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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 18, 1908
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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TAT.LAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1908. *


Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to All--Special


NO. 43.


Privileges to None.


MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD
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go" Met" low" Are WW C Tea~wAs Apprded at the Decembe Sesseo.
P.nlaig Teo MaW -C o. M. More Lots to B. Fened atr. O ,.
2" ww of Idg ?reseat School Tear.
--I t fhe sI pinu a Employe, by the County of Leon To- The Board of Public Instruction of hoig Years ro of th
Is a l jury at Leon 0oa1y, in the or see.w Leon county convened Nov. 10th in reg- w
a Tet Acre Om e alon mdlg SAturday, gave warmn to gther With SaarisAttach- uar session in the office of the County Soil, and the Value of Each .
G I the negro eltisea that their toedecy W W iOtS. Superintendent, with the full Board Pt. dt in Man a
to place obsWaeles in the way of justice present, consiting of Messrs. John H.
weeks stice The True Demo- by shlelding the guilty of their race, Mr. L. S. Barber. principal Leon High Patterson. Dawson Boatwright and D. '4 CMnts.
trged that the people of Leon was s grave offense, which placed at School at Tallahassee, $150.00. t. Cox 0 Chairman). Upland cotton-21,11S acres, 7,682
give more attention to the rals- their own doors the guilt of the active Mrs. L. S. Barber, assistant Leon The minutes of the previous meeting bales; value, $301,372.
#1 the finer breeds of poultry, aug-. m mThere mnhd k ier High School at Tallahassee, $75.00. Mr. T Bn n supervisor of Sea Island cotton-175 acres, 59 hales;
the organisation of a poultry and their bodies thrown ipto lakes, in Miss C. M. Brevaid, assistant Leon Meridian school, appeared and request- value, $5,310.
tion. Several \of our exchanges which no action could be taken for want High School at Tallahassee, 50 ed that the said Meridian school house Corn-30,826 acres, 351,9S2 bushels;
.Hs commented on the suggestion, and of evidence against the suspected per- Mss Ethel Peter, asstant Ln High be enlarged and repaired, as it is to value, $208,161.
a number of citizens are discuss- petrators of the crimes, and this be- School at Tallsasee, $7.00. small anin bad condition Oats 2.054 acres, 27,929 bushels;
the contemplated organization. cause of both withheld and false testi- Miss Kate Sullivan, assistant Leon This request was granted by the value, $24,766
teissimmee Gazette, in referring money by witnesses. Grammar School at Tallahasee $50.00. Board and the Secretry instructed to Sweet potatoes- 2 221 acres, (,36
to&the matter, says: The jury commended the County Corn- Miss Elizabeth C. Eppes, assistant draw up specifications and call for bids bushels; value, $79,157.
\ Ohe of the most profitable industries missioners for the steps being taken by Leon Grammar School at Tallahassee, to be presented to the Board at the next Rice-22 acres, 12:3 bushels; value.
we could enge in today in Florida, that body to secure more commodious ts ,w. N.- a meetingg. 127.
K md which would require very little cap- and safer quarters for the court and its Miss Margaret Nelson, assistant LN0. Mr. William Roberts made an offer of Sugar cane -962 :icres; barrels syrup,
.all is that of poultry raisin. records, by building an addition to the Grammar School at Tallahassee, 0.00. thirty dollars for the old "Stroman 3,089; value, $27,636; pounds sugar, 210;
SIs imported Into Florda early court house. It also suggested repairs Miss Clare Bowe, astant Leon school house, which had beenulled alue, $10.
=00000 worth of eggs, every do lar of being made in the county jail where Gramar Schoo at Talaassee, down and hauled to a site near the St. Field peas-721 acres, 2,422 bushels;
bwich could be msvea to the State if our broken windows and a leaky water pipe Mss" Grace o D sub- rincipal Phillips colored school with a view to value, $5,542.
flgmers would devote a little of the inside the building were giving unneces- Leon Pr mary Department at allahan. moving the Centerville school to it, but Hay, native grass -1,850 acres, 1,790
thme to chicken yards that is now given eary disco fort to the inmates. se.. $50. 0. the plan given up because the patrons tons; value, $19.298.
to less remunerative pursuits ggs he presntment ended in a vote of Miss Winifred Cobb, assistant Leon at Centerville objected to it. The Board Millet-40 acres, 267 tons; value,
are now selling in the local market at thanks to Judge Malone for the able Primary Department at Tallahassee, accepted his offer, but with the under- $1,404.
forty cents a dozen, and unless the hens charge given them. and to the various $W0.00. standing that William Roberts should Peanuts-1.360 acres, 20,596 bushels;
n to work the price will go to fifty court officials whose attentions and as- Miss Henrietta Ames, assistant Leon be responsible for any and all expenses value, $21,175.
At those figures there is more clear distance were of much value to the jury Prary Department at Tallahassee, that had beer incurred and should pay Tobacco, open field culture- -,258
amoey to be made on five hundred hens in their investigations. tant Leon Pr the sum of thirty dollars into the gen- acres, 80,452 pounds; value, $19,531.
then on a ten-sacre orange grove. Following is a list of cases tried: Missral school un as well. Tobacco, grown under shade 549
i ciost every family in this section State vs. M. Goodman, unlawfully mar Departmnt t Tallahassee, $50.00 The list of white teachers presented acre, 361,527 pounds; value, $166,479.
S few hens, but very few get eggs selling liquors; not guilty Mss tearie one, er ten by the Supermtendent was confirmed Velvet beans-622 acres, 6,893 bush-
gh to supply their own wants, and State vs. John Burkhardt, unlawfully teacher Primary Department at la- by the election of those not previously els; value, $14,961.
i mame have any to sell. which condition selling liquors- guilty. $ 6u, .0 ber Hal. elected and their salaries fixed. Alfalfa (Lucerne) -1 acre, tons;
Is IMly owing to a lack of knowledge State vs. Jack McNair, unlawfully issober G t ales The Superintendent was instructed to value, $45.
S-to ow to conduct a poultry yard. selling liquors; guilty. Scho1, letch 0rd, Flr., $ .0 o. prepare a similar list of the colored Rye-166 acres, 991 bushels; value.
Some who have experimented with State vs. Thos. E. Morgan, embezzle- Mrs. u ch Blenh i of Fort00 teachers, retaining in general the same $1942.
k ehskens in this locality claim they do meant; not guilty. i. en School Blham Dis -.$ of.For teachers as were em loyed last season, Squash-i acre, 85 crates; value, $76.
tionally well when properly cared. State vs. John Pinkney. receiving B School Blox L, 00 but making such changes as seemed Egg plants-2acres, 245crates; value;
or. and will yield greater returns on stolen property; guilty. B r hoi -0- necessary or desirable, this list to be $110
the money invested tan almost any in- State vs. Milton Fleming, petit lar. Horace r ri o submittd to the Board at the next Cucumbers-2 acres, 28 crates; value,
dustry a per p could engage in. eeny; guilty. Woodville meeting or ratification. $46.
Mr. J. M. Wilson, Jr., of this city, is State vs. Morris Sloan, unlawfully od ill owll assistant of A request from some of the patrons Watermelons-141 acres, 64 carloads;
a gned authority on poultry rals- selling liquors; guilty. Woodille itt of of the Bradfordille school that it be value, $3,485.
, ere is what he says on the sub- State vs. June Sampson, unlawfully Woodville Graded School at fenced was refused and a general reso- Cantaloupes-2 acres, 44 crates; value,
We"t. "M ewa made with sell0g0iuors; guilty. o F ... $ .00. lotion forbidding the fencing of any $
o s rina yad fl ckStrict aount .i fl tf Wood- more scho lots during the present English peas-I acre, 11crates; value.
w. m t of all the expenses and credit SE 69 to js'. Graded and 1 o.0 Wood- ,chool.year pae .._ .
T rt was ,y- 35.00 to $SO. a, $W.00. a a- Tal- Various requss fo tfor ransportationt- acre 38 crate value, $
Snodi The result was that the p i nwr cut, ) ...- for pupils were lad over until the next Beans-2 acres, 87 crates; value, $174.
year hens fed themelv and We e distribute for thi le Gded andas the Board doubted whether Oranges-24 bearing tree, 12 non-
a net profit of each, the second e a le F funds on hand woulddmt of allow-bearing trees; 14 boxes; value, $44.
$2 each, and te third year t.0 (actve wtch. ,, $30.00. transportation except in cases where Grape fruit-2 trees, 2 crates; value,
The bred used was White S A Ruth OwensA extreme hardship would result in $6.
crossed with White Plymout ool at Holland, FiS., of refusal. Pecans-2,740 trees, 3,350 bushels;
Reiks, cross being made to give f m e is at Lake Jackson The report of the Treasurer was ex- value, $17,919.
Smore boie the birds so they would s J. i 0 M e Villiams, ramined and found to be correct, as fol- Strawberries- acre. 60quarts; value,
Sbe better table purpose. I kept an ae _.00., iowa: $19.
accurate record of all egs laid. and Miss Laura Howren, h Jack Warrants paid during month of Pears 3.851 trees, 3,226 barrels;
S som hens dropped as many a in a _n bluff abolst Bloxha.00. October from General Fund.$1,008 32 value, $7,254.
--M l.. Naso.. Chaires,te Lae Warrants paid during month of Grapes- 2254 pounds; value, $216.
*"The great scarcity of eggs in the ackson Scbool, 135.00. (Her home is October from Sub-Dist. Fund 790 00 Wine-100 gallons; value $108.
i Winter is caused by not hatching the wm CHILD Tlahas l.) Figs-1,351 crates; value, $1,517.
ehieks at the right time and in keeping m Mr. Leslie miller, teacher of Micco- Total --.----.....--.--.---..$1,798 32 CrUISTAN USS
the hens too lonu. If hatched too early ele ki Shoolat Miccosukie, $40.00. (His Balance on hand in General CIR1,TIAN SCINCE D1SCU(O,
They begin to moult in the fall, and so t I I I is R. F. D. No. 1, Lloyds, Fla.) School Fund Ncv. t ....--. $5,632 01 -
Sdo not begin to lay until the spring; the a i Miss Louisa Austin, teacher of Cen- Balance on hand in Sub-District At Neetiag of Ladles Prayer Meetoue,
same is the case with chicks hatched t I H lie School. $35.00. (Her home is School Fund Nov. 1st--...-..- 4,100 95 Reortedby vaagellcal Cm-
too late in the spring and summer, they t 'h_. Fla.) Balance on hand in Special attee
not laying until the spring following. t ?Ai Mrs. Elle C. Coe, teacher of Merid- School Fund Nov. 1st ...------.. 145 50 .
The great secret of a full egg basket CN T R I l 1 School, $6.00. Her addreu is R. F. -- The meeting held by the ladies last
daring fall and winter is in bavin the !- No. 1, DBeahton, Ga.) Total balance on hand in all week was one of unusual interest and
chicks hatched at the right tim, A Mr. G. Atkinson, Jr., teacher of school funds combined-----.$9,879 36 diied bari T
That time s to set in ebruary and eMoorSchool, Holland. Fla .$386 00. Warrants were drawn in payment of o qit and .
hatch in March. Adhere to this and in aMiss Mlattde Willis, teacher of Natural the various accounts audited and ap- joint leaders, consisting of represents.
six months you can depend on a plenti- I School. $80.00. (Her address is proved amounting to $3,406.31. tive ladies from four denominations,
ful supply of eggs. M la.) J. G. Riley, principal of the Lincoln came to the church with their resec-
"Yes, sir. I consider the raising of Ls. Jlia C. Trice, teacher of Strict- Graded and Hgh School, appeared and tive papers, concise and tell
Ohken. me of the-meat and mot We are unusually well $40.00. (Her address is requested that an assistant high school upon each of the following
rptvebin eess coon enoaut C -S i rSt. x. D 'No I, Beachton, Ga. teacher be appointed to assisthirm by topc: Matter, Sickness and Sulerig,
Ie today, ad esly in this setlon,.4 rp ________ Miss Mablle Bradshaw, teacher of teach Lat d some other highEvil, Satan, Death and Prophesnies
se It is peculiarly adapted to that pur- A od buggy and a young, good fam. Silver Lake School at Belleare $85.00. school branches. He stated that a ceimng latter-day doetrinea aad belleb.
po, aad with e quoted at frt y hor for le, together or (Her address is Tallahassee, Pla) teacher who was not proficient in teach- Thee papers contained alternate
I have often wondered why more r- ea, _l_ ringHill Schoolat Sprin H ll $3600. The School Board referred the whole Bible upon each of the fve repeetve
ses do not engage in at pUrMit" .. .-*( er address is Spring Hi. a .. matter to the Trustees of Tallahasae subjects. Mrs. Knott was asked to
Dr. E. nE s, of areea le WerrND-G-ood pe ltysa esmmeSw Mr. H. P. Woodbery, IDlp of l Sub-District and instructed the Super. preside at the meeting because the la-
mush the same story as does Mr. I- (~eSe,, Seeth Carolina ul rida to ChaireSAm haire, ., 10. intendnt to abide by their decision n dies had con idence in the unprejudiced
mea sying that from thirty-five he !g!!at Jul y 4th most make arro. Miss NonnieIora Harmon, assistant the matter and to appoint any teacher investigation which she has gives to
he IS gtgfrom twen to thitfg? to tweltSW of Chaires Acad my, Chiree Ila., nBominated by them for the iton, the this a various other works on Meta-
a 4y, sad claims vasth tin S we l adv etised liiC.- It000. dHerhomels atPittsboro N. C) said appointment to take efect as soon physics and Science, and what is called
wM to on a s it twu y. w r". osly P s--maE M"s Davis, teacher.of .l. as the nomination should be made b 'advanMced thought" and especially the
i;lprlpr get any I Ye- callPa sa y E~' Pod Shool, Tallahassee a., $ww the Trustees., and to hold good unt ltud which she has always gives a
requiring twIce the moasy cad ae itsaSI dru istsem gaml (Her home is Climas, Ga.) conflrmed by $he County Board at the God a Word.
a' ttntio_. .l. emm. *pm --- ; Miss-. India Brandon, teacher of Osk n The meeting was. deeply spiritual sad
.It is an h _y ousw fe em m stat l S chool, .R F' D., Metealre, Ga., The Board then adjourned until thevery one preUent felt tim sas of
S -, i M Jne Alligood, teacher of Pine next r;"egular "i/ tW.ord ays ce w ith t. T

a g-,, biess.., a .,, ao-- e. .. -" Rssel, teacher of .isher. s E. B. lEm eae and a more comprehensive symp
w-ldM mt be hs ndl m any. Ia nconetrast to the el ted Scaool 10.00. (Her address is edadsa H Legal Charter. thy for one'sa fellowmnhn. Human o -
stances the table would be bttor p o -ethod e. .. -re- t JoFe), teacher of .Lten'a Ellis & Neely, of Tallahassee, were suelSdto have nopla* e -l ad
Seal ert oif Brd a n eant felt its mtyh owr, Many r-

Wref.r_- _- "S- a M.. F., I8.00. (Her address is Ho.. M. mrrnou ra v con. umn an wome- ar-e in
teus o n y-e aro Jakovle h e~5.eml ww U It im sl D~o Ta~hfBes~ eard a ththe aoefrm, n whchare qus ts haecmi o "etnso h


du bIt Ja toe &P. IMP. At, &.-h weir dezermiauion to --am I
servd. H JA um er a, or I C. E. Dumer, t'eher .f' -'a. perfectly legal and wi estandevery test faithful word" to t t m
n be MOOl,.$4000. (His hiea is Ha. of the law. doctrine ad "b tt unto the
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H.*--'"-- the CIA= CALL NmM By* Lak Nearly everybody knows DeWItt's Lit- d "ForGod gav a not a spirit
S HAD A CLO, CALL ito r Ers Sl, ,ur. t tie Ealy Risers 'are the best pills of fer. bt of pow and of loe sad
Mrs. Ada IL. Ce wld ? pi- ) *. made. They are small. pleasant, sure of a oud mi 3.
know vplre af the. MaRe. eace 4 Iake Little Liver Pills. Sold by Tallahas- J .
UN1m6 n"ps: ...IS&.0. Mor Po Drug Co. W.
twell. tPmliet.1 ~ Mr. 1L 6. erel, teacher of Ifn Hook
Sa.a (Her md~ms i) o, ,s, (His address is Tasl. .
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uaulMD DV RY nIUDAY MORINmG.

