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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 27, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00197
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Good Government;



Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to

NO. 40.


!Peasant lows Up

A Golden Harvest.

Dud Triasre- f Ancient Coins
Umarik By Land Owner Val-
ued at Over $25,000.
A few days ago a small peasant pro.
S" prietor named Possati at Riva d'Ariano,
in the district of Ferrara, went forth
to plow. He went with his big white
oxen, in a somewhat melancholy mood,
for the bit of land he had bought from
his sister a year ago was muddy aind
arid, when all of a sudden, as the next
clod of earth fell aside, his eye caught
a gleam of something bright-a golden
coin-another-another! Breaking up
breathlessly the clods in the furrow, to
his amazement he found them full of
yellow gold coins. He urged on the
oxen-more coins! Pozatti had plowed
up a big treasure. With all his care
next day the news of his wonderful dis-
eovery got wind, and naturally some of
the neighbors, when night came
thought they would try to get a haul.
Poazati, however, was wide-awake and
went out to guard his treasure with his
gun, and wounded one of them, the
others made off.
This affray brought the whole affair
to the attention of the authorities, and
the prefect sent a guard of carabinieri
to protect the property and the rest of
the yet hidden treasure. Examination
\ shows the treasure of exceptional in-
terest. Many of the coins date from
the thirteenth century, some large and
others smaller and thick. There are
some of Cario Quinti. Some of the
earlier ones bear on one side a Latin
cross, with the loin cloth draped over it;
on the other the crown of thorns and a
woman in prayer. Many of the coins
bear the arms of the various dukes and
Ferrara, the most interesting of these
to us. perhaps, being some which bear
the effigy of the Duke of Hercules II of
whose wife, the Dutcn as
- y ervent Protestant and zealous
I edeer of all the persecuted Protest-
ants. It is roughly estimated that the
coins found so far amount in value to
over $25,000.
i? It is nearly certain that the money
was not a treasure hidden for safety,
because it is scattered over so wide ail
extent. Its presence is accounted for
in another manner. All the district
from a few miles from Ferrara to the
Adriatic consists of broken land-half
land, half water, and all "palude" or
marsh-and not so many hundred years
ago it was covered by the sea. The Po
brings down such a vast amount of de-
bris that its delta now spreads far out
to sea, and this delta is now being year-
S y "bonificato," or reclaimed. Thus, at
the old seaport of Ravenna, which now
lies seven miles inland, in the days of
the dukes of Ferrara ships sailed over
what is now cultivated ground; and it
is supposed that one was wrecked and
that its money chest, washed hither and
thither by the waters, scattered its con-
tents far and wide. Why the gold was
not found before is accounted for by
the fact that the ground has only been
reclaimed f6r two years. The first year
of reclaiming such ground the surface
is little more than "scratched," and
only the second year is the plow sent
loyal Arch Plasoas, Take Notice I
Called Convocation of Florida Chap-
ter No. I, Monday, November 30th, at
4 p. a. Work in all degrees. Annual
Convocation on the second Monday in
December, 7:30 p. m. Election of ofi-
ears for ensuing years. All companions
are requested to attend these meetings.
A. A. Muarmmnt H. P.
AmTHUK IUJAMs, Secretary.
A Weed to Lceum TicKet HMeldMrs.
SMr. Murphree greatly regret the
|Moderatanding that arosee1 ast weak
Mhjdlthe time of selling seats for
Jaih Band concert. Kis
were that the seats should be pat
e lle from 8 o'clock a. m., to8 p.m.,
I t r, instead of which they were
S. a, ad be was notified of
mntae late to remedy the

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tt this not the Rase. They
meamum pimce of $6 for a
ad tfor a algle ticket just
patrm do. emuPsq tly are
to just as good lt athe

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ses~thw shesidremem-
the lever floor


ToBecco Growen Are Wearl l a
*road Smile Over Better Pres-
The Kentucky and Tennessee tobac-
co growers have finally disposed ot the
crops of 1906 and 1907 to the American
Tobacco Company for 206 cents and 17
cents per pound, realizing about $14,-
000,000 from the sale.
The True Democrat learns that there
is a very decided upward tendency in
the tobacco market and that the grow-
ers of Len aid Gadsden counties are
likely to sell their present holdings at a
profit over the growth and harvesting.
Those who know tobacco conditions
well aver that no section of the coun-
try can produce a quality equal to that
of Northern Florida and Southern Geor-
gia, and that where there is one dollar
invested in the business now there will
be hundreds within a few years.

Chaires Personal and Locals.
Chaires, Nov. 24.-The Measuring
Party given by the Epworth League
here last Friday evening was a perfect
success despite the very dark cool even-
ing, and a few other discouragements.
The words of its invitation ran thus :
You are invited to be present on the
evening of November 2u at the parson-
age at Chaires.
"A Measuring Party we've giving you;
'Tis something novel as well as new.
Measure yourself on door or wall
And bring three cents for each foot
The extra inches a penny give,
And thereby show how high you live.
The money for your measure
Will give the Epworth League much
With music and song and welcome
We'll greet you at our Measuring
Refreshments free.
The net proceeds amounted to $11.19.
Among those from a distance were the
following: Mr. Chalker Barnett of
Tallahassee, Messrs. Miles Johnson and
Laurie Croucher of Centreville, Miss
Ruth Harvin of Tallahassee and Mr.
Thomas Bradley of Oak Dale. Mr. and
Mrs. Mickler, at whose home the social
was held did all in their power to make
the young people enjoy themselves
v. ith music and various diversions, and
they attested their enjoyment by some
of the number remaining till the wee
sma' hours. The amount raised will be
expended upon the double front rooms
of the parsonage, called the League
We forgot to mention that Mr. Noble
Jones honored us by his presence Fri-
day evening. Mr. J. has been on his
farm four miles from the village on
business, but left Saturday to join his
family in the beautiful city of Savan-
nah, of which some one has said "the
elegance of the city and the hearttness
of the country meet you in a *ay that
give you wonder and delight." Mr.Jones
intends returning with his family to
their farm in February before starting
on their usual summer tour. Mr. Jones
is a true gentleman and a man of high
ideals, and we only wish he were one of
our citizens.
Mr. J H. Patterson wears a broad
smile of late. Why? His wife and
two children returned last Wednesday
from the Biggs Sanitarium in North
Carolina. Mr. P. and little daughter
are much improved and they expect to
return for further treatment when their
spell of home sickness is past.
Miss Morah Harmon went to Talla-
hassee Saturday, remaining till Sunday
Mr. Elton Patterson is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Sterns, in Live Oak, and
visiting in the metropolis also. Per-
hals he will extend his trip to Tampa.
Mr. Dick May of Monticallo was a
guest in the burg Friday, and Mr.
Thomas Hancock of the Capital was to-
Mir. and Mrs. Sterns of Live Oak via-
ited Mrs. S.'s parents from last Friday
tall Saturday afternoon.
Rev. and Mrs, Mickler spent three
days in Tallahasee last week with rela-
tives. They will spend Wednesday in
the Capital, and then MM. M. Intends
avii oen th1 $0th for DeLaud to visit
Mra y tSil after Conferouce*
Thatksglvimg service will be held in
the MethodIst church here. Either the
resident pastor or an invittd one will
deliver the seros.
Mr. Laurie Croacher and Miss Willie
Johnso. visited Misses AlleneandHelen
Jothon BSnday.

Mrs. Wa. Hiibtower and children
are speidlag this week with Mrs. H.'s.
par Mr. and Mrs. Baglishof Talla-
The J r Le es very much en-
eoyd a pMsat buot Saturday after-
noon at the hme of the Superintend-
ent. Primes were ive for the two
who found the two colored peanuts
wich were oMW. Ihe amount raised
so toward their am fud.
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Y Your Own

mpbr at Home.

An Industry In Which Tallahassee
and Leon ContfPeople May
Find Profit a sure.
As there are so many vigorous and
beautiful camphor trees in Tallahassee
and throughout Leon county, showing
that the plant is especially adapted to
this soil and climate, The True Demo-
crat reproduces the following from the
St. Petersburg Independent, hoping-r
that the industry may in time become a
profitable one in this section:
With further reference as to camphor
culture, one of our representatives
called at the home of L. P. Butler sev-
eral days ago and secured from him fur-
ther facts about the planting and set-
ting out of the trees also the method of
distilling the camphor from the leaves
and twigs.
Mr. Butler, at present a popular con-
ductor on the A. C. L., now yardmas-
ter in this city, was for eight years
manager of the famous Lake Villa Nur.
series located some years ago at Fruit-
land Park, Fla. After leaving this
place, he held the position of traveling
manager in Florida for M. E. Gillette,
the gentleman who had such a run on
naval oranges some sixteen years ago
in California; going from place to place
in the State and closely watching the
culture of that variety of oranges that
in later years was to becos mrfamous.
By the foregoing it is 0el peen that
Mr. Butler is an authort- -n this line,
and that his predictions asto the future
industry of camphor eiltre in this
State can be relied upon.
Mr. Butler, in his garden in this city,
has at present, twenty-four thousand
camphor seed planted, and is making
preparations to plant a few th
more. He makes a bed five feet
hilled up to about six inches dee
thoroughly wets; then taking a
|x4 inches, long enough to reach
the bed, he sets to work to .akth
furrows, as you might call t l-
board is set upon it- edge 6 the
bed and is struck several smart blows
for the purpose of driving it about one
and a quarter inches deep, it being re-
moved after it has served its purpose
and the next furrow made in a like man-
ner, parallel with the other and about
three inches.
The seed are then dropped about an
inch apart in tlh furrow, and the board
is again inserted and struck several
times, for the purpose of breaking the
thick and pulpy hull that surround the
see4 proper. The board is removed and
the furrows thoroughly watered again.
Mr. Butler states that even in rainy
weather he waters the seed-then the
board is again brought into play by
setting it on edge, as before, only it is
placed outside the furrow and held in
a slanting position,, being streuk hard
enough to force the earth into the fur-
row and to cover up the seed. The
whole is again watered, in fact, flood-
ed; the edges of the bed being raised
to hold the water on bed. Then about
half an inch of earth is put over the
entire bed and the whole leveled off,
completing the planting.
After the seeds have sprouted and
the plants are about eight inches high,
they are reset in rows a foot apart, and
are kept thus until they are needed to
set out in a grove or yard, as the case
may be. These trees, to get an result
from the operation, should be set out in
the autumn or winter, as at that time
the sap is in the roots, and the tree is
not growing to any extent
In getting the material from the tree
from which to distill the camphor. men
go down one side of a grove abd clip
the leaves and small twigs, taking them
to the vats where the camphor is dis-
tilled from them. Only one skide of the
trees are clipped, the men going the en-
tire length of the grove, ant returning
up the other side. By the time they ar-
rive from whence they started the side
clipped a few days before has put out
new leaves and twigs and can bo again
clip, thus furnishing a good supply all
the time.
For the benefit of those who may be
skeptical of the forgoing, we take De-
ure in giving Mr. Butler's proceed for
extracting the crystalised camphor.
Having no still or equipment, he peo-
cured an old iron washpet and fla it
nearly full of water, brought it to a
boil. Having gathered a small almm t
of leaves and twigs, he threw these l-.
to the boiling water and covered the
top of the put with am old piece ot lar-
lap, or, what is ommonly kin as a
croaker sack. Regulating his *r so as
to boil the leaves and tw a slowly, the
steam penetrated throg the burlap,

leaving a depositofterystamied camphor
on the under side of it Mr. Butler
sent a ft y a this to Washngton,
and on bi was fnd to



She Killed Her Brother-Ia-Law Last
August, *t Did It in Defense
Of er tusbamnd.
A very interesting murder case was
disposed of by Judge Meginniss on Sat-
On the 29th of August, last, James
Duncan was killed by Vi Duncan, his
On the following day she was ad-
judged insane and committed to the
as yum.
On Friday last she was discharged,
being relieved of her dementia, and it
wa decided to hold her commitment
al at once.
The evidence showed that James Dun-
can, the man killed, had precipitated a
quarrel with his brother, Will Duncan,
that he had choked him into insensibil-
ity, and the wife wanting to protect the
li of her husband fired the fatal shot.
Her attorneys set up a plea of defense
in the interest of her husband, and so
well was the plea sustained that Judge
Meginniss promptly discharged her.
College Notes.
In addition to the five attractions
guaranteed to holders of season tickets
in the Lyceum course, Mr. Murphree
authorizes the announcement of two
entertainments to be given by the music
faculty of the college. The first of
these will be a general concert by the
faculty ; the second. Enoch Arden, read
by Miss Dalzell to an accompaniment of
music. There will be no additional ex-
pense attached to th(se concerts for
the holders of season tickets.
Miss Dalzell, who is Professor of Ex-
pression and Physical Culture at tl e
College, will address the Southern
Educational Ass:ociation,which convenes
in Atlanta, Ga., on the 29th of Decem-
Dean Heathwole will attend the Es-
cambia County Teachers' As;so'ciation,
to be held in Pensacola on th 1sth> and
19th of December.
Miss Mary Apthrop, the efficient li.
irarian of the college, is scheduled for
a er entitled "What a Reference
Li Means to College Students." to
be before the Florida Educational
&AJ tion, convening at Gainesville on
hath of December. President Mur-
has been requested to respond to
ae address of welcome on the same oc-
A vesper service will be given at the
college chapel.on the 3rd, Sunday after-
noon in December. TIhe music faculty
will be assisted by the Tallahassee Mu-
seal Club.
Music lovers are eagerly looking for-
ward to M is Tarbet's organ recital at
the chapel on the evening of December
President Murphree has every encour-
agement to expect a large increase in
the enrollment during tne approaching
second term of the College year. The
numberof names already reaches nearly
two hundred.
Putting Them BacH.
A local Republican said to aTallahas-
see Democrat this week:
"Just see the hundreds of thousands
the Republicans are giving jobs and
putting back to work."
"They ought to, dryly replied the
Democrat, fop they took their jobs
away from them. Now the election is
over, they ought to be put back to
Two Batches of Biscuits.
The Golden Age tells the following
"At breakfast the biscuits were rath-
er harder than they should have been,
and Jones growled out:
"I wishI were an ostrich. Maybe I
could eat these biscuits and live after-
"I wish you were," said Mrs. Jones.
"Maybe then I'd get a few feathers for
m hat."
This reminds us of another story:
A young husband came home and
found his bride of a few weeks min tears.
"What's the matter, my dear?" he
"On," she said, "the dog has eaten
the biscuit! '
"Why, never mind my dear he re-
plied soothingly, "I'11 get you another
Dont let the baby suner fromecze-
ma, sores or any Itching of the skin.
Doan's Ointment gives Instant relief,
cures quickly. Perfectly safe for chlli
dren. All druggists sell it.

trees can be seen. They will grow on
any kind of soil, without any exception,
and, so far as known, from years of in-
vestigaton, no kind of insect or enemy
to plant life affects them.
Get some leaves and twigs and make
a personal investigation of the subject.
Distill camphor on your cook stove and
when you return North, and in later
years hear of the great industry in
Florida, point with pride at the small
jar on your mantle and tell your friends
that you spent the winter in Florida;
that the value of camphor trees was
fad, the camphor Industry was
damo. the other many indus-
tries that t State is th mother of.

Readers of Mme. Warner's book,
"The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary," at-
tended the presentation of L. S. Sire's
comedy at Munro's Opera House last
Friday night with pleasureable anticipa-
tions. But even to them the fulfillment
far surpassed the expectation.
May Robson was inimitable. She held
the sustained interest of her audience
without a break, leading them from
laughter to tears with the most bewild-
ering rapidity. Tallahassee is seldom
visited by so great an artist, and our
citizens showed their appreciation of
Miss Robson's exceptional talent by giv-
ing her a packed house.
See The True Democrat for your joo


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A Coinddence

Most Singular.

A Carrabelle Man Finds His Counter-
part in Suffering In City
Of Atlanta.
The Atlanta Constitution of recent
date contained the following:
One of the most singular coincidences
ever recorded in the experience of the
medical world happened yesterday when
two men, each living in a separate state
came to Atlanta to be operated upon
for the same injury to the same portion
of the kbdy at exactly the same time.
The two men figuring in this story are
J. F. Brown, of Carrabelle, F'la., and
E A. Thompson, of Suite, N. C. Sev-
eral days ago Mr. Brown was struck in
the eye with a piece of steel which
caused him so much alarm and pain that
he came to Atlanta Wednesday morn-
ing and had a well-known oculist exam-
ine the wound Mr. Thompson sustained
a similar injury at almost the same
time, and came to Atlanta Wednesday
morning, at the same time for the same
Both men, with their heads tied up in
bandages, stopped at the same board,
ing house, at 152 <'ourtlan, street-
owned by Mrs. Livaey. In the mean-
while they had never seen or heard of
one another.
They both unknowingly arrived at the
office of the eye specialist at almost the
same time, Mr. Brown arriving a little
earlier than Mr. Thompson. While the
eye of the former was being ex mined,
in walked Mr. Thompson, and whose
examination immediately followed that
of Mr. Brown. The oculist announced
to each of the two injured men that it
was necessary that the injured eyes be
The operation was performed in the
Atlanta College of Physicians and Sur-
geons yesterday, the same physicians
working on both patients. They were
given the anaesthetic at the same time,
and the physicians by this time had be-
come aware of the coincidence in the
two cases, and decided to make sepa-
rate inquiries among the two men, just
to see if any other of their experiences
As they were coming from under the
anaesthetic influence, both men, in an-
swering the physicians, said that they
had been married twice; that they were
members of the Baptist church, and
that they both sarg.
After the operation was completed,
the Grady ambulance was called. Mr.
Thompson and Mr. Brown were both
placed in it, and carried to their board-
ing house on Courtland street. There
they were placed in separate beds in the
same room, and given similar instruc-
tions in regard to their recovery.
It is said that Mr. Thompson and Mr.
Brown have become good friends since
their misfortunes have become known
to each other. Up to the time they ar-
rived in Atlanta, they had never seen
or heard of each other before.

