The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
July 12, 1907
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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

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The action of diged-
tion is controlled by
nerves leading to the
stomach. When they are
weak, the stomach is de-
paved of its energy. It
has no power to do its
work. If you want per-
manent relef, you must
restore this energy. Dr.
Miles' Nervine restores
nervous energy, and gives
the organs power to per-
form heir functions.

Dor MNM* NtviMn is MlId by yow
g~j!i!. wh l VAN guarantee that te
mean M will benflt. If It fall$o. I
M ei Aimiyou Cmoney.
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of I 110 Acres ust beyond the
Eastern m Lils of M)ticllo
wih has heb pronounced by
6)mr mant Experts to0b e

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SPr rove (which in good season
is vt y pilOfle,) quantities of im-
pl, vd poeue trees and several ten.
_asy akboeass. The .location is such
4 a tlIt the two depot are within con-
* -Ven--t esee and the city's tele
of a 'p-e serye can be had The
I puro iswel-fenced and is un-
s' -~4 dedI"ble for the culture of
^ lPIbP"o, Log-cotton and other
bi1t t'pA ; farts products. I will
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a V i4 to laumth tb fullest par-
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ANS, Agent.






Miss Adele Geratd,

149 N. Munroe St.



Fancy Work Material a Specialty

Heavy ad P1arUcr UIhm-a

State AgMt for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Sermpea, AUTO Rollers,
stfu aIPkim sd aGr de, am
built b q>fa b.lw .e.
ats fw., sI a for. further psrtiu-
las or address P. O. Box 285 Tallahas-
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Buggies from Seven Factories.
Elastk Sprin for the Pleasure of the
Strong, and Enjoyed by the Week.
Pres to fit the buyer.
Terms to suit the Party that wants to
Cleaned out our old stock to a finish,
But not "Oone out of Busines."
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Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
11 information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksooville, Florida.



Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00



If you beAme totally disabled
the Company pays your premium
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but let us prove it to you.



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Carrabelle, Fla.

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Proficiency is asked for and heads the
list. For particulars call on or addr 6r
Tallahasse, Fla.


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Tallahassee, Fla.

Phone No. 44

reclesmre Sale. R G FERRELL ,
U oand by virtue of a d .oree of lwo ,,,, (Successor to A. T. Rollins)
4011SEA@s"b" thh Circuit OwlS of Isoo,
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ei-m ssof A erie.tng ran DB1R AII Kinds of Fresh Meats.
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of A. W/. WI &betwmin the himseolf.1nm, FIRST CLASS MEATS.
___ our Ring up Phone No. 283.
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t-. mU e BwaAt a hb isthe.r w ere a1, Meata from my Stall.
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There os me of the member of the
Pro" 1t St0te t iMBon. B. .M.
Lim-who will be a ciddate to succeed
himself i the primary est year that
pte .Cm mmels)a wIl take pleasure in
s'apprthg. Mr. MeLin is a careful,
Semsleaous sand pan-taking official,
w jtirig is his de and we commend
to thi voters of this State and our
I* biesen of the press who have not had
te pleasure of the intimate acquaint-
amee with him that we have had for the
past 16 years. The man that tackles
B. E. MeUn in the primary will wish
S he had not long before that interesting
event is over, for we predict that he is
going to succeed himself bya large ma-
jorlty.-Leeburg Commercial.
Tallahassea *ad Leen Cmatys
The Capital of the State like Rome
oe (ld is situated on seven hills. Ele-
vation 800 feet above the sea level.
Is the business metropolis of middle
S Florida, has the finest agricultural land
n' athe State.
Has the finest tobacco lands outside
of Cuba. Superior Sumatra and Cuba
wraer leaf is grown extensively in
S thisounty.
Has the finest grazing lands In the
;*' State.
Has the finest dairies and isthe great-
est milk and butter producing County
In the State.
Is the railroad center of Middle Flor-
Has waterworks, gas, electric lights,
fire department and police system lo-
eal and lon distance telephone, ail of
the most efclent character.
Has good natural hard clay roads.
Is the educational center of the
Churches of all denominations are
C surrounded by fine lakes which
abound with all kinds of fish.
Is the "Runter's Paradise;" quail
and wild turkey in abundance.
Has a public library, two newspaper
plants, three baks, three hotels, one
sotte oil mill of large capacity three
gar factories, three raioa, one
foundry, three machine hope,
aw and planing mills, one be
factory, one cotton compress.
The Faren Wales.
This organization, known as the
Pannmms' Eduestional and Co-operative
Union of America, will meet in eonven.-
Stioain this eity next Monday for the o
wpoee of organizing a State Union. t
Tedele~ate will meet in the opera t
S house a remain in session two days.
S The organization numbers over .00
membersn this State; more than
15.000 n the South and West and is
a with the American Federation of
Being a secret organisation, none but
Its members are admitted to Its delib
F> Mr. and Mrs. Damon Amondson are
visltlnr Mr. Damon's many relatives
In Tallahassee.
Stylish Millinery at half price, at
Eden'a. 20
Miss Minerva Alford has accompan-
led her friend, Miss Ruth Tanner, to
Atlanta, Ga.
Min Mamie Andrews is now assisting
Mr. Paul T. Nicholson In his attractive
jewelry store on east Monroe street.
Miss Myrtle Wilson of Faceville Ga.
I the guet of Mrs Ipsie Duval on f
north Duval street.
Everything at half price. FAelen's f
SMillinery Store. 20
Miss Daisy Spears has had a delight-
ful visit to Monticello in the hospitable
home of Hon. T. L. Clark .
Mrs. T. E. Perkins and little Fred-
rik are Eeets of Mrs George A De-
Cottes at Pablo Beach.
J. E. Thorus wishes to remind his
many frindo ndmd patron that he still
',i'' -- am up-to-date line in house fur-

It is always pleasant to have one's
beat e* appreciated, ad The True
Dmeoat o axexeept to the rule.
aComsetuemt the many compllmestary
remar~ks that have reached uas in rard
S to last week's loau are very su
r nSdles' and Childrean' Hats all go at
half price. Edele'a Mlbinery Store.
P Before inveatin n l a new sewin
machine for yoqw aummer swinf, eaD
mad pceh te New Home and Whito
ameh at J. The' Purmniture
Store, on corner of Adams and Clinton
streets. 0

reW Sale.
One Mathuashk piano and
furniture. Apply to Mrs. A.
gharan, In Quaill Cottage. ,


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Child Brothers arecting a new
omta* at the northern end of Monroe
Miss Uiaas Collins is o apding the
wek at the pleaant country home of
Mr. T. P. 8rlek d, In the Lake Ia.
monia etm.
Mr. Leoa Genovar, who has made his
ome durec the past two years with
Uis broth w law sad aistr. Mr. and
ra. a A. Cay, will lev this
rak ft A e Aft ta
hr he Will JOIN
father in F0iL il m that he
.ill not trs to Tal bhaiee, var e
umad all his fr s a q T
heir delghtel *

If you need to eeo boe, beai
sha it will y go with tr
Tallahas m I a I opay.
Mr. J, W. Cobett ito yeterdae fo
New York, where he goa to elect hi
fall stock df frmrture,
Hon. sad Mrs. A. C. room have*re
turned from a visit to Dalldin, when
they have bee for the benefit of Mf
Croom's health.
Those luxuriant weeds still adorn tl
sidewalks, ditches, vacant lots a&
some street of Tallahat~ e.
Figured Lawns and India Cloths a
reduced prices at VanBrunt & Do
mn ly's. 191
Weeds everywhere, and but few aW
being harvested. Orders have gone out
however, and something may be dom
in the weed-cutting line pretty soon.
Mr. C. 0. Andrews. one of the prow
prietors of the New Steam Laundq,
has returned from a brief visit to .J
old home in Marianna.
Madam Humor 'Is whispering behind
her fan of several mid-summer mar'
riages to take place among Tallahase*e
eligibles Make your anouncemments
young people, we are getting to feel
the need of some mild excitement.
Just received a choice line of
Bleached Domestics and White Cam.
brics at popular prices. VanBrunt &
Demilly. '19
Miss Christine Wideman will be the
guest of Mrs Eufene Casler, during the
next month, at St. Teresa.
Mrs. Clifford Foster, Mrs. Chapin
and Mrs. Casler entertained a few
friends at cards on Thursday morning.
Miss Myrtle Wilmon, of Faceville, Ga.
spent a few days In Sopchoppy this
week, returning here for another short
stay, after which she will return home
accompanied by Miss Annie Duval.
Experienced laundry finisher arrived
this week. Twenty-five have already
Joined the speelal rate to young men,
which is 20 per cent. off regular price;
where all underwear is sent. 20
Miss Susie Lou Ellis, who is taking a
course in kindergarten teaching at the
normal department of the Woman's
College. spent a pleasant week-end
with Miss Christine Wideman.
The Steam Laundry has found it nee-
esmar to install a seventy-five-inch
mangle. All flat work can be done in
one-fifth of the time. 18
Mr. L. M. Lively and little ones left
yesterday for a two week's visit to
Change of copy for the D. R. Cox
Furniture Company's advertisement
came in after we had gone to proe
with pages that contained same. The
great trunk ad. offer will now come
out, so go Immediately aad get you a
trunk. A nice Une to select from, at
the closest prices.
Mr. Ernest McLin visited his parents
and Tallahassee friends again this week.
If theyoung men will give their
names and send all their laundry work,
Including all underwear, the Steam
Laundry will give 20 per cent off of
each bill. This includes only those who
sign the list that will be sent around.
Have you tried the steam cleaner at
the steam Laundry? Suits cleaued and
pressed, $1.00; sponged and pressed,
cents. Panamaa cleaned and blocked,
50 cents; straw, 50 cents. 20
Mrs. P. W. Wilson left on Wednes-
day for Fernandina, where she goes to
visit friends.
Miss Chappell left yesterday, after a
pleasant visit to Rev. and Mrs. Edgar
E. Wilson.
Mrs. Fred. T. Myers and Master
Blount Myers will leave next Monday
for Pablo Beach.
Mrs. Keineth Hunt has returned home
from a visit in the North.
The friends of Miss Mary Lee Scott
ill be pleased to learn of her steady
improvement in health, and that they
wil have her among them again ihsa
few days.
The Bloxham Rifles turn out twice a
wek for target practice, and the fire
briade every Friday afternoon for a
drill. The boys are all deeply interested
In their organIzations and deserve the
e*ncouragement of our eitisms.
Editor John CaMwell, of tha Jasper

_eIn v ga.tig Committee, sand Met
wek he w attend the Farmer' Corn-
vestio meeting here.
Miss Jessle Blake is the victim of a
specie lmof rheumatic out in' her right
artm and wheh prevents theus

Mrs. J. P. 8. Houatoun and family,
Meompanled by Mrs. Patrick Houstoun,
have to 8L Teresa for the sum-
Miss Lilian Walker, of Portsmouth.
Va., is in the ciay, a gest of Hon. and
Mrs. H. C rao d

A door bky biM outside a bouse in
Sweden isa M thefamily are not at
home. Tb1p eu1e1is more courteo to
callers thas te Amerca n practice of
allowing t"he itsh to "fnd out by a-
eertalnlng" tbhrigh fUtle bell rtalag
or button paebl but it reuirem a
greater coildese In your fellow man.
inttiflable psebaps to Swede.
Flying kit may bee brought bae* by
pulling n the string, but ly tg wedsa
have no stratus te them.

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P te and ei
I Ceuo.t perfun
Xgg amrt aw what a 4111 be
0 WINed by distilling f io and o,
I a& grove flower of Aame
t aldi not go a m wmibest her
* dint bottle and liked to e1e iber lims
santed. Voltaire pkole of the per
I ftmed bath as the l11xry 1 f 4a1xrlls,
SThe aonny bills of the Var bt mae a
e mlie of w-alth and remain so to this
day, for the sent disttiled from low-
* e has a subtle delicacy whh atill
give It the primacy. The p
Josephine gave another great stimls
to the scent industry. Ube contantly
b held before her mouth dainty lace ber.-
dared lawn p'owket handlerlblefs, on
which she had sprinkled some dellelaus
perfume.- lUnrlon News.
S lleamarek sad the AmabMSeaf.
One duy thl, Austrian ambassador
to the federal diet, Count Rechberg.
received a (diiatcbh lnstructng him to
I vote wjth I'ruMNla for a certain mpor-
I tant meanmre. accompanied with a con.
fdentlal letter directinbf him to Induce
the representatives of the other Ger-
man states to vote against the measure
and thus detvat It. In his baste be
handed the wrong paper to Ilesmarek,
who read and returned it, with the re-
"Thbere must e some mistake here."
Recbberg saw his blander and grew
pale and excited. "Don't bedisatrbed,"
said Bismarck. "You did not Intend
to give me this document, and there-
fore you have not given it to me, and
I am wholly Ignorant of Its contests."
In fact, be made no mention of it In'
his oMcial reports and thus won Recb-
ber'sg gratitude, besides having bJm
henceforth "on the hip."
NMifssmis s t'e*.
Minerals in our food form an Impor-
tant Ingredient as regard our nutyl.
tion. They seem to assist the dIsttmR
of our foods and are needed to complete
the omposltlop of many fluids of the
body. Thus the salt In tears le poetic
and proverbial both. and saltiIs aise
necessary for the perfection of the
trte Jukie of the stomach. The ph=-
phate of lime (in which oatmeal, by the
way, Is rich) is needed for building
bones, and there is not a fluid of the
body. from the blood to the sallWa, for
which certain minerals are not nmees-
sary. Too much mineral matter, takes.
for example, to ovethard water, is In-
Jurfous. Therefore all hard water
should be softened before use. Such wa-
ter produces constlpation and dyspepela
and In apt to cause kidney troubles.
ametlo** lVae reFo a m KIephast.
Gabriel oessetti had a penchant for
wild animals. He was with diffleulty
prevented at one time from purchasing
for a very large sum a young elephant.
Browning said to him, "What on earth
will you do with him. Gabriele" and
Rossetti replied: "I mean to teach him
to clean the windows. Then when some
one passes by the house he will see the
elephant cleaning the windows and will
say. Who lies In that house? and peo-
ple will tll him, 'Oh, that's a painter
called Rossetti,' and he will say. 'I
think I sbodd like to buy one of that
man's pictures.' So he will ring to
come in, and I shall sell him a pleture."
1eeseo Uspeamse.
An old coptle fell Ill t old age to-
gether TN. husband died. but the wife
bad more vitality. On the day follow-
ing her husbands' death she was bet-
ter, and the destor was congratulating
himself on the sueesm of hls treat.
meoL But the woman's point of view
was different. he complained bitter-
ly, for. as abe frctbly pointed out. "EBf
me'd lot me aioe gea funeral 'ud a dose4
for us trvo, am' sob what It'll coat ow
berrying two f uas separately"
A PselB-e Waril.e.
While I was witng "OGladys Vane"
I was dolng my f U work for the Leeds
Mbnrury and wag Sot only editing the
paper, but was writing for It an aver-
age of twelv enaNaes a week. "Gladys
Fane" is a alag eory. costalning 100,-
O0( worda. I wrote It during my scanty
leanur, iu exactly alxteen weeks, or at
the rote of 10.00 words a week.-Auto-
bloRrn1,hy of Sir Wemys Reid.


We give below the program srngd our boys that theq know
by the baseball team of Tallahasee for about basebalL
the coming week, and thosuof our eiti- Sunday, the 21st, will
zens who have not yet paS the boys bed. Then, on Monday,
the well-earned compliment of going Wednesday, at it aga,
out to Monroe Street Park to' Ispect tons! In this series
and admire the excellent work that has plays the locals. Then
been done in the preparing of as fine a the Afirtnamed tea .i
"diamond" as is to be found in the. cello on the neutral
State would do well to take in a part. hassee's lamond.
at least, of next week's games. The boys ae very em
On Monday, the 15th, and Tuesday, from all that can b h
the 16th, a swift team from Union "fans" are equally so,
Springs, Ala, is booked for battle, sure that .our boys will
After a day spent in rest, the plhy is the "fans" are not ftr's
again to be taken up. On Thursday, but waved in well-earned
Friday and Saturday (18th, 19th and gratified pride. I ,"V
20th), a team of old-time antagonists Give us a big "Hurrah"'
from Blakely, Ga., will try to convince week's issue, boys

SThe Ancient Art

Of Helping Yourself.

