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8lthememl J the Facts Coal A!gaino (From the Tampa Times.) ow the Late LawyergGevemr Get
ilt M Tte St Freely m tt Deal taht c ndu Nied" os tie Law.
a his on.e Siboard Caw* Railway,
.s W' D ef tNS b esto the idig this city, was killed n In an exceedingly interesting article
rto be U$at a t S, ;ate" in In a letterto ola Journal between Plant City and Dade of considerable length the DeLand Roc-
fo te of Septem be which ith Talla- cy night about o0 eo'cck. ord of recent date gives a stringent
he made nout haisee corre the associate the betweentwo freight criticism of the executive and legal
s a ,m hle hw o i tp" tteir editor of the Sun, writes trains, one Seaboard and tae other ability (or lack of it) possessed and ex.
SI t all ten he interestingly o 0 hin meet- Coast Line. The two roads cross at ploited on every' possible occasion by
limbUAm aP gon nto' eall Vdinspni ing t ine claims O wensboroand the Seaboard train Florida's late Goveanor, W. S. Jen-
to. ot' o 1115penging ofAefonll,.i whih left this city about four o'clock
Ho t Alo., the" T p .t t $IS, for 0bsistence. e Seminole Saturday events was oroceedthn fings.
ttro ,rt N wli e, Ii n befqr, th"te s wars, and the Wal the salre northward. The imineer of the train Referring to the now well-known
nt e U6t e f N wrt whoch O Vibeftred esaid matter appearh g Pensacola was new to this diaion of the road legal (?) opinion of which Jennings was
St Chape ll ere he was an Im t to t yel and i and Conductor Deal was hiding on the the sole inventor, that the Trustees of
SwaithOtt. Whie a o N ofNe saof th &le engine showing him the road. the Internal Improvement Fund posseb
at Chel HI b read lawi also, No1 o it is kept of hi* lhahties Metropolis. Mr. rites As'fol- It is said that owing to a poor or de- arbitrary and exehlive powers and
Ster further prUed ht" wHe personally iovetigates every case lows:, festive headlight, the crow on tile Sea- rights concerning the property belong.
Studies with e firm of iitng that come to It note* That he is l' ThO mmision, of Mr. Knight board lid not knv' when the whole ing to the Fund. and that th people of
iel, inb JackEotfstll., He w ditribot tett of- tltofands of dol- is a tc'ber. wii ho only with Coast line train hl psud, being mis.- Fioriia, nor their legislative repreont-
t6 the barat Britola i e I abou fhe ta dllsgh arin. the a rival ofe lal ubs~stence led by flat catrs fIooi' the loeomo. atives have any right raUting thereto
aed to Apal tee oljTiho h' The old man takeb eell delight iri in the d tveand th..|oo>r hull Band itrro. which the Trustee. are bound to re
K^K~n practiee. In la94e wp ad- the novel method he has nit of tnoub fro 180 (usiv eceeded to crash lil th.,aet ine pct, tire Record aptly totes froM
Stoprti before the Bupreme getting rid of his money. 'r hv t Ii, rn 18D t inclsi' e,train with o rriie eff. t.the ~eC.ision of the Supreme Court
es rS e n of th act specialI that the train with leinihe ,,t. t i,(''1011 of the Sipreme Court it
iaf the tat and thevartou Fed. gen little," said Mr. Slimmer, wh,.n a, ,. h od Everybo. 1 on ehoc Siboard locomo- I l- case of Hawkin. vvs. The Trustd
He is a sucoessffl lawyer asked the signtfeance of the rambl et.s )t testimony i o *oWile' b ive. except .lnoln, tnr Deal ampedt :.1 F IR. Rep., 405>, as f.llowas
in political life s well. about the State. 'What does it matt- i t,,, nve'ti ao mi nd 'ea d a lmo excelIt (iout r Deal, butmpd I't Trut, ee., of thel internal i
prison appointed him col- tar to a man who has forty loaves.? '11 t inv.< igati t" n Mr. Deal wasc .a et beneath it ailing ;,r.ov.tm,,nt Fund of the ntate of rl t.
Sc.toims thoe ort of Apa- can actually eat but half 'a loaf. Hi( I,, ..tr.sLlity et'thitnt ara'nd-wa.s, -,V -o. ,ly scalded h> es- idl. cr.at. d by the Act of Janua6ry,
oi October 31, 1889, and he ,giv away two or three. Tell me'\\i t .) t clairls growln t ie In- ca pin stea m l. wreckred ',,, ). 181, (('h-qt,tor610), known as tha e $
1r89 years under that adminis- credit r he to have for giving? A dtl ti : .r ,'Jl" orte Coinc t laipp nings motive that, >,i it,, eck al iut ,a (t a r tal Impnoverment Act, were tfe "
n i 1897 he was again appoint- lar given by a man who has but th;t \.V.: ,ile J`2ue ted o(ortunit ours after,' h. *. ..*.t. eventss oft no State wih saspect to4
,the important position by Presi- one dollar more than a Rockefellir '. \lesrc e nit Durin the tw.. h- w, s p. r:M, Iv \ .f ".dth t Vith property of t'
eKinley. He was district attor- million. b lr' r c-us( of iin(. ist-. conscious, and pt f)r a f .l : t
the Northern district at the, 'I give b'caluse t love to give. I Utln .sy-,t I, (ei tot Of in test menu- at cirst, st r .,. o n thi. lr a ay the
ne of Judge Swayne's, death, have enough lft to eat, enough to t it- ,c )wt vrr ine s t : comm isson o t6rat ional iltiIut i'd tt11,4th rI 1. Iwf 11t 1 rstand tha'ti
position he was #till tillint when wear aind enough to pay my ttavel.n:w t, wr, tv r oo r'n is no i about, him that hi suffr, dno pid 1 '1 r i < lin. with the;rit "
td to the judgeship. expenses. What more do I want'? It t Itnh e te thSs e all, but he knew tha t h co'u'.l not o. tile State, tal ttilat they're
appointment appears to h.ve l, a relief to he relieved from a weit I dif e Wvi S iiat- Ib e arranged v(e t)a:t and snt hit s :i ri..rate, y the L a r
with universal approval through- of gold that impose a consequent c,-. n.:i n i .o uhe wife a mesgd eve nt te rtmondlrt it' evcualen tly handling of the
the district, and this seUtiment i. II se others fentefited, while I am nt ,,t, ,h ., a i.. e ,.uS, ,doos wief me in earnest praytr, ansi ,,tt fu|Ve Ir, ben.efit. with )power toh -
prtly voiced by the followin- edi deriv'" ot what I ned n i a rent b before the end came .lie assured h;s to or tak. n tlhm. by acts of
40mment in the ePensuclad Daily The Strange Feature. i( t1l1. li in w1:r V .siims_, friends among the crew that he1 w: tin. They are the creatures an
Sqf Inat Friday that we gladly 1 1 perfectly prepared to go, and sent ti i i -1 o(f the State, and &ube :
se of it with unqualified indorse- From toh Live Oak Democrat: T1i: M) i.NIAI. o prIeM nil message to his wife.go, and.- I o( the Legislature. Toai
t Wai es claim agdirnt the State of Fil 1, i, ., Ilti t of rocorl tha t ever Mr. and Mrs. Ieal;. resided in this .'iI that ithy havet' the 'u thority tb
t' ; people of Middle ard West id i will not go down; at least, it \v,. ,I't 'L"v, i, rom I l77 to the Jemnn r atd- with Mtv Lea at 707 Jack-on ws'r, ,t th iy m7avy ;:ao' fit and disregard thq
have cause td feel good today. stay down. It is getting back into tin. numi-Li iont t'rhallir'med 'he it tractat The bodyy of the< deiid ,'onductor ..... oI t!h Sti.rte ii that subject is fauIr
e My the people of Middwe and West press, as a live subjject for discus) on, r.,'ll, w tii (',l \V;Uls tfoa If e of if- brought to this cityv %.unday at noon 'i>n y,)nli the i .cnpnrheinsioi n of menof OMuI,
Sbecalse they are the onus most arnd 'ol. Wailes himself is busy .gain itik pr it (,Cnt. o1i thr amounts etilected the Atlantik (7.a;st Iine t'1n, aurl n 't. ,ordtm ry i intelligence 'a
Strictly interested, but ttihe V(iln otf in behalf of a cause which he evi.I. utl trn i ,.-,he .ovrinuont, and 'l it the was met :m I th,' t, by rmrn'bl ,,' Ami the n' I'or also eits.the al
'other sections of the Stat and in other believes to be clearly just uand rii, c l in \vw re rot p i'l until 1ln. thaniKg the Knio.htit of I'vth;;, adnd vet i (; n. Stat Sec. 629), as
States will rejoice to know that in ap- The strnnme feature about it is that e tli titrInings adii.iniiistratlont, : l tiat i eeti's undhrtal.in .rlr. M'1 l ""h lil of Truste*esof t",.o
pinting a successor to the late F((deira Legilature,~haslrefused pernss mi rii t rh I. State l.is p.i,'t.ic.lly .luiith it(i th< I morning t he boily. wa- .4hip)ped toF i' l I riirirv<'mrrnt fund aie re rd to
SJ dge Sway'.e, of the Northern r i district Co)l. WailI's to bring suit against tli.,. ori) inK l cOiIt .i w\\hi|e l adl ui n i thet lrksa on tin' o'cli),'. A'lantw t' l. -rli't'ort to thte ,t l ,isilature of- tate
%H Viorida, Pr.sident ,oos v,';' ,ias ,not IState for ith,' sumn he cl.im., so tIht itil rii'ati )n. tlh.' l-ri 1iture f 9livoting line train, it blin ;,tn.)i l h, \ of Fllrila upon the several mitto
Sonlyrewardedafnithfulul pubhlic'rv.ant,r the facts nmay be reaeintl'd to an it- anat pproptiatio)i ot $2.), fr tine,.t- mn.tnb'rs of the K'- ai'< I' 1th|'hs ,omm tted to their char'n, a&nT4 1 e
bast has placed the judicial ermiine upon i partial jury and a just verdict rendme(l I tilt'ment of t. 'lim a Itf of the during' the iptire i-.- Il was in the other matters aa may iWhdeemtd V
'tieoshouldcrs of a man who i. in Uver' WhIy is such pIermDsion refused if the amouril to ol. and the city. Mr. Desa w ,.s a mlniiml'r of St. in coal e:tion th e." ,
'-'lay pre-eminently qualified for the rc- State has nothing* to fear from a full other to t i K. Beard, Johns budge at Pil''a, nwl Mond.y Many tidditioninai thoNrtt its
I'l.ble trust. investigation of the cast? A recent. w prtpal the hody was received bI this l i~o and citud to den nq4tra~ the all
"While little doubt has existed in dipP ,
tinda of th"peep* as to Ur1p1bfte
outcome ot the judgeship .appoint claim, ai follows: by th,. beneficiarie.and the presence Conductor Deal w'i wcI 'known i
ent, the long delay of the President "'The compensation claimed I'by Col. of, Col. Wailes at th. Staue ltHoaus' pro.- th.' upper part of ti c Aei'ite, whi-re ~he l ('Compri n thel l"ga (f) attitu
settling the matter led sonne to be- Wailes is $161,373..79. While thee mat- senttel tlhe i .ur.' ,f one. who has been family was vet'v w.,'l ,l kiown. wI"- w toi -f! with hii ofAci;tl career i-r
..ieve that he would not allulnt the dis-1 telr is now .rown ancieAt thrnugch a oi-l d'a ;lt. wilh unja.itl t. the common i related to the w!lI kn l .) l'r;ttt f tnilv ('d oejri", the' lRecorI proe'ed.i too COla
trict attorney. iani much recital. it w itl stand ajtiuintt wealth which lin \er'.i ;oi r more than ; of Palat<;t, and il I hb, I ; iiuI'' fitiml,'r -idf, r it. a lppi'ov.il of the Act of 19ii,
*I "Judge Sheppard his ju.t cause. to the State until it is settle J in full. Cu l twenty years, ithO i.ni i ,f whose work iff ti'le(.ds in Tampa. t') : G.p ) 52 ; 0'i. S at. S ;9, 870, 871)
Feel proud oud olt the indors(ment he re- \V:Wles is now old amd w'ill iih impnov- wits the real.z.ttin iYi in. Stt itof $1. 'l'he tritic death ofl I.1 t v ia'i 'I anllt iitd ptiy it r''l-)p' t < tihe liiw)*O
ceived from the hands of the people 0.rishttd, and it is not It pr'il)ble thing l 69,158.6l1, ihe anmoiunt l*,,l esentinrtithl( walS doeulv regre'tt. l l v 1 i I: i \., k)'n tovn,. r ili ti.e fl01l 1,vin;T unique' iod
with whom h lihas lived. Tntugh or that he will live'to reap ththe rewards of' pri ici at and interest ..'' the sum due t himn. and his b'er'e .v. l '.' t\ ,i;. h1 'n ''i :,ii' n u;.e' :
the opposit political faith with the labor. 'But his children nray. The spec- the State by the )ove*i ri''nt and out of; dleep sympathy of' ai I 1 i' 1 l'.n "iini,. ltw provio l<' that all land*,
great major. ily of the people in this tackle is presented of a rnan who was which will come the it t n'tii' to be pAid this trial.. ,i1 to tI e.State of Fl rda un(.er the
btat yet so clean had been his life ccessful aftermany.years of constantit for service and supplies Iurnished dur- Mr. Deal was a rn'il-s n1' Mi-N AI .\n 't "f Cornigress of 18W, known as the
that even his Republican 1 olitic could and discouraging labor in forcing the ing the period reteere-l '!, the payment C..ilnwell, of this eit y,, .ih ill i- I Sw.ian.1 and Overllowed Act for intw-
2I'- not drive from him in the critical hour Government to recognize tne righteous- of which was authoriz. by the last Sister of Rev. W. If. p.tlryv, n.,'Ir p .n!. itvl li improvement, be sold by the Trus-
of his political career the friends he nos of the State's claim of proving ses;,io,. The compenies etnInn cluime n by tor of the Methodict' c(hinrhi hur. tI'.m ,of the Internal Improvement Fund,
S ad made in the ranks of the Demo the claim and collecting the money for Col. Wailes in $163;.:7.( ', -..o o- at n ch tim and under such conditions
Seatic party. And they stood loyally the State. yet who has been unable to BINGURLAtlI 'HARD. Il Ne ery of a Dear Fri*end. aos 'id Trustees may determine. All
S him to the last, demanding f the collect his own pro rata of the amount While th tt From the ;ulf Coist limroz 'roi'eeds shall he by them deoasitod
President that the wishes of he people with the aid of a specific contract and ciert through a n h recital, it Med rt, F.. Au wit\h.the State Treasurer and by him
ver whom the judge would preside the unfettered and hearty endorsement will through ag n I. nuch re talit Medart, Fla.. Au, 'Ilaced to the credit of Lhe county road
shprldibecoesuf ..ted.dandehs...faeorsroadswiltantdoamibtEdtheSteuntildietasoWhertd-,sAlmigty (,0,,iri h,
should be consulted, he Governor, the of the State's highest officials during se t i in ful 'o Wh' e u, i Where Alihty '. it h a d for the u e of con4tructin
^ Secretary of -tate Ind nearly all the the period when tne work wan being aet led n ful n I Hwlp Is owa.0( wine t.eem orow.r,1-1 ,.1-,. reove hard surface roads, to be divided accord-
e. other State House officers at Tallahas- accomplished.". s., and wplt nigh imipoe' r'hed, and it is from our ml. ,inut' ,1 e, f. ,1 'i, iii n to the assessed valuation of the
see, together with the leading Demo-. --- - n pot a rnble thing i he wll live to Horace 1.. Tul ho v ,,,, n.,,.a.. I in perty in the different counties.
