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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 31, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00154
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Good U0ovempn t; Honesty ia Public Office; Equ4) Justice to All--Special Priviltees to None.


(Bn L. MeCLlan),



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Aberdeen-Ani
a of 0S, and vas
a'ragbug a little over
do.not include
so dairy b
TOURADINM-UP CATTLE
I ~threoear-okld teer off
po and
i~~uk maing
A rade three-ye
9t 9b00 pounds
4W0 pounds, which at 6
rth .00. Thus th
I value of about $12
vOr of grade cattle
market, price of mue
t ea tern market for a
*d that rpyde: steer comr
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iM!I, a three-year-old br je
- 11ftor m than double the
LpnatUve would f'tch.
I o 000t or MAINTAINING.
6 ade herd will perhaps c
more to keep them thi
Sherd, for a range that
prt 10 head of native catti
5umbo.75 eadofgra

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dinet asa large hot
food than a pony.
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.*w ,,'m OUR VOLUNTEll dSa mTo. *** OUR FLORmDA
Since the State, Xa legi"la. UPI*StN'AT _.
7:A 11 sM COMPANY. tiva ad NTATIVS ft
wter'ea y, t Railoanrd, fm whih committed to the. as&= 1 iniw
the wisn s taken: --- the Everglades the editor of thae paper -
peM ,Peraer o f the CIro ty.-Cr empeed of Seoe *h hoped thatbe interpoe w So Whft "
S poeias ir,.100 of thi na .* 3 -.6 T prove a scess, but it alreiapa .
of it1 projected lenth tis that extravagant promaes maU% a- Th- wsI.
jto M h~. arb fw AT trals Tha fifth asvweraary a f our Volun. neetion with the scheme are not to A snacaj dispatch to the Atlanta
Kestc _, s s ,,,,,, ._ teer Pre Department was celebrated .d. t i c a i Journal says:
,-- iMljipKir .-. a .e.. _. _or Tf the lands have already bow ...... ..
toaw ta ble aMpalaceearttralerwill o Tuesday evening aroun-d the- draped and made tenable t these A food-looking, well-groomed young'
. 708,- be "Me to look out on one ide acroi able and bountifully pplied tables in Iand are now on the market at from man, clean-shaven, dinified and high-
ed at uth ~ SWilowSm te Atlantic the dining room of the popular and $16 to$20 per acre. which falls some- browed-this is the baby solon of the
$'a wof the o thr s over the t horne-live Leon Hotel. Tallahassees what short ofthe origin propoito Unt States Senate, the Hon. William
aS i d altmiblngt beneath the tracks efficient mayor, Hon. W. McIntosh, would bring from 4) to ioo per acre. Jame Bryan. junior Senator fom t
tt W ht hbeu aea-l After crossing Jr the mayor soon tobo, Hon. r. C. It is explained tat the lands are really State of Florida. He is just one yoW
to IN dll _d mve'eors keys the paswonGilmore, theg h*mmowC .soCit oun, worth $100 per acre, but that the Trus- over the age limit.
Ws, 1; Will be y st down on K night's c, City Attore, r Collecto tees of the Internal Improvement Fund Senator Bryan was appointed by,
.ed as ey. .ma yI(tep abn. f..t Sta .rr Jan W. lntferon,.e have decided to ive the people the ben- Governor Broward of Flonda to sue-
r $M4 tea r it hours later land mHa- ew ..vit. u"s"_, ....te efit of good lands at reasonable prices ceed to the unexpired term of the late
meows hab traveled but 115 miles of about fort gathered to do honor and and have therefore put the pe down Stephen Rutel Mallory. He denies t
breeds tM i e from the starting point by justicec to anaer Lebanquet to less than 20 per cent. o the real announced his Intention to be "the bestC
trair. and having made the entire trip I spread; and right well didthis repre- value of the lands. This explanation Senator," as was reported, bt that
r. from Now York in less than foRty-eight I tentative citizenship acquit them- does not appeal to us as a well-founded he did say he soukld "try to be the bat
gra hours The effect of the completion of selves. The invitations sent out read business pro ox-it ion, nor as an equitable Senator Florida ever had"
"would he enterprie on the development of as follows: division of th, plr ceds of the scheme. While the wisdom of sending yourk
at Key West will be wonderful. It will he honor of your presence is re- The State has gon', int,a gigantic bus- men to the United State Senate h
t ee it on a par with Galveston, Mo- quested at the banquet given by the iness enterprimw .uid t ought to get been questioned by some, Sena :
t.o. bile and New Oran as a porter Volunteer ire Com t from it the 1lrle -t p)rotits obtainable Bryan's as rattions aml ami tioa i
s and Within four hours of Cuba, it will b. th.- ity Councilofthe Cityof Tallha- and extend its operations to other lines commended laudable. His aim i
cetos come the port of entry to that island. -ee at the Leon Hotel, Tuesday Even- of internalimprovement. Ifthepersons "try to be the beat" is elevated,
cnre and will also be the nearest railroad ng January twenty-eighth, nineteen who buy these lands pay full value for barring the carpet-baggers' Jay
e ipr connection for the Panamacanal, Hayti hundred and eight them and their monev is invested in ida has heen represented in the
at the and San Dominga. d lDivine bning was asked l uon the such improvements as the construction by highly respectable and intelle ,
St ,J 'f he undertaking is doubles the occasion by Hon. C H Ellis, naer of good roads they will e b tted in nen.
t If no remarkable piece of railway build- of the City Electric Light Plant. after common with the rest of the ctizensofi The late Senat-ir Mallorv. and
guind. ing now under construction. ihe di-s. which all proceeded to "eat, drink and the State, but if they buy their lands distiinguished father before him,
an th Lance from Miami, the Florida termi- be merry' until time arrived for the at the cost of drainage the few bundredl Senator before the war and later S
eanes nal, to Ke West is 156 miles. Of this toast-master, Captain L. M. Lively, to thousand citizens of the State who do tary of the Confederate navy, w
en distance 104 miles will be constructed sin speech-making and toa.tin. not buy lands will receive absolutlv no lentlemen of the old school, unomni
saim on land, counting, of course, the corald iFollowing a very interesting. timely benefit, further than the indirect hent-e courteous and dignilied, lawyers Q.
S formation of the keys as land. The and approp rate "short talk" from fit that would result, from the settle- ability, upri ht a d ardent patriots.
rest of the route, which will connect I him, on. D. Chlttenden treated the ment and cultivation of the reelaimed Senator James 1'. Taliatsrro, t
the string of keys, will be constructed guests to an interesting resume of the lands This Indirect benefit would e youni man's colleague, and his senior
ioat 25 over swamp and water, of which about history, worth and merits of this excel- an uniatsfactory return for the amount by more than twenty-live years, I
an the 25 miles may be considered swamp and lent oianization, apd of the great ben- of money arising from the sale of lands esteemed as a man of sterluig cha
would miles open water. On the entire eit and protection afforded by them to in all parts of the State which i now acter and keen intelligence. He was a
e can route 50 keys must be crossed. Some the city of Tallahassee. He was fol- being and will hereafter be invested in boy soldier In the Confederate army In
decat- ofthmeseareof considerable size, that lowed in turn by Messrs. W.M. Mcn- the drainage enterprise. Btadford Virinia, his native State.
being a is,. they have an area of several square toAh, Jr and Geore Edward Lewis. county, for instance, has been denied Florida was admitted on March 3,.
luir miles. but the larger number can be D. M. Lowry, in a pledid speech* the money for the redemption of aome 1845, the day before James K. Polk
gilding measured in square yards. The dis- thanked Mr. Lewis, on behalf of the railroad bonds in order that the drain- inaugurated as President. James
rse re- tances apart vary considerably, and the company, for his untiring ener ad age scheme might be financed. This Weecott, Jr., and David Levy Yul
depth of the water between varies interest in the organization, and or the self-denial on the part of the Btadford were her first Senators. The
gtrade from a depth of 30 inches to 80 feet, the faithful service rendered as its secre- county citizen would hardly be recom- drew the short term and served al i
of the average being about 6 1-2 feet. Includ- tary and treasurer during its five yvars peMsedby the knowledge that John Doe 1840.
resent ed in the 166 miles will be six miles of existence, nt the ent presentin, him a.d a whole lot of other fellows were Senator Yulee was born the We
Iere is concrete viaduct and some eighty miles with a h idasome "Loviu Cup" a1 growing wealthy on and that his Indies as David Levy. He It
er de- of embankment, which rise about 31 token of Mr. Lewis' colleagues' appre- money uld paid for reclaiming the nme Yklee. He rved e t
greater feet above the water, this height beln cation of hi loyal interest. In view of t aitato against and was re ted I
.tade considered ample to protect te track Next cmeHoAs. Joseph A. Edmond- grant& v e sales of lawt n we aan Senate n etil 1te1 when b4elire W
stiv. from the sleto e the storms. John W. Henderson, FredM A. more than uroried that the L I. Board cast hisbt with thed Ofedesate S
d- and, al finally, Hon. rank B. shouldM r t head sl laade He was a Senator fsea Florida the
rv ane Msa Weas Traa. WitWtlop all of wbas made *spoche worth IO r acre far oComaerate Cow R. His serle ato
bea.. Th..Palm 10AchNews, ag yes the f l- Woepriaaster oissi s1d10.the at swathhe Isseb p.r
e do.auto on a e tany themgckeritoatd: offered a vote of cus;ble to ...l. this -- "-l"is.. spun h b .l shily am beau to hLs
M ith. -athe ae numbr ,of _road g. thanks to .aaer Udy for the intr- whole State to favor ad aOm oe a to tem Hebrew ase, mto
Iwith sThretahesf k r oa thicotysent he had meamfested in the occamh the sa 0 ofPa tj f our e mtt beosaged. Ht w thefist *mebew o
a tretha ofrok road in thia wat after w h th baquters scattered who re o no aely artial to to hi race to e ee to the Ui
C a e w h, nm l with the to their ,ines, delighted with their In- mat soup that they must have land State Senate.
and traCks. the l IJ .EAtCAA stRai- tSrtol t., at. d plumbfull of praise. that will o the turn from ad to soup Stephen Ruseel Mallory. the father
s or excellent opportunity of and adm ton for the young men who over ight. Such landsare a luxury of the recent Senator of that
k o speeding In tomobile. The compose allahassae's most efficint and ppple who are bound to have them and Jadck Morton succeeded Po
' other Mr. and Mrs. A. Jerome Voluteer Fire Depr rtm ent. ouht et to expect these of who rst two Senates The er wa
wouo. mm of rw York, who am here The ",ys" have kept their orAl- must becotent to plod along and make electedas a Whig over Yalee D
would m their a i. p ysatlowu to a hi tinds Nlt a only two or three rop a year to pro. crat, and Motn, alo Whig, 4f;e
me in an Iautomle trip to breadth of cula. or a "w bit" video them at -Starke Teo rapS. Wetoott,. Democrat.
.- they had caught upo ith e = e d b decept-usin ss irs of e to ieatohtoeth a mo Ta of ael. L n saeD ur a t r om
t beef boysrt ? havethe soo u ae r whole etaamit p lhatr eos oruofromeoiwhot bautWallof teebwa s etw seenl 0?bsy
be-e d t--i o out for Mi anl. a sptd example Uithat we might we ll lUieTnI l ra tht atI fIt wil. l
. Wit-iemm-e-R -thI- w ORo e iadop n business affair ofconl.tothe "of"O 1. L &. a t o 5 S w.it mi

