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:
December 6, 1907
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
7 v. : ;


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


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

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ll tonote.W W5 m 1 po h an u- m by" the thcir sm nfa twe t of the
WMt wSith depo to er s tbk eithih twnrydc n the deor notst oy Wd7 M
low We Ntoa o enitget thise tax e cti they tave th toe toe mtoo o
Si a. few ,- otton to prevent it from ong no S t.his fre o hen-
S oa tia.e tha e t o t c dred and t ty dt o t least
bo ina markotead e r e t i to that he ba of sub. fiTha ty prominent Ab the commit-

S/ dhS.d h e e Ibul- *had not be11 paued, nor even re- tees center, d while tebe ?lttees
pressiono abundmat r a 8"00loe to his tents in f agmen known *orFlorida who
ndnhis huareemor fand portheed back ro that had aommittended his f- are interested in t islop and educa-
S. t o until there wa a revision of tional work, taton e prelooking for
Sto wathto whs n etalke h e alsopoke about he much talk le ward to haiy 'oaI of the times of
'!1e n eno r abnd guer appeaon for about bill which he had e in favdqe orn their lives for loue work days.
-- : s-Awbut he can reach his climax Congres toimpose a tax upon Egyptian Ther e p s noly.n tion in the United
emphasis, and his few cotton to prevent it from coining into States which works faster or more aye-
And moreover, esa ete with our Sea Island coon. That nc. In the leaner W the commit-n

Ws i h speeches a ntrei us.bill had not beqhad assrved, nor even re- tees confe and while these committees
Sabundant good humor and onrtedback for it h e committee, and are deliberating the of Dishop and the
aeI es effectively told and with didn't expect it tobe, for he knew Presiding Elders devote their energies
Salws s apiarentto th dullest earnthat until there was mera werevision o the towardstationll be pr preachers forth
SSStasndil a But it is noteworthy, tariff made by the Republican mjotaity, coming year. Fhe Florida Conferee
ihI a else, that Mr. Clark addresses a revison certain to come after the repreosnts people to the number of
S the al tell ence of his audience, Presidential election, he could not ex. about thirty thousand. It is organized
I '.. sno rabble rouser, appealing to pect an exception to be made in favor the moment it opens and work proceeds
s ..and p.judices to carry his of the single Item of E "yptiun cotton. ra dly.
S lts. He taoks like a suitere man, But hise w bi had served the tpuripoe he many of the preachers will arrive in
wh oLy believedwhat he said, intended, for it had beemocr dsat, bussed in Tamp on the 10th of December, and
ad s e impress"i that his earn- committee, and its merits w oulre d be obMethere wll be preaching at the Hyde
at desire as a pubbe man is to pro- vious that distinguished republican Park Church on the evening of the 11th
S meo te best interests of his constitu- leadeft had assuredhin that when tar- of December. On the 12th of Decem-
S& o much for Frank Clark, per- iff revision came, Sea Island cotton ber Don. C. McMullen will deliver an
1 Congressman from the Second should be protected against competition. address of welcome and the response to
-=klt of lorida, and quite ixel to He was op ed to a protective tarif this will be by Bishop C. B. Galloway,
na prepared speech last night the law of the land, and it would be Methodism, who will preside at the sehn-
mo.without notes in a pleasant folly for our people not to get its full sion.
In 'wp allhieZ a lily Interest Thos we many other features of Leon Sheuld Be There.
as a good many things we Mr. Clark's address whieh we must omit JACKSONVILBA, Dec. 2, 1907.
W1lhat. what 8ssidsawVre is not a eivlnclg spee h throughout, just JOHN G. COL.Wq, Tallahassee, Fla.:
tobea rep6rtofWe speech, the kind a seansib onstituent wants to MY DEAR SIR: I am In receipt of your
Iynopeis, but merely some of hear from his servant in Conpreas, ar of November 29th, and notice
the I onts. He frsttold about and jut the kind, also, to show that the hat you are urging Leon County to
I the Ia l of hitting legislation people made no mistake in selecting make an Exhibit at our Florida Mid-
wer ose of Congress, their representatives in Washington. He winter International Exposition.
under the Reed rules govern- will go back beyond question, and, al- I do not know of any way that money
I 5gerv the Speaker of ready prominent in the House, he will could be expended by your County to a
i lute master, and no increase that prominence until he ranks better advantage than a proper and
S bi Abe considered without among the leaders, Mr. Clark waa con- complete exhibit ot Leon's resources,
er his consent; no member recog- gratulated on his speech last night, and at our Florida Mid-winter Expositio.i.
Si as the floor, no matter how loud many in the audience shook hands with There will be thousands of people here
he bawled for recognition to present a him. to study the resources of lorida, and
billormake a motion, unless the Speaker Tas WaU Street Gamblinji. sr there is nro county in the Ste
majority w absolute hm, The willof Wh should not the government of ment than old Ieon. I certainly shall
theSpeaker was absolute over that ma- the United States tax Wall street aKrn- I'fel a great pride in -eein!Z such an e-x.
jorit S Uder such circumstances to get blng? P. presentative Hepburn, of hibit .s your county .an make, made at
a bit r C onre a m Iowa, Chairman of the H uset Commit- this Exposition.
s task no matter what its merits tee on ntersta ( r, thinks it ur buitdinfs are rapidly nearing
mlasesk, rom o mostten trtininm is- should, and TI'l w%,ridi behelves the comnpletloa, and ev,ry mail lranis ,me
S. mo u.nditr.tof do measure he adv ci.e i. sound. assur.tnce of Countvy 'xhihbts, individ-
Inbusinef, Mr Clark snoke of the Mr. Hepturn s.y :. ual exhiti.s, and al-.o of the large ,t-
R.en bsines. s.nM^. Ca .inok onft I also regard it as most desirable teridance. from the, vtrous Sections of
present stringency in financial con it that the taxing powo-- .f hlie govern- our country.
wag a pic without a legtmte cause ent should ie ust'ed i)o lrevt g m- lailrowt.tI, think. withof)t l dou.t
as there was plenty of money in the I ng in railroad sto- v y taxini tl will carry all (" i ,.v exhibits fr-e, .nl, i
country when It was brought on, nd sales where di i- 'v n t ia'ie 'a within later on will gii. i. iexcur.ion rate-s
there was never a higher level otU en- such re-asonable t In II: n.:eae tat oncc or twice atw.' w, witn tlhe Stat'
eral property But the short,e of the tratoa(etion wa'4 jbet filt. find not I holpe that yi will preenrit the oiin
currency was here. and it was a condi for Ipeculationl. pi'rtatce of a pr y' r *'xhtiihit i, ,ot''i,
tion w ich we had to confront and pro- So l a r' 'i ,"in n culling sch a wy that yeur eope
video againd" Th- government w onn iparip'ris and i! h,,,t, ,h' t,it ifieon or0f, will t ink a.,s voi a d.1, ind wali raly aHl, i
.abu nt te o v"...... perm-nt wa 'actual deli vr\' of tti't k.. k, .'eul titin rnake ai. exhibit io which the St tt., iti
certificates to relieve the situation.. andil r wdtkrb t, t e re ,,' it I ic bank -r ... il ) o---'
he intended to go to thi m l. t ma ,,ter Yimt (uliki, l)irector G ner.,
Week, seethe Secret ry of the Tre. ur)risls whi, h nited( i s,,c ulators le.ft here, iast w..k,. to ti. .
weKd If posae Sgretnaeut t Ore$r py- high rates for r. f nv. A ttht ir ef wh.lle Ja i.anes-4i. nt. .frorm. Jam-...
those ertificates sent o the anks in forts are so attracts.. *1ity ,banks town t)o Jacksonvii.e. to intall th <; i'
t-is district, which amount would be that the b nks ar -,i ed to make, at the Florida Mld-winter Exposi tl
ample to supply the shortage here He loansout.lde the would ask to e rest of the Florida dele- business. ITh' n t ,y Vfled to in- feature, with many others that we will
o tin Congresstojoin with himin volve the bank in .si. ,lation but it hve.
is q t and believed that it would withdraws the mnicy from legitimate Now 'et us have an exhibit of there
bo complied with. These short-time, in- business enterprises. sources of Florida in this great bui 1-
t rest hiring certificates, backed b' All this is notoriously true. For ing, and we will present one of ti l
the Governmentare as goods d three weeks and i.!itim.tte bi t i- grandest Exoiostions that h.i beene
and their sale down here to the amount ness has be. n ble.d white i order that made in the South since 1884 to 'M-., at
stated would turn loose ullent dmoneycah cou.d be pro)%,led to kee, New Orieans.
to tide s over until the return of nor- the all street gamtlin game in op- i'na.king yo u for the interest that
.al conditions. ration. Y..ter.iy,. after the United you have mafe..' ste, aid appe.aing t
Next Mr. Clark spoke of the high States Treasury had again taken decis- our good people, I have the honor to:
ex er t a o he p e fn steps" to increase the volume of cur- be, esp. fully.
i e e riI ri the cm.ine g seso of o rency, one of the earliest proofs of the W. H SEBRINGU.
I duringth coming season of new reteration of confidence" came President Advisory Board, I". M. .
nStas of the vatsu, of t o in the Inmuncement that Stock Ex- -. -.
00 of el eott tax eokta l d change brokers took off restrictions as When to Ge .ee.

o Uni ted M gambling is such a Wh tired out go ome. Wen you

a Ilegalthelyngidmt d si on It can nu
created ha hofd bee lYegltoere .i ilrte slw others that you have reformed, go
SI pwar sprej4ie. blW bem sItren at rthel. ne we fact Whon you w_ nt to,
availed to lefmat t e. and thme remark- su.a. .. It can -dat deselpa o- o OU lfo at your best go tome and

vnted fre o gett I t fOr o mr g r i- w ,ambd It one of- te ..s. pxceop "" a whole household" o ei which we woul
Clie iaws t ts _rujc are euappo.. Of the count, exept for the and a". pc risea. F" r ... .l-
ily oif t he woaf| are i4--. ... ..--.tylyihakbe-ween byO C Ta h rfls I*r( C *rllir F lt
M i P e e of -publi- >b" W( ee an d the asattery.-
SbL *MI hhat they wiU help ii. t- .. New York WewtT- The ka T* Te S laV I
i., I* ifltto gOive the money For amy 0oet ordinary disease, of SuppoM you had a dweet little babyV,
So u t e th daring te eoing ski Chmbsrtani's Salve a oxeellent. In whom, of coure, youo whole life

,,t fC HIe has put Iin a t neI t oly taoas the itCh ,g sad smart- would be wrappt up; esppoe you
S at wok t efee a ere. For sale by should cowe to the gaU@ of a arreat as-
gr ig aw d tim earrylag that dw little buadle ofe
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them Sur. -ymptoms -oWayahunrry, ........ I
rn :s und-r .e ryes. nut gaini.e ,, LosTr-La aci t. r v Whulwto-
weight ,and yelsuw cuomp aileo. A few liver com d a sA. City dug tw, "
does ofu Wiato's Or'wA Vortue wil 64 ,on. Do., c nen to name of
exp t all eW as a pave cure Siotable reward it retaseId to.
and re* bl i a aS per bott Ie. AL
SeM&_ia^-^^^k 0KGBBIBBILJSK*BaiBf

