The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1907
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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so M TALLAAIRS, FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1907. NO. 19
G, ood Govmme-t; HoIwty In PubIc Off r Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.

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-stlow, M:-Bta, o ed eoulemore l O gry T1 p plaT timr a t o people of Florida, and your Dr. George Brown who heas jst re-
eor. Jeirel Oct.*, gihh 1, and witty, tha the t to 2Ta. Novels d Div e sere the subjects ooma oem is e go into all turned to Atlanta from th meoteg of
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ton deln powers aBd d.og ed oWO Nio o t- o sn b tho e e who senate. t r. .e Herwa t rm e withu n ter
osefwbnMt nidros ad An soh wt the e Te Ta the pae h e osta td Ceps ti mr
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ltlsented a1e reaoed ps-Orand thenypiays. h ties athnisr a pplar, hiOf o inter"te
3 Ste olayo thee div nof witty ae firy cs n AI poaat o t dttVo-a1r11k what You mix Y Tour of dop foeri tri -Ta nhepblihed in ke te a I" et t

etom the pate nasbectofet whohad epe idbele he.e or ts oe mot la Sts Ctthae5 tSS
da. h da..'""imereofp onvey-" dpur- w tohi. "You mighi sohoolthtr wrd i. ple.st 'ace e*W. I. O ow that thetommls wis x- r e- mst th. t.e
u 2,o^ ko a _s then tae wal r hep oderuetd, thoe hnre. d yaet. thse board's transaction teoro- es
per- ob nto ty the huma
...... ...r t noxm sublewtopar h, The w o f mWhors thA m. o dae.e. erful -n ---- ughly and critically. Ifs t' thr an e eis Withn tee
S&ate1bae of thngoe at ea IT s bring nanetnrts to doep t ft iIs icts ae thei U onetil a risttey10B oth Dr.
s 180. subsequent tot eam lo t bahes C cm the muswzr of teg" ,_- "_, -t" st at in one instance at least the -,, ., --,,-,.

aboard ham"e done that of whch th da. ,e Feelees howem hadn
Laws of s of TFloda Oe Hee aks, en t oftr 1- _e .. oor hat theidl

tnhers itnto by ti ed m ensudndto .e g at pit reet with it t ommssi ono-
del*aird tfnd, prior to th ae date l of on te andaon ftlaed. Many brief gif of r an aN o. hoera tlscy ottle or nothe ingt "to Ne.alt a phi l ade

tet famlia, perhaps, ath retort in wh In strike ntrst to th, is AC t a
futhe Sa F from the a le89, thereof, at- Scotland was abusing the country, com- oin Tamp, ne ous, perhaps, but all o byo abn i th the ne ta h a inlelt

de Reports, page 543. Trustees Intern- plai of the state of the lari r and the more in the toils because of the nom, byo asf o wbmany of ptheenaltesdr thoee sin ofTo thtem ss s
byal Imprvement Funvad vs St. Johne won e where he could et less to Cca-Col is the that has them mone beel ong t o the pepeatif ad urii all smilk tato w a
tee"For nd theurpoe of assuring a p- e wad get less," saa Sco t who was formed that tCo Cola ontains 70 -soonerthan e loy a clerk at ube e pr. Won .i
per aliaton of thisallund for the pu- isteam to the tirade. ak "Where's grain of cocaine to eacr. h lass. Atany expenn. But men Dr. rll are isof New York C itiyonw xotb 1mi
tofore in declared, they threconie ei- of that?" actiosked the otheword. "Oh, just rate, you knower full well that it is non too om n in any community.- of this hoe palit moth b that thl

latore) vested these lands in five trud whaur an lishman's been!" said the an easy thinyal to start the habit. There Lobist," Lake City Index tiona oe w dm d by
t by the second section, to be held Sotsman d s on middle-aed man in this church A tho "striking contrasts qual- who were ert in the
by tm in trust for the uses a pr- Brevty a so the soul of wit is waggerermpli- tonight who has been accustomed to ties in tor Crill, is the ver best milk trust, and t it was.

pose thereinafter provided. The lead- Cled in many popular sayings. Wit is dpe for h teaches; now he finds that reson why he, or some man of Florda obvious that if the milk
na nd primary use andt prpof 1879 whbyo pumeans an inhevitale ingredient he h o i to havelgent the drug regularly t a just like ld the rkected G- made saf by
fter provided, to which the un in proverbs. Man of them are of nev ertaddic time ever um habit. One ior the next term of four years would be falling o
Sept. 210 50 th ea il make way for a Fool." alwaysdo," was a suicide, 't know that substance questions Mr. Healug asks .dal G od t"
was made applicable wa to aid in the doubtful ene, ane some are foolish, the oatr isCola s worse than we. WhenA man must bare pelted whp to w i ead us for certified mik wh now
construction of those lines of road and et there is a ceidly prtain ce. The de- A Co-Co drunk i th mot o ain from under the burdens, the from 1r5t to Penta eu t
anal mentioned in the fourth section Brief action of prover by owell as "ayrb and ersa y of anything which man po stie political l schemers have ped enormous pro to the t

md which have been hed b this court ings which combine sense, shortness is mr to. ia ns n tn esm t s to
n all its adjudications of ths act to Catholic cleric the main true. Th in au-h "Cigarettes are dope No. 3. pSome ai man t m ying re th re
SState system. Se 4 designated a truth may be altogether absent wit one e an may sneer, but perhaps know te
al from St. Johns River o the In barely perceptible, Youet gothere must mwerful I about it than dd thethink do At ne ut other stheet that ethi ef thomm

Fornandina to Tampae nwiznth a b ranch or to the saying. It would be diult large rm having a dilay of cigar- .prdiff icmu lonpid f yi n o siap rdse .onumteeiothtt l

to Cedsa Keys. and anltie from Jack- to find saymns more telling than some ettes. They hasten to nfrm a ond term for one of the other kind and all diseased estt e weed out, h e d
onville to Pen la wth branches f the slhortesthe--uch, wit of more than popar form of dope Men in poahd thionat has been severtain membernough, o t give thte milk spps should be er

Sta Marks River nor Croked River and "Forewarned, forearmed," "Extremes this firm was the only one which came him the third by electing another man ptorised so as to kmil the tubercle
to t. Andrews Bay and ter section et. or the(Between the hammer up to the government standard in con- f killed with schemes no beita tacilli. f
$10,000 worth of w iSSu vnd the anvilb. Many sayings which tainng no opieum f an descriptim.n .ag .w bmS 5eE

!ed to the.e railrods ,r every mrrle t English are ort were briefer still But theyIiam s aid nothei abut arsenic. It ....... tp... Te mbedt ron of theIaS re
anTeeda t T o came down il aalk hamme i contained i n the pactier uee W o oafre th othe mr aoma, day wto abor n t. r ensi of teo

Y s e'the trustee..The t rtee gar Thatther soul ofwit ware xemplified Nincty-nme out ff a hundrm, tr, at h o e crtte stoi ad o epred od t

cent. For such r ey ptid out in in only what we should exp.'t It in cur- tobacco are soak.,t a syalutid p raf cti c ay litt lenoOpnedgenoablngi nnl ote t n t
rof uaid fnd, pror the date of Scotland and things Cot-. D I don stri king
rest the trustee receed tock. The ioatorememb, perh that our wetort inwhcum. saddest comment that can be made on the bulk of the suffering now caued
roads, with all their apances and ap- scoani" presoerves the memory of an ot whe y I n. Tampa politicians is th atas they refused by this plague can be removed by
thrtenances, wot Florsho. 18, vehicles, reputaton for concisenes country spch object to a artte mor b to accept a free library, e s mataking milk s tpplies afe.
at, every thg c43on Tnected with thern pone byof the tapeoplte of onthe lart oanf cause he looks had and smells rs. hur public schools are are reae "When we were in New York we

railroads were exempted from taxation Greece- the l aconians or Spartan. am unable to understand how lade public. Connections are changing, a saw nothing more interest and more
for 3h years. The oasurtn a wentacowha a ble to put up with such a man t i h ed that the love of oo-and it wa ks hoeavful than pasteurie n station
exemped forever. All the officer andthem: I enter Laconia willlevel Butthe w ore ton s the ph- will neventhually b become reater, but established and mainliamned in v
ervants and n the actual e- your city to the dust" the made there io'sal and mral effects uon th reading ofBut a n unfortunate charctr i partse of New York C city by r. Expos.

ploymentof ere o company yWeclar e re exemp-a that?" asked the other. "Oh, just person, for a cigartt fiend will hat none too common in any community.- saw great ice boxesti on whee s travel-
emi ptes lring i pe tr- h Mr n Englishman' been!" s.id steal and get drk. A youn man and young men "Lobit," Lake City Index tional stribut w dominated by urse
ta tarsection toube held cotsman .e t eonc t ook issue with me on this int b ooks are worse than be any a k from the central abor to the
roads d jury uty. They were anl- Thursday morning at Helena Mrs. Done with yu.'h id. t n the latter is easietor gotten rid the very beet riokus sttn, and we felt at th

lowed in addition bond o $3,00 f ynor M. H. Brundy e died at thle ingrhome of so. have been a garelttee smker l ents should watch the belok of their world at large byand the people of Newi
athe construction spect ied railroad in her daughtoverbs. ManyH. P. Lanem after re of regularly for ten ears. and i am able children as carefully asnext theiof four coyearns. wYork in particular offt to appreciate
bridges. All these bonds were to be doubtfuan illness of many monthsme arend was tolh say that your statement is total ions. don'mut be elected who will lead uthat it ws pasteuri milk contaow brined
cioud on the sme bases ofies and buried in there i Helena ce metery de- fa It is calcul to reflet on a read Sunday Schol tr bs, a I in those ice boxes that was the praeti

counties were allowed to bond them. da_ morning. he was born in Ohio man's character Three weeks later despise that cla-Fs. GIve theFn gol, pcal answer to the question, -What
conty sm ripions, the amountshalon d no two or three yearsll ao moved porh by hiand cra own hanywth cigarettes pa tienny-novel away. Jacksonvim ll e Metropoli.

aexd c 50 et r cent o thel cost of cor- its Hhmla where she has smeortnhe lived pniicws e his rangers. He hldd embl- m---
ith ad rescues of such county, ty Besd rs. Lane s he left two sons w i ws employed hch he was "Divorce is theand a man who would pu "I may um up the re of the
o town fo the payment of such bondone living i n Ohio and the other innb to replace. All the time he had ouf all poitical machinFlorida there aftere 32 A mee fine mule for sa t apply to
an int rest were pledged The rl- Florida.y be altogether abent and wihealth e d n with me o had divorces in 167. Ten years later their at we CHILD RO. 1were to te
sRedoo wrm rto Joe rve State land sin perceptible, to this sectionre mu bne a, fbor been h thi e vry were 282. In 190 there were 1,. When thatr infecs the slightest in tion
dian River and a o woderaing "salt" where give. life and lesstheCJam-es thereoveihat s c m pie event Ifme of hia people diddi cause of consumption that thedairy
eradt oina t alternate ecth branchfor six advanced aying. It would be difficult lre m whih i s aid. A J oin f er with him in public afar. th of s herdgton, hearted with tuberculin or
to Cedai Keys, and a li0e from Jack- to _ind say ing, more telling" than some ette. They hatn to infr a d trm for one of the other kind and all diseased cattle weeded outo and
w nvalle to s e n h eaoa i branches p r the hortet-such, for inace h r or e as that out of er 85 boyas ere no ive the milk supplies should be generalku
St Marks River or ked ver id Fewarned, forearmed," Extreme thia c te r eent of the ar litte Kod o aN lly d you will
Se10,000 l worth eveofn b ns to this an thei a nvil). Many sayir of the s ntam en.o opiu mnfuany d.escriptisn M The members of the league were
sed. 17. The enralr e o t (of the sisae obriefer ll B"t they taid nothing aut arn t Ocontractormee mon "Whom. God tainr tshoalfoundinatme thystom-

soest edthese ladsin fivetrt used wh ndEnglishman'sbee n!"anidthean*eas o y hs thingtosdrte- habt .n to hathereL ,b d toethea. Let no man put aCh. Kodl dwets what dm eat,
add. TheIn onsey w f thon sioed sn theiadroin to her by form which t I shall makin the paper u"I do not in" lri. ke inte m ts.i popnar i oed wr h str n n of the
by thne trustees. ; proKuarai t hat cords of love. wtul dini.e out of a hundred at o lors uff bottle Crevn and mildark Drusty ab th t
teed interest not to vied. Teven nmat ntrikingly among thS & exemo ie fre, '4; n n ds r e wy knowledge of the fact that conump-
terettuprtoaryrueememberutptsourhwreord ium. gre,,, he has X addJest comment that can ba made on the bulk of the mufferina now caused
roads, with allptheirdaplianhces aend cni"presereanythememaory of the rtai WHn im e vrJ da.h. Tampa politicians fh that they refused by this plague can be removed by
fact, every thing connected within bone by the people of one part of cause he looks had and smells wtrswn. A manur public wchoolw are are readier 'When we were in New York we
railroad were exem pted from axaton d Greece- the is aconian or Spartan. I am unable to understand how ladia |uic. Connections are changis,, ant aw nothing more lnteres i and more
for 35myear. ithe cafour setok wa, When Phillip of Macedon threatened are able a z put up with nuch a man po ulis h pope itial hem hve placed eo rmopu prsthegiied floettfl*
servants ahidh haebeenhin ytheacta your city to the dust," they made the tolo.ical and moral effects upun vwill even tualbc e greater, hut esta bliheda caintai in vaious
ploymentof te company were exemp- famous reply, "If "- London Globe, person, for a cianou*te fiend will uh at, already of anu teris par the ity by or Straeits.We
of Stmitia deut.Seworking ony pros ign s and Salt"ite Demies A e. Tho one takisn utpeohisIk and young men and youngl wom..n ead i hntm about dintributingt the pasteurized
t1ruth may be aloete absentand wit "t books are worse than bad company, as milk from the centralacboratony to the
roaes andj ra i- .fThey weremc- Thuraday morning at Helena Mrs. 'Done with you.s lie ad. It io not th latter ia easier gotten rid af Par- vious stations, and we felt tat
w^ nadditionbnof $ for~ 1 H. Brundyge died at the home of 5. 1 have been a (iarettee smoker ent should watch the l diok di of their world at large and the people of New

isauedaon thetTame baswiti abanh buried in the Helens cemetery on Frw- iflale It is calculayld to reflect on a read Sunday School tor books, ase I in those ice boxes that was the practi-
countaies wers adalloe to bondJthe-today morning. She was bor in Ohio man's character' Three weeks later desp>sthat clafs. Give. then gote id cal answer to the question, 'What
sevlve, poviedc ol thbatno ncaes o ofantsveral yealrstagomove, d to FlorI- the man was found dead under hi own strong, wholesome bookh. and take the shall we do about tuberculosis7'?'"-
county surs Rip orion the aouintr.a 'aorand two ,o three years" "Ex temoedorc byhir stown hlandwith a cigarette penny-novel away. Jackonville Metropolis
exceed 50^ pr cent; of the1ostof to Helena where she has since lived between his fingers. Hhe had em be- rvRs
gruction throue h said county. The with hr daughter, Mrs. Lane. led a large amount from the bank in i con- file with s achmes. tT rDe a
faith wad resources of such county, city BeideanMra Laneahe left two songs which he wa employed which he was "Divorce is the most unpardonable Subc r i betoTh TrueDemocrat.
or town for the payment of such bonds oneivEngl in ehio and the ohers in unable to replace. All thetimeahe t of al sinI. In Flori, there were 32 A lage ine mule for sle, sply to

