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 29, 1907
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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TaLLAria~ A .FL ORID#, 'fR4Y, NOVEbER 29, I97.

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Good Governmet Honesty la Public Office; B i Justice to All-Special Privleges to None.

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Shmt et of a hot appr =4nd
id w ally bbutm nreult-you
SA IMte for breakfa. I hd
ieImft- raIlway town the nleht
a heavy summer's work
S and aa I umed out
ata latehour,
t shad taken
since i had last asen
I almost Ia nalmnted dre~s
Is cght a goimpe of myself
opposite. The efect
-here was a change with
Instead of% the pale stu-
fme that had looked out at me
ago, I was confronted with
d and bushy visage of a veri-
Crusoe. One look was
Lt Isied my hat and fled.
shop was just across the
ad a I entered the open door,
bt ehurh bell began to ring in
steady tones.
S Sunbrday, is it?" I asked the pro-
Sa Ihanded him my hat. It had
pa gf a ee I had seen a calendar
Thought it possible I had got
In my reckoning.
rSunday ? No, sir. We don't keep
oi the Sabbath," and the worthy
of the shears gave me a took of
rebuke and seventy. However,
-time I had disposed myself com-
in the plush-bound chair, he
Iflsped the situation, and the cor-
-Of hi mouth relaxed.
I see!" he exclaimed. "Why,
SThanksgiving day, and that i
bell for the aervice.;They don't
h of the day in most towns out
I t it's a real red-letter day with
fact, it was a Thanksgiving day
that made our town what it is.
you would lik to hear the
assented readily; it was good to
a new voice, and the subject prom-
to be interesting. The barber se
a pair of chppers, cleared his
,and began :
el, air, it was this way. It is just
ri years ago last spring that our min.
his young wife eamto up from
t. Not much of a place to come
then, sir; the town was forty miles
the railway and looked as if it had
run up late on a Saturday night.
C o ral store, a rough-looking hotel,
blacksmith shop, and about a dozen
wooden shacks-that was about the ex-
=et of it in those days. There wasn't
asuh farming done, and a few cattle
inches comprised the entire settle-
aennt. I was cookie over at the X. Y.
saaeh myself, and used to cut the boys'
air for practice
"We heard that a sky pilot was com.r
Mf our way, but none of us waxed very
9tMnpsa tic over the news. We had
rown pretty careless about religion,
a preacher, to our way of thinking,
t seem to be what the newspaper
soald call 'a long felt want.' Well,
6s day in March the stage arrived
two passengers, the minister ar d
i wife. It was a mighty cold day,
id the reception they got wasn't any
warmer than the weather.
S**I tell you, ,ir, it makes we want to
Iayself even yet to think of the
Swe treated the Anest quple God
made. Old Pete, the stage driver,
South at the Queen's, and there
soul to meet them and bid them
Do you know what Iwould have
Si I had ibe n their astoe that
I would hav haken the dust of
mit-of-the-way hole off my feet and
t* next stare for home; and I
I could have found Scripture wr.-
for it, too.
t our new minister wasn't built
It~ way. He was ure grit, he was,
Shad com up here to stay. His
wife God bl her, was of the
mind, and stay they did. That
summer they got a little shack hut
i, and they held service there
rSUnday until the schoolhouse was
hi the fall. It was pretty heart-
Swork at first, but they were
t cheerful couple you ever aiw.
t have been three months after I
Moved into their house before their
esame-pretty badly battered
ip was, too-yet even tt didn't
them complain. In t, th, 4
't eesm to know how.
* arrival of the furniture, I re-
in caused considerable excite.
Sthe town. You see, there was
the first that had ever come
ment, and we all went up a
Ptilot's to helpunluoed. When Mrs.
caught sight of the organ
awfully fond of musie, and I
flR m t was a prent freeom her4
i) ae just sat down and had a I
AI'. We got the furniture all in-
aI after promising the minister ]
wjife to go up the next eight for
.- we left them as happy as I

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addi three or fourofu
went overto te hool with a shealt o
at buh of trniM and a beg o
potatoes Mrs. McDoul put aus t
work. I tell you that little woman ha
tate sir, sad in half an hour we ha
the pae looking quite feetsa-like. W
moved the organ over from the minis
ter's house, and after bidding Mrs. Mc
Dougall goodnight, went down to th
Queen's or a chat.
"It was a frosty night, and we found
quite a crowd gathered round the big
stove. Our appearance seemed to dis
turb the meeting, and Big Bill, th
blacksmith, commenced to josh us about
the Thankagiving service. Old Pete, th
stage driver, took a more gloomy view
of the situation, and declared that
Thanksgiving service at the end of sucl
a rotten year as we hadjust passe
thro' was nothing less than a crime. Pet
found plenty of supporters, and whei
some one said he had just received wor
that The railway was going to give u
the go-by, and pass through the Ger
man settlement-ten miles to th
north-the cursing, sir, was something
Suddenly, a big man in the corner-hi
had come in on the stage that after
noon-got up and looked out of the win
'Look What's that?' he cried. '/
fire?' We rushed to the door and ii
less time than it takes to tell it, th
room was deserted. As we ran up th
street, some one ahead of us shouted
Fire I re I The minister's shack'
on fire and we raced up the hill a
tight as we could go. About half way
up we overtook Mr. and Mrb. McDou
ll. They had been visiting old Mrs
Greenfel, who was laid up with rheu
We w re too late. The fire had got a
s tart sad within half an hour the
S ebaek was a heap of ashes. We
tried in our awkward way to show ou
sympathy, but though the Pilot's face
was ale and his wife's lip trembled
they thanked us with a smile and sak
they hoped to see us at the service on
the morrow. Then they went off with
Big Bill, who had offered to put them up
for the night.
"There was nothing to be done, so w
all went back to the hotel. It was some
time before any one spoke. but at last
old Pete broke the silence by saying, in
his peculiar drawl: "Well, boys, we
havWbeen talking quite a bit about our
misfortunes to night, but for down-
right, all-fired hard luck, the Pilot hat
us beat to a standstill. And he intends
having his service just the same. I ami
not much up on religion, but if it makes
a man as white as Mr. McD)ougall, I
think it's up to us to support it for al
it's worth.
"'Right you are, Pete,' waid Jones
the general storekeeper, who had joined
us after the fire. 'The Pilot's a mar
of the rightstamp, and it's due to us to
back him up. He said last Sunday thai
the collection to-morrow would be for a
church, but I reckon he needs a house a
great deal worse than we need a church,
and here is $50 to open the list.'
'And here is another $60 to cover
yours said Pete; I just drawed it to-
day from headquatteri, and I don't
think I can get rid of it in any better
'Well that started the ball rolling,
and would you believe it, sir, Inside of
twenty minutes we had $300 ? Then the
stranger, who had been listening quietly
all the tIme, got up and said:
'Gentlemen, not being a resident ol
your town, I suppose I might excuse
myf from utibutng to your fund ;
but the fact is, my conscience won't let
me. I am getting interested in the
place-more ter than you think.
Now, I'll ten yea what I'l do. Get
araed early to-morrow morning, and
ame If ouan't collet some more for
that nd ad I'll double the amount
you raise bef the service.' Now that
was p tty good for a stranger, wasn't
It. sir
"The next morning saw half a dozen
riders sourin the country for subscrip-
tions. At half-aset ten we met at the
Quqen's and found that $260 had been
secured. The stranger was true to his
word. and handed over a check for
1500 Putting the whole amount in the
hands of Mr. Jones, who enclosed it in
an envelope, we started for the service,
us chirpy as a flock of schoolboys.
Mr. McDougall met us at the school.
room door, greeting each one with a
ichearty handshake, and looking as cheer-
ful as if he had never had a stroke of
ad luck in his life. The sermon opened
wrth a Jright Thanksgiving hymn, and
*r. McDougall, at the organ, certainly
made it go with a swing. The Pilot of-
fered up a prayer, and then read a les-
Mn fr Scripture. Then, after another
in hymn, came the sermon, and
the graemoum words Mr. McDougall
poke th day went straight

d L&T LEANy our.c tbtiorn for himself;
s' .tY UIH M mom-'"Lted If he faled to
,' admre you, my friends/tor what
a' Iva gm e.s_- ,_-.. you OhaT dona I admire y S ir,'
w m r i tuni tr to Mr. McDoul what
a doom a5 *UI you have done. a I to xpea
^ It is the humble ephis6t The True MY alreiatno a w .
Dt democrat that Leon oil d easi- A -i wd t a. man.e. NoT legI rwn
_ asold be without a home. Tl'1Nrrow,
* ly earry off th bet har at the tref ou will receive a hek for
A Jacksonville Mid-Winte Exposition, $1000, w I trust you will aseept in
f and we earnetly hope e Board of the samei i*,in 1wihIt Is given.
if Count r t, i 6 Board of YOU wil wonder. my friends, why
to of-ty .la r, o I an utte stranger to your town,
d Trade, the City CIom l amd our entire hould takesuch an interest in your atf
d citizenship wilte th tter up, and fairs. It is easily explained. I like your
e begin to take the neesa y steps for a spirit of enterprise and resource, and
- grand regreentation: what I have heard and seen hese ine
.- An exabt of tIais one ty's resources I came in yesterday afternoon, hba de-
e at the Florida Mid-Winter Exposition cided a certain question in my mind.
in Jacksonville from Jaaury7 15th to You get the railway, not the German
d Arlil 15th, will be one of the bii est settlement. I give you this on good so-
g a.vertieements that could possibly be thority, for I am the new vice-preai-
. given 4o this county. dent.
e Jacksonville is the recognized gate- He sat down, and Mrs. McDougall
it way of Florida. All tourists, entering began to play the doxology. We tried
e the State; pass through Jacksonville, to sing but the song of thanksgivint
w and if an attractive display of our shad- in our hearts was louder than that of
a ed tobacco and farm products of this the lips. I shall never forget it, sir,
h county are on exhibition fr the Palace never. Five years ago It seems like
d of Industry at the Mid-Winter Exposi- yesterday. .1
e tion. attention will be attracted to this "There you are, sir, all shaven and
n section that may result in securing set- shorn! And there goes the second bell.
d tiers and bringing to the" county a What's that, sir? Where's the church ?
s thousand dollars for every dollar invest- Just up the hill, and off to the iivht.
. ed in the county exhibit. If you'll wait a moment, I'll change my
e A GOOD INVarTMENT. coat and go up with you. I wouldn't
g Every member of the Board of Coun-n. miss our Thanksgiving service to shave
ty Commissioners of this couiaty should P"'sdent Roosevelt himself.
e give careful consideration to the invita- ..'^^-.
- tion extended by the Florida Mid-Win. -College Notes.
- ter International Expositioa, to have A new tennis court has been made on
this county represented by an attract- the campus, much to the delight of the
A ive display of stock, dairy and farm lovers of the game.
n products, as well as other resources, in A force of men are busy laying water
e the great Palace of Industry at the Ex- pipes to the site of the new dormitory.
e position, which is to be hea l Jackson- While the actual work on this building
* ville, from January 16th to April 15th, has not yet been begun, the plans and
* 1908. The time to set is abort, and the preparations are being matured, and
* Board should take the matter up at the the commencement of building will not
Y December meeting and decide. An op- be much longer delayed.
- portunity is offered to advertise the ad- The musical contingent of the Col-
. vantages of the county inl manner lege Faculty will be kept pretty busy
- that is sure to bring results. Seeing is for the next few weeks preparing pro-
believing,. and when a visitor to Flori- graim for the three presentments they'
a da once see for himself,what can be have on hand for the public entertain.
e produced in this county, he will not ment. The first of these, the regular
' take long to come here and see the land Vesper Service, will be held on the
r on which the products displayed were afternoon of the first Sunday in Decem-
e raised: When he comes to investigate ber. The next, a special Christmas
iheo sure to invest. The Mij.Winter service, will take place on the after-
Fxposition is the place for an exhibit, noon of the second Sunday, and then,
n as it is the Gateway of Florida. later on, will come the concert which is
h --s -- to follow the last of the Lyceum course
BUSINESS LEAGUE MEETING. of entertainments.
Professor and Mrs. Arthur Williams
e -- have had the pleasure of a visit from
e The regular meeting of the Tallahas- Mr.s. John Watson, an old friend from
t oard of Trade will lTu leFuniak. Mrs. Watson is a promi"-
Ssee Board of Trade will tm. hhi uesdaV, nnt club womAn, and left here to )o to
e next, in the Elks Hall. at s p. in As. the Federhit rii of Wonm-'s ohd, in
some very important matters are to be (;tinesvill,-.
s presented, all membersare ur ,ently re- Death of Mr. John W. Brttton.
s quested to attend. The Hoardl Ihas been Mr .John tritton, for many y",,r .
very active in its effort for the ubuilId- one, of Tallahassee's most hlIyal i oi, n
s ing of Tallahassee, and with the earnest spe co-operation of the citizens, generally, i wo year sgo Mr. hrttown and his
we predict a very bright future for the a married on in- Thomanville (h;;e it
Capital City. There is no reason in the was there that he died on Mondlay, last,
world why Tallahassee should not double and was buried on Tuesday afternoon.
its population in the next ten years. Mr. Britton's health had been failing
for spv.ral months, hnd the end was
t Other towns, with much less advan- not unexpected
tages, are doing it, all over the South. The True Democrat offers a sincere
Why can't we do it. too? We hope our sympathy to the bereaved wife, and
business men and citizens will wake up sons ..
to the fact, and do something Attend Hea. Jefferson Irowae
- the Board of Trade Meeting Tuesday WILL.. NOT ATTEMPT TO INFLUENCE OR
night, and if you are not a member, CONTROLL THE ELECTION OFv MY
join, but come anyway, and give your RUCCESsOR. ,
assistance in thin important work. I will not attempt to influence orcon-
.. trol i. the slightest degree the selection
of my successor. I have none of that

cfan d t eferred to the fire of the the office of governor to a successor to
nIbhto bor. 'But we have our organ' be selected by myself.
he si with smile, 'and that would vILLING VACANCIE IN COUNpeY OeuCew.
have bounst but forour service today.' Analagous to think Is the subject of

the u hOh red us that the colleutte may oteur during my term. o have no
Would be In aid of the church desire to build p a personal rma chine
fund, and aid he hoped he would be by apponti my favorites to office I
able to bui rly in i the pring. He bli in Party organization, and local
trted that all would respond, nd th. self government and pledge you now
amount wou be announced. While we if elected I will ll all vacancies which
an, Jne and Big Bill passed the may occur in county office., upon the
plate ad tha proceeded to count the recommendation of the democratic ex
re ult., which they handed over to the eciutive committee of the county, if no
Pilot at the alae of the hvr n. primary ia called. The same primary
"Mr. MeDolfall cleared his threat, that nominates the Governor will elect
'My r end mid he. I find that the new executive committees in every
collection theIsmwornine a un t 1t 100 county., mn the State, and the people
It ie woldertul-well-navh incredible, who nominate the Governorcn be trust-
Mr. Jones tells me that $105" is for me edito elhlt -xMutive cmmitteel which
to baild a maNe, and that the remain- wlh properlydt represent them.
ing (8 0 is for a church. I can't tell you ... A. g t si l-
how I appreciate your great kindness, We are glad tF getmaain our ol-time ,
but I can't take it, my friencis I said favorite, the Florida School exponent.
the collection to-day would b' for the formerly edited and published at Gaines-
church, and I cannot ge hack on my y!l by t acu courageus
word. The whole sum must a,', for the thinker, irof. Tom McBeath. but now
church, and, thank God. we (a) begin published at Tallahassee under a dif.
building at once fenent management. Prof. A. A. Mur-
"We were struck all of a.hear by this phree, widely known in Florida as head

sudden turn affTairs had tuken. and Big 11 ne stane rd'maie WWoleW F. wY tu
Bill half roe in his seat, as if to p editor and publisher, and F. Yocum
test. He was anticipated, however, by and L. W. luchholz are aMocSpte ed-
the straner, who o to his feet and ito. The number Jet Wvedhigh
oeed the cgaregation. 'My friend, cla in every I 1# 1.
he id, "I want e atulate y- o nt matter i st
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e. Pael NMW oe Iat. wee 3 Sl g 1. .7

