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Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: December 25, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00201
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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4- r u

eal of The TrJ
spsts, tIpt a 4tis hais

t, hat we Oreprode the l
equsmt appeal on bealf of the
of the State:
fb W n I lately e1deI a of
A it may b well to exid
matter in the light of reason and
,i nt et be died that the
prison life of lorlda.Is all that Dante
il or ho leave pletuted of the lost, em.
i bdy nly two of the three princl-
,o ps nhment, viz: mttigato of
the ee and the perpetuity of fear
in thee ind of the would-be criminal.
S o horrible and o pathetic. so revolting
to th sense of nity is the miaeraw
ble existence of a felon of our State
that the heart grows sick in the coo-
templation. We met, while looking over
timber lands neao Minneols, an old white
au a prisoner, a man of a brilliant
ind, and noting from his polished man-
eaw, a man of education and better
days. This poor wretch, in the very
..eveainof life, sick and decrepit, was
bartered out by the State to do manual
labor on the turpentine farm.
Retold us theJtoryof his life-of his
Sboyhood days, hi old companion and his
Sehdren, and how pover had forced
l him to do wr The voe was weak
aad broken, as the gray-haired sire
t ed aside to look through some old
P. per sad photographs, the feeble,
i "' jhrhilg movement sent a thrill to my
S I can never forget. He
S.quntlty of verses of his own com-.
on and it was all the phloSophy
S atho regret., tersn and beart-
S Uptoti e the old manhad
n ;rntly bee stoical, austere and un-
II seema~gy res ign to his fate;
Vt w we note a ; reaching
iNnsome particular corner of the
wed or valise he brought out an
looked dagnerreotye a faded
i M .* It was the photograph of a
illathellkeaesof twifeinbher
Sday. Theabrmkem, bony
re ld as the little treasure was
dottt sad the e were moistened
wae a atwitehAw of the chin aa
baut no word was uttered. Solemnly
silently we looked upon that pie-
I '. stt spea
S It waa only a fadod picture, buat it
w the idolof hisheart There'a-
Ignored yet about the little memeato the
e-memyof ssthiset; we could see
thedlsolord beaded plate the
^d, .-a o home, sweet home, the fire-

Speople ws e paying the State for
,Jer ecee. It was not a matter of
ty with them, but a qaeon of
t. It iatrue the pri-or was
S I l but tUat was no remon
fee e the m Mo e
Om busnesis not ex-
rot"mMdMiiW the filt and in-
ol hfD.hiuein. *an is to a
m. br iof Jakeseevi do.
K Mtlme it; It I So"l-blooed. It
tor ? wk, labor w ad

a the ae of the who
W for op Om than the Pardes
Boardl All alst are before the*
It I a function delgated to the by
the State, ad to be tru men it Is theb
duty to thoroughly nvestgate. What
personal profit ed it be them to
t at liberty me poorwretch who ba
not a change of clothes? While consid-
ering the act of the felon It is the pro-
vince of mercy and justice to mark the
extent ot the correction. If the pun-
ishment has proven to be correction,
the offense expiated and proper fear ex-
erted on the mind of a like would-be
criminal, the prisoner should be liber-
The human mind, with all of in-
lectual attainments, yet bears the ear-
'marks of its primeval condition, when
man in his nudity, with disheveled hair,
glaring eyes and distended nostrils,
rushed upon his fellowman and beast
alike with the club of the forest for a
livelihood. But little removed from the
habits and thought of the brute, the at.
tribute of mercy-the doctrine of par-
don, the quality to forgive-existed only
In its embryotie state in the human
mind. Merer is the only principle of
mind that differentiates between the
human and the brute. Thedu6 loves,
hates, is grateful, is tonehed by the
sweet ebords of musie, poses the
sense of humor, deception all the
passions of man except that at-
tribut merny. Mercy is etoly,
to the hiftg order of so i its
volume is the inevitableO f h-
man intelli'eee; where it l abounds
there a retr--ee-ion to the brute, ad
where iberally towed, en appro
to the deity. There are bat three, and
only three, resasns for puniahieat.
First, the guilty is punished to miti-
Wte, to alleviate, to asuage the feel-
Sof the victim of his act, the ag-
eved. Secondly, to produce a
some fear and dread In the mind of
those who weauld likewie do wrong.
And thrdy the guilty is punished for
his own ood for eorretion. Any pun-
Iseent ited, not embracing these
three Orbacibce, Is without foundation
in rMao. o f the fust be omitted, then
the elaw puniae without respet o the
4gebe If the od be Wed
If the lat principle be not ooinpwed-
ed, the law preaee to be forwraw

pendtoe ed to 4the fullmea
lPor Wthe al of tI

B eo m t ed withthe
punished euiminal the full nm
mefty. :
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oA ibilt. And the waewm The

9 hifonthe r an
a detain human relay.

who ivpres fort we ieas o idterala
o sad pwhogiv responsible y. The
saner ro a sa homan anterde-
sponsibility. And the two a
contrast-a contrast saan

one is selfish, the other iblaintarian.
Cain seems utterly insensible of any re-
latita existing between himself sad a
brother or between himselfand man-
kind. He seems to reoegnise no con-
nection with the rest of the race, and
cares not what becomes of the fortunes
of his fellow creatures. Humanity isa
world with which hoe is not acquainted.
Cain and Jesus Christ are moral ants.
podes. Cain sees mankind from the
one viewpoint of selfishness, and is in-
different touching the interests and
welfare of others. There the person-
leation of selfishness. The embodi-
tent of all that goes to make life large
and rich and full and free. There a rep.
resentative of one idea, but it is an idea
of character which menas no character.
There another idea-it is God's idea-
God's idea of what hab life may be-
come under the opsM- of certain
moulding and r-etrim influence.
And both of the id e ported
Mage e and la&tite-
t many of. hih an de ply isa-
d in thksi sb s mindt and co-
ing for t h richer ed
ta. Bt wt tai r that smti-
ttion,0 if its t y to low a
mesa's ideaMs of and or tx-
p.on oaot e a and mer.
eit the repa far 0tseve

Ofo fahihoum t ,
erh. Now among tme e

a the Io
lt am sa am asa for
Ce s by vns of two
in t ini ---otto nt,

p reaeeh .he m

Mo eIo tIoA 1 t ro rh
Noer 6 to = *vut 7 e11ui -
oes *e egathedwith aw
8%, the, whatever 11-
my &*eto th orth tieii or
Mo pineiples of thr or "s lot

offer-a A -vi -Ar. st, wo
left the eof neved
lerft ar tht"ad of i
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PER 25, 1908.

AII--Special' .None.

4^---d^^B-ftZ=w frZ-Bmia
Nor do we know tlLw oberm r
and orpheus wtto receive of your Iher-
slity, yet the aabshr essdrn hundred
thousand. )Ielt- are we aequslated
witb the ihaadeceaefi a
7 yetwe go you havemc,
However something about you
we kaow. knew the
your der. know aiso a n
otordere Theamomof
Odd FellowS. Her we
adthe ffrpofle aad p"tplai of ya
order denied. and exresed. I
worde-Prisead pW Lva, Tret. e
three-eorer t -a tripod .t marked
stregth ml tese beauty-Vrme d-s
ah Lova, Ttbe k thate
wirualeek tM heart and teIoe
whch makiariee a joy and a
Three w e estab a
aad pee mal character. e ea
ne otenae a which rests the imdlea
streawee ao Odd Fellowas*, Wase
"eab out frorei of
oesem s as continent to t
to eadWotect and e
aeed, The keys which uale1 -
em heart when MO and
admn "-an th dma w

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SSmF CaIt e dim aThat Cartat

The True Democrat prints elawhere
a deeislea of the Supreme Court, ren.
dered this week, which is a knock-out
blow to the public school Interests of
from which it will take the
: :t re po r te r fo u n d S u p e rin ten d en t
IBoellay very much distressed on so-
eoamt the decision, as he is more vi-
tall itereted in the school interest
of thi State than any other man.
He considers the opinion far reali
in Its effects. While the Court em;i,
ered oly one chapter, 581, ftre th
aet o4 1906, yet every Ia R a
ta to etablihh
--- :

h its mtlts. She
bemmh it b in t results. ea
eter aud usefulness detIrmaes- its
Now the time maycome
ch orders, whikh are fra e al-1
lent, will have aeaompU JtlM
*LUomr But we have not yet ad
Sage when they ars no lo e tot.
church most first perme the
VWd with the spirit of Jesua Chrit,
aM ddivest mankind of the spirit of a
inant self love. She ust do more.
must also assume to a lare extant
e are and proteedon of the body, he
1 as the nurture and tisinin of the
=I. When we shalll oveo that
ae-the oaaisof spirltual fervor., o
btherly concern, of religious victory-
when there shall be but one uma l
poe In the human heart, and i l
sentiments and a common hop*
rgammon cause shall make once mre 1
ese blood all men-the humr family
will the% have reached its ap e and its
temporal glory. But until the, other
agencies and institutions will have their
place in the moral world, and help our
race to a higher plane. Now among
uch moral and helpful agencies stand
the Order of Odd Fellows. And I am
glad of the pritle to bear to your or-
through yo its representatives,
my warmeet EM1i.g, and my wish that
the Order of Odd Fellows may reach
out to the bounds of the world. As you
know your order can not claim antquity
of origin, nor do you claim for it a re-
mote past There are other fraternal
and benevolmit orders which date far-
ther back history than yours, and to-
day boastO a vast membership. But
from thtma of your first efforts to
express four feelings and sentimeta in
an organ=ld capeity yeo have esjoed
the d'pti ie-% of phenomenal growth.
So that today you represent th la t
o ganisation of men in Cra,
resting upon a purely fraternal md be-
nevolent hals. Tie growth of yeOr
order was a of the wonders of tIh
past centy. And yet the principles
of the Ord64 Odd Fellow are the reo-
lentless fee ee of our most beht.
ished sins---RI-love.
"Explore thq dark recesses of the
In the soul's hopt volhme ra4d .
And own, in wise ad simple, meamd
The ame grand IndSio prbtple in
all -
* andbywitep-tanae weean
Z:L: tjof _in 4L"

Is what most bales have, but is of no
benefit to them If they have worm. s
Be sure your baby Is eot troAbled with
them. Sure symptosme-salaps hean
gry, rlna under the eyes, not !pflau .,
fa weight, and yellow epmplevie. At L
few doses of White's Cream Vr'iMtu .I'
will expel all worms. It Is a poeltlve "-
eare aad reliable. Price 2U cents per -
bottle. old by Hardee4mlth Co.

Mayr GMrme is thebausiest ma a
thet da Heisatt
=- p t he -in the bert
To.hlg W th throughout this see-
td of, e State was broken by a fAe
M a Itday. But much more
ie aueded to get the "a
saitlon for tillage.,
Tam~~as J. Appleyard, editor
IO Cs Index, wM' ma bimes
aahaa, Tneday. Mr.
Is me of the most
Is Ul the State and BO
pspity will be very hwely
Freaklin, an aged who
Ny d n lake n hit
f oca. Meart,
t tecasaeft jthe ea

'wr' theea-s/We' Iom s .
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own a" ea' ate& t

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ditWm the- ise al due them the $40,00
referred to. wleh bMiuld hae bemn ap
riateiby the ler o .the
of nuary, 11 at that time
there money inte treasu
for that purpose. The
amot, therefmoredethesnaer
be three set mentioned, onthe lrst
id & July, I08 waa( 7,7e.

The law eatabhln a temofhiag
"shookls was ,o. sad a.

Wite a t eoan Ifrme toa deI dit ot
dte State ist able tt appreopiote sy

ehe mort tsiob to tueer B a-
t s i -em "
far tahinre a ose o weile

there no neformsty steady
atd iom the oeOften of c ateels.