eratic attorneys and business men State Treasarer's Report. rea the rewarnis it h 'I or. But his biusinp-s at h W- ,ilnl th 'vtning i'hs bcamnse a law by the signature of
Sth hotthe ditrictav.thePrei- The othl W V hdren mayv o iW'' T" 'etacle is pr'- of Auust n... li7. w..- trock by a (;rverror W. S. Jentnints. If it was
throughout the district, Xav.i the Presi- The monthly report of Hon. W. V. sent', of a'mnan h. hias successful ,I.pi,' ,,'f telli,.r "r,' In, e'Eifildl-ttn a s ,LriorW at that Lei n it wtho rnleets
S dent to understand that the people of Knott, State Trea rer, filed with the aNer many vears ,f '', cltant and dis- in l th; a l a "',r ,ing pon th t me at o ia acth*,.n ren-ecr
,years (ifnc..:. -1an and dim- ititheh IStisea a ewrn rAhd.te ri -a bvhe upont the on al act or r I it t rJ.en-
the Northern Judicial district of Fhoj Governor, shows b.lancn in the Treas- foraging labor in f,,r,'i),l the govern- tractl y hwi I' ah int.o ((nio In
ida wanted Sheppard for judge. And ury tothe credit of ,he several State ment to recogniz.e th, 'hteoune's friwed; anmd rItiv,".- st't-, id h.ied us. If th I the law n', then the
it is also a fact not to be overlooked ,a n ducatid o na l arrt ment o recog. ntth i fahteousner of frir und r vs 'iih h e Tstees of the In-tern1 Ilprovemrsnt
at teC0ofalsesaiactrotie orlookdand educational 8und* at l e the clim and s a miistrig t his wants far Fri in inr t onevariig
S that the two daily newspapers in Judge business August 81, 1907, as follows: collecting the mnv r the State, who, as I'.;il', with petitio-4 to our Fle urdn th..i-of thee lands, if sent in
> Sheppard's district both favored and General Revenue Fund.. $ 18,547.29 al as et been u i,:,l, e to collect his ,,h' F 'h (x r, him to i ther o,. l ..ofth lvnls, ipe io
Shis appoint New. congratulat One Mill School Fund. 81,934 80 pro rata of the amount ith the aid of' h;lth, d .parted thi life at 4:10 o'clock tnt r vn re v
e: Judpe se an g Newsd congratulates Pension Tax Fund 3. u,1 39 a splciflc contract aithi, it unfett .re it o, 'th m(rninfi., August 21, 19 lo t7. l I ,li.v*o" t h st,ie low ar
Judge Sheppad and it congratulates Sta Board of Health Fund 95,542.48 and heatv enorn nrnt ,if the State's ltrac, i a ightholest and Iw. We I lv, toat tu he law and
h peopdile of the Northern district of Principal of School Fund highest ofeinialet curt nias~ tthe, Stale"d t urcft' y, i.4 an wihnthytwo ,annr, I, Wl lni.i -eI ., thlnt atherld
. '. ulu that once morothey are to have (uninvse.) ....... 4,47I9.30 thwork s bnig I,,',,lioh 'i fu, y. g han )nlty twn m ar., .,"i io bel .inl rh. Internal
S ea man to preside over their cmrt. Interest of School Fund 14,419.3 th-e work be av hd.,". aiadd only hien marrnil ,i. ., ., ',,',,,,, ",t F. t i' -.,i) ".'] re usedr. in
* and reared am'nen, the plan, com.r Prinp of Seminary Fund 17,9.40.l9 t$-1.,,u moienth and bult n him a ,n)ri.t; ,ulo ,,,,,,tn'l ,i,,ni .in o' 'ny,. i ,.hrn ates
mon people, rising in life by degrees (uninvested)minar 194. hn. $ Reward, S1W. ,'urtni:t tmd hean to nk.. ',,. ,,o ,e". ,| | rn. ''r,;iures
from tie t Hire of Stoo Convicts F'ul Ixr89 e The readers of '.- t,;,i er will on'hdutis ',o.,f life to m 'r l ., n. u ;it'... ,,,i ,n, Ine like unto
positien which hb occupies today h Indian WarClamm. Fund .00000 pleased to learn th'. r',. is t I ..t- rirn,,t useful alnd ,n;E't i'i't li'. t ',,i, rta'd'.so e rf', ',,.r trust, who are
vro ufeel and understand tho condationl Drainae Tax Fund 43880.67 one ureadtct dirae.-n.' science h;o..h.'il never uni,.,i h"irti.,,i' '.nvih e,',i ,.la;yi re.,nuired,, I, ein'.,'irit and settl,..
S elurrouninR the people who appear bpe.d- t i rtou ral College Fun. 236 62 been able to cure. i, ;, ; i' stage. a,,i s'r'*"i of the ( 'her t ni ,rcth. , hi,,1 nn,,tn. diS' .r,:' J >,r r troast accord-
r feretre bar ofiseourt, and the expe- WhitemColltoe g C l. erih| F 1.498 that is Catare'. f,. i';'- n u;.trrh (, itn,.m'ha H ,,.r P lt.tule,,ar.' I .1,' iriin,,' ,,t llt, v' t i .rth 'i .r n' or.r
ui2me which ho has had will tend to Colored College Morr'iJ Fund l.,8$4.17 is the only poei.ive n,. '. ',,w known to ,,,, biv he wi.i ,' ,,u.... ','1, ern js "f'iu ('e'm' iiinlv hnv
mike him ta greater, purer an4 a more Iteret of dSemnary Fund 1,918.40 the medical fra'e'rmz'. .uarrh being ,'e,, ,roe.tn I, '. ,,, ,, ..... inn,1 ..1, n r t etiaon.ln h.
Impalfial judge-a judge of human nas Hatch Experiment Station a constituUonal ie- *',.uires a c,,< r'. ti ',, tI ,. .itr o, .. ,' ,, ,. ,ti.,'nI in n ..ot".nt '.;' in hr n..
S tre a well aso of the law. aidetundl. 2,11<.94 ttutional t 'tn.e ii. ;o atwrrn a C r P ,- , ,,. ..'' I ,:, ,' t "'' |-,n, why l '., e. I,.t.r,, ,- .,, ,.
S "Again we onratulate yu Judd Adms Experiment Stati,,n Cure i O taken inter ,Ctio direct In a, a ,n,.., ,,. i '. : ,,; ,' ,.lt I te w...l, ,, th
Se rdn may your career Fund.. ... 1,610 3 upon the blood and :., ,- surfaces o ,|,. ,- ,, , ,,,, Itiernal litrmn.,v.'rint .lrt ,hiott th.
tihe bench best ilutlf'rious a'qyur life Exper'meu; ition Incidun- the system., thcr,.', -troiig' thin' .J, ", t .u '' ..'' It n,, :', hIalerd'tr Iane reotad fund,,n In.tow lv ad-
.i the pet hA bee pr The J tal Fund........... 113 foundation of the d,'' .an givin h. , ,, .. vic tourrthe Internall f Inlm|.r.,ene t el-
-lek ermine of a !deral Jud-iecae Florida Femaeoje tdin up thg- e" ,.1 i ..; t ,t ,- he turns il all m.ik t- K,. ,,.,.')n. ,
\. !wtt i oat uflAlIlted power, but the dental Pund -1 .if0t4.4 44 constitutlom 8gd ai.' i nature in dl,)- ,,t t,'s ,.' ml *i,.,',e't, '' ti,.nt I ,.inl'.' en'e e ih. ,all iHrti
.. ^ el of Floklda arenllafraidtutrtt Uoiversity of Florida Irci- is k Th I mcl;" ,,t'S have *t',* *" ^')" ,.' ,r,' ;rlon,'l"'. -. ,i tlu) in I
' _." umi, t he hands at a n hlike Wiliam dntall Fund ...2. mta'.n' much faith in it nn riat ,'. 'oween that n ' 1 of'u ...n.. in .--. .
B-.8'.1. BI"Sepprd." Proeedalof ColkegPropertv they o ler One Humltei ,, list's foranry 'w,. a kIniu hiit ni.' mini alt', in'nint, Brc'.
S,-,_,_ ..iu.t..Tea. F un d- ---- - - -h i fai.ls-- tou' snd for list We would say t, '.. b.t l|,nv-id rela- Thisi i' n ailment for whieh <'ham-
S Mvel. suffered wt( h ter* fohixr ty Fnd. .r i'Ao.a.l Contingent 3-."1 r. i1. ( .v'N' A ., ItIv., H1mi*ve rnut. for ;id'n' will et', berlntin's Pain.B.lm has proven espc
]Tanid tyaU af...st .ne tes hd, D I Toledo O,. -nI done lie cannot cormi. I.,,,'1 t.n thmn. clally valuable. .In almost 'every .n-
'with lt f ly. relief, dMtl Pund Dumbnei. 8.i Sokld ic drunist. ,75. fb it they can I've it, th -. I :i* i ft"-h a stance it afforis pro,,nt>t tnnt ,w.rn i.ent
* twith I- f "' relef.- dental Fund.--------...&----#& .. wbd rt.75C |mienr,5e; tht ihe can ll "., n.n ar r'-mi rn'ief. Mr. l,'i c' I. ;',r tr-,..,,n ():',Ar.re.
boxes of Chan borla% 's salvo, ;^' Nw e t hi in e %% i t t furt' t-11 ich.. h' .,f i : ".A i ft, a )a
me. It was a tortua. It brtks S VCen9 For L*ss Than W t C ,4i th'm se whit. 'to tn i' mitr fareill ich.. navs *f it A.fter ts.nw a plas-
m wt as Ttt t M Totli .......... .. . 701,t.2r te ar. ar hed or pi-p e nr.-'.s rea.se to I),. ter and other re-ne, lit s for tire. weeks
sometimes, bt no to-- -.----.....-- It WNew York Sunday Work Maga- A FR:,I:. for a hid llam. ,.-l.. I pirn'hased :
sed todo.-. H. ,sAC I0I Rutabga_ Reed! Call at-Yaer-n ane is qual to the h e-t |lrUs.ulr maign.- ... bottle or' h-mbrlni n '. ii' It hil, and
yAl. Camberin's av Bethel Co.'s for your Rutabags a .od. it pblied. liu it. 1:,-d tt. Be- )mrdn y ,,i ..t ,, ., t i', .. .'T 't ,1.,.. For
by TaiihamnetDriCo. C IA w giA ho gurnirten' i'uI.'iti %it. a sal"e to'.ll.tia.ne It' Co
S.' - ".* ' "
* '. ** A
S- m whom they have fa
R usMJ D VmaT r lU r MtNG. suport-column after e g
... ... .. .".__. .. "_._ pulbMedin their favor-,1WM fR- o
s whe ntl. -whe te t
as Secnd Class Meter Manh St. 199h, tn Y" *
A* P o00ns s# Toahe4sefe, Fleads wlter prd td, W h M y^-W avI
IfrleI X5,^M^ paper taking no iri iyour
lp .....& .- .. .- .- gravatingly silent wIbIa t a It ts
.e a iTwe te. Cornw Ad4m an editor should btea h in tp the fasts,
J_ cunto stree"T Tepbeone No. io your behalf.--do not worIef into colu
S ..... a fever'of anoet eaue, but o,-l-- c
a etisjust ask you= a -jave you mob, no
0ese AG$ ANIssetoee. J)Isped the paWr ad its editor under' or other
S obligations to use psce and energy for ver for the
S you.-Milton Index.f
1" 7111of t ow vNes e Nothing upon earth could be mn t anoth er
true- --or more sod-than the e amply and m
lahasilsee. sdd a, eptsber 13,1970. gratitude exhibited by the reward of th.
S, s*.y ,,. 13,11 sucesfu o towa4,enBrowardof,&
. suceful o e-eer w* of '4y and henchmn,
newspaper or newspiner or ne er ot that
men that have contributed to, if. they gostr what: (ovrnr
go Whsky *dviwtU"s..,, w p ,,, .r. ept have not actually and pely accom- doe t sure to be critet blU
and Min ow n wisn o .(r rt a ny it,, *f r' I polished, his success. Last week a n
aipetW* h am *k s'f...r'iir-In e Nt IOne of thefirst of the many anxieties as murder in LA M 1
-and c.nl.,.ration hch after nlhcch trouble, be
Atlanta IN now reaching out for the and c., i dation whn ilthe cp the governorr had. hihs
mAt o ws eproe.tiv. (.pndidate when he decides .pod jail irn another .nMr.
general offices of the seabotril Air; to rim for it Is the probabkattitu& t gettin hinm out of theid(ofa
Lime, and erpect.4 to get them "within ofi h,,,,, paper; the next is, thb an l tM m pt |wpi' and preventingB ta
year'aItimeI o of k writing. We are now
Year's tim4". . support-or oppoeltton of other nfo r bythl' great and good TIsi.
* Many eI.on countians will be ,*plas;dl nriewiiMaer wit his county, district or Union that this w .s an insult to .the
at the election of ,lon. S. G. McLendondSr, Stat,, wihone *fations towards him people of Tall;iha-rs'e, and It's dollars
of Thomasville, to the chairmansihilp of r"ny make or 9ar 1.lplans. And with to doughnuts that a certain element of
the Georgia tuailroad Commission. what keen o llcitudi does he approach for Tallahassee wil pr nd, to believe t,
We mo heartily weome to our x-. ewspaer m ad seek to cer- selves clothed wth the cloak of superi-
Wehie lst thear (reenville Newto our and tain, first of all., ust how his afpira- ority. -
nge list the Greenv tions h -regarded. ometim,.s he in TUB
congratulate its editors and the people tns e rearu Sometimes he flOE TROUBLE.
sends oft iii upon the delicate errand,!
Sthat aspiring and properou young every subtle r ent iutforth There is anotl.hr ijecCt for investiga-
city on its excellence. securethe ewp per support. tionr y the 1. 1 ur,,l Commission. At
The Quincy 'Timne han passed. Int at least,
Mack. If these young men are s of forts, the,. nouncement of support in lowing preamdlI arl .resolutions were
our old friten, E. G. Mak, of thiWe- public m:I.ole, how does the candlidiate adopted:
wahitchka News, they will give good rejoice It is as if the battle was al. whereas, the ,, r I, of county com.-
miosloners of (/i,)itrhia county, durinK
account of themselves. The True Dem- ready won, and the jubilant a.-i.irant the month of J.i;uary, 1901, turned
ocrat wishes them every success. and his friends lose no time in ,,irnting over to Boozer & Gillen. for collection
The iens ola Jounl;l tes that out to individual) voters who may ie< from the trustees of the internal im"
Tc ea n our a i o mprovehmat fund of Florida certain Cot-
contracts have been awr to J. F. wavering the certainty of succts uS- umbia county bondii as follows: Bonds
Taylor, of that city, ;of'ih-e iGovern. sured by the- advocacy of his claimi Nos. 49, 76, 77, 71, 80 and 107, aggre-
ment work of deepenfi the water in through the columns of the printing gating the sum of $12, .4)O; and
Iest Pass near Caielle, Tallaha- press. Whereas the trt t refused to pay
East Pass, near Carr~telle. Talishas *- ,s it te said bueds upon the grounds that they
see'i seaport. The work will begin, The newspaper man, once commiitt were out standing, and also refused to
October I and will require several to the candidate, feels in honor bound return the same to lioozer & GiUen, al-
months for its mnpletion. This is good to let pass no opportunity of advancing though requested to do t, which action
news, as the Improvement has long his political fortunes, and gives himself on telr part referred to this board;
beerbneeded. up to the exigencies of the contest with Whreas, the said honds are the prop.
-..- --.. ..-. a generous abandon which in itself car- erty of Columbia county and that for
Congratulations are due to Pensacola ries conviction to many minds, and un- said bonds the board advised that the
upon the contents of the annual report til the last vote is co.ited, stands loy- trustees should reimburse the county
of the chief of the bureau of yards and ally by the object of his efforts. Ac aofor them, under chapter 2474
docks recommending the appropriation The election over, the candidate safe Now therefore, the clerk of this
of more than four million dollars for the in his position, the scene changes. board ( lastructed to write the trustees
Improvement of the navy yard It is Should the newspaper man. who has ofthe stena I improvement fund of
w u to" Cofre rman Lamar ando o u h i the state of Florida toreturn the said
Mallory, otbcrandidatesr frreddoeo somuch to ensure his election, bonds to tse saidelelok, that this board
S*!Mallory both andtdateso for re- h venture to suggest a policy or a course may take such further action in the
to se that Pensaoola gets theof actionto the official, he is snubbed, promises as it is advised will be right
to amount.i .,, and made to understand that his func- and proper.