tm II ene i r0I at wer d.N. ere ta. e"s of W t- ai n I
ero* a. -etrain. As the latter f r he Bpbildm of our beau ful handi-- Tsor ormorer D pl inol w eIrm Na o ,, 6 em hi Monh
- o rteoa st d slld hepe r .ov -to u lewd tyn l thi N- bouewasbou.htr the e d, s -o n t. Now Welshd a Ymteaa-r -ee1
e a themst ear, a I met- y me rtt should atify, d we Bro. oaskpto ad the Conectict, w as admt e di
maw tshv th bad the ha t im s at syadmit records; or enure of some one whoam t from linldar. With eV
a bed Bw W urged the Ihugfw h-o u.dHnt rat natil we can admit that tSill YOU Who this is ot* af tb Meyar. Hi m daa esedetoby
in to a os a theer wll Ise" d Theo t all our public Insetitutions are as rlaeoodb u aihir thit not a fac. e oie t te DSS t S ae
meat. rthe lost w and as satisfactory as i the Volunteer. LA k c ity Index. AJh wll, New York arpe t
n, And_ th, n ,m r Vn Firec-bompanyC oag.er, w, aeed a ty-fourtha r. It
teda tume t he' m a gained on the y n's The Ch ofMithenor, plainti, v. State of 1 ~t e d another be
o Thenb as the twor we' rivals sped Hai. was the recipient o uc. crat m the Se Thi wa
Sr t tMhe a. .Il htlyg inedb the co mmendati. inEvery peaker hd Hod kr v ion B. Jm au ry W. Jot at in. tiv e of Ire"l who
i**e, I ll s tid heaw m ry aedo .for hiand tor his skillful hand Term Criminal Court, Duval county. srved.tw6 te m consecutive.
I e e myl 5t ..lybe t5 _a... __.ar.wt t,. o r D A. Minorplaintiffvs. Seat*f eConover, the last carpetbeer, was
in mlhwint is a list of the on ca sand Florida, defendant; judgment rends-d aeiseed by the Wilkintion who
h I ea 4 of si m ha elcrpasdI lfn of teL i--s--.. G m i f L -atp oset of Duval county, Judie r ooker. served three terms, and was succeeded
Wralw &adto aPasted m ofuti-he"ay.- miee:-,sis a11mlnnt CnefL. D. ivisioo BR January Term. Duval by senator Mallory.
L uI P Id tee at entio n o f Mr. eo Foriman; P. T Nicholon, Assistnt "loi- Railw-- Com...., plan_.e e t....... See Be ...... .
*" to thi and akln if he oO ld raa; 0.G1. L- ws SLw ecre a vs.=. ,,' H. aeei ; Ji .t, amd T m n ra5 to m dIo be-

* _.mrodIrtsto a ltandhoe pty al foaL B HeBn dr:PJ R JNolS G K -- Io A, .Jan'uary Tem Lfyet y et a intded aa a iprw-
pa. hoaaesthatelel wstdimuedoulhe poasmen-G E IMc l., R W. Jaco- co-nty--, e nt Gt retubrt ve
S, crosing The auto w as em :a JC.C. iert H v. Valn a ",.u y a masure th atI a s asc-
int WIto a M0s te. p'an thepe W..H. e..D R. owe r pl vamP. irow, l lplk vilsge! Wieolig ubi of-
rht Istt *.iriiiiymo M It.Md --e e a e -exte an .i ,, B. .s from N anM. u nse lis st a t I
.,ws t.St ,,--, .; SfK *- I. the ms-er of Ipreana "the we
eIk -- L-----if-J bt ... t-o-Ree ker. D-..., iri January Tera. ksktin-w pl e t I a i. pewei1

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5ooo yds. Valenceinnes Laces and

Insertions, regular 5 to lOc grade, at' 3c.


Regular $1.oo Corsets, slightly soil.


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Special Sale of Sheets, Pillow CasM


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Dr. Thomas N. Evans Den
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The mu friends of Mrs.
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smen Iiei meant in her con
to the latet report
hee h er son., Mr. Charley
witha wife and sister-ln
the 1 1Mel's winter home, Li
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Sheeor and BUpper
Sat reasonable prices f
The lat firm of W. R .
btend old, and the bus
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P. W. Witm, N Ir' I
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bldm trouble, when you go
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to-day. Sold by Cobb's Dmn
At 6 *'clock Tueday after
fir alarm bell *ou t ee
it, the street time to see
she's Volunteer Fire Compau
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ITIUS. p e S ato dy r La g rippe THE MID-WINTER EkPOSITION. The Pricet f Mre. W. B. Parks of AtsalfI
sl Treppe eMirw are darMo- s as The terrible itching and arti, in- visitg Mrs. Yarbr6gh.
th fre-a devel tO pi. I The" Florida Mid-Winter Exupsltlon cident to certain ski dn ases l- Plsalve CrboMhe d Mte M
kst, om %oft'c :ae not only was muccessfully opened on last Sat- most instantly allayed by lyin drawsout i filfmatmi
phb wnt the hlgh but l sd s1tragthaew urday,. January 25th, with an attend- Chamberlain's Salve Price M ts. At Lept .er
M the l gs so that geriu-srelt. need ance of over 12,000 people, and with For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. e br.old by
John H. be feared. Tgellulae Ptey'ls Honey almost every show and exhibit In t-o.--. ro. e
it there i and Tar eontalsso harmful drugs and place In many respects, although MICCOSUKE ITEMS. Capt. Sullivan and Mr. Ooy,
dition, se* s il a yellow inks.. Refute sabeti- smaller, of comes, this exposition is read contractors, have
received tute. So by alld ri .ta *2jf far superior to the Jamestown Ex. Jan. .27-Mr. ueo w. Law Mrs. that part of the lorida
lAtW, whoP osi.. psltion, and the attendance will un- [aw. Miss Jullett an Mr. Erwin Law from Dr. Creek to t AtisA-
-law, is at Horse Blsaket. 75c to $.00 at J. doubtedly be to or five times larger of Chicago, who have been at Yar.-
se-cal. Cays. 401 than that of the Norfolk aalr., brought's since Nov. 20, after a de- Ueroad and a now
Jty ofl ow W you want a iegranite orh Not the leNt attraction in the lightful outng have returned to their loosu Thkre remwith a la e
in o bLow W 0you N o h leastattraction i the Thhendyried oref the
* i high lr b wh t.r.. Thomas- t home. The many frleads of the i e
or the Col- ille Marble o R. A. Weldon. 8 1ar showing mayexhibits from a s party have always a hearty welcome aded nf alhed, wi
n48 ai n h- ea triea, incli i mud ny elaboats ones -a -in- their ...... -lit Mru w fors o the abov L .a
Fog "W"Two-hrse f rm, under by lorlda cltisens and firms The s un ana vnt road ,Kbed will so1- be
ilson has t jutt west 0 my 0ott showla of celery from the cty of h beenspending his ve action here trash are rmiag regular
l--e- will P ly to Banford. In attntle a reat deal of for the past thirteen years. Missu m. ThomaUl .. to
the same 4 M. M. A. WALLAc. attention, espeelally on the part of Eugea Pierce of Chicagoaccom m or
W. R. Wil- See te Ga company and get a sup- the tourists sad homeeekers. The panned them. the liae t ao mplec 5
eld stock plyotoaltarfor t yorpots exhibit from Daytona were not In r.oGeors e Baron came" dowa by the t t atn W
SSort- New and fall line of Low Quarter place anud willU t be able to reoelve sh .. mberc and after a two weeks 1 t t I rm I
are bein Shoes I Browns and Ta7 for men and this wo-k. Duval county fairly out- returned to his bo e Rye, na ewport. hl to
.eejust placed ole by Buns &did Itelf In attempting to exhibit al- New York. to spend the holidays with n.t ap.*itun t M
lek, wotht ej. t plaed 48 did ItlIn attempting to exhibe m ufacturhis family. On the 20th nst, be re- t both the red
back, that Cok 48 moot e.verything In the manufacture turned to put In a while shooting jjw and 1, 00 and t"
scles, take WAWsD! Two or three desirable Ing line. -r,,, t, put while ,- ool,, Thoa, and Ion sad t
d. Don't boarders. Comfortable rooms, pa- The Florida Trail lis daily alive with M,.. i. Jones pof hilad.eph.t, lands o( Wakulla.
backache1 ant location, modern eoveaiences. Ap- opIt.. and the Midway shows aren nlno Ne A R Dy alta
it 2 days ply 144 South "vl street. 48tf very 'creditable in every way. Soe ae ndDr.n tM. winter heon e. York, A WssidsT
rStore. 3 Comnpy. 48 the exposition. The famous Rose. fifth season he has put n shootigag D A
lod ah Dr. Armstr th Eye Specialist. back air ship which broke all re-C n Thomas and Loon co tie. For Mr. Charlie Emsey ho
1.will rewu me profe aioal visits to words at St. Louis last fall, will be many years he wasa rega visitor clearinag the riTht o w
r ou Tallabassee. can be seen at. tilox- avigated over the exposition grounds the hospitable hoe our old Pnor1d1 Cantral S u I S
Sham Hotel on the nrst Monday Feb-and the city of Jacksonville twice a citie the late Colonel Dr of of fve -il@5, theby baWr
SstW r, sy, the ad. for n day. 48 day, commealiag February 1st. This lamonia. Dr. Bolton is a prom.leat i thing ready for gra a ig
exhes The new TlahuMee Steam great free attrition will undoubted surgeon of New York and a great Mr. D. M. Sn a WI 1
boys ee*- Laundry has now opened under 1:- bring thousands of people to the lover of dogs and the field. I crew of civil .
e mw management. With vyo "asroI .pnn f Mr. Evan Shelby of New York, after ,mped in the Byrd Yard..
e..om... n m a e your. The g.roundsar open.from10a..m. a few weeks' hunt, has returned to terta.lsed lp4 by Jew
hent e aid we will turn out nothing but until ll:?0 p. m. with free admission New York. h w e hats oyd. Tthe y MA
flrSt.oClIS *ork. to Dixieland Park from the epo-a Mr. Jno. M. Pluschman. Miss Helen t a
y sweet J. WILL YON. Proprietor. tion grounds. The admission has and I.'lse riseh.man of Now York, It J
~Madam. 5 3 S--ain--r, been wisely placed at 35 ceatsa In- an Ba ar O w or. I ue L
Me_ an J. t sB amwe .nr ,I sta .-dof --,- -tas ..,us-.t e- with Mr. Brockenridge Gambleo. tor- 06wo?4Lfe es
Re-c and WallC. C. WMaker, Jael M d sai 4 eT at M merly of Talhas ..ee but now of WAt m O
SyW. J W..wr ad Mr position low d the at Fisr at Tamp. SBouth Careliam, arrived at MIoooskee tk M =Max
Susled to H ies l- I d Mrs. hi tpou"te o e"d ot" attenda ee on the 3h tlast. The aove party TW them r
.eMr. ad Trd K h.mmilSle left Monday for a weeks tiop tote irearag toft po M
now she's84o tT e oarao Tad e l k ,. Miot a *m
04 "too PI oohk uwi amul Dv at so Is W lo *ts .
tt o has appointed a omitte to as g bey i t a
m bke inthhe m e e wuio ts seaspbtheanekathet Mak edp is w 4ar StoWft
P65%-- -- -. %4W It sb--be f_&Wil iaftm a m n
ad ne- me m lu* m 1- '" MUNaaa wsmes of hiess#^ Mrg Daevit < M a =MO Iotw
Abu fr I I odlsre W d I old heser pI mise Me m. su mboom a
@am --niw ,ar rai oi paS, nto "s it" n om mh uimNa m i su iQie l a
S 474 W -. c,.., bst. W b This Is t mpaty's.rIm
thbat win^ C A OIA^ 9dAdftetth thir m1ft at Mmeactl K1,1101 hs.
_.Edat l in a K7 S Mr. Y' tiMM of Amwll. kip iteym
* ^- _^ t ow* wit Mr.