Notes About Claude.
The True Democrat finds the enclosed
clippings in a couple of itsexchanges:
It is said that Claude L'Engle has in
view the starting of a paper at Quincy.
We surmise that when D'Engle makes
another venture at publishing a paper
he will select a larger field than the
tobacco town affords. However, he
may go where he can have the use of
plenty of smoke The Pensacola News
quotes as rumored that Claude L'Engle
will establish a newspaper in Quincy,
but discredits the rumor. We "reckon
Quincy is a "right smart" place, but
we don't think it's big enough for
Claude. We opine it will be Jackson-
ville for isn't, when he shakes the red
clay of the Tallahassee streets from his
patent leathers.
This ailient I -usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
small of the back, and is quickly
cured by applying Chamberlain's Lini-
mnient two or three times a day and
massaging the parts at each applica-
tion. For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
"Had dyspepsia or indigestion for
years. No appetite, and what I did eat
ditressed me terribly. Burdock Blood
Bitters cured me."-J. H. Walker, Sun-
bury, Ohio.
lay Robsem la Tallahassee.


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THE TLUE DEMOCRAT. Thanstgi esest at Id. Tl
laebass.. Iladuelle.
MILTON A. sXITb. l The kindergarten department of th
Normal School for Teachers. Woman
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. College, held their Thanaginvbw exe
cim Wednesday morning at 9 o0elod
Their largo, beautiful raom had bei
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITENS. prettily and appropriately deorate
with autumn leave and various pro
Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dentist, office ducts of the harvest easson, and th
up stairs, next to telegraph office. children had been beautifully drilled i
'Phone No. 257. 23-tf plays and songs suitable to theooeeasio
Circuit Court convenes Monday. They entered into the exercise wit
Cotton is coming in at quite a lively munh zest, and showed great iUll
We are enjoying all the measures of them by their teacher. Miss Wheler.
e are enjoying all the pleasure o At a later hour, in response to eharm
spring. ing little invitations sent on cards rep
Mr. T. H. Lloyd, of Lloyd, was a resenting tiny pumpkins, a large num
prominent business visitor Tuesday. ber of cities gathered at the cit;
If you should not receive your paper kindergarten to see the little people
regularly please complain at this office. there carry out the Thanksgiving pro
Picture Framing for Christmas artis. gram on which they had so painstak
tically done at Corbett's. 40-tf in ly worked for several days past.
Pleasant social parties go out each twenty-asix tot moving about in suc
evening to the many cane grindings n exquisite ordqr, timing their steps t
the country. the rythm of the mus without th
Ducks and geese are said to be more slightest confusion or noise. Following
abundant than ever on the coast. Some is the program of the exercises:
say this presages a hard winter north. March.
Mr. W. G. Sharit, one of the popular Thanksgiving prayer.
attaches of the Apalachicola Times, is Welcome to children-Aleck Quarter
serving on the U. S. grand jury this man.
week. Welcome to guests-Onle RitaMoore
Several Tallahassee contractors will Recitation, Thanksgiving Dq-An
bid for the building of the new court .nelle Ball
house at Monticello. ThanksFoving S 'g
Jack Frost Song.
Get your pictures framed for Christ- The Leaves' Party, song.
mas at Corbett's. All kinds of artistic Golden Rod Song, by four little gold
moulding from which to make selec- en-haired ris .g
tions. 40-tf Shoemaker' Song.
Business was entirely suspended in Baa-Baa, Black Sheep, song.
Tallahaseee yesterday in observance of Little Bo-Peep, song.
Thanksgiving. Brownie Song and Skip by the gmall
Get your pictures framed for Christ- erechildren. .. .
mas at Corbett's. All kinds of artistic Giant Song and Skip by the large
moulding from which to make selec- children.
tions. 40-tf Thanksgiving Speech, Aleck Quar
Rev. John B. Culpepper and his son teman, Pauline Altm and Jama
Burke, who conducted such a successful Balmed a to
meeting here a few weeks mince, are in The children seemed all tocAumra
meetg ere a few weeks since, arvice hnd fully the connetion between th
Chie, Fla., for atwo weeks service different autumn grains and fruits an
im e word's vineyard. The nk, occasion whkh
Those having eye trouble, headaches, rm day, and ans wereid
or nervousness should go to Jackson- iatelligently the questions put to then
ville and see Dr. Armstrong, specialist, by their teacher.
office, 9 Laura street. 34 Next came the feast, the erowU
Mr. R. F. Howard, on going hunting event of the day. Tables were sprea
with his son Thursday, was thrown vio- with white cloths and were profusely
lently from his buggy by the affrighted decorated with beautiful autumn leave,
horse, and so severely cut up as to need goldenod and chrysanthemums placed
the attendance of a surgeon. in quaint jardinnieree made of small
The Store now occupied by Gas and pumpkins. Sandwiches, cakes and va-
Water Co. will be for rent on Decem- rious fruits, interspersed with dainty
ber 1st. Apply to Miss J. C. Meginniss. baskets filled with candy, formed the
39-2t. feast to which the children gathered
The choir of St John's church has with evident delight. un t
outgrown its accommodations and seats The Woman's Club looks upon *a
outgrown its accommodation and s department of the public school me
have been arranged to the right of the itspet institutions. Indeed, it i
chancel so that the choir will be divid- f ts pet situations Indeed, t -
ed into two iections, one seated oppo- getic body of women that this kinder
site the other. garten exists at all. The club keeps it
- Get your pictures framed for Christ- i under direct supervision, provides for
mas at Corbett's. All kinds of artistic its wants and promotes its interests in
moulding from which to make selec- every possible way, and its efforts have
tions. 4'-tf been crowned with signal success, for
Be sure that you call in at once and nowhere will be found a happier,
get one of Sweel ing's fifty cent gift brighter, or better behaved band of
boxes Y,,u may secure adiamornd ring little ones than in the city kindergarten,
for the price Some one will. The Miss Marie McConnell, is the youqg
number is limited No more than two lady at the head of this department, has
sold to a purchaser 4o-tf no assistant except Miss Ada Moore,
Sweeting's fifty cent gift boxes will! the musician for the school, but she
be the coming sensation Every gift seems to be fully competent to conduct
will be worth the price and many of her work alone. This will be Miss Mc-
much greater value. A tine diamond (onnell s second year here and the chil-
ring will go to sore fortunate one. It dren are warmly attached to her.
may be you. Go and try. 40-tt It is a great pity that this flourishing
,, i- institution should be restricted to such
The Donkey party given last Fri- confined space. A new school house is
day night by the Junior Auxilliary of the crying need of Tallahassee.
St. John's church was a great success. __^^000__
The weather was pleasant and the num- Wanted.
ber of children in attendance made the A widow of refinement and education
supply of cake, candy and ice cream desires employment. Being a profess.
rapidly dim n sh. sional nurse will care for invalid or take
Mr. Will Anderson, an employee at charge of motherless children, or keep
Cravy's barber shop, was quite severely house for widower. Address Mrs. C.,
burned a few days ago by the explosion Church st., Gainesville, Fla.
of a can of alcohol, with which he was ------..
attempting to kindle a tire. He is able Who Has This Trpasht
to be out now About two weeks ago a mahogany
Mr. W. S. Bolen, who has been clerk- box one foot square and sixteen inches
ing for Mr. T. H. Lloyd, at Lloyd's, for deep, containing one engineer's transit
a number of years, has purchased the and attachments was delivered by mis-
stock of John R. Gramling at that take at some house in Tallahassee.
place, and will open up his place of The party having the above in their
business on December 1, with an almost passion, or who can give information in
new stock of goods. regard to the same will confer a favor
ew stoc o go, 'by notifying F. C ELLIOT, 594 E. Vir-
lioi. W B. l.amar and wife have ar- gmnia st.

rivfd in America and are now stopping
at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York
City, but expect to come on to Talla-
hassee in a few days. They had a de-
lighttul trip over from Cherbourg on
the steamship "Amerika."
One of the latest and most novel la-
bor saving devices which we seen
is the Electric Coffee Crusher, lately
installed in the store of our enterpris-
ing grocery merchants, Randolph &
Fenn. It is a beautiful acquisition and
one which completely does away with
the old time method of coffee grinding.
The proprietor of a Monroe street
store forgot to lock up his place of busi-
ness Saturday night on going home.
The ov< right was discovered by a night
policeman about three o'clkc'; Sunday
morning. who aroused three separate
families from their comfortable slum-
bers bef ore the proprietor was found.
Fortunately no one had made a raid
upon the establishment.
The Womnn's Foreign Missionary So-
ciet of the Methodist church will meet
at the residene of Mrs P. T. Mickler
on next Tuesday, December 1st, 3:30
o'clock, to open their mite boxes. Let
every one make an extra effort to be
present, and enjoy a social hour. Any
member who cannot go to Mrs. Mick-
lnr'e, will please bring their mite box
into the regular monthly meeting on
Thsreday, the 3d, as the quarterly re-
pa mmt be eat of last of the week.

Dr. Grant is Grateful.
I wish to say through The True Dem-
ocrat to those kind christian friends who
came to see me through my severe ill-
ness last week, that I do return to them
my heart's gratitude for their aid and
assistance. The kindest love and grat-
itude I extend to them, and do feel that
through their prayers the good Lord
has raised me up once more upon my
feet. With the kindest love of myself
and my dear sister. DR. J. J. GRANT.
Goed Roads For Leon County.
Leon county is coming to the fore on
the good roads question. On account
of the steepness of the hills all through
the county continuous work is needed
in order to keep the roads in even pas-
sable condition, and heretofore the
county has not had either sufficient ma-
chinery or force of workmen to do the
work required. Now, however, the com-
missioners have added several men to
the force, and bought more mules and
machinery.. They have new and up-to-
date gradere-and levelers, and have se-
cured the seryie$s of Mr. George Avbr-
itt, an experienced road maker, to take
charge of the building of now redsand
the repairing of old ones. Mr. Averits
is the engineer who had hare f the
work on the college lpan "d
e Ima Isomer ar
ableto makeWha ..

_ .. .-.-..,.I::B:.atasa

n The one hundred and fifty operatives
d of the big tobacco packing house of A.
e Wahnish enjoyed a royal treat yeater.
n day, and It was a source of ge
SThankgiving with them. The......................................
h tor served an elegant and sum
dinner to every employ* eons ,
0 turkey Andall the rich0 A#sM o l A
ice eream and cake for desert p .r7 v"il -.|eogtag otm Mttr l i,
3- A fine band was also fuwhi
Sdispen ed'susic dur erm n
Y v hcu a t inthe after se delight. t rei e -RON *WC -U M a u a.
.ful e. Articips labytheopera.N- -I.
e tires tal r ends. 2I" Eg Tt ela gt
The appy ones spent a royal day in- F WV IN NOV. 26. e8a1 10 thee- rVf
* deed, and voted Mr. Wahnlsh unanimous- IBG a J)am mm a m-w*
thanks for his appreciative kindness to F4 on tg S v*C 10e tt W AS News of a most sensational aoatilng
e the event will not so be forgotten affray, which occurred at Quiney Sat-
o The en Miss Florence Proctor-----...... 71,706 urday afternoon reached
e Carlisle ladles BEad a Greand Sc. Miss May Stoutamire, Blox- few hours after its occurrence, several
Cgos& 6 ham -------------- 58,820 people of this city being alated to the
Sn t uRuth Alligood, Crawford- 6T of thia city being related to th
The efforts made by Mr. Murphree ville"-e a...--80 actors In the unfortunate tragedy.
to give the tudenta, primarily, and cith- m" Alice Patterson.Chairees 18,080 -Thomas R. Smith is dead hise father T
Sin econdarily, a se nie of hig h-cla Mary Windham........ 10,76 Y. Smith, ahot in there p sace, ad ,
entertainments during the winter sea- ". Myrtle Gramling, Cen. Robert Munre aeriouly weualeda
son has met with marked success. treville--..-.....--------... 99 the leg, is the result ofthe afray whish
The first attraction, the famous Car- Eva Grissett, city -.. 9430 happened in the grand Jury roomof the
lisle Indian Band. which played here Lula De Keith-------7100 court house Saturday afternoon.
last Monday night, met with unprece- Jessie Ma Farley----- 6378 Two Maey brothers charged with
dented approbation. Munros peas Lottie Pb --- 5360 having done tt were arrested.
House was packed, every seat, both in Katie West, Monticello 5090 The trouble Is thought to have been
the body of the house and in the gal- Bloon Cat...--------- 8606 the result of a diMul between yo
lery, was occupied, and men Uned the Sada Rote............. 2940 Smith and Mr. Mass several ae
wa-s, standing m very available os Jaunita Forbes, city-.. 2775 ago. Trouble had been expected
The music was suited to all; fromcl Ruby Dval----......-.... ----1275 e that friends of both parties were
selections taken from the productionsad u. McGriff. --- 11...... 1 to bring about an amieableset-
Sof many nations, tothe loved melodies Ella Lewia, oodvie, 7 t 1 tement whenthe shooting began.
of our own Southland and the popular M Lucile Saxon---------......... 480 The coroner's ne the
airs of the modern comic opeam a, EMe Darelr,ConoCord 350 killing T. R. I th .y Ma Kam
were delightfully rendered ad were d GertrudeChttenden... 306 and returned a verdict o04stllabrle
peculiarly appreciated by the citases Mrs. Jno.Robinson,Woodville 300 homicide.
of Tallahasee whose opportunities of Annie LesterMonticello 245 Mr. T. T. Smith, father of toe dead
hearing ph high-lass musical artists Mrs. George Smith,Crawford- m an and Dr. Munro are improving
are extremely limited. ville----........-------.. 240 and there is no feellaexhibite
To the children two features of the Miss Liza Bodd, Monticello, 225 by .
Save especial delight. Roth Eppes-----------240 Attorney Rivers H, Bufoed was in-
S J togoHome in the Dark" was Miss Case Sweeti ...... 00 terviewed and reedd rgrt for the
greeted with shouts of laughter, and Lelia 1Mc Far Quincy 175 a ntim y death of his frie, Mr.milth,
the "Aboriginal" number, arrangedby Miss Fannie Wileon 100 and a that none of the parties con-
he leader of the band, Jame Riley Cor Taylor, Monticello 100 corned will takethe matter f
Wheelock, sent delicious thrills of the. The town is quiet and no blOA
creepy we through their veins as they Coupons must be voted each week, is expected from any carter.
listened to the weird calls and hideous on or before date they bear. Notice The funeral of Mr. T. R. Smith took
warboope of the red men. date and do not bold them after date or place Sunday afternoon in the Eastern
Of the Soloist, thefirst cornetist they will become void. cemetery with hundreds of lifelong
i seemed to meet with the greatest fa f rinds in attendance.
vor, though the piccola and flute solos
were in aiee rivalry. Altogether, the PIANO CONTESTANT WEDS. C ^^^ e ea.
Indian Bead Concert will be long re- Commissloners Met neaday.
membered to he finest thing of the Miss Rth Alligd Beceaes the Wife The county commissioners were in see-
kind ever bright to Tallahassee. *ion for a few hours last Tue t
The next Lyceum attraction will be of Mr. Lees Needy, a Sabstantial sthena tiew oars last Te
the Italian opera singer. Signora Me- Merchast aud ramer. was decided to adjourn untif Monds,
relli, accompanied by Mrs. Mehrtens, Miss Ruth Alligood, one of the strong next, when they will take up the matter
who dokglted her Tallahassee audience of considering the contract for the ad-
last year asaccompanist to Mrs. Sheri- competitors in .the piano contest was, diton to the court house. o e
dam. --_-____ married Sunday afternoon last to Mr. It is understood that several bids hav
TIGER DINS RAIDED. Leon Moody, at the residence of her' been flied for the work.
-:- father, Mr. Isaac Alligood, who lives! ~I'---.
Three Arrested Ia Tallahassee ad five miles south of the city. Rev. Mr. e!sle issieon South.
Tean l Nertwers Pertion of Scarbrough officiating. Both the con- The Woman's Home Mission Society
The County. tract parties are very o ular Mr. will hold its regular monthly meeting
Moody be a member of the mercan-oa oe h
Sheriff Langston has been especially tile firm of Moody Bros., Tallahassee. i on M 1odly afternoon, Novebe 0th.
.v lnt among the blihd tigers this Congratulations are extended to them 3: 5 .k.a ^ h ur Th
by The True Democrat and a very large meeting wastehanged for this month on
Sof rnds h circle of friends.Thfriends of account ofthe Week of iiPrayer being
On'turday and Sunday nights he Mrs. Moody will rally around her with held for trhe a Foreign u ionwSociety.
arrested three in Tallahassee, and on greater interest now than ever in order This i th last meeting that will beheld
Thursday made a raid upon an entire that she may secure one of the hand- be present "'A cordial invitation e
den of them on lamois Lake, captur- some pianos offered by The True Demo- te d tovoitor. and adia who nt
in ten and brinf1 them to the city. crat for the beautifying of and render- member wo re no
cThe commirtl -i of the entire ing pleasant her new home. M H n H Al
number will o Z~-lay -.-- -- Mary Helen Hall, Alameda, Cal.
TheTrue has observed ha Woman Interrupts Political Speaker. In September Dr. Walter R. Lam-
there is a ldJaB wlei ssnese within A well dressed woman Interrupted a broth, General Scr tary of the Basrd
the bounds Iwty. and it ha boped political speaker recently by continu- of Missioas, cbanced to visit our Japan
that our vig Sheriff and his depa- ally coughing. If she had taken Foley's es work at Alameda, Cal. H west to
ties ma t eat and convict every Honey and Tar it would have cured ehureb on the Sabbath unannounoed-
one of them. ber cough quickly and expelled the and found a good ceongregatie of Japs,
-cold from her system. The genuine nose preset. He reports that e
IT 53S B POND. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no administered communion to4wenty-two
opiates and Is in a yellow package. and enjoyed a veritable love-.feast with
Mr. Ellolett Loe Valable last opiates adyllw pc them. Matter the exercise were over it -
.ine *_**_-* ID~aI wimiL-t~uraeR was found that nine inmates of the
meat la Way. J home were converts from oar mieslom
It seems somewhat re'ireksble that shengJ g ase school at Kabe. What a blesng It is
such a thing as a mahogany bo co- With th es i of hats that our coverts from afar ndhow C it
taining an 'seer transit could be and garments, come changes in the is to send ba to Japan and other for
misplaced lo T1asaheeee ia such a way fashion of rings, brooches, braedlets eign countries those who have been eo
as to be MdiSlt to recover. Notdees and nekemhainm. H. N. Sweeting can averted to Christ In our aebools and
have been pbhed tins pr d show you the ltet ehcures in the home lad.
also distributed h t 'l****s.....e __ -----...-- __
in regard to th ,r but withoutre-
The story is this: Between two and
three weeka age a negro wasentrusted -
with a tePesatalag thm transit, at P.
T. Nihelmaone's store, to be deliv-
ered to F. C. lliott. 694 E. Vir- WiV-l A pu see aVMb e a