Ever go to a Sunday school picnic when you were a boyt
Course you did.
Remember how all the women folks used to spread the
tablecloths end to end on the grass, then dump em thick ,
with the best eatables you ever ate? My t Fried chicken 'bout 1
every two foot, with roll
jelly cake in between.
WeA, yes!
Recollect how the Su-
rpe intendent would stick
J his handkerchief under his
collar and say cheerfully: .-'
s"Now all help your-..
self I"
Then everybody fell to I
and helped himself. I
you wereatimid boy and
heldeback till all the chick*
en was gobbled up, you re-
gretted it-you regret it
still. You didn't help
ourself, and nobody else

hel member that
when the gang of fPll
from the city happen
along and lit intothe
ways hungry yhelp

ed themCselves, a the
wasn't anything left for
the town boys but the

Life is a picnice. Not a,
Sunday school pienic-no-nt
exactly. Iut it's a picnic dinner all the same. The feast is
spread for you. Everybody help himself now

S The city fellows are helping themselves. They reAoa .M

eof advertising in you local p, dive in ahead of the
from outside, get ba helpyouself to the

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1 Cb.^Uv t i II ^St^rt. b Vwlous Clgwes.
The for tmti, art a other speal fees,
pbhd bel aow oAo a*k be contamed s may 4ritlem of the in stitutions named
In this elNitr. 'The gse have been comp ed fromi the latest catalogues of
these del1ges for' the prpoe of giving information to parents or guardians having
S daughters or wards to educats.
It is estimated that. 800 boys and girls go out of the State every year for higher
education. It is a conservative estimate to place the expenses of these students at
$600 each per annum. While the cast to some 6 less than tie average, to others it
Is much in exess of the amouat named. This means that $180,000 is sent out of
Florida annuallyfod the education of our youth. The State maintains colleges which
offer iuaurpassed advantages in. every desirable branch of learning at from one'
third to one-fourth the east at foreign institutions.
Study the accompanying tablb and send for catalogue of
Tallahassee, Florida.

g4gg *4 ,*apJ l 9i a g *s *** l4 9 94 I alo* toi s w99tIi oli

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* tegtislature has rewntly appropriated $150,000.00 for new buildings.
k *
Tle eIallment last year rea d I, a wholesome increase over the year be
No better climate ca be found in the Soth. The College in located on a high
hill; the soil is of red clay, and the country Is rolling, well wooden and dotted with
beautiful lakes.
The health of Tallahassee is remarkable. It cannot be compared with that of
the lower end of the peninsula, being much cooler and more invigorating. /
As the college Is maintained by the State, all students enjoy the benefit of in-
struction by the best teachers that can be secured.
The expenses are so reasonable as to be within the reach of all, the principal
item being that of board-4100.00 for the session of thirty-four weeks.
f The remarkable health recordP of the student body testifies to the wholesome
food, careful attention, and congenial climate.
Why, therefore, should parents and guardians send their daughters and wards
away from the State when they can obtain the same, if not better, results at a
much less expenditure?
For further information at.d catalogue address the President, Tallahassee, Fla.

- Comparative Costs of Board,'Tuition and Instruction in Various Colleges.


Breiau College.

Belmont College-----.....--
Cox College..- -...
Judson Institute..... ------
Meridian Female Col.



$ 185 0o$
Gainesville, Ga.. -to 215.00 to
Nashville, Tenn. *300 00
Atlanta, Ga. ... *217 00
Marion, Ala. 145 00
Meridian, Miss.. 150 00to

Lucy Cobb Institute..- Athens, Ga. ..
Agnes Scott College. Decatur, Ga... --
Hollins Institute-----......Roanoke, Va --
Vassar College ....---. Poughkeepsie..-
Smith College .... Northampton, -
Shorter College .-. Rome. Ga. ------

*?' Stetson University

DeLand, Fla -

Wesleyan Female Col. Macon, Ga.

Florida Female Col. Tallahassee.Fla.

*360 00
250 00
*825 00
350 00
300 00
150 00
181 50to
150 001

100 00

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100 100 00l
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60 00to 75 00t
41 80 54 451
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90 00
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75 00

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60 00
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75 90
150 00
100 00
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54 451
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25 00

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06 00$ 80 00to
80 00 80 00,
50 0 20 00
50 00
70 00 50 00
50 00
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80 00
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20 00
30 00


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3 00

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4 6 00410 00$ .80 0CoW

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45 00 25 0

10 00
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21 45

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Notice of Intention to Apply for Letters

Notice is given that the unervigned will apply to
'Honorable N. B. Broward. governorr of Florida,.
at Tallahawsee on the 22nd day of July, A. 1). lN1t717
for Letters Patent Inrirporatinr the 'American
ISumatra Tobacco Comnparivy.' under the following
Fr posI l .haU ter, the oriirnal (if which is on ilei
In the -,fie of the' S'rettary )f the State (of
I.. C YVALA.e .
:OB (.K4H,,'-; H. I'KttKIN.i
.I.1i J. W lsNir.i.e,,
ft. N. SwiUL -iN..
FROA)SI.I. ( iiAF 1F.Fn k [*' TH ,'AMI:RI,'AN T ATIRA
S t T *'. The undrr-w .,l hereby a.,',,watp tlhrns,.lvf'i
together for the 4'rire4' of I ,'o.5inlr incor|i latsd
and fornn ni a corporationn matrlei the lawI of the
State of lorid.d wlth ithe followin~ pipuXowdl
The name of the corporation shall be "Amei.t
can Sumatra To,,mc shall be conducted in the iState of fIlorida. the
other state of the United Steate.and all foreign
countries. wherever nieee.sasry. Its prirwripal of.
fce shall be Tanlahasere. Florida.
The Irenrral nature of the hbmineAqs to he Irans.
i acted, ,hall be to grow, cure. ferment, pack. buy
and sell leaf tobacco and all product there-
of; to buy. mortgage and sell lands and personal
e eopety; to raise live stork. conduct a general
S fnif Wand mercantile business; saw and manu-
* rler lumber; to employ laborers and agents;
S M hrrow mome and l sue notes. bonds and other
- A -waw of da and secure the same by mort
' a or otherwise. upon all of It prpty; to
a # Mwa pawnMt for capital stock sbaerbed for
it uw or piu opty at a Just valhatlon to be
MwJ bp the b1avmi of directors; --d to do every-
nhecessear-y to oendet the abee mentinoed
Then f awtat steek aball be One Hun-
i.O* Tfie i tobedMivd nto two
\ ~Whom a "w hundred doalhM eah;: tUe
g t d w d"vb al e Wbe !a Id ad naid for
t "buM lals a

M a so meslhto

41M of gat o s

he 5aun re a
K *Ar''B'irr?"^-*" Iwr7l M I~t~

Directors. Annual meetin r iof the Director and ase Ball Galore*
stock-holl(re shall be held oin the last Monday of The management -f the Locals have
July n each yr; but said date ma be chand The management the Local have
by By-Law. The inconorat.>r.. small mortn the arranged a scheduleu for the coming two
last 4oMnlayof July. AT. I. ,: at th offleaofaaid weeks, which will k lep the fans moving
company at eleven 'clkhw A. M for the purpose lively to take them all in.
oi adopting By-Iaws. h,h..Irig the first annual
meeting for the election cf ,ttirers. andl com. The creditabl.- showingg which the 1,o-
I pletintfittsornraniA.iion. I',li tl'oftcer-at the caim mkde on the 4th is enough to war-
first annual meerinr hall I,' iimlitll., the busi- rant a large crwd *nv time the' pliy.
now "hall be mnu(.t,.eI hy th'. fol.wlning persons: i al o ge ro a tim ply.
L. C. Yaeger. Pr'idei..n: t;-gt T. MaxkntA, On Monday, th. l th, and Tuesday.
Vice-l'reident: and (;,.rnil Mataiter; Geargr B. the 16th, the swtft team fronk Union
Perkinp. Secretary and l'r.0 uin ,r; and a Board o(f Springs. Al:Ilia:>, liay at MoAlre St.
Directors comIlo*dl ,f I Ypn-v,. 1;.orge T. prIn s. a, y One.
Mrki and J. J. Whi pell. fast play, a)ndl ~, <'all expect t butti
royal on tho(.,' 0. On Wednedln 'v.
The hiigh.-t i,,on,,i .,' ,i. ,,. '., ,r liability 17th, the tearii ;ia.:- a rest then on
llat any e ... Thursday, F ri,,v ;aili SaturdayV. It Il.
9lla, th and1 20lth 'ir old time vt,'rat,~
The nai. arid i,.. di..,... --.' lni inc.,r- from' Blakcly ; "butt into -"
poraair,. Itt"r A it lh ,*r. *kci subeimr-d I Now evervy,!y i hiws what a ta n x..'
by) ech.,hali iI.. I U .fo'lo, had last year in ,convincing this hu- .
Name lh..i,, I- Ant. ofsHtock bunch Qfathlvt, that we were ;all. t,'
i.. (. Yager, Tiala F. Ila. 1On .MN;o smear it on then a little bit. W-. ,iri
G(eorroT. Makn..e. "lTi,.... .. I derstand that I h.vY are coming d(luhlll'
(o .rki.hTaleha.P SSl.. s ho breatedL and rin orced this year., S',
71., J ,' ,' ,. *' l'Fla . m(ibrr(er
H. N. wee.t:n., Tallaha .-... I1.. TwoThou%. look out You know what to ex\li,'tt.
and' I. e Ar<,ra. arck lights }unv iover the diamtri Iifr
,.i:,.H'. .P Uss.R these gumes., lr %we can already re,.il.
.i i, wS. r t, in the papersI : "I'akely 0, 'allah;ti- '
II >w~:TrINU. u, 28 innings, iin. called on acco.eit iof
s. .... ,, lnicorppOrstors. dark. Atterin.ain' 000." Now w o uhl
Statyof Florida, that jar you jiit. little should it. ia,-
Before me the h,.rity onlly pen 7 You want to be there arnl se apparedL.C.Yager.(Geor erT M.sWarknetti orre that game atny how, and we are rnot ,o-
LB. rki and H. N. Swoeetliv il me well keown. inr to tell you which it wll be., so it
who Ibeing duly sworn. verlly ':y.- that they wll be best to see them all.
*wow 0th0 fea in Instrument o writntk for w a tehndem a & ,
Ites d thein *es 1 trum tetwr f Saturday, 20th, ended that week. so
In WiIns where I hereunto oist my hand and also ends the games that week, but
nifi ithis l6h dyJaur Ar D. Monday finds another swift team within
SN I'chltr.'tate of kida. lour gates. On M0o y, Tuesday and
M n e -mission mrpir,, F ). i, i01). Wed-tday (22d,*23d saW t ), Boni-
9 0a 1 rhrd. e fay, Fla, plays the Locals here ; then
o f hD uesI suon Thu day, Friday and Saturday
aI Uh undersitrilsd author itypnlr (2yth, th and 279h). li8 lfay plays
J Josneph J. Whis'^1peiI tei m 27th). Bstirfay plays
n 5e. W i.senl) .- W '.", Montieello Stars on Tallahassee
a in Inttriument t wriut for g rounds.
llkMeroe Street Park is the lac
uu111ti 1h dw@ o aUmso A. I They all ove to play thme, a they
Sall know the Talahae fans wiU be
[ah e eT. L. OWn. ther to see them.
I W U Wt10 wishes to k. through
tbese columns, the me ants aad fans
*se edtis" of Tallahassee for their generous asup-
GjOIVMx TRHAT rIX IM r f their loyalty a standing by
of2aSt t? e 6,. Many, many thanks for our
OW ht lo** 0 as suits. We are as proud etf them a a
Qbas b in of Us frt trourwa.l

Ing an [a4

Tigers' Claws Clipped.
The Bainbridge' Search Light of last
week said : ' was ome-thing in in
new line in the city court It wi," the
trial of one John k lrown, a (ire.k
fruit vender, who wa u('cusedoil o(' run-
ning a 'Blind "if'ir' that is ti lsay,
selling liquor with out Iiw and I t-cns,,.
The ca' was tr1.11 ii, liroir a jury of 'in-
tellige.nt arnil tiirI'!ht l,' andi
John lrowni wias iprn guilty without
a tshai(lIw oh d ,o ulAt. .A Hii,.i' larrell Iixrd
hisi sententc ;at 12 rmnt uIis hard labor in
tilhr hli-.ii ,,t n ,Ii .%% ,i ti vi 'gtitng le.
A'in-.roh rirg4.e'l -wtii selling lihquurat
Ir,' n C.; la. 1il Sue.d\ running a lindl
'I Ig r ;e'l' 'tlll tio the charge', and
l;,,f 12 m,,ntils inm the ch'iin gang
sttaigiht, their same as John Brown.
i 1Ilim.1ing these penalties, Judge liar-
it'lI rilade]' it plain that he was down on i
lini l Tigers, sand intended to exteuri-
ni.,t! all whocame befvrehirm. In case's
nilte.d he just clipped their claws mo that
they could not possibly grow out and l,,
lhngerous to the peace and goaod order
ot the county for twelve months to
i ,me.
Is it not strange that any person with I
a ,park of intelligence will engage in,
an illegitimate business the discovery
of which is bound to put stripes upon
him. And his discovery is practically
certain. We are under the Impression
that there will be no more an males of
this description running loose in Deca-
tur soon.

xecater's Notice.
creditors. legatees, distributees and all per.
ionms having claims or demands alinst the Ietot
of Edward H. Myers*. deerasil, lofa of Lm
County. Florkida to present such elelains ar de
mands to the umeursgmno within two reers from
this date, utherwlU the .me aal forever after-
ward be barril.
This 14th day of Sune. A. D. 119W
Executor ot last wWI md
sl-st jWW 4a. =
Applicratiea fer Diseharge as aec%*

NOU-S Is hbrikW -itat I 's es

Don't Have Your
Cart Work BQTC1HED
At the Mill. 1


I build them under
hundreds and build
more every (day.
For prices write

W. H. Adkinson
P. 0. Box 4,
rallahassee. Florldl



Choice Fresh ,Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers




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600 40644go54 "4o "so$1600o 56* 36

*-Includes tuition. t-Spanish. t-History. theoryand (e4thetics free when taken with piano, organ or voice. .Cooking three months.
NOTE Where blanks appear, college offers no advantages under that head. and incidental and library fees are included in other charges

10 00 16 00



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SetAW. VSMiw.
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oeets Septemb Sa ismltla.
Sm- io.y, ,Juua 0s, 1. Mr.
NgMs* at e*4T*eext B odo be used
-ber ....s. ,,.,M.,:.

M olth' Writinic In
si fted S Me. American
Metilt's e We, American
--l field's rarmnmer chool I. Ar.t
Brevard& Bennett'. Er,. Am-
Cot, adl Ialrband., H. W. It. Dreow
Rijb udway's Natkmal Advanced.l $1126
ylM --Colemae'W Elements Of. 9. The
I rOnmmevint-Youm* i vil Grovornmont.
sad the United tsuta, $. 1,; () Painter
line's Hish h0l. $1 s, Ame-rlan
Georamphy Tarr's Now. $1. The M'-
Frtite Pt.For First (;raed(*orttficto.
Princpli,". of Vducation, ,y
Ill and IV for H eptemrlr $1.1).
C.., Atlanta. (ia
md Third (irad. Crtinftatwi
I hll hr of 'Teaching, 7Wr, (inn a
i may be had of mint book dealer in
or fr n the puibisheros by mail. past
so IMplMt o I price,
PleA se publish in your County paper..
Superintendent of Public Insilltion.

M6ts Harrietta Perlasi.
?9e Teachers' Exchange Nashville
writes Supt. W. 8. Lafagu*e
t, La., as follows of Miss
take great pleasure in nomj-
for t ition of primary
i t your parish Mi Harrietta
M, f Tsll~hu F, la. she wa
at the Florida State Colleg
le sand the University of
an, d holds the degree of
[ ; I had no exprience, but is
Sout of school, is very anbi-
to make a success at teaching.
Is esommended by the faculties
and Chattanooga as one
t young women In all
The strong points which
it Miss Perkins for the poes-
iar ne character, consecrated
studious native, patient and
1Wg, and a lovely disposition.
IM-unend her out of our las
eof lp, having thoroughly -
ted quaflcations, and are sure
fill the position with eminent

It s h Mibh naabll.n
presented by Gen, Albert
In a communication print-
t ClPun o 6erda Herald, aid re-
today in the Times-Union,
read by every voter in Flor-
S consist mainly, like the for-
.*oe, of litatiom from records.
IMW Ooi"inef. They need no
They show, among other
t the board of trustees of
I Improvement Fund was
weaaton of the le islature, was
sto uch by the Supreme Court
rMrda; yet that board passed a
ltiol) offered by Gov. Jenning.,
28 1904, denying that its
had any title to the swamp
which it held in trust, denied the
S.y of every part of the act
Se legislature which created
bers of the board, except that
IP which so created them to hold
lands a trust; and all this in de-
of the legislature and of an opin-
Sof the Supreme 'ourti at the .Jan-
term, IR7H, defining the limit.-
of their trust and affirming the
title of the legislature to
lands. It in rich creating it
be hard to answer witlh ay ar e,-
-Times- lnion Short Talks.
0, yes, It in too t rue. M Iu'h hai
published on these suIbjctm,. tlut
has ever seen aor hard of "ianiwir
Sany argument" from thome "'rgnt t
'ean that be?" repeatedlyy hiiv,'
*Ne been made of quiet mnil ihe'i I
s-ales, usurpation of Ipower aril
one single Florkidian semn an item,
brished with fawts, to give reamon
Ilu Justification for thee recent tranns-
ntions? True, in one instance which
e now recall to mind, from the gov-
4tor, the head of the board, he did
pt justifloation, but in it he only
the board had "precedents for
p sales and the law gave the right
Sell for what they pleased," and
ey took advantage of the precedent,
they d(lid sell lands cheap
')lever cast aside your friend if by
Sposaibility you can retain them
are the greatest of pendthriftts if
I let one friend drop of through in-
tion, or let one push away an-
or if we hold aloof from one for
jealousy or heedless slight or
X ne. Would you throw away a
because it pricked you? One
Friend i not to be weirhed

the jewels of all the earth. If
is coolness or unkindness be.
us, let us come face to face and
It out. quick, before the love
cold. Life is too short to quar-
or carry back thoughts of
SIt is easy to loee a friend but
aone will not come for calling,
make up for the good old one when
Sone. Holmes County Advertiser.
tat old-thne religion" In the kind
W etlon nece ary to save souls, and
O X time "tt-tUp-and-git" is the
of nterrlse neceasry to build a
Let'a ,ke on a carload of each
S ve amoniar before breakfast.
mtwe Record.

