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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: November 6, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00194
Source Institution: University of Florida
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LWei; Ice;ql Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.

NO. 37.

darel a better oun-
A&" "- l therefore God
~tw forthem.aeityI.

ad due tole for thess. c He
at o i ad st*ng an

bee a the mird the d If Godre

en, d, intota this, to resst sch
ti he and endur e such tests as
o with tlefid. Ble mak-d
hIt was need.t that He
a in a wider, deeper sense d
it we naedful It seems to ma the

vt of Christ's lifh e was that hae
s ube true man--not a mare phan-
toe e humsal ; not meral Gd with
S s s ateOrm that rea, thia,
a man, such as you toand Iats
up iould God revealuch the ntimate

eomeaes between Himself and us, and
Smself the pos wition of our ed
l.;e ar d ti wa meaedf- t that He must
be mbJet to the lltn tlona'of our h-at a
maltu l Ill r t i bodily condi-l
tionOs and nem a wide, mental pe le-
: aritiss, is knowledge, in liabihty to hun-
* J.r, Naeaeandmm. Hemustatboipen
it wa ttesdf eIt able to feel the
". etlos of sinful ourse, and able.
a chose even to yield to ife wa thattra he
Si Unle sthes thin swerameseein
dL i bHetwouldbea wot e, portent,

to seshow, in lnly oeofl t Hee
tMV1bto m of t; not meweo d with

SM a e God reveal the intimate.
ia aa encdm and aminist, d
Sssor bref to there I am led attio of our Ral

S ; and thusonsmean this Heda t A
.b n m Ml ain a curboiy wan o
StIaof tho evil able to few th
m wtr walked with od; men whoA
Waged a warfare st evil and on- able,
USlset dIed I n the faith to hey ad I
'. Jis. MaUn toehe through w ere oen
t ia brother a spir wit al per-
S whlebs t andmost be to s whoiare

m& wfat the mhast Amspte d
Ugdo dei then a tohe viNthe'
e ida h l amtodameaaW minof I
ea moeth wth I am led naturally

4 toe who, a few t v anu

Sefait once nh ou to the
e who alked with Gd; me whoa
SWed a wafare atbinat evil la on-al

iad mited m to reach they ad In
Kh e who, through l the l power

Sf ve tof theigh, reaster, weevil
atta d a MOa and spiritual PoW.
or whh s asad putsh betoo us whsre
asw ft and aaJog thenaration.

t my or a man of God. A
Ssat aa uid of him, The
todo W duty, leaving
e th Oa- of God"-

R with.t a
: eubl ive, an up.

whether d God take her mntol m-

ww worth inete church
Iw ln -gathe r ed to b tore-
BIS. l l.,was ewalnmed with
l alln infa and whose eon-
staefi- t was the church and who
Ma a w and who h
rthe of .itim calling, now
ehbsUthepraeisesof his King with the
white rebelthouwvi waiting for the
a vision of hi Savor whom
The reverenceand love manifest-
ad herebbefore the altar of God, isaintea.
aliOd wbmheaven's choir unites with
rith's in praise to the Triune God.
Bsingand honor and glory be unto
the Lamb that was sain from the foun-
dation of the world. The bps which
S the 884th hymn here with the
rthly eboir speaks now in the pralies
of his ai eternaUy. And the promise
is to him who has ione and to uaon this
sW of ukave: 4"*Thine eyes shall mee
the King In His beauty; they all be-
hold the land that Is very far off."
Another shortly followed thin one-a
young man with all life's promises be-
fore him. An insidious disease had for
months weakened him and his native
climate proved to him and his family that
longer to remain in it would be speedy
death; so he moved from sone to sone,
now in a high altitude among the Rock-
les with no apparent benefit, then to a
lower altitude with some little hope of
betterment but only transient; then
the *reat _chane away from home and
family and tdU remains brought home
iad lad to rest in God's acre-requies-
eat no pe-till, at the trump of God,
the quik and the dead shall face their
Savior, and the great family of one Sa-
vior Christ shall be reunited forever.
A little darling infant, a tender flow-
er from the garden of the Lord breath-
ing the breath of life but only for a few
months, is carried by the ministering
spirits of our heavenly Father into hM
heavenly home. Another, a lovely child,
matured beyond her childish years,
whose love was for the church and
whose prayers were always for baher, and
who. (If od had ben pliased to apare
Naher g), wouldhave been great work-
ar hI the church's field, passed away.
spotless, holy, with the sealofOhrist
Sbe forehead. sad be with the other
blessed one are now before tke throne
of God and serve Him day and night in
His temple, and He thatitteth on His
t n ll% dwell among tbim. "They
shall hunger no more, neither thirst any
more, neither shall the sun light on
them, nor any heat. For the Lamb
which is in the nidst of the throne shall
feed and shall lead them into living
fountains of waters, and God shall wipe
away all tears from their eyes."
Another dear soul lies with the bodies
of those who walked with God. A reg-
ular attendant and ommun'cant of this
church, for many years infirm, but still
failing himself able on God's Holy Day
to attend the services. He was a regu-
lar attendant until a week or two be-
fore I came, and from this time on,
without much suffering, he gradually
wasted away and his end was peacefuL
"Biesoed are the dead who die in the
Lord, for they rest from their labotrs."
We need not recount how well he ae-
quitted himself in his position of trust-
iouSee It to ay,"Beingagood man ad
fall of the Holy Ghost and faith, his
work was but the natural expression of
a good, conscientious Cerlstian life."
He shoeps weUI
These all died and were buried with
Christian rites. They await the resur-
rection of the just. Beloved, bow hard
it is to be bereaved-to part with those
whom we have loved, who have been
the best part of our life. This, how-
ever, is the very school of Divine dis-
epH|ae. By all this we are being train-
ed for a ltfe of higher and grander ear-
v t larger world we
a I rt. It is clear to me thaed
stemide lat, and that he aeo intended
that w botdd have to battle all our
life lesgneonflicts with the evil, and
afte *Ufewe shall enjoy the bliss
and gloryaf Paradise. grant this
tio a, tfth- Jesuaos Christ, to whom
witftheaatber and Holy Gboat be all1

Why Celds Are Deanecaus,
UsO0r- you have eoatraotd ordl-
m.i m *Ml and recovered be them
l t ti~_-tasat of ear kined, do not
1r a umest Imagine that colds are
aMt 4Maeem Everyo knaow that
Mlramei -a obroale lstarrb have
! etin ls in a commoe oo01. Con-

:1upsra osI"emfor the

of' thega

040 --ot- w-w Ia ba

It bas nw VH

Stat S1l Funds.

early OneR 4d Dollars

Hon. W. M. Holw State Super.
intendeatof Public ,ition. distrib-
utewa the bW shoots of the
State one thoua"ad de*
lars, thea e being the lergast ser-
annual apportioment the State One
Mill School Tax ever Wm.
* T1AL.AaAsU FLA., Nov. 2,190&
Amount for apportionment $M,154.76.
Rate per pupil, $1.00.

.p Av
Clay ---------
Colimbia .--------
DeSoto ..-.........
Duval -......---....--
Jackson --------
Jefferson .....----
Leon-- ...........-------
Madison.----- ----
Manatee.----. --
Marion8 -----
rPaso ..........
Polk.. -....
St. Johns .....--
St. Lucie........
Santa Ross........
Vol .....a-------..
Wakulla....---.. -
Washington .......







Total --------94,987
Total amount for apportion
ment .-- ...-- ..- .. -- ..-

S4, 6200
1,854 00
756 00
2,681 00
1,7I 00
2,186 00
,6570 00
4,0w 00
i6 00
1,4 00
6.876 00
1,417 00
4,620 00
3,050 00
856 00
1,311 00
591 00

0m 00

2.07V 00
3,089 00
684,967 00
- 96.154 76

Balance in fund not appor-
tioned-.....-.....----..--.... 1,167 79
IHlfs Daftghters Samai.
The King's Daughters will hold a
bazaar on Tuesday, November 10th, at
the old armory building on Seth Mon-
roe street. Doors will open omptly
at twelve o'clock. Turkey salad, nys
term served iq.every style, cake, coffee,
leecream, and everything nice to eat to
be had. There will also be a table of
fancy work and a tent in which palms
will be read by two lovely young for-
tune tellers.
Let everyone come and aid the King's
Daughter in their noble work. Any
contributions will be grateful received
and appreciated by the King'a Daugh-
Mr. John P. Roberts went to the polls
Tuesday and voted for his fiftieth suc-
cessive year, without a single failure,
and every vote has been cast for the
democratic ticket.

Approximate Majority Over All Iso Gv.
en at 20,000.

In complete returns from over the
state of Georgia indicate that Bryan
and Kern carried Georgia Tmesday by
a clear majority over all other MOdi-

The majority,

however, will be

small, probably not over 30,000.
Tift has carried eight coaUste and
two others trm which the completed
returns have not been reported are la
doubt, with Itdications polatft to
Se suecees of Taft. The Ta ame.

ties meCaogForsyth,
$go, Hhs.N


Olaesook, Johnson, LUncoln, Oconee,
Screen and Warren.

The Hisgen and Graves

vote all

throughout the state of Georgia was a
negligible quantity. Thbe Indepen-
denoe party candidate, did not carry
a single county.
The counties wkich gave majorities
to Roosevelt over Parker four years
ago, and which have not Po far re-
ported, include Dawson, Pannan,
Towns and Union. They are normal,
ly republican.
Jeferson, whioh save Roosevelt a
majority of 110, sto put in the Bryan
column this year by a plurality of
The returns by counties tell their

own story.

Taft WflM Thc

Not Presldent.

Election News From Different South-
ern States--298 Electoral
Votes Certain.
The election on Tuesday was a very
quiet affair in Tallahausee, and through-
out Leon county, there being no con-
test against the regular Democratic
ticket, worthy of note.
Owing to the length of the ballot it
was almost noon of the following day
before the votes were counted in some

It will require the offl- of the larger precincts.

olal consolidation of the vote at noun
Wednesday to arrive at the total vote
or the precise majority of tae demo-
cratic national candidates.

He Will Net Comment on Result Until
*Later On.
When the election returns began to
come in to democratic national head-
quarters shortly before 6 o'clock,
Chairman Mack arriving from Buffalo
about that time Tuesday, In company
with State Ohalman Oonners. In a
little room overlooking Broadway and
through the windows of which a tre-
mendous din came from shouting,
through the street below, the election
bulletins 'were received by telephone

and telegraph. In the room with
Mr. Mack, in addition to Vice Chair-
maa Rudapeth and a number of party
leaders, were Mrs. Mack and others.
The $rst buUetUn that came in was
ftrl lffa.lo, the home of the national
chairman, ait 't .,owed that Taft
w." leading Bryan. This wasa quakt
ly followed by bulletin from Syracuse
Rochester, nrmira, Watertown and
Albany, in the order named, all of
which gave Taft a lead over his op.
Shortly after a dispatch came from
Cincinnati, claiming a plurality of
5,000 for Bryan in the city. and this
was regarded with satisfaction. As
district after district throughout the
state and in Greater New York showed
Taft steadily leading Bryan, it seem-
ed apparent to the leaders that democ-
racy stood a small chance of carrying
the empire State, and news from the
xest was anxiously awaitd.I
Chairman Mack stated that he had
nothing to say untU later on.

It was impossible to get any definite
information as to the number of votes
polled at the different precincts for the
respective candidates.
The canvassing board meets after
The True Democrat goes to press, and
the official count can not be given until
next issue. The democratic ticket was
given the usual sweeping majority all
through the State, the opposition tickets
receiving but a small vote.
The school amendments, in which the
people of Tallahassee were greatly in-
terested, were probably carried by a

small margin. Returns from the na-
tional election follow below:

General election returns throughout
the United States, received up to an
early hour Wednesdtay morning.
showed the following results:
William H. Taft, of Ohio. has been
elected president with 29t electoral
votes secure, and thirteen doubtful
Practically no change is Indicated
in the complexion of the national
house of representatives.
The United States senate will return
its present republican majority.
Governor Chailes E. Hughes has
been re-elected In New York state by
about 76,000 plurality.
Indiana has gone for Taft by from
15,000 to 18,000 plurality.
Bryan apparently has carried Ne-
braska, although the reauhiraes. .till
Claim the state.
Ohio returns have been seriously
delayed, owing to the immense size of

the ballot, but Taft has carried the
HEARST IFLE8 PETITION state by a majority ranging from 60,.
ABOUT 4A*eKELL SUIT ,00 to 75,000.
-- Taft carried New York city by about
Omaha, Neb.-A petition signed by 11,000 plurality, this being the first
William R. Hearst before a notary time the city has given Its vote to a
public in New York and asking that republican presidential candidate since
the $600,000 libel suit filed by Gov- 196, when Mr. McKlnley had a small
ernor Haskell, of Oklahoma, against plurality.
Mr. Hearst in the state court of Ne- Mr. Taft received a greater plurality
braska, In Omaha, be transferred to In New York state than President
the federal court, was filed here by Roosevelt did four years ago, the In-
J. W. Battin, Mr. Hearst's local dicatlons pointing to 202,000 for Taft
attorney. as against 175,000 for Roosevelt.
The basis of the petition is that Hisgen, the independence party can-
as the parties to the suit reside in a Eldate for president, receiolved about
state other than Nebraska, the case 8,000 votes in Greater New York.
cannot be tried In a state court. There The indications are democratic gov.
sla a legal question Involved In this errors have been elected In several of
as to whether such a case can be the middle waters states that have
transferred to the federal court. given their presidential votes to Taft.
Dd P. Smith, local attorney for Gov. -Mr. Taft/ a exceeded Mr. Roose
ernor Haskell, said: volts plurality In New Jersey and
"I would rather try the case in a Maas.aasetts, as well as In New
federal court, if It has Juariletlon, York state..
for the reason that the state laws of e republlean plurality fell off
iebraska do not allow any pualtive heavily I the mIole west, a matter
damages, a. d the federal court oeu. thoroughly surprising to republloans.
HWlf the amount we are sng or, weaker Canaon hs been reelected
800r.000, represents pUnlv-- a by i M usual majority.
55. R"-rmeattlves Paye. of New

Mrs. Philp U. Ball goes to Tallahas.-
e this aorninfr to visit Mrs. C. Z.
BalL-Jackneille Times-Uniona.
Mr. a7d Mrs, Raymond Cay, 6f Jack-
sooville, ae the rusts of Mr ad Mrs.
CbQuin Qm North Monroe atrt,.
Tb Mwld eh i homen e
sm a awiUte for te hill country and

o o* Dawkis, a student from
ef wsh sweieM sbekls
......a o y

Ywrk, and Daisell, of Pennsylvaania,
have beea relented, and the hose
of representative probably will mo-
UsaMe uAer Its old raael
Mr. Payne willU ave oarge oaf ti
new tarW bil la the extra seasleO,
whlhk Mr. Taft wUI call aia diately
after Mercm 4th next.
Missouri ha roetrad to the 8.l-
il Seeat" on the presidential ticket,
ad dlu eteN Cowaerd as Is govsraer.
Tls aet retura reeivel weo fem



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Dr. Thoms N. Evans Dentist, office
up stairs, next to telegraph office.
'Phone No. 257. 28-tf
T. B. Ellis, Jr., of Gainesville, spent
Tuesday here.
The play without a superflous word,
"The Thief."
W. A. Scott, of Quincy, autographed
at the Leon this week.
J. E. Reese, of Vareen, spent Wed-
nesday in Talahassee.
The Thief is unique in many ways
at the Opera House, 12th.
Huh A. Bryan, of Spring Hill, via-
ited friends here ursday.
Edward Fitzgerald, of Jacksonville,
was at the Leon this week.
Don't forget "The Thief," at the
Opera House, November 12th.
J. A. Crews of the Florida Times-
Union, spent Wedneeday here.
J. A. Hendley, of Dade City, was
visiting friends here Wednesday.
Nat. R. Walker, of Crawfordville,
was a business visitor here this week.
Born to Professor E. R. Smith, of
the State College for Women, and wife,
a son.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Talbot
Whitfied, a daughter, on Friday, Octo-
ber 80.
State Senator John Nel, of West-
Ville, was at the Leon Hotel Wednes-
Mr. John Bennett, of the D. R. Cox
Furniture Company, is critically ill,4
having two trained nurses in attend-
J. R. Davis, a prominent Jackson-
villian, was stopping at the Leon this
General D. Lang, of Chattahoochee,
ex-Adjutant-General, spent Wednesday
in the city.
R. Roy Ashmore, of Crawfordville,
was regtered at the Bloxham hotel
this week.
Mr. N, Albrtton was called to his
home at Callahan Monday by telegram
announcing the death of a much be-
Mr. A. C. Blount, Jr., and wife, of
Pensacola, were registered at the Leon
Hotel this week.
Col. Max Krauss, one of the jolliest
knights of the grip on the road, spent
Thursday at the Bloxham.

