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 27, 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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University of Florida
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they are Patterns, the L t tyl and ell fro
$1 .00 to 0.0 a suit.
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Rguar price $10.00 to $12.50. Your
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Overcoats and Rain Costs that former sold
from $18.50 to $1&00. Choice......Sg,
John B. Stetson soft Hats, all styles and
oors, worth $4.50 to $6.00. Your

aid so6 4.11 to $L560. N --. Tc
One lot of Men's and Boys' Caps, worth and
seUfor2c. You .-....----- So
Douglass Regular $8.00 Sho for Men, in pat.
ent Leather, vici gun metal, all styles, to go
at-- .... ..... --........----.. a pair
500 pairs of Men's All-wool Pants, new and
desireable patterns, formerly sold from
$1.m to $2.. Choee ..- -.. ..-e
Pants that sold from $8.50 to $4.0.
Now ...- ... ....- .. ..
Men's Fine Dress Pants that formerly sold
from $6.50 to $800. Your choice
for ....... ... -- ----.....- -
One lot of Men's Dress Shirts worth and sell
from 0e to 7ce. Your hooe -.......3
Men's Heavy Work Shirts, worth 50 every-
where. Choice ..........-...

Men's Heavy Prench Underhirts d. Draw-
ea, worth seO and 75c ach. Chokee..-e
Lot of Men's Heavy Weight Undershirts, to
close out at----..........................---
Men's Cotton Flannel Drawers, worth 8 65a
sair, to go at .........................
One lot Men's new and pretty Neck Ties, to
to go at ... --...............-----........... .c
Suits formerly sold at $2i0 to $8. 0, tP o
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Suit formerly sold at $4.50 to $6.00. Y
choice-. -.----------.--.. $.4
Suits formerly sold at $6.50 to $10.00. Your
choice ...... .... ........... 40
One lot Poys' Knee Pants, to close out.
Choice ..............- .......1e
One lot of new Cloth Skirts on black, brown
and navy. worth from $2.50 to $4.00. Your
choice ...............-- ...... $1.84
One lot of ladies' Dressed Hats, usually Bll
from $.Vo to $6.00. Your choice.. --$1.49
We can please you in price, style and
Levy's Pride Shoe, in the latest styles arind
leather, worth $8.50 to 38.50. Choice_$1.$7
$1.50 to $2.00 Shoes. Choice .. ..$1.3
Ladles' $8.50 Patent Leather and Viei Kid
Shoes. Your choice. -.. .$..- $

$1.25 and $2.00 Shoes. Choice --.......
$2.25 and $800 Shoes. Choice ...----.$147
children's Shoes.............-------------.... up
1,500 yards Dress Ginghams, regular fil
grade-- -..----------. ---- w yard
500 yards Dress Worsted, worth and sell from
l1cto2oc, Your choice-....---,---Seyard
1,000 yards pretty Flannelettes, wosth W101
and 12c. Choice-----. 8.... 4c yard
1,200 yards pretty Outing Flannel, heavy
wai t.----.--.--.-------...-. -7 84c yard
700 yards White Mercerized Waisting, worth
20e to 25c yard. Choice- ...--...---...... c

1,500 yards Calico, the best. worth 7c and 8e,
to go at----------..........-----
Ladies' Belts. 1 lot togo for ._ ..- .... C
Ladies' Black and Fancy Hosiery, Worth 16e.
Your choice.....--............... 7c
One lot of Ladies' Corsets, worth 50c to $1.00.
Your choice-----------------3k .................,
50d Ladies' Shirt Waists. 75c. to $1.00 values.
Your choice----.. -----..---.....-----
Lads' Heavy. RibbhedVest and Pants. tojr
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Ladies' Fleece Lined Vests and Pants worth
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Children's Vest and pants each ... ... J1
One lot of Elderdown Comforters, $2.560 to
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Mthe p lilave h ebMHatseof burope
weep all tmers. Their deseedants of