People are very much disapslmted Sg^ JSw
to find their family physldela isN a e dateln of
from home when th oweaM .# Ity d oWmany
erIS. DiseasesI ramp aid haslerrt Shi bar
cholera morbus require prompt tet- Silver his
ment, and have in many ] tenes waSa s Fred C.; .,
proven fatal before roedle oa d ba a in xcUeTo1W
rocured or a physsian sumfeooedl. ,
he right way is to keep at hand abots I =ai Pre mi!=
te of Chamberlains Co Choler and d re bud
Diarrhoea Remedy. No physician MW la the tars prt
rescnbe a better medicine for the now W.1n D theup-stair o
e s. By hav ing it in the house the Conteatse building, nearly o
you ewape. much pain and sun 'erg site the expee office. Also sample
and all isk. Buy it now it may save lines ne alor n 'made-to-measure
life. For sale by the Tallahaee ga ts for on display .

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Strong Faculty; well equipped lab,-
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vision and discipline; high moral tone.
No tuition charges to Florida stu-
dents. Other expenses very low.
For catalogue and information ad-

Florida Female College
Tallahassee. Fla.
A College for Women, without a
parallel in the South, embracing a Col-
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Teachers, a School of Industrial Arts,
a,School of Fine Arts. including piano,
pipe organ, violin voice culture, elo-
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A Faculty of able specialists in all
Tuition free. Charges for special in-
struction in Fine Arts reduced to a
minimum. New buildings in course of
construction. Write for Catalogue.

5 U

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C. E. GASQUE, Manager.


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AD kida o Leundry work dose



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

Having purchased the Hotel at St. Marks I am thor-
oughly repairing and renovating it, will refurnish and
supply it, and with boats and other conveniences it
will offer the best attractions for hunting and fishing
on the Gulf Coast.
Plenty of good Gasoline Boats to be had. Guides for
Fishing and Hunting parties furnished.
Convenient to all the Gulf Springs.

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.

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Jennie Wrisht, at. for Je1ale 0t. 0.
Alexander, a one-iaaif latses......

B. B. W ilson.... .....................
Henrietta Rollins Estate...............

S No. 260. O. P. ( at No. 312 0. P., exept
on the side there
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Mrs. A. F. Miller Est., Miss Jae I. .........................
Johnson, ast..................... .... T. C. Lot No. 221 N A (House)....
Mrs. A. F. Miller Est., Miss Jaae *
Johnson, at............................ C. Lot No. 224 NA (house)....
J. R: Maxwell.......................... The t ft of T. C. Lot No. 2M
N A (2 bouea)...................
Alex Johnson............................ The W 10 ft' T. C. Lot No. I2,
N A (2 housee)..................
James Edwards.......................... Part of T. C. Lot No. 8 NW A. de-
scribed to-wit: Beginning at a
point II ft Wetot fthe tcomner
of said Lot No. 8, which to the
plaoe of be inning then run W 41
it, thenoe N 114 ft and 5 Inches
theooe X3 2 ft, thence N 4 ft ani
4 Inches thence V 20 ft, thence
120 ft and 9 Inches to the place
of be nnuing.....................
James Edwards...................... Part of T. L.ot No. 11, NW A,
described to-wit: Begilnnlng at a
point 66 ft Wet of the 8X corner
f said Lot No. 11, which lt the
place of beginning, then run W
.. t 41 ft. thence N 170 ft and,
Inches, thences 41 feet, thence S
170 ft and I Inches to the plaoe
of beginning.....................
H. McCormick............................ % of NW% of T. L. LotNo. 41,
NW A (house)...................
Bophle McCormick....................... Part of the W of NW of T. C.
Lot No. 46. NW A, de scrbed to-
wit: Betlnnitn at the NW corner
of m Lot No. 46. then run B
85 ft and h inches then 6 100 ft
and 9 Inches, thence W ft and
$ Inches, thence N 100 ft and '
Inches to the place of beginningl.
Primus Hatchett......................... Bubdivlislon No. 3 of T_.C. LoS No.
No. 49. NW A. as her plat re-
corded In Dead Boo J. J.. page
6e9 (house).......................
Mary Ellen Combs...................... The E% or 80 ft off the East side
of Lot "C", of T. C. Lot 11, NW
A. a per plat recorded fn Deed
Book H. H., pae 5w1 (house)....-
Davis Randolph........ .................. The W 8-5 or t0 feet of Lot "A,.
of T. C. Lot No. 12 NW. A, a
per plt, recorded fh Deed Book
H. H., pae *91; the 31-0 or 20
ft off Lot 'B," of T. C. Lot No.
52 NW, A. asper plat recorded In
Deed Book H. H.. pace 61
(house) ..........................
Maggle Hall.............................. of W of 8h% of T. C. Lot No.
7. Nr Co % (house..............
Edmund Johnson......................... Part of k % ofT. C. Lot No. 25, N%
Co described to-wit: Bein at
teh 8U corner of said Lot No. 25,
then run W 100 ft on Clinton St..
which Is the point of beginning,
then run N 140 ft, then W 13 ft,
more or lees, then 8 140 ft, then
8 120 ft_ more or less, to the
point of beallnninr (house)......
Henry Doulass .......................... T. C. Lot No. S, 8% Co % (houses)
Mrs. Eloise Zollizsle Est................ W 90 ft of T. C. Lot No. 20, 8%
Co C (house)....................
811ivey Mackey........ /.................. T. C. Lot No. 87 s Co C u........
James S. Rivers......................... T. C. Lots No. 4U and 44. Co %
(2 houses)... : ....................
Rena Allen Ft.. Annie Flsh*% at...... T. C. Lot No. s4, 8% Co % (houses)
D. J. Atkinson........................... T. C. Lot No. 105, Co %.........
Julia McLlllon.......................... T. C. Lot No. 114., 8% Co (house)
James Everett........................... T. C. Lot No. 116, 8% Co %......
Thomas J. Perkins ...................... iT. C. Lot No. 67, N, A............


r ou will always have od health. What I, more to & man
than good health? AU the lmonfoy In th., world ean't make
hiapplnea whfre health I unknown,i Ballard's Seow L-~let
RI efm, Cut.s, Burn Spral, Neralgia.
CURESger, SU JiOts Contracted Mode Lame
BackO aW allu*e iM thaMt Flesh is Heir to.

One Who Knows. .
J. 0. Fcott, 8alt Lake City, Utah. wrir.ts; Ioiuisot
too highly praise your lRallards Snow Inliment for
the relief of acutte rheumatlism, caused hv siidden ennange
and exposure to the weather. I also r.'eoinmend our
Ballard'a llorehound 1yrup f.r coughi and odds.
Throe used tolethnr defy all pain.
GBT THB GENUINE. Three Sizes 2Sc. 1, $1.00


Ballard Snow Tintment Co.
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General Builders and Contrac
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the cou
Sollcited .a tlow in all

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C. Z. FENN, City Tax Collector.

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'you an opportunity of replacing the old
mew, and new ones when needed at a
15 to *30 per cent below regular prices.

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I M. CL. J.D. C.y, eV/In
'L- ..Gnu emeof bB .
Kim Fentei Davis is making a &t
Slaterst N i tLm and Co's.

M, JM o Fema C. woU of Per, a
eof o Purchasing yr. J.o orse.sal

land m my ta. ma 6o6 letam having
same hP.SI. H6uwoux. go sy, of JaMr. psan Mrs.
guest of hessister, Mrs. e

S Washable Ties el Witesr of the
dbes a t all times. r and Com.
m a Oaris Bck of M daily. and

K Mrs. JAm T Mepl of Arry,
guesMr. ts aRev. and Mr. John Modga Wil-
J EdelyEm C. Maxwell of Pe w t

, Beftor Clark of Blounttown, was
s and N f ank Ci. ghleof
M mare guests M. aLnd Mr .
S MrC. c emW riag. i sin the

lhe cone o sTertt for wee withml, s
Sor oist ofl White M Canvas or Tan, e
tMor tBuetnas on tmCo. m a M
pogany are easoylngn the wekd atlSt
Mof iroiet yseg ope, es a de a

of aocil am i w but tim stay _th
R.An. y i e d of RMr. W. D. Wil-
Senator wi larkid to a of Mw, was
San the city this week. at im il

Btte CriU, Mich. I
Mrs. Thomas Lane. ema* is Aice
Tir s aavisit to hber sisttr, Mrs.

T irano, Bat Uim-w BIat Cases
San are ella s iand Mrs Claren
JaMns. aThis is Mrs. Lane's first hoeAM
-g since her married.
Miss Kate Mickler ad Kiss Flortene
Propter andspending a few weeks with
Mrs. Dyars ao=Mater Carthel Byars
have gee to Teresafor the summer.
For.Shoos in White Canvas orTan,

go t"io Bus and Co. 20
The hot weather and many absentees
other the s e from aae t ranks
of society Y people, eme ia dearth
of social amsmet. but the stay-at-
homes intend to fn a fair amount of

son will be glad to I of the ste Mly
improvement in hishealth since he be-
* came a patient at the saitarium in
Battle Crek, Mich.
Trunks. aBegs, Umbrla, buit Case
amd ver th* tIn Meas fortihi wnsae
carried in ckby B a and Co. 20
Mr. R. V. Cates has bought from
Mrs. William Robertson the old Phil-
of lesi o tClinTint. Metheadt
Mrs.e a of Mr. uaisseH. ill
rese is rento ed heat state s for the
meapatient of the pupils now atten
iBathe summer seho.o
W. L Clark and fairly have vaC ted
the Bold M years homesteadcanSouth
AdMns streetWand e moved Into the
a oev i ree stern part of the

great deal of mon", time ade habd
*ork have beegen toe fitting upea
rty I ow se b a d H waud em e.

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4.N2ews& a 49 whusup

Jly 18th 19th.

Lace Curtains formerly $2.oo', at -
Lace Curtains formerly $.5, at -
"Lace Curtains formerly $3.5o, at -
Lace Curtains formerly $5.oo, at -
I t
Remember the date, July 18th and 19th.

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p 3.75

Duval Bros.

I- nes.O Lej o & wm.
Hon. Jetrs.n B. Browne, of Key
Weset, aoopaed by his son Joe,
testterday n the ey and left last
ighor home via Miami. Mr. Browne'@
son is just out of a hospital in Balti-
more, were be underwent light op.-
erat on. His manM friends in Tampa,
however, will be glad to know that he
has entirely recovered.
Jeferon Browne is one of the most
-sompliahed gentlemen in Florida, and
enoy the n e distinction of being
a gentleman of harbolag personality.
He is a lawyer of pronounced ability
and one of the most sterling Democrats
in the 8te. In all probability he will
be an pirant for Gubernatorial hon-
ors, and, should he deide to make the
race Monroe county will supprt him
boldly. Being well and favorably
known all over lorida, he will make
one of the stronget candidates that
has as yet announced himself.-Tamps
Tribune, 6th.. .
CWre et LUau T phle.
"It is now eleven years sinee I had a
narrow esspe from consumption."
writes C. U. Floyd, a leading business
man of Kershaw, 8. C. "I had run
down in weight to 185 pounds, and
coughing was constant, both by day and
by niht. finally I began taking Dr.
King' New Discovery, and continued
this for about six months, when my
cough and lung trouble were ntiry
gone and I was restored to my normal
weight, 170 pounds." ThousandW of
on are W&eaedeve year. Guaran-
atall drggists. 0c and $1.00.
Trial bottle frie. *

Two ftWr Be3t.
Colonel Fred. Myers, of Tallahas-
see, is being anb ndarsed by leading
lawyers for J of the Northern Cir-
cult of the States Court to suc-
eeod Jude Sayn, deceased. If
President veIt desires to demon-
strate his k ing for the South,
he cannot mre ly manifest it than
he et o Colonel Myers to
The Commission is
being commended for the excellent
Judgment shown in the selection of
Mr. Frank P. Damon, of Tallahassee,
as Inopetoer of railroads and property,
a potlo created by the last Legisla-
ture. Mr. Damon a Tallahasseean
by birth, and has epent the greater
part of hislife In Florida. He has had
ample experience i railroad construct
tion work, having followed it continu-
ously since 180.-Gainesville Sun.
There is no case of indigestion, no mat-
ter how irritable or how oestliaU e that
will not be speedily relieved by the ase
of Kodol. The Main factor In curing
the stomach of any disorder is reest, and
the only way to get rest is to actually
digethe food for the stomach itself.
Kodol will do it. It is a scientific pre-
natation of vegetable aids containing
the very same juices found in a healthy
stomaeh. It conforms to the Pure
Food and Drugs Law. Sold by All
for Sale I
A ood Horse and 5 good milk cows.
a18-t JoHN F. SPARas.
Go to Collins for your job printing.

AM 1T53 u19lWn" W3LLI
Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Rheuma-
tism, Gout, (Irave Iniama-
tion of the Bladder. Bd Blood and
Nervous Troubles caused by sick Kid-
TheTallahassee Drug Store, the well.
known druggist of T'! h-asee, knows
by exper-ene that HINDIPO will cure
al forms of Kidney and Nervous trou-
bles, and will guarantee It in all eases.
Can't you afford try it at their
risk? It costs you nothing if it don't do
the work.
Sent by mail to any address, prepaid
on receipt of 50 cents. Six boxes 50.
Under a positive guarantee. No. 6
Mr. Evans Wilson has one to New
York on a business trip.
Mr. French Wilson is visiting rela-
tives in Fernandina.
LosT-An umbrella with silver han-
dle, E. EC. Philbrick on top of handle.
Finder please return same and be re-
Duval Brothers have discontinued
their contract with the McCall Publish-
ing Company, and after a few weeks
will not handle the McCall patterns,
which have become so popular with our
The citizens of Leon county who re-
side in this sub-school district honored
Hons. Chas. A. Cay, George B. Perkins
and Dr. W. L. Moor by unanimously
re-electing them as their trustees gain
at the election Monday. They are faith-
ful to all trusts placed in their hands.
J. D. Odell, General Manager of the
G. F. & A. R. R., was in the city on

ihas. G. Myra.

For cotl ti M
so mw ise as

M.& himM at
Liverle. du_ i
cents. Samp ft-, t

Hoft. Join S. osua
L'le sai Jl N. Pw
this weetk.

and tMt5 Ithefaasjt n-
ohe Ihr 1f Is

oThe of gte o
College show that
and tmIat tfattaper
aftehrr fato

eatet ilaw w th
sity of uIh
The catal ogueof

aened theat it ;ssA
tof lterstetfmale

Ttes -Ha is

J. Gordon Pearce.



1 Handsome Brick Residence, large lot in most desirable part of city.
1 Two Story Frame Residence, large lot on one of the principle streets.
1 Nice Cottage, good lot centrally located,

One 280 acre Tract fine land, 80 acres fine timber.
One 280 acre Tract fine land, 100 acres fine;timber.
One 520 acre Tract fine land, 100 acres fine timber.
One 80 acre Tract, good Residence and other improvements

We are showing the best Life Insurance Contracts ever saw in Tallahasee. If you are in-
terested, it will be to your interest to ose what we have. BEWARE Of'GOLD RICKfI and see your
home men for something good.
Agents Wanted.

