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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: June 25, 1909
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: VID00227
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
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LYl JUNE sk1901L

NO. 18.

JUstice to AD.4psclmlPaiv kg to None.


papen of
"West ol

~~ aa qaatra
were Ito pseaed
I~ad k d-
After te mpta
se ~ O ft" f dwee iawpeab
MOM tU&0*t e peopl
~atm~nm:~:ecwo th -

*0 vot.w on ANN*gusow" it W"s
~ae wt ~eor" reioed by Jack.
aemul. s.*Utla ad 0Os19a cl
gemaeWavr"eeteal toIge vow a-
~Us~reme.wheee father was
easew~aWU W riwftgreat
som w ralrmves." Wis er
ambl 2aarwez eplausM at We Urn
Ia bam IWO amral et e&putsmi

isdeodw eeanother
U. AsAguatimelo-osed
Mmi eha gotetime thi


" ~~tib ~i6 h AkMulOatty
kmm SO gsreetrdvM ams*eka
hIVe rwe jotemst nortel
&W web ve the
~ tha majwlt *I th
of blabe uOp Ia'

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~beOS te pe"0olef Wwe
0:2:MbW Of yeNrewhoa IL
of U"stagvramoat,
thm aeWleg'dowin
bm smasm AlgI=

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dehe~s~ ~ Ammtlee~i
se ase Us"adm#bSup-at Dma
M 'CaL, m J*3S hr a alma

Inmb"Iesso ftehob-emayOak-
vemtleak,reeo 1 iiitoequalis
scwl"damegram kvdw cmvim.

?b*e ft dor*w asthe
Iwbole sUbt e el toto
4OmAtry. Wit o~to ,but
WWO teim mI vaesta.

no I

their rat;
m mmbam


at Mthe
kwohieb aMae
e tmhe ladin
my habaslasad
lito point of
PtioMenv, etlo.
kgftsons of all
t, Well mas
ht. director
Iem of cooper.
ts of toter-
= p. Me.
petankm, and Ia
i viaitcr should
the Western.
0 1ngland, id
mager Amoia.
.d-t"ip ratw
hir respective

me; -L W. 7
lit of shao
Val OGrmm,


tead" esad Tfach Sea as Eval
sawr Ime eNw$ After cemmill
e of bSee@&
Te Tree Demerat sated la t iweak
t the mthre Mbood houedo broaughmt by
Sheriff Hoetom from ilfed Ga.,
qe sm taetory. We wew mislm.
fOd, ford theSheri ff as thy are
easdlily beM and of great vale.
The hoM of Mr. Rooks, who Nve a
few mis eat of the city, we. h r r.
leead lMay tlght. Niae m i after
the sleMdo .es thM r ot eI:e ee
e trW a ef ste ealp0 of anet, It
wltheat a babble maotil the aspted
we. arentd.
It i wy eremaitei that eab dogs
hawe b61 o1elfed, torth embfrim.

HhWbat .0m t 1the

o o
E@M m ftm m

"ismt thee wqb l wMA o~e

may b whes" the
YsepIediaem Is iti l- M
tewal pge. may de l m here th
the galet a m Ire t of sematioaal
"If yu like muoso ad pretty pie-.
tab a, yan hv them at your wi
bygeelug early em the famand
aU -.I.e S uqa of the Mrd. ad
al the smas ad senaeds of aure's
a eM. T ou --e heario tihe eMi-
ie, the we m ad the h s-th
og hik-- "a IN lme mcr e amu
tWer tead. TeuaborwMthevaleatthe
te-em the boys or ate hid head draw
we, for the stoek ad ke. for
the day The as the arestugM
leam of lght tries down rea the i-
Me aedt, ye e ma the .re aMd
batiste f aeBatr i day. Al d
al of It is west M r e peaemd
jay-as we lad o t A mWtamee wBat we
ave left it and pie tor it g aim.
We know a ma who was "raised" em
the farm, and his r-seelletie of It aren
vy tnder. He remembas a typa elW
,raLmg in tM spriea tim. He rmse
irth te dawo-it wa his bOW am- to
do A hed e in a emdlek oeaf Sr-
rand Av" atesWe b rebe i Mfinad a
mateb. Theb he west to the hor
let "to feed." It bad bees reming
thke alct, Uh trams wo d and
Ue thwoomter was M --rer thma
Swee a wl wet, drily. drosly
mornaeg, ad m t em not be
"pi" tamt day. and the med Ia the
here t, iwhme the pi nd the miles
had romped wal sls ix M eedp. The
reotes we spttlMlw em the mbs
of trees with tlrhei Midden. with
out te lightest dpeltaoem to erew.
NeodM theM ases "egl1h" there wao
*aery a horse," ms to say, me they w
all maes, three of tim.
After tI a -at the lateh ad wrest
in w s"tabdw r lemW dh th rai
I su ed to swell, eM after skiMlIng
the back of se head It was to limb
lat the le ft Md dig around for three
bauadle et fodder for each male. Then
it was togoto tMeorb. 100 yardsis
eat, Md gt *Ighteme ubbrn, after
atyl "M tv1'weMtri that he Md the
erib &WlI N pteo. Tm came the
trmerMee ofthe o a to m the moes,
As* t Old a nmd Mike It was ee
bt only a ktMfl male marl mer
vagmu e lW thw all O fthat yuegm
P ml e-amid yet It kad to be does.
Peto was weodellaly heady wmoh Mis
beels and wee no reepctor of peons,
so that fedting hti wa4 the Me mate-
ieal performance on that farm that
really thrilled and warned. Ah, how
keem waM the oy oi I alt e around
Pete in the *taela with a bupdle of fod-
der I onoe hand, al subbims in the other,
s th desperate attempt to be eerer
ho frot tham hi ar. Pete's motive
in kickIngwe merely to have a little
One did mot bear the little birds twit.-
tor; they were bay In the garden eat
efftyoue9 peaaSeandmdestretg Ofthe
prr i eet. Opeaws epostneg to
drive the M away. teoh ee's a sat
smM eas AI thie soft eude mseld.
As for t hea velea osf te hMred heads.*t
it wa to go down to Ji's hese oad
voI at him the& to Jake's. and tha
wander doem the lee, Ifterhaeeoas
It psret Aee( Mte to room
M her remslutde aner to "eook ma-
ether breakfat for whblt folks." Be
aMdem the "se migt v enmailkd. and
irfy as met ahe had aped Mthe is
eal g s trayed log* NebeOr Jon
uome paw%.,. Oad Whe had sakes
u p. to rreedo-r emloy as mee opt f
ewere days whom**e**el
be frea hleae of

^u s ewes tf she making.
-w tereg1 *wt"h the bereas

Ip hee^reuet l muent ehjo mt

a- a **A "I massa m wee i a

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Apachof Stem

htIaLM atr wllN To B.
U3fib a tahll S ofte w
WiMoas Tdea imym.

wireless tlneraph to gamh ediL t4e
wwM warmpg. of eapprmn atems
ad iobames of the ele le

menofall oeetrene gathered iLs.

wide wether fresti m t,
all vmaele of all Ratiss l be -
d with miAt=rm regstae. Itae
belied that thise M go tar tdd
prmating disast at mo.
U irM BTATI-a u Mn V1.
The United State i amt
e te O aeow -p to by P.
WMlW L. d ofethU ied
stabWterr It Ise twed
port in the projecwlte d r
A amseerted moveneat wiB l iemis
uraNm to mlam the primepal aver.
eat to adopt a Ofiem qytm e
wireteesteleg amuse weather ra.
tI" &lN mat imW l NW 0
marine ma mtueL Ie mse S
Mateael egroseeatamahe it
is ello that It will he pMet r

Sislsve Wt i puhea
ba Is MAe an s the
Ma and at ta m 1-m wa
ly Impeta in tohe a ing ofa r

rav a he todae L e a thepw
preak played about IdMlgM kA"
oe 9M Withlmmoob- rtew sMetO

The mie v "S weI hn w" eso
ueM al tee wer he M
wra bl redis artdo
and str ited im tW W eMa
Aely toweth. wo o woe &M
a, Omel ofd theI a ae- ww

hurta. Tas treers em smother
rripped rm kniaet ead i m

A w"AMamothere ekWm
te wrkdl*g the mo *M m
Tv. the mea verw ebw wn e I

that aeureso wore omtedo
"-- -0 -..

The tem" irIp bt saio beeM s
wy "ee.
The oarat rai within a yer efll
here atrday.
a or Idoe@e """ will"mreyeaam
at hbile Mand Pw er. Prig- Me. UI
RT I Mickler etetrtaird a .V,
of (rie& t a w0afte t 1

aielyM* Mrs. N. 0.

TpM g late a mass easelmet
Me repromease
Sleek, me vol oas th
H^***^* WMN RtIMMMM *a&

el*3m fordo

- mwAfty um i 1 1

*I. .das-am"a -.smOM,.rp"s a-
i 0 eftWA P a Towft & MIl

PL. loBwI-M Ft ~3 i m -
| In-iiiei. -s A- Aes

3 veybodyfe O TaNlabme.
gess h fisUse echnt.

Sthe eree for Taollbrsses.
.l y ro e a.d

Mwado town boa s &hWay buM; hio
Ssurhofuolocaldise ato the
Carasegie hs give away $61.50.0000
o fr ae us of Ut ergaw.
TheM etre Wattwie ane shows
M meit ve pe arlt reduction.
No itye over had a better wspape
tead thua nOt eba m be euamer.
S Are you at work fori The T I
t yjrr should fr needed as tho

As en slatam owner of Eveainde
bob sys Uwe will be a second Chl-
ep s Lake Okeeebbee.
ean now let evwy man In Talla,
emoe be aM optimset. The p onimhet
di oM ad belor to thi seraiUon
Te tiean se ral Stao whish @hife
orgbhtly o th Floridad nowspa er r.-
amemat. About the most roepondnt
Sthes luminariesl sem sat Orlando.
The people of Tatoin are r eWoed
mtheyp av perhaps e la ber b

S Bndrids of farmers throughat
Gn-rgi, Alabama and South Carolimna
M be -Mtodneto *ttle on the pro.
WMyeve lwnds of Loonm county If theo
p oPrfffrt was made to "eure them.

Iei" li ferer I s supplied.
T he PMeelsoi News does not eem
I emed to forgive the editor of The
I Dem rtt forcrihtihleog the aver-
S M matte o ofthe lat meaitol
fts t But we prophesy tht the
| iMmt will oet again adopt mas
SWmsuaggetvetU pset .r-

The Gevben r t wis t oo m e

Onmr rest tat is sem.y ow
S-u fmie t# I*o Veotoe .

H eemU-S a u len T he

B^R. "rpt~eh

Sam be ft

The bm D. ho beenh
waf ift th on erpespsod t
- Sm hrpumwdrgthew dmi m 0

~h eery sv boalhmnaeyt I
been Mbreegho am we led
*Woinstis A$ A nThemb riS
bleesssh or -wal Id t
@MIA~ bsth eimedo purp-1osef
tdo eramalen.The cam"ber

ANM Tgether, It is i asaem vale whU t
we oewbe e to seemp-sh-, bet a
few I a dI and reakers me be ae
to st at qht the god wrk ef h*m-

The eater of The Tree Demerat has
reay bem agreeably rprised at the
mveme of our people toward bett
esoliensM. It had bee sooften aid
to h that "the people of Tallshsee
are t dod," "Ihave no desire to me
the tow grow," "will not asoIt Sany
effortat prmotileon," and m oy thw
soch remarks, that be had almSt
reached the soncluslon that thesethtng
were true. But a determined effort to
have them met and orgamle sad aito
se on man for lallhasse-'s ood, has
been great In its results.
If there is an individual in this city
disposed to be a croaker, let every uat-
tramee of hMe beo hurried udwr a mos-
tal of praise tor the booatis and ad-
vantages of this fair city and section.
We have ben urging that all goet to-
gther for Tallahassee.
Let this slogan be changed, some-
And let it henceforth be
Tallahassee, like Kathleen Mavour-
Mess, Isewaming from Its slumber,
while Its red sand hill glow i the sIa's
Golden light. Poensaola wisbhe the
city sad its new Chamber of Commerce
the beet ek the world has to bestow.
- Pensaeola Journal.
The True Democrat hopes that Talla-
hasses have learned this lesson :
Boost and the world boots with you,
knock and you knock alone.
Mr. H. A. B. McKensle, of Palatka,
one of the most conservative members
of the last house thus criticizes it in
hikb paper:
"Many of the members belonged to
tha elass commonly known as 'reform.
rs.' They were as a unit in agrnweit
that reform was necessary, but as to
the nature of the evil to bo orreeted
and the manner of procedure i nte
premises, they were of various mland.
Nearly every first-term man had 'hi
own spelal notion' about legislation.
and thought it his snared obligation to
express his opinion and to display his
learned brilliance through language
burning with Dery eloquence. In this
wise, hours and even days, wde wasted
In harmful wrangling and uoels do-
bat. It wasall well enough for the
individual to them play to the gallery
and gat notoriety, but it was extrme-
ly ose1 y to the State and inipeal to
the interests of certain legislative so
greatly needed and so generally de-
maided. If the tie whiled away in
wertohse dissleens had bomn given
ore wisely and devoted to Wesg setsh
ends, more and better measures would
fav been eased, said thO ealadar
weel never ve bem allowed to be-
sosee s esagesed s" topreelode at
pesmity dearft Isn maw y pages
"What we hve oad t he
y beN kew l W app ed to th

