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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 22, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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St i ow r one r trerT* Prsldt e ntPrs iden their In Kd a
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B^ the bodn w t W h l0,fhe m toe to sas is_,mtemayrl Tho ape. ,we,'.e M. e'Giov.M i, m. S1 _"
,f'ls r m taavitsof a lunai letter i f o. ....io T7e W, Davis, Mr. Jk.e Brown ad -the public -msth w5
I* et ry o the u. A few wk b attracted the oThe hmaIsMvw of the terf M . L Bittiner. t the er t P .a S
t thes oftfitty atfteastid4 o Itorymoofr.wat tere. thoe ar theos time lar st nt to e gh e tur? s
.t.e laKriiSB so r whaw~ #n i h name of A i. time of the hMay 1i3,4aner, more an- Brown wa present a anid b i











ono b lieehat inetybonds hm ediatel l tonqire row "Id teorrelkltodet o n
.r mn.. o---t-_ of e, h "Pnndbler. The latter aeted tht de r n ill tn oe of Mrs Burford and otiers.w Mbae thn greater ativ t
B*.jB ahd r dour write to the eria puieLo any other equal a00 0 the face of the -t wilbej ulas tara 1 th et G N
+ e~~t'elIt r wi.hu..-th .meouK The letter wiUeia and aeoepe rth. Te pqluelt of thee re- ave ovos o b
e owetw D r lwfil ae bk that wnour ba 5sou i e thes aOs thii a t
Ss mourned as dead. Jt a century atnie of uist in population so too sl oeck in t d ahro
asun .,wic d him to ber cs t3 .their hNu r ip -A imam-
Sr rve to~tfoe h ore of yeartt win i back ho teae ad Wo athe urn aof by the men mo i ia,
tha ken betinta x. p ae_ n moe as tl he fmaltiet c ans be ar- who foatnde o unal g ntr a with- not weo arent .t a- s
be. of h oidtis ott h elery liee ** a oe the. rts diroe"ar ctd gae h v. Got e s te 'tle r oneNO. MAO As i d J.






d-te" n tresMrdf h wletl perm hea momn are r sle omatkee n2y ooWAE Germa I
B ,ha would The dent WA-Ivot November 17._-Pre ito equally Tbw a






re frtom aPj jq letterto Secretary ad hoa rwhik owe delsr and fore-ue *r i0l r bi
Sa te C autorine thw w 0 ea e for this at in th fte f ut s t n i Tnbride s GrH coum






a -ae rli edatthe u5e bndadnoee ee o n ho: hv this. s Eu a lta t o d d material basis. nd s hisi bt
I ao e Dtionlt io emsemsm t Isidn Iht the Tbundnt at- Juln Slomon, whef the yer omh ent w
h d be throwne b into paei te Atteringtin)ndyhe rn l treo o which the weislre of matu rity hd arrived, with ther treo laha sn ft
Sat of the different cotton ltat idrd our iron Ia tr ovhe te nation mr re me for the country to his ved ot or hi ur
bain o wht odipoitn should s hiue os taha enot iw cae are aoy ex- sel on to Atlantn, Jacksnvie and b and e e w
Smde it U We belive that ninety bond, which will be Immnlto avail- iq w n are likel tOM dent of winning i. i
southern men ot of every hundreds ab the bai for s current w e prolarou nows ; we ti po Cal rir he nditncturvefatlyu of tehmt
.T A fme hy. crteeiad revereUy: l ta tl d to r Tjbl O tit hwilee ljut Ce I.site o w 1he,000 holdr rOs. rod trt/hn

a sibtol-- theuv?_th_, waw f a- I.,or sipt tao ommenitk. m hva ortttion, mukor o prrctic lW tudy ol a *
.. i the Cotton Stat g ,iv it to the of nt ethe e e ats be o o th oe la i rtnt tu.trei to e as t w, p i s iate t
S4leandt of the hOyeroic bandsohe n ade, inet o tes, theitrooeetas pdd rrieoue ri to i met a the sns e nd "r Jule" ull-ddv P arm ts.Wm al
SJakon, and Stuart, rand Johnt of at e read t onen ditbiyire hsto the fi n
o Forretgotiveit only the eo ml gyou the gr nvr e to ca aneatre of ie tIo qt w e










t o doesne wI_* l~ fa-mew Tnor waT lt i tr.s wa imret I. esureN tho invite bridgMhak eer e le m n o the .. ... n
four y~r.s, threw between the Sout.e- n more esa lly theWeta ndut th nton io q ullgravity with the=r. ai = iA .a a d i
e and the inadin army, the to have you r cart oee dh.v inart h beqe s oniinotunata


Swark of their dauntles bottle nemo. "n have d ast chruletion in w der to reas topany youd tho at t s the Ja Sale. er anf IAe oi
Te world e Istagernd yet when Congrasm are onsidri a currency P-ain duty of tho-e of u who, for tbte .hir ag, a.yo Ge rman wel in hi eM

plain the eomi oua indemnity bols whihowio the n peandent faph- moment, ar your easpense, or a- r. r e an ad e ot
Sea fromthe e an wihL vator of tha l resource which o s UPeno c hiC a ipecally urged t

Stnce. AMi wondowrs. pam I rt inmpi bats vewi tbe slat ltermi have bl hadd n tdo s o be eonsidaed at tohis pe that it cn entered w n ents



he'ai -SS -- i t sl-- # So h ve thet in g e eu n a si olfS i thoato ate ubseplin hio veinrsa so ne y er s t for a hi.t thcaimsa
t a S Simw h a yv e 5i5 g do es fu n dsa me ntaly t so u n d b n tins s ofj pa r ity o f t Me l ad i ds it i eao;e lh r0 d* o n da e mcrar c Uoiu t e d asi th e wasa W o i
weatr? as teyearo th e i l oft t t i n d t c ou ntr are andd n g the te in e r par t of flr ter local >n r n Maso and hab- winLr.RU OP COMMUNI land oaiai y
l B' eaS er l p stontApni eple t sP l tatte bundta oa J lnet n on, fe the earm s aof his

Unatioun arm aeo drtatw a d N-e dtvi u tto te tht r oue don w oh the tea e of ar alDra arri th crer of a eo ow t s a


yLe h have t r u uo to a hu h inst eaado f tios to-hi sntto nriet air ero. The r nnptd youthe Ien i sxpisnves alrnhtdoattflaotr i a
e. ft m iomentdllrs of thilato dnec isoun nkst hetre is nore and i no.taufewcaes are al ea ry ex- selfi Goin toAtlant, Jakonville, and e n 0ed d-io the ,lieakd i
t x -h a rtlvedatbondo meWsnkeIt n atw u r .sc e ad the Untitead State; it i epecially.true hass ee, Flri..a M.ni. that ate hi In their respe cti




s o wty qt dispute ioneshoao aisueodons orP anlate m a thei ucnt ability for thee wel esa ted in themrsilradalatedoarailroedtranh. S m e We r
SoM itut Wo b el atnCnlete eote ihne b w f ty either nlemunitieo. I have. portatlon mk I pnal icticl atudy of ven e We have a
-- fromallalsoappov theipply was$am a.0 tro. date ht, in -wcoodllnce with thi all impoa qution. yta e themeetin
.f eo mone olife tro,- O tino of the inland w And now i answer to the -rieent R e"
hL i 3 h- i rS l S-. .P.. .. eol, to ask theogovernorto tlde demand iu fi nd an frnh n f ellodw citd. wewlw. e.....ost k o
our aefdtetin vad, ing bem in ing Te w overnmen twiells oedt.haueoi o nherupon hc ons ervation of theunat- theyuuythei ur,: eelectedwhich e L, 5 .icai tokhto
S-fo_ f ort yyears--. an d ill, prh--aps, pie do n. l if Only the opl uralpresounMes. is very at. to b, the Sa to avft e iodun 's b at t s i- ,ede."I" lnm ml It mae gl e e st1 l e to invite bridge bot l never st l, Iti L into the apeIr ieU ld bthat i ,
Tmheisetaoft ge dyeult warh e fnon- ons ares o nsiud engw should ? u eduy o th v e s o f eceu I Mr. Salomon was In he city laot Mon. nwisp Irnt th arena of"
m igty whih the eS u sIndemt North yimonew ihwehav toir atnentai toow pay yo letoe y. -hanre ie Searhit. oualmc ult i
I) eci fromthe heSoth ttoSeetthetedsofthbsito ndwic h too enyourand to attend r-es oroe wrnhic is
9a "do 'mars k tll~rI ouo will be passed at an early date have been -f dyourwatustatf or ad- -r. Iryam Accepts. add bebonlue landedin e
rNca nBi i n December, sme v e 0,.f.that-eat e mhtenton or l tast will uh t t teia Aohe t iat
SeN, d tuil tti lltgeoa to te ayOtngswr ovenwoweN -a nd ell aseativ of the Sixtieth the Democratic nomination for P ould o to dplca
Congress n erthe reaurbu161,00,00tohandledent yan, n a 1.100wtrdostateakteetytoeter uatorald
^ Uead the eaaaebof the vanquished that an Tr m7O in T VTAZ)To THB NATION. Democrwtnc party to convince there fuin 'toaece
|I vests'. g othe circulation per. capta wS"Th rmro becoideedattis "t nire with the m",'" certanlymtoarks t as an
v"l icdtorwillrestorewhatougtinothto 'a santtha '-i vd lthat it i a us entru a with oia newspaper an d the in he
And whn that partof the stsm that you t henow aik,, ofOu.r Sat ut a.of vital ceern A trifle; a ,nere detail. Aft.r eleven ud o suha n atcinoiar
Uenlot trace i da way to it legl on ability of the Government to heback them to the nation asl a whole, and to all the year. of Mr. tlayan... leadersmhP, the It asdev e ar ,PTies
r he the treasury of the o ulisa m d the it that not a part bie y u al. Trhem e ubjects include the ulae f ple are so well satai ned with the 30ire o n an. Sd.a-rtsV"-_t,--
V eWhatlet u all u ite in there on b i involved the ter vein t h rut--at i rssaof the mgderl rp Democratic pmrty'a truatworthined that o.- _amcu. -try -- t.Mt
th among those hee get of te soundicondti of sousof thiland, and theora ources there .rI ontly we .mo.atic United pt i 5n bod ehSia f
U u hst Cs..- wh o a s letu th s--0 ..Jicors,, of h theUn wate i ned every par of our ioe- has Senors .orL of i.qt at m -.ahis ain quarr.. ter O_
m N of taxateion (W u p an help h I omad he etld. Dixon's _liune, and one of hegm o, IheA-em -ero f. .
here loke thie5b II al ev pl, --a K po open daiulo I eall var Reblican. In State after S il iiLi n s
.adi full of tcom fotempoublh. ogivtaonihonimust t notv fota sipng Democrat represent a d> t.r bu ams eer y know It i s a
at tw mimnen .--whue ioioaa cnBE.VS ta ttasg rnoi.rwit u v- octatic Governors north of uno, and unocup-e te, of jo..nas a.d e-e
-i n ot q itt the best ti for Iac h n* w and the rem!to deal ewI( eac tour of them w re elected on a i.- a s.uces. We e sue
s wolder&o abe Ihe- no ti act, fl emu5 may eet. The.mImhav._of __ In_ _. mup ii a 8-blba vea a lven f elyt thudohetthe l
_\ li eample...thod Of there faor5?Sci.e din S ay. common withthsll Ke ltcoky hasgneq Republican. Sytemo


I!t f-W lllll w oo aia o ; b--- - --, I OfmM b oMde to ./ wi me U ovr- *r, ltBryan will accept the moi--l u- im u MVUM''-mM"i.-M
om- thlatthoem old efE oaoT ** the dt9ut on and wi nomination! Aformal statement'to that ar future" as much ans aryth *tbe
beadate walk along sIIeeIts s II redtoetforth = effect Is superfluous. but why should S o permn mty ao
hwe aede easfpe p W and conclusion. the Democratiparty accept Mr.Bryatmen. We wish h im and his m'y
St f w haulaa Utlrm d Thepaater anud session of the PreAb- A WMTy qearTnoM Is the party so infatuated with defeat p"e'teve nk'bl .soete. -
Sd5 otioi to idutry y oA e .ci ?o. that it woulo not exchange the certainty Jeks viloc
Mtewith a marble monument. thiks to t he- sad i.wch I cannot alay force of disaster for even the possibility of o. a .be
me ,.---..-. -...-- a a. ewdto -- am -iathat the consrvalon of vtory?-N. Y. World xouea't beo wen If you have a week
Of he-. dor if Stheu e t r o o nt a W stLm unhnki healthy, tired out stmach Neiter
ot da N. Y., 12mo1t of our-reNamtaUvd .etn Y.f t
i ma It e m I e ashma W..i. t p t 1img Min.our. tlM in- nIos of Wodnomday. the27t of digestion, which may, s ver
ge.Ith inf pir9T" SO I est eewelfare Ofallopeople 15mbe..from i4 till 6 o'sloek ThOi
e*ilB~j~f -.CS *!ug Aff^ly *w^^ "EB Sieeg ly y r, som in the city. srF will be a rictur. and a"to ODO L
am- .eIL D. IMt. TalisasS, A. 1t".ODMiwTl quea background Ior LmIiblli t&a gaithe-li IL,
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We take clearing

House @ertiicates.

as CASH. -


The Greatest Sale of Silk and Net Shirt Waist ever
known in this City.


SEE


OUR


WINDOW.


BEST VALUES in Ladies and Misses
Coats and Skirts to be found any-
where. No trouble to show you.
Come and examine them.
WE ARE showing a special line of Boys
Clothing, it will be to every mothers
Interest to see them before buying
her Boys Suit.

MEN'S CLOTHING. We are Agents for
Strouse & Bros., Makers of High Art
Clothing. Also Agents for Schwabs
Clothing. It is a pleasure to show
you the neat, nobby designs for busi-
ness and dress. Prices as Usual the
Lowest.


The Big
Mail Orders Have Our


SHOsS. SHOES.


SHOES.


School,

Ladies,


Mens,


Boys

SHOES


Every


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warranted


To give entire Satisfaction.