That Wich adres.
[Written for The True Democrat.)
PH(EBB JEN.
Roses rioting everywhere,
Moonbeams and summer cloud;
The fragrant breath of the evening air,
And love-thoughts spoken aloud.
Storm-beaten petals of carmine and
snow,
Darkness and pitiless rain;
reeking breath from the sod below-
Only Love and Love's thoughts re-
main! -
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS.
Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dentist, office
up stairs, next to telegraph office.
Phone No. 257. 23-tf
Just a week from today until Christ
map.
Vote for your friend in the piano con-


test
Some very tne horses are owned by
Tallahasseeans.
Mr. E. H. Cherry has gone to New
York on a business trip.
Ex-Governor Jennings was in the city
a few days this week.
'W. A. McDearmld, of Quincy. was a
guest of the Bloxham, Wednesday.
Picture Framing for Christmas artis-
tically done at Corbett's. 40-tf
Mr. Y. P. Watson, of Quincy, was
registered at the Leon this week.
F. C. Kettle, of Scranton, Pa., was
autographed at the Bloxham Wednes-
day.
Mr. W. W. Hughes, wife and child
left Monday for their home in Marion,
Ark.
Mr. B. M. Cates suffered from quite
a severe indisposition a few days this
week.
Miss Minna Alford has arrived home
from Converse College to spend the
holidays.
Mr. W. C. Lewis and family have
gone for a month's visit to New York
and Baltimore.
Mr. Joe Lester is making one of his
informal visits to his family and friends
in Tallahassee.
W. K. Cook and wife, of Ben Haden,
were registered at the Bloxham on
Wednesday.
Mr. Luther Holloway will have as his
Christmas ruest Mr. Ralph Chapman,
of Gainesville.
A. J. Pattison, of Jacksonville, was
in the city on business this week, a
guest of the Bloxham.
Quite a number of Tallahassee's fine
oaks are being slaughtered because
they cumber the sidewalks.
Mr. and Mrs. Lutz, of Mayo, are
guests of Mr. Lyday, Mrs. Lutz's
brother, at the Leon Hotel.
r Mr. and Mrs. C H. Parlin, of Carra-
belie, are making a short stay in Talla-
hasee, stepping at the Leon.
Hon. Jefferson B. Prowne, of Jack.
sonville, was the guest last week of his
nephew, Mr. H. L. Bethel.
Miss Ethel Spring of Moultrie, Ga.,
is expected to spend the holidays with
Miss Omera Holloway in this city.
Forty head ordinary Cattle for sale
cheap. Apply to David Thompson, St.
Augustine Road, near Fishr pla:e.
E. T. Gentry, a prominent insurance
man of Macon, Ga., has bee in Talla-
hasses this week, a guest of the Leon.
Measrs. Gaston Scott, of Montgom-
ery, and P. A Vans Agnew, of Kissim-
mee. are among Leon's guests this
Get your pictures framed for Christ-
ms at Corbett's. All kinds of artistic
moulding from which to make selec-
tln. 40-tf
r. W. H. Smith, a member of the
SfVereen Co., of Fanlew, was a
business visitor to Tallahassee Wednes-
day.
Rev. J. E. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs.
L S. Patterson are attending the annual
Conference of the Methodist Church in

Marguerette May, the sweet little
d&umher of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tram-
l BL wua christened at Trinity Church
Mrs. Hegmbourg's mother and sis-
tr, Mrs. sad Miss Dillard, of Rich-
mood, are spending the holidays in Tal-
W. B. Thornton, Sr. and Jr., and
Frank Thornton, of Madison, spent
Wednesday in Tallahassee, stopping at
the Bloxham.
The two genial bachelor proprietors
of the Bloxham perpetrated quite a
oke on each other upon the hotel reg-
uter this week,
A very large barn is being built in
the rear of the elegant new residence
of Mr. L. C. Yeager, on South Bro-
enough street.
SWednesdao are set apart
b nthe ialCollege faculty as
tie ^are at home" to
v yufm p^ams has been very ill
t. She went to Tails.
F S Dr. Moore treat her.-

". ,' iN a services in
B ^.. Church of this city have
)g well attended and have been the
nses of great benelit to many.
S Memm. ,G. W. Saxon and W. W.
TtamaeMl -re installed as uprln.
^* Mtdest wa assistant Superint t of


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moda with a 0 flo M t
room at 112 Park Avesw. 414t
The city torne i dobl some eoawmn-
dable woik in filling U t low plam
along the principal streets.
H. N. Sweeting has handsomely dec-
orated his jewelry store for the holi-
days, and the place is quite a resort for
the women and children.
Rev. J. B. Pruitt was called to Ha-
vana Thursday to marry Mr. Johnson,
of Quincy, and Miss May DeLacy In-
graham, of near Havana.
See Ten Nights in a Bar Room to-
night. Where? On Levy lot, near
Capitol. under large canvass. An open
air theatre that you will enjoy.
A new supply of diamonds to which
the attention of the lades is directed
has just been received by Sweet-
ing. 43-2t
J. Hampton Jones of Starke, C. E.
Lott of Havana, A. S McCallum oh
Arran, and J. B. Mills of Apalachicola,
were among the arrivals at the Blox-
ham Tuesday.
Manager Daniels, of the Leon, will
throw to the breezes within a few days,
on a lofty flag-staff which was erected,
yesterday, a large banner advertising
this splendid hotel.
X. P. Wilfby and R. H. Hemphill, of
St. Louis, Mo., were in the capital
Tuesday, guest:, of the Leon. Mr.
Wilflcy is attorney for the Apalachi-
cola Northern Railway.
Delightful entertainment tonight, on
Levy lot, near Capitol. Theater under
canvass. Ten Nights in a Bar Room,
and other high class vaudeville.
Get your pictures framed for Christ-
mas at Corbett's. All kinds of artistic
moulding from which to make selec-
tions. 40-tf
Boyer's Ten Nights in a Bar Room,
comes here in the largest traveling car
ever built, carrying a steam calliope,
complete band and orchestra. Tonight
on Levy lot, near Capitol.
A very nice marriage was solembhied
at the home of Rev. J. B. Pruitt and
by him on Monday evening at 7:30.
The contracting parties being Mr. J. L.
Kennedy, of Georgia, and Mrs. N. L.
Hancock, of Wakulla.
Clinton Dawkins, who is attending
Tech, in Atlanta, and Julius and Lyn-
wood Evans, students of the Atlanta
School of Physicians and Surgeons, are
expected home to spend the holidays. I


A splendid awortauMt of Plain and FWancy P, aag
Tallahassee Dru g o.,
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GEORGIA, FLORIDA U ALABAMA
KUTKNSION PROBABLE.

Centrect Has Not Beea Let Nor Repto
Chosen, But Naaer Bas Poeal
ttve Views bor itesseas.
That the construction of railroad mile-
age is being resumed where it was left
off two years ago when financial blue
devils began to glum the atmosphere, is
taken as a sure sign of easier money.
General Manager J. C. O'Dell, of the
Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railroad
Comppa, with headquarters at Bain-
bridge, Ga., while in Savannah, stated
in an interview that the extension of
that line Is practically certain, although
tht contract has nut yet been let.
There is some difficulty in determining
upon the route to be chosen, as several
towns of considerable size and promise
are making efforts to induce the con-


Among the prominent lawyers of struction of the road on such a route as
Florida in the city Monday were.Ions. to include them.
T. L. and S: D. Clarke, of Monticello- It is generally assumed that the road
Judge E. C. Maxwell, of Pensacola, and will be extended from Cuthbert to Co-
Judge Liddon, of Marianna. All these lumbus, although this has not been an-
gentlemen registered at the Leon. nounced as the fixed purpose. Among
Mr. Robert N. Stanley, of Highland them is one from Damascus to Albany-
Park, Conn., who spends his winters in another fSm Carnegie to Richhlan"
Tallahassee, writes that he will' be Lumhisl"tn a strong bid for th
forced to spend the cold season there road put sit offers in more
this time but wants to read of the sun- .ltbum somen of the other
ny South in The True Democrat. equally interested.
The city has taken possession of its in dteidf theil
new quarters on Adams street in the In d as all town
old bank building. The change from a fr' lines to the
their offices on Park Avenue is a most n ideraton thine
advantageous one, as the present build- pemi ter claims.i
ing affords more space and plenty of P .ft now of nearly
light and ventilation. one b S t miles trom
Rev. Pruitt has concluded his series Carrahems ,lahaaeeto Cuth-
of sermons on the subject, "Some bert, with a Mne from Havana
Things the Church Wishes the Pastor to Quiney, and a boat lie from Carra-
to Know," and Sunday morning will belle to AIlachiee,.
preach on the subject, "Some Things Mr. J. -PWili55 of Savannah, is
the Pastor Wishes the Church to president and chief owner of the prop-
Know. erty, and the company mt officered by
The Mabel Paige Company was in Savannah men.
Tallahassee three nights last week and The Georgia. Florida and Alabama
played each time to a full house. From Railroad is not a completed line by any
the criticisms heard of these entertain- means, and it is not believed that the
ments, Mabel Paige has made as great completion of the reposed extension
a "hit" in the Capital City as else- will see the idea of its promoter ear-
where. ried out, though there are no psltive
Revs. Elias George and Nathan Una- plans6n foot for any other btikling at
tan, Syro Chaldean missionaries, from the present.
Armenia, have been in the city the past Kighth Grade eis.
week soliciting funds for an orphanage sn-.. r^tt;- *- Atl-kt I*-t
'owweek solictin funds fon orp e Lillius Collins went to Atlanta last
in their country which is suffering un- week to have her eyes treatd. We
der TurkIsh oppression. are very glad to have her back md hope
The editor has recently visited Mag- her trip has been beneficial.
nolia Heights, and found it a most de- Mrs. Shackleford, Misses Pla and
lightful little suburb. It will become a Clara Lewis oame to see us this week.
place ot considerable importance when We are always glad to see our friends
a direct street is opened up from the and hope they will come again soon.
city proper. We are having great sport in the baa-
Mr. J. M. Reeves was quite severely ket ball games now.
bruised up Wednesday afternoon by The Gramur ar School Literary Sosti
being thrown from a buggy attached to t had a debate at the last meeti.
an ethrwn frm abuggyattachedtoItheques :tinw s:Resolved Ta am
naffrighted horse. The vehicle was tw
also demolished, but the horse escaped penny postaxe-be a&doptW. +%lea,*S
d vecid ta7 t the negative won. S~mP
was the cause of the slight disaster. side, and Peyton Yon was the bet
The children of the Sunday School of speaker on the affirmative.
St. John's church will hold their Christ- D.W. Syfret, an old eighth grade
mas Tree and Festival on the afternoon student visited us the other day.
of Holy Innocents Day, Monday, De- We are looking forward with delight
member 28th, at 4:30. The public cor- to Christmas and the Christmas holt-
dially invited to this, as well as all the days. MARY HAYS,
Christmas services. Aucs Gw Tr,
The Medart correspondent of the Sop- SAU'nA WAUO.
choppy News says: Mr. J. D. Butler |I V"m
has moved his family, we understand, eor Sale.
to the Boatright place, ten miles south
of Tallahassee. We regret the loss of One pair of Mahogany Tables, 4zx8
such a neighbor from our vicinity, but feet.
mnay our loss be his gain. Success to One Cherry Courl Post Bedstead and
him. Bureau.
., i One set of Bedroom Furniture.
Mr. B!ount Myers is unexpectedly Also one house and lot.
spending his Christmas holidays with Apply to Wm. N. Taylor, No. 8 W.
his parents, Hon. and Mrs. Fred T. Virginia St., Taflahase", FLa. 42-2t
Myers. An outbreak of scarlet fever in -'r,..a
the Lawrenceville, N. J., Jhool where St. A ee GeulMk


he was a student, is the cause of Mr. |
Myers' return. The school| will be sus- i
pended until the middle of January.
Miss Casie Sweeting has given an
informal invitation to the members of
St. John's choir to meet at hr home
the Saturday even after Christmas
for a Christmas f As the. choir
numbers about thrt members, motel
yogs "gote, a ti being aw-

80D)MaocAT for JobjPrtting.


The ladies of St. Agne Guild have
decided to servq a m I ura-
tion Day In the oftlee jst vatd by
the Gas Company on Park avewe, be-
ginning at 12 o'clock.:

-Write quiek rtte b n
2, wiU buyil aa yMa
Locatio best'a towMM. lat
first aMrveL. m ,
653


VOTE IN OUR PIANO CONTEST
FOR WEEK ENDING DEC. 17.

Following is the vote for week as
Counted by Committee.
Miss Florence Proctor again goes
ahead in the piano contest this week,
distancing Miss May Stoutamire by
over 7,000 votes.
But in the vote of the preceding week
Miss Stoutamire was 6,000 votes to the
good.
So it promises to be nip and tuck be-
tween these two leading contestants.
But there are a couple ot ladies that
give promise by their vote of this week,
as being very much Interested in the
contest.
They are Mrs. Ruth Moody, nee Miss
Ruth Alligood, of Crawfordville, and
Miss Alice Patterson, of Chatres. It Is
possible for either of them to win with
the proper effort on behalf of their
friends.
I The contest is assuming very inter-
esting proportions now, and everybody
should get busy.until the close of the
contest.
The following is the standing of the
didates:
that we are 0o
than cousis 0011ft
I ask you, do
whispered, with ______
I',
handa at the
Sad June 5 and *
dates I read
bwWd Harde
a band:
and his wife
child. It has
golem hair. It
unlike poor little
ar s11 e1s Candies?
Sdat tirt. D
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Coupon must be voted each week,
on or before date they bear. Notice
date and do not hold them after date or
they will become void.
There is quite an evidence of prosper-
I in the building line in Tallahassee.
New structures are going up every-
where.
Mayor Gilmore requests The True
Democrat to say that the city will pro-
ve S4pother hom for the garbage
wagon just as soon as one can be ob-
taned, the citizens having complained
eoommiderably about the p ysicaf condi-
tion of the one now in aMe.
Itching piles provoke-profanity, but
profanity won't cure them. Doan's
Ointment cures Itching,. bleeding or
protruding piles after years of suffer-
I*. At any drug store.
The dueational Department of Flor-
IM has juot issued Its si-enlal Report.
?W = ponmpt production of aeek a work
a te remelt of months of lacessant is-
her. The report is ne of the largest
s aWllu one of the dost interesting
med by the Dewartment, and the
ts et, Ha. W. M. olloway,
I ase to be egraastued.
-mfr ease 9t bekache, wekc ack.


r taammatUon. and rbeumatio
is daaswe if naegieted, for
Bo ne early always due to
she Dewittt tKeidmr
PUR Yhy are Mttep-
Thywe


Will Ha Served om C


Remember the jail.
Mrs. R. H. Gamble asks contrlbudele
for the dinner on Christmas day at*
Leon county jail, and that they be a*t.
to her on Wednesday, Dec. 29, dt4
they may be carried to the jail as
Christmas eve.
There will be a service at the jail
Christmas morning at 9:90. All those
interested are invited to attend.
-1 was sick and in prison and ye vis-
ited me."
"As often as ye did it unto the least
of these ye did it unto me."
"O2 '?^-~-ll---,--L%--.--B^B- --










Board of Control Confer With Beamd
of Commsaseners of State la-
stltutioes.
Several members of the Board of Con-
trol met here Tuesday to confer with
the Board of Sate institution as to
the possibility of erecting for the bd,
deaf and dumb children of Florida, an
institute to take the place of the on
in which they are now so inadequately
housed. They asked for an appropria-
tion of $7unty000. But, alnd that they bam sold
story of an empty treasury dneday, Dec. 28, their
request. So thbe carried to the unfortunate little one
will have to content themselves a they
aChrist for a while longer.
The Commission, however, made a
little more elastic the restriction and ye is-
ing the State's pocket book,unto that thest
current expenses of the State in th
they of salaries, etc, can now be baid.


PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
GEO. P. RAN sked for an appJ.ropri
RANkY & OVEN,

TALLAHASSEE. FLO,
tionC. M. AUSLEY, M. the same o

OFFICE IN TELEPHONE
& TELEGRAPH BUILDING 4
NEXT TOULIBRARY.
Home Phone 26. Office Phone

JOHN L. NEELEY,
ATORNmmissio AND OUwevLLO AT LAW.
7the State's ket book so thaUILDIN t
TALLAHAEE. FLORIDA.


(CHEAP ADVERIISIN5
OFICECENTS PER LINE

SCmNEXd-Wats. For LIBRARY. a%: : han.
nt. Home Phone 26ach tion 5 ce Phone .m
afor rew than Osm. cashTn advanw.



ad. for I-n than Ms cnt., canh lna dvanot.


FoR SALx-Medium-sized Florida-
raised mule, at reasonable price. Call
J. H. Fountain, 94 West Tennesse
reet, Tallahassee, Fla. 33-tf


SFOR SALB Set of New Cone Pul-
leys. A bargain at this office.


RuBsn STAMPS No need to send
rom Tallahassee for Rubber Stamps.
We make them quick as good as the
sest and cheap.
'izS Us I For all kinds of printing.
murnish your stationery neatly printed
as cheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retailers. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelopes.
FoR WOOD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
Phone No. 217. 29
TahMAs NOTICaS, printed on cloth
on short notice at reasonable prices at
this offle, and it might be wel to run
short Trespa Notices in your home
local newspaper.
RUIDsBNCU ro t SALa--On North
Monroe and Calhoun streets. Bargains.
Apply to W. W. McGrif. 84f
FPn SALs-Cotton Derrick Track and
Scales. Apply to R. A. Shine. 404t
Da. J. H. BUTT, Vetonary Sureo
Pho=e No. 217.


FoR RmNT-New cottagee with all-
moderm mpqvements. Apply to Miss
-Sallie a. B las 4-tf
Foe Rnw-Six room cottage, $12.00
per oath, corner Duval and Pen iola
s Weh. Apply to owner, 96 North
OMM4s street. 4-tt-
Lo~e-Wsdnds aftomon On ar
nival ,a baby's white "
A. Wak ans d r amrLwatd. 4-lt


C~' arace ~two manutes; teeth-
or p~as of bum or scaldis
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adgmeast ought to be at lb
etenmpatg to regulate my
6r-.e ar p 1L. Ise-we O.

NMeelem Prayer Rugs.
: PrTer MPs were evidently Invented
i r .. purpose of providoig the wor-
ShHer? with one absolutely ekan place
on which to offer prayers. It bs not
lawful for a Moslem to pray on any
place not perfectly Clean, and unless
each one has his own special rug he
is not certain that the spot baa not
been polluted. It does not matter to
these followers of Mohammed how
unclean a rug that is on the floor may
be, because over it they place the
prayer rug when their devotions begin.
An Eye Experiment.
"The two eyes really see two objects.
*If the two forefingers be held, one at
the distance of one foot, the other two
feet in front of the eyes, and the for-
mer be looked at, two phantoms of the
latter will be observed, one on each
side. If the latter figure be regarded.
two phantoms of the nearest finger
will be observed mounting guard, one
on either side.
Answered.
Two ministerial candidates named
Adam and Low preached In a Scottish
church. Mr. Lqw preached in the
morniag and took for his text, "Adam,
where alt thou ?"
,HIe made a most excellent discourse,
- eand the congregation was much edi-
S fled. In the evening Mr. Adam preach.
ed and took for his text, "Lo. here I
S amei'
His Economy.
Father-It's only fair tell you that
ri pleased with your economy this
.1 Your requests for money were
o. frequent last term. Son-Yes, fa-
ther, I thought so, too, so this teral
I've bad everything on tick.-London
TIt-Bits.
Lucky.
Smith-Just missed running down an
old lady with my auto. Jones-Bab
Jove, you're a lucky dog! Smith-
Sure. Just had it painted last week.
--Chicago News.
. Little Food.
Student-Something Is preying on my
mind. Professor W.-It must be very
hungry.-Yale Record.
Every case of backache, weak back,
S bladder Inflammation, and rheumatic
pains is dangerous If neglected, for
such troubles are nearly always due to
weak kidneys. Take DeWltt's Kidney
and Bladder Pills. They are antisep-
tic and soothe pain quickly. Insist
upon DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills. For weak kidneys and Inflam-
S nation of the bladder they are une-
qualed. Regular size, 50c. Sold here
by Tallahassee Drug Co.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Given in Accordance with Sections
574 and 575 of the General 8Statutes
of the State of Florida:
|rsc a amasa IK r GIVEN THAT alas.
LMillap, M )Wats txeoeatate et.


TEWicdKLY ?RU3 DEMOCRAT.


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CYPRESS SHINGLES
;1 ~. ITMO AT BUW, MA MPACTURAB TRICTLM TO GRADE IS IN. LoNG

-. Our. Cypress Tanks
w 8tbS sthdard for
Excellemo M material and Workmanship.
These are lse as de 4cribed hi our catalgue
direct to coe-r.
OUR MILL FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED,
Furnishing Lmber in aH Grada at Low
Prices.
YOUR INQUIRIES ARE SOLICITED.

THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO.,

Apalachicola, Fla.


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IT is not
that the
watch is the
fine watch


-DON'T!-i


Fail to see my
Window dis -


by chance
HOWARD
one truly
i made in


America.
The HowAaD b tbh reauoned
combination of the finvt material
and workmanship event put into an
American watch.
Every HowARD I djuated in
its uw, and price-dcked at the
factory-$35.oo to $ipoOo. The
prce isewr cut.
We re distribution ot this di-
tisct e watch.


play.


Some-


thing that will
interest t h e
Ladies of the
State College
for Women..::


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B AMil Kinds of.Fresh Meats
actionGive rd Prompt delivery.

R9p. p Phone No. 283.
Brft, Dr, and Supper a Success whenlOrdering
ea mts from my Stall.


