, so that It would cover exhib- In the afternoonof Sundaya Sabbath for many years. Buying and aielUIare'
its and displays from all parts of the School rally was held, at which ad- not interrupted. trade is active, bual
State of Florida. Invitations were alsM dresses were made by Prof. L. W. ness as a whole is sound at the core.
extended to the County Commissioners Buchholz. of Tallahassee, C. V. Thomp-I Neither Is there an insufficient eluma
of the various counties to occupy stands son, of Pensacola, and Rev. M. B. Por- of money in the, country. A y o
with county exhibits. i ter. of Richmond, Va. I there was enough for all current .
Money was set apart to he u'ed in Sessions of the Presbytery continued The notion that Wall street has ia so e
prices and premiums. Nearly forty- throughout Monday. mysterious way absorbed It, has no'"
thousand dollars will be expended in it On Tuesday night, at 7:30 o'clock, foundation. As a matter uf fak the,
beautiful palace of industry building, the Synodl of Florida, which incitil 'ill stock transactions are only abt half
and every preparationrmalde to enter- tji Churches of the State, will vt.i'v,.ie what they were then, with prit e t
tam and interest the visitor to thl, iEx- and will be in session during the weeK. ly reduced. Probably this requlnonly ,
position Rev. W. H. Zeigler, Pastor of the from one-third to one-fourth th
The Exposition is to be held on Tallahassee Presbyterian Church, is the money that was needed last year. Thoe
grounds belonging to leixi,.landi Plirk. :tgreeable host, and is caring wet" for trouble clearly comes from the hoarding f
and covering a apace of twenty-eight the entertainment of the many vieiitors. of money; not by the few, but by the.
acres, and located direct ly ojios,:te the l 1 Sunday morning the attenlianeo itt many.
city of Jacksonville. 'I ; s id fr- ir e'resbytermn Church wasnlirged by "Investors both large and sl feel
ry service will provid-'t tr n1 '|iort it n th, ,intiipa|tion of extra musical fea- uncertain about the future of iMdl es
for thousands of peiop t, .i, Ifi 1.. : It was reported that Mi'sf'-~ e, ent'rpri.emn, sound and unsoun like.
running trip of each r r liwn i.-t t ii ti Colluwe for Women, a nil AIsS IF rom whatever source it n have
minutes .";I. ri h.m. their sweet Finmer wl:, > Ideh-' ,nine, the impairment of pubyk tonfl-
In addition to exhibit' ;'un, vaitinus li ihtei her audience at th,' l|i.'ra .lnei' is a roil fact. It has alreM~done
shows, there will be Spl'i"iA .I tows or- 11ne 'on Fridav eveniir, wv r % .v'tig. Iinwh damage. Il will do mora *les*
ganizedi, such as pet sto.'k shhows. mte'r Mr. Slnridan did niot t;qi'-" r, ,,.vver, s l,'edily correct d. This pop tl dle. '
boat races, automobile iw. c't hlow., blut tin o t .inree.a'in iol ,i n .. 1 't..re trust, its fa:i as it. l.'ads to t IhIW id|oI
dogshow, etc., and vari .- uiiu y ,', r .is ,r lio I ,1- n to it :uitiful I, v ss ,| cshh, is ns foolish as i i la N fo hfIt
organized, a Jacksonvil,, ,' :-; n.ili- i '.. 'lThei pope should put an end Q. t
tary day, a West Flor, 1 1.ls I .iy. Fin Material fo solr-''siig I"'l money whose with
Pythian day, women' s P l,. in a l or iSolers. front actual :ireulatinu means bn sa
turpenii ne men' t'iy, t:i .-Y'v o.,n T.- lTals. ain IT .... I. ,;vs : .t,,rvalton. The h.avvy linanclal Il tell '
of similar nature. 1'i' tate trool l .t\1 -i e ,a'in. i froin >sts of the ciouiti ry ar.', doing theirpa
,In theo way ofmid-wil'l :atttractil.:n z e'in- mhictlmie t : i ,, i t i *'tnlh r:; 'l'ii, p,.,pl mii st ,'itt away min yings
which are always a l., ,titr' of e'x|,'.>s- 1 s,' ti iV > Iv bit i,'l],t i' t,1ly b. ti.ir and do thel':-, :ald th present Crisis
tione the manalgemirti :t. a; rranl', I"I di vs' sttv' ioi s,', ctl-, y>1..r, 4i ,r,," will >,end.
for the best Boatock trau'i ,'l ..taima l.hlaow ;,l;,i'|',.tly tl in tl 1 (irIt,,'itr years M N.,t "Alarmi i publications have dome
ever gotten togeth.'r. lEdl<'n Mni t e. o"l ,I l'i ;>r'' l.i it while th.LrI. 'v.m! tiiu'h to spread and intensify the dis-
New York, infant in.u,;ba tor, fair Japn\l, ipl'nt'' of work, it was of hai intrit-situ t rut. The consvijuences bear mnot 4
Princess Trixie, trauried horhe, Streets nature l'l:e retnlarirA'tli r.. it ( ,mi,t, hardly upon the farmer. The frubtl o
of Cairo, with canmels aid lep|hants. we're attentive and pIatiet instructors,. a year's labor are now just gathered
Johnstown flood, minature railway anId url as for the inmession the .tate ready for the market. He has the
many other similar attractions. FW,,i'v tr.,p., made on then, the remnark of an supply ready, and the world needs
effort will be made to make the hir- lii -er of the Coast Artillery corp i s l, a i. to purchase it. But the movq-
acter of the shows refined, yet er,,i- u tl(d by the Pens;iacii lJournal, n1 ait mett from produce to consumer re.
training. No vulgar cheap ,dancin'ig rl illItrat.on: inqunrs the useof both money anderedi *
shows will be peauimtted. The munagei "l'iorid,: i L. i lI,,t lit I' rinit,.ri'l 'lor The farmer, who as the foundation of
ment have very \i>,,ly placed the i ri, iers i ',,r ,i : ',' flli., r a in l ni' pro.prity, and whose loss or gain
of adrFission to t!l., show at tw .tv- 'men w'.rk,.d v i t ill I oll n cts the' state ttf all other industries,
five cents, chilirn, at ten n cents. 'l'ti< Ii.v a, *r i', c ,,c,. ,.m .. ; i ,:p pupit lset a larre i).'p rcerntage of the value,
price for all the rnidway shows will i,-' el'1 t proe, li s ,iw i',. a- iure every bushel of his wheat and oats and
equally reasonable, so that one goint t. o i t, 'I tIinh" e. iThIy s..41ni ir,.'tty barley, of every pound of butter and of
the metropolis of tl,-. State, spendirin a hi'rd .nli ,. too," to i ,I'iud -"but live stock that he has to sell.
day or two at the lExposition, can r,,- they itood up urtl,-r it li i'y 'Te'v are "It is this which makes the present
turn home without being entirely bank- all right, those iov\., aid l"lorida h:it altiation such a hardship and Injury to,
rupt. reason lu to r.el i th.m the whole community. For, if tOe cul-
W-a- t, n t. '".. W tha- B -a e tivators of the soil suffer, no business
Lacks the Cola. What to Do With a Bad Temper. will escape. The best and quickest rem-
lion. Park rrammell, in giving up tl.' Slturve i:. Give it not hiitm to foed on. edy is for every man who is hoarding
I~akeland Sun to devote his time to law, When something t,,n(lpts you to grow money to return it to its usual employ-
says that a man of his ability could not i angry. do nut yield to the temptation. ment. It is he who is doing the mis-
handle the newspaper and law at the; It may' for a minute or two be ditfitilt chief. As has been seen, the money is
same time. Ah, Park We are afraid I to control yourself, hut try it. Force in the country, but it must be made
that you were running the paper as a ivourself to do nothing, to say nothing, available. It is as much the duty of
side issue and never got right down and the rising temper will be obliged to every citizen to deposit all his surplus
where you could smell the ink and grease (ro down, because it has nothing to hold cash in the banks, which are entirely
of the press. Where you could cuss a it up. The person who can and does sound and solvent, as it would be to
gasoline engine and the devil and meet control his tonge, hand and heart, in subscribe to a war loan. In this way
a delinquent subscriber with a smile at in the face of great provocation is a will money be put into circulation and
the same time. When you had to edit hero. The world may not hold him or the financial institutions of the country
the paper, split stove wood, tend to the her as such, but God does. The Bible be enabled to make the advances with-
chikren while your wife attended the says that he that ruleth his spirit is bet- out which business cannot be done."
woman's club. work fourteen hours in ter than he that taketh a city.
the office and walk the floor the other What isgained by yielding to temper? Meetla Board Coeaty Coemlaslea-
tee with a sick baby. Do the work of For a moment there isa feeling of re- era.
four men in the office, and then be lief, hut soon comes a sense o sorrow The Lon County Board of Commis-
forced to borrow money to pay off the and shame with a wish that the temper sioners met at the courthouse on Tuen-
employes, so they could attend a base- had been controlled. Friends are sepa- day of last week with all members,
ball game while you work. The inner rated by a bad temper, trouble iscaused Hone E. C. Smith, R. G. Johnson. J.
Joya of a printing office were ever un- by it; and the in is given to others a W. Collins. W. A. Register and W. D.
fol to you, brother, or you would well as self. T at pain, too, often lats Stoutamire present
neer lack ability. An all-round news- fot da s, even years-sometimes for After the regular business routine
paper man can do anything from run- lif An outburst of temper is like the had been gone through with, reports
nig a a-w mill down to running for burstming of a steam boiler; it is ,.imis- ,of committees were received. Ho'r. J.
president There in only one item that sible to tell beforehand what will Wit th., W Collins reported that the cost of
the newspaper man lacks, and that in result. The evil done may never te painting the iron work at the Jail was
siciuent su I of coin of the realm to remedied. Starve your temper. It ias p t greater than had beed antici-l
keep the wolf from the door.-Orlando not worth keeping alive. Let it die. i pated, that he thought beat to refer the
Reporter-Star. Gospel Hem-- .-- matter back to the Board. The Board
We iAree W-ett'ye'. lPrerminm lists for the great Florida decided that the work must be done.
.." State Fair. which will be heli at Tampa 'and so ordered; also recommended that
The Arcadia New condemn Governor from February 6 to 22, are now in the first-class material be used, and first-
Broward because. he sends his daughter hands of the printer and will shortly be clam labor be secured.
to be educated at Stetoon Uniyersity ready for distribution throughout the The foJp.wing applicants for pensions
rather than at the State Female Collee various counties and to the hundreds of under the new law, were presented and
at Tallahassee It seems to us that in individual producers. In addition to the approved: Mrs. Elisa R Bryan. J. M.
a purely personal and private family i annual State appropriation of $15,100 well, C. T. Hancock. W B. Joyner.
matter like that, governorr Browar or for erxcluive payment of premiums. - .--.- --
any other citizen should be allowed to the Fair Association will, as usual, add BIleusmness and Conastlpati .
txerise hwe own ,hoiea an send his ev(ral thousand dollars to the premi F- w. .... lu.
daughter where he pleased without draw urns. making a larger offering in p-re. ror years I was troubled with bilUous.
ing newspaper criticism upon him. No maumsthan has ever before been g ven nes aln constipauon which made life
ma., not even theG(;overnmor, isbound to at a Southern State Fair. AIthog the m ierable for me My appetite failed
ac ownt to the public for the manner in remium list of the fair of last Novem- me. I lost my usual force and vitality.
which he exercise his discretion in his ber was a most complete one in every Pepsin preparations and catharti only
feamUly affairs, when therights of others detail, many improvements have been made matters worse. I do not know

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New Stock of Ladies' Ready to GENUINE

Wear and Dress Hats.

RED STAR BRAND. Skirts in Voiles,
Panamas and Brilliantines, in all
desirable shades, prices and quality.
27 Inc. Wicklow Suitings- In Pretty
Stripes and Plaids, worth 20c yard,
10 yards for $1.49 this week.


the best

Linen, in all colors, 35c yard this
worth 20c yd. 14c this Week.
this week only.-----.-----..... 15c yd.
and Napkins.
ONE LOT of slightly soiled -white
Bed Spreads at actual cost.

From 9 to 10 o'clock each day this

week we will sell 10 yards Lonsdale Bleaching for $1,

only 10 yards

to a customer.


of Facts.





