The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
January 4, 1907
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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The Tallahassee Weekly True Democrat was established on March 3, 1905, by John G. Collins. The "True Democrat", as it briefly called itself, explained that its name showed dedication to the "true and tried doctrines of The Old Time distinguished from...mischievous fads and fallacies of the day." Though not intended, never more true words have been spoken on newspaper title changes! Milton A. Smith bought the Weekly True Democrat in 1908. In February 1912, the paper started publishing as the Semi-weekly True Democrat . In 1913, it reverted to a weekly again under the title of the Weekly True Democrat . On April 6, 1915, the newspaper became the Daily Democrat . Frequency of publication dictated another change of title later that year when the Daily Democrat became the Weekly Democrat . Sometime thereafter, exact dates are not known, the Weekly Democrat became the paper of record for the state’s capital, and the title changed to the Weekly Democrat and Florida Record to reflect this development. If ever it was a record for Florida, it would have been a digest, since both the Florida House and Senate have maintained continuous and detailed recordings of their deliberations. Today, the same newspaper is known as the Tallahassee Democrat . Because Tallahassee is the seat of Florida’s state government, the True Democrat has been quoted copiously in journal articles and theses. Of particular note is its usefulness in tracking Jim Crow behaviors in the early 20th century. During this period, African Americans constituted about 80 percent of the population in Leon County, and white supremacists felt particularly threatened. The True Democrat, whatever its name, would come to influence--and some might argue, make mischief with--the State of Florida’s democratic processes and the deliberations of the legislature. While it may have shown leanings toward one party or another throughout its history, the newspaper has been affiliated with neither the Democratic nor Republican party but can be said to have exerted its influence on each.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).

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elslt, and I -emiiked that if he thought
n he could do the work better that he
might try it
si "Give me the chair, I can do better."
., That was all, and quite euangh. In-
n, side pf an heo another young man was
D,. taking h ist lesson o hoto raphy,

pure foolish-

tor The lemon learned did me a world of
wal good. I have never forgotten the ince-
dent. Nor have I failed to tell the cir-
to f mine who
.ines or
He any other. It did me good to lose the
th ob, for it opened my eyes to the fact
I*, that it did not pay to know more than
00- the man who took the trouble to teach
iti- me from the store of knowledge which
We had cost him years to acquire.-Spare
We. Moments.
or- Card of ThanUs.
09- Editor True Demoerat-Please allow
me space in your ewspaper to return

c~ if

ew years are come w o ur way
whe I shall net eli 0" Let ie
think of this andt l Importance of
the sentiment. Y a li Ule while I
shall be no more '! How, where
shall I be disposed The reamns will
return as before, pbhe place that now
know me will know mre o forever.
Will this be a curs a blminhg? If
I die in mysinM t m no more
to my possessions a i 0oyme -tot
the call of mercy, te threM of
race, to the houe o. If I die
m the Lord Is Ill nm ore to this
vain and wick to he sehi
head to to this e *t to these
tMIatIons and e eotws
Mnd ia-. Let us wear with

wtsh hbsMbee mof no beneSft to any
wme o amount of thl ltiation.
.yeanr ago Ja torbes it is
and the pnsh ovrne thti tract.
The raet, which-b e ly tmbr tld
and t=e value for eulatlon waso n-
dveo h. sincee there ba been
M aeM fndofr timber the past tw
i tb e has been in demand.
= 6tUal mp it it said, have been
=mlto Ut but owing to the cloud
S w tittM buyer were
ta loi. auswttrwas take into the
Umd tlftei court for a sutleet,
wj Ite Iult that the land was divert.
d to te government.
eM has eeb a clamor for the prop
arty nd the o vt that the tract to
rt d to entry, there will no doubt
b a great ruh of bometeaden to tU"
action where government land Is nOW,
Fletdla i Nanr ill
MAss HILL, N. C., Dec. 27, 190.
Editor True Democrat, Tallahassee.
Fla. :
Dear Editor-Plesse find enclosed an
Invitation to the ApAliverary of the
Kuthallan Literary Society of Mars Hill
Probably, I have been away from
home so lo6r that I am forgotten, boy
I hope to return ome I am iwa
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fr s -'-eted in ts werew ooked after by he noble Wood
You mis, rives out bytealh- men. My they continue to do sic
meit of mo-edcatiov n going to the Un- noble work.
ietof id t., n to the UVery respectfully,
h woosdrfu dSeveo ent of the M HA "rA Po's.
Florida State Colf uner the admin- The last issue of the Gainesville Ele
istration of President Murphree, is not vator contains a write-up and an exce
generally known. It was a punny af- lent likeness of President Albert Mur
fairwhen hefrst assumed management. three of the Florida Female College
The buildings were small, equipment Dr. Murphree is one of the ablest an
old and out of date, and the sool was foremost educators in the south. an
but little more than a high school. The higher honors are in store for him.
attendance was composed chiefly of re- Pensacola Journal.
identa of Leon county, although it was
maintained for the good of students
from all parts of the State. President were wise in this conclusion for th
Murphree saw an opportunity to devel- new law created several new depart
op and expand the institution. It was ments which required good judgemen
a State College, yet there was no dor- and tact in organizing, equipping an
mitory room on the campus for the ac- supplying with efficient teachers.
commodation of students from other President Murphree took hold of th
counties The first few years were de- new order of things with that determi
voted to increasing attendance from nation and energy necessary to success
other counties than Leon. Soon the His personal magnetism and enthusisin
private residences in the neighborhood won the hearty co-operation of his fac
of the campus were all in use. Then ulty from the start. Many obstacle
there was need for domitories and Pres- had to be surmounted. The attend
ident Murphree set to work on a plan ance was the first thing to require at
topresent the requirements properly tention The curriculum had bhe
before the legislature. In 1901 he sac- brought up to a certain standard, and
eeeded in obtaining a small appropria- in consequence entrance requirements
ti.e including about $14,000 for two barred scores of young girls who de
frame domtories. This money was im- sired to attend the College. Last year
Smediately expended and girls and boy however, the session began with 114
,h dormitories were erected and designated students. The enrollment gradually in
nas ast and West Halls. The first year created, and at the close the rolls ac.
both were comfortably filled, the next counted for 206 students This yeai
year they were crowded, the third year the College session began with 141, and
otiode accommodation had to be found, this number is being increased from
and the fourth year-well, there was week to week. By the end of the see
Ne Florida State College. Its life was sion, it will no doubt show upward ol
ended, but it expired when t was in its 250.
Iry; full of lengthh and energy. The So long as Mr. Murphree remains al
d eolument for the last ear of its ex- the head of the Florida College for Wo
S istauce was l87 girls boyL. men it is bound to puw head. Todaj
It is useles to refer to the disap- it is cramped for apMse, both in dormi.
pewltmemt that President M urphre tory and recitation rooms.' The depart-
mot have experlenced the day of the ments embracing the e arts, lades-
p age oft BeDuckman law is the trial arts, model school and kindergar-
af ;t, when the Florida State ten have not suitable accommodation
=aae, bult up by him from not much nor even sufficient room. It is expected
m than a local school to a promti that these conditions will be remedied
smet eat of learning, with a standard by the next Legitlature, and that
ftelom, and an attendance reaching Preident Murphree will be provided
early to the four hundreds. It was with sueh fadelities as the College may
a i odds the most I portantnd require and he may see fit, through the
S 6Mt vg State educational Itu- proper boards, to recommend.
Stin Florid, and it development Thoe who are familiar with President
was aMt .otlj to the magmetlm, Murposree's career in his chosen profes-
ab ya w eakny oI ets president. The sion in this State know he has but made
l w knocked but aimed a begning, it is something of a remark-
to wMt up eveft h e ttUy. able one. As yet he is a very young
It wa tuht t t recognition f man. His work this State has cov-
past erv lew the d of last ered but twelve'years. His future is
.. d at flotrIshing edin tiolnal btU. bright and there can be no doubt that
itntio eIn the Stat wald be o l the always be found at the head of
e y el the Univerety of Florida. a flowishin and leadinstitution of
^ -t the ot boards, related by the learning, whether his labors be in Flor-
new lw, ew fi to retain Prident da or elsewhere. Gainesville Eleva-
norph re at the Wome College. Tey tor.