CQaaus, NovemberR -Seeneof ate *
people here wer oes"Ped last Ta1 -
day, when Dr. Paul NbtMle ad UB- '
Don Strickland dreve to Tanaman
and we married by tMeNov. L.8.Aat-
tenon, pastor of Trinity M.I. Cheh, ;
The happy event took plsbe at the r-
aonage .and waa witnaed by a
few. Dr. and Mrs. Noble b
night at the Bloxham hotel,
bIck to Chairs' next A. .. lea
the afternoon for Taylor eooat,
the Doctor has dental i
They will later return to
home at Sarasota. Mrs. Noble w
youngest daughter of Mr. and w r ,.
erry Strickland, who have been st-
dents ot Chaires' only for the pat two
years, and is one ofA r beet yWel
women while her husband is not a ..
a fine dentist, but withal a fine C "i :
tian character. He has made 1 *1111
friends since his brief stay I Cha 0
whose only objection to him Is thlatf
has impoverished our community. r
and Mrs. Noble's hosts of M d ''r
wish for them a long life of hapV I
Rev. J. E. Woodward was the fst
of Rev. Smith Hardin, in Mone e
several days last week. ';
Mrs. Burroughs has returned to r S
daughter's, Mrs. D. G. Chaires, for a
visit, before going to her hoam
Starke. Miss Julia Chairem accompanis
her grandmother, Thursday, and o- ;j
turned to her Capital City home.
Mr. Calvin Johnson and Mr. Ceeil Me-
Dermit. of Quincy, visited the former's
brother, here, last Sunday.
Mrs. Snipe' little granddad ,
Sadie, who fll down thesatepsM tK
turned her wrist, isa mprovinm niefr j .,
der the delicate surgical kill of Dr.
The railroad and express auditorawi
here on business, Friday. Mr.
Chaired* has resigned the arency
railroad station, we believe, and Mr.
Boyd is now attending to the office us
til the place s suppliedl.
The last Qarerl Conference for
this circuit was held here Mgnday. :
The day was perfect, ahd a good
croud attended and a bountiful diner
was served on the grounds. Among the
visitors were: Rev. and Mre. Braswell,
Mr and Mrs. B. C. Cromartie, Mrs.
Alford and daughter,, Mrs. Ethel, of .
Lloyd; Mr. Humphries of Waukeenah;
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gramling and Mr.
and Mrs. llutto, of Miccosuk e; Mr. and
Mrs Switzer. Mrs. 1). F. Gramling and
Mrs. E. L.. Hunrine, of Centreville.
We were not surprised at the inter- >
est manifested for it is considered a
great privlhlge to hear Rev. J. Edgar
Wilson. He was at his best as hede-
livered a powerful sermon in behalf qf 4
innocent childhood from the text, "Do
not sin against the child He held up
a clild as being helpless, dependent, beau-

tiful and immortal and in a convincing'
manner he sought to provetn parents
and to those to whom the care of little
ones are entrusted, how they can sin
against them and thus effect k child's
entire life and fix his destiny. It was
tUul a strung and pathetic appeal.
Mr. Wilson's text in the evening was
"Wherefore he is able to save to the
uttermost all that come unto God by
Him, etc.
An interresting business se~sion was
held in the afternoon ani the year's
work closed up with good results. The
Presiding Elder complimented both
pastor and people upon the materfab as
well as the spiritual progress made this
We certainly hope Bihop Golloway
wil not see fit to remove Bro. Wilson
from our district next year for he tru-
ly has our best interest at stake.
A Hasterpice of Romamtic Fictiem.
The next number to be presented by
the Alchaest-Lyceum System in Talla-
hassee, is the Picture Play, Lorns
Done, For the benefit of those who
have never attended this form of en-
tertainment, we quote a paragraph
from the New Orleans Times-Demo-
crat. "Mr. Armstrong (by whom the
play is presented), has found an un-
traveled way of reaching the hearts of
patrons of the dramatic art. He very
cleverly portrays one, two, three or
four characters at once One sees the
story depicted on the canvas, hears the
voice 6f the characters, witnesses the
incident described and gets the foil
benefit of the moral pointed the same
as if a well trained and talented cornm-
piany of the performers was presenting
it. Mr. Armnstrong's performance is
highly satisfactory from every stand-
point. It is edifying, entertaining, in-
structive. It is like reading the book.
seeing the story staged and living
among the people who are desrihslni in
the story, all at the sarmetimn. Dl)ram-
atic picture play' have a future as well
as a mias.ion."

Mr. Armstrong is expected in Talla.
hamsee during the early tof Dooma-
ber. The date wU ea t .

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AR. dPUhtad Ator, swp. the d.ifa.ionD of K:Sg ___cs of%40oL
,- ]laths,"& .5^t t hew shall pns andsiude Lyg J a 5'

B.. C a i.... iste k of".i:ai: * a.a tion sad law,,,. matter how pure the
.... motive or hbw laudable the purpose, or ~we uIhuit-uLa PILLI-bi t -
E. F.Ihaasm.. Weaaes -- thefom, has a m t penicious effect i
. f,, s. 5, a on the minds of the people, for by such Por sale by l druggist.
s s, eme m i h acts they have been edto accept
p m. aDI e llt gre., by the President, and the Jud-
net A- E-- -~---.n ery, upon the rights of the S tates
E Cas Srap-Te ee t Sagaatinac. and such usurpatlons would have never a

By John Bolling, in Preo Bulletin No.,been iqed in laplaud~ed by thet
S Florida Experiment Station : pre b similar acts on the art of
Wheu" you boil down cane juice to well making but misguided Southern
make e syrup, the loss of water stateeny theory of
stem is ot the only change. Some of I shall try in my feeble way to help
the emn sugar is '.hanged by the acid restore the old regime, under which the,-
whh w not form solid sugar in the the polities of the nation, and kept in 1 ic
Sup. ales# large, part of the cane reverence the constitution. ei "'a-e Matd tress.
S aautis cha 'ed in this way, the syr up
wl form solid sugar as it cools. The It's a Crime Made of 46 lbs. of pure cotton
acid in the cane J "uice is very important,

Without the acid very litte of t to neglect your health. The worst g- felt in layer like cut Hi Sizp
S aisaltered. If we are making low constipation/ biliousness or any Edge-Imperl titched-Guar-
e xbn w a y t e e b y S t atq ou a l o f o f &u !i W -e s a w It

ae o b y r )m ie. Butk in m g lIver or bowel trouble to continue. It is snteed in every way the equal of
syrp we ho .leve all the acid. The poisoning your entire system and may the Ostermoor or any other
smo te If the juice fer- lead to a serious chronic disease. Take $15.00 felt mattress, you to be
moe acid the dbe comtter. af lte a hce Ballard's Herbine and get absolutely the judge.
m ts a little and becomes a ttle acid well. The sure cure for any and al Order one' to-day, sleep on it
It ould not nake sugar so well, but troubles of the stomach, liver and how- thirty night., and then if you're
will nake all the better syrup. In mak- els. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co. not absolutely satisfied your mnon- -.
ug L mgar, the more quickly ohe juice this ey will be immediately refuidedt
b d down, the more Sugar we willm ct they have be r to accept

Sget. It i j the opposite with s rup; Notice To T psUnion Weely Sub- without question or quibble
or the slower we boldown, th e thicker berse ONLY $10.00 FREIGHT PREPAID T
we can make the syrup without it su- Distribution of the Times-Unmon will
S gaming in Pr Bulletin No. be in the hands of Mrs. R. l Gorman RHODES-FU/TCH-COLINS
7 HOW FAR TO BOIL. on and after the first day of January.
iTh thicker we make our syrup, the Subscribers who may not receive their FURNIT rE COMPANY
ess likely it is to ferment. So wewant paers just at first, will lease let Mrs. Surro
to gn e te syrup as thick as it can be Gorman know immediate y, so that she JacksOnville Florida.
made without sugaring. Having found may be sure to get the names of allr*
the best point, some means is wanted subscribers on her list. Mrs. Gorman
which we can get syrup of exactly will also hae po veti charge of all other busing
provide. Unled b a hydlargmet part or by a their. Tallahassee, and will be glad to receive e ff T Ere home
mometer. i n FlOrida goodyrp is made subscriptions to same. Call and see her
by boilng the uice until the Bae at the office of The True Democrat. 49 WMade of 4 W T of p KSMITur Sipeotton
hot liquid. If the Japanese cane is be- When the baby is cross and has youth State.p

B eaume. In using the hydrometer some a little Cascasweet, the well-known General Repair Shop.
of the boiling syrup is dipped out in a remedy for babies and children, will Horse Shoeing by an ex- FRA
vessel deep enough to float he hydrom quiet the little one in a short time. The Grade kin-F ch R
enter. The surface of the liquid, when ingredients are printed plainly on the te who h a y the equal of
free from froth, marks the degrees. If bottle. Contains no opiates. Sold by of experience .
SBrix hydrometer s the one used, the all druggists, tem and may the any the
points will be 62 dge e Brix for ordi- The newest, swellest and best min- es
nary cane and 64 degrees for Japanese strel attraction of the coin ic di season isyou to
cane. Some makers o syrup do not boil "J A. C U 'S GREATER NSTRELS" portion o the p blicjudge.
so thick but their syrup ferments more next Wednesday D december 4th, at the patronage s solp on ited
easily. Ayrup boiled to a higher degree Ooera House. This is the "Great Bar- and atisfactlOn guarano
without sugaring. a thermometer and the new title, adopted by Manager teedhirty nSAVANNA, and then if you're
has a scale up to 240 Fahrenheit, it can Coburn, to protect his own and the in- mith Co not lutely yMOND,
be used for syrup making inst of a teres of his patrons from the inferior eav and articur ill
hydrometer. It is dipped nto handle boil- companies who have been misrepreman
i ng liquid, and when the height of the aenting and trading upon his reputation uSarcyl.y by
mercury reaches 221 degrees, this is by titles similar to his old company. An T WO
nearly the same ato f 34 degrees Beaume. entirely new company, new people, new t MHr AV I Surr
When a good syrup has been made and costumes, music, mmediatengs, jokes, vaude- JacksnvilleS Florida
its boiling point noted, any other syrup ville and feature acts The first part
which boils at the same point will have settsg this season is also a departure DIRT ROAD, and YARD
the same thickness. from those of the past, and is the most M MODE
provided by a hydrometer should be used only with colore d light effects, electrical and
YmoReter. in Florida boodaufup is made ubsc t hame. Cand ee herT"TO

n the hot liq the jui ce it floats about 4 calcium, and the enser ule number are State.Agetnt for the THS
degrees Beaumed hiat gh4 der in the cold new, bright and full of otiAon and ac-
h ot liquid. If the Japanese cane is be n. The ain ng is the eo st he has Au stin Road Machinery, State.

maing ube procured through rug stere ver carried with ti or wilany otheraco- Plows, Scraper4, \tTO Roller,
and from most manufacturers of chem- paitny. h wll-known Gnral Rpair Shop.
icals. (1.) Eimer & Amend, 205-211 3d1 Mrs. McCord and MiMs Pearl McCord, Street Sprinklers and readers same
Avenue, New York in their catalogue have returned from a visit to Whighamldren, built and operated by Shoeing before setx-
for 1905, have a eno eaume hydrometer t the ittle one ina. ed for. See him fr further particu-
for syrup, price, 50 cents. (2) Arthur Manhattan Shirts. Wielon Brothers lars or address P. 0 x 2,5 Tallahas-
H.ThomasCo.12thand WalnuthStreets, Shirtf sold by Burns no opiates& ('. Soldy experience.
Philadelphia, in their catalogue for 1 l6, d Mr. W. R. Carter, the editor of sThe e- e...
have a Beume h62 drometer for syrup, I Metropolis, was out driving this morn-

S other catalogue for nd 64 d190,gre have s for Ja Beaumese recovery from so serious an illness.- Me-

x ane. Some makers of yrup c do not boil A new invenion in the Silver epoitortion f the p
ick but their syrup ferments more next Wednsdaye tracembries of lv4th, at the patronage, s sol cited
ea ily. yrup boiled to a higher depre ted on dainty Venetian and Boar- a n ldsaisfC ti0n 1ua n

Sbetter for keeping time you have mi waMinre rend on oof the dainty r-tl n
without sugaring. If a thermometer andk- frot finger work on the a window pane. IMi dor S AVAN A

hai it will just cure itself you are ianvt- Go to Sweetings and see it. 39 .. MOND.
be ued for syrup making instead o We have on hand a large t inferior All work in the a lin.e of
h ydrometer. It is dipped into t er kboil- compan-dried 4-inch fo hoonng and ceiling; repre-

ing liquidh and whetop th caught wi th also 8 and 10 trah finished boards. Toe Roofing, Guttering, Spou
lamercury reaches 221 degrees, this ries will leiar you. Get your order AnDay on N
WhPrie aa good 1.00 per bottle. and cowhale it ts. hild Bros. Lumber in, and Sheet-Metal Work
its boiling point noted, anyh poother sla Tan Shoes for men, solited, and especial care
which boils ae same point w iler womhav e et ng tchildrs s en, carried by Burns taken to please my at-
th"I can't keep the visifrom thosetor from com & o. 40 the most

Siup, ".said the *m boy, dejectedly. Can the Democratic rally at DeFuniak ronI. . . f
Whn I say re out _h3y don't be* Springs Thuraday be called the opening
e me. They say they must ee gun of the campaign ? Beard, Lamar, -
y, < .Te." mt Kehoe, Holloway, Jeff B. Brown, Gil Pllm-n \hAJI 2R
'Well," saki the editor, "just tell christ, Dunn and Shoats were on hand, IlUlII U SpeIltty. D
tbem that's whatthey all say. I don't ready to talk shake hands and ak
eae it you cheek' them, but I must have about the health of men, wives and be- Satisfaction
ie...." .bie..-Jacksonvinle Metropols. ALEX WADDELL
Tha t aftoroon there called at th. Every of Adler's Gluver are war-
Sa lb with hrd features and an ranted. Bue Co. 40 BZKUER.
-49--,onrwaedhtod ote mr
Eh bo td h Mr. W. Me.. W. M. cintosh, mpanied Choice Fresh (Bread
tw er ty a I y other, Mrm Nicholson, is Your Break
Sa" aofw wees in Savannah. the and Rolls every day Your Break
I itsee him," abn Mpr o te d datre MrAil or by.
"N meMAnItwsr'for Sale by the lead-
ut -S e." Price ing Grocers
em t e The I~i T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.. M .
Wiz6J.W. an8d 0s.
OMb- Wa low, M so w.UN AGO. S &0.0.

37,.~ -U,

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Sopchoppy, Florida.

umber, Staves, Slats,

Heading, Shingles.

kery, Ash, Popular in Special

3s and, Length a Specialty.
__ ..._ ._II_______

'unded by the best Hunting and Fishing
"In Florida.
he home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The best Quail and
shooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the

NK W. DUVAL, Manager.


Air Line Railway





Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
formation and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
OYLSTON, JR., Asdistant General Passenger Agent,
Jacksooville, Florida.
I I-

(Sicce-or to A. T. RollMe)

A111 Kinds of Fresh Meat&s
guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
Rind up Phone No. 283.
fast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.

mtoe east la mried LUmb..
le. O. 0.esas e. t
a e m a** *k U e

9 ,



rtaker and Funeral Director

and Embalmer.

