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 29, 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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Semi-weekly true Democrat


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MARCH 29, 1907.
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^ SAW Vote Aga"nst
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a they were photographed by
early hour the "wets'" were
I nd i eemlngy very ble.
Season for tlwas revealed
ras learned that the train
lr bed, with which they in
"whoop them aiPh Athe
as supposed ringa 10 o000
tupe of the one hsed by
,onisti-had been delayed
fa br ur trestle between
lIamd mlle. Vey .u.

ea wortir turned up v .a
tiMon. They worked manful.'
women prayed sad sag.e
Sincident w as wi tbey s
"I wn saloon man ashd I
rd of negros and Jag*e
M Arl criedA out:

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In wmpw _with your request, I
awmelshee a m fosisn copies of our
aend revised d e Flue & Chim.
y Ordinanoe; also ordinane lgat-
ing4he storage and al of expove
end afiamnables and electrical ordi-
'I would also recommend that the 1907
Edition of the National Board of Fire
Undrerwrter' Building Code, or suo h
portIaa of which tat are applicable,
It would alo be a god idea to ap-
point so practical architect or build.
ir snptor, or have such duties de.
a*led-umn som member of your fir.
rma w has ha nd a training
S l l o a person in en-
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own of p sture.l a s I onoreI
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nate the oamne- take as 4
from the mirdsi e never fall to
spar enough to li the a
-no ashin growel sre made barneJ
by the Ind in. ~
But there ia one w outrage on will
not endure and to this he w been
subjected. the Irave of ibno
dead has been violated-not or-ldit
but by a stranger claiming fa a
the Smithsonian Inasti I
ever tih motive, a law has
ted u well as a grave wul teal
be done. The State of b oweai
herself the duty of righting th
and vindicating the iat.C e state-
menta of the Fort *I News are
plain and might well tf.ulthagrounds
for an indictment aince the sames of
good eitise arl behind them. Let the
state act that the Indian may know the
white man's justice dome not always
turn the edte to him, sd that h is gno-
r6nce ma not drive lm iate outn .
To him, the wro ewhat thro vioLth
of Washlarton's rave would be to -
let Justiceb dob Itwill not av" to
ay that the criminal t beyond t&4
riadiction of the state soerts-tha I&
ioole has no mean oeneeption of our
government. -Time-Unlo


Jeha Temple G as Sl Atdvice to
Thawas eImam Lawyer.
Xa brillant and lhoot snsational
*Mril t he Ataota Geowian, John
Mv Wymra prnlta Attorwne Dolphin
M. b h ti hbs mrOt opportunity in
the omatl 1*qe of the Thaw trial
tpM in l n Sd warning picture
' t.e *to0 k4ma1Id White, whom
I Ot Gra temi to be, by the
Saluiur ,oirle, the most
nmestreu sad flctent libertine
osp= whoa tbl 1 of publicity has
tfalk in our r- t tnmes.
The editors l ii art as follows:
"To the m oaf d mgtfutl observers
of th s s s the lea fa-
which th 0e ttS ,
Smot eto t oral of
*e" amrn thi aIs

th sa amevered in har.

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U. in Atlanta, given m e isalsl tft is tab -................ u l a.Y ou ,- be

from Mra. M aI l Bris Ar- The Woman's Home Misia nlety ..- _iC.he o tk a. savin. all the rese ; her are afew:
ite President of t. Woan's will hold the monthly meeting the s in .. a, theh county seat, i
Tmperanoe Unn, bearg Methodist church Tuday at Sa Sr n she daf thi lto the waatofu andwith
gs and e for victory. 8:~ o' lock, and thae foreign a. i teme of nmyw w "ld beif. two and t rivers, ea oicreeks,
Stuart, w trained the me g Thurda afternoon of and tramto crs,
"Tots in Toyland," wrote, wek. All memb are si greatest to coaaiwr-Att.t: k di ly y our wa .Forbes Pur-
"I am praying that God may bo present. A cordial invitati i to a aomo. _i I we warei you will te
a v Ato rio ." thowhare not member to attend w.. c Law on d th a boat wi be thm only
tha day the I served re- t>he m ting. .. wand quick wn to t t to thi

to to tha workers. -'- ^ -^ --^ SW t atnd dmer, .d f, m t da* cou(.ntye a, the no a bride
'eloek the wet" appeared TheWoma a BHome LIL t. t w s r ov ol the nyo rem and no pur-
8"ip f M" ,Is.n, d o,----- -r It
t Prachesnt of tickets which silhould to sshne in the l mtn1 and Aaa w6 roa d.

eet plate f the prohibi- will e if you give it o a T writer ,m tmen in business at

Imwmeme, ar eUno tolatse. A elno eodi t churr aah eI lt Mr eight years t ofu this tie
tha tI s Ue ad not beaed, n.nt xtoreadof we. rbeoai t oan I an n of the grat Jewish Feast of whih mha operated on all the rivet
elaylng their man waO was households. A mother, with h. r a over. Like the Christian Easter and bays that are navigable in this tir'
th Ue kets, they would have can't get alon without a SSt leo tre o et date for this feat, andta rito *and knows that the re rper -
L an early hour in the morning White's Cream ermifue n t hou. I depend on the full moon, coming on ods tht for several days it would b
>h ave ad them." It is the purest an'best m dicn. the 15th day of the Hebrew month, Ni- impossible to get to Apalachidotla, I
IbTton vantored to reply: th.a money ceanbuy. So ld by al dru- onsttL t care what kind of. nor how uan
h &nd of God wa tin te isos. Sd "ent A or h," the im of the feast, por. nt, the buiness might be, and
f the trestle." The dejected ^^^^-~ -ho-. means "to pass over, saved," and as what mode of transportation you may
nan rephled: "It looks that We are reliably informed that the l Biblical students know, Pharaoh, use, you simply could not o.
temperance people of Florida will make King of Egypt, i before the polls closed here, as a determinedeftort at the eenig e- flrst bornofth Jews houlde slain, trips on any scedhele that as ever
ter report came in from the ioen of the Lerialature to have a law and so thanks were the Jwu for ,een in force, will not give time enoouh
precincts bringing w. ed to prohibit the shiiy of their deiveran .y the ane of mercy tooto Apalchiela and tranct bui-
ren freely admin tt e- liquor into dry counties. Th Le isaa- that they rejoiced This injunc*ionwas wns of any importance and return,
,d some of them congratula. ture of Texas recently passed sUc, ordanied also on &a ount of the libera. without compelling you to spend one
ro ibtionists on their spiedid law, whieh enmonrages the i ,. tion from the house of bondage. It is night and ada on the trip; h.nce there
..ltots in FloridaI. The Four -ar also in celebration of the sprigs time, is nothing thea can be done that will bea
Softhell scheme of the liquor dealer don* the buddidg of h trees and the bl- a benelial as annexingt thi valuable
a found the result of the ele much toinure the causeof te rance sowing of tht (. rs. feThe feast .as island, that is timing with natural ad-
btwo preiffct o hear fro, mn drye ountis Waucula to be Tcelobratd irom the a h to the vat.ages that will make t, when fully
. not e e. t the reult, but ..y i Aew ocat 21st day of Ni.n, tghe Jewish Femonth. dvelopd, the richest in the Strit.
grease the majority : Dischage Notie Durinrg this f Like the Jews were not dCarrabelle nhavst be t natural hear
the y Wet. n allowed to eatU ,.r leavened bread, and bor there is In Middle Flthorda on the
n mr ..n ...........he m in White's Crm Ve /g iat x conequenly th refull red matoin. Gulf coast, and the resel d appropria-
... none. ohem." It i the urt my and esst A to the At sunset on the sy before the tion of OOibl O wi et give thid port
. .... ....104 14 Cotante Jd of Leo Couy, thrls, a a feast all leaveiad bread was removed eighteen feet of water to the docks.
..t. o .... 92 8 d Gain A me nstr promptly. The feast is then started by Threefourthsof all the lumber shipped
S- ... 120 18 ANNIE pe.L. ray es, thanksgivings and readingas. from douthwest Georgia and East Ala-
t ... ..... 82 20. Adr. The even feat is o.e of grast joy. bama is loaded on ships within five
.....- -.. .. 51 4 Tas ..i .. as, ag l m The prinaeipal of the house presides and miles of Carsabelle
l ............... 60 6t e tella tll e astoryu f the exodus. IRA SANDUN.
t.... p.... n... e 7. touehinF the n fight in Gadides asw aty, The greatest "are muat be taken in ,hnng gul'--,
.--..... 40 16 the county has gone dry by a large m- the propration o thisl matzos or un.-sc e that ha
he............ 2 62 2jority. lvenedl bread not to get any foreign I Cupid and beautiful woman has ever
-...-....-... 14 2 There was not a single arret during sstana in it. ben Charles Dana Gibcon's best
-. repot the day. in fact Mayi r Willisat thera e In later years lnkers have b.n uifor theme. His ewitures that have given
............. 942 415 has not been a single arrest aInee the modem machiwerv for knreadmng the him world-wie fian-i have been mol lv
y, tsb. barrooms closed., douth, and mlxm the dour in such a picture of women Hence the **Gilbuo
upf the vote in Bainbridge manner that it r ay be rolled out il.e (;arl," the favorite( of three contmients.
ad f great gratiea iuon to GADsDEN COINTY GOas DRY. tWeWn cylindrical ron ll 'of the relquiar Na xt Sunday's Workl will contain an
ribitionita their Sended QUINdC, March 27.--- Gaddd ont thicknes aenddim rsion at shon rt Un arit supplndenr of unusual merit--Cupid
thwt ywee from went dry ia the "wet" ai u .: tan ces frm the sen .nthe the Girl. (;-ngt it from the news-
k o OWtr at othe bue.k election ye terdav by a safe doi th o d d t (leale cr.
Io tewo epofted Bahe*m. ITotal vote t heuse: dry tickerane Mi. John Hurkh rt he viiti h -- teeming h natural ad---
S te to i rae t 418; wet :; majority, dry. sl Nt er. Helena Burthardt, at 49e5 Wsnot. Dr. Armb lo the wetll-nown hye
I th M voted a wet was aha 0 fought hattle, adte teton .,vard, .S;. Leud, M n. an b Nerve Spei alint, will be an the
... peraCe people are very nmuI h Teated hfThe rue IDe:n 'crat go to her regu UI1oxharat Hotel n Mrendtay, April lst.
St dA" t aov.r th victor y. tly. hubcrie for eas'rue D. rat.,
.*al.. s22INam Th princal of the ho pre ides and mil belle



