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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 24, 1908
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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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SAlI pesent only about 22 per cent pf
em twal forest area is in State or Na-
tisal forests, the reainder beinx uh-
( -' WA k i a or in private
rL e forest area is amply sui-
selst, If rightly managed, to produce
a Q enough timber to supply all
em erb-. Yet private owners, as well
Mal SI t. and National Governments
am t their frt lands in a right
w ef re to maintain oulPtimber
W, t i d he For-
1ii ad discussion of Me drains
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JANUARY 24,


1908.


NO. 48.


TALLAHASSEE,


FLORIDA, FRIDAY,


nment; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


OBITlART.


8se1'M0 the sorea of lumber sup-
r haw eanderron remarkable changes,
% first change was P the regions
e -which the principal kinds of lum-
ber were procured, and this was fol-
lewed by the substitution of other
a wood in their places. Neither
isbates of the lumber industry nor
rcin ebses of wood are the
Mas them wre twenty-five years
Ta I, 0 nine States--Mich gan,
l vnla, Wbisconsin, New York,
t Ak s. Mississippi, Louisiana
d Wadn to-produced 62.8 per
or more than lf of the total lum-
I/ lxmiuetin of the United States. In
1thebe States produced 51.5 per
practically the same proportion,
aseages w hieh have taken place
othent t of individual States are
sytrikg. Michigan, for instance
ae llpWer ent. of the total in 1880 and
bt AI per cent in 1906; Lousiana cut
O dpa delt o w the total o MW88p d 7.5
reat 1W0I ; Washington furnished
0.9 per eat. of the lumber produc-
t 1M8 and 11.5 per cent of that of
The cutting out of the virgin
in the North -end East has been
by increased drains upon the
resourcess of the South and
Sthse conditions the amount
-tba required has increased year
STh increase in consumption
mber sle So has been more rap-
1 hMa tha increase of the population,
than any similar period in
lof the country. This shows
Wla strfi manner how much the na-
Spuend pon forest products, and
eate how r Uty all interests must
a as lum r becomes career and*
is is gathered by the Bureau of
t and the forest Service show
Stha qi sO of timber used last
a e shingle, ties, pulp-
*nW stock, mine tmbers.
t vener.pole., tanning,
sad resia, expressed in
reach a total of approxi-
thus & upon the fea
seassa eaf. a ty,
e eteof W" there is no
e the demand for posts,
'urpc ss regarding
M Oetto obtain in-
the products often
no market, but are conm
an -tfrm where they were
Careful estimates, however.
the total of wood used for fuel
at on equivalentof 50 billion board
seen then, that the present
asp oa of wood in all forms is
| 1 S billion board feet annually.
dBt the forest area of the Unft-
ed States at from I00 to 700 million
O and the annual growth at 60
feet per acre, the yearly increase
is 10 4to1 billion feet. At this
St LWta al growth barely e ls
ndall the drains, tha annual
imi n sof wood is probably three
ta sameanu-l growth. Detailed ea-
t standing timber range from
4 o u,000 illon feet. Using the
Sand considering the an-
1 = t ,of 40billion feet, at appears
that ais not more than a thirty-
tee years' supply of timber in this
ea-try at the present rate of con-


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In M~mas of L N. bavida Who
Dted at .1taca, Jasary 18.
Hon. R. H. M. Davidson who died at
his home in Quincy, Satury, January
18, was one of Florida's ablest, honored
sons-a native of Florida.
He was born in Gaisden county in
1832 and the foundation of his education
was laid in tl home schools. He then
attended law lectures at the University
of Virginia, completing his studies and
returning to Florida in 1863, immedi-
ately beginning the practice of law at
Quinec.
HeL became active in politics and was
elected to the lower house of the legis-
lature in 1866 and 1868, and to the sen-
ate in 1860. He resigned this later of-
fice to raise a company of infantry,
which was mustered in March, 1862.
Starting with a captaincy, he was rap-
idly promoted for galantry, first to ma-
jor, then to lieutenant-colonel.
After the war be resumed the prac-
tice of law at Quincy and was sent as a
delegate to the State constitutional
convention in 1866.
He was an elector on the Greeley tick-
et in 1872 and was sent to congress in
1876, serving for fourteen years with
notable ability.
In 1801, when Call was e. d sena-
tor Governor Flemming claimed there
had been no legal election and appoint-
ed Davidson, whom the United States
Senate did not recognize. He served
by appointment in 1898, one term as
chairman of the State railroad commis-
sion.
At the time of hia death he was com-
mander of the Confederate Veteran's
;amp at Quincy
The funeral took place Sunday from
the Presbyterian church, of which he
was an elder.
What Patlshment for marderT
Is the law cruel when it prescribes
death by the rope for murder ? I f so,
let us amend the law, change it or re-
peal it. Is imprisonmp t for life a pen-
alty too great for mur er with extenu-
ating circumstances ? Then let us pre-
scribe a smalleirenalty. Let us re-
move all penalties rather than make the
law a mockery or declare that it is to
be enforced on some, but not on all.
Just now, the enforcement of the law
gahnt homicide is a sandal and it
11 the State of Florida because it
.btemins e SeeBW are n beer
kw a ivrdct of guitly has been sm
eare, but others are merely given a
home at the expense of the State for a
few months and then released. ve-
the "hard labor" that goes with the
sentence of imprisonment is a mockery.
A man kills another in broad daylight.
its the presence of a dosen witnesses;
the State spends thousands to secure
the conviction, appeals and other delays
are interposed lest there be a mistake,
but aftr all the technicalities of the
law tve been exhausted there is a
sentence to a term of imprisonment.
Suddenly a pardon comes and the man
who has killed returns to the world
leaving behind him the petty thief, the
burglar and the man who has struck
only a blow in the heat of passion, to
suffer a longer term and harder pen-
alty.
We insist that here patience is no lon-
ger a virtue. Examples have been re-
poated till a consistent policy has devel-
oped and it is time that publicc opinion
in the State of Florida spoke a word
the board of pardons must hear When
the reason for pardon is based on no
faintest suspicion of innocence, buos
merely on a plea of ill health after a
nominal confinement, it is time to ask
if the law is tq be made ridiculous by
those sworn to enforce it. Timmi Un-
ion.
I la Nemry ofDr. Carter.
The St. John's branch of the Woman's
Auxiliary to thc Board of Missioruns, at
Tallahassee. Florida, wishes to place on
record its deep appreciation of the great
lss It has sustained in the death of its
beloved Rector, Rev. W. H. Carter,'
who died on "Hly Innocents," 1907.
He was our wie .ounsellor and true
friend, taking a kindly interest in all
matters pertaining to our work. He
will be greaUy missed by all organisa.
tUmrns with which hen came in contact,
bIt b none in a greater than
by thiWoman's Auxiliary of Jhe's.
In the Church, in Mission work, ia
Prison work, he was most active sad
iadft abe, faithfull to the end."
hwss do, eow him. But while


SThe women of the Sie John's branch
of tha Woman's Auxiliary will place
apae thir reord. the sove memorial
to ther bteltoved ector.
Mas. T. H. RADOSFo5 .
Mas. L. A. Passed,
Ms. R. R. GAumLa.
Committee.


GETTING W ss DAILY.


HON. J. F. C. GRIGGS
PFOK CONGRESS.

Amaenaced Axtherttvely by the
aPalagh e TImes*.
From his home paper, the Apalachi-
cola Times, of the 18th inst, comes the
following:
It is with infeigned pleasure that
The Times announces with his authority
the candidacy of our distl*uished fel-
low citizen, Hon. J. F. C. rigg, for
Congress. He is a man of ability and
large legislative experience a public
man known and appreciated throughout
the State. He is a liberal minded, pro-
gressive citizen, popular, and a all
times alive to the best material and po-
litical interest of his town, county,
State and the country at large. He is,
also, a Democrat of the old party school,
believing in its tenets and policies as
laid down in its written platforms a
anunciated by Jeffweron, Jackson, Til-
den and their llustroom Confrer, The
greatest good to the greatest number,
opposition to elas legislation, and the
giving of every eitism an equal show-
under the enp-Atution "in the pur-
suit of happiness."
Full understanding the future in
store for Florida, and especially the
Gulf Coast in view of the completion of
the Panama Canal, and the resultant
need of deep water atthe harbors of the
coast, w are sure that be will bend his
every energy, if elected to Congress, to
seu proper and suiieent government
appropriations to that end.
hat Apalachicola would be immeas-
urably benedtted by having one of her
trusted citizens in the National House
of Representativesgoeswithout saying.
Sitting as she does at the mouth of the
greatest systems of rivers east of the
isaissippi, and traversing the most
wealthy and fertile portions of three
great States, and with practically two
lines of railways, all coneentratin the
trade of vast sections to her very door.
every one realizes Apalachicola's im-
portance as a deep water harbor, and
her Interest in the Representative in
Congress. Therefore, we fully believe
thaLnot only our immediate city and
secttm would delight in the election of
our fellow-citisen, but tha three States
interested would likewise frwilitate him
= iUns introduction into this high
Apriachicola has long suffered the
lack of an immediate representative at
Washington. D. C. With Cooper
i dfis- Th&ftr the want in this reardw4


Naay Carfe o ** 31 Lao *nd
SemethIag Desefite Wt be Seas.
WASINGTON, January 21.-A secret
poll of the Democrats in Uonressmade
recently, revealed that of all the
cratic Senators, but three favor Bryan
for President, and of all the Represent-
atives only nine. When Mr. Bryan
comes to Washington January 25 he is
to be informed by men who have sup-
ported him always and who, some of
them are even now ostensibly advocat-
ing his nomination that he cannot win.
He is to be told that he is becoming
weaker every day and that it is hisduty
to withdraw and allow the members of
his party an opportunity to a"ree on
some man agreeable to all factions. A
Southern member of Congress wno has
taken a leading part in the recent de-
liberations of his party, said that many
conferences have been held recently,
and the men who are to talk with Bryan
when be arrives here Saturday have
been chosen.
Ever since the so-called harmony din.
ner, given to Bryan here in November,
it has been an open secret that he is a
waning candidate. His most ardent
admirers have been forced to admit it.
Mr. Bryan's friends will endeavor to
mane it very plain to him that revolt is
in the air and that the longer he re-
mains even a receptive candidate the
more remote will become theehanessof
his party to win next November.
There are a few Democrats of national
repute here who deelre that Bryan will
heed the warning, and at an early date
announce his 'withdrawal. When he
was here two months ago he discussed
with one of his friends the advisability
of retiring and supporting some man
who could unite all factions.
But meet of the friends of Bryan fear
he will persist in remaining in the race
because he pretends to believe Governor
Johnson is the candidate of special in-
terests. Several men who have talked
with Bryan recently declare that the
surest way to excite hnm Is to mention
the name of the Minnesotian. His rep-
resentatives here paw the air and mbein
to send telegrams whenever an editorial
appears showing that there are really
other available men in the party besides
the Nebraskan.
Sow Paagraphs.
Caled free 41. W. Johuson's last
Apalechicola Times:
As there is ceasMersble gam in okra,
General GOchrlst eught to make his
boom stick.
Ma, F .-,li uent sid&M dtr


,x*upts ma"wwo wm want in tni egau A% rranxiiin comty a Dnrs sU. F > *
would be fully supplied, and with the cane are not used for barge polesbut Hon. Dunan U. letcher ushes
influmee he could and would undoubt- they would come In handy in a pinch the following d n the last ilsue of
edly bring to bear from the represents- just the same. the Lake CltyV s 'r. r :
tives of other State also vitallmter- It the Hon. R. Hudson Burr experts Dear Sir- e in your paper o
ested in the building up of our city as a to do any firing at close range, he Jnry.10, l dito column, tI.
great commercial port, there would be should get bus and secure the sub- oM owing: a e m pt
something doing, to be sure stance ere the s d fa who press t bel f that the race b
Again, this in a Presidential year.e for ext summer's pri would be
and the two great rtien-Republican And the Hon. Park Trammell is to between Snator an Concvgrl-
and Democratic-wll again line up for try lances with General Ellis. If this man Lamar, and that Mr. Fletcher
the contest It is, therefore, necessary thing kee up much longer, the lion. would follow Mr. Trammell and with-
that we begin our organization, county. Park will W somewhere draw." a
State and national, if we hope to Congressman Lamar is reported as I respectfully ask that you state in
change the government and confirm it somewhat indisposed (Cngressman your next issue, that so far as I am
to the principles and purposes for lamar neo-ds a little of the Florida concerned it is before the Democracy of
which the Democratic party stands. West Gulf coast sunshine to put hima in the State of Florida to msay whom.. they
Who, then, could better serve us in this trim wish to represent them in the United
emergency than the loyal Democrat General Ellis is doing all in hs power States Seate. When I announced my
"whose name stands at the head of this to serve thb people of Florida faithfully cndidacy, I stat that I wold sb
article. His fellowcitizens named him as a close investigation will prove, and mit the matter before the Democratic
for this great ofNe some time since ; Floridians will make no mistake by Primary when it will be held. If I
now let them see to it that he is made keeping him in the Atteorly-eneral's live, myname will be on the official
the nominee for Congress from the 3d office. ballot' f that primary as a candidate
District of Florida. A long pull. a Editor A pleyard pays a high corn- fIr the Un I 8tate o"u't*. Thank
strong pull and a pull all together will ,pliment to Congreeman F'*rank Clark in vane for your ourty
(it) the work p ni ,tn ... wi ....... nihing thi .am,
do the work when he asserts that he is never found Rs?
MSTAG NOTICE t in h-hosdoubtful cotnmt. Thereis noth- R pee lyU FT(CHK
It now requires two ct-,its to mail and in h i a ronean maut Frand fights in--
have delivered all letters in the pity. the# -Ion. 'erseaai le .
Remember this and do not mail any Your Uncle Jules Salomon says that captainn R. E Rose. State Chemist,
letters at the Tallnhahi. e postoflit. things are coming his way. and that he. is n the cityfrom Tallahassee. C.apt.
.i. cent. te.. (, sn will l one of the Railroal (Commission- tome.is nne of the best known citizens
with one cent postage on n rof Florida There 'is this much of the State and his Jacksonville
"'- i about Jules Salomon: He is a hard friends invariably extend to him a warm
Card of Thans. worker and neversays die Instraight- welcome upon his periodical visits to
The Confederte Veterans wish to forward, honest, a; if elected he will the c!ty. Well known Floridians at
.....n h... ... ........,live'em the best in him shop. the Everett yesterday included Meassn
re-r thanIs to, Mr -- .... I-W.R.. .cKewn of Waldo, A W. Duke
for her kindly assistance In arranging I fTallaha s a W M .Ba
the music for their Lee Memorial Ser- Two-of aIKaid.o T'allahasee. Janm U. Br.ownof
vice, also to the ladies and gentlemen The Times-Union iperwmnalS of the former Chrirman of the State Railroad
who composed the choir 1.th contahe the following uf two Tal- Commission, and a prominent candidate
.. .ishasseeans who have many friends all for gubernatorial honors, is i. the ci
CoL DaSvien Deed. over the State : "Judge George P P ad is making the Aragon his hos-
Colonel R. H. M. Davidson, one of Raney, of Tallahasse. and quarter. Mr. Brwa ays thatth
the old school of Florida's loved citi- P. Raney, Jr, County Solicitor outlook for his eltion to the Gover-
- a y at 9 o'elock iast hstu day of i l oruidsnsIn Jacksonville and that he ideal receiving assuraess
-l- He. was an ho,- nored ". tm we ht ito support by1 throuasmtt e
Sveteran, havi ng served h and took tlra sinths. 8tate. He Is in the eity on sne
eesntry t,, oid sle aithfwany evd e ume. T_,maue and to incideatal keep an uegton
w" in e y post in lifp. e iwast Armae their hada rters. political affairs.- Tne-Uniaoafsa.
eWaWd to Si Ano elder of the Pres. l H- BPant iand Lap Robes. 1r N- ^e l to aota t a a
riAe sA b, he was laid to rest SunayW et stk too select fee at J. D. Cay a tf ar a
by Wie b th@d who loved him for the .s.y can B e. t M Ba z a CtBe
wit He Ho. M vdone hiWm Aryte T Mm es Mr. A. I. Ca.l-*mh now hrm your dealer