1000 Men's Samples Hats, all col-
ors, Styles and Sizes, worth $1.25
to $2.50, your choice for 98 cents.
Don't invest your Clothing Money, before
examining our line of Strouse & Bros. Cloth-

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AL Vlm

win ,9-"ye mm

Is i ~~otheMs aoWt at i.
ati When the'babysIaseswsad has you
I Is w.' at worried and worn out you will N. that
a little Ccaweet, the well-known
on remed for babies ad children, will
aus quiet t little oe in a short tie. The
S- -redits are printed plaaly anthe
Ini rIlepMittesM botte. Contains no oplates. Sold by
r at oaod don the en- all druggIst,
Itholding of former lay atserfSeateSWlU 116.
many counties that have J RONVILL LA., No. 1 .
t J SovLv, L-, Nov. 1, 197.
t of ti.nhave J. Coll, Esq., Tallaha s,
.e,-,n ^n, t ltrida:
'fSr havirg am M t honor my name by mentioning it in n-
t.at the greatest ofiall section with the coming campaign for
to airs, which will br the governorship. -
from february 5 to 22 I am grateful for the honor conveyed,
[ticall every county but wis to say that should I enter the
Ithe -a.lrsln fons erampign next year it will be for the
Sn- line,,and the um- Mtorship. There are seyeM reason
Ie ement at tJe .corn- this. I feel that I would 1fer to
Q ltDt e na-third more bein Washngton where m ay o
Bheretofore- Th with old comfdes of the Federal
hti tom Tho e-tLrd
fa irin February-the and others would enable me to be of
tourist season-not only some service to our beloved State. A
S tes and pro~ er gen- close student of former government I
Ifact that nothingcan have in mind many thins I would
Sfronm being a g dand sire to e urged upon th country to
has also b-rouht bring the United States to her ancient
Senthusiasm.'r moorings. In the grand battle for
ember in former ears which the parties are now liig up
o anstate ris wherein te ver aaty of the so.
i ,butthatofFebruary ei States areattackedy Mr. Moose-
inevery d parte vltinsidious policy about state on
Ii Floridar ca, aford to b trol of the power of taxing railroads,
r nt9 aon t the fair, etc., I desreto ee the sates triumph,
Isr the case with individual and our Northern sisters have shown a
great weakness and timidity on this
question, especially the great State of
& Bfekea laci. New York..
tn in your back caused by lum- Until the atmosphere is further
S usncles or astrainis aneas cleared I cannot get my own consent
S to rid of. Ballard's Snow Lin- enter the race, but it s possible that I
nA umatism, lumbago, sore may shy castor into the nA if
tf ur es, strains,'sprains,'cut do wi be heard from the stump in
brses, salds and ll aches every county in the State, for as you
You need a bottle in your house. know I am a fighter from flghtersville
by Hadee-Smith Company. when once 1 take up he cudgel.
A ... ........ Yours sincerely
S AWi Ad Md o a Moral. A.O. Wly T.
ia younw man, seeking an opening You can't be well if you have a weak
business house, do not attempt to unhealthy, titled out stomach. Neither
terms and the manner of your can you eel good if by some little ir-
The man who is "on the regularity in eating you have caused
Sao matter how humble his status, the stomach to get out of order. These
the coveted chance. Here's an ex- little stomach troubles are signs of in-
of this spirit, i a Want ad that digestion, which may, and very often
in m newspaper day after day does turn into a very bad case of dy-
t getting a single reply : pepsia. Don't allow this to go on a
anted. Situation by practical single day without doing something to t
tr, who can take charge of any overcome it. Take some good reliable
ment. Would accept a pro- and safe digestant like KODPL for
ip in any of the colleges. Dyspepsia. KODOL is the best remedy
ave no objection to the teaching known today for heart burn, belching
ornamental painting and pen- and all troubles arising from a disor-
,ijasp, geometry and many other dcred digestion. It is pleasant to take
d .ecesa. Have had some expert- ad offords relief promptly. Soldby
Sas a lay preacher. To dentist all druggists.
Satr chiropodist would be invaluable;
or wouldd cheerfully accept a posi- GEKOGIA, rLORIDA AND ALABAMA
sa' base or tenor in a church RAILWAY COMPANY.
Jlegth there appeared an addition cee FreiPassege--
aki-d: Unexcelled reigit &a- Paueaer
P. 8. Will saw or split wood at Service-New Llam tfom New Or*
Veaal rates..leas, MobfoeMAlPensacola. vi
No secured a position-and it was a lesas, eb -e sad Pe-sacola, via
y one- immediately.- Home Cir- Carrabelle, Fla., to Tallahass a d r
Tampa Tribune. 0lacy, Vla., almabride, Arlingtol, St
e P Cuitbert, Ga., sad Intermediate
MM Lyrics, by Robert Palm olat t.
m Traffic arrangements ave been per,
*9 ll probably be a surprise to many fected with the Mobile and Gulf Steam-.
to lern that Dr. R. P. ship Company, thereby enabling a week.-
the eoptician, who has ben ly service from New rleans, ensacola
E visitor ts and Mobile to all point via the Geo
Yeompastl is- a aolDr-. f Florida and Alabama Railway. Seeuat
whi hh cas av oSlou mteoLyo 1ur bills of lading carry this routing.
It attract.ll "Sl oune For full information call on your near-
It i attractively bound ad est aigen, or write
IeUy treated, the work of the eA. age, or e A McTYER,
Lyrick Publishing Company, Commercial Agent,
ylUeTenn. Acopyofthe book Bainbridge, Ga. 37-tf.
re mtl beensent to thi offie, for A. F. Kuxm a Commercial Agent,
we me to return appreciative Tallahasee, ia.
of.the poems, dedicated to a Chapped hands tre quickly cured by
lg d once of our city, and popu- applying Chamborlain a Salve. Price
munial circles, but now moved 2 cents at.The Tallahassee Drug Co.
and married, we give in another -- -
Hf em TIM portrait isa true one, and fit,-IA
.* TImely I.Utle Pet sres. -
Wtdom is beyond the control of the NSICE TO PROPERTT OWNIERS.
who really deserves friends S ial Ta Ley or Wter and fi
1 ,.a.eensd ithse man ho knows w c .
dthe foolkliler is due o visit him. Notice is hereby given that it is the
iJle failure now and then is a intenlmmon of the City Councilof the City
iptag tor the mostsuccessful men. of Tallahasaee, Florida, to pass an Or-
thei woman hater, finally does dinance on the Sth day of Novm.nber,
la love, he falls far and lands A. D 1117, provldim forth levy of a
S ... special tax of four mills, for water and
S'the"ds ee s fire protection, upon the taxable prop-
o I the world i either sm art t within the corporate limit of the

BWhat very bad )judgment (Signed) A. (C 11i.:i.R,
[ 1 have who don't like us. Prefadept Ciry Council.
1 at that he is not super- Attest--- T
Thirteen drinks and (Signed) A. H. WILLIAMS.
1B.,for another to break City Cirk.
-H. W. B., in Natnal Bydirection of the City Council


of digeem

PrWepred bw 16 4 16 1@..~s
For solo by aM 4 bt

The La-Ezy" Mattress.
Made of 46 lbs. of pure cotton
felt in layers like cut-High
Grade Tickin --reBh_ Roll
Edge-Imperial Sttohed-Guar-
anteed in eveu way the equal of
the "Ostermoor" or any other
$15.00 felt mattress, you to be
the judge.
Order one to-day, sleep on it
thirty nights, and then if you're
not absolutely sattised your mon-
ey will be immediately refunded
without question or quibble.


- Florida.


left. D. Ferrell,

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

A portion of the public
watronade Is solicited
rnd satisfactiOn 'uarano
Heavy and Particular laulinq a
Specialty by
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
lows, crapers, AUTO Rollers,
street Sprinklers and Graders, same
milt and operated by him before set-
ed for. See him for further particu-
rs or address P. 0. Box 2W5 Tallahas-
e. Fla.

ginnig, Plumbing
;heet-Meta Work
All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
ro s. . .

plumbing a Specialty.

Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every (ly Y
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
and ..
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Sopchoppy, Florida.

Lumber, Staves, Slat

Heading. Shingles.

Mockery, Ash, Popular in Spe

Sizes and, Length a Specia
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Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
in Florida.

The home of the Wil Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The beat Quail and
Snipe shooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the
State. .

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.

Air Line Railway










Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksooville, Florida.




Undertaker and Funeral Director

and Embalmer.

Day or NIIIh*.

Tallahassee, Fla.

Phone No. 44

(Successor to A. T. Roles)
DBLBR R11 Kinds of Fresh Meats.

satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders.

Prompt delivery.

Ring up Phone No. 283.
four Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
M.at from my Stall.

Room$ to Rent! KllU Dried Lumber.
Three Nice Rooms, all convniences. We are carrying a nwic .t,,ck of floor-
urnished or unfurnishedi-.rht., baths ing, coiling, novelty, siding and wide
ewerage. Address P. 0 Box 39, or call boards. Come and select what oa
Ltha office. 4-tf. want. Child Bros. Ut


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I TTH TRUE, DMOCAT oWesn m, of .
: JIM 0. CeLWUS. vpartu IHion. Jobr N. C. Stockton has a..
S... nour ced for Gover@no, and he vera Iis delightful eoeba I is NIr iV
PUBLIrHED IV RY FIRIDAY MOINIp.Gc. wisely did so, too, before going to the u A two of the. mat ,a e...... sm A. D. ,I
d""dL ..... 4 i... h. great Ocdal Coming Out Convention to America. Both Mrs" Eirtifl and relney Npoleon I om Ofata
iteral oredHdClassMatter M~ar h,'1.l'lr, at do it, which the people of Florida will Ir. Sheridan are from Ger tI d Id.for_, .etr. s pa te
the Post ornee at Tallahje.. Vihiiriat.r take in the best taste. Itwmakes nodif- southern women bi Mrth. po ed Charter:
Aet of Conairpresof Morth 3.1*TV. MI h bhrtenn, in iW annipeston I W. IL. NffTOf I%* Twoitoe tho Vise tiim <
Sfer.e who of u may now or have in piano, is wonderful. A lady here, ITNIsON. ..U ain'ows er. -
M ies in Tnl e Buillin. rner Adw and the ^pat opposed Mr. Stockton in poll- .-- ofh- f a ^ ido "rif"e hr-
i .T BM, h. C ,,. a a tict. all will have to admit he is a can- $I whole soul im b her mauqi. Bvy ._4 Th- lNs
clinth nftreet. T N did:ste to be Governor ot Florida. who l ey e that comes Into e t fOPoD .ARTE O TaE siON
methply incidental-julst nothfhtI-.-tlatiPROPOSE CIIARTERQ 0. THE LEON-9' ~rl,.. W11
e -WPrilption. .0toPer Yr. in Adven., will have to he reckoned with ; that 1h se toi b. disposed of as qukkly t- GADSIJEN TOBACCO C(MPANY. l So f tlsw ow
Adve'rtlin BRate on AnAplia',.,,, i: st rong and popular, and that, if he alue ." It has been said that thiit The undersigrndl ele eltet theraMeves pa p i tlt
.......- ... ..shoijd be elected Governor, will be a planit is the rival of Padelrewsk-ldba to* Sf r er the o at i
S, The Tres 1omn crt is the o ficll New' pprr rgr.;,t improvement, everything consld- in fact, and would beelosekn.wl-I tr er.iof busine ssuId brA y virt. the r i ekO
e e tt. h E fL L*iaIbut for the domination of imasC- terms of a Charter, which lt as follows: or of th Mm w the
o L eo Couty. er,., on what we have had with the his criticism in musical ci les, which arT1 *o. mL es byel rtslit t
S- J.-nirii v and Broward administrations. yev pre'..d.;ence to the man-artist. Be. l W
Te Tllah1e. Friday. Nov. 15, 1907. In pi;,uin words, we believe h. will come ,t as it may. only genius of a high The nameof thiCpn mtlnadUbthla.l.- toA db i the
r.r,.r ingtheoverinor in f. Few oodr could so divipely interpret the pla.c eof businot shall be I" the Citr of l a l"eeinidM Saen.th BoDow
if nar being thve verno hn fact. Few Mr. mity thuht of the greatcomposers s.,in th.-countyof laen. in the tate of oe elected thestoeol
Shif ; y, orien have ever heard of.Mr .of th wrl mot faous muictuchother plh a e it = de to *id inmditly tU tmam
stablimh branch ( eC and Places of business
_--- St.,<- tonr being "bossed" or "influ- Tallahasseans were delighted, and thrinmshout the State of PFlorida and the United *wet the remainingr py M
andIn'lori i drtit em ,r,nr reaty r,.i or ne" int'' o a thing contrary to what he they have a warm welcome store for stat ,f America. e .tthe annuals r
d r n r rr.nn thought waM right rMrs. Mehrtens, whenever It should ARTICLI mLf -sih"all be ledi d tlllhe
r lde osr f.vndr r.rc in it g. rom the Metrop- please h.rr to appear before them again. The nature of the business to be transacted by and under the by-raws of thlf
j ..---: Ilt ol, of the 11th, we take the follow- Mrs. Sheridan is possessed of a m&g. said company .hall be to plAt. grow, cultivate., owinWtn md PrsosM sll1 SWlSi
Twelve full p.vs, all home print, o,f inv: niftcent contr.to voiceofsuch wonder- an generally deal ninleaf andne cut tobac attison. Vi
intercsftinpg renling matter and aittract-. Johlin N. C. Stockton has yielded to ful carrying power that her mostsoftly co. cigars, cherootM and ciraretted. Also to pur- Secretary. and J. D. Holtye
h I. .I the pressure brought to tiar lpon him whispered note could be distintly heard chwe. lseI, or otherwise scuiue. to construct, J.D. vlolm, DiL Hutono',
ivte advrtisments. ead the whole ll eons o the tte. nd to Trained intain and operate tobacco warehouses, facto- J Drt
newr r tfrom Nll sections of the State. and to. ai over nn trehs v If iest wholesale awenciesanddepots(forthecurinr. ARTICLE VL
newosap' .. -......- d;ay decided to become a candidate for masters in New York and ar, Mrs. storing, manufacturing and saie of tobaco. The highest mount of lndeti edaes
And "My Old Kentucky Iome" wnt; Governor of the State of Florida Sheridan has learned to make the most cigars. cheruots, cigarettes and smokers' sup- to which theeorpora ton m sta
Rpublican in lamt week r.ctio.ris. It Mr. Stockton ha thound of perof her ex regards th- Alo to buy, ell, import, export and generally authorized capital s the
ir cirv'd lp, to, to n ie hti so and political friends whowill rally unique, awrt, as she herself hasmsaid, "ex- deal in pipes, cigar antl cigarette h.lirs., craur The names and reslidenem e 1
tI chred up, too, to m.hi( plhilt. support, and even here in Jack- perienc, has taught her how to sing." cut.ing rnachine.,and smokers supplies of al. pa rtls t thestowkofthesild
ameory t in all kindit of tlwoi, impl,..nents auit appliancem suliscribe.d by ech mw as folllms.
he. lr,,adv has scores of lp..eod whore sorrow fillh.Miionsof life,her heartin- which n.y nowor or. oate, I, ,eftl in any of W. tIf. Covingtonn, Talthae
And now the ; Ifn. 1) ( 1 F1leV li i -< u.'u li him for Gove.rror, anrd who Lerprel- h- If irit of her iong, whether the buin..'M.s ht're mnti.ci,.i. .; ,Itornuftntur.,. ,hares.
-inr > rf 'i n ,f ;,,, rC r fir.it, for r,- i,.; I h., .toforet,f.o, oppost.e him r plitirtially. it b.e j,, ,ous note of triumph for vic- kbuy, sti l~,, a,,,rt ,. rlt w o ,pl llyre lil. all E L. If ihii on,. Jacksonville. Mia.,
astor M.llorv's e'riif l ore:i *'. I ie. Mr Siockton wan seen to hv ( I y a tories w n, or a requiem for the slain ,,ausaor.. for i,1 ... t .- e prsted hrtk. Dais0. Nel. (arrabele. Fia. Fifty
for, the l rv, over, how ri,,H s ",, r re )orter a1 o,,n ;e it was opprtxriuit It that strew her path, in hU iIIr: c trick it tI. trra cotta. r ,. /r J I olmnei, .Jacksonvill, Fla.,
fonM w thi l ,.ov,.r it. ,ri.i.';,' k f,'s Ids:i l oti Irhi ir nj 'ii it I. I ,. 'It. l t, , ,,to I r. Hf. ,
co dil i f.,r .f .or. ehrnt if t nd when ask othe Mr iti's peronality is charm- ,r. t,. I tMhr ,ro m.,,,. i ,,oi.y. 'tm ,n t.t 1.. "*lS
,idf il, t , f r. f h, r id ,i in l l' I,' ( a d reofiremen t, an well ,i hi, n-r, i rt, .prt arntl e t.i' rally dil.-l ri DAN O
I vj, had the m alt,tI I of ,'-o,,r inur ai t ', i "l I'I II. te*t nsive travel, and i'',, .u't,, : o, ,''utn.,, ni t'Hi,. ', a 1 3 ,( J. D. HOLM
,ir tIi ', t i o n' .- I[ t,.- lor the ;ov,.,'.. I, ,nlr i tnt,' r'n with rirft-,d men und women, ..,eto ,, n;. j ,,.II ... t l,. ,,,, i .,,,. ,, i th (i ( Conrt ofth.SecondJ1
i,, ,i i, f t . t i. I, , i t i, for iri ,. .. l, .r: l i IN i ;al unusual degree A de- n,- ..' ,:,-', ...., n.., i, ,,.p.,,,, ,,,
i ri,,t a' , '' .i t I I r i, t t l ', 'r 'aLionalist, she ciqiti- .. .. . i .. . 1 ,' i <'atl C('iic, ,f Florida nand d
...ni''I d .... .: ., ,, , .'* ,+ ,,' ',,.) f :i l ,,1I ,v o f 1. ,, n n --In C hancteryto,
,.,, ,, I' ''; '- ,. t r r', 1 I *, i) l i'i;ttI. I i', v. i. fn va i lro r fn urttinate enough to A' .., f,,..r ,,. t. 1 , .,ac. n
1, \ I r r" i i itri ''. (l d ',,. I, %.I ., nI I ,,m 1 h.' ftO *,':: :: ; "t-un thirw acquatintan s .t ..,,, r,, i, a. rt ti ..+ i ,+ a,. h.i- (,. 1,,V1* (' ,,, ,''* *iiu nt. vw. 'J.a ll
"I ', u "* fI t, ." "I l I V : i1 i to' ,. t1 )r m (re num bt .rs of ti<' *tr,.- ,, *1 . ,, *" i,* t, *"* ,l .** ., W 'lIi... I. s,,lh *a, her hatbatidn ,