'e fully with our ,wnrelbwets. Let.. nos eMg Wt rW H^ tiW
I. compare ourselves with others, and ee.- name iM p .i .l.s las .s.
h pecially the more vile of our fellow-. Snow u4a. faIl the l t, and for it
creatures; but with our advanta- three days it was nothing short of a
ges; with our knowledge; with snowstorm. The earth was covered -
our professions with the law of God. about eight inches in the white dsway
Let us begin the year with a determi- subtanee. It would take nothing oa n
e- nation to abandon whatever appearss than the skilled hand of Raphael or o- n- "
l- sinful, and say with Elihu: "If I have rot to portray the gorges beauty that ,_.'= gUinm.gmte __,
r- done iniquity, I will do no more." Let thee mountains gives forth_. i. S2 "doe.* I u i
e. the evil course or the evil passions During the holidays, a Florlda boy, t'.- "tio. t
d plead in vain. Begin the new year have ha the pleasure of oasting down a waUs.t m isS m, the oal.
d with pious and personal dedication and the precipitous side of Little Mountain, tMo M' the dreaded pm@*.
-say with David, "Lord, I am tbine; a resort almost as famous to a student Mostly, aS we lk the u-ge,
save me. Yield yourselves to God. of Mars Hill College as was Lover's Pii** good and .ppa
He has infinite claims on you. You Leap in South Carolina to lovers in the mnSto meets 1as as _i.
will never be truly your own till you l'aye of slavery. A boy would get on WeTwaste thought, sanerve ad
e are His. Beein the year with relative the sled in front and a girl behind, then b" pa .... n ---t-ps o that
t- religion. If the worship of God has down, down down, at a rate equal to which never transpares. "Don't shoot
t never been established in your family, that of lihgtening speed. Unlimited until they come out" combines lots of
d commence it now, and say with Joshua, express or reak-neck speed they wonli sound wisdom with no end of good ph
"As for mv and my house, we will go. Fortunately however, we all es- .losopy. We notonly worry advance
B serve the Lord A family without caped the fateful blows that the last of the thing but after it to dose. If
* prayer it like a house without a roof: rate would have accidentally brought we calmly pn ear ep our bst
t as uncovered and exposed; and we us. Suffice is it to say, that the holi- what more could have been dome?
m know who has threatened to pour out da y are being spent in a most enjoy- A main d ulty Is in striving to do
- his fury upon the families that call not able way. And really I think that the to much and in overtaxing our i-
Suon His name Begin the year with boy who has not had the pleasure of ties. The strong std self-re i t
* the determination to be useful. and ask arraying himself in a costume resem- man has no msvirn. o" the .weiak
- with Saul of Tarsus. "Lord, what will blinl sharply that of a Laplander, and one mistruats everything, himself In-
n Thou have me to do?" Let me look at a a stroll over the mountains 'mid eluded. He contrives ainst odd and
i m resources. my opportunities; and snow and ice. the snow at the same worries and hurries, while others et,
s ak How can I glorify God and pro- time coming into his face at a rapid sl"p and are merry.
- mote the welfare of my fellow creat- rate, has missed a good deal. But this Is going to be the way with
Sures. Have I no irreligioub neighbors Wishing you and all your readers a the average nervous Amerkian. It was
I to reclaim? Are there no poor to re- Happy New Year, I beg to remain, he n fact, who invented ea.urasth .
* lieve? No widows and fatherless to yours truly, AsA P. GRAY. The disease hs .become a habit with
visit? Begin the year with more con- him. and worry, hurr, restle.m Sand
r duct in the arrangement of your af- You are cordially invited to attend irritabilityare its leading e Ature He
1 fairs and aecordingas the dutyof every the Anniversary of the Euthalian Lit- takes his business hume with b eats
day requires. It will add much to your erary Society, of Mars Hill Colle e, with it, I wsith it, ieu Withit.
. comfort to be regular in your devotions, Mar Hill. lorth Carolina, Saturay It Is his w a t ti reside and ta
f in your meals and your piety will be evening, January the fifth. 1907, seven ble; it blrs all his stands
aided by It. Have a place for every. o'clock. between him and his amly, al because
t thing; an end to simplify it; a rule to We mote in the programme: Decla- he must borrow trouble and mortgage
- arraneit Leave nothing for the mor. motion. Subject, "The Unknown happiness, health and life in the bia-
Srow that ought to be diehalred today. Riderr" Ass P Gray, Tallahassee, ane*.--New York Herald.
Finally, tame -this short, this uncer- Fl. ..^ '
tai, this all- important time upon Mr. Lamar to KIstrathse Tebace Always entertained b our exchange
pe Win not allow of our tiflingi Seed, we note that several have mentioned
pen, will not allow ofourtrthis great and good man as the next
away an of its moment. Resolve to House of Re resentatives, Washing. governor oeat ida. Should the east
rede t. Gather up the framents, ton, Dec 2, 1906. rthatropositionwe'd implore the
that nothin-f be lo- t E"pels--ei-s' er that proposition we'd implore the
itt from les sleep, and if you have Editor True Democrat, Tallahassee. muse to transform us and meet him a
Iaeustomed vourselfto the ad mful Fla. : did Ney upon Napoleon's return from
indulgmenceof lying late in bed, begin Dear Sir I have for distribution als.nd hei dso manfully. No Fok. .
the new year with the habit of early among the tobacco growers of our Dis. and a n eis m ouly, f o r o
riin, bywhich you will promote your trict a number of packages of fine to m fo
hlt and improvement of every kind, bacco seed, selected by the Department t3&ea common mmy., and every .
and live much longer than others in the of Agriculture here. I shall beiglad to hert was- n the cause. n this era f
same number of days. and say with send out these seed upon application, dirtySpoicweSaeto hearof M
David. "My voice shalt Thou near in Thoe desiring them can obtain a peck. haanpolits we hatetoindrea frm
the morning. () Lrd; in the morning age by addremsing me here, care House he. e :n drrg m
will I direct my praver to Thee and will of Representitives. .For you did see upon the Lui
look up. And if this be your determi i Very truly youve, Whori cou h d h e upon the Ll
nation, the season will be the date of -W. B. LAMAR, I thrice presented hir a ki
yeaor halpine. Gol,. Himself, says M. C. 3d Dist., Fla. Which h* thricenevatuamd e
'From this day will I bless you." shouldd Bloxham run alanad we
S ---- iAlways the mtA ompleto line of failed to support him we'd go to e .
How abput that line of Fa a ist- beautiful Watch F T. Nichol- ventry for life as datural and wl W
coats in the window of Bu 1 Co.? son, the Jeweler. A9 sacrifce.-Leesburg Oommecial.
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Directors and to transact other bul- the two new members, Dr. Anders and
news. Hon. John Moore going off and Messrs.
44-St W. H. CARTIR, President. J. W. Collins and Ricard G. Johnson
Going on. -
ONE OF THE BST Hons. J. A. Andrews and John C.
ASUA Moore have made faithful officials dur.
lag their terms on the board and go
THE FUTURE hack to private life leaving a good rec-
Of the well for ord as o every member of the
beak a amount of the bal- .s' -- --
ance tohi not so aerial a
th habits of A m my wh h
Cwt wnbhut' CASTORIA
be leansts f rowing- w |s s

humulatlun% W
ion to lOok e"a rthe 16 a
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the re the ye
pass,or sa1 which wease L
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M. E. p t 's ad a trnMM