H. Pi e Amm.na, wh o le s of a t. f th
a lve after tir taking away Nd be J his l u-p and wbh h a
the sed that was s wam. It will awai t at tt a w1111" af waNctsa
1s th will always~oohf forDU r. the now n etomeaiq way. Guan
be pleasing to those who yet live tat lejs Mtr. en a t e onoNo* be- be-bly Cobb's D wgsutre. 6s
ke ew ad had an acquainte
Has. L f. V. Davison.Ie s AriseA n Memom. lf. W. U8. l has returned ree
0~Dwnt aske wab arrange mI a pleassant trip t a-dianwpolis whepehe
H. Parker Aekorman, who Is well t01 0 e winter unMW y have ealed west o6a4ttend a m4ees at the rat
kawmm as a 6 and orcestra U MIs MaUtls Wiastly .tho 1p. T1rnmal at the older at Knights go
St &IONGa the beard ing hums lea Pyms
d 3 MIeFsens **6S* "ha es w shes ae w ams
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THE EXPOSITION
WLL OPEN ON 25TH

Gevernar breware ad Ia Stas s
Sbhe There.
The program has been completed for
opening same, and interesting features
will mark the oeasion. Governor
Broward and his staff will be present
besides other distinguished citisme.
Henry M. Flagler, Florida's greateat
developer, will also be on hand, ad
this distinguished visitor will be given
a most cordial welcome. The expoi-
tion gates will be open promptly at
noon tomorrow, January th, a h
special program and ceremonies will be
,in at 2:30 o'clock. The program is as
follows :
"Exposition March," compmaed sad
dedicated for the occasion ad played
by Grunthal's Expositon Band.
Opening address by Mayor
introducing the Hon N. B.row ,
Governor of Florida.
Welcome to Henry M. Flaler it
Mayor Sebring and Prskiat 841e
Monk. .
Reception of a special wire
Theodore Roosevelt, President of t
United States, read with introtuct,
remarks by Mr. W. A. Boors.
Address. "Jacksonville and Its P
ture," by C. E. Garner, ex-Presaidt
Jacksonville Board of Trade.
Singing of national anthem hy cl-.
dren from Miss Jacobi's Art S ,bol,
undet the direction of lM. Tyler.
Address, "South Jacksonville's Fu-
ture," by Judge H. B. Philips, into-
duced by Mr. J. M. Barrs.
Address, "The Military," by Geneal
J. 8. Maxwell, introduced by Mayer
Sebring
Address, "Jacksonville's Prosperit
as Shown by Its Postoffiee Busmina
by D. T. Gerow, postmaster of Jak-
sonville, introduced by Mr. J. M.
Address, "The Exhibitor," by Jo
C. Christopher, introduced by Loia W.
Buckley.
Addres, "The Expoeition : Its Good
Work," byJohn 8. Prm t, tinvoeed
by Mayor eSrim.
Addresses byfsiint Hery M ,
E. J. Stokes, SWeretary Nawnthe
formal decsu the pel epe my
Louis W. Baek Gemerl Manager.
Ia the hae to Star.


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL STMNS. The Gts Comptanv have rol~c1 .i ev- i Th* True I)emocrat office was bright-
Seral pieces of the faulty mdchinery at ened anid chered a.ain yesterday by a
Stoe go house, have out orders for more, visit from one of the editor's dearest
Dr. Thomas N. Evans, Dentint, offie and now are furnishing coaeumers goxod and east lady friends, Mrs. Emma A.
a stairs, next to telegraph office. gas. Mr H F Peteri, oi New Jer- 1)yki who is again visitinK her hosts i
'Phone No. 267. 21 f t sev, an experienced gas man is employ- o Talluahaesee friends, and the guest of
Ring's Little Liver Pillswake'up lazy ed at the gas house superintending the Mrs. N. M. Bowen while in the city.
livers, clean the system arnd clear the manufacture, and superintendent wing She will be with us about two more
skin. Try them for billion ness and sick dole not expect any more trouble in weeks when she will return to her West-
headache. Price 25e Bold by Cobb'f keeping a good supply of good gas. err. home, where she now conducts and
Oru Store. *3 They are also expecting an experienced manages a large milinery establishment
Mr. D. F Gramling of Centreville gas fitter and plumber for their shops* of her own in which she In very success-
,neihborhood was among our pleasant ee the Gas Company and get a sup- fu.
i Tuesday and advanced his sub. ply of coal tar for your posts. 88 It will be necessary for you to go
seripton datetol Wl. Mrs. J. Pitehford and her little through a pamful. expensive operation
Bas A Co. make. laty ofLow daughter, Sue Jack. of Lexington fo s eif ou nse ManZan. Put up in
Quarter Shoes and SlIppml in high Ml s., have been recent guests of collapsible be with nozzle, ready to
saat reasonable price for the Col. Mrs C. H. Brown, in this eity, but left p ly to the sorne and infl nmation.
leg traie a48e r Me ndaay for a vist to Mrs. Pitebford's or any form of Pim,. i uar*
A at" rea bbrot- ,MR. latr. M. Pitchford anteed Sold by Cobb's D 8tor. *8
o riY ecvem. m M ti was eormpsaled by her sister, Miss Tobacco shade ilders will Aind coal
d0 da On- Dnouoo othe- muif Minatse Slter. tar fine for preserving the eds of
tde lerkah ino -the CANmtrof' 1 o" New and full line of Low Quarter poets Plenty of It at the Gas Corn.
who wemilt-- with pop on Wed. ta i raown, and Tae foi m, and pany'acheap. 48
nes.sy r. Denham was viliting he W0 jut placed on sale by Burns & Mrs Jamee L. P agle and two bea.
family In Montiello wheeom he was tak. .. .48 tiful young q bMidre, of Thomasville,
en Il EdUtor in general throughout the Ga arrived he Wednesday afternoon
TU Repubbliean etd their County countryr 'w, ie 1omin M a reon a visit to Mrs. Pringle s mother,
Conwetiono to te .to the aliveto the Import nce of manualtan. Mrs. Joseph D. Wilson.
ioal and tae ovention of ,1 pt& it in te Pirida Eipoe When you want a nice granite or
their small org.eatlo iJ this State ts-heretofore the d has marble monument, write the Thomas-.
jstmrdy. It wasM oPO5d mostly of eati at the xn of the hand Un villa Marble works, R A. Weldon. 36
r wf h in m m* y- to ated t a the *xpea o of w o m wo. U n -
te "ored brotlisilt. lce there are d the ch-anged aspect of cil oondi- I'OR RKT! Two-horse farm. under
very few white Republians in Leon th mi ake i keenly felt, epe- goodw ence, just west of my cottage.
county.. cially in agricultial@ sire, and men of Apply to .
Mrs. C. Frank Keen returned home thought are becomims a as ve t the 474t Ms. M. A. WALLACE.
Wednesday, after a pleasant visit at fast that thi is mainly e #e a .ato
Maeon, Ga. system of eduoation. Hence, their of- JUUIS SALMNON AFTU VOTS.
A very impota discovery that will MArts to awaken public sen iment to a
fin al le felt want everywhere Pard- eJtion of the need of a perfected The uel-t Twvelt, NAm F reoas
ne, and et wanted. Call at Hotel 4.2Im of manual training ins t public l a ... t ,
BreeN, -4 Monro St. 48.tf siahl. rfal rt t r~ila.
Dr. Walen, Prelident of Palmer Evebody lov our baby, rosy sweet Wit. h *u e this all tpet a rv-
Collee at Deimlnak. has been on a .am.".. ret '.rm t. .hra h. p latfre m aS t
visit t week to hi daughter, Miss wtth kit y plses on her nek and of or ashis references, th
Carolyn Walden. who is taken instruc disples a her arms. .1, Juliusn Slomon is in Quincy today
tisin Esndergarte, work at the Col- r. *a was t n and cross e to inM l to vote for him.
ti- In Kindprtnm work at the Col-M Isakon o bam a traveit
Se for o MotW a s now ahe* man in Flordfor a score of years
Dr. 8. B. Pruitt, Mrs. Pruitt, Hon. f,:1 thinks he is i a position to know what
W. M. Holloway and Hon. W. V. KnottoM by all drqists. the people ed. Along this lie he
areattending the Baptist State Convon. sa. d to Ties ms : "No sir; i do't
tPm. Professor J. C alhuno. w r." a d to aTy aim ma t m 2*ceN t raI 1t
Dr. Armst the ye Specialist.T*, ot l e oIe too tpa eof rida saT.
wil resume hi. profe &omal vi.it. to -lef Sa Say fori i es 'ways wilting to pay a Arst-elea prime
Tall.hai H. He h be aen at tiox. will rmaiforasI attend- for everything t get, but who theyy
ham Hotel e the Arat Meaday in Feb.- as meday w pay the ratisd lres clsea dE they
rary., the d, for one day. 43 want fArstl-am rv.eo-w theyaAN
Dr. N. U. Lon. w wWAuo I Two oatthreedoWrable not getti ow. The Commiessoh als
Da Nd. L n w b ho, "withhis wife br Comfortable ,e pl-w the power to ake the road a give s
Mnd euaeS s5e. h begustof at teastion, mediernvemv eMea. Ap- firstle asservie. and I propss that
s *has reared to his he f Nash- ply 144 sth Det al a *sst 4-t they shall If I am elected. --GaddaI
ile, io.. Dr. 1ad M. Hartt, of New York, Times.
T o aatip tat pa im l heee baek. that At yding a we. ek s- alA .
1n4f a nd m. i ae hr 'lh hein I vee ........ T
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Warr*u sod Josfersa.
Joseph Jefferson was playing boSh
Idan's comedy of "The Rivals" la
Boston on one occasion many years
ago. His version of the play had been
arranged la such a way as to give
Bob Acres considerably more promi-
nence perhaps than the author origl-
naily attended, occasioally at the ex-
penoe of the other characters. WW-
l1am Warren, the old comedian, eat
the play out and at Its comclustk was
asked. "How do you like Jefferest's
Bob Acre?'
"Capital, capital," replied Wanrr.
'ad Bberidan twenty miles away.'
cart's WWar.
Carlyle appears la a brief remlats-
oemce from the pen of Percy itus raM
thus: The thing with tle was to
sed out for a long chd wardea (a
clay pipe) and a serew of te-s,-.
which put him In great good hbmer.
He talked to his plate, as you amlht
gay. If anybody said anything from
which be dissented you would hear hi
murmuring. "Oh' the pair auld odal: a
regular pir auld tfool!" q 4
Mese sLiAh.
A casae was being tried on the charge
of selling Imlpure whiaky. The whisky
was offered li evidence. Jury rete
to try the evrklsce. Judge (presenU)
-What is the verdict? Por msa of
the Thirsty Jury-Your booor, we want
more evldece.-San Francitco New
Letter
A cOm fte rl".
Husband-I see plainly you want to
got up a quarrel. And In the street test
Walt at least till we are la. our owm
bous. Wife-Impossible. I shall have
eooled down before we e t whre-
Paris urnal.

MAmN@--What mnus Unto s ew
del to p15gM fort e at.Mw-. seH
thr e dW mb oft esm rt papa a

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BM w ls Vow 1Uastle.
Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. I th
Ave, San Francisco, reoemmo d a
remedy for stomach trouble. S
"Gratude for the wonderftuld2tSi
ectre Bitters n a case of anote
digtion, prompts L teetmonum I
am fully convinced that for
ed liver troubles Electrie t
the beet remedy on the market
Thu great tonic and alterative
Sffrte the system, p
foma nd is e peelally k ftoa tl
forms Of fenme weakness. at 1
druggists. 6


Chttlaea's tet.
For Mayor:
F. C. GILMORE.
For City CouncIl an Term:
J. D. CAY.
W. V. M IITOSH.
A. C. SPILLED,
F. B. WINTHRWOP.'
For City CornelL Uxlmipld ir:
S. D. CHITTNMN.
City Clerk:
A H. WILLIAMS.
City Tax Collector:
C. Z. FENN.
City Tax Amessor:
W. H. CRANCEY.
For City Demo de sxoniv 0cm
JULIUS BALL
C. A. CAY
J. A. EDONDSO -
G. H. GWYNN.