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L as last
l *T Mr. Kes t, a cti-
(Vt Yibbia, s tay in
,Ie.'i [for is tho the
Swill build
n the a tothe tar-
i ~aMel-t pimmmably





auo mn Shur at the same
setted, a m toryn and nt







S n t hew st esa
a a G-., wuMbat9anoaib










L lubbhe oS tae cut ofd
"tW. tf bo woht the



a Iis t A me ve a t
K =e of Boston, Ga.,



I who runs a saw mill
t~o &tw obGa., was at laono o
ValruntIn visiting the

*~,aads. hor f a wl The.a
**pstchin w ich they
in the wont places are

* &r wh rualn saaw millk have
'Iaa wlg aber on account of

B* r ot Pfie oft Hill vi-t
S ed the family of Mr. Will
Otto-W Hl, eteday.
n,. po orgof a
day weS am our or-
w are nstayin i they
for be lth reereato
Nthetr greatest hopes



f baf*,lMbe to me t ex-.


elterved if I bad coatimed the rwmay
That it was besell ad quick in re-
mevtbMae is nodoeuband it my
tto obtain sner bott= "
For "eI by T.lhiese Drau Co.
I. mmi W. 0. W.. Ls Camp.
At the last reilar mting of L.on
e*mp. W. O. W.,(d folowir o110 6,
were duly IafJ for IM:
W. N. Keth. P. C. C.
W F.VauxC.C.
F. C. Kee. A. L
J, M. Walker. Clerk.
P.L. L twrgt. Banker.
J. .M Fwek o- .
D. atchman.
0. J entry.
B. J. Beads nad B. 3. Philbrick, Phy-
A. C. Gris ett.
J. A.MelMbt, M Board of D'rtra.
B. IL Shafted. L
Camp vie 2 and 4th Mos-
day bbt.' A vieitng Woodmen re
ehavfted to attend while in
town. J w M. WALKU Clerk.
3ueoen Sematol
"A Waits Dream." the Viemneee
bOpereta y Oar Steaus, is the only
rineo pitor to derry
W 6w'" in all AJm,. Jut opened at
te ronwry NOw York, af-
ter aT re d. The
New YeT moayWurld wI print t he
musie of th world fao Wa fre
"A Wats Drtam," I e colored ma-
asine section Sunday. February id. ar-
ranged for the pao rybody will
want it. Order a Sunday World from
nowui lis la dv-w Tf 1t ie of
the prettiet waltsae of rqent year@
and a elm rival of the "Merry Wid-
ow" given by the WorM last Sunday.

At the last regular meeting of Brow-
ard Tent, No. 12. Modern Ma.cabees.
the following officers were duly install-
ed by Sir Knight, H. N. Sweeting. Past
CommAnder.
J. C. Guerry, Commander.
Chas. 0. Bowen, Lt. Commander.
Jeff M, Walker. R. and F. K.
Jeff D. Ferrell, Chaplain.
F. Clifton Moor, Physician.
W. N. Keith, Seargemnt.
John G. Collins, Master a Arms
J M. Ferrell, Master of Guard.
Frank C. Keen, 2nd aster of Guiard.
W. T. Collins, entry.
Attend all meetings, Sir Knighta. and
bring in one or more applications.
Wake up! and get busy. Visiting mem-
bers invited. J. M. WALKRa.


Hanan, Queen Quaty, Shelby, and
all the best grades of Shoes made for
men women and children are carried in
stock by Burns & Co.- and sold at rea.
sonable prices. Go and purchase where
you get the beet values for the Ieast
money. 48
Ver Same.
Eight head of Good Draft Mules. Ap-
ply to W. D. Stoutamire, at Bloxham,
or C. L Allen, at Bob Levy's, ear
Til*bshae. "444t.
Submsribe for the True Democrat.


ML Mow


S- -m


I** be gviw s ceoami-
a 'Zb a to an adult. For
.y- ThU. a e Dvn Co.

J. J. Grat now efferto the
1e Tal-asensa bamatiful fae
whikhwil pasitteoy remove all
H ptm- froam the face
St both ft
ane rI 1anMM n Pi B
ay won. o the


A o
w be s-****l seBto



M lot.

vws no".

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look%


A Household




A complex


Goods i


Itean


up-to-date Stock


Tailhassee Hardware Company.


Y i-.- -


R. G. PBRRELL,
(Sme. to A. T. -M )


PRALEF
I&


Al Klads of Fresh Meats.


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pmm$ -.wv~y


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Stomach
Ms qppe" k lees t eq
mim -hb. -- uIpb. -adoftab
4 bsah al* nms w *1eam..d
Wy ipm S Os aM )eiiMs of dig ,

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For sde by wlm drn t.
Heavy patld ir a i a
Specialty
G. H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD. and YARD
CONTRACTOR.
State Agt for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers AUTO Roll,
Street. Sprinkle Miad Graders,
built ad operated by him before set-
lars4r address P.O. Box 285 Tallahas-
son, Fla.

J. H HQRTON
104 MASOIC SCILDING.
2-2
Tiumins, 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-
rson. c .. .

Plumbing a Spe I ity.

Jeff. D. Ferrell*
WEEL Wi1 TanddIL SSlt.1

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

A lrtles of the pablie
patrpeat Is sol fttd
f-ed


Sopchoppy,


Florida.


4 -__--__ __ _____ ..

Lumber, Staves, Slats,


Heading, Shingles.


%L~ JVAV


... -... ..... -- I---

H ickery, Ash, Popular in Special


Sizes and, Length a Specialty.



4K


THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.


Surrounded by the best Hunting
In Florida.


and Fishing


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

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.


Don't Have Ver C WCa
shedl at the MI
I AN rmu Wn I GAot i*
I build them tne a
Guarate, have bh
hundreds and buid
more every day.
For presm write
W. H. Adkinmm.
P. 0. Bsf 4.
Tadie e Plea


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ABOARD
Air Lne'Railway


SAVANNAH, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINB, RALIOGH,
MOND, WASHINTON, BALTIMORi, PHILADELPm A,
NEW YORA.
THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAI


RIM-


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SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED
SEABOARD EXPRIS SEABOARD MAIL
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
The Seaboard Florida Limited. Solid Pullman Veti-
bule train, St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New York
via Richmond and Washington. Dining Car (a Ia carte)
service, Double Drawing room.
Sleeping caMr Stateroom and Observation car levr
St. Aupuitne 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonville 12.56 p. m.
daily, including Sundays.
For full information and deeper reservatons call on any Aseut,
Sesbord or write.
S. C. BOYLroN, IL., Assitant General Passener Agt,
Jacksvlle, Florida.


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P. 0. BOX 810.


A.. SULS.


SAULS BROS.,
TMili.f'.s Is PL.A..
General Builders and Contractors,
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work In the counsyr.
soliitd and satisfaction all


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ewe "S as Missa m*eo Ad Lle* ek 84
Iaw meU U ND N MCow U A sre.





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me u c ".L. "M



AMr H ouer ssi na re 084 be"""
5N, t Isv s tat *tohme 1a pA"


r tis no d putPith- a th
V nso tt, Clay Cr a. ord 3WB.L

Te ared n thoe Twure mostPce popular









tell Owynnt, Clnry ICaWfde, lrd B E.
land that everserve; in the Sretat.ry of





A DIt's our. John ith. Crawford Wf
Sb_"s be&im that cslen sweep
D. Bloxm and better p; and n these
h A. tey. WReco mbw.ll a

We; in all the youthr at they are





what good, popular men.a that they
ottke rwllen ofr officials. but wra has
had beor, soe that arn orll thin con-

hde" been oust in "ttl awbetter. "
Served in t the at kinTredrers of Wal
t Gwynn. Henry will do thPr .ay
Sf and others; in the secretary o wh
states offce Dr. John L. Crawford. W.
SBloxIar e ot and others; and in the
Comanassioner of Agriculture's office,
hugh A. Corley, 1. I1. Wombwell and
others; and in all the other cabinet Suhpo-
stismen of their calibre, arn oit waa
ever found nessryout oud inuto bhow-
I tut fromthe dy of the capital
what : good, popular men frothe were
f everybody knew where and what
they truly were all the time. We do
S t opttpe the re aletion of Messrs.
Knott, Crawford or cB. n, but we can
e believe the blarney" oMr. habberwn
da b" give out in clean sweep "doo-
ms as is administered by that kind of
esay. vl lt the will do them anyk h
ruwl goo- and a ertheularly so when
ware Hot any omposngcandidates an,
meased aainst them as yet. Such
rtin may pet snake some of th de
eMou aOry out loudpprt d strom the be-t
Jim of elovary days of the oming
mdUpalg: "ffo pray, deliver me from

WILL UIlT.
The Madison New Enterprise w amy
that the presss angW" is not payingI
osh attenti on to the uadidacy of.
a. Jeffotrson B. Browne as they


ha t stake -n 0 so tosend out men-I
h y adse, or to give out wsursa
Uht be will let the farmer make his
e- mL ei d rates whaa gets to aunty
goMera. His campaign. has, and e
w Mate. to be etald of a de-
fmdefr smtnt with the d. Nityow






ar tate of suppe med from the best
people f every section of the state
gvelor will appeal why not all smble to-


Iso. Fred T. Myers. o den eun T.


Sit satisfy, why not all to
Mgse lees.


in* mentamed ulseaof Hoc. Js M.
so" k AmbdinMoeamlugMr. come
a hIA wmy.-Psletka Times.Herald
--Dn%4m believe a K fr Mr., comm.
I& d rtof the-Omn"m o
bmethat Mr. leve i enagmd
b so mking hiubmmdklON&stof
do #am It Hr. comesis tomehaw
fumbnow mat sthe omlin ae"m w
SwbuswU avbe" to eaw..

