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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: December 11, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00199
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Y, DECEMBER 11, 1908.

NO. 42.

I Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.

77 T" f 5

w a ,va iw agd ml astm M.
S a who myaa ha a plan where
r da a .aha wuamd away from the
amiowlk. cream ad
.*tte bter wof prume Importase,
S"lMe C, HaiU, in the Timews
,,. nape ofIthis man Is Miko-
R0ki. HeiaPole,who, after much
ng ov' tha face of the earth,
l dits because of the health-
of the climate here in the high
r and thea ty of the scenery
rkj t l d tem. Mr. Miko-
--- hledlted sman, ad speaks
Snatle. Som eopi re
i thW crankmi; others de he be
S geeius. At any rate. he sla original
emgh; sad hh latest scheme to origi-
snat asaw beat that will solve the
S c aof cheap milk production in
F isla, to say the least of it art-
S am a et lower of milk and
u aa "as A r Miolanski. "I have
ee th tOensed with certain waItig
0. eda MA for tr y _are have Uae my to- larelo of thee.. My
wo tion to th e lake room
liko e all Fierda, it does not pro.
er lk keed. ; nor, itht produced
!Tw gv d. Ao d "so. after thought I

I spent a cooupe
in south Afric
In those .
I hae tat Iave

s v ery use quality of milk.
raised oa the tops of tree
at care muh for grap .
i man M guimaeas for it, bet
. He was gmng a ahip it to
l put t ItWe a o ea. Ua-
Sas I learned mbmquenttly,
iwa kitd bya marauding
at .thattodo with Pior-



S.t-.< iirell, of BradfM.
liJqfn e dat experflea to
the ouse businam,
ad wirepi to conduct a comfor-
Sa t u agreeable hostelry.
been entirely renovated
and a d, and presents quite an
attreativ ap onal ee
M. HarreT usaed uIteas repu-
tation for the *acfent conduct of such
establish-teS, and the traveling pub-
lic will always be accorded a warm wel-
come by her.
Chlares Persenal and Locals.
Chair., Dec. 4.-Mr. R. C. Snipes
writes his mother from Georgetown,
S. C., that he is making quite a success
of his law practice. As he still holds
his railroad position as General Freight
and Passenger Agent he is kept ex-
tremely busy. and if he finds his success
with the former is assured he will have
to give up the other.
Mises Allene and Helen Johnson
Willie Duncan and Claud Patterson, and
Messrs. Elton and Louis Patterson and
Honmer Brimnin attended the Measuring
Party at Mn. Wm. Roberts Centre-
vilebome last Friday evening. They
all report on enjoyable evening spent.
Dr. F. C. Moor was called out last
Wedneday to neo Mr J. H. Patterson,
who was ek
Sunday ighbteom one made a raid
upon the presebers chickens, he being
away. Several of the bs ran over to
th paersonag, but the thef made good
his escape. One of the boys thought
the other was the thief, not knowing he
Wa there. This is the seed time re-
esaty the chickens have been attacked.
Mrs. E. J Howell spent ab uort while
last week with her sister, Mr. Ira LS
Patters o of Tallahasee.
Mr. D. F. OGdaBam oN of Centre-
ville'sa sbstataloi and one of
Mrs. Saipe ear eW for years
speat Sinda at ber
Tim w sI Pll ateds rain, ut
It eemes not. It is fearfully dry and

dr ter, Mrs. Upeb.b,
m fSnipe's granddaghter. little
Sadie, stepped upon a ten- pe MR
last week, which a carpenter had left
bp tn a board. It required the
's advice and the eloest atten-
tien to present lockjaw as the nsail en-
tered the foot so deeply aid sointns-e-
did he ueffer. This being the th day
the wound is healing. The little girl had
Jut recovered recently from an attack
of eongeation.

If you should not receive your paper
regularly please complain at this ooe.e

the most useful of hybrids, the amle.
Lather Burbenk crossed an apple with
a strawberry. Cross fertillatiei of
plet is noew familiar; th eVemsiu of
samals Is a selen"e in t hemta -
the people here th mek
I -" y objestv Mr. Ulolsn
M Miolsaki bowed a traee of Ir-
a t t tis eamtiom. *Of omerm


or 4,
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Undviedprfisleessexpeausse I96
N=ationa D -meesou t- _t-a n'din -w. ..W50000 00
Due toeethe Nationmal Banks --- L042 4
Due to StMte Uanks and Bankers. ..... 1.3520
Individual d"Posits subject to checid $6,0 w
Time Cmwtillmtes of Deposit -m 0.6IS
Uertlfied CMeeks.- --_.--.--....--------_mw
CeA&iera checks outstanding -... Is

Country of Leon.
1. W. C. LAVWis, Caahla9 ef the v.
bank. do 'MlanY swear cbst the sabover
is true to the best of my knahow s AI

Subsuied adsad swore to WOtO' 7th day
ofDom.IN5. QN.

Ceaveted of uua.W "ggm
NO aLW i

Bartow, Bat.- psb-
baser orfln a 6B

SaSW t rala his w
eat. the ts nt

sgs e deft a atnthr
thae te ne two ybearso

Gove e left.a Snda nfo

ae. The case wa elld in
A but a oof venue
Mbrntit to Bartow. ftld hade-
la d a that he be able
to a nhdtentia e his eha o t from
the verdlet it is evident thea failed
to do so. The defendant, through his
attorneys, gave notice of appe, and
gave the n"eesary bond.
SeveraSr Breward Leaves 1r Wash*
Govenr Broward left Sands for
Washantea D. C.., where bee w1 de-
liver a addreo before the Rivers m d
Harbor d Cobgre.
A cr Iveattesn&.
Mr. F. tC. rott, of this city, has
jut see red p et for a metahc plant
hade wiah wil prove a bh n to to-
baeo and vegetable growers Atten-
tion is called to a description of it else-
whe m
Sweekher f l ue beAp-
The maria of Mins Ain e Poater
A of Tlathais eek, r. A-t
br Hubobar tRob.ert, of aro .
m, will take pml at 8f John an
15th, t hklf-pat oe o'clock. Bev. Mr.
Morea, the reter, oleat Owing
to the eoNt death of A lth rid 'e M Jet P. Apthorp,
ding will tbe a aq" oe. No& e rmal in-
vitations will beIn ed, but all friends
and -equastntne are cordially invited
to be preeat
gqg, enjo *q us-

A bi wa ki TAlshesm be-
December 14 to it.
-cw=S is playing tmhe eity of
Pelam, a., this week, and doing a
ebusineo They carry a good line of
showa ad free sets. them are one
epeo" ina all, and a Royal Ital-
Ian bhdis= ralaing the musie. The
company wN aerie here Sunday and
open every thing Mondaay night for a
week's tay.
lfw Te at W Walbk t .
e given Moaday after-
ior Library fsdie bon-

a SaaB Ba0-

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0at of Fifty-Two Cases Considered
Only Two Were Deated.

Florida's Pardoning Board seemed de-
termined tn wipe off their slate all ap-
plicationa forpardons, both old and new,
so as not to bequeath to Governor Gil-
christ any of the burdens belonging to
hisprsdee sl's administration. FVfty-
two eases were considered, t w nly of
which were denied. Most .them were
pare d cdondtionay,-*ome were com.-
nmted, and oneWor wo restored to citi-
The case of J. N. Strobar, a railroad
Iagnt of Alachua county, was one of
- most prominent of the conditionally
pardoned. Convicted of embezzlement
of the company's funds, Strobar was
sautenced to three years in the peniten-
tiay. About one year of his time has
Another case was that of U. A. Minor,
convicted in the Duval county court of
criminal record of larceny and receiving
stolen goods. His petition was signed,
not only by a large number of promi-
nent citizens of Duval, but also by the
governor and governor-elect of Georgia,
and a number of prominent officials in
that State. Minor's pardon will go into
effect December 20.
Miss Tarbhe's Organ Recital
Miss Tarbet's organ recital at the
chapel of the Woman's College Friday
evening, was greatly enjoyed by a
large number of Tallahasseeans. The
Capital City is indebted to the Musical
Faculty for much delightful entertain-
BHeld Sessi In Jacksonvllle.
The State Railroad Commission has
been in session in Jacksonville this week
for the purpose of considering the
charges of lumber milled in transit.
The Jacksonville business men engaged
in building operations, have long con-
sidered themselves victims of discrimi-
nation in this regards.
IL of P. *lects 0cers.
At its regular meeting in Castle Hall
on last Thsurday evening, Cicero Lodge
No. 1, IL of P., elected the officers to
,ll the chairs during the ensuing term,
r follows:
May W&er C. C.
W. VDm, C. C.
W. H t= M. at A.
J. B. Pruitt, M. of W.
R. J. Evans, K of R. & S.
R. H. Alligood, I. G.
J. V. Cully. 0. G.
The Nyaetrloes Cooper Cape.

The editor of this paper happens to
be familiar with the Isaith Cooper case
of DeSoto county, the man convicted of
the assasination of Marshal Bowman,
of Punts Gorda, and naturally we take
a keener Interest in this famous case
than other newspapers and citizens who
are not acquainted with the people of
DeSoto county and Cooper's trials and
his many escapes from the gallows.
This man has been in jail at Arcadia
for nearly eight years charged with
murder. He has been convicted and
mentened to be hung several times.
His first sentence came during the term
of ex Governor Jenning, but Jennings
saved Cooper from the gallows twice
by delaying his execution. Finally
Governor Broward became Governor,
and strange to relate, he has pursued
the same tactics that Jenninga adopted.
Neither of these Governors have seen
At to pardon Cooper, yet they have re-
peatedly stayed his execution, and
stranger still, these two Governors have
failedto give any reason for their pecu-
liar action.
Cooper expresiee himself as being
perectly confident that he will never
On one occasion it was only a
few minutes until the time of his exe-
cution, and he then stated that he
wouldn't be hung, and sure enough he
wasn't, for. just before the time for
the trap to fall that would sent him into
eternity, a reprieve was received from
the Governor by wire. It seems to be
one of the most mysterious cases in the
criminal history of Florida. The cir-
cumstantial evidence, upon which Cooper
has been convicted, time and again.
seems to leave no doubt as to his guilt.
Governor-elect Gilchrist and Cooper
are both citizens of Punta Gorda and
are acquainted. Gilchrist is familiar
with the details of the trial, and is a
resident of the place where the assassi-
nation occurred. He is familiar with
the principals in the trial. Under cheese
cireumstances, .the people of Florida
will watch with'keen interest the dis.
position that Gilchrist will make of this
ciae when he becomes Governor.-
Waite Springs Herald.
Get your pictures framed for Christ-
mas at Corbdtt's. All kind of artistic
moulding from which to make selde-
tioOns. 40-tf
Bal IBta r la"&lm.
Write q k for this
mt wilB bay you a baetftl boun.
Reeaio best la town. lPtrta W
:arved. HAYWA
Riversnde, ahe same,

Will Be Rushed

To Completion Now

Hundreds of Men Going to Work on
Florida's Great Rilroad to
Kcy West
New York. --Hundreds of men will
soon be rushed southward to work on
the completion of the great Florida
East Coast Railway, following the de-
cision of Judge Hough, of the United
States Circuit Court, in dismissing, as
without cause of action, the so-called
peonage cases that had been brought
by the United States Government

against the labor agentsof the railroad.
While the action was pending ir. the
courts the men in charge of the con-
struction work on tho sea-going rail-
road, which i3 to he Henry M. Flagler's
greatest achievrnent, were loth to push
forward with the same amount of ener-
Rey that had been displayed prior to the
action of the attorney general in taking
cognizance of the reckless charges of
labor slavery that had been made. Ev-
ery effort to make up for lost time now
will be put forward by Vice Pre. ident
Joseph R. Parrott, who has been in
charge personally since the work began
in June, 1905. Fully 2.000 men are now
employed south of Knight's Key and
more workmen will be sent to the field
of operations within a few days.
Vice President Parrott, who was re-
cently in New York on business con-
nected with the great extension which
is jumping over a stretch of thirty
miles of open ocean and over thirty
miles more of submerged keys and Is-
goons to connect Key West by direct
line with Miami, now estimates that
this, one of the most novel engineering
enterprises of modern times, will be
completed and trains running for its
tull length within a year from resuming
Already the line is completed and
trains are running for eighty-four miles
south of Miami, right down to Knights
Key. Work also is being pushed for-
ward from Key West up and over forty
miles of roadbed has been constructed
by the gangs that are working north-
ward to meet the other workmen who
rapidly are moving south. This mems
that a total of 12miles has be n
p Med of ihe 6 mss ofen
veyed ot Miami to Ke1 We 4
greatest of all the dneering ao
this wonderful line, however is yet to
be completed. This is the 11-mile gap
from Knights Key to Bahia Honda,
where the line is being carried over the
open ocean on concrete arches.

The effect of the great extension on
traffic of Havana, however, already han
oeen felt because now the steamers
for Havana meet the trains at Knights
Key and take passengers and freight
from that poir.t to the Cuban capital,
instead of eighty-four miles north to
When the line is completed to Key
West huge railroad car floats will take
entire trains across the Florida Straits
to Havana, a distance of ninety miles,
without compelling passengers to leave
their ar seats or sleeping car berths,
and without the necessity of breaking
bulk on a single consignment of freight.
This will mean that the Cuban sugar
planter will be enabled to load his pro-
duct on a freight car sidetracked at his
plantation, have the ear hauled by rail
to Havana, floated to Key West and
then rail-hauled right to New York or
any other point without any of the eo-
peisse, trouble or damage dangers of a
second handling.
This great project, which is bae g
financed, from beginning to end, by Mr.
Flagler personally, generally is regard-
ed by engineers as the most expensive
stretch of railroad ever built, the aver
age cost of construction, from end to
end,exceeding $100,000 a mile,while the
additional capital requirements for
docks, channeling, oar floats and equip-
ment will bring the total coat appro" l
mately to $30,000,000 Already Mr.
Flagler has expended upward of $15,-
000,000 on the work.
It was more than a year and a half
ago when this great work was inter-
rupted by the United States Attorney
General and charges were made that la-
borers on the railroad work were held
in bondage, compelled to work practt.
cally without pay and were subjected
to various sorts of oppression.
The case was presented to the Fed-
eral grand jury in New York and indict.
ments, charging conspiracy, were found
against Edward J. Triay of Jackwa,
vile, Fla., resident labor agent for the
road; against Francisco Sabbia, who
has a private bank at 225 Bowery It
this city; and against Frank A. Hei
and David E. Harley, who weoe a-.
ployed by the company to take as th
the gangs of workmen that wore en
gaged tin New York. At am expeame that
hasboestimatelto be as higt a&
5W00,01(0, the gove-m1et's attorAenys
after three years of prearat,
their ca toraty thro oa ef ooMrt
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Mr. W. W. Hughes, of Marion, Ark., AiM L an R oym e Lodge. ,m aU B A _MJs _N
k In Tas"llss ak his first visit Benediction- Rev. B. .Pruitt.
to his .s and heir, William Wightman. --. ,
~iO11s oeon Be, beJ we .. W. E. Williams, of Marion, the 7s as r l 0 im
Jr. Mrs. Huges asM been hee nsoy- i tod circuit_ t
eral w"ks, the st of lher parentappointed circuit judge .odn p ne, was M .. .. .* _**
Dr. and Mrs. W. E.Moor. Mr. H registere d at the Lean the early part of gow lset1t^ 0 1gg old
was one a mueh-beloved member other the week. m.. ._ IL 9I 'g
Florida State College faculty. Judge Malone of Quincy, is holding es r Ui i
Several Tallahasseeans who were on court this week in Tallahassee, and m- I. seel--s g- d **- -m e -
board inform The True Democrat that while here makes his headquarters at @1161 rA
me miscreant fired a lad of buckshot the Leon. _
a the train pTalying between Dritoev. n W. H. Cody, a prominent orange
&ad Monticello, Sunday, severely wound. grower of South Florida, was a guest
| g the brakeman and fireman. The of the Leon one day this week.
train oowas stopped and th woods search. Mrs. V. Stewart entertained a few
s4, but the perpetrator could not be guests last week at tUp Leon Hotel, C
ISnd. 'Animated Bridge" was the feature of
Rev. J. Edgar Wilson, Presiding El. the afternoon, and was greatly enjoyed
6q' of the Tallahassee Vistrict, Rev. I. by all the guests.
S Patterson, pastor of Trinity, Rev. J. Several of the large tobacco compa. 316101111% 2-
3. Woodward, assistant pator, and nies in Leon county contemplated grow. ...61 hbM 1"
am. Patterson will go to Miami next ing a lettuce crop this season, but owing lis es. a -. .
to attend the annual seeisen of to the excessively dry weather wre .. -P Saba le3
flrldaConference of the Methodist forced to forego the experiment. Sev. esan -MIS
M Church, South. eral companies, favorably stated, winm 3m.... '
R i Caege facaty were delightfully doubtless put in Irrigation plants In the s t aost Iunt W
SWedneday evening at a near future, for this purpose.
leader the. by ise C1em Messrs. J. H. Inman, of New York,
at the Lese MoteL As ndab- d H. H BeLndist, of New Ha,
wan'agWed bythe eb ., ae am the Less's
a he newi r atteduep g~ for the is These
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UL A ONALTTES. Tallahassee, Fla., Decembe.9, 1908.
Lr AND ---- ---_ The fourth Quarterly Conference for
Dr. Thomas N. Evans, Dentist, office Tallahassee station, Tallnhasek dis-
e trhtrict, Florida Confersce, envened 1.
r^No. ..,7 v ,, R .. 9, "ON.................. .- ., ,B
Trinitychurch this evenlig. Rev.J. Ed- m- ---
Get your p u framed for Christ- r W .o od i e, -.
mas at Corbett s. All kinds of artistic Car Wilson, preskidgolder, IntheeAsk rom hch to make selec- After religious v serve conducted by .74e'teapoo a*ms1 o .. -