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TINMs. OFNAL CALL.
aWlikmpg We ax. -
on 1s*** City Democratic Primary Elec-
e er oamme. tm.im mes
ow, e ms e Sr pp!men tion Called to be Held Tues-
Isa kt sfoowed by day, January 28th, 1908.
gt "t e eJr .yexpeditiomr or
0 6me.o wduriftL A g mtead.
seappr i up the leag ham3 b pIeam eMsIC Vill uWMT-
i t. preasdiag w ptta od mpw T O fweai 'in t
n of Ogsmotm Ig jtftmgoonyour te h ha n
'r d 0 matle otrlas v againsatst t amm s tha
of anoonLmeA..,mW I he .
m 5 mal. 0W A. 's.s hel, a na.
mIm s agle drew, that of em*teS wm Srr t the.
hI Baf. tlltag from a great la r st
4i waft with a IaP" of relktf 31le Dune!
ns y as about to strthe and tb wwh-. th t a
to plessa, tos probably due to ra ow
mnesealar rlaxation and 5a e. ;-=- ao.-
of thea "d, arms and limbs 3,tedMao,10 l wh. sd ams
a65S*i 5r6settlstg down to wgei' 1 AS
h OetI stedles have shown that e tm. haj
edMsst taeebly eccure during t 3he a s 2i At3 MW
ottoryse eon dse o sleep. A esip, M m elether f.
ea of peafltoo of a sixteenth of eul td sed atkam mc h
lf ~m gh to osugust the lSea i oud an ptheeref
lo the t bal. It "doao the tW5 ad 0JSV eorMte
*ht. poyds out of its @warming Mr .. I shteA be ps.mitt-
8ge- ofa ImMage the precipices, si- ..Mta. arte vote at or
got p a e l SON of gtim giddy masthead and D n.. to yind m A
wer fanic eMeMta. It the impression wA sa "who declare
their a 0 the t rina- lM ol arsanCit
h I*t vivid qpomgh to wake you, you d m f th D terml Ptirty. n atw. State,
S bottom" with a delicious sea- gj- I*. o thtat
a t restful warmth and repose ai. .who havet
sb your tired body Is getting 5 A amr a t"teo
Te Ao et Oammon dream, which we mfam, a-, ,me &bWetby
&D b had vnores of times and which. Wsn233n5S ,.
'D~ebas qgolatly sai. he was sure Wsnson^wr donissed by the
-Quess Vfteri, with all her royal bet k and'k nu eametowl t hep-
warobes full of clothes. must haver udenOoe.A.s"IdM antheda
W had, that of suddenly adding your- nd damli""sidbeek ear wDome-
Oe to p1hUe half dressed, moas al- "te _L._m amt m uenuder the
1111 equally traablmt. ,,d" farhe ad said
The dra, sad we cao all recall itsa he demd to b he tre rs
,1rdolft vivdMaeass. is usually ano- ree Ja S ins Mdat a tseveto inai mM
This gives our drows n s*jai SOr uMr ve ssf ar city
ftaow OW do or displaced m for City
e r the Idea that we haven't ausk" for n "m ter ax
NUte~t clothes es. Our arms and 40811146410 Tax eo-le tc
belig ehmpletoly covered by = ed =e .rt4*e I Use teDmr e*
eoe" fttingla"ppr half of teb ta *t e- 6m
WOW% the tmpreasslo of uapro aehthe R y IS s C a a Oi d a
btegess comes most vivIdly from t th.w 3aeseU oW
aatema lover lIUmbs. Our wellmtt .,aels with 0t em
.*t..ed sdty Wam a frurt. MrAU. C In have
Rutehinson ID -r (hMMa to Is t hdo-
lai agine. mel ipNm the es U r whias he is a


PrastleaL
so t Marhs. Ilke other ta-
*0 0e recipleat of vi-
S-f treom an admirtag public.
low e of se weare of a perishate
pe m and some were rich and rams.
e" ady bere the character of abso-
a practleality. Durinf a concert
tour la tlwitranad there was1 Oe eoa-
ait eI which the prima deana was
y brilliant. a asang a varied
A- song from Handel. am
a air, some Georan sone-aad
A ealy through the greatness but the
Svsty atof hber seifts roosed the audl-
zj to a tremeadou pitch of enthe-
Maay perumns crowded up to
h M the eoneort was ever., ovr-
leber with the prFotuaMI of
Aft ,t wer they brought. After the
Sf 0 ewd had dispersed a bashful lookna
gill eso up, boldlng a parcel In her
STS T dodihted a a rmS y ai*b
\ ,r last eeeort." said she. "that to-
SI st16M like to e pres my fmt-'
'aes fren la y iouos, V nKrs.
w .erl fade. I therefore beg to other
y" a lteling and practleal a-smetal
whIeb will kea me i yoro memory."


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Noidwmftehrmd *boons-
= Mid ume sA"doteriabo~
idbept weemuwnbirteCt r
o fte the "" lmar a e
tUhat b the MY easIgo-a
a"h forprlmmuy .4etlemo
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1Wbgt pwnmtsdItsand dis. (emimm Dwort~leK ~iv JDB t*tVS"10 1=11
a"...de" ae hoe im -w
neiiy pbowpoplo ioadwe" a as&amhu
mmedlafe wi tb 0 DonelyWnd Vf VT t112ftIa
d MeM~floM;M I~s this Pea.. 0gvaa~ e.
Ali. Temiq yDomnelly. Go~vR. ptff.miaI.TedffCNM OEsa
NK B uford. the Droekcakwa IS-L G~hYUFJUe"o.wo nUMa ma o

W. alaPVMSt mmnpas oPSstrloo (. moww aedowr
Ms amwPf. 10..o aPorv kRyalKin--a" f" fa-a a
ArMW ip "r eargle r. Icnemv bo.d" ammtopmW'aI uI unde
p"L .ksbIty hawe penWROe rr henAOrderingAtteneMtion

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EM*T" JAM35F. TALIA VIRU.


HEROESS O' VERTULE"


Of blk rmk am"s th e aai t and
medIlava "berb o' vertvwt wa. rM.
This pleat. *t e erb ofaOe@e," proli-
ably gaed its reputada for break
fla Ume peihI of witeberaft. beteaue It
was so oftoo employed for sprinkling
holy water. "peaser inelae this
berb in te luaredlea aof a eharIm by
whibk the aged am end.ve'sd to
ehang te cUw rbt of Brtemarra
thouhgts whe ebe fell lI loe with the
lma.e of SIr Artal lsa o magic mi-
A hin b wit l t.m1 w anr.


A Treee sto wm by Captain J. S. I wI = *UW w I
vain, the holy herb, wbkli was muclh
r tmIl In aueiOt religious rites and sub-
Captain J. B. Johnson, editor of th seqummtly for decoratlng the' aita of
Pas.n Conaty Democrat, who recently churelas. Roman berald't ,0 ys
a ou to, J. N C. Stockton for crow their heas wItill, ..rlan
Gernor'nod W. J. Bryan for the en- when they eithesdeclared war or ,mu
sae in very finpressive editorials, was,
ens of Senator Talisferro's wAro esa tre. .
supporters in the campaign three years. IuMrntary waI vntlued for Its powers
Mao. Captain Johrmnon in the issue o of strengthe'lng a weak memory;
hbl paper of last Saturday pays the< fol. tH'twe It tv-e-ami the' symbol of retnem-
lowis deservedl tribute to Senatoe brucw.. IteM-a:ry was also uuld as
Taaferro ; a love i.ijarr. thfe reason tbwing "both
The people of Florida n u'iarly Ve.tnu, t.o- love, goldeam, and roe.
fortunate in po ne a Srnat or wr a lw, wre offaspring of
does thin s, who seeks result s rather .- ., u. .i
than appas. senator Taliaferro ha, the. M's nnd therefore as love wa
served with ever-increasing ability, fl beauty's sn romemary was love's near-
delity and efficiency. His puisty o( eat relative." Annu of Cleves wore
life and force of character, hil npe leg sprays of romwmary at her marriage
islaUve experience* and broad states- will Henry VIII.. s this flower was
amemhip no man dame gestln. Hi ULben ised by brides instead of orange
words sad his deeMds M become s, blossoms, and wedding g guests wore' it
1 -a1sbe-1 "part of tie history of ilor laste4ad of white favoems. Itosernarv
id. He Is neyer hakewarm or apthetic
is as o"dfm" na korth e was also riely associated witho uner.
- D duty. it I tol, the mouroners each carrying a spray
ut a f e in one of the do. to drop Into the grave at Use eonclo-
Sof the government for some sloa of the service.
mbrlO .oamtitment he undertake it Powdered rosemary applied to the
wih seeerful alacrity. In oomnmttoe tee was supposed to have magical ef-
he lveq igent,. practical and a' feetsfor restorian faded beauty. and
e4 b a its labors. Decided in his a bth of rosemary takes three times a
vihtioms, he ha. the couraf which a "s st ty.oum t- th n d... ..ia
they la.spire In mintalitt opi' day was ma to retore youth and vi-.
leas. As an evidence of the estimate I the language of awer rose-
pt psa his abiliUty by those amonf ay signs fidelity In love. hake-
hm a be erves h ae ben aigrsed speam referred to this when be made
to plaiea on the mat important com- the old nurse ask, "Do not rosemary
1te11M of the Senate. and Rme, began both with a letter
ALWAYS BEADY -that is, with the name letter -4'blca-


He as always equal to the duties he
saimes. In debate Senator Tallaferro
taks well. He never wanders away
frem his subject, nor falls below the
level of the occasions. In the declare
tion of his opinions he is bold and frank
sad maintains his Views with great'
seal. Neither the genius of rhetoric
nor the fascinations of oratory malke
him the able debater he is, but patient
and thorough investigation, tirelesa la-
bor gives him the ability to sift out the
kernel and blow away the chaff. Hef
utters thoughts, not words It seem t*'
him a duty to convince other. Hence-
all he has to say is argument. ever
decked nor adorned with the flowers of
rhet or figures of speech. There I1
no art or guile or stage effect In his
oratratory. If he has no reason for
the f that ia in him he does not
tra-L others with it. A clear, loieal
-WOs 'dAmae mind, and ardent tenm.
t ad a profound conviction of
I- of his position give him
g t power In the committee room and
lm the first rank of eftient
ad rel able Senators. The whole bog.
phi of leator Tallaferwro Ia witte
Ina tO word. delity, the mobeat
wd l the English languse.
It b tru of him In every trust of his
life. /
Z 8E1'011WOR ATTAINABL8.
H9 wrought with all his taco

eo ii ii to the uttrmost
uMi r pivete. Ow peMll.
dom wsurst l, m pa e in,
.mb e1 P


r r or srm as strik ebaras.
ithw iMeuh and by
PoserW bto sa a bd
Veaues amen oa knMw, ofaallmean.
In as u1eufe mas o01 al as
it is ple ad adtl. He eultivates
Mm g as at t-o zxpiof ho -m1na-ity
VW hl a aam 1h d Uem R
fol. $asterin ia emph-tte.
any a g0wl"W man. Wvs peme
of the met em it e b ad life
and hs friends may W leek forward
to athe sOe1gution f ward to whlie
his gemues merit l "midtled to aspire.
HI- rottlm and hid usefuheel are
musln higher sad higher. His eol.
ile liar wlli~g testitoa to he
dloservies, ervus whisk
title hs nami to a loving remem.
b em t oely by the eitionsof r or-
da. bt by the nat,. ...-

The e* aeM e tso TI e
is the e who alw wears a frown. as
crae OWd Sal, and is abort and
*har n his smwero. Niimeeasesout of
to IRsa t the peer fellow's fault. It's
his vr ad li that make him
---- I e. Are r oi
A-&t- tato tio? Thisea tart
at en taking Baltad's Huerbe for
yewu Ivr-ths afe, ea reliable
v.o s ugulator. S Mold Haneo

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No News.
LITTLE JACK HORNER.
eo aim l o **o ee "eorafr-ev, t. the
Days of Kies Hal.
IThi origin of the poetical Jilgle.
known an iurnery ballads is In soma*
few cases well known. Thus "the fine
lady with rings on her fingers anud
bells o her toon" refers to the pilgrim
age of the queen 'one)rt of one of the'
English kinga passing throigl HMist
bury, where a croim was set up to murk
her nigtlt'k ***ting place, and enlsliihg
at 4haruis ig'r..n.
The ballad of "I.WUJ Jaok Ilurner
Is based on the following fact In the'
time of Henry VIII., immediately after
his breach with the pope, commlmalou
mr were eoat throughout the entry
io selse the chborb lands.
One of the eOSmalaIomers enat latin
the weet of gland, that pertioo re
ferred to in Kinslley's "Wetwared
l"e" was JobsM eraW. Abet toe miles
from Bath ane ve from rr m.. hoth
In the county of sem et lies the Her.
ar estate, wife has remaeda o th*
pe-seles- of the Horaer family ever
amc te abere Jobs Kenr. wbe
desepeUiag the hafr of Its ladI frtw

Sbeaomset fy b ask ed rmto
g to L ta Jaiet *krar.

t...eA s d"a.. .. bVO o a O
the pka bard & BMoer eres. ti
mattr we meyam i ta m6 leasY
baet m of d lead ing bm ao
p a.-a L ed Ib Mew Teat T2M

StatoiMen ep le tues as ae mass.-
Seortpt: I- **o mm 11V0 hspea ase
eas an b ond app*eumil, a- sWon
a whom .ap an edu M e b
preesale thu.' ye stre sad eam
Tepim Ma who me em e we
wlt for a Wift la at bwrty to mark
awr by bewtaiog his asardblst.
The rwtbWer feomane" aeqs d p"e
view to maitrlamey ae st state.
Perhaps thin peWIar cm iB. la s
W igl of tbe eprmuslom *'mewlag e
adksesrcle."'-Nimaeteemb Oearwy


Well Amewuer.
"Do you eso neb diteree betwoes
Ammorke and Iitabasaom as hnd-
some spotled ew gaaman ton
said to have asebd a espatMt Ame-
ikas girl awly arrived la Lo am
duty.
"O r yem.6" was her auet mG .
vr thor the mmt omIlre m; bare
we are n est l to admire y."
1tay iy rh a*oalaed milar al-
MOt Obll ain his dat at the a = -eet
atm-lof K


Few hintomiwe*b00 Isto the
of or I -oa. maim
-yes u0'e In bd


Pw woo m wmm mem'sne
sm doto ma


Etver Dayuas a BaraDay W1Mh Ut> w

Since the hard times we bha marked evey ting
to suit the occasion. We do not &di to sell goods be-
low COST, it is not n, as we ave uch splendid
values in GRANITE WARE, CHINA of ,
GlASS WARE that is equal in looks to UT I A '
and all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to (
mention.
Our 10, 15 and 25c counter cannot be beat for VAL- '
UES. On these counters we have assembled the wares
of AMERICA and EUROPE. All goods marked in plain
figures. Don't fail to visit our store if you wish to save
y money. .


