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:
June 28, 1907
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


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

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VOL 8.


ood OowermnMt; Hooty to PubaMle Office;I

SFRIDAY, JUNE 28s1907.


Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.

SmAOWN LK 4#AON whw t we SS


Hel. M. Holloway, state mper- te -mu ui r d the
lateuiesm t. pubil lastraction, arrived gftPieml ssit,
a t. city yesterday, and is a aest of whr. 'a a2 e M
the Amrag. Th-s. H. and
Whm sM by a Times-Union report- Mr. Hayward t power the
tli lai FlorMs for the next two BI J. D. Coy a"d D ebpc4 wife
be S reopia andpopular so, J. -ID.O- -rm.hware
;attheir cottae while Mr. ..d Mrs.
em b id of the abo D. Lut t Misses MeGrf and
I ,em sainoo eerrc t tristhe w ds were at tihe MeGrI cottage,
jrus a nt cannot be a d aboutightees Gddeiidd ateswert

mapppriatede for the 4Uni ot the Miss Ol via Shaw, Mrs. J. H. MeJenk-,
wate n. I the nIs s s ens and J. N. Joe, of Quly; C N.
f Institute for the Blind^, et Mce i anid family of Asmoreal T
and the Colored Normal Holme of th cit R. 0. Col ns of
,Soot.m is amount sM0,711 48 w Qofcy Mr. He W. Wa L wick ofd R.G.
oeofthaor nt appropriated b ... o ..o D. Pre
o gof ehf th M olivier, of hlgD J. H. MeJ G Cank.

othe lemgatreFed bif l J.JH. Fenn and R. B. Cof Qu y; C: N.
aoven f amed SeaS McLaurin t M family, of Ashmore T
wCl thloo een mumsal 0. Holmes of thiscity; R. 0. Colhiri

erecting much-neededin ion city; Mr. Myers, of Pelham; Mrs. J. C.
the a v-namd in be titutioe edCaskill and son and C. E. Parker, of
Woder the bale management of the BainbridL ; while Mr. and Mrs. D M
oardof Control, Florida will have Lutzs an their guests added much to
f dof ur.educ atial insthe the life and pleasure of healthful Pan-
tour educational ntitutions inferior acea, one of the very best resorts on
to none n the gulf coast for rest and fun;
FoR COMMON SCHOOLS. and we will not close this without men-
"I'he amount appropriated for the im- tioning the courtesies and pleasant mo-
provement and betterment of the comn- ments Captains Mooring, Metcalf,
mon schools Is $348,000, being divided Wilson and Chasen gave us, all of
as follows: For rural graded, junior whom own trim motorboats and carry
and senior high schools, $130,000; for fishing and bathing parties whenever
two months' extension beyond the reg- and wherever they wish to go.
ular term of those schools which shall Mr. Hall has recently sold several
make an average attendance of 80 per more lots, and preparation are being
cent of the average monthly enrollment set on foot for the erection of some
for the regular term, $MO, ; for one new and additional cottages, and Mr:
months' extension beyond the regular Hall Is now having erected by a good
term of those schools which do not re- force of hands a new salt-water bathr
ceive any under either of the acts just house and bathing place that will not
mentioned, .S O000 for the mainte- be surpassed by any on this part of the
anace of teachers summer training coast. So if you would rest nicely,
school, 1$8,000, Oad for the purpee0f sleep we anl get an appetite that
myiln the tramsportatea ,one way of will make you eat, just try our last
a who may be in attendance medicine and take a week or more off
upon these schools, 5.000. The total at Panacea. The oke of the season,
amount appropriated for the common though, is on Doe. Council, but you
schools isa(,o0on exes of theamount must get Capt. Fenn to tell it, or Joe
appropriated by theLeislaturetof190. Duvalwill do it, for the jovial, tricky
"It will appear from the figures fiven captain has put him on to it.
that the amount appropriated for the ^ .- .
four State educational institutions is out Improvemeots and l terprise.
of proportion to the amount appropria- That Tallahassee is looking up yan-
ted for the common school, but It must der some and is on a new apirt, just
be remembered that in addition to the a little gallavanting around these days
amount appropriated by the Legislature, will show you, for there is now just
the common schools are supported by a completed the new steam laundry and
levy of seven mills in most of the ooun- large and commodius quarters of the_
ties; by a levy of three mills in the Tallahassee grocery company near and
special tax school districts, there being leading to tne Seaboard depot, while the
a great number of these special tax two large brick packing and curin
districts in all the counties: by a one cigar leaf shaded tobacco warehouses
mill tax appropriated semi-annually to being rapidly pushed to completion
the counties; by the interest on the and among a number of residences ana
State school fund apportioned to the other buikings going up. is a fine resi-
counties annually, and by all of the dence for Mr. L. Yag er, on the
poll taxes paid, which go direct into beautiful Fish lot, which will be pleas-
the school fund. ng to behold and a delight to the rest-
WILL BE A CANDIDATE. dents and owners, and may each of the
When Mr. Holloway was asked as to ood family live many years to enjoy
whether he would be a candidate tosue- it, for they deserve all the good things
eeod himself as State Superintendent of that come to them.
public instruction he very promptly Now, the above, perhaps. is only a
said that he saw no reason why he few of the many building and repair-
should not be a candidate. He said the ing improvements that is going on, for
people from all sections of the State our duties have kept us so close, we
had been kind enough to say that hia have only been allowed to perambulate
administration had been a very sue- but a weesmall bit. We will, however,
cessful and harmonious one In addi- take a walk out again when our office
tion to this he said that it had been the hours, which generally go into the
unbroken precedent of the Democratic night, will permimit, and tell True
party for thirty years to allow a cabi- Democrat readers of more. Sure, we
net official to succeed himsely at least are looking upwards somewhat.
once. He said that while rotation in -..ria -a -ll-
office is held by some to be a sound FlerIda Female College.
Democratic principle, yet when it comes The 1907-1908 catalogue of the Flor-
to applying it, in the language of the ida Female College is out, and the de-
preacher, the matter should be given scription of the work plainly, shows the
"long and prayerful consideration." reason for its success The college
In short, he is of the opinion that the aim. to provide for Florida girls the
people should be mighty careful about highest and best education possible. It
ow they rotate cannot do less, for, after all, women
.--.. .- .. more than men exercise the greater
Base Ball. influence upon society and citizenship,
This afternoon a 4 o'clock p m., there since it is the home in which originate
will be pulled off a game of ball, be- the forces that determine the character
tween a strong team from Monticello, of the community, the state and the
and Tallabassee's team. The game nation. Education of the mother means
will be played d at the new grounds at the education of the children. The
the old golf links, north end of Monroe state in such an undertaking as this
street, and a large crowd should go out owes it to herself to provide for the
to see it. Our boys are going to great highest and btt development of iar
expnse and giving their time to fur. women. To this end the lorida Female
nish amusement forour people and they College ha e.p~.el Upon its career
should be liberally patronized and en- with a Lrarfokd miaston: Them ewl-
ouraxed. .... opmeft of a ".ood heart," cultured
"ee Itf" womanhood of Florida.- The Tropi'al
A lady customer of ours had ufferedi Sun.
with .tter for two y- I. ^^--

..- 'S yW -.-u.," that ma aie from eye strain should -- hmb n erlain's j. S r .,.A r wtrg while on his 40a.
Ua wiwnMsi t* In Iit. One da only. O*
C.., Al- da ulayt Bloxhain ot y IS
xfr sale by Tallahasee Drg C., r. G eH. A ett, seat a n
."-- l o of= c thce tomatoes to twoeal o
.......... Tuesday, which the editqr greaCro n
Go to Collins for your Job priatil* joyed.


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ONm at amebo t*e Oeab Star says
ow s suiof the massamw

t -sea rom estate Supe-
i's mase at Tallsheae to
we e aotWn and net only uaed
Smotre rited from thm.


What Plekoft m, MUMWas am
An sorw t.I

I-5ti ;ew w eM In Talshasses., Outside of a tfew papers, whose edi-
-'_?-94_.0s at PIe"m tors were members of the legislate
wThe A m, .1e Loepg e the press of de state is- uS-m-Ms In
e 0l,4. "e-a I awwh3ha the lsoe the sentiment dtat ts late gathering
mconferee .emM taIsciy T t an of of representatives seomplised les
day eveaing, Ji as nd the open.* Ad t* and made the most p eomeed fiure
gssowashl ,,, Mor..-ih
dint cerch and wa e nMotho- W whoWasMaInthe really of any that eve drew their
applicants for school esd etates, be- 'per dim per day" at Tallshse
ber. The initial wy ev y s.pletos whem a munber It is useless for any of the interested
teresting. The bI mu by of th YtO made tre up in defenders to raise th ery of "'orpora-
a song service. At Mr. the m.andmost of he ay tio" against those pa at
Gulte P. MeCod d. Ined arithmetic, Ina tA a the honest Idgnaton at
dm of wf t 2m M Sam*
nfre n at the studies atd that ay n thlk of sa
pwrth Temple n to the time eorh e
on behalf of ama woman ban to rw e- latee. pro test* comsao
gave a gracefu. eed s. Prof. Cam quietly mseout i Quarters-is too w
a we a TcaU ZroappU an behalf of e Tallhasee, blanks on grammar erasing the date, rights-for any seMh ealmalaeoto ve
made a beautiffali e tending the and says it was a circus to see the fa- Ut slightest weight
freedom of the t I visitors. Mr. cale pmions on a t many of the Are aine out of ten count
Trammell has a reputation w ld-e teacher. nwe stared of this state "eorporatio shee'Isi
as a leasing sp aer, his address ld sot do a thing. They s e the Penacola Journal In which ap-M
Tuesday even w a very happy hd*sl, looked -,abotat tit- peare the most scathing arramlmnt
effort.. tere.d, laned over and aa- e.qms-ous. of the legislature we have t 0S, a
In well-chosen words paid eloquent They knew, like the solders in the corporation paper? Is the t. Peters-
trbute to the work of the Epworth care of the light brigade, that some burg Independent, whose ildet om-
Leue for the s tain and up- one had blundered. The grades made ment on th ering is that "It was
bul ng" of the chu bidding th an average of 20. Some of te t each- about mportant a session as the
delegate welcome the r pointed er, those who had evidently not monthly meeting of the village trus-
out the beauties ofatl see and the bought the question blanks, podded tee," a "corporation papt"
hill country, and made a feel that Tal. right ahead with the last year' blanks, And if it be meant ultimate that
lahassee must Indeed be to them home never suspecting that anyth was the Lakeland News is a "corporation
during their stay. wrong, and made fair grade. O course per," we submit its record and deal
Rev. Fredrick Pascoreident of the the applications for teacher's certifi- l a comparison with any who dare
State League; Rev. J. Mickler, resi- cates will have to be refused, at leas to make the insinuation, The hands of
dent of the conference board andMiss tall whom it is suspected had the its editor are clean, though not for
Lottie Bule, on behalf of the Junior stolen blanks. There must have been lack of opportunity to soil them with
League, made feeling responses to the at least twenty-five supplied with them the filth of corporation coffers. Can
addresses of welcome, blanks, and out of the thirty-nine ap ome of those who at this late day are
Following, the president made his an. plicants not over ten or twelve will raising the "corporation" clamor truth.
nual address to the conference. The ase or receive certificates to teach fully claim as much?
sacrament of the Lord's Supper was ad- There were only three men and thirty- When we reviewed the work of the
ministered and the benediction closed Six women. Several ot these acknowl- legislature, it was with no feel. of
the evening services. dgd to Prof. Carnm that they knew of personal animosity towards amy of its
Ateo'clock WednesaMmorning there other who had the stolen blanks, but members. Some of thasem e knew:
was watch service at Trinity Metho. none have yet acknowledged that he or t us personally as men ans at M
dist church, followed at 8S 0 by religious she had them, neither has he been able ans reproehe. To n div4d meal
service, with Bible reading conducted to persuade any one to tell him from ber do we Impute anmy more uath
by Miss Emma Tucker, the noted whom they were purchased, though a m v than, a desire for .
evaa eltst reward has been offered and the per- .dt e p mle Masiie.
The morning session was devoted to pstrator will be found sooner or t the sold, Ieontroveible f*et re-
business matters, fraternal greetings later. .. ., mams that the work of the legislature
and reports of the offers. The co Our military boys are drilling fast ** a whoW* wa a ip inmt.
ference met against 8:90 o'clock. Three and often now, and before you know it, What was doe to ment the people
nterestinrg addresses were made. Rev. almost, we may have the crack com- of the state as a whole?
J. M. Glazier on duty of the League to hfof the tte lt ery citi If avh appropriation of the peo
Young People; Rev. L. D. Lowe, of lendthem all the help and encourage. p money and an aed tax rate
Miami, on A View of the League ment possible be the symbols of statesmanship and
throughout Southern Methodism, Is It -'- ---- -. -- patriotism, then thee qualities were
Gaing Ground? and Rev. Isaac C. Jen- Missionary work, Rev. F. I. Glennan. in evidence at Tallahasee.
kings, of Lake City, on the League, Lit. Green Cove Springs, Fla. But there were certain things that
erary and social. Discussion led by Rev E F Ley the people wanted-that everyone was
Wednesday evening a beautiful re- Jacknonville, Fa agreed upon as necessary to the State's
eeptioq was tendered the visitors at the Address. Rev. Ed. F. .)k. 1). D. progress and welfare; and these things
elegant home of Miss Sallie Blake. The 'onsecration service,. were neglected outright, or, tf given
entire house was decorated with white Benediction any consideration at all, were speedily
and gold, the leaue colors, the lawn Live Oak was chosen for the place of relegated to make room for measures
was ighted with .apanese lanterns the meeting for next year Among those of the most questionable expediency.
effect being weird and attractive. The in attendance were Fredrick Pasco, o The tombstones of such measures as
evening was delightfully spent, music Live Oak: Rev. Edward Cook, of Nash- the te rance amendment, the good
conversation and delicious refreshments ville, Tenn; Miss Annie Lestef, Miss iservea and the irmm on ll
adding to its pleasures Addie Part e, Miss Elsie Partride, serye for the record o leisla ve
The program for Thursday and Fri-;Mi Janie wrdMis Corn omission, a ple of puny, nsign ant
day were as follows: Puleston, Monticello, MiW s Vvian Ev. local bills stand as a monument to the
THIISODAY, JIn. 20. ann, Miss Bernice Aryan. Mr Archi- legislative achievement.
6:00 a. in., morning watch. bald Leslie, Live Oak; Mrs. George L kind T feei na g it omaul. e or u-
8:30 a. m., religious service, with Taylor. Miss Ru arris, Miss G" i down these things Nor i it our wont
Bible reading b Miss Emma Tucker. vive Smith, Ocaa Mr. W to preach two sermons over one poor
Address Re Prsiding Elder and Miss Lalla Smith, Mi m.Ituby Smit, prea t we have seer onerpod
the League. Rev. J Edgar Wilon,. P. Mins Patterson, (nhaire.; Miss Turn.- worthy motives bec e of our iti
E, Tallahassee distrit. bull, Monticello; Mi s Speerm, Sanford, .I.ty motives because of ourlegiti-
E.. Tallahassee district t. bull, Monicello; M, Sper Sanford, mate criticism of the legislative body;
Discussion by presiling elders and' Miss Snipes, Chairs; Miss Hallie Ley hence these few incongruvial remarks
others. Miss Metcalf, Jacksonville: Rev. How- hence oru l remarks
The League asan Evangelistic Force, ard Dutil, Live Oak; Rev. .1. E. Mick- -Lakeland News.
Rev. J. B. Mitchill Orlando. Fla., Rev ler, Mrs. Mickler, Citra; Rev. Funk, These- eastafll Weeds.
F. E. Steinmeyer, Svamore, Fla. Madison: Miss Emma rucker, Enter- That most of our streets and vacant
3:30 m religious 4erv.ce rise; Mrs Mcoy, .eLand; Rev. I C. lots in now flourishing with u beautiful
The Junior League and other Juvenile Jenkins, Lake ity; Mrs. J, W. Ste- and bountiful growth of obnoxious
Societies, Miss Lou a Barnett. state phens. Lake Ci; M LottieBure, weeds in a fact there is no denying,
sn rintndent junior work. Lake City; Rev. Moore and Mrs. Moore, but such a state of affairs shall no
Discussion. The qualifications of a Jacksonville Mr. B. T. e, Welbourn; go out and stand a n argument for
Junior Superintendent, Mrs. I. S. Pat. Miss Susie avis. u"ncy Dr. Henry. "bnod tiger" dealers and sympathis-
terson, Tallahassee. Fla. Jacksonville; Rev. J.M lazier, New era, as evidence of the fact that "driv-
Symposium. Junior League Meth- Smyrna, Rev. F. E. Steinmeyer, yca- ing out saloons would ruin business and
ods, Mrs J. Lawton Moon, Jackson. more; kev. J. B Mitchell. Orlando; the town would grow up in weeds."
ville, Fla. Mr Frea T Barnett, Jacksonville; We will admit we have the weeds is
8.i00 p. m., reli iuio service Rev F. L. Glennn. Green Cove plenty, but hold that every line of Ie-
Address, Our Boy, M,-. Fred T. Iar- Springs; Mrs. Cole, Jacksonville; Rev. R tiate trade is as god or better,
nett, Jacksonville, Fla E. L. Ley, Jacksonville; Rev. ". even if Tallahassee doee have just now
Reports from bov'. leagues. White, Arcadia; MIss Holmes, Mss t 1 full -hare of the weeds. Now to the
Address, Boy's lageues and the King Live Oak Dr. Lawther, Rev. J point and we s hall endeavor to make
A s Boy E oodw ( ,'i .....Miss Bouchelle, point, and we shall endeavor to make
Gan, Rev. J. awton Moon. Jackn. E. oodward, res; o e, t short and very pointed too. There is
vills la. DeLand;M Mi iownsensd, ,Gainvhl, no necessity for our having the weeds,
D" sion opened by Rev N. r. oies o Mor,t MiisGrham, A rthoy; thev do not add one whit to the looks
Williams, Jacksonville, Fla Mr. Robertson, Wliston; Missh S an'health of the city, they will soon
mF'DAY JLN 21. Tamp, Mis Moore, eo;; Is g to seed and furnish the start fora
servi Atfohd, Lloyd. Misr Bell, Quiney; Miss crop next year, and, well its no use to
6-o a. m., Morning watch. Woodberry. Mr. Moore. Quincy; Mr. sa more, but please Mr. oMiSas,
8A06.m.. Religious services with Harden, Monticello; Miss Cooksey, m .ea iut shave the m remoff ,
Bible reading by mlass Emma Tucker. Waukensh; Rev Dr Patterson, Jas" on ebd y ietbusytavnd h e t bm
AdBusines Asvieon. terh ^rnd of it. We do not know who is re-
Fields in the Florida ('onferece, Rev.,, A. the invstigattn, p roresses,.tho rpo.Sibe for ita but w... ketwwed
R. Irf Yarnett conference mislanai y graft in connectinwith the tatne capi- have a outullbeuthy iful (_c.rand
oeenc. o department, tending, A few sample. are worth lahasee should be rd of swiftly.