hegm t is sel xi s wo

wiw* i hia ben s iiet

ew p u .... I
as ,- w ,

bo we m

r wiO WS isrve tea th opis

Spl, Is a eest meuey. Is *eSO

Iup b esm do @

If te people wIN met aande o tMe a

deAuo bhe em gse 0go thetL

do Repersd-aStr.
The Ths Democrat Isnot pepand

perdme of thearW inNM w tse din .
notdl that tho prtionisof f oW -tat
w not Vew bw b p-yb ered fir,
w wem of the opdeo & that tism o-
vste f Florida reoeveo better teat.
meet ad earse tbaatho prisoner o ay
oethr loathor. Stat., bWt we deiAre to
ems fully the o e a ls-
tve to the provision for the establish
nmet of a State PrisonFarm, where, -n
theo t establishing the farn prowiM
all women, sick ad disbed, riMppoi.
and @ged prMofern shall be pbceCd, and
only the able-bodied prisoners remila
leseed. And in this conaectioa we do.
ire to seommend for this advanced step
nl prise matters In this Stato the one
who, fr the past throoee seeas of th
legsltore, has edeavored to have ths
legistloto enacted-Ho. B. L MeLiAn,
-tom.Dsionr of Agriculture, who hab
direst charge ad upervision ovor tho
prlmrs of the State. He hasa Ualbm
eontonded that it was mnot la acordace
with the ideas of advanced eivillaton
that this eoss of prisoners now exompt-
ed by law from the provisions &f the
leaso d bm placedout at bId labor,
In the ame places, ad undor the same
editleo m as ab-bodied ao prisoners;
that other State does it, and with
thisdo be ho framed a bi with this and
in view and submitted It to the Board
of "mCommesonerM of State Institutions,
who, after a few *fht cabnos on-
dors d the measure and the legisltare
meetod into a law.
Mr. MeLin also prepared a bil relay.
tye to the management of county pria.
oaern in this tatoe, which thUis gislae-
are enacted Into law. Heretofore
when prisoners wer dieesharld from a
county camp they were not given a
cent. (State prisno rs receive $10.00
In cash upon being discharged.) The
bill of Mr. MLin's provide that the
management of county prisonWs shall
also be under tho control of th. Corn
missioner of Agrealtare, and that each
county prisoner spon being dioebarged
shall benaid the s oft L.00 it h n-
tence Is for a less period thaa fen
months, aNd all prisoners *atensed for
four months or er shall be paid the
sum of L6.0 n oInadditlen to the
above sems e a be paid a uSleat
sem of money to puehes them a ticket
to the ploo ftee whmre they were am-
tooed, and an t he s all be ftrshed
thio amo food, eltthtg and treatment
s furnishAd Sto a prisoesa. The tow
prole ta ag es gts to somply
with ay wft toe nulemet emmer
I IabI m& Aidli
^^^^_ ~ ~ ^^^^^^ Ama ^^J

Uemt be th to wil s

maoAt ofal w o waie

uit of avst I mio thoeqt, @a
the t apron lrd
aOfg th best i sw n"m or I

ad more free fraMa of at kO
than a ny of 0 which 1a9e 1new.o e il%

Mstheo. i M
TsTre Deorat alwaysple-d

to aieed tfull erit. to pri
ltasm nd meIas Mr ~gor
strvse,a dlti Isn
The"bovliTDanrs t m aTw pisem W

pcatl whose bt e o ao
wrapped ta ho eteaoW the
for, to the best minanm at |

aiater ethe law p ufder his
charge and yontroL
isdw -& I
A CAThm*IS *3AI3UT. p

trate, Whltma b ysamef
the New York Lawyrs '

said: *'Pwemally If the
would elsie m v ny aslons to the
State ad I am iet a fip or

wheneer I of to, f id

bffore yft, mm sse the
i lrikel tona dt a tho

dmd in tade to e

fo inew M mum

grte-, Whith by ao--
oaggtfM the
overy otbor dmW^^^^
righs U I^j^ bm". 30 ^^^^^^^
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aisoo nr t ad yef ww
nd am tomdayh wel."
oi land *y, Cleahnd. O*.

Soodt liver secrete bile
..adth kdsey After the blood.
ItW of these or as are wak
it is the fault of the nerves
: throw&which they get their
t..Dr MilesN ervWe
a spedcc for the nerves. It
soothes the irritation and assists
In the gmeration of nerve force.
' bereford you can hardly miss
it if you tike Dr. Miles' Nervine
w en sick.; Get a bottle from
.. --t '~y. Take it all mc-
to directions, and if it
hot benefit he will return

s im, wham she sa t for two ars

p dsm fasseesre,.that seb.-
i hen WIthe "e Ma t ma o reath.e
Jeac ksonf m aId., June 10-and i

th0 wall be plked up the boken
thld Io a f mme thet wae letter
lss of M the -ri* whch a ad
bae giave ao o e.
C-aest pOted to herurIotor
e. hi ,d o strugly was the
,.liMmos that her charge melted wo has
being seat to prison. After Fie.d
was Td heI pen e ntia ha rdy she
&Ma it Lisheart never spoke to one
*.-W he n tha basle ofra
Pr gout. the ring wae foia d,
it probablyetiadeand iib
Miss Ienheart when she was are1.
Mil WI overTMoy when
be Mew toedt she
R**li l tostoi tral spearatio,
vm not a erm*mal.
When she was seen her eyes sahone
"rot adi those twenty Years, She
am.d "I had felt there w rso mthinK
m aboutthe loss of t e rn Ead
do' eaudl emsMueMat o to Mr. Fk-
K, Ji themeg believed him gall.

W OIedovatvhe wettd ha rer am a
aa O Me hm now am

twats yoam
a th6 yew,
iwo mistaI
ad the sa-

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Mi~r' Cp esTanks

Zzcelu Is I.ateral aow'WIN mhp
1~ume& ft A dm so- dinueowde o ogep
mimMd OU dk"wI

Fra-mk Lumber la l Grads at Low

Apalachicola, Fla.

T is not by chance
that the HOWARD
watch is the one truly
fine watch made in
The HOWARD is the removed
combination of the finest material
* and workmanship ever put into an
Americman watch.
Every HowAnD b adjusted is
its aw, and price-ticketed at the
f -ctory-$35.00 to $ s50.. The
price is swer cut.
We are distrimbuton lor thi di
tmctive watch.


My Line of

WiS before

YOO buy,

es 00
ee 00

Howard, Elgin, Walt-
ham, Hampdem, Illi-
nois and other cheap-
er gradesin stock at
all time.0 Every
Watch FUlly Guam-
teed. Dro in and

LAIways Tak

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We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons

the very best service in all lines of building.

if you are contemplating any kind of building.

Call onus

We can

Mave you money.
Kil Dried Dressed Lumber, Mouldings. Turned Col.
umns, Bracket and all Uinds of Novelties made to order.


( Woer a A. T. RE )


AM AKisds of Fresh Meats

ktlfaciongwatu ChoGeme "Wurorder.

Prompt delyery.

RIJag p P oM No. 283.
Your Bra-kfat, Dinner and mppr a Succe when Orderbin
Me4s from my StalL

u.i-- by Mthe bt unathig and Flahldg

w e ,,Oia 1ri
F-*.:/'*$ 4" -g(,'t'. W. 141.*. Man1^i-

T7ly & Ya.*W e E
the finest Axle on the mae .
And this the Setof a ind 81t

Call and see the Sample
Variety of Wagons, several makes
Panic Prices.

139 S. Calhoun Street,


ReepecStIly Smiibaed

S oartb of

= tji i to certifu fASt G,. 0. am, *feSi*
A--ss, (nty of *f X'e.s, /. tee.,9d t .e*kg e
SmM lmiv0ais tAhe State of Sle. aeedinoe fe MAu
Rswe/ of /A State / s./ d ofAm i./r, of .*.,,. Al
AL Wtn g e SeaL So t Botrd IA
AL this 6tA hay of May, A. D. 10I.
(Signed) .9apAY4 y f.'A
X. S.J.Aaivde.
k?. ONf. Smf.Aem.
w PresMi et V. D. Amg



Tall~halwe, I

Excellent Fare $1 Per Day.
S en d *sby Wok or MUtS. NIbtCcowhftbh

C. A. s-AOmUA-mL Per.
Pibm 31


iExpeleassi ad BsltM Driver for al Team.
owit Tm 60dow.

atest llI I 'I

w140 !+ ,i X S
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pms srs the IaMthr. A durable
os PC"l No brush required.

* Randolph & Fenn.

w"omE hr
mlmeof mms John a. CI
w nowsRe. 5.1 '
me of a uimh
1 r~beltyseVIP be
b'kestoMZ e Ia w iftm~h
Of n U L l

Miss Mary Groove, after a defkt. h wMEi m .
fMaMVMl vSlt to t family of her e Mr. OWwerlreIntou.
a a I If T.9B. ftrrd. has returned to her hem e lw vefourWaoMathdam
la JeseIteMr s beM. several o l paaeeM"r "ad
Mr. H. L Bethel. military secretary UrMna fried to mews her idpe
is amw night clerk to tim Governor, weat down to Jack- two.
sed tle, SBnday, for a few days at Truly, "Our lose is her gal."
I"I le munIrwear. C4mp ryaa. OwN Wo K ammw Hanm
Hiq ttmis 6 Co. it The general appropriation bill Wad Mr. ni T u-
IX M MM 0r was a vtor to fs "L.en O M r i.," were the T
fii9M*ft Wi y. l os. two he ist of belUs to be signil rmi Irmilsif tm a tto
lw6 by the Governor.
I sM o WM fresh, (or -.l- .. ..... ... T f li rTmr
L t. 14 tf Mr. Ed Brdins has returned to the
I Clas. cssi.Ile, made a ty. d will ue a nmew drug hbe- Abs.
tri- to ot i y this weak.. slby thLe mLCee e entrt PANAcEA, FA., Jia 16, lIo.
he" ltsuei '"Wn wlM mos eae w.o by L o1n. Tm1 outlook at Panaes is ow very
Kl d s "Iin.S wl. e n-" .,se Mira. Romaw Lwut r a Lao ......f ... .. ..t
nd ew. Pri s. Stok we visitor' her S andy and Promising for the future. Ana It seeas
MnH e e H La t Hant h ras tomur. yday from Q rl having tobe a assured fact the railroad that
Spleast ating i t PaMe. Monday ev g er their om. has been so mueh taleld of wiU mso b
yVMa 1I ad r"EdII Two or thr ee ly finished room start. as the surveyig forest of the
S totM M for rest to geslemen or for light G..& A. R R. Co. were herelt
A. Appl Trw .O" w sduirveyed tiW fre Sop.
K ir *es, a ts, or amyt desired t Wre o p 1. True we s Z Irv ad re
"I 5 ilf o to 0 U-Wd.I Six dose pals of Adler's one dollar from some of those n~p d to
T. J.A p 1 ad one half kid loves offered to the beo is a ition to know, was thy
T. J. Appyerwd made a brief lads., for garlenm or house u,. by would b aen work very soon o thn s
weak to his home i Lake Chittden & Co., for 50 centsper pdr. line. This action of the railroad com-
Sunsalabl for street use beausm they peay Ispires the hopes of the peoote
to CMUttndes A Co's for are spotted. 17 hbe. In connection with this it has
salt we a bog, required Miss Ellen Shelter, of Orange, Tex. bear suggested by people bere, and at
mmier trip. I7 and MiNJullas Shelter. of Quincy, Fla.. Tallahase., that a trolly line or rail-
l lIs ntrtaining her visited Mis Cora Jones here this week, railroad, running from here through
I t-e nim- lmg at an euchre lWaving Thursday morning fur llavan., Tallahassee to Tomasville, Ga., would
Ila. be a paying proposition, and develop
this section of country that as in need
keeps files ol Horses and Mr J. K. French who lives near of seuh development, and Panacea be-
1 9liIs and 50 ceMts at all Woodville, informs the True Democrt comes more and more popular each -a.
It reem 16 10t that the farmers in his action are son and with proper railroad facilities
ll. k. Ciark spent Sunday last at blessed with good crops, but rain in could be made one of the most popular
1 piprings, returning Monday needed. resorts in this section. The line men-
Never can tell when you'll mash a tioned would also be of great help to
the Capital Stone Co. show you finger or suffer a cut. bruise, burn or TallhaSaee.
i bi have to offer in monumental scaki. Be prepared, Dr. Thomas' H. F. GAULDING.
-11 iON Iremlfeneing. 15-tf Electric Oil instantly relieves the pain lid-e t ie
G'lebrist has taken up his -- quickly cures the wound. 1.,m l a at Seattle.
M Lthe Leon during theabsenceof Mis Margaret Hurkhardtt nd little Governor Gilchrist has appointed
B Mothr. John, Jr, left Sunday for Carraelle, Catain Augustus DuPont to be
ila &Brooks, of Boston, Ga.. is where they will be L.heguests of Mr. commissioner for Plorids to the
sest of her sister, Mrs. R. A. and Mrs. Thomas Gray for several Alaka-Ykon Pacific Exhosition now
T..weeks. being held in Seattle, Washingto" .
S... h i t Captain DuPont will also be the com.
q* *.aII sIe th. bes. in te Mr. Eugene Lyday, manager of the misioner for the State of Georgia to
SIt' W It.,0 ChIt.U. Lemo Hotel, accompanied has sisters, the Exposition He represented Geor-
sge. t er aha. 17 Mrs. D. M. Luts and Miss Lyday, to gia at the last greet Paris Exposition
I tClo i Brown, of Dothan, AI.,is Panacea Thursday. He will return In and at the Omaha and Nsiaville Expo.
her As at, u Mrs. Milton A. Smith., about two weeks. sitions. He Is an expert and devotee
*vwI avin At their meeting last Saturday, the in this work. He is deeply Interested
Merbert 1Flkel has ge to Pea- board of commissioners of State Insti. 1olting ilorida's a resources, and
to a position with the ttions t the sum of $1, thGovernor recommends that any and
( or t of at awst laundry at all eises of ?lorilddedrous of adver-
L as xup that oM weod eame the College for Won"". tis- sh l d w tt altt t m lExposerA.-
m .ss, new up-t o-datelmnfenes tt. l shoka m oite to C't omli r A" -
a Iee Capitl t tes Co. a Manhattan shirts. Hanan and Qeen tus DuPont, care of the Alaska Yua
S -- I .u ai ... Quality shoes, Stetson ha. 1 & kon-Pacifc Exposition The Captain
S, the ew mayor Wilon, Scnven underwear. the best in will leave his home in DuPont. Geoaria.
fl sIiy Wsa gues t .o the everythlri, carried by Cnittendon & for Seattle in about one week. He will
4= Co. 17 represnt the State and the people of
lswe t and oei r Mr. Guy Hall, who has been with the at he t without
bowh .Wt H Tallahassee Drug tCo. for some time, 'c' -----
a S--_ ha, soft ab-. hai resigned his position and will leave Pleaatsa BrIdge Party.
s w a ot for Qvothis week. We regS t to One of the peasantest bridge parties
b lose i. nal foml e to i d hope of the sumi er season was given Thure.
Si llilii 17 that he w ill t o wtb u day afterno by Mrs. A. Shine, Jr ,
iea, Tas. Vs Mks Cora Jones. who has bee la the n honor oft her ,M L s aIBrookes,
a vit t- atth o.e of Mr. Joe xdoeso as tesm. of Boston, ., who is .,w her gst.
"raphr o r t heu past seral m ots has Those tovIt5we: Misses Sarah and
e d her pten awd will iave next CI de Ra and Rath Reynolds.'
S t v or s ehteaded trip o* Irta and Bradford. S .rah and
ee sIad *PertIdne.o Daisy Spears. Arel Hopkias. Mary
SfI s a -w_-=.-. German. ay Calhowe Behe MIre
so, g token d& fr yWh tgeoya hy ot getimH Ame.ryPI
sito" y i. t"he~,~.Jes ". _i dpc,. SieM e.. St, teel..
4.4 lltMe t .... arr isras. ... E da Miansi Alford.