deat of the alternate sections for six av eivoshmhine ofi thfa which I aaid. thde 1 tre w e ere ofWhen thereIsgts heuslgltest ihnd iati or
tidoineahsideand 100 feet inght ,Thawottheg east week and she Yordl aast 2 hat out of every 85 boys were 1 bamtngice.Seast year tvere c oa iso a rtobsrn, trdublerd taer
of way waa grunted on each side. passd to hereward. cor l ore him, 33 are cigarette meas tpercen ofthe u-i- little oeaiWase, and that.ill
The canal was eves secondary to this Sh e asator sistent member of r he smokeS., sagdest in 1 o tatcunte fa be afforded fKodol is a
Stataystem of railroad ps eilstre p woman of u DIME Novrs, urea. Marifaoees more than a civil compound of v abe acids and con-
See. 17. The entire cost (of the a aadI C dt ritln d *U "NAw as pe pimeof ooe p want o ft t or a ceremony. "Whom God "ain. the wie w er a healthy etom-
exemp ted sorever. Alsdlto ffi ceros and: wertem "dIf to her ls byo a I wl t e v t ender tt he lwaorms objeon inahe ph. e m akbs l ouhed and qm yontaood.n aoudb
sevatsanopr wr nte a ctual em your- citybtoetve duhavethey madeth" Te sooime n okl fet p etn fa notoaecaatri at ftect yM.Ssu.W

mp 7UTebsrsn .e t- ved have the sympathy of The bheof Tamps i not really vore u fat great lengthIne Short Talks, Time-Union: The State
I raw lbef ea& Bi their sboew ove the death of P Prty ot really a hlarg e a the feeling of an ome, he Fair isa necessity if we are to couan-
i mosey an be l to their mother.-Telfair, Ga., Enter- part er population is foreign andiW Mt yh to helputo ra r thfSi teract the efforts to diascredit florilda
hara. beOM faitOful frt by such men as Geouge Rovel
purpose without impa-ring ..e e-- pi.t. arhe .bas. co-,m"aintrms. herm. May God help us to be faltul m by .c me as Goe ..
Sf the fnd Io rail d pr- Tim Leo eety fried of Mr. H. bof ti ke the etii eontantly to ourselve, to our frist ofNewYorkandMendehll, of O
t K. Brndye and amily extnds tirh aethe dollars to the exclu sh other.o J u sake." -Tamps gon, and the legislative a ration
S who read that Act can po deet sympathy to t m in the death ofeverythiog else. And the t was none too much. viewed that
CAtind ed on page eight. of their ainy oth iteitanll haven't helped as any. Subseribe for the True Democrat light.





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seMd s sesoaM CMn Mattur Mwrk 81, a at
s rFet Oes at TalUhame. iFlries. andwe
Aed Ceommurf mw n a. IM
ass isa Takpm Bildins. Corner Adms and
C eat Streets. Telephone No. 190.

bo tpe 1Ae, M PYer ear, In Advanme.
Amwsras bsMee .s Art*esis

TIb Tree DoseernW ti se OMfftd Newspw
of Loe Coe st.

a Tfas e, FrMday, July 5, 1W7.

The Lakeland News, Editor Wether-
Ington, has been incorporated and he
will soon enlarge his plant and get in
shape to Improve his already excellent
newspaper, and spread out for more
ob printing. Success to him.
The St. Augustine Record says,
"When itcomes toa question of pre-
senting tersely and to the point some
of the'features of political and every-
day life in Florida, there are few edi-
tors who can equel John Collins of the
Tallahassee True Democrat."
Hon. H. H. Buckman corrects the
statement, published that there was an
error in the accounts for service be-
fore the I. I. Investigating Committee
of which he was chairman during the
session of the legislature. We will
publish his communications next week,
Since the Live Oak Democrat has
mentioned it, come, Senator H. H.
McCreary, we will vote for and sup-
port you with The True Democrat for
Governor A good newspaper man,
who has served in the Legislature as
long as you have done, could fill any
kind of an old position, with honor to
himself and dignity to the State.
The Bainbridge Searchlight says:
"Judging from the tone of the press of
his district, Congressman Clark, of
Vlorida, will succeed himself. He is a
bold, brave man. In the fight for the
salary raise in Congress he came up
squarely for the measure and did not
dodge. Clark Is all right, or John Col-
line, of The True Democrat would not
back him."
Hon. Frank Adams has sent his re-
signaton as State Senator in to Gov.
a eror Broward to take effect upon the
election of his suceeeor in November.
He has made Florlda one of her very beet
for years and his legion of friends will
regret that he will not be In the next
14slature, but perhaps he intends to
go to the National Senate, and so may
it be. We will publish his letter next
The Tampa Evening News of the
Uth ult. said, "The editorial page of
the Jacksonville Times-Union was
never more ably written than now;" and
say or think what you will of it, it still
remains indisputably the largest and
best newspaper ever published in Flor-
ids, and the State has some other first-
clas dailies, too-the Tampa Tribune,
Time and News, the J.acksonville Me-
tropolls, the Miami Metropolis, the
Gainesville Sun, the St. Augustine
Record, the Live Oak Daily Democrat,
the dailies at Ocala (we do not get
them) and the Pensacola Journal and
News. Florida dally and weekly news-
paper. will compare favorably with
lfany State in the South, and the Times-
S Union holds its own with any of the
* .best of the country.
And now after these days since the
adjournment of the last session of the
legislature the two-editor members of
that body, of the Palatka Times-Herald
and the P'alatka News, are having a
set-to over a measure that was intro-
duced by Editor McKensie providing
for a transfer of the surplus funds in
the fine and forfeiture fund of Putnam
county. We cannot give space to the
# articles that are appearing pro and con,
S and do not wish to butln, in the least,
but are truly sorry our brothers are

differing so much, as to charge each
other with false motives, and as stat-
g ** Olaring Falsehoods." Brother Mc.
Kenale quotes a potion of the Journ-
al to defend his record as to that bill,
peebap he will prove to editor Rumell,
that he was honestly mistaken, and
then they can kies and make up and
again pl ma arbles in the same back
yar Bote "it always good to

Mrs. B. German ha accepted a
Spositin In the o.me of 71w True Dem.
ort, sad she expeeta her many
friends to assist her in making the wo-
-lefty nws olumns as full and interest-
inag as possible. ..

conMsuess orF UaWLTrws.
It M reported that HeR W. C. G.
ire, of Sumter county, wll enter
the O1ta acatnet C mn=mb@We MCALa
Evidently the campaign of t will
not be lacking in the number of canii-
dates. -Palatka Times-Herald.
Mr. Kilgore, of Sumter, is a good
man so far as The True Democrat
knows, and we believe we do know
some very good things of him; but we
think he would enter a hopeless race,
for Mr. McLin has made a faithful and
conscientious State oficil,a and is at
the head of one of the State's most
important departments, having under
his eare agriculture, immigration, fer-
tilizers and stock feed, prisoners and
prisons, State lands, etc. It would
take another good man a long time to
become thoroughly posted and in pole-
tion to handle the affairs of the Com-
missioner's office smoothly and in sys-
tematic, easy shape, as Mr. MeLin
now has the machinery of his office
well In hand, and we do not believe a
majority of the people of Florida will
favor displacing him for a new man.
The True Democrat has differed with
Mr. McLin in his connection with the
drainage schemes and plane and in the
sale of lands, and believes he has been
wrong in some other transactions he
has had to butt up against, by virtue
of being a member of the Pardoning
Board, the Board of State Institutions,
etc.; but this writer has always given
and does now give him credit for the
best motives and believes him to be
honest and just in his life work, both as
a citizen and an official. In plain words,
we differ largely, sometimes, with men
and still respect and admire them for
the good there is in them, and the Hon.
B. E. McLin will most assuredly have
The True Democrat's warmest support
in his campaign for re-election, believ-
ing, as we do now, that it would be to
the State's best interest to retain him
in the position he fills so faithfully and
well, as a whole. The True Democrat
believes there are other members of
the State's Cabinet officers who should
be re-elected too, and in a future issue
will say more on the subject.
Authentic information is to the effect
that the lightning that knocked splint-
ers off the flag pole near the Preident-
al headquarters at Sagamore Hill was
not of the third term variety. It was
Just the old-fahlioned kind.-Womans'
National Daily.
Perhaps the kind that will make
splinters out of the administration kind
that would like a third term of the
same kind in Florida, but Floridian's
are getting their eyes open, and unless
all signs fall, one of Florida's very best
will reside in the new Governor's Man-
sion after the present governor returns
to private life.
The Carrabelle Advertiser truthfully
says: That "When a man is elected
to State honors by certain factions he
is duty bound to serve that faction. He
necessarily looses sight of the fact that
his duty is really to serve the best in-
terset of the whole people. His labors
are on a very narrow scale."

That h'aeed "busOe1S
tono" blPahlatly "a l$umnOs
of aN It dcmer e
t-M w cone wid
its l a bold atteu pt to V.
timbises people through sa anie
contra w b the I. I. Board.
At a seat meeting of the Torpem
tine OpesM' Assoclsthon, a Mr. Her-
rin VwM 4O complaint of several d
the 0m90 s at the mannerofe laimg
damage~ Wtrespasses on tate land
,in 1- relfeing to a eMrtakem-
tract O Me S. B. Small ad I. J.
MOcA8 ioft de 1.1. Board, ndthsts-
ing the to prosecute and olledt 0 -
elaisa ea a commission of ifty per
ant sad mentioning ex-governor Jen-
niogp' eoonection with said contract.
Some of Mr. Herrin's statements hav.
ing boai dned, including that involv-
lan Jemadsb he re-affirms them Ina
recent intorvew in the Times-Union,
in theenose of which he says:
My reason for connecting ex-Govern-
or Jenm name with that of Mes-rs.
Small an- McCall, in connection with
this contact, were based on a stato.
meant made by Mr. Small while disoneus-
sing with me certain claims in Clay
county. Mr. Small's exact words were
"I will have to consult ex-Governor
Jennings first, as he is with us In this
matter.' Mr Small has informed me
since, however, that Mr. Jennings wa
not nor is not now connected with Me-
Call and himself in the original con.
tract with the Internal Improvement
"Both Small and McCall have admit.
ted to me, since Gov. Jennings' denial
that he was ever connected with the mat-
ter in anyway except as counsel for the
board, that he (Jennings) was connect-
ed with them In the Clay county claim
(which claim amounted to 80,000 or
40,000), and that he (Jennings) was to
perform a certain service, and woe to
relieve for said services one-third of
the 50 per cent that would be due Small
and McCall under their contract with
the board.
"Since Small and McCall have admit-
ted this both publicly and privately, I
again ask the public whether or not I
made any statements in this connection
that were untrue or misleading.
The contract with Small and McCall
was made November 24th 1906, and on
the previousday, I. J. McCall purchased
from the board several hundred acres
of State lands at one dollar per sacre.
The following should be very careful-
ly and thoroughly investigated by the
Commission now in session.
Some of the administrative organs are
demanding that those person and news-
papers that have mentioned alleged ir-
regularities in the transactions of the
board shall now voluntarily appear be-
fore the commission and prosecute the
accusations. Not so. The Commission
is there to investigate. not to conduct a
trial against alleged wrongdoers; to as-
certain and report to the Legislature
the /acts as they find them from all of
the evidence pro and con that they can
procure not to acquitto ult or condemn any-
body. The Commission is bound to take
not ce of every accusation that has been
made or intimated and seek every par.
ticle of evidence bearing thereon,
on either side and not rely upon volun-
tary communicatlous or evidences. And
the Commission's seot in the premises
will be judged by the people on this
basis, and no other.

Mrs. Wallace Quarterman and child-
ren left Wednesday for Baltimore, Md.
where they will spend part of the sum-
mer season. Mr. Quarterman accom-
pained them as far as Savannah.
Lest Steer t
A large, light dun steer is strayed or
stolen. Any information leading to his
recovery will be rewarded.
19-2w Tallahassee, Fla.

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ia- and FIre P5 gads, with the TbU .
ty Wagon inglag up the rear.
Dr. PhUbrick will act a Marha of
the day with Chief of Polie Langiton
a amd-camp
The Liberty Wagon is very tastefu-
ly and appropriately deorat, ad
wll have r a ng Uncle Sam
and King Phil, the gret Indian chief
and If-Tong frond ofthe "white man."
These personages are represented by
Master Rolie and Harry VanBrunt.
"Liberty Bell" hangs if front to ring
out its glorious e of freedom
from potical and religious intolerance
under the folds of "O Glory."
threateningg clouds prom=ie rain at
this time of writing, but we hope the
weather bureau will be eonsiderate at
the last moment and send the sun to
call the clouds in.
Mr. Bernard Byrd has returned from
s pleasant visit to Quincy.
Mr. John David Cay has been enjoy-
ing a trip to the coast, but has now re-
turned home.
Just received a choice line of
Bleached Domestics and White Cam-
bries at popular prices. VanBrunt &
Demilly. 19
Hon. W. M. Holloway is now in Cal-
ifornia attending the Teachers Nation-
al Convention.
Mr. W. C. Aplin, formerly employed
by Levy Bros. has recently accepted a
position with W. R Wilson.
Figured Lawns and India Cloths at
reduced prices at VanBrunt & De-
milly's. 19
Dr. J. W. Cam, of Centerville, was
in town this week, and reports the mel-
on and grape crops in his vicinity as
flourishng, but the peaches were in-
jured very much by the Spring drought.
Mr. W. M. McIntosh Jr. is now fil-
ling theposition at T. i. Randolph and
Sons left vacant by the departure of
Mr. Wallace Quarterman, Jr. for At-
iedisot-Johnson Shoes, the best on
the market for the prices, at VanBrunt
& Demilly's. 19
Those weeds are still bountiful-there
being even plenty of them on the prin-
cipa and most prominent streets--Mon-
roe, Clinton and Adams, and some on
the paved walks up against the walls
of the stores. Shame it is so, but it


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In the Circuit Court, Second Judiulal
Circuit Leo Couty, Florida.
W. Tbesam, L Tb-M sd A.
Colwell. V ..
No"eis bery lagiven toasl pal atbeb

AustoM, amd show owm if ar thJF epa
whdent w enMri a after It was mdoe aw d

delverel o-wk: Ari Mth. I. dMin
eswes ~ that tdW.b ntonhe Is"aF
chrM A. cTha n aSdA. in hr
pher In toaJulyRMtb or s1 ne. be Se taslf
or de, tyed. at Us baka gA. Apron t
National Bank ToGrmboro, Notho Fur
dent, within a fw da after It was M e
dliered, to-wit: April 86th. tB 190midMseis
alleging that mid W. Toma B. L'lfa
and A. 3. Coiwell. setitloner.. a airmo.,

Thiars A.5th dCay of July. Dl. ine
parte. interntod" fr or against th remstaemb-
Cla of the lort ot, a ubcond Jtatial p Cof
which note is a follows:
$&000.0e TALLAA-o.d FLA. April 1 .
One year after date. I promsee to pay to w. 8.
Thomson. H. L Thomson and A. B. Colwllor
r thsum8 of Two Thousand Dollar with
inter ut from da:r theron at the rat of
eoatum. for value received. Payable at the t
National Bank. tra 'ha. )Florida.
S. S. FUEutMo.
This 5th day of July, A. D. 1907.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Second Judicial Cir.
cuit. Leon County, Florida.
sd mors in and f th o the
poeCircuit Court t t e
Leon Cotntye Florida. -wt: T -
Atr I sNo. TC old p
Guardian of the guardian of th tat Bth
Blanhd Li a rmind e OrLimth. rn rifth. m19a,
wixl tmak application to the eon. A. MJiea
Circuit County Judof o ion ound f or da, o* ohl
on Monda the court da of Auust, on Mo A. D.e ay
t Athe A. D. of twelve o 'cloc k noon, t the ort
oon teaft r s ca Talabibd. for a ount
ald minors In and to theo following ds ried
property, located: On te ity of allae here n-
ty of Laon, State of Florida to-wit: Tallahabs
city lot No. 7,old plan.
Guardian of the Estats of Lila Blanch GrifSth
and Lin& Erminie Griffith. 194-t
execution isued out of the second Judicial
Circuit Court of Florida, in and for Leon county,
in a certain cause therein pending, wherein the
Tallahasee Iron Works. a corporation uqder the
law@ of Florida. is plaintiff, and 8. Peter Hors ais
defendant. I will expose for sale at public wadue
on Monday, the fifth day of August, A. D.1M7,
at the hour of twelve o'clock noon, at the court
house door. in the city of Tallahassee, Loon coun-
ty. Florida, the following described personal
property, to-wit: One thirty-five horse power
fire-box boiler on skids; levied upon a" the prop.
erty of 8. Peter Horn*, defendant in the above
This 5th day of July. A. D. 1907.
l-t Sheriff Leon County. Florija.