!| -at be -rt a t m.tu PaJ TM -B *ni ahl
Swas oe aftrad to wo nSi 3
r e a wm uld door thA tar .111111w1
Pll-t so tny th as but orf lB lom
a-I a.wafeeiwwdwoaI't the state of t mbwer,
yo ).t lHke to sad fellow who PtyNmouth i
enftired that law~ before the con- Io
eentrated motetIofthe world and turkey, wee
"give him on:,e k" Well that is (some of u)
exactly what this grt nation gone beautiful custom li
on reod asl was some men by the Pi
ago. but t i oay nmw brought out in were keld th
conestion with "me of the provisions relaesof the Jausior
of th;immlratlon law that s ijust will take place Suday
being put into elect. It seems that a M. L Church.
Chinese merchant, who was of unqoes- Mm Mary WooeR y iM
tieoid tandingland wealth in this ~on- giving with her
try. went to his native land on a visit, as her guests, al
takio ng his wife with him. While they Miss Wood Vheatll
were there the stork came along. When remained til ia SS S
they returned to San Francisco there a visit home. The other
were three of them instead of two, and remained till Suaday.
the greatest of these was the baby. The ." ." _.'
offiteis said the law would not allow Miss Eula. GIMewell w
the baby to come in. although the moth- 'en s 3
er and father had an undoubted rirht to giving with her act n I
enter. The matter went to the officials Miss Myrtle Gramllag, of
at the seat Jf government, after volu. ville, spent T t
ominous correspondence back and forth and remained till t .
among various and sundry more or less with the family of Mrs.
stupid officials, and finally actually o.her friends.,
reached the Scretary of the Treasury. Miss Lilla Smith, teacher .
This official was big-brained and big Dale School, spent Thea
souled enough for the position he held, her parents. Mrs. John
and he was bighearted eubugh to deal panied her.
with that mother, and above all, with Messrs Jim Bradleo Jr. of
that baby as the representative of Un- Thomas Bradle1, of I
cle Sam ought to deal with such a sub- Powell, also o Oak t
ject. His simple Adorsement was, Wallace Bolen, of L do
'tBurn all this correspondence, let the Thanksgiving at .
poor little baby come in, and don't make Mr. M .lesj *
ools of yourselves."-Woman's Na- _,. wh w
tional D..ily re t roter, f
A Very Pleasalt lvlmafg we are conet.abed tol
Mr. and Mrs. J. J IHo1d gwm then m a I tim.he list a
pleasant hosts last Sat lr afteo l Jus.tifable ramfo
of a large gathering of frieMn ad me* r. Wil w M_ of
hers of the Womam* Club. Tlldies AUn the oiee of 0t ation
had arranged for a *10lver Tea," thM tMporarly
dual object being mall enje t ad Mr. C. J. English ispt
financial gain. A free-wl 0oorin otf with his daughter, ]s,.Will f
silver, amountinr to about $80, was the lest Friday Mr. IngHiab
pleasing result of the latter. Qtlcey thil weIk. W.
Mr. W. C. Hod the ao of the lAM p. I. -,m Ysr
house, Is a great or of hortltmre, Chai Thursday n a visit
and an extensive traveler, eseaUOAn Her husband, who is one
tion which has made the W ll ffr. effectipreacher I oie our
dens and conservatory one of Talla- was f two yare the pop
hassee's ".how places. ITroplealptats shares, and he and his cu
of numberl-es vardities flourish Indoors have hosts of friends here who
and out of doors, while thrysanthe- delighted to have her visit them. ,
mums, roses and all the native flowers Miss Mamie Snipes intends l
,re found in r r 'At abundance and per- next Mo. ..ay morningfor
fiction. Th- h,,ieo is an old one, r next moioy mornith g friends.
modeli .and il i from time to time, haten te vsit, so t attend
until hoW t ,e I 'rlti.r i s one o t nu .l ....e'rence, w... soi.con meets th
mo4t chrm'nl., ;,iraril i and artistic .ual C.*rnce..o win mof ,,s, o
that oulr city in biost of. Heauiiiul .xt we k. 1,
('irra; r ni..Oihl -*, t.'aring the mellow Some uch needed improvemeaWt a
tints of .it -, tr,,.i lt:ly, oil pa.ntinis being made to the dlrpot building beie.
from S.cil, i I e'xqi-iie embroideries Dr Stuken, o' Lloyd, was on a
Ii io Al 'r r. i,, ia n niu the ornaments fesmon,,l visit to this burg last .
i. tilh. tent i- ii t-nents, all sou- Misis Bertha Cotton, of Raleigh, .
veiirs. M tie i trande. C., w- w ilu wl aepind mna with betl
f,,* .ni.. I h ir slty and tasteter, her.-, M.s. J C. Upchurch has d a t
"'.y *l ' h.. w, g"w won a priz- of on hundred dollrafrom
st'lit.i irn- I .. I in.tnc from a the Exposition in some kind
, rt I, i ,. hal, we r. -hunich' of, a luiusitc 0l contest, which she entered
of <| I e v i n '. .4'd clusters o of while on a rce it visit tllu re.
lu' W I .1 ,~"o d1 lig tne Mr. and Mrs. Barnes arrived Sud"
c.i ,v ,. r r wi, op..n to the and will be domicied at Mirs. G. .
il.,c. ..I le i .t I u 1i afternoon. n .w a I'atter iun'' for Lirti i men. ti-' whitl
ri. ;I +i .I .I ud a lri-ri ag the Mr. B. i on business ciectled with
in ,,y o j interest lte be seen the new railroad.
Pv. r w, er., Mr. ard Mrs. Harley Boyd went an a
lh r i, irly wrr Mrs J. J. vist to Tallahassee last Friday.
il,. e thi .1 i e.-, Mr'. Hrevard, Mi-. Asl c I'atter.'on and nher brother,
Mi-. 1', I4 t',y anud Mrs. Julius Gwvnn., who are making such a be
if r-clhi, rg. rec'ird e iis ild nts at Souihern Colle,
An e a,- nid well-r, ndered mu- will .n n t Xna with their parean~,
siw ,I r ra i .:redtly added to the Mr. and Mrs J. H. Patterson.
pl'. ire 4 1 Iue 4 So-ne of the Te other stuJeint of Chaires', In
iiain.,s .. in ,r'i r .rm ne were nam.s other dcolleg.s. are also doing nie*,
of Kirw.r . vsi I-ri ito Tall,hse4pee. Mr. Hunter Woejdberrv a medieval t-
w,. h Id mtlld v 'e,'w e tied to xing for ..ent of Vi ii aud Mr. Haramnem
tP g.o,,d of th.. cS.i.ti. Amon, Ihhm .mith % at Emory.
w,*r.- .Mri ,lr,, ,',', r, ,I c n, ,.. M ss
r..t lie S'neh Si.n Ano Me'ers W. Id.,1. *f C" ad and, --- -- .
o, P'hil d Ip 1,. P. M Shr v i-e w.ilt Tie ei, iotnin truer, ur uu.e we .
kn w t' ,ur (x*o,,.e, ht.avig made omes-, or ai.ore far-reac.tin, or
,-nay p *viu- vi here. Hlie his a educative, than creations or aa Iae
b.-util iie. r voice- and has won a healthy im. nation. The leg*Je
well dsnerve. popuiu.riiy h-re lv his Salnta. us is truO f rom th e rt
willingn.,ss t, -ing on occasions of this that it connects tne chllish indl
ki ,, the mysterls of relag o1 and is a
&t"frehm, ,f sn n Iwicho,, tea and step in he dereculim of belf,
fruit wrre. rnvd in the dtiing r >om. tarmer i. not only a irm belever-tb
.e,,d i., ti I ,art' p,,'h wHS d's nseJ .,nt Clau. who !, a .rt of a
Iby .ri. C; o i) cWr'l4 nd M s. Ma Christian festival, but he bliV--
n"i- Me-,t, "ro.n m agninceant cut- in Famries, and the basis of that-&i
" ases bewi, r+,und who-e edge hung is very simple, How could a'.*_ o I e ..,.d purplle grap lienn, I, limit of lime set for no traceof truth in it? How eaa1
th' r.'c'epta-, ,h.. jucits lingered, loth ideals of youth and of old agO -i
to l.a,'e th. *,. of so much beauty, thlems.lves so cunningly to a Ut>
pleasure a ,i .. < person thin tne an matter over. and ft1
A Meoarty e.poette be readily pIrv is wi at mto., t, ,,I's but is of no h sn Ior^ ",. .. __l
tO t 11llha i .--.Ilw.l ndlier 1I rila Is


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g of Dry Goods, Clothing, 1
own on the Market at Greatly

Shoes and Hats I
Reduced, Prices.

to be

Dress Goods
ble shades
sell at 5

I. 5o pieces of
in all desira-
s. Worth and
Oc Sale price
- 33 i-3c yd

Coats and Skirts,
quality, fit and
are guaranteed.
is your chance.


Volles, 44 inches wide in
Black, Brown and Navy
regular $1.25 a yd. Sale
price - 89c yd

54 inch Broadcloth.
ular $1.00 yard.
price -


One lot of all wool Waist-
Ings, very pretty de-
signs, worth Soc and
75c. Sale price 25c

Fine showing of Ladies'
Dressed and Ready-to-
wear Hats to be closed
out at actual cost.

Silks 36 in. black Taffetas
$1.75 value, sale price
a a $1.39
$1.50 value, sale price

$1.25 value, sale price


We are overstocked in aa,'s and Boy'sI
Clothing, and we must reduce it. In order
to do so, we have marked the prices way
down. Don't buy before you see our cloth-
ing. No Misfits.

line of plain and
Silk and Net

Waist ever shown here.
They will go at the sale

27 in. Taffetas,
$1.25 value


all colors
. 95c

We built our Enormous Business by giving our Customers Absolute Satisfaction

Star Brand Shoes are Better. Manl Ords Solicited.

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Waist patterns at
New York cost.



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0M'lJ'if*d hiates Senat~or.! 0 W'it 1A m ru i tj' t9 h.1 1 0'r'o' hy~
4" irent Governor. c'r-111towiti, arid il 1rO toV114 -eep aid,
amalt Governor. k&~n was pujt b;&,rot ouX' 's'a j ft irn thirily tilill-h~.,and tw-tUiE4 Wro .
i ) ~out et oththe but- an an, onl'y hotloe uamthe yI'. 1144 :tlifujttwely~fmyoie
ter. k te ult Mort thzm, Ju~iilfl d t~ie0cti .61 il ~ m~s~r~~rsa~p
tbatenve~tic~, ~r,'w~ Brant~ '1 Witholt question driqvU1e 1zw
19~A jY id*m11W wini' h0e P0~e4W Mor 41 tot" Ehai ay*''"II
thie city whence ~oitaLtS candidate otthdpcesiide uy ONLYAJ[O.W ) i(jd:* .9kCJAID T HT L
has ever polled, before or 8ince4 (UWv*e A1Q4TM~Og~iS ~ "i
lpli *.pt~s o lod Lcio4od. lIn 1VW it, would htlve Rim-U TN46B S
r enoughtW redeem- the countryIm
gvr-Poozo~f o. id kee~ 4&- t ,C $~ta'