lh -a-t hasa tendency to
Sq;p with age. The tenor of twenty
boseems the baritone of twenty-eiglht
al the bas of thirty-iz. The tanferior
rma havo higher pitched voleie than
tie mao culteod. The nDegro has a
higher voea than the white man.
Ammogl white races the fair complex-
lomed man has a higher voice than his
darker sknnaaed .brother. The former is
really a baritone or a tenor, the lat-
ter a contralto or bam. It is alerted
that tenors are usually of slender
build, whereas basses am stout, but
there are too many exceptions to such
a rule for It to be reliable. The same
remark applies to the statement that
thoughtful men have deep toned volceas,
mad vice vera. The tones of a vroce
are-pereepUbly hlwer befon than aft
S a ma, for w ehi ao tenors an
mr aly reafu not *to ael too ooDn
after dlnner.-Pasajen' Weekly.
Ways of Hunting.
Deerstalking among the Deortb ta
dia is mnanaed by a skillful counter
ft of the animal. Two hates walk
together-the man beh b with bent
body, the one ia srMat carrying a
taa head. The lea of the men
serve very well for the tore and hlad
egp of the animaL Inthit way the
hbnters get almost la the midst of a
a of deer before the creates are
aware* of dager.
The c aeNh Is hunted In a simllar
way br the hushna of South Afritesa,
a"d the akmoe sometimes come to
lose quarters with eals by dressing
themelve t sealakins and dexerous
ly .m1maf the style of swaimming
aNd "6Oe~lag" so characteraistic the
Is Aetralla the natives bring the
walby or young kagar wtthi the
aM M btf m a and feather roa
to eat of a lon rod and Imtatl
the bee cry.-Loon o trand.

UMm. Wlgeakse Jenkisoso. we
eught to take me of the lrt edms
masuis.N If osly 4 a year. and
the ehUea an getting old eouh
now to bare something good to read.
Mr. Wledome- Only $4 a year
Thar atal ib tt U yo begin on map-
suame you'D thak you have to keep It
ap. At the ead of every year you'll
want to bqve 'ea bound. There's two
volumes ta a year. Costs $1 a volume
for binding. That makeO $, a year.
In ten years Ift's $. Then you'll want
a bookcasee to hold the twenty volumes.
Thatll cost about 92 because you'll
think It oaght to be big enough to bold
the twenty more volumes. Tbere's $5
thrown away. Do you think I'm made
of money? If you want to read the
ma-alna, what's the matter with bor-
rowing 'em?7-Chicago Tribhuue.
A Gret Toele ....
A number of persons were talking
about telescopes, and each proeteeedi
to have looked through the "largest la
the world." One after another totd of
the powful eet of the respective
t kaopee. "At last a quiet ma adM
mildly: "t oece looked through a tele&
esoe. I deo't know that It was the
last Ia tft woa. I hope It w I't
Bt ft tbreut the mom so neat aut
we em l ee the "a Ia It uiculat-
IN wiaS ad crpylag est: Doe't eboot!
Deet ihetr The ola duffer thought
Ik w a li fmcaon a tt we were point-
lag at ham." The quiet man shoeWd
and so ed all the res
The law of gravtkation I thus given
In Newt..*' weds. "very particle of
matr It o the aTrse attracts every
ahr -s'ade wth a tere wham d-
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Per ul by ad uamlt.

A pww otothe pablia

Horne Shodmg by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experlease.. .

R pwtleeof the pwhfie
pat u Is 1 leleted
and etn fet a ginraa.
Meovy lf'rt ilr Milkn a
State Agent for the
Austin Road Machinery,
Plow, rpers, AUTO Rollers,
street Sprakl and Graders, ame
built ad operated by him before set-
ted for. S8 him for further particu-
lars or address P. 0. Box 2o6 Tallahas-

Thudag, Phumbing
ShwMtal Work
All w the line of
Roofing, Guttering,Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
oNdstod, and especial care
take to please my pat-
ron U. . . .

P .b a Speialty.

Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every dAY
for sale by the lead-
in Gromces

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Nomroul, VA.
Excursion Tickets on Sale Daly.
For full information and sl reservations call on any Agent,
0Sebom or write,
S. C. BOYLSTON, ., Aitat General Passenger Agent,
JacksoovUlle, Florida.
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Al Kinds of Fresh Meats.

Satisfaction guaranteed. Give meyourorders.

Prompt delivery.

:Ring up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meat.frnm my Stall.

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H Ickery, Ash, popular In Special

Sizes and, Length a Specialty.



Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
in Florida. '
The hme of the Wiki Der and the Wild ThIrk, theW hter

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esi l.oaineI gro v e f A t 'rOut at Li ak dof e.
Rhe 4as onidNer atm0 oleod Mtobs I is of dfere stt or aa etpP7g
r ,a y, ha lm anda ap r e
NY ihigyrseleto of al- srs. U4 M, Ind lan. T men- beo- -r n s aw la .ISfte
wsefrW d ot vel- tics tnh ier ia std 6beg o mae i ue l tser if wedo pinLE
the Abeuurst tnIs aWioous d stos la to oe Th ate f ail h av e p oe intatlat thes
.. pteda

ClridNa assaber of J. W. "r telaft fte wedmad i 4red toy oStop*' sadforussy
pa pesattradtive ars goate rn asserved the*peoed weDis S Tmpa l est. r andltthtcktn Sfe ^ues thus prdne i ts
*bli, wtis rylntryn. It i a iU ev he was tedto Conhrepe sat toaB to th state a ep o rt m InfS,1 sS& w Ilg S ^
R~aiti.od eato fms oterd and ro-.iesd two yes Ioser; sea, an no dfr b to ainegd the lanc a ,,the et n:o5to Lo D c.AThR. orW
eiaUmry Ia ksrou ateeriptid lst wlg eSluetr anhis Ot mad at toe Unital lteasthat viewofth e td I adis a.Itc.Hig Gabe arni E
SdWe4=. 2Wint'ua ought, bnam emiy of thh be wdoverowed pand Itp w bisfr the eS Ca pita lom,

the beito welra might reev.Te.Lestetatet ao %ead
isrl,' f41 p sa lep e a vet rIld

hIr. iCtmasn .o j. W.Mr Mth ory' values afwM aftew pproeelat s a aorv Sywhens a r E betor t e t ts
h~nr f qut vlu'ble propd66

la IA Mhb your lwetion of agrical- servJcs in the U. 8. Sfeato. To m ...--.. i inthem!i detth will be sINiimlij
dnewsppe a for 190, do nonover- tioam my we et wild be to th e e la l surrud ithe ewa ol e tha gru dm oprgt
the bl eesll ri alterist. It iso inrto dteoton as nto otors That destoe hoprepresemntatinon a the M it i unish o estate fby A. TI
JoepIhr, Iad t 5 Ia n ood jh s tho pwo weri d s ahead- Oqtto Fair nd at tte Jbad.o- thi
future will ooatre. *.aid etito Sates bD his trict ut dlded tih e log old ll cortainra hansme t 0.1 M wM 1OaM.
Pesrp to Mttey or mo tiona the relbset r mat, awd no u- fo bohe sekt drawing nr, said rs "e : m ollts Tdo D:het
Msm tloome out aftor i lorida's oity eoM bo aor oUdarqut thalthis. e and efart to show up, ani tlt v1ewoftabovefte. I dvis tbll r. C.f Orbl i
grigltaI lbtert particularly anso- ugt dostet btI wood be Pwettof do timsof ti CptlCl A nlee tnr w
ltr Pralt eA tT r IoTnr bi we miht rnve. Tt ta En Cmey f prisonmol, sd
Tm beJC. ColmpthR. s E. cook Ast. ertyaWo*la1owaftour h abot rrved whten futhe ferten h su stle left or thmo to 1 ds ws.
S~. Alex and L. e. Johonl have I eompny, thA fot mela Urn Mhe .Me d lid urroundin as shoo be S& them a _tl
tin laeb L1 CommoCalt ilto Nw York Worldm iay. of t : m h- tanboadwee, dthr torniahlmt A
elerm frma and Ldet ed SMtot Dtnietdct Cae rt deTlde ths uneritesbhoa ldoall eotaon a hnd. SSem at t tojr wout w theat ene
fr'e to them, mnd if the kep 0-et gaw is neouMtidedl. benfo e thrifty taoriteulteurot. Ic toStan estta te. delt oIs th ee oS
tlottrd, ll pt Tilm earounmd for th~ dison Lxa sMraty he u ma my, on onm. coi aMinl Mi .- are for evwedkttoaim
edt nPremsot de iU sil co- hat t rdetlo n priee o *mfloar ` tOnalaieoesu than ay o* d x' to* DrtW

-r A dtme of tir Cfntitution of t t W. H A y-GInerL wa eno one toW es it~
BA lrm romn Mo., D nitd tat howevrw, not to be b kST
ibr, .yp; "Two yr the "AWonud to the totimony of tim to Mr.. o defsd him tpol- Ips ionse ae sMtd
Wl0,SmtlW,"ael 1it" I61- USe3Wi w Idmiho1 clto E ctount r thies, a mlke 5KA o sw an
1 to down M wite In a well M pay latest and divleands on the com. e Iatri is w nk Man and ttham
fore." Worse -tin a hore thief, or pon's otaiealm. nay th least. -Jaeksoevie Metropolis. otea2S Weedal, to look up thea
eay other kind orf a lowdowerimial This involves most important qu Of coors It is laudable and Weomm hend m g? 33suiLgo Dr. CIartw m W
giwes Itn quil 1M5rld 3M 4at. W5b