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; *ag and maery; homes and
Sirte Ud vie, a had where
r- o e t *a good bible for Iftmes
eta a had drink of whisky for
Ive meata; were we have a man In
Onsgrees with three wive and a lot in
the peae mtry having two wives
sme mMo n o make sausage out of
wivea, and some want to eat them
raw; where we make bologna out of
dog, can beef out of hores and sick
sows ad orpses out ut of those who at
were we put a man in jail fornot
hvim the mean of support and on the
rek pile for asking for a job of work;
where we license bawdy hoieas and fire
men for preaching Christ on the street
oqew; *here we have a congress of
400 men who make laws, and a su-
preme court of nine men who set them
aside; where good whisky make bad
mn make ood wesky, where newspa-
pers are paid for suppressing the truth
and made rich for teaching a lie; where
pofemaors draw their conviction& from
the ame place they do their salaries;
where preachers are paid $5,000 a year
to dodge the devil and tickle the ears
of the wealthy; where business consists
of getting hold of property in any way
that wont land you in the penitentiary;
where trusts 'hold up' and poverty
'hold down'; where men vote for what
they do not want for fear they will get
what they do want by voting for it.
Where 'niggers' can vote and women
can't: where a girl who goes wrong is
made an outcast and her male partner
flourahes as a gentleman; where women
wear false hair and men 'dock' their
horses tails; where the political wire-
pulier has displaced the patriotic states-
man; where men vote for a thing one
day and cuss it 864 days; where we have
prayers on the first floor of the National
Capitol and whisky in the cellar; where
we apend $5600 to bury a statesman who
is rich and $1 to put away a working
man who is poor; where to be virtuous
is to be lonesome; and to be honest is to
be a crank; where we sit on the safety
valve of energy and pull wide open the
throttle of conscience; where gold is
substance-the one thin sougt for.
where we pay $15.000 for a dog and
fifteen cents a dozen to a poor woman
for making shirts; where we teach the
'untutored Indian eternal life from the
bible and kill him off with bad whisky;
where we put a man in jail for stealing
a loaf of bread and in congress for
stealing a railroad; where check-books
talk, sin walks in broad daylight, jus-
tice is asleep, crime runs amuck, cor-
ruption permeates on the whole social
%nd political fabric, and the devil laughs
Irom every street corner. Come to us,
Fillies I Wev'e got the greatest aggre-
ation of good things and bad things,
ot things and cold things, of all sizes,
varieties and colors ever exhibited
under the one tent."--Mississippi Busy
Bee. _________
Thousands of people are daily suffering
with kidney and bladder troubles--dan-
gerous ailments that should be checked
promptly. DeWitt's Kidny and Blad-
der Pills are the best remedy fot back-
ache, weak kidneys, inflammation of
the bladder. Their action is prompt
and sure. A week's treatment for 25.
Sold by All Druggists.
"Let the Rest Goe Baa."
If politicians are taking opinions as
to the building of a platform for next
year's contest, may we not speak a
word in season? Don't give undivided
attention to national issues and don't
waste all our energy in talk. Let some
candidate raise high the banner of good
roads and immigration if he would win,
and let him push those two planks into
the middle of the platform and hold
them there. If necessary he can adjure
all other planks and stand on these two
alone. The courts will look after dramn-
age. surely the commission can save us
from the railroads and a legislative
committee is inve ting the ntern
improvements. Lot the rest eo hag, in-
cluding the Jacksonville cht and
the various fairs-these can take care
of themselves. But immigration and
roads cannot take care of themselves
they are thrown out on the cruel world
by the legislature, and we must do
smetf-for them. Speak out and

Nearly all old-fashioned Cough Syrups
are constipating, especially thoee that
contain opiate. They don't act just
right. Kenmedy s Laxative Cough
Syrup contains no opiates. It drives
the eld out of the system by gestly
moving the howela. Contains Honey
and Tar and tastes nearly as good as
maple syrup. Children like it. Sold by
We hae on hand a large stock of fine
kiln-dried 4-inch flooring and ceilg:
ale.o 8 and 10 inch fnished boards. The
prices will please you Get your order
SwIe lasts Child Bros Lumber
Yard. 9

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nervous, cannot sleep;
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your nerves are weak. It
is the lack of nerve force
that makes the stomach,
heart, lungs, etc., work
imperfectly-become sick.
Dr. Milesr Nervine cures
the sick when it restores
nerve strength, and puts
the power behind the or-
gans to do their work.
"Almost three years I suffered from
nervousness, indigestion, and palpita-
tion of the heart. I could not eat or
sleep with comfort, or walk or talk
without suffering. Altogether I was
In a bad condition. My" doctor did not
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so many remedles that I did not have
much hope of any of them doing me
any good. Dr. Miles' Nervine was
*sugReted by a friend. I got relief
from the first, and after a few day
I felt like a new person. It not only
relieved my heart and nemee. but
has Invigorated my whole system. I
aIm very grateful bIen use since I have
stopped using It. I have hnd absolutely
no return of my old trouble."
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I am Offerlg for Sale a Tract
of 110 Acres just beyond the
Easte n Limits of M)ticello
whVch has been pronounced by
GOver meat Experts t el'b e

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On this property is a Fifteen Acre
Pear Grove (which in good season
is very prolific,) quantities of im.-
proved pecan trees and several ten-
ant-honse. The location is such
that the two depots are within con-
venient access and the city's teleo
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. 1 will
be glad to show this tract at any
time and to furnish the fullest par-



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J iMs U di *, l i *WsW, idein Mse tse ws
pUmzLuIn uvuinv V3DAri MomnGO. fuedof their dsuOfWf
r- - who had been bidden tiat
nyowg lady's O te h off
We take p at P ss osltiot-Flowers, the wlorsi wne
t I to h g AM lO @&Or- beaetheal a rabngd a almo e
S-. ,I .. w...' t .iwof theo dtin a- t i
A.etA e"aa"u now nito frnndu strMs r n
t tao o wo o raitpal t oda ti o Upond th e v et.ge
i W. R. alson u o a8d vl doubleparlorswalt M In bo was la -
and g run, while ow nmo odest
wIt Will pay ar people to investigate da y, with fatoo n of red lanty s s,

euse of ther ronderfulsvalue of grs 4d the W a. weird ngt over thsle o-
oth i te slng atP w o re u nt, a lovelboquts of rtune-teller.d
Sto are really at and below original otherom flo weou r n, she
t d wp-toe ngratulate dvthertising veryOn one end of the broad verf fda a
S dane upon the added popularity well wheoved sntured booth wher par-
theU r establihmens wmi a raned, lghted fn by red lanterns,
beasses of their ressive business which throw a weird light over the oe-
methodi, both etS selling off of old cupant, a lovely tapey fortune-teller.
stoek to be hwp edby the new and in yrom sil we coulem arn, she was a
their up-to-ds sad Hi l advertising., vry considerate forecaster of fate,
NOW to Cro rhio s s inca all who ventured Into her pres-
.....f... chi. ., "ence withdrew beamin with smilee.
"To enjoy freedom from chilblains. Te chief feature of the entertain-
writesJohn Kemp, East Otisfield,Me.,ment after the unm king of the
"I apply Bucklan's Arnica Salve. Have uesn, was a ueming contest. A
also used it for salt rheum with excel- arge blackboa was set up in the.
lent results. "Guaranteed to cure fever lower end of the back parlor, and each
sores, Indolent ulcers, pil,es burns, guest was provided with a card num.
wounds, frost bites and skin diseases. =red from one to forty. Oppn ite s
For sale byll drug store. at 25c number on each card was wrtenthe
The So el tiMf t I Iname of an animal, whose identity was
The T-e. h,? Eler.i .c L. T. to be decided by the rest when drawn
The Telegraph, Electrie LIghtv Tole- upon the board. As the work of the
phone, Motor Cars and all the oth ap young artists proededa, one was
anes of electricity, evn Wire struck with the number ofamat.eur
STe phy, which once seemed so im- cartoonists in Tallahassee society, it
po ible as to smack of magic, are being a fact that In nearly every in.
elpsed in this latest invention-ASING. stance there was lmost enough re-
im aANicrs, and this Is the on it semblance to the aninal in question to
stigs at Duval Brothers Great ry permit of a correct gueso For cor.-
Goods Emporium: rectly placing the largest number Miss
Who a skew wour daily rout* Nellie Davis received oetquisite fan
a, a or.e t'nt Wok bout and Mr. George Ames a handsome
Asee what I mean to do. copy of Rudyard Kipling's "Incarna-
irwtheuhprbes e Iare or price. b small, tion of Krishna Mulvaney." Mr. Rob-
I'sut '.rintwo, art Shackleford received a drawing
I'll bring them down wiLhit rLeb of ll, book to solace him for the absence of
S the pm t th the vivid imagination possessed by his
Aawd a ofwesrmM w nrvw o*coMpanm ons.
AndWf fbi whosebmb thrll. The young people were all in well-
T herts of dauhtoers etve:- designed costumes and wore masks,
ea th my nth Im b ta shalnl wo and great fun was had in guessing
Il mt 'esa itwo. whose face lay behind the dainty little
Ilbrin them down within reb ofall, atffair of silk and lace which hid so lit-
And are the Profil wi tle yt revealed nothing.
The ight Name.T young hostess made a very
.. A t toely andmposin Columbia, with
Mr. August Sherp the popular overs- liver crown andtr-colored trailing
ser of the poor, at iort 1 .M 1, Ia&* cstume, while Miss Mary German, in
s: "Dr. K New Life Pills, are stars and stripes, imprsonated Amer.
rgtly named; t aset morea4reably, a. His Satanic Majesty was p nt
o more good and make omeJ betteU r (Mr. Clinton Dawkins), with eolly in
th any other laxatvo." u his wake, represented by Miss Dorus
fo btllosnmea and oimelnlt ion*. roward. From the Happy Huntn
sale by all druggists. Price Grounds had come the Immortl
Chl pgachook, Tiger Tail and dainty
FortNm pages of th weeks nows- Priness Poephonte- (Messrs. Dale
pae d dWIto contain tert local Mb, eo Q novar and little Miss
WM goal news on yerU, gege of It. lla hsr).
lU l fort y wni Db dvW er oud to themaeve were "Uttle
om46S2 attrati 2e ilntMreting R B R ld Hood" and her grand
1111111 mother 11116#- some mother LiUttle Bopeep exalhagii"
an s iU Pby morWe reminldelnmesof thedotMig oftweheneu
M ecro at wolf. [Master Casor. Mr.
W 1411111110 Lowolf.
Mr. J. R. Jonea s returned from a Jerome Wlsm6= Miss0Ara HLop
visit to Cn, O. .m.J Ner Pa t rl [Mnm
--- ,_ .. ... Bato'Ro [e]lhob-nabbsedwflbthier-
S P f, .Sopehop.- pres Jooophmo [Mis Jooephine Brow.
ws i the city Wednesday. ard] and Prince Murat [Mr. Will Rob-
Mr. aM Mrs. 8. K. Causeaux visited ortionn true demeratic style, while
thMer Talahassee friends again this for mne Dinah was on a full social
SAAk. footing with Chlsman. (Min Orlena
'" rdHenry"in bs .e Lewis and Mr. George Ames.)
.A-- ng In_-,- TheJsp e htenale, [iss
nWA t icluslon when night. Miss Elizabeth
MI Minnile Carter is now acting as Lewis drew near, an6s[ang love songs
tber to Honorable John L. othelpanish cavalier. (Mr. Andrew
k o e Manning) who was eaing landguishm
Katie May Cox has acceted a glane toward a gay young Tambour.
s. stonographer In the Capital In re a the room, (Mi Sallie
Lewis). In ome corner, presumabb)
Mr. Mr s .H r Rawd tanking ofold times and the gorgeoa
Msa d Ms H eaya Randolph 69a1s 1of their generatPons, at a Co.
sesR ed home after a fortnight's* t D oa an eIghtsnth century
vInewI M Aogias. bells and a women In white. uncon-
M 3. A. Mginnls m has reoved Into alcndo of Pritwilla' l modest disapproval
Gr.. rome~ on Adam s street much of therlevty, or of "Portia'" haughy
lle rtorman Jr. left on Alford, Ruth Tanner,MaryGwyDnn and
rar Atata, Oa, In order to Genevive Cmwford] Sly glanmes were
o -Ica ohlleg there. Mr. exchanged between two gfidi apinstens
ttSai--a areid. toking a course In MitressJerushaSwinkinsand Mistres
nK ol g tPar.-i ve. Aramlnta iophronla DeWlnter and an
era. R. J 81s mm and children of olng Chiese ombaesador. the stern
'Dalmbrldlee Ga. is the guest of her -row.. of his reverence Pralse-God
brothinMr. J.W Collinl. Br nowoes of JImmortal mlnore.
a .a 1 b hin viiti "Ms Maram Dowse and Mes srs.
5. A.uu h Snmag s vSlS1 qont M Robert A f and
ply ua nt f*AWe Wewhltchka haf ry- "' itu.k". .-_'x,._._.- _. ,- __._
p---ts w a h has 1e- eisacious refres.ments of -ce ream
Ti--S..". s and cako were carved late in the even-

Gov.. B. Drewaid who hs hen via, of by "hade of the ,thcqb
returned to her home at Tal for by the presence of qufte a number

v Jly 1 stwn Park.--Uve Oak Demo- unallyed galtey, and will longbe re-
mor auy mt nember0d as o of Tallahas-asee meet
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ferrell. are now successful social ovents
and parent, a fine son having recent-

