The weekly true Democrat

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The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title:
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Creation Date:
November 1, 1907
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


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

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Headly' ChMocolate Sprayvery tooth-
mse. ". H. Randolph So 3 -S.

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pate. remt den ^ TeobiW 0-athe follwing:

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aBirie d west

go o 1u t ito, wtenaM
the Uim 18tatS
soil rvey has *? o o
Asbia Comas, Vr s0ell sur
*amp hpas bee M Uaiown taoa"
atf se of ln we adapted to raising

jd, In Eeamounbia ty this ye.
ndibtya s wrh pper leaf tobacco
,t thea m b ws ll y isn-
h odnthis Cornt The Cound ties of
Rose and WU ton, li m ast of
ff nbia County, are wel apted to
wrapper leaf tobacco aso. Tobacco ha
bee in past year successfully raised
in these counties. In the counties of
Holmes, Waahingtoh, Jackson, Calhoun
and Liberty, shade wrapper leaf tobacco
has, this year, been successfully raised.
The counties of Franklin and Wakulla
are also of the same capability for
wrapper leaf tobacco,
Leon County is the seat of the State
-government, Tallahasseebeing the State
Last ear there were about 60 to 80
acres planted in Leon County in shade
tobacco. This year the area is nearly

per leaf tobacco in Leon County.
Two fine pacing houses were erected
in Tallahassee this summer to handle
tho 1907 crop. A soil survey map has
been m td of the T h county, showing land
suitableoa shade tobacco.
In te. of the counties of Jefferson
(my home) and Madtison, ton acres of
shade tobacco have been raised this
year. FUty r in ol have been
einsg hoa oli Next
year the arm
east ofa LeOSpnti. twenty Vh tHoi-
sand dollars have ust been subscribed
in Jefferson Cunwty to erect a packing
house in Monticello, and to plant shade
All of your readers are familiar with
Gadaden County. This county is said to
be the richest spot. per capital, in the
world. Millions of money, home capital,
New York capital, western capital, are
invested in this county in shade tobacco.
Let me urge your readers to come to
Florida, to the counties I have named,
and see for themselves, and iake their
r fortunes, a so many anr now doing,
My home is Monticello, Florida, ef-
ferson County. I would be flad to an-
swer any inquiries looking tolnvestmenW
in tobacco planting. A per*s*o with 20
acres of shade tobacco is certain of an
income, per annum, ranaring from six
thousand dollars to twelve thousanddol.
lars, above all expenses. Quit Wall
street, you seekers after wealth, and
come to the Third Congressional Dis-
trict in Florida, and raiseshade tobacco.
Very trlv yours,
M. C. 3rd District of Florida.
Se ard Urges Pelltemcss.
General Superintendent Chas. H. Nix,
headquarters at Portsmouth, Va has
issued the following circular to all em-
ployees of the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
way :
"In order to dispose of the only thing
that a railroad company has for pale
which is sp1ace-paenger and freiht- -
It isa necessary that we should etabish
bktwm the employees and the Ipublic
the meat pleasant a d cordial relations
"The public judges a railroad horpo-
ration largely by the treatment it is ac-
corded by the agents or representatIves

te patrons are olerded 1. the
use ft te lephoes by the impatience
of the pemlli' uspr etatives,
"A rep-tuth. fto frflr t with
equal and murteous tre of aH
eustomera, is as eseantal to the sae-
ees6f the od a It itstothe uecMB
of any other bgimesa. The g.o wIll
and frlendshftof the community served
by this eosspeny arte the most valu-
Sassets we have, and the stromrast
recomime ndamt for pm4etiou as em-
pyee Of an dtt a Ihave is
the fact that by uniforms commodation
of patroiw he secured for himself and
the road the friendbhtp of 4me commu-
nity in which he m located.

goo results will follow."

A sentence of six months in the pn
Itentiory was, on Monday, ,mpmf byb
Justice Dowlintr upon Walter R. Gil-
lette former Vice-President of the Mu-
teal Life Insurance Companv, who was
convicted of perjury. A physician te*-
tied to-day that rt. Gillette was asf-
fertig with heart trouh!e, and the iM-
prlvmesnt might result in his death.

I-mie toNOR&

ieMda, d wl as bpywasenrorte
to th child took a
lo tie to get water and rushed
toW ad Man. s hbe was at once
setetof ttr f noethig short of
a horrible death wa expected for the
little fellow.
The eondetor was notified and the
train stepped. After searching over
and under tho cars, and in every con-
ceivable plase, the conductor ordered
the beaked up slowly. This waen
at Waaa, a point some ten miles
south o Sebastian, where the boy had
last been noticed. Slowly the train
moved backward, with hundreds of eyes
searching to the da n for a
:lim of the boy. All ,ho way to Se-
was the train returned, but without
reeults. The opnductor ordered the
ftrai to proceed setth again and when
about two mile south of Seastivan the
youngster was fou right close up to
the track and partly under a small bush.
The lad was apparently asleep, but
when picked up commenced to cry, and
was hastily taken aboard the train and
examined, as best as lay doctors could.
At Wabassa, the conductor tele-
graphed to Fort Pierce to physicians
there, and when the train arrived two
'doctors were on hand to look after the
case. A thorough examination of the
child was made then but no injury, ex-
cept probably concussion of the brain
by the lad's head coming in contact with
a railroad tie. At Miamni, the train was
met by Dr. James M. Jackson, and an-
other examination made with similar
results. The youngster. with his aunt,
are at Green Tre Inn, where the form-
er is receiving the best of care and
seems unhurt exoopt for a pain in his
head. If there afe any Internal inju-
ries they have foiled to become notice-
able, and it will ofihoably be a day or
two before the Oa ;&i;e of Master Cal-
houn's fall will be lttown. He appar-
ently suffers but liUle, is rational, and
has practically no tever.
'Miss Calhoun and the child came to
Miami to visit a family by namea of
Newbold, living at Cocoanut Grove, ad
will probably wo there' as smooa t
boyispb ically able.
The t of nth young man ha s srdle
him famous, in that he is probably the
only living child who ever fell from a
train going at the rate of frty ort more
miles per hour and survived death or
serious injury.-Miam i Metropolis.

Rayimond Paul Hill was born in Tal-
lahassee, March 19th, 1894. When only
two years old he became hoeploes from
the effects of an abscess which had
formed on one of his hips, and for a long
time he could not walk, nor even stand
alone. Gradually, however, he grew
stronger, and, though always weak he
was able to some extent to enter into
the sports of other children until about
a year ago, when he became rapidly
worse. On July 10th, of this year, his
father took him to the Post Graduate
Hospital in New York City, at which
place he died on the 12th inst.
Raymond's letters home were always
cheerful and full of hope. Indeed, he
fully expected, after i year's treatment,
to return home curedl. And his expecta-
tions seemed, at first, to be justified, as
the improvement in his condition the
first few weeks was very marked ; but
suddenly he seemed to come to a stand-
still, and neither improved nor grew
worse until about thirty-six hours be-
fore his death. The physicians tel-
graped Mr. Hill, who left immediately
or New York, but little Raymond*
sufferingsr were over long before his
father reached tim.
"Behold, the tabernacle of God is
with men, and He will dwell with them,
and there shall be no more death ; nei-
ther shall there be any more pain; for
the former things are passed away."
The sorrowing lather reached home
with his mom's remains on the 1k Inst.,
ad the berial took place the same day.
Teacber and' scholars of his school
grade formed a sad procession to the
grave, which the children covered with
lowrs,_ as their last gift to their little
friend and playmate

That pale It your back caused by hnm-
bao, siff muscles or a strain is an easy
Sto getr i of. Bel lad'I Snow Lin-
iment eure rleumatism.lumbego, sore
and stiff miueies, strains, sprains, cute
burns, bruises, scalds and all aches and
pIal. You need a boctle in your house.
Sold Ir Hare-$mlth Company.

G. W. Clovd, a merchant of Plunk, lect that you can be guilty of ia to al- t were used whenur
Mo.. had a rnrr,"w escape four years lo'w conistpation. biliousness or any pletely cured.," Bolstof al b1lo d
ago, when he ran a jimson bur into h. liver .,r bowlI trouble to continue It is; cmes and body building health
thumb. He sav.: "The doctor want,'.l p y-ur ent re sy.t:m an. m1y ;',Guantri imt ill t -' 'qt .A.
to amputate it,but I would not consent lead to a urins echr, nic disease. Tak r .. ,'"a,..i .., k
I bought a box if Buckion's Arnica Ballard's Ilehine uadl get absolutNlv ,.... t ,i.
falve and that e'lred the dangerous well. The sur.- cvir for any and 11lv, Ut '
wound." ..' t druggists. trtubls of th,, stm;.eh. liv.r and l.ow- ;_u!U m .t-.r gth r
-" Siol ,v lit "I ,e-Smnith Co. in licav.'-., -' l thin,
Every piece t< t;,t lke morr. Ask T. .- .---.-a- that uskII.. ,'.,'thew 7: ,,.
H. Randolph & Sun. 36-2t. P int much and you will prosper. Print with :,>,r line printWr

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--.i ,. " vm w s. 3AGCOiNG
t h WAV. iww mrMU amstat.,a TO i

o that t e haa wisill.
A of theo Mf eagftdo Illto the stsT
mose~t ~atto be Centralr ts snow To gives outt wt

tecelic at adie hOtent
and th a eac h w ith hr in swic kns tusMn ths
S--- lafaes t hio .t.i.gD oaef ph Unlat al of t l tha a will-be
..the Wmitthec .o1 m.-.i. by uderu ath ntthea t N t have tradto Hal-mu

we stern MP sb nen uwia mh.mbr of their ser td- to witat h-toh -
T.mest to. ofe.ra_ m tM morae complex than o.eoit abot alt tma t'
dof o p ht t ihavior UR Of twaaobtanet i
theest n l.ea itlde ot thers, in the organism I i m la, hO t
bi bay b&eh th ve thSee sreatomach, s pantd of an ote
vs, F I wt te Aantic stue it the abreomson oothr no- oeean
ithe elawae a Oi tradta bay cularb and hoxdt ad ltly as starch e ote -ot
It ass Jsley ,cOente s rttin d s owegr, thea n ob r theelno
akea w arebasdheapeak baytrbey beanl proves lahol etoefmbtt l3 su-
Mdry tl.e e waeL _quantity m sickness or la the h.t w itet
tHudson t b s ade. nd o y Dixon one of thsla e a r sp akwa, took su ties haveMLe' s
the o e ismus f Cape C u stanhe w vapoint in teaotlm tow mnaw* that of vent threnmr tet

"wtand or af short rute from lthong sugar, which w: rmall oxidsed to o iftheten.o7 "5
Texan portuns randands by he moshol. It was very likely that about al- p4 ohltmcnets w tl
and Bostern harbor. with Mo- cohol was its ra was not burnedom the vu 6 s hatWi l
AYbil bay O b ON Si.nee diretomach, nto arboniid gas and a- the ope watrs s oaS
But orivere mportan t point is as yet ted in the it eato aof tothrer not erote hasleB met II
the distded. eva memaware, of th conn- ox t erment changes of food. It was building the part of the

missing D elaware bay and Raratan bay by commendation rbed and txiat d at tly a starch doonere wy ished.
Delawar e bay and Chesanoughake bay by by aloe was oun the rdin g sub- a "Moen of the mate

s mentioned) to furnish tilaware funds taneo * e.tion of a small the isctandoKlet f- e
try thenaL ear the erquantity of alcohoerl tenn tho hrt true that an
The whole i to rounded off by cut- readily asmilabl fr o food sub tie have been en
icsm throwhich thusually fo thmus of Cape Cod stance wa exactly imila to that of rvet the comp o te
lthedisondi so Mawachuotnn bct oihola It was vey likely thatordwnars problem connected wtlf
tion of a bon harborissue, r otherin the body was not burned o vaducts that illeeded t
M hesitate at h BOND w osit dion garetly o carbonic, the oy arnd wa the open h hwabten r rep ed. ioa
But one important wi point out as that r eoat t ot ben ted b aDs the route hin been mt
decid whole. Severhalmembrs of th enormous- Red ntanes of Wahington, whotl was buil the part of tbei

&efr m i9su tar c h wa su m io rllD oid D i zt o me o ehe
wao in the end. Da(ds, where needeso, Ibusa h that ur in es relyat s dne p kossble in ordinance r
wi dovetop water fiosuri teo pay fr to is n, he body oe t. the completion of t t
lokt wle ipayp ort anepinth e toca- a buar th o D a endo uarcie of l ere a
ci- Sic udfraly the cost of theana lsc- t idnh ch a u of health, as tle e st epof te
th "isomiavlom resien with c ettenr len dsn, to reatd the a otwinere.Amswyhee cdn
ofabondimselalorglu'anizations and in- appetite for iandi as an e acouacagml ost Of the a..-
i-nse oio ne to h river tes mpftom, his id tbti~smhat the e ph war-d -for pleiofem-
ali will trecommend that all btheats cof tten acolinte on alts n de rayoe e nt mor delv re an
ti f a b trade issu other commissn aion- ipo.po wa tod analogies between tuhe Unated rea a eoeeedw

corolane with the depth of the channel joel.e oEv oenidng Sthn (new Yeo.r ,Au- r 1 thl rnaroW my
ea heitate n the several resiti tive gust ) remarks the only difference tha has been repar
The commission wi s oint outt han ams nce, t e er wiitbe tter pleased any ilrd thin ver ostio
tly cotly in itna totaln, wileaa t it own as e rgument f eDr ten quote monea tre to practice all th
ofway in there tow and. Dams, water transports- avei. gar ncrfte latter s co t possible an ordin
ion is avet hlop water pownd. ton er to pay for al l n seve mu re s fro cothe mailan
ther nes ocno-operatkon between td the sime purpotye, and otat drainke of Wesb Aond the financial a t
gheirmntrd he int.eros peered watoln es ond f s .o.e n tee- toe odtr ei blames
wl bte advanced by the ommt oon i, e otleraP, the lhIunwriter eay onu- o .te se ome of u West exoe
Theis In noewtfthPrdent Roosevelt's te sid-n: .to r the upe egrow wAmerin
Me organiszh, wherions a id: "i Tis is greeabe to ur. AOtts fo n a la
trs tha tre dw l be n river tra oe i y will behrarkselspw&the war for eboyead othe

etlaos to see whether some way can be that am )'Ab bott Wouldheave swe ers tao. The oAd -msd Hor
ee br whcommenh thate imedatell boatene- useof ats f sulse or altcon e, so r n in w0 mto uj
*bo river whra be t an dared in 0a.- Proportion. Coaam n nitne of o..i sub- e Un fto. :dR U. tm

crs with the depthionof the hannelex Dixon et, tho tening unht, he two be hoad en te y ben
poedOe-d u s now the c severtom as regardspective ng vut 16) remarks that while t may etotalers thousand Havana bym fro U

ets of ians water i routens. In our left to t onsmer toso make incinhile's i twole ouers, i mn e t tl m
taken to secure from the locality a just what nche woud ave il l ban capital whenroad the roadr ise

ently mrentioned ro in teeneraminf attitudel fai- thr of the dtor poken- ixon quoted mor will establish an all-aile e
of tiore e toward water transportabove this the latterconten e aoultry t Cba.he

tion i at hand. t th co o te arer rv much Flora ke from th
Tdent of co-operation beailitie," re-t lesb pur pofe and thatng good over the I an tho mhine the woril
fversto apnl i which the noemit e I protpot of government sweaid to opethan the the truts an' the ombines an' te
So ems tno dve the only serious ta()ckl awthae un river "from end to end,clu roads. Some of emdokood inte
hasiap A line with President Rooevelt'si and tho n a ne of boats to Jackson- face of there desires an they
the riversrtt the railroads now own and vesti- lte."o Now we have just as much to a heap more gol od ei they wante
otrolon the whether font Unless the mu- resoie over a Abbott would have sweets or ef the ragnet of Wall tred

nialites co ,,",,,r'-te "and use drastic edand it m Lht be wef could help a little, let th,,'r agents manile tem llke4
dower to roby which terminal thmme railroads tAre we don it already. -Times- ws son thn1000 don a or the
fart may bear a porti con of these wharfex- Union em t arr Bad us thi seemo be fro i.,
pe, and the-as now th e custom as rear des vLeesbur mucha pae,, the sta e o stndafely pint of tahe poavaltlna l to
certain class of w.Ler waov betterment, government at e h or t e ohis choca ra twelveras. All they want is Jm
munepalitie made the oasion of actual realizationubtle what h- will of her nde hope by crook But that bureau of l
taken o secure fi cannot es local being imspe- just wh he woulted the worl o snp the. ban capital when the roarm n ol
all mentioned pro ur terminal faci i olher of the doctoriver from itk. mouth on Ithe a will establia t paln l-rail route
i"o the subject St. Johranscrip to ver prins this country and Cub system, a. I
TheInan comissn r Port wl be. I"Husler," another and dIed see why some of our own pop I
gadent, "proer I-rn full ite in November. bt, itarte o ths feeling o ood over the I ain't got a thing in the wor We -
fIt ill be followed by in which the Pecommi t's wPOoha and will havrnment id to the tll ts an sna w' the combines weave t.
ion Seems to hve the only member is the ou t of tahae uppriver river "from end to end.e road. nSome of rin Uncle Rdemo'oodint
the rivers td habroads now own rnd will vseam- to Silve." Now we have just asix months to aine for November. wan

big, an organization in which s reo we want fovea, more out of the next-,
icont rol the w tr font. Unons the mu- rejoice st a lld we assure J efthmanet of Wall atrCt
nioipalites co-unyra, and use w drastic and it meiht be we could help aulittoet let thhO'r &itenbh manage 'em Ilik

imfp towards fuov-rmin alstherailrods Are aovwea doUn it already.-Timr mrove tne W something doA. an for th en
In Jauarp, on s to control all of the wharfe- country along the Ocklawaha will bloom was hopele, hings lungsem to being f

SA Narrow Ip to n,l eet your has ealth The worst ne Of tndtinued this medicine until



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Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes.


