Group Title: weekly true Democrat.
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: January 17, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Volume ID: VID00152
Source Institution: University of Florida
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TAJAHA b.E, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY


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1908.


**aniLio He ty t .( office; Equal Justice to All--S I Privileges to NoW..
S. .. .....a --m UNTING PARTY nw whose .life of marked RAM CLAR"
vl. t q e me4aal T I the5 se h T1 A strength and who is one of
B.r .Igh ap-- a.t e aM _t, AT ST. MARKS marked beauty. In a man AFTK S..
'Ida anmaunof strict and live --
"T in the fear and imof Coa t As i
P-
StoSeveaseaes .L nMarks M as ct ltheon Wansts World *t Km
dssh s h ee6Ill / ditiaat a inita ftk e ae- AN
e lEMM know, y aod of. The Cincinati Tmes-Sta.e, of Janu- tim on the beauty of t. S Frank Clark, Co.gr
: \ tyA of ary 8, had the followiat eitterestang thu uniting to rect our ideal IseteForm la
tat w yML eIm yialeab ~ yo- fews. which Rev. C. H. o. now of um, so the symbol of Free Masonry- ladetermined that i
O at wte s of the oal T e that city, clipped ad sent to usa : while each teaches its own beautiful afer through fale
ia i TI mM ies a ny shotf wor which todat n Seventeen of Cincinnati's en en o af- lesson-all unite in one harmonious sys- age made by Mrs Qu
notn .ns i Amds us of the tern and for one exalted purpose -he ma lawyer pai4 byI
esu o aT -7 life. But fairs will start South Latur'y good of man the ood of the workl anomn last Satuiayi
Wt con- teMw f the accaciao evening in an L. & N. ib e_ car on is this the end which Masonry has in lowi resolution in th
'. W a appeal of the most prettatioun s 'tr of view? Let us see. The tenets of a For sev
1ma S I a l ins ithe season. The cartto" Mason's :roferion are three. To him th paper of the
e m d d Am rIand f thel o with cots. .mm issary.mad lt truth is the column of wisdom, because as a certain malt
m w the body that will render it taeie its rays penetrate the darkness and pub horrible a
oue T caM f h. aW a e an immortalyouth, trip from Cincinnati to St. Marks, 'a burst fortn into splendid light. To him they tervn *peonage'
Y. s nite wer 01,as@iNe iJ"l anI emblmyottm uf aith. where it is to be side-traced ad re- brotherlove is thecoluron ot strength, State.and
t date T lemi ortafty of the souL B It tainted as a headquarters ad base of because it unites and ties us in bonds of "Whereas. Is the,
peied P we are reminded we have an m- supplies for the party. which wiN re- fraternal affection. And to him relief has been bokl and p
ather Te; mortal part within us, which shall sur- main three weeks in the Southland be- is the column of beauty, because its or- ed that slav exi
-o -eA- the rvo v, and which shall never fore starting homeward. nameots are the widow's tear of joy farms, lumbeC aeam
S- .* die. So as the symbol o inator- tTwo napthaiauncbes haveheen placed and the orphan's prayer of gratitude. camps in the at s o
ii l--atak _tyw, thew ieali smosmt upprprisateto thedisposalofthe imed andthe But let us remember that the prmaciple/ appt, L.ouiiana afM p
nag ~to Masonry, all of whose teachings are in- will do most of thel. guw du UP of Masonry can lift us only o high- Southern tQatea; and.
'p Ps- tended to tnuleates he lesson that life down the Fenhollow river In Florida, that the light of Masonry can lead us "Wherea., The horr
B let comes forth rom the grave. But this a streamthat is said to be the rendez- only so far. To moral rectitude, but leged inhuman treatme
Sa sll M eve-greens p ent means even more to vous of myra'_s of duck, deer, turkey not tQ God. brother Masons, we e a Alle ed slaves are au
fi 1 511 t sym'- Masons. Ir this one symbol we and other ame. To seaah this stream created for a destiny Masonry can never in the minds of pros;
a. i~na o taught that beautiful lesson famn they have to steam down th St. Marks know. Broadcast, the world over. sin the. Southern States
Sl ato ll Third Degree Masons, that River and about thrty miles along the has goe. Its roots are in every heart, that life is not safe
'i t I noneance must for a time lie in the coast of the Gulf of Mae. and Ts fnirts everywhere. Itsa ti hof aAd ,
ye, ad then by the Grand Master The tel. clod Robert H. death is upon every life Its curse tI "Wherea, The Dep
t f the Universe be called to immortall- W rank W. Foul s, H.F. Jerdens. upon*s all. A daric world, asin-cursed twice in numbers of ir
11los1ry1 Let usralso keep in mind the place W. Ma ndevil Harry HakeW. A. earth. 0 light, shine upon us I Let nored the United Stat<
I spprifg of eel wasplan~ Stewart, Dr. W. A. Leach, Louis the darkness be gow Lome forth mnd neys in many juri.mdict
B Ca vary-the place of s Itre SGeorge W. Widsch. John lift the veil! Shewa the Father. We ticall committed to o
Sw U o "*brought liffeand Aio- A. ~,Ps R. H uibbard, "_ would see Thy Light! We would wal bo the prosecution of
Bd6iS w a" rby hto t." Let us also keep In J. Gr I R. .Jn WGt. in Thy Way Come forth, 0 Thou Son 'peonage' in the South
bIyM t Ub t "ithe myusta of Hi death,. R r "R" _k Robbin, and of God I Com forth and bow us the -Whereas.o, It is cha
d 3 wdofthecr ac the place of Fred Koh Their baggagecar s way. Thou hat come Over Bethle bers of innocent man b
f t' s is, and in this beautllittle now be 8nofloored with matting and hem Thy Star didst rest On Calvary upoh the testimony of
B m odbut which is really and truly rugs, a ttedup with everything to Thou dadat die! 'The tomb saw Thy sand put to great @X
Ieoraatbu t e moit important and eniallsea"i t e* make it a desirable living room for the resurrection Olivet beheld Thy return ing themselves a
tUtil has in ases iscidence, we have a beautiful mnerry party. Cooks are to be taken to Thy God and to my God! Thou art proved upon trial 4
ha. 1.a s I of all the mysteries of life along and tents enough to shelter the the one Light for this dark world! entirely groundless: an
a rt to ads-death, of time and eternity, of the entire party when they have to camp Thou art the one way for this sin-cursecd Whereas, The trutI
2". 1thtes l present and of the future. ashore too far away to conveniently earth! Through Thee let us behold the to the end that if$in
S( he m a ,, --The square is another im- reach their baggage car headquarters, throne of God! Through TbheyVKs to tude' does exist, as ia
sii0 t Tbay dW' a gl significant symbol in Free T ^ ^ ^^ us an entrance into heaven vaid from pos may b q
S a MIti the symbol of moral- 0 rCAKMI 3 SU VW. Thy hand may a crown descend upon so that proper iqilJ
an And though applied in various Tallahashee now has a mail c rrier every he ed o as efctualy
p o some w the mquae everywherenc tulct service in force, and if our citizens will GoodDaughter-True Wife. tn ane, and ee
we go to t- Rman fO of honety. So umveraally ac- have their street and number added to Ther', are other ministe-rs of love money, procOred an
wrlia h w e p1~d symbol that it hab passed their address, the carriers will deliver more conspicuous than she, but none cutai omeers
the invadir lanuae and proverbial mail, when t is desired so, at all basi- II which a gentler, loveller spirit appointed swor a
A d thoeswe asew a Life squared by the virtues .dwells, and none to which the heuri' States ttomeya 8i th<
N w *to them of y and truthfulness A life nes p s or residence address. etwarm requitals more oyfully resond the Congress may like
e~.~a tregem that an stand and challesare the uner- every citizen lend all the awsistance sh,. in the steady llght of nter fath.-r's so Mth-t nearly
R wle s ag square! square deal The possible in making the syetem work house. Her Ideal I. indilnalubly con- had to prevent such u
Fre Fr- o mld is i sore ned of it. Thousand smooth. profitably and satisfactorily. nected with that of -his firesid.. Shh, meant of the govern
Tof place d tons of thousands mourn because _nmnihmdisen Therefore, be it
Mk the pOwe tr is so little of it. Frin mother "Church inamrning nellight and h eeen 'Resolved That the
"BUat I am earth the blood of countless victims Tp rwi be c-hed rvxvtir d le House of Kepresentl
6 for "hSI am a rio sadcalls for it. Square living I The AwdASfapper will be celebrated .ternesi tf her sex have their place in hereby directed to a
5foreths TSaheano needs thisutoo. Anda tse at 11 o'clock serve. All persnms de- the mighty sway which she holds over hmemrbysdhit toots
two worl --- d thisdealto. and -Muare siring to unite with the church either his spirit. She Is the Uride and orpa of fle with ful power
thooooings-squareodealinig membequhieoltueh
The qiof Hovfbn -point to moral rectitude. And byletter or o onfeson, will please in,,t of his hospitality. and the g e it shall i to make a f
eally met- oral retitude is the meaning of the meet the session at 10:30 promptly nurse of his Hicknei.. KFortunate in examination of all the
i'tt the squwe. During the last century, an .- ... I 'STO. the honm In which is a igo'd ialaighte'r all the said charges of
S a arciteet, ia rebuilding a very ancient Oar dtw's Mat. ()ftentimes we have *wni at tall ship State of Florida and
s- b rid raeamr Lhnerick,.in Ireland, found glildo by against the tide as if drawn State; tie t Oand &
a prt de- wander the foundation stone an old ur editor has a hat. It is a new hat. by noin, invisible how li.. with I a Mrs. Quat kenband
of operative brassequare much eaten away. And MorAd he thwean that all thlove oftime. a haxcept, hundred strong arms pullig it. er the matter of
I tle- the two sides he found this maorialwrunfilp-d, her streap-ers wer
Ia .0 1 111 w upo the levl by the as though he slept in it. Perhaps he all dro,,oing, she had neither side- attodmesdind caain
S^ .. m thwears it as an advertisement This is wheel nor stern-wheel; still she moved the employment t
f me uit vacation A "id (Mmpamsse.- The compasses are a- not san accuation, itt is merely a sur- on stately. In serene triumph. as with and her aseiate to
ert whiA eone tr symbol in Free Masonry. In op- mime. At any rate, he seems inordi- hr own life. Hut we knew that on prosecuton, and to I
itbs within it basti- ve Manssry the compasses amused nats ou of that hat it isa Victor, the other .si. of the ship, hidden b. roughly ea h and every
ls w mbohle expreaslom of a for t"le admoeei recent of the archi-. o I. EL. .Huteblson's hats and E. noath the great bulk that swaim n. connected with or in a
iadteos iada A tact teetsplans, and to enable him toriva L Hatchinson's hiat have a reputation. majetically, there ,was a little toil- thea charges of slav
Masary with all the these proportonwhich will nsure It means something o be able to wear some steam tug. with a heart of fire usual manner ofpro
Sy i, waach, with alike beauty as well as stability to his work. ne ofthem. oe t, "ur Joe and rms ( ron, that wait tugging which at has been it
S the s .me symbel0 ex- -In .pedltive Masonry the compass -- ittohim. Mr. Caser, a brother it rvely on; and we knew that it sued by the
lthmaM ve g ides.The arm. .bol of that beautyof sortt tohim. S, after the lt. stam t untw newd her Nd toreport
iMueaion tl af thsee ma ald that standard of rectitude all, it s aTauasg hat Mr. Hutch- rthe itndleft the Bip It would wal. ion to this Ho O at
i the tanscet mytis wfalich are needed to brine real happi.nson is naes of our citisen temporarily larn rnd leftl the hp, would it hi ticable dos t I
ham must ness. Hence the compass are remove, Mr. Caser belong here par- ow ad troll th ile. u and drift hther te Thi t the.
d il t heSm Cmon most prominenit emblemsof virtue the t-a- in baseal season, and e mitteeo fulyhmpow
S es ty there comes tread o nly measueof a Mason's life Oh, wl1, Joe stands for Tallahassee! .it tilde no map knows where. And persons, to nmmmn at
.That is fm the ,m sad enduat. As the Bible gives us Consequently, we are all proud (if, and so we have known more than one t dance of wites
P Masy taind t on our duties to G(o, and the have an Interest in our editor's hat. K eni. hligh deck, full-freighted,. Ile-
Ste symblic sde of u, ure illustrates our duties to the com- Only, nobody elso wears it nobody else called, bhut that for the bare tolling A Nrdea r
Sthe potent and al our brother, so the comn. gets a chance arms and brave warm-beating heart of James E. Stark wa
shbt ti p es give as light and instruct us in Coateat nt. the faithful litle wift that nestles don by the Board of I
thduety we owe ourselvvs-the great The darkness, the shadow. h1.. burden F lo. to. t hint would have gone down The board was in ae
masa architectur- and mpoprtant duty of drawing a line thea nihwith the stream and have ben beard i paed on a numb
bust he ben n-ared owr wishes and inclinatlons. and But whnl t .tr tinn't of no more -Palm Beach News Starke case was of th
ore t Teple k allI within the bounds of prea t lh i-.t^^ ^^^---- nterest ,tarke wa_ co
And this re- thu mand moral deed. In other T himtr l andth drisl", th. h l.,om and Wateched Flifae T-ers. ano and sentenced to
m ue N e dSee wdlthea empaaee mark the bound. tand "For flftest years I have wstrhel for killing his wife
rig with- withi whe ies the re of a ut wheo a breaks through the the working of -uke.s Arnica Salve; Angel, who was an
ndu e eotete s ste 's e, a sm- which tet-what a day! and it has e failed sureaiy sore, southern Expre. Con
waie not to tphe I take, with lo's patience, somedark- boil. uler or um to which it waa ap. ville.
m .,.- .- "I. -tad thep ,__inS, plied. It has savad us many a doctor ,Stark.e comes et itaio et I, t Mn For when the e asky is se-n, iman't it bill," a A. F. Hardy, of East Wil. ly and hias trial was at
a ine sp-af hMte m ot be frn '" f --- ton, MaIN. Mle. at all druggists. medlate members and
0 bt ma tM f aa t be t@ -"' B-"mo.re a. ---- -.......---- toB at the time. TIM
4a-- whil Se eh teaets Baltimore What tha Future gas in atore. suited in a maitrial at
lth irt,"- .... There have been no failares to r.e- year in Jail for the del
to a a a ea p Aday is debarred fraee cord. and the general development of trial reaslted in o
1t.h5 a nfd l tearu words. no atheist the State i golag merrily on. The eatemee. Defemne w
*J- a- JM^^Altad K||H a Maesa. For the 3M1e is woederfal resources of Florida aMl le tl@of tepory
Ua- ett (- sesepted as the greiw the dev lop.mat of tht pnaty ea eearn ttv Btarkm


-?.2.M.F-U beoferb the greatest asur inti Imor he OWsvt O
i wa- 11 m d S im &0 a4 tw ra adevelopmeit. H l a
.2 iT_, may h e ,, fture for hlmior.,to i rally Of

lbpt=^ I Im l a'lgl ILwBk1It be 1 Ca1 m bt rtlgtt.-Jacksonvllle Industrial Re. t,&0 bia year to tha


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K
rNDZRIKS.

ew who Are Wr *
mectoats.
rosman from the
emlonal District,
i State shall not
charges of pen-
ackmabos, a wo-
the overnmeat,
nt roued wthe fol-
he House:
eral mouthed pbat
9 United State.
asine, have been
accounts of what
in the Southern
) publications it
,ra ntently charg-,
ist in turptenati
I and railway
' Florida, Mias-
ractically all the
ible details of &I-
,ecordedthebe
to

in a ;
artment of t
inLance has '
es District tter. ;
ons, and has prae- M
ne Mrs. Quaekn- -
alleged eases of
; and, i
-rgd that num-
ave been Inodeted
perjorwe daaame
Charges that
am. court to be
h bouki be known
ivolutaqr ,avtf
elihmed, s.e.
in the pnamim
prevent its
emt "am ar lm

* the ith
S4farienmt state,
rwila be advised,
ilalaton may be
se ot the dart- .
ment ih future.
I Speaker of thU
atives be and is
nt from the
a enmmittee




heir asslstants i

lad it. teat-
facts rthaam




-a"r there
elal of the mid


tie.
Bra. QuQa=A1Aa
he earliest pthar
emat r atend foai



id rompel the at-
s t(the same.
Shas been per-
&t of Jus. The.
bfasuralconclus-
the earliest pbar-
aidm t ial fve yao
ifer ip tronend for
Ltnd ompel the at-


s granted a par-




fion three da -
dr of ter arl. Te
etreatest public



mvietod fwitve yeali

's brother, Johnat D-
mdpany at Jackson-
nd after nearly a





thtdfabee t i


No NOto ow 0eolds this wtdemure sdtrial willbe well is-
Msem 6- tth readersof OWeN&

"f bgo meIs 0 wile- 60ew std'Outk i
i~iged -to~It! istebh seh
--A- wvu se 1=6 do* now at ar
Odway. t_
arlsouduhb' D Store
~ for do li~.muuema. w at wwato ua heS wketJ. D. C4t'


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LEVY BROS.


