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Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: November 13, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00195
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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mefe the ex-

08 1 own lalMeaesthat may
be brongt ber1, rI do not intend
during u term as Governor co appoint
any mam Is ooIe who it a rafter.
drunMkrd MorInompetent. I do not in-
tend to appoint am anPtisfaetpry man
S because he Is my friend and apoOrter
to even theo most Insignleast office
within mySU o
S "Althoughs vemrl months will poas
before my administration betas"
said 0oneOal Oilerist, already have
numere- appliceatlons for the few po-
astlona that 1 ill ktave to give out,
many desring each position. I. map-
pose. Have to date answered 2100
letters from applicants and endorse,
and the es to not yet. "ben I be-
come Governor I win go into office
with another determination, which is
tell a man frankly that I will not ap-
point him to offices thereby prevent-
ing many from having hopes that will
be shattered. I believe thie old world
Should beo a o deal better If t aput
into draetie the virtue of frankness
a little often e'"
"And when I appoint a man to an
office," continued General Gulehrist
"he his got to do the work required
by the offle I am mot going to have
any drones in the hive of state, and
re will put appointees on notice to that
effect without delay. I do not intend
to appoint any man merely because he
supported me in my race, but because
of his quallficatlon As an Illustration.
a well knows lorldian recently re-
quested the appointment of a friend to
a certain office. Why don't you apply
for the office yourself?' I asked. His
S application was nmdo rl.ght there, and
bhe I going to receive the appoint-
met because I think he is the proper
p an for the lacee"

Is la Over from Scotland to Spend the
Winter on His Leon County Estate.
Dr. Tennent Ronalds,. of Edinboro,
Scotlatd. president of the American
Delta Tobacco Company, has already
S arrived at his winter home in Leon
county, for the season, coming over
much earlier than heretofore.
SDr. Ronalds hinks th e limateof
r. Northern Florida incomparable and
never fails to enjoy his winter vaca-
tions here.
SAnd there are otner things on his
'. tbig estate in this county which he
Salso enjoys-the hunting and fishing
can scarcely be excelled.
He has also been considerably inter-
ested in the I ast fow years in the too
baio interest, and Iha made consider-
te able Invetment in a large curing and
packing house in tais city and eon-
| templates other developments in the
S tobacco bus nea. ODr. Ronalds te al-
S wan warmly received by our people.
, Mr. J. A. Bdmondeon, vice-president
' of the omany, Is also very muchl
o thued wit the bus nes and al,-
or ourfd by the propetor prospects for profitable
6 tooaeco growing in Leon county.
S Proposals for Constructing the Utah
ave Been Opened in Wash-
.. Washington.-Initial steps for the
construction ot anotherr monster bat-
i tiehip for the American navy were
[.. taken yestwday when proposals for its
: construction were opened. This will be
known as battleship No. 31, and al-
Preedent to be called the Utah. She

trial d .a p daoent lai d la to be tado.
adde- Ip of the Florida. which Is to be
S- Brool vy ard Both vessel, wore
& anthort ibd at the last Mlon of
Thim No deeis o has yet bee

am s uew usa"iset ar, sam at las

bat bmseoinasal repst ef
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a" s After the la
measop Mareth 4, PesitdSS-
vet w start mo his long trp to Afri-
ca li lNarch of big ame. Thi became
kmw today when the plas tfor his
hnt., which be has been formulating
with gret care for months, leaked
President Roosevelt, accompanied by
his meo Keimit, who will go as the
photPWfa&er of the expedition. an of-
ficiale of the navy department and a
professor from the Smithsonian Insti-
tution, will take passage on the North
German Lloyd liner Koetnig Albert on
March 13, and will arrive at Naples
March 25, from whete the President
will make his start for Africa.
WILL O0 3 T am.
From Naples the party will travel
by ship to MombaMa via the Sues. Mr.
Roosevelt will not enter the Congo
territory, and as yet no arrangements
have been arranged for the six months
the party will spend in Uganda. On
Lake Victoria Niansa, the party will
embark for Entebbe.
It is probable the Prewidnt will ac-
cept an invitation from a Mr. McMil-
lan, nephew of the late Senator James
McMillan, of Detroit, to shoot over his
extensive estate in the Niarobt district
of Uganda.
ExrwsPLO szw inLs.
The President will not follow the
beaten paths of other hunters. He is
determined to strike out for himself
in tne new field. A trip on foot and by
water of over 3,00 mlles from En-
tebbe to Khartoum, where it is ex-
pected Mrs. Roosevelt will Join the
party, has been mappeJ out for the
The President has received permis-
sion from the British Government to
kill as much game as he likes, but it
is understood that his expedition will
be fully as much in the interest of
science as to kill.
There will be no trouble in keeping
In touch with the civilized world, for
telegraph wires now cover both the
Cerman and British East African pro-
tectorates. ""
For the accommodation of the Presi-
dent and his party on the Narve rail-
r-ad, a special saloon coach with kitch-
en attached, will be reserved in addi-
tion to a saloon carriage with leather
seats which are transformed into
sleeping berths at night.
Pol, 103 miles from Mombassa and
at an elevation of 1,380 feet. is the first
Station where the President and his
party will probably make a stop.
At this point herds of antelopes and
big game abound.
The next important stop on the
Uganda railroad is Makindt, 209 miles
fiom the coast, where there Is an excel-
lent bungalow for hunters wno usually
make it their headquarters for bunking
In the forest of Kikuyu, where lions
and other ferocious beasts may be
The East African rhAnoceros is so
abort-sighted, according to reports of
railroad officials, that he frequently
gfts on the track and charges the on-
rushing locomotive.
In the next 56 miles to Kikuyu. the
railroad rises more than 1.500 feet. At
this point herds of zebra. harthbeetste.
gazelles, ostrich and giraffes may be
seen close to the trek.
How a Sedentary Man Employs Time
Not Otherwise Taken.
A gentleman of Tallahassee, whose
sedentary employment makes It neces-
sary that be should spend a small por-
tion of each day in the open air, has
taken his exercise during the past few
months in making for hi elft a gar-
den. Being a man who believes In do-
Ins well whatever he undertakes, he
went at his gardening experiment in
a businae-like manner, which has
bright forth highly atisfactory re.

He and his family are now eating
hiJne musta, rutabagt and white
It trapa, beet, seso.,a English
s wa beau pale teals. ima beans

ilg e ae ao loklag forward to
bavlag caullMowr ana fed ecabbase
'i about a month's time There is also
'a Ol stMd of eOaR which will be
re or market t due eason.
Stteob 5IN epeeoally fne. The
Vlats use go d e0Mr aMd ar heading
ike esab'W l Snat, the whole
= shewI Ws at "ea doe with
-S-m-adee of Thilmbame soil. Mid
ritm to aad systematic

.sa .d Mam A-n .
flart1m gm- Ed Miler thL-

SWill be 3 nandcd

Are Worth to the Coun-
trad the Wrrld.
The prsumll- tor of The True
Democrat Is that he succeeds
a gentleman wboos'nbling purpose
in life was the publtion of a clean
newspaper, one theould not soil
the mind or the btitf the purest
reader. '
The tendency of the iOrld today is
for higher, purer and lare Christian
living, and the peopleW re even now
demanding cleanness i their news-
Along this line I fnd the following
excellent contribution In the Christian
Science Sentinel:
"The tendency of the Grecians to be
always on the qui vive for some new
thing was not unique. A desire for
news seems ,o be a human character-
istic. The barber shop used to be the
clearing house for town gossip. Then
some thought of sending the gist of th#-
talk in a news letter to out-of-town
friends, and thus began the nowipaper,
occupied at first with clever esays and
sage admonishments as well as Items
of news. Today advice is given In a
temperate way by editorials, and the
news is presented so as to produce
.shock and astonishment as much as
possible. Consequently "the evils tat
men do" are exploited so as to arouse
sentiment and sensateon, and the false
position is assumed, that in humas af-
fairs terror and pain, horror ald dis-
cord predominate.
"The day will come wheb men and
women will occupy their minds with
their own duties, and will so perfect
their occupations that la the business
world there will be a foe fellowship
of competent worker. At present it
seems irksome to the a &ra*e man to
'mind his own busiasst and he has a
curiosity, sometimes intetlable, in re-
gard to his neighbor's aflnrs Minstrel
and troubadour used to travel from
place to place, bringing to tastJe and
palace and roadside Ira tales if the o-
ligs of men, and lu newer "i
the traveling peddler and t ,
tetic tailor used to carry
gossip. The circult-ridlnr
carried their libraries In ef di1e.
bags, were welcomed, doubtless, as
messengers of heaven. but the wel-
come was tinged by pleasure In the
thought that they had news to bring
about human beings on earth.
"We who customnarily greet a friend
with the query, 'What's the news?'
may as well adni': this deep-lying In-
terest in the bar openings of the time
and in the actions cf men, and con-
cede that it may legitimately be min-
istered to, but we have no right to
assume that this interest is a morbid
curiosity to be satisfied only with
gruesome records of humnut agony and
pitiless exposu-'s of human mistakes.
or cruel denunciations of human faults
and errors. There is an Interest which
has nobility In It. There is a desire
to know of worthy activities. The trou-
badour sang of en of heroic accom-
'lishments; seldom of court scandals.
They set on fire the minds of youth
who aspired to knightly endeavors.
May not people of the present day be
Inspired to practical goodness even as
ardent minds In times of old were in-
ripred by the heroes of romance to de-
vote their lives to high ends? Men say
'romancejp dead." hut never was there
so much opportunity for that fine fla-
vor of Interest in the deeds of man
which we name romance, as in the
present time. when the toil of a month
will accomplish what once the labor of
years could not do.
"'Why should the story of a tragic
murder In a public park fill newspaper
space and touch ten thomuand lives
with fear and horror, when the hblstory
of the building of that park would
find but scant attention? Are men not
Interested in what is normal and bene-
flcisl? As a matter of fact, they are.
only this Interest has not been ap-
pealed to nor trusted sufficiently: but
the time has come when men's minds
do not respond to the sttmulus of the
**ns tonal as on.,e they semed tc do.
The human mind requirs food, and
the food should be wholesome. To feed
the body on piquant saues aad rel.-
iphes and sweetmeats slon would re-
*nit in nhvsical inefficiency. The erav-
InT would coni, fe, plain and common

tood. So does the overstimulated mind
,v lt from sensationalism. and desire
the rest given by consideration of nor-
"al ronditions. If we mistake not.
the revolt has already begmn. People
are honestly tired of Inemsmat appeals
to their emotions of foT. horror.
amassment. They would Wa whole-
wome stimulus to be daily iem them
by the newspaper Of their le.
*"There Ise sn unlfti Influence
whlh "'hme from evert jnrestatlon
,f te ld-ol. Whem aMoe a as made
the MdeRl rsctirml. fie as thereof
'mV well be madek k Lfv ally
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All the Committees Actively at Work
Arranging for This Big Event.
Juding from the enthusiasm of the
working committees the inaugural Jf
Governor-elect Gilchrist in January,
will be the greatest and most suc-
cessful event ever known in the city
of Tallahassee.
Manager Mclntosh reports that ev-
ery member of every committee seems
alert to his duty and is pushing every
assignment given him.
The list of commiTtees heretofore
published was not complete, no Com-
mzttee on Deorations having .been
named. The complete list here fol-
Arrangements-W. M. Mclntosh, Jr.,
chairman. W. C. Lewis. G W. Saxon.
T. H. Randolph. J. A. Edmondson.
Finance--F. C. Gilmore. chairman;
IL L. Bethel. Chas. A. Cay. C. B.
0wynn, .W.E. Lewis, J. W. Collins, S.
C. James. Julius Hirschberger, Walter
Transportation -John L. Neely,
chairman; A. 8. Wells, 8. D. Chitten-
den, J. D. McDougall, Malcom Griffin,
Aaron Levy. R. F. Howard.
Military-Raymond Cay, chairman;
W. C. Croem. J. Stewart Lewis. A. C.

NO. 38.

Inaugurates New

Era in Medicine

The Sick Will Soon be Able to Take
Nourishment Through the
London.-A new method of giving
food to patients too ill to take nour-
ishnient in the ordinary way has been
"Cataphoresils" is the name given to
the Invention, and its author. Dr. Mor-
gan Dockrell, says: "I unhesitatingly
claim that think discovery inaugurates
a new era in medicine."
The skin has thousands of "mouths"
and the problem Dr. Dockrell has
solved, after twenty year of study. Is
how to administer food through these
myriad t' mouths" when other methods
"('ataphoresis-the termn was first
used by Dubois Raymond--Is a per.
formance of work by the electrical cur-
rent in the prooers of electrolysis.
which, however, has no connection
with the actual electrolysis, says Dr.

Spller, George Lewis F. B. Win- TIREATMENT 1s :EaSCRIBED.
throp, W. H. Markham. "During the last twenty years I
Ball-L. M. Lively, chairman; Jo- have ben working at cataphoresis."
seph A. Edmondeon, George E. Lewis, Dr. Do.krell says, "with, in a large
A. H. Williams, John W. Henderson, number of cases, the nmqt satisfactory
F. C. Moor, A. C. Spiller. results, results for which I and many
Reception-W. D. Bloxham, chair- medical men and patients throughout
man; F. C. Gilmore, George P. Raney, the country can vouch."
Fred T. Myers, George Lewis. H. E. The method of treatment is as fol-
Palmer, John 8. Winthrop, J. D. Cay, lows:
John W. Henderson, W. L. Moor, Geo. An ointment, containing medicine
H. Gwynn, 3. M. Carn, G. W. Rhodes, or fooa. is first smeared over some
Gilbert Hartsfield, Sam P. Chaires, E. convenient part of the b6dy, such as
Cuiristie, E. C. Smith, R. G. Johnson. the arm or hand, the patient holding
A. A. Murphree, George W. Walker, in his hand an electrode attached to
George I. Davis. C. A. Finley, George the positive pole of a battery, in
B. Perkins, W. D. Stoutamire, W. A. which Is placed i sponge saturated
Register, John G. Collins, T. B. Byrd. with carbonate of soda.
D. M. Lowry. P. T. Mickler, H. T. Pel- In the other electrode a wet sponge
k J. Duval. L. C. Yaeger, (. T. Whit- is fixed, leaving dry the free end.
field. Fred A. Haree. G. E. ff whi,-h s ino contact with the ointment.
0. C. VanBrunt, William Child. B. A. The dry em, is thn "rubbed gently
Meginnis. P. W. Wilson, D. R. Cox. over tho greasy surface," when the
Robert J. Philli's. .J. P. S. Houstoun. medicament is apl.!y absorbed by the
Decorations-H. L. Re*el,. A. C Virol, a preparation of tone marrow
Qvlllr. C. H. Ellis..1. Stewart Lw with malt. egg and lime is quickly ab-
John 0. Hamlin. sorbed and is highly nourishing
PRODUCTION OF lut the treatm-nt sla not only use-
S.t'TIi RN COTTO'N. rfll for Intri where the patient might otherwise
starve It has also been used with
Governor Broward Consoles Mr Bryan. great success in treating baldness.
(Tampa Tribune I ____
Governor N. B. Broward, after as- THE VILLAGE POSTOFFICE
certaining that all hope of the electlun
if N illiam Jennings Bryan as Presi- Presented by a Large Number of Pub
dent of the L'nited States was gone lic School Children.
sent Mr. Bryan the following tele- This amusing farce was given here
gram: last Monday night by a large number
'- liinani JeV nings Hi-yan. Fairvitv%. of public school children, assisted by'n, Neb.: AMr. and Mrs. D. V. Bush, whose suc-
Our people. sorely ljsappointed at cessful handling of similar entertain-
youi defeat, it.t rtjoice that ttiey hnlad ents elsewhere has won for them a
such a grand candidate to vote fPr. 'well-merited reputation of ability in
You have their 1bre and coufidence. their special line of work.
"N. B. BROWARD, The children, as children always do.
"Gave:nor of Floriaa." adapted themselves to their several
Th. exhibition of a copy of the tele- characters with marvelous facility.
gram sent by Goerinor Broward to the and, aided by their ridiculous but ap-
great tommonen, called forth several propriate costumes, carried off their
stories from those near by. Claude parts with great success. Especially
L'Engle comment I that "love and good were Seth Swallow, the Town
confldeuc-" is a small asset for Mr. Cut-Up, and Ben Bullitt. Relic of the
Brtan to havL. He rented the story War, im ersonated by Eugene Caeler
of two losing young hearts, close to-and Jules Solomon.
;ewher on a iioonlight pier. She cdnm- The specialties, carried out by the
nlained that :n one loved her. Bash- children, were extremely pretty. These
fully. but determinedly, he avowed consisted of a drill of young girls car-
that some one did love her. She in-rying garlands of pink and white roses
listed as did he until the moment and one of little tots carrying their
was of sunh intensity that she felt dolls and Teddy bears. '1he Jumping-
called on to draw forth his declara- Jack drill by the boys was also very
tion. He was nct equal to the mo amusn
ment. and haltingly replied: "1-1-1. amusing.
God loves you." The music between the acts was fur
GOVERNOSu." NIOBY. nished by Miss Jennie Myers at the
Governor Broward repeated a story piano. Miss Myers is an accomplished
accredited to Mr. Bryan on the occa- pianist, and her playing was highly
sion of his b-ing asked what would appreciated by the audience. A delight.
happeslon If hN were defied the thir ful ballad, sung very sweetly by her
happen If he were def, atfed the third sister Miss Emma Myer
time for the presidency. Mr. Bryan young sister, Miss Emma Myers, was
answered the question by telling the also one of the most pleasing features
story of the man who Invaded the quar- onsfth" by Mr. Buad the ch were d exeedlng-
te-s of it club room, where all was y entertaininons, by Mrs. Bushg. were g.ceeding-
Jolly. but exclusive. The man was ly entertainmeg.
thrown out the window, got up. brush- The proceeds of this entertainment
ed off his clothes. took a drink and will be applied to payments on the
went back upstairs He was thrown piano at the High School.
out the window agkin. brushed off his Annual Meeting of t. ns Guild.
clothing, took another drink and went At their annual meeting last Friday
back. As he landed on the pavement the ladies of St. Agnes' Guild elected
the third time and got up to brush now officesn8 for the coming year. Mrs.
1is clothes off he was accosted by a B. C. Whitftld was made president.
friend with the qupestion of what was ,ys. 3 JW. Codns, v pcerldent;
the matter. He said he was coming to Miss Bershe Meginnis, secretary, and
the conclusion that the people upstairs Mrs. John A. Cobb, treasurer.
did not want him up there. The reports read by the out-going
officers showed an increase of members
Fresh rden seed at Holmes' Dnte ship and interest. and recorded the
Co.'s storer. 2G accomplishment of much important
c-- hurch work. The Guild la composed
ness enables ten thousand strugXlersI of a body of sealous workers whose
to 'pluck up their courage.' It makea activity and enthusiasm never wane.
them work with hope. There seems to '-- -"- ---
be therefore a great field for a paner SICK HRADACHE.
devoted to exnloltation or positive This distressing disease results from
aoodnes usefulness, and success one a disordered condition of the tmach
which will not consider the abnormal and can be cured by taking Chamber-
to be ew, but which will minister to ain Stomach and Lver TletS. Gt
mass logJttiato lterest In 'the good a free sample at Tallahbnmee Dru
th__ber do,' Co.'s and try it.