Oeom n to thehomeof Mr. and Mrs. ama tctly ollhed.L
eorgn e Smith of Crawfovdville. Mother ,am ...l-.e ,ted with what cham.
nh-hy are doing well and g berlinso Saveas done for me thamt
other has been ome days with feel bound to rite ad tell
-N ay Mr. RobWt Mytton. 467 John t.
* A uk aa m Hamilton. Ontario. My dali
A RECO.D BRRAKMR. ter had a lad bumr on her p
*piled Cha daberb"s' Solve and It
"In testing Davis 100 per cent Pure Cbeafal Ths Sove allys
Paint, I covered 491 quares fet, two pain of a r almost instantly. It is
.Sa* withem n hiNo. V. for sale by the Tallahassee Drug CoA-
Th ds1ty and working properties pany.
are In all respoet qualo tsphen-
o ml spreading cpeaity." The friends and aeqaintunses of Mr.
Th above is a portion of a letter re- Walter N. Shine, thb popular H g
coeved from street real estate ma, wi be
Those. B. MeCarriar, to leaa t after b ae to
Baltimore. bla hoo foe asveal w s wi t lar
S yu doubt this, wrote himo. al fever he is now recoveMng. Mr.
For sale by Shine will leave for Hotel Co aelI
THE TALLAHASSEE HARDWARE at Atlantic Beach as soon as he is
COMPA ,. to leaveO omes and wW raInam
COMPANY. several weeks for neulratiot.-Jack.
Tallahasse, - Florida. I onville Metropolis, 11th.


our a msusww
st out by.

electricity aid JM as
*B a w-f.ed, with theie
isdl totolvete
ro bo lYat ltto
S reespoedead* tho do.
iwj anety of yoth.
e and other games wae
M which oneW t to
retp Mf mention, it bdit Ig
WMit hostess. Aa t
tIn w e essional blanks oars e
which thguests were expected to
to with t"name of a game of eda.
It was very ingeniously devised, and
furnlhed great deal of amusement.
Miss Mary Reynolds was the fortunate
recipient of the prize, a daint paper
cutter, for appropriately supplyng the
largest number of missing word, while
Mr. Dale Mabry was rewarded for
ranking bighost in the various game
of, prs ion. His souvenir was a
habox of writing paper. The
prisem we. presented by Mr. Terrell,
-ripal of the high school at Fernan-
w one of the teachers at the
r department at the Woman's
D'i lous refreshments were served,
and at a late hour the party broke up,
after having passed one of the most
delightful evenings of the season.
Wise Cmsel frem the Seuth.
"I want to give some valuable advice
to those who suffer with lame back sad
kidney trouble," says J. R. Blanksn-
ship, of Beek, Tenn" 'I have proved to
aq absolute certainty that Eletric Bit-
terons will positively cure thisdistressing
condition. The first bottle rave me
t relief ard after taking a few more
ttl, I was completely cured; soeom.
pletely that it becomes a pleasure to
recommend this great remedy." Sold
under guarantee at all drug store.
Price 50c. *
A Sasy Sunday.
The pastor of Trinity Methodist
Church had a busy day last Sunday.
After a sermon in the morning on
"Degradation in Church and State,"
he performed the rite of baptism upon
three of Mr. M H. Collins' children
viz.: Branden Cary, James Marvin and
Alice Clarance Collins.
Rtur from the home of Mr. Col-
line, Mr. -p4ling and Miss Ferrell
were united marriage.
Then, at the home of Mr. Arthur C.
Stiller, In the presence of many relsa-
tves and friends, the rite of baptism
wa administeed to Margaret Nichol.
.o the infant daughter of Mr. A. C.
andMrs. Sarah N. Spiller. Miss Mamie
Andrew was sponear.
At S:1 m. he preached on "The

The MetLodist l ieopal and Prea-
byteran churches wll unite their eon-
Lregatokm on Sunday evening during
the month of Julyr and August.
Next Sunday evening the services
will be hold In the Methodist church,
Rev. W. H. Zeigler, Pastor of the
Presbytorian churh will preach the
sOmon. It is hoped that these meet-
in will result an great good and that
thetmembers of both congregations will
Sewing machine bobbins, shuttles,
belts, screw driven and needles for
any machine, and machine oil, at J. D.
Cay's. 7

If so we haveas "s 1p-lnducer" in
our "La-Esy" elt Mattress that is
ust what you need. It is made of 45
Ir ( PariCott Plt in layer like
eut-i-Hkb GradelTck -French Roll
Dis-Imperial StdW. Guaranteed
equa tin every repoettoany $15.00 felt
mattress ever advertised.
Order one to-day, sleep on it thirty
nights and thenifyoarenot satisfied
we'll refund your money.
$10.00 P ou ORT PRPAID.


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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
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l f L L UM M ATs.-Th- tanda ram the..of the Univsity of
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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,

J. D.


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-
BUSkburgy 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.
Tallahasee, 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, 19(I.
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. HOUSTON.
Woodville, Fla., April 24th, 1907.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir: In reply to your favor of the 28rd will my,
I am more than delighted with the buggy I bought of you
several months ago. All Hail to the COLUMBIA buggy.
Yours very truly, C. J. FERRELL.
Tallahassee, Fla., May 21st, 1907.

J. D. Cay, City,
Dear Sir: In reply to yours of recent date will s
that the COLUMBIA buggy I bought of you some monti
ago, has given perfect satisfaction and has proven all
was recommended to be. Yours respectfully,


Wakulla, Fla., May 23rd, 1X0)7.
J. D. Cay, Tallahassee, Fia.,
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 C6LUMBIA buggy you sold to melast
December has given entire satisfaction. It has shown up
to be of the best workmanship and material. Wishing you
all success, I am,Yours very truly, W. K. COOK.
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.
Your very truly. L. S. CRUMP.
Chaires, Fla., April 26th, 1907.
.J. I). 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.
LYours very truly, G. W. PATTERSON.
Tallahassee, Fla., April 25th, 1907.
.j. 1). 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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.etlom a true thatmr extreme t In T uu
aotr, for the l-ontnuedo
is baf followed byv eopous
S- day, aeompanied by a
I m d n top will Je UlvmlV ty oW t
J. C. Upchurch and children Stdtoof POf M.
S dmorminI for a couple of
t wit hr parnto and Fa.
native at Ral4 i7, N. C., and .titutlon for ou
,.BC. Mrs. UpIrbuoeh is very Ahn ra to
I haies, and her friend men, offering Literary, Scilentift En-
her gtly. Herbroteor gInrIg, Agricultaral and Pedagog.-
a ole ovis h ing all the o eFaculty well lab-
Stav ll the orators= ; thorough ie both
l prMist a better ap- theorte sand ratiel careful per-
buiM1 y -frea h eoat of paint. vision and dieplp r; high moral tone.
GM _cM and Mhlddree spent last No tuitkin charge to Florlda stuo
at Ra pr dnts. Other exenses vorry low.
'aDrngetylas sm lthis week For catalogue and information, ad-
S. aId mother, President.

*6fl lj-llsrjte ree nville. dsA WL 1DI5.
)fboro d.6 pa t three
Shave bee. nvI l (g a
S M. vyn W a C. 0. ANDRIWs, President,
he-rth dastofwat y y

Owlhts8!!. PMo@, of owed Iby hmo peopI
l te ,, pa d Laundry Carriage always r
O e of our young moe y that Call package office at Hill'
*8e o orta you y MR he hats
Soff ra ou e bhe ham Hotel.
St woll aord ito o much Sf
has only bow goeo n uh lawk, Machinery new and long e
I muadvise him to haver ber return If
MN. Tom Maon, and little son Ar-
r, illnay will return to-day

Ni.O and Louai Patterson
tl~ fr a several da' visit ST. MARI
onday. Wo roeall ho vit
twopretty Tampas girls to Chaires Having purchased the Hot
mj r lia Davis and Beause Gelser oughly repairing and reno%
of will arrive to-day to visit
J. i Patteron. supply it, and with boats
Mary Snipeo and little grand-
Wr. Usdie, will arrive home Frie best attractic
d their month's visit In the will offer the bet attract
I and historic town of Uoorge- on the Gulf Coast.
.--.S.C RuthJoines illi Dun. Plenty of good Gasoline B4
M, who spent a fow day with Mlu
anmlpo durwh r mother's ab- Fishing and Hunting parti
Nmo, left for homenda, and more
tpt mos@miss thaeo e (Iris. Convenient to all
Ml urohe lad MIn al Dun-
Str it to Mrs. FRANK W DL
a They will r
with Ms D. Chairs and at-
Sa pi&enti on the Fourth at LakeW
S Othes hero will spend that day
S kie lako.
NM" Jo3L Chair' house will be c
reeyIfor I next week, when
Sinto itMr. SPECIAL SU
r W ^kto*wo will &1o move his fam-
J e and daughter-in-law, In order to make i
e eWnseto,.,.f Mr. H. Stock I am offering
Aswe woI rm"e..o. of our it, at reduced prices
Will rolato howne of our clti~em
GUSd his wisfe 1 111 to got her to
m to If-. she beo oppoe-d to
m trm h atlve State to a
hav~roaoM otamkep down last winter,l
"' esivering M
ak M d told his wife he
Sitd I thwoods. route homo
a an told him he couldn't fool
-Ml that way, bee evero
that tame *rkey have I have a man with
it s usmet me when a m tofore been employ
er o b tothen to the largest glass I
!o pint gt flnihmg concern
,. 2 ;_Smt Si to dmS tm he can make yore
*iTs Uwe. to b voedr

To, uso Prices riht and M
t at oordr. You obd Inad teed. Give him a
lmimdar t up with bad t In

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SHerbe In my family TALLAHASSEE
4#.y-. W ero s coant .lpeis what
uammji. wety .i fw_. and we J. E. THE
.. to H old by all Dr.u
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*General Bus eW an Contractors.

/Buildings a Specialty.
SContracts for work in the country
solted anda satsmactMon In all lines
S- arante m .U"med.o dwR

bt mesim 36 h Np U .."e

c. S. sauLS, p. o. sox ale. J. M. smuL.

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

Contracts for work In the -country
soHdltd and satisfaction In all liunw

norm raen& Cums
Tasaaoseea, a.
A College for Wo mn without a
parallel In the South, emt Ig as Col-,
ew for Liberal Arts. s o for
Teachers a School of odW1l Arts
a School of Fle Arts. lclding piano,
pipe or-n, violin voic ture, elo-
ad acultuOe
A Faculty of able specIalist lan all
tion free. Charge for special In-
struction In Fle Arts reduced to a
minimum. New buikding ia course of
constructIon. Write for at.
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A 1 WtPA Launry werk desm
eady to go to your door.
s News Store, front of Blox-

xperienced operators.

el at St. Marks I am thor-
iating it, will refurnish and
and other conveniences it
ns for hunting and fishing

pats to be had. Guides for
ms furnished.
the Gulf Springs.
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room for my Fall
g my entire stock
so 6 0 e 0 & e


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Je de Wright. et o A t T C.
Amdonar. a ono-m latetat**........ PAri dl owit: t'.
the ft ft te
I s wu............................ T. C. _Lot kw 2Oo. o.P. (hbo")4,,
z.ettRc ns E te *..... ............. T. C. NO4 32. 0S0. P.. __
34 ft on theIiN sde th ,-
Mrs A. miller .. M Jane (house) ..........................
Mohnson t ....... ... .... T. C. Lot No. 221 N A (House).... 1E1
Mrs. A. Be. Mior t.. MiN Jam 3L.
Johnab agt................ ............ C. Lot No. 234, N (house)... 1i
J. R. NMaxzw U..................... ....... Tbe 1 ft o C. Lot No. I
N A (1 bonu )................. W
Alex Johason...........................The W 100 ft of T. C. Lot No. 2KM
NA (3 2 e).................. 1,2
James Edwards........................... Part o T. t No. s NW A. d4-
scribed to-wit: Ilegnnlng at t
pIoint M ft Wst of the Sa oornea
of ild Lot No. 8, whIch i Ut
F ola f bortbe lni, then run W,
t, thonoo N 4ft and f Inol ,
throne. I |1ft. thteon N 4 ffj
4.oo then a ft. themi
1M ft and I Inches to the plaeb
O fasrwr....................... 4.W
James Edwards........................... Part .Lot No. 11, NW A,
described to-wit: B lginningl at
point ft West of these a om
of lad Lot No. 11. which i t
place of btegning, then run W
41 ft, thenoe N 170 ft and I
Inches, theneo 3 41 feet, tthenoo
170 ft and 9 Inches to the plame
of beginning .............
H. McCormick.............................. o NWS' of T. '. Lot No.4
WA (house)... ............. I
Sophle McCormick .................... Part of the Wt of NW .%of T. (
Lot No. 4. NW A, described O-
wit: Beglnniln at the NW
m( I oad Lot No. 46, then rm
i ft and 6 Inches then 9 140 f
and tInhes, thence W "U ft a
Inches, thence N 100 ft and 4
inhes to tie place of begtnn lr.. 8,
Primus Hatchett .......................... ubdivision No. 3 of T. C. Lot Ne
No. 49, NW A. aI per plat r"
oorded In eed Book J. J., pa
S1 (house ....................... .
Mary Ellen Combe..................... The I0 or '0 t o the at t sI&
of Lot "C.' of T. C. Lot 1,NW
A. a per lat recorded in Ded
.Book 1. IL. ware r 10 (house)... 11.0
Davis Randolph........................... The W 3-5 or **-tst of Lot "A,'
of T. C. Lot No. 61 NW, A, e
errplat rsoorded in Deed Book
H. H., page 5l; the 8I-6 or8
ft off Lot "B." of T. C. Lot No.
Deed NW, A as per plat recorded is
Deed Book H. H., page
(house) .......................... 3.M
Magge Hall.............................. of of of T. C. Lot No.
7. N% Co % (house............. .A8
Edmund Johnson....................... Part of 8% of T. C. Lot No. 26. N'4
Co ,described to-wit: Begin t
teh corner of said Lot No. M,
then run W 100 ft on Clinton t.,
which is the point of belinnln
then run N 140 ft. then W In ft
more or less, then S 140 ft, then
E 12 ft, more or lem. to the
point of belinning (house)....... 8.0
Henry Douglass.......................... T. C. Lot No. 1l. 8 Co % housee) 6.96
Mrs. Eloise Zollissie Eat................ W O ft of T. C. Lot No. $0. *U
811vey Mackey........................... T. C. Lot No. 37. a Co ....... 4
James.. Rivers........................ C. Lots No. 4I a1a 44, 8% Co 1
(3 houses)........................ 14
Rena Allen Est., Annie Plsher, agt...... T. C. Lot No. 84. 8% Co % (houses) 6.
D. J. Atkinson......................... T. C. Lot No. 105, 5% Co '4........1.
Julia McLillon............................ T. C. Lot No. 114. 8% Co % (house) .
James Everett............................ T. C. Lot No. 116, U% Co '&......3.t
Thoma t J. Perkins ...................... T. C. Lat No. 167, N. A ..... ......
C. Z. FENN, City Tax Collector.

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With the date and don't miss your share of the many items of seasonable goods to be sold at less than Factory Cost.
Come early and secure Choice Selections.
Remember the date and don't miss it, JULY 8th, 9th and 10th. Store opens at 7:30.