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:.,, 'ml~e_ _. wnoot T. g. M-r- a l to g him a gust.pulosh in the hI W 31
%..; Atlata Gedeg of thq, 14th, it aaya doe one.ta whe bwa thda t Pu uea sl t tst.I
SOUW ecunt of the burn there toese it by te worlock. ttey pm .
Sa good lady, who once met at the hme of a ptual acquaint-
S i Talahe..: ane. He wa dowaest ad she trailed
i. , .K ance tMooday from him, saying ashe er alweed anything .
a-' ..d*?r0 om blain. dress, to give her the blues. Then she ma-n- I
Merga_, wife of T. A. Mor- aged to turn the conversation on "corn-
la& well-knewn employee of the oenoations a life." He remarked on the ....
.. gUnion, died at her home, 18 tact that her parents were both dead -J .
P yor street, Wedneday morn- and asked her if she cold cal to *mind
S, .........anything in connection with that be- .. ^
7,*._ .a loving husband and family are reaveme-t. even m l h it had come to ,B-- -_- .
ber lkes, Mrs. Morgan's fiov*e- her seren f eapreo s o Lthat was of I
mot* wes io orthatd withoa
".. C ,ter, Katherine, doe im't a eomrpensrhenuatie. hhe su7-g.ed I
S 1ed by her Innocent play- cast eye and faming chek, emur- ..
. e smuoed": "Yes, oeo-rge, I do. Don't l"bs .t.S.
morning Mrs. Morgan* you see compensation in the fact that
ine reading a news- yoe won't have teak a tybody bat me." Made of Ias. of~ re cotton
at her feet on the floor was tm lieSt and gentle, w a'tT -though felt ln a l. eut-High
S', play with a candle to the point and something like spring- Grade dt -. .ch Roll
Sanw t esaon l became lg- a velvet-lined ateel trap on a fellow. -I St-ehed-Guar*
ae .la tn with it, the r -Woman's National Daily. ale evy way te equal of
'letth ble come in contact the "Oetermoor" or any other
S-d. A Srteeteon. $15.00 feltt mattress, you to be

do er tdress geti ri o. Blr oin ,otO L G bS n dAD




Storied ranticalW to put out the r nana the d by FURNITURE COMPANYs
altoug nof udnt b d at enwiheItmon mediaeha tne-





,- al hsba were immediately caled, the followmn: Jackonville. Miami. Jacksonville, Florida.
s. Ttw en that Mrs. Morgan wan T allahauee, "tam. S. Ar.gustinse, cuts without qu o .
Wa eriouely burned to be removed to Saytorb1, alatok, DeLmand, Ttuville, .
4 -'. cahoaeitaL Everything poible was Wet Palm Beach, Delray Melborne, "
,a d ae o ust she lingered unthWednesdam Fort Pierce, Gainesville, Green Cove RO f SFTH -C .-LIN
,. o.ing, when d ieath relieved her sue- fonu Tavares, LeUeburg San ford, Ja cks* l F r-I-d9.
b ting. b Kilrmmee, Orlando, Lakeland, Ptlant
SMrs Morgan was 26 years of age, and City, Lake City, Wauchula, Arcadia, Wff WtHRIT and BlACKSMITHI
the daughter of Captain J R. Coronado, Ocala, Sisco, Lake Helen, v-. oni u v tn
S, of Bambridge, one of the moot Fernandina, Port Orange, Oak Hill, -
ent meh in that section of the Tillman, Orange City, Archer, Ocoee, l
and a director in the Georgia, New Smyrna. Dunnelloi, Lundy, Wa- General Repair Shop.
a and Alabama railroad. She s tertown, elaka, Crescent City, St. Horse Shoeing by an ex-
ltervived besides her husband and little Petersburg Santa Fe, Neptune, Mont- pert who has had years
girl her parents and two sisters. clair, Naples, Nocatee na, Cocoat
Te body will be taken to Bainbridge inneola, Lynne, Oakland, Williton, O expenence .
SWednesday night and the funeral w'll Fort Meade, Greer, Bellair, Chipley,
take place there Rhursday afternoon at Bradentown, Daytona Beach, Mcintosh,
Se'olock. The interment will be in the Hawthorne, Melroe, Wewahitchka, .
Simily cemetery. Bartow, Mlakka,,Aopka, Lake Butler, A portion Of the public
-..,--- -.- Grandin, Barberitle, Pierson and De patromage Is asollelted
NA dil's a aemth Ife. ALeon S noa. From some of there ase s.s.. I7ny. .u...s-
o knowttevetimeyouhave ere are a large number of stu- c etlfatIOn guaran
ogh or cold and let it run on think- aento. _o ima___ tad.
Sit will jut ure itelf you ar invit- When the baby is cross and has you e n... I u.n.l .
SmeI a, consumption or some worried and worn out you will find that HilVy d rimrtcular tlunq
e pxmonary trouble? Don't risk a little Cascasweets, the well-known ..
I.PL your hnaback in perfect remd for babies and children, will eSpecb lty by
and ato tat o th it little one in a ort time s The
codg ug with a printed plainly on the h qsnr ibl
S Price c 6Y and 1.00 per tbottleo. b e Contains noopiate. Sold by oue O AV IT I
tod by Hardee-Smith Co. all druggistsade5 Cmay
saysher frien DIRT, ROAD. and YARD
tolonast a.i Cu0sBIA. ENTRAn lTORl ALAAM .-- C
O te first of November the statis- tAILWAT COMAN y. CONTRACTOR.
Mai e told as that th seeldents to date --- te -- t for bhe
i to earleimes with firearm. UteMfln reigsoht a v iengir Ae fJ
twas tof huateMrs. ot -l uie s, Now Austin Road Machinery,
a ,w witbth hunting se- Csl .. s m , Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
a it may eem a large per aty, Fla., Oala d e, Arlta Street Spriklers and Graders, same
- t e kill eaa to their death lathSber a. s-ad lte..,SSe built and operated by him before set-
b g mistaken for game. The -- ted for. See him for further partiu-
eat~E e for i something --ars or address P. O. Box 286 Tallaha
Sb .t w i hen he is content Trafie arrangements have been per- o
S oan on. When men are fected with the Mobile and Gulf Steam-
willag to take risks of shooting other ship Company, thereby enabling aweek-
, what chance might they be wil- ly service from New Orleans, Penaeolad,
Ms totakeon a farmer's premise with and Mobile to a ul points via the GeorJia, _. Hr rU 1 N
ersmes and cattle aRlarge in the pa- Florida and Alabama Railway. See that H
h year there a a rowing tend- or full information, cal on your near mASONIC I .
Sion te pnrt of the taher to bar eat agent, or write O H -ON
aterm m in rmse. Conser- A. McT Tim ing, Plumbmg
Lt t lay liable to Babridge, GA 7-tf .h t.M tal W
amalcareesne It is to A. F. KUMER, Commercial Aent, Sh- etM etal W ork
-for his action-Prarle Fard Ta laka i. c y. H All work in the line of
Sbesidesherhusbandand.little CharPed hands are ,uickln cured bMn-rwhoa
)p' "ll g.si -Chamberlins Sav. r Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
1160 parets"and two sisters. celatest The Tpaellaastseet Ua u Coc.o
ndivorgedo fro our a ndix. "gin, and Sheet-Metal Work
Step trP bowels regulaatero' ErI y A Ih solicint.ted, and especial ca.e
a Kig'. New Life PUlls. Their action is eubee n-t h'e H- a w e,- ,o p e a p -
we gentle that the appendix never has L ... taken to please my pat-
D yto make the leest e ompaint. 26c mOTICe TO alrOUTTm OWNESu.
t all dmruggiast. Tryutnm. * * *


..e s. Special Tax Levy "r Water a&d Fire
John Jones colored, the h d of Pr r-Plumbing a Specialty.V
Little Jones, who was Little William, Notice is he given that it is the
eg five feet and twolnebsh ntio f th i oneilof the City
= 0odesi rmae to know bemu. of Tahassee, ..ia, to pass an Orf.- AL.X WADDELL
o rmatwill be much dinancemnthe ,th day of November,
p"S2~ad by T -OR 2~ 0 A. D. lr,. evwidin for the levy of a BAKBR.
STallahassee, our mls for water ad Chice Fresh Bread
c K bul ^r protection, upon the taxable prOp- vnMc Fe Bread
*4a blak pae oitinthe cpot mt.ote and Rolls every day
C*ioT Ft. . year A. D. an. dfor sale by the lead-
have ad a large stock of (~ined) A. C. SPuaB, *in Grcers
4 ad .elOng; President City CounciL ing Grocers
a. h (a boards. Tw_ An,- T.H. RANDOLPH & SON.
A M ..et ym order (81sued) A. H. Wnua. -us* *
tMt Brea. Lumber City Clerk. and
y w" the Bir J. W. COLLINS .


THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.


Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
In Florida. '
The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The best Quail and
Snipe shooting in the Soutt The best Sulphur Water in the
State. . .

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.


SEABO ARD
Air Line Railway


SAVANNAH, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RALIEGH, R
MOND, WASHINTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORX.
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY



SEABOARD EXPRESS


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MODERN PULLMAN _EQUIPMENT
THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
NORFOLK, VA.
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations cap on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLBTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksooville, Florida.


UTABUBHUD JJS6


UTA3IIUKED 16


GEO. H. HOLMES,


Undertaker and Funeral Director


and Embalmer.


Day or NIht*.


Tallahassee, Fla.


Phone No. 4


R. G. FERREBL ,
(Swucc or to A. T. Rollm)
DRLBAR JlI KInds of Fresh Meats.


Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders.
FIRST-CLASS MEATS.


Prompt delivery.


RinD up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when- Ordering
Meats from my Stall.


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~3TRUZ VtMuAT

I~EUD EVEST VDAT MOWIN-

-w ma Seemed Cb..m wN~umeb It, ISI. at
a rem oi.. at Twkkwnsib. wUder
iof C..arom of Mue* & 1


H ,P I -? T.eb.. 3,IM Ceu- Adams and
dame. a5eme Tfelearone No, 1M.
me. .
SOL Pe Tmw. In AdvaMm.
S aM eeo A SOmt im.

S-C
Da s es O to .s 0oml NewspeW
HI 1 w**Low stmnr.
i rrufa, wev. 2, 1W9.


j lgWav awre.UNwtntx a not uepted
B I. id nthis mw.por at any oee or
m/' odiltm, I or einrmtaeow. Not a
* ; T ...-- e r a ppwe. In It.
P, rint with your home pnnter always.
D mains advertised itnthe current
me of your newspaper apply to the
next week and until others are offered

[4 Hon. Geore C. Mathoews i now edl-
S, r of the Polk County Becord and he
as mthe True Democrat's best wishes
S or himself and newspaper.
Against all the combined State and
S yidral influences and powers good old
I,7 "Tom Johnson was again elected Mayor
SOf Cleveland, and Democrats all over
country rejoice with Cleveland In
e victory. .....
Vol. 1. No. 1, of The Southern Cy.
alone, a monthly published from Live
Oak, has appeared, and it says it is "an
Independent publication with enough
S and In Its gizzard to sneak the truth,
regardless of whose playhouse it leaves
down." -
"Toddle" has gone and done it sure
enough now, by having removed from
our coin the inneription, "In Gno We
Trust," and that, too, just before our
National Thanksgiving Day. Oh The
- dore lom'velt What excontric little
thing will you itdo next for the notoriety
It furnishes ?'


towedays ome often bsivaianspeak
oidl m enemia. Measured by the Di-
tiomuay's true meaning of ths day, as
to the word, The True Democrat dow
not beveye there are n any people who
have penniess." True, we may, have
appeople among us who do not al-
wira see in us all the bet little quali-
ties that go so make us just what we
should all be to the minutest point, and
It may be that each one of us know
best .ourselves that we are not jut
what we all should be, but can we afford
always to judge our fellow-citizes as
being ready to meet out to uas what is
too often termed enmity ? Let's see I
The Century Dictionary and Eneyclope*
dia gives the following, main definitie,
of the word, ENnMY : "One who op-
poses, antagonizes, or seeks to Inflet,
or is willing to inflict, injury upon an-
other for dislike, hatred, conflict of in-
teresets, or public policy, as in war, one
who is hostile or inimical." People cam
have honest differences of opinion with
others without In the least sizing them
up to the quotation. We love and re-
spect many people we differ with some-
times in worldly affairs.
It is to be hoped that Governor
Broward will put off calling that extra
session until blackberries are ripe.-
Palatka Herald.
That would be a sensible thing to do,
if it means until April, 1909, but can
any citizen of Florida find any genuine
wit or sense in the sling at Tallahasse
that may be found in it. If you do,
reader, laugh long and loud, with Editor
law-maker, Hon. H. A. B McKenzie,
and help him enjoy his bright paras-
graph. -I-
Now, that ex-Governor Bloxham has
married and nettled down again to busi-
neos, why wouldn't he make a good
Governor ? Southern Argus.


No one doubts that he would, and
there are thousands of l'loridians who
hope that he will be our good (iGover-
nor again Elect lIlo\himn and bring
harmony rback into the Democratic
ranks of Flo-rida again. 'True, he says
he is out ,of public life' ard doe's nrit seek
oaKc' atain, hut the por'iple' of Florida
Ln.,,h him ., i., t.. i. hii( -,, i Imntr at-r d himt


Under the lIevenue I,aw all State anl "'b 1ig.. u 1 "r i ......i
county tax-piivr'rs who settle their andi being s, full ef hve for hi pe'o, le
taxeHsdurin NNovember are entitled to a hi rrse anl their wel ten I their l eSt
discount of two per cent., and those' interest, he may be shown the nec, sity
who settle in )Decvember a discount of of having him g.vern us again, andi n-.
one per cent. To large tax-payers this ntftr h rht.
will be well worth saving. and the small it ought to be an easy thing for the
tax-payers may save a little something people of blind tiger infected "dry"
too... counties to rush the growler -Tampa
Tribune.
The Live Oak Daily Democrat is now
going Into its third year of usefulness, We do not woiry so much over such
particularly to Live Oak and to the affairs as do the whiskey people, in the
whole State of Florida. May Itcontin- wetcountiesof Hillaborough and Duval,
ue to strow in influence nnd usefulness who "for lo, these many moons," seem
for years to) come. We, e.'joy its daily I to be rushing and growling themselves
Visits at this office, and it is always the into fits over the whiskey subject, until
first newspaper we open from the morn-I now they have about lost all reason and
Ing mail. their best sense, as for instance, the
If you truly desire to see these tight tactics that have recently been resorted
and stringent financial times come toan to in the effort to prevent the calling
and, which in our immediate commu- of elections to see whether a majority
nity, at least, as full half Imaginary, of the best citizensoof their countlesde-
quit talking so much about It, and let sired the sale of whiskey or not. Leon
every citizen who may have a little idle Is so well satisfied with general results
money, go Immediately to one of our that t will always remain dry.
three banks and deposit it. There i Demand on us for largely increased
not a one of us but known our banking advertising space necessitates the addi-
Intitutions are safe and sure, and that ;on of two more, and we greet you this
they will take good care of all deposits w.ek with fourteen pagesof interesting
left with them. Every little helps, so reading matter and attractive and in-
let your banker keep your cash for you. viting advertisements. Read carefully
"Uncle Remus," Joe Chandler liar- every line of your newspaper, and after
ris, among other good things. aid to you are through with it mail it to some
the St. Losot Globe-Democrat corre- friend or acquaintance abroad, and this
spondent, who interviewed him: "The help to advertise Leon county.
moat :important conviction of my life Now that arrests have begun to crop
was when I came fully to realize that a out of the law passed at the last session
personal providence watched over me of the legislature prohibiting the solic-
from day to day. With me t s no longer citing of orders and shipping whiskey
a belief, but a fact. I have been on the into prohibition or dry counties, our
brink of ruin many times and God Whs people may be spared having their malls
always rescued me,." The Live Oak filled with such literature. There are
Democrat copied it and added : "That's some whiskey men at Jacksonville and
a lay sermon in a few words that would other near points who had best take
make this old world, with all its prdb- warning, and be careful to whom
lama, large and small, a much better they address their letters and circulaps,
place to live in than it is if all men or they may bump up against what N.
would believe it," and do not many of Golding, of Pensacola, was hauled up
us feel and know that sanwe experience? against by State's Attorney Kehoe.
Thursday, November 28th, has been Determined to aid the Florida State
set apart as General Thanksgiving Day Fair in every way possible, the Sea.
for this year. I.ast week we' published board. Coast Line and other Florida
President Rooevelt's prwoclamnation, and railroads have already taken up the
in this Issue appelars the splendidly got- matter of promptly handling products
ten up, and very appropriate one. of for exhibition, which will be shipped to
"Governor Broward. All of us. from the Tampa free of charge. The roads are
greatest to the least, it makesno diSer- determined that no delay whatever
ence what our condition spiritually ..hall he experienced in shipping exhibits
worldly, financia:ly or otherwise may to and from Tampa, and will have their
*be-but have much to thank an Alwism' eal agents force, fair commissioners
Providence fir, so let's devote the day .o promptly notify them when cars are
to general rebicing and' thanksgivinw needed for shipment. Particular atten.
Let each strive to carry theThanksgiv. tion will be paid in this reard to live
Ing spirit to others, and in Oiing mo by stock and fowls, which will not aeees-
every one, each one will fee the better sarly be seat to the tair before eb
this Thanksgiving day. ruary 13th.