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i-- Tallahassee, Fla., Nov. 12. The
LICAL AND PERSONAL ITIMS. monthly report of Hon. W. V. Knott,
Dr. Thomas N. Evans, Dentist, office State Treasurer, filed with the Govern-
up stairs, next to telegraph office, or, shows balances ia the Treasury to
'Phone No. 257. 23-tf the credit of the several State'and Ed-
Mr. Guy Winthrop is enjoying a yatch- ucational Funds at the close of business
ing trip with friends from Mobile, Als. October 31, 1908, as follows:'
The Ladies' Whist Club were delight- General revenue fund.......$ 39,649.12
fully entertained Wednesday evening One mill school fund. ...... 96,164.76
by Mrs. A. L. Randolph. Pension tax fund........--.-----... 89,197.o8
The Tallahassee Music Club put in State board of health fund.. 131,246.5o
two hours of good work on the oratorio, Principal of school fund, un-
"The Holy City," at their meeting last I invested .......---..--....---.--.... 8,o12.o2
night. Interest of school fund------ 17,4o3.6o
Mr. G. J. Northup. a prosperous and Principal of Seminary fund,
progressive citizen of the State Capital, uninvested- ....... ....... 244.76
was mingling wiih local people yester. Hire of State convicts fund.. 19,39o.92
day. He registered at the Aragon.- Drainage tax fund---......-- 7,668.76
Jacksonville Times-Union. Indian war claims fund 25,ooo.oo
Piano Voting Coupons will be given Railroad Commission fines
by us with each purchase hereafter, fund----------------.................---.... loo.oo
nby matter how small. hrefter Agricultural College fund-. 688.88
38-tf WALKER & BLACK. Interest of Seminary fund.. 2,426.9o
White college Morrill fund 16,649.38
Mrs. Os:ar VanBrunt and Miss Alice Colored college Morrill fund, 16,675 74
Apthorp have gone to Oala as dele- Hatch experiment station
gates to the State W. C. T. U. Con- fund....-----.--.-----------........... 3,615 62
mention. Adams experiment'station
Miss Estelle Carpenter has returned fund------------------2,2o7.83
from an extended visit to friends in Experiment stationincident-.
Georgia. al fund. .........-...--...... 26.99
FOR RENT- Boarding house now oc- Florida Female College inci-
cupied by Mrs. W. M. Cates. Apply dental fund--..------..........------- 82.36
toW. M. Melntosh, Jr., Trustee. 38-tf Colored Normal school con-
Ladies very naturally dislike to wear tinfent fund.-----.. ---- 3.84
sp vctacles. They are not becoming. University of Florida inci-
But eyeglasses are stylish, and by buy- dental fund.............. 2981
ing those dainty little gold nose springs Blind, Deaf and Dumb inci-
which hold your glasses firmly in posi- dental fund.... ......." 33o.52
tion neither your eyes nor your beauty Proceeds of college property
is impaired. See Sweeting. 34 fund....---------.----------....... 425
Hon John L. Morgan, Railroad Corn- $47o,8,9.14
missioner, came over from Tallahassee
to cast his vote for W. J. Bryan and ^-
Gilchrist at the election Tuesday. White Remington Typewuiter, braSd aw,
Springs is Mr. Morgan's home and his for eeis at discount. Apply attSm
friends here are always glad to welcome Democrat office. 38-f
him home.-White Springs Herald: WANTED-A few boarders. Terfi
For a mild. easy action of the bow. reasonable. No. 5 North Monroe, Mrs.
els a single dose of Doan s Regulets is Greenhow. 88 4t
enough. Treatment cures habitual con-, Mr. Lawrence M. Murray, now of
stipation. 25 cents a box. Ask your New York City, but at one time a stu-
druggist for them. dent at the Florida State College, has
Mrs. Alice Jacobus, of Atlanta, Ga., recently been visiting among his old
has announced the engagement of her Tallahassee friends.
daughter, Helene, to Mr. Day Apte, of Mr. Nelson, of Lynchburg, Va., was
Tallahassee. Mr. Apte has a number among the city's visitors the early part
ot warm friends here who are ready to of this week.
extend to him the heartiest congratula- Little Raymond Harold, who has been
tions. I a patient in the Silver Cross 'Hospital
The friends of Mrs. Glover Ball will since he was brought here last week
be pained to hear of her illness at her from St. Marks by Dr. H. E. Palmer,
residence on Clinton street. Her grand- to be operated on for appendicitis, is
daughter-in-law, Mrs Philip M. Ball, of is rapidly improving.
JacKsonville, is visiting her. Mr. and Mrs. Royal C. Dunn are now
DPont let the baliy simer Troim ceze comfortably domiciled in the Mullikin
nia, sores or any itching of the skin cottage on North Monroe street. The
Doan's Ointmeint gives instant reiief, h>use further out on Adams stret,
eures quickly. Perfectly safe for chil. formerly occupied by them, will be the
dren All druggists ell it. future residence of Mr. Louis E Cohen
Dr. Josephus Anderson, of Leesburg. and family.
who was pastor of the Methodist church Mr. McDaniel and family are now t
here in 1855 and 56, and again from keeping house in the Davis cottage, op- a
1872 to 1875, and who for fourteen years posite East Hall. t
edited the Florida Christian Advocate, The new residence recently erected I
writes a kind, personal letter to the ed- by Miss Jessie C. Meginniss, on West (
itor of The True Democrat, and express- Clinton street, is now occupied by Cap
es great love for Tallahassee and her Lain R. E. Rise and family. t
noble people. Mr. Clinton Dawkins, whose recent
Remember, NICHOI.SON gives coupons illness has forced upon him an extra va-
with every cash sale Buy your jewelr cation, will return to Atlanta next week
ry from him and help get the piano fo- to resume his studies in the Schuol ot
the most popular young lady in your Technology. o
community. 33 Miss Elizabeth Tatum will entertain v
The ladies of the Presbyterian church her Sunday School class tomorrow af- 1
will have their annnal Christmas ba- ternoon at a "Spider-web" party. The
zaar on Thursday, December 3rd, at the young people are anticipating much fun
armory. They will have a beautiful from this novel entertainment.
display of fancy work. Will also sell Dr. Ronalds has returned for the win- i
turkey, chicken salad, rice, oysters, ter to his beautiful home, "Live Oak," I
coffee, ice cream and cake and home- about four miles northwest of the city. e
made candy. 38-tf The Senior League held a fine meet-
Mr. J L. Billingsley, of the Attor- ing Sunday afternoon, with Miss Marie h
ney General s office, has returned from McConnel as leader. Let all young r
Lake City, where he went te argue an Iple attendthese meetings. Held at y
application for an injunction brought Trinity Church each Sunday afternoon t
by a railroad company against A. C. at 4:15 o'clock .
Croom. comptroller. The application S f thae. t
for in junction was denied Mr Strange took his family to Chaires a
For injunto wa dn ind or Sunday a. m. in the automobile to visit i
Fall is here with its invigorating Rev. Mickler and family, and to attend
weather. Everybody feels braced up Quarterly Conference. Rev. J. E Wil-
for the coming season and their view of son preached morning and evening.
the "times" is changed. They no longer *
fear a panic, but they are ready to Call on us when you are in deed of t
spend their money upon their legitimate printing. We also make rtbber stamps. .
pleasures and needs. Then where can Contestees can be entered in the r
they spend it to better advantage than Piano Contest At any i ne. Put a
at HN.Sweeting's Jewelry store. 34 friend in

The Woman's Club had a very inter-
esting meeting yesterday afternoon at
the Leon Hotel, at which the annual
election of officers took place. Up n
the resignation of Mrs. T M. Shackle-
ford, who has been president of the
club for more than three years, Mrs.
Charles A. Cay was unanimously elect-
ed her successor. A full accouot of the
meeting will be given in our next i'sue

Rev. I. S Patterson assisted Rev.
McDaniel in protracted services at
Bethel Church several days this week.
Mr. Walter Bennett, of Savannah,
was here the past week to attend the
funeral of his brother.
I want to secure unfurnished room
for light housekeeping. Apply to Miss
L. R Wilson, at J. W. Ferrel's. It

Mr. H. N. Sweeting is ready to show Prof. E. R. Caldwell, the Piano
a full line of cutglass and hand-painted Tuner, who gave such satisfaction In
china, and will quote prices on them Tallahassee last year, Is again in the
that will make them come within the city, and orders left at Sweeting's, or
reach of all. 34 the Mickler House, will receive his at-
As was announced several weeks ago, tenti*n.
Mrs. T. M.-Shackleford, vice-president: Dr. F. Pasco preached to a fullhouse
of the State Federation of Women's at Trinity Methodist Church Sunday
Clubs, in the absence of the president, morning. At the close of Sunday School
Mrs. Raynor, of Daytona, will preside eleven members were received into the
over the convention to be held next church, and five babies were baptized
week at Live Oak. Miss LiUa Lewis by the pastor. At the evening service,
goe as a delegate, and Mrs. Charles A. just before preaching, the installation
y"y as president from the Tallahassee of Senior and Junior League officers oc-
I. ,. They will accompanied by curred, witnessed by a large concrega-
Mrs. H. T. Felkel and Mrs. Crosby tion. In addition to other songs by the
' DIwkims as interested visitors, choir and Junior Leagues, a solo that
SThe ades Aid Society of the Pres- was much appreciated was rendered by
Church will have their Annual Miss Myers.
*ghlts Basarr the first week in De- The Junior League held a rousing
40&wr. They will serve their usual din- meeting Sunday afternoon. Besaie
W* refreshments. Will also have a Temple, leader. Dr. Pasoo's talk was
il display of fancy work. much enjoyed bythe seventy bos and
girls present. My, how they dad sing.


W& Oedagd of'0
phtbs comast.a" m3 Veo~s as I

Of the Woman's Home Missions.
The Names of Officers Elected.
We met in the tent, now Boulevard
church, on November 10th, at 3 o'clock
with fourteen ladles present. Mrs. I. S.
Patterson presented the work of the
Woman's Home Mission Society, and
organized an auxiliary with eleven mem-
bers as follows: Meedames. J. C. Wil-
liams, W. T. Atkinson, Carter, A. Rey-
nolds, 0. B. Barker, Pitta, T. N. God-
bolt, W. Matea and Miss Ida Car-
The following were elected officers:
President. Miss J. M. Nimse 1st Vice-
President. Mrs J. C. Williamson; 2d
Vice President, Mrs T. N. Godbolt; 3d
Vice President, Mrs. George Banks;
Recording Secretary, Miss Ida Carter;
Corresponding Secretary, 0. C. Parker;
Treasurer, Mrs. W. T. Atkinson; Agent
of our Homes, Mrs. A. Reynolds. Four
subscribers to our Homes were secured.
This auxiliary launches forth with a
good corpse of officer, who are deter-
mined to make it a success, and will
accomplish much good. The meetings
will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3
o'clock, after the third Sunday in each

May Rehson Cminlg.
May Robeon, who will play an en-
agement4t the Opera House Novem-
r 20th, t -fortunate in securing for
her first starring vehicle a comedy so
interesting and unique as "The Rejuven-
ation of Aunt Mary." In tht roleoof
"Aunt Mary" Miss Robson has a part
that fits her like a glove. Those who
see her will enjoy one of the theatrical
treats of the season, and those who do
not see her will miss a dramatic ban-
The play is as pure and refreshing as
the o one laden breeze that might blow
croes the meadow one sees through the
window of Aunt Mary's setting room,"
md after seeing the play one leaves the
Opera House with a better feeling to-
ward all mankind and a knowledge that
one has spent an evening in a worth-
while manner while enjoying a hearty
To the Friends et John C. leanett.
Our hearts have been wrung with sor-
row because of the death of John. I
know of no fittli words with which to
express the deep ratitude I feel to his
friends for their ki him during
mis illness and the empathy and kind-
ness they showed pB. Friends, I thank
you with all a heart. His father
thanks you Hie brother and sister
thank you. We-all thank you. I think
the heart of the great and t Ming God
ibove must have been touched as be
ooked upon the tender care lavished
ipon John by Miss Whatley and those
inder her roof. Certainly human hands
wouldd have done so more than you tried
to do for him. Your ministrations were
into a chila of God. May his blesings
never depart from you.
D. R. Cox.

Resolatioas ef Esteem andSympathy
The fol lwing resolutions were adopt-
ed by the Sunday school of the First
Baptist church of this city on Sunday
Since it has pleased Almighty God to
remove by death our brotheF, John Cal-
houn Bennett, from earth to heaven;
and as we wish to bear testimony to the
noble qualities of our departed friend
and express our deep sorrow because of
his departure from us, therefore be it:
Resolved, 1st. Tnat we reverently
bow before, and submit to Him whohas
power to give and take life; believing
that whatever He does will be for the
good of us all.
Resolved, 2d. That in the death of so
noble and worthy a young man our
church oes a valued member, the Sun-
day school a sympathisting helper and
the whole city a mt worthy citisea.
Resolved, That we sympathize
deeply with the bereaved father, sister
and brother also with our dear brother
and sister D. R. Cox, in their great sor-
row. Though taken from us at the age
of 22 y this man a
hind him tw ft a
Dear bereveler-

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Min Proctor is still ahd la the pi-
ano cotest this week, and disetaoe
her axt competitor by six thousand
votes. But this is just a little ma rgiaaad
cam be easily overcome, not only by the
one next in standing but b sev l
still lower in the lTrue D
crat hasm two important
to ftake this week in cornet
the latest.
The A at Is a positive day
for closag the balloting. W
elected Monday, the first day
ary next, as the day, noon
as the hour.
We have also give two
hundred votes he for every dol-
lar paid on subsc accounts.
Th primary o t the contest was
to increase the tlon of The True
Democrat. Many new names have
been enrolled, but this extra inducement
should geo ot every man in Leon
county on l list.
Ye good'men who are indebted to the
paper come right in at once and help out
your favorite in this contest bv paying
what yo* owe and a year In advance.
Your lady friend will gladly appreciate
this consideration.

VOTE mm os aRHr. .

Fowhiftb cte for v me o
Coad by, .
Miss FlorMsen Protor.... 6700
Miss May 8totmlr, Blox- .

,, vi .............. :
Ruth.Aligood, Crawford-
Alice Patterson, Chaires 1,S000
SMary Wndham----.....-.. 10,
Myrtle Gramling, Con-
Eva Grisett, city..- 944
SLula DeKeith-------......
Jese May Farley--.---.
Lottle Pbard-- ........ 400
Katie West, Monticello 86W
BloosaCates........... 8500
Sada Roffe.-.------.... --- 2
Jaunita Forbes, city 80
Ruby Duval .......... 1226
Susie MeGriff ........ 1196
Ella Lwis, Woodville, 730
Pauline Cost-..-........ --------
Lucile Saxon...---....... 480
Ellie Darsey,Concord.. 380
Gertrude Chittenden.... 806
Mrs. Jno.Robinson, Woodville 800
Annie Lester,Moadeello U5
Mrs. George Smith,Crawford-
vii---------......--........ ---240
Miss Lisa Budd, Monticello, 22
Ruth na 40

FOUkTH GRADE. Miss Cassie s eetin ...... 200
Kate Byrd, 94, EllaBroward, 93. Efe L Lelia McFariaundQuiney 175
Cureten, 9o, Mildred Jackson, 95, Jua- Miss Fannie Wilson----.....-.... 100
nits Simmons, 97, Mabel Yon, 9o. Mar- Cora Taylor, Monticello 100
garet Young, 9o, Ray Roberts, 92, Roy-
al Robertson, 92, Dan Griffin. 82. Committee: Messrs. Bradford Byrd,
THIRD GRADE. J. W. Phillips and J. G. Collins.
Katie May Shaw, 96, Ted Yon, 97. Coupons must be voted each week,
SECOND GRADE. on or before date they bear. Notice
date and do not hold them after date or
Bernice Reyno!ds, 94, Philip Jackson, they will become void.
FIRST GRADE DtinsUgalshed tailread O ials Ap-
Effie Demetree, 95, Pansy Demetree, pearlefere Commiss A
93, L. E Duggar, 9u, Margaret Strange, pear efere Cemmuslen.
9o, Oscar Barco, 91, Abner English. 95, In compliance with notice recently
Richard Griffin. 92. Clifford Shaw, 93. served by the Railroad Commissionw
The following pupils were neither ab- the railroads of the State to show
sent nor tardy during the qn-arter: why rules should not be preseribeL
Mabel Yon, Ted Yon, Del Reynolds, which would prevent any road in Flor-
Bernice Reynolds, Frances Whitehead. Ida from discontinuing any passenger
train without asking for and receiving
Lame Back. permission from the Commissioners;
This ailment Is usua!lv rcasrd by also to show cause why a minimum
rheumatism of the muscles of the weight should not be named for live
small of the back, and is quickly stock ars, the following representa-
cured by applying C;bamberlaln's Lin- Lives of the various roads met In Talla-
ient two or thrp times a day and haseeeon Tuesday:
massaging the parts at each applica- Alexander St. air Abram, counsel
tion. For sale by Tallahassee Drui ('Co for the E. C. Railway; 0. M. Grady,
aon. For sale y Tallahainie on for General Superintendent, and John .
Had dyspei)ila or indlge tion for Hall, counsel G. S. & F. Railway; Mor-
years. No appetiteb and what I did eat ton Riddle, General Superintendent,
ditressed me terribly. Burdock Blood S. P. Collier, Assistant General Freight
Bitters curtd me."-J. H. Walker, Su. Agent, Messrs. W. A. Carter and W.
lbury. Ohio -. E. Kay, counsel A. C. L. Railway and
For Sale. JudgevGeorge P. Raney, counsel S. A.
As I am leaving town I will sell my Disailway.
Ketuckv saddle mare and English sad- DiscussiLon was continued throughout
die at a bargain the entire afternoon. The ComlhissIon. '
38-2t J. L. BILLINGSLEY. ers have reserved decision until they
shall have %iven the matter a few days
BasKet Ball sat Ceutry Club. consideration.
A number of the young ladies of Tal- A SURE-ENOUGH KNOCKER.
l --m--------I. .. ...---a.. h. ...-f M d .A-

iiassee nave rqce'ni.y organileu a aas-
ket ball team, and have been diligently
practicing lately under the efficient
management of Mr. Kenneth Moran,
who is acting as coach. They have a
court at the Country Club and will play
a match game out there with the high
school team tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock. A small admission price of ten
cents will be charged the spectators.
Subscribe to The True Democrat.

.1. C. Goodwin, of Reldsville. N. C.,
says: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve is a
pure-enough knocker for ulers. A
bad nne came on my leg last summer,
b'it that wonderful salve knocked It
out in a few rounds. Not even a scar
remained." Guaranteed for plies,
sores, burns, etc. 25c. At all drug-
Subscribe to The True Democrat.


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Tih Seeior Epwort League Held a
DMeltfu Socl TuedayEvag
The follow r young p4ple were in
attendance: Misses PFie Proctor,
Daisy Milliken Estelle Carpenter, Nell
Davis, Miss Ro Flok Lewis,
Pannie Wsos Ethel Holloway, Fen.
ton Davis, Man McConnell, Lilie
Tatum, Susie MGriff, Mrs. Pattenon
and Mrs. Gilmore, and Messrs. Earl
Proctor, Luther Holloway, Mackey
Davis, John Boisseau, Shop Clarke,
Newton Mabry, Jack Mabry, Pickens
Bird, Mr. Johnso, Herman Rb6ge,
Bernard Byrd, Fits White Herman
Stroman and Rev. J. E. Woodward.
Most people beyond middle hge
suffer from kidney and bladder disor-
ders which Foley's Kidney Remedy
would cure. Stop the drain on the
vitality and restore needed strength
and vigor. Commence taking Foley's
Kidney Remedy today. Sold by all
Schel NMetes.
The first quarterly examination has
just been completed and the following
pupils attained an average of ninety
percent or above: .