SALE-By Mickler & Perkins,
I horse power Gasoline Engine.
been ued only two months.
Lalah Catea is home again from
tful visit to Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs, G. E. McGriff are mak-
a visit to PIanace Springs.
's Chocolate Spray very tooth-
H. Randolph & on. 86-2t.
on. J. E. Hartrldge of Jaekson-
spent the week-end at the Capi-
Seasure not to miLs the Mehrtens-
Concert, on the evening of the
int These lades are hih-clas
a, am the audience may confident.
Spot a trat.
K it-That old hat winter suit
M but t you will have Itsteam
M- ad the T anhas Steam Laun-
l bring t to life. N
GeageCuamp, of White Springs,
charge of a naval stores com-n
There, was in the city Mon.
opera house has been strengthen-
roted and nicely cleaned in
NMdss for the coming of the Mehr-
(Irldsn Gompany, which Is the
of the course of six entertain-
mt to be given herethis winter for
special benefit of the College girls.
Bave you an H. N. Sweating's
Snew stock of beautiful ut-glas ?
noet. give him an early call. 8-St
MIas Theo Morrion of Monticello, is
iwguet of Mrs. A. L. Bond.


Dr. C. F. Marsh of Pensacola, is vis-
iting Tallahassee for a few days.
J. W. Walden, of DeFumak Springs,
is on a business trip to Tallahassee.
Mrs. W. C. Lecky, of Vernon, Is the
guest of her brother, Mr. J. D. Hutchi-
son, at the Leon Hotel.
W. L. McDuwell of Savannah, Ga.,
Manager of the J. P. Williams Lumber
Co., is registered at the Leon.
H. N. Sweeting's handsome stock has
been enlarged by the addition of a num-
ber of fine-hand-carved busts of Italian
marble. Call and se them. 36-8t
Mr. Maloom Poage, son of Rev. W.
M. Peage, was married Wednesday, the
88rd Inst. to Miss Battle Baxter, of
Nashville, Tm.
"A pond may i quiet in a plain, but
a lake wants mountain to oompass and
hold It in." A puab-cart merchant can
t along wthut much advertising-
but a store requires newspaper space,
and plenty of It.--alneavlle Sun.
Duval Broa. have Increased their ad-
vertlaing apaee to one-half They
are Interesting in their part of this
newspaper every week and no issue
goe to press during the whole year
without their bow to you. Talk to them
about their business and their advertis.
sing too.
Did you get cold a few nights ago?
If you did you had better have thoEUe
blanket. cleaned while the weather is
warm by the Tallahassee Steam Laun-
dry. 36
Muresco, the king of all wall bfish,
have no other. Applied by John E.
Spencer. 33ft

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Reminder to St. Agnes' Guild.
The Rummage Sale isgoing on today,
and will continue through tomorrow,
and friends of the Guild and members
of the Church are requested to send in
contributions to the armory, tomorrow,
that they may have had no opportunity
to send in before.
Colonel Fred Robinson says the only
thing that was lacking to make the re-
union at Pensacola a perfect occasion,
was want of time to take in all the
pleasure* provided for them by the good
PeoLle of Pensacola, and the capacity
to do Justice to the multitude ofgood
thin provided for them to est. All
the VTlah-e delegates agree in say-
Ing that this reiuni was, in many ways,
the pleanteat they haever attended,
and they are full of praise for the hos-
pitable people of Peaoeola.
Paper-hanging is an art. and John E.
Spncer i the artt So for up-to-date
paper-hanging, see John E. Spencer.
This little paragraph is now going the
round in the Fla newspapers: The
mose-back and that keep ai
town emt-back ld be made to
away-back and stay-back and not
lowed to come-back.
Have you seen H. N. Sweating's
large new stock of beautiful cut-lass ?
If not, give him an early call. 8&-3t
Sale of seats for the Lyceum enter-
tainment wi!l beg on Monday, at the
store of Burns and Co. Be prompt in
securing your seats so that you may se-
cure one to suit you.
Rooms to Rent-Address W. L. Mar-
shall, Tallahasseae, Florida. 32-tf



TAKE Otrn N %
of the Little Tablets

Mrs. R. P. Williams has returned
from a pleasant visit to Columbia, Ala-
J. 0. Holmes, one of the members of
the Holmes Drug Company, in this city,
has come over from Perry on business.

Foe SALE--A fine black mare, 8 years
old, in good condition and works any-
where. Address C. S. Sauls, P. 0.
Box 278, Tallahassee, Fla. 33-tf ,
Mr. W. W. Nicholson, of Havana,
made a two days vist this week, to her
son, Mr. P. T. Nicholson. Mrs. Nichol-
son was on her way home from a visit
to Quincy.
Mr. Howell Sheets is now the prompt,
courteous and efficient manage of he
Star Presing Club. Ladies will fad
specal attention give to their skirts
and coats. We call attention to Mr.
heats' advertismet in another Ool-
Have you seen tboe loy Diau
weeting has brought from New York?
ey are good to look at if you do not
|ythema. 84
SJudge George P. RanWy, Jr., of
i r listed ins relatives and bhots of
Tallaha friends again the first of
the week.
LosT I A bunch of key. Among
them are five Yale lock key. Finder
will be suitably rewardedu leaving
them at this Oares .
Tme improvements toIn Miss Jesaie Me-
ginniss' store buildings on Mooroesteet
are fast coming to a finh, ad the J.
W. Collins' grocery store with nice
show windows, will be one o the neatest
in the city.
For headache Dr. Milan' Anti-Pain PUla.

They Relieve Pain
Quickly, leaving no
bad After-effects

25 Cents
Neve uSmld ia B&

/ lags Daghters' Notice.
The contemplated Flower Show which
has been advertised by the Kings
Daughters, ha been nee ary pot-
poned, but is not given up. When the
new date is decided upon, it will be an-
Yes, we have just received them, and
they are fine. Ask T. H. Randolph &
Son. 85-2t.
Mr. E. W. Clark has had neat s ow
windows put in at his jewelry, news and
book store, added good lights and made
other interior Improvements. Truly,
b.inesh houses in Tallalhmare aput-
ting on city 'rills. Now letever one of
them catch the advertiin habit and in-
vite business from their own territoryy
and the 'arund f country. It pays
to fix up good, andto advrtise.
Dr. Miles' AntU-ain Pills relieve paa.
It pay to a a gooWd painter.
If y are g hae your w
pated, engage John SpeOuer. 86-8t
We have on hand a largestockof ne
kila-dried 4-isnch f n and ceiling;
also 8 and 10 nh anhd boards. The
prike wW pelase Get yourorder
to whide It laUts tUd Bros. Lumber
Yard. 9

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tr B. Ltamr. It was i
tt be broke away from
I r tohe V and
ead it is Ir interest
a the appeal and invitation
alihed In this mue of the
M Tpbaeco Journal, ad
I for Itaelf. The artile
in this week' True Demo-

we feel t r
taiw its eput


lesash *( Vet m Mat Pasacela.
After the splenid recepton and en-
tertahunmet ae ord the veterans by
Comrades of Ward Camp No. 10, the
Daughters of the Cfederacy, the
Soma of Veterans and by the citizens of

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-t. *-- w- r - ..- -- A. Cjox, D bea h reby rquirwt w
e ----------- tves of Thompsna B. Lamar Camp No. aperto th aof Comlaint herin
The Comala Out Coeventie. 161 present at the reuion feel that on Monda ofDecember,
All plan for the candidates "coming som expreasian of appreciation is due A. D. 190; sailt is order be pub-
Sat" convention, which will be bold in at theirands. The soplo of Pensa- lished once wee for four consecutive
Ohla. November 14th, have been per. cola ae famous for their hospitality weeks in "Weekly True Demo-
and the eonmmitts in ehae ways wide awakeand full of crat," a w, published in the
that It will be the bItfest affair It, bt tI week they outePensacolaed city of T h e the State of
SUits kind the hiatery ofte State. Pencola and kept everybody as wide F rid,oum of Lae.
The railroad have ensented to make awakes themselves while their hospi. Witne, B T. Felkel, Clerk of
rates and hundreds will attend tality overflowed so sly that it said Court ad asal thereof, this
all part of or. was a physical im iblty to aborb 31st day o Oetobr A. D. 1907.
Qa the i t o the "coming out" eve a molty of the whole. Every fea- (8a HNRYT. FELKEL,
anvesitln tho Ocals Board of Trade ture of the programme was perfect in Clark of said Court.
wil give 4 banquet at the Oeala House, itself and in the whole was entire har- A true oY .
i wich the nwmpaper editors, high mony of arrangement; there was not a Attest-i-&aY T. FZLKEL, Clerk.
tt oicials viaitwercandidate, and slip or jostle from start to finish. As 3-4t
ty Odistinguiased Foridians will be the scenes come back as cherished mem-
vited and it is looked forward to as ories, it would be an added pleasure if FOR R rNT I Half ot house, furnished
ri a pleasant ending to the day's the names of all who contributed to the or unfurnished. Apply to this office.
Wvit les. pleasure of the veterans could be writ- 36-tf
t is open to all comers, and all who ten down here, but to undertake that LosT! English Setter dog. White
re to be full-fledged candidates for would mean to almost reproduce the with small black an tan spots. An-
high office should be there. This is a city directory, for every citizen did his swers to name of John. Had a fresh
free country, every one who desires to or her full share for our pleasure. It wire cut on small of back. City tar,
announce and run for office has a right will not, however, be an injustice for No. 68. Reward if returned to Geo. S.
to do so, and the more the merrier it us to name a few to whom this delopa- Whittlesey, at Clark & Co., over True
will be, if the candidates can raise the tion is especially indebted. The first Democrat offle. 34-tf
price and cost, for it surely will cost on our list are Capt. Dick Reed and his
something to enter the race now, and two sons, who were always at hand to
there is some warm times head for some look after visitors and their comfort, Why Not Place Your
of the candidates. and to see that each had a good time.
.- Then came Gen. Wittich, who cafien as
Hurrah for the Bloxham Rifles! near being everywhere at once a :,ny Order for Gas House
The Bloxham Rifles covered them- man could, and always in the iter,.st
selves with glory at Pensacola. They of the visitors. He was untiring ,n h .
were placed behind the Cullum Battery etTorts, and of course succeS.sfUl II Koke Now. -
ot ten. big guns, and made the best making all feel at home. Mr. WV. (
score at target shooting of any militia .Jones must not be overlooked, for fec
company in camp. The target was five was another of the ubiquitous ki.,!. lo Once used for Heatin,-. always
miles ditant. the pilots, individually and collectively,
The competitive drill was participated we are under obligations for many c3,ur-
in by twelve men. one from each corn- tesies and attentions beside the usf of used. It beats soft coal for
pany. Company C. was represented by their splendid boat for a sail across the
Sergeant Luther Holloway, who gal- ba Captain Broadbent, keeper of the heating your home. Not smut-
lantly bore away the honors, thus in- Li e Saving Station, his wife and
creasing the glory already earned by daughters, must not be forgotten. To
the Bloxham Rifles. each and every citizen of Pensacola we ty and dirty as coal.
The boys had new experiences at the are under many obligations, but those
encampment of this year. Hitherto mentioned have put us under many per-
there has been a certain amount of lax- sonal obligations and such pleasing PHONE No.72.
ity of disciple, whhie relieved the irk- ones that we shall ever hold them in
someness of military regulations but precious remembrance.
this time the militia was quartered with The halls of memory hold a broad THE GAS CO.
the regular troops, at Fort Pickens, on white stone inscribed "Pensacola, the
Santa Rosa Island, and not allowed to Reunion of 1907." VETERAN.
visit the city at all.
As not many hours were consumed in For Sale L 10
drilling etc., the time hung rather heav- The well established Undertaking h *.
ily on their hands, and life grew a trifle Business of W. D. Pratoricus. Present pl. .u we *p
monotonous. However, the surf-bathi proprietors wish to retire on account of ma... cur" JW i IM
was fine, and the regulars friendly and sad health. Apply for particulars to W41
hospitable,so the boys got on fairly well Mrs. J. N. Pope. 36-1mrI
until they brokecamp ad leftthe Island
for Pensacola. on board the Steamship Pnrint with your home printer always.

Monarch. At Pensaeola they had two
hours' leave, after which they boarded
the train for home reaching here at
7-0 o'clock on Tuesday morning.
At the amtory they found a pleasant
surprise awaiting them in the way of a
nice breakfast, preared thoh the
thoughtfolneass of their conmae, Mr.
Frank Keene.
Notice ef SlcRhelrs Meetla.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the J. P.
Williams Land Compan a corporation
under the laws of the State of Florida,
will be held Tuesday, November 12,
1907, at 8 o'clock p. m. at the offices of
the Company in Tallahasse, Florida,
according to the by-laws of the Com-
pany, for the transaction of any and all
business that may be properly handled
at such a meeting.
J. m HACH, Secretary
October 29th, 1907.
Slate dmalersIty aad of Lecteshlp.o
An extensive list of the lectures and
subjects, offered for the fall of 1907-8,
has ben prepared by the Board of Lee-
turehip of the State University. These
letar ae give free to high schools
teaches adtitutes reading circle an
ar ogne provided expenses
of tnvelmdr a Stotaiment aMe gar
r goanleation sered. Cer-
may be addressed to the Cominittse ea
UZ versity Extension, at Gaineay We,

618400 a4 SIMr lI
Have a few trained ad untrained
dfa 10.40 to .40.0 oae IC rlb h
Hounds. Pup 10.00 pair. WUbred.
fast and furious.

J.C. Q AU .
M6-3m Liberty, C.

The Deineator i public ga a rles
of articles nt support f Child
rescue Campaign." whiv b should be
read withcr attetimon. It isagreat
Wk. Chidles booe are provided
with the eharm tbhy b and hosolm
'Li"ofren are rerned from heart-hunner
a bodly want Read what the lUeUn -
- or mae to ay, a do what you esa
I to p-anthe O a tro.
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General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings'a Specialty.

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


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Workr andt 17%0.
alarge saa a
In 'tha the Seuond Jw
died C in iMand for the
Cowtv ery.
Gertrude plainant, v.
George A. t-Divorce.
It ha, boo to appear by
the aiavl t falinant in the
above ca se ia, Defendant,
George A. m.O t.det of the citl
of IMoaltar, emmty_ tC.lquitt, State of
Georgia; tst b o person In the
State of PloAt serce of a sub.
poena upon vm Bld bind the said
Defendant tha te Defendant is
over 21 esatsd It is, therefore,
ordered t th t m- defendant, George
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Harvesting Machinery HIardwA
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YOt CAN 60 TROUGm the
;and you will find no better lah
vest merit or your money thasI
property in and around Talla.'
hassee We are offering homafit
lots and farms, that are rm
to rise in value shortly..14
bargain prices. If you
to secure a home that wl
give you a home and
rooney for you at the same
time, consult us.

A model farm containing 375 acres, 325 acres of which Is cleared;
together with an $1 800 dwelling. 6 tenant houses, 8 good barnm for
general farminir. and 700 choice peach trees which will bear net
year. The pleep ik well watered, the character of the land is gem
tly rolling, as well as table land, the soil light grey and red ela
sandy soil -the twbest of soils for the culture of Tobacco.
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


Real Estate Dealers.


Get, The Habit,.

Leave your soiled clothes at home bundled up
on Monday's
We'll do the rest. Then you will have no
mihs-mated socks, no hunting the wash woman
Sunday morning for a clean shirt, no worry
about mnuamarized shirts starched and ruined,
no ticket to loose and fuss over getting your
Laundry on Saturday night, no bundle of
soiled clothes to lug up street.
See or Telephone the Manager about our
Monthly rates to young men.
Get out of the "old rut" and get in the right
way by having all your work done at

C. O. ANDREWS, President.

For Sale.

Adapted to Tobacco, Dairy,
Truck or Poultry.
Well-wooded, City Water, Telephone.
Convenient to Depots and Schools.
About 12 acree In reclaimed pond, ex-
cellent for Celery.
Comfortable five-room House., newly
painted. Address,
Perry, Fla.

lAt Us print for you -neat and quiek.
MulrsreaMiwsco, the new wall fin-
cM, alls made good as new in all
1, T a 'I. Spencer. 3383-8t I

C. GASCUMnanagew.

Ex. County Surveyor,
Adaitatratd's Neteb
t1 M i t tit L .W M -L
W. A. Domi. slnlsts wof
Harita R. Stauerru. will psw.5
vouchm to the Cmat Ji 5 .if
rFlorida nd uk twr i tl d-imnll
trator of mid amtefts. ix Bta mi* tl
Thi 2dJ dw of Octtwr. A. D. IWT. "
W. A.
Admi tratUrof the e.tte of l'lanbtt
Are Too G011d Wo
If so, come and ee ourM
dried lumber bfore ptu
slupplie. We can save yo '
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a Word About


We are 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, Drug eo.
Bast side of Monroe St.