TachAr palm of bmr or
etWq Mrs; arn
ao afperl i l hnra Dr. Thomas n
SMr. M. C. M ISMe io Mr. 6. Avert who 'k-' l ad.i.t imI 4 *

n",--,1 --7 %"
C A. B. ftiallo, a SOME' l,
ater of las mieb w Slthheal n. -Owel- ,ge

Mr. 3aC. San chess, of Galnsvila,M .
t uveral days* this week =I)wl Ask C4fa.
esi H. H. A. Ha-thwayand we afano LeeMON
the Chritmas guests of Mr. and Metropolis
0 G..- V.rnt.p l' ItMg piles provoke profanity but tb,
S e S. L S. Patterson and wife wi, Won't hw.....
Im_"-laJo s wh Mr ts o ,cure them. 56a0;%
( a llari -_ae with Mr.Pattna i cures Itching. bleeding or,
pIIints aear a pliafter year of s*fer
SallaaI eighty-thre-e say store. AP --WON----- -
sK boMb teMabe took his first to 0cP -'
samsr e*0a few days ago. hsofetohie aft. i .f -. ).. 2*.190L
Bow"- wORK novelties for4tM tome*Voy the Chrnas fern. 8.B.
S+Nlho n's at rea stable price. tit e Il w > M ** *^ "--"-"" +" --.-wr -- .. jnkw,
-workof Mrs. M. L. Banks. -1- wi e l return .. t J. wmt; r .
~. J. M. Lamari a prominent Flt. Imouay fida in Tal moby J.Ls. ,.n
-Jasof nvisguestrof ths. d ri *Quilwu_ J. .'Lsvy: Edar Wilson; Tampa Heights, W. T. 1'E IN M

nmatusParkAvune. -tf 1dfoMr. M,. J. s. Patterson; Tallahassee Boueva, Ybor. c iyLittler0FoowigktIstVOte for w AS
4 ew upply of diamnod to which ph will respond to the address O. rWoodw ard; Wasnah, B. a. ero 'o Setr mlon, ap-
t attetio of the ade directed wo at the opening of the stae ood West o i.d by H. C. Hoea: Plant ci, One of the most nteting re
as just been received by Sweet- conventionof o. Doe; W at Me plie B BlooandalP antd of the o ontet for the past two
S. 2t If. you ban't the time to exercise o L N. Sad; mionaryto t be wpple Paleto W. A. ir; weeks h bn the incrse In the vote
Mr. F. C. Gilmore begarork yester- regularly. Doan's Regulets will pro- O~a.W. G. Floetehr.; Bd orn 8. 8eott; apate, A. M. of Mim Alke Pattern, of Chair.
day on a two-story residence for Mrs. vent constipation. They aiduce a mi. .. ......... M T.S Arm ; Sara- Thi pt wek her 7riIds east for
S Dr. Robn-som, corner Bronough and easy, healthful action of the bowels JAC~iONVILLZ DISTRICT. ot J. B. Mikler; St. Petersburg, J. her more than nine thounsad votes, adi
CHUtes streets. without griping. Ask your druggist, acksville District.--J. jHedr, FBell: Lrg circuit, A. B. Halton; this igure to show her a dangerous
SM s. E. 8.'verly, of Apschi ola, for them. 26c. Dresldi elder; Jackasonvl, Fit Tarpon Sprian, supplied by Mr. New- competitor for those in the lead.
Sh to ped the- holiday and will Miss Sarah B. Raney, daughter of Church, J. W. Bigham; Jaekanville, kirk. Barlew. A. ernon; Hernando iss Protor i again leader th is
reai over until the inugral, bein Judge Gore P. Raey, of Tallahaee, Sprngeld' D. B. Sweat; Jacovilk, miMn,, supp by J. C, combs Paco week, the friends of Mis Stoutamire,
S g190t of the LeoA. was amog the prominent arrivals at Riven, A. Harrison;Jackoovil, ert, supplied by J. M. Mitell; her next competitor, double rerv- .
SMin Beatree Sinclair, stmofaper the Aran yesterday. Min yRaney i Es elle trot, G. S. Roberts; Jackon Blaon, supplied bJ. .Dieffenwiert; Ing their heavy billolt for the deMve
in the o(ee of the Railroad n3- returning to her hoe in TaUamM ville, St. MKtthew's, J. Lawton Mooea; ade ty, J. D. rooks; clearwater, truggle in January. .,
h a son to her home in Ocasi to from the North, to qad te holiday Jacktonill.o City Mission, L. D. K. Denton, Southern college presi- Ony more weeks remain until
S apsdr- atma with her parents.-Timee-Unio, 21.U Hayne; Mdleburg, W. H. Stenme:. dent, J. P. Hilburn; professor, I. c. the close of the contest.
ss aorbett's. All kinds of artist in his Ideas, suggests a for the GFertnda,T.Tg JO .m C. nins tue a Va- is 12 Februar first.
moulding from which to make soes. big city in view the recentkmKig' Ferry, George J. Kennel. derbilt University, P. J. Patterson, The two handsome pianos e se
The telephone service Par N Insects Pasco; Live Oak, k V isson Transferrd-c. L. Eaddy. South car. They are worth all the effort that cm
seewaeoerey impahiredi Mbrokend a4at White Springs, A. Col4 Jas ollna conference; A. M. Gardner, South be ut forth for them.
0al of the wirebe and he Gee F Scott; J. siSpr. Carolina conference; J. RBlocker, co- Following is the standing of the Cam -
.t.. Kim&. AlfordSw etan r of the hill harIes M. If Jto pri lumbia conference; B. F. Mason, Little didatee tbhs wek:
it Mima Alford will extend eo r i- supplied by R. D. Jones;' Rock conference; E. A. Townend iWas Florace Proctor--..126,4J6
S hLd over the inabural Mseaon. Mim P. Jemigan; Pinemonuat, by J. Oklahoma conference; R. L. Sprnkle, Mi May Stooutamire, Blox-
arrived bome fron Converse C A .l. PMT P. -Basen"ore; W rt t. Pael conference; W. K. Piner, Okla haN..----...---..-06,9
ba t ddRay eight. uppliedby D. G. M Co a m conference. *o Ruth Alligood, Crawford-
.El mMi BuMp-l hom_ Sat*"- T vtana i s_ _R_ ;H_ F.0O." 1b W l .itseir- vile-----------............... 45 .5
uw. .Ie ,i whtereWtt P a v. dter Forid Ace Patteson, Chaires 33,65H
ad 2.MelM. Mbe w8ll r mr miitel-r. 6, iveOe mis; ** Mary W1ham......e. 10M,
.. l n I (0 otw- a STATE NEWS. k Moyrtle rang, Cesn
.5 "Oe kibdew fm ~a ST TE-, em o e..------mb--------e;Yn, t wk '
*a LulaDaef' M ith 8
j 2.igs.1"bW. Jo, ae anbey .asked for about toe :: eso Motco .,-
**. BMAithpcgmilest~d ofa. jo<.etidewalks in the city of JewNopw Parley.7
t oMbw lL W a J1i R ..h.Pn, do. ,.,* .. Leittopad..... 0-------
5 ., R. M. M ae.. F T. IeLakeland citises are muph dlated Jaunita Forbes, city... a7
st t,*S-t- Grlth; .ie Dd ,y T. Over the fact that their suit at the Bleoat CatMe-......- 8
e P v.. ue -n enn s, *empefln th*em dak Rofe. -..
1 J. pWa l retare J. L.-ab- Hoder. so -t P-o-t ----n .to DBvl_ .......... 1itmi
Awer mhebe e -.06r law, eer beedJ.nL.lpwdedbdbyb' ,mre t MeGr.......
..+ar-*- e. wse*,esM and nolf. G,. aork; *oaomVA ,r,, theQ.4--reby giot thk ,, flavowr-. aoodviuI, 7 "
k,o. oof "hasPat. 'd L Lakee ito equitable rapport t o Le sa.-...----......
MI ey eChaf Mr. Ned antedIa *,.e evid.n .; ptle. ,s, a
e retaed home f e W. J. crred at the
o- K Mra. f t e mt farmas sno tee by ^ Cc. Blagh Mrs. JOB& bem -
S-er eeJ care highany S~the new ive,.tt will prve a Iha ve wt5. < bmthCraword-
hssNel MX Murpe's se ere- Eaw L- .INews.,U.- ,Su M. ri Lelo ,oait itntg te B e. ............ a
-ttesawh'NMr. News.t-r The True Demo. ; wke Mth i M..ti.--------. .0
S -e V. Chri.t. erat that .e had _ore than oe, hundred aC t tb .i. d, elaae. .......... O
m bIi !,p _wBsn Jackson-D ..about -s patent wita c hi, s ,, ... .,. a week l; s..tewe as a mi Ct e
"io ie. the de--riptionthit appealed in 1w tor. 'Sil,. .htti Mnds l S ? S M ,,
meumw- e .eNorths C tae. D. aao emr -eao. a ta l -

Mats d is m' a on% e Mlodda atm ime e .. K tstsm hree g 2miamthe
arivafo ita e .. "- forthemabiaulet .t h. ti f ... .. ,,.--. dD
St -,wi ll be the guest of M l.. ^^- ... -. _i .U^ Jtoin. d M VS5 _m o uHa ., Ih w. ..i...i al l
*semped Aentndn with bamboo and hl p

'Mm C, and rt. John R. Win tden lmae trl I .1r -w s-- -- ---w..-
.... ... Pau and gl g t m, o .t'ea ,.._. -s, Dwe.._

Sar! rit, ariM fo Ch,> ote achers bo e 3 .oMr; ig baseb. t. rthe ei a- lvedr bl ieeSl hsn,,3HaSNsi,
-........ CM, ,.- usa-S-^ S at e .+ -- ^"mg^ nilsOB UMiSK

mt UoIUU Al s. Al kinds ox arUMui ad se a delI ht in tael them g; to me ; be -T ,
melding hem which to make sele.- tre various ftvalstvthe Ca, L. Oee; vi..ty Vi Alaesm 5.
tins. 40-dt soa dtte 1 Unlemty, tTerms e.A n
Mr. L W. Cobb and family left on ------ Bssar- a VrTIoIr.
, Tusesds oatt.where LCobbK4 0. Ms o W Btow -, w. A
fmy hr wo The.k"f dles f .1 GMlb hve der; Oris4d, 53.
thiuSht wiahs. ti;n D the ee tvF Appi, lX
The aee ommitte for the the Gas Cm Park avenue, be ie,J.. M
ral eremonne have ras red sa m gilmlI at d R. tt; B C
fthds needed for th epetive eter- akta,
taimmenta. noe UMMiof Talahme -J slow ftm bry. W rye k. i eka
Ae been unuua*Uhenl In their ubo. b SMeHa, D. A. *b
ssm. WuIor0 th ir- V. Ailm dW .
assW a adebvq vast

