Get Busy and help along a good cause.
Fair opens at 12 M. to 8 P. M. Lunch
and Supper served. Its an all day af-
fair, bring the children in the afternoon.
Don't forget to Visit
The Country St e,
.. ai i
You'i get your moneys wortn.
LAST DANCE BEFORE LENT,--Beginning at 9
Good Music _and a fine floor.
Don't fall to read the ads on the other side, they
friends of the Elks.
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Who Loves to Eat?
J~ii' ~4a 9/A U1j YOU
Buy your Dry Goods
-J7. 494e, Mo ,4. Mt.
* Sets t/e price.
T. B. BYRD
For the Latest and Best
Yaeger-Bethel Hardware Co,
Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishings
$20 Phonographs for $9.95
10 days only -
Lot of Gold Fish Just Received.
Aquariams on hand.
BURNS & COMPANY.
Good Elks--Good Fellows
Dik CulUvators--Dik Hrowe
7.;radf Raptep. ./O.
per day and up.
Iinplmemtsof 4 --srldos
Pric right. Cash price stll better
GILMOIE & DAVIS CO.'S
To By Dry Ioo NoShoes
P. W. .WILSON.
BUGGIES, WAGONS, HARNESS
EXCLUSIVE AGENT OF
Plumbing is not
working just right
or you think 9ome-
what different fix-
tures or pipeing would improve its operation,
suppose you send or 'phone for us, and let us
come and look it over. Of course, there is no
charge for an examination, nor for such recom-
mendations as we may be able to make, unless
we are regularly employed to do certain work.
R. J. PHILLIPS.
2 50c Each
A t o rbett's.
H. N. SWEATING,
I Jew elry
Candy worth 4oc per
pound going at 25c
Candy worth 25c per
pound going at 15c
See our complete line of
Staple and Fancy Orocer-
les. If you deal with us
you will save money.
P. T. MICKIER.
T. H. RANDOLPH
2am' 1104(yr. & Drop.
f- A eeMt lir.
sKnights of Pythia of this city,
completed arrangements for a
pdid rodntiof eo D"mon and Py.
which ia the great found tion
Sof the order. Mr. and Mmr Ed-
D'Oise and Mr. Edward Clark un-
whoen direction the play will be
have arrived in the city and re-
will be tonight. Mr. D'Oise
produced t play many of the
S cities of the country ana in every
I m it was a great success, and the
4, -comments have been most flatter-
The play is one of thegreate t of
c classic drama, and never fails to
for it abounds with thrilling
es and climaxes. The costumes to
used are elaborate and historically
t. The story of the play is in-
interesting and is beautifully
S play will be presented a the
House, on Thursday night, Feb.
sml, and the house should be packed to
e. doors for the production will be
S well worth seeing. f
S.-est Performasce Ever Presented.
This ip what the Miami News-Record
'here are no words of praise too
strong for a favorable description of
the Park Dramatic Company which is
now playing in the large tent on Twelfth
street. Last night the play was that
renowned westemp drama, made famous
by Blanch Bates in the leading role,
"The Girl from the Golden West." But
It is doubtful if the character was ever
portrayed in a better manner than it
was last night by Miss Madge Tucker.
Her acting was without a flaw, and in
the strong scenes of the drama she car-
ried her audience along in perfect sym-
pathy with the part she was playing.
It is indeed unfortunate that Miami
has not been visited by this company
before, and thert is nothing exagger-
ated in saying that never has the city
been visited by a troupe as good as this
The large company of actors forbids
a personal mention of each one, but in
both plays put on here there was noth-
ing lacking in the work of each actor or
Such playing as was done last night is
bound to bring success to the Park Dra-
matic Company during their stay here,
and those who miss seeing the show
widl loe a chance of obtaining an idea
of what a first class company can do.
This company plays in Tallahassee,
Monday, Feb. 24th, for one week-Lot
west of Fire Station.
Notice is hereby given to the public,
that I have arsumed full and complete
management of my Undertaking estab-
A t. I have secured an experi-
undertaker to help me conduct
iness, and Mr. J. V. Cully will
t accounts. Thanking the public
pest patronage and soliciting for
SMa. HuARIuBTTA POPE.
t, Fla., Feb. 7. 1908. 50-tf
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1908, Mr. Ar-
thur Randolph Pearce was married to
Miss Mabel Moody, at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Moody. They are both popular and
very highly respected young people,
who have hosts of friends in Leon and
Wakulla counties, who wish them many
years of happy married life.
A Dangerous Operation
ls the removal of the appendix by a
surgeon. No one who takes Dr. King's
Life Pills Is ever subject to this
frightful ordeal. They work so
quietly you dcn't feel them. They
cur3 constipation, headache, bilious-
asee and malaria. 25 cents, at all
drug stores. *
Julius Solomon. candidate tor railroad
comimsioner, was in Bonifay recently,
andmt is needless to say that he im.
pressed our people or rather those
whom he met. as the right man to serve
them as Railroad Commissioner. His
platform is short, but to the point, and
we believe if he is elected that he will
stick to it. It is "Justice to all; spec-
ial privilege to none."-Holmes county
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases a spe-
cialty by Burns & Co. 48
Pea Vine and
-Hay For Sale!
Also a Supply of Mall
Sutahle. on the R. P.
D. ORoates .
R e oBBRT. .
T kafllaha PiA.
i... & Ae& L -
DNAs of0rM .L44
The many Tilahaanee friedalsR
John H. Law, were greatU
few days ago to learn of
which occurred in Chicago, on Friday,
t el14th inst. The burial took pisa
in Cincinnatti, where some others of
the family were already interred, and
immediately afterward Col. Law anc
his son, Mr. Charlie Law, and wife,
came on to Tallahassee, reaching here
Thursday afternoon.* They will be
joined later by Col. Iaw's daughters,
who are now m Chicago attending to
some domestic details connected with
the giving up of their home in Chicago
For Rheumatic Sufferers.
The quick relief from pain afforded
by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm makes it a favorite with suff3r-
ere from rheumatism, sciatica, lame
back, lumbago, and deep seated and
muscular pains. For sale by Talla
hassee Drug Co.
LOST-A Gold Chain and Cross. Be-
tween or at the Woman's College, a
slender gold necklace to which was
attached a small Roman gold cross.
Please return to True Democrat office
and secure reward. G
Cleaning and Pressing.
My cleaning and pressing business is
row carried on at 270 South Monroe
str, et, nearly opposite the express
office. Also sample ilnes of tine tail-
oring "made-to-measure garments for
men" on display
4-tf W. 1. FREELAND.
NAT, SEED OATS.
Limited So supply. at 85 cents per lushel
for the present
35-tf TULLY & YEAGER Co.
FOR REtNr! LEght-room house on
North Monroe St. All modern conven-
iences. See Child Bros. 49-tf
Notice of Intention to Apply for letters
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 'THE
Undersigned will apply to the Honorable N.
B. Broward. Governor of Florida. at Tallahassee
on the 2nd day of March. A. D. 1908. for Letters
Patent incorporating the "Boston-Florida Tobacco
Company," under the following proposed charter,
the original of which is on file in the office of the
Secretary of the State of Florida.
