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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: January 3, 1908
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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TA.TAKHASEE, FLORIDA, F AY. JANUARY 19o O..

Oood Oovewment: Honesty In public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.
lho-u w 3140W. aft--" -
ToTmTV h wa re a.us..unta.- OUR VERY YA9NG **0.-sea s sianles l REV, CARTRk
Th~apaTrb ad *tl 6-a uslA ttarrne ImurlWlbl.UN
S HAKE IT GOOD t *- 41 U. 3. SNATOaR 1V PASSED AWAY
_V% sfcwww si'ea&g BM to%^wf lmu nPi*kS AWAT
-- E! for dwgreat ofe fUnilted -Iwwiaeodenainto
he as the mIe-Wiser Ths wle newsi. 1ru "Naliveown W Aat Staw,'s Owb wellmTebh-o fsl S Th e eroWas Det
T^ will hardly be newsif i ftrue",a-h "l_ he klaw. The U,. '* re *b Ue .1 b. Ws
1351gi155. .though t may be important. =1. iheuld be.no partisan pohliticsa I theotf. s T ay, the 31st.
mos weaderful attraction or MThrie is0ti softee Wi The St. Aqte useOrd and the iaW gen lmand .Bills On Satry saalst. the28thast.,
4 lb i t is t Broasd we"rFir"ft t to a Live Oak Dmeuura WMtA followilag, bee 0" at 1:15 'cloc, the aged Dr. *. .
-taly :Spatlos. It was patron. He will have todo so to get thenomi- on the young wdheom Governor aetve ia a e U se t er' Carter, Rector of St. John's pl
Mayu Flors"a"s who visited matiion, of course. Napoleon B. Browad week turned a his attention, and I nterests Church in thie ety, psed s ever
Mr. Roltair, the build- But, now, really what a Aine e into a united States Senator: fthe state have been well protected the Great Qeel satr
be wil wag to the Jacksonville will have in exp to the ra ha out dernwlt
apesitlt. which opens voters the qual t of nerve which per- oNot ernSta h ft is no talk ofa opSit to the tli asle woa S
I mad continues for three mits him to vio te the primary law a eborn and ofNOlm soil; outMr- er's rlt2n tta loatftUar th
Wn of the most remarkable himself, and then appeal to the mmstate Is to be tohnree ththat the Deelocrate of th any he fa hori ti a e
vn buita, one of which is law to secure the h or. trCouncil Chamber ofsor a ae t t Dowth the o ha ha. Carter wa orn in n&.h
ionwllheeasedwit theserIg e ehas Dr. Crtrwas boin hin&9 -as
as the Flyang Automobile. It Just sUPp at he should receive Sate I antdal oa5i CSdhat m erfh thy a content to let Y., on the 27th day of Octber,.
sa aestion at the Dreamland Park a majo of i votes cast in the ri- nation, all of us a glad that him serve another term. His eollmlatoe -d-tio wa is i
4 ~q heed he entiresummer mayan h egsaue hudrttias isgo.Mr. Billsis I#4' nofaaai.~ Yale -niversity, andth
I whec tonstallentrhis ary telg2 oature s re aSetr aable qhaetiese can ithad nn v? but s^nhe .ueLSSaB
r r kmmeto rebound by teactonoftheprium Sone" v alubl oakI*en Iweremn tY i
Roltair will build a building toibeobound bm the action of pri Some very valuatSbqalltlee ; personality. HMeadn hrot of his ministry were
f tt whch to install thi old he howl? Well, rather. a young Senator ther is wa ap-r=an his bl est Jeastiu

are beash her7"t menshowl?. TRDSWellTathe. psibeIhnou ewahi i es e@ns te athead t om"oftes
SaIn and t dra. The Tallahaee Board of Tmde will o It that ata ma a
Illustration of the cha old a regular oweetit at Elk'tHat Ow ave o i Htiser atas ae ml tnesh and v y ers haatsn Do position, =b eys &,nenonwaofbrillimat
the two corehow that will Taeeday evening tuat 8 o'clock, at wheih the Ofct him may s 1111 "thetoo
111t of the Florida Mid-Winter Ex- time there will e important btoineM nae o r coutti. patcuaod is s
which opens January when suc k up, discuaed and acted po wor krbyos w ho gmkeko Rtouebs. Dub his f MbFleorate hee
s 3roltalrsostock's, Wd An the election of o__ers. A full attetde Ittor Btsteh hist opportunity ieds -o. m i.e Corsheadftht
we brought s imal Importing meance of the membership is earneWtly de. possible h l equal to t when halfe a f
ha had animal s*howo at all aired ond all citizen and buine me "
Sp show people nav the world. No aeat invited to attend and become memb Dor him and ato oI was


la w mre Epopular at the Psaw ber- of the Boads. devdonebererthartndhenelas3d, Ibsal .. .ea d 1f aes to int with tieM
h Aaarrerm than Bontockas. For thee mn s' Hl nds naveS eS tt LIABItTIES aaeM1 hia c1 A
& "W aabt Pari. the name of Bootock wM OTIC I VeSt AIS wfoe that death Sl a
B 2 the twosore sows that willd To tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. at which thePeople sorter Def him may d78tocpd Sa 2 Ina f
"is's.' ""t"".!!!"LIlI ws- T M~ id hi sesaehiha n scroll Ucarr a out thought. sov e as
ee at the Florida Mid-Winter Ex- time there will be importantw- oa lace his kna hih a scroll cary- Tull emte.n. .e



e e* Which opetn January ilit atmr 1oemaInrkable 1rig I rthea rc ord it h who make ahis- Whtl. R PeOURnse d ea
aatM oftepok's Wild Animaltofrtmbea the emection of Nofceers lslI atndsD esatoy s hi to ewsan
V1b&lry AIbohtve all.nd eted will tit a eentof50rcent.Ahoul be to Ceeurp atenansawWoptnino". aTr oVrao.Wo cheerfuldpatient




altyaas traction equal to that of any allwed for uchpw55 casion somewbst sim~ar. the divine o"ri aS St'rabr "
t* r exptlsttoW o the world. This a yof the membership is earnestfuly re- and knows himself equaltot where he. w tmritd befor Dm uohif e day at sss A
1 hast ehadt animal shows at all sired ond all citizens r and business toen us :i l. w. 8n. QUAimd d... a..he
vtat wilplstIons of the world. No areinvited to attend and become mem- Dt to ^ kneI an to 0 0 w3t"W










B\e lfatutnlouakto andstt tuoas at A.uner C. SPIuLBR, hB"laft''n ed unhooled, undprac- S---<* Caa4 Schedatle f K S l li iZ
was more population n America since Presoet City Council devo ticed ver:" Of h rvice comii Wet and i lTroi





R< helkg~oPan-American have neen G. B. bCWas, "Happy in this she is not yet Mo eld. leadla to New Orleans. Tefollowing tenewell, coforatjd f
S( athan dostock's. For It Member hroy Council n But de may turn; ha than thi, hfat Tah .. oooferetpe e33%
r! e"~ In Paris the name of Bostock was OTICE I Senator a" State. em hL od."Ca0tal Slock pai in was thast deathAM111011Ilu











44 fl r tateat wHis er tf l Wildbit of care J o f. A oNOsesIon, She la not bred o dtmau Aho can The S eataos e wlDo. o...* . .a ne swoel, th ir
ag 'I eattltte of childrf ever known. Crty Atteraey. learn, dally, thoghb Bleaoar erviseee On Tted~~~tiny laidnt
AI t laatores was remarkable In every Whereas, The Capital City Light and mcraci ithat hritlo part or U n clividw l e an th a Ctebd
4ad eMy to carried to life3 lthand TtDecemerSI, fT07-la46as irit aa gd or r r*eDo A- -sul ..dal ast us elth. ha
o 'io aal to Dixieland Par o IMk, o itself to yourad to bc derectn t.ro theacco un otkwaie
^.~~con ofrfadoe an5 peror eent anrg tof acout of" MOB toa knew*"*, MC111 to days






p .tb aeaabthtows. It le a humane ex A Port Jarvis, New York, d Nothing of the Florida spirit In our trai; n No. E -! the Doctor lovwedw. *fff
tthat appealF to all true men and of 2ast, givesout the followlg amusing new Senator-ratter, we o ine, will he ^'sedn pia oN be aidesuseles
m $. The infant incubator ni a rsoeco- rthe n a rat had with some direct ul than we direct him. Let it invJaksovlle at 4*48 p. m., instead SeB of-Poet t*
r 'W~titl structure, and there to a pro* brklan!Mdn: he so.*.^.^ Not even the whole Democracy of p. mln^. as at preg t. Sth lectaelonr and which wiexplall thes customers for gas tree,uwhoed with the of Florida could deire ivto "diret" him aS .ILamw* e f the at a bl .rv
epat of the Exposition for thewin the months of Novembery and Decem ator equal to become the bet Senaytor al ankpt doy wnter syn mk. eiu t^hM i
L ^ Ovebrign thirty animale acsour bun-her 1907,wr biee a hewd and Whra,.teCiytan m.to Andew Ja"a cks= o n-;l~t?^ ^B~S 2 f^0~etahe =I=& ofia
ver ltAirta lsansioa ns, ort h. x r1907(and wereas, anoftheCpition-oh We Aonratulate wfsr new Senator petn lne to and btwen Florida hia bridal. Mralb. Harritt wan:ao w
slighted and ted wia rienllhae" with a rs wch invat. should be to and we onrulate Florida. LontS po rFLOR, hA. a which before hi doth.








&~ SJS.aoeo* .' oth^ "? .ke After he wedh it wa found tne be andu he wnat Sator til th ao^~m fln ne Sill e sonaMe aarsbH m. Woo. .WCots
on shows, stamps^ the Florida lat trat*in W e, and the were lapse of years Cmootheo away all prejon he oh ome n et"wcr B. C. Bomdura t, J. Cm W. N.
Sattraction equ al to that of any al ed for such ttheneof diceas aon somgivewh to America the divine u h tn Shet and A Witiabs.
r expsWiy to In the world. This havpuece the orte. rwere aspectfully re Portia consreatest PreFident pohible-rto has- o to a mid boar, eiathi eet Cheh Vedtry-ea. J. :. t
am theytratron of the character of quested not to pay hourgas bills for the band aseenat orlBryagives himse lfm w es bri m sheL.a&d facin A. PrkineC. w.
will be that will help make the Mid- above moothsunt ito further notic efrompto theapeoplesof et.In.a some- soaa__a__nd T.