Movement, Nashville, Tenam -1 sth u*, m ., s ii. idct,, or aflt eri are pnghyvsithat he loadssa

Addlres ofor. t~.e. ad lSS.. were es mfor1 .600. T.h Mr. W. G. Moor of this city, visited

2 o2SL .tS ar an Pena"-St. Augustine eor. There is a rumor that there is to be
o-@m" ae g tserlss. A Imu WSe mule for sale, apply to prade and tht the Gloru Fourtmh
cSdd res t^, Wa d to bc ael.mratd. some. It should be.
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The Tamps Evening News cries ou
"Jail the vagrants."
A splondid local paper this week,
thank you. Read every bit of its tweh
Interesting pages, then resolve and d
elde you will give your printer a liber
support and make It possible to do yc
and himself full Justice all the time.
--- --- *~ .-..-.--
Editor C. E. Howard, Is now pub
lishing the South Florlda Sentin
again at Orlando, and newpaper me
are pleased to have his Interesting a
neat newspaper on the exchange tabk
May he be well, happy and prosperous
and the Sentinel be a power for goo
One of the moat popular books no
in circulation among Historians Is th
volume containing a list of all the so
diets who comprised Florida's troop
during the Cival War. This world
compiled by Col. Fred Robertseon, is a
complete as could be made from th
records at his disposal.
Governor Broward appointed Mi
Porcher L'Engle, Judgeof the Crimini
Court of Record for Duval county, bu
he did not desire the Judgeship, an
then he made Col. J. 8. Maxwell ti
Judge, and it is said the appointees
gives full satisfaction at Jacksanville
which is good news also satisfactory t
Editor Albert Williamson, of th
Fleridan, quotes General Albert Oil
chest as follows: "I hope that it wll
be settled before I am elected." an
then asks him: "Now, Albert, tha
was very unprettyy"! Suppose i
might be the "cold gray dawn of th
morning after, "-do you think we'd b
any worse off?"
Lowi.des county, Georgia, Valdost
the county cite, has gone dry by a vot
of 1,296 against whiskey to 484 for it
carrying every precent for prohibition
The sentiment continues to grow am
the good women everywhere, God blae
them, are at work in the cause, whiat
goes more than all else to prove It beet
for our whole people and country.
The State Tax Levy for 1907 is 71-.
mills, is burdensome, and the purposes
for which it is assessed are as follows:
General revenue, 2 mills; State school
tax, I mill; pensions, 4 mills; board of
health, 1-2 mill, and the people in every
county are now praying that their Coun.
ty Commlsiouners will let them off just
as light as possible in making their
Mr. I. Walter Keho st pathetically
singing "Come llom Hill bailey" to
Conreeeman I.amar. Jacksonville
Floridan, and Hons J. F. (. Griggs
and Jefferson D. Stevens are gazing
upon the situation and will a little later
on in the campaign Join in the chorus,
or sing a new song loud and clear. But
won't it Jar the public when the whole
Coxe's army goeM to marching.
Mr S. A. Fackler, an old all-round
Florida newspaper man, who worked
with us on this newspaper with his two
sons, for several weeks some days ago
secured poseesikon of the Bainbrldge
Tribune, and will improve that little
daily newspaper. He desrves a moet
liberal patronage and If he is given It,
will make the Tribune a "power for
good" at his new home.
According to time andK precedents,
it lIs expected that the advertisement
S Inviting bids on state printing contracts
will very soon appear in print and the
right kind of spelficationa furnished.
Usually after the required period of
80 daya for the advertlement to be
published, the bids are opened in Aug
uat, ad the new contract under the
law commence the first of October.
We do not care particular for the
S work but the lowest and beat 6toe, fed
S .bidder net time sheMMd hA it, and as
"Mr. L'Eugle ha arrled out the work

fair, we should not-kkk to e him so-
e.ur It, or at ate a poodly portion of

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ago, when those Internal Improvement figures. We now serve notice on these
measures, relative to depositing State "powers that be" that we intend to
moneys and the State Auditor having bid for the contract soon to be let, at
something to do with the board's at- as low figures as the work can be
fairs, were vetoed by you. The True; honestly and faithfully done, and that
Democrat assures you there is no we propose to do ao without any ac-
venom in it to you personally, but so I companying certified check, since no:
long as you lend yourself to playing such provision is now authorized
Into the hands of political secmones, or required by law, and since to
just so long will your exarish actions demand one is a vielaton of the law
be criticlsed, so continue to "sick-um-. that requires the satmraets to be
'on-us!" awarded to the lowtet bidder-and we
Two years ago, when the State's further give notice that if our bid is
printing contract was let out, the the lowest we propose to have the
dodge, wholly unauthorized by any law courts inquire why at was not consid.
and wholly unprecedented, was invent- ered.

6T T1AT i VTrO S Mim. m TIM M
For a number of year the proprietor IF InS
- of this newspaper was State Printer, 'ia Coilea he
o. under contract, and that, tws at loee we supped o iMti
prices, and with no extms threw aInto d ealMMt, and for tM. -hea
** It, as was done during lse'a boasted statl l agsame and ni dnllgl4, e
A pull, and during all those years not a True It hopes it wll b lt
suT sroT can be thrown a the record tal to the trust and Its ast Jm*
^ of the printer as to failure to do faith- roit Ithere has bae1 .Wuq
fully and promptly all the work that doe l fdtg I. I. SItal i a %
was given out to be done der th t le nhy Io in connection wi th a6
contract. The people of Florid san chepeiW no one will be phls.
rest assured, were there ay irregu- ede oft am thisnewspapf. 'Wehifi
clarity or wrong recorded up against us h It repeats*d,. aigli
P "back yonder," it would be heralded to fhm aN as we seethem,tttlBh
them long and load, by the cement of have be eriiced, and that a bet-
political "hit-bckers" who got lato te pArisa suld have beem sssWed, had
office, unfortunately for the taxpayers the Oladb made known the feet, O
of this State, about the time W. 8. laad were on the market, ad tim
Jennings became Governor for his frst given other purchasers an opportunity
term. The above is a prelude to the to somp-te for them. We have the
t, following: very height respect for most of the
Gov. Broward gives as his reason for state *a eals, and no personal feoig
I vetoing the bill relating to the Stte aga8 htaOyof them, and moat aNinsed
printing that the st dc not 1?ry 6 op0 their every act will be pronmv
o that at printin for the State a o
e- done In the as has be the s. Justithed, but we do not wish to see a
al tablshed custom since 1i8; that if farce investigation pulled off in the
Spesons outside of the State would re. now popular whitewash style, so let
ve the contr ivi the committee get at the bottom of all
b and thereshud tbefailureto these cheap sales, starting with the
Switch their contreets at a time we one to Mr. Barrs at 30) ents an.acre
el delay would be fatal to the Interest of the one through Senator Williams, as
m the State, the only resu would be agentof timber lands in Taylor, La-
,d suit on the bond, which suit would most
. probably be removed by the non-reep- fayette and other counties at low prices,
Sent contractor to the United States those to Joseph Jenings at 41 2-8 cents
s, courts. Under thae* conditions the an acre and perhaps others; find out
d. State's Interests would be sacrieed how soon thereafter the5 were re-sold
and work required to be promptly done o
w during a legislative sesi, or at other to others, what the prices and commis-
me times, would fall or would have to be ldons received all along the line were;
1. undertaken by other mean at great in fact, all things connected therewith.
expense and h t aeon eoe Surely all the people, connected with
k, the General Statutes are eferable to all those transactions, are willing to go
as this particular change proposed. The before that commission,* if everything
ie act contains some goo previsions, but is just as It should be, and clear our
they cannot be approved without also
approving the unfortunate ones. tt state and our officials of the cloud's
ibet interests of the State require the that cast their shadow still. This busi.
r. faithful enforcement of the provisions ness is costing the people of Florida
al of the present law, and in so doixg the something, and the people expect to
t good purpose Indicated by this act will get right and just results from it, and
Sbe accomplished.ill be tist d th th fro itse
m Now, for the edification of Florida's will be satifledwith nothing else.
It "big Governor," The True Democrat The shortcomings of the late Legisla.
, assures him and his advisors that we tre is probably due to existence of a
o had nothing to do with the CREATING "Before Day Club" composed of some
or PANsING of the bill Hi VrTonD. No astute member of that bod. Secret
ber f th las conclaves of this kind, engineered by
Member of the last sesion of the Leg- de. lag politicians, ts no always in
s lalature will truthfully say that we at the terest of the people. What Flor-
II any time attempted to push through or Ida needs more than anything else is a
to defeat a single measure, personally. non-partisan Governor-one that will
STrue, we did express our opinions, not array one class against another,
t rand one that will tote fair with all.-
t through this newspaper, and that was Tavares Herald.
e timely, proper and right, but the You surely said something in the
measure being spoken of was a good above extract, Ubther, and we believe
and just one-providing solely for say- the next term we will elect a governor
ing to the people of Florida, for their that will be above all sorts of political
printed matter. thousands of dollars, jugglery. One, too, who will be the
by giving legitimate competition in governor of the whole people of Flori-
bidding and In awarding the State da in fact as well as in name. It is
printing contracts; and so what the truly to be hoped there will be at least
d eaucuse against this kind of legisla- no third term, for the two of the kind
0 tion failed to accomplish, you. the! we have had are having should be a suf-
i Governor of Florda, have fixed by fcency for all.
t your mighty, DEATH-DEALING VETO
PowaR, and "all is lovely and the Mr. Bryan says: "I am not only op-
goose hangs high," as it were; and posed to a third term, but toasecond."
,, Surely he is not training down gradu-
that veto power was played on "a ally to a
; harp-of-many-strings," by Florida's, ceived attitude?-Jacksonville Flori-
High-Cock-a-Lorum, with a great dan.
flourish qf trumpets, and where it was Some of his couslas may differ with
thought it would hit a hard lick with a, him on that number of term doctrine,
vengeance again, and at the same tJme and William Sherman still resides in
give the opportunity to freeze out and Florida, I thank you.
give the State printing to a higher The fight ion now to make Putnam a
bidder, as was played about two yeara dry county, and as it becomes more pop.
ago for Mr. I. B. Hilbon's benefit; but ular every day that it should be so, and
we. with others, will block such a is nIGHT, we believe that good old
game and spike such a gun next time. county of Crill, McKensie and Russell.
You may defy courts, usurp an amas- will join our ranks.
ing amount of power, Mr. Governor,
but you will find it difficult to down the ed of horning off competition in the
printers of Florida, when they come bids by requiring a certified check for
after you about those printing con- $12,500 to accompany each bid What
tracts and other affairs of direct inter- was the certified check for? What
ert to them, in the future. You may legitimate purpose or object did it sub-
"dig them ditches." to your heart's serve? The law provided then, and
content, but there are some of us you provides now, for the giving of an
will never be able to get by cracking ample bond with saureties by the bidder
us on the head, sicking your fawnere to whom the contract is awarded to
upon uas. by saying that "the interet." secure the faithful performance of his
own and control us, or that we will contract We repeat again, then, what
sell editorial space "at so much per, purpose did the certified check perform?
with sentiment thrown in." Flimsy The answer is patent to everyone-its
excuses for vetoing measure were sole purpose was to free out compe-.
given out before by you, but mot pto. titles and competitive bidders, and to
pie In these last onHe of yours, think thereby insure the eomtract to the pets,,
they see the real reasons therefore, just and perhaps partwners, of the powers
a they did after the aesslon two years that be, and that, too, at their own


Cona vlat to all th Gulf Sipnug
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager,
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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



have some special values in Mattings,

Rugs and Iron Beds.

New Furniture for Old.
a trial and be convinced.

Will exchange

Give me


J. E. THEUS, Propr.


C. E. SAULS. P. O. BOX 210. J. M. SAULS.

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

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


fiMore Than
iWea lth

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ou will always have health. What Is more to a man
han good health? the money In the world can't make
hap tnew where health Is unknown. Bisel 5-mwL Me

On Who Knows.
J. G. SBoott, Balt Lake Cty. Utah. writes "Icaaao
too hh. prai yor BaUard's Snow Liniment for
the ruel of acut rheumatism, caused by sudden otheage
adexpoureto the weather. I alo reoommendyour
Balard's Horehonad Syrup for coughs anid oolds.
These used together defy all pai.
OBT THT OBUINB. Three Steam C M $1.00

hTS Esilard Snow Libiment Co. T



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Havingprwh dthelM NOWat 8L VNub.I # hr
-oughty rapmh4W and tnoom11,a tbg twinrhAha ed
supl Y alrIt, ..d wfthbomtb and ether .nvmleo oms .It
Will offer thebuat drsa 0t esfor hunt ng and fisin
on the Gulf Coast
Plenty ofgood mno Bomb to be bA- Guldefor.
Fishing and Hunftingpades F, v imued.






Mhstats e Sa m
*4e h pins a m, hab. Us,

t S soq. t l
Has the finest grasig lagds in the
Has the fOest dairies and Isate great-
eat -mk and butter pardu-- County
kB the State.
Is the railroad center of Middle Flor-
Has waterworks, gas, electric lights,
fire department and police system, lo-
* aeel and long distance telephone, all of
the most efcient character.
Has good natural hard clay roads.
Is the educational center of the
Churches of all denominations are
, represented.
SIssurrounded by fine lakes which
Sabound with all kinds of fish.
Is the "Hunter's Paradise;" quail
and wild turkey in abundance.
Has a public library, two newspaper
plants, three banks, three hotels, one
cotton oil mill of large capacity, three
-oiar factories, three railroads, one
iron foundry, three machine shops,
-three saw and planing mills, one ice
factory, one cotton compress.
Sometimes in thinking about a sub-
ject on which we are tempted to write,
we come across something 2o much
better than anything we could produce
and which so exactly expresses our
feelings on the subject that we feel
like dropping our pen, and adopting it
in toto. Here is an instance. It is
from the pen of Burnett Hamilton and
the subject is wealth. The English
language doesn't contain a richer gem:
.Poor, am I? Nay, I am rich, through
penniless. I have my wish-Can all
your wealth buy more? You own the
land, I own the landscape. It is well.
I would rather hear the laughter of my
little boy, the song that springs nvol-
untarili to his mother's lips; I would
rather direct a syndicate of smile pay-
ng daily W divdsas of honest joy; I
would rather be treasurer of a com-
any having a paid up capital of splen-
id hop and a charter perpetual in this
world and thevnext--lwould rather
own these dollarless resources of con-
tent than to be able to draw my check
for a million with which I could pur-
-chase neither love, happiness, nor im-
mortality.-Bartow Courer-Informant.

Mr. George Lewis has returned from
a pleasant several days' outing at pleas-
ant St. Teresa-on-the-Gulf.
Mrs. M. F. Mullikin and daughter,
1 Miss Daisy, left Wednesday for Gaines-
ville, Ga., and Asheville, N. C., for
the summer.
The Live Oak Democrat again puts
it just as we see it: "The special edi-
tion of the Fernandina Record, just
received, is one of the notable triumphs
of recent journalism in this state. It
is in magazine form, printed on book
paper profusely and beautifully illus-
trated with scenes in and around Fer-
nandina, and has a write-up of the city
and its varied interests, which, with
proper circulation, will be a most val-
uable advertisement. We congratulate
Editor LaFontisee upon this beautiful
edition of his paper.
The Ocala Star believes in Goy.
Broward and supports his policies, but
it draws the line at his veto of the
state printing bill passed by the late
legislature. The Star "believes in fair-
nes and equity in all measures per-
taining to the business of the State and
its cituens," and can't make the gov-
ernor's veto consist with that convie-
tion. Many others take the same view,
but "His Excellency" got there all
the same, and to "get there" is the
approved modern test in both states-
manship and business.-Live Oak Dem-
No 3esgler Meetings.
Owing to the warm weather and the
absence of so many members of the
King's Daughters, there will be no
regular meeting of the circle until the
second Wednesday in October. Should
nothing prevent, this meeting will be
at the residence of Mrs. B. A. Megin

Netoe is hubarid datola muths after the
Sdate of the tr p taea ed I will presnst
s agJ asato to the Coupty Jakm of lase
appy fore ay f i-auwe -
mee. KAT e P. RosEIsON, A.sort.B
T ebass.. .i... A L o.