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-m much will be rightly *e eted
return. Into our care the ten
ve been entrusted, and we are
pardoned, neither it we squander
Sto them ; nor yet If we hbide
a napkin ; for they must be
I in our hands. Ever throughout
he es, among all peoples, prosperity
en fraught' with danger, and ft
es us tobeseech the Giver of all
a that we may not fall into love of
aMeM and of luxury; that we may not
oie our senos of moral responsibility"
that we r) nAot forgot our duty t 9God
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of cp. fyow"nlJM6=1be1-wk m 4SAhel 8 JIM w. -' .I-di l
nwewyeo un 0PsA .rA f '-oit o)nI e so rw q
V 1 4", 4, fr e W9 itM h .rice'of ticket as: per I I lutloib na

itraohehatct ourAle k inr,*r7iest n o. ~'I)$~A,('1i'iI0 0 10 ~~sbbs tb ~
AIw+, A r tV' vitueith t-tel frigntl- 1N 'I 'a09iad bver owmA
foleelng apeso-tnes Ogn in- fin g hsd au1d
uaI lQUncdamia t ht k cfrur nes Vr wn iefu 0creofan I 6ira p6 3.H'. I Hfi.d
Ala.tot yaosswtt. Th firt botleende '"~ ~:;'~ ,aij5rif '*noi
1#0 4i '11 r 4 ui- h ~~jjuh b a~pj.' r w

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w arce tNoa' v rte s ta t dWy orfg et h a 1W Fl ly guar ante d y W e rug 'is tslo w td
U113feln S sn W ad pta an huI in k ind- $1.00:' t i"lal br40 dit,4ed ',fA*0
11111- IidIr d nkrtb F01 Madison NeM7s0yj
5N ~ ~ .94k d'-eAMyRI v raised th curie of i board. OfSorry1 '..d M
~~6ndthe l~eP bottlelemI tizildrm
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~onPub h U'WI Ithelieousun inehIA drKdng's3= jrovej H)power 3ogj- -.-
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amo saw ana m
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and sell ive
ir and lending
curity; I ulnr

ouqu w.m-- 4 '-b o n other neouae instrum.ep;.
t l R" buying and leasing or otherwise aoeutlin
Witk infinite pOW fonr fd and holding real estate; letting, selling and
I t ed bE _ha Jlrfga Flo c- onveying real *state; owning and oper-
.g -incor.a- eating saw mills; cutting. sawing and man-
ufacturfng lumber for ail and any purpose
E m-0 s of hrown spir- whatsoever, and conducting a general met.
'dfet. .h thebheads of our cmntile business; and to build, buy. sell
H l MNIt have 'fised this manage, own. control, hire. charter and
oI RvLd~ DOd b rieil -A. opt-rate vessels, tramways, cars or other
b- idene by T ecour- 'vehicles. automobiles and other means of
M 1y are giving to the propa- transportation for tht transportation of
of Kindergarten work. paengers or other products or property
Broward and his cabinet \ield, controlled, owned, produced or maonu-
e factured by said corporation, or other per-
ied, up a schollarship which the on or corporations In connection with
Very aoproately Sugets the business of WMis corporation. To bor-
eal "The Alpha Schoilar- row money and secure the same. and
This has been awarded t money. otherwise owing, by deeds. mort-
-Preeman of Daytona Beach. The to k eortrct ,twen individuals or
I City" schollarship is the result corporations for the furtherance of Its pur-
*a iorns movement on the part of """ biin n rlly to xer-
menn'^ ^^c.o T t much powersam mav bo necaspary or
Ie's abusine men. The State convenient to the purposes or hbusinetia
tioa of the Woman's Clubs also *tr thi ,',orp.',irtion, nid to haVe. ,xr',is-,
Sscholarship, which has been giv- .mid ij;oy aW! the rights., powers no jr ivt -
b ton Mis Robin raham of Tampa. organized n.n dexiating unlf-r and tiy vdr-
There are yet other schollarships ei,. of thi l.uaw ( ot tihl- ait.t of Fiorid:i
which have been promised. A promi-, AR'Ti'Ll: Ill.
Sent citizen of Jacksonville has an- r'l,. urnouni of the. pital itmi.k of this
bounced himself as a "good prospect" corp)ri. tion siilll b Thirty i tu.n I'' r one, and another gentleman of State "i"'.'".'l."'ii I',llr., t, i, dividd i into
tht il o l1" "- t :, ,o' l )**** 4" 1 tit res of ti|t,':j.t r
station. has the matter of a schol- ;lei,. ,t'o(, n. ~ il., lto.410 ir.
hip also under consideration. .i.ii. All oir an.'y :;irt oif tih. ca:pit ;il -I,' k
A 4 T recent access of interest mani- 1 this c4riorarit.i.o mny Ni- pkyatiih in.
'efated in the Kindergarten movement, .'I"i, ,r ,No i. tv,,. at f Just \t,! i-,
t ?iou t It 4- tixd tii)o Iwnvorporuitors, or
Z bL argely due to the good work being it% tile (i,,.tirstx it 1 ii -l" ting calitti r for ti r
e 4[eoby the Florida Kindergarten Asso- iunisiNi I'ropert., lahor' or a -rvl' in may
Station. This association was formed in aiso, b e pIurehast.d or Iimli for with capital
istoeik Nit :i just V,'iiIItItoiI0 f .ucth property,
.Mareh 1906 and has for its preisdent,.bor ,, a',,."vi'.. to ie ix, e tdy tFie direc-
Mis Anna i. Chaires. The vice-presi- tors of the 'orpornatio.n at a meeting call-
4aent as Miss Esie Godfrey, of Pensa- .(I fir the purpose.
eels, while the duties of secretary and ARTICLE IV.
i strarer tall upon Misses America Pil- 'hiis corporation shall exist iwrpitually,
Jim and Susie VanBrunt, respectively. "it provided by law.
Despite Its brief existence, the associa- ARTICLE V.
tin a ha done well in having secured The business' of this corporation shall
8ti Sboa e mentioned Wchoklazhlip be- be conducted by a President, a Vioe-Pres-
ldent, a Secretary and Treasurer, a Board
ide making it possible for yveral of three Directors and such other oficers
me uIas of the presentclass to take up and agents as may from time to time be
the work elected or appointed. The stockholders shall
w" '...-meet on Monday, the 16thday of Deoember,
A. D. 1eT7, for the first n meting of aid oor.-
(IM $8Wald, S10. Duration, at th otloess of the oor
n Bradfordville,. Leon County, t at
h fe 3 of this paper will be ten o'lock a. t.h or tohe puroef ot ht-
psed to learm that there is at leat ins by-lawholdtawtae aloi o WNOWS
dr disease that science hafand pletnM0 is t e
: able to cure In all itsta and anuall y MantO oNdaI ssm 5
s CSatrrh. Hall's Cta Cure i of each yar t. ,
Str it re u now known to the determined the t -law At this a
l to It Catarrb being a l st e me t tholdere os aal
el i .t ed at b e sto~ l hold re o sa
i .nWS.I MSr a o ti corporate D aa eters, and said Direct.
tiO trqa i U's Catarrh Cure or* a their meetln, to be held on the
S take internal. aeti direct upon sme ah le aau ally a Preldeat
S I3tv -i; Went. ftare and T ures .
tdo blood and moous seurfce of the andauIch oter ogeers and agents as=e
m, therebyde the founda- e my au r All officers
ts et the disea the pa. I hol their esedveofflfees untl their
U4NSof th dI it eqns the nti. successors arc duly elected ando til their
t-ant strengtio buiklingup e consti- *-d *_ d t that at
naturei: doinb btP& Any two of flossexcept that of
tati ow andii nature in doing~ta i eat and Vie-President, may be hmld
work. The proprietors have so mch by one person. The names of the off erl
faith in its curative powers that they who are to conduct the business of a
r One Hunded DLnar f ce corporation until those elected at the first
et One HunWed rs for a" etectioa, aforesaid, shall be qualified, shall
that it faisl to cure. Send fora of he Moreton Murray, President; M. LU
teea~tin i. Hooveti vice-Preeldent; and C. 0. Mur-
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To .y ,Oqta and Treasurer; Moreton
edo Oyhio. Murray and ML L. Hoover,

S vokby all dnirugits, 71c. Aug. 16-tt.
AnltdIte Spply, ata85 cents per bushel
for the present
3&-tf., TULLT & YEAOsa Co.

In the Circuit Court of Florida, Second
Judicial Circuit, Leo County, in
Alexande RoblsonM, Comlalatant, vs.
Matilea Robbtom, Defendsat. Dvoroe.
It having en Ma to apne by the
a*ffdavit of theomp aal- lmdr
MRobnoon, that the b*r* -* .*, e-
, neLat. Mtla oWeMtam, e MetIon
i thr i to tth he- tS
yrathe Msbpope_ M NrrV uoon
d t d IM t, and that
the a M atd t over the ae o
!* 0 ra m it to therefore ordered
,is w t, Mattlda RobioM'n. be
to hereby require to w to
e tempnent bit's bl of = = on
Sthe th day of Jatmsrt, A. D.
I; bg that thfi order be r, ones
Vw m for eight suooomeve wee- I'" Th
rw ao

I^ST ~ MeM.-a %ss~i,&

The h iht amount of indebtedness or
liablitty to which this incorporation may
at any time subject itself shall be Thirty
Thousand (MA,W.00) Dollars.
The names and residence of the sub-
acribers and the amount of capital stock
subscribed for by each. are an foliona
L. Moreton Murray, Dayton i Fla o10
C. 0. Murray. Daytona. Fin .0 share..
M. I. Hoover. Jacksonvill. Fla 10
state of lortda
County of VOIUml.
I hereby Oertfy that 'on tii lay .r-
sonally ppardboo rma ; Notary Pub.
lie I and tor the StateO of Florida at larle.
S te Murray, 0. Murray and M.
l HOOd. to me WU known and known
to me to be the persons deoeribtd in and
who aM O thbr names to the fore-
e Artw of Inorpration, as Invor-
or of t Bratordville Tobsomo
opany. and severally acknowledged be-
fore me that they subscribed their names
thereto for the uses and purposes therela
eapre aed.
In witeeas whereof I have hereunto -t
my hand and stJ eal this 26th day of
October. A. D. Il .
(Sal) 3I P. OATMS.
Notary Puhlte
MY oemmalsIon euiree July 11th, ift

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The ASSORTMENT and see the PRICE
Single Wagons, Steel or Skein Axles
Light Two Horse, either ax., $88.00 to
S- -.....-- 40.00
Roe. Two Horse,.-....- .....-... 5000
Timber Wagons,---...--.. 48.00 to 60.00
BU0IES, Out of MigtIM
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty Attached and no Complaints.
Customers from Amsterdam, Ga., to
Florida coast and numbered by hun-
drcds. And they are still coming as
before one is out of eight another i
FINALLY If we fail to please we
Recomnimnd other Dealers in the city.
Tallahassee, Fla


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Thos. X. Watson
was frozen out of the New York
"Watson's Maganine," but he at
once established a Magazine and
a Weekly Paper of his own.
Watsmo's Jeff-W e tt e Msube
Price per year $1.50
Watson's Weekly Jeffersonion
Price per year $1.00
Both together $2.00
Thompson, Ga.

Notice is hereby given to whom it Attention Tobacco Growers!
may concern that on Oct,'i,tr 9th, 19 17,
Mr. Harris Levy withdrew from the
firm of Levy Bros., it(-, undersigneTd
av p s h0,rhvite d heTHE OADSDEN LUMBER CO.,
business. Th busins. will be contin-
ued by the undersio".i as copartners (Office in Quincy Florida.)
under the old fmnn nam. off Levy Bros.
Wl!.lIAN LxvY.
October th, 190)7 36-4t Are the people to order your Lumber,
Afltstatrator's !otice.
In dI.triluuoe.ail all pe. rhi
reaw-ig d". di.,triiutt.. .n,.,, oap.ra Shingles and Laths from. Let them furnish
a,r dimands *srnt lbe estate of ;
Jlate of lI,,, ,,unty, dei f -
a. tMdi to preoint t be- ame to Ut under-. k .
w IS tw. years .,r i,. ..M wuil i you estimates on any kind of
Asap H. ALrom., JM Administrator.
IOM S, Oct ut.r It it,1 84 t
A4.laU rBtrtu iId Bu ild ing M material.
MOHL I1101 and to all e ",
ehWI sar irmnt the esttate rf
.. .c- --laim, o, Yours for business, order now,
fIStr -m '"Chla, or t, tot-
OW6mm1911111smw larat tt" q t,,.. oth.
# rw qe WE, irwlhforr Me i2.
T*MAILfAM.S.. afldsden Lumber Co.,

Or. A1a.-",," Quincy, -- Florida.

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The Store is Growth.


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T IS EASY for even the casslual customer to

see that the Store is growing, and it is

easy to see the reason for


The greatly en-

large Salesroom, the increased stock, more care-

fully selected goods9 bettered 'service And more

tempting prices tells why the store grows.


it's only the beginning; come when you will; see

if the store


opportunities for

each day bettering some of its

helping you.

P. T. Nicholson, Te



/ Of Increase In City Tax Assessment
Valuations for th Year, A."D. 1907,
on Real Estate and Personal Prop-
erty Withllt the Corporate Limits
of the City of Tallahassee Florida.

i lltt Is iIr ft1 0 l- 1 iit g o Ir' : o l itlya r it"
I t Ii h a i I 1oiil te i rI wb lli h tli I n ,
1,i.l4,1 n of ltII f ioll wM Ilig N tfillI
".S ,iT'l l | I' l ( l'l;It'rl < W\' I 1:
t'm)H aIti' ii f eih* ('|itv t ,r T llti.t l tir '',. 1",rt
Ift., w ill tI r, il,. h-t lt he a It,, .r a 11 l ll $ I 'lth
1r U i,' 1'liv ,of T'r ll' h ,iti .. I .'l,.i rhini 9 I
tr ) 'nrltiiv, ) to ., i Iliit t. \ 1 11i r7, tl 7 ;"il
'ln t'k, r lin fror tile' piiif oli f h'ii ltiins
'A11 pli 111111 1 ul role ,1 II'.n to-Imfnlo v nI v nM
the ValuRI I f 'lt.y mro|% 't I\v. r n. l or pi riinI:rl.

Ii.. l9m'i'll
In flah d 'a-y th (IIn %- i -mp*it'ur 'ofi'riesti ,ii" n

"An iy liarn I intitsie 'lts t |l fn r
C tinin ti atlr llt i t s rieIlt.r ra-f rt t It t 'lt 11
Io I "A II \VIi ltl I t,\MKtv
. C('lliv 1('lor l1 v 1 if )il tl liii ir, .
S "lty itlhaI of lh I '111 a1,% ll
T .l ahitsi -, ,I )'le,:), 'l ot f ilt I .ihv1 r' Il i,
1)., 07" ,
W hllllh f, l, NN ,Itl, -- W ,>l.11 4l>-0l 11 I]..
1We3 a kty Tol7s In s r, rn o ,- jto ollr h. ,a
Itnhe d w ,et ki I n tI ,,. ''IIv Ior T",,itr i -oi .
Fll orld t, h I ,n 1 l. 4 w il ,f i( oIil ltl;t m r ',
tll ptermlit r '.Till, n01 d 11n |i.- -i lil t I '
1007, han e rnolsleu Itih \lli 1,|ll ,t I i. noi .1 iv
the rlly nttoo -e r "f f it ,o f lhl I rnif i "li i..
; nild t1 '!1111i1l vo1 -ir otr v lb -In Ih .Iiw ,is,
Idan. lie phio n In thin l ttilh. no. i<1 e h 1 Ih
it'Itv (' eitrll nt I e eltv f To'll t r ,
M rl rl ln. millllt ti s n Iit nrd f hi|tnolitx:l It.
w ill nmIret n |t Ill. 1'iniell ('hn)tr'. ('}t'.
11 11I. '(*nl o f 'tr lnml I tla i rtin a t ra t 111
W' i', 1noted tv tIle t:ll 11 Il of Nsovi'.ml r.u .
" > I 1fi7. etl 7 ith n'e sr.k i an ., to hente r 0I It
arnao nt tih th ,e 'o wnorll t r ,er antp o"f engtil
I ini I*'I t'Sio' hor I I .' iin lt |'ri lortv nlrlt il4.
pi .tr to s ai K I towant lIll nllln fl pie tlh\ t l.
'4 tv ', r li II, lt til n lt. n i tlt rn it ltce intl
Kulll 0 As fell to h ii.|.i o e i
iir l a iw \ p' .I'I1.I., .I':lf
I't h1M. nat Iii v i 'n 111111
(Irla erla h Ie .VI.t1.1 \ '4o
("It v O'ltlO
at y d *KARL ESTATE.
Jr Nrw Nwllf l Wallen IPart of T li t no 1. o r,.
feet oo tl uf the. n e 9 -iriir0 tf at kloNit adm run
v" W frelt hoesre .a M0 e ff. thorece 106 feet.
S1" ml thene n 94t fet to thl e pIare of hrwln.
t ning. SM. house. Al, npfrt ol f To (Ino noo 1. o
p. d afewri taed s foll-oi Itr |( innlng at them 0
corner of lot no I. r it run then n fta,
tofeet, theo. w I0 rt. thee. se 7s flet, a
Sthence t10 feit to th.e jtI of hierinning,
SIsft. Alae Pi rt of T 1. I, 2. o p. deoori
hnl fold -" tailto nlnr at n ** ornerof elad
rotli ad run thetnee a It feet. hnone w re10
fw,', th -t i 19 feet. and thrynin t feet to

tr ( i'cB lll -MP" of T r lot 1.a o p, ,I*.
Selbmed -a l, f lo-wit : inrtminsr at ihrw
*w f nler of sd Aot 1. aial m n l fr@et,
thee M feet. thNeI. 5 featk amd thon
'o yW" fai t to the l of rnoti, hou
Aim I*S-.^!? Prtw e >f1 -< p, deaer~lte3
a akI- towt *eai t h W war e.
to m I run a Iift. tlien 0 It
thWe. tnay w 0 f-t. iWod thW Ir ftI I t
nt of be P nln iour,$-- l tlt dr- $N 4 toM tlo