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hestopftorm


"-1 that Govqnmo
nay0 Mlorid jouaumw g...
r office aets
,. During his ar
aEd much to say1h
of" t thi State, and a
to think It al d, Pr

Now we waMftw
the benefit of *ts
,viewand m as WNW,
Seehow far
'~ lity is .
of theStaS,, e
welcome Editor Boward
to sraoMu fraternity and woald bmkl*
w $l see him laughing hs k asft
of edlttl criticisms at Mee set
pigm- ind na little rbid
we wo promptly retort up N
with scorn by referring sto hi
as 2x editor." You reumem er
the r Governor ? You didn't orig.
inateot, for it has been in use for gm.
sai s by politicians squirming m dt
)resas raielm; but it our memory
Serves eQrrectly, you have hurled
that eae1a4t chestnut at Florlid nm-
papers Na more than one oceslo., mnd
we want to see some Jove on High
Ol map 6 up at Tallahasee hWrl Iat
you a ftw times and carefully oblerve
its efests upon a new hand at the boe
lows. It has been so long sinee we
heard. it. the first time in our own ease
that we have forgotten the -ame-
sation. "Little 2x4 editors!" It
seems severe, but as a matter
of fact, it is perfectly harmless a
venerable petrefaction which veteran
editors regard as something in the na-
ture of a curio in newspaper museums
and point it out to visitors as a speci-
men of the now obsolete weapons used
in the ancient warfare of primitive
journalism."
And maybe, too, he will% consider se-
riously some of his charges about the
Florida editors ".selling their editorial
space by the inch.with sentiment thrown
in," etc., etc etv., etc. Won't our ex-
Governor editorr have a live-wire time
of it though, ,'ve'ning up with some of
us "corporation or influenced, owned
2x4's," who have dared to criticize some
of his official acts? but who still ad-
mire whatever of good there is in him,
just as much as does the St. Augustine
Meteor, The Brooksville Argus, the
Arcadia Champion, and some others,
that are always telling the people what
"a good man our Governor is."
Funny that Jacksonville doesn't "trot
out" some citizen to beat Frank Clark.
They seem to want the whole thing up
there. -Tampa News.
Sometimes some people get too hog-
gish, and stria for the whole hog. Of-
tentimes such get only the tail end of
the hog I It may be just possible Duval
will get only the tail end of it in coming
events. Let's see
From the feat that so many candi-
dates mare being announced from Jack-
sonville, now, does this innocent ap-
pearing little paragraph from the Me-
tropolis not Jar onthe nerves of you South
Florida Democrats: "Worth, and not
locality, will be considered in selecting
men for oflee South Florida will have
most of the "endidetes, and their merit
alone will be considered by sensible
men in other parts of the State who
seek the best in public servants."
The following paragraph, going the
rounds and credited to exchange, tells
much truth: "When you pull down the
town in which is your home, you are
pulling down yourself, and when you
bmild up yourself you are building up
your town. Try and bannish from your
mind the mistaken idea that all 'good
things are away off in some other lo-
rality. Give your town all the praise
It can legitimately bear. It will cer-
tainly do you no harm and it will cost
you nothing; and above all patronize
your home Institutions including the
printing offie.
Next Thursday is National and State
Thanksglving Day. The True Demo-.
crat having, last week, published the
splendid and appropriate Proclamation


of Governor Broward, hopes every
reader of this newspaper, as well as
every citimem of this great State, will
enjoy the day in the true Thanksgiving
spirit. Let each soul of us give thanks
and strive to make some other soul feel
better. Every lving one of us have
something to be thankful for, makes no
dliference what seeming or genuine
earthly eled may hang over us!
WANTBI Roem 01 for t house-
kwP~nbfh2rafur bured.Ad.
>reee p jas asia. *lt
,..'.. < .- A .A '- -.". 2;. *..


=Mdve
d that
.birteaa


he w
klobW


.,- ati & blee -

Spa to b- e&Mgayamtoaee doul re. '
is true.. Thy shom e vafoesee. If the extra see 4ler
t en t owle to 00e, then the peooep ofuW3 r
,ato of alogo. cw utu m a ,1
Store hop It will be remembered that t Iwv ad ,
' 1 active mpals e wpa beth 06 i
I, this week's esse will be found John N. C. a.to at d t
le address of Hon. Jeffrson B. ro were tehedd up
Browne, candidate for Governor of dolable ss. figting farw
grida, delivered at the Wet Florida than elaimed was tw peoL'
PFair at DeFunisk Spring yesterday, torest. During the memoMnb CM
November21at, 1907. It peaks plainly, ts before the leginatare, wbcm .
slomly and sensibly for itself, and ap- B took to the w d'a3" .
prs in this newspaper that or read- up the Call foree, ome a tim
as may read and know for tbemselve the oth in the House. Qa 5 *
Just what Hon. Jefferson B. Browne other will probably b6 elematLi
stands for and will be and do it elected candkists sey tas, tey
to the office to which he now aspire. thought Mr. Burr will withdraw ,
Small weekly newspaper men cannot
afford to give space to long political ad. Tblee is uorLwh i
dresses and campaign articles, and Mr. these ta isesK o
Browne, like Congressman Lamar, does aeb. K)DOL Is offered on a
not expect it, hence this article is paid teed plan for the relief of
matter, as all like It for all others atulene, sour stomach, M
which appear will be, and there will be ea, and allst you donach't
S'SINTIMENT THROWN IN" withthe and YO hedbe attms when you don't w
no 'ei NTIMENT TH1OWN IN" with them right, when you are drowsy after
either. __ __ and your head aches or wh yost w
tImulatvon With.u Irrta n no ambition, and you are crowaw-
Stmlation Without Irritaton. riabe tb ake a little KODOL. Its
That is the watchword. That is what gets what you eat. It will make y70 ,
Foley's Orino Laxative does. Cleanses healthy. Sold by all druggists.
and stimulates the bowels without irri- FoR RENT Half of house, fumrnIO
station in any form. Sold by all Drug- or unfurnished. Apply to thief O .


tU*4=1 ------------


Why


a Backbone


Beats a



Wishbone.


"Trouble with most
fellers," says Uncle Si
Simlins, "is that their
backbone is mostly all "
wishbone."
Uncle Si's sage ear-
casm applies to people in
every town. Some of us
in this town might study
it with profit.
You wish you could
succeed in business. You
wish you could do as well
as your neighbor who
does succeed. You are ..,
overworking your wish-
bone. Give your wishbone a rest.


It's tired.


YOUR BACKBONE NEEDS EXERCISE. IT'S
BACKBONE THAT DOES THINGS-NOT WISH.
BONE. STRENGTHEN YOUR BACKBONE AND GO
t UP AGAINST COMPETITION.



Marshall Field had competition, but his backbone gave
him the nerve-to advertise big in newspapers when adver-
tiing was not known to be mss a Necessity of Busines
Life as it is now universally recognized John Was-
maker had the same sort of backbone.


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Their backbone backed up their wishbone.


Backbone builds business by booming business.

Business Is boosted by backbone. 4

And the backbone of business newspaper a
Mring.


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APPEARANCE


* APPEARANCE HELP THE FtVIT
WILL NOT APPEARANCE HELP
CAN HEHP YOUR. APPEARANCE


THESE


THINGS:


k Tibet Suits, $12.50 and $18.50 values, for
- 8.50


VIA WHY DOES
Iath.c.~ge sua.CHOICE APP!
3 4 ue. ECAVSE I'l


TITT ONE
COUNmTS. ir
MAN, WHY
eb YOLU' WE
am 2 kitmcwAND WITH
elm @mmP "m uo ) en's Fine Blael
W oth" Wo n ly
60 _aim j vp mmft
-* Q e IPMen's Fancy Ras
4=&m a& hNi&
sam a tz ail Wus1 Men's Blue and I
keaa *wet, aW?
Tk= do! -k ha gtaaabatIs wMen'. all Wool

-s mew w e" m amato cc
A VPIIuVwaW 4to h:q mom T. ry.
Who i A 1. MWL M n's ll W ol J


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owns Ligi
bW be Reg,
TIM
tbillm" bepeBU43
wek C ewerk CveIsstCa.
amAVTw p"5y1Vuzs.
W ~~Clerk Circuit 0 u

,J~fUf5*7d"~i In the goeend Jadicial Circuit, Cireultsod
e. s.mei. m ~V~ OMit of Florida, in and for Loon FIN)
md eES "IN. outy-In ChSSWey. Reco
ofdmto Im 1.minlom "&000" "VO.wDivea*&
~In.'Lve lm at awau v" m AM m Uz
~~.ath.~:'49t mqli at
4; -0a Z=NOTICE t
W Notice Is herby givon to whmom i
a mysomam tht onOctober 9th, i9(fl,
pus' W b.,iut N" B arrio Iavy withdrew troin the
ftm on.f LevyDame., the aumiemmrelgue
60 havwing pw~aamd his intnt t in thel
=@@ad badmm he"wbusimea, wil be eontin-
Usfed "by w W9 MO U.- ti
Ipm anr the old fim name of Iawy rme.
blew- 0AARON Lift.
edw October 5thONO! WiLuAm Lavy.
ddeA. chkr *1 3-4t

A w a b
T. OUR16 le.
mosoem maw ame.mtd. m"N4d iae
"'5 ~. c.p-.-*m s th be' 00
&,IffwrU W Asb 1 16


Black Tibet Pants, something nice and good,
S $1.50pair


sans Pants good values, for only


V.


BEHOLD
,ASSORTMENTVd se the PRICE
ri W Mage. al or Skein Axles
--......................------ 80.00
ht Two Home, either axle, a.o0 to
.. .... ..... ......... ... 40.00
,. Two Hm,......... ... 50.00


allty and Prices Unite.
ranty Attached sad no Complaints.
tonra from AroMsterdsm, Ga., to
ida cot and numbered by hun-
is. And they an still ooming M
re one isot of eight another is
ALLY-If we fail to plesMe we
'ommend other Dealrs in the city.
Respectfblly,
TULLY & VYAEGR CO.
Tallahae, Pla.


44-


Thbos. Watsom-
was from out of the New Yok
"Watson's Magain," but he at
once stabllAhed a Magazine and
a Weekly Paper of his own.
Watm'S MfnSi. NMuM e
Price per year $1.50
Watson's Weekly Jeffersonlon
Price per year $1.00
Both together $2.00
Address,
THOSE. E.. WATSON.
Thompson, Ga.


attention Tobacco Growersl


THE OADSDEN LUMBER
(Office In Quiney Florida.)


CO.,


- $4.99


Let them furnish


you estimates on any kind of


Building Material.


Yours for business, order now,


Lumber Co.,


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. ... .. .. P-NW M ArNi- 8UJE r s a. as as a a s lo i 4.
40 41"moft* aheba dn3be Go fte *ssm. but do it quleWl.


glin Over Coats, $7.50 value'for only


R. WILSON.


Are the people to order your Lumber,


Shingles and Laths from.


Oadsden


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THE JEWELEl"
sot


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ON,


Own a
ChafingDish.
They admit of much
hospitality. They are mi-
ghty bpady, and they're not
so expsm ve if you buy
here.


I


Silk
Umbrellas.


The, very best heavy
Silk Cover, I'ith Gold and
Pearl and Silver and Pearl
Ha in artistic desines.


Silver Ooods

In al tie latest creation
of the silver smith's art,
embraci'ngomb Brush and
Mirror e Military Sets,
Silver N1olties, Etc.


Cut ass

Wat Set, Berry Dish-
es, Spoon Holdes%, Celery
Dishes, Vases, Puff Boxes,
and other ornamental and
useful articles.


________________________________________________ ~* U
4~4


Clocks


e md nHm lfoermatloe.
CONCORD, N. C 11, 16 1907.
Editor of the County Paper, Tallahas.
see, Fla. :
Dear Sir : Please send me a sample
of your paper. Enclosed find stamp
or poetage. wish to find out the con-
Sditio of the country in the vicinity, of
N 4ouety as well as the industrial status
ot the city. By reading your paper I
xat b able to get the information I
want, and If not, I shall write to some
on whose name I will find in your pa.
S wish to know particularly about the
staple crop, and to what extent money
willn be in circulation during the three
months of the year.
% =aaktl you In advance, and trust-
lg to reevo the paper by return mail,
I am, vy respe ctfu
J. W.UOM AN
Box 466, Coneold, k. C.
The above Is published to show our
readers th s eest and advantage to


S d iM l o nice roo os for eouplea.
Miss Mattle M. Whatley, North
e teet. w-at
ar Joeo Lhster, now travel
nor eHuteh on shoHnoui
Av has been among hu
S friend again this week,
sad imo OW over In West Florida.
Ap roo of them new umbrellas In
Mr. T. Nichol.ona' show window,
which ise advertising all over the pa-
rthis week, some gremny from
S Ia bank" got himn elf into trouble
S b them Wast week. Ask Paul about



R be t o tion is already somewhat
improved.
Hr. Mh1i' Antl-l'ain Ills relieve pain,
V. J. RANDOLPH,
CIVIL ENGINEER.
Ex. County Surveyor.
For Sale.
MY FARM JUST WEST OF
THE CITY LIMITS.
EIGHTY-FIVE ACRES,
Adapted to Tobacco, iDary,
Truck or Poultry.
Well-wooded, City Water. Telephone.
Convenient to Depots and Schoolm.
About 12 acre in reclaimed pond, ex-
cellent for Celery.
Comfortable five-room House, newly
painted. Address,
A. L. WOODWARD,
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General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
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Prescriptions.