ginia street It is l ppoed that the m M W&or Am M M- a M--
darkey delivered the box at the wrong
house, but iavatigation has thus far
failed to locate ftw transit or neWgro.V mobemas sasae= e e! i
It would seem Improbable that a nesaro i i e s .,
boy coid poeibl haveany wse for seb u"shteau e d M e em O I u e- HIr
an article. Neither would it be likely 6l mls2eseWu s tea1.L .
that he would dare attempt to sell a I te, saea a a
thing which would immediately attract lea s mN11Sem a9 0-0e6 ief.h1 m e-
attention. Nor would any one purchase s111eim n@1i g am. miMZlaM|
an article of this description from so n r in i r i i e
suspicious a source.
,ooed hheremn at Leoo Camny Comst

Mr. George Hale, the energetie Jani-
tor at the emat house, is making heroeC
efforts to ,the disgusting defae:.
ment o! the a -tndseo sbw af t men e
w spit g% ,am@ = A d6s,
may happen w7 Mr. 0Hae 01o" UmN"a 1 .1.
says it as i Federalor
sate bui~~msld not be.tol- IN 0s a11"11"0"
it is ma the .Jan-
itor 1Wdi the,


I' F

Nor 7


Se ir1 0180

e %9
Iq" eaved fw Joqtat we not

an t iWl4eath, not things
1 Good Lord, forgive.

I HBv been perverse, or hard, or
S If Ihae lo d for shelter in the fold
When Thou hot given me some part to
Good Lord, forgive.
]FPtve the sins I have confessed to
L The%
Forgive the secret sins I do not ee,
That which I khow not, Father, teach
Thou me-
Help me to live.
-C. Mandy Battersby.
Large Wholele Wrks CommeI Oad the
\ Btasae of Mr. Wa. A. Rawls of
Mr. W. A. Rawls, who was born and
reared in Tallahass, is proprietor of
* the Crystal Pharmacy, P-nsacola, said
S to be tho tnest In the South. The gen-
tiema moved to Pemola in 1906.
The True Democrat has received a
beautifully ezeauted booklet containing
S a page ilhistrative of the interior of this
S armacy. In commendation of the
e o of the largest wholesale
drugists In the country writes:
Bruen, Rltehey A Co., Wholesale
Druggists, Iaiporters of Drugs and
toaSmadrle 212 & 214 Fulton
St., ew York. N. .
Mr. Wm. A. Rawis, Pensaeola Fla. :
My Dear Mr. Rawls-I am m receipt
of te descriptive souvenir issued by the
Firt National. Bank and notice the
photo of the Crystal Pharmacy.
When you were here I noticed that
Iu were very proud of the Crystal
Pharmacy, and at that time thought it
probably was a neat store, but to my
amazement when I count up five or six
silent salesman cases on a side it soon
dispels my thoughts and I am greatly
at your having courage
Sput so much money in a drug
t certainly shows you have a live
wn to back you up and must carry a
I large assortment of goods. Had
ought and looked back on the orders
tuavored us with I would have real
that you must have had a fine
Your bank building certainly is a
credit to the town, and I am sure you
are all proud of it.
Thanking you for favoring us in the
way you have, I am, ours very truly,


Ugwrhe"s and .hw bow

d sad ~sbuae
r .tre" witb

a hip sa

DeWitt's Kidnaey and Bladder Pills
are unequaled in cases of weak back.
be, inflammation of the bladder,
matic pains, and all urinary dis-
They are antiseptic and act
ptly. Every case of kidney or
trouble should be attended to
and the aches In the back.
Palms, urinary dimordira
16akta siSma. Don't delay,
WI d are darumL Ge Do
SKidey and Bladder Pillf. R
sil M e. Sold by Tallahassee
o.. s> ..-

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FrTetlence in Materiaf



These are made In al si aes dess In our catalogue
amd direct to co*dr. .
Furnishing Li'mber in all Grades at 14w


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Fail to see my
Window dis -

TT is not by chance
that the HOWARD
watch is the one truly
fine watch made in
The HOWARD Is the reasoned
combination of the finest material
and workmanship ever put into an
American watch.
Every HOWARD is adjusted is
its car, and price-ticketed at the
factory-$35.o00 to $150.oo. The
price is mxur cut.
We are distributors for this dis-



thing that will

interest t he
Ladies of the
State College
for Women. ::

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tiMctive watch. *



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S .

We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons.

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if you are contemplating any kind of building.

Call on us

We can

save you money.
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(Sauccmeor to A. T. RoMMa)


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Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders.

Prompt delivery.

Ring up Phone No. 28-3.
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Meats from my Ntall.


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Our floor.
The Lightest
and Test.

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Running by Trial

Best Painting-have the witnes-
Material, such that even the
Shafts can be Crossed like
a pair of Scissors. Are easily

adjtited by the girth to
Either a Lage or Smal horse.
Complexion giving tope-when
the riders are pale.
Umbrellas, of Superior fittings to
Lthe buggy.:

Variety-in Colors

of Leather

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

Suitable to both

Seller and

mMM, T 4 Purchaser.

Respectfully Submitted


Men's Furnishings.

Stetson Hats.

Manhattan Shirts.

Hanan's Shoes.

Queen Quality Shoes.

The Best In Everything,

Prices Reasonable.

Park Avenue and Monroe St.

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

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.

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T55 TRUE DEMOCRAT .sIu- 111_ wan. tm L M -
m. Since the resent editor of Th.e True -
Democrat arrived In tMr Jkghtftul HoWdA"U
WUKHED VZRT FRIDAY MORNING. little city he has several ti heal the 4 of s .
remark that Tallahasse was p tica &4F~ i ,o r
a iM, asSeondClass Matter Marth 1 IN&. at a finished town, and it wouldM er e- iaomSnio a i
gm rest sO t taum.. riormida. under joy any great amount of bMub or in.- l
A0t OUsan sof March Im. duatrial prosperity, the coovemational- t, o r o
4 Ir 1igo Aists basing their remarks ape the in- I
te lh biphone Building. Corner dam. activity of its people. Notoma eesom- i 3ofh
btme street. Telphon. No. 190. mercially or industrially detualess its were i -nd appt o
l1on. $100 Per Year. in Advance. citizenship so wills it. And every town, BWI were opened the
lRate. on Appicatio. no matter how discouraging Its eviron- the tAwarille sch a
emttd awarded _W
ments, is alive and full of bulmes and ne the lowe /st .t1t t e
The True. Demcrat Is theOff oikc N.wsIpaW progress if its people are alert to their metade with
Tallahassee has sufficient natural ads.* s and in i1 th Variousts i t iof th of d L 060B1
ofLe' t.ow intresto. ertrs Werk the to l be 1ast evemIe a i"vted frlph t6befheir
vantages to sustain quite a population 0, hi .M 0 for tht jbo.plete. ner gsits at the --oit f2ast
.rWhisky adverusements are not accepted but no matter how great these advan- phOe Poe a of gated by th e, Sm fad st- mt;
am serted in this newspaper at any pce or vantages they ca t'promote and sus-o the is s A .
=Wkr any condition. or cIrcumstances. Not aeain themselves. This can only the ematalhad eae mil. eII
gte one haseverappearednit. tainthemele. This can only come unndersted b-u and the 8u- ad improved, mwer lt ol --stod.yaiivtin.7e-i I
Delayed advertsementunderwomnt about through'ithe petical unanimity perin _we- to s tmofelaboratodortsof TAM mm. -. -.
h for each subsequent insertion. Electros and of its people. Tllmah 'as splendid the low~t that light be offered:- aMdflowers and brilliant lights. The, N I
960t matter 15 cent nsper inch each issue. No ad-
late tuter 15 cnt per inh act expire.s Loals Oarray of butiasne and professional men t4r the *ater w asmierstood clearly ditnia room was altb attrative. MrJ. L of runafter contract expir,. Lcoan"o u ,_ M t u lT B ide w ireo- the ke
enflg matter. except newi. amon pure reading Ca Unite thml as to quadruple by fseveralrbide es ir tf W a s o M a t e
setter. F cnts a lin ech ,iue. All chnrces of Bd m opeee uf repator O lawe number' Of gus-ts udd-to the -
lSrtisrnents or anything intended forpeubieS its present populatlMewftia five years, the PM t trove colored bhoohou feas t othe gltt t ot eaiSdk Mr. G. 8. C of Te
ism must be handed in not later than and without a doler of~t ivduailloss, and the were as follows: E.W. and t herich e r oft t bsk adf tnIdSt*" = I
t. to receive prompt attention. but rather to their p t taal al. 000 ChSmih$170.00 bfrits, and of the cotets of th phach 6wit h a herpm stI," Mr. ad sMg. wo, .
Tallahassee, Friday, Nov. 27. 198. Never was a place so devtd tracn- was coruin wad tor ow provided Thea M. lto A. Smith and .
ral advantages as Atl tl ts Fountain, he being t lowest bidder. The men card was t ly deor Milton W., Ruth and hv
Low taxes are not conducive to pub- people have builded there th t pro. The Superatendent was mstructed to sted, and set forth sueh an array ot from Dade CitI, ao tgthe with
lie prosperity. People high taxed are gressive city in a the SWhen estimate the amount of Hyoplat tempting viands that to do them justice the editor of Thim Dem at a
generally well and profitably employed. ever the welfare of Atlanta I t stake boardithat wo probablybe wa ai elbt iiedPk Avekl Avs
President elect Taft will spend the you can almost always expet Its eit. the orde for omit whereeverso it cod be Bondurst. fMia t mire and Mr. mDos't fore be a lChas.
winter at Augusta, Ga. Why did we zenship to moe enmae. purha totheb estavas. .. Keum of the Wa NCollsge, and CbrbyS lAM
not let him know the incomparable ad- Putnam county, in this 0et of A.;. app tr eor the Mr. Albert H. W i of Torronto, tPr y 'ih.
vantages of Tal!ahassee? which the city of Palatka is t tal done to the schmp i es and the Can ., were the tr of Mwas iven. Par of Carr ls a
.- ~-~- ~-~ ~ recently voted a bond issue of $1W,000 noyance in the way of being kept awake dehg tfu treat of muse, violin, piano ssAlm ?arly Wr.tO
Notice is given elsewhere that one for internal improvements, and very at night to the neighbor ersause by the and voles L s ess Mr.
Leon county tobacco company Will at individual in all that section w e a "hole" religious meetings recently Oher diners were: Mr. and Mr.s Ohel
once increase its capital stock from b fin i i held In the school house. Hesalsomade Harry Bethel, Mrs. A. L. Randolph, North mroe street, w will be put
00once itc it An aial sth ebeneficiary. -' objections to any horss being allowed MinsM Pfage Randolph, Mr. Valle, in thorou r f nr feor- thfuturecti
$60,000 to $100,000. And all the others The citizens of Brunswick, Ga., tobe put ide the fence around the Randolph ts of Mr. Danel r. ey ofi elf ad ly.
will soon be doubling up. opposition to the views of govemenmu t schoollot. The school in question be and Mrs. C. A. Shoemseer, Mrs. C. Hon. W. N. Shts atned yster-
It was rum ed on the streets of Tal- engineers who claimed that the project theLakeBradford,.the Boardn, Mrs. Reintte Hunt, of day to speed TbankgvW sIW0111 ome.
lahassee, Monday, that W. J. Bryan was not a practical one,. furnish the St er of the said Lake Bradford t ofBentl e Deamocrat, hwifead Monr.oe, Gan Mrs. J. G. winte
was dead. Probably this was only the capital to dredge out the Brnaswick to exclude the "holiness people" the City Editor, guests of Mr. and Tallahasee, reests of Mr. Lawue, as
echo of a remark heard on the morning harbor to its present depth. with the from school house and grounds, but Mrs. m panel ter, Mrs. N heats.
of the fourth of November. result that the town received an f e off corner of the lot, one on genial propitorof the hotel, Mr. Albert H. Walde. ofToro
ton__scnte northwest so as to provide a suits- Beverly, of A-alichlooa was also pros-
WK who impetus that a real boom came and ble lace for the teacher and upils to Can., is making one of hi
Why don' those Kansas people whomade of the town a prsp city. kep theirhorses, but with e under- Severalralonin eard- parties and a bt oine t1 'alk
Lae thedo rsd dth Mnea-t t hatnorses, bu ti euner cmad hetcadpartieasona, t toesai id as
ta whoare taado cursed and hose Mnnet o thaw ou Later the Federal government paid st that no care was to be made delightful dan at the armory ended al, d hith
tans who are scarcely able to thaw out at the they had to t i i for the erection of said the festiyIties of the oeeasioo. exetionay ne vot a i
within their little stretches of summer k to the ihor lot, etc. l t ^^^^ Judge Ove is the Thanks-
all migrate to this favored country. expended on these harbor nimprove- The report of the Treasurer was ex- I U. .5. S T. ivin iasin a i home In Ap-
al mratetot fa mensr. amine ama found tq becorrect. In S io 0 t
Andrew Carnegie now says that the Neither Jacksonville, Tampa or Pen- The bMebeo 6 826.50 Jaond Hadle n*f Alathe Pre *ded Mr. Samuel Moran, Jr.. of uiay
great steel trust no longer needs pro- sacola knew but little of real pIro ity TheM e onol hand bein fr Cele e o a wa a the Thankgir.,t of ir. h.
section. But Andy has sold out his be- until the people arose in their .n Spe m Tax District fund 4,74096 Mrs. Phelps W lardua i M.
longings in that corporation for $3,000- and by their efforts brought it. .. Tba hn the The Federal Court convened Wadm- hes
000. The other fellows feel different. Perhaps the good people of TAhh- Revenme Special fund 145.50 day, Judge W. B. Sheppard, p siding. o the Koi's 0tra at
--- renaps e good peopl- OMeer, presentare : Private Seetaryy, rs B.A. Mset o'elook
'The True Democrat is glad that the see, content with its delightful war- The tota-lne on hand o Officers pD. Bea; lerk F. M. Marah; Dis- day, Decermbe at 'l
officials of Leon county are doing much rounding as a place of rasldenee i beai -- "* ,'n. trP. t Attore Emmt Wilo. sayDdb hist-
for the improvement of its roads. But not for one single moment consider ts e drawn and as tant, Mr Yoet CWhisf pt h WonderfuL
a bond issue to enable them to do the that its natural advantages for city ar s the folio Ba Marsal, H. Wolfe. Judge Oscar Two asalors tnokd that a adtr w
work aU at once would be a step in the building are far in excess of either of maS to t6d.'78 on the ra H dley, also Is here from A thans following their ship. Not knowing'
way of progress. Good roads bring per- the splendid towns mentioned. And Fuad a .0.00 on the ~.b- to bear cases in which Judge 8ho Mp bow to get rid of It, they threw a
wayofprogress Good road bring p er- the splendid town mentionherue o a totalof$1,868,- is di ald. Thee cases have all chair overboard.
anent prosperity, yet this is true, and The True Drned until the been d of, d Jd H The shark swallowed th, ut s
GovernorBroward told the Tampa will from time to time attempt to rqw meesft la will return home today. followed.
Tribune on the occasion of his recent this paper is more essentially v 1D. 8R. Cox, G. F. Sandain ae A to Seon-: The smlors then threw a box of or-
visit to Tampa that he had nolintention e -s.entollus. Chairman. sp to defr th Unit States.& at"rOvelrbrd tohIt.
of calling an extra session, unless some terested now in the unanimity and good ined $50.00.Ttk swallowed is and i
extraordinary emergency should arise, will of its people. If some organizs- 4PNM NTS. -F. Faglie p tuned ilty tobeinga foLlowed.e
Now the talk on that subject should tion could cement them together on entonced to pay a fin of 10U.00 and tor a moment what to do until one et
ceae public questions these advantageous en- STATU Nol0Lm W OR WOmEN. thirty days in jai. Jal sintece su.- them maid that those on boM should
STallahasseer i vironments would become perfectly Schedule for December. pended on payment of fie. draw lots for wo had to stity e
eborate preparations of T or tlahasse e areinaugu-learto themand fullof inspiration. All pa of the College R. Seer pleaded g tyto charge s k. wo to
elaborate ion of Mr Gilcrist. From the inaug- is ms in"a of devising sbei e to defrad and using
ration of r iGilchrista From all indib There is much in store for Tallahaa ey bew 4 4th 8:16 the U. S. mails to farther said scheme. It tell to aa 014 woman. $o the mal.
nations it will be the greatest and most if the people will get together for the o'clock, t Emma Hall Tar- Sentenced to fine of $260.00. ors toes her. ovsrd. a the ;
dlceessful event ever known in Mid- public good. bett, o0 l T. A. Ausley on trial onchargeof the shark ate ber at me e.
dile Florida.-Palatka Times-Herald. *p O T TC H 15- Friday3 December 11th, 8:15 same nature. Ths did ot conteat the asl wlueb ,
You are right, brother. The people BOW TO PROTECT THE FIS1. o'elock, Mis Sarah YaOey RCivil riit of Lambv. T. P. A o. W* tll toaowed. e e harptea
of Tallahassee have long since deter- Various ways have been suggted Cl eda December 18th, 8:16 rdict of 2,000.00 in favor of t a
that. and legislation devised for the protec- o'clock, Miss Mildred Dalsell, The court is still In aesion. prise It they found to tha
Municipal ownership in Pensacola ap- tion of game and fish in almost every reader. b ---T "--'"S srric e tr l oansie"tfree an p
pears to be a huge wucces s to judge State in the Union. Our Brook.ville SSunday oaft o De ember th, TWO HUN ,o VOT cha 's orngs tr a .
from the operation of the water works contemporary is of the opinion that it Tuesday December 2d, 8:15 Giveala Plae Ceatest Ie Zvery Del- -
plant, which netted the city $6,500 for is the fishermen who need protection, o'clock, r.ect. tldents of School of lar Paid ea Subserlptles. Freeh Water Prem the Oeeanm
t lic first quartr of its operation under In defense of its position it uses the fol- Music. Who the interest of the young Maneama, the printdpal port o e
the rew plan, and promises to bring in lowing arguments: TAL. MaWUn MUSICAL CLUB. Wishoop re inute p thetoMt n Bahrein taland, tpi enter of ti
a larger revenue during succeeding lBYorts should be made to protect our Wsovevhg, December Sd, ladies who are in the piano ootast pearl fshereb, gets Itq resb watar
quarters. It is hol ed that Tallshassee fishermen as well as our fsh. The fish- Collg Se 8 Vock. Reguar It is very essential that every friend from the ocean. Visitors ofte
will be , as fortunate in its re- ing industry is just as legitimate and Eh mees. sd fmceit rally to thehi support now, as the day boats saeho ae, th undre
cent investrr.tnt in public utilities. As proper as the phosphate, turpentoneand a fraed tone at etai d wS foxed, the first day'of t onestry. ho drawmte re, h watme uam
a final analysis it all depends upon the sawmill business. It is just as honest bch da ad aso fSof It will take fistnday work, but aoe at the bottom fth .wante atie.
people who manage them and just as worthy to be fostered as TiebL. December d, 8.0 It will take tnou wo, but sm at the bottom of the w t a.l .
worthy a- ular of those at the very bottom of the list well up stro giy at a -cas nei ,