LEVI W. SCOTT.
THOMAS H. HALL.
JOHN F. DAVENPORT.
PROPOSED CHARTER OP THE BOSTON-
FLORIDA TOBACCO COMPANY.
The undersigned hereby aaaoeiate themselves
together for the purpose of becoming incorporated
and forming a corporation under the laws of the
State of Florida, with the following proposed
The name of the corporation shall be "Boston-
Florida Tobacco Company;" its business shall be
conducted in the State of Florida. the other states
of the Udited States, and all foreign countries,
wherever necessary. Its principal oalce shall be
The general nature of the business to be trans-
acted, shall be to grow, cure. ferment, pack, buy
and sell leaf tobacco and all products thereof; to
buy mortgage and selil lands and personal prop-
erty; to raise live stock, conduct a general farm-
ing and mercantile business; saw and manufacture
lumber; to employ laborers and agents: to borrow
money and issue notes, bonds and other evidences
of debt and secure the same by mortgage or other-
wise, upon all of its property; to receive payment
for capital stock subscribed for in money, proper-
ty. labor or services at a just valuation to be fixed
by the board of directors; and to do everything
necessary to conduct the above named business.
The amount of capital stock shall be One Hun.
dred Thousand dollars, to be divided into toen
thousand shares of ten dollars each; ten per cent.
of which shall be subscribed and paid for before
the company shall transact any business; any of
said capital stock may be used for the purchase of
property at a just valuation to be fixed by the
Board of Directors at a meeting to be called for
The term for which said corporation shall exist
shall be ninety-nine years.
The officer of said company to transact said
business small be the President, Vice-President,
Gneal Manager. Secretary and Treasurer and a
Board of Directors, to be m of not lees
than three anad not more than tht Trheoaioe
of Vce-President and General Manag- may be
held by the same person; and Ikewise that of Se-
rtary and Treasurer. The BeaSd of Directors
may be chanced at any tes by y-law. The
Directors shall be elected bar estehbter at-each
p-ting. AllUaoseersshalbeDelected annually by
Directorm. The annual meeting of the D etors
and 8tockbhldrm shall be held em the h Wed-
aesdayinMarekm m each year; but said dae y
be heagedbly By-6owa. The inoanot ahlu
meaet onte tbd Wedndar in A. D.
M& at thee at o f= M poaw at de o'dnek
A L. for the perpese tof adopting Oy-lawa, bow
ai tfe larst annual meetlasi for eldesiat oem.
ears sad esmpletiag its onranlsatio Until the
Nase at the art anseu metiloe shall obe eleed
sd *Sf.f th Ibusina hl@Ul be eMted b the
*M*t* pe : Lg g W. lMit. F dt;
Jdi vea6 ort, Vioe-Pa.Meat and OG eral
Maa r; Tbomai H. HaiB. berC yMd MAn tm.
The highesbBt amount of indebtednes or iH,"a=
at eaV m shall be two b hndid tho madd
The -othad resldqii oof thefsbobiag i.
cerira- ,en etber with thecrtel stmk sub.
SuiUe ahall4 be as folws:
Nsm.Usidass. mAin't of Steak
Joa sw-ea-ewt...P Mon.. .. 1agu
Jobs IP. Dvow.aak w #"
LMT W. IOT
ube h mea ip e-
46 &s 'w ,'Igo9 v9s,*'. as OW so
'Io HtmL Ao..:I
&aj3t and moil eook,*kma*4
~did &gai4* n
D. R. COX FURNITURE die
AD-IRA A, Aj
MILLINERY and FANCY
. GOODS. .
Duinty 0114.a uMandke rchlef., Laces
MW dEambroideries, Kid 9iffo..
0Cereet. and oosiry.
NE WFlT MATrERIAL FOR FANC V
9 o #WORK. .. *
fornweaftwn. 8kony sand lAwtfand
M188 ADELE OERARD,
4 #. NMeare t,
aOo. W. CHILD.
We are unusuliy weU equpp give our paitro
the very best service in la li anoi
. If you are contemplating ny
ave you money. A
Kln Dried Dond L bw.W
UME Brackets and all I"h 4
Amk AWL Addlb, Ask Adikk 190ML Adolk Amik
k d bk Ahkl b dkIak fAskAmokAMA LA
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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
tOWN G. COLLINS. Pbllsher.
P WISHJBED VERY PRIDAY MORNING.
The Tallahassee True Demrscrat says
vone aainast all machine candidates for
office. The True Democrat should name
them so the voters would know who are
and who are not of the machines stripe
The reply to the Pensacolh Ntws,
which demanded of us to be specific in
this issue of the True Democrat. almost
if not fully answers you. But the rma-
chine Xiill have candidates in a;mnl.st, if
not every county, and particularly so,
for tht I egislatur,. I'hus it behooves
every voter, in every county, to s
the ma'hint c mdidati( ..t ni
them \\ W lhleve l)uI al (',ount
have i:. full share of thwm, .*so Ithef
peop,',i in ,oii ol( [d)utal pot them and
decfe t th.nmi That' i hit thire is in it.
antn tht ra'hin will ',,in! ri l' t( rule it
the better dleniicrats oif 'hI,r di; nt
defeat them at th.e pjlI,l.
'x ('r .itor Soi, sl l'.i-o,> of Monti-
ce l'. h'.' i'announcti thatM h .will n",t b'
a ca it ilate for I'nited States Senator
in the 'nmin rim;irv The seriolii
illne f ,f hi helwved wift, and her sl;w
conV.i ,i',,nce hais rimade it lmp
for him to enter the ract. at this tir.
- Madison New Enttrprie.
Senator Samuel PalM served FloriJa
and the South faithflly and well.
First he was a brave and gallant Cn-
federate soldier, now oneof our moit
loved and honored veterag. Then he
Monday, Feb. 24-For One
The 6reat (3. W. Park Dramatic Q
ans a nd xifiarles.
o worn out Book Plays-Only the latest Metro-
politan Successes. Latest Mwing Pictures
and Illustrated Songs.
Best of Vaudeville
A. E. &-R. P. TULLY, Proprs.,
Corner 2nd Block west of Fire Station.
New B rsines, New Rigs,
O'pvninie Bill '1ondj, ,,[(v). 2*-)id 11 ela,( s u's Nsterpiece,
Entire changee of Program each niTht.
The Park Wi:ter-Prof Th.?atre Tent will be located
On City Square, West of Fire Station.
went with his people andhelped by hard Reserved Seats 15c Extra.
work and sacrifice of his tthe, through
the trying days of riddin our South-
fnd from the carpet- u and plun-
derers. Then he serve people in Matinees, Thursday and Saturday.
the very best and highest order as our
Representative in the U. S. Senate Gelde Lias lite o Box1 Opeasag. 02
For these and other extra good qualifl- The Golden Links will have their -
cationu he stands the very highest, and Mite Box Opening on next Thursday -
Floridians who knows hir' Will love and afternoon, the 27th inst., at the resi- -.
honor him as long as he hve. This Monroe street. The hour is :30 and a
writer has known him well ft m young prompt attendance is desired.
childhood, and has always loved and
honored him. May the repairing days *WO Reward, $Is.
of his life be the happiest for himself The readersmof this paper will be
paenoed oto learn that there is at least
and loved one. one dreaded disease that science has\Z
In a sp h aate banq In Tam been able to cure in all its stages, and
a few nights ago Attorney Genieral El-that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
fsw nrhr atdo hAve s aidtat be- theoly positive curelnow knownto the'
lis was re rted to have w id that be medical fraternity. Catarrh being a ...