Tm TftU ohd 6At ^***imcah< 11
.l a aem I 1 sawr. The State a***l**** l A ds"i
I meeting at St. Augustine last week was
1W o aVIr YM DAT ORMINMO. a very Weespesfi and prAtable eMe,
S........ ..L-- and all who were present enjoyed the
saoundW aseseaCmd str t Mu4 a occasion very much. The following
a.f r.em0 a aT oI i m siof' were elected as aSeers for the enaag
A4 of ..mmofen sI &L IM.
..: O < '.a"'Mrh 19 -~ ^year: President, W. D. Cam, of Oeal ,
a aaeperinsondent of public instruction of
SMarion county; vice-preident, Mrs. R.
: B. Rutherford, of Jacksonville, prinel.
Adsver2tei0e An 5sOilet. pal of the Springield Grammr ScehooL
Secretary, J. 0. Kellum, of Tallahas-
'rTe Tr* emeUt s taie OMsal Nmewwr see, secretary of the State Board of
a i ,n Control; Marianna was chosen as the
place for the next annual meeting.
Tallr laslle yrMa, Jal. 4., 17. From the excellent address of Presl
dent A. M. C. Russell, county superin-
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne enter- tondent of Hernando county and editor
trained State officers and newspaper of the Brooksville Argus, we make the
men at a nice supper at the Leon hotel following extracts:
last evening at 8 o'clock, and all pres- The Legislature, however, should be
ent enjoyed the oeeasion very much, as given well-merited praise for one piece
they do all entertainments given by Mr. of legislation that has resulted in great
Browne and his excellent wife., benefit to the school system. I refer
Jacksonville lost another of her most to the enactment of the Buckman law.
valuable and best business men and citi- While it has caused great temporary
sens on Monday, in the death of Major inconvenience and some hard feelings,
Wiley G. Toomer, and all Florida sym- the outcome will be to the permanent
pathises with Jacksonvillians in the be- welfare of all the schools and all the
reavement, for be was a friend to all children of the State. A system of ed-
Florida. ucation had developed that was top
Did ou ever hve a pure genuine heavy, too many State schools and too
ease of the rippe? Thought we had little money appropriated to the com.
au ofthegrippedmn schools, where the mase of thee
several time before, but for about two chn school, e heingre the alway of the
months have been wrethling with a e children are being, have always been
that nuo surely has a grip-hold thatnd will always be educated, without
ad; hae our not beig able further advancement. Happily, the
st y ou up n otewspaper ing compablete Buckman law corred this. Teachers
se you up a newspaper as omplet force have a right to a hearing before the
like wise well gripped lawmakers on school subjects at least,
aTd likewew ll i and they should notify the Legislature
And now graft Is charged up against that the upheaval and tearing up of
Governor Vardaman, of Mississippi. settled conditions have left educational
Warden Henry, of the retiring peniten aff airs so that they cannot stand any
more experiments, friction and uncer-
tiary board, in his report filed January tainty, Nothing more should be done
, claims the Governor purchased a sad to the Buckman law except to correct
die horse in St. Louis for himself, and some errors in minor details. The main
had the State pay the freight bill on featuresof the law should be permitted
St pa the freight bill onto remain as they are.
the same. The charge is creating a "The State College for Women, lo-
great sensation In the political circles cated at Tallahassee, is admirably offl-
of that State.So "Jones, he pays the cred and beautifully locate, and de-
freight, after ll, does he? And serves to be characterized as one of the
Sfbrightest Jewels in the crown of Flori.
there may be sme more developments day's ilory. President A. A. Murphree
of greeting in the southland, in little and his able colaborers are doing good
thugs, before thecentury "rollsaway." and a great one for our you women
---- --- of the State, and the insttution over
lhsse True Democrat is w1bh he preside should have all the

and we asggest that the True Demo s should. iAduee pW
et man go down to the tate ouse dauhtes to th
and make a copy of them. -Pensacola rate the than to ho ols beyond
Journal., the 1Aiooftheatt&e
Our experience, which has been Neetl, airo Ces-ty Cemisleeners.
published several times, in seeking in- Leon county's Board of County Comn-
formation from the I. I. Board, now missioners met in reguirr session
double-barrelled with the Drainage- Wednesday, Hons. E. C. Smith, chair-
ard, hs been enough, and besidedo an; John A. Anders, John C. Moore.
Hoard, ha been enough, andesie W. D Stoutamire and W. A. Register,
you not remember a resolution of that a full board present.
board, which requires thut no one can The minutes of last meeting were
have access to or information from in.- read and approved and the accounts
Is furnished y the hoard, or Mrne- were examined, approved and ordered
thing to that e' ffect, paid, and warrants for the several ac-
The l)rainage and I. I, hoards ha'.t counts were issued.
he t mrany thoand I. oflardr ha, Tax Asm.,r lon. W. 0. Ames,
t a st t or IM months do llar dulrilr presented the completed tax rolls for
the la.t 12 or IN month, do() nut lori -. the year U1.4 and the .ame, after ex-
ians think it would be proper for thism. airnation, were found correct and ac--
boards to publish an itemized staterm'nit ,,ptii by the i i ard, and the amount of
Would it onally monthly or if rterly ? tax rolls were charged up to Tax
Would t nohe e of more ida inf they r Collector W. A Demily, who will soon
taking the eolle o Florida nt tirhe ready to collect taxes for that year.
confluence Would they not feel ti1,t ur (In motion of lion. W. ). Stoutamire,
about it ? It iA their duty to 1-t ti I nde,.d by lion. J. A. Anders, it was
public know Ju.t how they arte aaee'"dahi~, Irried, that lion. S. I'. hair t and
every etnt of these I. I. .oneys, r14lh Me:,sr. Joseph Hlamlin and Chaires
they should furnish the correct state Scruggs were appointed a commission
a, d for publicatisrtn.e
Ints for ati. to lay out a new road from near
If It di lnt come h re,rn wME ;ir. hairsrs station to the St. Marks rail-.
sgiae it will come during the i, -' road andti also to see about a bridge
tive investigation of the same, Mr. A. M inning, giving the e ond
all huipa it will not he a farce>~i,', *, r.(laired, was granted permission tD
5S SOime last pretended inve' ', .i t rarry a 12-calibre Smith & Wesson re-
were. jler.
Tuesday evening Miss Nell.l, The bond of Mr. H. I.. McElroy,
gave a party to her friends in i amounting to $1,600. to keep in gooti
at her residence on West Cli'. repair for five years the bridge across
Those present were : Meadadm. ,1, the Ocklocknee river, was approved,
Stephens Davls and Clark; Miss, Da- the bridge having been inspected by a
via, Demilly( Cates, Mickler, Jackson, committee of the board consisting of
Mulliga an ad Mc(rilT ; Mesrs. L. Ev- Mesrs. J. A. Anders, W. A. Register
ans, Bell, Bees McCord, Clark. Lester, and W. D. Stoutamire, was accepted
Step s en andCd. Evans by the board.
Refreshing chocolate and cakes tol- An application for a State pension by
lowed by fruits were served, and all had Mrs. Martha A. Scott, widow of the
a very pleasant evening., late Allen Scott, was presented and ap-
~- ~-^-~--proved by the board.
Library 0eiev Meetn A notary public hondof Mrs. Laura B.
The regular annual meeting of the Hopkins for four years was presented
stoekbo srs of the David -Walker and approved.
Library will be held at Library Hall on There being no further business, the
Tuesday, January the 8th, 19)7, at board adjourned until the 8th of Jan-
three o'clock, for election of Board of uary, when the board will organize with