GMT-' ** .11. wto .12
If user be is hapas. tmUd. bsema. ote r
full 9 Se-Ms if at rehave MswD ipm m -

di 1 ea ai Bled a BIha ( B(
flcClI. IAt- O I. 2L 3r. -o-
ue* r all eeos". iS- t

aeea That hea.s be aasanm

t= f to Ws dsetI whO be cam*
Be leave a deT wife sad two
Uttle boys and a suabber of retires
and friends to mourn his untimely
The remains were carried to Talla-
hasme on the morM of the 18th for
buriaL seaompanied by the family and
Rev. C. Jenkins.-Lake City Citizen-
TeirTallahasse friends extend the
deepest sympathy to the family in this,
their great los and sad bereavement.
Two graded Jersey Cow. with young
calves. Apply to MIs J. C. MElIN-
NiS. 14-4t.


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Air Une Railway

3sses 1 passes RnO
U . a m

At the hotdl wn*b e md e M-
M *m Good
six aMlMS PTor
*lBl~takiiflaBobg or
said saltmae PTU-lr buSMiNFOal
antd sit wato the ses.
Hotel rates;: 0&0 $10.00
wek. $S. a For =tr
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
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--- Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLaoN JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksooville, Florida.

Now Open






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only once, but as many
times as it is necessary to
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who suffer from chronic
ailments find in them a
source of great relief from
the suffering which they
would otherwise be com-
pelled to endure. Their
soothing influence upon
the nerves strengthen
rather than weaken then.
For this reason they sel-
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"I am 62 years old and have suffered
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were smeh thnt I wol'd be obliged to
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27 Cart.r St., C('httianooga, Tenn.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
your druggist. who will guarantee that
he first package will benefit. If it
falis, he will return your money.
25 doses. 25 cent. Never sold n bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind


I am Offeriag for Sale a Tract
of I 10 Acres Just beyond the
EasterI Umits of M)tIcello
which has been pronounced by
G63ver meat Experts to be

"leal" for Tobacco.

. U

On this property is a Fifteen Acre
Pear Grove (which in good season
is very prolific,) quantities of im-

ant-honses. The location is such
that the two depots are within con-
venlent access and the city's tele-
phone service can be had. The
property is well-fenced and is un-
usually desirable for the culture of
Tobacco, Long-cotton and other
high-grade farm products. I will
be glad to show this tract at any
time and to furnish the fullest par-



Wm. E. EVANS, Agent.
Monticello, Fla.
Lock Box "C"



Miss Adele Gerard,

149 N. Munroe St.



Fancy Work Material a Specialty

Heavy and Particlabr Haullnaga
Specialty b

(State Agent for the
Austin Road' Machinery,
Plows, Scrapers, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers and Graders, same
built and operated by him before set-
tied for. See him for further particu-
lars or address P. 0. Box 286 Tallahas-
aee. Fla.

Buggies from Seven Factories.

Elastic Spring for the Pleasure of the
Strong, and Enjoyed by the Wek.
Prices to fit the buyer.
Terms to suit the Party that wants to
Cleaned out our old stock to a finish,
But not "Oone out of Business."
Call and see,
Iremlure Sale.
UNdw Md vrta seof a dre of oresmiur
WW i n"red bt tl CirmIt Cekrt of Leon
Cmgv 4 is, henaorry itteasia asortaishn
S thm wherein t a imtrna*ivo-
Mat a- l outc UM Itson
Ia1the county set Ie eer I the
,Tt sa id mty.d e Inm&t Way

*H:-- M-k Ithe P--Wd -alse
spoettd milk evi. e b he om

1644 Spocis) M-a a CIssohmiMl.
dat'slamsaa u a Nes.i.
iMCM MUi 8 Ji. dtetf itarM *Md to all
ate eft mJ. CMr. de=ms 4s Loe
lws. w ia to preet s-S -*" do-
tethok... usmnle wtthia myew farm
t date. h t inwb sm will e. fmsir do-
This lit) dao May. 1W7.
Admlaistrtrix Eatoto1 0m4 J. CaOr.
Ttlahaesse. May 1. INMTS. iSa
Head the advertisements carefuly




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

S(. is always "the way" to take for safety.
a* / >- Our inside trade leading up to business
S. position comes through
S ..- taken at our business college. Our
graduates have the preference. Why
I you ask? It's because of proficency.
f Proficiency is asked for and heads the
list. For particulars call on or address
o Tallahassee, Fla.
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Tallahassee, Fla.

Phone No. 41

(Succe=smor to A. T. Roam)


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Prompt delivery

Ring up Phone No. 283.


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No paper in any town or community
Jm clUM. FtMuw. has done more for the upbuildmg of its
surroundings than The Live Vak Demo-
FUBLISHED ZV9RY FRIDAT MORNING. crat and no town has grown l to a city
- faster than Live Oak. We were in that
Senator Park Trammell, editor of the city lastmon th forte first ie near
Lakeland Snn says: We have no com-Ia lot ofquestions to find ourselve at
plaint to make because anyone differs all. The city has probably outstripped
with our views. We concede to very any inland town in all the South in
American freeman the right to think growth for the past few years. Dsde
and act for himself. It is diversity of City Star.
ess, and decent opinions that usually Live Oak's business concerns, gives
nd different opinions that its most excellent and very creditable
brings about in the end the best re- Daily Democrat, a liberal pa vnage in
ngr. B. r and H-on advertisements and job printing, not
CoJ. Walter Kemanhoe both candiate fo sending to some large dealer or manu
J. Walter mebtn f o facturer to save a small item or so, too
Congress, are meeting in the first oint when they furnish perhaps a cheaper
debate of the campaign to-day at P grade of paper to enable them to shave
col, having been nvited to do so by the home printers prices. One often
the Order of Railroad Conductprs, who hears complaint of our people patronis-
will hold their annual picnic at Magno- ing Montgomery Ward and Co., and
la Bluff. Hon. J. F. C. Gggs and other mail order houses abroad, but
Jefferson D. Stevens, too, should have those same complainants will send out
bem summoned there, as they most as- of town for printing and other goods
suredly will have to be considered in we home print and other hard work
the "warm times" that are coming ers for town building can supply almost
fast in this congressional district. If not as cheap--if the am material is
The Gadsden Times very pertinently furnished for the price. Spend your
puts it, thuNly: "The Emperor of Flor- money at home and it may coma back
Ida, one Broward, of Tallahamee." to you, and help the community you
And then the Lake City Index arose live in and the business. Send it to an-
and remarked: "Now look out for a other community and you see it no
libel suit." And both might have added more and build up the foreign city.
that some Florida editors, who do not Would it not be Just as fair for your
bow down to and toady, might be caged printers to go to Atlanta or some other
up and carried on the promised cam- point for provisions, cloths and other
paign tour to exhibit as "The Emperor" articles am it is for you to send your
travels the State a crowd-drawer, as good money after the little pittance in
did "The Map." We believe our Na- patronage that is doled out to the aver-
poleon one time promised "to cage" age home printer and publisher in the
home editors, 'inland towns. Yes, many often say we
The J nvie Florid n ought to have a daily or a good newspa-
"Th, ,laonekJrnvile orLa ian .ad. per, but how many of you are daily and
lArei nliday f t B na weekly patronizing your hard working
lren hiS eatoriday alor the senate.o printer who defends you against slan-
ucceet Senator Mallory is no Joke. der, or what not, ip season and out of
Well ,t may not be to him, but it cer-
tainly itsto" Why of course it season, who puffs you, flatters you,
inl Snatohr Frank Adamh, willo sugcgars and honeys you, and who, with-
i, and Senator Frank Adams, willmost .,.,..... ...11 ...... r .. -

,,t u J ou tu, doe! more h-ru worK for
likely make a joke of the whole bunch the community he lives in than any
thathave a longing desire to fil Mr. the community he lives in than any
Mallory' disearte Sena total Shoes.other clais of your business men. It is
MaBlory'. discarted Henatonal Shoes .
As it, theonly thing neceary, a shame that any community should
*w ie th Aoy th ha' treat its printer so, but there are some
nowd, i for Mr. Adams iay to nhis communities, and some people therein
friends that he would like to be United a s do no g f and
at s t, h. he woul k who ,Jo. and such do not grow fast and
Statpot.,.nator. that he would make
Florida one (of the best no one will di- have bright daily papers to work for
pate. them and their general interest, and
-- - - that is the reason Live Oak prospers,
The party or pa who tried to ha a live daily newspaper, and in out-
alip in and purchase Lake Jackson, on growig many of the ol ler Florida
the quiet, said to tb I 1. property, ran towns.
up against a snag; and all honor to Last Friday there were, t ree legal
State Treasurer W. V. Knott and tq executions in Florida, all negro mur-
Governor Broward. too, for refusing to derera; one in Jacksonville, one in Mil-
nell these lands until the property was ton and one in South Florida. Milton
advertised or publicity given that the Index.
lake was on the market. Just what Yes, but has the head of the State's
thin newsnpper ham contended for all government furnished any one with an
the time (;ive everyone a chance to inkling of what is to be done with one
know that these lands are to be sold, Cooper, who resides and grows fat at
and ninety.flve per cent of the criti- his county's expense., after having
cinm of the I. I. Hoard will be at an been sentenced and reprieved so
end. More on this subject next week. many times and after every means and
expending a gooly portion of the con-
We are firmly of the opinion that tingent funds of the State, could find
had the governor called an extraordin- nothing more to help declare him inno-
ary session of the lawmaking body im. cent Perchance he may yet he par-
mediately after the very extraordinary doned, and whknow but he may be-
sessilon Just ended,l the. olee of the doned, and wh knows but he may be-
state might have, in their juit anger, come a high oficia'. Surea- you livetiere
razed the state house t' the t ground. is some big political |i)wer ie4hind the
They simply wouldn't have. toed for it. throne, that shielIds Mr Coop.r. and
Madlison New E.nterprim,. .
d ,son New Enterpris' our (.Governor ia the "easy" in this, as
Don't kn')w about that T'lhe'y have he has been in other matters.
stood for o many acte ,if rie'kless ,x-.
travegance, usupatioins of power. pli- After July 1 all newspapernor period.
tical Jugglery of public attnirs, cheap icals published in New York State
landeUlling1uietrly disregarding the wish must publish in every i1sue in a con-
es of the people of counties a tho wie h.picuous place on the rover or at the
es of the people of counties as to who! head of the editorial pag.. the full name
should manage county affairs, defying and address of the oxAnir or proprie-
courts, etc., for almost even years, tors, anti if owned by a corporation,
yet they stand for it. Another cam- then the' names and addresses of the
yet they tand for it. Another leling officers must also be published.
paign is on since candidates are an- .Iacknimville Metroplis.
nonneing now, t) in their "just anger" That in an it should be. for no man
will they arise and do the remedying should be allowed to send a newspaper
act; If the people do not. then lets quit or periodical out into the world, he is
complaining make them tigh Monarchs ashamed .or afraid for the world to.
in fact, and give them the "wholehog" know who it in that owns and edits
an they are going out after it If the it. Let even newspaper men be what
better element of the democratic party they truly are and pretend to be, and
of Florida do not come together and let not one be ashamed of his produc-
elect officials, who care something for tion, makes no difference how small
the beat interests of the whole people and humble it may be.
of Florida next tisne. then no one o
of Florida next time, then no one The Live Oak Democrat in speaking
should in the future kick at the bitter of the article in reference to Mr. Burr,
medicine that is now dished out to saya that it should have weight because
these who do not fall in with the schem- The Breee is an administration paper.
ers. Will Floridians desire a third Ntow that depends upon thw definition
if it meian that this paper is anywise
term of Political Hos ism? we hope a mouthpiece the ministration, or
not, we shall see! its utterances influenced by Gov. Brow-.
No one, perha ,but;overor Brow.ard, it is a mistake. This Is not
ard rrets the death of the proposed eitorians Oranye n y or ftietn. its
State nsurance bill in the legislature vewsdtorials rprent noth-ing but the
--JacksonvUle Metropolis. views of its editor.--Deftnlak Broese.
Seems so, may be even so. unleiM Well done and said, so now my dear
perhaps it may be those who are yet brother, attribute these same good
disappointed that they will not e In- principles and resolutions to your breth-
surance Commissioners, or hold a clerk- ren of the prer
ship under It. But truly we have enough BaaU I I
of thee kind of commissions and the Don't let your child suffer with that
Legislature took In the wisdom of again cough when you can cure it with Bal-
defeating the scheme. and sO we will lard'sm Horehound Syrup, a sure cure
not have the i e machineheme fo. ough, Bronchits. nfl'ena, Croup
for the next two anyer, t lmnaryat.)ieases. Buy a bottle
for the next two years. at least, and try it.

ftaey Nmid p.
Abraham Brown, of WtottonW N.
Y., had vywy remarkable xperleace;
he mys; Detors got badl mied up
ovr mu; d heart ; wo
efdto f trouble; tU w
boodpohon, and the flft6 stondlud
live; but none of them iAd
me; so ow wife advised tkyiag
Bitten, phieb are restoriu- me to per-
fest bdLt. One bottle did mor
twod ta alU the five doctors pr-erib-
d." m t to cure blood poo
weaNeUsW and all stomach, Hwir and
kidaey eemplaint. by all druggts. 50C.

. -

2ft he an Tom 3 Sib" ps

.... -. o .-.So
Bome folksay that Hon R. RHudson s
Burr Is not the administration cadi- nod.M4m.. hi
date for Governor, but that Gov. Brow.- sed a
ard fav on. Albert Jenni Burr Alloiw
Is wise. If we were a caate for An 0mmt.rfteL T-rfUea I
Governor of Florida, we'd t et re-
port r ht now. The people had ? ot thatt i w
enogh of Napoleon B. Broward and InflA"t ad Chlr- .- zper
Willam Sherman Jennings. They want
a now doal.-White Springs Herald.
But thoy can't do it, you know I And W hat Is C J
if Mr. Burr is in eranest, why, then,
he should not ride two horses. We do Cstt s to a harmless msb
not believe the people of Florlds will gorle, p nd A oot10 1 i 1
support him for the Governorship while codta as neither Oplumi, Ma
he is serving as President of the Rail- uubstanoe. Its age is It um
road Commission, to which position he aMd allays Feveroihnema It
was elected to give his time and tal. co-. It "eieves Teething T
onte, and no man can ride two horses and Flatulency. It emsllal
at one and the same time. stosc .PBowela aeiving
a-o n .... tThe Children's Panac&-The
The Georgia legislature convened
Wednesday, 26th, Senator John W. GENUIN I C A S T
Aiken, being elected president of the T
Senate and John M. Slaton, speaker of t
the House. Hope they will please all i.,, '
Georgian's more than Florida's Legis-
lature did all Floridian's.
Fourth of July.
Seaboard Air Line Railway will sell
tickets at rate of one and one-third
straight fares for the round trip be- Th f K in You Ha
tween all points with a minimum rate ThYo J
of fifty cents. Tickets on sale July 2d,
3d and4th, good returning on or before
July8th. In Use For Ovt
Two comfortable rooms to rent, fur-
nished or unfurnisheci, apply no
11-tf W. L. MARSHALL.
Go to Collins for your job printing.

What's the Use WM. CHILD.
buying paint in the dark, and HOPING
it wilturnout right, when youcanbuy Child Bros. Building
Davis' 100 per cent

Pure Paint Contractors a
and KNOW POSITIVELY you are get-
ting the best paint that money, brains
an modern machinery can produce? A Specialty of Kiln
For sale by
COMPANY all ki
Tallahassee, - Florida 1



If towehayea "sleep-inducer" in
our "Ly-Ezy" Felt Mattress that is
just what you need It in made of 45r
Iba. of Pure Cotton Felt in layers like
rut High Grade Tickinsr.-French Roll
Edge Imperial Stitched Guaranteed
equal in every respect to any $15.(00 felt
mattress ever advertised.
()rder one to-day, sleep on it thirty
nights, and then if you are not satintied
we'll refund your money.


- Florida.

Of the County Board of Publick
.S r .,i .'l.oaaoA, CoUNTY or I.ON,)
Tallah -mm, iMa.. Jun. I. ltr7.
Tn Hon. If e.,. T. Pekel. Clerk Circuit court:
i tr In c npliancv with Me tm A. chapter m .
law. of lrirkFa. we rb ale with you the fo
lowing itmised Aianmuntl Matem t of all aeihad
nwgwys rwceivvd. aWpr-rtetha. mad amd wa.
rant. imsue for the umnth eldin the s1 t day d
May A. I). 1Wr. ,
1. B la re In taryiy as r poe lat
staMwMnt .... .. ..140.16
. Reeipsfoir montheaallte
mis ....... k41.L14
8. W marmtn u t a ta"Aim ta s
date ...... ..... .as.l O
4. Warrant outstandhi as per.
lat report .4M&t
5. Total rrants drawn thin
month ..... .
. Cash ihandn.oftra ver this
date . .
GCO. I. DAVIS. Chairman.
It. EITU:L. srftary.