IEEE qMKeIN

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DEMAND THE PROOF--


TIAT WE


A New Stock of
Our floor.


The Lightest
and Test.


Running by Trial


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


HAVE.


adjusted by the girth to
Either a Ig or Small bore.
Complexion giving tope-whm
the riders ar pale.
Umbrellas, of Superior fittings to
. the buggy.


Variety-in Colors
Trimmings.


of Leather


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


TERMS:
- Suitable to both
Purchaser.


Seller and


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Respectfully Submitted

TULLY OY VAEGER CO.
TALLAHASSEE FLA.





BURNS D CO.



Men's Furnishings.


Stetson Hats.


Manhattan Shirts.


Hanan's Shoes.


Queen Quality Shoes.


The Best In Everything.


Prices Reasonable.




BURNS & CO
Park Avenue and Monroe St. '


THlE DUVAL HOUSE?
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting and PliuImi
In Florida. ,
The home of the Wild Deer and the WildMbtll
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The
Snipe shooting in the South. The best SualphE wb

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
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CONTRACTORS
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BUILDERS.


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


We can


if you are contemplating any kind of building.


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ILMT, A. sIIT*. resleer.

MUr fi D AV T FRIDAY MOWING.

aid"m as Seoned Cl Matter Marsh 1L. lowN at
so rfet Oak smt 'TUh-as--. Fmorks. uade
A ofd Omnr f March L .1.M

"m- i uedmo ahDlins. Corner Adams and
Gamln Stret. Telemo No. 190.
1.0 O Ye P ar Yr. in Advane.
uhlMMa IttMn o AP pleatnoe.

Tw Tre Demecrt is the Offkcal Newspape
so LAe Coenty.



TW~~k wrOdvtwmsoeto are. not aepted
an MT i this nwnper at any price or
my cd eond m itio or ehfestanceL. Not a
i m eMbe has evr appeared in it.
W Dlsplayed adwertiemente ndertwo months
* ntapr inch first iertn and 15 ceats per
a tea eah mubesuent inmrtmo. lctr. and
ISb mtteris cents per Inch each ous. Need-
ite-mllt run after contact expires. Loca or
E*in matter. xeept news t amS pur rdi
slwr, 6 cents a line, eaMh : =. All chaaePv
aimUsme i to oranything Intended f.oru_
m must be banded in not lter than Manda
*Kh, to reeive prompt attention. I

Tlanshas Friday, Dec. 18, 19W.


HOW TO SUCCEED.
There was a fellow in our town,
And he was far from wise;
He tried to run a store one time
And didn't advertise.
No profits came his way at all,
His store soon failed, instead,
Then he went out and blamed the town
He said that it was dead.
A moral's here for those who think:
It's this: Invest in printer's ink.
-Denver Post
The weather continues delightful.
It is now estimated that the Panami
canal will cost the government $280,
0',_000.___
The Jackaunville Times-Union sayi
there is no mistake about it being i
padoi boaW.
A year's subscription to lhe True
Democrat would be an appreciate
hristmas gift by your absent friend o01
leved ones.
A bridge should never be crossed be
fore it is ;eaebed, but the prudent per
mo will always test the bridge before
be attempts to cross.
The Jacksonville Floridian wants the
press of the State to distinctly under
stand that there are others on the par.
deing board beside the governor.
The Enterprise-Recorder predicts that
Governor Broward will be a live wire in
Florida politics for years to come, de-
spite the many enemies he has made.
The Christmas edition of the Jack-
seville Metropolis surpassed all pre-
vious efforts of that splendid paper.
Eighty pages were issued and every
one of them full ofj eeedimgly inter-
etg matter.
The newspapers are constantly pub-
lshing "current reports" about the
outgoing governor. The latest is that
be will be a candidate against Senator
Talaferro two years hence.
It 0 likely that Taft and Bryan will
meet at the Tampa fair in February;
the former contemplates a visit to Cuba
about that time. What the two will
ay will be of national interest.
Speaker Carmot declares he will vote
=a A the proposed appropriation for
water way improvements. No
matter what his declared objection, it
is because ot of the money would be
sw i the Sath.
The Ocala Star contains an article of
several columns length on the subject,
"What Shall Be Dome With Our Crim-
Ihana" Why, that is easy. Let them
appear before the Florida pardoning
lrd and have all their rights restored.
The agricultural department at Wash-
ington figures that the current cotton
crop will amount to 12.,920,000 bales.
Well, the world will need all of it and a
couple of million bales besides, and the
price should not be lessened, but con-
siderably increased.
The True Democrat is rejoiced at the
manner in which the circuit court han-
died the blind tiger element. Convic-.
UmI Eke those recorded in this paper,
wi go far toward entirely suppressing
the eeV. These judgments are backed
up'y a healthy public sentiment.

S It takes on time association with
--i men to know them. Brother
,' |b-ru of th 'taylor County Her-
.. believes that in onlchrit the State
w" avl e the best governor in its bs-i
i ni. ssshis tbehf a a twenty-
se acquaeitavce of the gov-


The Tribupe rAre the death' of
Colonel PFred. L. Roeon, the prod,.
nent Confederate veteran, public sea-
vant and cities, who passed away sad-
denly at Tallahassee a few days ago.
His record in war and in peace was sech
as to make him an ornament to the pub-
lic life of his State and his career will
be an example to the youth of Florida,
pointing them to a sturdier and a nobler
manhood.-Tampa Tribune,
An indication ef the prpgressiveness
of church work in Tallahasee was em-
phasized at Trinity Methodist, Sunday
morning by a reading of the report of
that church, which the pastor, Rev. Ira
S. Patterson, carried to the conference
now in session at Miami. The report
showed that the assessments against
the church for all purposes were about
$8,000 and that over $6,000 had been
raised. Thi speaks well for the liber-
ality of the splendid people of the Cap-
ital City. --
As the letter says, but few such chan-
ces are given to a city and county to ex-
ploit its advantages without cost.
The matter should at once be taken
up by our most representative citizens
and a display of the resources of the
county be sent to Jacksonville.
One can be easily gotten together
which will attract great attention and
redound to the good of this section.
There is not another county in the
State which could present such an ex-
hibit of varied and profitable resources.
THEIR CRIME MUST HAVE BEN
FEARFUL.


Why not have the Pardoning Board
Sty the cases in the first place ? This
would save countless expense and serve
the same purpose.-Tampa Tribune.
a Yes, why not? The board's whack
- should be first instead of last, as it
turns down Criminal, Circuit and Su-
s preme Courts with impunity, and at
a great loss to tax-payers, caused by ex-
pense of trials.-Jacksonville Metropo-
e lis.
d It certainly appears as if there is lit-
r tie use for courts when a pardoning
board pardons fifty out of the fifty-two
cases presented for investigation, with-
in one week. What on earth could the
other two poor mortals have done ?

CHURCH ADVERTISING.
e Newspaper advertising pays in relig-
- ion, as in the business world, according
* to the following dispatch which was re-
cently sent out from Barre, Vermont:
"Does advertising pay? Well, I should
say it does, particularly in religion,"
says Rev. Francis A. Poole,. pastor of
the First Congregational church. .When
Mr. Poole took charge of the church
three years ago it was a moribund or-
ganization. Mr. Poole started with ad-
vertisements in the Sunday morning
paper-big ones, a page when he had
the money, and three and four columns
at other times. He told the people what
was going on the church, what the ser-
mon would be about and who would be
there. "As a result," says Mr. Poole,
"the congregation has quadrupled in
three years and at a meeting of the
trustees we decided to enlarge the
church building to twice its present
size.
THE WEST COAST ROAD.
The Tallahassee True Democrat wants
a West Coast Railroad built similar to
the one on the East coast, and asks
whether Mr. Flagler might not be per.
suaded to extend his road from Jack-
sonville to Tallahassee and then to t
Tampa. But, why to Tampa only?
Would it not benefit thousands giving i
southeast of Tampa, if the road was
extended to Fort Meade and east across t
the Kissimmee river to Fort Bassenger, c
and connect with the East Coast Road a
at Jupiter? This would afford an op-.
portunity for all the growers along the u
route to place their fruit and produce s
upon the western market, which under n
present conditions they cani.ot reach. a
Fort Meade Observer. 1
This is just exactly what The True h
Democrat intended to urge. if it did not
do so.
A road taking in all the towns on the o
west coast, to Tampa" and thence L
through the great vegetable and fruit S
region, connecting at Tallahassee with b
some great western system, could not t
fail to prove a profitable enterprise. e
Florida fruit and vegetables are very t
frequently conjested in the eaterso
markets to the great damage of th6se
aindustries. If there wya more Mest
eommuniiention with the almeo Md-i-
table west, with Its thbes oef lt

mad for seek pads
would be -ere
ts ,yeage, ,


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bs 4iney aIm elaTs at Mi
de osety is lamge ecogh to eeot
60000 more families. Ditto vr
Leon. And we net only have the s
but the richest kind of aoil on wl
they can earn a subistance.-Tallah
aee True Democrat.
Bradford county also has ample ro
for thousands of new settlers, but t
bdaing of them here will be a sA
proo-se if we take no measures to
people know of our advantages and
aueee. It will take a Httle money
have an exhibitof theounty's produ
at the fairs and to advertise in ot
ways, but every time a"-a is in"
to locate here sad ta tract
wild land Into a pdII am I
have added so amsh to our count
wealth and inereged the value of o
personal holdings. It takes density
population to ieMsfe real et teto V
ues, to build up a large volume of bu
ness and to make possible such pub
improvements as good roads and hig
vlaws schel fiUties, It neceseari
follows then that oar efforts to seen
new settlers should never be relax
until the last acre of waste land is r
deemed from the forest and made in
a home.-Starke Telegraph.
The lands of Leon county could easi
support twenty times its present popi
lation without crowding. Instead
there being several hundred poor
tilled plantations there should be man
thousand farms of from ten to twenty
acres each. The lands of northern
Florida respond readily to cultivation
and fertilization, and there is not a fine
climate to be found. It should oe th
effort of every citizen to bring som
other good family into our midst.


CAMPHOR AND TARIFF.
The True Democrat has several time
referred to the possibility of the cam
phor industry in Florida, and particu
larly in this section of the State where
such fine specimens of the tree ar
grown.
The Tampa Times is of the opinion
that the industry would need govern
ment protection before it could stani
alone. Itpys:
"' .i of camphor, it has already:
fe o d ingto the discussion of th
h A be retained on the fre
Jjdiclous encourage
iN elloip the industry ? Q
,m m in the clutches of
t -as raised the price to a fig
ure re~M W most brazen apostle o:
proteetiu teuO not raise it a cent b]
the imposition of the highest duty he
could think of. It is used in certain
phases of powder making, and the trust
that raised the price of camphor wau
grievously complained of by the trust
thatmakes powder. But the point next to
be considered is whether the camphcr
tree so successfully grown in Florida
will yield the camphor of commerce.
The Times has issued an invitation to
the Department of Agriculture to test
the matter and let the public know the
result. If it can be done we will trust
to the horde of American promoters and
solicitors to put the industryon its feet
in record time. The whole of Fl)rida
can be converted into a camphor tree
grove in a few years, and it would be if
there should prove to be money in it.
Let us have a response from Washing-
ton."
GRAMCEFL ACT OF RCOOIMflmI.
The suggestion that John 0. Osas,
the former editor of The TalldIa-
True Democrat, deserves som appd -
ive office from the incoming Sta t a&
ministration, has appeared in several
the leading Florida papers. Mr. Coile-
conducted that paper with a course
and a vigor during the two eampeaus
preceding the primaries, which eontradb
jted, in a very large mea*, to the
success of the principal 1o1mFI`
nominees. He fought hard d theight
and without expectation of fewd.
The influence of his ringing editorials
his uncompromising attacks en thoe
who sought to befog the issues or to
maintain false charges was felt throqog
out the State, eneouarkwug and stimeft
eating the friends of the candidates he
supported. Now that his health is
broken and be has had to retire fro
th Journalistic field-p4WiWally bft
msae of his streuon efforts inthe
two campaigns-t would be oNlyf
praeeful act of resgMiaen to ap
Ndo to em podelftss where ma-
Oeakt-in h iMnd -Id M s lft b 4i W

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ohea es) effort to have nil l'->.
Nui .ty at-nd Le -o"ty oa
s oted there. W r 1 o a M
om di t.fllotwing slt bedt e d PesdemttA,
the drea ed toa toamgrje1rrepr1l pape la e sals
ow qemtativeu isleas g yetmay eama
l ooto JA e 13 v. i
re. Dei o n osa en she Wor..a td h WieprtI
ts o es an r

her J fp i vOupau f n
of vMrity osp _t adequate fasiitye- the Uoited tae.r b otld
r to t w othe Stto oughe pnvesotorof the o wthe
y s taral mneral nd k Ja. known to the American peple.
o tilhe Board of Trade ha o ansed "The World fuUly ppreelate
thof tomit enbe the Florida O compliment paid to it by Mr. Roe

o- onty ee on the s o te id n of he St. Stat o n.
t oct'an ardjoii oning Dixi* Ingd The World likewise preciates the
Spark. Thes build t and grounds pro- importance of Mr. Roovlt's stat
ily o ample paieL a every facility red aent when he declares to Congres that
t qui red foi the purpopen the proprietor of the World sholMd be
," wone ciarf o n6wor oft to you and prosecuted for libel by the governmental
Sd through you to the people of your authornithe, and tat the Attorey.
e- county, free of carge, space in the xto Geieral has under considerations toe
to position building or on the ground for form under which the proeedins

ly attract capital and ettles, and ul "This is the first time a President
. mately result nthedevelopment ofthe ever asserted the doctrine of lees
o ef roful a resnutrns ofrt ouny jestie or proposal, in the absence of
ti re i6 re untouched You pecc legislation, the criminal proe-
Shave as you are flly aware, thousands cton the overnment of tina
y of acres of fertile lards in your county who criticized the conduct of the ov-
which would be readil taken u and e entorthe conduct of indiual
m developed by settlers from other Stat who may have had business dealing
f they had n the lightet idea of their with the government. Neither the
Cn value for agricultural purposelr. King of Great Britain nor the Gerl' ntt
r At no time in the history of Florida Emperor would venture to arrogate
e has the product of the farm sold for such powers to himself. John Ada
T what they are bringing. At no time attempt to enforce the sedition law doe
were lands so cheap when the value of stroyed the Federalist party in Ameri-
the products and transportation facili- ca. Yet Mr. Roosevelt, in the abenoce
In addition to the Expoition-Fair of power of the greatest government on
d aghicultural, or horticultural and min. earth to cripple the freedom of the
oral products, the exposition company press on the pretext that the govern-
fwill e an elaborate program ofumu- ny nt itself ho A been libeled-and be n o
Ssic and entertainment daily. The corn- the government
pny will advertiseand psh the Expo- "If the World has libeledu bod
e ston-Fairl and feel sanguin that fn dy we hope it will be punished, but we
50,000 visitors from other States will not intend to be intimidated by Mr.
pass through the gates the first season. Roocevelt's threats or Mr. Roosevelt's
S The rst exposition will be held Jan- denunciations, or by Mr. Roosevelt's
i uary 20the to March 20the next. Ex- power.
d hibits will include all kinds of field and "No other living man ever sogol
garden crop, fruits, nut, *tc.; in feet, libeled the United States as *ian
anything and everything that is made President, who besmirches m
Y or taken out of the ground. This corn- ulldoaes judges, assails the loiiathe
e psay extends hearty invitations to the of courts, slanders private citizen, a
e people of your county an urgent appeal who has shown himself the most reeo f
S intereott themselves in getting up an less, unscrupulous demagogue wr
Sexhibit, and dont forget to secure the Ame n people ever trusted
a oughly conversant with the resources "We saythis not in a r butIn
. of your county, to inform inquiry "i- incere oros w The Ws o b
' eo it nde trul poumeha measurably more respect for the ofSe
awaiting the visitor and homeseeker. of president of the United States than
i Never before have you had the op- Theodore Roosevelt has ever shown
Sportunity to place an exhibit where it during the years in which he ha mail
n would be of such great value as an ad- taine a reign of terror and vilified the
t vertisement, and never before has the honor and honesty of both public of-
value of this character of advertising eials and private citizens who opposed
been appreciated so much. e The time his policies or thwarted him in his pr-
t a nd opportunity is here together poseph Piteopre.tr te
S Take action. Dod "So far as the World is concerned.n
a Very truly yours, its proprietoras may go to jaile if Mr.
W. H. SERING* Roosevelt succeed, as he threa tens;
--President. but even in jail the World will not
JUST A LITTLE DAT'S BeVUT. free speech, a free press and a free
people."
SWhat a Lee a C nextyh ia Cawght ad, Joseph Pulitzer, proprietor of the
mulled l e** Da's Pursuit. World, said :
awouldbo Nfsuchg Deat.valueas9nad "So far as i am personally concerned,
HOLLADs FLA., Dec. 14, 1908 I at sen during the w hole of Octo-
Dear Editor-I see some are writing ear, and, in fact, practically for two
about their hunting experiences. I will years I have been yachting on account
tell you of mite. I went out to look of my health. I never r a word or
syllable of this Panama story, was not
about my hogs, carried my gun and dog nti with the per and had
and my Httle 12-year-old son. I killed nothing to do with it M Roosevelt
two turkeys caught 42 pounds of fish knows all this perfectly. He knows I
ca Lt on eer which I want to sell am a chronic invalid ad mostly abroad
for 10.00. killed one weighing 86 achtng on account of my health. I
which I divided among my tink his anger is simply due to the
neighbors, and ght three hogse that harp attacks n de by the World o
I sl to Mr. J. Ds. too for h mpot"ally. For that I a perhaps .o
J1T.00 in ash, and got back home for responsible ; that is, for the potial
iol.em of Io as t oon pubie and p
Whim I go oat hunting Christmas, Utieal greude solely., I am really eorry
nd have my mew gum that I bought he sbold be-s. verym inw but the '
fron L.C. Yaser, I will send you Worlds will oeatinue t erilse him
some venison an turkey if you willH sel without a shadow of fear, if be shoeald


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my pet dor. ama led compelling me to edit the pa-
H.L esexm per from jail.
P. S.-Thtmdeeris a brick. LAME MURSRn COMPANT
WOULD MORTOAG5 THE FARM. Ca st Tatlla"assee toet the Steu
A fanner on ral Route S, Umpire, B' OreWG i o1f in Tram. ,
Ga. W A. Fleyd by name, says:
"Bueklen's Armles sv eured the two A True Democrat reportruaw at th-*
worst aors I vem ; one o my Seaboard deoot, this week, a very arg 1
hand and one on It is worth shipmat ef fig tree cuttings, goinr
,=re than its w a gold. I would f MWeif- to on extensivenurery
be without hadto mortgage tto textene u
e frm to get It." OlCk 26C at all of ariang Bros. at Macelenny.
r lts'.. When ose of the a t nuery e-
-%. tab--. ----sh- tsii t not only orida bet in
SatSM" I e te t oSmoth, In forced to eOme to this ae.
Wtr this timt stock th aperit I
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heapho-Alkali, with tassium Nitrates

no fmee aid ws d xi dm you have what ye afr l, fo.
SReid what prominent growers sa of it, thoer test.
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LORtIDA TOBACCO COMPANY
WGroer, Packers and Dealers
in Florida Shade and
Filler Tobacco
Waroom- and Pa tatlon: Quincy,
Gadedes County, Fla.
VINGlKNA-CAUDOLIA CHEMICAL Co.,
Savannah, oa.
S G~GrTimMxxm-We have tested your
PHOsPHO-AKALuj tobacco fertilizer for-
S mula, sold us as an experiment last
year, as complete fertilizer for grow-
Ing cigar leaf tobacco.
We are pleased to state that this
experiment was highly uatisfactory-
1st. Because it gave a good burn.
2nd. Because it increased the yield
200 to 300 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
uniform color and texture than that
grown with other fertilizer.
If you hold this formula to this
standard, and sell this fertilizer at ap-
proximately the sme price, we are
confident that it will be vastly to the
interest of all tobacco growers to use
the same.
With kindest regards, we are,
Yours truly,
FLORIaA ToAcco OOMPAKy,
D. A. Show, President.