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S. l rt b tging Gt0. G.
S ssMag pmdeat of the Caltal City
SBadk, and located in Liberty and Tay-
The Money oonsideratiou was $90.400,
*" ad bs the largest transaction of the
Skid within a year or more.
The trade was perfected through Mr.
Alfred Short who is very conversast
with the land and timbered interests of
Stha secIUon, and very diligent in the
coosummation of such trades.
These particular lands are heavily
timbered and among the most valuable
in this section of the State.
Mr. Saxon still owns a number of
other tracts of long leaf yellow pine in
this section, which he is offering for
sale through Mr. Short.
Steve Brodie, the Bridge Jumper, as a
Self Advertiser.
Curiously enough, the man who, in
my opinion, bad the keenest intuition
of the value of publicity and used it
to the greatest personal advantage.
when we consider his humble begin-
nings annd the limited sphere of hbls en.
deavor, never really knew bow to read
and write. I knew him first as a young
street urchin,. making hils living by
selling newspapers. blacking boots, run-
Ming errands and doing such odd Jobs
as fell In his way, nnd It was chiefly
through selling newspapers, whose
headlines alone he was barely able to
decipher, that he gained that knowl-
edge of what Park row calls "news*
values," which oue finds In every train-
ed and efficient city editor.
It was on the strength of this knowl-
edge that this bootblack wetint oue day
to a well known wholesale liquor deal-
er on the east side nand proposed that be
should establish him In a saloon on
lower Bowery. The liquor dealer was
aghast at his presumption until he
learned his scheme; thenhee ncpltuhtted
at once, and within a few days the pa-
pers had been signed and twenty-four
runs' option secured on rickety and.
m nearly every Imaginable point of
undesirable premises near Canal
street and directly under the noisiest
and dustiest and oiliest part of the ele-
L rated railroad. This done, the boot.
Alback made his way to the very center
ofthe Brooklyn bridge, climbed hastily
to the top of the parapet and, needless
of 11 warning shouts of the 5orrifled
onlookers and the swift rush of a pant-
ing cop, dropped Into the seething wa.
tears below.
It was an unknown youth with an
e* ring capacity of a few dollars a
week who disappeared beneath the sur-
faie of the East river, but It was an
Ceterprising young man, an east side
eelftrty. In fact. all ready for the dl-
vie oil of publicity and with an as-
,ared Income and possible fortune in
his grasp, w#e nose reappeared very
absortly abeve the muddy surface of
the water and who was helped by will-
lag and ocledous hands into a rowboat.
Whsee dry clothing awaited him. to-
aher with hearty congratulations on
the fact that be alone, of all those who
had attempted to Jump the bridge, had
Sescaped with his life. The next dIay
*he name of Steve Brodle was dashed
f ee one end of the country to the oth-
er, and within a very few hours after
hs discharge from custody-be was
arrested on the charge of trying to
take hie own life-be wan standIng be-
hind f own bar. serving drinks to
tle eowds who came to gape at Steove
S role, the bridge Jumper, mad to poor
Stheir money Into his cofers.-James L
S ird In Suceess Magas mae.
re .f Habt.
A certain accountant is so devoted to
Sprofeso that wbem be has moth.-
eln to do be casts up Mi eyes.
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L A. S m Much ha been said la -comndtie It is only permitted that we recal a .
of the report which recently emanated pleasant ami1omas f purpose o N *
ML VUL KID EVERT RIDAT MOamNO. from the office of Superintendent of concillation sad kinmlas but thee are
L _-- -- Public Instruction. The JackoilUe oeasion whses t is a duty to rimad The ymtattio of Oeos R.B Nlfi
a e"."w .si M lecimattie Marnc bi. im, at Times-Union voices universal sentiment ourselves of the mistakes and trials and as deal District Judge for
S tB o st aT ms. rida sadr when it says: prejudices of the pat that we avoid Northern Distret of Alatam, with
&A 4 ames.s aNih I~ The biennial report of Supenimtidnt their conseqmces for .the future. We a been held up Lor two years, has at
of Public Instruction Willi Km M.Hollo-e for the faturl-. We hsb eld up fortwoyam een l4nrd'Bi ...pho Bmsndw.. C er Adama o way is the first of the State reports to believe s an occasion has omead last been confirmed by the Seate
06t= stress. welh ANo. It. reach us. It Is of much lenth-474 that It i duty to speak now when the Hundley has been serviM ume
pages, with twelve pages o index- festal season, demands our charity and a recess appointment Mr. Hand.
SLWPr Year, lha Advance tat itis sU rprising to se eit s om c in consideration, of a time when we wait- ley Is well known in Tallahassee, W o
Sb 111 es Appdeti. glance at the contents shabows that t d time and temper because we knew presided at two sessions of the pWft I a
S must have involved great labor, palms not what we did. The men that the Couq at this place. He was rAm_-y --w 6~
tbw Democret is the om ida Newspsoe and care on the part of the force of the State followed then are still alive and a democrat and deserted a ry fr f*r M
.t Le Coasty. educational department.HIn oghte may again asmme the powers of lead- the plt ofoffioe. The t"s epssrti. m s ad 3mm ..h.A
,- pages Su prlnit-dept Hollows. dihe
s nrl matters connect4 ship at any favorable conjunction of Senatrs from Alabamat. Moarg and ass. aiSi
the State schools in a most interesting fortitousi drcmstances-there are in. "P oppod., his e ation with fs m r J psi
.- manner. These observations deserve dications even now that they are Pr ch virmmeae that the President couM S. N
te e ~ e ful perusal, while much may also prng for another effort Let us L A LVW his appointment renog lsl. .M orpi
ro o* *i^ .^*- o bthe County Su eriatenden ts oPublic ue to see their death his confirmation was th p makes the blood prsad rish
s ev UedI n i it.h C nty Superintendents of Public use to forget.
_l indf two month. Instruction, in which each has discussed The Tallahassee True Democrat is the insisted on, with success. S& 6 e tidi b~y te a ea
S ticb art hartio anmd 1 et per as he saw fit, any subject he choe.o representative aeroftheState'ca ,ad stoppig all aei pn and itchi, c
1 stsqumnt taemrt be. *t d Altogether, it is one of the most illumi ..... t O MrS FIRST APPOITNINT. th wt e of Blood Posaos. RhmatI m or
'sets perbt4ch ws. NO1&nating reports on the subject of Sate ital-at nearly every point it also rep- Es.a..
SM cpttar, .e.ept w. mfhM rLioar education which has ever been issued, resents the best element of the party vernor G lic ris has selected a to tO BopoMd of pu BBoti
.en a 11tin s bteae A fMCo lwe believe it safe to say. As a maga- controlling the State-The TruDemo- appointed Mr. G. Talbt Whitfield as In tosie %n ri n pure SMa
s i bS e 3 hand ? is tlateris ine ot information and staUstics it is erat wants a man and has this to say: his private secrtar. The announce- dctions for bom cure.
el prpt attention. Invaluable. Issued thus early every meant came as quite a surprise to Talla- i 1.. r
.. -member of the legislature of 1909 will "The Florida East Coast railroad has an, sincenocitizen even had an i.
S Thll aase, rday, Dec. iS, Im. have threemonths in which to become made almost a paradise of former un- Ideahat T llahaseean wouldbe se- ---
familiar with the progress and the need inhabitable section of country and con- elected, and while it was known that GNEAL GILCIRST
of our public school and it ought to of and whle it known that
It will be a happy Christmas for most have reat influence on future legisla- tbud millionsof dollars the there were a number of applicants for
eple in this section. tion. ble walth of the State. What thiroad that position of great honor, Mr. Whit- Will Arrive Tallahassee e After
K ~ dmir bly i f *O 5 NAT GET THER. hu done for South Florhda would be feld will measure up to the full stand- ees ofhjFory irst
Tajisahase is admirably situated for done for the West Coast, and even field will measure up to the full stand- Mi Cf Jamua
Vi bui of quiteacity. Acting upon the suggestion of The if a rd was built along the n- ard in all respects, and Governor Gil- General Gilchrist expects to arrive
Democrat, that John Collins, former e, christ could not have secured a more Tallahassee Friday afternoon, January
After the inauguration let Tallahas- editor of this paper, should be given a tireWest Coast from Tallahassee to efficient and competent man for that 1. 1908, and will stop at the Leon.
see look to the development of its ma- lucrative position by the incoming state and beyond Tampa. The West Coast position in his State. Mr. Whitfield is On Monday afternoon, January 4th,
trial resources. administration, the professional breth- has many peculiar advantages of its one of the best posted men in Florida his mother, Mrs. J. G. Gibbs, of Co-
No section of the country will enjoy ren and scores of admiring friends be. wh ere on the Amer not cqanentd any- on State affairs, and for that one reas- lumbia, S. C., his sisr, Ethel, and her
exhlarating Christmas weather side from every section of the State, nottoenumera here, on, if there were not other, will prove husband, Dr. Cheathm, f rham,
than Tallahasee. have, by urgent letters to the governor- but enh a valuable aid to His Excellency, Gov ter S. Montgomery, of Spartanburg
arly eei paper of note in the elect, given strong endorsement to the felt and heard by ernor Albert W. Gilchrist. The True S. C., with her daughter, Kate, will ar-
Nearly evey paper of note in the ment. al men who become acquainted with Democrat congratulates Governor Gil- rive in Tallahassee, and will also stop at
tat has issued a Christmas edition, The letters, in the main, have not the conditions. The entire State, and christ. The True Democrat congratu- the Leon until after the inaugural exer-
and all of them are creditable. n qui endorsements only, but peculiarly the Eastern section of it, cises.
been quasi endorsements only, but per- latest Hon. G. T. Whitfield.
Th people Talahasee and Leon soal requests for his appointment, owes a debt of gratitude to Mr. Flagler.
The people Tlahssee and onal reWho ill be the great man who will FRANCIS P. FLEKING. ClarBs Poelaity.
County governed their Christmas shop- urging that he was not only mentally come along and build such a road from When hiis issue of the Times-Union The Jacksonville Metropolis of last
ping by True Democrat advertising, and physically qualified for almost any Tallahassee to Tampa?" carries to many homes in Florida which Thursday contained the following refe.
Doctors have found a use for the work that might be assigned him, but the telegraph has not reached the ence to Congressman Frank Clrke's
vDrmiform appendix. It has proved he deserved thick recognition on account If such a man came forward and of- the t p ha not reached th recent visit to that city.
Sermiform appendix. It has long pr of his long, unswerving and disintret- feared to build such a road at his own knowledge that ex-Governor Francis P. That popularity ha its penalties wa
Stal to book big ureons bill upon. service to the better element of the expense and at his own risk; if he sup- Fleming has passed away from earth, a thoroughly proven by an experience of
SC. Knott will beed service to the better element of th plemened the roadway with the finest shock of surprise and sorrow will be felt Congressman Frank Clark and a Me-
Philander C. Knott will be Secretary Florida Democracy.p t he d wth throughout the State. All knew that tropolis representative during the silver.
Sf State under President-elect Taft. And be it said to their credit, many system of tourist hotels oki the earth; throughout the State. All knew that tongued representative's visit to the
This much has been decided, but no prominent republicans of the city and if he offered inducements to immigrants jority of usbly ill, but the great m city last week.
movre. State, recognizing the worth of the and did everything possible to an over- of us believed as welled "Meeting Mr. Clark at the Aragon
ld the gentleman and hs y honesty, have flowing purse and a heart bigger than that his recovery was to oe confidently Hotel, the Metropolis man asked him
Seryman, woman and chiltere d inthef g entleman and h in ps sturdy honesty, hm an mperi lp was to im- expected. However, the sorrow will for an interview on certain subj
n eonstry should beainterested in the fght also joined in petit aing the incoming th eperai l tarver wah to imc outweigh the surprise. No man had and suggested he visit the Metrope
agathst the white plague. The Red governor to include John Collins in his prove e mo devoted friends-in no maitizen office. The invitation s
Cresslab*wsa etht.helit of appointents.rodera .101 people along more devoted friends-in no citizen of and Mr. Clark immediately called
Sla wa a great thougnypernal friends ofthisedth -p pothe State did public confidence and well- in which to make the short trip of three
SAmbr C of r are verany hopeful of result, helped to and owed justified respect so assuredly repose. blocks.
Mrs. Aa brae E. Caloun, of Colum- itor are very hopeful of the relwod Devoted to those he loved, most ex- 'Why do you call a cab,' asked the
G, lat wak gave birth to three AT CO chools and e to llee-would emary as a citizen, Governor Fleming newspaper man. 'Are you ill, or are
ebiren. She was already the mother W. sch a man now ealld tie asBy of was immaculate as a politician, and you trying to die poor upon a Congres -
*t tOw ty-five children. The husband The True Democrat gives space on the people and a foe to progress and these are now so rare that the absence man's saary?'
fathewris fi and hde haleand firstpage of this edition to a requested the oppressor of the weak and the ret of one is a distinct loss that will be 'No; but if I were to start afoA to
r 2 we judge haleand se of the State Pardoning Board. of it We are not saying that uch keenly felt. Throughout his life his the Metropolis office I would be
e arty. distinguishing trait was his conscien- no less than fifteen times, and we' lose
The article is beautifully written and things ever were known anywhere ex- taousnea-what he thought was right several hours.' was the reply.
The Times, of that city, predicts that is polished in sentiment, but the con- eopt in Lilliputia, but we ask for infor- he did, and the confidence that he would "The Congressman and scnbe t
St. Peteburg will have fifty thousand tension of the author that there has nation. If the man The True emo do this only was impressed on all who entered the cab, and before the horse
population within ten yea s. The True been a two severe condemnation of this crat wants would be received with open th mo bywh r se of a life d h nl h passed the potoffR e two men, i-
Democrat might make the same pre- board will not be upheld by a discrimi arms as a friend and allowed to do his with rspen ilities that needed no of- r w Mr. Cla on some subject
dietion for Tallahisses, but would the nating public. work unhindered by popular abuse and aleal oths to e pbm-ire t.em in his more or less importance. Before t
eftioena back us up in It? The merciful nature of man is re- political intrigue? If so, let a know. Nther friend nor foe Metropolis office was reached exaely
T-- -s e tiI flected in the creation of this board. If not, let the argument be threshed SE fing would de were made, and the m it

don a l f t hispl dd city l, Tet o hp mbep for. a lm tihn h uld decide n coure N mlat

.Nerth aarlta l commensurate with his crime, the pun- doevelopment--if so who taumgbt them? The type of man to which Governor accord to him many expressions which
ishment should cease, and it sometimes Whose quiet dignity refused to bandy Flemin be 1 is almo extinct have been of great value tois country.
SThe ler lininga of coud w hap s hat these conditions are met words with the mud-slingere--who ss e amngt w oule we n owv te The following on the Prel ent's latest
& h ss thf yea e rpor before the sentence of the courts are conduct and work and aractera have birs and ti easts of the day. message is particularly worthy of co.
of the Seretary of Aglriculture of a executed. To determine these cond- so impressed us that we have dropped a Con aen e i ended above all things In sideration: "President Roosevelt has
gail of sl0,000,000 i thisl year's over tions is the province of the State Par- pre i e, changed r ain k of ral e. dor wat aoii ninsa roresees1ade w wi
last year's erops. The record-breaking donlng Board. now ready to do justice? Able as a H a? Ias nounce a new and dangewos doctrine.
, total of value is $7,778,000,000-a solid Wil t ionse rin the merits or de- mrue pefhe e a vler e? always a It s the duty ery publisher aid
tendeto for renewed p~r~perty. merits of any particular application The CiThe True Dvisitt wants tat the tyei of a n ed t eI s til ommet' rhe belrent t f resie pnts f
e a lm id- in whose True Democrat takes the position that CW to wo it the WestCon at iara. ibtye a sa ceit ei e t ree that s pell to oent the Pr tident ta est
boyood abuff akin w a dru n th e nt woul be prsctically impose be Woe go pu ash wlor and fcaIt hof isi ad o ts a d a e who w ulariel the o o