,~~ ibyfs WI. U~. aft r roqks-
00 b dUs48a ONfAtaam"rneodI
INbgie ftas hepubisemes.
-'~ow fosmm r win,. %%lo 4
ad Piris dof Uda
~4ton bb
ph sd im mumhr


Its ~- ~ ~w.
a'
L4~ ~.I At


Atrwey -rl W. wi
the st desigaL The b a-ilrad
Cmay taaa to pay lt taxes fer
1906, sad ied bill hs ld yin the
Third Jadeiel Circuit bedWe Judge Pal-
mer, to restrain the Comptroer from
Issuing his warrant to the sheriff to sell
the propertkm of the company, and to
restraint the riff Suwannee county
frem pro*mi-g under the warrant.
The ease was taed over to Attorney-
Genral W. N. Ellis, who immediately
filed demorm to tho t bil of complaint
in the to s General Etis contend-
od that their bit of complaint contained
o gresad of ality, showing no cause
fAr the Iouing of an injunction, sd
that the railroad company was not enti-
ted to the relief sought. Theease was
argued last November by Attorney.
General Ellis for the State and Messrs.
Carter and McCollum for the railroad.
The demurrers of General Ellis have
been fully sustained and the railroad al-
lowed until February 1, 19M, to fie
amended bills.
This is another splendid victory for
Attorney-General Ellis' already fAne re-
cord in behalf of the people's interests.
The people ot this State are to be con-
gratulated upon having in the impor-
tant office of Attorney General a man
so well qualified a a lawyer and of
such strict honesty as Mr. Ellis, and he
never hesitates to do his full duty, and
when he moves it is always after ma-
ture consideration of the people' rights,
and he seldom fails to establish their
rights.
THE TRUTH ABOUT DRAINAGE.
elsewhere will be found a letter fro.n
our old friend, Capt. F. A. Hendry, of
South Florida, which explains itself.
We regard Capt. If endry an one of the
wisest and most intelligent citizens of"
Florkla, and sincerely regret the differ-
ence of opinion existing between us on
the drainage question which is indicated
by his letter We maintal*, however,
that o"ur position on this question In
abundantly justified by the facts
The Broward drainage scheme was
invented as a campaign expedient.
Nothing more nor less. Broward hav-
ing been declared nominated (as he
would not have been had a proper con-
teat of the methods pursued in the pri-
mary leen prosecuted), he naturally
felt oonstrained to "make good" on
what he evidetly reguded as his chief
campaign Issue. For this, no one could
blame him. The legislature in 1906,
do4anatod by Broward and his adher-
ents. aad like the people of the State
at large, practically uninformed In the
matter, passd a drainage law, and
even attempted to inject the sheome
into the eostitution. At the ensuing
primary the people of the State, prop-
erly advised, overwhelmingly, forbade
this.
We are firmly convinced that the peo-
ple, in thus voting, believed that they
wee ffeetually esademiing the entire
dram ag schem, and that the eneuin
legislature would, in accordance with
their verdict, repeal the drainage law
of 1906 and thus dispose of the entire
matter. But that body, captured and
naaased by the Broward element,
boldly disregarded the verdict of the
people as promonuced at the pols, md
re-enacted the drainages law. For thaes
reases we spoke advisedly when we
said that we believed that the expendi-
tre of the people's moey ia the pur-
sat of the Breward campaign drainage
eheme is uwnauthoriaed. Notwithetand-
lag the action of the Legislature i. re-
atng the drainage law, hi deane


Ami we dey the specious reasoning
of the drain advocate. aa voiced by
Capt. Headry, that the I. I. Fd doaes
not balig to the people That fuad
thugh mt f.tad by direct taxatm,


is the pe1dseb of badb grated to the
pople of Phd ad both bds sad
prIesed have aw bee and sh u
etl be nelt q mshb dispestism as
thp pole may lawfld ese to make
of them The k&el of the piMest
smrUemMr Is Us h oh t h th e egs.
lada Gmeatatve the people ave
utmpwt d toM"WIp n m lat h edo
veait md j4pmet othe peps as
It h he= piy eam-aed at M
pek *Pwr iWs -nm we be
MeU4id n m teduo s
y1 to 4mea a wat 11--- wa

Us, -I ifo U u w m uI

ka I


I M,. Jw .r.
we=rby a v ait from oa -*I -
old-ram hild. Rev. Joeh L.9 wka
is new at work for o mth. o .
Mr. Ly has been over to Ha io
GUade -eeunty, dthe "JW Ur
CIty," attdn, the Taahasosee
tr i Preasea Conferese, and re
ports a as meeting. IHavms, the
prmaet ttle city, though nly two ad
a halfwjarsO, 4a pUtting on metropel-
itsa ahmW, hW ga real ie h r a4.
rige factory, two botels, several dry
goods, gureery, farnlmre wd drug
stora, nsviteen brick store builders,
and a & mw brick church. Real e
tato sad W iding are on a beo md
wie r are watchbg
am t w8 y alwir money in the sheS-
of met. T Tre T Drmeratr is lgd
to kow that Mr. Ley s =stl with
=M&B eomoragemsent in h u aOW
that It is I the 'Tallasha e Country"
he ao seemed his first big dmo tion of
,000. are figuring with him
of aalnarift t he school. He will
be in Qaso Sunday where he will rep-
resent,]o work.
2a7 tRy as the lap"st Church.
Next Sunday will be Sunday School
Rally Day at the Baptist Chuuh.
Theae willbe the usual Sunday SsMW
service in the morning, but he mid
day service will be omitted to give place
to the Rally Day Exercises. There will
be an interesting program presented by
the children, and addresses by Jpdge
Mabry and Professor A. A. Murphree.
Jasper Banner, of Liberty, says-
"There is no certainty that we shall
get much of anything from the present
Conggess but free seeds." -Thats a
little "something for nothing" it
not.
Gave It Up.
A friend of lthe writer reftntly tuad
applicntluo fo; :i iiaii(lc uipoIntU111ent In
a small scottish lown, auil. thinking
that Isli chance" or xrcan' would be
greater by a little jdilicous a.iivaswM
Ing, I. resolved to 'il lupon a tfew of
the towu connilior-,. In whmsw hands
the appoluntnent Inay. Of the civic dig.
nitaries' position in private life he
knew nothing. Joiirneaiug to their town
in question, he hired a cab at the rull-
Way station and requested the; Jebu
to take him to (',inrwillor Bilmwt's. the
treasurer. The councilor was founud
in his blacksmith's shop shoeing a
horse.
"I'll see somebody of more Impor-
tance than this, anyhow." said the can-
didate to himself, and, turning to the
driver, be sad, "Drive me to Conncllor
Maitland's oalce."
The (abiman thereupon drove him to
the local jolner'a shop. This was
worse even than the smithy. and In
despair be ejaculated:
"Drive me to C06unclor Gray's."
"I am Councilor Gray, air," replied
the cabman.
The answer staggered the candidate.
He quietly paid hi fare and ditsap-
peared. reoived to leave his fate In
their bands without prejudicing them
in any way in his favor. London
Standard.


When Life Was Little Valued.
The 223 capital offense which the
old Engllsh law recognized an punish-
able by death did aot keep down crime.
and with the abolition of the death
penalty for all crimes but murder
crime ina ngland. as well as every-
where ely all ever the world where
the death penalty has een modified
semned mqartdly, notes the Boston
Traveler.
Edmoud Burke said that be could In
his time obta the asment of the
boete of commoBi to any bill that car-
ried the death punihmont
A man's life was amt very valuable
nla those strenuous days. If he scratch-
ad' bIs name oa Westmlnster bridge.
If he wore a wig or false mustache or
any other disgutse on a public road. If
he cut down a yomng tree. If he stole
property worth mare than $1. Itf be
bad bees transported tfor crime and re-
turned a day ahead of the expiration
of bib term of putipemt. If he wrote
a threatening letter, If he stole a bide
from a tannerr, for say and all of
thee tbhingp and for 00 morme than
thee be was hanged by the neck natil
be was dead.

Leading Freight by Card.
*1 don't knew whether the praetkie
to stl kept up i td far oonh, bet I
member bow t*ls I was at ea4g8
the method smed Is nledlsg t egos et
fetght atm dewsn in mem~ppi m
while asa" satM SaeiS mAs of ML
"A lot of a Ms -- elbows wI
be wantde aj owb I NEosts of


teo t spa16 at goe Is- t a gftI W

* ow --a-S t l- i


mobi B so WO BP"
%ea %FadMe to" a" eHt.
e06M o shg W
bow mmwds ~w


-4


Confidene-


*hen.& y lourad is o

In Ift catan him.

doubly a-6 k a stwyo
This supreme conlid TM- o
have when the f bd iraiswk


Ab o


noe 0017 hskihg pOUR&
with Royal Grape Cream of Tawir


A,3


Senator T. F. West was in the C -
tal Tuesday on business with the Comp.
troller.
Remember the Woman's Club ig '
parent ThSinater's Return" at
pra House Tuda nmbt.
During the wee t editor's e
has d the plar of lM d
Rev. and Mrs. Pruitt, of a1 a
who are a most charming p1 .
Pleat City Courier. -
LOSTI-A. hioe b
with white apot abactk.
No. 67. RatumtoIL. B. Caller,
27 North Moaroe OL X
At the b"t gady's

for io Caon l ata


Numbers d
000.00 e Wdowefat is seeded tI
C0a6ae a r intefthew
the Cbabh b having
dac. m7Dr. 3.P. L P i.s,
Ageat of the Florida baptist Dials
soametlom, is travef lniiM>-< iw
State raising contritio
TO MY Prida have prhd
tu Pa banodt aw
and ask yourpatrmfl
8. A.Rawt oftho& A.hawlb

aof .ae
Be ure ad po to theOpr
Sti's rotfrn, by helm
beateatea d W iN weas
mstUs Wons ( i&
I -b-*H


What's become of the street paving
industry ?
FOR RENT Eight-room house on
North Monroe St. All modern conven-
lencee. See Child Bros. 49-tf
Miss Mary D. Lewis is visiting her
saqtr, Mrs. Dr. Manning, at their com-
fortable Jacksonville home for a few
weoks.
Miss Marie Mancing has her beautiful
horse Juliet here from South Carolina,
and mq b eeo daily. onAing a gal-
lop on tme horse, which one of the
piouet ever eoa here. Miss Man.
Li' Pborshbo already won two rib-
bona, a blue and a red, at reet horse
shows and is eooidered a very f ne
aniluL. Theanay friends of this pop.-
lar yoaR lady is evialed her anot only
her minaIt,but the bmatiful maner ia
which sheo rides -TimO-Union, 28th.
WANTED, A POSITION by
married man, W il0i to do ay ktd o
work. Address P. 0. Box 84 4-tf
FOR RawT Large fuished froet
room. Suitablefor eoule. 2 minutes
walk from Potoce, Monroe trOeOLt.
Address "J. K.," care of this" eAlo.
*-t f.
PERSONAL W MeMullsa,'of
Late City, on R. F. D. No. 6, would
like to know the whereabsmts of Law-
rooe McMullen, his son. AI" psius
knowha his whereabouts wil rer
obligetr, by motitying him.
"I tret this ay be rnd by ma
suE wets fom klDey and bheddr tme-
be," writes Ma. Joe Ki, o Wood.


me to try year 0 treaatm-a of
Pleames for This ome bottle has
mied m and money could not buy the
valMe It ho besa to me. Guaranteed.
old by Cobb's Drag Store.