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Sale of White oodsand L


Thousands of yards of 10 and 121 r '

cet Valence mne Laces, at y *


JUST THINK OF IT---10 and 12 1-2c Lace, at 5 cents a yard!
-'


White KIcerized Madras, in Stripes and Pretty Designes, worth 25 to 40 cents per yd, on sale at 24 cents per yd,.


;36 inch LeoIning Glory Long Cloth,


usual


price 15c yd, now,


36 inch Fine Long Cloth, worth 25c every-


'Mhvre, on sale at


--.5c yd


Linens For Suits, Pretty Pink, Light Blue


and Grey,.-


Irw23cmyd


10-4 Pure Linen Sheeting for Skirts and
Suits, on sale at ... .. -.$1.25 yd

Fine White Shirt Waist Linen, 36 inches
wide, special, --- ----.....26c yd

Special Sale of Dimities and Nainsook.
Don't fail to see them.


We are showing some exceptional Values
;n i Ma!in UTnderwarA


Unusual shaving of Corsets. Amewia
Beauty and Thompeons Glove Pkft -
are the best. Style and Quality.


All winter goods must be sold to u
roomh for new goods.


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THE BIG STORE.


Let Us Show You The Star Brand Shoe For Ladies.


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Slateroettag Cit Coesed Preceediao e
Souancil Chamber. City Hall. Tallaha,
ee., Florlda, January 9th. 19014.
The City Council met In the Counci
('hamber. City Hall, In regular messilo
and upan being called to order by the
IPrsldet of the Counell the roll was
called and the fonllowint Councllmr.-
answered to their uaieMs
President Spiller and Coundlinli
V'ay, Chlttenden. Ievy.v. win, Moor
Had "sxoa.
A quorum preheat.
Mayor W M. Melotosh. Jr., and City
Attorney Joeph A. Idmondoon. wer
prest at the Council meeting.
The minutes of the meetings of 1)e
member llth and aeoember 0Sth, 1907
were read and approved.
Reports were submitted by several
city ofials. read and ordered fled.
City 'Attorney Joseph A. Udmond
woe appeared before the Council for
and oa behalf of the Special CommtI
tee omoisting of himself, the Preel
ileat of the City Council and Council
S 'nan Geo. Lewis, appointed at th<
(ounoil meeting held December 8)th,
I9?, to make an adjustment as a basl
4f ettlement with the Capital City
ightt and hFel Company for accounts
for ga furnished the patrons of mild
Company during the months of No
vember and December, 1907, and
stated that said Oommitteo had had
n moaterseae with the ofeers of the
"apltal City Lght aad Fuel Company
'musted at Tallhassee. together with
tIns. F. T. Myers, the attorney 'top
4lid Compaay; that at maid oomferee
t he Committe from the Coun il had
demanded a ridaetleo of 60 per oentes
rfr the patrOn of mid Company on
Ks bills ter s n tralshed durtag the
mosthe of Novembr and December.,
1907;: that the oAet1ls of Mid Oeam
IaSy located at Talahasem had agreed
at a md ealbresee to take the matte
up w"t the head Aelals of said com.
pany at Phiadelpt s, aMd at the at
owem of a t dhort of e per eratum
Sdmaedd b SMA Committse had
hm uthwristM by the amd ead of-
oeet ~a aM Compay& aMad that the
Sreamm ditoaa f ma o d am utle
tmsO wase th" he counts of
the Pnm of gd OMim for 8s
farsidl d t8 C- *- 1us of N1-
vaeuw Ud i : be paid
01 Cty AUMWu eolse stated
to toe Ceunth thMemger of th
L *e~tlte eledtFo Myie df


K ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ U H'* ^^B o -^^a^R* d A
I8NO '111W 4W Wyasi 011i~yra


. thi ,conference, and that it had
tlwn i grped that the said Capital City
Light ind Fuel Company be allowed
I thirty days additional time la whbcn
to comply with the said requirements,
and that the representatives of mPil
Company had been at saidtaoinetaol
Company had been notified at rait
conference that if at the expiration of
that time the said Company had takin
r no defalte steps to comply with the.
sald requirements that the City Coun.
ell of the City of Tallahassee, Florida,
would take the necessary proper legal
st pas to nullify the Charter of the
aid Capital City Light and Fuel Com.
. pany.
Councilman Chlttenden made a mo-
tion that the report of the, special
committee, as made by tity Atorney
Rdmondson for said Comml,t.%. be
received by the Council with thanks
r of the Council and that the ('onp n", '
be eastlued. The motion as tsawl, hv
Co ctllman Chitteaden was duly c.
onded and adopted by the City council
by a unaalmous vote thereof.
Councilman Chbttenden brought iup
i for the consideration of the City Coun-
Scil! matters relative to Waterworks
i Plant for the City and aask4 *f the
I ConiiIii.te to whoat 'iese maten* na04
- been referred, consisting at Hon. W.
I M Mclntosh. Jr.. Mayor, Hon. A. C.
I Rtiller. President of the Ci(ty Courcil
and (' "unImuan U~o. W. Baso'l, Chair-
r roan of the Finance Committae of tlh
I C.tv 1cucell, was as yet ready to makm
I any report in conneetloe therewith.
P After a discumlon of them matters
I Councilman axon sugosted that as It
i was understood that a reprematative
of the company owa the Capital
City IUght and Fuel odpay d the
Tallahasee Water Weo Oewmpa
was to be her within a short time to
meaftder attera relative to the gas
plaOt er that It id be well for
the Comtoe e having the I attr in
ehrge to write to the head aeses of
Iatd ompary at Phtelpbla. Pa.. and
ask that party oeems heroes the rep
restatUv of mid t ompay be father.
Iad and Wive per to etmr late ao
laas 1 with te ho nprao im of

wora mOmaR. w"wspes o-tew-
so Cu m m ma e amai th.a *t
the Immtes havif o mWMttsaa I
ed of the al5a Water

_ ml1a m bay sM-1m
now sea1 smied
Oowa mr d d- -4 toI
city Oma a a 1: nn VO
"p9m tde m1iam MMI at r*


quest of the Mayor, the City Attorney
was add.l to the above referred com-
mit tee.
At the request of Councilman eAwis
the ordlinamees under whiah the Tal-
lahassee Water Works Company was
now operating its plant nla Tallanaesse,
Florida, were piad for the Information
of the members of the City Conucil.
Councilman Cay brought to the at-
tention of the City Council the matter
of the salary as now paid to the Mayor
Connellmen Cay made a tstenient to
the councill afggesting that the salary
of the Mayor be placed at three hun.
tdred dollars per annum commencing
with the nut ensuing fiscal year of
the City of Tallbahamee, aal after cotr
pleting his aold statement made a
motion that the abmitteq on Laws
and Ordinances of the City Comneil be
requested to prepare an ordlnaece to
'ths effect and port san, nt a recess
maotinp of th City rounrit o be held
on Thursday, Jea"s y leth. A. D., 1908.
The motion as ade by (oanellman
Cay was duly eeaonded by Co ncilman
Baxon and adopted by the City Coun-
cil by a uanmnmous vote thereof.
Councilman Oay brought to the at-
tention of the City Council matters
In connection with working the streets
of the City of Tallahassee and sug-
gested that he tbheght it would be well
for the City to own Its owfl teamns,
tools, etc., and employ a foreman, or
superintendent, i overmas the street
work, stattlg tbat he bought that In
this way the City wotld be able to
have some saving work of this char-
actor. No reaIel action was taken toIn
connection witthi t matter by the
Council.
Mr. W. M. MelSntW, Jr., a test-
dent of the BDard of Managers of the
City Bleetrke LA t Plant appeared be-
fore the Oemaell with aa seaseot of the
PFlorida Witrue O8OpanMy agatet ilm
Plant showing a balasne of $184.12t til
duoe the im ma be aske that the
City Counoll have a warrant d&wn v
settlement of this b lance, and spa
motion of q1malim Lawis, mad 0to-
ties befng s mended e eo Oamel*
man Ch&td &E adeaf by W e
City Can" % y na Vmmltms veft
thereaof, a Qmm u drmo m Is pay
moot of the Gmms I quogin.
CeunIi N si som that t-
memb es of Othe Methdlst 4AiP.4,
were lrnt iof unman atend 1

purtpm, i 1 m01 Uitf tsZheo
Ue.m ma ei off mi t
de amio"d ba "Ii swa m mi
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cordance with the directilo:ti of the
City Council at a Obeting heid De.
member 30th. 1907, he had stnt to thd
Superintendent of the Capilmi City
Light and Fuel Company at Tallahas-
see, Florida, extracts from the minutes
of said meeting relative to mid Capi-
tal City Light and Fuel Company. The
letter written to the Superintendent of
the Capital City Light and Fuel Com-
pany by the City Clerk was as follows:
"Tallahassee,. la., Dec. 80ta,' 1997.
Superlitandent Capital UIty Light aand
Fuel Company. Tallahassee, Fla.
"Dear Bir:-Herelnafter will be
fbtnd extracts from the minutes of'
the meetlag of the City Council of
the City of Tallahassee, Florida, held
toalght. December 30th, 1907. wkhb
sid extracts will be founa to be self.
,explanatory and are met you In.a.-
eordaace with the provilaots theeof,
and are as follows:
"After a discussion of matters ap
pertaining to Sga furnished la the City
of Talllmm-ee, Florida. by the Capital
City Light and Fuel Company, o(.teul-
man Lewis made a motion that oa Jan-
uary 2ad. 1908. the City Attorsey take
the necessary legal steps to annul the
Charter of the said Capital City Uiat
sad Fuel Company'If by that time the
maid Capital City Light and Ftel COwn.
pany had not complied with the re-
quireamets of the ity Ordianese ua.
der which said Compaiy ao a now
operation Itas a plant, and purmsat
to the aetio taken by the City Oren.
ell at seMtlg of December 12th, I ,
nl oesmileM with the amestsfactery
ow- sedes ebsred by smid Oem.
pany, sd that the Superlatmadet t
said Capital City Light and fmel Os-
pany at Taliapsee. FeiWa., be far-
alshed with as extract from the ain-
uat oa tMs meeting of the City One
e' shewn ths actUes of the OO
rll, as made byc Ome
labg e= waa (July eondedl by
tUa, Il am Chttteamm and a.!opted
by LOft C C(m nil by a neanmmilo
Chilitteea made a ma
ONSM @A. C. swer, te Preet-
a 4t,. city .os9 l. Desm N..


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that the Buparlatendeat oo
City Ught and F"ol
'rauhamse, Flora, Ub
an latract from the
meeting of the *tr
this 7tion of the
Vd*y
A.
A letter frem .. -
perlateadent of t e
toer Works a0t 'Mat
Mr. Aaron l l#v men a
ter Committee of t he at"
relative to a leak. I n mg
tanl opposite the rt c h
read and ordded d N .o-
to were drawa b
acouat presented Sad
Upon moon duly
anaalmeaedy adepteg, ai
Aet tearewpea to e r
Thursday. Jaary th,
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SJanutmary 13, 1908.
Mr. G. T. Brown, Sr., went over to
B. Mana o business oneday
Mr. manning ha been ao
fti-lta s to have a good white fam-
i a to his plantation, and ha-
S m a nice new house near
L VaaBrunt of this village
red ai TMr. Blats VanBrunt to
dC afor him during the present
Sar. We trust both parties will be


o athe uro. and shoot-
e.Wet sto and another
S. etragl farm.. took advantage of
thoaaaoM ipa last week to killwo
n6 tthm intopork. Mr. J. C.
SIte Uv'er, colored, one of the wod
di "'aede'-dewar" mammys. dildl t
wOk. We believe it is well with her
aa river is getting to be a
wIe." It has pumt Had bre
l e out ad made a "b ole"
S'awiin peol" on the Gad sden
na t attiS Iab nks' brdle. Mr.
ca me t aniesN g k e bowr0


mn e But btboa, '
lie b no~t aor o a. a
S d, the b e r, tSun.
mirride H, Mr J. R.
bricMie*. V! J Iasi M A
V. and Mrs. A Sa a
the aWoo, but in another bug-
Mr. MWard uad- Mis A!:ta
wwl a a e dlse. with Mr: sad
= n mail" arrr for Route
fa Ns ofhis r" _Int wast;I
Li Ga.,had to "double
wee. hhre Iagweek,
o*f a wimming deep creek.
ted hs maH m spite of
eadLto ayd th Mr. W. T.
'a aa ha covered his
m as a ewahtabtet. B.
i -- 3 teU..
-eds Osla sad PT-a
-m, mu -al both aft .-




e10 00 edC m t
whs l e ly remove all
sod J.. Great inew ls-to tam
a d -repda from the faea,
Sthe human face both soft and
S.s9! wi i remove all Plmples
from the face winch hae
SId many woJan. of the
It eadintog out in conm -
a|gagg their = therefore
Sto rei this a lone. And
*ak women, will be sure to remove
al a d rendering the face
and attractive. S don't take
w w lwor it but give the faeical
&-eotoial. aOd mae guar-
ei u thm remit. Itis perectly
free from all poioous and
anafal effects to
Under the Peood
Jaw wo tr e United U.I ta

5m. J. .GANT.

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mls Ca l CRY e A
Mr. W. O'Reily asrty. who is a
nmmbI r of t t at King-
-M Jmic Wet de, write



T:a: ""One=" ed.t-e'I 4 t
la ethat, bat noot t at a reat iekind







any political o arvce. Bvd here from
1if I bed esashmi the remedy.