GILMORE (b DAVIS CO., Inc.

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A ,, next time you are both-
ered by an annoying leak or a
break or derangement of any
part of your plumbing fixtures
or pipeng, don't waste time
and trouble by trying to fix it
yourself, but send for me just
as yot would for the doctor in
a case of illness.
I can restore sick plumbing
to health and am ready to come
pr,)mptly whenever you 'phone
or .send for me.
I have been careful to em-
ploy only the best Workmen
and am in position to render
you the most efficient service
at the fairest prices.
Don't imagine that I can
only serve you with repairs,
for I am always ready to fig-
ure with you on installing fix-
tures of any kind whenever
you think of replacing or alter-
ing. PHONE 80.
R. J. PHILLIPS.


myMyW mill(NOe. 0 WMutitc7=th
poeremhm.Slq ie andSimle
carts wo~rth of timber 4heated
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Are arriving in daily bought at the
right prices and will be sold at a
very small profit. .


Dressers from $5.00 up.

SBed s from $3.00 .

Chairs fru ts.


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


TALLAHASSEE fURNITURE STORE.


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


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Prescrlptlon&


We are compounding more and more each week. Many
people have found that here they can always get Just
what the prescription calls for, just at the time we m.-
iwe, and that the price is reasonable. All drggists use
pure drugs, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
6tes quality. Even the very cheapest drugP may be the /
pured of their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.



R. W. eobb, Drug eo.#
East side of Monroe St.
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We a prwperation
under thi s nme of
Holmes Laxative Cold
Cure, that we believe to
be one of the best reme-
dies for Colds and La-
Grippe now on the mar-
ket. A tral will con-
vince you.


Remember we guarantee Satis-
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we eMl.



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kaggs-anale.
_Mr. D Pl. Bagp, traveling saleman
& i aJae u brug Company, and
Bbise Quaile, one of Tallahassee's
popular and charming young la-
Srea(tly surprised their friends last
by quietly getting married. A
ceremony performed by the Rev
ie H;att, of the Episcopal church,
hed at home n thepresencee of a
frieoda. Mr. and Mr. Bagg left
s morning for a round o visit

lelee at the CathetUc h rch.
gminga n next Suay, Jan. 26,
a a. a.. the RIv. P. J. B r m. a
Oi-know areomawry will deliver a
of leetures and sermas at the
lntoU~e Chure for the benefit of every
dI a of Ta 1e leetures
rlho e oMAmy o thebelief and
PatUsSeba = Cathealca and the
a will treat on the t truths
d* grioL Besides the Sunday mom-
Sserviesa, there will be services also
S afternoon at 8 o'clock, Sunda
t, ad every night during the week
W! :i until the following Sunday, Feb-
mary 2nd,
gaem-h I'sas Cegh Rmeoy a Safe
Metieiae er Childrea.
[a buying a cough medicine for chil-
&en, never be afraid to buy Chamber-
S lWa Cough remedy. There is no dan-
from it, and relief is always sure to
w. It is intended especially for
!e.hs, colds, croup and whooping
eugh, and there is no better medicine
isthe world for these diseases. It is
as only a certain cure for croup, hut,
m- A given as soon as the croupy cough
tMosa, will prevent the attack.
Whooping cough is not dangerous when
tis remedy is given as directed. It
eastains no opium or olner harmful,
bgs, and they may be f lven as conf
dwa% to a batbys to .a adult. For
alsk. Tallahassee Drug Co
r.seats' Cream for the Face.
Dr. J. J. Grants now offers to the
mess of Tallahasee a beautiful face
Cram which will poitiely remove all
sarka and ruptimns from the face,
MWring them mas fate both soft and
ai-i. aiso will remove all Pimples
M. IBetd from the aMe whac has
t aa ole md womM. of the
S Plmant day, Y.eadge to go out in com-
f thei 0r therefore
t beetod M .tiwlouger. And
erwln^rM b-e ow to remwo
iemhetf adasttve. 6.don't take
1 Ifort b Pt give the fteo a
0I I sU e la"t oam a uso

w t harmefl desta to

4" -d a "*
at and a aar. Prepared

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*N *nsM t ..itp.
S e. Je aO B. Brown mint be
\ iB | sug- the raef governor
t a e toM a ms f from

m*atlaad. Al who know
ost s t ae J bt
F~t oihis sessi rom

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-,-mmse.em u Laml ..
Jla. t.-Mr. & P. a mt Watealt0
Ga., was traveling aro ad to
busae in tibe neighborbood am d y
A week. He is cea ted with the
naval steam iaat that p6.&
WMr. eFe. A*Fl. where
e nme company ha a turpentine
L paid uas a vsit at Dogwood last
wek. He was on busina aseo.
Mr. T. P. Strckland went to Metcalf
to sell cotton last Wednesday. He went
to Tallahassee yeatarday.
I |Mr. J. C. Ceurtey.ofr Beachton, Ga,
R. F. D. No. 2, is having a larre lot of
boards riven out, with which to re-cov-
er his houaes.
Henry Henderson, good old "be oe-
de war" negro died last week near
here
Mr S. M. Beach is having a new
house erected for a renter on his land
near Mr. John Courtney'sin Grady Co.,
Ga. Mr. Powell, who last year occu-
pied the G. W. Brown house, will live
in the new house just mentioned Mr
John Courtney is now building the
house.
Mr. Willie Williams of Lake Jaikson,
visited in the vicinity of Sunny Hill on
yesterday.
Mr. Tommie Harin.v of Meridian,
also was perusing around in the same
vicinity last Sunday We suspect that
there is a powerful magnet located near
Sunny Hil.
Mr. E. J. Di.key, of Grady county,
went to Tallahasee on last Tuesday.
He says that the slough and Cromartie
branch ran into his buggy, and that the
road in some places, ia cut up into
paraul rt about a foot apart, and in-
to a number of bogholes. We learn that
Mr. Tommie Harvin in carrying a load
of syrup to Tallahassee. last week,
bogged down in crossing the lamonia
slough, on the Meridian road. and be-
fore be could extricate his wagon,
from the mod, was compelled to roll
his barrel of syrup out of the wagon,
through the mud to dry land, and after
pulling the wagon out, re-load his
syrup.
Mr. Albert McElvy went our the riv-
er to his place in Gadedea Bunty last
Friday.
Mr. G. M. Livingston, of New York,
has arrived and is living In Mrs. W. F.
Robertson'a house in this place. He ex-
pecta to stay until the close of the hunt-
ingseason.
Rev H.J. Graves, our pastor, hau
announced that he will preach to the
people of Bethpage Church at 3 p. m.,
on Saturday before each first unday
in the month.
Some farmers have begun to break
up land for a new crop.
Mr. Sliade Dickey, a brother to Mrs.
T. P Strickland, is visiting at Mrs.
Strickland's country home at present.
It is said the Ocklocknee river, bacl.-
ed water and ran into the larnonia
lake, a few days ago.
Dr. F. E. Strickland has gone regu-
larly into the business of healing the
sick, and everybody is glad, because
we have no doctor in the neighborhood
He will in the near future, have a new
house for himself built near to that of
his father.
The Bain, or rather Slater place, at
old Sunny Hill, owned by Mrs. Bamin,
has been sold by her to a naval stores
company, we think, and the timber on
it will be turpentined this year. After
the turpentine still, then comes the
steam saw mill, then good bye trees.
It makes me feel sad.
Feer Sae.
Eight head of Good Draft Mules. Ap-
ply to W. D. Stoutamire, at Bloxhom,
or C. L. Allen, at Bob Levy'a, near
Tallehaee. "44-2t.
Subscribe for the True Democrat.


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For sale by all druggist.

Heavy and Particular Haulinq a
Specialty

0. H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD, and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plow, ScraperM, 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. O0. Box 285 Tallahas-
see. Fla.

J. H HORTON
104 MASONIC BUILDING.
Timnig, 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-
rons. ........

Plumbing a Specialty.


Jeff. D. Perrell,
WEIL WHRIa6TandLG( SMIFH.l

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

A prti e @of the mobile
patoaaM Is t oL fted
maGd sater tlOea Smor&.&
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The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
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FRANK W. DU VAL, Manager.


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Jacksonville, Florida.
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THE TR.E DEMOCRAT msLmTiucm --. Jm w 3 aTU t M L
JhOI e6. COgau e.Sw. Seldom has there been a dM. The Peneseola Journal d
.. .... history of the State wo he ews-Reeord the honor of place
VUBLUMZsD RVTY tIDAT MOUNINO. as many dimaetisfed men, ora line with the ablett papers in ti
4 as there are this year over -O line up on the question of a nominee
Sat SeeBediew(w Masteer MNsweb IlM.t a in the gubernatorial race. Democratic party for the presi
S* Pat ofe *a TaNsese. PnlerM und er Tocome right to the point, none of Incidentally the Journal als
Ae ofr < smdM ink m 8 .M the candidates in the fi'd at the pres- the News-Record in line with th
nt time seem to develo) enough arers of the South. notably the


QM" In Tekwb~ S Biling. Cwam.,Adam


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erts arth to be called wiggers and there