.M olikMpM thitS a

thd ee e a t Olt t In
roaget e to th rt o t

tihe senoI. ,o
"A i DohinL)eawon,
recod r e th

wh ti intNew Yorkase
that fid ti t io
cities s
faie flames of the Inftrno
tine a aUr on. ma

lustd i.ought and sunk the a
thwomen" t e

lifweak is as te Dr. Ki -
rt reedy t

w thel d il :t Mrs q( Ad a

prprrietortHs na d mde e~IS ia
wish to lves tl in New York t
haUve ailed at St. Loguit let him
brush and ol his urnin tpeee
ures asma mes of thethnro
this monstrous, and magn morrh
tne who prol them u.ted maid
lust al drought Hand sunk the

A Hnd mano Appthe Le
a humn tn cilipr n of Richs o
Mr. U. v.illrn the 1a 7 Wmes o
nd h: eir field of all pao rso Pit
weak shon by ti ske Dr.KintIaIL
helped s Id' :.d fully Chasb** ar, ti
proprietor's se uornn'enditWq. It v
more live than all otha thraal.ll
luns remdie put togetheK U04 a4s
cough and col cure tO world oewr
Curea asthma branehtli,
whooptng coug iasy.
and phthisic, stops emor h of 0"
lungle and u wild l l them ep. O O
at all drug uora.d ae. and $.0
Trial bcttle free. *

Last Sunday afternoon the Lu
missionary service was enjoyed by An
three juniors and twelve Interm
Part of the program consisted of
bers giving the Rames of miss
und their fielda of labor. Pictra
the work and a pair of Chinesae
were shown by the superintende A
"Bible a udy"class has b oee n J
hy a n-imber of the older mom
took part in the Bible 'drill. M
neL Van Brunt will lend in th
EHpter service Sunday aftenio@at &

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Ht1MRt UEMOCrAT I EXa IOfr ascI-. :
"M .. COLUa rvrINvt The True Democrat ht bty xteadsa
"--.... .... cordial welcome to members of the
VtU3L BVIERYT IDAY MORNING. Legislature, session 1907. May their a
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&AIIWas Secod CI. Matter March a,. 106. at'
00 Mmet Oftc at Tallsbdas. Flkrida. uroder
Listed' Congr... of hach :i. 1W7!i.

Ofte In Telephone Dlfdtinm. Corner Adams andl
Clint"f tIset..e Tekephip,# No. 190.
skiwmetpti Per Year, in A'ivanev.
VdiUvtd Mtai on Aplicatfo,,.
The ?ru.ejemew Is th eHflcAm Newspaper

f Lee* C.unty.

S Tallahass, Friay, Narch 29, 1907.

The Walles Indian war claims will
come Ibfore the Legislature for settle-
ment, and we trust it will be settled
right. We do not see how justice can
be done except by paying to Colonel
Wailes the amount promise him. He
worked diligently and has waited long
for his divide, and should have it.-Ar-
cadia Champion.
The Daily Hun, which is announced
to be published during the Legislatur
will appear with ts first issue Monday
morning. That it will al need at the
Capital, particularly, so during the
Legislature, no one can easonably
doubt, and we bepeak for ta liberal
patronage I advertlsing ad subArip.l
tiomn, rnd wish Editor L'Eogle In-ess
with It. _________
Th True Demoerat extend a special
S.eleome to the members of the Legs
l ters and to brethren of the prs who
a,"My *oar to Tallahamsee duing the
-Ien of theo lgslatame to visit aad
ah themselve at hom at theo dme,
erw they ean read san t papes to
km bea' content. This nritation
I pwrtlularly extended to thm- ews'
who are now also InE Inak-

county will be a best
,' prsented in the Legislatre, with
'EI. John W. Henderson ilhe Senate
d Hons. Gilbert HartsA and A. 8.
.c WElls In the House of representative.
:r'W do not expect that a time will
As,' taken up in speed by either
If them, but they level-I
h. laded busnes seip

STht was a tiehfl s
Sent out to the dot tlif T. A.
Jedaings would announ te andidacy
dr Governor in ext J y's Pemasa
:'Ia Jourpal, but he the J
a il that in a few days will ye
i: ai paper a statement. vr pubsa
s etting forth "his plans r at that tlnm
he should have form any plans, re-
g'ardin his obable iy into the next
b": uernatorls race,"
S The True DemotMt Is Intormed from
what It consider ar able source that
G0v. reward and b nternal Improve.
T j t Boaord, which Is double-barreled
itlh the Drainage Bard, have recently
!-lU another large land sale, and at a
pdee. As the Legislature will in a
days be in session, it will not bo
for John collins s to mrn0,,
membiem of that Board for t*l
matlos & rea d to, it. SHuTces It
It I tenerljly bullevecl an inves
imiml e0 will look into all
S salesr' at have li,.ie mnde in

berality of munied Floridlana in
vll recently in contri t g to
a Young Men's Christi a a.-
Ilding, and for other dij ur-
there, Captain Ililaumerna spTlen-
omtrlbution to the Salvation Army
I a d othtor good aountults for the
i ses, by-him and others whom
'~amot recall by name all of which
boin given for good uid in the
t sprit, and not for personal gain
notoriety of the donors. speaks
for all those Floridians who have
eait years been swcussful and for
t# In t'ttie ne '1'I uly FIlrilda haH
p great and good iten.11
Hot Frank. Clerk. iin i card in the
Jneville Sun, w iclih is Ibuing publ
in a mu',tnlcr of nm'wspanl>'r,
8 out in hi.i. chlr;,ia'tetilitic naiili i
e~enunciation o f thom~ who ch, lrgeud
r litimated that I,' .W owl hin ei'ction
.f V r. Flagler and the Stinllard Oil
Ilpany, or was their tool or aKgent
4will be rememberedl William lRn-
b Hearst was the first to do it, he n
.Clark took him to task for sahitldr
Ir lorida and FlorildiansM, anld it wa
bld tase that Florida newspaper.*
have don aso. No, citizen of
lould be made to, ,lleve that
lark would be the tool of any
pepeper should make such a seeri-
e le against any rnn, tunles
isIneIo prove guilt conclusively
Ibe In their possMeion.

sixty-days stay In Tallnahasw e ple-*
ant to them, and may they boomn ae-
quainted with and make ay warn.
personal friends among our t
keep well and enjoy themdvn
fullest measure. This nf p
always gladly speak w
agement to our legis
---ii --- LL -I-