Keh West yeaterdal afternoo to at
tend a sMto obtaine Bee bott and
s bTa5Mt e Din Cby
The Tampa Times offe 4i thas the
following local paragraph AH"Ron. W.
Huot Harris, former Preof deat of the
late Senate, but not at preheat seeking
any political office, arrived here from
Key West yesterday afternoon to at.
tend a session of the Besevolftt and
Protective Order of Mks' bere last
night. Senator Harris is deputy ex
alted ruler of the Elks, and his mis-
sion on the mainland toi to visit the
various lodges in his district. Tampa
lodge held a session in his honor last
night. Senator Harris Is aocompanie-d
by his brother, L. A. Harris. Speak-
Ing of running for offeie, Senator Har-
ris said that he would not be a candli
date for any office at the coming pri-
marles. He will remain In the city
until tomorrow night, when he will
leave for Ocala to attend a session of
the Elks' lodge there."
Chamberla's Ceuah emedy a Sahe
Meioclse fr CMMrsa.
In buying a cough medicine for chil-
dren, never be afraid to buy Chamber-
lain Cough remedy. There is no dan-
fr from it, and reLef is always sure to
follow. It is intended eaeciaily for
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
couwh, and there is no better medicine
in th world for these diaesses. It is
not only a certain cure for croup, .but,
when liven as soon as the croupy oouh
appea n, will prevent the attack.
Wooing cough is not dangerous when
this remedy is given directed. It
euntains no opium or other harmful
drugs, and they may be given as confl-
aently to a baby as to an adult. For
sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. *
Monthly Financial Statement
of County Board of Public Instruction


STATK (i FLOBWIDA. C( NTY or LuOlP. |
Talhasme-. Fk.. SepL t. lt7
To Hon. Henry T. Folkel. Clrk Circuit Court:
Sir-la omplance with metUon 3. chapter 4.1:
LAws tf lorift we bereby file with you the f.,l-
lowiag ittemiled Basneal staterntn of au *hool
motm rMived, appropriations made sad war.
remts ismed for the moeth ending Uth elMt day of
Augvt,. A. D. IMT:
acAMIrTULATION or F ( GNT PI'NI.
1. Bamo intreasury as per lamt
tamnt.- ft.r,74.,
. Reaipt for monUth asultemid
I C ..a.... .. .18.
8 weanms outtaotudmi thi.
dit .................. ..... 1X. C
dat----------, ----.1ss.2
tet r t .. .. .- 114.
S. Tin wmrnmt drew. this
Nmtw em itemhd heaRm... 1M0..
6. O inhmeldof tnmrwthitm
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GEO. 1. DAVBS. hirman.
K. a EPPs. See8tnwy.

Eight head of Good Draft Male. Ap-
ply to W. D. StoutaalD at Blxha.m,
r L. All, at Bob Ivy's, amer
T~e aaa. *44-s.


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Stomach
- d--n i-- -n em'e aMT ^
sima an eA d6e a a*es
m-i mUe 1 ew mumiLr M
nea "Meye to a heny MoBma.
moe- "d wM ft M-me. 1001

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bUls- i wsoMol =b"12

Puqw" bu L 0. TT AOO.. sa
For sale by all dmao st.

Ieay anl Partklr hluflbq a
Specialty

U. H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD, and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers.
Street Sprinklers and Graders, same
built and operated by him before set
tied for. See him for further particu-
lars or address P. 0. Box 28S Tallahas
see. Fla.

J. H HORTON
104 MASONIC IULMRIN.
Tinnia, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-


Plumbing a Spealty.


Jeff. D. PFrrell,
WEEL WNMBT dBlRASSIfN.

General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex- S,
pert who has had years
of exp ie. .
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THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
in Florida.

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

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.


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Air Line Railway


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


SEABOARD EXPREl


SEABOARD MAIL


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
NORFOLK, VA.
Excursion Tickt on Sale Dailya
For full information and se pe rivations call on any Agent,
Sbeabn or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, J., Jt neral Pasenger Agent,
SJackaooville, Florida.


Don't Have Your Cart Week
Botched at tie MML
I AM I TN NMI CART MAN
I build them under a
Guarantee, have built
hundreds and build
more every day
For prcee write
W. H. Adkinson.
P. 0. Box 4.
Taahassel Fobrda


C. E. SAULS. P. O. BOX MIO. J. M. SAULS.
SAULS BROS.,
1R G.o PF B R1 RB L L, 1TALLAHASME PLA.,
(Some~ft. A. T. I.t..) General Builders and Contractors,
,T LII Kinds of Fresh Meats. Repair Work and Painting
AllKindsof. m t d Me.t Buildings a Specialty.
earton gmiteed. Gvem your orders. Prmpt delivery. Bidn _S.
FCSLAT S MEA Contracts for work In the country

P h.- N'. a lkited and satisfaction in all Ia
/htoew gwak w & Si wbn m w 3 O


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Sopchoppy, Florida.


Lumber, Staves, Slats,.


Heading. Shingles.


H ickery, Ash, Popular in Special


Sizes and, Length a Spedalty.


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT UIIEM UwP.
JOUe 6. COLLM. pea e. The Tallahsae Tre line,
upwith the Ocals Bdano w e Tamps
Tribune, and the Ja k ville Time-
VUBULMHED VERT lfIDAY 4ONwINr; Union as opposed to the nomination of
William Jennings Bryal for President.
ftoe- d as Herd C Mas l Marur i s. es1. *t The Miami News-Reoord will probably
a* PUt omfs at Tan.dm.. riorid undwr be heard from next.- flensacola Jour-
at Ca"rd MsMfre tl. lf" nal
If having an whoaw e opinion of our
Sib@ In TeloehontaRivtng. (rrer Adam and own ato to William J gplisKa Bryai, and
Cthaon StrMAt. Tei4iwe. No. I' his candidacy, is wl y'ou mean in the
above uncalled foritttle thrust and maini-
8sirvitals. 1*. Pw Ye T. in Advance. uaton, we are lined up with the (kcila
YW gtmE 31 Aurtw, ~ Banner, who im one of the oldest,
U Tree sDeemssers aet. (J cd *e-psw brainlietpd moit experienced editors
Of*eNo C4tlu o m FknW and with the editors of the
S_____ Tampa TrAmne, the Times-Union sad
alhbas e FrVMay, Jam. 17, 198. tlO Miami Metropolis, in the belief that
William Jennmgs Bryan cannot be
elected President of the United Statea
of America, for one good reason at
Wh1lmki adv'rown.nt are n..i arep;l 6 ai-i. ihat he connot unite the forces.
Ov Wea.idinhot "",re"r atr" P reies We' h,.Oleve. too there are other Demo.
tsieaao ewrierp-ars.' in in i cratit. who are William Jennings Bryan's
Attend the revival service-s at the eIuali m vnry respect, and who could
Methodist ( hurch unite the party and enter the campaign
with bright hopes of urcess. Such as
0 The I.al.e City Index says: 'The (;,Iovernor Johnson or G;overnor Folk,
dex is firmly (convinced that W I nWid there, are others. Mr. Journal if you
Bloxham will tbe in the ri- for viov wiTho.d to t fair and to place the edi-
ernor." And w) he should be, or orrie tor f the. Banner aend he True Demo-
other otxld rrmn ing. W4- are in dlserate- ne-ed of It the t,;rnn,.r editorialss in full and follow
irg reofonstructed avs'n, the oldhi hi of th,m with a clean criticism, no that
State being wrest'li from the. hn.mi ,,f o,,ur r.-al,.erm could judge correctly.
expen r ive machire,' liti'iars. ,h1,. ,,,. ,,re old dodge ,,f the polit I
lion. Geo. G. Mati w' ti, editor of the .o ir ;a iri. organs of I'lorida. (Edlitor
Polk County Rt(icordl, fsys editorially in IIlrr,4 '-.' we editorr), to throw out


aost week'f V .ii ,e f hiN newspaper p ni i l 111 ii;,iair n- that th(osn newa pa-
"Hon. W H. Lam.a r willb.- especially 1er 'Aho ,'lre opp .e Trn,,'-hine Iolitice
strong in West Fl'rioia, where he is in thI S .tatef aro owned, controlled ior
bei' known Io'eronally, and will 'livide ii i ol in i i |t |,>osMtiont tathe rna'hine.
the vout with the other csndiduate' in There. ;rr some of us who do not wor-
other parts of the State. We. expect shii false v,,. even at they are offi.
bim to fight it out with one ,or the oth ials, arnIl at the head of a political ma-
er rcandidaten in the second primary. chir,, in which is spent the bhet of
He im a Democrat in principal well its their Irine and talents. in strengthen-
name, which in evidenced by a -plendid ing Anotho r objection, even in Flori-
record. Ia, o-( of' us Florida Democrats might
Will some kindly dispose ) brother ha .. to seeing William Jennings Bryan
please rise and tell us what meant pre ilerit of the United States, should
by the "unterrifled and unts ~pd" as eu, I an accident happen, would be to
attiehed to Democrats? W. confess givngK his illustriouscousin in this State,
to ignon-nce of the meaning, and an it William Sherman Jennings, more power
is being worked freely these days and than hi already has at the head of the
overtime we'd just like to keep abreast Jenninas-Broward political machine.
of the times and be able to understand Some of us do not fall down and wor-
its meaning when we run across it in shI even them, neither are we deceit-
our reading. Madio,n Noew-Enterpri-s'. ful watl 'them for the' mems of pottage
Respectfully referred fto the democratic that in oftine. dukd out it i inwe who
donkey wherever the aniniul muvay b do, and who lokme no occasion to take
stabled at these days. the cue of their Big Chief, and his lieu-
Key W titi My : 'on Jf tenants, whose only stock in trade is to
fea B. Browns continue" to receive discredit those who oppose them is the
encouraging letters from all sections of cry of corporation controlled press,
the Stateo. giving e s s a ceoso coupled with the charge that we sell
la the 'gubernatorial campaign. e i. **editorial space by the inch with senti-
not making as much noise probably as met thrown in," etc. flimsy argument
the other candidates, but either of that has lost all its charms, and which
lhm would gladly exchange their hurts no editor that carries a clean
chances of success for his. Ills digni. conscience as regards such matters. If
Me d anmanly expressions n matters we are lined up with the editors you ro-
of public importance have placed in the for to In the William Jennings Bryan
ranks of his supporters the bet menof matter, we sure you we "are in good
the State and they will use theirefforts. company ad have no opologies to
to secure his election." make to you or the Florida Political
SaMachine for it
With Charley Laney in the race for --
esegrees in tbeoolird Florida district a a raW P"AIl WORDS.


vely speech-mmak IU campaign may be
looked tor.- TImeas. Union.
Yes, with his entrance into the cam-
paign It is thought Mr. (Grilgg will gain
strength. scambia is fast beeomtga
good emnd to Duval In producing easa
didatMs I If those counties over there
divide up on Kehoe, Stevens and Laney.
Orggs will be an asy winner.
A VERT SIDLE NIGR0.
One of the most sensible things we
have seen on the negro comes from the
pen of Prof W H. Council, the
thoughtful. intelligent negro principal
of the negro school at Normal, Ala
Prof Council mys:
"The negro brute, for whose atroci-
ous crime every honest negro hangs his
head in shame. and whoae punishment
is never too severe, is not the product
of the negro. He is not found in our
homes, our schools, our churches, and
S mom of our saving and exa Sed inneu-
se can reach him. Our bla arm arena
v too abort The ong Anglo-Saxon arms
oely can reach him. We make no
laws, we construe no laws, sad we exe-
cute no laws No board of aldermei,
no judge or jury would establish s-
to es m the recommendation of mo.
gross. This negro brute is te proct
S the white man's gamblig hel lo tw
dive sad almona, whee he is deub-
manisd, lrutalled, and Mlicensed to go
through the had a d ented hntto
eMtoiutragesa spu fair waamen."
It wMI be- fryfur to
#&^Kk^iBe & am m f y e P 1


the w-Tim bsneuaL


There are many things of rare value
that come to be underestimated because
of our constant contact with them.
This io true of men, as well as things.
Soa times the noblest men among us
are wet appre iated as their real merit
deserves, because their personality and
faeem have grown familiar by constant
intercourse, and it is not until they are
gone the* we awake to their reni
value
This in often times true of some local
enterprises, the value of which to the
community cannot be measured. They
become so common and familiar In the
public mind as to be sorely neglected
and suffered to come to serious ember-
rausment, or maybe ruin, for the want
of proper support. The most useful
mean, and the most noedful enterprises
are mere susceptible to injury from ne-
lect than the less valuable. The truth
of this statement will easily appear
upn a little imetleton.
The mat useful of all enterprUise in
any esmmunity is its local newspaper
It matter not how poorly edited or
badly pnmted, it is a priceless tressure.
There to nothing that camn 11 its place
In the penMar relations it bears to ev-
ery test Appreciated or unappre-
ciasted1 a periedlal vit are always
emebed forward to with me degree of
laterest or criolty. bet t is a faet
whenM 1 6 e ha grow faemi.r the
tndn.y is to taml im the appmIIaiuO
of hI anMe a nd nm O.. t.e... ta. h a.
pu1--_of l bts service. mTis view al I
was NOWb Sn a shMete Wt that
pples sMeftsbeams, It It desm't 0.
d bmkh don d t e e-nI .-
U *** a--k DN
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Mahe4^ We^^l ^^^b Aft a ^^^^.M^ _


TRAPMKLL AMNINUCS.

The Lat*elnd an Is a Cas ddate for
AttevreyieueraL
(In Lakeland News.)
To the Citizens of Florida :
I wish respectfully to announce that
I will be a candidate before the coming
Democratic primary for nomination to
the oice of Attorney-General of the
State of Florida. In announcing for
this important office I wish to assure
the eittiens of our great State that if
it is my honor to serve them In this
om I shall discharge the duties
pertaining thereto n accordance with
the law, with impartiality, and without
faar or favor. Whether rich or poor.
king or peasant-all mankind be
treated equal and shall receive justice
at hands.
I have convictions and ideas of my
own upon public policies, and never
evade expressing them; but as the of-
fle to which I aspire is nether legistl-
tive nor one involving a recommending
power, and entails only the construction
and enforcement of the law, I shall not
at present ismue a platform, other than
the declaration that I am a strong be-
liever in "equal rights to all and spec-
ial privilege. to none However, if
any issue should arise upon which, as a
candidate for thins office, I should ex-
pres myself. I declare m y position,
Many who have solicited me to aspire
to this office have my sincere apprecia-
tion for their encouragement, and I
wish to aseuire the voters generally that
I shall be thankful for their support.
Respectfully,
'PARK M TRAMMEl.I.
Lakeland, Fla Jan 10. 1908
An administration candidate, we pre-
sume, since. general l William H. Ellis
has dared on s'me occasions to cross
the wishes and desires of the Jennings-
Broward I'olitical Machine, and they
must desi-ie lull house and a full hand
to have all things in harmony with
their plans and arrangements First
Mr. Trammell was talked of as a candi-
date for Governor, a little later he was
announced an a candidate for Senator,
and how "many ,olrit" him to be a
candidate for Attorney-General. He
withdrew from the Senatorial race on a
olea that it would cost too much to run,
t will not the expense be great too to
him for the Cabinet position? The
high cost in said to be keeping other
good men from coming out against
some of the other notables who are
holding down these soft snipe, and
seemingly for a life time too at that,
and "How do you all stand with Mr.
Croom" anyhow !
Free Hall Delvery.
Now that the mail delivery system isa
an established fact. thqre are several
things that it would be well for the
pubUe to bear in mind. The first is the
necessity et notifying their correspond.
ents to write on all letters, papers and
ackae the required street and uum-
r. nd, until all their correpondence
shal bear the proper address, and fail-
ure to receive expected mail promtl,
should be patients borne with until the.
carriers shall have become familiar
with their routes.
AbJlat must not be forgotten that all
letters dropped into the boxes, which
are placed at convenient intervals about
the it he postoflee by
twelve o'clock, consequently must be in
the boxes by 11:30.
Lastly, all office box-holders for the
present quarter must the post-
master whether they wish their mail to
remain to the boxes to beha par lly
called for. or wether it dhale sent
out by the rrprs.
The city has been divided into three
district, ad four carriers have been
appointed. Thee are: MKer. Jul.
L a t. Rbert I&Met, whbites, and
Messrs B. 8. Cox and S. H. Cole.-
man. colored.
There are 54 boxes at present, and
more will he furnished as occasion de-
mands. 4s oon as matters are brought
to smooth rnming order, hours for col-
lections wU be placed on each box. At
present there are only two daildy deliv-
eries of mail flram the office, at 8 a. m.
and 4 p. m.
Rural Free Delivery Route No. 1 has
been given to Mr. W. A. Papy. On