They



Grow


Big


Crops
w


Armours Fertilizers are made from


the highest quality Animal product*


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which are everywhere known to be t


best forms of plant food- use them and .


your crops will grow better and your


pocket book grow fatter than wev


before.


Manufactured in Jacksonvie.





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There can be no cofirting cons -
dence when eating alum bakdng pow^
der food. Chemists say that or
less of the alum powder in uchaged
alum or alum satremainn te food


MM Wate pw I on dam
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vrn cjmty s- derv mews

Sin-- Plant Cty, were
wmant wry *-n*th Sw wals thte the stomst

ROm.sra B I P. Bn toT
of Columbia Collf*
ia ellequet Appeal at te
wor d ftian morning al
ry laprtMat, a ud in et t is
"sawl OM ry to '-bth, tit we
to th Wae propty atm
e sa now", sowr stom,
1W ilaty ab d dTvoWW M
Lw wB"- t the m9=
werk abd ft ist dAmnding ip


ie. Iot wil mdl* your stoo-
S ts work proprTy. Sold by








|Tw h weM

is aY is farota t-
Snred eourent ore
rirk eleprithaames -
not P1 p- s-te vetesrand
eaield moe,.. wiho wa
bVnbm-r 1W wato reMI IN

h as
mv~tywbtr .ad.


mad gr ouer t.n
0 id1 forlda
lwttwte Tamp bl


wher hesew a-
MSAnt i eaM a



1tages A HMoist, o

MS muo dey for
Stet with
beSi v io to Tamps
a1-;Trr yesterday frei
15U C where he spent a


abdaeb s7 a
*enn a, does of Chasebriabla'

nwe ~od twelve bottles in
n m vallof a bad sald mea


t.4MI.o 0a L wo C up,






lmet bees a althfu "old man,"w
tM. aftT t for p le





em no e ". n oth was due to owd
ag e-Madios .
W f but fel a mse of sadness
*tone tf the good sk negrors of
iIb| fyda peases awa The
will so all gone and e South
will hae hot ae of Its most unsque
ad beloved characters There will
nve be ay moe lik them. Their

with the a teach9 of
peculiar fsth a d fit ea for their
srise til that made heinm safe
and tMtborth d a welcome el.o-
meet bi our cdiliation down to this
day. Always courteous and polite,
will with uncover nd he SadU



wiv to rmendr t r whit friends a
glad and ovi service. No night was
too dark, or storm too severe to pre-
vent aectonate moreponse to the voice
of mative or mistro s any hour of
newith the co deation of a price
was not named; the serve* wn rendei-
od sde the reward that followed was
humbly received while the bhi old eyes
specuarkled with a devout ratite for the.
We are storr thyt t a come ele-ot
ment id of the yolir tribon down that are
dacoy. e-like oe of our own politrace-
they fall to know what a untreasure they
have n thee old "Unclhite and Aut-
that arnd lovingervice. Non the shadows.
What a blessingif they only had sense
eough to Paus at tleir feet and lern
etoo dark, or toes, before those old
ment affetionate r gone from amongice
need. T-AvePak. Democrat price




ed the rew have lived with them,
u receive of and who e urse old us,
saLebsd with a devout m rtifds.








We ave an respect theeaot
be sd of e and at, of that are
ddm times. Yes, 'tis 0md to er
circing ona-ike some of ow owm race-





heats t hat they aw tr re they




buthave in thee old "Un l Aunt
ise" that we shall amen them
-a l if we Mviht, for m y thoe-
Whast these iofd o noly rhes
with thi ae d Mar ft and l.


hAve., s olente, fore thoe old a
fot the wonderfl effects otf
e an fl esIn a case ofr ate ong
pm.ompts ts test.moamal. I
f lly covied have lived with them
ad the best reed o market ed ua.,
This teals sad l terative metdine







v rht sies the a tema pnm of the
b Gamd is espy ially In e it hi a
ea o a female wea es s. at allm








raMi we le r GIVght for many tHoA
oaf ts ooto" owodeot now res t







with ttr oiW 4d U ma1rt
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TALL* h dVI..aI J, 'Fur. IM 1tm
V NsscO BUres in a dse of ate isn
M lu.cmmama ,two tesiamonial. Ie
soofully cvedthat for L oate hs I
and TeWr trobleE lectric Bt An toI
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we armmtater.. th-

Janery 3n laASI*


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bo aad s **( a the. entae
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~be.~ sA sds~to"ftmm. edsbe
"m swum omm. e~bws.Wawa" Usw ses
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When Oraering, Ileahe NiiieaowitAL ki 1i.k JUAM JtbSIIJAT.


ed~aler's Netee. I
TOALL WildSIMAN'Y CONCERN H
A6 hat I 1. w umViu
=61rat' fi t he fta,.of
LL wii powwt MY aemetmm" W
4t md-fdebw-,mi -- muaitu ft~wA edat.
'-U due uOwtob.. A. D. ~WT.
of m staw of viaL &

doik-EimOscanty. ?Iodk


midmd~be


Let them [furnish


you estimates on any kind .of


Shingles and Laths from.


Building Material.


Young for bndness, order'now,'

U. adsden Lumber Co,


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Attention Tobacco Growers!


THE GADSDEN LUMBER CO.,

(Office in Quincy Florida.)


Are the people to order your Lumber,


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RESOLVED
"-THAT WE ARE "STIL L
HAMMERING AWAY AT
REDUCING OUR STOCK..
WE' ARE SniLL MAKIWC THE
SPARKS FLY OUTOFOUR
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WWUUD sar u B-AT -ImO.
,-mm t y *1
W Mayr:
F. C. OILMOSM.
For Cty Camd, FM Twm:
J. D. .T
W. O f ff.
A.C.
F. & WD TP.
fr City C a Usnpred Term:
8. D. CHrTEDEN.
Cy CAerk:
A. H. WILLIAMS.
Cty Tau CoUlector:
SC. F riNN.
Cty Tax AsmMor:
W. H. CHANCE.
For City Demoerati Executive Com.
mittee:
JULIUS BALL,
C. A. CAY,
JA.A. fDMONDON,
G. V. JWYNN.

It was a terrible torture thatmr.
Gewte MeFarils, of Kang's Mountain,
N. C., deserls asfollows: "I suffer-
ed SAd powiodi pan, aOd became
so week I wasgivesp to die when
m ay shad got pme Wine of asdui.
Tp &a daes pve me relief, and with
I kmU smpdoiafmywork. I
eamiu*or=4 1"W "prMsof CfaWi.
A weIRM emwedy for wemr' lls.
S At 0drg 0t0; .. 47-It
SlThese mmreisnat tesse ef Lof
lsaumd t"* M. Jo h Ceue


Thro f the eleverest of geotlemea
have been visiting Mr. John T. Costs
ar the past two weeks, and although
,D w now y, utby wi Arpays
am to mr tha t p .
L MroU.Jr., a wholsal mr-
dog; Wam B Ada id. peadmt-
er; Mad John R. H rm Are' hiet.
all of th y the of Jamaia, Lonaland,
N. Y,, were the visitors
On the dewr hunt which was a novel-
t aso m a plRamre, luky Ash-
Md ld th deer, although Hl ns.
l Costa wew nr ear h to
hoot. Tho fox hbase, headed by r k
Wiathrop ad Glover Johnston, two old
timrs, not in age, but in experience,
was closely contested by th others, in-
cedtn Traineor Jobi The snipe,
als, were not forgotten, and in the
quail hunts the limits was reached sev-
eal times.
The two dinners at the Leon hotel,
Van b Mr. Frank C Keeon and Joe
H aoe, to the visitor and their
fOkaida _ara were enjoyed to "tf full-
adi, OdN W the sandt 3f words,
" was said at the station lasat
ple a sPat chapter in the live
S vitr and thair friends was
o But let it be known that somotUer
wUl be added next season. *
N Vform of nervousness, head-
and cr a eyes can be
eseaug withoutdrug or operation by
t er actionto the eyes. Dr.
A:e poeelaist of Jaeksonville,
Sat the Blozham on first
d h obruary (the 3rd). One
d a .49
C J. H Lw, was called back to
Shomea lat week on as-
e th aek of Mrs. Law.
4 nmW dP at the plaemant hunt-
;| 4lj, t., !our otienm
C wtrwN on be well n bh
M Law batk to Tala-

a CO.
OMMlfr and Summer Suits


I ftWr Lin* o
.P* ,r.sub


co et maat..
ThAArAot1W. L W iaa deire1Ato
thank theiriya and the pt

feesa the hh~ -g

Wie.,, mas
a-* ft ,a- f-af w mak IN ma d*** p --k- k ^'- -rm-

Af wwewIMp to



w Aerasosue be
athe

&UWmaT
AttWe.de1le. w.abe
rli.r~a a*r* _


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writes:
-Isis 11S yeas n ady ve-
teed to waits. The Dk of )I5v..
s$hie r arae I ftm in 'ermany
Ad observed one at a larae
basU-at a woman never eseo to
batter dvastap tlsan when waltaig.
I sot know wMeher be Wa as-
loms to play a trick, but he repeated
this aieren everal tltimes. It was
pasd (rm South to moute, sad at
the aest all *a the young ladles were
waltal. The duke admired them
sgrdU, iM that It was delightful and
av eSpr anm tionm to a bell. He
tne SAWa euletely that be, at any
rate, bad dIeMNd .eTer to marry a
lady who walted. It was to the
Doueba of Richeasd and at Carlton
House that be saw it to make this
revelation. The poor duchess, the most
clammy of miatch.aking mammals, near-
ly fell off bet chair wit bhorror. bhe
repeated the statement to bar negb.
bon, who passed It oo. and consterna-
tiUon preal from seat to seat The
young ladles continued to walts with
clear cousciences. The old lades wore
furtisi. but the unfortunate daoce was
courcluded. Before the end of the even
la the go(d [aurbeas of Richmonod
wan aile to announce that her daughb
term felt au objection to waiting
which no persuasion of bere could ever
overrotme. Nome few girls of more In-
dependence continued to waltz, but the
majority gave It up."
After the Heneymeen.
"Pa." Inquired a small boy on the
Oakland bhot. "*whar a saioonr'
"Hub!" grunted 41e man without
looking from bhis paper. "Simoon's
aad storm on the dessert, dreaded by
trailers."
"And. pa. what's a honeymoon?"
"Honeymoon's rice storm on a train,
enjoyed by travelers."
"Then a honeymoon's something like
a simoon. ain't it. par
"Guess so. Keep quiet Don't ask
so many fool quesUons. Look at the
ase gulls."
"But ain't they a good deal alike, pa
-almoons ansd lhoneiymoonaT'
"Ugh. huh, both full of hot air! Most
honeymoons become almoons In a few
years. When the honey's gone the
OlWIh's left "
*"Pa. wire vou ever on a honey
moon ?"
"Parcy. If you don't itoi pe tering
me with questions I'll never bring you
over to the city again."
"Well, Ins sid ashe had a honeymoon,
and It was like a dream, and all the
rast of It's been a nightmare "'-nni
Prancisco Chronicle.


