The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075917:00094
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4 residivens
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e. There are onley C ae000 qares
ta folab eM as fYor l, a an d only
a portion l i f SaIin Sc.iati fo.
ipothle watr fo nroetle ras that
Ulad gi ere S an te wi aer.
IloyWes t i the su rers tcyin t the
n est "a's stoak no e -ilroad
wever, hiswill bee thmedied by
tm o etrane, of the East Coast line to
ei n oareo counties and 22tctie ta

ando s in them the S tate of
lays claim to 11 ise la t nds. he

weis ser, tando winters oremerd
te tnlte mof the ea t ine ts

tie s a raie fortoe tanu fa oitro
Thd possin the s tate, aSd efromia
the does t seem to tak advant-

ofthee a roably on account of
aeowm pimed pre uG e. When he

ade soemetoielof te Statem ao
oemJwil remindont of vew IsChic ag

the le e and be wingeState invthe
I s is er iales, iagood t de yor
man who appresa toeb ntree fob.

Iut M=9ef o- doute ebn o wkeid-

w .ive ethmltie to he State i
dent ad NewtYno me Statesonl o41
etes.h The,,tae only m ,0, frmg tce

opportnities h"- e n t forsttlestha
KAeWsitearges ty0-t -
similar^^ to^^ the ^^^c sum rs J in the North

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MhY, pZCE?0ER "7, 1906. .K
JYss toAPlwa ,aN t None*
'Justihcs to Alt-Speclal Privilegesto None. "
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r psteal- -r deolmhad nd Mim-
d. ** e

Ut twaovr.

At ea Cor
to he
ate ad A lam.
dn ew o Ale ands
VOWs nn10agin

adroathe of the
sal nd 8 st t

6et N eewehr fer the
i e M o if Ohi eandw

Tor wbou te of tem t win.
Rsdt Ceo lo-ewa de W -

M. in w be w 1 and
A eh c|ao t testiedfo MrsLoot alb
adC i eettw sad his lit. n
oldest f bestk aot families dsI o
trisesw wthe f tio naryla tofame
adL prsand-nophw oof Alexander

ohr Univerpity and s w the Uni-
oe conty of Be.ln, endserved with dies
At.. th ArU of the Potomac
during the Civil o r. He was a
i or .f the Nw York fe Itur-
aes and Trust Company.
Thers anno emet of the prize win-
nrs at the State Fair was made Wed.
needy night .of last week. Pols k and

whish to getep an" dhbint her iDe.
soths, iut e orcuti ae h wor rofp
iees. lp mX i M Mdisplay took
veirsty rie t a, ad a numerous

See Collins for your Job Printing.

nous to a tropical climate and the hard-
ier sorts of the North. Three and four
crops per year can be grown on the
same acre, and the farmer does notr

months, but can cultivate his crops

ten months in the year.
The average soil of Florida is sandy,

been discovered in the Statp, and there
is little diubt buwhat this discovery
will add largely to the State's. revenue.
All the grasses used n the manufac-
ture of matting, ropf and straw goods
g"ow profusely in F orlds, and offer
oh ings for manufacturing concerns
Mloga line in which there Is no oompe-
tition and splendid profits.
The death rate of Floridae is lo tha
that of Maine, Masschusetts, New
York Pennsylvania, Illinois. Virginia
and inneeta, the variation of temper-
ature Is small here seomp ed with
the Northern tats and Mthis n part
seouats for te good health of the
aes. The anualmoe. tempera-
S Cis 70odegres, spring 71 degrees.
summer 30 dgrees, autumn 71,A--
and winter a re. he ears
wil fillthe t1art yone with
ierdsa o of the tNorth erner hor

rooend It weald ampee the Ish

Rebli ent the

Net WiNos e Cs16 11 I1 Mr.
** to t .

The ftlwig. a kte fr the
Florida Christian Adeatei which
paper copied t from fte Atlanta Jour-
nal, sad is from e ed aeriese of let-
tore written ftrom Jape.:
"I feel impelled to that Mr. BrI -
an's tourof Japan ha baen of the hgh-
sat value to Chtristiaa sinoes n the
empire and of the greatest benefit to
the moral life of thoee who beard his
addresses. He lived the life a Chris.
Uian and uttered the aptiments of a
hiia w rever went. A few
wnzbts also 101hie Il Utt an Oth
nI d SeaI had talk
with taq (C'

whol pwsIen

f e at
adsra t1t Alm t -

present of atwur e ay.1h
man, who aspke to im so warmi y
hould m fy, we ate pes bu t t

hlryhl eofatiis a top e.
IPrince of no awit t t ;okyo 4ot
me: III am &
htaribute In any ma r I ea'Baty
iii" Mr. mBrM y bo the "Old

boom" or to intmedl e nt
politesnt of T he pour etl k, have
m=ne o bep aoke to m- o se ofMrl

lives at homwao in oa, Without
abruptness or imw prewla y he bea
At a banquet e Toy th, in to r of
tribute in any meeare to a "Bryan

bo or t o, w alled on to speak tot
Buhe ntiment in tribute to tim great
seaman. Others were drinking wine,
but he ratseda gasu filled with pure
livew at hoerm and beabn his remarks without

these wonerds: Admir Tog won his
victories on the water and ev tispurywhere
water, the git ofh Gds love, I drink
St, another owacalledsion he declined an
invitation on the ground that he could
not accept it without a violation of his
conveactions as to the obervance o the
but How grd is sucglh i example of
wChristan manhood when oremared with
the limp awornd ickle type of piety often hi
victorseen amon tourists, which i anthi pure
water. the gift of God's love, I drink
to his health."ImI

or nothering, action he declined antal

invitation or surthe grounds that he religion
not accept It without a violation of his

of some people is so sorry it will not
convbear shipctiong a t over even the short dis-

tance o a hundred miles. That example ofr.
ChBryitian anh isoolid wheand sound that it can

Sarimp found f the wor without the oht.
elocatdeterion or aoun The religion
of o The Speople i o orry It will not.

Georgia a been given a fine, fat
bear shipping over even the short dis-

tpouen by s om e of his admirers and
Bryan ikas it ianabel, feeound that it can

eat deterioratill further increase iont
weight, eysDepthe New York Hera.
He han old derided tgro have it killed Southern
stGeorgia a td been fne, ht.at
rtlig t Iward a barreviv meeting it
wave e till further increase ith
Awigp a me. New York Herald.

,o'.d ss 'en dtd' tee

"Wies di mt"
"Is l .o' ealnk t done killed mne
"I*_ jodo *it ,

nml I

the Fleed" WMe.
A recent o. th (ao 4
diana) News- ete tbaed a0,
lowing story, whi h w pl p e of !
at to all Floridias: .
"Bill Brown bre etsm i rewe
ergedes thIa wektheo g Oate
of alligator hide that heaq
died in one trip. His load
1,07 'gator hdgeM aAS e
BU1 sold hia hids R. AtU
for 870. Thisal a tha
few gatera1 $1letIa e
bowMmin erpwRi 40
Mnay be e, .

aequtae with

Ag re ald Seator N. A. 8litch
aof Convicssatad Rail-
Sarrived from
Tampa Tusday moring and drove out
th tturpent*ine amp north of the
city, d A the Tev wenI wet on to
a to i Ulme a The
ea with tlmtea &es mas
d.wIteb si"ldoms In tothemall
north of S. Peterabura d will
epr favorably the Lao eamp,
for that is a Instituti, being
la'h than the one here.
T t men were Interviewed by
the lepdt as they had just fn.
dhei d s and oyster supper at Alen's.
Mr eLin said:
'Our convict lea system is good.
There ha been trouble but not from
State prisoners They are aort term
~ rinmy i O is who p
R6 ti aoemoude. The mjorty of
t pronern e aa m.h e
to e amp rom life where there
*-hbea s nO regular hours for work,
.p, tes eoatn g. It is to
eu It these to mw e in Sin

4e"i Md t= e shet

Se. nth en eth or
tr14 ^Vftimel hi ---- Inn

sY O put the m e te
Ua san a d" O an* Ta

tlw ort fr e e
J rftr 1 lte di m b T et Tbe t
dested m irps, weM t meet atteeon

tb doi pMeal etie d m eb Thesea
n nrot Inteir strata o bife

w brutl pa ,o r wiked, old
thead batid rts, but men of the hen,
iter md stamp that we transact eure
You put ta mem I -- Is a
peris n Ina e d o ells, i t PLters u

i mm

A spasmodic break in the right diree-
tion w ma det by a member o the

p ollee force the other niht when he

hatd an dl -etsdtheir majoritym, abt
or a saloon. Two of the oung men
ys tem itn thour et a omnthd by ther
l ate system, willth M st TreTenet on
dusteda oamps where the miet a ntetlo
gimt thoa. Zd wihes th ld the

mttete wThe b utinms the t ib TSoate

garded as honorable, up t eiM seas
not e nmfrom th loweroty- atr aof N

acter and stamp that we transact baic

fobi attest wnl sa loon and poolo
o with from day to day In the ordi-
nary avocations of life-it. Petersburg
Independent, December 1.

twenty-one years o alee, and Lait would.
A spasmodic break In the ht direc-
betion w asen ma oe r y mem of the
oli cen ore tha other niget when he
arrested a quartet of young menwho
had not reared their majority, but
wtho were found either or n a pool room
or a saloon. Two of the young men
fthereand the stpt moment was made r
by each of the pa rent that it was notr

against their wishes that the boys fre
quented the places In question. That
did not cover the law however, and
when the recorder read section 3, which
orbids the visit to saloons and poole
written permit, they were much wiser.
to carried asatbut limits the life of
adn pernmot toa enty-fouer hours.i
o moete fany saloon and pool room
in the city may be seen boythso not yet
twenty-one ysars u aa e.and it would
were made to und erstand the law. Ite
is certain that all of them are not there

most families of the city. -PensacoaI

ervite erit the wo evi mu havin.
in tet eity, med awetms bge norid

wal aeit ofmPee them ae summeren

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share with d.