Phone No. 4

Tallahassee, Fla.



i- .'

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My .. 77

A single pave in one issue of the
6. MCOLUW' *~t Chicago News cost $1,141.56; in the
N, w Y6rk American, $980.00; in the
IHKED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. New York fHerald, $M69.25; in Collier's
Weekly, $i,0dj.(s;: in the Saturday
s w IMassa Matt"r Marsth SIII, vr.. at Evnin' Post, $1,*o) 00; In the Deline-
Spost Offi:e at TallSahane. lortla. ur,,,.r ator, $1 ,84P ; in the Woman's ome
: 44 at. 1cnreeecd March 8. I7g. C(omlanion, $l,iM).(AJ; in the Youth'
Home Journal, $4,00000. Does this
in Telthone Bilildia,. Irner Adams and not Ko to prove to you that it would be
clntonftreetI. Telelmhone No. isw. a paying investment for your business
-y. . to secure space in your home newspa.
,.* IlU1o0 Per TYear. in Advance. iper. Surely those large advertiser
i. hJ'ptiaJdn Rateon Applecatrtne. would not invest in it so extensively if
S .-r.. a. Appi..ation - t did not pay them good returns.
- - -i. ~
the True Dsemso iw s the I Ofw.pp*fiti, New Teri 14 Prhiebit.
of LA Conty. Associated Press dispatches of the
2th gives the following items; one
t allabasee* Frlay, Nov. 29. 397. from New York, the other from Mont-
gorneiy 'y
2"- Cheered by what they believe to be
Wi the beginning of the greatest temper-
i : ...- ance revival the country has ever seen,
l Whisk advertis rnewnts are iit a reptitl the prohibitionists of Neow York State
In t.I. nw.vpppr any r"'". are planning a crusade to move the
n". w has ,e,,r.r he'lar" ,rir. State into the "dry" column. If Ala.
r... r.... bama and Gelorgia can be turned to
Uve Oak in arranging to have ano her prohibition, why not New York ? they
Lve k rran.into havean y A Stat ticket will be put In the
STeat Coming Out Cfonvention early fi ,d and the. campaign to elect a legis-
December. The more the merrier. lature' which will pass a prohibition law
... .... next year is being planned, and will be
.* Governor liroward wns honored at a;tiv.ely ca;rri,-el on.
the National IDrainage Convention Iby Aiutionrr HIill has been arrested at.
Being elected I'resident of the (Cornmis- lrewtin for -e-lling at an "old horse"'
saio- ol tho sixpreoH company a jug of
k elon, Fle iAke ot the drainage of lit' sae. ,f t, he' '.i company a juK of
whi.key. It is alleged to be1 in viola-
S veorlade. tior of tCti prohibtition laws for the ex-
Florida schooll Ix por.,nt u id.r the. Lrtire l pole, to adopt this method of
Fri Sg.hool egttiixg .,arviej out o(if uncalled for
new managemenrit, is out for (Ictober, (,o''. A i' st of the right to thus r<--
and in greatly irr pro've-d in got-p.-p, and lize on el-rI|I| ,e1tI charges will he
very neatly printed, the Ca;pital I'ub- rnmle.

lishing nlCompany now having intractcdal
to print it. .
Governor I-roward, this week, at-
tendhl t he National l)rainavet ( rionvre,
Meptinr at Ialtfirraire aund wan on Ith
prog rani for it a pee.-h n there )r'irai tr
of the Evervhlile"', a uilivert very rie.:,r

Rev. I. W. Williamson Testifies.
it.v. I \ Willia is ni, Huntington,
W ;., t:-- lll S ,' I foliow : "'This i) to
c'rtiC v t;ia' I have, :i I l. F ley's Kidney
lte'nriilv l' r nrwiv i.-r e, .ian'u tion itmidl
k< liw-y Irillit, "tir l ri r i, nIe to ) ay that
F ,ih 's i F :l 1, I'-r i, d w ill do all Ithatt
', ,iait f,,r i .' I yv ill I)r, -
ri t &


Dr. Thomas M. Evans, Dentist, o-Ae
u, stairs, next to telegraph o031.
'Phone No. 2 6. 28sft.
Great cut In Cut ilass at Sw.tig's;.
ie,.t values ever given in Tallahe.
Sinch bowls from $:.X)0 up. N
llosiry &ad Neckwear smpfeiiths at
popular prices. Burs & Co. 40'
Messrs. J. B. Cromarlie and J. 1H
Fountain woe among our pleasant vie-
itors Tuesday.
A pretty arm encircled by a ba of
gold is a joy to the beholder. See that
your dau hIer's arm has its rightful or-
nament b7 purchasing one of P. T.
Nichleolar lovely bracelets. 40.
Lap Rob1, prettiest in the city at J.
D. Cay'., 40
Messrs. J. B. Cromartie and J. H.
Fountain were among our pleasant via-
itors Tuesday.
FOR SAL. a Scholarship in Stanley's
Busnees College at 40 per cent. discount.
Apply to P. 0. Box 341. 87-4t
Mr. C. E. Holmes, one of the proprfl
etors of the Holmes Drug Co., is spend-
ing several days in the city.
Miss Clifton Byrd left Monday for
Bainbrldge, Ga.. to attend the Wood-
berry-MeTyer marriage, which took
place there on Tuesday.
Rutabaga See'd! Call at Yaeffer-
Bethel Co.'s fr your Itutabaga Seed.
0 24-tf
The ladies who, went from Tallahas-
se, ats delegate, to the Federation of
Women's Clubs, in Gainesville, have re-
turned home. NM1r-. Charles Cay was
complimented biy being appointed a del-
A pretty arm encircled by a band of
gold is a joy to the. beholder. See that
your daughter'., arm has itirrightful or-
narnent by ,purlnaming one of P. T.
Nicholson's lovely bracelets. 40.
Mr. Walter Mel,in has rented the
Pelrkins cottage, on Monroe street, and
will soon begin hi,ousekeeping there.
Mr. A. E. ( dwell, who has been
(ohiiged, on aI'.iti o(if failing health, to
..; .. ... L.I l .^ 1-- 1i .V _ -

to hi, hits .l rt i i. up uhis bu-i I:er' i n Tianaassee,
'TI;dk,, i, ii I, 1; ,* ,io'., i lonu L ft l'ft ''ueidav ('or )ihe er, Colorado. Mr.
The' ie-w i swHpiier < Tn irm ntin 'h.i- ;,.;;e' ; ,.,e l r, .. tIi. aiftenl on the iire'ttini-.,. ,' lIon. Willia'm .1. .iaip I,,te..l. Ih ta-. ;ti ol Sttrook brands, and intends teo imr:,ain somee time in the
Bryan and llh n. l':rkrl Triirniinill. ,..rviv it J1. 1 *; ,'. Ito W est.L
tornal candidlte.s, one of the- hbet irtic- )r. t;e.ore' I'. (;l.,, .Iut ,i' T. M. A new assort 'n.nt of beautiful
leawe have 'ile, in tlie'f e lea i'hleston i mdl Dre!.. r. WV ilie' Si nmons brooches has jut.-t been received by P.
le we hav eew Wein, in uhh irpt an i)d I)a,,,y I';tln,,r, of Mointi,,.llo, T. Nicholson. 'I he patterns are as un-
Evenink News We willpuhblih it r wixt e-r, visit te ';to Tllah;tsMee Moinday common as they arte beautiful. 40.
weok and made' tIh office' a Iple tiant vistt. Everything in Men's Furnisiingscar-
Pretty I'ark Tnrannell, pretty Wmit. l.a R I, '.es $1.: 5I to I:, IH al .1. \). ied by Burn.s &- 'o. 40
J. Brynni and Senator John Ieard i (Cay's Il Mrs. A. C. [Siller, accompanied by
Inot altoget.hernli.idloo ,,kingrmin. MNi. I Mr. I'hilip M. lall, f ,th< edlitorial h*r guest, Mii. amie tth Ltne
lory look ws <)i ol to a hiil lop fi people., nilil a" ,f the 'l'i u -t nin, irI l his wifte I to Quincy (on a visit t, Mi'. S iller's
crt ite' 'stel 'i it an ik ivi .l' 4l.,v w ith their sister, M rs. Thom an .
T', .. L.aid Ilrown ciertoons appl,;r ,.a iilinother. Mrs. Glove'r A. lliall, at Don't make your final arraig'remen-tsI
well ocicaioninmlly What will theI liar- her home in lhi- city for the winter until you have called
est. I.I, I'l>hetct,.r HIorse ill{.iiik t. and I .: I;ol,.' s. ut 1on tMiss Mat Lie W hatle' atl her pop-
Se-,t .~lock to '-'lct fr,, .1. I). (' v's. uli boarding house on Norih Monroe
x- lat t, -'. *;ilt,, H I). W i l-t of M tisiiiont, liel ;at hii' hornri last S lu ieyv. VW,. II. *l.'ge',, i4, oh lleent, ;it- A luiet woeddingstook Iphtae- at the
day, ;2 y VI-ir of ir. Ihe wa4s one o1 tendlint a .hwseni,"i o' Htl. I'rl- ,hvt.r);In Mtttoelist iparonaile on Wrdnesday,
'hi ti oun ti.'li i i, I 'fi-,,f l e'i/i/ol, frttill Slyat-,I lt l5ltll u, ,., ei l .i'icilsu h is lt, itn the ,I t'resence of a i t'vw witnesses,
hilhI count In f,,r .ful c the. ( cvlasion. The ot ow o(t
firelf -a ii'.''i t b i i lite' ) h:'.( i lte' s llith t hti 'I ellh sse ing psi rtit l l re' lr. Noble-s, J Sara-
frior'. ,ll ovt ti. t it who y pI i n ll,1.e a. 1 ,, ,, pr1,, r. I' ,tu, and Din l),ra '-t n klant, of
thize/.,l*e' ply u t l .i l' ;irim l'i .1, Il'" ei,' ;:il ,e, iii i-'r' tl il' uia l d ii t l i;i l ,it'-. i '( ;ti're'
inrl taikl n a;W;aV frlie i tIh n', l e til I li.t tHli sirlln eo'l. I- ,1' :e ,it. li It hlen you want ita t e' jr nite (or
I ,I -|.I l tn I ati li -.ll .1. i, ,, ,l 1 i ni.n1 l ilv ontIit l n w i.t t l ft 1 l'h41 t1 1 :1 -
"A t I 1 i t I' 1 1 '.. -; in t iiiste';.41 ,. i t ,",ilini vikl M.iarbl works,. 1 A \W i in. i.
fel- l *1i,- i 1 1 I e i ;I lul ilic l ,liz li I l 1i, 1 i tk .i 1 '! |'. u-rit It N T he i oli< r i! t i lv occ' l- i
ci' t.' "1 n1 t If lI .t1 4 4 1i ti in t.,. '.l i',. Nit ; i't 1 I ", i 1 \ I I ,.. I. 1 I ,t n ii ;,, AI he .e.i t ,htili ra (l iil l in, lh n at l e r. A pply to
tl ,,v i, I ii e ,,. 1,. i l ( .d i -' i t I ie l e;I-in 'r. i I '. li I .t' a
Hoot,, F.ank( ilarl I.,ft Now 6th, 1107. :;7-t r
hf.irnlt >ha l, 1 , '., .,, ,,i .,t i, ,l tlll eii fI r i i~ s i e' tNAn, eI Florid a hadI ood r .lo s nt at ive-s cn
*fil "1 t l 1,, .: t I' linri l i nirlin ih ;t (, v tit"i 1 11, .. s ,, h p .r.isoinis of R ';. lt e t a iI I' .
alll i.' V kn'I,.l, v. },, ni t h, is ",turVi ('in Rrs i. .i i i ri, re. ils, o ll'i llah ssee, illt the m eiii ting of
leliv : l ,I I i i !r 4 i 1 f 'l,-ts iII<' t ,iIop Ip l io t 11,, I tl llan vcy the (ornm i.-sioners of Agriullture and
hind hn \1 r \ ttl s w" i "ti hlo n 1.11 4 1 r as l ;1; t< i(tural workers held in Colinilia,
t.h, will tAk, pleat r i, .,t i. .alt er .S. C last week. Mr. KRoIs, addressed
S,< i 'r*n;tl ai t, n ,.in,,'svil, thi( convention on the importance of
J. It. u(;i InII. a ,,roi i i. 1 'l l ;le i n, ;ttt,. h I;awt governing the' pi epa;trait i and sale
(of igc, go ( l n p.i l i i I 4 il 1 ti, ef stock feed, anid Mr. olt's on suh-
of K., h ,, ,,,I ,,,l Pneumontia Follows a Cold, tro,,pical agriculture. Mr. Rose wai se-
hours, which le.lth,, I v, 1 ,, N. o if I ht ,vew r tollows the i- ', .q, Foley's l tedll second vice-president of the ais-
Tamlnipi, to rlii ark "M, i,, ,' t, llo.ey aidl Tar It ste ;-, thie iioughli, siiation. -Jacksonville Metropolis,
hardly Ainl it' i not very i.od \-t.;htii l., l is r t l stren igthins t he lunIgr alnd The Postmaster of (;aconade, Mo.,
for checks just nowteittoor. '" hat now Ipre''nvi pneumonia. S.ild l yV al )rug- Daniel A. Rugh, says of DeWitts Kid-
paper then wgave a list of pIrt li-,.. h',.it. ney *l ne d Bladder Pills, "I am doing so
were swindled and the amount teaclh Take Notice! well, and improving so fast in health
that I cannot say too much for our
check called for. This name youth was I hive' purchased the interest of M. Kidney & Bladder Pills. I feel like a
in similar trouble some time since, and 11 lohnsn, Sr., i:. the Leon Dairy new man." DeWitt's Kidney and
him aunt 1pid him oult .Farms, aniwill continue to mana Bladder Pills are sold by all druggists.
Sth business. dealit in fine Jersev *

- Frank Clark don't need to make,
any better speech all over the Second
Congressional Dintrict than he made in
Live Oak Monday night to get all the
votes necessary to secure his renomina-
tion over any adversary who may be in-
duced to take the fleld against him. At
present that adversary in not in sight,
and we suspect that he will be conspic.
uous by his absence all during the canm-
paign. Live Oak Democrat.
Go anid see that s splendid stock of
Hand-painted China Goodt at I'. T
Nicholso's Jewelry Store. l e will
have a splendid stock of all kinds of
nice things for Christman and the holi.
days, at the best prices. :t
Editor Mack, of the iGadlden Times.,
was on a bushiess visit to the city Mon.
day and made us a plousant visit
Each new ad. brings new face' to
your store re-interesta casuall cuN-
tomers." and quickens the interest of
all old patrons.
The newest thing out for making cof.
fee, is the Coffee Percolator Made at
the table with alcohol wickleeA lamp.
Coffee made this way is a most cleanly
;" and delicious beverage. HI. N Sweet.
Ing will show you how It is done. iW
Don't buy a Lap Robe before seeing
my stock, J. D. Ca. 40
-l'> Our friend, Mr. 0. W. Benett, is
Ali..a.w vWI xp~ *I^locae Gaines-

Cows, IPoland China sHOtgs and Choice
l,eon County Butter. Farms located 8
riles northeast of Tallahassee.
MILKPe II. JotiNtoN, JR.,
40-tf I. O Tallahanseee, Florida.
Times-Union. 21th: Yesterday even-
ing, at the handsome Cay home on Riv-
eoride avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Cay Me-
Call entertained a few of the young
married people and a large number of
young society people at a dance which
was greatly enjoyed, the Ipopular young
host and hostess giving each guest a
charming evening. The music was at-
tractive and the large rooms opening
into each other gave plenty of room for
dancing. During an Intermission a de-
licioUa supper was served and greatly
enjoyed. -.
I have junt received a car load of ex-
tra good Kentucky llorses and Mules,
which I am selling at the beat prices.
See me before purchasing.
:19-tf (C. A. SCilOKMAKER.
Tear On Best Cheac
to find out what people all over the
earth are doing; to glean the beet
thoughts of the belt editorial writers ;
to read a core of literary "master-
pieces" on Romance, Art, Religion,
Adventure. Travel, etc., and to laugh
at the huimorous skits o ri 'a
lending comic artista--,Wur V 4Zur

I F0 4 1. *111i. Al

Well selected stock of Lap Robes and
Horse Blankets at J. D. Cay's. 40)
Miss Mamie Snipes of Chaires, has
made a recent vlsit to Tallahassee.
Mr. J. D, Hutchison left Monday for
St. Andrews iay where he will spend
Thanksgiving with his brother.
Fon RKt T I Half of house, furnished
or unfurnished. Apply to this office,
POR RENT 1 2 nice rooms for couples
Address Miss Mattle M. Whatley, North
Monroe street. 89-3t
A few days agoa lady was heard to
say that the first thing she ever saw
about a man was his tie. Then, of
course, the soarpin is scrutinized next.
Nicholson has acarf pins that will bear
scrutiny freme the most exacting wives
and sweetheart. 40.
FoS 8AL I Splendid Buggy Horse
with good qoalitles. J. E. Woodward,
Chaires, Fla. 39-2t
A new assortment of beautiful
brooches has Jut been received by P.
T Nicholon. The patterns are as un-
common as they are beautiful. 40.