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


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Poei=ohereb~* etit that On Wed- L. MoDtpt 1tqI.tni' .Flit. 160
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tOo borale UiNhIlm 5. Broward, as i. L. amA JVie k ,ckN ,, I ,, Fli., 10
M binwl oo 1Wa not W Governor of the jt (o Fl orlds., for Let- shares.
of II Iaf o afew .h. btrsPatent Inm under and Stut of
t hatluauhls an s mtimde b ithet amer oi yvUle Tobaceo county" of Vw .ii )
-Company, in aoc oe with the ereb oti tFIRST IN ALL THINGS.
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&IWl Jth- w 41eiliOt aw C. G. MURRAY. 1. Hoover, to s ee e,, i,, known
I til MOO tA Lme to be t 1 -, r i- Lin and
"ha so'Mal fand w without U. HOOVISlc. k.sut bst0JlS 1,t.fore -
', I t t her of' PROPOSED CHART3M Oi THE IIlAD- going Articlts o orn Inror-
fMDe moeratle m urt* or otherw t FORIVILL TOBACCO COMPANY. p or'tors et the radfori '
wo _('llyati*,The understand torts ho Vo\ ,ny. andseverslly -
i by y party L U" The undersignre iO rto hr..ey for.,m.l.that they ubs\eril. ',:,, '
S. aoclate: themselves lter for ti,- .iir'- tiereto for the tw and ,. W O R LD S P R O G R ES S I
asprnlt can place himself in poste- of forming a oporin, i th der xle ..ed. V
S t rthe.e"iedesdro statute Sof t. oandk l h S H O W o ,S .


Starting of politics in ts United States of Amercea and ttitiii or. Judicial Circuit, Leon i ion B
S s deal sin Is made Therselkin vennadot. The principal offices of seiitl cor- t Rr:b u .. I
b orTheradfrdllbe dTodvil4 C on Anleiy," G-t ti

ls"es i uftcientetoKeepup anan- The general nature of the bu.itr.s to aftienvit of the complainant. .\xI'silr.
S n state of air in Florida for be trirtfated by the maid coiori aod In iiiiiifio- o that the reideue ofn m-
l lnthtt hence at least. These lon thaut io planting, cultivatiing., hing. frla.t. Satilda Robineor. i unko~
tei el dc i tentione iarenot, we be- rcidln''li'. 'lulii' rikI ng.allklllall' iil.i I t.a. I r. bilt in. i e no, penon l n tno Sn,. "1
for111' 1C ihulling, buyida ung ti. t i Iig i.at .b i.'s ri.>aiiilR. ih. utbpoettia b'nd r!i i p'nn -
fo e i b t i interests of the peo- aY tT all othr farm jiriJiu.i.ti; pIi tr clCii AI11.itl Iiiin tlie ietid tnsllrli.ii,1 i. t:ll, h,
or the State, as they tend to disturb buiidingn. huyliig, leasini Ii i .i..,i n t ti.' sn.i dtrfndrnt tI ov. r iii,." i. -4 I
I uit ufa in tokep and the hagrmo of eI'luirini. a lia tt Sir iiii ft i s ta of agaithe hi lrl do y f .oetarliiKo i t, rl thr e ild llurlls for i i'i,' t '.. i- ali tli.toh .Vlrant. MBthlln t,.i. l.nson. I... I
th ee tee the people wil/ di-"ll)oliK Ef 1trilt1 ir.' fur N iiad i,4t41i'- 1l. t Ihi dv~endalt, Mat, ,, I: n14 i,, -
o, i peopl and uittl 'll builliingK4, Lltiin ii n; w;ir.- 'nlui ail i hereby r4quir, I i ;,ipp -1-


S eon candidates and isues, and then houses and puc'klii houses for einritig, thi' .omplainiat' bill of (i',i11niiint, nl
e ia beg handling and preparing for market, leif Monrdny, the th day of Janlltniry. A. ID I
S nulqinrabusinuss an be has- tobacco and nl other farm pr \' \
g w da oti betewell ta merchnndlse ofal any land re\. y klinl nI wi'ekc for eight sucoaielv' w.".Mls In "TI '1h1 4 .1 t.
l odttenouto tew the way i those nd chrll'atetr, ind sw and make. hiy aril Trnl ]%ismo.crat." a newipi, II,. r Iltllled t
Eai.ehet of that issue desire, but the sell lumnibq r iind other bullying llnit rlls., in ti, c'ity of .tallahissie in s .ll Cnity
S pioopil fight for offlc cannot until a to raise, buy arid sell Iiv sttoelik .f 1ii and St te.
eil e n tlon is held Now and for kinds; borrowing a4d len ding nmotii, with llltess Ietnry T. relkl ct'lirk of th t
SOOan r o without\ sRecirity; lsulttik aRni '. ll11. f'rirc uit eolnrt of eon COlurity. ii"il;i. ;lidn
"";U Kt half a year candidates can be bonds andi otherr negotiable Irlstrlinrrlnt; inh .rieli thereof, this Octiot, r .\. I. i7' ,7,
trotted out and their virtues and good buying an ml I.ning or otherwise l1n ii uiri t if 111 i''I It d a y.
I8tenltios extolled and their faults and and hiolring ral state; letting, s .llirng and (.n, a iNRYY :l.Kl,.T.
S iletnominggprohlaimed. We wish that ('OIl'dil 'li eLstalte; owning liul olr- Clerk :, t liI.
hoeoomi proclaimed. We withat ng aw l an; cutt11 l, llawin uil nid .1Arlo t cr epy. Ato et: .
SIt we t c a tomary to hold theae politi- ufacturing lumber for nl lld ily Inirposf li :ENR: l Ti. FEILKII., lr k r l'
eal Isue ,in check until a given time, whatsoever, nnd conducting n KgeII'nLl rI r- 315-tw
and that time a short one, and not have Itailt. bsbs;ines; lld lito buil, ii'.;. i Adtaltnstrater's Notice. -
them ding in the ears of every one olrit.;it \-(..vsn.s, tranmwiays. ;l' i i1. o(htr1 TO ALl. WHOM IT MAY (c,\t'l;lis: NO )-
for so many days. Well what cannot velilcles. unltomoblles and otht r nI.;iill (n i tice i- hereby iiven that I. Ith,),; |iiA I : ,I. 7 l.
be urged must be endured, but remem- triisitllprtltiii for the tralisport,.itlii of W. A. I)Filly. Admlniitrator ,f ir i.ite ,f I ,ta. T
di, ex tolled ,nt.pdin th et, fau pirodutts ar ,t,,,,arty hiarriet d. sttyn;r, will pre,,inti :,,,, i, :,,.Ii It is in every sense Quality, Size and Variety-A GREAT T.
bet, tme door 18 still lopn to all aspi- l,. ni trlfld i. ow ned, pairodu 'e r niil il voucher to the County Judgt. I.f l on i .. *- i
rants, whether they were announced at frli'turitd iiv I ,ii l corp illaon or (utII' i,.r- Florida. and stk for a fnal diciu>:r,', a- .in,,1 i -.
Oeala or not.-Jackaonville Metropolis. s,.iy or 'crpolations in St,,, I th- h :Iis -ss ur thils orpo.rtion.. oi'or- 1, ihl d day of October A. I. 1* Comin Al wayWs presenting and exhibit 16th
s .al hes h n t a han s V liOl'. etrc th' 1 1', 1111idf toberAs .
mSall T'ime OrsLhar one, a Thiamk-*i m g,,n,~, i. cowin, t ,,, I W. A,. l, iIIl ... \II ing performances, novelties,won-
bl444ms le ,u'Sb ttt 'lm' WIN' r i htrof eling lofW A.1 A dmistrAtm-te states ( f1wi -taoh if I4)
pr-4 ;1's AI .m4pocoratr o 1f te taellw : 1\a I.... i. by (dels a!lt felitures that are fe e
Dr. Jacobe, of the Thornwell Orphan- a ri,, ll on- r .ri,, tl,, nr ti 4,,1rc : ' f rom the ohld humdrum of the -
*age, Clinton, S. C., writes: ./w s1 g'l'l' lSI' Special ordinary tent performance. Ev- Thali
--whhhyenvuni,,t to, tsii pinlrpo ,s ,,or ,,F l lor ida. da d Bldhdde i Right f ry idea oeing bright, new and _.
"A little child alone in the world, its ,oIr i pnotI intv ilanid t4, -k I,.KM Bi.. dd.. tRig ht Train -ry-idea etng bright, new and
bright black eyes filled with tears, came atJt ,j.v .ll th, rligthts, ,powur. ,i1,1, l|ii- In the C'ircuit Court of thl Secoi .l .- i up-to-the-minute. V
to me held by the hand of a rood wo- il.eu 1 ,'ilt Sll) 4 r:4t i,,il dcial Circuit of Flordl.. In and for the --- 1t -
man. Only fve years old, fatherlessa, i. ,r .it I.;n ,,f ti ,. s1tI4.ii ,t i ir. .nii County of Leon--In n haniery, .
motherless, she finds herself, after a ALeici' t 111i. Gertrude A. Cox, 'Complhnantr vs. 0 letter lDay Male and female Artils.
a friendly traveler, at the door of the anrd,'. rti, N i s etli in. rt,1. ,, ,, l n e
Orphallnage But poor little thing, she "1.iwn;.is, y,,tiii I n. I. It having been nadgI to .ppear lWy 2A )inmiitive Shetland and Iceland Ponies.
knows nothing of where she is, does thre i;;hI,.i ,;:,,,, shar,. ,'r ol.. ar the affidavit of Com ,lainant in the t -..... -:)0 First-clas Band and Orchestral Musiiktn.
not even know theplace from which he 4,.." A. ill' lull Iuit ti, :i.t.,itck Georgi above cAa.e, that su'l Ihfendanth 1 Iligh-cla's Clowns and White Face Funsters.
came; she has her name written on a ,,f thits *t',>ll'4ii'inii 1ns orAo I,, t. .. ,lhI. in rt_______,t
slip of paper as an introduction to the il''iy' lt i,' ,1 s' i i n.1 i i ;sti vjilu- of Moultrie, county of ('ohlaiitl, .tatt of -.tt I J
kind Ifr. nds ho re toh Ie r x4 ,t,. h' ollilol'1., or Georgia; that there is i, l pra on i r tle,
r ren oaoereatrare ...i State of Floridla th f a si- Verily the Lim it is Reached Here.
aloods. So it was, only few weeks ago, 1-,,. ,l ,i t,''.,, ,,,,'irtyw olferdyantr ; f at tli ''r M;giiic<'Ont F Shet w hoe different. Tears are dried. ,r t .. ., g .il- ordered t t thste Hlois ist'',, ,,r, l' Oon i I oW'e.- ( 'an.ls. Muls. Dolgs, Monkiees, Bears, Bird 3bna
lessons that come to her daily. Falling .\iTi 'i.i: IV A. ('ox, b1 anidl i 'hr<.ly iwr,.'oulnd to piimons.
nto the routine of chapel and school i. ,,,i,t.ortl -hio i ... I -l,,i.,l appear to the Hi i ii lt I i ( ml ( I lv nt atioi nal (ymnic, E uestric, lc,
and dinner and play, she is waking up, ftr aA A L E t l 4Iatic. Ili\> W\rt, Iiyc.le.. Juggling', Vaudeville, and Statuary,,
her young soul is speaKein through lipes IIi~lth.1A lni i'.
and fingers and feet anddimlhed cheek. s T hit - 4-. 1 ,,, , 1411S 1i ish Some one now loves the little girl, %i.. i;;i,,,, l , I o I' i ii. 5 ..1. 'ir,.1- w .t'ks in the ,,*'I. Iv 'Il,'r;'e i'tii .. . F c
Some one puts her to sleep at night a t- ,, i,, ..., ', i lti itr t 'J lofth'is, iii ii t, w.i I I i I er eA. x is Ull i ,l in "the - - ---
tsri erhlp have whispered "Our a ;.V, t:,. ll. 'qi-, I. t;i; e 1, \y u aiiahar, ., ,n thtr stt,. ,f r At 11]: a. mn., on the Show Ground, a series of
their She is finding a home, she is lt...h ,tos ,i,. I,,,li ,'.. i: "o,, i Geli,,hh'rI s .tl iorida, ;utnhlty ,!t I n ....o. E ii: lFree Exhibitions. all of a new character and
flnd herself, she will some day n"""' i , hr ,ey ,,' .re ',Ir, Witnn s, emn' I Ill, I, f 't' thn the entire performance of me av-
fo er. S1hn. 1. htit ipcr ith I- i, li lir tula i nll said Court, iand 'll'' as t tll, I tl |nL'frns
God.- Pi~o., ,t i, ....I I%. thii... cr orn in t
This little child was welcomed to the l n l, irr', i'ii-- ,iii lo *. i ri kuti. ',i ridn, at t day of ( ctol ,w I concerns. i.
loving care of the Thornwell Orphanage t, ''-h,'. it ii l I 1,h1e. of 01n i ,, t1 iur ,h, e 1. Ae, -l..
Ee-w.ry14, o 2one of the 260 children in the ,i, (1 11. or.1 of sait k tr. lio Or IagN iiAN IAILIY. AI FREE. DON'T MISS THEM.
vh one of the 250 children in the !iiad I'(4n il,.ilti-og hrlii.' d11i./P istiullii l t lil. A true (('IMle.- - ie Bears, Bit& ant,
school of that institution had more or ,'riiati T1 ,ii. i,.i.i.IT .Aiit m-i A' cpt i - e _
less of the same experience It i t e i> i i ii M ii r Atte t- 1. t iIsK Iu., e l(htlt. - .. ..............u. - .....t.
that between them and grim necessity ;;' ,l,!; *:;6-40 -iFUDMAirFc DALY AT
there to-da strong walaof defense. l a.:,l i2lJ.i, n1 .... ,,, b, E, liS L Inr ilRIlIi rniL 2 and 8 i.
But the people who love God and little hli,,I't tlhr.... of ti : 1 r. ,'h f ,.id *i*
children ar. that wall. The orhnae n' at tir 'u .. hi( tt "" '. ,4,, ia r DOORS OPEN AT A AND 7 P. M.
is under Presbyterian control, out it Is s n, ,lay, fliill r, .I .'1ina ,1"iiv I'iresldoent. .p ', .. 'e i,,r hl .i.... ....r ____.
for all ou phans. It turns none away be- viu.I i -I'rs'il1..'ht, s.o, ;n I i Tr. Aur r, 1. ... .....l (.....11 :,,,.il i !,I ...... s.
cause of Its father's faith. There are ilied uih'h othI'r (o4( .,4 '4,, i)41'litn li the Li, ,e r ... urn. ,, .i,d
158 orphans from South Carolina under cl'rl I ot I i.s on eer s At N ght all l its care, 62 from Georgia, 2H from Flor- ;.' ',,r. l u,' ut'.i,', i: .r it itrl'. '" .' sp..i.. let rically li-iglt l y a complete Portable illuminating Plant
ida and the rest from ten other Southern .A it., fr .saIl f .,s. .x. "it that of .uI .i carried by thenShow.
States. Not one has a Hving father. .I'r-i" .inrl tI Vi r, . ii. m y ,h, .ld liV h l . --
Send rIft.s of provisions or money to u Iwe ;ire to 'otIe ,ii;n at oti.i tts l,,l 4srA ur YH Int CONTAINS NO
Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton, S. C., e ',lI'ii,;tion until I ...i.i.i. t. i i ii, at tti ',, F rir a AI N
making chelkl paysl ble to Dr. Jayobd. .heo. l Fere.Exhi.b.itis AlaoaB-d, sl HARMFUL
olao r or to n I liMerr ', I 'r'14e1'nl1t; M. 1 '
GTod. .l o re. i~ o. .41 Ill.- Wlwd- -I Illooov,.r, %'1,-]'r, aii o ,t ., nd C2. Mur- l I lw',
Fov RaTr The ofre ll occu- Iray, Iretary l.,rmiT,, ir.:I,. o.. Mort. I I DRUGS
ved by J. L. Neely, in old Capital City Murri y. C. ;. .1,1 ,n .0...I Mh. Iiov ,,r. ,i. < .> V, 0 .. . .
sank building, on Ist floor. Apply to o directors. t .T CU Cughs, Colu, Crou, L, ri li, Throat The onuine is in the
No P. ROthB 19R7. e 37-t :,' I urI'us;h,;e;n and Lu: ,Troul Prevents Pneu-,n ,ia l, Consumption VAlOW PACKAneE
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et te Wet fiedfs Vatt at thm d a oait upa tter
voteOf12to ,Wit sMs I. to thm to s- m m1
strike out all fvohateverc .
ngy-n pwhat is knowneatbeS 2ol l uSly or C
"a 933 DO1c3AWfo Io F For w1 It.-Ballot System. S. J. 917. 90t th seed I- whatever it bw Itd 1delTheI
had beon and the, i f ofhareof! bj itamrbe
Ems ft ofthe peopleWofth State f .r .el -c tmd in dm -i
O ffieo options was so strong that it was not long Rule and A i we
geue i Vo and solicit your before this idea was written in the law. Commission, a w"d y ei 1yt
features of FIR AJAVOCAT FOR SATS B Wu L .- dRegulation =4 an max
g E ot himself, I was the first to advocate State re-wasonoth m O;.; tat
to-now where he ulation of primrelections, and 1111*e interest of the peopoamW lasted by
questions and they can duced Senate B 1 8 "to rglate Mlthe IB ritrast of the poweo* famm.rwi.nV .h