v ,, .. ,, t , (, i t i v ', ' l. w inlt'r. If they all I I , .....i , .y i. I i,,art .,t ,, t I. ('. i n hi swi a. Juli
|I n i'lo1'''I,,, hHI., ,, 0 Iiaher'hi,, s ba , tI, 'I M t'hrten i, ,; .'... r.tr, ,.,ll- HI I n.l I t -.ch:,t- w; l:m d I ':.,k P. W toward, her hue
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Siir'IiIrI i t c IIll. t iv t. 1 t OiP ii lfI' :' Wa''el un ipw i f a' n riu it iayimuhil. la. Mi ly has lt en i fcr more than it
fi d I I fill Illr 11 "1 1- ,., 1] 'l i :,. r, t'h te' r 1.1'ir oi p rat roidt l S't ati' oi .i prti 'ce ling theO A1P
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.rs, I ,I1 ,' tI, itl tt edt' ,'I ,! co tat. it,'sI~'t o forohw Illt' to tu I_(to, in her.u$ual -heilth,- a nd a r
\ Ill l|i 1' i lt* t .i e t' 't' ,+[t ; '(' , .|',' ,iT l ',n,, + .Il k. s, X 'i r t a, n h. ,,. tiC i. .., Iver s. ,x a. 1, th u. . l ul ,i 'nl, u "o, ,a e t ,b b .u in a, f. e w
w r.,I ', .. ,1t lt, :i 1I. h.,: t h.- I.ll. ," :, 1 .. . I.; ,- l r ,I11t 1 h A i 1* 7
ni"'Iu | i n the ,It l;4 it \Iro tit l rhe ,c toas ubsrib o,-, 4 I h p ,., k ,. f it

r,. .i r *fe T'm"'uitI ittitc'iie ., I l rfiivI* ~%'hi'ri irol' of ai"e sul r f k* Ill Iidney tnd : and p d,"" -e'ov.'rw'tol b tpe sa. 1, and any rghtI sAd1 a way. She hadreals
thui ' h nv s t 'il c ic,'. r... f rir'. ,o mroditielbri..ngnl rredy' ltM t 'it S'.%Ven t her vi' A' i t ,\ II.t .I I. IAI d
VA.,t ,la. n This i |itt I I\i)*. a t ..d,a n, .s el,, m ead,,at u o ., to1,t nl.t rl gI v 'in o, ut I .o
\ r. i nl 4,.l r i, -: t..h ih--c. ,. l- le ,h il
erhrrhr w".IoV;. hrL11.ceor Ioalcem teyInt11 his ,nity T F

O * '....1 ''t 'hee'fadtooh ,. ar" l.ll s d l,, ah s, -mtl-
,f a |yrio t hl ar ,,, I i,, ,,l 1 al w n a r m of s|c e il.e i t ,, .de : B u N,. Ine tt loc port M o .. Iwrltes, !the u ,ta i ., fe "h ot1.ld. u.lrmi f i ai e. I l it oIo, n s thteAse f
thI o, m i (n, to i.i h.. ,,i n, ivihtna t ihsrgn. .u f, e aiKed with pr Ip;uia tee. (h dl ato thprhoH
T I adtoo.uitI( ons

inoty titte ss pi o.(n .l .athe mh ney Nftrtai Ic 1gtw bottle lof Fole .y'Kd-b enrv or to n.venentin epout wti..A eai -il, and s atecnherns l

wft r-e, nd te r. f ,,1Io sl,,.f,,,, th, (flninir to c t .. | hrf. d h h avenes o >ra,..ro t utdhr buy. hods li, to rn Mr onia Ru1dol- h seemed b
)th. ., ,, i t ih ,rla th i four ey ,t A ,i ul,. h I Pa t Sei bt y bnet Danger. piKon le. ge, mae .. or u o nt lis e o c .-e, m p rpi enr t oy
tn Th st I atitiian.aleadr e ars od ol by all ru g its. an. AU.. iit.,dt, fai h Iirt inl ht.im wh nrrkm..nd ..rro din thor, r.olne ,ian d tosecrte t r a 7ti
promise's ne'v.'r to teenke a nd to ro- e heven asur e hat The pent ye. r fet's r of dance plodges, d.e.e bndi, no te. or othe, obligations and ued a( men d hadwoenl
vidtn tihi l mt fro bw.hwil payI,0" lrf istal np'Isi-Il b th ed laht GeA ,rdmatkhere edftona uaornf e pt ot sao the tamer, inot

htnckthne >nd thl <'nm(in, Ou t (o>nyr'n- tr't quantities. With our surplus hf fe arouw and Foniygh Kidneh Remedy *t kavrl-g t..tnmlB.ecuritoieess dobtlataonnof t orces. Interment was made or
on v hv. mpli or, farm commoditi hringnR redy ah houid be tenat the irst n of dan- trrhnise.ltuon o jiud ienhwhe or l ny episcopal cemetery, in thia elty. -o
fr a Illh t'ite. ho l r in Furoer it i0s onl a matter of timet K'r, a it elrata irregularitte and h ofuh .lok, bond., or obltl to elall o -n-e a ci,

Wtand omtlnintin! ovr thr moit.y trn reve t he flnanheialetrinoenhcyt. "I rea wt nre prostrate rui .enD, .p3ey ad buineeoss.nt.eK ey TarWes t cre thsSnent
enri nnod ti .htnp. putr n e' nila the "lrtt e nintunlit.y tht te i ntihorta se ooe.othenseto.uaiVdflrt, hew us.su lt tanw aS
Irnvi . iffir i it. I rm I II I l,! 111V l tarrfow nilh whu otirtiladmof d; to d b tc preents pneum13-o1d b y A

ourk nd en.r.y ibleh and with nr c rerdymo.neyin.deWtined to cut the n2o Reey | feebtte Kthn I have apetruS ld.seritedobiga;o. fres. 1)nt. rnen. 1Smolld by
titn havepr whl o or Icf farm omrmod't e to brome ex- for tw kty yeait, although I am now91 thdin ldorp, on ,or h o.iyproEt UoNlf.t, still, Mrsty. FnW h... Ct .

it whi.ntry f.id lno't d nm morh tting whtent. Thr, statistician 1l Alrbedy flur- year old. t Sold by all Druggiste. th ndte pw o t An ovaeron was tendered HofJl
and tm, liitfith .nr tht ny Ia wh rink how the former hat lor t million. ........... pnr lndrlnlltne tot d rol i nd n coneyn a tlliuc rfe B. Ho ne dere. a the
pro v to f~r.nke sitnd to pro. h, h ven iured thIe connumer that The kpr:esN y.1r :oNrte of r(arces i p d-d., n-4dIsoor othrlntio ande 1r,600' wmen andh women hetat

vden. ah,, fihnehi, wl. ,omt from a he will pa he t,)r hi tabhe nece|- givenbytheoTatlahattee Germnn'!aib d thm rortonvemet nti .Mb-. o he *teand er, in apprecnas t l -
hondl th,.ah. lned;.rin, nndohirr ountrh' tirer. but td latter hat failed ao yet to will beedn tonight wiha b awer-erm h n have in selp. bmto l* pevken pdumria te toldbya
vmrt-gih-ve he TFlah Gbtieref klok or.torieiepmetorspitfl t r t allo er stemdried an awtechome
fnnnr. ill om. t 1 rh notice any material shrinkage In his An usual this series will b given at tte of. in the doWtion o judrmnt of the bolar a pain. He leaves to attend thlei
wie w.Kmbh rocery balln." l.eon Hotel. It iH a matter of rg,..t directors;tomake. pute LMSS^iessoretupO out convention at Ocala, No~l
With u. ,oridi.m atrirs m,.v nut he that the Leon's orchetra will not t*e rm a.urr dawtm ^bus reld.t 14.-Key West correspondentetlH
ner ,n h,.d .. th,v ,-,em W- h,Rr of IThose Fioridians who favor good mor-. present at the first entertainment. Iw, ree.enter.eotrM-.eetwe. n th,,Mleor* News. ."