Mrs. Helen Wilmuns Post, famous tion is merely to assist in the election Caididates for the place vacated by
through her prosecution and conviction and not to dictate the conduct of the Judge Sheppard are now arising in
rT misuse' of the mails in exploiting official. Should he seek the aid or in- every direction. Mr. R. H. Buford. of
"mental science," died at Seabreeze on fluence of the official in his own behalf Gadsden county (Democrat), has an-
the %th Inst. She accumulated large or that of any friend for some minor nounced his intention to try for it; Mr.
sums of money, from her dupes in all benefit, however innocent, he is met W. C. Hodges, of Tallahassee (Repub-
sections of the country, which she used with an assumption of dignified disap- lican), ii supposed to be in the race,
In improving and beautifying her prop- proval and put off with some transpar- and Mr. Fred Cubberly, of Levy coun-
erty at 8eabreese, and expetided in de- ent platitude calculated to make him ty (Republican), is spoken of as a sure
fending herself against the accusations "keep his place." winner in th contest. There is little
of the government* Forgetfulness of benefits conferred, likelihood of any Democrat secur i
Colonel Wailes-he of Wailes Claim
fame-was a witness before the Inter-
gal Improvement Fund Commission a
few days ago, and in the course of his
t*timony rather intimated that ex-
tovernor Jennings was a full-fledged
and oure-to-be-elected candidate for
' membership In the Annanias club,
whleh intimation causes the Live Oak
Democrat to remark that it "had heard
vague rumors to that effect ere the
Colonel spoke."-Madison New Enter-
Mayor Sebring of Jacksonville has
started a movement for the appoint-
u ment of Immigration agents at the At-
J lantic ports to represent the Southern
SStates and citle in the selection of de-
i alrable settlers and the distribution of
information among the new arrivals.
S. 'he plan Is to aLpoint officials of the
three great trunk lines of the South, sa
,* Ith railroads are interested in the mat*
' twr of providing the requisite transpor-
tation. The plan is a good one, and it
6 to be hoped the Governor of Florida
will recognize Its merits and make the
-' Referring to the request of Hon.
S Thes. West, of Milton, that the county
oommiseloners would reduce his salary
t of 00 to $12.50, because of the
Imalllness of the service, the Times.-
:Uns *pertinently remarks:
SA FIorMdan suddryfAnds himselftfa-
a se asking that his ofltcial salary
be rdcsd. In Washington and in
t. Tllhr -s officials are constantly ask.
Iing for m The case of Tom West
S tos at st uffidently remarkable to
j ty The whole country is
Put dwn s atf the r a A
w ho e l N low-man.
mL ,1 -
supercilious ignoring of serious obliga-
tiosl offensive assumption of superior-
ity, oonstitutIng the basest of ingrati-
tude, are too frequently the attributes'
of the soeemdful candidate for office;
and when he desires to again become
a candidate, these things are remem-
These observations are made, more
in sorrow than in anger, from .the
standpoint of nearly half a lifetime of
newspaper work spent in securing office
for the "other fellow."
Col. Wailes uses plain words, as he
has always done. when he talsta of his
work for the Board of Truste e. Ho
should make his weight felt thil time
and continue to talk after the inystl*-
atorn c ase their crema-oxsaminatl on.
re are two yet alive who know all
aboot the work of the board from In-
ept408 to finish, and they are Col.
SWhuld d ex-Govermo Bioxham. Nor
should te committee omit the oppotb
'tunita of hearing from ex-Governor
Flem ng. The work should be finished
this time- to leave any dark corners
along the pathway is but to create the
neessit for another investigation.-
There are more than two "yet alive"
with knowledge of the labors per.
formed by Col. Walles in the matter of
securing land patents, as well as in the
collection of the Indian War Claim; and
there wIM come a time-when the peo.
pie of Florida choose to have their real
sentiments aIt interests represe tod in
the Legislature-when justice will be
done to Col. Wailes.
-bed see" e s a
Schel Beidf tboaoia.
$2,000 first mortge bd eari
A per cent B.od of e00 seek. LI-
mation, Quincy State Dan. quii",
a cb. AAto Th Tr
iascrebe to TheTrt
the appointment so long as Republican
material is is a lgbto
Ivestlgtio C esuM slem TaMlNg a
lhe membs of the Investigating
Commission of the Internal Improve-
ment Fund have gone to their respect-
ive homes for a;eaof several weeks,-
pending the x mm home of ex-Gov-
ernors Bloxhas and Fleming, who will
appear before the commission some
time in Oc In the meantime, re-
ports of fimd-s will be put in shape,
so that no tuw time may be lost in
finishing up te bulineas of the com-
Conductor J. 1 Thomas, wife and
son, Edwin, loft om the 3d instant for
the Jamestown positionn.
See Schwab's clothing at Levy Bros.
I -- /" 21 2t
MiAe Beasla and Onie Z;cbary re-
turned Saturday from a two Weeks out-
ing at Lanark on the Gulf.
The public I ivited_ o investigate
the Worthin lWt Wincow Screen
at J. W. Corbt's. 27
Mr. Roy ReH ho'br is visiting
among his old fands in the city.
See Schwab'sa eb g at Levy Bros.
Miss Coria lton returned to
her home in lsMtto Saturday, after
a short visit tMa Ian maie Myers.
DeWitt's La Da1t Rise don't
sicken or 3 plls, ay to
take. -SoWd) "0 0ista.
Messrs. -, and Bradford
Byrd retu Lasak aturday,
who rte thy h4"e been a two Wok
Persia-i Plaids t fall drease. Levy
Mims Leala Ja pW"%tAveraldays
at Lanamrk h4we4
red T. M
days thi w
de, Ga. HI
~~Id & Aahmn
IL C. rumlCu
sad had a little pant left."
Geo. 8. Aldh age.
111IS IS WH DAVI PAIg "
Davin' 100 per oat P Pre
th teot of m s mst
P orale by
THE TALLAlIASI3 HAiRD
-. ,- ,. ,. .
Intk*(***** fRh- - *bl^ ^ *****
'1* *'' / I
Mie. Fred 'Kettle, of St. A.
aeeted here today to visit r
iMrsn. H. B. Woodward, o en row
.VI mountainss of Georgia.--Tinwe- "
t Thomas N. Evans, Dentist, office M WW
S tairs, next to telegraph offie. W toBOSW. L "
lbone No. 267. 23-tf ---- ---
A heavy rainstorm y stery, accom- e.B UM.,isIv. ... t S
lOWdby several terrik claps of thun- '. ----- ". &IMPU
er and blinding flash ot lightning i APPORTIONMNT
sent nervous people to the suppose oGneral Revenue... ..qig
safety of fetaher beds and pillows, and Am's pa.i to se.t.
suspended telephone communication for let,1.-..,....,s S.a5o.06
a while. The power otop of the Wo.- e,.'. OW.......... 2.3: 4 02..3 m.4
man's College was athsck and a block ---
of stone or marble in the tower wall |k h .f"- --"'. 1.4 '
was split clear across.. No dansage was t, it 7... .. 300.17
done to the building proper, however, By errors, inaolven-
Sand the workmen employed in renovat- c -. -......... ... .120..
Ing the interior sustained no hock. po..................
There are-no cold feet in Tread Easy Arnt 9&M, to Sept.
Shoes. For women. Levy Bros. 29 By ri, inmolven- -:
Messrs. Walked & Black will soon cl, etc---......-..---.. 119.00 1.os
'have one of the most attractive places Iiin. and Porfetur.. 4.3N.t,
ot business in the city. Sauls Bros., Am't pild to Sept. '
contractors and builders, are renovat-i t . ..7... 4,29 l 4.03.
ing the building inside and out, and will .e ...o.ven. 81.46 4..1.10
have turned out a neatplice of work --- --
pwhen it is finished.- The interior is Roa and Bridge-. 2,18541
painted white, and hbs been furnished A,. 1 s-... ept.. 2.80W.02 .
with conveniences of all kinds in the 3 oB rron. inolven-
way of counters, shelves, showcases es. ...--------..-..- 14.17 2.874.19
and tables, and large show windows! gpi aSchool/Dis-
wilH be put on the front. The firm has trict No. I..1..... 4.48LO.00
a notice of its opening day elsewhere in Am't 1P to Sept. 7
these columns. B
thaw columns. By errors, insolven-
The public is invited to investigate el.------........... 2-4.M 38.1.1
the Worthington Rol!cr Window Screen -- -
at J. W. Corbett's. 27 Atts Air.T.raMu '^.
The sale of the Leon Hotel continues C, c Crk Caut Ouirt. O om Coet n
to be a matter of interested curiosity September W 1atW.
among Tallahasseeuasawharedesirous I Warl TOer Crep.
that some final settlement shall be'
reached before the winter travel sets' A. Cohn &Co.'s Tobacco Plaqtati01P
in. Reports that the place has been S. A, stein, General Manager,
sold are numerous and persistent, but sterdOm, Decatur Co., Ga., Sept.
the ower of the hotel declares that no 1907. .
sale hap as yet been coMumated, Mr. K. Johnson, Tallahse,
tbough it is probable that the future Friend Milea--ours 6f the 2tb,
wmi1M liW between the present ro- eeived and noted. After the
kI.dtotMr J. D. Hutohison, and Mr. ti th w had i nrarn d to tM
JU Ball, owner and proprietor of thee tes m acreage wAich you -
Bloxham.to have for the o year, t i
that would do Iuntil you
DTSP SIU a a INDI1STIO heard dfiotely from ma.
Constipation. Sour Stopmack, Sick Head- It isas yet rather early in the seoM'
ache. Malaria, illieouess, Torpid LUv. andJ have not yethoroughly navet.
er and Jaundice aequickly relieved and gated the situat as regards theP ,1
permanntly cured by Father William's pets for another year. Can auW"a
Indian Herb Tablets. They act direcdy you. however, that I will traat M.
on the Liver and destivegan, caus- equalf as well as I have done in th j
Ing perfect It-Mlilat digestion P t- As I told you when youwes* ^
outheofood, eae the stomach, regu. ehre, I want your crop, providedW
latest the bowels. They a only20re reasonable.
cents pe box- your money cwee-. We are in the business to stay, at
fly S I not a we represent by pro.tecting o .r etw, p
them, For oale only by Tallahassee O ewe1 andoit isto onr terest
Drug Co. No. 6, ways to see that the right partIes ,
-- -~ protected.
At TwSLTrot IYou failed to tif me as tot
UnfternMshd owoms in St. Teresa Ho- sample h toof t w sat
tel for vent at $1.00 per week to camp- and which ~k e to w
in parties. W on meets, train from v 't s I fetl stia that's
hae M Inty day h isedin Lon, Decatr
cept SudAy. ApIy0to Gaded en ties which could coma*
SBT DRD1 with the sample of tobatcowhich I
22-tf t. Teresa Fla. y. and best wi
Mr. Will Curie, a young naval stu. Wi ktad r and bt wIh N
dent of ~. was inthe it last ou lf and MeDeamid, I
evening and a d th dance at the Very7 rnly r ,_ .
am muh to t de ldo t of his M.. r A ". r C &
manyoldM i and h mate. Manager A. Cohn
Mr. wa oe f the pupi of the ---- .-- .--- -
w14 Iata Co ean hsis ome O'
lat VO_ "The paltr eoated ta he
Dr. D. N. alker, editor of that wof No.
he public imi Invited t
'W441hington Rolla W
1. W. Cor-bett's. .1
th aws Lb e Lov WUl Raise a
naturee is not altogether re.
or ach mea11 re.3 0 They wtv
V wi4f, by administrative ofext andO
o/ p *and are t always followed
a a lobbied through b the a
revenue and lieeb'se laws
'. ee from the Comptrollf-er
The following is from the JackeHville
The matter of the license tax ,s pro
vtied for by the act of the last Leqis-
lature is again in part defined by e
State Comptroller for the Ist-actlon
and guidance of tax collector a
thoee subject to the payment thereof.
The last circular letter is as follows:
State of Florida.
Tallahassee, Aug. 29, 1907.
To the Several Collectors of the State
Gentlemen -The guide to the license
law is only intended as an index 'to the
law, and in every case the tax collector
should examine the law before deciding
what amount of license tax to collect.
The act of 1907, chapter 5597 of the
Laws of Florida is a revision of the
Federal !!censd law of 1903, chapter
105 of thle Laws of Florida, and any
provision in the act of 1903 is repealed
by the act of 1907. Special acts of the
Legislature tixiig license taxes in par-
ticular cases, when not in conflict with
the act of 1907, are in force, and li- i
censes should be collected thereunder.
Each license issued under the law is
limited to the particular business, pro-
fession or occupation for which it is
taken out, i. e., A license to sell naph-
tha will not permit the sale of lubricat-
ing or illuminating oils; a license as
green grocer and dealer in fresh fruits
and nuts will iot authorize the sale of
other articles, such as cured ham, ba-
con, salt fish, etc., for which a mer-
chant's license is required. A license
as merchant will not authorize the
holder thereof to sell any article for
which a special license is required with-
out paying tne amount of such tax.
Yours very truly,
A.. C. ROOM, Comptroller.
HARD ON SMALL DEALERS.
This, license tax, as specified above,
will be hard on the small dealers, and
may drive them out of business if they
cannot pay two or three different li-
There is a rumor current in the State
that this new tax law, or certain parts
thereof, may be contested in the courts
as to its validity in concurrence with
State and national constitutions.
This is the same Legislature that the
Goveruor is thinking of convening in
Found at Last.
J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, W. Va.,
says: "At last I have found the per-
fect pill that never disappoints me; and
for the benefit of others afflicted with
torpid liver and chronic constipation,
will say take Dr. King's New Life
Pills." Guaranteed satisfactory. 25c
at all druggists.
Should Have Known.
Of the three leading daily papers,
the Times-Union, Pensacola Journal
and Tampa Tribune, one the Pensacola
Journal, has openly declared itself in
favor of prohibition. We wonder how
the Times-Union and Tampa Tribune
stand on this question?-Fort Myers
We regret to see that our brother of
the Tropical Breeze has not perused
the columns of the Tribune with the
constant diligence we had hoped. He
should by all means do so in the future
and so gather valuable information on
sundry topics of deep interest to Florid-
ians which he will fail to find else-
The Tribune has frequently stated its
opinion regarding State prohibition-an
opinion which, it believes, well accords
with true democratic principle, and
which, if adhered to, will be best for
Florida's interests. This opinion is that
the tr-'sent local option law is all that
is necessary in the way of liquor legis-
lation. Under it each county may de-
cide for Rself whether or not it will
permit the liquor traffiP, and. as is well
known, more than nine-tenths of the
counties of the State have taken ad-
vantage of the law and abolished the
And this is as it should lie It is the
enforcement of the principle of home
rule. No "wet" county and no combi-
nation of "wet" counties has the power
to interfere with any county even the
smallest that has elected'to become
"dry." And what is sauce for the goose
should be sauce for the gander. The
attempt to submit to the people of thc
State a constitutional amendment in
favor of State prohibition would be
nothing more nor less than an effort to
invite the "dry" counties in an unjust
war to deSeat the will of the people of
those counties that prefer to continue
in the "wet" column. There is no jus-
tice in this kind of force. It is undem-
ocratic, and we utterly oppose it. 'he
present law is in eyery way equitable.
and should continue in force.- Tampa
She Found Relief.
If you are troubled with liver com-
plaint and have not received help read
ihi. Mrs Mary E Hammond Moody,
Texas. "I was in poor health-with
liver trouble for over a year. Doctors
did me no good and I tried Herbine,
and three bottles cured me. I can't
sy too much for Herbine, as it is a
wonderful liver medicine. I always
hao it in the house. Publish where you
vbh. od by Hardee-Smith Co.
I T" -,t aIr
Tor mn~er hM`bot Coqh
Raas has constantly V~*in txtve
-b popularity until it i eo
as cia.ly for acute 16m -tIAW BM
iton Iis Plesat a sdeeo o a
undoubt h n h w
ko for the upeww
tened.Sol yt~lb~mb rugCo
So many ailments fire
purely ne#ous affectimis,
that you can hardly 1isis
it if you try Dr. Miis'
Nervine. It restores nerv-
ous energy--and thrin gh
its invigorating inll'fI'iie
upon tle nervous syst in,
the organs are strengthien-
ed. The heart action is
better; digestion improv-
ed, the sluggish condition
overcome, and healthy ac-
"Dr. Mlffb' Nervine In worth Its
Weight In gold to me. I didT not know
what ailed me. I had a good phyi ii,ik
but got ,-) .-llef. I could not C.it,
sle'p, wor r stan. I waa noairly
crazy. One day I picked up a paper and
the first thing that met my t'yW wis
an a'ilvrtlUrenit of Dr. Milte"' Nrv-
i'. i concluded to try It and lI the
, t .'r r*. and I did so. Alter t;klng
Iv, lbotll's I could dr.us myself. 'r', a
T ic;;.n takJng Dr. Mil leI' art Cure
, 1 N av l'n work and go out, and
S. il rnnny the benefit T I' "e re-
S,' fi tim these remedies and Pev.-
e' ,1 of ihem have been cured by it
, I a an ifity-nine years old and
"'*, g ,,id vet."