Governor Broward and his official
Cabinet all went to their repective
honos to vote, returning on Wednesdajy
and Thursday. L g..
The Tatlha1 J Er and Light
eatingg to the mains
A Pto supply their new office on South
Adams street.
F or mild, easy action of the bow-
els a single dose of Doan's Regulets is
enough. Treatment cures habitual con-
stlpation. 25 cents a box. Ask your
druggist for them.
Cane grinding in the country are
now at their height, and Tallahassee
peoplare reeiving quite a number of
invitation to attend them.
H. L. Bethel is at present at Bartow,
where he is engaged in erecting a steel
iagi the Summerlin Intitute
buildig.-T pa Times.
Mr. Alfred Short has returned frm
a viit to his family at Lumber City,
Gs. He expects to have them here
with him by the first of January.
Mra. C. S. Clogh, of Galveston,
Texas, will arrive in a few days to
spend the Thanksgiving season with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Evans.
Don't let the baby suter from encs-
ma, sores or any Itching of the skla.
Doan's Ointment gives Instant relief,
cures quickly. Perfectly safe for chil.
dren. All druggists sell it.
Mr. H. N. Sweeting is ready to show
a fll line of eutglas and hand-painted
hie and will quote pries onthem
that will make them come within the
reach of all. 84
Mrs. Clifford McCall, of Monticello,
and Mrs. Walter Eaton, of Wayeanos,
Ga., who is visiting friends and rela-
tives in Monticello, made their friends
and relatives of Tallahassee a pleasant
but to our regret, a short visit Wednes-
The Ladles Aid Society of the Pres-
byterian Church will have their Annual
S Christmas Basarr the first week in De-
comber. They will serve their usual din-
ner and refreshments. Will also have a
beautiful display of fancy work.
Mr. P. C. Williams, formerly of
Chaired. but now of Quiney, well known
in Talsaee, was in the city Sunday,
and reports a peculiar and painful eei-
dent to himd.l He was preparing to
a bottle of soda waterwhen it ex-
Shattering hO glass into frag-
mp palnfaul lacerating his and.
t e e also cut an
e womed in the calf of his leg.
T~h hu pr were a
Sa to wake on the mor
m d Hajlowoewen anad find that the
1 barreldid met eeupy -u-
em their frost verandas;
thdr gao" IwereAM
and that t o a l
pm fks et a -n w n

^^BB~yf 'g'yggyt*1*!^

There are only seven characters in
The Thief which Charles Forham will
bring to the Opera House Nov. 12th.
A painful accident happened Monday
afternoon to little Mary, the young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D-
mon. She was thrown from the back
of a pony and, falling on her arm, broke
the Wae bone just above the wrist.
Lade very naturally dislike to wear
eetaes. They are not becoming.
But eylasses are tylld1 and by buy-
ing toe dainty little g noY spring
w ih hold your glasses firmly I poI-
tion neither your eyes nor your beauty
is impaired. See Sweeting. 84
Dr. James Randolph and wife were
guets this week of Mrs. Randolph's
parents, CoL and Mrs. John S. Win-
4p. 'They were the out-of-town
guests at the Bethel Hallowe'en euter-
tainment Haturday evening.
Hon. R. Hudso Burr, of Tallahassee,
is a prominent arrival at the Aragon.
....Mr. W. U. Sadler, of Lake City, Is
a guest of the Aragon. Mr. Sadler is
state bank examiner ..Mr. J. L. Bil-
llnley of the state lal department
at Tlh Ies, a t of the Wind-
The Tallahassee Musie Club has at
last perfected permanent arrangements
for the winter. They will UMt every
Thu day evening m the O. l Pows
hall, and on thelat Tuea mWgft of
the month will give an opeqeecert at
the College ChapeL The af me.-
brn is eonstanuty increaing- great
interestis manifested in the wekly
Fall is here with its Ivlerating
weather. Everybody feels bried up
for the coming season and their view o
the "time" changed. Theyalwher
fear a panic. but they are to
pend their money upon their
peaurea and need. Then w e-a
Spend it to better advantage em
at H.N.Sweeting's Jewelry store.
A delightful fish fry was one of the
entertainments given last eveniSg. A
party, made up from among the teaeb
era of the college and a few towns-
people, went out on a moonligh6lenlc
to Lake Hall, and there enjoyed them-
selves eating fresh fish just caught out
of the lake and cooked over coals on
the beach. After supper the party
gathered around a roaringg fire and
told ghost stories and other marvel-
ous happenings untif time" for the
homeward drive.
The Country Olub\ entertainment
last night was a brilliant affair. The
beautiful veranda and grounds were
illuminated with Japanese lanterns,
and the rooms were brilliant with
lights, flowers and beautifully dresd
women. Dancing and cards prevtied
entertainment for the guests, ma a
delicious supper was equally enjoyed.
The regulaJ'.-Frit',y af u iol 1POWP-
tUons will be continued as usual.
Mr. and Mrs. g. B. Byrd have with
them Miss Mary Collins., of Enfleld, N.
C., who is the guest of their daughter.,
Miss Clifton Byrd.

Will Again Take Up His Residenat i
Jacksonville, When Gilchrist 00e14
Governor Broward has spent several
days this week in the city. He came
home principally to cast his vote for
Bryan. While here the distinguished
gentleman has mingled more freely
than usual with the people, and talked
on State matters with many. inpart-
Ing some very valuable Innformation
in regard to his drainage and the
sale of lads in tue Everglades sec-
tion. Governor Broward tois always
cheerful and an interesting conver-
sationalist, especially when it comes to
State matters. He will move back to
Jacksonville in January, as his term
as Governor will then expire.-Jack-
sonville Metropolis.
Is Secata Votes la kr f FtPlame
Ceotest hr Two Hanaome Plames.
The Piano Contest evidences much
greater interest this week. Mas Flor-
enee Proctor getting ahead of Miss
May Stoutamire again wile Miss Alli-
good, now third with a very perep-
ble increase in her vote amd Meveral
others made handsome advances. It is
possible for a couple of the young ladies
who are now at the very bottom to win,
for several hundred thousand votes will
doubtless be poled before the close of
the contest, which the new manage-
ment thinks will occur some time in
The two pianos are exceedingly hand-
some and valuable ones, and are to be
gvye away absolutely free to the youn
diee securing the greatest number of
votes. Get l your friends to work in
euri ubeeription to the True Dm-
ocrat. We will make a very interest-
ig announcement next week.
The children of the public school
will give an entertainment next Fri-
day evening, the 13th inst., the pro-
ceeds of which will go to the piano
The girls will each provide a box of
lunch to be sold to the boys at auction
and the boy buying the box will share
It with 4he girl who brought it. The
little fdlks expect to get a lot of fan
out of their party, sad it is hoped that
the older people will use- the siaeessty
of helping them put It through eeM
The pliao Is a amenaMty to s
sch. tt ..tism5y55~1s
i pow owUU-


No better guarantee of the excel-
ence of a dramatic production could
e given playgoerm than the notice
hat Herbert Kelcey and Effte Shan-
on are among the chief performers
SIt. A play would have to be ta"e
deed to fall to please under the fn-
arpretation of this skilful pair; but
When the play lI la all respects worthy
:f their abilities, the theatergoer may
atly anticipate an evening of ae-
rame pleasure. In the extraordinary
hrahniT n.pkb bPgkrrgb)MBaMPP TH
play, "The Thief," which Charles
Prohman will produce at Moaos
Opera House ov. 12, Mr. Kelcey and
iea shan"So have two of the moet
powerful and eoaSenal role they have
asayed la may seasons.

The leson is making

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cu ca DULY T AW U .
Sixty adS* meamben hr elewaNd
Neghodit Chuseb, bulb,
At the reMular ofrganlatO of Best.
Yard M. I. Church, Soath, TAh a
night, e following radltMal charts
member we enrolled, making a ar-
ter mem blwaip of sixty:
0. C. VeaBrunt, Mn. Mate
bo e Levy, GladIys H .l
Reynd, Mrsa. M ary. Hais,
g raftyThelma Parley,
gisru* -,IN. McKinnon'
thel d rs., Arne l Miss
Susie MeGruff, Willia MB
Rev. d Paa f Moatielo
was presMt and posebed the orgad-
sation aarmon.
Mr. arawen H. 8troman was elected
Church Sefretary.
The- f o will onati
tute the Bocrof Stewards:
0. C. VaBrunt, chairman; George
P. Banks, seretry; 0. C. Parker,
treasurer' John G. lla,T. N. God-
boldt, F. L White, Job MeKeadrick.
The follown committee were also
appointed by Rev. I. Patton
Finance and Building Committee--
R. N. MeKinnon B. W. Shaw, Munro
Brown. M. L. Grifn. Miss Chftot
Byrd, Mrs. J. C. Willamason, Mrs. Val-
etta Atkinsom, nd Boad of Stewar
Musie Committee-Mrs. Laa Caswell.
chairman, Misses Ida M. Carter, Susie
McGrlff Arlena Lewis. Janetta Byrd
Nellie athes, Annie Godboldt, Ma-
mie Ray, Jessie M. Farley, Mem.
MunroBrown, F. L. White, Albert
Flowers and Decoration Committee-
Mir Clifteon Byrd, chairman Mr. R.
N. Mfcinnon Mra. LGrMo r. Mr.
Mary L. Haire, Misees BlR e McGrl,
MarGodboldt, Julia Nia, Nellie Da-
vi Rael J. Lews.
VIistatit of Poor Sick and Strang-
ere-Mrs. J. C. WiUliaman, A. Rey.
molds, Ge. M. Carter, B. N. Mathe,
M. L. Clauer, 0. C. Parker Maggie
Shaw, Mattle Bareo, Arline Yo .
Committee on Sunday SchooMs-. C.
VanBx-t, chairman, B. N. MatheU ,
Mrs. Ware Godboldt, Mrs. J. C. Wl -
so, Mr. Georgia Farley, Mrs. L
. Ray, Misse Julia Nims, Florrie
Proctor, Onelta Stroman.
Lookout Committee-Albert Mathes,
chairman, Gladys Haire, M. L. Griffin,
Jr., WillieRa Jesie Dell R olds.
Geoo Clay Farley, Thelma aley,
SonTe Lev.Ethel Allen, Wilie Pitte ,
Mrs. S. Pitts.
Local Talent in Large Numbers Will
Present "At the Village Post Office"
in Opera House Monday Night for
Benefit of Public School.
Monday night at the Operas House
therr will b.~ -fu, .and ateorta1nmen4t
Ialore. The public school, assisted by
Mr. and Mr. David V. Bush, who are
apecfalistsln this line, will give a most
elaborate entertainment, together with
the side-splitting faresecomedy. "At
the Village Post Office." The cast re-
quires twenty-four people, and Talla-
hassee will draw largely on the ranks
of her talented amateurs in rendering
this mirth-provoking and thoroughly
mjsyable perftm..atoca.
In addition to the comedy, there are
other pleasures in store for the even-
nng. There will be a number of spe-
!laltles, and oae of the most enjoyable
and beautiful parts of the programme
will be the reditton of drills and
marches by lanre and well-drilled
number of children and young ladies.
The perfor maee by the tots alone
will be worth the price of admission.
n all, the partclIpants will number
almoet oe headed. The entertain-
nent will be givea under the auspies
>f the public eshtool for the piano fund,
md will. as It should, be Mgreeted with
n overflow heous. The public school
* behlnnd on paygests for the an.
ad is fortunate Ia securing Mr. and
Ers. Bush to stage the comedy "At
he Village 0oes Office," which has
net with s uecess in the West,
Jorth aad 8ol.
Toe best talent obtainable will be
fen ln this programme. It .will be
aright, catchy, attractive, etertaining,.
ot a dull moment during the evening.
'altahassee will welcome the oppor-
unity to show'ita appreciation of the
great work being done by the public
school, and will fill the Opera House
with seeh a crowd as will luaspire the
erformers to do their utmost to make
he occasion the success It deserves.

Again the grim Reaper has ruthless-
ly cut down the delicate and lovely
flower blooming among the ripened
grain. After a few days illness, Lina
Elizabeth, the 13-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gwynn, paseed.
away last night about 7 o'clock,-'fe
child was not supposed dager-
ously ill un tU!j.~ an hour before
hec-4t., 9so that the end came with
an overwhelming shock to her de-
voted family and many friends.
Little Lina was the youngest of a
large family of brothers and sisters,
and the pet of them all. She was an
exceptionally lovely child, gentle and
winning In manner, unselfish in dis-
position and bright in Intellect. Her
standing In the eighth grade at school
was with the highest, and her popular-
Ity among her young friends annd
classmates testified to the s eetness
of character for which she was gen-
erally beloved.
The funeral service will take place
this afternoon from St. John's Epis-
copal Church. at 3:30 o'clock.
The following gentlemen were select-
ed for pall-bearers: J. Perkins,
John T. Costa. A. McDougall, Guy
Haines. 0. M. Jacoble, A. H. Williams.
Mrs. GOlbbs, wife of our well-known
citizen, Mr. G. G. Gibbs. living about
two miles northwest of the city, died
last night, after months of suffering
from a painful and insidious disease.
Mrs. Gibbs was a modest, retiring
woman, devoted to pher ipme and
family, charitable in word and deed.
and patient under many afflictions
and much suffering. Her husband and
two daughters will sorely miss her
from the home-circle, and many
friends will mourn her loss.

" kwIatn k bestM taiwo ( U
CWtO by Camfttes.
Miss Floreoe Proctor.....47.415
Miss May tstamlre, Bax-
R hAm .......... 0
so 1ulA iWo a......... 1 I1
"Alicee PaJee Chaia re
Mary Wndham........ I0

Myrtle Gra Ce-
treville....-...-....- 5'
Katie West, Montlcello 1
SdaRohle............- INS
SJalnba Forbes, Woty.dle O
BlousaCate-..---.---.. I
SUnle McGil---- 11M
Ju"aJa eJo= 1 ------- 1000
S Ltt Pihard ........ 00-
.g, Lewi, Woodville,
*IPmSI CoWta .......... W0
E llis DarseyConcord_. No
Gertraue ChIttendem.... W
Mr. JnO.RobeonWoodville 10
AnnieLester,Motioeo SW
Mrs. George SmlthCrawfornd
ville.............. o
Mias Uin m uds Montiel o,
"Ruth Doses............. so
Miss CAeor"e teey--e -r. N
Mae" a a dQuin y 1
Mins Famale Wilon--------- 100
Coa Taylor, MontIcello 100
Committee: Messrs. Bradford Byrd,
Luther W. Holloway and J. G.Coi.
Coupons must be voted each week,
on or before date they bear. Notice
date and do not hold them after date or
they will become vod
"Had dypepa _or
. Ya.e-atte, ana what I did
ditressed me terribly. Burdook Blood"k
Bitters cured me."-J. H. Walker, B
bury, Ohio.
The Wauchula Advocate s aW : Tbe^
State paqor have it Asin that Gov.
Broward is going to cail an extra e-
sion of the lislature. This t-itis
to be ealed shortly after the ltM.
This would mean a sMion of the e-
ly elected legislators. Let he w aes.
The oftenor the lgislatureconvenes
ofter we can have a county diies


Mr. C. C.arAN, wmho eM
ura =Bridgfe, briato the tus do
crat oHeW, a eIBRij wash iseli
If everease, two are ef em um the
Same It wa A e ~ ww Bly
i while be p.
corn is of the Mary ai vt
and i very prl ie.
ROtlere Alfod mad a friend "

kilair a meoster ramttle ,a
eleva rattles.


MUM Ad4, IBMmee i
Room"- Wor J0 m- --ANDNisWe Fm

Nil -W 966-0
am osmum% 4 pm4qm. i
$m =ma o s 4


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Lvm"me C oe e hr 9IN89.
Preale Murphree, of the Woman's
ColI, in a pite of tie amiuldtie
ad d gmeemta a former
attempts torovide for a course of Ly-
ceumo arwaaee hasmade one more
effort ths year to provide a serie of
hilgtoned and instructive entertaln-
meat for the benefit of the hundreds of
co ege irdl committed to his eanr, as
well sfor those of our citiseas who
care for something more elevatig and
refined than the cheap John" els of
eatertasiaents with which Talaihse
Seems to be flooded each year.
The present Lyceum course will be by
far the fla4t hat has ever been
Wi t here. It consists of five eon-
termtanmat--the Carlisle Indian Band,
Roony Bros., Royal Hungarian Or-
cestra, Signraori Morel, a ian op-
era siner, and a lectu by Wendling.
Tb preis$ 6for a double eat ea-
son ticket, 8 for a ingle-seat. These
tickets are tansferrable. They may
be had b applying to Mr B. Gor-
man at the T D ocrat ofe.
It is an absolte requirement that
these tickets should be paid for in full
before seats are reserved for the first
entertainment, so suerbers will do
well to attend to the matter at once.
The first number will be the Indian
ana very magniseent and high-
attration. Reserved eats to
iuamber to outsiders who do not
hold eassotickets willbesoldfor$2 50.
Thus you will see that two seats at this
one entertainment will come within one
dollar of the price of a double seat to
the whole course.
Send in your name and your money
at once and secure admisson to this
splendid series at once.


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IT nun b -m- -&A

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^i^Ml kteo M at, or

hsrei t *-* e M ,t
e1ueipa ."Mf the a pin.
n eh prpotIona as to
ai r ta ta doubt.
Searly reatufr aMe In
parUentar leatMeO rearding
state of New York and found
eueomraemeat la the glans be
mki"n Upstat. over the demo-
*re vote of 1904, but as the figures
ued to be roeslved, he relied on
r New Tork to oftet the heavy
vote above the Harlem river.
RWea in that he was bitterly disap-
a j ted, e ad be soon reallssed that the
wasM opealesly goeo and with It
his proapees of benqc elted.
itWdmirfT AhO SON VOTE.
After Roeeevelt Had skt His Bailot for
Taft, Son ntefred and Voted.
President Roosevelt reached the vot.
t2g place at Oyster Bay early and cast
his vote lor Taft, the number of his
ballot beofg 141. Theodore Rooeevelt,
J. Jr., deposited bal oet o. 10. After
" voting, the president and his son
j^meo drove to Sagamore Hill.
It was 6:11 a. m. when the prel-.
Ldeat and his son appeared at the poll.
SIg place a 81eet's ball. He shook
tends with everybody at the polls,
md then walked up to the table where
.tke ballot elerk fanwsoeed: "Theodore
sooeevelt, ballot No. 161." The press.
t remained In the booth a minute.
when he emerged, carefully watch-
1 olelrk deposit the paper 1i the
t o The president then walk-
e the raUft and chatted
eodore Roosevelt, Jr., was hand.
No. 142 by the election clerk.
took twice as long a time as his
is*#rk it. When he had de.
No ballot, the president greet-
l.lm I "flgly and patted him on
shoulder. After secretary Loeb
voted, the president and his son
a carriage an ddrove away to

Mon. John Trie, Frank Duvall a d
SM, Brawell, of t. Marks, eame up
Vowe sad meet Tafahab-e frWend.

e at the Aragen.-JackNe
V4,, 7 dollr tu ai speat with
Sivo hundred eonDo toto
i te Tre Demosrat Pio Con-
P. T. NicaoLmh The Jeweler.
J. Prndtt, past of th iet
-- I- tha the e
t*Iir -if orhs o&

S Mary Ol oa, on.ed N. C.,
.bee theory uet of Mrase e .

i at IemprsIou ae thar
e asM t and with the grwat-
^K M..askssavfll Metropoeas.

ieINOaKesTION. on
Iet If1 o mwe s. themrt born,

9pil owre all these taoweea.
lmareelth Co., ar


Beer the fstolard ty r
Excellence in Material and Workmanship.
Tbese are wade k a ldes as desriced a our calodsgue
md soM direct to CONmmeN.
Furnishing Lumber in all Grades at Low


Apalachicola, Fla.