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SMAtIIPAMCU 7II TO siNADI 1 9 IN A New Stock of Bugg on adjusted by the girth to
Our floor. Either a Lae or Small hore.
Tan s The Lightest Running by Trial Complexion giving tope-whn
S S and Test. the riders are pale.
J E lleace in rkmanship. Best Painting-have the witnes- Umbrellas, of Superior fitting. to
t ITh'we arn e .d Il an oft" our catalog e' the buggy.:
41011 to Material, such that even the
SI FATI At PA Shafts can be Crossed like Variety-in Colors of Leather
ate OUR MILL FACILITIES ARE RPASSED, pair of Scissors. Are easily Trimmings.
amsPevi t a ar- Furnishing Lumber in all Grades at Low u .utomer, say Our Price ar
In customers, say Our
S10 s pl dt" la. t hhis Preatre. Lower and not Higher.
9,ZKM8?, the dlstril~a t o te W o ----
glvinf Maamhuemtta 84 per YOUR INQUIRIES ARE SOLICITED. WAGONS. for the next TWO
Mouth Catin s 1n er cout, and MONTHS, to wit:
rth Carolin per out heodo TH E CYPRESS LUM BER CO.,One Horse, -.- ----...
Sd ranks fourth nla the list. The One Hore -$30.00
number of splindles has ticreased 23 rwo Horse, from $40.00 to $5000
per cent t last eit years, and Apalachicola Fla.
the consumption of cotic n 24 ver cant. 9 Call and we will Prove Every
The annual exports of maatactres Stementoro ug-
0" cotton are dwslanrd to be subject to give you
.b Wwe fluctuations, those tor m1908 gy or wagon.
am ounting to $25,177,768, w.* leow than o w
one-half of the value of exports for TERMS:
h ln06, which apreated in vawue more Suitable to both Seller and
than $60.000,00U. This reduction Is due S**Wr .L Purchaser.
to the tall a off of tae exports in urcaer.
ChIna. An Inatrestlta tA to pro- I
ducers is that of the total cotton suply
of the country for 1908, amounting to NRespectfully Submitted
4,5649,30 bales, 34 per cent. was con.
P-a t. ua ft my TULLY 0 YAEGER CO.
DeWittWs Kidney and Bladder Pills ail see my
are unequaled In case of weak back. TALLAHASSEE FLA.
backache, Inla t"yntio of the bladder, Window di- -
I rheumatic palns, and all urinary dis-
orders. They are antiseptic and act HE HOWARD 18 play. Some-
promptly, Mery case of kidney or .
bladder trouble should be attended to America's watch
at buce, and the aches In the back. thing that will A
rheumatic pains, urinary disorders, Ci1C* -t h A
etc., are warning sigs. Don't delay. It was the first watch interest the N
for delays are dangerous. Get De D C
t t's Kidney and Bladder Pills. Reg- made In America-brought out in
ular sle f0c. Jold by Tallahassee 1942. It proved itself the finest lAdies of the
Drug Co. ractical pocket watch.
*ppos I aj. Uorfes. It is today the only truly fin State Collee
Governor fbseph W. FPlk. in ad- American watch. for Women. en's Furnishings
dressing the retail merchants of Mis- The new HOWARD extra-thin isor Women. ::
sourt at their convention recently, the first thin-model American
spoke against the mall order business watch uarauted to keep time- -TI A T TI a "
an" favored advertising in the town the HOWARD kind of time. rT A I
era. He said in part: I-. Tdto. tims olw 0 anF A I L Stetson HIats.
"We are proud of our splendid citi- The Howas the only watch sold at s N 0
; Ses and we want them to Increase in prince r a at at ry.
.we and population, and we also **Wbh yo buy a HowasD you gel &m* *
=wai.b, country towns to grow. We h -." -' W ^ N a*nhattan Shirt (
W city merchants to build up, but awn distributors forthis diltiace watch. .AII ant an S3.
e also desire the country merchants_ __. _
prosper. I do not believe In the mail NI.
business. It a place is good The. I
ug for a man to iv. P. T. NICHOLSON, JEWELER. n Shoes
is money In, it Is good enough -1or anan S.
IH ex to spend his money In. No mer-
4hMat can succeed without advertising
In one way or another. Patronize your *
town papers, build them up, and they Q ueen quality Sho s
WJIl build the town up and build you
up ln increased trade and greater op- wm. CHILD. G80. W.ICHILD.
|o^"ultn' CHILD BROS. The Best In Everything.
SHulten, Maine, says: "Have been
troubled with a cough every winter N
advertise remedies, but tema CONTRACTORS Prices Reasonable
a ttauod until I bought a 0oc bottle
0f Dr. King's New Discovery; before AN D
that was half goae the cough was all -
MeSon. This winter the same happy I
Srslt has followed; a few doses once U IL .
a aow convind that Dr. Kinu sg
SNew Discovery Is the best e all cough We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
to at all dreme ists'. od0 and the very best service in all lines of building. Call on us .
Tie a ta r e. .ac and Park Avenue and Monroe St.
.0. Tria bow ^ if you are contemplating any kind of building. We can

S About December Arst there will 8save you money.

ba tes putbeationI Jackaeavlle Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber, Mouldings,. Turned Col- T
es aito i be, s. la Mrlan. umns, Brackets and all kinds of Novelties made to order. ST MU ALRS UL,
I speatlmy Aeve ST. MARKS, FLA.
|e, Itarests of thtate of lorda. ber
he intends to give promlat place
to the dOlag of the varIus boards of -- Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
Strade, and to those clubs which an In Florida.
f working for the higher culture and D fl D 17 D D 1 1
elmWI advaceetn t of our elBan.lmd Go L pN-E amLL The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
- The Review will be Issued monthly, home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The best Quail awd
at a yearly qusription price of $I. (SUI SoIr to A. T. RollNs) Snie shooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the
SRIrtrtai~'o-f tate. *- *- *- *
N m *_rrat I, Lalm Kinds of Fresh Meats FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.

Satiefaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
Rlka r up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, D and Supper a Success when Ordering KEMPER STABLES,
MobS from my t.StaU.
,E-,,,,, ,s __ c. AscoH Amu, ProA.
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The Oreatest Cure i.. Indigestion LIVEY, FEEJD and SALL.

*****M Bj WA0L W11MTS a pXreIsad ReU Drivm for AB Tam.

o A Ps. pH esr. There are beautl lawns wI
----- _-_ ing many Talhass I ome. and thq
N D avYn FRIDAY moRNINm. furnish a peI paate of esofort aad
__ -- content not giveIn a ay other way.
gIlu so SMeoed Cla nMattw March a. 10M. at Where there is on sMa h lawn there
-S ghs o e at Taa.h e ForiWa. under should be doses. TallhkuMe has the
SAa Cm onwre d March &. t7. reputation of being a city beautiful, but

Oms to dbtorn*e Baidjp~r. Corner Adams and this reputation would be greatly en-
Cn str1t. rtephoee CNe hanced by improving the appearance of
many front yards.
m iel .oo P Ymr. ton Advance.. The city of Birmingham ha recently
Am tiaeM Rat .n AppIoCtaon. published a booklet on lawn making and
... for the benefit of Tallhas people,
re Tree Demoaa 0 thI o 0 ci NswSPA* who may want to make new lawns or
Of AS L4eC*ntY -. improve their present oen, we repro-
duce the following excerpt:
"In the fall, anywhere from October A
arwhky advertisennts arenot e*eptw 15th to December 1, Bermuda od should
.d bmT, In this newpavwat t ypiw be supplemented by sowing seeds of
das mneb o st e r m laud ineit. other grassea for a winter lawn. This C
Dipai d sverti mntsundetwo xmt replants should be done with Kew- i
ham r sed Nbequbeont inMrtion. mletrsM MW tucky blue grass or white clover and a i
m* -mttee n afresntr csexpa e. NLo ae. little red top, and with reference to i
m in 'ttr..eplt n.wV Imo.pur.mP" shaded situation. The English rye 1i
ts a line each isse..AVen l o
j.s mts or nythinndinteded for_ grass cu-an ad aMold be sown without f
t z r dediv innot latter than T.d regard to shade,as it does well in either d
_-- .-. the shade or the open. The mixture e
Tallahsee, Friday, Ne. 13, 19. should be plaatdd at from 1 to 3 pounds
to 300 square feet, r a pace 10x30,
A new record in wireless telegraphy or 15x20, etc., M d 1 t9 the kindof
is from San Francisco to Kubuhu station S4. You ca alo obaimt sedl
on the island of Oahu in Hawaii, or merchants a regularly t lawn seed D
2,200 miles. containing the above ar of gras- "
The Pensaeola News quotes it as ru-. ee together with other '&tsrgrses e
mored that Claude L'Engle will estab- mixed in the proper pr Ths
mn a newspaper in Quincy, but dis- will give a beautiful green all winter, 1
credits the rumor. which only dies down in -plag when
the Bermuda starts into geawt." '
The next legislature will be unique in the Bermudastarts into tt
one respect at least-that of having a OUR INCOMPADRAIL CUJATu. G
Republican in it. But what will the The editor of The True Dem t was m
loe fellow be able to accomplish? attracted to Florida by the falo etf its 0o
Our neighboring county of Jefferson climate. A year's residence h aoe- I
has voted for a bond issue of $85,000 for convinced him that no State in the Us-
the building of a new court house at ion can surpass it in healthfteames and
Monticello. This is the right kind of general excellence, and if the people in
ngrefs and we congratulate Brother the less salubrious sections ,f the coon- b
1,roll on helping to accomplish the try could be apprised of its advantages, .
victory. __every acre of available land would be
The Jacksonville Metropolis figures tenanted and tilled.
it out that no extra session can be called In regard to the climate of Western a
before December 18th. This will throw Florida. the Pensacola Journal says: P
it into Governor Gilchrist's term, and Now that it is all over, he"rin Flori- tM
be can dissolve the body, by telling it da we can unanimously look forward ul
he has no business for it. The Metrop- without any division on party lines to w
olis has made an important discovery, our great tourist season, near at hand, n
says an exchange. and merge all our joys and sorrows in te
the contemplation of those months when I
There will be hay enough made in Florida is the bright particular ear in C
Walton county this year to supply the the constellation of States. Jatms Bn
local market, or very neat it. Now let may come and elections may gbWtor fo
our business men see to it that the incomparable winter climate ty pot
farmers who have this to sell have a incomparable winter climate put.
market for it to the exclusion of that WTY[ ITS GURAT. Co
shipped from the North.-DeFunisk No wonder the United States is the an
Breew. Leon raises quite a large lot greatest and most prosperous country a=
fat excellent hay, we should make and on earth. Here are its crop figures:
save more and not let a bale of shipped Annually produces more corn than hi
hay come in. other countries of the world combined Hi
Speaking of the rumored call for an -2,927.000,000 out of 3,108,000,000 aW
extra session of the legislature, the bushels. thi
Wauchula Advocate says: "Let her Annually produces more wheat tins ta
come. The oftener the legislature con- any other country in the world-634, 000.- tle
veoes the oftener we can have a county 000 out of 3,108,000,000 bushels. ten
division skirmish." Thatsettles it. An Annually exports more wheat flour pli
ea sixty-day session of the legislature than all the other countries of the world dis
with the DeSoto county division ques- combined-15,000,o000 out of 26,000,000. jot
tim up has more terrors in it than we Annually exports more wheat, inclo- aM
had conceived of. Now will Governor ding wheat flour, than any other cou. Su
Broward be good? -JacksonvilleTimes- try in the world-146.000,000 out of ul
Union. 646,000,000 bushels, wis
_^^^^ Annually produce more oats than
The South Florida Sentelany other country in the world-754,- T
good argument for county fairs when it 000,000 out of 3,692,000,000 bushels. Tn
says: "A county fair held annually at Is the third largest annual producer a h
the county seat is a thing much desired of barley in the world-153,000,000 by
by many enterprising citizensofOrange bushels-only 7,000,000 bushels less bot
county. Farmers, fruit growers, truck than Germany, with Russia leading, eol
and stock raisers all want a chance to Annually produces more cotton than I
exhibit the choicest specimens of their all other countries of ths world-18,000,. era
products and at the same time hold an 000 out of 20,000,000. of
experience meeting and learn some val- Annually produces more tobeco than
abshle object lessons. And what an ad- any other country in the world-00,. dee
vertisement it would be for thecounty!" 000,000 out of 2,201,0(00,000 pounds. lif
Leon could have one of the beet county Annually produces more flaxseed than wr

fairs in the State Years ago they any other country in the world-25,000,- wil
attracted a great deal of attention and 000 out of 87,000,000 bushels. sire
were profitable, and the present editor Annually propuees more hope than wit
bopes to be able to revive the spirit any other country in the world-57,000,. b a
among the people ofthecity andeounty. 000 out of 211,000,000 pounds. to
Many of the newspapers of the State Annually exports more oilcake and T
are tc.utending Tallahassee for the re- oilcake meal than any other country in. Jo
eent purchase of the gas and water the world-2,063,000,000 out of 4,913,-. W
plants. The Ocala Banner says : "The 000,000 pounds. g
ity of Tallahasee has taken over from Annually exports more resin than all di
the United Gas and Improvement Com- theothercountriesof theworld-17,000,- O
my of Philadelphia the gas and water 000 out 864,000,000 pounds. I~
works plants, paying therefore $7(t000, Annually exports more spirits of tur- he
for which amount the city of Tallaha- pe.tine than all the other countries of g
me ha issued bonds. These plants, the world-17.000,000 out of 24,000,001 1 1
aew under municipal ownership, will be 141 .L
In charge of a board of trustees or a Tbe'True Democrat receives many 4
esmmission, composed of W. M. Meln- propboitions fr whiskey advertising.
tabs, Jr., chief clerk in the State Comp- but the present editor will consign them
troeer's office, George E. Lewis, of the all to the wastebasket. We want no
First National Bank of Tallahassem and patronage that will tend to the debauch-
Fester C. Gilmore, a prominent and ery of our people. A prominent bust-.
sosesfal hardware merchant Clar- ness man informs us that he was told
SH. Ellis has-been appelatedm mea thaiphihtlon in Leon county would
oetallthree of the city plants, ee- killed lbis a. I d, it has In-
gsoead water works." sea iitsMe*re han lty pe Sent .pi

tB artow OMAN
eemets open the pn1p0i eatm n
das etthelegislatre:
IM Ocineville an ad.:
"Bow would Govlmr Bmrwed lti
I heaold call an en.trastn Saes
1 and that body AhA e40
a U. Fleteher to I the um
pied term of the late Senator MaQelf
That is probably on e of the
that It would do, emept for the
that the work of a spe alor
delse confined to so .
embraced in the call, tad
woRdM not be one of b
MaBory' a term (aw r
MilteN) expires o jd of MU
Marh, and t wsc Tafth a
p unimedto d l d Iped al asion e
cmarees for ev of the tariff,
modiately MWir his uratlo
lorMd wil be npreeted by oyL o
senater that speweal eon, until th
legb formally elesets Mr. Fletehe
for VrWSular term, which it weal msu
okbtefd do, hould it be called togeth
er by the goveror.

We have read, as we always do, with
leaaure this web's woe of The True
)emoerat We find moehin it that is of
rviee to us and Invaluable to the av-
rage reader. But the bt expression
e snd In this leue is: "I deas to be
lean and right henceforth with my fel-
Dw-man and with my God." Such a
mtiment can only come from a heart
hat has been purified by the power of
od. The noblest aspiration that a
man can have is to love God and his fel-
Dw-man. "On these two hang all the
aw nd the prophets."
The press is such a power for good
hat if we had more of such editors*
ghteous instead of riotous living would
* the rule and not the exception.-
opehoppy Argus.

John Collins, editor of the Tallahas-
se True Democrat, the leading weekly
paper of Florida, annoudees that he in-
nds living a Christian life, ahd calls
pon thegood citizens of Talldiassee to
watch him daily, and tell him of his
isdeeds, and aid him in his good in-
ation. It is a hard proposition for a
wspaper man to be a consistent
hristian, but we truly hope that
brother Collins will become a strong
lower of the "Lowly Naxarene." A
tter, more conscientious and "big-
arted" man does not exist than John
llins. His moral life is exemplary,
d he will be a power for the cause
aong his fellow-men. The editorof a
wspaper has many things to hamper
daily in leading a Christian life,
s work is ale tedious and tiresome,
t to mention the thousand and one
gs that occur every day to try his
mper. His labors return him but lit-
end his duties require the closest at-
ition if his work is properly accom-
shed, and often the returns are so
couraging that it would be a hard
for even Job to remain steadfast
d true to Ms faith and his Master.
eens to Brother Collins, both spirit.-
ly and materially, is our heartfelt
h. -White Uprings Herald.

Fhe last isMe of the Tallahassee
ue Demoeat contains an account ot
ig revival meeting held in that city
the Rev. Mr. Culpepper and his son,
h of whom are well known in Pensa-
n the same issue of The True Demo-
t we find the following from the pen
the editor, John Collinas:
The editor of this newspaper has
ded fully to live a clean, Chrietian
m. It any eitisen sees him doing

Dog, in any way or in any respect,
1 they pease all him down II de-
* to be clean and right henceforth
h my fenow-man and my God. I
e a deep burning dmre to do good
all men."
he Evening News is glad to learn of
hi Colis' decision. We have *l-
y beiived that at heart be wasa
ad man. While we have at ties
erea with him, and have engaged In
m very bitter ontroversea, we be-
rv e be a good man, andknow that
makes a good eitisen. Here's our
ad right hand, Mr. Collins.-Peusa-
a lvenlag News.