W r z sith1.iition a grand success. the undersigned. what ie etsi ri n o s said she d nop
W liiltIncubator Institutions at A. C. Sa'uziR.was "uleonf ed, nsholeunprac- layeinle te the Gsoop.th









borgese the prime object s: tnce President City Coun cil. tic heveOthenw The lar meti of Thoma B. Undertaker W. D. Pratorou had
eslo s the awenb or punct w wakened by the noise, a ofeettirhisvstmes iftaeetI Lamir op Coneerate Veteran.ol charge 6f the eral arranemen.
o i State of lor dla. Thof visitorsll b. the oths. It eemed to them that Unte tateeSente tnderdhim will beheld next Wedntday ad a ful o rf
amculturead of eild exhibitver known. Con wa trying to enter the room. a N eoe attendance ly, dtaered. ar risvil be. Sl latela.
Stae terprsg coutl and ite o Mis BeSpie aro from bed and oppiest of all, Ivernor, that her gentle tw A dpath from Boiton on December
StVe afely, the price of admi.bsalon dhe bed i, h e ad or etao t luy m h5wbuy h A ce situation, tole
s ha been placed at 2 cent,. The raol. cmdn had ben l Commits itself to dours to bke direct- arriving atafo sor don it thk 4 he pt W000b to de
ad* will run the lowenet rate known r pedupon the w taddind ead and do himWf and hi tae onconoWnanitith the teW t Sterelt- votd i perly to epthe
In the toubtorst ean for the p.at ten A Pomnctt a is, New York, dispatcredit wNothileng of the remain in the Senate o Florida Mrspirit In our baraoolookd trainthe latt p of the rtan









yeI Iat lorida. Everything points to cse hiItn pnshtd filc ed from ben the great pucceas of the Jacksonvele a of 21stelow gives ou bert the following amusing nw Saoffice to which he ha a but jsat on wi occat.ion h ., instead kCh an Se Sn e










W tt t *o:n..d W Mn t he br e frSi to ecyoung w omuen peo I orida the y e0 of n h o n I M Obi t to t met ^ M nk^ 70 iro t
Jatry 15. the mnfanagement hator p a o teon a whurat ato d said Mi easted that wted t doi o. He iutee uJ. sor a young man to sitep u n w c hm4tl
S el structure, and there ia pro- fhue i a: be so. Ndotmeven the whole iDemocrac y fm an insas ant cs ty olic ne ntt
w ** thaMisspBessi. Bontree, who; with the of Florida could desire to m direct" him Th stanaemonmU" of 1heSa a kte










a telltrer who edxplainsa ll the Misses Agnes H anrty and Fra es who is to become the bes t Senator n atio rcopatini a heavy wte t rara S tle 0
nglngeto Jacksonvilleof duc doWilliams, were bridesmaids at the wed any State over ad"-a desrintlorn ran have a o of tI-QPlea mom ur eIL









;a.VsryngngtoJak-dsonvll of6"^ suc fulles a1Wrs~. mo.st u&'sa am N = u
Sti ralteads have made the low about t an m and then tear Lacks- consistent with anything less than ter iaaty t i ean e on and I will give you further
rate yf ae ore pls t cent for the a W back nht, had greatness and towering ability. nartedytor nyott dtou.
| rip, witcvirt'sIllTrionsedtAnmalwha atae describes asan "awfulexe We congratulate wur new Senator peting line to and between Florida his burial. Mrs. Harris wa also wig
Dost, Pair J rainTedAerman VI-noes"wepith ara .which invaded8the, and we congratulate Florida. Long points ________him week before his death.
e Jaa n s ,or of othermwell-knownrbedinawh theh llslept. fd may both live to show the-world theTamhe I










tBath regulrmothidly tmeGoeting rs neof tehe4 asuma4 monte Up,
showseheoAterther weddingnitnwastfoundetw best and the greatest Senator till the Woman's Home Mission Societwilb m-ewSD0.odm.Co,
stams Forind they onlapse o0 B. c. Bonitursat, J. C. Lamhing.6W. N.
trExposition as equal In focedtr la n It and thebereof years smoothes away All prjOn- held at the parsonage next mTruI Shees s INc.Wilas
Wa those MtUhayt h prqeceded tebikw sindtothe ad V.ivesto Ameri~rca thebiJanuary 7*hr, 10M at 3:80 p. m ilSft WAc- J
forcedhtogreat Pesident possible-to have the mite box opening at this meet- Church Vestry-u ears.J.8
i, wic cntincibig the nWdeW.
it heyears past throughout the -&a room, whih continedodso[ th all executive. Ing. Members will pise rn terfild L A. Porkuas, C. 3
will b woTh taeMinwaytownJalkonvle ol-ahwe e.Atrte t uutn eod iebxs promptly at the a- arkhai W. 0. AmesM s
WHIbewoth raelngto acsovile laedbit@ of wedding cake beneath It remained for our brilliant joua ponte hur. MandolpD. aitls&T.H
mo~f o othing else. Umrpillows thslep. JkwRado-h
tiesouIsethe primewngofbjeuct o tewodtmeidtwake ned by the nie oahivyh niuedsicin Th a et fThomas B. Undertaker W. D. Prastorlous had
of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Sttolo' _.TL wl b h _te _.aItseme t temettocing s Cwtheuiqedsgit a*incto Lamrw ,T!!rg
I.- hrisdua aa MZ= I &_


limit U1 c4IoaSakened the hafse- l"r 5 Mela went to Concord, N. H.,
ut ;= = = te office. nd tb.7 Both Mr. lamar and Mr. FletcherMe 0
Sh a .rls .Jone,. chairman oa. 4 5 $r ad. uswitfes, n SS M adthe.yhv said cadi Mfa home.ote
the IMttes on hotels and accommo- w1Wfxf ie y'a fox territ and thr eyshuie from ani ad so 2 ofwhomi sani d gar LSeitsof the church in this city say
preparing taulated libt raeu t remc to desover o view, a re quite asv g they nothing of the details. One
y arrange, placesebeziteThas l a-!k of- ""*
arranged. places whee d mW nm. TheVdog s W Bryan, and the latter N a rbees well hooled n the of suggested that Mrs. Eddy
asget room and board, and* do e ro . lSwihave to get out of that lower house of the ntionalWl p has in mind an institution
M a for same. Commefncing te m the bed.mw s a the i Senate Chamber, And both of these tima like the Associated Chari-
16, a Bureau of Information than t o r pe j une*Wlatek to hamockshof Planda triend of t 0rnrlfr reals.
ed on Bay 8tr.t for this tl Erf ed ait uhe p o"ao iaisdt e neve S Tnwhy houM he have trn d them Geoe W. Child is now occupy ing
ThQe -peelUoa will open at setrr 1 d a e dreaned of before he can call hiesefa both down to select their political infe- hi ad comfortable cot eag
th leTre sga o1pe m 1:20 tterr landed on the United States aetor with a title from rior for so exalted and important an on North Munroe street.
ItI@ danetly opposite Jackson- er wit few shak e the peope The IWAn who will oppose office? Verily, the ways of the politic- Frederick Hocker, who attends the
diecl opsidJak on- Th be du andthafewrat handedsonthe
ta South Jaelsonvllle, and the te where, tie t TheS, him for that officee are not quitter and isa are and cavernous and by no Donald Fraser school at Decatur Ga..
ea e from any part of terrier killed the rodent. The yoU udetad perfectly well that th means as a rle, by the igh Is at Tallahassee to spend C stmas
the atRepiM-s. Ttere Is o doubt as wmn have not ceased trembnor Brward has sense o duty to the people in the ad- with his father. Judge William Hockr.
to thia seM of the xposittoe, and at- TW Pie etf Peace. given Mr. Bryan even a color of title to ministration of their offices. He will spend a few day. of this vaca-
tratias *ti be e -asual character. The terrible itchin and smarting in- the plue for the electitte tom, and Florida is a developing state that tion in th city as the guest of Norton
Nest week t he Ttne Democrat wil eides to eSain s Sadses, al only put him .in to supply a tempo- needs menf brain a force of charase. Davis.---Oeala Baamer.
pe f a pgemn of the special dayr mst sI at aled by apb sri g wasacy. His Senatoria srs e tar In WII. to look after its In- WANra! By an honest, intelligent.
ad aawts for the r time of 'the S asS Price center to be we,-Live Oak Democrat. trest., and se Interesta are imper- ladutrious yoeang man, at once any
el t MI^Wlater ZEpoeltian p ale gyTalSSe e,.Dr. Co In his appm-iment of W. J. Bryan ed by jt esuch Ill-jeudged porforman- kind of honorable work. Am willingto
1a eOaty St tesy to make a -- ------- as Uit tte Seastor, Governor e as tsn meet repeat one by the Gov- work. Addreft willing, care n
*r.p'wlg upW thera 9uSbecribe to yaour home newspaper. Broward has done what a great many ernor.-Tampa Tribune. Democrat. 45-It

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our Fine Quality


Clothes stand out in a class by


themselves.


The best of suits for men


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with the best


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Themselves


Dressers.


$10.oo to $30.00


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department


Store


will find the


STETSON HATS, from$3.76 to$6.00


you


best of


Merchandise at the most


NO NAME HATS. from $2.75 to $4.00 reasonable prices.


Our Room fof
Shoes is full to
the brim in new
styles in all the
different kinds of
leather. An as-
sortment of sizes
is here that cov-
ers every normal
shape of foot.
STETSON,
CRAWFORD,
DOlGLAS.


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Ing our Swell Clothes to our Frlpds and Visitrs. We like. Em, we knuWi-
Em and we are still looking for The Patron we have failed to Please, our one'
Desire is to ABSOLUTELY SATfSFY.
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Siow h laws anol mored
V Sm, tidgs w1la 6be ,

we. mu tbe rtwellf o rMany
i j. t a lwi su O ne o tne eo-
St as of ilotn a t iltho
amo ton all dies, for, las, laws,-
S. m ar clamor theran laws efforth on pro-
s. .* m v etute books, It they wd dhalf-



SThe evil to not confned to e antry the-
S--. peole. Indeed, the woPreide. t of
S. b e bnot nom ateo ln d thae t waneof
..J. &P S W t It an ed even now aby the a AVex-
ay growing dearer the task s done, and It has left
the time when ttt take more tret in aitation that






t-I"ovable typ aotaterse aaetveri f ablnstors-. State Areefou tb.ftir
ay etopotan proton he had the l law



a a h o mn of the while thountry or to any class er satn Road Machinert.
t arele edition people. Indeedwa the President ofa re.

ha In ry lare degree de Again withe hermanmple -trst-law, wfor the S AUTO Roller
W S ed tr. hhort e came into oed, alsmendy on the
St w complaint sppngtatu pot for wifebeater workhen builtng and pratd b h before




pulherah thatr priting paper trim. It is rega ehod haven now asn, that tied for. See him for fIrther prtl-
St ord. Th e year ben applied to the trusts. But the DIRT ROAD and YARD
a nther ease f 90 ds 50 nper President had to th teve .the preoplen .
er o py rthepper something to tslk a nd, as theyof
the time when outtenber irst take more interest in agitation than
AUavanlue typer mcod of allokids, btn thoe hsrusesbad tol. and e*wi

of thres of a single edition, year. law was ato some e xtent givernd while thouo rt MAo M in
I s th o large degree den Again, with armple proviosiat on for the Plows, AUTO Rollers,
211" Wed Atloctl sir e are napplitedthe thet t rusts.Butthe S Grder.

ai th of the pulp ha in- he knly, witor should haveffor t to enforce for. him for a partl*
act 1re, 9 sP mil thelion to such a punishmta ent wflould while littess re-r or ddr P. O. Box 28 Talla
th lll wheneGrds. The ybr 190g quently invoked by mistreated wives o*, O FaN.

aut t now produce a little of 000material benefit accomphed by be
rts of per cent ofod, the total. How the humilorti. If one-half the atten Anor Wt
Sp ord of all kindsbhon by the theusband and other caliber to en-


S tr0os at wood lftd ha doubled toand of legislator and their unstelesal a

a is sremited to the montant ac tion wered paid to the matter of have. cur- Lu d e s al
ti ptlp is shown by the fac t that ing men of the proper ald.iber to en
the p eriod n which the total force laws that s ive to the selel work in the myline ofat-
S tef wood s6 has doubled tiIn of legislators and their useless -
Shave been tro platforms never be afrait would beto bd thambet not Roo Gttein, 8pout-





w11Wsed l connection with spruce gs fromit, andwrseief always sure tonsta
1 three-fourhoPs of spruce pulp- only do we need little more law, but inn, and Sheet-Metal Work
Maft reIatlle4 nearly constant do not need a mass of what we have.
to the e drals upof all ow t spruce -8partanbur, 8. t., Hernde ald. soic and l ca
o f or other prp totalses. Durantinty taken to please ay pat-
iSflI thre ierent woods, from Ch h, and there no better a *ibe. D.te rm


thelpritooediw Pine, bala in rn Ae world for these Mtoetees. W la l wr ith
rank of lader the lumber In b a eornh med tine for chpl-
dron, never be af ound to b ty Chamber- pS *It
18t 9 poplar, which for years will reedy. the no datt .
ad I onnetion dwith sprucarter toom it, and reat is alwoatw sure to
to i a thads n twice all other aper otanbow. It erno ed for by an

sran~k eof PneLe, balsm onirI anwd forthey ay be dives It is
Sare Penns tala a d ton a d baby e a to an adult For W L Tm i ad es h