,04 biY 1appOi. Wvtives. Qr I-I AiJawl'Il Pool-Thp ho
q= Bryan' Ii W ho-Vietof Li
p 194, we SIM :o =Snt-k shoo
goat, afdrtf1 t'04d' i",fx EL WNW0TU~4IK6 W.7H.
k Id bax~adiothlga up to sit ieftuil Te
spiatifor t I = rf~- the 1i~tforfl t$n")d1 01W-th
it 4 #a decided candidtO. Thvey ecited asrimwboso Gen
part. who hho
~j Otrtvrt toket ra khrit plain thHt Of experince..
Sg ucianIn the he, in eappi~hng r.Arw a k cx.
we should go priencod no cdateaao f heat lo ni whis
~"'pipe d rears. "abould see Ow greed W4 ~Dwnvcrar orii b h Pbi
lot n upieof P~rt~y, with a "vlesfe oW we" leader potna he ubi
~~M~1th nesurrie t har head, rse"in her might lied Patr0#490 14 aoncited
114tdar eriW the ground. hiti t od Repu1b&aIPary sarand aatiU*1acJOji jua ran SAVANNAH!,4
4 nglymtthe "limit" lexuls blow, that wotild "nod JRoosevvelLtefed.-. .M t)W
W:4 tne akto his bear chliqu, and all the Ito- I .4 W
'~~ h~le Conit~ public leaders, in a bunch lnWs the
O tkdki.TlpEven.- shadeiItof jprivate lifeBut Alas!I Alas' ev id!riud aln
arri, forp. fuval. Is now a:~~ t"~Spt~v* TW0
for C.. tooeso, Ie.r ailMtod naky.hs good ,a racei U hSI A~r~~uv-
~~.pwr7. NebraskAn had.,evezn in H Aad o U*Ii ~VER(III SA
-~ --- ---~*~they told. tieand 1the Savatritkah.1%urln-
-Pe" U rexon injtN~wsis ?nd or repeat th~ghis!*toate-,DIRT
mahirAomp~eion was bad and gntmt; tha "the Fa !idera oI thy ,IIOAIV..and YARD. 1
~~~L~into g e$sit u.DtM~oratlc patny ar&~t% tpJNIsed utoMr. CONTRACTOR~.*
.13 l bnd oompJxzon is caused. "W"~YA1, but thdtt rrv wn1 'iof L111
tiv4) liver. An iactit ve lhver fatty fsbt MMt.' Now' M r. I cIlIlt (or. S tate Agt*nt for VicIIF
VX~OCnaiuLIWI Jy ly k- thwkiiide'C. "polflto rvana. ard t
bino. j~heuuvqoLdr.AkuknitW~ae kohIs flb'Iiruit"t w. wili Austin Road Mach~inryff
aft leadd 4W T I Wciuld like very III tLhI PlfVoiq'. 't rtttovr.,-, *Al ITO Hollers,!, fullAd]intorn
to Jdgeand rs.atna' ~io~ee the JMmfkcw'itifc oarty '('ri t~ Iillq zt ~~h- hn
TIgm4giar.1?1i4Iu-Si. ij't nt1"tomit 'I ()~diIall. *'l" ~ wlLid o).uI atk~d toy )hiu m, 6"1 i Nt- .C.10
liko MIIFy 4mdI'.1AftLewei rtturnMdI win-if we riudt. put up a rivin, %i r:j iatied four. See him If 4r furthir 1artiefa-
1l 44 k ron fwtloag vit4It to Hl-ta~rj~q. haiul, l ifi(U. an to, lIoilt Ui. t-i -itl iti fr-016r rfllit4hL4 't~ -o. 0. P i- 7'llisli'la -
~l~eeyr ,ab4 njtvyed. Iparty..Itheii tL441yff and I ftain ii' i u) V.b
W i.M't dC. hf?~or ban ru'turrrod tr(Jw, ti01' I0"&'Wr w"01 tle, I,-'1 1w-.1(1
we-mutiths visit to h, r imoth-r ~if, &I't.t tIf ert W u.1t kavta ',~111 -A ~III
all andolph, who h.~plas I Hit L.uH'eidntalI
y* rda~fes Jt1I tsh ,ju l U iUhelrn ;irf v ei t )I
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Tallab Friday. DEC. 6, 197.

whi.'T advaiv mptsloe ar fot Aw"Ptod
I *e on* a hRw aves *prte In I.

IAon county should show op best at
the State Fi'r st Tampa ard at the
Mid-winter Expwitionu at Jeaksonville.
We can easily make her do It!I
rome In with the True I)Im 'rst. and
le's enltarre thp plant and posvr wrrd
work just a little harder to push Talla-
hebpe sand old L eron to the frent. A
Iorer newspaper and lots of advertising
will do it.
W*ltitr of lon,. T, T. orlrktvn,'s
death, Editor FPprrs. of the iplept pop.
per, PVS : "We knew Mr Ptekter n li
thrvwrh his career. from ,hle ho1hnod
ptil hi e death, and we korw of "ftw IP-.
PPat I 1e life that will not bear the
e reasrt he' cridlwt n *"
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A ro n rameu Pvre,-i- bow like Prven
Ir Phl'edelphis el.imsi tn havae olved
prohkm of tturolw alive'r P tn ofrdl.
the the rfost ,tpr~*'ip Part of the
Sn pit lon is thpt PW 000wort of stilvr
pro'V\ J90,000 worth of otel. Blit
mIrkes ,re he a s halinr up of the old
won't the ,, is true
world if th- --'-. -.
and newsv St. PeterbhMre,
The neat 'perindet is a pleasnt and
EveniPnf Ind. i,v visitor to our exchbnre
Interestiw doillin11 Powell deserves
tabhe. Editor V ,, splendid newmnvwMr
much credit for t.. ole nd eity, and it
he makes for his p* I;teral ptronare/
is pleasing to note th,'. hlm make the'
be is relvlnr to hel r 71t
extra good paper possible. ,
Hon. Park Trammell, at wast, may
have good cause to aeow that there are
too many Senatodal candidates coming
from Jacksonville, because he must
have hpd, at one time, reasons to believe
most of the Hig Ikes there would sup-
port him. Another Adminiatration can-
didate, who slips up In getting what he
had a good right to expect. Oh incon-
alatenry Oh 1 rPrtitude!
Next week's insues of the True Dem-
ocrat will come to you as our Christnman
number, In handsomely engraved cover.
This issue and that of the 20th, the two
papers before Christmas, will afford
you the best rmeans of advertising
Christmas and Holiday Goeds, rnd the

rates have been made so reasonable
that every one doing business In Tells-
hasees can afford to have some space In
It. Advertise your buslnemn.
A Pittaburj disp.tch. 24th, says : In
two weeks twenty-fivew raduates. four
college professors and two clergymen
have become conductors on Pittshburg
street car lines. They claim they could
get no other work. "We have excel-
lent reports from every one of them."
said an official of the company to-day.
"The ministers particularly are doing
well. One runs a car after midnight
through the worst part of the city. Last
nlpht toughs started a flghtt, but the
minister-conductor restored order be-
fore any one was hurt "
When we have love and course
enough to go to the one whom we feel
ha.i wronged us, or wronged another,
and to show him our thought of his er
rur. if he hears us--and in moat instan.
enm he will hear us-vwe have done him
9 good. done others good. and done our.
s. Ives good. If he do"e not hear or
heed us. we have dons ourselves good
and have laid the foundation for domg
him good. We have at leat opened up
the way to the next step, which to
take with us "one or two more," with
the motive and hope that good and only
good shall come to him as well as to
thOne whom we fel he hasa wronged.
Ilided. if we obey the spirit as well
as the words of Jesus. we shall do
everything to the end that evil may be
defeated sad that the hithmt possible
g wdny come to every one. Every
altuatlea will be seen and employed as
one oitunity to do every one good
am d no one eVil.-Joel Rufus Moseley,
I, t M6iteae SeUtiml.

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There are some people always look-
ing out for slights, says the Palm
Beach News: They cannot pay a visit,
they cannot even receive a friend, they
cannot carry on the daily intercourse of
the family withoutpipecting some of-
fense is desi ge- They are. itpabAly
as hair -gers. If they meet an as-
quA nce on the street who happens
oe pre-ocupied with business, they
attribute his abstraction to some mo-
tive personal to therwflve, and take
umbrage accordingly. They lay on
others the fault of their own irritabili-
ty. A fit of indigestion makes them
see impertinence in everybody they
come in contact with. Innocent per-
sons who never dreamed of giving of-
fetse, are, by momentary taciturnity,
mistaken for insulters. To say the
least, the habit is unfortunate. It is
far wiser to take the more charitable
view of our fellow beings, and not sup-
|ose a slight is intended unless the ne-
glect is open and direct. After all.
life takes its hue, in a great degree,
from the color of our own mind. If we
are frank and generous, the world
treatsus kindly. If. on the contrary,
we are suspicious, men learn to be cold
and cautious to us. Let a person get
the reputation of bing touchy and
everybody is under more or less re-
straint; and in this way, the chances of
an imaginary offense are vastly in-
creased. People who fire up easily
m ss much happiness. Their jaundiced
tempers destroy their own comfort us
well as that of their friends. They'
have always some fancied slight to
brood over
Jacksonville has another full-fledged
candidate. This time tie Hon. Ion L. Far-
rip, at the "solicitation of many friends.
and after thoughtful conalderation," has
announced that he will be a candidate
against HiIn Frank Clark for Congress.
Duval's grand total of cand dates up to
date is: Hon. John N. C. Stockton, for
Governor, Hons. Dunan U. Fletcher.
A. 0. Wright, W. M Bryan, for U. S.
Senator, Hon. Ion L. Farris, for Con
gre"e, amd Mr. Barre may yet be hearr'
from Of course. every one of them has
the right to run. and no one will blame,
Duval If they can all he elected. but d,
not the people of Duvil think Iheir cit
isenship are asking too much and thsa
the whole bunch may get left throurl
des ring the "whole sorth and the full.
ne thwreof ?" But has not the Hon
Ion L, undertaken the birgrest job o'
the lot ? He may he a big andmpovula
man. but the peoDle of Frank Clark',
district will hardly m ke the swap.
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Are you having trouble with you
kidneys ? There are ,kl of people t
day who wonder why ,hey have pd in
scros the lack, why they are tired an
lacking in energy and ambition. Yo,
kidneys are wrung. Thel need reli.
without delay. Take DeWitt's K-d
& Bladder P ls: th y r*e for we
back, inflammation of the bladder, barI
ache and weak kidneys Su.d by
druggists. *
When vou want a nice granite o
marble monument, write the Thomwa
vlle Marble works, A. Whlika. U


Mr. McCouren, United States Mar-
hal of the Northern District of hFlri-
1s, is In the itry.
Coitnl Fred. Cu. berly. Coll etor of
\ustoma at 'Wrt Uedar Keyl, and one
i r ri'a t prominent lawyers. is
,I the OfihaL
John rawford. one of Pensacola's
sing yi wyers, is visiting his
. rents I Tallmahs m
See and read the handsome supple-
,in tmitab issue of the nvw .er.
.evy Bros ewe otlfring some iplalid
ducemeantetoo it 1ntid inmatM ta *ar
rue store. full of goods.

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Miss Madeline Cohen. the charming
and ted dabter of Mr. and Mrs.
M our e Cohen, ad guest of her seat.
Mrs. Jlitus Diamomd. cetributed much
to the please of the gumts at the
Silver Tea" lbet Saturday afternmo
Miss Cobs e a brUlliat oel e mnist,
and a Tallahassse asdene is always
pleased to fnd her rame en the pro-
An snew i sieeneme. .

-A s- -e ase betM, |
T. Nau am. T e0pOtWftem. ri .

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lea ontleiatf o mome t ou
proeli -A1a 14 WM of *-
hibitln meaes thti the popular
e"st ha a beq, a m that e
quently pmiLle fer s man to win
agalmt his party orealastion by tak.
ing uptllofgan. WW progress isob-
vious parts f the country, it is
most rapid in the South, where the rea-
son for it is yost clear. If liquoris the
general stimulant to crime in every
State, it is still more potent where ne-
groes are abundapt, and the realization
of this fact helps to explain the very
rapid growth of the prohibition move-
ment in Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky,
Texas, Mississippi, and other Southern
States. In the last five years the cause
has been helped greatly by the exist-
ence of the Anti-Saloon League, with
met hods so different from the old pro-
hibi*lon This new body ap-
peals to the reason and talks facts.
Nobody could believe it fanatical. It
furnishes figures. It calmly demon-
strates effects. It studies the saloon
from the standpoint of the economist.
And the country is becoming converted.