0- ocee A w* BUo-,-
The newspapers are beginning to any other. Fishermen have just a m eTy t9b'I for btMu mayyet be to w depth, ad thM emat watw ON
k estons as to wh hall be much right to the peaceful pursuit of The beautiful Instrumets will eer- of the tows I ebtA al re
the pruggestions ag ocers in t h e h s their calling as men of any other voca- WOAW CLA thinly be worth aH your eforts. ~e -The esh e ater i a presmd -a
the sidnofficersin the n xt n legis-ation.gThe cry agmmembr.a her twayteither W has ge wsno
lature, and these comments about the tion. The cry against them is that the Sturday ftueM s t Old. armoy. membr that for every dor now pada.
"3Ls- bor for onc subcritio to a Thesau TuDe cr
speakership are noticed: fish will be exhausted. So will the soil, -o nyo t two huedred votes for yero ay.-e te
What's the matter with McKenzie of the forests and the phosphate deposits. amlas Sm sal e. pay p to t le IS a i
The Palatka Herald, for Speaker of It were better to make war upon the Game d I Brnwhat you r owe. blpr upto iewfti of
the next House of Representatives.- enemies of the fish than upon the fish- MrI. W. M of Du iwftoa, ., te lower mL,
csvlTherethn the matter d ermen. Porpoises, sharks and other n Me the l ilcity, G.aSw r4 Pn. water glef pp
r. McKenzie, and if he wants to be buccaneers of the depths destroy moree [ -.......with hi esrs- -*I b WOO
Speaker he will have a lot of friends fish than all the fisherman of the world nt h U a s ', Mr. i n ._ _e_
ready to help him. He would make a put together. DLetroi the porpos the S. S. tA.dpIt. a ma to
splendid presiding officer.-Lake City and sh would soon bome so numer- ft
Reporer'.-....- -.. ous as to be a drug on the market. Our MC i I We lad the plM e in et week at he -
A reduction of taxation is always an fish should be protected, but making 0 ~ mesen 4ths, present at the s '~et the O
interesting subject to read adout. The war upon the Afish industry is not the -e two Wbeatete0u tea* JILL d. I !"
Gainesville Sun, expecting reforms way to do it. Fight their natural ene-. beM ng the sab team of Predf-ay Bide WIUN.' atr pes
along this line from the incoming ad- mies of the sea. ggirls s the 1*** b' g
ministration, says: ohraof----------o -- o *f
The state administration of the past .t MB h
four years has been the most expensive wik ll be t t ote NMac
n the history of FloridaNotwitCASTORhIA l tand. ben aL
bg that property valuations have very A -
much increased, taxes have also been Pfr fIhat &
steadily increased. There is a "screw T.V
loose" somewhere, and it is hoped that s K W a wi
Governor Gilchrist's administration will
seemit in relieving the people to some Dearte
aus t of tho heavy burden under which atwre of
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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 and
Hard Wood.
Mill Plants, Machinery, Hotels and Boarding Houses,
Health Resorts and Hunting Grounds, Stores, Warehouses
and Building Lots for Factories.
Leon County of which Tallahassee is the seat of govern-
ment, is one of the moat inviting sections in the south-
with its red clay hills, gentle slopes and fertile valleys, for-
ests of pine and hard wood fresh water lakes and game,
landscape unsurpassed in the Blue Ridge section of Virginia,
nearness to the Gulf coat with its oyster beds and fisheries,
health and sea side resaE, railroads in six different direc-
tions as well as being th home of culture and refinement,
all tend to make it indeed inviting to the home seeker-its
grazing land. m attested by numerous dairies and herds of
Jerseys, its divasity of crops limited only by a semi-tropical
climate, which for money making, its Sumatra Tobacco has
yielded a $1000 per acre.


Correspondence solicited.
GRIFF, Tallahassee, Fla.
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A Vacation.
A certain scientist In the service of
Uncle Sam at Washington is said to
be a hard taskmaster to both his oe.-
cial and his domestic servants.
Being detailed once to accompany a
scientific expedition on an extended
cruise, the scientist is said to have un-
bent a trifle In communicating the
news to his personal attendant.
"Henry," said be. "how would you
like to go with me around the world?'
"Do we go from east to west, sir?"
asked the man.
"And we lose a day going that way,
do we not, sir?'
"We do."
"Then, sir, I should like very much
to go. It would give me a day off."-
Harper's Weekly.
One Gift $he Missed.
Six-year-old Harry wanted to buy
his sister a little birthday present His
heart throbbed with Joy at the thought,
though he had in his pocket only 10
ceuts. Nevertheless a wLek ahend of
time lie went around the PTliops and
c(alne back with a very satisfied look.
Ills another asked him what he had
"I got her a cream puff," be said.
"Well. you know, Harry." said his
mother, "that won't keep fresh for a
"That's what thought after I
boighbt It. mother," replied Harry
calmly. "and so I ate it."-Ladles'
Home Journal.
How Fast He Could Go.
A breeder and trainer of race horse
who Is known almost as well In ng-
land as be Is here recently sold a
horse to an Englishman. TheB English-
man before paying for the horne quib
bled a bit about the price and then
"You know, I'd like to see the bore
first Just to see bow fast he can go."
"Never mind about that," said the
trainer. "He can't go any faster than
I can tell lt."-New York Sun.
Family eoret.
"That's papa's picture." explained
the little girl to the caller who was
looking at a framed photograph on the
piano. "You wouldn't know It unless I
told you 'cause It's got a smile on the
face."-Chlcago Tribuue.
Dodging the Water.
Codstable-Come along. You're got
to hare s bath. Tramp-A barf I What,
wiv water? Constable-Yes, of course.
Tramp-Couldn't you manage It wtv
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54 inch Suiting, regular 75 grade, now
54 inch Brilliantine, regular 75e grade, now
36 inch Plaid Dress Goods, regular 35c glde,
29 inch Plaid Suiting, regular 25c grade, ow
36 in. Black Tafieta Silk, regular $1.75 grade
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Ve ilh Ruchiag, Chiffons, Maline, Velvets, If you could take an X-ray and
Largest line of Baby Cap* ever Velvet Ribbon, Medallions, Aplique Collars and see the inside goodness of the cloth-
Lstw ine of Bby p 2 5 to $ 0 Ties. ing we sell-in justice to yourself
shown in Tallahassee. 25c to $1.00 Combs, Barretts, Hair and Wire you wouldn't buy that suit or over-
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Wanted the Other One.
A handsome and neatly dressed young
woman was walking down the street
the other day, followed by her favor-
ite dachshund pup. It was market
day, and the pavement being some-
what crowded caused the dog to get
some distance behind Its mistress.
Fearing It would lose sight of her, she
called, "Come along, sir!"
A would be wit who was near step-
ped up to her and with great politeness
said, "Certainly, miss."
"Ah," she exclaimed as her pet came
running up, "you have made a mis-
take! This is the puppy I called."--
London Tit-Bits.
"I have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for many years. with Increasing'
satisfaction. They take the kinks out
of stomach, liver and bowels, without
fuss or friction,'" says N. H. Brown of
Pittsfield. Vt. luarantped satisfactory
at all druggists'. 25c
t Knew Them at Once.

Perils of Our Dwelling Houses.
The scholars In one of the Fuchow
Chinese schools were re ently desired
to write an essay in E!Iglisli on the
subject of "Which Are thlie liailthier.
Chinese or F'reign Dwellling l ouses?"
One young iian "spook" about the
matter with his "friends," and they
snid that the "Chinese building is
mu,'h better than foreigners." This,
he ndds, was the "senses of their de-
"The foreign building Is too high
and coverless and always built on the
top of the hill. In the summer time it
receives the most beat from the sun.
The people who living in it is the same
as putting in the stove, but in winter
It Is fully filled by the sharp air
which cut the faces of whom living in
it. So that the foreigner is competed
to put themselves on fire. The fare
would do our bodies harm. As we
were prepared our dinner; we put the
beef on the fire by and by the beef
dry In that case the of course man
would dry too."-London Telegraph.

The vicar appointed to a living In an
old English village was anxious to re- Walt Whitman's Pride.
store his church. On either side of Whitman's grandmother was a
the porch were grotesque, not to say Quaker, and the bard had been all his
hideous, faces that had become almost life used, Quaker fashion, to sitting In
hidden. The vicar bad these ancient the house with his sombrero on itf t
tees worked up until their features suited him to do so. One day, with a
were made distinct. Then he took a friend, he entered the gloomy and half
very old lady of the parish to see empty precincts of Trinity church,
them and jokingly asked If she could New York, and took a back seat In the
tell him who they were. "Why, bless obscurity and for a moment forgot to
.my heart, sir." said she. peering at the remove his hat or was probably just
old ornaments, "it's you and your good about to do so when an officious verger
lady!" stepped up and requested him to take
it off. Walt, a man of Immense pride.
RAW LUNGS. not seeing fit to do so instantaneously
When the lungs are sore and In or being very slow In his mental proc-
flamed, the germs of pneiiumonia and eses, was taking the matter Into con-
consumption find lodgnment and miul- sideration for a second when the
tiply. Foley's Honey and Tar killsked the offending hat of
the cough germs. cure% the most obst- erger knocked the ofending bat of
nate racking cough, hi-als the lungs his head. Walt picked up the huge
and prevents serious results. The felt and, doubling It together, smote
genuine is in the yellow package. Sold the fellow vigorously twice or thrice
by all druggists, with It on the head and slowly left
in a Bad Way. the church, the red faced sexton fol-
"Hera is a. doctor who says you lowing and threatening him with the
mustn't eat when you're worried." lw.
"But suppose you're always worried A HAIR'8-BREADTH ESCAPIg.
for fear you ain't going' to get anything Do you know that every time you
to eat Y'-Cleveland Plain Dealer. have a cough or cold and let It run
on thinking it will Just cure itself
Couldn't Scream. you are inviting pneumonia, consump
"I was afraid you'd scream when I lion or some other pulmonary trouble?
hised you." a Don't risk It. Put your luani bk la
"I didn't dare. Mamma was in the' perfect health ad stop that gWeug
atet room and would have heard me." with Ballard's HOM6ea m .
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lt. BDeaoma it ave a good burn.
2nd. aSaome a 0aeI the yield
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grown with other rtlhier.
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With kindetregards, we are,
Yours truly,
D. A. 8Aew, President

S QUIncy, PLA.. October 10, 1908.
Vaomi-CAnAaou CMnMICAL Co.,
H SavensGah, 0.
S. PAM Ia-E-We have ujed this year
A* o (2) tons of your Pnosaro-ALRAL
ae our tobacco plantation and must
pay that same has proven up to our
entire satisfactioa. We have given
our mixture a thorough test and can
highly recommend it to anyone who
wishes to produce a first-class burn of
tobacco, which is very necessary.
We will place our orders with you
for our entire needs for the coming
aseemo and trust that you will be for-
tunate in selling a good deal of It ln
this community. .
Very truly yours,
By Moa Wedeles, Manager.

S AwTarAmers, GA., October 20, 1908.
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GsmTaxmam-'be special shade to
ba be formula, Pfaosu A .Au, with
SPotassaum Nitrate, purchased fre

m --1 -.and o

d4" OINym htvewhaTMyouhAw1 be
*eat gowrs sy of i4After thorough

'you and used on my crop of headed
dela lest tobaoo, and on some other
ahade crops, has proven perfectly sat.
IsbAtery. I used those goods in con-
nection with cotton-seed meal ina the
propertloss of 1.000 pounds of lasP-
r1o-ALKAA to 8,000 pounds of cotton-
seed meal per aere, and think this is
the right proportion, as the growth
was entirely satisfactory, as well a
the burn, texture and all the other prop.
*rtles that a first-claa, shade-rown
crop should have.
I feel sure that you have at last
struck the proper formula and one
that "fully supplies a long-felt want,
and, as loug as I grow shade tobacco
and you hold the goods up to the pres-
et standard. I shall give you my
busMes for myself, tenant and cuo-
As a further advantage that this
P3oarvO-ALKAz has over all other
formulas that contain potash ls that
the other goods leach all the plantV
food out of the land, while this one
(Phopho-Alkall) adds to the proper-
tUe and also produces a tobacco that
burns perfectly, which is all the use
that potash is to the tobacco.
X. WiHUame.

Tobacco Grower

October 22, 1908.
Vamrna-CamoIux CHKMICAL Co.,
Bavannah, Ga.
GOrxTumsx-The burn, color, texture
and weight came up to all of my ex-
pectations, and In fact were superior
to any crop I have heretofore made of
shaded tobacco. The weight per acre
was fully one-third more than where
I used other fertilizers and amounted
fully to 1,450 pounds per acre.
I have nine (9)' foot shades and the
tobacco grew through the top slats
after it.had been topped. The leaves
ran from twelve (12) to twenty-four
(24) inches In length. I counted as
many as thirty-four (34) leaves to the
stalk. I used your PHOaPHO-ALKAU On
virgin soil, and of course there had
never been previous applications of
other fertilizers. 1 planted this to-
baeo, grown with your goods. fuUl
two weeks after planting the balsane
of my e op made with other fertillarU
and it matured at the same time. 'Te
growth up to harvesting w"a very unl-
form. .. Yours truly.
J. 0, Aotford.