88. Louis market, bringig s8 t onvlfce the public that fifty out of East Coast. To the ocr who is with us h ra eh mint from auspsle omcals. No offcal ers elim
each. enters then slaughtered bf- t appl.t fwe wish a merry Christmas and muet with the ex l tim p ark.-md4 u -- b U 5 UgW g W

falo by the thousand for their hides and parn, wer a eserv returnsof the day; to the other wewih A oe 1 8 causa he is a e ial ad a st f the
left the meat to rot. Now two fine That the individual members do not of the an early appearance and much pot be Gt is so are that the
fesh robes are offered in New York at board thought o w do not for on from the lesson the ioneer ha t t lt t s
$1.000 each! moment question. The sentiment which our people.--Jacksonville Time-Uni. S e sp s n it. It is
has heretofore actuated them is 0lo- The Tr ueD oerm t believes 1a- the ri her th
To have for one's oldest son a romis- quently given expression to in the pn people of Florid are a appreia tive o -
ig youth of eighty-two ad for the picture of Mr. King. But a discrii-thed p fr a i a rla tru t w b
yest a hopeful of eventy-two- natir public cannot wholly-, -dor0e ~y H M. p r, a and f m r e fna, to h byiSsit ai aw-b din B
thi is an unusual m tersci experience, this sentiment, or withhold its judgment ormor of otem i ihimw l i t is m
Capratulations were due for these and from the membership of a pardo ng been lesser lights in the dev ihelopowent a r
e gwr mtt-nres of her one bhmdred board which cannot or will not discrimi- Its resources. 10 r
sd Mth birthday Sunday to Mrs. Far. nte in question of such great concern. Whraare .atadvq y= "m!"M- *
Ai, of Midland Park, N. J. If the present methods of F 's rdpurposes and i of a gretd ** sll f us l sr sas
^ ^--- ~ Pardoninog Board are continued, it would veloper are frequeltry mnk nderNtsu l' eming tr hs W
It O-- that some people i Forida be jt a well to abrat every t tt"he bechnming &WtaSfe ieud |yet *s rweq to eryS
.o *rendy looking out for the I'a m the State and let lawleasaans rn oftG oiew.Bt isafteyOM N WW& h1te 16is herrseM
_ -- w _i s "sesed Glchr-ist. sesertsatself, and tmi l wf d aM teyeasr41s
i. s nays: James Z. Alxandr a a plad famed are m toeli aor m a s u t hlft i"WPLM
wM be bead he sin the net slegislea- q to s aosvieted felo., but The 1aw*G
.B If he hdmMebe teleed Speaker True DeealO ad i tsM kid plead
S 1 01 be we0 to keep j 0 eye on him a S thele who wanttdo lives. CoASO
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"'The workings of the human mlsl
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marked a scientist who was paying a
visit to an acquaintance. "Have ye
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to that of a waiter I beard absf ti
other day.
"'*Look here, waiter,' mid a gat,
thls flab Is not cooked property'
"I know It. sir.' said the wate
'bat you told me It was for your wM
priced guest
"'Why.' said tle waiter. *1 aew
that If the lady was your wife A
couldn't be very particular.'"
Realism In Art.
Two artists were besting hbow
could paint. "Do you know," sad a
"I painted a sixpence on the Brae
one day, and a begtar nearly bro el
fingers trying to pick It apt" MW
nothing to what I did," sad th
"I painted a leg of mutton oma aMM.
and It was so realiste that a ds a-
half the stone before he found eat tU
His Narrew Keeaps.
"I tell you, the closing of the st1eh
National was a mighty elo e a tr
"How was that?"
"Why. a friend had advised ma t
put my money to It and"-
"And you took his advalee
"No. but I would It I'd h ad a e.
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Qucney, December 22.-On account of
the delay in Isoing the programs for
the Florida e iatItito Association the
felewing information is given:
M oeasoationa convenes at Gaines-
VW, December ath, 6 The head-
eterw fthe o=aUtim will be the
w Boo ead the regular meet
e0 thpeeolation w0 be hebldat Zi
l The regular program of
the w 9.51P B A l extOnd fJ=m Decem-
w 0 to eesber 8A ilnehusive, and
eJa y lst will oseer the osotest
m*M s. Mhool ppikl for the medals.
eiodbythe Pus A clatisu The
. .*s oatimtle wllccuar on Tuesday
ftuMXM before the ular open
o : the massiaton. Wednesday a
taIe wWil ocar tie r ralar am
oa the kinder artan asocia the
hl ehool teachers' oc onnand the
t eacers' a eCiatm m Dr. Jas.
la of Baltimore, has been
I e r for te session.
Am-alaie Nofer, of Chicago, will
fe the kimdergartem amobdation
bdday afternoon. Edwin J rash,
Swill egiv aa mtertain-
mne tht. TheUnivei-

Balbred rates are very eatiafactory.
AM towes have been offered a rate equal
to See tare pluk e to Gahmeville and
emm, tikets babg oe ale December
a. d limited to Jam ary .
oa e effwed rates varying
om s.s to a per day. Reerva-
diM wll bemde fer **yM *pe ap-
eamtion to CptL George M. Lynch,
a further information ca be ob-
t tem fm W. H. Ruesell, Jasper, or
Ass Clark, Qnuisy.

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WilbUr Writ Ascea*d Three Ila-
dred ad Smxty Feet a-d Remalas
In Air Nearly Two Beers.

DRMANs, France, Dec. 18.--Wilbur
Wright, the American aeroplanist, es-
tablished a new world's record for heav-
Jer-than-air machines today, while tr3 -
ing for the Michelin cup, remaining in
the air one hour, 56 minutes and 609 see-
onds. The best previous time was one
hour, 81 minutes and 51 seeds. which
Wright made on October 10. The dis-
tance officially measured was 611 miles,
which does not include the wide sweeps
and turns made during the dight. He
descended because an oil feeder was out
of order.
Wright closed the triumphant day by
flying to a height of 360 feet in a strong
Wind and winning the Sarathe Areo
club's prise for height.
Artistic picture frames, at the lowest
price, for Christmas gifts, at Cor-
bett's. 39-tf


Preparatioms e h
delivery in Tallabseee l
date of a eta by
Wright, of Jaeksopv ,lh on e ea-
federate Navy." The tre be
splendidly illustrated
ber of friends i thtiso it who will
gladly hear him.
Chamberlain's lniment alne of
the most remarkable yet
produced for the relief e t
pains, and for lame bek, -sad
bruises. The quick relief m pas
which it affords In case of I--Msndm
is alone worth many times its est.
Price. 25 cents; large sies, 60 eests.
For sale by Tallahassee Drm Co.
Services at the Catholic Church Oa
Christmas day will be as follow : The
early mass at 7:80 and 8.0 a. m. High
Mass. with seron, at 10:00 a. a. Good
music is assured at this last servrie.
Pecans for sale by E. W.
Clarke. 42-2t


You want of the food you need

Kodol wil igst it. \
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You need a sufldent amount of
good wboleom food ad more than
this you Deed to fully digt It.
mla you na't alstrengMth, nor
em you strength yjm stomach If
it is weak.
You must eat la order to lv amd
maintain esth.
You muss not doiet w bsma the
body requires Va youet a sue t a
but amo" a otrf ragulerly.
But this food a0 M t eMbe
asd Itt mb be digested U.
Whee tObe Hpo-na ea'I ei,8I
you Nm o b .mm ln td 'wfl
heIlp the aiM .1
T" papr IwWy to detot eat
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Go to Your irqgI to #aya

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ma bomeI4 my. a" I"1" so
recveamys OW re t em
CM& willareftmi y"W y
without quo" ia
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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 206; Residence
phone 256.
Good shirting and dress calico at per yard...-......--.------..4 8-4
White Sea Island,peryard--------..........--....-------..--. 4 8-4 to8ce
ham per yard.--------------------------------- 4 -4
= &vle n per yard ------------------------------ 4 3-4 to lOc
of heLoom Bleaching per yard---....-.......----..-------.. 8-4
line of peral. per yard.--..........----------.-----. 8 to10c
S"M or difres goode r ya ......................9to60c
S ..,Niee liN e of Ladle Trimmed Hat at about half Price.
SSa or ............................................... 19
Meadeildm'shats.-............--................ 2to$1 00
Sboee for men ladies and children. Nice line of Lace
bnroidesee, Ribbona, Ac.
Good stoekingsand soaks worth 10 cents---..................------------.--. 1-2
All kindsf Xms Goods, such as To,.Dolls, Horns, Albums,
O aendGlassware. All kind of Fire Works.
A few Ladie-' Cloaks, 7e. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, and up.
A large f e men and boys panta, 26e to $8.75 per pair.
Underwear for ladles and men at reduced price.
Work and drssshrts at.---------..-........-..-........-...-..... ----- 26e to $1.25
BeDt grawlated msqar, e per pound, 17 lbs for---....--.--.... L00
t.--.... .-...--- ...--------- -- ----------- ---1-2
Spe qurt.......-------.......--..--..........-..---...---.....--. ------
8 bars oB seep for............... .................. ;..
Beetal, per ---------......-...-- .--..----------. 1
r lat ,l t d1, 25 lb buckets $8.50, my price----...... 160
Wilb ek Ied lib bucket e8.50, my priee-------.......... 10
Wine of,00. my Pree------------------------7
Wine or 1.00, my i---------------.................... 7
8tella-. Wy pies...............................
Foley's r ets, my priee------................ -
my** 00"e*- ---------------- so
Nubian T-------------------- *----,-- 40
Tt1Mulsome 0011" my price ------

M o n*-myPries-------------. 15
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Splace for fmdi aattle--that is, with proper
yot i bher! 1 grow tobameobt t bepest outlay, consistent
sI we el-lqa iyt. Why adopt antiquated and expen ve methods
to wmor o eatpy and scientifially. Wepresent an Up-the-
Sate i* all tqul ts, atri daced cost in. time, money and labor. in
Phospho- th Potassium Nitrates

Cntating no frs ac itdoi ha ve what you havt long been looking for.
Read what'proMaM say ofit, after thorough test.

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Growers, Packers and Dealers
In Florida Shade and
Filler Tobacco
Warehouses and Plantations: Quincy,
Gadsden County, Fla.
Savannah, Ga.
GONTLaUx-We have tested your
PHoasao-ALKALI tobacco fertilizer for.
uanla, sold us as an experiment last
year. an complete fertilizer for grow-
ing cigar leaf tobacco.
We are pleased to state that this
experiment was highly satisfactory-
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 same 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,
1). .1. Shaw, President.

QuiNCy, FI.A., October 10, 1908.
Savannah. Ga.
GENTLEMEN-We have used this year
two (2) tons of your Paosruo-ALKALI
on our tobacco plantation and must
say that same has proven up to our
S entire satisfatetion. We have given
your mixture a thorough test and can
highly recommend it to anyone who
wishes to produce a first-class burn of
tobacco, wfltrh 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.
By MaxJ WIt'elrs. Manager.

ArTAriLn,.. C \.. October 20. 1908.
VlB K turannifh. (}G^'
(GEIn P:ME---The special shade to-
bacro formula, tIimi'nlo-At.KAIr.' with
Potassium NNitr'ats. )pur(.lised from

you sad sed a y rop e 4 Mo
.clar le toa 'aad oa meme oth#
shade crops, ha proven perfectly at.
lactory. I used those goods in ean
section with Ome toe meal tatbe
proportions of 1.000 pounds of WPa-
nto-ALKAui to 3,000 pounds of cotton-
seed meal per acre, and think thil Is
the right proportion, as the growth
was entirely satisfactory, as well as
the burn, texture and all the other prop.
ertieo that a first-class, shade-grown
crop should have.
I feel sure that you have at last
struck the proper formula and one
that fully supplies a long-felt want,
and, as long as I grow shade tobacco
and you hold the goods up to the pres-
ent standard, I shall give you my
usliness for myself, tenants and cus-
As a further advantage that this
PHOSPIO-ALKALI has over all other
formulas that contain potash Is tlift
the other goods leach all the plant-
food out of the land. while this one
(Phospho-Alkall) adds to the proper-
ties and also produces a tobacco that
burns perfectly, which is all the use
that potash Is to the tobacco.
M. C. Williams.

J. C. ORD,
S.)otober 22, 1908.
ViRaoIIA-CA.umUnA CH iCAL Co.,
Bosvasah, OS.
GOwrutssz-ThewMtta color, theater
and weight came t all pf.~O e-
pectations, and in t
to Any crop 4 hav he'be *ed f
shaded tobacco. The wegt per
was fully one.bird moe toh -
I used other fertilers and a
fully to 1,450 pounds per acre.
I have nine (9) foot shade Afta
tobacco grew through the to
after it had been topped. The le
ran from twelve (12) to twe-ty-ftr
(24) inches in length. I coUlted a6
many as thirty-four (34) leaves to the
Talk. I used your PnIIOPmo-ALKA L
virgin soil. and of course theta
never been previous aa eat m
other fertilizers. I U. t
bacco. grown with ysur f
two weeks after plant
of my crop made with,
and it matured at the sme t a
growth up to harvesting was il.
form. Yours truly .

T. M. SCOTT, Tobacco Grower
8oLAND, FLA., October 19. 1908.
'evannah. Oa.
GWnTLMx-I am highly satisfied
with rests. The burn was excellent,
the eolor Id 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 In1 the
The results had by parties to whom
I sold was equally as favorable as
those obtained by me. I feel that I
can recommend your formula to grow*
era of shade tobacco.
Yours truly,
T. M. Scott.

Tallahanee Pressed Brick Co.
'October 21. 1908.
Savannah, Ga.
ORXTLt3xM-The results were so en-
tirely sasttactory that we, with pleas-
ure. add ewr.itlmony to the numer-
ous eMduM you are receiving
regarlI s o ttiuted by other
growers wl| l Shed it.