Il -', t r M mini afternor ad afer -iTge was over
We Th sRW,53 eaatyy eommlemers dise to a delicious isea-rue was served.
i1"W Xto VM Itfyou wauto feg ag all rryburil
U.5L fofA 0r gto aspectseeatthat plaer VA Mee nares deersows, just ap* I
1W f er ".Sit oeavestigatlems we a* mof these leekie Swet water-
t tstartf. Canl smtn as"etery. melons, predald by J.B. F. ntalit, I
p7W Atonmwd let its erisoe Dt elaghatym.I
.ALr-1. A. L. Fratlerty 1`11. Dia- Then take a Ate Mo adhe |u
WWI S b thwBKqu*iet ao 40w will And it wee t IIsiusua
sh T. n Jr. .r kh I"an bk Lrt yobA ever tI@@" We kmw thto be
is&,i ft ths dm. P pl ii tru. be mem we ''tried. IS.

btshioms fa a week a ^

5W th5 palpl a Trietr diseto sM .r... b
'seeming if yes e swa B
es in. M S a I

eI asa AB assum a as .
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ed noe.Wobuw
to wIo doe woo.m

pw uto U0 we -a
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mwe aVWthey wm
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It k' esire adta&peop*l
fit7 -- t tee d hi
ped a app bwday.
sL ,h n. !

i, ~ AM- s of

thChe e wowmdan to
0o to Cht M gaCs & COi.'M
best at the im price y payea.
fereor atlee elaewber. 1

YO on bo Dewte nil Yeiwv

To the pleasure of the drive when yeI
ride in one of our buggies. No nee I
worry about a breakdown or anuyt"
getting out of gear.
Our Bud 9les Ap Built
And stay right. Their handsome fldi'
covers none but the finet and best I e-
terials which hare bee put together
as they should be. Buy one of or buo-'
gies and you'll like it better every day
of its lwn life.


Was Well *e*wa sad Respected tI
Tallahasaeer-- eht Sre iter
The friends of W. E. Wihtma, is
Tallahalsee, were inexproaAlbtshock
ed last week to hear of the ter-be.
rident which terminated his life. Mr.
Wightman once lived here for several
years. as a Aenglnr on the G. F. & A.
railroad, but about enr ago, having
ihe misfortune to -e his et ma
and devoted wife, he decided to leave
For three months pept he has bee
acting asI aineer for a phosphate min-
ing company at Mulberry, near Lake-
land, and It was while haaiag a O isd of
ore over the track beloning to the
company that Mr. Wightman lost his
On this trip, his last trip, a cow ot
n ihe road, and becoming frantic aish
Bear, shared the Ine the aow-
eastir of which had been removed.
and, becoming entangled n the gear-
ing, overturned it. Mr Wightasn was
caught twneati the wreck anid received
many ijuries. Iwo iron buats bet
driven iuw hie body. He wa also frht-
fully calded and urned,. Dth. bow-
ove, did no, come to he reldi for two
hours, during whih as e lay help
ees. His I re.m. ws ki ild. d
ely other belper made A for a
wimby a Ct the hd. ts t,
however rseevered before Mr. Wigh.
m say uftinaeted, and tried va*
ly to resce the a mawfirtasate tfoI
hi awfal fate.
Mr. Wbtem was abstt a
ve"as e-, w a na tive at ( Wci.
towet C, his father ieMIabieTh
of the t We Mt W. wsr M
w- a dveed beaked eadi her

after he wo ildf e*g WhLs lr p
L. ^^... .... u. an a. ^* A
m.ed feew aspmupaled him ee-wa
where, ma at his t-d upe
who amd w m er he wee,

u anhi drb,
111adw ,*.^BaRB''^ f;
Mr.. W" ^ ****aL'

Defying fate and the superstitte
centuries a party of thirteen, a I
thirteenth day of the month, e
toLaark foratwo day' st .
bad a most delightfuli
ailing ad Aahing, l ad ra
and much iviprated by the hl
tonc of fresh salt air sad aw I
bath. Those in thise PO Ym
Mrs.B. A. Mqmai. Mr. ftWe

J G. Kel.amOmd Mid
Mr. J. B. McNair and M e
Ames, Mr. C. 0. Andrew
Daley Spear JudgB. A..
Miss Tbe W oe f Jt.I.
the ebarmnt eCt f JMttle
T. aS rd. wwam
day eveafti with a

Mary Ga A
Oad Eath R a-sd 0
keLewtoMwer. Eda
Mans AlfM/isns
ki e. Dale b Ned
ad Byid. Cary ,
Roae and Reobert D kdkltl
wasted to II rea e t
territory y -eastaoshed
strong Inset rhapi
whtb y sa-ed
will tare ee nmber

Intret, V w e ti e._

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Caurb Cb 'ire to
SSILk. Al-
wl o w is Al v tWti at

P aOs Mm s. Talbot Wlht
Iark t* 00" last Week. MiKm
Slie .inmeism for toehebs
or. WelsW t to Monticello
te to>Clfoeerst re-
n. owOa i ishi praise of the
*k r ma.u Whish be wa treated
&hbyetladis a"d ma.
r. TI. tuk. ha been quite bu y
Msa for nome time. as a result
404" Patterm is recovering
SI-ia swen attack of illne..
I, m4 N. Wa. Robertson visited
1 1p. eSeaimay
Oae paletow's brush our par
s ae sMgommed a very different as
Samg i It look as well as any
Sath place, which i esly right
was assisted by a portion of
ihrge, but oum are lasborimg as
th oitsake that we wero to do it
when the permsmage was moved.
sit Coake-, bheght the lot and the
i sad ha does the bulk of
lsse, vwhih is our duty, as
0M4 1 oAoW d from the praeh-
I r i W A:th bet all should
their duty toal in makin th*i
lctar^p me reafosaf s .
soto U-sIm of Lloyd, i vit.
NO LW5uyo 8 .t a* d will visit
. WN Ptbmrom, aso, before re-
h tterson mad Mis Alice
* gatoft BRe. sad mr9 L Pat-
M is Tallahasemo st week, une
avIs visited his friends
of V were begun in the
wedrch fwuay. No. Mr
9CM o,. rlvd NMondy,
peatr, asd precod
emes heast might, Rev. I
to ~that sermon, sa
hesm m ai3 cak i esmet -

or feow a o it, _ad
i e Ad akeo betdid ot
xrj b hoasm is oet

TWIsMamose In





SbeU .o..m..*. stubh e Ia-

The T1mfhai hu$ et 4 of bem
mei lnewa d a a piewspal for th.
Lenas Ih 8 d the iApJ etof the
ahol, PltU L. I. mo ber, had given
g aWsl stihedIsm n TO lh---se. md
m bea th the eamssr trs
L mthebsOtaoNf of the sob.
tla tl wn L Iagmage, whkih
t 0 b 4t4=ll 0 tusMe s erd en.
taftined tawMd M:
TAhM"lh r April 1, U109.
To the Boe rblis Intructiun of
Leo Couty, id:
We here.bylr S to epemS our ap
apeisottm of tim able and generally
astifactory aism r is which Prof. L.
8. Barber Wsdl ugdbb hi duties a
pridpal ot the Lea Graded and High
SdAat T wirse h drl the past
season. and to ahmt. him for the
same position for the coming term.
We respectful request your Board
and Superintadst to tako up this
matter with bim, mnd asMertoai as to
whether his serves can be sseured ac-
eordinglhe Very respectfuly.
he Board of Trustes of the
Talilhasme Sub-District, by
W. L. Moor.
C. A. Cay,
George B. Perkins.
Prof. Barber had been confirmed by
the eoeuty board sad had seeopted the
poitioa, but has siane bes offerWd the
position of s"istant professor of chem-
itry ad biokwy in tho Florida female
Colie, sad hai rmigled the posi:l n
a prinipal in order to acept it.

Trtr M. K. ChiM Seethk. L .& Pttamem.
rt.-rM etade t U a. *.i.and wT0 m.
l U F6 O w seh fir Lv-
STM All sabers marid

Pem eb ^ w.U W0Pm.LL -MR Fee-
er.-amuM sot1ow 0 &. ue m, and at
Se V.%3k 5 was Ssbm$bad as i5..&
SMMwwsk M em Wedndw *e-m at to
tB et h. n; nwJw. J. P. a. m.d
shM B. at ue. a5. -, P4s. **,
=.I Y. P. PuiN wa 55. t ** I ..i
PiFs.res. d.o. al Mi p: m.
r--f Wi-t^tU6QyWM~ l-wwy B

mSdo a O& Pad Weioamb nw a

1860 ommmm

Joffe DO perrea 'it

Pa vus b", bad y,


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NA. .ho

a N eham.s.&

B Sa* t Sto of New Caos Pil-
lys. A l at thuM oteo.

an Us I 1 I kid. of priati.
uriu year nry nearly pu~itd
- Wo--lr than yo ea.a buy
bluk pt- retailer s
farm sheeW have his printed Lette
beads ad Eelopms.
PoR WooD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
Phone No 217. 29

TaPApS, printed on cloth
on muortno"iat ruawmWble' priea at
this Oas O nd might be well to m
short Trepass Notices in your home
local newspaper.
DI. J. H. BUTT, Vetenury Surgeon,
Phone No 217. 29

10uaeaws Ne4ss,
Nivi ire Is herthy given ihtal: montht
after Ow. date hervvf I will piume4 to
ud.nt Weeof [jAVO momWArS, FAINI
my Av acet-untsas eew-"SWt- f tihe
leN twitlland testament of BUiwrd H1.
Myos". deceased. late of saWd mety,
OWdapply for a EnaI diocharg, from
gabt ixecat'wuhip.
ratupuacK T. Mysias. aitestr.
Jas 1.WISS. l ms


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Sop hoppy, Ma.
"Had dyap
yeaS. NoawM
eat distrtmI
Blood B ettsOI


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1 Quart Siz............$ .7
2 s' .. .. LO1
2 ............ L 0

Lw In FPrc, Sanitry, Quik Frcczhg

We have ready for you a Large Stock of
Cooles, Freezers, Screenm Dop and Win-
dows, Lawn Mowers sad Hnamm9r :: ::
Come to Us for Your 9Snmwr Goods



f nat TWOWEEKS I will put on sale

id gods that you are now using
a Cey day, and the sang to you


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. 4 1-2 cts. up
5 1-2 "

leaching.. 6
tof The Loom .. 9 cts
6 Head at ..12 1-.
eq Cloth from ........ 11
Same reduction oiall our fi t D)r'Ess o(;ods.

2 cts
cts Up)

Wei till have as fine line. in Men'. I':nt- u.s ever. Only
a much less than before. Why .' lIcnause don't have
I nt to pay, and no clerk hire. YOU SEE.
Kase Pants we take the cake, that ii as to make, style
,ad pattern, and above all the special low prices.
It Cmses from .......... 79 cts up to$8.79
,L $Ad" Muslin Underwear cheaper than you can make at

iSeUlhi l g2l Spoolaof Thread for ..............5.. et
i ulet Hos in Town for less money.
LA bne of Men's Underwear. Long and Short Sleeves
,; $1 'lts up.
St our Fine Hose going at Skidoo Prices. m ets, well

eat on IldMe Foot wear worth pricing,
I have plenty of those highly gilded frames and Oil
which we sell at 40eta. with every Two Dollar

I Nf boe1k out of the way BUT the saying will
ll n UuI hack hire even on small pureham.
ThBnklgn you in advance.