SIe in the order uiven. Nie by Tallame D sCo. o
ertt of the s wood used in t
o was imported f rom else- nlr If Is.a wa
w mo the supply appeared o if t head of Goad Draft Mules. Ap- Ga r l r t Sabop l
to M.M the toa o plyotoW. D. Stootaoutreat Bperh, aP for
_r Batseahows a Mas o C. L. Alen, at Bob Levy's, near mt--rse x-o WnM


named have oall icreaaed -, .T ro. -''- '' "_ ,
a oeat. O Pther batatee iw-

a teprod4tlron of pulp are Etl a t TSMA^UM nM
an sootn, Mi nnesota, Ohio, Ore- B
goa, Ver ilt, Virginia and West Vir -
The average cost of pulp delivered
t owl was 1t.1. The total value l
trIca s e naHousnhold Goods "- S

riakThe clef item dletermin- U an b nWbe diofl p1a y
a o price of paper is the .opet of
An example of the incre dItFoSae
p of paper is found In the cabe of I
a publisher of a daily in the Middle
West, ho recently paid $1.200 for a
carload of paper. The same quantity
and gade of paper cost a year ago A Complete nd
but 80, A and
The chemical processes of paper-
makiag, which better preserve the
wood fiber, are gaining over the me-
chanlcal process; In 194'ti lee than
Se e taup-to-date Stock
r Cada, and comprised, in 19, *
-3M cords, nearly all of which was
rpie oul and a a half million dol-
iss wwrth of pulp was Imported In T
off from 0. Tall aIaee Hadware Company.
uas a dicuselon of the consump. -
rio of pulpwood in 1904. based on .
ac gathered by *the Bureau of
t e Oenss and the Forest. Bervice..


pa mplet can be had upon app-
tho t4.C th Forester, Tnite, Stat R
prtiment of Agriculture Washila-
t D.C.
Fis TEM ANTILLES. ----
a... .ClhoI -*a .e- R. G. FERRELLp,
at*- k- (Succegsor to A. T. Rols) I
.W. Fofafn f v. .w. who is a jr
of cityConac i.t .Ki l Kinds of Fresh Meats.
ja sa,6 Wst I ,ies writes
"0=bottleof Chamberlain's
a d goodeaffect on a Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
M awk* M Oki ,FIRST-CLASS MEATS.
,S ;:a1Ria up Phone mo s83 .o
^S...S0 Your Brekfuat, Dinner and Supper Suoe- when Ordering
*' M-.ta- m my StaL
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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 Goese and Wild Duck. The beet Quail nd
Snipe shooting in the South. The beet Sulphur Water in the


State.


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Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily,
ll information and sleep reservations call on any Agent,
Sesabord or write,
C. BOYLSTON, JR., AsMistat General Passenger Agent,
Jackooville, Florida.


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Botched at the MI.
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I build them under a
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hundreds and build
more.every day.
For prees write
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P. 0. Box 4.
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General Builders and Contractors,
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
licited and satisfaction in all lines
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"e it e e0mse0 aIs sthe o00 a**,e
eS Les sebs M e. ..
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*i. Iued Is bibs -r. _. N o





h T rT nwe-Dmo t takes no part in
ask g esndMatwes before t e primarie

ad of our frMends, anrd eu ch and alN

The Tamps Tet takys nso pau t ive

r y nthat ettles it, Hon. "hen. M
aking cawill not enter the Senutorial


t to dosame more good work forative


J that lle candy iates aHon.s tllowphn. M
"Jacksonvill wnots ntr the Unitedo
State Senators, the Gove inr anto d the
gresman, andtiv then make faces ati
oto doome morf the ood work for tbhe
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creditor o Banner goeard railrout af, that

road, by appointment of U. 8. Judge
Prkhardk went into the handseo R. Lne.
easter Williams, ofhe GRichmond, and 8.t
UsVas Wardeld, of Baltimore, as re.
evers,and they were insmaketruce ato
talH btimmediathe osstbion of the prop-
rty. Itspositiona this will throw muchJ

eterifel help out of employment, for a
SOn at lnuaryst, to ut down expenpliation of the.
er Wi Albert W. G Richmondrist, cand i-

date for Governor, in a nice little per.
|: Oa Go v Warfoelde, s a re-





l letter, exand tndhey the "Nw Year
Grating," with gpoxe wishes to up,
ewhty It we appreciated It i throwalay much
pie at leat to be perdowny remembered

' on ena occasions, and the True Demo-
enrt aetorns to him it very heat good
wishes for a long and happy life. Gen-
Alenbert GAlchrist is among th n
oal lettedins who s always bright, pleas-
ing, charitable and cheerful 'wi at toer
in sunshine all along hi way,True and
has trienda all over Vlerida.
The True Democrat notes very at ood
printed for stationery -letterheads, aen-
velopes, bill heao i statements, letc.,
that some of our tma iese men are sand-
hai off from Tall ov ee for. They

most assuredly can get good printing at
the True Democrat, or Hun Ofmce, Just
as cheap, freight delay, etc.. added.
Do not these business men do them-
selves, their' town, and their printers
an injustice in doing so. Would it not
be just as legitimate for printers and
other buyers of goods to send off for
their supplies. Every dollar kept at
home In business helps us all
The new move to prevent Mrs. Eddie
from disposing of her money as she
pleases, and for so good a purpose, and
so eoen too after the investigation which
decided that she was entirely fit and
capable of Its management, in this lnr
Ameulean country ef ours, looks like
the deepet and meant kind of cou.
piracy and persecution Whether we
believe in Mrs. Eddies' teachings or
not, in their entirety, she should not be
nagged at, and persecuted, for she and
her churches are doing good in the land,
and it is a noted fact that she is patient,
loving, charitable, forgiving-all that
goe to make up a pure and good
christian woman.
The Tallahassee bunch is acting
mihty queer. None of them eem to
rvlih havig their names linked with
the administration crew What's
wrong with the affiliated brethren ?
Timee-Union.


If you mean the machine "end 'on
It," by "that Tallahassee bunch," you
may count on their strengthening the
Jenninga-Broward machine every time
the opportunity arises, and most of that
machine have Its headquarters in Jack-
sonville. Nothing but thorough organi-
autlon and persistent work will ever
overthrow that populistic machine and
put Florida's best men back into the
highest oMe.. again.
Don't imy a Lap Robe before seeing
my stock, J. D. Cay. -. 40


-- -- -O omamilin -- -- i f'
L eat a the esva eei-esI by xpres sn
- fIr. the e of Staftef gpwrintendent as em
4 mysterously appeared, the offleonse aWo ti
r w o teaed d4ieatly to e Dr. JorryP, t
beeo of Tallhassee, and he was ar- Si4SItI
Srested and bold to answer the et grand wth
Jury. everybody expected that body edto a" the In
to indict the culprit, tor the evidence, who out w 1 O Su
so ftar as the public was Informed, was and T
almost eacdealve. The fall term of ving at noh* d the
e0rt passed without any presentatio n a tI covert TG. t
w of the matter, and many eitsm of p e W t l
both aces, hao endeavored to find out p.ass ik JournaL
why n action was taken. The Ok Banner has not tht its ad-
* After diligent inqle ry, the only ex- mrati"a nor its love for Mr. fryma. It
* plmnation that has bIen made, or. that thinks hm i most lovable man. H
could be learned, was that the articles has g aet gifts and wonderful magne-
so stolen poMsed no intrinsic value, tiem. He is not only a lovable man,
San therefore no prosecution for their bdt he is a good man. In all the time
* theft could be maintained. If this eo he been in the limelight nothing dis-
was the reason ot the failure of the creditable has been said about him. No
grand jury to act in the matter, then act of his has been questionable. He
s all we have to say is that it is high time has undergone the most searching
that a law be made to fit such case. scrutiny of his enemies and has escaped
1 The accused negro, to whom we have criticism. He is charged with not a
, previously referred in these columns, single foolish utterance. He is, indeed,
was heard to boast before the grant one of the most remarkable men of the
* jury convened, that he could not be century.
punished, and to threaten that if he He Is the Ocala Banner's discovery.
l was actually arraigned for the offense, It was the first paper in all the land to
hi would "tell all he knew," and in- seriously discuss his name in connection
r timatedthat his disclosureswould in- with the presidency. Its flles will show
s volve others, including some who were this, so why should it not admire himt
"high up," and more guilty than him- The Ocala Banner belv that M.
self. That he wa guilty, neither he 'Bran is much better ipped for dis-
Snor any one else ha ever denied o far charging the high duties of the pres-
as we have leanied.e fo h. identical office than he was in 1896. He
This negro, aside from his connection has acquired a great deal of knowledge
t with the stealing of the examination since then, he has traveled around the
* papers, in selling copies to abphcants world, has some In contact with a great
Sfor examination, is a disturbing ele- mryhu intellect, has actively th aged
meat in this community, stirring up inse ca as s braeed
strife and ill feeling between the races in several campaigns anJ has broadened
and melting the Ignorant and unthink- out in every way. He is immensely
agn of his race tt misbehavior towards better eqiupped for the office now than
n of his race t misbehavior towards he was then. But the great trouble Is
the whites. wife, who t we ca t get the party to unite upon
thmk herself better than the other him. W cannot gt the "other fel
nero women ofe the city alno, i t low" to look upon as we look upon him.

domestic servants of the city into a He has rested strong and powerful
society antagonistic to their employers. nominee of the party, andwe both times
The report comes u us upon a- has carried It to defeat. Those things
prrtly exce rent authority that thneve strongly handicap him for another race.
Je torr n driven out of Gainesville It is unfortunate, but it is true. The
for stirring up strife between their race discordant elements of the party will
and the whiteave said efore that w not flock to Mr. Bryan's standard It
We havesaid efore thatw4- has been tried twice, and both times
lieve this negro to IKe a menace to the has resulted iA disaster. The'times de-
peace and good order of this community, sand a candidate who has made no
and have been most heartily commend- mand antaone who hsms; a man around
ed by some of the most respected and whom all the elements of the party ny
prominent negro citizens of Tallahassee gather; a man who can cement all fac-
for or plans speaking. We repeat the tionsheal all frictions; who will not
chalrgl and we hope that the time may on h al r it ho ig t
come when he will get what is coming open old sores, who ean gather n ofether
to him, and when Tallahassee will be all the wavering fragment of the par-
well rid of him and all who are like ty and be prepared-to go to battle with
him. the enemy in a solid, unbroken phalanx.
hl EAin Ti m n The party wants to become again "un-
S Dismayed, undaunted and unterrifted."
1'he Trie Democrat extends to every We say this as a mait who is seeking no
one Its best wishes for a happy d emoluments; who is asking for no office.
prosperom s new year. May it be the We say this as one who is friendly to
very best Tallaha eean and Leon Mr. Bryan. We ay thi s al ne wbp
countians ever enjoyed. We are healthy loves the democratic party and is .lyal
and prperous, so let's all be filled with to its traditions, is ppd of its history,
love amd thankfulness for the mnf y and whose humble talents shall always
blesslingsthat continually come our way, be eonescrat..to its service.-Oeal"
each one throughout 1908, striving to Banner. '
make life brighter and better for all The Ture Democrat agrees fully with
others. Always endeavoring to faith. editor Frank Harris in all he says in
fuly serve Him from whom all good the above
things om. ,^^^ ,, -
-, ^ e nTa r ifull f potical rumors.
Clear enyed listraih a brine M One of the latest is effect that W. J.
no eir to increase his or an of his thernalt of sJsvlal ll Iithdna
friends fortunes by coniving an scheme Frank Clark and that Governor Brow.
in in be optical potion and ona e l that ard will enter the senatorial contest.
willvnot be rosey.d towd the toc **Some .t of the .politicians seem to be hav-

siet to exc'uteteir lawsas Geanor. be ellin for a new deal all around.-
S* ftad just sch a man a 8Anda new deal all around is what is
y eort may be purli int badly needed too. since things have been
for be tf rimsebf, within a few days, getting steadily worse since the first
for be it remembered nominations r days the l)emocrats of Florida com-
none of the oflees have been closed yet, prolmised matters with soreheads and
and e canddate ha had "The Great populists and in conventions put some
eel" s ed apes hisbiow, the thing o thmm in power and ofice. The bet-
Jlineb'e wan t oe fce m wve t him ter element of the Democratic party in
J happen. w and this State most now organize and fight