Aaetbe CsaeasieaalCaadlatiae.
Pensacola correspondent Times-
Union. 12th, sys : "Judge William B.
Sheppard, of the United States Court,
left here tda for Alhbany. Ga., where
be will pakli over the court in the
plaof Jude Spaer, who is to vacate
the bench for ten days Judge Shop-
paid. since his appoetmey t as Jode of
ths district, has within the ebort space
of 'our omanthe presided over the


courts of three States, Florida, Ala.
bama and O 69l.1
Judge =rl H Laney, for two
yeas reesrdwr of the city eourt, and a
prominent ain la police for man
y ter -aa f- the Third COa

P thi siaim taesaced his ea i

abam^, wher he ws" a tat leaw
tof far a Nmber of years, h been
sel temawe
L setn -9 wh r smy -It i
oMdtt e he il a tl

M** b**v* -
thr is thet wia pH

A AtR gom st aftwr swa

wo.-... "


Homertal Ixercises Ia eeloevard
Park.
On next Tuesday afternoon The Wo-
man's Club will hold memorial services
in Boulevard Park. They will consist
of an address, songs and prayer. Aiso
two fine live oaks will be planted, a
being typical of the life everlasting, in
which, later on, will be imbedded me-
morial plates bearing the names of Ma-
jor Robert Gamble and Mrs. B. C.
Lewis. These two citizens, by their
long lives of public usefulness and char-
itv, eatl endeared themselves to the
people of Tallahassee. They were ever
active in assisting to make their resi-
dential town "A City Beautiful," and
were of invaluable assistance to The
Woman's Club in all departments of
theIr work.
Persemal Neatd .
Governor N. B. Broward, whp has
been in the city for the past couple of
daye, a guest at the ArNo, left last
night for Lincoln. Neb., where he goes
to attend Hon. William J. Bryan's big
-dollar dinner, to be given. in that city
Tuesday night. Governor Broward is
down on the program for a s h, the
subject of which will be lobiUon
in the South." The name of C. 0.
Andrews, of Tallahassee, was upon the
regstor of the Aragon 'unday.... Hen.
William Bailey Lamar. Congressman
from the Third District, and a candi-
date tor election to the United States
Senate, is in the city from Monticello,
accompanied by his wife and brother
Mr. J. M. Larnar. They are guests of
the Wimlwr and will remain in the city
for several days, at the expiration of
which Cmgrsen Lamar wil leave
for the National Capita-Tim
CaptaL -m
It depends upon the pill you take.
DeWitt's Little Early Risesu are thi
eat pills known for constip tion and
sick Ab, eod Sold by all druggists. *
Mrs. R. W. Ashmore was in the city
Tuesday and made us a pleasant visit.
Mr. L. B Garner and Dr. J. M.Carn
were among our pleasant visitors Wed-
neday, and both advanced their sub-
scriptions to the -True Democrat.
When you want the best. et De-
Witt's Carbolised Witch Hasel Salve.
It is good for little or big cuts, boils or
bruises, and is especially recommended
for piles. Sold by all drggists.
Miss aUile Le Nicholson. sister of
P. T. Nicholhem, left Tuesday, after a
plant visit to her brother, for Live
Oak where h will remain for a few
weeks before returning to her home in
Havana.
I will iell at a hergain, a Handsome
Mahoay-eaee Piano, almenot mw.
Coet fow hbdred dollars. Abo four-
teen yar of new stair carpet, and one
ne of ibber bose with mals. All
am. T. ILHeie,corne o simu
val and ML Auatime str1et4. 9


Hamilton,
Hampden,
Howard,
Elgin,
Waltham,

New Englai


UIeaaat aaamt h mta
My cleaningand pres-ing buslm-*m
now carried on in the up-stami part d
the Constantine building, ne a .
site the express office. Ali
lines of fine tailorin "made-to.mo
garments for men on display.
4-tf W. H. f misw
MiMd Ta our u l I
If you don'tnobody wil It is
business tkeepout ofal he toA
you can and you can andwul keep am
of liver and bowel trouble if you
Dr. King's New Ufe Pillo. hy h9'
biliousness, malaa and Jrdlefie o
your system. 2ko. at all dUa ls "
Th ,he
The play which comes to the
seem Opera House Tuesday, Jago-
ben pronounced y the
of the best Souther i
ever beeo producedL the mia
the famous CofeSeate Sammo
Brady. is aptured and i wisa6
bukes Yankee aleme, and
for his dear Souther. caa is
the most stirring incident of
actor that catbe m aid. It
blood of the old Coferate
pride for the "Lost CUaeS' d
younger genration is aro d
gl of tKryo a s. never ba
Confederate awem admitted fr.
A Ceui
This is to certify that all
are authoriad to refund y
if bey's Hm amnd l Tar i



druggteas. *
Rutabag, Seed1 Ca. d Ya T -
Bethel Co.'s for your Rutat" Sl-


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the U. 11 = 0 mand tmb

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made from Royal
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SU C Doal Decrttic Pi y Elec-
trided J~M tion Called to be Held Tues- 0
in gt City, e C^ a -o
SVaPier was o day, January 28th, 190W.
U,,, aJ r w,, ___ h*'o I_ eCTe1OLVtE D !
it ft T T /RINC THE LA5r


S. t~" ,- hDH' T TADE lTH
o Wtast.. t. .tory i, bt i.J aEST PEOPLE BY 5ELLtU:r
Sm aditiotb si ats whl e ota su
I thowg known anl oe -_ HONEST G-i T HOW.^ 1
Nerth W South to the
Si.e.a etrutha nmad ju s PRICES- NXi pR5,AME
th at we take the follow-eA.
vUs. was ready and anxious ETH-ODS RwV
t -ll bt the government .H wabye ggad t NI\,. v -
s :: eheIt nd'dl. It ne- -erlintdd J T s I I cal
h Ost cause should be t- ..
haMveli the world an It ll ;a t such
hafte t and has ben oI taet o m
t. So We of all fair-minded iMnd I Wo
4Bis h even In the North. saAvhS Is sm felpu 8I
WGRYu. OHU Smith, Cor i?' MAP v su be a It
Mik abastoaldts rushed down to tt w iti, P

of ^S~t e Sout only athred lo f -the -iiS /b fmm of t e t of Tlls A
ahd made a bond of $100i.. e.s ruleduet aed Iuanis- &
s appearance before the court tie. *arty sss Stah ** P J1
m sllmoned. But he was never a a.w S *de.no aof the.Cty of Tal- i4
*> ma e. They didn't want him. He dto f Ta ied -hs- --I ew have pai
the kilad of criminal (!!!) they SUNdide t a thtra e n AJ
and4 were glad to let go. They C lect by onIst .M pMl KCe n I
#1gered to stand off and blacken his writinrasea before an inspect tor abild by
dkracter and his cause through their d gt seut of such primary sa&d vote
peppers, their magazines and the r th-_W&a. _A Ps' peson desi ia A bvO thw
ten. Until hi death, a quarter City Dmesnrs tle eutive Committee shall open
Setury laer, he tood a a mark or hItSo ~ o WE rEEL THAT WE CAN LOOK OUT PATRONS N
Slater, nthe st~molodas 'tmarkfo r =0-e Waa r in sawskd eo .the Nth da
at the .hafts of enmity and malice of Jmav. ISISU to January WM 10% inclusive. A
ane86,at his cause, his country andMOIbo S S QUARE IN THE FACE AND WISH THEM A
MW people. But for this, his country- State eui ityiw Law to e registered. and
1 of ti.e bouth only gathered closely u5S la .= ,t, be ,awae HAPPY NEW YEAR ,BECAUSE WI TH OURSELVES
:&d him as, venerable alike in tj .*
Sad hoeor,he stood among them subdAissawc WE ARiE CONSCIOUS Or HAVING TRoEATEDOURe
o 1Me tall mountain peak whose ei maii ,Nter. ve e sm t 't tfor city A
T. w.-,rowadheadrefnec nothegt he Sa glorious pact caught also the first Csts' a trm for t Ta I4
of that tan of rIgtoteouenesw and Asineito af-Io ii- for C t T aU .
In whose light the future gen-- il for the.. Cy Dssomts AGE PRoVES THIN IN THE YEARSO To COME
will read his among'the im- IAmekmdirilugtohave hismaMprinted ( WE CA P OMI1E To No MORE TRAM IN
names that were *ot born to on WE CAN POME To D No MORE THAN IN
After a long and thorough inves-t hb ea Zt D r Wtiv CoM
Sn by the authorities at Wash- m tte, shaD ,ve with the.C Aa, THE YEAR S THAT HAVE PASSED. WE NEED
in which Chief Justice Chaae t"s o ero sthe 12th su low
hiso 11Wof M adi amdam;e
the w eminently authorities v a ANOT,D WE KNOW EXTEND ANYTHING BUT
the country took part, it was decid- i E PC ULL
Saata I, and the case agalast < WALSONha
IW Davis was n, t ell p-u1-.b eonmi -* Do e b ON^ aprsot-
1M 8. Ithas Shaded Jefterson &I* THEY NEED No INVITATION TOCOMETO OUR
Ir m ia. Sold STORE. TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT COME OUR

*NftwlftmIs W e ms
W16e ftr s~gam-d col V 2 I4ot"41 las ai? ud hdb EXTEND, HOWEVR, AN INVITATION To COME
\ e a diseased osne i- of tWAhe .~-~im! ate aders ,the S at hoe




.t io. P v 0a teM wordhat ,~ Reason d an .. 'Wid ute .
"1 s at Dr.s__ ANDSEEw i m RESPCTFULLY,
o may = he bye rem. o
doMe, Is grippe hay
.-.r..r h,,,e. Os,.*,.. W. R. WI LS: MON.
Its tie A ` a ways n_ _____prev_ __m_ _
derel. 'eat of. s.d fUryen fsad f ir wi ame.
go oIranteat-at am istesa, 5e. r n.io ,o..,r. e a ..r.=,,"mathn **
X Trial bottle fore. sa d aes ,a.-u at edWa mel mus*, m es.
-w It t ea se, adu "Ag Msomb e of the
.Thi for Alachatscounyhas only six- Dumessmen Jsasunwc UveCmjsesad is
T i er t t.-.ey* anlto, 1 ea eh.
S.the.ttle ,matter of announce- whave sawrih tr d -
what a leic for the papers g m hke


eeUve OakDemorat F-Q FIm es ipmsrt 3W the en 4ni-
es esastt 6GP of to ewle
.o a I Wob er. a be bymany W isell se Ipeuito.af1i .



d ld l tti a %WIN" Dn 61M 3 aSS --. topi seen Vaby ther afmeAd ,-o
sal. ..W .our. ...SW..s -t ,= ,1o. ,. .,, ,,. .. ., Attetlon MODELbB
S* B etog e of at a bo e .ve6 Ia true& W
ge. u t teltsed 5_ istttor theiprimary *ham has
I d o ur 3 61trea t m nt of fnom m r I Fla o n the t dmm a a ma
__ nd _o9.% &&-nIe *- rv VtC A. c a .| stv I
b y Cat e Drug Store. 3 Whn h eto A A -

ost eate i^1 am l ---l
3lt te p d Obese l*J* _. e.
bys at the Armi os -TimesUon, wN., r..a ,.m. o. u .*w**I e**ae er em w. ho, sassemeeeseoe
eCough Syrup for m. ad is to kP the rstatan hoks open *, Ato obac g
3d,* rrn oua S nd Jdpi7thal. 1see. to Jauary 20th iU in W e L*..., eq e

hr t dlr M iT is o 1 relef to Apo

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skihr ,5,s .,, S..- A-'u"" "u (Office in Quincy Florida.)

RB B ffl R. ...m..I so. ws....a'?'gw IT WiO (ht Ckit Cwrt, Second Jadicial A
bf l~ae m county. raCI Are the people to order your Lumbe
a* ." fs' .I&6.Wan a. Shingles and Laths from.Let them furni