At the present rate of movement, the
Issue must before long be forced upon
the parties In every State. Skepticism
about the possibility of prohibiting no
longer swefis. Where public opinion is
strong, prohibition Is sufficiently possi-
ble to mean an immeasurable advance
in the prosperity, virtue, and happiness
of the race.- Collies's Weekly.



,-fti W

Sday s M
en rdei the fithe
uothe ?ew
1,0. (Wt have n d *uK
When they w ere W N Sd
the influence of
vf their chrate m t
Virtue. to the pr6())tlfnM 'tl ",
principles for whh r O
their deaths were, with a i
deep sorrow, we mourn t -ir 'll t
only because the personal t 'lh
bind them to up are covered, and. we no
longer enjoy their eomp'.ao.nilp, Wt,
a an OrJer, we feel that the m- of
our organization are thereby, and to the
extent of their influence for agod, de-
pleted We cherish their memorleg In
our hearts. whatever faults they .sy
have had we inscribe upoq the and that
they may he soon effaced by the watem
of humanity's errors, and remembered
by us no more forever, but their vir-
tues we write upon the tablets of love
and memory, so that our hearts may tI
softened to all mankind by the reol-
lection of our departed brothers, whom
we believe would have It so.
In this custom we are fulilling the
highest law of our Order, which Is di.
reacted to the building of perfect man.
If thin is not the object of our Order,
It has no place in the progress and de-
velopm,-nt of our world. We hold
that the moral progress of man Is his
first duty to society; the progress of his
character, which begin in theself-eon-
trol of his will and In obedience, then In
the rectitude of his conduct, and then in
prudence and the whole range of duty.
which embraces intellectual, physical
and religious development.
We realize that the distinctive forces
of this life, those forest which, operate,
ing upon society, mike for Its demoral*
isation and the unhappiness of Its mem-.
bers, are selfishness, greed, pride and
insincerity, those forces we are orgai.
ised to combat, out of them apr 'gthe
evils which we would correct. rhogh
we may not hope to reform a *orld, we
at least may cultivate ainong mrwelve
a friendship that, embracing ou entire
membership, [Us make, for thi ulti.
mate upl jtl of man, the ennoblilpg f
his chQicter and the consequent glori.-.
reof of our Heavenly Father. Why
.,# not men kinder ,t9 one another
than we aref low much the woid
needs kindness! How easily it Is
dow I How ntantanteously ft acts 1
And how infallible _t is remembered,
says Drummond. Tkere is no debtor in
the wgr!d so honorable, so superbly
honorable, as love. Brewing says th it
it is the energy of life: "For life, with
all it yields of joy or woe, And hope and
fear, Is just our chance, 0, the prie 9of
learning love-How love might be, hath
been, indeed, and ti."
This virtue in the supreme possession
of humanity, it is the hope of our sal-
vation, it as the spark of divinity in our
lives, it is the educator of our races, it
is the builder of our character, it is the
shaper of our destinies, both temporal
and eternal. It in the only permanent
thin in human life, and as Drummord
says: "The irreAtest thing In the world."
By the cultivation of this virtue and its
dissemination among our membership
we hope to set examples of unselfish-
nesa, i(eneroeity, humility and sincerity.
and hy this means counteract as far as
possible the forces of evil which mak"
for the disflitur.ment of our lives and
the destruction of our hope in God.
This virtue we propose shall be the
foundation of our triendship, the mo-
tive of our conduct.
The memories of our deceased broth-
ers are theretore dear to us because
their lives are bound to us by their tie.
Our lodge has suffered the loss of two
members: Brother H D. Hartt, who
waus born in Charlotte, New Brunswick,
on the llth day of June. 1869. and died
in Boston, Aug., 1905, and Brother A.
W. Hall, who was born in Walthenville,
Georgia, December 9, 1879, and died in
Tulluhaessee, February 3, 1907. Brother
Hiartt was admitted to mmhberhip
February. 1905. and Brother H dl Octo-
tier 8, I 05. Tneir labor are finished,
we walk with them no more upon this
*arth, but in our hearts we cherish
their memories and feel th t in their
olaces while am 'ng us the did what
'hey could for the good of our order
We commit them to the judgment of
,he AlIwie and Merciful Father who
we believe will reward them according
.0:o their motives which were good.
Mrs. R C. Lonar wil t. ke boarders at
her residence on North Monroe street.
terms as reasonable as cn be secured
elsewhere. 41-2t
WAwraDo-Position as stenotrapner
*y young ad, student of Draughton's
ulleire Atlanta. G t. Apply to P. O.
Kox 21d, or phone 1247. *41 2t
Our adwvertisers are presenting yu
with attractive bargains again ialis
'eek. Go and see every one of them.

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JOR Bo.t sol,
edelatin, Ly
wrCht, oldest t abtare Mr. B at.
wright. o r The rad re wore
eut and doely attdi and the
son was enjoyed by ll preept,
ad miany exprea m a of t bo 6 wl"b-
a for a happy future were extend.L
All the contracting parties will con-
tinue to reside in Leon county.
Peloters aiSetterDego&I
Have a few trained and untrained
dogs-$10.00 to ~000 eamh. Enfllh
Gnd- Birdsong, Pox, Coon and Daer
pounds. Pups $10.00 pair. Well bred,
fast and furious.
36-3m Liberty, 6. C.
Miss Mamie Meggett, of Charleston,
S. C., is the charming guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Hodges.
Don't forget the Lyceum attraction
for tonight.
Mrs. Rachael Dorsey and Miss Flor-
ence Lewi are visiting at Jacksonville
ard Fernandina this week.
A few days ago a lady was heard to
say that the first thing she ever saw
abput a man was his tie. Then, of
co'sae, the scarf pin is escrutinized next.
N icholsot has scarf pins that will bear
scrutiny from the most exacting of
wives and sweethearts. 40.
Mr. Blount Myers, of Tallahassee, is
expected in Jacksonville for the holl-
day& Mr. Myers will be the guest of
his cousins, the family of Mrs. George
A. DeCottoe, at their hospitable home
on Market street.-Jacksonville Me-
Read all of the advertisements Jn the
True Democrat today. There is some-
thing to interest you in every one of
A large number of old Leoni county's
best citizens have been in during the
week attending court, and who made
their local newspaper office friendly
visits. That's right-the latch string
hangs ready, and we are always ready
to welcome every one of you.
Thousands of men and women in all
walis of life are suffering from kidney
sad bladder troubles. Don't neglect
your kidneys. Delays are dangerous.
DeWitt's Kidney and Blatter Pills at.
ford quick relief for all forms of kidney
and bladder trouble. A week's treat-
ment 25c. Sold by all druggists. *
Mr. George W. Mitchell, ono of our
old-time printer friends, but who is now
out of the printing business, and one
of the popular proprietors of one of
the most inviting and best restaurants
at Jacksonville, on Bay Street, made
us a pleasant visit yesterday and left
today for an outing at New Orleans.
There is something about Ken.dy's
L ixative Cough Syrup that makes it
different from others, as it causes a
free yet gentle action of the bowels
through which the cold is forced out of
the system. At the same time it heals
irritation and allays inflimation of the
throat and lungs. It is pleasant to take.
Children like it. Contains no opiates
nor narcotics.. Sold by all druggists. *,
The regular monthly meeting of the
Weman's Christian Temperance Union
will be held Monday afternoon at three
o'clock at the home of Mrs. B. M.
Cates. This iaapn especially important
meeting, so let all members be present
Also please let the superintendents
bring in written reports of the past
month's work.
A pretty arm encircled by a band of
gold is a joy to the beholder. Sea that
your daughter's arm has its rightful or-
nament by purshmsing one of P. T.
Nicholons a lovely bracelets. 40.
Horse Blankets and Lap Robes. Larg-
est stock to select from at J. D. Cakr's.
DIMD, at her home a Madison, at 6
o'clock last Satturday afternoon, Mrs
Laura P. Hinsley, mother of Mrs. Royal
C. Dunn. She was a good Christian wo-
man and ha gone to reap a fall reward
fur such as she is in waiting. The True
Democrat, with Mr. and Mrs. Dunn's
friends extends the deepest sympathy
to the family in their grief and afflic-
A pretty arm encircl by a band of
gold ia a joy to the beholder. Se that
your daughter's arm has Its righLful or-
nament by purchasing one of P. T
Nieholson lovely braceletsa. 40.
Regret for the death of T. T Stock
teon seems to be general all over Florida
if we judge by the newsapers. When
inteIns and kindness combine in any
man wilh force of charastr and the
ability to do things well, that mnum is
always missed when he goes away, for
his kind are not namueros and the
world needs them.-Live Oak Demo-

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W.c TC La11M

Ceajressmaa Lamar Stim
Congressman. W. B. i
the distinction of h ving
Kindergarten Aesoctil to
vidual scholarship f the
young women who wi to
owthat theintltive
b Genera) Lamar, It i i

Conraz on. Who Willa
Isegaten aMpaltenc
lowed by many oth r o-kN
me and women, who ar(t
good with their money,
General Lamar's laoshi
St. Augustine.
Leon Cis tt Cels
The Fall Term of the Cinst,
bas been in session In athil i
the week. Judge J. W. ali e
ing. Owing to rush of adv
job patronage, and not be ing
get and give full proeesdn s.
contain the general presan iat
grand jury. Several important
have been set for trial next week
Mr. S. May 'Walker wil be4f
his own iace of business these
and Walter & Black know how
you a square deal. Their stock .
and complete, and they will tel
right. Go see them.
Lap Robes. Chase and St
at J. D. gay's.
Don't make your final arngn
for the winter until you have
uo Miss Mattie Whatley at 1,
Ser beladinge house on north M
A new assortment of
brooches has jost bee n ree t
T. Nicholson. The patterns ae
com plon as they are beautiful.
SMr. Walden, of Canada, is a
thqLeon Hotel Mr. Walden b
seased of a magnificent baritone
and delighted the guests of the
man's Club receont4l on last
with his rendering of sevoertm
songs. .*
A few days ago a lady was
say that the first thing sheei
about a man was.- his tie.
course, the scarf pin Jipsarutt
Nicholson has sarf pins that
scrutiny from the most exaetI:
and sweethearts.
Mrs. R. C. Low will take b!ee
her residence on North Monroe
Terms as reasonable as n am e
elsewhere. 41
One of Aachus's primiet it I
Hon. W. F. Love, is i the efty
few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh, of A
cola, are making a stay of smine
Tallahasase, the guests of tht
Hon. Emmet WilI. e M* a

as attesdhng the prs sie.. i b,. ,
The ladiens of the
There very meuchaosed witb
els yewhereaw. hex

revenue to their u eain y.
Hon W. V M ooe y s elot
for Atlntds to attend A
Department gt
Don s Emm.a. b

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T IIVIC 'ETABLEA00M k e so L D **i

a or MR sON, e a o ew o g ADErUGHmar M To M elALv

eoo.sIm ted lwte any of he other MA Os of/ t e b
Steo ttei of by the nane prison. Tle saml ARE LKWE AT. TlATe (1$
biobes underand bvirtue the iastingn of est ckholdersa hall Mbe bld at thy Q, (- A 1