Sbowmd oandr his pim
Imp orws gsine fm o
aeme. teee/sey. yeu In .
m Jebs.good are but
sad memiager the h.e.a of
lmee agalast 1pers1mm&,


jyrape. It is Pleast. It
rphine nor other Nfareoti
natee. It destroys Worms
carem Diarrhea saad Wind
roubles, cures Constipation
les the Food, regulaties the
healthy and natural sleep.
o Mother's Friend.

lignature of

0 Always Bought
er 30 Years.
a erWee. s e M errav.


g and Lumber Co.

nd Builders.

Dried Lumber of


Mill Work Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
Lime and Cement for sale.

All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our work to be first class in every particular. Prices

Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on
on lot south of county jail.



Seaboard Air Line,

P. 0. BOX 4.


>. 4 O

John B. Stetson University


Affilated With the University of Chicago
C.LM 1 O LIBUIAL ARTS.-The. tandaard ae those of the niver-itv of
C(hkago. StetMon's grduat4w receive their dergyes from both Stetaon and Chicago.
See the Chicago and Stetsn catarue.
C-OLL W LAW, -Graduate, of this College are admitted to practice law in
rori witbhout exami ation.
t C tl.btrc n r and Manual Training eoure- leading to d.egrs.
sf aw buildlia.@ equipment.
CsU.L g SmW3UMss.-Bankins In all it. branches. Bookkeeping by beat
meithd ertheM and Typewrities. Elective court open in other Depart-
ments. IMs Ihts*w ad mmmimum building.
MJ AITfM IASST.--(G;mhlumadu prepared to enter Harvanm. Yale.
PJmmets. Q dLMiebismas Chicago and all fret-elMa. Colklcis.
MWMOMSCIUOL-I. Kindergarten inits own building. 2 Pu-
ga in In eparate building. These Sehool. especially pr*pae
8 C LW-A S I&S @ pipe .organ, a dosean pianeso., pertw bufldins.
ianee ef meh e,, ( ,, of "y.
AWr SSSL.-New Stude ..tly C ast modeIls et..
b .ea has a a ultyf d proefmem and m strueter. T ey hom fom
Ikthe "et sfChta iartE. Yale Drme lm WO Wakate Pe.
..t.L easgwela. UteghtS, alehW4 U Ntl of i -.nce and
other U vnica. Thu wan m s kmiton OWi.ila Lan iieumsearly a
i"tr nam- e dwll ew t a Pod I ma boom..-u
d*k4Sy IMA& J11"-A.m- m-----'*--
Mr. sad esther .e mpste shu WOlWNaW OmRM w m AM
smd g usad e W lter. mimee;: Cbrhln and liamtmi teahne. g.
11*te eth le smbetSful aumd healthful. and the essesni aie law.
='r w oBetak viewB. feltaareand iformetis. addirM the Prealidnt.


.-.l- J b

. watl, *ems

il90 At te
bi -a dan w 'me' .

F Ii lit tt le. to eM

I bus sbpibed me u al si.
a l te avthe anteis tget dtr
Seumad for

0% f ,t %47 b*gan by @10 .E. t
v wot, and wbme t w ihew wr-m
t *rw to e fool* mte wasld

n%. Wl w may make ome a7r" Md
Fm We *sruak habrme wa me t tow

1 athe i ia ndat for her twelve

pl 4&^ d ueta| which tIme, havnl IlIb-
8M to do ai bdo plead by fsalgted
ve mr Inr whet tye and ljce yad
wtirf ten a variety of waye.
6 g at War.

The vno ey may make was thl man
Sut de Con eer tcusae blue laws a-
oinr by their publication n hi was sent his- to

tp i wy of that sta inate. In that Inte e
,. thu, daraig following original bit of
ntural history a s to be found: "In the
r fiends lt river, 200 mles from LongJ
slanfd sound, a narrow of fav yards

tonly formed by two shelving monn-
of oid rocks whose top* Inter-

eWt t elonds. Through thia chasm
an compelled to paeters w all the water
wh made Contne time ot bl burlaw the
mos by country. Here water o n his hiscon-

Iokdated without frost, by pressure,
byy owif that, between the pinching,

stue rdy rthe fock to uclw ori degreeinal bit of Indu-
ration that an ron crow froats smooth-
slan down It current. Here Iron, lead
Sfand cork have one common weight;
Sofe, steady as time and harder than
marble the lo stream passes. Irreshrough thistibl chasm

It not swift as lightning."

Cupolad Cheeks.
ere compelled to paserttled allc the waters

other side," said an English flnaarler.
"Any funny business the oods burhape o
check kiting when the whaterewithals co

not in the bank to make good and you
indated witouhouelt behind priost, bay pressureIn
short order. But they have cringedd

cheeks'-that Ab. two horizontal lines
'."\ about half an inch apart are drawn
strac o thek cheto suchk and 'eree Co.' written
Sbetweeion them. That row means wsmooth-n b
Set a cr ted check you ntcan Hnot aeret on, lead
go to the bank one wbch it ci drawn
and demand ayle, the snt but must deposit
thechek n your owtied bank firs t and
let t take the n funn businual through the
clearck kiting en th e heorewither
S man a chance to flnnucc IFis affairs,
which Just at thiat limo uy be very
not rin te band onou make good a;rentd you

from jumping at lill thtroxt r';(ht away."
short orhe Jnesr. But they hacrossed.
S acrossThe Jat heck and UU Co.' is owrittene a-

Japan. get a crossed ciu with cook you cannot at cel.
Who ten te byank on hild it Is called
let ama. In Iaklng to anothrough theo
fcleating rje you call It gthe other a

% merchant fellpI It. unrcoked. It I1 kome.
and a bant row to he fneld It Is a 8r

a carpenter'.u foot, or shaku, \I about
twelvehi lnch ust but a tailor's fifteen.
S kin or poat a und of e. t 1 fourteen

ovun(*.. of flour twenty-oie, of sugar
over thirty. Te Jp e rl or nll varies In
different prove. nguiel hasn soe Fuel
yamWhen eat half n rld it ir called

twbeaulve inte b uch harder work ioin.


The Jeweler' (Carat.
The cantiti a taindardtl used by the
Jewelers to express both weight and
lneiness. Whbuen it is used as a weight
It is equal to four grain. or the one
hundred and twentieth part of an ounce
troy. In determluing the fineness of
precious metals twenty-four carats is
considered the highest standard of pu-
f rity. According to this standard, an
eighteen carat gold ring contains three
parts of trolk and one of some ba*e

HelpingE im Oe.
Mr. Timid-1-er-suppose your daugh.
or has told you the-er--object of my-
et-visit to you--r-thlis evenilg? Her
Fathter-Ye. young man. and she told
It beftr than you aeem able to do.

Three of Them.
Dearborn-Do you know the seven
wonderss of the world? Wabash-Well.
I knew tbhre of them. Iearborhe-Oa-
ly three? Wabasb-Yee: I've only got
three SonD. you know.

V0e0ur sreeseeable.
MamNa -Doo't you like Austie Prue
Johany-Ob. bWe's very Mkad. but ashe'd
carpet a boy to keep quiet o (Cbrist-

The charity that hbatea to proclaim
S- Its eideds 'ease to be hersity azd
ito oly pride and oateotatteg.-HHuttn.

F,, .

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w. S#i tea
sam, test




Robt. McKlnneY. et al. 1-eae of lead In Uthe % of NW% #
i ie............................ i N
SDarmibed to-wit: B beginning at a
4st 1 ods and 38 Ulnks south
gti ene oW r of the said 2
of N aad thence run South
S e, west I che and I
North 4 elm, thence
W S o1 and 50 Unke to the
bpoInt of beginning............... 1111
BushwlUl Developm't
& Lumber Co...... MC of NW% and W% of 8% 10
Prank Mills.......... NM% of sW% of.................. 0 401
WA6 of BM%, 2# oft 8WI and a 70
Ofa M of 8W'ofA 8W of.. 1 IN
Ball Turner ........... b oe NW% of 8WI sad 1B
%o- WA of NW% of ........... 1 IN XI 401
Mrs. 8. A. Butch, eat.,
J. R.R Burch, agt.... E% of OB. and Fla. fractional Lot
A.Bu eat. ............................. ..SN I 50
Mrs. 8. A. Buroh, eat.,
J. R. Buch, agt.... (a. and Fla. Lot No. 92 In...... .. IN SE 157:
Mrs. 8. A. Burch, et.,
J. R. Burch, ast... % Interest In 1% acres In the cor-
ner of the 8% of W% of NE
of ....................... ....?... 1 S 2 818
Mrs. 8. A. Burch, est., j
J. R. Barch, ag.... W of N..% and NE% of NW4 I
o .............................. Ia N IN 1201
George Arthur Byre.. 1 acre In the Shidsuoka Estate in 3 IN 1W t
(as per deed recorded in Deed
Book A. A., paesa 51 and 61,
office Clerk of Court).......... ....
Mrs. Emma B. Carver. A undivided % Interest of Lot No.
3 (or fractional SWVi of BE%) of
fractional ...................... I IN IW 33
Mrs. Sarah Butterfield' ubdlvlaon, C. of Lot No. 2 In
SI dsuoka. Inn.................... 3 IN 1W 4!
8ee plat In Deed Book Z, Page 164
Mrs. Emma B. Carver. Let No. 4, 10 acres; No. 56, 10 a.;
No. 6. 10 a.. and No. 10, 10
acres, In Shidsuoka In fractional
S(we plat in Deed Book Z, page1W.....
164) ........ ...............I W....
William C. Perry..... W % of Lot No. 11 In 8hlduoka
I In (as per plat recorded in Deed N 1W
I Book Z, page 164) .............. 3 IN IW 5
E. C. Reynolds....... ot No. 14 In 8hidsuoka in (is per
plat recorded In Deed Hook Z, W 5
page 14) ................... IN W 5
John W. Thompson... Part of NW% of SW'4 of, corn-
menoing at a point 660 ft East of (
the NW corner of said NWIA
of SW% thence run South 79 ft
thence tIC 60 ft to East line of
said NW% of O\N -4 on right of
way of 0., F. & A. Ry., thence
Northwesterly along the right of
way to the North line of said
NWU of 8W%, thence West to
the point of beginning......... 5 IN 1W '1
1) rl ....... .. ots No. 10 and 11 of Block No. 2,
as per pli. recorded In Deed
Book K. K., page 596, In 8E% of
S8E of...... ................ 2 IN IW ..
4'. Ford ................. Lot No. 14 of Il'wk No. 3, an per
lat recorded in Deed Book K.
K., page M596, In the ISEI of 8E% 2
of ............................... 26 IN *\V ;
G. W. Shaw.......... LotI No. r1. 6 and 7 of Block No. .
4, aa per plat recorded in Deed
Hook K. K., page 569, In BE4.%
tof gSE'4 of....................2. IN IW '..
.2nd Primitive aloitixt
('hureh .......... .. Lot No. I of Block No. 4. as per
I recorded In Deed Book K. i
S K..4e 5, In t of 8% of 2 IN' Wi.....
WillI Jne...... I.. t N. 9 of Block No. 7, as per
plt recorded in Deed Book K.
K. gepa 56, In IE% of 8E% ofI24 IN 1W ....
Icere.tta Taylor ..... Lot No. I of Block No. 11, as perl
plat recorded in Deed Book K.i I
KAndrew .. page K9. in SE4 of SBE% of126 IN, i ......
Andrew Millr. Jr .. All that part of the W% of NR%..129! IN IW'
Deaeribed to-wit: Be inning a tl
the. NE orner of said W% of
NE'4 and run W 7 25-100 chn.
thence 8 26 26-100 cha to the'
Quincy road. thence Katerly
along the Q(uiney road to tet i
Kait line of mild W% of N%t I
and thence North 1.M7 feet. more
or If-ms, to the point of beginning,'
F'rn', k .,ixainder Iot No. 7 of Block No. 1. as peri
plat r-corded In Dted Book l. i
I.., page 592, In NE%4 of NJ% of>35 IN IW ...
i V-.ll.r & ioti...... |Lot No. 4 of Hlock N,. 2. as per'
lat re'irded In Deed Book HI.1
!.. paurm 5192, In the NE%4 oft I
NE" of . ......... .. .... .. .S .' IN WI ....
lIn.)imlhn M 'rit \lots No. 4 and 5 of nck No. 3.i I
s per plat twoorded in Deed'
Hook H. II.. page 692. In NEl: I
of NE% of .................. . 3 1 W .
Enaie 1.. Johnson.. lot No. 17 of Block No. S. as '
pr plat recorded In Dee d ook
I. I palge 62, In NE% of'
N E 4% of..................... ..... I W1 .....
,Mu lh !r-i ......... |1,| No. 7 of Blrlock No. 6. an per
lht rpcordeld in |fit d H4ook I 'i
1. page 5N2. In the NK% of of
N E 1/4 of .......... ....... .... . I. i V .....
T. C" Il'rker, tru l~Iot No. 1A In...................... I.N w 82
81. 8% of NWI4s Hndt aW'% ot
Net of ........................ I 'V 44"I
K 1 of NNK/ (f. .................. 1 I ; W
T. '" Pr rk,.r, trust,.e N wi', ,* f NK' in l N'4 of N '
f ................ ....... .. .... ... 1 IN ,1 120
w I. Taylor, Extr. NW., ,lf RK' F,4 id NE'4 of 4'W.,
,f .. ... ... IN w (

%t *lll n M MP't % r"-rr .
W P. Taylnr. xlr.

S1 4% S%%'# 414 (Of 14F;1 49 flld NP:141
,,r g341 .;, ofr . .. .. . .. .:1 I N

W, tlhem McPCane K,.t .
W. 11. Taylor. Extr s' A' % of 14E', and 41j I; ',(f
WiI IInmn M t be .- +'fo... ..... ..............'-1.
W.' Taylor. Extr NER of 8W', of ............. ...
Mrs llugh Miller. All of the SP., lying In Fnrlw s
S Purchase of................. 1,:;
Jnme # Irdnnr .... 2 67-100 acre of land In ILot No.
3 in .............................. 1
letpcribed to-wit: Beginning at
the NE corner o said ltot No .3
then run West 68 5-100 chs to
the center of the Meridlan roan.
thence along the center of mald
road 8 42.0 Rant 105.-100 crh.
to the East line of aaud Ifot No.
3, thence N 7 60-.00 cha to point
of beginning ns per deed recorded
In Deod Book () "., page 634..
firv' n W alsh........ E % of ..s ............... .. '
I Gulf Lum ber ('o id.' ... ...... ....... I
Iny l0. Weil. Ang.nt .E4 of NE% and 8MV.14 of RW%' of 2.1
ilunroe Duncan .... | 1 of lTot No. 2 (or SW'4 of
18W % ) of .......................'2
John J. Perritt....... That part of the .N of l SiHlyingr
Mast of the ,'cklo*,knee River of'?7
John Austin.......... NW% of NW% of 8IP. except 2'
f acres In the- Northwest corner of 1"
Rushwall Development' I ,
& I.umbm r (Co. ....... 8% of .. . . . .. ",
& Lum ber Co .......3.nt of .............................
Ru'ahwall Developme-ntl I
& i.umber o a....... iW% of NW'% NW% of Sw% .aInd
hw Dvlopmnt of 8W% of .................
uphwall Deveopmentl-r
T Lumber Co ....... E% and 8% of NK% of . .-
Bushwall Development
A Lumber Co....... A of .............. as
Ruehwall Development B14. 58% nf NW*. of......... ...14
A Lum ber Co... ... All of.......................... ... ,6
All of .. ....... .. ... . . 3. 4
M. B. Mayson .... .... The 1'4 Wi 8W .of NW'6 of ... 7"
Samuel D. Thampaon. N % of SWI4 of 8lE% of......... 10
iI. r. 8taffQrd ........ of of..................
.... NE of NM% of ............ ,.

Huahwall [#
& Lutzmher
R ,K. fligt4
IlumaiwAll Dp
& fumter

Co........W of pF2,4s and EVI of SW' of. 2!
wr .. .... N4V and K% of NWV4 of ........ ;7.
Pvelopment I
o ....... A ll of ........... ...............
N%. 1P N% of 8W'i and 8R I'
----- O f 8W% of........................ 1












3a Of Nw of................

_of W a JsoI Wo..
3% of ...........................