and others, but n
embraced the
their forefathers. ~s
Rev. H. Gibbs as!
I"an, to except a ehege
awon her
week a Press' write
leaving for another ChargMe .
failing health. Be i-
sistance eflsle, M
where others have fal
home is never closed, and tb Wth
never been an Indian twaed.o awe
allowed to go away hug.r
has raised amlage family o
girls, whoe" askolaterarMe of
the red men, whoe laes sad Wed-
cation Rev. Gibbs has had In sle .on1-
trol and today her children ar as dew
to t6e hearts of the Indian methm as
their own.
It was the writer's good Sd
one time to attend a gre odim
that occurs yearly among tie Io
and to meet Bill Brown s
their home, also meeting ra
descendan 4 theonm% h
Osceola. Wh all th tri 1
against the whites, Iln BroM '
wife. with her Indian t aq lon
mnd more rgespw t samong o
another living white P ad-
m tion Think of b@l nat
friends where her wholfde as daM
as a girl devoting her bet y to
upb uihding and chuistianiag rof the -

Bill Brown has
few weeks the pwpteo of fort al
bear the whip cracking e W
teams, coming generally with tw

tol cus ybIsearl m t I l'
otter and deewes. 4 '

aOe Sttee HB on a l d 1
wan aohrl whe
fe wk tepepe fFotMy

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"- B i wim 4 t,
1 Ag % whaen hears"of graft
S' we Ome O ma=d so stroe-
ta so be pleasing to form. Gov.
.r U xshow to ote th many
si iWdMMm by the State pre m
w wm "assn is meotlened ain
V W oh Hany owene.-Peneols

SN.L 3 Carter, of Le IY
S' 1f, ad at hs home at aLevville
Smta't.,aCd7years. Senator
S'- s b Moly -postd, sad O a
St ll a bedtistet leso to tbe State.
suue to hies"semaeatr will
I i Nbed iesa a peit election
I auI a rlua t -e tto law.
'.,A.^am from Lendon sanMounMe
SSifr dwavsd J. Reed, at
914 years IeM yme age
Weed spent .onslerable
beiag anterested largely
awinisUy to Hamilton
,a US shriwme. He was at
L ,ddif smtructor for the

r'#u ef t's message was read in
"N ses T -e-day, and Is an able
demenal, but too Megthy for full pub
S0ift In te smallerpapers. Hedeali
I WM~lllny Important matters affecting
,U, ,Sekat of the whole nation, hand-
Ltf; de Iportant propositions fear-
deaAy, a* uiuaL Among other Import
%49msti sea, be favors an income tax,
Governor Broward makes many
L efl appointments like that of A.
S, 4g for state attorney, we will ba
*M to the eM onalusta that ditor
Witlasama of the Floridian has about
blan up right. If there ls any
-why J. M. Rivers, who had been
Z af auto attorney was not en-
tied to the appointment, the people
ASve aet heard of it. We believe In
Irame-even in politics and the Gov-
M heAld aplain.- Levy Times Dem-

Mew what we want to know is, what
babes se of "those mentioned" for
Governor, they all crawled into their
Mh atododge the mud that flew so
freely before election, and none have
bee heard from since. Why don't
their friends le them know that it is
all over ?.... B-Bward's new scheme to
tax "all the people, all the time," will
prow a failure. The Napoleon of
mas Me ht i Waterloo and St. He-
ea aloha, but he did not seek It.
mIs amb-ese of Florida met his Wa-
rlo, does be seek his St. Helena7?-
OrMo De at.
A Washington dispatch December 3.
says: estimatess of appropriations re-
,.quired to run the government for the
seal. year ending June 7, 1907, were
trUaemitted to Congress today. The
grand total is $MW,08,488. The eati-
mate for the put yoar wasa E,-
1, U115, showing an apparent in-
agrase of some 06.,000,000. The
actual appropriations for the pres*
'nt year, including the deficiencies
and miscellaneous expenses which were
not estimated for, however, will be
'001661,560, or about eleven millions
more than the Secretary of the Trea-
uy athnks will be necessary for the
Sneat year."
T, b Puata Goa Herald, ina a long
---. edhpa takes The True Demoorat to
wr a Jeaoase reference to Hon. A.
W. 0ehrist, who is a postble (we had
.4me t writMe, ehronke) candidate for
7 Mnri -Ora. O re aenene to Mr.
so; (llMaamme bM farth e favor

Pmo r lausatisa that
< i dbeva a t with i p -a
;' nesiahs. It was raet
heemie rebake tohibe to

Wdd a aas aoI

4, Nhl Go&" #A a
'raif^^ ,^^f^^^^ ^a*a !L^^AA

mw was HaeWlted I Giedo tee-i
* a *S o as deadly mash a"pa *
t wre of Codleteor Marny Tasler, At
' smaned by Judfe MaloM"wf v
year tem e the soovt sempe,
Swbe wtat eed- 0, U d-
term of timprsm-eint, o a emaditi
* pardon. Having violated the emd
tione of t;- p-esm, erwem was rear
* reed a few eoafies ao asd s miwne
r to prison to semplete b senutae, th
Pardoninfg Bo1d having formally re
voked the eemndtloal pear Claim
Ing that his rearrest oeeurred after th
term of his original intense had ex
t pired he was not subject to its penal
ties, Hormns appealed to the eurt to
relief, and Judge Malone (perhaps wit
a view to the comuelive determination
i of the new and diflcult question by thu
Shigbest court) dicharged him. A few
Says ago the Supreme Court reverse
the Circuit Court and directed tha
tribunal to institute an inquiry into thU
facts alleged showing the violation by
Horne of the terms of the pardon, ad,
If the ame are established, that he io
remanded to complete the term of his
In efect, the decision of the Supreom
Court, which was unanimous, uphold
the contention of the PardoSning Boar
that the power to revoke a mnditional
pardon for good eaiem, even after the
term of UM origina enteme has ex.
pired, is absolate. The eae was ably
preeated by counsel on both idees, and
the result is a pleassing demonstration
of the legal ability and well-known
talents of the Attorney-General, who
represnted the State.
Some *our State contemporaries
are nlav ited to note that the Times*-Un-
ion accmpte4 he late verdict of the peo-
ple of Floida at the polls as conclusive
until the Governor annocneed that he
would continue the fight and that the
verdict had been secured by deception.
If the people were deceived as to an Is-
sue so simple after the Governor had
spoken in every county, and his "liter-
ature" had been sent Into every house-
hold for months, how is it possible to
"inform the people?" Either they
must be too dense to absorb informas-
tion or tihe means selected are entirely
inadequate. What shall we conclude?
There is but one sensible conclusion
to come to-that the people become ut.
terly disgusted with having high State
ollicials throw the dignity of their of-
Ces to the winds, turning themselves in-
to peanut politlelann, mud slingers,
abusers of all who honestly differ with

them and opposed them, who could see
into the great schemes that they were
striving to work against all best inter.
eata-and hence the administering of
the stinging rebuke by a majority of
more than 6.,000 votes against them.
"None are so blind as those who will
not ee," and it is evidence of what
the great AI.L I AM. and his gang may
expect in the approaching campaign,
when they will come to the people
pleading for officeagain.
From a personal letter from a friend
In one of the Wakulla precincts, we
quote: "Well, we have never found
out yet how Wakulla county voted at
last election on the amendments. Our
home paper, the Breese, does not pub-
lish, it seems. elections returns, etc.,
but I remember quite well how one
precinct voted on the drainage quest.
tion. Forty-one votes were cast, forty
of them against di uinage and one blank,
and we are all glad that our little forty
helped swell the ireat majority of
about 6000 against the notorious drain-
age amendment And yet there be
one, or perhaps two or three, of the
"msigty that be" who have the cheek
to slalm that "the people" did not un.
derstand what they were doing or did.
They Nderstood it so thoroughly and
well that It was done "To the queen's
taste Mad delight."
And now an effort is being made to
bring Hon. W. D. Bbxham Into the po-
litical arena in 1L Floridians, Irr.-
peetive of fIpkl and metional dif-
RPNO wc dapbt in again lbnor.-
larthle able at but as hehas
rtured fred M tm I talk of his

atisa.-Palatkal lm uaM
Dea'totheseameof that, feorsoo-s
times e ma as Hen. W. D. S2a1 .
hMm ow asoud I* make Serlle, and
It the -.a F a0a-s, who love M..e. I

pm thM matter, he my an Its a a
ei *Ndem m. a, a mMwae to

Sm em ireng was saddened at Ta

IJ. .l and mt Mp minent etns, Judge
r of kh lA. WM d father whod Judge
b J.3th ei- dm of the Saupro meCo rt
e Thaagdin wa suddenly Wednesday morningTa

* from an attack of rheumation of the
Sheart.-Pensacola News.
S J. 0. Rawlings and Alt. Moor were
Sanged in Valdosta, G., Tuesday, after
me long a time, and after having the
death sentence imposed upon them for
a number of times, only to have ezecu-
Stion stayed. The end for them came at
s last, however. But what of Governor
Broward's pet Florida criminal, Cooper.
SHe i satlD in the Defoto county jail,
and "a sry a soul" knows what our
Governor proposes to do with him.
It is rumored that the appointment
of county Judge of Leon county has
been declined by John L. Neely. of
Tallahasee. -lJudge Neeley" would
sound gooa to the mauy friends of the
Former efficent and courteous secretary
of the Railroad Commission. Pensacola
Up to the hour of going to press
no appointment of County Judge
of this county has been made public.
There are three applicants for the ap-
pointment, and Mr. Howard Gamble
h.,s practically the endorsement of 96
per cent of our entire citizenship. Just
why an appointment is being held up
so long, all are at a loss to figure out,
but perhaps it will come in now in a
few hours.
,.. ----~
It is to be hoped there is no truth in
the report that an extra session of the
Legislature is to be called next month.
There is no need for such session, if it
is to get through some pet schemes
only.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
There was some foundation for this
rumor. The dignitaris, however, de-
cided it would not be a wise thing to
do, and have no doubt reconsidered,
and determined not, to do so. Well for
them they h..ve come to their sober
sense, too, in this inslaunce, for have I
they not enough to explain to the dear
people without heaping any more loads
upon their shoulders? It is a safe cal-
culation to predict more than one of f
them will have to hunt new pastures
green when the voters of Florida have
settled final accounts in the coming I
Mr. C. V. Biscoe, who has been in
Panama for some time, arrived in the
city this week and ias spending several
days before leaving for South America, 1
via New York.
Vesper Servke Poestpoed.
Owing to the Illne of organist, Mina
Foster, the Vesper Services at the
Florida Female Collgse will not be held d
as proposed on Sunday afternoon, but
on Sunday, 16th, special Christrnas
Vesper Services will be held., and all
are cordially invited to attend at that
time. E
Netk*c .