Piano Voting Coupons will be given J. Evans as secretary. sSim:::
by us with each purchase hereafter, The following officers were elected r.
no matter how small. for the ensuing year: Stewards for LnCTURE ON VR STeAy. WALvUR & BLACK. Trinity church, W M. U. M cI W.
Get your pictures framed for Christ- wax R. o.. rEvans : Z.G.C-t.k..- ,_ ,-.-
a"s atCorbett' All kinds of artistic Davis,J. Cellia.~Ge at the Lqea 1k% W1 GIfLAF Y
mukling from which to make se-c- M.klr J FF Demilly,T.eS
__a .o~40-tf V.rnd *xcates,.. chlld, Naoasi se,'. cSQ. u.c It. Ca W.B Nn SP"tb
Two young ladies deiring a*nice for- J.H C. MS 1 Mr. bes A. Ml lW at t T t t t tn n.l T
Spiller Poo scoISt on. utBe atwthe hht.t. the. S
ood should apply at 112 Pa M. A. Smith, Dra.ord Byrd, F. P. L.on o te, Wedas might on fore.- whih became a- apparent & Issue
ooIe fpply m cn e ac Woodward. try. A te-love student of this nlater- of last week, continues unaba s
e i ely furnished front w fetip sbjectp Mr. Mille was thorough-IT
room at 112 PPre Avenue. 41Ban s. p areWwd to present it in a clear, tor- herinthe ed. though MissProctorti I s 0 J.. I Weit
Picture Framing for Christmas artis- Coins BesSwry H. Shaw. lMble and interesting manner that car- but few votes behin It will be a sr TalSS l
tically done at Corbett's. 40-tf Superintendent Sundayschool, Trial- rid convictionto his audience. Apleass- strong rae for these two in the al .- .
Bloxham Rifles have drill at armory t : G W. Saxon; assistant, W. W. in ole and personality, clear onunei- wd-p for the first posit on ?SALM e of NO CO .
very Wednesday night J. Stewart Trammell. a on and a unhesitating flow of lang- 8as e of the other contempt should leys. A bargain at this ofice
t,.,= -,tmSuperintendent, Boulevard: T. N. uaarel the sueeessful leturer t up toward the head within the next a-, I to
Lewscaptain. God ;e we ttant, Georoe Bank. aothese eentia are make Othe final contest RuD.a.,p
Pecans forsale by E W. Godbo stnt, George k. an o ments e poesu ore n from Ta ass for Rubber- St
Pecans for sale by Recording Steward for Trinity, F. J. by Mr. Mills. the more ret..
Clarke. 42-2t Black; for Boulevard, John McKen- The speaker presented his. subject Both of the handsome pianos are now We make them 4uik as goo4 as
Mr. and Mur. R. W. Williams leave drick, Jr. first from an economic standpoint. He on exhibition in the city, one being at best and cheap.
Saturday for their home in Washington, District Stewards for Trinit y G. W. showed how the wealth of the nation the Jewelry store of P. T. Nicholon a Us For a kinds p ria,
D. C. Saxon; for Boulevard 0. C. VaBrunt, could be augmented by the enlargement and the other in the store of Walker & Furnish your stationery ne
C. R. Handle, the licensed under- President Senior Epworth League, and protection of its forest area. He Black. as cheap, or cheaper than you can by
taker and embalmer, has an advertise- Paul T. Nicholson; Secretary, J. E. explained how largely the forests con- Remember the contest will close at blank paper from retailers. very
ment in this issue, to which attention Woodward; .lt vice president, Miss duced to the comfort and health of hu- noon, Fedruary 1, 1909. Friends, get farmer should have his printed Letter
is directed. Clifton Byrd; 2d vice president Miss man beings; how dependent upon them bu ...... heads and Envelopes.
Mr. Geo. Lewis has returned home Marie McConnell; 3d vice president, were the steams and rivers for the con. ere follows the a standing of the con-
from a protracted visit in the North. Miss enton Davis; 4th vice president, servation of their water supply, and testa ts: FOR WOOD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
from a protracted visit in the North. William P. B rd. how large a part they played in the pre- Ms May Stoutamire, Blox- Phone No. 217.
Mr. J. G. Kellum has returned from Surintendent Junior League Mrs. veotion of floods, and how they served ham ---------..........-----. 96,419
a meeting of the State Board of Control I S tt n Florence Proctor ...... 91,648 TaMPAs NOTIcro, printed on cloth
held recently in Jacksonville. S. tterson. as a bulwark against waves of either Ruth Alligood, Crawford- on abort notice at reasonable prices at
The El Provedo ool room is now un- extreme heat or cold .. ville............... 40,8(5 this office, and it might be well. to rr-
der a new manaement Resolutions adopted by the Fourth Mr. Malls made a plea for the birds. Alice Pat person. Chaires 22,725 short Trespass Notices in your home
Mer G aewprorn o mr.r Quarterly Conference of Tallahassee Not from a sentimental standpoint, but .* Mary Windham...... 1-765 local newspaper.
Mr. E. H. Groom, a prosperous mer- n Station, Tallahaasee district, Florida from the standpoint of economy. He Myrtle Grapling, Cen.
chant of WaLisa, spent Tuesday iConterence, December 9th 1906 pointed out the important part they treville.............. 9795 R IDNCS POR SAL.-On North
.Whereas, Rev. J. EdgarWilson, our played in the preservation of trees from Eva Grissett, city 9?10 Monroe and Calhoun streets. Bargains.
There has been quite a revival in busi- esteemed presiding elder, has finished the ra es of insects, mice and rab- Lula Dee Keith... .... 8120 Apply to W. W. McGriff. 82-t
ass since the approach of the holidays, the term allowed by the. lawa of our bits; anall of his statements, without Katie West, Monticello 8106 FOR SALb-Cotton Derrick Truck and
Carrabelle bar and harbor will get church- therefore be it,, g into dry, statistical detail, were Jessie May Farley..... 6878 Scales. Apply to R. A. Shine. 41.4
$75,000 in the appropriation bill at the Resolved, First-That we hereby ex- mpasized by proofs taken from scien- Lottie Pichard ....... 61156 J. H Burr V .tenr ,
present season of congress. ress the high appreciation in which he t u reP!rt ttBheoncatwo----men- Phoe N 217
S. E. Cobb, of Jacksonville, was in the :-held, both personally and o ly t ills spoke ad Roe.............-------- 2940
Capital City several days this week a us and the church membership oft of the Female CollegWednesday mo Janita Forbes, city... 49
witness inthe Tho. E.Morgan trial charge. g, and to the high school students Rb Dval 1 A Welcom em.
ea rge Second-That w rrt the nee Thurday morning, and every case use McGriff ...... 119
Already preparations are being made tof losing his valued services as pre. he met with the most interested atten- Ella Lewis, vil On Friday ateroon, from 4o
for an elaborate system of street deco. s older tion from every one of his varied audi- Luci Saxon 40 Mra. Evans and Mrs. C. Clough were
rations honor or Governor Gilchrist's -Tat we commead im aa noces.o..c. l l D to th-irT Capital--
., :. christian gentlenman whose dailyfe _t M nr. trheemploy of FoMtrY Gertrude CIlttnde... 305 trend. On t a Ma
Dr. H. E. Palmer and family have Wows that be lives ca to God, awae S i s s, ork Mr. Jo.RobaonWoodvle 00 t..of
been eating delicious Pondeross toma- leader in the church, a a ing interest in the subject of Annie Lester,Monticello 2456 who b d to oI T I
toes all through the fall season, gath- preacher of the gospel of peace W g .II a -and women of Mrs. George Smith,Crawford- who ad so mad herself t
ered from his garden. The fruit was would commend hm to the appointind Sls e vi--.............. 240 t w ----------
borne on vines grown from cuttings power of the church as a minsiter eah S tate wl be Mis nLia Budd, Montocel, 22 6 .preL tyshome a ss
plated in August. bleof fillimn any placebo signed hr ma a nmumberof ae os Ruth -a-- t--- 2 beautifully and tastefully deor ated --
b -e 1 --eday. men M aste R J .- E- -A -s, --';. I shot a r os --int u s esl11-d--------o240tbamdoohealmstandate or T- h e I e
Mrs. A. .Weeks and miss Catherine but wereaiise i to be re, plaUted Mis Cai.o t weo;m il. pal so 2 os. h'e-. .. ..
-- -- to e cor, ,e -e -- d a ter, -- ss .*L e ge_ o. -- ero-.- -- -h. i ki ll dh as c ndMe V- -- U- --1 p-A .--_ -- e nt h a ll was a tw ers rof
sreturned a oany,. t ely income rFanne wis e100 fr r wa s_ s .ldw ouset sl
havt in asthissrecorditasanlcpat u n Stateoin government Le Pa r anlQuincy 175 ras 'e7 a c---
. Yv. months with friend, in mF t, T t he wiU carry with him a~ lt wi or TaylorMonticello 1 o we sa .es.t
earoN.. h p o in any field that he may enter our beat ly autl --dw .e-imBas l.ns
mr.J.R.Ashmore, a prominent citi- wishes and love, and our prayers will Coupons must be voted each week to, the. Evans, ?pasie b
o he ime, we a dues vst follow hi m in all his labors for our comrn- oiroete on or before date they bIdr.Msb Notice A d a rsr. --e .eive te--.r-
me. n Master. R. J. EVANS, See'y. I .I,. hote rw ite the air; it fell ,- date and do not hold them after date or hosts of friends. 'Lrmt ,the e
Mrs. A. L. Sound has gone to Tennes-. is-- --------- "J Swwil- l become old^ -S-v rlmL mu
s.e to easort home hr daughter,. fMiss l pe e of Sem w." eisit re till o i a nid sel Pveat i e r al comjlakd maiam
Annie ll oyd Bond, who is attend, ilhgL. r I m p iW 1i nWsa Id hI calf. -and -----b -- entertaine dus with Both Instruetal
f -- pn ~rel" l" -o ""e In Tallahassee, as elsewhere through. I bd to ppla i. dofltl d a half. ,--,. he -... and vocal selections.
rmont hool, near Suwannee. out the State the annual memorial I bought so-,rnm some ra ots. At l erar hvee e oport Served a dainty alad course, coffee
Dr. R. S.. Goodbread, of Chatta- meeting, or "Lodge of Sorrow," was and a neighbor 1 11t 1MOd.hiscats; At Muiro'i Opera House last night, and candies.
hoochee. chief physician of the Ho b~tl held by the brotherhood of Elks in their and rather than alm e joMe_ the fence, Mr. Chab. W. Ritchie and his company A BeVY or COLuECOE GIL,
for the Insane. was a guest of the n hall on Monroe street last Sunday after- I paid him four de i a cents, presented the famous Cuban strules -
Wednesday. noon. One night I set ll r toy baoon for liberty in three acts, entitled VFor arylad Shows
M rs. P. D. Davidsop, of Quinc A suitable program had been care- nd hoped it would oMtin it reached Liberty and Love. Will be here all next week, a om
B. F. C p, of White Sprns; A. fully prepared, the musical part of the moon; but the ~ om Miss Mabel Palge, the star, was at lof 1 nd ov e ig ha
Small, s Lake City, and J.. wSmith, whch was most pleasingly rendered. In farmer's straw, 0 laU lif __ eAt- her beet, as also wa the entire corn. de one'maat Thre gd
Sntin gs guests Buford paid a fitting tribute to the wih .._ random .h. never hits in [ahassee rarely have the op,-rtunity anti Bes t-l? Cn iva erhas
o. la exof a r:miiw the an eloquent aryss, Con. ivr s tl0 oo.olaw, t hO oA w pwI .o p tand the thewtregtoi ng pel .opleofu t. Thi wl,,e one of the
e-aed i putti' in a team hetng whom, then, teure were on two- spring, that y l pany play tonight and tomorrow
" w bdce he he Follow ing is progran otom or o w
a Compf y, at BradiovTlle, Forty-eight hours later, however, death Walt Mason, i I i, an. eue, as they ar a deserving and up- evening on thetr-s -
Th contractor bea. n work Mondy, ple anoth er. ae upon the tablet, Gaaette. .._...n teOate, clean clear through troupe of The Mabel P.1g. Company arrived
ane 35 ldd the Tallahassee lodge lost their --- w -w- ieractera. yesterday and are staMs rat the Blox
morng in excavatng for th addition hoored secre-tary, Co- Frd L, Rob- .eat.f .. .i mi. -- w. ., .... -....-.....
S-the .ounty .ourt.ou.e. nck are e lph.ono ee T fA _o ,A o w- *^.----.
mew beinf laced on tbe ground and the F^o l is the program We are dilKayg sh Baaessrtmmt Cemmiesleeess f
k will be pused to completion. Invocatio'n-Re;v.Smuel'Moran. of Holiday ]Mis Adds/ G JGe-tf II _lAK Tiio>ggy Ig A-a1.
Ker. Nat R. Walker, a prominent Solo. "For All Eternity"-Miss Ger- r*r-* **fM lam .--i _-Jnfc r J+A
-MO. lega business, and ls a puest of Arthur Randolph and Miss Mary Page .__"_______ ___________ :________ _UMi
Ho.o W. L. Clarke, of Monticelo, Anthem, "Lead Kindly Lightf'-By I --. :1 + g. i,
James 3. Hartrklge, of Jacksonville, Idge.
ad B. C. Love, of Quincy, are among Memorial Address-Hon. Rivers H. II i^ KP ^ .B
the prominent lawyer attedng the Bu ord ... TbM" B^ V ^N ^LLy a.
Sterm of court, who are regis. "Nearer, My God, to T -mee.-By s.