PTshall a Kailroad Commisson, and advocating e ting my position on some emy. When a cloud is with
SC N AMpAIN. the prima election system, y record of t question that may be the electrici the bolt fall la nce to
^t WEL 00NDUCT cosAn CAuPAIoN. is good and-trong, and it Is remarks- sufuIture legislative action, I a natura law, ad weather it strkea
,' t about on' self is; bu- l that I Thou~l be chargid.wIth ngi lke perfectly clearmy views good man or a bad one, or dsstrovs
absout a"ione's [ndi a orIvotin ganm Il foarn atoE5lif on
fadgnitfd and belittling and mention o 1 and in e or L legislative. There iave in the execution of God's laws, and I
S"ta n augt for any high position. State onventioa since that time-o afvar g in this Republic advocates pledge you that I will see to the faith.
,a absolutely clean can the Stale executive Committee and in of twI t et theories of government, ul execution of all laws, regardless of
S, all personaltles, or if ~gislative halls-m season and out of The mmt of one, first determine whether they strike friend or foe, for,
]I- ot iMg enough to reach the (u- season I have been in the forefront O whwt -want to do, and then try to in the performance of my duties, my
'.4 l .hair without tearing down the fight for the people's interests, and l aw y justify it. The others first my spear will know no brother.
i( ri y T CLam not big enough for stranger still, that omeofthesechari amosrte what the law is, and thenli T.o lf CANDIDATE'Sn EX
St .ts should come from men not identina 4any t Ot, whether they want to or FAVORS LAW TO MIT CANDIDATE s EX
SU--w spirit that prompts a can- with us in these fights, but who we nt O is Autocracy, and an auto- .P. bNDITURE.
S l to down the reputation of then on the side of the corporations. erat h a. right to be in ofe in this I shall recommend to the Legislature.
un atn him for an office If I were suscptible to corporation repM i no matter how goodf r honest the passage of a bill to limit the amount
the exere of construct- influences or control, I would have his tetions may be, for our is a gov a candidate ma spend in a primary
SHe will tar down the over that side when they law enacted bycontit election. I conder thi abolutely nee
S m h~~. o tried s to tear down his oppo- here dominant in our politics, and not tfn P cribed method, and an- esary to the preservation of the pri-
Sh ah eourHe tends to his pe- at thi time, when the people are in the those sworn to its obedieneo. mary system, for if the present meth-
S nt. He will destroy sddle. could have been Governor in No man good enough, or pure enough ods continue, and there is every reason
S' d of upbuiding, 12 had I not been true to the in- to be vested with power outside the to think they will grow worse, me will
S-UAWoAL HISTORY. terests of the people in 1391. law wh ih must always be supreme. oon reach a point where no poor man,
S a ative Florldilan, and was born A SEECT meW WANT ALL THE OFFICEs. If elect Governor I willobey t law, or one who has no rich backers, can be
SWest a sufir elent number of The trouble, my friends, is, that in the minutest matter, as well asc in nominated nto a ,high oI and t
ago to b eligible for the office of there are some who want all the ofi.es;. the gatm tt, and observe it as humy mthi anor county positieons wi be wiatn
umot herWinA a bo fni Iw ere a rue tooirman yp letoco pls l is s ,a expet to be observed I s the the reach of those only, who ar ot a
Wlentr t moterci Ws no .ivrun in fluenc e r ec nr ole. ..
an ., l d to he od me n".i no ltis .an t -hey w-antOT h -e rinest eor the a rest fitiorsa. ore or willing te m ayarenoImoNmo ey
o y father was brn in vnr- them o ut of their way. They think t o o, Iw eyte scoitasell t b tint. Tose whi o ene
A cuI tote o w n sor i 18 e. l'ae .nt VOTtRSh t o be 'not age tor f the legislatureateah reg- I favor prohibiting the althe of intoxi-
a t he la.tmrv l voror thne t J on p o orn of the umer o offices, and try to cfui t a n thomem o bei temedo. riepa- fIe idan
nn that met In 1e8 and ftramdihs efrtmehenrankseof the peondhi o e the laWt, arno exdine to r so e way or staher roe tha tc.- I do




tt e 8 ndm evo and tmy HEL VES. s as ma be deemed expe- es ys te rohbition caut ft o polite d
S, t h astitution under which orida th e who dare rto aspire for an o e build ep a law abidec ing ci e. ad vat i., ktheat sitd o
Sadmitt e to the Union in e th, want.n That s the head and front he bCo s titution of Florida povi : b te s n t empteoy reon
..... .a ThUr LAIRJUM IN TIlE (.REAT o y -- -N Ren'ling- "The Governor shall communicate by PROaitiTION.
STON thIHT Ory lor m wanot the VOcandidate of any to tinhe legslatueate r I fter- Art. 2. and politically if intoxicating loquors antoxre
S a a attn cer-ration. cque, ring or faction laThe rit of this enactment prohibite not soatng liquors in the State of orda
I Ws.e factor to be taken en the tate ot Flora. I did any int erence b the Legislatcomm ending Riht heclaration may lostate for me thedid not
Sv.er p Y,. .T ..y not call a meeting or hold a conference Exutive or Judicia Department of Governorship, but if it does, let it go.




So. ISL3 aoPn eidel of the wifugh ty man or rwet of men for th the goverment with anArt. of the rights The Governorshiptage l knew that it asts only four yearsld
i tat is an n urpoe of determining whether or not or prerogatives ofho er, and I re- but the consousness of riht, and dut





I waMy moth er wa sbonoIn St would enter the race. After decid- oe rd this inhibitexct as moet important weh performed, will go win, me through
nae, msntod wni ing to be a candidate there were two oroides that the support of mervation of a true relief










ed. Myfathertwasbr^ nfinss-t courses o fe to me The first wa to canIformwofgovbrnment. Despotasmoe wto NOT ATTEMPT TO INFLUEsh E ORn
ad cam fo to Floridx wa o.afaitnerest c e, tro many constinpionp iepp sed of the Gernmentof the State of ElofE- who are my warm supporters win thout








a^ the a t oaf the crporaoans truraedodmnotapte meos. ofl ith es lkcl idt shal l ris er died i ntoermt os thmreeeD tr th the a ofta coffrompe.th








theConstitution Tunyer e n the other, was to make my announce- servation is that whenever men try th I e wb ut If shoulnot f
+ Uolre and proved pure Id. oent fiet, and ,olecit the e support of the to impre thir views and opinions e ectd y myse








i Mt A mw OVT TO TH CAU O peopl after. chose the latter, and I up constitution FILLING VACANCIES IN COUNTY OFFICES.
S. assure you now, that there wa no has given equal and co-pers ordinatoperly belonging Anald agos to withis the subjc t ofes,
S.Ot n onert to the theory, meeting or conference, or gathering one of the more for their indivts sh all exerad- for I was the first to declare fofes which-
hat pop and not the cor oration any peron in my ntert, rior to m vany emen r and peularity, than fo either bitmay occur durMy positing myi term. I h ave no
S, hor wan fighting the bat announcement. I purpo avoided general welfxept incasevelt is one design conre to build up that personal machines or
a people e against tremendous anything that could C the htest d- of this type, and I regret that we have by appointing my favorites to offinancally
th oular side and I did notth candidate of any corporation nter him, and ass ande that they are "The self governmeally if intoxic and atI pledgeouous noware









a il Theodore Roosevelt made il et, ceor coterie of men, ring or factiongrat People," and of this enactment o is the if elected I will nl all vacancies which
a to actose t e aten of myself that no newspaper friendl voice of the peopleth Legislative This delarationin vio may occur in county ofes, uponr me the
S. There are men cryin to me hawih any man or set of methe leader lent dovernuncat ion of those rigwho dffer Threommend action of the democrat exars,
Sman" at me now whoe of fac eteron." with teter orno or emgatve ornamental politicse, and I re- butive committee of rigthe county if not
ow a s Ow- efontest- but I oJ enot think RATIOn the racANDIDAT. DOd gar OT DRAWibit as mot Important we a nominatethe Governor w ill th elect
bl to deceive th pple. in to hve never bd ate, there were two for the preservation of a true republi- life.tiv committees in every
AV ALA Avot ty-two eon 1 courm not one now. Thand never expect w to My form ofgovynoment Despotism of unty m the State, and the peopleOR









T oea o o MhoaN. e one in the uture, unes by "Cor- draws it n c from a Republican, who nminat the Governor can be trust-
of on prse olit i v r 1 ration Man" t meant one who i ab the nor do I sd ha the doctrines of ed to neet executive committees which









SaSdvoese 'ofbsj i. people and the coira n, and who dorse. He has undertaken to control CONLOCT or .TATB AND FEDERAL AU
fg Itht wro oul dnevoe hasvbuch ~ittet and thus start the construceon e me ol ae e erised or interfered I will not attempt to inhuence or al-
-fap ticlmice, o toThe.. ... bak t. e ._ .t. o, ad ithe trol nothe slrnthtest degreenis the lecton
te om those t okhn n That w in not a tppesa to mea It ma.ed great writers on Government ays that fte phsu e sha.t ion avl enos ed o the
can. po d.s, bef. tru ted muc h on the old convention system, the worst forms of Despotimsm have rp i ,i n eipon btit w oudsamet h on.
w.vt protect in pal tert without the adn vanotage of its o publicity, flourished in Democracies. My ob- buinione up f a dgs y .asty f yan n
t o td tocght.ofdgmanyerrnrsafsueerminssorwthetroornt or presi entof heerand- hheshtad
To hhy wero tri in thne Trhe other, was to make my announce- iee-rvatin is tta oI whenever men tryw e rf e io wroa ur
r ot uroe m p as pure gola. n ent fLirt, and solicit thee wUpport of the imres theor views and opnio l be seecte y mysef.a
SA IW O-i-Vsd T. TO T le CAUSe O- people afternh I chose the latter, awnd I upon hose to whom the Con titution FILLING VACANCEi IN COUNTY OFFiCE.
SOE assure y ou now, that there was no hs given equal and co-ordinate owers, Anago to this i te subject of
I m metE new onvert to the theory, meeting or conference, or gathering of they do it more for their individual ad- filling vacanes ii county oflces which


S B"edin mlgioes, longd before it had agree justify a charge that I wa s the In Floridta some Democrats whoemulate believe Pn party organtsatin, and local


fd thIW t, Thn are amen crying to me hs re erre toh me as te lt er lent denunis of th le o er recommenatmi n of the aemora ex-
S S iSltofan li" at iesu t now who of a faction. a h s with tion hem on la overnmental polities ecutive lcommitne ofthe county, no
St with the corporations in A ORe t ION AN, OR A CORPO- er
Si peoetanb d tthio a aterent that nominates tue Governor W i elect
S lo to deceive the rple. I have never been a corporation man; Rte PUost UCAf PREID mNT .new nxeuteav* w cummittees .in every
"U V tWAYS pAvORED cTItoN AIr I s a not oneadow, and neovr expect to uMy Dmocricd is not of the ki.nthat county, in thuepSa and thepowpl
oITA e a oMMISe e tION. d n o ne in th e future, unle by "Cor- u raws its Inl e from a epulcan, e who nqm nat the lovernorean be trust-
I ,m y earliesptpovlitieal career I p fration Mea"is ant one who is ab- nor do se shirt vi the doctrines of edns to ct executive committees which
W1 A-- aN aCvocate.of strong peil eulutely fair In dseidingl between the Mr. Poosevelt Somthern. man caien- Will properly represent them.
is .Ip.eopIe a wn Wohen r ath Iolle and the co norat-ions, and who dotm e. He h asdertakehnf to otrol CONFLICT Or STATE AND Fte DERAL AU.
owfor I n Law Waig rein altd in practices that .trit Im parta lty Ian his andadictate toCongressohevet has ,:p-ro
Is" sid- ena of the Snatt h and thaling s with them whclh a conses n- ternmptes to sWhpe the aecisions of . T.N -rithfc
frb"tph In se of i, u jtiu oervance of his oath of oIwa e the Courts, a d hars denounced Judges Ae.note . gat q question, isndl t con
D mr wia onedofIsch vital atnduires, Jesus Christ laid down the when they havo dsecthd accord- relic tgofe rnimet Sates andgState aoun-w
"'- ...d ....asm vote pr"aevted r c forallomankindtoIfolPlow eo in adto what thovto be inthe ,lctd,--,, ll,-- ....vac............
wsmtoesmy ete lh atondw henh e oftheWInnineth hi o uerinme nth tdemptof the
Tefn arme thc cyg founded his enfr ies by tditmnga them law alth de Itl in accord .who hise Govmend etroyothed powerscof
limp i ts mitmer and fut ,t plto Rnder unto (."ear the th wihet, he ham violated evernmn r theo of 'the States. This I shall resist winth all