. O~tyone
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a nd ao 1

mainly will not with yards up"t
mendation for every n e, ina,
i they may perfVrm; 1 iv(iolets in a
bestow ie Js tI ^thod of adverti|fta
praise, nor aseonm to a its s bl eeessful was .
to their oftelal duties, tof t as crowd of lhdi .
You are herm $a th froId e. ront of the store on
credited reprorentativ ir con iartheS ir to s oen ooatk 8M,
stituents tn regard ,u h atters, ertied.
and also to represent t-* ests of Promptly at that hour they were ad-
the people of the State I arge in all mtted, and immediate t the spepa us
matters srtcting tho ral e ap ent was tilll with A C.
matters afecting the gigral public who for awhile forgot treir erra IOTIC.
welfare. In two-fold capacity as law- admiration of the beautiful and uniNue
makers, you are, or are presumed to decorations which met the eye at every
be, fully advised of your obligations, tui.
Vulolet were every where--ropes of iea3-
and it would be rank preumptUo on n them hanging from the ceing in gase
the part of any one outside of the tor- ful loops from side to, side and from
ritory which each one presents re- .nd to end of the entire space. Bunches
spectlvely to undertake Instruet any of vioet f utened tho f misi, me
which were draped the exquisito e le"
of you as to any local I, o it would and embroideries which later on are
be equally presumptuo to "advise" destined to decorate the dainty forml
aay one of you as to Vyr duty to the of Tallahasse's fair daughters. vAo dy
people at large. Beautiful signs in violet t tihe gS e
Idu tk. phi reofatod the various ri ces of tbel ood
It should be the duty Mad pleasure of and gave timely advice as to how the
every good and thoughtful oltien, as occasion might be made both pleasant i O u
well as the State press, to aid you as and proftable; hints which wdro not
aatwm t lost upon thee who were there to bsI
legislators every ponbe way in the the good humor and court wers
collection of facts or in the dis on unfailing and the buying ph |
of doubtful points, 'to the end that you Leaes, lawns, linens, embro
may be titled toact with the utmost and all the various kinds of white
cation, latelllgeuce, wdom nd sound goods about which our womn-kind
matist uponeveryloom nd ond converse so fluently but which are ut-
judgmeat upon every ts presented known by name to the average member
for sonmderation; but it would be ri- of the opposite sex, were displayed at
dluoolely absurd to undertake to "ad- price that completely won the hbert of w ww U .
,in" you that it is your "duty" to do even the most economical husband ad
Syou that t your duty" to do their who hd to foot the bil
or not to do any particular thing. Great credit is due to the efficient as-
You are here to decide, each for your- distance of Mr. John F. Townsend, the
self and for the interestsyou represent, geIal young salesman who represents
according to your information and best of goods, am w as to the meo ers of Crnous Draanage.
judgment, what your duty is, and arbi- the firm, whose executive ability was EDITOR TRUs DEMOCRAT-Nowhere
trary or dictatorial admonition as to such so markedly displayed. during the entire controversy over the
duty, from any source, is only in the The immense success of the first day Broward drainage scheme has ever been
vey w t of bad taste, and would be was only an indication of what was to mentioned a patent physical condition
very worst of bad taste, and would be follow, for still the good work goes on which would seem to control the entire
impertinent and offensive, and those to and will continue through Saturday. situation.
whom it should be addressed would be The True Democrat extends hearty The fact is claimed (and conceded)
quite justified in treating such expres- congratulations to the firm upon their that water level in Lake Okeechobee is
Swi we-deserved success. twenty-one (21) feet above sea level.
lsns with the silent contempt which .-.... Broward's drenges, starting at sea
would be deserved. Again, the True Dr. Niles H. Nash. I level, must cimtinue at sea level, arriv-
Democrat extends each and all of you In the Fifty-sixth Annual Report of ing at the lake 21 feet below its water
a Wrcdial welcome, with its best wtihes the Demilt Dispenary, New York Clit, level, through material now unknown,
for a healthful and plarit st.y in w" Aind the following of one of our old- but probably harder rock than that on
or a a an t sy in time and mucn loved Floridians: the surface which they have already
old 1alluhanmee May the Lord bless The Hoard of Management has re- encountered, and between banks con-
you all and be with you during your cently appointed Dr. Miles H. Nash, stantly increasing in height.
session House Physician Emeritus, in recogni- If they do not so 5enninue at sea level,
a "eo ef Ples Prtor. tion of his long connection with the hut attempt to work up hill, they will
Ilday evening Mie Micklor e work of the dispensary, and as an x- sooin be working (or resting) on dry
Friday evening Mnm Mickler en- pression of their high appreciation of land, for the water will run out from,
lned quite a number of her friends his devotion and the valuable services und'r then as they ascend.
Sher new home, on South C(aihoun he has rendered the institution during a NON EXPERT.
Wtrt, in honor of Miss Florence Plroc- period of twenty-eight years. He was
tprwho has recently movtd here from assistant to the ( ass of Diseases of Rent, Furalshed or Unfhralshed.
Sailors we a l Women in 1870; in full charge of the One of the largest, best equipped,
6:U 9ciousplors werv artimtficlilly Class in 1881, und in 18M8 apointedT S
m ith ovely pot nt and ue n nd in u pointed pleantly located and most desirable
ll wiothlovely pottId plants and House Physician. Hi peculiar kindly houses in the city. preferably to one
Were receive at the dr nd courteous disposition and generous who would board owners in exchatnre
AW sets were received at the dodor ad sympathetic nature eminently for rent. Address Owner, Box 37'5,
l red to the parlor by Misses adapted hm for the position. Tallahasee, IAd i
Bji Temple and Lolise P'roctor two -. assee.i .
r_ little maidens, neices of the LUTTER TO ALONSO PICIIARD. Have you seen the display of Neek.
When all th uests had arrived a Talahas Fla. wear and other Easter Goods in the
When all the guests had arrived a Tallahasoe, Fla. window of Burns Co.s Store?
number of games were participated in; Dear Sir-The cost of a gallon of window of Burns & Cos Store? 5
f kr which beautiful music was ren- paint put-on Is about $5, no matter ......
and njoyed by all until ten-thirty, what paint you buy.. SYKUP WANTED!
the litte tt maidens passed around 100 gallons Devoe put-on $ 500 barrels of Florida and Georgia
[Iakets containing an egg for each 100 next-grade M0 byrup. Mustbe put up in ood sound,
abt which.eupon ingopened,half 120 next-to-that rup. Must be puteup in good, sound
Iseut. which, upon bing opened, half 120 next-to-that 600n' y bre A r or
if a verse was discovered. The boys 130 next 660 w cypress barrels. Address, or call
ben proceeded to find the remaining 140 next-to-that 700 LEVY BRO,
half of the verse, the young lady hav- ) next 750 Tallahassee.
ag it being his partner for supper. At 1Wio next-to-that 800)
the coi'clusion of this unique little 170 next 850 nT'E %k %%.MitS\SW% tSB
scheme, the large folding doors leading 180 next-to-that 900)
Into thw dining-room was thrown open 190 ne xt 9" ;0
and the guests preceded by the hostess 200 next-to-that 10(0)
and Col. G. I'. McCloud, assembled 21(0 next 1050
around the beautifully decorated table, 220 next-to-that 1100
where deliciourt refreshments were The strongest paint is the one that It i the In t nt
berv id takes least gallons; least gallons to *
Then mor' anamuoement was indulged buy; least. giIllis to paint ; and the'
in until the wee hurwhen all gather- tngert pa i the onethat wears The Property wh
ed erourin the hont.,e, declaring that 'lone et.
they had never spent a mtnort, enjoyable TNese lessons iare useful.
evening. Y r truly Less than a quarter of
Those Invit l wer., Mrs. W. S Me- V3 F W. EVOF & CO. and Miade Itlrtha Jones. l.alah P. S Gihnre & Davis Co. sell our Twelve (12) acres of tl
('ates. Alma C(ates ,lorence ewis, paint in Leo County most
Daisy Mullikin. DIai'y Spar. idaLeo County, most
Gsainuy, Susie Van Hlunt (;enie Van We are gl.iil It note that our town raising any kind of fat
Ilrunt, Susie hcr(,trl, ellI. D)avis, i to have r,('ilar visits by tlh. well-
Margaret Demilly, lila Brvan and known spwcialis. Dr. Armstrong, of planted in Tobacco. T
i'lorctnce proctor Mesnma W. Me- Jacksor.vill,. e, we know of some won- tenant house, barn, an, ItClph (rarnliing. (Col. Mc(Cord. lTony d*irful cur 'c /'rlcted by this special
Iturtn.e Earnest Ho)lme, J.lolin Hll ist He will l,, htre regularly on the Twelve fine Pecan treat
,sei,., Wliam lia, dlygar Howei, itrst Monday ,of each month hereafter, d will be sold a one-hors
I)w.,n Ihiln, John lt I1, ll Ienry l.,lter,. and will b, it'l.sste.l by an ear. noMe and 2 #r fri me
ai:tr I'.tor. C. I). obinson. H. S throat sp'ciialiit lie will also be lpre- sary farming impllme
Mi7zclle' lhin ilrides and J(o I.estetr. ,paretd to do scnr,:ical and operative worak cleared. haq iuit heo

in ct'a8r4' whe-re it is wished. ;5
floun. Syd L. Carter and W. A. Me- res les
Wjlllarmn, t*o, very prominentmembers ss sd es.
cf the 14uirlature, have arrived andaren A line lot tff large horses and mules
at the Ion iHotel. We are pleased now in st(wk for isal chttap. See me
that Mr ('Crter's health la better, and tbfore ou mak. yoar purchase, as I
that h- will Iw able to take his place in can nmak it to your advantage to do so.
th- I.iceilatltre. A. ATKISON,
''11 Iia*r of St. Agnies' Guild will ,-tf at J D. Cay's Stables.
give their annual "Easter Eig Hunt" For S.
Mundny. April 1set. in Grtn m Square, For SBd.
south of the Capitol. 4-st A Bycyle, fine nachht. almost new,
le K. II. Basmajian, of Atlanta, prce 3.oo Appl to T. Perkns.
La., will preach at the Baptist Church 21.
next Sunday morning and evening. the beautiful Une of gokr lal,
bI'lbi,' cordially Invited to attend nr- I US WW silver .hnas at P. T S.

alm' ,so gasuinwelor. 1

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Hog Wire Fence all arn
cluding everything, w
tremely low price of,


denly and mysteriously gone dry, not a
drop of water remaining. We knaw
John Collins and his band of rip-roaring
dry advocates would do wonderful
things, but didn't know they could dry
upa great big lake. Wonderful-White
Springs Herald.
Subscribe to The True Democrat.

ortunity of the Century.
Ne are Offering below:

a mile of the City Limits.
he finest farming land
admirably adapted to
tm products, now being
'he place has on it, good
d other outhouses, well,
s, etc. With the place,
e wagon and all necea-
ents. The land .is all
n fertilized, and has
found it. The land in-
vill be sold at the ex-
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Veterans' and Daghterse Mtaigs.
Lamar Camp, United Confederate
Veterans, will meet at Elks' Hall O
Wednesday, April 8, at 12 o'clock noo. ,
The United Daughters of the Conted-
eracy will meet at the residence of
Mrs. J. W. Collins on Tuesday, April 2,
at 4:30 o'clock p. m.
A full attendanceof members at both '"
meetings isa desired.
and remember the next time you suffer
from pain, caused by damp weathN .
when your head nearly bursts with
Sneuralgia, try Ballard s Snow Uai .
ment. It will cure yoa. A prominent
business man of Hempstead, Tex as,
writes: "I have used your liniment.
SPrevious to using It I was a great f-
forer from rheumatism and nearalga.
I am pleased to say that now I am fre
from these complaints. I am sure I
owe this to your linimeqt." Sold by
all druggists. .
Solomon never said a wiser nor a
truer thing than this: "A merry heart
doeth good like a medicine, but a
broken spirit drieth the bones. That'
a good sentiment to print on a card anr
hang up where you can see itevery
day. Milton Index.
L;ake Jackson, which is located si
miles to the north of Tallabsaseeqd
covers an area of 5000 acres, haa sad-




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. : i iiIt' (_ .,ds of the

B^'i t to be right than President- still
batcte to be riht andbe President.
^ ifam* men treated others as they
1 Athfhiewssr the other man would be
,a eb abused, as aome men do cer-
abuse themselves.
ht to be a school of control
Somewhere, so some men
m tJI-SaTr to control themselves.
rrAes are no disgrace, neither will
'qtfbar any man from entering heaven;
fl"Inavertbeleso they do keep seme
S f men were paid a salary for being
a y some men would get rich qiuck.
Food and raiment is all that is neces-
Ryto make one content, says the
but on the other hand we
*I s-mil tiive for more than this with-
-at J making it a form of worship.
S If aom men were to step n the bal-
mosa with their duties in the other bal-
tey would hit she ceiling so hard
bnasa would be knocked out.
'. Lay down with a do and you are
am sr get fleas, but thia is not the
.'es place-some can get them in a hog
It the saloons could be turned inside
out, so ll could see them as they are,
So feasible man would vote for one.
*L 1. .* L* N**oo&
The regular monthly business meet-
ing of thebaptist Young People's Union
wa bd Tuesday evening, March 19,
at bkanof Mis LilaBryan. Among
otr business transacted waa the res-
of the president. Mr. W. H.
i which was tendered and ac-
epteds. r. Markham has been prei-.
dett ot the Union for several months,
bu as a result of the removal of the
G. P. & A. Auditor's office, where he
Itspol he will not be with us any
hq. Mtiss Lila Bryan waa elected
is smeusor. Mr. Jack Mabry was
lsted secretary, thia office having
been made vacant by the resignation of
Ms. W. C. Appling.
It was discused anad decided to have
aoaL next Tueday night, March 26,
R igMsee of Miss Ida Moore, on
A- street. AU the members
SLeague are invited to
Sthe Union in their merry