T. M. SCOTT, Grower
So~tLWrA FLA, October 19, 1908.
VmoGIu-CAaouLN C NMICAL co.,
Boennasa, G.
G wtmxxs-I am highly satisfied
with results. The burn was excalet,
the color and texture was uniform s d
the yield per acre was more tuha
I expected and above the average yield
of crop of tobacco I have made Ia the
The results had by parties to whom
I sold was equally as favorable as '
those obtained by me. I feel that I
*can recommend your formula to grow.
ere of shade tobacco.
Yours truly,
2'. N. woot.

Tallahah m Preed Brick Co.
TA.S.aXa FLA.*,
October 21, 108.
869a"A'h. G.
GaNrLusmm-The ramt were so en-
tirely satistaetory that.v with plea-
ure, add" our teatlmoe fM the numer-
ous endorsements y receiving
regarding results o d by other
growers who have used It
The yield we obtalne wMas over 1,200
pounds per acr. Thlmburn was ex-
cellent and the color aM texture very
uniform. We pooled 'lhterests with
the Leon County Tobaeeo Association,
of this place, and our tobacco was ao-
cepted amongst the highest grade
now beina handled by them.
* We will use your PHosPrno-Ar.X -
exclusive of all other potash mixtures
on our next crop.
Very truly yours,
Per L. 0. Yeager, President.

Leon County Tobacco Coa' ipy,
Growers and Packrs
TA-LAAitssx, m 'LA.,
October 1900.
VonrMA-CAaoLqA CuEMMcAL o.,
Savaoaah, Ga.
GzNrLmm-x-The burn, color and
texture of the tobacco grown with the
above fertfllser was satisftatory in
every way. The heavy growth, to-
gether with advantages above men-
tioned convince us that it is a desirable
Very truly yours,
lAO OUXNT TOnAooo Co.,
V. r. Balkcom, Manager.


, Virginia.Carolina Chemical Company


Qut art and

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So imbpekmftlt to

Be as careful as you can you will
SeeSsionaHly take Gold, and when you
fo, get a medicine of known r=Ua1S-
SIty on that has an establiseBtd ru-
Sta, Mad that Is certain tolt a
M1 buch a medicine Is =amber
ala's Geouh Remedy. It ha galted a
twrld-wde reputation by remark-
abe cares of this most o mmoft asl-
meat, and can always be depended
upon. It acts oa nature's place, re-
llev s the lunp, aids expeaUtion,
opeas the secretions, an4 ales astre
In restoring the system to a healthy
conditloa. During the mey yards in
which tf haa been Ii gearal se we
htave yet to learn of a msbgle ease of
ISM or attack of the grip having re
silted la pummonia whe. this remedy
, a- uaesd. which abows ea0taslvely
that It is a certain prevette of that

Maly tealbas so 'pium or
Wisbl 4 S"MW beSivB aj
MU toea ay aa to am W.

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0 ouroe or joy,
"*What seems to be the U wlth
Mrs. Brown that she's allng
Wbhy. poor thing, ehbe% .is- of
thuse newfangled disease .,
"She bha? My. bow totaate ash
is, to be ara Hero rve hwe nothing
more stylish thmn lumbag4 ad I'm
three years older than she la.O-Detroit
Free Press.

Smart Set Egli.
The speech of the smart ana and
woman sucitently betrays the mod-
erm attitude. To speak good Nglsh
if middle clawg The modem oabu--
lary ta very small, and the p eter
part of it is composed of dan-Black
sad White.
tuek to It.
SHer Husband-If a man sa is, no
atter what it is, be wWlU U. to re-
pet it His Wife-During OW eoMrt-
aB you used to steal klses mb me
oar HuBband-Well, you beam wbt I
eaid i-mis,.

Jack-The fortune teller

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(Incorporated In 1905.) (Captal $50.000.)

wnuufacturers of

Favorite Brand Fertilizers

Dealers in

Agricultural Chemicals

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 COrdui, sold everywhere for $1. My price 75c.
Wine of Life for Women, sold everywhere for $1.
My rice 75c.
Foley's Honey and Tar, regular price 50c. Here 40c.
Foley's Honey and Tar, regular price 25c. Here 20c.
Dr. Bell's 4 4' 50c. Here 40c
"4 4t o 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.

Test Style Golden Oak $4
fmiendus 14.95 and we'll i a k ii k ilip you this rocker reg~u itrlv e Kat: t retai I b o 11sI hor $7~.91. os4ton lleather
seait an~t ti'.k with French rizfl~e at top. Made of oak,
tlnhulied gol..n R,0 i'ii'u~iy pill -h, oI. Mahogany finish if
tle~irrii. Yw i c~iii ! Iots uC money by buying dkeg
froms the faec%.-yt''.t lti%-liimiixr lhi big lals. makes nt~
but c:18~rs a :,,t :-' t: ciillH;i t ihr t-in t le SouttaIt *yes I
~vbdesule-s ~ oil hrai wy furvi l.It ciar-,ug nih! tetnallgi
proalt..COur bij free vtoie s'~ows overr Zr) different
ki-Ils of c~iiiur4 lui a 4rlor, di,'ng ~rooml, kitheiu.:, porch.
lawn, %tot#-, office a:1..iw-4 niid s*. lit.. all at lowest bag-
gain piirvo. cvcry c~iriir guaraittred exactly a14 TC)3I-
oentcd or your mtonmy back. You take no risk what
erer. Mail postal to-day for Catalogue and special
Chittmas List. Means dollars in your pocket. v
CRUIACM.FACThhY. kim wMumi m ft Jamanav& R

F. Ir. LY MAY. P. H. TOMlAS.

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

| Brick, Lime and all kinds of

J Building Material

I From the Lowest Grade to the Highest.
I Our Long Suit is Best Prices and Prompt Delivery.
SLgWl e n ouc No. 249.
| Can us *p at Our Epnse

L[Office ia Store f Thmas & Ward Co., Qoacy, Fla.

S 5O pW ceatM of your Shoe 1W by hevbt
Repairtyour Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisaetion guaranteed.
Also we have in cww.tion with my aoe business the
Cleni, Dy ad Pressing. "t-Cles Workmn do this work. Your eM
stm new little money. Fst-Clam Tailor Repairs and Makes Cthe
to t. Old Panam Hats Clad d Made New. No take.
No. 343 o St,.oY Tdphome No*. .

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So must this Entire Stock of Merchandise. We are over-stocked, we fully realize thip ..
fact and how anxious we are to move this stock we will leave you to Judge by the prices we.. i
make on the entire stock. Price wl be Sacrificed and many items you will find marked bi i
low Cost of production. Our on ai Is to turn this- Merchandise into Cash. You need the
goods we need the money-thesT the facts in a nut shell.' We have had Sales before but
none such as this one we will in4g rate on

Thursday, Decmer and Lasting Until December 25th.

giving you aim st 22 days of Exceptional Bargains.







Dry Goods Departnes t. Dress Goods Departwmmt.
Tart wide Sea Island, Scvalue The bet Breadeloth, $1 and VT b
UiJ Oylard"to a customer. a a -
..t Calicoes, hasothers ask up 100 pieces Fancy Cplored D Goo&,
I Black Catprice 4c markeddown tocostandles. -
Ualt, 10 yards to a customer.
d wide Bleaching, the kind Black Drss Goods, in W ry eaneova-
T w in, the k ble weave at mnovng prices.
Limit, 10 yards to a customer. i
b12 and Sousine Silk-you know whatothm
Te vy best Percales, 12 1-2 and ask. The Black Cat Sale let you
15 yae a at 9 3-4c feast on it at 29

VT good Percale, 8 and e10 kind,
%T Black Cat Sale cuts it out to
yuat .

Bed Ticking, the lOc kind, to go out
at 7 -sc

Standard Table Oil Cloth, others ask
Me for. Black Cat Sale per yd


100 yards cotton Suitings, worth up
to20c and dandy patterns, to goat lOc

AM Wool, Fancy Tricot Flannel,
others ask 25 to 36c for. The
lack Cat way gives it to you at Zkc

Black Peau de Sole Silk, yard wide,
6c the $1.25 knd. In this sale -

Hosbery and Iderwer.

Ladies' Good Black Hose, excep-
tional good value at per pr -

Ladies' full fashioned 26e and 5e
Hose, to go in this sale at per pr

Children's Black Ribbed Home, some
thing out of the ordinary and
worth 12 1-2c pr. The Blak Cat
Sale gives them to you at -

100 dozen men's black Sox, worth





w 1ars WUooi Lres o 0 to 12 -2, at per pr
values ranging from 50 to 75c.
Ourn goes at -9 100 dozen men's Fleece Lined Un-
-- der Shirts, always sold at 50c.
Unbleached 9-4 Sheeting, extra val- Black Cat Sale gives them to
as 17c you at, each 3c

26 dozen full sized Bleached Sheets, 60 dozen Ladies' Ribbed Vest, al-
worth 60c. The Black Cat Sale ways sold at 25e. In this sale, ea. 19c
give them to you at 39
A full size heavy double Cotton We have too many-prices to move
Blanket, worth at least $1. In tbem-That's All.
tbobale c
500 Ladle's White H. 8. Handr-
Exceptional values in Wool Blankets, chiefs, worth Sc. In the Black
Marked to Move. Cat Sale 2c






Swap your Dollars for

ly-te-Wer Departmenf. Men's am Boys' Clothig.
wa Wast, some White
Ssoe U eolor. We have eoodensed our emte stock of
r~t~6%eeSach. Men's clothing. and placed all In three
ltyiUlt ye fet grops:
Group 1-Consists of Men's Black

anM Fancies, in prices- in
from$ 10 to $12, bat we *
Markedthm at the uniform prie*
of 97.75
Group 2 Embraces our entire stock
of Men's Black and Fancies, that
have hemtoforeW sold at $1 .50 to
$16.50. Duringt the Slack Cat
Sale, you get them at $3.75
Group -Consists of Men's High
Grade Blak and Pcnk Suits,
made in tho vr ast style
and formerly ol at$8to 1. Ia
thi ale you gt the pick of the
flock at t1.7I

O Boys' Suit, worth $LBO, to go
inthis saleat .

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Our Values

Mihcelaaseeus Dep

19LsWft L1 m SGOW DU am%
forbutb a

00 Ladies Black and Colored Straw
S tam that T have be am-
in e for llthe tinM,
ae you atiafy yourwanat s

100 Lees' Trimmne HNea at. H@

100 all LienFi dTowwe, which
havy 1. -onidr 2d e--apat e.
to golthe BlskCatalaat I

Bia of Tble Line to be oMat
B 1 o1 former prices.

S Better Boys' Suits from*$1.39to $4." ot Ok Fams,
f rMu f sow asto6 in the ustal
500 Cloaks to at tts sale-and we -
have put em them t l Boy' Knee Pants from 9 to 79e

___ptB p" 500 pairs Kn's Pants, at prices that All Conft Gtva, M, Neu
In8bywill appeal tq all cloe buyeIrs. t, *o d,,
t -- to tes eale at s tk e .tltet -
0mad PlaM Coats Dreams Md Overcats.
this tMat t. We have a big U.e of Overoats that
T -d we want to ove.d
lar vaseplyaaCta t -e lets
thev aeyasf $5.98 100 Mn's odd Fk Coa, in Black ear** meat *
$1&.50 and 3 I leobe to ow
at Wi fB tht" dep rtmt we
Nome resmn, aItMM .. arked theadew I ths ealse to OthR Bat portl. '

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Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
We will just mention a few
Rperials all prices on Shoes Cut
to the Quick:
Ladies' Genuine Dongola Shoes,
worth $1.50 at, 98c
Men's good work Shoes, the $1.50
kind at, 98c
Walk Over Shoes are also Re-
duced in this Sale.

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SMy a k of Watches, and Diamond Mounted




, Bracelets, Lockets, Collar Pins,
;Pirs and Fobs is complete.


fail to see my stock of Silver Ware, Cut

J. C. Goodwin, of RIldvllle, N. C.,
says: "Buckleam Araiea Salve Is a
saureenough knocker for ulomers. A
had ope ^ae n my Wlet --fer.
obut that wonderful save knocked it.
S Ut In a few runds. Not even a sar
reInfilsed." Ouarantmed for Idim,
r sores, burns, etc. S6c. At all drug-
S gists'.
| dWerUlda COInes Seidlegm.
The Japanese soldier coaslders It a
dlsgW eto bedirty. 0olderM f other
matlemaltl an "em always evrpar-
cular, but, as Mr. KMpling Ma aung:
.Okh, east l east, ma west is wel, sad
.sys ill4 tweto easll met
However, the Japanes military man
n not provided y a atef and e
s* aiemt govemiRet wtth a portable
b. those wihatb active ser wte I
SW Vi- wa to work to der
tam the mecesary adjunct to hisl rb
The Chinese, for reasons of their
own, manufacture lop anI lac-E Jams,
whose diameter tI ts"of a wf ters
nabn drain. toeme&- to a- big
Japp ., that one might Jaut a wen
Shave a ath standlf up at lying
Aberdingly Wd h1Mes da In-.
terred a jar, biM a tfumm ba-mtb
amm" ait -*". s"b

1 NUeamusttb dmat l athe yWanbd-

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Inemn.ia and Alarm Cleeks. A co f L t "0 y brtand the Vanity of the Peaeok.
The patient complained at Insomna. o. ,silM aIDis.r Our favorite and much petted pea-
"You must get analarm clock aa te* January teach eack, says a correspondent of the L
o.ce," mad the physielan. -- ioft h. J- a=-dire-t. officer don Spectator, can be kept happy amq
-The patient stared. N i the busne Os fd .t3 oap len gth of time looking at his refiectia
,I mean It. What time do you wak- will e the d waken he hed as aeermMad, are na fled shal be W.E. In the window pane or in a looking
lly nla the nihtr A. to.theMt mfth uMdent T. H. Hall Predent. He comes In dally to tea, mak-
"Two o'clock lately.f eate mern ar. a 0. W. sM Mand 8. Brinson C. R. Ing no mistake about the hour, ad
e the alarm for ffteen minutes em.tpattie s St ~i, W.L. Smth and T. H. Hall Di-i spends much time en route In gang at
before I As soon a it strikes, get d i the Sate florsid. sdI As.ICLB vn. himself as he appears in the glass eo
Mp, dress for the day and take a walk W. a The hihet amount of indebtdness or liability the French windows by which he ea-
of not less than two miles. Do not go h. te t can at any time subject tern the room. If I am sewing and do
to bed again that day under san elr. at. e AnyrcuEvn.L not speak t6 him when he comes Into
tnce nor take a ap, even alt- _Tenames and resident and the s ers the room, he will gently put his head
tOing t your chair. a l Weorotators, toetse with the number of quite close, almost touching my riga
"Te next night set the alam at a A W OOIPOAION. M trited for by eh one are as follow or needle, f he likes bright thin
.rter pst 2. TYou wll a'ep Ith ~e~hr- .aISmith. Attapulgus. LGa. shares. till I have to give up working and taf
y Get up as before and CL. Wa. ,Irwnf Gbrla. rs to him as with a small child whom o e
take another two mile walk. thDrm S BI 1srihnoa.. 10share. is afraid of pricking.
"Te third might you can venture to .A1 1 Th1.B1a2. T Lse X. har.
mt alarm at Repest the walk. a-e Ud arraihll a The powe to makeand alter by-laws shall be in Lost Charm of the Wayside Inn.
If you are not cured by that time, you Ralhead and Lag d ts the directors; but by-laws made by the director The Inns of England, celebrated by
will be a more difficult eae than anyi h tdi a. nd Ms. idbe o l o the t.sitoZot nh- Harrison and famous far and wide t
I have had bwhetofore, but if the habit A., so im n. oEaioS of th state of Plorida tany lace the beginning of the last century, have
of lying.awake is not broken begin~~tTem eof the business to be tires. ~ pe tis times, to be Axed inthe b degenerated into sad places which w
beek at IJ o'cloc again and rpea~t."-,. ~smudby maidpers shaol le tion shell b eJ -er upon the call of the prmident ore majority of
back at olo again and repeat"-nthedirectoupon notice to be preribd n the visit only of necesslty. Little did
New York Pres. waytrames poit te eorg. ierMand Ala. bi-law, or at any time or place to be unaninm- 8tephenson think when he proposed
baoss Ralwv actor, s oIr FAore, y agreed 'pon by the directors. the 0 eunP Wakull, "ow to a In witn wheeof said subscribers have here. the line from Manchester to Liverpod
IT'S A CRIME teorsmV t the Wg 2 tontt hirhand. this the9th day of October. that he would ruin the wayside Inns
t 3 W. .SMITH.
Toj-eglec; your health. The Iorst kalla, In the ta CC. BaowN. of England and kill the art bf cookery.,
negftct that you can be guilty of la to p'S aiSr ld -- G. AGAN*, -Blackwood's Magazine.
Isto road to be tS. BNSON,
allow of lpatlon IIblatae~M.%aa* aMy s.itchs. d 5 W lOat aILd TH oW H. ALL.
vI dr bvAwel trouble to amfn et It switches. ,.*. ,, Ineorportor. A Raassurina Truth.