I will sell my entire stock of general L
merchandise at a bargain. Will rent, t
sell or lease storehouse and dwelling. "
Also all my stoek for sale-horses, A
mule, wagons bosa. etc. Have a
good-pavinor and well -tablished busi-
ness. Would not sell, but my health is re
bad and the doctor says I must quit
busInem J. W. FERRELL,
41-6t Midway, Fla. t!
~fle' ece. al
The many friends of Miss Pearl Car- .*
roll, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. w
H. Carroll. were agreeably surprised to -
hear of her marriage to Mr. H. 13.
Neece. of Atlanta.
Mr. Carroll and his daughter went to
Albany, a.. to. nd Thanksgivim
ad were met at Albany hoel by

The bride ad griem weat to Atlanta
that evening, where the will make
their future home at Peachtree m
Miss Carroll, t bride, was onef f
the attmhes la the Asdlti Deprt
n't of theG. F. A. .., Mr. Car.
roll, her father. b- Audttor. m
with Ua her of

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Wo sluies he0 4ie
tertalmat to take
oon of the ntth or
hatm. wi appeal to th e
litle mises ar dewi i
seaDeso of a o b uTes
It hasbeen give lw u lm
semin otnnh d eteern i.8e
donl showW Inters~ h*- g e
feetberBlNd, Wi4th tIhen ol ing
te enjoyment of the lte f.no .

sA rme WsCootad Jiload Commis-
FWoaer, Coluoe and comrn earW.eir
has been ordered for the i8th of ti
month to e a ider tohe ;dt tyof
iamendin the RaUls and he of
the Raroad CommissIonha i the mat-
ter of Demuarrgeu Rules.

The fortnightly Brklge Whist Club
met with Mrs. A. L. Bond at popular
jasmine Inan Thursday evening. Seven
table wer filled, with the followin
guo it: Meadames A. L tandol. P.T.
J. Wles eme 8. Winthrop, a. 0.
h. A. Meginnis. the teral ad Mtn
Foster, Colonel and Mrs. R. W. Wil-
liams, Mr. and Mrs. Chittenden, Mr.
and Mrs. John Denham; Misses Edith
thClyde It iney. Mrgare to Williams oa
tatd the deendant d to aWttl M am
Mrs. R. C. Long.
The house was beautifully decorated
with Floida smnilax and a proauason of
lovely tens and flowers, Dainty re-
freshments were served at 11 o'clock,
and each guest said ood night to the
harming hostess an voted the even-
ing a most enjoyable occasion.
Look prosperous if you feel that way.
Show it by wear ing a diamond d. P.ta
Nicholson, the Jewe ler. 41
Orders were issued by the Railroad
Commissioners on the od to the Atlan-
tic Coast Line Railway to pear ain
Tallahassee at a heann to being on
the 16th in th matter S.oin
vs. A. C.L a The charges being
that the defend int refused to act as
common carrier to transport certain
lumber from Pasco to t. Petersburg
in November.
lafermal Tea.
Mrs. H. N. Sweeping gave a delight-
ul informal tea at her o0me on South
Calhoun Street, Tuesday evening from
3 to 6, to the ladies of the St. Agnes
Guild, Episcopal Church, in honor of
the retiring President, Mrs. J. Stewart
Mrs. Sweeting received her manr
outs with that affable manner whie
T so becoming true hospitality, and
very one was delighted with the after-
oon, wdll spent.
Delicious refreshments, consisting of
urkey sandwiches, cold sliced turkey.
turkey salad, teo olives sherbert with
herry wine, caero ana punch were
Every ruest pronounced it the most
elightlu of infirmal affairs of the sea-
ton, and to Ihe liostess was extended
ne wk 1i wiah. o0sll.
hes reiruing t eaof tM it ouMrt. J. SomwJud.t
MaI 911 Swe09ierdecIS ved1 eLAMM0011r ma1 'i

etas. I witl expose t abe mat ic
mundus on Nods Sthe. sovth day of January. I
a In Ow cfit g y tru? e ms.emesalty, a
tao. ty-awev ubares. o14-0al b.Of aneeapi.
&I stock a *TefrlahmeIrn Ieron ksa ainr of
aiio sade b laws ofle a heer wit

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Steegephr y aod o of"Wm u

and MypAwti Mt. Aemar7te5me at
of a atisfaetory election. Yost work
wolichted. Ow e at Capital City mak.
Telephone 114. 414t
Imported Swiss Cheese--bttar than
the beman wt T. Byrd A Co.
The Suprem Court of law5dmua
ha deowd a ma ipoitwt de.
cirion even tha thea ems revringa
Judge Malo s torve ou trao nimad
of a csnditoenal paThis a sensof
which was give to ,or Tilh sre
etter Satureay, Under afqiplou

and we arew glad to know t" it is
pardoned law, vfo it wU i iveito soac
ar Ur ae e ase an aeny for te diour-

Jand whar ad to know that iti-
age crim.--Livo Oak jbenmocrat.
Cheese. Fresh and delicious. T. B.
Byrd & Co. 41
On another pae of this newspaper
we call especial attention to an adver-
tisement of the Greenleaf & Croeby
o., jewelers and silveramitha, of Jack-
sonvule, Fla. This old and liable
Jacksonville firm is so well-known all
over Florida that an introducioto
rallahaasie an from us is unneessary,
but an we wish to seemuea liberal ad-
vertisin patronage from our metrpolls'
lare bie men, we will take it as
a special favor it you will mention The
rue Democrat win wwritin to shem.
Write to them for neir new cataoue,
illustrating tneir jewelry and hoiday
ioods. Tney will utice pleare In mal-
.i0 it to you.
Have you tried our Philadelphia Cream
Cheese. T. U. Byrd & Co. 41
Senator N. A. Blitch, State .peal
visor of convict, and newly ted
Railroad Commisasoner, who w eater
into the duties of the lStr odoe on
e 8th of January, was in the city
erday ai a made us a pleasant vit.
I'h bhtct brothers are among Plorida$
as. citiaeu&, and are univeurally i
an respected wherever they am
nuu..a, boto having served fathfully
n the iLegiaature for a number of
rears. iallahaaesens are par ly
ilased th&it Hun. N. A. Match and
family are e> live among ua.
Fos SAIC Hancock double disc plow.
food aa uew; reasonable price. Wriate
r ae M. H. Johnson, Jr.
Miss Giles captured her audience
ram the begnaia with her
hich, notwithtanding ts
ehme and earrying power,
NIw ttle ladi a tlr
bligatos andIthsr^lai berLf
n prft aseored wthe vo
eader, mterad Ga. At theM -.

Deluiioui Nuelfbatel -e et usre-
saved. T. B. Byrd A 4 41
Mr. I. W. I mes i w BI t B *e

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w cost. t di ch tly. His that unless out-
to declared u- t and most Np entativ nro con- lay and tt were sum-
- I- ou Ir abeotlo a n Cnennati. have -m e maly ec the army would soon
HAMM1P. C M&U havebecome a hotbed of mutiny and disr-
t ie fi sfl i-nation
I aThe same condition applies in force to
that it could do itr vy denounein-r the so dier of the th southern problem. The thinking
that it. wen do I d eiWIYMsoe 0 h moral leaders of the south-the only
a i e thef 0 p k slass that KNOW m-have triven
with the fact their comrades ha" provoked the entire for yeas to press tin lesson upon the
Governor Brow- trburle. Whatever advance they make
campaign "be- The brave course of these Cincinnati nio. Whatever aodvane they makh
samsnieye now n -"ane Of --te to inthe dtti lnced *of i olatdand lf rant/faratlee,
ns clearly estab- mawkish and dangerous po lits as in this aese, KtUh~ ndt wih t
olmp o o It is a ati rebukl to th. w ver abot i oitio- th
hat ty did not white cranks in the northern and eat- south, the reft rs r m tlv
d that the data ern citieswho, in placingteIns tirnct of or t ew' they.d
ta. of drainage martyrdom on murderers? aM TAI L _RI A IL__

Oats. Averam weight over 88 p
to busbheL Abe P.& Jomao
N -, ebii & m.
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Tabwrbame VIM. M. NOW. a

r 4wthe.
adeowuate o!ans.
Governor Broward still iml
that he "will continue. t Te i
Time-Union, ,

More than 75rs oana
health anda suwferer
andshe and her h
the co fee i
i*"t^ &

allow them to drag
a disgrace, and to
f the latter in comr-
Ppeal from neoroes
|-lo correct a racial
the very exist-
with this announce-
* to the effect that
been called in New
--es-1na1 inveeti-
ille affairr, and
Sminiter and

Old Kemper Livery Stah,
Under New Management.
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eaaot eun bensIf of the inflmateary
rbatm.t %m tat has eome upon her
sTI r'imatttteT, -before Jud Ba.
Sh aon ber husbad have apent, the
allege, more than $25,000 in hocu -
fme, earmthat there are *still un-
p e alnst them for services of
attorneys. her old ae he nd her-
fw~tbst means of proidlas for the
Sand wearied d worn out with
and er have thrwn em
selve upon the of the eourt.
In her "1 0it ft oAt
the dab ot remited, l. o there
ases nolle od, and the praeecution
dropped, Mrs. Post prayed MIat the n
be reduced to 250, from the $90 -
-osW by Judge Boornau.
This request the court declined to
t, though, on account of her ad-
a her afflltien, and her rap-

her i *MamN
der onlaw, Chara F. Ber.
Theme don toles the defense agreed
M rs.Post.promisedt.eemaeus
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satisfaction. I alwa kep it in the
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Herald will grow in excellence
eir adrialstration, -Live Oak

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Beautiful Silver Novelties of every
,, option at P. T. Nicholon, th Jew.
tv s -.. *:-. ... .