The AU11 1
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In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County Florida, in
John W. DeMilly. Complainant. vs. Evelyn M.
DelMilly Defendant.
The above stated mause that Evelyn M. DeMilly
the defendant thertin named a resident of Leon
County. State of Floridae, but that she has been
absent fron her said plas. of resideftce for mom
than sixty days next proooedin the applicatik
for this order of pubiation. filed In the above
cause, ad that her present place of residence so
far as io with the knowledge of complainant is
is Bumhanm. Howell County, Miseori. and that
the mid defeWdam t is under the age of twenty-one
are; it s therore ordered that the said defe l-
ant be and ito heoy required to appear to the b4il
of complaint flied In the said cause on Monday.
the elxth day of January. A. D. Is0, otherwise
the aietlaonu e*f aid bill will be taken as eon-
famed by mad -dfendant.
It is fuster ored that this order bo published
ome a ek for four mon oeutlve weeks in the
Weekly True Democrat. a newspeaer published
In maW Oounty and State.
Tle i th day of November. A. D. IWT.
Clark Circuit Court. Lion County, Florida.
A true copy
Clrkt ofaid Court. 40-4w
maoI a f A dan etrar..
Creditors. hosteses and distributews and all
perene having elalrns or diqo'i ains the oe-
tate of Charlee T. Hamees. d 6eas. late of LaM
County. rids. rew hobe required to prment
the amne within two yards fran the date hereof.
or muek casdms or dmands will be forever barred.
This 7thday of November, A. D. 10 7.
SusAIM A. MaNroca,
AdMbaiatvtrit of the estate of the said 3aMlIes
T. Manesok. doe.d-l 40-ft

The narres anil reidences of the subscribers,
and the amount of capital ftock subscribed for
by each, are as follows:
Sol. Brash. Apalachilola. Florida. 75 shares.
C. G. I'arlin. Crravfrlle. Florida. 75 shares.
J. L. Williams. Talhams. Florida, 50 shares.
40-4t J. L WILLIAI S
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit. Leon County. Florida-In
Ell B. Chairs. Complainant. vs. R. L. t-
tower. Pauline CottrelL Eue ot
Hightower. Harris Hihtower. Mary
Octavia Chaires. Julia Chalres. All Chares
Bietamin ChairsM and John V. Montfewd, Din
I the above stated eaen that Oetavia Chaire.
defendant therein, is a resident df tehe Oy
Taluahame. LoM county. State of F a
that the said defendant ha ba atiett
aild place of reelence aid outsiateA 49
Ploris for more then sxty day net e
thm application for this arder of Pibhl a.
in the above anm. sad that the maId
a mioer under the a of twnty-one
that the oaid def ant I at pImt %r
the city Of t Wim tat w asi eMe do" of.
State of North CaroHlna: It b
that the maid defendant be med is
required to apper t the bill a dm ip t 1
the sad ama on Mondty. the slxs dah & a
m. A- D. IOM. otherwise the
ul 1 beo taken as- eesfeod by
It is further corderd tha thia Z e-r be
tihed one. a wskm for fouewr emoneftm o
hte Weekly Truea S st"a 9 a 8es*s *
Inaid county adti
lhp 26th day of Novemb, A. D. 1W;
Carkh Circuit -oge.
A true cpy. I

Woma T. Om cwek


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_*.7- Swa i ws .Now ti, of hitelbmi Ai

e itte people of the r t
corneeted with the publie have _
bee very busy, lately, pw for T8 UND Uat igu C ARD
ther Thankagiving exercie k h Ir its aILyyS ft man
of their labor were to be sn in the Govir ofthestat d loPaA.
pretty decorations which adomed the'r do_ %Poi b eIcc^
*all, of their room. Festoons of a su-2ouwwitt e ollnAresl ,.t
tUaM laveS, cut by patient Uttle611- 11tie. which they have aispti s L gwe5Sd
m L from red and yellow bpapr, hun "h*art'r.
fro= side to aide in grace and bri L
last curves, and freizes of turkeys l L j
squirrels, fruits and flowers wereraf!_
oumnd thelwalls. These, also, were made ... -. .. ... .._
bythechildren. Theprogmn wasvaried PROPOED CHARTER OF TE BACO
sad well carried out. Th children dd CORPORATION O LBON OUNTT.
justiee to their instructor and those h.- The undels i d ir...,.,.a-t...e- e*
ly seoyad themselves, as did also ter t '11 or tha tf
grown-up audience di n pr41 eib. by theU O l kstteM
Miss MeConnell, the teacher, and Miss Stat sd the Acta of the Lem"wlstsf
El abtth Tatum, the musiteian, spared aot the follow pad theater
so pains to make the occasion one of -1-
success and enjoyment. The Mne f this raeortn shti be The -
Prgam. Morning Greetin Good base Corportion or L County, and t..
Morm To You. Song-Twinkle Twin. nw shall be eonduetfd In the i State .
kIo, Little Star. ThanksgivingoPr c* ad s o r oun, tries, tM wm
8ong-Our Squirrel. Game--Chlek eaey ior eonnvti The prieil oaee
Song-Wind the Clock. Game-Ponies. ; tio" shall be in Tu LeoS County,
Song-Come, Little Leaves. Skip and
Tar. Claps. Song-Shoemaker. Son. -
The Blacksmith Irregular Skipl. The grenral nature of the business to be tras.
Thanksgiving Song- Pick the Apples. actedby the Mid corppesti is that of pleantIg.
Game--Mulberry Bush. Grand March. etmvat t r)win ,* podun I cur ng
The following children were in the leaf tobacco, and all other farm products' e.
circle: atrueting buildings buying. leasing and Jdir-
Edward Rot, Anna Jane Anderson, wwie acuiring., selling, letting and otherwise Ito-
Edward Rose, Anna Jane AnnJ erson, posng, of structures for shading fobsace~o
Irma Sauls, Annette Ball, James Ball, suitable buildings. including warehouse ad
Elizabeth Byl. Pauline Atkinson, Ev- packinghousesforcuring, handlingand prepi
erette Dash, Wllm Dash, Hattie May inr for market loaf tobacco and all other farm
erette ah, William ah, atte May products, am well an merchtandde of aa, and
McDermett, I.nnie Blackburn, Bessie every kind and character, and Maw and nasl. buy
Blackburn, In' z Sau'.s. Weda Tram- and tuell lumber and other building material; to
mell, Henry ', -ner, Ivan Monroe, Mar- raise, buy and sell live stock of all kinds: bor-
Srowing and lending money, with or without s-
garet Strange. i eonard Marshall,Chris- curety; isuing and selling binds and other ne-
tine Banks, FIr..nk Evans, Ruby Proc. tiable instruments; buying and leasing or ather-
tar, Mildrel irbe, Holmes Brownx wite acqluiring and holding real estate; slltnewnd
tor, Mildred rbe, Holmes Brown, veyin real etate: owning and operation aw
Onnita Munro, millp; cutting. wawing and manufacturing lumber
e o c. for all and an purpose whatsoever, and coedcllt-
St. AugustinelRen and Tobacco. ing a general mercantile business: and to build
'The Florida M'umttra Leaf Tobacco buy, ell, nianage, own. control, hire, charter and
The Floridar m r Leaf oaco ,opornte v. ev;-, tIramway.4, crir or other vehicles.
and Stock Farns, of Leon county has automobiles and other means of transportation
been organize, with G(enerl J.1. C R. for the tranntiortati'mt of passengers or other
W A Mc il* products 10propelIy held. controllied, owned; pro
Foster presit nt, W A. McWilliams lrr'lurt.eII roporyihht ntroll, owned;pro-
oter prisi. r, W Aliams du. or munrifacturtel by .aiil corporation, or
vice-president and H, Clay Crawford, other pevnA or eororationi in connection with
secretary aidl rea.iurer. "he company the ibusiv,-"- of this corioration. To borrow
will engage in t!he culture of cigarwrap- mroney anid .vcur,, those ame. and money other-
Wl wise owinv., by ,il..!4, mortwagi,.s. notes or other
per tobacco aril stock raising. obli-ation, the,.rf ,,; mnake contracts between
T e t'cotlnpani. ha issued a prospectus ilndivAiilal- or cori-oratintis for the furtherance of
and will place stock on the market. Ac- it Iorp,,-, s *or Iusinr.*.-, and generally toexer-
r '-.e ich .fw'r-t ;a rnzt bi' l rcoa.Ary or convenl-
cording to the statt'rnuni of the officers nt t I),n r,,...-- ,,r i.-in..-ts of this corpora-
this is the tirst company to place stock tion; a,,l to htvy, i'. ve'r i and enjoy all the
of this character on the market. As righ., j '.ers a ll Iiriri.' incident to corpor(-
tion, fo,,r i-ofit, organnzil andl existing under and
Leon county i the Sumatra leaf belt by virt,-e,,I the lawieof the'stateof Florida.
and there is a ready demand for all that
can be produced, at very profitable
prices it would seem that the new con-The amount of the capital stock of thiscorpora-
pries t wuh ee tat t nation shall tie forty thousand dollars ($40.000.00). to
pany has a sure thing. be divided into four hundred (400) shares of the
A review and history of tobacco cul- par value of one 4atindred dollars (sloo.). each.
ture in Florida is given in a pros ec- Ali'orsany part of the capital otock of this corpo-
tu, showingthat Florida engage in raton aybe ayable n property, labor or.
t h w n ta ri e". at jilit valuittion to be fix(id by the in.
this industry extensively before the cori-,naut.4. (or by the dir-.vtors, at a meeting
Civil war. Gadsden and Leon counties 'altled fur tl,.. Iurpo.e. i'r.opirty. labor or er-
are featured as the tobacco centers and lt y M n l a-e,lr paid for with cap-
the success of the growers of that sc- lalor or <, i*e.., t,< I, t,., I I,y the directors of
tion is given, as well as the methods of the corpir', on at t o..,1,' n'call.,l for the pur-
culture, pos .
The new concern proposes to grow
Sumatra leaf under shade, or shods. Th, -i"rtti,,r ... a -ll i p..ripetualiy, u pro-
They have secured 1, 0) acres of land 'iil-, lii.
in the most desirable section of Leon
county and hold options on much larg- 'lhoen i,- ..f i 1- <,ir,,nairin shnll be con.
er tracts. Stock rising w ill hb an- ,,,, 'o*, i1 '% an v, e. .a ,' ,*,t" t re, drerc
other feature of the o(,rnpai ny, .s tl',ndid tir .4 ., ,,.1 ,1Int,: as may
Grazing lands have lijcn secueelI, with fi,,rn tit-.. t, I ',e. I, n I ;ii,, r ntIi. The
a bunilance of stall ltkes, givin a wa- ,i, -,, :,f 'I . .,. fi, the, tirw t
tur .supply that is inexhaustil)e rh,. t. n f r.ria i,,,,. at ,i..','tw4 ,o f the
t' k i llV I n ca( itali7<,-d }tl $S. ,Ir1,. th r .. ., i . .. n.. ty. Florida,
sto k being dividtil iinto. isi> shares aied "14, il I .'h, ,,0 , f',. aind
l.vidl at lo i per -r, ,, ,.t ,,; ,,, ,,r o ,,. ,frl.,ration.
.h udtlg t til; tl ri-' r spe tu.- t h'. pro- I' "o ', 'l. l l l .1 ,l ,,n thefirst have carefully studied their .on- Min"1 ., ,I,' *n iti. t a-l after.
I1l.-r si.*e a and a I1 ill a position to i o ,i'" i.., :t .,,i, .r Ir i ti., v siliall be
|; ('ert ;it' inform action to the slirhte'st .,., I llt. ,i f t i .ikhi,',l r ,of .sa.i cor'u ,-ra.
de .t. A isu-.,til e ireciordl ,. .-i 1 t .' '. -a-! i ....'*,r'. ret lh .'r m .ic t-
f* I 1 ',l .... i --.. .. hal I e ct ar inu-
1 1 r, -. .t' :,i iii i,-ir r a ti 'l n-
T h ,re, is nothing letter for t.i: ,Lir h ...:.. r.. ,; .- i,'i ,. i,.,' ,,,,', .aii .a itentmam.
troulblt's tl.han KOI)(1)I., which containiiis n t, ii, 'i. I, A. Allr <,ff1Tin 4 hall
the same' j ices to'i l in a healthy sltin it r i .i ..i.. .t t .til their siAreer't
l, r < >tlit 1 i fi l *, ,, .t,', *I .11 *I 'a,?o 'i i Any two of said
itch. K (I)Ol, i otff red on a glniaran- ,* rlo i1. .''! l.hy ,,,.i- ., r. ton The name of
teed plan for the relit f of heart huri, tI ti.' r wh, u, i a t, i',, I'itc t he Iusmine's of
flatulence, sotir stomach. |'elching of slti 1.,,,,t,1 ulitil th--. h.,('lI nt theflinrt
1. "., t,,, i f..v,'" !>',1 .| :it b ,' u aiI li(e| < sh all be :
gan, nausea, and all stomach troubles .s,,i lish' i'r,.ie .hat.
o at times when you don't feel just ~. G .Iarin, s.-i r'iiiy na,,Irre' Tr',a jrr.
right, when youiare drowsy after niea's Ii. A %1' Ilmi -n.-. ti-,.tl
and your head ahes or wnen you have ,',I'h, C'.. I', lPat,, andu J. L. williams,
no ambition, and you are cross and ir- ltlr lIr,.ti
ritable, take a little KO)DOl.. It di-
gests what you eat. It will make you The hethest aii.-,,nt of inlehtdneess or liability
healthy. Sold by all druggists. t" which th-' i,?',iirirqtion may at any time sub-
S.. .... j)'*t iltielf -all t- forty thousand dollar
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Jamera tand tnmad- fwe r