Sin f acord with minitra- contitutional dses, requires a consti-
speeches tw o years ney his home ttional treatment. Hall sCatarrh Cure, BEHOLDI
speech w yfa rs od a h e is taken internally, acting direct upon
ety in favor of ed by la the the blood and mucous surfaces of the The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
hemjorty. avares H by a large system, thereby destroying the founds- Single Wagons, Steel or Skein Axles
majority. -T-avarH taon of the disease, and giving the pa- $. w.. .... 3000
It Attorney e n i advice had tient strength by building up the consti- Light Two r'- either axle,. 38 00 to
been taken at the b, when ihe station and amsting nature in doing its ---.. ...... ........... 40.00
advised that a re IlA amount be work. The proprietor. have so much Reg. Two Hore,-------............... 5000
spent first in surveyettinfull faith in its curative powers that they Timber Wagona......... $48.00 to 50.00
npefor afi in subfreyi t wfmunts beoffer One Hundred Dollars for any case BUOGIES, Out of SIti
information before greater amnta be that it fails to cure. Send for list of Both PONY aid REGULAR.
expended in drainage, thre neer tea i. ualit and Pri ni
would have been so much critlism nd A s F. J. CHENEY & CO., To- quality and Prices Unite.
ledo. Ohio. Guaranty Attached and no Complaints.
objection to the Governor's drainage Sold by all drumrists. 75c. Aug. 16-tf. Customers from Amsterdam, Ga., to
scheme. General Ellis saw they were Florida coast and numbered by hun-
going it IN THE DARK, and advised The popular Leon hotel has a large dreds. And they are still coming as
against it, as he hu done In number of guests who have taken up before one is out of sight another is
against it, aa he has done In eveal their abode in charming old Tallahas- sold.
other matters. But, the balanceof hi see, for an indeflnate perd. Promin- FINALLY-If we fail to please we
board disregarded his good advise, as eat among these are General and Mrs. Recommend other Dealers in the city.
they have in connection with several M. I. Luddington, of New York State; I Respectfnlly,
he Mr. nd Mrs. E. T. Long, of Wilkes- TULLY YAEGER CO.
other, matters the people of IidMbare, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. C B. Scott, TULLY YAEGER Co
have some LITTLE interest in. General of Scranton, Pa.; Mrs. Mary Bogart. Tallahasee, Fla.
Ellis is all right and can stand a search Wilkesbarre, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. H H.
light being turned on himself ad his Bishop. Cleveland, Ohio; Miss Ida Wemen's Foreign Misslon Sedety.'
record at any time Huffm .n, Cleveland. Ohio; HG Buck. The Woman's Foreign Missionary So.
recoley, Cniago; Mrs. R C. Givins. Mrs. city will have their Mite Box open.
Hon. Park Trammel int a R. S. GivinsL, and Mi Mayon, Chic- ing on n xt Tuesday afternoon, at th,
bil ith nkTrammel int e go MTe L. Bigley and K.ly, residence of Mrs. H. T. Felkel. at 3:31
bill in the Lenileatur e last h 8n Ch 24a3.,o' Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Gate 'clock. l.et every member make a
of the- legislature making it incum- New York: Mr. R. A. Clark and wife, special effort to be present.
bent upon the I I Board to advertise Atlanta: E. F. Hoffman Boston; R c ._--.-.^.
the sale of State Ind- and selU to the H. and E. M. Lirdlay, Richmond. Va ; Pin-alc ('arbolized acts like a pou'
highest ard best hidder. This would E F. Witham. Boston, arid Beijamin tice. drawout inflammation and poison
have cut out bonus, s and favorta and Dorrence, of Dorrenceton, Pa. Antiscep tiv.healing For chaioped hands,
lands would nit have b-en sold to f Nv o
orites at a price far below thei value No need to fear coughs and colds this lips, cuts, burns. Sola by Cobb's ,Dru
and t ae Sr tc would htav bwen bvaflt- year, as you can obtain Bee's Laxative Store. *3
ted thereby if the w oney woulb have Cough Syrup now from your dealer.
ted thereby if the money wouldhaveS to h h Msrs. J. R. Wester and J A.
IThis ts good news to mothers %ho fear Meicrs. J. R. Wester and J A
beenjudiniously exlwrd.d in hldine croup and whooping cough It is agent .ohnsnn. of Randd Ridge, Fla., were ir
bill did od otnd good rchooal. bo t the te htxatave that. expelni thepoi on from Ta;l-hassee on official business lasi
ill did nrot meet the approval of ethe syst, m in the natural way Cuts week. and then he left to visit Mr. W
administration and met iis fate il the phlegm and clear the head. Guaran W. Wester at Vereen. and while there
waste baisket.-Tavars HeraM. teed. Sold by Cobb's drug store. *3 took an outing to St. Marks, where
We will take your wor4for it, and if n. Chrle B. P rkhill and fai ly they spent pleasant hours on the water
Senator Trarrniell intrdlted such a have rented the house until recently FOR SAIE-2 fresh cows, $25 00 each
measure. which must have been op occupied by Mr. Hayward Randol ph phone No, 8. P. 0 Box 500. 50t
posed by th- "powers that be," which The house vacated by Judge Parkhill
helped to lay it carefully away in the has been bought by Mr. J. G. Coving- FoR SALE. -Young gentle horse, cos
elpton. whose lArge interests in tobacco $135 00, will sell for 195.00. C. 0. An
waste basket, it was indeed tafortun- culture in Leon county will necessitate drews. at Capitol, Tallahassee, Fla.
ate, or such would have been a very his residence in TA.llahass e. Mr. Ran- 49-tf.
excellent law, and Senator Trammell, dulph and family will board with Mextra rs.er o
in trying to pass i-uch, was ubted R. C. Long, on North Monroe street. FOet SALE !-Anextra fine 2-year ok
in trying to panss uch, was adbted-. graded cow, fresh. Apply to Cham H.
ly on the right track and wokg then When the baby Is cross and has you Nini.)
on the right track, adwork then worried and worn out you will find ,
for the good of his whole people. that a little Cascaswet, the well WAETED Two or three desirable
^We ^ o known remedy for babies and child boarders Comfortable rooms, pleas-
We acknowledge receipt of splen- ren, will quiet the little one in a ant location, moderns onvenisces. Ap-
did steel engraving of HL D. U. short tim'n. The ingredients are ply 144 South Duval street. 48-tf
Fletcher, of Jacksonville, clj te for printed plainly on the bottle. Contain'. Losr-Betweer Leoim igh School and
U. 8 Senate, which we hajglven a /;o opiates. Sold by all druggists. Mrs. Bond's boarding house a pair of
place in our office along amoqt aeollee. The Gilmore &A Davis Company are Gold mounted yi lauses i case.
tion of pictures. now pushing work on t large brick Name in case Muriel ROa. Finder
building for Mr. Ferrell, just Slth of will be paid $2 00 fer ntrn of same.
the ity buldling. The building will ______ 0-tf
Shave thrbe tores on the tflmt hloor, GOOD bOAR-U be ab e url at
C A S Oad it is tbought the upper floor will be Mrs. Greenhow',16 N. Monroe St.,
Sfitted up for an ,roy. oe n reasonable terms 48-1m
]JWlUU B VUf Use DeWltt's Little Barly rIulrs --
pleasant little pills. They an. eam* TO MY 'rienda-I have preheasd the
SId YOU b no take. Sold by al drugosts Star Preasing C.hth I ma will ean-
__th .The L dies Uie. Prayer Meetinr duct this business m atime priandple
will be hekl at the home of Mrs. John and Ma yo, r.
l1rlO .ll' Baurkhalt, Monday afternoon, at 8 M ry, Jr.