whleh Is as follows: so"stof:r opany thefirst Mond y in *
S _,. ,vembero, h yar. at tn o'clock a. m.itTa.a t-- i USINE.S$ AND .COlO tY
AK. TI IL L a. Florida. The ofice of Prssldent suill ht e / b
,btb rporatlon hall be Ut. L.- It=by an electionof the ftckholdw.eruena d, er I C.T DK/RO /N.
an and its prinai a lanee with the laws and by-eaw of t
I beintthe City of Tallaah. Md ,oretio.. The .sard of irectr sshalbl be 3
g a yiinthe tteofki- V eleft-d by the stockholder att heir annual election I
'PushOth Laeon in th~t matde of ald mmoiiitel3 artt*r eri. ni ,,ting of the, stik-
Othera a si tlt may des ltof t hodrll tateIf Florida and th L'n itd eleCt Ihe reinai..ii o a-, pmv deit for by this SfCOt1O
chi trtoer.
'ntii tIhe raniuil t'ling., .nr ~'uchl special meet- GI L.
.SA1TW.ui h : ,d1l U In el utr:. hfr 1.h o itof Fi v ia
o ethwe buunes to Is r. t o i .&t e tbyFILI Ir. -1,i r i t %nhtil.Any. the'f tof
p litiisbe to lan i A It J. vi nC .

t ettfatuainK r r *i'i- t, t V, (,.. .. .. f.t *,.I,: W on. lia.di'n '~
plal In 1:a 1 aind .. ', tt .. 1 i,, nF. t; l in O. N ,N

Uy, e t mpo rt, ex.port ;.nl i. ,, ,,;, "" i "
2ig k.s a nd III'] I IIIr1!,., 1,*S 10 -%'I

i n ~and n ni', ilr ,nie< \\ I a iit.(* 1" ) "/
.) ue1fii acturn. hoffl l .i a, ,
lv M hol tll r e i. 'l"' in u. y f w ii. .,, ., i. I. I. I11 m, '-F l,
&NL' .I r 1nto-4 V-1
te l ort Bi ndet go i' rl> I in 1 al L. ,i, J.., l.. ( S O 1 11.4. '
r tl ne a il nrthr ie i;,.ol ih t: 10 ah r .i r K r .
IeII."rposes nrof Il. in. -al a ra -.1i I H, I. N, iec i. (,1 I it, l 1iFi F f r ir e.
ortlfl's'stotine, lirrari ri ,.na ii j m iiS.tI. l .'t .! -n i 1 ',-
W t e leuik thae ma t sr lndtel rhC
ftwinclaw. isa&A. Hine. re ent, .\ J ;Vi1% : ,1 S'n m ft*i D, T r,-, ...w 4 Co.C1dLA. % IM J P. '
thereof; toi quir, minere. hl n 11 h
aet. g'.i, . #WM-- tthr !nt, lit i st'itmil an l a lle and k W i.,I. ant iuall ii
I lw minirw lt I l t'L .i . O BECAUSE YOUR TABLE ISN KIND To YOU fBE-
itU .tndiiru a mieint r.|>ubr ?anidlowhr IIrI ifiilly ((.t rlt '11, I)(-1 in . o u(ell,- < OA
mudli. buying'. ellinir and oth- i ct in.d o (icut of hiori.l .n :ilf or Ple I SID ES ooD S ERVED ON A NICE TABLE CLoTH
ad thdei ngot in th urchase, safe fill i jLtf Mo t h'iee .r tT
oreds.deinI.h'i"sthit iIACounty of Lo,- in (ancery O LOOKS EBETTER AND TAS ES bE TTER, AND
Sand thepr'l*t hy-G.C. McCal,Cit, nt MaryJ.Girardea. THEN YOU DO NOT WMH TO OFFER iYOUR
Sof every kind and des.-ription William M. Giraidtai. I. h!umo.ind itn rINEI the ri ghtD U O YOU
rIihanlrea. lase. aoiuir' andadl e l hi wif. and s aidlnisitra i r the Tetate UES T OLeD WORN NAPK NS DO Yo ?
and minerals. mineral rights and of Emily M.O C'e in. idece u-d, Jnhn a. ollini .u O
ieondact any business appurtenant and ili ., C. (Co lins. hiA wif.. Julia L Woo.d- CERTAINLY AR E GOlN To SERVE THAT GOB-
ras,r til o. mills and machin- wald anli Fank 1. Wor oAar.l. tier husband it nER N A OT H No TM-
i nutmlorof Ilvl tore sproulr tahe uorigh s. thwise leK offa bon. loen W 'Iuvi A uchteylorC A tollin N W TMLo
a ber. timber. cross-ties, w and C. leMlly, and Itlanche siDMail y. ll wife John I W
Sleaze. hire,uwn and operate W. IeMilly. anti May lhM'illy, his wife, 1. o- TO BUY YOUR TABLE LINENS WHILE YOU HAVE
foramval.tores i lumber another vere DeMilly. E. Marguerteld IMilly. Louisin,$-. $TM ao SL
i i(on or otherwise: to act as iin and Josephine Collins efendants. Fore- PLENTY OF TIME TO ELECT THEM BEFORE THE
r& agent in the purchase, sale, closure of Mortgage. ..
fado.therbuli--,oandMditiys. the allidavito Joleph A. Edmondron.lti;ltco attny-y4
Sof ever. kind. includin thormpant. that the said endant LINEN ON WHICH WE HERE QUOTE Y
ait lud satorresblacksmith'* and DewMlly. In a ridet of the City of Tallahaiisee in ic
saw milltmacwheery and tools aidCounty of Leon. that said defendant May D.
of alt sorts; to buy, buIld. lease, Willy has been absent for mn're than sixty days
,astrl hire, charter or operate s State net preying the 1th day of Here is an opportunity to buy your Christmas Linens at
the tranpoation of. dpropertyor0 much less than usual Christmas prices.
led.trl ownedlor manufactured l, and that the said May DeMilly is under the age
ith business of this co defendant May e be nd herebyinchallLinen Damask, worth today $1.25 at.. $1.00 a yard
tttusesaid means of transport. quired toappear to the bill of complaint herein on4 4
u od.ntbusinessow a Monday. the 2 day of DocembAr. A..IM; thpt 72 inch all Linen Damask. worth $1.60 at - -$1.25 a yard
t upon lease, use and maintain asecutive weeks in The Weekly True l' mucrat. a
S o pitie riolt a t"i t i published in the City ef Taihase 72 inch all Linen Damask, real value $1.75, at - $1.5 a yard
inalfithrfr? te:toiv" 1tnesayno' TFoemberA. Dl r i, ll 72 inch all Linnen Damask, extra heavy weight $2.00 a yard
t or otherwise: t storal sell and iSEAL. IssaYT FVIAII_ 04
woods, wares and nu' and all Att CarI' f sioi C.ri, I
I property on commisifmon <.r lru.y A A- Cp A t I pot: -
Ito'uo ar.ehrun- rec..ipo.A .:lH-.. I1' r 'FFt R E JPCTFULLY ,
Selculars, rtaeatiatiini or otiheri'.i tl irk of ad i i eurt (if Ill .
rns oro or raLtions. wareh,u.-ing proin'- - -
kinid with the cL' em aln.iy I: i r :te al- .
nsbywayofmorti viw., ,l fie rd. In tfie (Circilit ( court. .S .nl .' ii.ial
S warehouse ri-cept.s uiont ili he' -ii .ri, f (lrct Lt, lot'ni ('tUP i I,! 1, in II
5 stored with tIh i',.ni)uy otht w .. t.' < lihti. ry
lidi stable I,-U lease,," .. Nl I nte i. ,* of"
Istupon I-se rnil., fiia i,.. wni k -"''," l. 'a It Cl haiia ('< raiiilp il:i otnools, en ire. mrn wiri n e1'r-,r .. il .i h :.(i i 'ui I I r. Jl's ,i.' I 'i .I ', II | _) -4 o
iultable equripi|m enp ts I f ,)I tal ii i' i tlIit- l- i li i 1 i 'li,, 1 ii t1 n.
any oft I u h l r ll f HI i .I h"es t'r .t e l L it. t .
.aell, and .i., !V. f.1r' it .'. i iW F ri I ..i f, I ii F, i, J,',:11 a NI l w Ir I*
I st oe s e lt itir l to 1 f iv n a t 1- :1r0IL a i t r 'l l i i I I. ri t. : i ,h i lr, Fi r t 4 ,i9i -*
ad" ; ;toulny. sol ; it i d uli, in r i- fit '; t' .i h I. '.,l- le ., .1 't : i> I 0i. l ,, *h,
Re and loan tnn .ey pto-n th. .4--, i-.. Satel -Fl,riJa. alid t i an I't I., 1, i nt
aps. anril l rI or rnal prti. t>y .or .i.nin. r. it; re l nt ol f thi i t y Sto patent-a- ui, -t-r uid .I-.l, y ,it n,,i i ,,,, .. ,f ArlC,;,,,,,. .... ,,., ,i,.. . ,, t T h o s E Wtt o 1
Idotherwit. isi tany i,.ran-. Inmoltahi. unlp' i o year; anal thit Ith. .Ix;, i, -ic. ilit',,.r. Those E. W atso
a,,drmuli,. r tr tpr.e.-e', ma< hin. s'.m- l lithlow'r in Unik ni. Ul bt i it . .,i, l.i,hiit TIhe ASSOR 1MILNIr and ee the IlCI '
tideslfrnalltons which niaO Is- uAeful -r n.i I that he it a t'i.idl.i, ,,f ire If, iI ,.,Ii :1' L ,.
V In c -ryin on any of ;ir il oineses, t,,ott- (if America, aid that he a uerrI tre' ,vII tii, Singlet Wtilt~ i So St tl oir lk A si oA yNxhla*
puichase. lease or oterwise ieatuire ty-oe vea, it s ti hereoIre orC n ; i.tO;. i t $ was frozen out of the New Yor
isaagesanddiitpoe of any patent. n ilatnt z s.Ii,.,t da.feidani blti. ,ate- ,,,,I ...... ii ,,.it,) CItolight l'w,, lii .,-o, eithr Itl,,, I to "W atson's M ag l e, u hL
i^ alt le nfurmular, saret .prw..ere li-rn- appeWar to the. bill of ,iitt i. .ethr I iaxi Watson's Magazine," but hp E
vitri ntlles, trademarks or dlin-ignatin. ,. fr ,on Moinday the lth dny oetf,n- r A 41 l. s bl ( ot lih
Diyyn on of its buhtna, or any part otherwise the alle-iati,,ion of sai ,.l ,ii. tlk.- / REI. Two Hlorse, ,NO 00 once established a Magazine an
.QMd to operate under y, hold, o ellR ei- en as con.easd by taFl dfutiolant. 1 Timber Wayont, $48. lt 1 (Ml a Weekly Pa per of his own.
iK 'r 1 make or irrant .li-e'.i'. agreement It ith lurtherordere li that thl,or,hl..i I., t, ihliled is BLi.iis, Out of Sight:y aper i
tinrespecttof. orotherl tw to tlrn to one-# a week for lifour con,,i4iev' t thesameand to selland dipr ,eof articles Wekly true IDmacrat, a uliu,.l In PONY and RILt'1-.AR. Wdtson's Jeffersinlan iMgazif
dt covered by the same. an Oeutof themsa; to ubscribe. for. I,,'r- FngliA..J IFNk ,, T. I- IF Quality and Prices Unite.
Slve.wn.ho:d forinvetl mntor othl.r- (,*;..I' ,Ot i r.,O f' -Guaranty Attached and no Co(mtints. Price per year $1.50
sM diepose of id make advances U A ttrue e Cllerk CircuitfromiAm.Q u ali-yran d P IcsGU ni t o
d s. bonds. securitiesand obligationlieofd Atteat--lhen T. Vf JlvtomerPr from Amstrdpn. (;ea., t tionswhatsoever.whereverlocatd C lerkT. F'Iar d while the owner rholer i ofany This bithdayof November, A. D. l7. ., dreds. And they are still coming a:
mbnd sroligati of own ership In the Circuit Court, Second .luitial a2 before one i out of isght another i Price per year $1.00
os*l a nd otny yo ,er o u L C, old.
ar. le, morte.s, t .Ci .ry. eon unty Fltrnid FINALLY- If we fall to pleasewe Both together $2.00
In any part of the wor Job W. DeMIlr, Complainant. v i:v.lyn M. Recommend other Dealers in the city. Address,
Mo cenvenint in conectio with itl v>T M o*ly" Respectrnllv, Addre8,
tb eto on; to olg. r soonI APPh.AJIMG BS AFPIDAVIT FI.LED IN
laseoI lbre lonvelyin. lii TULLY & YACEER CO. THOS. E. WATSON,
r5 ..I... a' wi butt n. arTt f o, Fla. Thompson, Ga
*Bi *to s1r. n sm.?T t aid -aboent fIem her mid plae of residence for more --- ---- -
I dees siZl maees a S3 tasir th- ty dayse it preceding the application Aditlster'a fetlice. .
- be relS>s.tafJlymettfor for this ode of pUletlo.. iled in the atiove
TIp1 ms s.I^ l'w MtSt 2 aMnO Mid tht Ihr preMt place of i'sidence mo Creditos legae. dletdbutm, d'nd all permM A
br Ia 5i^ 05 WK'attSI. K^t ^ t fr is within the iledge of onplainane i hain laims or dnd aglanst the estate 1IO
or edB of tie ba att- l Ba mra Hoelr, Cay Miuouri. and that Edward H. Alford. late of LeoT county, dTecee-o r
*Zte-ku sell team oe let uiMon e saMid de t a ueder tbe are of twenty-one al. are notified to present the me to the usndr.
ata kiwdi ow~bssve t t t year; it is there sie-d that the said dadfend. signed within two years or the Mn will be
of haiPlrl.i. -se mad bes mat -he ao herey f--lid to appear to the bill bared. T
eItreeta etw!th said 7.T .l sxth dfa d f MeIoma A. U. ium. othernrs Tbllawassee, .eID, o.Atoberl str ,II TH E (IADSDEN LUM BER CO.,
r lWi WUUiU5 thrt al^t^ te aise gasue wil b b e wU t sibtan ua con- U

l- ,e fo S.- tns.2?e wek inh OTICS 1aN to' L cl ED. (Office in Quincy Florida.)

Swlith he^Bt, a Vw.KEI. -bS tihtte nd bi Are the people to order your Lumber,
5.mea, mad,.pss-e.ek ast__s remit rt. lao. Conty. -.onala ew wims wi, < forever .eb'rred.

sight te to uier "-T. TLK .I"s th da of October 1007.
~ a. m t o if aw tmWWlC Dr. AM M.NA i Shingles and Laths from. Let them furnish
4 tc of oalslostfatnra. e N. Im i
-=h WK- a-nd W t ht d i
"lneswtS 'Z.B- N"o'U ,.EY GIVEN THAT ALL,. IALLUo=? AY CO? i(N. NO. ygu estimates on any kind of
ter b M !Mi y for p sse havingtt o. elasmas and dm ut&ia a nd th le-l A fI A ta the e Otae
th at* e *Charles T. f aneek, Eer o lateof A1.0 D.tar1.i Advinitmtor o tthe esateo at
sa mW or a slity to county rlla.i am b ly required to prsentt arriet R. t ir. will present my acrounts avB
t1o diH tim r judgment of i t awse si wiithm two yersfi m tresthe e heo to the Qmt Judge of Len Co(sutr.
se o a andaJ se fy ** h e r:f .:* Was*ord an nl dischatge am Admise.. Building M ater al .