Sthe Did cororation Is I
gI~tI. oUlthvating. I& ay I the Circuit-Court f F tlor da Second
Tbac ondltng leaf tbs
be Vwduue VWve a ceap atll, which a
there farm products: oatmb ofyolen Chancery. were
t trtureve for shading ty or oon- Matil Robon. Defend, Divore.
S proninletp a noseoramid o r- On Thudrllr, ofe lat wek Ut *ldet
b e ildnr, including war- ot ofr. been madeMrs. to app by ten-
S g house for cu tertaffidavit of the ofhinant, Alriends
Apr ng for maret, af obon, that the residence o f the wae-
merl nature of the burines to here i no person n the rthday.te o
et by the maid corporation is dave pon
and other building material: wouIn thebind the Court o Fldefordant, second
buy and ndll live tocofallthe Judicial Circuit, Lon County, Ine of
other farns products: constructing Chancery.
Sing nd lending moandey, with tw Alexandr Robne years, it is theon Complanante orderedvs.
Stof tructuresy; or shading tob and selling thMatilda Robinaon. Defendant, Divorce.
San notable buinoldingse Includints war- It having breuin madred to appear by the
S and packing houses oth for curi. affidavit of the complalinnt's b infant Alexander
and preparing for market, leaf Robinsonday, that the re day de of anuary, the de-. D.
and all other farm products, as fendant, Matilds Robinson, la unknown,
S .ng rw erhandle: of any and every kind that there is no person pubn the d tate o
S w mill: td aw and make, buy and Florida the subpoena being se w rved uks pon "The
hu and other bfillding materials: would bnd the a d defendants and that
S l e, buyr. and cnduell live stock of all the Cityd defendant to over he aid e of
t borrowing and to nd ld money, with twentyone yar, it la therefore ordered
or wttet security; tswnn and selling hr that the defendanton ounatildy, Robinsaon, b
lble and other nmdotlnhle Instruments: and the hereby required to appear ar to
0 and leasing or otherwise nauilringr the complainant's bill of complaint, on
t Adinst real ton f t: r tth t uellinrtet nd Monday, the day of January A. D.
Levying rfnl optitte: owning and oner- 1908; and that this order be published once
smiSWg 1aw mlll1: nttill nnftwingr and man- a week for eight auccessive weeks in "The
engera lr uothr rl And anv or rope True Democrat,)" newspaper publlhed
he, ver. and conducting general d r In the City of Tallahassee In Afd County
e buni: nnd to hulnd. or there A. se A trlle ond tate.
a e, own. control. hire. charter nd Witwith Henry T. Felke. Clerk of the
te vuss of this eormwnvn. rt or oth Circuit court of Leon County, Florida, and
TVltle mona 'mod sele nd other nmean of the ,iI thereof, this October A. D. 1907,
iwaioortaon for tho tran on rttion of the 28th day.
rea. noters r oth r ntorproperty (eal) HENRY T. ELKL

tjmslrP vontrol! tC hrtwean JnrAforesaids .r
IVeM. otr ll"d. owned. produced or manu- Clerk as Atoreaid.
elftutifld hv m rormntin. or other per- Attrue copy. Attest:

pose or busrcineses and enerilly to ner-
Sor cornt t th n c ert on with HNRY T. FELKL, Clerk.
ofth bunr of thi ooortton, en to h To. r. -8we
," mono 'nd cure the rnite. -er an d P h t ri-
ImlterV othorwilo owing hv dt-o. mort-
Ilate not~' or other olignttins thorfor:t
tn orlanki d on(dt-a htsio n in-,tInr u ad ho vir-
tue of tha e l w nfor the firtherntp of lorid.r-
poses or buolnme-em. and rener:Mv to xover-
elso ouch pnwerq OaR maV h norppoirv or
'rhnven amnt to the puit'l ow or hulinexf the
of thio corporation. s nd ll to hirt .. e snd
and enjoy al! the rights. nowirs rnd nrlv-
Ile' ( el nt0) Dlro er to re tionvord nrd ft
ornt ed hur ndd pxiftfne nhrldr nnd hv vir-
i tue of the ILnw uf the Rtnto of Florldn.
T'ITe Pniornnt of the ennitIl took of this
corporntlon Bhll be Thirtv Thousand
(W<,00).00) Dolltir. to he divided into
three hundred c3i)) shares of the par r ^ P I1 B
value of One Hiundrp 4O2100.00) rollarx Alfk PLUM BERS
each. All or anvy p.rt of the capital qtoek
of this conroratlon mayv be paveble n
property, labour or services At a just vain-
action to be fixed by the Ineormrstors. or
by the dire'-tors ait a moti r -illed for the
purpose. ''v. labor or sfrvice-s mv
also bhe purehs..od or ri-i for with ,enpit.i will come promptly when you
-stock nit ri.nt ; luitinor, of qich nrn orrtv 'phone or send to me for them.
labor or ...rvil ,-., to ie fixed by the rirpee-
tors of th,.. -t ed for inI pur,,,,.. t I have an efficient force of
ARTICLE rv. workmen, a very complete
Thins c'-r,.,ithin shll exist lperpetunlly, equipment, and am prepared
as provid d ihy law.
rTCmLK v. to make repairs on short no-
The nbuin's, of this corporation shall tice and at the most reason-
be 1 1.v 11 i'rehident, a Vice-Pres- 1 e
dent, a . r,-t(r, a.nd Treasurer, a Board able prices.
of thre.. Dir.. tors and such other officers
and agents as m y from time to time be I am also in a position to
elected or ult ,jtidl. The stockholders shall
meet on Monday, the 16thday of December, supply you with any needed
A. D. 1907, for Ilte trrst meeting of said oor- plumbing equipment, a n d
poration, at the offices of the corporation
In / radforadvjo, Lwrn County, Florida. at would respectfully request
ton o'clock ni. in.. for the purpose of adopt- that you call and in-pect my
In lg by-laws, holding the election of officers you
Sand cornmlt.ting the organization of this stock of fixtures, and let me
corporation. The stockholders shall meet estimate on your
annually on the fnirt Monday in September estimate on your needs before
of each n"rt r'-fter unless otherwise placing a contract for any
'determinedIt:.hy-laws. At this an In te o
SpuSt etockhC.,, is meeting there shall be thing in the way of plumbing.
, elected three k' the stockholders of mid Let me tell you about Haines
Corporation a as :Irctore. and said Direct-
or' at their me.-ting, to be held on the Jones & Cadbury Co's well
mame day, shall 'lect annually a President.
Vice-Prsildon' cretary and Treasurer, known Sanitary xtures.
.and such oth. r officers and agents as the
, -orporation rnv authorhie. All officers NO troubleto talk it over.
ihal bold their r-spectlveofficesa untlltheir t t
saooueors ar- .1 dly elected and qualified.
Any two of offices except that of PHONE 80.
PresMdent and t,,.-Presadent, may be held *
by one pereo f he names of the officer E
i who are to <.(d lct the business of sald R J P H I L L I P S .
erporatIon rtil those elected at the rat ** *
reaction, afores',-., shall be qualified, shall _______
be Mbreton Murray. President; M. L. __
Hoover, Vice-President; and C. 0. Mur- -
Fay, Secretary and Treasurer; L. Moreton
Murray, C. (. Murray and M. L. Hoover. .
Th hghcest amount of Indebtednessa or
lIabUlty to which this Incorporation may
at any time subnhject itself shall be Thirty
Thousand <530o00000) Dollars.
The name and residence of the *ub-
bers and the amount of capital stock
tacribed for by each. are as follows:
Mon-.on Murry, Daytona, Fla.. 100
v; C. 0. 0Murrav r. DJlkton. F.. 60 har. sharsll.
*M 1H-ov Lt of Volugie. n
A hereby re.rttfv that on this day pwr-
rly Bpe~rc.i bN-fore me. n Notary I h-
m ba fow the Stat" of Florida at lare.
Moreton Mcrra>y. C' 0. Murray and J 00 I
rHoover. to rnt wll known and known

e to be the -rPina desrlibed In and
stbcrIhbd their namem to the for- a
Artle" of Ineorporatilon as oeInr- ant
of the lirndfordville Tobtmco
ny. nd s. evr.-tily aPkrnowledgvd I-
ime that thev "iubcrribed their names
for. h u.o. ,atid purpn a therein OCO
e iktSs whare.f t t.n?'e hurunto sot '/e
nO :i .1 thins 6th day of
S&wee. D k a,,:. d y . .
Notary Publice. -Iipmf ie ^'

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October the Sixteenth.

Miss AdelelGerard,
149 N. Munroe St.



Fancy Work Material a Specialty

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Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.

Contracotrs and Builders.

A Specialty of Kiln Dried Lumber of
all kinds. -

Mill Work Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch
columns, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments
and turned and scroll work of every description. Brick,
Lime and Cement for sale.
All orders will receive pronm)t attention. We guarantee
our work to be first class in every particular. Prices

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y bors, after which they soberea up and
their equilibrium. Tampa
It a tn needs seem, from the abovo
: that even the turkeys of Hillsboroogh
S county need prohibition.
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Des's Pay rAlumnay
to be divorced from your appendix.
There will be no occasion for it if you
keep your bowels regular with Dr.
King's New Life Mills. Their action is
so gentle that the appewdix never has
eause to make the least complaint. 25ec
at all druggists. Try them.
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Print much and you will prosper.
The Gainesville Sun finds consolation
in the financial situation as follows:
"It may be worth all it eost-thefl-
nancial stringency hax closed a big
grsphophunc fa't-ry."
A few dlayM ago a lady was heard to
say that the. first thing .hd ever saw
about a man was his tie. Then, of
course, the wcarf pin in scrutiniz.ednext.
Nicholno, has scarf pins that will bear
scrutiny from the most exactlrin of
wivem and sweethearts. 40.
Mrs. Dora Hopkins, of Fernandina,
I. making a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Phelps
Warden Wilson. This is the first time
in many yearn that Mrs. Hopkins has
visited her old home, and her many
warm friends are delighted to have her
among them again.
DeWitt's Carboli1ed Witch Hazel
Halve penetrates thepore -thoroughly
cleaners -and is hhing and soothing.
Good for piles. Hold by all druggists.

Discharge Netice.
ma Mth aflwe the date of the first publleatlon, I will present my final armeunts to the
uMnty Judo:at Lmo rn'ty, Vlrida. and apply
fur my medicare mas Adminittrator of the estate
of Nurey Whaley.
TalthaM.d, Ila|.. Oct. a1 19ee

f' e6a,.40r0 41fee, A*re. NO *0SAee*

Adams, Appee. Tayor County. Deo-
UWsHCD Xv y sy moAY ONo. murrer ove sled and order thereion a- Ot I
.... rmed. eos by Jufs Parkhill. w
eMwrk Tetorsy N Na* I Henry ji. Clft0, Ator of aO
gome days ago Mess. Crenshaw the Estate of William H. Clifton, de- ger,
Raoers had several crates of soured ceaed, A p at, vs. W. H. Clifton and cUr4
an d sent them to the country to Annie C. lfto, Appeloes. Volusia 1
the big gobbles. The turkeysate County. Deeree of owvr court re-
the fruit Clth avidity and in a few ver.ed Decision by Judge Taylor. *a
minutes It d rdiscernb that they had Walter L Parker, A. H. Trner, B. aft
II bseo iIntxiadested. The sour Juice W. Waters Vdward J. DeVsne and n*YI
of the lpied grape inoculated their Tbomas L. Haekne, contitutin Board for
yastm r amn as "booze" affects the of County Commlsionnr of Hillbor- Y
lowr Oprfr of those who i.bloe of owtyd John S. Mcrall,Ta p
tafn Mr. Jon C. Crenshaw it au- Collector Ht boroah CoIaty, l.,
ut Xthe statement that within Appellants, vs. The Evening Nw Pub- 9
df a after the turkeys had do- lisl: Co a eorporatio, A ,ppl .
i pe they presnt a mot Order appealed fro reversed. Dec l.
aspect. The big gobblers gte by oe Whitfield. M
were otttiag around and in their na- H.W. M Co, a corporation, Ap-
tive tafoue telling the hens what a pellnt, vs. W. E. M artin, a Tax Co-
feat they had enjoyed, while the lady lector of Orange County, l., Appel I
torfep were equally as jubilant and Drwee dismising Bill of Complat d.
vifam-@. They remained under the framed. Decision by Jute Whitflkld.
141m.. Sof grape wine for several Alexander D. MeKitnon Appellant, Ti

vs. Beth Johnsonm, as M a tor of highest trade goods. J urs & Co. 41
Appelltatee. Jaof P. Jt Decree ComA into the home news am with
Amed. Decision given by Judge Whit- an advertisement, as a numb of your
Dompe titors are doing, and seewalhe th
f. .i result will be. You know, you feel
Strayed Cow. within your conscience, that you should
I have taken up at my place twohave an advertisement in yoW home
I have taken up at my place two paper.
strange cows-one a white pided cow, new laper.
star in face, marked crop and underbit Horse Blankets, 75c to $6.00 at J. D.
in right ear two splits in left. The Cay's. 40
other a small brown jersey heifer with Mr. B. M Harrington, of Selma, for-
young calf with her, no mark Owner merely on the editorial staff of the Flor.
is notified to come and get same and da Citizen, is in the city on business,
pay cont of keepingor they will t1W ad- and made a pleasant series of calls at
vertised and sold. On Quincy road 5 the True Dernoerat office.
rnile, from city. Have you seen those handsome Bath
:9-4t NOKMAN .JoiNs,N Robes for men at Hurns & Co's ? 40
Printed Stationary in bulk will c'oe Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Burns are pre-
cheawr than buyinK blarik paper in I paring to y.. to housekeeping in the
hmal lot. haTry it.n blank aouse just vacated by Mr. A. E. Col-
fliding money in old socks i rnot h ing the country or the m;an who Idoes $100 Reward, $I0.
the hoarding,.-Miami M.etro. No, The ref thi paper will be
go put it in a bank, The radfrs of thi paper will be
Leave your order for Wint-r Suit with pleased to learn that there is at least
Iurns & Co. 'lt guaranteed. 'o one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
Tuesday'sTimem-Union personal con- that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
tained the following : Miss Na.omi Foz- the only positive cure now known to the
zard will go to Tallahassee to spend medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
Christmas with her cousins at the Gov- constitutional disease requires a consti-
ernor's mansion. tutional treatment. Hall' Catarrh Cure
A pretty arm encircled by a hand of is taken internally, acting direct upon
gold is a joy to the beholder See that the blood and mucous surfaces of the
your daughter's arm has its rightful or- system, thereby destroying the founda-
nament by purchasing one of P. T. tion of the disease, and giving the pa-
Nicholson s lovely bracelets. 40. tint strength by building up the consti-
Tallahassee merchants are now either tution and assisting nature in doing its
opened up, or are arranging to open up work. The proprietors have so much
toe Christmas and holiday goods, and faith in its curative powers that they
its not the least too soon to befin to offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
lyvetjem liberally for the Chriatmas that it fails to cure. Send for list of
trade testimonials.
.^..- Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
Netice. ledo. Ohio.
John Jones, colored, the husband of Sold by all druggists, 75c. Aug. 16-tf.
Little Jones, who was Little Williams, I .___ _
she being five feet and two inches high, See1 Oats.
bright complexion, desires to know her 700 bushels of choice May Seed Oats
whereabouts. Information will be much for sale. Apply to, or address
appreciated by JOHN JONES, J. C. COVER,
*39-lm Tallahassee, Fla. 36-tf Tallahassee, Fla.