Seoek. All ladies are invited to at TlM
D Co. Sabserite for the True Demserat. -e ith. he hGiflmlmmi nMA
Wed. and Thurs. Feb. 26 and 27.
The Traveling Representative of Sam
Leopo!d & Co., Chicago and New York,
makers of Best-in-the-Land Tailoring,
will be at our store with the finest line
of Woolens in the piece that it has ever
been your privilege to examine.
not fail to call early. Workma
the highest grade.
Prices the lowest
Walker (Q Black
Capital City Stables,
HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.
Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the coun try
Phone No. 79.
P. 0. Box 487.
All Accounts Rendered Weekly.
[Eines, Boilers. and Smoke Stacks.
jw Mill Machinery
JAS. SCHOFIELD SONS COOMACON, GA.
The Greatet cure for all forms of --aiI in
the history of edicIne. A uta audeeel bowel
complatt min young or aL&
.?w We byDii an
4 A.I., J
-~~~ I ,*.^ ~ i
New Harness, New Horses.
I I I I I II
[A m o will be publidhd under this
at the amal fee. li advance.)
S MR CONGRESS. 3rd DISTRICT.
bte voters of Third Cngslonal Distikt:
Myself a osadidate for the nomination
itn the ]Dem-tle primnmak soon to be
I will endeavor to e as many of the voters
bIe ipowible dala the campaign and earn-
t the saupprt of the votersof this dis-
I will anoa1ee Imy platform in the near
r Yoers truly. D. H. MAYS.
To the i VDote9of 6the mSt *
we DM tUltt L CoaWty. Florida:
I hereby mne db candida for the pltto
of count Cmmimoew from the 6th Com -
sl r DtStrWt of Leon County. subject to the so-
tim of the Demeratic Primary.
In making thil my announcement I will say to
the people of Lnem county that I feel igratelul to
thiar, on and all. for their pst support, and if
renemlnated and elected I will in the future, as I
have in the past. endeavor to discharge my duty
to the very beet of my hnowledge.
I am respectfully.
WILLIAM A. Rs(;isrrjt.
bOR MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD).
I dee. to take advantar- of this opportunity to
kI ri e nanu. f I i m fr hL.a in lr hU-
ht riant ve peop a o --- county ow r naviic ngon-
FOR STATE ATTORNEY. ored me with two terms aa Member of the Bjard
Demofrstic Voter of thb Second Judicla of Public nstructon of Leon county, representing
n.uit: Scheool District Number Three of Loen county.
t8es Democratic Executive Committee I hereby announce maself as a candidate for re-
ealled to meet on February II, form. eleetin to the same position for the coming term.
ecama n Februasubject to nomination by the Demacratic Prim try.
& forutlWy announce my candidacy for I p-int with pride to the great improve .nt of
eion to the position of Stat Atto rney fr our white public schools in every respect. which
theseodjudial Circuit suet to the action hastaken place th o gho it Leon county during
of el DeJocratic voters thereof. If my former the past three years under its press it school ad
A ,milatratifo of this office has met the approval minastration, and congratulate the school patrons
of my people, I earetly ask them for their en- upon the many advantages in the way of oetter
dLwmzent at the cominir primary. I have had as- t4echer'. longer term, batter Pelhool hou.es. m >re
.ny ces from many who opposed me at the last comfortable school furniture, ioul b ackboard&,
-uinm'ary of their intention to give me their full new patent desks, etc.. which they have received
and candid support for renomination, anti that from the hands of our preM'nt -c'h arl ofil 'Ia s. I
they intend to co-operate with my former valuedl rejiceat having been able to% a4..4t in this food
friend and supporters to the end that my vote work, and pl-ei,*- mvtaelf to i', all in my iw a'r to
may be a most astisfactoiy one promote still furt lr impru)novenent4 in c1 I am
I appre ate to the fullest ettent the confidence, honored wit ai it ,her term
imy people have ever shown in me. I would that Yours truly.
my powers were greater that I miirt ser.e them I)AWON Ri>ATg IaI;tIT.
the better. If renominated my U.e and services
shall bie theirs am they have been in the past
G. W. WALKCH. ^FOR MEMHBEIL. O1' THlE IIl)'SE (OF l''ltE.
To the Votersof the Second Jndicial Circuit, corm- SENrFATIVr--
prising th -Counties of on. Jeffer.wmi. Iiad-
eden, Liberty. Calhoun, Franklin and Wakulla: To the rernxo.'rutic V.terrs of lAonr C0irnt)
Having concluded to becorre a candidate for I hereby arnnouine' in 'self a* a canidilnate for t he
Stat Attorney for said Din rict, I shall tw vry nomina 0.is awa i 'aire rtfiltive Iroin thf ru crntv
grateful to you for your support at the coming i i tnh next lA-.isl.tt irI ,tf 'l.,rn In, Mubject to theI
primary. election- pledgiing you fulfill theduui *s actionof the D)ni wrutLi I'rinm ries.
of said offce to the very beAt of my legal knowl- JoeIN 1.. NFI t: .
e* dge, if elected.
1 remain as ever. as in the days of the past. I will be a cantiddatc for nomination and rne-
when I went amount you. pleading the cause e'!oction to the office )(' Itepre- sritativiI. Inth lAt'14W-
true Democracy, when it was then rieceps-ary to islature for lie.ri riconty at Itt: r ,mirnn Primary.
plead. Yours to commiinand. and will appreciate th.ele Mu|,irt I my i fri nut.
NAT. It. WAKER.;. A. S. Wt:i.uq.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
Having -ervel now for more than a year as
Cou ty Ju lie (' i.e in (ou ity. Florida. I hereby
a iiounrlq mytwlf an a ca idiiate for election to
t at uffw Pubject to the action of the Democratic
Primary. I p tIedge, if elected, a faith lu a id im-
partial attendance to the duties of the office.
B. A. MatINinaM.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the
position of County Judre. subject to the action of
the Democrati Primary.
In making this announcement I wish at the
same tame to thank my friends throughout the
county not only for the splendid vote they gave me
at the last primary, but also for th ir maity ex-
presienas of good will and encouragement during
the past two year.