Is posoning your entire system, sad
may lead to a serious chrome 4lpease.
Takeallath's Herbine aOm abso-
lutely well. TbhAre cure or a a an
all traubIles of toe am an-
bowels. S Bold by Hardesmlth Co.,
* PaW ltsf a

ftate of Georia.
county of Decatur. I
Befr. me. the undersilned authority, a Nota-
w PNbUe f the aboe nsmed eou ty end state.
e anme W. Smith and 0.W.Hauan
c. BrwsMW S. dBrimon. personally known
me to be theIndividuals who subscribed to the
arele iftegmutea. AdMaeeafly ms-
wtht they w substed ad mwuted
me tfw the purple thadl stated; bam e-b
WIeltllsed I .d fith tonut.

day of Otober. I 3.l
( )W.G.W.CTsa,
Notary Publc of abse ns-dmnty
Md ate ComA hoeMloxern MA 5th sf May, I IL

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A lady on one of the ocean line
who seemed very much afraid oft ee
bergs asked the captain what woua
happen In case of a collision.
The captain replied, "The Iceberg
would move right along, madam, just
as If nothing had happened." And the
old lady seemed greatly relieved.--fe-


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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 Igbest.


1st Choice

Is one of the best sold by the Jesse French Piano Co., of N mtIL.
Ala., whose advertisement appears in this paper. It Is a fto DL
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding board, protected
pins, ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, etc., etc. and As a a bu i
finished mahogany cape. Its net (not list) value is $850.00. It
beauty to see, a melodious charm to hear! Go me it at
2nd Choice,
Is one of the best pold by the Boston Piano & Music Co. of lowe C .
Iowa. Cote, C 28.' This Piano is 4 fL 9 in. high; 5 ft. 2 in. lon. It
is built with the best material and by the best workmen that th
country can produce. Tone, its sympathetic quality, depth i
finement, are characteristic of the Cote tone. Finished in Maho M ,
with the Cote high quality and polished after the most approve -
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 say time
during contest by placing name accompanied by coupons to theimount
of 100 votes in any one of the ballot boxes as follows: Ca2tal City
Pharmacy, Holmes Drug Company, P. T. Nicholson's Jwelry Store
and at the office of The Weekly True Democrat. Vote your aooponE
weekly, those cliped from the paper, subscription coupons and thos
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 ChinaGla and GranteWa
Articles. China Glass and te
Will give one vote for every Will give one vote for every
cent paid for articles purchased cent pai1 for merchandise pur-
from them. chased from them.

JEWELER. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, ats.U
Gold, Silver and Cut Glass. Goods, No s, Soes, ats.
Mea's FPraIls s. Merch- TTdutg.
Will give one vote for every Wien i o o oe
cent paid for articles purchased Wil ive one vot for every
from him. cent paid them for merchandise.


Grocers, Confectioners, Bakers. Fine Funtture a Specialty.
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, toa ver' s *. Tof Tr.e Di nad
will appear a voting coupon goed tor wv
Vehes ad H arneotesto be east for the lady tof you we
For ew pakidn-advance sub riptiom.
coupons will be issued as follow:
1 |Will give one vote for every one ymar lf otes,:
cent paif f(or articles purchad six oou ot
from him. Thle month a vote

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"'
disinterested parties, different people being asked to serve each;w.e.
They will attest the correctness of the count.
1. No employee, attache* 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 eoatroversy may be referred to
the conductors of the contest, who alone are the persons qualified to
render decisions.
8. In the event a candidate decides to withdraw from the race
such candidate will not be allowed to transfer votes to the credit of
another candidate in the contest. -M


.See Coupon Elsewhere
,'-' *.* :t,^< ^ t A

ii Ma rt s

there t finding wq i
mo however :v are
co irefore t a e
toaM tore-g the w iww
Sainted "
S Wofth

bealy aof the ao y ,

make*adlty fapoe.
ex i mW odef oV
erence *Wcb ebe Baay people."

Afloat en Hot Ar.
Members of the ease of repreenta-.
tives are fond of poking ftn at the
dorid Mstle of speech affected by a cer-
tain congressman, who Invariably bon-
tribut aomeh "hot air" to any debate
In with he may participate.
On one occasion the politician In
question ventured to air bis views
touching a financial act under conoid-
eatha, when be drew the following
uibMld observation from an opponent:
."Our able and adventurous friend
has undertaken to present his views
upon this question. In this be re
minds me of a beautiful swan breast-
lb the oe with arehed neek aad
wings outspread to catch the glint of
the me, movir alofa In sereme ad
stately upldor, but blissfully neo-
* cions o the unfthbnmmble depth@ be-

He Explained.
At a saol one day a teacher, hav-
ls ased most of his puplU the dif-
ftreao between an Iland and a pefln-
esla w eI ut receiving a -tifeetary
*wgr, came to the last boy.
S1ean explain It, sir," said the bright
, th. L "First get two glasses. F1
mes with water and the other with
milk. Then catch a fly and place It
In the glass of water. That fly Is an
island, because It Is entirely surround-
ed by water. But now place the fly In
the glass of milk, and It will be a
peninmvt1 because It is nearly sur-
ioundedy W water.'
The bar went to the top of the class.
FulMa 's Power ef Thought.
Robert ton possessed to a remark-
deagree e power of concentrated
studied French, Italian
ad ermsa. o acquired a proficien-
cy In the tM languages. Higher
mathmatlcs, phy9 cs, chemistry and
p -pec v a O demanded his atten-
o he progre sd in scientific re-
" ,-Ift Led'. *
tse abe was n l the altar at last'
remarked the 4 buiSe
"Led!" re* 4Os bride's dearest
friend. "tIol you didn't ee
her. She didn't W a be led. When
she started doMe you old't
have driven s a regIment of
cavalry" r'L~ph.

"Irs three
this city." -a
tObed hi bs
*"I don't fMt
ed the waiter
that was left

SI was tin
r as hbe f.

~*up do aim3
. t* e olr NO.-

The "dble wb@Uy
abovo the ISO* ow
from MaxIsMIK6
w me at
Tromim IL


pI are-oua e tr*
stored with me WeV a& o-I
change he Ior the Im-i t

xoeeImt NO.t1 Avle-.
Mrs. M. M. Daviso, at No. 81T 01-
ford Ave.. San Jose, CaL, says: The
worth of Electric Bitters as a e
family remedy, for beada mu, s
nees and torpor of the lver sat bow-
elas I so pronounced that I am pr"'pt-
ed to amy a word In Its tav or, for t
benefit of theme seeking relief from
affictom. There Is more health for
the digestive or s la bottle of
Electric BMtte" than i any other rea.
edy I know of." Bold under guarantee
at all drug stores. Ws.

MU FtL....

s... We.*eN ... a.s
Mop, lm. m. w. oWba.L i$a Fm&a.
MNwak soism ft Weduml Vk at as T

DamE. 1et a m. sL diWns inad- M a11
beereffil ot IWO# swap .>
day Whelat1a.In.
d Or Us aL2k a. Bdl
* o'ck h. m.. In te te foamt ream. eee.
the amtof thipolm ns. Y mb
albo "mda a (:Kota Sdle Ma M
=ac bialopml4
LM oMa. 4 Id= aIwk boIwsdo I s is -l
ng fhm 10 to W

daystir & e. Meua the wo sat f6 am.
For Chronto Diarrhoea.
"While In the army In 18U I Was
taken with chroale diarrhoea," says
George M. Felton of Bout OGiboon, Pa.
"I have since tried many remedies but
without any permanent relief,- aUtil
Mr. A. W. Miles, of this place, per-
suaded me to try Chamberlain's Col0,
Cholera and Diarbef Reemedy, one
bottle of which stopped it at oeae."
For sale by Tall ssee Drug Co.

For Sale!

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


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olicitomL and ow eel a.
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25dm Ld opure

5 ceAts each


A Full Assortment of the New

Packed in beautifully boxed sets. Two Hair Bows and one
Sash to a set, or six assorted Hair Bows. Made especially
tor sash and hair bow use. Stand up and keep their shape
and freshness.
$2.oo per set and upwards.



All up-to-date fashion centers about
the Directoire figure.. Modified, of
course, to a large extent for practi-
cal purposes, but nevertheless the
long, slender, graceful lines, the
snug hip, the close back, the trim
bust line, these are all in the real
figure of fashion.



Produce these modish lines to per-
fection. Equal in style, grace and
ease to the Parisian models, they
are sought and demanded by up-to-
date dressers everywhere. '.&
A model for every figure--$1 to $3.


** 1 School time, more hard
knocks and rough wear, and
Protruding knees, and heels
and toes, unless you buy stock-
ings that will ptand the rack-
et. That's "CADET" Stock-
ings. Specially made to resist
the strain. Knitted in yarn
of twisted strands-best grad-
es of selected cotton-all wear
points reinforced with special
.* *"CADETS" are ri p-proof
and rub-proof. Read the guarantee on the box top.
If you want to save in stocking expenses, buy "CA-
DETVisit our Hosiery De25r.partment.
Visit our Hosiery Department.




For Thanksging week we pat on sale many



ing Linens.

in Table and House keep-
Note the following prices:
Table Linens.

All Linn Tabk Damask, 68 In. wide, regular price 85c.
Sale pr 69c yd
AU Lmen Table Damask, 72 In. wide, regular price $1.25
Sae pice 98cyd
Al LIaen Table Damask, 72 L wide, regularprice $1.50
Sale price $1.29 yd
All L Table Damask, 72 In. wide, regular price $1.75
.- $1,49yd

Mercerized Table Damask.
Mercerized Table Damask, 56 inches wide 35c yd
Mercerized Table Iaunask, 60 inches wide, regular price 65c
Saleprice 49c yd
Mercerized Table .Damask, 64 inches wide, regular price 75c
Sale price 59c yd

luck Towels.
Linen Finished Huck Towels, red borders, size 19 by 38,
regular price 20c. Sale price 15c each
Linen Fiihed Huck Towels, red borders, size 17 by 31,
regular price 12 yc. Sale price lOc each

Bed Spreads.
One case large size honey comb Bed Spreads, Beautiful as-
sortment of patterns, regular price $1.25. For next
week 98c each

One Case Cotton Sheets, 72 by 90, seam in center, regular
price 50c. For next week : 39c each

Pure LMk Sheeting, full 90 In. wide, regular price $1.50
Sepilce $1.25 yd
re Sheeting fll 90 in. wide, regar price $1.25
SAkprice $1.eOyd



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G p's and Zdgler's Shos.

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One case 36 in. Bleach-
ing, finished soft and free
from starch
7 cents yard.







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ULTON A. SMITl. PuMbisher.

There being a demand for same, the
True Democrat cheerfully furnishes
the following:
The Senate.
District 1-J. H. B. Miller, Milligan.
District 2-John S. Beard, Pensa-
District 3-lWilliam W. Flournoy, De
P nlak Springs,
District 4- Theop West, Marianna.
District 5-H. F. Iforsford, Coe Mills.
pistlUct 6 James iN Broome,
District 7-D. II. Sloan, Lakeland.
District S-John W. Henderson, Tal.
District 9-George W. Dayton, Dade
District 10-C. HI. L ggett, Green-
District 11-Donald C. McMullen,
District 12-E. L. Cottrell, Oldtown.
District 13-F. M. Hudson, Miami.
District 14-F. P. Cone, Lake City.
District 15--A. Z. Adkins. Starke.
District 16-T. S. Davis, Fernan-
District 17-J. B. Johnson, Live Oak.
District 18-H. H. Buckman, Jack-
District 19-L. C. Massey, Orlando.
District 20--D. HI. Baker, Orange
District 21-J. A. Williams, Cedar
District 22-William M. Girardeau.
District 23-1. N. Whitney, Lady
District 24-W. Hunt Harris, Key
District 25--Buell Cook, Chipley.
District 26--E. S. Crill, Palatka.
District 27-Joseph H. Humphries,
District 28-Frank W. Sams, New
District 29-W. E. Baker. Melrose.
District 30-W. H. H. McLean. Jas-

District 31-L. W Zim, St. Auguns-


32-H. H. McCreary,Gaines-

House of Representative.
Alachua-Syd L. Carter, Galnep-
yUle; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.
Baker-J. L. Kelly, Macclenny.
Bradford-L. D. Wall, Starke; Er-
aest Knight, Lake Butler.
Calhoun-E. S. Fortner, Clarksville.
Citrus-E. S. Grace, Citronella.
Clay-Charles Conway, Middleburg.
Columbia-John W. Hatcher, Lake
City; James B. Hodges, Lake City.
Dade--George 0. butler. Miami.
DeSoto-J. H. Brown, Arcadia.
Duval-I. L. Farris, JacksonviUe;
frank E. Chase, Jacksonville.
ascambla-John P. Stokes. Pensa-
eala; C. L. Wiggin, Pine Barren.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, Carra-
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffy, Gretna; J.
W. Sheppard, Greensboro.
Hamilton-L. C. Register, Avoca; J.
W. Bynum, White Springs.
Hernando-F. L. Stringer, Brooks-
Hillsboro-John S. Taylor, Largo;
D. F. Pattishall, Plant City.
Holmes-G. W. Watford, Esto.
Jackson-W. E. B. Smith, Marlanna;
J. H. Tidwell. Bascom.
Jefferson-S. D. Clarke, Monticello;
A. J. Boland, Thomas City.
Lake-J. R. Miller. Eustis; J. S.
Godfrey, Yalaha.
Le--F. J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
Leon-A. S.Wells,Tallahassee; John
L. Neely. Tallahassee.
Levy-W. J. Epperson, Bronson.
Lafayette-McQueen Chaires, Old.
Liberty-E. K. Thaggard, Bristol.
Madison-Charles E. Davis, Madi-
son; J. Ellis Blanton, Lee.
Manatee-D. F. Hull, Costatla.
Marlon-L. S. Light, Reddiek; W. D.
Cam, Ocala.
Monroe-W. H. Malone, Jr. Key
West; Charles L. Knowles. Key West.
Nassau-J. E. Calkins, Fernandina;
A. E. Ogilvie, Calalhan.
Orange-A. B. Newton, Winter Gar-
den; James H. King. Oviedo.
Oaceola-C. S. Acree, Kissimmee.
Pasco-P. C. Litell, Hudson.
Polk-J. A. Cox, Kathleen; W. J.
Durrance. Fort Meade.
Putnam-H. A. B. MacKenzie, Pa-
ltUka; 8. J. Hilburn. Palatka.
Banta Rosa-E. V. McCaskill, Bluff
Springs; A. J. Peaden," Oak Grove.
St Johns-W. A. MacWllilams, St.
Augustne; C. J. DuPont, Matansas.
t. Luci---W. R. Hardee. Jensen.
Smater-McGlenn Terrell, Bushnell.
Suwannee-L. Robersen, LUve
Oak; Geo. W. Dempsey, Ellaville.
Taylor-W. T. Cash, Perry.
Volusla-James E. Alexander, De
Lad; Macon Thornton. Ormond.
Wakulla-Walter Page, Wakulla.
Walton-J. F. Richbourg, Laurel
Washlngton-R. L. McKenzie, Pan-
ama City.
Most people beyond middle age
mahfr from kidney and bladder disor
dae which Foley's Kidney Remedy
weald cure. Stop the drain on the
vitality and restore needed strength
sad vigor. Commence taking Foley's
EM3ts Remedy today. Sold by all












And Cane




Smyrna Figs.
Smyrna figs ripen by the beginning
of August. They are not picked, but
when they reach a certain maturity
they begin to dry, and consequetly
they drop on the ground. In the morn-
Ing everybody on the pleotatoDns goes
around with buckets gathering the
rult, which they carry to a certain
place where the ground t covered
with dry leaves and straw (sergel)
md on which they spread the t fruit,
exposing It to the sun, allowing It to
remain there from two to three dQ.
It takes about three days to dry1 tO
fg If north winds prevail, as ta aW-
mosphere is then very dry. If, hoew
ever, westerly winds are blow 7 L
which means heavy dew at nalght,
trult must remain exposed to tb sun
rom five to seven days. This tIs a
dangerous period, as rain or even a
bower might ruin hundreds of tons of
ult lying on the ground. Heavy dews
sometimes are just as detrimental.
'he proper atmospheric conditions to
sure a crop of large, sound, rich figs
Lre west winds in June and July, fol-
owed by north winds in August, and
rom then on an occasional west wind
very five or six days.