t IarmeBo iM
certain hed a hol ebh the bel-
roo Jms s as, but i9l d'e Here.
boud buss smsed aul reed as
a can Isoughs, Bronelvitif 1A 1
and Arydise T.C.80.-,
~sa~~ ndes. writes: 'I MveMyer
foond-,t puu that woo cure a
eoua quo as Ballard's Horw
hourd r have used it for
7ar." ,all Det glntt. *
to her hMsb&..d, we Lrealet for this
coople I mueh of the loe and estem
of 'ialabkemeans as the outgoing pes-
tar and his wife command.
Mi& Nori, daughter of Dr. Monroe.
of Metcaife, a., ins pending the holi-
days with he r cousin, Miss -adie Car-
Mr. StArur, a young business man
of Cairo, Ga., spent Christmas in
Chaires. His state had lent to us
some especlal charm in which he has
great interest. Where youg s men's
treasures are there are their heart.
Miss Belote, an attractive young
lady of Halura, Ga., is sa eding the
holidays with her aunt, Mrs. Perry
Mr. Homer Brinsin and Harley Boyd
spent a portion of the holidays with
relatives and friends in Vald6sta and
Cecil, Ga.
Mr. Harmon Smith came over from
Quincy and joined Mr. Hunter Wood-
bery on a deer hunt, but disappointed
The Je
of livin. o i lt, lh aws hl akm*ot T Ca



r For Over

Thirty Yeats

Herbine ana you win nave ouinels of |a "sp w wpmwam1.1I
joy. You need not be blue, fretful and
have that bad taste in your mouth. wimee e eommoe!em
Try a bottle of Herbine, a positive
cure for all liver complaints. E. Har-
rell, Austin, Texas writes:
"I have used Herbine for over a
year and find it a fine regulator. I OFFICIAL C .". .. e a sL e
eray dmmend finediene OP'CA CALL : uS St tfS:
or Dyspepsia. All Druggists. tirue ti e penl -an e te Cla ms
their friend by leaving the deer behind. fy1ins thO rMultSwS-iA m
ble in the art of catching other kindof City Democratic Primary Flec psms .m. i
deer (7). tion Called to Be Held Tues. d..r t.. h.b ia-- *Id
Mrs. Sam Smith, who has been visit- tion Calld to Be eldr ths m- true a
ing her husband's relatives for the past day, Jan. 22nd, 1907. a i tSbDoames itswommitte.
ten days, left yesterday for her Quincy Bx. .e. f v M. em.. .e. S.. 2th dayof
home, accompanied by Mr. Harmon city of Taiahaee, M..herebycelland .
Smith. for the holding ofa Democratc1! ma o Itte CbsAns DgItz scuv o e.
Mrs. Top Macon and little son Ar- tobe heldnth eitylofTa -. 1tm. inhe CitydTtlabhas.e.
thur wil not yet return home. Mr. ty. on Tueday, the 22nd day of ar
Macon visited his wife and baby Christ- D. 1907. itrm 8 o.elock a. m. until sundow. or Thefollownl Inpeetors were appointed by the
mas day. the nomination ofr al Democratie endidates for ty o mittee:
,., tv .......r wil .,.._ ,r o(sto be vote (ort bythe Democratic electors .AW. WibL,
Miss Mary Woodbery will return to at thmunicipal election to be held on the 19th L.A. Perkins.
Tallahassee tomorrow to resume her day of February, A. D. 1907., In said city, and Cl rk, l r hcklnt.
school duties, after being the Christ- for member of the City Democratic Executive s ont R tlon O .
mas guest of her parents. where nn ay .hall th hel o n Tu a the and in to keep the registraton books open from
Mis. Alice Patterson returned today 29th la. of Ja:uary. A.D 1 X7 tochoose between January 8th. 190', to January 1oth. 0IN7. lnclu-
from Valdosta, Ga., where she spent i the hldr.i andilate'. wher iomirations %hall ive
C(hristmam. not have.. r. nil by art purity sec n polma Notice of Letting of Coeaty Coavicts.
Rev. and Mrs. Mann spent the day election only .uch t'lvetor a. were qulalliei to' Notice ii hereby given that on Monday. Janu.
again yesterday in the capital city.i vite at the t ir4 r.inary election shall be permnt- ary Nothe in the County CommMon er. Januo
Mr. andMrs. Gramling of entre- Thelernocratic City Executive Committeecall- Wakula County, Florida, wil let, at public out-
....- --ing -aid primary eel.tion hereby declared thee Craworile ourt House door into the hi town
All the World I terms and conditinn on which legal electors of- rbeutbidder. the County convicts of said County.
is a stage, and ballard's Snow Liniment frt,, oi t se t suh t of t wo year com such date. The
t.! il ns %hall bw rei'ailed anti taken am proper contractor will be re uired to enter Into a good
plays a most prominent part. It hats nmberso'fthte Denawrati patty and therefre nd utricient bond. resh mmtlatonerto reooderve
no superior for Rheumatism, stiff entitlefl l.> participate and be candidates beforethe right toreject anybora.llbids..
points cuts, sprains. and all pains. and vote at uch election. oy order other dount Commissioners.
Buy it. try it, and you will alwa use Those, and only those person% shall It permit- J. M. TOWLES, Clerk.
it An odit, hand will alwa rd ted to become candidates before or to vote at or This December 15th, 106. 431at
it. /nyybody who has usedU talurd's participate in the management of any prnmary
Snow liniment is a living proof of what election h lid by the Deniwratic part) in maid cit). DiScharge tltice.
it does. Buy a trial bottle. 25 cents, whoare whit Democratic elet who declareEBY GIVEN THAT SIX
$ thir adherence to the.Principles and organize- monthI aftertho dateBY th first publicto
W cents a*nd $i.t. All Druggists. *t.n of the Democratic party,. national., s moth after the dateof the frst publicat
county and city, who are by the law APof the State ton hereof I will present my final accounts to the
ville, and their daughter, Miss Hallie, of 4leriila and the ordinances of the city of Talla- County Judge of Leon County, Florida, and apply
visited Mrs. Snipes Sunday. Miss Hallie has.e lawful electors of Paid city, who have paid for my share as Admlinistrator of the estateof
left in the afternoon for her home in ', h,;r Poll taxes legally due not in than tn ayC. Davis. decreed. MANNING.
le[t l rro il so l l* ter ame In bfore uich primary election is held, and who A. A. MANNING.
Kichmond. Va. .l all. when thallenirdl iy any elector. pledge in Administrator.
Mr. and Mrs. Rol.-rts, if( Centrcville, ,,I,,nvr 'rwmnoiath ibefure an insicetor to abide by Tallahasee,. Fla., Nuv. 9.1906. 6m
* spent Sunday with rs Snipes. fur th. norin there.,f. Notice of Disselutlet of Pbartership.
Miss Lila Bryan, the accomplished ProitielI. that some person designated by the
music teacher of Chairem, returned from ('ity 1)..n*mrati ExecutiveCommittee shall open Notice is hereby given that the partnership
Tallahu CSundy. rsimtratMan books and keep) the same open for the heretofore existing between H. L. Grenory and H.
Tallahassee Sunday. rowistiation of voters in said city on the it h day D. Durr. Jr.. i this day dissolved. Mr. Durr with-
Rev. Mr. Johntry spent last night of January. 1907. to January 210th. 190r. inclul'e. drawing from the business which will herefter
with Mr E C. Smith, en route to Bris.- ,'n'd ial, registerr in said book. aly white Demo-, be conducted by Mr. Gregory. who will collect all
tolcr c,' terwson applying who in entitled under the of the accounts and money owinf to the ftrn
-e tat i ar.d City Eeuction Laws to be reistered.and and who hereby assumes responsibility for a
Mr. Chester floylton and family have perons no resistered shall for the purpose of %aid will diachare all debts and aeoelte ag&nail
moved back to their old home in South primary election be deemed to be lawfully refis- hertofl;* e*xistingO Drtahl-.
aolina. I etThis 20th day of Decnmber.. D. lS90r-"
Carol ina. Eath elector in said rity qualiifd to vote in Paid t. I.O GRB1OOY,
The new year, with its hopes and as- primary ePeition shall have the right to vote for 3. D. DURIR Ja.
pirations, will soon dawn upon us, and 'one andidate for Mayor, five candidate for the
Wh )onty I.ilone candidate for City Clark one C AvUSK I Migu l.
we hole to profit by our failures in the,' andidatsfor' CitrTaxdAsasoar. ine candidate Wm NE W ,A
old year for City Tax Collector, and five candidates for the: If your blood is m iMpr. thin. dineas i hot
Why City Democratic Executive Committee full of eimoBr. If you ave bltooeed pe e. caeer
SWhy ach person desiring to have his name printed carbebslea. l sa g M sre, ltha s- -ma. -I
should your baby suttffer ? When he is on the Primary Elgtihon Baots as a cmaldkidate s risngs and bump. sesbyb, pismply
fretful and restless, don't experiment for any of the above mentioned ofces. including I bone pain lar kr
IJ nlm exIn memberss of the City Democratic Becutive Com- tai ; Bellevi (LB.
on him and us any old this f your mittee. s le avre with the hairmanat this e .wn-. allure heal. aebs a"ad aap a
neighbor recommends. Buy a bottle of mite "on or befw theith day of Jaisanr. IT. bleod is me pler itea4endi li
White 's CreamI Vermi e, greatlt, hisnVSeofawrir staulueoatMa vto hav.e- A .
known worm medicine and cure for all br the mai lutau Mand aemNmlad by a- day *vea d ta e l. m mi M
children's diseases. It is mild in its I*&ie1st of m0no r *Maql frpfer eP t r s e am- m is dr a te lleal. 4.r
action builds n the system, makes I cmeMation of tbehe oe for wtc heb is a --
thin puny babies fat. Mrs. J. I hll ca rateaO namo nmues a ofair rIt sum i L
Smith. Tampa. la. writes : "My I printedl *uon ay ueharnJl. s this'pwm, TND ANDO1T VMTUB O AM BOr1C.U
baby was thin and sick I could not re- hail have p S-_m i w NDAd O 4 Uot MrwdtJberC
.hall immediately afer tier doIM & ad Jof A, D. I Ma do tMeeCkl ael M d As
tain its food and cried all night. I sod A. D imt. fnrImat toeash Jise A. end Jdiet t Chmek f se Ctda to a" hre
one bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge in a id city. for publatlile a ai t M.. FA 0ty9 l tla. iisJ 9 M inlmia
and in a few da,_s baby was laughing, .whih bt hm1 0km eMd, ste o far geLo iLr
happy and well. All druggists. T voting m primary s a, ela eue s shabe b a~w m same
bapedt t...- llu d ^ th ue aei itha the m m&ihhn
preiloliedoafdthetarm.iusd the rslaw the IS
Such is the logan of 1907. This sald City Cnttoes s and e mais balise i W be eu, aftL44e1
tirit Isty fIed inthl 197 edition of .al"s nniaSp Oe dec yfj.5'in ?d32d2bs Smhd
tke Now York World Almanac the City Causlhthird,.L he o01 "- 'I ..m..f01 d I Is a 1 m.- go".4m
Standard Retereote Book for all Amer.- fm' = ;m f.urth. to nmae r neais in foa r at of
lea. The record of the event of 1906 m A. s ssin lthesa .o il s 9s
'' .-d commercial and r V- TaK w..nsi t yeemumis, m41A=it-
growth for INt Among those who t10. the. ofmb srovp of e o^maati P rtoibeIs MW de04 8
use and endorse The World. Annual En- 'iWnte i neft a 4-i sS mId
yclopedia are editors, authors, bank- ail. t a tlsmoetethhs d erat m-b pImD r
@vs. brookers, anancietu, dictors, teach- ai ne reIa"6 s a t, mls r at ahn oft
ra and students. It is the book for a wtll isinin- a eiene duT i MSS i U*
very onoe geing meral information -i r o 9- vow fl b u of Asi r
about a tusan different topics of cny w alt tora
at me'swA swim le" for 36 osi l. h