-trat Baptlst Church, on Clinton St.,
near Adnm. Rlev. Frank W. Cramer,
j wow U ',/., sDey,010a
m. PlMi a. 11 a. Uand
.00p. m. p u".Baptlt Union 4 p. m.
Senior B. Y. P. U., e.4 m. our of
prayer and mediation, Wednesday, 7.80
p. m. All are cordially invited.
St. John's .peeoal Chmch, Rev.
Dr. W. H. CarterM, Rector.-Servicee:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a. n. Sundays, 11 a. m.
sad 7.00 p.m. Fridas, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
ehael's (colored). Service: Sundays,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.80 p. m.
Christian Scence.-Serviees are held
every Suaday a 11 o'eloek a. i., in thi
front room, eeond story, of the butlMd-
ing east of the potoMee. This room is
alo\ U a Chrriodan Se4neme Uinr
room. d s pe dail 4 Su
between tha =o n K 1 2 o'oke
a. m. All are cordially nvitei.

By Chi
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are OM iso India as are stomaeb
ftad l1vord IMn with us. For the
better, howesm, there a sure remedy:
Bleetrie itteas; the ret re4tortive
medicine, of which 8. A. Brown, of
iBmMtfvllla 8. C., sys: "lThely -
stored my wfe" to perfect belth, after
yea of obffuin with dyemsla a0 a
chronk.ally llver.' Elctrie Bit.
ten cua em and fever, malaria,
blHounes, lame back, kidmy troeble
and bladder order. Sol on guar-
antee by all drgists. Price 50. *
Aeeatafly Sbt.
On at ~~~ea y vewon Master J.
m Pt Mof Mrs. J. L You o, of
Eut Cblle0 Avenue, was playe oIn
the house with an American Bull Dog
pistol, which was loaded, and in some
pnnaccountable manner the pistol was
disehaaged, hitting the young man in
the right cheek and inAicting an ugly

T llet did not go entirelyJhrough
Dr. Palmer was immediately sum-
moned and dressed the wound, which,
we are glad to ay, is improvin5 very
Parntashabould be careful and forbid
their ehidre playing with these dan-
Caroue wnd dadly toy pistols, as all
reords goto show that death lurks in
their mechasnm.
favorite tonic is White's Cream Ver.
miftge, the cure for worms and all
children's diseases. It not only kills
the wormas but removes the mucus and
sime in which they build their nests.
Its action on the hid is nulid and leaves
him in a healthy condition. Joe Dan-
lel, Surse Temnn., ays that he gave
one of his Ehldren White's Cream Ver-
mifuge when the doctor thought it had
eooliand from the first dose the child
paed73 warm. All Druggist.
WhyV Te Sho ld Advertise.
Our hotel and boarding house people'
might be benefitted, and the and
country favorably helped, by small ad-
vertieements n The True Demorat, as
the fowletg letter will show:
Boeeton Mass., Nov. 20 1906.
True DsmoIra Talashae.., Pla.:
Dear Sfr-Will you kindly send me a
paper published in your city with a list
of boa pee and Hliterature about
mate, a to Elm street. Dighton,
Mass. Thakin& you in advance for
your fervor I am
Yours truly,
Ma". D. C. BUTLER.

Denver. Colo.. Nov. 19. 1906
True Democrat, Tallahassee, Fla.:
Dear Sir-Kindly 'send me one of:
your papers, from which I may get the'
names of your hotels where one can 1
get comfortable quarters for a few
weeks' stay. Reopectfully,
815 Logan avenue.
reUewlMs the irag.

^~^" When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philippines health was the most
cago wholesale and mail order important consideration. WillisT. Mor-
assnt umaber (man er a. retired Cos b Seageant, U.
i) for this county add adjoinitr & A., of Rural Route 1, Concord N
ry. Salary $20andexpenses pai dH. says: "I wastwo years In uba
r expense money advance. ad two tears to ik Philipin", and
pleasant; position permanent. No being t tools,Itook Dr. g's
mnet or experience required. New Divery for Consumption, which
time valuable. Write at one kept me in perfect health. And now,
I particulars and enclose self-ad- in New Hamphire, we find It the best
I envelope. Address General medicine in the world for coughs, colds.
or, 184 E. Lake Street, Chicago. bronchial troubles and all lung disease."
32-tf. Guaranted at all dnMrlsts. Price 60s
John Is to-o" a' and $1.00. Trial bottWfree.
John olins forJob Printing. b m tf e
ch Fobs in all of the latest de- Another consignment of Stetson hats
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ever shown in Tallahassee. Semal hundred of the latt American and Panrian styles will be on display for your inspection. Kindly
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Also we have a oonafteB with m h bbudnal t d
ClIt, Dyaine and. Prai. Mt-Cl WM4am de thia wrk. Ye sA
to t. O Pa mRatw Cleaned New. No ae
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Im" a W "S* Wo,' aIt s oa eare-
tousa comments of theme whaag-
doodles that produces a touch of nausam
in the plain, every day horse editors of
the ite whosOtted the wVolf as it
emarhed de oon lathe
garb ofthe iMon.-Psatka New.
A large ajorty ot members of the
comiseu *@ ioh othe Legislature will
be anat the Governor' drainage
S ideas. H is reported to have said
since the ovehelming defeat of his
drainae auyt. that he is not
throuhyet, and will ask the Legisla-
ture to enact laws that will permit him
to continue the sork. This larae ma-
jority was aWlot to go to Tallahassee
to not grant the Governor any further
power to carry out his drainage scheme.
......It m that tha eavy vote
agatant the Govrord drainage eheme
has retired Napoleon B. Brow*rd and
William Sheman Jennings. It was
their pet schme, but the people repu-
diated it by a vote of three to two.-
VolusMa County Record.
The fact that Mr. Napelsan B. Brow-
ard has made a wmoot ,4 Ing fool of
himself caunoA ba bled at the door of
this w paper. We didll in our power to
eleot him Goveror of Florida, and we
hoped and prayed that be might prove
worthy of ourof tots.
That wa have bee deceived iin him
was ol a misfotsna-mot our fault.

datoernor had the of ths

lifo at t ei antibdr image in.

Wa nh...-! A. Mnor
mnuo A t aeh thea pr t Go-.
raar that he a d& isW aarlr
dmtr add out, "Hoa mattr f fact
hbewas a deGov or-eotbytbegrace

on end of the ar, whole w hiaky.
Caad I" a wea l a as as a artuh e
and The d r 't wat s awakto y th bt It
om the truth all the od me if th

& Governor had the of his
life at the anti-drainage & in
Tampa Wod night.d ernor
Browar is now dabbling
with his drainage scheme----A coAple
of days after election a Lake Butler
nmn was traveling in Geosla. As the
traeared a ttle stathn the son-
dator cried out. "Hoohoapeet" from
on* end of the car. while a brakeman
screamed. 'Boonoopeel' at theotber
-an The Butler man was awakened
from a does and yelled out: "That's

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sae wame was lopae*le d.
d bytao the stet elec-
our streaon s still clins
p idea with a bsadesf rip sad
aa sr% that beat w H Ba
-down the tUats of the peo-
w e %othey want it or not. He
a that the question was not aunder-
I by the people was thea hiefensem
b defeat i the aua dat. It
ndetooed this disat with
ft at 1* mtk to 6 (by misakoe)
Nrel u Ulb.-L ak obue aa t ar.


the rof the buall that on ~
him o in frotwnt of anapp
lo o wlave with atetInttion of butting
It off th track. When e0gin ad bu
met there was little more than a ea
spot left of mister bull. An old Indian
who witnessed the rash act of the bull
rearked, "Heap brave bmL heap poor
judgment Broward may be d[splay-
ing a heap of bravery in thus defying
the expressed will of the people, but s
not his Judgment on about a par with
that of the historic bull?-Tavares
Daagers of Secialism.
There has been some disauson among
the people of this country during the
past week concerning the vote given to
one or two of the Socialist candidates
on the State ticket.
Certain alarmists who have argued
about "the dangers of socialism' re-
mind one of that scripture that tells of
the fellow who "fleeth when no man
As a matter of fact, 90 per cent of
the Socialist vote in Florida on the 6th
of this month was cast by Democrats
who were unfamiliar with the names of
their own party candidates and who
didn't know who they were voting for.
Eight per cent was probably cast by
Republican who, having no ticket of
t lo. u *rae d theopportuaity to
make a bluff of opposition to the Demo-
cratic candidates.
The remaining two per cent were
There are comparatively few Social-
iots In Florida, and none of them are
"dagarou." Those whom we have
mat hava beon among the mildest, best
natared men we have ever knnwn. If
certain reforms ae brought about the
number will grow lese, rather than
In thiM connection may be noted an
Incident that occurred during a Cooper
Mioe lecture eoorsea som time ago in
Iw YorkT ty. It was claimed that
teae judging by the appiue,
were teslatleat. Bo a vote was taken.
In one audience of 00 eopwl thwe
were less than twenty Soealist.a
Than this question was put to the su-
dinoa : "Those who believe time has
come for the community to asrt a
Sore control over public enterprises ,
Sa the trusts, railroads and public
utilities, pleaos rise."
The entire audience arose. There
ara no "dangerous classes" in such an
audience-a typical, intelligent gather-
ing. "The people will wobble right."
The people are discovering the wrongs
in government and they are finding
that they thedaislves are largely to
blame for these wrong. They find
that they have neglected their rights.
They have conferred special privileges.
They have permitted aggreassio. It
is largely their own fault and that of
deignirn political demagogues who
have led them and would stillead.
Thh people are beginning to see this.
They want to correct their past mis-
takes and will be careful not to make
It was in the exercise of this cau-
tion that the voters of Florida defeated
the graft inviting drainage amendment.
They naw iWt greater opportunities for
official plunder than they wer* willing
to entrust to mere self-accused honest
Had the vote gone ths other way
there would have been eause for alar
at the dangersw of socialism.
The realsocIaiast-tho one to fear-
is the one who cries "wolf" when the
pople a trying to hold or gAt bak
the m owa. And arm vanUy more
d- o ~than tba mild-mnrd

viw &-tf Mdlftwo of that party
om th t Int.-Palathda News.
la Mri. Drm vd lv. athbe ils

