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:
March 1, 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
30.451667 x -84.268533


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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pothans tir o -r ile hulenow ot in to have been omade b y prio f var hree m e oi
yandnareinforles s altso atng several localities
' east ha evidently al andoned all tion of the validity of the drainageht t hPPit*
bo of the democratic nominatin for act. There aare quite a number of n ec. would have a
pl"ent.Else he wouldn't give his e court he r e dri h not prepared t e his "o pnente"
Bo politan gazine a fre rein in to say that a private individual could th ink m aofc as ly! T e
trouble oi the fact that theo
publishing pern- slander coni a dem. have secured o al help in cases where governor I within himself
or h at hel.tie l,,wn here we don't lick sily a mail n or more dollars are much of un ty straightout : .
.. .. .. involved for a periodof tweo or three ia u nde r.
she hand that mite us LiveOakyear for less than $b20 ,i We polltk pu er. A
DganlI-rat, venture the prelicaor toat the attor- We >to hearliio a av w
iolvtor Taliaierro alwayii, on the nese on the otihr side adt thequ same of tibe ration ora e
Islt 0 do ol he (-n for his people and IUito have -esen paid more than $a25,0 mqueal it of J. m- f i
*go ...... e ainedfor their service during the same Mat W f the Fi
e, selpedrnn aviIng retalIne od, s.dsi aluuCI rpossitVly le
i g r fit, i ,uthe river and. The ournal reiterates that if the for ioliey diet t
i apprpriatiS, $371,.5h for the torneya-general needs legal help in the sr I l ltUl
rivere, opposite Jacksonville, proper, performance of his duties, he i n to criticism
h ..hel.. m..i.thSt. should bie given this assistance, and allow Govt and others of his
t p s othe aoitance he needs, but it should ilk- as pure and incor-
river arnl ve, hp all ln given to him only on hs request, ruptible the principle as theo rn b hot
SI tand when done so, the services of these great. deon upright life- alSt. .f t lahasl r

s'venteth birthlay, al in th* sr v itsohre can e no isutngu You invite it could easily be W r orml*m. i i
i tsat "m n n ro rd u. Journal on the question a to whether records, a lot from rsome of np u h trna tuht
etwhi .. uonityt in which it or not as fair a deal was mad s with the ndour scraii t what's the- tere r a e
Lm'. ... K'."'." *^ '; foral counsel of the board of true- Tu D
and prl6pers. Thpoopll of of t1hf fund as could have been now,f uTrue Demet a d o d, adi
a u tfattye pyn i in mad with him or any other good law put ite the appoint- .rasbem
Inits Or in a private matter. The Record er t tad one of Tal- John Collins, of the Tallahasse rue roads building, hoo,
It Is not prepared to say that a hisee y m d best n tt Dem rat, appears to have won some-. fcial purpose. e a
othela r o rltoa kdivtedl could have secureW thi a victory. For months cnion that it wi cot

e n the al thr lha om e", West Florida he been Jroding the Interenaltoo r o toen that i ll e
S'lo 't hereIs w The Journal dis. goo d Since he has ont Board to publish an1, ice a, m*gidoinn thin .kgadt ar
lan Voi-de- gross with tth~~dr. There is o gen ts l t, so may it ` i* tement of their receipts andex. d ing hink the.wotM
qusti.tin our p twenty tou ofures, and a few weeks ago ,hha, ofa rd, who are stildk.n w
served ongratulat ren the Mt gproin tawyors ina the Tallahase eted witht eble ta meant w published. Amone TE ishy he lel em
the pres. The hate uld have been re iny to theirs. It was tame with wmtk items. of disbursement appear a thek ti onheit
Itselfdins trustees for the at of money ceo and o r a dried" towns. ,742.64 paid to various lawyers for

W^t rgmn tif th, 0terailrads pa i hdhi and .skid d tr is i,-t. T haot On |sndspechas lervien ren ;tIhthbelenmt.-a v
atryseas the two yeaT hoher lawyers, o his, b gck them upsant rem an e of these dul.e-b tha r ll bas c ty oumin g on soon,
having an edILoWrage on the other e thene cases, are tiger, the disreputable and tile ,timate ,is Journal and others heretofore SOm f the otlemen mnA IbeWmen
S onions, no getting, has t to do with the ny of the saloon, will disappomei 1l to the administration, are ex- the been work1g
6 aase te usebe i the rail r -onticello News. ci i Tla s, ortatinr the internal Impnrovement" i tu...,
toeg aesllas to fo pay twenty thou defd, and er e he wt w thi ard for l i kle.nemd ot extravan c f r h nher ujoba.
many no y u nlcl ouars C i nu freton why the state oesr ands e a very greatly w nile he ein payng sguch Ila ee attorneys t .e oi ll-
lra h o a y this mount. According to if they do not quit their devilish work .-Punt Gord H .
rItt" afrgutnat, Tieefhr thikevtt railroads paid and skiddo, there is goinw to be That there has been reckless extra v-t ce. .. nw. a
attorney s one hundred thousand something doing. They must remem- agance of these double-barrelledpboards fersordcounty p4 e d in trhe 0 ad-
t lo to tht is n tIlars to these uli the trteuprionothag us- ber the governor resides in Talnlahassee, in the above itemsxmentioned, alndalong splendily illustrated trade dths a

main trouble bo that nations^ ^ aits@houl ii In Z Iboniastnamntoe*hicon ewspterIthereby.
Se th a Te e amount for lawyers to defend and we are sur he will not allow things other lines, we do not believe many cit- ,s ne stper. It is s cn
p-, of akinduheimassewof"h no t ht wap d f pcmn ng citizen as he thathelpsa11e
ro udmoet dune tohmcl ~ n u to go that way much longer. Governor a es of e1 torida can now doubt, and we sprain utn he tmaket apg. eto l
,nd not your Uncle Johanni* Continuing further, the Recorder Broward stands squarely with the hope when the legislature meetItwillup a county and make it
he holdt t the posi ion toe tay e Journal thinks every matter of temperance people, and we know he look strongly and deeply into the iad .... -
r .i, r n r l ture should t least alhe under has been lookingin to the matter of detail expenses of dredges which, o new and attractive ad-
thlin now-a-ay, i the su pe.rvision o the attorney general violation of prohibition law in this earry with it expenditure along many wee. ea
lmawinuM leista national i o should be aoe in hsname. county, and intends to have some rem line-pay rolls, account of building, be P..ted therebythe Tlah ee

gilirves S faredad fthe r custwe o l J wo-lit s sum...........e..s. _e- the I -t of Ct the Tahs
s msconme, dane. to the musi do under the supervision of the ete chage in Hon. J V. Cay's splen. fol, repairs, et, and we put it thusly, iee creamon the ot again He
powerful corpor aon leHna, and hit his name did advertisment In another column ;gio, not' gging graft in.tlk but asjwas .irstttll ,"110SaWo OorsePat-
I tht e b ao -keepers p ofi an - -e -f t ,, andi eJtnranlon hemeforaanythinl you need re k s lesexpdirT of ethat ditrrsoashisooldkande

e omeabl neill S o u tie ryatotea in ey no alh th e consent of the lw commission.h
Its tam,,o, a,,n w,- at*orney -eMnel'sam Te editor of the i or should know
Ci the b prokheper. prohiit ,nd isn,"deadhiWngnien ,ist'-to"rnly ge'-ag- s eYU law restinlthe o haaivej N
it, certainly the newspapers oral of t e t.I andp opelddo of m carammAel-5 .aet
careful as to how much of it Itth I Mated that the attor- aion, and we are to question
ft and end into theiromes of ne ad ta-on either I, bh statement as haT the law is,
family fr. This tWspap eror. reoI ofth tutes eloy tr ath
.none of it from very the general s met acknowledys ha e atitorney-general to It, with the con-
a, it Is. one of our rule to ing reeeivedl lsistanee from the attor- sent of the co-
1 of that kind of matter from neyhgebi t It has bee er im The other poia In this last
I cra .. pyal fltt the work oa the attorney- p to the that te attoN0

A. Newt., of Oala, president gohis~ dv n-gema ofO RisO UNnoU
t State n Board of Trade, ftrhm elot mam- to teNAfp thfruese sofV Ptheo

committee on resolution appointed at t ove thes entatioo tor e
ie recent meeting held In that city, t henit Iestatedtatthe. .orSeim...ean.