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A esr WaB A OWr och'%

With thse ,- oint whao Chree s-
H J4o06 nmot d for me thatI

E tl es-sd- a her seek. rI e
SR to.Mj wto 5Idve .ad it heeled
f.ii. ,.l.ellyo the

i e gopney the Tllaha tte Drug Coin-t
I n 8p =a03oW of peoihabk.l I st d
Tl V. gad f# ineirhmeppe
m Withnthos persons who are accus-
Stmed o look upon the summer months
'as a pri e of deadly stagnation in
mercentile uepie, this pst week ac-
AL b to Information received lrom
two of our foremost drygoods stores,
nvst have eaused a reversal of all prc-
.eomeiwved Ideas.
S W. R. Wilson and Duval Brothers are
r aing thg benefit of their intelligent
manipulation of tperihable stock and
liberal advertising In their home paper.
They report a steady rush at their
"Midsummer Sale," and an immense
amount of business,. Customers were
pleaded with the tasteful display made
of the goods on sale, and more than
pleased with the low prices attached
,thereto. I
S Such up-to-date business methods
commands respect, and we are glad to
asM that our merchants are not slow to
r b take advantage of them.
Ou0r eotbor's Great Sorrow.
A bitter, heart-breakng sorrow has
Some upon our good friend, Editor Jor-
dan, of the Punta Gorda Herald. After
Smany weeks of suffering his beloved
wife has pased away, and the stricken
Husband and motherless children are
left to the pangs of a grief for which
there s no cure but time and faith.
Mr. Jordan is so universally esteemed
i his brethren of the press for his
sterling qualities that they all give him
a very genuine and tender sympathy in
his sore bereavement and mingle their
tears with his in his unspeakable sor-
row. The man who has no faith beyond
the things of sense and the narrow
S aoudaries of his own short vision and
halting logic denied all hope and con-
Solation when the tragedy of death
oomes into his family circle and with
thles grap bears away into the
S athomio void the beat beloved of his
ert; but It is the perpetual strength
S ad Ineffable glory of religion that in
the os crisis of life wben death
Sand t pen grave come to strike down
S or prde andhopes and overwhelm us
wit deair; Its tll, Msmall foloe whis-
p to the aching heart that all Is not
it and the grave sa only the portal to
the better, the real life of which this i
but the germ. In this beautiful faith,
sever to be quite uprooted from the
t hopeless human heart, and which
=tWs upon the heavy, starless night
St dmeth the thrilling tints of a new
a Sw., we truet that our friend In Punta
da will And his refuge and his com-
fort; and it will not fall him If he will
but open his soul to his tender minis.-
Stration.-Live Oak Democrat.

S The Methodist Episcopal and Pres-
byterian churches will unite their con-
S gregations on Sunday evening during
the months of July and August.
Next Sunday evening the services
will be held in the Methodist church,
Rev. W. H, Zeigler, Pastor of the
SPresbyterian church will preach the
sermon. It ls hoped that these meet-
ingp;will result in great good and that
the members of both congregations will
Attend. p
Leviag Tribute.
wEditor True Democrat It in with a
sad heart that this tribute to Miss
Letha Williamson, one of Woodville's
most beloved young women, in written
Sby, a sorrowing friend.
Miss Williamson came to Wotxlville
; only four months ago, but by her uweet
Chraistlanity and sunny diaeipiltion she
S rapidly ga mend many friend, whn are
onow left to mourn her losh. During
S her long illness her bright unslflshness
never failed, but the sweet smile,
; which was the outward manifestation
of her pure faith and trust In God. re-
Swarded every ministration of her loved
onse. The sweet voice that was so
Soften heard in the home made happy
by her presence now rings through
heaven in the glad songs of the re-
deemed, and we feel it but selfishness
to sorrow when we know her happined
is assured.
b The funeral service was conducted
. by Rev. J. R. Taylor from the Bap-
tJet church, the choir singing "In the
Sweet Hy.and-By" and "Asleep in Je-
sus," after which the dear sleeper was
laid away in her last resting place.
lASe I like the suimwer ne
That openi to the moanins sky,
But, o- the shades oa even ng ckoe.
Is mattered on lhe ground to die.
Yet. on the ruwe. humble hod.

Th e*ws oa Night are shed.
As thuh she weep the wate to .m.
Wes lUill rMMmbr the.
When the baby is teething it is cross
d rates; It becomes feverish and
mMany cases vomits a great deal and
oftentimes cannot even keep cool water
on the stomach. All the delicate little
or of the stomach are affected,
ag on colic and diarrhea. Ca-
seasweet for babies and children makes
the stomach right and allsay inflamma.
tion and p ents Irritaton. Casca*-
weet the baby happy and well.
Sold by A N Drumggist
0 Go t Rom Oad Co's. for your Bath.
IkhL -20 1i

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Jhe a n bo the dth ofd
Theoiem et in behaf of Mr. My-
e on began in Jauksouvise .tnrday
morning, osy leading t dneys here,
who recognize the worth of theTa-
the position, his judicial talented sad
hi lone record a suceefult practi
ivW attorney in both the State and
United Statese courts.
A petition to President Roosevelt,
urging the appointment of Mr. Myers.
was prepared Saturday morning, and
eopieb thereof in the hands of leading
lawyers of Jacksonville were crculated
in the courts and in the buildings where
most of the attorneys hays their
offices. Almost without exception,
every Jacksonville attorney signed it,
and it will be forwarded to Washing-
ton immediately.
Copies of this petition, together with
the statement that it hal been signed
by the vast majority, if not all, of the
members of the Duval County Bar As-
sociation, are buying forwarded to the
associations of other counties and to
prominent attorneys where no bar as-
sociation has been organitsed
It is pointed out that Pryedent Roose-
velt has appointed a number of Demo-
crats to office in the South during the

can unite on a man a Democrat will be
pueh a movement would, of course,
be strenuously fought by Republicans
in some quarters, but the independence
of the President will lead him, it is
urged, to follow his own wishes, and,
if the man with allthe qualities for the
position is unanimously urged as Judge
Swayne's successor, he stands an ex-
cellent chance of landing the position.
The only avowed Republican candi-
date for the position thus far, as an-
nounced in the state news columns of
the Times-Union yesterday, is United
States District Attorney Sheppard,
who, according to reports from Pensa-
ola, openly aspires to the position,
which is hetf for life, and brings with
it a salary of $6,000 per year.
Among the prominent Democrats
named were United states Senator
Stephen R. Mallory, Judge Evelyn C.
Maxwell, who only a year ago resigned.
from the Florida Supreme Court, and
Judge John C. Avery. None ot these
genolmen have committed themselves
h any way, however, nor even so much
la intilmaed that they would seek tie
Mr. Myers, the man selected by the
Jacksonville attorneys, and selected
without one word from him, will be
nominated to the president by his
friend. He himself has taken no part
half, and the endorsement of this dis-
tingui thed attorney comes purely as a
spontaneous recognition of merit, fit-
ness for the high office, and judicial
talent above the ordinary. His abso-
lute familiarity with the law is admit-
ted by all, and, free as he in from po-
litical movements that might hamper
some candidate, it is believed by his
admirers here tha hhe is the man emi-
nently fitted for this office.
One rumor, which could not be traced
to its source yesterday, was current to
the effect that a Frs sdan would not be
chosen, but that a new Judge would be
sent down from Georgia.
Those who were in more or less posi-
tion to know stated that the Georgia
Republicans would probably make some
move n te i matter, and that, witrithe
exceptionally cordial relations that now
exist between President Roosevelt and
prominent Georgians of both parties, a
determined fight on their part might
win out.
As yet, however, nothing definite has
been learned. The movement to secure
the position for Mr. Myers has been
started by his friends and admirers
kere, and is being pushed as rapidly a
can be done. Working in his behalf
are some of the leaders in legal circlesI
here., and the distinguiehed Tallahas-
sean will rally to his support, especi-
ally should he openly declare himself
for the position, leader r of the legal
profession throughout Florida.
Attorney Fred T. Myers is a native
of Florida, and is reconized as one of
the most able sons of the state.
He is a graduate of the University
of Georgia, flnishialgl his university ca-
reer there with high standing, and leav-
ing a record that is unusually excel-
He married Mis Joule DeCottes, of
Jacksonville, a sister of the late Gec.
A. DeCottes, and an aunt of attorney

George A. DeCottes, one of the young-
er members of the Jacksouville Bar As-
Mr. Myers was a candidate for Gov
ernor before the convention that nomi-
nated Gov. W. S. Jennings. He has
also beea a candidate for eonrra, be-
Ing defeated by Congrewman IMar.
He is a prttioner in all the courts
and his abilityls universally recognized
by laymn and b his fellow attorney
throughout loda. I seieating Mr.
Myers a their choice for the sauessor
ofJude 8 the Duval county at-
torneyfeel they are rs l to

F btoal drug a

S sat the residence of
oa Tbaday afternoon, Jlft
6 to t o'clock. This offeig
usei to ald in fixing up the
the eb h. Everybody com pd
a pleseant evening. Refrebmt will
be served free. Will have some good
The JJnior League continues to flour-
ish. It held a good meet uat Bubm
day. Jualta Forbes was .a r. At
the conclusion of the devote l evie
business meeting was held. Th fol
lowing was reported: Members ol
78; average attendance at devotiel
meetings, 86; number taking part in
meetings, 27; visit to sick andtra
gers, 65; bouquets sent out, 8; leaflets
distributed, 66; amount paid en mis.
sions, $4; amount paid on sidewalk now
being made, $46 80. RusseU Misier
will lead the meeting Sunday after-
noon. MU I. S. PA2T o0oN.
Wil CeCosel fromethe Seush.
"I want to give some valuable advice
to those who suffer with lame baek and
kidney trouble," says J. R. Blasken-
ship, of Beck, Tenn. 'I have proved to
ai absolute certainty that Eletric Bit-
ters will positively cure this
condition. The first bottle gave me
great relief and after taking a few more
bottl, I was completelycured; com.
pletely that'it becomes a pleasure to
rzcnimend this great remedy." Sold
under guarantee at all drug stores.
Price 60Wc.-_ _
Lawa Party eon Gef Llans.
Two weeos ago Mr. and Mrs. Casmler
issued luvitations to the youngfrieods
of her three children, EugenLe .End
Bryan, bidding them to a lawn party to
be given on a charming corner of Talls-
hassee's beautiful golf links, but the
anticipated good time had to*be post.
poned until the past Saturday after-
noon on account of the frequent rain
we have had lately.
A large number of little people were
present and some older ones who were
there to assist Mrs. Cassler. All had a*
delightful afternoon, enjoying both the
games and the delicious ice cream and
cake provided for their refreshment.
The light lame.
Mr. August Sherpe, the popular over.
seer of the poor, at Fort Madison, Ia.,
says: "Dr. King' New Ufo Pills, ae
rightly named; they act more agreeably,
do more good and tmake one feel better
than any other laxative." Guaranteed
to cure billiousnes and constipation.
For sale by all druggists. Price 25e. *
A recent visit of The True Democrat
reporter to the Woman's College in
search of news items resulted in noth-
ing startling, to say the least. Faculty
and pupils are too busy with study to
give thought to anything else, and such
mild recreations as tennis and daily
plunges in the swimming pool do not
afford material for a news "story."

If so we hay "sleep-inducer" in
our "La-Exy" Pelt Mattress that is
just what you need. It is made of 46
Ibe. of Pure Cottm Pelt In layers like
cut-- High Grade TIkln.--French Roll
Edge imperial Stitched Guaranteed
equal in everyrespaqttoany $15.00 felt
mattremp ever advertised.
Order one to-day, sleep on it thirty
nights. anRd then if you are not satisfied
we'll refund your money.


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Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.

Contractors and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber oft

all kinds. .

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

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

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


Seaboard Air Line,

P. 0. BOX 4.

John B. Stetson University



Afifst Vkb theVualutyof Chcbmw
CMULMW 0* MM-m awwna thes at eusweunslwty ot
I I t sr w hem babBeth taus. anCMicsg%
Mm~aJB~* *3nUeAU Mmehin

IUN~U~M~anw 3r aff .YAK~
lath we s~ Lv P".

Wow a p4haaab sows"mbaPmbie

Lav ePImib, UAL

*WAMT.A,~ ~

wnart, 1w3 I.flhiM

goeSwn., br owsWs1off IS b Ongftmoo. .
sot%.o~am MA -14Opt ft w plablae.a

and Vallayes mom JA- t 10.4a 04 te t&

Stomob' md Deweb, 51*mg hbshkT *md astasi deep.
The ChI~dzeaa z~zTs Na kwo MO&

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SOOL Macaim". t OL

te othi r frlm both

0 fa Go mb w oman of.

to-lourst fir ae square
elro t will be aia
d oflie and the maki-.

Se on the sy-

4Mt Walard's Bw Linimen-;
for Rhnematiam, Stir

ilfiidout, yod J who uas t C
^t Lmeidt fors sa qla
I ito al All we ask on
l trial bottle. Sold by al
'5ec, 60 and $1.0 *

been nfor T ohleat. f
ba e sJNure the other fellow in

S never earindi na theully
d btae o s to just what to do,.
leT _ioe oa fegood woman.
itlo W crat oue fdest for a square
toh ds the dea ling
t head is swelled by success.
h. id.Melf growing beautiful

piame of life as in the game tof
l f aat" a match depend on the
t eon the draw.
give a little time to honest,
t, you'll find it very easy

H^.B. W.--in National Daily.

Mhs bU no reapportionmentof
t e Since the first one, now
year old, noatwithstandin the
sanate of the stateconstitution,
Sthe ha been no compilation of
SordinaneM fo six years, in
equally plain proviaon of the
r requiring it. If our law
o tultea disregard the commands
People a erystallied in the or-
ilaw, by what right do they ex-
i the bople to respect the laws they
?-e imes-Union.
Twhi heme
won't come off, appears on baby's
after one bottle of White's Cream
Bifuge the great worm medicine.
not keep that smile on baby's
If you keep this medicine on
you will never see anything else
miles on his face. Mrs. 8-,
well Okla., writes:
a e y' waas ish and fretful.
not eat, and I feared he would
d .I used a bottle of White's Cream
.Varifuge, and, he has not had a sick
^day since." Sold by all Druggists. *

"Owned by 'the interests'" and
I tion hirelis" are abusive
which havreb'a used so much
the friends of Florida b those
are milkin the public udder and
the blind and the stupid that
a re losing all their power. Soon
y will be of the nature of boomer-
hurting thosemot who use them.
cannot fool the people all the
-Times-Union Short Talk.

M to Ne4dlAce h the World tforCeuc
0 "I And Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Id Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best
ldy nthe world," says Mr. C. L.
L Iof Sklrum Ala. "I am subject
b lic anod ditrohoel. Lot Sprin it
a s though 1 would die, and I
lb I weld If 1 hadn't taken Cham-
SsColic, Cholera ad Diarrsoea
B dy. I haven't been troubled with
9 al- atil this week, when I had a
fy aevie attack and took a half a
T l elof the e6 ent sise of Chamber-
h *'s one, a and Diarrhoea Re-
.41fr, and this morning I feel like u
,,.:--rian." For sale 5y the Tallahau-

J. A. Brash, of Gulf Port, Miss,
lt ila the Greater Apaleehiola
4 Mtiea the new extentaon of Ap-

Iu beah lotate a e had on

t Ma sprats in each eeuniy aind
m~la wiehg to write for partfe lan,
ljili i IcaMe of tael _Adi$ii-
,lWli- or toGulf Port, P. O.

a comfortable rooms to rent, fur-
F "ntusiraeed, appy, no
Of Ms"'s FUrnisbiga ear,
llCMk---~kb V^*JT-k^^^ ^

Buhwell Developm't
a Lumber Co......

Wail Turner...........