,rs ~ PO Wn

s ra tax apms
t Use asn have,

I o aoigd a oad

lb bi 06Rs aoty. Amebd-
abe increase milU s o dollbuars. t

The Jack should e Tmes-Untron u ts
t tive i good roads quesg for the nowt
Sten years. oft each county e. Pu the nam ate
Swouldvote the bond issue foy r tapurpo
Sroved roads, the taxab values wea ld
be Increased millions of dollar
Ste matter and othe proper light will rothe
e following editorial:
ably follow ro Thads question one of

oremod b t n the minds of the people people.
of Florida. It is receiving attention in
Sall parts oneed fothr State. Putnam counrkty
has voted a be paionde for outthe purpose tax
of buildpts m yea good road. The wambaork
St Luele and other counties will prob-

on there Is need for a more rapid work
sums that wou be paid for at vailthable from

year to year even when added to the I
work done by those sal plan to rid
duty would necessarily be scattered

over each county and would be of no U
permanent good. Bonding is necesa-t
sary to secure permanent results. I
We do not connslder bonding unwfse P
when it provides for the development t
of the country-for an increase in U
population and in values. Money r
spent on good roads provides an equi- 0
table increase for city, town and e
country. It is in the Interest of all n
the people. ta
Suppose an issue of bonds necessi- g
states a 10 per cent Increase in rev- a
enues to meet interest payments. and d
provides for the payment of the bonds
when they come due. Are the people
of today or of the future the losers by W
this? Not if the work don Increasec
values to the extent of 10 pr cent. for
then the needs of the oounni could be
met -by precisely the sam, levy asa
But If 20 per cent increase in values tl
results from an issue of bonds thlt 8
requires a 10 per cent Increase In rev-
enues it is obvious that instead of the to
bond issue imposing a burden on the
taxpayers it relieves them of a part of la
the burdens they are bearing. The
quick increase would be trer 100 to
per cent than 20 per cent. Any man
who lives In the country knows that S
he would give as much for 100 acres
of land on a good. durable hard road of
as for 200 on a road of deep sand. fi
So a prompt expenditure of money
for a needed.purpose Is a wise econo- tl
my. He who will not pay out money B
for that which is worth more to him h
than he pays will In the end reach the
Ramr financial destination as the reck-
lessly extravagant man. be
The last Issue of the Baltimore Man-
ufacturers' Record contains the fol- pr
lowing: In
Thirteen years ago, according to a Se
story as told a few days ago to the th
writer by one of the partilcipanta,
there were gathered one evening in a
winter resort hotel on the Gulf of
Mexico a number of prominent public w
and business men, including Senator
Veet Jerome Hill, a leading cotton t
factor of Memphis, a Judge of the Bu- af
preme Court of Ohio, and several re
others. Each man in the party was e
asked to give his impression of the
greatest man he had ever known per- n1
sonally. One after another told the -
story of his estimate of the greatest he
man he had met. until finally all had nm
spoken except the Judge. When his
turn came he said:
"I have listened with much interest la
to what you have all cald about great th
men of your acquaintance. I think I wi

know a greater than any you ave s
mentioned. The man I have in view
is the wisest and fairest counsellor Ca
who ever practiced in any court. He e
is the safest friend as an adviser that en
I have ever known. He is the best
son and the beat husband of my ac-
quaintance. and the purest-miaded
man I have ever known." Cl
"Who is this remarkable man?" aid
one of the party. "He Is," seald the it
judge, "William H. Taft, of Ohio, and
be will some day be president.
Ahlaba voted a .constltutieaal
amendment for good roads. Good sreds
should be niversal, bt statMe aboald
assai ea the cotruetioM ofthem a .h
we ll athe eoawdso, for they are pro.
porea beated by the grAt i. P
crease is valea.
0 -w- --- -.%-"^wit- V
The T1aahaaee True Democrat has
haewle*. e1 father true Demsem
mad tes ef MWa t=s: "Mr. Jetw
Moberbwt t tew poe Ts i
so etfor his neeadem ,
weailaa mo-s- k Ah tlsHll **^ *amia ^ & ^ ^
*Tw (--l~MIl. 9y

It wM at MNo ttak

The Is grsl aese- sIn
buthe I ton into f o ice of

Gchrist on January 1 p 1he" to
he most brillat .tha
aof aTrable hasto r ade prhis

In the lsauinration in the ,w o i
.- hasm Jsaasy
The JacknailleT

p e nng committees, aIn d inten a i
the aducton Into office 9a
GIt shallr bet on January of1 p
the most brilliant thpat Toputi i
has ev or seen. Theis. Talhe asi's e
of Trade ha madrwine prepartance d
this Inauguration of the o fp a M
pointing c ommih it and Dua ount p d

Sit albe a vote. As worthe Tallof a TI
growing o rapidly in poplt at east

wealth us d to do. lorida The stead-
lropoisen ou ld be worthily into d
sent imon the emos rve.
hille's growing m portance oand the
relations to thee foret of the gntate a

pf ton her to take ary his pomtion aA t in lu-
e Inau ngurational afathe is more pro-
which t and Duvshal court, ty plumpei eod ft
arge a vote. As the Tallahase** Tree
Democrat of October II put It: *T
be chief executiGovernor of Florida, now
rowing St more in one respect at least
lay one not sto orida hs stead.
ly risen o f m1-obeaurity Into a
lace among the modt progresive. c
e mot imrres portannt Stat of the
niord submiThe Governor of lorabilities now

mnnctkson with the fort eletion:tari
f Ohe country; his poalton and Mu-
ncrse n national term.s'Is more
ounred; on short, he Is reognse as .
Seond- chief executive of a great nde
our11 In ts power to help to make this
ay one not soon to be Minisforgotter to
A correspondent of the Nw Yorkd.
xthorld submits some probability succeed
connection with Taft's election:

First-A second term.Platt.
Second-Chef Jusn tie fuller to be
needed by senator Knox.Depew.
Third--Governor Fort to be of
he coming associate justl
supreme Court or Attorney
Fourth-Senator Lodge to beW
Fifth-Root to be Mil takeo aren

'. either by a Cabinet posittio or a
d.t-lass appointment abroad.
Ninth-Roosevelt, at Taft's snagsc, .
on. to extend a ordeal Invitao suc to
ryan to accompany him to Afric for
health, rest and compalonship.
Is Leon County on the right side for a
ter roads?ppointment abroad.

Senator Fletcher has been eleted
usident of the Mkssiselpp to Atlantis
land Waterways Association. The
mator-elect has dem otrated that
m is a lot of good in him besides be
g a good politician. .
Bryan after defeat has now his bet.
ork to do. the Time-Union these :
els what it is: 'Bryan ie eheerfa
ter his defeat.' But when he ha "3
sted a bit there remains a great pub- '.
duty for him to perform. Let him
ike good his campaign speeches by
during legal proof of his charge ad
Ip to take them into court.. HE hIs
ade a record as the best taler od -.
odes time onlyr to be twittedl withU
!k of efeieney-let him demuuitaha
e ability in the services of t-he peu
thout ooee that we held him to pe-
m could we have given hia oeee-be
command the helpe other hem' *,
qts adth eentrobutiomsef alDem p.
ite faithful to the eaoee.m I

retlar Saw to.
ani d adedT bl-b^

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Rents Collected.



Loans Negotiated.

City and Suburban Residinces and Lots, Truck Farms,
Farms all size and for all crops, Sumatra Leaf Tobacco
Dairies with Herds Timber Lands-Pine, Cypress an
Hard Wood.
Mill Plants, Machi ery, Hotels and Boarding Houses,
Health Resorts and Hwting Grounds, Stores, Warehouses
and Building Lots for Factories.
S Leon County, of which Tallahassee is the seat of govern-
ment, is one of the most inviting sections in the souh-
with its red clay hills, gentle slopes and fertile valleys, for-
Seats of pine and hard wood fresh water lakes and game,
Slndscape unsurpassed in the Blue Ridge section of Virginia,
nearness to the Gulf coast with its oyster beds and fisheries,
health and sea side resorts, railroads in six different direc-
tions as well as being the home pf culture and refinement,
all tend to make it indeed inviting to the home seeker-its
Sgrazing lands are attested by numerous dairies and herds, of |
I Jerseys, its diversity of crops limited only by a semi-tropical
climate, which for money making, its Sumatra Tobacco has
yielded a $1.000 per acre.
Corrspondehce solicited.

W. W. McGRIFF, Tallahassee, Fla.


50 W craM of yoYW Shoe by vg
Reps your Boots and Sboe. fiat Class Work. e ftivfetin uarmue0.
A we have ins eomsctio with my shoe busing the
CNX mAiwmmrst-OchWorkme dotSA wRAft..Y_ old

No. 343 Chta .N T pNo. e2t.
NmiNmOiIP i QB il INIIUii

-., .

7-D. I. L kmS. Laksmad.
I-John W. Henderson, Tal.
--George W. Dyton. DaNde
10-0. I. Leggett, Green.

B sbtmoet U-Donald 0. MoMullen.
l"muitit 12U-L. L. Oottrell, Oldtown.
S M.trct 13-F. X Hudsoo, WamtL
Disttrict 14-F. P. Ooe, Lak City.
District 16-A. Adktm. Starke.
District 16-T. 8. Davis, Fernan-
1 District 17-J. B. Johnson, LUve Oak.
District 18-H. H. Bauckman, Jack-
District 1-L. a. ssey, Orlando.
District 0-D. H. Baker, Orange
District 31-J. Williams, Cedar
District 22-William M. Girardeau,
District MU-I. N. Whitney, Lady
District 24-W. Hunt Harris, Key
District I---Buell Oook, Chipley.
District 26--M. 8. Crill, Palatka.
District 17-Joseph H. Humphriee,
District 18-Frank W. Sams, New
District 3--W. E. Baker. Melrose.
District 3O-W. H. H. McLean. Jas-


31-L. W. Zim, St. Augus-
32-H. H. McCreary,Galnes-

V 111.-

Houe of Repreentative.

Also a.--yde L Carter, Gaone-
lle; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.
Baker-J. L. Kelly? Macclenny.
Bradford-L, D. Wall, Starke; Er-
aest Knight, Lake Butler.
Calhoun--. S. Fortner, Clarksville.
Citrus-E. S. Grace, Citronella.
Clay-Charles Conway Middleburg.
Columbia-John W. Watcher, Lake
." CCity; James B. Hodges, Lake City.
[ Dade-George 0. Sutler. Miami.
oto-J. H. Brown, Arcadia.
~W I. L. Farris, Jacksonville;
7 k Chase. Jacksonville.
"seambia-John P. Stokes. Pensa-
I&; C. L. Wiggin, Pine Barren.
ranklin-E. X. L. Moore, Carra-
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffy, Gretna; J.
W. heppard, Greensboro.
S Hlamlttoe-L. C. Register, Avoca; J.
S Hernano-F. L. Stringer, Brooks-
: ille.
P Hillsboro-John S. Taylor, Largo;
D. F. Pattishall, Plant City.
Holmee-G. W. Watford, Esto.
Jackson-W. E. B. Smith, Marianna;
J. H. Tidwell. Basoom.
Jeffrson-8. D. Clarke, Monticello;
A. J. Boland, Thoma City.
S Lake-J. R. Mil6r. Eustis; J. 8.
L Godfrey, Yalaha.
Lea-F. J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
| Leon-A. .Wells,Tallhasee; John
L Neely. Tallahassee.
L vy-W.J. Rpereou, Bronson.
* L'aby -te-McQuoen Claret, Old.
S Uberty-. Thaggard, Britol.
Madlso-C-arles R. Davis, Mamdl-
SMu J. lle sBlanton, Lee.
S Maaate-D. F. Hun. Cotatta.
Maron-L 8. Light, Reddick; W. D.
c, ON,
*, Maroe--W. H. Malone, Jr.. Key
SWeat; Charles IL. Knowle, Key West.
S Namu-J4. K XCalka Fernandlna;
SA. I. Osible. Cal)bno
S Orane-A. B. Nowton, Winter Oar
des;: Jamines H. Klac Oviedo.
O Oesola-. 0 Arees KIlm me.
Passeoo-P. C. Utell, aoN.
h-I. A. -o. Kathleen; W. J.
SDranee. Fort Med. --s
laths; 8 L. llbR Palaka.
Satmoa V0os.R V. MoCashlIl, Muff
Sfb-mA; A. J. PeIeo Oak Grove.
L I Johns-W. A. UeWilliaais. St.
SL C. DPoat, Matama.
L Mle-W. Hardee. Jenses.
i MeOlna Terre Buhnesn.
SWewases-Li U. Robrsem. Uve
00k Ge. W. Dempseyf. laTvIe.
Tft W T. Cash, Perry.
asee 3. Au ader, Do
w LaN U MB Thortos. Omum.
Wm- walu -Wa-ter P"%ag Wakla.
W. w tm.-. 9. RI wow, Laurel
^ahiragtoe-34lL. MoKenxsle, Pan.

J Daly, of MI4 W. Cooares. 5,
ai o ftf a M w to be e
aB Be ys: Mt*e moter.'
s ow a":!s sielar

6;- m;,-I~

kme t1ss h e her
mw s un die We skis It

s m was MW

OrMak OnMo to be 4 s*gi 9
sad jbe left withMot offer
Nest morn an the ironing wasI to r-
de, and Bridget was hard at It when
her mlstrew looked in to my, "As you
get the clothes Ironed, Just throw them
over the hone."
"AMll right, ma'am," the busy laundry
girl replied without stopping to raise
her eyes from her work in band.
The laundry room was located in an
outhouse adjoining the barn, and occa-
alonally the neighing of the family
horse and the merry voice of Bridget
resounded throughout the house.
Returning to the laundry house a
couple of hours later, the lady could
ecamely believe her eyes nor restrain
her mirth when she beheld the fam-
fly horse, standing patiently belsde
Bridget, loaded down with newly
Ironed sheets, pillowcases, tablecloths
and lace trimmed waists and skirts
With an anxlous look on her honest
face Bridget observed. "I'm glad
you've come, ma'am, for I'll have to
have another horse."

Those having eye trouble, headaches,
or nervounmei should go to Jackson-
ville and see Dr. Armstrong, specialist,
office, 9 Laura street. 34
0 VEARe*

? rTntt e Ame
Anyo* imedtng akel eb n de*Mfptk B way
*qncumlr aseertaih our ui>lnton wrs htbr an
nITilon |* probably vnti t o munles.
tlo rtriotly conflden tre.a l01 o Paten
Mtt f. OldeMt ae-y fofjaMerLApt.
Pasnu teae tnou Mnnn Fo. reiv

A bandsomelyr Illnetrrvd weekly. arsat elr
culation of any Ileitle ourl e 3 *
y0r g fInr months. L old byal Y wwMdeale.
MU CSol "0 New Yrk
=- rfSt.. Weab usm. D..

Our New Line

es, Pies and

"t Bread.

iwytiijiaa niand


Our Now ~

T. B. BYRD & CO.

TaddImem, lMoida.


Two (2) well -located
lots, at Panacea Miner-
al Springs, one adjoining
Mr. T. H. Hall's lot at
Rock Landing, 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 offer them
for a limited time only,
and for a very low price.

J. T. Bernard & Son.

People with kidney trouble are so
weak and exhausted that they are only
half alive. Foley's Kidney Remedy
makes healthy kidneys, restores lost
vitality, and weak, delicate people are
restored to health. Refuse any but
Foley's. Sold by all druggists.

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(locorporated In 1"L) (Capftal $50.000.) 4

S*2fidacturers of

Favorite Brand Fertilizers
Dealers in
Agricultural Chemicals

4 And all Fertilizing Material.

Best mixed white paint, per gallon $1.35
Best patent flour, 24 pounds for 75c
Granulated sugar. 6c per lb., or 17 lbs. $1.00
International Stock Food, 25 lb bkt., worth $350. My
price $1.75
Wilbon's Stock Food, 25 lb bkt, worth $3.50. My price $1.75
A lot of nice fruit cake just received at 35c per lb
Christmas Cards, Dolls, Vases and Toys just received.
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 0 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 15c
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.


Store 'phone, 208.

Residence 'phone, 256.

$ .98 Fine Leather Seat
I Dining Room Chair
Beautiful in deslgarwath graceful panel back. Made of uarter-sawed
solid oak with a handsome golden finish. hjghly polished. Grali leather Ml.
box frame construction French legs The price is possible only bmM
of our immense manufacturing failltles, for chairs exclusively. turn
out chairs of all kinds in such quantities that we can ad th
S i eslr pro-feit and cil direct to yoa t wlSelmle.m
You run no chance, for we give your money back II every chair t st
exactly as we reprcscnt You .ve at lemt d lsl a n. e
and get better satisfaction. Chairs for dining-room, parlor, 6 OM,
porch, kitchen. lawn. stores. offices-and every other use, bee
most elegant to the plainest All kinds of wood, 200 diferetl tyit.s i
Ssnd for our lare llu@inatd eataloen and special C iM that

Don't forget we are till in the Lumber good
business. Strictly wholesale dealers for
Brick, Lime and all kinds ofmB

Building Material
From the Lowest Grade to the Highest.
Our Long Suit s Best Prices and Prompt Delivery.

Business. Ste rictly wholesale de C., alersacy, Fora.

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SefatSr Mrhtber Ditanwes the QOee- y 195# Th s NatMs Win wve aPep* A Vy Sphemd ti t A
lai at Waterways Ceavewtles. latterr ,f S M SM. fo o .
A special from Columbus, Ga., says: IAn an address delivered Ie confe- oS K
The project of cutting the Peninsular ence of governors in Washington the the basat ai d
at Florida in two by an east and west prediction was made that the United b them lat w
"ip canal connecting the Atlantic Statee will in 1960 have a popaetio of 2"wts QSS fSse, I
Ocessan with the Gulf of Mexico, was more than 200,000,000. Thi was baed J isto be to 4
the leading question today before the on an annual Increase of about 4 per Hii>ea addition towa ei 8red t
convention of the Gulf Coast Inland cent plus an average annual Immigra- Hoomich wa t e Wa
Waterways Association in session here. tion of 750,000. -i My operated y th
Senator-elect D. U. Fletcher, of Flori-. There is no question as to the diin. Narmory b ,i
di, tonight outlined this plan to the sh--g rate- o nlatrlal i rs t ther Morobot9 t was mad a- b
invention in a speech in which he sa: will certain be added to it mos than buty yi -and- -skilled I
"We must meet waterway improve- 46,000,000 in the next forty.-two r, heever-be
meant in foreign countries by waterway unless natural growth is stops alto. *-tr0 p
i vproements at home if we wou gather, and that is not probabbo There zmatle ,
mitalnsupremacyt or evan standing wo d be an increase in that timeof quite
in markets abroad. 2d,000,000 from immigration ad it ise w
"The problem of the cheapest and not ues able to assume that there rom.
asafeqt means of transportation now re- will be ,no-tm than 40,000,000 fr.omOf
.red by the Southern, Western and natural growth. S is sIh
Northern growers is solved when the The Piatntio of the United States v*erV .,tt
United States Gulf ports are opened will reh 160,000,000 by the middle of .kind of a.t.lthe
and the Florida ship canal, on the lock the present century, nd it is not likely prof m oieta t s
system is constructed. to halt therme.screenedg the pa Sofehs-_te ,t-
"A ship canalacro the Peninsula of o W t tilyedr mel attended b' lve
Florida would shorten by about 500 HOW TO CURB A COLD. Ily
miles the route from the Atlantic Ocean Be as careful as you can you will 4d=napm, wrb nl* lmt
into the Gulf of Mexico, especially to occasionally take cold, and when you the fw for th coveniee of the
the Gulf ports of the United States, do, get a medicine of known rellabil- g etm and their wants werewVUli a
and avoid the dangerous navigation of ity, one that has an establlUheg repu- pied by the ladies serving be&oM toe
the gulf stream through the straits of station and that is certalan taLect a see.
Florida. By this canal the commerce of cure. Such a medicine is ber' The viands provided were doeIoaily
this northern continent would be placed j ins Cough Remedy. It h aed a cooked and tempting served, ao41 ere
more than 1,000 miles nearer to the Cen- world-wide reputation by i remark heartily enjo yed by e lar e br
trail American republics. able cures of this most all- of eroa who went to the IIa for
"The general opinion seems to be that mnt, and can always b! aded t lhneh and aopp .
a tidewater canal is impracticable. For upon. It acts on nature's re Besides the le th er
the lock canal almost a straight line lives the lungs. aids expeoration, placed on sale potted plants a04 u-
ertiou be narrowest part oft hePn opens the secretions, and mature eree articles of fancy wori whteh
a number of large lakes and ing some in restoring the system to a inalthy sold for suceh reasonable pricA that
portions of rivers. The canal would be; condition. During the many y 1. in few pieces were left over. .
pat of the contemplated ilandw which it has been in general m we The ladies are to be congratultWd up-
ter circuit of the whole of the central have yet to learn of a single efe of on their exceptionalsuccess.
and eastern parts of the United States c old or attack of the nthisp HEX AMETHYLENTETRA-,-,
east of the Rocky mountains. suitedinneumoniwn s e HBxAMETHYLENTETRA4 B.
It is estimated that the canal can was used, which shows concibl The above is the name of a (teWsu
be dug for $ss0,000,000. It has been that it is a certain preventive of that chemical, which is one of th% U t y
timated also that more than 30,000,000 dangerous disease. ChamberilaW' valuable ingredients of Foley's fiuey
tons would pass through the canal year- Cough Remedy contains no opium or Remedy. Hexamethylenetetra1i~h is
ly, which does not include the enormous other narcotic, and may be given as recogalaed by medical textboof$s ald
traffic from Mexico, Nicaraugua, Costa confidently to a baby as to an adult authorities as a uric acid solvt4t a( d
Rica or certain other countries whose For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. antisept for the urine. Take Pley's
traffBc would bring the tonnage under a Kidney Remedy as soon as yolk 0tice
reasonable estimate toaetotalofe60,000,. Orlando uses printers' Ink of fine any Irregularities, and avoid a erlous
000 tons annuay. 'quality to tell the world of her attrM- malady. Sold by all druggists,
"A complete national system of in- tons. This year $4.000 will be apeltt I
tereoastal canals and circuit of water- various kinds of advertising. Already The temperance people of Da&4e oun-
ways ought to be determined upon and 50.000 illustrated pam blets have bee ty may well feel proud of thet work
constructed as rapidly as possible. A ordered and others willfollow. And i the pat year. During the pat tlv
transportation crisis is upon us." would be a profitable investment for the p ast year. succeed ast
Telegrams were sent to President TallahassMee and Leon county to do li ke. months they have succeeded vI ciAns
Roosevelt and to President-elect Taft wise. eight of the most disreputable 0aloons
greeting them as champions "of a poli- Don't let the baby suffer from ecIe- and many gambling dens in the county.
cy of comprehensive improvement of ma. sores or itching of the skin. Doan's -Wachuls Florida Advocate.
the riv ri, harbors, and inland water- Ointment gives Instant relief, cure '--
ways." quickly. Perfectly safe for child Rubber V a made to ovqe at
Subscribe to The True Democrat. All druggists sell it tils offle*

vweeqeeb Ii

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oa wmd. 1k ak b an a
L a J. Day kI the' owh a
o-VrMh, ho"wW- ago"re
Me Idrov me Stat mtake a
:iast em .eamto Pdtl
0 mi-ew tMow d "m& to M t
o brae lo e. e expect to
all we ean n prom et thaew eo
With Iy d Day sold twea

town provided your pdowple are to kind
-ad asessodatlig as Mr. Cat.. and
the immediate hbors have been.
We oe ottotear down but to build
up. We eame to tgerld twelve
eas ago, a wild pine fret and the
and kidered ash t worthless; now
we have nice town, and I think do
more business than any town in tihe
South with not more than 8,000 inhab.
tanta. We have changed thi wild for-
est into beautiful flower gardweas Aeld
of deliclom fruit of great variety, v -
tablem and other farm prod-te, w
have been a pleasant and protale 0-
Cpat to u and a great ben it to the
country. Lands bafeadvanced Ie value
over a thousand per ceat. near town.
Wehope to do the same there with your
I have known L. J. Day for the past
nine years and have done quite a lot of
business with him and have always
found him honest and upright.
If any ofyourpeople want tobu
lot and join in with us and help build
up the town and county you w find
hun straight. Hoping you will give
space for this correction, I remain very
respectfully yours,
Do you know that every time you
have a cough or cold and let it run
on thinking it will Just cure itself
you are Inviting pneumonia, consump-
tion or some other pulmonary trouble?
Don't risk it Put your lungs back in
perfect health and stop that cough
with Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by Hardee-Smith Co., druggists.
Subscribe to The True Democrat.