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w 6lew tax"

St" iase note the
ofeleplo ed If
etId of y and the t
= a invariably the ase that high
Mae ar an M ll ispenaable condkion
,., esedet to that state of affairs. And
people an willing in such instances,
they undrtand -that without
Seeh tafation the causes which produce
the high level of their prosperity would
not be operative.
ligh taxation legitimately imposed,
with the graft and boodle element elimi-
nated, iesloth the result .and the cause
of conditions which imply a busy, intel-
ligent and pro resave people in towns
and country alike, where all are hopeful
and where Improvements and develop-
ment are the characteristics along every
line of activity. We cannot have a
good article of goods without paying a
good price, but we can get the shoddy
article any time for half price or less.
Just so in government, which is a com-
plex and costly machine, whose influ-
ence is entering more and more into our
daily activities as population grows
more dense and our human necessities
* are correspondingly increased.
We may talk about Jeffersonian sim-
plicity as much as we please, but until
some cataclysm destroys about three.
fourths of our ple and the pressure
of living has been diminished in like
S ration, we will amee no more of that kind
of simplicity. And the community or
*" State which seeks to restore the Jeffer-
acalan age of the republic by insisting
Sthe tax rate of that day to pay the
L.. of govmia ..many times more
S (and necessarily so), simply con-
itaelf to stagnation, sloth and
We can hold our public ervanta to
?i Naccountability in Imposing, col-
i ad diaburaing our taxes, _k ut
aO more grow greet and rich
Sg leperus as a people by eternally
( ertvy and raising the spirite
! la~e ery of low tax than the little
S Wi of abshort vision in the marts of
trade san double his wealth and com-
pete with ti broader minds around
Sby pursuing the piesay, methods
of his ancestors who exchanged goods
for pelts and had scant com tition to
The breech-clouted Indian in the
prmeval forest paid no taxes at all, and
that Is the Ideal condition which some
of the tax-kilekmr would have now, but
we can't have modern eiviliation with-
Sout pa yg the price and we can't feed
all the ores of millions of mouths,
d eloth all the sore of millions
of bodies and educate all thee mores
of MillieM of minds and and work for
S all thee eores of millions of hands in
a highly orgalged state of society
without ubmittlge to taxes eomrrespond-
to th necemities of such a state
we also ap the advantages re-
Low taxes means a cheap people, and
cheap pupip ane always poor and get-
tiug poorer.- -Pensscola ournaL
Net of AppOtam for Tax Deed
GiveH to Aeiordaoee with Sections
M T4 sad M of the General Statutes
of the o ote of Florids:

press Tanks

al ad Workmip.

T. r e hl domeated in our caiagme
ma N *Wto cemsmer.

FurnishinLg Lummr in all Gnrde at Low


Apalachicola, Fla.
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IT is not by chance.
that the HOWARD
watch is the one truly
fine watch made in
America. -* '
. The HOWARD Is the reft ned
combination of the finest material
and workmanship ever put into an
American watch. -' "
, Every HOWARD i adjusted is
its m. and price-ticketed at the
factory-35.oo to $1,0soo. The
price as iswr cut. .
, We are distributos for thirds
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Ladies of the
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if you are contemplating any kind of building.

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Material, such that even the
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Variety-in Colors of Leat

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Call and we will Prove Every
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Suitable to both Seller and
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Prices Reasonable.


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Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
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The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turk ey, water
home of the Wild Goo. and Wild Duck. The bet Quail and
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Sate. .
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Tafahsse riday. DeO& III IMS

If you should get killed by an auto.
you would be autocuted.
King Edwards weighs 210 pounds but
Teddy can go him a few better.
One of TallahaFsee's greatest days
will be that on which Gilchrist becomes
governor. .,
There will be no sign of dull times
over your door if you will never let
business be forgotten.
. Wednesday of this week was the
300th anniversary of the birth of John
Milton, the greatest of epic poets.
Camilla, Ga., is having a night-riders
sedation. This is getting too near Tal-
lahassee and Leon county for comfort.
Leon county wants more big tobacco
corporations. There is money for" a
hundred or more large enterprises judi-
ciously managed.
The people of Atlanta have at last
repudiated Jim Woodward, the political
stench who has time and again dishon-
ored that fair city.
Municipal politics is not warming up
to many appreciable extent. Are there
not any cilisens of Tallahassee who
want to fill the offices?
The sixtieth congress convened Mon-
day. But it will not be one-half the in-
teest to Tallahasseeans as the next
session of the legislature.
There is to be a State wide campaign
against tuberculosis. All lodges and
organizations are. expected to give the
movement encouragement.
Plant City is daily shipping straw-
berries. But they demand 40 cents a
quart and the poor editor can only stand
adda and let his mouth water.
The Democrats have elected Champ
Clarke as their leader in the National
House of Representatives. A better se-
lection could not have been made.
Teddy is again placing some of the
lading editors of the country in the
Aumanias club. He doesn't hesitate to

d. It when they confront him with his
ledsa .__
The Pensacola Journal is one of the
bet edited papers in the South. We are
w;t acquainte4 with its editor, but his
dear, forceful, piquant style is an in-
spiration to the fraternity.
The press of the State will now be
questioning why a Hillsborough jury
tailed to convict L'Engle of libeling
Editor Stovall when a Polk jury con-
viAted him of libeling such a man aa
Jodn Graham.
The Southern Commercial Congress
tor exploiting the resources and possi-
blties of the Southern States is in ses-
de in Washington this week. The
Capital City of Florida should have had
a representative there.
A Talahasseean gets $40 worth of
sat each year from one pecan tree in
Sback* yard. What would ten thou-
nd acres of such trees bring into Leon
county? Just make the calculation
rye elf. At least a million dollars.
The new editor of the Tallaassee
S Is Democrat declares that the Capi-
S tal MOt a not finished, and pronpo
b give its people something to do.
Nsmams Ia sometihns the "finis'"
S- politaIn, however. -

em. an repertu it he
S ben the abode of a poei
n ub i about ins *ed" the


The True DemesyM Ogite a
Number to Arge the ,m lm a
poultry Woods" Ia iese
the suggestion w i made iigl weeks
ago, a oentlemamn i So Albama
even writing about the malte.te. t
the chik faniews get t i ad
help each other ia the good aMleat?
Th. people of PloridM who are a
formed oa the queustl and Itm have
not already eoe ander the ppmosleI
spell of the school book trust, an
fal that the mxt legislature wl
mon enouh in it who an without pris
to pass a uniform school book law.-
Plant City Couriw.
Gove or Broward will go ouat of of-
foe met mouth with many friends aad

many emies. And if he hadn't boee
a Governor of force and efefieny he
would have had nither.-Ponsacola

He is indeed a peoellar pecimen who
can go through ts existence and leave
neither friends nor emss.
Milton A. Smith, wk was for twenty-
five years editor of threat Blast, An.-
niston, Ala., and who sla ef thebest
known newspaper menm tho State, has
just become editor and owsar of the
Tallahassee (Fla.) True Demnrat, hav-
ing bought out the interest ef John G.
Collins. Smith intends to make his
newspaper the leading weekly of Flor-
ida.-Newspaperdom, New York.

A special train engaged by Colonel
T. M. Weir will run from Tampa to
Tallahassee to carry visitors to their in-
auguration of Governor Gilchrist. The
Capital City is making great prepara-
tions for the event.-Ex.
We think there will have to be sve-
ral special trains and a great prepara-
tion for the friends of the Governor
should they all want to attend.-Lake
Butler Star.
Florida newspaperdom will extend
sincerest sympathies to Editor Willis
M. Ball, of the Jacksonville Tepea I
Union, in the death of hismother, Mrs.
Christina E Ball, who died Saturday,
at the age of 71, at her hom Tala-
hassee. Mrs. Ball had resdM in Talla-
hassee many years and was the widMo
of Major Glover Allan Ball, of the Con-
federate Army. She leaves a sainted
memory to surviving relatives.--Tampa
Tribune. A

The Washington Tunes, Frank A.
Munsey's paper, wllim a Sunday af-
ternoon edition-the first in this coun-
try. -Tampa Tribune. .
The True Democrat is hopeful that it
will die a bornin'. The United StatN is
recognized all over the world as a land
of christendom, and its editor belleyes
that this fact has had much to do with
its wonderful prosperity. We hope the
people of this country will not encour-
age Munsey's bold attempt to desecrate
the Christian's Sabbath.

Under the skillful management of
Milton A. Smith, a newspaper man of
ability and judgment, the Tallahasree
True Democrat is fast coming to the
fore in the field of Florida journalism.
- Palatka Times-Herald.
We clip the above to correct the im-
pression of Brother McKensie. The
True Democrat has been "to the fore

in the field of Florida journalism" for
several years past, under the conduct
of its former editor. The present edi-
tor only hopes to be able to maintain
its high position among the newspapers
of the State.
The practicability of cultivating the
camphor tree in Florids proftably beio
conceded, moves the TTsmlhasms oe
Democrat to say: "The largest and
most luxuriant specimens of the cam-
phor tree to be found in Floridaa r in
Tallahassee and Leon county, showing
that our soil and climate are particu-
larly adapted to their cultivation."
Camphor culture may yet be as impor-
tant a source of wealth to Florlda as is
any other, and those counties which
have the proper soil may beo gretly en-
riched by paying attention to it.--Jack-
sonville Timesa-Union.
Ocala has a Woman's Civic League,
which aids in the improvement of the
town materially by fostering various
improvements, the least of which is noet
the planting of shade trees in the
streets. Wish every town In the Stiat
had such a league, as if there is a thl
appreciated in Florida it is shads toees
in the summer tmae.-Jmacksonmle Me.

Talbames women a ahead o the
m la the march f paI s. a
maintain an active town t

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~hBar. % -a w mnlw jaw
tin os Whe ~ag
re kung ft *tea i.*
tme ots petecive iw "dS taul
hr m.,that 66 abelmdim

oebmw*o t nation; tgob"evmad
ot auto= MdUdeft

tvw~fAAW~tnmi=-i,,v' hereabfterA

comm or Otho r roper tribunal,
created to deal with I."
The gieman is eminently correct
in his preposition. A tariff commlmmon
is one of the essential needs of our
government Tinkering with the tariff
should h as far removed as possible
from partan politics.
The True Democrat is rejoiced to ee
great bouyancy among all the Wall
street Intereets. During one day lat
week there were twenty-fiye or more
stocks which made a new record in up-
ward tendency for the year, and this
gives a very good indication of the feel-
ing among financiers.
The moneyed interests evidently feel
that the panic is over and are doing
what they conscientiously can for a
restoration of confidence. The railroads
and larger industrials are again active
in selling their bonds and funding their
notes which were issued a couple of
years ago to tide them over expanded
qxpeaess and outlay.
The great resumption of business that
is Oa and constantly increasing will
seen bring a heavy demand for lumber
sand naval stores, and liven up the to-
beeso market, the three great interests
which so materially affect this setion.
We may expect the next to be a good
businslnei yar in Tallaha-ee and Leon

,A the Havaoas ews has
:4i Democrat several
that Wm. J. Bryan
From an editorial
in a l of the Commoner,
Brya' e the "growth of so-
cialisem,'P py ta following:
"Just is t" Popit party grew un-

the w until it
forest to-s e the govern-
met to look -wroar that are
This is certainly lange declara-
tion to come f W the who headed
the last demoematli B 1 ticket.
If be b a real dsmo t be should
have inserted that demoertle opposi-
tion would yet aw!i the party In
power "to look that are
done and,.toa
rplSIa licyaiATK,
The people iime'very
much interested Ms to fa. w pra Me
over the two Igl btive bi at th
session next g. The m
Newsay: y.
The Evenig News haas a daie to
boast of be~f "'mb 1 -a-SM
Man," but mwe.Adm s .el I w
ner in whih tb
State have t 8bei&
Fred.M. Hu. : ,
to moadt Presiaet 51 S e S
of Prids. T.
It seems to be sal "
that Mr. HRdeem
Senate when it MMM
If therehas ben iim-to
candidacy the Aha Let
rachad this e a io fl

The aual eeW
Clubs of Flords & J
week. It was al,
meetig. Mrsm T.
Taumanass*, wea 4hoh
Miss Lewis, alms -ll
retry. The I mXW4

pulsory iirt B

be made
wemen I lin, mn
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The pphsla thb abw 4

emsatiton; thereoa ths y doemmadl a elo.*eogr
naew, not apatehAMe The ftl given leadi g la h
grown man, whae outgrows mbis sease iM: "i 3N the th
pants, does anot want them pst u areda butt a
a new pair ain keeping wth his age, j r

mad a new garment suitable for her se l ae2 t
thinkwla tm so to maks

Within a month the 8tate of Plorids T CtheC lle lOIae
will be compelled to choose which dire- Thime Plo of our towi bet
tion it will take on the drainage f ques-a n-_ hlale W I

The State was plunged into a vast
scheme of Everglade draining without
investigation or consideration.
Under the plan adopted by the Gov-I
ernor thousands, yes hundreds of thous-
ands, of dollars have already been
It will be inembent on the new ad-
ministration to determme whether this
expense shall continue.
It must doeidM whether the present
haphazard methods are to be contained,
or whether there shall be a careful ex-
amination into past expenditures, and
an investigation into the practe*ability
of the whole matter of drainage.
Considerable curiosity is being ex-
pressled as to which course the new ad-
pmin'stretli- will pursue, and the people
are asking:
Which way, Governor ?-Miami Rec-
The Tampa Tribune contains the fol-
lowing saent the recent eonvictio of
Claude L'Engle for libel in Polk county:
The conviction of Claude L'Bagle is
merely incidental. He will be par-
doned. He stands too close to the gov-
ernor, too lose to the Capitol odias,
to fear that be will be called upon to
pay any penalty.
When the Pardoning Board is eo liber.
al w th its favors to ordinary applicants
for clemency, it is beyond compreben-
sion that one so higb in te condence
of the members of the Board, so thor-
oughly in line with the adminltratuon,
will appeal in vain.
Of the merits of the Ibetase we
know little and earm less; but the TAi.
bone will wager Its plant aganlast a
Washington hand-pres that L'3Igl
never pays a dollar or serves an hbr
for the oftae of which he has jt
been found guilty.
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thee houleT- beT MM's OriO.-
dam Asselddmes k hishl N% md
thev propass to m"et InOlty eBat
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on now being delivered every night
at the Catholic church, that rather
Bresnaha, In announeing their eontis
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lowingstof subjects tobe ted

-The Mercy of God.
at 10 a. m.--The Mass. A
ud t-Can a Men be Saed
Mday Wo Learn What to Do
to Seu eternal Lifa.
Te Distinguishing Marks
of, The t 8hurc, a
Wea-es-The Remdy for Sin, or
-Does the Church Founded
Friday, Dee. -Why CathoHs Pray
for and to the Dead.


rFe the Chr ofUS.LJaew as u,
aeld as 0-1ms a u s

The handsomeparrs of Ma.r s-
Wilson's reaidene were put at the di.-
poesal yesterday afterneen, e te laes
of St. John's parib, for the purpeae of '

a delightful treat In the way of a
ea:pWo had been a raiged for. An
unblae u r wea paents
and a handsome offering
for the benefitaof9 JoI' a h
number the rm ist ead
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TIh WNI ,Wff blade is thick augh to permit ad a dele
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For the next 30 days my entire stock will be

Offered at Reduced Prices.
For cheap and medium grade Furni-
ttr, my pries can't be beat

A complete line of Matting,
R~gs and Art Squares at cut
prices-Comforts Blankets and

.Spreads at cut prices. .: : :
SIts Pieturmyou see my line.

A few Parlor Stdeboards ajn

SWarfr bes to clos out at pri
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The Greatest Premium of the Age.