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stitute a distinct inprovement.
That th y will always be vital, mter-
esting and timely is known of all men
who are fsallar with Mr. Watson's
which begs In Wam's MaazIne,
will be reommanced and eoatinued I
Waton's Juwm AM It is of
the sbtrvowe "d pito -
Watson's contribution to htstorical lit-
erature. Every yomng man and young
woman should read It.
WIm N. Harben's new story will be-
gin as a serial in the first issue. Read
ers of "Pole Barker" and other of Mr.
Barben's works know what a trast is in
stof for them in this new story, which
the eritiUcs pronounce his btbosget,
most realistic and thrilling novel.
This department aloue is worth far
more than the subscription pries to
every home in which there are school
chila. Al are cordially invited to
aak Mr. Watson any and all questions
pertwining to their school. Society. Club
debates, etc., which will be answered
in thde department. By plain this
Munuragaz in the handsof your boy and
i you add to the joysof their school
sad 0oll= e life-tothe pleasureof their
young man and young womanhood. The
imvestent is small but consider the
untold dividends which are sure to come
in te end.
Other deartmanta will be a monthly
iw of fe World-a
camr and dia to survey of the
"e inti** Unked Matoand
of tb 'world from day to day, in brief
pI--Ihs; crisp, map reviews of
the books that are woth while; ex-
I dit of n

pv" in the very ert-tho of
o ddiltim to all thi there will be
o literary fesaM wish wil
WASSM 0 J- ---a-X MA"A-
_sbmeeat ota iiIg maea.

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PsqNe w1uq D. -Mr.W. N.
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& wewoeope Ash, ad lave
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soa r w a 6.he he himself
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t s.M n' hotel at Albsany

SIttpeated that tome thing
I t Miudet tetlad ferom otf
hma- Mevert new tor

e reS.ca and Mr. Welter
P. H-tn ad a pary of five or six
fe from Jkonovilr twice deah
ios. pM t come ,both for e
a tuek and e eh
*td otma !ikntm. J. JL. Maltfae
he lae to January to again
at the hotel.
.t Mithell and wife, of
d r. T. DWn
bf~olmooto Tt.. ao hers for
mor Mr. ad Mrs. Mnteh-
3f<. a.Ur peatthre yen, for the
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-ee erlsMay eas was ae pice a. re-
astence, and excited much interest
S when it was cut, as it contained a dimj
and a ring; the latter, however, wJ
the found, and the dime fell to Prsn4l
i jhMrne. Many pretty preets we
M M ht to little Miss Sara by ber
fen, and the oeeasion will be hap*-
rl-ypily remembered by them all.
1. 0. 6. F. Ledie Memta.
N _lThe meeting of Leon Lodge No. 6,
SI. O. P., at the Lod room Tuesday
evening was very nteresting. While
S there was not as large a sttendanee as
wasa epeerd, those members who gath-
r nd tered enjoyed e eveing very
eh, and the refr ents, pared
ery for a much larger attendance Corn
h mittesman Wsamnb, were fine. There
aimh was no speaking on the occasion, the
*d brethren pet turning it into an old-
Sfashioned lethst xperienee met-
ant ad eal talked on the good of
ntheo.This Loehas a member-
s w h of M thn a evety, sad It is tihem
t w30 d m of tho few who attend r u-
WKbart to hatve a larier' attends..., and
Shave the membership become inteMeted
u4 help make the lode meet la t
T lah.me wa they'd to be Told
w times. At one time Leon Lodge was
Sa5 erie f the very best and most popular
Sf inthe urim ldletlon of Florida. Let us
. n make it so again.
etlee Thte's 18 I
'Couh yo netf Stet n Alt of spasms and
the e why youh don't oft well.
If- y h will oair t slotlofBonard's
IIo~uAd Syrup your oough will be a
*P*l th of tepasL It s a positiveeu
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o tlne e
wil eonviee ysu-t your druggist,
IS.., 50.. 51 A Druggist. *
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ow p e after the war ecame
eeral of the State n I77.,
whO Jame Connor retired,
ai was In'ti elected for two
M lte tket with Wade Hamp-
S e was.a appointed by Presi-
4-tN O eo~Is dstrit attorney for
Soh Caron and served for two
years, having a remarKably successful
record as proaeeuting oflelal. He
was appited aitant attorney gen-
eral. When Mr. Gunter died In March,
190, the Governr made Mr. Youmsasn
attorney general, he holding that poei-
tion at tbi time of his death.
Vaaea Sp*riags-Ioeleo.
Until January 10, 1907, the tram-ear
will meet the passenger train at Sop-
choppy ony twice a week-Tuesdays
and aturdays, and on such other days
as we are notified that parties are
Carries can be secred any day at
Sopchoppy to take parties out to hotel
when tram ear Is not there.
The hotel is not regularly open, but
parties coming down will be taken care
of as comfortable as if it was.
The hotel will be*re' larly opened
again January 10, 1907, for the re.
mainder of the winter.
Social rate will be given "house
parioe" unllanuary 10.
The G. F A. railroad is giving
very low hunters' rates from all points
on It line to Sope hoppy.
For further particulars write
J C. TRIca
8r-tf Panacea, Fla.
Fruit Culale bdfd at T. B. Byrd &
('a '. Rakfrw k-1-tlnfa 'Naai.., Tnw

At a called meetfing Of CoUof~drat j) Mi *Tvudvad hna
V.P-t BpNo.l1l, titheL l? tOt.
al thadeta of HoanbeI ich da r lease get them to store not later than
A WhiM, eliCumMmia ,the ii e e aost at Us
rfolloWlal was MU Wa UId iN-_*
meoly oiptod Captain R. Ros, of TallahaMse,
Wh "re, s t ad beloved the e t 8e Chemit, wuas among
Com lt H r iftnl Allan tiarrivatl )54 .kr Asn t at niyhr.
Wbt~,_n hi tn will b I! the ty few lys
*ehla ers: Md e-* Impwtant_ t ln uMbma -Time-
Wh eM, e dodNr to express our Union, 6th.
i^ *w' f hims a elitism e__ se._
auo *oMi; ?t f Th~ ore, be it ., --
. yeadw, Th it the death of Judge Thrhe tim easHin s of a back
Wh ld o ur comm, ty sd thisCamp driver, Dr. W. J. OGum lam s Priday re-
have sustained the 1 of splendid elvd a vry painful Mary in his knee,
tyM oth. me ,ood onf which put him on @e ut Dr. Gunn
who e life was pu re. lad bLameless, ne warned him about fast driving, and
whoe inobilitv of charetor and good Ion the streets. nar Mr. Julius Diw-
works will always remain a worthy I mond's, somethnfr eam loose about
heritare to Uthose among whom he lived the harness, whoma hOme pulld off.
and worked. Dr. Gunn fet out 6d eiaught the hors.,
Resolved, That these resolutions b but seein a smaU o who was in the
spread u pon the records of our Cami .arrilg n danger, r Jamped to save
and publthod in the press of the city him, when the horses again jumped,
and a copy boe furnished to the family and a wheel striking him and throwing
of our decealed Comrade. both him and boy severe some distance
(Bigned) R. B. GORMAN, fnom the hack. Theeo 6 too much of
W. D. BLOXHAM. this ractin butsines with teams on our
AMIMs WeoMans, streeto.s, and some of the offeoders
?io. GamSU ow, should be pulled and x.6. heavily for
J. P. Rosmays. it.

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Mr.BarS Bradthaw, at
and Mr. Ont Carrdway, o of
att-a shureh at Fors n ~ i
ttr.. 0C. Allon and Mja V. &
will leave for Oadedm the Ithof
month to spend a few days, if utt.ag
harmes.Ms. 3
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Harvey have
Just returned from a trip to Tmp.
Mr. J. M. C. Allen anad Mr. T. J.
Alien went buanti and killed four tar'
key for Thanksgiving dinner.
*e have been rnning a Sunday
school down here for awhile aad hav a
nice thime golnr every Sundpy mornolong
at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Neddle Hall called at Mr. J. M.
C. Alien's Saturday veonog, brought
his raphophone ad' behad some mea
muale thern.
We had aome ice muen e
and singing at our school on Wad
before Tha.h.a.ving. Mr. Henry Hop.
ki carried his iaaphopho n-ad bad
some niae must. -,.a
Searding NeMs.
On and after the 1st of December
assisted by Mrs. J. W. Brutton, 1 will
conduct a flrst-elas boarding house at
the residence just north of the Leon
hotel, on Monroe street. Everything
neat and clean, and the beat seommeo-
dations at fair rates.
88-tf Mlas MATTrI WAnTL:.
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Desirable cottage centrally located.
Apply to W. D. Wilson or James A.
Ball. ___________ 86
Roets. of Dlseoltlem.
No.e to C l O sbes the mer d sIg frmn
ta I BsmUs l 3i.3 hmu ilnl dst tv uM
toMd a. c R. a L Camt a awseues to m-.
duet the buduam at the ine tosh led n,
HItng euntinued petuense w Lb.MJW-R-
dOMt 3. 3. COUNCIL.
Wuatd to aB
A desirable lot, orhouse end lot not
far from the centre of the iity. Ad-
dres The True Deocratooe.
Resolved that during the yar of
1907you will depoit your income ton
the CAPITAL CIT BANK and pay all
bills by check.
At the end of the year, or at any fi-
ture time, you can refer to your bak
and check Ibooks, see Just what your In-
come was, the amount of your expea-
ditures what they were for, and
you will have a receipt for all payments
made. *I
Just try this plan for a year. We doe
not think that you will want to o bk
to the old haphazard and risky plan of
carrying your money in your pocket and
paying bills with eash. No chance of,
an error in making chance; no chance
of being robbed, and an a olute record
of every transaction. It


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to him.