,-, c a rf the false reports that have have beeh otl aist- h. leets t* o Qus

age endlitiona In Florida. The resolu- specially retained Io.nsel, corde will waheneert" wh Iv t it ou e writes
01 of the board are bing sent to T Record concludes its argument thinks the rail is "On- I bonadp s1y
evey board of trade and commercial an folows: der "re, but the v has So late. n It
tism in Florida, Geo la and The Jrnal furthrstates that asthe tiou of bringing t .mpmillreademma- .w .e'- hon**
-m. Cols have air been matter now stands the attorney I m o, or its rules, ito this etrovery, rM ," "
to"he Torida delegation in the has nothing whatever to do wUt t he railroad commission has nowarmer
I songrea" a e employment of thee lawyers, that if advocate in this state tha the Journal. Deight of 0 idren.
-...... he needs assistance In a matter con- There is no use in trying to dste the

Duregthe past two years Hon. W nected with the railroad commission. issue. The Journal believes thit the %POiOPING
W. Jai h beew n -paid 8100I0of that body and not theattorney-gemal, board of trustees has doeBRONCHI-
an-vi-es vdred the Hoa of l'~,~rn employs the lawyer or lawyers. Now, paying out such lavish sums for S A as -
lmSW1am .Little wner tWhai t he this argument of the Journal souwrv counsel, and that iis to l. ,I
pole as a .,,itih v e mal the o qly trouble about it dal in paying one m"a hus/mad1
-el .. o that it .n ot true. T act I dollar a year for his sW ea- sas coun- 1 A. IL I
Si atorny-generl i a me r of th 1. se for the board --a au twice that of
Btr saqry tha n he rer., > el while I andhasl aub has as much tW do the attorney-geneal of thaate,
r, for be It remembered Iwith employment tof eunsel as y to that of the chief executive, and11 T
t governor was the first to other member of that board. It la a lawyer only givira portion hisW int 1
a benefit from the exective's sal -r that the railroad commission c to the attention r theoar. .
bei-g Increased to 0... A 1 not emplo W eial counsel without t not eva roeldinat the aeat of govern-m. P NtI ~sa d St t. I
f m relaaed. to f Anoter G OmH= e tto Wen'-genral. t meat. If the Hisodeo r thaka this i
LuasMy looking thing enected with it It be true O thet emla m right the Journal will have to ST. LOU M
aN, is just why theeo other attorneys, of.pell counsel by the railroadco and we believe that if t the ,
.t many people think were better mito m l done "by and with" the con Meral were given a chance to S I
sent of the attonmneM ral, but th t= opinion n the matter they weo
H'boer shouMl have been put aside to attwr iey-eneal iay have the righ d so quickly, 'and in no uneertain
g~ive William Sherman Jennings the job to name Uthis cou l bandd itA"t' terms. SOLD ANDo s M M In tavW hAONMeLsS.. 1

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as the houses anbaillst
forest of men who will Mi
it will be ready to amet of
the public.,
Slev. Mr. Sanders, who served trn
Methodist Church for this circuit so
faithfully for the two months, eft.
Monday for La via
l Braidentown, for this.
brother. Mr.
with him the ruly of hi
entire chargedperfect
meets the reast
Slart (who called ) who
writing what kiad nekier -l
Sb aid, "We wnt Of ty,
education, e,
who know how to '1 h
SWe are glad to ha r
ministry of s ich a was in-
trumental mw church,
n,, : a not only numen spiritu-
ally. His usefu i lrIne d
a t ousand fold in ry field.
Miss Sad le on a several
Alum week vsit o Mrs. E. L.
Burdine, at
nl food cause Mr. Elton Pat sad sister, Miss
tor isode -it f Clifford, spent U in Tallahassee.
stomach disorders--Its con- Mr. D. G. Chat wife accom-
I nied their sis Anna, to Tal-
tinued use means permanent iwhassee last .aM week
inur o e Flth.3 Snwhere Mrs. Cha.i Mrs. C. Cha
injury to health. Fa eh e Pearce.
She Mr. and Mrs. Jo Black Creek,
SFollowing the advice of medical were in Chair.. to meet
their daughter who re-
scientists, England and France have turned that da rom Tallahassee,
where she went several days previous
passed laws prohibiting its use we believe to attend some social event.
Mrs. J. H. Patterson accompanied
in bread making. her husband to Tallahassee last Tues-
day in order to have Mr. Harper take a
qAm rican house wives likeness of her handsome little son.
Mrs. Mary Snipes and Mrs B. (.
shout protect their house- Williams recently spent a day wit
Mrs. Wm. Roberts, of (Centrevilie.
holds against Alum's wrongs- Mrs. McMeekin. a trained nuirse of
4J~ksonville, has been in C'haires for
by always buying pu-e Grape Tso weekks,,,,nit ),ala s.,
Cream "of Tartar Bakipg r.G. W. Pattersori. a str
P eThe ladies of the forme Mission So.
Powder.ciety have been quite husy of late get-
ting the parsona e furniture stred
a Pure Grape Cream of away and the hiling ready for rental;
Tartar Powde is to be had also, in supplying the pastor's r oom
artarPo der is to be had with all things needful. These ladies
fo easkn arer busyalso in raising the deficit upon'
for the asking- the parsonage building of fifty dollars.
by March Ist. When the entire amount
of $2.", or rather this last payment
B has been collected and,, paid, we will
uy-name --feel relieved of a great responsibility
which only the Chairvs people ass.nuv..
But we feel that this is indvvd a very
profitable investment, which cannot liv
The new Methmlist preacher. Rev.,
Mr. Woodward, of Wellorn, will ar-'
rive in Chaires today, having stopped
at Lloyd, Saturday, to fill his appoint-'
ment Sunday, and to attend the busi-
ness meeting of their Epworth League
Church N1wep. lamela ItNews. last evening.
Through the appreciated kindness of
Trinity M. E. Church, South. I. S. February 25.-Thisscribewasgreatlv numerous friend e have been enjoy-
Patterson, Pastor. Services Sunday at cheered tp, on receipt of the True ing 'hog-killing' almost the entire
11 a. m. and 7.00p. m. Junior Ep- Democrat last Saturday, to learn that winter, and we would especially thank
worth League, 3.00 p. m. Senior Ep- the "whiseky petition was so corn- the friend from a distance who sent us
worth League, 4.00 p.. m.All members pletely ad easily klled. Prohibition a large box (ontuining, among other
requested to attend. The public and sentiment" growing.
strangers specially invited to worship In this neighborhood the negro boys which was the most valuable we ever
with us. Sometimes turn out with dogs and guns had, since one of its component parts
Presbyterian Church Rev Wi. H. to hunt rabbits. They frequently catch was a fine garnet ring.
Ziegler, Pastor -Regular Fervice at 11 twenty-five in a day. Nature is beginning to don her full
o'clock a. m. and at 7.3:t ollock lo. in.. The turpentine men have burned off spring attire, which she has never en-
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath school the woods and commenced to chip the tirely laid aside. She is beguiling some
at 9.45 a. m.I. trees for the summer flow of turpen- into a belief however, that all danger
First Baptist Church. --Services : tine. of a freeze is over since gardens show
Sunday. 9:45 a. m., Hible School; 11:00: Rev. W. C Embrvy preached at such advancement. We are eating,
a m.. Church Conference; 1:I3 11. m., Spring Hill yesterday to a sinall con- ripe strawberries from our(garden, but
Junior B. Y. P'. U.; #:30 I. m., Senior ration. don't ask us about the quantity.
B. Y. P. Y. P. M Wednesday, 7:30 Miss Mary Blair was married to Mr. dont ask us about the quantity.
p. m.. Prayer and Praise Service IPittman on yesterday morning at the Heith La the Carnal lZstae..
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev. home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The high wages paid make it a
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector -Services: Alex. Blair, four miles southwest of mighty temptation to our youn arti-
Sumdays and Holy Days, holy commun- Thomasville, Ga. Everybody wishe sarns to join the force of akilledwork-
7 o'clock a. m. Sundays, 11 a. m. them a lon and happy life. men needed to construct the Fanama
7.00 p.m. Frida8s, 8 p.m. St. Mi- Miss1mithson, of Peck vicinity, is Canal. Many are restrained however
S l's (colored). Services: Sundays, visiting Miss Lucy Billings.ley near by the fear of fevers and malaria It
m. Fridays, 4.30 p. m. Sunny LItL i the knowing ones --those who have
riatian Science. Services are held Mrs. W. T. Hannerman visited Mrs. used Electric Bitters- -who go there
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., in the R. F. VanBrunt last Saturday without this fear, well knowing they
iroit room, second story, of the build- Mr. R. W. Whitfeld, of Sunny Hill, are safe from malarious influence with
lag east of thepost office. This room is has erected a new bars, and put up a Electric Bitters on hand. Cures blood
also used as a Chritian Science reading neat, new woven wire fence around the poison too biliousness, weakness and
room, and is open dail except Sundays land belonging to the store and prem- all stomach, liver and kidney troubles.
a m All s l' invited. ~ ~ ....
PhiSadepi- *~~Be ptiatChurch, As *e published Editor Williamson's

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white and
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feeli@ P Mr. Croomn:
In our last week's reference to the
pMpective esadidacy of Mr. J. M.
aeofo;r t0he ee of State Comp0t1-
It, we ii as intention of InUmafsn
tmat Mr. Crmm was in the least obje-
lli nto the editor of this paper.
we have been the very warm-
leWas for the pt twenty
mM and we have not remotEt
.s.fec for another as his ec-
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Eye lasses and S e CIAlTYof thou
Yung" Man! Yung n l qualifying you for pOSitI01'- Of hon
and high resipmnibility. as BOOKKEEPERS, STENOGRAIH'l S, kEtc.
Remember that every day lost in starting cuts off it day's sallaty In the end-
IDecide to enter NOW TODAY Addresu


Eye Glasses and Spectacles,

Am prepared to fit your eyes.
Complete Line of Lens and I rams. Call and see if you can see.