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seems to be a arrest mass of people News-Courior, the Sa iannah News and
mwth aste0 Per T1ar. AdvAa.e scattered over the State who are not other leaders of the Democracy.
Adwm ws.as- mS ss AMppes tm. entirely satisfied with any oif the candi- That the Journal in mistaken when it
_- ---- .. dates. .ay0 that the News-Record may be nd flCy MUM
no TrDmo. e sIto tiM&oe 4-1 4100w When the racewasbetween Jenning, heard from in opposition to Mr. Bryan, t ml. dium
*a Lomw cseSy. Burr and Giklehrit there was a senti detracts not one whit from the implied
ment prevalbg that no other entries compliments, which this paper appreci.
,V-,t. Frt Jea 24, M19. would be made Almost any man you ates. *
would meet was satisfied to vote for The News-Record ia not opposed to Sb C s wi
one of the three, but since Jenningsa're- the nomination of Mr. Bryan. So does r u a
--- tirement, Burr's silence, and Stockton It is not opposed to any man of great w.
BW.itirad w ,i,.*mwen r aren ,. anrd ld a Browne's entries thin feeling of dis. ability and integrity who stands forM Tofuai m KOG
j- &p7, Wi, ,.t',,or .rnta, N,,'s satisfaction, has been spreading in al- democratic principles and who by his b been mae iBe l WVJI i D Clt -
W"%Weboog.r. ..p ...ap d in it. mot every section of the State, until position ia in a Ixoition to command the a
JUgp i P8AR S1 TO W. J. J*TAN. today it begins to look an though some votes of the people in sufficient num.- a ala a e yw
dispatch from Albany. N. Y., Jan ew man miht yet enter and bear off bers to make his chances of election To pro W a a sta i
vary 22. givme out the following (Chief Democratic principles will live forev- ibin
Jodre Alton B. Parker of the Court of Frm er, but faithful drocrats are wearied
Splaint from the Tavares lferal "A A .
Appeals, who wan the Democratic can- of the continual proce-tion to defeat.
dit.e in 14 for |rpidest of tie" Ini- n clear eyedl, Straitht-bramned man with
1dodte in UM4U for Prerident of the Uni- It seems to the Ne'-w- Record that the
no 'ntanhling alliances, and with no ,.
ted States, was in Albany yesterday in 1 tn inrea hi own r any d wi~l,'m of the demrnicratic party should A
attendance upon the court. His atten- df,4rerl ti rtune y hi own r n *y of lhise. exercised to ..lo-et the beat man, Wi Ar .
tkio was called to an extract from the f fortune" by cowhoeve.r he may lt that stands the
hnher-nmg in his olitical position, aridh
*peech of W. J Bryn a tforethe Dem-, ne that will t I ag ive tonw al t chance o(f wing elected to a pos i-
oeratic members of the Kentr.ky legis-e an uiial martin where he- can enforce democratic *
ture yesterday, In which Mr. ,ryan!e n d ds d ,rtw principlts in the ., a.lininistration be Very ure you Roya.
wan quoted n iMn nithat .n 1'04 he is th anard the people Sentiment is all vry wellin it right Royal the ly a Powder made froyw Rom GrM
took his medicine in arker." "'ark- ,oeror t place. but sentimnt never carried a r o Tar It a to the digt w
or was the man above all other I dlid governor. national election, never relieved .he
ot watThis demy i taken ui un l ,ern i eI.pl'of a burden of taxation; never
"What a pity, '" aI Judge I'arker. county bV the h allahae a' True' Iac,' controlledd corporations; never restricted
"that Mr. Bryn failed toe ually t which "Tht a privileges; never accomplished anything
frank in 1903. Had he done no the sit- just such a man as you refer to may e#, fofr th, benefit or welfare of the com-
ation of the party would be vastly bet- put in nomination in spite of hi f, mn people tional convention to do is to declare for Child Bros., are now finishing op 'the
tr than it There were ut few withn a ft w ation for oh e it remembered The great heart of the democracy the old democratic principle of tariff neat and comfortable addition to the
Democrats in that year who thought ithat nom t goes out to and always will beat in svm- for revenue only, and to drop "isms" State Chemists office on h capi
se to have a third term canola. hl the great l tampe un pathy with the matchless Bryan who, and pre(tnt to the people a clean cut, Do you know of a business or offe
But eve-ry man of senae knew that un- his brow the thing clinched, and thn for twelve years, has been thesole lead- decisive declaration of modern demo- man who has a large quality of wrlti
less a man cou found who would e a er of the party. Not a man now living cratic doctrine. ing to do, who has once usdand is able
office viven to him. Just let's wait a' to operate a typewnter, now bending
Isweeive Mr. Bryan's support, his varm little; iee see what will happen.' of the countless hosts who supported It that be opposition to Mr. Bryan, to operahi a typ tr, now bepushing
personal following would seek re eng e The ,Intiment next finds an advocate him in 1806 and 1900 has or will abate make the most of it.-Miami Record. pen imtead of writing his letters a
for the defeatsmofen poand 19M. In Matison county, and the New Enter- one jot of loyalty to that great states- Mrs. James Harlan and Miss Tommie typewriter ? I offer a reward for s
No statesmen, politicians, and inter- man, orator and democrat. are aain vinistin Mr. R. W. Cobb. inform Why I kow
ea citizens sought diligently to find prseendorses it as follows: "rhat It isto be noticed that Mr. Bryan Put out a few shade trees before.this sucha afbe tswit rs
some one that he would support To the kind ol of a man we've been look himself, with true patriotism, is not in- u excellent planting season hasas rAnot lewnth of time htyp alewrib tor
.h ,terhtoewo portTofor and we-would liketoieehimtrotted away Nt inga ad me to t h ti i" t
ame at least he said he would bolt ex- ,o n oIsilsting that he again be made the can- sway. Nothing adds mere best to one. C. D. Rebersom. 48It
Pr ent Cleveland. Governor Hill out." he best expression along didat of the party.town and hone han pretty trees, srub- of
ehastebt xpret aaly, bory and lawes .... M Gu I
enaster German and Judge Gray, but The. ole duty of the democrats and tar on hand and it n ie to wiser.
that it woukl le har t ,to oppoe l'arke.r this line come, from Bradlford county, 'of the party, as the News-Record sees Hon. Park M. Trammell, of Polk, hasti Umber particularly good for pests t
as Parker had supported him wher th. StAike tl a ay it, is to substimate loyalty to democratic announced his candidacy for the office go 0in th earth. See the Gas aa i
"**ls attitude indeed the impression "Sppose we get outside the old far- principles for loyalty to an indvid- of Attorney-General, now held by Hon. Mr. A. E. Tl continues to dd -
piepg many that my nomination would tional lifes to elect a SoseAuor. It
matng many that my nomination woul tional Uses toelet a owrow br. It ual man, however great that man may W. H. Ellis. As the race is between provements at nsew very stables. .
be w acceptable to Mr. Bryan as any to that a man who wou be two gentlemen of the highest sense of
mept his own. That impression led to prefetrable to one who is so warped by The question of a nominee should be honor, it is needless to say that it, will Monthly Financial Statemia "
pressure upon me from many quarters factional itterness that in the settle- determined by the fitness of the candi- be free from petty personalities ade- o uf
to baaige my plans for life. And it ment of every public question he first date and his chances of success. void of the usual mud-slinging.-Palat. of County Board of Public IstrucUo .
esmtributmted In no small measure tot the consliws the interests of his "eroWd We may preach principles forever, ka Times-Herald. --""
movement which led to the control of Surely we have men who have shown but without power to enforce them our s.. STA or rPlsmam. Coowry or Laseo.
the convention on ocaeion that they are broad enough efforts,. outside of their educational Even the Tallahassee True Democrat T l psk .. DM.De. 1 "M. "
subsequent events showed that Mr. to consider men'sand measures 6n their value, are vain and futile wants the peerless tloxnam for Gov- To H" M. aT. ib a esOM ka C rr f
Bry had not been entirely open with merits rrespective of factional lines." There is, or should be, no question of ernor again, notwithstanding the gen- "
thMse who bad consulted him. For There are other papers bi the State the man, but whether the democratic tieman says he wants no more office mel S e
whme to his surprise deleirate bean to that have given space to just such ex- party can achieve success and control However, all he has to do is to say "NI ratno ess itsmr les staSe 4e
be emteed favorable to my nomination presslons. The Ume is short now for the policy of the government. That is will accept," and it will be tendered to N mor oour. ru .s
-when ludead the tide had grown too new men to enter, but it is by no means the sole and only question that now him by a grateful and admirmng con- 1. & to.is m > ase 11 ite le ,
tosW to he breassted--he started out certainta that the Nets will be closed as ought to be seriously discussed. stituency.-Jackhsnville Metropolis. t ,'i "
es htisamous tourot demanelation. The they stand at present. It is up to the If Mr. Bryan is the man who can County Com have been called s. was,. outsti gJhiLe
dragg'. teeth wMoh he the sowed, candMate in the *Gko for this position lead the party to victory, he has all the meet in some counties ane.....................S.
yieed an abudant harvest Aye, al to line up this dissatisfied v6te; at other qualities maemar to make a moati for county ofies are par4ne. i- e. W .ar.m.. ...t5a .. --& p..
that he could wish least they ad better get busy and get gast president, as his abilities have o r tmn oesr amp r. l n g ... a ..... VIMa
ot it would have been very much the voters ianesrted in them. To say rad. him a great statesman da tio t he nwspat soaon live lnow, an I L *& S mM
betsr for the party had he akidin 1908 the let th campaign for Governor is But the question must be faced now be on in almost every county. So
befest sentinpt had crystalid sa he rggg.- ews. by the thinking democrat is, in the no public announcement have be
mays mow ; *Parker i the man above all A quotation: "**ome men go about ight of the past uoder all the condi made for county oe. in Len, but it OM L DAV
ether that I do not want.' looking for tptation to yield to. tiona that now prevail, en Kr. Bryan generally predicted our county o
Adrn Iow A quotati construe itb to suit your e elected cers intend to stand for re-election.
.-construe t suit your There in no necessity of ioing over ce-in-nd --.is.-- ..-.to --e-- ton NO'rie' Y. v.1A
The True Democratwas assured this taste : "Right you are Aunew). the again the history o the brilliant, but Lastweek Mrs Birde Algergve a s,4l v-
mning that Hon. D H. May@ had de- fountain plays because the WATKa fateful and disastrous campaigns of nice ev4ung rt in honor of her u4est a1 smi t l111M
eded to enter the Congressilonal race, Wons0" m 1 of the mbr am Mise Willie War The splendid Italian8 ** ** aI
to the Third Congrelonl District. A W H Meditor and n f band, which was in the city, furnished t e
I theThird Conreosl itrict. A W. H. Maypolelsis now editor and paign of 1904. That isa ll a closed music and delicious refreshme wers ..u rpu" ....
leamg distance 'phone message brings see of the Santa Rosa Star, and has book and affords e s no reason to believe ar and the occasion ejoyed by all All ,.St h.a st c la"
the information, and his announcement associated with him in the management that this country is ready to reverse present. mSw them a ti he
is to apper in this week's issue of sthe s oeAte editor J. T. Maypoles. The the verdicts then iven or Shirts, Pajamas, Underwear, c. .
MeaUello News. True Democrat extends best wishes. The republican party s hopeleass Hos i and Hndkerchiefs go to Burns Attt--. T.m '
The Democrat cnmitt of DeSoto Talhaee generally join the True divkd and there la, from that fact, a "o.T----- ri a,,S .
eeaty want J. H. Humphrels to again Denocrt ina expressing the depeMt aym. hence for democratic oueM. Hon. W. H. Seabring, the Honorable Nete to 4 "
rem Lfa tor from the Twenty-sw- pathy to the family in the taking away What the Dnecrats needs to do, be- and active Mayor of husthng Jackaie- Non I
ntl District.- Tampa Tribune. And a of Mr. John Deham. who died Sudden. fore primaries sa.deosventionsare held. *ill. has IeUed a prdlamatics opene-. ciei i
mie faithful, and better man could not v, of apoplexy, at Montirello yeter- is to burly sad homNetly mettle the ing the Mid-Winter' Exposition to mor-
h eSad Is that county for the sema ---_-_--- qution of avals lity and to do his row, 8astrday afternsa, oMderiw llg
tesbhp is the opint of the Christettia 'e sevety-miath season of the beet to hIMMe his emulM.s relected he it1 s chasedi St p. .. apid g. erte1
moral element of those ber who Most Wershipfl Grand Lome of Prtn- the bseo of the M ctinal comvenUio. iai sl hla sin seio c lea. their phsu'
hw nd admire Mr. Humphries. dea. e and Aweepted Mae, have It ht ober dliese is Mr. ryan, a of binemlms, a that al my te ,
Tep l e ofUsM t eeinW O melaw at Jm evHll durit the wel and reed. pert in thi epinh emrlm i s ---
to MdeMnMdwhat a w*waoenwo- the week. rgely a tteudd trm all If li Jeha JhJ an, o m imh d hek tl M l make t. ..mb.
ptp undestand what peawt d awake r ew ta n i Wedm IM, Mimeest of whm it has been said: the idansesies d rves t si s o d

city they have in the Dally Demernt. o e t bg a Hlpris lve a pabie career are t
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p1e-ed ic -I eeA". dM m*.e It by. tht Mb b me be this ww wa Hoe typfe the mew ma ef the paty pw Pon* d o so vim
tlq wam deprived f it Uv h te I esI bm b .a.w be erd. *... i ba fts tSo
wa @A b. I *e site. .s.atlied ha te M a. Oeao wMe. e, "d .a P w.dmdoe. s th the Newe'IA Wn
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l-Ie. A Miss Barton has held many pbytions bsed on the ground that the a governor
Sthee ofnationaltrust and imports.ce and did not have the lei right to make
oSf E o he* w ooo sever Mdal ofhbomer, both the appointmenL The protest probab-
tMM MM ofmn .h a abroad From mch a wo- i Wl hbe laid before the Senate Mon-
s^ n t pa eo therefore.,' the j dgi, et of a mis-- day, and if this is done It will be refer-
S eh to. m ta woman must come with peculiar red to the committee on pri vileges and
^ l 0 biity for and em. ., and it is ourpleas- elections,-Jacksonville etropolis.
to be the of an over- forc -ad -m .and it Is our pleas-t"atr .
th peop_ at ....nle, and ore to mote here, from a recent arti- --... ..
e .ta hi further cle in the New York American. MIa Sad Stemach Tremble Cure.
-- t, e i wil nonly ad tto his Barton's opinion of the character and Having been sick for the past two
Igust sare of the respect, con- work of Mrs. Eddy, as given in an i ear with a bad stomach trouble, a
d i lar~aties of thecitizens of terview with a representative ofhe I friend gave me a dose of Chambtrlain'u
,Eli Tribne, 10th above named pp er. Stomach and Liver Tablets. They d(id
Ti Trb ."She ,aid that she looked upon Mrs. me so much good that I bought a bottle
Ifa egugheee *ets into your system Mary Baker Eddy as the one person, of them and have used twelve bottles in A
et every muscle ad fibre of the regardless of sex. who has done the all. Today I am well of a bad stomach'
sand makes you ache all ver. It greatest good for her fellow creature s, trouble Mrs. John Lowe, Cooper,
d-Sly affects the intestines and and that Christion Science itself i the Maine. These tablets are for sale b
am- you constipated, so in dr to most remarkable,'as well as the most Tallahass-- )ruG Co .
ge,,of a cold thoroughly and with- potent factor in religious life. Her ad-
5 I nyoE should nqt e anythif ration for Mrs. Eddy is beyond all Struck by Lightilag.
&thatw tend teonstipate. Kennedy limitation, and she is intimately ac- Mrs. Nancy Cleary, of Brewers, N.
Live Cough Syrup acts upon the uainted with the life history of the (.. suffered as if struck by lightning.
b/p iand thereby drvea the cold out founder of the Christian Science Church. She says : was almost par;lvyzed
Stlnsstem. It contains no opiates- and she outlined her story from the be- from my waist down, and my t ck hurt
Its pleasant to take and is hi hly rec- ginning andcommented upon the mag- me constantly. from female troubles.
leiBded for children. Sol by all nigcent single-handed struggle and sac- I had headache, seemed always tired,
Srice made by Mrs Eddy in her effort: and felt as if I was dying. 1 took Wine -
--- to give Christian Science to the world., of ('ardui, which cured me, and
SStat laaces. "While I have not studied deeply now I feel like a new person Cardui
Tere was a balance in the general enough the great religion founded by relieves periodical pain, and makes
revm e fund of Florida of $47,618.68, Mr' Eddy to consider myself a Chris- ; ick women well. $I (1 at drug stores.
em Leember 31, 1907, according to the tian Scientist," said Miss Barton, "*I 47-It
imlsd statement of State Treasurer can say that I look upon Christian Sci- .. .
FB Thelargest item on the balance ence, as I understand it, as the most Governor Johnson, of Minnesota,
was the pnsiom tax fund, $267,- ideally beautiful yet the most practical shows himself to be a worthy su-eessor
e next la t the State board and comforting of beliets. It is doing of Mr. Cleveland as a Democratic leader
M mathfond, 91,26.67. The balance more in the world today, and will con- when he puts forward tariff reform an *
sbows the total income of the tinue to do more, as people become cog- a vital issue, and one thst should be t
e tr the year from all sources to utsant of the beauty of its teachings, made most prominent in the president-
havabem $544,803.84. The interest on than any other one influence for good. ial campaign. Macon Telegraph.
the blle debt paid in 1907, was $18,- Mrs. kddy should have the respect, ad-
1,- but as the public debt consists miration and love of the whole Nation, Burns & Co do not sell their stock at
wbey of S per oent. refunding bonds for she's its greatest woman. Herteach- cost, or below cost, and have no desire )
%s th s toC 601,567, all of which idgs spread love and good will among to mislead the public by advertising to
w Il d ial fundsof the men, and a Christian Scientist cannot do so. They do sell the best grade of
1 the "- t the state pays on it be a Christian Scientist unless he has goods at the low.*st pr-icia consistent
lMn tI l t thelcati of its eliminated greed and elfishness from with fair profit for themselves which
bIpeuth. Mh-e the report his matur. they believe is sat.ifactory to their
Sthe tate in a ourishing condi: Love permeates all the teacbhls of patrons. 46
this great woman-so great, I believe, ---- -- --
that at ths perspective we cI asarce-
#1 10e w tb hnoMotacbe occasion; ly realize how great-and, lookir into
i I I" to the side and her life, we ee nothing but self-eacri-
dog. feel i'a ti o nu en e and sesesness. iow beauti.
and without r f she managed her own unfortunate
S I a .out of oder. trial Without an c, always with
I 315U^AdW kindneas and charity that is almost be. -