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WIN the meeting adjourned, light
Msante were passed and all re-
Woldr a sowcialt.
i a of the Union and friends,
n ra aound our new president
I! all we can. Although we
4I numbers, remember "the
a* bet always to the strong," but
pl&~BKlthd l ~meetings

S A ood, the OWd plno tuner,
R ro-~urrd TJlor guite
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SNMrIdiv even-

mu. wers a ,

K~iB^ss~l' fla n-aS

lower Party.
The children of the Leon Graded and
High School will give a novel entertain-
nient Saturday afternoon April 6, at 4
p m. The place of holdg the enter-
tinment will be announced later.
The first part of the afternoon there
will be a musical program, consisting
of vocal and instrumental music, chor-
uses, solos, pantomimes and recitations.
One of the chief attractions will be a
fuessing contest, the answers all being
m flowers. Souvenirs will be present
to the boy and girl guessing the most
A soap bubble party will be given
for the amusement of the little olkos.
All school children will be admitted for
16 cents, adults 26 cents, including re-
freshments. Homemade candy will be
on sale.
The object of the entertainment ia to
raise funds for the new piano, which is
very much needed in the school, and
should amure a large crowd.
Aice esevelt's Weddlag
was something to be recorded in the
annalsof history. Herbine haa been
acknowledged the greatest of liver
regulators. A positive cure for bil-
ious headache, constitution, chills and
fever, ad all hiver complaint. J. C.
Smith, Little Rock, Ark., writes:
"Herbine is the greatest liver medi-
cine known. Have used it for year.
It does the work." Sold by alldrug-
gists. _
Church otics.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, I. S.
Patterson, Pastor.-Services Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7.00p. in. Junior UEp-
worth League, 8.00 p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. AU members
requested to attend The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
with us.
Presbyterian Church Rev. Wm. H.
Ziegler, Pastor.-Rfaegulr service at 11
o'clock a. min. and at 800 o'clock p. inm.
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath school
at 9.46 a. t9.
First Baptist Church. --Services:
Sunday 9:46 a. m., Bible School; 11:00
a. m., Church Conference; 3:30 p. m.,
Junior B. Y. P. U.; 6:30p m., Senior
B. Y. P. Y. P. M. Wednesday, 7;8:30
p. in., Prayer and Praise Service.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter Rector.-Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
and 7.00 p.m. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m.
Christian Science.- Services are held
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in.m, in the
front room, second story, of the build-
ing east of the otoffce. Thisa room i
also used as a Christian Science reading
room, and is open daily except Sundays,
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
a. m. All are cordially invited.
Fer ReaL.
The Blgcker house on Clinton street.
Possession middle of March. Apply to
Miss Nellie Bassett, Clerk's odlee.

The new restmant up stones ver
Ome--l rtosM, is nw Wa--derew
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Mr. U. RaM. asU m us a pleasant
visit just as &wewt going to press.
Hon. J. F. C. Grime was circulating
among his many Tallahassee friends
Philadelpha Prmitive BaptistChurch,
colored, pr Preaching every
tSunday, sea. .p3.. Sunday School
at n a. soa. B..C. A. 11 00 a. m.
Sacrament and footwashing every
fourth S*nda night. Our white and
colored friends a cordially invited.
Ryv. A. R. PuImnR, Pastor.
Caem of Stowash Troubles.
When a man has trouble with his
stomach you may know that he is eat-
ing more than he should or of some ar-
ticle of food or drink not suited to his
age or occupation, or that his bowels
are habitually constipated. Take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets to regulate the bowels and improve
the digestion, and see if, the trouble
does not disappear. Ask for a free
sample. Sold by Tallahassee Drug
Have you seen Duval Bros. show win.
dow since It was dreascd up in violets.
It ia neat and attractive and advertises
the Violet Brands of Good that popular
and enterprising firm carry in stock)
Read Duval Bros. advertisement in each
issue of this paper. They keep them-
eves bforeyou constantly and it their
desire to serve and please you.


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UOHM G. COLLINS. ublhb. r.
-.- 'Fellow-Citizen's" defence of tb
gas company y ilast Week's =Per
PUBL.IHID EVi ,fY VRIDAY MORNING. iout t est that could i e
done, but it claimed only that
The Teach That Heals rnot be m;.de us cheaply l
Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. as in C (ictgo or New York,
It's the happiest combination of Arnica ever claimed that it
flowers lnd healing balsams ever comr- My complaint was
poaned. No matter how old the eor creased expenrivar
or *lte is, this Salve will cure it. For as an excuse, the
bel Yscalds, cuts wounds or piles, it's or three pruie in
s bolute cure. Guaranteld by all are the nAures- fo
.. yourself

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Wedille Items. New York.... .1
M. EDITOR:---If the Tallahaaseans Chicgo....... .856 ... .2
had beeo at their little sister Woodville, Tallahasee, say .50.... -.8.
the mot important station on the ft. Even at a cMr
Marks branch of the Heaboard Air Line doable that of N h or
railroad, on Friday night, the 22nd of Tallahaseee gau merts
March, they would have Men how much times a much as it 4d n New Yorw
alive s Woodville. or Chicago, and mas than double th
The special occasion wa an enter- coat of manufacture.
tainment of Woodville Camp No 70, CITIZRN.
Woodmen of the World. This enter. -..^^^-I-s
tainment was principally designed to Ten'e, Selt lh m sad E insma.
raise revenue to finish paying for their There are diseases for which Cham
fine new hall. The Woodmen and the berlin's Salve is especially valuable
school authorities have united in erect- It quickly allays the itching and smart
ing a new building for the combined Ing and soon effets a cure. Price 2
use of the Woodmen and Junior High cents. For sale by Tallahassee Drul
School. This building would do credit Co.
to a place five times the size of Wood. .t toC TaxFaxo.
ville. Is it not in order now for Tallas- No to Cit Tn Payers.
see to build a new school house to keep Chapter 8, Seetp 6, of City Laws
pace with her young county town? and Ordinances, nrds as follows: Sec
The building has four large school 6. "All taxes shal be due and payable
rooms on the first floor, an a large on or after the ftrt day of November
hall and one or more smaller rooms to in each and every year, and the Collec
be used as ante-rooms on the second tor shall collect by levy and sale, o
floor. This hall is the Camp of the either real or personal property, al
Woodmen, but is to be used by the taxes that remain unpaid on the firs
school for entertainments and other da of April, in such manner as is pro
purpose when necersary. The entire viedt by the laws of Florida."
building is nicely finished and painted Call on me ai soon as pomsible ant
through out. settle up, as I do not wish to put an]
Prof. Horace H. Fletcher and his as- property-holder to additional coat.
aistants in charge of the school enter. C. Z. FVNN,
trained the large audience for about two 42t (City Collector.
hours with school plays and theatricals Notice of Dlisolatien.
in the first part of the evening. The
plays were entertaining and the pupils, Notice is hereby Kiven that tht
without exception, performed their plim iri firm ,f Phillips & Simpson ir
parts well. Where there were so many it this Jay di'slvo'l by mutual consent
would be dinlicult to slwak of individual and that Mr. It. Phillips of the above
ppilR ind parts. Asa whole, the firm will carry out and fulfill all con
school did well. The clo.saI exercise tra(tsH, andt that he will collect and re-
of the school will followth Friday ('*eilt for all olt fandinlg accounts ant
night the 29th. The Mtde Kivn on asume all li;hilities of said firm.
last Friday night give dtden.e that C V. SIHON,
those who attend the tgular losing it. J. Pnli.l.ll'4.
will be pleased. aPre .
There was observed in the audience L s d r .
quite a number fro Talrlahasse, Su- My clennirig and pressing business is
perlntendent E. B ppand hissiter, now carried on in the up-stairs part ol
Professor W. N. She eslsrs. Keen the Constantine building, nearly oppo.
and VanBrunt from 's store, and site the express oflce. Also sample
others whose name yot cribt did not lineso fine tailoring "made-to-measure
ktrnm. -garments for men on display.
Superintendent Epe made quite an 4tf W. H. FRE'LAND.
Interesting school ta, 4d he made a RL
Iood Impresslo on hi arers Pro- An OrdllaMn
easor hetas came before the
ashool exercises cloee though he Amending Sections 1 and b of Chaptei
had been Invited to m an address on XIV of the Laws and Ordinances ol
woodcraft, he ve rally supposed the City of TallahaMee. Florida,
this part of the en Inment required Adopted June 14, 19)6.
an eduetionala soon beingcalled n. ord, n0,ned h I trA <',, ',upenrJd f IA. .u
to the platform eaded to make a ("vt
very forceful al address brim is-,,oN. IThat Hitkin I .1f aid Chapter XIV
ll of good sue n ato pupils, moth- be and the ame' I. her hy ,,a-ndal c, ar to read
era andall ht nneetlon with the U follow:
shoo l. He fvery little about rAlon i. Each and evry ,licl'man of the
aehoola. He If very little about rCity ,f Talliahat shall ai, hbe an Impounder,
woodcraft, which as diappointing to and ihe Maor hall be empowered to int an
the Woodmen came to hear a dil- Im'ounder with the oonasnt and approval of the
th We- tyounell, for the purpose of enforlng the
ferent kind of a h. prolsons of this Chapter. That it shall be the
After peakln t about 10:30o'clock,= duy ofeh and ever Imilnundler to look up and
t e l er t sumptuoufre p. Impound nan d all horm e mulem, bulls, cows,
hIr 1aIl :rve Iumptuous freeasup- = rIt. sheo and hu found oin at
StoSall pr t was good, and lare, ether with or without driver or other at-
there was e h, and more than iswtetnt. or staked, la the trets, and to keep
enough for at eat, and many large am rols Impoumndl unti all t pnltd er. tat
Sarw and expenses Inrludlng advertisrlg,
basketus h to be carried back to hall haveb tm idi or until diepsed of, as her.
their homes. he chicken, buttermilk Inafr p ide. h Ioponder shali l be ei.
bleuit and ek were especially well k to the fee9 one do lmr herhlafter provided
bikeit rand lk es were especially well o o sh ana taken up and impounded. sueh
cooked Judging from the way some of to Pd h ohner of r uch animal. or out
the Tallihaeieeans partook of theri. of thosedso the sa thereof madeo In eced.-
The young people eptIecially enjoyed m with thepriv,. of this Chapter. and not
the grab bag, for which every one paid Sa a. hat section 5 of Maid hapter XIV b
10 cetts tor the privilege of drawing a and the same li hers~* amended so a to read as
present out of a sack. Many of the follow:
1 8su. I. Any pens wilfully pennittinl any
grabs were nice presents worth fifty hote, mule, bul., ow. Malf. sit. rheeo howor
Sr more. There' wHa no ilanks other .Ile stock tok s at lr either with or with-
there wan a large hunitiii,,noe out a driver or other attend at, or to bet asked. in
O Ithe tri(l n tfsaid o ity shall. upun cmivictkin, he
VOted to the most pI,(pular )otlnfK itn lnut not mrthen ten dollar (or imprimmend not
Present, each vote 'coSlitni tthe nxre than ten das*.
actor ten cents. The young n la( i OfI 'l'li byctl, it Couneil of Tallahase. Florida.
this contest were Misses I. i. Max- "" areh A. I.ILLK.
well and Lala Edwards, teachers in th' Irenmdent .C iy CoIuncil.
school and Heater Williampon. l)Ai.y ^ ",,A., I wiaI J Citr N H a rk.
Atlr d,. W. M. O:NT08n( J.,
errell Mary Ferrell and Katie My w. M.MIN H .
Cox, all popular young ladies of the
community, a waa proven by the en- NOTICE TO OUR FRIENDS AND TilH
thuslasm of their supporters. The PUBLIC GIENRALLT.
young men stood up manfully for their our Man..ner Mr. . W (. ,, having .oml hi
best girls. The cake alone brought tuck in oui cAmpanmy U Mr. J. K. MeNoir, will on
$42.40. Miss L. E. Maxwell receiving th* It or AIri rever hl. lconn.etlo with our
the greater number of votes wasawardd busm. Mr. "'Nair taking r simtacl aa tur.
lWe are ginI to urhoili our reputation for pure
the cake in a brief speech by Professor drugs. pomnpt service and accuracy and will im.
Sheats. The Woodmen realized over uri,, oout rrvire wherever manr us found lackiag.
$100 for their hall on the whole enter- TH ONLY t:IAN(: IN THi MKI U
tainment. which speaks prosperity for Mt. K. w. coulR.
a community of the eie of Wp dvillc We oic it a contauastlrm of your valued patron.
The entertainment as a whole waUn TAt.LAHAMK DRU (.X)MI'ANY
auite enjoyable and a perfect success
Tour reporter was glad he was present, Propesals ee City CerttAcates.
and hopes to be invited next time. I WILL aI RCKIVElv Y THK CITY
X. Y. T D (ouneU aof the *itr of Tail Fl^risar.e
S.... ".. "" |u '10k. Oktnn. thursday April lth, larn.
Chaberlala's Coghl ReIedy il Seth for the purchase or Iloal)y uhrid Cait Cte-
Leakle a*id aectlve. ti a,,s, ut, be i.sud r pyta *ohtli ight
Pant iiltn dimh* a d t-rlartie intd.
Chamberliln's Cough Remedy has no mi. of the cty. T~aLhames. and for
superior for coughs, cold and croup. pIuh L r, Iam The atoal b.
and the fact tha it t s pleasant to take ouat. to b. ie t fa eri lofcs; the and to
and contains nothing in any way Inju- wr Interrtt t o e ator a e dsr a ent per an-
rious has made it a favorite with moth- ,,um, pyable aul. Tha alle horin rrlfrel
en. Mr. W. B. Pelham, a merchant of t" ,s to nA sn r* b tMoereia- wit the
Kirklville, Iowa, says : ''For more Th. ',ly c;onell re*rvre the reght to rejlc
than twenty years Chamberlain's n .anu a1l bF.. ER.
Cough Remedy has been my leading i-r.selM itly Clunrl.
remedy for all throat troubles It ie Al ^.
especially succresful in caise of croup. I A H. WltJAn.r. t'ty Clerk.
Children like it and my custen,,rs who G6ea a'sa Neioce.
have used It will not take any other "TUAToTIRTY
FPor sale by Tallahassee Drug (',. m aI ,(.y lal 4e, I ,,,IN heaTIRt -