The Tension Spring attachment doe away with resharpen-
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rivet so that any kind of material may be eat with perfect
ease, without tiurg the hand. The Tension Spring takes up
all we on the rivet, making the SHEARS practically IN-
DDITRUCTIBjE. A simple turn of the little thumb-screw
shown in the engraving, tightens up the blades as closely as
sMy be desired. Any woman who has had the exaape~ting
*apereee of trying to use a dull pair of shears can readily
appreciate the value of the new invention WHICH KEEPS
THIS PAIR OF SHEARS ALWAYS sharp and in perfect
cutting condition. No matter how many pairs of shears or
scissors you may have around the house, you need this pair
with the Tension Spring, and when you get and use it once,
you will use it in preference to any other you may have.
These SHEARS are perfectly finished and heavily nickel
plated eight inches in length.

We Guarantee

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

How to Get the Shears.

kill out this blank and mail a money order for $1.25, for
The True Democrat one year and a pair of these shears will
be mailed to you within ten days, absolutely free

True Democrat, Tallahassee. Fla. :-*
Enclosed find $1 25. Send me the shears, and True Demo-
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Favorite Brand Fertilizers

Dealers to

Agricultural Chemicals

And all Fertilizing Material.

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Don't forget we are still in the Lumber 5
business. Strictly wholesale dealers for

Brick, Lime and all kinds of
Building Material
From the Lowest Grade to the Highest.
Our Log Suit is Best Prike and Prompt Delivery.
|LOS _tw fte No. 249.
Cal Is Itat Our Etpn.

Ofe a stoe a de wnrw co., wdcy, na. ;f

SOw =p m youW r by evig
A. R. 8. TWINE
pafir Be~~ts and ShM rt Cla Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
.AMW we have Ia s WMaftf Mith ayi s bNe A&

y ad PlWofi do tis work. YoarOld
Nsew sii anMd eNko" MOWa s
Ib. $43O CL ft.d oow ..N:o.
y uwa TO M? iNZYrs *urAUwRAt.

Caught Alive.
A New Yorker, a big game hunter
of many years' experience, was lion
shooting In Uganda. He had excel-
lent luck. Nearly every day be posed
in a complacent attitude beside a
freshly killed lion, and his photog-
rapher snapped him for the mags-
One afternoon the photographer.
who was taking a nap in the hut, was
awakened by a loud noise. He rose
and looked out. Sprinting toward him
from the jungle, bat gone and coat-
tails flying, came his chief, and, with
terrible roars and growls, a huge lion
bounded at his heels.
The photographer gazed spellbound
at the strange and exciting picture.
His chief, perceiving him. shouted:
"Quick. quick! Open the door.
George! I'm bringi, him home
alive!"- Washington Star.
Spoiling a Tragedy.
"If you don't marry me." be said des-
perately, "I shall kill myself."
"And write a note telling all about
it?" queried the maid.
"And bold my photograph in your
other hand?'
"I had thought about it"
"Well, Just wait a minute." she aid,
"and I'Ull borrow pa's pistol for you.
My, but won't It be romantic'
But he faded.
The Head of the House.
It is folly to call the husband the
bead of the houe: he is not. It is but
a courtesy title at beet, since in truth
he is but an Incident In the borne lie,
while the wife and mother is Its whole
existence. Literally the mon of do-
mestic happiness rises and sets la the
face of the wife and mother.-Cara
Morris In Housekeeper.
Not an Advertiser.
"Did you hang up any mistletoe as*
Christmas asked Erastus Pinkley.
"'Deed I didn't." answered Miss
Miami Brown. "I's got a little toe
much pride to advertise fob de ordinary
courtesies dat a lady has a right to
Widow (at washtkb)-Are you pO0l-
tire you love me?
Suitr-Of earse I am.
Widow-Wbatre the matter? le
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x Original Cash Store of Middle Florida) has- left a
very distinct trail along the route of "trail. passing,"
through the counties of Franklin, Wakulla and Leon, and
extending even into the border counties of Jefferson and
Gadsden. -
This Highway is so distinct and clear that all
doubts (if any were ever entertained) of the wisdom of
our policy, is now removed. -
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Remember, the BlackCat Sale lasts until December 25th.

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and it is time you was selecting your Presents?

W ort h (lH g ntr i erin t o I have one of the largest asortments of Holidy Goods
ort gon t erinever-bmght to Tallahaee, and when buying from me
you don't pay any more, perhaps less than in an indifferent store, but you are Certain of Quality.
Come one and all, select your presents and let me put them aside for you, by so doing you will
avoid the rush and will be sure of your choice.
Have you seen my large assortment of Bracelets, Watches, Diamonds, Hand Painted China, Cut
Glass, Silver-ware, Chocolate-sets, Manacure sets, Clocks and Novelties.



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How Alexander Untied

the Knot.
By Herbert Kaufman.
Alexander the Great was being shown the Gordian
Knot. "It can't be untied," they told him; "every
man who tried to do it fell down."
But Alexander was not discouraged because the

Grsu lhiehra eM Demurs
Ia Ptaida Shade a3d
W8mw TobacCS
warebsus sad Phasatlemi: Qtney,
GasMa- Coraty, Via.
) Viais-z OjA CMICAL (.
owrniaxa-We have tested your
P, o i -ALAU tobsceo fertilser for.
nmla. eld us as an experiment last
year, as complete fertilizer for grow-
lag cigar leaf tobacco.
We are pleased to sate that this
exrlimeont was highly satisactory--
lit. Because it gave a good burn.
2nd. DBeuse It Increased the yield
300 to 800 pounds per acre.
It did not Injure the color of texture
In the slightest; in fact, this tobacco
grown with your fertilizer gave a more
S uniform color and texture than that
grown with other fertilizer.
SIf you hold this formula to this
standard, and sell this fertilizer at ap
proximately the same price, we are
conafdent that it will be vastly to the
tntrest of all tobacco growers to use
the same.
With kindest regards, we are,
Yours truly.
D. A. Ohw, President.

quw'r, FA., October 10, 00ti.
1IIA-CAnUNA CasM L. 0o.,
Beessamh, Ge.
I .n -We have waed this year
e It) toMs of yr P Vnos.BPALA
4- -our tobseco plantatim and must
Wr that same has proven up to oar
entire atisfatetion. We have given
misxturts tewagh I*se anMd can
recommend it to anyne who
wnes to produce a first-elass bum of
tobsaoes, which Is very mnecery.
We will place our orders. with you
for otr e re seeds for the oetMag
i eaew ad' trust that you will be for
t" at tIs selling a lod deal of It t
this eemmunity.
Very fruly yours,
Wurn TosACoo coxmasa,
By Mas Wedees, Manager.

Aw Aurwrs, GA., October 30. 1089.
Gmr'rsiad-The special obade to
baco formula. PMps3o-.AWIV with
Petastsum N1trates, pureeased froam

y based on my crop aof saded
ear b tobacco, sad on sme other
s otpro-v perfectly at-
Igoods Ia o
Uto. wvuh ottca-d meal In the
proportlem of 1,000 pounds ot PumM
3o-JAtLAU to 2,000 odNs of ootto-
seed meal per acre. and think this Is
the right proportion, as the growth
was entirely m-tteitetory, as well as
the burn, texture and all the other prop-
ertie that a frst-class, shade-grown
crop should have.
I feel sure that you have at last
struck the proper formula and one
that fully supplies a loag-felt want,
and, as long as I grow sa4e tobacco
and you hold the goods up to the pree-
ent standard, I shall giveyou my
business for myself, tenants and cus-
As a further advantage that this
PHnoaHO-ALKALI has over all other
formulas that contain potash is that
the other goods leach all the plant-
food out of the land, while this one
(Phospho-Alkall) adds to the proper-
ties and also produces a tobacco that
burns perfectly, which is all the use
that potash is to the tobacco.
M. C. Williams.

Tobacco Grower

October 22, 1908.
Vmnnat-CAJ noArw CHunz AL Co.,
Baesmsah, Ge.
GOTrr xaw-The burn, color, jsxture
and weight came up to all of my ex-
pectations, and tn fact were superior
to any crop I have heretofore made of
shaded tebac. The weight per acre
was fully onethird more than where
I used other fertilizers and amounted
fully to 1.450 pounds per are.
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
(4) inches toIn length. I counted as
many as thirty-four (34) leaves to the
stalk. I used your PnoseUo-ALKALI on
vh'tgn soil, and of course there had
never been previous applications of
other fertilizers. I planted this to-
basoe, grown with your goods, fully
two weeks after planting the balkanM
of my crop made with other ferwtilsw
i4a t matured at the same tme. The
growth up to harvesting was very uat-
orm. Tours truly,
1. O. If jroMird

T. K. SCOTT, t Secco GrVw
80runa, FLA., 6Otober 19, 19. .
md*ma, e cf
G-TrrmxM-I am highly satsld
with results. The burs was excellent,
the color and texture was uniform and
the yield per acre wams me than
I expected end above the averaMg yield
of crops of tobacco I have made la 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-
ers of shade tobacco.
Yours truly,
T. M. Bicott.

Tallahsaw Presed Brick Co.
October 21, 1908.
Bavonnah, G7.
GzrnzmEzN-The resuts were so en-
tirely satisfactory that we, with pleas-
ure, add our testima7 to the numer-
ous endorsements ~ys are receiving
retarding results obtained by other
growers who bave used ILt.
The yield we obtained was over 1,200
pounds per acre. 1%* burn was ex-
cellent and the celoir- texture very
uniform. We pe;le- Interets. with
the Leon County Tbbaeco Association,
of this plae and oar tobacco waS ac-
cepted amongst the highest grades
now being handled by them.
We will use your Pxosvu *
exdlsive of all other potash |3ktUs
on hur next crop .
Very truly Yang -
TAr.AwA&ss Pruse D Bm W.
Per L. (. Yeeger,


County TobaccoCompany,
Growers and Pikers

October X1, 1908.
sams na", oa. burn, color and
texture of the tobacco grown with the
above fertilizer was satisfactory In
every way. The heavy growth, to-
gether with advantages above men-
tioned oeavince us that It is a delrable
,Very truly yours,
7. I'. Balkcom, Manager.


Virginta.Carolina Chemical Company

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Mabtd e to a
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of bay MulY g

W II ~The Fronhman Looked Imneeset.
SBome time since, In a Tremont street
store n Boston, a nervous little
Frenchman brushed alsast a pretty
trifle of vase ware valued at about
$14 sd succeeded in getting several
I of score more plees out of it than bad
S gone Into Its making. The loorwalker
led the abashed Parislan aside and
politely explained that the broken vase
must be paid for. Monsieur fetched a
be an4ful of small silver and cupper.
m iotly ftMlga from his pocket when
be was toM thde value of te trife.
'Meo IDiS," cried the Parisian. "TO
t frat r!" At this be took out his bill
book and discovered a fifty dollar ex-
press draft, which the loorwalker in-
Of about Stantly seized upon, to the unspeek-
one able horror of Its owner.
S L nr After deductng the vale of the
Svan tMe former handed the man his,
S^ ehanp and dlsemieed him with q foor-
ia re ad waker essing. The oxpee draft
Ud tie bank In duoe hoe, with
Mothers as 'randulent, bit the vol.
|'remhtman h 4 e pa4rtedI
esmlwiah the swae"V -3oh.

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rest had flunked.

He simply realized that he would

have 'to go at it in a different way. And instead of
wasting time with his fingers he drew his sword and
slashed it apart.
Every day a great business general is shown some
knot which has proven too much for his competitors,
and he succeeds because he finds a way to cut it. The
fumbler has no show so long as there is a brother mer-
chant who doesn't waste time trying to accomplish
the impossible-who takes lessons from the failures
about him and avoids the methods which were their
The knottiest problems in trade are:
1-The problem of location.
2-The problem of getting the crowds.
3-The problem of keeping the crowds.
4-The problem of minimizing fixed expenses.
5-The problem of creating a valuable good will
None of these knots is going to be untied by fum-
bling fingers. -They are too complicated. They're all
involved together-twisted and entangled over and
about each other-so intertwined that they can't be
solved singly-like the Gordian Knot they must be cut

through at one stroke.

And you can't cut the knot

with any sword except the newspaper-because:
I-A store that is constantly before the people
makes its own neighborhood.
2-Crowds can be b-outht from anywhere by
dal ad 9ertisNg.
3-Customers can always be held by induce.

cre Mg the olume of s"les.
5-Good will can only be created through pu6.
Advertising is breeding new giants every year and
making them more powerful every hour. Publicity is
the sustaining food of a powerful store and the only
strengthening nourishment for a weak one. The re-
tailer who delays his entry into advertising must pay
the penalty of his procrastination by facing more giant
competitors as every month of opportunity slips by.
Personal ability as a close purchaser and as a clever
seller doesn't count for a hang so long as other men are
equally well posted and wear the sword of publicity to
boot. They are able to tie your business into constantly
closer knots, while you cannot retaliate because there is
no knot which their advertising cannot cut for them.
Yesterday you lost a customer-today they took

one-tomorrow they'll get another.

You cannot cope

with their competition because you haven't the weapon
with which to oppose it. You can't untie your Gordian
Knot because it can't be untied-you've got to cut it.
You must become an advertiser or you must pay
the penalty of incompetence.
You not only require the newspaper to fight for a
more hopeful tomorrow, but to keep today's situation
from becoming hopeless.
(Copyright, 1908, by Trlbun'e Company. Chicago.)