oek aan.oldtyalrug- =I1 with k6W. And say, no one fa
*11(B m wi wth her life and can *
W- .eJadmvllle UlWinter Inter- help but ee the mme"oa ois y i g
__IF mSS winl open u tu and beauty of what she hasvanv to the
wand ara:bitors Kim Bartows' idea eo& erni the ,
bowt and m ,nd i Inpoaitancof maintaining a right mental
Sia ttie toward the eey day affairsof
'1 B will B be ra f life, have been fos tered, if not formed,
-i ofWif vton. until about eroad of the Christn Science
s mor.e Ie T work have Text-book of science and Health. She
'!l_ to theam. .Justas says"- 'Most trouble are exagerateud
the exposon an prou of by the mental attitude, if not entirely
ftadt t cai has heenunde for eauased by them I have in mind their
r muipalt aid, eo are matter of age. The mind is so
id that it break the eotru eed that we have becomefirmly
5 ur elei by its state of convinced that after a certain length of
Sa opening day. time we eomse to be useful. Such
4t 9 siwa Short-Talks. a grave error I I have noticed It par-
ilarly among old soldiers. They n S..,,, -.-- ,m **I.. Aw
tte e 0 W-e.n. oeam to thak it quite marvelous that
It va a tthat Mrs. th y e even alveleta e having Jan lo, 908
OJVAlofMo ntain, tihe ndo of anything for their Jan. 1908
ft. Ion 'lla: I suffer felloweaures. It is bt their fault, Dear Frirnd:
a p tala and became but the fault of the attitude of the *
0w 11to die when worldto4ihe old in ear. Birth- We use to have the
gget mei e of ardui. day celebration art one is ten are
S pe m relief,and with without aay vae, and what ismore. I worst kind of bread at
hs I am up g my work. I verily believe they are harmfuL Let our house. It wouldn't
--enough in prise of Cardul." your life be counted by the mile-stonesrise The oook aid
A I ready for women's ills of achievement and not by the time- .
At 1 le $a100. i47-lt ece of years. Today I feel as young We didn't have in our
la my own mind a I dl d a half century house the right kind
: AltdPWer see"e. a=/aad that is because I have noL us the right kind
Iast 111,* JL. l3rd. the Al Snyder fldedmy hands and given up work, of floUP, 80 Mama
Vffntrmw ai ,P` to. Iwasnotaa useful asI wain other changed her mind and
r 11I a dise" years. i lwlcence gives
of "4 = B 61ya r i ig. This is a ivesone the for a lo0g time now we
UIS enI huied the dif- mental attitude to live one's life in s-
"t atte profasmkiI man cordance with that idea. I believe have been making our
Ai m tmbest show that we In tful acknowledgmentof this bread out of *ChaM-
ll e wi piireseei t "Weafth for the good *f making, Mrs. Edd n pion" or Sylp
i ." si'd th damiara a sood th Ja fou.Ih tter ofth 0 e It 0osts $1*00
I Ie ,m a dre troop of tim See ee Setel, ays : "In thAe
New York Amnerlesn, January *, IUB, per a saoke
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H*. 0a-s geefc alM T&*U4 Ssatesr C Adata. 6
choldn isas. According to the Washington Poet
TMe is so womain theworkl ted'y former Senator Wilkern Call, of Flor-
more widely k.wn or l a deeply ve- ida. is a*out the Capitol con ferring
"rated thm Miss Clara Bart. the with members of the committee on prvi-
famoa p haki ovhist.L MiM Barton's lWees and elections regarding the pro-
--i- i-. rk a -- ,the~~h ick -a&A test he says he will soon lay before the
--wesdd le. .e bee -e nd all praise Senate against the retention by William i
SMW hs provp herself to be a living J. Bryan of his seat in the Senate un-
expMenmt of the I of love aO der the appointment by the governorof
charity to m m tho. g-advanced the state, to till the vacancy caused by
m ar iateresmt inW publ af. the death of the late Senator Stephen
t"n-bn I|Wlv seh -as boaw upon the R. Mallory. Mr. Bryan is the young-
atigatso of suffering and the estab t member of the body and only took
-u ,of "'pee on earth," in natat- the oath Thursday. i
ed, sE ,her strong mental activity Just what reasons are alleged in Mr.
shaws no sign -of weakening, desp..ite Call's memorial it is difcult to say, as
the ,uggle of a stren os public Mr. Call was somewhat Ireticent about
Uh the matter, but it is understood to beA


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MEMORIAL SERVICE R. L. l f.

FROG&".
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A lambly.alU Sadsy. January 19.
&ib 11G Ms p.m ..
The Memorial service. to General
Robert I. Lee, held in th.- A-embic I
Hall lit Sunday afternoon, i. excec l-
at il intertming. A large attendance
of confederate Vet'ranm wax present,
some of them having come- from other
towns to participate in the observancee
of their hero's birthday annivernasy.
Mr W. W. Traumrnelli made an excel-
lent address, arid a lhrg,- hoir led in
singing of the follow iriK farrliar hymns
and patriotic ,nrgm, ari whi < la the audi-
ace joined.
At the clMie, in behalf of the" Veter-
ans, Hon Hhirely ('. 1i.t1 of Monticel
lo, in a few appropriate' wiorlD, returned
thanks to Mr. Tranmell foir hiM courte-
sy in responding to their r, iluest for ur,
address, ai d exprefiedi their appreci -
tion of the tribute paid their 1,eloved
cause and its leader
ONWARD Cl HkSTIAN .-O.IDIERS.
Onward, Christian soldirn..
Marching am to war,
With the cross of Jesus,
Going on before I
Christ the Royal Master
Leads against the ftoe
Forward into battle.
See, His banners go
CHOA''H
Onward, Christian Msoldier.,
Marching as to war,
With the cross of Jesus
Going on before !
At the sign of triumph
8atan's host doth fee .
O(h then, Christian soldiers.
On to victory !
Hell's foundations quiver
At the shout of praise
Brother, lift your voice.,
l[Ad your anthems raise '
CHOSUs-Onward, etc.
Like a mighty army
Moves tuie Church of (;ol .
Brothers, we are treading
Where the saints have troid
We are not divided,
All one Body we,
Onhe in hope and doctrine.
| One in charity
'. CHORU Onward, etc. "'
Crowna and thrones may perish,
Kindoms rise and wane, I
Rut the Church of Jesum
(Contsnt will remain
GateM of hell can never
'Gainat that Church prevail
We have Chriat's own promised
And that cannot faith
(' Onward, then. ye people '
Join our happy trongi
Blend with our. your voire.-
In the triumph vsong' L
SGlory, lBud and honor, j'
Unto Christ the King. .
This through countless agv""
Men aid angels sink
frlORIIls.
Onward, Christian soldier,
Marching as to war,
With the ressi of Jeisu
Going on before !
rIser by Rev. Ira S. Patteraon 'r
rOR ALL THY SAINTS.
St who from their la
Who %M faith before the world
Thy name, O Jeawus, be forever blessed,
Allelutla, Alleluia Amen.
Thou west their Rock, their Portress,
sa thuir mifft:
Thou. Ld, their Captain in the well-.
'lThoum, i1 the rkneaedrear, the one tnirue
Eight
'Alleluia.
o may Thy soldiers, faithful, ,true. and
bold,.
Fight ea the saints who nobly fought of
old,
And win, with them, the victor'.crown
of gold j -
SAlleluia. ,.
0'blest communion, fellowship dlivine!
We feebly struggle. they in glory shine;
Yet all are one In Thee. for all are
thine
Alleluia


jnd when the strife in fierce, the ware-
fare leng.
Xteals on the ear the distant triumph.
song.
And hearts are brave again, and arms
are tron. Alleluia.
The folded evening brightens in the
west;
.too, soon to faithful warrior comet
eat;
4weet Isthe calm of Paradise the blest.
Allkla.
Hut I I there brelmk a yet more g- <
rim AW;
Te aM e trumphMltn rle .Int bright
Theif 0of wAL A= oa His way

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to Md ReOy GWe,
tmr mJ. W. T E e.
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HOW FIRM A FOUNDATION IwH T1U AiNTI= .
H ow rm a foundation, ye Uit8m the ie --
[ chambera 's C00 bmeft none-
Is, laid for your faith in 3b excellent ats a City C4a. laia as
Word! I tagetes, J Jaas.
What more can le say than to ye,, he- Mr. W. O'Keilly Forarty, who is a
hath said ? member of the City Couneil at King.
Ye who untU Jeiu, for rI fue live ston, Jamaica, West Indies, writes as
tled follows: "One bottleof Chamberlain's
Fear not. I arn with the,',. 0 1- not d, co uh tehamdy had godsfs e cst a
1, m thy God, and will -tillve I think should have been more quickly
Sam y od, and wll iv the relieved if I had continued the remedy.
I'll strengthen thee, hell, the', and That it was beneficial and quick in re-
cause the tou stand, lievang me there is no doubt and it is my
Ifblintention tA) obtain another bottle.
pheld by My stu, ,rnr t.t For ale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
When through th. '1"'. wat,.r I uail Monthly financial Statement
thee to go.
IThe rivers of woe .. r,,,t th-. over.r "f ( county iard of Public Instruction.
flow,.
For I will lie' with the.,. ti., trouble to TAT or I ., O X-. CouXJr oI Lao1 .
i ... Tlahal aum. Mla.. Nov. 1. g117.
A rd A ,,l ttilfy o lthe'" thy ,i' -po-, -t I T,, l,.n. Henr T eikhf-. ( Irk Circuit Court:
S Sir In e. rii,, w.r, ofih awtimn 3. chapter r U .
lAwo. f i'torrsa .' beitby ftil with You the fol.
\ 'r. 'lro ', r" I ;. ti~ J A ii hw.ay |'..wn iorInL.l M >I,,a l tI& ateiment of alll school
i || .if. rne,?iSy rer 'i.*,. *|n>riomtirtt n made and war-
rnaA nmwui fvi r h." r r1t h ending the llst day of
M y (, r.' r ;111 'tl l,'I II, ; ilt..l,e lily Au.r A 1 .)il, fA I.
: I),!', I lA I .< ATII T F COUNTY FUND
I',' "Han' airot rttOee. I)iilyde-;- coin1y rn
1 ,,-,,' hai rot urt h .l, I nly de- ; lanceI. I, Iva,),ry per last
ttatemrevrt 8l19.2A. 21
Thv f' r,-'A t ', r.hee'fl ti ..
"rllh ",Warrant anrdnir this
TrhI .,ouil hI.at to, .J1u4J' hath tled for re .- to.0zf.&
l el., 4 Warrant. ,,'ile'nl pA r,
I will not, I will not de.l ert to IHi fo ., ", 743r.. r n th 74
'That soul, though all shall endeavor toi, ,,h,,,r .. ,,.,.I h..rein... I.6e.tM
shuke, I 'a.h 11i haanils f tr.,urer ths
I'll never, no, never, no, nevor forma.ke( *'t 7.MsE. 6 a
Prayer by -
NEARER, MY GOD, TO HTI I sU) 1DAVis.hairma.
Nearer, mr Good, to Thee,. .. ^^.^^
h Nearer to 'hee, lel and Prmta.


n -II tw ug it be a cross .
That raiseth me ;
Still all my song shall be,
Nearer, my Uod, to Thee,
Nearer to Thee.
Though like a wanderer,
Weary and lone,
Darknees comes over me,
My rest a stone ;
Yet in my dreams I'd be
Nearer, my God, to Thee,
Nearer to Thee.
There let my way appear
Steps unto heaven ;
All that Thou sendest me
In mercy given ;
Angels to beckon me
Nearer, my God, to Thee.,
Nearer to Thee.
Then with my waking thought.
Bright with Thy pratae
Out of my stony griefs
Altars I'll raine;
So by my woes to be
Nearer, my God, to Thee,.,
Nearer to Thee
Or if on joyful wing.
(leaving the sky,
Sun, moon arid tars forgot,
IllUpward I fly,
Still all my w)ng shall bI
Nearer, my (,,l, to Thee,
Nearer to 'hee
TENTING ON THE OLD CAMI'
(;ROUND
We're tenting tonight on the ol I amrnp
ground,
G0,e us a song to cheat
Our weary hearts, a song of home,.
And friends we love so dear
CIIORUfl
Many are the hearts that are weary tIo-
W2I4 for the war to cease,
Man ag the hearts that are looking
To mthe dwn of peace
Testing toibt, Tenting tonight.
Teat ett old Camipground.
We've beoI tUting tonight on the old
Camp grond.
Thiakag of days ne by.
Of the loed ones a home that gave ua
the hand,
And the tear that said "Good Bye !"