Buawsat DevelOpment
a on,.. .... .3% of NE% and W% of NW% of. 4
B=hall Devlonent
.8WCo x ofNI'sof................ is
CI 1 0 :1 ::::: S A ofNW % o ..:::::::::::::::::: ..
Buashwall Development
& Lumber Co...... Lots No. .2,and 4 In............. 14
Thoe. J. Idser........iNW% of NBM%. except ore a
the 8B corner. m ac"r In te S 1
corner, 2 acres to P. D ad .
i D. Lewis and 1 acre to F. C. Wu-
3.79 Ilamlton of...................... 17
Bushwall Development
& Lumber eo....... NW% of ...........................
6.8 Busthwall Devlopment
2.00 & Lumber Co...... All except the NW% of NE% and
8W% of NW4 of.............. 4
John o. Perry......... 8B% of NE e of (a. per return
from Comptroller Croom, dated
13.56 April 23, 114).................. S
Buuhwall Development
& Lumber Co....... W I of NEK, NE'i of NE% and
3.97 W s of........................... 6
Bushwall Devetbpment I
9.50 & Lumber Co....... Wet % of ........................ 7
Bushwall Development.
& Lumber Co.......E and E1 of W of ...........
Bushwall Development..i of ........................... 0
1.6 A Lumber Co....... of.......................... 4
John A. Stephens.....l3JW of iEA of................. 8
W. H. Taylor......... W1 of gWn of ................ 0
6.88 L. F. HalI.... ..... 8E of 8E of..................
H. N. A W. F. Walker SW of 8sW o.................
H1. N. & W. F. Walker 'qW of NW% of ............. ..
Marian P. Hlflatower. ,Ci of 8314 of (as per return from
1 .56 C'omptroller Croom. dated March
II. N & W F \VW walker, 23 11) ..... ........ ........... M
'I of NE% 8SW' of NEB4 and
2. 0 W0% of Bw 1 of .................. M
8 of W% and NE% of W% of. M6
1.44 8W17 of NIE. NW11 of 881A, 18%
Marv I. lPerry of I acre of land in (he SE corner of
NEHt of N% of...............
A1i.4 Citrhjmn 4 screw of land beSgnning 776-100
Schs In of the line between the
5.5 51 81 and IW% of .............. I
.And 4 8-100 cha Souch of the line
between the BE% and NE% of
1 64 (then running E s 14-100 cha,
thence 8 6 12-100 ch. thence W
3 1.100 oha to mald street, thence
3.1 West from the opposite side of
said street I -100 ohs, and
I thence N I 32-100 ohs to point of
KIt.l Lunmber 0o .... beginning) ......................
5. 93-100 acres of land in the W%
of Ni% of...................... 3
De or=bed to-wit: Commencein 2
at the 8W corner of W% of
NR% o f .......................... 2
Then run Iast 1070 feet, then
North to the right of way of the
4 "I 8. A. L. Ry., thence SW along
the line of rightaKf way of the
mid S. A. ,. ly. to the Weast
houndry line of the said W4 of
1 $6 NF',, thence M.outh to the place
of beginning ........ ........
A lti'tr** .... .. That part of C14 of REI, (Iy-
Ing Ieat and utath of lake
i e t. Bradford) of... ............... I 8
W. B. Tvylor. Extr. NE'. of 8Ws4 of.................I 9
Mary Ann 'Clark .. 3 acres of land beginning at tne
corner of the N tIC of (and
Running North with Section line
140 yards, thence East 70 yds,
thence 8 140 yda to the public
I so remd, h" 0 along mM road
Went 70 yrd to the place of be-
ginning) of.................... . 11
1.28 Anuilln. DePt.. 2. 4 acres of land beginning at a
point dividing on elilna be-
tween theI 1E% and W% of the
I 8WV of........................ 12
Where maid line croasen a ditch
and thence running South
.a0o feet, thence E 35 ft to a
corner, thence N 290 ft to said
ditch and thence with maid ditch
W 350 ft to the plae'r of begin-
ning of .....................
R P. Hlorn.......... .. of NW'i and w\Vt of NFK4 of 12
Arthur llawtree... WA of NW% of............. 14
4 32> '. M. Covington... 8% of 0W of. ....... 141
C( M. Covington... NW' of N' of ........ 11
I'nknown ........ ... 41, and K% of W'V of .. ..
: !,2 II. J. Richardson..... .
W. W. Saunder..... NN of N't of SW of ....... 21
W. W. Saunders. nin.I
1'Adwin A. Dobbins.of
I !.k trustee ............ 'H4:1. of i+, N of lWI* ofi
William ...'ahe It.,, SW % ittd HS of N's of HSW of.121
W. B. Taylor, Extr t I
Jonah Britt........... All and K oif Il.he 11 klowkneel
2 Rliver of ... ..............
William McCae m K t., NW of .. ................
n. t. rlkTanor. xtr. W% of NF:4 and NE'I of NE14 of. 10
4X Unknown ....... .. .MW\ of ....... ....... ....... 11
Jtiiie M P Alexiin.,r E% and SWI4 of ................. 13
A % interest of Inirt of T. C. Lit
No 5., 0. 1' ldemicrlbld to-wit:
I ho It'gnnlig at tlh. 8 corner of
weild .Lt No. 6. and run Weat
T7 ft. thence N 70 ft. thence E
77 ft and thence 8 70 ft to point
1: 01 Sr t'hir., li ', of t f ginning . ...................
1,. l.lln 'Part of T C. lot No. 4. O..P., be-
xiiiilin at the NW corner of maid
.olt No. 6 and running 8 60 ft
i thenc,'eC K 100 ft. thence N 60 ft.
thience W 100 ft Io tw.innin ..

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34 feet off the Notih side. ..... .
T C. Lot No. 15t. N. A ..... ........
Janems It Msxweil The Rest 60 ft of Tr. i.ot No
164. N A .. .
.I"x Jh on ... ... Th Weiet l110 f' -i i f f I.".,I No.
256 N A .. ... ......... .. ..
Virall Robhlnson. 14- 1
phl o Robinson. agrt. PMrt of the. WV-t, ', of T. 4' I .t
No. 3 NW A, demcrlbed to-wit
ligin at the MW corner of mild'
Loot No. 3 aind run North 41 feet. I
themee' K 13'. ft. thence 1 41 ft
anild llh.nce Weut 137 ft Ilt the
pedlnt #of heg.lllnning...... .... .....
.1.n.- KI-dwirl P'art of T v:. Lo NW A .I
d,.M-rilbemd to- % it Ilegin lit tI
Iaoint .!5 ft W of theO SF'r cor.- ofif
*mid Icnt No .It which itn Ie points
of itgimnnng., then rum went 41 ftl
th,n S 1141 fr.l ndni 5 Inches. |
then r 21 ft, then N 4 ft and 4'
Inches. then K 20 ft. thence 8 1201
ft and 9 Inches to point of be.- I
ginning ....................... ......
II T. ;ill Part of T V. Lo. t No NW. A..
descrih~d to-wit: Begin at a
point 76 feet W of the NE corner I
or maid Lot No .. and run West
r ; f. then 8 64 ft and 4 lachesa.l
then asot 62 ft. then N 64 ft and
4 Inches to belginnln ............ .....
i, tI.. l,,rk H ,lh vliion No. I of T C. ot No.I
54 NW. A., an per plat rerordetl
In ld Book 8. page 161..............
',dr.1n.I .To,,.mson JPrt of 8 of TC.C. I,4 No. 21.,
NV o %, deierlbed to-wit: Bei '
grin at the BE corner of nsld Lot,
No. 26, then run W 100 ft on?
(linton St., which la the point'
of belnnln'if then run N 14 ft.
then W 1M fo4t. more or lesi i
then 141 ft. then R 124 ft. morel
or lee, to point of beginnlng... .....
Fred C Moor ......... 38 feet end 4 Inche noff the o ati
oide of the 8% of T. ('. l t No.' I
UTnknown ............. 5 oi tThe at T. (.
I Let No.70 and 71i 10 Co 14.... I. ....
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Don't you want to start a bank account? Woul'nt you like to have one of these little .
proved pocket savings banks to help 0 to save your nickle and dime? It is so arrMaed
you can deposit half a dollar or sumler ,olns. It is of a size convenient to carry la t ve pocket
or a ladies hand bag. It is always i-dy to help you resist the temptation to spend money. We
want an account with everybody in to viinity.
We furnish one of these bank free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and prondse to
open an sacount with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These banks are delivered to you
locked and andsn only be opened by us.
You would be 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 king it in the house, because there is danger of loss by
thieves and fire, and besides it is not making anything. But place it with us and it is earning seine
thing. We pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
first 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.


Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total am't
per day for 6 years--....----------........--..166.60. .......... $11.14...------- .--..-...---....$167.64
per day for 6 years ... .-..... 318.00 -- .....--------..... 22.28.................... --------------885.28
per (lay for6years- .........----...... 891.25 ..-.--- ---------... 27.85......--... ...---. 419.10
per day for year........ ...... 469.---...-------........--.. 3842..--......------..------........ 2.92
per day for6years..---......----........----782.50. ..-------..-...-....---. --5566.70.................. --------------888.20
per day for 6years...---------...---..........1,566.00------.....- .........------111.40.......-......--.--..----.--1,676.40

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The capital stock of the savings bank in $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
$350, 321.19
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.



CI. LLLWIS, Vice-PRwidst.


Mrs. H. L. Bethel and ch
on Tuesday for Colombia, 8.
they will spend the summer.
Mr. W. N. Robertson, an
federated veteran, who now
the Walter Taylor homne, ne
made us a pleasant visit Tue
Mrs. Mary ME. P. Bogrt a
Harold who have beeh n spe
weeks In Tallahassee left T
the summer at New York.
Mr. Max Kraus, one of
popular men om the road an
who scatters smileand s
aloug his trail, tis aincig his
6" frmud again this week.
very tUm desirable an in
Ti earrd by Burns and Co
Gov. William D. Rioxham
p.em nww at Lat bu'
flowl f as do
hbaieans who are outing f<
TM friends of Mrs. J.I
w to lamrn that she
I for Thomasvlleo, whei
ad maklg her future h.
Prhigle ham been in that city
time, engaged in business.
Mrs. R. C. Long has r
bomo on North Monroe street
R. Hudson Burr and has gone
Sold mansion in the
old colonial re
known far and wide a the ho
"Trlahassia o Girl." It also
distinction of numbering am*
vleom of furniture the rarst
bro ht to Tallahassee.
Major W. 0. Ames has
home from Baltimore, where
aned Mrs Ames, who went
hospitall in that city for treaty
reports his wife as greatly
and that she will soon return
ly restored to health is the ea
of her Tallahassee friends.
If you would enjoy tomio
Cham berlin' Stomach am
Tablets tonight. The pro
agreeable laxative effect.
head and cleanse the stomac
lS osats. Samples free at T
Drug Co., store.

ITENS. Firem 's Practice.
On every Thursday or Friday after.
dldren left noon there will be a fremen's practice,
C., where so when the alarm sounds at or about
6:16 p. m. do not look for the location
i old Con. of a burning building, but come out
resides at and see our young nreboys, who are
ir the city, made of the best material practice.
day, Tallahasseeans are proud of the fire
nd her son laddies, and all believe we will soon
ding some have to keep company with them an
Ueaday for equally as good military company.
Dr. Armstrong, who has been mak-
the. moet ing regular professional visits to Talla-
d n h hbase for the past two years, can be
nhn seen at the Bloxham Hotel next Mon-
Tallahas- day, July let. The doctor requests
that all his patients who may need his
Washable attention be ure to see himon this
D. 16 visit, or anyone having eye trouble, as
n and his his oesf business haslncreased to such
, Va., for ader *that It requires his constant
me Vsaeor swotal attentlon, and hereafter the
all Ta Ia- doctor may make only quarterly visits,
or the sea- or may turn his work over to Dr. A. W.
Underwood, of Jacksonville. The doc-
L Pringle tor will be In personal attendance at
left yes his home oeo. 11 Laura street, Jack-
re she in sonville, daily except Sunday. Office
ome. Mr. hours 9 to4. 18
V for some A Bappy Nether
will see that her baby improperly cared
anted her for-to do this a good purgative is
t to Hon. necessary. Many babies suffer from
to live at worms and their mothers don't know
"Grove." it-if your baby is feverish and doesn't
idence is sleep at nights, it is troubled with
me of the worms. White's Cream Vesmifuge
has the will clean out these worms in a mild
ong its old pleasant way. Once tried always used.
piano ever Give it a trial. Price 25 cents Sold
by all Druggists. *
returned -^^ ^^
he aocom- W, Sale I
to a noted A good Horseand S good milk cows.
nent. He 1i-3t JOHN F. SPEAR9.
home f In an interviewIn last Friday's Times-
rnemt wish Union, State Superintendent Wm. M.
Holloway states that he is liking the
Job pretty well, and has no objections
to filling the place four years more.
rrow take Well, let's give it to him. lie is a
nd Liver clever fellow, a good official, and should
oduce an have no trouble.--Lake City Index, and
clear the we do not believe he will.
'h. Price, Miss Alberta Knapp, the lovely young
'allahasnee guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. H. Averett,
as returned home.

Here's Geod Advice.
0. S. Woolever, one of the best
known merchants of Le Raysyille, N.
Y., says: "If you are ever troubled
with piles, apply Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It cured me of them for good
20 years ago." Cures every sore
wound, burn or abrasion. 26c at all
drug stores. .
Miss Sarah and Muaster Lamar Raney.
leave Sunday for a summer's outing in
New Hamshire.
Mr. R. J. Bradford and family will go
today to Tress to enjoy the cool breez-
es of the Gulf during the remainder of
the summer.
Mrs. Thomas Eugene Perkins and
little son, Fredrick expect to visit Pablo
Beach next week.
Sixty days in Tallahassee has con-
vinced the writer that the people's in-
tarest might be Mter served by mak-
ing a few change in the cabinet offi-
cers.-Manatee River Journal, edited
by Senator Joe. H. Hamphries.
Mrs. McCrory of DeLand is visiting
relatives in the city. Mrs. McCroryis
an aunt of Mr. C. M. Strange.
Rev. John Micekler and family are
V este of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mickler.
r. Mickler assisted Mr. Patterson in
the Sunday morning services at Trinity
Methodist Church.
Mr. T. R. Hodges, the new manager
of the express office, has been joined by
his family. They are all pleasantly
domiciled at Mrs. C. Butler's.
Mr. Edward FItxgerald has rented
'he cottage on North Monroe at., own-
ed by Mr. Thomas J. Perkins, and there
Mrs. Fitsgerald's many friends will
find her, beaming with self, congratu-
lations over the change from years of
hotel life.
De Not Neglect the Childrea.
At this season of the year the first
unnatual looness of a child's bowels
should have immediate attention. The
best thine that can be given is Cham-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy followed by coastor oil as direct-
ed with each bottle of the remedy. For
sale by Tallahasse aDrug Co store *
Hemae to eat.
Op poite Leon Hotel. Apply to Ju-
lius Diamond. 14-2t

A Cap ef White Hese or le Labe
Neca and Java Cefee
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 in
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 food
products-those we have tested our-
selves, and so can stand by them.
J. W. CoLLiNs, Grocer.

Electric Lights and Power.

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

To Put On Day Service

as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
C. H. ELLIS, Superintendent of the Electric
Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
information desired. Give him your orders
and report to him any defective service. P
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We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle
man's profit. Our prices are right. See us and be convinced.

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W. D. Pratorlus,
Funeral Director

Licensed Bmbalmer.

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Veterlnary Physician
,ad Srsoen.
Dental Work a Specialty.

i The loan of two hundred dollar, on
Monroe street prop y. Addre ox
220 Tallahassee. 1141

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Tallahassee, Fla., April 23rd, 1907.

Dear Sir: How do you like the buggy I sold you?
Reply will greatly oblige, Yours very truly,

I. Do


A Few Replys to the Above Letter.

Tallahassee, Fla., April 24, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City,
Dear Sir: I am very highly pleased with the COLUM-
BUS buggy bought of you several months ago.
Very truly yours, V. F. BALKCOM.
Tallahassee, Fla., April 24, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City.
Dear Sir: I consider the COLUMBUS buggy one of
the best vehicles made. It is durable, comfortable, and
requires less repairs than any buggy I ever used.
Yours very truly, H. E. PALMER.
Ocklocknee, Fla., April 24, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir: The COLUMBUS buggy bought of you has
proven very satisfactory. I, think the whole makeup is
first class in every respect, and for light draught and com-
fort cannot be excelled. I am very much pleased with it.
Yours very truly, G. I. DAVIs.
Tallahassee, Fla., April 24, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir: The COLUMBUS buggies you sold to me
are satisfactory in every respect. Yours truly,
Tallahassee. Fla., April 25th, 1907
J. D. Cay, City.
Dear Sir: The COLUMBUS buggy purchased of you
is a comfortable and easy rolling vehicle, and has proven
thoroughly satisfactory. Very truly, G. H. GwYNN.
Tallahassee, Fla., April 24th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City,
Dear Sir: Replying to your favor of the 23rd relative
to the TYSON & JONES buggy I purchased of you, would
say that I am highly pleased with it and I do not think I
could be better suited if I had bought direct from the fac-
tory, made from specifications furnished by me.
I might add that the price charged is fully in line and
taking these things into consideration, one has everything
to gain and nothing to lose by patronizing home.
Yours very respectfully,.
Woodville, Fla., April 25th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fla.,
Dear Sir: The TYSON & JONES buggy I bought of
you sometime since comes up to your recommendation in
every respect. I have on my place Barnesville and Rock
Hill buggies, and like the TYSON & JONES better than
any of them, and recommend them to my friends and
neighbors. Yours truly, G.W. RHODES.
Tallahassee, Fla., April 24th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City,
Dear Sir: I am well pleased with the TYSON &
JONES buggy bought of you. Respectfully,

Tallahassee, Fla., May 27th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City,
Dear Sir: I would like to say that the COLUMBIA
buggy I bought of you two months ago has given perfect
satisfaction and I consider it as good value as any buggy
I have. Yours very truly, J. P. S. HOUUTON.
Woodville, Fla., April 24th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fla.,
Dear Sir: In reply to yourfavor of the 28rd will say,
I am more than delighted withthe buwuI bugM t of you
several months ago. All Hail to the COLUMBIA buggy.
Yours very truly. C. J. FuRmLL.
Tallahassee, Fla., May 21st, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City,
Dear Sir: In reply to yours of recent date will say
that the COLUMBIA buggy I bought of you some months
ago, has given perfect satisfaction and has proven all it
was recommended to be. Yours respectfully,
Wakulla, Fla., May 23rd, 1.07.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fla., ...
Dear Sir: I am greatly pleased with the COLUMBIA
buggy I bought of you. It has exceptionally light running
qualities, and is as nicely finished buggy as I ever owned.
Yours truly, G. E. Russ.
Arran, Fla., April 25th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fla.,
Dear Sir: The COLUMBIA buggy you sold to me last
December has given entire satisfaction. It has shown up
to be of the best workmanship and material. Wishing you
all success, I am,Yours verytruly, W. K. Coox.
Lloyd. Fla.. April 29th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee. Fla.,
Dear Sir: Your letter of 24th at hand, asking how I
like the OETTINGER buggy I bought of you recently.
Allow me to say in reply I am perfectly satisfied with the
buggy and also that it is as easy riding buggy as I ever
rode in, with NO exception.
You're very truly. L S. CRUMP.
Chaires, Fla., April 26th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee. Fla.,
Dear Sir: I have yours of the 23rd. in reference to
the OETTINGER buggy bought from you. I am very
well pleased with it and think it is a nice and well put up
buggy. I am satisfied with it in every respect
Yours very truly, G. W. PATTERSON.
Tallahassee, Fla., April 25th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, City,
Dear Sir: The VALDOSTA buggy I purchased from
you, in September last, has been in daily use and has been
entirely satisfactory. Believe it to be a good vehicle.
Yours very truly. R. W. WILLIAMS.