40 Inch White Lawn. value 12jc, while it lasts
Not over 10 yards to a customer.
White Dotted Swiss, beautiful, 25c quality, Hatchet
Sale carires it out at-----------------
Nice quality White Plaid Waisting, the kind others
ask 85c for, special at -------------------
Beautiful White Plaid, Mercerized Waisting, never
sold for less than 60c. Hatchet Sale - -------
White Lawn Shirt Waist, nicely made. and trimmed
in Val Laceand Embroidery. Value $1.50. at
White Lawn Shirt Waists. Short sleeves, nicely
trimmed in Lace and Embroidery, was $2.50. at ,
500 Yards, beautiful Corset Cover Embroidery, no
one asks less than 50c. Hatchet Sale. .
500 Yards beautiful Corset Cover Embroidery, no one
asks less than 25c. Hatchet Sale ..
2000 yards Val Lace and Inserting, actually worth
8 and lOc. The Hatchet Sale gives it to you for
1000 yards Embroidery Edge and Inserting, worth 10
and 121c, Hatchet Sale carries it out at .
500 Folding Paper Fans, cost you 0l everywhere.
Sale price ... .. .
Ladies Short Silk Gloves, black and white, former
price 75c. Carried down to ..
Ladies Longw Silk Gloves, black and white, former
price $1.25. Carved down to
Ladies Long Lisle Gloves, black and white, former
price $1.25. Carried down to -... ...
Ladies Long Black Mercerized Cotton Gloves, former
price 76c. Carried down to ---------------------
500 yards Mercerized White waiting, formerly sold
at 26c. Hatchet sale. --------..-----
25c quality Lingerie Cloth, beautiful quality, carried
down to......- -. -. - -. - .... . ..
Brown Dress Linnen, 26 inches wide, worth 15c. The'
result of Hatchet Sale-- .-.- -... -
Brown Dress Linen assorted widths, worth up to 35c
a yard. Choice..---. ---....----





89c each


39c yard

19c yard

5c yard

8c yard

5c each

39c pair

89c pair

89c pair

59c pair

19c yard

19c yard

10c yard

19c pard

White Dress Linen 36 inches wide, heavy weight,
nice for shirts and children's suits. Was never
less than 50c. .--............ .--.......-. 39c yard
90 Inch Linen Sheeting, the kind you have always
bought for $1.00. A very special value at* ----- 89c
100 Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs, cost you
25c every day; Hatchet Sale---------..........---------.... 18c each
100 Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs, 15 and 20c
all the time; special .---------... ..-----l .....c each
Light colors in "C" Island Percale, always 12c.. 10c
Good quality Persian Lawn. was 15c, special while it
lasts ... .. ..c... .... lk'
One lot of short lengths in yard wide Changeable
Silk, worth $1.00; we don't cut it..------ -..69c
A lot of 19-inch Silk in changeable and checks, the
f)c kind ... ..
Chiffon Collar Forms, while they last, free for the
White Linen Lawn. 30 inches wide, was 50c, very
special at ---- 36c
200 boxes Toilet Soap, 6 cakes in a box; you pay lko
cake for same Soap 19e box
1,000 yards Colored lawns, formerly 10 and 12,e.
Hatchet Sale ... 7A.v yard
5rw Colored Lawn, 19c; 20c and 2 Colored lawn,
16c; 8c Colored Lawn (k' yard
One lot Men's Coat and Pants Suits, last season's
goods, worth from $7.00 to $10.N), if we can fit
you ..... .....-. -------- -- $4.79 Suit
Exceptional values you will find in our Clothing De-
partment in order to close out our summer stocks.
If in need of Suit or Trousers, don't miss this
money-saving opportunity.
Special values in Lace Curtains.
Hawes Straw Hats, $3.00 everywhere; Hatchet Sale
carves them down to . .. ..... $1.98
White Dress Linen 36 inches wide, none of them asks
you less than 35c. Special ... 29c yard





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JON G0. COLLINS. P, bieshe.
Pl mJN1ll4,ls IKV. ,lIY r iRIAY MOtNINl(;
Tobacco la Leon Coenty.
ThromeKh the courtesysy of the "Tii'm-.
Union we arir enilh tl o ipr istauc the following illustrated article i
dew.riptive of on. of I,,,on county's to
harco 1111 illtill tN, i4e l WI ixN(elII to
follow it i0t Iiter IMMI Io M wit other **iini
lar tartl Ic le,.
TailathH 'mseo', ,l-l oC 'i.t I t lIin lt ilt ,
hall ru4nI1htl tlihe' tlneto f'evir and will
prolbaily, in u few ye'r,. Itr, ome n
close second to (indslen county, now
orld-famous for itsa hade grown tl,-
co. According to Congresman I.a-
r, who In making a study of tobacco
wing and ham facts and figures (rs-
at his flnger'n end and who in ui ing
m with telling effects in him Ur'i-
h, there are ush ut M,tNmmI ()e's r:f
ly, l t Vyear'h e' i s hll rr his lxhr l a l i r ei
,,.i, ,,,,, nitIfitself, ,,,,.., HTA O1'T riT'IEEN
h .m .yea r .. i *t llo .'r l ia ,i ,.e r li I,.f.ir L
Ir droulh., however. i,.r l iajesil hl, || 0l .e CR .X JN 1
rop very much asul will esate at I,,.iloor
hundreds of thousasiMlt of dollars |
Among the Lemm county i|lante'rm of HartsAeld vs. Allen.
toberee, limrtihhurK nel Ito.enliHirr. l.orn county eems not only produr-
who own the big El I rovedo cigar f(ar- tive of all kindsn f vegetables and 5
tory in Tallahausee, are the \lea erIeand fruit easm we'll un tapl>erruope but sMms
pioneerss. Their sl|lendld plantation in aIio to IW* qtitle, i county for the pro-
at Lake J okron andl in model in all ductlon of alrge families of chiklren.
respects. Among the other taolbeao Our old friend Mr. Henry Allen, whoe.
planters in Leon county aur mSenator death we made mention of a few days
SJomhn H. Henderson, who has ten acrs ago could boast of more than a hun-
under abide, the La RoseTobacco Comr- Gre children, grand-children and Ireat
any. Pirkina and Mickler, (George W. grand-children. Now comes a state-
Razon, Dr. Aunley and ail lBrothers. ment from Mr. Thomas Hartaofeld, a
Mr. Henderson a tobacconl Psaid to I.' well-known and highly respected citi-
very fine and Is now more than six feet en of our old IePon to the effect that he
high, and hoa brought him the most can boaat of. 12 children, grand-chil-
tempt g offer.. dren and great grand-children, and he
Aeomnt saying this article are photo. Is well and hearty, though he in 79 years
showing tobacco growing at the old.
farm. Dr. Palmer in president ..-- - .
of thi company. H 1. Bethel vice. The' I.Lev Tme's Democrat sings it
Samtdent and ere'tary and Norman S. out se: "lon't do it, Mr. Ilurr -atay
obhnon manager arMntreasure'r. on the' ItNilroead( ,mmlaidon. Don't
ST e company will increwve itsa had.s do It, Mr. Thrown you can't heat, 'our
SW twenty-nve anet next year. They Steve Ion't try It.. Don't do it.
a ew own two barns, one of which is Mr. SparlCman -we can't dispense with
shown In the picture the dimensions of your servkres in the Hous."
whikh aae 140 by 40 by 20 feet.
-- -- --' Mr. Raymond Cay, who recently re-
MhI Nmary Groover of Jacksonville, covered from a severe illness at his
i visAlW g her uncle. Mr. T. B. Byrd home In Jacksonville, is the guest of
S Losf-Oe tan riding bridle at Sea. his brother, Mr. Charles Cay.
bad (lt warehou-s, fnder will be Mrs. J. W. Collins Ia anticipating a
l leaving same at this of- pleasant viait among friends in Miceo-
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mimt. aMoKIAeuy, ot alI. I a- e lad to the % of aNW
9 a wa ............................... W .
DW- wIt: wur at a
3h a. F l a. d L o N o. n o .1 7

Boe r .7ad 3. Dutchat... %,Interest In 1 o acre. in the oor-i
t sad eee rur IU
S4 s SAw.t a Dbe uc hwa
Ops "and 1 to th*

r RLumber Co ....... W of NW%. and NM of N01.I
M I of ......... .... ................. gI 10N .
......... NAM of 4W% o f .................. *IN 0 1 0 2.00

flower MHes-of te vl. Georgh Arthur NAo1.. % acf5 In o fhMdWuok st.te In 3 1 1W
bO/ k ofAN A pofae ad ,1.
Noa e rW of NW% ot ..". .. .... SI 40 13.59

Mi Mtd Mrs. Smma. BCarvr. unvi inrt of Lot No.
M--lL- o j. a Buara, at. ,. E% of Ga. and Fla. traditional Lot
s $owr te ,.r.em. "1" t.... ........................ 6 h M W tso 3.

D M~a|tht b SM a T eo &Mrs. S. A. Butrfch, d uoivon of Lot No. I N
Skwmb. ....Ga. and la. Lot No. 92 In1....... .. IN 157 1.60

After atln fom Mro. En,,,- B. Car,,r. ,203vm MrteStA 0.
us.. bSa6 M o 8o- r.... inter est in 1% acres In the or-
wfh ism 5 thv r ofther oar taetlou

Sor .. .. ......................... . 1W 58 1.5
j. R. BarhS Bt o.... Wu of t NoN land NE of NW
WeC Mw s e up e t lhdior1...............................98 IN 10 6.84

M M ofptp pe orge Arthur ynold ... I acre n the idauoka ,Estate a 1pr 1
Shausa Bios.of lI on T n PArof ., pages 61 and of of
M td UWf lS o w1 Mus of MUI oma*rki U a point .. ft t o...

of MaI ate MMm. Wrs. Em Coxma B. Carverat undiWva, a run t out 7Of i -to
t 3 (or taetnioe a d6W'f to fa e w%) o

V 9 f UactiMaml rN dk s*...................... ... IN S.
t plac 1 e wlad yn you' ll r.Sarah uerel d om L i C on idgytsf L oA

T-OrWhf aMWper puthenre WInt to
it upNfrom th car window while his D Harris...........Lot ho. 10 and 11 of Block NO 1.
train t Daulnf though, s iestnoe ...... per p1.. recorded in Deed
the waS e w himemldoo-f ol S. kl..pa ge on 5N n oo f,.
to- lively rebdsuok4 o...................... 8 1 1W 1.34

tby MM P. 8.9 11M** platntt o ed Book Z, Page 16
1--A.3 Mrs.wEmma S. Carver. Lat .. 4, 10 acres ;No, .. 6AVa.;

sig a- ofns Ead ru and or... No. 10 a.d. n No. I4 o,
111111b lM pawty was acres. In theusuokrIntractional

Nuoaf hite ea ad l4a11111 whire ad 1* wettamp0 la n D*edBook W Page

the a pRoeimnBA of th Wo rural what ........... ......... 6 1 1W 1 5.64
evur ofro th ae a a and i people ts t W. l Shaw...erry....... Lotsr o. 6. 6and 7 of BockNo.
oure and it development. Correct 4. as per plat recorded in edU

general impressions long-settled and J ^ook i. 1, page 51, in B534 ,
i w developed rioth a man be had of pa ot 4)............... ... a 1N 1 1W 6 12.2
that way but in a new commonwealtheynolds....... Lot o Block No. 1 o ani 4, as per
r.like F a of vat area, heavily plat record n Deed Book K. 11.

bhend and vp J~eny io ite r11i what- ., pae 66, InSthe 81 b )%of M i
oda d vy oe s d J o .. i I .o. ... of Block No. 7 .............W .
uner Uh cums t ea e tour- T-.John W. Taompson....... Lot No. 3 o iock % of. .
t or intend immigrantM o ape p plat recorded Int f ot ^ a
the rural develmntof Pennylvan. a tcor of sold NW I } 1

t or New York from Florida ear win- thencrebed to-wit: tBeinnn at
pldow, i at would be fairer to look uhon N W o SNa r W 7 on rht

t ,but it would mean that Floria hoeld Quincy road, the8oe astery
e ,a lNorthwesterly iong t ae right ti

out no inducements to new settle, i i o the North line of sa ie
N W% of SWoktheno eWest to

that she wa- built up, her opportuni- feet|. "r orde"ed e
tie all taken her popmto Florida sie the point of oinnin o......... 1W 10 4.
und tromhatan the ar window while arrik l.. r ...........Lot No. 10 and 11of Block I, pe
sighof moderate means to comhe to fand, plt recorded in Deed Book K.
abundant raw rspemens of the rural what- ofnk1. & ... ... pge in ew of 1W 1.8
ever of the stated Its people, Its re- 0. W. Shaw1.......... Lots e. 4'of Blk o.2as7eilii r'.

which hr energy and ievelopmentellence mht p er plat recorored n Deed ook Deed

incrureantly dsteaopment of Pdenyan. 1o owc ..1 .
I i one intellienttledaook nd paf ge 5o. M I N 'S
orida and her prodegions man fertility and or o...................... s IN 1W ..... 2.
a o e a now commonwealth X Lot No. 1I of Block No. 4, as per

bewildemint variety of resources. But ten pe 534, in-0 hM 4 t O t 2.43
id e r of vast ae enoug heavily time at recorded in Deed Bookr
bred minduvey sporsely settled, qrly a K., ason oeo inc a old to % iofSo Ito1W ..... 1.60

shallot ohewere in a new land whose, hi.Jones........... I i 9 iofblo o. se
will fortkena hrolimuation dese r qs t61 in Sotee o ft of n4 ngl. A4In ... .

chief develop mnt wan yet to come Mr.etia laoren....... Lot No. 7f ,Block No. 1, as per
that orthe "inted and" theymmigrant coderide plat receded in Deed Book i

the rural deverloy pmeantr undof Pennsytelligent E. t trora.e n o N ..j.
cutivation that it i the flinea t fruit -rkr trut e. o N in...-w ...t: .. nni i w at
downs, it w.uld be fairer to look upon the NX corner te saNd W% oil

hand trucking oil on earth and largely and run W 7 6d ed
supplies the North with early fruits n: thence a 26of i to the
butand v egetablean, that Florida held Quincy road, thef N d e Easterl NWi
oit no wIdtutements to now settlers, along the Quincy road to Nle

thriahet was built uhe Uion erin the ve- East line or .....................ld I ww loo 3. 0
tes all t akeny her er population dense ouor less, to the point of nni anN 30 4
very that that waste no land for the man Frank xandr ..... Lot. f Block........................ No. as po .

tangled wideomes, unsightly to lookm Mtilda e t....... I)t No. 7of' Block No. p2
whicupon, the and int factr in the iht plat recorded n Dee and NhIT.
c onvert into wealth. The state .IIaylor, Extr. p ofe n te % of
nari enough to ryearl ade these ti '% of......................... IN 1w 2 1.0 3

we ahouldenot have uw h eare o rd William McCabe Eat 8 w e t3n
back without onI intelligent ihdea of . r. k H. H.tr NW of 692 N% ,
Florida and there prediions fertility and o NE.. of......................... 6 IN W I 2.08

bwopinio in pvarint. One Georgia Rowell Ja ard ...... 2 7-oto acre. 17 of land in ot No .

harecently been writing about us upW ib" "ija......!t.,* 1 0w
li uperis t recorded in Deed r
if they d hu t Orol tfo realize .ru na. Pe 692, In NEi%- o f to
tof wealth worth er mentionng otherland thanose o......................... 2.