We ar tried of war on the old Camp
May are dead and gone.
Of the brave and trme who've left their
home,
Others been wounded loig
('HomRI
We've been fighting bxlay on the old
('amp ground,
Many are lying near,
Some are dead, and some are dying,
Many are in tears.
r HOIN
Many are ton hearts that tre weary to-
night.
Wi4Lbng for the war torease,.
Many ae the hearts that are looking
for th right.
To ae the dawn of peace.
Dying t t, Dylag tonight,
D 11 eodCam ground
Dying tonight, Dyintono*ght.
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now carried on in the up-stairs part of
the Constantine building, nearly oppo-
site the express office. Alap sample
lines of fine tailoring "made-to-measure
garments for men" on display.
4-tf W. H. FREKLAND.
*Rst Preef Os.
aJ bushels of Rust Proof Seed Oats
for sale at Yaeger-Bethel Hardware
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Mr. Lewis Whitfield who has been
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lahassee friends and relatives, has re-
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a man, capad meo-" wtdkets for
a fe"w rm, theiby maa h- auie
or the ewlm pris far te seasao.
M The bttitI prfta, hewevaer was still
ia opm qumstioa, d dutsg the later-
Er, yal betwv the helag the "pro" was
lg beaey asme d I telpng to roll the
r pitch. A spectator, obenrvig this, re-
d martemd to ee of the hemb playr:
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to Mr. dwad M ,U of Live
eT rum wa paorasa by
Qr / B FTOof the Mirt swptat
Sis l at the tooka
MWes mother oly e t0tamnily
Teride was r've
her heather, Mr. A. 0.
'her sister, Miss Maanieg.
an M 9of hebaa. A weddlag
hIDtM d!to Taols-
d teafor LiveUOak.
e4 ebust ighee
Isthe diugt0er-tthelata
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sr. iN Is a MOW asof
Air Lmae Ry., g Its
ew at IAve Oak.
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1# far Alacha count has only six-
atf.or foer Ifa IfI they are
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ome what aic for the papers
h LAYS o Demotrat.

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ima Gos Madr po. Where
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'er sarcasm. "Tom's not greedy, but
he lkes a lot. l e's got t bowling
praise. he gets paid for his services an'
I can see he means to collar t' bat-
tin' prise. I expect he'll be pinchlu'
t' blooming' pavilion next"-Loodon Kx-
press.
Walters Tipping Walters.
"Did you ever see one set of waiters
serve a meal to another set?" asked the
gray beaded man. "I did. I happened
to be eating In the rear end of a res-
taurant the other day whes there came
a shift of men. A dosen of them sat
down at nearby tables, and the others
waited on them. When they had fin-
ished eating every last waiter Upped
the fellow who had served him. I
thought at the time It was a hint for
as three or four old duffers who hap-
peosed to be munching away three to
follow amls but I learned later that It
Is c*atomLry among waiters, Or
course each gets his money back In
tine, because they all tip one another.
t the practice shows how saerdly
watr as a clans efard the lasttwo
tion of tipplng."-New Tork Sua.


A Model.
A witty proteetonal man was ebat-
ting with some women about a friend
of theirs who was notoriously bhenpeck-
ed. Ils better half makes him walk a
chalked line, and woe be unto him it
be dertates from It.
"He Is a model husband!" exclaimed
one womau In the party.
"Nay. not model, but modeledd" In-
terrupted the profetilonnl man. "but
whether In clay or putty deponut say-
eth not"
Bees Laxative Cough Syrup for
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the poison and phlegm from the system.
It is a simple remedy that gives imme-
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Drug Store. *3
Hon. Fmnk Clark xpreaed in no
undertain word the indignation the
peple of Florida feel with the maMer
in which Attrney-Geeral Bomapaste
haI has aed the alleged pemn
ca in thic State, and with that -t
which Mrs. Quackeabas has "worked
up" the aU d evdlaemin tmhe case,
sot ely a S but througahot the
SAth. His denmaend for a fag and fair
icv~catu will probably et go uan-
ite o Northern preju.
sert Talks.
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THE PREY OF DREAMS

hfrons Often Obsessed by Hal-
lucinations and NIghtmares.

QUEER DREAMLAND DRAMAS.

Vieles In leeop That Have Droven
Their Vietime to Madness -Odd
Caee Culled Frem the Notebook *f a
Speele*let In Mental Diseases.
"Dreaue, dreams,. lirams'" lXwgal


' *Mu to wAuiuS g to sU E O
wmI a seream and weasd l
Infant out of its mie.17, f1 t
in misery at all.'
"I smiled and accoOpaled th
to ils. hnome It wasl et an xl
nary thiiKn for so insa e woman
and this I remarked to the hi
who at once replied:
i" 'it she is nane as .ii, or I.
"And I smiled aein. Thini ho
Insanity ain one's family I with
ways. The man was. however,
rigbt; his wife was v imply anti
tim of ligStaiare The pre ioui
Ing abe had visited the local t
and, being a wry much impresel
the melodr at she hadil sn th
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oe specialist In mental disaa.ss gluom n5' adaffe ner slep.
y. "-Dreams bare sent mue maay a "her dreamed that r t '
misBiely patient .Lg cruelly tortured and that ah
ineaih per It etreemlng. Waknlg bp.
"I was early Impressed with the eming. Wa p,
torirek, she rushed to am lit
tasogieis presented by dreams to in- where the sleeping Infant lay, a
gmity. but some years ago I remem- her husband not caught her I
hbr this Imprssion was strengthened nightmare would have been re
y an Incident which I can never for- ble for another tragedy.
@ft. A young man v'onsulted me about "And I have a most vivid recol
trailing mental aliumnt. I dealt with too, of a still more extraordini
his case It tohe ordinary way, and I stance. which came before mi
was pleased to notice e be quickly Inm northern cIty many years ago.
proved. forAm weeks after I had told ieant of polle'o while going his
him he was quite recovered, however. heard a female voice exclaim: '
he returned, looking an awful wreck. children! save my children' I
and. fighting hard to keep the tears needed at once to the boose whe
heck, be begged nie to help bim. lcriesl came and eventually fou
had become a victim of nightmare. Wroom iind gained an entrance to
"'Heoe you are.' he whispered nary- "Where Is it? the woman
oasly, preslag a sheet of paper into 'Where is It ?'
my band 'Here you are., ome of "'Where is what?' asked th
the thing I see.' esoant
S"Sketched on the 0ll, ware skeletons, "The-n, with an agonfed '01
uraae -jbs, a gallows arid a eofflo. threw her arms Into the air at
"'And you really see tbeoe things down unconscious. 'It' was her
I inquired careleassly. and she had thrown it tbroel
"' *e them r be reply led. 'ee them ? window.
Why, I feel tbemt Feel them! Veel "The woman, who ordinarily,
the ropel Smell the coffnr quite eane, had been dreaming
4 "Aad the poor fellow clutched it bhi the house was on Ore. 8o vivl
throat Is real aony. the vision that when she awol
"I did my best for him, but ihe be- thought she could amell the b
eame worse. The last time be alled wood and bear the crackling
upon seo be whispered In my ea, that lames. Hastily raisinlag the be
he had bee duping me; that hb was window, abe selsed her youngest
the man wanted for the B. wmrder. sad, ella# out to the imaginary
Just ms I feared, nblhtmare bad sbat. boeou to catch It, she threw It dc
tefd his reason, the at' ',at
nle weat away, and I nevel saw "No. th4 least remarkable e
im aigals. The murder of B Wia etans In this case was the s
e*platt4 but it was not my former statement made by the police
patient's name I read toI the account magistrate during the subsequ<
of 4be esecution. I have every reasse vetlgatlo. lie I aid be coM
for bi-living that be ended hie nalgt- that It would be a moat dagero
eare i sauielde. trine to lay down that because
"Surb are the luatanese that stnd tthe so was dreaming while comic
*ingtal philt)tl i. I A."':. of d.*t .-. "1. on'r."er he or *hie wMn not re
One of iay esrllet pattients was a hibe for theb at.
young son w ho lalore unier tbhe de "At I e imUlWeelnei Irlul. hit
,luste, the rseult of a repeated dream, the Judge viewed the matter
that e had suddenly come Into a large mertflly, If the prisoner, hb
fertueas really did this with the Idea I
*I a not surprised, doctor,' be was the best means of Insurim
said. I am not surprised. I sa des safety of ber child. the Jury wo
ted to All important posettlon, and jOeuted Is concluding she wi
vary turally the Provdence which guilty. And the Jury very prope
sain that I server the state has clined to convlct.
eme to my aid with the means I shall "A frequent delusion. partial
lad asseewary.' among women and girl,. is tha
*'"Th to my astmonlahmnt. he in are possessed by devils or wltch<
terud me that In order to give the Invariably the delusion .onv
proper touch or dignity to his ezahed dreamltag."-Baltiurr, Sun..
ate o haid ordered a oumiber of meo
ur ea" and horses and carriages and .. l 5 ..
as olatialug for the purchase of a
"ut i sderca. which ia letting firm The readers of this paper v
of h? s Wfurnisher was te fit out In oeu Inusde 1 t (hat ieisS
lmvis style. been able to ure in all its asta
"** l ut do thee thinp. you know.' that is Catarrh. Hairs Catarr i
he ad '1 mustt' the only positive curo now known
"HUling uttered these words. I recall. medis a Catarr] be
be dithed to other suljectsa and con .onnstuttl- l ,a requires a
versed as rationally as any on,. tutionaltreatment Hall sCatarr
"It Was a case In which I took a spa is taken Internally, etin dire
S -the blood and mucous surfaces
ltteret. The yong man had aystem, thereby destri th f
good faee. II* was a faV)rlte. I found. tn of the disease, and iving
with his employers, and ~ lien hle t tent strength by building up thi
pressed regret at having to leave thein tution and assisting nature in do
eeftsqueut upon blh Imeaglary good work. The proprietors have so
fortune his look of sorrow was ~lsw faith in its curative powers the
thing to rememlwr. I told his em* ,. offer One Hundred Dollars for ar
n eso and discovered that the regard that It feils to cure Send for
testimonials.
w tntal. They claed their eye to Address F. J. CHENEY & C(
his strange fancies. laepted hi notice ledo. Ohio.
Ia gloomy sillene, afterward compil- Sokl by all drunrista. 75e. Aug
mentinag him on his good luck. pre- -- --
diMted for him a grvat future. and-I L TalIe "MThe Sas
was doing my teat. -
"In the end, I am glad to say. I was
n-erAssful. I found that the young A dramatic cat eompria h m
ma bad actually given out sthe ords the bes t alet to head in 1 lal
eammerated to me. but thkee I easty.^J Will h3 I uI^eS I
eountermanded. The dreaming and the '_"F"biiny, wh iefi
delulem ended whom I Induced my pa- g" --e ga a-S ,
tent go nto reside I another distrtetl. mm*. ub, very
-Bi ewr referred to his vbalear saig ai-e mtW h
frfta agals. It passed away _re.m 3 a m tire tpram
blr IIb t-m I phatem that Mr wasea Dma (ergot to assu -gd
we- ye to speak of it mew he wMld


to mti to the pores he sl ees **.S --.---,.-- .-

-l had sesy Ii ashedes with teint Dr. KW
eatss, etmagly eeagh, whesn weather

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ep Geemerev t u Smer.
the Llneolo, Nob. Jan. 15.-Nearly !,00
waa3't potical friend sand personal mirrs
of William Jenning Bryan tonight at-
e man tended a dollar Democratic dinner at
traordl- the auditorium Half as many more or-
to do, cupWd seats a spectator. the affair
Swas intended as an endorsement of
,band. Brys'a 'scadidacy for the presidential
nomination. The speeches were a-
grreively 1Democratic, but good wor
'rrr of were naid for President Roosevelt and
as as- kindly expresions were made for rid-
partly leader in the Repblicean prty.
icr Tic.- Tb opeches, with we exept]= of
Seven- that ofGovernor Broward of VWida,
theater, wne ong, with Mr Bryan last on the
d with P r. Bryan's remarks were extempo-
bere. It raiosD He felt that with so many
dilsnti od men of the party from
was be- abroad to itertain the banquet he
* could ho ld be allowed to enjoy the occasion
Sas a lntr. The presene of a num-
wthb a e of ding Populists. folOWing the
tie cot action 4 their state central committee
nd had today s, i declaring for Bryan as their
n time pr eMta choice. was looked upon as
ponrl. an evidence that the breach between
the Democrats and their allies had been
election, hailed.
ary In. Governor B reward caught the fancy
*, in of the crowd when he referred to the
S o statement which he said had appeared
A er-. in New York papers that the south had
rouds become conservative and was waverIn1
Ohb. my in its support of a radical leader. He
Is pro- said he beheved that the south was con-
nce the aervative, but when that word was
id the used as a cover for greed and exploita-
It tion it was a miunomer. Governor
cried.' Broward said that priorto1896S e same
plutocratic influence dominated both
prties, but in that year the line of
ie ser title was drawn, Mr. Bryan. he said,
was a platform within himael.
nd fell Sprne nd summer opening of Burns
d fell &Co. fr Tailor Made Suitsby a rep-
ba*hy resenttive of The Globe Tailoring Co.
gh the of Chnekmnati, Monday and Tueaday
January 13th and 14th. Five hundred
y was samples from which to make selections.
g that Orders ad measures taken and suits
ld was guarsateed to 1t 46
ke she Or. Mile. Anu-MjIn ruli AL **,-
urMing stop the paln. but do It quickly
of the
'droom
t child.
crowd
own to


trange
court
oat In-
idered
us doc-
a per-
mitting
ip'nsl.
weveTr.
wore BBHOLDI
* said.
phat it T ASSORTM Ta aMi eeMd t PRICE
Sthe Sinle Wagon Steel or Skein Axle
mid he --- -g-- ---------- $00
S Light Two Horme, either axle. X.00 to
S ot .. ... ... ...... 40.00
rly de Reg. Two Hoe .. 50.00
TimNber Wa ........ $8.00 to 5000
cularly BUOIof
t tbhy a R LAR.
16. ad Quality a d Prices Unite.
w of Guaranty Attsbed and no Coplaints.
Custom from Amsterdam,'Ga., to
Florida oegsaid numbered hun-
droda. And thy are still ce4lng as
before one is out of sight asthir is
t Ieamt FINALLY-If we fail to pllume we
nce b Ran m,=,a*dther Deale. in4bh city.
s, and mRapoetfnlly,
Cureis TULLY & VAEGER CO.

eaut- InI the Cireult Court, Second Judicial
hCure Circuit, Len County, Plorida. --
t tapen In Chancery.
of the
ounda- Vm l w. ** (Ciil.nbU
he pa .-T-- J. aaS S IlfeMdMteft.
coti- IT HAVING B3le MADE T) APPAR BY
infg ita ftfdavTltre One nsn r ease W. Ho-
mush l ea tw lied hw imab ih. 83. A.D.
It they o s at ate oIIMe se on a to-wit,
iy case aw.idsteithesr*te Tsnt- ttothit
list of ,*d*****t. m tawse Ten 11meo Eidhlt I.
toastatue PtB eam: the U tos M peasgm
0 To- .pltwh wlt f l ..t.
J. an uad th g Defeneait hM
T etmes J M e and it's htvveqk e
's Re- Need. t ttdrdi d l> .fey. A. D. tm:
id that this a &eIrSI *i ease a week hr
feer .MMwutht meWs f i Weekly Tva
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Bargains in Silks and Dress Goods.