ANN A i. PAI.MER, lawltown. Pa.
Dr. Milea' Nrvfw Is sold by your
4,iq st. who will ogutratee that the
f?' *-,t ,*t will benefit. If It falls, he
w"di flund your money.
Mil:s Medical Co., Ekhart, Ind
Florida's Greatest Health Resort and
Place for Recreatlon.
G. F. & A. Railroad sells round
trip tickets to Sopchoppy at especially
low excursion rates to parties coming to
the Springs. Tram car from the hotel
meets all regular mail and passenger
trains. Those who want them can se-
cure hacks at Sopchoppy to take them
At the hotel will be found ample ac-
commodations the year round. Good
lake and salt water fishing. Five or
six gasoline launches to take fishing or
pleasure parties out any day. Mineral
and salt water bathing during the sea-
Hotel rates;: $9.00 and $1000 per
week. $3.00 per month. For further
JOHN C. TRICE Manager,
Economy Fence I
If you intend to do Fenc-
ing, it will pay you to see
me before purchasing.
I am General Agent for
the sale of the Lco.iomy
Fence, and know it to be
('an be built for.less. than
15 cents a Rod.
40-tf Centreville. - Florida.
J. H. HORTON
104 MASONIC BUILDING.
All work in :the line of
Roofing, Guttering. pout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rona. . . .
e rgn.aIC of d*e
Uon a hey I healthy stema b
ambd 't k'n fl
sad L res. Kodo
ao dmesp il V famous reme
p mn an strentthntk
em;uItts bT iag the stomaeb.
*o baby a for twt
FOE A -AMAXI AK MIDNEVS
DGWITrrSK=OIfea g PILLS-ad$*itni
Prepred by a. 0. eSITT & 00.. OhIeags
sae by al drugg ist.
who has had
AI portion of the pubilo
patronage Is solicited
and satisfaction guaran.
Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
Fancy Work Material a Specialty
Heavy and Particular Hauling a
0I H. AVERITT,
DIRT, ROAD. and YARD
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plows, Scrapir.,, AUTO Rollers,
Street Sprinklers ~ui Graders, same
built and operated byt him before set-
tled for. See him f,,r further particu-
lars or address 1'. 1 lBox 28I Tallahas-
Choice Flrch IBread
ahd Rolls every day
for sale )by the lead-
T. H. RANI)DOLPH & SON.
J. W. COLLINS & CO.
Notice is h.reri. v, ',.i-' fix mon ths after the
datl of the tirot st,, '.1', r v.rf I will i'.'* ,
my frinl aero',lt Is ''"unty Juli Of l-.n
Ctifnty. F r .'i'm,. i, *r ; ; t', r mny dmlihtr up
Adminlitratr or it f IDr. W. F. I.(0 .
Pon. KATIF I*. Jil' l I.-(N, Admini.tra I ii
Tallahas4se. Fli A . A0 7.fin.
Attack of Diarrhea Cured by One
Dese of Chamberlala's Chol-
er sand Diarrhea Remedy.
I was so weak fi'im an attack of
diarrhea that I cutl.l scarcely attend
to my duties, when I took a do", (,t
Chamberlain' (Colic,. Cholera and Diar-
rhea Remedy It cured me entirely,
and I had been taking other medicine
for qine days without relief. I hearti-
ly recommend this remedy as being the
bet to y knowledge fer bowel oun
id1 *12af & Elm. ar
Air LUne Railway
SAVANNAH, CANDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICH-
MOND, WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE; PHILADELPHIA,
TWO ELEiGANT TRAINS DAILY
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
For full information and sleeper reservations call on. any Agent,
Seabord or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE
Surplus to Policy Holders $1,634,364.00
HAS COMPLIED WITH THE STATE LAWS
OF FORTY ONE STATES.
3.PER CENT ON ALL PAID UP INSURE.
the Company pays
are not deducted
from face of
CASH LOANS IN TWO YEARS.1
THE BEST INSURANCE TO BUY OR SELL.
Not take our word for it,
but'let us prove it to you.
INSUREYOUR LIFE, ALSO YOUR WIFE.
IRA!,SANBORN, General Agent, Central Florida.
My:Stock'cl Summer Jrtl sr) I Complete In every:Line
Diamond and Signet Rings
P. T. Nicholson,
GEO. H. HOLMES,
Undertaker and Funeral Director
Day or NIlht.
R. G. FERRELL,
(Successor to A. T. RolllnsI
Ring up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfa.t,ll)inner and Supper a Success \vhen )r letring
Meats from my Stall.
F.e C. COLE ----S----
CONFECTIONER and GROCER.
TheChiocest and Freshest Goods at
,the lowest living prices
i eLC~-y~lr : -. 9Y
71l Kinds of Fresh Meats.
guaranteL. (;i me your orders Prou'n-t
FIRST ('LASS MEATS.
T,. i I la a.
*Ioorn? InTuW iS A"-
.#PW LSTTIU PAtEN.
mob .34as 1oliowsa
-0110 OAT 09 3OFT 'OVALLAXMAKU TO-
r with the following Pro-
M telI shall be the "TalA-
ItIts r business shall
the t M oe f iorilds, the other
i-ia tl OUnited e t and all fore rn coun-
W0lva M r. Its principal oaeo
Aluture of the bu ilne to be trans.-
i oratlion is that of planting, *ul-
SM Wi ing. producling, eurinc, paik-
l rl lig, bying and hamlling
ai U other farm products; .on-
irll ing, leasing and other.
P lllltll, Ml Iletting and ohrwlme
S r tnr eres for shadingl tbaceo, and
rolflt-, lhadlnrwa pkhoueend pck.
oM. Jif, hbndlln and preparing for
= t and all other farm products,
-lI "M a .d I of any and every sort.
M twtfr and saw and mn e, buy and
i MI otMr bulldoin mte to r mle.
S ll live steek of all kinds; borowing and
m y wth, or without seurty: l iulnr
S nd and other negotiable Iastru-
Syl rin and leasing or otherwise aeqmiring
real estate, letting, selling and eonr
estate, owning and operating saw
glfr, sawinr and manufacturing Imber
a d any purposes whatever; and eon.
geCneral mercantile business, and doing
l hings necemary or proper to the conve.-
Ill ueeful conduct of the general butl-
M0 mount of the capital stock shall be fifty
MaWd dollars, to lbedivldvl Into five hundred
IM O hundrMl dl l 1 h- mt w ..
In wita whereof I heresto ast my hand and
l this 13th day of Aut. A. D. 1,11.
U[.AL) 8. C, W rrrWLD
Notary Publie Iate of Qorlda
My rommisklon expires No. t, 18,IM
STATE OF PLORIDA,
COUNTY or DIUVAL,
Beforamen, the undersigned autlhe person-
ally appeared H. B. hnell and R. I. to ma
well known, who being duly sworn., that they
signed the foregoMngr instrument of writing for
the purpoe naifdthreDin
In wltness whereof, iheuntont my hand and
official I this 17th lay of AugiMt. A. D. W17.
Notar Public Htate of Floridkl at larg.
t4t Myornimmilon expires JulyL1911.
NOTICE of Application for T Deld, Given in
Acordlance with Seetlep r*4 and 675 of the
General Statuts(i of the ltoat of Plortda.
NOTICE I IIEREmY GIVEN THAT GOlg0 W
h. Prkina, alson x f tag certilfeste num-
ber 41, dlat.l July 3d, I h. filed said ewrtil.
eCt* in my office and d applllatiom for tax
dried to Issue in ancord with law. laid s er.
tifiaete mbrarn the following described proper-
ty situate In Leon rousty. State of Plorlda. to-
wit: The muthi balf iof the ed otwest quarter of
section fourteen (1ll. In township onea () south
of range two (2) e nt, containlr 0 aes. more
The ld .lWj Iiw tsiemssed at the date of the
ntmaeM of ul r-ri Iticate In the name of C. M.
OaWl :ni i s .itil certificate shall Ie re-
d l r
Wtnenu my offirml '.I ki ur*e and mse this 16th
day of Auirut, A D. :V.7.
IALH IIElNKY T. PELKEL,
Oro LK1 *i, . I ,
M day of October A. .
hw b no perh l onri de
fouirw- a- in The W~ekly Truefl Di1
oerata I wgetubllshed. in the city of Tfi.
hases. 1ll e ty of lian.
r WHiee, T. Pelkel. Clerk of mid courts
nd the thuetof, this 6th day of September.
A. D. 1i7. 1
[SAt} I HENAY T. IELKEL.
... | ('lrk *,f aiid Court.
NOTICl of Awelatkon for T'lax Jd. (livef I
Aeerd.lte witl Setion, f74 ind 6ce of the
eneal Sletes of the Stat of Florika.
ONICL IS EXREBY GIVEN THAT A. I
herT t July ard, )i:, has fliedu
emrtfee in mAy t oee m, maule pplGicvtel for
tAe deed to le In acc,,rdalrn.' with law. laid
ertlfteetn embroes the following d'lescribedrd .
ernt, situate in Leon county, hStt of Plor to.
wit: One amd thee.fifthj ci :t-r,. cres of land in
the northwest quarter of the x'tihwest quarter
of setiIon *Irht In township two 2-- north, of
range toabl---iast, der.ll.d, to-wit: h om.
menti at the southwest corn.r of NWei of iW4
of maid eetlon 8, then run ,.Rst four chains, then
north ten ehatnaltoa pLoin., w,.h in the place of
hbeinninl, then run wr t fiur chains, then north
four chaine, then eeit four chain, then south
four chains to place of .mn-ei i rnw., containing one
and one-fifth acres, more (i It l-.
The said I I being mr s.-lI at the date of the
insurance of sald certificate i t h. name of Cindy
Powell. Unless said c'rttina'* shall be re-
dvwmenw according to law. tUix ,i.n will issuethore.
on on the 8th day eof Ot,i-', A. ). 1 ')7.
Witness my official ,iarrt oure- anil meal this 6th
d I fa ,.t a .a t Ad I I i*,"
m-,e- w -el se o.,s.". ins- *e tweny-I it lerk cirl'i ort. lrmon county., VIoTrid. ,"I -ay, e w-r, *A "'.. .
Il, of whih eha ll l osuraribed and paI St-5t (KAIc) I :NIY NT. FI.KEIL,
We the companvqihall translat any bu ...- - -- .-- Clerk Circuit Court. I...n ci. ty, Florida.
I ai fof id iptalsltork may be usd NoYrICE of A pl t iion for Tax Dil. Gve in -rt
- 'iM f real ad personal property. Oa
Sfor labor st a Jout valuation to b i Acrordance, witl S.i .,ri,rs n71 anid b,7 f'i t he Houses for Sale.
rd rof ireetors alt a meeting tobeatlled tJeneral Miat im,e of the tate of Floria. My two oues in t's Grove
purpIse. MOTI ih I sesl(iHY t;VthN THAT ,l.
iv. N W. e*rkins, asmitere of tax ,-ertillate. riun,. addition are for sale. One has five
btem for which said corporation &heWlssot bwr 42. dated Jutly :3l, i9oli,. hi flie-d .atil r,.rtfi- rooms and attic, with separatee kitchen
"ninety.nlne years. l cats in my A.4 u1A natl .oitr m a. tionirt',' and wood shed; ter foot porch around
dead to Issue ire ae'eorilaen w.. WItil law. Haiti eer-
.* tificatfn enifrace the follwirin u l.rwriliwl proper- three sides: on a Cerner lot, 75x165 feet.
efiftlrs of saki company totrUJt elJ ty, situate in lIon county, HStiai lf Florida, to- The other has thr *e r.rn, a big store- -
shall be the Prealdent. Vit'-reslident, wit: Tnhe northwe mt .wart-r of the northwest room and sepre tt kitchen; eight-foot
oUarr, Merrotary and Tlurer, and a quarter of sartion rln.'t-n It|n e ttownshlp oneo c around tee sid.t n lot adoin-
Ufc 4)be ompifanot im mouth of ri v two 12 w"-t. .ontalnrnr o40 porch around three H ae; on lot adon.
fime and not more than n ne. The uffeie of acres. mor or l.r.i. Ing the above, and is SOx ;.3 feet. Good
M and Oeneral Manalifr may be held by The said land li'r- Ii nnse Mie at Ihe (late of the well of water, pecan tr-e4. etc. This
person. Th lB1101" of Direwtorm may Wbe itianeof sid ...it.-ifi.ate. In the narneif C M h. McKinzi pace.
Sany time by aw. The Directors Covlgton. inles aid crtinate shall be re has been known as the McKinze place.
Meted by otee rsn at each meeting. mamd according to law, tax dewl will Issue It is in the block touching the Goveron-
ioffeer. shall Iated annually by 7i- thereon on the 17th dlay of H..vpteamr. A. D. 1907. or's Mansion and the Long property,
. ~Annual meetl- of the I)lreetora and Witness my .otW iiel lirinature and s1a this lth and overlooks the golf links.
L& t iisshall be hteld nthe Ih rst Tuesday In 'l o Auut i. Hi7O the olf link.
of In eah year. but amid date may be A ALi HIENRY T. FEILKEL. I also own a corner lot, 75x165 feet, A
Wd bybar-law'. The inort.iwratms shall Clam ('lrrtlilt ('curt, lAoon c-unty, Floridka, in the adjoining block. It is for sale.
Sfmid company In I t 'cklor k I -, For further particulars, etc address
o Purpo.esf olldatlnll iy-lawn, holding the In the Circuit Court .f the Second Ju- C. H. Cox, 1810 Young St Cincinnati,
"Mal -meeting for *h election of officrr 1 Ohi 2,4-2t
imtlr ito or anlsation. Until the o. tliciul Circuit of Florida, in and for Ohio. 2-2t A
im Art annual meeting sihaal e uallined. countyy of Leon. In C(fancery. For Sale I
is ln a hall be ronmdtrti ty the following ;, C M1-('ll.I ('omanirant, vs. Mary J. Gir'r- Two dwellinl Iand one vacant l1 a
4.Inel, Preslrlhetl; J. Rlls ele'auotan WellhPa M. ilaardrlathe helr huelemnd ln
sein and Y r i -e T ;": t^ ^, de I node le a onn one vacagt leT urar
,lK8 iretr and lYnmrar, Trai urar; III rlioht of han wife,, a A-dmillstrtir if the desirable location. Apply to Mrs. J. E. p
"I aury indsenealrsi nno.I rm sina lato cif inily M. i, wim.'-,dr-eo.l: Jiohn ";. Wilkes, P. 0. Box 15, Moultrie. (a., p
gr tl ton l lth. Co. ll, I(Itwif r .I orn .lnsti illa ipsW, Ie, wife., Julsian in l' oI thioe- 251M
l nor !. !,. Hthl...ward anui Frank 1. Wtiflw-rd. her huslland, In or at this office. 2-m
t 1 r ^ -- . . .. - .~ .; .. .... .. .L . ... .. . .. ." I I .. `I:: ,: ....: ... . __ __ -- ....
aNm vadb re. dshmad a lsb Uhl 0
k4i, UsCb'hiTextie, Nu, ad CMIOMb
bpoeee a cbyut ME uiuwy, bmahe
a" -MW 4#001d,,of sbsq NELa, ebeIS4gg$I&o
Sw Ubrary ad am CbmomI Labw&Wy. 'lamam
br h *Sd~hgfadust a UWGrer M 0e uIy.
mm swM "boo Gi. So".
Fo 5sr s"Vdoiutegm ml ad bm~m ali.5i
K.G.lATNIISON. A RLLL.D.,uresaet,
Centrally located near Capitol
and everything the best. .
RATES, $.oo PER DA Y.
MY FARM JUST WEST OF
THE CITY LIMITS.
adapted to Tobacco, Dairy,
Truck or Poultry.
Well-wooded, City Water, Telephone.
Convenient to Depots and Schools.
Lbout )2 acres in reclaimed pond, ex-
cellent for Celery.
Comfortable five-room House, newly
A. L. WOODWARD.
V, J. RANDOLPH,
Ex. .County Surveyor.
Fine Horses and Nules.
A fine carload just in, at best prices.
Call and see them and get prices.