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Undertaker and Funr al Dkrector,


C8s VIM MuITt AauwI S Ou.

bar or ,MidH.


W- ULL LIh f.




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60. H. HOLMES.


Talahoamee, Fla.



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*V F,- J fr,^0 0n ee coi immunity Of the B. Y.
ffl^K L _-,*, ......a-Mx i torher s goodly number of ti merry
b S~Y~ Fr |AWI.l y w pop Tmlhssee for a so-
lB -, .,... I t.......e s ih n of Mrs. Rudy, on
bMOh ef Mt0 10 WV aw. ColeW4 hill. Ameng the manyinnocent
a protrated a en Mnta by which they were enter-
J. Miss Nrsey Whaey, who" was an adetton sale of the so
beag number ~ h el-pared lunch.:p which were
mprlE.^v" of a the 3. -L Boung ladlix promt.
busmense I thm a Un 2 we were gladpto have you, a P
bhchlvy respected MaN ,uu. -. ... .. veng, at 7 0 the
-at in th By t 1CI4alo h will bold i devotioml services
i we a. tiYenit...t.. thel Baptist church, aid all are es-
her ;: att.eRpeclsily invited to these services. "
Swho grieve at her being taken Four dollars will pay for the Jackson-
S..... vile Evening Metropolis until January,
._W. D. Pratorious' undertaking 1 A, The quicker you send In your
n Mh pr.iepar.d th body for name the more you will get for your
end af r remains were shipped money It i not often you can fitI
the ., r. & A. railroad to Craw- such a bargain in a newspaper. Ad- i
fordvile. where she was laid at rest Idress Carter & Ijtusell 'Publishin Co.,
Th pil tbearers to the depot were: Jacksonville, Fla. 44-tf
NMers. L. C Yaser, It. W. Cobb. P.
W. Wilson. C. Z. Fenn. W. A Demilly Subscribe for rhe. Tru lDemocrat.
H. May Walker. ---
His This at Home.

The following simple home-made
ilxtore sa said to readily relieve and
reeoiw e any form of rheumarsi by
,4reing th A kidn to fiter from the
bloodd and Ivatem all the uric acid and
jpeisonou waste matter, relieving at
'pace sh systems as backache, weak
Sneymand bladder and blood diseases.
4 Try it, as it doesn't cot much to
Spake. and Is said to be absolutely harm-
: to the stomach
Cot the following harmless inrredi-
Lt from any godl pharmacy: Fluid
tract Dandelion, one-half ounce;
pound Kargon, one ounce; Corm-
S iNnd Syrup Saraapurilla, three ounces.
jaIx by shaking well in F bottle. and
Wka teaspoonful after each meal und
$f *a fat beltime.
S rhls siralile mixture if yili to give
p Irmpt ieliff. arnd there are very few
L Oases of rhWnmatism and Kidney troub-
les it will fail to cur r pwrman,-ntly.
POW Th.,#- are all harml-ss, every-clay
"Pugs. ud<, your druggimt should keep,
then) in thn preseription department;:
if not, have him order them from the
wholesale drug house for you, rather
thin fail to use this, it you are af-
Stockholders' lmts 9g
Tallahassee, Perry and Sevueastern

OT14 F. I H4,EHBY ,.lV.1 N 4 THIAT TilEl
S,-ronel Annual M wtlniir of t he kb e (' ,C -
s1ny. a r.Jr|poralhln under the laws the State I
if nidla, will Io hhld at the Raney, in the *ity of Tallahamee Fkrieda, anm
Wee .ioay, the piith dlay if Manh. I',W', eI I .
'W the company,
e. 1). KIY .E. errtlae v.
!If-( i , I
The ~p)roaching engagement of f(;gr-
ton's Minstrein ut the opera house
March 6th is looked forward to with
plesre by ll lovers of thi popular
formofamuIsement (ortonn's Minsitrel I
have lon been regarded an one of the
1tandar7-ttractions which may always
be depended upon to more than fulAi l
all promises. and the addition this sea-1
eon of many new and important fea-
tures insures a performance of unusual
leoev. A street parade, unrivalled
lt mgnifient and cost ly wit uipment,
will be given.
M C brliallm's Conl oteiyr aIs bth
Ar-..le sAe affetive.
ChMmberlaos's ough Remedy has no
a for couha,, colds and croup,
td e fat that It Is pleSaao bto taw
nd also notthm in any way inju.
r00 ma ade It a favorite with moth-
W. 8. Pelham, a merchant of
I, Iowa. says : "For more
twenty ears Chamberlain's
s o ha en my leading
fWra- throat troubles It is
Maesseful In case of eroup.
l ike it and my customers who
ha"wed it will not take any other "
For sale by Tallahassee Dru ('Co. *

A comfortable 6-room cottage, with
kitchen and bath rnxm. within five
blocks of Leon Hotel. Rent, $16 per
month pply to
sace. Treee r- e.
Fine, I and 2 year SeeldHn Pecan
Tree,. apply to. or wrte, G. G Ulb(
4.llahas-. lFl.

Help Wanted.
Ten Bright. Intelligent Faml-I
lies tW. Learn to Work in Cotton
Mill. Comfortable home. iood
wage.. healthy surroundinga,
0 Mood sool facilities on grounds.
On iy perpOn of good character!
ne apply. "
Z. M. JnOYD, Supt..
PELHAM. GA. 1-5t.

Wanted, at Once!
Competent and Reliable'
stenographer. One who has
ad some experience in Book.
Keeping preferred. Stead
ition to right party with
anod concern located in Tal-
Young lady pr-
ferd. Apply at once. A .
dress "W, care this office.
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The Best Styles



Long Silk (;loves, and Kid
Gloves, Dainty Collars
and Handkerchiefs.
The Newest Material
in Fancy Work.
in G(;.rmantown.
Saxony and Shetland

Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
Tallahassee, Florida.







i~g....e~u64E~~*e. 6.14 1c

,Iew MrMetWe9W fe the Haeac *Wa .'
SOpposite the


Mrs. M. C. Butler,
Proprietor. *.

Special Rates t Legislators
S. App tion. .
^-m~r 411S1A193 *>*<*

AE*tric Lights and

The City Electric Light Plant is now prepared
to tply an unlimited number of -new cus-
toM-. and as the plant belongs to the citi-
zeo of Tallahassee and must be supported by
the revenue from its business or from taxes
k ed on the property of every taxpayer in
ti t, it is to their interest to patronize the
Light Plant. Rates are reasonable,
aifthe best of service will be given. It is
the purpose of the Managers .

To Put On Day

as moo as sufficient orders can be obtained
from eqsgumers for Electric Motive Power.
Heating. Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
C., IIP LLIS, Superintendent of the Electrie
Lgl']ant, will be plead to furnish any
in f tion desired. Give him your nrdlers
and teport to him any defective service. P.
O. BOX 172. .



City Electric Light Plant.




We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle -
man's profit. Our prices are right. See us and be convinced. 4
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i- -- -It.* 1-.
If your blood i. Impure. thin. din ,I|. hotA0
full of humors If you have biooS 1lo. **a~,
carbuncles. eating sores. crof 1has eM Itek
Ine i. sing* sand bumps. abfY. =pimply an,
bone pains. catarrh. rheumatism or an skia
disese, take Botnic .Blood Balm (IL I
Soon il ore heal aches andpains ap a tI
blood In made pure and rich. Dvu or"4 w g
pre I p1 er large bottle. 8aple rM by witfi
Bload am Co., Atlanta. I. B. B, I L
ially advised for chronic, deep-seatedea
cures af ter all *I fal l. 4 -1l
Notice fer Pablicaklee.
February 4. HOT7.
No.ine i. hereby given that John W. Hamln.of
SN.-wi',rt. FVa ha tiled notice of his intention to
t I e make final cmimutation proof in support of his
claim. viz: H'ometeand ntry No. &i7. made
S4Sitmbr 5. I'). for the St, Section 22.Town-
i "hip 2 S.. Raree 2 E.. andi that said proof Will be
made before Clerk ('rC.uit Court. at Tallahassee.
SFla., ,in Mar.h :0). Itt)7.
He r ainm the folluwini witness.. to prove hin
c',ntinemu- re-,idence upon antd rultivation of said
Iari. viz:
A. M. Ale'.anier. E. K. Whaley. D. Andrewi. J.
II. I.'w 'y, ,f Veretn. F'a.
.. Disc s ar No Resttce..
Discbarge Notice.