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The attendance is greatly improved
and there are fewer tardy marks than
usual Let us make December the ban
er month. Santa Claus is on the look
eat for prompt, obedient children.
Everybody has gone to work with a1
will on the new Christmas music. The
tbchers ask the co-operation of the
patrons in developing the highest, tru-.
at aenme of Christmas.
Jack Taylor entered the first grade
lat week. This grade now has an en-
re ment of 6.
Ouida Trammell has returned to
asbool, after a lengthy absence.
Heary Rogers has stopped school to
accept a position as messenger boy.
The eeond grade is glad to welcome
Mae MeNamee from Jacksonville.
Recent visitors to our department
were Meadames Dzialynski, Anderson,
Reeves and Bethel. We are always
glad to have our friends come to see us.
Mabel Yon and Henry Yager have
had perfect attendance until Monday,
whbe unfortunately both were absent
as aseccount of sickness.
We, the pupils of the sixth grade, ap-
ee very much your kindness in of-
ua pace in theeolunsof your
T k vlin day we spent
Tie following Friday afternoon our
tedacer took us out for a little picnic
la the woods. We all spent a deolhtful
time. Several days ago two of our
number. Mary Lamon and Helen Pruitt,
met with similar -eddents_ They were
so unfortunate as to break their arms,
but we are glad to say they are getting
o nicely.
Miss Lewis presented our grade with
two lovely pictures, for whichwe desire
to express our thanks. --
Our work is progressing smoothly,
sad we will beglad to have a visit from
Mends at any time.
We enjoy Basket Ball and hope soon
to be able to play well.
Assistant Editors.
18.4 Ladles of Tiri Give Novel
Te "Meauring" reception given
Tameaay n it at the residence of Mrn.
It. m7 lo Calhoun street was a
i# eM, both aodu a d flab .
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For the next twenty days I will mla all goq t a s prtie.
So come and get your Xmas goods Store hone M; RaMeee
phone 256.
Good shirting and dress calico at per yard----..... .. ....-- 4 8-4
White Sea Island, per yard--...................-----------....... 4 8-4 to 8e
Good gingham per yard.........-...---...--------. .--......------..-...... 4 8-4
Bleaching pe yard.................................. 4 4 to 10c
P'ruit of the Loom Bleaching per yard-----.................... 9 -4
Nice line of percale. per yard-----------.............---.......... to 10
Ninee lie of dress ood ar..................... 9 to ee
Nice line of Ldies Trimmed Hats at about half Prdqm.
Ladies Sailors..---..........................---......--....--.......-..- 1
Men and children's ats...............................
Shoes for men. ladies and children. Nice liae of Le4
Embroideries, Ribbons, &e.
Good stockings and soeks worth 10 cents.............. 7 1-2
All kinds of Xmas Goods, such as To s. DollaL
China and Glassware. All kinds of Fire
A few Ladies' Cloaks, 76 ($1.00, $1.265, $1. J ,
A larre line of men and boys panted 2e to asht .
Underwear for ladies and me at reduced p .
Work and dress shirts at..................-- ...... .. meto L
Best granulated sugar, 6e per pound, 17 lbs for-...... .. L--
Meat at..--..-..--...................................------........--.. -------------- ----
Beat vinegar per quart,........--...--------..................----------.......
8 bars Octa sop for .....................................
U. M. C. loaded shells, per box..........----.......-............. ------
Beast mixed piLnt, per al..--.........---........................ 10
Internatioal Stock Food Ib buckets $8.50, y price...----... I
Wilburn Stock Food, 25 b boketk *8.50, my e-........--.. 1---
Wine of Crdl, 100, my price-......------...........-------.........---..
Wine of Life for Wome,L my price....................
Stella-Vitla,11.00 my pe-----------------------................................
Foley' oey d Tar, t, my price--------------..................
** ** Set prie-----...............-----
Nublan Tea, 50cents. my price---....---.-. .--..- 4
Thatcher@ Uiver and Bilood Medicine, m.0 cent, my price-- --.....
Herbine, 50 cents. my price........................-.......
Black Draught, 2 cents, my nce-------....-..-.........-...----...
Red Cross Liver Regulator, 2 eants, my price..----...........
Eye Water and Salve, 25 cents, my prie------..........--....--.... 11
Cuban Oil, 25 cents, my price--.........----.............------.... ......
And a lot of other medicines, all at reduced prces.
cash and can afford to sell cheap. Get my price .
elsewhere. Store south of Market. Wis all a M ry
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RIBBON SPECIAL. Here is a wonderful Riblon Opportunity. Begin-
ing Monday and continuing all the week, we are
going to sell about two hundred pieces of Taffetta and Satin Taffetta Ribbons in
all the popular shades and colors, in stripes, plaids, mories and floral designs, goods
worth up to 50 cents at, c yd.

CLEAN UP OSIERY SALE. We have several broken lines of
Boys, Misses and Childrens Hosi-
ery, Black Cat, Tom Sawyer and other known makes, all worth 25 cents pair, we *
have discontinued handling these lines and to clean them out they go on sale next
week at, 18c pr.


made of an elegant quality of Taffetta,
sible manner, next week, -

.49 Here is one you can't afford otniss.
Ladies Black Sil k Underskirts
cut very full and made up in the best pos-
4. .49

LADIES KNIT UNDERVESTS 39c. One Case of Ladies Rib-
Sbed Undervests, pu re
white, knit to fit the figure, a beautiful garment at the regular price ot 50 cents,
but just to liven things up a bit they go on sale, next week at, 39c each.


worth up to 15

cents per yard at,

Several pieces Cotton Suitings, Cream, Grounds
with Colored Stripes and dark Cheveron Stripes,
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Now Offers Two

Magnificent $350 Plam

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


1st Choice
Is one of the beat AllQ e Jesse French Piano Co., of Montge, m,
Ala.. whose advertisern t appears in this paper. It is a full i-?" T
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding board, protect~l t"i-
pins, ivory keys. mouse proof pedals, etc., etc., and has a supbe rft
finished mahogany caFe. Its net (not list) value is $3650.00. Its a
beauty to see, a melodious charm to hear! Go see it at
2nd Choice
Is one of the best sold by the Boston Piano & Music Co., of lowo City.
Iowa. Cote, C 28. This Piuno is 4 ft. 9 in. high; 5 ft. 2 in. long. It
is built with the best material and by the best workmen that the
country can produce. Tone, its sympathetic quality, depth and rem
finement, are characteristic of the Cote tone Finished in Mahorany.
with the Cote high quality and polished after the most approved
methods. It too is a beauty.
It is our desire to close contest with issue of December 18, so as to
award prize Christmas day, provided however that the vote will war-
rent us in doing so on that day.
After your name has been entered, which can be done at any time
during contest by placing name accompanied by coupons to the amount
of 100 votes in any one of the ba lot boxes as follows: Capital City
Pharmacy, Holmes Drug Company, P. T. Nicholeom's Jewelry Store
and at the office of The Weekly True Democrat. Vote your coupons
weekly, those cliped from the paper, subscription coupons and those
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.
Drgs,Stationry and Toilet China, Glass and Granite Ware.
Will give one vote for every Will give one vote for every
cent paid for articles purchased cent paid for merchandise pur-
from them. chased from them.

JW E i Dry Good., Notios.% Shoes, Hats,
GoldSilver and Cut Glass., Sho, ats.
Men'. FMrnlshRgs. M.rcht-
Will give one vote for every W i or.
cent paid for articles purchased Will ive one vote fpr every
from him. cent paid them for merchandise.

Grocers, Confectioners, Bakers. Fine Furniture 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, everry **Tsse The True Dowevec
will appear a voting coupon good fto, Aw
Vehices and Harness. b.e.tfoYr the. ofiow .
For new paid-inm-dvamee mberptulm.
eoupAW will be Ieud a- follows:
W, ill give one vote for every on yea ta vote
cent paid for articles purchased six month so vote
from him. Three months 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 by 8
disinterested parties, different people being asked to serve each week.
They will attest the correctness of the count.
1. No employee, attached or relative of the proprietors of the
above named firms are eligible to participate in this contest, and will
participate in no manner.
2. In the event of a misunderstanding between candidates or
others interested in this contest, such controversy may be referred to
timhe conductors of the contest, who alone are tke persms qualiied to
reader deeisioms
In the event a candidate decides to withdraw from the rae,
such candidate will not be allowed to transfer votes to the credit of
another eadatod in the contest.

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mpleM taste. *b- las avoeMd by
thetIina u of a Illt of yellow lasm
between meat and miror. Is all solar
moves the smeet of yellow glass g-
Uars.-Cincianatl Enquirer.
Queer English Laws.
"No statute law of England ever can
be obsolet&," a legal Journal says.
"Of enacted, It continues In binding
force until repealed."
Ift seb be really the spee, there
ought to be some lively times ahead
for several classes of the community.
For Instance, what will builders have
to say to the act wbhichb penalizes any
person who erects a house without at-
taching to It at least four acres of
land? This was one of "good Queen
Bess'" laws, and It has most certainly
never been repealed.
By another un1repealed statute, which
dates back to the first year of King
James I., It is enacted that not more
than a penny may be charged for a
quart of the best old ale nor more than
a halfpenny for a like quantity of
small beer. The penalty for each In-
fraction of the act is 20 shUlling, so I
that If It were rigidly enforced It
would not need. apparently, a licensing
bill to ruin the viewers. Then, again,
a Catholic owning a horse Is still legal-
ly obliged to sell It for & to anybody 4
who chooses to offer that sum for it- .
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I 0 rt Mourning bPawper. d*W egsI In tMe arye swa t
known letter written on a. i a l d
lote palpe as a sign ofit d' r -
e to e e datated Jan. M iaa. aed4 EL
Is coemey at to eb. ThV is
sRllinmce a asde to be Ime I
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ate Allan Ram 11 I
dback, expla SJI F speak In Chole r nChrenle Diarrhoea. o
th country w bordered "Wthe ootthile In the ary opin It I ease."
shw g aa~n *i~yy of sorrow. taken with chronic diarrheaa" says
an Italy to Horace George Felton south Gibon, Pa.
Walpole quat It was unl- "I have sine tried many redies but I
really at that time. without any permanent relief, until
Toe superlw 9t this Italian Mr. A. W. Miles, of tti plase, per-
note paper, "-th'1 Ulow margin of suaded me to try Chamsberlain'e Colic.
black, explaWl e J-M oceptanee In Cholera and Diarhosa 3easxy, one A
thiscountry, Wk" Kt ss he ootteot fwhichs dItatOnce."
q sarto shee At a b o me- For sale by Tallaha g Co. L
times a quat u -a beh wi". In -
this way It "aMw A- -a--tmS IC
t the aas M.ta etFor Sale I
suppose, as e ns td h
fashion was Italy-
Londo A A few small farms improved
Th: A m w r. and unimproved, in good locali- P
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grIly. "you w up a I De that ties. Apply to
again and M I-gt you t --.
The small tanMdli n J R. MILLERI f
the middle W .it- ap e PM I LL am F
up another p T Lloyd, Florida.
crowd and t .ed I d
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Mrs. M. M. Davsop at, No. 379 Glt-
ford Ave., San Joe, Cal., says: The
worth of Electric Bittersa us a "ral
family remedy, fr headache,
nose and torper of the liver and bow-
els Is so pronounced that I am prompP
ed to say a word in Its favor, for the
benefit of those seeking relief from
afflotions. There mi more health for
the .digetlive organs tn a bottle of
Electric Bitters than ln any other rem-
edy I know of." Sold under guarantee
at all drug stores. 50o.
CheNh WNeON6
Trinity X Charh. Bovut L 8. Pattwsn.
Pm.tar.-Serviem Svsdu atU a. mmL I A Pm.
Juial Epwoth LeaguA. s. p. m. Sdear I
worth Laue, 4.00 p. m. Al m-inbers t
toattond The pubMc a And mt -16u M plly a-
vitas to woship with ms.
PnumoteriuanC h ueb v.e WaISh. Bftww Pr .
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Sbshst esen masatwell for
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OshhbSshL HBe
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S~mr k tmrugfor aef a
at a patuisT and a
So dear to him were
nd .. s soteBanisted withthe el.
Ster w hisfour years
ve O r vrto a Cd wontry that
He e sme waer WM from these till now
amy but th old Confederate ra.
hxehtf thn bemttooeand the at i en
of nrek he6Uo woer the onitorm of his
bioel Bofthl ed. In ra.k he roe
Silgh &M filled mwar important post-
., tte l oftrwtand hohor.
After hie war was ove Colonel Rob-
ItAo Wve t wto TuX so and Mexico, but
later t Int EBaulal, Al. In atheyy-
18M or 74, however, tb eame with his
famUy to FlorkdW whe nhe Ba lived
ever since. For yarm he wa editor
and pprortor of the BSoolkville Reg-
ter but about the yar 10 he became
interested withone ofhi sone ithe
Live Oak Democrat and went to that
place to live.
He eams later to Tallabhaasee where
he has been employed by the State Pen-
sin Burea in examination of applica-
tion for ions and other work *on-
nested wi the government During
mam seesions of te Lialature he was
S5ii lre,3 of the Senate. He has
also compiled a war record of the Flor-
ida troop. Of this work a careful re-
vislten was beIng made when death so
suddenly overtook him.
Of his family Colonel Robinson is sur-
ived by his wife, two sona and a mar-
ried daughter. The latter lives in Way-
ea.s, Ga., and with her Mrs. Kobinson
ves the reater Wart of the time. One
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Go to drggst, get a dollar
bottle of L
SAnd Ifyoucan honestly aythat
you did not receive any benefit
rom It after usag the entire bot-
tie, the druggist will refund your
S money to you without question or
d doiny.
We will then pay the druggist
the prie of the fist bottle pur-
hasid by you.
If you kne as well as we
do how good a preparaton Kodl
SIt weouMbe 1nnlm ry foruasto
guarantee a single bottle.
But to let you know how good
it, as wMl as we know, w will
S Dr f purchamlthear tbotthe

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mjb amt tehave ar ealgod tm.
mpl !se yeaMrejiy had sase ti
waswell :
Plas sob--Besks Temple.
I -Brbrs Parkhll, Asile Moor,
B1 lsad Msabeth Parkhill.
Pisao eob-Ruby Bd.r

and eleven woreeds beginnaiog with the
letter S-Gay Wilon.
istrumental duett-Mary and Flori-
da FerrelL
After wnleh the older boys and firis
In separate rooms enjoyed rame. The
game of. telling fortunes by numbers
ad the heart contest by the older and
feeding the Teddy Bear by the younger
Deltcious refreshmunent were served,
fruit cake. chocolate, plain white cake,
fruit punch and home-made candy.
The evening ws very much enjoyed by
all. f y ,
W.C.T. U.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
will be held Monday afternoon at three
o'clock at the residence of adeis Annie

One pair of Mahogany Tables, 4x8
One Cherry Courl Post Bedstead and
One set of Bedroom Furniture.
Also one house and lot.
Apply to Wm. N. Taylor, No. 8 W.
Virginia St., Tallahassee, Fla. 42-2t

Furthermore, we know that
after you have used Kodol, yor
faith In the preparation will be
equal to our.
This proposition we make Is n
altogether unselfsh, butIs atuate
byhe knowledge, that the ue of
Kodol by you will benefit you as
well as oralves. *
How could we aftood to make
such an ofoer to the public.
And how could we afford to
spend thousands of dollar to tell
you about It unless we potlvely
knew and were sure of the mer ts
We couldn't-It would beank
rupt us
Please try It today at ourT rk.
M 4dol d aelA the food you t
3st what you want and lIM

Kodol tbm-de at the labonber.
toef 0. De WMtH o, dOh"M
The2 % A battle ltam U
toms amh ubase m bii

Tallahassee Man's Invention of great
interest so Tobacco Growers. Also
highly adapted to the shading of pine-1
apples, lettuce or any plants, vegeta-
bles or fruit.
The above cut is an illustration of a
ready-made metallic shade patented
December 1st, 1908, by Mr. P. C. El-
liot, of this city. The samde or protec-
tion consists of thin galvanized sheet
iron strips or slats held in place, and
supported by strong galvanized iron or
steel wtres
The ilhustratioa gv a pretty ood
idea of the readju 4 tme t fg. 1
ben a pas view, s n
me3 of -a portio
are the ide wires to which
the slats are attached, are .*
ate wires made se o to p Bold
the sltats a plsee, and to their
centers from samging whe the shade
is in la e ar t ir e slats.
T arle is intended to supersede
the old wooden slat strhntare now com-
monly used. From the very nature of
the material of which it is made
it ispraetically indestructible.