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T s iS am ontias world to-UM

mday whos sweet memory Isthe

whn he most memeod it.
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odit comferemee. Dro. Woodward haa
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to Pr borne for at the preeutM-Oata-
odt Bro. Woodward ha
labored i" atsbaly mont us for the
"mt two f iad b ae d his e-am.
sel v to our people. It affords us
pleasure to commend them most highly
to the good people of Perry.-Mayo
Pre Preons.
Mrs. Hardy C. Croom and infant son
left Monday for their home in Taliahas
see. wee compile by Mrs.
Croom10 8otrKi. M- ,y Bem who
will spend the :holday in t city. Mr
who has for the pat *t
beenla AIs rll t 4. C., na
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city bone for the present.-Ocala
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Carrabelle, Fla.

Special Bargains for the Holiday Trade.

Until January 1st, my entu ,

;tock of

Furniture, Rugs, Mattings, Toilet Sets,
Lamps, Pictures, Etc.,.will be offered at
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Special Values in nice Center Tables

and Willow Rockers.
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reservations call on aiy
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No Matter What Your Prwty is Worth or In What TOwa
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Roya d
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and the 1

aia is In the Mr. Walter L. Taylor, of Ocala, is
I Von busint. agi among his Taflhasseefriends for
IS ,fewdyisland made this officepin
-" ". ,,,o came home nt visits. He holds a saplendid posi.
t negs, an-i W JIersty tio as managerof Marion farms, and
is, 06 wfitt a trn ,. he and his family are comfortably and
l to peamty d e all well.

Monday evens %r Joqei Browne
i "pr a.tie. jotel tV e
dorof hir o ft e0a. Aiter
ey they daae i the parlor, and
entertained in other games of a-
ment. All enjoyed themselves
the supper very much.
e had eeeted to have furnished
Ib to the ast minute a nice report
f am ie banquet and Instalation
f er, but owing to sickness of
arseor WIIHiamN whom we had aex
S to furnlsh sme go to press
"t it. It wa a s oa t enjoyable
aNWsion, ,

hb a *I to lease well
Apply to E. C.
L i, r44-1 mo.

of the dly e number with
mre, sA well as with profit to our
Mt, the one on while we became
i d with Dr. K n' New Life
wthe pggaile pwu = that eanre
e aM bili osIenessI and keep the
owels right. as at al druggtlts.
the ladies' Hr Missionary So-

bee the of them cety,
ls much loved by Tallahaaaeeana.
reception was lar -ely attended, and
t enjoyed the occasion very
wM p Oa a the i.rertsa tat Rev.
I rar M*PZ re to leave Tallahas.
where they are so much loved.

eh language taugt at reslderce.
' mtibroved method. Conversa-



Is not necossarily oneof perfect form
idlt urea, a pl lain wman
holllild nevo a sve an lilt's
model poses s thSo rare qualities
that a&I the world admires; neatness,
clear eyes, slean, smooth skin and that
sprightl iea" of step and action that
accompany good health. A physically
weak woman is. never attractive, not
even to herself. Electric Bittern re-
store weak women, give strong nerves,
bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin,
beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at
all druggists; 60c.
The municipal fight in Tallahassee in
February will open up these interesting
performances scheduled for 1907. W
M. Mcntosh, the secretary and trees-
urer of the internal improvement board,
is a candidate fr mayor of the capi-
tal cty .-Pensa la Journal. Yea, "and
a right good Mlr he will make too.
In the Circuit fart .n Mia, 2nd
Circuit Leoo na .m..ey

& of N is;x. I 'a 8i that ; ihu-1o-4 e r
oa .a wook t40eight ronrseUtivo
in Ow. True Ismnocrat, a news ecPUN.
a Ow. ci~tyof TaIIahaMU. and I n =ftcounty
us. Nwntry T, l. M Clerk of maid Court
mea thvrWdf thim 2fth day .f December. A.