It huas b mnstoo all m that the machine politlesas of the day in
Governor Broward would like to call an earnest, or they can expect tb., other


extra session of the legislature, but kind, with the machine behind them, to
hetateodbecause he did not believe he continue in power, giving out every
had cause to do so that would be justi-
fied by publk sentiment. ,How would blised thing In sight to reward the
the election of a Umited Sfates Senator faithful machine healer and peeler,
suit the Governor as a cause for conten- whether he be fit or competent rarely
lg the legislature in extraordinary se being c(sidered. Organization and
si? PrMh though, the Governor k
prorersatt4ing to that matter himisel work. showing up the true inwardnes
Starke Telgraph. of public affairs., will bring results, but
I.'-r *._ .- nothing else can do it.
Mim Ted -- -T e -....
If you don't nobody will. It is your To stop that pain in the back, that
business to keep out of all te trouble stifess of the jots andmuncles, take,
SePinules. They areguanted. Don't
you can and you Ian and wfll keep out suffer from rhematism, backacheF
of liver and bowel trouble if ou take kidney trouble, when you get 30 days
Dr.ll King&Nw aLifea P ..ansy kt treatment for $1.00. A single dose at
your system. .at al dr bedtime prove their merit. Get tem
to-day. d by Cobb Drn Stora "8
Lap Robee $1.50 ito $15.00LatJ. D. Horse Bnketa, 75c to $6.00 at J. D. ,
Cay's 40' Cay'a. 40


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No Mim, No UmrmngmPhosphat


Capital City Stables,
HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.


Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.

Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.


Phone No. 79.


TEI PATE OF BONIL.
Gov. Broward of Florida says that he
appointed William James Bryan United
State. Senator for the late Mr. Mal-
lory's unexpired term because of the
ability Mr. Bryan has shown "as Prose-
cuting Attorney in Jacksonville by sue-
cessfully prosecuting the Ice Trust and
by his vigorous enforcement of all the
laws f the State that it has been his
duty to enforce."
Gov, Folk of Missouri won his high
place in the public regard of his State
and of the nation by his fearless prose-
cuting of the St. Louis boodle ring.
Gov. Hughes of New York became a
national figure by laying bare colossal
iniquities in the management of the
great insurance companies.
Ethan Allen Hitchcock gained in the
Department of the Interior a fame of
which any American might be proud by
pushing the Government cases against
public land-thieves
The liveliest public interest is taken
in tho activities of enW like Praac J,.
Heney, wbO proeoesited 6ve hanis
land-fraud cases and who also camped
on the trail of the San Francisco graf-
ter.; like Attorney-General Hadley of
Missouri and Frank Kellogg, the Gov.
ornment's atteoray W recent actions,
and Juge tLands, of Chicago, who to
their several ways have powerfully at-
tacked the great problems of trust
monopoly.


There is no surer, shorter road to
usefulness and honor than that of the
man who devotes zeal and ability to en-
forcing public rights against private
greed and illegal monopoly and to the
punishment of the crimes of "high A-
nance."-New York World.
ADVANCE IN SUSCRIPTION PRIC.L
The editors in Manatee county organ-
ied an association a few days ago and
agreed to advance their smbscription
Pric to $1.60 a year. Thb largo ad-
vance in the price of the materials thU
go the king of a newspaper i
given as the cause of the advance ia
subscription price. While the aot of
publishing a paper is undoubtedly much
greater than it was a few years ago
eto T l h will maintaits a rM
price of 1. a year, bet we ll have
to ask prompt settlement from our sub-
scribers. --Starke Telegraph.
The conclusion and determination the
True Democrat has arrived at. too ; but
every subscriber should see to it that
the subscription is advanced, to at least
theirdate in LAS, sothat we may beable
to give our readers the best local news-
paper possible under the increased cost
of production, and nothing but the best
should satisfy LAon countians.
WA rDo-Pouit em to assist dress-
maker. Address Box 196, Talhhasme,
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P. 0. Box 487.


THET SUPOT MN.
Both the Pensacola daily n "wIa
have come out strongly in their i
ment of Hon. J. Walter Keboe orOe
gre.s since Hon. W. B. Lamar withdm"
from that and entered for the Seneab
to succeed Hon. W. J. Bryan, whom the
Governor has apDointed to fill out the
unexpired term of Senator Mallory :
The Journal, in a doubl -olhuma i-
torial, refers to him as the Cami16
who, in its judgment,- repres-- g--
a"bfaetoril *those tprin oat
mocracy and poieies of goymI al'
ably represented by Mr. Lamimr
e lf. It confesses that four YMSn
it would not hive supported m. sea-
for Congress, even if Mr. I li "'
not been a candidate, but it hlamb
better acquainted with Mr.
character and ability in the
The Evening News says of r
hoe that "With a native
knack of getting next to the po010 d
with a heart that at in tIanio m
the people he will a 1 to N
tive in cograss of w M e we can
feel g od" It puts its fried b em
twice that it ipriepred to defend
candidate against any unjust ba
based on anything n hi political -
reer.
City Ta Notice.
Notice in hereby given that I hew
the City Tax Books for the current t
year in my. hands, and am now idI
collect and receipt for taxes. A5l
pay during Decnber are allowed off
discount of one per cent. Come =W
pay promptly.


C. Z. PENN,
41-tf City Tax Colletor.
Fleesag Iflealag I
We can give you some low figure m
flooring as we hav a large quantit we
wish to move. Get our Olures belm
purchasing. Child Bros.- 4
POItaM & ad Sets, ". I
Have a few aalmed and abei
dop-,o10.00 to $40.00 each.
and Birdsemg, Fox, Coon" I &
Hounds. Pup $10.00 pair. Wel bead,
fast and furious.


J. C. RAms-.
SW-8m Lberty,
Go to Schoemaker's states sa m
the Russell Wa before
they are the bst and chap s

r Sale.
Pair good driving and saddle
for sale cheap. Apply at n to W.
N. Keith. .4f

TOTeI aGm m av"l to lEamm.


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w Has me. uuaranweeg.

W*nsra o: the City of Talla-
a aer!igned members of th
of' city of Tallahasse,
n request that you do
rDe ember bill for m to
Sotrty r ht and uel Com-
the0aamel advise you to do
wlMd I 1f 1 r you not to py
W ilto at Ul or thopreent as
It a. outrne ad tajiu
M ter a eoa paay to try
pit p t up with uam poor gas.
to way to make the Cap-
Inr t aPd Phel Company furn-
i ; the flst ai for the as
NmiWMN to pay the bills of the
mad tho ioond is for the
it9 ta them that it they
Sod p they, the Olty
vevo l e tuer carter.
i Oty Council has done and we
do what we said we will do.
we would like to have mg but
iI .t alont g wAthout it, as we
Been doing off and on
tiae. Now if the o a oom-
to keep on dolang busneN
they must give the 5 ,
STUahasMee ood ga, and we
giget"Yl' Concil on Its-


T Mw ter ean be but one
UwiftS eP-a d u or no gas
Ittto. I to t outosay which

S. D. C r*DR .
aC laJAM,
F. CLroE MMoon,.
A. C. IPnum,
J. p. CAT.
Zh., .asma I.lw.

mo who alwar wean a frown, is
d miagreebl, andis short and
PL t asarwe. Nine caes out of
k'a of poor fellow's fault, it's
Se edition that make hun
go be can't help bein
Are you In dwnter of
INato that codit Then start
m* taIkir Ballard's Herbinae for
Iyer-the ade, umre and WreHablo
W regulator. Sold by Hardee-


e have received Christmas edi-
I of the following papers, all r-
d are monuments to toe program
Oee of their editors: Tallabassee
SDqmocrat, Jackeonville Times.
Wr, 9aoksonUlle Metropolis, De-
SGounty Advertiser. Pensacola
aF oPeassoola evening News, St.
tbhe RecordL.-Chipley Banner.
Wes Laxative Cough Syrup for
is, eold, croup and whooping
iow In favor daily with young
old. Mothershould keep t on
I for ehlidmn. It is prompt relief to
B. It ib eOnthr laxative. driving


lsate relief, guaiabted. Sold by Cobb's
Dw Storwe. *8
Of the papers to the smaller cItion
of tae tSate that blossomed out In
ihrtmas numbers. the Tallahassee
Democrat and the 'Oadlnlh|lle HI.-
Tater are among the handsmest tbat
bhaMe- ome to otr table.-DeFuntak


j dt Court, Second Judicial

P bs. ..? **ui
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what ses ea-a- ai primary wu l havestohe belt.
k cow fer edbe beirn voeod tr/dll
ae" at the pote w he asli wtehr and alle-
ege aa Ief. toh thpresent derilasue eMn
tie t a oPfie to challenge vtemu l-
Stmo S be the ama of the voa"e mutf
t etltefwMl after polltawe lteM d.
W Mo. isf ,retun and other record
of thO elasticshall be preserved by the City Ex-
eaUtve Omittee aftwe the primary has been
I hmeby etrty that the above is a true and
one"t amw a a fr primary asten as
at Ml. e au Ms., on the lotd of
j .CA.D.. A. CAr,
ChaimrUa Daesmsoentie Executive Commnittef* of
Cityof TalbeaMse.
C4&L. B. M.w Secretary.
'rt foUewta smpecItors were appointed by the

R. H. Mickler,.
C GloVWer Jqhnston.
W.'o. I o W a ppoin* ffeiristramtion OnM.
es, ad is to keep the rwni.tration books open
from JaM ery 7th, 190(. to Ja;,uary 20th 190K in-
elusive.
AuMoumceMents.


WA ~I.

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WE rEEL THAT rVE CAN


QUAREPE


IN THE


LoOK oUT PATRONS


rACE AND


WISH THEM A


HAPPY NEW YEAR,BECAVSE WITH OURSELVES
* WE ARE CONSCIOUS or HAVING TREATED oUR


PATRoNS RIGHT IN THE PAST.


AGE PROVES THIS.


IN THE YEARS
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OUT PATRON-


To COME


WE CAN PROMISE TO DO NO MORE THAN


THE YEARS THAT HAVE PASJED.


NOT, WE KNOW
THANKS TO OUR,


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ANYTHING ;UT


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WAY, TO THE STRANGER IN OUR


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INVITATION To COME


RESPCTrULLY,


W. Re WILSON.J


==',When Ordering, Please Mention 'l Hi'RLUE DEMOCRAT.


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(Annotaneements will be puhliPnhedltinder this
heading at the usual fee, in advanc~e. I Ad~~sgr's Ketle..
i ~ o mayor.~' TO ALL W80OU ,11T MAY CONCERN: NO).A
I esosdulyanarneemyself a candidate for t ih en'given that 1. the rnderu'igued
Nk .'o the CA ~of Tallahassme.subject to th .A 5i. Adgjmilmitaator of the sestae
mii fthe Dmoerskeyrimary. Harriet IL Stapas. will pvaemst my acoomiwta and
F.C.0momLOp.. "whenst Le l.Comnf1Judge of Loan Camaty.
F106%anl.sdmask ter a fnal d imeharwe as Adinmias.
forair hClem t 101 Ofand 4111111. six months, after 1the date
lb he etee t te Or a 1'h0aiSWOetofor rda. Tbl.UId 4W of Octiobe, A. D. 1907.
to IW 7W'= athe_ my e.5W. A. DEMILLY.
inbjst o te atie ?tv~~ Admi4agteratlbs ela~t. .ofIHarriet I ft. St,..
11 om 11 eft for s-0
Wea. Circu.I.A, County, Foia
A- 11' WnAjA aU k b. hPlaintiff, ILS. D. Eight...,.
8 aem40m otarn Tax AmemmD 1 ,1 1we is "abesit i
Fbi!6 ubec o &W YOXIA= VNOIFIED THAT A
U 64P;writ at a bas barn meme
'Zfw.p 'wpoAdwy lve PMrt eld to as~ist do
= mobI mWir DN~ thesam .1ht* snamatins to twe hundred
~~ W. ff. CINAINI3Y. *1a#Im'a ber foee the &
emn tTailhanow
PmOw Tom C0091111110111'. I t% seeddyo wh .D

ksmeewt to te o". "Of~t dwNi of Deeeti her. 1IW7.
at ommsetd Prem LLA ft. CHAUN338


ILI =3 ~OATS.