G Ar* wIh *and BlndmG


5i andsom-- ttile Pseay Bleld-
tag to* Ne. JOha W. Beaderma
Hon. John W. Henderson lost by Are
last Saturday afternoon his stable a
which were three horses and oe or two
vehicles. One of the horses, a pool
belonging to his little son, was burned
before it could be removed from the
Upon investigation it has been found
that a negro working in the stable,
dropped a lighted cigarette Into a pile
of hay.
Energetic work on the part of the
I fire companies syvt I adjoiniog~buildingl
I from destruction.
It I here were'' iny money to Ibe made
in antronotiy t C.ryrbody. would be
tliltlyittg It. Alxillu nl we etn see i 4
nllgure,, alil thee.r arle so big that tbey
t.ic ; In i l U'niltdl S:ati s ku I the north 1anir thld I'olarls) from the
I plnuter' of the dipper, but no child
uia nal.)r ilaP tho utiltement that this
I sur I4 ltiinut .' ;rim the erth 210.000.-
oNt.(H|.(A mwilt- two hundridl and ten
trl.llonA' Thei 'I1 \vw tletb Century
ited, trnvelllhf ii t oti intle minute,
w inl 1 litv. '*-* I witlhount toppinga
for 47.(lU .t :irq Itn i r r to n trav-
rpe t1it ** If light really
trnvlk l7,t:1!A il Aiet -n oml. a ray
fmini tih lnorth tr' r Would be thirty.
six years In reWa hing the earth. -New
York Preu.

Tkm lE Iv nu

mew T Oll am Ud
FilU a bottle or comma glass with yaw
water anad let it aid twenty-h4or b 1m;
a bIrick dut ea9W
sterigy _r adit-y

quest d Lesr to
I the becke sadaoA hIM dWilyes
411 Need atwtioi.
There l comraIt ns the bket a ge eso
oftes expreed, tbst Dr. liewr's
swamp.Root,, te seat kidney rmedy,
fualta almost eer~ wish in meeting
rheuametl, paet in *b hack hedueya
spring. Corrects be a howete

beer. amd ee i mat'.
lt he 22I N a

t <**-a

M dS KMaey Wealts the Who e
*.y-MaBae Tee 11. L aMd a
Sick kidneys weaken the bey
through the continual drainage of f1 -*
giving albumen frou the blood iatO the
urie, and the substitution of poiseaous
arie add that goes broadcast threqh
the system, sowing the seeds of diase.
Leesa of albumen cs weakmee,
ge r, deprelIon. Urie poioato caue
rheumatic pain, nervousness, nausea,
ericks in the back, gravel and kide
stotems. The poper treatmat is a d ;
ny treatment, and the best rem
Dosan'. Kidney Pills. Great Talaha- *'
see cure prove It.
John James Grant, retired 100 Car
line areet, Tallahassee, la., says:
*'For a number of years kidney disease
afflicted me, and It would be hard to de-
scribe all the misery that I endured. I
was never free from a dull ashe in myO
back, and on some occasions I was .@
bad that I eocld not get around. T -,..
kidney secretions were Irregular in a '
sage and otherwise unnatural. I alao
bad frqquent headaches anddizzy spells.
I had seen Doan's Kidney Pills so highly ..
advertised that I at last made up my
mind to try them and procured a box t
Hardee Smith Co 's drug store. They
Soon cured me and I have not had a .
sign of kidney trouble since. To ay
that I endorse Doan'a Kidney Pal
putting my appreciation of' the .
mildly." ,
For sale by all dealers. Price l
ceMntM. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the Unltl
State. A
Remember the name-Doan's-A l
take no other. 16-la
Brain Growth.
The brain usually stop* growing at
about fifty,. and from slxty to seviety
It la more likely to deerase. It efa ''
beels related by Canoe MacOell thiat
Mr. Oladstone's bead was coamstsay
oustrowlag his bat As late ai
Midlothlan campaign, whem he a
earuty aevmty. be was oblll to hae -*
his bead remessured for this s ae
CaVe MacCoIl's csbsratee that ft
euttmual growth of hraltns t lt,
to Mr. OGadatone's permtmlal yeath .
ases appears set awarraastd.-Lt .
dea Spectator.

we wMa to INmOmim"is "ei
with air ceastles I r s ap Anm
er much dtlbetatim be 4 M
towlag mete to the pretty hl lrs:
ear e-IN ml veInM but d o et
hoew to eaes m I. ew we
adiwst COUW DiW
Aad the heAres pased the imP .
ater M a a.

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write forca


C. H. ELUS, City Tax Collector,
Florida, June 4, 1909. 15-5t.

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Asther ft "The Bleck Bac,' the great story of mywwry and romam that is
f rm a tsh ~pelr a a s rial Among the bat kMewa works Mr. Vamse
"*TWee O'llorto,." "GOetlmean Adventer." "The Bram Bowl" sad
SPriate War." Be has Aso been a contribteor of absort stories, vers,
etc, to mseasn for ot years past

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~ It ii lH(if4tlle to
p AthIb atethe 1Ii bIM
*thnerougbly raturped.
*Wung to tho e r~r. rfyit f
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!bw tbeobiy tramp
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Its a" Wi"Oat Wasismp .@* n
IBM. hoew" bIw au"the saw beft
sA" heseNW.MW vPgoro A "an
!is@ OerS o". am s we had W W
-of 11"AodwI* a* ""Samu.saw
OW Is MW~ parb A pOW a*%,'
bve"r. 0" 1W eecrsd Ibapeiso
tasii worb"th boom eare kepat sAM
WhowE. mbrosas are gPOWs ftsulm
bouelbamsom plo"pee aare beateft
Wo$r shp wals, tomthe usulW WW
of brating. where thepipes rma dSOW
the besehe. powerplaced over Athe
bods wID be Moeud bons&1ral ws a We-.
t~ &M l03tios ieam h eat amd 4YMS.
prpaeoW rampowmandcare cheat tft
reqalreufits o at heland 01Misfre.a
Xoed er" Is a poeit ive eeuta~lm.
There are Swdaes copequal to It of
ourpaulugthe mushroom WOWs
mukoes to the producer. but somow
Need O~ capsea IWOmanaged Mash.

hy, indlgognntlonapangi--trying many
ka'c'qprot and $20.00 worth of miedicin
in vain B. i. Ayscue, of log lealde N.
C. at last iseedDr. King's New f
Pill##, and writes thorwholoy Cured him..
rhey ruroe CmAntlpatlon. ttillFiataneas.
Sick HeadachE. 5'ona h, Liver, Kid-
nay and Bo0wel troub!*eq. 27-W. at all
Prof. Wo'udbery is In Ilalluhraiee thit'
week, grading the examnitioiita papers.
Don't lot the baby ris'if!.r from oea-
fria, soreis or mynotIhir-iC(i~f the skin,
&luisn' (AOntment Iciehrn'Atint relif,
ured Cluickly. Perfeefly iafe for chit-
,Jr n. -Alldruggist. inell it. I5.lm
A new lot of bracelets justr*recelve
by Nicholsnu. tOe jeweler. 3


Great Sumse of a Four Aoer Farm
Managed by a Woman.
tureMssful women fnriners are no
longer a auvelty. uumubers of tbein
lelug found in all aettiouu of tbe coun-
try7 'uulbly the smallest farmu that
bnn provided a liviug for its owner is
earried on by Mrs. Jane C. Barrow of
Couune.tlft. This energetlc lady has
*act'eedd la obtaining a lIlvin for
berlwif mad two children on the profts
of n four acre farm. sendlnu the cbUhl-
dreu to school uneunwhile.
The enterprise was started without
ca:itnl seven ye'nir agro. Mrs. arrow
being forced to lihcur debt to npay for
iroceri~,h 1niiti iiplles until tihe frrns
rentrueN Ibegun to 1 ,v1o il. DIe,% isall
fruitq aind poultry were the fosndas-
tlon (Ocly otue :cre of tlhet tor was
tuilt:ille for hI'lnutlig. and thibt are hba
really hroutglt in most of the luroie
b'y means of a system of latenvtn'I
farming which Is remarkable. to say
the least. Oue-fourth*lo tils ow e ner
was devoted to wpoltry, aDd last year
S,000 ducks were raised and oMil at a
welrtit of four puonad etlh when be-
twnpfn three and four Sattb s old. Th
feather crop a.kme toaltuted to 400
On tbis acre of tUillae lad, bLeeMI
the dark, were 100 ewIs. 90 taures
01 pair of pigeens imd 1 omads of
boew. Pie wee prev & e epw
daily. about 400 pM SW qiW abe*.
la bsee sold Dftt ovw aft
fanle Md more pbmbI the w 0
lpoe amd Mrs anm thlnshe4 de
thO dueto mt. rh, iae" p
wOi. The white vaT ib !t ho
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Ihe Mids are sUM bgSFAA b A
is" sMl h viMW
The bees sea a b"gatem
Nad MUn Barrow the w lt
plesmmet sad mteatlW va w m
Sea pkk up the IMt lf sto em*
Wee. beit maee sOe ~ ass o edmft lin
Or gown the Iwo0800 t f"
1119m as the p ed 4PM uM
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Just received the largest shipment of Wine of
Cardui ever brought to Tallahabsee. Thb great-
eat woman medicine in the world. Also V'loo
and Black Draught. All other Patent Medicines
at reduced price.
Carry a full line of Groceries, Shoes and Dry

Get my prices before buying elsewhere.
cash for my goods, sell for cash and you
have to pay the bad fellows debts.
Also Brick for sale cheap.
Your friend,

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223 South Adams Street

Store Phone 208

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The nmot perfect little p e17met ever
made. Sharpens the duolle- -imas in
a few senSOds. Edilso' itet 1i -
tion. Soold be ia evy lady's hand
bag. Lati tr five ~u.y

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V48 P^ t w er e then made fo the
A. C i80 r wa eeetl tedampoe

Mto -i htee tn mad e for c bty
Mr. Pakfad d the p resdft, an takk
f theeati M- difewretit aworid ingny
theg meea de of a live ergmalam-
a U I is~bha e; he waa raged
Sr othe le attdane report
-, fekmoe, sad fthel i t redat h
present would emeestly enter ateo
wrk, that great s would re
Ho tate d that it was his deter-
to dom ore than ever in the In-
ba etof Tallahaessee and Leon county
A motion w adopted that Ihe preo
IMml saeat the different working and
advisory committees. and report at
oant meeting, at which meeting the
ometitution and by-laws would also be
Romlag speeches in commendation
.of the movement were then mar e by
S loon, J. A Edmondson, P. T. BLrd,
P C.Lewis. J. A te. G. W .x-
SMiltonA.Sm th, McIntosh,
S A. B Blackburn, L. C. Yaegrer, Mr.
F Bansom, of Americus, Ga.. who will
move to the city in September. Jules
Solomon, jp. 8. Wells, Dr. W. L. Mor,
F. C. Gilmore, J. D. Cuy, and others.
Much enthusiasm was aroused, and
all stressed the exceed rglv gieat id-
Svastages of Leon county for settlt ment
r- by a strdy elass of industrious farmers.
It was the sense of the meeting that
the farmers of the count be interested
in the orgavisation, and at auxiliaries
be located ,n each of the county die-
Several prominent farmers were pree-
eat and encouraged this movement for
S. Every individual prexent'enrolled his
same as a member ot the. orr.naation.
- Uad a live metilrt.ri p c, cn itefe will
b appointed by the .rel ad. nt to in-
e trea the m,-ml erohip by several bun
dred if portibl,.
S The monthly, yearly or quart, rly due,
will be fixed nt reetinr, when the
temporary offices will be mide pt rma-
An adjournment wrs th n taken to
Friday night, JuIne 18t., which is to
..iabt, at City Hall.
It i hoped that thin -econd meeting
will be even greater in r urnoers and en-
S thusiam than the frst.
Cl erl-Ct'anr Ite almata Tallahas-
~ se, rr., July 31., 09W.
The U. S Civil rSevice Commdi ea
samownces that on the date and at the
ace named at ove an examination will
S be hld for the poa:torsa of clerk sad
earrinr in ,he poet oeff* cervwe.
i Appliestkhes for this esamileeat
ast be made on the preeene fterm,
' which, with n. eweaery Inltiaet O m ay
h o obtained frem the Iomla aeertry at
thb Tnllshaeee. IFM.. pomt oeae.

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S'awake to your wants and are continually refreshing our

stock with new up-to-the-minute Merchandise. T Ladies

Dress Goods in all the grades and kinds for Summer Wear. White Lawns, Organ-

dies, Linens, TLinneex, Waistings and Suitings in all colors. Wash Silk and other
Silks-all new shades. A pretty new line of White Lawn Shirtwaists made up in

good style, with tucks, lace and embroidery, usually cost you $1.50, we have twelve

different styles in these waist and while they last they will cost you 98c each.

1 We have just killed in on simes in Ladies low Quarters and now have your size in
any of the New Pumps, Tans, Wines, Whites and. Blacks. Your fit now in a real

pretty White one, Strap Pumps at $1.50, looks mighty nice with those white suits.
SLadies Parasols in profusion, White Linen, Embroidried or Plain, Silk Pongee in

all colors, stripes and figured. See these Parasols Bargains at $1.00 to $3.50.




140 s. MONROR rT.