W Itdarl R ii-TC-PMi no T 2 C t no X, o p. ot.
W IwRlald am flkews. to-.wit itanin. at
,. IM t on t-i soutl side tof C aon otrillnt lo01

f*. I of III l n v, t' r 1tr f i I o :. ain
ol a lrrt i I .l frl. t i it i. t h n i. 1
f. 1 iv l f' r oml' i l I l f 1, '' .
i t.1 ,iiw ( 'rot Al i r It t ,t ,. I i I *ti t, I T 1 '
It no fri .t i, p I lll tl.4iri I' *a ir ,I f
.1, l It.' l Iari onllllI II II"v tlll ,'l I 'l. t1 -1'1 '.,
: 211 ftt f th111 l ft 74! f 't' .1 .' ,. I, 111
f4't IIto to I h | i r or tf 1. ,;' 06' 1 4 I ti i
fror,i $1t4alo, t lin
MN rv W rivt t 'itI ni t..'ol w,- vi .- '. ',LI Itlf in-
fo '-rl Pa rf t f T (' loo it . I,- i il' 1 um
fo tllw, t ,wit o' It ,lt httiot' .i l r s o f
tiral lot. alnlo rim* ini wi it i 1.w 3, .1 I e le ,lt.t'i 11
T7l feet, th ertI,' i7 f l't. tit, t1 1 1n a i70' feet
tot pl it. of tI ui,|iilti 1 '.,t' I lti'ld frltm
t12 IZto 1 flA.
Jrnnie. M Alrsatidri .lu, Hr, f- l tj t Ul t half
iri ltreost I'a t P of T (' lI no ". i, I i a riltnl.
ao follow to-wit -l t Il m'r" I',wI ;thl lh' O r O
nelr of P- ul lht, and nl I1 161int w 'A 77 it r t, thelt'i
r 70 f oeet, thtlitre' # 77 feel. n Ati th once m 7l> fee-t
to th phinti of t naien. 'ltahi.nt-- Italtl from
$126 to up$1i.
Co H (MChairloi nad Lillo iityus, Part of TC ilost nu
t1, ,ti. lt eonninr l at aIth l n ,iirnir of maid it
anti rinn It n o< fr.ett, Ow*, i v 1W0) ft t,
tIhfne* n cenW ,, ti,,|h r (-A :, : f. fet to plaei of
iositininni, honuie- Iaimiml lIo inf200 S to M O0.
8H lierndon- P'at of TC lo t ni, o p, bipininfir
at the a w writer of pal i lt nol rtinni M
feet, thence w 100 feel., t hn (o,*)'. feet. thence
n 20 feet. thence w l9 fR(wt, aild thence s oS
feet to the place of beginnings,. SilS Also part
of T C lot no .f o o, hbeinni u .'to feet of the
a w eorn.r of maid lot. ami rtirain g north 100
fact, thence oA0, thenc' 1IO feet, and
thence w ftee, t o the plact', ot herinninr',
house 82W- Raised from HttiltN lio $K.
I Henry N l)oiugias- Part f T t' II no 7, o p. be-
ginnlng 74 feet of the n w ot n tor e f naid lot.
and running a 130 feet, then, e' ,r 71 fe* theme.
n 1110 feet. *nd thence w 7, fa..t to the placeif
beifnninr, hotus litalild firon s.oi to 84t14.
Saldie Illand- T C lot no 1,. I,. houtw- aiisal.Il
fromn t1.io0 to It.rE'i0.
Jotsph A lmondaon T t' lhot,. 1.. IN.'l. 20 and I
21, o p. 6 houseia liasel fit In $stW to $9110.
Jullus Iall T C lot no 27. it. iilt,Iti.h-w, Iltaisd fromn
A J Visih lEstat'. 1, Yairoer. Atlir T C lot noi
i11., o p. 11 i ouss italpl. from 1 (1)| to tt8 0O.
A .1 Flsh Kietat. I, 1 C Yanl-or. Adlni 1 C tot no:14.
o p. houm Itaiseol froittC 1 1'i t ,Io.
IT It Ilyn T T lot no Its. to p. houis lItai.I' from
$ ,A1t,11 to 1.J,.j0.
Mrs lit i n1 i; i inli1 T4 (* .it no, .-.. p. .*- pt that
I part lytiig mof st ittnititl linet ihaiwt ftrmi the
p o r cornri' of lot no 44, o i11, t tti' w c rrner of
lot nil l40. t |I. hiot Kil it -.i frmn $4WO to
t' Yar'ireo Tr hlr l t 44. ,, t. ,v-.. sitod TC hIts
wam 40 and W4. io p, hutuui K' i .li front 1,.100
to $1.300.
R I liltlerloh rn of T C lot ,i 7l o 1. h3iioew,
--Itailsd from ftMt I.tiii.
H( 0 Wi T T lot i,, 7t, ti. : IuosesL. Mal.t.I
fromn 8,l00 to It.7111)
H ) Chlttendeti t T C" ,T'i n.> 75 and *'7 t
p. hlons lialhil frims .13.X ,i t4. Mrs U V RandolIph T C lot no 7". o hoie.
Raised fr= 1,400 to .C,10.
Dr W L Moor- Part of T C lot no *I. n p. dtreriled
a follow, ta-wit: Ilerinninr aIt the n Wtr.-
twm of me Wot 14. andl then run M fiat *%4
Incheshenc e. 10o foet. lthm n s ftet O
Inelte thence w 1.10 feet. then n 80 fet.
thenreo w 100 fevt to the pla e of betinnlnr.g
Old Uilarlry Bullingi. with additiono- alial
tham km0 to S7.000.
Chas W Perkin-s I'Part if TChkt nom., op. de-
serited as fultowa. towi-t: ihevinlw at a
pial 56 fto WitIf arlte. of IIhe n w o menr iet
irlbut f = o and then run h. o frpt. thews

IJohn P 1 artofim--Ponof TtC'.tt nI, o. do.
wertbMed am follow. to-wit: hgiarnlt1 4Ifeet

theno e 1u0 fast the nc of W W so lO r
w I m feet to th ple* of u o .
as J oe feet to th6 Vista of 2ltiml. aml.

Also part of T C" lt 11., p. 1, lcri:l al fol- George W S..Xon i- 'art of T C lot n lii. ipi. de- Co-()perativeINluinets. League of the State
low., to-wit: igril.ining t I lthe n w corner of s.r4i-ilg .d follnw., to-witn,: i.rAni.lii at the Florida- P'art of TC lot ino 176. o p, dese
said lot -1, -1,t. l riirilniy ve 10) ffot, thtience ni w c'orror wof said lot no I;., anlI thlen lrun e as follow,, to-wit: Berinning on tho a side
70 fe.t, ih.,n., w I .; f, aindl th to) the" II,l a of I cinfnirtt, dwelling house and thvciu : ;,: fct-t,, thence w 116 feft 9 in to Ad- lot no 175. o Ip, thence runinit w alonr Cit
StAir. Iilt(. .' l tlaiisedtl frio lt1,f0 )to) I nti .t,tri tt. rind tl i n 30 ft'eet t., the plaee of street 20 fevt, thence a Pt feet. thence
S6e,1i1). n I'ririnii.t ilaiMedtl from ~)00 to ol. feet. and thet. e n tb, feet to the plaee of
11 I) Hartt F:ate., M r;rizzell itI Hlartt. Adilx ( Couitaetne Alvero-Thea 25fo.-t of T(' lot no lti. ginning, s torebuildingK i W10. Also pwtt
Part of T (C lot t ,, p. deIwtril.l as follows, o !,, dclscritxl as follows, to-wi': Beginning r C lot no ;IX;. o I, described a4 follows,
lo-wit: liliioniumi at the corne-r (if Monroef at the a corner of said lot no iW, a itl run n fewinning on the a side of Clinton street
and Clinton hitrol.t., and runnintfi n fil feet. 25 fe\t, theinice w lio (tet th.r 1 2 ,feet, and feet w f the n corner of saA lot no 178,
helli4.o t1:(0 fe-et, Ither .-s U) feet. and the-..- then o 1 6 foet to the place .f beginningg, thence rueiPing w alo (Clinton street af
w 1:,1 feet to I he place of l-iMinning, brick ttores- Raised from $1KX) to 2w. I hence is h. f(et, thence e 2f feet. n( th
i,uIldlnr ,.ccult,..lly l 1 ( Cox Ftrit, ure Co.- C I and G H twynn--Part of T C lot no l66, o p, tRair, to the acof) bei,';. "'tore"
Itaise from <1,.i0( o 01. de-,.rli,1l asfollows., to-wit: l ninRnm rat the n i from 1) to -.
I. M l.ively -TC lot n*a2. o *>, houioe Ritisid from voiner of said lot no 16C;. and running a 22 feet 6 Jiuliui Diamc.d-Part of T C lot no 178, o *4, |
$1,2. IoX) ,741i. Iinlhe-., thencew liN; feet, theince n 2" feet inches., cribell a A thencee 126 feet to the place of be-nning. F C( of the a e corner of *aid lot no 17h. and ran R
'1 W rvard Etat., r M ( lrevar., Arnt (oles' store-Raited from 2()00 to S$200. 24 feet, thence w 160 fort, thence a 24
Part of TV Clot IM. I41, described a follows to- and thence e 160 feet to the place Of
wit: Beginninig at the n w corner of Palid lot Levy Urothers-I-'arts of TC lots nos 16;atid 1(7, and thence e 160 feet to the place of
no H. and run a M feet. thence e e feet. thence o p. described a follow, .to-wit: Beirinning tthe.. nin. Store building--Raiml from om 60
n i 0 t-Met, d thencg w %t feet to the point of it w corner of said lot no I17, and running N92 '8200
ltinning. old Marine Bank building -feet 6 inches, thence e 33 feet, thence n 22 feet 6 F T PHyers-Part of T C lot no 17S. o p, dc
lined from $ r30. to a u. 000. inches, thence a 126 feet. thence n )V feet, thence I follows, towit: Beginning at the n -
w 5i feet, thence n 40 feet, thence w 104 feet to the ncr of ,aid lot no 170. and run w 10 folf
Levy Itrothers-TC lot no 91, o p. housw Rni.-ed place of beginning, four stores and warehouse- thences 41 feet 6 In., thence e 160 ftest.:
from w$90 to $1.000. Rained from S8o00 to 64100. thence n 41 feet 6 in., to point of be!annlI
Juli|. illrachblrg'- T ( C lot not 14. to p., brick butl- Levy Broihsr-Part of T C lot no 16'. o. de- storeI. Sgeeting and Harde-SmithCo.-
inr. $4,000. N' of T C lot 1.i on 1 brick build-: sribed -A follows, to-wit: Beginning at then e ad from 400i to 4.0. 0.
ins,. $1.000-Railed frwnm .00() to gsuXo. corner of said lot no let, and run a 70 feet. thence LM Lively- Part of T C lot no 179. o p. derlh
S w 50 fat. thence n 70 feet. and thence r 50 feet to as follows, towit: Beginning at a point Il*3
Constantine Algero-St' of TC lot 9., o p. Con. the place of beginning, two stores-Rained from feet 6 in. n of these corner oflot no 1i e0.S
stantine House-Raised from $2.000 to 12..W). $Ieo0 to 81900. and then run n 36 feet 4 in.. thence w 10
I. M I.ively-TC lots no. 101. 102 and 103, o p. Ar- Robett Monroea of Tenneseo- Part of TC lot no thence* 36 feet 4 in.. and thencee lo0 fasl R,
Inory-LAI- from $1.W00 to $1.500. 169, o p. decrbed as fodlows, to-wit: Beginnln the place of beginning. VanBrunt
Mrs I )Walker-TC lots nos 119. 120. 121 122, t the a w as reroftscMlot no100. and running Mily'toor-ald from (100 to 846
12:1, 124, 115Md126. p,2houase-Raimfo 85 fet,t tecefeet. tholteaMfeet to Jeffer- C B and G RGwynn--Part of TC lot so 11, 6
Im4o t 12, p, 2 hout-Rai from sthe w 75 ft to the place of A bd anfollows, twit: Bootpa 1
J 0 ('throa eton a 2 e innin.uflogs, ,store and annex-Raised ft from theomner of Monroe andM
J F Oichran-?tOlots nod 127and 12R. o houi... from anel and rn 2fe8i ts
10 feet a11e*side of T C lot no I. o p- ftret and nan. 6 fact Uin themoaw
Ita fd r"A1.0 0 to 1 200 ECrastus W C S k-fPart of TC lot no 109, o p. de- feet, thence ao feet in. an thee e
iaised0 f]m mw q.Oioto t 4.o as crbedl a follows, to-wit: Berinning at the a fat, to the point of beginnng, Mikler's
Wtmlom AUer-T C tlt no 144. o p, ho Ri l e corner of said lot no 169. and running n 86 -Ralsad from $8000 to $3600,
from ~S00t M oM felt, thence w 60 feet, thence a 6 'feet, and R B Willisas Eatte. Mrs R 8 Williams. Adam.-'
Mri Suaan A Hllaaock-T lot no 147. o p, houae then o 00 ft to the place of binninn. Part of TC lotno 179. op. described
lRaised tm S tI.00 to 82,0(1. store buiMlina- Raied from 82100 to O0. kown, to-wit: Beginning 113 feet 3 inches
i. C YaMer--'C oti nos l4M and 149. o p. hou.w I. M LtlAy-Part of T C lot no 11, e ,. de ribed the corner of Monroe and McCarty ree, '
raised frm llS,200to .1."00 amafellows, to-wit: Commeeat point 8 feet hIrun w 160 feet. then a 26 feet 2
F 1I Myerw-T C lot mo 150. o Raised from 4,ij n of theaes corner of said lot 171i. d run tthene &leo feet. and then n 26feet. .
to WO. then. w 160 feet. theme n 4r feet, to theplace of bennin. Diamond'I
J I) Cy-T C lot no 161, op. house -Raised from 160 feet. and theneasa45 ft tothb M aid from 0 to
$2. 100 to M.400 two stea.t 0 Algp tlo the b mmlOt n Mrs E A Woodruff-Part of T C lot ro 10. o p. s
part ofT C ot n 171, p, do ribod -as fo per Duval' map. described an follow to- lt
Mir Kate RmitA-T Clot no INl,., p iaiedl from owa. to-wit: sia tet of th e mn itthe corner o let
$4410 to ", corner of s id lots. l, adthemtrun 1lOfat. 10. and runn 40 feet 10% inches. thenemMWs
1. (' Yager-T C lot wo t171( o p, 2 houmes. Rainal thence w 1l fe0t, themes a feet.and t fast, themes 40 f t 10% inches, od
from I36O to l4.000. 100 t ft to the l of o beginning. H 'ill a a0 feot to the place of beoinninr, Ctohen m
Mrbook store. $.000- -ipd 0fr.o 3JI0 to S. Markham sto aaed fm 8 to
hit 9. o p, except 4 feet on t aoite, house A J ih entd o LC Yt r. n feeto7 o n tC nhen-Par t C t no .as
*maly~tl rnt (in. tf n thence he n fr tTC40 no 17L1. a P. Pitry stet oS
Rale~eto8000 theaWaideof rC~ptoasS op.; te eto a r'emb dooeribed ia follows, to-wit:
SI (;rft ling and tph Gramlinw. and 0 1 ramid. buidr f c l r stable sininglN Oet a of the n a emn of sa-id
I l srun rdlihStl d R ta Gramlnl.e anrO : ram. feet ,,ff U60o?" no d0.a and run onMonrore street 0o feet
the gmdle of TCtotno .o h 'e at Erastus W Clark-Part of TC lot no 74. o p .deo ches, thence w O0 feeLt thence n 0feet
frt.m ltfS 0 totS I0. scribed a s follow, towit: B lir air i eet n incihe md thencea e 80 tet to the plaos
of theascorner of saidlot no 174. at ru wI0 beg ta S ophIe ash ,atore--Raised tnag
Mr L, ) WalkeT C lot no li, p. houe Rai- foat. ther n 11 fat, thenwse*W feet. thence S~g 3
vii.frown61.500 to KWa.17feetto the plaft of beeiunl je Missy m l C s--artr of T CClot
' liaha seet Wator Works Company Part of 'r= *WeJ--lr M fo m10 p. e plep. d cribpdas f
kit no 11.a deMcri ed as follows. to.-wt: J W mad A Duval-Part of TC lot to 174. op to-wit Dtal e% ata point onaMoase
111 inning at t se 5a@corner of said lot no 13. deaerribe as follows, to-witg Cmamew a1e0l S toant of the in atsetio d of Monroe
an ruaw4l4faet 8 lit, thence n 180 fet thence feet afron tthe *eaermW akno lot ao4. a" struts, and rua aswith now"ee
henal traWfeet to tePa fbeinni- fet tene tben10 feat, SthaMa1 1 to hs with addit en onf.
Leovy Prote- of T C lot no 1i. o p. de- ,Wtoiam. I ho amto
er&"e to-wit: regrianuing at a WR W lli-Part of T lot a. I4 e dma1thed L l iT Uedig-art of T M ao .so
i.o"nt ..1Slawof the car*eesorofsaidlot as t to-wit.asiol a ,u .t
feet th off, 9 In. avid thenea 100 WI s aAPAft run 6
feet tootrwisni Thean10feet 9.TT *pto fotWHg
of 7 C wit an 8 e P--Raisel fromn 81.30 to 4 g
o df .. the ce t 10 ncas a these.
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R A *b]SH e--TC lot no 87 a a. house-
ilr ollt UM 1. J W Baisheall-T fo lot no 0 t house --
beS" thoU180191iO ft Ai d- Q lot ad Wt nd n E Cob"%a a