Smonth- H. ft .r the 'I'- .,4 the nrst public'a-
*'I"1 here"I, I will ie'm..-t n. final accu.unts to the
1*,i'itv .) I.lU'p ,f I.'on I', 1 mt Ploitida. and up-
*!y f., rr ,i i-chativ. *- olministrautir uf the
tet, .4 K. M -
AN,;IE M. BTHEii..
l'. tia--'. I'-t".. Fr .. A_', i ni. t ni
Fresh Oysters.
I will have fresh oysters every day
upul April 1lt. )rdeJrs from my cus-
tomers will receive prompt attention.
Subscribe to The True Democrat.
In the Circuit Court uf Florida, 2nd
Crvuit Leon County- -In Chancery.
('r.a;y Simmonm,. ('mplainant. v, Julius Sim-
nion.. DLefedanit-Bill for. ivorce.
It havi'rt been mdle to spear by the afftiavit
of t h. iic(';tor for the c.mplainant that the resi-
dence fth defendantt Julis Simmons is un-
knowr.. and that there a ,4i, pifern in the State of
ilorinla the -Cr', ce of i -u~eti.;ena cap|n whom
Should t,,r the Aaid iefenilant. and that the said
dI lefenilani ini .,;I the Bfe, '*f I wenity-one:
SIt is ih-rl'ef,ire urt" ei) that the ,mid defendant.
Julius Snimons,. li and he hereby is ro4ijirted to
appeal ., 'he sai;d bill 'f r.niplaint on MIonday.
the fourth lay if March. ,ii. and that this order
be publi-h,- once a iek t'fr eight consecutive
*,, i, e Ti ne IHri'tmat. a news api'r outb-
,lashed in iit % .f "rt'aI a--.. and in said county
am i Stat,
W itn.-. i,-.i T r. I .l1. 'Clerk ,of maid Court
and the -*ai *.,*r,.f hi- 2';t,.i ay D. lIH.'.
I I :AI HIt- Nay T. FKI.KI,..
't-i k of Circuit Ciom t
A true i ,,i, -Attto-':
S ;-t' Clei k of Circuit Court.
Notke of Llqaldtaieo .
Notice in herery riven that stockholders owning
more than twoh-thirds of the stock of the Merean-
tile exchange Bank have voted that the said Mer-
eantile Exchange Bank go inth liquidation and be
coeed. The ,ridltoar of the said Mercantla tx-
change Bank a*r hereby noticed that the aid
I bank is coming ul its affairs and they are reuiredr
to present their aims against the Mercantile Ex.
change Bank i'W"r payment.
B order ifo the Boarn of Directors.
itCo'porte S-a.) W F. COACHMAN.
A tt t :
ARTHmR i'F ,R ay. Secretary. 49-9t

The Store With a Record,

SINCE the appearance of our last advertisement in The True I Democrat. the junior member of our :,'n ,a
been near death's door: so near, in fact. that we have been unable to give our b-siness half the attention
it deserved. Those of our friends whose wants have not been promptly served. we would thank lth~m to
overlook our shortcomings. th same being occasioned for the want of help to carry on and manage the atffTirs of
the store.

UT now. we are pleased
and, s(uuane again.
*for Spri have been
the most complete lines of DI

t, state, he is fast improving,. and we hope to soon have the benefit of his counsel
In the meantime, we wish to assure our friends and customers that all purchases
made. and with the advent of the season we hope to be prepared to offer on#. of
)ry Goods, Dress (Good. Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goodzb in the city.

OUR REPUTATION for selling only Reliable Merchandise. at Reasonable Prices. has been fully established.
and we expect to put forth greater efforts this season. if possiblepthan ever b'erore to give our customers
advantages which the\ will not find elsewhere. Again asking the kind indulgence of our friends. we are.
.vour. \fi'v truly.


3stateepitolt *

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17*'!ILLORE &I DAVIS CO., (Inc.)

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the t the a
SIm Ta.x M TOW ...... i............... 11
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"Alan"e. -s.
oL...asU,anse .. ......... vi N

AM't P m r7b. let. Imn ............ .
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Am't MPid to Feb. lt. 19t......
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Rwmdw ridfrture ........ 41J.M
Am't.Paid to Feb. lst. O7... .....
"'f M r. 2.*41
esefal BSchooxl Ifiatrict No. 1 4.481.0
_fl't Paid to Feb. lit. 19M7..._.

Jtoest H.T.Chuuno
Circuit Court. L Con Countr ]y *e.


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Don't you want to start a bank account? Would'nt you like to have one of these little im-
proved pocket savings banks to help you to save your nickles and dinme? It is so arranged that
you can deposit half a dollar or smaller coins. It is of a size cor.venient to carry in the vet pocket
or a ladleso ad bag. It is always ready to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
wait an account with everybody in this vicinity.
Weo ftnih one of these bank free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an aemunt with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to you
locked and on only be opened by us.
You would b surprised to know how much money you can save in five years by taking care
- of your small change and depositing in a savings bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping it n the housq, because there is danger of loss by
' -.thieves and fre, and besides it is not making thing. B place it with us and it s earning some-
I9't6ig. -We pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dllar and upwards. Interest periods are
lrst days of April and October.
Relow we give a table showing how savings will accumulate in five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 3 per cent interest. 0
Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total am't
lOe per cay for 5 years---.......-----....--$156.60. ....... $11.14...- ------...-. .------..$167.64
20c per cay for 5 years- ....---- ... 3100.. ....... .22.28------....---... ....... 385.28
256c per cay for years ..-- .. .. .. 391.25..--........-----..--... 27.86---.....-.....-----... .... 419.10
30c per cay for 5years..... .- .. .. 460.50...-....... .---. 38.42-----.. ------................. 502.92
50c per cay for 5 years----------........---- 788.50...--.......-------......----.. 56.70.---..........--. -----..- 838.20
100c per day for 6years.----............--------....1,565.00..................111.40................------... 1,676.40
The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$350,321.19 *
Your business with us will be held strictly ential.
Call and get one of these little banks whilo the supply lasts.