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alg Up a Smile.
A. Ns Is a fdflow th1inr to meet. B se wo soul e world

A. poeZe're a g% sabd the world to all
UWrlMhenpe-, sJ1renthlert' worth while--
UI~sith t I eu mohaI tar -
-o --Wi-s tmd bet.
We aFe cars y a Ne tock of otor-

ellf anoelty, sidinl n wide
ewrt. hid o rm. ad Ure worma n all
iOn Wed day othlen 2rth whllat -
o'lck W. m. at's theapsoi end call of d anr.
teiM T thurh, oritn up A. t mi lll.
Lee. ra W.- lat of NatClum onal Dly.
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We ar carrying Ca niobbwe st maock of floor
to Mr. M novrd May, idiformerlng and wy de
ny, now an reslet of whatvanyou
want. Child Bros.

Only the mdnembday,Junrs of tth, at 11
'clock a. m. at the resident of Mr.
aheon a dep. atson Cobbthe afternooev W.
H.a Ziffl vrpastor the groom t Preeby.
tran then take up thing, Mi elliatn
Has.rlan, latrue D of Columbrat ns the
aw sister of Mrs Cobb, was married
to Mir. M. Sanford May, formerly of
90iney, and now a resident of Havana,
Only thfrendmbes of the family wein
prent. After the ceremony the
bridal party enjoyed a dellclous lun.
this onity and departed on the afternoon

the happy couple.t
train for Quincy, where th7 willmake
a brief v"sit to the rroom"s relatives,
and then take up their resi th, 907dence at
Havana. The True Democrat oColnnsTs the
many friend of the two families in
this city in unlimited ood wisrkinganhe for
the happy couple.
!Llve Oak, June 16th, 1907.
Mr. Jno. G. Collins, Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir: This week there was a
"roadster" here working an advertia-
ina story which he called a "Realistile
Romance" or something of the kind
and which he pulled the different busi-
nees men for the mention of their busl-
ms for about three dollars apiece.
The name under which he operated here
was Spence. After .getting the story
worked up here and practically all col-
lected for, he skipped out and never
padM a for the insertlonsof the story
which he had promised them to give.
Rather than let the business men be
duped so on an advertisng proposition
we rm the story anyway for thim.
In ease this shyster settles down in
WT-- -,-ules lot um know. He la
It, 'UWrati ea,,r evy ot, wear-
= It li a ght mray suit, pana-
lhat and canvas shoes; was clean
=ave and talked rather through his
teeth. We allappreciate any infor-
mation ooneemlnR him for we should
like to coop him. Yours very truly,
People in most communities, seem to
love to have such traveling soundrels
bet them. Let the home printer go
out with the schemes such fellows work
his people for whom he works
8 refuse to give him patronage,
L mot any traveling hustler aWn
O6 his saucors easily. Now rallas
hassans, take tals warning and keep
on the watch for this "Realetle Ro
manee" scoundrel, and remember some
days later some more of the same kind
wW come around.
Tallahassee Drug Company, the en-
trprising drug ists of Tallahasee Pla.
having such a large run on "HlN-
DIPO," the new Nerve Tonic and Re-
storer and hear it so highly praised
that they now offer to uarante it in
O7y acae to cure all forms of Kidney
Troaboa and Nervous Disorders.
They pay for it If it does not give
you entire satisfaction.
If you uee it, it is at their risk. not
ytrs. A 60.eent box, Blue lableI Kx-
Strength, 11.00, will put life in a
dead one. Sent by mail under peitive
guarantee. No.3
Mrs. Sarah B. Lamar, is at Hender-
sonville, N. C.,for the summer.
Mr. Hayward Randolph, and his ex-
ellent wife and little daughter are
enodig some weeks at pleasant
Ioavie. Georria.
Mrs. Raymond Cay and Mr. and Mrs.
Cay McCall, are guests at the Conti-
nental Hotel, on the Atlantic Bareh this
Mrs. T. G. Rawls and her mother
Mrs. J. J. Williams, after a short stay
at Atlanta will spend the remainder of
the summer season In North Carolina.
A doefhtful gathering at the home
of Mr. J. Johnston was one of the
metal affairs of this week Mr. John.-
j'as niece. Miss Louisa Horsey. is
vting her uncle and his family, and
the company was invited in her honor.

tMis Clem Hampton left Wednesday
for Jaeksonville and other Florida
I-ta and before returning, will go to
C lfna to attend the meeting of the
Ileg e dal i stlonal Association. Miss
EHamit will be absent two or three
mm land make a tour of the west
visit friends In Atlanta and Chica-

My ea ad business i
now rsed o ti t taire part of
the Cosetanthe Im a early oppo.
site the express ol_ ,- Also sample
lineof fne tal*dmi >
garme- to for men' 0 llay.
4tf W. H. FUnLAND.


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tenonto ow 1.3 U..Of

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Presrvng Kettles,

Perfect t
Blue Flame Wick Oil Stoves,

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for wot belmichs&a fWelas hele;
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Tallhassee Hardware Company.

C. O. ANDREWS, President.

C. E. GASQUE, Manager.


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Laundry Carriage always ready to go to your door.
Call package office at Hill's News Store, front of Blox-
ham Hotel.
Machinery new and long experienced operators.

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Do You Love This

Old Town?
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If vYou do, of course
vou Wall nt to see the town
grow. Yout want to see
the storekeepers prosper,
1I yI the ilbanks bulge with
deposits. and the towns-
pl uople wearing glad
'i,,thit',, and the farmers
falling over each other to
I' itn arid buy tnew hay
rake a til pn tent plows.

law, ik,,wise 4f (' irse,.
S whenn things are that way
outl get vour share of the
general prosperity.

But what are you doing to contribute to the
general prosperity? Are you patronizing home
industries in preference to outside industries?
Do you buy your clothes and groceries and gar.
den tools and so forth here at home?

Well, you aditit, vo.u do send awa '%-1,r a good many
things yyou liS)l b to Pee advertii4l. Aiba! And are they
advertised in this paper? No, indeed- in the mail order
journals and eatalognes. Quite true. And you would just
as soon buy them here if they were advertised by the local
merchant, wouldn't you Why, yes..
Well, now, there's a neat hint to some, of our local store-
keepers and dealers who perhaps haven't discovered why
they are losing a lot of home trade which they ought to

it's a wise business man that knows his
own opportunities.

NOT'I'E is hr.ehv given that the following described lands will be sold at pub-
lie iretion on the 5th daiy of August. at the Court House, in Tealahassee, in the
County of l.eon, or no much thereof an will be necessary to pay the amount due
for taxeN herin wmt opipoite to the samt-, together with cost of such sale aad
n vo-rtrllng"

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J.-nitl. Wrigllh. agt.. for Mary W\right'I A ., interest of part of T. C. Iot
mliants., ol,..i-half ... .. ... .I No. 6 0. P., described to-wit:
H-gin at the SE corner of said
Iot and run W 77 ft, thence N
.0 ft. thence E 77 ft and thence
8 At ft to the place of begin
ninl (house) ...................
Jnni \ W'ignh. for Jmnnif M 8. A\ interest of part of T. C. iot
A.\lOx.Ni ile-.r, ;I rI -half inter ls ... No. 5, (. P., described to wit: Be-
gin at the SHE corner of said Lot
a; d run WV 77 ft, thence N 70 ft,
th) ltnce 77 ft and thence 8 76
ft to the place of beginning
( ( hou ei ) ..........................
H t Wil .n .. .. 'T. C. Lot No. 250. 0. P. (house)..
l riirh .tti tlllithis ; stat.. ........... T. CV. Lot No. 312, O. P., except
34 ft on the N hlde thereof
I house ) ..........................

Mr.- A. I". Miller Et.
J, allo o ll. ;ig t ..........
Mr. A. I". MII r E:st
Johni in4 n. i t.....
J. It. M xw ell..........
Alex Joplitil )no ........ ..,.- l' :lwarls.

SI i 'II 1 mit-k.......
Iol .M. 'i orm nk il
S4nphisl.Mieormh k

i'rhimaa aa. htI-hetl .

Wry FiElen ('ombst

1b..~loo Ridolph .

Maggi Hall.....
Kdmund Johnson

IHenry Doustass .........
Mrs. lole Zoillissle E
alvey aarkey .........
Jam*es Ri ers........
.na AUes ast.. Annie
5 J. Atkinson..........
Juilt M nlAm. ..........
JameS n*v tt..........
Thomas J. Prkins....

.... . . T. (' I. t No. '221 N A House)....
. MIss June R.
.............. 1. l t No. 24, N A (house)....
... The O0 ft of T. C. Lot No. 256
N A (2 hou e ) .................
... ... The W M) ft of T. C. Lot No. 26.,
) N A (2 houses) ..................
.. ....... lart of T. C. Lot No. 8 NW A. de-
; t'lhed to-wit: Heglnning at a
point 56 ft West of the SE corner
of Paid Lot No. .8 which is the
place of beginning, then run W 41
ft. thence N 116 ft and 6 Inches,
thence E 21 ft. thence N 4 ft and
4 Inches. thence E 20 ft, thence I
120 ft and 9 Inches to the place
of beginning ......................
Part of T. C. Lot No. 11, NW A,
Sdec('ribed to-wit: Beginning at a
inlt 55 ft West of the 8E corner
f *-aid Iot No. 11. which Is the
Isla'' of beginning, then run W
41 ft, thence N 170 ft and 9
Inth,., thence M 41 feet, thence 8
170 ft and inches to the place
of twginning.....................
... r. ..v of NW\V of T. c. Lot No. 45,6.
NW, A Ehoutw) .................
... .I'.art of the WV4 of NW'4 of T. C.
Iot No. 45, NW A. described to-
wit:; Beglnnlng at the NWcorner
of "ld lnot No. 46, then run K
v b ft and 4 Inches then 8 100 ft
mand a Inches. thence W 86 ft and
i Im'hes. thence N 100 ft and 9
Inches to the place of beginning..
S ibdivIsion No. 3 of T. C. Lot No.
No. 4 NW A. as per slat re-
c'orded In Deed Book J. j., pae
S 508 (house) .......................
.... irhe E' or 90 ft nff the East aode
of Lot "C." of T. C. Lot 61, nW
A. as per pat recorded In Deed
Hilook H. H., page bil (house)....
. iThe W 3-6 or 60 feet of Lot A.
Sof T. C. Lot No. 62 NW. A. as
rp plat recorded in Deed Aook
1. H.. lgce 91; the El-. or 0
ft off Lot "B," of T. C. Lot No.
SNW. A. m per plat reoorde t
Deed Book H. H.. page 691
(house) .................. .......
..... of Wt of 8% of T. C. Lot N24;
7 N Co (houae ..............
..... ... I Part o ofT. C. Lot No. ., N
Co 4. described to-wit: Begl at
Iteh 1 corner o Paid Lot No. I.
then run W 100 ft on Clinton .. ..
which tl the point of bqInail.
i then run N 10fit, th, nWI Mf,
more or leas, then 8 140 ft. them
X 126 ft more or less. to the
point of beginnlng (house)......

Co o souee)............ j.......

FIsher,. ag...... T C LotC .4 co 6 (he,,,)
.................. T. C. Lot No 06 ........
. ......... .. T. C. Lot Nt 11. I Co 4.% (eo)
................ Loe .. T. .N . % ......
.. ...... ......... T. C. Lot No. 1 7,. A ............

C. Z. FENN, City Tax Collector.

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1 W"* hw s ha bev n oe= ded cut.
SJ "e Br0 e .d wife anspenoding
a few wT aa t ladIma lpaige.
Lea1oeot's, School Boad i'stoses-*
Stm todawiny. PEnndiummm t week.
t Uye a~w airthylou a' or i
81 ai d them toell m o t them
Md prnater.
Kim ARa.e Hopkins, of TbomarOls.
to h attractive guet Of MiN
Lum eM awis.
Mr. and Frank Cob. a newly
d pa from 0 L have ben
visting relatives ia nTlhhmee.
The Defunate Brame. asks: Did youe
ever stop to ask yourself what you an
for the benefit of the town in
w=n you live?
The Tallahmee Steam Lndr has

return them. 18
Mrs. R. H. Gamble is spending ber
summer at 2134 Oak street, Baltimore.
Md.. and her Tallahassee friends will
be pleaded to know that she is well and
anMoying the outing.
We have on hand a large stock of fine
kiln-dried 4-inch floorng a&d aelliuo;
ao 8 and 10 inch fia boards. The
r t Dwill pleae you. Get your order
c wtue t lasts. Child Bros. Lumber
Yard. 9
no The United Daughters of the Con-
an' Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock at the
S residence of Mrs. Royal Dunn, and a
good attendance iai expected.
Mrs. A. L. Woodward has come to re-
main with Mrs. F. P. Woodward's
undergo another severe operation, and
Mr. and Mr. F. P. Woodward and Miss
Margurite Demilly will leave for that
city tomorrow.
Sewing machine bobbins, shuttles,
belts, serew drivers and needles, for
any machine, and machine oil, at J. D.
Cay's. 7
The splendid school buildings at Lake
City will again be occupied. The State
Baptist Association has secured same
and will at once proceed to prepare for
the opening of a Baptist College. We
congratulate Lake City upon the good
fortune which has fallen to her.-Madi-
son New Enterprise. and so do we.
If the young men will give their
names and send all their laundry work,
including all underwear, the Steamn
Laundry will give 20 per cent off of
each b il. Thas includes only those who
sign the list that will be sent around.
Hon. W. M. Holloway will leave to-
morrow for California to attend the
o meeting of the National Educational
Association. He has kept himself close
to the duties of his office, has earned
the vacation, and his friends rejoice
with him that he has affairs so well in
hand now that he can recuperate. Mr.
Holloway is a painstaking and efficient
state official.
The Steam Laundry has found it nec-
essary to install a seventy-five-inch
mangle. All fiat work can be done in
one-fifth of the time. 18
Phoebe, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace Quarterman has re-
covered from her long attack of fever
and will be taken next Wednesday to,
Maryland for the summer.
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne is with his
son Joe, at Baltimore, where he with-
stood, successfully, an operation for
hernia, and is now doing finely. Mrs.
Browne and Miss Susan are visiting
friends at Jacksonville, and all Talla-
hasseeans hope they will soon be united,
well, and return to this city to reside.
The whole "Browne family" is very
popular with our people.







Here we mention a few of the many Exceptionable Bargains we offer those who
attend our HATCHET SALE, JULY 8, 9 and 10th. Values that are un-matchable.
Don't miss this Money Saving opportunity.

0 In White Lawn, Value 12je, while it asts ........8le
61 yds iured Lawns, value 8 to 10s........ -...- 6c
100 yds Fiured Lawn Sheer Cloth, value 12e, ..... 8
White Dreas Linen, 36 In. wide, was Ue, sale price .29e
Good Quality Persian Lawn, worth u. special,-...-. 0oe
800 Fancy White Walsting, Elegant patterns, was 5c
all priee ---------------------. -------------- 39c
1000 yds Val Lace and Inserting, was Be and l0c, sale, 6c
Brown Drees Linen, value 16c, special......-. -.-. l0c

Colored Wash Skirts, Coverts and Duck, was $1.00,..79c
White Linen, 86 in wide suitable for sh'.ts and chil-
drena suits 50c everywhere, very special,.......--------...39c
Brown Drees Linen 32 In wide, was 25c, sale, ......... 19e
Dotted Swiss, beautiful 25c quality, sale price, ....... 19c
Dotted Swiss, good We cloth, sale price ..... ----......15e
200 Boxes Toilet Soap, 6 cakes to the box, worth 10c
per cake, Hatchet Sale, per box,. .... ......-..19c

Special Value in Mens Summer Clothing.

Don't Miss It.


July HATCHET SALE 8,9,10.