4MP. mWandyEouWll HemovedtT1re
lahase abot ufag year. ag JIM ha
bow nttd employed
was awyrady, and
promoter. He 4was am ub r g'
DmptlstChrerhand B. Y.P.U
beep aharde wo a sg 66ll w -
for th4e year. M wa a- IM
frst toete ta hem
local .fetar umpany,
Rfegat, Co. 1te Fasmter Ila try,
which he WI te. pheroted fer maka
to OM HL e was aIm a meber of
tlhe W.
is. services as a ofreman will be
greatly miMeda. for be was alwat one
oftbsflA to a fre. a otaay
working Ite whole timer ls rones.d
a fireman l th the beseo thel-'
pany, it stauds mamed to ems ly.
In the recent revival held here by the
Cli John was an earnest work-
er. Aftrthe first week, he ould be
seM nightly entering the ctd with a
number of friends, whom hbe ad ha-
enased to attend the m ig I af-
ter getting them seated, n take
hiseat In the choir, where he, wit l
comrades, would sing praises to their
Tallahasee has lost one of its best
young men, the crew of her future .iti-
senahip asoldier. a fireman, and a true
Chri an gentleman. The sympathy of
all goe out to his bereaved ved ones.
A r MID.
Judge Maxwell, of the Jacksonvile
Criminal Court, issues this wairnl,
that hereafter all pistol voters must go
to jail-there will be no more fine.
Tne True Democrat commends his -
dom and his courage. -


Department is at your services to supply

your needs for the winter. And we submit

you a few prices for your consideration before you buy. Give US a Call.

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36 in. Peau de Soie Silk, such as you
always pay $1.00 for, here you
can have what you want at 75c

36 in. guaranteed Taffeta in Black
and worth $1.50, but as long
as it lasts it is yours for per yd $1.00

36 in. Suisine Silk in all the best
colors, at 50c

54 in. all Wool Broadcloth in Blue,
Black and Gray, at per yd 50c

Big assortment of fancy Mohairs,
Flannel Suitings, and fancy
Black Panamas, all yard wide
and worth 50 cents, but we
will cut you what you want at


xxn -pk.

AU NtWk.

500 yards Cotton and Wool mixed dqitils, 32
to 36s in. wide, in plaids madebeeks. Not % yard of it
worth less than 26 cets,41st you will 64 tham next
week on center table, mad all next *i* you can
get what you want of the at the ery ow 2C I
price of, per yd -

Extr Special. AApNt Wed.

Plain and Plaid Brodeleth, 0aadnmd w t4 kaMd that )}o
have never bought for tis thea L.00 pWr yId. To ame this

fabric is to buy what you need of it, and yW get It at
per yd. A- "


Even if you don't want to buy it yoAheild es It.

Better look at our ALL WOOL Blank.-Silk Bound Edges,
and pure white. Never Bought before audAr P to $10,00 the
pair-as long as they lat you can have ttes at
B e th m
Better Bee them.

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The new Shautung Silk, in long
stripes, in Green. Light Blue
and Brown, 27 in. wide, and
one of the very newest, per
yard -

Brown and Black Mohair, 50 in.
wide, and splendid quality.
Per yd 0c

All Wool Cream Bedford Cords, 86
in wide-awful nice for In-
fants Coatsta at 75c

Ladies' Black and Brewn undres-
ed Kid Glove--sies 6 and s
only-the $1.00 guaranteed
kind-as long as they ast,
you can have them for 75c

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appropriate than the one for whcih the
building is now being prepared.
Our entire stock of Men's and Boys Clo- In a few weeks it will become the
headquarters of the City, in it being
TALA A EE FURNITURE STORE thing, Blankets-, Comforts, Trunks, Tray- t.r plants and of t.he City Tax Colla-
tTALIAHASSEEor. This lst office the city council has
eling Bags, Shoes, Ladies Underwear, deemed it wise to combine, if possible,
with the .mam.ement of the various
J. E. THEUS, Propr. Men's Shirts and sUnderwear at strictly ofabout$ p t anum ns-u
CORNER CUNTON AND ADAMS STS. First Cost. :: :: :: :: :: forthfuture to thenominalsuof
$ 0, and Mr. Ellis, the manager of the
,____res t of the city's busihwes, became a
candidate for the oflee of collector.
The building is well located, well yea-

Vm BoDRUNT & DE lLYtbere, will be y for oea
pancy by the first of Deember.
____________1_ I__ ~Constipation causes headich, ma.-
sea, dizziness, I anguor, heaw plta-
=bon. Drastic physep gripe, sDickl
Pll" ._ lsi Hf Tk '. W IWA i i mrana midi Of.twi*f iweaken the bowels, aad don't 'ei.
IL7 14_ W s,.- Do anE's RUlSt.g S s act g p tly ad s
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The Greatest Premium of the Age.
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ing entirely and enables the user to set the tension on the
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all wear on the rivet, making the SHEARS practically IN-
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SOl shown in the engraving, tightens up the blades as closely as
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SHEARS to be first-elass, that the Tension Spring device
MB KV M doubles the usefulness of the SHEARS and does away with
the need of resharpening, and furthermore, our Guarantee
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within FIVE YEARS from date of purchase it will be re
R A ZO R placed with a NEW pair without cost."
RA O How to Get the Shears.
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W smoothly as to mak- you think It be mailed to you within ten days, absolutely free
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V ALWAYS IN STOCK. 6,o ., 1 @ U AITA NDV Propesals for Constructig lthe. Uah
SDAV a. L S. AUlN i Have Been Oponed In Wash.
GILMORE & DAVIS CO., (Inc.) *ington
Washington.-Initial steps for the
282 S. Monroe St construction of another nmgnster battle-
ship for the American navy was taken
TATIAHASSE, FLORIDA yesterday when proposals for its con-
struction were opened. This will be
C L E A R A N C E S A Having purchased the interests of my partners, known as battleship No. 31, and already
i Charlie Gong and C. H. Hong, I will continue has been designated by the President to
to run the U. S. LAUNDRY. Thanking the be called the Utah. She is to be a ship
Public for their past patronage and asking a of about 21,825 tons trial displacement,
Sfcontinuance of same, assuring one and all of and is to be a sister ship of the Florida,
In order to make room for my Fall which is to be constructed by the gov-
FIRST CLASS work PROMPTLY DONE ernment at the Brooklyn navy yard.
Stock, which will soon begin to ar- at the most reasonable rates. aseso o gre o eeiio
rive, for the next few days my entire Yours Truly, has yet been reached as to the charac-
stc the vessel and the bidders will be given
stock ^ < ,^.John Young, Proprietor reo ns
Will be offered at Reduced Prices. c______r oucs ,iiw^_locAo,_.
Will make special low prices on A very old sinuil. w s. Put teo
Lace Curtains, Hammocks, Porch Rockers Settees, 'w ',,
efrgertr ad F s VAN BRUNT & hEIJI LLY. The old Freedmanr's Bank, on Adams
Refgerators and Freezers. street, across from the Post office, has
been put to a variety of uses since the
All Summer Goods at Close Out steps were being thronged with the
dupes of the carpet bagger who went
lces. c i and get pices: and you there for definite information concern-
lA T O ST ing the promised '40 acres and a mule,'
will be convinced. A CO ST. but none of these uses have been more

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colors, all sizes, and all desirable patterns-each tailored with every

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midst will show you more stvle than vo. can see

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anywhere elm in town. Best of all, the prices are very, very
reasonable. You are invited to see them-we will expect you

real soon."

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Leader of Low Prices.

mopa0 m%"Z~1w1-r%

S"Jacksonville has gained another mWt
Valuable citizen in the person of th"
STATE NE WS I Hon. Frank Adams, of Jasper, former
SIpresident of the Florida Senate and one
of the wealthiest and most progressave
planters and business men in the State.
The Florida Synod is in session in The Music Festival to be held in the
Jacksonville this week. auditorium of Stetson University, at
The Pensacol News reports a colony DeLand, February 10-12, will be the
of hoboes near that city. greatest event that has occurred in the
If the present tentative plans of the art history of Florida.
Pensacola Investment are carried out The Arcadia News is in favor of or-
Eacambia county will, in the near fu- ganiing a big company for the purpose
ture, have one of the most up-to-date of establishing a packing plant which
farms in the South for the purpose of can handle the output of cattle in that
de@"w*%r"ting the different products section.
that can be raised in that section. J. M. Jolly, editor of the Halifax
Great reparations are being made Journal and postmaster at Daytona
for the Marin County Fair, which is died Thursday morning at 9 o'clock of
tobe held December 16, 17 and 18. heart failure at his home on Palmetto
to be heldavenue after an illness of two weeks.
Three hundred hands are at work on
thuge he Coronet phosphate mine, two Winter blasts, causing pneumonia,
ales south of Plant City. Mining will pleurisy and consumption wilt soon be
*mew*Qre about June. It is said to be here. Cure your cough now, and
the largest mine in Florida and over $1,. strengthen your lungs with Foley's
000,000 is being spent on it to put it in Honey and Tar. Do not risk starting
operation, the winter with weak lungs, when
Every cigar factory of Tampa, Ybor Foley's Honey and Tar will cure the
City, and WeatTampa is now working most obstinate coughs and colds, and
on full time, and the larger factories prevent serious results. Sold by all
are still taking on additional hands, in druggists.
order to meet the very decided increase TH FARE s N ALL.
in their orders during the past few days. ALL.
The government seems to have aban. The politician talks and talks,
domed Its purpose of making a National The actor plays his part,
Foret of the Forbes PuArhm. Hen- The soldier gitters on parade.
ry 8. Chubb, register of the United' The goldsmith plies his art,
States land offer at Gainesville, has The scientist purses his germs
given notice that all these vacant Uni- O'er the terrential ball,
ted States lands embraced in this tract, The sailor navigates his ship,
situated in Calhoun and"Washington But the farmer feeds them all.
counties, which were reserved for that The preacher pounds the pulpit desk,
purpose, have been pronounced unsuit. The broker reads his tar
able by the assistant forester, after in.I The tailor cuts and"sews cloth
vestigation, and are subject to entry. To ft the human shape,
Dr. W. F. Arnold, of Jensen, now in The dame of fashion dressed in silk
Washingtono. is advertising for several Goes forth to dine or call,
diamond back rattlesnakes, alive and Or drive, or dance, or promenade,
hajuertd. Dr. Arnold made sugges- But the farmer feeds them all.
tM that resulted in the discovery of a The workman wields hisshining tools,

, Ipe Cc antoUte for snake bites. This
snum has been tried in two cases in

that section of the State with the beet
of oeesss. Dr. Arnold's stock of the
serum was reduced to one small vial
when be tried to obtain more from the
French specalist who made the experi-1
meats with the cobra in India, but was
u eeeanfuL He is now in Washing-
t6a. where he hasseeured promises that
the Saithaonas Inatitate wil conduct
eperalmept with a view to producing a
ssam thatwi be antidote for rat-
t amke kbite.
The tax-pae of St. Luei, county
oe to vowt o a bond issue of $1Ub,000
I Jamary, hr read purposes.
tb Natdml ealetio is evwr but lo-
sae wiare M1eaain the
ismsgd e&by JaI7lelot mom
ej a -- tIeg aleie IrS the valr.
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The merchant shows his wares,
The aeronaut above the clouds
A dizzssy journey dares;
But art and science soon would fade,
And commeree dead would fall,
If the farmer ceaed to reap and ow,
For the farmer feeds them al.
-From Lealie's Weekly.
"My little girl is subject to colds,"
says Mrs. Wi. H. Serig, No. 41 Fifth
St., Wheeling. W. Va. "Last winter
she had a severe spell and a terrible
cough, but I cured her with Chamber
lain's Counh Remedy without the aid
of a doctor, and my little boy has been
prevented many times from havag
the croup by the timely use of this
syrup. This remedy is fr ale by
Tallhasm Ore s
Co.'s a0toer,


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erpa~ the d te advaig wave of rit which
is further eutabB Is e6 g over the L.**s,
.arsle,. whih of the a Am of John L. & Sons,
S '-"e *n'ports tt thae and Florida
,BC EW Is laeof the R 10r64d the Mnt e4t of
wL is chs th A-,firm. has
e fatr7 "e. a. T; De laltlet eotres for imp oVnESent to be in.
"5 ,~n.oweet potatis ii stalled which, when mpleted, will
te "u-hard* an la usa esust over o0 M, The letting of the
rhatrthem to Tam t year sad was .made possible by the in-
f 1 er b business activity n the coun-
t, = hiseaopto a "Iwhich the Georgia and
_vS!as yh p sar -m w 'a- pandAthe increased
hares. He is now getting 90 seats pert peas and the intreasedt
riated bushel for his potatoes delivered on the road in the last month
WaWi, o'r of 190, board the Tampa Northern railroad at aT.B and Florida has just com-.
-f r e' mIile Beokselle. ".etd e of reed between Val-
A--n toothe I OOo miles "HiS land is rich hammock, well oosta and of twenty-eight
pala tohe am ito adapted to the cultivation of sweet po- miles and a of branch lines,
LW Sala tatoes. PIs the yield acre at 200 which aggregate -fAVG miles.
W ls b abot Ubuthan aels, which is the esmeated ver The o trce placed
year' I stt I was more than amy a estimate for good land, multiply include the buildlg thirty miles of
pseedi year, and was $118 per mile tao900 bushels by 13, the number of road and a steel brifd',.ver the Alta-
oe -thfan Ia tyew f thetlat cres planted, and the product by 90 maha river .. t.
astial elestt. As I predicted, a local cents, the amount he is to receive per Suppl I
ear aortme eve now It CoBdl bushel for the potatoes on board carsat The last iuea ofthe oppy Ar-
oa rap ar become normal and Brookaville, delivery now being made a s says :.
prospa..,. .. on contract at that price. The Aru appreciates the assistance
A M FALL GA1RDM. "This calculation will show what Mr. of The True Vemoerat in describing
Danlel will, in all probability realieon Sopehopp and its people for the bene-
...__.'" .his potatoes this year, if hesposesof f th Tampa Tribne. We fail to
Bew a Sedesta Na employs Tim his entire crop at 90 cents. It will be do so any better, for words are uselos.
ot Otrwl Taea. $,840. Is that good money for thirteen To dwell in Sopchoppy is like dwell-
Aeres of a four or five months' crop ing in that place that preachers talk so
A gentlianof Tahasse, whoe -- much about; where snners are not al-
sedentary employment makes it nee- r. W. B. Joyner sent to The True lowed to enter.
eary that e should spend a small p Democrat office Saturday a yellow yam Its people are like those who are fort-
tion of each day in the open air, has sweet potatoes that weighed six pounds. unate eneqgh to get there and. our
taken his exercise during the pest few Sweet potatoes always bring profitable girls; well, they are Hke the inhabi.
prices, even on the home market and tants of that place were before it began
th in making for himself a garden. more acre thanatpresent should to be populated bx those who were at
Belb a man who believes In doing well be panted down in them one time residents of this mundane
whaler he mdtake he went at a lon county farmers should make sphere.
gardelag e eOt in a bines- their sweet potato crops a source of Our girls web-footed I Not on your
like maner watch has brought forth considerable revnu. life. No sir our girls don't waddle,
highly satisfactory results. they glide. Strawberry, never ; they
He and his family are now eating IT'S A CRIME are just Sopchoppy girl, the sweetest,
Chinese utard, rtabaa and white To neglect your health. The worst dearet, most lovabr,hugable, kissable
Dutch turnips, beets, oi, English neglect that you can be guilty of tois to bunches of feminity In Florida or any
wax b es pole D l uma allow constipation, biliousness or any other place for that matter. The very
and lettoe, aan looking for- liver or bowel trouble to continue. It suggestion of .web-feet" or "straw.
ward to having cauflowerand headed is poisoning your entire system, and 'berry" made them toss saucy heads in
bbage in abtamonth tim. There may lead to serious chronic dease indignation, they armd themselves
is alo a fine stad of eleTry which will Take Ballard's Herbne and get abso. wi a hairpin and went after the Tri-
e e for market in due eaely on.ell. T ure curefor any and bune man's scalp. But they decided to
Thel ttue bed is especially fine. The forygi. of ueo cur er and ogve him when they eyasidered that
patall troubles of Me stomach, liver and foreive him when they esasdered that
plants an a good color and are heading e1l So H es mth on hea demonstrated to his readers that
up lke cabbages In fact, the whoe bowel.Sold by Hardee-Smith Co. their town was dry, and the editor of
garden shows what can be done with a drugists.. its paper had started out with the
combination of Tallaassee soil, Middle Mr. W. B. Joyner sent to The True "high and mighty purpose" of doing
Florida climate and systematic labor. Democrat office Saturday a yellow yam his best to keep t dry. This is Sop-
THEY TAKE THE KINKS OUT. sweet potato that weighed six pounds. coppy"green" in thepp, wein we arto
"I have used Dr. King's New Life Sweet potatoes always bring profitable "maintain the "iusls might dpur
Pllla for many years, with increasing prices, even on the home market, and of kemein aleh kindmig ht "m .-
satisfaction. They take the kinks out many more acres than at present n out of our town. We will in a
of stomach, liver and bowels, without should be planted down In them! future issue describe Sopchopp, and
fuss or friction,"' says N. H. Brown of, Leon county farmers should make we accept the Tribune's invitation to
P1Lgeld, Vt. Guaranteed satisfactory their sweet potato crops a source of come again, provided he will return the
lWi-dlrugglsts'. 26c. considerable revenue. I visit.