G. E. LEWIS, Vit-Presient.


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LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS. T. 'h se.' wishing inscriptions cut on: I expect to have two expert work- In the Circuit Court of Florida. 2nd A N Def .e
rno.mienlits or tombstones, can have! men here Monday, the 1th. who uo all Circuit for Leon tCounty. In Chan- we* *
Mrs. Fre.l. 1'.\Mvers, i e .. .. .., 'tt.inded to hv calling on Mr. C. kind of marble work. If You need to eery. W
Whitel an! F th Elliot. Ir Leon Htel. I have any insoripti cut' n tomb- Alice II. I pinnt. -. Ch Funeral Dlrect
Whitfield and -dith Ellihot. ar 1."Hoel. in er c Rogers. Ilifendawi Ili~ ,tr'.
Lindsay Paipy visited Jackson. -, Mr Earnest visited his father stone, or wish your t put in perfect Ithaving been asi to aipeal. i.h ..he ntfida it
week. arnd mother Monday, and his host of order 'y having tombs cleaned ot stain if the olicltraf the.->mplinst nt that the. rei- d
T.av'r .ln aA, laha't see friends were pleased to and moss. see me at oinee. C. J. denceorftheri.-f<.ilnt.l'harlotW. h ,vi.r-... iAl inti -
ful wT: il, nt a greet him in Tallahassee again. Mr. Clark, Leon Hotel. 1 eI',r itd ut .attn mer, h.un t;,*.t Licensed E palmer.
thut ll l kth ty rd'nan- n..,-" M,-L'n 'i with the large and successful Postage stamps of the- issue of 19117. state,- f ioritimt the rvive.4.i a ,tLiht)nn >,tlitn
enforced he pr, 'oses t' :. Marion farms, and resides at Ocala. iput on sale at the 6,1'i presidential,'h''"a, l,,t'"' "',.. .,,,.,;te '. .. ta"t th" NEXT DOOR TO LIBRARY.
reason wn\v- The Wakulla Breeze informs the I postoffices, will bear on 'their face the it s thereforronalci- that tih aaIn *ifrenmlant
If ,, h Ocaih a Banner and the Times-Union name of the state and city in which charle. w. ,wer bkee.and he as hereh. reoluir| Open Oy 163 '
c If yem .v: r 'chas an ':.. tha" i. they "will look a little more the po ttofflce is situated. The chief ,o l ."oanot 'da,. Ap ,, i l tih 1 T .a t. an3.i
cemetery bs.,col t ., see N i ; c;.rtIfally over the nages of the Breeze, i reason for this innovation is said at that. l i iutthiine publ d once a wk f or foALLAHA
tt e they will see that Wakulla's re resent.- ithe nostoffice de artment to be the ,onecutive we.eka in the ruet. Iit'rri TALLAHASSEE.
Leon before he leave-. a,.ve to the legislature is 'taking no- boi1ef that it will help to do, away with ' in the lt. v *f Ta'llahaass., ti,
Tothe State of IFhorida.
The host< of friends of Hir E* t, .e' of a few needed things before he thWbig postoffice robberies and make witne., henry T. Feltel. Clerk .,f ,4 I Duval are pleaa-d that he is ,o far ,. es to Tallahassee it nuch easier to trace criminals Ex- .,,dthe ".al thereof thi. 1:.ihda.y .i FV-buaij.A ALEX WADDELL
covered as to be (out on the street avi r .. eweetly Sleeping Near the Suwan- change. D. 1i.
and some at Dual Bros. store. nee. i the titleof one of latest and Among the tirst-class special acts ',.ri ',i,',, t, BAKER.
Mr. N P P-oi.oe. of the Jaenecke ,w...t,- t songs of the season, written which comprise the olio of Gorton's A iri"'ue"nilly.
Printing Ink ('o. of Newark. N ;..t ni conposed by the principal of The Minstrels is the comedy and dancing t. ,. i, c..- I, Choice Fresh Bread
was in the cmy Tueiday anti made .:- I,,m Business college, Tallahassee, specialty of Welby, Pearl and Fell.-
pleasant v'-it. Fh, Those interested in pursuing a Jake Welby's negro comedy has long Applration for Discharge a KExecs. and Rolls every day
Mr. and Mrs.. .<. K (aussea.x. of course of night instruction m this ex- been noted for itsoriginality and excel- tri. for sale by the lead-
Wakulla. sp-..nt -everal days ;n the excellent business school, should take lence, and forms a conspicuous part of Nutw. i. hebw ive.., that I wii .,on ith..4t, fr Shale by the lead-
city this week, and.] Mr. C. rr! -(t .3 advantage of the opportunity by mak- this sketch, while C'. C. Pearl contrib-'of September. 117. 7pwevit m> tn.a! a-ui. ainA Grocers
pleasant vI~i. inmr arrangements, at an early date, to utes a marvelous dancing performance. Fet.uirix of the lat will arid te xrt -f.nar oflart'i
Have your mor.unuents rtset on tC',"d enter the night classes. They will appear with Gorton's Min. unty. Fl, orida, at Trilahai.. 'ornt. o i,. T H. RANDOLPH n SON i
foundation leari-d up, and ma.e (our From the Pensaola Journal we take strela at Munro Opera House March ply for a diacharg -.. such m tr,., I H RA D &
cemetery lot l<,ik neat. See J. the following: "The retirement of Mr. 6th. F Iutri oft last iiina>d te. n..,i of Hati. nli
Clark, at Leon Hotel. 1 John G Ward from the business man- From the Bainbridie Tribune of the 1i. nHrtit.,de .-i i-m ,
Mr. William N Sheets, Jr.. r-pre- agement of the Daily News, which he 27th, we take the following which we, Jorton M relwla ar at J. W. OLLINS & CO.
sendingg one of the largest book compa- announced in Sunday's issue, will be re- hope will prove untrue: "We have the M to'se SMnouste, Malrchl t
nies in the country, pent several davy igretted by bis many friends throughout informationunofficial that the Auditor's mmangementp. r m e, rc n ew
with his peopleand Tallaha e fren the sta, as well as n Pensacola. Mr. office of the G F. & A. will be moved ses ine Seed

aout among them a well man aW un served the News as bupplnes here in the nowr future from Tallah-thct nd w to b one wthe fat ad mlt *om- ld lnet C onl
Mr. H W BeD Wihel will has been con man L er for serve years and the see and will be in the Shinler building There wminl big veles und th day that
iu home at D ering lolwho whan pers o e show s the effects, o ohis wise where the gelwro l freight and pabs reag, slatun San te l aiss e et -oI -all. st
tined home a long while with sick ness gia e sishows dthe pner nd w real heofiesc.,talhoo f or T 1I KR SUS Ie
is reported to roving, and hi uses judgmentduring that period ge o fik arei This wIad bring the h.t a nd m
It you have any eye or n etclerica and on Monday mol force of the a rdtem to f ain nd on t u. P 5
hosts of friends hope soon to have him The rul. that troubles and misfort- ceTa ,llsd wd Wiltiv r 3l by Tallahn see >>sai 3CVin romo. La ilnIW

out among the well-known pm iaai. iswho at hme alone, a kerosene lamp ipe id treeo M of different sW e. are perfectly wll i e a stiset-* l fNw V
ity March -5. enforce, now reside n this n atit an thed we to be onettally of the fesderoed het andand hit co week- agosold last y r if any dam
Blxnamr Hl. el-3t cis Horne recently Somedacplotmi the bu e here But shoun for have another ever ttnessed p d
sit us gathering local and personal Wh |harn hwife had children t We feel it would be decidedly i best, awill I cttn sld at 9 en,
pension ureau a Tallah nd. i rane however, which wll come th month, great dm e my t
items for this paper. If your friends Vplaced the underhyesieias, round, were all te officesand the shops fo
visit you, your people visit abroad. (.r ci p y.loarfire, sp loIated in To1ahassee. There are diseases for which bham- rC. E. Bradley.
the office give it to him. e other kind of trees and shrubbery aire It quickly allays the itching and mart-

trdTampa today.e Tampa Torf.t-e andmsnhrubbandeeas wtha ed
It u have any eye or rni- voiln l tuffetc, and on Monday e morning budding r nd blooWAing in the gardens of In and soon effects a lur. Pri-e 2
trouble, do inot fail to e oni at Key.. A early, while oniy he and one child were a T.. and w or tev .l ora ents. For alebyT rug

sext r won ang that city is preparer. omn of pleasant things, but he know- Swhuo Musttie Cu. i in s to loyally ngrtan the well-known pai.. it home a loeurl a h toenhe lamp is nter id trees of different r izel are perfey *
msakis his next professional visit to this to have exploded, his residence fired green, showing that the cold spell some 6.
cify Mrch 4-5. and mi- btte-en at thea and all toally destroyed, he and his weeks a ge di ver h t) e if any dam-
Bioxnam Huti. 51-t 'Child barely e-aap from the build- age here But should w-# have another
CaDt F!. N..!Inthe.,s chief -.t the ini We learn he ha several hundred very cold spell, whwh i feared will
pension bureau at Tallaha' is iP.nd- i,,iArt i iirance, however, which will come this month, great damage may t'
ing # wesc in the vicr, it ,1'r te :Ten- -.h tohe Io expected to theisrur- anU1f flwers. as..
eit of his health and is a iteverythingibudinwn' tinig.
chTaomphas hthla\'. Tand isa t i'itn~. ".! l,:e man who handles the local dte- e n h
Tamps today. Tampa Tirnte-:.. 21-1 tJ.atUnent ,t, a newspaper, learns after' SYRUP WANT3D!
The Florida yt'r.,S Association il d.j- explerience not to expect, ever) &." 1
meet in annual .eisiun at Key W ept expy, cx pressed thanks from a col- 5r40o barrels of F'r,,nia and (eor,,r i
next week. and that city is preparir n .- f pleasant things, but he know- Syrup. Must te put in tL',Si. i 04ou1,.
to loyallyenttertain thene-.-spaleiwr -t1 'as surely as conethtthe winter that "newc 'Yor'esrbarrel w a'htrtn tror ecall
_ hor.y wo- can no, t attend p, r:s.- :.' a. -,ul ,int-' in which there ill an unin- at I.,.vt BRois ,
Mr. _gethr .r#, :t- ,, c al tt'. .. tt,t:;onai. ,tnsreli't-sve tatitm willl mue e
'10 ,,--.-1 Noll And.,4 .- in.. s..id4that Eailsmea---------.....

not f.or)., t in >r. E H. A'-r.- wri,.n he has made pleasant mention
\ ro the .tAL.-:v,, Ar eye an.i nerve: '. times of some person, place or
specialist. .ailpen!:- i jpersn and will ti t inn. out on the thousandth time fails
.h =0. i ..

rerusiassaU,3 rye iiiura
ko i the time' t- .- nd in y*ttiitt
ders ttpr l.Fii tlhz-.ei