If elected. will perform the duties of the office
faithfully and conscientiously.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I have dec ded to stand for nomination, before
the coming Dem .*ratic Primary e ec ton, for the
oice of County Treasurer of Leon county. My
pope hate known me foray tons number of years,
# that I am fully competent to faithfully
thedutiesof that office, anJ I oicit their
sming t abide by sie resultA of the
Very respectfully. R. A. SHlIN.
S~e ocratic Voter of leom County:
antioe nce myself a candidate for nomi-
re-election as Treasurw of Leon coun-
N subject to the action of the coming
Primary to be held for such purpose.
I wlah to thank all of my friends for their past
e asidnene and support. and will appreciate re-
eeiving again their future support for this office.
JoHN EAsLs PRKINS.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of
Sheriff of Leon County. and respectfully ask your
support for this offiee at the coming Democratic
Primary. If elected I will well and faithfully
discharge the duties of the offie
WILLIAM M. LANGsiTON.
FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I hereby annou ice my candidacy for the office of
Clerk of the Clicuit Court for Leon County. sub-
Jst to nomination by the coming Democratic Pri-
"nar,. and respectfully ask your support for such
If minated and elected, I will give my time
nd best etorta to the faithful performance of the
douti pertaininr to the office
HxTaY T. FELKL.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
To the Democratic Ve terms of Leon County :
I hereby announce my candidacy for the offceof
Tax Collector for Leon County. subject to nomrnl-
Nation by the coming Democratic Prim try, and
respectfully ask your support for such nomina-
If nominated and elected. I will give my time
and b4et efforts to the faithful performance of the
duties pert& ninr to the office.
I W. A. CxMI.LLY.
FOR TAX A.S8KOI,.
S'lalahae, FIP.. Feb. [4. 1901.
J1be Demoratic Voters of Leon County :
I eps0ttfully annnune my candidacy for re
o theo f Asesmor of Tax esfor
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WE,
the unJersiise 1, will on M ) iday. the9th (day
of March. A. D. 19t4. apply to the loioraole Na-
poieon B. Brow-rd, tc;)vernor of the State of Flor-
ida, at rallaha-se. the Cania of said State, for
letters patent incorporatikig ours'lvei and aiso-
,atme as the WIIIAAMS McLAURIN COM-
PANY under the fo!lowinir CnArtr:
J. A. McLAURIN.
J. A. G CARiON,
W. L. MrDOWELL.
IttOPOSED CHARTER OF "'THE WILLIAMS-
NAME Or TiS CORPonATlON.
The name of this corporation hall be Williams-
McLaurin Company. and its principal pla"e of
business shall he at Spring Hill. in the county of
Leon, in the State of Florida. with such branch
offices established elsewhere in the United States
as the Board of Directorn may determinee upon.
GENERAL NAtiRB O THE RUINENSaI TO BE
The ruhaeral nture of the business to be trans.-
acted by this corporation *nall be the manufac-
tunng, farming. producing, purchasing and sell-
tme of lumber and -aval stores, and otherwise
dealnp in forest products of every kind and de-
scriptlo; and the growing. buying. packing.
manufactunng, selling and handling of leaf to-
bacco of all kinds. and all other agricultural pro-
ducts; to boy. sell. oan, bold. lease, rent and Im-
prove real estate and to mortgage and encumber
the same; to an and to borrow money and take
mortgages and other securities; to build, main-
tain and operate warehoumses and packi ig houses
for cunanx. handiing and preparing for market
leaf tobacco, and all other farm products; to uwn
and operate sew mills, rrist mill* and cotton aris.
and to deal in. buy and sell t.mber and timber
land, and to construct tram ways; to raise, buy
and sell horses, mules, cattle and hogs and all
kinds of live stock: to ope ate dairy farms and
poultry farm, and deal in general merchandise.
and make advances on all kinds of crops, and gen-
erally to buy, sell and excha re all and every
character of property real and personal, and to
engage into any anl all kinds of business that
may be incident to. or connected with. or nees-
ary to the proper development and conduct of the
business of this corporation; to have, enjoy and
exercise all of the rights, powers and privileges
granted to corporations tor profit by the laws of
the State of Florida.
The capital stock of this corporation shall be
Twunty-five Thousamnd Dollar, to be divided into
Two Hundred and Ffty dhares of the pas value
of One Hundred Dollars per snare, to be paid i
eah. or for and on account of services. labor and
property, at a just valuatio-i theresf to be fixed
by the ncrportors at a meeting held for that
purpose by the Diretort.
This corporation shall exist perpetually.
O r, PlaS.
o ,M, t. ; e t to thse Drratic Prmr. The businesses of this eorporat" shall be com-
SVw' pe-St kindn easl mad id rton. I dacted by a eeiMdet. Vice-Premident. -ecretary
sanL y u y. muh. nd Wl y gt '""tlly and T'esurrr Lad a Board of Directrs, to consist
prle a re-eleciuon at )Our hands ot not Iles than three nor more than five, and *ueh
WILLIAM O. AMMs. other ocffics and agents as the Board of Directors
8UPRINTN T OP PU C fro time to time provide. Any two o
SUPERIONTENDENT OF PUBUC IN. suc oam m be held by one and the
sTRUCTION. gme pm-aon. The oerro so prided fur
shd be elected at the annual meeting of the
m0"r thanks to the peple of' Lme count stockeders, which shall be held on the th day
fo 1kidM nad _enourmg pasm resgivenmlr e on Dir 9- each and every yar. T mOewI
i healff og the Pail ie deU of owr enlty. I who shah masee the aair m of this 03t
iasmylf a d a** *and fO'e-eti to untl the ti of thef r a u em lt tieft
Itnl, ie of Lt n upt ot of Pablia Is.- saus me eotg o f the stocks ter
sem of teUse my pc rM subljwt to the i o Lafettn Pealt, shahl be; realdentt .
hSered with secod temill I ; VeePrei et J. A. G. ar-m
S w with a "good ter.mIh mn a u 't _Serea dTa r W.L McDowell. ad JA.
m s the ust, dmev e my bes lrts tosthe faith. MleLna. J. A.O. CLaoa.maad W. L. McDewel
fa disel mary* f the duties aof the eoDs, w
EDWARD hwADVoRD 3wlM after e* aij t of thoe S tkbe '
I __ annu .
FM KUPBEVISOR 0F' MIDOITRATION. A9MAVI
'ged the sm at ow IesCkmlv. PFiend. KiOKI a? AOUNT OF WDow DXin
I~~~~ -psemyel failat epae'weluastio The highest amesat o ld In& b neor Amiflty
a" of 3mohm of mltguaof Lessto whisk this Mu'ewsme amny time esbies
il le hmo' et to the aZ&is'of ftheCe IisIWeNsaglbe Twouty-Vige 7msTemadDeIms
I Om ie te 'n ot losfor their
w or.d wil p uslte her lppert AFC3V
ml ~PASM3L P. CinhUzi. The mw meaai rwtdemes at si, o 6e
ca~~pitwol tik ofthi spreos"p~. with 60
lo0k0C(UNIT (OUNIFUCNI3S. illw 1 apisa te aeula o ah
9: amii oef f amy nmbibs .. ....lg hgf
01 a 41 vm Cmty P w4& A.CL am
jar b Wno Gbw
-we, 4. cm J A.