lumber and tourtt" Heyould't aei et. te aist 3.n of hII r I

thetth h e" a orange grove, they I is ce N 7 -116 che to points
proving eery year under tellige and NE of .......................1 0 .*31
and trucking soil on earth a largely W. E t. EW or N %ando aw% of 23 3

owe liauy fograve nuch ri M em- WillLot MNo"bort.,,Uw4 of
r s of .............. ... ..... 2 3. W 0 34
supoier 1thhsi~tt ra o frui the s Woh B. Trlt# x t. of t4e o4, said INto i

tepie ieJohn J. Perrtt ....... That Dart or' 'h g "@ k' 'f( s

imnUaW,, ma.Se 'atMIItIg of both ... s n..Eat Of the Ook, 0 lF ver o?27 3SN 1iw so 1 92
tJhn Austa ........... NW% o NW of S a. except I
S0 Otr State i te Buhwall Development acres in the Northwet orner ofto! 18i Is 1 73
1 Mr. W B fi a molaAtr, a & t umber Co ....... 18% of ............................. 25 18 I
uM. -r RweD T a- -I^5 Bushwall Development
moares IaBM '00 01V I-* & uAmber Co....1.. 8W% of NW NW% of SW% and
eey I 9sm m es fw FI-M?1B and 5 of SW o . 2 ]p I1 160 19.70
Sh eap and haow Buhwall Development of.................19.70
l "WJlitit mt t n & Lumber Co% of .. SiF and % of N12 of 271 1 IN 340 10.07
,p-w- WHuSS In ma i al- Bushwall Development .
LT"eM--et* L Lumber Co ....... !R9 of x4 (%of3........... ... 3S 1 IS N 384
LEve OPk DeePt. of NW of..... ..... 3411I 400 8.2
Buahwail Development All of ............. .. .... i 18 I 40 .
Taf t~M e esw ees 9W t. & tLumber Co....... Allof .......................:. .S: :: I 40 0.63
Mr. F. M. Hme tWit me at M. B. Wayonn........ The W% of W of NWI of 7 1 14 S2 x.5W .
v Ind., kee also stk of Samuel D. Thmpn.on. N W of E% Of....... I .:1 I 0 1.23
ie aehandle aad patent F. I1 Sftord........ I of of ................ 24 1 3
sm om.: "fambeas NE% of NW of................ 26 18
era sd arrhoea Remedy Is stand- Bush wail Development.
ari hter i its lne. It never fal to A Lumber Co....... w% of E% and Eof W% o 2 41
saatiafactiocR and we e.ld h--"- .S. Hightower..... and NW of ........ I 27 IJ
I -.Bushwa.Dev, opmentA l o ............................ ISO ti
S be wt t It." For umberCo....... 1F @%. I N % of W% nd %
the Taftha-mm Drug Company. .. sw% of .................... 1|1l_ 41.

ILumbe' 0. .,....
"ukwatzTDT pat

Bushwall Development

* L 4w o....... I
SLaber Co........
John o0. Porr........
Eawber U .......
th. J. Isle. ....

Bushwall Development
& Lumber Co.......

Johnf0. Perry .........

Bushwall Development
& Lumber Co*.......

& Lumber Co .......
BushwaU Development
& Lumber Co.......
John A. Stephone.....
W. B. T or .........I
4 F. Q.Ha ............
H. N. & W. P. W-lkor
It. N. W. P. W-er
Marian P. Hightow r.

WPo W ..
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8% of is% and W% of NW% of. 4
14 of RA ot...... 4............. 12
W% or FNWA w.................. I
Lots No. L d 4 to ............. 14
NW of N oept
the SN oorer. la the I w
corner, I a to P. O sa .
D. Lewis and 1 aore to P. C. Wi-
liameon of....................... 17
NW% of........................ MU

A ep th .W.a o 1% "a
ww "'A NW of...............
a3% oi N % of (as per rotun
from Comnptroler Croom. dated
April 1s, 1W)...................
W oft NIZ, NE% of NE% san
W % of ...........................
West % of.....................
*% and M% of SW% of ..........
N of4.............................
sW of( ...........................
8Wg of III8 of..................
of .................
Kof .. ...

Mary R. Perry.....
Annie Chapman...

Klng Lumber Co..

A. Hawtree ...........

Sofland the W%
rIw i:: 'e Cee
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N(U. thence south to the plae
hat rt 5Ot-i'i
lng nl t and South m

William MoCabe Est., Br ) of .... .
W. B. Taylor Extr. NI% of W of.................
Mary Ann Oark...... acres of land beginning at tae
BW corner of the NX% of (and
running North with ISetlon line
140 yards. thence East 0 yda,
thence 8 140 yds to the pubIc
road, thengs along sald. road
Weat 70 yards to the place of be-
htnnet) t... ................ ..a 11
Angeltne Det.....*.1 RS eo le enllaea t a
Doeat divldidn on .., eae be-
twesn the Z and W% of the
Where maid lin ecrossee a ditoh
and thence running South
0o0 feet, thence B 810 ft to a
corner, thence N 210 ft to said
ditch and thence with said ditch
W 3160 ft to the place of begin-
ning of...........................
S. P. Horn............. I of NW and W% of NE% of 12
Arthur Hawtree..... W of NW of ..................1. 1
C. M. Covlngton ...... f o BW of .................. 14
C. M. Covington...... NWM of NW4 of............... 19
Unknown ............. BE14 and E of SW4 ofr .......... 3
H. J. Richardson.
W. W. Saunders...... IN of N% ofr s' of ...........21
W. W. Saunders. alIso
Adwin A. Dobbins.
trustee ............. iRE's nf RW%. N*41 of SWf"4 l
William ecCabe Est.,, SW% and 0 of N% of 8W ofj2li
Jonah Britt........... All and E of thei 4)'klockneel r
Ii...... ver of ......... ............
William McCabe Est.,!NW% ofr.......................... ..
W. B. Ta lor. Extr.N
Cain Stricklnd'..I..... of NEA and Nr1 of NE t of. 10
knownn ............ SW of ........... ............. 1i
Jennie M 8 Alexander E% and SW%4 of ................ 18
A Interest or part of T. C. Lot
No. 6. 0. P. described to-wit:
iegIrnning at the rE corner of
said Lont No. 6. and run West
77 ft. thence N 70 ft. thence n
77 ft ind thane 8 70 ft to point
f begI nning ...................... .

(oorr e B. C'hair,- and
Il.l, Brynn.. ... ..

B M I W.on .. .
M* ** 1. /1 .AI

I'nrt fr Tr. C, Lot No. 4. 0. 'P.. be-
Slitilng at the NW corner of said
ot No. I and running 60 ft
thernc. 100 ft. thence N 10 ft.
thenmre W 100 ft to beginning..
T. C. Lot No. 210. 0 P............





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heirs "T ('. V ot No. 312 0. P.. except
.. 34 feet off the North side......
T. C. Lot No. 161. N. A..........
Jame It. Maxwell... ,The East 60 ft of T. C. Lot No.
2"1 N A .....................
Alx Johnson ........ The_ Weat 110 feet ofT. lot No.

l Ro nson, N. A....................... .. ..
phlo Robinson, at. Part of the West % of T. C. Lot
No. 3 NW A. described to-wit:
Begin at the SW corner of said
Lot No. 2 and run North 41 feet. I
thence E 137 ft, thence 8 41 ft
and thence West 117 ft to the
point of beginnlng................ ...
Jame Edwnrd ...... !Part of T. C. Lot No. NW A., I
described to-wit: Begin at a
point 66 ft W of the SW corner of
said Lot No. I. which Is the point'
of hegInmnin, then run went 41 ft
then N 11 feet and I Inchees
then IC 2I ft. then N 4 ft and 4
SInche. then H 20 ft. thence o 110
ft and 9 Inchem to point of be-
ginning ......................... ..
H .. BAIl ...... Part of T. C. Lot No. I NW, A.. i
described to-wit: Ekin at a
point 76 feet W of the N corner
or said Lot No. 8. and run West
62 f. then 8 14 ft and 4 Inohes
then East It ft. then N 14 ft and
4 Inches to beginning............ ..
Bettll (olark .. .... Subdivialon No. I of T. C. Lot No.
56 NW A.. as per plat reoordeo
In Deed Book 8 pagep 8U........ ..
Edmnnd Johnonn .... Part of 8 of T. C. Lot No. U.
N% Co described to-wit: Be-
gin at the 8 corner of said Lot
No. 25. then run W 100 ft on
Clinton St.. which la the point
of beglnnilb, then run N 14e ft.
then W 12f feet. re or leo.
then 8 140 ft. then 124 ft. morel
or less, to point of behinnln.... I....
Fred C. Moor......... 123 feet and 4 Inches off the 1ast' I
aide of the 8% of T. C. Lot No t
2 N Co % . . . ........ . ...
Unknown ............ 25 ft off the East side of T. C' !
Lot No. 70 and 71 Co 4.... .. ....
ula MClellon......T C. Lot No. 11 It C ............
Jaa mverett .. T. 1 C. Lot No. I1 SI Co C .............
















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18 3W 1
18 2W 40 1.
18 SW 14 1.
18 4W 40 .14

18 41W 100 1.31
I 6W 100 1.71
2s 2W 110 -- 3.1
2. 2W 11. ,.
Be SW 480

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Don't you want to start a bank account? Woud'nt ke to have one of tbise NWt I* -
proved pocket savings banks to help you tosave our ad dimes It is so a that
you can deposit halia dollar or smalercolns. Iis of a o Wsie eoMvlent to carry in the ve peke
or a ladies hand beg, It is always ready to help you resist the temptatim to spad money. We
want an account with everybody il this vitcinty.
We furnish one of these banks free to everyone who will deposit one dollar and promise to
openan account with us within thirty days from receipt of bank. These baaks are delivered to you
locked and can only be opened by us.
You would be surprised to know how much money you an save in five years by taking eare
of your small change and depositingin a sav bank.
It is not wise to save money by keeping ft 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 ia earning smse-
thing. We pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of a Dollar and upward. Interest period are
first days of April and October.
Below we give a table showing how savings will seaumulate i five years, computed on a ba-
sis of 313 working days in the year, at 8 per cent interest.
Am't deposited. Interest earned. Total am't
10c per day for 5 years...----------................16.60....... $1..11.14.-----.....---..---...--.........$167.64
20c per day for 6 yar..-----..-..... --...-.. 313.00..-----.......... 28-..............-....--. -------88.28
26c per day for 6years--......--------............ 391.2.---..-....-.......-.... 27.8.................. 419.10
30c per day for 6 yar.........-------.--..---- 40.50.................. 88------------.42--------------.................... 0.92
0.c per day for 6 years.....-----.---.----............ 782.50--------------................ 55.70...-..........------.----...... 888.20
lOOc per day for 6years----....-....-........------1,566.00.--..-.........---------....111.40--.................--- 1,676.40
The capital stock of the savings bank is $20,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and get one of these little banks while the supply lasts.


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0. E. LEWIS* VIce-P'giim,


JeW 0. calLWU sb6uheeW.
Mon. FranE ClarL.
The following letter to C. F. Hop-
kin, at St. Augustine, which was pub-
hed In thecorrespondent from that
ity In the Times Union, 24th, show
that Congressman Clark is always ac.
tive in the interest of his people.
Th. letter speaks for itself as fol-
Gainesville Fla ., June 22, 1907.-
Hon. FC Hopkins, St. Augustine,
Lr.-Dear Mr. Hopkins: It occurs to
me, In view of the fact that our people
anivenrse recognle that the cryin
d of F=orda at the resent time
r loht o of immigrant of the right
farmn, tht ranbout the best earyic
that I ean render the state is to make
a speech in congress next winter on the
subject of Florida, and in that speech
set forth In detail the many advanta.
ges offered to the Industrious, incelli-
gent fid thrifty small farmer in the
ferent portions of my district To
dothis effectively I must have the as-
ldstance of friends In the different
counties in the way of furnishing me
with data of the right kind, and U will
appreciate it if you will, at the earliest
poissble day, furnish me with the fol-
1. A general description of Ht John@
county, the acre of cultivation and un-
cultivated land, the character of soil,
character of products, population, etc.
2. Some special Instancesof success-
ful farming, giving name and postof-
fiee address of farmer, kind of cro
gdown, number of acres cultivated
amount of stuff produced per acre. and
total amount of money realized, total

east of production and net profits. I
would only want one or two instances
of sueese aful farming and would like
to have facts in regard thereto sworn
to by the party If possible. I would
also like to have a statement showing
the minimum and maximum prices for
which farm lands can be purchased.
I dislike to trouble you, but regard
this oa the beat way for me to get the
information ought, and 1 believe you

will be willing to aid me in this work.
My purpose is to have a great many
thousand copies of this speech printed
and distributed among the farmers in
the west and northwest, and I firmly
believe that the result will be to add
largely to our farming population from
a most desirable class of people.
Thanking you in advance and with best
wishes, I remain,
Yours sincerely,
Father William's Indian Herb Tab-
lets, Natures Remedy, is becoming the
most popular Female Remedy in use.
Pal.e, Weak, Nervous, Delicate Wo-
men suffering from those weaknesses
and diseases, peculiar to their sex will
find in Father William's Indian Tablets
a wonderful TONIC and REGULATOR.
It quiets the Nerves, puts on flesh, gives
strength and elacticy to the step,
brightens the eyes,. clears the complex-
ion and makes you well and strong
again. Tea or Tablets, 20 cents. For
sale only by Tallahasee Drug Ce No 4.
1cM semetbIa_ -asy.
There may be some good men in the
state who may so far forget themselves
as to allow their names used for the
positions of State Treasurer, Secretary
of State and Commissioner of Agricul-
ture, but when they get through with
the running theywill resemble a cipher
with the nrim rubbed out. Will Knott,
Clay Crawford and B E. McLin are
about the best State officers that ever
served the people. To as pire to a State
office is a laudable ambition, but the
Record would advise, if a landing is
looked for, to pick out an easier mark
than either of the above named gentle-
men. -Manatee Record.
The Smile
that won't come off, appears on baby's
face after one bottle of White's Cream
Vermifuge, the great worm medicine.
Why not keep that smile on baby's
face? If you keep this medicine on
hand, you will never see anything else
but milles on his face. Mrs 8-,
Blackwell Okla., writes:
"My baby wan peevish and fretful.
Would not eat, and I feared he would
die. I used a bottle of White's Cream
Vermifuge, and he has not had a sick
day since." Sold by all Druggists. *

Special Freamtre Story.
The Evening Telegram, Portland,
Oregon June 26th, 1907.
Xr. John G. Collins, "True Demo-
crat," Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir: Your photographs, edito-
rial, letter and other matter at hand,
receipt of which is hereby acknowl-
edged. We shall make a special feat-
ure story of the matter, and expect it
to appear in our supplement in a few
weeks. Yours very truly,
berlin, News Editor.
It will be remembered the Evening
Telegram Is the newspaper that pub-
lished Lawyer Ed Mendenhall's slander
on Florida. We expressed to theTele-
gram photos of business house.,and
views of this city which the Telegram's
news editor says he will make into a
"special feature" story.
Best Neodidoae the World for Colic
and DIarrhoea.
"I find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best
remedy in the world,' "says Mr. C. L.
Carter, of Skirum Ala. "I am subject
to colic and diarrhoea. Last Spring it
seemed as though I would die, and I
think I would if I hadn't taken Cham-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I haven't been troubled with
it since until this week, when I had a
very severe attack and took a half a,
bottle of the 25 cent size of Chamber-'
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re-
medy, and this morning I feel like a
new man." For sale by the Tallahas-
see Drug Company. *
Prof. R. M. Evens, principal of the
Oseceola high school, has been appointed
traveling representative of the Uuiver-
sity of Florida at Gainesville and the
Florida Female College at Tallahassee. I
Wanchula Advocate.
Alle dWerlI
known that Ballard's Snow Liniment
has no superior for Rheumatism, Stiff
Joints, Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago and
all pains Huy it, try it and you will
always use it. Anybody whohas used
Ballard's Snow Liniment is a living
proof of what it does. All wea k of
you is to get a trial bottle. Sold by all
Druggists. Price p2c, 50 and $1.00
Print with your home printer always.