P nireo r il- ne xiA i tA L .iire n'j i 4 .1 o Jo, Ie must pt expei" lUt tV Ue r- ( o ,
M..ise.' en, Ham pton's ieceptio' t, g #,' en. The omission may have been C(orn,
the FanJ -t.:e College p;UJtOl Itat fKro a-idental, inadvertenceor even an Sweet Potato-.
week w;u~ a granol ucce,. and a mrrot **.:ri i-ack of knowledge. It matters Watermeluon..,
pleaa.trt een. ; as spent at the "", Tn- simple f.ct remains and he Suaar 'Can. .tril
Leon% by 4..2 w,,* .atc.iade seeanf all Tap.e a neeo int.---: :. ir- See H A. -miiN, Agent.
college g;,r Iu tire departmt4t were called out January 22, 1907 I4-;
ortoi Nl-- a- to ayevening at about 7 o'clock t
Ta.lahrss v. Md-r.-'6th. a wmv,..nya nid ih a few minute had under control Il iis R.
may be cla.'.da M. -he ti..... Jl o .t a d xttmguished a small fireina barn in The. new restaurar, up stairs over
tic and cu pete in every rs ect tre m e rear of the First Baptist Church. Council's store. is noa 'der new man-
management ha ever presented. A &hch had i t gained headway more than agement. and everyth., itof the beat,
nmb ro ,.fr rn r re tie' have probambl would have burned out Uhe and the very best ord.: nnd service is
bern ed anr a ~ h l rie, whole lock, containing beside the guaranteed When t, the city call
bag Sn utodate trfurmnly p e- 'charc- ad Maso.ic building,, sevraI there for meals.
teed Epeelattente hasl .the Johnison boarding house and I Mr: 52-Im rpretors.
n to the sele action of the vocl Robert PhillipM' home. The fire boys. ---
e ial t.s ha lilla ho ever, were prompt and managed mest.
a with tne.comp-ny. their equipment effectively, and again A Ka pa Alpha Fraternity Pin.'r mental muic will be of are tou be congratulate. Tallahase shield isaped, set ro. the border
tei n ental music .lbeu ner ver had a moe *01ltm Ore force with alternate opal. :.ra diamonds
bimhest rd. tn at present, it is mde up of s-me Fiader will receive lis-al reward by
it you news to nave your monumaeasa of our best young m and te raetraing same to
or eibs made lue 4 ew, see O J- Clar LaaAo-i i sthe p* q 3lfla A. AMauismsn,
a etLemge 5. S< bo tie)ae '^ Ut, *' Ac tee *ort ous..

The above is a picture of'the magnificent Reception Room of the
Nerologickal ad Optical Parlors of Or. I. Armstrong,

This establishment is the largest of its kind in
the Soutn, and there "'t probably no better
known or more successful specialist than Dr.
Armstrong. lie makes regular personal visits
to Tallahasme on the first Monaay of each
month. His next visit being .

March 4S.

OWee at The Bleoxah


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F;vrn~yL I. a 1a
And peple i th b in Owe:'tisv

been having eapeV Iffit

To Prohibit Lebbylag at National
Mr Lamar last week introduced the
following bill, which was referred to
the Committee on the Judiciary and or-
dered to be printed:
Be it enacted by the Senate and
Hous.of Representatives of the United
of America in Coingress ansembled,
That all persons employed for a pecu-
salary consideration to act as legislative
counsel or agent in relation to any mat-
terpending or sought to be brought be -
fore (Congrelt shall upon his arrival at
the national capital, register hisr name
1 ., Wsth the Secretary of the Menate and
M lek of the Hloutof lteprer ,ntatirvem,
stating in writing at the time of r'egi,'-
tration what measures then before- the,
National Congress he in irtntere,.t.ed in as
legislative counsel or agu'eil uril I'
whom employed. When such pVer-on
shall so register it shall be the sit4v '1
the Secretary of tihe .Se'nte,, nsd i I.r'i
(of the' liount' ,,f lie(rev ,itnativt 1> t it,,
Sify the chairman f th'< (t'onciriitloiw t(<
which such measure have' inen 1 isfrifrl
(of the re. giotratlion of .,siild per-m., i'o
gather with hi4 writing itteinseiint itf
Oe iiployment l ''er. 1 [e, i psurpi e.,'i l I u tii
Suegistraltiii itisal lo )lr t.he ctite mit 'lit l 'lg t:,t 'r i d, IlI<( ,. .e -
Itiry or th t h e ,'.,til ,, I ( 'r,, ,f' i, th'
l >Isiti -4" ,,f lti'e rie'i tl.s tlvi'r .hntls l ,-,il, p it b ,ok which hall I.' pLe i., 1 .i ,
them aU4lj rl'lisllntil f thlie 'i en g'r* i. it h'
S)fi(''ice oIf tOe' ,*( cre'tlit y itf Stlte
Se' 1T'hat it sit hiall ti 1 :l', I ,1I
jnlly e1-'(ion **,rm ileyeld fo( r 1 > l'I |.# ,ti l ii
B 4.4e(I4141-|s t i'ill <' u u ;l(' s- legishlil s1\ .
Alle l or tliig Il t to attet'il [ rtli'r aiill .i i ils
directly Ito ifl'ie 'tce' ti:, ie'lvie e'i ,ti tI#I
N :ti eIt isl ( 'si, g r,'v , \t'#'st- f'i ii 'l l 1111
S1icy ifileW -1 ll' ie'ldllqt. I l'f Il ;in i fi t .'
i (he nll illt 'r-','" l it, ie i, "ii s, i 1
llon lo'th1.1,i si' t i lu y ist(1p1en'; b I ,
"forr Ithe rtkslsh r (',riitnilt l'' i .wiif
w isi' i iin S '.-imit, o vr iy I hli.i i i '
( It i)'y I ttl i' l 1 pI t1 il't ht1tirl f e -r1
I r iovt ', s', eli v il l l t o e l'; i lice I l i -I t i t l .i
N ;ti'llti' l ( lsFKl e''i f'' ( re di'tivelitt 4110tih I l ii il'l lIlti
ileotl, ir r l'io l'. Iw et il- r lfive- ril l Itler,
of Mhill rx Irsit Ie, po-e' l il s H il v v c
retir *f their' S ia te( iiil ( i l k *i i lhe'
Ihfiu-'t, f Il 'preI'entlltlivtee Any Iper-,h- i
so a t'etll i1s I. filintivi, 'oun I lr 1 Je1 'niit
l'eIr "t |i' ilcisI.V ceoiisutHh Tliui whess A'|le .1hnill
V 1 Islt h e1tilt- Ii vistilonit ou tin'1 a ts ei i i
be' guilt( Je and shall bI I puniheil iass
ftor iit l l4h, fimtnor.a llot, i t 'l '. o clvi"e.
Ilhioen 0 11411 hitsl I IIiel,, h ille u too lIe s-i
thlli t ill' h u sindi e five th alsmalil lrll l;,k:4 or 4 1, i'p% .11
inent iit i1morer an s x mniiilth.
S4ec.". T'halt upon theI o n'c iil,iit. e)f
any lwnli, er l if thi( s Nr ui .l .slI s'
in dit' t Ih v, At io ',,y (iliiitil, I lie
UnitteI Statei'n lt h |t' a'i tV-.ri lI i1,-;
Sact have' Ieon vl Jiiteit I Is\ w '.e'ptii,
i at shall le him (hlls tl t tak ,-,ntis i lt', .t:
are litt i ivlm y Itoc 'iure the ( tilpiolehrit
rionti anl it il oln f tlle' Iarty y sos slw r,* .Il ,.
Lost and Found.
I.e? iet'w'rn pt:'i : p e* t. n|;tf\
?s cI 'e *r tciay. a tiliis ittuel<. w iltn
i An a 6'e :si1 I us'k heada'he This loses
: Is in'si lv finding at all eiKru
,t l a I t.ix of f)r King'm New I.if .
SI I. 1 I giiarasteed cur- f or builin's
r ,' a 'lo ur id jaundice. 2r1". "
I. ,i .iu gle Syd I.. Carter. i.i,,
I i . .. 'iTi'ilritg from rheumatisimi lisi
I. .. u ,I w io left his rIom'ii t l<'.-
hli' ... .111 '/re't to learn that hi,
lie .'' i ''Isimsit l'. and that hi ,'onl
dit '' s ',ritelr l d more 'it w'sl
Slhbit- f.. .uaille ville Suil, 'hse'
T'ru'el' tk, StL, io \,tixten ymlpathy. WV.'
l v, IIB s Ie' ,n I'ieIi tihroiih much of tli'
kittlY e' e\))'l ilOhs e'
The Teuch That Heals
Is the touch if Illt'iklen's' Atnictia Sislv.
It' the hI illlpiet c(oilnithnli iatm of Armnia
pounded No matter heow old ti 111 .,1'V
or ulcer im, thi Salve will cure it. For
'burns. ca-ldtI I ot Woullmi. or pl)'e(-, it's
a an absolute curte. (;Uarianteonr by nil
druggista.. Vk
Daughters' Neeltg.