Mlip wurT. Frvv.Nra.
6*i 1, at fCircuit (Court

A truero o> 'I- t lt:
HvawtyT. sPLUML.
44-lit Clark .. -- S - -^
earillag lease.
On and after the let of December,
assisted by Mrs. J. W. Brutton. I will
conduct a first-class boarding house at
the residence just north of the Leon
rooe street. Every thin
' I=W a and ti hest wesem
tions at fair rates
a*tf Mass MATT: WHATLIY.

shocked Tuealag wen Itg
came knwn tht one ter ett to*
ular young men, Mr, rley B
attempted suid4. ,M me ai
i the case whiAlcihii fl ll-
I was talking witi the .1J.TWVI
teaaf him a Uttle, w he be M,
walked quietly from thi room, a We
curing a pastol frea Maaother roo
walked down the W Wteps of
father's house ad saet a bail throu
his body.
At the report of the pistol. the fam-
ily rushed out and found their only sme
lying on the FrouW it- iAtol by bis
body. The ball a11 U a the -ktt stoi

Boyd' rT .
1r. 6 1 =l = .' .-, ,nlA--nh
young man, popular with all who knew
him. He is at raaest eingta quietly,
a trained nuras em been eand to
attend him, sa new e charge. The en-
tire community deeply sympathize with
his father and mother.
aeben 6. silae Dead.
Robert G., son of Rev. and Mrs. E.
L. T. Blake, died at his home in Oesls,
on Tuesday, New Year's )ay. at I1 a.
m. This will be sad news to his
friends throughout this section of te
State, who loved him for his many good
trait of character, and for hisopl; i
and sunny disposition. e haLj 1 wy0
lived an active and enef tie. lihep
June of this past year, when he was
stricken with plralfie which eomekd
him to )h/aLed and nome fo nearly
threUUl WU f E d Tar-1ai
"a september, and atNe a stay of sew-
al weeks again went to his home. A
t eamberad t s so
while after that he left for Tam-
here he has bea doing active duty
i golanizing the Maccabees at that
plS. He left there and went home
Hot December 20th to spend Christ-
nsa with his family, and while playing
the role of Santa Claus at a church en-
tertainment, on December 22d last, he
was again stricken with paralysis and
became unconscious, in which condition
he remained until his death, ten days
Mr. Blake was 47 years of age and
leaves a wife and two children.
Mrs R. B. Gorman, his sister, left
earlr Tuesday morning for Ocala, and
7as there to attend the funeral. The
rue Democrat with all Tallahaseeans
extend deep sympathy to the aged
m other, sisters, brother and other rela-
A Weaderftl *appelmlg.
Port Byron, N. Y., has witnessed one
of the most remarkable cases of heal-
tig ever recorded. Amos F King, of
trat place, says: "ucklen's Arnica
Salve cured a sore on my leg with
which I had suffered over 80 years. I
am now eighty-five." Guaranteed to
cure all sores, by all druggists; 25c. *
We wisn to call your attention to the
Sof Messar. J. T. Bernard & Son,
1al Estate Agents, appearing in this
e of our paper. They are an old es-
shed firm and need no introduction
public. They have many con-
ions, which extend throughout the
li countryry, and are thereby enabled
$w) ire ap urchasar for almost any
nit property. They have recently
led some new methods, when
aes this assertion doubly possible.
I ll e well for the investing public
ad every issue of our paper, as this
will be offering from time to time
very attractive propositions there-
t will make money for the Inves-

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King Prcm arrives. Monday M 1 r
*cae*d v* 0 dVWe ad military rad ,WdfS6
subjetsl begli tle fan and frolic.

Tuesday the 12th, masking and mrandest piaade
seen. Thousands of dollars have been spent on the fl8Mta
They are beautifully decorated in the most gorgeous colors.

This Mardi Gras will be the best in Pensacola's histo-
ry, and WILL NOT be equaled in any other city.

Don't fail to spend Feb. 11th and 12th at Mardi Gras
in Pensacola. Everything will be cast aside to make you
have thi best time of your life.


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Don't you want to a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-
prv4dl pocket svI to help you to save yvur nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
Innal 4! do or asnaller coinsa. It is of a site convenient to carry in the vest pocket
It always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
in this vicinity.
It ks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
a I bhin Itrty days from receipt of bank. These binks are delivered to you
owo5d to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
of your small change and oeing in a savinli1s hank1
It ias not wise to a money by keeping it in the house,. hBcaue there is danger of loss by
Ohleves and fire, and beale it is not making anyt it 3lut phit e it with us and it is earning some-
thing. We pay 8 per eenlnteret on all deposits of one Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first days of April and Octber.
Relow we give a table showing how saving' will acunimulate in tOve years. computed on a be-
als of X18 working days in thK year, at :i per cent jnterei.t.
Am't Idexpoited. Intiere-tt earneml. Total ari't
l Li' iw .1i. y fu ...... ; .... *,2..................... I .
25a pt .lay for6years.... . .. 27 .... .... 419.10
aI pti day ftr yearv.. . 4!. 3.' 42 ...... 502.92
r.O peCi la y for 5year.s .. ..r .. .... . .... ... 8.20
lKir p fl day for years ..... 3. ]W.. .......111.4 ... .. . ... 1,676.40
1he capital etock 4 the savinirr ltank in L *i,.'NI(Q with individual deptaftsa sam tin to
M.atl.l .t
Iour tolintsv wit wil I # held .tir.tly confidential.
S 4 all and gt nCe ofe1ne little harkta while the supply lasts.

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Mrs. Moore and children, Sc- Mr. W. H. Lawrence, of Carrabelle, The Jackionvill Rev. and Msn. W. M. tre left I
corm her sister returned home has been spending this week at Tallas- Now comesdthe Tallahassee for Tampa Wedneday, and
Thu m High rings. where hassee, an ma pleaan sits. key are din in they carry with the love of our
bother attend the funeral of her Hon. Cheeve hine, of sacola, I sumption." hat whole people. Mr. e has done ex
has been visitinhis parentsbrothers I thousand of them die and cellent work in this city in church and:
Mfor Carn, of Centreville, and hosts of Tllahassee friends this tion of them in Florida e parsonage building. as well as in his
who foray .sMedlpastorate. contributing largely himself
the Ocala 4 to it, as well as securing assistance
position as t her in bibodax llthewinter Tallahassee froad will in to from our people.
siana, and le on Monday last for that Va., is in aassee or Tallahassee from Cn and Mrs J. L Morgan has returned to
place. Greanhod w er day oen ua i. s a ikery and (leliv- "Panacea Springs and has assumed the
Mr. Frank Carter, formerly of thi .. . rd a ed in Tal- se aa imbe ea m en for Mr. J. C.
city was in Tallahassee fat day. l_ . i. l T--"Ja-'I fr.nd Tricef thrlnee. an many friends of
week, the guest of Mrs. I. bav f .o.e, t ^" t ill tell them about his both krs. Morgan and Mr. Trice will
Mrt Carter ga connected with the firm t uestofMrs.nbustie in this newspaper be plead at this. as Mrs. MorganI
of Liddon & Co., in Marianna I. how for the winter, from time to time. thoroughly understands the business
Mr. F. E. and -Mi, see Cramer There will be a meeting of the Mac- Mrs. L. D. Price, who has been at the and always works bard to please and
left Tuesday fo etaon It wa re- cabee Lodge at Woodman tall tonight. Kings Daughters Emergen7 Silver~enertain her guests. The tram will
gretfullythatTy ia tsaels saw them A full attendance as desired, and some Cross Hospital for the past two weeks meet the trains daily hereafter, and
depart a in June, w n ool or new nmemoers will be taken into the suffering with a broken ankle, is im- guests and patrons will experience no
thb A. Le dge roving slowly under the care of Dr. I dlifculty in going to and from Panacea.
of i .. i';s r. Willie Munro Mclntoth, d the Moor. M Prieis tendedibyher A London duamteh of the Slat says:
Prof. H. E. Bierly. of Grant Univer- for e smnt the riC ia season with da hte Mr.. J E AgeA of Birming. h.a.m, iy te j ai
sity, 06anoo:l Temn wa t .the Haan- Aerican -i-- C eaa ham, Ala. ; ritorial Asoliato Intends to advise
city sevoal days this week shaking Ta .am ae kindred.-Tampa Tribune, Mr. Wm. Childs, who' has been su. Russian Jews htendiag to co to this
hand wit his hots of friends. Mr. paeuay s rintendent of the Methodist Sunday country of the advamSg of Gave.ton
Bierly says he hasn't gotten any larger Miss Mamie Andrews. who has been School for the at year, resigned on as a port of entry pverew York and
but hlauch better mookinw, will spending the holidays with the Misses last Sunday au0 Hon. Wm. N h. heat that an infornmati bureau .wi be
visited ~ i eat eeeat bui*e return Landrum left fer her home in Talla- wa elected to fillthe place. Mr Sheato maintained at Galveston for the pur-
ing. hassee Monday night. DeFunlak Was superintendent o the school when pose of directing immigrants to points
We have so many inquiries over th.. Breeze 3d. he was in Tallahas4ee before, and he where work may best be secured and
ah n ot her asq her Mr... M. Ca has the credit of r4aining it to a very the nature of the same. He says there
one otherwise as to whether Mr. Mise Clem tHampton has returned high standard Mr. Child gives it back is no intention of establishing a colony
is in the onotce that we here from St. Auutine, en route to to him In excellent condition. in Texas." Our Jewish etlUisaship are
Socsson to noti l that he Tallahassee, and will be at the Aragon among our best business men, and there
has saepted a position, with abusines for I d having stayed over Your break be enjoyed when Is room for this kind of immigrants all
rtm a*t rao, and lli idI l TallinweM this yuu serve some roked Haliibut. Just over the South. Leon county needs
Si .. .. lmes-Ue Id. try ours. T. yrd & Co. 41 many of them.