9 I II

America's watch

It was the first watch
made in America-brought out in
1842. It proved itself the finest
practical pocket watch.
It is today the only truly fi*s
American watch.
The new HOWARD extra-thin is
the first thin-model American
watch gueransted to keep time-
the HOWARD kind of time.
The HowAsD is the only watch sol at as
*ftiimlff#euefn-from S35AM to 512"AM-
prie primtkattchi atthefatory.
** Whe you buy a HowAD you as so me-
thM.. ..
--i amdistribatr fef th4isaldctive watc.,



Fail to see my
Window dis -
play. Some-
thing that will
interest the
Ladies of the '
State College
for Women. ::

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We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
the very best service in all lines of building. Call on us

if you are contemplating any kind of building.

We can

save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Tlimber, Mouldings, Turned Col-
umns, Brackets and all kinds of Novelties made to order.

(SmeM orM to A. T. RoMU)


A I Kinds of Fresh Meats

atistteion u Give me your orders.

Prompt delivery.

RIal ep Phone No. 283.
Your B&-kfMt, Dinnewr and Spper a Success when Ordering
Meat frm myB Stall


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A New Stock of
Our floor.

Buggys on

The Lightest Running by Trial
and Test.
Beat Painting-have the witnes-
Material, such that even the
Shafts can be Crossed like
a pair of Scissors. Are easily


adjusted by the girth to
Either a Large or Small hore.
Complexion giving tope-when
the riders are pale.
Umbrellas, of Superior fittings to
the buggy..

Variety-in Colors

of Leather

customers, say Our Prices are
Lower and not Higher.
WAGONS. for the next TWO
MONTHS, to wit:
One Horse, ......---------....--. 30.00
fwo Horse, from $40.00 to $50.00
Call and we will Prove Every
Statement or give you a bug-
gy or wagon.

Suitable to both

Seller and

Respectfully Submitted


Men's Furnishings.

Stetson Hats.

Manhattan Shirts.

Hanan's Shoes.

Queen Quality Shoes.

The Best In Everything.

Prices Reasonable.

Park Avenue and Monroe St.

Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
in Florida.
The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The beet Quail and
Snipe shooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the
State. -

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.

C. A.0: CHOMAU." ProWr.
Phem 3&


upulissdd and 3 hlew Drivers fr all Teams.
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IMed W- 0eftd CkWW Matter Maftb 21.ISM,#At
MAF" 091M at Uumsb PhiLda. mai
at oesameto mMach I. 1

is hi mIbme Duildiag. CarmerAdam man
abbm Sta e..Teiphome NO. 180.
~4.,sm.SLOS PerYew.. in Advabee
M'i~Nato 4w AppHoswaa
The 1T. DemocM M M te OMW NoIwseee
of LAOs Coosty.

Wr adr te ments oa We not aee.pted
= I' thi niws P sr at sny prkl "Or
t. em er clmmm&tas Nota
MR-plyed adwmtsbam ._ ad two n10th0
hdmb s, omb am inmt..a.rson, M s. .sP
b emac woroath I astretM 31eetmaod

aS tomane eah ~ .toA zt.
iti or uithi~g latuintended f i
Won boehanded In nt hnut tan 1M A
mo to weVi stat tenls.

1Ta *lHa 11 Fri aN, *w. 6, IM
Who is for Billie Bryan now ?
Tallabaaee is a city of great natural
**God reigns and the republic still
1"e9," if the election did go wrong.
The press of the State did youman
service for the eduestions amendment.
What a glorious spellofweather Tal-
lahamee has been enjoying for the past
It is reported that business is im.
provit all through Florida. slowly but
A fifty mile railroad s tobe built in-
to the Okefenokee Swamp in South
Georgia to get the great lumber re-
souree therein.
The local news this week tells the
story of the organization of a promo-
tion company to secure the location of
a big colony of northern settlers ixteen
miles to the south. There should be
dome.. of such colonies located around
. Tallahassee.
South Florida as preparing to grow
the biggest vegetable crop in its histo-
ry next spring. Northern l1orlda, and
esmeeially the Tallahassee section,
sboad put in a big crop to immediately
succeed theirs. It would bring much
northern cash in our direction.
The Gaineeville Sun sticks to it that
there is to be an extra session of the
Legislature, claiming to have inside in-
formation to that effect. There has
been "extra session" talk for many,
many months, out of which nothing
came, and it will take the Governor's
proclamation to convince the people that
we are really to have one.-Pensacola
Miss Marie McKenna, only daughter"
of E. W. McKenna, second vice-presi-
dent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad, recently volunteered her
services for relief work among the glass
workers of Alton, Ill. She applied to
the Providence Society, of Alton, for a
list of familiesin straits through casual.
cities in the glass works of the town and
expressed a determination of devoting
the next few years to relief work.
By the will of James R. Sayer, Jr.,
of Newark, amounts aggregating close
to $8,000,000 are bequeathed to chari*
ties. The chief institutional benefiia.
rims are the Woman's Christian Aaeoei-
ation, which receives $50,000; the Hoe-
pital for Women and Children, $40,000;
the Christian Refuge, 30,000; and the
New Jersey Temperance Society the
sMnse amount. Many churches and char-
itable institutions receive sums ranging
frobm $10,000 to $1,000 eah.
The E. C. Smith that appear samonge
the Presidentlal Electors is not a Dem-
ocrat, neither is he our popular county
eommlaioner, Hon. E. C. Smith
who is a pure and good Democrat, who
will vote our full Democratic ticket.
Let no Demoerat vote for the Presi-
deatial Elector of the osfficial ballot,
thinakiag it is E. C. Smith, of Leon. It is
aot he, and he will vote against his
aae ake.-Tallahame True Demo-
eat When at becomes neesary for
a Democratic paper to warn Democrat

against voting for the namesake of a
well know Democrat became some
ateor party has nominated that name-
sde wof the absurdities of the Flor-
akiballot is exposed. We vse-
S te prediction that many a Demo-
ll unwittingly scratchh" his
d a| nf while beirvin that be is
SIT~~ 'st r~atght. -Jacksonvilla Ttomer-

Incessant day and nW rik
in the office of a mori
paper for the past twenty-fivo'e
Alabama over-taxed my constitution
and my energies, and the same was
sold a year ago and a less strenuous po-
sition sought. I believe that Providence
directed my steps to Tallahassee and to
the paper which Brother Collins has soa
ably conducted.
I do not feel that I have retrograded
in my profession on giving up the daily,
for weekly work. Instead, I feel a very
decided promotion. The daily newspa-
per of this period is but an el-bor-*ti
of all that is strange, sensational, wiek-
ed and disgusting, and not one issue in
a thousand is exempt from those body,
mind and soul corrupting evils. The
reader is fed upon such chaff until he
or she finds it pleasurable. If the world
has recorded but few of such incidents
the day before, the sheet is throws
down in disgust, with the remark that
It is simply devoid of interest. If its
pages contain great head lines of mur-
ders, suicides, infanticides, or a score
of other ides; divorce, arson, or the
hundreds of other things that contri-
bute to the catalogue of crime and se-
at lonalism, the reading public declares
that it is brim full of news. We dis-
courage the reading of the cheap novel
of the time, and yet daily admit into
our homes, and thus encourage its i-
influences, the worst form of red sad
yellow journallym
But a local weekly paper has alto-
gpther a different mission. Its purpose
is or at least should be, to diseou
all that is mean, wicked ad viemins
the ao..u.anity, sad help to prify ad
bless it The daily newspaper is a -
flex of the busy, wicked world. The lo-
cal weekly anpitome of all that is
sweet, good, pure and who somin Its
community, and it should be the bui-
mnes of its editor to attempt in his hum-
ble way to mould a healthy, moral and
religious seotimen. Tho man who does
lewis not tre to M him Me pr-
feasion or his God. I. shal ver be
grateal to Jom Comm fore ep p
Oadr advMe aeBk 04 16*ypa
dat* a d Id It d1

-E-d-h----awee -eto.
Rev. John B. Culpepper and eon The Woman' Club gave its seal
Burke, have brought the entire city of Hallowe'en fete last Saturday night
Tallah ee very much eloaser to the October 81.
kingdom of God within the past two The iq -wasg v athe dem1-
weeks. Their work i our mldt has tedfor the ocsion, wQ bise of
been prodctive'of good that will 11 eornetalks tied with th elhdo eAela,
throughout eternity. This city owes to pumkls, black eat sad atmeave .
them a debt of gratitude which it eam Oe there s aM the
never repay. It is the prayer of a ats and various oter salamis.
that the Lord will abundantly bless One vernotmble feature was the
them wherever the my may go. large "Sile ,w, we
The torythat each geeraon In- admirably ad slw praleid.
berits the a muatod wisdom of its the Ight save e mdi t
eor ld so quarte were putot ThL thhe ,
Im~memwobbhl s- m,,.. rts tm same in .the sde,
Its fallacy an ao way better proved .moio m aed the rem tom
tham the l fam of mamtoprofit by the F ral Marh. It rally dMi
expergames of I n aa tors oa Itheir f- ly ad seary.-
a 14saweg r atu femiime at- PM
$sh k agftasospee fashion, 0- Seol --

sao MA Wh. w i
the adab-


On March 8, 1905, we began the pub-
lication of The True Democrat and
from the first issue to the pment time
we have worked hard, with various du.
ties upon ourmelf ooneetod with theof-
fle in al departments, until now bro-
ken in health from affects of LaGrippe,
we are compelled to retire from so
great a responsbily, in the hope that
we may regain health and again become
fit for some avocation n which we may
earn a living for our loved ones. You
have all been kind to me, and while I
have not accumuletid much of the
world's wealth, I have made all of the
people of my city and county, men,
women and children, both white and
colored, my warm personal friends, of
whom I am proud, and value more than
worldly goods, for in such I have treas-
ure stored up more valuable than gold.
It has been my desire always to give
my readers a elean, honest home news-
paper, ando far a I have succeeded
you are the buat Judgm To you, I must
now my good-bye as your editor, but I
give you in Mr. MilteaA. Smith, my
successor, a pure, ealh, competent
man, who will take up to work where
I leave off, and who w% I believe, go
on with it and do even baer than I
bave done, Willyou nrt beas good to
blm as you have always bhmto me I
believe that a kind provide has di-
rected him to this field of aefulness,
and I gladly, now that I amt, turn it
over to such a true christian gentleman
as he, with all the good will wiin me,
with a heart full of love for e and
you all. Sustain and support him br-
ally, and he will give you his beat ef-
forts, and It means hard work for him.
Now, to my good friends all over
Florida, particularly to every Florida
editor, I must say good bye and God
bless you, for I love every singleooe of
you, from the depth of my heart. May
you all be prosperous and healthyand
happy through life. *
Josn G. Coums.
Never did I assume a more plpig
responsibility and one promisumaw e
inroeasing pleasantness, than ( edit-
rial conduct of The True Deflt
I ay this because my dislatulbed
predecessor conveys to me am alW bus-
iness, in an ideal town and iag an
ideal people. -
He has labored industriously in every
department, and gained the eiosm
of "well done" from an unanII Ipa.
tronage, for which I hall Wbe a;-
preciative. .

9"areletel"ealy intowS
a"t Gonnae *nos wit be
oa. I* l. Mr. Uso"eeweOft

weeefuftin to te now.
A3 4 an bsre at bega~

Smi b mbm ad asol
. hpe -has lwsav
ihs Ma, pI"eS*
wAtoo ibae

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greatot desire to tmrad Im It as he has IICMXUH
. dmetothe end.retr
I That the people of Tallaaee a
Sapprelative of him and his newpaer
. Is most convincing evidmec that they ainst of I
are treeand cleaa and upright th f -
. sldve and want nothing but uch wlA beU aia teg to pub.
journal in their midst nable the abrabod to gt
I hall appreciate the t paper a day easier, and the ad
11dtlns and hopee toveri" ers will be wy ateriay beane
posistentt effort in all ni t
teed to the p |poo1 ntled by the change
and the educational sad ini promo- T UO PAT2fSt.
tn of its people. nIn g ovar th& buiam to M&
MtUlt, Milton A. Sath, y xd willgoes
I.lf a A. SMITH heartily with t You have all been
TO rLM1 A BM TORS. kind and liberal with mein giving pa-
Those editors of the Florida Press tma w ad an1~au t ad asp-
who ca see their way clear to do so port, o s Upport and sta him. He
will co-far a lasting favor on John G. will collect due aobcription aeseunts
Collinw if they will put his name on adcarry out those tfo me who have
their list asend d him their newspaper pd In advance All asconts for Job
for a short while, eompUmantay. Were printing and avtig up to the frt6
he abl hewouldmall eachoneinFlrof- Novembeiwill be paid tomy as.
-Ida a dollar for a year's subeeription. mount. With W mn thanks for your
Almost three years with larippe and many kindnesses. ReMpectfully,
Its gripping ffets has done the Joa CouL a.
work, and he retires with a heart full ADImU, N.IL BRTAN.
of love for eaehone of you. Mayyou About the only consolation we demo-
each lve long, keep well and prope. er at can get out of the election is that
May the good Lord bless you all I I forer 'retire William Jninags
J. G_ J C. Bryan as the leading factor in the coma-
A P RMOE1SS1 CAPITAL. ells of the party.
The Fort Meade Observer has th The present editor of the True.Demo.
following kind refere e to Tallahassee, derat has never favo Hi freed him as'nd unlprlm-
and the progressive spirit of Its people: ted sixteen to one coinage of diver
Tallahasse is stepping nto line withtooneser
other progressive cities in the State, policy was to us oe of the most per-
her latest acquisition is the Gas, Elec- nilcious ever advocated by a man ex-
tric Ight and Water plants. Th poeting the support of his countrymen.
having so far bees operated by private In our feeble way we then protested
sompanss, are now the property of the sist his nomitio. But when the
ity, the city council acting in behalf of majority of our party saw otherwise,
the people, purchased these plants for we did the best we could.
the sa of $75,000 and in the future His second and third nominations
will be operated as public utilities, by were also against our best judgment
wbhoh moa they will save the people The great business interests of this
of Taflahlee in a few years the cost country esn not be expected to support
of the plants from the profits macrig a candidate so erratic as Mr. Bryan and
thgsgh the income on water rents, gas with policies so revolutionary. We
to A &and light, and in Its contina- hope the last defeat will bring wisdom
tMe redce theity taxes to a minimum, to the leaders of the party,
re again t is evident, that dto stry That it may result in the permanent
ain e and ability are triple a retirement of Mr. Bryan,
virtues wime b are ptyabl to any eom- And the n~omiotiv four years hbene
virtues which are profitable to any cm-e of a clean c adidte who stands some
munity w hile stathyai ndiffere ne chance of winning.
ignore aaves a p Ople to grovel in .
the slough of bankruptcy. GOVIEtMOIBIMOWAD
Th T haseT True Democrat is to see to Tampa to Imnspect a New
our mind the best weekly newspaper in
lorida. John Collins, the editor,is in Dredge t e State.
deed a true democrat.-Balbridge Governor Broward expected to r -
The True Democrt appreciates the turn to the Capital from Jacksonville
ThewTh Trrua et reD e o ied aptp erah
compliment, particularly from the on Thursday, but received a telegram
esrce it comes, for Hon. Ben. E. asking ham toycome to Tampa for the
Russell is a good judge of such matters. inspection of a new dredge boat just
wihd G. Collins has always tried to be constructed inthat city. He will doubt
lr, clea and fair. Now, in retiring less arrive and i at o ialduties
from the business nothing gives him less arrive and resume hisof ldute
more pleasure than that this newspaper here today.
goes into the hinb of agentleman who ACKN OW DGE IPT.
will cotu It along the line we have H John G. Collins Editor True
worked s bhard, uandergreat difficulties, Democrat, Tallahasseei, Fla.:
tobing ittw, ead make It. Truly pryo- My Dear Sir-I am in receipt of
Shassetth right man to takeup your esteemed .avor of October 29th,
the work where we leave it off. enclosing check for $11.00 as a con-
~- tribution to the Democratic national
The Gaiesville Sun doesn't believe campaign fund; also giving list of con-
tht a it el u nged. Neitherk do etwill be mailed at an early date.
s arve it are banged. Neither do all get Thanking you for your eforts in our
the good to which they s entitled, behalf, I am, very truly yours,
This seems to be a very disseminating M. C. WETMORE.
world. But It is pretty ertaln that we Chairan Finance Committee.
will all get o dues In eternity. Following is a list of names and
The B of Trade" of Tallahasee amounts collected and forwarded:
have appoted committees to arrange Bradford Byrd ................ 1.00
feo th. Glichrist inluguration. The j. W. Collins.................. 1.00
Govrr-eht is having the cigars Lous Costa. ................. 1.00
made in Punts Gorda, the material in w. U. Palmer .................. 1.0o
aeh one testing 25 cents and on the W. T. Collins.................. 1.00
3 E. Theus .............. ... 1.00
hand is Gllchrlst's picture.-Dsde City William Robert............. 1.00
Star .. D. Cay ..................... 1.00
And we shall expect Brother Bowden A Wahnd.o.p. ..1.00
up to enjoy some of themT.H. .-............1

5. Op. IL t........-..
T alth......... -..1-^--.-..

Mro .. W. BrittonWills, g er
Mar M mCe ea PtM
Mr. J. W. Brittee will go ove
Thomasvlfle tomorrow for a stay
several weeks.
W. OousnaMa of Crawbrdyile,'
wae registered at the Bleohom yeater.

W. Porter/, traveH agent of ta he
Pn ol Journal, wa at the l sha m

Noe 4ldet Ne Eapoeted *the reurs
o seow Twft*2 leeMe0m.

iea pres Meatlal eadnIate, reeiMve
the *eletem retares at his ebms e
Upper Ouee street, surriaded by
a soaay of relatives sad bleaIa.
Te those was s liaed with toa
4letasce tegboas eansetouas sa i a
direct tolegrph wire om Now ToVe,
as t bulletins were read to Mr.
aerams, he was W aeeratlate by
these asemld.
It %beeae ldeat from the saUrt
that the retouma were aot surarisla
to Mr. herma. e hbas ad all the
mo that be epooted the repuliMoas
woe lt wi anad be pressed as
pulse as e retursa eame laai2sag '
6at e date had gmse heavily r s
e -lMaa satiesal ticket. oe J e i
ad taobat wt sM vialtrs las a very
tav rbumn of miad" oA.
tas seambe bm allee
aM tleletooes wires we r
with Itas mease th oeeat ti* ***t
me sae 4 a r oad. s
A lageo ea edtof aolse
lathe street latrenI t o Mr. horads
residese, but bolloetus were st
shown as that saetloas of the ity
sad the erews lth ed out.