C. H. SCHOEMAKE,-
27 Kemper of Stables,
Six Room Cottage an Call Avenue,
all in good repair and furnished with
modern conveniences. Apply to
25-4t Miss J. C. MEGINNISS.
A Modern Investment is Offered the Public in
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept., 24 and 25. .
A modern investment is one that cannot fail to prove profitable, and whmn you invest in Greenville you are putting your mon-
ey where it cannot help lut grow.
The property we have to offer is right in the heart of the City and consists of the most desirable business and residence lots in
The Prices will Range from $.25.00 up, and the Prices of Each Lot will be *
Marked in Plain Figures.
The terms are ten per cent ca.h, fifteen per cent in thirty days, fifteen per cent in ninty days, and the balance payable No-
vember 1st., 1908, without interest or taxes.
Greenville Florida is not on a boom. The town has had a substantial, steady growth right along, and for some time repeated
efforts were made by a number of people to acquire some of this property which we have to offer, as it is not only the most desirable
and valuable property in the City, but the improvements which have been made, make it the most attractive town of any place of its
size in the State.
Previous to this it could not be bought and you have the opportunity of a life time on Tuesday and Wednesday, September
2,th. and 25th.
We will pay the railroad fare to the purchaser of one or more lots within a radius of three hundred miles of Greenville.
A Grand Free Barbecue and Everybody is Invited to Attend whether you Buy or Not.
It stands to reason that a town with the agricultural and timber section back of it that Greenville has, cannot help but thrive;
and the coming year will mark the beggining of another great industry.de l o
th TBACnC)O It has been said by experts that the lands right around reenville are better adapted( to the raising of tobacco .
than any other in the State and this will be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt.
Come and See for Yourself.
We say that .(reenville offers today the best possible inducement to the investor, as well ai the homeseeker. We have no de-
sire to make any misrepresentationsaand could not do so if wa wanted to, but we have a desire tu let every person who wants to locate
and a 'voesse town, and to those who are seeking an investment this is solid, safe and profitable to come to Greenville on Tuesday
and ednesday,, September 24th, and 25th., and see for yourself ahd buy a lot.
You will be goingg yourself an injustice if you fail to visit Greenville on these days, Tuesday and Wednesday Sept. 21th. and 25th.
GREENVILLE INVEST NT COMPANY.
For further particulars address, W. I. PHI IPS, Greenville, Fla.
t..o .i t* ** ** r 1 *71
I lIK O TALLAHAg
~(p'eLm susieem) i .o
O 143O7OV KET SAVINGS BANK.
$ y you want to sact unt? Woald'nt yod like to have one of these little h*-
Sh poMket savings b you to pave your nickles and dimes? It is so arranged that
M an deosit aif a dolI l1r coins. It in of a size convenient to carry in the vest pocket
aaie ll and hag. Itla ri'-dy to ,tip you resist the temptation to spend mse7y. We
glft sameaount with thi v ity.
r'"" We furnish one of fre<' i' ryeae who will deposit one dollar and promise to
5 a count with us da3.< r< ni eeipt of bank. These banks are delivered to yue
,, *a..nd cadan only be opIm.
,; You would biih urp bo4ilw how nuch m you can save in five years by taking earf
Of your small change and in \ Ir i am
S It is rot wie to save by k y,1 r it in t.s ouse. because there ito danger of loss by
Sthevoe rnd fire, and besides ist not n k ,r ; yithirg il. But place it with os and it is earning soee-
higV. We pay 3 per cent interest a on all I .ni of One Dollar and upwards. Interest periods are
r ,at days .f April and October.
lt low we give a tabls showing h o' u :, n rs will accumulate in five years. computed on a ba-
f yI u of 318 working days in the year; at \< ,. ,, interest. *
Ain't p:.sit,.d. InterDst earned. Total ain't
1 l0e per day fr 5 years-..............- ... ........ $11.14 ...-..--- ..--.----.........-----$167.64
20e per day for 5 years.------------ -----.. 22.28.......-------.---------... ....-386.28
25e per day for years................. : --------- 2...... 7.5..----------...------419.10
30c per day fur 5years...--.....--.......---. 4. ..... .. 3 42.........-..-..--------------...... 502.92
' 60c I er day for 5 years ..----..--- 7.. ......... .... .. 7.........-- .-..-.. 88.20
ItJOc- ttr t ay for 5year---- ...........--- -.. -. .... ...... ...111.40 ..,.... --.-- 1,676.40
h1-. (o I'ift Il tok of tl e rvirngsP 1 I is ?20,((4.0( with inilividual depositA amounting to
Y(ur tusir.v'-s ~ah up ill 1e held Ftrictly confidential.
( all r d rV I ( re of there little tanka ~,ile the supply lasts
STATE SAVINGS BANK, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
SW. C. LEWIS, PRESIDENT.
G. L.LEWIS, Vice-President.
P. O. BOX 210,
B. C. WHITFIELD, Cs
J. M. SAULS.
General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.
Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines
A Cap of Whte
is what goe"s
every man at bwsk
one know. that "i
good coffee. We ta&*.
our brands, as
store famous. Judo
fee we sell ar
We sell nothing u 1
selves, and so an
J. W. Co
Tip-Top Contracts for Live Men.
Renewal Commission Paid.
Address CECIL WILLCOX, Manager,
THE MUTUAL LIFV INS. CO.
of New York.
Jacksonville, = Florida.
',:1 I 'I.
THR TRU DEMOCRAT.
Jewr 0. COLLUO, ftusar.
PUBLISHED VZRY FRIDAY MORNING.
I stood ma the mndas uth tides come in,
And look on the waste of so.
And I dr m of the ali f the lon agro.
Of ther with ther mystery.
hn it wasthat the blood waswild
And the oldM hops wm undeited.
rmo Mthe I msnt to a far-off world
Proud, with saw-white sails unfurled.
Would brine back old to mn.
The white slls swing from a fleckles sky,
And cry as in days of yore, -
But the hope I beard in the sirens song
Is lost in the breakers' rear.
Laden .hip. omso from lands star
And I se them eM rthe harbor bar.
But the shis I sent in the lonr ao.
Stanch, with daturled sails at snow.
Are lost-all lost to me.
TINCTUt Of IODINL
A Care ftr Subal ites Dewlame Dr.
The Rural World prints anrtiecle by
Dr. J. H. Phelps, prescribing iodine for
snake bites. Dr. Phelps' cure is sim-
ple, and he declares it to be absolutely
effective. It is noUtin morel than
tincture of iodineine jted into the veins
near the wound.
"This is an absolute cure," says Dr.
Phelps. "'I have tried iodine on men
and animals, and it never has failed
me. Even without 'hypo' the use of
iodine is simple. If the skin is abraised
a short distance above the bite,
scratched, say, with a knife or any
sharp instrument, so that the blood
comes, and iodine is poured on freely.
so it will get into the circulation no
trouble will ever be experienced from
"My brother has several fine-blooded
horses. A rattlesnake once bit one of
the finest of them on the nose, and my
brother promptly started to fill the ani-
mal up with whiskey, thinking that
might cure it. I was visiting him, and
asked him to let me try my remedy.
He scoffed at the idea. I struck the
smail bladeof a knife in the flesh above
the wound, injecting the iodine, and
the horse never felt the slightest
effects although the bite was a severe
une. this has been the case in many
bites I have treated.
"Another case was that of a child
that had been bitten by a water mocca-
sin, the bite of which is considered al-
most fatal. But the iodine injected into
the veins promptly put a stop to the
spread of the poison, and the baby's
life was saved after the parents had
given up hope.
The same rule applies to the bites of
tarantulas, scorpions and their kind.
Iodine is a sovereigti remedy for,.
them and every man who spends a
day in the country where reptiles
abound should carry a bottle of it with
him. It may make him a life saver."
There are a great many people who
have slight attacks of indigestion and
=d4pe nearly all the time. Their
fd may ythe appetite but it
tll to erish the ddysmply cause
the *o ad is soet la ft coIdition to do
the work It spposd todo. It can't
itlest the twd y= eat. The stomach
OMN Ie twm help You ought to
take i& tha wW 4Dothe work
ow ste milt d4 Kodl For In-
stuw h ii= boeaoh t* the stomach.
PI-a~t to take. Uold by all drug.
You can fr,-vrrc'
bow a Blurb-cll crf.ai
time and wor): fert
miniutcq. Thec I.o.
----One Of tile.'i~
on the rular cf. I1I
thon'iandth pirt c(
mi~k with ntiu'.
thAt youare Ki''t Ir
mt* k, bse-i~Iex 1!c :,-1
antI Fghxt i
*own saf-ui-t-I i''l iln
Ii-r will *..i' cA. tim
don't i :aIit o. Aiiot
,;p iitil .1 afe W
prat I rratorq
q t ~ A ~I t
A.XII( ~ii r ~u
OR SALE BY
GILMORXK & DAVIS CO., Inc.
Bring your Job Work to this office.
Electric Lights and
The (v'itv Electric Light Plant is now pre'
to, iplyl an unlimited number of nec
to nmrs, flnd as the plant belongs to the
zens of Tallahassee and must be supported
it* revenue train its business or from taxi j
,i,.l ,on the property of every taxpayer
I h-i, (vit is to their interest to patronize t
il. '(,tI Ligb.ht Plant. states are reasonable
:id lle' Ihbest of service will be given. It '
t li r It poli e of' the Managers .
To Put On Day Ser
:-t as, .asiliicient orders can be obtained ,'
1II cm (nsuimers for Electric Motive. Power, ,
li I.It Ii. Cooking, Ironing, Fans. etc. Mr.;
11. ELlIS. Superintendent of the Electric
I,1glit I'lant, will be pleaded to furnish any
11il, ri nation desired. (Give hini your (iriord-
:ad r(,port to him any defective service. P.
(). OX 472.
City Electric Light
W. D. Pratorius,
NEXT IT O l( TO1) ,IBIARY.
Opuin I)iy md Ndlejt.
TI'ALLAHA ~SSEEi. FLA.
A VIV~II2EP"'''tt'w a al mP .A, A ,nd dep'jth
flat 11114 11th, -n cllst Co
J. W. DEIMILLV, I Ati'-m' 111
e lnt la I 1 P a i. a'' l ''N o k r
Veterinary Physician ,tt'"" "'.""i
and Surgeon. t"ic"U. to .rM..Ww
Dental Work a Specialty. Fine Uors far
0 F F I C E Call ;and. ."n my stock
1 06 I, 1 1, q&;I
- - pfr
- -- .~_-(: r -r~----------------- -`~--= ~
treasure? ; mks I.
Era; Mrs. Ira S. Pat.
Jun kor Leap,..
weeelected to repre-
.din Iooticeflo on the
atre: Mixsuex hortha
'~rd, flusle Van Brunt,4
mwisonQ. D oe
awakening from ita 1
sIts members areI
their vatiwaonii, und'
to have this the Iivelie)'t
"Isdue the Did o(iem('rtor
.of the league. sinl aellw
KratefoI to the retirinpv
way in which they havs'
.fcoe ua re: W in. 1'.
U 1C). Robertrwmn, 1-41
I;*s Nannie Galliea, 2nd.
$ Misl Bertha *Jonem, 3rdi.
Frank Black. 0, 4h.vie-t
P. Mecpuri, tier''ruary;
Iown, tremodurer; Mimm
t, organixt; Miss Mama'e
iupt. of Jtinitir
r of a istatAe of c(Jurxe
toxxtion himself Go~v-
In hill campaign 1Jr(1r111
tatew ? - lout the
never hi her than now,
be denietd thitt the Go~v-
mpental In gettinW cer-
1)V the la'gimlaiture,
of which have pu iu n sad-
Awrdera upon thd. IDEOFJot'K
will tell the rarajale that lid
nabke (for di this raeramoea
WteIEglit~lature' di d it
-youngill lgira a1 irnld
Mfrs,.N F, hiawai,Vic.
did Slid. ma 'Yx: 1"'lhree
c Ifitterm acusredlme- (f
*toiniash triwisile, vwti-
"buch un unhealthy canall-
tbist iy skin turrv 'il
Iam ntow p~ractiecsIIiy 24
Owls~u beforass I totok El.aa
'can now do',sill my work
"Peri~t In nay huslnanaI'm
tedlt sill alrugivktN.
ae Brick eo.,
p 1111 % A t Jil( rvsarai aii,, t .
iiil sa.' lajall 1115 lasw;'mla-
rIti mala-tira, toa vM, iiaatirf
91111v ati3,a: jai ( hial aa. ia a
Iri iA- I Cre'amta-a a
ardoa- Sni ahi ('4
IN cu.III (Ilay iitlaiii'
iuuisiela. ''I1,- oala.0l1 if Chain-i~
"sat-h aindI T~aithlaaom ita
4gav-al.r -iaijOiIla, mcik hvia-l
ipainr, Paa. ":1. Ia lv I- a
)Julius D~iamondl. 2b-2
1 veall" NO.
I~deour stock to( kilni
Sboefo vre hwcatinic our
ca nava Kyo ~u mo ney.
faJ,1 wiSejb )w re=
WsIa mmmer pis. 2.hecl
ori t i
N Rr" .
State Institutions for Higher IdM
Ulvorutly of lthe
Stat of Florida
A high-grad4e institution for young
men. off-.ring Literary, Scientific En-
gineerirng, Agricultural and Pedagogi-
Strong Faculty; well equipped lahb-
oratotia'; thorough instruction, both
theoretical uind practical: crirful aU er-
vision and discipline; high moral tone.
No tuition charge to fllorida stu-
afantli. Other aexanie verry lowj
For entalogue, amil nfiirrnation, ad-
,hieH AN1)I:EW SL;EI)n).
norida Female Codeep
A College for Women, without a
niraliel in the Solth, embracing a (ol-
lege for Liberal Arts a School for
Teaelhers. a School of fndsutrial Arts,
n ShooN.I of Fine Arts. Including p i
Iti.n and physical culture.
A Faculty of able specialist, in all
Tuition fre'. Charges for s p'ia-l in-
struction in Fine Art rIeduc(d tto I
oaitimurn. New buildings in
A. A. MURPHIREE,
THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST.' MARKS, FLA.
Owing to the situation near the junction of the
St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers and within a few
miles of the Gulf of Mexico makes it an ideal
resort for the sportsman and pleasure seeker.
Plenty of good gasolinee Boats to be had.
w A" 4a
AU (iw~ltevmbits, I-*~
Vice -ate .that tutu
li~a~ai. mmd hflin.-
What is ~~~
a ami eOifA
grode, rp u v-u i
Contains neither Olm
mubotamco.its agoq is guse.
anud all&;% Perersb Jt. b~main
Colic. It relieves TeethluW Troubles, 0* Va e
zind Flatulency. It auisatlat Ues tbOP04, ltsthe
Mtomach sand Bowels, givhWg healthy mA ad aulmsleep.
The Children's Paaaaeft.-Tjpwotlw P"S" ,~ad
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
SBears te 5tpiat*r of
Fishing aand Hunting parties furnished.
Convenient to all the Gulf Springs.
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
The Kind You Hae Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TW OSlTAUM OSiPANUV. f MUMrAr n 11wo av Sgpe enyv.
l i Il iI I I
GEO. W. CHILD.
Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.
Contracotrs and Builders.
A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of
all kidds. -
Mill Work- Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
colunnis, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
indl turned and scroll world of every description. Brick,
inme ;t(nd Cement for sale.
All orders will receive prompt attention. We guarantee
our work to he first class in every particular. Prices
Office, Shop and" Lumber Yard on
o)n lot south of county jail.
Seaboard Air Line,
P. 0. BOX 4.
Write for Prices and Terms on New
anti Second-Iiand Machines.
Do not suf for
Will Cure You.
Th.eflver Is the m* '- r '~i 'r I Io witolo bodyj. Toeipe
good health ono 2J1it 1E"4-p i .,11lar "cOOl order. ''(To o
a rtgulsiwr Lanoodod. 1I-al'rs ifle *1,1t yur Iivi sr Itiflt)u goll
4lt~ou Itushoucldbe and yottwill mot F.Eru frombetuldAoit.
A POSITiVI? CURES
FOR CONSTIPATION, CWdILLS AND
FEVER BII JOUSNUS'Y, MALARIA
ANIYAWLL! V4! Oi*l t-1A!NTS.
Hat;Done A Worlu v iC'CH
Mrm. (~.'.1). Iblifley, l)rartalo Pal1~ l'e' Tvvi "I aa 'haY'
tW5(l I roth ,and 1] nd It t ha, brst l1er .zsa:~ h''owr
tried. itt iasniamy tnaaiiiii" t -s 1 waU *n saOj r f f- I or k1a4 d
and I rtw(41t11?&tal lit.t,) m. il ty 111udi. XsI v., a lla ti
smk WI.LLBUY W.