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~-^-- -*. --t he oesty Jiiude of Lean kunl. rtrjIg.j
Fo sent. i ,,l iwnnlfion to eL atI private Mi0. th labtet
of K y R l. srdsaw. m iwr. In lad to the ftelW-
A comtortuble 6-room cottage, with tena-d.lerilbl iLds: w of nw a otf SIee.S
kitchen and bath room, within fly, ive iw,,hI i. I R wa.nn*
blocks of Leon Hotel. lient, $16 per uardian of tk IS *t E IL JAAW.,
oiLh. Apply to miner.








Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.

Tallahassee, Florida.

Fancy Work Material a specialty

In the District Court of thN Motbern
District of Florida. In Bakrdptcy.
In toe matter of. L. Thsoe-A Volutar
aI kIupt.
To the Credl r*e f R. 1. TLea. IkuM. Mead-
Ing at FantnI. Levy County, t i to
Notice s hereby iriven that W I
of the erditors will le had on f-i oiy
April. A. D. 1917 at Tallash t 10
O'clock. A. M. for the purpose of seMelas m
Truste' report of the ale of i enat end
other property ; for hearing the oul-t's appi-
cation for diarharse. for- payrh g -
the estate: orderin the paayment of e d
doing anything further that may Igro rly eo
before sed moetlnr.
Dated March list, 1ir. 4-tt

If your blood Is impure, tbin, disesed betor
full of humor. If you have blood peaon, eonoer,
rarbunelek, etin iores. scrofulhas es-a, Ith-
insi., rising and bumms, scabby, pimply sIIn.
bnme pain,, catarrh. rheumatinm, or any skin
ndisane take Botanic Blood DBai (B. B. B,)
oon all wre hel. achem and paidn stop and the
blotil Is mad* pure avl rich. Drus ts or boex-
lr.e $1 per lrr* bottle. 8mOple free by wrltin
Bld Bam Co., Atlanta. Ga. B. B. B. is espe-
cially advised for chronic, deep-seated cae. as It
cure. after all ele fais. 40-1yr
Notice for Publicatlen.
February 4. 19,I.
Notice oi hereby glivn that John W. Hamln, of
Newport, Fla.. ha filed notice of his intentkio to
make fnal eomamuttion proof in support of his
claim, vis: Hometead Entry No. 7 3 made
Septmnb erS. I1, for the 8E%. 8eetlon U. Town-
ap 2 R, Rg i I.. and that id proof will be
mad befo Clerk Oinmtt Court, at Tallahassee,
Ira. on Marebh IW.
He ames the slotwin witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, ve:
A. M. Alexan.r, .. Whaly,. D. Andrews. J;
H. Iwrey, of Vers. ra.
HsIaY S. CHUIs. Register.
fir.t-clams Wooden bdn e to eroea the St.
Marks river at or ar "Horne' Crauing." in
section nine (9), towahip two (X) aouth. of range
two (I) emat will be received by the Board of
County Commimelonev of L on oanty. Florida.
at the office of the elerk of the circuit court, up to
10 o'clock a. m. Tueady, April 2nd, 1907. Submit
your bihd for both al-heart pine and aio for all-
hrt eyprem timbers. For plans and spedifls-
tlons, m W. A. Reister commissioner of district
No. K. at Woodvlll. Floidas
I The Board reeves the right to reject any or
all bid.
Attest- HENRY T. PEIt.KL.

Clerk of Board.
Tallahame. Fla., March 6. 1907. -4t
In the Circuit Court of Florida, 2nd
Circuit for Leon County. In Chan- THORO
Alte H. Rre O plainant. vs. Charles W.
Rogers. D Ie adnt-- oe
It having been ma to appear by the alldavit
of the soleltor of the omplplnant that the rM-
dones of the defendmtCharlek W. Ro s. isnot In
Flortida but is at Mentemmwry. Ala.. within the
United State and that ttowa is no p mn i the
tat* of Florida the errie of a subpoena upon
whom would bind the d defendant, and that the
said defendant is over twenty-ona year of al e
It is therefore ordered that the said defendant
Charle W. Roars. aand he Is hereby. required
to Ib and a pear to rid bill at Tallahasee,
Florids, on Monday, April the let. 1W7, and
that this order tbe aHd one a week for four
co,newutivP week the True Dmocrat, a new-
aiopr pibllehud in the city of Tallahassee. tn
the Htato of Florlda.
Witness. lH.enry T. PFlkel. Clerk of aid Court
and the seal thrrw f this th day of February. A.
D 1907.

Clerk Circuit Court.
A true r i.v
Attc*t twary T. FnLxUL.
1.4t Clerk CIrenlt Court.


levI 4m

the rp


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To Put On Day

as soon rA sfent order can be obtained
from consumer for Electric Motive Powe.
Heatin, Cookdg, Ironing, Fas, etc. .
C. H. ELLIS, e-upe6intndent of.the
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnih any
information desired. Give him your order
and report to him any defective service. P.
0. BOX 472. .



City Electric Light Pla





APRIL 2nd.. 3rd.



AND 4th.


APRIL 2nd. -Landing of Ponce de Leon
APRIL 3rd.--Founding of the City by Menendez
APRIL 4th.---Transfer of the City to United 8tatee

Scores of other Magnificent Attractions, Including Night Attacks o0
Old Port by Gen. Oglethorpe. Elaborate Pagents, depicting the Middle
Ages, Brilliant Balls at Palatial Hotels. A City of Enchantment. Torpo
do Boat Flotilla, Soldiers, Indians Beautiful Decorations and Illumination.
This Great Entertainment will represent a lavish expenditure sad
will portray some of the most important events in the History of America.
It will be worth a trip over thousands of miles. Visit St. Augustineduring
the first week in April.





Very Best Service

Reasonable Price.

FRANK W. DUVAL, Mgr. and

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We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle

man's profit Our prices are right. and be convinced.