Ap man who would do soeh aet ti an whih should be promptly ar9ed abe In ha to e pire for so high, lofty see tihe M d of dipther or ay ommodter t e. Bela
Isheoll oe set up for two hinIdrd yIers to ti alsprme Court of the Umted and hooable pmition, no one blsme other rmde contr that Mooter aoatar"wo
K-.oo.........-- StatesI and -learly settled there. him for that, ad we have failed so far For seCo. bonds of hou mshldna.
The oity was urowdd with people Is a fraehse property or is It a to s any eee criticism of his can. The Jneum m Ma s points endldate delded
SMondty and TueMday, all kinds of p license or permt If a franehie i diday. Te several newspaper have Mr. J. R. Jones, th eapable and to Jackonvlllo, when tihe
Sphi well Anxd aid poor, white and col- not roety tfortnth adt spoken of his wofl srve in beck popular aleman for Duval Broths- that Bop Wd was the
erld, with a mixture of foreigners does not apply., If it is ike a lqupor H. mg up against Hoa. Prank Clark, and stole ~ mreh his d nt sat to the Bishop the letter f
We have not beardof a single arrat sease ore pI.esart elense or a sido some have spO s of the great number ad srtedb to Mi Mine ha over to thoe s h t
we were 0s our strlIte very oftt'and wal permt, the t I revokable or of e*dldat bon Duval, but, dear Wilson of tha tilo. Mtr. JoM wse made tohem ts ad w
Sdt me as mgle pron under the isame dae. No thIetre or InhLtUen. Metiopell, ~ih threw say sllme eom slaerad Mr. T. P. corespartn
Stlenoe of Mqie Mo the leat boltr- or saloea ean lvoke the four at or Ou plucky 3 ambitious Hon. Ion trekt r Whtd oi wrenov Walke of
eIs The whole Chrisms n Tallahm. te ama n to prevent Its rg.. Frans W bad failed to read It thhud be s Ha t r ansd.
It. WIs. Th' speakl well "e a w .fra e isoprty.,what. h is tuhe Florui ,h e 5l_.*a PatcOie Tv aI
mt as a dryety, or a city with vaue e t et of whih is e- oor pet a. W. The pretty hrstmas edtons o ty ahe The trhialy clad man ta the
ut a h qmsm in It*7 AoatoTry A franchise for P1 gas Aracadia News, and Champton, the patch only makes a fool of
S Their Tr Dmemat eovrsthIs local would be less glnblo than a tranehlse Yesterday M Browdd a n. aevllle vator, t"he Irt PierrO by japplag. "

S ow s Lt b. of Judoge Hfuh's deo a, t fthe Court o county.
Sma at.e~ Nd o. a a, ount, a t pip ad material o. tlaoy de th yocu ed h suTehes ci. te. pse iobliga tioa

iad forto seatieorivtooM CStaf. poert woar out and dbedoald i ~n al, Sdor s ndhP w hoa ru akomel Is ash Sa fft, Bl
st Lr ; thlwM inot e you ea't ff s dy afraeher, born Inthatnibler Ate e the Goeiicst, Istoay

?Mt to havo it, for hwory dolparone.tdea not dettTGratGa and whatyver its ora- taand pypti billo for thoal testtar, as man wSo sH
f restart f twhiawihtkatd ontadhe f tsC sr the l ptalatoon rel p leatN w ta -R. m ili
td tiaiswobrg rth sekijusoan tthwes asate prof ittomeepalal. IitalfS e Trl^ 0 b o t her
-dtir r-- ,- --.-------k~

--t ak h Rattmpd Ratto-b Ldaw A* m thup "dd A tawat"I -
ee tIhow a me 8charto eo bo fmJudgetouldembesn, temthourt t---e so" at to Ozer- county. Wb_ -am PbS to -

Tho Chrisstao ani s of ia the PI a mora ernsest Ti e fre ia te santheo-n. Se e l esthatrmeIs I ofta&Wunhatattrhlistle aman a d 1 mo -lare
as1016Fo 4 y emM to setC0.oe on tboa toumun

Strel fnd sth service evtt toowam. rowe. ou Mm f be tataiwe yhtaee fildil ots ofblekeuad mArim
f>or(rm bw et -0s o so Jounardn aM innbisa bein itnbet o Tmke aASredetBhOat aA t hqs e H
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dealy little inv itation as de
evelo~ and they were madae w1thS ,, .
e e~~ nsnesa, and ood taU e.
Cnt little buskete iild with candy V av a
were prented. one to each child as a
ft from their teacher, Mias Marie (qus yo h