It is always a treat to

Elegant Silvr Novelts for th. boll
days. P. T. NIeholeon, the Jeweler. S



Represent the Best that skill can produce.


TO e5.00

In Quality, Style and Warmth, our Overcoats cannot be
surpassed: $5 to $16.
Boys Knee Pants Suits of Wear-Resisting Qualities a.
ried in a large variety of styles and Ses: $1 to 6,
- Knee Pants to please the Boys, 50e, 75c and $1.

Stg to Wear atfh tiruest Cash Prics.

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Extraordinary values in Men's Black Suits, carried in
Clay, Worsteds, Thibets and Unfinished Worsteds, 10 to $20.
In Men's Fancy Woolen Suits we present an exception-
ally strong line, ranging from $5 to $20.

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iEmbracing the Largtt and Most Complete

Selection In the City.

Over fota hundred Solid Gold Rings of every size and description.
Five hundred Sterling Silver Novelties ranging in price from 50
cents to 76 cents.


Realizing the varied desire of my customers I Bought for the Holidays
a line of goods that will meet every demand.

An assortment
every buyer.

to please the whims,

taste and

Don't delay until the last moment to make your selection.
too late and what you most desire will be gone.



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Mr. .. Tbonte., of Jack mvle,
was in the lty on business thi week.
Over four hunted Sold Gold Rins
to select from. N. swetg. 41
Judge J. L. Pauia, of :Jacksonville,
was In Ow eitj Thbursay.
A selst asaortmaent of fne writing
sets. Omly a few left. They'e going
fast P. T. Nichobson, the jeweler. 4
MemaXs L. and John Billingley
mada us plemant visits during the
Ladies appreciate dainty presents.
Se. the line of goods that I carry. P.
T. Nicholson, the jewear. 40
"When it eomes to ufe frnt the
C u has the o seool bo fx l te bt "of
beets." .
Five huudrod Sterling Silver Novel.
ties for the holidays. H. N. Sweeting.
Mr. William Mlntoah. Jr., and
Attorney General W. H. Ellis made a
trip to Attapulg the fir. t of the week.
A very handsome line of Sofa Cush-
ils and OCashdd Covers at Corbett's
Furniture Store, for the Holidays.
Priem from e25c. 4l
Mr. J. R. Miller, of Black Creek,
Leon county, was among his warm
Talhase friends again Saturday, and
called and added his name to our daily
S- rowing subscription lists.
Partlei wishing the best Fruit Cake
Materials will do well for themselves by
urhaslng them from T. B. Byrd 6
Co. They arry the best quality to -I
Mr. Harmon Ball, who visited Ala-
bama to witness marriage of his
mon, returned home Wednesday, look-
ing well. and refredead for the outing.
Prof. J. G. KelG m. of Tallahase,
ametary of th State Board of Con-
troi, came to atted the session of the
beard a reaiad over aday or two
wth fris e. Prof. Kaum tos
ethgt th o red hia of Lo is
i wth him.-G ille San
0, Coarmmie was among the
St Wlsn nao maeWaplat
dso L beerip.
a See he b
$so@ Jwe WI wl t Vi
a A p #eWt th a -I

the mar-

Mr. G. G. Cobb. of Arlington, is in
the city this week disposing of a car
load of fine horses.
Slihve comb andbrash set, manicure
sets; all for the holiday eason. P. T.
Nkieholson. the Jeweler. 40
Mr. Blair Brunnell of Jacksonville,
was registered at ithe Bloxham this
A very handsome line of Sofa Cash.
ious sed Cuabion Covers at Corbett's
Frmiture Store, for the Holidas.
Prieos from 25e. 41
Mr. C. L. Ohbpherd, of Carrabolle,
was in the city this week among his
many friends and a&quaIntaness.
Largest display of Ladis.' and Gent's
Watches in the city. H. N. Sweating.
Mr. Ira M. Senborn, of the Carra-
belle Advertise, was in the city this
A vary handsome line of Sofa Cush-
ions and Cushion Covers at Corbett's
Furniture Store, for the Holidays.
Prices from 25e. 41
Messrs. J. Coombe and I. Warren,
of Apalachaiol, were in the city Mon-
day on business.
An assortment of Holiday Goods to
please the whims of the most critical.
P. T. Nicholson, the Jeweler. 38
The many guests at the Leon find
much enjoyment in the dances during
the evening. Excellent music comes
from the hotel orchestra.
An excellent assortment of ladies'
fancy combs. P. T. Nicholson, the Jew-
eler 40
A meeting of Sunday school workers
is called on Sunday afternoon at 8
o'clock, to hear reports from delegates
from the convention at Jacksonville,
Popularity of the goods count. Ele-
rant writing sets, manicure, comb and
bush sets. P. T. Nicholson, the Jew.
eler. 40
Mim Jessie Mefflniss, of Tallahas-
a8. is the guest of Mrs F. C. Groover
at ier home in SprWOgeld.-Jackson-
vffI Metropolisa.
The best in hunters eots and leg-
Sing. L C. Yasaer, the hardware
Not in the bel, but in the quality of
the oo in thae a Rand not qite
aft WE price. T. ILd L,
1e regular montho meeting of the
wl be he l at te harof MUha.
Ma~inns at ma0 oeilk as Moaday,

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Hon. Syd L, Cater was a tered at Mr. Walter N. :sao was on a tasl.
the IaMn Wednaax' V iistit Gaommis any Tallahamm
Don't wor ab4ot wht to have or fie s .xa this week.
breakfast. ry our An* Smoked Sal- nayxO and MarMtd Podestals for the
mon. T.. B.yrd &Oo. 41 home deoatiom. IL N. Sweetag. 41
Mia Co and May Harby returned Mr. N. NwneW ,h .nalar
to third ho-tin q Virsm e after a d- Savannah Ias a ti t eiity
1dlv acity.,. the erlmy part of te wak.
Baet Elegant afn at, nd ra & va A y handsome lim e of Sofa Cush-
podmtals. igant 8n, app ita. ........ --co," at "
HM. N. Swatoot 41 nllture Store, for the Holdays.
Mr. Howell Shats tas in town Prie from 26". 41
We s anmd will peM"the Cbrist- Mr. H. L. Ball returned thia week
mo u stwithdhisM from Birmiagham, where he weut to
Your breakfast will .0ad wwhen attend the marriage of hissa.m
yuu srve some Smoled t. Just A hv handsonme line of Ofa Cash.
try ours. T. B. Byrd &'Co. 41 jon Cushion Coves at 6rbe's
Mr. Walter Wood arrived the other Funiture Store, for the Holidays.
day and will spend the winter with his Prwice from 6e. 41
parents, Mr. ad Mrs. H. O. Wood, on Mr. E P. Sherman was appointed
EaAt Park Ave doeklt for the P r aob-'areho
Hand-decorated China Ware of every tohe loreda State unday School
description for Christmas. praqents. Convntiot, which began in Jakson-
H. N. Sweeating.. 41 ville Tuesday. the 4th.
Orders have gone out from the offi Hand decorated China Ware, Manl-
of stim Raireefd Comeplmin to the cure Sets-miscellanaeous articles that
Atlantis oast Railway fae the con- are beautiful ad appropriate for the
struction of a passenger depot at holidays. Nothint cheap or goudy.
Palatk. Tallahasse Drug Company. 41
The best that money can pmy. Table Mis Maud Seymour, of Beinbridp,
peaches 40c per can. Other. that are is in the alty and will occupy th
fod fr c and tc.d2. T. H. Randolp vacancy in the auditor's offie at th G.
Sson9 F. & A. railway caused by the reeigna-
"An honest heart and an industrious tionof Miss Pearl CarrolL
hand-what can they not achieve? If Holiday goods In articles that are
they are yoours. don t be afraid of any- beautiful and appropriate Prsents
thiM." that are sure to please. Tallahasse
Silver combs, brushes and mirrors. Drug Compony. 41
and an excellent assortment of mani- Souvernir Calendars of Tallahassee.
cura ats. P. T. Nicholson, the Jew gotten out by the Woman's Club, on
Stsale at the Singer Sewing Machine
Read the many nife and attractive ofee, the proceeds to be used fur the
advertism mat i this week's True 'improvement of the streets.
emocrat d patron thoseibri i I
who Invite you to see them throe Th e_ ar lest display of fine Clock
your ho ewaper. Every design, size and prie. H. N.
We havoe paadup the ai stock I S wetng. 41
of his gredis Fihln "Ut and I The grand Jury prewitoant. prIo-
i i haMidd Florida Iltaei readings of the Circuit Court ad other
in o r neadeid tra. Cal and nterest.in natter was ppt lo type, but
seo fT. d A Co. 88 we o9-o'er for nextissue, when it
CoL Raymad ty.a Hons. C. A. andw al b just as lnteraetug, to make
David Ceay M, Walter P. r ae.a. roo for advertiem.uts and other
and some fl. am lk mater tat weM not keep ver with.
have ba M dh we at Pana- out becoming stal.
oea a astad o an- Mr. FrMak 3. Maxwell, aswa mind.
J -i-thaii at-theat" a= tl ofMhie printer6frb h tto
A very hadspoMa ine of Sofa Comh- this ONA yesterNayil of
e mom amd Cm M Ceove at COrbe's cam juie anm d W.eaIo a wr force
Pema sun fteor, for the HoUda eOmpty it. Ue is f The
Priias freMi s. 41 True De omrate li and