no had failures or msimohet in Floridn .Ie and driving the whiskey from Flor-I however Uhere ia good local talent p ianta llva of" t Sit' tom in The Postmater of Gucon l
Frim verv city ind tn nnk nd a with all the evilthat go with ilable, some of it equal to the he it,t an thelints ofresth. DanielA.oRushasayof DeW
iumin.ess rntrrivr.n on n rportdn ia, with ll th il that o with it that after all the orchestra i no, a hoasae.who mptr Mle. a too te icor y and Bladder Pil "I a' *
the ot Corditin. atre most plesl ed that Hlons. JeTerson necelsity to the full vnjoyment of the peathm. tthewr m sdiv.oss dr m as '-" weil. and improving so fast
Ih it. Browne and W. H Malone both dance. Several youth men are x- s eourtyr herwisewiAtht llld that I cannot say too UeUh
Tiilh, hnHa,,, N hbnkinr institutional, ttok a livt and active' inter.et in the pro- i'cted to come tovt'r from Thomaaville h n ru to oN adebtedoneMs. at Kidney & Bladder Pills. I
evry one of thm, nre onducted on hbition campin t Key Wet l iand our neighboring citiesof Monticello either ubli torpriateas u"mb new man. DeWitt's K
every tn, tt th.n, rn d on hhok emwih at KeyWept. thil and Quiney wilt also be represented. te furthe brdorht res Mye to nwebr.e Bladder Pills are sold by
lthe'vr 'st thlnm rit',it, arre" n.Wtrk' with the t ople to tht The first, by Misses Josephine Budd and soobsotock minti tunl paemt of anll athindebi-
all ai solid the "rork .of (hibrltn," endt. 'ITheo Morrison, and the lst by Misa edaes;: aad toma eigs: bieawsl" ftrthmasses Hoe. 0. H. Kelley, of
have fuiild to meet all mrne.r.ncieh. arid iThie l'vPn'mceia Journil has nam are doing bhuiiness ieuillv and nmoothily. Editor W. Storr, of the DeFuniak lark twentd Davidupleon. In het all ther. witll *his osamteandteSas aeMrIts. *de oisa r returned fipo Washilntur a l
reinrdleh. of the money etrint.n.vy all Breeze,. as the candhdati who could yn the lieo flMen'saor. t m or *V QUto D
over the country Read the .. rticle oin en..ily carry West Florida, to be our nishi ythi s ingo to Burn Men& o. Fur.~ .lo er pes. w use orn esonsity to Editor Sam.l Sanborn of es.
our first pure giving the hournlitigi f Governor, and ih a two-column article Mr.W.H. Bradshaw was in the city I ew tdomn ir o rte t belle Advertlaer was o t i.
money an one main excuse for the finnn- of the good things done by Mr. Storrs Tuesday and made us a pleaiLnt visit. faster thes aleh o**Weea.pu ms. pews the interest of his bright
call strinvgency, and if you have rash for his sectionof the State and his qual. 'Hlo. W. B. Lamar and wife left ,er' mor sUtothle wekly Mptor, lat Stuea IIta
hoarded or hid out, go at once to one of iflcations. hpeuak in the highest terms 1r1Monday for a visit to Monticello. t** %wP. s-.e- .
Scrivens Heavy Weight Underwear toIri* te witteso-
our banks and deposit it. Hear in mind, of th., man. Newspaper men think for sale by Burnas Co. Is mgtl t t Isle? W tho t3
too, this is not an advertisement, as well of Mr. Storrs, and should he be Lo, the riht mate to nlce air of de hS il ftOlirI m That is th watehwi ld.
neither bank will know anything of It announced he will be Mberallv sup. Kid Drivilvlg loT. between Umore I- .r. I O- -ee li,1 twire
until th read st as you are doing ported. ish we had r the Dvi stor d J. Cay's. a
now. It Is always e a n .d bet .. to.de journal's ariclei this week, but we will reewardedby eav, se say .er.
Wait yew maniq Ia a good bank. save sad pablish it kW 4d oa1t 10 ill 1 1


aF November S. e her
SPa"o, Editr of time Flr
eate Advocate of Uv Oak, al
1 wwPreitdestat th of worLa m
aind iiM w afteroon ato
of his speialfriensrt. oJ. &. We
waMr. d. Alth her woat Tam r
t-a after his Loo coty's
ent to har tr home from Tall
=Mis Sudday arming, at aet4
crowd wam apron> at tvi seietat- h
viand and tlld with profound atm. M
tion to hi baitaermas n on Hearue
ady, spent Sunday i Chaie as he a
rlwa the S wabbath Sebbol childres.-
th afemroose, In his unual happy sty&
Mr. D. Thomas Bradley also maki
lookhis visiaftere hi Lofteon since ia n
est.. He will return home from Talb
faily has moved in. was he
Mins Sadle Canto has return
Mr. Miles ohnson, Jr., ait with h
Miss WilliMr. e, of L.entreine, at Cent
Viss Lilla Smith came home Frida
and remained till Sunday, p. m. MN
a broSundaht with her, a her upath
Mim Ethel Manning, of Mannington.
Of course, Mr. Jion.m Bradley, of Qui
The, pent Sunday finding Chalre, as he
alwaydoes when somebody comes.
Mr. Thomas Bradley ing also maki
his visit here quite often since a nit. Thr
family has moved in. re reeivedin wa he
Sunday enjoyable evening spent.
Mr. Miles Johnson, Jr., and sister
Miss Willie, of Centreville vicinity;
day agent Sunday with their sthe cpathe
Mr. Wm. Johnson.
The Reading Circle and Busines
Meeting of the Epworth League me
with Miss Mayme Snipes Friday ev Mond
inThe Doc. The President being absent, L
pator Pacted in this capacity. sThre
Snew members were received in arid
new officer installed, the latter bein
our efficient assistant school teacher
Miss Glidewell. Peanut taffy was serve(
andguests at rs. W.n enjoyable evening spent.
Micello. Eula Glidewell spent last Satuhonore
day an a part of Sunday in the capightfu
city, the funcest of her uncle Cof her miaunt
Mrs Worer McLobrtsW blivin.
Dr. J. C. Moore and fhis automobile
viar prted Chaires, professionally Mgahonda
The Doctor came out to see little Les
ter Patterson. who was quite sick.
Mr. Wm. Roberts, Mrs. Jim Henrt
and neice, Miss Phoena Henry, wer
guests at 'Mrs. W. F. Snipes, las
Thursday. Mrs. and Miss Henry left i
the afterurningoon for their home at Montdnsday.
cello. Miss Phoena was the honor
Tuersdae of evening before of a delight
social function at the home of her aunt
Mrs Wm. Roberts We believe it wa
a Love a fft air. From some observation
timade e ha' believe it was not on
in name only.
Revday,. J. te Woodward filled his regu
lar preaching appointment at Pisgah on
the 3rd, an premavents aned over toatten
the entertainment at Mrs. Roberta', re
turning home Wednesday.
MissChurh, India Brandonand brother, fro
Oak Dale, visited of tMis Lilla Sgueit Sun

dayMr. J. C. Upchurch ad Mr. Cttor
attended Partridge, of Monticellof Mr. C.ex
pected in Chaies, Wednesday, Sundor thy.
purpose of orthnizins good a Junior Epworth
Quarterly wa oMetin will be helnt ified
Cwith ahaires' xt Monday we a citik-tzenhe firanked
timeong the best wher been given only orn
day, bumpathe pr with ture of other u, and manyfilled
appointments prevents anotherday' as-
service. A Thanksgiving evening Ser
Church, uose of wr the direction of thet their
vice-president of the league.
Mr. J. C. Upchurch and Mr. Cotto infancy
attended the fund ra services of Mr. C.e
T.e Hanc, forck in Tallahasee, Sunday.
Sickness prevented some who reathers from
attending We are a man lorry to chronicle Mr.
the deaanc of this food manmily, who for will mis
many years wag so closeyV identified
with Cmorehais'. A a citizen, hearanked
among athe best wherever he omflivorted, forin

left to them ahe was public-spirited and large-hearted.
natimes have we seen him maters, is rather

there, he opened his heat ricand home toes

I 7IK T A. -H

Dear Sir; Here's another problem for
those arithmetic and algebra acholasr :
If Dtevoe is worth $1.75 a aRllon, and
spread. a half further than average
paint, and wears twice as long, what is
average paint worth a gallon put-on,
painterA' wages being $3.50 a day and
a day's work a gallon of paint.
The answer is minus $1.75 a gallon.
That is. you could afford to paint with
average paint if somebody gives it to
py and pays half the painter's wages.
Yours truly
44 F. W. DEVoa & Co.
P. &--Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our

o**the Trte DMmowrat.


aI sP s sOAse &MIP i 1=l Su-
per" awromfremPgt p taA-
Reootatl trip around the world
Mad his v to a natiws. Greatest
Sbook of tr l eer written. Most duc-
oi esiu book f uM e atlo. 41.6W
aal edfor B 4 x. Wwit s for
Sample n t8f first N agent em-
ployed. pe"o bay it eagerly. The
agents ar
**. t it-Sd fif ty cents to
sover esot of a saUaod handling. Ad-
l1 1MWSMN mumS L.St. s Lok M M
In the Seeed JudieIal Circuit Court of
Fidrida, and for Loon County-In
Llla Stephbes, Complainant, vs. W. J.
Stephens, Jr., Defendant-Bill for
It having been made to appear by the
affidavit of the Complainant, Lella
Stephens, that the ridece of the De-
fensant, W. J. Stephnam, Jr., is in a
State other than the State of Florida,
to-wit: the State of Alabama, in the
city of Andalusaia, in said State of Ala-
bama; that there is no person in the
State of Florida the service of a sub-
poena on whom would bind said De-
fendant, and that thesaid Defehdant is
over the age of twenty-one years; it is
therefore ordered that the Defendant,
W. J. Stephens, Jr., be and he is here-
by required to appear to the Complain-
ant's Bill of Complaint on Monday, the
2d day of December, A. D. 1907 ; and
that this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks in "The True
Democrat," a newspaper published in
the City of Tallahassee, Leon county,
State of Florida.
Witness, Henry T. Felkel, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Leon county, Flor-
ida, and the seal of said Court, this 24th
day of October, A. D. 1907.
Clerk of Circuit Court of Leon County,
A true copy.
HENRY T. FF.LKEL, Clerk. 35-4t

In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
dicial Circuit of Fibrida. in and for the
y County of Leon-In Chancery.
e Gertrude A. Cox, Complainant, vs.
t George A. Cox, Defendant-Divorce.
n It having been' made to appear by
- the affidavit of Complainant in the
e above cause that said Defendant,
il George A. Cox, is a resident of the city
t, of Moultrie, county of Colquitt, State of
s Georgia ; that there is no person in the
s State of Florida the service of a sub-
e poena upon whom would bind the said
Defendant; that the said Defendant is
- over 21 years of age; it is, therefore,
n ordered that the said Defendant, George
d A. Cox, be and is hereby required to
- appear to the Bill of Complaint herein
on Monday. the 2d day of December,
n A. 1). 1907; and that this order be pub-
- listed once a week for four consecutive
weeks in the "Weekly True Demc-
-crat," a newspaper published in the
* city of 'fallahas-cc, in the State of
Flhirida. cou.)tv of Leoni
Witr ,s, Hltnry T'. Folkel, Clerk of
r said 'Court, arnd the s,:il thereof, this
t 31st day Eof O(tiiher, A. 1) 1)117.
S ('e.rk of said Court.
A true copy.
AltI#-tl H.N 1 T. It:ILKEL, l'lerk.
t :36-4lt
In th, Second .Juhdirid Circuit, Circuit
Court of Florola, in and for Leon
County In ('hancervy.
Lillian H. Cronk. (ornilainant. v.. Jla'n s William
S ('frink. Defendant lHill for Divorce.
0 <, a.tlidavit of the ('.iplaiAnt, L.illian B.
Cronkt, that the ril',,r'ce of the lDfendant,
Juanwe William C'ronk, i in a State other than the
Statof Florida, to-*,, th., staleof Alabaman, in
the City of Mobil., in .si.i iSate of Alaiamna; that
there, ia no person in tho SaoI., of 'Florida the ser-
viceof a Bub boe a on whti n would bind amid De.
fendant. and that the Ik-indant isover the ace
of twenty-one years. It I- thirefoe ordered that
the Defendant, James William Cronk. be and he
In hereby required tio app| ar to the Complainant's
Sill f fCuplaisint on Mon4iay. the 2d day lt Do.
eomher. A. D. 1107; and that this rerdor be pub.
lihaedonce a week for four icce aive woekt In
S"The True Demiorat. a nowpuper pubilehed in
the City of Tallaha.a-e. lAirn county., tate of
Witrnei, Henry T Fcelkel. Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Leon County. i'lorida, and the meal of
paid court t this 2' d day of O(eto,,>ir. A. D. 11'7.
C('lrk Circuit Curl if .l,*n countyy Frornia.
A true copy.
Attet--hNlaNY T. 'nt i, i ('lerk. a.Vc-4t
In the Circuit Court. Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County. Florida, in
Flia it. ('hairp, Complaii '. v. i. E. Hirhtow-
et. Pauiline (otirn.ll. iu ,'r,,i i'ottrell, S. 1). Iti h-
tower., larrJi Hlirhtow,., Mary Chaire.. Octsa-
via Chair-P. Julia hrh.,. ,.ir' (' hairp, i .
janin ('hair,.o and John Ms' ftford
(t- to the bill fled in the almove statdl Oauir
that HI. E. Hruhtomer aril,. Ii. ithahtower, de-
f.-n,. ,ii.l ther-in na m li .re inn r.widenta of thi.
.tlko- -4i Flwia, ard l i li It K Illyhitower in a
t,.hi,i,. l of( "h City oir.. .:ate of Arkeari *' -T ir e :a e 'f twenty-
,nr yatr-; ard that tif. r .vi'ie'n e of S. b.
Hihrewsr i unknjwai Ln' it),' a t,.* complainant
tw,'i"ve- that lie I a r,-il.t 'i, othe United Stat..
of Amrica,. and that feei, '.'is. r !hro iageof twen-
ty-.r.e v arw: It is thwvl,,w r ir. le-r1 that smak non-
rwakt et defmedsnt tarM are, r h'r.-lby vcrluired to
appi-r to th.e bill of ronlai.i I fll- itin nad caupe.
on Mo'r.day the th dae ef l)f#,mla.,r A. 1). 1in,
<,tharwisa the afnliatgmir- ,f taxd hill will be tak-
en auomnfeee-jd said eC.frxidanti,.
It "; further nieJdred Oat thimlserr be published
onr week for four rom,-cut Ve weeks In the
Wt.Akly" Trur jewirrat, a rnewsper published In
said ftunty and State.
1 A8AL- Ia eti.n T. PRIlfL
Clerk Circuit Court.
Atrue espy.
Attimet HiL"IY T. PutEI.III..
Clerk Cirruitl iurt.
Til, "th 4"r f Nornmbew, A. I 1W. .T76-t
When you want a rice o granite or
marble monument, write the Thomas.
vile Marble works, R. A. Wed.. 56

you fI a-ie a pod

she foi4 f llhk nmote q You.

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Wtle Ine ay,
October t (l< Sixteenth.

Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
Tallahassee, Florida.
Fancy Work Maittrial a Specialty

brr beedache Dr. Miles' AbtU-Pal Pflr.a

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.