TrthIse of Ioteem. SAD ACCIlMIT. Statement
The followlag reseoltions were adopt Made su fU tSIs
ed at the meeting of the Board of Con- Mrs. William kyelds Jumps lr.m sh wif u. amout 0.1 ta
trol. held here last Saturday : Vehicle la l a eaLte tier hp. "FM C .tor"r LM Count
Whereas, The Honorable N. P. Bry- Vec tiNtl tea the fo rrent year 1
an will soon retire from the Board of Mrs. William Reynolds, Lady Princi- I ut at ,o the m"I"to the
which taxes have been 1eved:
Control; mad .pal of the Woman's College, wai the Ir Ttal tax for the eyr Im .....
Whores, He has always beeI active, victim, Thursday afternoon, of a very tr ol....
energetic and efficient in discharge of
his duties u as member of the board, painful accident. ai topJunei.t. 11
giving much valuable time ard labor to in company with her daughters. Mrs.
the work; and T. M Shackleford and Miss Theo Balance..............
Whosas, 81ine the organism ion of Welich, Mrs. Reynolds was enjoying a APPORTIONM&I
the board he h lled the position of its drive on one of the beautiful country ue..............
chairman, ad hae at all times met the roads near rallahassee, when the noise & bo -.. ...... ..
requirements of the arduous petition of an approae.aing automobile was Asant paid to Juoe let. 111..
with great credit to himself and to the heard. Tne ladies, being uncertain of ou............ ...... ...
entire satisfatioof hip associates and the horses, ordered the driver to stop. pime a porte t ...... .
the public; an Turs he did, first drawing his team up at Amnent ptd to June lt. i9P.
Wheese. This board feetb that ex- the side of the road on the edge of a di.............
Amauntpdd to June lot. 10..
pression hold be iven of the esteem gully. It seems however, that Mrs. special Sdmel. DintritetKn. ..
in wbi it Is I eld ;-Trefoe, be it Reynolds still felt uneasy and decided Amount paid to Jun 1. t. 190..
Roolved, That we thank Mr. Bryan to leave the carriage by jumping out on
for hise uaallitg eeWrte at.d i ai dr- the side next to the gully. In the jump Atft- tomy,
atlok as our pIresig ow, with the she fell and broke her hip. rlerk of ClOultCourt. L0a C
arpurance of eOr olee ragrt that our The auto, a it happened, was that of Juname let. I
oel si rlatIS l amS ea e. Dr. B. J. Bond, ad he was in it, and eI of *La
Be it further ewalved. That as a to immediately iMr. Reyolde was p'ac d .ai hne.V.
kenoforpenRa rqard represent in the machine and bi ought tou her is eb y irtett
Mr. BDana a I" i ep, with the hope apartments at Bryan Hall, where ever)- the i teN ImmeuSt I
thattheeelpofI t by him will give thlng possible wa done for hr con- of Puyiad wi 1 ie Mat
a* mekh ase the giving thereof fok v Dr Bond and Dr. PredC. Moor, tee tbe lesueU
h fforde the aM- who iV. t Cohn ge pa)iInci n1 t To 00413%rth, i a. ro o
Beit fartherra vd, That a copyof t Pe m e d i
ti rei.A. he trs b mitt.J r. The tragedy lies in the fact t sat the .id wilab neIved tfrm
ju-mp was so unnecessary, at thehoraee twelveo'loek *. JulyP. t1
S beati thu peeled was were perfectly familiar with automo. me ofh
of salWer ha Sumly wnmamested ands bills, and showed no sign of fa. aenir the uur o UerI
=1 bas vewrittent o the eovelo
er raed mth the ames .of all tie Dr. William E Va.B uni, one of Tal 6dthettwe:id r .
boad Mr. Brya'ls thauk was ex ashasee' bt ighteoc young men. gradu. la d in wwe, fe U11
prweeed I a few mease detat d by ating last spring from the Department All W at be dw"th
Smieere lates at i eolleuoe.' of DenUstry at the University of Mary. Trumeans i tim lurasIl
ua 'ape edgt aU tr friendlyy ean- land went to Ocala the first of the tMeno at Thesse, = .
timet "wee& to take the State eamlastiao tbe- ,o M fo"be r ne I
Kia o uw n th lnelst m f*re the Dental Board of Examriers. mrve toiats aW
at girewa, I sS pmtf i, The news reached here this morning sBidewtu eetosee
-on TfOW ie that Dr. VanBrunt had sueeesafully *sn r perso Whm to be pm
made the test, with a fine average of b ydirOf ther
17T l. ta. 90perceot. .-4t Cam. of As reelt
Chit&,. A1 htii d- r. Mr. L ae.eett Mears, of New Hamp-



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OR Wasers FIPMS Pe1 mt sadoW IPrts
wvb Latame sad Nmvll, fea-.
bInd Air Lim end Maris,
SValMsta, Doegas HWalrlM Ma.
a AUtant and InteredlIae Mid.
a" South Georgia Territory,
16--1rOt and Southern Railway,
and Atantiuc, Birmagham &
Athwac Ky.
arnemo all eametg w lime

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T. mLxLa.,
Dmoty. PFrLws

L.. June lime.
the Trwete 1f
Fund of tsumtato
'Trllahne. Plur-
IMeIN da. to.
ttle Tlbot lands
east, In Na.aa
w shave date '
ittaed mWt oeek
he bid: m4d bide
pe Certaising the
sesrserei moan&
Ss Othe
far aled tcan One
The right i is
wom of my pew-
are mOd le,,maa.

In the Circuit OtCt of the SuaSed W b
dieial Circuit ef hrldatin aMd WiT
the Coumty of Lon-ln Cba mery.
John Jonea, COisqt ,,.lutd ern., D.
do"", thet w W
tere I. me 1 ptsend

AtI Testr: t e OMaeMON.

Fmandr do Wat rhek ts w t Sd f
A tra mI .
Attest-AsYaS T.
114w Ol ofS
For Job Work Demot

In the Cireut Court of the d Ji
Circuit of Leon County, Plarlda.-It
me. aim o.f t he
"at thMt thM vMtpwS aO w f mhae


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If "mm =nh*l k. Kod olp.usyDft W
f~cb~y g ~aN"" um

But don't W e with hadi
A great many people who have
tr&led with ldlgeation, have been
sorry lor It-whee servo or
ehroo dypepesa related, and
ey have not een able to cure It.
Use Kedol sad prevent having
ve9ryoe Is subjet to Imdlagew
thm. tomaeh deaagomet fllomws
stomete ambse. just as atuahuy
ad jaust as surely as a ewnd and
beauty stoim r reoulta upo the
takIng of KodoL
When youe xpe sesmeeW ,
of omash, belh"g of agn"
gw m-= s the stot of tam
diarteay d-am orm
o-. red we--0. Usmaed xre
dot Aad Ihm th e qdew s t
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Key West has a new broom factory.
The State Medical Examiners are in
session in Ocala this week. -4
Pree delivery of mails began in Bar-
tow, Tuesday, June 16th.
Winter Haven has a new beak.
The Knirhts of Pytbias, of Tamps,
are going to eret a new building.
Lakeland is to have a big tourist
A new forty room hotel is to be built
at Quincy.
A rofeaseonal negro house-breaker
has ben captured at Daytona.
The Florida dentist met in annual
convention at Oeala yesterday.
Tampa is to secure a $80,000 theatre
Hastings tois to have a canning factory
sad a large fertilizer plant.
New York capitalist will put out 125
agree t rape fruit at Terra Cela.
Postal receipts of the Plant City of.
Ael nearly double in five years. A fine
shbweg for that prosperous city.
The total State and county taxes for
108 on all property were $3,648,61.44.
, Of this the railroads paid $3,462 07,
which in 18 per cent, or a little more
than one-sixth per cent of the total
taxes, State and county, collected.
Frank P. Gatlin, a sewing machine
agent at Bartow, committed z suicide by
shooting himself through the temple.
A wet and dry election will he held In
Santa Rosa county, July 31. The coun-
ty is now dry.
The Tampa custom house receipts for
the second week in June, show 310,(MX)
increase over the same week of last
Bishop James Atkini, of Waynenville,
N. C., has been elected to preside over
the liorida conference in place of Bish-
op Charge' (P Galloway, recently de-
Sue Ling. a Chinese laundryman, who
has lived in Key West for a number of
years, died iast week. The funeral was
attended by the Chinese colony. A
carnage was furnished for each person.
The Florida Division of the Farmer's
Educational and Co-Operative Union
of America will hold their next annual
State convention at Live Oak, begin.
ning July 14th, and continuing three
T. K. Wilson, cashier of the National
Bank of St. Petersbur Vla., has been
Indicted by the Federal grand jury for
violations of the National Banking
Laws, by making false entries in the
books of the institutions.
Mrs. Emily W. Smith, of Jackson.
ville Is stirring up much interest in
that city and among the charitably dis-
posed throughout the State in an effort
to establish a home for deserving poor
women and girls. It is to be hoped mhe
may be successful
Otis 0. Smith, a young white man,
Was executed in the jAil yard at Jack-
sonville, Friday, for the murder of his
sister, (urn Smith, inevral months ago.
Smith was to have lie-n hunted several
weeks ago, but n reprie'vo war granted
by Governor G(ilehr-t.
The Board of Trustees of Columbia
College Live Oak, has elected Dr. (i.l-
bert, of Virginia, as successor to Dr.
Nunnally. Dr. (iltbert in a school man
of wide and successful experience, and
the board deserves the hearty congrat-
ulations of the liaptint of Fklrkia for
putting at the head of the institution
auch a man
Florida has many beautiful flowering
tres, but one of the most gorgeous s
th Royal Poinclana. Of one at Port
Myers, the PreMs says: "One of the
S e"t beautiful Royal Ponciaena trees
we hIpve ever seen is em the pioee of S.
W. Kig, who readers aeros thi river.
The tr eisnow in o blloe, mad the
le.r, which is a brillnt red, can be
seN tfor several miles*
nla spite of the fact that between the



AW INIC SL D SALKAU ( \ .) to l .
si frt. e* emerew e6 P a emseftes

NiaMes of bes Sear of PPlis lb-
oetnet ]L Co a y, e e rMtoisa,
*f re B sgelur m Neeag oft ay
J Ih 9HW, at TaUaase* D.
rterMa*, I., May 11, 1909.
The Board of Publie Intrucmetion for
Iwon county, Florida, convened today i
regular session i the office of the
Count Supdrintendent, with Merfls.
John atterson, chairman Da

The minutes of the previous meeting
weret read and approved.
The report of the Treasurer was ex-
amined and found to be correct, as ful-
lows :
In the General School Fund the
receipts during the month,
including the balance on hand
at the close of the previous
month, were ........... $7,942 99
He had paid warrants from this
fund amounting to .... 2,064 89
ILaving a balance on hand in
this fund of ... .$5,878 10
In the Sub-Distnet Fund the
receipts during the month,.
including the balance on hand
at the close of the previous
month, were ....... 1,573 24
He had paid warrants from this
amounting to 956 50

Leaving a balance on hand in rant--s or the -ath
this fund of.............$616 74 April. A D. 1. iM
Warrants were then drawn in pay- ameCAmi.ATON or c
ment of the various accounts audited 1 -"a" in utreury 8 perI
and approved, per the following li t, L R.eceipt for monthaitm
smouniing to $4,771,34. herein ....
The Superintendent reported that in aL Wtaet outtandins
accordance with the instructions of the
Board at the meeting of April 13th. 4. Warrant oitstandins -a
W19 he had informed Professor L. l. L Totl vort drwn
L. .4. L Toal warrants drawnI
Harber of his nomination as Principal month as itmixed her.
of the Leon Graded and High School ('ash inhandiof treasurer
for the coming term and had ascertained 1a*. .
that he would accept the position. The
Hoard accordingly confirmed the nomi- j. i1. PATTH;
nation. I ItK I'iK'MV. terrstary.
Mr. J. It. Reeves, the Supervisor of
('ampbell's School a>ipear'd and askedI
that the school house be ceiled and THE NEW I
painted His request was granted and
an arrangement entered into allowing FroIm Tailbhas
him fifty dollars for the job complete,
he to furnish all materials and perform TholnAwilvl A
all labor and hauling.
The Board then adjourned until the Othae Georg
next regular meeting day.
Approved June 8th, 1909. VIA SEABOARD AIR
Chairman. I

B. EB. p, Secretary.

Feaaed **a u Fleit lao he St.
Josha's vw.
Jackaeoville TImes-Union. [

John Roeh*, who, with hiM brother,
Mike Roebe. lives at Cast Meadarian,
on the Ut. Jeom's river, ame out of his
home about o'cloek yesterday mere.
Ing, Sad before startit f"r his week,
tpepd d te the watO abto ea
atlas beatk w hI the O twrs rwe
buWng. Lm kiAg dw., Jusi 0 he was
beeneh a-I lat -tto rot

Bring the Law Depart*m o
WMsagtoo and Lwe Uaivesy at .
ilgta Va., late the fad eof Wr,
GOq P. MeCord "madea Sd" fto
he bet, and kept th s psee theaghmt
MIa Waote course at ths dadtlm.
IVmg entered after th It tm
wON month old, be wa ef maw a
k sbetaid his clssmae at lM he-
i, but by coWtmses and herd
n: was on a level w" the elM
r Charistmas. Nor dWi hIs .1
IMk rim f Nr W he wa
I 1e LW. L." ew a bafee tk feet-
aMaae had closed tht AI^VNW
M10dl I the ffreatm M t- h
UuMrWu of V a wa w oo
ONi by many = u9t-xiH h
I the kest fe up with hu ,
th that sessm
i alo, we-f aos he
of the W. A L BSam
Second iear ,he retarded to his
sbsl a fall fadged Bnor is Law and
a member of the Vara ty let Bell
Team, which team. by the wa, ptay
a wtahsr of the large UVhrWs'
nihaing this year .m.safoUy. ahi
slag s all examdlatioM ad reesu,-
Weg degree of L. L. be tmarned
home sad at once entered s.a the aX-
amlbiats of the Suprneme Court, to-
gather with a number of other app-
ecas. His many friends here and a
whber will be pleased to know that he
d~ these examinatioea also, aadow
Goo uyte Pierce MeCord Is a full
adgead lawyer. Just what ber% the
Colseel will hang his shingle n s not
yet known; we hope, however, that if
tbere is not enough work in our city to
keep another lawyer busy, he will Abt
take himself a great distance from

Peer Nill
is often thought to be responsible for
an infant's loso in weight or general
poor health. The cause usually ia that
the child has worms. They get the
nourishment in the food and the baby
starves, actually starves. White s
Cream Vermifuge expels the worms and
nourishes the child. sure and safe.
Price 26 cents. Sold by Hardee-Smith
Co., Drurgists 16-1m

Monthly Financial Statement
Of County Board of Public Imtruction.
STATs or FLORIDA. CouMrM or Laos'.
Tallahahm. Pra.. May 1. IoN.

rk Circuit Court:
tom & ehaplMt4r 4.L
Me with you the fte-
aternent ot al school
loss made and war-
dins the o0th day of
S.. 81.422.23
. 8.0.O0O
. .. S4t.75
--- s 766.09
370 .7 .
win... 2.,00.39
....4 Sn.765 '40

M, Fla., to

I Pok1ts,

SLeave Tallahasseoo (8. A. L).. 16 mp.
Arrive CapiE (8. A. L) p. m.
Leave Capitolb (r. C,). ...L0. a.
Arrive ThomM lil ( -. C.)..4.10 p. 1.