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VkW. This isboth
=M_ tid Foley's f
idI taked t the fh t,
as it corrects l
,l many old men of Mr.
neBamett, Rock ort, M. t :
ewd wilk an
id and kidney troubleor Rmtd
tr taking two bottles of r
Roemdy I feel better have
twenty years, although I a w1
r oldm Sold by aDruflag. *
gZs aek Fenn is proud aftsinee
nW y which wa seot to bmy
* unknown lady friend, and03qA It.
than through t papqr.
r. L G. Mack, editor of tkgWms.
ka mews, was a weleomealler at
#W Ulast week. He Io ti proud
arf the Mack Brothers eo are
so decided a suceeal of the
eden county Times at Quln*.
nkml, Dress Suit Casesm ad Bag.

WalKer Q. BlackI

A full Line of

Ladies Silk Undershirts

We have the

IrwingD Drew Easy Shoe

For Ladies.


*& Can You Afford to

I take this opportunity of thanking my many patrons and

friends for their past patronage, as this year, so far, has been

the best since I have been in Tallahassee, and hope for a continu-

ance of the same.

With an elegant, up-to-date, and the largest stock to select

from, with prompt and careful attention to business, hope for a

further continuance of your patronage.

Again thanking you.


The Leading Jeweler of Middle Florida.



be without Advertising?-


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saddle hum, .tI. *I bwe q
and dooM. drap *r an
hauling. Yen raPOWSOl~
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Iguhse.t HamutUs.X tLaoom. Dan 0.Ne aNd
Abe .td depotar t- Er. ndou, AVa.s0o vl
aiw and sale of tobae T Tsl highest amount of tldebtedness or liability
Seok to which the ecrportion ma at say time subject
I ,itself .- xporbe eqtal to double t amount of its
S anl. tmprt, export and en*rally anuor e spi stock.
Im !i"tta hoMers, cigar T7e Ramoe and resideas of the subscribing
o u an4 -ihl upyppl of all* parties to the stoek o0 the said m A ation. toreth-
Ssafaetre. hold and nnerally deal o with the number of shares of i capital tock
f to iMpluSonts and applPanCs subscribed by each ar as follows, to-wit:
row or hereafter be useful In any of W. H. Covintoa. Tallahamee. Fla. Fifty t50)
hermn mentioned; to manufacture shares.
Ilport, export and *enerallydeal in all E. L. Hutchinson. Jacksonville. Fla., Fifty (50)
ottery. tile and earthern products; to share.
for purposes of sale pressed brick, Dan 0. Neel, Carrabelle, Fla., Fifty (50) share..
brick. artileal stone. terra cotta, roofing. J. D. Holmes., Jacksonville, Fia., Fifty (50)
brclk and other building materials which shares.
sat be nad.e from elay. sand, lime, cement, stone*. W. H. COVINGTON.
lMtbet-.lthereof; to acquire, mine. cut, finish. E. L. HUTCHINSON,
eat, -l, t t export and generally dgal in DAN 0. NEEL.
as ,granite. lim one ad all 5t J. D. HOLMES.
iir building, constructing and paving stones;
teawv on the business of mining, milling. treat-
sf, ing. compounding, miing, preparing for In the Circuit Court of the Second .Judi-
ierket, manufacturing, buying. selling and oth- cial Circuit of Florida in and for the
fwlstproducing and dealing in p hate o County of Leon-In Chancery.
ldd all other ores. minerals, fullers earth. on
alls iad natural gas, and the products and by- G. C. McCall. Complainantva. Mary J. (iiranleau.
products thereof, of every kind and description William M. Girardeau. her husband in the right
d to buy, sell, exchange., lease. acquire and deal o ef his wife. and as administrator of the estate
Ji lands, mines and minerals, mineral rights and of Emily M. Collins, deceased, John (;. Collins
aimaln, and to conduct any business appurtenant and Lilla C. Collins, his wife. Julia L. Wood-
thereto: to operate farms, stills. mills and machine* ward and Frank P. Woodward, her husband in
cry fot the m-inufacture of naval stores products; the right of his wife. W. Taylor Collins. Louis
.o msnufact ure lumber, timber, cross-ties, and C. DeMilly. and Blanche DeMilly, his wife, John
fthber rpl Jicts, and lease. hire, own and operate W. DeMilly, and May DeMilly, his wife. P. Do-
eC-.v' tr.iber for naval stores, lumber and other vere DeM lly, E. Marruerite DeMilly, Louis Col-
orupoi. on commission or otherwise; to act as ine, and Josephine Collins-Defendants. Fore-
oker, factor or agent in the purchase, sale closure of Mortgage.
lmamonta^nd disposition ofreaml prerty sin IT HAVING.BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
ets thtereLof, and ema ties. foods, the affidavit of Joseph A. Edmondsoniattorney
*m a m .anris of every kdincluding for Complainant. th the said Defendant May
Sbo naval stores. blacknUith's and DeMilly, isa resident of the City of Tallahassee in
lspeMr's tools and saw mill machinery and tools said County of Leon; that said defendant May De.
ndlaIplements of all sort; to buy, build. 1"se Milly has been absent for more than sixty days
mao. oontrl hire, charter operate from said State next proceeding the 16th day of
V^WN tramway., railways, dredges. lighters, November, 1907; that there is no person in the
"tl-,ears or other vehicles or means of trans- State of Fod the service of a subpoena upon
mnatinfor the tansptatIon of property or whom would bind the esad defendant, May DoMil-
lucheld. control, owned or manufactured ly. and that the said May DeMilly Is under the are
the company, or other persons or corpora- of 21 years; itis therefore ordered that the said
la In1onection with the business of this or- defendant May DeMilly be and she is hereby re.
tt but not to use ideas of trasor- qired to ap ar to the bill ef o plaint herin on
l for the puroe of doing the business of a Monday, the 23d day of December, A.D. 1907; that
carrier: to construct, acquiown, oper- this order be published once a weak for four con-
as hbit *let upon les use and mallntain scutive weeks in The Weekly True Democrat. a
C wires, elevators. press. tanks, wre- newsaper published in the City of Tallahassee.
O and stora facilities of every kind and to in said County of Leon.
Seelive tolls a rolts therefrom ; to carry on Witness Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of said Court,
t m wahousinc in all of its branches; to receive this 15th day of November A. D. 1907.
o0 eoairument or otherwise: to store, sell and [SRAL.) Haway T. FrLK t.,
distribtoe oods, wares and merchandise and all Clerk of said Court.
kinds of pernal property on commission or any A true Copy Attest:-
ther ais: to issue warehouse receipts, certifl- HaNaY T. FXLKXL.
-etee dcireculars, negotiating or otherwise, to Clerk of said Court. 4t
pesons. arms or rorrations, warehousing pro- .
erty of ay kind with the company; to make ad-
ances orloansby way of mortgage, pledge or de- In the Circuit Court; Second Judicial
posit of warehouse receipts upon the security of Circuit, Leon County, Florida, in
property stored with the company otherwise; to Chancery
buy, build, establish, lease. own, maintain. oper-
lte and let upon lease, mills,. factories. workshops. Ella B. Chaires,. Complainant. vs. R. E. Ilightow-
plants, tools, engines, machinery, storesand offices er, Pauline Cottrell. Eugene Cottrell, S. I). Hiah-
and suitable equipment for the rp of car- tower, Harrin Hightower, Mary Chaire. (Octa-
rying on any of the busineeaest herein mentioned: via Chaires, Julia Chaires, Alice Chairem. IBen.
to buy. sell, and handle, for its own account andl jamin Chaires and John C. Miitford
on commission, turpentine. osin Find all kinl iof TT API'EARING BY AFFIDAVIT AIPPEND-
naval stores, cotton and timber and airi'illtural ed to the bill flkd in the ai il,ve stated cause
products: to buy. sell and deal in gr crio'-, dry that E. Hightower and S. I). Hight.wer, de-
oods,. hardware and all kinds of m.erihandie : to fenidants therein namidl arn r, i rr.idents of the
advance and loan money upon the -ecnitles of State of Florida, and that It. E. lli'htower is a
lait crops, and iersonal property or conirnrereial resident of the Citv of Fel',nil liail. county of Un-.
paper: topatent. register and pru .ct by 0ad- tun, Satle of Arkan-as, ,ovr th-ty of twenty-
mark and otherwise, any me-ans., intho-l-. iilii one years; and thut thein- e i ,-'idrnice of S. 1).
dances, formulas, secret processes, machines. iym- lightowier is unknown blit itha tiOw omilaninant
bola or designations which may be useful or i,*<- believe that he is u re.idii of Ithe lriiti States
essary in carrying on any of it!s ilsinesM s : ttotol- of America. and that he. is o0. r the lag. f twenri-
tain. purchase. lease or otherwise arluireo aI ty-one vear :it i. therefore .irl.i.i.l thliit aid noln-
own. manage and dispose of any atenit. patent resident defendants band ar, h.reih) reejuired to
rights, royalties, formular, erret prces-i. lii.n- &appear to the bill of complnit ilhli in aid .ause,,
ses or privileges. trademark- or desiwnations. fqo 9,W Monday the 9th dayv of lo., inPlr A. . l)7.
the carrying on of it s husiInesse or any ,,thrw:se the' allegation- of aiid il will lie tak-
thereof. and to operate, under. iuy, hold. -.*11 a- eu as cnf i d b) I.f.i lii?-
sign, pledge, make or Krant li'enses, aigrefiWntH It if further .ordlere tai il ia.t ,,tir Iw pulisheil
or contracts in respect of. or otherwl.'w tto turn t o oncei a week for four .ii, .ni wrsi, in tthe
account the same andito I a.11 nd diilpo.wo o riAticl We.Wkly Tru eIN-.mocrat,. ..t -i.i.i'er iublilied in
and products covered by the .amen, and anr ritlhtl sad ,.'orinty and State,
growing o-'t of the sarn to subscril, f,>i. pur- I (iA.l i i T I :I .Ki.
chase, receive, own, hold for invelmtiet m or tti- A ,. Ir' i In 1 Court.
wise, sell, dispose of and make advanct-. ilion A true, olpy.
stocks, shares. bonds. securitteiand obliirati'-onf Atttet liHFNRY T l"il i i
othereorporations what.sjover.wher(evrl ,,att,-l r ..! .i. *.ir..iti Cuirt
organtsed. and while the owner or ho''ter of w'" Thle 'ith dayof Novermit. A 1) ':7". G:rS.t
of such stock, bonds, or obligations to exercei.- all
the rights. powers and privileges of ownert.ip. In the Second Judicial rcuit Circuit
thereof, and to exercise all and any voting powerIn the Second Judicial iruit, circuitt
thereof: to acquire, hold, use. mortgage, least,. let Court of Florida. in and for Leon
upon lease. deal in and convey all such property. County-In Chancery.
real or personal, in any part of the world as may
bt necessary or convenient in connection with its Lillian II. Cronk. Comr lainant. vs. James William
business or any of them; to isll. mortgage. subhlt, Cronk. Defendant BHill for Divorce.
pledge, lease, let upon loeas or convey property of T HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
the sakd corporation orany part thereof. at will,. I the AVidavit of the CN mplAinant, Lillan P.
and toInvest the pro d of the same at pleasure ona, ht eeomp lainant. Lillian B.
In say manner; to borrow money and to secure the -am Willt Cronk. s in a tate lether than the
some and wonlee otherwise owing, by mortgages.aes Wilfl% n ina-A t rthnh
Ino u^n .. I' State oftFlorida. to-wit: Ui,.State of Alaamnes. in
trifor; to receve payment for capital stock u t of Motil n ste of Alabama: that
scribes for in money or property, patents, con. t'Ieno 0nsin the State of Flo-ida the t r-
t1 ,L at a uite vaaaats es u on whom would bind uaid lpa h
labor ornservices.atafjustbindsaihe fn ,i r ,te .
of, in the discretion or judgment of the board of t that the fnant is over the
directors to make, purchase sll Ie or I of twenty-one years. It as therefore derer. that
diewoontracta of any kind e whatsoever forte the Defendant, James William Crank, be and he
.? ldan of its .se an bu,.,. i "lur' ht mrMqired to appear Io the Complainart's
f"urh'rane of Purposes a ndM w "iu Tofoae t on Monday. the 2d day of I )*-
lng ..etments or contracts between the said cor- Bil ,f A. t nD -Mo-ndat thi d order be o e-
anri ind l.vdualr i other corporations In m A. 0 ad tt th o pob-
any o t"" he fliesof busin this corporttaoa:tjHelpedo | iawek for four sueessive weeks in
have alien upon all the sharesnof any of the stock- a leipa, publisein
holders who may become indebted to the incor- the it of Tallahassee, L cunty State of
por tion, either individually.or as co-partner. White, HenryT. Felkel. C('lrk of the Circuit
surety or others. with the right to sell and dis- urto Lt i county. Flori,;s. and the seal of
of sueh stock. or such portion thereof as may .. rt this 28d day IfI .e ., A D I 7.
- coe e to pay off such Indebtedreu. at :dcs.,-- t (itRYvT AE.I EI, .
either public or private ask.e and upon such notice Cilrk Cir tCort of nty. FlrdL
sad trm s as the board of dIrector m it Court p ofrbelorida.
and with the further right to refuag4o transfer At" T T c., or. r-y4t
sch stock until full payment of all *uch indebt. Attest-Haar T. F _.xt .l.r. -t
edmes: and tomakesmel by-laws In furtheram -., l Ca T ,
hereof as may bedenemd bs-t: to conduct any iprt D c ee m I *C* .
and to employofflmund ha gnts at ,urh placn NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A
In thioState another State and in foreign coun- meet n ing of the iy Co ril of t (st, r f
tries as may bt useful, nereesary or ratuif ie for Tallahasse. Florida, held ont ",., iv embers
the arryla onof said business a lnd f or herng hl 14th. 1.WTe. the City Tax Collector was authorized
ends of corporations, such use or fnmesfty to to alklw a discount of tw., t,, crntum on all tax.,
be deterymansdr in the discretion or judgenet of it on real estat. and personal NrwLrty ad ftn

thiyid and exlttinm undrrany hy nirtt^ of the .
fwrth int the Stater aso' icto uroe'. powers, t(e dabeA. 1iT, aW>d a iia ,,t .if o ne.r centm
inessor otherwise, to .th ae -rnt an as orin al Byietaeo ral f fir the 1t prsnn l rt-etly
eell woerd, to hand dntrid and1 tod all rtuch i month of Deeber. A. A ,

Inside no t to.or. tri..fls cir A. (:. Swinta.
-such eapiarkasune a be indn or covy-('sty (I' ri.
hei eperatba a neiterprises and to do all s u.
t Of es~A, ~its! stcIka epeOI.ghmi h e

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Men's Fine Black Tibet Suits, $12.50 and $13.50 values, for
only .50

Men's Fancy Raglin Over Coats, $7.50 value for only

- $4.99

Men's Blue and Black Tibet Pants, something nice and good,
S- $1.50 pair

Men's all Wool Jeans Pants good values, for only-


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Thos. E. Watson

was frozen out of the New York
"Watson's Magazine," but he at
once established a Magazine and
a Weekly Paper of his own.

Watson's Jefferonll Ma be

Price per year $1.50
Watson's Weekly Jeffersonion
Price per year $1.00
Both together $2.00
Thompson, Ga.

Single Wagons. Steel or Skein Axles
.. 30 (M
Light Two Horse, tith. r axle. $:18 () to
Ite-j. Two Hlorse, .4( 0()
Timber Wagonm, $1.lls. to f'o.(Xo)
BUUSIES, Out of Sight:
Quality and Prices Unite.
(Guaranty Attached and nu C(omplaints.
Customers from Amsterdam, (Ia., to
Florida coast and numbered by hun-
dreds. And they are still coming as
before one is out of sight another is
FINALLY-If we fail to please we
Recommend other Dealers in the city.
Respect fnIly,
Tallahassee, Fla.