aW a sct p se e, ta de A. rheode wad., ttera rof said estate. six months alter the date
tI the same estet and aes SU ea A. HA C. e A. D. l
Might d t ad to aO mat Adn miistrstrix f tiM eta of the mmi This d day of Oober A. D. )1 l -1
an s T H^the^ri ow W.. ** w. A. DMunLY. YOU^ for bnness, order now,
Tdsea lter ~~ts. aneek. Admietattar of the eatate of Hariri Staner. bn nessnow,
a, tb vi rteoo I0mO S &HULKS. *B.
marsteimet onwem- I haveiJst reslyed a car load of eX- Lst Bes. ads n L umb Co.,
---si."r.As~o.S o .Ket*y Byorses and Mules, LOST, Bunch of Keys, containing
essarwhe k wbmt w I am selmag at the bt p T. about balf a dom. Pinder will l ve
ft amrnam t this a amd receive Cy, -M -* * Floirida,
0"MoomemabW b e he C. A. a03AE3. Uif. QUIIT -luridaQ

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Gold With Diamonds.

Gold, Plain.

Gold, Chased.

and Gold Filled.


Diamond Sunburst.
Diamond and Pearl


Enameled with Di-
monds and Pearls.


Gold and Gold Filled.


with Dia-

monds and

plain ones.



With Gold and Gold

Filled and White

Stone Borders.

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Tallahassee, Fla.


Federal Court l Sesaslon.
On Monday morning at ten o'clock
the United Htates Court wasn convened
by Judge ilundley, of Northern Al.-
brnma. Judge Sheppard wis difquali-
fled on account of having formerly rep-
resrited parties who were litigant be-
fore the court. Little wa" done beside
the regular routine of opening the ses-
lion, until Tuesday. On that day an
Indictment was presented against T. A
Ausley who was charged with having
deviued iMheme to defraud and of using
t9e malls in furtherance of Raid scheme.
Thih case was continued for the term,
and Mr Ausley'a friends feel sure he
will 0- acquitted of the charge
Cise of Otto Henderson. Charged
with running a distillery. Having
plead guilty, he was fined $100.00 and
sentenced to 30 days in prison.
Catte of Wm. Haines. Charged with
selling liquors at retail without license.
Having plead guilty, he was fined
$11,0(. and sent to prison for 80 days
Case of R. 0. Sellers. Charged with
unlawful use of mail CCase continued
on I c -' unt of Sellers' illness .
Ct.-of W. II hIIenlrhn, A. P. Har-
der. Clerk f' the (Circuit ICourt o(f Levy
cetuntv, W Ilter Ilowald HRd James
LotiU. (Chirrgeid with *(iorlpir ey to di'-
fraud id Uniited Stat" .of *> ,rtiin h ilae'
atrauld lint'rIatN. l f)o | rei orne n nllitt
of a d r hion'e iilm h
IT. S. vio. l l I tw',o \V illinii). ( 'h;ri'r d
with f#-ri ,ry ) 1f I'. ) ,.I'lim ,y -iidir
A< t ittlrd.
S v. A x. A tlx, ,rl ri ,l
iin h Alcll i lqi ,rii nri lt i : l ,I w .i 1 i lit 11
tO *>('. lnir d flo1 fiIl II I s. l,'le e ,i C i 1,
I1 S v ,. W m l.,>\,v i i ;r:,ir i'.,
hi I lo'i .ii : 1 iili v, i 1 t 4 A II t.V i >l
'1 ini .1 I"'iiJ..y. ,'x cT 94, t ir ;it
k h ( it ie, W C ,ii\ t I i i l ( I I ll ,,' f. V
V 9 ,i C*' t ; 1 I l t1 i 1 i F1 1 1 1141 lli4
$ I i l I. !, ;i 1, 1 11i 1 Ii I I ,) 1 '
I I I I It1 '\ .' !, I| I l |I,,f i i 11 % Iv i. .i f 'ta'l In .I

row li .pi hril. Is asillaracted.
Si,*- tift n i vii fitel e | **..i '
it .1 etj'Sh- 1 to t rr I t l 'I l P.l %I ,,1 '
l, v I, (1* onti e .i hera,." wI-,n lh,.'
truil I, I i thaut t i ) I e'.lhi huld iim ply left
ti I little ,iii' pI t tilcu Itly ~hau~. ptile ,.
t, the w: ih' riin di hti it'. i gi r m
I ', 1i1 ('.i'iT r Ih'rl ,ti ( ,im( lt l It'm 'I y i4
IV C1 1 II(t Ie$II(Ii4 -h i el y ti
5i.t I to l te l ly e i u''I th r >ohl t i d i hr an
no h nI r r 1 t )ii th 11.4 or 1n1 1
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For Sale.
1 ii i t w 11111 Pi le lr ito Ce e ow r
1' I h '" 1 ll l l|*,|f">. n i iim n| on
SI,, I In 4, I, r Mr ill ( l't l fee l. 4 ial,,,d
In I", f a 1 n'*s, i4 n t1wI IIt i 1Ki. S, Qtf6 ,
(1) 1 l M- i l iiine' x l ) ; 8 S w,. orie (I)
IHIItrng ,,r i p i tlile, crd rcut SI.6.t
Flit% Itw '1 (2 Iner iiiT li'oeth D)i .slon
S.,'A,. 4,s '4ii i 14 inch Shsi:t I g, f.B xes.
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Subacribe to The True i)io ocrat.




A Complete and

up-to-date Stock




Tallahassee Hardware Company.

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A Word About

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We are compounding more and more each weck. 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'drug+, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
best quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be the
purest of their kind-we don't use thpt kind. Try us.

R. W. eobb, Drug Go.
East side of Monroe St.



(iencral Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all line,


YOU CAN 60 TI:ROU(3H the
pd you V601 find )I ro eter lin--')
ve'ltmtmi? for 'oiur money than
-rcpert v in Fend r uni Tadlit-4
-Aqike. We are er, fT.e I homes
etq and ftruc t~haet are suto
o riwe in v lu- i Onrtl y
-arera~in ~Ir cE s. f['vmi Uwmr.'4
o secutre :a home th~kt Ill,
-iVP YOU a home nrid ake,'
taconey f 'r yeu atit te &aI
time, consult us.A

w '*m

Don't Ha.e Your Cart work
Botched at the Mill.
',S itl IAM TH[ nlv3 ( T CWT M4

I buinid them under a
Guarantee. have butt
hundred. and build
more every day.
For prcps write
W. 1i. Adkinson.
P. 0. Box 4.
TaOMaha aS FSoa.



A model farm rontsininrt- 35 ,creqM. 325 acres of which iq clde-r
together with an $1 ()0 dw ell nIt 6i nnt I ouPs.g. 3 pood han.m
pa neral farming. ard 74 0 choie.. p, ach tlreiP whii h will h-.r ate
.Vesr. The plc)i e e w l watoe.d. the rhavacter of the In'd I g*
tly rolling. ,a well as taIle, lind, the sil lifrht prey ar, red E
eai;dv ~,il, the h-st i t '-is for the rupture of Thbacco.
The place is Icwafti ai bout ti rve miles fiom the City, and is n
fered for a limited time only
For price and terms, call on or address


Real Estate Dealers.

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Self tombnlif and other buldiws maternal to
us, h a. wad selllive stock of all ki e: bor-
SSa anwd leading money, with or without- so
Si~M slng a "d selling bonds and other nego-
Ste Uamtromenta; buying ad leasing or other-
*Ui kitsand holding real estate: selling and
real estate; owning and operating saw
e slh-*a5 sMwilng and manufacturing lumber
Sa any prpuse whatsoever, and conduct-
Sagepagral mmerantile business: and to build.
.- i, manage, own. control. hire, charter a,,
pe-ate vessels, tramways cars or other r vehicles.
obi and other means of transportation
r thw tnsportation of passengers or other
widetse r property held. controlled, owned: pro.
So r manufactured by said ourporstbon, or
other persona or corporations in connection with
Ow bualiaes of this corporation. To borrow
oesf y and secure the same, and money other-
wla owing. by deeds, mortgage., notes or other
S oblations therefore: to make contracts between
Sviduals or corporations for the furtherance of
Its purposes or business, and F-enerally to exer-
ele such powers as may be necessary or conven-
lent to the purposes or businesses of this corpora-
t on; and to have, exercise and enjoy all the
rights, powers and privileges incident to corpora-
tiona or profit. orvaniaed and existing under and
' 'by virtue of the laws of the State of Fiorida.
The amount of the capital stock of this corpora.
tie, shall be forty thousand dollars (840.00.00), to
SbedivMded into four hundred (400) shares of the
par value of one hundred dollars (8100.00: each.
All or any part of the capital stock of thin corpo-
ration may be payable in property, labor or ser.
arvices. at a just va nation to be fixdd by the in-
e rporatore. or by the directors, at a meeting
called for the purpose. Property, labor or ser-
rvice may also be purchased or paid for with cap-
Ital stock. at a just valuation of such property,
laborrr services to be fixed by the directors of
A the corporation at a meetiirg called for the Ipur-
Thin corporation shall exist perpetually, as pro-
vided by law.

The business of this corporation shall be con-
ducted by a president, secretary and treasures
and general manager. and a board of three direc-
tors, and such other officers and agents as ma)
fkm time to time be elected or appointed. The
itokholders shall meet on Saturday, the twenty.
eighthh day of December. A. D. 19W, for the frsm
maeetinr of said corporation, at the offies of the
oearoration in Tal!ahaaa Leon county. Florida
st ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of adoptlnp
laws, ho!dina the first election of officer.-, and
pleting th i oranisation of this corporation.
The stoekhomm shall meet annually on the fir.
Monday in Slamber of each year thereafter.
Vsles otherol determined by the by-law. At
this annual stockholders me tinr there shall ih
*ed three of the stockholders of said corpora
1t directorso, and said directors. at their mee*
fo be heid on the same day. shall elect aannu
k) a president, a eretary and treasurer and wen.
-l manager. and sueh ether omfeers an seats ao
,M' corporat on may authorize. All o111lm shall
hild thaW respective cfiles until thetr usosors
aei duly ete and a qualified. Any two of sai,
Wecee may be held by one per on. The names o
dwoffiedl who are to cortduct the business of
said corpoation, until those eleteed at ghe first
el action Aforeaildshall be qualified. shall be:
Fol. Brush. President.
C. G. Parlin. Secretary and Treasmurer.
H. A. Williams,. Gen. ral Manaser.
.I. Bresh. C. G. l'arlin and J. I. W: Iianm-
Bkard of Dirtprtora.

Th~ hiphett ni'rr rt ,of i'* id ,tnp t- u to whit h this ir,'eir s -ir'it ,ir i t.ay ; iii tr ,. Kill
St, tself shall l l f, ry t.h .f. ,ii li.
StOiVnoW w0 )

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Tr .,i*e.. lo. rc.uriv '*., onf Fl"rieda. N
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as o~' r .e' ,'l.v r|a r ti'|ot ir<. theii tt, .
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II *t-on 'o- ci r'r .o f r-f` h'iest n. fi.
ir *i' *e ,,,'.. s. A I 'hit the -aid t -M efrwciatnt
.. ,r,deiHAr th irpe o' Iwprtv-)>.. yoar-. a'
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149 N. Munrov8.

Fat cy Wtjrlt MIAte ril aat 5 isialty

tar hoe'adscelfietr. Milem..Anhil-PlIa'inlljos

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of ki~i Dried Lumb er of
bI., ki 1ds.

ii kid. ofI roI3(t ~ughl au
t l1r rail l).I ISterS, iOtth
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o'lfln h )oardI Air Liml,

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T wadiMi Sh ll-o Jheatbo t 8 U ailot


The -aM thies'eoration shall be The To.
aOMersthMi of( Let County., and its busi-
MsRalae eoadieMle in the State of Plorida.
e other uatMs of the UMited States of Ameri-
*.aslumilnni n eoatris., wertwver nec.-
,roa i "it. Tbpnepal offes of said
2ftioA *MH IMbe In llawi Leon CwOurty.

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a Nnrd $.

p lbowder to
at :late ork, and
the o0am4 r" that
the teacwr tv S80te
shaiould eneou to co-
pets for them. be ample
time given for as the Fair
will sot be bhemino instead
of November, o n rwr
All cemm'ot, f upon this
work shoua lld V1 Ibr to Mis
Clem rntglton, of the Stu-
de pi aih e or to Colo-
nel J. L Brown,. President
Florida StaUe Mid-Winter Fair Anoocia-
tion. Tampa.
A Fortumate Texan.
Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 107 St. Louia
St., Dallav, Texs, says: "'In the past
year I hav#- become acquainted with