Not a Nursery.
"Before I got this Job I had no Idea
so many funny things happened on
street cars," said a new conductor, ac-
cording to the Denver Post. "Every
day I see and hear things that are
amusing. For instance, a woman with
a baby about two years old boarded
my car and rode downtown. When we
reached Fifteenth and California she
rose to get off. The baby was tucked
snugly In the corner of the seat. The
woman hesitated In the aisle. 'Say,'
she said to me, 'I'd like to ask a favot
of you.'
'What Is It?' I asked.
'I've got some shopping to do,' she
said. 'Would you please take baby
around a trip with you? I don't want
him with me. I'll be back when you
return to this corner and take him.'
"'Madam.' I replied, 'I can't take
care of your baby. Suppose he should
get to crying, as he undoubtedly
'Well, goodness me,' she said, 'you
could slap him, couldn't your "

The Complete Alpinlet.
The young milllonAhe had climbed
the Jungtrau, Monek and Biger.
"It is more dangerous work than mo-
toring," he smad, "and, dear me, how
the climber Is loaded down. He re-
sembles a peddle more than anythIag
elsa He carries wood to make a fire
with. He carries nails for his boots.
He carriesa lamp. He also has an ax
wherewith to cut steps for himself In
perpendicular ice walls, and he has a
cord wherewith to rope himmalf to his
companions, and he has a staff to help
him up and down the steeps. In the
sack on his back there are all saort
of things-tubes of concentrated soulp
tea, coffee, candles, socks, extra shirts,
gloves, pins, brandy, meat extract
smoked glasses. And danglug be-
tween his shoulders Is a pair of
snowshoes, without which eIn th hot
August sun be would sink to the soft
snow quite up to his knees at evary
step."-New ans Tlmeea-Dpweerat.


Punishment For Murder That Was
More Cruel Than Death.
In 1801 a man died in the Catskills
who had been condemned by one of
the strangest sentences on record.
Ralph Sutherland was born in 1701 and
llved In a stone bouse near Leeds. He
was a man of violent temper and mo-
rose dispotion, shunned by his neigh-
bors -d generally disliked. Not be-
lag abi to get an American servant.
be lapUtad q Scotchwoman, and. ac-
oerdinut the uaages of the times, vir-
tiily 1l her In boadage until her
pusaaW meey had been refunded.
Unable to e lure any longer the
agg tqaper of her master, the gui
as away. Immediately upon discov.
sift her absese the man set off tn
a. amry chae upon his horse and
se overtook bar. The poor woman
~r rehsebd the boose alive, and
Selberla was ladited and arrested
l to ehare t murder.
At the t l be tried to prove that
h b ho-se ha tk- fright, run away.
pitched NM t of the saddle and
dasbed tbe d to death upon the
rocks, but jw dd not accept the
defense, and Satbwelad was sentenced
to die upon t usa l.
Then came lei of the insuf-
cency otf evidence* and
the effort tImuential relatives.
These so .Vi/m the court that
the judge the s motence of
death uns prtaear should be
ninety-nlo fei L
It was that the culprit
should be re oat en his own recog-
nizance and that, pending the final ex-
ecution of hli sentence, be should keep
a hangman's oose about hls oeck and
show himself before the Judges of
Catskill once a year to prove that be
wore his hMdge o( latamy and kept
his crime madi. It was a more
cruel deig '-haa tdo sentence of Im-
mediate de weeM bve een, but
It was tAbt is harmony with the
spirit of thetiresm.
Thus Ralph S therland lived. He al-
ways Uved alom. He seldom spoke.
His rough, amperlou manner bad
gone. Yea followed years. At eaeb
session the court thi broken man
came baeef the bar of Justlce and si.
lently showed thea meO that edreled
his neck.
At last his atnty-nlth year eame,
the timena the ert ad ordered
that the ltmeat pepity of the law
should be aastI. 9 the ilet time
the -a teideW bafere the jd~'s
benck but gw wJe s ehad arises Ia
the lad8 m1a lawi had bmn ad, elid
crime had beo fwtegetma or fo ven.
and there wq h4 would aseo-
him or --- ....e.. slaed.d, the
awful restlg that had bound his
life so IltwAalft to the explatlo. of
his crime was ow legally removed.
But the. of selfpunishment
'continued, and whbm Stherland, after
be had pasnd hth year. mwa
discovered ded. bK I so his
throat wa fo R aocfrelaed by
the rope wh K placed ther
nearly tha ,.arteom ft ha.
fore. ---
Parets sadt
blow WW

atyJ Aaaromeamms

TbU wm fae 1st IM oedemas. for Aanace.
-memo r wthkn heA
Srng City Tax CAseugr aving pub-
Ikained mvt ho we ns ma ee imsk d
~~thZEEwms0a ek. ati
1W3bm Me- the *6 o" q
mwadt the w I danlWhet
D~mstk eathfaob W~s..-o wrmeimalsg
lveu viny bmi tbaum & bb~dte
alke Ias aaiemaWad .stdn%
Vay mpow t IL K Min

To the Damocae Viebm at the City of Ta~h-
flahwindee~dw owmake th "e k Inthe mi
CftDIInuIIhIrI" I&= br make
t Aowskm eat Umrmuulto al"w
=04= Tan alldw. dMe

Lumber! Lumber!

I can furnish all

kihds of rough Lum-

ber on short notice.

Special prices on

Carload lots.

W. A. Register,

Woodville, Fla.

School Books.

All the


Erst"Ls W. COarrs,

County Surveyor.

Ughtl. pelder with Sanew.
When you oft tlt kind of a w
forecast you kno that ruht e
Whether at 6 Get' .GO
ow by


Don't Holler

If -You're Hit.

The Crisis is'Past
The Situaion is "cl.arin
The Cure is in Work. -




The House that wants
your B"siness
"Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
pas Fitting, Priviate
Water and Light



For Sale-A Bit

The 200 mre place of
Jam Moody, on Uke
Mvnwn- Extra good
Tobacco land-well wat-
ered and we tmbered.
Splendid mdAllt. F 4
callouoraid or
Jo-ao -(.ra

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Among the presents





You will be well repaid by buy-

ing one of these Boxes at once.

50 c. Sweeting's

eMansd's Winter Iresse.
Ile weather down here now and
SIrI l welcome any of our Tal-
Sfriend at our bhog killing
e amnd grinding and huntn o
eanseot be asurpased for fine, sweet
Sr. R Chambers, and Mr. Leo
AL are th a mhereame of etr
tw at three times aeek and never

impty Mu"anded. TO% twelvepeo
llr warel MWNWen O enta of &
l ead a trope and the de-
S"l| SuppierUds y Wakenor a. No
for teseher. geti o m pe
MI. B.C. Aea mklled a fine der last
Sweand is oil another buht now.
s msusbe Is ss" fl gain.
S b aymod AMea an d Edward
are our p o' e rae-
saad sknk hunt eb have
te a number of pelts this ao
I ad laim to own the Anat pak of0
In a day's travel.
of our you men went oat
diea Su lae not long since
rouht inabout two hundred fAsh
L t Ndur kinds. A few days later
r tw them weat out em the river sad
or big turkeys.
WuahI MEr. k C, All has
Sfthd with wooaied0 s e
low. is B Wes he a -t lb



Call on Mr. 0. P. Harvey for honey.
He has three hundred hives of bees on
the river and can supply the public at
retail pn .
The Wheeler and wife ed
through this week, alo Mr. and Mrs.
8am Hoins O earoote for TaUaha- e.
Profeesor horace B. Fletcer, of
Woodville School spent Saturdy
and Sunday h wih his wife and
daughter a short time in*. We hope
to se him down again soon.
Mr. J. J. Grissett made a business
trp to the Capital City Saturday.
Mr. and Mr. Robert Colvin are visit-
g atk. H. H. Black's, Mr. 0. P.
Harvey's and others in our city this
'M4mrs. Daniel and Alte Stoutan*e
hae re ternd from Bristol, whee they
were a dng wchomol.
Kev. Meanil filled his last
t at Jacon Bl urch
efoe C-fermeo last Sunday. He
had attendance.
F rdenChurch ha series each
first Sunday, and the Rev. Clifton is
pastor. We are glad to see our friends
at chureb.
Mrs. J. D. Stoutamire has returned
from a pleasant visit to Pensacola ts
Miss Mae toutsamire and her grand-
fater, Mr. Chester, were visiting ineour
Tviinty a few days ago.
Ms. W. D. Stoutamire is visi t jr
mtp widoweu d sister-i-law-s, .
Chieter, at Gainesville now. We hope
tU& be er home gain soon. -
Mami ae Campbell, of Ward. PMa.
attended divine service at JaeksS BlaO

the bma4me cou-
sent, a ise ace
litor at IHead. i


peaceful place we fear the new oieqi*
will never get their dollar back in fea.
Our pot-a es ha been rementfr
changed. Mr. R. Chambers resigned
in favor f Mr. W. C. J. Raw s and I
think everybody is still satisfied.
Mr. W. W. Williams paeby this
week nodag at the chldg the
school He qaid he wa ID
Talahas. e
Mrs. A. R. Hemmingway,. I-
san, with her three small ,is
visiting friends and relative at Hol-
land. She speaks of moving to Florida
Mr. shaw, also of Louisiana, is lain Hol-
Jmd on a anpecti trip.
Mrs. H.U. Hopkina and two little
daughter, 3 and Mary, were visit-
ing r r.Hgh k ka few days ago.
Mias Alice Black, our assistant teach-
er, expects t attend the Normal at
Tallahassee as omM as the sebool term
here expire. She hopes to bea first-
grade teacher next year. Several of
our school girl are studying hard in or-
der to be prepared for the State Teach-
era' Examination soon. We wish them
all success.
Most of our citizens are ubacribers
to The True Democrat, and regret the
resiffnation of Mr. Collins, its able and
much respected ex-editor. But hope
the new editor will be as w pleased
with us as we intend to hp him.
May we hope for ak lld..1lon to
pay him another little vit."-
Ft. Braden Graded SchoeolHolland,
Mrs. H. B. Fltebwer, prisipal.
Miss Alice Blaek, uleamt.
amedmmoat Cf ChN E --Ia R a of
Cal md90L -.-

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fer biat.
Two furnished rooms, itable for
housekeepingn. Apply Mt 9 N.
s3Onead -t. om-21

One Band SAvMUll commlnt& One


1Monthly Financial Statement Had een Antiolpated.
Of County Board of Public Instruction. A London composer was one summer
SCounty Board o Public nstructo engaged on the score of an opera, and
sTATs or hasomsa. c y o I.s9. as the weather was very hot th
To oM. H ryT. Felk eClrk Circuit Court: worked with the windows of his study
ir-In eomwspllaane with section 2, chapter 42. open. This fact was taken advantage
m aw of ilodda. we hereby file with you the fol-
lowia itoemised flnaneal statement of all school i of by his neighbor, a lady, an accom-
moWs received, appropriations made and war- polished musician, with a very quick
rnts issued for the month ending the 20th day of retentive ear, to play upon him a
ept. A. D. 06: and retentive ear, to play upon h joke.
uMMCAFMLATIn Or,,COUNTY rU. n harmless practical Joke.

L Balsan n treasury as per last
statment............... $10,067.26
L. Rceipts for month as itemized ................... 1.259.26
L. Warrants out standing this
date.......-------------......---- :20.70
4. Warrants outstanding as per.
t ----------rt...... ------.......... 86.90
. Total warrants drawn this
month as itmised herein... 688.37
SCashin bahads of treasurer this
-- -$11.,37.22
128, Sept. 8. Charlee Bryant. school lot
at St. Peters .... 26.00
1Ml Sept. 8. B. F. Pare. surveying
school lot ---...- 4.00
1281. Sept. 8. W E. Gray. repair of build-
ing at Munson Pond. 84.50

1282. Sept. P. L. P. Carter, repair of build-
ing at Miecosukie ..........
L28. Sept. 8. J. T. Bradley, repair of
building at Oak Dale ...
"124. Sept. 8. J. W. Corbett. furniture-
126. Sept. 8. J. F. Allen, incidentals for
School ..--............ ..
17, Sept. 8. J. P. Hill. incidentals for
school .... ...
1"78, Sept. 8. Richard Tillery, cleaning
wel. .. ..... ...........
1U8. Sept. S. Ed H. Ryan. cleaning school
grounds. etc -........... -
1280., ept. 8. P. D. Lews, hauling .



Total expended for schools....... 420.751

1277. Sept. & Edw. B. Eppee. alary of
sperintendent... .......... 100.00
158, Sept. 8L John T. Perkins. commis-
soa of t treasurer ........... 17.1
Total expendituree............... 5.- 37
rrium D aarr sor cOUvry SCHOOL FUND.
Ce-tyed a llowe7-...........-............--0 .0
S-Dstet Se Mao.I.......... ... ....... safe
Total....................... I......8.3 5M e
D. L. COX. Chmn.
r. B. EPPBL. Seetary.
Ru Clever Sail Laleto Iet.
Mrs. Glover A. Ball, a life-log resi-
dent of Tallahasee was buried from
her late residence Tursday morning, at
9:80 o'clock. Mrs. Ball had been il for
several weeks, and was attended by her
son. Mr. Willis M. Ball, and her grand-
daughter, Mrs. Philip Ball, of Jackson-
ville. A large gathering of friends at-
tended the burial service, which was
conducted byRev. amuel Moran, of;
t. John's Episopal Church. Mrs.
Ball was in be 72d year.
Mr. Jullas Hirscburg made a flying
trip to fahassee last Saturday.
*" Edward Phillips, of S.anord,
the guest, last Saturday & ad Sun-
Sher nDr. I ML Tucker,
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One morning he completed and tried
over a new march, and the lady on the
same afternoon seated herself at her
grand piano, opened her windows and
rolled forth the air fortissimo. The
composer rushed distractedly Into his
garden to his wife and, tearing his
hair in anguish, cried out:
"My dear. I give It up! I thought I
had composed an original tune. but it
must be a delusion, for my grand
march-my chef d'oeuvre, as I thought
It-is only n reminiscence and is al-
ready the property of some music pub-
They Sat Down.
One night nt n theater some scenery
took fire, and a very |perceptible odor
of burning alarmed the spectators. A
panic seemed to be Imminent when an
actor appeared on the stage.
"Ladles and gentlemen," he said,
"compose yourselves. There Is no
The audience did not seem reas-
"Ladles and gentlemen," continued
the comedian, rising to the necessity
of the occaslon-"confound It all-do
you think it there was any danger I'd
be here?'
The panic collapsed.
England's Mether Chureh.
The oldest frequented church in
England is probably Bt Martin's, at
Canterbury, and you may call it the
mother church of England. Walk up
from the outskirts of the city and you
will pass the font which gave baptism
to King Ethelbert 1,800 years ago. The
font still stands, the worshipers still
mount the slope, and one considers
whether it was Augustine or Bertha
who dragged the king and husband to
that font.-London Chronicle.

A Gallant Clergyman.
It Is said that the Rev. Sydney
Smith could be gallant as well as witty
on occasion.
"Oh, Mr. Smith. I cannot, bring this
lower to perfection," said a yomg
lady to him once as she sbowed him
about her conservatory.
Wheretpon be took her by the beI
and aiL, "The e16t me bring ei*
u t0o the ba wr.

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No Reason Why the Farmer Should Be
Without It.
An icehouse nnd cool room may be
roust ructed as follows: Excavate a
half cellar in a iperfectly dry place,
from which the surface slopes (or may
be made to slope) In nil directions. so
as to prevent danger ,of moisture from
want of drainage. A stone or brick
wall Is built nround this nud laid In
hydraulle' ('nement. The floor is ce-
mented. A franmet or other building Is
built upon this basement to contain
the Ice. Twelve feet square will be
large enough for a moderate sized fam-

ily, as an icehouse of that size will
hold about twenty loads or tons of ice.
The main point Is the division be-
tween the icehouse and the room be-
low It. This must be perfectly air
tight and a moderately good conductor
of beat. The floor may be laid in the
following manner:
Beams of sufficient strength are laid
across and the ends well bedded in ce-
ment. A floor of zine sheets is then
laid upon the beams. the sheets wing
closely nailed to the ben in 11p,'in strips
of rubber sheeting to make the joints
water and air tight. The beams should
be dressed smoothly. The zinc sheets
are bent, as shown in the illustration
(Fig. '2. This is for tihe purpose of
causing the moisture, which will con-
dense upon the underside of this ceil-
ing. to flow downward to the lower
angle, where It will drip. The drip Is
caught In the little gutters of zinc'
shown In the figure attached to the
ceiling and is carried off by n propi'r
drain. With this water will also be
carried off much of the Inupurity of
the atmosphere, and if very little ven-
tilation is given thern will fle little
condensation and the air will leI kept
dry. This polut must ,fe well attended
to. as the danger of excessive ventila-
tion is very great. The beams and
zinc ceiling should be painted with
white paint-lead and oil.
Above the zine ceiling a thin layer of
dry, fresh sawdust should be laid
smoothly, and a floor of matched pine
boards should be laid upon that and
thoroughly counted with melted pitch.
This floor should slope a little to one
corner so as to draw the waste water
from the ice there, and an 8 trap drain
should be laid from that to carry off
the water Into the drain abshove men-
tioned. The usual layer of sawdust is
laid upon this floor to prevent too rap-
id conveyance of bent from below to
the ice above. Small double windows

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iu .um.mer s .g pftover t* w*Ut
range because thete the greatest
difference in the yield of product at
this season. In the winter all hops an
corn fed and yield muoauniform quan-
titles of product. In summer many
are grassers that make low yields and'
of Inferior quality to corn fed bogs.
A 200 pound bog that dressed 80 per
cent yields 100 pounds, one that dreesa
es 75 per cent yields 150 pounds, and
one that dresses 70 per cent yields
only 140 pounds, an enormous differ
ence In a carload of bogs, which the
buyer makes allowance for in buying
them on foot. As a rule, of late the
best hogs have been the cheapest on
the hooks at the top of the market be-
cause they have yielded so much more
product than the others, which looked
cheaper to the inexperienced observer.
As to the breed that killers like best,
probably more would answer Berk-
shire than any other breed. But hogs
are what killers want. and the kind
they want will top the market, wheth-
er black, white, redor spotted.