V m You Write, but Never Say. Thisto Worth Remebersag Camp TMbs.
Tbere are words you never an. Int Whenever you have a cough or could, The muskrat may be broiled over the
e .n write., ays the London Chroul- JLst remember that Foley's Honey and hot embers, with sliced bacon so ar-
And the contrast between French ar will cure it Do not riskyour ranged that the drippings run over the
struck this writ when health by taking any but the enuine.msqu a
stu ti, It is in a yellow package. Sol by al Ias It cooks, or It may be
asnt2 a Pre ch "laboring man n&., a l made aInto a stew with vegetables and
Smwade. a speech In literary Preach. -.--...- --' pork, and oi this case the longer It
fr the public speaker In France has The Revival Services. simmers over the fire tbe better will
as dUlculttes In the matter of word. Rev. C. C. Cecil the Traveling Evan- be the results. Only seasoned campers
aM though be evince his asothern gelat of the Florida Methodit Confer- ever have &a opportunity to fteat on
la ghlt differences of prona- nc., who has bee conducting a series the dellos nose of a moose or akne
Te language of the platform ofre iousservices in the ts of marowone of der
=A th pres Is-one.-bu.ttnot..a"-dinM t Church, pr.eachd hisMAsermo O d d withn pU corn-
I the prg-aamid mab qu -,-.am there on Wedheda evening. Mr. Ce.-m landC00111 withalnigh... d rid
S* a Od. -ne oould make ql ea l from e o Gresville, tl cand oebed, all nlght. or dried
IM Ut of words that are comma where he will conduct a meeting. mals a poeded to fragments and
lhL a tIJ print, bet fairly beat the The services he were wel attended, okd with rif h bear's fat. musk tar-
m wh tbae he Ito song to say and it i thought that much real good Ut soup, pofuespi steaks, with hell.
am s a platfoem. For exampte. was daoome by the awakening of tie benders as a ede dish. And, although
M e a emmos word 1 print. aid- of -the people to a r"" "t thooanads ofe krats afe killed awl
W be who leoek to fnuest speCb elder ofka splultl w things.
NO Wbenew at It.In tIn act. asoone A hrecave exMilan eery year tI Maryland and
f tbA, .t .t. n fact oi a o dsi to t ith the M;o Dlaw spro-ablybut, few of afm
S speam thh word. And, thouh.gh Cb These wig be received next rewes t la e seorthem tates win ll
Samlliar enough n BSunday at the -moring service, after perimet with this rodent-Ostil..
fed white, s e ven Lord Bas- the preaaing of the usual sermon by -
Sgo =eM f Us veeal preodptletio? the pastor ev Ira S. Patterson. MW Towear stesstI
F V ut say thae Mi, asM the lady Rev. J. L. Woodward will eondet the If you don't nobody will It in your
evening pervice. buaiane to keep out of all the trouble
--- --_ The now mission tent o Boulevard you can and you can and will keep oat
*, finutS8a 4l0atag Avene and Gaiah in treet i* now r f. f liver and bowel trouble if you take
S aetoy ted. Some moth's .comfortable seats, and the public is cor biliousmna, malaria and iundise sat of
that all c ring in badness It'sant, dially invited to attend the initial ser- your system. 2e. at all druggists. *
, 1~Wr baby caNe. look for pins or vice, which will be held there Sunday ----.
S ,asl ese. I von can't fi afternoon at three o'clock. C D. Roberson in the office of the
rtheOW WhS ite'sL ~----- Attorney General is agent for the Old
11V m"a-e aren it -t., It is very important, and in fact it is Fox Wriing Machine, also for the New
\t whib keeittboa. absolutely ecesary to health, that we Viaiblo Yox. He huas just filled an or-
S1 P6111h 110 go -. P ,? rt give relief to the stomach promptly at der for a number of machines. If. you
I& lhe Prile asrst Asigns of trouble- which are wish to fakea peep at a Fox. visit the
C o beblhing of gas, nausea, saor stomach, oeeof the oonnty Superintendent of
---.- headoshe, irritabty and nervousness. Public aistruction the Commisioner of
eL ".k o-**Im eT me are warmins that the stomach Agriculture, the State Treasurer the
01111 atnd0 a meadarla's a has hn e mitreao t; it is doing too Governor or the Attorney General and
M WTe pale as esem much work and it is demanding help ask the oplates of the operator regard
I t was iSmeo t a mltable brat from yen. rake something oace in a ing the merits of the Fox in use. 48-lt
dio w I a."-.. l i VI ; after meals; soeoe The Elks Ledge of this City have pro-
S rwom --m mI Ipp m- ,hkDy pe psori D apsi:a sd nted the Kiam's Danghteresa 8ver
WIT A_.L- L It wil enable your sto. Cross Hopital with an elegant bath.
Sa *Mdam- TM aebhi do its wrk poperty.. Sold b tub and *dpmat. purchabad throw' h
iMc t, bi *wn.tm be am dr4ggists. sad put0 by Mr. Rob. J Philp
Si le a t the a m ial r& ^_ I ^ ^ Plooeslve C.torblsed acts ke a r1- .
Aafte=me GOOD BoAs--Can be cured a. tiee. draweat hasmatna aad pSi.
Uif Mrs. Gressmho's. 405 N. Monrne St., Anacepte, t For c


'=.a-& ____,,_ two 4 Wto ervig t publi.I warm Tal abi e friends aja d.ehia
'Jt ---- ithMe ,to l dm H.r andsh S- oe.o
St e to H. MRa &Son, the week md made us his umanl we
s aim dw 111 1d^ want down to P. T. Miekler' on Wo- eoeno sad tfritndly visit
r M ls i M and ehek h axseidagyowsrW aer e dieapmed bet coffee, A & e a iga Tablet after each
L esass Mad amcI es of vios to a eall. amn mewstion, l dyapepei
e 'heWh sa ts sad e other adhis. Twoday ri
I wRV1s11 at a bargain, H dao. fre. dealer Sold byCobb's a
a g ePleoa mow. Driset
Cbo t b u r dsll. Alb far* .- Mr. 1 L Cherry aind Chi nsd
*b ye of "t-W satr and do Mee im pr same up frotes Pra-
Se eosw As.aA*" *mMd a d are villue in
aw. T 3.T.now, ibabh D04 5 dh V.


A Card
This is to certify that all druggists
,re authorized to refund your money
i Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
ourcoughorcold. Itstope thecouh.
ieals the lunga and prevents pneumo-
iia and consumption. Contains noop-
iates. The genuine is in a yellow pack
age. Refuse substitutes. Sold by all
druggists. *

A adentlet explains some of the
strange phemmema of drama by say-
tIb that they are due to what be calls
hereditaryy memory." lie take the
"fallta through space" dream and
points out that after suffering the mi-
tal agony ot falling the sleeper ie-
capeo the ehock of the actual stopping.
The explanation Is that the bilMg sea-
iationa have been transmlttsd fle
remote asoemtors w% were fortunate
enough to save themselves after fall.
Ibg from great beliOts In treetops by
clutrbing the branches. The meolec-
lar change In the cerebral CWll due
to the bshock of stopping could not be
transmitted because vicrtnim falling to
the bottom would he killed. In :I Ialt-
liar manner by revertisg to the habits
of animal whilh existed centuries sago
the Msin' oIvestigator Saide an expla-
nation for tUi mPntal state experlen-
ed by ldivllduals In various dreams-
the "pumulng azmunster" dream. the
"reptile and velmin" drsm. color
dreams, .uffat'ilou dreams,. ft
dream aid the like.
Manhattan Shirt, Burns & Co. sole
agents for Tallahassee. 4K
Hon. J. P. C- Gr1 ,. candidate for
Co from this strict, and Hoo.
B. E Rusell, of the Balnbride Search
Light, were in tie city Wedaesday and
made the True Democrat a pleasant
It dep eds upon the pill you take.
DoWitt's Little Early Rilser ar the
bstpilla known for momatipation and
k headache SoMd by a@ll Uta. *"
The Gitore & Davis Companv are
hearing of the gremsUd and getting tie
material f the froad for a t brick
building Jut outh of the city building
on Adams astreeon for Mr. FerreU.
Mr. R. H. Alexander, of Woodville,.
was among urwplasmesmt visitors Mon-
dy ad rewed his mbeauription.
Whba you wat the bet. ot, Do-
WIaus Carbeasd WI HaWMm 8save
Isgod lar tH or big eat, bollse or
tuar s, l ad n manl eemamded
uih..m bM a..ann *


Fim wbo d be


AT THE OPERA


HOUSEC


Wednesday, January 29.

Donnelly & Hatfield

Magnificent Minstrels.


Friday, January 31.


Minstrels.


pAn n THAT I WILL ON TX
Iusm ant I mair be hemrd. 1P or -
31.4ma Cwoiseobf &Mwo uis Cart f w lam em
1 Any~ enaronw r tbm bel esem
m*erit o ther appIsela w.
W. C. MOIO,
S-ft Attmwr fr Petumer.
ascsafr'e ho be.
rp) ALL WHOM IT MAY OONCRNM: NOb
TUeib dm~ Ilmrw I.m UiI7I
win W. amdsW. wl ermat w umem a
of mw te. mix metas ir IM E a. bra.
Tbefh &aw of Jammum. US.
CAam 3m L. &stAM.u
umfr Of 010 Semu *et Ca lvinW. wmf.

VI~MTAXT TICL
At the last regular mentiaf of the
Board of Counaty CouiM.sosa, it was
ORDomaU, That bis, Mee ata, etO..
that was to be prem ted to the Beard
for payment, sabUld be put ithe hb
of Hoe. H. T. Feidel, Cemt AmAtM,
at least three days bofere em me tq
of the Board, so that anll- itle_
eoutd be poerty adjutOd md amraumm
in tall time before seeb meathy me-t.
ing, whih takes place e o h int ~'m-
day in each month.
The iNoe ce F e.
The terrible itclsad smarting, te
eldest to eartat s1a dsaosis, is a
mt iM I aMayed by
Chamb.rt as walve. Orie mCo
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think well before choosing.


IS NOT LIKE BUYING A MBAL.

Buggy In fifteen minute.. Yo6

things Into consideration aad


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It to lst a


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


as cheap as is consistent with good


a large stock of all


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Jo


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quality.


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a selection from.


them.


Cor. Clinton and AdacnSta.,
Tallahasee, M.


My supply of double and single buggy and wa-

on harness is complete, also full stock of plow Hmow,

-I bridles, hames, collars, trace, b bands, a bt.


'A.


--.J. W. t)[;hi1LLt, -
Vet~rinary Physician
eM Suupon .
Dental Work a Speujalty. Rp


SO m Il I 1 1 ,I


W. D. Pratorlus,
Funeral Dire actor


AND
Lleesaed Bmbalmer.
l NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
Sky ydI N This 163.
TALLAHASSEE. FLA.
Piitam --- kiile gs
Mare a few trneOd and untrainedl
t. 40 00 w. eh. B00sk
;w 9.. Cowm mdw
meeads. Puqs.10.00 pair. Well bred.
fast a furiod s
J. C. RANKIN
I-3m IJ berty, (C.
Rutabog Used! C(1 at Y9r.
DOW OB.' fw yf r R'rtAhmgsd.
I..*99


OA V !T ; 1).!!
50 per cent of your Shoe Bill by having
A. I[. S. TW'V I NE
,si'r .N.t, andt Shh pk. First (*1:1. Work. Satisfaction gu.trant-e.,I
\l. wAv have in connection with my 4sh- business the


I' Nj'W YORK ('CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.


(Cleantn, DIyeing aM IPreing F int-Cla-a Workmen do this work Your old
suit made new for little money First-Clas Tailor Repahir and Makes Clothe
to it. Old Panama iHats Cleanml andl Made New. No fake. f


No. 342 Clbton St..


AN


Tdqome No. 3275.


NEXT DOOR TO, PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.
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A Cup et Wht sM as r ,m Label
me minam Ja '.Ceft
ia what sgw seskb to the heart of
every maa at bmakh4 tUme, amd ever)
one know th at geey sepd keap
good coffe. We take speal piP i
e oar brm-d as d ave madeo
Store famnM Jt a ed th "t
fe we seUll aw tas. 4-w prmd-r
hold ood th-tqbt aatN leb"t.
We sell moth bet ddAm at feat
pred-eta- theas we have temtd our*
mve, ind as i md bb thy n.
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Harvesting Machinery 0 Ha
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