Contracotrs and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of
all kinds. -

.Mill Wo\ rk16 Man.i itirf 'i's (if all kin(s ot" r,,oih aid

Ibalusterl's, porch

n.,lt .inbs. b jacketss, mia itels, grills, fath'\. abt' ltletrnamcents
;lVd turned alnd scroll work ,of eve(* IsI(ription. Brick,
Lime and( Cement for sale.
All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our work to be. first class in every particular. Pricet

Seaboard Air Line,

P. O. BOX 4.

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that yoUh

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want in

Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on
on lot south of county jail.
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my ftam im~tdeUSL.
lowing imIpo4"
Of : a-

r you can furnls
to bulk and v w
ifMT by rail, tbA
rt of river
rould be obligdAj
the saving in il
general opinion as
would just
fstatinti'n- an to
machinery, comr J
UbkilA nnd We f i


In the reesat pst, say about tw* be
years, the Carrabelle railway has been
constructed, and that has also served to
detract from the importance of St.
Marcs in favor of Carrabelle and ApW-
IiehiolA. .-. .. .. .

In the BMeW
igable water,
nearest potl
mi le, it bet
point t6 Ca
miles to 8L I
Would bea t


. Marks, w
"t salt water
SaIfty mile f
saeA, and o l1
,a All of
to St. Ml
rivalry a
of two rail
L. and G.
result would
vor of the p
tion lines
herein et
the proj4
Marks River
what we hal
of it, will t
ours truly,
of Trade, Tal
if Trade will b
Meting at Ell
,ayeveninK at,
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tpi AWbacco, will bmu e E iIllness.
10 the 1",ani : ca As T. Hancock, one w eon's
ve any effect oar trae ce sful bu-ine men led at
V|,ry dl ir1 t ence, a few miles out town,
FI to urday. His remains we hurled
C. etery, on Sun after-
S e p r. C ock lived f many
R B. Perguson, U. rt e that a yearS C and by his o finan-
B. Alamr m. I cial ability the force of xam-
a -In reply toa tea Jaet r w4 r .ay tus to busin that
llng0tb we wil ez~lmh! t awi ed Chaires f an in-
Iling'U same, I statrti th et r s 6 p rts, w a N stopping te r f,_herne
S whom yodr thet t r- th busnes, ani toinque al in le water WIr en-
as absent from thd Cty aU4p a f tliel brief t gIaes riv ing and en In
returned. His replyf bfoalugh o a n valoo6f tr an town. Democrat o a scin-
W in. of the port of fit. aris wrowm Er.o Anm It i. sthe trtde re s m to the family have
.com pl ed to what il once Neow e,.. is small. If the river was been (41of a husband t m other 's
gwh it has bee thar, the past improved the trade with NPw Orleans loving cars.
m and bis still gfadusally improve. would again grow very much beyond its Mr. Merchant, or business you
mmercial importance. The former proportions., e also think this who do nnot advertise, read the l did-
a beuen when St. Marks trans- trade, that can readily be re-estaboished pl adw o this newspaper, t k
d rallly a thriving business of between this section, and New) flss_ ; lf, a thIey, if you srer dohn
k 000, and all the export and on the opening of this river; Wll moaty yourself and our business in t an
a which supplied the wants times repay the cost of Its improve- ynjustlce thea you do not h space
of a large area of country ment. We say this because New Or- too. There is no denying the a t, now
Middle and North Floridg,nd leans., sa also Mobile, havqalways at it p to avt
and Southweitieirgla. piaft b"een favorite markets wfith the people you. dT tmi t pays to vertl Yes,rt
s the case might be, through of this section of country and will be -t why t ome business without At~ ti
w of the Ht. Marks rlv(rt again, whenei r it in posa1.d obtain a.d do Qpe riore. A custom drawn
e t blow at the p rge of. St. tfhpr suppi at itn fe t freight .yountpl'd hy ads to purhme one
wk a the completion ofrthe rail. tha r by miir,wbichk oh c~i MiC clas'"s article may purchase many m Try
A. I.) from Jacksonville to of commercial articles practically pro- a little ofmy pi a
which gave the. first throu h hibitive, Their trade was., for the l e t f .'.
action by rail fri,-m f- avanna h.. Yeaursis, divtd ti Nhwt ''i]r|lnd n4tell.. l4 ting what you ,tish in
,, ay (of l.ive Oak ; thus giving other EAstern points, but 'an be again jewelry ani airool in his inf n d he
e quick communication with tfarned to the near-by Iprt of New will do the rest No one in hi ine in
w k arl Bston.tn, ai other msot- ()rlea;tns end Mobile by rqlaking the 6t. t his .part of iFloridt can show 3 more
ird ies. which had hitherto hiqi Marke RUivei navigubkle for &astwise or better goods, or sell thesa.to you
Mv the cornner'orU f St. Marks' ve ssMel4 of both steam power and sail.. [che aper. 38
S ea-goin crafts e.ntirly A-. to thew eITect.s oIf theO wiril,,tin ii 'L "Loet me kisb those tears aw ~." the
me tho civil war Ilad em,. of- th' I'nt u 'anua ( ,liin the iPort ,of St Mt. rTamlj ybgvrn man begged 4*derly
but 1,t Markp^ tr%4,' w141 Malrkf in the evfqvt that Il navlahblity hq Ast',,VIfrt it and he was y for
S a (nps c(rtir.ued tn thrive, until is I,rIWlriy re-etatliihP,, we' sitywihth the xtt lifteen minutes, an lt the
U, itna greit titIal wlive., n .eefrn i tut the' sI liihte.t ht situation or ci if l'h, Ir tl,,weI (in "tCan north stop
yl 114 widely ,u ,r v,.tr.t of that thI ci rin"ier'e of St. M mrks wilex the', .' .ked breathe sad.
t lmil4t ,elesN4v, the, ellre c0sl hive million of dolhIres it y.-e with. "N,,p,,'' 4 itiurmered, "it's fever
rW c k, e't'c. With I.,,ilitie, fir i v,,v y e y ars, with t6- ea,,y i ity y,11, kn,,w. I:,it goon with tiW 'tr'at-i
d I(, hrle ,rt1w, ,;11 l x '.,p,',l ,oul ,of elf4) I a .,'IIj th1j ,o e figite,. _init,,.t."'' 'Pen, ; 'la Journal.

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, Sweeting


I take this opportunity of thanking my many patrons and

friends for their past patronage, as this .ear, so far,

the best since I have*been in Tallahasse( and hope for a

anc of the same.

has been


With an elegant, up-to-date, and the largest stock to select

from, with. prompt and careful attention to business, hope for a

further continuance df your patronage.

Again thanking you.


The Leading Jeweler of Middle Florida.

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appdoit suM day as w the MeO

adit h a. beesw i C "" KSITaHE. URKEY,-SA3.AD0 '
vdw Me bm am of ew UANYI) A- TYL$N SHOU 'A
Bo has hadsop the dori .J

u r ore ladem e s t, The el lT b
o9 taf atVO". a nd its buolne aidlln r in
S aate of oriod dio sin0 a O f IY
st has fuld iLed the at United States aierica a sd In all for
,|MM t a r'tly e n intoh e a portion bualnt in B11, I TA
tr Th h avne e to glad County, Floroda l r a a
~,tifl fruition; while forest, mos n.
eceab have helped to swell the The .en.Iral ture o e bu
i eso Ulrces of at happy and iat saBed te r
In and magnicence' our soiling, buying hand I rlea iitobacco
have been deepened rad im -Id an d the al l a other mro at
o.ft iastittiionsof learning heO buildings, ut leuasi and ot
Smheir -cop alnd power disposeiC g of st- ures for shading tobac
W and equitabid laws have coo and suitable li dings. Jnluding ware
wantedd; honest toil has receive ed .he. banrd ap in r o JO
ed reward; oand all thing tobacco and theOr farm p unt, n
to have oonspiwed together for welloas mercha n ce of any and eve it(d)Ih *h*ILSRCP
it----.magn i ficence- ... to raisein buy ingl li gea. s to ba c o > *
of the toture. Great oppol- kinds; borrow and lending money, with *
al iroun4 afls, and greater or without sc ty; toasuings an selling WtLYQ T UTAEYT E ooD 13 Yd IT
Slat, existence at the birth bonds and otns negotiable instrumentE I T I0C'
a..w True it is that mis- audigoaind I or otherwise aquoingTHE TI BLE H BILY
ios -le fih our cit ieS n. conveying rea. a i state;n ownl tong and p.er- "
i, mdver have been, instan- atin saw minll uttnl sawin an ud in-. Ir U EA ..
has roved elusive and ufacturing lu d.- THINK ITa. j~. To EATh
.-- r a r -t te whalltsoever, and i -n ,
ometheironor;ae. rowom e a anti .bu siness; and tou ll TO LIVE. EATING WILL MAKE YOU EXI
maa g, o wtontrrcnirelh ,ans her, o and wE cAN WieL M A Yan erE XITnd #
a piile sword-thrust, and operate vessels tramways, car or other
of many st eards have been vehicles, automobiles and other ealnel of O
t r e transport"ion for the transportation o BUT YoU MUT WEAR D CLOTHE AL IF'
vm 1eo ti iteld ,e o onir e r w onae o- -
m hot M i onte r-ion, he - u YO I 3H TO "LIVE.'" THESE THINGS WILL L
knbs ae_ ninorhod in thee e ndinmonevy, w
S balS an d trat conforwcts etieeng In n an1 H!L YOU TO EN.JoY YOUR TURKEY ON
find its place. -IEven these 'gekno. andividrls KINGDYuYSI
Ire not without accor- i ortlorations ftor the furthertane of its pur-
blmesi Adversity discovers iioes or busti oss, and generally to xe-r
Sew frind. f, and sorrow brings to {.i .uch power14 as maiy te nee'esN*iry Al Sl CT Ta :A in. wide, wr ,J fo i8
w e comrades wom h t urole oinesse All Silk Chio Taeta, 3 i. wide, worth $1.25, for 98c d

&d as itr te of ti rii T n ien tht. otth oersaans .lrd C n h k r4
Sfailure intthe way tou sites i ,, . n -
life. Whaeveri else may Sheppard Pad MohirU ts, 44 in wide, for* -u 1 4
i fe ha st oed e lse veaydbo ai ,-y ,, I i .t i ct ihO N KA IT
hre nonee who can ainsay th att, .. ,,,, ,. ,,a , i, ii ed, ill. widendCforMI r e yd
a bhen mour smiles tan t ar- t iat. l i ; and E i broiderii Ci ar.
u OMn has shown oft,. 1,ner tha .n it ha a g,o;;;w: n c;on:r; ol. ,ire* i ,. .. 3.T an |rirIL A Ea ,X.
obscured and that conscientiopus rr e ver .,' ,,l tr a w t a yu. t .v i"
ot o r good has been rewarded ofe- i.t.. bt it Na kins. .
-R thao .t h a bf di sa ,.at dA. I, ni ti n I 1
A lot, and for all the in spring promh- t jr. v.alu io o r a ci. i roii rI
Switch which the future lures us onl to ,,r,, r ,'f,0 i , W e o W
eowdconquets, and rich bleasingOW ., I r l ,o.:.
estlO rbec t commend that on Thaps- r Yic I a
l g_ Day.ouA r itizens abstain from Irn in' aIn i* eAi s cion 't
0r usual vocdtions, and, meeting in ,.i wirdYt b"E IOa'.wK
homes and accustomed places or AIL'nt'btw V,
o hip, give thanks to Almighty Gd Tio. or the lth rpolra n i c i o s
bl essng lAr d o jp qr ip, lmlB'lEi *iV Nwi I -^i 'll. to e , --'r, -
his many mercies ando blessings con-, mucpto'l w r sit ilim"Tbs i to T b S
u oponus. .it I'rfkr .i PWWr....r
e o e r s Io ti r tls Ais iSlk C BTliii 141 if iih l6.Ie w r $i1 fo 8 y
In te timony whereof, I haved td .o s s r r tf, -, ,ti ohv,, tIIIo Be , AI
hereunto set my hand and caus. ,,,t,- a r ;ppoi. liil 'he' tnkh, i0 shalL ... "
ed he Great ea of the State d n' .10 i hisi, lhte iht usa f I) ri, -.
th e Capt. this the ninth day n 'trdvi, Li t', rid The ASSORTMID.ead Bck 4 i" e
of November, A. D. 1907. ten e( o',,k i. in., for tie rpo. I it -r e -e
N. B. BROWARDt, Governor. u g b--!lws hdi a th,. h ,i Single Wagons. Steel or Skein I was frozen out of the ew York
ye te vernors;ema$ C.00lay ti i < l t light TwoHorse, either axle, 00 to "Watson'a e blt heat
ord, Seretry of State. tuaty tl ra.00 le Ira i uto on .ii n r -. once e blihed a ie a
i tt ttolimber Wagons, ...$ ionI a. o o a Weekly d Paper hi .own.

b e mVhr s-Pr.eld t, ant.rte arsI Tr,,.u .. . ...*
00 bushels of choice May Seed Oats ni such e o ers ad g s Guaranty Attached and no Complints. Price p s ear $1.0
rthanittastby anr ,.t urt from A ter G ., t $. ...
su ccsras are y a -th-ioo hcr, as lte rn ('r,14t Iind numnern, o hun- W*sonap Weekly Jeffersonion
tAn o ol ,f x1 I dr l ri the are still coming as
twoP--of sad."_.o-.-.. e t it i4hat b e obeis ,ouS o vdght another is r pet- year $1.00
wit charge Netlues bt onoe person. greR 4 .50
o"uCeo IS HEREBY iIVEN THAT SIX ,,o f lid i 'lY It we fail to please we Both together 200
-larvm L t,,d tat a onTllh an ks .r.Rmend other Dealers in the city Address,

nwl.Wi bsr o f jfr anomt, epso, Ga....

r -.... ,"- nt. Notice is hereby given t .o o A tentio Tobacco Grower,!

his many ac, buies0 owil l beo1it10 THE G2iADSDEN LUMBER CO.,
tIq gitit Couart of F prids, b err~r ie,. bThe bilusine Will ae count -F
u pnus., .rt, o ount, I., 10 '1uder te old firm ne of lvy nroe.,.- -.
dIn te Robinso weon D ef.a ata., Dv e. Le-VI'.,
SEnA] Robiafeon, atA~hat e. 1 ) hi. d,,e'. r- tm, WLA .- 'Are the people to order your Lumber,
jtbMvlt been Imal om mo a Notary W. ,s ocr -
B ty y .. tie u .tiI .itateof r loriga at Il i Ii,_430 0etice.1

05S.tiSIIDf e O ~ ~ ~ K.MrtnMurray, C. 0.Murrmy ang AU .0ae 1 m.ses .A Tdk.
MxtIa pwl 5L. Hoover-. tq me weil known and krm It iteShnlsan ~h from. L.et them furnish
to b Wii' et,'% to 6E U. Ndfse'ibpd In dnd -al;h47m pumt?.hst uhi4
JVbSIW IeI Usd 4toi namrtes to the e-ed. MW uto ~wstbesarrw t
Toas n? s e.o s yoesm on any kind of
W a-Isidgd M"1WWinL AsgpWWJR.,Adr 5s *.
dsme ad wesesth h III ~ il~ttz o~
ththws1bavt#,eet1 k*otN sVle"Ttb-maMa erA
~ ei~~ F.OATEU A is. I I for bngine.ss,,order now,
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and I will take great pleasure

in showing what



have, at

time assuring you



STERLING quality and at prices

that are right.