Bellarc4 Snow Linhmkr tCO61
500o-502 N. Sc~rwmd St.# z.IOWJSW M
Sold and Rom(r,,rnmnded by
SOLD AND RBCOMAIW4DD BY "A eBSmnu COMPAPIV
Jol ii1 B. Stetson University
lFOURI Col-.IU(MES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS.
DE LAND, FLA.
Affiliated With the Universty of Chicago
COLLIUS OF LUIKERAL AIRTS.-Th. t&Mndalua are those of the Universnity of
Chiij.:a4-m wr'a~~aaia rdviates rk.eive their dowtes ree. u both Stetsona and Chicago.
Sov Ow -'chiahraw) and Stetson e arwosue.
COLLIGE1 OF LAW.-Graduate, of this Collegre are admitted to practice law In
COLLIGS OF TZICUNOLNT AND ICEOL MIR NICHNAMC ARTS. -Ilihani-
iiCival. ES.-.' -iaal Enginenrim aSM Man~ual Training eatamme leading to doeg.
ra'b'110nvhl.ling, amut1y eqpn~teftL
COLLEGE Of USlN3S&-11nklax In&Hl its branches. DcHmokptag by bpa&
:11a.4 hmaul. Mhily hand and Typewriting. Etest le cousme open tio het Depiart-
PRIPAD TRUGT SCAINY. -Graduak-. pre are~d to tger lar-aaw. Yale.
I'aa5.a Ortell. Miehtigna. Cbfregn nd allfivt fivut- 'COWeg
NORMAL AIM NODDIR, CUL 1. Kindergarten in iteakin be La.3.Psi-
'natry aimd4Grammaar ktamI inasupes to building b. emc nebm spa
5V51C 1CEOOL -A $oSIO.00 p ornala, a dessmopiasoa, asperste building.
aInv re- faculty. thorough oeumawd at iy.
ART SUM L.--Hwstuidim, costy aste.mdeaj.w.
Slew sum haa*tfaculty ef dS pssfmm-nand or vhowddoe f hmtne
thelvu'geuitpof %W Y Nwmamab 5iwab% Wok i-
oFl tir I 'navreritie.. T**. meO!m.5AIbd mn mlpm:an
aguartrir mi~llum al ae ~Ip5dowWum *m SWd kU5 an'nh
tiftnt Ch.ajaetWith eashy fisidingaISmeew1"M
aU i PiVV O or*";a Cb o~gWAd&W~ ,S
Field. runninngtWe rk.tamaht mwm, 4S I UI % I
Fomita. bread sanes,
The romtklgo is vbumt t a ~ibhm imte?,nbS
UILNHULLZY. MD. UMS9, LLD.
. ki, '
levyHBros. .^ *
Sf daey la Tptoes gr.
Sat pBrominent lmber dealer
rominet lumber dealer
a sTeethis week is J. L.
of Thbomaie, Ga.
t _e tt tires are to the
_Eay shoes are to the
it or dan. Ley thos. 29o
At AuI spent n Suday in the
v prInt brother, Dr. C. M.
and Tomas Ausley.
lesrs. A. B. Small and D. W. Pur-
lf Lake City, men prominent in
polite, were recent ito
of the requisites of a ple ure
is a handsome Suit Caseor Bag
the stock of Burns & Co. 25
Mr. mad Mrs. D. M. Lute, after a de-
I s immer spent at Panacea
have returned home and are
guests of the Leon.
.John Nel, of Westville, made
visit to the Capital City this
p po presented m our extensive shows at
i of tShwab's clothing. Levy Bros.
'Mr. T. B. Byrd and family, who have
a delight ul season at Lanark, rea
m Me yesterday. home and are
IJ v. Theus wishes to remind ty this
friends and patrons that he still
an up-to-date line in house fur-
W e Jewish New Year was observed
sial in our city, all places of busi-
belonging to these religionistss be-
closed until Tuesday morning.
Miss Annie Lloyd Bordi left yester-
for her second term at the Agnes
t Institute, at Decatur, Ga.
e. ead Easy, the great health shoe
o women. Levy B;os. 29
Prof. Hunter P. Woodberry of Chaires
Is in the city on business connected with
' eshool examinations.
Hon. John W. Kenderson spent the
Sweek-end at St. Teresa with his fami-
Anything in the line of Shirts that
a demands can be furnished by
a/ rs & Co., Men's Furnishers. 25
Prof. A. A. Murphree and family re-
yesterday from a pleasant vaca-
I pent at St. Teresa.
Clifton Gwynn, Jr., left Tuesday for
Decatur. Ga., where he will enter the,
All walks are alike to Tread Easy
shoes-for women Levy Bros. 29
Judge W. 1. Metcalf has been ap-
pointed by Governor Broward Judge of
ade county. This office was created
the last Lergislature.
Once acquired, the Tread Easy shoe
, habit is hopelessly incurable. Levy
Mr. Guy Louis Winthrop. now of
C Charlotte, N. C isyistting his parents
Mrt'. and Mrs. John 3. Winthrop.
I' Mrs. J. M. Carn and Miss Edna Cam
,4f Centreville, went down to St. Teresa
rlst Monday for a week's visit.
This is the weather for Rain Coats,
Umbrellas and Overshoes. Go to Burns
Co.'s for them. They carry a large
Sstok. and prices right. 25.
J. b. ICay, Jr., left home Monday
m ring for the Georgia Military
Academy, near Atlanta.
SMiss Eloise McGriff, who has boen
Sgtuest for several weeks of Mrs. D.
Lutz, at Panacea Springs. has re-
.t e home.
Schwab's Clothes. See them; they
a perfect beauties. Their eilual made
Sta measure would cost you double.
Ly Bros. 29
Mr." Arron Levy and son Milford,
left home Sunday morning for Atlanta,
Ga., where Milford will enter the Geor-
Military Academy. Mr. Levy will
on later to New York to purchase
Winter stock of goodA.
Two of the G., F. & A. R mag-
*jate, President J. 0. Hatch, of Savan-
ah, Ga.,and J. F. O'Dell. of Bain-
idfe, Ga., passed through Tallahassee
:1 a private car, en route to Carrabelle,
few days ago. 0
b. to Burns & Co's. for Bathing
Negligee Shirts, Summer U nder-
Knee Drawers, Leatherd-ek
Cravats and Ties, Handker-
and Lightweight Hbliery. 23
t evening a large number of oung
assembled at the armory for the
dese to be given under the ausi-
| t the young ladies who ed a
for'dancing several weeka aO.
weekly meeting s have been ex-
pleasant, andhave furnished a
recreation for the young folks
been at home all the sum-
Reenette Hunt has openM a
Art at her residence. Class in-
will include drawing, water-
d painting, and a course in
eappld dfti n. Mrs Hunt.
.A C Iat o th bestaschols
. wy s ok aitemotin ir
r o. Dale Mabry left for Ma
tat eM on, Ala., twe
of the we oe n
Mr. Harry Wilsonof t efo M
Arnth Wofford Fittinn
Orier your Suit ot we ar Co.
and have the style a fit guarantild.
Miss ones Herringto of
ia theuest of her unle, Mr. J.t Mot.
Dorogad at his residence on St. Aun a-
Trunks and Suit Cases to please ye.
Levy Bros. 29-t
Ms. Tom Liddonof Sneads returned
to her home last Thursday after a two
weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. J. D.
Arents for Stetson & Crawford and
W. L. Douglas Fine Footwear. Levy
T. C. Parker, president of the Parker
News Company, is raking a business
trip to Tallahassee, a guest of the
Mrs. Harry L. Taylor and children left
for their home in reenville, on Mon-
Tread Easy Shoes dispel that tired
feeling. Levy Bros. 29
Escaped Convict Caught.
Sheriff Smith of Wakulla county, as-
sisted by chiet of police Langston, yes-
terday caught an escaped convict at
Spring Hill on the line of the G. F &
A. Ry., about ten miles from town.
The negro's name was John Brooks,
alias Randolph Poole, who was sent
uW for forgery but made his escape.
He has been at large for six years.
The way to get rid of a cold, whether
it be a "bad cold" or just a little one,
is to get it out of your system through
the bowels. Nearly all Cough Cures,
especially those tnat contain opiates,
are constipating. Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup Contains no opiates and
acts gently on the bowels. Pleasant
to take. Sold by all drug sts.
Amnon the Churches.
SRev. Dr. W. H. Carter. Rector of St.
John's Episcopal Church. has gone to
Boston for a two weeks' holliday, but
the church is open both morning and
evening for services conducted by Mr.
Stewart Lewis, lay reader.
rb -- it yff F7-! I-- 0 L- -
)~ny o cL
Kev. W. 1H. Zeigler, pastor of the -- -- - .
Presbyterian Church, writes The True T he New Dormitory. U. S. Civil Service Examanatlon. I Here's a Chance for Some NoeMey fo1
Democrat that he has had a splendid Now that the contract has been A competitive examination under the You.
his work for another year. He will be definitely awarded to the Hadlow Com- rules of the United States Civil Service We want some one in Tallahasisee to '
home on Friday next, in time to hold pany, of Jacksonville, thp new dormito- Commission, for the positionn )I' three buy Pecan Nuts and Fig Cuttings for
regular services on the coming Sunday. ry is, so far as human events can be clerk.-arriers in th- itfvE,1 hire, us this winter. There is moneywn this
udgedan assured fati, and all the peo wll he held October 12 197, a r- for ome man who has got some hustle
The New Railroad. pie of Florid should rejoice timt their ing tt 9 o'cluek. (ircularh at' 1` 1- iti ,him. ite at onve "or particulars
Orf daughters will soon have a is.hool homn distributed which give implicit direc- to Arc Wliat Natrse.rie'.
Our enterprising fellow-townsman, which uphold.. the dignity of our great tions as to the steps to b taken lby ri,- .I I (.IIIARI)IFAI, ,JR.
Mr. G. W. Saxon. has become one of state. To surround girls w th refined sons interested in trying fir :h v ;."" .) it M. . M ,ntie. FIn.
the incorporators of th.- Bainhridge and cultured environnmetnt. is a great tons. Apphltt:o.iS will ,it he ., Ai-r. Mo'intic llo. Fla.
Northeastern R R. Co., which was in- factor in the oducatio-, which is intend- cd later than 4: 3' p. in. Octoli. r ,7 Ih Mr H. C. (Ch.iros anrd family have
corporat-d in Atlanta Ga., on the 7th ed first of all to fit them for future '..-- -. . returnel from l'anaea where the
inst This road will extend through home makingr. ad implant : an ambl- Board of Pardons. ha;voe 1,#n s *rnd:nt th :*summntr. and
lorida to some point on the rulf coast, tion to poses, that harmoniu ; setting i will re.mainr in T't; nhati-e during the
and the offices will be located in Bain- without when n, lit.-f is titiv ao,.l. Ex I 'ho H.eard of la.oVl., ., ;* '. iwint,-r for the co(nvnien'e of Miss Nan-
bridge, Ga. travagance and luxury are' i coursee to c.,p'ol laist ThIurn 1 ty. :i, h in. ti ,, :.- i,,i, (',.,i,, v no, wimhe.t to complete her
R. G. Pirter, of Apalachicola. is an- be deprecated, but 'epanlin,. dainti-1 su"I tho following r.,nik: k.,lrtr,'rn course at the Colle. re.
other of the incorporators of theBain- ness and beauty are th. Ibirthright of J. T Pnittmran. lonims untv. it ,
bridge Northeastern Ry., hailing from every daughter of Eve. and t)o a large cry arid embezzlen-nt, .
-ust.. who has been taught to vn) them not ditionally on account of had)t h.-alt. ahid are smnll, safe', sure little pills that do *
Mr. Clifton Gwynn Entertains. as things merely dv.irw.i,, but as partial blindness. ,))"t ) ripe r si'kien. Sold by all drug-
Mr. Clifton Gwynn. Jr., entertained a among the necessatits of 1t. !C. F. Brown, Jackson county, s,winzr Kgts".
number of friends last Monday evening At present dormitory spa'o, i. reAtrict- term of court 190';, :: y.ar. for urz:t- The meany warm fri.,nds of Mrs.
at cards and dancing. Tendrils of the ed, and unless many 'students arrange my. Conditional pirdon l>h,;,.ti of .George W. Button and Miss Fannie Mc-
beautiful pink vine trailed everywhere, to board in the town, many applications mental and physic'ial di.thiiti.. C(leood sincerely sympathize with them
and potted ferns furnished a harmo- will h ve to be rejected. Only two or Will Vivis. Wakulla <.ian fall in their bereuvement in the lossof their
nious background of green. Refresh- three Tallahassee girls will leave home term of court, 1906,. sent top j til fr six brother, Mr McCleod, of Lloyds. who
ments of orange ice and delicious choc- for educational advantages this winter, months for the illegal sale' of li(li'ors. died at the home of Mrs. Anni L. Bond,
olate cake were served late In the for our people realize thit no other 1Prdoned conditionally on a'iount of in this city, yesterday morning. Mr.
evening, and soon after the guests took woman's college has aught to offer bet- good heLhavior and intrcre-si,ons of MeCleod has been an invalid many
their leave Mr. Gw~ynn left a few days ter than lies at their door, iu, our boys, wh;te citie irs. months, and his deAth was not unex-
later for the Donald-Frazier School in alas must leave home or vo without I'erry S lore, D.-Soto eount v., Hring pected. The funeral took ulace this
Decatur, Ga. that education which is to Io- gained on- term of court, 190F. for w year M Snt morning at 10 o'clock from the house.
The guests present were: Misses ly in the school room ]'hits f course up for rand larceny. (Colitional liar- Mrs G(orire Floyd and daughters,
Arabel Hopkins. Mary Gorman. Ireta applies to those( of our ,our. men too don. ,, .... Mrs F.'rri, of Tampa,. and Miss Agnes
and Margaret Bradford, Elizabeth and far advanced for the high s'h,ol. Letter to M. H. Johnson. Floyd. with Mrs. Ferri's children, are
SAlie Lewis, Annie Lee Coles, Pearl This week many of the T 'lahas see F gust, of Dr. and Mrs. George H.
McLin, Ada Moore and Lillian Aderson, boys are leaving for coll.ge'... in differ- TAi"AHAShE', FLA. ('Av nn Mr. and Mrs Floyd lived in
of Jacksonville; and Messrs. Guy Haines ent parts of the country, and more will IDear Sir Suppo you've got 210 J ck sonv.lo, a number of years, and in
Laura Perkins, Blount Myers, George go later on. Robert Shackieford and cows; how much will yo tik..( ftor tend mkin their home there aK ain
Ames Abram McDougall, Herbert Dale Mabry go to M.ar n Institute,I calves anti milk of(100 of '..m n.xt, yvar tend _r fttur. e tee again in
Felkel Bernaird Byrd. Luther Holloway, kMarion, Ala ; Milford lIvy and John you pick out the 100? ar future.
Linwood Fvans and John Clark. David Cay to the (;
Resolltoues of Respect. ton D. C.; Clinton IDvwk'n-, to the arld you know which i. which. sco iits and -kin tdisM,,ae. It is espe.
At a meeting of the Tallahassee Fire Georaia Tech ; ('liftun (G.vUn t#f the It in *i with paint. You've got (n, cially giood for piles. Sold by ,ll drug-
Company. September 10th. the follow- Dona.d-Fruzier School in 1 c .tur, Ga.; bt cow in that herd There are 2. gist..
i resolutions were passed: Harry Wilson to the Fittm.z Sc.hool, different paints in the Ulnited Sta.tes. any expressions ot reret were
We the members oftbeTire depart-. Spartanburg. CS. .. G1 Am to ald kfne bstt You know your est hhe.rl last evening that the dancing
meAt tender our sincere sympathy to the Florida Stste Univ-eri.y. ,cow ; we know thn. (,an 'hlwas now I thirg of the past.