SW -t C r haof, o-p, T ase R d fO from S $.000 to us-R00.a
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treir tJ.s. Miss Sallie Blake--T C lot no 48 n ,
DW Ma la--TC lotaaeo0, aop, om--Riad house-Railed from $3000 to $23 0.
of Lettoh-T a lot as 1a, op.baueRa-aid house--Raised from 12000 to 84o00.
hMbga toeMUll Dr 0N Boward-T C lots no 98 and 99,.
0 -Aj igrM, t A .it'C o n a house--Ralsed from a3iOh to 14000.
e bft -U ti' Mrs A L Bond--T C lots no n d 108a, hoe-
S UMas WJ-T. C lotsos IT no 71, o p. 2 n a, 2 houses-Rai$ed r0 4o to

houMasealahdt faro p l m toa 1000. 5
S 1E1r-JClotnoSY4. op. -S Ied Dr George H Owynn- T C lot no 104. n ,.
f W00 toS 00. house-Ralsed from $2000 to $3004).
Wo DT b Bar-T C l ond o4d

DrWJ Gunn--PartsofTCLots o-w innin Mrs. L C Winthrop-TC lot no 14., n a,
S earlM C l L. oval Otr. et n house-Raised from $1500 to $2000. f*t.thesew Dr W L Moor-T 0C lot non lo1; and 107.
fa f Ma t INthl C f*a ltow f Jrlon. n a. 2 houses-Raised from $:600 toi
thuJnce log l street 2fWeeot to plae 400.
BDelin.loRes-TenceWand opp-Raieud frown LA Perkine-T C lot no 10. n a. house .
i OOto 1800. Raised from $2000 to $2400. .

Op.dem d ibeda. follow .- tA C---t -eini -T C lot no 12 n a, hwi- Isttl.
at the n ornm o s lot no a, ne rn from 82800 to $8300.
/1 fee S in. on JDuval atre-t thetcow eew r ort.-T lo no n

th e n 71 feet8 in., nd tnene e 6 feet to ICarroll A L choemaker--T o it. -t, 11,3.
part of oT C lot no 184. o p. descriMbed ap nol- I latd from $3800 to $450r.
Sows. to-wit: -Beginni r at the sw corner of (George Hllln.-T C lot no ik 1. i .a,
said lot and run n 87 's feet. thence E86 feet, huil us tuit. nl n uil undrtuek lug +t ':,tr.'
thence s '7 t feei, thence w 85 feet to the liihhmint--lth-it-d froni $1.,ii5i t ti $;''.
taitol lm $1wO to.$22 0. Itlaoue-Itale d from $.0 to I$000.
J W FerrellG-W t,- of TC lot no 28a. d2o p-Rai Juli nn i iiRlm--- ll ot no 1P4. A t. lhtIs.
from P .Idetcribedsfoow.lto- Binn fnm $p0 t o $4 oi.H00l).
WDWat than E ofT C lot no.285. o p-Raised .Mrs oR Iemb-Ris r of olt t0 rt $8,0o.
fn omfeet cthen ea Mi'ett' o I. from $3BOO .a2 u tt-o ld $45 lintflit ti.t

fromw 400 to w0. ieuare i ttt t n l te the l ot o T l n -
T P Strickland--x W t feet ofT C lot no28i.,op O li ,,, .' rT C l ot no h i tl!w, t ot-W
house Haiaed from. $104)0 to $16. I i'gliH-lK :tf thl.- ,oi l lo r f < i
G .eorwe scamnin etate. Miss Matry W i amon. agent Itlulnr, t thli Iiti-rttit itt ,f MIe1-'rty
fene 't t of' ( lot n o Wi '. a ho uueas a td oloirt* t t.. n fli, lit- wi :.20
r.1 elt. f *I $25i00. n T |D t ftt .lt A rdam wte I. t ,.te,,' to 100.
FC ,tlmte,. r.ent t C .lot no28r t o 2 hou ,a2tsee t, r ir .''ml op r Vs l t lt tor 30.
t p lSt aic -eol a- e n g hu'441s t. t 11.11W.. C l.t 1 ..I.M 11 I-. t .il .. in t ii.. i.. t
apni a th am $wco e to r ofe. *r H to n1ipf >i"t. hV lot IIIft f0
P~idlotandrun 87-,v etthene o 86fee

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FC (;i!nuoret,. i ,nt All of 'T lot C nW)o t 241 op, ex 1 I.,i ,l f t,, ,, S1,. t) $i; ,,,,4, |.ti,, tO 'l i t int I t 1 .... iI
q.e|,it p41 f.,Ot 'rn t|e.- i,-s' thereof. hotseT--
I ta *,,,I oInf h,^the t.e o Nt In l,. Iq 4 Nit i11 "EI T lt ,,( Jof thle .n:., *o.,t In ', ..
,Hai- fr,. M rI- Knit, P H ,'rx i ., T Ci lot C no t i .') o f h1, ,us -]Ul.r1 1. i. ll ,, ? in th :\ > T; |lnl Itltl e d farom .i ) I .
H Iuu.ed fr..- l lM)i Ito) 12.L10. h; -se '. Ii t. I t i l. I 1 ', i in d t'd i{ A tiili, T I' ,. iI i ,' I'. '
C i IM C M lPutlon N of e of T' C hoi k F" I-'. s1:i* .1'' i Italsed Iet L i W hw i , ', I, I n
I, ,,It"I. i ,. h,,u .--aied from $1204)~ o from t $Ig ,i ti $ I::..t $400 to $560 .
$1600. M *l" (I 1 Huitit "I' ,, I.. t ,. tf ilthe nitt- Johin 'e rl'e I',i iM- I' ,, '. T l i,, t n, ,.
Jame' \ A W 1 '*. (if w 'I f '1 (' IIit no f. ,illv1rtill o i f lt ,ill t I on ii s,. riuiare Ia w i>, l. I t Irll vi\ -. tI, w II
houit 1'.Ite M (tl fr.,nt $121 to14, lS4|. i ltn it i t Is t ,f '".; tBet, H Ii'e n il)li g i t tin. n If (i r It.l 't, ul ,l l
,Willlanu C'hill' E1: '1 tf f T ( tno *tt- l. lo2.1 11 t.o-is ft stti $1000 to f ie. t, .i r \ 1 I.I., sii li. t
E II Alfor .oE- ei f T C .< nto T ,, n .I i. lo i l
frhot. .-.I i) *100) I t o ,. f-11, th - f1 t 1ti i, tourt W oltert W t Mitllti.' t l;'.Ilt .\ 1i' l '
H 1. ail '; o ,f aT I ,t o it) e o p. htouist l.ti xAt,' . i n ,, ti., t i I l tv of of T loet it i : i s1. si4i, 1 t, ; i. ,
ltius.-l ftitui $141P0.) tot16h. 'I'.ll .- ., t. I| Ih I t i t't r I.ilt r lt ItI' "lfromt $.il i l '
lMro, f-. i l- T f T CIlart of ( lot noit2 3 it. ,p, 1- iI 1, .itok 1' 1 .,,. t$, I. 't o l,,iu it oI otk lt,, I i'. n,,i 1 > ,
hou.4e- n'.t*l from $1t 0 to5l.VJO hlt tn .. ,sf I' , l nt itl, otf ittli oihl ,th14.,.,'iht. ,t I ,.,i,,l. ,itt \ -I / I
Mr. LA oi1, 1u, Jothn t C(llins. aRent I t of T Lr t -".' I *. I t< lI K t tIll, t t 1,1 i llIt1111 ,,lt i tMf it ,
L(. ,t no '_294,' ,. t i -- i sed from $1100 to 0 i hf T ,1 r I nt-i r .' I l'fi- 1- f uh .1 i ''"- 1 I I
$U: .l III I f il %tf l.i ( ii1 .t2t f e t'h , f,,. 1 ft t', f1 L ;Oi, ,
CA Bryart. Mr. 'tate, Lir. HE Palmer. Admr.- Itt -t. f. fe't t. I i ti ft. ,nI
P'art of T itutret:i. n,,op. described an follow J N C o* .*" , o f thi .l, i t s-wit: 1t,-uinninog at the n ecor trof ls i.,ol ..f t hi ,lI I ,I 1,ti 0lt, h ,l, ,lt i. lla ,aif hblgi ig 1:iti1. ,. -, ,I 1 r ,to; ,0 .ts
lot ,io 295.. tlien running u 129feet. thence w the' n a tI. it,. '* s otf Jtalilti asce as $350.
14feet. th nce n 129 et t, ndthand e e e 85feet,. "r r11uin r1 ,,- I 1 t1. -1!,Idl l.Mk FF,. t'hlo Hu.Tgers .|I.l t ,I I' i" e lot int 1.'. In
to point of be.oining-Raled from 0 t tn l $.300 to 100. a, descrfitsol Wt"- l ,iwusr -.. to- to I, l:;i'.
$400. T1 J EvllanI- T 4' IIt 1321 nt it, house- fniing on lhi.b ''I i-t 11:1 f'., tIn oifi
PegLy Courtney-N t of T C lot no 297, o p- Raised from $'so titn I$2:t00. Carolina sttr'l,. f Ii.f tii-, it : '.. f'., I
R l ed frn $W00to 400. \V C" H odKges- T h* t I :I n l. i 13tn.'te o l.. I I ii+n. :'If i. r. i .
8iarah Fits ilep -8 s,, of T C lot no29 op-Ral d ,l se tl from t ,l t, 10 oI t tl| t-, ot i,- i f,, I ,l t .,
f"m O4Wt K. It K Mllllkln-l.ot ; :I .t i lioue--t1 laed nuel Mhoi-I" I ,f;"1 l, t ,, t I
J T Phl -TC lot no 299. op. house- a etoodu f mJt 110n V e ittd amuel M!a.ii El". I : Ts I loit 11, it. t,
from3li1) to 13000. 1IU J fnd -\l .t.; T 4, lot 1t(,it o 1 13 a.
Edgar Allen- Part of T clot no 300, o deecribedt I h Mu u -Ils.-dts' rror to ',),... s0 E 2-: ,f T i
astfolwt. to-wit: Peginnin at< e wc r- Mrs lannit \ JIlii't,itl lot no 17. lot no 24 I'iO I l l fr
ner of said lot no .300.(and run n 70 feet, thence n a. houspne -t iitl frnm l17i00 to $20<100, $800 to _90(I
e l0Ofeet, thtnee a To fot., and thence w 170 Miset E nid A 'iti,.h,. it 'Gerard)--T VW'm H Kichserduoii st of T It llst 44:
feetto the place of beginning, house-Rained l' i ots I son1d :t it ,I 1.2'.. t, a r. 4 ihouWf.- i W elir-i l ,I ftolloiw 1o ,$, II .
froSmTM00o tSIt 0. laisNed from $:it o ti,, t $f3514ri0 giilnK i fit 1 .i .titl ti tlith .
ar.ah Fitzagiles-Part of T C lot no 800, W\' I Willson T < I'tl- t14a 141 ;nil 14". ;nodn'.r of M thl 1,I Id 1431 inti a l i % A
t p. described as follows, to-wit: Be- in liotute; l;.i'- .1 frr. n $i;oinl tio $2'100. 100 f-eet. Ith ,,'. . f*,r t. t" i, ,' .' 1 1
Kinnirlg :,I the I n w cornerr of said lot .I Fdmondl on r .:-t i .i Mr I, l tilm nd- fe.t, and tII,, ti f-e.t to lit 1 :i i.l;
Ino 3100. Hnd rnitt e 170 feet, thence a 60 ,,n.' Admx- T 1' I,,- ,,.. f t td 1 4t., if 146r ili, .li lItise'tl tt $.
fe.t. w 170 feet, and thence 'i i a hot i t, s...i ;n rn : lto 3000, to $3 0.
C.0 f.t.-t Io the place of beginning- n anni. I r.,' 1 1 n I QunIe t t i lot lit t .
- I.',iil fot'tn $200 to 8350. i l lt r m I'nn IN s ',. I TV. I T f ltt itr, f 147. n t Qua ll. I 'r ,i t I t lot l lt i:. fti w
EIrI, l ,doo1l0bed i, f., I,. It 1 Jl ltlsI,,l:
flh, Jos)' --T '" lot no 301. o p, house- A ,t la r r tf't i, 1 t t the / x ,it, I. 1a t lot fli 1. .,,, il
kI.'i..-si from 300 to 400. A Ilx B 1 farriti T'r $ f',it t( 144. a run n 0 f I, J . i -. il fl 1,.
rt,,r.&h tflggli. '-'T (' lots no. 308. 304 and __,,",Il r"frtillt S llI t iti 5 ,Il60 f t It. I rtt-t. i"t flit, s '
3 it. o .1 i(ii hou t. -Rail ed from $760 J RW ('rollimn T "' ,I t itt l I i t, h 1 '- 1 f' .t t l .l tf olt "llt,,
to l,$1u111il itaulo d from tit.l ,titt $ t1n house I -- tal{ i, I '...l $' (t :Si :'s34
IDr A 8 Jt-rrv-T C lot no 306, o p, house Miss rannie : IE', tisln T C hlt no 11r). q, Charlotte' Powir-ll m ,I I,',v ti o ,o 2 .,f T
liai ed from 8100 to $1300. a, h lousi -t.1, i I f,1to : $1 t) to 800. lot l it 1. i t" l Ot r, *,,,i. I -
I' T Myerm-- T C lots nol .312. 314, 815 and i T o .T ',' rk in I .11 ht 1 a, .ou due .d .e i ,' <.1 th .
314,. t, ;i-- lialsed from $'2000 to $2600. --lnuise.d ).i:. to $20o. due. d fre, :ti I,,r i
%W fl I'h: -P -rt of li.. w of T (* T ('ol s "r ,,. I ," ,; ,o, <*,. < ,f1 rt A w ir;li of , ..
,t Itou :I :t., p. ,le.e-rith--d ijs follows,. i '11o k II i. l,, I h, I 0a i : ,
to-wli t. KltginningK t tht- ni w lorinuer John P t Itntl 'I "'i s f' ,t ,11' T (I rl t from $31ii tots '
.If -sail Itti no 317. niild rulln e G5 feet. no 155. n ii. i..It. it w .'7 feft >of
tIn-rit 1 110, thi. rep w 0r f.-et., tindl T I lot no I.,i I, Itl-, i-d from $(500 Mr. If K F 'hi,. 1: 1 I- <'Itnrk \* I
the'n.- n i.T1 feel to the- plap'. of its irt. to 6450. --T ( lot it '. Aw -Ilaiiie4t f 1it,
tflng, hoiwun -Itals.ied from $440) to $500., T W l wreviard.I -:Ftiu. %MrI M (' lfloward. 203)0 tli $301.
lDinl)l WIglKKim-E '4 of T C lot no 317. Ag.rntt- T loit ',,.- TIl iiil.1 t7o, n a Miss J.sehi. ,' M.I. T i' liot no .
o p, T o' lot no 318. o p, 3 houlia- hoiie--Ranlle,.ti ft.,it $.:tl;ui to $40(1). % of '(' ',i. t o ,, Iliitls il ft orn.
Raleld from $2000 to $2400. If A %VWlinm- 'Th'. In 11 f,. tI of T ( lot no $114o0 t(oo $2t,'
Alrit 8 V Quntlal--T C lt no 319. o p. hoisi, 173. n a. house- 'I',,. n 1 ii fe.t of T Miro M (' Fl l,.r I of T C lotu to fit,
--- talte d from 11200 to i1360. ilot 174. iI [ I. f nl I from $1lsfil to 13 and 14. t t t. .'- t '. d- .l'tr11t*..l :it
Constantine Algero-W of e % of T ( 1500 follows, tti-w t I' ti rin t th
lot t no 3 1. o Iloe-e 94. 2 house -- V (' R .Ie-di from 1fl to 1650. srtril s oliws. t with'it l nq on et t it 1, f":, e-t.t. thtnu'i'
Mrs E0 ( ('huleat-N % of T ( lot no 14, ifnd then n w f,-l,.to o l ft not 174. ent letd ,tIt., s re-ot. Ind th i 'n,
n a, house-t--aled from $18100 to S2160. haned run 4 fe- t, iO a 2110 feet I l.. t I I(., e of t-lilnpi-.
W A. ),m iUly--'T lCota no. 16 and 16. t thce if eet f I te ,,,in l u.n .e r Al hot0it--..>.f-it ft. .l f.i- 't400 to $I6lio ,
n a. house--Raised from 16004 to 51W-. part of T C lot 175.,, n dlem-.rlhed nlo MisMMJOlla Nims IliI -I of T i lote no'e 1.1
Mrs M Theresa Monroe--The w 20 feet of follows, to-wit: It,.-rinrinflg nt th n and 14 n o ,, '. t. dearltold :t, f.
-- the a 7 feet of T C lot no 21. n a; the corner of 414ld lout ne 175. snrid run r, to-wit- JthIei:lIt at t the s w cornT r
n 75 feet of TC lot no 22. n a. house- 14)0 feet, then.'- t 1,0i RaJelld tfrm o 8160 to 13700. 13 feet. and then -ce n ?**f f-- toI i*- aad run n I151 'I f, .thietie e 10tal f.'
Miss Jlesfi gWnnis--Thoe a" fet of al of beginnln Ruilmed from $W0 thence n Te I ',o Mtb'nrty strel
T C lot no 22 n a, house-Raised from LBoy er1ra-..rt of T rnt ,o 1 7. t,. ..t t ten ,1.. I
51600 to 117Q.o Clinton h rol.'t. ;rOtt th0nllw' 117 111.
In tooTC t I. e sii b e d a s f o llo w s to w "-' P # t o t h in itt t'ien I t u g h o t s .
lisse MaVry 8 anl .Ulla ,wlaws-T C lets in o fee 0 wrn,,f e. Wo,-,V*r sr e lved from $'. '"t,1 1,-111 -
s29l o nd041. a. hous-1 a ed fro ITS. and then rimn 41 fet Mrs M Theresa Mt..r,. Thh w 10o f.let if
tP to $Ml -1.. oothano e feet, th*1.rce a 4, fs., .end |-T C" lots n- l '41 0 of" ''
V iP sA keom-T C lot no Nn a, aouf-- thence w 130 feet to the '-, e'. bhe. houses 0 to9 '
Salaed10 from M to T. sling. house--Ralsad frrm *"0il to Mis Nelle I t- ,, '- i p 1 tfo. if, f
C G Owynn T C lot eo 4. a a. house-g- .E- C n lota no 1>1 *".' 'f n % "of C', ,
hised from $130 to 1U50. J. L... Nuton1--T 0 lot no 177. n a. hoise- hiouse- Itslt-l tr ". ti, to i'1. ,
Co. 0 H Owyse-T C lots m 47' Ralfed from N400 to al00. wsw Nellie s x irn t't. The w 1-I- .
S s- A a. house-Raited fr mSIM R A P0-0-T C lt no 171 1 0oi"ewa l* of T C It r n onf f *,
* fl.rom OW ,in 8 12. ,Se- alaed ft Ion S'0) to :
"' it C M 41, iad l &0 ea 4' u-f T' r lot tIf no ai,,O it NMo.- The- e If$ feet 4 .it,-Itw
*iitB s a m--Riftsedfrom SphqL '^^C _1 %of CO
l^ a~~y-ii' .*.. .:,, w ""*A ^ ^..A "'-..- ., ^ ^ (^ ^ \W '.4," *.*. .*fi