Delevie Pmelity id Indlated for t e
Dem~eatle Tioket.
Uaeola, Nob., Nov. S.-4ebmaas
probabMy has one demeeratle by a
deodsive plrality with anot oo r.
taras on whle to make an eastiamte.
ryan hbas made alight Wals I t
the eouatry preelsets, and nla th ol
iea the demeeratle gala beovy.
ryas carried Uaeol by 400, YSS
turalg a aormal epubI1@aM I pNlSW
of 1,.


There Are No Leanger Doubtft'Aft 1S
eys Mr. HItehosek.
Chairman iteheook, of the repub
Meoa astle-3 ocomittes, etM

naUonal bemdquarters sad made the
folwwtag statmnsst:
'The returns ep01 ar thmeeinsYW,
There seems to be so loner
isttutal dates. The dssl
will show that my estate was

I mast tave uaderestlmatei It.
"The retaras *oe enxoesse m

"The luralty La toiama was
tahnI edet.

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K Dim-A. X. As.te e.

s. oet l?-.-J. B. Johnso,. Uve Oak.
" OIi trtot 1--L. H. L ucuanaa, Jak.
District 1-l. 0- Massey, Ortlando
DA itret -D. H. Baker, Oruane
Do ilet 21-4. A. WiUams, Cedar
DbItriot a-WUlam M. OGirardeau,
Distrit S2-I. N. Whitaey, Lady
iastrlet -W. Hunt Harris, Key
Distrit M-B ell Cook Chipley.
DIsts t -U or111i, Palatka.
Dtisltrct 7-Joseph H. Humphrles,
Dstriet 8-.rank W. Sama, New
District 2t-W. A. Baker. Melrose.
Dtstreit s1-W. H. H. McLoan. Ja-



T M wM u~n rabed
Ip-, mw

"Awd hat ee Ola we may have
iMd et GmfW 3miM !M, "ahecmtin-
,ad, na pOlpaWd to My that
Gaanu iss sal toa uuM frabie ON
test tm world's I
Ziella o .1 esm-
mta, md wetIt Maes to aqbea
wnao w6 i, ~bia.
wMp alte rast ofEuropar
Married Man InTrouble.
A marred man who permits any
member of the family to take anything
except Poley's Honey and Tar, for
coughs, oolda and long trouble, sa guilty
of neglet. Nothing else s as good tor
all pulmonary troubles. The lgenuine
Ifoley's Honey and Tar contains no
oplats and is tIn a yellow package.
Sold by all druggists.
Tbhose hvi eye trouble, headache,
or enrvems should o to Jackson-
vifU ad see Dr. Armstrong, specialist,
oa 9 Lara street. 84
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1--L W. Zim, St. Augus.
32-H. H. MoCreary.Alnes

Home o Reprosntatives.
Alachua-Syd I Carter, oainea-
vile; T. A. Doke, Santa re.
Baker-J. L. Kelly, Macenny.
Bradford-L. D. Wall, tarke; Er-
ast Kalat, Lake sButler.
Calhom-B. o Clarkville.

C Jaes a. ews.& .ala.e
Sii -JO W. al. Lake
DeSoto-J. H. Brown. Aroadla.
SiXval-L ha rrle, Jaekstnvl lle;
SIC; I.. Wlla, Pinerem .
akila-l I. LL Moore Carrs,
Oaedeea-J. W. Mahaly, Gretma; J.
W. Abeppard, Greensboro.
SHmltom-J C. L 3lst'r, Avoca; J.
W. ynum. White prti .
Herando-. L Stringer, Brooks-
Hillsboro Jhn a. Taylor, Largo;
D. P. Pattiball, Plat City.
Holmeea-. W. Watford., Eto.
Jaekaso W. Ia t Mariana;
L. I. TIdwelL basoa.
Joeerson-. D. Clarke, Moetieallo;
A. '. ae4d.ThmaI5 city.
Lek.. MluSer. omtas; J. a
Godret., Talaks.
lae-r. J. WasUm, Port Myera.
Lme-A. *WrIsTanamee John
EIAr-Wt. 'a. ara fe., Br _e.
Atyette-M om Oshah es, 016

mom; 7. Il La".
Mmaatee-P. P. Hull. Cotatla.
Maui- L. m4bt, eddik;: W. D.
Mureea-W Malona, J.. Keg
West; oarltee L Kawlee, Key West.
Namms--4. a calkl, Penmadmmna;
A. I. Oht .OCa wlmw.
orm*-A & Newfo, Winter Gar-
lea; Jam&a B. Cl3 Oviedo.
mmb--lC K Are. KImmimmnee.
Pia"o,-P.. (Ls I nison.m
VSIbJ. A. C.. Katbleem; w. J.
Dures t I-me
li s IL. A. 9a1KesPae. Pa
btas 5.J. L BUlIh Paletha

F.Ae- 8us Ls.

$ .h. sL pew... JC


Alt 1090 V9Ae9

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Our Now Line


dices, Phes and

Lv. iMu and


Our Mm 3bsh.

T. B. BYRD & CO.
Tadheaass, fraMe*


Two (2) well located
Lots, at Panacea Miner-
al Springs, one adjoining
Mr. T. H. Hall's lot at
Rock Landinag lot all
fenced in, and another
nereby, in a very desira-
ble location. These lots
are owned by non-resi-
dents, who are anxious
to sell. We .e6r them
for a limited t only,
and for a very lw price.

J. T. Bernard & Son.

People with kio trouble ". @o
week and eMxmuted they" t4ly
hal alive. Ioley's. Kiney
makes healthy klnems, retor es
vitaUty, and weak, deleate people are
restored to health. Itefue any but
foloy's. Sold by all druggsts.

Ah-- moo"

W.-W. Mc GRIFF,0

Loans Neg~iated. ?

City and Suburban Residinces and Lots, Truck. Farms,
Farms all size and for all crops, Sumatra Leaf Ibacco
Dairies with Herds. Timber Lands-Pine, Cyprem and
Hard Wood.
Mill Plants, Machinery, Hotels and Boarding Hfuses,
H lth Resorts and Hunting Grounds, Stores, Wafbuses
anBuildin g Lots for Factories.
JLen County, of which Tallahassee is the seat ofgovern-
ment, is one of the most inviting sections in the uth-
with its ieday hills, gentle slopes and fertile val for-
ests of pine and hard wood, fresh water lakes game,
landscape surpassed in theBlue Ridge section of nia,
nearness to the Gulf coast with its oyster beds and e heries,
health and sea side resorts, railroads in six different direc-
tions as well as being the home of culture and refinement,
all tend to make it need inviting to the home sekw-its
grazing lands are attested by numerous dairies and beds of
Jerseys, its diversity of crps limited only by a semi-tropical
climate, which for money making, its Sumatra Tobacco has
yielded a $1.000 per acre.
Correspondence solicited.
W. W. McGRIFF, Tallahassee, Fla.

ummmm ml

A. w -* T WI N ET
-3lar your S0s1 m4 So.a. First Cam Work. Uatlaation guaranteed.
"A Alhtoie s episns with a shoe A bam ta e
be.-Ca* s MWorkemm do this work. T-lM
rinabas Tailor Repairs ad Makmes a
od aln.I adeI New. No fake.



(Capital $50.000.)

* Eanufacturers

Favorite Brand Fertilizers
SDulers n
Agricultural Chemicals

^* And all Fertilizing Material.

Best mixed white paint, per gallon $1.36
Best patent flour, 24 pounds for 75c
Granulated sugar. 6c per lb., or 17 lbs. $1.00
Rice, per lb. 5,6 and 8c.
Meat, per lb. 10 to 12c
Best leaf lard, per lb. 121c
Best butter, per lb. 35c
Also carry fruit, onions and potatoes
at lowest prices. : : : :
Wine of Cardui, sold everywhere for $1. My price 75c.
Wine of Life for Women, sold everywhere for $1.
My price 75c.
Foley's Honey and Tar, regular price 50c. Here 40c.
Foley's Honey and Tar, regular price 25c. Here 20c.
Dr. Bell's 50c. Here 40c
25c. Here 20c
Nubian Tea, regular price 50c. Sold here at 40c
Thatcher's B. & L med., regular price 50c. Here 40c
Herbine, sold everywhere at 50c. My price 40c
Walker's D. S. colic cure for horses price $1. Here 75c
Black Draught, regular price 25c. My price 20c
St. Joseph's Liver Regulator, reg. price 25c. Here 20c
Red Cross Liver Regulator, regular price 25c. Here 15ec
Eye Water and Salve, regular price 25c. My price 15c
And a lot of other medicine all at reduced prices.
I sell for cash and can afford to sell at a small profit.
See my prices on Shoes and Dry Goods before buying
elsewhere. Store South of City Market.
J. W. flERMLL.

Store 'phone, 208.

Residence 'phone, 256.

.98 Flne Leather Seat

Beautiful dIn desn. with graceful panel back. Made ter-wed
solUd oak with a handsome Ipiden Onish. blihly polished. an leather seat.
box frame construction. French le Th. 1 be price psbleonbe
of our immense manufacturing acilItie for chdairu`Cc=VW !U7r.
out chair of all inds mc iant es at we c e l a
Sealer purt and sell direct to yo at w lese.
You run no chance, for we give four Moser bek If SeTrvdiCh Ir blat
exactly as we represent. You saveal lIeme it in Mee
and get better satisfaction. Chbirs for dhlaugo as. bed-room.
porch, kitchen, laws, stores. offilces- .m eve s*me a. from Ie
most elegal to the plainest. All kinds wof dU.d retstyles.
fW-l- 21 oun |r chair you Ml M .b ( d u a 0youu
| CA IFTOaRY D- .. so-d nNaMM8
LnomRa CHAIe r oFeTORY, Sidge s.a-I Ue..**...S --su Pb.







Don't forget we are still in the Lumber
business. Strictly wholesale dealers for

Brick, Lime and all kinds of

Building Material
From the Lowest Grade to the Highest.
Our Long Suit is Best Prices and Prompt Delivery.
L09g Distac Phe M No. 249.
Call s up at Our fxpas.



Mfie Ib Store ~Tof DOM& Ward Co., QulacYv Ph

Engines. Boilers. and Smoke Stacks,

Tasks. Widen

saw =~bu


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(incorporated toIn MO.)


Rents Collected.


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Another Link in the Chain of Popular"

Which Makes This Store the Cl-



If a man comes here seeking value in clothes'we can unlock
his pocket-book! /
If he comes seeking nobby patterns-we can suit him!
If he demands style-we can satisfy him!
If he requires the ukra-we cao deliver the goods!

B UT the great essential is FIT, which includes not only the size of breast,
waist and length of inseam, but the proportioning of sleeve, the set of
collar, the balancing of shoulder, etc. HIGH ART CLOTHING excells here as in ,
all other respects. Each line reveals the master designer's intimate acquaintance
with the physique of man in all its varying proportions; the "hang" of a HIGH
ART SUIT conserves the general appearance, and makes a man look at his best.

We have models here for all shapes and sizes,
and the prices, as always, worthy of serious

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America's LeadnLg Manufactrers am Deal
S0k DMstrkts o the World's Graltest
Miscal k*umcnt the

Cratd to xps the very soe of music, tk master-
piece that ddys imtmation


e prfactioof
and ds

of tfe rented

cop harmmy


Can Obtain These at
at 75 cents.
Worth Double
The Price.
Only a small quan-
tity on sale at

This Price.

So get

in Line.

AS ot teIghtstndar.

The I'rucoWw ofc PIau NopaL

wrilt frata Uemogue


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See the Neckwear.

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orlo~othly' 3:;to rn.ti-.c you thinkft b
fl1iit W.vngat-I.

I'u aw blade 1; tfick r.-'4:to ':r-:t of.&d&gm
d tepera"d a 0u.'i o e -0; -107tively ca~n
not be steue In any :nw c-1~ I...~blade

O,~4T iesaver Platgd'i~ -
meglan sharp steel EIa pi

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Hamilton Tension Spring
Shears Free to True Demo-

crat Subscribers.

The Greatest Premium of the Age.
The Tenaion pring attachment does away with resharpen-
ieg mdrety and enables the user to set the tension on the
rhvet so that any kind of material may be cut with perfect
eses, without tiring the hand. The Tendon Spring takes up
all wear on the rivet, making the SHEARS practically IN-
DESTRUCTIBLE. A simple turn of the little thumb-screw
abown in the engraving, tightens up the blades as closely as
may be desired. Any woman who has had the exasperating
experience of trying to use a dull pair of shears can readily
appreciate the value of the new invention WHICH KEEPS
THIS PAIR OF SHEARS ALWAYS sharp and in perfect
cutting condition. No matter how many pairs of shears or
scissors you may have around the house, you need this pair
with the Tension Spring. and when you get and use it once,
you will use it in preference to any other you may have.
These SHEARS are perfectly finished and heavily nickel
plated eight inches in length.

We Guarantee

the quality of the material and workmanship in this pair of
SHEARS to be first-elass, that the Tension Spring device
doubles the usefulness of the SHEARS and does away with
the need of resharpening, and furthermore, our Guarantee
Certificate accompanies every pair, agreeing "that if this
pair of shears BREAKS or in any way becomes defective
within FIVE YEARS from date of purchase it will be re-
placed with a NEW pair without cost."

How to Get the Shears.

V'll out this blank and mail a money order for $1.25, for
The True Democrat one year and a pair of these shears will
be mailed to you within ten days, absolutely free
True Democrat, Tallahassee. Fla :--
Enclosed find $1 25. Send me the shears, and True Demo-
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Pw.atleon for 5hami

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In order to make rooni for my Fall
Stock, which will soon begin to ar-
rive, for the next few days my entire
Will be offered at Reduced Prices.
Wm Olae sal 16w priests on
r Lece Cvrtaisj &medb, Parc hRockers Settee.,
^ Xefrigeatra s sad Fimexs.

All Summer Goods at


Close Out

Prices.CaU aad gotpdcad you
will be. onvncd

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Our entire stock of Men's and Boys Clo-
thing, Rlankets, Comfort, Trunks, Trav-
eling Bags, hoes, Ladies Underwear,
Men's Shirts and udewear at strictly

ruinCst C.

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Agatint Green Fruit Slpmeats.
The shipping of unripe oranges and
pe fruiti U already proving very
armful to the citrus fruit industry of
the State. !
The Kissimmee Board of Trade has
unanimously adopted the following res
Whereas, the p etice of shipping
gren fruit is a ru one to tMo eitW
ns markets, and I asnuallahh

n|eputo4km of the lneos
wbere, it appears im
to putsopto Ato
ttamch hum iry actkaw.
-ov- tBet t *T

tlated i ste et t tPo ther ao
mae.ofto me Ba o di a0
featual way to heck thiseUvi t to red

tiesa At th matte bnd beKosw tm
DoPu of Trade offed wthe foll wit
L!That Goveror Broward bero-t-
-d. toivt the topikmo of the Atte
General uymmthe pe-&te qfb?
Mte 1-a eak of meWAb mt w .a
Baed baopeof th e s to fethe iNed t.
2. That the oowpm.mtm ofthea, e.
missioner of Ariculture and othe
State Cbemist be abo invited.
8L Thatthe matter be adbefogo teo
STFoda I Departm--a- Arime tr with
vitew to artammll towther the
d isture th Food Law w aft ton
M 4. ath attttion ..r o Of u
Bead fHalthbeealled tothe "at-
L That Gevemuuraest Galurist be
nViedto ra ilMm tO eamt L-
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Having purchased tie nteres of partner
Chaiie 0Gong and a. B. Heq, I will continue
to run the .. LAUND Thankin the
Public for their ipatronage and asking a
continuance of ai, airing one and all of
at the most reasonable rates.
Yours Truly,

John Young, Proprietor

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Lads S.M South of TallabJasse For
Lard* Northern Colony.
Mr. B. M. Cates informs the True
Democrat that the Myrtle Lumber
Company, of which he is manager. has
mold to a yndicate a large tract of land
on the St. Mark's road, near Wakulla
station, on which will be located quite
a colony of Northern settlers.
Engineers are now there surveying
property and plotting the streets and
lots for the prospective town, which
will be in the center of the colony. Two
hundred lots will be placed on the mar-
ket at once and many of them have
been spoken for by families who will
make permanent residents. Capt. Me-
Naught and General MeNaught, of In-
diana, are the promoters of the enter-
prise, and L. J. Day, of Fitgerald, Ga.,
is the local agent.
The colony will be patterned after
that which settled around and built up
the magic little city of FitxgerakL
These people have selected this ideal
location on oecount of its excellent
hunting and fitshing advantages; it being
only six miles from the coast and be-
tween the Wakulla and St. Mark's riv-
ers. Perhaps there is no superior loca-
ton on the rGulf coast, and it is just far
enough inland to escape the storms.
Mr. Cates is of the opinion that with-
in a comparatively short while quite a
olny of good people will be congre-
lpat< there.
The company has not yet been incor-
porated or the town site named.
The location is sixteen miles south of
rite e Opealna sad SociaL
The Woman's Home Mission Society
will hold a mite box openingand social
at the residence of Mrs. T.B. Byrdon
Friday afternoon, November 13th, from
83:30 to 6 o'clock. The members will
Lease bring their mite boxes-those not
vig mite boxes may bring an offer-
nlr. All ladies of the Methodist church
and friends are invited to attend, and
enjoy a pleasant afternoon. A good
prqram will be rendered.
Klecton Return.

Mr. H. L Bethel busied himself on
Tuesday and secured a fund that eon-
abled the citizens of Tallahasee to re-
ceive, but not enjoy, the election re-
turns that night.
A wire was run into the Elk's hall
and as the messages came in were read
and bulletined for public information.
Try oar Rubber Stamps.