In Am.
Lisa is dead t yes dear trie g. but
let ua think of her as "a sweet little
angle in the bosom of our Savior."
They tell uas that Go&, never loves uas
better than when He senda us bitter
troubles. How hard that is to believe,
but if we have faith in the certainty of
the life beyond, then we can bear such
blows as this.
To consign our loved ones to the
tomb is a prostrating agony ; but when
we can raise our heads in the serene
hope of a reunion then the keenest edge
of sorrow is tempered, and we can feel
that, "Somewhere and somehow we
shall meet again." Then, too, the con-
viction that God is good, and doth not
afflict us willingly, helps us steadily for-
ward, giving us gleams of light in the
valley of the shadow of death.
Just as the birds had gone to rest and
slowly the darkness was stealing over
all, the pure and spotless soul of little
Lina Gwynn was'preprng to wing its'
flight from her earthly home to the
home above. Death came without a
pam or a struggle, only the livid hues
of her delicate skin told how rapidly
death was changing her countenance
and sondin her away. When the tid-
ings of her death spread through the
neighborhood that night there were
many wakeful and weeping eyes in
nearly every dwelling. But we must
look up from our earthly homes to the
beautiful home above, to which her soul
has flown, and think of the sweet
flower lent to us for so short awhile,
and to adorn her parents' home where
she was so tenderly cherished. This
little delicate flower has now been
transplanted to the garden of the Lord
where it will expand into more won-
dross beauty than an earth culture
can create. Oh I couolthe veil which
hides her from your view be lifted for
one brief moment, and we behold the
radiant glory of that upper world; could
we have seen her asl form wi ng
its flight in snowy whiteness toward the
throne of God, and there amid the an-
gel-choir singing the angel-song with
happy voice without a fear, pain or sor-
row, then shouldn't we be comforted
and in time rejoice that in her innocence
and purity she is "forever safe with
her od. .
What a blessed thing it is to be par-
ents of an angle and to think that out
of that shining band of little ones gath-
ered to beauty the palace of our Lord,
your angel child shall watch and wait to
welcome you. An angel in heaven,
what a thrilling and comforting
May Jesus, the Comforter of all sor-
row, "so fill your hearts with rich con-
solation of His love that you may be
sustained through all this trying scene,
and be able to yield your precious treas-
ure unmurmuringly to Him "who doeth
all things for the best." "What we
know not now we shall know here-
after." May God in his mercy put

arssumd aou H -stgag a.-
this link is f w the beaMI
world, may you all be a there ter
last an unbroken
Do not let us look nto thde rave hr
little Lina ; she is not there; se is
above with the redeemed ; her life hes
just begun. Look up and see her tthe
armsof the blessed Jeeus, who smilingly
says to you: "Suffer the little ehikklr
to come unto me, and forbid them not."
In the spiritual garden you have now a
new interest; your own plant is there;
and the great gardener has Himself un-
dertaken its culture, you may be sure
it shall become a glorious flower. Let
not your hearts be troubled; a heavenly
mansion has received your darling child,
and ere long you shall go to meet her
there, then, if not before, you shall
learn the meaning of those blessed
words, "What I do, thou knowest not
now, but shall know hereafter."
"Oh, lift thine eyes above !
What can a mother's fondest wishes
For her lost darling, like the bliss of
Heaven ?
And thou must go to her !
May the same robe that made her spot-
less in the sight of Heaven.
The costly robe a dying Saviour
Be cast around thee too And when
The ties that bind ye now to earth are
torn and rent,
May every voice that mingled here
In sweet communion 'round your happy
Unite to swell the ceaseless choir of
Heaven. A FRIEND.
When the lungs are sore and in-
flamed, the germs of pneumonia and
consumption find lodgment and mul-
tiply. Foley's Honey and Tar kills
the cough germs, cures the most obsti-
nate racking cough, heals the lungs
and prevents serious results. The
genuine is In the yellow package. Sold
by all druggists.
W. E. Williams a member of the
police force in Tampa, was out on a
camp hunt with a party of gentlemen
from Sanford, when he was thrown
from his horse and instantly killed, his
neck being broken.
Live Oak business men are feeling
good over the fact that acigar factory
is soon to be established there.
Can't tell you in words what the trou-
ble is; but if Its complexion gets
pasty, if it gets weaker and weaker,
loses flesh, and is cross and peevish,
you can be certain that it has worms.
Give it White's Cream Vermifuge,
guaranteed harmless. Expels the
worms and puts the baby in a healthy
normal condition. Sold by Hardee-
Smilth Co., druggists.

J f you want a charming and

useful gift, or an addition to

your mantle or desk---look over

my assortment of gold and silver


They are the newest things

to be had in .this line---handsome

designs, splendid metal work and

reliable timepieces.


latest fad. Come in and see the

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Blundere of the Type.
Wrar since the Introduction of type-
ttting errors, weird or comical, have
emanated from printers' offices. The
tkem are not always to be shoul-
on to the compositor, for bad
handwriting must be taken into ac-
omat. Here are a few instances of
actual blunders collected by a proof-
reader In the course of his daily work:
"His blushing bride" was transform-
ed into "his blustering bride."
A major was stated to have "served
with destruction In the army." The
writer thought he used the word '"dl-
"The Galley I Love" was the descrip-
tion of a picture entitled "The Galley
* Speaking of theatrical folk, a critic
wrote that "nearly all have husbands
or waves The paragraph printed
read "hundreds of wives."
"They sailed for three days around
te cape and finally slaughtered a
@mall Italian" should have been
"*bihted a small island."
One more In conclusion. "He takes
aUight In talking on his family shame"
was a shameful thing to say whob
Ovortte theme'" was meant

A Three Legged Blson.
nla 187 Small Byes, a Blackfoot who
had come down from the north and
joined the Arapahoes and lived with
them, told Black Kettle, a Cheyenne In
Oeorge Bent's lodge, about having
killed, between the Cimarron and
Beaver creek, a tributary of the north
fork of the Canadian, a buffalo bull
whieh had only one hind leg. Accord-
bga to Small Eyes' story, it did not ap-
pear that the bull had lost one of its
hind legs, but rather that It never had
had more than one. The hind leg was
very large, seemed to be in the mid-
die of the body Instead of at one side,
and there was no sign of any missing
leg. It looked as If the two hind legs
which the buffalo ordinarily has had
tin some way fused together.
The war party with which Small
Mree was traveling was passing along
aear a hollow when the bull came up
eat of It, and some of the men ran
ahead, got around It and shot It with
a gun. It was not able to run fast,
but rather hobbled along.-Forest and
Saved by a Photograph.
A very remarkable Incident occurred
a Rio de Janeiro.
A passenger on board one of the
lage liners took a photograph of the
harbor. It Included a small yacht
which had sailed In the morning with
two men in her, but returned in the
evening with one only. The survivor
said his companion had fallen over-
board, but his statement was not be-
lieved. Hle was tried and sentenced to
death. The matter had by this time
come to the ears of the photographer,
who remembered that the picture had
been taken on the day of the "crime"
(or accident) and that the scene em-
braced a yacht. On examining the
print more carefully he noticed a small
speck on the sail and in order to de-
termine what It was had an enlarge-
aent made. It proved to be the figure
et a man falling. It was shown to the
authorities at once, and the condemned
man was released.
Dropsical Oysters.
With a sneer the oyster opener point-
ed to a browniuh smear upon a Saddle
Bock shell.
"Some fool," said he, "has been try-
ing to fatten up a batch of Saddle i
Bocks with cornmeal. You might as
well try to invigorate flowers with
corned beef bash. But It is a common
error to believe that cornmeal or oat-
meal wUl fatten oysters. I continually
find oysters with their shells stained
with those grains. It makes me laugh.
As a matter of fact, there is no such
thing as fattening oysters. All you can
do Is swell them up with water, pr.-

eisely the same as water swells a
sponge. You put them In fresh water,
which, being less dense than the soft
they are accustomed to, by the princi-
ple of osmosis penetrates and distends
teitr tissues--gives them, as you might
may, dropsy. For my part, I don't like
bttened oysteum."-New Orleans Times-
For a Bride's Dowry.
There is a very pretty custom In
some of the northern parts of Europe.
There the white poplar in good soil
,'Btaeses a shilling In value every
yea'. The trees are generally cut down
at the age of twenty years, as they
are then supposed to have attained
their full growth. When a daughter Is
bern In the family of a well to do
warmer the father as soon as the sea-
m permits plants a thousand young
Wim, and these are to constitute the
dewry of the male "which grow as
de grows and tIncreases In height and
vees a bher virtues and beauty In-
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Alphabet of the Playhoeees
"We keep learning things all the
tme," said an Infrequent theater oer.
"I stopped In front of a theater the
other day to buy a ticket of a speeu-
lator, and I asked him If he bad a good
single near the front.
"'Here's one In 0,' he said, 'thir-
teenth row, third seat from the aisle.'
"Now, you know, I don't carry the
relative positions of the letters of the
alphabet in my mind all the time. I
have to work for a living and have
other things to think of. But It struck
me that 0 must be farther down tbh
line than thirteen, and so I Just coa,"
ed up the letters on my finger tlp4am6
I made 0 come fifteenth, and I OMd s
to the ticket man, but that didn't wor-
ry him any.
There's no A In this theater,' lie
said, 'and there's no I In any orches-
tra In town.'
"And, having my finger tip figuring
thus handily knocked out, I bought the
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Seats Respect fr Old-Tm NWe.

Daym 0, O.-A story of the old slav-
ery love of the white Southerner
for FtMMAro servant, was brought to
litgt yesterday, when Mrs. T. K Brin-
I, of Louisville, came to this city to
=ume tha body of Richard Wallace
an aged nero, who died at the soldiers
home a few weeks ago. for the prpoe
of shipping it to Lousville, where it
will be interred beside that of herl
father, the late William K. Thomas.
Before the war broke out, the negro
was a lave on the plantation of Mrs.
Thomas, but he joined the Union army. ,
and was emptured and made prisoner
of war, ad confined in a Southern
prison ov-r which Mr. Thomas had
emmanWded. -*Mr. Thomas effected his
rmleue as soom as he learned of hi im-
prsolment, and for many. years until'
r. Thomadied, Wallace was his body
serant, and the two were devoted

City An o1 cments.

icIket. --W aanington iost. -
SIt usual feeof 8l.O i advance for Announce-
The Surprise of Slivnitsa. I anmde this has
"I have never quite made out," says FOR TAX OLLOECTOR.
a writer in "Near East." "why the The sient Cty Tax Collector having pub-
plain of Slivfits has come to be ret WJd notagain enterthe
plain of SIIvnltsa has come to be re- conteat for City [.adt I take this occasion
guarded as the scene of one of the great to nnonce to my ad=ds t fe ithe ofiTal-
decisive battles of the world's his- Tx t the ityDemocrati
tory. It did not even decide the Servo- Primary, and do idt port of all white
Bulgarian war in 1885. That was de- lDemo e eits e l t issem rto
cided by Austria intervention. The omice*if e I lsretod
battle of Slivnitsa is really only re- Very maI H. MICKLXa.
markable for the comical fact that
both sides thought they were defeated, T the D 'sse: i Ve s of the CRtY o T -
and while Milan of Servia was hurry- Havins deMIf a therMemiatheeIoadm.
Ing home In confusion Alexander of City Demnoeratic serev on. I^ ake
the sanount request my
Bulgaria galloped all the way back to friends and theo a
his capital before he learned that the their support, l ttonmakteyoueth
and elfficient Cityi et. If you will elect
tide had turned. Nowadays the vim- me to the position.
lage looks sleepy enough, poor and very r eetief J. PmiLfrs.
dirty, like most Bulgarian villages, but
almost gay when the sun shines upon -d
its red roofs." For Sa -A Bargain!
Fcw Uler;--A

Harsh Music.
The politician caught with the goods
was counseled by his friends to stay
and face the music.
For an instant he listened to the
clamor of denunciation.
"Great Scott," he exclaimed impa-

tiently, "do you call that music?"
A moment later he was out of hear-
ing.-Philadelphia Ledger.
How Rows Begin.
"Hubby, I dreamed last night that
you didn't love me."
"How foolish you arel"
"Foolish, am I? As If I could help
what I dream about"
And the fracas was on.-Loulsvllle

What Kept Him.
"Why couldn't you have come home
at a reasonable hour?" remarked an
angry wife to her spouse.
"Could, m'dsar, Jes easy as not, but
I-hie-was waltin' for you t' got
sleepp" replied the delinquent.

0een Gets Over It.
"What is the ho-ey-ooia, pa?'
"Wel% the boaft the am
period In a man's tls durtag whibh he
considers it funay to eemo bIoa auA
Sad that his dear Uttme wta b aft

adler ready In tiUae.

The 200 acre place of
James Moody, on Lake
Munson. Extra good
Tobpceo land-well wat-
ered and well timbered.
Splendid mill site. For
price and particulars,
call on or address

jam. G. Collin.

T"e Dem rmt 06c..
llhty CeCer with ionew.
When you a that kMnd of a weather
foreoaat you know that rbeUMtm
weather sla at hbanud. Get ready for It
saw by gettn a bottle of DBllmad'
aow Ltimeat isnent thing made
for rhemmaaItm, chIlb)alG, frot bite,
sore ad ai jiant s ad moo all
ahes and SM. MaEd S 1.0
bottle. Hard, it Co. ar. tst..
SIM. ^.cJt^^W^^

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i-erg I flnrte lI
We can give you some low fures on
flooring a we have a large quantity we
wish to move. Get our flure before
Purchasing. Child Bros. 46

Lumber! Lumber!

SI can furnish all

kinds of rough Lum-

ber on short notice.

Special prices on

Carload lots.

W. A. Register,
Woodville, Fla.

School Books.

All the



Erastus W. Clark's.


One National Cash Reg-
ister, 6 Drawer Base.
Used less than one year.
In perfect condition.
Change in store system
cause for selling. A bar-
gain for some one.
Yacgcr-W Co.

Jeff. D. Perrell,

Geernal RepAr Sp
Hone Shoeing by an ex-
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The Crisis is]Past
The Situaion is clearing
The Cure is in Work.




The House that wants
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,0ng for one week we will put on sale

f at very special prices, a big lot < f fashionable fall Dress Goods and


No old styles, but all fresh seasonable goods.

This is an un-

usual opportunity to supply all your wants in these lines at remark-

ably low prices.

Remember the sale lasts for one week only.

Wool Batistes 49c.

6 pieces 50 inch Wool Batistes, Black,
Cream, Navy, Copenhagen, Blue, Brown
and Liht Gray. Regular price Oc
65c. Sale price per yd -

Broadcloths, 59c.

Five pieces all Wool Broadcloth, 54 inches
wide, Black, Navy, Garnet, Oxford
Gray and Brown. Regular price r
89c. Sale price, per yd a59

Serge Sultings, 75c.
42 inch all Wool striped Serge Suitings,
Garnet, Green and Navy. Regu- 7~
lar price $1. Sale price, per yd

Shepherd Plaid Mohairs, 69c.
44 inch Black and White Shepherd Plaid
L Mohairs. Regular price $1.00. f9c
Sale price 9

Plaid Stags, 49c.
Two pieces all Wool Serge Suitings, Gray
Ground Black Plaids, 42 in. wide. A,
Regular price $1. Sale price, yd "49

Chiffon Panamas, 75c

42 inch, all Wool Chiffon Panama,
and Navy. Regular price 89c.
Sale price -


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Wool Taffeta 75c.
38 inch all Wool Black Tafetta. Reg- 75C
ular price 89c. Sale price per yd

Wasting Flannels, 18c
Four pieces all Wool Waisting Flannel,
plain colors-Navy, Light Gray, Brown
and Green, 25 inches wide, regular It
price 25c. Sale price per yd 1

iffon Vole, 75c.
All Wool Chiffon Voile, 38 inches wide,
Black and Navy. Regular price
89c. Sale price per yd. 75

P d Dress Goods, t8c.
About 'twenty-five pieces fancy Plaid
RDress Goods, beautiful line of patterns,
136 inches wide. Regular price
8536c. Sale price J



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Our stock of Silk embraces the
very latest and most wanted


Below we name

just a few [of the special val-
ueslyou will find here : :

Liberty'Satin, 98c.
361 inch Black"Liberty Satin,v beautiful
quality. Regular price $1.25. 9Oc
Sale price 78

Guaranteed Taffeta, 98c.
36 inch! BlackIChiffon'Taffeta, 'everya-r
guaranteed. Regular price $1.25.
ale' price 9

BlackiTaffeta, 79c.
35 inch Black Chifion Taffeta. Regu- 79c
lar price $1. Sale price, per yd
Messaline Silk, 75c.
Several 15 yard patterns of the very popu-
lar Messaline Silk, Navy, Light Blue,
White, pink and Brown. Regular
price 89c. Sale price, per yd 75

Plaid Silks, 39c.
Fancy Plaid Taffeta Silks, 18 inches
Regular price 69 cents. Sale
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Now Offers Two

Magnificent $350 Pianos.

1st Choice to Lady receiving the Largest vote.
2nd Choice to the Lady receiving next highest.


1st Choice

Is one of the best sold by the Jesse French Piano Co., of Montomery.
Ala., whose advertisement appears in this paper. It is a full 71
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding board, protected
pins ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, etc., etc. andhas a sup
finished mahogany case. Its net (not list) value is $850.00. ti a
beauty to see, a melodious charm to hear Go see it at
2nd Choice
Is one of the best sold by the Boeton Piano & Music Co. of lowo Ofi,
Iowa. Cote, C 28. This Piano is 4 ft. 9 in. high; 5 ft. 2 in. long. It
is built with the best material and by the best workmen that the
country can produce. Tone, its sympathetic quality, depth and re-
finement, are characteristic of the Cote tone. Finished in Mahogany,
with the Cote high quality and polished after the most approved
methods. It too is a beauty.
It is our desire to close contest with issue of December 18, so as to
award prize Christmas day, provided however that the vote will war-
rent us in doing so on that day.
After your name has been entered, which can be done at any time
during contest by placing name accompanied by coupons to the amount
of 100 votes in any one of the ballot boxes as follows: Capital City
Pharmacy, Holmes Drug Company, P. T. Nicholson's Jewelry Store
and at the office of The Weekly True Democrat. Vote your coupons
weekly, those cliped from the paper, subscription coupons and tboe=
received from the merchants herein stated who issue coupons on all
cash purchases from them.
We, the undersigned Merchants of Tallahassee, Florida, hereby
agree to give coupons to cash customers good tor votes on the True
Democrat Piano Contest, in which the True Democrat is to give away
two Pianos, as a First and Second Prize, the basis for voting to be
one hundred votes for each dollar traded with us:

Dealers in HARDWARE.
Drugs, Stationery and Toilet China, Glass and Granite War.
Will give one vote for every Will ive one vote for every
cent paid for articles purchased cent pait for merchandise pur.
from them. chased from them.

Gold, Silver and Cut Glass. oo t Shoes Hats.
Mes's FPunshlbgs. Merchant Tallrien.
Will give 'one vote for every i 've ne voe for ee '
cent paid for articles purchased Will give one vote for evei
from him. cent pad them for merchandise.