Adbalistrator's notice.
Creditors. l asto.. distributed. and all person
having laims or deniand iagUmlt tbe estat( of
Edward H. Alford. late of Leoi county, decssa-
ad, are notified to present the ams to the under-
oigned within two years or the same will be
EoWAxDn H ALIPOD. JL, Administrat'r.
Tallahassee. Florida. October 11, IW7. 334-t

A4dialstratrl'l Ntelick.
I 'itors, laaties. distributes, aad to all persons
having eblm or demands elnast the estate of
Dr. A. M. Manning. deoaed.latoeof Leon county.
Florida, tprent such claims or demands to the
undermind within on.- year from this date., oth-
erwise will he forever debarred.
This 11th day of October. 1907T.
Administratris Eioste of Dr. A. M. Manning.
October 11. 191W7- 's-0t
iiAdiin ratiiir' notice.
Stie* s hereby isv-.n that I, the undersignodl,
W. A. Demilly. Admir-nator of the estate ,if
Harriet R. tayner ,i ir1sent my accounts arl
voucher to the ( C,'i tv Judge of f lon Count)'.
Flordla, anld ask f,.i a i'..' di;Acharre as Artlninil-
trator of said i!'.i.- ', runntha after the datm
This 2d day of n t,- r A. lrD. 17.
W. A. I)MILI..Y,
Admistrator of th *, *f Hlarriet h. tlayn'er.

Let Keys.Oadsden Lumber Co.,
LOST. Bunch of Keys, containing
about half a ?loz,-n. Finder witl leave
same at this office and receive reward. Quincy, lOrlda



J. D. 80OLK.

CA"Or "M LsoN-



Attention Tobacco Growers!


(Office in Quincy Florida.)

Are the people to order your Lumber,

Shingles and Laths from. Let them furnish

you estimates on any kind of

Building Material.

Y(ourI for business, ordAer now,



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Silk Covers, with Gold and

Pearl and Silver and


Handles in artistic designed.

Silver Goods

In all the latest creation

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Cut Glass

Water Sets, Berry Dish-

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Tallahassee, Fla.



. Broewne em

It will be my duty and pleasure to re-
uMnmend to the legislature certain meas-
some of the more important of
irbeh_ I will make clear to you to-day,
Sbut I sure you that I will not attempt
to dictate to the Legislature what It
ghiold or should not do, nor will I per-
s ially solicit the vote of any member
of the legislature for or against any
measures pending before it. I shall make
my recommendations, and give my rea-
ou s therefore, to the Ilegin autire-, s the
Constitution require. but I will not ume
methods which would be condemned, if
practiced by a private citiz,.o
The Cunstitution further ay: : "Thei
Governor shall take care the' laws be
faithfully executed." Art. 4. Soc. Iv.
His duties are with the Execution,
and not with the enactment. of laws. I
shall take special charge of the faithful
execution of all laws on the statute
books. What the people should demand
ts, the due execution of the laws that
an enacted by the Aegislature, without
If rd to whom they hurt or whom they
t, whether it be a corporation or
S iadlvidual. If you go outside the law
to hurt a corporation, you can gooutsidce
the law to help a friend, or hurt an en-
emy. When a cloud is surcharged with
electricity, the bolt fall in obedience to
a natural law, and whether it strikes a
iood man or a bad one, or deetroy a
brothel or a church, is a mere incident
It the execution of God's laws, and I
Dledm you that I will see to the faith-
lM eutlon of all laws, regardless of
whether they strike friend or foe. for,
MI the performance of my duties, my
my spear will know no brother.
You can't be well If you have a weak
unhealthy, tired out stomach. Neither
an you feel good if by some little ir-
regularity in eating you have caused
the tomach to gt out of order. Thee
little stomach troubles are signs of In-
digestion, which may, and very often
doe turn into a very bad case of dyn-
.psia Don't allow this to go on a
sigile day without doing something to
overcome it. Take some good reliable
and safe digestant like RODOL for
Dyspepsia. KOIOI, in the beet remedy
known today for heart burn. belching
and all troubles arising from a dlsor-
dered-dletion. It is pleasant to take
Sand offo relief proimiptly. Sold by
all drulggists.

-All Florida will be gro eeI ant the news
of the death of Mrs. Sheldoun S Stringer,
of Brooksville, Preoident of th., Florida
vision, United Daughters of the Con-
federac of pneumonia. at Columlia,
8. C. Monday evening. She was re-
turning home from attending a eonvfn-
tio meeting at Norfulk, wheree, by
her dignity culture and gentleness. sihe
took a position second to non.'" asnd
was expected to be among friends it
Jacksonville at the time the announce-
.Et of her death reached there. Thus
3; t-anothet of Florida's good womtien
. called to ret, and Floridians gen-
jmpathie deeply with the be.

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I 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
beat quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be the
purest of their kind- we don't use that kind Try us.

R. W. Qobb, Drug eo.
Bast side of Monroe St.


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

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


,Don't Have Your Cart Work
Botched at the Mill.
I build them under a
guaranteee have built
hundreds and buihl
more every day.
For prees write
W. H. Adklnson.
P. O. Bex 4.
Tanahmme- Fords.


YOU C AN 6O 6 TROG the
and you %ill and no better in.
Vestment for your money than
property in and around Taila-
hame. We are offering homes
lota and farms, that are sure
to rise in value shortly at
bargain prices. If you want
to secure a home that will
give you a home and make
r.ioney for you at the same
time, consult us.

A model farm containing 375 acres, 326 acres of which is cleared;
together with an $1 800 dwelling. 6 tenant houses, 3 good barns for
general farming. and 700 choice peach trees which will bear next
year. The place is well watered, the character of the land is gen-
tly rollin., as well as table land. the soil lightrey and red clay
sandy soil,-the best of soils for the culture of Tobco.
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.





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STh Trbun ays: "A better
Scdnot have been made, as
a 6no abler, more widely known or
Me ergetic educator in Florida than
l pton, who is known through-
OPt state as "Mi Clem." Super-
tedent Holloway is also taking great
jhireat the educational department
in)the -A&, which will be conducted
With even greater success than hereto-
fMt. Hehas already begun a cam-
II n for securing educational exhibits
is remain the educational pre-
Ht i Hat. Afeature of the education-
a* ,Wor will be public orations by rep-
ttWive of the various high schools
be state."*
I0tilaides Without Irritation.
; 'at is the watchword. That is what
lKey's Orino Laxative does. Cleanses
stimulates the bowels without irri-
S in any form. Sold by all Drug-

iat iip hex aborh whoye f oh
,i ee th aa so
wtorhanine and one al fwdpav-
e a his anumltasi
at ia the i n ek wb eo W left
sad Ed obs a
r cold"perbapt Mr. ftHu IdN rto-

It a word of I for he is
me of our very own boys, and to
mt ip here, whee we have pIt of
ama, and every Tia lloaeIke.
w to handle aun; and "we have not
Iard Wo. Hillaisp rabbit doe say so."
Me Case s Bacer
The- is no ease o record n of a cough
Scokf resultin In pnseumolsa or con-
amtio after Poley's Honey and Tar
S been taken as it will stop our
u'h and break up your cold quickly.
Rfuse any but the genuine Foley
oney a Tar in a yellow package.
Mitana no opiates and as safe and sure.
old by all Druggist..

A few days ago a lady was heard to
say that the first thing she ever saw
about a man was his tie. Then, of
course, the eraf pin is scrutinized next.
Nieholson has scarf pins that will bear
scrutiny from the most exacting of wives
and sweethearts. 40.
Pointers and Setter DogstI
Have a few trained and untrained

,bomW of 40 of their
!Msbev t. popular
a, very popular and
to t of young man of this
at the beautiful affair were
played for fifteen and among the
was MiKi Madeline Cohen, of
O ville, a cousin of the guest of
Miss Cobs" will prolong her
vit in Tallahaee for a week. and
many charming social affairs have been
planned for beW.
A Tin Syby
can't tell you in words what the trouble
is; but ifit's complexion gets pasty, if
it gets weaker and weaker, loses flesh
and is cross and peevish you can be cer-
tain that it haaorms. Give it White's
Cream Vermife, guaranteed harm-
less. Expels the worms and puts the
baby in a healthy normal condition.
Sold by Hardee-Smith Co.
A new assortment of beautiful
brooches has just been received by P.
T. Nicholson. The patterns are as un-
common as they are beautl'u. 40.


You All Know Them-
A Household Woid.

aogs--$u.u 0to $4u.0 each. fngn!lnh An All-White Company Absolutely
and Birdsong, Fox, Coon and Deer GUARANTEEING
Hounds. Pups $10.00 pair. Well bred, UARANTEEING
fast and furious. "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH"
36-3m Liberty, S. C. YOVR MONEY BACK."
Strange Herse Colt. i Everything New This Season, l'rvut-.
A red bay horse colt about 2 years I ing the most Elaborate, Specttuau-
old, with mark around left hind foot.; lar,. 'lctric First Part Se'ttnili
blaze on nose, peculiarly marked under; ever known in Minstrelsy
tail. Information leading to recovery l);n Hilt, the Georgia Cotton 1l1 ..,m
will be rewarded. $1o paid on delivery ia M' mber of this Organizitieni.
to C. C. TH'URMON. .
19 2t Coles Sweat, Leon county. Prices 7- 0c. 7he. and $1.. i


Every purchaser during No-
vember and December will
be given a handsome Souve-

At Corbetts.

SThrough Experimenting and here for business.

We have at last about symtemitized our help and are
now turning out first-class Laundry work.
If we have pleased you try us again. If we have dis-
pl'ased you, try us again. We do "lligh Gloss" or "Do-
jUestie." finish, and guarantee our wo'k.
We do Steam Dvitng and (leanin as well as the larg-
est of dye houses. W(,e clean mistdolicate fabrics, Sweat-
e.r, Coats, Cloaks,. llankEts; in fact anything you have
Soiletd. Send it to us v -ill do )11w rest
Packages Ieft at 11 !' ('>k Store, will have prompt
When you have something for uz, just say -) to Cen-
tral, and our carriage will -call

(. 0. ANDRE:WS, President.

C. E. GASQUE, Manager.

Ex. CountySurveyor. November 29 1907.
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial Dear Friend: 'iS
Circuit, Leon County, Florida. I usen't to like tea
Petition to Establish Lost Tax Certifi-. beeT
eate and Assignment Thereof. but I like it now, be-
Noah. Hawkins vs. H. T. Felkel. Luge- oQas we get ood tea
nia Hawkins, Sallie Hawkins and cause we get good tea
i Noah Hawkins, Jr. at Randolph & Son's .
Notice is hereby given to all persons Tea that we get now
interested herein to appear in our Cir-
cult Court, Seond .Judicial Circuit Only costs 50 cts a lb.
Court, Led, County. Florida, at Tala- ndmy, it t tes so
hassee, on Friday, the 20th day of De- andmy, it ,a9ts so
member, 1907, and show cause, if any good* When you go to buy
they can, why the original Tax Certif it y an tell it by the
cte, and assignment thereof, substan- OU an ell it by he
tlal copies of which are below given, smell. When I came home
should not on petition of Noah Haw- from school today I came
kins. filed herein on November 1st.
1907, h' established in iieu of the origi- by the grocery and got
nal Tax (ertifiate and assignment a- a pound of Chase & San-
leged therein to have lost (r i- a pound of Chase & San-
stroyed iv his mother, Lucinda flaw- born Tea and some lemons
kins, in Jacksonvilie. Fla, about eleven and some cookies, be-
years ago; ail ,etit..n alleging that and some cookies, 6-
said H. T r',lk,.I. Iu Lenia Hawkins, cause Mama had a little
Sallie Hawkin ;iawl Noah Hawkins, Jr., tea party this affter-
are the only lero,)ns interested for or ea
against the. r,-establishment of the noonD
same, subt.-lt.rti. I copies of which Tax Your friend,
Certificate ;.tnd assignment are as fol- J
lows: Jacb.

Engines. Boiler, and Smoke Stacks.


Tanks, Injectors.
Saw MIN Machinery

Shafting., Pulleys,
Engineers' and
I Supplies, [tc.j

i RTIFICA. i .
STATE OF 'I.O)RIIiA, SS. N). 28.
County of l .eon.
Office of Tux Collector,Tallahassee, Fla.,
July 6, A. D. 1 91.
I, R. A. Shine, Tax Collector of the
County of ler,. in the State of Florida.
do hereby cY rtify that I did, at public
auction, pu. suant to notice given by
law, as required, on the sixth day of
July, A. D 1l I1, sell to H. T. Feikel,
the lands described for the sum of three
dollars and fifty- two cents, said sum be-
ing the amount due and unpaid for
taxes, costs and charges on the de-
scribed lands for the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and ninety ;
that H. T. iFelkel or his assigns, will,
therefore, be entitled to a deed of con-
veyance of such lands in accordance
with law, unless the same shall be re-
deemed within one year by the pay-
met of said amount, with Interest, at
the rate of twenty-five per cent. per
aam nm: said lands are described as fol-
Iw to-wit: The northwest quarter of
eighteen, township two, south
we one east containing ,60 Scres in
thb County of Leon, and asiesed at
onehundred and sixty dollars and --
* ents.
Witness my hand at Tallahassee, Fla.,
this 6th day of July, A. D 1891.
'R. A, SmIE.
Tax Collector Leon County, Fla.
I hereby transfer and assign the with-
IDn certificate to Noah Hawkins.
H. T. F tXCL. [Seal.
This first day of November. A. D. 1907.

A tree copy. Attest: H. T. FlLKL,
Chrk Circuit Court Leon County, a.
Seal of the Circuit Court,
Leon Gounty, Fla. f 36

P*S. We never, never
think of going for our
groceries but to

9 Have You Tried Our

( New Welsback Re-

flex Lights?

They will give you more light for less money
than any light on the market. We guarantee
this. Call and ask to have them shawn you.

Don't forget that we now have a complete
A line of ORDOLESS GAS IIEATERS for your comfort. A


a -- --1 a

Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Oripre, Asthma, Threot -r r,,,e in the
aMt LungTroubles. Prevents Pneumir.:a and Ccnsumption Y' '.)v ''ACKAc0
4' .-

Harvesting Machinery Hardware.

A Cup of Whit ousen or li*e Lbel
SHmeca d JavatCeoft
S i what goes straight tofthe heart of
~ r -,. '\ every man at breakfast time, and every
ne knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
S our brands, as they have maderour
r store famous. Just as good as the cot-
I fee we sell are teas. which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the beet of food
products- those we have tested our-
selves, and so ran stand by them.
J. W. C('I.uN. Grocer.