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City Council Nmetln. In the Interest of State Colleges.
The City Council held a meeting last Mr. Asa Bushnell Clark, represent-
night, at which were present President ing the Florida Female College, at Tal-
Spiller and Messis. Chittenden, Lewis, lahassee, and the University of the
Moor, Myers and Saxon. State of Florida, at Gamesville, is in
An ordinance was passed requiring the city in the interest ot the institu-
public hacks and drays to be numbered, tions mentioned. Mr. Clark is princi-
and providing a penalty for the viola- pal of the high school at quincy, but is
tion thereof; also an ordinance regulat- spending his vacation soliciting scholars
ing the speed of automobiles, requiring for the state colleges. He says that
the same to be provided with lights, the attendance during the past term
and providing a penalty for violation was gratifying, but the capacity ot the
thereof.* schools is equal to many additional pu-
The Fire Department Committee of. pils. The standard of the state educa-
the council was authorized to purchase tional institutions has been raised since
a new combination hook and ladder the elimination of all but these two.
truck and chemical fire extinguisher. The tuition is free, the scholars being
The sanitary officer was directed to under living expenses only. Mr. Clark
notify all property owners in the city is at the Monson House until to-mor-
to have their lots and sidewalks cleaned row morning, and will be pleased to
of all weeds, grass, etc. furnish all information to prospective
It was directed that the street sprink- scholars. -St. AugUstine Record
ler recently purchased be painted, and --
that the space thereon be sold to the Oar Two Frankls.
merchants as advertising space upon They are talking about this on and
the best terms in the interest of the They are talking about this on4 and
cit that one running or congress agalast
Warrants were drawn aggregating Frank Clark. The fellow who wants to
W1.80.rants were keep his scalp had better let Frank
(To know what both ordinances con- alone. A large majority of tne people
tain and provide for in full go to the of the second district are entirely satis-
city market. They were oeid post fled with his service and intend to keel)
ed there, that the public might read him in congress.--Starke Telegraph.
and know what i required inautomo- The Hon. Frank Adams, of Hamilton
bile speed, etc. county, is looming up on the political
e spe t .. -.- horizon as a very formidable candidate

Weeds Must be Cut.
Since writing and printing on the
first page of this issue, our local on
weeds, the city council at a meeting
last night, instructed the sanitary offi-
cer to notify all property owners to
have cut and removed at once those
"beautiful weeds" and grass. Now
citizens, get busy, it will only require a
short time and very little expense for
each individual to do his part, and then
we will soon have no ugly weeds.

for Uuited States senator. He is en-
tirely worthy of the honor and the state
would be fortunate in having him at
Washington.-- Starkl Telegraph.
Colic and Diarrhoea.
Pains in the stomach, colic and
diarrhoea are quickly relieved by the
use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by
Tallahassee Drug Co' store.
Bring the Democrat your job printing.

For Sal1l
Horse Buggy and harness (not afraid
of automobiles) apply to.
Miss Christine Wideman will cele-
brate her seventeenth birthday by giv-
ing a masquerade party to her young
friends. A great deal of speculation
and guessing is going on in regard to
the various costumes and much fun
had in their preparation A party of
this kind is a novelty to most of that
"set," and is eagerly looked forward
to b all those who have been bidden
by the young hostels.
200 Pairs Ladies Oxfords and San-
dals at 80c, 75c, and $100 per pair,
Value $1.80 to $3.50, at
W. R. Wilson's

Fluemo a's Practice.

Fireen's Practice.
On every Thursday or Friday after-
noon there will be a firemen's practice,
so when the alarm sounds at or about
6:15 p. m. do not look for the location
of a burning building, but come out
and see our young nreboys, who are
made of the best material practice.
Tallahasseeans are proud of the fire
laddies, and all believe we will soon
have to keep company with them an
equally as good military company.
Major W. 0. Ames has returned
home from Baltimore, where he accom-
paned Mrs. Ames who went to a noted
hospital in that city for treatment. He
reports his wife as greatly imoroving
and that she will soon return home ful-
ly restored to health is the earnest wish
of her Tallahassee friends.

Print with your home printer always.

State Institutions for Higher Education

UniverSity of the
State of Florid.
Galaesvtlle, Fla.
A high-grade institution for young
men. offering Literary, Scientific En-
gineering. Agricultural and Pedagogi-
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Strong Faculty well equipped lab-
oratories; thorough instruction, both
theoretical and practical; careful super-
vision and discipline; high moral tone.
No tuition charges to Florida stu-
dents. Other expenses very low.
For catalogue and information ad-

Florida Female College
Tallaassee. ria.

A College for Women, without a
>arullel in the South, embracing a Col-
lege for Liberal Arts a School for
Teachers, a School of Industrial Arts,
a School of Fine Arts, including piano,
pipe organ, violin voice culture, elo-
cution and physical culture.
A Faculty of able specialists in all
Tuition free. Charges for special in-
struction in Fine Arts reduced to a
minimum. New buildings in course of
construction Write for Catalogue.

Tuesday, Mr. George H. Averett be-
gan the terracing, grading and leveling
aof the grounds at the Governor's Man-
sion and with his experience and the
machinery and appliances in his hands
for that class of work will soon have it
done in neat and durable shape. Re-
gardless of what has been said about
the location of the Mansion, when all
the work there has been completed, it
will be one of the prettiest residence
places in Florida, Lut as is always the
case, it will take a little time to make
it so.
The State colored business league
has been in session in this city this
weex, and we are informed it was a
very profitable and pleasant one. We
had been promised a write up for this
issue of the paper, but up to time of
4 of going to press, it has not come in,
so will have to go over
B. B. Laughter, Byhalia. Miss,
writes: "I have two children who
had cro p. I tried many different re-
medies, but 1 must say your Horehound
Syrup is the best Croup and Cough
medkinc I ever used" Sold by all
If you think of buying an automobile
get a demonstration of the Little Reo
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Am't woe a6 tlookn Iaot, we wh
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Cl---- o imaddaste for Governor
and the too, we have all gvan MrI
Broward a lot of "free adve ."
Look at the thing as It stead=. W
lad theooplear one am this conaser
vtWVlsolioIa the whip hand in Florid
only we wI Riot amone ourslies
aU we and sdo I UNITE. We an el*c
good ma on who we will unite.
Think of what we did to the drainage
amendment. We were all ONE on thae
mad It was kdled by a majority thai
should have filled with shame those whc
fathered its cause. But we were uni
ted then, we were working for the peo
ple and the State and the people were
with us at the polls.
After that we took too much for gran-
ted we believed the blow so severe thai
it's supporters were buried forever be.
neath that land-slide of ballots, and al.
so, there were some among us who be-
lieved that "to the victor belongs the
Some who worked for the defeat of
the measure solely for the good of the
State, let their thoughts turn, after it',
defeat, to thoughts of personal glory or
personal gain
There could be but one outcome, we
drifted apart and lost our strength for
"a house divided against itself cannot
stand." The administration, though de-
feated, was not discouraged, and at once
doubled its efforts to gain strength.
That It has been successful in its efforts
one has but to glance at the work of the
recent Legislature to learn. At press.
ent all we can do is look the situation
in the face, admit ourselves beaten and
prepare for the next primary as never
The day of victory is sure to come,
but not until we who would mee the State
return to the safe and sane polocles that
were the rule back in the days of Mitch.
el, and Bloxham, sand others that went
before, back to the days when Republi-
can corruption was overthrown and
Democracy mounted to power In this
great State of ours, are ready to unite
once more, ready to drop our petty
aeuabbling, ready to lay aside thoughts
of private gain, and get together on a
man to whom no man can point and
speak of him except in works of praise,
a man who is broad enough to see that
JuMke is ali ke to allinterests, cor-
porate or vate, Ad who has the
courage tohee tht the Hhte of both
a protected, one who will leave poll.
tis ime while fills the ofee of
chief executive.
Th a anehundreds of such men, but
the question la which is the stronger?
We must find him ad ALL us WORK
for him and he will be elected by a ma-
ority unprecedented In the history of
the State.-Orlando Democrat.
Mpr mMs Since"e Amrciattl
The State Epworth League Conven-
tion held here last week was a suoesa
in attendance, interest and result. The
local league desire to express their sin-
cere appreciation and thanks to those
not members of the Methodist church
who so willingly and kindly furnished
homes for delegates. Also, the arrange-
ment committee are grateful to the
young men of the town for their liberal
financial aid to help defray expenses.
Bec'y Tallahasaee Epworth League
The laundry wagon will rome to
your door twice each week 16-tf
The next regular meeting of the
Board of Trade will meet July 16th, at
glksa Hall.
LOT-One tan riding brrdlk at Sea-
board freight warehouse, finder will be
rewarded by leaving same at this of-
fice. 18-2t
Thee scholaris, teachers and friends
of the Baptist Sunday School spent a
meet pleasant d Wednesday pdcnick.
irg at Lake Hall.
Mrs. Judage Chare B. Parkhill, and
son returned last week from Baltimore,
wher, sh carried the young man for
hi health and treatment at the hopl-
Male NeKenale, of Palatka, and
I M.Feyf itniy,. of Lake City. are
Sthe attractive young teachers
.ein attendance at the training
Mis. Helen Brooks, the competent
Mtonropher of Hon. W. C. Hodges,
alttorn, haa returned to-her home In
York City for her vacation. Her
i~eds hope to see her back this fall
after the hot season Is over.

Mrs. Evelyn Manning returned last
week for her home at acksouvlUe, af-
ter ipleasant visit to her parents, Mr.
nu Mrs. George Jwisn and hosts of
Tlfhee friends. There Is always
a hearty welcome awaiting our Tails-
baue men and women, w now reeIde
Prof. Tom McBeath's Exponet says,
ami he s the veay beet authority in
sauh matters: State Superintendent
Holloway is to be congratuated on the
selection of the Summer School facul-
ties. As wholes, they are the strong-
est we have ever had We look for the
sebools to be largely attended this
Mrs. G S. Whittlesey returned
Today after a pleasant outing of ten
days at Jamestown and other points.

That twhe sh d ad a e tobee
crops of Leon countyare aU to th
good so far as the seasons have gone,
nom will doubt, and tbo emt Mer-

e the wole c t wil bebu-to
0- Then wfVM be large"y inetp
ISO aoy other splantr N hi ad
I- tod thereby. Mr. A. W1i1, who
s a lae grower sad aM oom.eir of
S wan, o with thers, eing a large
it and substantial brick nasking ware-
f house just above the M dpot,
', coming up town, sad po siby 1 do
'. more to encourage our farmea and
people to go lato the businea taa any
e other one etisom, while the Asoley
- Real Estate Compay have been active
s and busy in encoraging and lding
1, *Vistaene to it. Thi company and
t Mr. George W. Saxon are also ereting
a sub-stantial three-story brick pack-
* ing and curing warehouse out in the
t Frenchtown neighborhood in the north-
t west of the city. Mr. Julius Hirsch-
burg, of the El Provedo Cigar Corn-
* pany, large manufacturers of the best
- cigars, is our largest shaded tobacco
grower, and he and his associated have
been very successful with tobacco for
- several years, and our people accord
t them full credit for the help and en-
- couragement they have given them to
* go into and profit by the business.
Shoe who are in the business have
Proven without a shadow of a doubt
that Leon produces as good, and as
f much to the acre of Sumatra leaf to-
Sbaeco as does Gadsden or any other
I county in America. Let this valuable
r business be pushed for all it is worth.
9 Bert Barber, of Elton, Wis., says "I
r have only taken four doses of your Kid-
ney and Bladder Pills and they have
done for me more than any other medi-
cine has ever done. I am still taking
the pills as I want a perfect cure." Mr.
Barber refers to DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills, which are unequaled for
Backache, weak kidneys, inflammation
of the bladder and all urinary troubles.
A weeks treatment for 26c. Sold by
All Druggists. *
Admirably Fits Hin.
Hon. W. M. Holloway, state super-
intendent of public instruction, visited
Brooksville Satnrday last on official
business. He made a most favorable
Impression on our people in the admira-
ble way he transacted the business he
had In hand. His courteous, affable
and polite manner, dignified bearing
and equanimity of temper under the
most trying circumstances, as well as
his clear Judgment and courage of de-
cision, admirably fit him for the high
and responsible position he holds. As
has been well stated by another, he
has let no friends and made many
since he became state superintendent
of public instruction. We hope he will
come again and stay longer, when our
schools are in session so that he can
see in operation the best system of
schools In the state. Brooksvile Argus.
All the above is true, and much more
can be said of Mr. Holloway, and The
True Democrat will say some of it In a
future issue.
11-- -,.
SbhWlg NMarked Ability.
President A. A. Murphree, of the
Florida Female College, issues one of
the most complete catalogues of the
school that could be completed Every
information that could be asked fore F
contained In its 130 pages, arranged
under appropriate heads. The showing
for last session is excellent in all re-
peocts, and the attendance was 220 pu-
pils, of which Leon county sent 58, the
second largest number, 17 coming from
Alachu a county.
Whatever may be said of other col-
legI. President Murphree certainly is
showing marked ability in handling the
one at Tallahassee.-Gainesville Ele-

There Are Few
people who know how to take care of
themselves-the majority do not The
liver is a most importantant organ in
the body. Herbine will keep it in con-
dition. V.C. Simpkins, Al b Texas.
writes: "I have used Herbine for
Chills and Fever and find it the beet
medicine I ever used. I would not be
without it. It is aa good for children
as It Is for grown-up people, and I re-
commend it. It is f no for La Grippe."
Sold by all Druggists. *P
Captain J. H. Penn and wife will
leave tomorrow or Sunday for a visit to
relatives and friends at Abbeville and
Cordele, Georgia.
For scratches burns, cuts, insect bites
and the many little hurts common to
every family DeWitt's Carbolised
Which Hae alve is the beet remedy.
It ia soothing, cooling clean and heal
n. Be sure you gt DeWitt's. Sold
by All Druggit.
The 1907-19068 catalogue of the Flor-
ida Female College comes to us a seat
and attractive book of 130 pages. This
institution Is doing a great work for
the state, and we wish for It the bright
future it deserves.-Orlando Democrat.
The Live Oak Democrat says: "It
takes a strong-minded man to refer to
a young wdow a a 'peach' in the
presence of his wife... We wouldn't
give a wooden nickel for all a man
knows who thinks he knows It all....
There's nothing like a good reputation
--if you have the backbone to live up
to it. "
Miss Elsie Douglass d Gov. Bro-
ward returned last wee after a visit
of several days in Jacksonville. Mrs.
Broward and br 8 fine daughters will
go to Port George, where they have a
summer home, early in July. Upo
their return they will establish them.
selves in the new Governor's mansion

Under O Joa June 1 the oap0.
trooler oa ot to the tax esmeg es of
the stateot folowt:
The rate e taxst= L for allMo
rpsieens o 5ed by law for the y
1o5is14 l B, as foUllow
For ga vmue -- ........---- mils
Stte tax....... ------ 1 mil
Peal to.................4 milt
Board f Healthax ..--..--.. 1- ai
Total ......................71
With a" i ease of cutnty oad em.
ni pal t p iee poa thm th
Do ato Portfn wlli To tax- ber.
me s t Wh ro me Mpro y mre
rThesngthon were theyti heart bogs-
poosse eA-tag The mer
we oe rii of political, machine jug-
glry the betterjoff we will be.
The Democrat has received t heata-
logue of the Florida Female Coltge at
TallaOasase for 1907-8, and the faet
and Arers set forth in it show tht
this state institution is in a very flour-
ishin condition and that it rapidly
growing into the front rank of South-
em schools for the higher edusctio of
young women. Florida is entitled to
such a school, so that with the best op
portunities for culture at home, there
will be no necesity ofsending our girls
abroad for that purpose. Sound and
thorough education for young women
is quite as important as it is for young
men, and the college at Tallaha e
evidently alert to both its opportunity
and its duty.-Live Oak Democrat.
Mr. S. W. Clark, visited Jackson-
ville Saturday and was registered at
the Everett hotel.

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

BEST and

Can be built formless than
15 cents a Rod.

William Roberts,
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.

JeLa. Li. Ferrell,


General Repair
Horse Shoeing by
pert who has had
of experience. .

an ex-

A portion of the public
patronage Is solicited
and satlitactiOn guaran,


Tinning, Plumbing

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-


Plumbing a Specialty.



Cough Syrup
ReOeves CoMo by working them out of
the system through a cpious and healthy
action of the bow .
et Covers C by clansing the
nmc membrane the throat cheet
mad bronchial tubes.

Children Like It,


H~L3 ft




'r. *. GOsFy .r. Timbss MiL
Open Day and RtooNs Net and Clam Table- Supplied
the Bt te maAret affrd.
RATUS: $1 1Pl DAY, *S 33. WEUK.
Me*s 35 CRt" 35 Cta.
Eat plenty and ship Mound,
Pay yourbill and take in the town.

SWe Are Now Open

We are located on the east side of Monroe street
next to telegraph office where you will find every
thing new, neat and clean.
Your prescriptions will always be filled as the
doctors write them.
Our Mr. R. W. Cobb will be glad to see any
friends and is always glad to make new ones.
Don't forget the place, next to telegraph office.

Re W. Cobb, Drujg Co.




Ladies Suits a Sp-cialty.

Work called for and delivered to any part of the City.
Membership $1.50 per month. Phone No. 13.
G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.

A Public Benefactor.
--_ What the Thomasville Shiropodist
Is able to Sorreets
Soft Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perspiring Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

To The Public.
Having suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now being free from
such pain, I most cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiropodist of Thomasville, Ga-Macon Telegraph.
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffice, Macon, ua.

Mrs. Geo rge Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage. Hair Dress-
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the MarcelWavea specialty.
A woman fixds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking she
creates it. Evey woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comely without
in head hand and feet.Pain from Corna, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails ounneeary;
they effect the eye-sight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every disorder
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.

Dr. Robert E. Willams,
Surgeon Shlropodist Masseur,
Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St. THOMASVILLE, GA.

Old Kemper Livery Stables.

Under New Management.