The readers of this paper will be
pleased to l r that the re at least
one dreaded d that science has a

coemttuiotlnal disease r, ulrea a consti-
tu tional treatment. Halls Catarr Cure
the bde nd taus .arta.e of, te ThroIgf xp1 e o arleI here fa: I Wa I
sptem, thnreao Ism troeisr the aEands-
ton of tdeadim de ace vn hee hda "
b ation a is ain n t now mshig out Orsto
work. propretorm have .. mueh If we ave pleased as ain. If we have die-
theworky pos iy oS ih MA IM o6Do.
Mtaith ik its eaurative power tthat eV pleased "
tht treato cure. Send for rhof Cureas well as the -
te onHunred Dollars for any casee fabrics, Swe
Addn re F. J. CHENsrY & CO., To. Cn g orehatv. I
Sold by all druggist. .7cc. Aug. 184f. left at Ru.s Store, will have prompt

andlbeap t Cl.O. mes. yea have to us, just eay 85to Cean-
It oi not h dlta y of food t",ket
the an.hminn 8temseh and .a

;,ie "itlix en.atueC.irmswPet..o now in w..
their The vkti a relish_ __ft sn Ifw hae_ _
fotr y ineresed D aohl h and - s
wthsL tour. Innduorane aMs-sw lear ... *"
t. SfpdO f ee. ""ss. eo-Lafbrge Setter Dog. WItsj-wh
Aor ale by Tallahassee DruY&Co. Two good fs, mfd Jey MI f av taeolored spots. City dog tug Noa
i. O A._i Y tOtntes Ow rewtr. If returnd to
&EebilyTllI * Rk $o _. .- Bw5u1a6o0s.A ,
t that givesat[t. Tallbmhtee, V 419 Capital City Stables-

Walk er

carries a full Line of'

Dry Goo

tB Notions.

We have the

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Fow Ladle. .

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lect from, at very low prices!
Largest assortment of ladies' and gent's Solid dold and Gold
Filled Watches, at all prices, the lowest possible, quality con-
BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND Lockets, Plain Solid GoC and Gold
Filled from $1.50 to $25.00. Diamond Rings from $7.00 to $800.
BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND and Fancy Brooches in great va-
Just arrived an elegant line of Solid Silver Ware at unheard
of prices I
LARGE ASSORSMENT OF ;Comb, Brush and Mirror sets
from $8.50 to $25.00. Oomb and Brush sets from $5.00 to $6.5'0
GENT'S MILITAR ~ -... great variety from $6.00 to
$14.00. Manicure Sets from $8.60 to $12.00. Clothes Brushes
from $1.75 to $5.00.
WHISK BROOMS Aem $1.50 to $8.76,
LADIES HAT BRUSH from 68c to $2.00.
SILVER PURSES and CARDCASES from aft,0o $2.00.
Also a'great variety of Silve Noveltie from o50c .
Engraving free of charge I
FINE ASSORTMENT of SUlve Deqpit War from $1.00 to
Jewel and Glove Boxe from 7c to $12.00.
Handsome Mirrors f t iM to a 16.00.
Solid Gold and SilvW W&Mih-aW(aR- $ 1.$ to $10.00.
Fine Assortment of -Cho ,at Coee and Saud 8es all in
beutiftl cases, from $6.00 to $12.00.
Grand displa of Cugla# eight inch Bwls fom $&00 up.
Fancy China and rie.a.Bae gt# variety
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andlyou s lil find no better in-
vestment for your money than
property in and around Talla-
basseI We are offerai homnw
lots and farms, that are sure
to rise in value shortly at
bargain prices. If you want
to secure a bome tha will
give you a home and make
y for you at the same
Ntine, consult us.


m odl fem continuing 875 acres, 825 acres of which is cleared;
lwothl af.800 dwelling, 5 tenant houses. 8 good barns for
J MWn. 7d 7O choice peach tros which will bear next
Tqe kI well watered, the character of the land Is gm-
as weON a table land, the soil liht grey and red clay
*iM l-t 4kedLf soils for the culture of Tobacco.
is loated about three miles from the City, and is of-
a Mt etime monly.
r pJee and term, ca on or address

fAst and f6ereL
J. C. RAnON,
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Passamsasi F W a CeM,
but seer fellows the we Foley
H ey sad Tar. It e ccr
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Pair god drlvium a d M1 le hore
for saleo hep. Ap tIS talo
N. Keith. 42-4