Florida Cetal will wait at Capitola
0 minute S heharld
This the e eot dah e between
TallahasseeMFo a melU
Trains -lee 'maU a v w A. C
L., for Albemr. Atlant at

Can buen Thm

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of Denmari tft st or I
at Pat MeCarre-n.- Ai

saw Is saw NW at sN Xaigha
IM-1w of "O wn
-i-ihul of damnpsoe draftsat
a9 OOd, W. J. At ikw od Wa **rt
J bMoi, at Dawner Spris Tei.
*BiB him a amvreoel
as At Ist be
I M tol |K _sp wad. H ao trid w
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waa brm ato tea. Several eta
wfiMwm wbdether wiap ia
avd vigoroauty before the 'gater wa
Whe at open It was femd that the
aberd p,,t, famtd m B
**. para a wa mu ha_ "-

Too C~a64am SeL am@%Uwwx
Iwaiaa3-wwi h
Thisibsa 66%g,
Pie am UtembZesurd wopI

What Is CASTl 11

-owl%' SW9~UP16iah ~ I
2~ mbw Op" m -MO
is- me 1 16 Wk

1han01%mi iio issueft~

,09 sM sthe iau. _

The Kind You Have Always Bou

In Use For Over 30 Years.
..emiu eess-. go m amWN sWmws g e.

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NO Even our
G1amU dhehmv knew whale!

will do.
of the w th f a nedleine Is the cures it can effect. Everr
.one who hwaed M-iia. SaIow Lianaeat knows that 1 w!ll

1Bd X, o.. Mo., writes:- "This is to
I f aed your Snow Liniment for tea
rbmadatiu, eumlg lame back, otz.

Thlme Sta" 2, S c, 0 l0$10

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To Hef. henry T. Foelkl. Ca
Sir-la -ampllanee with am
Laws .lt ]rWida. we hereby I
lowin mld finauslalne ta
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9 A mtsbmtU kImsmtyour
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mk Uk don oot bS0e=&I
-"wm EssawI m a abt nhe
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Apaslachlcola, Fla.

Ny my Of
Walks Wfore
To kyt ::

T is not by chance
that the HOWATRD
watch is the one tru
fine watch made in
The HOWARD Ib the retroned
combination of the finest teri.l
and worknia iq) cover rtuti.Ao a.i
Amerizan n.,, a .
h CTf, q .
S .it ory-: .*. '

Howard, IBMt, Walt-
ham, Hampden, Illi-
nosl and other cheap-
er grade in stock at
all Jmes. Every
Watch Fully Guam-
teed. Drop mn and
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We -^ 383.
:,BBI^^B a|..I 2w@3.W^r^^B^^ ^^^^y

TanUy & Yaeder I
Received, and Reeving: New Buggies with
thefinestAxleonthe market.
And this the Secret of a Liht id Sllent Run.
Call and see the Sample pindle,
Variety of Wagons, several makes and siam.
Panic Prices.

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hAe. OdwCeativ.tof .Aw, is duwa..dI. to s
SmelAviag inIA#MeStateofle ..d.a =o~jqa t
*at.. ofMe State Aga..d ot.1..IMa* .Wera~.

mee. ~sees"n
Gno. H. Houna, b~
OFFricz mopIIN44.-0- v-onrw
TAmuS ntISE, lOawuDA.m


139 S. Calhous Street, Tillhhms.

Excellent Fare $1 PerDa


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the verylmt mries In lI lines of building. Ca.l
if you w m emt.pig ay- kind of building. We ea
mnV you -m.M d
KoB Ia DaMmeD Lumber, Moudingo Turned Col.
umas hBsi-AMd e ARi Novule iBms&e to eriu.