The Manure Spreader.
There are not many farm Imple-
ments that will pay for themselves
more quickly than a manure spreader.
It saves labor, but that Is not the big
part of the profit. Somp men must
hesitate about a purchase tf It man
only a saving of labor. The use of
the spreader means a great Inaesnae In
the efficiency of the farm tply of
manure. Some men cannot this
point. They say that they t the '
manure on the land and th is all
that is necessary. But it isn't Ms.-
nure gives life to a soil even when
the application is light, and It is poor
policy to give one spot more the Sis
needed while another spot l left
or to make a heavy application to
acre and leave another acre wMt
manure. We now know that it pays
to make the manure go over a rela-
tively large acreage. Director Thorne
of the Ohio station has said that eight
loads of manure per acre applied with
a spreader have about as great at-
clency as twelve loads put on roughly
with a fork. Every foot gets a little of i
the material, and the effect is seen In I
the sod that follows or the sod to I
which the manure Is applied. Land
should not have a heavy dressing of
manure when other land In the farm t
needs manure. Make the application *
light and even, and only Ia spreader r
can do the work well. In the interest
of better sods. which are the life oef
soil, n(d to the efficiency of the
nure by using a spreader. Some fa#
Ing communities have learned this t
son thoroughly well, while others ha~e
barely awakened to It.

In grafting the tomato on tl-., potato
or the potato on tomato, or in rMaking
any other graft of similar herbaceous
plants, the simpler methods are pre-
ferred. The saddle gra!t and splice
graft are the ones nost commonly
used. The splice graft is made by
simply cutting the scions a smooth
slanting cut. The stock is cut In the
same way, and the two members are
tied together with their faces joined.
In order to get the best results it Is
desirable to have the grafts made of
rather tender shoots, such as have
only partially hardened. In order to
get a proper union with this sort of
tissue It Is necessary that the cut be
made with a very sharp knife, prefer-
ably with a razor. The two parts are
then rather tenderly joined together,
using very soft cloth bandages or

FIG. n -ZsICSm. 5\1 I
should be used In the cool chamber be- |
low to prevent access of heat from the |
outside, and they should be fitted air
tight. Ventilation should be provided
for by means of a wooden pipe with a
elide, by which the opening can be
regulated. By carefully regulating the
ventilation the air may be kept dry.
Market hogs.
What kind of hog will bring the
most money L. the market, and what -pl,
breed will make the best market hog? moistened raff It desirable.f
These are quest ons hard to answer moitened raa. It is desrafted plant
definitely. Markets vary as to the thermore, to cover the grafted plant
clam of hos that will sell at the top. with a bell Jar or hand glass of some
Wen lard is at a premium the bog sort for a few days in order to prevent
that yields a large amount of lard is too rapid evaporation. If It is left ex
the market topper, and that means posed to the open air, especially if the
the heavy, thick, fat bog. When lard atmosphere Is rather dry, the scilon
is below other products this kind of dries out and wilts so badly that it
bog sells for less than the light weight cannot recover. The saddle graft Is
which will make handy pork loins and made by cutting the stock wedge shape
good hams without too much fat on ed, while the scion is cut with aV
them. Taking one year with another shaped slit so that it will fit down over
t eastern markets, the hog of 180 to the wedge of the stock. The rest of
Si"p ound will hit the top oftener the process Is carried out exactly as
tM any other weight. In west already describedforthe iceagmft.
arSiets bogs of around 250 pounds
w probably average best. Bome- It is the common wonder of all 16M
a Ulghter or heavier bop will ot- bow among so many million o -beo
5Sint1 5 In priet of the noeact. .
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Saving Weate Land.
The people of Deoeman are fast ra-
claiming their waste land by the labor
f convicts. In a-tland theor is a
large undeveloped territory of almost
barren wasg with a toagh,
heathy u w Te government
sets the pogmw at wek breaking up
the tough SU_ i pttiag it into
shape for f =1m. ett th t la
Is at firt o very l9w grade, and It
given awag ta ta who eare to
take poessMi.
Through elrtsa many farms
have beg to diat the Jtlan land
scapep, ant e s arMaeeS where or
merty were abrse1m stretaobe ofbar-
ren land. Many acres or good gmia
bearing land have been bu1it up by the
patient toll of the Dana asettler.
The expermlant may be a valuable
hint for other ee atrioe drtii th
present pta i t has times beb
seems to be ahmast w idwMide i It
extent. The gu t number of unem-
ployed as well as the coavieto might be
set to wok a ad bt oet et aMflhte
-eclaiming t Vast leadb.

P. J. Daly, f 141 W. CongraS St.,
Chicago, tells of way to boeom*e
strong. He say 1 "MY mtherI
is old and wave T isOW 5Is 11
so much benefit fro. r--
that I feel it's my. tho"
who need a tonie gSag
medicine about It. mthr
case a marked galBM S
suited, insomnia a
and sheab s steadily
Electric BittersM qu
ac. liver and
nader guamitaae G

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.A e interWUe h* tSP 5
th pt of quite *a ue St Deat
M agrowere of the d h-aS-MN ,
bt PelMI and Gaeti lsGiaMI Nel
Itu formula introU q
fertlosr company, and w asd tMItlM
evn. It behoovesthe giroWvae oth
MR tobacco setion of l ira.
5 to read a, sad tak with
who re fortunate Mogc to urh
and these goods, kaew w "
phb. ali with PothItln
number of our largat sad
rieneed growers who made
with this formula M m lr 1
haittbsacco, *are.h il
tho a solts in ever
ttme to that 7ffri to.
bam e duced *t s Wm
p =rm n, mo osis rand
Sand tim Florida To-

Waliah of for instance,
states iq dltion to the superior
quahiag fogd they even earrid their
tests o far a to accurately weigh re-
sults, Adl increase from 200 to
400 pounds per sacr more yield than
where other high grade and more ex-
pensive fertilizers Were used.
Captain Henry Crutcher, the special
Florida agent of this fertilizer company,
who, by the way, is one of the mast ex-
pert and painstaking fertilizer men in
the entire South has been for the past
three years making the most minute in-
veatigation of the tobacco industry ia
Gededen and Leon counties, FloridaZ
In 1907 he canvassed the tobacco grow-
leg sections of these counties, vuisting
practically all of the leading, and many
of the smaller growers in person not
eadeavoring to makesales, but with the
sole view of obtaining data. He ascer-
tained more correctly than was ever be-
fore known, the total number of acres
pl d in both shade and sm n grown
obaoco, as well as the mode of proce-
dure in making the eope from the
planting of the seed beds, to the har-
vesting, hearing, and packing. He as-
eertained that there was quite a diver-
aity of opinion regarding the kinds and
qoantt of fertiisers used, and the
nodes of application. Ia fact many ex.
mi a opinion that there was a
sreat ofcertainingredients used,
mad a eusequent waste of money. This
was not as much objected to, however,
Siace of the fact that the tobacco
made on the sueedidg crop (not yet
_loated), had been contracted for at
he most satisfactory prices to the
Captain Crutcher, however, in addi-
ion to his painstaking tendency, is not
a believer in squandering time, mate-
rial& a wesy, and knew full well-
toor knowledge on general results
mnall dstries- that thetime would
wrely cooi when the tobacco growers
Imo call i halt on unammea expen-
itares. Ia keeping with hisdeutions,
hat time is now with us. Notwith-
ad theo t that an abundant and
boat excellent crop has just been bar-
ated, owing. to other conditions in the
ray at supply and demand, together
with pannicky times existing in the
- markets, the growers are corn-
to sell a most excellent crop at
equal to 25 cents per pound less
t obtained before for an infe-
i H therefore determined to
t Me y abe represented to
ll to a formula which
St ti property, com-
Med of nmat~et ed inordinary
rtiliiers, and has been used ex-
tensively in Cbs, PtoRia, and other
foreign tobac ebuntries, for
years. With Bhe has met p
watts, the growE Naw it them-
selves testify, orders already
iccured, it th at there will be
in almost I revolution in the
kind of fertbl -Whore Coi-
paratively a l at "Phspho Al-
ali" were uea crop in 1908,
thousands of gIbe used on that
ofl909. 5.


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Mile =sdi.

S~ ee.hast b ow aNo d
a gret a m ot t oafo
rkll fthaWo t county the

total valuation of the county of
r. yFour egoit wasN$.
This a I ease of more
Sl t ese 190s. It is to be
mm dT msst of this increase t
t valof the county n
Pena~s a sd its environs.
P u wamoty was a wet C c d otyi n
Im during that ysear there wer
ag0rrest ein aWit it wh 6dryad
there were emly arrested made&Jurng
tN.e Proieet god aruienet
for the past Ave years vice
attPeassel for Germsay has
Shiso as German n con-
S for tx he i r oatu of Trilda.
p s it"on lyeiden e.whit mhe rep.
,ss POttse from wn" weFrani
P a t cuns waa ao e rnment

od news that the ne of the St.
Ohmsriveris to be deepenesifrom Pa.
ato eantf 7Te pan to have the
1100 feet wide wid eightfeet
p from Sanford to Palat sd and100
t wide and Ave deeptoLake Harney,
beeniaprovead by the boar of en-
WiBreB 8ad chideomagisaers.
Mrs. aEddle Moon was found dead in
In her cottage at Starke with a
t in one hand, th shot
Select in h er temple.
have been instantaneous.
shot heard at 12 o'clock Friday
c teacher and cam from Virginia.
th and despondency are supposed

tohlearof the death of Mr.
ond Demere Knight, one of Jack-.
ville's foremost eltiseis Always aP-
ei and prominent identified with the
Poial, reli ous e business and social
of that citr. Knight's death will
an irreparable oss.

The Present latorset Ina ine Fewis
Can Be Mae aBrnd Prtable

The True Democrat learn that quite
a asmber of people ia Tallhamsee and
Uern County are intend w inhe rear.
a ofthe Aner beed of poultry, and
meting with almost phenomenal
prominent merchant relates that
S been able I t almost prfct
oftImees of varietiesfor
mI his own yards from
Se of the farmers in te county at
aa epash angly low sand is sur-
that reateret il saht a own
SH e t e lat-

tA h asess es
beaes. isUet a mIse
suesemohAmriatlea hor proits
Sty a Jidte bleak wea

maa esen a tossee In thies

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aow&g y"Wrfoot mwtoash
kIwNaam' eusa.

O"Natural Shape" l --ate
made over lasts digd to fit
(not pinch or crowd) yow foot -
FLORSH M style is added
without he macifice of a single
point of comfort.



About Style, Fit and Wear.

One and Two-horse

Where. kept to agreed time becomes
the property of the user.

Wood! Wood!

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

Sprains, swellings and lanwni ss ire
promptly relieve d by ('haniiilrlain's
Iuiniment. This liniment redli'es in-
flammation and soreness so that a
sl'rain may he cuired in albuit one-
third the time required by the usual
treatment. 25 and 50 crnt sizes for
sale by Tallahaseee Drug Co.
Write to your friends to subscribe for
The True Democrat and secure the
The Ladies Aid Society of the Pres-
byterian Church will have their Annual
Chriltmas Bazarr the first week in De-
cember. They will serve theirusual din-
ner and refreshments. Will also have a
beautiful display of fancy work.

Buy a pait

of Florsheim Shoes at Alford Bros.
The Style is apparent in each in-

dividual cut.

We guarantee the wear of

each and every pair.

The next essential is fit.

This is

the primary thought in the minds of the
Florsheim Shoe builders, style is added
without the sacrifice of a single point of


Embodying these three Shoe

Ilm '"e We

Should you like to know how well the
Florsheim Shoe will fit your foot have a seat at
our bench and let the "Shoe Man" Show You.


Home Phone 263. Office Phone

All Classfied-Wants. For Sale. Exchange. To
Rest, Etc. Each insertion 6 ont per line and no
ad. for I.. than m centa, eash in advance.
FOR SALE-Medium-sized Florida-
raised mule, at reasonable price.- Call
on J. H. Fountain, 94 West Tennessee
street, Tallahassee, Fla. 33 tf
WANTSD-A few boarders. Terms
reasonable. No. 5 North Monroe, Mrs.
Greeabow. 88-4t
on SAu. I Set of New Cone Pul-
leys. A bargain at this office.
Rutna STAMPS I No need to send
from Tallahausee for Rubber Stamps.
We make them quick as good as the
best ad cheap.
Sm Us I For all kinds of printing.
Furnish your stationery neatly printed
Mas ch or cheaper than you can biy
blank paper from retailer. very
farmer should have his printed Letter-
beads and Envelopes.
B.A=D-A large comfortable room,
Ponmthn W with board for a
to Mrs. Howard Gamble.
WANmU. -A good medium asied safe.
Apply at Y er Bethel Co. 8'
FOa WooD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
Jbmo No. 217. 2
T Amma Noncu. printed on cloth
M IM a at ree lip at
bort Trespass Notie i your home
loal wspapr.
Rmm i o SALB,-O North
Masm m a IN1hrItBarg

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FOI'WRhm60 W Tar cearsmthe
air pss~s.assthe ritatiom ia
thm e wb~th es the inmlmed sen-
beamiea"Utlhoim4eost ehtoate oug
16"s-41 sm Ore ad nimed lump
bus ame. ue st g^utheinesCad the
mu -181 *6 do ~vM Iste e
fume a~ powa i h ylo

The Waverly Plantation
of 420 acres pecan Iros,
pear trees, tenant hous-
es, and the first Live
Oak Grove in the State.
An ideal site for a home,
two and a half miles
from the city, place
fronts on both Meridian
and t h e Bradfordville
roads. Place could be
easily divided into four
or more farms, and will
be so divided if purchas-
er desires. Apply either
Real Estate Agents, .I
B. Eppes or the owner
Greenwood, S. C.


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Fancy Goods


Throughout Tie

Se ason.

Miss Adde Gear,

November, I90.

Notice of Applieatis far Deed
- Given la Aceordame with et
574 and 575 of the General isttutes
of the State of Florida:
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But don't trifle with Indigestion.

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: Bombay Vapor, and What It Does. DO YOU NEED
^ ~ Cleans, lays dust, destroys mosquitoes, roaches and all b -
6 sects Prevents fevers and contagious disease. A Wao Be u-
Sdisinfectant and deodorizer. Positively harmless. WagOnS, BUggles, Sur-
aexplosive. Manufactured by BOMBAY VAPOR COM a dls
408 W. Forsyth street, Jacksonville, Florida. r reys, harness, ddls,
C -- .- Lap Robes, Collars,
^ Bnr bay Vapor has ro (qual as a Bombay Vapor kill. germs, red. sat,
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B(rnbay Varor, whi'e sure death to nice and rats. Whips or Pads ? :: ::
all veimm n Euch as flies. rroths, red Bombay Vapor for horses and fttf.
perfectly harmless ard nun-explcsive, cows, flies will notbother them. HO.N .. -
S>Bcmbay Vrpor is a perfect dust lay- r stand n ve without ri .
er, can be used on carpets ard waxed a Vapor bath o Anyet
floors, stores, cafes, hotels, public build. Bombay Vapor disinfetW E1rx ras 1 AK ILdy
>ings,. hcpitals, churches, steamships, clean, polishes any and .^9tl '
billiard parlors, dancing halls ard all with a hard surface easier aei q ,

kinds of floors. other known fluid.
Bombay Varor cleans furniture of all Bombay Vapor, recommended n" be-, .
kinds, polished marble or tiles, painted dreds who have ued it and .. uW Straps wrk, Breechisg,
walls, shcw cfs(s, buggies, autcmo- to testify to its merits.
bilex, tyrewriters, leather chairs Doctors, druggists, lawys. -lp Tr
(prevents sticking), rugs, carpets and keepers, hotels, manufact -aness, I
metal work of all kinds, doors, win- men, dairymen and many Harness, Tra o
dcws, wocd work and mirrors, and recommend Bombay Vapw.
Bombay Vapor prevents fevers and JD AY Hardware of
all contagious diseases if freely used in *J. DCAY, A H
; Aall sinks, closets, pantries ard damp, Tai s. ny n. n kid
dark places in and around the home. I-- U. any kind.
I Read what Mr. H. H. Richardson, the secretary d tih
Jacksonville Board of Trade says:
Jacksonville, Fla., July 24, 1908. I have all these goods and others.
BOMBAY VAPOR CO., 408 W. Forsyth St., City.
Gentlemen: I beg to advise that I have used the Vaper High Quality and Low Prices.
which you manufacture and find it to be one of their
things I have ever used for polishing furniture, floor l I can suit you. Come see me.
It also acts as a splendid insecticide and the odoi'W
at all offensive. I have also found it useful for spraying ute ''
chicken houses and on live stock to keep the flies away. T
-- _predict it will have a big sale ina this city. A M A ,F!B
Ver _y truly H. H. RICHARDSON, ." I -. .-

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