Wow Tamely IOSam T Noesr s Tax flarmw, lam mE.
Editor True Democrat: Y r Y attend Ils esled tc o pa
Why ~d the people ef Ta jA se s Mtidol So h the oret011l It of
,t hro to utrmit thamelytoiho out. re t-t he td rou.
rnue m or the sIe Ga asM ron tS"t letw Im ant hiry *
may, wtr hfurahMrat its peas- AprI U 1 (f.a ore nd the
asr, rewo rt vurta Ia inas turoo to uM"t defend to ta
from rmal quaslty to mro, at a price AsseMss, ye r Tax etursfane
i vwMh ameert vtri, and shich cord- rent yeaw. I' will gladly
rt to temporaryar, xepine. In with laaks for this a....
oren tihe, cannot possibly cost over ppia
50 per ent. of the oprie charged to eass whereyou have Wht or
consunmers?t oM renes tate brn me your dwi de in
Consider the recent ex ritince of order to have the correct deeiption oef
Three of the country's most important the land set out on the tax roll,
cities. Please do not delay this matter for
In New York the Consolidated Gas on April 1st, I must bein writing the
Company, after declaring for years fat Tax Roll for 1907, and it will be too
diviea on a gas rate of $1 per thou- late after that date to make any chang-
sand, grew so great that it decided to ea that you may desire for said year.
increase its capital stock from nine WILLIAM 0. ANts.
millions to one hundred millions, and Tax Assessor. Leon county.
divide most of the resulin cash Tallahaee, Fla., Feb. 1, 1907.
anny it. amo/op/rolyr instead of in- ,--- -
creasing the capacity and eMfciency of Let! I
plant*, the value of which aggregatcd
,nly about one-third of its capital One small oay mare with blaze in
Htock. Invesitgation and litigation en- forehead, has once li'n shot in left
sued, during which the fact was dem- side of neck. Any oner finding her will
onstrated that the company could make be rewarded for sam,
gae at a cost of mnly HI cents per thou W. ( I'lOUSE,
sand, and the representatives of the 51l-4tpd. Sopchoppy, Fla.
people expect the result of the litiga-
tion to be a rate of N cents. Tallahas-
eean pay $2..' for gas and air! T R A THIS
In Chicago, the Pleople's Gaslight & UNOUU R AW 111
Coke Co., a monopoly, after litigation
which occurred shoue t twelve years ago
ago the consumers again insisted upon
a further reduction, and the company,
widely enough, as the result of "friend-
ly negotiation," agreed to a reduction
to N5 cents. If Chicago people can buy
gas for 85 cents, why should Tallahas-
see people pay $2 50.
In Indianapolis, incensed by the im-
piositions of a monopoly, the people
organized an opponitcon company,
which has just beten reorganized with a
fwyiant'ed rate (f. o rents, as against
IM) cents charged by the monopoly.
lKn't this a good time for the patrons
rf the gam c rnpan, to tak sonme steps
for sdequaterlte relief. A ('riizN

'iTlllahu see, Fla.
)vl.t' r Sil. : ,' lisl.Is iss tI :4 ipositiol to
sisfluic'tie,' rie'li w' th sl r, 1"e I te their;
room wlher,, tih y l, ll you th|'ir tr-, h-
I," I. l ity. I 5V \1 ol lv i'l r e Ies w hIoi w t?
t ifof I ,I h sil-l I d ry i t Il ,.iiiitIl. ;-ir 'I .- lt
Is t .1 Itiyisie -, iits ais L tI 't' 1 I, I-ss)ts I I
' I ,t I 'ti l i l's Is ll l r-;I It rI '" l i' ti I 'tl ,
s ill lie ol I;Irl, I -i..1' ie li 1
\k ;i t I,; l it 'li n' ,;tilit Ihits I tv l.i.
Iet l I 1 ':ell'ni sI'r p,,n 1lt s'ne- reisets ".
;l .'l 1lll t lfla i s l ti I i l iI ;I-i lla l e
sri-'1 t l ie' i s-1 4 ice' pe 1c1? v i5 1 s '
P 1 41 I e'' 'i, se s t I a s'' Isi''
I ll.s t 141 hit' t lIt l i tt i a's il, it .
i Ill,-I, Ihi rI'l lirs p lrint .u r; I In, i ,
rsII -it 1 -(I; 1'1t.s'l i'1 |. islI,- 4)11- 1I,-)

II tlh;iii it li Is s'it,.s t .11h t .' I n'i t lil,
I.I il > I I l If l, liit .l il I
'.'l ii I ;i k.l5 l'5' l'1 5 ll55 I I Iis i l ll il -,
I' I. 1l 1r s |It ,s il,
I' us -l t ]I I *
I i I 1r1 I i w i \

For Sale.
'; .s. l l(',W MNlde'rativ ft'el, |1 \i 'i
thi '' gallons of milk eIl,'v.


Mrm. C W. Stump of Canton, Ohio,
write's: "I wisih I o,,iII lildh oe every
mloth.e r who lhas a siv c' si 'kly child
tot II.y list at d ls'ls i. ''nil livi'er prep:ar.
Iiilonr \'ln l. <)iu ili :. iI.l ghter was
r1ele Ith Is li dl ( ic ly.
\\' filili l V;i 01 1:1i l i r' lll .t Il ut
vw itli lf o it ;I v iV i. lit whli t vt 'i atll
F4i ('Ifll li n t l .e,- 'oi|l ]i "I. r oil or1'
4'- l b~lsl oii .,, ;I s i ili, Il1 .1 ,- 1, se le-'" amcii
11 1- el li e aI e 1114i 1i i 2 1i
- Lr.'ri illis" '" I il \'l in sf15l I ; l
t1le f il I .l' 4' i th cir- llng
ip oil n<1 orf r, i ii\ ..r oil. iiiii w ith-
" I "i *' I el i t i ). I- i l, ,.1 l ., t ht
1 1, 1, s ?t ,I r i ,.'(I I(.' r, s Is rol t
I. n W l 1 I ( 1i I r Iri.
e er'li i e 'r '-stll h ist tie
(( iiil to Il r,) si r ,i si t, c hi'sri-z .
Tallahassee Drug Company.

colonMy Fence!
I 1 t -'t I l 1 ,i I f-r' -

S I:'''i 'tI L :l l , 'i ; Is *r
-!l '. a ll t1\ 11 > I ts > r
I i '. ,' t \'

BEST and

S;In t,, II built fior I-le', than
I. r I' t a I. t i )cl .

104 MASONIC BUILDING. William Roberts,
.<. \1 1:S A e;V:NT.
Tinning, Plumbing If Cit, o d.

Sheet-Metal Work
Jefl. D. Ferrell,

A11l \\,,'k inI th< line tl'
Rooliii.I (I littering. SpIout-
ing. nal Shicct-Metal W,,rk
.,lilrit,,l. ;i sla's- i l care,
tIlke to iito |l,s, my i) t-
i'"ns. . .

Plumbing a Specialty.


*The Anna Jackaoin Chapter. Uniitet ITrai nMBLa1e
ughters f the Confederacy, wiill
hole its regular monthly meemsung on A ,ss'pmew. m ..ek^Innasep
,marh 5th, at 4 o'clocl. at, ,e r n n e "m
= e once of Mrs. C(7. I. Gwynn. 1rt"s".- hi,,.'it
It is hoped that all the members can ,'b"'; m .
be pre nt. K.on Wt nA ,.,ho"r

*tt hatprb display of Ioods In the
Wbpw &of Co.& would temt
a isut a 0 wE a
?'~~ m.. ^* _


(IGenral Repair Shop.
Hlorte Shoeing by an x-
i'rt wlio hasm had years
(if ,exip rience.

't portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satisfaction guaran.


s^ l-.'

A NEW 4H6Lill




Dr. M. F. Gourley Propr. Ta

Open Day and Night. Rooms Neat and Clean.
with the Best the market affords.

Meals, 25 CentA.


Table Supplied

Lodging, 25 Cent.


Eat plenty and sleep sound.
Pay your bills and take in the town.



Confectioner & Crocer


Prompt Delivery. Telephone 32.



Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,



phs asd Speelleabom fraloshed. All kiads of bualdi glAmiae
aW e tructed aoeording to the I atest improved method.
WIN Work-Maanfaeturers of all kinds of rough sad dressed Igagt
ameMlasg, tair rail, balhters, porch columns, bracket, saatal, if
Aaer gable ernameata sad turned and soroU wwk erftf e*er deo
tea. Brik. LAme sad Cement tfo sale.
Al orders will rooolve prompt attention. We guaraateeoer wef
to be fst elase Ia every partioulae. Prices raseaablL
@ ee, hop ad LAmber Yard on Seaboard Air Lisa. e lee ell
Cowaty Jail.