WEDELES TOBACCO CO.
QUINCY. FLA., October 10, 1908.
S V) IA-CABOLI&A CHEMICAL CO.,
Savannah, Go.
&nEMEN-We have used this year
two "t) tons of your PInoseno-ALKAu
onour tobacco plantation and must
y that same has proves up to our
tire satisfaction. We have given
ur mixture a thorough test and can
highly recommend It to anyone who
wishes to produce a first-class burn of
tobacco, which is very necessary.
We will place our orders with you
for our entire needs for the coming
season and trust that you will be for-
tunate in selling a good deal of it in
this community.
Very truly yours.
WEIm.rm TOBAC'(O COMPANY,
By Mar Wedeles. Manager.

M. C. WVTTIAWV
ATTAPUri's. GA., October 20. 1908.
VIS|INIA-CANOLINA CHEMICAL Co.,
Savannah. Ga.
Gr.NTL.EMF:-The special shade to-
baceo formula. PuIOsrI .ArALAI, with
Potassium Nitrates, purchased from


you and used on my crop of shaded
cigar leaf tobacco, and on some other
shade crops, has proven perfectly sat-
lafactory. I used those goods in con-
nection with ootton-seed meal in the
proportions of 1,000 pounds of Paos-
Iro-ALKAuL to 3,000 pounds of cotton-
seed meal per acre, and think this Is
the right proportion, as the growth
was entirely satisfactory, as well as
the burn. texture and Ill the other prop-
erties that a first-class, shade-grown
crop should hive.
I feel sure that you have at last
struck the proper formula and one
that fully supplies a long-felt want,
and, as long as I grow shade tobacco
and you hold the goods up to the pres-
ent standard. I shall give you my
business for myself, tenants and cus-
tomers.
As a further advantage that this
PHOmepH-ALKA.I 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-Alkalli) adds to the proper-
ties and also produces a tobacco that
burns perfectly, which is all the use
that potash is to the tobacco.
Respectfully,
M. C. Williams.


J. C. MONTFORD,
Tobacco Grower


TALLAHASSE, IFLA.,
October 22, 1908.
VIOIWIA-CABOLINA CHEMICAL Co.,
Savannah, Ga.
GENTLEMEN-The burn, color, texture
and weight came up to all of my ex-
pectations, and in fact were superior
to any crop I have heretofore made of
shaded tobacco. The weight per acre
was fully one-third more than where
I used other fertilizers and amounted
fully to 1,450 pounds per acre.
I have nine (9) foot shades and the
tobacco grew through the top slats
after it had been topped. The leaves
ran from twelve (12) to twenty-four
(24) Inches. in length. I counted at
many as thirty four (34) leaves to the
stalk. I used your PiOsPHO-ALKALI on
virgin soil, and of course there had
never been previous applications of
other fertilizers. I planted this to-
bacco, grown with your goods, fully
two weeks after planting the balance
of my crop made with other fertilizers,
and it matured at 'the same time. The
growth up to harvesting was very uni-
form. Yours truly.
J. C. Mostford.


T. M. SCOT, obac Grower
BcOTt.aM, FLA., October 19, 1908.
VImoNIA-CAMOLLA CHClICAL Co.,
Bavemtso, Go.
OGsTLtMxM-I am highly satisfied
with results. The bum was excellent,
the color and texture was uniform and
the yield per acre was more than
I expected and above the average yield
of crops of tobacco I have made In the
past.
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. Scott.


Tallhaem Pressed Brick Co.
TALLAnABSE. FLA.,
October 21, 1908.
VIBOINIA-CAOLINA CHEMICAL Co.,
Savannah, Ga.
GzimrzLMN-The results were so en-
tirely satisfactory that we, with pleas-
ure, add our testimony to the numer-
ous endorsements you are receiving
regarding results obtained by other
growers who have used it.
The yield*we obtained was over 1,200
pounds per acre. The burn was ex-
cellent and the color and texture very
uniform. We pooled iAterests with
the Leon County Tobacco Association,
of this place, and our tobacco was ac-
cepted amongst' the highest grade
now being handled by a|ia.
We will ee your Plers.sAKi Li
exclusive of all other potash maitres
on our-next crop.
Very truly -yWp ,
TALLAHASE Plv
Per L. 0. Ye.e,

Leon County Tobacco lmpny,
Growers and Packers
TALuJIHA0SEI FLA.,
October 21, 1908.
VIaoIIA-CABOLunA CHEMICAL Co.,
Savannah, Oa.
GOETLzNME-The 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 convince us that it is a desirable
fertilizer.
Very truly yours,
Leon CoUNTY TOBACCO Co..
V. F. Balkcom, Manager.


SAxurACTIUlrD D

Virgin ta.Carolina Chemical Company
SAVANNAH. GEORGIA.


i ~ ~ ~ ~ NI DiEUWITW AND BY VIRTUE OF A DtKOt5
w ln ktbernato es,@btoef lorUS.
th~u-- ~e so ld ^I- f-.i&-i


One hundred tons of Hay,
two hundred bushels of one
crop Peanuts, two thousand
barrels of Corn in ear,
Large experience with lat-
at improved machine has
enabled me to make ad place
on the market here a quality
of hay fully as good as the
western product.
My hay consists of about
two-thirds crab grass, one
third peavine. Brightly cur-
ed. neatly baled. Weight of
bales about one hundred
pounds each.
Can ship over three roads:
Flrida Centra & B. A.and
A.C.L. Prisslow .
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e..te of Revcatiea of aatlity.
WHEREAM, The Ohio German Fir Insurance
Company. of Toledo, Ohio. has be rat ere been
authorsed by the Bard of Insoreame Commias.
st of Florida. provided ,r I. do
bsim ss. of lamnrsee t State w9 ak
AND WHRCAd. The mId Boai e(tlaeurs ee
Cu imiaws have been dindyr udvId by the
Ine a eee Cmmoeoav of th *ate of Ohio that
a j&um t of moateha aboe rim d bya sart
of .a nt juriadisti of the t at o Ohio
aim the said ta Ohe G mO flle lamsunmem
Owmpy. and that trustees have beem appointed
I mob seourt to wind up ad quMMe the affairs
Wf r fy; formand notfo t their op-
t ved by said Board from
**- aid action haviln bn takea b
eagsjI tread la timeamasagmet and ope atio


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O~~nmuo dfloi in puma. at the
14 1 -: Meth.aedo bhepreby As alsMote
6' A:= gr anted to amid (heloomma
Z Company of Toledi, Ohio. to do a
cginsurance In the stated49Florida., and
d 4 order Publicatioo o des, mof se uck rt-
c authority. an Prviwded by low. Dome
r. tib dsF ofDoeomber, A. D. INSM
-' ~W.V. Kuo.
Stole Treasurer.
A. C. c.
~ComptM~rl e.
W. W.I
Ceestitutinig Boa-d of InsurmaieeCommuissoners
.of rMfini 42-1t.
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Lasimesof cbmw-nsiIsesseof
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ABOUT ADVERTISING-NO. 6


If It Fits


You Wear


This Cap

By Herbert Kaufman


Advertising isn't a crucible with which
lazy, bigoted and incapable merchants can
turn incompetency into success-but one into
which brape and tenacity and courage can be
poured and changed into dollars. It is only
a short cut across the fields-not a moving
platform. You can't "get there" without
"going some."

It's a game in which the worker-not the
shirker-gets rich.

* By its measurement every man stands for
what he is and for what he does, not for what he
was and what he did.

Every day in the advertising wo. Id is another
day and has to be taken care of with the same
energy as it's yesterday.

The quitter can't survive where the plugger
has a ghost of a chance.

Advertising doesn't take the place of busi-
ness talent or business management. It simply
tells what the business is and how it is managed.
The snob whose father created and who is
content to live on what was handed to him
can't stand up against the man who knows he
must build for himself.

What makes you think that you are entitled
to prosper as well as a competitor who works
twice as hqrd for his prosperity?

Why should as many people come to your
store as patronize a shop that makes an endeavor
to get their trade and shows them that it is
worth while to come to its doors?

Why should a newspaper send as many cus-
tomers to you in half the time it took to fill an
establishment which advertised twice as long
and paid twice as much for its publicity?

This is the day when the best man wins-
after he proves that he is the best man-when
the best store wins, when it has shown that it is
the best store-when the best goods win, after
they've been demonstrated to be the best goods.

If you want the plum you can't get it by lying
under the tree with your mouth open waiting
for it to drop-too many other men are willing
to climb out on the limb and risk their necks
in their eagerness to get it away from you.

It is a man's game-this advertising-just
hanging on and tugging and straining all the
time to get and keep ahead. It is the finite ex-
pression of the law of competition which sits in
blind-folded justice over the markets of the
world.
rCnpyright. 1908, by Tribune Company, Chlcago.)


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beat and iback with Pretch ii:. 'e at top. Made ofr
Ifnl,4ed goldcn and I highly p : hel. Miahogay It s~l
de irced. You can ave lots f nivnry by buylag ~ A
E,.a. tac:.ty tthat bays lumber lu b hIS ta Ae
tW chatr and ellestlhem rig'it here ia the Se*thaI@a
Awlenke-taring you heavy freglht charges sad l
proft" Oar wM etrMee gs Mows over sMe
M ad of chairs for part, dining room, kitehean. g,
laws, sore, offce--sliises and style-all at IwegII -.
gala prices. Every chair guaranteed exatly a n
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I rUR policy of ICash BqYu.W aid beling (bemg the ?, 1

Original Cash Store k Middle Florida) has left a .i,
Very distinct trail along.he route of "trail passing "

through the counties of Franklin, Wakulla and Leon, and
| extending even into the border counties of Jefferson and

This Highway is so distinct and clear that all
doubts (if any were ever entertained) of the wisdom of
our policy, is now removed. -
Our success stands out as a monument to the memory
of


SBO CASH STORE.


Remember, the Black Cat Sale lasts until December 25th.
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and it is time you was selecting your Presents?


..3W. I have one of the largest assortments of Holiday Goods
-__ ever brought to Tallahassee, 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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ilts, Tab e Damask,

Shawls, Facinators,- Ba-

by Caps and Leggons,

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all wear on the rivet, making the SHEARS practically IN-
DESTRUCTIBLE. A simple turn of the little thumb-screw
shown in the engraving, tightens up the blades as closely aw
may be desired. Any woman who has had the exasperating
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appreciate the value of the new invention WHICH KEEPS
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doubles the usefulness of the SHEARS and does away with
the need of resharpening, and furthermore, our Guarantee
Certificate accompanies every pair, agreeing "that if this
pair of shears PREAKS or in any way becomes defective
within FIVE YEARS from date of purchase it will be re-
placed with a NEW pair without cost."


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

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For cheap and medium grade Furni-
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A complete line of Matting,

Rugs and Art Squares at cut
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A few Parlor Sets Sideboards and
Wardrobes to close out at prices
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F. IR.KY MAY. P. H. THOMAS.

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

Brick, Lime and all kinds of
Building Material
From the Lowest Grade to the Highest.
Our Long Suit is Best Prices and Prompt Delivery.
I Lug Distance Ploe No. 249.
Call us up at Our Expense.

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Aim we have omanemeti with my hoe business the
NEW YORK CT-RANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
C D sa-d .Pr-. at-Ctas Wodrm do this work. Youmr
little CITir Repairs and MIaka Clothe
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The simple apparatus Is still in use
in outlying districts-home dye tubs
filled with colors extracted from
sheep's blood, larkspur, Indigo, tumer-
Ic, saffron, r.ulberry. walnut husks,
brass combs for carding and distaffs
whirled by hand. Between two sticks
held horizontally by supports at the
ends are strung threads drawn taut,
harp fashion. Then worsted yarn Is
passed over and under the strings
twice. Songs are sung-songs trans-
mitted frnm old to young, so ancient.
some of them, that they are In a lost
language-nnd these songs tell the
weaver what colors to tie In as she
progress with the pat,,tern. Each
district has its own patterns and
songs. After enach knot the ends of
the yarn are selssored off to form the
pile.
In a close woven piece like a Kir-
man. measuring a mere G by 8 feet
there are 400 knots to the square
Inch. As the weaver's speed tI about
three knots a minute, four years of
continuous labor would be required on
such a rug. -Within that time some
fingers would stop weaving forever;
others would go on with It. Was It
any wonder, the rug hunter asked me,.
that no two old rugs. even from the
same village and the same household,
were ever Just alike? A bereavement
would Induce a greater unconsaeous
use of white; a bridal would turn the
weaver's thoughts to scarlet and vic-
tories of war to yellow. Local environ.
mcnt family uhappenings. removals
from town to desert and desert to
mountain, would each have effect. Go-
sip or harens, the tinkle of silver
anklets, the nalarins of brigands, the
relations of rellglon,. all would go Into
the rug.
"Then." I Interrupted the bunter, "if
they still (lye and weave aa of old.
rugs are being made now that eventu-
ally will be lbautiful and valuable?"
If the west were willing to saf to
the east. "We will give you five or ten
years to make a rug." If It would may
that, then age and gentle wear would
do the rest. But the west won't It has
mansionsuin In creasing numbers to St
out at once. So It ba Introduced ani-
line dyes and machine carders ad
spinning Jennie8 sad collective wear-'
lag and Is otherwise bustling proe
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mOEnRTSAPTUORP WEDDING. railroad to Panacea. TO COURT HOUSE.
The Panacea Railroad and Land Com- --
TwO SpleadM Teoag People United In pany are the promoters of the proposed Mr. D e*s iapRdl Going Os With
ar lage at St. Joha's Chuch railway from Sopehoppy station to the Wer E and Will Doubtless
TueSda, L e... Panacea Springs, thence. northeast, to te-.,- mit -Ti l te.
--"ila A 'e e. connections with other lines. CompleteW % WM Time M
An event of unusual interest in Talla- The editor had a talk with Mr. Those. The addition to the present county
hasee society was the marriage at St. H. Hall a few days ago concerning the tribunal will be erected a two-storied
John's Episcopal church Tuesday after- tic over the rosHnets He said h annex, consstin t four 18x24 feet
noon at 1'30o'clock of Miss Alice Foster he anticipated the completion of the apartments, and two halls, upper and
Aptborp to Mr. Albert Hubbard Roberts. road from Sopchoppy to Panacea at a lower. The rooms on the north side of
Old St. John's church, hallowed by very early date. This means Panacea the balls will be occupied by offices by
memories of many beautiful functions, property will be morevaluable than ever. some of the county officials. Those on
has seldom looked so lovely as upon this The fame of the Panacea water ho far the south are vaults for the safe-keep-
occasion, the decorations of bamboo and spread and those who are so fortunate ing of records. These vaults are to be
cut dowers and the brilliance of the as to own property there are congratu- built entirely of cemented brick with
chancel lights being most pleasing and lating themselves on the bright pros- metal laths, tiled floors and stone fac-
efective. The rector, Dr. Samuel Mo- pects for Panacea's future. I mngs, so that there All be no danger in
rmn, ofciated while Mass Whitfield, the Capt. John C. Hodge who is a tireless I, c of fire.
organist, rendered the musical program, worker for the growth and progress of Mr. N. B. Dyer, who has the contract I
Seet1on Clarke's "Festival March," his town, Sopchoppy, also speaks con- is pushing the work rapidly and gives
Ib lemann's 'Melody of Love," Wag- fdently of the success of the venture. 'promise of completing it within the
sa b Song to the Evening Star, "con- -Havanna News. three months' limit.
caingd with Men&=-#-'s rh
The ony was indeMarch Go to Sweeting s for Christmas gifts The handsome line of Christmas nov-
r- ive. was indeed be" ful for your loved ones. He has the most cities on display at Sweeting's jewelry
dis ushed athern was prs- elegant and valuable line from which store is attracting much atten.
AsAnguishea nwaspres- to make selections. 43-2t tin. 43, t
eat to witness the marriage of this 482
O1 coupl, including the Governor
9 forhi Cabinet Officers Justices of
the Spreme Court and o r officials
ad prominent Talahasseeans.
Thbride is one of this city's brightest Better Not Get
a ost cultured young women, wide- W I O G
S pO and the yog groom, who
="SfthSt. Petersburg, Fla., as home,
h won a large and valuable circle of
eads by his manl qualities and un-
ta b Mr. Roberts is con-
etetd with the State Treasurer's of- -
AeMandisreornisedasoneofthemost you0 can help it. Kodol prevent Dysp l, by
nted young manin theSta ou. effec lly helping Nature to Relieve ludigmom.
After a shaft wedding trip, Mr. and
Mrs. Roberts will return here to reside. But don't trifle with Indigestion.
fiftjL esse Tl, jhas 1 A great many people who have a partial digester-and phyglI a
Editor True Democrat-Please allow trifled with indigestion, have been not digesters at'all.
me space in your paper to thank the sorry for It-when nervous or Kodol Is a perfect digester. If
many white friends of mine in this choni c dyspepsia resulted, and you could see Kodoldigestlagsvery
grand and fast expanding city of Talla- they have not been able to cure It. particle of food, of all kinds, in the
hassee, for the many deeds of kindness I's Kodol and prevent having glass test-tubes in our laboratories,
shown me by them. I would be un- Dyspepsia. you would know this Just as well
grateful to them and myself and my Everyone Is subject to Indiges. as we do.
Go if did not mention it. Ihavebeen tion. Stomach derangement follows Nature and Koddl wil always
pastor of the C. M. E. church for one stomach abuse, Just as naturally cure a sick stomach-but In order
year and have been greatly helped by and Just as surely as a sound and to be cured, the stomach must rest.
the good white people of the city, and healthy stomach results upon the That is what Kodol do re the
wherever I go, I shall always remem- taking of Kodol. stomach, while the stomach gets
her their kindness to me and my family When you experience sourness welL Just as ple A A 0.
-merchant lawyers, doctors all, have of stomach, belching of gas and
lent me a hg g and. nausestin fluid, bloated sensation, OU
ours v truly gnawing pn nla the pit of thea as *
-A. A. lwA stomach, heart burn (sos-atled). gu er as
PasterSt Jamies C. K. L Church. diarrhoes, heoadaces., dles or hom ror
ubS. bire Is the t of edo ent-you need Ko.
.3 h Sout8h, tai17 doL And they the qicke you t aoke s. w