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JI bre eiM wved acar. load of ex

1me ae&?h at the best pricm.Quny
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Attention Tobacco Growers!


THE OADSDEN LUMBER CO.,

(Office in Quincy Florida.)


Are the people to order your Lumbei',


Shingles and Laths from.


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0UU. 011335. Vambhov.
PftIObUUID VMY VRWPAY MORNING.


S Wbemvor you haveoacoMgor cold
r 4ut.josmbothat Ho91ney n
I ueit.trnot insk.ou
ItbIn lam yellow packame. gold by all


all" M...... ......- .V-1-
druggists.
Be Is All 3Maht.
In the event that Congressman
SpaUkman should stand for the senate-
w lsk, however, does not now seOm
probes-the Timee wants to putittelf
on is d right now as favoring a Tarnm
pa s as his ucessor in the house.
And we have already picked out the
mma-Hon. P. U. Wall, a successful
buainaes man a close student of the
aslene of government, a man well
Sin every respect to rere
the t with erodlUo himself and
to the satisfaction of the people. There
are few meM of 1r. Walr age in this
state who have m ted uch eil-
nent ability d found Judgment as he
has. Further, he hasa wde acquaidn
tie and s very poplar, and should
he become a candidate he would have
the hearty support of hosts of friend
In all part of the district. -Tampa
Times. January lat.
,two eaweleme Vilhrs More
At this season La Gril and Pneu-
monia eause more death than eon.
gumption. Poy's H and Tar
cuee is grippe ida v i that my
result In pm a over tet. Do
not take -eewlth a "Md -hon P-
ley's Honey sad Ta will quickly cure
It. id by all druggiast. *
SW OBW 3"M 3mm
Mrs. R. B. rona,of Tal ha ee.
one of the bDwKoperO
womas of Mdleand West iapis
S the notable viMoAera Io Taa
Ila at 100 141ealsoo
n tei a ofOt the Florid
Sbponent at the StateTeaek es.
ea l tt Inf t Petersburg.
to ariUved an mmd twayhas
tag Mrs o 7 C. .
MIo La a. G=rann w;ll go (b
wll ln Tampa with Mrs. H
nag a7dhwll reurn her holne that
evning.-Tapa Evaing New.
Of avial pwMtaao
No other orgwan'of the body are so
esenoUal to good health as the ikdneys
Poley's Kidney Remedy makes the kid.
nea health so that they will strain out
thie Inpurites from the blood which is
oomatan paseg through them. Com-.
eme Pfo 's Kidney Romed
a Gr gn of danger. id by l
druggist. *.
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Lap Robes. Chase and Struok brands,
at J. D. Cay's. 40


Why Seaer e" UihemaUism T
Do you know that rheumatic pains
can be relieved If you doubt this
Just try ons application of Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm. It will make remt
and sloop possible, and that certainly
'means a great deal to uny one afflicted
with rheumatkem. For :alfe by Talla-
hasee Drug Co.


Mr. ehlhucrt s Card.
Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist, of Pu(ta
Gorda, ending out some very artis-
tic post cards, in furtherance ot nomi-
nation for Governor. The cards are
adorned with a fine picture of the fren-
eral, and another picture represents
three monkeys-one with Its hands over
ts sar, another with its hands over Its
eyes and a third with a hand over its
mouth. Beneath this picture is the fol.
lowing inscrlpton:
"Oi a famous temple in Japan there
aw rempreentdl three monkeys, a
ating 'Hear, se. speok no evil.'
ntene asob t leon incul
ating harit as to the faults of others.
AbA 40 tt hao them painted
l ,on Is ding in Punts Gorda.
"Vote for Albert W. Gilchrist He
feels sure he will be eletoed governor
of PFlorida, If he gets vote enough. He
will be opposed ba 'band of patriots'
who have aonopphsed all of the poli-
cal virturea. The& organic the ward.
Cy, Qo ty !ad 9ttpoliOis, always
an ey e m th ain chance and
for the p--ap-li-I. They are the
p-e-ap-uIpmu--. pllig the las pea out of
the pot for temeve. He is not on
the 'band wagon.' 'Walking is good
enough for'hbn.'"
T" -Wraf.
You feel as if you had one face too
many when you have Neuralgia. Don't
you ? Save the fae, you may need it ;
but get rid of the Neuralgia by apply-
ing Balards' Snow Liniment. Fimt
thing in the world for rbeumatisoa,
neuralgia, h. as cuts, scabld, lame
beck and all pana. gold by Hardne-
Smith Co.


Every Mother
is or should be worried when the little
*ones have a cough or cold. It may lead
to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia--
then to something more serious. Bal-
lard's Hlorehound Syrup will cure the
trouble at once and prevent any com-
plication. Mold by Hardee-Smith Co. *
A Tale of Two Parrots.
An thlil maid bad a parrot whose fa-
vorite e.xpression wan, "I wish the old
woman wats dead."
This worried her a great deal, and
one di.y when the minister called she
spoke to him about it. lie said be had
a parrot which only said religious
thingff nmu thaf he would bring it over
some thli, and see If it would not
break hli bird from using its favorite
expre .,,n.
o80 ir. night they were going to have
a me,,: Ii,: In her house. and he gather-
ed up inii parrot and took It with him.
Whet. IP, went IM he hung hia cage up
near re the old maid's was bang-
lug. meeting was being opened
with I r.-er. and all of a sudden her
parrot d:
"I v '. the old woman was dead."
The a nister's parrot cocked his head
and. looking at the other parrot, it a
solemn voice said:
"We tIweech thee to bear ox, good
Lord."-Judge's Library.


i etatilen of Crepe.
It Meems that every force In nature
is trying to compel the farmer to prac-
tice a rotation oft rope. If corn is
grown for several years on the same
plat. thd lead will be I!iected with all
manner at Insects, wom the root worm
and lonso to the Iasect that eats the
tasel. The tamer who grows wheat
year after year oe the same plat of
ground has the Heate 8fly and the
chinch bug to contend with: cotton
planter and tobacco planter have each
tsects to fight and tuagous disease to
overcome because one crop hab been
grown coutlnuenyl for a number of
years on the sane plat. If rotation It
practiced these laseets and disease
may be hold Is eeek. If rotation Is
not followed no remedy will destroy
or overmeoe them--puthern Oultiva.
ter.
aK" l AvOid PmeSmaIa
You avoid neMnoeia and other se-
rious results kng Foley's Honey
and Tar. It dtope the c heals the
luTng ani expel the e' from the
system. Refse any but ,the genuine
in the yellow package. Sold by all
druggists. *
Orders Wasted I
After January lat, 1906, we will be
in a position to lU ordeal for Lumber
on shot notice, Tobacco Shade and Barn
Lumber especially.
Raur fa & l Srryt,
44-tf Woodviwe, As.


SWord About


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



R. W. Cobb, Druj eo.

Bast side of Monroe St.
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Harvesting Machinery W' Hard,


My saw mill (No. 3) outfit. ecasting
of 1 boiler, 1 2i,-ho e
power 8 oxen and 2
earth; 00 wth timber, ted
8 dimc thweat of d.
Tenrm: $1,000 for o Write or
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W- ra seMar be damse "amu es to
Wili, 11-0 mo1a e than0e -W MY. I obat
IM s time o. Not.

See walld 0014 keep dioursew
an 'if t doe m to the proper -
Sew~hl SiB- The curate braced himself for eight
S"r tr OM- I eq d keep myslf dewn." be in.
tr' ouptId "it I was allowed to talk a
Stanp and draws a little so place lse The trouble is
teg comntl I'm ra seething with a certain amolut of
"en urthtP 'Alk that I've ot to get d of. If I
be will put a fam, was allowed to preach a regular ser-
S *eatSt p mo0 ooce In awhile that might relieve
SworMd These ecou* the strain. but as I am denied that out.
ghtN le. Nassewo&d. Nor. l I have to mseie all those other op-
et. lsoMthampton, Sm- portunitles and deHver little sermons
Sa4 Prince George: I then. The only way to keep a curate
1Paiquotank. Perqul- or anybody ete from talking too much
arfflerL CObowan. North- when he shouldn't talk Is to let him
almfa% dgWcoabe. Martin. talk soce when he uaa a right to talk."
SW t "Dear mer said the pastor mildly.
lwbich is within a rsa- The next Bunday evening the curate
0M from Norfolk, pro occupied the pulpit.-New York BSun.
bege of peanuts every I-
Ms etlas fearour bawat" W re T
Itto aMM bushels Is the." ". or fteen ears I have watched
t.ddtetoo. The ship. the working of Baeklen's Arnia Salve;
e t t ar ffe olk, i ha r failed to ure any sor
bandtr S a0fbold all uWear or bum to whieh it was ap-
d Slthfld. all pUed. It haa saved us many a doctor
a pesaut are ra "d bill," says A. F. Hardy, of Bast Wil-
S id'Hfornia, but the ton, Maine. 26s at all druggists. *
SMato. is a begatelle as
th '-production of the See Oa
vollna territory. Seed Oats for sale by T. J. Brandon.
peanuts are planted For information call on A. T. Brandon
e middle of May by mesas'of at J. W. Cpllins & Co. 44-2t
a siiar 4o a corn drill, which est Proof ea".
es or' two kernels In a pla*e. 200 bushels of Rust Proof Seed Oats
twelve inches apart. The soil for sale at Yaeger-Bethel Hardware
the best peanuts Is light. Store. 42-tf
latm. It need not be rich. In
Great det of Virginia land that -
StoIn the antebellum days
Sto al anything on Is now



h.9 digging time Is October, when \
Sn a e luaer the peanut vine* and
I, Vw up the goobers after the fasb-
e digging potatoes In the north.
ven or eight feet tall are stuck
S pround, and the vines are
e around them, with the
St tothe pole. so tat the leateR
tai g ag protection from the
S h. If the weather be bright and he next time you are both-
A0iN elg .ue the peanuts are curing. ne next tmde you are oth-
io m ch the better. If rain aets In. the ered by annoying leak or a
t become blackened and mildewed. break or derangement of any
i Wis lessens the value of the crop. part of your plumbing fixtures
I anerly all peanuts raised were or pipeing, don't waste time
gI g -d from the rines by hand. Now and trouble by trying to fix it
te. similar to thrasher separate yourself, but send for me just
S 7S5 pier cent of the peanuts from as you would for the doctor in
S i-nes. No machine hli been In- aase o f illness.
q*sd, however, that will do tbe I can restore ick plumbing
) gk .perfectly. The tendency of ma. I can restore sick plumbing
4Ma2 Is to crack the bulls, and pe.- to health and am readytocome
460 with cracked bulls are likely to promptly whenever yoi 'phone
S- or send for mne.
Whn thMe peanuts are separated from I have been careful to em-
m',viaes the farmer sacks them and ploy only the best workmen
b -te them to a factory, and his work and am in position to render
_.0 i Delivered at the' so you the most efficient service
e4aed tactoriee" his nuts brtfg 8 to 5 i the fairest prices.
mgbg a pound (eaeb bushel oentalaslg Don't imagine that I can
temirytwo pounds) for the best grades
--o 1% eents to 4 cents a pound for only serve you with repairs,
I= grade. The nuts still have on a for I am always ready to fig-
|mi coat of dirt. ure with you on installing fix-
MA the "factory" they are dumped tures of any kind whenever
S elate a drum where the dirt is re- you think of replacing or alter-
S Need W d a powder is mixed with [ng. PHONE 80.
,IhtsW. brighten and polish them. At
atg me tim e two fa aepsatethe R. J. PHILLIPS. _
* Ma at-d shriveled nuts from the per. *
.The nmuts are fies dumped '.
ly revolvting tate. where -
wmm sand girs conttine tim
V sparatieg the good freM.
the ats aweeleaaed an d se. sia.
ag eage Jly sseree ad -



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sevMias at Marylebo.e. a
h / W mM* ho fod a dag-*V 4
Ajs* he had arrested. "A
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Shingles. We will let them

go at the very lowest prices


for Spot Cash.