Edwin Alford and the other members .....The. b, i est cow i' ,t, ,e,, that gives The I .rget crow hat has yet assem-
of the family of the late E. H. Alford Saved HOe Son's Life. theh .t ci.lv. .; ,tl ih' e'st I h was on tho rtoo-r. and. a very vn-
in the great loss they have sustained in The happist mother in the little a .nt 'i the o t'r. 'a- .. ?ar is'l thn in Tallhah.,.,.ae, the ctrl.-
the death of. their father. He was a. town of Ava, Mo.. i. Mrs. S. Ruppee. ," ... r .. .. 1 .t .....dv men were largely in the majority, con-
man thatAs honored and respected by She writes: "One year ah.. my son whe. ri in ocr 1 .Jr-. isv st- Neuently the girls .id not lack for p%.rt-
the entire community. was down with sui-h Nerious lung tsr to look-t n.eros. Cards were tilled in short order,
May the great Ruler of the universe trouble that our physician was unable -|on ... ,11 ....r our arn nd extras were exterly sought Mrs.
in ifts infinite wisdom and goodness to help him; when, by our druggist's i -,Iwear 10 ..r i l t "k.*'- of an. F T. Myers presilel at the pano in
ant Edwin strength and ability to advice I began giving him Dr. K i's other pain., ni tat p.int'll we t furni the absence of the youn lady who has
bear his responsibilities. New Discovery,. and I soon n ticed Tm- e. furnished hed e lmuic heretofore, greatty
Resolved, that a copy ol these resolu- moment upfor a few weeks, when eckon costs. D)voe : 10 gallons t" the delight of the dancers who found
tioit be spread on the minutes of this e perfectly well. I. hhs worked -1.7-, .7wI; a bou-t 10 d,tay' work $3. such in piratin in her magnificent
eet, ndt oopy be sent tothe y since at carp-nter work. Dr. I .; the job. $47.50 for ten years: $i751 playing, that they encored everything.
family of the deceased. Kig' New Discovery anved his life." ear. The othr 15 g -lon4 1.60, Mises Ames and M 'rinnisa certainly
Committee: Ouaranteed best cough ani cold cure by $ ; aout 15 days' work i. $45 the have demonstrated their ability to teach
L. M. LIyV.LY, Chairman, all draggists. o5c and $1.00. Trial ,' ,"for five year $13.8) a year. dancing. All of their pupils have made
P. T. NICHOLSON, ybottleo f e. evoe$4 76 a yer ; t dther $1.0 a wonderful progress. and everything has
BRUvW1RD BYRD. .$ Dff4 o .$a year passed off ileas:ntlv. Miss Ame was
<^-.--^--s --. Mrs a.?enette Hunt has opened a yh.t's. hw i ereae .. year.i dreceivinif the congratui.ations of her
Don't imagine yourself growing owld class I Art at her residence. Class ht That'sow on tow and paint, friend last evening upon her success in
and ugly just because your mpirror is struction will include drawing, water. 'Yourt C having paed her teacher's examina-
sootJ .Jw discolored but get at nicely, color and oil p OOtin, I l --.. itor i.v D oi :,is o.r tion ta week. She will accept a posi-
wesilvered at J. E. TheuP Furniture pr etieal applied d4ei1n. j vis'o sell. our tihon ia the high school the coming term.
Store and see what an improvement it; bas beon a stud- t o hW. v -- -- bht Ja wbh grade has not yet boee
will make in yeor appearaees. 20 New Y 0 w. the True Democrat. :e
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THE TRUZ DEMOCRAT. ,Tr espa u Noe of Intent 1
TH 2 TRU M M i4 Ao Mr, John High, Of BakW' Mill. Ham- P @
c JOMN 0. COL.LIMS. her. ;iltin county, aecomileAd by Colonel Pate
... ,- *- ... W. E. Bake1r,. of Ga Iw e, appeared .
Pt!BLISIKD EVEkY IRVlAYtMOMNINO. ysteervicy before the State Board of
-- --....... ucailo'L:o, ail requested the Board to p a1",. N. ,.
The Adjlltast-4e rl lheuldi be Sp* order a ',tntinufnee of the suit brought Ir ett ,
against Mr. Hittgh on a charge of tresg- ,-C ). .,. *-
p. ass y ?^himuOch0,l laniii rh|is itbS OW' '
As our news columns have shown,, suit waa brought by Mlesrs. McCall and ba .ilAo t I ...fr th
there appear to be some considerable Small, of Lake City, as trespatls agents of tor"a.
amount of misunderstanding and fric for the btate Board of Education
tion between the retired officer of the After much discussion of the case the
United States Army detailed for duty Board refuMfl to take any action in the
with the State of Florida and Adjutant prernmies, unless consultation could be
General of that 8tate had with their agents, McCall and eoreos, c.,,tl< i '
Prom the information in our p~ostes- Small. *r undIer.. I
ilon, It seems to usa wholy urwarrant- The c..ise against Mr High comes up torethw f'r I. i .I...
ed cawe, of a governor not properly; tomorrow in the Circuit Court of 1lam- rralWand frr,,r,.. .. a r'
backing up his adjutunt-general. iltin county., The amount of dainayes 9th e .t', r ""',,.
The administration of the military at- rnarne.'l in the declarations agairnitl Mr. hrt,
fairs df a state is adiflicult task under High iin $2.5,ft(. conaequently the. ,n, n n ar.''' I.... '"
the bentof circunmsitances. It becomes will Ib ve-v stubbornly contested by "Gwjnn 1",... .,,iarn
impossible if t he governor, the corn- thie at t, r.,'s for both sides T.l4,oi ,t," l ,i'.11--"'0
mander-in-chief of Stite forces, who, tries, wher.. .. 1
as a general, trd ailrriost unive.al rule, Gen. Rebt. Lee. e in Tallahit ,. I:'.'
is not a niilitat v in,.t, udiertake. s to Wae- thl-- grviitefost General th,: v,,'rld I.
interfere with, or do(. not honi'stly, hna t-v',r known. I';llard's Snow I,i:;-. The .se n'. '
earnestly arnd wlJ'lly 'Aturi l ibehirid t rnt t i,L fl gr-.ate.s' t inirti-ni. QuiVkly acted I, ai .
ad utunt.-gi'ii'r' l in ilit of hi s ie rts. Cir !l .' T.. It witniln the r a.'; tnh in o, mano r.fi .r
Of course that involves thaivirng Ua goo ,,f ;i11 T. li. I 'ointe.r, lh, rnI pstti l, ,ii t tf a, .., ,, ''
adju rit.-re'riet rhl. That I n uI tno h, ,. ... f rIlTAs: '"I iAi is to certify that r',.' ', ,
o i I f k f t k 'A r I,,C l /.#* 'i ,I I' i
governor, If ,i ,ljtjittr.l-I '.!'
lind m icJre(r- oi(, who iX nati.-ftatory. |I, Ii t lie un t'xcellerit 1, l ni1nit4 for ',' ,"4," 1 ,
B ut ori(, .I- l, d es l 'cii',d the a'ljit; it 1,,... .rn:.,tii, ,.ais I aSri nt -v-' r v.e t et'r I t 1, . .
gK'neral to beL the right man n 1'(or th. i. ,lds,hi i,' Hardee--Snith I ',. . '
piJae,, then.'i h should hold hi, |i'.n - - "- '
siblet aurd ive hirm authority ,o dlo .i .a-ry GUARDIAN'S NOTICEl. ':", T .
n rec kfNi ry thir;f. 'i ; II sk4 HY ;IVI:N 'I ' i i ,. ;
Inr I'lo'idia itfinm the tIE ,tirn' o tiyl'f '.cry f i '' i r I '
froofpm, th- reLirfed ( lI| of v 'r iflt I d ty d. 11 .... -'. .l. ia 1.1 1 '' .' I .n.Ii. .... 1''
the war d.lep rtrm ntr was iricomp tenl , .. .ehl1' a" ..
to properly perform hils l.ti A H Ie ap- ,', ", ',i, .
p r ntly idii no r.t the r.t 1ti, ..lir r. i i i A. .nm l I.r . . rv< ', .... I ,
principles of the spirit and pu rpos k ie t,, i. . .. '.. i ,- ,, i i,,.., ,, .., .. .i .,
which undJrlay the fuct of CongritMH, ac(- Al ,, '
fordingi to Ith ternimtHof which 1i .4'c(Ur- | ,1, i . 1. 4)II'T e n, ,
od the dl"tiil and the return to full pl y. A .... I" w ,,r N" ', ,, f .... i i
It Wil intended by thowe who frairn.d I,,V, t ,, f :, . i.
the measMure that these officers of the- ,, ,,, 1 j ..hp i. ,,i, i Ji!r,, i',, th,.'* mI'' V i;,, .,a
retire list should, upon application of 1,,1. r iali .ii.f i ..
a gov r-m or of a state, be c letailh d for ,... .,,: l ,, . . ,, h : if- a I . , ,, : ,,,
duty with th. state, thenr to p.'rform .:.f le, .' i r .
such tasks ias might be set for th rin iby '2' X, .1 ef .. I :'. ;, , l ti""' .
the governor or his properly contilt- ,,"(.1 I ,.. ,. 'il I
ed ag 'ftt for m ilitar y affuirs; nAtr..ly,. 1"i. n I ,,r4f,4 in I.. ,. .... , ,r t i I r>'. i r
these adjutant-general. I 'i. : l '
It would appar fbom the reports of f ,' t, P' ar .ifI',r' f;,. l ", Tie offi cer '
the Florida matter which havy reached ,i ... ,,,,i nI,,, ...I M .I' |. a ... ,i, ',uiri',mm iill.. I .l,, r,1
us, that the retired officer detailed there' AI.. I'ahii,.r aldI fni.-ry f i'. i' .. I;*..-iral Mauri s.. ..r'ta
considered hirnself as sort of a special ..... ,,I i',. A $.riit C, ,l'7 f- lan hr Lf I)o'. ', I. t
adviMor to the governor, Momething 1f Vice-tres-r1i 4t antid I,,'
above and beyond the adjutant -general, PARTNII SHIP NOTICE. held hy tho .,,,,,, l, .n, .a
a l:oition abibolutely inconsistim;t with | F'Cr i; III',"fIY GIVEN 'Il r''' "III ,r,,y 4, eahIari,,.,l I, 5ndny ti
the iroip r administration of th' rtnilitas- i ,,i i i..t. ii y nI. I W i,, ni. betA ., thi. irewt(,r haI I e ei itei i
ry affair of the state., AeuIt,.Woi a A r i dnn 1J cI ,,> ul-iv mroeting. All ,thi.r office
airs o thm ta. -1i 4,, ,,1 |,, h ,t..it i n,,ier ih Utrn riarri ,,f A. HI tnually by Dir.ct,,rx. Annu
It waN intended thut these officers 'w ,., & -, at Mi' n. htr, lo, n ill. win .lay re,'t1r sIl.tol,,han.r. A P
should Ili' useld i1 instructors, that they Iif A,,uisit. A. Ii. l ut7, .latmilvaol t4y mrnii l tiln- 1 T'iiiulay in O( tlo-'r in eac
should be prae.t 'ally under the control I '.I ts,,lllhat Iho.,' hlA.','' in th.' fiilr., will 1.' may Iehungtl hy 4y-La
i V e.ar i'll on by the staid A II. WItin n I,',*, who 'ill shall m nyet oin r* h i, welth 41
of the state authorities; that the-y fay anridI dii.harrie all de,.ht'i. ,t 4141 l hli, itsmind r"- P 111I.at IhiOift lroo tfai
should be detailed ut the. lrquest of tihif ilI ve all m ioney",.i'y l. 1lhl< I.t lI, .aiel lle lirn mn., for the pJiirlrl e of Iad
governor and relieved from such detail A. ft. WINN. ins the fi'stor annual mneeti
upon his request. 1 .. t1.rr *atth cinietini It
General foster, Adjutant-General of Guardian's Notice. 'thli,,ffe.or the ilert ain
Florida, needs nod offensee from men who N O'TI'F ISIlR'EHlY (;IV' N THAT ON TlE Vlhlolwing person.r: P. C. (I
W him. He Is undoubtedly one of i 21,t d(ay 1'sit.melr A. ID. 7. I will ,,,k.. Gwyn, Vice-President ai
al rpllcation t, thi' (h untx. Juit llo. of IArion .,un4tv, a (g |. ( 1t nn,. secretar
Smo t able adjutunt-genera" i in thte f"lr.ie. it his t.e n ti f'llaha e...., HliI, for i",,.r, f directorm co<,TrM
United States If he and his officers iuithriy too.i-ll, at irinvmte sal, the, int.r,it of i ,r ynn (G. 1. Gwynn, F'
represent to the governor that the re- i. a WIenc(iarraw iyi, Imi, nor, l i a ln i 4 e. aLn t.ll lI s',
tired officer etailedl with them i in- y. ,n .w f ia fk l h.o,'. l.n xhI a. h tam unt of
omplete'nt, or tiiiflt, ior unmatifflactory, iiwn, t-.-wit: I i, n t,, re '. 14 l. II. 1,4, I u l it a ily I in. hall r.,t ,fi no
or uncongoulKC ll there Ii nothing left I n, he*k 2. lo. H 0 I;,l.r.,l 10, II, 12. I 1 II. I. t, 1 h,4ua,...i dollars).
the governor but to request tw, war a fillKr, ,i ,kI. l, .!I 'i ., '1,.' aand r.t
departm ntI to recall the man i i i.i.M'k 12;. anri iit ,.i,,,i -.,.s.,i T .," 7 and r i
The attitude of the war de.pirtIlCnt ,In hlaek ll i,,f Iaul i a. ri Ile it/lI. u.o, i,,,%'4 ;', ,'thr with 'i1
ii Ad1l| n of Ta lleha .-.,h,, l.h.beaaIf, uo l~or |>|H( r, h , b >ll"o -:
toward this question is ai fair and tight i ired ,h, ,k "K it." .R,' :,'..f ,,( the' l ,t,|,1 Naiwi.'. RP leiilene'.
one. They hllve done, and will conll tinui r ei'onis in the ofmh... of i flit, CiPIk ,,f nI,.' (i,,( It 1 (;iliiire. Tallaham '.'
to do the ctorr.ect thing. The mistake (",,rt f -iruntynll l.
ii that of the (;eove.or l ,f lFloridla. ,r theA.h' f ..n di I N I I .~tI i, ,,, ,.'n,. TallahasA'.',
Arms and the Man. oujardllan of the iFsitate of i",. Vti it rrawa,. 1 I C;n.yT, Tallahaw'l
Occasional headtlache, hbelhhing, bad In the Cireult (ourt,. e..ondi Judicial M ,',1,,-.Tailahas-e
taste in the mouth, lack ft petite and circuit. Leon County, .onla. T h
slight nervousnetl arne ymniptom of in- rClIt ein ounty. lonIIa. Tahas,
digeKtioll which, wlhen ll owed to go Jri.. (.f-nat .c, .Cil -tl,.-
uncured for, will devv.fiop into a ciMe of To ., Ii. Hlihtower. Jr., fisef.ur 1 .,,I' All i'e.r. si' ,,rid, --
dlyum| pep ia that will take it Ilong time to si, ,on. Intersitl in thi. Alt,ve Sil i.i,, ,f I n. I
got rid of i 't ne', le, 't ytour tom.- I Vn are h'oby notifl. thatl a t f I f Itt,.h- I.f,,,,, o, they under',tl
A t f s 1II ha been t'1I(Is l i aS'a liut ,,t ll'4111 4.1 nl o l r Ar,,l,- m Il v 1t4,r, olr d F. (;ilmlor,
lch. At the. llrst nielic'ti.on f ,rou .lel 'I ty.lo a tlathed .to atlfy the ih' ,nt ,l of .i I% ii- '. hpill
take something that will hal'l|, it along ,il. ,rifu tinnri Io) two h ,I) lir4 s,.i l t*i ,l ).t.,, M(;,A%,,' i tI M. hllin l ly a
in its work of dlig st iig ther i o Il ,'ou "t ""'lll th11. .v.. .i. l Ithe org ine l i
peplda w ill ido thi. Ki e l w ill ai k,.. ...l ,. te h ly If II't1)11,.,o1, A 1. lis>;. li,.,1i t 4 1 1, ., i, whl .i y .