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TH TRUEt T* ,. .t.
JAm o waU I ar from ta raco ftNor
n a vM S T= I TDA Oi Plorio leaves the way
ly n s very Day is a Baro
Hon. C. Or. iggs of palachl
Do yeO knw thet abswstle palW d othe rtn mauyloomM. Th
nom be ra d ? It you ou this search Light has ivo toe ommia-.
justl5 qi n -ofLct of ChMsbe.ti- oMr. Origg. Mt only because Since th had times we l
/ fn f '- Itwill as be I. an able ma sa well equipped to suit the occasion, We do n
soda sgt mtoel samy ot cra for the poston to w e aspires low COST it s not nearly,
i ...t" .eus r e by Tal-a- bt loy ease dte A values in GRANITE WARE,
a deep -water brs wOUl4 ie GLASS WARE that is equate i
,Ta.Ieuee W artct rec 0r 6 dily Inure to dlt of BI o H SHOLD
m ni nurr dute bridge ad anl d tat great territory ly- and aU kinds of HOUSEiOLD
At na., au ary lag along nsd contiguous to the Flint mention.
t. p and the C |ahoochee rivers. With Our 10, 15 and 25c counted
P a'- t nesa Cooper Ort In Congress from Ae- &
1 Program :- (abjet to necessary laccols ork with Our Jim fo UES. On them counters we h
S,. Pastor's Conference, thi e td the Mle, Apalachicol of AMERICA and EUROPE.
Adre the Presiding Elder. wod b ad oeof the greatestfigures. Dont fa to viit our
"Dieidt Ob_ eetives," haa'ora on the gult, and upon th. figures. Don't fail to vit out
"Our battle cry for Im. One thous- completion of the Panama cansi the money.
sad additons to the Church by values of ihe Flint and Chattahoochee
ofessMion of faith alon "- I 1. p'at- rivers an g rat waterways of travel
"t' io | "and tran|portatlon would be enhanced G IO 2
"Noielateriat ldTealfor 190. oned thotuan4d por cont an the towns G ILM O R DA
In the Pulpit. T. ( BrasdtoM. lnd a tim upon them would prosper
In the Pastorate. -II. C. Hoffman ordingl1" Hence our love for the
In the DirectorateI. II. P. erritt orida (;rls.- Ralnhrld Search
SThe movement ti, endow a earch
College.- Address by J. 8. Ley,
Agent. The Ernest Gamble Concert Company.
"The Christian Sacraments: Their The Krnest Gamble Concert Coin-
purpose and p-rtit 'i pany will apwpar before the Tallabas- M
o Lord'si upper. T. F. Bol i see public on the 20th Inst. Of Ahis Veterinary Phyicle
S Holy powr tim. Afro L r comniny the New Orleans Picayun Ve terinary
Mi sister's meeting tyorani- says: and Swa ort
on.-r. 8ienm "All around the moot evenly tmal-,
t trict Br of ion a ance'd concert presented this actionn Dental Work a Specialty.
Church extension.-W. J sy. E ach umber a delightful artist itOFFICE P eS
*Tools for the preacher to work could justly he called an all-star cornm- F F I C E
with." pany." SOE MAKE'S STARtS.
Some books a pWcher should own.- 4 list of the places where this comr
C. FVd Blaskhbl. pany has appeared has been sent to
O O e latinglibrariea; Distnot and Mr. Murphr., and from It one can Pratorl We are com
.s;i Itfl .t-J.E. Woodward. e tham t In all communities where a W De o. Prat rWSt
h 0Curch Conference. --J. Mick- ela, educative and high-class enter- people have
rhn tool P talN. et is desired, the Ernent oam- Funera Director
S rh pa tool.-. P ble iert Company is In great de- AND what the.p
on CoBfrnce *mtor- AND
Owetools; the Beriptures, prayer is, and tha
ad the HolySpirit.- L Crowson. Individually, Mr. Gamble has en ed ba e.d t
$"Our h*keofrgreatest promise." achieved a most enviable reputation pure drugsicensed E ba er
.hndav Scho.-F. A. Tayor as a basso cantate, and has sung be- pure dnLp,
TIg.-Smith Rardi, DIstrict fore innumerable audiences, who have best qualityNEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
Pru1 et. received him with enthusiasm. 0 d a y NW. t~el 163.
the Women's Societies.-- Mrs. I. S. Those who know have affirmed purest of th
Patterson. that this number of Tallahassee's TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
The new layman's movement. -- H. J present lyreum course will be the best
Dfis. that has yet been given, and It Is ex- R DAMN TLPH
ThuwadaIy.-Missionary Institute. pected that the people will eagerly V. J. RANDOLPH,
Th0 home few d. take advantage of the. opportunity
l .aW work within the District. thus presented of hearing asoething CIVIL ENGINEER. R W
The Prsng Eder. tat Is really fine. il
The sollsetions; when and how. --H that is really ne
J. HMfaAger. Itmember the date, January 20 Ex. County Surveyor. Ba
SMiionary education. R N. San. .-- -
dors. Lap Robse $1.50 to $1.00 at J. D. -
The Women's Home Mission Society. Cay's 40 Print much and you will prosper.
S-M i R. Z. S. loan.
Stforeign field.
Wht about "Our man in Cuba ?"
T Woman's Porein Miassionary
K _Io-.-M111. J. H. Pekins. a tl
lk. --Thoma Williams. Capital City Stables,
Sby N. H. Wilitams, Confer-
N./ llasry eCrtary. oHOU8TOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.
1I. All address are expected to be
brief; et eax ding twenty minutes. .W
esMt by pwmiMkn of the Conftrm t ce. Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Rw o wt do red, but brief, point.
Eher-lt ;it bto brifelo Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
There may not be much
but let vIryfir come Are ar
St t l." he at. Hunting Teams and Drivers who knoWd the country. ht
|e a. itm, a ='Io Phone No. 79. P.O 0. Box 487. ver s
i, aid the bo of aewa to lave. ery
e *po o WUnt liS All Accounts Rendered Weekly.
J BooAWn.soM, P. E .

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TH tr'. it's fu

regnn'ulto Sold by H -. 'you to
The Poetofee Deportmemt has
issued an order to the e*et that here.
after newspaper sublorlptleao muse be
elected in advane. Tbe orr isTAL A
.lansary It is provided la the order ALLA
that go delItaquent subscriber shall be


married longer than three, months. The
rssau for the order is found In the
factMthat the Oovemment allows a
veylow rate on newspaper tage CORNER
ass aing the postage to be only for
the "'.t "" of b i"'b YAEGER-BETHEL HARDWARE CO
ad rMeWanwspapen. It,, inmot In- H
ft"1,W t at "ay IetsTa aeobemes -
"sal InaO lat bimts.- ,ia Harvesting Machinery Hardware.
, tema prie. to .atual y&Mhb.,Hvwow
m% MeGoverauet will ave fmey ..t

I 6"M awIses 0,@W S A Y D of


30 lP a" of yew a" =by mhma
A. R. S. TWIN
.Repair "Wr Seto a. fwraa. nt C.m WoL =Mtatd ..
on wevh IN seN oowi wi 1" buoim 6


NOW YORK CJIFANING ANDPRiN PARLOIL


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NUT DOW."10 fl3U3VS iUaDA


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have marked every thing
ot claim to sell goods b
as we have such
CHINA of hih
in looks to CUT GLA
)GOODS too numerous to

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ave amembled the war
All goods marked in plain
Store if you wish to save


iVIS CO., Inc.


tiAout


pounding more and more each week. Many
found that here they can always get just
rascription calls for, just at the time we prom.
st the price is reasonable. All druggists use
, bt we go further, and use pure drugs of the
r. Even the very cheapest drugs may be the
heir kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.


. eobb, Drug eo.
at side of Monroe St.


driving in daily


bought at


the


prices and will be sold at a
mall profit. .. .

ressers from $5.00 up.

led s from $3.00up.

;hairs from 50cs up.

other goods in proportion. If
rniture you want it will pay
get my prices before buying.



ASS[- FURNITURE STORE.


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


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S W at emoswoare to

H m amilr wall moare ompet o
tsmald-" onst nbe m iwttd
h ar ta nary.
atte ma e by J. W. ColUama
S _...same. acton aO te aoud tad
Sad, a- lepreta&s the u m eWy
m D to utM ebaerprise to taoe
'tan f ISO emr' wbas arvowu
a tD e etrtors wao were to
bta ri oat tar w reotma-
I Tas brue was to tave been
twMU sear ata huets or utme, at
Sm a **maom oc ootapted wia
tar I ue***o*, beace tae acuo O
wolw i_ reMlutiou were offered
W J. W. UittMla:
A,,, waereas, Leon Coaty
tt teeim bridge near the Mea-
MlAir Auae R. t. croemSg, and an
la m-d ame since built, and uadd
R a msim to have bmit and maun-
Uhe stewast brtwde, tueretore
ed by this board. That they
tw contribute toward the budd-
at "enew bridge for Stewart

.e.Reoister and H. G. Johnson
wOe apput ted a committee to buy
iS Bates for work on roads.


t. OIL. De. f .1Wm.
Mr. G. 3. Lewis and Others, Talla-
OeImteaM: We have watched with
.ueisraMie lteo the repeat as-
ttis takes by the City Couiel of Tal-
tkhi enmeerpiag the poor service
sad qujalty of m furtaised by the.
Capital City Light and Flel Co. We
Wtlee espeMially the receht pub-
ldsed moUse itssed by you to the gas
m es of the city of 'llahMe.
We desire to submit our testimony
to the Offet that our dealing with the
Captal City IAsbt PFuel Co. has been
quite unsftl ftetory. On or about the
18th of November we made complaint
to the manager of the gas company to
the elect that the gas plpes running
Into our place at the 0. P. & A. depot
were furnishing prateefally all airf
and no gas. We comptaiaed especial-
ly on the point that the air registered
up the fuel bill as muob as good gas
did. Prom that date until the end of
the month no gas whatever was used.
When the first of December arrived,
we were presented with an abnormal-
ly large bill. which we declined to pay.
We offered to settle on what we re-
gard as a reasonable basts. but the
manager of the gas company deelinps
to accept this, and has taken out the
meter, thus discontinuing our supply.
We have about concluded to discon-
tinue the use of gas at Tallahassee
altogether.


S lst regular meetag of the yours truy,
. Caty u r. W. w Y ar- PARKER RAIWAY NEWS CO.
utt oa oe puht of De causes of Win. Markham. Secretary .
M Wit&mo aoe t ltor a casage to be The Capital City Light and Fuel Comrn-
a i is io puoiuc road wamca ron pany have had with them for the last
a at place. Tne LDoctor wasa m- few days our popular old friend, Mr.
mm i to ag a petiUo to tha et- D. McLahlan, who was connected with
ft a1 ** 1 1 me irWee-tL dus ot me the gas company here for a number of
Maraucts, wmea wouid be re- years,. and by the united efforts on the
Wli ay uw u amiNU as aa aspe- part of hm and Mr. Swing, the super-
dels moeumg appomnd to ae ebld ona me intendent, our people are enjoying good
14a vaLs. MoMsquet -y upon watdate service from the gas plant.
ae i Made wam prenma wd and a-.--
wme euWman"uoa, to ef er wut a vewy aeter
p Snfowoi n m tShe ooatn of the is or should be worried when the little
3 Md, ae weo proposed loeaon o01 ones have a cough or cold. It may lead
0aw one. to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia--
Tam change ha become necessary by then to something more serious. Bal-
the pmam f m u. ruua hlad out for lard's Horehound Syrup will cure the
thet aMw eAnda Uweoral raid, wacn trouble at once and prevent any com-
a usait trom UeorKas, wumargn plication. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co. *
to- *ji1ue town same, to tei4m, ar
.w ia a delihtul little vil-
e UaMt aser tae bemadful M accoua-
ktas ask, ias e nortern part d6 tne
"et".y. aurrumded oy some of ie b
Ser *S.. agnaurital Meds ain e watre, ic
oWm asso eusavaeamt tmaanportamao
fer as nar pfUduc to mae it oe one 01
the ast properoas towns ,. VAoradA.
A&A msa traspIutr auoa, mrptun me
qgy of tase fornda .entrat, t wnu