A Very Pleasant Tvet at e Be*se
of M r. ad Mrs. L L BetheL
All Halloween passed off very quietly
in Tallahassee. The most noticeable
entertainment given was that of Mr.
and Mrs. H. L Bethel at their beauti-
ful residence on South Adams street,
where ghosts, hoboblins and witbch
held high revel.
The extensive groqds were deorated
with the conventional lantere made of
pumpkins grotesquely rved, and a
skeleton stood sentinel at the einanee.
Inside the house, so perfectly artaaeed
for the entertainment of usamsm
guests, the decorations were fateful in
the extreme and str .ly keeping
with the traditions of 0Hoween.
Quaint ttle ghosts silently received
the arrive j ets, who wer then
bowen to ter tive dressing rooms
by two Ila ngyeoqg witches. These,
later on, kept the scor'at the card ta-
Delicious refreshments were aerved
the nearness ofT the dht tour
warned the guete to dMperse.
out Ar r
The Tallahasaee r stores are
now busy selling shells amnIUlls
to the hunters who are oCifte or oIo
of quaiL The Nizrods |tthat the
iram is abundant and th& mj& will be
d during the winter.
aeo is Where the seit is.
Home's not merely four *qM walls,
Thouh with pctures hg and
Home is where affection eall
Filled with shrines the heart hath

Home -go watch the faithful dove,
Sailing neath the heavens above us;
Home is where there's one to love,
Home is where there isone to be
Home's not merely roof and r om-
It needs something to endear it;
Home is where the heart eau bloom-
Where there's some kind Up to cheer
it !
What is home with none to meet-
None to welcome, aome to greet us ?
Home is sweet-and only sweet-
Where there's one we love to meet
-Charles Swain.
may all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not lIt
comes to chills and fever and ra.
Quit the quinine and take a 93" qe
-Ballard's Herbine. Contains harm-
ful drugs and is as certain as tazes.
If it doesn't cure, you get yoer m emy
back. Hardee-Smith Co., ruggefita.

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Mr. Meeseer ee Defamtes.
W.. W. Bentoe ad J. 0. Carter.
formerdyindoing buslaes In Campbell.
ton, 1 were arrested Ia Montgom-
ary, A the 19th last., and brought
to Ma= a, Fla.
Last'May the two men made a
statemt in writing as to their fnan.
cial tAding which so satisfied Mr.
James Messer, traveling salesman for
the M. C Kiser Co.. of Atanta, that
upon the strength of It he sold them
a bill of goods on credit amounting
to 800.
On the 8th of June, Messrs. Beaton
a Carter moved their stock of goods
to Opp. Ala.. and on September 80
sold out thus defrauding all their
creditors On the 8th Instant, however,
having obtained from Governor Brow.
ard requisition upon the Governor of
Alabama for the arrest of the men
and their return to Florida, Mr. Mess
er went oves to Alabama, located his
men In Montgomery, and brought
them under arrest to Marianna, where
they are now In Jail awaiting trial.
spread before you would do you no
good If you couldn't eat What good
can food do a child when as soon as it
eaters Its stomach It Is eaten by
weraa. That's the reason your baby
Is aIltg, cross, pasty faced and thin.
Give it White's Cream Vermitfuge. It
will expel the worms and act as a
tonic for the child. Hardee-Smith
Co., druggists.
TaBe Nelcee

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Dr. ThM' Bleetri OIbts the beet
remedy fr that often fatal dtseases-
Croup. Ha been used with suoess ln
our emeay Otr ofght "aai--Mrs. e1
Whaitm.ere, N. .

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Leon County LAads for Sale
at Reasonable Prices.

I have decided to cutB part of
my 1600 acre plmntvion up into
malu tracts, to suit satisfactory
purchasers who would make good
neighbors. This is some of tbe
very best agricultural lands in
Leon County. For. particulars
and prices, address


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She Likes Good ThingS.
Mrs. CaaK 3. Smith. of Wet Fraakn.
lin, Maine, esays: I like good tha
and have adopted Dr. Klag's New Uft
Plls a our amally laxaive medleane,
because they are good and do their
work without making a fts about It."
These pailess purluers sold at all
drug store. Mo.

mu en

Ma asMae&
Ciye thr ;pe-stog tot

consupated, had a hM ever ands
le xn awful otatteha I pe wth Idtn
A vBy of cg auOo tts-l "l '
tothe pet mNew Yorku -m
A sunber of w. know by all da-I
organied a eat eub Ist M Wl

"My threeyearod boy
oonsUpatedo had a bi M amd
iT an awful eph one No.I tw
does of ley's Orio e-mw
the meat mornig the bv r M-0.
and he was entirely well.
Orimo Laxative saved his lfW A. Wo;-
kuea. Casimer, Wis. "od by go dr~i-

Mr. J. W. Roberts and _ife. aftw

MTii. Atlb atonaa a e guimet
The gentleman Is
bit says that of FlrIi6a, In W

Dr. J. H. Butts, havig
purchased and prt Inuop
eratlop at his woodyavdq
saws and wood spltti ..

legths desired, for stov
or grate at rsmnabe

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WIf i M t at the rona, dat
Tama lafw wea.o. H wa

auatlsar hkis m disease
froww6he dieearly Twoday morn-
ing. H Wif's dh oecul rsome
years bt twodag hters nrviv
him, the lM ofatender,edo-
la l Mnr was hbld at the

ba oi Tiheservie was imdrhe
ive seted by Dr. J. B. Pritt of
the bsthand Rev. I. S. Pat-
tere, aof Trilty.
00 Mweek or 400 per cent proft.
AMI statuary, and art eata-
logoe free. We want oone permanent
gIn this boft for the lart
E urmin aho-to AMrica.
LOS Bu sry We instruct
bhowto"aOr- agrB mndfurnish
Ca naapeemanen*aC

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114 W. Taylor St., CMsf,

SMr. D. F. Gramig, of Ceterville,.
Ws here Wasesefay et Iamems.

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be t o

cue Wodrk t it Badset Sense." En-
saremesnt and better equipamt of tiUs
wok is greatly needed, and oWl

Browder Mission Home and School at
ala, Texas, is to be the be ary,
because a larger building needed
ar for to poor errig ones who
'les doves to the window of this
christian home.
Mn. H. T. Faum,
Recording Secretary.

intendent of Pub c Instructon, arrived
in the city yesterday, andis registered
at the Brown House.
Sapt. Holloway is now residing at
Tallhaseem, owing to the duties con-
nected with his distinguished position.
bathe still claims Gainesville as his
home, and came for the purpose of vo-
ting at the election today.
I expect to vote for all the amend-
ments which will be submitted to the
peopleofthe State at this election."
id Supt. Holloway. n s peaking of the
matter, "but I am especially hopeful
that the educational aJmrnwt. or one
mill tax measure, will be ratified, as I
consider that it will prove of much ben-
eft to all our schools, common schools
as well as higher inhtitutioe of learn-
ing. I believe that if this amendment
is earned, t will forever eliminate our
edutt l Wi system from politics so far
as theasking of the Legislature for
school appropriations is covered and
I hope that every man who has the wel-.
fare of the State at heart will support
this measure."
In speaking of the genera condition
of the schools of Florida, e stated that
the atteadance this I year us almot pe-
aleMs. l, ald that tbegreateh s pregree
ever known in the State alogf o
tioal lines is now belag made.-Gaineas.-
vik Sun.
s- ~-----s
Presh gaden seed at Holmes' DraI
Co.'s storer. I


An nath siastle Sedewty DOeg MPuc
Go4d at Meao.
Inclement weather Tuesday afternoon
did not prevent a s c-essful session of
the Woman's Home Mission Society of
Trinity Methodist Church. Twenty-
seven members answered to roll call.
"Our Literature" was discussed. Sev-
eral members gaye the name of Home
Mission books that had helped them

.. ..know m s- publishers most.
fbe sure a copy of this Selections were read by Miss Jessie
wyeletis 7Wu had better Blake, Mrs. A. B. Blackburn and Mrs.
speak to the I. about it in ad- T. B. Byrd.
.Reports of business for the past
---- : month showed good work accomplished,
lIasil I a Id S lAe News. with the society to a prosperous condi-
e....... e t g th fair. tio and ..litantly alive for good.
at .oveI ir CIA. -5 e One new name was added to the roll.
at Thou ville, G. I e 29th Mrs. Patterson presided. Mrs. Cates
Brown, lt. we. y, Mr. read sripture lesson. The members
B--AowZ us_ are very much interested in Home Mis-
n T.n P cn work, gr the gospel to fore -
i:Bessie VAN= e u e r at our own doors, and looking a te
Iad 8eI VaBrunt a MIsFields the local church work.
and Mr. Andrew M ang, from lamo-
na and Mr. T. T. Hall from o Flrida'sfirst Lady.
Hi P there were others fras First La .
this partofte country, but we did not The next lady of the Eecutive Man-
meet up with them. at Tallahassee will be the mother
There wa quit a large crowd on the of Governor Gilchrist, the latter being
fair grounds of agrcultu. a beechelor. Grover Cleveland went into
ral products was and consisted the White House a bachelor, and sup-
of corn, hay, etatoes, cane. Ae. The poed to be confirmed in the habit, but
display of en was very good but be hadn't been there long before %e won
we leave to others to tell more fully of the heart ot a very charming lady and
the fair, as we did not give enoh tme made her his wife. It is no harm to
or attention to write intelligently of it. hope that Governor Gilchrist may be
We were pleased to meet our old friends equally fortunate.- Pensacola Journal.
of former days.
Rev. H. J. Graves, pastor of the Met- DeWitts Little Early Risers are the
calfe circuit, filled his appointment at famous little pills, easy to take, safe.
Bethpre on the first Sabbath of this sure and gentle. Get Early Risers.
month Congregton nly average in They are the best pills made. We sell
alse. As the church staforesaid not them. Sold by Tallahassee Drug Co.$
finished paying the pstor hisa Bu a watch and use the coupons in
collection was takes and the a the True Democrat Piano Contest. P.
was made up. After the services were T. NICHL The Jeweler.
over the pastor came to Dogwooand
dined with na and preached the For-
shala school house, bout one-fourth tale may sound possumm" butitis not
mile fromDowo to a congregation fishy, but it is a fact. Well, an older
of about twenty-five, in the afternoon. head went on a reconnoitering tour and
Rather e preached In open air in found the possum not far off In the po-
front of the school hee. Some of the tato patch. We recaptured him and
neighbors desireand upoe to start a Killed him again, and cooked and ate
Sday ehoo0 at said Skool houe. him. Lest he should get away again,
We bad a little fun Dogwood, on we instructed the cook to shut the oven
last friday night. A possum attacked door of the stove, and keep it so
our chicken, whisk rst ini a cedar until he got done. Well, we ate him
tree onthat night, I two or three of with the usual accompaniment, sweet
the family kind -d t it torches and potatoes. And the dish was fine so said
afin i the gun wIent to "repel the we all.
fowl Ivader" 14 Arp used tomy. The writer has just returned from
They located 0. PNiOnme, lhe Precinct No. 2, where the election for
e r tree and me of tem wn evrything was being held today. There
a himi ith the gun and oat fd tm were very few out and only three or
be felL They knocked him on a lIb d few had voted when we left, which
and aid him on the board pile, Istving wabout noon. There was not near
hi dead. Y ou ought to have aee thie Iamber of negroes present that we
ien 0ext Mt. Thepe_. e se n iM ted, however, they may have
hadi and eawd ed oi o w to B gone i the afternoon.

Gives a Delightftl C.lceIt en Tose-
day Kvetlag
The first "open meeting of the Talls-
hasse Music Club was held Tuesday
evening at the College Chapel.
In spite of the steady ram which had
fallen nearly all day, quite a number of
townspeople went out to attend the
concert which is to be a feature of these
monthly meetings, and the following
program was presented by the members
Sof the club:
Voice, Four Leaf Clover; Violets-
Mrs. Charles Cay.
Flute Solo, Venetian Barcarloe; Por-
tini-Dr. R. A. Shine.
Piano, Waltzing Doll; Polini-Miss
Violin Duett Serenada; Eban-Miss
Randolph and Miss Saxon.
Voice, Roundelay.-----...--..... Randigger
SMiss Cline.
Chorus, Carnovale; Rossini-Club.
The Club is divided into four sections
and each section is placed under the di-
rection of a committee whose duty it is
to arrange for a monthly concert. The
committee on the present occasion was
composed of two ladies Mrs. A. L.
Randolph and Mrs. John Donk, who, in
spite of the many difficulties which seem
always to beset the first steps of an or-
ganization, presented a program which
met with enthusiastic and sincere ap-
The Chorus under the direction of
Miss Sarah Cline, with Miss Martha
Cline as accompanist, had practiced
faithfully during the short period al-
lowed them, with exceedingly credita-
ble results. They hope to give at the
next concert a rendering of "The Holy
It is at these monthly meetings that
the regular business of the club is trans-
acted and it is to them that a clause in
one of the by-laws refers when it states
that an absence from three consecutive
meetings will result in the dropping of
a member's name from the roll. The
weekly meetings are for thosemembers
who take part in the chorus work. Ab-
sence from these meetings means the
payment of a fine of 10 cents, tardiness,
5 cents.
Woman Interrupts Political Speaker.
A well dressed woman interrupted a
political speaker recently by continu-
ally coughing. If she had taken Foley's
Honey and Tar it would have cured
her cough quickly and expelled the
cold from her system. The genulie
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and is In a yellow package.
Refuse substitutes. Sold by all drug-
Mr. George tfeIIsI tWediesday for
a brief outing. He will join Mrs. Lewis
in Baltimore and return with ber.

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UL"es o Th.bht.
It ts thi mim wtM danr that does.
. Tmesa t M oalykindthinC
of t OM bors is a good wo-
mnt ti t0 W
Women do not we their words be-
cause their words hav so little weight.
Ther is no limit he power of
thought except to the whose
No matter how properous a man may
be, he lives from hand to mouth.


What the Good Weaeo are DeId1 fe
the City a fts PeIple.
First on the list of Tallahassee Club
comes the mother of them all-theven
erable Tallahassee Improvement Asso
This association was organized nearly]
twenty years ago, and has done able
work in the improvement of sanitary
condition in the community, and in in
stituting and carrying out plans for thi
beautifying of the city, in building u|
of streets and parks. These last art
now the special care of the T. I. A.
A chain of small parks, beginning
with the "Gree," as the park in front
of the late Mrs. B. C. Lewis' residence
is affectionately called by all the oldei
inhobltent- of Tallahase-who, i
their retrospective moments, see it
peopled withMay Queens and their
comut, and Fairy ueena and their at-
tedant elves and falries-runs from
end to end of McCarty street, now
known as Park Avenue. Next comes
hbxhajm park named for Florida's fa-
vorite son, ad generously supported by
regular contribution frm him; then
Lean park, in front of the hotel of that
nname Park Avenue park, in front
of Trnty Methodist church; Cherokee,
just on the brow of the hill sloping
westward, and Duval at the foot of the
same hbL This chain of parks lis
along the centre of Park avenue, which,
a few years ago, was an ugly, dirty
street, 200 feet wide and filled with
roets mid gulhes. The difference be-
tween the now and then of this street
ea be flly appreciated only by the in-
habitants of ten yers ago.
r George Lews, who has had
charge of the Green for a good many
yea has turned it over to the T. I. A.,
d fo the coming year, at least, it
willbe under the supervision of that
erganisation. The Association has on
head other parks situated in varioun
prt of the city which are being
ruigaht up to a high standard of exce.-
lseas, a which are a credit and an or-
nament to Tallahaee. In two ofthese,
J and Gree the
of L A. have gven the
people of the respective neigh-
oo permission so make tennisand
erret courts.
Ktch of the success of this associa-
tie is due to the enthusiastic interest
and hard work of its president, Mrs. A.
L. *ndolph Fortunately their consti-
tWtion does not provide against an offi-
esceeding herself, and Mrs. Ran-
dolph has occupied her position in the
anglatisnn for many years greatly to
the bl good The next general
M will be held some time this

T Tahaee Literary Club is next
In This organisation of women
a year after yearwithout any
of Interest and s about to
'sain, after the usual summer
their regular monthly meet-
smbject chosen for the com-
a s o's dy is the ever-deHght-
eve-e ubw ofhakspeare-
dthe nwexaatible, the im-
aItl. At the first meting, which
w be beld at the residence of Mr. and
M". J. W. Coleas, on Tuesday. Novem-
bea 10th, am attractive feature of the
Nsr will be the opening ddress of
e d im Anni Flagg.
The King's Daughters imes third in
ilt of time but first in the bearts of
poor and the suffering. Their work
has bem earned on with a steady per-
ltene that has surmounted all dift-
ades, mdplaed the or2anation upon
a t basis. The Silver Croes
standses monument to the
wo me who have labored so lon
their lea fortunate
ra bear to be held o
November 10th, at the old ar-

The next association established here
was the Woman's Club. This organism-
U hasd had a rapid grow a
-t broadening. The members
of charity and education, of
r J meals and good eitlsembhp-in

salsrtts institte and to aid in

iB --u-k w welfare theyan a o
1iKsian the Ifth hat. at

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1st State Vice-President, to perform
the duties of the prslding officer. That
Mrs. Shackleford its eapbleof ds
this with credit to he nef ad iito the
local club of which he Is prees .at,
there is no room for doubt in te minds
of those who know her.
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The Country Glb and the Music Club
are recently formed assottlt, but
they both have large meberhp
are in 'a very fourIah cI
These clubs, of course, were
More for recreation and enjoyment
for more serious purposes, but, as
work and no play makes Jack a
boy" they fill a needed niche in the ses
cial life of the city.
In another column will be found ase
counts of recent entertanmects given
by these two clubs.
C. R. Kluger, The Jeweler, 1060 Vir-.
ginia Ave., Indianapolis, Ind., writes:
"I was so weak from kidney trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred feet
Four bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy
cleared my complexion, cured my
backache and the Irregularities disap-
peared, and I can now attend to bust.
ness every day, and recommend Po-
ley's Kidney Remedy to all sufferers,
as It cured me after the doctors and
other remedies had failed. Bold by all
Pwe Hedltii a, .
[Written for the True Democrat]
The seene of Moses a-I bhrunnug
bush is eificant Mo W taaee
of God's I d al-
teas oft 83000,000 e ting
women sad cbldrea. Cayou etimate
what the world may low ua yoeu re
thm e t iabee of the o pirt?
S e breed luxury; luxury breed
areMe essne The once ardent David,
smi ini Goliath, so careless, non
rich, Ahat bse Abeelom
"tolef earts of theme n of lameL"
and came ery near wresti the king-
dom from him. Be die9 t
Having won a piteh battle with Satan
face to face, you will most probably
have paralle temptations thro
rendi, which i his method of mak i
flank attacks. Beware of the d t
forces of Satan!l
Sometime ministerial students, be-
camuse of their e01qui eanetic pow-
er, strike peonalty, beating eyes,
radiant on aneas, e, steas.,
mnm te ca o God Ms ervieT
Did He not pecifically demand the first
fruits of the zar;,t7
It gives the Imp of Darknes great
plemure to observe rrelicureh
members. He do 't demand, even
require "out and out for Satan" mem-
baIn hi anti smopotanoran
htkm, aUtonlythat Besall be on
his -w of tde14100-79t nail
Certainly a squabbling and wanfn
church -mberhieppd get a
far awa fro tbe Chfrt-ome. o v-
=t Forgive as a ribt has
c7 As P. ~MT.
Wake PForest, N. C., November 1,1908.
For lere Feet
"I have found Beklen's Arnica
Salve to be the proper thiag to use
for sore feet ,u well as for healin
bums, sorees, cuts, and all miner
abraston" writes Mr. W. Steas of
ast Poland Maine. It it the pper
thinW, too, for pssee. Try tU 3old .*
der guarantee at all dr ul O tU.
a m.s pnwm- eamo s bmaea i
-s, disaes, e se.
dmo.. Drtle -

JH mghest EsputatUea.
We -eknowt, d receipt of Volume
L luiberl, of theBulletin of the
1tate College for Women. Thepurpoe
of the pabMktio, asstatod i ltoin-
t tA5lN "to rin tha State Col-
lege for Wme into loser cotact with
the public uboole of Porida; to abow,
Sleast in pat, what the eol e-ando
the women of th State; and
=4-j=e4ten who support the
Sand to the pupils who would
t. e -colleg, ao ides of its work-
1e were one the girinaadvocates
t a State for Womn and seee
em1hIansM It has fulty just1_ed
o hadieat e pe o b its usel-
a.m Eeryoe who l in-
te in th- atioshould
do all t their power to eaouraffe and
Mstal it.-CourierInformant, Bartow.