For Sale.
An Evaporating Pan for rakIing
synip. with portable furnaceand rala1f i
stack. Will sell cheap. App aly
home just west of city.
37-tti A. L W

An wo GeagI to Bauild
and see our stock of kiln
before purnhasing your
vW e can Save you moaa

imch and you will psq

At Co







S UUE mVRT" AT MORNIO. ined m the ny. bt
.. .. ......... .l -...c ehurebse have been In darknee, leaie
F ira dtal Advtce. of business have been closed, machinery
if you et a is check, ha lain idle, sad families have been
io t forced either to go without cooked food.
Isn it on I or go to the expense of buying other
Don't imagine you're a wreck appliances for cooking their meals. So
ass it lon lIon! hau this state of affairs continued,
Cofidence lis all you need; and so unsatisfactory are the excess
To "hard lock" stones gve no given a to its cause, that the patieWt
heed, of the people has been worn threadbare.
Keep 'em.rmovi at full speed he chief excuse given is that the GQ
Paow it on Company is unable to secure competent
When ye get one pay a bill; labor. In other words the negro labor
passit on! obtainable Is unskilled and untrut-
Ther're no good when standing worthy. To the sufferers from this In-
still, competency, however, this seems a
Pass it on! very iinadqte excuse. Is the Corn-
While it pays car fare and rents pany compelled to hire local mneome-
Show your share of commonsense tence ? Cannot better labor be had
And your stock of confidence-- better pay? Or, it not, is there sany
Passe it on! Jacksonville Me- reason why they shall not be allowedto
tropotis. import killed employees. Their Be-
..- .. 1..--. perintcndent is from another State; so
Lera eeLe, Bes laclmere's Master. is their gas-fitter; why not their'en-
pie ginecr ? They claim to have plenty of
piece coal. .st winter a similar stato of
To those who have rot recently read affairs existed, and then the exeuse
their Lorna Doone. a brief synopsis of was, that it was impossible to obtain
the plot may be interesting, the proper kind of coal. They insist,
The scene ot the story is laid in the too, that their machinery is good-most
County of Devon, England. The time of it new yet often there Is no gas at
is the late 17th cfmtury, the reign of all, or else enough, maybe, to make it
Charles II. The story in one of brave more of an aggravation than anything
deeds stirring adventures and fascinat. eilse.
ing characters. John Ridd, the hero, in Is it any wonder that the people re-
a perfect young giant of great physical Il ? Several parties, prominent in
courage honesty, fidelity and common usi nesi and other circles, and all of
sense The Doones are a band of out- them extensive consumers oft gas,(when
laws who infest the whole country and they can get it) have sent in thor names
live in a valley near John Itidd'c home to the Attorney General, asking that he
Lorna Doone is a young girl of great give the matter of redress his careful
beauty and sweetness of character,who con.i'leration. Mr. Ellis is not yet ready
I ix really the daughter of an English No- to .*xplr's a legal opinion, but is giving
bleman, but whone \wrson and property ithe tn. an exhaustive examniination, and
have been ca itured by the Doones. it ai to 1w hoped that the Capital City
John Itdd falls in love with Iiorna i Lig~t ;,and Fuel Co will soon give better
Done. It then become's the object of serv< t
the hero'm life to destroy the robbers .
rihd win l. the gist of the plot. John in finally suc- Allexanridr flenton,who live', on iRural
cesful, but not without much fi hting K out 1, Fort, Edward, N. Y says:
and many romantic adventures Carver "Dr. King's Ne-w Discovery is my best
oune in the villain of the story and earthly friend It cured mne of asthma
opJl .se John Riddt at every step. six years ago. It has also performed a
The setting of the great romance is wonderful cure of incipient consumption
superb. .No County in more loyely than for my son's wife. The first bottle ended
Devon, and few epochs in history have the terrible cough, and this accom-
been more stirring than that of the plished, the other symptoms left one by
reign of Charles the Hecond, in Eng- one, until she was perfectly well. Dr.
land. All together, Iorna Doone Isone King's New Discovery's power over
of the greatest of English romances, cough. and colds is simply marvelous."
which no one can read without admiring No other remedy has ever equaled it,
big John Ridd, falling In love with Fully guaranteed by a4 druggists. 50c
Lorn, and becoming enchanted with and $1.<00. Trial bottle free. *
the glorious English landscape of hill .^. ..
add a. Not an Iselated Case.
..- Mrs. A. (throwing up her window),
lMesaeu sad Ceastlpattea. "Oh, Mrs. B. how is your gas this
For years I was troubled with bilious- morning 7"
nes and constipation which made life Mrs.B. "My gas? Oh, in the stove
miserable for me. iy appetite failed you mean ? I haven't had any for o
Im. I lost my usual force and vitality., ong that I didn't take in whale you
Pepsin preparations and esthartica only meant. I haven't any at all, have
Smatters worse. I do not know you?"
where I should have been today had I No, but I have had a wood stove put
J not tried Chamberlaln's Stomach and in, and it is lighted up Come over
Srver Tablets. The tablets relieve the here and cook your breakfast."
S II feel ng at once, strengthen the di- "O, thanks, very much I But my
S gestlve functions, helping the system to breakfast is nearly read I'm cooKing
do its work naturally.- Mrs.Rosea Potts, some fish roe on the bed room fire, the
Birmingham Ala. These tablets are coffee is down in the parlor stove, the
for sale by The Tallahassee Drug Co. hominy is down in the dining room stove
and I've sent up town for rolls. "
A Right of Ivery Child. "Gracious how inconvenient."
The Palm Beach News draws atten- "Yes, but I might be worse off, you
tion to a great wrong (lone by thought- know. Poor Mrs. (C has cooked for
less or greedy parents in this State, as her family in a chafing dish for the past
in others, to their children. It is true three delays." *
that there are parents so lmx>r that they "
must have the small amiuntm a child A Broken BacK.
can earn to help them Hsupport younger That pain in your back caused by lum-'
children. Many, however, have not bago, stiff muscles or a st rain is an easy i
that excuse. They have' no much affec- thing to get rid of. hallard's Snow lin- I
tion for their offspring as would lead iment cures rheumatism. lumbago, sore
them to reganl the latter an having any and stiff murcleH, strains, sprafi, cuts,
rights beyond those of shelter and the burns, bruises., scald and all aches and
supply of food and clothing. It is no spins. You need a Iut.le in your house.
excuse whatever to say that the child Sold by HIardee-Smith Company. *
does not care for school. nd prefers to
be making m money. As well may that Page In the Senate Chamber.
the child must Ib honored when it de- Master 'Thomas iDenham, son of Mr.
sires to do other thIn gs injuriouns and and Mrs. T. P. DIenham, Koes to Wa.h-
dangerous to itself 'fhe Newe says : ington tomorrow with Senator Tilh-
"It is a reg retable fact that several ferro and Senator Mallory. Hegoes to
parents in this community are permit be a page in the Senate chamber mnd
ting their children of school age to stay begins his duties at the opening of Con-
out of school for the Hake of earning a Kre'ss
few dollars per week. Can it bo that All his boy friends are envying him,
these parents are so blind to the future and his older friends arce congratulating
and lifelong interests of their children him and Mr and Mrs. Denham, and
that they will not help fit them in the their goodl wishes will follow the young
public school for better things in life man from Jacksonmville to Washington.
and a better future than merely wage- His homne-coming at the end of the see-
earners T* 'thi Is a serious proposition, slon will ble anticipated with much in-
and a terrible responsibility to develop terest -Jacksonevllie Metropolis.
the beat there is in him and to prepare ~- -.... -
him for the battle of life ?" Weaoderftil Kcema Cure.
The News continuing, ys: "Publi Our little boy had eema fiveyears,"
attention should be brought to bear on writes N. A. Adams, ,Henrietta, Pa.
s matternt dei n e "Two of our home doctors said the case
fe p ty to hr child ren.lae thei Wa hopeless, his lungs being affected
fhuI duty to thor children. The child We themi ployed other doctors but no
s elected m wellbe ve f benefit resulted. Bychance we read
hei trws up to hate the father who about Electrlc Bittes bought a bottle
sh-ked his duty and sd his offspring and soon noticed improvement. We eon
a means of making money- a- a tinued this medicine unti several hot-
late*,--nd deprived him of a school- ties were used when our boy was corn-
.. .. l columnaFloridaTimes- pletely cured. Beat of all blood medi-

Ui, nov *u. -- body building health tonics.
A larrew Eao Guaranteed at all drugs-tore 50. *
0. W. Cloyd, a merchant of Plunk, Stray BoireTI
., had a narrow e cape four ears I have taken p, at m place, a me
o, when he r aimn bur intohis dum-saemd ay wrme. weprean have
Stmmb. He says: "The doctor wanted same by proven proaerty and Iagim
Sptat but would not con t. t tfor keeng ad t t
S I bougt a box of Bucklen's Arnica advortUmnt, J.C. MoN'rVORD.
Vean.d that curMd the dangerus 40-tf Belair Road. South ofTallamee.
,Wound. 0 e at all druggists
00 otoBurn. Co ... Park Avone Tnhend be Cho
4W"so aesi I1hW f I 4t.
ln-La e* 8ett*r Dog. Wlhte,with son, c es ..
or ge pot. City dog tag No. Chafar Dcm old M r over-
I 4 ftOE to Name of Jack. Used wish iandwith

$q of a
a Ma
ad i c. o
I fary to the preseration
aeaiy system, for f the pawm t 4
es continue, and ther tv e MNn
to "tk they will weUew, WVll
n reach a point whre s poor man,
eor who has no ria hbe e as be
sominated to a high off d J the
minor county posi ias will be within
the reach of those 1y, who 1 t able
or willing to risk e I= sa, of way
obtain them. Tho o y of
ta expense of Puar M- owns
will be tempted to repay nhmslves in
som way or other from the ocse. I do
pot ay they will, but they shouMl not
be so tempted.
I favor prohibiting the sale of inlWoi-
eatinf liquors I the State of Plorida.
Kight here let me le that I did not
posee the prohibition ecae for polit-
eal advantage. I knme tihat t two
lo for me the sport of many, men
who are my warm supporters, without
the assurance of any corrspondin
gain. Nor did I do It to et on the
"Band Wagon" with other ',endidate,
for I wad the first to declare for prohi-
bition. My position is the result of an
abiding conviction, that any city or
state me better off morally, financially
and politically if intoxicating loquors are
not sold th-rein.
This declarationn may lose for me the
Governorship, but if it does, let it go.
The Governorshiplpasts only four years,
but the consciousnessof right, and duty
well performed, will go with me through
For Sale.
Two g ,,4l, fro-h, Gradpd Jersey Milk
Cows tor sai', .$5 each. Apply to
*;9-4t Tallahassee, Fla.
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Umlrl!aHs bought especially for
Christmat-. r'rsrnts offered by Burns &
Co. 40

House for Sale.

Opposite Leon Hotel.

Apply to Julius Diamond. 25-2


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and allays Feveribhness It eare.splarrhe.and
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and Flatulency. It rmlamlates* the Pood, reosalevte
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ThA I'--r i. ,'hr mni: -< ,-11 for the wholo body. To expct
oxod,,' W r"ie n-';. .,., '. 619vevr in good order. Todoso,
a rnru .. 4 :ld. 4:rt :no will put your lver in the o6u-
dittou i. u..uu.. bu and you will not suffer from headaches. t

1Ha sDone A We Of Good.
Mrs. C. P. Phlley, Marble allHs Texas. writes: "I havoe
a ed liierniMe and ind It the best liver corrective I havo over
4ried. It done my f a weir'a mypelf a orldotpir .
and I reoommend It to n my frioudI.L I ave .
hbad.luo*. ajnimore."

Ballard Snow LI ament Co.
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Sold under ab.
solute guarantee.

Price, $1.50 to $6.00

.P. T. Nicholson,

The Jeweler.




Beginning Monday, December



You all know when we say -"Sale" it means much to you -It means an opportunity for you to buy SEASONABLE
merchandise, FRESH and CRISP, (no odd lots, and old styles), at MONEY SAVING PRICES -it means that ONE DOLLAR will
go as far as $1.25 ordinarily goes--and it means that if you miss this opportunity of laying in your cold weather sup-
plies you will miss a saving you don't often get. Come and examine the goods, and compare with them bought elsewhere.

FANCY FLANELETTES, value 10c, this
sale--.--...-----.-------- .- 7 c
value up to 35c mostly yd wide. choice
at ----..------- -----.-----------19c
and Flanels, the kind every body gets 50c
for, in this'sale, choice -----------39c
always sold at 75 to 90c, very special-52c
ings and Panamas, worth 90c and $1.00
per yd, this sale, choice. .----- 69c
cloth, heretofore sold at 85c to $1.00
choice per yd------ --.. ..6... 9c
500 YARDS BROAD CLOTH in all colors
and fancies, 50 and 56 in. wide, each
worth $1.00 and $1.25, choice 89c yd
500 YARDS GREY SUITINGS in beautiful
shades, from 42 to 50 in. wi(e, worth
$1.00 per yd. choice ..- 6 yd'
Garnet Suitings, consisting of S. rges,
Voils, PIan;ma::, Mohairs and W'o.-te ds,.
over sold under a dollar and u usuallyy
brings $1.25. choice( e8e:
with $1. 0. 0 rt. i, ioI l:( ,V

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been selling at $15.00 and $18.00 and
there is no better to be had for that price,
in this sale, per suit,..------- $12.75


Formerly $12.50 $ 9.75
$16.50 ..--..------$13.75
S $22.50 ----------------$18.00
Many odd coats that we are going to
sacrifice for less money than they can be
made for. If you need a coat look at
some 36 and 32 in. wide,in plaids, change-
ables and solids, never worth less than
$1.00 and many worth $1.25 per yd. in
a,, slthis sale you can pick them at ... 98c yd
?S mmiW at o BLEACHIEI) CAMBRIC, 30 in. wide, 10 yds.
ABOUT CLOTHING. to a customer, no more, no less, at 7;c yd
If you haven't already bought your winter
Suit and Over Coat, we want to tell you that 50 DOZEN TABLE NAPKINS, worth 69c
here is an opportunity to buy high class, well- doz, by the dozen only, at....-------.. 49e
made and stylish cut suits and over coats at
a smaller price than you will again buy them FRENCH and FANCY FIANNELS. 27 in.
Don't miss it. Come see. wide. always sold at 50c, choice in this
MEN'S BLACK TIIIIE:T SUITS, well moe sale ...----- .. 35- yl
and full cut, actually worth Ten Dollars,
in this sale, $7.49 t1 LADIES IACE COLLARS that you al-
MEN'S BLACK TIIBET and FAN( Y WOR-1 ways p;ivy 25c for, at 12c each
ste(d.Suits. never worth less than TenI
Dollars., and really worth more. at this'-~ nN YARI)S PIE,ST PERCAL, sold e(v.r
..;l ou cnn livy it (i for 8 *, e.,.e. Ir t ];-'. in this sale l"'.c vy
MEN'S FANCY WO \I0STE:1) SUITS iS i o,,iund
and Square Cut, those we ha, always 11) \\'W111T ( 1'I.TS,. heavy wei1it ll izi.

,old! at .$12.50 and they are good valuet,
at that priee, but in this sak l go *


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Nothing can touch them at the prie.
Specialization is the reason why. Ibuy
nothing but absolutely the best valauS
in buggy, carriage and wagon hawsars.
Single Buggy Harness, $10.00 to $3.S
Double Buggy Harness $17.50 to $40.00.


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I have the lar-

gest stock
this section

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 $1.5o,
one that ordinarily sells for $1.50.

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you to select

The Famous CHASE and
STROOCK brands, Lap


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





, Cor. Clinton and Adams St.

T~lI hab asvc,



SDealers in


A Fine Lot Always: on hand
for sale at reasonable
Prices. ;

Veterinary Pkhysician
and Swr.o..
Dental Work a Specialty.
W. D. Pratorlus,
Funeral Director

Licensed Bmbalmer.
O(en Day adN t. Tes. 163.
Uesasae OW reslwa.
My cleaning and prolanb bualness as
now carried on in the Dp-stairs part of
the Conatantine Imuli nearly oppo-
site the expre a = Alo ample
lines of fine tlorbl "madeotoemeasure
rnments for men'aa display.
4tf W. M. aWL AND.
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50 per cent. of your Shoe 3= by bavi
A. R. S. TrWINE x
Repair your Boots and Sho&. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Cleaning, Dyeing and'Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your e9
s*uit made new for little money. First-Clas Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
to fit. Old Panarma Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 342 btl St. telephone No. 275.
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Centrally located near Capitol
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Horse Blankets, from 75c

to $5.00.


Are arriving in daily bought at the
right prices and will be sold at a
very small profit. . . . .

Dressers from $5.00 up.
B e d s from $3.00 up.
Chairs 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. THIEUS, Propr.

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


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