r. King's New Life Pills. and no laxa-
tive I ever before tried so effectually
disposes of malaria and bilhousness.
They don't p-ind nor gripe. 25c. at all
In the Circuit Court of Florida, Second
Judicial Circuit, Leon County, in
Alexander Robinson, Complainant, vs.
Matilda Robinson, Defendant, Divorce.
It having been made to appear by the
affidavit of the complainant, Alexnnde-r
Kobinson, that the residence of the de-

fendcant, Matllan Robinson, Is unknown;
that there is no person in the Sta:e of
Florida, the subpoena being served upon
would bind the said defendant. nnd thni
the said defendant to over the age of
twenty-one years. It is therefore ordered
:hat the defendant, Matilda Robinson. be>
ind she In hereby required to appe-ar to
the complainant's bill of complaint, on
Monday, the 6th day of January, A. D.
190R1; and thnt this order ne puhl'shhd once
, w.-ek for olght ticecceNsve weeks In "The
Tru, Domo<,rnt," i newspnper puhllish.d
in thr, and Stat..
Witness lIlvnry T. P'elke Clerk of the
CIrcuit ,ouirt of laeon County. F'lorida. and
the smal thereof, this October A. I). 19o?.
tlih day

Clerk an t~ l
A Atr .I .t :
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will come promptly when you
'phone or send to me for them.
I have an efficient force of
workmen, a very complete
equipment, and am prepared
to make repairs (in short no-
tice and at the most reason-
able prices.
I am also in a position to
supply you with any needed
plumbing equipment, a n d
would respectfully request
that you call and in pect my
stock of fixtures, and let me
estimate on yot.r needs before
placing a contract for any
thing in the way o.f plumbinpg.
Let me t(ll you a~hmiut Haili,'s
Joiles & (C1h1' \ T('s Well
known Sanizta,-y 'i \I .' .
No trotld.., tn ;. it ,\ ."'

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if! 8, 1I ta'. Ilad I FI 41 Li t aa'
of 0~t b fmit V. tI' II i'tu101 v II (. VrtIr'I41crI raIsraIa' Fidolr-,,, too cure ii. 4-t agesa n fd
of tI if.ip-Ii i V ag 11't , ~ aa I a'~ ii,(.tatrrhj. I I .I~.'t,0,trrah Cure isi
bt(r sct Jowaitoita li.Fair Mriit er IIi.I I' Id, '4 )W 'laaa' 4i'tivec (il ,'' kai~w ou~lthe
*ia oriaa aal air NIhater i ~ 'a'.L*rfa t y. ( ; I r iii being~
Ir ionr. ~1~i I friilla dMop;G. C(' Fatall .i. of *turih''. riiaral tra'atnent. If.aV Catarrh (Cure
-I rE .i itr Iad a ae,'aa rul~ti14t 4 ii ti ako-asira rternal l.N. ;wr iv g direct uponf
cily lax e otif.. I1I4I,1rids. Oaf- 1414)4'd and nia uI>II.tu I ';ice5 of the
hi t Vera'bl% vI% lat if ia I I liasve 11Jtvivnaau liar % e,It#Itbuyitis' your Cr( ian t- s~',tLm, thereby dv-tran. aril, the fourida-
loy Tuax l$' s ik 1114. 4.111 f ft tog % IFlaXriraim p rf--iat ii wa'rI lg 'mia e rythiirig ti sa i.t th'!dpe i,&is~t tdrld l giin% the pa-
rysy handif, saud ianto.w ra'aidy tN is vrngriolv ~d free (of charge 4111 tifnt-t sttrength by buildhi g upthe conati-
Sl *id rece.ipt reir talx' All %4 hoI Maaim J'aatjlaraa ('ea hH4 ire.turnied front ttionitri ad asitsiting nature, ir doing its
*arivit~c eenaha'r ait a ,i r a'i t a ;destamanvisit tot Monticeahn. Sf,,.c w;,.,work. TIhe proprietorai have so much
.PWut of one per cent.(''Ill. 4 afli'aid $arcominnlptfiA tby Mrs, Robert 1Eaton arid fi'th ira tK curative powers that they
Faiptv rs.(Clifford McCall, who, are flow the o~r('. ude ~dartfraycs
~prmptV Z FE~NN, gueot.. of Mrs. Frank P. Woodiwarul. thtit it ifi'at to curat- Send for list of
.-f 'ay l'a 4'ahl'ato. A pretty arm encircled] by a bandatt of ('IIFF..1.CHNEY & CO:., To-
V~schaug~ Notice. guld IIit joy to the beholder. Sees that~ (,i.
v6si: i s tII'IV Not uice.N ),AourX fdtaghta'r'.. arm has itoi, rightfu r-i 'I rg~.,Te g E-f
hot,",,:,r It toi-,aa o. r a ir o 1,aait III te t,- !,aar1 y purchasing oil@fI ait 11. a T. ~
wI~ it ga1.1 4-0-11 ily fitul ofa aaa ta III i ff. Nich it in ofloveily braie.lets. F11).Seed Oats.
b w" "IF.. I $w,,IE Fk,a '~Pi* t Off, flood s afa rmpa'. Nay Sed
Vt tl, -4,1!,.aAio~tio~u' i Ii ~ W tI~fr' A'q.i I tit, l a' itIS
Vn. ION IR WifAVVY, LEJUUA~ ffAlfT a 1. 0Zt
I, Se 4,i~uI ai'a'a. stop* the COIL hs.~ng 4 f 'Ia~A'~ ~

ary W TUMW.1residings with a gmdal idwdins t
mmosow *~10k tep TOrand bualemof 11140 ayette o a
dolt now w"t ieyu ofr"e= tewr fO n h n
.rt 6han Owhbting e cuchsil rsprn mn rowing tw Icame hs ln
101b1omau Diosl.r, of Jacksonville, has hi lIolIe'so deepest interest at: tortualitlpsroting Cnuts,
ngher parents, Mr. and Mrs. eradwowrsawy n ii as illn Wls eth
Ru doiph, Sr. jrently for their betterment and up- Virvinin reel, a suitablee clossi4o an
13atinar inbul wil cimetoiiiloing auid atrpnigth.-riingc of his evening brvimfull of innoacen t fwaand
uor Sthtonbuy ing bulnk wpaperoinchuv-n. May he lav#: mdny yearoil to do4Ifrolic.
jor Tr.* nbuit. an uer~inFlo~rlda,' who are tIs.ouir.Cthat heir
be~ Weed In. expected to jPr#.':* ii.Ihe agic No. 3. ~I the 'L[and of P aow-ri:1 may be
Wt. Johnas' corigregau? iran, IaJifi 11ic i or( fAna~n rolongedtruhI 0 illl er
b", twxt, buriday. '1t~ere ~4A111 0, if r 4 wo If. J',rris, of Ci .J;r I r(,v,., M#-. Arrinv lthe young 1,a 1* resent wenv
iftulmatiorau. .o r*~w'nv toa's actter whit I ".. Af .Mis Dujress, c ,; (t a *,'.er o Gv
Itt'el Carboliud 'W~itc.h If;:;(, r! th'if ,,'r-ing 5with 1Li.*P, ;ir..I-: rt,4)F kr H )wuarl, ,N ..Foster, of
Ft forget tO r Vi-ime, vy d ''P .i i,oll, % s,I 1 Ibea'oran I n!!,, i i rolri an of d &rMiw I'(. Aylln, one of
Itult. GO~ 14.k itaLit-., #J.' a.:'. 'II. t urtt, toit ai ia..4-.' IhCt Mitisead n al5 l eha.
lem. q(:'A 1 0 y a'4;r'a 4 't sP, 1411tit S a, a1.iI1

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IE i't fi', I iV ;!1 :r !, ,>\,I | if'i r ',t '.

[ii,. 't ;il |t ) 1 k. '' thie' II v< t.4 >i)s-si)l(bt, iu;Hility con-
si< (e r'il.
HAl'\ I FUL DIA ) ND l)ckcts, Plain Solid GlId and Gold
Filled tfroin .1..,) to $A.,).II)'. )i;anon( d Rings from $7.0)0 to $300.
BI.'AU flF(TL I)IA 'M )NI) and Fancy Brouo.hes in' great va-
Just arrived an ele, i it lin:' of S)'i.I Silver Ware at unheard
of prices !
LARGE ASSORSMENT OF Comb, Brush and Mirror sets
from $8.50 to $25.00. Comb and Brtish sets from $5.00 to $6.5*0
GENT'S MILITARY SETS in great variety from $5.00 to
$14.00. Manicure Set.s from $3.50 to $12.00. Clothes Brushes
from $1.75 to $5.00.
WHISK BROOMS from $1.50 to $2.75.
LADIES HAT BRUSHES from 85c to $2.00.
SILVER PURSES and CARDCASES from $8.00 to $25.00.
Also a great variety of Silver Ngvelties from 50c to $1.00.
Engraving free of charge!
FINE ASSORTMENT of Silver Deposit Ware from $1.00 to
Jewel and Glove Boxes from 75c to $12.00.
Handsome Mirrors from $2.00 to $15.00.
Solid Gold and Silver Pocket Kinves from $1.50 to $10.00.
Fine Assortment of Chocolate, Coffee and Salad Sets all in
beautiful cases, from $6.00 to $12.00.
Grand display of Cutglass, eight inch Bowls from $3.00 up.

Fancy China and Bric-a-Brac in great variety

Must be seen to be appreciated.


The Leading Jeweler of Middle Florida.




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as, or uMth mbi
Jefferson streets., Ba, m It
ders for Horses and Bugl M is
Saddle horse, etc. WiUalsoN .vtL
and double drays- for all
hauling. Very respectfully aoliltlg
portion of your patronage.


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We have the

Irwing Drew Easy Shoe

For Ladies.






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CIgeAt4 iwr emt. discount.

Apply y r.,o. Ma 3. *-L
., Call a~tu -e the rand display of
S ilday geodr at meeting's No
tuube to show goodS, two young ladies
to ta please n showing you around.
Call a nee them. 41
SENT 1 nice rooms for co uples
Mis Mattie M. Whatley,N.rth

V 1Jt l~ats a

I bhav purchased the interest of M.
Johnson 8r., is. the Leon Dairy
7 0 ad will continue to manage
ti l dealing to fine Jersey
China Hogs and Choice
aCouty lBtter. Fars located 8
yqnp aorth it of Tallabasese.
4-tIf P. 0 Tallaasee., Florida.

trly e
Ifor the
r.aftern t y a mo st
tin,0m usual, wot nun r.:r: bo t or
SIt the InStrUMaMlt a l voice A. *n o o eMuch

na or mony. Tran. e voice,.in ..' ,1., a d
Su- prt singing, rodmer a it a, ieaifult
of MUn- selections.
9e Tl-.. er. even.-
- at 4 o'eleek, Mr. Levy Naxes The Live' !I tr.
aM W M l Mame twrlght. S inday, Foley's Orino Laxative givs permnn.
p. a., at 4 o'clock. tr young paoole nent relief in cases of hab tual conpti-
have many friends at Holland, who join nation, as it simulates tl-e ver ind re-
the writer it wishing them every hap- stores the natural action t'v trvels
piness that itSO d 5 d. without irritating these, r .ts, like
Mrs. T. L. Coe bas been spending a pills or ordinary catha" -i.i oes not
few days in Midway. nause.te or gr pe and ic aile.atant to
Mr. Pinekney Coe has been taking a take. Remember the ,. ,Foley'
short vaention, out in the country, with Orio Laxative, ardrefu e titute
hi Famntso. be-r .-
Mr. I.H. Barinea e spent the after- D. U Fletcher, candidate for United
noon at Ait Joseph Riehais'. Sunday. State. Senator, says that when the
There oseeR to be strong attraction for campaign full opens he% eill c mmuni-
him over there. How about it, Hentz? cete with the State paper, with refer-

Rev. Joe Humans were among those olis.n - .o .
present. M rasea Froea i Newro reod.
Mrs. Augusta Ras, Principal of Fort a? i
Christmas entertainment, to be given at writes: "About a ye-r goo I bouht
her school Frida before Christmas. two bottles of Foley a KWu y Remedy.
Mrs. Ras's school entertainments are It cured me of a severe case of ridnety
alwaysen Joyed, and ever is ea. trouble of several years' standing. t
gerly lookfnt forward occasion certainly is a arand. good medicine, and
Mrs,. A. L. A arinea, of Tallahassee,. I heartily recommend it.
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. P. Bari .y
eau, this week. Strange Hoorse Cell.
Cane g 'Indin s are the order of the A red bey horse colt about 2 years
"y -el-ono, ad ever old with mark around left hand foot.
one, excet possibly. th workers, are tai n osm ao leading medo r nder
wJi. ill be riwarde. 10naTi on dhd ery.
Lap Robes, prettiest in the city at J. to C C. s i MoN.
D. Cay 'ts. 403o) 2t Coles Sweat, tron county.

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

At Corbetts

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Through Experimenting and her e for busiesS
We have at last alutit sysatemiti our help and are
now turning out first-cluao Laundry work.
If we have pleasA you try us again. If we have di-.
pleased you, try us again. We do "1ifgh Glow" or "Do-
metic" finish. an' i guarantee our work.
We do Steam Dying and Cleaning an well as the larg-
eat of dye houses. We clean most delicate fabries, SweMt-
era. Coats, Cloaks, Blankets; in fact anything you have
Soiled. Send it to us we will do the rest.
Packages left at Hill's Book Store, will have prompt
When you have something for us, just say 86 to C a
trial, and our carriage will calf

C. O. ANDREWS, President.

C. E. GAsqUK,

iAx. unziy ourveyur. November 29 1907.
In the Cit Court. end Judicial Dear Friend: o
Circuit, Leon County, Florida. I t i t
Petition to Establish Lost Tax Certift- I usen't to like t g.Jee?
cateand Assignment Thereof. but I like it now, be-
Noah Hawkins vs. H. T. Felkel. LJge-
nia Hawkins, Sallie Hawkins and oause we get good tea