Grocers, Confectioners, Bakers. Fine Furniture a Specalty.
Will give one vote for every
Will give votes on every dollar cent paid on any article purchased
paid them for merchandise. from him.

J. D. C A Y In every Issue of The True D-emcrat
will appear a voting coupon sood for five
V h s a &id hmIe ote v to be-oatfort ,ladyfayourebocl.
--' For ny panid-in-edv ae subseriptioan,
.... oupons will be issued as follow:
Will give one vote for every Onepyer w 100eVoto.
cent paid for articles purchased six month. O~ votes
from him. Thra months 2v otes

Votes will be counted at 5 p. m. on the day before publication
each week, the seal of the box being broken and the count made by 3
disinterested parties, different people being asked to serve each week.
They will attest the correctness of the count.
1. No employee, attached or relative of the proprietors of the
above named firms are eligible to participate in this contest, and will
participate in no manner.
2. In the event of a misunderstanding between candidates or
others interested in this contest, such controversy may be referred to
the conductors of the contest, who alone are the persons qualified to
reader decisions.
3. In the event a candidate decides to withdraw from the race,
such ,.dklete will not be allowed to transfer votes to the credit of
another candidate in the contest.

Do it Now and then Repeat!

See Coupon Elsewhere.

.. *.^ Pepelr O iL
The daler held p t"wo aeiat
era. TLnhe were of eal t ieu, tam$ amo
was aIk and dun ts bee, the ether
bea1ltnlly pink and tra ieammt. 'emM
"The dark one." he ea, "Is worth tit
seedt the pink one Is worth 4Omo th
That &I what makes coral o peo~lar.
It s=1 aLpocketbod. AU ovemsr t
world itg. These strtenos f rof h e S
macmt beads are for the dead of MladM. the
T% are put round the necks of the d*
bodies about to be burned in the ghats
These large and blood red beads go
to Africa. They are much lik
the natives, whose dark smk
perfectly suit. Here are a lot
hands with fingers extended O
the gesture that wards off
The coral hands are forA, where A
the belief In their Is wide- ledo Oh
spread."-Buffalo I Sold bi

He Wool Return.
Marlow was thee years old. One
day his mother said to him, "Now,
Marlow, yop may g9 outdoors to play
for awhile, but if I see you crossing
the street to play with that naughty
little boy Willie Burr again I'll give
you a hard, hard spanking."
Half an hour later the mother looked
out after bher boy and saw him playing
with Willie Burr. She raised the win-
dow and called with forced gentleness:
"Marlow, come here to me!"
Marlow came, but as he did so be
turned to his companion and said:
"You stay wight here, Willie. I'm
doin' in to det spanked. I'll be wight

Catching Rats.
The best way to catch rats is to put
any animal substance, well perfumed
with oil of rhodium, Into a trap. This
Induces them to enter readily and even
draws them from a considerable dis-
tance, as they are extremely partial to
this oil. An ounce of oil of rhodium
will cost you 50 cents. Catnip to a cat
Is nothing like rhodium to a rat. Oil
of rbodium Is made from a species of
bindweed and is used in perfumery.-
New York Press.
The Wrong Shoulder.
In a timber yard two workmen were
carrying a large piece of wood when
the manager, who happened to come
up at the time, accosted one of them.
"Joe," said he, "you've got that batten
upon the wrong shoulder."
"I know that," was the ready reply.
*It should be upon yours!"-London
Extending Zone.
"Teacher ila," exclaimed the preco-
cious child, "that we live In the tem-
perate son."
"Te," answered Colonel Stilwell.
Mead If these Prolibitionists keep go-
t It'll be worse than that."-Wash-
tnston tar.
Worrying is one of the greatest
sawbacks to happiness. Most of it
01ma be avoided If we only determine
Slto let tries annoy us, for the
Samount of worrying is caused
by the smallest trifles.

"Had dyspepeia' or indigestion for
years. No appetite, and what I did eat
distressed me terribly. Burdock
Blood Bitters qared me."-J. H. Wal-
ker, Sunbury, OiMo.


acts enY fect p pty

the Senue Ctu
habitual constipation
Sermanent l, 0 y stimu-
la g the di t or so they


If you sager from constipation and
River trouble Poley's Oriao Laxative-
will care you permanently by stima*
latiag the digeetive organs so they
will act naturally. Foley's Orlno Lax-
stive does mot grtpels pleasant to take
and you do net tamv to tae laxatlvee
eosntinally after taxi- Ore. -Whys
continue to be tdiJlA and
tablets? Sold
^^n** *3HBSSM~w

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F "


I popw have Uve so -o
m euatlve owe-tht thy
* undred Doeiar for em
faib to ere. Send frist of
= F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
v allU drrsts.75c. Aug. 16-tf.

Parties holding receipts for tobacco
stored with me will please call and ex-
change them for the proper receipts for
filing at bank. A. WANmSH.
Excellent Health Advloe
Mrs. M. M. Davison, of No. 379 Git.
ford Ave., San Jose, Cal., says: "The
worth of Electric Bitters as a general

family remedy, for headache, billous-
ness and torpor of the liver and bow-
els Is so pronounced that I am prompt.
ed to say a word In its favor, for the
benefit of those seeking relief from
afflictions. There Is more health for
the digestive organs in a bottle of
Electric Bitters than in any other rem.
edy I know of." Sold under guarantee
at all drug stores. 500.
chafch metdes.
Treaty M. .L Church. South. L 8. Psatmne
PMtr.- r Sunda t U s. m. and JO p. m.
Juatler pwth Leaaga 8.0 p. m ealo-orp
worth Lear, 4.00 p. m. All members reaestad
to attend. The public ad stnrgere speelly mn-
vitad vto wvulrhi with uon.
Presbyterian Church. ReT. Wma. H. Zegr. Po.f-
tor.-BRectar m ies at 11 o'd elk a. a., aU d at
e'e o'clock p. 8L Sabteth aehool at 9o0 a. m.
Mldwek Mervi- on Wedasday eenia at 7:0
. m.
Fint Bptist Church Rev. J. B. Pruett. Pastor.
Service: Suda at 11a. i. and 70p. m.; Bible
sehoeeotL a. m.;Junlor B. Y. P. U.4 o'clock p. m.;
Seder B. T. P. U.. PFridayat Sp. m.;Pr erad
Praise mrvieo Wedneday evening at 70 p: Lm.
Everybody welcome.
St. Johna's toeopal Churh: Rev. Samuel Mo-
ram. Rector. Early o-l=raton----ndaysand Holy
Daym 7:0 a. m. Morning pnra aid sermon 11
a. m., Evening prayer and msermna 7:0 p..a. Fri-
day evenmn 730 evemins paynr sad lecture. Re.
haMal of chair Friday nisht aftor servi e. Sun.
day school at 10 a. m.
Christian Sclence.--Serviesara heMlevery Sun-
day at 11 o'clock a. m. and Wedneday evaing at
8 o'clock p. n., :t the front roman, ameond story. of
thebu ldifMsof the postoflem This room is
also ued as a Christian Science reading room.
and in open daily except Sundays and Frda
afternoons, between the hours of 10 ad 1 o'clock
a. m. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All are cordially
invited. The Sunday School is held Sunday morn-
ins from 10 to 10:46.
Catholic Church-Rev. Fathers Bresnahan and
Buekley prists in charge. Services every Sun-
day at 10 a. m. Mam during the week at 6:46 a. m.

For Chronic Diarrhoea.
"While in the army in 1863 I was
taken with chronic diarrhoea," says
George M. Felton of South Gibson, Pa.
"I have since tried many remedies but
without any permanent relief, until
Mr. A. W. Miles, of this place, per-
suaded me to try Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarhoea Remedy, one
bottle of which stopped it at once."
For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.

For Sale I

A few small farms. improved
and unimproved, in good locali-

ties. Apply to


Lloyd, Florida.

Mrs. H. Pope,

W. D. Pratorlas.
Out of town order s re.
elvres prompt attention.
Day or Night.
'lieeased Embalmer.
Mf'PbeAJOlog. R,. a'POe. I

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FlUq Goods--


KISS Ade eGMr4d

140 N. Roore St.



Merchant Tailor.

ah g- -aa fa


MA"e Them NOW.

Abeo Cms0 and PittA f



Pressing Cloth a Specialty.


Tinning, Plumbing j

Sheet-Metal Work

All work

in the line of

Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. .

Plumbing a Specialty.

Phone 41 or see


'for all kinds of



Dirt Work

of any kind,


Good Teams for Pleasure


A cup of WW bMeonrwsee Labe
ph" am Iis Caff
is what fgoes sraiht tothe ear~t od
overy -at breakfasdmttme ad eway
mebwsodt =IFt@oipeswoon km-.
good gebs.We take.Mpeual heb
ow bramie, "ar tboohwas& -
mom o&Just as Wsea domi
hee we #A anto w TA Mpbhf
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If ft = GCommunity silver
oseproidowel for the future.
-o dis rble plaes. heavies than triple..
moss. about qa 4raser of a eealurw of 90
*of glee. It )me the .twr1 and eppearance. of
weramd- Aks. .to.9"
fad vales" domdgas. Not Gape @-'@a

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






Will Operate a Library for Bnelt of
the Readintg Pblic.
I have the pleasure of announcing
that the "Woodmenof the World" have
established in connection with their
camp in Tallahassee a library and read-
Ing room, where good, wholesome liter-
ature will be found at all times. Also
various games and other kind of amuse-
moents for the pleasure of those who
may visit the library. This library is
conducted under the auspices of the
Woodmen of the World for the benefit
of its members, and the membership is
free. All we ask the members is to
help furnish literature. Commencing
November 18th the library will be open
ao Monday, Tueys, Thuradays and
Friday from 6 to 10 o'clock p. m., and
from 7:380 a. m. to 10 p. m. on Sundays
and all sovereigns are cordially invited
to come and brain their friends and
while away the hours with us. All the
comforts of your fireside await you.
Alo plenty of amusement will beo furn-
isheda "You are as welcome as the
Flowers of May." So don't disappoint
us. Give us a call today.
Prate sally yours,
J. A. McKmGHT.
Sprains, swelliega and laImenelet
promptly relieved by Chamberlain's
Unlment. This liniment reduces tn.
flanmation and soreness so that a
rain may be cured in about one.
third the time required by the usual
treatment. -5 and 50 cent asies for
sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
Mr. J. E. Rose. wife of the State
k was quite Aeverely burned on
head a f dew alaie while ex-
uph f etheeloth eofaeh d hich
M- t on ra from a= open grate.
Mr. I. J. PhiNips bagged three wild
turkeys lst Saturday.
A Taia e-- fisbrmanm caaht give
bdred poaft of trout n red fah at
St. Marks thin x day, all with rod
sad .
UP 0 Gi a Winthrop went to Jack.
I i week to stand his medical
e torgotee t State of
.M D. taking
t some

I^BS^C.'~~~ ^* S T S

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.. w for

I Will cure any of Kidney or Bladder Disease not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more.

Cures Ba
Do not risl
B.riht's I
or Dial

A gruupof 40 real Indiana, edseated by the American Government, and organized into a magnificent Band, will rer.-
der the first of the Lyceum Atfrtction- for the yar 1908-09.
This attraction is the highest priced one of theieries. Reserved aeat tickets will cost almost as much as a whole
season ticket, which is only $.00, consequently it will be greatly to one's advantage to buy a season ticket and thus oL-
tan admission to the ce four high-class attractions. Don't fail to hear this famous Indian Band.

J eator Leagee 3ealUtles.
Our dear little comrade. LUa Gwynn,
is dead. On Thurday night, November
Wth. 10. Iher sweet spirit took its flight
to the happy land beyond the stars.
. She was b eran i T ahassed thirteen
years ao, and has been a member df
the League for two Yora. Her reato,
dy aetatre mad her beloved by %U.
I her life she wasass modeststhe
Ia pre aa the ily, and as
rIh adt a~~~the violet.
Her pN &aUemdanca on Oa faeet-
he work f orm 4her k md-
her to te ebers e
wItr efsbythe

we know that she will dwell forever in
heaven, and we will try to so live as to
meet her there.
3. That our hearts greive in sympa-
thy for her mother and father waters
and brothers, and we pray at our
Heavenly Father will comfort and sus-
tain them in this great afflietism.
. 4. That these resolutions be espies
in oar record book, also sent to Mr, nd
Mrs. C. B. Gwynn, to the FlordsChri-
tian Advocate and The True Democrat
for publication. AzALU M OK ,
'*.EA CAmNAt ,
Woman Interrupts PelltiseiSoIeker.
A well dressed woman iaterrupted a
political apeoer reosatly by oi
ai& whi....*miat,


Play be Stepped Naay Neaths en Ac.
coast of Sabterrasean Lake.
New Orleans, Nov. 7.-A report has
reached here from Colon, Panama, that
a subterranean lake was found under
the site of one of the big locks of the
Panama Canal at Gatum, aad -will re-
suit in a delay of several years in com.
pleting the canal and a much large out-
lay o money than at first was contem-
According to this report the discov-
ery of the lake has been kept secret.
Bigineer. who are said to know of the
iV defined to discuss the matter
daiba tshec ae of Oolonel GoethalJ.
S in w the United ta&ts.

ckacbh Notice of Application for Tax Deed,
Given in Accordance with Sections
Cts I 574 and 575 of General Statutes of the
cities State of Florida.
k having Gywnn, purehaer of tax certificate number-
Disease ed 0 dated the sixth day of August. A. D. 1
ha filed said certificate in my office and made ap-
bt plication for tax deed to issue in accordance with
betes law. Said certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property, situatmein Leon county, state of
Florida. to-wit: Lot numbered five. 6. of block
three. 3. in Vilta M'tchell. in sections one and two
in township one. 1, south of range one. 1, west, %
of an acre. also lot numbered five. 6. of block
twenty. 20, in Villa Mitchell. in sections one and
two. in township one. I, south of range one. 1.
west, 4 of an acre, as per plot filed in the office of
i the clerk of the circuit court, contains % acre
more or lens.
SThe said land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of said certificate in the name of Ella B.
With, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
S........ :. the 17th day of November. A. D. 1908.
Witness my official signature and seal this the
16th day of October. 190&t.
(IsAL) HPNat T. FzLKzL.
34-5t clerk circuit oourt. Leon county, vla-

Sherit's Sale.
J to me directed. issued out of the Second Circuit
Court of Florida, in and for Loon county, I will ex-
pose to sale at public vendue on Monaay. the 7th
day of December, A. D. 1908. at the hour of 1
o'clock noon of said day. at the court house door.
n the City of Tallahassee. county of Leon. State
of Florida. one lot of bottles containing druas, one
type writer, two pair small scales, one refrigera-
tor, one iceeream stand, twocasese Snow Imported
Milk. one lot of sponges, three icecream freesers.
one lot of Patented Mcdicines. and other articles
in stock, eied as the property of R. W. Cobb
.Dru Co.. sad taken in execution at the suit of
C. W. Bartleson Co., a corporation, etc.
3e-st Sherff Leon Co., Fla.
In the Circuit Court for Leon County,
Florida.-In Chancery.
John R. Saulsbury
Anna Saulsbury et al.
VY pear by the affidavit of JohnL. Neeley. at-
i tourney for the eomplainant in the above entitled
' cause. that Joseph L. Ormond John Chairm and
Mrs. Carrie Chaee. llis are defendants in aid
caue. that each of them i ove the asot twen-
ty-one year, and that each of them a a resident
of a State other than the State of Florida, but
that th plaee of residence and posteslle address
of each of the Mid named defeadanta are us.
known; and then nso epsrm aIn the State of
Florida the orrvice of asuoma upon whom
would bind these said de or either of
them. Therefore it is ordered that the Mid do-
fendants. Joseph E. Ormnood. John Chairs and
Mr. CarrieChaires Ellldo appearto the bill of
complaint filed in mid msean on the 7th day of ae-
cember. A. D. 1908. and to plead, answer or do-
mur thereto
It is further ordered that this order be pub.
lisdd in The Weekly True Demoerat, a newp.
per published in the city of Tallahasee I the
county of Leo,. in the State of rids. aseOmN b
week for eight eonsecutive week".
i m my hand and thesealat e a ideeurtas
Tlhoames, j dthis 3 e day Septamber.
A. D. 10M.
S 1-1l H Y HMaENR T. LKL
M-w Clerk Circuit Court. Lmoa eemty. V
With the changes in fashion of hats
and garments, come changes in the
fashion of rings, brooches, braelets
and aeckchales. H. N. Swotlm eam
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Rotation of Crops For Controlling
Them In Cotton Growing.
By W A. ORTON. Bureau of Plant In-
dustry, Washlngton
A rotation of crnips imsit 'l worked
out in detaii' fir e 'h fi rnri to fit its
particular needs. The ezssentinal rinrel
ples' to he olserveil are as follows
Firn t --t.To use cr psr tlinnn te o r'.)t
knot in order to st:irve out the pest

anowea 07 erto Sgri or winter wes
or rye followed by Iro ecowpsea, but
not all the nematode are deroyed.
However, it is much mone profitable tin
the long run to praetlee a three year
rotation Uke that previsnty dmeribed.