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For the next twenty days I will sell all goods at a reduced price.
So come and get your Xmas goods. Store phone 208; Residence
phone 256. 0
Good shirting and dress calico at per yard..--......--.-------.. 43-4
White Sep Island, per yard -- ---....--.... 4 3-4 to 8c
Good finkham per yard.......---------. -.-..------. ...- 4 3-4
leaching per yard---.......-----------.......-....---......-----.... 4 3-4 to 10c
Fruit of the Loom Bleaching per yard ....----------..-. -..-.. 9 3-4
Nice line of percales., per yard.......-------. ------....-..--.....-. 8 to 10c
Nince line of dress goods per yard .-.--...-........ 9 to 50c
Nice line of Ladies Trimmed Hats at about half Price.
Ladies Sailors...-----.. ....... ............................ 19c
Men and children's hats---..... ............-...... 25 to $1 00
Shoes for men, ladies and children. Nice line of Lace
Embroidernes, Ribbons, &c.
Good stockings and socks worth 10 cents.......---------------......... 7 1-2
AlL kinds of Xmas Goods, such as Toys,.Dolls, Horns, Albums,
China and Glassware. All kinds of Fire Works.
A few Ladies' Cloaks, 76 $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, and up.
A large line of men and boys pants, 2Be to $8.75 per pair.
Undewesr for ladies and mqnt redueed prices.
Work and m dress shirts at-.. ....................... 25c to $1.26
t granulated sugar, 6cpe pound, 17 lbs for..- -....- .....$1.00
eoat -t.................................................... 9 1-2
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Sper quart-..-.--..-...------...-------...---------...... --
8UX Q ae snoa *p for ..- --------------... ---....------ e
U. M.C. loed.d hal, p box--- ---------------------....
n a Sto e IFlb buckets $5.60, my pries-----...... I 50
WibonStBsk Food, ib bckets $.560, my price... .--- 150
WiSofC anM.$o, 1.00. pis---- -- 76
Win of Life for Womenm $L00, my price----------------................ 75
Stella-Via, my priee.....-------------------.......................... ----7
Foly's Booy am Tar, sents, my prie-.......-------------- 36
NsblaT.mt ...w....--.....................--40
Thatr.,s.l'=MW and blood Medlune. 50 cents, my price------ 86
Herhlemy a p.------------.- ----------.......... 40
Black Dumuh semuts, mF pnc------------------------. 20
Red Q U-LwaR9ulStor, scnts, my prie-----------.............. 16
Eye Water md Sae, ents, emy price..--------....------..-.... 15
C,e,myprie....-..------......-......-..........------------. so
And a lbt of ether medlelmes, all at reduced peiws. I sell for
i ash and can afford to 2seleap. Get my prices bfore buying
6eewhere. Store south of Market. Wishing aU a Merry Xmas.
YourFriead,
J. W FRIUUJLLL



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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, 26c yd.


CLEAN UP HOSIERY 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, 18e pr


SILK UNDERSKIRTS $4.49. Here is one you can't miss.
Ladies Black S i I k Underskirts
made of an elegant quality of Taffetta, cut very full and made up in the best pos-
sible manner, next week, -. -. $4.490


LADIES KNIT UNDERVESTS 39c. One Case bf Ladies Rib-
bed Undervests, pure
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.


COTTON SUITINO.

worth up to 15 epnts per yard at,


Several pieces Cotton Suitings, Cream, Grounds
with Colored Stripes and dark Cheveron Stripes,
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when they want to borrow money."
Painful Etiquette.
The royal court of France used to be
a great place for etiquette. Louis XIV.
once caught a severe cold owing to
the fact that on his arising from his
bed one cold morning the lord of the
chamber, whose duty It was to hand
him his shirt happened to be absent
Not one of the numerous courtiers
present had the courage to trangress
etiquette by handing the garment to
the shivering monarch.-London Scrap
Book


Indifferent.
"I can't give you an opinion on that
question the statesman replied, "be-
emsa It's a quoetio I pay so attfptio.
$6 I am lndierent to it-as ladIaer-
eat as the bhekswonoda 's wit
That lady you know, looked om whlne
bar husband had a Beres hand to had
eloe with a bear, and afterward she
-I M was the only fight ae ever
sw whee she didn't care who *row."


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.Woie Wells Are Eafts.
At e ala sseasos la aome parts of
Ilef t Is the duty of every devout
Bto eat a special sort of confee-
vr7. confectioner In Octos
bu, for Instance, bha a pole about six
bAt high at his door, and to this is
ailed a great book about a foot Jong
and thick in proportion. On one side
of this to a brisk Ore. *Ith a huge
earthen pan on it. Before the pan a
man may be seen sitting, for nobody
stands when be can sit. with a kind of
wooden ladle, and with this he briskly
stir a quantity of bubbling, black
looking sugar till It becomes quite
tough. He then scrapes It together
and puts It on a piece of board to cool
a little, and then, getting up and dex-
terously throwing It on the large oook.
be begins to pull out the tough sub-
stanes. He draws It out to the length
ot four or five feet at a time and throws
It back and elongates It again, and so
he manipulates It till the mass becomes
as white as snow. This composition so
treated s. manufactured in all sorts of
.acred forms-figures of little Idols and
gds--and Is eagerly bought for con-
mumptlon.--trand Magazine.
Ink Froze on the Pen.
The winter of 1683-4 In Burope tefll
holds Its place as one of the most se-
vere and remarkable on record. So
tremendous was the cold that trees
split asunder with deafening reports.
The strangest sight of all was on the
Thames. Here on more than a foot
thickness of lee a thoroughgoing town
of streets was erected. There were
tailors' shops, butchers' shops, tobac-
conists, printers and, Indeed, many oth-
er buslneeaea ojI being carried on as If
they had stood there for years.
Writing anywhere but near a large
Sre was impossible, as the ink froze In
pot and on the pen, whole barrels of
liquids were frozen solid and wine was
sold in one pound blocks. New bread
oB being taken out of the oven would
hImediately stiffen and become solid.
There were hundreds of deaths from
the cold, and throughout the frost the
poor suffered miserably. Pearson's
Weekly.
Little Great Men.
A Chinese who had long studied the
works of Confuctus, who knew the
characters of 14000 words and could
read a great part of every book that
eamo In his way once took it Into his
had to travel Into Europe. Upon his
arrival at Amsterdam his passion for
letters naturally led him to a book-
seller's shop, aMl as be could speak a
little Dutch he civilly asked the book-
eller for the works of the Immortal
Xlzofou. The bookseller assured him
he had never heard the book mention-
ed befot "Alas," cried our traveler,
'to whaf purpose, then1 has be fasted
to death to gain a renown which has
never traveled beyond the precincts of
China?" There Is scarce a village Iii
Europe and not one university that Ls
not thus furnished with Its little great
men.-Oliver Goldsmith.
First American Play.
The first play written by an Amert-
can produced in this country, a ording
to the Philadelphia Public IA-dger, was
the tragedy, "The Prince of Parthia."
by. Thomas Godfrey. which was
brought out at the Soutbwark theater
3m the Quaker City In April. 17G7, by
Lewis Hallam's company, the first or
ganization of players to visit Phila-
delphlgi Godfrew was nu ambitious
young poet, who died at nn early age.
His play was above mediocrity and an
Important part of the volume of his
works published In 17G5.
A Use For HIas Obituary.
A well meaning and conscientious
editor on being shown by the man
most Interested that the death of the
commandant was falsely reported in
his paper, apologized profusely and of-
fered to make It all right
"We'll print a correction at once," he
"Well," said the man who wasn't
dead, "perhaps it would be better to let
It stand. I'll show it to my friends


SALE


For Sale-A Beaidn!
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, comma.


Tree Demorat Office
31-tf

Jeff. D. Ferrell
WHEEL WRHI T daMBLASMIHI.

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

A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satisfactiOn guaran.
teed.

V. J. RANDOLPH,


CIVIL ENGINEER.


County


Surveyor.


HILL'S BOOK STORE


and Sqpples
I have in stock every
Book and Article needed
in all Schools.
To enable me to sell
the closest pri-
decided to
for pash.
; Irpatronage
term.lS


Wood! Wood!

I am prepared to furnish
Wood in any lengths. Hard
Wood and Pine.
Yards, 94 West Tennessee
Street, Tallahassee, Fla.
J. H. FOUNTAIN. 82

Real tsate Bargaim.
Write quick for this bargain-only
$2,600 wil' buy you a beautiful home.
Location best in town. First come, first
served. HAYWARD RANDOLPH.
502 Rivwside, Jacksonville, Fla.


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of 420 acres pecan trees,
pear trees, tenant hous-
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Oak Grove in the State.
An ideal site for a home,
two and a half miles
from the city, plach t
fronts on both Meridian
and t h e Bradfordville
roads. Place could be
easily divided into four '
or more farms, and will
be so divided if purchas-
er desires. Apply either
Real Estate Agents, E.
B. Eppes or the owner
H. V. R. SCHRADEI,
Greenwood, S. C.

Dr. Armstrong straightens cross-eyes
without knife, and overcomes all forms
of eye trouble. Office, 9 Laura street
Jacksonville. 34
For rent, two furnished orunfurnish-
ed rooms, electric lights, bath privi-
leges. Apply at 112 E. .McCarty
street. 40-tf
With the changes in fashion of hats
and garments, come changes in the
fashion of rings, brooches, bracelets
and nekehains. H. N. Sweeowr can
show you the latest. 34


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Tallhassee, Florida

November, 1908.


One and Two-horse
WAGONS TO RENT


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Mseful of a o y p ats, a
line of servIceable arl,

SBuy something worth the price, something to last. *e apend a few
suggestions for Holiday Gifts that will be rme t
The largest and most b line of pock et i ever dipla
in Tallahassee. Nothing, bom acceptable to a than a pearl
pocket knife or a case of razors.
Safety Razos:-'Gilette, $5.00. Keen Kutt, $.50. Ward, $8.50. Enders,
$1.00. Razor Strop, Shay Sha Csps, Ra s in sets, Scissors in
cases. Fancy ps, SCof Ss ad Rifles. Genuine Hava-
land & Co. hina dinner $135.00, 0.00 and $40.00. Porcelain dinner
sets, $10.00 to $25.00.
We carry the most complete line of China and Crockery in the city, in pat-
terns that are absolutely new and exclusive. We sell any part of a set. Vases,
Bric-a-brac, odd pieces. A beautiful array of handsome articles. Space alone
limits the endless number of articles we could mention, however, our stock and
prices will please you.



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aM wSB o te rTATs COLTLGo ro woesw. trs, stewed oystern, oM
^^* ^011111111H111t Ip ;1 IOl vlan" .od.e of reoltisl for -r "0P0" o t he U EI
+ 31 e I patrol Kandfriend.s of uS Woodvl.ea.. Deo. W.7o' P.
SHe. W. B. Lsmar wa t TaUahas- areordially invited: m. to 2. a. m of the f.m

Tuesday evening, December 22d. 8:15 .p s..y a
Frid a a r I Monacello evenin......m.. r1t.... 1 Come, yo people, devote ofthes of
Ooe OMAN'S CLU .Mon tai c pe r Mi n I o'el ek, recital. Students of School ofof the brine .. and ha.
Chi R 11MTAW, PO -Ifny in Weasall glad to havesyuw
.M *_mi-r Is Intereted We"l his 4:.0 o'elk. Chrstsvesperaservice. and promise you a pleasant ....
01" ormn1 ll uCLnl P l aind LeCos powp o wis, Students of School of WB. A. S,
Sda of th an- l lCommittes of whleb be xpMets to derift an indepen- Mase. P D. LwB a
teSerMtaM of the Wo. Wo 's dent am s during the t of his life. Ladies of the faculty are "at home" L. WILN4ON.
-rd sad adopted at the Fl In rUmS to an ilnq A s to what to their friends every Wednesday after- L -- _
SCy Be ct o M. S. be e to do after expiration oon. A HEALTHY FAMILY.
th. existr ot hOf-.- W tl es a t esion of" ress, Mr. TALLAHASSEE MUSICAL CLUB. "Our whole family has enjoyed good
1- e in- Park-lMr1a%'Lw a nng ta-t w e t Wednesday evening December 0th health since we began using Dr. Kis
pWwbli. t New Life Pills, three years aio, May
of two ios gMy, e. ts- mDno, lr. shall t in se l ye t. getting my .Colle Chapel, 8:80 o'clock. Regular A. Bartlet. of Rural Route 1, Gull
Sltee fromM aydub'g s olrs nt-mf. _FkeL ofd -ll I hope to ,h emer h mle of bnr Maine. They cleaned and tose
Sto that of o r s. Julius rahb a frid to outsiders will the system in a gentle way that does
S 3 Wm ll' O ClubsH Mrs. talH d l e .n Wash- be charged an a ssion feeof26cents. you ood. 2c at all drugglets'.
beeln done Cfo Hbe. Lot-Mrs. Howard Gam-hu t is o wife's wish Thursda even n1 December 17th, ~~ ~
beo dene for blo. 3 own to hav a bons in Wash- 8:00 o'clock, Odd Flows' Hall. Reu- Messrs. Dale Mabry, Laurie Perkis,
whih do Year Book-Mrs. Wideman. ton City pp mte by co- lar meeting of chorus for practice. Robert Shackleford and Fred Hooker
St obrv. Social-Mra. Crosby Dawkins. fotl eott nli M dd Florida are expected home tonight from Marion
w of oar m ber even thoee of On State Subjects-Mrs. G. W. Sax- where we a spend a part of the year See DUMOCAT for Job Printing. Institute to spend the holidays.
ofwokers ste __ _he o ________ amour many warm friends in this
osyaw v followed aeh rI M- L is juet from a delightful
I eel. Wo^ rZ ,, tf Mdto &reat EuAT EEW S.ropea trip, and tr stopped In
eon ofw;s!adli STATE NEWS. jWN as,
I So l uieuowonIqtlo .t toIFlorid. Wb ile there, howwyIr, ho
SSr.Se, f mefg member swaid: The Midwinter Baptist Chautauqua omaittee and made a a- ehavocat- tHO" As. e WSea". s T-ia )
"Wh" 4 bays owr market screwed at Brooksvtlle was quite a success., inirthe retention of atariff n Ponr s M. C OM WaALM...A..S TAGES 09
with wire T This willlprevent infection John D. Robertson has been elected learft pon dsalsothon ,,n
* from fli and in a measure keep the mayor of Ocals. tariff on long staple cotton.
enter 10 ourimostasupplyr mayor of Oala. Mrs. Lamar is with her parts in
Tter od notre lize the imporanc The business of the United States Atlanta, Ga. Her many salsss ee-
hofsuch a Vwpostld on either treated it land ofiee in Gainesville for November friends gre atly disappointed that aft- alsotem ne Iw"is V ft W al inesaIeaeumim,
with indi oirenceo i tet o it. exceeded any month of the same period she did not abcompany ner husband on vm.* *II ,ee in si or -at anem ovwebeae.,. arsteend
with Indiyore or ridiculed it. for years, which is evidence that the his Florida trip. seass s ..
Yo rolled by, a erstented commitand people are rapidly takin u the govern- m T111101 117 Ib. &lrm e e, u.as201.swu ef t meampo.m l
ee, oup ent, urged and mentland throughout the tate. Many IT IS A WONDER. s m nlEto ms is w.sebls d. ta&a_ u
Ta tl p ommunityreathe tracts are valuable for farming., while Chamberlai1~wn'.e Liniment di s one ofmemfepssea
Todaytheenrecommunity reps the the virtue of others lies in the deposits Chamberlain's Linment one of S
untold beefits of a protected, well- of minerals and growth of time the most remarkable preparations yet
cleaned market house, where a reliable of minerals an growth o r. produced for the relief of rheumatic
clerk is held eeponsible to a watchful A hunting party near Pensacola killed pains, and for lane back, sprains and
public opinion 1 407 ducks in six hours bruises. The quick relief from pain
giving comfort to our country friends of fine horses in Tampa to organize a is alone worth many times its cost. C A T A R SCRO FU L
speaks for Itself in a greatly improved driving club, with the idea of giving Price, 25 cents; large size, 50 cents.
Waysn and Boulevard Square, spots still matinee races through the year at stated For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
needing careful consideration and intervals. -e aa amB, m. ^ i ,
S reate improvement by this body of /Florida now pays $750,000 annually Test Show Uses. 1110U URm G a oa aAkauBram&as
1' prgressivo women .as pensions to Confederate veterans J. H. Boyer'1 "Ten Nights in a Bar D.t"W es o."
work on Tallaassee's pavements and their widows. Room" and hgh claN Vaudville Co., .MNa1ps. 9 V iraA
l- l l oredbythis luehasmunfor General condition in the orange trade consisting of high class artists-la- a n .AlIV* u l PbAN
tee under whose e and interhave slumped badly within the pat dies and tmen-with the largest SSea s at. 11w es annit1w aA
t omeibisliq of work, shouldnee shipments of all eorts of fruit without and bad, a troop ofi "oatd Rusaiany
r icult it my seem. Now .n system or method. poodles sad ten high eae as cialties
"amahack of pavinirg onthe eat side The first shipment of steel for the and showing under canvas, willexhibit
,h .ort fsM proves neglect some. ten-story building of the American Na- here tonight only, on Levy lot near
S", re, either on the part of owners to tional Bank in Pensacola has heen re- CapitoL KE A H I I
.F' -e attention the negklet has not ceived and work, which has been some- _- -_ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
bene called or to the pamving conimittee what delayed, has been started with a Miss nLottdChiM of 0 0uinn
o M the City Council. vim. at WoodvilleHith11,Bp 1y FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
It is urged upon the civics committee A party of hunters from Plant City -i the city.
to see to this lack of progress. who recently returned from a trip to
As to kindergarten work, in which the Everglades reported that they found .
our club is the banner organisation in a postmaster down there who enquired
the State, we have reason to be very of them as to who % as running for
S lad. Through our earnest and ever president.
faiful committee inthis department Fred. E. Gibson foremanoftheDe-P IA N O C O
zeal has never flagged. Today the Funiak Breeze, committed suicide by
Ideas, the need of crhul instruction aid cutting his throat with a razor.
its moral Iuidance. its intelligent lead-ctt
ing in thought, is firmly planted in Leon The Baptist State Convention of Flor-
county's soil. We know today, through ida will meet with the Baptist church in
the Woman's Club's influence, that our DeFuniak Springs on January 26. 1909.
little ones, both at the county school Governer Gilchrist will reside ;asnd C
and at the Normal Kindergarten at the to~stmastergat the Bryan baquet in
College, where children are used as Tampa.
practical books, that kindergarten in- Much attention is being directed to
,uence is not mere unintelligent nur, Polk county on account of the recent So Disb~butors Of the World's Gratest
sing, but i, truly a child-iarten. where wise expenditure in advertising. Sol D bt ors of the World's Greatest
the souls and minds of child flowers are The State Educational Association BI n th
carefully and intelligently nurtured, will convene in Gainesville in annual MuI sl l Instrument the
where our care is given to a higher session on December 29, 30. 31 nd Jan-
grade of horticulture than the mere uary 1, and it is expected to make this
watering and guarding of plants, how. one of the grandest and most successful
S ever beautiful and satisfying such work conventions of the educators of the
is to the nature-lover. State ever held in tha history of the or- SEW I AO
Our interest in the public schools is as ganization.
strong as ever, but to the timid it i News has reached Apaiaehieola that t e
in.tt h ld__, s whoo 9wahem heeS o r,, td to 1 a0 rss the vry s01e of music, th master
gaied through strenuous exertions of Oshe ws rec tly murdered by un-
boWnisi existence in the th A lhol river e p e that defys Ia station.
Jeer fOT which the tax was raised, anew .ws _ft-Il from the river te hee.'
and appro-. at High School BuiM g.. of having r.ece ived e-v "
T m..s e ,,...a I5ste manufacturers of the renowned
.d will w 0 t~l l d deSe ntlye ea r*t oof wood. Two egdo mel iwe
hOu Tea e In Tlhassee ge A 1

S chiden An explolaonewreek the r esry Cwith
h a atl y, and we areathr- the destruction of .a. worth K PIfeCtiol of complete harmony .