Pinelve Carbolised ats.Uke a 1oul.
twice. draws out inflamsad.pol .
tiseeptic,heaHlin. For hands,
cut, burns. Sold by C b's Drug
Store. *8
Ring's Little Liver Pills wake up lazy
liven, clean the system en4 clear the
skin. Try them for bilion- a&ud s ick |
headache. Price 25e. Sold by Cobb's
Drug Store. *3
FOR RENT 2 nice rooms for co uples
Address Miss Mattie M. Whatliy,North I
Monroe street. 89-3t
A Ring's Dyspelia Tablet after each
meal overcomes ndigestlon, dyspepsia
and other stomach ills. Two days' trial
free. Ask our dealer. Sold by Cobb's
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ReallEstate Dealers.

i was very ,i~ 1
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this morning. lv.
me down town t lr
Christmas thi We
have invited it
friends to a '0I
take Christma dit's I
with us. MamBW he
wanted to get .ry
beat kinr of i cl'les,
because it d)n,L't
look nice tc *ak ipop
pie to dinneran 4 pt
put the nice thas
on the table
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SP.S. I G't tell
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we got, but ou can
get everythi you want
torLthrisUt of the
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than any light on the market.
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button or ameer refunded. Prsaed by PIN11BU4 MEDICINB CO.. CHICAGOn. 1. S. A.

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La* hare, yo el grow"sr,
Wair arse paw'go much?
T o wre a Ni5OaUh bowler,
Splhg eveqrrW you touch.
'Botupaon tie thWt of trouble,

e it, eor glk ey -rweather,
Don't IO get morose and blue-
Don't a=sw the white feather
To wave n triumph o'er you.
Don't forever be tai
'Boot the ills that on you pile ;
Quit your adilt bhtMwkin'-
Be an optlmist, and smile.
Darn t, man, keep a-peggin',
Don't you ever lose your hope;
You'll w out If you keep a-leggin',
Thgh In doubt you now may grope.
Cale, od seeout, pretend you're happy,
Though your heart is full of guile:
Kep your sopirits bright and snappy -
S -E. A. BRIsTool,
No need to fear oughe and cold this
ear, as you can obtain Bees Laxative
Cough Syrup now from your dealer
This is good news to mothers who fear1
croup and whooping cough. It is a gen- I
tie laxative that expels the poison from

of this district has introduced a bill in
the House at Washington calling upon
S the Attorney General for a ful state-'
ment of the expenses incurred in the'
ponage proecutlons in Florida, and
or a detailed account of the status and
duties of Mrs. Quackenbol, the United
oItatee female detective, who has been
"working up" these peonage cases in
Florida and other States.
Let the light returned on with its full
power. The Southern people want no
peonage among them, and while at rare
tervails a white man may be found
sufficiently degraded to attempt that
kind of business, he in in no sense rep-
ursntative of the people of this see-
tn. hBut we believe that this Mrs.
powckenbos is doing much more harm
eg ood, and whill she is doubtless
as hoet, wel-meaniag woman, she os
Cobably also a eonfirtad sentamental-
on the negro question, and that
eans that she has precious i lte com-
w sense on the subject. E~tlomye
Tegro i labor In the South are eon-
lantly emoounering diculties of the
texaspermtlnga c!mctr because of
Sehronk unreabliability of that labor
=Od thperfeetly conacienceleas facility
kwhih it maks eontrasts, aeuree
voluabe advanea and then "IJumps the
eb." ha W he e State law to prevent
e as far as possible, but the efforts
of Mra. Quaakambos aad her kind have
fe direct eet of r entering these laws
nffatory and practically encouraging
a negro in his dishonest methods. It
is ve probable that this woman Is de-
nlpralisng the labor system of the South
wbrever her influence ts felt, at the
Opnioe of both the white man and the
ngro, for she deprives the former of
h laborer, and helps to make the latter
a peripatetic vagabond, prowling around
ta country from Job to Job, viola ing
his contract without scruple and feel-
itg Saem in all .I, h deis that way,
because "de guv'ment' will stand be-
tweeu him and the employer he ha
l. Put Silater uackenboa in the
IWOk.ght, how up .er method ml-
nately, and let the country me If ahe i
helping the eau ofi Jatte and promot-
ia good relatiostt etwe the two
raem In the rouTf by her meddlesom
work. live Oak Democrat.
The Ctrecs TIme
to top a cough or cold i n ust p soon
as It startas-then there will be nu dan.
ger of pneumonia or consumption.
ta few doema of Ballard'm loreo-
-W nd Syrup taken at the start will
4top the cough. If it has been running
,n for some tinwme the treatment will Ih
lrger, but the crursi ia Iurs Sold by
!lSrdr-wSmith Co.
A Shrewd Saving.