s Hawkins, Jr. at Randolh & Son's.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
interested herein to appear in our Cir- Tea that we get now
cuit Court,- Sesend JudcIal Circuit only OOBt 50 ots a lbe
Ccurt, Leon County Florida, at Talla-.
hassee, on Friday, the 20th day of De- and MY, it tastes so0
member, 1907, and show cause, if any goode When you go to buy
they can w h eh original Tax Certif-
eate, and assignment thereof, substan- it you can tell it by the
talt copies of which are below given, smell. When I came home
should not on petition of Noah Haw-
kins. flied herein on November Ist, from 80001 today I came \
1907. be established in lieu of the origi- by the grocery and got
nal Tax Certificate and assignment al.
leged therein to have been lost or de- a pound of Chase & San- 1 \
stroyed by his mother, Lucinda Haw- born Tea and some lemons
kings, in Jacksonville, Fla.. about eleven
yeJrs ago; said petition allying that and some coo00kies be-
said H. T. Felkel, LueniaHawkins, cause Mama had a little
Sallie Hawkins and Noah Hawkinq, Jr.,
are the only persons interested for or tea party this after-
against the re-establishment of the noon
same, substantial copies of which Tax
Certificate and assignment are as fol- Your friend,
lows: Jacob.
STATE or FLORIDA, No. 28. P.S. We never, never
County of Leon. think of going for our
Office o( Tax Collector,Tallhassee, Fla., n o going or our
July 6, A. D. 1891. groceries but to
1, R. A. Shine, Tax Collector of the T.H. MANDOLPH & SON' S. i.. ...
County of Ieon, in the State of Florida.
do hereby certify that I did, at public
auction, pursuant to notice given by
law, as required, on the sixth d y of ,-dam ,glow
July. A. D. 1891, sell to H T Felkek A
the lands described for the sum of three
doll ra and fifty-two cents said .umbe- A
lug the amount due and unpaid for I V O ur
tax a. eosts and charges on the de- Have You T ied Our
acribhed lands for the year of our Lord N W
one thousand eight hundred and ninety ;
therefore, be entitled to a deed of con- New W esback Re
veyance of such land in aceridance
with law. unless the same shall he re-
deemed within one year. by the pay- CXe L ights
inent of said amount. with Interet, at
the rate of twenty-five per cent. jfer
annum: said lands are described as 01.
low%, to-wit: The northwestrquarter of They will givI'Mu more ight or less money
Nation ,ighteen. township tao, south eaot, containin,160 acres, an than any light oni th market. We guarantee
the County of Leon, and assessed at
S hundred and sixty dollars and -- this. Call arid ask t have them shawn you.
Witness my hand at Tallahassee. Fla., /
this 6th day of July, A. D 1801. 1aD day of Juy, A Sis, Don't forget that ,/e now hn ve a complete
Tax Collector Leon County Fl. .
I hereby transferand assign thewith- line of ORDOLESS C.LS HEATERS for your comfort.
In **erttl;cate to Nosh Hawkins.
H. T. FuaXCL. [Seal..
This first day of November. A. D. 1I.
Humar T. FaassL,
CA* Circuit COUr, Lean County, Fla.
M sne copy. Attest: H. T PLmL. G
Clrk Cheit Court. Laon County, Fl4.
1e1l of &be arrwt Court, .

Sc ase of Kidney or Bladder Disease not
;, "" :ti'twi e"I o ti edhjc d can ^ 4 "-
&~ ~.^^ *L*.sf--- ---


Da not risk having
I' right's flhsesse
or er

Engines, Boilers, and Smoke Sta

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Harvesting Machinery Hardware.

A Cup of White eouse er *ue Loe"
Neca and Java'refree
is what goes straight to' the heart
every man at breakfast time, and
one knows that only good grocer
good coffee. We take special pride
our brands, as they have made
store famous. Just as good as the
fee we sellare tess. which
holds good throughout our entire
We sell nothing but the best of
products- those we have tested
selves, and so can stand by ihdem., .
J W CO.LINS. GroueI*

Are Tom Go tag to SuM I
It Po. relin and Peetour stuck of kil-
dried luinher before pufthaisipw vow*
Por,pplie'. We can save lea wgnon'
Lop humm 4.60 4oi&WO S t J. 1).
CAY's.. .,40

A bun.-h of key-., ttween C. C. U
"6 Iu.v.-t flice, with namte on
Pirder will be rewarded by ---
.,me toJ. P. Ruberat. at U al
Bunk. 4._1WOr.

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Orept to, my oside toman aehdbtoehi
And wispesd,~sis'tyouforeerIn this galaxy of the good CU
the bitter unrestof agrief.strickda great, a&W the laglslature had *drigUI~k
breaet red that distinction upon, Genera 3 a
Sawi7:Orji& rfstakceninte *Wpeo wngigd esw
~Ito Is vKjy of P)Qrids. toain he aft nts, wiltmake 1IPPrC1AL U'0- U'I
p~tmn "W" jbla-~f~f t:'ce* o pr ivi%.e aroftdtills Lr UPSmaofr uts
Arid p 1iwe1ihull C..r '' ..11,J rsh i i. S4tq t ,( rhav eOr jy fr t wh at ther y d o we, it will go vf" ,tog
o ..f d e'a rtn1 pgt e' e r & e r e tha 1t ar e now it ,,!' c r ''at :o'n. im bit

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light. in the 14 ... && th- ~ 4~4 4 e pr iV n t (-r: .. r if it 4 tl- at~ Lot,
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u all over Notiac aive matm9te, Iwho uand artiniale'ium I444'gcha ndI41II 4erildalid
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.. friftw pi,,.E:iulldbca luxury and it 119'ce'4.witV

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tirt then t here will be~ no daaa- w ac(IVrY j4 a mrnonment to film gen.
of fl~mIni r fuNn iin ll. 'I he ref rigeration'of Florida'u pro-.
:tswd"-'a nnior alard'u .17111i ore- ducts, has made pooeible wealth to her
s d9 at the8ilard's wloreenergetic S oand Iven the corn-
the CO 'h. If it has booen runniingf I T on.b~r hl
Mu ejilia, W0040, trealtmeit Will p OC
or. but the cure is sure.- Solid t Abasn
,nith Cllinth
~b.S fi~ble for DNMI #1metal
Xichanigalw~w 4*k#! from nthe Chip-12 rl
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it dismu.tii#w.e arn preahiln"iof per. ANY
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Vi'4r491. arnd AiclebarrieIctiitwity. Secithat
-wc)9141911114of Iadir~vcj~ 44ry th'isi'routing.
For full informaiid 4, (mall onf your near-
v,L~ avent.or WII9 hL99*


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C(mrnmerrcial Agent,
iaitinlridge, Ga. 37-tf.
__ r- mnercial Agent,
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A pezf't emedy for Cotislipa.
teft, Sour 8tt~nact1,T)Ifrtvk&a4
Womss 4 osvIks .Yeri eli.
lasi~rAJOS*ftof L~'

NEW To,"

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,Typw triier Ribbons


R. C." Davis & Co.,


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fil ll ( 1 -' P'oad'9%ay, Ip t.91 '9 ~

9 9t o 9'* 9 ..00?
Cream Verrnif u e '~

av;' RFM.yj- 'j.Ii "

S IW A R E .9 o 16 4 Y 5 Y U &__ 1
451krd Soow Lislset C4. .

FOR BAL6I BY H&&tDlf1-3111TM0).- AJ9,,8SV


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' it inMs much to you-It means an nity for you to buy SEASONABLE
8, and old styls), at MONEY SAVINGo Ptnans that ONE DOLLAR will
mans that if you miaq this opportunity of laying in your cold weather sup-
get. Come and examine the goods, and compare with them bought elsewhere.

FANCY FLANELETTES. value 10c, this
sale.---------...-------- e
value up to 85c mostly yd wide. choice
and Flanels, the kind every body gets 0ec
for, in this sale, choice ............-------..9e
always sold at 75 to 90c. very special.52e
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.......---------.-------.......69c
600 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
$L00 per yd. choice----.-----............. 69c yd
worth $1.00, choice---.-------..............89c pr

Garnet Suitings, consisting of Sergs,
Voils, Panamas, Mohairs and Worsteads,
never sold under a dollar and usually
brings $1.25, choice...........------------89c
If you haven't already bought your winter
Suit and Over Coat, we want to tell you that
here is an opportunity to buy high class, weUll-
made and stylish cut suits and over coats at
a smaller price than you will again buy them
Don't miss it. Come see.
and full cut, actually worth Ten Dollars,
in this sale, -........-----..------..$1.49
sted Suits, never worth less than Ten
Dollars, and really worth more, at this
sale you can buy them for-.........------$896
and Square Cut, those we have always
sold at $12.50 and they are good values
at that price, but in this sale you get
them at-..........-----------...........------......$9.89
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
16.0-----................. 13.75
$22--................- 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 82 in. wide, in plaids, change-
ables and solids, never worth less than
$1.00 and many worth $1.25 per yd. in
thiAs ale you can pick them at-.... 98c yd
BLEACHED CAMBRIC, 80 in. wide, 10 yds.
to a customer, no more, no less, at 7kc yd
dos, by the dozen only, at-..--..--.......49c
wide, always sold at 60c, choice in this
sale.....------.......................---------- 835c yd
100 LADIES LACE COLLARS that you al-
ways pay 25c for, at--------...........12c each
5000 YARDS BEST PERCAL, sold every
whereat 15c, in this sale ........121c yd
100 WHITE QUILTS, heavy weight. full size
a. d nice designed, sold all over the town
at $1.50, in this sale you can have them
at...---...----....--...----.............---.... $1.33




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"Holliday Goods"

Choice Cut Glass in Water Sets,




Dishes, and various odd pieces.

Beautiful Manicure and

Toilet Sets,, Mirrors, Brushes, Combs, and a full and comn

plete line of Toys.

Cverrthing of the best for the Holiday Buyers.

We are Agents for Nunnaly's Candies.

Hardee-Smith Drug Company.

Tallahassee, Florida.






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Nothing can touch.them at the price.
Specialization is the an why. I buy
nothing but absolutdy the best values
In buggy carriage and wagon harnme
Single uggy Harnes, $10.00 to $22.M0.
Double Bugffy Harness $17.50 to 40.00.


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 $1.5o

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




I have the lar-
gest stock In
this section for
you to select

The Famous CHASE and.

STROOCK brands, Lap





Horse Blankets, from 75c

to $5.00.


Cor. Clinton and Adams St.

Tallahassee, Fla.

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

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

Veterinary Physician
and Surgeon.
'Dental Work a Specialty.

F. 1). Pratorlus,
Funeral Director

Licensed Embalmer.
u ss S* P
My elemanm ad Wpreem~ tMu. sm
now earriedem I the upoeais Ip..t
the Commbam te beml$. marmy ppu
ote th- exp" ome. Ai. nA. ample
lineeof flnetamUrIm "m'mde..msm-
arm"mata for M" m d a.
4-t .W. H. L AB.

50 per cent. of




Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Clam Work. Satisfaction goams
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. Frt-Cleas Workmen do this work. T
sait nMde mew for little money. First-Clai Tailor Repairi and Make 0
to At. Old Panam Hats Claed and Made New. No take.
No. 342 Cflto St. elopbo m No.


Centrally located near Capitol
and everything the best. .

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Are arriving in daily bought at the
right prices and will be sold at a
very small profit. . . . .
Dressers from $5.00 up.
Beds from $3.00 up.
0 hairs 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. 'IHEUS, Propr.


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