A Cup of White eouse or Blve Labo
Heca and Java Coffe
is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one know, that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride It
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the eat-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the beat 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.
O. BOX 472. .


City Electric Light Plant.

W. D. Pr torlus,
Funeral Director


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1,000 yds Embroidery Edging and Insertions, values 15 and 20c
100 pairs Children's Oxfords and Sandals, worth $1.00 to $2.00 a
200 Umbrellas, worth $1.25 to $2.50; price for this sale........
Pepperel Web-Seamed Drawers, worth 50c; price for this sale...
Bleached Balbrigan Undershirts, long or short sleeves; price for
Fancy Lisle Thread Half Hose, worth 35c; price for this sale...


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500 yds Mercerized Madras, worth 35, 40 and 50c yd; price for this sale................................
500 yds Spot Muslins, worth 25ec yd; price for this sale...............................................
250 yds Holly Batiste, worth 20c yd; price for this sale...............................................
250 yds Clarabel Batiste, worth 15c yd; price for this sale.............................................
250 yds Colored Organdie, worth 15c yd: price for this sale............................................
200 yds 45-inch Persian Lawn, worth 35c yd; price for this sale........................................
A large assortment of Embroideries for Corset Covers, regular value 35 to 50c yd; price for this sale......
Silk Tissue and Mercerized Colored Dress Goods, value 50 to 75c yd; price for this sale..................
500 yds Persian Lawn, worth 20c yd; price for this sale..............................................
5,000 yds Bates' Best Gingham Seersuckers, worth 15c yd; price for this sale...........................
81x90 Sheets, excellent value at 80c each; price for this sale.........................................
45x37 Pillow cases, excellent value at 18c each; price for this sale ....................... ... ......
1000 yds Plat Val Lace 2 3 to 6 inches width, 25c yd; for this sale....................................
1000 yds French and German Val Lace, regular price 15, 20 and 25c yd; price for this sale ................
1000 yds French and German Val Lace, regular price 8, 10 and 12 a'c yd; price for this sale..............

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ACTS OF THE 1. 1. Tw USTllS.
Continued from First PaNge.
slbly come to any other conclusion buW
that their master hand of a master grab
all drew it for his personal agrandi e
meWt to be consul ated in the con
structon of that state system of raidl
roads. Some people may find saving
gre In the M section, which pr
vklod for the punishment, a misdemea
nor, if any of the condustorn, switch
men etc., were found intoxicated while
t duty. The bill was even railroaded
through, paiel ngthe House Dec 29th,
1854, the Senate Jan. 5th. 1866. ap-
proved Jan. th. 18.
This Supreme Court held that al-
though "te leading and primary use
and purpose to which the fund was ap-
pl l was the construction of this
state system of railroads and the build-
ing of that canal, but all these uses
were intended to be subject to the w-
or reserved to the general assembly in
the 2th section of the act, to grant al-
terate sections of the swamp and over-
lowed lands for six miles on each
side to such rai roads as to be thereafter
chartered as they might dnm proper."
You se the holders of these bonds
issued on account of that state system
of railroads held that the granting of
land to other railroad lessened their
ecurety. The court decided that they
took these bonds with the notice that
thee alternate sections could be grant.
ed to other railroods. The Internal
Improvement Fund Trustees contend-
ed that, even granting that the Legs.-
lature had the right to grant the odd
aumbeed sections to railroads outside
of the State System, that the said roads
had to be constructed in accordance
with te provisions of the Act of Jan.,
Oth.I, The court held that the
Legisture had a right to grant chart-
er tojilroads using different special.
gcreOa than that provided in that act
The tdeidedM tht although the St.
John way Comp y had not com.-
pleted its road within the time i limits
of Its charter, et. when the road had
b.e" omplete., "The .rant became
absolu u e ompany. This means
tat t company n d no deed from
the Iptemnal Im ovenent Trustees.
that t land became the property of
the company by operation of the law.
In this ease the court said:
"In the case of Gonsales vs Sulli-
van, this court used this language:
The court here simply says that the
legislature had the right to designate
some objects of Improvements to be
constructed first, an to postpone oth-
ers. While this may be true of this
legislature, it is also true of a subse-
quent legislature that its powers were
mot limited by the first, unless the act
of the first was of such a character as
called into operation a constitutional
S Imitation and something more than a
simple antecedent exercise of legisla-
two power stood in the way of the ex-
ercise of the subsequent one. The In.
ternal Improvement act is not organic
law and the power of one legislature is
so greater than the other one Where
the power of the subsequent one is
mmited, it results from the fact that
the aet of the first is of such character
that the organic law renders it invoid.
able, through constltutior.al limitations
esverlag the subject"
The court held: "No more efficient
mode of reclaiming them (these lands)
should hape been devised than that of
utrcting lines of railroad and canals
The obJect of all this littigation was
to protect. the bondholders of the state
system. Th legislature could not Im.
That contract. It Is plainly held
hat the legislature had the right todls-
oees of the lands subJoct to that main
trust, and that the building of railroads
was a suitable purpose on which these
lands could be usad.
As to the legal title to the Ever.-
'lades being In the United States prior
the iouance of the deed, on page 610
of the Minutes of the Trustees. Vol. 3,
may be found the following: "It has
been held by the Supreme Court of the
United States that the grrant of swamp
tlads was in present, that no trust
atta dto the lands, and that title to

iea derived from the state is not at-
ftedby the manner in which the
sgatthas performed her obligations as
tha drainage and reclamation of
them Mills Vompany vs. Railroad
y 107 United States, 56
vs. Roseberry, 121 (united
IJ i 16 of the act of January 6,
Sauthorised the trustees to "make
arrangements for the drainage of
the wmp or ,overfowed lands as In
their judgment may be most advan-
Dem to the Internal Improvement
r aMnd, tha settlement and cultiva-
tion of the land, prm-emptions not ex.
feeding one section being allowed."




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imeld rioms~

SfeeIt Is ther

b teme state. i Mrs. 0arH Hallada ried
of railroads and to batuld that24 at dwsuseof i nOf9 m! =
a 410 1LMe J un 002th, in tb e'
Astt o be claim ianSection 4 of J.t hemdW4e
ionsof the trustees of October oM unty _Ohio. In. M
8, 1AM, that the Everglades tract was e-a resident of Tallahainse.F ,
not subect to disposalby the saet of M aged from that city in hept
the lgisture, became the patent was am M re to Helena.
not- liMud to thea lands until April rl Mr.' Br ndydge unit
2, 1908, the Supreme Court of the wistth eresbyteirlanchur& owdU
United tats declared that the lands a eoiMstentchristian life. Two se-s
t were granted in present H. K. aWd Charles Brundydge. A, d
* I mention these facts for the sole daulto Mrs. H. P. IAe, srviv
Spurpoe that the people ma be inform her. T e have the sympathy ol
" ed. I am a candidate for Governor of friends In their bereavement.
the State of Florida. On the basis of The fameral service wasconductedl a
the reasons given in the resolutions the home by Rev. Wm. Denham. In
made by the Trustees in 1904, a candi. torment at Helena cemetery.
date for Governor pledged himself to "Blessed are the dead which die in
save to the people 8,000,000 acres and the Lord," Rev. 14:18.-Telfair, Ga.,
S400 000 of money, the money result- Enterprise.
ng from the sale of thee lands. Last s hd n o -
week I showed where the U. S. Court Bad sick headaches, biclousnees or eon
SJudgeLockepresding,in '96 or '97 stilption are quickly rolled by DeWltt's
similarcase was decided in favor of Li Early isers.Smal
the contention of the railroads. Judge pill, safe ill- rompt pleas.
Swayne has recently decided one of t ant in action. eod by All Drunitha.
cases of the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad Co against the Trustees. If
the appellate courts sustain him, there mEconomys ence I
will not be left land sufficient to make .. t
a map, and there will be left no money. It you intend to do enc-
This matter is now before the U. S. ing, it will pay you to see
Court. If it is not settled before I am me before purchasing.
elected Governor, I will of course obey I am General Agent for
the orders of the court. If the lands the sale of the Economy
are decided to belong to the people, Fence, and know it to be
they will be held from them. If the the very
decision is in tavor of the railroads,
they will go on the tax books as their B EST and
property as soonas possible. mB M -
Very trul
Sliad fTler Mast 0..,
Blid Tiger Mast Go. Can be built forlees than
, following is the new law relating to ents a Rod.less t
the sale of intoxicating liquors in dry 15 cents a Rod.
counties, which was introduced by Mr. 1l,2|l6... r ^
Faulkner of raylor county: WY llliam Roberts,
Section 1. Whosoever in any county
or precinct wherein the sale of intoxi- SALES AGENT.
eating liquor is unlawful, or in any pre- 40-t Centreville. - Florida.
cinct wherein there is no licensed sa. -.
leon for the sale of such liquor, shall
be found In any public place in a state C I* f i
of intoxication or boisterous or in any J II* D oe Ire rre lp,
way under the influence of intoxicat-
ing liquor, so that he does not behave
In a natural manner, shall be taken in WHEEL WHRIGTai dBLACKSMITH.
charge.by any officer having the au- -__
thor-ty to make arrests and detained in da
custody until sober, and shall then be General Repair Shop.
taken before the county judge, or the reSkhoeng -by an ex
nearest justice of the piece, in order ore Shoeing by an ex-
that he may be required to disclose pert who has had years
from whom he purchased such intoxi- of experience.
coating liquor.
Section 2. When such *rson in. e
brought before the county ju geor jus- o
tice of the piece the said magistrate portion of the publlc
shall requirehim to testify under oath or'tJcl i publ icl
as to where, when and from whom he patrona.e Is solicited
purchased such intoxicating liquor, and and satisfactlOn guarans
Upon his refusal to testify at all, or up- teed.
on his testifying in such a manner an -
to lead the court to believe that his
testimony is evasive or faln.e, the mag- I U Uj fl 'lr I
istrate, after warning, without effect, JI K r I IHORTONI
shall adjudge him to be in contempt of
court by imprisonment in the county
aill not exceeding twenty days, or by 104 MASONIC BUILDING.
fine not exceeding fifty dollars (MO), or
by both such fine and imprisonment. a.* M *._
Section .1. If upon the examination I inlU f Irlum bn gn
mentioned in section 2 the person ^'
brought before the magistrate shall
disclose the name of the person from Sheet-m etal W OrK
whom he purchased such intoxicating
liquors, and the place and date of pur-
chase, and testify in such a manner as
to lead the magistrate to believe that All work in the line of
the testimony is probably true, the Gutteri S ut
magistrate shall then and there reduce, Roongngpo-
or cause to be reduced, the said testi- ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
momy in writing and have said person
aign it, andver fy it by affidavit taken solicited, and especial care
and certified by the said niagistrate. "k .
If such person shall refuse to ig8 and taken to please my pat-
swear to the said testimony when re- .
duced to writing, the said magistrate rons. .
shall attach his certificate under his of-
fAclal seal that the said testimony was h | I. I--.
taken before him under oath on the rP mwna a .i
date thereof. w eUg,,mH u V us ]
Section 4 If the said testimony re- -
duced to writing shall show that any
person has illegally sold intoxicating Su_ -
Iiquors in th county the magistrate a O J
shall issue his warrant for the arrest "-
of such para a n charge of selling S tL .... .
intoxical Iquor where the same is -9 L'jMM&C n
prohibited wbyW, or of selling intoxi. v-W-
eating liquor without a Uomons. am the No appetite, lees e. srsngth. srve
case may be, to be brought before bin me. headache, esmlpa on. bad sal
for proceedings as in othr cases. If pnrl desblty, nour rians. and catanh
the examination aforesaid be taken be- the stomah a all ads to l soa
fore a juste of the piece ad the sale I relieve Sen. 'This mew dis e
appears to have been made outside his r.pr ,lst at ural U1 f diS,
Justice district, his warrant shall n as they sit a healthy em ,
nevertheless run throughout the coun. oiembene ith d Ies.ll elw- ele
eti .. a person disclotncn le iK, mfyO .
name of the vondar shau be IBadi m a --':P fa--" s Nmd'-
before the magistrate to testify at yhe u..e sma teg S ., S
preliminar- hea i t the -yar- the mucou. m rme s l she seemah.
rested, and i his testimony oes not Mr vu.--
agre in any material with his previous .wst' ih iS

written testimony, h shall be hM ldon --.4 ms we se sM ssm m -M
a chare of peju 9gO
Setion 6 Ay e timony given un- AOA
der this act by any person taken In miuiunVaaap MiB
charge as provided in section 1 shall *'*" "
note used against him on charge of
drunkerness. FOR SALE BT BARDE,-8MITH 00.

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t GoFA to the D Msw th
PAW f bke In U town.

We Are Now Open

Go to the Drugj tma on the
other side of Monroe St.

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
i 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.

R. W. Cobb, Drui Co.


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

1 Public Benefactor.
What the Thomasvllle &hlropodlst
Is able to corrects
Soft Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perspinrig 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 Thomaville, Ga-Macon Telegraph.
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffice, Macon, Ga.
Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Dress-
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wave a specialty.
A woman finds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking she
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comely without
in head hand. and feet.Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nails is unnessary;
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 @hlropodlst Masseur,

Telephone 882 731 North Madison St. THOMASVILLE, GA.

Old 1Kemper Livery Stables.