*t, uad e w ear f I *l M e
bollock pletared IL was Smisb
back at Mte strong tDat beld Ma
and from bin frohed i ssed nc a low
moaning bellow of .W His laws
colored sknl. soft a ws AS trew
lous as shake water
The bullock was w tethath tUm ed
enratly echb yard e Aser's
vance. His abject Atlld with w
pity. It was a stra fIexplieable
thas, this tsltu eon s0 Umal
world that taught the where lay
great daw..
Now, I know that strl was eClems
for the moukeas. runall nimbly to
the top of their tre. sho away with
downward swoop to the brncb of
another. colding and call n to eac
other an they fled.
The bullock had almost to bel.
low and stood. fore len wI aPrt and
head lowered to the groumd.', ansflixad
in terror.
Suddenly throng the b'9t1" ton
yards from our machan wIP thrust
the sneering yellow muscle of a tiger.
and his red brown eyes larel with
horrible cupidity at the animal that
wts now faSlonated to illence' Atop
this face of evil the round ceir.
blick rosetted, were twitched IP(k a-
Even In Its dreadful menace, in Ito
sUgieROtlon of brutal ferocity. the
ste~tlthy approach of the tlgres' was
befaitiful to see. A creep of a yard
or two, then she crouched, hea'. low
to enrth and tall lashblng from sl e to
side with vicious Jerks.
The cub was evidently beinx acool-"
ed. lose behind hie mother the
youngster skulked, his young. fodish
eyes shifting from point to point is
though he did not quite know wio It
all meant. *
As we lay aide by aide both our rirP"
were trained on the tigress.

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SA. Atk-. m --- s..
ris amti1L I. Carpmater' Cah
g u disa eity, amn ue e a
i at the are sateo, 6 he
0f t to himself, ahn the dej
TlBmmt that be was t he rft mnia
M t ibti place. He bia yery Meed
SmanM and the amesd a d of Mr.
'U l W Levy of ldis !esaty.
T bride as t imecd mhtur of
SMr. iam D. Atkineam, of the Mai-
I Pt neighborhood. She
Bgraces and is a very i rog
r'. _The parlors were very n :i deC
nd with beautift piteur and
At 7 o'clock in the evening the M
ad bride entered the parlor aadw
Sjust inside the door, and the
*ii ifn spite of a downpour of ran
wa filled with friends and relative.
Rev. E. W. Russell was conveiTmtly
tationed,and,in a few mpressive words,
pronounced them husbaOmd and wife.
The neighborhood was very sorry to
have to give up Miss Bessie, forsbewas
very much loved by all who knew her.
Immediately after the marriage cere-
mony, congratulations were extended,
and the bride received numerous nice
presents. Their trunks were packed,
and the hack stood at the gate ready to
receive them. Fred courteously saw his
fair young bride seated within the ear.
rage; then he assumed a digniled air,
such as the head of a family usually
wears on special occasions, and seated
himself beside-Mrs. Frederick 0. Levy.
They reined up at Mrs. Barco's boarding
house,where they will remain during the
holiday, after which they will commence
The whole neighborhood joins in wish-
ing them a long, prosperous and happy
itfe. A FRIEND.
Mis lituoy Powell leaves to-day for
Tallaha see, to the regret of the many
young people with whom she is so popu-
lar. Mi s I'owell goes to spend Christ-
mas with her grandfather Judge Ber-
nard so prominent a resident of West
Florida. Mrs. W. G. Powell, Miss Ruby
Powell's mother is slmvd the omstu ofu