Cy Anoaemiet.

T- Jw e fatI f lb abaMa fog An noe-

e d w that i te
fwew tj "
so the Do a re Tm# k w a of d

-to their IaOWN '

The 200 acre place of
Jame Moody, on Lake
Muon extra good
Tobacco lamnd-well wat-
ed mand well timbered.
.4pld mill site. For
price and parcula
call on or addresa

ida Go COMIM

Tree emeset clp
U*Nh~y wCo~wr wtSi ew.m
9 yee that mdklo at a war
fo- r m ten tyo r-,mloo
we eIs at headb Net wady f rft
now a of sear"

e mad stiN M
bott Hie i "
gluts .

Verlg Ifdleelg I
We can give you some low fiure on
floorin-- we have a lar- quantity we
wih to move. Get our figure before
Purchasing. Child Brom. 45

Lumber! Lumber!

11 can furnish all

kinds of rough Lum-
ber on short notice.

O Special prices on

Carload lots.

W. A. Register,



School Books -

School Books.

All the


Erastus W. lar's.

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One National Cash Reg-
ister, 6 Drawer Base.
Used Ieas than one year.
In perfect comuto
Ch in store syj
cause for selling. A bar-
gain for some one.

UIEWNfh u4W%

Don't Holler

If You're Hit.

The Crisis is]Past
m The Siaon is. :ceari
The Cure s in Work.




The House that wants
yfg Brir I .
"HaWt got the Gr unt

*Wmter and Light i


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What a lot
money y o0u
can spend for
SIstock ngs!
Don't you dread
to think about
it? The
Stockings are
specially made
for wear.
Twisted yarns
S are used to give
extra strength; spliced linen knees, heels
and toes-no weak spots in "CADET"
Stockinga. They are rip-proof and rub-
proof--for boys and girls. In black, tan
and white. Extra lon, and very elastic.
See the "CADET" display all,this week in
our Hosiery Department.
25c per Pair.

Just Received

By express, a big lot of
newest styles in both
and high Chiffon and
neck Ruching.


Tourist Ruching, 6 yds in 25
a box. Per box .

Chiffon neck Ruchings in fan-
cy boxes, 6 ruches to the 25C
box. Per box .

Long id Gloves.

Black, Tan and White Kid
Gloves, 12 and 16 button
length, per pr $2.50 and $3

A big lot of Maise Silk and
Gilt Beltings, all colors, and
Black and White, worth
85 cent but next week .
per belt -. 2

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Dry Goods EE.cia.


All Wool Serge Sultings, Gray and Black Plaids,
42 inches wide, worth $1. Next week, yd

54 in. all wool Broadcloth, extra good quality,
comes In the following colors: Garnet, Navy,
Brown, Oxford, Gray, also Black, worth 89
cents. Next weekperyd -



36 In. Plaid Sdthgs, beautiful range of patterns
and colors, worth 35 cents. Nat week, yd 18c


36 in. Black Chiffon Taffeta, elegant quality,
worth $1.00 Per yd 89c


25 dozen Linen Finished Huck Towels, extra
heavy and large, worth 20c. Net wed a. 15c


Stevens' all Linen Toweling Crash, tra heavy,
Bleached and Unbleached. Next week, yd 122c

Bmeached Cotton Toweling Crash, spal next
week at per yd 4c

One case 36 in. Bleaching, finished soft, free
from starch. Spemal for next week, per yd

j 7c


Strength where Strength
-is Needed.
That's Why Everybody Is
So Plusd With the New


The ordinary toe
and heel are not
strong enough t o
prevent puncture.
'The peculiar con-
struction of t h i s
new toe and heel
makes them sever-
al times as durable
as those made in the
old way.
Give up the holes and patches by
using this new Hosiery. It will
save darning and save money.
An honest article, well worth
your using.
Black, Tan, Gray, Garnet, Navy
and Green, 25 cts. a pair.

Stetson Hats.

We carry a very complete stock
of the latest styles in the
"STETSON" Soft and Derby
Hats in the leading (2 A
fall Shades. Our price $*3V

Men's Furnishings.
Cotton Hemstitched Hand-
kerchiefs, 5 and 10 cents

Pure Linen Hemstitched g5^
Handkerchiefs 15C

Arrow Brand Collars in all
the new shapes -
-15 cents each; 2 for 25 cents

Ribbed Cotton Underwear,
Pants and Vest. Per r.
garment 5k

Fleeced Cotton Underwear
Per garment v

Negligee Shirts. White and
SColored 50 cents to $2.50



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MILT A. s=IT. FuldMher.



Was Or anale Saiday late o* alo-
yard Church.
Some months ago some of the mem-
bars of Trinity Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, in Tallahassee, feeling
the need of establishing a branch ot the
church in the southwestern portkm of
the city, the residents of which live at
an inconvenient distance from Trinity,
ormanised a mission on Boulevard street,
and secured the services of Mr. Wood-
ward as curate under Mr. I. S. Patter-
on, pastor of Trinity.
This work has so grown under the
ministrations of this earnest young
peauher that the mission is now ma-
tred into a church, and will hereafter
be known as Boulevard Methodist Epis-
eopol Church, South.
Following is a list of the charter
members who were enrolled at the Sun-
day afternoon Merviees. The young @Il
whose name heads the list won ia
honor for herself by her devotion to the
work of the mission and her faithful
errices as organist at the services held
Ida Barton Carter, Mrs. M. S. Clauser,
John G. Collins, Harmon H. Stroman
T. N. Godboldt, Miss Clifton Byrd,
Mrs. A. Godboldt, 0. C. Parker,
Annie B. Godboldt, Mrs. 0. C. Parker,
Mary E. Godboldt, Miss Nellie Davis,
Mrs. A. Reynolds, Miss Flor. Proctor,
Mrs. G. W. Carter, Miss 0. Stroman,
MrsJC Williamson, Miss Janet Byrd,
Miss Julia Nims, Mrs. Lala Caswell,
George P. Banks, Mrs.Desaie Duncan,
Mrs. L E. Pitta, M L. Griffin
Mis Nellie Mathes, Mrs. M. L. Griffin,
Mrs. N. C. Mathes, Mrs. A. 0. Geddie,
F. L White Berry H. Shaw,
Jessie May Farley, Mrs. Maggie Shaw,
Eloise McGriff, B. N. Mathes,
Orkne Lewis, D. M. Vineant,
Monroe Brown, Wmin. T. Bryan,
Mrs W T Atkinson, 0. C. VanBrunt,
John McKedriek, Albert Mathes,
Mrs. S. E. Ray, Willie Ray
Miss Mamie Ray. M. L. Grffin, Jr.,
Mrm. R. J. Lewis, Mrs. Mattie Barco.
The new church starts out under most
favorable auspices indeed, the charter
membership beiz.g forty-eight.
Valse of a Newspaper.

Information is advertsng. Infor.
motion in order to be beneficial must be
bitelligently and truthfully gven.
Anyone wishing to extend the sphere
eof t influence can do so by giving
truthful information. He can stand in
fret of his store anad invite the people
a they paes to buy from him. T is
e kind of advertising-prlmitive
enough, to be sure.
He can sead out several men and have
them invite people to his store. This is
is little better kind of advertising.
He can use schemes, issue circulars
and booklets and distribute them. This
is again a little better kind of advertis-
ter--yet at best mighty poor.
If however, he wisahe to give infor-
maUon that will be benefcial to him in
the highest sense, he must put his ad-
vertisement in the newspapers. Then
thousands of people will read it and go
to his store. As people are informed
they understand. As they are influen-
eaied, they act.
Tha newspaper gos into the homes
of people every sy and stays there.
Th people want the advertising tfor-
matim it contains. They have learned
torelyon what they read inthe news-
Paw. They have learned to rely on
the statements made in the advertise-
mts. Yes I Information is advertis-
g andthe newspaper is the best me-
4atm to furnish the information.
Just think of it Your business is in
a slaing or run-down condition. You
e afraid to move out of your tracks.
Tou stand still and refuse to advertise.
What will the end be ? It requires no
Prophetto foretell.
MW Newspaper is the life line and will
rescue your trade. Show a purpose and
advertise.-T. J. Nelly.
A Worry to MstMasters.
The following from the Sanford Her-
ald applies at almost all post offices
and we publish it that the abuse and
bhad habit may be corrected:
There are many children in this town
who go to the poet office perhaps six
times a day to inquire for mail. Of
course, the ones who go oftenest am
msually the ones whose parents receive
a paper once a week and letter once a
month. This is a decided nuisance to
the postmaster, and parents should not
allow their children to do it. Often
several children from one family go in-
to the office and inquire for mail within
a few minutes of each other. The as-
alstant posut.ter one day notteed a
ttleboy who had just inquired for mail
meet his sister at the door and beard
hmn say, "no use in going' in; I asked
for our mail an' them wasn't anything
"Oh, I'm going' in anyhow," replied
ti little girl cheerfully, and she did. .
Parents should impress the 0ospr t1
of this running to the postoffeontheir
children. If the children are expected
to carry the mail, let one in each family
be appointed to the task., and let him
be instructed as to what time be should
go to the office.
Doa't be deceived by Imitations of Deo
Witt's Carbolised Witch Hasel Salve.
Whef you ask for DeWitt'l be sure to
get t The name Is stamped on every
be. There is Just one original. It Is
a-latty good for piles. We sell and
mai&_Mthem. Sold by Tallahasa-


Former ees Me t at aMuet Mhr
Firs Time Sta* il War.
It was years after the war, sad some
veteran of both sides were echamf
reminiences at a baet given the
Board of Trade of New York. It wa
pre ed over by the it sm t
CoL J.J. JPhi of the Ninth
Virn gini mesn Ptilket's division.
'there ia sthe ele ao rifyenc
asa night attack" aM Coloa l
Ulip. tt don works with in.
tense active in the dark and even
in peacetl mes adds mi te o tethe
fear of perils, real or How
much more are the horrors of warfare
increased when the o in fore are
hidden re sight, wo t frt aw .
nouncaint of hostile intention Is the
thunder of guam, the crack of rifles, the
flash through darknes-for it is the
darkest possib night that is always
"Oa e n f tef ifht attacks in par-
ticular-es th iaui Hundred lines
in 1M-I hal M= r forget; not be-
cause of Ite Iatts rroM but be-
cause at a pe4u5arad sacred dircow
stan a a e tadso mi s the com l-
Sory ahsobedletoe ofir d i, the obey-
ing, as it wer, of a tthn heart
ly command. .
The point of attack e b earie-
fully selected, the aw dark ah
had arrived; andd was to
fire wh Gen. ePit t icnalithe
order. There was the 5 ldeserl-
bable stillness-that w*41omimn. ai
lence that always saetta ver every-
thing just before a t sIai was so
thick you eoukI cut it knife; so
heavy it weighed you if worlds
were piled upon you; so pervasive
that it filled creation for y l ou felt
that nowhere in the uanverwtwas the re
an voice or motion.
broken by the sound of adsemfull
voice rolling over the black vM Ike
the billows of a great sea, directly in
line with our guns. It was the aging
of the old hymn, 'Jeu, Lover of my
Soula' I have heard Mthat framdldmu-
sic many times in the d._uLtaa B
which inmtmbeed itsimpreuisveo e, but
never had It seemed so solesm as w-hm
It broke the stillness in which we wait
md for the order to fAre. Just as it was
riven there rang through the eight thea
Cover my defenseless bead
With the shadow of thy wing
"Ready-aim-fire to the left boys,*
"The guns were shifted,
that based not swerved tt
defenselesse head was cove the
shadow of His wing."
A federal vetemu- who boa h .
tening, looked up suddenly, aM, claapM
Ing the colonel's hand aai:
*'1 remember that night, ee--1and- I
that idnight attack which e
so many of my comrades. I s thed
hene was a second of moeno
'Jesus, Lover of My&Soul ,"rag
hat banquet board as on that U
eight in 1864 it had rung t
at Bermuda Hundred. La t
Pickett in October Lipp inott

Secretary cLin lavites allParas
Livig a the neighbrhbeed of
Camps to Isto epert as ta marh
sad CrAel Treatmaset t
The Ocala Banner of Saturday said:
"We enjoyed a very pleasant visit Fri
day afternoon from Mr. B. E. MecLI,
Secretary of Agrisulture, sad who is at
the head of the prison system of Flor-
da. He says thatdu theeghtyears
that he has been in it h been
his constant endeavor to a e the
prison system of this State, sadhbeaon.
gratulafea himself that his efforts har
been largely sueessefuL That those who
are able to recall the condition of the
prison camps in vogue eight years ago,
and the condition of them now ean
readily see the difference. That now
no State prisoners are shackled; that
the utmost care is given to the sanitary
condition of the camps and to the ioed
given to the prisoners; that the food is
wholesome and well cooked. The pris-
on camps are provided with bathing
pools and the requirements compel the
easees, to provide good and cleanly beds,
etc., for the prisoners, and as soon as a
risomrr is sick medical attention must
immediately provided, and if the sW
seeis dsaneous be must be sent to
one of the two hospitals; that carte
blanche invitations are issued to my
body interested in prison reforms to
visit the Florida prison eam at
andt tall time and the rfua toad
mit them will be instantly investigaa
by thoerin authority.
"Mr. MeLln also says that pemNe
living in the nlghboehd of the
earnemtly ead toreb
any asb measursa sved by those Is
charge of he prisoners to the authum
ties at Tallahas- sand that w
this isdone the matter is ful y
ted, and theim losses am ine reas.
ble therefore, and in all cases are
to suffer theim-c-qunces I
the law regulattg the conductat th
State prison eapt.
"Mr. MeLA anys there is one thing
now in fore that bea tried to have
chased at the meeting of every laia-
lature, but has faedand that semi-
to the prison
own-'that Is

the Calim
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Mere Than sneuoh s TOO KNe.
To maintain heath, a mature man
or woman menad uat emoagh toed to
repair the waste and saupl ewer
and boey hqat. T habitual eomemp
tio of m bod than to emsosary tor
thee perp s is the prime ea ae ao
tomeah embles, rbumationm ad dis
order o t mkqMwas If treeb wi

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.- j.jasper amer W I ierty a *S U
nIt aspects to Goreror roewmarsud's .
himses as follows: 4_a
Governor Broward told the a
whbe he wanted their voteW
was going to draln the
for the benefit of the whole
ad when they were drained that
oeoM be bought in from five to
we lots and uaed for
traok as would br r
prodoueers. .
We wee by the dall tat hCtomI
that he ia trying to n t _pe tusu
MA&istg Ilke PR qPmM a t
haltf areas r o t and It wene '
Is oderstood la to be fAith a
eo dollar p I4oI oerd OOD
Now, we i eM o to know what that I
4d11rence it Ihe0 to the tax paWer atd
whether this or that set of money
olmagers own the lands that he has M OlM
bee telling us that were worth so Codb
mu"a ioney to the whole people.
J hae been building dredges and Pardo
dllgt In the mud now for nearly ared w
four years, and from the best intor- '
mautio we can get, and we have flJr-at
talked with people that are Just from
that section of the country, and they
tell s that there Is more water In
the Everglades at the present time Mr.
than has been known for several ford Ave
yearw worth ol
Now If all the money that has been amlly r
spent in the last four years for nees aad
dredges and other expenses has not els la so
availed anything, where is the con. *d to as:
sistency In continuing this burden on benefit C
the people? aff1oetion
Of course we have not been on the the dig0
ground and we don't know that we Electric
would be any the wiser if we had, as edy I kn
from what we can gather, Governor at all dr
Broward has practically been raised
on the ground and so far as we can
wee, he doesn't seem to be overbur. .
dened with wisdom In that direction. o fy
Of course, one doesn't necessarily j 'dumi.
have to be raised In the Everglades *ihl is
to know that water won't run up- NWtW,
hill, neither does one have to be raised ..
on a mountain to understand that c
water will rush down a steep incline,
bt Just common horse sense il imews
Enough to teach anybody that six '.'
Inches to one foot fall to take water VkStDO
from any large fountain head, such ashe
as the big lakes in the Everglades, 3 T
In such quantities as to drain or lower "
the water to any great extent, and --."-
we have always understood that from Ws.
twenty-three to twenty-4i feet wasw ~ ysa
abo0 all. the fall that there was be, as*.aD- s
twe m the big lakes in the Everglades g^.'
a"e the ocean waters, consequently ,y Ma
th .oavy rains that usually fall 1
thrdMheout Bouth Florida will flood or e
overflow the territory in the vicinity S a
of the canals Just as It did before
he canal were It Is stated that this eapttallsed 1
pon c~r t is going to take on this I l. ThM
me i and a hoat acres of land herftm
n tWM rglTadef ais to do a great deal oete
of disMllmaa pea of the payment h wk
or the which of course sounds *e ,
Very maurjT a ruse, but is put out
to d4o 0sake the people believe P
hat'the e is really getting more "While
hanlone olarper acre for the laud. taken wi
The Irsql Improvement Board George M
a saquAaoetf ain our opinion about *I have al
6% the mWmy they can get their hands without I
M that i be aued for that purpose, Mr. A. V
ad as .reraor Broward"s term of suaded m
tfflce we -o expire, It is our opin- Cholera I
on will as we heard some one say oottle of
S*ew da~ g that the ditches In the porsale
Iveyerz m ln stad as a monu-
nent oi.%r Broward's Jackass-

hwp-3ev. ikmb a s --B
as wea i" es aw m"

'r Chrenleo Diarrmoe.
la the army in 18U I was
th chroole diarrhoea," says
. Felton of South Gibson, Pa.
Inace tried many remedies but
any' permanent relief, utU
N. Miles, of this plaoe, per-
e to try Chamberlalna' Colic,
and Diarboea RAmedy, one
which stopped It at once."
by Tallahase Drug Co.