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The wias over 1,200
The burn was ex-
and texture very
interests with
Tobacco Association,
Hd our tobacco was ac-
the highest grades
by them.
me your PuowmO-ALAlU
all other potash mixtures

Very truly yours,
TarAJamAeh PaUseso BsICK Co.,
PW L. C. Yeager, President.

f'l County Tobacco Company,
Growers and Packers
October 21. 1908.
H. ,Savannah, Ga.
GirrTI.t:m :N-The burn, color and
texture of the tobacco grown with the
above fertilizer was satisfactory in
ery way. The heavy growth, to-
ther with advantages above men
oned convince tis that it is a desirable
fert liser.
Vory truly yours.
V. F. Balkcom. Manager.


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The Cannon Thati

Modernized Japan

By Herbert Kaufman.

lusn'es L;i no longer a man to man C
--ttic, )in which the merchant and the. pat
e, WiIh a personal bond, any more than
tic i; a hand-to-hand grapple, where bone
rtude and iinew decide the outcome. Tra
:.s well as war has changed in its aspect-bot
r now fought at long range.
Just as a present day army of heroes woul
.r c nuo opportunity to display the individual
v\.or of its meinbers, just so a merchant w
counts upon his personal acquaintanceship for:
success is a relic of the past-a business ded.'
Japan changed her policy of exclusion to0
foreigners after a fleet of warships battered.
down the Satsuma fortifications. The Samu-
rai, who had hitherto considered their blades.
and bows good enough, discovered that one
cannon was mightier than all the swords in,
creation if they could not get near enough to use
them. Japan profited by the lesson. She did
not wait until further ramparts were battered to
pieces, but was satisfied with her one experience
and proceeded to modernize her methods.
The merchant who doesn't advertise is pretty
much in the same position as that in which Japan
stood when her eyes were opened to the fact that
times had changed. The long range publicity of a
competitor will as surely destroy your business as the
cannon of the foreigners crumbled the walls of Sat-
suma. Unless you take the lesson to heart, unless you
realize the importance of advertising, not only as the
means of extending your business but for defending
it as well, you must be prepared to face the conse-
quences of a folly as great as that of a duelist who
expects to survive in a contest in which his adversary
bears a sword twice the length of his own.
Don't think that it's too late to begin because
there are so many stores which have had the advantage
of years of cumulative advertising. The city is grow-
ing. It will grow even more next year. It needs
increased trading facilities just as it's hungry for new
no :hb rhoods.

P But it wil/! n;' tr again support neighborhood stores.
Newspaper advertli.-ing has eliminated the strength of
being locally proiinicnt, and five cent street car fares
have cut out the advantage of being "around the
corner." A store live miles away can reach out through
the C,)hln.s of the daily neCWpaper and draw. your
next door neighbor Lo its aisles, while you sit by and
see the people your own llock enticed away without
your ein ahle to retaliate or supply ;'':w customers
to takec their pi,!tce.

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Omahundred tons ft Hay,
two hundred buosbel to one.
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WHEREAS. The Ohio G~rMan Fite Insurance
Compnyw. at Toledo. Ohio. embe. bm.Wuto Ween
aaathorixed by t:*Lr4 at Insurance Cuwmimia
siabers of anFleory aw o o
bualnem aoflsnuwmee o.Iuthe NOW* A;U&d: o
AND WHURECAS. 7Theld ashUade6sturance
ComI hae hbesem elenv edw' by the
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It is not a questionn of your ability to stand the
cost o(f advertising but of being able to suri'iv'c without
it. The thing \ ou have to consider is not only an
cxttc'sion of your business but holding hat you al-
ready have.
Ad(vertisin(g is an in;vcstint, the cost of which
is in the same proportion to its returns as seeds are to
the harvest. And it is just as preposterous for you to
consider publicity as an expense as it would be for a
farmer to hesitate over purchasing a jerti. acr if he
discovered that he could profitably in rease his crops
by employing it.

(Copyright, 190l. by Tribune Comnany. Chicago.)

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Public in general for their liberal patronage

during The Black Cat Sale as well as in the

past and wishes you all

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a n M-1r es the -t hasi* I
aaogat ever remehsd the wUrM'
try- 7,W,00o,0. The ga0al val ae
over ? is $200,000,000, and would
have bees larger had not the prices of
cotton and hay been low.
"Greatest of all crops is Indian corn,"
a o eary Wilma%. "the priceless
gft of the Iian. The prodiastion this
year is 2.648,000,000 bushels ; the value
1,616,00,000. The valueofthiscrop,"
he declares, "almost surpases belief.
This wealth that has grown out of the
soil in four months of rain and sun-
* shine, and some drought, 'too, is
enough to cancel the interest-bearing
debt of the United States and to pay
for the Panama Canal and 50 battle-
It seems likely that the cotton crop
stands with the highest three years in
quantity. In value, however, it is ap-
prently next to the highest and per-
hape equal to that For the first time
in the country's history the value of the
cotton crop, including seed, has ap-
parently exceeded the value of the hay
crop, which has hitherto occupied sec-
ond place.
The reatt hiy crop in history has
been harveed this year, 68,000,000
tons, or 12 pi cent. above the average
of the preedl five years. Its price
e J2.00 a ton len than a year ago, but
stil the farm value of the crop is
$621.000,000. In quantity the wheat
crop is 660,000,000 bushels, and has been
often exceeded, while the value is
$620,000,000, and has never been
equalled or approached nearer than
$F6,000,000. The largest rice crop ever
raised, 28,000,000 bushels, is this year's
with a value of about $18,000,000. All
cereals aggregate 4,329,000 000, a total
that hasl een exceeded three times,
but the value reaches $2 94,000,000.
or more than $300,000,000 above that of
1907, and still more above the totals of
former years.

Unfavorable weather made the pota-
to crop only 5, ,oo bushels five
p cent below the fiveyear average,
d evalse 9o,ooo I Am 18 per
eat above a ha never bee equalled
by a former rop.
For thea s t time, this ear thevalue
of alara anoam equals 6,00o,00. a
amd of thi t th corn rop about
I one-third wheat, hay and cotton make
mother third; and the mailerr crope te
reamainder, nearly one third. The hi.
.t ep value in comparison
S form r years a me hebld by corn, wheat,
all mrals, ptatoee nigar beets,
O Cc beet ugarad by
cow combifed. Next
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O asir7t tap Ker Mis AN
Blak, and uneT, J. brissaet werew
in town yestisitx
Mr. aid Mrs. V. Wlla. John
Alien and seao, Grover Mr. ad r. W.
H. Kbpkmns, Mr. aaZ Mrs. N.8. S. di
and ehildre. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Rawls
and son, have been i Tallaassee this
week from oar neigh brhood
Our friend T. B.Howell was vlsiti
some relatives and friends here ag
this week but has returned to Ravanna.
We hope to have him with us often.
Rumors whispers that we are soon to
hear wedding bell ringing for Tom, and
we wonder who the blushing bride is to
Miss Nora Allen is spending this
week with her;sister, Mrs. K. Harvell,
in Gadsden county.
Mr. H. B. Fletcher and baby were
the guests of Miss Mae Stoutamire last
Saturday and Sunday at Blixham.
Raymond Allen has just returned
from a two weeks' visit to his uncle,
Mr. Fletcher Bryan, at Spring Hill. He
went down to the coast also while he
was away, and regales his schoolmates
every day now with tales of the sights
at East Goose Creek and the light house.
R. B. Chambers spent a tew days
last week at Ocklocknee with his
The PLt. Braden school extends many
thanks to E. B. Eppes for the nice stove
he sent us last week. It has been pretty
cold to sit in school without a fire sev-
eral dayu this term.
Mrs. Fletcher will dismiss the school
this week for the Christmas vacation.
She will spend her two weeks with rela-
tives in Quincy, Mt. Pleasant and Syca-
more, where she will be joined by Mr.
Charlie Monroe, of Quincy. has been
a while on Ocklockonee river hunting
and Ashing here with B. S. Allen. They
report a nice time and plenty of game.
Leon Allen and his brother, Oscar.
are duck shooting on Fisher's Creek and
Moor's lake this week.
Our.debating society is prgrean
nicely and our next meeting wll decide
whether "Money or Friends" is the
sreaest bleminr to man. Come out
and elp uas whet our wits. In the dis-
cemion ot '*Corn and Cotton," corn won
the day, after a stiff argument.
Our average is holding up fairly wel
and we are anxious to know if we shall
have eight months this year as for sev.
eral year past.
Me"rry Christm" and happy Nw
Year to The True Democrat
Ft. BnuAJW 8Mo
HPrA eltaO .

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WW ef a Misionary Among a
Tra ke of Cannalbals
ili wtave mueb to contend
t10 dealla with the tribes on
. et the b*lands of the southern
FAige, tA.1 am reminded of an lno
leMft happmlag on a remote Island
at, te PiF prop whose tribe were
stU Staftneed by the savaary or
eannlbalM A German missionary
had maf e zellent prbgres toward
the enilgt ament of a trtbe of Rnv
ages Ina S Iterlor whe hbe wan tnk-
en Ill ad ftWeed to abaadon his \ork
and a.. fseuperatioo an a village
along tie espeat.
Dwltgllftabsence a native medicine
man rem idM in undoing all that the
good GeOfas father had accomplished.
The lattu was warned that under the
cireumstaaea it would be unsafe for
him to return to the scene of his Ia-
o upon hi recovery, but be decid-
Sthat bbi duty called him there, and

1Wismabka"pool" is so
P" awso d
we wuba 0- *lw&n
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Damn% UMs, chseie b
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epon regaining his strength he Jour- 1. P. P. Is a psum i m same a
need Inlaud to the village whose In- omot 01lU01,, b "ag up be I
bettn*tsf had gone over to the teach- a -es mmr. N -t ws wk a Ma
fagc of the medicine man. 'ti- d 7 ~P. .., 0i *
His reception was decidedly a warm
one, and be was Informed that unnle ss
be made a practical demonstration of
those of the medicine man he would Hi U
be converted in abort order into food -*
for the hungry tribesmen. He at once e'OuK SALE BY AL
realized that his life hung upon u
slender thread and endeavored to show Notice of Application for Tax Deed
to the savages by argument that their Given in Accordance with Sections
conclusions as to his edible qualities 574 and 675 of the General Statutes
were entirely erroneous and that they of the State of Florida:
should turn their thoughts to other __
kinds of food as well as to higher b- N, EOT I HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRI.
O o s sr Shin*. as xecutrix of theestateof R.
Jects. I A. Shine, Sr., deceased. which maid R. A. Shine,
His efforts were in valn howevt o r., was the purchaser of Tax Certifeite Num-
.s eorts we w vut ain, however, bered48& dated July the third, A. D. 1906. and
and Just as he was about to be struck now the said Mrs. Laura Shine, executrix as ore*-
down by the uplifted clubs of the chle said, hax filed aid certificate in my oeice and
maddown by thee uplpplton for tax deed to se in accord-
men In the tribe he happily bethought ance with law. mid certifleate mbraces the fol-
himself of the fact that his upper teeth Iow d e bedpropertysituatein Leon ounty.
"Stateof Florida. and in the City of Talhammee,
were false. Opening his mouth, be to-wit: T. C. Lot Numbered 240. N. A.
hastily extracted his set, dourished it The maid land bein asmessed at the date of the
hastily exracet, oured It issuanceof aid certificate ln thename of John W.
In the faces of his astounded oppo. Jones. Unle said certificate shall be redeemed
nents, and particularly the features of according to law tax deed will issu thereon on
the 28th day of Dece ber. A. D. 1908.
the medicine ln a. and, replacing the Witness my officialsignature and seal this the
teeth as suddenly as he hald extrncte 25th day of November, 1908. P ,,
[ .AL]. HENRY T. .ELK.L,
them, rebuked his charges in an 1man 40-6t Clerk Circuit Court, Leon county. Fla.
ner which can better be imagined thali

described. The tribe, believing thut I
be had performed a miracle In taking
out and replacing bin own teeth, drove
the medicine man from the village and(
restored the missilonary to his former
place as upUfter of their material and
spiritual destinles.-Washington Star.
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"Our whole family has enjoyed good
health since we began using D)r. King's
New Life PIlls, threo years ago," says
IL. At. Bartlet. of Rural Route 1, Gull-
ford, Maine. They cleanse and tone
the system in a gentle way that does
you good. 2-vi at all drugglits'.






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Go to Sweeting's for Christmas gifts
for your loved ones. He has there met
elegant and valuable line from which
to make selections. 4M-
The handsome line of Christmas nov-
elties on display at Sweeting's jewery
store is attracting much atte.
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Now Offers Two

Magnificent $350 Piaos.