Tooee ch ta 9*.
Ye feel as at you and one face too
-m.y waen you nave NaraJgia. Don'
Y ]-T atve aUe lace, you muy need at ;
-a get na of tee Neuraisa by apply-
tbsMOaNa# snlouw a LuniIt. rutMM
tas athe world for rbaematmn,
a da, emns, e uts, se"s, lam
hmes Uad au paom. Sold by stanie- a next time you are both-
-- ered by an annoying leak or a
"The Pleida dmuatenam Amoecatlona break or derangement o' any
The Florida iducatioaal Assoceation. drny
: odoevased at Bt. PeteAsa on part .of our lumbing'-fxtures
D0e ber 31, m190 was a sataerla ofr or pOng. don't waste time
smet men and women who have at and trouble by trying to fix it
hear the true advaoement of thplr yourself, but send f6r me just
sato. A detailed sacount of this as you would for the doctor in
metU will be sivems the nt a came of illness.
amber a a Floridrase chool El O I can restore sack plumbing
ak was adopted by the as to h and am ready to co
,alMIsm a Its o al ergs.
It was oe of the mot densI4 tru promptly whenever you 'phone
Sever held. May of t most or send for me.
SedaMonoe of torida were I have been careful to nm-
MBeese am9a 5 them p pre lov only the best workmen
t ite State t l attus= 01 21.In opUon to reader
I Jo. M. Lya, lDr. aif .yothl most efficient service
eita oity, prmdeeet o the setms at the fairet prices.
a ierta at De Laad. Preidea Don't imagine that I can
mDma of the Florida rmale col- only serve you with resirs,
w .uwas ear "detained at for I am always ready to fig-
unsadhis a abeeme was greatly re- with you on installing fix-
Weed by the other members of thbi tns of any. kind whenever
s01 aluato. tr of ny kind whenever
The eomleg was represented by Its you think of replacing or alter-
d ProfeAssr L. W. Buelhols; Its Ing. PHONE 80.
metaryT, J. 0. Kellum; and Its libra- PI IP
uM, Miss Mary Apthorp. Also. by the R. J. PHILLIPS.
bead of Its kad rt deprtmut,
On Amle Chairis, who Is presdeut
M ofa th e tate Kladersartea Asso
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THE TRUi D LMOOC AT. each day the votes should be seate Isitiee to tuad& wto 1 et
,terd as not to make an e lectI a d ai But i stood like graalte
s" 6. CaOLIsNo. obash. Senator, until the caucus had, 1 asasInast the tmeaUa.
t- wo thirds vote. nomlnaatd a Madi- **The Broward cla of to.d wer0
PUDLlBKED KVIEN5 RIDAY MORNING. late for the party. With them two unknown in politics at that tlue, sad
-- p.oini- gained, the anti-4Call people our more recently appolIted Senator
U POITICAL HISTYT. wrt into then fight determined to win. was in knee-breeches. Yany, Cal.
T. J. Appleyard, editor of The lAke Mr Call had sixty-tbree votes In ,no houn, Browne, Clark. Gakias and
C ed edito f th e I s whr.n the contet Iaa, but he others were making Florida history,
amity Index and one of the brt posted lacked three opt ,of the requialte two. I and writing some of its brightest Vpas
I la Florida regarding past poilti thirds. Clark was a Call man, and 1 before the people, who are new arr-
eat history, givew the fellowlag inter from ibe ery beginanlit Je was the gating to thm pelves all of public hon-
oting review of the great Call faht reourgnied leader of the C people on Ity sad Adelity to the Interests of
of 91. most of which is familiar to the floor of the House: and iu the the 'pl-pu had t-en heard of."
those who were Intersted In the out a itself be and Renator at H.I. -.. -
coe of that great politlal contest: Yancey of |alek divided the honors as I ewa r, $Wm.
"MUil Jeferson Bell, who. It must ,he undisputed Call leaders on the The readers of thi paper will be
be remembered by those who real her Iloor of the elucus. Many were the lead to learn that there i ast
Ui32UinSCttions to the, press on hoti onw dreaded disease that sciece Mo
ol teatte, is parto th pr, on pol, hot oratorleal duelsi that took plaf n been able toCMe in al its e aa S ad
alte, i pT t and parel of the the floor when Rammond and Dough- that i. C4a4' Halls Ca rrC is
rei ard ads alletrateon belta penslor erty measured with Yancey and Clark. the lon) ipo curenow known to th
0, .i the oflcen of Comptroller For more than ,ix weeks-night after des g rteSity. Catarrh being a
Creaot IB a rteent article, says in night-the weary struggle went O0,. emttiewldist.eae, requires a eonati-
staae that lion Frank Clark will growing more- bittr as the mesos of trt t. Hall's Catarh Cure
be returned to Congress witlh rather the le^Klilature, by constitutional 1tHI- ista e nternally, acting direct upon
sa emy victory over his opponent, Mr Itation, drew to a clone. Mr. Call had the blood and mucous surfaces of the
Parris; but Intimatf- that he ought steadily lost, onei by one, until what syst thereby destroying the founds-
aot to be. because. Mr Farrlis I'4 virn was known aI 'Tho Tall Call Column' tic. of the dismeae, and inglv the pa-
.ere and Mr. Clarx is not. W. are ha4 none *lown to fifty-two. tient traugth by building up tee conti-
eot sure wheithr Missm ell dlo, not i' e olje,. of the anti-Call forces wtationi proprting nature indo mutsh
know more Ao Frank (Cork than this wV to go in and on until the gis- work. it proprietora have to much
article wobld indicate, or whether lattre should iie. leaving thesppoint- offer O udre Dollars for that they ce
klowlnhtfr, her viiloiIcloutedo mene eo a dileorto ;vnor Fle. Onu e Doaroranycase
bk thn e lt m-t of a ,,tor to eor em- that It falls to cure Send for ist of
by the dens'- liroward fog th1* inK. who wnI a Htaiwart antfaall man. tj.inM>BJl .
llor. the laty h. draw her ~g~Clark. Yan,,y. Browne and others Addre. F J 'IFrNEY & CO To-
ary as 'pension l.rk. by ths gXa', aw this. ani determined that there ledo, Ohio.
dell gll to straton that would ,' wa omily one way to win, and that Sold bvy alldruvvlts.7.5c. Aug. 16-tf.
dllghted tor se ('lark dfeatd Y was to adjourn the (aneus sine di,; -. -.
Parris or anybody e-I. then go into the. joint asion aDi tlet AN AI'OI.XlY.
"W ever may ihe mali of the popl- their arnlldilatl The caucun had ben r! lEditor Peacoek oit I)unnellonl Advo-
uiar C,ngreisuman from this district, held each night with open doors, andi at,. offers the following apology for
has ;no.i bitter enemy wo.ld I>s Vr as the iltize.rnshmlip of Tallahassee wsi the shortcoming. charge him with being an insincere overwhe-lmnlngly anti 'all, and the lob his newspaper:
man. The writer of this article hax by wan lao ke(ti bty thesem outaidere e'v ry i We wish to aliploi/,' 1to the readers
sometimes differed with Frank Clark night, ho v heered the an, il'al ofTh "Ih Advocate for issuing a "bum"
it political matterr, and at other fore'u' and je-rred at the Senator'is suI) Il i'wr this week.
times baa agreel with him, I u' porters. it wai determined to le'ar the,. When you have hsarti our "tale of
whether we wetr stAnling shouleilr to lobby and debate thfe question of ail woe" you will twar with us this one
ibouldeir with him a we facired an en journine'nt n rin-e fi' behin l closed doorHs ai n,', we are surm
ioy, or faring hirm as we enKngged In Iut lione rfanoni nliuit ho lound for 'rhe Mtork paid our home a visit
uharp conflict, we- have at all times ad thils procedure, anti ('lark soon furnish Wednesday night arid left a flne little
mired the man on account of his aitmo Id unintentionallyl, pernaps) amnple bally girl-and to tell the truth about
lute candor, and him absolute fidelity reasMon. He got into a \e'ry hatel d(, o the' thing, we almost forgot we had a
to the cause he espoused. Friend nor bate with Henator II F. Kirk, of iHer paper.
feo of Frank Clark. during his long nando, which finally tweame no hot that We let all the printers off for a day
s0 active political career In Florida, it endid'l In a physical encoiiinter hn- Thursday to "celebrate" and at this
has ever had to hunt himti up wwhn an twern the two gentlemen upon the late hour they haven't returned to
iltue was pendinK for settlement, or floor of the cauiii. Am soon as the fight work. And as the editor can't stay
when a batite was In prosl#iti In started, It appeared to us as if all of away from home long enough to write
county or State' convention, In ,* irus the rn n present were engaged In it. copy, let 'lone to set it up, we will
or conference; In State legislation hall, We 1t ve often since wondered at the have to ask you to forgive us our short-
or In the Congress of the I united fact i i it no one was seriously Injured. co mings this week All of you that
htate --anywhere and everywhere-- "The next night, after long hours have a beautiful little lady-and ours
Clark bas never been put in th'. of heated debate, the resolution ex is besutifl-will tIar with us, and the
doubtfull' colhtrnn; nor can a single In. cludlng all persons from the caucus ex- others will have to. The editor is
staeace, l his careerr ob pointed out where ibe ever mounted a 'band-wagon.' correspondents, was pansed, and the long well. Congratulations are in
or before taking his stand on a public next night the caucus, by vote, was order and we are open to receive any
question, he even 'pit his. er to II't adjourned nine dlie Then came tho that have no advice tied to them. If
a togd' eto dls'over whilh way th skipping o~ i of itftrr.n Senators -thr you want to I. something to your
erowd was hodlng No, MiNa .leffe; Ihbes in tlhe' Wood '--and flniwy the ".ongratulatlons make it a one dollar
you don't know the. man. You're. too election of Menator Call by counting a William. a ham or a barrel of flour,
yog In years anti political life qirun,, Presideniit Ilrownt* saying any of those little things will do .-
egmebody has been. foolin you. *'Iecord Mr. Nelson of Humter as pres-. Ilitor of Advoc4le. signed in the
You're too air to have done this on eant and not voting.' presence of "the devil"
your ows volition. Take our advice: "The anti-'all forces. during all of Spring a nii'momnr open of Burns
Be from Missourl; ahd the next finat, thi long,. weary, bitter fight. had no A Co. for Talor Made Suitl bya rp-
so e 'bread-and-ltutter' hangerron of onrs (iunddlae. They were willing, at resentative of The Globe Tailoring Co.
the plfesnt adminitm1t'ron itI,".1 1' any istag of the' contest, to take any of Cincinnati, Monday and Tuesday
you about Frtit k Clark. you vmy. fair n inrded, competent man. This January 18th and 14th Five hundred
Show n*!' writer knows that the entire anti-Call sample froin whichto make selections..
"lrbkinn along this line, antl inent vote was offered to Frank Clark. He Orderl nd mo es taken and suit
the sglintment of Willi,' l ryan to kniowl thnt seven or eliht of the stil- r .......-
the Unitted Htatos Henate by liroward p(crters of Call aasureild Clara that ~.- _
IS payment of a political dleit, brings if he would accept the offer of the '
to our mind womne of the stirring SHreator's opponents, they would like-
oeana Ot the long ago, and to show wine give him their support, thus In-
Miss J@e IJust how insincere this nman during his election as a Senator for
Clark i .we shall relate, Horeh old tiiei- theo full term of six years. Mr. Goode.
politlal history a reprementative from 8t. Johns OUm S-
InB In lto ocTurr-d< onte of the ty, and an ardent supporter of Call,
moet Mtterly contested political hut. b ed ('lark. to allow the use of his
ties ear waged on Florlida oll Ben- name Others did the same thing. t B it
star Wkinson ('all was nearing the the, young legislator took the posltlon
sad of lls swoiti te'rn In the I'nlto.l hiat his conntituents were for 'the
Utateos'nate. a)t the leila0ture ton old Hctiator'--that tiey had not con -
be sleeted chat year, anui whi h was ueluered him In that 'onnec'tion at all-- i


to convene In April, 1iHlI was to elect and put it aside. He mid that while,
lia su eeassor. SMunior tUll was .1 of rourae. he would like to be 8etator.
candidate to iemucce'il hilnelf. antil ('c' .vet hI fell that he was there to repre
W. 1. Cbipley. of Pensatolas. uli'miui i it the wishes of his people, anti not
sot a candidates hinelf, am. th i unoll," tol gratify his own political sapiraltions,
pated leader of the anti('all for. |es in 'and with that view of the cane, he felt
the State The flight was waged tin thait he Itcould not with honor accept
leasingly from eon#* e nld of the Htate tie tih 'insatorshilp. The writer wan there'
the other All other IsNIe'i lwinilltl he %as itn anti('all man, he was flose
to Inaslatlfictance heside the all-ah to antiI in the confidence of the leaders.
norblin que'stllot f t lh. H S'natorilal tem tailI kntionW that the facts herein stated
cmsion. Iil tli Vu What a temnptation' If Clark
"When the I.'gia-lature of 1Ik' ion lhad arC '-ted. he would have i e Sea n.
vened, It was organiil.edi by theI call ilor at ,. early age of thirty-one
forces, with lion Jeff It ilrolwie. of years and Iwo months. and his would
Key West. as preldent of the enate have been an election by a leilala-
Mad Hon JIn I. tOikln.t o Rtsarke. fiare for a full usi year term, and not
aI Speaker of the louist of 'Repre by the appoilntmieni of a partisan (ov-
Mantatll _JYratnk Clark,. ilihn ni t tiie ernor In payment of a political debt.
days over thirty-one yearn of ago., as, There ran he found In the career of no
a representalive from I'olk vonlta ilan a stronger proof of perfr:- ".Incer.
was made chairaian of the llouse Ju I'y and unfaltering loyalty to duty
4llary Committee, which politlon be than in fIrnalihed by this occurrence
fled with great ability. uion. It It the political career of Hon. Frank
Sacey head this position In the I.en Clark. 4be represetallive In Congress
ate, sad the editor of The Index, an from this district.
re and avowed Cblpl*y man. was "Can the fair young writer wbow
Sclerk. mad th pi W tloa gave him polilt"al wrlthl& we have esdeavore
ta opportunity to know what he Is to rerPert, ptat to a aOS tates
law writing about The legislature mIn' Ia the Broward elaas that ever
Vas composed of ninety-ninale I)emo. turned his back Upon a high eoll sad
*dato sad one lone iRtpublicas-Iena- stood by the wlashe of hsl camtit*-
O. B. SmIth of iL Johns county ants as Frask Clark did Is this gle
Bmtuel4q-i DtaMeewa met o ta ble peisd i the history at oflarla
amas to mialalte a mcai4date of the Not mneh. They are met made that
8ti Ufr tlIi atit faster. Th way. We 4W amt elasm that rW. Clart
tIl Ioies, led by smow of the was the eSly a e of Mr. Cal' lyal
a e sad met alUl adi Mi ttw a itls whoo maWM have
et ver lived ito irdae- tably had the a1h4eirip at the 1aOe. He
wh m wer Jude, joseph B. lidi hav ehadil a a meM have
1. Ritboresh. Hoa. d.1 M. esatber the 8lae o ate ~o Oa Oi Waea
m se t Seunse a s. se6mss V. a v om seen oe&Z or be
of RMIs. Robert 0. e* 1a agMr. put e p at at u
0 eaWM n o. t. Wd Sohe Mo lb *e is I& b gwe*s
th Call tithe semcu Thi ee wl
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The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
Single Wagons. Steel or Skein Axles
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Light Two Horse, either axle. $M 00 to
... 40.00
Reg. Two Hore,. 60 00
Timber Wagona, ..... $x.00 to 50.00
BU(XIIES, O t Of ofEt:
Both PONY and iREOULAR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attsahed aad no complaints .
Customers from Amsterdam, Ga., to
Florida coast sad numbered by hun-
dreds. And they are still coming as
before one Is out of sight another is
sold.
FINALLY- If t Evgi to please we
Recommend other Dales in the city.

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good coffee. We take special pri b,
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;*.'..i e thm a f-d-ee w e-
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SM id arme the true emdi.
Oafy sf the b
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S-aw e t k a deep interest in
m eetdog. Tw services are being
heM iO the -nrmieg, the afternoon and
atc ad the people of Tallahassee
arn a mid earnestly invited to
ttead ai, thm. Let as all go and
m e- t enntd substantial and lasting
Sh -a meIt Is I Let's all strive
to t E!ht-lieta all try earnestly to
beW *m t the "Lord w-uld have us to
\ e." Wefeel that we ave been bene-
ftted by ttediag, and 'heTrue Demo-
rat m t lay inaits all of its friends
tolatted theme services during the re-
L. mailer of the season
Soogh once gets into your system
So vy iule and fibre of the
i m u makes you ache all over. It
Upta affecta the intestines and
make_ you conatipated, so in order to
get rid i cold tboroughly and with-
yt 4 you* should hot take anything
that twUtmdtoconstipate. Kennedy'
r Ative Cough Syrup acts upon the
bowels a thereby drives the cold out
of theaptem. It contains no opiates-
it is pleasant to take and Is highly rec-
mi d for children. Sold by all

B. em of john chard IBradferd.
' Joh-fJRichard Bradford, eldest and
oa anrviving son of Henry B. Brad-
f wa, ws born in Leon county in the
e ~n 82, a died at the home of his
wild-wd damgtw-in-law, Mrs. John T.
BradBrd, in the latter part of Decem-
ra Bradf-rds have been identified
i emmcounty since its earliest oc-
gig hi by white Americans. In
tli 0thern part of the county is a
emaHledd BradfordviUe. and a set-
tf know n as the Bradford Neigh-
hd," which occupy lands once
and cultivated by four brothers
of tat naio, who came here from
Not Carolina. These brothers were
A.. Hery B. Edward and Rich-
= IA. Bradford. Their only immediate
Ssesoeer are Mrs. Whitehead, Mrs.
d M. Houwtoun, daughters of
Bradford, and Miss settle
t .chldre of Richard IL
O fm oWmer 1Hv Tallahassee, the lIst-
rWIto Badfordville.
S Richard, the subject of this
o.teIa, wa l ht up in affluence as
tfaone f awe y planter, and re-
ed ed a university education. In 1851
h. married to Miss Nannie Taylor,
r ei0 rth Carolina. This long aw
apy lmon was terminated, only about,
t s a by the death of Mr
I 3 i w-hisbh mad event occurred in
Ne w York. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford
we aIn te habit of spending at least
haf the year. ithe orth. This to-
g ter wth r. Breofrd's haturl re-
erve, made him but little known in his
e einMtial town except among an inti-
l few. With his friends he was
and affectionat, and by
I norety mised. Mr. Bradfor
w als a man of deep rlfor ous enti-

nwhe still ai fdem
te O eandhis hupbv-
meat, et a tIme, was Mvery marked, but
a eey before Christmas he had an
ws i dr rom 8t. Joihn' Eplesopi
C alh by the ate Reverend W. H.
I Cartr, asadh to rest in the Epieopal
CI MrBdford leaves one son and sev-

sevval years saro.