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= F. J. CRNmY &0C., To.
y aD dral75e. A 16tf.
Sholose seekin for te seefr

m Thfor thes oreenet for
meeolent Meelth Advice.
M. M. Davisn, of No. 7 Otf
s., San Jose, Cal., says: "The

Bilectternic BittehanIn any a her"
medy, tor headache.
torpor f." the liver and ow-
pro~nouaed that I am prompt,
Sa word la Its favor, tfor the
if those seeking relief from
a. There t more health for
tive organs hi a bottle of
Bitters than In any other rem-
ow of." Sold under guarantee
ug stores. Soc.

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Lloyd, Florida.

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WI. D. Pftoroas.
Oat of tow dwe rw.
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Something Else!

Guess What?

Don't ask Sweeting, because He'll not

tell you---NOT YET. Later he'll

do better than talk. He will

present you with a


Keep an Eye on him, and

Incidentally on his new and elegant stock of




Aboet the Defeat and Says the Party
Is Now a United One.
Chairman Mack, of theNstional Dem-1creanyca
ocratie Campaign Committee, has the W i e ay ome
following to may to the voters of the beyond the reach of n
SThere i not much for me tol ay and WHAT IT COSTS.
ao pologies e to make relative to the WAT IT COSTS.
S victory of the Republican party. Mr. --
Br made the mt magnfent fght
eye aby a endidte The t "Telad ,W Les, SheR Bands &23..
wt ethe victim of Ita- 475 Times Tal ed meagh to Rave
to -a misrepresentaton tha lD0o- 1a0e a riat I,0 Large Telomes
era-e de w retard the beuds s S o Ale 0c *
latersts of the country. of Pae o** Re
course, an argument without founda- [Jacksonville Metropolis.]
tion In fact.Tm,, law that requires all candidates
Notwithetndn yeterday'adefeat for State, county and city officeto file
th Democratic pa stands more unl abillof expenditures during the
ted today than t baa n many years campaign mmeditly after election
and In this union lies itsuturestreorth in force in Georgia now, and the oawdi-
adpower of reeuperation date who won and lost in the recent
It is my intention to continue head- Georgia primaries are now filing the
arte i Buf alo and Wasahintoo for bills that show what it cost them to be
taeltfeuryears to k in t eo lete d or defeated. One of the defeat-
with the leaders of a thetate a ed candidates for a county oice Ina that
|lto rDemoeraticrde rn les and State has just filed the following bill:
etie I h t by prtimUng of 'Lost 4 months and 88 days canvass.
theatre to aid % eersm ofthe in; 1.83 hours thinking about the elect.
Stei tariff, whieh tio B acres of cotton; scres of corn;
I the Ail.eans wil lomn who J=w t potato crop; 4 sbhep 65
r* ;, r their prom to shots and 1 betf given to a barbteue;

toe, State Chaeiren, and other leaders plop of tobacco, 7 Sunday me 1I
all over the oatry. books, 2 pairs of suspenders, 4 calico
"I a his own Stae Nebraska where dresses, 7 dolls and 18 baby rattles.
be is best kmwa, Mr. Bryan was victo "ToMld 2,8 lies; shook hands 28,475
ieA. While it is true that he mt t s; talked eough to have made in
Swith ti the astle h e dlso s 1,000I large volumes sise of Patent
the = X (sppoedbyreports; klselda babies; kin-
the si Wg semma mu ms his dised 14 kiteen fires; cut three cords of
Me wh voted fr him ad his ri wood; ulled 474 bandles of fodder-
he aspiiwily iwv th e154 pounds of eatte; helped p
~ 5 Ma.aesdothe etof lad e a no dog 14 besheis of pota-
|. -ti y itoes; toted dT27 of water; put au
S rex ICM 7 aeves; was dogit 4 times; watch
wowkec by oab, eost $ to have It re-
do 09% r. $gvs "Loamed out 8 bareis of dour, 50
l I a t D a "o. fe .1mal, 10pounds of bacon, 87

ue i aen none of which

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lI NIt C elarities
iE Do not risk having
of Kidney or Bladder Dieme not Bright's Disease
medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes

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cart u contuiliza a bottle of 8*. .
seph' Uiuid Liver explator, but i
much larger than th:e illutradom a
printed in black ink n a yellowesar
Drugsists amd general ncrchantasel
at iocenta a bottle. or yo ecani gt It
rectfrom u attleannie prie. Th
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Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Given in Accordance with Sections
574 and 675 of the General Statutes
of the State of Florida:
OGwynn purehaserof Tax certificate numbered
ft dated thl,6th day of August, A. D. 1906, has
ed said crtiflcate In my offe and made applies-
tion for tax deed to assue In accordance with law.
Said eartifcato embraces the following described
property, situate in Leon county, state of Flo Idla.
to-wit: Lt numbered four, 4. of block twenty-
two in Villa Mitehell. in sections one oand two.
I and 2. in township one. 1, south of range one. 1,
west, as per plot filed in the office of Clerk of Cir.
cult Court. containing one-fourth of an acre, more
or loss.
The said land being aseesed at the date of the
issuance of said eartificate in the name of J. W.
Adamr. Unless aid certificate shall be redeemed
aeoording to law tax dead will Issue thereon on
the 10th day of November. A. D. 19W
Witnss my official signature and seal this the
8ft day of October. 10&.
8U-t Clerk Circuit Court. Leon countAy Florida

In the Circuit Court for Leon County,
Florida.-In Chancery.
John R. Saulsbury
SAnna ulbury t al.
v par by the affidavit of John L Neeley. at-
tornay for the complainant in the above entitled
cause, that Joeeph B. Ormond. John Chaires and
Mrs. Carrie Chairs Ellis are defendants in said
cause, that each of them is over the ae of twin.
t-on years,. and that each of them hisa resident
of a State other than the State of Florida. but
that the place of residaene and petoA e amdta
ae each of the said named defendants are on-
known; aad there is no persem in the Stata of
Prda the serniee of a aube aRoa whom
wPuld Md them said damanto.or alther of
- e. Thorers t is dtered that the said do.
fndeats, Joseph Ormond. Jha Chaires and
Mrs. Carrie Chres ls do appearto the bill f
eompllatfied in said ceae on the th day of Do.
e'rPaiA. D.10 and to plead. answer or di
It is further ordered that this eder be pub.
ished to The Weekly True Dememat, a newmpe
p publhabad in the elty of adbaha-sa a the
o uty m Laa in the State oa eraoMae o ash
weak for eigt eae tlIve weeks.
WitnessmyhaM sd athe sea saf id eourt at
A. Dh."19 lr this *th day of Septmber.

wc erkC iCrrlt Court. LoM eoaa, r-.a
/ S iheIfrs Sale.
by virtue at a writ af xect to me directed ,
i smadarmdLaeor 0 .I will expes to sao at
uh vdw aem Moeday. the 7th day of Deem.
A. D. 81t3 as Me r Uofr ls It' sof
s sa oa(t a* firurls, 4lot
6. soas n ai i--&e wnrh

0 s M
esseeesas an aa...

Made'as required by Section 2. Chapter U5N,
Acta 1107.
.Showin the amount of tax shared to the
'Tax Collector" of Leon County, Florida, to be
collected for the current year 1907, and the appor-
tionment of the same to the several funds for
which taxes have been levied:
Total tax for the year 1907-..... .49.1I.10
Amount paid to Oct. 1. 1908.. 47.0g.M
Balance............... ....... 2.751.3
General Revenue---------.............. 9.0.00
Amount paid to Oct. 1.,1906 9.1S4.2-- 8=.?I
Schoolsa........................ 24.4o.O
Amount paid to Oct. 1.1901.. 1l.I-.49- 1.I9n.U
Polls-.......................... l.0.00
Amount paid to Oct. 1. 1906.. 1..000- MLO.
Pine and Forfeiture-.......... .r O.Oo
Amount paid to Oct. 1. 190... 3.01 .-- 17I21
Roads and Bridges............ .015.
Amount paid to Oct. 1. 190L.. 7.579.8-- 46.40
Special School. District No. L 6.12.80
Amount paid to Oct. 1. 1906.. 4.881.8- 3.41

Attest- HBaT T. PFLs .
lark of Circuit Court. Leon County, Florid.
October let, 190.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed,
Given in Accordance with Sections
5674 and 675 of General Statutes of the
State of Florida.
GywnG. purchaser of tax certificate number-
ed 80 dated thsixth day of Aurust. A. D. 191.
has fled said oortifcotewan my oamoeand made ap-
plication for tax deed to issue in" with
w. Said certificate embrace the following d-
scribed property, ltuate in Leon county. state of
Florida, to-wit: Lot anumbered five, of bloek
three. & In Vilta MiteblL in sections oenemd two
In township one, 1. mouth of range one, 1. wt,
of an sacre, al lot numbered ftve, ., of bofek
twenty. U In Villa Mitheell. In sections oe and
two. in township oneo 1. south of ran e one. f
wet, % of an acr. per plot fled In the aofea "
the clerk d the circuit court, contaiang aew
more or leos.
The aid land beinassessed a& the date of the
uanceofaide tificatein then ame of EuaB.
With. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
aeerdlarf to law tax deed will Issueo there=ea
the 1thd of Nt ember. A. D. 1NS.
Witness my oe iaeature and seal this the
lMh a y ofOtober. lf.
(aAf' H-ma T. P UCUL.
4- oerk cuita ao L county. via.
eSofe f S Sellu6s6 Neettag.
SAnuM Mstima at ta Stekhodie af the
J. P. WllsmmD Land Ca-a-On oorpattAo am.
der the mwaeof the aof lrtdak will be heM
t'hu7% IIfMembIr tkl.USt at 0 o'eleek wL.
atthe =36Mofthe ompa Ia Tanlhhamee
MM ditt tsar a-d al M-ah the har e w-
aly be hadod at saeh a
00b-6nth. 5
ShIeaUl Sale.
BT varUN oF A W=T or amerTION
oouw s ar id, i dt o f erLeas eemt. Iw e.-
t5 Wae- at pubi a- M1d am Mead6. the "t
agDecember. A. D. ISnL at a bhe etef I
o sno o saidda dat the mars t hes4 da,
a the City of Talabassem esm ter u laan S
of Fler e letof boo mses in aag sA- -e
ty"e wrier. tw4 pair U e asaeSa i
ter, ens hem ses ad, twe"a Lm Sd
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Cetts. The 6 MTL vy pilira 11 itis 1ndTca t-
ed there for Mr. Taft seemed at once
to eseelpate any probability of a land.
side. for Mr. Bryan, as many demo.
rats had claimed, and the republican
managers at onee began to put out
elaime of victory.
Returns from the up-country dis-'
triots of New York state, where vot
tag machines are largely used, were
aet to arrive It had been predicted
kw days that Drie county, including
the heavy vote of Buffalo, might b,'
taken as an index to the drift through-.
out the country. This has proved
the cais. so far as the national ticket
was concerned, Mr. Taft having a
plurality of something more than four
thousand votes Drie county, sur-
prislngly, however, gave Chanler a'
plurality of more than 3,000.
The opponents of Governor Hughes
were quick to claim a sweeping vic-
tory, but returns from the other large
counties and cities soon changed the
complexion of the returns completely.
The vote in Greater New York for
MIr. Obanler was deeply disappointing
e his friends, while the heavy vote for
Ur. Taft, especially is the borough
Sroohlya, completely eclipsed tie
t anpulaae hopes of the republic-
M. GovOmnor Hughes wie cut heavy.
unp the staie, but not so deeply as
to ImperU his election, once the drift
In his favor below the Bronx had be-
gun to make Itself felt.
Some of the figures relating to the
republican slump in certain states,
regarded as certainly republican, are
little short of amazing. Pennsylvania's
Immense plurality of over 5i0,00n) four
years ago, has been cut in two.
Ill;nois, which gave Roosevelt 305,.
000 in 1904, has gone for Taft by
about 170,00o, The highest claim of
the republicans for Indiana is 15,000,
as against a lurality of 9t3,00) for
Iowa, which gave Mr. Rloosevelt
168,.(0 '0 plurality in 19104, has drop
ped down to about 40,000 for Taft.'
The return of Missouri to the demo-
eratic column on the presidential
ticket, wiped out a republican plural-
ity of of 26,,.0O four years ago.
'Mary!an.l and W'est Virginia are con.
fldently claimed by the republicans,
but the returns are too meager to'
justify a classification of either state
Massachusetts, New York and New
Jersey were striking exceptions to
the generally reduced republican plu
realities. 4
There has been a shrinkage in the
democratic vote in several of the
southern states, notably in Virginia
and North Carolina.
Mr. Taft has carried Wisconsin byI
a plurality estimated at 75,000, a
falling of from the Roosevelt plural.
ity of 1'6,000N in 1904.
Kentucky has gone safely for Mr.
Bryan by between 1.0:X0 and 1.,03)0.
Representative \V. S. Cowheril has
been elected govei nr of Miissouri
over Hadle3 (republican) by about 20,.
V0o. *
Governor John A. Johnson, of Mn.
nesota, ha.s probably been elected gov.
ernor of that state for a third term,
although the state has gone safely for
The voting throughout the country
has hbfd exceptionally heavy, ideal
weather conlitir'Ti. :,ringing out the
eountr.\ voters in ful' force.
Mr Taft carried practically every
socal.eel doubtful state, except Ne-
braska. where the indications point
to a democratic victory.
Mr Bryan has carried Nevada and
Montau.a in addition to the solid south,
which includes Missouri.
Returns from Colorado and Mary.-

land are too meager to form a def-
lalte conclusion as to their ultimate


S .keago, Nov. 4-- gene W. Cha-'
presidential candidate of the pro-
bibitiom party, after scanning the elee.
S los rMetur, made a statement oon-
S dMtMg as follows: a
The demoeratUe party is dead. The
"A froa w on will be between the
S U prty a&d the whisky (r-
garty* ad we will ele0 L


Louisiana today, the returnA indicating
a majority of 40,000.
Provoety, democrat, was elected su-
preme court judge, and Shelby Tay.
lor, democrat, was elected railroad
All sever d ~uratto noimtnees, for,
oongres were elected. The constitu-
tioal amendment exempting mewt-
gages from taxation Is believed to
hare passed.

Jlaeso, Mse., Nov 4.-The return
from today's election Indiate that
Bryan carried MislNsippi by Sa mijoW
ty of over 10,000. AUl elkt 4deam .

e vote for Taft tdow" a f
e- lOtw ae cs g g fg
.,..* or to sp

tideb. N. C., Nov 4.-Th-I wiUl
rbably be ra s lt trim bm
the democratic majority of two years
ago. The figures wiU be about 40,000
majority for the demouorat.
In the eighth and testh.oongres
al dietidOte indications are for .
lieoan victor.

CharIote, N. C.. Nor. 4.--
twns are unprecedently low, bt it
la coneedel that the f geo-
cratic ticket will omw by a majority
of at leOat 30,0W0. The republican
ticket mad* gala tmmougbot, the


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Bears the



worKing mjopity..
Early Wednesday morning returns
received from 31G congressional dis-
tricts, out tot 391 in the country. Of
these republicans had 171, the demo.
nrati 1 9 were idoubtful and from
6, districts no'accurate returns had
been received. On this showing the
republicans party at this hour lack 17
votes of being able to control the
house. Speaker Cannon has been re-
At 1 o'clock Wednesday morning,
Chairman McKinley, of the republican
congressional oommtitee, gave out the
following statement:
"From reports received up to mid-
night it would appear that 330 repub
licans and 161 democratic members
of the house have been chosen, giving
the republicans a majority of 69 in
the sixty-first congress. Later returns
may change this eetmate somewhat,
as there are several close couatests in
which we expect to make republican
Returns u pto date show the elec-
tion of sixty-four democrats to con-
greoss and 78 republicans.
Republicans gain a district In the
state of Pennsylvana heretofore held
by democrats.


Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 4.-Nine
democratic congressmen have been
elected In Alabamaw and retarnme indi-
cated the defeat of the proposed con-
stitutional amendment providing for
the formation of new counties, and
the biennial seesson. amendment.
The good roads amendment seeme to
have carried. The indloations are
that the normal idsi4wtic majority
has been maintained

Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 4.-BrpMa
has carried Arkansas by a redeo"d
majority, according to scattered re
turns, as the result of a heavy Igiro
vote throughout the state. All den.
ocratic congressmen were elected.

Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 4.-The elec-
tion in Florida resulted In the usual
democratic majorities of from 18,0"
to 20,000, owing to the slow count
of the long ballot. however, actual fig-
ures cannot be given.