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p i enst to start a mkik'nt you ttle im-
lu benak to hefti 1 naicel anat
SB dotW I-o'ra ci*aem pocke
it I- Ife resist the We
e^ S $w o f a ho ill deposit NsI" to
SIt~ms wlitMh thirg irelp of bank. T to you
em ib opened by us.
tlo=r* bied to k knewlj bW m you can save in five b cane
o f ryi0% &g M a" deoultint ini a
It L iOse to save money kthe house, because there loss by
thiesI Id and beside It isno mSt But place it with us Im
thig W pay 8 per cent atereat on a Doar and upwards. are
fbtyr eof Apr and October.
eilow we give a table showing how m vIW will accumulate in fve years, comapOl on a ba-
sis of 8 working days in the year, at 8 per nt interest.
Am'tdAitdl. Interest earned. Total am't
10e per y for 5 years--................ ..................1.14.... ........ 1.64
2me per cay for 6 year.... ........ -...--- ..-..-- .. -- 22 ...... .. -........ M.
25 per cay for 6years-....---. -----.......... .................. 2.8............ ---------------41.10
80 pe cay or5years................ ---.-------.--...... 8.42-.... ............ 80.
Sper cy for 6years....- .. .... I- L5-..... ............ 56.70.................... 888.10
100e per cay for 5 ypar.................1, ........-..- ...- 111.40.................. 1,l.40
The capital etock of the savings blank is $0,000.00 with individual' deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held *trIet r confidential.
Call and get one of these little bean whithe supply lasts.




Hon. J. W. Edwards, of Jeflerson,
was among his Tallahassee friends
again yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cobb are visiting
Mrs. DeBery and their hosts of Talla-
hassee friends.
Only one more day until Easter, go
to Burns & Co. for Hats, Shirts, Neck-
wear and everything in Men's Furnish-
ings. 6
Sauls Brothers, contractors, have
just completed a nice job of painting
and other work in their line at the resi-
dence of Mr. W. C. Lewis.
Mrs. F. G. Byrd and two daughters.
little Misses Catherine and Evelyn, of
*,'Atlants, Ga. amin the etty for a visit
to Mr. and rs T. B. Byrd.
Rditor L'Engle, of The Sun,will pub-
lsh daily issue during the Legislature.
Subscription, $1.00 for the session. It
will' be live and upto-date, and we
wih him success with it.
In future Dr. Armstrong will be as.
sisted by an able specialist along the
line of ear, nose and throat trouble,
making it possible for him to handle all
forms of eye, ear nose and throat
trouble, while in the past he handled
only eye and nervous troubles. 6
Material is being placed on the.
grounds and Child Brothers will rapidly'
put to completion the nice Carnegie
Library building at the Colored Normal
sad Industrial School, the contract for
which was recently awarded to them by
the Board of Control
When Burns & Co. cannot furnish
what you want in Footwear it is useless
to try elsewhere, for they carry the lat-
st styles in Men's, Women's and Chil-
dren's shoes, and have recently added
a full line of Children's Canvass Shoes
in Color. 5
Miss Lucile Fleming, of the Female
College, will leave Saturday for Colum-
bla, 8. C.,where she goes as a delegate
to the Kappa Alpha Chapter of Kappa
Delta Fraternity, in the annual conven-
tion, which meets in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Garrison, of Cort-
land. New York, spent several days in
Tallaassee last weqk and was much
pleased with our nice spring weather
and beautiful flowers. They will prob-
ably visit Taliahassee again next sea-
Dr. Armstrong will be associated
breafter with Dr. A.W. Underwood, a
medical doctor and specialist formerly
0 of Philadelphia. By this association the
Doctor will handle all forms of ear,
noe and throat trouble, in addition to
the regular work of eye and nerve
tnmbis. They will make professional
visits on the first Monday of each
Baoth. 5
Mrs. C. A. Cay returned from Jack-
sonville Tueday night, where she had
ne with Mr. Cayto be with Col. Ray-
amod Cay who baa been severely ill
for se dys. While the Colonel was
somewhat improved when- Mrs. Cay
left, Hon. C. A. Car thought best to
rale miner with bis brother. Their
beets of Tallahaum friends regret the
iiness of the Coloel, and wish for him
a speMdy and safe retoral to good
eaMb. Later-Hon. C. A. Cay re-
tured last nicht and reports the Col-
end mskh better.

Dr. Ar troag has two patients who I
*w e kbdlr clr ed I-a than three I
i; aies are. In s wnid today
t.. 7I e Derfftly .irait. The
S. wb Isad thoa dtorabout 20
Nich os m under
swhiese treW m gradually
Su4r tP o te naIper-.
:.PS'S. q- -

G. E. LEWIS, Voe-Prerident.

Go to P. 1'. Nicholson for bracelets, Hon. John H. Patterson, of Chaires,
the latest style .s. 4 was in the city again Wednesday.
All Tallahasseeans re::ret that the Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bethel returned
Auditing Department of t, (G, F. & Friday, after a pleasant visit to his old
A. R R. necessitates the roving to Key West home,
Bainbri'lie of Mr. W. H. C.rrol and his Mr. W. J. R. Lee, of Woodville, was
family, and they carry the best wishes among our pleasant visitors Wednes-
of our people with them. day.
Dr. Gen. H. Gwynn's cttage, at Mr, W. P. Etheridge, now court
"Rocklanding' Panacea Sprirngs. Fla.. stenographer for Judge Call's Fourth
for rent or for sale; furni; ed 'e~'n- Judicial Circuit, is in the city visiting
plete. 4-tf Hon. and Mrs. W. V. Knott, and the
Brother John M. Caldv.fll. o:' tie Jas- many other friends he made while he
per News, is among 'he legslaitors and was stenographer to Governor Jennings
his Tallahassee friends. in thi city.
Get the habit and wear a signet ring. Gen. J. Clifford R. Foster adjutaht
P. T. Nichoison has them. 4 general of the teoof Florida, accom-
Mr. J. A. Wethrington, of the Wa- porida by the esotr delay rt from
ciss company, was in the city yester- lumbia 8. 0. to attmd the meeting of
day and made us a gle isant visit. the Nationa Guad Associaton. -
Dr. G. P Henry, of DeFuni-ck, mayer rimes-Union, March 26.
of that city, and a me,nb-r ,of the legis-
lature, sesion of 1899. died suddenly at Capt.W. D. Loomis, wife and daugh-
home at 6 o'clock Monday He was ter, who spent their winter at The
well known and uiusu-Al y lovud and es- Leon hotel in this city, as has been
teemed. their custom for a nutpber of years,
left during the week for their,
While getting remidy for Easter do Wilkesbarre home. They have hosts of
not forget your hair. (;Gt a set of friends in Tallahassee, who always dia-
combs to keep it up. P. T. Nicholson, like for their time to depart to arrive.
the jeweler, has a Hfne selection. 4 Fact is, they are like home folks to our
WANTED---Summir hor-.ler4; res'ful, people now.
shady place; no m >squito *s: plenty Parties have dropped bottles into
chickens, milk, egl!s, vegetables; good Lake Jackson's sink. Before start-
rooms; horses and vehicle?. On main ing through on their journey to
line S. A. L. MRS. J. J. WILLIE unknown regions, they enclosed mes-
5-8m Lloyd. Fla. sage. stating the date of their depart-
ure and requesting the finder to return
Miss Lucy T. Pond. who haw been the same to the offce of "The True
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Zoiler, Democrat," Tallahasse, Fla. We
for the past month, will return to her shall ind be pleased to receive them
home in Albany, G(,e.rroia. ext week and inform our readers about the ter.
Miss Pond is a chirmin-r 1 iv and has minus of thee new lines of communi-
made many friend, while' iii T4llahasee cation with some as yet unknown re-
who, will welcome he: re.uri to our glon. Australian and Chinese papers
city. please copy.

1 I I I I I I I I I II I I I

Annual Entertalammet.
On Thursday afternoon, April 4, 07,
the ladies of the Tallahassee Literary
Club will give their friends an Indian
reception, from 4 to 6 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. T. M. Shackleford. A'
cordial invitation is extended to the
Lost an PoeuId.
Lost, between 9:30 p. m., yesterday
and noon today, a bilious attack, with
nausea and sick headache. This loss
was occasioned by finding at all drug
stores a box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills, the guaranteed cure for bilious-
ess, malaria and jaundice. 26c.
Hon. John R. Willis wasu elected to'
the State senate in Levy county. In-
asmuch at Editor Parmer is an advo-
cate of the Everglades drainage proio-
sition this, his second defeat, seems to
indicate that Levy county is very much
opposed to the "big ditch" and its advo-
cates.-White Springs Herald.
For Sale.
At a low price to a quick buyer, one
of two lots; fine location.
6-2 W. D. WILSON.
To Rest,
Two furnished rooms. Apply to Mra.
W. G. Moor, 216 Virginia street. 5 tf


W D Pratorl
Punera Director c

Lcenaeed Embalmeo.-

Open Dayi ea N. Ib. 13,

Fin Cotton Seed!
Cott from the above Seed
sold las ear at 121 cents e
pound, t same day that other
cotton so at 9j cents, grown
for C. E. ley
or sale by

VanBrunt & Demilly.

VenlU-rn, eretUWelsr

Now is the to send In your or-
IA ders for Fertilr for
Irwr ato u4 Chi Corn,
TM IKM YM Hav Alwna BM| W.l Te1,^
ISwatermoa ,a
Beu thea ao vey kind.
signature of Ca.1 Jaur S' 7A.if ims, Asnt.
January 22, 190m7-4Bt,

You Will Be Safe
I i i I

On your Summer Clothing if It has the

lable of the well

known and reliable

firm ot

Fine Clothes Makers,
Baltimore and New York.
l i "II I I I

In these goods you get

the best of

workmanship by expert Tailors, and

there is nothing left out.

Before you

buy examine what we have, its a pleas-
ure to show you.