---eim -a ---ing adi_ ---tal tha e l. t O --U.
=0I4:p8 ie e hi Alag quatlty of icOous aandy-
tla~a~ths reMb aIn to me an .a-frm acto

j .,;,.It will pay F non"e wat bad-A,
130 ,1--1 in k I_ a a 1:1& v
M rf r-/ ^ i^ ^ r~aa~to Iaa lfi. Ana
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"Good "rve i at
always divie _, ri 2 0"iM -m
be thK day of the wAk .
An elegant ie o- a raiste.0 _-
oTedip thepopalt i
The Hartebdl Br*sPyulhr -ll
to&o firm
tWfmrty o sucp ew by Mr.ir ysm

and o ilt a share eof
Tw wil have a. m "m
week. 'j,

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Beehnnt Slieed Beef and B I .l
Bacon. Presh and delicous. J-, t '
some. T. B. Byrd & Co. ,
Cards have been received in T&Ua
hamsee from Mr. and Mrs. B. S. WlUM.
announcing the marriage of their u
daughter, Oille Lillhaato Mr. Th a
Menrce Mecntosh, on Wed I dae
ing. December 19th. 190 at I o
at the Wilbon home, 1 th Whidtm
Street. Attants, Ga. The Tre i)mS.
crat extends eongratuslatiol amd hs t
winhem for long life, proeperiy
A great quantity of fresh driedW ht
..f all kind. The beat ever. T. .
Byrd A Co. 41

Fraulein Simens mwas a eal treat
the musician of the city. In bha m.
ditimA she showed somw a1 the gran
m aical xpes that th a

vivasety. ime-ly
O ef tha *.4' &n aa

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A A No I ll weU sMith to talk about BuMsines (ten years fI the north anM
A.C. l me marke prla tof t ton. and perf" all that 4 Otqu'ed E0
Isone.soL a d other eo-oprative I
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low Sthe "me andasthi ns a partofthe Building
th tc ebackor their efforts. But sanitary goods, and have them inmta
eds to be doe, and rules laid down by the city. Weol
t o keep c aonthing es be done by none
ater a' r o eep th armerw-the individual farmer.
K t t'in" "It is tolo0wer te cost of makig cotton
and to wake less of it. As a rule, In
AN Y worler to produce eatton at 155 Coat, It
o't t wG my wl wil be lserse to plant a very mueh
eyu M lr m an31 rie it better unitr
1m to_ befemanr firdron. IWroBtvt

tWati i. Print and Pr
O SpS ldOf $e406 10?n -the-k mark __-
bs .-.- s d.* ls oteSee John 0. Colli

~ 801h12ot omt of the prodon; lt verythlng New and Up
--re mn r tco..te, by st and lawful Orades In Papr and Cat
ofit, atJd K0ow fHow to Use Them,
my reso -t& tltutlon. R.J R .
Ii5 S I -. .w. All Wrk iartly s
and Wk wlM ease t .AN We. nd.phol
i .f ei to "oumenes them to Jo s rtalnly as medical men and
beeJ, .a -- ,aw.Dfai d COLLINS' J0tPRe
S-.. CKIOM WWpWIIty fth
i r South astrn Tariff ppti of ma sri a vSt. a CALL P
Sfors ,, of the
s Iiite os toe epot thie sf to h te

iue. an1 Peer"^. =.. B whi.ch-, .,[ D 1" .oi 1.e sI -
Sa r* r which scattered
a Selkta mg f mim l mcc h WFLWITend .IAnSMITL
set amunoed mle"'= m At- .em .1*ifts
wo the In sen atsix organism r odoften days before. S0
01 ~theti
f t General Reir Shop.
S e eshshst pi i ot e is rirt f pert who has had years
aever pound of hatrngt her alariat ee rm. of experience. .
u market. I m tasked But 1I fly airt conct
al to a s t of six ""to past mmer aby ph sisabs work-
.* 11 1 res dto &at*Boa rd ds- mA pooo of ithe- /bLBo
t. ,.et- t*IF@ we to gwslhto wofever. V thmaer adr 8A *i A M.
t Please Ou t# madet hfin d thIowa Tted. M
S" ell hotaw.l Ou mi Wt k trof ort theT
It r IPt mMOh o attcow trI 0
Uyu w oS feE.. Economy Fece I cr,

every MdV"t the I-r me befo rehtfo
sth apIr lMf oGenuoal dent Yor
hmth iels the s t the lof tim elet

WN BEST ad For
On aof w~t. 6HBAPBS7
Uher fee o Can be built for less than
y to oatte 15 cetsa ae3.R

i sb 40-st entrWilliam Robertsi.
Vista ljMat shial Mir. 8AL28 AGENT. Lb

= e and table or table to a ntimly end in -

ro produce oton ltat griss wh ermever Vflrmifu. oo

tadapa live and haunt the breedlg
.1ETf Tw--u M b at HleobMs, let we at Met sut him oytas k" %WsM P

^Lm^mehe si ofetb the b U term. TOflU
t hat i n os t La Uo tsa b6f inge ant ah. te IPems *IlY W
as a v~y W S &e. wda &i es B"alla-rd*'*8ae, S.e e C A.
i--lffaNU)L-W W oottairoa oa at Juk CT.
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Busin- we are in a pftom furnish the latest
Iled by thoroughly comp~ tt work and aceoit
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Double Dwingroom Sleepers, StPtroom nd O)*es' 10n
, oppeoted between St. Artie and Jack onvile to Now
g.a W-ahngtonleaviV Aug utine 12:10 p. pm. and Jack
01e 1:0) p. m. da nludir Snd


full information and sleeper
Seaboard Agent
Asitant O.. Passing AAmt.

pe from Jacksonville

reservation call on any
or write .

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$7.0 P. O. B. Depot:
$8.80 deliver Ia city


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Seistto kt tdmpati to ap 3o000 4
who wll deposit*-" A ad N 4
lfhdiade > of bank. Thlmes saks are dvpred to
to know how mAk me you can save in fve yfers by taklg care
it is y house. beau there is Of IM
Ost-n October. A a7 D Ow & trt.
we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in Ave years, computed on a be-
s fail worklag days in the yar, at 0 per eni $ rat .et.

Am't depodtal. Intorst earned. oti
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The capital stock of the savings bank is $0,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Yllbdsinnes wi =tha will be held triotl dstlal.
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Our Prices Wo't Mae Your Moey

Dealers im

Live and Rolling

,*G=CS $35.00 ad up
WAGONS *a0wrd up
Aiso Brick, 'and Tile
or Building ai *Paving.
PHON15. P. 0. BBox8. &

Tallahauee, Fla.


Dont Have Your
At the M111.
I build them under a
Guarantee, havebuilt
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4,
Tallahassee. Florida.


Notice of Incorporation.
h11 uadesrsI d h ry ie notte1 that o the
16th day of Deembr. A.D. 10M. at 10 o'clock a.
m.. oras soon thereaft as they ean be heard.
tbe wi ply to the oeerahle M.D. B toward.
the earel tssel c iaws at his n41 1-
ted fa th e aity e S

than, their et et te ad Id iSate n
renquie d by i for ndew OMW dU I meu e e.

"1Ir 1M. YAs@

The undei d m fgree to become semsel-
*aed eitber, and deh ar s ameist thmeemlve.
~thair, for tAe- Poapore be amin a by po-
M esrrpe- id tA the rsoat hetateto
7e *A the pmrovislo t whoeh r bsm-hyr
cep e. The followinMr Arti f icowesti
shll constitut and boome its charter upon IsZ o
anee of letters patent eeoordinf to law:
AATmcIe N.
The name of the orporaton Ihall be "Ya er
& Bet Hrdware Compsy." Its prinelp*a
9le3 pe O WlItu a 5 kIs be At the eity
lectae by the Board of oIDrtors.
ArnicL II.
The general nature of the businea to be trans-
acted by the maid corporation shall Ibe: To engafe
in business as jobbers and retailers of hardware of
all kinds and dooeriptions: to buy. sell. export, im-
rt, and generally deal In mill. plumber'. miners.
blcksmlths'. steamn fitters' and aM fittes' up
ples; to buy. ell export, import, d ad
deal tolaot. cutlery, dd. dlers trd anud
stal, guns Mad poon s d II klede sad do-
criptlon; to cary on the busanes of plumbing.
tinnling and mneh elcal enrlneerin In all Ito vs-
rious bmebeI: to pturd Msewe. Il d
mortgage rial d on property : to loan
nmow y and to borrow money: givin Its bonds.
notes or other security t or; and to have and
to enjoy all the rights, privileoee and powers nec-.
essary to the management and operation of said
The amount of the capital stock of this corpora.
ton shall be twenty-five thouand doUllars, divided
into two hundred and ffty" shais of the par value
of one hundred dollars sab: Maid capiltl stock
shall be paid for in lawful money of the United
Stat.,, or itn p .erty labor or services at a Just
walaston, to I xed by the corporators. or by the
directors at a meeting called for such purpose.
This corporation shall exist for the period of
ninety-nine year. unless moner dissolved accord.
In, to law.
Tbe businew of this corporation shall be con-
ducted by a board of not Im than three nor n or
than fivedirectoo. The oad of Directors hall
select from themselves a President. a First Vice.
President. a ond Vts-Proident. a Uere
and a Treasurer. Sad Bowd of Direetams al
have authority o atppoelt all eMaUy amets of
this e am Annual m-tasp of tMhe stock-
holditeir-- at tOn prine1palea rporas do"n n th frst MMonda n ee yar, at
10 *ehek a. m. or asamon thermaftr -sm tt
bIe,. at which tIhe DMMd Itof Dietem ll a l
by tLe s r beli etMs. The ead nr, to b ehese by

The hbreht m aStCIf ladebndomw Ar w Ity
this eyreBma d.i atmw timhe MubjMt Itlf

them al- iui wh th
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Read Wherever the 5 s mhLaaem *

The Thrie*-a-Week World, now that
as reat tial eamp is ifore-
hopes to be a bnttor manor
Un it has ever ben before, andi
made its arraqe aments
Itms esm Vrice owveewthe lre
promptly Ond aemrtely. ItIs theranly
news t a daily whdi s as good as a
dally and whieb will keep you as eom
plekly informed of what is happening
hroumhout th wor
The Thrie--Wek World is fair in
its political reports. You can ot the
truh from its colums, whether you
ar Republican or Democrat, and tht
is what you-want.
A iae l feature of the Thrice-a.
Wak World has been ita serial ftion.
It publishes novels by the best authors
in the world novels which in book form
aell for $1.0 piece, and its high stand.
ard In this respect will be maintained
in the future as in the pat.
regular subscrptionprice is only 1 per
YearW, ad pthsQpfjor paper We
offac thto -ad newaper and is
s Democrat together orone yea.
for $1.60.
The regular subscription price of the
two papers is $2.