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


1st Choice

Is one of the best sold by the Jesse French Piano Co., of Montgomery,
Ala., whose advertisement appears in this paper. It is a full asie 71
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding board, protected tuning
pin .ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, etc., etc. and has a supberbly
finished mahogany care. Its net (not list) value is S350.00. Its a
beauty to see, a melodious charm to hear! Go see it at
2nd Choice
Is one of the best sold by the Boston Piano & Music Co., of lowo City.
Iowa. Cote, C 28. This Piano is 4 ft. 9 in. high; 5 ft. 2 in. long. It
is built with the best material and by the best workmen that the
country can produce. Tone, its sympathetic quality, depth and re-
finement, are characteristic of the Cote tone. Finished in Mahogany,
with the Cote high quality and polished after the most approved
methods. It too is a beauty.
It is our desire to close contest with issue of December 18, so as to
award prize Christmas day, provided however that the vote w ill war-
rent us in doing so on that day.
After your name has been entered, which can be done at any time
during contat by placing name accompanied by coupons to the amount
of 100 votes in any one of the ballot boxes as follows: Capital City
Pharmacy, Holmes Drug Company, P. T. Nicholson's Jewelry Store
and at the office of The Weekly True Democrat. Vote your coupon
'weekly, those cliped from the paper, subscription coupons and those
received from th e merchants herein stated who issue coupons on all
cash purchases from them.
We, the undersigned Merchants of Tallahassee, FloridA.. hereby
agree to give coupons to cash customers good lor votes on th't True
Democrat Piano Contest, in which the True Democrat is to give away
two Pianos, as a First and Second Prize the basis for voting to be
one hundred votes for each dollar traded with us:

Dealers in HARDWARE.
Drugs, Stationery and Toilet China Glass an Granite Ware.
SArticles. China, Glass anil Granite Wan.
Will give one vote for every -Will give one vote for every
cent paid for articles purchased cent paid for merchandise pur-
from them chased from them

Gold, Silver and Cut Glass. DryGoods, Notions Shoes, Hats.
Men's Furnishings. Merchant Tailoring.
Will give one vote for every
cent paid for articles purchased Will give one vote for every
from him. cent paid them our merchandise.


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

J. D. C A Y, In y **Issue** The True.
will appear a voting upon ood for five
Vehicles ad mncs. votesto b.t forth lady ofyour choice
For new paid-i-edvaace subscriptions.
coupon. will be leased as follows:
.Will give one vote for every opoes w lb iw voteow
emt paid for articles purchased six mosth so votes
from him. Three. month 26 vot

. Votes will be counted at 6 p. m. on :the day before publication
each wek, dt seal of tho box being broken and the count made by 3
disinterested partitm, different people bei asked to serve each week.
They will attest the correetnes of the count.
1. No employee, attached or native of the proprietors of the
above named Arms are eligible to participate in this onateet, and will
participate isa so eaner.
2. la the event at a m uaders aman between candidate sr
thas ltem ted in this eonteat, eb dsrntrvwaj may be referred 1o
the e ,of the oteat, who alm e a the psema.qMsiM t
S. l athe evest a candidate deeldesto wbdaw fvos the rase,

9 Wum not ae Wowe to II wtoUs, IM& iealo

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Many writes. Indo ng e t
041da, have 1e4 Tel ing behbi
the unfinished .boos. One to th
bst known Is,.. at course, Dkken
"Ts Mystery of Udwia Drood," na
mathably clever @tWry, and one show
lag no signs of dimiashlng vitality
although he was actually at wore
Upon it up to within a few boars a
hH death.
hlelceus' great rival, Thackeray,
a.Iai. left behind him not one oilU,
but two unfinished stories. One a
these, "Denis Duval." promised 1t
rank with his beet work. Unfortunate
ly, however, he bad completed only
seven chapters when he was stricken
Scott, too, left a tale unended-'"Th
Siege of Malta"-wrltten while be A
on his last futle Journey In search e
health. This work has never been
published, although more than two.
thirds of It was completed at the time
of his death.
Then there was "St. Ives," left un-
finished by R. L. Stevenson, as was
"Zeph," by Helen Jackson, and
."Blind Love." by Wilkie Collins. Buc-
kle never completed his "History of
Civilization," although he tolled at It
for twenty years.
Among famous poems that were
never completed mention may be made
of' Byron's "DonL Juan," Keats' "Hy-
perton." Coleridge's "Christabel" and
Gray'a "Agrippina." Spenser's "Faerie
Queene," too is no more than a frag-
ment, although a colossal one.
Lastly, there ought to be Included
Ben Jonson's beautiful unfinished pas-
toral. "The Sad Shepherd," found by
his literary executors among his pa-
pers after hldeath and published In
Its Incompleteness.-Pearson's Weekly.

No Use For It.
Uncle Zebulon was on a visit -to his
nephew nla the big city, and the two
had gona to a restaurant for dinner.
They had given their order and were
waiting for It to be lled when the
younger man, who had'been glancing
at a paper that lay o0 the table, saKM
"By the way, uuclne d you ever
have cerebro-spinal De
"No," replied Uncle a
few moments' mental te-
question, "sod I donr d
rather have fried liver and a
day." .
A Big W rew DMver.
"I saw a crew drivebthe other day
that weighed 2,000 podd."
"But I did. though." 1.
"Where was ItT'
"In the engine room of an oCsan
luier."--London TIt-Bli.'

The Huealer.
"Do you believe that all thlans


to tilln who waits?"
"They may start for him, but am-
ally m-un maun who hustles overtaken
the before they get to the man who
walts." I- lnuton Post.
A svt'( slan of colds or a protracted
olId I" il' :vst certain to enid In chronic
'atarrh. from which few persons ever.
whollv recover. (Give every cold the
attention it deserves, anil you may
avoki this disagreeable disease. How
can you m nre a cold? Why pot try
('hrni ,.lain's Cough Ren.edyt? It Is
highly recommended. Mrs. M. White.
of Butler. T-nn., says: "Soveral years
aio I was bothered with my throat
an I lunv. Some one told me of Chain-
herlain's ( i'oh Remedy. I besgn
niing' it. and it relieved me at Otee.
Now my throat and lungs are aeed
ami wrIll For sale by Tallabasew
Drug Co.
Two young ladies 4easng a ies fp'
nished apartment in beellat neighher-
hood should apply at lluPark ave. *f
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Truth and


- wto theW slI-Iwn o~edIn
*Vik oflife" and m uend-o psnnaou
ons.and crWemitOW nabdisi. A.0oo
y.& it is nos dahwid U that UofhAp

km ~ value, but eds ci maqraom
why It is the be*t d perssisd Mfbamly'

whih I ats lIM6 ad Is -a

I~~rift o bIZ~ih*Id.
MIN ar bm~w afts t

elect. ways puui theJih'
mamfadredby th
CID.mi, 0* wwfw b by A k3ham
i gistA.


3m.elk atGood

ThhP t~ooat I

4nt Me Fdt ukabd


srodpg t for
list at WAamsa.
David Parker,. of layette, N. Y., a
veteran of the eivil war, who lost a
foot at Gettysburg, says: Wfhe good
Electric Bitters have done Is worth
more than five hundred dollars to me.
I spent much money doctoring for a
bad case of stomach trouble, to little
purpose.' I then tried Electric Bitters,
and they cured me. I now take them
as a tonic, and they keep me strong
and well." 5ek. at all druggists'.
hu rch Nics.
TriitaYIM. bCirek, outhk, L &. Pattesraon,
Pater.-1ervie A8Lad at11 a. m.and :7 p.m.
Juanior wrth LMe s, 8.00 p. a. Senior Ep.
worth Ias, 4&00 am. All membenb requted
to atted.a uTheU i ands*transomspecially in-
vited to RnmehipwithU
Prebyterl krehRev. W. W Ziegter .Pa
tar.-Rsular ervie w at 11 o'clock a. a., and at
7 o'clock p. a Sbbath school at 9:30 a. am.
Midweek smrvte e Wedmsdtay evening at ?:3
First iet.t Chbuk Rev. B. Prtt. Pastor.
avies: u at 11 a. m. and 70 p. m.; Bible
IL106 a. .*lunidor B. P. U.4 o'clock p.
treose oeiteo W Bedmame y evening at 780 p: m.
St. Jdm' ht Chureh: Rev. Samuel Mo.
ran. Retwr. 0els--m-t nday"and Holy
Dam. n Ua. Mnornle ys and irmon 11;
a. e vprtemum aron. :ae0 p.. Fri.
_a tMi mrvuhgpm and lecture. Re-
_day nliht after service. Sun-1

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T. B. BYRD & CO.

Tadhasee, Florida.


Merchant Tailor.

Cleans Panama Hats


Makes Them New.

Also Cleans and Puts in

First-class shape all

Kinds of Hats.

rviemarbekldevery Sun.
SWdnesday evening at
e As Cleaning Repahing and
asalwo reading
of sandU n
o AD ar Predg Clod M th a Specialty.
oheld Sunday morn-
rmh' mm D--- .a- I

^^^'W^f^Vms S ebs evey S9ua
d srat aldln th week a t a. m.
You should always remember that
inost cough and cold cures are consti-
pating. Yet the most Important thing
to do when you have a cold Is to move
the bowels. You cannot promptly cure
a cold until you do this. Kennedy'sI
Laxative Cough Syrup stops the cough
by allaylog inflammation of the throat
and lungs, and it drives the cold from
the system by gently moving the
bowels. Children Hlike It. for it tastes
nearly as good as maple sigar. Sold
by .Tallahassee Drug Co.

For SIle!

A fewlW fams. improved
andumpoVbd. in good locali-



Timnoing, P

Sheet-Metal Work

All work

in the line of

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

rons. .

Plumbino a Specially.


Two (2) well located
Lots, at Panacea Miner-
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d ASteO Pey ta Aey fa
.a 1878 he ased me t
to Binsagham' to on the
ad that alght I saw what I shall
SoesMer the pertIeton of et-.
betd boa wonderful In 1874; in
amwtar more wooderful." wote
In McClun's. "It ha een
when he had the adatawe
Oblla his Hamlet Improved.'
dak lW. se wae always quits
M t o the people wka whom
i The Buin. a S bhe
l aI wast Be played-I m it
I r m We players
t above that wsmkam, Nt It be a
nn our beat It is the pesre0 lat
-of some flnew arMt who
f the nature of thin, kMow
I esmpletely than ay one what we
what we do, what we feel. Th
Srom such a member of the
lmoe 1.. acre t t footlights to
ai a W&me. I felt It once whea I
i Olivia befom leaaons Doen. I
tat he felt It once when she play-
Msargeeitn Gautler for me."

The Tepeyturywem ef Relilien.
t the opening of King Edward VII.'s
parliament he bad to rep-t after
lord chancellor an bath whbch con-
imd in almost brutal words all
papistical. Yet bald aloft by a
taat peer for all Protestants to
__ee was a veritable emblem of
supremacy-a quaint little bon-
et crimson velvet turned up with
TThia la the cap of malnte-
"tsd so sacred ta It that no
but royalty may finger It. Thus
premier marquis, whose hereditary
t t It is to carry it, balanced It some-
Bhat after the fashion of a conjurer
a white staff. This cap was
ted to Henry VIII. by Pope Leo
SIn the middle ages it was held as
bolle of the overlord, only being
planted to vassals and feudatories
hs the lord wished to honor, so that
M1t1plies as nothing else could the su-
g dmacy of the pope over the kings of
S=B a d.-London Standard.
What Makes the Heart Beat?
-Professaaor Jacques Loeb. the celebrat-
ed biologist, In his book. *, Jnamlcs
Sof Living Matter." has showh that a
Strip cut from the ventricle of the
e.Uart put In a solution of chloride of
sodium will continue to beat for a
number of days, until putrefaction sets
1t. He says this can be done with an
ordinary muscle after it has been ex-
tirpated from the body. This would
w Uld to prove that the heart Is a chem-
I al maheine and tha t It es all due to
dmosal action. The muscular con-
tractia is probably du*e to the sabsti-
at oas of sodium for calcium salts In
tho eal of the muscles.
The diSculty of this theory is that It
doea "ot explain the control of the
muscles. It Is plain that the problem
of ntrl is not solved by the chem-
Ieal theory.