&i-'s h been ask for the put two
mde ado.e of Chamberelam's
sagd Liver Tablets. they did
ed that I bought a bottle
k hU -aad have eaed twelve bottles in
I aa well of a bas utomaeh
mrtli-Mr. John Lewe, Cooper,


S ee tabe are for a ale byf

* e -lew
IV i.^ efW~aaTwur oo.r
Pi d to 7 C.
f1 a I-- rbm-Nlww I
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CAL A- A PES AL XTM.. Hra. 1Y's P.eecmter.
The latest move on the part of Mrs.
Attend the revival services at the Eddy'U "next friends"-so the law.
M --- i calls them-to prevent her trustees
-Dr. T e. N. D.atist, office from investing $1,000,000 of her money
t* r.leb Xt. y 2ni ,ce^ Iin a great sanitarium for the cure of
a;= nae tx o tp frcef diseases is utterly disguting- a dis-
W't6. 257. ,-. I grace to the wretches who dare to claim
If wih your mial deresmd by kinship with the good woman and to
a e hav it addressed to street and the community that will tolerate the in-
au terpretation of their filthy htnds to
i Do hab e t he baee eneMlon- snatch from charity the money designed
lly, or "tltebm" in t the side and for its sacred use, for the sole reason
sometimes do you feel all tired out, that they some day hooe to graso it in
witSbmt anbitom and withemt emegy' their own selfish clutches.
If so, your kidney are out of order. It is a reproach, we hold, upon the
Take DeWitt's Kidney sad Bladder; law of the land that it should be so en-
PIa T1 y promptly reieve backache,: meshed in technicalities a to give op-
weak baek m *flsln ttm oef the bladder portunity tor a procedure of this kind.
and weak kidneys. Sold by all drug- It is a terrible reflection upon the
gits. American Bar that It numbers in it
LorT-Between College for Women membership lawyers who, for sake of
.id Monroes treet Ladies' Watch, blue tain, will take such a case, thereby
enamel W, attached to gold in. Re- ower the gra and honorable pro-
turn same to this office a"d secure re- feeion from the loftyheights of jus.
ward. 47 tice and rectitude where it should ever
At a regular meetingof the Directors dwell down into the sink-hole or rank '
of the Da ruvid S. Walkeretingo Library held and d-etestable greed.
of the Davu d S. Walker LibrH held lIn many respects the above editorial,
on January 10th. Mr. A. H. William which we take from the Tampa Tri-
was elected as a member ofthe Board i bune of the 8th inst., is one that will
o ctrusetbo the vadecancy or the meet with approval from all liberal
Scaused r by the death of D. W. minded men and women. M r. Eddy'
H. Carter, and. upo the election of has been officially proven to be of msund
S. President re an ceptional business ability. and therefore
as Vice-P-residn tm nd ure r, ana su rer atttrig ht to "dsp of her
Mr. A. H. Williams as Secretary. has perficnt rigt to dn e ofm her
'money in the way that seems best to.
Ring's Little Liver Pills wake up lazy her. Htier son, her adopted son and
livers, clean the system and clear the their heirs, who are the only people
skin. Try them for biliou.ness and sick who can leFrally demand the inheritance
headache. Price'2.5c Sold by Cobb's ,f Mrs. Eddy's property, are. and will;
Drug Store. *' further be, amply provided for, but it I
Burns & Co. do not sell their stock at is absurd to r req that she isould be
cost, or below cost, and have no desire restarined from spending, as sti pleab-
to mislead the public by advertising to es, her own earnnigs during itu i ilie-
do so. They do sell the best grade of time.
goods at the lowest prices consistent The Christian Scientist will doubtless
with fair profit for themselves which? take this matter, as theydo everything
they believe is satisfactory to their else' quietly, and with an uniwvering;
patron. 46- trust in the power of good ov'er evil.I
FOR RENT I will rent to a desira- They imbibe the spirit of 'he.ir lead-
ble tenant v y Betton Hill nouse one er, Mrs. Eddy. who. in a letter written
mile esat of Tallahassee, with 40 to lIM last April to the church at Boston, said,
or 200 acres of land as desired, Good "Aa h.riatian Scientiats you unnei.st nd
house. good paturage and good garden the Scripture, 'Fret not thyself because
facilities. Fine place for raising chick- of evil doers.' Also, you scient finally
ens. Also house for laborer if desired. understand that God is Divine love, om- I
Apply to JOHN S. WINTHXoP. mnpotent, omnipresent, infinite, hence
46-tf it Is enough for you and me to know
Mrs. Crosby Dawkins has gone to "that our redeemer liveth ariel inter-
spend some time among her old friends ceedeth for us."
in Jacksonville. No "Hitt ng back" is ever indulged
It is a matter of great ratification in by these people, they referring to
to the friends of Mr Crowll Dawkin, oeythe tdivne c, command to "love their
that the trouble with his eyes that pre-' enemies, ard to do good to them that
vented las return to schol last year despitefull3 use them andl iersecute
has been overcome. Mr. Dawkins left te -
last week for the Washington-Lee Uni-
versity, where he will resume his in*er.
erupted studies.
For the best In Hate. Shoew, Trunks
Bags, Umbrellas, Shirts, Hosiery and
Neckwear, go to Burns & Co. 's 46
The Park Avenue Kindergartens have
outgrown their restricted-quarters in
Leon Hotel, and now occupy two nicely
fitted up rooms in the old seminary
bw1ling.
Mesrs."A. G. C Sage of New York, -
and H. H. Benedict of New Haven, are
hunting and fishing in the Tallahassee
neighborhood, with head-quarters at the
LeongHotel.


It Is very important, and in fact it is
absolutely necessary to health, that we
give relief to the stomach promptly at
the frst isna of trouble--which are
'belchin of as, nausea, sor stomach,
headache, irritability sad nervousness.
T e-a are warnigs that the stomach
has been mistreated ; it is doing too
much work and it is demanding help
from you. rake something once in a
while esWtsall after meala; some-
thing like ODOL For Dyspepsia and -,
Indigestlia. It will enable your stpm- ** *'** '*** "
aeh do dits work properly., otd by
al druggists. Jan. lo, 10O8.
P.. Carniegie, of Dungeness. Geor. Dear Friend:
is asking a stay of several wees ..
athe eity. We use to have the
W. L. HutdMason, of Hartford, Ala., worst kind of bread at
has come to Tallahassee to assume the
management of the Leon Hotel, of Our house. It would'nt
which, heis also the proprietor,. rise. The cook said
we didn't have in our

CASTORIA house the right kind
jIsa ld AIEof flour, so Mafma
changed her mind and
AIK WYNl k Aw 1" for a lomg time now we
D oem te have been making our
gI. f reef bread out of "Cham-
.--. -. pion"' or ''Sylph"
A Car flour. It costs $1oo00
F aRMC. 8. C.. 3an. 18, 1908.
Having learned that there wasa re- per a ack.
port circlating m the city of Tallaheu- f'Olr friend,
see that I rn away from that city witk- Jacob
out giving notice of my departure to the Jaco.
on the Tallahaee Steam p S. They keep the
S o friie ts w best of everything at
s1 Plins nft isako veT.TH. RANDOLPH & sowa s.
r natiM a managerr, sad Mr. C. -


Amimews, pr=dmt of smWAi rm. Be-
cepted nome
C. .AqL
Lap ~poumem stla the eltyaJ.
D. CAW 4
D. thbma of ear ~qn

istame a mther se twia
a r. ae i are,.1J*
hur w Um TM Butn. of tis&
d~ban&

so m
bwew, um atdI


fgatht a SMtltr Degst
L few trained and untrained
d; kV to 4P0.00 each. En h
nd "T Pex, Coon and
Houlnd. Pup. $10.00 pair. Well bred,
fast and furious.
J. C. RANKIN
:-3m Liberty, A. C.
Fre Sale CheeptI
A one and half horse power Gas-
oline Engine sr le at a bargain at
this office. 2-tf
Dr Mtlu' Anti-PatN O1M refiTve pala.


than any light on the market.


Netee to Crestoen ea" eee

ri mrWeson im~amoNamtv pnwe
howIf inme vii e or wa' diamOi"o
J":l ied "Aof s'" "AP3

Rxecutrix at bbt.aet Jah Lb. 3.dwJai

Jsw7& 9 -- -- pt


PIANOS.___
Mrs. Minter represents one of the Lead-
ing Music Houses and can sell you a
Piano on easy terms. -

Phoie 208, Taahassee, Fla.




KEMPER STABLES,
C. A. SCHOEMAKR., Propr.
Phone 38.
NEAR THE LEON HOTEL.

LIVERY, FEED and SAL*.
BLLS PRZSUNTKD WUKLY.
SAFE TEAMS FOR A)ti r3 DWVI.
Ex'Kriencedl and Relitille., Drivers for all Teams
Hunting Teams a Spedalty.








I Corbett's Furniture Store



50 Ladies Rockers, worth $5.00,

for the Holidays at only $3.oo.

Don't fall to get one while they


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We guarantee


this. Call and apk to have them shawn you. 1 I|

Don't forget that" we now 'have a complete j
line of ORDOLESS GAS HEATERS for your comfort.



THE GAS COMPANY.

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EES LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
OOIIP..STOVSNATIOAL PIPE, POOD AND 960" LAW,
An Insprewoincnt eye many Caw&*. LoW asi Droembial Roemede. beeauee k ride the
system of a cold by metno as a ead- d-oftete wboweb. 1He .pstm I-0-- -- olive
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They will give you more light for less money









TOS TRtf 3~fMUW A1 C014. WAS WOIL yf USraE- A 1.|
TM TwVZ DinOGRAT. hw *tumts ofU Fth: a O _6 *
M1 1 AM1M111 11M111tPer. i f-g for Women who wet I or
SholidAsym have all returned i. ak the A God Stry TeOMld e Fioia's CMet
PUBtLiWED f ERT MWAT MORNING. routine of work has bees Gain Itken ad t
up. Atten4ance at Otw school for
- u- hs s- ed .reamy gjn A good .toy s told of Governor
music has increased preatlya, lnce Br1ward, of F rida, in o00e"tion with
WKRM.As, IInatJaspaetions to serve hristmas, so much so as to lemnl his prom t appointremt of Bryan as
the cnmm-itymd the best and the services of another teacher. Mallory'u acceorn tMllory ded just
mset slat a di lethis muicl- On 4unday the vesper service' wa after holiday ress beg-anadBry-
pBlit ,The penan's Club is ever 4- given The service, which is s"- n, or ay other man whoe the Gov.
%Jft the etie ki aly tlly held on thoe frst Sunday of each ernor migt have appointed, could not
.0isap tion of all mswciens of TJl month was po ; ad the absence of the etW-nts, who were busins" before he is sworn in next
LSS2AS Foremost among those slow to return after the holidays. This Monday, coaequemtly acme enti-
who ft" in helpful encouragement service is attended, primarily, for the mental friends of the late Senaetor
to Th6 WMim'sClub, especially in the heneflt of the stiidernts, although the rather mildly protested to the Gov-
past two yeans, the late J D. Hutchin- townspeople. uranetrs of them, avail ernor against what they called his un-
son prietor of the New Leon Hotel, themselves ef the opportunity of bear- seemly haste in namog a man for the
Tal. 'is., was conspicuous forIi ,n the muaic, and are- always wel place.
his practiealaid to The Woman'. Club. com. The musical proirafn for laxt Well, Mallory is dead, isn't he?"
as well as for his cheerful co-operation a rvc w follows ked the Governor
Ia all matters of public welfare which runday'sn srve was (nfll Mlws- ked the Governor d said. "He is
TheClub had undertaken for the public or n nerreupw "1 l dead, s"t f
good; and K"ti **Well," interrupted the Governor.
WHUaiAN. Whale sming ly in the '""l 'r" ei rgar. D)-,t Ah I can't see thAit he will be anydeader if
eajeyment of roloust gXod health and ((;ro'.' MI% KelipfPoItpr I wait a week."
Vcmvi sysical energies that contrib- OrK.ni lnt'rrnzze o (Holllrimi Miln There wax nothing more to be said.
to (he prosperity of his chosen FnMtI' Exchange.
baaws to a dret of markejuces, Valr.n pialio andl erii, A liinlatt it's all in the way you look at it with
the late J. D iutehiuiuon was mudidenly (nfirii|,.i'lrik a. Miss 'ernckefr MISS him, perhaps but there may become
stricken, and after a lingering illness x x .. el< K lisaer Flordians who do not see mome things
for months was finally laid low in death; ',,|,, 'l h. Los I< lirr ( ir Art hu just as does Florida's big Governor,
Now, therefore, be it IVIc Ih.loq '1pi 4rAtu uta o lrd' i oenr
Now, therefore bThe Clm of' lSab illk.i MNiH Clintl and there mity be some living machine
o 1 W)rm ub or in schBplel (N.oble, MiHH ios- Politicians in Florida some of these
Tallahassee, Florida. in formal vrveetirj i I d 1ys that will be. even '"deader," if we
dul aasembled, That it joinsith other .P ,1fe ,( sr I W. ntiienhlz Mr .1 ( oI y wait a 'few weeks..'
eitizens of Talfa hamsme in deploring the' if-morn1a W, M iMr hor .1Gh ia"w es
lose of this useful and proeperingreiti K' 111'mnn and Mism Mary A potrr, whet, -- 1 ------
sen, J. D. uthiss>ou' and extends to ; 1ti itds1 the Florida Htate Te.achrSh'rM We have to some' extent at least been
his manyrelatives a ? friends sincere A "keittio tS. Ht Peterbuirg, rtunirri.l out of touch with the political situation
sympathy in theorroWswhichhis ha-I. .,.>v i>part. of the we-k in our State during the past twelve
mented and untimely death munt ietil an'd ntoimneild by both ieulpii ;ntl mortha, but by the interchange of
.L. .i.,. -a n opinions here and there, we have be-


Resolved further, 'tiat am a mark of Chaires Persenal and Local. c
respect for his memory and in apprecia- :Chaire-, .Jan 14. We have often l
tion of his valued help to The Woman's heard it fid not to believe every- r
Club, cause these res-olutions to be i thing you mwe in newspapers. The truth I,
spread upon the record of The Club, of this was demonstrated when we ti
and a copy duly engromsed be trans- Lread two mismtatements that appeared r.
mitted to the family of the deceased. [last week in the items from Cires. n
MRs. THom. M SHA(KIKrlfIi, One was that Rev Mickler had arrived ti
President, and the other was that Miss Alice pat- o
MaR. .IJIJsaun him.Hit;I terson and brother had returned to m
MMa. CHAn A (AY, Sutherland. One of our young men I
MIss ILI.LA LRwmi. who had driven up to tht parsonage at
S.... and gone in was reported to the corres- ei
Nero of Good Teoacco Seed. pondent as being k i r. Mickler (we'd
TALLAHAR., PI.A. Jan. 10. 19M. better not call his name). And Miss
VAitor True l).emorat, T. allaha e., Patterson suddenly became ill and did
Mig. not leave the morning she intended. .f
*B. eno yu She and (wynn intend leaving in the
DAt SIH---I enclose you a l-etter morning for Sutherland where they are "
which you may publish for the informa- making such a fine record as students
tion of your readers. The Department in the college.
at W ington can only send out a lim- Rev Mr. Mickler did arrive satur I
cited aOmaunt of need to those desiring day, remaining until Monday evening -
tobse se. when he returned to Tallahase.
There is some information in the let- There were no Sunday services held
tar that may be of interest to your to- in the Methodist Church owig to the
beeo readers (Our people should seek illness of Mrs. Annie Enlia High-
t raise a tobacco leaf of high grade tower, whose reside a oear the
sad uniform texture and size. That church. Although Mis JIghtower's
irUt only *ay to keep up the price of condition seem at times precarious, her
mor tobacco. friends are hopeful of her recovery, her
Very truly yours, physician iving them this hope.
W. 14. A M". A. Mr.C.VT. Hiaootk, of Tallahkamsee,
M. 34 District. Florida ient several days last week at the bed-
WAsHINOTON. )D. C.. Dec. 20, M)7. ide of her niece, Mrs. Hightower.
M.. .. .. ..f~ r- uMiss Sadie Carmine iM vaitalm MIss
Hlon. W. R. lamar, House of Repro- Miad. 6pCat rmi nt Meisly --, ne.ar
stave: h Gladys ten at Motly Hag, near
Bia-I have directed Mr. A I) Iast Friday night burglars entered
Mhamel, in charge of our Tobacco In- the store of'Mr. G(o. Patterson and
vamt tlona, to comply with the re. helped themselves to a supply of goods.
for Improved tobacco seed made Nothing was kw*rn of it until next
Mes m 1. 1. Noltheitus, Monticello, morning a the store was unoccupied
; M. M. Owens, Westville, Fla ; during the night. No clue could be
I.1tqks, Monticello, Flra., an lier- had as to their identity
Wrt A. Wlliame, Tallahassee, Pl. It The plasterers are busy trying to get
1WI only be possible for us to nd a Mr. Upchurch's house ready for occu
!itosly of th e imw vvod seed for pancy. They hop to move first of
tMr planting the coming season. We neat week -e- the parso,,, e will be
he= I -_ A aat"ed up preaher family.
at U Imppv'ed varteUm for p utg When completed, NMr Uporeh'. will
a1s and It is our exp5e r"e abea butful modem residence The
o, f de.,n l. a oly f~ult wefiNdof It is that it is at
FawtmsUt ofth esesd unotilIth10hr- Nay Intead of Chairn.
toe as to its aJ daptability to & M Ie wh. Mr. Englishh
1 condition on the farms whreS was enro e toatim ifrm Greenville
i s f I. be m 8ui1eoam *aged will her suit ase was roed from the
.n." i .to...ch o' t bhadotor rofthe .tai t theisk
e4L1"" = Iit produces a desMe of ,ko*A uan they refused to atop the
type of tobacco, e gh seed can be train to get it. As oo as arriving
Wsved from the tat pts for planting hereom one as dispatched for it, but
the etie crop the olow1 l e w" the east found train which was late
This seed shmd tbe sav. under bag. that afternoon persisted in taking it
free from cress fertilization, in order from the colored man s it passed and
that a uniform type of toiaec< may he brought It tack next day As the case
secured. There has been a tendency was dropped in the water and for their
by som of the Ploridagrowers toggrow neh- ence Mrs. English has entered
types of tobacco producing the largest n orgl damages.
yield per acre, without due regar to Mr Englishand children returned to
the shape and aile and quality of tht (;rte.,,ville. .surmay after remaining with
leaf alnd frequently much of the eed ,ain daughter several days
aued has not re.n adapeld to the enita-1 If her duiughter's condition warrants
tone whire it hna I.wen grown. Thee I it Mrs. English will make. a fyinig %iit
facts have res.lotd i*n the promdution in home. this afternoon, returning t Mrs
nome eams.s of a to.l'aee, of undesirable i htower s t wd side tomorrow.
quality Owing to the fact that the me one taki w did not mentioi
tobacco industry hams spreald mo fast dur- the oranges and other fruits Tanmpa i as!
ing the past two or three yearn. it il when writing utip our trp. Well. we'
probable that there will le' at much had fruits, in abu tidine Mr F her.
sharper distinction driawi in the fuia re has lovely, .grie of. ni.ge- a ,i .grape
between the different grade.lsf taeco fruit, ,,so of which, h, alway- -snd
raised on the di.Terent farmsr It will u at t'hrlatnma tim,.e, then wy taw
therefore lwome. inc're.in l imsoir- many others. We al.o enjoyil .lu.cious
t that tthe gKrower. ,e ievei. T trins ,trawberries tomatoes. cucumber. mind
*fta .b by eltecti und .rre inir., h a too numerous to, mentn i In.-
wkR are alteil tel t heir conlldition;lS d :there is more toeat in Tampa. thlii
pd which pr- iu the ,ut 1hae l i8) n any other place' we ever v litvl. Avid
a of I'avres and having the other thowe people eat Among other 'truit
qalittele of texture. etc w ich is nei- we brought home with u W the larg-'
rfor bigh e wrapper tobac- est pa pple we ever saw. a gift from I
0% Thevalue Y the crops ra.~n h n p Mr. M iler's grocery hoese As we,
tid section will d upon the prtold the Tampa people. there is only
prtie of high rad"wrappers rased blot we could ase upo their fair
s the crop. is prolortion can l city and that It the licensed saloons,
ntriallly lftueld and the yield of buythm are some strong advocates
the btterrde ncre.ed by the use ; for tmpen there who sy they are
ueled varieties and the scientific n*' s to ftI tAe mee of this et.r
Sof the bet pnts of the va- The Chai people have always been
ret for seed product. annoyed and made to feel very u
We have written the ativned d te ,am ho--da, but we antl. .
growers to the effit that a sample of that it w reartet duria" the
improved seed is being sent to tlem at hal4lMa past a a&d t'ai the seiiff
y 9ur a^ d11 seek- d brooding over
Very respectfully, t -
Acting Chief of Bureau RMI het Mat.
A. ato. .. ... .