~ bA -'
k30Ws tho b" the per- 9 e~ oMweeo -
dwiy swno did ac-
kNowM ute S uandfo) ,hO r
own fm "ree aet rAian and purposnen
|n B T. WALLFR JR.
Notary Public to the state f ;O lend id
My commissim43 ay 10th 1910 I ry Our lendI
State of ,l"orda .I-
County of Duval. -
Before me Clinton B. WILd. Public cin
and for said state and eMrty appeared
W. L. McDowell, to me weHltthe ,T r-
son -. subscribed to the d
Charter and being by me duly' A I
knowldered that he earned the n W a nlr*
his own fre- act and deed for the ses and pmV .
pose therein mentioned. CLINTON F. WARD.
Notary Puiblic in and for the State of Fliorida at
My commission expires Nov. 13, 1911. i
a e They wil give y ore light
State of Floe kan,
Countyof L*on. for less money than n hng else
Before me Pauline ('cta. a Notary ,i n less money than an ng else
and for the State of Florida at large, ronallv
apooared J A. McLairin, to mi well known to b i
the person who submeribed to the foreyvo i pro
posed Charter. and being b,, r. duly voirn 'iI, you ca get.
naclnowledgee that he sBrned tihe same :nd for i
his own free act and deed for the use.f a, ''i ur-
poses therin mentioned.
P'AII.INE roS TA ', I.
Not r> Pub,.lic iiand for the State of F l, ,atl U Se a Welsback for and
My c.nini-.non ei xptiros Nov 19. 1911
) NOTICE. an Ordorless Heater for heating.
SK'TION SIX OF CHAPTER VIII ALl, 1
Ik I',i.- hall h tw 1 ue ardid payablee onr ,r affrr the
fir'i l4 itf N- ovruilher in eaPch an etvier -:wr. :n(
th C ,:Iletor sha.I1 collect tiv |le\ v anid si. ,of
|.tii i r r'a.l or Ipert' onnl property iill ta ',rs tlat r
rn tin unTipil on the tirst day of Ap'oii 0 1h
mainlner :a- ix providuel by the La'w- of ri o i
'lea. s.,* -that your taxes arlre aiil before April
the 1l 1ity. a4 I| will enforce the' law. Ihs 1s o kl yl
C. Z. I.FNN.
rl-tf Tax ( ll' t,- ot .
Notice of Application for Assignment 9
TtI ALl.IWHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Nt)TICE '-OO 'O -
I hl-rbhy yivei that my petition, which I hav '-
thi fday filed in the Court of the County Jd. 'uvgtif ,mo
iAP ri t'iunty, Florida. in ProIate, prayinrt that
Smy dower in the estate of Yiy deceased husband.
('harles Hancock, late oft aid County anld Stat.. *
may be met auide. i hncrv'v *.t down for ht n rin'n
lfore the Hionorah'e B. A. Meginnipt. Juhlt ...o.f H a m Il n,
said Court, on the 5'th .lay 'or March, A ). 194<.
at t0 o'cick a. m., in hiN office, at allahassee. H
This 20th dav of Febroiary. A. D. 190(.
SUSAN A. HANCOCK. ar
5tw tton Pet ti w arner.
The Houston Post is slightly confused 'EOin,
relative to the school fund of Florida. fe
There is no question of a peachy-cheeked W altham ,
deficit. The trouble is that the school
officials have been so liberally supplied New n lan ,
with funds that they have for forty N England ^k
years neglected to collect 25 per cent.
from all state lands sold, which the
constitution gives to them. -Times- AT P. T. NICHOLSON'S, T
PS5r I S*M* *ti ~, ex, "", tiS' a co eC 0 S a1.
January 31, 1908.
Oh! Papa used to be such
a crank about coffee that he
almost worried poor .nama'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 smacks his lips as
much as to say "Thats migh-
ty good." I can tell you
why this is. Mama has
found out where to buy cof-
fee. The kind we use is
Chase and Sanborns Coffee,
it costs 35 cts. a pound.
P. S.-You can get Coffee at
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
C A. SCHO.MAU,, ProI&
-- NEAR THE LEON HOTEL.
LIVEKY, FEED and SALE.
"LLS PKtSIUmD WKLY.
SAE TEAMS FOR LADIES TO DRIV.
Experienced and Reliable Drivers fd all Teamn.
Hntta Teem.. Sped.y.
Are made from thW highest quality
Animal products which are everywhere
known to be the best,
food-use them and your
better and your poc
/" fatter than ever bef
Manufactured in Jad
EES 'LAXATIVE COUGH
*compeer" o mAT1@WAS. PWM
* ~ as Imprvu ow v ~ay Cough. LWW and 3romeh'm~ Peua
@petM of. 8 daWby inp4n sata ui s mother nn the '.'vv
ms of plant
AND DRM LAW.
cause It ride the
pt dto tfve
6 4 I
.1 1. -
THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
JOHN G. COLLIUS. itblLsher.
i'ULI'I.a.~ n ,I FV :Y RIitlIAN M iNIN
Flowers For the Living
Don't w it :i .. i i y ur
And joined '- .-: .: ,n the
shores of I he .t r',arn
In the landl f ('elest al li '
)n't wait till his I 'ar ha'h n d(leaf-
I-n~ I),. deat- h
Chairs Locals and Persenals
Feb. 18, 1908.
The Valentine Social iriven under the
auspices iof the Junior and Senior Ep-
worth leagues at the home of Rev, and
Mrs. Mickler, was a perfect success de-
tispite the in-lemency of the evening.
'I he decorations consisted of bamboo
festooned about the rooms on which
scarlet hearts were hung together with
bunches of violets, jonquils and niarcis-
cissus. Music was one of the chief en-
joyments of the evening, this being fur-
nished by the h assisted by Misses
.. Always Anzio-n w
Dear Sir: Th,, '
been a weekly vi itS f
about a year, :iid i is always
anxiously aw.tited. stand on the
temperance (q|Lsitir bly taken. I
was born in (JOmn an always (70
years) been mnv hio *t I am greatly
interested in the ment of the
South, especially FI as my son, C.