See us if you need any now

or are going to need any.


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I his deth is a fitting one j
mad apeciation of his worth.
,be It
I Thai, n the death of Dr
T Ll has lost a faithful
AnoeaUon a valuabemtom-
he dretton easa cex &od.
i counellor and a helpful co-
I, That it will be difflBcult to
sealous, as arrest Wd as
the vacancy oecasloned by
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imntohsd thelocal ppemfor
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SIM Reward, SIa.
The readers f this pap.r will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
me d td ddisease that salence has
,.bee to ar In all Its t ate, and
ttIs tanr Hall's Catarrh Cre Is
t Vhe native cuem now known to the
Si hateumity. Oatarrh being a

Md mucou rfaceas of thn
. ystenm, thereby destroying the founds-
tle of the disease, and ivln the ps-
tt-Itrfgth by building up the consti-
t isaltn nature in doing its
wr. Th proprietors have so much
faih In Itsa curative powers that they
of One Hundred Dollars for any ea
that it falls to cure. Send for istof
F J. CHENEY & CO., To-
Iold by all drucgists. 76c. Aug. It-tf.
Park Trammel would probably not
have withdrawn from the Senatorial
race had he ueen un-Trammelled, but
the expenses Incodent to such candl-
dacy are more than the man of aver-
age means Is prepared to meot, and
thu good men are frequently barred
from oloe,.-Florida American lEaxle.
It Is very important, and in fact It is
absolutely necessary to health, that we
five relkif to the stomach promptly at
th first signs of trouble- which are
belehlnL of gas, naumea, sour stomach,
headache, irritability and nervousness.
Thee are warning that the stomach
has been mistreated; it is doing too
much work and It is demanding help
fr you. Take someu mr oe in a
whina. saa after mao; some.
thn lIke ODO Por Dyspepsila and
Indiotosn. It will enable your stom-
sch to do its work properly. Sold by
aH drugctg *
Mrs. J. A heek of Tatl ee is in
Japkaonville, a guest of the Duval... .
kr. Radford, a prominent physaiean


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hu m ACom=wnt
ma w numbered by ,.
deis. And their are still coming -
before one is oat of tight another
soALLYd. f we fal to p we
Recommend ober Dmkn In the city.

TULLY & VAEGR CO.
TasllahMss, lIRa.

700 bushels of hdaim ay Seed Oast
for ale. Apply 4;
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-. A Cup ofWilefRes rSeeoI Labst

<' \\ is what gon strahcht td the b!% 4A
every man at 83Wkatfmee 3 j
I one knows that oany good greeer
good coffee. We take special 010
V ,/V our brands, as they have "Made
A, r storesfamous. Justasgoodsethe A.
fee we sell are teas. whiAh M40
.9 L1hold. good throughout our estq.e 3
We sen nothtgbut the bost at a s
products-those we have tested -@d.
selves, and so can stand by then. ,
< o~oT J. W. COLLINS, GroM.


Engines, Boilers, and Smoke StaksJ


Teaks. bisstrs


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Sappls, Etc.


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We have at bat about tomi help and :.am
wa oQt"met-ami -uw .
Sa w e t r as If we hanvea t
We Glu" or "Do-
Int of f hoe. c anmot a
C. Cot, aks., Blankets;is tft a IN- Yh |
sea Sfnditto as we wln do wtheFet.
Packages left at Hil's Book Storwe, wiN have pempt
attentim.
When you have something for as, just so M to C. *
trial, and our carriage will eall
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I -M I the hotel will con-
_a_ pm t of Mr. A.
# iM-r. C.Bufkda, &
im si eaeieot clerks, who
S im n meted with it for some
tahina's death ia signal
tflblTaMs, he was an eter-
a umblic sprited citizen ad
i asuasi as such by the
who ~ ad learned to

-ttlete the. le .

al t ad without n
af re, out of o r.
i WMi sVand Bh r
Sprmptly relieve backache,
inaiLub a *u tionoftthe bladder
old by allu dru

r A NowYeat r
# A rwy pleasMat New Year reception
S last Tuesday evening at the
r/ hi t t, ,CdMal
1:. ae About fifty
were present. Senator and
Sa we assisted in rel vn
' ."h th niee, Mi EnUM a N Glidewell, of
ST ., who ha be n their
fot r rV .Mit Etta Free-
Adf.y^pa Beeh, and their
toorm of tihe evening was the
of a "okld field school," taught
Glidewel.
it principal attraction was a debate,
'. "$l d. That the Comraissioner of
.Aileultue was a worse ly at school
'ta the atte Chemist" famtive,
S'Te-pekg |ot a t atI& mie d, 0o
S jesr;and Na s e G .Fload tode.
S elei honors ever. '& pel by Jeme
i "IMlN q, Marvin Melntosh and Al-
S wre listened to, and all
N bI e happily averted. Vusic was
rmdered iby Lms Knott al Ada
SMowe, and recitations by Etta F.-.-
Saga and Pearle McLln. "Death of the
SO TYear" was read with remt lore
I amphalis by Bobby *McCord, and
Le Jiriff read "Ring Out Wild
Atreeesswater (?) was passed around
b. l bie McLin Joe Broward and
1 Jen McLin. te ter bower,
praop to be very" delightful fruit
At "dinner time' all enjoyed
ikumh, which insisted of cro-
'Mita0t'e pickkl cakes,
iU lfttfrom little school b*


w admi sd ad mt i aro
Swhbere hot coffee wa served
e W tha t mes
A number of games
In. The old and everpop.
Vi~nia 6eel" foad its TO
e place on the. evening's pro-
1st vvisoes humor and spark-
it tbi old year 1907 was a thing
pst; the new 1908 smiled upon
iset a they bid farewell, for a
Sthe hospitable home which had
e acene of a most enjoyable
pestst included: Mr. and Mrs.
Boke, Mr. and Mra. John C.
S r. and Mrs. L. C. Yaeger,
Mrs. Wm. V. Knott, Mt. and
. G. Moore, Messrs. L. Hins-
H. 8. Etlot, Chas. Finley,
t Lewis, Walter McHue Arthur
=John T. Costa, Pres ke Dou-
mm McDougal; John M. Bell.


,Ela Glide-
eI Broward.
Wratt. Vir-
r, Joe Brow-


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M 1Asss on her neck and
gg her ana
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Wifely Cheer.
"I hasn't a pall witbh any n." .sam
the iaweowaful wan.
M)b. ye. yeou ve. dear." said bhi
wife sewmoragtaly. "with the fool killM


eehe.r%, and a week latr his chlet
eaw him stroar imrd along the
Itrans The latter ard aenacilnly
mpWo a and hAbrrMed to to h .l ub.
A very p remptoy leiteat the re-
ult, but Mr. Labdchusr t rre.d thu
Bature at the m as ws atiAe"gni.ele
the wdttit, so he do Ae *0on th u el-
velope, but placed It tb the fi lcket
ft a eeat. The he at oei for a little
holiday at Ddear- s pi, ad when he
had been thet fori a week or so he
opened the letter.
"Now," be remrthed to a friend.
"you can appreciate may felgbt ilu
placing Hammaond' letter In my tail
pocket for I ball w rit hlit' fol-
lows:
"'My lord. I have jwtw read otir let-
ter, which followed we to Hanh.e-Ba-
doen."
This explanation of tho delay was
regarded as wholly attehafory by
Lord Hammond, who uall he received
It had been disposed to be very wroth
with his dilatory assistant.


CASTOR I A
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isean the t t 9
Signature of to er

Mr. W. W. Sanders, of Spring Hill,
was among our pleasant visitors
Wednesday and advanced his subecrip-
tion to the 1908 date, just as many oth-
er are doing,


WdtI=ith a Pat this te--pest
*S.*,, b*VGP now mess $fest I-,:
-1 a inuli1 the. ,ie at-
MO p eamm bla from whih he has
eowl L **Pat, the deaesm say
m M very pI" ans b M. wIe dur-.
Oher vsit to the bhosptal ee day.
"What d they ra y? Too u can't
hut a by telUmg the truth." answer.
ed Pat. "Wll. Pat they may that you
cannot Uve." whispered the wife. final-
ly yielding to Pat's Insistent demand
totr the truth. "Ven't jou believe It.
Doctors make a habit of holding out
apes to the last," drawled Pat tn his
wearisome style. .-"They are only
breaking the news to you gently. I
am olago to get well."-Philadelphia

S' "telltale Bibles.
A dealer in secondhand boolradper
tfiud the other day for old Bibles be.
longing to three families that have
lately come Into prominence.
"Do tbe wat them as heirlooms?"
asked a customer who had read the ad-
v*rtlsement.
"Not a bit of It." said tbq dealer.
"They want the Bibles because they
contain a record of births; : consequent-
'ly they reveal agew-women'a age., pre,
sumably. Very often dealers In old
books are asked to look up Inconven-
lent documentary evidence of that kind.
Before day@ of afBnence the family BI-.
bles got lost In the shaffle of moving
around. Nobody thought much about
the loss then, but with the advent of
prosperity the books could easily be
come a source of mortification to many
women if they happened to fall aInto
the bonds of mallclous persons: hence
the frantic attempts to gather all such
records into the family."-New York
Post.
He Robbed the Thief.
Prom (seftstochowa. the Mecca of
Polish pilgrims, comes an amazing
story of coincidences. A pilgrim went
to one of the priests and complained
that some thief had stolen his purse
while he was In church and askel for
money. The priest replied thai he
had no money and that the beet thing
for the pilgrim to do wasi to try to
find the thief.
"I shall jto Into the chureb and steal
money from somebody else." said the
pildrim, "for I have nothing to go
home with." He went into the church
and. seeing a man in the crowd with
a wallet on his back. slipped his hand
into It and pulled out his own stolen
purse. wriththe t exact sum he had left
In it. He was so glad to find his mon-
ey that be hurried off to tell the priest,
and the thief got away.-Warsew Cor.
Pall MaU azette.
Names of Dano**.
The position taken by the dancers
gives the name to the "quadrille"-
literal English for "a little square" in
the Freneh tongue. From the French
we get also "country danct," which, as
a matter of fact, has no reference to
SImal frolics. "Contredanse." whith
has f Hence to the position of te
people. 'posalte eacb other, Is reOy
corrupted Into "country dance.", The
"pola" Is a Polish dance. the mein
being derived from the Bohemian word
"pulka," meaning half, and refers to
the half step which occurs In this
meas&e. The "waltz" is German-
waltsen. meaning to revolve-the cir-
cular motion of lhe roupelle easily ex-
plainng the connection. The "reel" Is
suggesUvely obvious. "Jig" Is of
course from the French gigue.-Rar.'
per'a Weekly.
Flatter, please. very g.i~errailly. It
the first place, the flatterer mr.y think
what be saya to he true. hut in the
second place, -whether he thinks so 01
not, be certainly thinks tI whom be
flatters of conmequence ,asugh to be
Bettered -Johnson.
Its Evelutin.
Prtend-How did you come to write
that "best seller?" The Modern IUt ry
Gednt-Flrut I was struck by a thought
I epiramlted the thoagbt. aketehiaed
the epigram, playlusd the sketch. nov-
eflaed the play and advertied the
nove"- Pork.
The Seat Part.
*Tommy. diM you gite your brother
the best part of the apple, as I told you
tor
"Teuam. I gave him the seeds. He
can pleat them and have a whole or.
chard"