PHOe rF.

P. ., mOw A

Old Kemnner Livery Stables.


Under New Management.

\~ IC I)!! !

In th' i 'ciit court of Florida d .it- 50 per cent, of your Shoe Bill by having
diclial ( iti-, t for l.e nC ('sninty In r 1 4
'h.,,r'A 1 S t'. 'l" I I N IA
j.adi*,' llrri'. ,.AIlinant. i4 J., Hularri. I.. Repair %our Bootsa and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
f esissat I chll f'' lilv It htavsei iw..,,-s., n-ad t hi r f,. ,h ihur Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
o f thee ts -,.qJhe ,tm.tnant ir th. in : NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
i. hut I. .n -initrwitdge. iire'a. within the uni Cleaning. Dyeing and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your old
teltae,. t. all thtt here is new puksi in the tatie suit made new for little money First-Clas Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
w Ml bind tht. 'uscl def slant. au t hm to fit. Old Panama Hlats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
deferl*,ants 5 tvi.. "e -owIyears of A ", aAg L ----- <
It t* ther.i.rd t.ntfedt ih eml- drdt(*,a. t.OeNo. 342 CMLUo St. No. 2 5p.
Joe Harris. Is. and he her by it. ryuired to be
atd appear itn M 'nday, the fourth dayof March. NEXT DOOR TO PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.
19107 andi that ths odni be publihd once a wei e' ----
fw fousr omnM.eutive weka in the Tru-e cra.
a inwa.r pubtlMt In the Cet" of Ta-haMe Freach Laduage. Mechar .ette.
mad Intma an stauury. 3A..
Wit a Hen ry o.k.L Clerk of an .r French a auT't at residence. HN .g V- Ta S
Said the thoert. ethisbth -yt "Ltt iProT method. Convera- ln i sa em s
HiIENRY T Pt.LK gotioal, Gmmarle4L by experienced fiSd Lm Mfi.l1111
(lark C1.uisCourt, Pariian teacher. Moderate term. CQ. I `6D -mSSSSiS4.&V
MAta T nN u n MAUJ. .A.SOwa. L AMIW
rCMA.i &Martt 411t 44M Leam HoteL Te buinm .. Mn. 5. & ir.





The OreatesTriumuph of the Century,.
and declare it Me ..i..l, TeT alId e I M aso tewr bad


Fruits and Groceries,


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.um iVB nr ur rMOir mu
**'ahs Iw ma Wta Se CSeM."
,**fwrho God's will has born and
bd erown restless longin stilled ;
Wt else she does or has foregone,
Her mission she has well fulfilled."
And so in loving memory of Mrs. C.
A. Bryan, the first proment of the
Tailahakee Auxiliary Woman's For-
SMiionarySociety, we offer the
That while we realize the loss to
our society of its oldest and most faith-
ful member, we acknowledge "God's
will" in removing her from the scenes
of earth to the presence of her King
and Saviour.
II. That we tender our deepest sym-
pathy to her loved ones who are left in
grief, to realize that they must learn to
lve without her cheerful, helpful com- I
panionship, her noble example of Chris-
tian faith and life. We lovingly com-;
mend them to our Father above, pray-
ing that they may feel His everlasting
arms upholding them, and the Holy j
Comforter their constant guide.
III. That these resolutions be spread
upon our minutes, that a copy be sent S
the family, and one furnished to each
of our two local papers.
Respectfully submitted,
Mas. T. B. BYRD,
Great Sunay School WorKers Com-
. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Hamill, of Nash- C
ville, Tenn., will hold a Sunday School
Institute in Trinity Methodist Church,
Tallahassee, beginning Saturday night,
March 2d, and continuing over Sunday.
Sunday will be given up entirely to
this work. Other churches of the city
cordially invited to meet with us, and
have their workers embrace this oppor-
tunity of studying Sunday School work
and methods. Sessions will be held,
beginning as follows : Saturday, 7:30
p. m. ; Sunday a. in., 10-12; Sunday
afternoon, 2:30 p. m. ; Sunday night,
7:30 p. m.
Dr. and Mrs. Hamill will each speak
at each service. Program in full upon
application. All invited.
Large Westcott Nonument.
Mr. C. J. Clark, of Clark's Monu-
mental Works, Americus, Ga., is stop-
ping at the Leon Hotel. Mr. Clark is
here to superintend the erection of sev- I
eral monuments which he has shipped
from his plant. (Ce of, if not the farg-
est monument ertcted in Florida, will
be placed by Mr. Clark on the cemetery
lot of the late Judge Westcott. The
stones for this monument cannot be
hauled by wagon but will be drawn by
traction engine, and will roll the parts
on timbers laid with large rollers placed
thereon. 1





Prices and Specifications tUpon Request.

(Successor to A. I. Rollins)
DE~LEB 4II Kinds of Fresh Meats.
satisfaction guaranteed. Give me vour orders. Prompt delivery.
Ring up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Sulpler a Success when Oriiering
Meats from i Stall.

:. E. SALLS,

P. 0. BON no.




General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting'
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines

New Constantine Hotel,


flIT1 M"n A

A Gibson Medallion.
Next Sunday's New York World will
distribute the tifth Charles Dana Gibson *
medallion. This is a beautiful head,
and is ready for framing. This ser.. T he
will be followed by several large size he
SGibson pictures (10x15 inches), entitled
S "Big Game," *"When a Man's in Love,"
**Conspirators," &c., &c., all famous
S subjects.
Get the set. These pictures are worth
"50 cents to $1.00 each. Every Sunday
with the World.
For Reat.
Large, furnished front room for rent.
Modern conver,tences. Apply No. 7,
W. Clinton st. 4t4-t


Miss It

,gornjaaivailinenis. are
purely nei'V01lS iihlet-tiiiis,
iliat ;vou ean hat'dlv iuisS
it if you try All' Miles''
Nervinie. It r~esforvs neriv-
ous energy-and tlll'ough
its invigorating itnfl-viel"
upon the nervous s~stein,
the organs are streiigtlien-
The heart aetiou i
Aer; digestion imlprov-
~ ~ ed, the sluggish roiidit ion
ov('r(01ll. and healthyv ac-

-D~r. PifillI' V ervine In wrirth Its
weut It,iit d I'. me. I did nut knoW
v% int u lt e. 'I I tad a good phys'lvi~it
biit got ,t . Piii'. I coeld not eant.~
sip". wIk, sit or Ptand. I was nearly
01.U'. toediy I pIrked up a pagwr stil
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pit o' le3 ttof Jor hi iI. .r
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41" Vjt.v,%OWill paaraetsOOthat the
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will refund Va., eO0Wy.
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Very Best, Service at a

Reasonable Price.

NK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and Prop.


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The same Furniture for less Money.
If you value your hard earned Dollar
it will pay you to examine my stock

and get prices before buying.

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have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs and Iron Beds.

New Furniture for Old.
a trial and be convinced.

Will exchange

0 Give me


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Eastman's Sub-division of

Magnolia Height's Addition

These Lots are being offered to the public for a
very short time, and at an exceedingly low figures
They are all well located, high and dry. and within five
minutes' walk of the center of the city. We would
especially urge anyone wanting a Suburban Lot to call
and see us at once.


& SON,

Real Estate Agents.


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A Cup of White Hesse or Blue Label
NPcea ad Java Cofee
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride it
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cot
fee we sell are teas. which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack
We sell nothing but the best of fesw
products-those we have tested our
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. COLLINS, Grocer.

Happy Colors
You know that there are colors which signify sadness, others which
indicate happiness-but do you ever stop to think howpften people are
made sad or glad because of the colors?
You know that children and flowers thrive best in
the surnshine. Why not have more sunshine in your
y 9wn home, then why not let us show you how to get
It in the walls by using

.^^ The SanitWsylan Canog
By having your walls defeated
b wit Alabastlne you will make
them more artistic, more dur-
able more sanitary, and will
make your home a more cheer-
ful place to live in. Let u show
you how easy and economical
Alabastine is, and how thedit-
ferent tints and stenciled de-
signs can be combined to pro-
duce "exactly the effect
.you want."
ms., it ltia wiU give us am opprtaMO. Co.


Mention The True Democrat.

Don't Have Your
At the Mill.
I build them under a
(; guarantee, havebuilt
hundreds and build
more ever day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4.
Tallahassee, Florida.
For seat.
The Blocker house on Clinton street.
Possession middle of March. Apply to
MiSS Nellie Bassett. Clerk's office.
Set John t ollins fur Job Printing. -


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