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s' Skirts.

plete assortment in the

Ready-Made Garments, embracing

mas, Serges,

Taffetas and


A range of Styles

p but please every lady.

La t on-
stantly in touch with Foreign
and Domestic Models, and are
therefore in a position to offer
our trade the Best-what we
know will please.


Coat Suit.

A select line of very pretty anil N .-v Styles, in."
Gray Plaid and Wool (oods, S ).-L, no!bIy Coats

Sty4eR: C S ii 1.'ith full

sweep Skirts.

All the. Iatethst a I

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Moderate P I ..

Don't Worry About Being Pleased.

Our past dealings assure our patrons of the very Best to be had -both in Quality,
Quantity and Price.


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to the, th
enjoyed the oessio ,
The he was beetl decorated,
ferns and holly being prdminp ut
Refreshmnnts were t *
Leag Live 3
is theiewuileAria !
the present day is "Long live Dr.
Kin 's New Discovery, King of Throat
and Luan Bemedles!'qf w M ,w
Julia Ryder Paine. Tr im
"It never fails to g e
lief and to quickly outre a
cold." Mrs. Paine'a o al
by a majority of tbe bstanta
thl country. New _Ieoeg ar
weak lung and sore throetl
other remedle have failed* fe
couchs and col4s it's the ei e.
Guaranteed by all druOVLeu.
$1. Trial botti free.
Mrs. Strewamt 3edev
Wednesd .y afteroo, a, fear to
six, Mrs. N. B. Browa~4 meie I
honor of her guest, Mrs. Dapraey of
The house was elegantly
with hollies. evergreen amd
making the scenic efeet most eti .
fol. Delirtul refreshments


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lsi ymON M oul fN4 ksiOm
SUre and foW l of for sixteme
leaf%, and said be on not see any
Iai?^ .s o ~ reamo why a similar pla cannot be
' -.b/,4,n ^Kf. ado!_ ha other sampa with eqWrual
Thea etion of digest 5 5 t lt. TlWp. ki
tions is controlled by th Ge ra for toe shownby
n-erves-. afl to t 1Y hm In the welfare lof An ad ffor
netrv led ig to tthe the litbl s ggesti he ama Fo.
stac. When they are towieg the ie of suggestion. it was
determined to endeavor to enlist the
Stomaem d- atrt hof the stand to make
of its energy. It the o pr lar he est, most
11 s or* 1 to doi sth-i- *-nd at satiatory In
0 Apowe O i th history of the camp.
WOL I. e you want per. Uo motion a committee of three,
yu s.c ..., onsist of Comrades T. H. Randolph,
numaunt relie, you mustme O enhow and J. D. Cay wa
resa this energy. Dr. wanted to invite the coperaton of
,ria_ p S L__ ___ __ U"e Dauitmoaof thre Weal ehaptor to
Mi Nerviue restores take in the Ail meting, a&d WIn
nervous energy, and gives sonJution wwith =o to amuse a
the orloAs power to per- tod a m ..M-ry forths..ue.
ftm functions. -" Of ta lint
Sofs. The Legiselature il be in seion at
S.tha time, and among Its members are
S-n a number of V efni md Sons of Vet-
s- s8 'i msriJ- HM, who will be Itedto attend and
Swh WIN add geay to the U p1
a d interest of Ui gathrif0. The
fameOf the -W thin-

_,, .~!..r p.rdfl, de Alln Seott else the last
meetag, answered his last roll eat on
Sarth, nsd the emommitte on resolutions
was at l bruto prepare a old warte
S rr twolomtsO, tO be msbmitt d to the
S oThe.r T etb n further businm be-a
WI Cs,. tlad etion, re Allin *othe dinn ro ot
3i BI tn Answer" his last fen ala on

where t l d t to the uttwmmttonermost a
deNr htf ult ha d co prepared oby the
Mises Blake and Mrs. C. B. Gwyan.
slibe seUMag tof The"w I. On motion the thanks of the veterans
Iwe cump Se "oft C. V. woee esteaded to the ladies and to our
o.-. ..... .. . . nht, Gov. W. D. DBoxham, for thea
TALLAIIA.A pLA.. Jan. ,10907. pleaMt meeting and for the delightful J
D. a eoe 0 No. 161 entertainment. My amusing oom
U. .n M adJoured meatoswerfeaadam onr'i---we-am
Se.eof oad betwe O b ful table of
his in dy and t"alIek of even the table
wle tye, ang W e. One comrade ruminantly
he wa indeed a most wondered what would have beonthe
m e ffat. result had the raed, starved veter-
heor of elev (the time Asxed sam o 1M wa p some morning
ha lr M to n n asead before them. He
Sa mptly got e anwr from one of
tehe ddetedii''* quiet mombenr: "They'd have eat
a Ia eO d following com up the whole thine, table and al."
rades asa to their names: As the veterans rose from the table
T. aR. Ma, Comrade Costa proposed three cheers
TnR.CJorfor Governor Bdoxhem. andthey camn
t J..Cpdadwith a will that proved how near he PA
S teat a ; was. to these arsof all present. A
WThecam was then dismissed to meet
SP w s"B" Apn&l 8 at the time and place to behn
V. v.LuT CotlM A announced by the committee of ar-
f L J. a V. owl L. D rangements T.H.RAnoLru

J. D. CAY, Adjutant.
Sn itantidjutant
SV'h. Mr. Thomas J. Ar3lofrl editor of
S1i at. I% the Lake City Index, says that he
o r msting would have received the nomination for
a -sarget at arms In the bowee at Wash-
SlUT Ihad it not been for John Shar
D to hoa Wliam1' Intense dislike for anytIdn
that come from Flrids. Mr. W1 -
*g "lie.' dislike for Florida is brought a
t boat beeauem of his dislike for Conre-
maOffea Lamar. If the things sadofJohn
"IMPOf a- S harp. Williams are true he must cer-
taintly be a narrow minded man and Is a
very Improper peaon to be the repre-
senative oS a great national party.-

to ommi ;tn the work, dnerd

SMW to General C. Irvin
WF :(.l C to, 8. C. The Com .
SltNta peial *a i attention to

adopted by thee Floida
^M Its lst Encampmnt, held
to Ptord .Sold

tho e other o r
iesta tof Ar-
S2 State for the VOL
msa ell l ad s"It mad4 "U B<
aldWith a nd ss omeu tebloenes anad
to men who lo at power; the bloodis thl aaad FO
j (gIMar AMitagan W ".
~ le o VM repairs worm tisee sad
as.& t hooka the matrsi declie. It tesa B
mIpt th dI o s raas agd" meal.
m mgee. nu. M k risk, reda blood, and
OW.. N I Go iw the body.