Atlanta, Nov. 4.-Incomplete returns
from over the state indicate that Bry-
an and Kern have carried Georgia by
a clear majority over all other candi-
dates. The majority, however, will
be small, probably not over 20,000 or
Taft b carried ht counties and
two others rom w ich the completed
returns have not been reported are In
doubt, with indications potting to the
success of Taft. The Taft counties
are Chattooga, Forsyth. Haraleon,
McIlntosh, Peickena, Polk, Tallaferro,
Whitfekd. Gilmer and Gordon are In
the doubtful column.
Watson carried *even counties, In-
cluwing his home county of McDuffe,
Glaeeock, Johnson, IAncoln, McDuffle,
Oaonee, Bcreven and Warren.
The Hisgen and Graves vote
throughout the state was a negligible
quantity. The independence party
candidates Oid not carry a single coun-

New Orleans, Nov. 4.-Bryan swept


For Over

Thirty Years

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ColumbiA 8. C., Nov. 4.-South Car-
olina will give Bryan about 60,000 to
60,000 majority, while the state and
oongressiol dettriots are overwelm.
Iagly democratic.
Later returns will not change the
reaulta in this state.
MTe socialists and Independence
leaguers polled a very small vote.

Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 4.-Bryaa's
majority in Tennessee on today's eleo-
tion will about equal that of Parker
four years ago, something over 24,000.
The democratic state ticket is eleot-
aed by tfom 20,000 to 26,000. The eon-
gresonal delegation remals un-
changed as to complexion, eight des.
oerats and two republicans, but N. W.
Hale, republican incumbent in the seo-
ond, Is ap arently defeated by Rich-
ard W. Austi aleo republican.

Dallas, Texas, Nov. 4.-Returns In-
dicate the election of the entire dem.
oratic ticket, both state and national,
by tihe usual majority.
The count Is progressing slowly.
RichtnId, Va., Nov. 4.-Bryan's es.
timated majority in this state, on in-
complete return., is 20,000. Saunders,
democrat, has carried the fifth district
by from 600'to 800. Slemp, republi-
can, carried t1e ninth district by
about 3,000. UMl of the other demo-
cratic oandkidata are elected.
The' vote.'la Richmond .city was:
Bryan, 4,127; Tf, 1,146.
Late return from the ninth dis-
trict (Virglnia) Indicate that Slemp,
republican, will have a majority of
8,000 over Byra, democrat, for con-

Cincinnati, Now. 4.--Returns
from West Vh*l came in slowly,
but enough bid bea received to in-
dicate a sitabt frstate for Judge
Taft, alhms the margin was so
slight that a Mate could til be
called do& O, n te first 160 pre-
cincts thoa alv la In favor of Taft
contained probly 1,000 pluhnality for

The indications are that the follow-
ing votes will be e t In the electoral
college for Taft:
California .. .. .. .. .. ** .. 10
Oonaeetot ........ *
Delaware .... .... .... ......* ****
Idaho .. .......... ...... ..
Illinois ......... .... ...... 27
Indiana .. .. ........* 15
Iowa ...... ..... 13
Kansas ...... .... ....... ... 10
Maine .. .. ..... ... ... ...
Masabusetts ......... .. .. 16
MohiMgan ........ ...... .. 14
Minnesota .... ..'. .** .. .. 11
New Hampshire .......... .... 4
New Jersey...... ......... 1%
New York .................3
(forth Dakota .. .. .. .. .. .... 4
Ohio .. .... .......... .. ... 23
Oregoa .. .. .. ........ .. 4
Pennsylvania .... .. .... $4
Rhode Iand .. ....... ..* ** *4
ath~ akota .. ... .. 4
Utah -- ...... ** -.. 3
Verment .. ... ........ 4.
Washington .......... .. ** **
.West Virtalnia .. ........... 7
Wiscoasin .. .. .. .... ... ..3.. S
Wyoming .. .. .. .... ** ** ** *


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right; an aheathy w am 1m 3s = p* ,
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ApafCfWBOY for
tion. Sow' sisubD
wwmrm. Comdsios ..wro51is
miS WUiI Ia or sugfl

mail' SW UP WWSS.

J Charles B. Parkhil ot the
ri Supreme Court. is in t Pmsok
to eat his vote today, _and Ubf
*Ie by his large number of Ird
Fl ela, who always eiv Ise.a-
bia's sifted son a warm, weom when.-
ever he visit the city.-Pensaol.Jour-
Why James Lee Got Well.
Everyboy In Zanesville, 0., knows
Mrs. Mary LeAe, of rural route 8. She
writes: "My husband, James Le,
firmly believes he owe his life to the
use of Dr. Kin's New Discovery. His
lungs were so severely affected that
consumption seem ed lnela**w
a friend a domend Now Dosovery.
We tried It, sad its useas-resto
him to perfect hIltL" Dr. Rin
Discovery Is the KI O threat
res1 r w'tey P 9w gi m a
it bo Wa m eM N -all S

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atdabout lmm
gumbo upkth tee

I takte gt o oft number of
ftwus IUsa glorioiMs
e hris5tin peopleofte ea-
end omety were greatly r -
olev. Joba L Cuteuper to Tal-
andR. mh b lat as be is In
itisdtoe tofhis son Burke,
dIshopedta there may be many
o of his coing. Talah ee-
i always jqfully welcome the
,.J tf of either or both these workers
- .tbe vineyard of the Lord.

,The countyeommaestomers met in re-
sdat monthly sessie Wedaesday. B
mith, chairman, G. Joe, W.
olls, W.D. toutamire and W. A.
IRqgiter a full board were inattend-
ase. There was nothing of public in
teet before them, only routine busl-
ae being transacted.
Lame *aek.
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
-mall of the back, and Is quickly
eared by applying Chamberlain's Ual-
D mnt two or three times a day and
,Saesauing the parts at each applloa-
Mea. For ale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
Remember, NIcNoLON giveacoupons
vith every Mash s"e. Buy your jewelr
P 99 from him and help get the piano fo-
mot popular young dyin ur

4eo. P. RANT. WK. J. OvmN.
SW 1 ELas. JoHN L. NwxLY.

Rome Phone 26 Office Phone


Fa SAL-1,OOOOOO feept of good
htigge p timber, is In two miles of
i1 Usib Air Line Railway 1 miles
Sef Tallahaee Owner log it.
A Appl to this office for parteiarsI. S
M F SAL-Medlua-laed Florlda.
nduem at resena price. Call
S4-a JH. IFountain, Wet TennUee.
Stet, Tallr eem,, FM. tf
s BM8ALEI Set of New Cone Pal.
SL A bargain at th oees.
SForood loboo Stock Farme
or 2Lota, -er a to
1 Q. Oibbs, TalahaMese, x LO
um StAMrus I No need to send
ej- M Tallahassee for Rubber Stm .
S M t thnem quick as good as
b m and cheap.
en Us I For all kinds of prating.
I aPn" youra heooer naty prieb ted
s herp, or cheaper tha y a brly

ao t Tree Dmoem-rat --tf
P AIDA arge comfortable room,
Se with beard for a
Howar Gembe,
---A dmedhm damudota.
at caoer CoD wC
FM Woow-o-m Dr. J. H. B Dtt
tw-We the Bet Shile and
lllat, ~er with m Ibmakea
1t will sre 1roef ferymse.
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But they

52 In. Brilliantine, in Blues,

Browns, Greens, Grays
and Blacks, usual 75c val-

ue, for

50ca yd

56 In. Broadcloth, regular

75c goods, any color, at. 50c

Silk Brilliantine, worth $1 a

- 75c.

Changeable Silk Ginghams,
for Waistings, worth 25c.



The new stripe effects in
Panamas and Flannels,
at- 75c and $1.00
Ladies' Raglands in all the
new colors, several styles,
and many prices, from
M $3 to $15.00

You will find these cheaper than you have bought them before.


Mr. LamWr Writ tes latredad Letter. -
Rome Grand Hotel, Oct. 24, 190. [ -s
Editor True Democrat-Sine writing STATE NEW S.]
you last from Milan our trip has taken t
my wife and self through the Italian I
lake to the ity of Flor ce, and The State Poltry Show will be held
brought us to this city, ome. in 8 Petersburg in December.
Lakes Comoe, Lugano and Maggiore, Mr. David Bear one of Pensacola's
with their surround ,*-n *s, .their oldest and most highly resoeted Jew-
beautiful valleys, towns and villas Ish eitlm, died tone o'clock Monday
strung along their shores,are morning at the home of his
thing to be seen and never forgotten. dahter, Mrs. Max J. Kahn, north
The Simplon moun s a 1A o og e Bayg street, after a very brief illness
Ros can be een, wit sonow due to the inrmititea of old age.
=o their crest And we am ...n .
t -reat forms towerIn n the hesv- The Armour PMing Company I"
one, from the deck ot a little lake p h r t nesacola, and
steamer, on a balmy Octoi ,o ag. a January 1st next will Cub-buoce the
The city of Florenc Is the centm of e.tion of a thoouphly up-to-date
art in Italy. All grat paintings in the cold storage plant am warehouse, for
world could be destroyed except thw the storage of its extensive stocks of
in Florence, and the world would tillts fresh ats and other packing house
be rich in the works of the master p roduc .
painters. The mot severe hail store on record
Florence was the birth place of in Pnaol or vicinity occurred Mon-
Danorene wad to e ofli te publday between the hours of 12 and I
Dante, and one of its publi s e o'clock, at the Navy Yard. Tio hail-
witnessed the burning of .vonsrola In teaw
1496. The ltter was a Dominsn m ak toNse were a o large that the men who
a148d ws pl wf 8k o weat work at the yard w me corn
and was Prior of th M a s Mo7Se ai p? lled to knock off until the storm
Mareo in Florence. He spoke agaot jsed. The storm lasted for about ten
the s ions. as he to ght thi m of minutes. Those who saw the hail fall
ltheA hsA aida oG came Ao o say that the stones were as large as
with theo ideas of Po. Alexan. peo e t
der the o th. Martin Lu ; called ,iisd e..
Savomrola the herald of the Reform. That the St. Johns river is seenoo to
tiem. But reading his lfet r be greatly improved is evident fhrmthe
It ak ie died in fulla w b' f tefact that Capt. Geore R. S,
Catholle Church. The y is barm- acting fortihe Unitedtates
ingly situated in a fertle valley, sr- ing department of the government
roded m al sides by mountalts. It comes into immediate poof a
MbU erieamuseum and palaes most valuablepiece of waterfrlt prop-
aboumwith mastmim of aintig erty to be use as a dredge harbor for
and of sculpture. n outsid was, the vessels in the Jacksonville district.
eveo, are some ie freso paintings. St. Augustine, November 2-A gre-
And under arcades i the streets are some findwas made along the ban of
fbe statuary and breases. Michael the San Sabastian river this morning
Awelo tIs buried in one of the churches by a Mr. Miller, when he came scras a
Ue~ city, Santa Croce. His werld- human skull protruding from the mud
famed statue David, s In the National of the river bed. When Mr. Miller iden-
MaUaem in Florence. Galileo is also tified the skull as that of ahumanbead,
buried n Santa Croee. he hastened to the city and notMfed the
A IMP marble figureof Dante stands authorities. Sheriff Pery proesedd to
in freatof the hareh. the scene and had the bones unearthed.
Our vitdt is now to Rome, the Eternal This led to the discovery of other booes
City. Julis Caesar would not reeog- of the human body. The ghastly find
8ie it, could he awake, and see ite Am e s surrounded in mystery. It Is beived
modern hoto, electric street cars, and that the skeleton is that of a negro, I
the ity finely lighted. Rome now mum- Judging from the contour of the skull, I
bers about one-haf million population, but no one from this locahty is unacse
Don't imagine it to be a city ofsplendid counted for.
Ith as a*ll knuw, some splld Lake Butler, November 2.-W. H.
rln. "but it also has om Hommock was murdered, it is alleged
moedes building gs and by one Jesse Willis, colored at bIO
remain ere one week, then to Nape. Junction last night at 6:0 oclosk.
Arter be no Pare,!t oeN a to Robbery was the motive, as his watch
After that to Paris, and thtn h o to ^w-,^S- --. -- ,-
the U. 8 A., and to Plorida. We vie- nd money was missing. Mr. Hom k
cited St P eers Churicht ts ft was a resident of this place and hold a
dwarf eery other chu strtue l rem poiti on the Atlatic
t worMt. Its i e ad harmony of Coast Line rallwayl He leaves a wife
s. It ri doonWo im and three childrentomourn his death.
Naarh fro. tohe eb Welborn, November 2.-News renewed
o ifAn Cmo and other here late today of the shooting of two
tea-t S L m 8k St. Peters the little white children, y negro boat
Si any repeta the Camp Lumber Compnys'
&T w a O enth ea-Slon the "ear White Sprin ooe of te* lre
_rig~h to ff belne stateof St being ina _in OU- condition _detx-
Peter. inhtid he holds (Is qybol) posted to live. Ms. George WUMkI4

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B. F. Camp, Mst eug
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AdvertsemeOt tor Bids for Addltleas
to Court Ho e. Tallahaa e, Fia.
SCouty. Fora d bid for the ot
tion of two (2) additional offces and two (2) ad-
tional Fire Proof Vaults to the Court Howse at
Tallshasee, Florida; the Plan and Spcificationu
ma on file with H. T. Falkel, Clerk ofthe Court.
at TaIsham Fla., and copies can be secured.
Bids must be filed with said Clerk of the Court on
or before November 24th, I, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Tw Bard rearvwa the riht to reject aTbid and
ad M. a C. SMITH.
ISt Chairman Boeard Commirioneram i

One ad Two-bose
When kept to agreed time becomes
the property of the user.

Wood! Wood!

I am prepared to furnish
Wood in any lengths. Hard
Wood and Pine.
Yards 94 West Tennessee
Street, Tallahassee, Fla.

Write to your friends to subscribe for
The True Democrat and secure the
Hand-knitted and Crotchetted Shawls,
Slip pers, Hoods Baby Sacks, Bootees
kep always on hand, and orders solici-
ted. Also articles in exquisite drawn-
work. See Miss Jessie Blake, 248 E.
Park Avenue. 32


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Jacksonville, Fla.


School Books
and Supplies
I have in stock every
Book and Article needed
in all Schools.
To enable me to sell
goods at the closest pri-
ces I have decided to
sell strictly for cash.
I solicit your patronage
on these terms.

Book and Stationery Store.


Stops Indigestion

Sour Stomach,

Belching, Gas on Stomach.

. Go to your druggist, get a dollar
bottle of Kodol.
And if you can honestly ay that
you did not receive any benefit
from it after using the entire bot-
tle, the druggist will refund your
money to you without question or
We will then pay the druggiat
the price of the first bottle par-
ehased by you.
If youknow as well a we
do how good a preparation Kodol
Is, it would be umeo y forueto
guarantee a si1o bottle.
But to lt you know bow good
it i, as wll aswe know, we wll
ractcall prch the t bottle
Not yoIL

We know then are thoumad
of persti who aeftr f em
loa aad dwho ron
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Furthermore, we know thaM
after you have used Kodol u
faith tIn the preparati will e
equal to ours.
This proposition we make i s
a1ether bktte
by knowledge. h e the
Kodol by you will be t youe a
well as ournelve.
How could we aford to mabo
such an offer to the puble.
And how could we aford to
pond thumands of dollars tt
y about It unless we
nw Md woere sure of ten
of KodoL
We couldn't-It would blib
Please try It today at our rM.
Kodol digefts all the food youent
at what you wat aad ma
Kodol diget It
Kodol is mad at t&U laboim
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Theo aOm botso semti

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id some Great Bargains at Alford Brothers'

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We have made prices to suit
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Bombay Vapor, and What it Dos.
Cleans, lays dust, destroys mosquitoes, roaches and all in-
sects. Prevents fevers and contagious disease. A perfect
disinfectant and deodorizer. Positively harmless. oM-
explosive. Manufactured by BOMBAY VAPOR COMPANY,
408 W. Forsyth street, Jacksonville, Florida.
C Bombay Vapor has no equal as a Bombay Vapor kills germs, red ata,
mosquito, fly and roach exterminator, flies, fleas, roaches, lice, and drive et
Bombay Vapor, while sure death to mice and rats.
all vermin such as fleas, moths, red Bombay Vapor for horses and cattle
ants, bed bugs and other insects, isa has no equal. If sprayed on horses sd
perfectly harmless and non-explosive, cows, flies will not bother them. Hosge
Bombay Vapor is a perfect dust lay- will stand and drive without frettift
er. can be used on carpets and waxed after a Vapor bath.
floors, stores, cafes, hotels, public build- Bombay Vapor disinfects, deodorus,
ings, hospitals, churches steamships, cleans, polishes any and every thi
billiard parlors, dancing halls and all with a hard surface easier tha any
kinds of floors, other known fluid.
Bombay Vapor cleans furniture of all Bombay Vapor, recommended by hun-
kinds, polished marble or tiles, painted dreds who have used it and are reedy to
walls, show cases, buggies, automo- testify to its merits.
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metal work of all kinds, doors, win- men, dairymen and many others ue and
dows, woodwork and mirrors. recommend Bombay Vapor.
Bombay Vayor prevents fevers and
all contagious diseases if freely used in J. D. CAY, A Ueit.
all sinks, Closets, pantries and damp, .f l .
dark places in around the home. T
Read what Mr. H. H. Richardson, the secretary of the
Jacksonville Board of Trade says:
Jacksonville, Fla., July 24, 1906.
BOMBAY VAPOR CO., 408 W. Forsyth St., City.
Gentlemen: I beg to advise that I have used the Vapor
which you manufacture and find it to be one of the finest
things I have ever used for polishing furniture, floors, etc.
It also acts as a splendid insecticide and the odor is nbt
at all offensive. I have also found it useful for spraying Into
chicken houses and on live stock to keep the flies away. I
predict it will have a big sale in this city.
Very truly, H.H. RICHARnSON.

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X-Rays Are Not Needed.

It is extremely xasperating to experiment with
expensive articles and not experience satisfaction.
You connot tell even by examination with x-rays

whether they are extraordinary or not.

To be

act you must use them or extract an expression
from some one xtant who has ended some time

in thsir

tended use.

That extra quality xists in

our Buggies we know from customers in xisitence

who xtol them to an extreme xtent.

explanation need be xacted

exercise good

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judgment and buy one of our xtra

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