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T.U.eW OuNO& pmm Ias"of

vib low V a 91buX"Iug Is in6M as
~~~~~~~9 to 'ui~We~Ue I thre ialf, M hhed".oft*
Indrre t gM h 6m-or fo" liht gW7
sr.i. a ee~eohulefy t Tre DSmed
L so" have rotoInsilh pwer.

b*- 1% sls es"erday t. aBOXd2Wame
Roe 1 A mk he IN Sh -ter6635ofth mw bam
W406106 To rthi ori heil roome __IL jPad~
me~~~~~o restowe teshSteeeelsmjIor fhoME un y ek.Vt. i@
~ply6 S. Ada. .6.- -f i hw Aj m C.., f Tr 0es to prpirnwFrinMelsr mP'vg '
offW" g Ts17b- i*

ou ok" Mr. A., 7=sha soodab is the we 4
W sr"das os w, bel UryIS WAY 07 mo St t m0.hV.e A. 3kpe

stso!LW* oAsltedh are Oo uI:eXad e ws h
heam f iml of n- eidee at ive b ide T ogether of or WN.!A "
ors. er he*eway a~tornemm ;;t;;rots eLamfaytio .the sim

'al Mah-Wls a = or boo mesby argey heirem
C. -" pls C. O s "taPe P .Tho e d I. _____rel

f vowO street lusseMTIesTieLVE STOC0COMPAN
or sot.m7 kody Juk ly Lekat of
imbs.Wilm lon ym o fHn mh5.440 wp. LatheTr07i =WUWit
cleh*ofwatfed T. Myerst Is JsuteafromoLaw ee enepsdothe a hnVew __rftAn7
eseilNwJsywhomueis" Month 400 byemUps Lme
Week. L- 01"p -Zpro0er *rW schoolbfo
a" "WOf Unvesiy WmereaseIbsx umm Is N b11W
Wh-b0t1a10 now.rtoy es o51t W int TOS UO S km of4 4
It s n8v o atbm fJck. I Ues~s fnomit meG&O Ul4 M o eh Afto"Storim N
Wh$=AtIsn pet et o et Mwamat Od MTISM
A-- 0. wh waheyy aumS~t 8 b rad IsIrrpmr a
ofa_ aiwdrei elygienbye rsM mersv of i..w t gooftw
L a ltte1.31Neva o* lm tl bn -)= i ee r gte..Pas Not wee .
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s Der OmeJumales 1 0mmd-

dr te i N of the Fedea Govern-
bs Republic Conveatio ate Chies
So I ean is pl inbm was asln t on
sbjec bt speech of aeptane
Sat cly e July 2 a Mr. Taft voh -
Sared thso statement ht:

1 lThe Democratic platform demand
two consUttionalt ameadmOnta-one
S providing for an ineoames tax and
the other for the election of
enatopla by the poplerm was s. In my
judgment an amendment to the
Constitation for an income tax is not
seeoesary. Il be*ve that an income
tax, when the protective system of
estome and the internal revenue tax
Ssh all not furnish income enough for
governmental needs, can and should be
devised which under the decision of the
Supreme Court will conform to the Con-
Nearly a year before, in a speech at
Columubus, Ohio, August 19, 1907, Mr.
Taft said:
"In times of great national need,
bowevet, an income tax would be of
great assistance in furnishing means to
carry on the government, and it is not
free from doubt how the Supreme
Court, with changed membership,
would view a new income tax law un-
der sueh conditions. The court was
nearly evenly divided in the last case,
and during the civil war great sums
were collected by an income tax
without judicial interference, and it was
then supposed within the Federal pow-
er. "Whenever the Govern-
ment revenues need an increase or re-
adjustment I should strongly favor a
graduated inheritance tax and, if ne-
S assary for the recenues, a change in
oe constitution authorizing a Federal
leome tax, with all the incidental influ.
ease of both measures to leosen the mo-
f tive for accumulation.
Without knowing all of Mr. Taft's
Snre recent reasons for believing that
a constitutional amendment is now no.
ceeary when it was not necessary
eleven months ago, it is evident that
Mr. Aldrich feels greatly relieved by
the president's message. In spite of
the finance committee's opposition, the
pane of an come tax provislop by
De seratic ad progressive Republic**
vote had seemed imminent. Mr. Al-
dri c had fought against adding any
special taxes. At Mr. Taft's instance

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Kh ;dm bm ne.. y. t he miSnd

w f t aec id roees

d yet mon with bed er
an j, theiresoe at thedia .
trdU or i

3I m- -r wo

imd *amfre 1. a.

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Erne Catarhk Car la takeni ar
mr m s

V. J. ammr & c, Teh, 0.
pat ) A. l11-1
he* ha r 1etm1y aeeepted the taxn
s d lte. To stave o the ado- 0.
tion of then come tax will be a partial
By his action Taft admits that h ex-.
poets theo ouseo and aste to make the
new tariff duti aso high that they will
not produce adequate revenues. He de-
spaires of an agreement on the Inheri-
tance tax, which the house has embod-
led in its bilL As a substitute the tax
on corporations net earnings is a fair
measure. both expedient and practica-
ble. But it does not dispose of the in-
come-tax issue.
If Mr. Aldrich believes that more
than one-fourth of the States will re-
ject a constitutional amendment per-
mitting an income tax without question,
he may And that he is the victim of
self-deception. Mr. Taft has no such
illusions. He favors the amendment
and repeats his conviction that the peo-
ple favor it. But apparently the imme-
diate purpose of his message to con-
grews is to unite the Republican fac.
tions in the senate on the Democratic
platform and to insure the final enact-
ment into law of a Democratic measure
through the Republie party.
A True Democrat reporter had the
pleasure, a few evenlns since of see-
ing a plant of the night blooming ereus
In bloom at the home of Mr. F. C. Gil-
more. The bloom is as large as an open
magnoba, of beautiful form, and weet.
refreshing aroma. This s ome of the
most interesting plants in the collection
of cactL
Chesh Mlones.
TroteI M. LB Chuob. Seuth, L Pattme.
Pmtrm. -4oev~e usander U a. lN* p. m.
Junlbw oul Lessu 50 pL OP mL lg,.-
ld I. m.A Adimmbwai.

'dwe, and Ue. m. 9i. at. *ea at.
p. m.
Frbut amptiet hoea, ReR. J. a. Prue.t Pawtr.
r'vt: lmsa*om tat111. a. .sad 7 N t p. .; Rlille
mdbmd. HLa.; -Jumolar K Y. P. U.4 'elmk I. a.w
nM ar L. P. U.r. Prdwa t at .; PrZWi'J
Prims un Wedamda Ta"m 7 st .J p:m.
St. Jse-'s &hmal Church: n.. Same Me.
raf. Ret-t. mrI wie --SumdavMd Helv
Da O 06.. 5umIa -priw sod Mrn 11
a. 01. m im= nw. 70 J p. n. rt-
proper sand .u.R.. sa-
ad rrmay uftt afw .ta rrvies. a
da nd atk m.Ih a.S
Cil riasidt admmo.un-
e at 11 'dak a. md Wed-mlu eveef t
Iii. *. Irseo th art mm. mm4 ~W. d
assmes... 6.*e... .d^ as *ek j
0 n de the P m Tis m I
amed M i a lu ak-met. sehur Nmdis m ru
=5r0M 1 i6 r Mir t M. 1R.
Maem krdsm he oM w fe t 7S" a. a

Jeff. D. Perrell.

General Kepair Shp.
Hore Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had year
of experience. .

A pof't1of the pimbil
tm'.is efte
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ON F. amrt, WL. J. OvaL
AJaaminm. P- ]FLom.

a i TIL &mmi.Luo
OwBgo usAsT. : :
Home I~M Ofs Phone

AW &M I ar JA04 AT LAW.
1.5 a 3gu ag y aue,
TauLaauM, -* FLOm.


aW h mr ai .nc...n k
ole S La I Set of New Cone Pual.
leys. A bargaep at this office.
S- Us I ear all kinds of printing.
Furnish your stationery neatly printed
a- ceap, or ear an you an buy
blank paper fro Ntail. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelope.d
FOR WooD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
Phone No. 217. 3
TaRsAms NotcMs, printed on cloth
orsnbort notice at reasonable prices at
this of.e, and It might ba well to ron
short Trespass Notefs ill your home
local newspaper.
DR. J. H. BuTT, Vetenary Surgeon,
Phone No 217. 29

m- ii. e ant ry pwI

a. b. BYRD & CO.

secsetr's NuMdes.
Notice is hervby given that SiX monthA
after the date hereof I will present to
the county Iudge of Lon eonuty, Flori-
da., my filal accounts as exeter of the
las twill and testament of Edward iH.
Myers, deceased, late of a id county,
tad apu:y for a Anal discharge from
seh exectitnrshlp.
PRDRtICK T. MTYas, seeutor.
Jam. 1. 1909. 4-.lm7mos
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Mrs. H. Pope.


Oat of town eedeamI'e
frm rmp Night

-se ~ea e ont


F~. hx


AU work in the Hue of
Roofing, GuttWInif, pota
ig, and glSbtM W Work
oUdtd, ad emp a e
taku to pkeae y pat-
rDe s,. .

M.mery wiuD etrly d*ststhe MeM
of aml Mad eospee tly d eth
whole system when eter Ca It
the -0sesu surfesm. Schk
shosM never be used exep s" on -
esriptisen from reputable phyuId
s the damage they win do ta
to the good s e as poebly derive
from thom. Ial's Catarrb Care, mana
afastanured by P. J. Chey & Co. To.
led., 0., eantalm so merry, Med is
taOke ntornaly tin dirct lya
theo blood awd nOu surftces of to
system. I htlag Hall'sCatarrbCoare
bWsureyougetthU4snlaoe. ItIstak-
en iatrmally Nid made in ToWedo, Ohiok
by F. J. Chenoy & Co. A Twtmoials
Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c. per
Take Halls Family Pills tor coet--
pato. 15-lM


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mm uof ap
nowsand tw
tios canotbe
the watw w
goo coed"m

No. ON mEI$

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Fti parties on Sopehoppy ad Oak-
lok vers. LaUnbch "Star" edy.,
comfortable safe. Expene ineoamider
Wood, captain and experience go L
Sopshoppy, 1la. I1- --pil

"Had dyspepsia or indigestion for r LAd Clyees
years. No aptite, and what I did d a chbsplla t
eat distraasd me terribly. Burdock to India hfr a fi
Blood Bittersured me. "-J.H.Walker, siderag rome tiM
Sunbury. Obho. 156-m s, with grat nm1
WT gl sa sl aslt"s
a"Nothing Wter1 0
Cream Vermi e to t
a day.

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mass eso m ss env
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For Sale by Harde-Smith Co.

and make b'
had ef I o

S569 S. Monroe St.
* RATES: $1.00 PE|
Reaonable Rates by the Week or 1
Everything New, Clean and a
L Beat of Servlme.
E l i i4 S i 4egS 4

Gct Your Tcams = f

244 South Br ough Streb 8sad
Firn Stat.

Good Saddle Hoeri, New Buuiam. raod
Single Drivers. Call and ee M

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M w les trthon oe f meen
w iew. apnrepriste
uiouf y of A ouracoy aen-
wne be valued.
Shotel andeond-

t verm arep s tfullye

1 etieu oHarbtoprine
a* Jl emelIt,

"saw a letter of aSWAP-
ago *te tvkd.
*m tora rrans* for

tary whini atis,

of Tammany are
iB learn that you have
the elebratlnm, of
ef American inde-
pe we! mndthey dl.
oeef Itaer doee ap.
w ill beplesed toss-
the two #long talks. I
may over as much
Your wish in this
I m piare. As a rule
Ih faveor us with the
frM forty to sixty
a y be about three
addes, a
the Grand
the read.
whoMe d My-
to haoe youad.
yeo wish to be
b e meot happy
pWm the way you

basteth whee hals

seto rpoad".
esf thesatniekS.
gmoiedto hav. TO

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it Mta for6
ait om1 hom

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2 ............ 1.00
3 ... ...... 1.25
4 "' ............ 1.50

Low in Price, Sanitary, QMdck Freezing
We have ready for you a Large Stock of
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4ows, Lawn Mowers and Hammocks :: ::
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The country is growing.
During the last two years everything
has been wearing out.
Nearly 90.000,000 people have been
doing business, even if not on so large
a scale as prior to the summer of 1908.
Railroads have been running, wearing
out cars and locomotives, rails and tiee,
without adequate replacement. The
machinery in tens of thousands of shops
and factories of all kinds has been wear-
ing out its life, even though not run to
its fullest capacity. Every piece of
timber has been rowing older. Bricks
and mortar have been deteriorating, and
the new buildings and the improvement
of old buildings have not kept pace with
wear and tear, says the Baltimore Man-
ufacturers' Record.
While the country has been resting
from the tremendous gait at which it
was rushing forward up to the day of
the panic, nearly two years ago, it has
still been at work. Consmmption of
everything has continued, even though
at a slowerr ite but rapidly enough to
have brought about a general deereaN
in stock of almost all kinds. The
shelves of the country store are not
loaded with dry goods or hardware. For
two years the country has been buying
from hand to mouth, cleaning up every-
thing ard getting down to hardpan.
During all this time wear and tear have
been going eo to a far greater extent
than uI generally appreciated.
In the midst of an industrial depree-
sion the average man gets pessimistic
and is afraid to venture on any new out-
lay. He seems to think that even:
though after every storm the mn has'
always bunt forth with its -ceutonmed
brightness, the financial or industrial,
storm is to last forever. Because of
this fact compartively few business
me in time of depression get ready
for the inevitable return of the days of
sunshine and prosperity. The time has'
come, however, when every man should
get ready to do business.
The dawn of the day of activity ad
prosperity ib here He who would be
ready to get te benefit of the full sma -

lew and moreve moide mhinry


Sk Ildneys WeaBeo the Whele
Bedy-NaBe Tea III. Laegald sad

Sick kidneys weaken the body
through the continual drainage of life-
giving albumen from the blood into the
urine, and the substitution of poisonous
uric acid that goee broadcast through
the system, sowing the eedsof dime.
Los of albumen causes weakness, ian-
guor, depression. Uric poisoning eausee
rheumatic pain, nerousness, nausea,
cricks in the back, gravel and kidney
stones. The proper treatment i a kid-
ney treatment, and the beet remedy in
Doan's Kidney Pillb. Great Tallahas-
me cureeprove it.
John James Grant, retired, 10 Caro-
line street, Tallahasee., Fa., ays .
'For a number of years kidney
afflicted me, and it would be hard to
scribe all the mieery that I endured. I
was never free from a doll acheina my
back, and on some ocesasions I was eo
bad that I could not get around. The .
kidney secretions were irregular In p.s-
*e and otherwise unnatural. I ale
had frequent headache and disy spell..
I had seen Doan's Kidney Pills so ly
adverted that I at last made up my
mind to try them and procured a box at
Hardee Smith Co.'s drug store. They
soon cured me and I have not had a
sign of kidney trouble since. To say
that I endorse Doan's Kidney Pills, I
putting my appreciation of them
For sale by all dealers. Price
cents. Foeter-Milburn Co., B13i6 i
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-sada
take no other. 1.. 1
should be done now. Delay I. dagy-
ous. The man who is aontemp lting the
elargement of hie fatory, but t
poes the actual work become e te
uncertainty in his own mi~ a s to
whether good timed will soon beheb er e
not, hadbette tto wrk th ah b
tie or ee SOW U-- will sMM to u*|
him and so ecrewd the shoesad b-
mrmse the demand for tbaer thet
est etf bildi and m g
phasi w be vry te r Iu
Oe whoat"mM &ew d0e.6
nTes ioantyisrowt. It'ise Iu-
nearly IOSO pesle a murto
Its I 1tr-1 Io in

powers have Meer yet bee isa 4

co-m BO wikh wht the M
M h reyr t mear
hee eem a`, =
OW ae .,6 de h t m m

brm-m for 1e% m
I ^ ^ ^"le ._ ^ ^ ^ h s k^ ^ ^ ^ A A ^ ^ ^ ^ H ^
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For the n TWO WEEKS I wil pton sale

schgoods that you ar e now sing

evew day, a t saving to you


Sheeting-- ...- ..-- .- ----.-------- 4 1-2 cts. up
Sc Gingham---- --- ----------------- 51-2 "
Good Bleaching .. --- ------....... -... 6
Fruit of The Loom -----. ----- 9ct
India Head at .... 12 12 cts
Long Cloth from -- --... .... 11 eta up
Same reduction on all our fine Dress Goods.

We still have as fine line in Men's Pants as ever.
for much less than before. Why? Because don't
much rent to pay, and no clerk hire. YOU SEE.


In Knee Pants we take the cake, that is as to make, style
and pattern, and above all the special low prices.

Suit Cases from ......-.- ..-