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Im at Wa is wo S se O run DW1.
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LAmiWN AsiWWW'XWUk 4C clM.uWell",
&ft 6 LjA WWMOO *U09 515.5Lo Uma1
VMAL M ~a5A~fl..............
46% o9 A4WIb And '%o NUl

OW-g LM "A. k.ft UL bbV)6 IIUI I

*& w* u** f A **f W A U 1 3V U. 01 .
Ado 78 %04 V4 tV u 3 t A Ullu AUi
.* ,. ... u. ...........
Mrs. A. Burob, estL, .
J. R. B u soh, a g .... ., ,Ji a nd ( tn a l tra ttioim i ..o .
Mrs. 8. A. Bturoh, est, "
J. R. BUiM. a at.... s.U. a Id Laa. Lot No. V InI...... ..
Mre: S. A. Burob *t,
J. R. )ILBU U sat.... t Interest in I acres Il tu cutor-,
uvr V& use oln U i t V U4 &iN I
Ui ...... ....................... .
Mrs. 8. A. Burch, *t., I
J. L. Burch, agt.... v n ou f A an, iu l .., of NW%,
U ... ..... ... ................. ";&
OGeorge Arthur "yre.. A acre amu i buI.aIuoa. A.mLLLu a1111
\u ber ttr Ut itcUl AU: tit AS t UUl
Liu 4. rt.. is Veil ti AI u oiI I
t k1. p.ltA0 I t. 0r ot .A0rL)I .......... I
Mrs. Emma B. Carver. m ua&iivsiuu a t xaeriurt ui L *a.1
u"r Al'aQLAiiai ,.* A A o a ). l uL
a'alc ltu ........ .............. .
Mrs. sarah Butterfield s.i. miva&uu, ut .. ,'.Ul. i a1 I
>Ui.U .. .U.l l, .................... I
.Mv itlM w tiAtt ueUii, 4 iG.rage 10ti
Mra. Emma B. Carver. APL *'. .,.., 1sO atli'. .u1. AU, a.;. I
Ai4O. b, A a., andtiO. Iv, vI,
4ir61* .3 011Mi, Ol ima u lu&L z I UraMU1ona| "L lAu &l..U *. X bi pl|dIIl
A / ,..... . .. ...,... ...... ... ... 1 8
William C. Perry..... oM 01 uI As .o. i uL anaianUuoi I
i& Atm pekr liat rfcorise4u Ili iua|I
o, p."o & 1 e i e) .............. ti
E. C. Reynolds....... u la muItiMUi&A &lu al* i
  • ast iA'curueu an I.uiAs sU Ao ,
    V4** ** 4 ) ....................... | .
    John W. Thompson... &-.k0 .t s wis 01 biW of, com-iI gi a V0ll1. 1V It ieaL uoilI
    tLU IO v oorser 01 said iswlI
    u t a V t, talnuve ru llouti Tlml tit
    LSAeuVS A. sin tt lu sws aaHue Iu *ltM e UIt L IIAL "rilali o0
    waIy i, %L. ... a te a. iny., i.euliaU
    ,orv0wesiry ou i Lw rillagi uI|
    way to Inse MoUrt Wue Os, eal
    ay lu tne xsoun lise u. sa.wg
    I% iV 0 0 0 o1 %, iIt U Wtt 101to I
    til*. oo pOlt o0 uluiluaing ......... 61
    D. Harris.............. Laus Au. Ai and 11 e 01 uc AlO. Ai, I
    as per pa... recorded in L**elI |
    A0 tL.. .., page In b Hlik Oij I
    &tb uYof......................
    C. Ford................ ot L so. 14 of bloca so. as per
    pila recorded in Deed 1oo0 m; .
    8A., pag e v, in tile bxj.l of slthl
    M .............................. .6
    0. W. Shaw.......... L.ta so. 9, 6 ant 7 of Blook lMo.
    *, a per piat recorded in i eed
    oEoK A A% ., puf g oPa in tlltb,
    o( j% o01..................... ,.J
    a 9
    L Lot No. I of Block No. as Mper
    plat recoraea in d Book L
    i... page oil, in Sju olf c MciW Oc 2
    Willle Jones......... LoI Is. o 01 iioLCK O as per
    plat recorded in leed Book X.
    a., page ev, in ;ai 04 ofW M Wt 30
    Lucretia Taylor....... Lot A. 4 of tluck Iou. 11, as per
    plat revordeu in Leed h ook X.
    Am.., page oa, in Ilak oa s i0 oIO JA
    .... All tat part of tue W v 9 Of MI0i.. X
    I lescrarit to-wat: b IEtnI a 1.I
    tue r.. corner of wasi Wt OKt
    14M19 and run W T 1-100 cbs,
    thence a X.1o-10 aas tom the
    4uanicy road, thence iaxltedl
    song the 4ulucy road to It4'
    kat line of sild W% of No lb
    and thence North l Usi feet, mis a
    or "es, to the point'of hei4a
    Frank Alexander ..... Lot No. 7 of BilocA No. 1, -l per
    plat recorded In Deed Book At.
    i ., page o.., in NbA% of NMi% et 36
    Weller & Costa....... Lot No. 4 of Block No. 8, as per
    plat recorded in Deed book t.
    it., page o a, in the, N1I% of
    k; 1 of ........................|
    r..... .LoIs .>. 0.afiu .i of Blook No. i,
    I a pet plat recorded In Deen I
    booK fI. ., page 610. in NUl i
    ot N E, ofr:.................... >36
    ...... Lot No. 17 of Block No. i, as
    per piat recorded In Deed Book
    'i. ki., page 69b, in N1M% or
    NEV ofr..........................
    Matilda Green.......... Lot so. of Block No. 6. as perl I
    plat rt.corded In eed Book H.It
    i ., paige 5S>2, Inl the N9% otI
    T. C. Parker, trustee.' Lot o. t in.....................
    ,. H uiof NW' and SW' st, I
    ; N i : ,* o f .......................... 1 i
    l--, ill or o f ..........!i l
    T. C. Parker, trustee. N 1, ofr %I and N o W
    W liam M c a e t..' of .............................. !
    William McCabe Est.. "f .1 .
    W. B. Taylor, Extr. N\, ,,1f 1.8: 6 and NE%1 of 8WiA
    ilam McCabe Et.. of .................................
    W. B. Taylor. Extr.|s% If H8\' s of 8E% and NK. i
    v ,llll am M e~ sh e a *t. ,.
    W. B. Taylor, Extr. 18\V. \v .rf SE& and SEK of
    W illiam MoCabe Est.., of ........................... 2
    W. B. Taylor, Extr. NE.'4 of SW' of..... ......... 33
    Mrs. Mugh Miller.... All of ti. s. lying In Farb*e a
    I ur lhais of ..................... ... 3
    James Gardner....... 2 57-.11) acres of land In Lot No.
    3 In .............................. 12
    D)esrilh-d to-w!t: Beginning at
    tihe N corner of aid Lot No. a
    l ithe ruii West 1-100 ohs to
    tlie. c.r'itr of the Meridian road,
    ttihen. along the center of said
    road H 4J.0 East 10-100o chs
    to th.- iEast line of said Lot No.
    3, tho rn N 7 60-s.A chs to point
    of l.-glyining as per deed recorded
    Byan li ID.1i uook G. O., p ge 63584..
    ryan a .......... E of ... ................ 12
    Gulf Lumber Co., id-.,
    ney 0. Well, a smt.\SE, oif ,NI:' and BE% of SW% of 23
    1j j of 1.,4t No. S (or 8W% of
    W ill i W ....................... s
    John J. Perritt....... That part oi'f the Eof '85 lyl
    I East of tiae ocklooknee River Of t?
    John Austin........... NW4 of NW\' of 8E%, except 2
    t acr's in the Northwest corner of 1
    HunhwATI Devilopment
    A Lumber Co....... ;% of ..... ... .................. 5
    lushwll Development o
    & .uAmber Co....... SW\ .f NW NWW of 8W4 and
    . I 8% ,f S\v't of SW o ....... . ........ 2
    BushwaJl DePldopment
    & Lumber Os..... +E% at.! S.s of NE'4 of,,...... 27
    Bush wall Devlnopment.
    ef Lumber o.. ..... E% of E of. ...................... M
    i '4, 84 of NW 4 of.............. .8
    iusbwaUDeIelpmentAll of .............................
    & Lwumaber ... All of ........ ............... ..
    M. B8. Ityr...,.... The w% of Sw' of NW' of... 7
    iamuel .Thsapeo. N% of W% of SE, of.......... .ti
    H. P. Staafte ....... 8R, of IBE off.................. 24
    . NIf of NEN of.................. 25
    as_-.1 of BE an E of SWr of. 2,
    .-. ....3, s4 andE% of Na ',w of........ 327
    lo'...................... ..... 30
    7 01'.... W Sfc, JBS;. Nfc of SWU and SE 1
    . e w % of ...................... a8 l

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    Lubr Co.......

    &.The J t Ce o.......
    Bu hwal Devlopment
    & Lumber Co.......

    Buahwal Development
    & Lumber Co.......

    John 0. Perry........

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


    E% of NE% asd W% of NW% of.
    M% of WtR of....................
    sW% oft NW% of..................
    Lota No. 23 and 4 In..............
    NV% of NB%. except 3 aoreeja
    the SE corner. 9 acrve in the
    corner, 2 acres to P. D. J.
    D. Lewis and 1 acre to P. OC. l-
    liam son of.......................
    NW U of............. .............
    All except the NW% of NE% and
    8W of NW% of..............
    SEBI of NE% of (as per return
    froA Comptroller Croom, dated
    April 2, 1 )...................
    W# of NWA. NEV of NEl4 and
    SIA Of . . . .. . . .

    34 18 SE
    14 1B
    34 IS

    4 28 lE

    14 38 I1
    14 S8 11

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    liushwall Develbpment ..............................
    0 & Lumber Co....... West % of ...
    Bushwall Development
    & Lumber Co...... IC% and E% 8 of SW of.......... 8
    Bushwall Development
    5 & Lumber Co....... N of............................. 10
    John A. Stephens.....8W of.......................... 14
    W B. Taylor......... .8W 1 of .................. ,18
    S L. Hall............ NW of of................ 20
    f. N. & W. F. Walker 8E% of of .................. 21
    H. N. & W. F. Walker|SW% of IUW of ................. 24
    Marian P. Hlightower. NWA of iNw of................ 36
    5 E, B of Ba% of as per return from
    Comptroller Croom, dated March
    150. lt i)......................... 2
    3 H. N. & W. F. Walker E of N W o ........ 26 and
    lk wi O Mr of ..................
    4 a W and NB% of 8W' of. 26
    8 s f O lr .NW% of SE. 8%
    Mary' .. ferry....I.... a M l an In the o corner of
    Annie Chapman...... 1 of. .
    4 ohs o th linee tween the
    act Ai *W" of ...........I.. I
    And 81-1 00ohm South of the ihe
    4 between their & and NE% of
    (then ranningL 11-100 bhs
    then* **$ i-100 ehs, thence W
    4 3L6-100 611 IP to street, thDnce
    West fre thl opposite side of
    te1et 1 0-100 ohse, and
    Tm thnos M |-100 ohs to point of
    % King Lumber Co..... beg3lmtiu)
    9 i8-nl iere of land in the W%
    of N of............ ........
    1341lU"- to-wit: Commenoetnj
    at the SW corner of W% of
    a% of.......................... t
    T run Bast 1070 feet, then
    North to the right ofwa of the
    4 8. A. L,. By., then 4W,10111
    the line oir tgt of way of -he
    slid 8. I Ry. to the West
    0 bouidryIline of the saJd W4 of
    Stnoe south to the place
    ao beglnnin .....................
    A. Hawtree........... That Dirt ofof B (ly-
    ing ast and south of La ae
    8 Bradford) of.......................
    William McCabe Ent..
    W. B. Taylor. Extr., NE of SW% of ............... .
    Mary Ann Clark...... 2 acres of land beginning at tne
    5 8W corner of the N2' of (and
    running North with Section line
    140 yards thence Bast 70 yds,
    thence B 40 yds to the public
    0 road, tim along said road
    West 70 yards to the plase of be-
    ginning) of.................... 11
    8 Angeline Dent........ 2% acres of land beginning at a
    point dividing oi ..,eline be-
    tween the E% and W% of the
    8 SW % of......................... 11
    Where said llne crosees a ditch
    and thence, running south
    280 feet. thence E 850 ft to a
    corner, thence N 280 ft to seld
    ditch and thence with aaid ditch
    W 260 ft to the place of btgln-
    ning of...........................
    8. P. Horn............ I o NW' and W% of NE'1 of 12
    Arthur Hawtree...... W' of NW%4 of ............... 16
    2 C. M. Covington.r Of 8 of 8W. o ....... 14
    C. M. Coving~on ...... NW% of NW of .......... ...........19
    Unknown ............. E81 and E% of 8W', of .......... *
    i. r Rinhl rh d

    x . miciarumi. .....
    W. W. Saunders...... N% of N% orf W off ........... 21
    W. W. Saunders, also
    hdwin A. Dobbins,
    trustee .............'E of 9W"4. N f r w, or
    William juoCabs Est., W' r and 8i of N ,f W'4 of. 21
    W. B, Taylor, Extr., i
    Jonah Britt........ All 4 aind E of tie i )klckneel I
    S titiv r of ... ..... .... ............ 36
    William MoCabe s .at..NW or .. ....................... s
    W. H. Taylor, Extr.
    c .iin.trickland ....... W of NE, ir '!- NI': of NE' of. 10
    I'nknown ............ S W i of ...... . .............. 16
    Jennie M 8 Alexander EK% n l HV W'If r.................. 13
    A % lntr-sot oIf ptrt o C T C. l. ot
    No. r., (> '. deribed to-wit:
    Htogiii iliK :t tin' 1H corner of.
    41ldl, lil .So1 i,. ilnd run W est
    77 f It, il i.- N 71 ft, thence E
    77 ftl tiiI itirno' 8 70 ft to point
    of h L li, iil iK ........... ... .. .

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    Al1ox jfflirC'frI
    V'I rwic I t'.IittY)on,
    idiw It-hinson,

    I r'i- Fwarda.

    I T It ll......

    It#fItI., -! rk

    I-Amlrr'A 'I.1 lhnq,),

    l'rr1d C. Moor...

    I'nknown ......


    *' r T I" < Lt No 6, O..P., be-
    gi.ring :fi ti.- NW corner of said
    Il.,t No 6ai; ild running 8 60 ft
    ti, ,, 1; 0oo ft. thence N 50 ft.

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    18 IW

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    18 SW

    18 4W

    18 2W

    28 2W
    M 2W
    25 1W

    ti.- w lo0 ft to beglnnlng.. .. ....
    T. < Il.t No. 2 0,. 0. P..................
    '* T -I,,ot No. 312 P., except;
    is fr..t off the North side..... .' ....
    1'' Iot No. 151. N. A ..... . !..
    ,i..1 The.. East 60 ft of T. C. L.ot No i
    254, N A ........................ .. ....
    ...... west uo rooft of T. c. .ot No.
    256, N A ............... ....... .. ....
    ' t. Part of the Went f or T. :. Lot
    No. 8 NW A- denrrlbed to-wit:
    Begin at the SW orneryr of said
    Jot No. 2 and rin North 41 feet,
    the.nce F; 137 ft.,- 14 41 ft
    and thence We't 137 ft to the'
    lpolit or bel- innnilng.............. . ..
    ...... Part of T C. I,ot No IS. NW A.. I
    denecrilhd to-witl Hefin at at I
    loint 66 ft W of the SK corner of
    alild Lot No. A. which se tne point
    of bexlinning, then run weat 41 ft
    thni N 114 f.-rt iilad 6 Inhen,
    then 21 ft, then N 4 ft and 4
    Inches then X 20 ft. thence 8 120
    ft a nd 9 inches to point of be-
    ginni .. .. .
    ...Part of T' C. Lot No 8 NW. A..
    dleerlbed to-wit: Hegin at a
    point 76 feet W of the NE corner
    or said Lot No. 8. and run West
    61' F, then 8 64 ft and 4 Inches.
    then East 62 ft. then N 64 ft and
    4 inches to beginnln.............. .
    ...... .Subdivinion No. 8 of TC. Lot No.
    G6 NW. A., as per plat recorded
    In redd Book 8, page 262........ .. ....
    n ..... P rt of 84 of iT. C. Lot No. 26,
    N'I Co 4. described to-wtt: Be-
    wiin at the RC corner of said Lot
    No 2., then run W 100 ft on
    ('Clinton St., which Is the point
    of twginniln, then run N 140 ft,
    then W 12 fet. more or less,
    then 8 140 ft, then B 124 ft, morel
    or less, to point of beglnnin ...... |....
    ...... 123 feet nnd 4 Incheh off the East I
    side of the 8% of T. C. Lot No. I I
    216, N% ('o 4.................... .
    ....... 6 ft Of thoa t side Of T. C.
    Lot l o. 70 and 71 8 Co t.... .I....
    ...... T. C. 1ot No. 114 1% Co q...... ..|...
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    Don't you wart to )WA ac sBcount? W. W 'aonhave at of tem
    proved joket ,sev7ogs blpyou to save r ,yr d 7 It is a. a! i
    you can de osit half a dolar ler coins. It o oai emveimt to carry mao th
    ora ladies Vand bag. It i ready to help you rtot tem fptatioo to sapn me o wl
    want an serrint with l this vicinity. d
    We turiu. q rr o. tof | irks free t tv r)v, tone wM aill dersit one dollar MaW ton .
    open an account with us w Ltk-rty days front. eceiFt of beak. 1hetse beaks are de v ito y
    locked and cah only be opOWed gs.
    You would bP surprHe d to krow how much money yo esan save In flv years by tak qa l
    of your mall change ain dipltgin a Fsvinps tank.
    U is not wine to Mesv ey y k.eepirg it in the Louse. bsu.e there is danger of le by
    thieves and fire, and bUsIda Iit i~ ot n rrikirg ry )t inf. But place It withms and it isi em p
    thing. We pay 3 per cent Itmereqt cn all !( osits of ae Ddollar and upwards. Interest peroa *
    STATE SAVINGS first da of April and October.
    ielow we give a table sbowirI l a. a ir will accumulate in five years, computed on a be-
    Agh sis of 813 w(,rkinv days in the year, at 3 1 ,r clt intterest.

    lOc per day
    20c pr day
    2fc per day
    :0wc per day
    fiOc per day
    IWOc per day