A Bleos' Club."
The boys of the Tallahassee Public
Schools have organized themselves into
what they have called the "Boys'.Club."
This club intends to meet once a month
and dishes such questions, procure and
read such literature and do such other
things as will make the moral atmoe-
here of the school cleaner and purer.'
t wM do mgh toward making the
student body mpre able and more nflu-
ential i. right thought and riht ac-
The boys of our school have a high
sense of honor as well as beig strong
physical and mentally, and by their
oqrigsed. and united action they will
grow to be a great power for ood in
te State as well as in the eaol
The **Grls' Club" has been oran-
food after the same plan as that of the
".ys' Club," and with about the
eoe be tote reached forbgir, a" are
to be attained for boys in the "Boys'

Wind cannot shake the slats out of
place, the slats will not warp in the heat
of the sun. and it cannot be destroyed
by fire. When put in place it will last
without repair for at least twenty years,
and the great facility of erection will
enable two men to cover as much with
the new ready-made article in a day as
twelve men could with the old wooden
slat. The metallic shade is supported
on a structure similar to that of the
wood slat shade, except that fewer
posts and wires are necessary, however
it may be placed with just as great fa-
cility on any of the structures now sup-
porting wooden shades.
The initial cost in covering an acre of
ground with the metallic shade will not
exceed by more than 20 to 26 per cent.
that of the wooden shade. But the fact
that te metal.e article has a life with-
out repair of four or five times that of
the wooden shade, demonstrates beyond
a doubt the economy in favor of the
A point may be made that the teni-
perature beneath the metallic shade is
greater than that under wooden shade,
bt selentifie experiments have demon-
strated that there is no difference. Be
cause of the spaces between the slats

genuine womanhood. None are more
willing, when called upon by their
teachers, to do to their utmost whatever help the standing and reputa-
tion of the school.
We expect the "Girls' Club" to do a
great part in spreading the influence of
the school for good.
The boys on last Friday afternoon, at
the first meeting of their club, enjoyed
a mental feast in a very appropriate
and interesting talk by Mio% Lilla Lewis.
Miss Lewis possesses rare ability and
genuine tact in holding the attention of
school boys. She spoke for thirty min-
utes to a room full of boys from eight
different grades at the last period in
the day without the slightest interrup-
The "Girls, Club" at the same hour
was entertained by readings and music
from their members, followed with an
address by Mrs. Chas. Cay, in which
No school in the State has a better
elass of girls when we come to con-
sider those qualifications that make up

the warm atmosphere is not retained.

but as fast as generated rises through
the spaces between them, causing a
constantly inflowing current of cool air
and an outflowing current of warm-air,
in this manner equalizing the temper-
In cases where it might be desirous
to remove the shade from one piece of
land to another it may be taken down
and rolled up with little trouble and
without injury.
It may be put up in rolls like ordi-
qary woven wire fence manufactured In
any convenient length, four, five or six
feet. Any width slat may be used,
with whatever spacing the user may de-
sire in order to obtain whatever ratio of
shade to sun the grower may fancy.
This invention will appeal especially
to tobacco growers of thi section, a
to growers of plants, fruits or vege ta
blues under shade throVghout the 9oh,
and we do not hesitate to venture the
opinion that it will offer means of ftt*
their improvement in the quality of the
plants or vegetables adapted to this
method of growing, and will also afford
greater economy in their production.

Mrs. Howard Gamble also was present
at the meeting and responded to a call,
the club received splendid instruction
as to the various kinds of work that
may be done by such an org-nizatam_
in which she gave some brief, but
pointed suggestions.
The three ladees named above are very
well known to be efficient members of
the "Woman's Club," the saoree of
much of the public school's enjoyment.
To these ladies and to the Woman's
Club we desire to express our most
hearty thanks.
Real state art"es.
Write quick for this bargaln-ealy
600 will buy you a beautiful bhome
Location best in town. First coam,
first served. HAYwADRAM DOLm
s02 Riverside, Jacksonville, F.
Mr. Kenneth Moran is sffrin g hm
a fractured shoulder blade and torn em.
tilage, the result of a fall during a
game of basket ball last Saturday.






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Followed Suit.
Oa the day of the admission of M.
Mrad to the Prench academy the
SUther of "'yrano" and "L'AIglon"
wave a breakfast to a few of blh
hleods, the guest of honor being Mme.
Brnhardt. The actress was dressed in
a handsome gown, which had been
made expressly for the occasion. At
the sed of the breakfast she arose and
In ba impressive manner took a glass.
held It high and aald, "I drink to the
greatest of French dramatists, M. Ro-
stand, and I drink after the Greek
manner!" She then poured the con-
jWt of her glass over her head and
Two of Rostaud's small sons were
hitting at a side table wearing new
velvet suits, also made for the occa-
alon. In the silence which followed
Bernhard's dramatic tribute the elder
of the boys arose anid, imitating her
manner, sald, "I drink to the greatest
of poets, my papa, and I also drink In
the Greek fashion'" and straightway
deluged himself and his mall brother
ialth the contents of his glts..

A cSne Not in a Play.
An extraordinary scene took place In
the Princess' theater. London, on the
night of the first product ion (f Charles
Reade's great play. "Never Too Late
to Mend." Oct. 4, 1.'1. I during the
prison scene large quanitity of water
was thrown over Miss Moore. who took
the part of Josephs, the character done
to death by the warders. One of the
critics, Mr. Tomlin of the Morning Ad-
vertiser, rose from his seat and pub-
lclly protested against the unnecessary
cruelty. This nroused almost a riot
among the audience, and the action of
the play was stopped for some con-
slderable time. Fuel was added to the
Are by George Vinlng. the lessee of the
theater, who was playing the part of
Tom Robinson and who made a most
Imprudent speech, in which he prac-
Seally Insulted every critic present,
With the result that the theater was
left severely alone by the press for
many months. The play, however,
turned out to be a popular success
had bad, for those days, the phenom-
meal run of 140 performances.
A O Reading In Bed.
"Boys and girls under eighteen
should be strictly forbidden to read In
bed," aays the Lancet, on the author-
Ity of Dr. Hugo Fellchenfeld of Ber-
Ia, who declares that in the case of
yomng persons whose eyes are not
fU.y developed the practice Is Ukely
to induce myopia. While young peo-
ple run the greatest risk, the Lancet.
thinks that reading In bed Is unde-
sirable for persons of any age and
states that "in the case of aged, anx-
ocs, worried and bedridden people, to
whom It would seem cruelty to deny
what may perhaps be almost their
only luxury, for fear of Inducing some
sight error of refraction, care should
be taken that the light Is sufficiently
brilliant, the eyes being shaded from
1t, and that the patient lies on his
hack with head and shoulders raised."
Wellington's Tact.
There was an army of generals as-
sembled at Paris In 1814, and when the
various Austrian and Prussian gener-
als who had been beaten by Napoleon
cam crowding round the Duke of Wel-
Nlgton and expressing lota of compll-
inets to him for having never been
beaten by the French the duke pleas-
at them Immensely by saying, "Ah,
but you know I never met Bonaparte,
ead i have always looked on him as
eing as good as 40,000 men."

Hew Indians Cateh Monkeys
In South America the Indian take a
eseoaaut and cut a hole In each ead
NAt large enough for the monkey's
Jaws. Then they fill the middle of the
VA with sugar. When a monkey
oams across the shell he thrusts in
eie paw and, finding sugar, he pushes
la the other. He closes both paws on
the sugar and then will not remove
either for fear he shall lose the sugar.
Then, while he cannot use either paw.
he is easily caught.
A Chinese Story.
A Chinese barber while shaving a
estomer's head drew blood and put
am of his fingers on the place. Again
Ie made a cut and put down another
tager, and so on until he bad no more
tigers free. "Ah," ,aid he as he paua-
e In his work, "a iir1er's trade is dif-
ult. We ought to have a thousand
ngers!"-Scrap Book.




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

John G. CobL..
Trme Demecrat Office.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,

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

A portion of the public
patronage Is solleited
and satis faction ulmramn



School Books

I have in stock every
Book and Article needed
in all Schools.
To enable me to sell
go, at the closest pri-

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I a p tWood!

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Wood t a a k gths. Hard
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fronts on both MId
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EIA l, by order of Gem. Jackson,
wf awas divided into two eoantes.
t of the Soweane river was Es-
hab moat. and allat of the 8a-
was 8t Joah county.
the first council. h eMd uder Gov.
P. Dural ina M2, two more counties
added. Jackson county wasc ere-
lvitbBSwumnee river as its Mtern
mdary ad the Cbowtawbatchie river
r Its wetern boundary. Duval comn-
was crested with the Suwanne riv-
r It western boundary andaline
own from the mouth of the Sauwa.
ito Cow Ford On the fSt. JolaM river,
mee down said river to the eosa,
meod It southern boundary. Cow
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to mnmmm to myi feud and the eituthin of 'T
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G T Oolietor W efrte the City Demoaoeti
Ih MWd do emeit the support e all white
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The Old Say State Is New Taking the
The preservation of the forests Is a
problem second to none toin present in.
portance and In Its outlook toward the
future. Without trees our country
would be a desert. and the rapid den.
udation of our New England hills is
already beginulnig to have its effect
upon our streams and rivers and upon
our water supply. The Invention of
wood pulp paper and the rapid exten-
sion of the industry throughout the
country, together with the increase of
newspaper circulation, hare stimulated
the destruction of the forest to such
a degree that steps are alrendy. being
taken to preserve them before it Is too
('Ong'reS4s hats at tci ljtit'i tI ti ke a
hand in the iiittier. but so far with
little nvaill. and it now remains fir the
Individual states nffTct-ed to see what
they can do. The first step would sein
to bl the (the iv Ip: .)! f p-per making
from omie rapidly growing and an.
nually reappearli;g sublstnn e. sili 3ns
cornstalk flber, instea:i of from the
slowly rising tree whi'ih c'i11noit I.e' re.
placed except atf r years of reiewil
and growth.
As was to he expected. M.i~asachu-
setts Is taking the initiative. To the
governors of the other five New Eng-
land states Governor (Guild lhas sent
out a request for n ('con;ftren,'e and It
will be held at the Algonquin club
in Boston on the l4th of Septemlwer
The six governors will then confer and
deliberate over the beat means to Iw
taken for the preservation of our for-
eats, and it is probable that arrange
ments will be made for the calling of
a New England business conference at
some time Immediately following th"
presidential election. If It should be
held, says Governor Guild In his letter.
It should come at that time "In order
that Its work might not be confused
with the polities of the presidential
campaign." One of the esperill oh.
jects of this meeting of the governor

OTKm- eDO oAr M5aAw .
with his associated will be to devise
means whereby a greater uniformity
of action may be secured In the leg-
islation among the several states in
he Union. But the greatest result
should he In the stimulus It will give
to public opinion and in Its awakening
of u: to the fact that the forests must
and shall be preserved.

The First Potatoes.
Sir Walter ltaleigh. who shares with
Sir Francls Drake the honor of first
Introducing the potato in England.
lived at Brixton. England. ar Eliza-
beth's House. Formby. in Lancashire.
also claims the honor of being the site
of the first culture of the potato in that
country. They are said to Oave been
pgown there by a Formby lan who
sailed with 1Sir Walter.
The earliest cultivation of the potato
Slathe British island was probi ly at
Toaghal, ou the seath coast of Ireland,
where this great savigtor ha aa esa-

L im It I 11 born I K ^e^IH that

n, t ir aumonty'to tOim vbew. bat tf
has Iwon ascertained that the Indias
of Virginia, though they ood6 a number
of tuberous roots, did not know our po-
One of these was the pat sometimes
grown as an ornamental cmaber ton our
gardens and called by botanasts Apleo
tuberose. The Indians called the roots
potatoes, and the Freqth Canadians
knew them as pommes do terre, and
our potato, being a ative of South
America, was searc Uaely to be
known to the Indiana of VITrlnla.
Yet the potato war undoubtedly
Introduced in England as part of the
cargo of one of Sir Richard Grenvtlle's
ships and landed at Plymouth, sad the
ship bad gone direct from Virglnia and
called nowhere on the way. On the
voyage home, however, It had encoun-
tered and captured a Spanish ship from
Santo Domlago. The potatoes were a
part of the cargo of the latter vessel.

The Useful Sunflower.
Sunflower Meed are said to give an
extra fine flavor to eggs and are much
used by the French people for that pur-
pose. Remember' this when you plant
your garden and drop tl some seeds
around the edges and In-the odd cor-
ners. A few planted near the sink
drain will help to keep away miasma
and give you beads of aed that will
e mammoth in size.


In Many Instances He Has a Mistaken
Idea of City Life.
The great trouble with country boys
Is that they are not aware of the eir-
eumstanees under which the' city boy
sl compelled to live and work If he has
to earn his living I.y the sweat of his
brow. The Idea lildl up to the country
boy Is lo go)) to town iand get a nice.
easy. soft sniiap -rh as So-and-so has
IIiw many 4f them do It? Not one in a
thousand. Far more go there to find
work in some .close, stagnant mill, to
sweat amid the fumes of steam or to-
bacco( smoke, or perhaps in sone iron
mill or foundry, surrounded by the
curses of their fellow men, toll out a
weary day of eleven or thirteen hours
and after the day Is over go home-
and to such a home! Up some little
back street In a bandbox built of brick
and named house more than likely
our workman has his home, there to
pass away the weary hours of tk',
night amid the heat and stagnation M
probably a filthy street only a few I
wide, hot, close and dirty. In ait
large city on some sultry night one
may see the workmen and their fami-
lies in these little narrow city streets
stretched about the steps and pave-
ments In all conditions. These are not
slums either, but fairly respectable
To such a condition of life many
of our country boys have gone. and
many more are today preparing to
go. Fat pay and big pay envel-
opes? Not in these times. If our city
laborer averages $12 a week he Is a
lucky man. Tens of thousands get less
rather than more. Country boy, before
you make the change, In the name of
that country you have'been taught to
hold In reverence. -look and do not
lqpv' If you understand farming there
are just as many chances on the land
to be worked out as there are in the
This is a great country. and It
you do not like the kind of farming
you are working at there are many
others. If you belong to a family that
follows the grind, grind system of all
work and no play, when you reach
your majority and start for yourself
follow out an easier system. Do not
condemn country life just because you
have been unfortunate enough to be
brought up in the home of a man who
knows nothing but grind. Do not over-
look the fact that If such a man was
your boas In the city he would grind
your life away. Long, long before you
were twenty-one years old you would
be occupying some six feet of green
turf, where at last you would not bear
the dreaded call and curve of the boees.
Country life may not be and probably
is not what many would like to color
It; but. all things being equal, It Is far
preferable to city life. That is just
where It comes in. City life is never
compared with country life on an
equal plane. Remember that If you
must work In the country for a living
you will have to work In the city for
one, too, and if you possess the ability
In yourself to rise above the ordinary
workman In the city that same abUility
will carve out a bome for you In the
country. Look before you leap, con-
sider all things, and If you are sno
you can better yourself In thi city Pga
If not, stay on the old farm.
Truthful Bey.
Man Did you may your mamma
whipped you because you weM t M
a liet Ey-Tes, sir. She weate **.
Sto teln me teacher Iw wa rry I plai
ookeu** when I wm .t,--lsesse.