S letis rifve for the house of of property. '
w .e oble awhe s The Polk county fair wi be held in and


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Now Offers Two


agn. .ct $350 Pianos

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

THE PIANOS.


1st Choice


Is one of the beat sold by the Jesse French Piano Co., of Monte mery
Ala., whose advertaement appears in this paper. It is la mi
eotave Rifrhm*wi with full metal souiAg beard, pseteokil
p ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, et., et., and has a su p
mahogany ea. Its set (not list) value is $360.00. Its a
beauty to see, a melodious charm to hear Go see it at
2nd Choice
Is ome of the best sold by the Boston Piano & Musie Co. of lowo C y.
Iowa. Coe, C 28.LThis Piano is 4 ft. 9 in. high; 5 ft. Ain. IM. It
is built with the best material and by the bst workman that the
country can produce. Tone, its sympathetic quality, depth and re-
hAemet,' are charawstelstc of the Cote tame. inied in Maheramy
with the Coe quality and polished after the most app- ve
methods. It ,too a u .e
TIME OF AWARD.
It is our desire to lose contest with issue of December 18, so as to
award pr e Christmas day, provided however that the vote will war-
rent us in doing so on that day.
HOW TO VOTE.
After your name has been entered, which can be done at any time
during contest by placing name accompanied by coupons to the amount
of 100 votes in any one of the ballot boxes as follows: Capital City
Pharmacy, Holmes Drug Company, P. T. Nicholson's Jewelry Store
aad at the omice of The Weekly True Democrat. Vote your cou
weekly, those cliped from the paper, subscription coupons sad thoe
reeed from the merchants herein stated who issue coupons on all
cash purchases from them.
HOW TO GET VOTES.
We, the undersigned Merchants of Tallahassee, Florida, hereby
amge to give coupons to cash customers good tor votes on the True
Demorat Piano Contest, in which the True Democrat is to give away
two Planos, a a s irmt and Second Prize the basis for voting to be
one hundred votes for each dollar traded with us:

MW n i ( WANY. GILMORE & DAVIS CO.
Dealers in HARDWARE
bn rtS T t China, Glass and Granite Ware.
Will give one vote for every Will give one vote for every
cent paid for articles purchased cent pail for merchandise pur-
from them. chased from them.

P. T. NICHOLSON, WALKER & BLACK,
JEWELER.
Gd, Silver and Cut Glass. N Shoes, t
May's FPishbigs. Merchat Tasertag.
Wi we one vote for every.
centp aid for articles purchased Will jive one vote for every
from him. cent paid them for merchandise.

T. B. BYRD & CO. J. W. CORBETT,
rcem, CofccUoners Bakers. Ftne Furnitre a Specialty.
Will give one vote for ever
Will give votes on every dollar cent paid on any article purchased
paid them for merchandise. from him.

J. D. CA Y, Iner om-of"m- Tr* Demucr
wll appear a voOig 0p seoNow LwfLv
yMOO aad *L..N.. w .m -t- s tl.r ArW onA..
. Putr as peid-laedues ambsriptioash,
ep.. will be tesMmd as follows:
Willgive one vote for every On.r. 1o00votes
cent paid for articles purchased six mths G sote
from him. Three mmothsS* ot

THE COUNT.
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.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
1. No employee, attached or relative of the proprietors of the
above named firrs are eligible to participate in this contest, and will
participate in no manner.
2. In the event of a misunderstanding between candidates nr
others interested in this contest, such controversy may be referred to
the conductors of the contest, who alone are the persons qeedIedte -,
3. In the event a mndidate decides to withdraw from the race.
such adldate will not be allowed to transfer votes to the credit of
metier eandadit la the cestest.


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PartieA holtWi reelpta Ar tobacco
stored with me will plea seaUl and ex-
change them for the n oM eeelpt for


-Illt Fleming, petit larceny, six fih at beak. A L Wam
a1nth1 INl jaiL -
Morris loan. ni.awfly "uKn. WHEBR BULLET8 FLEW.
liquo, oo000 ad ots, or three David Porker, of Fayette. N. T., a
mother jaiL veteran of the civil war, who lost a
June Sampeon, same charge and en foot at Gettysburg, says: "The good
tenes. Electric Bitters have done la -worth
Elijas garrison PFannie Sampon more than five hundred dollars to me.
ret ry Cromart I spent much money doctoring for a
Lisie Jeakeon, all same charge and bad case of stomach trouble, to little
$m4e stence, except that the amount purpose. I then tried Electric Bitters,
of Ae is not the same in every case. and they cured me. I now take them
White Young, breaking and entering, as a tonic, and. they keep me strong
State prison one year and costs. and well." 54e, at all druggists'.
GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR Ch'nh neiSe.
CHILDREN. Trehity L .L s. h. L S. Pstauus.
The season for coughs and colds is Pow. so at 1 a. *MdIJM* .
now at hand, and too much care can- weth La4ue.0 & All mB-- ad
not be used to protect the children. A ~It sum&d"- T ame"asla s."
child is much more likely to contract T w pW
diphtheria or scarlet fever when he *" u.eb,', v at i .o1M e& m.at
te.--I49W sam I nat 11 o'acoka m..mnd at
has a cold. The quicker you cure his 7 o'eplek0.m. eSbbath ashoIl at a. M
cold the less the risk. Chamberlain's Milweek serves eno Walndsy evmlar at M
Cough Remedy is the sole reliance of P- O
many mothers, and few of those who irst sPtiet Chaeh, Rev. J. Pruwe, Pastor.
have tried it are willing to use any sadw : a Jil.T.P.U.4eiM m.Bible;
other. Mrs. P. Starcher, of Ripley, iB.T. .Ur. hatsl0m,;Pra Q
W. Va., says: "I have never used any h = svishWededar .atTu p: 0
thing other than Chamberlain's Cough =04 0
Remedy for my children, and it has t.J aJn *S auecm: Rev.SakmuMe.
an, Reeor. arlymesntio---3u-dA- ad 3A
always given good satisfaction." This De, 7 a m. Mornin prae ad mson 11
remedy contains so opium or other a. .. Even Pw ammomn.. M rm.
narcotic, and may be given as confi- earmFridayniht after e ltrvies. Be-
dently to a child as to an adult. For day Mhool at 10 a.m.
sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. Caristi"a gelen--A6rvicearohodw y Ban.
'---- -*^.- -dr a t U o'clock a. a. and Wedasmed evmai at
Hard eo the Messenger. 9oek ._, m.. In throt roat roon ead a wy. se
tbO b, eat Ofthpostles. This is
Tommy bad been spanked by Miss asud as tcri tia Sciencea sdi mm,
Manners, his first grade teacher, but N id s open dalyr xexpt suoa s mi
,his Oxmt td a hd Dot reached the ano. bwet hour n of 10 and 0 'can k
his next teacher had not reached the m. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All arn
point ate t she could do Jus- lnv-te. The Sunady School is held Sundar morn-
tice toe 14asMe of all his naught.i ln roh R10 to lo:4
ness. Catholic Church-Rev. Fathers BrenMhan Md
.$ Buckley priests In charge. Srvics nrr -Su.
eMe when you want diy at 10 a. m. Mass during the week at 6:46 a. m.
Manners one
-i had re- fou should' always remember that
ltd l eanors. most cough and cold cures are consti-
About Tommy appeared pating. Yet the most important thing
at MibM lo'MMr. She dropped to do when you have a cold is to move
her book, gra- e n firmly by the the bowels. You cannot promptly cure
band, led him t e dressing room, a cold until you do this. Kennedy's
turned Wim over l knee and adminis- Laxative Cough Syrup stops the cough
tered punishment ,., by allaying Inflammation of the throat
When *she ha *anem e .said. and lungs, and It drives the cold from
When she had i s the system by gently moving the.
"Now, Tommy, what-ltve you to say?" bowels. Children Hike it. for It taste
"Please, miss, my teacher wants the nearly as good as maple sugar. Sold
Missors," was the unexpected reply.- by Tallahasse Drug Co.
Success Magazine.
BEWARE OF FP QUENT COLDS. For Sale!
A succession of colds or a protracted Fo r 1al 1
cold is almost certain to end in chronic
catarrhh., from which few persons ever A few small farms. improved
wholly recover. Give every cold the
attention It deserves, and you may and unimproved, in good locali-
avoid this disagreeable disease. How
can you cure a cold? Why not try ties. Apply to
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is
highly recommended. Mrs. M. White.-
of Butler, Tenn., says: 'Several years J. R. MILLER,
aMo I was bothered with my throat
and lungs. Some one told me of Chan- Lloyd, Florida.
berlain's Cough Remedy. I began
using it,' and it relieved me at once. 14-tf
Now my throat and lungs are soad
and well." For sale by Tallahassee
Drug Co. -- %
Two young ladies deiring a nice fo 46 V. S ULL Y9
nished apartment in exeNlet neighbors
hood should apply at 112 Park ave. t& t s m


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General Demand
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always been for a simple, pleasant and
efficient liquid laxative remedy of known
value; a laxative which physicians could


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wholesome and tndy beneolal in effect,
seceptable to the system and gentle, yet W SW
prompt, in action.
In supplying that demand with its ex-
ellent combination of Syrup of Fip and
Elixir of Senna, the (Cliforns Fig Syrup
Oo. proeedm& alof eOMis lUP& and reUies
oa temwerits of the laative, fr Its rmark-
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FOR SALE.

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AN ADDRMS ON MILTON.I


Bettr Tlacke Tells Pfpas of State
SCollege of the Groat Poet
and Patroet.
One of the most interesting and in-
spiring events of the present scholastic
year at the State College was the recent
address of Dr. S. M. Tucker, in cele-
bora.tion of the birthday of the poet,
S Th address was gven without manu.
eipt or notes. The speaker began by
i that Dec. 1908, was the thr
S hndredth anniversary of the birth of
one of the greatest patriots and poets
of the human rae, and that no inatitu-
Otie t at stood for the knowledge of the
beet that had been said and done in the
worUedo d afford topass over sehk an
occasion without some tribute to the
gratt name of John Milton,
Dr. Tucker then asserted that Milton
wa pIap equally reat as poet ad
a io- He Coned great mind,
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butiom to EnKlish metnes appears, and
here the mighty organ-musie of his
verse is heard at Its best. Dr. Tucker
then read two brief a to illus-
trate this tact-the first, from the in-
fernal council in Book II; and the sec-
ond, the opening of Book III, "Hail,
Holy Light." Milton was then com-
pared with three other world-poets,
onwer, Dante and Goethe; and it was
stated that, while each had his qualities
of transcendent greatness, Milton sur-
passed all others in subllity.
The speauer said be could nut lose
without indicating what some other
great English poets had thought about
this master of their art; so he red
Gray's tribute from "The Progreas of
Poesy;" Wordsworth's Sonnet to Mil-
ton, and Tennyson's Ateaes to Milton-
"God-sifted organ-vote of Bngland."
Dr. Tucker closed by aying that it was
impossible to Iam a time when the
name of John Mtoen, poet and patriot,
woOM cease to be heaored; that his ex-
alted patriotism woaild be a souroes of
i ra long as the ElUsbh race
resadeGd po the earth, md his s.-
Jte miadelight as long as &g.-
FOB THAT DULL 2rFELNG ANT=
RATING.'
I have used Chamberlain'a Stomach
sad Uver Tablets for some tie, and
can testify that they ave 4 e me
moM good than say taeMta I havo ever
used. My trouble was a. e-Vy dull
ftelles after eattng.-Davljd Preean,
Kl apt, Nova G ltia. ThM tablets
streamthen the stmh atM jImprove
the digstiUo. They also re tlate the
liver aa wa .. They an ar supe-
rior to pi0ar but t m~am. Get a
ft" mnple#A Z*ag Co.'*,
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The umn fee of IL10 in adv oe fo0 Announce-
ments undrwthi hed.
FOR TAX COLLICTOR.
The asent City Tax Collector having pub-
HisWdM t act that he would not main enter the
nesmt fir City Tax Collector. I take thisoeuaon
to anwmiee to my friends and the citizens of Tal-
bhees that I will be a candidate for the officeof
City Tax Collector before the City Democratic
Primary, and do solicit the support of all white
Demiomwni eltisens of Tallahase. promising to
g4ve my very best attention to the business of the
dAoe if I ais nominated and elected.
Very respectfully,
ROBMT H. MICKLEIL
To the Democratic Voters of the City of Tall-
avting decided to make the race in the coming
Citr Democratic Primary Election. I hereby make
the announcement and earnestly request my
tftdas and the elns of Tallahassee to five me
ter support. I will strive to make you a faithful
and efficient City Tax Collector, if you will elect
me tq the position.
Very respectfully.
ROWS. J. PILULIJ.
For Emergencels.
A banking reserve Is for use, not
merely for show. It Is for use In times
of emergency. Yet some bankers look
upon their reserves very much as the
superintendent of a hospital regprd
its emergency bed. A patient all bang-
ed up In la accident was brought to
the hospital one night and was told
that there was no room for him. "Why
not put him nla the emergency bed?" It
was suggested. "If we put him la the
emergency bed." It was replied. "then
we would have no emergency bed."-
Wall Street Journal
A Clever Seheme.
Mother (examining school report)-
How did you come to have such good
marks In arithmetic this week? Tom-
my-Well, you see. It was this way:
We bad ten examples a day. and I got
the teacher to help me to do five and
Eric Jones got her to help him on the
other five. Then we swapped helps.
See?-Harper's.
Impartial.
"Mr. catterton pride himself on
tm a-strlctly Impartial."
,sTe," an.w& ed the arBalable man
at't aNom to eare w W he bit the,
seiMtd. the do or ow 4r Ib Mads."

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TOMATOES IN WINTER. tm autumn. 2%0 e 1 MM
I to damp sand for use it wlatr whba
The Set Wi to Keep Them 1adely th ptroud Is frozen. TUmale anl mso
In Winter IThnurem d by tafehe first fro ut ter
imost n Wimportantcooer.for Is danger of the ground freeing.
T0mi sttom mpoes art: Ant arm.nighonCoabbage are not injured by ft t
hlofing tomatoes are: A warm s go t nand may be left out until qplte cold
ouse-tone having a two-thirds span weather Ia Imminent. Carrots Mud
facing the mouth being preferable--ehrnmy ineut thgrotnd
strong bottom heat, rich soil, careful bts may be left In the ground till
training, uniform temperature, care In freeing weather.
watering and pollinating and. as be- RAISING DUCKS.
fore suggested, good judgment and I
constant watchfulness on the part of re Treatment Dif
the grower. Bottom beat Is not abeso.- These Fewls equIrm Treatmnt Dif.
lately essential to success, but the cop nt From the Ordinary.
matures more quickly If given this An authority on ducks says that they
condition, require different care from other fowls.
To make the best use of the house and especially chickens. The same
two crops should be grown during the care and feed that will produce good
results with chickens are not good for
ducks. They require vegetables, anl-
mal matter and a good supply of green
food, as well as plenty of water for
drinking purposes where they are not
allowed to run to a stream. They are







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_35 5 PIUU DUCS.
Good layers when fed and handled
properly, and as a seller on the market
j 1the duck la In good demand at all times.
Pekin ducks are great layers, but are
--.- "" of no account as mothers: consequent-
2TOMATO TIUuW To naLX rTAr. ly, if they cease laying and remain on
Mason. This wiU bring each crop on the nest, shut them up. feed them well
at a season when the expense of heat- for a few days, and when they are
Ing during a part of the time will be turned loose they II lsoon begl&Llay
slight .Plants for the first crop should again. As they will do this theason
be started as early as August. If two through from early March till late in
or more houses are available a second November In warm latitudes with only
sowing should be made In about three a little rest in midsummer, a large flock
weeks to give a succession. For the can be raised from a very few to begin
second crop seed should be sbwn dur- with. If one does not care for eggs
Ing the latter part of October. later than the summer months the
The plants are treated in every way ducks may be picked, the feathers be-
as for outdoor culture till handled the Ing a source of considerable profit,
last time. For fruiting some prefer whether kept for one's own use or sold,
beaches, with about six inches of soil, but the ducks must not be picked dur-
Sbut In the experience of others the best nlug the period eggs are wanted.
results have been obtained from the While (lucks will usually commence
use of boxes eighteen inches square to lay In February, It Is not advisa-
and twelve inches deep. In the bot- ble to begin hatching too soon. Damp-
torn of the boxes Is placed a layer of ness Is more fatal to young ducks than
charcoal, broken pots or cliuker from anything else. and early in the spring
the furnace, after wbich soil, consist- It requires considerably more work to
lIg of three parts good garden loam look after tbem than later on. after the
and one part well rotted stable ma- weather becomes more settled. For the
nure, Is filled in to within two orreason that they make better mothers
=- ches o0 the top. Each box will and bear the necessary confinement
SPlants, and the check caused better Than ducks It Is beat t# hatch
by the partial confinement of the roots the first brood under hens. Fear keeps
nseem to be of value in hastening ma- them confined until the ducks are well
tarity. If the. solid bed is used in- fledged. There need be but little, If
stmad of the boxes the plants are set any, Ioss, and after the ducklings get
_ ab10 =1iteen Inches apart each way, well started to feathering they are
t- occupying a little more than one quite hardy and can be turned out to
ad onwe-half square feet of floor space look out for themselves. If given good
_-_-_. .;-._ care for the first ten days. then are
--- w-m u-- Ua--. follow where few fowls that can be raised with less
e plans a- e BMe ro a asigle stem, trouble.
.tiOn. Flat
e t f w a ol twine Fall Care of Orehard.
sri t otheI rs of the In sections where the ground aIs very
es or to wire laced parallel to rough the orchard should not be culta-
each row for that flpz j4 attach- rated, especially in the tall. In hilly
ed aboeo to wires',aiIftn e tPwise sections where the ground does not
ef the buiMlding oM tbe rafters or ash tree, and where there is a great deal
ears. Tbld~ wJi bin seS4a oely of rainfall during the winter the
to th i s oqr e. m sr, of albrt ground Is apt to be mellowed by the
ptese ofnu fdlld aI- MlMska ]ll cultivation, causing the beet part of
be "poned oat as soap s they ap- the soil to wash away during these
gdr n r ofte arti l b inter rains.lo But In sectons wbere
gtU Ph1bfor when tour cluster s o le ground will free e during the wIn.-
suit have seot tbe temin_ ,bout eta it level locations, tall cultivation
esoes. o'r 'the tyii&l prevent the soal from wasting
on crop seed '1hold *bpd' aw To turn up the mellow ground
t he ae r0p r e ofY If O to e pbateo t hajteion of the frost renders may
a t beaded eck other fruit eldthe QIU unsoluble minerals plant ,


A v A- cgs its aflablo for the tre whis.
aL tMiME r s- in developing and m*a trnd
ftdc mamon wtuoet l gviasng ta aml.quate between. tbw
* 4 asseal retom to wamasM db EisMvs to be
Smthe mmsral e tae oM na pnWNre, so the fsmg wvS beo e


6ft ft wooli


of liqM alamm .
The tapsrmn ta le boo .
be as mveey aittm asmMl
about 40 demes at Migt an d
gres, In dar wa u t At so s
wr even higher on l se l g uhnayr t,.
All cold draft a ad den chmagi
of temperature h be riWlWi
avoided. -

Squubh and pA Upia should be
stored In a cool, kdry ace betoe be-
tlg touched by fret 06 be hamnd
very eaefily to avT tietulfag tM .
Bality (or vegetabto m adp
alps are left In the g ever wha
ter for spring use. But b am fed


. a eand at the'mati-
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attetion it dil .s
FOR ECZEMA.,TBTTIR AND SALT

The Intese Itching characteristic of
these. ailments Is almost instantly
allaed by Chamberlain's Salve. Many
selfre cases have been eared by It.
For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
Monthly Financial Statement
Of County Board of public Instruction.