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The . .
, Jeweler.

GraciivIlie'a Vine School Duilking.
That ;eroneperity in it ('(immunity i4t ul-
in edtictt ion, i ?is a*r v onltirituntly clcrnowt
utrated TIake the late exitnejele i4
(;ravol'villiq in Weist 14eril. ew'n up
almost ini a night. th is tleriviffix little-
town has one off the' only twoe eric-k
mehimol kouildingm w'est, ofthe. (hat tai-
T'his buled eiiig reve4ri t IV crectued it it
cost. of led weiren t w ve and fitilfel een
thoulioduricellplars, 'c"fue ''ecl'ecetd lasmet
wi'ek with grent -rthirlieeesecei Sup, riti-
41 gent levnie'newere' rivitelvd eveR -tee rna~ke
HimjnEelee'eetee sn in aced eeee i f cc', r fye
hunei Irefe I Jie'rm.~pnm, elft(Iit ga Ia dcit lN if ve-ie-
erpi re,*j( ci e ud u cclcn'III II I1 1-41j ig,u L Ii t l-
I ionic fel l~fWeAl.d
I m Itv i i L po I %A- ee) Ik the'vevrybvcet. ILet
(toJi l e
Pardoning Board.
I'llvs' Iteee elI'11111e11 luerdis nryuet sit the'
Capeiteelhint ',ve'ek, e,1141 ,uteclthroe'
ihayic t~ieI ile' iopwidur fl i ret Ceefl el ( itmei-4inan
(,f which Jicllu e'e'r) jeteSe.:cl.'cl1tee the
Hiffiore. A If! rW~' -eN14rI.h(er e t lceiueevI sus
we're' lit'te 441 up lc rit eei%4 ralelv t ii~iti~s I fig.
gireaerneeler 'r wii ere'11u1114,111 flllngeee
t he' twere' enuclejcrtaffit elt rhlie atter A01V.
two trinEem Iniccbtia 4-mineecty. it IH. eir.
tont, whi) iletuul( ee'ei eleject v elerk elf-:,,
ramhin. srE'vifig 8 Sye'cers Cc.' tr t.ierv ;erNie
emnluezzlerne'vt It.limciimv wa-4 pee jre'se'rctvel
bjy lilcunt arnd Carter. .1 M. Andrews.,
ox-chuirnian of tlie lBoard (oef Ihinty
('4)1) iniieleionerm of' Eeee'atnhic rcctint y,
iservinig a term of -1 years 4)n itehearge
of foric(-ry andtiuttering feirgtii Jeaiee'r,
Was T-iiv ed,
$6500SoO Swlgmachine,
loub Mlie alelat citgreaut sacrifice ; ccl
le'nt c'eeielition ,u ; tjere'aeeuenuile icuter re-
'or :'I Te'rmsie eitsy. Nio agents Ccilt-
sereal1( J~e~eorturtt y *I it lettnle'. Ail-
drea M X Y. Z.., Tat idletheteee., Fla. 1S 2t
For Sale C heapi
A wuue'andelecic' ece t iee ,%%f' ;ucl'c(;Iise-
eel iee' Erw itt- fejr maile atitt ii -vleurtil iilit
thf" ectlive'.-,: t t r


('IVII, I;N(G;IN I:11{.
Ex. (Coillnty Sirve,,r.

For S() Ie
MY l'A1 RM .11'.ST '' \V T O)1,'
Adaptael to l'eoiTo e., IDairv
Truck or I'uilt ry.
Well-wooded. ('it' Water. Trelphutom.
(Cvveniennt te [)ef)it1 und S'hiIls4
About 12 acrem in reclaimed |Inmd. ex-
c'llent for Ce'lerv.
Comfortable five-room Houue. newly
painted. Address.,
Perry. VAs,

A Word About


Tallahassee Hardware Company.

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

R. W. eobb, Drug 2o.
East side of Monroe St.


General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

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

Don't Have Your Cart Work
Botched at the Mill.
I build them under a
Guarantee, have built
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write

W. H. Adkinson.
P. O. Box 4.
S TaMalhame -Flord..

i Can You;Afford to be without Advertising?mW*



and you will find no better,in-
vestment for your money than
property in and around Talla-
hassee. We are offering homes
lots and farms, that are sure
to rise in value shortly at
bargain prices. If you want
to tacure a home that will
give you a home and make
r.money for you at the same ,
time, consult us

A model farm containing 375 acres, 325 acres of which is cleared; .
together with an $1.800 dwelling, 6 tenant houses, 3 good barns fow'
general farminr. and 700 choice peach trees which will hear ne s
year. The place in well watered, the character of the land is eM ,
tly roflin., an well aa table land, the soil light y and red clay -
sandy .o0 -the hest of soils for the culture of Tobacco.
The place is located about three miles from the City,, ,nd is of-
fered for a limited time only.
For price and terms, call on or address


Real Estate Dealers.



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C:. E'. SAULS,

ID. 0. [sox 210


V. J. RAN I H )1,1'11.



9sy^ l l~t etsomsat #0. S .88U
S'Gu* Gay Wintarop ba t ni
S* and will remain over Thank"g&
11 *- r .
-' Barn & Co. sole aentm in Thlabua
a'. se for the famous Mlnattan Shirts
SJudge Geoo P. Rw mad d bui
4* nolw visit to ve Oak t week.
Mr. J. G Pearce, now of Altom. ea
S Lve OakI, ra on a visit to his old Tal
-: labassee home and friends t first o
the we*l
Ssee to e ni Copper and Nicke
j (ChoC l Dishes ad C6ffee Percolator
lat Oweeting's handsome and well se
leeted Jewelry Emporium. 38.
SMesrn. P. Drd, Richard Hop
kiml and F. P. Woodward were alpeng
their Tallahassee friends during the
Arst of the week. Messrs. Drew an
Hopkins were on business before the
S railroad commission.
Editor J. R. Borland, of the Madiso
weeorder, spent Sunday and Monday aI
'the Capital. Mr. Borland has greatly
t Improved his newspaper and contem.
> plates making further improvements.
H. W. Bethel and Mr. C. H. Schoe
maker, returned home the first of the
week from a visit to the stock market
where they purchased some nice horse
and aules.
Everything one could possibly desire
or need in Jewelry, Fancy ArUcles
.' bric-a-brac, and all goods to be found in
an up-to-date jewelry store, can be pur
chased trom Sweeting at the best prices
to be had for first-class and well se
Selected goods. See him. 38
. .It always pays one to read carefully
the advertisements of their newspaper.
We are carrying now neat and attract-
ive ones for several of our best btusi-
ness nen, and they invite each re.adhr
to vi it their stores to get prices belure
buying thv seasonable supplies.
1 The friends of Mi. IH. D. lHutchison,
S proprietor o the Leon Hotel, are sor ry
to lehrn that he has had a setbiack in his
Recovery. Mr-;. E. .1. Rcdilrnuindl, Mr.
Hutchzion's nurse, is witn him HraLun,
and mis ini pro)vefneit has beeti vi y
S marked sinct her coming.
Mr. 11. N. Sweating is with us this
week with a h.alf-paic advertiscmenit
Sanui a nunmb.r of locals. IRvad it all
carefully, ai d visit his pretty amd well-
filled htock, personally elvcled itin the
markets for this season.
SDeWitt's Carbolizd Witch Hl:izel
Salve penetrales the pores -thoroughly
cle.,nst-s nit is healing and s litliiig.
Good for jiwi, .-o. ld by all (lru;j;ti.lt..

Mr. Saliih 1 I|')t.'i; t*r. of Edith, I;a
lath r f il t ,i ior t Jiy c Ilytd y otl ili--
tioi,4r, t'..c ,l tY vi'. !i i, hilmli, his p .
ant hioni,. i r,,r '10owIlvillh, av nd wAi
niU, ii ji 1 .-, ii h ilh ,0 wih l L(.OUliLl\
No u.ti to y,-w*i o-'i) to tn.til o r' lr
hours,.s tlor ;'* ,ut iclde cnrli d i:: a j. w
'l':y .lt 'r otf th fir-. -st u'i- i'1i~ i
S',v''t l "i'; ii:'. i .<'ry thin 's i i h : t 11 1:1
,y .11 -? .1: 1- 1 : 1 h,.' w ill vk4 ,i
i ,, wtI W,;
I .i. ir, ,i S e lit lo 0 t h,.
M .I0 'll"I0 I \ '. I' l, \ I. ,1 ;k I .ll ,
v isit to Tlil .1.1 -t'4, ,lolr M > : %. N 11. \ 11',, 1 m i.t R ,'!) t i' li; i -
havl1' J ,i- V., i'., 1 11 i up lt t' %w a 'e
andid ii iit "l;,v o'.'i ;,i l at:,d cl'clea il
t,p itHJ n op'l- -. e-. '1 hi-., with the
extra, io.-t ..nt 1;i Aork Llny have li.'l
(done on laridl ai(I m the building. during
the buninrlil, ni.kei it more hate anid
cumportal.i than it evir was before.
Read every advertiaement in your
newspaper nid lie Rgow irned accordingly.
An advertiser will always treat you
good and they want you to trade with
Colonel John R. Bradford's many
Tallahassee friends are pleased that he
continues to improve in health since he
returned home, and are always delight-
ed now to occasionally greet him on
our streets again.
Rutabaga Seed! Call at Yaeger-
Bethel Co.'g for your Rutabaga Seed.
Have you seen H. N. Sweeting's
large new stock of beautiful cut-lass ?
If not, give him an early call S-St
On December 17th a wedding of much
interest to many of the people of Jack-
sonville will take place in the First
Methodist Church. The bride-to-be is
Miss Mamie Estelle Ley, the daughter
of the Rev. .nnd Mrs. J. B. Ley, proml.
nent in this cit). and, in fact, throuh-
out the State. i'he groom is Mr.
Thomas F. Alexander, also a resident
of Jacksonville, and a young man of a
wide circle of friends.-Jacksonville
Sweeting has just returned from New
York where he has purchased a large
lhne of all kinds of goods ,for the hoi-
days. 84
Hon. W. V. Knott is confined to his
home with grippe. His illnesseeprives
the Treasurer from attendidg the fes-
tivities at Oeala this week.
There is nothing better for stomach
troubles than- KODOL, which contains
the same Juices found in a healthy storm.
ach. KODOL ies offered on a guaran-
teedo plan for the relief of heart
Ilatilence, sour stomach, belbchbig o
g nausea, and all stomach troubles.
Bat times when you don't feel ja
right, when you are drowsy after meals
Sand yr head ache or waen you have
m ambition, and you aTe eros and if-
LM.take a little KODOL. Ittf-
S-ON what you eat. It will make you
mlSy. Sold by all drgtsg
I Half of bwse, fturusIed
P* thos.

.... ....