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befMs- said and written con-
C-gi wk on this great line,
tha g a ill whem construction work
isf hot summer months
more tha eat of the men who
go to the am aree men who have
worked on 6 6 during previous win-
The chaps I Whish the men live are
provided with well-bilt bunk houses,
each consisting of a large sleeping room
with two tiers of btaks etmdngdown
the center md a I each side. Each
bunk isa supped with lean bedding and
clean mattreaOiled with eat sponges,
and is coveted wthmos ttonetng
There i ttw emqpioyed at eah
house to the be ad keep the
pacclean. Thl -i a c eap eat-
lhoue where neeat is ered
at et twies a aithagh i hot
climates eat bo eatee ao bear-
MtlTas ina IM ort& e
of the -u ae Iu h th
camps aN te aloo ale ar nu well-
stoeed wit and m to
which the am have e and
hospitals, IKh of Me ,where
a l m i Po r C 12 2 1r "S e
treated. amm eanar
sent to the mamim eptl fteod at
MiasmL All t thee IMMIre
maintained h te -ra-re i k
already a awads for
medial r e.
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which has done all its own oeuatruetion
work without subletting a single con.
tract, the use of every convict under
sentence. Had this offerb4en accepted
the road would have had a auteilent
number of men at work at forty cents a
day without the importation of a single
bat of labor.
When the proposition was outlined to
Mr. Fhagler by his representatives he
deelnedto build the road by any bands
other than free American labor, and
the work of bringing in this labor was
begun. At first the men were paid
$L a day and had to make their con-
tributions toward their own commisary
department. This, as was found early
in the proceedings, was unsatisfactory
and within a short time the railroad was
paying a minimum of $1.50 a day to its
men and providing them with their food
and quarters Figures connected with
the work show 4tat it has cost the com-
pany $1.08 a day to feed each man em-
ployed and both Gens. Shuttuc and
Brooke of the United States army, or.
tours of inspection of .the work, de-
clared that the sanitary conditions of
the camps and of the commisamriat for
the men were better than was to be
found in the regular United States
It is a significant fact that while the
so-called peonqge cases ,were pending
in the United Statee Court fully 1,500
letters were received by the men in
charge of the construction work and of
the litigation written by men who had
been engaged m building the road and
who voluntarily offered their services
as witassee to tell of the conditions of
i and of the work. The gov-
aMMe ra the other hand, had to pay
mileage a and expense
$_r various witnesses that its
hol might from long distances
esbi Ilhin somuch as a
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of the worth of a medicine is the cures It oan efect.
one who has used BeMard's Sow U iasmt .knows that itwl
V. L. Settle, Riobmond, Mo., writes:- "This is to
esrtify that I have utid your Snow Liniment for te
years for rheunatism, neurmlgtia lame back,
sad in every eams it has reiaod immediate r.
ad eaMtlsfation.'J
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'l orsare not that hard on us, but
?-u e4 We a1 Wanixious to sell clothing right now, so between this
5 date. ag eft day of Jawuary we are going to cut our profits on
n men's and boys suits~ d ztra trousers just half into, that is, we
Sf 4 ~are going to divide p with you on all clothing. This is be-
to- cause we have a rather large pile of clothing left that must be gone
a d CinW Rthe by the end of the winter season. To carry winter styles over to
I*n oflavst e"ktw. the next season is unprofitable. This we know and hence the cut.
State flower.. That'sg- A swell line of men's extra trousers, made in style, peg top, wide
this ye witllrtatcthe seams at sides and flaps on pocket, to go at a real sacrifice. Boy's
h T a Fi" r Abs" siat" h"s a suits with regular or knickerbocker trousers, as you prefer, with-
he tm no liquor will be.owed out regard to cost. -
'o sold on the grounds at the coming
on. Alexander, of DeLd, NO FAKE HERE.
member-elect of the legislature, is .a
emdidate for Speaker.
D. Drbridge, who has been man- PHONE NO.39. APB140 S. MONROE ST.
erof the Duval Theatre at Jackson- AI B O
v since its organization, has resigned the management of the Or-
SJoe Rossa, an Italian, was stabbed
With a stiletto in Jacksonville Sunday
kt. He says it was the work of an
zed "Black Hand" band.
-a.FP. Seekinger, a Seaboard car in, ------.-- -..-.
w Ville Monday morning. n RISTIAN SCIZNCZ DISCUSSID. SF S .to Prmay NaowtDepaalh ttl.
Tampa Tribune now issues a We completed our third Mnitt last nstan atl nHotLc
dwhin edition. fFriday, and the following pupils had,
Ladies, Prayer eeta Tate HDld ofoeftr the month:
DeFnik Breeze announces that ahe LveS*ct. perfect attendance during Under the entire new and
Association has bought thirteen a IeBtT GRADDo0
an North Ninth street for a per- According to previous announcement, Holmes Brown, Aboer ..ft.", Jeff Experienced Management of
home. The tract is perfectly the Ladles' Prayer Meeting of Talla- Geonghqan, Lehhof a Ivan
assryill an atletI hassee was held Monday afternoon in Monroe axwell Myers, Wy trick- .. and wMrs J. wair If I.You're H It.
da driving trc This means the Methodist church. It was presided land, Reuben William ---.
f ber th mad ^ev pem over by Mrs. W. V. Knott, assisted by Effe beetr. *o, rte" .7. e House has been entirely ren-
an be made which will a representative from each of the other
portance and interest of four denominations presen t. The at8COND GRADI vated and refurnished, and a
vaion to wgrkicltr e ct chosen for discussion at this meet- Eddie Andrew, Mars Atk ,.ore comfortable Hostlery The Crisis is]Past
ovation of agriculture in was "Christian Science," and the Lewis Blank Robort e, i ..
eniS. oc was to point out the fallacies Holmes Collins Ta jMlo not be found in the city The Situaion is' learning
goesthe distinctionof ge ontained in Mrs. Edd's book Science Helen vaa, A i .
St netsoal forget related and Health," when examined in the Mier, Newe Mert nftrly t e.i The Cure IS in Work.
t th eiaetpplrive. President light of the scriptures as thrown on the nolds, Frances Whei LaNilelo r a .
hislat sgo ed a proClama* s t by Mrs. Knott. Wilcox. Near the Capitol.
at/i Msie and making the Oeala Mrs. Knott had prepard several pa- Near the Capitol. ET BUSY
forget NMarion county in et- pr for the occasion, whichshe dis. THMD GRAD. B P t
ada and other proclantion tributed among her -uistnt for public Gu Cox Upon Forbes, lton TDll,,.o D. /
the Dakota national forest in reading. Of thesesistants, Mrs. I. S. Holmes, Edwi Ty, Ted Yeo. u AD n
county, North Dakota. Inas- Patterson. wife of the Methodist pas- T.,.T Y. LUUOKHAPPY
as the last named national forest tor, and Mrs. W. L. Moor represented FOURTH GRADB.
rest in North Dakota, the two the Methodist church; Mrs. L. C. Katie Bell Adkison Fetnah Cookse, Notice of |evecatlea f Autherlty.
tions and two More state to Yae r. the Presbyterian" Mrs. R uely, Effie Caeto.n Ruth Child, Mildred Jack- WHnB The Ohio German Fire Insurance DONT KICK
of those wherein land will be the artist, and Miss Alice Aptorp son, FIorwene Moore, Andrew Tully, oths Ohio, a.het.ore. D CK
solr atifle forest 'dminika- the Epal. .... Robert Temple, Alfred Blackburn D oness of d b. la to do
There are now nineteen sates, Mrs. Knott stated that she had given ere Barr, Lemuel Cooksey, Terry bsNiMnaisumaen tce.tatetariorida; Th H th wnts
Alaska. having national forests, the subject careful consideration for Hancock Cone Hollowa, Howard Iser ADW S, Thedofnsance The House that wa
several weeks, consequently was Pro George jaram, Ra Robe rts nsr .. s Cisstat ofOhothyour Business
SPECIAL SRVICIS papedto point out all the weak points in T Fourth grade had a spelling a udgment of ouster has been tendered by a court
he doctrine. There were no Christin match Friday, and Mildred Jackson, oempsetsjuridSStion of the StatS of Ohi" "Hasn't got the Grunt."
e oleM adl Baptist Churc on Scientists resent, although &special Ray Roberts and Katie Belle Adklaion s '. tmtdthe Ohioerbs y eena,.. wanted
S t S invitation v -lter een t en the to stood up last. s smt w ,up a .t-ffair Plumbing, Steam and
ig De. ,t e the foundations upon which they had IGHMTH O ADE NEWS. mT mi e Gas Fitting, Priviate
y evening, De. 18th, erviei built their faith. The students of he Eighth irade of ene la th an vnent and opmeratioIns
Baptist church of this city prom -- a- Acn HTT H oh Seool hve been very for- .."FO r 71he B.. os of Insurance Water and Light
QA be of specal inItrest. AU are t- -.L K AC2ITTL tu gieRMthisya.. m .st oftFloa.-in pursuant. Plantf the
S ofespecialtereAl. Mr. Beth red a medal for statute ia seek do hereby revoke the author- Pn
Invited to be present. Service te thbest speakel-the contest to be Lheetem Sted tosaid the Ohio German
s at 7J80. The following Aesd of ,mbedAia FN s o e t the last of sebooL .a tof.lord adOn .
will given: Oe rl, Flerie ad Alabma Mrs. B. J. Bood has kindly prsiOd do hsi.or ,aofnotice of such t- PHONE 80.
es with a &e Universal Dict Voca, tive..of.authority dblaw. Done
-8*sei at d i^^ ^ ^ t~of^ tis 7th &F of December. A. D
-Mr.. w. Gauldlg wMah has been of great help to IM w. V. Kno.
L, G. G Th. e case of the State of Florid.a iS, a---.A. R. TJ. PHILLIPS.
t Peraign Lands-By Leader. Thomas & Morga we called Tue.d.v .Seaboo A. e ( o *t *rr
By (oir. m r antag by Jd. Malon, a the didt t e bea. Sine then we have tte w.H.uu., .
Chl-Mr.u HBaooek. ----.' ." .aS s "----ether )-ook- e and hope to Atyg i T
*2What Woold I l"- court, now In Smalesp. Tme cie wit gfor our room. Om.ntun hed or inumne OMhMle
"WdsIs "--les by the State were Ow ood 'hveon our walls some prtlty "o d -t
^ JI -Mrs. J. T. Perkls. M. WMfe. HG. Young. John Bol.smma, p Miss Lrla Lewis aave as two Hefrems .Merel Cea.cer. t ,c W rhtea
of Japan-MssClem Hamp- P.M. S.ECobb and J.D. B irs, which W arm eyia T The second number on the list of TlUD V* U4[5.
tien i F_ Le ads." 3mn. at thele White, T: At the la t m--- the Gfir Club Lyceum attractions booked for Talla. _________
oBiuals" -i-th --r-u-. "" i Gr S E ^.S l at fth, Mrell-I comb-, atIo,, which gave a coo. wathe and JeweLry
Iau '- omer i wts st s t .th eMrt here Moday night at Mum's catches and Jewelry
*...the time cha ---es wee bo..ght time Mi Lewis addred te --- --house. To music lovers the name Books and Stationery.
ua-,r.atomsM Pittl, him for ebeleoet of e sii a go o hrtes is one to conjure b, u w
; teor, Mr. Hays; bss, fand. .who...S. th woetly the house wa picked with Gold and Gold Filled
"ABlessingf Mr. Merge cBtered the srvice g 8 *i-!.i sire wert tveu in-qo~i- tomhpoe d of tw e mas t ei- Fill-d.. a4 ^a*
-_** for the Bs. tW1 W7p t ofirj grade who -, tax d eItiem of Talahassee, whow Bracwrelets at Cost
-3 aI.muirMsbV. or t h_ foa~ _t 7 as rjhre Sterling Silver Novelties
^ -M his Nremival to that ee bu the te 're Wulam b eny tesl toaneh of this ral at redce prices.

ttm b Si mhamowe to ees wife. e, er ia .u Vins, aor ary airist. Mrs. Mehrtems has ,,, ,.
m utg M. ,,es rt mit of a sedmt .M k .fne teacher. d beeM compad by those who are eom- Carefully selected Ho-
of o dtism wf (oebdeas *@ Mge would eojoa eall from any of our j a n d j's.a day Gifts, Books and
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WNW SOM fro _W.___h__m.__ Ber audmem away wt th giolnemU s Ne Novls
Swea e and fervor otf her own love of her art,WN .wo.
-'The. wilR be a Joint mneetingof b i ad orliscame here a stranger,
50nin :,OfTadellatwt allnot seembef fM,

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-ii ... ..- po"ed she knew. It has been printed few months, and then begin the days working to mane two people nappy,
T often enohsah" 'of dire poverty, the days of embroid- and now bhe was disappointed. I took
he C Astias S ister, *Mrs. Oil Iays sa evre r rend ery. 1is hand. which he was not overwilllng
By HOWARD FIELDING the papei&. go le Cooner. "'There Mrs Gilbert described her meeting to give me.
nwas only One iAk In the stry. and with my sister and spoke with tears in "I will speak to you." said 1. "as to a
That was the reason* why the rescue her eyes of the efforts she had made friend and to you, doctor, whom I
Copyright, 1908 by C. N. LuriO of. your sister was kept po extrnor to induce my sister to nacept "the least have not the pleasure of knowing so
dinarily quiet Why didn't your nwle Utile thing." well, as to a man of honor and discre-
ERE are two matters which a '" n uLl as nis story. My hear of It? I don't know yet. but that *She won't let anylh(ly do anything tion. I am very deeply and strongly
Smy help to gmaive e a nook earliest congratulations." I can't alter the fact As to tiher bing for her." hbe declarvld. attracted toward this young lady. It
may elp to ve me a nookfewin m y apartments the tables were a survivor of the Delphic my m in lu "Except her brother," sMid 1. and the would be a strange and bard service
of your mind for a few Lani- uttered with photographs, as they al-I Newfoundland says there I no shadow thin hand that still lay Iin mine thrilled that I would not render her, a bitter
ute. If you haven't eard of ways are My fad since I was a boy of doubt whatever. To 'will see in with happluess as It answered my sacrifice that I should hesitate to make
De, you very Ikely have heard of the as been the study of the different bhi story"- clasp. for her advantage. Do I wish she were
other.- ,i i kinds of men and the faces that they lHe was Interrupted by a riha at my Then I tldil her that her real nnme my sister? God knows. The question
ir the Dephic, that was los awear. I do not study horses, but it telephone. I beard the "voke of 1.U was Hilda Owen and that if there was already begins to press upon my heart.
mivor o ft e Delphic, that was lot at happened that I had some photographs Gilbert: anything In the world that she wanted In the very first instant I knew that
me i May of 1887; second, in partner- that bad been sent up from a friend's "Oh. Mr. Owen. Is that you? Has her big brother Bob would go right she was not. but when I looked Into
.hip with Tom Campbel I discovered stock farm in In entucky, and It seem- be told you?' out and get it. To which she replied her eyes and saw the loneliness and the
the Golden Dush mine in Idaho. The ed to me that Connor saw these before "Yes," I answered. by saying "Robert" several time very longing I would have died rather than
wreck of the Dephic gures in this he fairly got into the room. He did "Isn't It wonderful? Isn't It beauti- softly and sweetly. grieve her. Bo I sat there and lied."
etnV the Gld- not notice any of the portraits of peo- ful? I've told her! You must come The hour was up, and we were all "Great!" said the doctor. "You're
er Bush mine ple, but plumped straight down upon up-you mast come right up. Take excluded. leaving Hilda with Dr. Hlar the man for my money. You lied like
merely stands In the picture of a horse which he recog- an electric, you and Mr. Connor. I'll denberg nnd a nurse who had just ar- a gentleman. Nobody could have done
the background nized Instantly, though there was no wait for you right here. The doctor rived. Mrs. Gilbert rode bone In her it better. I don't know what would
as a source of lettering on It. Is with her now." car, while Connor and I walked alm- have happened If you hadn't."
Swasn. If iveI "Humbert!" he cried and went on to This overwhelmed me, accustomed leasly for a matter of half an hour, "Give me a week," cried Connor,
yeas bidwhen I give me the horse's pedigree-Bertram as I was to Mrs. Gilbert's exuberant when I led him to Dr. Hardenberg's "and I'll prove she's your sister, no
ythe Dephi when i w on one side and Humble on the other, style of conversation. I could only boume. The doctor was at work with matter if you're an Eskimo. Why,
.h. With. a and all the rest of it-but suddenly'gasp, "Where are you?" bhis microscope, man, It's a positive certainty."
lsWt. h my t Ill.._ broke off this strain and came to the "At the drug store on the corner," "This Is the best result I've bad," he "And meanwhile what?' said I.
father and moth- business that had brought him there. she replied. "Mr. Confno will know said. "This is absolutely confirmatory." "Go right ahead." said the doctor.
Ser and infant Flrst, with Inimitable brevity and Hurry!" He had been studying d part of a "Accept her affection upon false pro-
adfit .u- Lilv- pith, he sketched the wreck of the it appeared that Mr. Q oer1 really drop of bloGd taken from my sister's tenses," said I. "Cheat her Into tak-
S.*from Livern ht Delphic. did know, and we obeye4.fWsctructlons finger tip, wherein be saw the germ, Ing gifts from a stranger; sit by her
pool in this ll |) "You," mid he In closing, "were the and hurried. We found Mqi. Gilbert. the Infinitesimal enemy that warred bed and help her to build air castles
htedh vessel in sole surtor."" and she ledus a litt* WAy along a against her health, and recognized the with the very solid foundation of my
Whb w TOOK COcNO T "Yes," said 1. rather poor street, Int se squalid, and creature by its aspect. money. And you have been so kind as
ais o o o suOL ...b.e. ..r ..s.. Into a bleak hall bedroom p.,A lodging "Doctor." said 1, "you have permit- to call me a gentleman!"
e g OIr t of the harb or. se rturn "ber floated away from that wretc. That was the r had Interview with your patient. I hope doctor with fervor. "I give you my
dt was laid up or several da, e essel, heaven knows how, a sort used before Mrs. trans- she has taken no harm." profesalonal word that the result won't
very much damaged, but most of life raft, very small and not prop- red her to a t was a "Harm!" he cried. "I should think look to you very much like the work
be pasmeners were sent forward early a part of the regular equipment "all room," a'sot. She'll get well in half the time." of a gentleman. If you value her saf.
ship. My parents chose to of the ship, though it was stenciled "What result would follow,," I ask-'ty you'll play brother."
-y Delphic, I know not why. with her name. There is a tradition pim f she shouldv no b told tha I"T t n,'
It. bas --,-,bowsupposed that that o of the. lpic. ." ed. unp S d ed, "If be should now be told that I "That's talking." said Connor. "And,
It has always been supposed that that one of the o eers of the Deip hic *not
Sa thn this beating ecept a a not her brother anyhow, she your sister, so what
ftted to the gain,. arde-berg- Connor both start- harm can then be?"
I ean tell you only that.the disaster terested In it in some way. Anyhow. itted toth Haeb a Cnro start-harm can.there be?"
ras t ght. remember th awk it was aboar, and It oted an was lived therea back from me, staring. When I returned to my apartments I
Wa l the thrill of balt mreased ter- picked up by a fishing scholer out of.k b4 o si ci w ha t Mlb *'"
e w .. a in u nand. It bore t dead body tonance, I do at do y" massa? I wouln't bhae requested me to call her up by f -w
tbe wild nomes d the tmpll NeothoughtOfItand. t bore the dead iy t, ad4 that happen for a mint of money!" phone, whatever the hour might be.
My father was carry t wrapped of a man and a living cbld. The man evenings extravaigas i te 1mM t i f "But you know that I'm not her It was then midnight. but I obeyed In-
fo a satl; my mother folowing with bad saved this child even after his s. n a 1. brother. don't you?"r structions.
little HIMda.' Them something crashed. own death, for his stiffe amsdol I am Met ashamed to @Ihat my "Ir" be gasped. "No. You must be. "I happened to think," said the lady,
elm, wet oute Iik o@pA bw, I but mCy o. ltor tth. knes sho e k under m I was There was no other female child ex- "that you'd want some help tomtor
Mh Wout t in Iekt .ou Iketasan. tYo ,a trt.e .i t e mi d1 .summo e d to the larger ine There cept your stater on that ship. How row.,,
&W mea tIngb nw it wa dawn "Yot are t i g to t ml" said t .was a bed with its head igath. t the can we doubt?" "It's very kind of you," I replied.
b .a ow i o and t W oo s ior "t. .th ii rl su.I D wall oppato e the door. I saw only a You have seen us both, said I- "About what?"
he had a wounded head and was coy- do it unless you're sure. I am very ..
I Ia pa of Iot, just a whiteness of plied you who can recognize the features "Why, your presents; the things
m of that microscopic creature which you'll buy for Hilda. Of course she
oosed that thisl boat was lowered end would mean to me-well. perhaps ruth- ilgaws, a background for a girl's face you have to magnify a thousand times, needs "t ply every-
bemost to tro a panc style and all or more than you could easily believe." a"d with a sort of undirected vision. Iuppose, in order to see it at all." thing, but don't you buy necessities for
aboard her were pitched out except the He took some sbhets of paper from morelkq feeling than seeing. I per- "rye got 1,500 on it tonight." said Christmas. No woman wants them.
wo a and syself. his pocket. They were folded ad f eved the doctor In the shadows the doctor "I you were magl.ed We want trinket l e, useless
Uvtally wwewere picked up by a tened together at a cor w dthe bed, watching.te muoh thI t y could ecrry the tghie" It t mr k"m l fie ya to
mel vessel, my e-mpanion ae,-"TheW's a list," said be, "of W9 The girs eyes were blue. They muchatr but you could carry thf things. It took we hve years to best
uium an d dyig. I was taken to li human being on the Delphic. I ld seemed vry large in her pale and thin a matchbox. But what of It? now he doesn't know It as e ought .
ba'e SNat ea sthence to an ucle k you that nearly all the worglai pa tae.. They spoke to we In a silent lan. "It youan mneso that she doesn't look Just give a the money for the need-
I% l Trk, by who I was reared. e singers were transferred to another pu that I knew. They reached out ilke you," said Connor. "I tell you ful, and I'll manage all that ildM
d i whom I wasthltieU. lea vg a e sel. What resulted? Why, Just to my sem with a natural, deep long you're dead wrong. There's a stron will enjoy it as coming from yo, but
email property Is trust I attended Co- thism-there was only one girl baby on yTg. **c.