TATvN oF PLOsIDA. Counwr or Laow.
Tallahaee. Fla.. Now. 1. 190
To Rem. Henry T. Pelkl. Clerk Circuit OGart:
air-In compliance with **etion chapter 4M
Law f Florda. we bhereby 61 with you the fol-
klow| Itemisad financial statemet of all school
meMs received, appropriations made and war-
rants sued for the month endlag the slat day of
Oct A. D. 1906:
5aCAPITULAVtN O COUNTY FUND.
1. Balanea In treasury as per last
statement ................ 10.712.96
2. Receipts for month as Itemized
herein ..... ---- ....... .. 4.73
3. Warrants outstanding this
d ......................... 91.19
dat ---------------------91.1 87
4. Warrants outstanding as per.
last r'ort ...... .... 20.70
& Total warrants drawn this
month as itemized herein... 1.88.81
S. Cash in hand t treasurer this
date..---...-...-....--..........--------. 9.87.3
--11.78U.7


WUraUANi TS DRAWN.
Oct. 13-Total brought forward..... 840 00
S0M, Oct. 13-Jonah Brit school lot at
Mai--------------................ 00
S00. Oct. 18--W. T. Bannerman rva-
ncaboo lltat Bells.... 00
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It a greMat etine for children. It kp their lver ON"
In a mild entle manner, you wl e a e ey oor appr
on their oeedr atnd illneMs for them will beating of thepMt.

A Positive Cure
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FOR FBVE MALAmRIA~m

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OMtei t & .tharmless- uMbtite w- CasOtor Oi, 1PS .V
gone, Dros and Soothig byrups. IS to PIomat, f "
eolatas neither Opum erphine nor other Mreods
substmee. Its age Is its guaa Itee. It destroys Woem
and ally PFeverishness. It eares Diarrhea and Wad
Colc. It reeves Teethnf Troubles, cures ConstipaM
and Fatulency.. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomeah and Bowels, giving healthy and natural -leep.
The Children's Panaces-The Mother's Friend.

OmUI CASTORIA ALWAYS

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hert at the eptol, had
e perie Monday ight
howa me.
I ab mile out beyond
tAir Line Raalway track,
rad, aid, being atR in
4 this particular night, he
c ut through a id in which
an abandoned well. The path
Sby thi well, but as It is per-
lier around to Moss he appre-
S no danger. However, just as
Stme abreast of the well his foot
Sand down he went head-tore-
ltAt a depth of about ifty feet he
k water, bu, bein a ood swim-
a he kept himself afloat. The bot-
Iof the Well, below a narrow strip
arbing which still remains in place
I c aved in and forms quite a good sized
P" on the surface of which floats a
dberof old planks from the curbing.
the aid of thea Moae climbed up
e. ethe curb and sat there until he
l recover somewhat from his fright
A atoniehment. Then he took sev-
of the planks and stuck them crosa-
SWil into the clay sides of the well
above the curbing, and, slowly and, la-
boriously, little by little, climbed up
until he almost reached the top.
But the treacherous soil gave way
ad he fell back into the water. Again
he roted, and again made the attempt
to climb out, only to fall the third time
S to the depths below. After this last
failure, almost despairing, the poor
Sfellow climbed upon the curb. braced
hbimelf with planks so that he would
St fall into the water should inseni-
i .Ilty overtake him, then, cold, wet and
haunted, began his weary waitn g for
R ,dawn. He could hear the sounds of
Die all around him; trains passing,. wag-
B ping along. the road, cattle lowing
M* e doga barking; even the voices of
am-m who could have helped him,
lato w, all unknowing, "passed by on
the other side." Hle wa left alone to
: wait for an "expected death." He had
s bope of being found. His voice,
made hoarse by hours of caUing for aid,
Srefed to utter pounds which would
41k r to the earth above. Salvation, if it
t all, must come through his own
/ IIkhould he still be alive when the
the morning broke. Almost
stiff to above, Moas commenced
Sto arrange his planks in the aides
pit andto climb upon them as he
done .with such disastrous results
Wr the night. With the light, how-
ever, ease hope of deliverance. A
rape Tvine grew upon the brink of the
well and a long pendant hung down just
Behind his back. In the darkness it had
aot been seen. He caught and tried it,
autiously, seeing how much of his
weight it would bear. Finally, he de-
eed to trust it, and so, between the
S mprovised ladder and the heaven-sent
M vine, Mosae at last reached the
pafe but almost dead by reason of
St terrible experience through which
M had passed.
S He lay on the ground a long time too
Sweak to move-too thankful to do more
Stha thank God for life and safety.
L '"Ah, Mise," he said in telling his story
later, "I can't tell you what I passed
through. I didn't ever expect to see
y wfe and children again, and I had'
Nothing to do but just there, half in
the water and half out, wondering what
sort of death I was going to die-
whether I'd fall into the water and
drown, or whether I'd sit there until I
starved. And yet I hoped on and tried
to trust God to send me helo. And I
tell you what- when I saw that grape
vine, I knew God had put it there to
help moeut of that well."
Mose an honest, sober and reliable
Segro, highly thought of by our white
attseni, all of whom would have been
exceedingly sorry. bad his accident re-
mrlted in death.
1. Came. Nlem toe tOe.
TheremaeUa nights lft to
which our BO-Oatho Mends will have
Opportunity to 0ad set what the
d.rea0betam I Thoewho
m been attedn Uas inar a s-
what falseidas they have had
ettAgreatest cherb ela hritem-
and maof the have auM that
KrJ ues ev Cathotelse We
thtbeir plesta and pM tdmto psay
their sains awy and to pray people oat
The questions asked and aw
have beenwrwy latweretiug aid thM uw


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PHONE NO. 39.


SONG SERVICE SUNDAY.

judge Parkhill Will Also Deliver an
Address at Tnamty Methodist
Church.
The choir of the Trinity Methodist
church will hold a song service Sunday,
the 20th, at 11:00 o'clock a. m. Special
music has been prepared for this occa-
sion, and the program will be an inter-
esting one.
Judge C. B. Parkhill will deliver, an
address, and many will avail themselves
of this opportunity to hear him.
The following is the program:
Organ Voluntary:
Anthem-Onward Soldiers.
Hymn.
Prayer.
Anthem-Beautiful Angels.
Psalm.
Solo.
Anthem-Cqme, Ye Thankful People,
Come.
Duett-My Father Knows.
Offertory-Violin solo.
Anthem-Down the Ages Afar.
Address-Hon. C. B. Parkhill.
Hymn.
Doxology.
Services commence promptly at 11:00
a. m. No services at this church at
night.
CHIts TAS SEtVICES ST. JOHNS
CHURCH.

Full Choral Celebratiea of te Beoly
CommulUa Ntatght Chriutmas
Eve.
am
PROGRAM.
Processonal-"Hark the Heavenly Ar.-
gels Sing."...--....-...... Mendelsohn
Full intonation of the service:
Hyrie........---.......--......---To in.
Gloria Libi............--....---Pay to li G..
Communion Hyma-Adeste ....
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Prenation t Ale..-----An..
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Re sl-Caro W It Came the
Midight Cle......... W.Is
MID-DAT SRVICU, U O'C014M.
1ornuta Prayer. '
Proceensol-I"Hark the HiM Anels
Sing- -------------***m*
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To The Holiday Shoppers.


ALFORD BROTHERS.


,ODD FELLOWS' ANNIVRSART.
An Eloquent sad lapressilo Sermon
Preached to the Order By
Rev. J. 3. Pruitt.
The Odd Fellows of the city enjoyed
a statistical, eloquent and inspiring treat
in the anniversary sermon preached at
the Baptist Church, Sunday morning,
by Rev. J. B.-Pruitt, the pastor.
He showed that the order was very
closely affiliated with the dhrch in the
uplift of humsanilty, and smmmended its
efforts.
A large number of th meilers of
the order were preseiq t
was an inspiraton to taM 'w .
A synopsis of the serman Jfsr
in The True Democrat of neat
A HEARTY APPETITE I
Is what most babies have, but Is of no
benefit to them if they have worms.
Be sure your baby la not troubled with
them. Sure symptoms--always hun-
gry, rings under the eyes, not gaining
In weight, and yellow complexion. A
few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge
will expel all worms. It is a positive
cure and reliable. Price 25 cents per
bottle. Sold by HiLrdee-Smith Co.,
druggists.


Bananas t


140 S. MONROE ST.


a.


Constanttnc Hotel.

Under the entire new and
Experienced Management of
M.. and Mrs. J. I. Harrel.

The House has been entirely ren-
ovated and refurnished, and a
more comfortable Hostlery
cannot be found in the city
Centrally located.
Near the Capitol.
Best Dolar Per Day House toi
Tallahassee.


C. R. HADLEY.
Licensed UndraUk and


Embalmer.
Only Licensed Undertaker
Embalmer in the City.


Residence Phase 225.


and


Office Phone 163.


Bananas!


Two Car Loads will be on the track | | l | l
at Seaboard depot, December 18th.
For sale at 50 and 75 cents perJ J
bunch. POISON

In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-BS Pa
dicial Circuit for Leon County, Flor-
ida-In Chancery.
Cnlih Cobb Allen. Complainant vL. Robert Allen,
Defendant-Bill for Dirorow .
T HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY B. B. B. CURES ABOVE TROUBLES. ALSO
the affidavit of the omp lainsat that the rei- ECZEMA AND RHEUMATISM.
de*e of the defendant, AllMe, t. not in For twenty-five ystr Botanic Blood Bali (B.
orids but when last ha ipw at Bain- B. B.) has been curin yearly thousands of suffer.
bridge. In the State of Ge6t1b there is no, er from Primary. Secondary or Tertiary Blood
person i the State of P Iril rvices of a Poison and all forme of Blood and Skin Dieses,
subpoe upon whom wmId bm the msaid de-t Cancer, Rheumatism and Ecema. We olicitthe
fendant, ad that the said defendant Is over the most obstinate omn. because L B. B. cures
Vs of XI ear. t where all eefails. If you have achea and pains
It Io therefnforder tte said defendant. i in Bone, Back or Joints. Mucus Patches In
it ia tlateors ordered, that the asid defendanthIrin all es rh ash a
Robert Allen. be and he hereby is required to ap- mouth. Sore Throat Pimples. Copper-Colorrd
er tothe ald bill of complaint on Monday, the Spots, Ulcers on any part of the bciy. Hair or
ret day of February. A. D. 1909. and that this Eyebrows falling out. Itching. watery blisters or
order be published once a week for four sucees- open humors, Rleinator pimplesof Fc Boils.
sive weeks in The Weekly True Democrat, a news- Swellings, Eatin Sores, take B. B. B. It kills
bliabed in the said county of Leon and the paion. makes the blood pure and rich. cor-
pleteli hanging the entire body Into a clean,
IaI wi- here f I. Henry T. Felkel Clerk of healthy condition, healing every sore or pimple
the Cheult Court aforesaid. have hereunto set my and stopping all aches, pains and itching, certain
bhed ad the seal of said court this 17th day of the worst am* of Blood Poison. Rhematism or
December. A. D. 1. Eczema.
[-maLT HENRY T. FELKEI.. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B.) is pla.-
ClaeeCircuit Court. Leon County. Florida. ant and safetotake: compoeed of pure Botanic
A true aw inredienta.It purifie and enriches the blood.
Attest-E aNY T. FLKt., I DRUGGITS. PER LARGE BOTLEL. with
Clnk Circuit Court. Leon County. Florida. directions for home cure.
Sold In Tallahasmee, FM.. by
-- HARD. SMITH & CO.
HAD A CLOSE CALL Drug Stere. or wre.
M'r. .Ada L. Croom. the ,widely
known proprietor of the Croom Hotel,
Vaugha Miss., says: "FwS everal HER HEART WAS BROKEN
moath I suffered with a sewvereoueh, Because her completion was bad and
and smmmpUton Seemed 1to ive its she could find nothing to clear It up.
grip ., he. a tfriesd 1eom- iLadies: a bad complexion is caused by
mit g'. KIn New D1IaV5C r I an inactive IVer. An inactive liver
begatM t a th. l1 b les will be prutdl perfect coditlot by
elt ple, Cure." T *SAe of takins g D Herbif. The en-
this. So- gh and eo IN ed equ7aled l vew teqalator. Sold by Har--
as 0I1ng that healer i lr- Id11,mt O 14a1111.

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Books and Stationery.
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Christmas goods. Do6n forget this last call for the big Reduction
Sale on Men's and Ladies' Ready-Made Clothing. Men's Suits and
extra Trousers, Ladies' Short Coats and Raglans at 25 per cent.
discount, if you buy now. Our entire stock of Boy's Suits and ex-
tra Pants to go in this sale at your terms.
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l se eksms and Their Odd
Dan,.
Over NsseaU, a district In
Is a section of the
H.u. who present a later-
ularly in tfqfa to
tlei MlM mB cutom&
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stockings with the black bows. Their
skirts reach scarcely below the knees.
It is the fashion to wear several stlff
skirts, which stand out from the per-
son sgeh In the manner of the hoop
skirts of our own grandmothers. On
there heads the girls wear a funny
Uttle. gl boxz sort of oat, to which are
attached broad bands tied under the
chn, Ompltely concealing the ears.
T bWye and gids have an outdoor
dance at Christmas when the weather
tfaorm. achbvllage has a favoritedanc-
tn6fgtand where the young people gath.
er rfttbe tfn. The boys stand In a semi-
circle, while the girls line up to await
their partners. Everybody maintains
a digalued silence. Finally one boy
steps forward to the maiden of his
choice, lifts his arm and bows pro-
foundy. Zach of the boys in his turn
then oea through the same ceremony
of eboo bh partner, who is his for
the day. Then .begins the dance,
which Is vigorous and hearty.
A Chrsetmas Rase.
Here Is a new sort of three legged
race which does not require all the
tmue otf tying your racers together
and lfery much better than the old
way. In fact, girlb may go In this
as boys, with no fear of
eslves, ad two anible
a vey ind cchace at bat-
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Toys of all kinds. Poenps from all
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There we people thu.;
There wm people iy .
All were screaming, M HubbatdL
We've brought you thing to fill your ei
cupboard"


First came lovely Cinderella,
With her e a handsome fellow;
Mother Goose and Simple Simon;
In their wdac the Penny Piman;

Bluebeard, savage and defiant;
Jack. who often killed a giant;
Puss in Boots, so trim and nice,
Followed by the three blind mice;

Then the little naughty kittens,
All in pretty scarlet mittens;
Sweet Bopeep and Little Boy Blue,
Red Riding H1ood and the bad
wolf, too;

Jack, whose bean stalk ran so high,
And the old woman who swept the
sky;
Jack Hosrf.with his ace aglow;


Dame the endless crew
That live in a so
And many a r known'to fame
Had I but room tb hwi e his name.