*S 1ic1 0,L *e to a that at &ie Hawkia as d
wl do that Noah r ,
you claim or It. by all Drug. Notice gtven to all pe
S iata. in appear in.our
6 v cult r, Judicial C)011
I Uit is a Co weddiagpres. CourtI Florida, at Tals
ent you aro g or you desire hae. -ili e 20th day of bDe
- to give dear fren a keep sake, why c mber, s show cause, if al
* Sweating is the ma teasult, and his they i y.oginal Tax CetiM -
elegant stock i the a to select it cate, t thereof, subetan-
* from. Seehim abwe*lt. s 8 tial op are blow gie,
While out bird hing lasSaturday shooldnot Ion of Noah 11aw-
r afternoon J~ g e p Tylor was ac- kin. BIled on November lst,
- eidently pepeed o the back of the 1907 be in lieu ofthe origi-
f head adhiodbin ot. He nHai tI. ad assignment I-
had separated ot hunters and legend e been lost or der
Il coming within r e as a bird was fired stroyed br r, Lucinda Haw.
Sat gotsome of the shot into himself. I kins, In JWO1 .Fla., about eleven
- Thiss tothe their tame1 the Judge has years iago;g tion alleging that
been peppered up. with bird shot while said H. '. Lueia Hawkins,
. hunting but he ts game and still loves; Sallie Hawktio ad Noah Hawkins, Jr.,
to nunt birds, and Ts said to have con- are the only piseUs interested for or
i tinued the hunt Saturday after being against the re establishment of the
d shot, the woudas being slight. same, substantial copies of which Tax
e S'eeting's firt and best aim, always, Certificate and ssMinment are as fol.
io to plea you. He hasa store fuliof lows : TI.IAT.
n good things that will delight and sur- STAT OFAX n ATE.
t praise youwand he invites patrons to call SCT8on oLe.. ss. No. 28
, and let him show and price you his Cun ty ofLA Leim s o. 28
Y Ole s offe oaxollector Tallahassee, Fla,
goods. An invitation i extended and a Office ofT Collector.
cordial welcome given to all. 38 July, A. D.101 Tilla, of
os En ih Setterdog. White I, R. A. Sbif.i Tax Collector of the
- LOST English Setter dotr. White County of I eonlthe State of Florida.
o with small black an tan spots. An- do hereby certify that I did, at public
* swers to name of John. Had a fresh auction, pursuant to notice given by
9 wire cut on small of back. City ta,. law, as required, on the sixth day of
No. 68. Reward if returned to Geo S. July. A. D. 801, sell to 11 T. Fe kel,
0 Whittlesey, at Clark & Co., over True the lands described for the sum of three
, Democrat office. :34-tf dollars and fifty-two cents, said sum bIe-
i For corks for your syrup cans and ing the amount due and unpaid for
* bottles, see R. W. Cobb, 2li cents a taxes, costs and charts on the d .
s gross. ,37 scribed lands for the year (if our Lord
Have you seen those lovely D)iamonds onthousand eight hunired and nin,,tv ;
Sweetine has brought from New York I that H. T. Felkel, or his ;:i-sns, will,
They are good to look at if you do not therefore, be entitled to :;i )i I of -,,n'
buy them :4 vvoyance of such land- iI crian.,
Foa INT The ofee iIntl ;' u- with law, unless sthe ;,n wtii;ll hb. r',,
pied b) J. L. N ,ely, in old C spitall C t eemeo within d na m nt,. w..
lank building. on 1ilt floor. \TplV t ment of said amount, w ri '.t-...t
s the rate of twenty fi,. ,',..nt. ;P(r
Nov ,. 1,7 *', annum : said lands are, I 'l -.1 ais f. I-
S Nv i ( 'o 7 -t ;low's, to-wit : The nori. uill;.i:rteir of
Ci 0h ( pitol (,ens quitt' (I. l,d. !section eighteen, towi,-l i, t >, s t ,iii
Gov.>rnoy i roward and the tn:i.j Nr'tt of rang,' one- east, cont i, i 't, a I'A-. ill
0th0e 110r,1'0"-s of the 'C:hinrL h.,,.- io 1i10 the ('',ut.v of Le 1 i ; .,i
t, (J.';l:i to attend the deiratt 1> i o l t. hundred and ,;xt .l ,
F! ,, v, e's inn g ealm p;tiign. i.nt
i l-;u.ik 'lo rin i HlouSi (Cerlil i<,,' ,h' W itn ss my hand t I ; i.,
ext-nsiv.-ly circulated in and : i l al- thixs Ith day of July, A \ l'.l.
lahass',e, anid ar(e cminl 16 d(:>ilv t "ioth A S'HIIINE. i
banks. '1hrs.' from Thorn, isvill. un'l ),'hT :.1..s in l huirby transfer a,\;-l i1', h wii '
;or'( tia, where the banks iarI lho ilig i n g e rttilcate to Noah I ';. \ l
their ready fun( t lor hom < ii n;ianls in i T. lI. l 1i I,. a'al I I
the present congestion l' m.r .tl'airs, This first day of Noven'i,,i A. I). 1.: .
or are unwilling to pay (out (Pur Hlr:N' T Fi' i :1.
hminks a;r p:,yin~r- oui urr<.',<' right I Clerk Circuit Court, 1..1, i oilty, I'la
aioi, and will (cotitihie, t, i|d -o, tiut A true copy. Attest: II. 'T I i K1.I-.,
they will niit c ,sh tli c c4t tilir ieas, al- i, ,Crk Circuit Court, l.'-'< I'.u>,t Fl..
th-'usrh they \%ill take tite > i- : on de- Seal of the Circuit C nii'
[" t for i.,Iectlion. '.on Gounty, Fla :
i'r. Thona N. l':v I, i l, 1 ,li-e -
1 .;tlairs, i. n \ I to i i, o L.erave your ordiir e I\'m .r 1 ,
'l'ho .,'* N -2'17 :: f ov -rcouat, with hrrn i ,& . A

November Ath, Il;7.,
Dear Frierj :
I am getting big
enough to (.'rink t(:'
and coffee.
Are you?
Papa and n/int:,- U.;(.-
to drink coff'eu just
for breakl':.;t. but they
get suoh good coffee
now that they drink it
three timc.; a day.
They say the best cof-
fee in town is Chase &
Sanborn's coffee.
Your friend,
P. S. Its funny that,
I always forget that
you pan get Chase &
Sanborn's coffee for
35 ote. a pound' at


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

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Have not caused a single complaint yet and ;


They are he best thing out in Gas Heating
and can note beat.
We have a complete line of them Reasonable
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Through Exporimenting and her for business.

We have at last about sstminitized our help and are
now turning out first-class Laundry work.
If we have pileas.d you tr\v u ag4tin. If we have di-
pl,-ised you, try u ~ agaim. We do "IIigh Gloss" or "Do-
mensti" finish, aild eu:-rint e' our work.
We do Stearn 1) -ini. ;iul 'l e.Lninr as well as the larg-
e-t of dye hoti: '. n,' l,;.-;itte fabrics, Sweat-
'res, Co;it4 ( .,,. : il I:rt :iiythiing you have
>o,ilod. Send ii to : io ri
S'.tcka;tges I ( ..it ii i%% St r l, ~ill haiv, prompt
V\'in'n you hi:i .' -' ,. 1m fo',r at -. jiit :ny .) to Cen-
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A Cup of White House er Blue Label
Noca and Java0Ceffee
i-4 what goes straisrht to the heart of
every man at break last time, and every
one know that only good grocers keep
rood coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made'our
store famous. Just as good as the cot-
fee we sell are teas. which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our.
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLLINa. Grocer.

For Sale. Are Tee GyoI toi BIT
An Evaporatinr Pan for makingI If so, come and se our stock or.
syrup, with portable furnace-.nd smok*- dried lmber before pure
stack. Wilt sell cheap. Apply at my uhild-r. We ca-ln sav@ ,e
home just wet of city. ChiHroA.
7.-tf A. L. WOODWARD. Let us priut for
*'.^*k..-i'" J^A <- ** .'- -- .f' -- *.i *&^., ^ ^ f^ ^ ^ ^ b

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WU4Ir 0 am a 451500_os, V16 1- .0 dty -
iftit.Ii e s y.M .

the blessing of the year, SY JOHN M. scorr. I
pll the joys Hit. memU 0n*bs in all feeding experiments it has been
known, found that rations containing a high
Its pleasures, to ou mw m or e center of carbohydrate (fat and
Ield ther t-prodtcin material) do not give
IMd thankhiving at our Father's good return rodeing meat- but If
sualfdent (muscle and bone.
tein for all the orrows we have producing matter) is added, so as to
low,*b, Thy ehastni.g.. ive thi nimalI a lan.ed ration (or
p enwctio --by Thyhate, one nearly -balanced), the results are
enerally satisfactse It makes little
the griefs our mourning hearts difference in what ft the carbohy-
S... drates are furnished o long as the ma-
IP thanks, 0 God. trial Is digestible. Sihse sweet pota-
er-aw fair promise, and its beau. toes are a crop easily fow ive good
SieSm y,, yield., are well adaps to the sl. and
l famar's Wory, and Its radiant climate of Florida and a ntain a large
VeSw -p percentage of caroydrateu, some no.
tumn's richness, and its silent ice should be taken ofnthe% &W they
.:ni deserve m tobe studied In order to fir
"w ter's beauty in its ice and out their value an a feed for pork pro-
m faw duction.
et, for plenty, for Thy mercies Bulletin No. 90 of this Station gives
^, r ,the results of a number of feeding ex-
Sguidance where our feet periments with jign, in which potatoes
joro life, were fed in different proportions. It
{or life, for mercy through has been pretty clearly demonstrated
.s-iat- that sweet potatoes when fed alone are
a*l ge Thee thanks, 0 God. a p. or feed for pork production. This
'.WmnIn, Omaha, Neb., in Sover-' I lue to the fact that sweet potatoes
II ir mha n i contain such a large amount of carbo-
V e-, , I , hydrates, and Nuch a small percentage
SA lBa1s's readth Escape. 0 protein. The. results of these expe-
you know that every time you hkve riments may be summarized as ol-
or cold and let it run on think- low"
will Jst cure itself you are Invit- In a feeding test lasting forty-two
monia, consumption or omedays, four pigs were fed on sweet pota-
Iniry tublT Don't risk toes only, during which time the pigs
t yourr runt back in perfect lost in weight instead of making a gain.
a top n tt couh wth Bal The pigs in this test were rather small,
o r hu-t d averaging only twenty-two pounds. In
e, S~~ c and .(X) per bottle, another experiment with older pigs,
by, Hardee Sith (o averaging about one hundred pounds,
"a.-..-., -' .: ... the results were a little more favorable;
S Ol Warrant Paid. yet the gains in weight were not large
hi legal debts of the State of 'or- enough to make it a paying Investment
Me paid by warrants on the State to feed sweet potatoes alone. When
drawn b the Co ptroller some other feed was used in combina-
gned the Governortion with sweet potatoes, the results
aproprd ay th e Governor.were quite different. In one test last-
aprryopriatiu, answha e ng for a period of twenty-eight days,
wa l isturr As a rule anywi ere lb averaging about 150, punswere i
two minutes to two weeks after sw e ^etpototoe and sn the
Swarranta sare received b the sh ,- too n i i
they-are presented at the Iron. proportim, of one part shorts to six
iy t t They do notdraw In. parts sweet potatoes by weiht. The
and mighty tew warrants are pigs ade good daily grains giving the
outstanding. more tha n a month. sweet potatoes a value of about 50 cents
this week one of these warrants per hundred (when pork was worth 6
paid by Treaurer Knott which was cents per pound) for pork production,
than twenty years old. It bore This may perhap seem to be a very
of May 20u 18n ,i anti had been small price for the farmer to receive
by the late General W rillm I. for his sweet potatoes, but it certainly
,of0 Marianna, then Comptroller gives him an idea as to the feeding
t.t. and cou rsgn by.. value of his potato crop. If the mar-
SttI Ea d A. dPru, Ptersnaola, ket price of potatoes s should fail as low
S Evnowar f ioPiri, e its was c l, as 6 .or 70 cents. per hundred, it would
o arnwe koi oif o.itimen Of Ja Paon- be a question whether or not the
Sto a well keanown slendks udn farmer could best afford to put his crop
Sto have been found among some on the market, or feed It to his hogs.
ro left by that gentleman. The State papers please copy.
t was filled out in the clear ..
ting of that faithful old war- NF Bet FrtMad.
elork of the Comptroller's office, Alexander Benton.who lives on Rural
', W. M. MclIntosh. 8r., who died a Route 1, Fort Edward, N. Y., says:
years ago, after over forty years "IDr. King's New Discovery is my best
Smoat valuable service. In theTreas- earthly friend. It cured me of asthma
*, however, this ancient negotiable six years ago. It haaj lso performed a
was received and cashed by an- wonderful cureof incrpient consumption
veteran in the State's service, for my son's wife. The first bottle ended
was, at the date of the warrant, the terrible cough, and this accom-
h| e is today, the highly efficient polished, the other symptoms left one by
Clerk In the State Treasury, Mr. one, until she was perfectly well. Dr.
r Munroe. The amount of the King's New Discovery's power over
arrat was not large only $16.65 and, coughs and colds is simply marvelous."
stated, it drew no Interest. Had It No other remedy has ever equaled it.
the legal rate of interest eight Fully guaranteed by all druggists. 50c
Scent., the Interest would have and 1.00. Trial bottle free. *
iMotqd to 1711 per cent. of the urin- ^ .^..
or $i.65 and the value of the ie*ort of State Treasurer.
would have been $46.17, Instead The monthly report of Hon. W. V.
,$.66. The warrant was paid at Knott, State Treasurer, filed with the
by the Treasurer without hosita- Governor, shows balance in the Tress-
a. ury to the credit of the several State
and educational funds at the close of
List oefjurers. business October 81, 1907, as follows:
SThe following list of names have General Revenue Fund... 6 12.436.69
legally drawn to serve as jurors One Mill School Pund. 86,814 28
next term of the Circuit Court Pension Tax Fund 246,714.29
i convenes at Tallahassee, the 2nd State Board of Health Fund. 96,108.00
MO y, Dee. d, 191107. Principal of School Fund 4,746 07
SH.Bradford, ef DI). Ferrell. Interest of School Fund.. 17,492.19
*, P. Yawn, H. L. Greory. Principal of Seminary Fund
W. C. Robinson, ames R. Joiner, (uninvested) ............ 194.86
M. Stoutamire, 1. G. Crump. Hire of State Convicts Fund 761 .8
eary Haw, ra J. Bell, Indian War Claims Fund.... 26,000.00
. 8. Jones. '. H. Billimwly, Drainare Tax Fund ... 4,880.67
. A. Walters. Geo. W. Rhodes, Agricultural College Fund 1,42.04
B. Blatr. W. It. Gray, White Colleg Morrill Fund. 14,706.60
H. Lester, G. H. Holmes, Colored College Morrifl Fund 14,190.15
dth Rutherford, D. J. Atkinson Interest of Seminary Fund 1,938.40
*. R. Saub., M. Brasawell, Hatch Experiment Station
B. Hartaneld. M. H. Collins, Fund 8,164.8
H. Bannerman. W. B. Bryant, Adams Experiment Station
. Bradford, Jr. C. R. Coe, Pund.. 2.8330.67
L F. Bradford 1r. E. A. Wiggins, Experiment Station Inciden-
F Brown, dr., T H. Cromartie tal Fund..........- 8.60
f bMets. W. J. Hartsafeki, Florida Female College Inci- .
* n Moody, J. J. Burns. dental Fund........... 3.79.19
...... '- Universit of Florida |nci-
It's a Crtine dental und .. .... 571.26
a Hht your health. The worst n-g. Colored Normal Contingent
y'Uat you can be gullty of is toal- Fund- .......... .. 4
tlpation, bllioumess or any Blind, Deaf & Dumb Inci-
or bowel trouble to continue It Is dental FWund...... ... 82
your entire system and may Proceeds of College Property
M- i chfnle daeae Take Fund ...4.15
I 's bHerifne and get booaluto9
T' sure cure for any and all Total *itr7 199.78