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have made up my miNS
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our groQaries, because
I never have to make a
trip baok with some-
thing Mama dosen*t
like, and she says we
don't have to pay too
muoh where we trade for
what greeories we buy.
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(, l lHRHHgl i ^ii werta- g t, whis e o
l r~ ~ Joistmr than were
Isridia c' i to A Ssaate at ame time be-
sa Pidsefore, rand every iiase t is that the
water s Oan wt il most oucese-
Sfot hl of Vrids's The Florida
,ee tllate Fair to be Tampn from
h m atMM et v sad e. 5 n to MS brIng thou-
M over t from the iState ande $ w have ted tue State
to are it t tan of Co las. b~ere, sNd m will be in-
.W sle, there* e t than atdo so3 t rius' ectisa of
iS Bmi l by t Wy Uthe ate ticularly I those coun
ointo"d th i bsts In opposition and has sepe tgd at the FUir by ma
stre modes that he wVal make a T*siloent exhibits. I wish every
goil es to win the c. will ousty I could be lIadced to'
StheT~rUws O laoninh, have to pOwi participatO it the Fair, and am gladS
1reOtSbumapower to 4 *e indeed that a larger number will do
a em whou ds awakesedthe ado d so." That Mr. Orsig's predictions are
atios and Section of his whole on. true s shown by the hundreds of let,
sttesny, in (fat, of the etitre ol tetrs received by President T. J. L.
Al matter of act, Mr. (t rk Brown, these coming from residents of
d barseo omdt& to every section from Maine to California,
em. Ne has faffilarsed hielf l, who will visit Florlda for the first time,
pEt eperience with the wayof doii-g being attracted by the estepsive ad.
tino the complicated meetings of vertlising of the Pair. The array of
and is, therefore, better exhibits and amusement attractions
s d than ever before to be of will he the most remarkable eve- seen
o4au service In securing for his dii- at any State fair, &ad the horse racing
htp they stand in reds of. He is, South outside of New Orleans. Thor.
over, familiar with existing laws oughbredi to the number of 367 will be
i uering the nation and will perform shipped from New Orleans alone on or
tollent service la aligning himself about January 15, and several hundred
t those who would better general will also come from other States to
additions by amending those laws or winter in Tampa. In future years
a41n to their number Mr. Clark, Florida will be regarded an one of the
them, should be returned to Congress best places In the world for wintering
luty, but because he Is preemisently and training thoroughbred borses.
ad to d better service than any No ne to od cold th
man In his district. N o need to fear n obtan Bods Lxthisve
We feel very confident that the peo. 141h yrYUcnw ro "r dtler.
Ile of the eond district will hold the C'h s good erp to mfr your dealer.
n view with overwehnliguns % Wsid iw to moteirs who fear
Sfm.e view with overwhemis ast. croup and whooping cogh. It isa en.
dalty. They will never consent tote lative that expels h poison from
ese as their representative a man the system in the natural way. Cuts
who das given such strong evidence lm ad clears the head. Guaran-
of 0onspicuous capacity, sterling in- .md sd by Cobb's Drug Store. *3
tPirty and Intrepidity In battling for - -
the right as Flank Clark. Any effort to Saturday evening, February s, will
destroy his prestige will meet with be a memorable occasion in the lives
certain failure.-Tampa Tribune, of Florida's progressive newspaper ed-
Itors, for at that timn" *vllc '(iir the
NoW is Y your slem. banquet given annually in their honor
Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. 228 th by the directors of the Florida State
Ave., San Francisco, recommends a Fair, which will be held at Tampa from
r dy for stomach trouble. She says: February 5 to 22. Heretofore thi, ban.
tude for the wonderful effects of quiet har len held on Wednesday, the
Bitters in a ease of acute in- opening day of the fair. By reason of
d tion, prom ts t testilmonial. pr the fact that the day is not a conve
.,..stlive ltd tb t lo ttm eIh lent one for the average editor of a
iestremeyon.lth rimca tters weekly paper, the next banquet will
gret to nalterativebe held on Saturday evening after
orstes the system, purifies the every "form has gone to press." Here-
and is especially helpful in all tofore also the banquets have been
I f female weakndm 0c. at all held at the palatial Tampa Bay Hotel.
~i...* The next will be held, however, at the I
Mr* arG b- e '- -Lun heon. famous Spanish restaurant, Oran Orl.
Margaret Gambles Lunoheon. ente, in Ybor City, the Latin quarter of
dy, at the lovely residence of Tampa, and those atteuodlang will revel
hem smother and father, Mr. a d Mrs. In Spanish dishes, Spanish wines, and
R1a6rt Gamble, Miss Margaret Jaii. last, but by no means least. Spanish
bl r entertained a few of her friends at cigars of Tamp make-the finest
a ts beautiful holiday luncheon. cigars in the werld. Mmber of the
e flowers used were crimson car. State Legislature. State obcals and
natons, and a more glowing and Ira- other prominent public men will be
t table decoration than the one present, Including a number from
S boed this occasalo could not other States, and several hundred will
avisedth color of th h- be seated around the festal board. In.
nAon waa the color of thu lunch vitations will this week be extended to
* .and made a most cheerhtb am every newspaper editor and legislator
place cards wore dainty hsbils in Florida, and should any happen to be
p toad by the young hostess. the overlooked, they are requested at once
se besirs were also her artistic work, to notify Secretary Huffaker, Tampa,
T% were hand-.ainted post cards. of the fact. Invitations will also be
To. aMa pee aStO aebd a eittended touthe aMate r th v
orPO streamerUthatended atone aous State and national oce. and the
of table places. hTe post cards banquet will develop into a most im-
w0M1 esmemaed uneer the entermeoe portat ad Mlatretive politteal evet.
of th etabl, Paces. The post cards A most interesting program of toasts
S oure a ll t the treamers will be arranged. The directors of the
dr from its hiding place an ox. Fair and public of Tampa generally
Its post ar.d hope every editor of FPlelda will visit
ro. Gamble's powers an a homltNs the city on this day, and very courts-
are well known, and her daughter hnn *my posalbl will be shown them. Passes
Inherited them In a marked degree. to every'sMw on the fair and amure-
Sthe presides charmingly. ment Kgelads wl be shortly dintrib.
Miss Margaret Gamble's gets tatPd to the proiS
we1e Miss Helen Parrott. Mi. Be ,rtlh' i e.a It r ar
Hamiltoo of Petersburg. Va.. Miss y). arrof
via page of New York. Miss AtnVDr. hfe, O Deniyours pryiof that
Owens Misren Stockti n Miss medicine to take for cougAhs anti colds
Inisaubeth King and Mihm lelen r(oach and for every diseased condition of the
man -Metropolis. Btth. thr it, ehet or l ars," says W. V.
Seatentcl Spalalg Henry, of Panama, No., the world has
comnlte in punliment Menl when ahd t irt-w Dears proof that Dr.
child is actually bed. Some mother Kng ow very [s the best rem-
think that all crying Ibdness, it's not. edy for coughs and colds. a grippe, hay
When your baby eriea. look for pin or ever, bronehitls, hemorrehae of the
aonts external cause, if ou can't find lungs, and the early stages of coriump-
them give the baby Whito'a Cream tion. Its. timely use always prevents
Venmal fuge as the chances are It is esuf- the development of pneumonia Sold
feriti from worms which keep it hun- unde, arant at all druggist' t.. .
ry and cross aU the time Pleasant to and t1 Trial bottle free.
rein its acton. Price 25 cents. A Complete History of the Past Twen
oM by Hardeemith Co. y-Pve Years.
He is Under Contract. Marking a quarter of a conry or
Judg. PIirkhlll,. of the Flor'da Hu irogres and oplebratlai with at I.M)o.
premne llench. ina e'onqererl th,' paPge edltio, 1the 2th a"nniverh'ry .of
tenptatlion itl a announced that he, The New York World AImanenea' anla
would not ih. a i'andldate for CongreNN Kny'clope'dia is now ready. This re'-
to succeed Mr, lsmar, He beas hia crouce book. historical guide* and
action IIIsucW thMr hIKh mnd. litela W<>hv pta,' iUi.' of facts has kept jIacp with
action the'0 hih alee* prapsewownthe growth o'f the nation, and stands
grounil that h li. tilsol' s.ctracet with oday 1th only imllorhant hok of its
the [pewle of Florida to .cerveo out hi. ........th' o. ..y "..oitawt bouk o Itt.


term to the bench and h doesn't ". Whitaker." e. r ma it nal ts
thinkR It would be right to 10A'k aoth. ilOatba." Fran Its "lithette'." but
er ofloe at the ,bglinninig of hin jldl- d, ( othn. ranls e i it "T hette." York
cmlal servl It wotld bl better If all Wurl"d Almatmc and ti ncvelo-,"'li.,
oeBcf-holdorn held their trust In that Ihich i relon.Iu,, the evc'y lend te'
xiirit.- Itvt Onk th-mournihtIwhich If rrecognis l In sovery land the
iritrt. l- ()aak ]) crat, s ean t hine'hhs on ans the ,itindanr Amerl.
SMaple .iemedy for La GOripse I a .nnui. l. ly unll. piostaont p1111,
La grippe coughs are dangerous ap :t.ee
they frequently develop, into peumonia. CarE
Foley's Honey and Tar not only stop.
the cough but heals and strengthen This is to certify that' all dru"gglta
the lungs so that no serious results need are authorized to refund your m=hey
be feared. The genuine Foley's llpne if Foley's Honey and Tar faila to sro
and Tar" ontlans no harmful druvg and ur cougheor coMl It stops the e euh,
is in a yellow paeka. Refuse substi-. In1 the laws ad prevents posemo-
tutes. Sold by aUdru t. 2 J f ala ando i uama m. Contains e o-
-.. latest. The gea*ime is in elow k-
tr. Miles Antl*iin Poili- Not onl Rf SSbeftate. la
atop tif Miln. but do It quickly. digggla m 41210 .D.


daM r weePk.a
Mrs. A. Green spet- aWNraS dgS
last week with Mr. m4 Mr S J.. Wr
rell of aFt,. D. No. 5, OThoLavlO,.
Mr. and Mrs J. Dl. e spe t
Chbrtmas day with Mr. sad Mrs. O.0.
Van Brunt, of Tallsahause
Mr, and Mrs. 0. B. Strloklaa are
speadug a week with Mr. a1mMs.
Harreil, in Crawfordville. a.
Mr. Will Stringer, of Cairo, is visit
ns at Metrcalfe and vicinity. ,
Wev. H. J. Uraves, pastor to Metealf
charge, preached at Siring HIU at 11 a.
m. and at Plesaut Hill at 3 p. a. on
'yeptarday, the fifth Sunday In Decem
her. The congregation that met him
at Spring Hill was small.
C. 8. Hebard, who owEs the former
McIntyre plantation, four miles west
of Metcalfe. han arrived at Thomas-
ville to spend the winter at the South.
Mr. Albert McElvey spent Chrlstmas
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Huater
Woodberry, near Hinson, Oadsden Co.,
The Hadly lFrry bridge over the
Ocklocknee rivor has been condemned
as unsafe, it is reported that a larl
drift of logs is pressing against the
new bridge whli'h spans the same river
at the Fairbanks Ferry, and thereby
making the bridge weak and dangerous
to cross on.
Mrs. Nat M % ,lv'y was a pleasant and
welcome visitor at Dogwood on yester-
day.
The farming world is very slow
The late heavy rains have made the
roads a.moms impassable In this vicin-
Ity, at least in certain localities.
Print liberal during 190
ad Stomach TrosMleCured.
Havingr been sick for the past two
years with a bad stomach trouble, a
friend ave me a dose of Chamberlain'a
Stomh and Liver Tablets. They did
me so much good that I bought a bottle
of them and have used twelve bottles in
all. Today I am well of a bad stomach
trouble.-Mrs. John Lowe, Cooper,
Maine. 'These tablets are for sale by
Tallahassee Drug Co. *
ts hProMf Oats.
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for sale at Yaeger-Bethel Hardware
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Mr. and Mrs. Sanford May. of Ha.
vanas Florida, have been pleasant guess ti
oMr.and Mrs. R. W. Cobb during the
When you want the best, get Deo
Witt's Crbolised Witch Hase- Salve.
It is food for little or bi cuts, boils or
brnaises, and is especially recommended
for ea. Sold by all dr ist *.
Mims Emily Beller Is voting MIs
Benle Damon and a dance was veIni
her honor at the Armory one evening
this week.
Mr. G. W. Saxon, a well known
banker of Tallahausse, was in Jackson-
villa yesterday attdi to business
mattor--Timea-Un=, 1sat.
Mrs. Sith. daughter from
Crawto and Mr. Joaeph kerrelL,
who had been West for qite a while,
have been with their parents, Mr. ad
mra. Jeff. Frrell drtlng the week.
It dend pon thel.th you take.
DeWitt a LittlI Early Rs are the
best pill known for contlpatn and
siek eadhe. Sold by all r* "t
Hea. J. Walter Kehoe and genial
Julia Salomon were among our pleasant
visitors the first of the week.