50 pW mot of yow Sof M by h vin
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class3Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
:Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your old
suit made nw for little money. First-Clas Tailor R.air and MSakes Cloths
to fit. Old Panama Haep Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 343 CN to S Pt, TdqKo P No. 375.a

Go to the Drufd Store on the
other side of Monroe St.



. .

r? rI


*fag- iestahig ts
We mat not- i make spedal
M t of Mr. Upo for his unelrh
make the aftai aes o the

nMdo *umaa o W .u
reeie tot orowgt twasLe sto at
T aerno peasda asa

*y p atod Mr. ..ut, who
Sand b at hie ames. aked suaort

S o tund of both table nd gth up Tbe
S btoe sineAd, lad ank rend ta
o for the praerf ano raise
servceivedthe crch, wat bden to "pat
drink ( sad bo mariT." It i
Sneedle ie to my hltall obe re
and after the o a the uaual
Sound of picuie enjoym nto, thesun be-
ae. Wednesday eviner thed
a Iual time for the pmer and prae
servieo of the chureh,_it had beth pre-
vlously decided to hold thb serve at
the lake., the party ena
ed a most impa e erie led by
the pastor, just sunset. After which,
upper was served and following mrnme-

declared theme satisfied with the
pleasures of the day.
4th ef July Coheieon,.
It has bee nutabers of years since
Tallahassaee ha had a ien old time
gne4th Jly t ths wW et ib
cu e aee t of the Base Ball
Club iha unrtaken to make tha a
bg day, and if all hands will join in,
we wul have a lively 4th.
S On the mornlc of the 4th, Apalachi-
S cola will play Tallahassee on m the new
All places of business will be asked
to cloes their doors at 12 o'clock noon,
Sand drug stores at 8 p. m.
Beginning at 2 40 p. I., the parade;
Sconsiseting of the two base ball teams,
the BloxhaA Rifles, and the Volunteer
t Fare Department; will march to the
ball grounds; where after alutes by
the militia a patriotic address will be
delivered to the crowd. Immediately
following the address; the second b
VP game will be pulled ef. Prof. Hath-
aw1 win deover theaddress.
A oin ua now, and let's have a rest
big day! X. X. X .
hA kDn rewa eadleoc
that sometimes terminates fatally, is
the atoppage of liver and bowel
P tats. To quickly end this condition
without disagreeable sensations, Dr.
King's New Life Pills should always be
your remedy. Guaranteed absolutely
satisfactory in every case or money
back, at all drug store. 25c. *
Peoltace*s-a Ceopani
One of the grafter_ who received
sentence in Pensecola Thursday, asked
through his attorney leniency. The
attorney stated that the "prisoner had,
up to within the past two or three
yea, enjoyed a good reputation."
"Two or three years sneo," said the
council, "the reoner entered into
poiie-he It n eto bd company and
mled to IeHadown fall."
That's about the way of it.
S When a man quit honest work to go
S into politics don't take him long to
go to the devil.-Milton Index.

,a *pledeo of Taflaha-ee Seety,.
Mrs Y.-"Oh, by the way, Eleanor,
w are going to gt up a amateur
theatrical eterainmest, ad we wait
your husband for one of there parts"
Mrs. Z.-"Indeed? Well I don't
know about that. I an perfectly wiu-
a to let John comeover hereto e
but f you think I go to l-
Pmf m std ae women, you are
set en in To elaT! T
eorthoYe arssincemidE h

Its, u c me ad eoe o cn r toskofkito
drted hmber before purIhasing yea
theeBras. _____alV

mPlasy a nus sad good water.

18 4t Mas M. A. WALLAc .
A 8aoerHde for ti Trene D"ocrat.

h wa-fall 6t f sond advice to the
a5O in their effortae to make intel-l.
rent ad d Waita J5olne. Revoy. J.
= HederUon and 8. H. Coleman fol-
lowed In short speeheos welcoming the
de a to the cityr.Dr. A. Wall
Smith, of Jacksonville, responded in a
very timely address. M. M. Lewey,
president of the state league was for.
ally Introduced. His address was
very limited, but It set out the actual
purpeo and reasons for aseh an or-
antan mong his race. During his
remarks he was given the closest at-
The afternoon session conssted in
reading papers and the delivery of
twenty-minute speeches on various
business occupations conducted by col.
ored men in this State.
The evening session was mostly tak-
en up by J. C. Napier, of Nashville,
Tenn. who came a a fraternal dele-
te from the executive committee of
the National N o Business League.
His addree eon d for more than an
hour. He discussed all the important
phases of negro life, and the pportu-
nities offered his race in the Sth to
better their confditoc He preached
the doctrine of Booker T. Washington
and was warmly applauded by the audi-
Thursday morning session was de-
voted to reading paps and addresses.
The final session sed at night when
a number of very interesting subjects
were discussed. Among those who
read ad spoke were: J. G. Riley, J.
It. lalett'w: : P.' Wilson and J. N.
Dukes, of Ocala, MissL E. 0. Page, of
the State Normal and Prof. N. B.
The offers elected for the ensuing
year were. M. Lewey president, J.
D. MoDuky, Ocal, 1s vice.B. J.
Jones. Lake City, seretary; Dr. A.
W. Smith Jacksonville, Treasurer
Rev J. N. Dukes, state organizer, and
an executive committee of nine. The
League metts in Ocala next year.
On Thanday July 4th.
Citizens of Tallahassee will be offer-
ed the pleasure of witnessing a practice
of ;the Military Company, the Fire
Company, the Base Ban Club, the Au-
tomebiles and a number of decorated
delivery wagons, representing some of
the merchants. The line of March will
be from Capital Building to Base Ball
grounds at Golf Links. Time will be
given out later.
is now merely a memory of the past.
Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family
liniment of the twentieth century. A
positive cure for Rheumatism, Burns
Cuts Sprains, Neuralgia etc, Mr. C.
H. Runyon, Stanberry, Mo. write:
"I have used Snow Liniment for Rheu-
matism and all pain. I can't say
enough in its praise." Sold by all
Druggists .
Miss Gladys Scott, Miss McFarland
and Miss Crawfoid of Quincy, have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Lively during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hansell Cone have re-
moved to Arisona permanently. They
are pleasantly located, and Mr. Cone
expects to do well financially.
Mrs. G. I. Davis has given up her
home in town to join her husband at
his place of business in the country.
As the boys are now associated with
their father in his work there is no
longer need for two establishments.,
President J. C. Naipier of the Penny
Savin Baks, owned and mana
coloreeltsoens, of iNaahville, Ten
and editor M. M. Lowey, of the Senti-
nel Peacola, made us pleasant visits
while in the elty. These men have the
true interest of the colored race at
heart, and ke Booker Washington are
always at work far their upulilding.
Child Bras. are doing splendid work
on the i library b g at the Col-
ored Normal and Idtrial School ad
tait ofrmader

r Ia= I taxpayer by
the city, bet plae en on himself. -
St. Agustiae ed.
Aasther demeidir of thoae fifty
east Soeo to be eM tby Berms and Co.
nefre taMa eventory.

I ZOte s

woentI asnds thre*0 ,
thid prses, lb "talmwa," a
whe thet iye a plnt

remMNmly e ta~lan takes
thea a abtrt.
In like lergyman who
We"M sy eq* o*rk'w' -m
oevm a IeT* pree-
qut, on=g a and a pair of
wor hair gloe r gift tIs be-
stowed poan .,ttng priest at
fueneras. t occa.
-more so th- 09mafy the vtew
of Brtiobh IniMt -lt the burial
is, as a rBtu, feBlw by irge hospital-
ity an the past e of te arved family.
-Lo-don GuphMi.
An n* dinst* W kh Water.
Take a pound t Wter the tempera.
tore of whchb a 4eresM 0. and mix
It with a pea- S water at seo or
tresaing point. h mlxture will make
two pouns- o wer' the temperature
of which t 40 dq Wm Q
Now take another pound of water at
80 degrees 0. and mxs with it a pound
of crushed Ice-that ,% lee crystal*-at
sero C., the asi' temperature as the
cold water In the flit mixture, and the
result is that we have two pounds of
water at fresuMt peOt,
In both case ths welht of water at
sero 0. introduced tnto the warm water
was the same, but before the eIce crys-
tale could assume a liquid condition
they bhad to abtorb a 0etain amount of
beat. That beat was drawn from the
warm water and oeseequently reduced
Its temperature, but It did not raise the
temperature of the See. It simply acted
as energy In enabling the Ice to become
liquid and remained In that liquid In
the form of latest heat, to be given up
again as soon as the water reassumed a
crystalline form.
Weaie sm 11"es1e.
One of the greatest fddles that ever
were known was to be seen at the
French court at the time of Charles IX.
This was a viol so large that several
boys could be placed .Inside of It.
These boys used to flt Inside thin queer
Instrument and tang the airs that the
man who handled the how was playing
.on the viol outside. TI effect is said
to have been ery bueatiful, though it
would seem s-If theI presence of the
ladse n Its Interior would seriously In-
terfere with the tone of the "great fid-
dle," as It was called. Many years aft-
er another huge Instrument of this kind
was used at concerts In Doston. It
was so large that to play it the fiddler
had to tand on a table to use hil bow
at the proper point on the strings. This
Instrument was nItild th"(e grandfa-
ther of fiddles."
Dread Cpon Ihe Waters.
When Victor ihgo wan in exile In
Broasels he asked Itoehefort to stand
godfather to bhi son Charles. Koche-
fort accepted and in looking for a suit-
able present saw iin i curiosity shop
window a sliver tabl,- ornumient which
attracted him andi wbicb he bought,
though the price ws 35,(N0) francs.
When after 1870 Jtocbefort was sent
to New Caledonia and lilt property
eonflfcated Victor liugo sold the orna-
ment for the twnefit of Itocbefort's
family. It turned out that it was the
work of Bhnveniwto Cewlini, and It
brought In 200,.(0i fr.neis.
Vert mu*ni Vasts,
A Jewish newsptiil'r te the story of
a rabbi who expoiiorled and Interpreted
the Jewish law to th0' faithful observers
for a stipend which a Junior clerk
would corn. Tie learned man was
asked by a friend bow be was getting
0n. "Slowly." be ainswered, with a sigh.
"If It were not for the numerous fasts
whicb oUr religion prserrlbes 1 am sure
my family would dlie of starvation."'
Me CAUSe VFe -a.
usband-That a foolish habit you
woen have of carrying yesr purses In
Fyor bauds when in the etret. Wife-
Why is It? Husband-Beoase a thief
esold easly netch them ad get away.
Wife-WelL If the husbands other
women don't give them any eoro to
put in their purses than yeu give me to
.put I ie the thief would stare to

A -C arast.'.
In the churcbyard of WSwichw. Kest,

eglead, is the epitaph: acred to to he
memory of Major James Brsb, royal
artlsey, who was killed h se aeI-
dmital dtmarge of a petsl by hi
dety 1t AprW, 1881. Well dl good
and faithful ervant."
eeure s and Ls mw .
I bave paind nothing wh r
any letou I ever beard eocepting m
faereased power of forgettlWg. -O
fe.les by the Read Master ef te.
. ..

- " I '

r.#nd Si



We Will set a

in your house free of all cost to you
You can purchase any

We have for $1.00 down and $1.00 per month after until
paid, or we will Rent you one.
Get a Slot Meter and cut down your Gas bill. Call or



for all
Harvesting Machinery and


Is often like the years-it never


Don't miss this chance I

A beautiful place of twenty (20) acres,: situa-

ted upon the brow of a hill overlooking Tallahassee,

together with a cottage of five rooms, necessary

outhouses, never-failing spring, good well, small

vineyard, a number of fruit-bearing trees, etc.

This is a bargain at,................... 1,000.00


Real Estate Dealers.

4. .~A.

ainsaiethe laseof th


e~es e~the Uu ted Utte and all foreign
eswI~wesl~inrngIts .pmlaeil of-

The term for whirh sid corporamton shall ex. I
iet shall be ninety nin ar s
The oalleio of asid cmpIn7 to tran at saId
homine shll be the P istm, Vleo-lhdmMont.
le*sn ess ll N VrMdTr ea r and a
uN td m tb The *lss of
P eid OM mwma be held
a the -maor Pes on9ti meo
be ha M a t tlm wThe DMive-
11 mr be olod by tm at e m oot I
I I. All otherI o h b ol etod annual by
btor.L Annua mtUnoof theko Diest am
tkeekboldes a 1 Ibe hbe n the abst Monday of
Jul I h but M t mr he* hnlid
by -.Laws IMa li.AuriteMM shall meet ot e
last yg of July. a t e faetee
*t atlev sk pM., r pose

mf annual y belan ft. a l I

amd J, J. Wm U.
TMeW dhheste d41bhdWn-or o Ulltt
91My times N TW Fw W Mal
Thie sme sd r"ewe -of ei sa"i lim *i
ae pstl *Isk mcnum s
Wsllkk7 7

i .-e J. Whm toen well known,
me m mo Mesm
As whet I hvey hereto Jet oe
Iealsd k eal this Itthday ofJune. A. D.
T. Owsns.
ar Pbisl State ot o lorMs at large.
MI3 espireM April IS iS.
amd by vtrte of *a d****o s of fam


ator needed to U. o. & Lodge I
tt Rollins.
smpeal hta InChancery.

Special T Schel Dstrct N. I,
At Tallahassee, rla., to Deter-
dsoe Nillage andI lect
teera s for Said
by t aw. tht oi b-ninaleleetion fer thejer.
pof 4oetiMaW& B a:d of Wtof, d f d&o
Sbhtoel d faor thel mft ing
two :f "rlal T M nwr
. knows- fa Dtt; nli.hoid-
onnday ti A eig hth d 1!uly. 1 in the
heMrl (Jneo of the CoMnil Court loom. at
TIll s This eloctmn sallabe t old under
the ruler ind remulatlna. and qualieatlo
of oeht lnl& Mbe the ma eas aprsriMbed for
tbose rting In the orloinal ee crating the
-sa plI *he el distriat number -m, or
Tabnli-es 5c I"Oel D stoiet.
D7 = *3the Bad of Pfbt P Itrue.
ttOn L-n Ow t. it lth diN of June. A. D.
In DAVIOW, haltrmn.)
1.. a. mM. rSeertary. l1a.t
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idswEd p'l, re t. m mde up nd p rs for the ex. .- AM T lHE
"-_te's M- p of e trc to te taken asW soon as more every ay.
N A T rs.U.. lms. Wiebh ie wasy i, a meet- TIMBEo CART w
Nhvlne l demand yit X stE t at outside of his regular church lswork. as hld, at
Ulmhs ixte the th)~ of IS. the A verygratifyint and complimen.-t-
SHE .RY th a ora month' lav, of abe ra ne; I build thsm under
E rW. tte. C ,emnd A. ., rand number of l his friends of othert- G
a bla wonderland. Ants of Pundry, hu in the il

r t o n and throato travouble. "Exhustin cough For prices write
Nitn9osL th'tasew &nitl on of his services toave e community a by
t. r. -4 outside of hsly rcuular church" Gu
sC A. 1r.I a r..eted. sfor oughs and colds, throat and lu g G ek
e. Lut. dixMr, dto Iwiresnt c ihtm or be-, 1 -""
to within two ydn fr a visit to her brother. B 4,
A'minesMAboa, an.totf1mswide. Yn. an J r.Wi. AOLloIO.,
HE tR, v: L al ofmine, bonanza am, in the rane tha her
seoeS1utuwatat. of f.,Punell A. 8r.. strange natural formations, is a verita-
St dred iety in the hble wonderland. At Mound City, in theg soC iy W L
d atta' NTee. homunw of Mrs. E. D. Clapp. a wonder- Sale.
S P. _RBYOIVEN THAT THIRT aonot Two f at healing has lately occurred.Pane Sp r
0 d.a Ie will make Her son seemed near death with lung K R Ms.l a
fors tho t !d* of Le count Flr. le nd throat t ubl "t inrdre u H Stree
' a1. at p ..ate.g. i htJ o Tlse rads Choice Fresh N JBread

3-V. miii a symtothithefollowse d with him and all hoe he "
ne s pan sn Hotl, apply ito writes r C be fully r eoveredgan g and Rolls eve Furnishings day
minorrt gretmedicithatpt saved his lfe and for sale by the lead-
Jun 7. 10A. 1&4t. completely cured him." Guaranteed
"-_-la-'s 1_-ce .for coughs and colds, throat and lung ing Grocers
EMB GIE N TH$AJ '$1.0. W&'l ^1."bottle free.0 T. H. RANDOLPH & SONI.
fore th MW Jei of Le county, rarida. a
privat ea MInter rsM Gertrude Chancey Cox left I
orIto=n. Mary o3taSo and C. Wednesday for a visit to her brother J. W. COLLINS & CO.
towin-iwrtat m, via:. Thebeat halt of, at Birmingham, in the hope that her
lot nmber two bundi"ed and ninety I!B3J in the health might be restored, she being so
g al .the city of Tallahassee. in maid unwell and sick from worry and nor- Sal le.
KAnE P. RosaRsop. VOu pioatrtion, Ml not being able to ; Two beautiful lots at Panacea ftlidun
maro 4assdC Aei sick and in bed, but who is now innrov- 1 dreae in.. ovuxl, 179 High Street,
Ing. His hosts ofTlahse riond geN J. 9Oih
r SaM *lr sL sympathize with him and all hope he i N. J.
The Constantine Hotel, apply to will soon be fully recovered and at his' A full line of Men's Furnishings car-
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