t*aism 1* %

Ge~I & %- slow
eiaoaon mr-hRaised f,'k,

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I ::s 11i-i 'r Ilttiii I -- Pa .
f it1, det- i'ta)lt.dA a.4 ft,
I i I-.14 11lhi tI tSu it 4.) Ii
ani.70, fe-1,t, hitfi
$A111 ite'10. ttl Iii I
$.lloww It. $ i44t, ( "I'

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G (lo 184t no 20.aa-
to $1 o

Sl.Mrs, n a 1eF
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nhouse<4Nn $1 l

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W a v B r.Io lot no -lI ai.d
om M from $lo to 8i1.
wR a flI -T C lot 207. n a. house-
-~ fea $90 to $1600.

4R A loto. no2o 2 9. n a. house.--

Ow to,$2 S0o.
' F lott no 2,'0,. n a-AlW"d
R 7A a8h1A C t no 243. n a. I houses
R r wo to $1000.
RA C"T Cj no '25'. n house-t
i rfnm to $650o.
DR Cox Twhe a I t of T i ; lot no 254.
n a, 0 o6 e- d from $700 to $1200.
Mllrs -ollne Ort hai-- 0 'lh O feet of T
i.J q 4 A. I llinte-Ralaed from
J W ere i--t C lot" mo S 2 6, 266, 2t7
4:5- 6 houimen-Raised from
to !66 .
H B LAtt llC 4 of T C lot no 72., n
a., hiov!- 1*od from $400 to $6M00.
Wilborn H ilrd-the n 2-3 of T l ot
no lfI bousw itaisd from "$tt ,
to $
Min J l NMe1innis -T lot no1. "274,
n th )D'Ol s-Ruilst-l friot SNOl to
Annie ! r-Part of T lot no 277.
n *, a~rla l follows. to-wit: Coin-
I"i n ns Fa' the n on ir r f iilsa l loi
no 2T and run w lui fr>t,. thein-.'. l
64 feet, thence ion fee0t. utiil thelini-
n 114 feet to the plute or if liiptning.
house--Raned from $Slt tis $411i
F-'rank Wana--Part of T l' int no 277.t n it,
duiecribed followss. ito- it: Con i-
menclng at 1 point 4i f to't n itf ili, .
corner of said lot n1, 277, it a, whiiii
is the point of begiliiiiiig, thtln ri un ii
til feet, titll llt W tt1 I' 1i 'it P. I,"
ft'.'t n ind thit et' u I,- l,, in o lit i Jii.
4if I.ginlning. Alsoi. .p i T f( I t iii
277, It a. doerilt Pil tel o-.t. to-wit
('uminicl iig( ul t i i i" t', i" it it1 tit,'
S cirt si ai' sti l t I :, I 77. i Ilil
I igil) t'rt' t, tl l it f'. I l f i
W 1. l f t.,t t i t t I t llIlI l I ',
I l ) 11-f 't I )t Ill- i r ; ', ilni
1t: i ,r<1 fro mi $.ut I I

ii n. Al s o ft o n c r 1 e4 "j ( I o .
S oM flno 2 m ttoe n w 'Ton Cla-T lot C.
,"' .no4, isN eI 1 house a '~t'romA
Inee. thnce ad0 feet. thbnoe Iw1 PERSONAL PROPARW.
teot 1 11- Inches. and thenco n 1? foot
0the pace of b ning-Railaed from J W Collinsa & Co-On pent
Sto Valuation rated from 527*
Mlm Nellie. K Bassett-Part of a. of T J aW Corbett Furniture to
Clot no 26. 4 Co .d ated an l proprty-Vaiuaon
follows. towit: Beltnnlnl at the a t O.
corner of sald lot nI U, and run n an Capital City Pharmacy, L
1omb atret 1 feet. thenoe w 55 o03mP-On duL store
rptt, thence tn fat, thence I t o erfrom$,r
hince Is 140 f t o to Clinton street v r
thencee6 feet along the n ide0o DuvaJ Il-lthe(W J I W Sm
S'Ilntone eel t to tht place of be,- ..- raised *- romu-e"t"
nlne-l from 00 to 4. lu from
IlmAiund Johnion--Part at P % of T lot J I (ROt.
no Is. a % of Co %. eearribed as fol- n l'qol tYhton rl
lops, to-wit: elginnlng at the a e toOw .
cornt-r of taid lot no 25. then run w Gilmore & -avia Co.-On ardsp
110 feet on Clinton street. which In the and bullding material. IS l
point of l btinnlng then run n 140 feet. and 3 Waapm-VluaUS
thnee* w 1201 feet more r le then a 110,000 to $1,. t
140 feet,. iid then e 124 fat inor or I TL Gregor ,-On merlo
to"to the' point of begnnMi. house- and wa 12
aimed fro.m I$300 to 11101 1,$900 to = S.
Stu"ford tirrlsmonPan t of n .4 T J1PHill--On
lot fit) 21. itof o% 0ot=, as oialeed from
frtllnwR. to-wit: ]B lnnlms at thei n w s d fro Ttf II
t'orneer of itld lot no Ua. run e Dr A 9 Jerry--On dru t"1%
176 feet 8 Inchoe thence a 140 feet. bulry and H K rw
thence w 176 feet I Inches. and thenre ratled from $1001 to .
i 140 feet to the plaee of bein nnin 8g C James--On Me a
AIl to, part of T C lot So 1", n tion raised from i I
or T 0tlot no %. n %4 of ('o 1 d4. vy Bro --Oi l nl
rll'ni.d a folowa, to-wit: l eglnnln mile land ln-
ait the n e torne troftaid lot no2. 2V annd tt
run tthen'e 17t feet. thencer a 140. ) roa 4nm 00 to *--00.
fo.t. then.c e 1711 feet, and thencei n P T Mckler (Akant for h
140 feet to. the pihe of birlnnlng, honii. Store) -On erohaJdan
Fis.ld ft'om 5100 to $3(N. ruled from IlW to
; W. Ithod's.-Rrt of 'r C lot 1no 1i. n1 ) h i2 Nh14resech pafar W
of Co '. dles(.ribed as follow, to-wit: nlid f tro
l 'Klimitifn I t a point on 'llnn ln t. I hiilllip & rSons--O i meroh iandli
271l foot from the Inltermetion l land and Clinton streetas, nil rin o from Is3300 to $4000.
f-ot. thent,, n 14) feet, thwneitu w C) Itth J Phillplip--On phimbln 4 Is
f'.t uind th-.nep 140 f of lIginlnirg Ralined from $15.0 to 401n (10 to (1 10) 00.
,Minl,,VIillhlmnm--Prof T lot no 26.. n Wtim 1)I I torin-iols-n umnAert h
.:'tOf On 14. deprTerheid ni follhost. to luuetlot raisd I
wit: lt~einning net the 1 w .kvorr (if t liXit 1 1.
1i l n M, no '.t. ienul Iiai e 41 ft1. 1. iith.n s,, ,ti..r i T .rphonl A onl & C o' utl J
S i ft',t.. Ithrneeo w 4.1 fct. :,I 11 th n-lt,' f) ilt l i,.lonail pri|oprty-v--V lu
I 1ii f,.' t 1i1 fit. Ilit "t. tif i t.t;ilfi K frtll, $4ti 1) to $. s00.oo t
; i-1* fitnm 1,$P10 to .30. t (''0
', l .. i l. l it r 1 I' ,l ..r *i' t : XTr, 'P C t -- ro

i I' x IP 'lit K fit II .... ,f' '* .\ Itn u< k-r ) r1 livery. ar i- p
il l t it tn o i, i 1 t ,, : -f:.,lti hor tniiiles, W al
i. '\ i f I't i.,,l I iI ifi IKIi t. hnrne C

AI ',1 I fr,, I ,1 ,, $I i, ilp'i, ot,, '.'. I,'H. rld H
.\i. I ', r I'.,, I, f'I, .,i ,. I, Viktltlntli ti l',lmtil from II 1 OM1 t
I,, w -4 11. r t) i i .... -" +,r I T "l'liI|,hni 1.. r, lw ,, .> in yd. fl i
S' ' 70 I' '' 1 ' 4" Il 1ncklhiirn. Inrv,,rp.>rrtorsi
,, T i" 7,,, 7 ,, ., .* wiin ntook. V\';iw tltin ra a '
. I.' ,, ", it,,, 1 ,1 ,,, $,ii'n to $;:iflt *n + E

$ l, .-, l. i $ ,,). l

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Child Bros. Building and Lumber

Contracotrs and Builders..

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber 0

all kinds. -

Mill Work Manufacturers of all kinds of rough ad
dres.,i lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
colun is, brackt.s, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every, description. Bric
Lime and Cement for sale.

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

Office, Shop and Lumber-Yard ton Seaboard Air Line
on lot south of county jail.

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A, A Theght.
every kindly ded I
Sfor us from day to day,
vored to take heed
return for it faunl pay-
I deed
fr da to -day
1| stitute for pay-
sUppy tate it would be
*o M ro k i^9 In Science

-oreg e* fr me
Morph1 paunounces that
COWrse of entertainment is
fast. These entertainments
at the opera house, and
em 0 ale next Monday, at
o.'s store. The first number
anB O Friday, the 8th nast.
has not yet been able to
moany subMcribers for this
wig be neceary tocover the
t t person lose, but he
that the girls shall not
needed recreation, come-
es the risk. Lot everybody
Met taken a ticket think the
and see if one cannot be
lasie tickets may be had
Sew students have come in
week. Among them are
Jones of Pensaeola, Cajt-
t of Cincinnati, Ohio, Edna
of Comfort, and Eunice Lov-
Graham, the young lady
Sb been awarded the Kinder.
scholarship offered by the State
of Women's Clubs, is ex-
daily to arrive at Tallahassee to
coarse at the College.
Partridge, one of the stud-
Monticello, enjoyed a week.
from her sister last Saturday
Separations are being made
M nrveas for a delightful Hallo-
lfrty to be given Friday evening
Hall. The invitations read as
at the witching hour of eight,
let the fires read your fate ;
eal to none the scret plot,
woe, not luck, will be your lot.
evember Ilt, lfYt7.
Is nothing better for stomach
than KODOL, which contains
st ue juices found in a healthy Atom.
ODOL, is offered on a guaran-
for the relief of heart burn,
e, sour stomach, Ielching of
Mtusea, jind nil stomach troubles,
titome when you don't feI'el just!
when you are drowsy after meals
Vw ur head aches or when you have;
bition, and you are cross and ir-1
take a little KOOI,. It dli-
what you cat. It will make you
y. Sold by all druggists. *
T. V. Short-Tall Paragraphs.
pa no Floridian will deny that
9loxham could have the mansion
of rent if he wanted it. But he
s n and ends the matter. Why can't
dent's no be accepted ?
hope the geological survey will
something more interesting to in-
to than the Devil's Hopper and
asks of Alachua. And we are
to hear the work will be hur-
h in alfew months. Experts
done of the most inter.
states in the Union when they
Supon a study of it.
that is niee in Alfred. But
a man has more than he wants it
n ease natural to divide with a
& and so hurrah for both Alfred
CoreliNs Vanderbilt. It seems that
haa been ruined by starting rich
the world. Cornelius had sense
ugh to marry the girl he wanted and

airrud has decency enough to divide.

Dear Sir--- Say milk is worth 8 cents
If i water and sold at 8 cents, the .
Bilk In it etches 12 cents a quart.
SIf I water, 16 cents.
If i water, 24 cents.
If | water 32 cents
That's rather too stiff for milk ; but
watered paint in Wokl in all those pro-
Pure pint I)tvoc is sold for $1.751
a gallon
Paint" at thit price aid A white-
wash fetch,.n $2.62 a1 gallon for the
paint part of it.
"Paint" wlitewash fitche' $ a
gallon tor t ii. pint in itI
"Paint" I wbitewash fetches $7(X0) a
gallon for the actual paint it contains I
And peoph, are paying all these prices
for nt, when they buy adulterated
pai. There are 2( ) such ; only
pure paints, only one Devo e.
Yours truly
42 F. W. DRvo. & Co.
P. S. Gilmore & l)avis Co. sells our DVTIfLPSIA and INDIGCTIONS
paint. TION,
..... ... ConapUtilton. Sour Stomach, Sick IHead-
AssecMOetB. Ihac. Malaria., iilliousness, Torpid Liv-
I have added to my millinery and fan- er and Jaundice arequiekly rolievedand
ey goods biines. a dressmaking de- permanently cured by Father William's
nailment. Fine work and good style. I dian Herb Tablets. They act directly
*aroinage solicited. on the Livor anddiestive organs, seas
Mass Auxir. GRADaI, n perfect salmmlkat and dgestion
Cor- Manro and Call street., ofltrfood. lases the stomach, rep
lli'--oesten per box aad ,our meMy eer
yOU want aW Sr=to or tan rfimd eai tt a we rpr
NUmMs mt w dite@* Ior*9 only by Taila-ii
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Attests H.T. E8 .
Clerk Creat court. LeaM County f .
October Ist. 107.
In the Second Judicial Circuit Court of
Florida, in and for Leon County-In
LAoll Stephens, Complalaant, vs. W. J.
Stephens, Jr., Defendant-Bill for
It having been made to appear by the
affidavit of the Complainant, Lolla
Stephen, that the residence of the De-
fendant, W. J. Stephens, Jr., is in a
State other than the State of Florida,
to-wit: the State of Alabama, in the
city of Andalusia, in said State of Ala-
bama; that there is no person in the
State of Florida the service of a sub-
poena on whom would bind said De-
endant, and that the said Defendant is
over the age of twenty-one years; it is
therefore ordered that the Defendant,
W. J. Stephens, Jr., be and he is here-
by required to appear to the Complain-
ant's Bill of Complaint on Monday, the
2d day of December A. D. 1907 ; and
that this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks in "The True
Democrat," a newspaper published in
the City of Tallahassee, Leon county,
State of Florida.
Witness, Henry T. Felkel, Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Leon county, Flor-
ida, and the seal of said Court, this 24th
day of October, A. D. 1907.
Clerk of Circuit Court of Leon County,
A true copy.
HENRY T. FELKEL, Clerk. 35-4t
In the Second Judicial Circuit, Circuit
Court of Florida, in and for Leon
County--In Chancery.
Lillian B. Cronk, Complainant. vs. James William
Cronk, Defendant-Bill for Divorce.
the affdavit of the Complainant. Lillian B.
Crook, that the residence of the Defendant,
James Wilham Crank is ln a State other than the
State of .lorlda, to.-wt: the 8tate of Aleaams, In
t Cit f Mobile, amid State of Alabams; that
thee is so o in the State of lorida the ser-
vi nofta au on wham would bind a id Do-
fedant., that the Daoendant Is over tf
th-e -ndant. James Wtam Creak. bead
tL Irehu d to a r o Ota9rA
Bld1 n a wee f eem feodar o e ivn wa od
upe oareAi-wll aamatpu metoary smes i
VThiTs AD.Imert. anewamtpf abbe te
the Oetn of v um.allTe. 14u $ e 0aty, tote o -
W~ ityT. Ift mlr I of tiM On m0 Adt