Life Saving and Law.
The Roumantans are as curious in
some things as the Chlnse. A girl
who fell Into the river and was swept
down by the current fnally selaed a
bubsh on the bank and drew herself
to abore. The owner of the land ea
which the bush grew Immediately
elatmed a reward of 4 shillllag beeause
his bnsh was there and bad saved bar.
Her father refused to pay, sad there
was a lawult. What the law bas to
decde is whether drowning people eca
ake ame of buses on the bask with.
out paylug for the same or whether the
aslataame of the sid boaa Is worth a
certalt san of soofy.
sla CJau It a pemes falls Into the
water o one suet help him out, but
at the aine the a *s ator ca be .m-
prtisomed for 'met d lki the vtkb a to
stay on dry land.
The Navel Oreagoe.
For a product of nature a Callfornial
mavel oaalle as It graces the breakfast
table or the push cart is about the
most a tlicelal thing l thei world. It
Is also a very atriklag Illuatratlon of
the fact that while beauty may be
only skin deep It courts for a whole
lot. To begia with, the oarel orange
of Callformla is an a zole. reacting Its
prqmt habitat after devleo wander-
1l4. Am%, be It ver so sweet tastiUM
If Its akMi has had Its hearty marred It
scarcely ever gets farther thas the
orehard where It grew. Net e ol tbat.
bteveti the moot comely ems beferoe
they are boxed and shipped are brumb-
ad by mamcbery and pollbad Mad
otberwie fuMed with to give them a
beauty whbeb m nature neve would
beve prneided.-Wtllasm R. tewart Is
Techateal World.
iSaWeaOs a S ias
"There is a eartalm gawag usaer-



lea. alte; I have O .,* a I

to the pet.' "-aew TeO Pma
aeo m pa N meww e .
ttm^ atw aMum^ 'mt qk l m
,n dme iww v~^^ e s


Every Day b a


"vs


Sinee the hard time. we bave ym edt
to suit the uo e We do not claim to se l
low COST, it i not ne t as behave u
value in GRANITE WARE OIA of h
GLASS WARE that is equal in 1oos to T GA
and all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerow to
mentMion.
Our 10, 15 and 25c counter cannot b b bet for VAIr
UES. On thee counters we have aembild the 'wae
of AMERICA and EUROPE. All goods marked in plain
figures. Don't fail to visit our store if you wish to eve 1
money.


GILMORE


7^


We


A sie Iext time you are both.
ered by an annoying leak or a
break or derangement of any
part of your plumbing fixtures
or pipeing, don't waste time
and trouble by trying to fix it
yourself, but send for me just
as you would for the doctor in
a case of illness.
I can restore sick plumbing
to health and am ready to come
promptly whenever you 'phone
or send for me.
I have been careful to em-
ploy only the best workmen
an am in position to render
you the most efficient service
at the fairest prices.
Don't Imagine that I cmi
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 replacingor alter-
ing. PHONE 80.
R. J.. PHILLIPS.



"old ure"
ii I |a


& DAVIS


CO.,


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Nac.


A Word About

Presriptios.


We are compounding more and more each week. Ma
people have found that here they can dw aye p jut
what the prescription calls for, Justat the time we puso*
ist, and that the price is reasonale. A drggis me
pure drugs, but we go further, and use pure drous o the
best quality. Eve, the very cheaper drugs may be the
purest of their kind-we don't eeo that kind. Try us.


R. W. eobb, Drug eo,
Bast side of Mooroe St.


S


NEW GOODS


Are arriving in dhily bought at' the
right prices and will be sold at a
very small profit .


DresfSs frin $5.00 Iu.

Bed s frm$3.00up.

Chairs i*ts.


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


TALLAHASSEE ITiRE STOIt

J. E. THBUS, Prepr

COkNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


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We have a preparation
under the name of
Holmes Laxative Cold
Cure, that we believe to
be one olthe best rune-
dies for Colds and La-
Grippe now on theinar-
ket. A trial will con-
vince you. I


Remember we guarantee Satis-
faction on every thing
we sell.


Holmes Drutg o.,
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The own fm whish mMmsrpstm dmsU ein
shaD be 1 -aim e ys.


wed th I A=Mtab


U~E~UE. W -sm "55.by iMshlabI ; e-SaMwdo
Mipt as do thisid We..h.UeinPh.A. IN
am amwat G God sinayat b~o'clock
D LApt left thi 10,ninterir t D-we..how-
roopembat St. LAGIBe. s*a emi navll meadigfor 8sOf sm.1 ~l
snow we emaw the 12thsmm ina e lsd
ftf~or a few &aia~ft. thebusines shaWllbib eetci hbytMw
fl .~y of Atlanta, Ga. ian Omer;;rooms. Hall.Sewmtaa7 and Turn-
L :1- uest at Ibm. e.
Tow (has'or the rThe bajestasmesunt ofIndbedes rmibt
g b ggea jby at any tints hall be two hundred thousand 41
lebsdAir Rh. Raflwajin lam
A~. 8 .The nameadW ausleieaw ctel swbssrlbmaribiIs.
04 H9 41Ao hW a. WMS- wftbthe MOW stock sub.
Ame~sash. shaD hem as iedws
IscednOeqh Sftinpfor Nit.Ie Am t 4dStt*&
4d&6 Miulip j db pwl 'tW. 5~Nma
6ar=Themes IL IH.al.VS*U
bwkb one IMP a&. BSV.9SPId..%&M
kiepitom

UU~LS"_#119CwvOFr raA7LA
ustmO r owL. I
torn usi hm h ba
toMwem1 oer. ~ itk
SPINIJULUS w"= w. thm Lw h
ue whsU. I w.hreunots, set S


Vt ofthe. .SN 1~

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at the YOUR ONCAJ
whesu --usIS fthe dWN 41 3
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vrtKA HOUbSt,
STUDAY NIGHT,
ARY, 4th 8 o'clock,
,.P. M.


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PoUU "3


D. L COX FURNITURE CO.


MILLINERY and FANCY


v..*.OODS8....


ow lmkeien.., Kid $66"
owesetea"d Hewyp
ME guWW &A MriasL FMFANCY

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Wwsl.


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CHILD BROS.,


Contractors and Bkilders.


We ane unusualily ". equipped to give our Patnae
the vwy butwsmv olain alUm f bu~g. Cailloasm
if~v a etpmm an-- A*-my kwad atbhidni. We c"m
mymanY Ra sy.
Kb D Nm Imd ber w da, Thrad Col-
WAM~o" ad I ml Wdof.1Nwuft ume&. to oriw.


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IN e.Ma" or W ," ay W. v. $16.0, willselll for $ .0u. Q. .. An- Iheatee tdtl _rMaMit r.eM W. Ho- r *I J 1 t ,
of. P enn .. wwork! has drew. at Capitol. Talhm.,see Fl. Fl.s.. Ors. f"... jI r OA hIr, and1 Smo ,Sm 1
oi STIe year fthtSD.4-ta i. =i. Egaes. Boilers, and Smoke Sta(
Ws baNoibso aU t ru. 4of euMG~ you haveIou ght your seat ** *nt

l igs, ad the early tes ofaomp- miss a lot of fun, for the girls nay at in .uw sf.. whm. M Ise Wa.^ ^.^^ i
Its; timely use bMI ay pIeits parfctli killing." J. he n. tha tha T t h.
2de ff~ a? ^Governor Broward, after opening the are endent. f
a ,- ,. Trial ttle WE VLthe tIf. Heaow a a *tna a r .Zv u. .mb

Snt Sndsv in Talahause with hl eonlat' rinu l young :lrwy.erss nt oe- t."w*lI aI I M to 41 a tW W
AWalfa- Ded room and sitting room los. Tad Mrsa H. C. CrWw 8seend .1 te
Wabsed. Address Room1 True Dem- Missrs. fleischma and Bregkiritndge :PMd.o1b
itst iay pe*4 ts- Gamble pe ased through Tallahas.ee a a. aWo.
Ms John T Pwekin, of .m tBoniy *r to t Mar.i w I T. tAtt e
[ jp.oh at,...fin ,t n,.vuiS- wentonto ,e,


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S91011 B or.i Corner 2nd bnHk w of b ore
ator .stoa for Tela, se are herb h ed. thatthee" 4aI 1
yta i.o s o w be apprimoaho to afRair kd Co rs m-ie adSdir ree-
AsbeXHle ldisi andr Par slenly fo a wf thedOfeil with goCo nr. oe Kl wi hoo *ner 2nd wso

g ti ci-h eo HAhite bet te has ever e, redurs "
7I e Wtushler for you TIn Its JA D. 19e to com d2 S the eames an for tf e oA Nativ 'ew
MO- It will bring s you oadoletry c tio n w l rSt no "- a Vtat I s"sew



wafla s 6 su_ hndd (4_ --,) To kpJl ad. iurin wau ppu ofas tot rler- tas.n t'a e

dsl and ordtr, pr b an o~od h rini t comfort of I toer t a bvling. "l s loC.HI._h .Me ote Mm .
ra trn obtanind for TaleU (s. ) To lht tA wasatiof .e. und. t ethi mey cbe rul bwa my Sh ** *uW'
fab o Mw P, 10ae nt ndo11,o c and t Joe oemlr, ff Woo mb ."a,
*e pesoy o it dt a The t transportation Pu. nm. T r, "I srs.Wd. fH r yl Pad s .-
.im.r t T. of A. .A f .(8) Tof k p, a u the y rooms in a R. .l ioad nrthinreto Pa.. Th this p "nep o
t.. ., i two hdre d (4) Tot kwp a slse;t ,upply, of _e to try yo r -day tr ta of
tl~Ady is mdiy-s l fet s oo d* ankin watr for e travelti t for $1. P teb u rg boths br i *
d si- avn rres. a fetwall. fd. 10. All railroad and terminal comp- ieI ri hi been to ri Gmeertew re g ar.._ .pr bu....s
t a i r pk runImport- atre on each red at all their result by Cne b'e D 3 --
M 4 tof Ites members f or room f omforthe nev merr_ eceae f-or u- eaure
6 s r me m order bet been an r oa the comfort of the trvo pueln, =r. o Tr Me a r d d
factor iSne aningfor oTaPls- (2) To light the walten roomsfar r1butthis may be read by may







--, imns- bo th of an the approach nto talhem after dark, E twie wefm kidney and baeddr treeP O
st~~i d a.hyg urln.e.. Pak y si ciently for the comfy travelnd the B pl. fe Mrs. Joew i n. t o me s W o d" o
IsIaIpecially oes its pst at- safety oftheetravelingpbilc, l0d9 an' mered fayears an d e w a tandOa