-.-.79 cts up to$8.79

Ladies Muslin Underwear cheaper than you can make at
Still Selling 2 Spools of Thread for---.... -------.. cts

The Best Hose in Town for less money.

A full line of Men's Underwear. Long and Short Sleaves
from 21 eta up,
Look at our Fine Hose going at Skidoo Prices 23 cts, well
worth 8 ets.

Great cut on Ladies Foot wear worth pricing.

We still have plenty of those highly gilded hbm amd Oil
Paintings which wesell at 49 cts. with eey Two Dollar

May be a half block out of the way BUT the Maving will
be more than back hire even on small purchase
Thanking you in advance.

Ywa for ipudmlip sad amhm,


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City Delinquent Tax List.

bwb tmat we the m 0mslanu willbe "m d t
WW PSW 40 hea use fiuinv to POL s am nonw t-
pt"ot h =4 mtmTt ot ~moa aftmoSame


son --------------------------------?~ t 90~bvm------ .......

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GWWA. Li mtu so--------
tbomsr- o -U ftTC is.. thew f 9h~me.
AL TCb ................... t a ...........
Part ad the w .slaw% ? Lts
in. tbefaga 10 ft9 k Ldao.w a ft.4in
t' a M ft 9T s ioo, to um.4d eims-
SAM Z~mCom o ---- ..............._ TC Ott lid.. dfto 4. Chof
NAW dliam-------------- ------ ---- -- mIwhtailT C Letl7C a %c. house
644 0% ............. --- --
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C. H. "LUS. oty Tax Colector,
Tallahwuee, Flonda, June 4, 1909. 15- t

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, "Utbor of *"T Black Ba," the great story of mystery and ro"ane the
L to rn IS this paper a a eMrtml. Among the beet known work of Mr. Vi
i N M Teuce O'Belok," "Getlema. Adventrer." "The Brams Bowl"
T"7he Pitvato War." He hb also been a contributor of short storle, Tve
Setc. to magam-es for some years past.

Los" mi s Bmug
ft's aveam's~s j toL b"' h
Wo Bb e swin thi
%*ad* sin wtm


A,0" dilrmfg a qU bot o
wi to board durie the -m
weeM be terstd to coofer with
rleomMo Moore, North monroe St..
side city -m-t-. 10-
Fw S a.
A seoal sbad hdl bugy chap
Eash. (4-t0) tCLaRs a
FORe BLu-A ine fritek mle
amd two Me befer. Apply to C
J. Diuhi, k hlhsee.

Have Your Shoes

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sInes*but a doebi.
W "m mmer tplalpain

n ver. 118k to broader val.
nthe seest whom there are
pif e which were once he.
WateS If one looks dowp
.e a slight elevation they
fgre or as though a
Spread over the earth
OW, WtPos old fad iren.
'IMi to early ertanm.i
-agaae swill all ow. Many
Sbusa ae perfect rectan.
db seo ptat s bed 1is a
I So n el a of twe.
No Id a lose^ landy of
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nl"N is vividly
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af May some of tto
iatn8 to reap their
Shtat. mad wbne this
w11I be fre to plant
tOlme the mueb mnor
Me trie e. Replg ngand
Isgat~er one may
broadest aowlag of
seed to rets has onded
llaoted to rows., perta
Si fast tam and a ch
iiBSeU tlaetum from
a "wo can Ppe
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F ofeaw a or
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Sto well dratl-
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P. p. P.

P. P. P.WW v yew

P. P. P.
A P. _116

P. P. P;*
w shm aara 4fts

P. P. P.

P P. P

It J le fIt Tn~ b~ H ~l dull

row1 rof' f tn Ia hd e4h "adow t
p. p.osp. Whees

l I nh I pem iow
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
and PotassIum.
"Mb"Mo "dpd t Il aef yout
I. V. mWMAtN.
o;e'alt J Glwgi.
FOR dAa tit' tLL tiMl.; its a.
it In respwI It aerha bau apIl of dull
we-ther that lsts more than a fe'v
Japonse' men and woeimen cmt their
rows of grain 1v holding each plant'
stalks together In ouw hnd and rcut
tiUg them ofT with a mharp. heat knif-
at th oend of a tmalght handle a foot
or more toIlength. The handful is loid
tidfly on the rklie wbere It has grown.
and Its neighblHr Is placdt btilde It
till the small field toI covered hy the
traws. To thrash. tho heads are cut
off tbhe stalks and then pouudel with
a heavy wooden mallet.
A Muman bungalow.
PokeO" didn't Impre" you favors
No; e's just a bungalow."
OA what?'
"A btow T loew ba t any foe
datUOI."-Newark News
A Preet.
Jubb-Whp. Jimmy. you loek as If
y'd grow fow rt f tF sac* I last saw
M. JIMMay-RHhb!? I woisht I bd. I'd
mhbit to a dime I.Mssn a iues w -%
as qmadrUpedr sad eIt a pole of
mmo I wOM.ld
Hi Visit Shet.
rM Duk of Wlliatma oc wrleo
t1 Dr. H0t. for atrwatl e asto
the MtW for mquiYreses of a roY e
e;as hwo hae bead s der hs tis kWU
SMa m T ieter taght eo sfai Mat-
* I" Ms &aswer the qu
O 111 10 p m

W*lNkwmsa m he I
d~am% o


AN Ph1a1la0 Jobs
as wms & was sAd mas m e
ttoe dawn bad W emr a a&W
I1M es ,arsma i t m iwas t" a hn
Mer,----- up-- te delve teat alr pl
eine am o p"W am wminme

the wnagehaidldo tt u .
the Ws&Idbee aoll s naeve sm

-rak you. y,. oode Mmtear"
mM 3m pnmakal Jthe bosa e
laml nra sly *way om te doe-
turna A le did o to look at the
coahma and y w. "He atd d
6I W irt, Teb! Get Upf' And aray
went tIe breouta ma sou.
Where tt borne waa, who the m l
tree of the carraee was or what sA
dM or asM wheyn *e c1am oeu of tmI
shop or what the cochase did or Mi
w ase oppedid soat tohe door of "bthe"
*ad found the carrlage empty-ell that
only the e bma n amy.nd the lady know.
--lande Tit-Blt.
A Tebar In a B Andket. way
Perntsp the mobrougha t m o to
which Mor said when pt their a et to
hold or wmeok. omettim the he coachman did ock'r mid
basket ls woven for the purpose; often-
er It to made from a sombrero. tht
whe, gh rowpped, atraw hat of theme
and found, cato wrriagb the bir mpta pt, a
bole t In to e crown to ltie him air
and tto brim earefullt tied d.own tt
be may not epe. The bullought use to
been filed pute theironal baskeport of Me-
o, ldt g oekahtns. So meti mere ock'l-
basketwoveal for the humblest purposent maoften
hae I me from awhsom be keepro the

watched with pride and tends with
Onide of the igcrownedt uses to whofich
bkcountry, In pobbly eer been put was
andthe dbrimly apprefulane In the downreeta of
be may notn scarrpe. The bullfight bhas
Iro, but okfightonld ers his moreati-
Irandma.ber. of unknown ace. who
teld ont a sknny hand to the passer-
by for th e btav while wpe at mayst
nfabis gay gmeo. whirey tkeepst In
a carefully mald o ano n his er.-Elpatio.
or Hope Jowton rid Oe andt Mens with-

DreOne o e f thet us to whlind.
basket as probably eI haver beenputlonwas

odore, tsates and Ideas wbieb do not
remember to have had in reality.
Perhaps p they are the l streets whib
my moung man carrtebe throun a the vel of
sleep of my earliest tabyhood. I have
heard "the tramplhin of many waterr"
dmietma wonderful ownt vaget who
n leep. out a skinny hand lto they as It
by! I for thed ae until it was almost
f all and tte mn.ur aely In my wk-tust
Ing hours, but the ease of touch plays
Pra es Important part. n leeter-p I al-
mo nHoeer Johp. No one Outid
ufflDrant. and I enjoy an indepe.d-
tno quite fnorelg to my phydrms Ial life.
Now I taom apell eas my which I dor and
It sremembetill rarav or hader to pell Into
my band. My cated s through the vndentil of
ofsleep my phyearliest babyhood. I am delight*
beard to be trampli endowed. If only wat.
sleep. or te as m and glory as it
wI! I gam and la until y t vanis these.
thI rnell of apply balste m who dwell be-
youd t hehe ae of bodily touch pla.-
Heales KImper to ntart. In sleep I a
Snever grope. UNo one gurtaes me..
A most ansitall thbnl occurred one
erenal a o rrival easi t I mall
tow I seldom s and. We fngersnd
awan still the for oto to spell nto
derandr My man. Hact wa IndeTdn
to bmy phys fiNal t f n a delight
be hed abtMed whte tle la ao-
der to be th e onlymwt
and. evdtr them a aNI to dopIts
winged aenels and Joyfully joins the
wthimle ng of happy beings t who dwell t be-

tul n he ahew. wo boe held then,
door ope- (8w as d steped late
Belne JeeIn nt
Th-e 1 sI t UI haher

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Buildlng _Stem-. M.m... Woerk -
ficlal Stru, ftr BuIdn as well
Coping for Ras-ag a. d

We have our bomse about 'eampletAd. Let ev
se our New St i u Stmture.
Two ans of MarMbe jJt rsodied wildlbe t
to show you the fresh new marble i various ni
"REGAL BLUES'," the kind that wll lat lone m
looks better than any other in this climate. Call ai
inspect our line.
We are agents for the best Iron Fence on Earth.
All work guaranteed to satisfy you.
ce o G. F. L ., i fr of
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Just received the largest shipment
Cardui ever brought to Tallahassee.
est woman medicine in the world.
and Black Draught. All other Patent
at reduced price.

of Wine of
Tha great-
Also Viloo
t Medicines

Carry a full line of Groceries, Shoes and Dry

Get my prices before buying elsewhere.
cash for my goods, sell for cash and you
have to pay the bad fellows debts.
Also Brick for sale cheap.
Your friend,

I pay

223 South Adams Street

Store Phone 208




The most perfect little implement ever
made. Sharpens the dullest scissors in
a few seconds. Edison's latest inven-
tion. Should be in every lady's hand
bag. Lasts for five years.

If lcaly 25 Ccmts





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Whit. lmewils d
worMh12am d 1k.
RttWDS, tgosoat

viw 9c

otiluh white Organdye
At. everywhm.r.W,6q

an hr
a yard

Good quality Dhschagau"71C
yaWwie, n 7o w

MPONS NO. 89. 14 MOmNS ST.


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The aUpM 3swoI W
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PihUOsi4 6.UNEm a ft,
bM!, "o "a. N".0I

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an the

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ow ouiNOW IM
am nuoftusmd

a gemse, Oand ps

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Th dalao Wef
Is s to bd i
40 I,00ls
fnkmGoems r

Waot isf
wr fow*er

rs.fise. ad14

> Mmly msusfantd

mw tbe -
nW M s ir eh

a Sembord freiM
hrews mad o th
Wr new teahes pe-
eImty ashews wO
Med eseMs -.
Great day. It is
imltdes of Polk
a ert boome.
IMt from West
dMy tbyo ur is
etwees Tasu and
be tlt project, to
I W ff. ma.
thob.l~im fan *. A.


bohard doi

Shis pre of-(

a amputation of a sWnMuu W TS MT.lgT Mthe head i botw
&er eMesmpumI hns (Prmm Maautfrws'. Record, et
sbeot four non Juea, 18,) meo I)
ity-four hours. Sinee 17 the out has mid 81,. -m. m
Sbuilt from Pe<- .0000 tone of phosphate reek. m1b
6bl 4 tho padt fatry th sa k
rss s of lad alve*mn W .0 I,0M 0 s oft e hfio
mwwan oun ty by 9aSM thia es t a pofdseed bLag
4 and killed Deputy N00.000 barrels of petrolem. t"2 3 IIs
eriouely woae 8iM 110 MD the Sut ha eat 270,000,.
wth is Bdrd 000.000,000 fet of lumber. hI ofosa t 5
the town alara- the pImt 10 years the South si aa u Ubarte
ythewa Is Oa raled 1125,M000 Ibals of eottoo _.
* year. If the South bad ivn away to other thi te
ward statm eaMdidly s etioes allth phMephaesroek, theooel, hI peuia where be eaesM
ina for UnitedB Stat the1mber sad the petroleum that too0 r 0 tbe rMeed, the" pAm
-Punta GoOr. er has pmeed is the prlodi metwo*d aS_ jh shel with aS P
Ho w sseor allof the eteao with the seed, thatdw mg
ft it he. psedeed an the pail tam years, .w and semes -
re a Itslesswould wet havebees gt as t111 shell is ft
hhto th me to it through we1b6 eat to summont
teto othstiodragIM Ion whatDaftodoe
Of ,0 o0,00 of Its native. It rased af opinioa i t dth
and edunted this vmt army of people, em be toste-
olyo watheim atfer mschlaeg hpe. i *l nte
IN due ti e mv e avho bwMd ra.r Nogii"e IesNr
emegy to he upbulidieg of etherme M gw sde dtls. PM
SoimsPO &lie febloed woo raiMeW5. em awOewe
h e&2 91,7WS1 whlte aveaeet sme -----
n0 9i ithe UMite StwAse bwu$ an
dw their ati tyi; t. I, or ) p e sae,
o5 Ivift In ether kUteat Sw.astawe

;6 *= Mow=me = Ml O k f pow
sae aga dhis Thee wee.
SGutM b potalms predastim wiOh its teted o a bik

-h8m6st IWO$ bah k Iss es.m"beeanms 416&
who t is A tdo M*s me 1 I S Erni -

Nook -adseaeeAly i am s to e 1hu 1k ht I
weS WI sw>Ne****s Shete> bu
JW b- thes -A^ sn -be N ese
P %llws aftab Is" w TH__| RO M
din a mae a u ss am w 9 Ve s W

lb ee l. puee m Lan.e
WhIsf e- h TOM A A n ft A OAK

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do in iTalahassee In a very thort

Take my "tip" and. come in ai let

yoican buyriglk

NMDIC NU NLR. ftMn a Mamooa liftBI01sue. No. i PF.
3k L Aiisaiseat .4malmease am lttle father oat ef Meu. g 0 areO, we go m"aft
3 m. W-com Leti, MMw I,, sio oe k. WA m aM, tirAmse A. swi
eg s, t4IMBA 1n4o 3 (1m0d--s of Leers Gmerae No. I ,P.
Aya apital.. w Ha 14 aer& en tee r.Ldg shee l

""LU L. lUNt PROPTY FARM ,LANDS. sle reanm the r Qh t ,er at
SU MUo, rr-.- In sab .t4 s tilo fro tm ,oh m t "N6 S.
t. -* 4 Brisk Bore. R- R ath, new u oreed. H lad. b Prh t No. 1
Oumat N.1 2Fgood .oeatlen rmet. Pay Ne. 7 F. ir i M
at Cw p. dI pe I ftP dedetimng asa ag m8@ ces0mn the t. Angustine roed adi -e=
on heSt Au! fi. kileety .
e C. B .. u .9 6i n.- Moro St.- ws*tlm .land. a yr. ,elt rmere
xb Park Aye Iet uO6& Ba. I. Mr 8t Paistic .a.P emk I to m b ons S d. msbarm .L.
h si andeother 4ut hens... Lm wt owsoell tope MU O prWlft
oa fIlt. Ife Gadem. Poetry Yard. A Hotel o MonoeM St See m Pte ew w.80. 1
No. I nL pSpeial. sout it No. 9 F. 80 see on lak f Med, eON
JiBa eItiMl Loest, teati BUILDING LOTS. M miles from city a ieeo. to city H*io. Godiad. Pesse nd
1 Jaum m Ne. iVne Three lots a bloek smoth of State anklemd. Nearly alleultivatd. FRetatIit. Foe water. 7 remm hm
Boee his 7 borom, College for Wome. 1 at $15. sat awe ad Aever wthowt teantA. A FlaIi location. Vey cheap at priMe
b eBeplfe UK. fotm. Pritce $1,150. ,$1,.70.


hmem80. Offen 103 LMm SL b bakh ldfta Assb d wlth J. T. BkMrd ad S

WOO hued t0Em3us.
*OR ewLow Se"r
~Ali% eam, batlmfreo
-, Lo tent.Of the
sbift. peanfte oly thre

b 4* ix faledto p ass
abe feller. mTIA nt

am" tumehsmby t6e
"S*es at Liss anty and

~ EwksiesiCol.

do t he Stme*

the a of mow

ANDan ea4"M CrnTmATne.
Miss Rom esa ge.Lare IIIB ida.
CWlem Dunes., Chafrs. iM
AnneM.Duv~f 1IlohaseeVa
Ai" JU.ia Dohims, lsaimes, Mia
Alice ChakiresTalbbumise. FUi.
=0 IZwiIu WeodvilK mia
1 .i~Wqmdvllls Vii
"~~~0 0erlDies Wodea.
Matin 4m&F' ama mwewot, AliVia.
A~ls.. Johis, Cair, Via.
GoetuudsHa nl'.k-mV.
Kattw L .Wil~mlam.FunVxlley.
"Janet A. Hm aikionvllle, PhLa.
If~fi A. ogyJaekmwville,

vills, V UIWO,
"Anne Maxwell. Talehes..ria.

maanm ass mAe aN s
F..! G.L n..H 3 JL LM.3


lasse~a sad St L New. PKlCIC MOTICE
JuneA mr. D. F. Oran dt, road -
commalaour for this disteist, came Gred tesak Jly I7. 19. at the
around one day last week, taking the JaBa flsat frtdde f o the
cemsu of habds subject to road duty in ieoll e nhlew.
this district. He went as far emt as Everybody is Invited to come and
Dogweed, and retarnng, h went as brain full baskets.
far west s the Junctioo of the lamoia There will be plenty of rofreshnemts
and meriduan roads at Cromartle-plee. on the ground,.
irs. Bond is up visiting her daqbhter,
Mrs. PF. VanBrunt, at this llale.
Mr. and mre. J. U. t urtney, e ra.
dy eomaty, Ga., visited Dr. Aders last
tel a with sadnes to my that
Dr. Anden died on Monday. the i1 1t
last. at his bomre west of this ple ni s
stfarfromuasikJan. He wasburaio
eMtorday in iT eaometery at the Pr e
P teras church ner m eridv Dr.
And was one of our moat h, i able
ad stimabls eitisema. one Whi ed
details a tos MIs r olyen bis u tl
upo t e somsmaity and the ei We
exted oWr sympathy to th fm ad
friends of the daesed, and w fsy
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