A. Neal, cuntemp making your
state his future h
In your 17th inst. you
publishedf it .on Free Masonry,
by R. Mkuitt. I t is generally un-
Ti i i 'h ed y onf 01 de .y masons that Masonry teach-
Till his bands have l.,' n :..-sed on ar on th, 01o e, vT 6, the degrees of regenera.
hi s brveat me. R hments consisted tion, from the time he is wandering in
And the heart thAt in lhf. uuld be chocolate, fancy crackers, wafers darkness until he is finally raised trom
thrilled by your rds and fruit were &erved. In the middle death unto life bv the strong hand of
Is stilled 4Lnd forever at rest of the diningroom table was a large the Lion of the Tribe of udah, but
I'oo often, alas! we are charry of Jack Horner pie with pink ribbon at- that each step, symbolizes perfectly
Of a brother whose acts we a ; tached, from which each guest drew a each step, in exact order, of the regen-
A.e are glad we are linked to 'man unique favor to take home as a re- rate life is not generally known; in
such as he minder of a pleasant evening spent at fact, in an association of thirty-five
By the strong chain of brotherly love, the Feast of the Patron Saint of Lovers. years with Masons of every degree, I
tut seldom a word do we speak in his' Mrs. Mickler proved herself an ideal have failed to meet one who had dis-
praise hostess on this occasion as she usually covered it. 4,
Till he's laid in hi.s lu.t bed, does. The enclosed article is an extract
I'hen try to atone for our neg- Miss Pearl McLin, of Tallahassee, from a book I wrote on Masonry some
lect was the guest of her cousin, Miss Eula years ago. I had it copyrighted, but
By throwing boNmluets atthe dead. Glidewell, (at Prof. Woodberry's) from failed to publish it, and it you think it
-,James BElton Adams. Friday till Sunday afternoon. worthy of space in your paper, you are
Misses Ruth Jones, of Black Creek, welcome to it. When I wrote.'Closing
LETTIR TO JEFF FIRIELL and Lottie Pichard, of Tallahassee, Lodge, my object was to have a
TallahasseeFoacame out Friday to be present at the printed separate from the other, but in
T hae Florida. s entertainment and were threading it over I find that it fits on very
Dear Sir: A new word has come into evening's entertainment and were the l particle so"Cls-
welllto the preceding article, so "Clos-
use in paint; it isstrog. Strong paint guests of Miss Will uncan, at the ing Ledge" can be erased and make it
is paint as strong as t can be. Weak boarding e. all one article.
paint is paint not MissMael Bradshaw was the uest do not know tat you are a Masion,
If one paint takes l ns to do a of Miss Mae Stoutamire from Friday if not, Rev. Pruitt or .some otter Ma-
job and another 15, th 10-gallon paint till Sunday wnen she returned to her sonic friend can advise you.
is the stronger. school duties below the burg. Very respectfully.
If one paint wears Iyears, and an- Miss Lilla Smith and Mr. [rank Pow- F. M. NEAL.
other 5, the 10-year pai s the stronger. ell came down to enjoy St. valentine's -
The strongest paint I the one that party. Mr. Powell returned to his For Sale.
takes least gallons and wers longest. home at Oakdale, Saturday morning, One Reg. P. China Boar, 2 year old,
But do such differences exist? Yes and Miss Lilla returned to Oakdale in $25.00. Six Shepard Pups, $5 to $10
and greater. Devoe is t estrongest of time to open school Monday. each. G. G. Gibbs. 5)-4t
all. A job that takes 1Q 4 loans Devoe Mr. Ollie Burroughs, of Jacksonville, no esy l
takes more than 20 of soNl. And a job with his friend, Mr. Hall, made his us- It is no longer necessary for ladies to
of Devoe wears several times as long as ual every-other-week visit to Chaires stand for an hour at the counter of the
a ib of some paints, last Wednesday, stopping over night at Butterick Publishing Co. 's headquart-
E. Perry, East 8th St., Erie. Pa., Mr G. W Patterson's. Mr. B. is a era looking over the fashions for now
painted two houses san use; same traveling man, but says he enjoys at- the company is issuing a book contain-
timen with two paints saaw price; took tending prayer meeting here. ing all the latest styles, which can be
3 glons Devoe to 4 of tlother; and in Mr. Charles Prkins, of Tallahasee bought at Mr. Hill's book store. The
the year Devoe was thbetter looking m Charltins, t thislla cost is only 20 cents, and each number
Made an automobile trip to this village contains a coupon for a pattern worth
he r are strong and weak paints; yesterday on business. 15 cents.
we all want the strongest; paint can't Mrs. J. E. Mickler went to Tallahas-
be two strmug.e see Saturday to visit her brother until
YSF EUVOE & CO Mrs. Wmn. Johnson is suffering from J e a A W
P. 8. Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our a disease suggestively called the
pallSt. "Grippe" and Saturday night she made 104 MASONIC BUILDING.
^ft Dei ecrat:f ^ the mistake of taking a tablespoonful 0 0
IxwJ. hpe Lut r wi pardon ti of Sloan's linament for Wintersmitha Tm nm' Plwnbina
S.wig*p.ardon us Tinning Plumbing
fioir U tylio r-s tonic. Dr. 8tkes was hastily sum- W
my= .W c dm, ee- rbudr. Luckily it was not a rankSheet-Metal W
;a ti o the legsAme. Good ma poon or the result would doubtless
K im tere.-Pmenul JoamaL have proved fatal All work in the line of
A X=Wilson, of the CalhounDemo. *m .
cm, bas announce o uI a a eain-
datp for re-elec *tl a te Lgi.
lastre Brother &- a very
adsfactory reo last legisla-
tum, and if he Is 1 for another
tan we trust that he wU get it. -Pan-
a&m City Pilot.
The True Democrat would vote for A.
Max Wilson, were he entitled to vote in
Calboon, any how. we ask ome good
Democrats ever there to vote for him
for us as he made a good member.
A Wee Bit 0' Baby
Just a little bit o' baby that's
in' how to crawl,
Just a little bit o' baby that's
in' how to bawl,
Just a little bit o' baby that's
in' how to call-
Just a little bit o' baby in the
Just a little bit o' baby that th storks
have brought around,
Just a clutchin' at your 'feq" like a
tree root clutches group l
Till your soul is so expand- that it
seems to leap and bound-
Just a little bit o' baby in the morning .
Just a little bit o' baby that's a blink-
in' up at you,
Just a little bit o' baby full o' gurgle
and o' goo;
Why you'd die for it this mine" don't
you know that's what yoo94 .?
lust a little bit o' baby in the mnrnin'.
Miss Jessie C. Edmond "of Talla-
hassee, frid Miss Bee flllton, of
Marianna, are visiting and Mrs. E.
L. Hutchinson on L St, River-
side. -Times-Union, 18
It seems that there is 4 growing sen-
timent in this part of the *ate in favor
of Albert W. Gilchrist for governor.
Well Gilchrist is O0. K and the people
will not regret it if they support him
for that high office. -Chipo Banner.
The Banner man is right. General Gil-
christ is "*0. K." We know him of old.
* To the list of excellent Democrats
whose names the World has presented
in connection with the esidential
nomination, it now adds me of
Senator Bacon, of Georgi Dem-
ocrat, worthy and well .-New
York World. ad
No one has yet been so as" to
announce as a candidate se ksretary
of State, against Clay C, Clay
like hip noble old father,1t held the
office for so' many hy = so n000-
grafted himself into h will -of
the people that it would b .waste of
time and money for any. oppose
him. A public offL'ial ~au may-
Useribe to you
I -w0* J.
One good farm hand. Regular
and good wages. G. G. Gibbs.
ilamrows Sells Oit
W. H. Brown the well known Indian
trader and merchant in the Everglades,
was in town last week and informs us
that he has sold his place and store in
the 'Glades to Dr. Goden, and expects
to quit trading with the Indians. Mr.