eMo. Wa. B. Lamramade us a peas-
ant visit before depart for a abort
visit East. He will return again to Tal-
lahassee before geolrgto Waahto.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Roberts are now
S at thme pleadid wa Lfothem
Robert no
thogh theo J. T. Bernard Saen rreal
estate Ar, from Pset a. Du oBls, who
oWW- .ad "-A tre darn g ireent
Fe Mr. will add many ai
i ts and repei O to the plae, un
e a kea it an *Ideal" aid moset
comfortable bomefor himself and wife.
and the Tre Democrat wishes for thbm
nr happy yeam s there.
Rutabao a Seed! CaS at d Yat er.
Bethel Co.'s for your utbaga Seed.
35-tf
Prof. .W. Buehbo ls is in reewpt
a letter from a Biso e. pritv et
Rhode Schola p at xod U
alty ana f that at hist olue
Addmh Me otM and towbi theN ham
amr. The qGww man is now spendwng
the Cahrstees vacation er l-at
with friends Is Cerua am lsleof
Maa-Tampa Times.
MRa MI IW 1 eeroomsforcouples
Address MIssoMaUle K. WhatleyNoth
FIo:lt Rl I I wi reot to a desira-
ble tona nyBetoat Hill houe one
ame eae o Tanlla ma, with 40 to 100
or masresof tlad deasied. Good
u, d "arde
m Alab s lme las nr i rL
A to Jofe L. Wei&mor.
S- tf


Mr TbhomraHumph of this city,
and MiM Nodoi tri of Marhai-
ma, a., we h n marrid at the
how ;oft brkon Wedue u and
Um irne u imtAlaytoly to Tala ,
an dwi rl Mod t Munol a H ll
Mr. and M. John ,Humphrie. v
thamn a i dinner and the nad
t enjoyed the occasion very h.
Mr. -eho Pnnm accompanit his
friend to Marianna and acted best
man. The True Democrat extond .
gratuatins with test wishes forg
and happy ife.
A Ringa's Dysesla Tablet after &Aeh


free. Ask or dealer. Sold by Cobb's
Drugr Store. s
Hoes. W. M. Holloway and J. G. Kel-
lum are a t the State Tee
S at t St. Pt
-on the th week, and Mr. M.
Geman, our local editrees is also
t heI, _*rO-_ -- the Floria School
Exponent hm there may be a short"
a in local news.
. Shame on you, Brother Jordan, of the
Puta Go~Id Herald, for going after
thoee JnaekmvUB ndnidac so severe.
ly : .'If the vileeandidate af
as heok lny y aa Muheim of t&@
Me e pi them, they neE
not o late tk region to getvotem .
Indeed, we w y them b stay
away. a t scare our women
and wiMewtWtS.'
HorN Blanketmand Lap Robes. Lar-
eat stock to elect from at J. D. Ca1s'
The resigation of Rev. Father J. L,
Hue as in chre of the Roman
C aoUe CIm in this ity toek effect
Jamary Ist, md it is= udIetood that
mother pha been aifned to du-

served the b-b here for more than
th ea and his people most sin-
r q r iasC thair spri-
hbre fr the preaot., much to the de-
Ight of his may friend of all aeds.
When yu want a nice granite or
mabl, monument, write the Themase.
vilo Marbie werks, R. A. Weldman.
The vaanesey i the rectorship a St.
Joiha'ns ({sopaZ) Cherch la this city
ceased 1the death of the museb-i-
mated OCarter will not be tmA
diately Ailed, but ihop Weed wI pro-
vide at ease fo aUainterrupted srva
by tempoear* ass fnent&. For about
es mouth mplem will be GlOed by
Descon Hyatt, who io aad to be a mse
nMaicioa.
Mrs. Catherine DuRoe who is In Tal-
lahaseso for the winter, made True
nwmnrga & visit oae to'
mil to her sky address.


Lihaery Meetag.
The annual nsmeetf' of the share
holders of the DavidS-. Walker Ubrary
. Oa Thursday afternoon Jan. 9 at 4 p
I forte purposeeofeteeting dieetor
for the ensui year and th transue-
tion of such bLne as may properly
come before the meeting. A full atten.
dadce Is o deired.
John S. Winthrop, Secretary.
See the advertisement of Larcinaria
Tennirolia, manufactured by Dr. E. E.
Philbrick in this ity. It is an excel-
lent medicine reoommended by
the bt dM btbeingfar etoulr
good for i am stomach
roubles. Dr. Plbrik's labratoryis
as neat and clean as a new pin he
invites the public to visit him there.
Dr. F. M. Bunker, one of Leon' old-
eat and best citizens, died Tuesday at
his home near Lloyd, Florida, sad the
folwin Masonse fram Talahaee
went out and attended and conducted
ti Masonic funeral services: MeU-rs
A. A. Murpbree, & Rooe, Dr. W. E.
Lewis, H. N. Sweeting, D. M. Lowry,
Arthur Wilalns, Herbert A. Williamo
and J. W. Colins. Thedeepeat ympa-
thy is extended to the bereaved family
in the taking away of this good manm
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor pent the
Christmas holidays ve plesatlywi h
Mrs. Taylor'sa ,i M= RH. D.W t
and Mia Nellie Baett, and thaeW,
a number of Invited guest, eJyed
Master Dell Hartt's Chnrma tree
party.
Mr.J. C. GuerryivisitinglatPalatka
this week.
We to Ie em Mr. Oliver
Joheone sk wT paWsiMia-
and hope ha may oon ever from It.
Mrs. Win. 8. Mami, of Jackason
vill, is this week visitiw her perentM,
Mr. and Mrs. Geoe ewis and her
nany wam Tallahaee friends.
Mr. zvereU[ Lewis spent the IChrSt-
maa plma-antl wit hoisparents and sia-
ter andmanyT a friends.
Mr. W. C. Lewis now owns and oper-
ates one of the prettlest auto mobles
everh i t other ity. There ae quite
a number of nice one owned and uaed
here now and several more of our citi-
sans will soon have their own cat.
Messrs. Chas. Capwell, Abe Dsialyn-
ski and Joseph and Henry Lester were
am the traveltag aslemen who spent
Chr tmas season ploeeaUm y with
their Tallahassee relatives and frieds.
, Rev. R. J. Taylor, located at the
Carrael charge by te the lt Metho-
dst conference at Tampa, spent some
day with Mr. J. L. Hall on Clinton St.
visited otherr Talshassean this

L0 1 r I ad cold 5 e imed watch
Wea y moenl attao ftofob.
ESCT OB 4JU S %


Fl.


impree levied' MayfulmeoB
Some years Gb the Elm s ....
was a capital hand at whiU gway
her own and oth* people's tUm.whe-
realdlt at obscure wattelag pleaa~
where the acostwmed resoa. of
ral gaysty were at f t. Oas-asm
which she lavntmd w lb gav
much delight was tMt A eostly jewd
was placed upon a eawer and eve*rei
with an inverted teacup A lady ,
toased them to a gentlea n aested en
the opposite ade of the wboa ,ad Mi
be eausht the ylng utmssie with moag
a steady hand that the Jewel was e
displaced from usder the cup the i
became the property the lady.
course te gaIlat who wea to "ot
felt an nteaNe soItutde., ltsamech as
the prie tfe tthe 4y which his a.dl
sees might ain or his awkwardMa
lose had a value whchb rendered
poaseloeMt edntlagly desirable
made Its tlos acutely felt. It is
that the emperor was the best "at
eO of them al, and when be was preo.
eat the game was played with an eam
thumsias which would rival that et a
thickly populated nurfery.


Peotnatoe.
"Now dreadfully Mtot tie gseral
bettlas!
"Yes. Isa't t fertusatet Oterwas
he wouldn't be abe to wear an mb




Print liberal draIng 19W
Mr. and Mrs, John Bar, of WlMd-
pe Canada Uno sad Aunt ololp-
rFred Buik.secretary of theOd
Bro-. tio pitting andl around the
Tallasame couMI e w
The Gainesilyer Sin truthfully a-
Is never more saefulty employed In
assoiting a worthy Mere to becmeoa
-bke iand a more wdm kno store
Wfe Isbed the tios
-b neonmact for the
Ralead CommuBaar Bliteh and
wife et Christmas wek with, t
W IRa i e. left
da to a ldlaew da ;t theirh
at Mont after weh Mr.
wilt re to hi duties i.Talahlaam
--Starke Telewap.
Dr. John C. L'Es ed
Wofl to ow
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BUYING A BUGGY IS NOT LIKE BUYING A MEAL I
You can't buy a Buggy in fifteen minutes. You0,

should take many things into consideration and


I,


A Straight


Talk About



Buggies ..

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it to last, a


long time, to run smoothly, to look stylish and to be


as cheap as is consistent with good


a large stock of all


styles


to make


quality. "I


have


a selection from.


Call around and see them.


Cor. Clinton and Adams Sts,
Tallahassee, Florida,


My supply of double and single buggy and'wag-


on harness is complete, also


full stock


of plow lines,


bridles, hames, collars, traces, back bands, etc. etc.


Il71


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


- Prices. "


J. W. DEMILLY,
Veterinary Pbhysician
and Surom.
Dental Work a Specialty.
OFFICE
SiHO NAME'S STABLES.
W. D. Pratorlus,
Punera Directoi
AND
Licensed Em bamer.
NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
O Doay Mdf L. Tim 163.
TALLAASARR. FLA.
My clemt sa d pr-sss m binmw .
now earrl Isthe Uptai pmrt of
the Coa-ta-UM ., nearly oppo-
site te xpr- -E A)9 sample
I inesof Atqto M to-measure
Sarrmentm for ad ame on t .
1 4-tf -MW. H. A


47- y y
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A. R. S. T W IN E
Re air our Boots and Shoes First Class Work. Sadsteedon guaraategA


Alo we have in connection with my shoe buminms thea
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
C2rim, Dnrdo and Promma. lMtChm Wokmen do w esri. Yen~d0
to at. Om Panama Hate Cleaed and Made New. No fae.
No. 342 CbtoM s.O. d mrA N. 275.
NEXT DOOR TO PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.


I have purehased-the interest oUM.
H. J Sr Ir. the Low Dairy
an. cad i continue to mnanS
the deaeNtin fi ne Je my
ow, Poa d a Hof and Chise
om County Bter. s located 8
mile norteat of TaalUasee.
Maum H. JoawoM. Jt.,
44-tf P. O. Tailmb e. Flord.
Huyler's in fancy pakages at Helmes
Dru Co. 48


" J. RANDOLPMI,


CIVIL ENGINEER


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Ex. County Surveyor.,
-r. a" cbt"plI
A aned el a ho-a ie e
etie for sale at a-
tsim ""a


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You want


i.l 9


think well before choosing.


J.


D. CAY
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NEW 60ODS
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Are arriving in daily bought at the
right prices and will be [sold at a


very small profit. . . .
Dressers from $5.00 up.
Bed s from $3.00 up.
Chairs from 50ts 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 CLINTONwANDJIADAMS STS.


MEL


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