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UoUe 0. COUMLLI, Publihser.
-=Sub-- Sject- Sidewasls.
PtUILISIED EVIRY FRIDAY MORNING. We will this week commence the
-- manufactureof cement sidewalk bilek.
UST OF MEMBERS We will make only a rtdeasUw boak
L 1 T r OF PI MD R ,,:and they will be fuUu f
NEXT LEGISLATURE I Y th,! manufacturers. W"
Sc5A,.t to m ake the above M [
SJet you know in the nrn
ir laper, ;,t which time we
Sesslor Caveel Tuesday, April 2d, your walk will be worth'
17. i Th.*se bhlork, when
;arf the most economy
STATE HENATK. walk, for they can be
District 1-ThoE' F. West, Milton. laidl without injury to'
2 -John S. Beard, Periac,ioa. 5-tf GILUMO ) Co.
3 J o h n N e e l, W e s tv ille r ~o- "pB
4 Theop. Went, Marianna. Aprea Sale T
5 A. J. Alford, (Crrabwlle.. The King's Daught d an
6 James E. Broome, Quincy. apron sale in the Court se yard
7- Park M. Trarnmell, Lake- Tluesduy, April 2, from 2 to o'clock n ,
land the atlternoon.
H- John W lfr'1,Trswon, Talla- Aprons of every deNcrifIf0i,'from the ,
ha'nce ;Jdaintiest fancy apronir toJn most sub-
9 W. K .Jackon, Inverness stantial work aprons for ouAt keepest, t
10-o C. L. LegKett, Greenvill. I nur ~a and servants, wfll be on sale.
11 Jumts E Crane Tampa. i During the afternoon dukes of every
12 E. I, (ottrell, Old Town. kind, ,ce cream .herbeta and delicious
13 F. M. If udson, Miami. homemade carriess will al1o be on sale.
14 V. F'. (one, Lake City. The King's Daughters are foremost
1, .1. H. Crews, I,ake Hutler in charitable undertaki1, their special
; Thomran S. IDavis, Fernan- charge being the mullea nce of the
dmi,. hospital and caring feQ the sick and
17 J. I. Newlan, Live Oak. poor. and it in hoped thl this sale will
IH 11. II. Buckman, Jackson- be liberally patronized py the citizens
ville, of Tallahassee.
19 louis C. Massey, Orlando. _. -- -- '
20 -I. H. iaker, Orange The Local p.I
Home. The local paper shalld be found in f
2 -John R. Willis Bronson. every home. No child should grow up
't2--W. M. Girardeau, Monti- ignorant who can be taught to appreci-
cello, ate the home paper. It is said to be
23-1. N. Withers, Ladylake. the stepping-stone of intelligence. Give 1
24--W. Hunt Harris Key West. your children a foreign paper, which
26-8. W. Clark Blountstown contains not a word about any person,
26- E. S. Crill, Palatka. place or thing which they have ever
27-Jos. H. Humphreys, Bra- seen or heard of, and how could you
dentown. ever expect them to become interested?
28- Frank W. Sams, New But let them have a home paper read
Smyrna. of people whom they meet and know,
2--E, E. Canova, Sanderson. of places with which they are familiar,
S30-Frank Adams, Jasper. and oon an Interest is awakened which
81--Lewis W. Zim, St. Augus. inerases with every arrival of the
tine. lecal paper all their live, and they be-
32- H. H. McCreary, Gaine* come intelligent men and women, a
ville. credit to their ancestors, and strong in
the knowledge of the world.-W6stern
l achua- T. A. Doke, Santae; Syd Health la the Caaal Zere.
L C a r te r G a in e s v ille .. . .. .
kw CartCer, Cobe Olvle The high wages paid make it a
Bradford-E 8. ttbhew, t4k ..., mighty temptation to our young arti-
HI ad. C. Pf E. S. Duk sans to join the force of skilledwork-
Br-. P er .-plesn ues. .. men ne ded to construct the Fanama
rlvard ---Wade iH. Jonls1ituville. (C:nal. Many are restrained however
ahoun-A. Max Wilson., Blounts- by the fear of fevers and malaria It
town is the knowing ones -thoae who have "I
Citrus---J. W. Knight, FlolS ity (l Electric Bitters--who go there
Clay---J. I. long, Gtren ovewithout this fear well knowing they
w bila.--nM. a. Knight, ke City. are safee from malarious influence with :j
h. L. Avant, Wo W.hit, ue poison too biliousness, weakness and
DdeS-John W. W son. all stomach, liver and kidney troubles
k o- H. Hooker, adiaM- Guaranteed by all druggists., r4k. [
.Duvl_ I.Y,.. Ferri and M .
___ Jam a-- -..----,

1aoambia -R. P. lIeene PennacolI ;
I. O. Baggett, McI)avido,
ranklin---J . ( Grgs. ApHluchi-
dmden-J H Willis, incy; W. L.
Tallor, Branchville.
Hamilton-John Bradinw, Jennings;
L. 0. Register, Jaupr. r
Uernando-C H. Wl )n, Ilrooknville.
illabor --W. W. K. ecker, 'Tampa;
Jon R. Dudley Plant Aity.
Holmres-D. J. Paulonlfy.
Jakson Ed Willl (raceville;
H. C. Neel, Bacom.
Jelson-l. D. i' ke, Monticello;
J. D. Thompeon, Ll
Lafayette-D. G. eiger Mayo.
Lake--. P. Klkiland, Altoona; .. V.
i lllt, Leesbun
l-F J. ln, Huckingham.
-A. 8. Wella and (illbrt liarts-
S-J. N. illb, Willinton.
Sy- D. JohnwMn, Bristol.
Rowe, Madison; R
1s. aville.
-A. J. Pettigrew, Mauiaitre.
LI. L. Wartman, Citra, G;eo.
0* a we, Ocala.
-C. L. Knowlen and W. II
Jr Key West.
a- A. A Olilvle, (Callahan;Jak.
L lkina, Ferandmlna.
e-G. W. Crawford. Conway;
Atmethy, Orlando.
ola--A. Donegan, Kiaslrmee,
R, J. M Cuteheon Dade City.
k -W. J. Drrmnce, tort Mead;
I W Snell Winter Haven.
Putnam-H. A. MeKensie, Palatka;
V A. Russell, Crenent City.
Santa Rosa J. H. Harvell, Bagdad;
J. Pealen, Oak Grove.
lt. John, C. J. DuPont, Matanzan;
W. McWillimam, St. Augustine.
St. Lucie Clamude Olmistead, Fort
Btmter W t' Kllgore, Wild-
Wanntie W, It. I)Donnan, I.ivt
P); W. II MCI(,liih. W'ellK)rn.
lor 1. J. itElll. 'r, I'erry.
oiaV Wni S. l'arkinson, Jnytona;
SMtorion, Ilarlmrville.
Wlakulla S P l<{li e.l,,,rv, SoI)-
t on J. 11 Ii cliburK, I.aurl 111ll
S.mhingou W. II. L.a as r, Ver-
S Notice ef rh111m Flat.
: raent of the Interior, I'nimt
Land Offce, GainesvIllne, '...
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Notice. i herby given tiat Towtilwhii
.*, b R. 26 E, has been survcyel;
i the plat of survey will tw fII tI in
tl offce at 9 o'clock a m. on the tloth
Sof April next. and that mn and af-
tch dy we will be prepared to re-
--lve pplko for the entry of mland
An mead'chip.
BMNRY 8. CHiton, Regaster
Sllus L WARIEN. Receiver
s' m: a Taw Damocrat.
Ih ^ '.. :-a ".\ .'. ,. ,

Frem Far Off Oregon.
CLATRKANIE, March 12, 1907.
Mr. J. (G. Collins, Tallahanee, Fla.
Esteemed Friend: Yourn enclosing re-
ceipt, etc., came to hand yesterday, and
I hasten to answer and comply with
your request by sending the enclosed,
($2.00). 1 have been highly gratified
with the stand you have taken and am
glad to believe that much go4K has re-
sulted from the course you have pur-
sued. The T. D Is a welcome and r-Kgu-
lar visitor. Its contents always noted
with Interest,
We are happily located here and have
found here, aselsewhere, a host of kind
This being a lumbering country, you
would expect the rough element to be
well represented. It seems that here
extremes met.
At our last election we voted on the
question of Wet or Dry, but only suc-
ceeded in carrying three precincts; but
as one of them was the county seat, we
felt we had gained a point. AU are
usually well. With esteem and hoping
for your success, your friend,

Help Wanted.
Ten Bright, Intelligent Fami-
lies to Learn to Work in Cotton
Mill. Comfortable home, good
wages, healthy surrounding,
Stood school facilities on grounds.
Only persons of gsood character
need apply.
Z. M. FLOYD, Supt.,
PELHAM, GA. 1-5t

Wanted, at Once!
Competent and Reliable
Stenographer. Steno-Book-
Keeper. Steady position to
right party with ood con-
cern located in Tallahassee.
Young lady preferred. Ap-
ply at once.
Tallahnssee Waterworks Co.
Fe r let.
large, furnished front rnn for rent.
Modern conveniences. Apply No. 7
W. ('Cli on at. 49-t
Frue Oyters.
I will have freeh oysters every day
until April lst. Orders from my cu.
tomers will receive rompt attention.
fTrlMi MAvNu.
1Ta h-of Is ke
A1| to. 1
1^, 01 ^V..; .**. ~~A

Orbr ,4 -,
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Special Rates o toLeslatowe a

*m~aa mama Dam 4S*Ua a IIm

Its od U1Mi oil elements he-
n strfgthena the lunp
Mayf people Inherit weak l f
rhich are likely to be attackld by
consumption. So also are ImUa
weakened by disease or by a ta$bbora
hacking cough.
Vinol, which to a real cod llver Wre
iratlon with all the useless oil U ad.
nated ad toolo Iron added, str~ the
eDI weak himp and gives o e the
power to throw off wasting daslae..
We ask every person eeriatom
roam weak lunag, stubborn baodkng
coughe or any wasting diseaM to try
Vbat on our guarantee.
alilIham Drug Coarpy,

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Dr. M. F. Gourley Propr.

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

Talhi..s, F4A

Table Supplied


meals 251Cunto.

Lo4dga 25C23 Ca"i.



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


Confeotioner 1 Crooer

1(7 ( IINTON ST1.

Economy Fence 1
If you intend to do Fene-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
Sthe sale of the Economy
Fence, and know it to be
the very

Prompt Delivery.


Telephone 83t.