Brown has been trading with the In-
dians foat many years, and during that
time has made 104 trips to Fort Myers.
a distance of eighty miles each way or
a total ot 16,610 miles, and he has
walked nearly every mile of these trip
atongwith ox team of seven yoke. He
will move to Immokalee, where he has
a good home and one of the best orange
C ro'e in the county. Dr. Goden, who
a ht Mr. Brown's place, is an
Epiagpalian missionary to the Semin-
olea, ad as cooducta a hospital for
the bmefit of the Indiana. It is hoped
by Dr. Goden and the Episcopal church
that by trading with the Indians that
Dr. Goden will come in closer contact
with them, and will thereby be enabled
to be more successful in his missionary
work.-Fort Myers Breese.
lameate and State Lib Items.
Mrs. Albert McElvey visited the folks
at Dogwood, Fla., Monday.
Mr. G. M. Livingston will leave us
and go back to his Northern home this
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mimms dined
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ferrel, last
Mr. T. T. Hall, of Sunny Hill, is still
very sick. Dr. Strickland visited him
on lat Friday.
Edlward Crozer, whoever he may be,
has posted against hunting all the land
bordering South of the Sunny Hill and
lamonia road, for about three miles
West of Sunny Hill.
Mr. E. J. Dickey was prevented from
attending S. C. at Metcalf, by personal
illness. We are sorry and hope he will
soon be entirely well.
Feb. 17. The first quarterly confer-
rence of Metcalf Circuit, South Georg-
ia Conference met at Metcalf on last
Saturday, the 15th inst., and Rev. A.
M. Willams, P. E., was in the chair.
Rev; H. J. Graves, P. C., was present.
Three of the four churches constituting
the circuit were represented by one
offeial member only, which shows a
slim attendance. *
Some of ti churches failed to pay
one fourth of their assessment, bu% the
circuit as a whole paid the fourth.
They agreed to give the pastor four
aD and forty dollar for this year.
Dr.W .P. .L preached on Sat-
and a. Y ev. J. M. Oouer,
of T de. was present Op Setur-
day aOd m sea a uh in the afte-
nouato the 8. C. ot the U M'
ei T .VAthi aa thdeleCafter
ato tted the meeting t that *M .
woounng, utenring, opout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
Plumbin a Specially.
Jeff. D. Ferrelh
WHEEL WHRIT and BLACKSMIfH.I
General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience .
A portion of the pablei
patron Ie Is solicited
and satisfactiOn guarans
A nVOIS Swd~lf 11a gkeq h and desm1WIkP M =0
quckr a acrtiae ovimuion frge~bw a
tion.st rictij U.,itflIuin OSvSem
sent. frm U.160 ey f gm..SlMs.~
A haztdamoiy Mumstted "Sea It.
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ALL MACHINES ALL COLORS
Write for Prices and Terms on New
and Second-Hand Machines.
R. C. Davis & Co.,
A4 ,. v
Don't miss it---Don't take our word for
500 yards Satin and Taf Ribbon, none worth
less than 10c per yd and most of it worth
25 to 50c, all in 5 yard pieces and no cut,
choice, at------------.. ---- ------10c yd
Black Tafetta Silk, yard wide, cost $1.50 ev-
erywhere, for a special offering, all you
want as long as it lasts, per yd. $1.00
Ladies Black Lisle and Silk Gloves that cost
you $1.25 all the time, for this sale yours
1000 yards Black, Fancy and Grey Dress
Goods, the kind you never buy under $1
and you often pay more for same goods,
dur ng these 3 days you can have all you
500 yards Black and Fancy Dress Goods, con-
sistint of Panamas, Flannels, Mohairs,
and Worsteds-Such as you always pay
50 and 60c for, but as a special offering in
this sale, you get them at............-------37c
Bleached Cambric that you pay 12*c for, all the
time-all you want, and it is a good qual-
ity too, for...................... 10c yd
100 pairs Ladies heavy Cotton Drawers, some
Ribbed and some fleeced lined such as you
never bought at less than 50c pair, these
3 days you get all you want at- 36c pr'
Ladies Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, Childrens
Ribbed Union Suits, Boys' Fleeced Lined
Shirts and Drawers, such as you pay 25c
for always, these 3 days you can have
them at. .----------- 19c per garment
100 Bleeched Sheets, worth 90c each and you
never bought them for less, as long as.
they last, yours at........---------......69c each
All the 10c Outing in plain and fancies, you
500 yds Cotton Suiting, that always cost you
a dime, for these 3 days you get it for
.......--- -.... ................ 7ce
Alarm Clocks, worth 76c for 55c, worth
for 69c, and the Repeaters, worth
100 Ladies Heavy Skirts, worth $1.00 each,
at ------. ----. ....---------..0c each
Men's Heavy Fleece Down Bath Robes, worth
$2.50, onl. a few left at........... $1.49
If you are needing, or expect to need, Dress
Goods or Silks-Don't miss tN Sale, you
will find many things not m" led that
will be a Money Saving ioppy for
Suisine and China Silks, worth 50c at. 38c
Don't take our word for the brgainft we offer
but come and see them.
100 Men's Suits, in Black and Fancies, worth
from $10.00 to $12.60 each, for 3 days
only, your choice-----............ 7.00
Don' take our word for it, but come nte.
BUVYIN A BUOOY IS NOT LIKE BUYING A MBAL
You can't buy a
Buggy In fifteen mliute.
things Into conslderatio mad
well before choosing.
long time. to run smoothly, to look stylish and b
as cheap as is consistent with good
quality. I b
a large stock of all
to make a seMtle to.
Call around and see
Cor. Clinton and Adaemnu .,
My supply of double and single bugmy omd wg
on harness is complete,
also full stock o pk 1m
bridges, liarmeclar., ta__ Am 4" l
D ESS IN
LES'ANTI-PAIN P LLS
K TAKE ONE O N"
of the Little Tablets
AND THE PAIN IS GONE.
^ If you have
They Relreve P.irm
Quickly, leaviiig no
bad After-ef fects
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Sold in Bulk
J. W. DEMI(LY,
Veteri aary Pysiciau
Dental Wo a Specialty.
W. D. Pratorlus,
NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
Hav a afew tr i d
Bonds. Pups $10.0 i WeD n d,
fast and furious.
b a J
50 p cbt of yowr Shoe M by havbts
A. R. S. TWINE
Repair your Boots and Shoe. first Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteed
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
SDein ad Pressing. Firt-Css Workman do this work. Your old
a ma new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothe
to At. Old Panama Hata Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
Moo .342 ~~ t
TWipoom No. 275.
NEXT DOOR TO PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.
A Cap of WhNW em orw h LaWe
Nome ad Jav n 1be
is what goes straight to thehe art o
every mea at breakfast tim, ad ewer
oee knows that emly good greerm kee
good coaes We take espe 1 prde
our brIa a they d ave mSde o
store famse. Jut as good a the o
fee we sel am n tea. wish prislp&
holds good tughout owretira staci
We aseA t but the best of too
prodoct-t p we Bhve tAted W ,o
Harvesting Machinery Hard
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We sM gioe yom so ow iutr. on
Af a M dmwe m ia
'V. J. RANDOL
POW t e& ow.
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