Tleaeym wetol hemodt to I few (t train keer thewaittimroom in a adtdb. ntotd... ..nteve. s
ad e cariethus fea it was cleaner and sanll itary cond otr on whoor r ng Our ng ne atlk
wasra mtneandtwomhundred (4) To keep a sufficient supply of me to arl o4
bMIad dusty and dity-,& perfect gowdnking water for the travelingllies bor 81. tN woe tbeattlhas o
hw of tert. ad g rl. Now public cured me and money could ootrbuy





^.& that season are aThisdy .ooni fore
IS-_ !? atrative street well gaded 10,' All railroad companies shall "e.w- value ft h been to me.eGaate.-s
IWit A fWar-odf pWttI Park$ run- ate on ech passepng r tran a suffiele tl by Cobbl. Drug Store. 08



S" a beautfut erne of wht on numberote fabfc co portable punnger
ht.m M~Baty of mcity, but a ls coaches to provide smats for i -Mr. ared Mrs. W. H. Miller and Mrs.




bewen e tt i aw expect for t hem daily travel on such spent s antwe. el s .
. d .as rarne co.d r o oace Ct, pbt.tburlThish and ancy s for
Me Never ari tau say t. All ra iod and sothner companies tr- of ts t ash regarding our Spring business. t ).




the welen of the city *w;t tbut wittee mtade lethepian odnet agai s ar
i 1esr atewitout the be al and ownin or oetpasenger coaches Will be glad to welcomnethemfta di







W -eraI. a P-O,. w fr om the eqr chair cars) aro their e m ired .
I .(1) To hpe t them whenever neces .i c. summer a of Burns
e b a of r will ba e for t cmllort of the pse-gs. days we will be able to show
Blm-dtAvenue ale-s m s i of Park )tohe are o me upt the of Globe Tai-ig THe W F
S end to ie Itn me attract. i th ale of. a day otf Cin Monday and da
tat Tierp. Haiorse th( ure s pml rger toiut onel na ncon mp from which to make e s.

Sonf rs th ath tive o to efrce the a- O.ndI its broideries, ladies neck wear and
ituse = ti "e-d for 1tRu t a failure bybentarrth them wa hBent aaothy P.






mt m, J. CHdNe Y A CO., To- D e ef and onrered by the R -SirSd ... ................ 0.... K.-0
Smeuttef na hy (t e of Pll Lht p i cn guaranteed, i x t. 46 to


M a ti eir city at h J niaryt A.. 1ld Wa nopol ...... 8.00 re 0.00n one
T~rd e .da Att, when seats a required for other suits.













1 M0r. of Pa, er ne an sleeping cars o the R saled. ,,
t fr e oftthi e will b e of il oirth shallot it thetpassenger.
6a I R arv. Hai rs Catarr C. Jare Is agr to but one seat in a section M. A cl







nthe on ,ly II care neow known t t het l t nirotby made this moe a duth FINALLY-I
Q.ad ratermlty. Catarrh beintga all train conductors and of all sleeping














lee v a ear aN. Thair lay, whhar conductors in their Recommend other D W alkern the city.
iha 01s Catarrtd Crei- Pecmutiv ad meto enforce th TULLY VAGR CO.r
M w aaine o f the se iaof ato force It, will be d eeme od a v o-







. pr L t fot ndslw n In the rtheret Co Secondof on the pt of thco
ftuSew = nature inCdoing Its read companies and the cmmoni mcar-












k T Mpr* eto have so uc re r aforesid hall have a after y r intuCni-.er
S"I ltocur.atives proof tha t th e y ty to be hearov and sh ow cause ne- .
Hund~ryed DarsNo an an oupea, WLYnopay w rule Rme iteLD
Is tot. fre. and for listof hoolod atbe _2 pre etXe%. the Rail- 1 PhSoneTA N. e9 0 PRICE
.J. CHaNZY CO., To. fToe. Mad oi thr e d a Sngle --- ee- or i$Ale
noMmu!,aew ofMt the State of Flori"cuLight Axle. Two11 A Cen. eto
mwxlsil 71c. Aug. 16-tf.INrat their offic a In the city of 100
Tallahassee, lorida, this 17th dayof PACWO. Two ,. .. .50.00


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FostRMTt IIwlnaot toa desir-
Wbe tent P r Bettsm S oue me
mile eat of INllm with 40 to 100
or OOaeref hads dired, Good


a. Also hboe for labrwer If red
Apply to Joun S. WWm or.
If a couh once gts into your system
it acts oan every mel an fir of the
body and makes yeo ade all over. It
especially affects th Intestines and
makes you coutiated, s in order to
get rid of a cold t and with-
out delay you abould et tk* anythinF
that w tend to e tipate. Kndy
Laxative Coqgh Syrup ats upon the
bowe ad thw ry drves the cold out
of t systean. It eotail no opiates-
t is peasant to take end a highly rec-
ommended for ehildrm. Sold by all
druattit __
Siel b7 Llemttg. b-
Mrs. Nancy Cla, of Brewers, N.
C., suffered as if lightning.
She says: "I was Aft-aralyued
from my waist down. amwtaek bqt
me constantly. from fae troubles.
I had headae, seemed always tired,
and felt as if I was dyft. I took Wine
of Cardul, which cured ,,me, and
now I feel like a new peon. Cardui
relieves periodical pain, and makes
sick women well. $1.00 at drug stores.
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Burns & Co. do not sell their stock at
cost, or below oat, and have no desir
to misled the pubHe by advertisat to
do so. They do -sll t best grase of
with fair profit for thmelves which
they believe I satistatery to their
patrons. 46


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ATTENTION!!


TOBACCO


GROWERS!


and all fence builders


Did you know that Coal Tar is one of


best preservatives of wood ?


Try some on your Tobacco "Shade" post

fence post, they will last twice as long.

canr furnish you with your requirements.



THE GAS COMPANY.


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Hamilton, "
Hampden,
Howard,
Elgin, Watches
Waltham,
New England,j
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Cbrmit, LeonCounty FNprldin CMan-
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January 31, 1908.
Dear Friend:
Oh! Papa used to be uch
a crank about coffee that he
almost worried poor mama's
life out of her. She tried all
kinds of coffee and it was
either too strong or too weak
or too bitter or too something
butnow every morning when
papa takes the first sip of
coffee, he sxIacks his lips as
much as to may "Thats migh-
ty good." I can tell you
why this is. Mama has
found out where to buy cof-
fee. The kind we _se is
Chasi and Sanborns Coffee,
It costs 8 ets. around.
Your friendCOB
JACOB.


KEMPER STABLES,
C.IA. ScOoMAMZa. er.
Phsse 31L
-- AL THK LESON HnoL.
LIVERY, FEED and SALE.
ILLS PEN? W.iLY..
SAFR TKAMS FrO LA=S TO DUVE.
Experienced sad Reliable Drivers fer s.Teama.
mahg Team. aeda .
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Corbett's Furniture Store


50 Ladies Rockers, worth $5.oo, *

for the Holidays at only $3.oo.

Don't fall to get one while they


= a m=Ilast.


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P. .-You can ret Coe at I
T. IL ANDOH & SON.


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44'
,UUL5ID UVT USAT MSOW .
"T he se who bas tlito edl
A nd osa WN rhdup wa a welt,
As Xt Nte i treew and hoMwers.
-tretabe Advertising.
CUlimb the True Dememt's Advertis-
k Tre. mnd t holler far you in its
d ; coleuas. It will bring you
dofllte_

freO tn to twenty acres, with or
with Writhi itve miles of
to. .,O d le.partielars.

cheetw oe"se&al eaM Loes.
SJ. 28.-Mr R. C. Snipes,
o 8. C., paid his mo=
t vb d a d Saturdy ast. The
. of biess made a longer visit
an, d h preeseae was re-
Ito ertown yesterday to ar-
for a retptkmn to be giv in
of Mr, ox Presldent of the
River and Harbor donigree of the Uni-
ted States. Mr. Fox was cunning
eugh to resign his seat in Congress
to osept his present very high and lu-


Ifv. Mr. Mcklker and wife attended
Quarterly M ting at Lloyd Satur-
Sd Sunday, vitin .DrJ. T.
*^' 8 kea ad wife. (. Mlckir and
i Dr. a old friend.) Th y returned
SChi m Monday, but left the me
yMr. Mkkler to attend the Preach-
lIastate, which convened at Ha-
a today, and Mrs. Mickler to visit
r hebrther lai the Capital City till his
Although Mr. Mickler has not yet
p eaAhed at Chaires he made a fine Im-
plaglos upon the good attendance at
,paerW meeting service last Wednesday
uby hia talk. Those who know
,Mr Iklebr is not surprised that she
Iwinmalg her way Into the hearts of
|her who meet her.
As the Qarterly Conference at Lloyd
L etunay. the pator's salary was ad
dL frnom six hundred to eight hund-
d lasl Men In secular life have
th ar eslarles raised and as the cost of
living is advancing isit not only fair.
but just, that our ministers' salary be
iereased? We areglad there has been
? no backward move with us in thidi-
Mrs. J. Howell went to Tallahas.
at urday and remained till yester.
day with her sister.
N M- Mae Stoutainre recently paid
her gndfa"her at Uretna, a visit.
Mrs. C. lmith attended the Satur-
day meeting at Lloyd, and visited her
siter, Mrs. Miller.
Mr. Patterson has returned
fr Iis to Atanta and elsewhere.
Dr.nu wa a th tor-
Sbeoig called to the i of
J. 8. F lemI wuser here. who is
d with the inflrmatles of -
K. Chare scameet hwsm
*. Saturday and remained
Sm. with her brother,
Et has bualnei in i


I "he weather continues steadily cold
r e,,umntly we are having "oq kill.
Se all around about us and
i- h nd of our frien we are
_i ipeaty to eat these days
We i not think of the searching
ey ofthe Tamps editor s g ou
.1 when we wrote about
e ity much less did we think of
Sei prodaing It
Watched e th a TerTS.
"For fifteen yad I have watheWd
Sthe working of Bur'icn's Arni ave,
and It haa never failed to eure any sore,
bol u tr or burn to which It was ap-
,. It has avald s many a doctor
(- s!aae A. P. Hanry, r BaO t Wll.
i o M s. at al dr aists. *

P utmasteJohn le Ist deaires to
e attention to the pracI of somoe
of rural delivery of placing
0 eolas in their boxes each time they
ltodispatua UMlettadofeus
th aaselves with postage in
impaess wadi. harehip