060 6W1 6am

Child Brs Building and Lumber Co.,

BEST and


Ph" a" *- twfo liked. AS kbIftsat bu~iba oo
I ma -. st su kai -o -" d ow" %no%

aw soft Inurin a" tmed &ad seou Ewe* omf f e. dsi
Olms MO*. &d m O~m.*bOwsale

orde ne res. lrmpt
Is b an bw min estay pafttleua.
GU bk mi like Teedr esml~ tr
POgb Oo sd wb.T o
ILII, aw
P"Ous W.

atteti... We unesag"*eowu
Seabgid Air IAM n UtemBM 4
P6 66 00

Old Kemper Livery Stables.

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Under New Management.

S AV I)! !
50 per cent of your Shoe Dl by by avin ,
A. R. S. TW E '
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guarat. ,
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the \
Cleaning. Dyeinr and Pressing. First-Clas Workmen do this wos. Tl
suit made new Iir little money. FirstClase Tailor Repairs and M CW"M
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 342 CttORa St. TPKEI -MS .bEt, 2

Fwrech ln~'Iwu

TA LLA Ht~fftZ,:
Mve.M.~ C. butl~u.
Ps'opwitoz'o e


Can be built for less than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville. Florida.

Jelt. D. Perrell,


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

A portion of the public
patronage Is sollcied
and satlsfactlona uarean



Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work ift the line of
Roofin. utteringnv, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my uat-
rona. .. . .


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*a. ow so" pa

aUt~ rlav ymSrrs~wt br
ft Iids l pethu

flsta bWWto'be srw. n
rhWVO.UUJ ant' ade from1
pet~~t aateb h yvrywatmetf
&* s to be hw mart o
14P 'HU ~~td make um MWv
I &w my emmw owt a, faded Itmm
pot in tmbb al Um very wustestt
ow s mao that I m P w s ort 90

bed vwalle his o' daddy's honed
eat in Deaer, an' the storr's
meotar--t'll erua h poor el
*n rp. WrSon. ys might breaktht
,t'. but it doesn't r what
S M --ebaW tM e

warm days of spring bring
esire to get out and enjoy
5r and sunshine
o bet e booed 'up all
ht out and ybo wonder*
rse n from. The heav
sl thrown aside
d lannels. Then a cold
,mad peoup le -that grip is
a na than in mid-winter, as
k w1il e dancer of pneumonia.
ChambierIsia5 Cough Remedy,
I .Mo, Y will have nothing to
SIt always cures, and we have
laown a cold to result in pneu-
*ita w*a it was used. It is pleasant
Safe to take. Children like it.
Saale by Tallatassee Drug Co.
amlm TaUa$assee Ay Drug Stores?"
SSome weeks ago The True Democrat
ei&vedv a letter from a subscriber in
WJtLlsla county, asking "if TaUahauee
b Ianay drug store?" and stating the
writer had looked over the paper a
B mber of time to, find their advertise-
mts. Now, ke that hint, Mr. Drug-
gt, and maybe it will pay you to think
m@Me along that line. It is not our pur-
3:wy in this, however, to comment on
~: U, for we started out merely to say
: tt in the recent general shuffling up
o drug clerks in Tallahassee, they are
Sal now located and holding positions as
a Mr.J. E. McNair is a stick-holder
SCand manager of the Tallahassee Drug
SCompany, and Mr. Edgar Brown is his
Sassstaant while Mr. Guy Haynes slings
ol drinks at their fountain.
Messrs. D. F. Baggs and G. W. Ben-
'ott are with the klalkcom Drug Co.,
le Mr. R. W. CoLb will go with the
Capital City Pharmacy, and Mr. R. W.
Sholles with the Balncom Drug Co.
The Hardee-Smith Co. will soon have
with them, to assist Mr. Fred Hardee,
another good man. Success to them all.
For RentI
Furnished rooms, with use of bath-
room, opposite the Capitol. Apply to
Mts. Joseph D. Wilson. 4-4t
II. 7

C. B.S


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'The same Furniture for less M .o

If you value your hardkearned Doar

it will pay you to examine my t

and get prices before buying.: i

have some special values in MattIts

Rugs and Iron Beds.

New Furniture for Old.

a trial and be convinced.

Will exchange

1 Give me


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


P. 0.




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

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

Have You Seen

Our Toasters?
You can toast four pieces of Bread, on
both sides, in two minutes. On sale at
the Gas Office, 30cts each. Let us send
You one now. -

Gas Company.

I. '_. -


Prlie and Spociflcations Upon ReqUest.

of the very highest quality,'of exquisite
design and workmananip, comprising
chains, crosses, brooches, pins, pen-
dants, etc., all being articles of adorn-
ment of the moQt chaste character,
especially adapted for Easter wear, are
u ow being shown at my store, where
your desires will be consulted in every
respect and the best service rendered,
thereby saving you time and money.

A Cup ef White sEe wr s rM eLabel
meca aMd Java Cea
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and ovM
one knows that only good groom kep
good coffee. We take special pride t
our brands, as they have made er
store fmous. Just a good as the sl.
fee we aell are teas, which prinple
holds good throughout our entire stash.
We sell nothing but the best of food
products-th we have tested our-
selves, and sdtcan stand by them.


The action of diges-
tion is controlled by
nerves leading to the
stomach. WVhen they are
weak, the stomach is de-
O prived of its energy. It
as no power to (do its
work. If you want per-
m;anent relief. 'on must
restore this energy. 1Dr.
Miles' Nervie, restores
nlervoLs energy, and gives
the organs ,)power o per-
form their fund Iios.
Sn Ir"For many yeairl I : ;ii ''
suffer y from ncri%~ u *l." rH ; :It
. timrn I w&~A o n es ,ln-'i nt hli,' : i *rn I
a lmamt a Ibarden. I tri-n nil klln+l-e f
S*Indi a*ld -varloio i,'nii ih l:iri, with
S HtUen or no relief, uztl ,o rIlrlit Iit
m.. Mnr I saW Dr. Mil'e Nervinoe ne
IIart Cure adverti*.d. I rp-lvoed to
a, ke one more tritJ which I did in
S e purrehao of one h,,ttl" ..f N.rvfse
d one of If(eart Cure'. In rt [f w day'
St n to f*el e Itt.r,. wh!.'h .nroour-
ma s)e so much that I .;,ntinue'd the
o lrno until I had tak. n mr r- tllan
bottlns. I am very mueh Im-
In every yar; in bowy, mind
t 6 Dt'rflt lne. I tmakeR a n pe-lal
Mat S recomnwn4 the medicine., ane
Sa sincre plca&ure In knowing
several peronna have hewn bene-
I joue h v rsremmenda tion."
S j MELTON. Ashvtie. N. C.
Mi es' Nervlne Is old rb yeur
w will gu rasnt tht the
W"I" "l i f t Sili thsNot
M al Co69.kbart, Id

An ounce of Pre'

vention is worth a

pound of Cure.

13 WP *a, i~cci h~nalth iMan anytny c, v r L' -
2)0) I :. *.'I t'f ), rMlI wI l !i t r;xe' tt.b 'I I,.!
i .i, Ii'azvlnr .,TTvIn; i
I lcrl'.in iL; puret-I v.'r'(8lfl corit, '
vrou aa 2i, C I Is r urgattIveT


Does 1W

k PLEAS''%,

rj.~ ~

We Cl. im.

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v; 1,*~'~

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a' tcr(
* .petlra

-- r!'~!.C iLE'

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Don't Have Your
Cart Work OT()''C1EI)
At the Mill.
I build them under a
( uarantce,have built
hundreds ami build
nimore ever dav.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. )lox 4.
Tallahassee, I lrida.
~tp X ---D~, ~
choice e FI'resli Brt'ad
;ind Izolls vevrv 'for sale by) the: lca(d-
ipg (Grocers



Se" John collins for ob Printing.

Made under Section 2A, Chapter 4i11r. .a s d
FIlorela, r huwing the anwiunt uf tMA,91* c
to the Tax ('ulrcttor of IAMn cVOctIty.
to be collewtowd for the current year 1151.
tht. apml ri ionmrl, eof c t tho '411] 1ei to t I he
Tutal Tna Yia1r !1414
Ant iIut i' e*.'t.Ma.t.S1(
litI a I,( t~Iij!,~ 'N
A 1'1') 1. k) % EN .2

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Application for Discharge as Execs.
-1 l'e'tl that I *I.,n t he u h ehy
iEwqte tier *fm ic IU.t lt IlI ntl4I td I tl i ,' cft IlarrII&
1) Ilart!. i d-"..eeel. t- shrck'uuciity Judei of Lees
r"11111Yr. Flocrl'Im. lit T1.11ah- " )'kbi, elwfw
II.) f tor a.11OlafAir KrG b meuir x.
Iiit1Ji1 *lf li-4Wt WAi SIA 1 testmi for Itsrvt
ID. If!i It. *lei'e-a..q.i
The swe'lt-At line of bracelets ever
brought te' Tallahwisee at. NiCboLsm.
toe jeweler




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Mosq ito Canopies,

Water Coolers,

Ice Cream Freezers.


Cox Furniture Company.

I -

S' Machines S


the Name, "STANDARD."

Our Agent is going to Call on You.
Our Agent Is Going to Call on You.







We Can Furnih
Anything from a

Road Cart or a Light Buggy to
a Turpentine Gear or Log Truck

and' I

You'll find

Supplies for Any Machine Kept
Always in Stock.




are likely to want right Rere,

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rivaled for ,variety


U5WjFflIY TIiWjh



m m I as as

Call and see them.


Clinton Streets,
Tallahassee, Fla.



Wes'le going~rr
a I .1 r p'aga~g WiPL
A VILSURN aI-vapspies1, a ~P~M
and we th kind, of ilk. tht are hithiag upr odp ." iving bhe thekr Mu*VIm=.
N', ., 1 b4wa illj a r aI-wI..,-,o )a rveif ne 010 of tb.. d. Is 0 1 bee
l! fa- .,V. We s.kvitwi Id t- ou 1! tbgw:a.o. lU enwg coft ymalis~
bAI uI. zisbtit h's wvk 4IUe SAa it Cobt&L
We're ogoi ntotll yie nwlanthe c -r ccie %. C crue *uianee wbVFW
warvn looks l Tat v I f oth.?. v fe 0 i >-4wzJ t to
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