Atnt- atom t. L, ar erk. a4-d th 4 t
WeLL M aof OctobAr. A&D IO.
Chf olrfpme Court of Lhe soanty. roioridV

Sheti SaWe.
tionIsaued a thet4th day of October A. D.
IW?. out of the Supreme Court f the utate of
FlorIda. In aseetal mue pemdina thenn. whobe.
ta R. K.L Mullikia Is Plntlfai InCError and W. T.
Tr1 m K Tdlw f dabts.In rror.I hl
urp and wUl mi- at pubM tery r foma the
county court boe door a the City of TIlaahes.
m. I.ACoa ria.on the thdafyof No-
vember. A. D. between tte hors of s leek
aa. mand oiek p. . anll tat certain plece or
parcel ci ladd.rt uate ngacm n W In mId
city, kna w and derbd s follow, topwt:
Weft half of lot numbered 0i the Nof Ad-
dition oft said ity. Purehaser o for dead.
Sheriff of Supremne Court of the State of Florida.
Izecatlem Sale.
tion issued on the 7th day of August. A. D.
1iW? eut of theCirret Court of theaSecoMnd Judie-
i iWreut of Florida, n and for the County of
Lm. In a certain *s peadinrs therein. wherein
Aaron Lery. Wilaam Levy and Harris Levy
prtaers. doin buaieas undo the firm ners. aa
state of Li Broterb." were Plaintist. and
T B ho wDf"ndant. I haver.o-
dea, t ta Chty -of
between the iars t i o'eteeka. a. 4 a2oeafaI
p., .. a6 a erlB pbesWasI a peee ofid site.
As, tia bob* to *sad *mr, known and
= *meriBasd fowa. te-wtt The *-Uthet ear.
terd 0 a1 tam abrm. 7. In tfnvr** two. mat
of ras1. west. WsuXAX LANairTaON

u acgga e seoft .

Bead owl 9e= esoats Nts e t" -e
2;! T. 1 we;

wi take, a4fCd


Don't Have Your Cart Work
Botched at the Mill.
I build them under at
guaranteee have built
hundreds and luild
more every day.
For prees write
W. H. Adtinson.

P. 0. osx 4.
Tallabasee -- lord.

The New Tert Sunday World Is
Nether arthi IMs Newspaper.
It costs but a trifle, yet supplies one
with fascinating reading for every after-
noon and evening of the week. Its
writers and artists ame paid the highest
salaries, and the weat is: You should
order next Sunday's Wold at once.

One air gam i e Ho0e Mules for
sl. Pr LUAI-isee a or
W ^' IB-T.VKita

October the Sixteenth.

Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. MunroeSt.
Tallbaasee, Florida.
Fancy Wek Matariw a Spemaly

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ae. Special Wates Be r and about soty nud

CottoWf Coanvention ha ben ton

emberat oAto2Jj o
Co o -%7
le o no1 ni
had bee a*ld tocomp if
on November let a2nd. ldit Kotaoweaker andweaker. IOfthtal
l to November 15th Sa iA croxmS ad poevish iGa d
tain that it has worms. Givt
Wi throw the Convention 15 Cream Vermiti, suamnted anteed
Sthe e will prove* l. Expels the worms and WpI tmhjo,'
I ene tothe baby in a healthy normal co di on. ",sa
Air hen i fo the iw- eSoad by Hardee-Smith Co.L E
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)f. if~ I. t iqII PAI*;1 3 910 10.1 5 O UY LI wch as1qa qa len o ? 1114 lIia
*91 i ii)in ~ I*ui hiw 9.1u)iaw lmIJ a. aots)beilup~i siidqasiq.o "
!li, -gnif-d brms adirrnomnesid1lf. ud3 "bwn~stf b~ud be
&as91q on I o 3jidjun 9i .dS*theaiwa s
xoimsq ei~p i H eii~t ~ w~d8' ma. enue ,11'wazaD edt
rw~qmgWs 9fup&iT o flma W59U .wodaosa at ni y

107 adlL d -mlod& a w .wovissBain V" ed
!)97hi Ino i- ail n Fi jdn uMEW~&,
A$ ltd ifU'e VU~I1

IL on &'h'fT ava To~va a MUie'fUOC anon.
o nw I. 1 AI.h In L... tIW ..-.11AL 0- Al
blih1JV'Yl )Jsffjl0lt Ingm 8 a14)A hW j un Uijr bum sovin"I Os.&WIS 31
d ~ )~f '*nt *ddodi qH11pma~ikiqvbswa WtI-juO e9-R .~*b'
1.1,1 ,P~. ft iVd ruwob bovtiisul Itmi' 4d iA
I i t' w!lo(J'tIfI ') )d mI)fP 1,'',3 ~lliw 'f'i7J

t foe the date now. It Academy is bigger. The School i A .,,, *' t. ,, ...I,. m.v
Leave hom e in tim e to re e l e 1 i eO, ,I ,. , "" - od
Sit o tie nihet of Nov. 14th ue to loria FURNIT C ANY Owing to th itiinear. "I"'-t
Iosavention will Ibe in business early .oIaFT ,!i-.', I t. ..,ji Q
t Ah....AnMa0. Jacksonville, Florida. St. Marks d Waimkulls 'y oJ.' '
- A Bali's lroadth Escape. worried and...rn.,u tyou .l..fnd ..., '
hD yo know that every tie you hav a little Cascaswt, the well-know -1 miles of the "'u of of ... ,
.ough iq~ld apiI andhi ynpsdi e ie# dL en, 'T 0 avze.%1do0
it wi ust c re'itself you are invit- uiet theite one in a sreme. resort o the sportwman' a 'plesurt, seeker '
pneumonia, consumption or some ingredients are printed plainlymonO sposan
or pulmonary trouble? Don' fiaj, tt< Contains no opiates. Sold b ,. ,,
.Put your ltngs back in a ggists WBlA S M 'i Plentf ?fgod Gasolite Boats to't, h~d.: OUldes M',,i. nl
wdas Horehound Syrup. NOTICE TO PROPERTT OWNIRS. 'i '' n'
Pice 6 A nd$. 00 per bottle. ,, Fishmil aBd Huntig,B rMt.,. :,,.],,, .,
ali--.',. eve ...M... -, gh... .hop.A &v n W jo ghI,"" 1.1

tUiN 1 eb W i is owlwho h.,fah
loIernor Broward of Flo 41x e, *ir l '-'f R MKEIU "'if'b
t of the Commercial CIu9 :0-ifg ** W- 1-, mi u a ii -- -o -i zos .. eb *o
s*ald, to-day referring to the flnm _.ovembe S i .n~4ol.a) 1 .
situation, that the South was more A. D. 1907, providing or the levy of ht -'" .S ..j A K ad, to el iqo
perous to-day than ever before. special tax of four m ill, for water A)Wan j 1 , o *l il wsl w ni
ahave not lt," said he, "no fire ro n, upon thablim 0 b)o atrvir ;A 9!fho sall -in jwin w oidW
4 t to ,A waiiMft the ert2 Vlt]in the 2 t limits of tha 5 ,l t llAtui ni Itagi n s I l
i)eet New Yrl0l I b CiJ, arida, for t r O1 9 om W bnsa 0o 9nordq' ','M xOmub nis bna lD 1 ow .J x.w w*iqo beib
The invitation to address the St. Lou year A. .19Q7. -AVAN3a"ru C MWIMg o igg
hearing grew ot of the Governor's (Signed) A. C. SPLLAER, .."i .' m "no, an
speech before the Inland Water- President City Council. .F eil,. x t.o "a'n, lao badII

Lowe club. His peech was of a It is economy to hire a good -no dR oni bema bd am i uo vi won ow tu

uar9 Ceasisb~ This. 1I3$ups tthe bhlow nuts dpu aI I .ndie

Soern Browardl betowed l lwn ,9T b sT 0 ea on ......
ms p wt J Inig oa md% Otoe &_ o n.r uI U ci todl 3wS. u u1at u

bt can't go becaes we be loaig y (ii T -,e ,.-'., Wvd.. qu 6i I s..a...J
ke of them i rn e o lhveu. We rt |- ,W i' i li
Mi_ ss... ..t.. o1l "S W ,ontaI, ..,-tn .o %abos ;n 9 ealhJasm
Imi* Plluo.Hixis stishn; wwona 'c 1a Iti **s1 *>h bJud ;laws=J aw .a i -.t) ,, .v A t_ u_ e'

It to chargethe legal ratem sds
th geraft. "weI Just Itt l.
Me eoed out "dif th
we dote on it is our onistency
SlitUe matter of county swag,
mature Jhe opinion that Brother
kI Harril, of the Banner who has
similarly complimented will not
either. it would be plerjisant to
Sath Lowe, Franklin MacVeigh
their representative citizens, at
preat gathering at which 500 dele-
'will meet, but for tie reasons
we will spend October at home.-
oae can fail to honur and admire
wa tiful consistency of Brothers.

"'WI'be paid to any person
who.can find one atom ol
opium, chloral, morphine
cocaine, ether, chloroform
heroin, alpha and beta eu.
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JOUL ceu M Irepiatse. After copylfn eemment from news-
Spaper from all monasm o the State on
UMMsns aRY nMTMIDAT oaNmwo. the subject of the ecalli of an Extra-
--- ..... -----...-.-.-. ordinary Sesson of the LeWstry, the
"s si as sewod m bmCl N sMeer ,an n a l. at Tamps Tribune, in its Issae of October
n a Pt o 0 s 111t TM ls herid au 2 2un 6th, said :
Amf C -osend &IM tenadS. "It will be seen how determined is
o e, aT Bnm ~ t Cwr mAimss M and the opinion against the calling of an
M aMar street. T.qepnt.e No. extra session. The three papes quo-
... ted are published in widely divergent
I b iiptio. ri.e Year. in Advane. portions of the State, which indicates
UAdwrtiuthw mRteson Aptlcatin. that the public mind of every section
S. .. opposes the Governor's policy. Should
Te T w e Dem e Is the oicia Ne.wspOe we desire, we could fill the editorial
e L- Us caeft. page of the Tribune with excerpts from
S-_ ...... ..- the press deprecating in unmeasured
Talahassee. iay, Nov., I. 19. language the proposition to call the
-"'- ^ Legislature in special session.
I'. .. .. '"There has been excuse after excuse
S, -- put forward by close henchmen of the
SWhIoky advrtiemrntirw are not ar'eptid
e S w iorA in thi. newspaper at any prie "(r Governor for the .call, ,but not one of
~ aws' ha ev r pncared ne. NI them ha been accepted as valid by the
-, --- ----.-...-.....-..-=- people. Conscious of the fact that the
"No epitaph is required for a dead lAgislature will meet regularly in less
and buried hatred." than eighteen months, and being fully
'- .- .-..-- aware that thert is nothing of so press-
The Gainesville Sun says: "Show ing a nature a to require peremptory
windows by the thousamds-that's what legislation, the people naturally protest
S nwspperv nI va sshow. against a needless expenditure of a
"Love Is the only power of the hu- large sum of money, especialy when,
amm heart that grows by absolutely by the admission of the administration,
'Kttjaeelf away."- Florda Christian the State is already short of funds.
Sk w-te. "The most recent excuse in, how-
A small investment in advertising in ever, the most ridiculous of all those
your newspaper will bring you returns that have been advanced. There is not
in trade, and give life and tone to your a statesman of democratic faith who
S business. It always revives and stimu- would for a moment tolerate Broward's
latest trade. See our new advertismepta pet hobby, the State Insurance .scheme.
this week. It hasp been turned down by the t egis-
The huntAng season under the lawn, lature as being undemocratic, imprac-
open today, and sportsmen will soon be- tichble and most dangerous to e'stablish
S gin to enjoy the season. All home as i precedent. The Legislaturfe would
sportsmen will comply fully with the mo.t certainly not stultify its iat r,(-J
requirement of law and the others oIrd il at thsamne I imtne la. itself ,open
should he watched and made to (h so. to, te*.t ('5-1e .ri's and ridie'z.le, of ev. ry po-I
S.. - -. -- liti'a'l eeonemfl ist by p's; ingti lw at
Henator 'Park Trammell has made do- a je,,,,mil :' ,ion.
finite announcement as a candidate for ..", all' 4.x'us are, we be-
United Stat,-s Senator, and there are li,,,,,, ',,'?hirg l it.t e'', T' h, (;ov-
now out Senators Mallory for re-elec- e ,r,,- ie.ti ir to hiav, it viili;ttim of
tion, John S. Heard anud himself, with s the ,:rt Ie al ,play,',l ii t he. internall
prolbability of there coming uw t some' rI I,,,0ree rt itoard'.s transactions, atndt
other who heave often been mentlioned 1I. hli, .' the,, report of,, thei't.,nrnitte,
The liist imsu' of the St. 'Peteri'biir of Iiinv(Esli ititon will give harin tlht vin-
Independent, Tourint's rand llonemseck (d.inttion. To'l obtain this 'Itlli-h end
her's Fdition, in thren' actions, wais I nHlay ee' 'i w'lndelerfully imnportiint teo
neat, valuable and interesting newspan- hirn In hii egoitisin, ibut to the peoplent
per and in creditable alike to Editor larKge the expenditure, of :3l,iMN),)f their
Powell and St. I'ete'rsbiiurg, and large money for the purpose would certainly
results ins ure to come fom such Ie -looked ulmn as rank injustice and
advertising and such a newspaper the most consummately high-handedl
arid autocratic procedure which even
Orders for large numbers of extra o u m wn i e ,"
our Napoleon has been guilty ofr'
couple of this newspaper should be put o. t
In a few days before publication day. The unfortunate little occurrence in
While we always. print near one hun- the comptroller's office has been re-
dred copies over extra, we hardly ever peated to us time and again during the
have more than one or two above our weel, and no doubt many expect a sen-
files left on hand. This week we have national write-up of it in this week's is-
had calls for two lots In the hundreds. sue, but not so. While we are often
The True Democrat comes to you called upon to criticize official doings, we
again this week chock full of Interest- do not feel inclined to take up private
log reading matter and attractive ad- affairs, even of our worst opponents,
vertiements. We have put on extra to bring personal mortification to any
S pages until we now give you twelve so one who may be dragged into such con-
,s to give us room for the large, at- dition. The True Democrat, along with
tractive ads, without lessening the every one in the capitol, and at Tails-a
reading matter. It's all interesting, hassee, deploree it that any such action
read it. should have occurred at the State house,
... -and no one blames the good lady who
"Help a fellow mortal along all you was so terribly mortified by it.
can and watch the blues climb from you --~- -
and settle in the skies Little friendly The Woman's National Daily very
treasures laid up above, will as surely truthfully says "the consensus of opin-
bear a valuable interest on the invest- ion is that the American girl who reck-
ment as do those financial acts here be. loely marries a foreign title deserves
low, and fortunate, in deed, be he or what she gets; but does she get all she
she, who lay up their little heavenly deserves." Most Americans think not,
treasures. It make people happy here but then, many of the wealthy ones
and prepare happiness for them in the give their lucre lavishingly for the "old
hereafter. --- hacks," to be ill treated and abused
The whole country feeIs better that after they get the "titlements," which
the financial situation grows brighter their poorer but more sensible American
now every day, and business affairs wil sisters would scorn associating with. It
brighten up all over the country. Flor- is never the best American women who
idlans are fortunate Indeed that no very go erasy over foreign titles, and foreign
serious damage has come to them from ways and affairs.
the great embarrassments all over the Senator Park Trammell has announe-
country, and while it Is true that it has ed for the U. S. Senate. and he will
caused many business men uneasiness porobbly attend the coming out con-
and kept them fearful ot reults, our venton at Oealsa along with the
bankers have held their own, and now "bunch." It may happen that Hon. S.
aII look for better thing to come. Tal- M. Spark will be there, too. and do
lahassee beaks are all in splendid shape,
and our busiams men and people at no some announcing himself. With Sena-
time, have been uneasy as to their has- tor Mallory, Congressman Sparkman,
mn .any trouble through the financial and 8tate Senators Beard and Tram.

o n mell all in the race there Is sure to be
Congressman Frank Clark, always to mne lively running, and they have all
the good, made a splendid prohibition been in ome speedy races before. In
speech at Jacksonville Tuesday evening. uch a raise we pick Mallory for the
The newspaper said "he was at his winner with Sparkman a elose second
best from start to finish, both argue In the Ant primary, and it we were a
tentative and witty." and put out the better, our old shoes would go up o
strongest ples yet for prohibition of the .
liquor traMf ever made in that city. Julius aloman Isnotlttnganygrass
rgtrkow under his feet a a Gaidiat for
Frank Clark always works for the best, i income his ft as a makidte fa
and he Is never a stradler. He voted uood tm it seems, tiom what
and worked for prohibition twenty-five we can learn, as h goes alog. His
years ago, while a citisen of Georgia platform Is c le a le anmd has
as always done so in this Stater and the right to it. R C. was
wil "battl against thi saloon, when- over at the ederat ea last
' everh e po N, sa he Iv",.O week, t4h ki m
it is' h 4_ 100

will come promptly when you
'phone or send to me for them.
I have an efficient force of
workmen, a very complete
equipment, and am prepared
to make repairs on short no-
tice and at the most reason-
able prices.
I am also in a position to
supply you with any needed
plumbing equipment, a n d
would respectfully request
that you call and in pect my
stock of fixtures, and let me
estimate on your needs before
placing a contract for any
thing in the Way of plumbing.
Let me tell you about Haines
Jones A Cadbury Co's well-
known Sanitary Fixtures.
No trouble to talk it over.