IWtu pwim h thmbeorrtiansinh t that. bel, to the corporate te pM, erimarnsuccson sttUtilOns, by ill encroachment upon

= =Ienrhp.na sirng. on the day lI(I tt IONChD peopleO e of our. greatest thortynot sant-oned by the tO tem.. by *.lAta o inatestheovenor othe risect




i' ~ ill~m i~polto b th Gveror p --__.____ -- .,,. ,. ,-. wears now emperiencing. JudgeJetar C.


and 0p0 of the reasons given by som. DiD NOT VONNULT WITH ANY RAILKOAD WIU. UZ 'r w a
wo f Tvored its repeal was that a va- MAN ABOUT CANDIDACY. gre., by the Sh t Stahe Ju.attempt to nulify State lawe enacted
em the Conmm sonwras about to I have not consulted with a railroad cua", upon M r aths foof the tates att regulation Statnd relawtrant of the
by e onhom the 'it ma such usurnp.l.newould have never for the regulation and restraint of the
,.w sooe wo yt di wt .n or the representative of pnymrall- bo -- amdenpgded b th rafiroads. is a legacy left to us by the
iit. In order to meet that objection. road with reference to m canmdacy, p I? S!K tfst sen victory of the extiee ant-corporation
w thewraothat Ir. knew o e.y, l the W not.first= victory1of theextr vem. .of ani-.. o, oaton
r the further reason that I knew and whatever support, i any, I got acts onthepart of element of the Democratic party in
th me ..to have an effective from that or any other source must w M but mis ed other rth Carolina, who fumd with the oe-
Sl e Wlon as to make it come to me with helear knowledge icon '& "e etetad J t r C. Prichard
i l troduced Senate Bill 181 on and positive assurance from me, that nole w to hel thU.. Seate. They have coun
i u rwid f or elecU the if am elected Governor I will not be restoele wthee e rparta t M.Fr. to-nat whoan so
S... bill .P th. influenced or controlled b any yuth t, who ihathe an hit a raed wYereveor
led to House corparaton or interest, or ay n and thy it. without r t
804po "o r AJb IWONS. or faction of men and tat I ad I mritB will w ay benlt Wr not from
I a gthe earlIest advocates of alone, will be Governor of 67dwa o NoT Aer-.Ae Uto owtey are reedy to use
| e u.h^ prese-nt Ballot Sys.- I will not be a puppet the had of n any cb to r io Wt. They wre
Sando n the t day of any man, faction or c tlhor, nor oonmoL T33 IB LATUaRI foienmst In t e to have te d-
I Introduced a con. wi l t a beder or h ae any te- It ww be m piesMare to r- oerat Oo mth aidetake to *=ad
Ss forte tio A e ftadto egtaln a oe wm ad t. e malm ad

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treat our eourto with en i

ftroin obCr aig Justice

revoke their w o.eses O
no longer a moored a l
came fore the U.
in th asof The Homen
pany vs. Morse, 20 Wail,
case a Wisconsin Statute
1870 required an Insuranee .
doing business in the Stat toi
an attorney upon whom
served and to enter into sa
that they would notroemove;
trial from a State to an
This act *as held unions
__su a similar act.pas "id :
U. 8. 186. Intheseaste
that it was "The exaction of l
tion or agreement from thiM
not to exereise a constitutki)
which rendered the statute I
in Doyle vs. The Continental
Company,94,U. S. 5832 and a 4tomm
case decided last ear by the
Court of the Unit States (Thi
ity Mutual Life Insurance QMi
Pruitt 202, U. S. 248,) the
that "The State may compel a
company to abstain from the
Courts, or cease to do business tn
State. It gives the company noptlS.
This is justifiable, because t o
ant has no constitutional right
business in that State. ThMt Bjsq
that it shall not transactbusionse r ,"b
Also : "As a State has the poftretom. "
fuse permission to a foreign insurome
company to do busine s at Iall within its
connines, and as it has power to wti.
draw that permission when once glvi, ,
without stating any reason for it s e i
tion, the fact that it may give wh*atI
some may think a poor reason ornona "
for a valid act s immaterial."
EACH RAILROAD TO HAVE ACCRDZ D TD
REPRESENTATIVEi IN FLORIDA.
I favor the passage of alaw requiring
each Railroadjdoing business in the State
of Florida to nave an accredited rep te
sentative residing in the State who
shall have full authority to adjust hit
differences arising between the people
the State and the Railroad wh h-he
represents. This will prevent a great
deal of friction, and the people will
speedy relief for vny wrong which t
may have sustained from the rallwoi I ,
I have undertaken to give ys "
outline of some of the policies that
will advocate in my messages to
Legislature, and I trust that my v g
on governmental matters meet with
your approval. The candidates are be-
fore you to choose from, and I shall "
attempt to detract from any of the
other gentlemen who offer these
for the position of Governor. Ithou ld
not prove my fitness for the off te if
show them unworthy if I could, and it
I have nothing more to comm nd my
self to you than an attack upon th ,
I am poor material out of wieh to
make a Governor. I would not wi lirat
plant a thorn in any man's bosom, per
would it add anything to the satli ee*
tion of jny nomination to know that may
other man may be disao e'
pathed by the result a ndI ask my
friends to conduct their campaign IS ,
m behalf upon this principle sad
th, spirit. That I am ambitiousM
this high office I do not de. e .
my first entrance into public INe I hvo A
made a study of governmental a Eold
to try and fit myself in some dfre to ;
o rfhm nthe duties of high ofc if It
were ever myptood fortune to obtain

force of my convictions ef saekbi per |
sonal advancement through uay coure
of public policy of which my honest ee -
vietionsul are not the main spring the ati
But my friends these policies wIn I -
favor if elected, are instruments e
my higher sirem and purIpo, to h
peae and good will to our citlama, i
remoTe patisahip from t de.
yop le and from ith pubic Ufh El..
vernment ,a "
bedry and wt r m un s e det r i
petiao tal i so hhoe I
ing revere hy god fown to i l
breathed his dying wlam
"Let have am D ate't
we haof had mc
anentioaen in apr -I I
and welftae of


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f a it wouo be in Uncle
a a No money hoarded or
S saf, and every one who
'dtaotit It in a good and
-t ind we have in Talla-
Sm Tea.
*Oa Saturday afternoon, November
at the residence of Mrs. J, J.
Ies the Woman's Club will give a
A musical program will be
Werd, and refreshments served. A
.ca invitation is extended to all. A
e will offering will Be glady re-


cover cost of mailing and handling. Ad
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A cheap, slazy umbrella may answer Am
S ri an April shower, or a gentle GOD PLUMBERS
> s r rain but when the winter [ __ 8,-- ,i
I endit from all directions at Wad GQDD)OI LS
a tingig sheet of icy drops about
yaou neck and face, you want an um-
brea that is- warranted not to turn will come promptly when you
-i-W de-out nor let the water 'phone or send to me for them.
S l. You get the latter kind from
P T. 88 I haven efficient force of
Dem't make your anal arrWmets workmen, a very complete
Sthe winter until you have caed equipment, and am prepared
KmI a Ma"d.- Whaoaeon North Mouore to make repairs on short no-
boet. o o o 8-tf twice and at the most reason-
Dr. ha been in able prices.
tn ofe te I am also in a position to
in I P a Ia supply you with any needed
r of.at ;ee .usion, plumbing equipment, and
do twasain two ,days, would resectfully request
L hel a G A awanta. d ufatO or that you call and inspect my
.... --. .... A" "wii.''" s tock of fixtures, and let me
SDaTi Mters, at othe Confderacy estimate on your needs before
a..R p ri a Silver Tea, to t placdng a contract for any
Se the of Deember. Thi thiing in the way of plumbing.
ID. b e 5 o .. a...ffL ant iLet me tell you about Haines
S T huay ndo. Jones & Cadbur Co's well
P. T. Niholha has a window full of known Sanitary Fixtures.
aew umbrellas, both for men and wo- k w nitr x:ures.
DI'om r mS-th haM b.e flx.d .re No trouble to talk it over.
t on which will be given the annual 1o&) o.
of the Lades'Aid Society of PHONE 80.
se Presbyterian Chwnch.
The editor has e another de- R. J. PHILLIPS.
Astral ride" withClf Hamln in hisl
t Hl little ear. and oM this oca. I
I Teeday, to & G. r. & A. deetan
return to th officee. If you think of /
j 1a&gasng an automobile, *e him about
Mr. . Cadwel, Piano Tuner of -
&AlbanIGa. is the city, a guest at I G
an-he Mawr koe
f R CaldwelL Piano Tuner, is in the J L-
isity. Orders left at Sweetings, or
S'bonme 101 will receive prompt atten-
Havolin China in the ttiest designs
,aad the very best y can bet pr- i
med of P. T. NiEoisn wh keeps a ---
Sand p line of all goods usa-
feed fi a st-ela upto-date
jelwry store. . W s
The guests at the "Cooing Out Ban- 'I ,
quet es to have had a qrand time-- /..Of /iJ
at lea1t, all of Tallabs e s delegation


Broward. who Went ea w the East
; Gmt to look after the Iminage work.
state Supersttendet 'Holloway has
be off "dedicating" another school
[Idlr. Mayo has oected a hand-
e brick school of wBch her citizens
S ua pmud.
Si newt thin1 out for making cof-
StbA Coff Pereolator. Made at
with alcohol wicklea lamp.
asl.t e way is a most cleanly
beverage. H.N. Sweet-
SiOR w you how it is done. 39


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D. R. COX FURNITURE CO,


WM. CHILD.


OPENING


FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY
Wednesday,
October the Sixteenth.


Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.


Tallahassee,


Florida.


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ror hbe&dach* Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain PIUm.


GEO. W. CHILD.


Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.

Contracotrs and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of
all kinds. -
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
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and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
Lime and Cement for sale.
All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our work to be first class in every particular. Prices
reasonable


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PHONE 87.


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th- a hol nowheo with A lueom will b served from ton t amit s Cu-I 'Cre
* ,.jl "- wth'f unti U m, eoBsti of turkey, saad. Is take. lateinafy, scthg dirt oos
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Y.O.U. deouc fede clu Also. sy ste M. cudther eoa by tm w the foum b.
mt"ms you sod ftx In to Utienter bybtilhcltup theoki-
Sadv ieumeit in your hom More than half of mankind over sixty tOtidsd iina nastum i doing It
"---...---- ----- years of re suffer from kidney and work. The proietors have so meh
lhaged Nel, bladder diqodwe, ususily alqagement faith in its e ve owers that they
UTNxP yW THT "x ot glabds. This is bothIanfulaand dan. oner O HunAe Dollars for any ma
s-h to f, *. and roy's Kly Remedy that it tais to cure. Send for litof
^^,Sbe take. aMl t l thfe irst a' Ofsofdah SS**
m A4E theaMI tor, as it comrrets lrreular faadhas Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
Iwww aL p eured many old minof this disM. Mr. O, Ohio.
JO MM AL . Rodn BnettW RoekoMo..writs ': old by all dmrggists, 75e. Aug. 16-tf.
hoi.i.mt, o 4. -----'4M. "I .u..d with %I prtrate ^^~^-^ -----
ft noTaw-glaaond and kidney trouble r and Seed Oats.
after0 t two bottle of ro y Kid- 700 bushels of choice May Seed Oats
MI elRny1 btmtuer than i have for salad. Apply to, or addess
*U5 .frl, A a,. r 8m a W, h ams.m now 91 J C. Cove.,
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With an elegant, up-to-date, and the largest stock to select

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further continuance of your patronage.


Again thanking you.


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The Leading Jeweler of Middle Florida.


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mother daughter of the house
I the rpsof dainty lassies who
I guests with delicious cream,
candies. Coffee also was
by Miss Carrie Brevard, and
ated by the waitresses with cae-
I.
of the receiving party who
ie to bear sway the honors
be fair dubante was her "flower
little Isabel Gwynn, the damty
afghter of Dr. and Mrs. George
.mm Isabel carried ou the
ithe occasion with all the grace
nity of the older ladies, and was
the centre of attraction.
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Death f liss Fannie Green.
Mi;is Fannie Green one of Tallahas-
see'sa long-time. residents, thed lat
Thursday night. A stroke of paralysis
on Wedneadry morning, from which she
did not recover, wa sthe cause of her
death.
When Misn Gre man, she went to live in the family of
) Mr. T. G Rawla, of this city, where
she oc er. This position she retained, even
after the death of Mrs. Rawls, until
all the children were grown.
A member of the Methodist Church,
Miss Green lived the life of a consistent
Christian, and did not dread the natural
approach of death, fearing nothing but
a nand lingering iltnem, from which
eativ in HTalla Aee, except one
TIe Terp H. Prichard. For three
earspast Miss Green has lived in the
house with Mrs. Roberts, whoey kind-
eas and attention was unfailing. The
funeral took place on Friday afternoon,
from the Methodist Church, Rev I. S.
Pattoedon officiating.
The pallbearer were Messrs. D. R.
Cux, bert Walters, John DeMilly,
Marvin Collins, W. A. DeMilly and
Robert Mickler.
The Temple Quartette gave an enter-
taimment last evening at the opera
house, which was attended by a large
audience. In fact, the body ofthe
house was filled to its full capacity.
The quartettpe of male *inger@ divided
the honors of the evening with Miss
Chandlern thi Reader, the enthusiasm
of the audience being about equally be-
stowed. The Lyceum entertainments
ihave. thus far thip year, fulfilled the
promise of the projectors thereof, in
bei of a much higher grade than any
that ave been brought to Tallahassee
during former hnseaH
The Postmaster Gasconade, Mo.,
Daniel A. Ruh, says of DeWitts Kid-
and Blader Pills. "I am doing so
0%, and improving so fast in healh
that I csanot say too much for your
Kidney & Bladder Pills. I feel like a
new man." DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills are sold by all druggists.
S Any life is limited that in confined to
,uvrsy temporal interest., that takes
boko ~upon the things of the spirit.
Te range of its owsibiliti*' is san piti-
small. It may be crowned with
success and surfeited with
pleasure, but if the-e is no out-
SFa, how mearer such a life
The veriest child of poverty,
is" 'iin the posibilitift of the
.. e to is greater and happier thin he
triuols his millions but has no
--Ee'a Heral.
_AlM-ala PIs relere palm.


church.