Under New Management.

so5 pw GMs of yow Sboe m by bevies
Abeo we have in connection with my shoe buine the I
a Pr First-Clam Workmen do te work.Ye
Vakt o eqJeey Pirst-Class Tailor Repsirs ad Miakesl(11
to At. OlPMamaats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
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Tak!6 bsrs

He b s ep""t
s allsd I l

Mr. aUelr left at ouroethhi
some meilmat tomatoes, which
hem Mhs amde*
attending the mid summer
St"tR. Wiloon's? If not, why
vatles, small price noprofits.
for yourselves, at W. R. Wll
,a. 19
Walter L. Taylor modeus a ples-
istit aga Monday.
tbo threefuUl-page advertisements
pa today, and ou will m
iterm t you ina&Uour adver-
youneed to cover a house, barn or
Sit will you to confer with the
i Whie laware w Company.
j JA. Edwards, who has been
ting her mother Mrs. J. W. Wide-
returned to her home in
e elgreet you with fourteen neatly
-s t "and newly pages this week.
N e lvery In of it.
S luy your outfit at W. R. Wilson's,
wi the money saved on the mid-
Sgilumer prices, take a trip to the
ee an glad to learn of the improve-
Smet of Mrs. A. B. Blaekburn's little
-, who has been ill with fever sever-
Swees past.
Ms. W. 0. Ames returned home last
marday from Baltimore, much im-
proved in health.
K Min Mry% Manning, of Manninfgton,
asbeee n vtintg Judge and, Mrs. T. M.
Shackleford, but is now the guest of
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Wideman.
Mr. Robt. Shackleford who is enjoy-
Inb the pleasures of country life this
summer came in town last Monday, ac-
_opaamed by his friend Mr. Andrew
Manning, to attend Miss Wideman's
birth-day party which was given in the
evening of that day.
Gov. Broward and several of his
cabinet have gone to Lake Butler to
attend a celebration of the "glorious
The lorious fourth of July was
ouly and very appropriately cele-
Cbratedin this city yesterday, and the
Tree Democrat will give its readers an
account of it next week. Coming on us
at the close np of forns as it did,
crowded it over with much other inter-
esting and amusing matter. However,
we give you a good big full paper
-White Springs Herald, June 28th,
Miss Josephine Broward, daughter of
Gov. N. B. Broward, was a charming
visitor here Sunday. She was accom-
lanied by Miss Ethel E. Sadler, a pret-
ty young lady of Lake City. They were
|ts of Mrs. Skipworth, at the
Mr. Edward Gray was among our
vey pleasant visitors Monday morning,
and after advancing some months on
his subscription to the newspaper he
likes better than them all, he said crop
of all kinds in his neighborhood had
come out lots since the rains, and that
corn and potatoes, etc., now give
promise of better yield, and another
year his two boys may plant some
Jud e R. Don McLeod is among
his Taslahassee friends today.
Mr. and Mrs Cay McCall are at the
Continental at Atlantic Beach, where
Mrs. McCall is one of the most admired
of the younger married women, receiv-
ing pretty social attentions from both
the younger and the older sets. --Times-
Union, July lat.
Mrs. J. J. Logan is at the Continen.
ta, having gone down for a visit. Her
brother, Mr. Lindsay Papy, of Talla-
hassee, has joined her there for a brief
visit, greatly to her pleasure.-Times-
Union, July 1st.
r Cards of invitation to a awon party
this evening have been sent out by
Miss Ada Moore. This delightful event
will be given as the lovely suburban
residence of Hon. W. V. Knott.
The Lake City Index says: "Over
65,000,000 was the amount the Pennsyl-
ana people were robbed out of in
their new capitol building."
Quarterly Conference will be held in
Sthe Methodit church on Wednesday
anlgh July 10th. Preaching by the
fielder, Rev. J. Edgar Wiloen,
at 8:15 o'clock. Everybody
The Leon County Board of County
^B shinmers were in seslIon again
*k tesay with a fu membership in at-
edanee. The full proneedings will
SMr. Frank Winthrop has returned
a visit to Jacksonville.
mi ayr trends of Miss Anna
Etbe muheb-loved bead of the
Ma Department of the Floe-
l Cotege, wi be pleased to
mter a lovey voyage from
eim hasarri v afelyn
i where sbe will spend the

of 's e as

skill have wontefr him nv ii o-
sltmon inseeoal md i:lneNs a i
othe The adter ri ber -Suon-
charm of manner aad great meclil
eitCon in otial d sedin a few dys in

the city roneng old -equadntsnes.-
Tampa News, Ith.
State Comptroller Alonso C. Croom,
spent Tueeday and Wedneday in Braid-
entown coming over from Dunedin
where he is recuperating from a seri-
ous ease of lines-...... Bob Stuart is
in Tallahassee taking a special course
of study under the tutilal of Prof. L.
W. Bueihho.- Manatee Journal.
"A wise man is onewho stands ready
to admit that pelrhap the other fellow
does not know something."
An unexpected marriage occurred at
the Methodist Parsonage last Sunday
afternoon. A carriage brought Mr.
Marvin J. Epply and Miss Jessie J.
Ferrell who requested the Pastor, Rev.
Jno. S. Patterson to pronounce the
words that would make them man and
wife together. After securing witness-
es this was done. Mr. Epply is from
Indiana and Misu Ferrell from Midway,
The True Democrat now visits Mrs.
S. B. Lamar at Hendersonville, N. C.
where she will spend the balance of the
For constipation there is nothing quite
so nice as Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They always produce a
pleasant movement of the bowels with-
out any disagreeable effect. Price, 25
cents. Samples free, at the Tallahas-
see Drug Company.
Go to Collins for your job printing.

1 I
SBallard Sinow L
ewm NerM si~i B tleet.

home from a Ae
oM Stuartw-R. 1 -Times
UMion, Ju" _&
Print with yew M always.
A funny *eWkI 4mrowd Of

aMSul maM. insoot is
baseball team breakfast
of milk from al bottle.
He is varyk and
white ani- tat -b nothing
about him to l at wh e should
have cost hia seat Owar the sum of
20. Ask the by why.
The Steam Lauadry found it nec-
Mas to install a sety-nfive-inch
mang't. All flat wrek an De done in
one-ffth of the time. 18
The regular mquart "itin of
Lamar Camp, C =f1W Veterans,
took place asuaual In te r1k' all.,
on Monroe street, WeN ornin.
The Veterans are m*iM r ath-
ings events of a ocil na-
ture, and the atfabaie from the
surrounding country preaints is al-
ways large.
If the young mn will give their
names and send all there laundry work,
including all nderwear, the Steam
Laundry will ive o per cant off of
each bill. Th inela only those who
sign the list that will be sent around.
Messrs. Walker & Black have taken
possession of their new place of busi-
ness on the corner of MferOe and Lib-
erty streets. They will sell out their
present stock of general merchandise
in order to make r fa large line
of dry goods a.hoea i emts' furnish-
ing goods. These gteemen are well
known among our buyng public, and
will doubtless be very successful in
their new venture
Are TYo Saeta to 3*0U4
If so come and see our stock of kiln
dried lumber before purchasing your
supplies. We can save you money.
Child Bros. ltf
If you think of buy afan automobile
get a demonstration of the Little Reo
ee Chas.J. Diehl. 15-tf

Ientmnt C6;



SmAers ,


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

MA wfts


for all
Harvesting Machinery and

The Well Known San Louis Plantation
and Vineyard.
Three hundred and sixty-two (362) acres, more or
less, two (2) miles West of the Cit of Tallahassee, Fla.
on the Quincy Road. Large dwel ing house surrounded
by beautiful shrubery and a park-like grove of huge Live
Oak and Hickories. Dry cellar under entire house. Barn,
iron building (fire-proof) used for the storage of wine,
and other out-buildings for other purposes, including a
shed used as a Distillery, and apparatus used for the dis-
tilling of fruit brandies.
About fifty (50) acres woodland, balance cleared.
About 1200 Pear trees from which 525 barrels of Pears
were shipped to New York last year, netting over $1,500;
and 200 barrel made into Cider to be distilled and make
Pear Brandy; 450 Pecan trees, -over half of which have
commenced to bear; about 2000 grape vines, several scop-
perong arbors, and all sorts of other fruits.
All d actions given for the making of the different
wines WA have been shipped from the place and made
the name of San Luis Vineyard famous all over the
SThis place is only offered for sale for a limited time.
Price may be had upon application.
Real Estate Dealers.

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For Information and sample see

Tallahassee Hardware Company.

An ounce of Pre-
vention is worlh a
pound of Cure.

is worth more to ones health than any other medi ine no cwn.
Do not fill your stomahob with arenio, calomel, quiunine and
debilitate the system, leaving symptoms that it tal;.4 yeart to
obliterate. Hertae is pureTy vegetable contaning nothing
lAjurlouans, and is a gentle harmlea purgative.

Does More Than We Claim.
Don C. Morrison, Klasaminee, Fla. write: "I hv
aad several bottles of Nerblaie myself and lhavo adv eS
weral of my friends to se same. I have found It to b *
Wha beAt medicine for the Uver I ever used. It acts genk.
V at the same time thoroughly.!'

AL *. <

S AND BY MMW~D my ARO.mIahcoMmp(m


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Mik M' M'. F

it f Ma



. CoWer's, we take the

I -~ MODS j M an exp ert In In -
tlow1, sdbioro In the
*pl that Webster and Cal-
lMeno'nte was too old to attune
fto the newer Mies. Of Hoar '
t,, no one from the North remains
teSeInst. and the agd Pttu ts
oly survivor of the early Southern
dMhol. Little as they eouldhave help-
it l piloting scrom the uncharted
ae of our nwer problem, who
M not have kept them for their
~onwe~oo Influence on younger
totn, and what Senator would not
ev been a little more the idealist for
Their presence?
b" the baby Is tethn g t is cross
sd restless; It becomes feverish and
Smany aMes vomits a great deal and
titles cannot even keep cool water
eAll the deicat. Cit-t
sr b e andlchildren makes
Sand tal sla sInflamma.
Seats Irritation. Caseas-
happy and well.

W.J~ tt arybe 0 stock of floor-
Hsnov y iding and wide
Select what you
l IlBree. Itf

inrm.4P15 or W" N aiA

The m tM eerte oo sm hallbe "Amot.-
ahow otwtof d U ow"ow aindsthel
F 6Ieonds, pricalof.

The general nature of theM bualsme to be trami.
acted, #a be to gr. w, fefarment, pak b
seo amf id all :toetot
M tto r 0, m tak, edmhM s /
fads**baad per.-t.s re
hes amnd ome sdtok n beome ud-ge
to betrrow money ai", te bow ad r
idenee..a ad t s.w may ut sew Fiert-
SON"a or dwA 1011001ja I lif Its to
elove paymint fu r 4ts lock -Ml for
in money or pu w at *jut vnUain letobe
fixed by the biad a -dwto; and to deo every-
thing nece ary to ceedwt the abov mntloned
The amount of eaptl stck shall b1One Hun-
dred Thousand Dollars to be divided into two
hundred shares of fave undd dollars eaeh ton
eentof which sha n be so""Ea a p for
hMa Ut company shall I a busimneam;
any of Maid pial tocek i -m Wud fr thepur
chase of propty at a Just valuation to be fixed
by the oard of Directors at a mdtingr tobe
called for aid purpoMe,

The term for which said corporation shall e-
i lt hall be ninety nine years.
The emcers of amid company to transact iid
Sbusines shall be the President, Vlet-Pesdment,
Qon NManaser., Seeretary and Tresearer ud a
Board of t. to b md of not les than
three and not more then thirtemn The fflle of
Vie&.President and OeneTal Maager mvay be held
by the mime peron; and likewise that of fow.
tary and Treasurer. The Board of Directors may
be changed at any time by B-Law. The Dire-
ton shall he elected by stoekholde at each meet*
Ing. All other officers hhll be etetod annual by
Directors, Annual meatinanof the Direetors and
stock-holders shall be held on the test Monday of
July In each yar; but mid dat may be ehanefd
by y-Laws. The Inewporatirs Wbalmoot on the
last Monday of July. A. D. I lat the offeo of aid
company at oleve o'clock A. .. for the wpaae
of adopU y-l A w. holding hroS annual
meting for othe ltkm o owan.id .m-
t annual meW a be qu d th bus.-
me ean W be 0 1 dbr 00 f,,wla pwmmx:
I.. Y t: Ow e T. Maknem,
Vt Py t; and eneMralu Manaer Oeare, B.
Pwekino.. v@tary and Treasumr; and a Board of
Diretors mmpoaed of L. C. Yafrer. Georfe T.
Mashnse, weor Perkins. N. Bwtins
and J. J. WhisplL
The highest amount of andabitednMes or lilbilty
t any time shall be Two Hundrel Thousand
The name and residences of nubscribinp Incor.
pteons together with capital .tock subseribed
by meh,. hall beo a follow.:


, diSlel md thfe lUth d, ei J18At.
lesleto A

Ao Horse and 5 good milk ows.
SJoHN F. SnM.u.

els a PaaIhmdl.
I heard more about a ouetan tourist
who went back home and slandered
this state m his local er. Amone
other gshe said "t t he hote
were rand sloppy and changed ex.
to. m that this man and .. e and
chid lved in one room, eatbik their
breakfasts and suppers there. For
breakfst the three ate orang that
were discarded at the pcki hou a
little breakfast food, and a pint of
milk. They took their dinners at a
restaurant, at 21 cents a meal, and the
child was held on the mother's lap so
that they only paid for two meals.
Their suppers consisted mainly of can.
ned beani. Then the man goes home
and poses n his local paper as a "tou.
rist" and kicks about bilf priced ho-
tels to create effect. If wasn't for
his wife I would distribute circulars in
his home town to take the wind out of
his egotism. That man isn't a tourist
-heis a panhandler-and only escaped
our vagrancy laws because his ewg4
wero a visible means of support.--.t.
Petersburg Independent.
There is no ease of indigestion, no mat.
ter how irritable or how obstinate that
will not be speedily relieved by the use
of Kodol. The main factor in curing
the stomach of any disorer is rest, and
the only way to get ret ia to actually
digest the fod for the stomach itself.
KodowtfldoIt. It tos a seentfle pre-
paration of vegetable acids containing
the very sa.meJuess found In a healthy
stoma It enforms to the Pure
Food and Drugs Law. Sold by All
Druggists. *

I t al eII Jw Arth .i-dl Otes

Is 14th da0 d aJu D .
Executor ot lee d T Yt a
"-btm I M L Myers.

mo n ths afta drewadthe 0" t jml..
ctl I ww= 1cmy Goa ist sadto the
py fw my discharge as Adiistter C
eou ofr. W. CMyHlM,. ,,'9
Tallahassee. ia., M .Feb IM.2da taKr am
rs24cue's Meoce.
Iterslegates da l fand Mall Pess

to the undrsignsd within two years from this
date. otherwise mine w be forever debarred.
This sixteenth (l6th) of May.1907.
Executor Estate of Council A. Bryan, Sr.,
deceased, 12-t

Sdays after date I will make application be
fore the count judge of Leon county, Florkl,
for pemission to sell. at private sale, the Inteest
of Wilson F. Caraway, minor. in and tothe follow.
I described lands: Lots in Saxon's addition to
lTWahasse*. ANNIE E. BETHEL.
Guardian of the Estate of Wilson F. Caraway.
June 7, a107. 164t
uaMc plan's Notice.
& y afterdaI wl makeapplicationtbe-
fore doountJudge CofIdokniounty, lorida
for nmhslon to mell, at private sale, the intemst
of Wi Robertson, Mary Ro rtsaon and C.
Arehi Roberton, minors, in and to the fol.
lowingl ried real estate, v: The asit half oa
lot number two hundred ead ninety ([I In the
orgibalu pilp of the eity of Tallahassee, in said
on ON county state.

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ont Have Your
C Work BOTCHED ,`.

At the Mill.

I build them under a
Guarantee, havebult
hundreds and build
more every day.
For prices write
W sH.e Adkin
T. H. RANDO. Box 4,LPH

Choice Freshhreead .
and Roll every day
for sale by the lead-



For Sal .

.Two beautiful lots at Panacea
MaNry at d Cu Aiidbad Re)wn "one adjoining. .Mr. Hall's home.
minors. 4, drese Mr. Berond, 179 High 8
99 feor f ea, Orange, N. J.
The Constantine Hotel, apply to A full line of Men's Furnishings mn
CONITANTIND ALoARO. 11-tf tried by Burns and Co. 1-















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