    Amn't delposaed. Intrwwl earned. TIotal am't
    for 5 years.............. $1.50.................------------$11.14.--------------..................$144
    for 5 years-----...---.......--- 313.00---------------................. 22.28.....--.-----------
    for 5 years.............. :1.25-----------..........----.......27.86.......----------.....-......---..- 419.10
    for 5 year............-- 49.5..------------............-.... 88.42.---.......-----------..... .92
    for 5 years................. 72.50.................. 6.70...-...----.-- .------ 8.30
    for yers............... 1,.5.0.................111.40..........------.----........ 1,6.40

    I he capital stock of the savings I rJk is 120,000.00 with individual deposits amounting to
    $350, "21.1 ,o
    YN'ur Iumin(ris with us will Ie told strictly confidential.
    (all arid pet

    $ f*.f. t.* ". I .

    ipone om5 r sw)


    W -2 Affi.d.lmw I -

    G. E. LEWIS, Vice-Pr ldeat.


    LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS. Our Deepest Sympathy. Dean-Moore marriage .
    His beloved wife seriously, appar- An event of interest took place in
    Miss Jefferson Bell made a short ently desperately. ill for ten long weeks Mouticello last week, the occasion be-
    visit to Ocala last week. hhsaept the editor of the Herald in a ing the marriage of Miss Margaret
    rn.o, N oul-racking state of suspense and anx- May Dean and Mr. Sam Pasco Moore.
    Mr. G. P1. Russell han gone to North iety, so that he has scarcely been able Miss Dean is a daughter of an old citi-
    Carolina on husiness. to attend to his business. And the end cen of that place, Mr. John Dean, and
    Miss Margarett Bradford has return- is not yet ; the dark shadow still hangs Moore a grandson of one of the oldest
    ed from a delightful visit to Alabama. over his household day and night. This settlers, Mr. C. A. Bradley.
    Mr. Gordon Pearce and family are accounts for any shortcomings in or out The .ceremony took place in the
    among the latest departures to Pan- of the paper. --Punta Gorda Herald. Methodist church, the latter redolent
    W".e Every newspaper man in Florida with nature's loveliness, festoons of
    Mrs. Thomas Dozier, of Jacksonville sympathizes deeply with our good smilax, feathery ferns, begonias and
    Is in the city on a visit to her numer brother Jordan in the sad news the cut flowers; the air was perfumed with
    ous relative above conveys. May the good oleander and roses. A large gathering
    os relat ver Lord spare his dear wife to him of friends witnessed the ceremony
    Miss Sallie Meginnims left this week and may they both live many years to which was performed by Rev. Smlit
    for South Carolina where she will re- be a joy and help one to the other. Hardin. The ushers Mesars. John
    main until fall. The True Democrat asks the prayers of West, Jr., Harrison Finlayson and Dr:.
    Mr. Fred Hardee, one of Tallahan- all gdbd people of this State for them. Parka M. Carmichael, preceded the
    aee's popular druggists, left on Tues- Later-The sad news has come that matron of honor, Mrs. Minter, of Ma
    day for New York. our brother's dear wife has died. con, Ge., who was gowned in a tasteful
    Mrs. Eugene Cassler and children robe of soft white material and carried
    will spend the next few months at Dr. Miles, the Elkhart, Ind., patent a l e bou uet of white flowers. Miss
    Tgrsa-on-the-Gulf. medicine man, has purchased an estate Elizabeth Dean, the maid of honor,
    r. W. B leaves. Sunday of 2,000 acres at Ft. Myers and will followed, tasteiully attired In white
    Mr. Wm. Bsnsi leaves Sunday for hiswhe erect a home there that will abaolutel silkl and pink acessories. The bride
    bms in Georgia, where he wll spend scream. He will be ,,he first medicine
    his summer vacation. s ream. He will be the first medicine entered leaning on the arm of her
    h summer vacation-. man in Ft. Myers since the Seminoles brother, Mr. W. E. Dean. Her wed-
    Mrs. D. R. Cox and children left Sun- were pushed over the edge of the Ever- ding gown, of filmy white, was covered
    day for Madison where they will spend glades. St. Peterslurg Independent. with the bridal veil, andorange blos-
    some weeks with Mau. Cox s father. Mr Clarence Klis will leave this soma crowned her hair. 'She was met
    Dr and Mrs. James T. Randol'ph morning for Tallahassfe,. after a brief at the railing by the groom and his best
    have come down from Chattahoochne visit here to his nlrE-ntt, Mr. and Mrs. man, Mr. Theron Barrowq. Master
    for a short visit to Mrs Randolph's R. N. Ellis Mr. ('lrerc' Ellis re- Darrull Barrows and Miss Winifred
    parents, Mr and Mrs John S. Win- turned yesterday in the C'lyd. ship from Minter prettily strew rose leaves along
    throp. New York, havinir spent :t fortnight the aisle as the bride and groom led
    Mr and Mrs. Cox, who have been with his wife's relatives in Hrooklyn. the way after the ceremony.
    gruests at .Jesanminei Co(ttage for some Mrs. Ellis will not return hI.r till fall A large crowd was entertained after
    months pasnt, have gone away for the T'imes-Union. 9th. the ceremony at th.* St. Elmo Hotel,,
    summer months. Mrs ('ox is at pres- W. I,. Taylor amtl i. It. Sutton have where the bridal panty held their re-
    ent visiting her fiimilv in (icalin purchaumed a large triuet l if ln in Gads- captions. Delicious re reanments were
    Mr. N. A. W..lln, of, Thiomusville. dlen county, and left thi mriioing for served, and congratulations were show-
    warn it pl-an .. Wvi, ,t thisv(lice Quin cy to prepare th l. .,n. for'a big erel uipon the happy couple A large
    wal irt lid.sant vii,t t1, 1 (,fltce ti rmtobacco crop. lNo ,t ,I f ti.,e V tuesday t)IionI h1it mii S ilrlA I no our men are umst ehrs. andIi h. in pnamls the I'*',I, and groom lby ho.ts of friends
    iof th. winwlist t KIn A .u ir to back them iln t hil it,,lliriks. We who w mslh them long life, health anfi
    of th n. Wainiwrivht iv i feel certaiin thn.y will iti;l ,i : titcc S rof r" I pl)r.p i v.
    Compnnly, W..hli,' il>iy. the uindirtaking. f l, il.. I .nw os) uch -
    Ev'nl th.' ritir I thi hri'-l.I'ltilr w.irdi a is il. \V' .i i a Iomm ind
    ,deal t Illi, lylv ,",tl l- I ,in .i I'-nt tht ',ti to till- ,l ,, lI pr, >> ,, .,: .lll, 'y and CSOI 1
    justice IN jti'i~2 'e', t;'li 1 Il ,ll n%,r 11 explain titfln ,f th -! ,' 'li II I i. 1 l aiCw h..r
    culdu (if I I tlIiit' i tiil V i, tlll :)llt I ii, Fine Horses for Sale. 1 '... Tb&4n* and Childrean.

    and for some light ,i. it i tio .1 t.,
    the public printii ng to Il' ,,'w ,
    splnM ible )lt hier JI'lT<",,' ittni. .,11
    hardly proofs thatO Iwh 4 1\Ii"ni
    meekint the iWest intervsts f tih imI
    pie. Times Unioni

    lI:1 Thet~i.t~I~rMi. li Kind Yoe tHave Always Sought
    11,111111Y wq'11 \~li C"114,to Bears the
    .1 I : u i ii li ~ 'i' ~ ~ V i l ( ''116 M O S i g ni t t u r 0 of


    A Cup of White Hoeusoe r ui
    Reca and Java Cefole
    is what goes straight to the
    every man at breakfast time, and
    one knows that only good grocer
    good coffee. We take special
    our brands, as they have mall
    store famous. Just as good di toti
    fee we sell are teas, whieb, (lfa
    holds good throughout bur entrle
    We sell nothing but the bett of
    producta-those we have tested
    selves, and so can stand by thn. ,
    J. W. CoLUic, GrocerI

    Electric Lights and Poweri,

    , 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 mustbe 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 Servic

    as soon as sufficient orders can be obtained
    from consumers for Electric Motive Power,
    Heating, Cooking, Ironing, Fans, etc. Mr.
    C. H. ELL IS, Superintendent of the Electric
    Light Plant, will be pleased to furnish any
    information desired. Give hint your orders
    and report to him any defective service. P.
    * O. BOX 472. .

    GILMOKE b& DAVIS CO., (Inc.)




    We buy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle
    man's profit. Our prices are right. See us and be convinced.


    City Electric Light

    go YELARV -,

    W. D. Pratorlus,
    Parieral Director

    Licensed Bmbalmer.

    000 go au N.

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    J. W. D8OMILLY9


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    wad eaynd A d

    W.yA. F10. O 0

    f t ta eerdesasr nabher
    Ud 1l hw a w filed sai mM atin.-
    NW a and mae om I tax
    te"ese 1 is accord'"" w" sa law. B sM
    I embraes the tmwkW d=Rlzpop.
    l'7 taLsame Ls State of liersa, to.
    merelov b I ck I M Qek nbwo
    m rplat. recorded T deedBook

    Sdts samid wesnlat the e- toel
    Uskess sm eartmeoteo sall be so.
    asodingb to law, tax dead will Iessue
    SI the M da o August A. D. 117.
    Owtsa 1Mt5u. aow seal this 11th
    / oIZ*1. 2M7.
    HENRY T. VIfL.
    rCireult Court. Lae eaear

    .~, 2U of APPMestlsnfor Ta.Deegie4 I
    374 a goad= thea"em
    of to I ~ e W ri6n5
    1~T~1 RF kEZU qffG= =TAT A~rTHU

    S iAM Oad N m t3 tdats of the
    Bg;- selrtlea te& se IL P.
    to law tax ded wlHimss thereon on
    oft fvkj- A.D.lWF.
    sinature and sal this UtK
    D. 1M. W
    *Cire tt C ourt ase kooty
    NOTICE of Applatlion for Tax dead. wen in
    Aeoerdanee with Sestlons 74 sad'r aofthe
    ' Geoneral Statutes of tim State f Florida:
    SBarm eau. srebasr of tax efftieate num-
    br.dted Julyrd. A. D. 1906 has filed said
    c rtifeste In my ooe and made appliatelon for
    tax deed to IM in aeco with law. Said
    a eftifiat embraoss the folowimsedeescribed prop-
    = ty. situate in Leon coun, stat o& Fid
    towt: The middle one-third runl oat and
    wet of lot No. seven (7). as erplat rsordedin
    ft deed book Z page *00. in the north east uarter of
    S. e north t quarter of seontwo in town-
    p one (1) south of rane one (1) wt, contain
    Igr one-third of an acre more or les.
    S Te said land bela~ aseswd at the date of the
    S iauanes of said ertieo tn thte nameof Bettle
    S Astin. Unless si earteate shall ie redeemed
    S. aeirding to law. tax deed will sse thereon on
    I t the Uthday f August A.D. 17.
    Witness my of~ al signature and mil this llth
    &dy eo Jly. A. D. 1T.
    r [lerk Citeit Court. l~, le mu Ua
    t O tCa Applieation for Tax DeA Oiven t
    A n es with setih s 4 9 TS et the
    General Stt tes of e tahtee of

    i he east h516 d &oflbslmhovm quais *
    thaveow and the amdioam&um

    0 @we" &web of the
    of mid 4wn*eof SimAL.

    10QT ja f Tu UsbiGiveIM.
    ;m e. to hm **aAndwo ins*

    mle, .i.aD.


    WHEREAS Under apd by virtue of an
    act the L]i-latw of te State of
    a pove Aw 19, 17, and bepln
    Cha r U of theL o rlda, and
    a o under and by e or aen act of the
    S nature of the State ofo rida., ap-
    proved June 8, 107, and being Chapter
    5656 of the Laws of la ria. the City
    eox il of the City of Taflaas&ee, did, on
    t 11th day of July. A. D. 07, pass, and
    the Mayor of aid City did approve the
    following resolution to-wit:
    A Resolution decarlh that it is expe-
    dlent for the City of Tuahabssaee to make,
    construof and put io *omeration a Water-
    works Plant. or to purepnae or lease, or to
    acuioe by the exorcie of the right of
    emnldt pomaen an = much Plant, and to
    onl arg, extehd and Improve any much
    Plant so purchased or leased, or acquired
    by the exerclte of the right of eminent
    domain and to Issue bonds of said City
    for making, constructing and putting in
    operation a Waterworks plant, or for pur-
    chasng or leasing or acquiring by the
    exercise of the right of eminent domain,
    any such Plant, and for enlarging, ex-
    tending and improving any such Plant so
    purchased or leased, or acquired by the
    exercise of the eight of eminent domain,
    and providing for the subalalluon of the
    question of the ratification of such Reso-
    lution to an election of the qualified voters
    of said City under the provisions of an
    act of the Legislature of the State of
    Florida, approved April It, 1,07 and be-
    ing Chap. S of the Law ofi Florida
    and also under the provisions of an act oi
    the Legislature of theof the ate of Florida
    approved June 3. 1907, and being Chap.
    .an p of the Laws of Florld: be it
    Resolved By the City Council of the
    City of Tallahassee, as folownt
    Section 1. That It ls expedient for the
    City of Tallahassee to make, construct
    and put In operation, or purchase or lease.
    or acquire by the am oere of the right of
    e0=1ent domain, a Waterworks Plant for
    obtain, ditributiam fgd furnishing wa-
    1te f AM th t u t of hM City and its Inhabi-
    tants and uch e tb consumers as may
    require and pay for the same, either the
    purchasing or Ieaing, or acquiring by
    .exer se of tht right of eminent do-
    man. any such Waterworks Plant, to-
    tether with the extension. enlargement
    and improvement thereof to be construed
    as one purpo-.
    ec. That It s also expedient to ilaue
    bonds of said City of Tallahassee for th*
    carrying out of an of anyone of said purposes.
    which the said city may hereafter deter-
    mine to carry out, of the amount of Sev-
    enty-five Thousand Dollars. Principal.
    Sec. 8. That the question of the ratiO-
    cation of this solution, her and the adie
    is, hereby submitted to the registered vot-
    ers of said City of halahasae, residing
    therein at the time of the election herein-
    after provided for, and to be called and
    held for shch purpose, and shall, at the
    time of such election, have resided In the
    State of Florida one year and in said city
    six months Immediaely preceding such
    election, and who may own real estate
    therein, and shall have paid their taxes
    for the year then las4 due thereon. A
    majority vote in favor of ratification shall
    ectablinh the right of the said city to ex-
    prcise the powers a to fany one of the
    purpoter o ratified, and to issue bonds
    for the name.
    efec. 4. The Plection upon such issues
    Hall be held an the thirteenth day of
    August. A. D. 1907; and D. B. Meginniss
    i hereby appointed appointedand directed to regs-
    ter all electorn of said city poabessing the
    neoseary qualifications. and he shall open
    the registration books for such purpose
    on the thirty-first day oi July A. 0.
    1107. at the Council Cha mber, in the City
    Hall In paiu City and Ahall keep the
    aame open each day. Sunday excepted.
    from o'clock A. M. to 1 o'clock P. M.,
    and fnom 2 o'clock P. M. to 6 o'clock -P.
    M until the seventh day of August A. D.
    167. Inclusive thereof, and he shah rag-
    inter In a book to be provided for such
    purpose, the names of all persons who
    may be entitled to vote at sbch election,
    and shall apply for registration.
    Sec. 6. That Oeo. W. Saxon. Mao. 3.
    Lewis and J. D. Cay. of sMid city. be, and
    *re, hereby appointed inppectore of such
    election (one of whom hall act as Clerl),
    and In case either of them shall fall or
    omit for any cause to act. the place or
    places of the person or persons falling to
    oat may be filled by electors at the polls
    on said election day. Such electors shall
    take and subscrlbe an oath or affirmation
    for the performance of their duties as
    is provided a to other municipal clotions
    In mald city. The polling place of maid
    election shall be at the Council Chamber
    afo0e!ald. and the polls shall be ope.
    at o'clock A. M. and shml remain opn
    until sundown on mid thirteenth day of
    August A. D. 1907. during which 1me a
    rEcs of thirty minutes between the hour
    of 12 o'clock M. and I o'clock P. M. shal
    be allwd. during which time the ballot
    box sall remain In the poNsesmane of at
    least two of such Inspeotnrs.
    Nee. 6. The ballots to be used at such
    eletien shall *II be alike and prunted in
    plain type In tralghlt lnes upon plain
    white gper of euch thickneM that the
    peintin- thereon cannot ho distinguished
    from th back Ihereof and shaD have
    Erinted thereon the following words and

    Cit' of Tallahaasse,
    Aiugust 1th. 1907.
    Making. Constnruting and Putting
    In Operation, or Pur.h~sint or ieias-
    Ing. or Aoqulrng by the Fserclse of
    the Right of Imlinnt Dxxmaln, a
    Waterworks lgant. and nRnuarging,
    ExteO41ng anf ImprovlnEr any such
    Plant -i Purdinusad. ,l eas'd or Ac-
    quired hy the Ernerrise of the RIght
    ff Illlhtot Domaln. either th pinr-
    chasing, leaing or ar'riirtnp hv the.
    OVi-reeM of thb right oif emianint do-
    lajn. Wf at waterworks plant to-
    IWti4W, tth the exten iOn. evlqt,.-
    S Improvement thereof to be
    ond 4r the-IdM city to the aMmunt
    nf ---tyIve Thousand Doilars.
    Prtm-, Ifr amy one of such p"r-

    Wlakiqe. (olruoting and Putting In

    - iuleorcis of time
    Oma Wate
    A t a



    of your new rig as yow are If you o|-
    tailad It here. Lot of marriage satis-
    fation .hereabouts! WIt our effort a
    advertiaing to call ands e for yourself
    what a superb stock of vekcles we
    have to show the good pe of Talla-
    hbame. Come in any lay.
    Don't l yo rowing old
    and uglayjst because your mirror is
    soted and discoloredJot ft it nicely
    rslvered at J. E. TheF' Purniture
    Store and see what an Improvement it
    will make In your appeiagse. 20

    What's tUse
    Painting at all If it is not done to PRO-
    TECT your property and your pocket*
    either? We don't think so-THAT'S
    tha reason we make

    Davis' 100 per cent

    S Pure Paint
    For sale by
    Taus ,ee. - Flrida.