R. J.


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Call and look them over.




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Throw0t the entire tate e
ipv atpessed at the faet W h
teFair is tobe hel k teM | ps
from ftbmuary 5th to 2a4d-wb the ,
tourist seaonis at its fulleSt Hll o.
stead of in November. Thedma ofde
tourists will then attend the el., sak.*
ing the number of visitors f omether
8taies ave or ten times larger them that
of former Fairs __....._ _. ,_
tsate, Fairs held in Taapa for three
years past have proved to be grend sue.
cases in every particular, ad peelsal-
ly in attracting homeseekers to veartes
eations of the State. That of Feb have just received their stock of
will be on an infinitely larger andgra-
or scale, however. The attendanceof
homeseekers arid investors will be much
lagrer. A lurve number of countiesand
individuals will be represented in the
various departments of exhibition, ad na
the horse races and other amusementa
will be of a higher class. The directors O
of the Fair will positively allow no at--
traction of a cheap character on the
General satisfaction has been ex-
pressed at the fact that the directors
will not allow the sale of intoxieati
liquors on or near the Fair Grounds, for men Women and children
Directors being unanimously opposed to
such sales. The Tampa City Council,
which has the legal right to prevent s
loons being placed anywhere near the
grounds, stands emphatically with the ll
Directors on this subject. No ill results A ll Sizes A llPrices.
have been reported from the sale of in-
toxicants on the grounds in former .
years, but the Directors, out of defer-
ence to the views of thousands of Flor-
idianas-men, women and children-will,
under no circumstances, countenance
the sale.
Enthused over the prospects for good
to Florida, the railroads have decided to
grant low rates from all sections on ac-
count of the Fair. They will do this in
spite ot the fact that the granting of 4
such rates will affect their tourist busi-
ness. Many promrninnt men are expected --
to attend tI" F.air, including William *** ..**.M* -.
Jennings Rry;in, (;,vernor Hloke Smith, A
of Geori,ia. '(;,,vrnlr .Joseph Folk, of
Missouri, : ;il A D
Every ',i.ii,',, i Floridla should be O U LORLL 3
represent 'l.-
Subsrible- to '1'Th- True Democrat. A R
G AS .0

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-. They are the best thing out in Gas Heating
and can not be beat. *
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that you ean depend on-made
triisd, mtton ita bearing the
of & Co. None just a
at t.he prce-$1L50 to 26.00.

In Kid, Silk and Lisle.
szellent values in Grey Suitings, at 50c
-S e$1.00 and $1.50 per yd.
S Good quality Panama, 36 in. wide, in
teWa, Black Navy, Grey Green and Garneft,
t.,...-.......---.---..--------------........-......0c per yd.
Black, Brown, Navy, Green, Grey, Red,
and Tan, in the prettiest quality you Will p e
In a Broad Cloth, at-....--.-..--$1.00 per yd.

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Brown, Blue and Red Plaid Silk at $1.25
and $1.00 per yd.
Back and Side Combs at 10, 15, 26 and
We have many good values in Mohairn,
Serges, Voile, Cordury, Battiste, Albatrosse,
sad Broad Cloth. If you want White Wool-
ens look at our line.
Black, Brown, Navy and Changeable

Ladies Belts and Hand Bags.

Men's Fancy Vests at $1.00, $1.50, $2 00
$2.50 and $83.00 each.

In the new things.

In Black, Voile, Black Silk, Blue and
Blsak Pnama, Blue and Blak Mohairs, rang.
lag ko pdce from $8.50 to $10.00.
S In Black, Tan, Brown and Castor at $8.50
i$.0L 00, $10.00, 12.00 and $15.00 each.
Brew., Blue Black and White Voile, 40
lahes wide. Per ivrd.................$1.00
Blask, Navy and Garnett Serge, 42 in.
wide ad all wool. A beauty at $1.00 per yd.
Beutiful asaorment of Blue, Brown and
Garnett in neat invisible plaids, 42 inches
wid, t............--------.................... 00
Brow, Navy and Black Panama, 0 in.
wide, elegant quality, at....... 1.00 per yd.
42 inches wide, in Black, Navy, Brown and
Grey is absolutely unmatchable at $1.00 per yd.

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that the

For men. Women and Children, thatean't
be had elsewhere.
Ge Ukmen Kid Gloves, $1.50 and 8$200

Night Day Mantle $8.00, $6.00, $7.50 and
$10.00 each, and

Many other good things


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and make the comparison.





128 South Monroe Street.

Telephone No. 281.

'Nice, quiet room in private family.
lon't want fancy priced place. Furnish
ist of references. Address "E.," care
l6n Hotel. 35-2t.

November 1st,


Dear Friend:
. All flour is made out
|f wheat, but some
eat is better than
thhers; therefore some
lour iq better than
other kinds.
when you get real good
*flour it rises nicely
Sand makes good bread*
I love good bread. We
Mav good -bread at our
house. We make it out
,ot Champion or Sylph
I- Your friend,
P. S. The best flour
re is in this town
Champion ,or Sylph
it oosts $1e00
m--k, and we get it


Ofacers Basy.
During the week Sheriff Langston
and Deputy Gray have been busy, hav-
ing arrested and brought before Judge
Meginniss the following cases :'
For carrying concealed weapons, pis-
tols, razors and knucks, William Mc-
Cormick Daniel Allen and Donk Cham-
bers, all colored, each sentenced four
months to Mr. Rhodes' turpentine
Elisabeth Lilly, larceny, got 60 days
at the camp.
Robert Chatt was given 30 days and
Zach Hart 60 days for vagrancy.
Charlie Hartsfield, who went off with
a horse and buggy, has been brought
back from Georgia to stand trial, and
Wednesday our Leon county officials ar-
rested some Georgia people for aband-
oning an infant on the beach in Wa-
kulla. Sheriff Smith came up and car-
ried all the parties, two men, two wo-
men and a boy, back to Crawfordville
for trial.
LowT, the right mate to nice pair of
Kid Driving Gloves, between Gilmore
& Davis Co.'s store and J. D. Cay's.
Finder will be rewarded by leaving same
at this office. 86.
See those splendid propositions the
Gas Company Is offering you again this
week, in odorless heaters and gas house
coke. 36
Miss Ruby Peoples and Bertha Lowe
are the two latest arrivals at the Col-
lege for Women.
The regular Vesper service, held each
month at the College, will take place
next Sunday afternoon. *
The editor enjoyed a pleasant auto-
mobile ride out on the Lake Hall road
with Fire Chief J. G. Hamlin Monday
afternoon. His is a splendid little car,
he has the management of it well in
hand, and went through the air a hum-
ming, and we enjoyed the outing very
Seats for the first Lyceum Entertain-
ment will be on sale at Burns & Co.'s
next Monday.
Mr. T. P. Strickland brought his ex-
cellent wife and interesting children
back to their comfortable Clinton street
home yesterday, and their friends are
pleased to welcome them home again,
after spending the summer months at
their lamooia plantation home.
Hallowe'en came very inopportunely
this season. There were several par-
ties Fiven, but as Thursday evening
trades so closely on Friday morning,
our day of publication, accounts of te
various hapefge srame in too late for
the current soe. Next week we will
take ~psI in giving all the in-
Mr. J. L. Bal, of Waukulla was in
the looking for a
t r w about oe-
weweblted with M to
Sse b-aesow

Last Sunday evenfg Mr. H. L. Greg-
ory and Miss Annie Shith were mar-
ried. Mr. Gregory is one of, Tallahas-
see's successful merchants and Miss
Smith is a nitece of Mrs. M. C. Butler.
Both are very popular and have hosts
of friends inTallahassee and surround-
ing country. The True Democrat with
them extends congratulations with best
wishes for a long life filled with happi-
nees and prosperity. May each day in
their lives be a sunshine one.
Oderless Gas Heaters are the best
yet. and The Gas Company have them
and guarantee them. 86
Mr. J. V. Cully has returned to his
loved Tallaase home and friends,
where he is so useful n lodge work etc.,
after a very pleasant summer's visit to
his "oldKeatoeky home," relativesand
The Gas Company ves you some-
thing new of interest In the r advertise*
Sepe often these days. Be are
a read their ads. 8
Mr. Fred Hardee and his for*e are
nowbusy clern up and cleaning p
the Hardlee.-Smith drug store, whlch
was temporarily put out of business by
fre some days ago. They will renew,
replenish, and very soon get all things
shipshape-will start out with re-
newed push after business. He was
with us last season with a large, nice
advertisement, and you may look for
him to tell you the good and proper
way to trade with him again soon.
You will never enjoy the true com-
fort of heat in the winter season until
you have tried an Oderless heater. See
the Gas Company's people and talk
with them about it. 86.
Mrs. G. B. Hartt entertained in hon-
or of Misses Louise Clark and Mary
Davis, last eveniur, and Mrs. T. E
Perkins in honor ofMr. Blount M,"ers.
There was also a masked ball given at
the armory by the Misses' Marcus' dan.
cng class, which was a most delightful
and mirth provoking occasion.
. POSTED NOTICas on cloth, printed
quick at The True Democrat Job Offie,
or you might run a Posted Notice in the
advertising eolmnas of the newspaper
Coke is ea- than coal and wood,
and s better than either in several re-
spec. The Gas Company has a sup-
ply Put In an order for a ton or mome
before thrush for it. 86.
Consult ith The Gas Company about
your beater and fuel before the cold
weather comes upon you. 46
The congregations of the several lo-
cal curehearextendinf holpitalufy to
thae b e n the matter of
entertament for the delegates of the
Pe Oe a d, which will eon-
v e a on anda 2thdays of
t*iA ao-th, r-spectfult. It is e
that thls wil be a f ell atne ,
and a aty weloome Is extendedto

For Sale,
White Plimouth Rock Hens, regis-
tered. Apply to C. D. Robinson, Wal-
ter Taylor place. 86-It.
We greet ( itwee nice full
pages of reading matter and live adver-
tisements again this week. Read the
whole newspaper and patronize liber-
ally those who invite you through your
Miss Jefferson Bell, who has been offi-
cial correspondent at Tallahassee for a
number of newspapers, and who held
two or more good paying clerkshipe in
the comptroller's office at the State cap-
ital, has given them all up and departed,
rumor has it, for Gainesville, where she
will reside in the future.
The Postmaster of Gasconade, Mo.,
Daniel A. Rugh, say of DeWitts Kid-
ney and B Pills, "I am doing
well, and improving so fast inhealb
that I cannot say too much for our
Kidney & Bladder Pills. I feel a
new man." DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills are sold by all druggists.
Dr. Goldstein the well known Eye
Specialist ot Tampa, Fla., who has
been in our city for the past week, will
remain until Sunday, November 3d.
If your eyes need treating, or you have
weak or defective eyes, neuralgia or
headache, be sure and see Dr. Gold-
stein and have glasses fitted to them,
which will relieve you instantly. Don't
neglect your children's eyes. Eyes ex-
amined free. Office Bloxham HoteL 86
H. N. Sweeting's handsome stock
has been enlarged by the addition of a
number of fine hand-carved busts of
Italian marble. Call and see them.
Headley's Chocolate Whipped Creams,
very fine. You should just try them.
T. H. Randolph & Son. 35-2t.
Dr. Thomas N. Evans, Dentist, office
up stairs, next to telegraph office.
Phone No. 257. 23-tf
A very fine assortment of fancy Bric-
a-brac-the very latest things to be ob-
tained in the market, at Sweeting's. 34
Now is the time to goand look around
and see what you can get for a present.
Go and see Sweeting who will take
great pleasure in showing you the lat-
est on the market. 34
The weekly newspapers published In
town after town in Florida raises the
same cry : "Houses are needed to give
homes to new settlers." This seems to
open up a wonderful opportunity for
Investors and contractors.--Tampa Tri-
Miss Bertie Daialynski has been
spending several days with her Tatla-
hase friends.
DeWitt's Carbolied Witch Hasel
Salve penetrates the
elesasMs--and l aIs .-
Good for piles. Sold by all ii s.


576 Imperial Octaveo .s. al5 S
perb Engravigs from Photographs tak-
en b Col Bri n.
Recounts his trip around the world
and his visit to all nations. Greatest
book of travel ever written. Most sue-
cessful book of this geeration.
called for in 4 mA; Write us for
sample reports of frst IN agents em-
p ed e people buy it agerly. The
*StIS RIL-Semd faty cents to
cover cost of mailiar and handling. Ad-
.. .M UMO I ....t.a.

700 bushels of choice May Seed Oats
for sale. Apply to, or address
J. C. 0V=rn
86-tf Taldhass., la.
Sweeting has just returned from New
York where he has purchased a larre
line of all kinds of goods for the holli-
days. 84
Chopped hands are quickly cured by
applying Chamberlain's Salve. Price
2 cents at The Tallaassee Drug Co. *
Mr. G. W. Rhodes, of Woodville, is
in the city today and made a pleasant
call at this office.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the
bet pills made. They do not gripe.
Sold by all druggists. *
Game Law Previsleis.
Deer, November 1 to February 1;
quail or partridge and wild turkey No-
vember I to March 1; duck, October 1
to April 1. It is unlawful to kill game
within mn mile of West Palm Beach
and St. Augustine. Clay and Hernando
counties each have special laws. Deer
deer hides, quail or partridges, or wild
turkey cannot be exported from the
country. The sale of any of the above
is prohibited. Non-citizen of the State
must have a hunting license obtained
from the Clerk of Circuit Court in each
county they hunt, which costs $10. and
expires on the first day of March. No
one is allowed to kill in the same year
more than five deer and five wild tur-
keys. The bag limitsfor one day's hunt
must not exceed 20quailsand2 wild tur-
keys by an individual, or 40 quail and
4 wild turkeys, by any number forming
a party. Forty doves is also the limit
for a day'a shoot.
Mr. Wlliam Munro Melntosh is now
asted at Key West, instead f as
former y at T p but still witithe
AnermweHavaes Tobee woeany.


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* Nothin'g can touch'them at the price.
Specialization is the *on why. buy.
nothing but absolutely the best values
In buggy, carriage and wagon harness.
Single Buggy Hamrne, $10.00 to $22.50.
Double Buggy Harness $17.50 to $40.00.

.. .. .. . ....* *... I

Large shipment just received. We
bought from factory going out of business,
at greatly reduced prices, and my custom-
ers get the benefit. A good bridle for $1.oo,
one that ordinarily sells for $1.50.

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My line of parts of harness is com-
plete--saddle, tugs, belly bands, lines, etc.
Everything for the farmer and horse

this section for
you to select

The Famous CHASE and

STROOCK brands, Lap


Horse Blankets, from 75c

to $5.00.


Cor. Clinton and Adams St.



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Are arriving in daily bought at the
right prices and will be sold at a
very small profit. . . . .
Dressers from $5.06 up.
B ed s from $3.00 up.
Stairs from 50cts up.
And other goods in proportion. If
it's furniture you want it will pay
you to get my prices before buying.


J. E. THEUS, ~ropr.



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

Veterinary Phbysician V LiD .
and Sureon. 50 per at"' of yor Shoe liM by hvins
Dental Work a Specialty. 4. R. S. T IINE
Dental Work a Specialy. your Boots ad Shoe. t Cla Work. Satisfacon guarm
OFFICE Also we have in connection withmy shbo lbulnm the
W. D. Pratorlus, Ci Dyi*ad Pioudma. wwrmdo."wk.iv Y'
to trra.lif it O maiiae. toDHLhadNe w daetoNk.
AN'l Director .3423 *sIoSSt Tdq No. ,

Dealers in
A Fine Lot Always on hand
for sale at reasonable


Lleeased Bmbalmer.
OW t Mdt NW1. l7% 163.
My eteam g and preasing business is
now carried on in the up-stairs part of
the CO(sttant k buIiiint, nearly oppo-
Ssite o exprw office. Also sample
Snesof Atak toin "made-to-measure
garefnt s for men' on display.
4-tf W. li. RiAI4AND.



Centrally located near Capitol
and everything the best. .


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