This much to tell you will s c-
They each and all brought seind v
To fi61 the cupboard o'er and o'er.
In fact, their gifts bestrewed he floor.
On every chair and table stood
Some article of daily food..
Each nook and con
Of either fowl or &
Till Mosher Hubbard
T A resting place for
While dopi. walked
IF or fear of baking
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Inside the cottage) Must tell
The fearful'ending that befell
The hungry dqg who ateand ate
And brought about the cm el fWe
It is my duty to relate?
For he, who lived upop a bow,
Died whn plenwkp qty tle
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The Christia Siter.
By HOWARD FIELDING

Copyright, 1908 by C. N. Lurie


WRME are two matters which
S.may help to give me a nook
of your mind for a few min-
utes. If you haven't beart of
one, you very likely have beard of the
other.
First, I am the only original sur-
vivor of the Delphic, that was lost at
eaa In May of 1887; second, In partner-
ship with Tom Campbell I discovered
the Golden Bush mine In Idaho. The
Swreek of the Delphic figures to this
story; the Gold-
en Bush mine
inerely tanda In
. the beekground
as a. source of
I was five
yeatS old when
the Delphic was
JIt. With my
father and moth.
Ilir lbad sall- ne L
sO boI Liver-
Svessel, lCp4
h waa In ,'
before rTOOK cosou aY
TUX SHOULDEBL"
got out of
of the harbor. She returned
-waa laid up for several days,
very much damaged, but most
the pasengers were sent forward
Potber shilp. My parent eho to
the Delphic, I kao seN why.
away Ws a suppOed that
sitruk an Iceberg at the banle
can tell you only that the disaster
at light 1 remember the awak-
the thrill of half realized ter-
the wild noises and the trampling
father was carrying me, wrapped
Sa coat, my mother following with
W* e Hild. Then something crashed.
I recall no feeling of a blow, but my
.'U elnessa e went out like a candle.
Tha aett thing 1 knew it was dawn
I was In a boat with one sailor
Jad a weuoadd head and was cov-
with blood. It has been sup-
that this boat was lowered end
oin true panic style and all
l br were pitched out except tt

we wee pleked up by an
my opialon omuin-
Sdyg I wastake to
"i It e u 0a ee to an aCle to
m by g n I was reared. He
whb I wds thirteen, leaving a
ut st .1 attended Co-
S Oand" cho Of aa mm
Stake my heritance and
years later came the
Ow te Gode Buib. and I was
I.j tww part ft the year 19P I
a"1 TMEW t atand tberaboitI 1
eept a heome. On the
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. LJMiv n uA s, a u tw I a= story. a
heartiest congratulations."
In my apartments tWe tables w
LUttered with photographs, as. they
ways are. My fad since I was a b
has been the study of the differ
kinds of men and the faces that tU
wear. I do not study bores, bat
happened that I had some photograph
that had been sent up from a triae
stock farm In Khntutky, and It see
ed to me that Connor saw these bea
he fairly got into the room. He
not notice any of the portraits of p
pie, but plumped straight down ap
-the picture of a borse which be re
used Instantly, though there was
lettering on it
"Humbert!" he cried and went oo
give me the borse's pedigree-Bertr
on one aide and Humble on the oth
and all the rest of It-but saudde
broke off this strain and came to t
business that bad brought him then
First, with Inimitable brevity
pith, he sketched the wreck of t
Delphic.
"You," said he In closing, "were t
sole survivor."
"Yes," asd L
"1I have found another," said I
'There Boated away from that wrete
ed vessel, heaven knows how, a .s
of life raft, very small and not pro
early a part of the regular equlpme
of the shIp, though It' was stencilJ
with her name. There 'ls tradtst
that ome of t e offficer t*e.DtP
invented thi tyle of raft or was
terested on It in some way. Anybo
It was aboard, and It floated and w
picked up by a fishing schooner out
Newfoundland. It bore the dead bo
of a man and a living child. The m
had saved this child even after I
own death, for his stlffened arms hb
It. A Ittle girl"-
I took Connor by the shoulder.
"Yon are going to tell me," said
"that this girl was my sister. Do
do it unless you're sure. I a ve
mune alone In the world.
would mean to me-well, perhaps ra
er more thae n you ou4 e tpW W"
rHe took som eh of r
M pocket They w ftld and
teoed together at a corner.
"Thers's a" list," said a "of evt
humau be!n, on the DAelphc. I (
you that b nmy all the original
agers were transferred to a
vessel What resulted?
this-there was only od* girl
the ship" %
The aapUlcity an4. force
stftmet stagged me. Te-I
malaid, of atpree, -any q:l1 10
I was unable for the moanaoe*t fl
"Lt me teU yeau," saW "hw
tj en the truhe I i9-. i&
.ib.# ,
l a, mib' t a n
aware, and tus ,* 1
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V1 as1 been printed ebw months, and then began the days worKing to nmane two people nappy, "J
t,..J of dire poverty. the days of embroid- and now he was disappointed. I took
SIq never readl ery. nis hand. wt)icb tie was not, wiltlng
l II. "There Mrs. Gilbert described her imeting to give me.
Story, ad with my sister and spoke with tears InI "I will speak to you," salt as to a
tll tiy the rescue her eyes of the efforts she had made friend and to you. doctor, whom I
't. *i extraor* to Induce my sister to accept "the least have not the pleasure of knowing so
odislly gluet9 ywour uncle little thing." well, as to a man of honor and discre-
l hearof it? I et, but that "She wvou't let anybody do anything tion. I am very deeply and strongly
can't alter tbhe to hber bing for her." she declared. attracted toward this young lady. It
e a. survvor of r t M u tn ton "Except her brother," snid I. and the would be a strange and hard service
ml- Newfouadland Ijo shadow thin hand that still lay in mine thrilled that I would not render her, a bitter
ky of doubt wbati.a w .tosee with happiness as It answered my sacrifice that I should hesitate to make
ent his story"- clasp. for her advantage. Do I wish she were
ey He was interg -ted bIy a hI 3w 0y Then I told her that her real name my sister? God knows. The question
It telephone. I beaN the voit lf Mrs. was Hilda Owen and that if there was already begins to press upon my heart.
>ha Gilbert: h anything In the world that she wanted In the very first instant I knew that
d's "Ob. Mr. Ow.I to that you? Bas her big brother Bob would go right she was not, but when I looked Into
5i- be told your'?" out and get It. To which she replied her eyes and saw the loneliness and the
Mr "Yes," I answaLd. by saying "Robert" several times very longing I would have died rather than
014 "Isn't It wodWT Isn't it tbaati- softly and sweetly. grieve her. 8o I sat there and lied."
eo- tl7 I've told h You peat yma .The hour was up, and we were all "Greatr! said the doctor. "You're
M ap-you must right p9. excluded. leaving Hilda with Dr. Har. the man for my money. You lied like
4W "m electric, you Ooo.1'1 MI oeberg and a nurse who had just ar- a gentleman. Nobody could have done
* WOt. for you T7M 410 tr ed. lMrs. Gilbert rode home in her It better. I don't know what would
o 'with her now ,. r'., er, while Connor and I walked aim. have happened If you hadn't."
to TM Overwbelm .i Is- W aly for a matter of half an hour. "Give me a week," cried Connor,
=m ia 3 was to Mr u when I led him to Dr. Hardenberg's "and I'll prove she's your sister, no
1r, style of conv -I 4y house. The doctor was at work with matter if you're an Eskimo. Why,
aly'gapI4 "Where a .. hbi mlcrowbpe. man, It's a positive certainty."
the -At the drug es "This Is the best result I've had." he "And meanwhile what?' said I.
. she repultd. ". said. "This Is absolutely confirmatory." "Go right ahead," said the doctor.
Lad Hurry!" He* bad been studying a part of a "Accept her affection upon false pre-
the it appeared dtop of blood taken from my sister's tenses," said I. "Cheat her into tak.
did know, &a4 r III tip, wherein be saw the germ, Ing gifts from a stranger; sit by her
the and hurried. the lafaltesimal enemy that warred bed and help her to build air castles
and abe led a against her health, and recognized the with the very solid foundation of my
rather poor a&l"e cretotre by Its aspect. money. And you have been so kind as
S Into b leat h m 'otor." amid 1, "you have permit- to call me a gentleman!"
e- hbous. we ~~j d me to hold a somewhat exciting "If you do the other thing," said the
SThat was te Interview with your patient. I hope doctor with fervor. "I give you my
ao ft dr ie M e taken no barm." professional word that the result won't
p tfer ti er to :i*' a ali hae l"ed. "I should think look to you very much like the work
o ut isi, 8 -IMftL. M ohe'l get well In half the time." of a gentleman. If you value her safe-
I prmit hat result would follow," I ask- ty yoell play brother."
V' ttI ol now be told that i ....t. tawlt Mar a t dA
)w fitted ,t w lived thawe. e id ed back lro attr. When I returned to my apartments I
of narrow bad, witht .t "Good oheavensa" cried the doctor. received word that Mrs. Gilbert had
of tendance. o 6wpeela "What do you mean? I wouldn't have requested me to call her up by tele-.
dy thought of it, adJ I at that happed for a mint of money!" phone, wbatevq" the hour might be.
hn evoewns extravanat Itner wtlan- "But you know that I'm not her It was then midnight. but I obeyed In.
ise a brother, don't your' strucotons.
eld am e t aafi to say that my "I ?" he gasped. "No. You must be. "I happened to think," said the lady,
a aes shbo uadier me when I was There was no other female child ex- "that you'd want some help tomor-
Iamma. to the larger room. There cept your sister on that ship. How row."
,' ws a witb Its bead against the can we doubt?' "It's very kind of yon." I replied.
Swall lte the door. I saw only a "You have seen us both," said I- "About what?"
p1alrt ~it, Jut a whiteness of piled 'Iou who can recognize the features "Why, your presents; the things
orais' .e. of that microscopic creature which you'll buy for Hilda. Of course she
S I be~ew a for a girl's face you have to magnlty a thousand times, needs everything, Just simply every-
I 'P fth IS t O1 fundirected yton, i ppoee, in order to ee it at all." thing, but don't you buy oecaefsties for
O I uOuWiathol W i ng., I per- 've got 1,00 on It tonight," said Christmas. No woman wants them.
e- lt do 6ctor In the shadoWs be- the doctor, "It you were magnified as We want trinkets, luxuries, useless
S; hI-e beMat watching. mll Ua tbat you could carry the things. It took me fv9 years to beat
S!11's eyes were blue. Thy lattroi building in youf pocket for that Into my husband's heed, and even
large i n her pale and thN a matchbox. But what of It?" 10 he doesn't know It a hbe ought to.
spok to e. n a silent Ian "f you mean that hfil' doesn't look Just give me the money for the need-
I kea w They reached out like you, said Connor. '" tell you ful, and I'll manage all that. Elilda
oI W th a natural, deep long you're dead wrong Tiwre's a strong will enjoy It as coming from you. but
d e-r ... h.. family resemblance." not as gifts. Do you understand?"
6i. @ S dt mytm i er. ads e ",And you're the man." sad 1. "who "I thought I was her brother." said
Ss t witha "qu, childie. clutch a bore for a few minutes two I. "Aren't you proceeding on the theo-
S brothr!m said she. mi the tears years ago and spotted a 'hotoorraph of 1 that I'm her husband'."
ts hom here. es. him tonight at a glance. Do you sup- "It wouldn't make any difference
j hetre se been info'rmed ihi.t i pt, I o o t th nr a "I w make a d lared. ,
Otterd myself acdmiraley. Thri reeta pose I could go to the nearest stable ,you were her father." she declared.
'. :t e..d myself adi lra.i Randnd buy a horse-and a good one. too "We don't want clothes fron! our fa-
riarsave tesinel li iy rtavor- -and pass bhim off on you as a son of thers. We want the money ftr them.
iLnded, If I tt ud i he y site Bertram and Humbler' But we'll take diamonds. Oh. you mnust
emtlonalue staerte mtny I't o "But your sister Isn't a horse," pro buy Hilda lots of pretty things! Isn't
the alue of her testion tested Connor. "'She' a human being It lovely that you can do It? And Isn't
-oe -were a dear." devia'ed M' rs. There's a thundering sight of differ- she a dear?"r i
this Is ldb way It up..red to "nce ,, "I surely never dreamed of haring a
t'hhat 1 was y onfronted ba stt "There's this difference," said 1- sister like her." said I. and was sur-
aIy aB "that it's easy to find a man who priced to find that I had told the truth.
N.lmii utterly Imposlble and beyond knows something about a horse. And So Ms. Gilbert and I went shopping
_-, open to melI chose the worse lady is whom 1 have had the peculiar I had not supposed that it was poesl-
ht have done much better than pleasure of meeting tonight. 8he is able for a man to tell so many lies La
an with that. You must take thoroughbred Saxon, the last one left one day. I spent the forenoon with
nce against that of all the alite. I should suppose; certainly the Mrs. Gilbert. and we talked of noth-
for 1 alone was competent to most lxautiful example. But what lug but "my slster"-every word of
ot my conduct, as you will pres 'am 1 'I"'
"Egis. si Connr pro mplme a Ite, of course. I spent the aft-
r tol me tht h h"Ena lleh." s ald Connaor promptly ernoon or most of It with Hllda, whom
slDe told ra that he had been "JuBt as English as she i" I called by that new name, though I
sDelia Gray, the frst name "Both my father and my mother knew It was not hers. and, to make
bly having been derived from were born in Wales." said I. "Both Iatters worse, she had fallen Into a
I Gray was the name of the had what you would call Norman an dubious state of mind, and I must re-
of the shlng vens el that had eestry on one side and Cymric on the hease to her all Connor'a proofs with
her. In his home she had other. I am colored like a Nor'an, bht an air of serene and blissful couvle-
nti her ninth year, when a lady, no person w ho has made evean th moat in, for If a mere shadow of doubt
mimner visitor Is Newfoaisamd. eror study of the subject coltd fall cold so affect her spirits what would
et" way to be t^ow of to fooenlse my Cymre blood t a the plain trth do?
N. H. Whu the Grays hd giane. On the other ad thW s o ot Os Christmas day Hilds woke to ,ad
to have har o she OId ot e ttest shadow of a sttI slty .ut i.t. .... in., .. ,...A.


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"I will come to you."
so I must meet Hilda without know-
ing what Mrs Gilbert knew. A cold
chill struck upon me. Dec. 261 That
was days and days ago, and all this
time Mrs. Gilbert bad been urging ma
to treat Hilds as a sister. Was It pos-
sible that I could be mistaken? No;


surely not. Whatever- rls. GiUbert
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 Hilda. however,
who appeared.
This was the first time to my knowl-
edge that she had ventured so far as
the 'drawing room, yet she walked
without a sign of weakness and with
a noble carriage. And, oh. shabe' was
beautiful beyond dreams.
-e ware a a ts of tea gown, I eup
pose It mdgbt be ealld, of greaM fabrLe.
and bhe carried a small black peak. I
think my mouth must bave 01-- opes
ISk a dead man's when I ma *e fl
qIts JST In gilt upon the book'si er
My. amie's diary! I
Hlda,'" said I. without pau or pr
JM I know what lst book is TeO
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at a wOa trd r the
It"r s ha dhe smup.
per. ta the l08gh wereO xtin.
glazed, the door wea opened ad is
them w ChristMa tree, appa.
ently upon Its owa leW but really pro-
pelled by tihe erviceable Connor'. It
blazed With eodlae and glittered with
tinsel. and ith boaugU wore well laden-
better, Indeed, than I was aways-for
the wise Mrs. Gilbert bad Bougbt some"
gifts for me from HRfi that the dear
girl might not lack the pleasure of giv-
Ing.
I have never en upon th, ftee of
any grown person such an expremlsao
of entrancement in pura joy as slowed
on HOda'. In the light4t tha asblMft
tree. At the sight of It I lost my Maa
of shame and deception, and a chl.
like faith took bold upon me that t"
would all come right and that I shoutd
find a way to make her happy all hear
life.
By the next day. however, I had re
covered some part of my common
sense. and the difflcultlee of the slt
nation were clear to me again, but the
path of escape from them was not
clear at all. I spent that day bleholy
In meditation and the next as well.
Then a voice seemed to tll me that
I needed the counsel of a woman, and
whom could I appeal to but Mrs. Gil-
bert? By this time Hlid had been
transferred to the Gilbert residence, a
favor not too great toe accepted by
a young lady whose brother owns half
of a very productive gfol mine. I se-
cured a private Iqterview with Mrs.
Gilbert and disclosed to hear the truth.
"Oh, Impossible. Impossible" she
cried. "Why, you seemed to know each
other at the very first glance!"
"As I was frve years old when I last
saw my sister and she was barely
one," said I, "a recognition would not
amount to very much. even If It had
occurred."
"Ab. but there's Uastinct."
"Mrs. Gilbert," said I gently, "there
is no more chance that I am this youn
lady's brother than if I were thb beard-
ed aoudad In the Central park eoO."
"But what shall we do?" ae ex-
claimed. "Indeed, this is a very deli-
eate matter. We cannot tell hbar mw.
She would not remain in this booe. I
know her. She has the strectest ideas
about inaurring obligaMons. 8he weaMl
rather die In the street."
At this I went into a peanic ad VOw
ed that I would keep up tf*-
to my last boor o
amea~d ata my p aw
of Meyr. 3
A-I aw days later
my rooms with a JAW-p
mrThem really Is a *'n'l
said he: "Why to Ithoe
Newfoundland Grays keap this tai
so quiet? Why didn't your unele leod
his little niece? it to Inconceivable
that the Grays did not get a list of the
Delphic's passengers. That would ha111
told them plainly who their fomudlinA
was. She couldn't be anybody als,
and surely they must hare known that
your uncle (whosa name, with yours
was in every account of the wreck)
would pay them handsomely for bringp
ng -the little girl to hilm. Didn't. your
uncle leave any papers, diaries or rec-
ords of any kind which might throw
some Itght on this.matter?'
"All my onele's private papers," aid
I, "were taken In charge by Judge
Mahlon of the supreme court. He's
dead. but '11 write to his son Jim to
have the house looked over."
I did so and received next day this
telegram:
ESUt volumen your unele's diary, Wtt
,ontaintr full explanation of this af-
fair to Mrs. Gilbert. Dec. 1 didn't tell
yeou this. Understand? J. M.
Natoarally I called upon Mra. Gilbert.
Sbut the lady was from hore. I would
have gone away, but a beloved voice
floated down to me as I stood Into the
balL
"Go into the drawing room," it aid.


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hands closed suddenly upon It
"Oh. not yet." she said faintly.
"Somehow 1-l dread It."
The palms of my hands were Wit,
ad 1 was sjaiawing air, but 1 man-
aed to summon up the appearance of
calmwnes.
"Wbat'do you expect to fnd bereb'
I asked.
"Oh, you will think very meanly of
me." abe cried, "but, Indeed, I have
been ovperuaded and ionced since
the vry frlast hour. Tbea for jut that
earllest bour believed, but never aft-
erward. And Il have drifted on and
on, not knowing what to do. 1 could
aee no scape from the evidence, and
you were so surer e '
"Wd Mu. Gilbert nO yeq that
"Why, yee, but P, r av hi n that
you believed without a wod bum her.
You were awb a aoad her And
a*e m aled thrW dhg baer ee Bat 1
knew ia ao owl eaawt t"'7
aL stan" mldaf td -Me a- Did
yo t wsbh to hbel. e? bbeour
vary last IU t1 W Ol& book
can nee, ehLa eithoer4 r ae-
ly ntil4 madm It i me awho yeo
rae ae.a, s Itmber. It may
puat s fteT, 1 have know from
tdg, At last., ead I know now, and
&~w ys sball kewer that we are no
so c Uhg than moasine
MM 4 a M, a o e ask you. do
.s f to belleverl
Stht,) sot," ahe whispered, with
vite iUps *Thea bookr
It opeaul under my hand t the
Pa" hiede Jae 4 and June 6, and
under the lnt ot these dates I read
the fllowlag In my undle's hand:
"Captain Rose Gray and bis wife
came today, bringing the child. It has
blue eyes and bright gotdea hair. It
onuld hardly bhe me like poor little
Htlda, who had mn dar star's e-
aetng. brown eyes ad dftk hair. De.
seription had
quite prepared i
a e ft this, yet
1 would take no
rik of eror and
therefore had the
child brought to
If tthi Wait
really camefrome
the Delphic I
think It s the
supposed o t o
First Oele' Aj.
Mtonwbvheoa IoyI
was found with
It upon the raft.
According to the f
iat. there were
on the Delphic
Vharles Alstom
(Infant) and
nura.' 1 think
that 'O b a r 11 "' "M uAM Aw w
stood .for Chaer. Lvun OI mOr."
lotte, as is come a In ugIad, and
not for Charles. I aball ittatu In.
quirtes." Then, evidentwiMttlsn later:
"ILaetenant Aistoa am '.to have
had not a relative ia the wdi. Te
child is .but ey h,. teit will not
ba elal ay mad I ldei
to seed a meest i tr Ira ft
its support. This will 0re i. Ite an
added val e t* thea, a3 atty will
rear It BMaeesaVrlly "
Here were, all my easpe.vhti
The cbhid wa kept alpftiy | what seretly becut of revmen. At my
income Meaed, ad a *I
mlttatd to tae taim cldacI
"I bhave same for yes
I. "Nst my sister's. Ct
"I welM lke IMlds
softly. "Tom called.
~eiat bam
tha at t te ii
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