    Ur leasi tor
    ring to wets in

    40i uttint o. e W

    larlt d Impo lnl

    following tt on the rhballot f
    It or t ee exel ae
    wor s t Withthe ext a

    one~eel de (r Fte against the ratilfca-
    tion of shall make a sim-
    ilar mark eg( to the left of the word
    "No" I mtataemnt on the bal-
    blot of aetobe vo thed on be-
    fore oting. ri al
    any allm s hrat th tll. teh

    lot between W1 ad Ye" "nd "Nowit

    wherever tner aeu and the next prece-
    ing word va -aco su ent to permit the
    making of e so ia Int the ratifica-h
    ballot shall bae eur bnches wide and nix
    tionSec. l to shall. ate close
    of arthe a o to canahe left (the vote
    cast at sh lotion a nd having done

    sor shall ot n y s the roneult of such
    election set swl "Ye and "Ncertificate
    wherever toe te ,and th.r next prdc**-

    ng wordupcate tat Ient word written ahe
    bafull length, the wole number of. votes
    cat n fvor of hee rafcation of this
    resolution as to the questions herein In-
    volved. I8.ncluNg tt of hbeall at tissue lofe

    bothends, and th canvas the number of vote
    cast aga st thA ratlon of this reng done
    so, shall oqudr r e ofresult of such to
    th questions and a Involved. Such cer-
    ticates In favor o ne by each Inspec-
    tor aned solutionhall be eaionshed up rein n-
    volvrte and endorsed so the
    returns of Buk elaeton, and one of much
    certificates so -hled Up, shall be deliv-
    ered by one of their number without de-
    lasto the Mal of said City and theou-
    other to th C of the ofCity Concil, and t
    the Mayor shall C bed b all d eliver the-
    same to th ity Council at a meetn a
    thereof to be held on the dfourteenthe day
    of August, A. Do. 10?, between the hours

    returns f an d cause ofuch cehin
    cates to b o ad one of them toa bel.i-
    entered upbyon th number wiof those meeting.
    layc to the Mayor of said city and theal

    issue a p'oelamation, giving notice of
    the tim the Cand p f plae itof ouch election
    which proclamao Chall be piubliver thed
    saone of th e ere t of uncil at a meetin
    least four A. D. between the houra week.
    M.resolution all ubllshd and ounclshaudedll
    nope such potlain.aueuchcertif-

    eec. 10. It babe the duty of themeet
    City Coundil to ust e to be prepared and
    Ie.9 .The. Ilaef r ofsi M d citnyoshall

    to takeall pr opera atl for carrying out
    uch election and the purposes of thison,
    which pn to asi t the published In

    ei resolution
    one ofdthe on th"trteofsn city oar at
    lust foul, D.oo90 tthe wk, once a wmek,

    Pedn the Cty Council of the Cithy of
    inTals Florida, on July11, A. D.
    1ee. It te A.till be the duty oSI Rthe
    city COUtoPreident of City reCoured ancil.
    prontApproved: W. (or. Mh elNction andJR.
    tA. tke WILLIAM teps for carryninporu

    Myuchr of td citand. thdo issue e pthiurposes my prothc-
    lamation, and Aerey give notice that pur-
    Tlorda, andloridl a.ld eonJ an election
    will be hald on the thirteenth day of Au-
    t. A. D. 107 at the Council Chamber.
    hours stated in said resolution upon the
    n by the voter poent ofin the qualifi-.
    prprovided n such W.MINTOH.e aid eleR..
    Attest: Mayor.
    City Clerk.

    thereof to ber. eondr, W. M. Returns thereof.,
    made and ballot to he as provided Inpur-
    lad resaolutond and 're r)lnu ton an electionW
    wlDon be hateld on the thirty Citn of Tallahaee,
    renth day ofJul07. A. Ithe. 1907.Aounc wilneha myr,
    Stheof said city., during the
    Duly attevoted l tpoe'(nn C th "lrk. here-
    unto set a ond ted affix t and the Inspectorl
    abthereof to .nd. the returns thereof
    (me and ballot to I rovdedIAMIn

    of Citid city. ('rk

    Cit y ('l,.rk.

    on Monday, te lftk day of A st D A. D. IM,
    at the hour df twelve m oao, at the oeurt
    housso der, Ittn of Lson m
    ty, Florida, b F s a
    ropty, teowit: Oa trtT"E bves w
    re-box owilsr on skdM lid en the pp-
    ertyof 8. Peter Herq4,df la t9w above
    This 6ith day of Jrly. A. DI. O
    t19- sIlea ty.,Frla.
    Lea Sweer I
    A large, light dun steer Isa strayed or
    stol-en. Any Information leading to his
    recovery wi be rewarded.
    A. D. BYRD,
    19-2w Tallahagsee, Fi.

    Print and Prosper.



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    Thi- d6 F Ju LA, A. Ari
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    e.t= -a ma etf VT. sad Da.v with
    eanto. valht ,. Payable "at th rt
    Nata ank, Tllaham Florida.
    (B1mes) RAYwoND Cay.
    OmAmLa A. CAY.
    & &. PUIP44
    This 5th day of July, A. D. 1M7.
    Clerk of the C-ttit fourt- Second Judicial Cir-
    culit, lAos OsMaty, Florda
    Circuit Court,
    L-en Cunty: FieridmI l-st

    For.-----ys.and 9emAl eals.

    Ykhpompfnra* and .crm.wcWy

    Coro-trorr .Afrnation.

    No. 7. Date, Allthe time Amt..........

    The above 1I to be had at

    R. W. cobb, Drug co.

    East side of Monroe St.


    Centrally located near Capitol

    and everything the best. .

    RATES, $1.oo PER DAY.


    hinles cost $7.00
    square in place.


    cost $4.00 per square in place.

    For tlnnnatlon and sample see

    Hardw Co y

    16 -



    Sworn to and subsribed oe o thiM
    of July. M .1II

    u.ALI .

    Uwde under sestan 14 Mrl

    mtohseet sfee tahasen

    Tetal Tax Year 1wN..........--....*
    Amount paid to June 1st. 11i-........
    Bala e................. .....
    General Revenuo........... ..
    AL't paid to July It. IM... .
    Behoo. ..-------
    Am't Paid to July 1st 1s 1... .U.
    ..-.............. ..-........ :' ,'

    A't al to July 10t. 6I M..

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    If...... ... m ad ... o....
    Am't Paid is fair 1, 14.-

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    10Wh before
    We eaRm mf"
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    is~ ~. S. capaull


    ,Tt TRUE 3iTeICWMX. Ucnilw es" ,
    ja s e Ceu attakr. 1Sas. Trveep Will Ne1 1 o 0 "
    ND VRY VYWAY DAgwINW Uveto 0 t9 ,10
    Bi .-- ...-- -- Tallaheseo, July 4 -TW
    Lett Iad ArhAbI, offielal order has been iaspd r JW -
    siuise 5- .6 .ad dt h tantOnmal fostr
    B?101 ?p Sttee of Florida, jua amI'
    Office, Tallahalse, H 1, l.
    1. At the .s gatl. f ti WWr D-
    s mo apartment, and 6
    o climatie sad m tt0 i Zob-
    -t oi tainn during ir mo p'ast a t tdo
    locations of tsveral te C d t
    bES', fortificationo a 8 thse sesat of rm
    ai t. it has been to postpone th.~ t
    BS FL.tem.., nual tour of A exersies of the 9 -
    wont wm Si MonS. ida Stabh T.p = anoomanie t of
    M~aloMi.which was n lan Genral Onlrder No.
    he .N MI ,. current series from this office e,
    The date upoh which these exelrie.s
    to eacmh week will commence will be published in late
    hiMs so. orders, but will not be earlier than Oc-
    Wai"o w. tober 15, 19(7.
    i e a'ir now", 2. The second annual rifle oompeti-
    inuJa s e1:li-hti. tion of the Florida State Troopa, pro-
    vided for under paragraph 2 of General
    U X"H'.-in Wo",, Nt'" ,n ai'y. Order No. 10, and by General Order No.
    Of laterest ta Veterans. ;3, current series from this office, and
    ,as announced in the official program
    Broward, Comptroller Croom prepared and issued by the Florida
    Steaurer Knott, comprising the board for the promotion of rifle prac-
    Pension Board,'have issued the tice, is hereby postponed and, instead
    circular letter to the clerks of of being held July 15, will commence at
    It court, which will prove of 19 o'clock a. m Monday, August 5,
    to those already drawing pen- 19W7
    as well as thome who had made' The list of events, rules and general
    tion for pen eisons but whose conditions will be the same as pre-
    had not been acted upon prior to! viously announced except that, upon
    nment of the new law. It will; conclusion of the Statecompetition, the
    that the latter are required to members of the team selected to rep-
    aew applications on blanks now resent Florida in the national match
    obtained from clerksof thecircuit will be required to) remain upon the
    Tallahassee, Jun. 2, I' range at St. AuK utine for practice up
    to the time of their" leaving for Camp
    Clerks of the Circuit Courts of Perry, Ohio.
    S tate of Florida*: By command of the Govornor.
    nlmoen.-The new pension law, I J. CIIaOtIo) R. FOsTER,
    aM00 of the laws of Florida. Major-General, F. S. T., Adjutant-
    ad May P2th, 1ig7, provides that General.
    drawing pensions under pre- .. ... ..
    acts of the legislature of Florida State Treasurer's Report.

    graied and entitled to the oenqnts
    L"t. Under this provision the
    tf pensions has already graded
    Slammed all the pensioners on the
    They will be paid under the
    r W from May 29th, 1907. No ap-
    sOln will therefore be required
    I those who were on the pension
    the time of the passage of the
    IWM. All that Is required from
    Sfa one isr l a quarterly vouch-
    l usual form, but the amount of
    aision should be left blank in such
    as that It am be filled in here.
    $ pron deelring pmrions who
    t o th pension roll (0. ., re-
    Ma pension uon an approved
    prior to May 5th, 1907, will be
    t make application according

    e B. BROWf ARID Governor,
    A. CROOe p on ptroller,
    W. V. KNTB State Treas.,
    Penaion Board.
    A Prsjveeem PFsew&
    I allowing from the Lakeland Sun
    S eye of the Tribune's editor
    .and fell pat in the current of

    The monthly report of Hon. W. V.
    Knott, State reasurer, filed with the
    Governor, shows balance in the Treas-
    ury to the credit of the several State
    and Educational Funds at the close of
    business June 81, 1907, as follows:
    General Revenue Fund... $ 97,5N8.15
    One Mill School Fund. 47,460.75
    Pension Tax Fund 316,784.82
    State Board of Health Fund. 88,267.09
    Principal of School Fund
    (Unlnvested).------------ 4,002.94
    Interest of School Fund .. 892.19
    Principal of Seminary Fund
    (Unlnvsted) .. ........ 4,957.06
    Hire of State Convicts Fund 66,97.64
    Indian War Claims Fund... 25,000.00
    Drainage Tax Fund..... 4,880.57
    Aricultural College Fund.. 1,412.74
    White Collea Morrill Fund. 507.42
    Colored College Morrill Fund 1,10.87
    Hatch Experiment Station
    Fund .-..... -.. 1,911.16
    Adams Experiment Station
    Fund .....- ..... ..... 2,680.54
    Interest of Seminary Fund 87.90
    Blind, Deaf & Dumb Inci-
    dental Fund.. -...... 82.82
    Experment Station Inciden-
    tal Fund........ .... 447.46
    Florida Female College Inci-
    dtal Fund. __ 1.00.98

    IJ a pleasure to tho of us who Proceeds of College Property
    utn our shoulders the burden of Fund.... ........ 10.27
    and publishing the weekly news- Colored Normal Contingent
    to note the marked improvement und ........ 2.23
    weekly press throughout our University of Florida Inci-
    mts. We well remember during our dental Fund 1.26
    newspaper experience some eight
    mIne years ago, that the neatly Total $664,10186
    and ably edited paper was -.^. ,
    lsly in the minority, but times has I Niss N r's Law Party.
    i--d, the state nas developed, and tihta
    newspaper fraternity has more than Notwithstanding the threatening
    pace withthe growth and progress weather last Friday evening, about
    lOW beloved Florida, and today there thirty young people gathered at the
    r many scqre of weekly newspapers residence of Hon W. M. Holloway and
    S par of the state that are ably there took carriages to the suburban
    and that reach perfection in me- home ot Hon. W. V. Knott, chaperoned
    I make-up. In Florida's jour- bv Mr Jack Mabry and Miss Ethel
    field we find many men who IHolloway. Arriving, they were wel-
    th pen with unusul fluency and corned by their young hostess, Miss
    y, and to us it is a real Irealt Ad Moore who, with her parents, is
    p oeure to read the large numbi.r a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Knott.
    changes received weekly A 4 the carriages drove through the
    ,marcely a week elapse. that there is gat, tieir way was lighted by a huge
    atalnel a notice in one or tihe waterniln made into a grotesque
    I of the Florida papers of some adi- '"hiek-o-lantern," while further on
    to its staff or Improvement to itm numerous Japanese lanterns threw a
    t, or else of some special edition soft radiance over the smooth lawn
    t to issue in the interest of Its where the gueNta were assembled.
    ty or community. Taken as a iThe lrat feature of.the evening'npro-
    the improvement in the press of gram was the writing of rhyming
    State, in every particular, has been verses on "Lhe watermelon." Space
    mental. Florida has every reason unfortunately prevents the publication
    0 proud of and thankful to the earn- of thee poetic com>. but we learn that
    It a .i fearless men who, while accept- they rejected great credit )upon the
    i tft remarkable advantages offered i State University and the College for
    their fertile and progressive tate Women. .
    ir faill to do their utmost to make The judges appointed for the occa-a.
    Mi progressiveness still more marked ion were MIss AliceApthorp and MemnrP.
    d effective. Tumpa Tribune. Albert J Roberts and Clifton Gtwynn,
    . Jr., and awarded the head prize, a
    lBtter Bathing FactItltes. andsomely bound copy of pem. to
    S,, Mr. Suther Holloway and Miss Nell
    3Bathing facilities at l'anacea Springs D)avip, the couple who seemed to po,-
    H be the best on the Gulf Coast sea a larger portion of the divine fire
    in the next few days. A large salt than the rest, while they endeavored to
    bath house and walk uUt to it is console Mr. Jack Mabry and Miss
    being rapidly pushed to completion Ethel Holloway with an elegant water-
    large force of hands, and the bhi melon for their inability to express in
    at theo springs has been contiected language the beautiful thoughts that
    is t nowin m operation. The salt thrilled their inmost being, at the sight
    I g awill nout be finished beforu the fruit.
    of next week Then the bathing Refreshments followed, of which the
    Uts at this resort will be the i"Nst weary brain-workers partook with rel-
    Stie Gulf coast. ish, and then nought a healthful change
    . of employment int plying "Meal part-
    rhae Oere isthe slightest indication nf.'u m"andtdlan ying 'tea part
    n I gell tion, heart burn, flatulence or rel." .Thee amusements woud up
    by form of stomach trouble take a threl. "The'. anm dnt* wount up
    l Kodl o-casaioKall and you will th ev ning. ands Wrm nghts to the
    tlrded omL pt r-el f. Kodo Iu a hostess were mn lned wit thanks for
    dotv table aid and con-. the pleasure all had enjoyed in such
    the uie und in a hlithy atom- over- lowing measure.
    Kodo difets ~hyat you eat, Buggy umbrellas in the most popniar
    Sour footd do you god 0Sold_ y' colors-buff, bottle green and dark
    Is ru t. blue; something nie*. Saee tm eat J.
    arijbe to The True Democrat. D. Cay'. 7

    Dba City ft eompU in~q/
    Oak and work th
    -at h dai ia its behalf,D
    lay marime w h isa o fu
    9a01e andsadtea-fble truth
    with sledge mer force
    Serves reW& on in the anm
    pre. TM ~w some of the
    =n so in s ofUthe towns
    violate tq iprocal ob
    twee tihe pesper and
    nitr in which it Ibpublished is
    tlderstumd or make consistent
    normal sew of fairness and
    Te Trm Democrat put the case
    rare fore& and clearness.-Live Od
    A eansine, clean, cooling,_ soi ,

    bore, cut., scratches, bruises,
    bites, aid sore feet it is unequal" .
    Good for Plles. Beware of imIt
    Get DeWitt's. It is the best. Soldby
    All Druggists. *
    "It is a great deal -.asier to do that
    which God gives us to do, no matter
    how hard it Is, than to face the respor.
    sibilty of not doing it. We have
    abundant assurance that we shall reo-
    ceive all the strength we need to per-
    form any duty God allots to us.'-
    Florida Chrislian Advocate.
    Orchard says he blew up boarding
    house grafts and he was never in Ta-
    lahasaee either. Ocala Banner.
    Bad sick headaches, biliousness or con-
    stipation are quickly relied by DeWitt's
    Little Early Risers. Small pill, sure
    pill, safe pill--prornpt and pleas-
    ant in action. Sol by All Druggists.