LFrlda, Preiytery of uwannee, and
Presbytery of S Johns.
At theh o n ta the Synod heard
the Rev. Mr. Porter, who represents
the Southern District on the work of
the Amerian Bible Society, and at 11
o'clock, a sermon on Christian Educa-
tion by Rev. J.. W. Waldeo., D. D.,
President of Paler Co ofChurch
In the afternoon reMet of Church
work *as continued sunl a Journment.
The serviess of the eve were de-
voted to the consideration ome and
Foreign Missions, led respectively by
Rev. B L. Morris, D. D., and Rev. Jas.
A. Reaves, both of whom made Instruct-
ive and impressive addresses.
Thursday was devoted chiefly to the
consideration of evangelical work
within the bounds of the Synod,
and hearing the reports of the com-
mittees applied to mami*s Presby.
tereol records. The most interesting
feature of the aftertoos aemao was
the consideration of the port of the
Committee on Schools and Colleges,
which elicited more debate than any
other subject that came up before the
Synod.
Thursday night the Synod listened to
addresses by Dr. Wilkins and Dr. For-
sythe on the subject of Missions, after
wnich the Synod adjourned to meet in
Jacksonville, at First Church, on Tues-
day after the second Sabbath of, No-
"vember, 1908.
RESOLUTION OF THANKS.
Resolved, That the Synod of Florida
tender to the pastor and people of' the'
Presbyterian Church, and to the corn-
munity of Tallahassee, our warm thank
for their abounding hospitality and
kindness during our stay among them
We beg to assure them that we shall go
to our homes, bearing with us, the
pleasantest memories, and feeling that
the Capital City has fully sustained its
high reputation in these respects.
Rev. I. W. Williamsoa Testifies.
Rev. I. W. Williamson, Huntington, d
W. Va.., testifies as follows : "This isto a
certify that I have used Foley's Kidney I
Remedy for nervous exhaustion and i
kidney trouble, and am free to say that t
Foley's Kidney Remedy will do all that d
you claim for it." Sold by all Drug- i
gists. t
In the engine room it is impossible to 0
look into the great boiler and see how t
much water it contains. 2ut running t
up beside it is a tiny glass tube which
serves as a gauge. As the water stands V
in the little tube, so it stands in the
huge boiler. If the tube is half full, r
the boiler is half full. When the tube
is empty so is the boiler. Do you
sometimes ask, "How can I love God?"
Look at the gauge. Your love for *
your fellows isthe measure of your r
love for God. You are no more right t
with God than you are with men. -Rev.
Paul M. Strayer. l
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve penetrates the pores-thoroughly t
cleanes-and is bealing and soothing.
Good for piles. Sold by all druggists.

e WetWadooa l
Go to Schoemaker's stales and see
the Russemll Wagon before purchasing,
they are the best and cheapest and wear
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aet ao i g the occasion
one of W. The mu.
ft WMary Talbot
Walt cd,. AlblrtShin%
cormnetisa WIerthemor, a
oeM? temeix adu itstI and
inspired rr l r guests,
buT, some orI! as well, to
take part I nof the dne.
SAbout. occ upled the
floor, aS hlf dosen
or e U oXollple. Their at-
d was of much gratifl-
Catio tot- dloti whoa
gt it iseA Tl.be of such
raren oeeurrm toxe comment,
ev" of ape-I!rr. The Ger-
Rman w" t BirOwWnthrop, and the
favors wer OWd interesting.
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eleveno sloeku, -]sud two hours.
The next doaeo w be held after an
interval of two weI e. 0
1-- 801-teli1-s a Celd,
but never toNe tke0~oae of Foley's
Honey and Tar. t t the cough
heals and WIM Isand
prevents panmoni by al Drug- **-
gists.
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In the Circuit O S cond Judicial
Circuit,. V,,,_ tv. Florida.
Petition to EahhL, tTax Certifi-
cate and t Thereof.
Noah Hawkins vut,. T, Felkel, Lugs-
nia Hawkins, j l Hawkins and
Noah Hawk u.
Notiee is erb gv to all persons
interested hm llrn-aiW r in our Cir-
cuit Court, Sf dial Circuit
Court, Leon Con. Florida, at Talla-
hassee, on Friday. W0th day of De-
cember, 19(1I, sfi 4lw cause, if any
they can. why tIhe o nal Tax Certifi-
cate, and assmlMMnt tIherof, substan-
tial copies of whih are below given,
should not on petition of Noah Haw-
kins. filed herean on November 1st,
1907, be established in lieu of the origi-
nal Tax Certificate and assignment al-
leged therein to have been lost or de-n
btroyed by his mother, Lucinda Haw.
kins, in Jacksonville, Fla., about eleven
years ago; said petition alleging that!
said H. T. Felkel, Lugenia Hawkins, i
Sallie Hawkins and Noah Hlawkins, Jr.,
are the only persons interested for or Lj
against the re-establishment of the
same, substantial copies of which Tax
Certificate and assignment are as fol-
ows :
TAX CERTIFICATE.
STATE OF FLORIDA, xN i
County of Leon. )
Office of Tax Collector, Tallahassee, l la,
July 6, A. D. 1891.
I, R. A. Shine, Tax Collector of the
County of Leon, in the State of Florida,
do hereby certify that I did, at public
suction, pursuant to notice given by
aw, as required, on thesixth day of
Fuly, A. D. 1891, sell to H. T. Felkel,
the lands described for the sum of three
dollars and fifty-two cents said sum be-
ng the amount due and unpaid for
taxes, costs and charges on the de-
scribed lands for the year of our Lord
one thousand, eight hundred and ninety ;
that H. T. Feel or his assigns, will
therefore, be entitled to a deed of con- J A
veyance of such lands in accordance
vith law, unless the same shall be re-
leemed within one year, by the pay-
ment of said amount, with interest, at
the rate of twenty-five per cent. per
imnnum : said lands are described as fol-
ows, to-wit: The northwest quarter of
action eighteen, township two, south
onge one east containing 160 acres in
he County of Leon, and assessed at
inu hundred and sixty dollars and -
cents.
Witness my hand at Tallahassee, Fla.,
his 6th day of July, A. 1891.
R. A. SNE t
Tax Collector Leon county Fla. /
I hereby transfer and assign the with- !
B certificate t6 Noah Hawk ins.
H. T. FELKEL. [Seal.]
'his first day of November. A. D. 1907.
HuNRY T FzLKCL,
Clerk Circuit Court, Leon County, Fla
L true opy. Attest: H. T. FZLKEL,
lerk Ciruit Court, Leon County, Fla.
Beal of the Circuit Court.
Leon Gounty, Fla. 36


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41 0 R ssaV FVR VAoT WoaaMOU fledg, ood all around, tented how
J. to town on vriday or Satur-
-DON'T GIV P dany,@or83th. On tla ousion.
tDOWT Iv UP. th Greater Sun Bros Wortd's Progn-
tres ayive Shows, will unfold their tents at
SIf ouve tried and have not won, the show grounds on Pfshes square.
Never stop for crying; This popular amusement institution is
All that's great andgood is done now on its 16th annual tour and is
Just by patient trying. breaking all records in giving immense
S1 satisfaction with the performances re-
Though young birds, in flying, fall, sented. This season the galexy of en.
Still their wings grow stronger; tertaser are all new comers, and in-
Ad the next time they can keep elude William O'Dale, the international
Up a little longer, equestric expositor, who has excited the
io Tho' the sturdy oak has known admh'iration of audiences in both conti-
Many a blast that bowed her, n"nts. TheLa Paaque troupe of Aerial.
She has risen again and grown isat, the Graceful Groh Acrobatique
S Loftier and prouder. troupe, the Juging Lambertos, marvel-
Itby easy work you eat, ous club experts, lgret Oatrando, bone-
Who the more will prize you ? eats marvel in inkd-air, Miss Vinnie
Ga ithc morywfm pdefat yo, ? O'Dowie, accomplished tight wire per.-
Gaining victory from defeat, former, the Boyle Brothers, a duo of
That the test that tries you. physical culture extonents, William
S'Phobe C'ary. Tessier dare-devil upsid-down equili-
SiLF I u TIC. brist, tdi sisters Ortana, tape zist par-
SDOBS MINSELF INJUSTICE excellence, MisikMinnie A burn and
From the fact that he almost always a Group of blue-ribboned cake-walking.
does not take his people into his confl- and high jumpinghorses.
Then comis, hLe cirriculum of ele.
dneen, the governor does himself the in- phant actors, educated ponies, cannie
Justice that is charged up against the performers, the acrobatic and tight
newspapers, generally, when he is crit- rope walk ingmulesand other wondrous.
L- sed. The i iv Oak Democrat has the ly trained domestic and wild animals,
S, Th lvOak eocr h all invariably received with many ex-
following in its issue of the 4th : clamations of "Oh's" and "Ah'A" by
We have been really anxious to know the children speeatora.
S f there was any special reason for the The Sun brother show is noted for
S nation ot the governor In reprieving the its promptness In preserving the best
Jacksonville rapist under sentence of of order about their etablishment, this
death. Now that the Board of Pardons together with thei.esotaUful equipment
ha" refused to interfere and the wretch of everything and the high standard of
is to be hanged Friday, the motive for the exhibits presented makes it at
the governor's action is brought to once the ideal show of the period and
S IcJht, The staff corrpondes t of the the favorite of the ladies and children
Pensacola News in Tallahas says : everywhere.
"Governor Brward's position this On the show grounds, which by the
CON ea has not been fairly stated In the way will be located at Fish's quaro,
press comments. Two weeks ago,when and which is admirably adapted for
he, granted a reprieve to this negro, so show purposes, will be erected a mag.
as to give the opportunity for the Board nflcent plaza for the presentation of
S f Pardona to consider the easeo,be had numerous, novel open-air, free exhibi-
bfore him a very plausible show tions. These will be given free to the
that evidence could ibe produced which public at 11:80 a. m. '
would prove the innocence of Dock
Mack and establish the guilt of another A Narrow Escape.
nigro. The pardoning board was not G. W. Cloyd, a merchant of Plunk,
o mined at yesterday's hearing, how. Mo., had a narrow escape four years
ever, and Dock Mack will be hung. ao when he ran a jimson bur into his
The statement in the above, that the thumb, f ie says: "The 'doctor wanted
governor's position "had not been fairly to amputate it, but I would not consent.
stated In the press comments," s not I bought a box of Bucklen's Arnica
t to the newspapers. The prealve and that cured the dangerous
ard, but ax the law had run its full ..- l
course in the case, even to investigation In the Supreme Court.
by the Board of Pardons, and no inti-
S nation was given to the public of a ,Nathaniel McClinton and Mary Mc-
claim of newly discovered evidence, the Clinton, appellants, vs. George H.
Ctitlcism of the newspapers was en- Chapin and Mary Agnes Chapin, ap-
thely natural and, to be expected. In pellee- D)ivision A. Appeal from cir-
a asea like that it is quite proper for cult court, St. Johns county. The or-
the Executive to take the people into der as aPpealed from affirmed The
his confidence, at least suffciently to onion of the court by Chief-Juctice'
justify a uiNpnhnnion of criticism. Shackleford.
The Coler case Is another m serious Skinner Manufacturing Company, a
S TheCoorpercae inration under the laws ofthe State
one, too. Hlan the Governor ver given of Illinois, plaintiff in error, vs. E E.
the people of Florida a single reason Douville, defendant in error--Division
for keeping Isaiah Cooper Jailed so A. Error to circuit court, St. Johns
county. Judgment reversed. Opinon
long ? That Cooper case should be di by Ju t rCockrell.d. Opinion
posed of one way or the other, or Gov- Z. T. Daniel and J. D. Finley, co-
ernor Broward should tell the people of partners trading under the firm name
Florida Just why nothing is done in con- of Daniel & P l plaintiffs in error,
nation with it, and why Mr. Cooper is tio und the ws of Now Y a cork, da-
kept in jail. fondant in error-Division B. Error to
circuit court of Dade County. Judg-
It's a C7r1t mit affirmed. Opinion by Judge
to neglet your health. The worst neg- Hooker.
teot thaIt can be guilty of is to al- garrison Khi, plaintiff in error, vsa.
low aon blllou nes or anl T tate of Florlda, defendant in er-
liver or Ba trouble to continue. It 6s Dp-Divison B. Error to circuit cotrt,
i ti systm s nd maY JaYkaon county. Judgment affirmed.
Wtoa rio renidi,,as. Tak Opn by Judi* Parkhill.
Bs ^ Hea t Bad eat lb"AolutI Anna Brown, alias Anna Goodman,
well The sure a re for ay d all sad J. F. Thomas, alias Peter Thomas,
Lroubleaofthe stomach. liverndbow plaintiffs in error, vs. Eridhya Banka,
oe. Bold by Hardeo-smlth Co. Martha Butler and Alfred Butler, her
v-.^^^ ^^_-. husband, BIlsaberh Hampton and James
P aau l lIa. Hamptn. he r husband, Edward Ed.
Miss Lewis, of Tallahassee, pare mndm and Mark dmund, def, dendant
through r, aterdiy, on route home in error-Division B. Error to circuit
from the North. court, Columbia county. Judgment
Mr. ad Mrs. Walter F. Coachman firmed. Opnlon by Judge Whiteld.l
d Miss May Coatehman will arrive G.leas M Polt plaintiff in erro, v.