Moot Profitable Way to Ped Thil
Valuable Ratien.
Perhaps there is more benelt derived
from silage by feeding It to milk cows
than by feeding It to any other kind
of stock. At any rate, It sla used more
and thought more of by dairymen than
by any other .lass of farmers.
Cows should never be fed exclusively
on silage. They need some dry forage
to go with It; they need a variety. Be-
sides this, corn ullage Is a carbona-
ceous food and needs some more nitrog-
enous food to go with It to make a
well balanced ration. About thirty
or at most forty pounds a day of
allnge Is as much as should Iw fed to
each cow. It should he fed from the
top of the allo, taking off nbout two
inches In depth from the entire sur-
face each day. for if It is long exposed
to the air It will be damaged. If the
feeding commences Immediately after
filling the silo-and this 1W a food way
to do It-there will be mn damaged
silage at all. Care should bI taken at
each time of feeding to leay the sur-
face smooth and even and 0t0 pick and
stir It up with the fork, ftf'dat will
let in the air and cause damage.
My way is to feed the as ration
In two feeds, both night ant fIorning,
and It is better to feed after 'iflking.
because the peculiar odor of theallage
might affect the flavor of the amlk.
Cows as well as other stock have a
wonderful liking for allage and I be.
lieve much of the success In feeding tt
can be attributed to, ts palatablitty.
They even prefer It, to a certain ex-

BOOT r NOT ox N TON PLATrr. tent at least, to fresh cut forage 1o
Second.-To build up the fertility of good grass In the pasture. I have seea
the soil and especially to Increase the cows in June when on good pasturr
amount of organic matter or humus. which had been fed silage every day
Thtrd.-To secure an adequate In- come to the gate at 4 o'clock in the
come during each year of the rotation. afternoon and bellow and ask to come
Fourth.-To keep the land free from to the barn and get silage, which they
weeds that are liable to root knot. would eat greedily and apparently
A list of the crops not liable to root with great relish. I have seen the ex-
knot which can be used In such rota periment tried of offering the cows at
tons follows: Corn, winter oats, rye. the same time corn cut fresh from the
wheat, crab grass. Iron cowpea, velvet fields and silage that was put up the
beau., peanut, beggarweed. year before. Every cow chose the
Some of the crops susceptible to neni- silage and ate that first. It is true
atodes and therefore to be avoided in these cows had been fed silage every
rotations for root knot are cowpeas day all summer, and It may be the
(except Iron), alfalfa, vetch, soy teans, habit of eating sllage had some
clover, sugar cane, tomatoes, okra, cu- to fto with their preferring It, but'tqy
cumbers, cantaloupes, watermelons, surely would not have done It if silage
celery, beans, sweet potatoes, tobacco, had not been pretty good feed.
potatoes, peaches. tigs, mulberries. The There is a better and cheaper feed
Iron cowpea Is or'asionally slightly af- to supplement short pastures, which
fected In Florida, but Is practically Im- we are almost sure to have every sum-
mune In the cotton belt. Seed of the mer on account of drought or other
Iron cowpea containing admixtures of causes, than goodl silage. I know some
other kinds Is dangerous and should be of the most successful dairymen In the
avoided. country who feed silage every day in
Bermuda grass, chufas and summer the year, winter as well as summer.
eats are slightly susceptible, but prob- The Busy Bee.
ably can be used In rotation when root There are 300,000 beekeepers in this
knot is only slightly prevalent. Many country and an annual production of
weeds are also to be avoided because honey to the value of $15.000.000.
subject to root knot. The commoner of Leave all colonies in the best condi-
these are maypop, Indian potato, saw tion possible for winter.
brier, red root or pigweed (amaran- Don't run the comb honey superb on
thus, and purslane. weak stocks; It won't work.
The following treatment Is suggested Keep the hire covers well painted.
for fields Infected with both wilt and The body of the hive needs only a little
root knot: paint. White is the proper color.
Beginning in the fall, sow winter In localities where aster, goldenrod
eats. These may be cut for hay in and other fall blooms abound It Is well
May or allowed to ripen. Follow the I to look for surplus even In September.
oats with Iron cowpeas, sown broad- Don't keep the honey on hand too
cast or, better, in drills, where they long, as it will not bring more than It
oan be cultivated once or twice. Cut will during the next few weeks.
these peas for hay and plow the land at
once for another crop of winter grain. A can of carriage paint will not cost

tcG ooUMx rP DLA T Mn rabaM Vwar.
This may be succeeded by corn, with
Iro eowpeas or peanuts between the
rows. The third year a wilt resistant
variety of cotton may be planted.
Wheat or rye may be subetttaed for
eats and the velvet bean for the Irom
eewpea, especially In the am*s south-
-s diestW
VOean@wsoe rese1 it efto obtasad
by a lMie rear's ratsus w"th aen

much, but It will make the buggy look
better, and you can put it on yourself.
The Chinese Hoe.
The ohinese farmer stands second to
none in all the world. This is all the
more remarkable since he has really so
few Implements with which to work
the marvels he produces. His only im-
plements are the hoe. the plow and the
harrow. Beyond these the Chinese
farmer never dreams of desiring any
other. The first of these tools seems
never to be out of his hands, for It is
the one upon which he relies the most
and is his most effective implement. It
really takes the place of the spade In
England, though the latter is never put
to such extensive and general uses as
the hoe. The Chinaman can do any-
thing with It but make It speak. A
farmer well on in years can easily be
recognized amidst a number of work-
ingmen by the curve his hands have
taken from holding the bhoe n the
many years of toll In bi fields. With
It, If he is a poor man and has no ox0e
to plow the ground, be turns up the
soll where ih Is going to plant blh
erops, and with It he deftly andwithb
a'tu of hbI writ levels out the ear-
aeee sm t It is ta e ready for the
eed. With a broad bWedho hoe dipo
to the bottom of a streb of a ea ,.
&rawe up the S t "md that s w -
erS thee maa, with a a-N--
W ams mw


To aB Teg by paisjM Al..

The .Uojwing I4t o I
the wAlfated Pr l. Tfg Im6=
refwrrd to Is a warm, per-aal frisad
of th present editor of The TnM
Analeton, Ala., Nov. 4.-W. EH. Lta,
of tale place, is to tart on his third
trip around the world, the following
being his Itinerary: -
Leaving New fork NcveombeB
will go direct to uaderta. Ai
he wtH catch a steamer
London to Cape Tot., Soip
From Cape Town he will to
the different places o,% mLjt, taking
in the great falls of j lui] river,
which rival NI agg P1e elra Mr.
Zlnn will Pall fr 'there back to the
east coast of A *a touching at Zan-
zibar and Mnmboa.. prom the latter
place he will go over the wonderful
igand& railway to Lake Victoria,
which is the source of the Nile.
On returning to Momboza he will
go to Bombay. Colombo. Ringapore,
Hong Kong. Shanghai and Port Ar.
thur. so as to travel by the Siborian
railroad. On his return to this country
he will have completed his third trip
around the world during the peat ten
years. It Is his Intention to reach
home again during the month of June.

Chalres Prsemal and Locals
Chaires. Nov. 10.-We have been
feasting on good things here In a spir-
Itual sense and, as this is the highest
good that can come to us, we will tell
of It first.
itev. J. Edgar Wilson came out from
Tallahassee Friday afternoon and gave
us a good sermon In the evening.
Saturday morning a good crowd was
present to hear his Interesting dis-
After dinner, which was served on
the grounds, the Quarterly Conference
was held, and this is always Interest-
Ing, as the members of the church are
thereby Informed as to its finances.
Sunday morning dawned bright an4
beautiful. The large congregation
which gathered seemed to have at
tuned their spirits to accord with the
preacher. Good n-unic was furnished
and all this inspired him to deliver
his able discourse.
Again in the evening he had much
liberty in giving us his sermon upon
"Sowing and Reaping." This was fol-
lowed by a very touching and beauti-
ful service, as this was possibly his
last visit to us. or probably in a long
time, and we believe that much good
will come to our church by this ser-
vice alone It touched many hearts.
Mr. Wilson has endeLred himself to us
In a peculiar way during his four
years among us as our Presiding Elder.
By his executive ability he has built
up this district marvelously. He al-
ways comes to us filled with the spirit
which enables him to clearly expound
the Scriptures, and together with his
personal magnetism, Is there any won-
der that he brings things to pass?
Sometimes there crosses our path In
life those with whom it is hard to
part. And Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are
among those, but we truly hope they
may come our way again at no far
distant day.
Rev. Mr. Wilson was the guest of
Rev. T. E. Mickler while here.
Miss Georgia Felkel has been the
guest of Mrs. Snipea since the 2d. She
win return to Centerville Thursday
for a while, sad then visit Mrs. A. E.
Householder la Quiney.
Mrs. J. 0. Pearse and daughter, Lil-
Ilan. spent Prfday night at Mrs.
Snipes' with her aunt, Miss Georgia.
Mrs. Milr and )1rs. Jim Willie
were guests of their brother and uncle,
Mr. C. E. Smith, Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Powell also visited her
father, Mr. Smith, Saturday-and Sun-
day. She was accompanied by Mrs.
Fleming. Their husbands came for
them Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Switzer, of Centerville,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Johnson Saturday. Mr. S. returned
home that day, but Mrs. Smith re-
mained until Monday, when her
brother took her home.
Dr. Yarborough and Mr. and Mrs.
Hutto. of Mileeoakle, also visited the
Quarterly meeting Saturday.
Mrs. Wi. Roberts. of Centervillle.
and Mrs. Dr. Stukes. of Lloyds, were
the guests of Mrs. Snipes for the ser-
vices Saturday.
Miass Maryi Woodbury came over
from Uoyd friday, and remained
with her parents uUtil Monday morn-
Dr. Pasco is expected this evening
to make Rev. Mr. Mickler a visit.
Mrs. T. Z. Chaires, with her sister.
Amanda Patterson, have gone to their
home at Moseley Hall for the former to
Mr. Wallace Bolen and Miss Lena
Miller came from LJoyds Saturday
night on the train, but Miss Lena re-
turned. Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. C. T. Hancock and sos, TOr,
Mr. English and Supt. Eppes with Mr.
Arthur Spiller and Mr. air'le Perklas
of Tallahassa. were all gueats in
Chalra Meamay afteraon.
We are truIly arry Mr. Collins has
sold out 4*s N in s a see k
goodman, UiNh will
peve as we deust
think, would lay e* r;
sad Mr. aeat a
ps. mu,"s.
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and ilays FeverbhnemS. It ere Diam rtwa Wind
ColIe. It reNeves Teething Trebhs ew ~nes pationa
and Flatul.ncy It aslmilates tlm F"oQd ree the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
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In Use For Over 30 Years.

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ausix MES3v1vAL sums.

Pttnfrg Steel MtI s IeUne-e al-
Rad Sheop WeWlM ag il M uata
of N .
New York-Fulfilling Taft's promise
of good times, manutaetures are pre-
paring a thorough Industrial revival.
The Pittsburg Steel Mills are to re-
sume Immediately. Shoe teactorlis In
the Mastern States are to rua full
time. Railroads, for the rt time Sla a
year, put So their full qopts of mea la
Sthe repair shop at Chicago ad Pltt.
Is New fork City the actt ity s
marked. The New Jesey Thread Mlls
are ru nts tall time for the tC t tim
thli years

Th pia la is your aesh se
as SOay this
fm inmat es

najr 04 an kbtds, at Hokews
ni Co.'s tor. d
For every dolar t eCash *pSt
awegoiveone bhum"l eoepmftia
voted -i the Tor Dm:msit rP-t.C
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ii in, meeq. has bed not
able to e pul the vote. The
pm eleym eoOnties are still
I that they will arrive In
imhlmlf and laorik to
-ret e on Mit anBdad
r otiess of publeatlon.

ee uma about the 10019a"tat
0- -Iaowdm a, was defeated by

F An Cempny ee-talt s.
K Whereas, we at the TallahaMee Vol-
tWer Fi Department have suffered
irreparable low when on the after-
ame of Nov. thb, by the will of the
Almighty God, our beloved friend and
fellow-member, John C. Bennett, was
am from our midst; be it,
oIolved, That the members bow
Sheds renedly to the Divine
believing that all He does to be
OlvedI, That the Department has
lost onem of their best members, and the
whole community a noble example of
true young manhood, a thorough gen-
tleman, and one whose place in our
hearts can never be filled. Be it fur-
Resolved, That a copy of these reso-
lutlMss be sent to the press for publica-
tion, that a copy be spread upon our
minute book, and that a copy be
the bereaved family as a mark of the
peteem and love in which we held him.
G. E. Lwis,.
Ia Memory of ULla Gwra.
It hath pleased the Almighty Father
to remove to Paradmse the soul of
Sone of his flock, our companion and
classmate, Lina Gwynn, and, as our
Heavenly Father doeth all things well
and as seemeth to Him best, we, who
are left, btw in humble submission to
the divine decree. Our loss is her eter-
nal gain. To her family we extend our
heartfelt sympathy and prayers.
I As she, with the white-robed choir
who surround the Throne of God, per-
iJ*l the sweatness of the Eternal
RAIa may we, who are left here for
a ttle t on, taste and see how gra-
is to us, that, filled with
E-we may seek nothing beyond
*berein to rejoice; for Thou. 0
art the joy of our heart and our
rtion forever.
Lord, Thy ceaseless blessing,
her now called away;
ve her joys unfading,
An rest that lasts for aye "
Poley's Honey and Tar clears the
Wr passages. stops the irritation in
e throat, soothes the Inflamed jnem-
es. and the most obstinate cough
appears. Sore and Inflamed lungs.
are healed and strengthened, and the
Id is expelled from the system. Re-
ae any but the genuine in the yellow
kage. Sold by all druggists.
seselatIeas Frea Graded High
,Besolutions of sympathy from Leon
raded and High School:
WaRIas, It has pleased Almighty
cda our Heavenly Father, of his in -
widom to take unto himself our
little friend and pupil, Lina
,nn, be it
Ived. That we hereby express
lovifg appreciation of the winning
Ition, the sweet and gentle char-
that made her so dear to us all.
S intelligent and faithful in the dis-
of school duties, she stood well
her classes and was ever a loyal lit-

Si our sorrow that here we shall see
t face no more, we strive to remem-
Sthat "shahaas gone unto that school
he no longer needs our poor pro-
tis and Christ'himself doth rule."'
Extend to the bereaved family our
iet sympathy. May God in his
comfort and strengthen them.
MRs. L. 8. BIAnuR,
imWee Msksi Club Meets lu In Exec-
atlv e fesbs.
Sbusin meet held Monda
at KMis Sarah Clines's stud
uteivemu of the Tallahas.
dClstb lodmmsd, for the
S o the m which, later on,
o the. public. The
tItalf tbe pleasant
the State Muale
a mme time duringth
of the eb~eto der
f1a that. amed
in u el--A
Seih~heat hUm


two to make tl

Price, quality a

always together, and it generally takes the first

st. Its the same way with our business.

bales it takes to make a real merchant.

We have the lowest price and highest quality, and armed to

the teeth with these, we are out looking for the sales. : : :

Let us have your purchaseS for the coming week, and we will

try to put you on our list of "Tickled to death" customers.


will always please you in Goods, Furnishings, Shoes and




Phone 39.



Home Phone 263. Office Phone

All Classified-Wants, For Sale. Exchange. To
Rent. Etc. Each insertion 6 cents per line and no
ad. for less than 26 cents, cash in advance.

FOR SALE-1,UOO,000 feet of good
large pine timber, is in two miles of
Seaboard Air Line Railway, 12 miles
of Tallahassee. Owner will log it.
Apply to this office for particulars. 38


140 South Monroe Street.

Statement. I Advertisement for Slis for Additions
Made as required by Section 82. Chapter 696, to Court lious. Tallahassee, Fla.
Showing the amount of tax*aes e h d tothe* County, Florida desire bids for the construe-
Tax Collector" of Leon County. Flmia, to be tion of two (2) additional offices, and two (2) ad-
collected for the current yea 1907, and the appor- tional Fare Proof Vaults to the Court House at
tionment of the same to the several fUnda for Talaha8see. Florida; the Plans and Specifications
which taxes have been levied: I are on file with H. T. F Ikel. ( lerk of the fr ourt.
Total tax for the year 1907...... 49.804.08 at Tallahassee. Fla.. and copies can be secured.
Amount paid to Nov 7. 1908..&49.271.48 Bids must be filed with said Clerk of the Court on
By errors, insolves. etc .32.60 *49,804.08t or before November 24th, 190., at 10 o'clock a. m.
APPORTIONMENT. I The Board reserves the right to reject any bid and
9ra Reeall bids. E. C. SMITH.
General Revenue-- 9,630.00 -&5-.t Chairman Board Commissioners.

Amount pai d oNov. V, INS. -9.47.84
By errors, involves, etc ..... 82.66
Schools .......................
Amount paid to Nov. 7.190.. 22,277.12
By errors, insolvee, etc ..- 192.88
Poils.................. ..
Amount paid to Nov. 7. 1908.. 1.22600
By errors, involves, etc .. 104.00
Fine and Forfeiture...... ..
Amount paid to Nov. 7, 1908... 3.182.44
By errors, involve., etc. 27.56
Roads and Brides...........
Amount paid to Nov. 7. 19U8 7,966.39
By errors, involves, etc ..... 68.89
Special School, District No. 1.
Amount paid to Nov. 7, 1906.. 5.072.19
By errors. involves, eto \ .56,61
Clork of Circuit Court. Leon County. Flu
Nov. 7th. 1908.

Aalaristrator's Sale.
Notice is hereby r iven that I. as administmtor
of theestate of William S. aler, deceased, e of
Said county, will offer for public rale, terms fth,
during the legal hours of sale at the WillInS.
Iler place In said county, on Tuesday, the 24th
day of November. A. D. 10a., the following de-
scribed property, household i Ads. cattle, mules,
and all other perishable property belonging to said
estate. R. G. JOHNSON.

Dated Nov. 12. M Adm'r of said Etate.
FOR SALE-Medium-sized Florida-. a- -
raised mule, at reasonable price. CallI Sherifts Sale.
on J. H. Fountain, 94 West Termese By virtue of a writ of execution, to me directed .
street, Tallahassee, Fla. 33. tf issued out of the Second Circuit Court of Florida.
in and for Leon county, I will expose to eNJe at
FOR SALu I Set of New Cone Pul. public vendure on Monday, the 7th day of Derem.
leys. A bargain at this office. bar A. D. 1908. at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon. of
leys. id day, at the sourt house door in the city of-
For Good tobaccoo Land, Stock Farms Tallhae county of L.n, state of Florida. lot
or Lnd, k Far No. 6, section 2, township 1. north. range 2. west;
or Building Lots, near City, apply to, wet half of lot No. L. all lot No sec. 28. and lot
G. G. Gibbs, rallahasee, Fla. 30-m No action M. township 1. north, ranire 2. west.
Lon county, seed as the property of Julius Ball
RUBBER STAMP8 No need to send and taken in execution at the suit of H. C. Cope-
RUBBER STAMPS I No need to send lan1d&Co, W. M. LANGST"N.
from Tallahassee for Rubber Stamps. Sheir county.
We make them quick as good as thet Presbyter-an Church.
best and cheap. 'ext Sanday at Presbyterian Church.
---t- -- --- ---l -- 1 Special services at the Presbyterian
SE Us8I For all kinds of printing. church on Suhday morning. Ordination
Furnish your stationery neatly printed and installation of the elders elect. The
as chap, or cheaper tha you can buy ptor especially desires a full member.
blank paper from retailers. Every Sip present, as matters of vital Impor.
farmer shld have his printed Letter- ta e to the church will be disusse
heads and Envelope. Everbodv welcome.

WANTBD-A position as book-keeper
with someahordsaod included, by a lady.
For further information apply to the
office of the True Democrat. 29-tf
BOARD-A large comfortable room,
southern exposure, with board for a
couple. Apply to Mrs. Howard Gamble,
East Call Street. 83
WANTED. -A good medium sized aafe.
Apply at Yasger Bethel Co. "3'
Fon WooD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt.
Phone No. 217. 29 i
TM BMIT.-For the BestShine and
Roof Paint, confer with me. I make a
paint thet will ave your roof foryomr.
Tami-rA Noncm printed on cloth
en short otic at reanmnabloe at
%o aod it lm t be web to run
hort Trspas Noe in your home
hsal aewspapw.r
DORmSa S&"---O North
M-kmr a. MA bmlm Ivge". B s .


One and Two-horse
Whew kept to agreed time becomes

035.289 the property of the user.
37-tf. TULLY & YAEGER C).
, =iA

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 f
The True Democrat and secure t
Hand-knitted and Crotchetted Shaw
Slippers, Hoods, Baby Sacks, Boote
kept always on hand, and orders solic
ted. Also articles in exqusite draw
work. See Miss Jessie .lake, 248
Park Avenue. 32


Real Estate

Write quick to


502 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville, Fla.


School Books
and Supplies

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



Book and Stationery Store.


You want of the food you need

Kodol will digest it

You need a sufficient amount of
good wholesome food and more than
this you need to fully digest it.
Else you can't gain strength, nor
can you strengthen your stomach i f
It is weak.
You must eat in order to live and
maintain strength.
You must not diet, because the
body requires that you eat a suffic-
lent amount of food regularly.
But this food must be digested,
and it must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do it,
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do la to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di-
Sgest the food.

Nothlag else can do this. When
the stomach Is weak it needs help;
yeimut help It by giving It rest,
oa Kodol will do that

Our Guarantee
Go to your druggist today, ad
purchase a dollar bottle, and if yOm
can honestly say, that you did not
receive any benefits from it, after
using the entire bottle, the drug
gist will refund your money to yoa
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the price
of the bottle purchased by you.
This offer applies to the large
bottle only and to but one in 6

We could not afford to make suh
an oftfr, unless we positively kaw
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt us.
The dollar bottle contaias = l U
as much as the fifty cent bottle.

Kodol Is made at the laboratotd
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very lowest prices.

Times are hard. We have made prices to suit
the hard times.

Money is scarce. A little bit of it goes a long way.

Bring the cash and see how cheap good Furni-

ture really is.

We are having a run just now on floor cover- -
ings. Get our prices before you buy.

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