A Faire Chae..
Drima la the latest and most ap-
Pved motor cycling costume. with
S e all complete the motor cyclist
W i test-tooted his way by Regent's
peak toward the moa luddealy he
.dam.-, dismounted sad n ad to a
@mlA. gpbby urchin: '
"I ay, my boey, am I right for the
The beoy gaped at so strange a sight
sad thought It must be some new anl-
ad r tfhe -gares.
"Tou may be all right if thy he as
p ageW." he said when e could and
his tom.e, "but you'd ha' stood a far
better dhace if you'd 'd a talr'-Lom-
de0 Aswes.
Lewis Cerrell's Humer.
JLa Rglish magazine gives some
amusing pieces of Lewis Carroll's bu-
mor from the forgotten pages of Ox-
tord pamphlets. During the election at
Oxford in 1865 he gave vent to the fol-
lowing eUcldean definition: "Plain su-
perelality Is the character of a speech
In which, any two points being taken.
the speaker is found to lie wholly with
regard to those two pointa" A note is
aloo give on the right appreciation of
aminers: "A takes In tn books and
gets a third class; B takes In the ex-
amilers and gets a second. Pind the
value of the examiners In terms of
books also their value In terms when
oe ezamliatio is hoeld."
Sol iiteus.
An old lady umaccustomed to travel-
ih Imeess tly seated herself in a Lat
s carriage, although bhe only had a
thMa elss d ticket The guard, thtl-
w Me had ade a mistake. ppped
m-I bhtm tat the castf s aa m s16
". ast ep a
e me hiFo thra w. theW
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X YO Ul0W n0l yi s.
VuMW line of ........e article s- -
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Buy something worth the price, something to last. We apend a few
suggestions for Holiday Gits that will be remembered. -
The largest Ind most superb line of pcket knives and rasom ever played
in Tallahasee. Nothing moe acceptable to a gentleman than a pe i
pocket knife or a case of rars. .
Safety Razors:-Gilette, $6.00. Keen Kutter, $3.50. Ward.50. Lenders,
s$1.00. Razor Strops, Shaving Brushes Shaving 66 6 Scimssors in
cases. Fancy Lamps, Coffee Percolato Genuine Hava-
land & Co. China dinner sets, $18.00, .00. Porcelain dinner
sets, $10.00 to $25.00.
We carry the most complete line of Chinaand Crockery in the city, in pat-
terns that are absolutely new and exclusive. We ell any part of a set. Vases,
Bric-a-brac, odd pieces. A beautiful array of hasome articles. Space alone
limits the endless number of articles we could mention, however, our stock and
prices will please you.


0 The Most Complete Hard Ware Store in Middle Florida.

For Sale--A Dwgab! DIIISRO T
For Sdo- -A w w! PS BOOK STOR

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. Col&*.
True Democrat Office.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,


General Repair Shop.
Hone Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experie .

A portion of the pblile
pmtreaM Is soelketed
amd smttstfaetOa dwa s.





School looks
and Sppls
I have in stock ,every
Book and Article needed
in all Schools.
To enable me to sell
goods at the closest pri-
ces I have decided to
sell strictly for cash.
I solicit your patronage
on these terms.
Bookand Stationery Stme.
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Wood! Wood!

I am prepared to funiah
Wood in any lengths. Hard
Wood and Pine.
Yards, 94 West Teonessee
Street. Tallahamee, Fl.


Write quick for this
&,0 wfl' buy you a beautiful haM.
Loati beat in town. Firat i elR, lM s
502 Riverside, Jauksmvfle, o .




Fancy Goods


Throughout The


issAdde Gard,

Tallamam Florbda
November, 190I.

Om id Two-borm
AT $. N Ia mm.
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The Waverly Plantation
of 420 acres pecan trees,
pear trees, tenant hous-
es, and the finest Live
Oak Grove in the State.
An ideal site for a home,
two and a half miles
from the city, place
fronts on both Meridian
and the 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
Gremwood, S. C.

Dr. Armtrong straightens croeeyea
without knife, nd overcomes all forma
of eye trouble. Office, 9 Laura street.
Jakdusouvile. 4
For rent, two furnished orunfurniah-
ad rooms, electric ights, bath priTvi-
lages. Apply at 112 L McCarty
tret 40-tf
Nearly everybody knows DeWitt' Lit-
tle Barly Risers are the best pilli
made. They are small, pleasant, sure
Little Iver Pills. Sold by Tallahas-
aee Drug Co.

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With the Goods.

A Fine Supply of Diamond

Broaches and Pins.

Everything Engraved Free of Charge.

Pretty Christmas Cards Given with Every Purchase.

Call and see my complete line in all branches.


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Mrs. 8. was In a Richmond hospital,
and she was lonely, so welcomed the
advent of a very black and very lan-
guid maid who came in one mornlug
to wipe up the floor. Some one new
to talk to, so no time was lost.
"I have not seeu you working around
here before. Aren't you a new girl?"
Edmonla willingly let the cloth slip
back into the bucket and sat flat upon
the floor before answering.
"Yas'm, I's new. I'a Jest wakhln' up
de floor. But I don't work. I's edji-
"And where were you educated?"
was the next question.
"In a seminary." Then. with a burst
of confidence: "There was me an' an-
other girl working' in a house. She was
cook, an' I was chambermaid, an' we
had great times about who would git
-- de price, but I beat" Then. after a
pause, "She was easy to beat, 'cause
she got smothered to death with gas
de night before de 'saminations come
off."-Cleveland Leader.
A Pair of Poeta.
Hearing a noise in the street before.
his house one morning, Robert Brown-.
Ing the poet, went to his window ad
saw a great crowd gazing at somg
OChinamen la gorgeoes costeses whe
were Just leaving their cang 1to
mount his steps. Premntly tbeX re
announced a thei Chinase miner at
the court of 8t. James and his sait
A solemn presentation having taken
place, Browning said to the latergeter,
"May I ask to what I am aisdbMte for
the hoMer of hb *pe"m *x s f er m tr
ThM fUm rew ftpU4 *Hi s2B"10
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An Awkwar4 Player.
In 1008 King James published his Cty A ow aOem nts.
famous "Book of Sports" and, thinking
to render the Presbyteriau form of "a"l fe of &00o in advance for Announce-
worship less rigid, ordered that cer- mnta under this head.
tain of the spurts therein commended FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
should be played iu the several church- semnt City Tax Collector havikn pub.
yards every Sunday at the close of *0 d t" fact that he would not arain enter the
divine service. John RIosa. a minlaise lCy Teaanctomfriends andthoc ofTal
of Blairgowrle, adopted a novel method Oses that I w bea emadidato for the oMffeof
of withtandinll bg the royal orbefore the City Dnot
of withstanding the royal a % a~r,.nddoNseiit the supp@et of a white
He was a strong, athletic man and nmoUiati citisos at llaU.aise- pn miin to
give vrY best attostiom to the business of the
seemed much interested in the N0ee- I nomiatedand elected.
tions enjoined by the monarch. Foot- V7 r~ arH. McLu.
ball was selected by the parloleme .
of Blairgowrte from the list of "Sun- To the Democratie Voters of the City of Tala-
day games." When the ervies of the hassle:
Having dsided to make the ac in t in Oeming
church were complete Mr. Re" ap- apm cp bi.. i herIby mke
peared among his people In do chu!ch- b theb. eWa -reasaw nh quest my
friends i son. of TWahoee to give me
yard and joined the in tr t. their Iwillstrivetomake you mafaithful
None of the aamblage ktd ow e and q Aity 'x Collector. it you will elect
eagerly at the football thas dit the ,e-very respectful.
reverend Incumbent Bt constant0. J. PUILLU'a.
misfortune seemed to attet him. Ev-
ery kick missed the ba b tell beavi- Nee.
ly on the ankles of tha who stood
near. Apogies were" omptit ten- MN 18 HERBY OIV THAT I,
.,, JensMA. Bell.aRlteeivrof theCourt. have
deed and. of cotmee, received, though taken imat of all ts mwper. asets ad
every Su day many of the parshion. e=a s ef the Cepitl Publihing Comany. and
11 1 w N a ees wesim of the same. ANpems
Snturd hbomb hating. ipally It am aisPtedst to istertr with aya o
was agf that on adwt of the tt m or m oor ts t ep2aSmyfr.
minstes O awkwaI tome games a7 of them dIL
l elId s tmand. ThNms the shIn- &m b'sEswkb,"i trans.
soao kh s Td ia ied and pre-m 4t JAM A. DALL. Resolver.
vTMe toIlmy with the obnoxious "-r-*
orde. In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
dicial Cirit for Leon County, Flor-
Ww*er Met r. k. ida-In C y.
Then m 4t kI the laying room aSesh "0t irnt v Robert Al.o.
Isd a aIn s ow tones IN AN MADO AraR my
,whes the witsfe of a at s_,t.
I tb. saw ad .0 is
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Dematured Variety May New Be
Made Legally.
years ago congre passPu a
ftakli the Internal revenue tax
d matured alcohol. Thn btll was
with the aid and by the In.
of farmers, who were led to
that thib bill would help them
a hard question of light and
LMay of them thought that after
bill was passed the average farm-
ewould be able to make alcohol on


te farm at a low price and that he
iOld use this alcohol in place of other
The result has bIen disappoint-
to such farmers. The price of al-
is still so high that It cannot be
In place of wood or coal. At the
the bill was passed many well
-me farmers all over the country
bared that the alcohol industry would
"Ie much the same as the beet sugar
Siftnsu -that It would not be made
4 the all farms, but concentrated
i the factories, where farm produce
is brought, very much as sugar beets
ie- brought to the factory or milk oi
- m to the creamery.
There s still, however, a demand for
Sa smU distlling apparatus, but so
be U thta of practical use has been
ad tle ttis country.
Fe hiAtattiosa given herewith are
Sak & fMtam a French catalogue and
sow two devices for making alcohol
t smaRl quanities. They are popular
Siranme. Thaess pictures give an idea
6t the way the machine are operated.
2 s401 "eas appear to be pretty
deee to to s but there are larger and
me aznpeaive devices which are real-
ly pmctMaL
A great deal of the alcohol making
Is Frame appear to be 4oa by tray-

ding distillers, who So from place to
place very much the sem aso grain
thrasbers travel In this country. They
will go to a farmer's place and work
\ apples, potatoes, beets or other mate-
sial Into alcohol at a stated price. It
Sis dobtful whether this method will
S Ie practical n this country 9or a Sood
maSy years, as the condm^de here ar
very dUfereat from those on the other
tie. __
Weed eeds In Mteo
s wonell kMown ta there is on-
by the pe rcase sf mo "aid
ether 1 ee lmWBg st L

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manime sx e asO sons in a Dam-
yard betp -ad for a short while to
piaes, when shipped In carload lots
trom cities, It was found that nl the
At ea there was no danger and In
the second case lttlb danger of dis-
tributing live weed seeds. In thi ex-
pertmenats n which the weed seeds
were fed to yearling steers and the
manure handed in vauous ways it
was found that-
Phlt.-Where the manure was haul-
ed directly from the stable as a top
dressing an average of pnly 12.8 per
cent of he seed fed germinated.
econd.-Where manure was hauled
directly from the stable upon the land
and plowed under 28 per cent of the
seeds fed to animal came up.
Third.-Where the droppings remain-
ed on the pastura fields unadulter-
ated as they fell an average of only
8.1 per cent of the seeds fed to ani-
mals germinated.
The results Indicate that In general
It is safe to assume that the vitality
of weed seeds is destroyed In well
rotted manure.
A Disease Which Threatens to e.-
eome a Serious Matter.
The name dry sot Is derived from
the way the ears are affected in the
field. "In general the busks tend to
turn prematurely yellow to sooty, and
the ear becomes partially or wholly
shriveled and much decreased in
weight Sometimes the ears remain
upright with the husks closely adher-
ing to them. In other cases the shanks
are weakened, and the affected ears
hang limp from their attachment, or
the diseased condition may not be de-
tected until the husk Is removed."
There are several kinds of dry rot,
due to different causes. The most
common and that whichin has during
the past two seasons caused about 90
per cent of the damage in Illinois Is
due to a fungus known as liplodla
maydls. Ears infected with this fun-
gus "shrivel up more or less. darken
In color and become light in weight."
The kernels are also shriveled, very
brittle and loosely attached to the cob.
The fungus penetrates all portions of
the ear, kernels, rob and husks and
produces many dark brown, two celled
spores which serve to propagate the
In the case of the diplodIa disease
and quite probably in that ot the other
forms the fungus perpetuates itself
over winter on the old diseased ears
and old stalks. It Is not usually diffi.
cult to find throughout the summer in
old cornfields, where the disease has
previously prevailed, many pieces of
old cornstalks which are infected with
the diplodis fungus. Stalks known to
be two years old have been found still
producing spores. During moist period
spores oose from these stalks In abun-
dance and are blown singly or tn
masses long distances, as has been fre'-
qnently demoontrated by experiment.
The fungus does not. according to
present knowledge, grow upon any
other bhost and upon developing corn
only on the ears. Not so much is
known of the other fungi here con-
earned, but since 90 per cent of the
rot is due to diplodla less attention
need be given to them. Diseased eare
are fruitful eourees of subsequent In-
fection and should be removed as
promptly as possible. This can be
readily done. at the time of husking
If not before. Keep them In a separate
receptacle and burn them as soon as
practicable. In addition to this. in
fields where any considerable amount
of disease has been found, the stalks
should also have attention, whatever
crop sto to follow. Something may be
gained by carefully plowing them un-
der and leaving them well covered, but
burning may be required even If this
is otherwise bad procedure.
If the first suggestion is always tol-
lowed and the others are put Into
practice whenever necessity demands
It, these serious losses may be prac-
tically prevented.