H" j~ OMInplsted.teuve amprmI emso#

A smpoNow et o a

toWs in a better Postio than ever befr.
to wait V the appreave pube. .

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you will really fa th m a hiring twtmm f*am s It lf
ac. customled to much driving, mdo
Sour price wil strlk eou ab



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Stoves, Tinware, Wagonsk

Carriages, Plumbing r

and Plumbers


dwards. Son & Co.,

City Market,

Stalls Nos. 5 and 8.
PHONE NO. 169.

Keep in stock at all times,
all kinds of Fresh Meats,
Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs.

If you wish the very

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to write for.our literature, yet that mi


and Sporting Goods.

nuto wma deMids Yew lu.

"We make***a ,O
Young Man! Young Woman! We mk SIS.. f of,
and bh reponeibilty, as BOOKKEEPR, II.
Remember that every day lsat mn starting ts ofef na d iry In th e
Decide to enter NOW-TODAY. Address


P. o. BOX 1o.

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Ware in Water Seto Punch ,owt M
Beautiful Manicure and Tollet SHp.v.
Everything of the Best for the Holiday Buyes.,"

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Isn, J. R. Maxwell returned S9nday
a a visit toTamps.
SON, o cY Goods
I fLive Oak,
W dus', pin and ball.
IW. n-4t.
hI B1fu ft, ef Thommeville, wse
ffmak and dainty toilet sets. 5.
leams. J. 8. Melall and James E.
i-, eL Tampas were registered at
Jr. John P. Roberts spent Sunday
Sh peas, small cans
e only 20c. T. H.
MW 6 oeO. 89
kl--To Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Misell
1w .,"boy--an his name is
.,, o.lro gratu tiob .

Okm sad e- teas 2poun eaa
only 10. H. Randoph n.
Judge Pal L, oTf aiwy,
hrwrfe, wh was aslT Mr. a
Mrs. A. C. Spiller.
Cll and see 'or fresh stock of Pure
Candies. T. B. Byrd& Co. 8
Ia-Q wveqe Wil"Ma Sherman Jen-
ninms aa been granted a permit to
build Ane and costly residence in the
ity ef Jsekaesvillk
S e uy, lc a en. Sour Brand,
_8ln _at, oa4 U+. T. H. Ran-
doh So. 89
Mr. C. L. Miller and wife, from Tal-
lahassee, will make their home here
this winter and are at the Keystone.
Mr. Miler a pleasant gentleman, is
connected with the South Florida Gas
Company.-Orlando Reporter Star.
Unheard of sacrifees on goods slight.
ly damaged by the fire Don't mise
the opportunity. Tallahassee Merean.
tile Co. Higsower's Old Stand. "-2t
An engagement of much Interest re.

love daughter of United State Ben.
lorJ!m1 P. Talafew. of Florida, and
Mr. 1dward W. Lane, Preeldeqt of th
Atlantic National Bank of Jas ke4
ville. The wedding will take place
early in the new year.

Mren. Clyde
. Blake went to
Interest of the

id," which met
re, will be produ
ay and at tfainlb

One of the grandest most brilliant
aow Most uitlte rh-m-m-dsk, ;a
one of the finest recitals ever heard in
Augusta was given by Frieda Siemens
la night. As to her work, adjectives
fall short of doing her justice. In her
playing there is every element that
goes to make the art of piano playing
perfect. There is a delicacy of touch,
unsurpassed tshenique, proper tempera-
ment, wonderful tonal power, clear-
ness, exquisite taste and intelligent in.
terpretation. It was a magnificent
recital, given under the auspices of
Verdery Music Club and profoundly im-
premed the delighted and enthusiastic
audience.-Dally Tribune Augusta, GI.
At Munroe opera bose Dbecember 7th.
Great fire sale. Goods slightly dam-
aged by the fire. All kinds of bargains.
Tallahassee Mercantile Co. Hightow-
er's Old Stand. -Wt
Misses Audrey and Marle Walker
left Monday for Tallahassee to spend a
few days with Mias Annie Duval.-
Crawfordville Br e.
We don't claim to have the best, but

atIRev. J. i esid lst as good as the best. Our canned
d y. of src was in ru, vetabl etc. T. H. Randolph
the eityt llm_ ia for a short time. S' .
--Live 0k De t Mention The True Democrat.

.Asj4 Ab l~aslntm AdesetkIsseas

-Ivan Item, Crawfordvlle Brese.
Don't mis to get a p of tb
fine chocolates at 26. Good as thee
article. T. H. Randolph & Son. 89
While owr ,city dimetor, Miler, wav IM
Quiney theearly part of the week he had
the pleasure of inspecting the new quar-
ters of The Gadaden County Times.
They are comfortably situated in a
roomy new building where every thing
is in excellent condition, and where
they can handle to greater advantage
their newsy edition. Many courtesfee
were shown by affable Editor Thomp-
son, for which we thank him. most
The most complete line of toilet sets
ever brought to the city. H. N.
Sweeting. 88
ahl to "ed .
and early to rise makes one healthy,
happy and wise-especially if you take
Herbinae before retiring. A positive
cure for Conatlpation, Dyapepsia and
all liver complad; ta. Mrs. 8-- Co-
lumbia, Tenn., writes: "I always keep
a su y of your Herbine on hand. Am
so pa-d with the relief It gives in
costlpation and all liver complalata,
that words can't expree my apprecia-
tion." AUDruggist. -
A large quantity of May Seed Oats.
L. C. Yaeger, the hardwareman. 88

same man wilt -s thm- uty of a
christian life sand od oo0d
rihteouse with teu
fusion Iso .A" ot the ere t
and your ton wil be brkid and
will at one be given complete onuiol
of ourself.
sin aWd hol;. h rishtsouas and
heaven ; which shall it be?
As AlaWmlag 3Sts1MO
frequently results from ne lect of
elogd *wI sand torpid tI
ditlonfa wthosw
Kils new LUfe Pius. the best and
tenet reauttonr of Stomach and
ZOweOA Ouartead by all d pit
Prks 2k.

Vio el"", y

Women's and Misses' Skirts.

A beautiful and. complete assortment in the Ready.-ade Garments, embracing

Panamas, Chiffon Panamas, Serges, Tafeta and Broadclhs.
and Colors that cannot help but please every la4y.

Every one modeled after the

Latest Creations.

stantly in touch with

We are con-


and Domestic Models, and are
therefore in a position to offer

Best-what we

know will please.

A range of Styles

Coat Suits.

A-select line of very pretty and New Styles in.

Gray Plaid and Wool Goods, Short, nobby Co.,,t

Styles; Coat Suits with full sweep Skirts.
Moderate Price.

All the Latest and Best at a very

Don't Worry About Being Pleased.

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Our past dealings aure our patron o the very But to be had-both in Quality,
Quantity and Price.

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In a

rto root r some of it
t t Pat t hs been

aro with him,.alwhye being
lhe Acorn. Only 20c. T. H.
Pendolp& A Son. 89
S SL. OmNOo. a 2,
s, o'. -- aro r.
SAll Sir KnIhihan 67eby Ied' to
atted a sited onc fe he Con-
rndy on Tuesday, December 11,
1906, at 4 p. m. Orders will be con-
,erred on four candIdates. By order of
el f ao Cenaty Commlsslemerw.
The County Commissioners met in
regular session Tuesday morning, with
a full attendance.
The "True Democrat" was designa-
ted as the official organ for the ensuing
S e he b-tam.w treausted,
other than the regular routine.
The meeting adjourned to meet again
Tuesday, December 10th, to revise the
county pension list and formulate a road
law for Leon county.
Negre -Smped.
Northern Wright, a aeero who worked
for one Cooper, a farmer residing near
here, stole a new revolver from Brum-
by the second hand man.
SWright was captured with the goods
Son hApls on and bLed up in t ty
Jail. hat was a BSaturday. He Was
there o Sunday monng at 8 o'clock
when Oecer Gray gave hm hi bsbreak-
Shortly after when Gray had oeeasion
to visit the celL lo the cage door was
ajar and the bird had flown. Inevsti-
gation showed that the yale lock had
been broken with a piece of iron, evi-
dently by some friend of Wright's.
So far the "bird" has not been caught,
but look out, Mr. Coon, for the officers
are hot on your trail.

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If you beombe totally disAbled
the Company pays your premium
without interest premiums
are not *" d~di ti ;s' ,Wof.
policy. .

Not take our word for it,
but let us prove it to you.



IRA SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
Carrabelle, Fla.

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Special Bargains for the Holiday Trade.

Until January 1st, my entire stock of
Furniture, Rugs, Mattings, Toilet Sets,
Lamps, Pictures, Etc., will be offered at
Very Close Prices.
Special Values in nice Center Tables

and Willow Rockers.

Give me a trial

and be convinced.



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rules a full and complete line of samples for Gentlemen. a

Pressing by the month at reasonable prices.
Will carry in store for small men, misfit clothing made by Me8
chant Tailors. .
Agent for Japanese Cleanall for removing greae, p int, pA
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men sad J J CM
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every man at breakfast t
one know, that only good gmam
good coffee. We take speel PO
our brand as they have
store famous. Just a" good at
fee we ell an teas, which pi
hold -d throdhd- t pur estim
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produets-thme we have t* t
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