me o I s o a s a -
^hiB ^B^kj-th hat t-*twl orn t~i*RA

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Which are You Paying For?
The Big Load or the Little Load.
If you have an ordinary heater you are buying the big load of soft coal
where the small load would be sufficient fuel to produce the ame
amount of heat in the
The celebrated Hot Blast Down-Draft in the Wilson produces perfect
combustion and the burnable fumes which escape in other heaters are
consumed in the Wilson, &o that every shovelful of coal in
the Wilson Heater will produce 4o per cent more heat than
the same amount of coal in other heaters.
SNo one likes to waste money-why throw away 4o per
cent on every dollar you spend for fuel



Also the largest line of 10l to 25c NOVELTIES ever offered.
Souvenir Glassware is something handsome. Give us a call and see what

Our stock of Fine
we have to offer.


D.o errell,


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

N portion of the public
stroefade is solleoed
nd satisfaeUtok ,darans

economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, It will pay you to e-
me before pw'haslnc.
I am Goneral Amt for
the sale of the economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very,
BEST and
Can be h:lt for Isw than
15 cent "od.
i111ia Roberts,
tf Centr Florkida.

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$7.50 F. 0. B. Depot

$8.0 delivered In city



Confectioner & Crooer

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Under New Management.

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2'g aUeneral Builders and Contractors.'
Irw--, .CIO~ f U Repair Work and Painting

S oi,,a M Buildings a Specialty.
Slc. z. r.M. Contracts for work in the country

ft my s ef f soicfidt and satisfaction In all lines
m ieambemey of the *ofice
u cMo el* bard .. to guaranteed.

ef-fieg J. T. BERNARD & SON,
has empable and trustworthy, to .
putan inxpwad man from whom Established 1885.
no betoer ervie could be expected, to
nff VUas% I do, I hereby announce

thisaim. nmor, tE the W WANT OU TO

fact that I gave more tim to the .
duties of the office than they could.
SEach year, without exception when I LIST YOUR PROP-
havecloed my books and made my YOUR vuWI
fnal settlement the City Council then
A._ A U. h W1 n ma N-%PmaM YaLILY a vi W W T-- a

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been compelled to resign my position
u agent of the Southern Exress Co- Office in Marine Bank Building,
nan. This will enable me, if elected,
o ote~ mat tallaorewqf my time
to the duties of the office in the future, 103 Monroe St. Tallahassee. Florida.
and if possible to render better service.
I promise, if eleted not to turn the
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Any assistance that my friends may
see fit to render me will be highly ap- AN ORDINANCE
preciated. W. D. W1a1sON. BUT
In the Circuit Court of lorlds, 2nd AN ORMN NANCm pa Wig fatr making blild-
ll ng.afe and secure, and prescribing a penalty A
Circuit forL (Qmitty.. l. h 1o1 .
eCircuit for ty. CiA* 'satinite nel of the e ty of
Salite Randolp M vain mn. i in Leeouaty, i
dolph. Defendant ort eDI 1.. The wnoer.a er p ron having
It having been a flidgit p Inet In or cotrilg e y bildina. tinlg
of the solicitor ofi t theMi- tructur q g attached to or
dence of the defe Branm h nWV in with a ~l other ras tture.
Florida. but is in ville, this wh shall be umnI, ea. e to endarirer it by
United States there no e of c fndi tiW evtereladed floar t d(.
State of Florida o a9 e co nstructl oth esu.'res, shall
who would bi t he i llrefeli raom si n Maeausetharan m
said Uendant I mafe es f ecuIaOertak down within
It it therefore ;nat sa afte ofr clalot m notices Pro-
be sad appeW- i of l imtMlor teensionsefthe
ruaryl 907. oibs e hbe may doam r geonable.
a weeI for 'ar cosecutive weels t the r-ue If or oaher person. having an
Talw"aSIS o H a I. a. Mct nnsetedr
Witness. Henry T. Flkel, of said Court wl a beu a or other structure. shall fail or
and the seal therewf this 26th day of December, A. Ao dlt to aue ssime to be made safe and secure.
D. 1906. or tke down within thirty days after the recent
[sHAL) Hsway T. PFLKSL. of said Ufes. or within the extension or ext n-
Clerk Circuit Court. opof ttimh eated by the Mayor. the Chief of
A true ropy-Attest: H&NUIn ofBthe MaR my C. W I LLI MSl
Af Cler ult Ciourt, **e me. au th Pai .tructure x GENERAL AGENT,
SHERIFF'S So apowneror other peaty
B viRTUE OFr A WRIT .I' ct Ny int any of the ,ime. * FORIDA.
issued out of the Circuitt 4 second i M be fined p ot more a y .
cial circuit of Florida. in an if",' coun A 5 doteri tmpr not
certain cause therein penuins in the tha d ay.efi h evn d0y that oech Don't Have Your
lahasmse Iron Works, a corp. he laws or faikd to cause said s uc-
'-* of ri'rida. is plintiff and Is aT
fenant. I will exp to st afosr to-l0"tdosblic Iar 4toCf a Inm Cart Work BOTCI D I
vo odooonS Monday.,the sown ,ry, eipto ted noti or ofOwextension or *xen-
A. D. at e " of ,tie granted by Mayor. At the Mil l.
dee In theeityof Tallahasee. 1. .4y. Flor. Passed the City Councilon Ueenbr 27. INM.
t. sxty-.ihe of $100.00 meh. 01 thecapl- W. McIc JAM.. T

ewd by the said I. AA. Jon levied App Doo mber C. O
as e iMprMsprty of maid Elibs A. fen. dnt: Mr
dte ertlste for said shares stock recitins .
; tha it Is w e *Mb leet to tl trietions. .- "
nations and brylw aw a es a nd 41o th
lie ei^ ia t e0 1s I b u ild t m u n d e r a
a1..1.60."0vf.a -. M ,.. -k. Guarante,havebuilt
> -MM. *mwur.~erer- o r. m. hundreds aw-md M
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art ma mmc

qm t

Tre DsmuasL a alt yfor of any water d m.oa more evyv day.
within mweriits uNesameted with such ersfm. I
be It ordaimnd by the City Council of the city of For prices write
ralinhaasse. i LnnI ce=sty. Florida.

street o the west and Calhoun street PO. 0 4
sall wtin lastay day from hO date T
pewirth adii b* cet Tallahasses *I
athe eeu sata of ad y. all *
--Us" too *me&I to nserdance with the --
at E a V eo tihe laws and Ornh.
Sof ,l adopted June 14, IM
2. Any Ve-m Ias any water eoeet p 6
sh ll be asepaseated with mid ewa Ke
within mid limits. after the eptr eiteso t' -
ela n t b eaBu d M t 2 0 -rin e
hll m te Co*CofneSil1 as e sh a m-Sn
t.-M .. .irVtdars. YOUR HEAD

w. u. m omi as. s well as your body, shoud
Podwl t City Comm '
2 A. a.LWtUa..,City Clrkt. be kept Clan.
A s D acmiber X7 111.
,--Oa keGuam&MW,. PHONE 273
thytttw"t a .m. Ma AND HAVE IT DONE!
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is what goes straight to I
every man at breakfast tim
one knows that only good |
good coffee. We take sp
our brands, as twhey av
store famous. Just as o
fee we eell are taAs, w
holds good throuqhmt our
We sell nothing but the I
products-those we have
selves, and so can stand by

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Our Stock of Rugs was nearly all sold during the holiday rush. We have decided
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