t took m The simplicity and form of this it my and to her d uthe "And o're the man," said "who "I thought I was her brother," id
WOOL wwT 'WOIYearsatertaemngras-r iaedThe My It with a quick cbhldish clutch ewao fsaw a horse for a few minutes two "Aren't you proceeding on the th....
m 't Of o ASy brother!" said e. d the tears years ago and spotted a photograph of ry that I'm her husband?"
~ the Odem ush, and I w maamed, of course, maly queti but rushed from nber eyes. him tonight at a glance. Do you sup- "it wouldn't make any difference If
ls I aawas unable for the moment to fra I bare siace been informed that i Pot I could go to the nearest stable you were her father." she declared.
T w pan t br I A tell y," id he t acquitted myself admirably. hree and boy a borse-and a good one, too "We don't want clothes from our wft.
yto M exw pt a kome0 t th frI t et on the track of this. d I .b M Iwitnees have teitile iinu my aferor- and pass him off on you as a son of thers. We want the money for them.
Seee f that ) tZ I w s through M t. Oi e&rt. She i twour, Indeed, If I nl tide my sister Bertram and Humble?' But we'll take di amondi. .Oh, you m -t
lving I Ut s baelr aprt I n the W In's 'ebIg, p vmoialusae o uf eelr teoy. .-"But your sistr isn't a horse, pro ,buyl 1da lots of pretty thlogms Ism't
i.*g aOt selYthon Iws S the Oware., a d ths ane cam to .t w a "You were dear.' declared Mrs. There's a thunderng sight of fer- *shea ..r
w* tba t I p OntteGOMMmiy beautiful and ehbar g.S wbo Glbwt "I could have bugged you." *ee." ", .."I...eln.... --,-
Wm with only the g115f14 fus1 b0nfght embroIde1e0 s to the =bp But this Is the way It appeared to "There's this difference," said 1-J Ister inke her, sraid o1 and was suia
e i -ntiMs tor e-empany to b s,. Tb s girl t-well. me: ht I was confronted by a s- hat its easy to d a mn who ad to Ind th had told the t .h.
S e of te dy t rie w p h u; h t f aio ury hi e n bt eyond knows something about a borse. And BSo Mrs. Gilbert and I went shoppg-
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ay and v-wy ~ mems dimmer Wad The team rushed to my y. Ill and couar open to me I chose the worse
feMut a yewg Ma a le t Co aor destitute, my sister, and I so risk that and might have done much better than
ttUng for meI had 1 a er met l, people pointed me out In pBUei places I dd eve with that. You must take
thbnsi9, B a wai st ua plesat M," the Golden 3B Ma l -- my eVeW against that of all the
10%. )do sMd DoUeff the f fe a Mrt s Giet w Vry SW to ber," Mf ftr I alone was competent to
p p mibi 1'f0h hlma tbyp jmstsaM O U b I gues the juge of my conduct, as you will press
s atei a li b"r bOat tbag she 4d f r ewas to tell eatlysee
m kV4 a1 7 O that the-young k a survivor My sister told me that she had been
imabIe I aId the D OWif e m 0.ft em. brought kaow 'as Della Gray. the first name
L I g mrln f t up 19 by W uosPI euM t pse 1s Aw Mbly having beeo derived from
I atr m wmdaa | esI p. Gray was the name of the
ir .i bbe o, .s 53 1 t* I o** r cor0 t- p of the fsbhin vessel that had
i iBosBo fe 1. F ouN mylown Breomed her. In his hme she hnd

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ieVw Mwe tell U MWon tLo iny o vug,
lady tI whom I have had tbe.peculiar
pleasure of meeting tonight. She Is a
thoroughbred Saxon, the last one left
alive. I should suppose; certainly the
most beautiful example. But what
am 17"
"EnBglish," said Connor promptly
"Just an English as she s."
"Both my father and my mother
were born In Wales," said I. "Both
had what you would call Norman an-
cestry on one side and Cymric on the
other. I am colored like a Norman, but
no person who bhas made even the most
cursory study of the subject could fall
to recognize my Cymric blood at a
l wnOe. Ob i e ettbr hand, thc4es-not.
the faintemt shadow of a possibiltty
that this young lady has one drop of
that blood Ina er veins."
There was a moment's silence, then
Connor sald, almost with a sob:
"TYou don't like her."
It was 'the word of a warm heartae
IrheaaIL That good fellow had ear-
aesay redcsd in the Idea that in was
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nexi day atc te aruom ppoeiome our.
I had not supposed that It was poi-
ble for a man to tell so many lies In
one day. I spent the forenoon with
Mrs. Gilbert. and we talked of notb-
Ing-but "my sister"--very word of
mine a lie, of course. I spent the aft
ernoon or most of It with Hilda. whom
I called by that new name, though I
knew It was not bern. and, to make
matters worse, she had fallen Into a
dubious state of mind, and I must re-
hearse to h qr all Connors proofs with
an air of serene and blissful eouvlo,
Uon, for If a mere shadow of doubt
could so affect bher spiritsa what would
the plain truth do?
-On Christmas day Hilda woke to fMd
the plain room from wln *II n
not yet remove her bright with many
powers which the num bad
In their places., This was th day
that Hilda bad had slice the beg niaag
of her Illness. The tide of remteing
health had baein to rmasogme ad, so
we were able to ake tt iatmUh It M
a real Churstma wiltat *. atf ham.

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PO O S a" kor. It psit'
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tres At tdo sIgh at It I%*my sense
of mhnsm uwwp.Amv- U CUII

Ot Wa-m R AM 01094uW a C0110
lke faith took bold upewte that tha
would all come right and that I should
lnd a way to make her haepy all berj
By the next day, however, I had fr'
covered some part of my command
sams. and the difleulties of the s*i'
maton were clear to me aNas, but the
path of cape from them was not
clear at all. I spent that day chlaldy
la meditation and the next as well.
Then a voice seemed to tell. e that
I needed the counsel of a woman, and
whom eeMd I appeal to but Mrs. GU-
bert? 3y this time Hllda bad been
transftrt to the Gilbert residence, a
favor Net too great to be accepted by
a young ld whose brother owns half
of a very pfoductlve gold mine. I -
cured a private Interview with Mrs
Gilbert and disclosed to her the truth.
"Oh, Impossbe Ipble, impoibler she
cried. "Why, you seemed to know each
other at the very first glameor
"As I waas ve years old when I last
saw my sister and she was barely
one," said I, a recogntm woueald not
amount to vTry uech, eve n it had
"Ah,. but there'i Instinct.
"Mrs. Gilbert," said I *there
Is no more chance that I ala young
lady's brother than If I wqe the beard-
ed aoudad tIn the Central park moO."
"But what shall we do" abe ex-
claimed. "Indeed, this Is a very dell-
eate matto. We cannot ton her now.
She would nt remain a this bouse. I
know ber. lhe baa the stritest ideas
about leanabs oblgatle. She would
rather die In the street."
At this I went Into a peaknc
ed that I would ke up
to my last bhour i"
should sink my sel
of mercy.
A few days Ulater
my rooms with a
"There really Is a
sald be. "Why In
Newfoundland Grays
so quiet? Why didn't y B
his little niece? It is
that the Grays did not get a
Delphic's passengers. That w
told them plainly who their .fo
was. She couldn't be anybody
and surely they must have known
your uncle (whose name. with yofM
was In every account of the wreel,
would pay them handsomely for bri g-
InK the little girl to him. Didn't your
uncle leave any papers, diaries or ree-
ords of any kind which might throw
some light on this matter?'
"All my uncle's private papers." maid
1, "were taken In charge by Judge
Mahlon of the supreme court. He0%
dead. but I'll write to his son Jim to
have the house looked over."
I did so and received next day this
beat volume your uncle's diary. ,M.
eontal&nltg ll explanation of this af-
fair to Mrs. Gilbert. Deo. c I didn't eiU
you thAs. Understand? J. M.
Naturally I called upo= lr. Gilbrt,
but the lady was from home. I woWld
have gone away, but a beloved voer"
coated down to me as I stood In the
"Go Into the drawing room," It maMd.
"I will come to you."
so I must meet Hilda without know-
Ing what Mrs. Gilbert knew. A oNl
chili truck upon me. D c261 That
was days and days ago, and all this
time Mrs. Gilbert had been urging me
to treat Hilda as a ssiter. Was It po
sible that I could be mistaken? *o;

surely not. Whatever Mrs. GilbertI
might have learned, It couldn't have
altered the laws of nature or undone,
the divine handiwork. And yet I would
have given much for a few words with
Mrs. Gilbert. It was Iilda. boweve%
who appeared.
This was the first time to my knowl-
edge that she bad ventured so far as
the drawing room, yet she walked
without a sign of weakness and with
a noble carriage. And._ o *b6 wra
beautiful betoud dream
She wore a sort of te gown, I oWe
pose It Rmiht be caldN, dt oeen fablil
a"Wsh a carried a s MBftck boot.
thiak my mo MNst bae fallen epab
No a dead mae' wham I a w the or
a IM7 in Sit ape the book's seve.
My amelegs 4jrpl &
1.y v *. di a1 .
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"Oh, ot yet ae ad faintly.
somehow 1-1 dread I d

The palm my hand were wetad
and I wa wowing air, bt 1- man-
a .ed to ummon op the appearance of
What do you expecbut Blida's
Ods you wlled think vddely peeof
"Oh not yet," she ndeed f havtly.
omehow 1-1 dread itlenc
The very mst Theands were wet that
an I was wallowing airt to, bt I man
aged to sucamone fromup the evideance, anof
"What do you expect to rrid bere
I asked.
"O, you wil think very you thatly of
me," she cried. "but, ended, known tha
been overpersuaded ad saienced addes
the very Brat hour. Then for just that
yo bearlievedt hour believed but never. at-
erward. And I have drifted on and
on, not knowing what to do. I could
see no escape from the evMeice and
you were so sure!"
"Did Mrs. Gilbert ten ym that?'
"Wh,, but rdb aysknown that
you believed witod t a word torn ber.
You were sni a good brotherr And
she samied through her thers. "Bat I
knew to my own ea*--
"Ltsten,- maid L "Answerw Did
you wish to believe? This may be der
very last miaute. 1 thtk th book
maa never convince etO ofe u, sauw
y not me unless It ttel am who you
really arm. But, remmeber, It may
part us forever. I have known from
the arat instant, and I know now, and
..I always hall know, that we are no
.ers to each other than eouslns
*. oough Adam, and so I ask you, do
o wish to believer '
01 think sot." sh whispered, with
it opened under my hand at the
pages beaded June 4 and June st and
,eder the first of these dates I read
the followtlg tn my unele's hand:
captainn Enos Gray and his wife
today, bringing the child. It has
ayes and bright golden hair. It
hardly be more unlike poor little
who had my dear atu*s eel*
brown eyes and dark hair. Do.
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