MiM Maria Manning ha cometoaend ascik Glon, plat ff in error, vs .
the winter with Dr. ofd Mrs. Wi-liam The deats of e da. defendant in A-
S. Manning, at their pretty home on ror-Divieton A. Error to Holme
Main street. Mins Manning hsi ben count circuit court. Ju lmesnt af-
hepedin the summer in Eureper ae, thm reverse Opinion.Jby Judg Corell.
i a universal favor in Jekonvlle, F. Everett Plat, pit in .rror,
and society will cordially welcome her vs. John T Rowand, defedant in or-
Times-Union, 16th. ror-Division A. Error to cicit court.
Miss GraSe Bank, for two years -DeSoto county. Judmpent affirmed.
pust efficient stenographer in the oflce Opinion by Chief-Justleo Shackleforl.
of Hon. Huell Cook, left this morning The Louisville and Nashvillo Rollroad
for TallahauMw, to accept a similar po- Company. plaintiff in error, vs. G. W
sition in the office of Governor Brow- Sutton. defendant in error-Division A.
ard. Mi I BankN has many friends Error to circuit court, Holmes county.
hore, who regret to see her leave, tho Judgment reversed Opinion by Judge
wihh her very succisa in her new po- *Whitfteld.
siUon. Hhe is a little lady of rare ac- Joeph N. Clinton, appellant, vs.
compliahments and deserves every cod Wm. A. Colelough, appellee-Division
fortune that comes her way.-- Wash ng- A Apeal dim ed. Opinion of the
ten Verdict. court by Judge
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Jules Salomon, uf Tallahassee, candle. For years I was troubled with biliou-
date for railroad commissioner, ts in the nes and constipation which made life
oity for a few days soliciting the sup- miserable for me. My appetite failed
port of voters. Doubtless Mr. Salomon me. I lost my usual force and vitality
will poll a heavy vote.-Tampa Tri- Pepsin preparations and eathartie. only
jb=&. made matters worse. I do not know
All rd of paper for Letter anywhere I should have b today had I
BAiralde ofand pSatementroLt and a nienot tried (Chamberlain's Stomiah and
Bill dsad taementanIc ivr Tablets. The table ve the
stek of Envelopes. We print them ill feHv r b ets. sthe tbro the di-
atd mso near what the travelin ile elng to e the d
ead-beat will charge you that it wi ga its work natureosly.-MKpiat Potts,
ollrmlugham Ala Thaews ae bts an
A new Investion in the Silver DeLpolt for by Te Tallahasse Dr Co..
Ware. Deieate traceries of silver do. .-.-.
posited eam taty Venetlan and Bohe- Richard Logans, colored, was arrested
Sware, rmd one of the dainty last week for caryi oealed wea
fitngr weik on the window pane an w a w
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S*m rTeba"Om lw I .'a
A rom Washto :tin dV t
prelimiSnay tan P lthe
of AKri aslt o 0lo
Corn, which mndit.lA total
yield at 732,. 000 bohob, SW-
we bOushels e41in.
M lh yield of O0. lM.
e ll 0*a 0. The average. a tj
10Iwo8 per cent., I
irt 9sph cent. IJst yer. re.
Nl that about 4.5 per eB L(U,-
M9O, bushels) of the corn erop l5) (
was tMll is the hands of farmers i No.
v4Ob 1,19M7.
The linary estimateof the aver
pr acre (4. po ltsemI.8L
bdMIs,s ginst an avereyMUd of
1U2 2 elMiM in 1906. and a aZ-ym-.v-
srge of 86.5 bushels. A total proe.4.
twon of ft0,427,000 bushels is thus idi-
eated, as compared with =18,O0000
bushels fa 1906 The averages toqual-
It is U.8 per cent., as compared with
VU oe year ago.
The preliminary estimate of the aver-
age yield of tobacco i 868.8 pounds, as
compared with 857.2 pounds in 1906,
and an eight-year average of 786.9
pounds. A total production of 646,218,-
o000 oands in thus indicated as com-
pared with 682.429,000 pound, finally
estimated in 1906. The average as to
quality 1i 90 per cent., against 84.6 per
cent. one year ago
Weaderful lce--a Coe.
"Our little boy had eczema five year,"
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Don't be in too big a hurry about that new


Suit and Overcoat.


Take plenty of time


to look around and be sure you get the

best.


Above all don't go elsewhere until you see

the magnificent garments we are selling

at $15.oo, $18.oo, $20.oo and $22.50.


Betterthan Custom made, more style than

ever, "Crack" tailors give (and a far better

fit) altogether a garment that will become

you, and-that you will be proud to wear

anywhere.


Tallahassee,


DUVAL BROS.,


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Florida.


-LCAL AND PERSONAL ITENS. Mid-Wlater Kapesitles. Teyr Umeartbd Supecmeas.
As the time draws near for the formal Out near Lake Jackson there are
opening of the Florida Mid-Winter In- several unexplored Indian mounds, near
Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dentist, office ternational Exposition, Jan. 15,1908, the which ploughmen and well-diggers are
'stairs, next to telegraph orltce. request for space for exhibits increases constantly unearth ing varloas speci-
Th No& 257. S-tf in volume. It is now settled that one of menm of indian manufacture. Recently
Bon. John L. Neely made a business the finest expositions ever held in the Mr. Wm. H. RAynes presented to the
STMvi to Jacksonville Wednesday. South, will result from the energetic Walker Library a small collection of
The Tallahassee friends of Mr. C. S. efforts of the men who have wisely these relies of a by-gone age and peo-
h, who now resides in Texas, will planned this grpea Exposition. Not only pie, which is very Interesting. Below
I' w"to know that he hsi will the be a great number of exhibits, gve a list, arranged by Mr. Raynes:
r ras a illustrating the resources, and demon- .-Coprolites,, the fossilized excre-
d a very satisfactory and creditable strating the products o Florida, but mentooextincit animals, notably, the
.'.mami.atlofn to practice law in Texas, thetretw ase 01o Florida. but monte of exttiact animals, notably, the
' s agitng n id examination there will also bedisplays of goods from Ichthyosauri found on the shores of
Examination 9 per foreign countries, including one of the Lake Hall, i Leon county.
Sfnet exhibits of Japanes goods ever --Seminole arrow heads, found on
Seedl Call at Yae~er- shown in America. Donaldson anhb.
Bethel Co.'s for your Rutabaga 84ed. The plan of the Exposition is to bring 8.-Clam shells, turned to carbonate
tf- together, and assemble under one roof. of lime, found at the depth of 100 feet
' Mrs. W. M. McIntosh and children, the various and magnificent fruits, flow- embedded in a mass of rock, while sink-
-i -apnled by her mother, Mrs. Nieh- er, shrubbery, native woods, vegeta- ing a well two miles northeast of Talla-
S leave today for Savannah, where blues, and above all, the cotton, whichb is hsse.
Will visit Rev. and Mrs. W. N. the staple product of West Florida. 4.-PThem of Indian pottery (Semi-
There will be a complete showing of the nole.)
.Mr. J. A. Woodward, of Ocklock tobacco of this State, songe ndus 5.-A piece of rock used by tim In-
, was intheW city thismorning and tri phohate, etc. thi class of dians to reduce their corn to a pulp
Saant visit d advan exhibits wilbe especially appreciated with water by rubbing it on another
by the Northern tourists and home- flat stone.
ofrii. seekers. 6.-Apiece of cral, turned to carbo-
SWeek of Prayer services of the It seems probable now that quite a nate of lim. found on digging a well at
VIP. M. Society of the Methodist number of counties of the State will the depth of82 feet.
4robeh. will be held every afternoon of exhibit at this Exposition, also that 7.-A round stone about two inches in
est wwk, include b w idaty. Thbes Daytona, Seabreese, and the Beach will diameter, on which Is carved a face with
u~' p al will be held at the parsonage, have an exhibit under the triple alli.- distinctively aIdian features. This stone
wdaU women m tereted in Missions, nce. is in a state of almost perfect presorva-
hether members of the Auxiliary or J. H. Whitner, of Sanford, has s- tion. It was found near one of the In-
Wc,,are cordially invited to attend, cured space for that city, and an effort dian mounds previously mentioned.
A delightful impromptu dance was is being made also to have Orange 8.-Two buDets, found on the Donald-
g*Ioat "The Grove," resideatof Mrs county make an exhibit., on Ra eh. These have been used in a
Rehet Hunt, on last Saturday night. In the next thirty daysmost o the smooth rifle, and doubtless they
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Winthrop and space will be disposed of, and then the were used at the time of the Seminole
Mrs. R. C. Long were chaperones, and management of the Exposition will set- war by U. S. soldiers.
a charming evening was spent in muAic te down to the work ot thoroughly ad- 9.-A lead seal. such as used to be af-
and dancing. About twelve couples vertising and booming the Lxpoitiun. fixed to cases of ammunition by the U.
were present, among them being Miss I One feature that will e. apprecilited S. government.
Davidson, of Quincy, who was a guest by the citizens of Florida will be the 10.-A Spanish howitz.r ball, found
.,of honor, both on this occasion, and also modest admission fee of Z:, cents, chiil. at Fort San Luis. near 'T[alahassee.
at the German Friday night. side shows and attraction. will be on No Case on Record.
among hes. Ira alahnd Sam San srn 25 and 15 cents basis. Wth l ow excur- There is no case on rei'r:1 of a cough
among en n sion rates, special eveits nidl days, or cold resulting in pneumllonla or con-
Mr. Green- Will believe he transportation from Jacks. u x- urn tion afterF rolty' ilney and Tar
I r t ellIWsneve yo1 believe mni when n-poitir. grounds, 10 cents. i,,utd tip has been taken, t it will Mttop your
tell I was never before engagedoany and occupying only five minute, eac cough and break ul your old quickly.
ir. Miss Summ r-maid-Oh. I knew way. the Exposition should ,e well pat- Refuse any but the enuuine Foley's
lit te b first time you kissed me.- ronized by the people throughoutFlorada. Honey and Tar in a fellow package.
Illustrated Bits .. -- stains noopiates arn is .-afe and sure.
ee y." I A Tiny Baby Sld by all Druggists.
Lo, Bunch of Keys., containing can't tell you in words what the trouble -
abou half r i is; but if it's complexion gets etpaty, if e orse Colt.
soam at this office and receive reward. t gets weaker and weaker, loes, nfesh A red bay horse colt about 2 years
and is cross and peevichyou can be cer. did, with mark around left hind foot.
I tain that it has worms Give it White's blase on nose, peculiarly marked uhder
Cream Vermifulre, guaranteed harm- tail. Information leading to recovery
less. Expels the worms and puts the will be rewarded. $10o aid on delivery
baby in a healthy normal cordition, to C C. THURMON.
SSo3-bv Hardee-SmithCo. -- 39-2t Coles Sweat, 1I-on county.
Va-U Mr. J. L. Thoma&, of Woodville Notice.
Neighborhood, was among his TalNlah- Notice is hereby giveih that Mr. H.
Ssee friends agaa Tuesday. Hill h eased theTallahasee Steam
S do Fo SALa;' Sp!lendid Buggy Horse Laundry, and all business regarding the
With good qualites J E. oodwad, Lanadr mst be trasatedby him.
Chairs, Fla. 8-2t ]*3-lM
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All accounts to come before the
County Commissioners 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.
H. T. FzurL.x
Clerk Circuit Court and County Auditor.
Nov. 16th, 1907.
Hiss Alice Carry Dead.
Mrs. Constantine Algero received a
letter last Tuesday, announcing the
death of Alice, second daughter of Mrs.
Geo. B. Curry, who is a sister of Mrs.
Algero. All.e was born in Tallahassee,
and, when she left here a few years
ago, gave promise of a beautiful wo-
manhood. She had Just reached the
age of seventeen. Her death occurred
on the 8th inst. at Scranton, Vermont,
of typhoid fever, contracted at Boston,
Mass. The sympathy of the True
Democrat is extended to the bereaved
family,
A Valuable Tip.
After exposure, or when you feel a
cold coming on, take a few doses of Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar, and it will expel
the cold from your system. It cures th
most stubborn coughs and colds and
prevents pneumonia. Sold by all Drug-
gists. *
UVale ThaaBmlgving Services.
In accord with the proclamation by
the President of the United States and
the Governor of our Commonwealth, the
citizens of Tallahassee are invited to
unite in a Union Thanksgiving Service
on Thursday next, at 10:30 o clock, in
the Presbyterian church. Sermon to be
preached by Rev. J. H. Pruitt, of the
Haptint church.


HORSES & NULlS.
I have just received a car load )of ex-
tra gooxl Kentucky Hnorses and Mules,
which I am selling at the beat prices
Ste me before purc'hain(g.
39-tf '. A. SIAIoEMAKEi.
lu the District Court. of the United
States. Northern District of Florida.
-In Bankruptcy.
In the Matter of M. VEwarnl. 'Voluntary lank-
Srupt.
T,, the ('rAWitor, of M. FAwanlr. of Tatahamwe. it,
th, (4,unty of Ion and itutrirt aforu..sa,l. a
Voluritatry Hankrupt:
N OTIC I. HF.RKEU GIVEN THAT ON TIIPH
IP-h dal of NuovmbMr. A. I )IMW7. the aki WM.
Edwanrds was duly adjutdicatm a bankrupt. and
that tht frt meteuoft hi. rrditorp willlti held
at Talahasame. In thetnit.d Itates Court koria.
rn the 9Ui dr of Nuvembew, A. U. 19iM. at ten
'criock In the fwareon. at which time the crdlt-
WIN Mnay ttAed. PrpaV their claim., appoint ttru-
tee. uxmine the bankrupt aid trafnaet any othef
buslnes pp"a wI eoming beor. maid meeting.
Dated at T aIlMBS. within md iMtriet. ihta
Novemb r19it. A. D. 1M07.
Ws C.o ousm .
WSt 111146M to 10kruptew.


November 22, 1907e
Dear Friend:
Mama said this morn-
ing she was very thank-
ful because there was a
first-class grocery in
this town. She never
has to send anything
back she gets from there
because they won't send
out anything that is
not the best*
We'get all of our Nuts.
Raisins, Plumb Puddings
and Celery and Cran-
berries and everything
for Thanksgiving at
this one place.
Your friend,
Jacob.
P. S. That one plao is
T.H. RANDOLPH & SON'S.
Pelaters sad Setter Dogs I
Have a few trained and untrained
dogs-410.00 to 40.00 each. English
and Birdsong, Fox, Coon and Deer
Hounds. Pups $10.00 pair. Well bred.
fast and furious


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J. C. RANKIN
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Nothing can touch them at the price.
Specialization is the reason why.-rlbuy
nothing but absolutely the best values
in buggy, carriage and wagon harus.
Single Buggy Harness, $10.00 to $22.50.
Double Buggy Harness $17.50 to $40.00.


WAGON BRIDLES.


-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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LAP ROBES AND
HOWRE BLANKETS.


I have the lar-
gest stock in
this section for
yo'u to select'
from.


The Famous CHASE and

STROOCK brands, Lap


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


Robes,
,$15.oo


-from $1.50 to


Horse Blankets, from 75c


to $5.oo.


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Cor. Clinton and Adams St.


Tallhassee, Fla.


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


GILMORE & DAVIS CO., Inc.
'HARDWARE.


DISK and CUTAWAY DISK
CORN SELLERS,


HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS,
CORN PLANTERS..


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


J. W. DEMILLY,
Veterlaary Phlyslclae
md Swmpo.
Dental Work a Specialty.
OFFICE
SCIMOEMwAS STArBS.
W. D. Prstorlus,
Panel Director
AND )
Lleeawed Bmbalaer.
NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
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Prices.


SAVED!!
50 pw*r m of yom Sos* by hev
A. R. S. TWINE I
Repair your Boots and Shoes. FIt Class Work. Satisfaction guasateg.
Also we have in omnmtiUo wiemy abho business the
NEW YORK CTRANING AND PRESSING PARLOR
Clow Dl and PreaMdq. Fiut-3as Workmnm do this work. Yaws
to t. OU Paama Hata Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 34 sL. oM No. s
NrXT DOOR .TO PINCKoMICY'S RITAURANT.

CONSTANTINE HOTEL
Centrally located intar Capitol
and everything the best. ..


RATES,


$1.oo PEBR DAV.v
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NEW GOODS


Are arriving in daily bought at the
right prices and will be sold at a
very smallprofit. . . . .


Dressers from $5.00 up.
B e ds from $3.00 up.
Ch airs from 50cts up.


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


TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


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