An Alfalfa Harrew.
The culture of alfalfa bas now
reached the point in this country where
It is creating new lines of Industry
aside from the growth of the crop. A
convention of aflfta mllers was re-
ently held In tKans. Many people

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m know ount the
B r s- Bany oX b h

it R to th =Bomillers, Is
Sthae market, while the

f. Waaa. "
Is the cltma o th e rAp aiee nqw
, tools and ethr being reeMd.
In the. Bosthwo t particultly It has
been found desltMel to work the al-
falfa over with somao shallow working
tool vthleh will e*p up the ground
without cutting o' tbe crop, so as to
prevent Its spreUtn A recent bullo-
tin from the Arulsa station disacusses
thbi matter. The proper kind of disk
harrow In that eeuntry not only
qulcketst up the growth of alfalfa and
destteug a large unbOer of weeds, bol
also helps detroy m0 Insect enemlas'
by turning up their egg so that they
are destroyed. For aeme time the or-
dinary disk harrows wre used., but a
new tool is .now being operated, in
this tool spikes or teeth like those
used on a tooth harrow are fastened
to the disk, so that Instead of cutting
the surface, as a disk harrow does,
these teeth chop up and turn over the
An Expert Farmer.
An exchange says a young man asks.
"What would you advise a young mas.
raised on a farm who cannot stasd tht
dust of baying and thrathblng and is
most too light to do heavy farm work
to do?"
Gardening, floriculture, Doultrv rals-
ing. civil engineering-all are good. If
be is built for an expert, there are liad-
scape gardening. inside decorating and
a number of other good occupationp
open to bhn.
The young man who is built for an
expert-that Is,. oou who toi naturally
bright, careful and painstaking-will
succeed In any of the above or In al-
most any other occuation. He will
have to learn the business he selects.
He cannot learn any of them from a
"correspondence school." He needs a
practical Instructor who can show him,
and the way to become an expert Is to
begin at the bottom and work up. thor-
oughly learning all the details as one
goes along. The expert Is always in
demand, and be commands the top
Whatever vocation a young man goes
Into, he should be thorough as be goes
along, always keeping his eyes open
for better ways of doing the work be
has In hand. All vocations are crowd-
ed with ordinary workers. but there's
still lots of room in the upper ranks.
The Vine Slight.
Several inquiries from New England
were recently received at the depart-
ment of agriculture asking for reme-
dies to prevent or cure the bitht that
destroys cucumber, melon sad squash
vines and referring to the wetl.?:.own
disease very prevalent AIn-qlea
of late years and which causes
ently vigorous vines to suddenly
er and did within a few days
beginning of the attack.
According to Dr. B. T. GaUoway' o
the bureau of plant Industry, the UU
is prevalent all along the Paelft eMei
The germs of the blight are carrld:
an insect. *e recommend that
vtnes should make a steady father tlg
a rapid growth and should be plael
on ground containing a large amo|
of organic matter, adding also nittluge
In the form of nitrate of soda. 8pfr
ing the plants with parts green and
bordeaux mixture such as s used for
ptatoss kDls the Insect which carries
a blight and prevents Ita punetarlmg
the leaves apd admitting tlhe fujnu
of the disease. As a means of preve,
tison It Is recommended that the erMps
be grown on fresh ground each year.
Potted Strawierol.
At this eason of the year there -a
always a number of Inquiries with*"
gard to potted strawberry plant Tm
Idea is that extra stroaM plants san he
grown by plunging pot toe ,the "
ground and setting the young plan
into these whle still attahebed to the
mother plants. Thmese pottaD nralltas
are then transplanted to permanent
beds tn August or stember nd an8
expected to yield a crop the feflowtag

year. Practically one year is thus :
saved In tha production a straw.
berry crop. The vai ot ea thod
can be pretty accurately set ferth I a
dosen words. It Is lasstd g play fort
amateur gardeners, but am- .n stfad.
lag tn commertal strawbany eouitua A
It is never undertaken ea s eo a pme-
elal scale. But to small ardmsa where
the run of tgowtng thbm s qutj I
the market price of the produce W
planted potted strawberry pikts mys
he cordially recommeded. Theme
facts account for the smMI apeWp
sane of the ptt p lote t ~ tlow

wha ITe sot yet

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from year to year. alou s wfit a sda
crp of sagUawbe M sOfts louatebs a
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The Wisked Huebead.
"Why does a man lie to his wife["
asks a woman writer. Dear me, does
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to Roes county filed an
ailat A. C. Croom,
W. V. Keen, Tr-es
toof Fo46a, t the Cir
of Leo en aty, aeeknlr t
rm p Mying out aopt
Revenue Fund of tih
a tfkm of certain clama
the State, claimla. that the
esebls of Santa Rons county anc
e ies were entitled to priority)
from said fund in aid of
which had become entit
Stosab aid by compliance with the
of Chapter 6881 of the Laws of
0. The bill name specfcally th
tolsIn Sa ta Ross county which had
compiled with the terms of the set, and
~re entitled to such aid, and alleged
that tie Comptroller had refused to
draw warrants on the Treasurer for the
'um of money which were due. On a
S n the Judge of the Circuit Court
e te mnpory injunction, and an
al to this court taken from this
t Appellees attack the constitutionality
of Chapter 5881. Laws of 1906. upon
Which this suit b based. Sections one
and two of said act are ae follows:
Section 1. That every public school
in this State, maintaining an average
i daily attendance of eighty (80) per
owetum of the total number of pupils
derolled in such ahool, during the reg-
ular term as now provided for by law
shall receive aid from the State in a
aeOun esu ient in each case to maintain
school for two (2) months in addi-
I to the regular term of such school;
that no school now or here-
ir lreleivng aid from the State under
K 1t provisions of Chapter 5206 of the
SFlorida shall be entitled to the
H2s. in order to receive aid as
in section one (I) of this act
Superintendent of Public
of the county in which the
school. entitled to receive
!-a lbe located shall within ten
Bt the expiration of the regu-
f s ch o sbeol Ilie with the
:of Educatlo. .a certified
I 1 reports of such school show-
Sgaily. upon
heib be po bed by the
**4iW1 of ucatl. Uo re-
i mi report the State ard of
if stised that all coadi-
Ihave bebw ,let complied with,
mak req ition upon the State
for the amount due such
Founder the provisions of this act.
Ar"tle 13 of the Constitution of 1886
Hwlth the subject of education.
aoMe the follow sections:

i T." State School Fund,
of which shall be exclu-
to the sp t and main-
Sfree s, shall be
f-lthe f w sources:
eoeed H lan that have
eM ay hereafter be granted to
by the United States for pub-
othe State when the part
ef cheated property

Scent. of the sales of
are not or may here.
Oewed by the State.
m 8. The priepal of the State
d" rsoall reiand to

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porated town or city may constitute a PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
school district, and how the:money,
raised by section 11 may be expepded. Gro. P RANEY WK. J. OVEN.
We are of opinion that qsdear. tion P RANEY & OVEN.
7 of Article- 12 the apple -t and OVEN
disribution of the Sta i nd ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
therein authorized to. j TALLAnAM FLORIDA.
contemplates only ".-M-ULEc .--
and distribution upon. M. AUSLEY, M. D.
ties as units of such a om nc IN TKELPHONE
distribution, and not upon tite bede of & T3LOGRAPH BUILbIMG
particular schools, as s uh units. This NxT TO LiARY. : :
section expressly says that such fund. --
which includes all the sources of that Home Phone 268. Office Phone .
fund, shall be apportioned a&n diatrib- JOHN L. NEELEY,
uted for the support and mitevwwe _JON, L NEw,
of public free schmooi anong thseveral .T......A LA.
counties of the State Staten proportion to .. "'
the average attendance upon schools in TALLAA U .. FLORIDA.
the said counties respectively. The
first section of the actof 19M-. Chapter AP A Ra ,SITNci,,
881., plainly ignores the provislan of CHEAP AD K ISIN6
the constitution and undertakes to make
certain schools in the State with aa 5 CENT R LINE

average daily attendance of 80 per cent
the beneficiaries of the seact, whereas An lfllra-l" U .T
the constitution conteinmplates that the s1s6sie OWm
counties respectivelym a be the recip- *
lesta of the f .ad For this reason we ,. _, ..,
think that Chapter 5881 of the laws of fos -seltd Viord'
MO6 is clearly un oWp-tltutioqalmi ned b pr ic. CA
We dee it proper alWso to say, with- ORJ.H. Jw aR24Ws
out meshing to poitie in- s,0Fla. ?
ion we have serio doubt whether of New Cone Pal
unjer the conititttiop the le.rluature th;7' is o"c
has authority to distributthe General Ms.
RevenueFund, or any part of it, forth I No Reed to send
support and maateance of publ fe h for ubberf tampf.
se oohi. .WI I as r goad an the
The oemer i affirmed.te
8ako C. consad.,
I.F. _a a i^.n ..ritig
Whitfieh.u Jda.b
UTTL! -g o w IMt M*from "io yr
__, li whspape prrted Letter.
_+__----:-e_:: lT:i~ee --_ ,g 0-Phone Dr.- J. H.Butt,.
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l.arge i* n.-- _-um a m oetioes am rOnia m oe i a$
mrptrm _P SLus?^ it,-*A1 I it hthtbe wo to rm
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To My Fri0 nds

Before the present year
with the memories of its
fruits passes into history,
and before we cross tke
thresholds of the untied
one, which is soon to face
us; right now when the
spirt of cheeruflness pe-
meates the air; when the
bells chime "'Peace *O
Earth, Good Will to Men.I
I wantto sayto my frie
I thank you for your pat
ronage, y ou r influence
your confidence and your
good will. du g the pM-s.
ent year, and I hoe, with
an unchanged pocy, to
merit the same for the
comn year, a.ttin t1
meantime I wish you all a
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stockings with the black bows. Their
Their Odd skirts reach scarcely below the knees.
It Is the fashion to wear several stiff
trict In skirts, which stand out frou the per.
l|-llon of the aon much In the manner of the hoop C VtX e I
t an inter- skirts of our own grandmothers. Op)'
in regard to their heads the girls wear a funny
g ika customs. little pill box sort of bat, to which are
we pea* in the valley of attached broad bands tied under the T
HM SlBe Thei the alley chin, completely concealing the ears.
S Thb e chwalmer The boys and girls have an outdoor
*ear a r round hat or cap dance at Christmas when the weather
mt brIl o vitoMr. It resembles In favors. EachvllIIpl4 t a favorite danc-
P a s hTe box. hey wear; Ing ground where young people gath-
at Ocot wlth skirt reaching be- er for the fun. The boys stand In a semi-
circle, while the girls line up to await
their partners. Everybody maintains W
a dignified silence. Finally one boy
steps forward to the maiden of his
choice, lifts his arm and bows pro-
foundly. Each of the boys In his turn
then goes through the same ceremony On ever
of choosing his partner, who is his for
the day. Then begins the dance,
which s vigorous and hearty.
A Christmas Race. Su
Here Il a new sort of three legged
race which does not require all the
trouble of tying your racers together GET BUS
and Is very much better than the old GETBUS H
way. In fact, girls may go in this
kind as well as boys, with no fear of
hurting themselves, and two nimble
girls stand a very good ebance'of beat-
Mg two bos too..
All you have to do is to grasp tbe
raised left ftt of a rompauMan, wo
bops alonlu t frdt ot you. It afIy
a r of op, and the bet hopper
W Is sT AMo eq3U 4Mt Mf i Za Cbristmas gift as a
NM j -i jr poe fllla to m &at all for the
a behind to rainM Hfrost

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line of untain Pens $1.00 to
Copyright Books from $1.50
L't |line in Tallahaisee.
T all kinds. Poems from all
from 50C to $4.00. .
,. all and see my line before buying

You cannot fail to be suited.

4 .

P. T. Mickler Store.


You will find a beautiful line

of Christmas Goods, Fine

Candies, Fruits, Fire Works .

and a complete stock of.Fan-

cy Groceries.

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Your' Good Money

Down under the paint

and varnish is the real

vehicle-the thing you

pay your good money

for, and on the quality

of which your satisfac.

-tion depends. The price.

-of our carriages


buggiles is no more

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There wee people t
There were people
All, were scream
Were brought y

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Firt came lN' Cinder *
With her p hadom fellgw
Mother Goom and Si &.amon;
In their ke the Pea.f--.

&uavge and
hofen kaiied~
Boots, so vriW~ me
I by threere bhd. mii%,F

The -ie naughty t
All K carlde wuelm;
Sweet- 'and Little Boy Bhs.,
Red Ri Hood and the bad
wolft', t r-

Jack, whose beas r&i rm so g*
And the old woa sa who sw' the
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Jack Hoqer, l aglew,

Dame TMt
That lived I
And many
Had I but.

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The man who does up-to-date

repair work promptly. ,

All my repairs are doie by A

thereby assuring my patrons ofiI
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This much to tell you wdl
They each and all brought
To f611 the cupboard o'er *m
In fact, their gif bes rIwI
On every chair and tabik -'
Some article of daily foo -

Till Mothers. ,
A restan place for r
While wii
For fear ofbreaki* or eggs.
Ad. as for all tl OMpany.
They had to *ad outde, you ae.

-vat, as the had to lea, quite
the cow jump A'er e
It did 14' least.
But what..Amout6desvrajtouia feast.
laide t6e coftap? Must I tell

Tw-hu .lmg4 stle andate *
And ro .~A +4hecmnt fat
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Cabinet and all size work done "

A Nice Line of Kodalk.,s

and supplies always in stock.

Kodak developintad priat in

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