.me imbued with the idea that Bill
amar will be a factor in the Senatorial
ice even in South Florida. Hon.
'ark Trammell is being favorably men-
ioned for the office of Attorney-Gene-
il. Mr. Trammell is a lawyer of pro-
ounced ability aind a man of unques-
onedintegritty. With his acquaintance
ver the State, together with the al-
oset certain support of the Broward
action, he would at once become a
strong candidate should he decide to
nter the race. Plant City Courier
Rust Prorf Oats.
200 bushels of Rust Proof Seed Oats
or sale at Yaeger-Bethel Hardware
tore. 42-tf
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What is CASTORIA
Cadtort is a lharuslew mblmto fr Cstor O 0 iw,
gorn, 'Drops and rooth myru. It Pisa.
contain neither OptiUl Morphine nr o hear %a
substance. Its age Is io guarantee. It destroys WgeM
and allays Feverishnes. It enres DItrrNhiM ad ia
Colic. It relleves Teething Trembles, cureo tma
and Flatulency. It aimallato the Food, trelu tie
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy sad naturalale.
The Children's9wanace-Tibe Mother's FreLd

O-mUIN, CASTORIA ALWAYS
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eoauiste Ispab=n- Rt y when a

M b. look for pm or
meMones, asKe, mcan 't and
tm e aby W 4te'a Cream
v vin d the scha M a tist s
u n frm wovnm whih keep it hun-
Sand nanl the tme. Pleasant to
k--weuiitaactionm. Price26cents.
Ikd by Hardwee-Smuth Qo.
It Is a e ural stom the
Prateraity of Mamona, 0 M e
in the firt part of te year, to gather
ina boyatone of the local churches
to bear a sermon m Free Masonry.
Accordingly a large number of Masons
attended the morning umdvise at the
First Baptist Church at Suonday, where
they heard an interesting emena by the
peator. Or. J. B. Pruu. .ThA sermon,
Sour rqOt, the Doctor has kindly
athOdm = f ogil ia this issue
To stop that pam in-the" back, that
stiffasas f the joints and muscles, take
P les. They are guaranteed. Don't
suffer from rieumatim, backachet
kidWny trout le, v.iu you g't 4.' days
trc. mwAt fur $.W). "A .ing~i d',e .it
bedtime proves their merit. Get tie.,n
to-day. Solid kV Cubb aDru St *3
Pinesalve Carbolizod aets like a poul-
tice, draws out inflammation and potion.
Antieceptic, heag. For chavped nannd,
lips, cuts, burns. 4okl by Cobb's Drug
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n. 15th, and Continues for KCen

Attend the revival services at the' new la Veoe mDSa-e-.
Metbodist Church. Mrs, Mary Dowling of No. 2B 8th
A number of new students have been Ave., San Francisco, r.comemds a
rll"ed at the -m for women pince refmedfor stomach trouMe. %as: PO
Ibea -beliftP of *second term Gntitude for the wondrfuleful ft
AA o the are Ky Leda Thorn- Electric Bitters in a case of acute in-
m tka; oodruff, West- digestion, prompts this tetlmotal. I
flu* Pearl aad M Ia Johnson, Syca. am fully convinced that for stesiach
I"ore M Wnd No ae th, Jackson- ad liver troubles Electric Bitten rs ,
rvile; Orace Sausnm .akeinndl Aline the best remedy on the ma"rtoday." For Ci(
IMe akL -e, ; Lille Watts, Thi grmt tonic and alterative medicine
eik, -rid Mrs. ar thesystm, purifle the
Evelyn Moses, Jeabcomille. bo ad is especially helpful In all
e o nie will *forms of female weakness. -c. at all
The 11aptist N" Convention will drunim&
meet In Plant Gity onTuesday, the 21st -^^-
last. Deleates ong from here are Governor Broward was one of the
Dr. Pruitt, "ast iete First Baptist teat makers at ab dinner recently
Chr.t in Ta oaaMee Mrs. Pruitt, ven by William J. ryan, in Lincoln,
Hon. and Mrs. W. IL holloway; Hon. Nebra". rom Lincol, the ver- For (it
W. V. Knott, and Professor A. Mur. or went to Omaha. Nebraskab Fre-
phree. quest to deliver a temperance e.
Everybody loves mr baby, rosy sweeAtAtomy4nEal lis, who has re-
id centy beenm made one of the nve meorn-
With kilSwy Lam oB her neck and bers of the Supreme Tribunal of the
pn eeral Or orKnihta of Pythias,
Once she was s thi and cross, ed to has one ndianpoli Indiana, to
ery with main- try a case involving lam e property One i,
Moter irave haer # weet, now she's rights in Hawaii. ond
wellagahn. FFOR RF NT! Two-horse farm, under id.e"
Sold ball drurRists. ood f nce, just west of my cottage. .1450
The inew TIljhassee Stearn 44 M4s. MM. A. WA.LAcK Alm
Laundry hasa no opened under G at
new management. With your Ne". Call at
aid we will trn out nothing but A client has placed $0.000 with me
fit-clato work. end on ao vedscuret in amounts Whenm
J. W ,LL Y proper. of.not Aleas.00 0= o marble
J. WILL YON, Proprietor. oloe. A. Eouoxeon. ville Mad


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Ohbsmm'8s ?
or Mayor:
F. C. GILMORi.
riCty Coumel, ull Twin:
J. D. CA,
A.F PNI
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A. H. .n M .
City Tax Colbseto^
C. Z. ENf.
City Tax Asasmr:
W. H. CHANCY. 'jr
y Democratie RExamNvl
mittee:
JUUUS BALL, I"
C. A. CAY, "I I
J. A. DoINDSON,
G. H. GW N.

udred dR mat h aod b M

Raw at 87. *
actual lent.
Sonce at R. J. Evans.
you want a ice g.riW *
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DRESS


GOODS


Look at our.stock before making your purchase.


We have Voils, Panama, Serges, Mohairh, Broadeloth and Silks in


abudiance. Investigate before


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should take many Higs Into A~mitIr .


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Cor. Clinton and AdAimAtb,
Tallahassee, !%orka,


My supply of double and single buggy and waq

on harness is complete, also full stock' of p ls

bridles, hames, collarsn.traces, back band e el


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NEURALGIA.
SCIATICA.
RHEUMATISM.
BACKACHE.
PAIN IN CHEST
DISTRESS IN
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They Relieve Pain
Quickly, leaving no
bad After-effect


25 Doses

25Neverints
Never Sold in Bulk"
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THE DAIRY ROGUE. I ,v is dailry. we want rows that pro-
<(ly John M Hfoli. In ItIlhlltin Npo 7t. dli- a laiite flow of milk of I goodd
Vrioarl gI \' Wi.IulIIaI l xi.%lo-F iien st#1liet IlIw iar we' to siecurt, saurn
1 1at4llton I .1IIithils *' It keeptl a daily record
The' cow e I the fiiinlirlimon that up f t.il' fte.i< e'awlen zland milk p)r(oluced
hlIds the0 whole tidlriv l.iilneh. Hue I by rich row in the herd T'his is the
l dti-endi lis imre n thwe' 'rw than oft only wst, tIo know exactly what acrh
iBy other lso point MiWcar of course cow is loli.ng that Im, whether e'ach
pneal opn the. reeid ani care,. hbt the I row In preiliurin enough milk luring
of fere'd andivl rtre will mit make al the %Par" to Ipay for the. feedl e't1en
proitable cow nil o(f oan nui ilroefitablels i and still leave uas a fair profit All
gie. That In. fedl and rare alone will that I. ne..dedj for ke''pling the re.oard,
t mak i a eow that irod lre's only 2M6) In alddillon to.what the farmer already
lose of nilk ,l'ld ft60 or 4)0 gal has. In a spring halance. Buspead the
ln the same length of time. Io spring balance from a bea to In oom
wrds. all cows art not good con venient place In the barn, and tack
isy animals no matter what or bow a phet of paper up couvealeatly near
they are f d A great deal de the sprimp bla e. Have the sheet
s upon the indlviduaflty of eh|t paper roted a fttiew: AAt the ht
The fewd cimstume4 by apre have a elams ruled eor dale. Acro
g os to laying o of fat. Am a the top have the sea or number I
rule, a eow that Io sleek and (that in. Cosw No. 1. ete.) of all
Is a poor milker. On the other the cows To the left of the data
of the feid it egasme for milk cnrd the weight of milk after iash
RedotomU in the siot protable. mUkiag.
1111s et Dairy Cew. The eow that dos not pay for the
la loeetls eows for the dairy. do fewd at*e sheiNd be sent to the bleik,.
t elleet a mush fir &ay partItlar and r-emaed by ae that will rters
r*ehlpethlat th Mashould behrom a pet .~ pp a os, r tewaea we
i ot 1dtlary breed. m d sot tfte arae lktag lt awsa f mtl fl
best breds. It is net e*seldnry Ietls two ~amla d theo ette -
t they should be highly bird ail l alt l aor milka da. ether wods.
As a smma rats. ndhowever. the the urea9 imtos ieea m O ww lis
tbred Oews are the meet preo @taty a frM the ethelr thirty ematu
Do amet. heMevr. by say m sas m 6u y. It ago. tet am t
a ow st-ply fMr her pe ogree. a a aw Do s~ nppM in
rather is hev ladivbdal metuS. eM be I as Mto dbMde uN


ow i% the mno proitauler to keep?
In this rnm. o(we cow (it the present
price' o( nailk and fMd) wusihld Ibe fed
at a loss oef ten cents at di.'. while the
ullier wolil live A ftlh prrifit 8er8i
thinxa can never be found out uil
we' ki-ep ai record of the amount of
milk |lroducedi Them. at the end of
the nlOith. or year. we canii4alanoe up
eaih cow's e t. With thih Infor
nation llt oluooommad. *% are In a
IMition to weed out the latiry rogue'.
or. In other words, the unproAtable'
it Pays to Keep a Record.
To obtain comapetet help in the
dairy Is a dileaU t gem ., and we A
may we have aet tiae tobeep a rae-
ord. How ra we e wbhther dairy.
tag is a prottabos -aes anltss we
keep am acooeat of etaf cow? The
writer knew a ma who was milkiag
ten cow,. but kept a. rord. Ptaly
hae was persuad to keep a dally
record of eamh e At Oe end et
the year he was ar pised to Md that
he had fed Mad mated thee eows that
did aet pay h r the eo d gives them.
la addition to this. he waas ot of
Ipeaket by the ed M eseeary to 1hs
ar Of tfhee a eSwm V as we1 as
the Ime of the mM voTed them
I ether weteds bd be mNtd oGy
the oee tmed ,t togs" of the t e
dearf the yeW, he -at daly weVM
have Wd a ga r mv& Of riCe
bt be wue l aa e b i e, wem Wk
4 *> e T e r tor ke


the record In only a few minutes each
day-about two or three minute forr
ea-h cow. This only iamoIunts to ai
few rents a layv for a herd of tn,, or
wenty cows.
r of Vtl Impertaac*
No other ranso the body are no
eential to good health the kidneys.
Foley's Kidney Remedy makes the kidk
nys health so that they will strain out
the imprities from the blood which is
co 55UbpjhrIuM[h thm. Con'
m tacekii ia'e Kidney Remiedy
at the fltindazWr. old bya
Saaeists i e a" I.
,H- *W. R. 01 will b c".tate
d 1a r Rdtis the t n
sat I hlehe e*-la l-i i
theOw iadhadm ane the ioPtuw
WDlOW their mSest le ek o
rt5~a~dy -I totftD psrrw d by dh.
*_ss M pBe| Pakika
hat 3
AU h e W. xI. t aft
arbae I is % uthes awho
t e- as d & th that tMe


$10,000 MEN WAN fO.
Mr Idetoon takes a deep Itent i,4
.voin men. and offer thoe* ls .
*Today is youth's seath it 'i
great country,' is the way hb eh9l5 ,'
them on
"The United State is starVIti1
t,,e-tboausd-dollar mes.
are actually dlamubrlg for.thd; ;
the younger the better:. BRt tt he
today r.aunt be techilalIl
Modern ladustrial. &as"sieu 1
mercial oadtoft s are mere
coated tha ever before, ad it k
tralmed mad and a level ead bu
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