To be of abuse one most se op
Mbno epithet; we submit tha
& Herald bhas o- applied to Mr,
toan acntfleos term. If it
k, it was doe assdvertantly and Mr
toekt'a o have only to point
at w o actually conl4tituting
"ablase," and they will be p.,omptly
withdrawn.
What The Herald has said of IWh
.guertional candidacy of Mr. Stock.
to ay be summarirad as follows:
FIt,,.be is impulaive to a de1'ree ol
rsh-se, which is admitted i ny l
stroegat supporters.
Se ed, e Is a "bitter partisan;"
be is of the famous political triumvirate
known as the 'The Three Friends,"
which is compodof Governor Broward,
Mr. J. M. Barn and Mr. Stockton.
whose alliance constitutes a political
ring which, for several years past, haI
been seeking aud i til seeking to cap.
ture the highest and best offees within
the gift of the people of Florida. They
They tried this four years ago whe
Mr. Stockton ran for United Statea
senator, Mr. Barrs for congressman
and Mr Broward for governor.
As indicating that the alliance be-
tween these three is still in effect,
it is pointed out, that,
Fourth, Governor Broward last spring
vetoed a bill passed by the legislature,
which would have jeopardised the
hold which Messrs. Barr and Stock-
ton now have on the political and eco-
nomical affairs.
Fifth, along the sme line, as show.
Ing a political combination, Mr. Barr.,
a cit attorney, recommended that
Mr. Stockton, as pvig contractor, be
paid for work that he had not done ad
be w paid for it.
Fifth, that in accepting payment for
work not done, Mr. Steekteo's action
was at low open to eritmisi.
w sth, that when Mr. Stoekton ran
the TimemUnion, it was the most "olt-
tar partisan" and utterly unfair news-
paper in the State; a"d we may there-
fore, justly Infer, that if elected over.
nor, Mr. SWtoekton would earry h par.
tim s as well a his other chabractrls-
ties into office with him. He maiht use
the office to serve his friends Just as
It is charged that Governor Broward
has done In various instances, particu.
ularly in the cae of the Jacksonville
eh.-rtr bill, which he vetoed last spring.
Seventh that in saying as uoted by
the Tallahassee Sun, that he "never
cringed to corporations," he brought
to memory a letter of apology which
he wrote to Henry M. F ler, which
better Senator Taliaferro read at
a public meeting in Tampa four
ears ago We hope to reproduce this
Hitter in full to justify this reflection
upon Mr. Stocktoas consistency.
Now, the foregoing constitutes all
the alleged "abuse" which The Herald
has "heaped upon Mr. Stockton" and
If any of hisorgans can show in it a sin-
ie opprobriou epithet or a really un-
ust or untrue criticism or reflection it
sill be withdrawn, for this paper knows
hat the strongest fight that can be
made againAt Mr. Stockton is one based
apon fairTn and justice.
Finally, .f any one entertains the
des that we must not fight Mr.
Stockton, let him drop it at ce as a b-
ard, for Mr. Stockton is a fighter him.
efi aAd we re only pursuing correct
ate in striking hm first, to put him
n thedefeulve nsteadoftheoffensive I
Ld he Iad his friends abould appre-
late the fact that we are "out in the
e" and not kulking In ambus-
ade. -Punts o a Heald
SU this knd of reading matter, goes
So Wvinee that jusat the man has not


rate want in our next governor, and
re her auggest the fact that Ho
red T. Meyen, of Leon. would a I
a bill. Let' nomate him and imake
Im the next governor.
No need to fear oughs and cold this
ar, n can obtain Boe's Laxativ
oiugh p now from your dealer.
his is good new to mother. who fear
group and whooping cough It i age.
e laxative that expells thepoluon trom
he system min the natural way. Cute
hiegrm and clears the heed. Guaranm.
ed. Soul by Cobb'. drug store. *3


,eeIftkw:'lam iawrof best
* ties. Ifasaloonisetnotulsto e-.
S ty let it be voted out." He tls
* those In favor of Sulday e wel M
t be stilfied, he says, if the
1 eosd at midnight Saturday ntll
o'dock Sunday afternoon, bcasit
would Iive everybody a chance to go to
t church m the morning. He is, however,
r somewhat alarmed because of the tem-
perance movement. He said, "It is
spreading all over the South, and evea
Oklahoma went prohibition, that eost
- me a million dollars.
SSoial drinking or treating is ewta-
fea s like leprosy--will slowly but tro-
my and in the victim's death,
ti. Aldl produces a aleholic appo-
tire, tho alcoholic wpte foriper
craves alohol and evt, de-
madmikg more, more, more.
Many who are now confirmed drak-
ard will tell you "I began with friends
,or supposed friends, treating'" Yea
Sthe oial glass of wine, was t bgin-
Bilg of my downfall
More drunkards are made by social
treating than any other way. It caus-
es maay men to drink who otherwise
would never touch it.
The old toperss" must soon fill the
drunkard's grave-the young m n and
boys will take their places.
Oh, father, are you setting the right
example for your boy ? As you sow,
you will reap. P
Of Vyita hpetaae
No other organs of the body an ao
essential to good health as the kidaeyW
Foley's Kidney Remnedy makes t k-t
neys healhh so that they will strain o
the impriti from the blood whieh is
o"tan pi hroM the. a
aiea mg Fo 's d
at the first sign o dsnger. o by aB
druggists. _
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Home Mission Society will be
held at pasonrge Tuesday. Febr,.
rTy, 4 a o'clock^ p. m. TM ywr.
414M 0- ary Ielns f i will be UM
at 8 o'clock. A cordial Invitatio to
those who are not members to attend
these meetings.______
Remember all letters mailed at the
Tailqhamee postolce now should have
placed on them two cent stampsinsteed
of one cent as heretofore. If you place
4'ecounts or notices in sealed envelo eis
with one cent postage they will be re-
turned to you or fail of properdelivery.


The Record was honored Tuesday af-
ternoon with a visit by Conresaman
W. B. Lamar. of Montleelo. West
Florida's able statesman in the House
of Repreentatives at Washlhlto.
Cug.resman Lamar Is now a l to
for eleties to the United Statese -
ate, and will go before the electors for
that honor in this year's primary. His
exe nt record i too well known to
alt G hommeoa ; friend.
thwu qsht Fuidh number bi bum-


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ALL MAKES


Typewriter Ribbons


ALL MACHINES ALL COLORS


Write for Prices and Terms on New


and Second-Hand Machines..


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HUN Hfo a LETTER.
I aft Jan. 17, 1W8.
3-Whatistthe matter with
Mll Mi John ColMl, o the
be says In an *ditorial
mtl., that the work mwo
ito Oa1t ,r Vswamp and
Ml rI s a "uaasthrted,
at the p le.-'
is hard styta made

h to believe thatm O a
a the whorl dratmag
b.m trrle oe to

I ,m Mato to be
A4M Uee igh th- --
so bo atbC M s
aM type an set eout
of IMt -OI-.
U, the moey belts
ih Owlls the paple's
2M mratiy the people's
f the msm that the peG-
w ll be the benme alpe
,Bu giva to the State
il for dalnme pwm
understand that a
b"me b Used mad
by Me dralma of.
.tww from the pu-
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Surely our oScials are clothed with tude Is wrdbA I shall be mufh obliged MR. LAMAR TALKS 80ML. I
all the authority the, need from and will take a back seat. iHon. W. 1. Lamar, Cogreaman
both the Stato of lorida and the Yours sincerely, from the Third FlorUa distrIct, who
Natioal Government. As to the F. A. HBNDRY, ha boee visiting vawrl potato t%
waste of this money, it will be hard South Flor4da, tk expected here to-
for the Tue Domoemt to ooavltno (Ed. Note.-Bo far as I am aware, day for a visit of several days before
the public that o drain our swamp Captain, you are absolutely correct. returning to Waahiantn to rescue u
landis a waste of money, for it is un- As to Bro. Collins, I expect you'll his duties as a repreestatlve from
verbally kaown that those lands be- have to chaperon him around In the Florida.
lag draaled are the very beat in the drainage district for a while before he While l Tampa this week Cam. o
stat. That odltisl ys in ub-w will ever me the error of his way).- gresaman Lamar was Iaterviewed by V
tance that all th drainage work I Fort 'Myers Tropical Breesze. a Tampa Moraing Tribmse reporter,
going on la the foe of the people "ao ColiUps" hopes some day to and In Tueaday's lae of that paper e
verdict agalst draoluae, they simply eap si arond a ltle through is quoted as follows, relative to h s
refused to Inoor0r0 In our Con the ades eutry with the Idtor recent visit to Jaoksonvtlle: 1
tutlo a a rtslf dralaq law Oassed of the Brease sad Captain Hendry, "'Of oouree,' sold oL Lamar. 'I
by the Isglsalate In 1 w. both ieada have several times have not been aI Tampa this trip
This tt ha beeoon admitted by the extended the levitation and promised sulileUtly Ios to tell "bow Tampa '
most tv9 asad petet oppooltion to u& a good time. Is goin" Ina the senatorial race. How- 1
that proposed ostuttional amed ... ever, 1 have my iedsa here and my
meat. Mr. Cheat., who was the chief record thronghout an uasuelly lona
of that eppoetmltk admitted this ct t to etfy th all' d st public c rrer is t bemy mainstay, r
to the writer in the oee of the Tree refund oosu a hoe I eel at home ser with okown d
Demorat arl to tat A tA of W trends ad with these who know
the leiSlate not In a spirit of It stops he upon what I bas my platform. I h
woontrw ,rusy but In a speelal ooaver stlasl N al h2 atl W h aimelda
stloa, which I recall with pleasure. isg t s an dI am aU that by that Ume ~lW o
Mr. Choate and the writer are per- I. se m s l sbit ate b e ableto W1eo t tulo
omal lMends oaf on st.amding, .ad I "'But I WM srpuI.' he remark- I
have the highest regard for Editor -- i a't the Jl Mtt ad
Collins, and am sorry he wrote that LOCAL OPTION IN WASHINGTON. the manner lna whi It is viewed
editorial ofthe 10th. I look upon It WhiFky has no enemies in thIn trughout the oatt S or at lest
as betai the keenest and moot Un- cloak-room sad no friends on the those sectlous which I have visited I U
charitable thrust ever published n floor." said Representative bherley, o not expebu t to al s ke this seia e
any of r State papers. I look upon of Kentucky. Congress may aot re. ght, but It s that the polite
GOO. Broward ad every member form the e usey. or revise the pemal pot In Dval i10wol,8 to M eveW r em
oompouing the trustees of the I. I. laws of the United States, or provide 0 bo0etore 0 And that a
Fund and the drainage comomsson as for adequate emat defense. or amend o"eoewhO "ks SUaMdi-- to les to be
betla absoltoely Incapable o doing the Sherman law, or reduce the ex- Bmoano wuho i toa ai to
aytntft In their line of duty with. travagaut eapeditunres of thel deal Ithl On ato d 404 y
out due authority of law, and would Goverameot, bet It is reasuoably cer. thot I euInd Ithe a thre SS
not waste a dollar of the dralagA taas to graut the demands of the W. th&at stead o leaving Jlastosvwe
funds wh they are cutodians of. T. T. U. to the extent of easetIng after a dais st, a I imt1ad1. I
IH I not my" ppoee to bo o ple. local-option law for the Ilottlet of rM"led tRw them three, thel tear. b
osa is their dewe, but deem It Columbia. i" aem y" a d hm f o IA
daty as a emmem layana to expra When this set is passed It willu I o.4 M 0 wO.%
=y3o I th e a~ of thse. 01 ain no ps h.. ^ h S dlstoram anes thae dSal wags
ttM6S oeb-is who are trying to as er. No hNo est ad thity Snuth. 3 otM 4a O
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