your food ldo you o guot l tilrl will en'iiil.' ', h "'flha t i leaI naiiis .il. aridl ),>ii i,,,.l.0it\ Ni
you to enjoy w h.t .vou ..t. 8 ,,,Il Ir i1l ,,,.r he,, 4, ., l ,f Ai...t I. Notary r ,i h
jlruguiatM. I '. w 1i.iI.A II al I hI SI". i'hl itfr. 4 s nexpr.i A
It Hesai Needless Expense. Admilatrater's Notice. --
Th11 e doen not uapiar to U t,) I., SI. 'ny i ,-l I 'eF',I i l iti:lY .. .Al ,i i'll f -f
t'arme lot n fur iti extra m t' lHiefn of tile -.,i,. n .i. l ,r i.i inal'tl aa ins the ,fst tie'
I'gi lattu 't'. Somlel of the institution ,,1 r I l'. ,, ,4 VI iim ,i. *I--ce .I In. l .lte f I... ,
for whleh allppropriitions were Ilia it., .,.', Ii ,,i h';, ,,,'lr.,,,,I' l h" i .'ti er f,,.
will ltimply have to w it until u tlthe mp ut- i'" 'ie .. .. .. ih .... ,ill f.reir.. ,l,,-
e'y become., available under presentron- l. ,a i
tlitl in t It iM .inte.l otj that there Mare. 'Ih .'.I *I. 4 A 1. , I' ; i s
ilo wiys of l', i'l itv I0, .lu itlt andt A.,,,in itutnii I,, f ln ,,1.1 i 11-', '
in lhii' 'al fIitture. () lit' IN tli nir llO h' For Sle1 Uheap! ___ _j_
t.1114' t x li\y H' nd thl cthlir is to
sfu. co.uvKle, to the p.,,imeit of thle lolie. nhf "1.* nt f
pll rl>Il.liitionls, which wouhl mean to a lli '. --tf
rt'ieie th' countyllt' tax levy to meet thil for Sale I \%!tl,, of 45 Ibs. <
(xpilis' nf tcrimntniit prosecution. It is A .fine .Jersey cow knd ienl. Itist fre's. f,'l tn layers Ill
prola ble h11111 nolt It tIC li lentllbe'ir of |$1'i'ie $1'e $ X1." Apply to Mrs N. T \ Ii r, ;,.i.,. 'Ticking
th' lehgisl tire' wu I h. Willing it d IlHox le. Tlilahllssee, Fla. I tl'f .I' Imperial S
(Ilhter tfI e the'st I liu itH, nill, the e'trn ,',e11 in every w.
ieNsioln, wiiulhl' th'erfore,, Ile barretn if Wamied. ,,, "Otrmoor"
e.tuilLts *4( fi df chIi'iming the ltre'se'int 'Th, loan of two hund(Irel d (llrs, ,n i l noi felt mattre
lltinen'tl itttuS' i cor, erned The're s. M ,r m'e tlreetl l'rlerty. A ldlress lInt.x I| 1 'il',te .
we t'hmk. 1 it 'one thin that woulil jus- '22 T'lahas. I-'2t I-r one to-day
lify l %tenor t'rownrd in tiltuiligti p- t',"'v dlnhts, and
on the' Slt te the e 'ene oif ran trt Fr shl'd oom ,' .lolutly 1g atis
sellion of the legilalttiiture. If the colm'n- i.For twone or two gelitlemn. near ho- It \ kil be immedia
litiilion.s .ow ilnvhigntlin g the afTitirsof te'l ind itnardiitj houxe. Ilath. Alddrets 'wi1Ilt question oi
the truhteen of the Internaml ImIprove- "Itoe." care rrue Democrat. 25-lm
mnent Funil huull iid t'In lito l li ent and tPressa. I)NL $10.00 FRE
could b corre'cted by rrnemdiltl lewisl.- Lleantim anI Pfem. I
tion theliin exti seion wouil lIe' My 'le'atnlNg atI 1 pressintr hbuine.ss s1 4 IIO)ES-FU1TC
coimmismon will uniloublteilv linil romtre silt the explrte jtflih'. Also sample'
Irreg ilaritlie in the handlinI of the lin,.t,. of nt~ tailorinr "rmade-to-moaur Jaksonville
the railroad, sold to<) cheap to inlvtd- Carlead Bera. ad Ndales.
1',11n and given to other individuals for Carloa d r(a dMte al
small service. But these things are I have at Wells' stables a carload of
done and they cannot lbe undone by the Kentucky horns and Tennesee mules. White boy about 1
4islature. LMagips the exLra wesaiun Cheapest and best *e bro t to th wll to o k. Iow
I It M needilo xpens.--eity. a c l soL_ mL a
C;, l 6moy '0e r th
r. the jint) dyef whe.
,e tne ewa of the of ts
P. C. GO-M.
C. Ia aG et.
P. H. OWTm,.
G. L Dvms.
TH* "*OWNMM TOAOeo
by asoelate thewivl.
,of becamli imeorpo.
'Aration under the laws
with the following pro.-
riowration shall be thi
ty." It business shall
14 of Florida. the other
*s, and all foreign ecoun-
I t principal off ieeshall
Oh buismne to be trane-
that of planting. eul-
-r'lucing, curlnir, pack-
,v. hiyinmg and handling
,r farm products, eon.
',v. leasing and other-
'II iKc and othierwise dis-
hiadJirn tobaiteo. and
,,tinv warehouses and
,iv. hartlling aTnd pre-
,a.'o<., and all uther farm
;.'simse, of any arl every
,.1l sIaw anld make, by
ii tulhding material.; to
1I ,t all kindul; orrow-
i, h or without '.urity;
IAIl other11 ierotiable
i I-i>- ;i en' or hrwi.4 ac-
' -'+ ;*I; l<'ttliIsr. l Iliniig
4<..ii I| an m i- errat ln
v ar Ii manufactiuring
ia,,'* whatever; and<
S F jh nti l t iii 1x-u,4 and
''. 4'',Y or ,rom-ir to th,.
S'iiluct of ithe geparal
.i',1 stock ibull a, fifty
'ilhid Into ohi, hundred
*;'jars each. ten i-r cent
6-l1 a:ud paid for before
a t any bihintess. Any
I. ie-'el in the r)urchas
,wrty', or in uy'inent of
,, h. flxed dIy the I Wrd
I 'rl'oration shall exist
ri|pany in trans.ct said
'y and Tremaurer. and a
(4O'iiCfaiOf(l ,if not leftl,
han eleven. The office
niral Manager may Ie
in. likewise that of See-
ih Itoarnl of Directorn
me hy vBY-IlAw. The
by Ntolekholders at eaeh
rs shall' te elected arn-
ual mneotinig ,f the Di-
hall Iw held on the first
wh year; but said date
we. The inerporimators
ay of Septem.'bnehr. A. D.
company. at Io o'clock
ioptin By-i-lwl. hold-
nK for the election of
s organization. Until
nual meattinir hall lie
II be conductlid by the
ilmore. 'Preaident: C. B.
nd General ManIager.
y and Treaas.ire; and a
td of F. C (il Aore. C.
. M. I'hillihn an1 G. I.
r] hl,<'li< iiiTl ,a l:alility
iio e thi i :,il.ioi (fifty
- 444-f 'lf 'p'zbirig i t 1ii-r-
*1ItaIl stocik' ..O44)cribedJ
At ,fI 4Stocwk.
2 Shareie i$1,049) 114
I'll share',. #;. ol)o (W)
12 S h a i e,4 t6. fXju P0
G' t w3nn, E.I
Di)#tim. i ine we'll
korn. M erilI1 y llly M I hat
mr ti me t whii
of pure' (Ilhlifl
F're'nch fR '1II
tit*'hed ( itr-
FAY th'e equal of
or in v othe-r
Wt. Y4)11 t(I I t
, Mi nn fl i t
ih In iT y""1 're
I yars old, who to
In order to makeroo for my
Stock I am offering my entire ,todk
at reduced prices. . .,
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 satisfactiou guaran-
teed. Give him a trial and be con-
TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE
J. E. THEUS, Propr.
CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.
STAR PRESSING CLUB
Ladies Suits a Specialty.
Work called for and delivered to any part of the City.
Membership $1.50 per month. Phone No. 13.
STAR PRESSING CLUB, Leon Hotel, I
G. S. WHITTLESEY, Proprietor.
A Public Benefactor.
What the Thomasvllle ehiropodist
Is able to correct:
Soft Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing, Club, Gouty, Brittle Nails, Calloused Feted
Odors and Perspiring Feet, Sprains and Bruises Corrected Without
Pain on the Moving Train. STRICTLY ANTISEPTIC.
To The Public.
Having suffered greatly with ingrowing toe nails and now being free frm
such pain, I most cheerfully commend the gentle treatment and cure of Dr.
Robert E. Williams, Surgeon Chiropodist of Thomasville, Ga.-MaconTelegpralk. '
HERSCHEL J. VAUGHN, Pistoffice, Macon, G
Mrs. George Waterman Williams does Dainty Manicure, Massage, Hair Drl-e i.
ing, Dematology and Utility. Scalp Treatment and the Marcel Wave a specialty
A woman finds just what she seeks, be it joy or sorrow, for in the seeking she"
creates it. Every woman can be beautiful within, and prim and comely without
in head hands and feet. Pain from Corns, Bunion and Ingrowing Nailsis unnemse ; yr
they effect the eye-sight and cause moral over-strain. I correct every disorder -
of the foot- Twenty-five cents a corn and it don't hurt a speck.
Dr. Robert E. Williams,
Telephone 232. 731 North
OPEN ALL HOURS..
n ehiropodist Masseur,
Madison St. THAMARIA"
Madison St. THOM)
er Livery Stables..4
I. SC"OEMAKER, Propr.
M. AI~kl r AM 5 'm O-aas oam otA.
tun augment .
68 TO 100 N. MONROE STp
PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE.
i S A V D!-.!I
50 per cemat, of your Shoe Bill by having .
A. *. S. TWINE -
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First ClamasWork. Satisfaction guaran
Also we have In connection with rhy shoe business the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.,
Cleaing, Dyeing and Preaewr. First-Class Workmen do this work. Yo.
uit made new for little money. Prat-Clsia Tailor Repaiks ad Makes l
to At. OldPamamn Hato Cleaned and Made ew. No tahke. -
No..l. -3 A SG -1
*HMMtfopl o tae *ltt
Squd fat a to-
M ll ti reegcgtsed by mero6f
dby her own citi nhip as
promising town in Middle
h Me inavited to sinvestIgate
'eopl Window Screen
worn cut the peev-.
adt lv, have fu C u.k to-
for the Usto common in
Look for the Winredients
on the bottle. Contains no
Sdrugst Sold by alldrugglets. *
Lewis M, Lvely will leave to-
Virginia Beaqri, and will stop
IK for a few hours In Jaekson-
j t of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
ere are no coldfeet in Tread Easy
so.f For women. Levy Bros. 29
r. and Mrs. Phelp Wardes W.,on
. Mrs- FrOAne Hogfan left yesterday
IMMre. Wilson for Fernandbna and
two for Memphis, Tean.
M IByeon hand a larstodk of fine
i ed 4-inch fnoe n d amcei;
Ssad 10 nah fiiAUhed bot
et yori, i 9rmeO
Carload of Choice
Horses and Mules.
SAll Sales Guaranteed as
J. D. CAY.
SBefore Investing new sew
tee y mummer awing, all
th Ne om,~a ne Whit
an coer of Adams and Clinton
v~r. eod QL. Weitlgt%,, Cc-b
Ae m 49C. wal -Ilycards
altMmit gowamt "m of
K beMOOle In cztu~aeCloth-
We Will Keep In Touch
The ASSORTMENT and d*4 the PRICE
SSingle Wagons. Steel ot Skein Axtes
Light/Two Horse, either axle. $88.00 to
---- t-.T- -- ---- 40.00
Timber Wagons,........-$48.00 to 50.00
." BUGGIES, Out of S1tl
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached aMd no Complaints.
Customers from Amsterdam, Ga., to
Florida coast and numbered by hun-
dreds. And they are still coming as
before one is out of eight another is
FINALLY-If we fall to please we
Recommend other Delers in the city.
TULLY & YAIGQR CO.
Harvesting Machinery 0 Hardwi
VOU CANO TMo TNWE
and you ill find no better in-
vestment for your money than
property in and around Talla-
hassee. W. areoffering homes,
lots and farm, that are sure
to rise in value shortly at
bargain prices. If you want
to secure a home that wiM
S give You a home and maek A
raoney for you at the sam*e
time, consult us.
LOOK AT THIS I
A model farm containing 3765 acres, 825 acres of which is cleared;
together with an $1 800 dwelling. 5 at houm s, goo barns for
general farmer. and 700 choice peach tr which will bear. next
year. The place in well watered, the character of the land Is gen-
tly rolling, as well as table land, the soil light grey and red clay
sandy soil, -the best of soils for the culture of Tobacco. ,4%
The place is located about three miles from the City, and is of-
fered for a limited time only.
For price and terms, call on or address
J. T. BERNARD & SON,
Real Estate Dealers.
Tw Ta sec ardwm eCo6mP-4
Get The Habit.
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Leave your soiled clothes at home bundled up
We'll do the rest. Then oV will bave no
miss-mated socks, no hunting the wash woma.e
Sunday mornings for a elea shiat no worry
about musared shirt stored and ed,
no ticket to loose and toes over gttig your
Laundry on Saturday nlght, o bundle of
soiled clothes to lug up street
See or Telephome th Manager about our
Month i. V N
Get outfof Ipthe right
way byy Co, at
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The Housekeepers' Dell ht
ias rasne that will rop.t meats, boll bakeeor qothrwis eook
vegetable a=d keep it piping hot anta OopM the t11 for au
A iogas range .uopled with fliowin s as W
our stret Mains, controlled by a simpl "ft t the w tW '
your kitchen meets every de oet f the utious prepar w
meals for the household. Ask all the quet I l ifrrou lke mof oa
this office, orof our representative, wo t LeI_ rawhi
l'o~tal q'phone request. GET THE "VULCAN"O 8 ,,DW
A Boon In*Iot Weather
is a, fil st ov4orange on sultry ironing days. Gas thM
.e'*rv. ,s just th't q Mry^ quantity of heat for bet r lj
,iv-rheating 'thotecthen and making it uncomanr =ftN
ironr. For tbiis i during aid. like many other p,
&ild the stowv ranges which burn it complete t
c-n complemeni f, this ottice about gaI auvAtle. .
The Gas Compady, Phone 72.
a Word about
We re compounding more and more each week. Many
people have found that here they can always get just
what the prescription calls for, Just at the time we prom-
ise, and that the price is reasonable. All druggists use
pure drugs, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
best quality. Even the, very cheapest drugs may be the
purest of their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.
R. W. eobb, Druij 2o.
Bast lde of Monroe St.
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VUDOR PORCH SHADES
We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Chests at knock down prices.
Portieers, and all kinds of House Furnishings
always in stock.
COX FURNITURE COMPANY.
An Opportunity by Which You May Profit.
I am Going to Give a $75.00 Buggy to Some One.
WILL IT BE YOU?
THE PLAN is simple. With eachbuggy sdl, from now until D3cember2')Lh, 19)7,
I will give a coupon similar tolthe one helow, properly filled in with number an
name of party to whom issued. (The stub will alsu be fil(kd inland retained by me
as a record ) *
.o~nNi na,. es 7.4t........... ..7
fr. his cr/ice af.-m S7,5.00 ~/'Iq., n W.Vator'A, Proii'ded'
the ml~en~~er c ,,ig ntenne wr.vn.al/em in lak. eco-ro~.epon/
Wd/ithu'Ahf SMA$ o'a n on d." ,prize /ato he dontvaviu. Oc.,
NOW A WORD ABOUT BUGGY
The sensible buyer knows that a
'little judgement often aves many dol-
lars. He knows that there a is price be-
low which a good buggy cannot be made
and sold. I have just received a ship-
ment of desirable open and top buggies
of all styles. They represent a certain
exclusiveness in quality and price not
HOW IS THIS FOR $55.00
The winning number will be determined, Dec., 21st. by drawing from the stubs.
The holder of coupon corresponding to first stub drawn will he given his choice of
any open or top $75.00 buggy in my stock. This is no fak,,. I am going to see
that ei(ery customer receives fair and just treatment. Some one, holding these
coupo0)ns will positively get a first-class $75.00 buggy, FRllIE.
I think I have the most complete and
business vehicles in this neighborhood, but I
any one who has had occasion to buy of me.
lar people. Why not give me a chance at yoi
most up-to-ilate line of pleasure and
may be prejudiced.. Suppose you ask
I have pleased some mighty particu-
Cor. Clinton and Adams St.
Dust proof long distance axels. Side
or end Springs. Genuine LAther Seat.
Quarter Loeather Top. Heavy Curtains.
Storm Apron., A Buggy that usually
sells for $60.00.................$55.00
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