of the stomach. liver and bow- . ....
NoM by Hardee-Smith Co A Narw awe".
S.. ,,.- (G. W. Cloyd, a merchant of Plunk,
Joha L Stetsea Un verestw. Mo., had a narrow escape four year
"The Runday Vesper service in the a8o. when he ran a Jimson bur into his
auditorium of Sttmnon Univdrsity i thumb. He says: The doctor wanted
er. A chlir of 6) voices, with so- toamputate it, but I wouki not consent.
soloists. with a grund pipe organ I ighlit a hox of iBuklen's Arnica
Spano, furnish thI muale. Thr ."ve and that cured ith dangerous
ent delivers the addr 'ss. Mr. wi found 2rc at all druggist.s *
W. Hamilton the Evangelist, in to -
special religious meetings at Stt-I They used to say "np..'"'v tAlks." "
I h. Th'lhritrtian Associations That was before they begun putting
ones for young inmn e.nd >you>ig, the' nun of millions on the witness
yVi UP"e than 100 young pen- stand in the trust Invfwt i&i*tioius. Now-
Bible in the student I days "'mumn the wurd' with them.-
National Maly.

District N 6 just r i6
portent d I affecting raur* M
ltqe passedSIX
ic 18is Laws of
pr it claims against-
and >taimpanies are not
within l sd if in suits QM
claims be rendeed
suchMil the company
f ine of S50P:&
ananm o m amount of Meek-
and shaD als be taxed an attorney's
Ia.s ait w i t by Colonel Turig-'
ton aw tmlAtlantic Cost Lie for
dafre ig/ ht, the constitatiusd.
ity of t per cent. fine sad ttor-
ney's fW attacked, a being in vio
nation ot th w Vth amendment to the
Console of the United States, ina-
much M At deprived the defendant of
the equal action of law, Mad was
clans lelse im.
Upon a demurrer to the plaintiff 's
declaration Judge Minx sustained the
railroad's demarrer, thui deciding that
the act ia uieonstitutional, upon the
grounds above stated.
P. A. Vans Agne.w and Sparkman &
Carter repprsent'edl the railroad and
Moon & Oliver the plaintiff.-Kiasim-
mee Valley Gazette
Weaderfl Eczema Cure.
"Our little boy had eczema five years,"
writes N. A. Adams, Henrietta, Pa.
"Two of our home doctors said the case
was hopeless, his lungs being affected.
We then employed oth er doctors but no
benefit resulted. By chance we read
about Electric Bittern, bought a bottle
and soon noticed improvement.
tinued this medicine until severe bot*
ties were used, when our boy was com-
pletely cured." Best of all blood medi-
cines and body building health tonics.
Guaranteed at all drugstores. 60.*
Print much and you will prosper.

House for Sale.

Oppoyto Leon Hoteld.

Apply toJulius Diamond. 25-2

thin U

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Castoeal Is a b artoe bitlu jAr CastMr O To P *re
goute, 'rops and S"otoaf ftOnp. ISt slm t. IS
eauans neither Optum, eorphipe aor ether W saeoet
substance. Its age its gufraatoa. It dest&oyp W eon.
and allays Feverishnem Is eurese DInahraet Ma Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething T b, earesm Cotlpat
sad Flatulency. It amalmlate the Food,'regulmate the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natuarad sleep. .
The Childred's Panaeae-The Mother's Friend.

-, -d

Sears the Sinath of *

The Kind You Hae Anys Bougt
In Use For Over 30 Years.
/ vue essm saumm-e. --.-we T m m--e. e-e.


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Hat Pins,
Belt Buckles,
Back Combs.
La Yallleres.


P. T. Niholson's,

The Jeweler....

/I- ~ .'


. ,'L oysi st

are a few.' of the many things you
R ,to Investigate.

Pans Lad and Boys Over
find here that will be worth your

es 6oods Depprtment.


Sn dffern ricl vou mty be regarding the
C miaKes n0o aiffrence sl.n, s t, ani Workmanshio of your
Fall and Winter asut, WE CAN PLEASE YOU In out Nghgrade, perfect fitting, well
tailored and rsea*mably priced,


0 TO f


' c I parade.

rEMEMBER OUR Blue. Black and Brown
Voils that are unmatchable at - -... $1.00 yd.
11ROWN, BLACK, Navy, Green and Red
P' lanama, 36 in. wide, are special values
t-..--..-..... ----- --.- -.... -.. --6. 0c yd.

i tiful Invisible Plad all Wool Suiting, 42 in.
Swie at.-----.......... --- ----------. $1.00 yd.

BEST QUALITY, in a Black, Navy,
Cream and Garnet Serge to be had any-
-Vbere, 42 in. wide, at .....--..$1.00 yd.

11 NBILULNTINE is what you want? we
, axge you to compare that of others at 25c
Spw aid more with ours.

$ILK-MOHAIR, 42 i1 wide, in Blue, Brown,
Sslak. Gray and Cream at- .....----1.00 yd.
WANT BROADCLOTH ? if so look ours over
before buying, Black, Brown, Grey, Navy
and Garnet at---.---.....----...........----$100yd.
We have cheaper ones.


Ladies Long Kid,

Silk and Lisle Gloves.


IF YOU are interested
in Silk come look at
our line, Brown, Black,
Navy and Cream Taf-


and Silk Caps.

fetta in

W o ol1 Repellants,

56 in. wide, 50c yd.

Mothers Friend,

Boys Waist and Blou-

ses, 50 and 75c.

plain colors.

Then we have them
in Blue, Brown, Black,
Grey and Fancy Piaids
in abundance and the
prices are reasonable.

Braids, Buttons,
Belts, Blankets,
Bed Spreads and

Lace Curtains, 50c

to $5.00

YOUR BOY no matter how hard he may
be on his clothing, can get more actual ser-
vice and comfort out of a suit bearing the

than any other similar priced garment be-
cause they are so well made and so fal eat
that it is a pleasure to wear tVem.
Look for the
Mrs. Jane Hopkins BOY PROOF Lable

and take no other.

,6.00 TO 88.50




28 South Monroe Street.

- Florida.

L ~ -
- W. Cobb Drug Co. will supply you
for putting up syrup, 20 cents a
*ManIhttan Shirts" Burns & Co.
city agents for "Manhattan"
|sJ. W. McCord and Miss Pearl
d are visiting Dr. M. M. McCord,
Whgham, Georgia.
Earnest Gamble Concert Party
be the next Lyceum attraction, on
t nlst.
Gloves are now having a ready
Br& A Co. 38
*. RikelM W. Wilson, who for sev-
yexpast has been one ot the en-
Sre on the Panama Canal,
for a visit to his mother,
B. D. Wibnm.
SAL1, a Scholarship in Stanley's
College at 4 per cent. discount.
toP. 0. Box 41. 37-4t
James Randolph, of Chattahoo-
S ame down to Tallahassee last
1- y to join the Order of Elks in


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All accounts to come before the
County Cofmissioners at their meeting
in December will have to be sent in by
November the 28th, as I will have to
get ready for and be with the Circuit
Court, which meets on Monday, the 2d(
day of December.
Clerk Circuit Court and County Auditor.
Nov, 15th, 1907.
Apropos of those new umbrellas in
Mr. P. T. Nicholson's show window,
which he is advertising all over the pa-
per this week, some green from
"way back" got himself into trouble
about them last week. Ask Paul about
it. 38
Mrs. E. V. Huntington and Miss Ma-
mie Wyatt, of Amerncus, Georgia, and
Mrs. W. W. Wilson, of Quincy, Flor-
ida, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
C. Spiller.
The Hat Sale by Burns & Co. will be
continued for another week. Every-
thing by the way of Hats. Stetsons go-
ing at $3.50. 38
Mr. Eugene Calwell, Secretary of the
Grensboro, North Carolina. Life Insur-
ance Company, is visiting his parents at
Tallahassee and making pleasing ac-,
quaintances among our people.
The Philadelphia Telegraph says,
"even a turkey doesn't cut much ice
unless it is welldressed." Reader, go
to some of our advertisers, get some
dressing, and dress well.
P. T. Nicholson has a window full of.
new umbrellas, both for men ani wo-
men. 38 1

A Tisar Baby
can't tell you in words what the trouble
is; but if it's complexion gets pasty, if
it gets weaker and weaker, loses flesh
and is cross and peevish you can be cer-
tain that it has worms. Give it White's
Cream Vermifuge, guaranteed harm-
less. Expels the worms and puts the
baby in a healthy normal condition.
Sold by Hardee-Smith Co.
Mrs. Frank Keen has returned home,
after a visit to Columbus, Atlanta and
other Georgia points.
Those new umbrellas at P. T. Nichol-
son's are new. They are not shopworn
articles that split in a month's time,
and call forth unsavory remarks from
victims of dishonest greed. 88
The Presbyterian Synod of Florida
has been in session in this city sine
Tuesday. We will publish the proceed-
ings next week.
Burns & Co. are now showing some
of the best bargains in Shoes in the
city. Shoes of all grades, prices rang-
ing from 50 cents to $6.50. 88
Mrs. Hayward Randolph and her
bright little child are visiting home-
folks and friends at Jacksonville this

No Case on Record. Pointers ad Setter Doegil
There is no case on record of a cough
or cold result in in neumonia or con-, Have a few trained and untrained
gumption after Foley a Honey and Tar dogs--$10.00 to $40.00 each. English
has been taken, as it will stop your and Birdsong, Fox, Coon-andeer
cough and break up your cold quickly. Hounds. Pups $10.00 pair. Well bred,
Refuse any but the genuine Foley's fast and furious.
Honey and Tar in a yellow package. I J. C ANKItyN. C
Contains no opiates and as safe and sure. i 36.3m Liberty, . C.
Sold by all Druggists. Now is the time to go and look around
Mr W TPhillips, Field Manager and see what you can get for a present.
Mr. W. T. Philllp, F ld Mnager Go and see Sweating who will take
for the Jacksonville Development Com- Go and see Sweeting who will take
pany, is in the city to-day, n the inter- great pleasure in showing you the lat-
eat of his company, and contracted est on the market. 84
with us for a large advertising space, Sheriff Langston and Deputy Gray
which will be filled with interesting Dulled George Willian ,John Toun,
matter next week. an Wiggins, and Jake MeDanlels, o-
A cheap, slazy umbrella may answer ored, for selling whiskey, a day or two
during an April shower, or a gentle ago, and they are to have a hearine be
summer rain. but when the winter fore Judge B. A. Meginniss to-day.
storm is sending from all directions at
once a stinging sheet of icy drops about A Valable Tip.
your neck and face, you want an urn- After exposure, or when you feel a
brella that is warranted not to turn cold coming on, take a few doses of Fo-
wrong-side-out nor let the water Ily's Honey and Tar, and it will ex I
through. You get the latter kind from e co from your ytem. It cure the
P. T. Nicholson. 3 most stubborn coughs and colds, and
otc4Us. prevents pneumonia. Sold by all Drug-
Two hundred bushels of Choice Seed giJsts. _F_-_ _
Oats for sale. Apply to W. J John- Print with your home printer always.
son, Chaire,'. Fla. 3m 4t.

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Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippv-, Atm;, j ':
rand Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Con,;s .' i,

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Specialization Is the re n why. I buy
nothing but absolutely the best values
in buggy, carriage anid wagon harness.
Single Buggy IHarness, $10.00 to $22.50.
Double Buggy Harness $17.50 to $40.I0.


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gest stock
this section

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


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plete--saddles, tugs, belly bands, lines, etc.
Everything for the farmer and horse


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Horse Blankets, from 75c

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man's profit. Our prices are right. See us and be convinced.

Veterinary PbscIclan
an4 Smureon.
Dental Work a Specialty.
W. D. Pratorlus,
Funeral Director
'Licensed B mblmer.
OM h ad M Thim 163.
ucammls aml .
My elagt sad premIang bustines as
now ried sm ia the up.ptairs part of
the Cmsatie building, nearly oppo-
bit the *.- ofce. Ab o ample
lintseastMai "made....ew.
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Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satiufaction
Also we have in connection withmy shoe business the
C'n,,r eosir ad Fms-t-Clu.w Wormunem do this werk. T
suit mDe newrt. iorlittle3y. t-asTailor Repairsm and Make
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 342 C t.o St.. Tdqkhome No.

Centrally lkated near Capitol'
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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 ed s from $3.00 up.
ChIairs from 50cts up.
And other goods in proportion. If
it's Turniture 'you want it will pay
you to get my prices before buying.

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