    Economy Fence I
    If you intend to do Fenc-
    ing, it will pay y A' to see
    me ifefore purc asing.
    I am General Agent for
    the sale of the Economy
    Perice, and know it to be
    the very
    BEST and

    Can be built for.less than
    15 cents a Rod.
    William Roberts,
    40-tf Centreville. - Florida.

    Jeff. D. Perrell,


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

    A portion of the public
    patronaeje Is solicited
    and satlsfaetlOn guaran.

    J. H. HORTON

    Tinning, Plumbing

    Sheet-Metal Work

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

    Plumbing a Specialty.



    Cough Syrup
    Relleves Colds by working them out of
    the system through apiou:and healthy
    action of the bowels y
    Relieves Cough r y eeanlng the
    mucous membranes of ad throat, lhee
    and bronchial tubes.
    "As pleeset o ie wte

    Children Like ItD

    JOR SALa BY BA335SMITB 00.

    ,1 A t .. W ,, .

    In order to' m for my fi
    Stock I am 'ng imay
    at reduced price . ...


    Resilvering Mirrors

    A Specialty.

    I have a man with me who has here-
    tofore been employed at the works of
    the largest glass manufacturing and
    finishing concerns in this country,
    he can make your old scratched or
    spotted mirror as good as new by the
    same process used at the factory.
    Prices right and satisfaction guaran-
    teed. Give him a trial and be con-
    vinced. -



    J. E. THEUS, Propr.


    Ladies Suits a Specialty.
    Work called for and delivered to any part of the City.
    Membership $1.50 per month. Phone No. 13.

    G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.

    A Public Benefactor.
    What the Thomasville' hlropodist
    ,Is able to Oorrects

    Soft Coma, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
    Odors and Perapirig Feet, Sprainm and Bruises Corrected Without
    Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.

    To The Public.
    Having suffered wrreatly 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 Chiropo of Thomasvile, Ga. Macon Telegraph.
    HENISC HELJ. 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 flnds 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 hands 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-.fve cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.

    Dr. Robert B. Williams,
    Surgeon @hiropodist Masseur,

    Telephone 232. 731 North Madison St. THOMASVILLE, GA.

    Old Kemner Livery Stables.


    C,. SHOEMAKER. Propr.

    Under New Management.


    68 TO 100 N. MONROE ST.





    50 p. cMt, of your Shoe MD by havisn
    A. R. S. TWINE
    Repair 'your Boots and Shoes. First Class .Work. Satisfaction guaranteed. P
    Albo we have in connection with my shoe business the

    Cl ad Preming. First-Class Workmen do this work. Y
    suit mae little umasty. First-Class Taior Repaim and Makes Zbo
    to ft. OM BMamU BDta Cleaied amd Made New. No fake. ll

    No, 342 C MM UI

    , '

    Tembo wNp.-

    I %.M

    I Ac
    ht elhveU it IN What to i s

    Seyes preadve, that bratn-
    human ability that there is,
    bies, or ev.r will be, may
    ,i the soul of that qvery-
    to think of this as the mis-
    are innite possibilities in every
    armhbave it in him to be as
    an Mero, as strateic as Han-
    Pool as Milton, or a mo-
    0s Beethoven.' he may be as
    t as Wah s pro
    as Darwin, or as mat-
    as Mahomet. If there
    y great men and women of,
    they must develop from the
    &frls of today.
    want, to take the chance
    yours of what belongs to
    they had made a notion clerk
    t, or of Moody, or
    of Shakespeare?
    man became great because
    ered In time what was hid-
    is"ide of them.
    .ap the poet Gray put it, there
    and Miltons and Crom-
    Overy country churchyard.
    Is someone thing that your
    Iour girl will be able to do bet-
    aything else.
    what is. If you lay brick,
    may build bridges. If you
    for society, your girl may
    |anufments erected to her mem-
    HR e who gave upher life for no-
    W a. ~If you heal the sick in
    S may heal the sick m
    Syo oow he may lead.
    theboy a chance. -Cincinnata

    8 tid oe e them
    t m Rifles are very ap i-
    the ourtesies extended them
    business men of Tallahassee
    t re oaniation of the company
    Sdfutant-Gederal, Hon. J. C.
    h, ad is assistants, Sergeants
    and Keene, and deire in' this
    Sto express their thanks.
    g ied) BLOXRAM RIPLES.
    r. W. R. Wilson, accompanied by
    MBWMr. Phelps Warden Wilson,
    Slaughter, Mrs.,ces Hl,
    Ia Wednesday for New York City.
    a there the senior gentleman and
    . Hoan will goon toWhite Crow
    , at B nington, Vt. Mr. Wilson,
    I is a life-long resident of Tallahas-
    and oma of her most respected citi-
    k also ranking among her most pop-
    'm-erchants, has been causing his
    st ome anxious hours for several
    Past on account of serious ill-
    16 His malady has been one of ex-
    Spain and discomfort, and it Is a
    |u oof rejoicing that he is now so
    Isavalescent as to be able to go to
    _r climate for recuperation. The
    * Democrat hopes that Mr. Wison
    jntu in the fall entirely restored
    algood health.
    your local paper as a means of
    Your local sales. A great
    eopie never go shopping unless
    r Mod something very especially,
    then they go and get what they
    decided upon at home without
    ever your Stock, or asking for
    t new. Whereas, if they can
    = ortably down at home and read
    attractive article you have
    Mli, they will be glad to get out of
    Sold rules of buying at a minimum
    Pot Pf trouble to themselves. Try
    1ad01 if we are not true profits.
    le friends of Mrs. Nonie Hollinger
    Moebtless be glad to hear a little
    & About that lady and her hereabouts.
    ratert news from her came from
    York City where she is now resid-
    't-ia the fall soe expects to move
    ford, Conn., there she has
    ad position as matron in the
    School for Boys an institution
    My to Yale University
    o the regret of the boys, Mr.
    PedByrd has resigned his position
    of the base ball club, though
    e nd Mr. M are
    eof the team and also
    ks in the pt-oce which
    nagseary for one of t you
    Coleman died at 2 o'elock
    H M leave ea m aa ad

    ~mvad' thei

    - IO~

    ON* ot 00'

    t rames a p

    so mksee 0,m0" a aPi
    -ey ae known -to a_ sen &dem by
    sames whieh signlfy wtagu .Oman"
    winged warrior or wlOfed **eb o
    td seas.

    Although the belotrope a tender
    plant, extremely sensitive to oold. it is
    oe of the best plants ftor eultvatiou
    Indoors. It seems to have few diseases
    and is usually free from Insect ereaies,
    while with abundant water and sun-
    slime and sufficient artificial heat It
    ill bloom all winter long year after
    year dnd is so tenaelous of life that
    when cut down to -* mere satck it
    quickly shoots forth luxuriant new
    wood. In addition to this the more the
    plant is pruned the more luxuriantly it
    blossoms. The blossoms should be cut
    with a considerable length of the new
    wood upon which they grow, and If at
    once fully immersed In water and then
    placed deep In a well Oiled vase they
    remain fresh and odorous for many
    days. The plant is a little difficult for
    amateurs to propagate from cuttings,
    though with plenty of water and sun
    and some bottom heat the young cut-
    tinge quickly root and prosper.
    A Pat RKe0r.
    President McKinley once had an ap-
    plicant for the post of minister to Bra-
    zil who brought with him a petition
    signed by 7,000 Chicagoans. It seems
    that he was a picture framer, and as
    he went about canvassing for orders
    he was in the habit of collecting signa-
    tures to his petition. President Mc-
    Kinley listened respectfully to the ap-
    plicant, questioned him as to his qual-
    ifcationa and finally explained that be-
    fore he could give the matter serious
    consideration he would have to confer
    with the senators and representatives
    from Illtois.
    "You know that we have to select
    big men for thee big places." said the
    president kindly at he bade his caller
    "Won't I be just as big as any of 'eIm
    If I get the Job"r was the retort.
    rathke of the Weather er*.uu.
    The father of the, weather bureau
    service was Increase A. Lapham, a
    modest and retired but ripe scholar,
    who lived in Milwaukee. He was the
    first to note by telegraph the pr
    of the wind currents and storms
    to predict their appearance In
    neighborhoods. On the streng
    weather dispatch from Omahb
    or thereabouts he announce
    storm on Lake Michigan
    heralded twelve hoursalg I l
    its arrival. The frs te
    weather tbreaiu was
    in Chicago. It was e d o 4 le
    innings of Dr. lapliMa aem t 0 *
    tire system of the signal
    based. Dr. Lapham died hO f it
    The Dear, Worm Hi
    Few things are capable' ngMiWag
    one with a deeper sense of'atSW *an
    the hrunuken. blue veined bhd e atone
    who Is near and dear. Nateag rings
    a sharper paa. of forebdfi aend a
    harder lump in the throat hem first
    time It strikes us that #0 o hand
    that soothed our chilA pfs and
    griefs and has gladly we! awray its
    softness ahd beauty H f -vice is
    thin and withered, 4 I e relins
    that stand out like when It
    lies at rest. Such a 440|t to look
    more beautiful to th4Mlf woam It has
    tolled, whose suffer i i g c,,harmed
    away, than the fali ever mod-
    eled by a sculptor. A

    Thiak the I
    Lccordlng to a
    ence among the
    which Bow town
    thitherward by
    oceaua tumble,
    hollow which,
    rates our i
    Their author
    Is the "UI
    work, writ

    Hope. Ot ao
    port ha" hb.
    beat at

    leIIf in ePxit-
    all waters
    h are- drawn
    rated by the
    through the
    hlleve. IjuP-
    le to polle.
    rious belief

    e and tras-
    Slike a cor
    sBua& Ralam&*
    Nses, OW
    osom for hil
    ? .' ,

    Tub. ~p.

    haIrs, '1.

    (aAss~s' u1

    eas" at he
    61" aset In ga

    beumot and we, p-ll Ct sech
    ot to the deeata ti irace and
    courtesy that tbhe e in a sacra-
    Sent of friendshp..

    When the area ad hees of
    surface are take Well bre
    the bolargmo t coand ws Ia by any
    oovertnmet on the wr thoee put
    into circulation by Swedea Luring the
    enxtee th century. Ts- mammoth
    pieces are neither romita, square, oval
    nor octagon In shape. but are great Ir-
    re n tlhear labMsAo inche of a
    "rfaembling plece of a boiler after an
    explosion." The maet pace issbyanued
    under the law which aeotbs d thi gi-pt
    gantic colnate was an uIregtlar rectan-
    gular slab of about twelve eqare inch-
    es of surface and about half an Inch
    thick. It was worth 30 cen~s. The lar-
    gest of the same series was about a
    foot square and had a face value of $4.
    Each of these copper slabs to stamped
    in several places on the face. the vari-
    ous Inscriptions giving the date, denom-
    Ination. etc. The four dollar piece men-
    tioned last above is nearly an Inch In
    thclkness and weighs four pounds, lack-
    lug a fraction.
    01-amtie Uashwarmu.
    The giant of the earthworms is
    creature of Australia known to th
    dentists as Megaseolide austral -
    though It is a monster, ftrm
    six feet In length and bftm
    and three-quart er inches l
    to as harmless as o ur
    worm, which It much In
    color and bodily t our
    common 0 lew nbe re-
    moved from it S Pat
    difficulty. It ap aure'
    body be with
    the Intent a Ito sln-
    Mous b ter o likely
    to be l ase the worm
    can bo4 .of hib den until
    his b two.

    Sn a rural district In
    d become too feeble to
    I| dutiee as minlater's man
    edigger and had to get an as-
    The two did not agree well.
    after a few months Sandy (the bee-
    died, and Tamman had to perform
    last service for his late partner.
    minister strolled up to Tammas
    while he was giving the finshingbl touch.
    ee to the grave and casually remark-
    ed, "Have you put Sandy weel down,
    iTammas?" "1 hevy tlint, ir." said
    Tammas very decidedly. "Handy may
    get up, but he'll be among the hfmd-
    Wty B**vrly Was CalIea *seeewS.
    The town of Beverly. MIIn'.. was set
    off from the town of Maltin more than
    200 years ago. About that time,. It la
    said, a schooner with a full cargo of
    beans entered that Iort. This supplied
    the whole town with th.h:II; bence the
    name given to the Inhabltants. "Bever-
    ly Beaners." In 1087 the town of Bev-
    erly voted to luipose a tax of 10 abil-
    lings on all future abwsent--s fpm town
    meetings. In 1754 twenty-.itht slaves
    were owned In the town. The flrst
    Sunday school in AIIlerlic was estab-
    liahed in Beverly In i1141.
    A|Mnmils md Pir .
    A corre|ponde1t furni'4e4e to a Lon-
    don Journal sonhe curious lunstances of
    the apparent lack of highly deveteyed
    powers of feeling palu In anaatle. He
    has, be says, seen a sparrow abot ylyng
    fall to the around and in lets than two
    minutes begin picking up gralas that
    happened to be lying near it. On an-
    other occasion a tame rabbit waa de-
    prived by a spansel of Its tall. bore ad
    all. It took not the *llghtrut notice of
    its loee and began feedtg against diret-.
    ly It returned to Its butch.
    A mss'UIsma Emegra,.
    Prom continental Europe comes the
    story of a burglar who left the follow-
    tag note pinned to the pillow Imn a sa.-

    donM he ad ransacked: "In the BMbe it
    ayA. 'Lead us not Into temptOton.'
    Tea and your show 'of weath tempted
    me and I fell, though an honest work-
    imamn. Therefore you are the sip
    ar, sot 1. S.p"t before It W b
    tote." -



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

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




    ring or a we
    care in seleoti

    are watch^ hair
    ments, sterling silver
    plate ware for table use.

    P. T. NICHOLS(
    I ""* m

    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 City of Tallahassee, Fla.
    on the Quincy Road. Large dwelling house surrounded
    by beautiful shrubery an 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 l
    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, getting over $1,500;
    and 200 barrel, made into Cider to be distilled ind make
    Pear Brandy; 480 Pecan trees.-over half of which have
    commenced to bear; about 2000 grapevinea', reveal scop*
    pernong arbors, and all sorts of other fruits. .
    Alldirections given for the makl0i of the different
    wines which have been shipped f the place and made
    the name of San LuB Vineyard amous all over the
    This place is only offed ftu aeI r a limited time.
    Price may be had upen mpplto.

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    If you question it, come in, we'll knock your doubts into smitherenes. We like the trade of
    people who feel that money is not made to be squandered, who insist that every penny must do
    its work.
    We are neither too busy, too vain, nor too independent to acknowledge the existence of com-
    petition; but when you compare our qualities and our prices with those offered you elsewhere, we
    are benefitted and you gain.
    Is it a buggy you are thinking of? Don't wait until you actually need it. Come in and look
    over our line. We have them in all varieties and at prices to fit your pocketbook. Some with piano
    bodies, others with corning bodies. End spring or side spring gear. With big Comfortable seats
    and plenty of leg room.
    As to catalogue house offers, bring in your catalogues. We will meet or beat their prices.
    Here you see what you buy before you put up your money. We are here to right every wrong and
    they are not.
    Investigate, and that includes a visit to our establishment.

    So o CAY,
    Corner of Clinton and Adams Streets,

    Tallahassee, Florida.

    We*can supply your wants in Harness, Horsb Goods, Vehicles.



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