r Judge Bernard, he father. -Ja son
the brain shot or the point of the shout- ville Metropolis, 20th.
der or the vertebrae of the neck we
there to choose from. T\ Subsaribe to your home newsapaet.
I knew that Dan would nudge m -
whon we were to Ore, and I waited. 4. -
finger on trigger and my eye lying,
along the slgbts.
The tigress crouched and turned ber 'I
fac toward our machan, though her ,
eyes still rested straight ahead.
I felt the soft push of Dan's knee on I _v_...__v_... __
my leg and pressed my trembling fin. '
ger to the lever. I
There was a roar of both rifles, a lit-
tle cloud of amoke, a sulpburous breath LveryMl ti
tn our nostrils, and below In the bar. -I
ren paddy feld many devils were tear- ies.
Ing up the earth with great nolse.
"nagged herr" Dan ejaculated, for
the great beast, tawny aid black strip-
ed. was on her side. clawing viciously \ So m iner ab-
at the sod. / I sl--aat.
Again our rifles spoke.,
slowly the buge head fell flat to
earth, the red eyes lost their ferocity -
or was It only a glint of pity for tho Price, $1.50 ton $6r
dying that faneled thin-the breath I ri,., -1.0 o W
sucked aud sputtered through the
blood that eaied from mouth and nos-
trils. and, waiting with Impatience for
a litle In our machann we iaw death P NchoIMson,
comend put the seal of silence -on
the Mitteredl form of beautiful strength. TI L
-"Bearing the urmeee Tiger." by Jeweler.
W. A. Fraser. In Outing Megaulne
A Verdant Student.
rTo add to the gayety of ntisoii,m
new AIkiannas student from the fturuil
districts was nnglht the mnio)nt le -.- -
stetpped off a train, and a few points
were explained. lie was told that ir 0 YEARsI
tie hoped fnr peace during lifs college :XPEIINCI
life he must promptly squelch a watch
mann who took a dellaht In boasin1

frephlinen. They lel him like a iailm
to lth. room of the prealdent and In
foritwl him the watchman wasa Insile.

An old sage' has said that the best *,' if,.. -Ii, 1ital n i r,'i. llrir ancnuKi.
lpreaeit that one can give another in there wna n nno al tting at the desk
something that will last a long time and I1 tuerely wint to 4an the studle keep thefriendship of the donor always tw'ie., 'ltht I don't like your fa'se I
Iresh in the mind of thepermon to whom nvan't crnoil.i oti tto (linltg It iii
the presentation in made kee'', It wvay frim ntile or I'll hurt it
That is the very sort of ai Christini TIhM nuppl., ;it< |thtiin ar,.> .I...
Virr(sent a year'snmsilacript ion to, the New pl
York Sunday World will prove to be'. .11, t,,. -% il
orderr from your newsldealerwhile'thuere "Yn., rany I.' hl, Iuia.ur, ". ,
in yet time. 0 OyIrit y4ot 11, 1 l'" lt *vlu lmis"t kii-et oi
..... .. your own It-ll. Iton't tr to explaiiin
Whenever you feel that your stomach I've heard of you tweforr,' Al I w.flat
has gone a little wrong, or when you to say In. keep away fro' niii,'
feelthat t is not in good order an"' nThen he went out. il tilio li ext tin ,
evidence Iby mean headaches. nervous- %,n he reallwe i t all, he passla on
ness, bad breath, and belching, take lieninei itihe ato
something at times, and especially a f- t, Ihi. ftlin 1h nnd eaw the a
ter your meals until relief is afford~i. w here tools rulh nd angels fear to
There is nothing better offered the pub. tread.-P.ay.lteville (Ark.) Dispatch to
lie today for stomach troubles, dyslpewp- T I ,l'0 (.'st Disuatch.
itsa Indigeston., etc. than KOIXT..
This I a aclentific preparation of nat- AJvialn a Statesman.
ural digeatants combined with vegeta- 'If you must monkey with i
ble aed. and contains the same juicfr' legislation. Abner, why not go in four
found In every healthy stomach. Ko(- something popular?"
DOL is guaranteed to give relief. It i- *"Can such li'leatutin t' poitmlar?"
pleasant to take: it will make you ft ,l "It can Mnke It n penal offense for
fineby digeating what you at. oldv man to ask for hir cut on o atur
all diungsts. .. .. day afternoon "-Washltntoo Heriald.
For any of the ordinary disoas f -
akin Chamberlain's Salve as excellent A Pitting Theme.
It not only alayas the itching and smart- *Ruiamer showed ae hi last poem.
n but effoete a cure For sale by It i eato tled 'onsnet to but Oa.' "
Tallahasme Drug Co. "Humphl It he wrote the truth, It
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*UW 57. 28-tf

Mr. Charles Poleston spent Christ-
tas with his brother Clyd..
Dr. J. A. Anders and Mr. W. A. Me-
t= d made the True Democrat a
t visit Tuesday evening.
loMnry--B biggest and best line
Shi Tallahassee. Holmes Drug
Sidney T. Diamond is *pending
pleasantly with his home
Tshassee friends.
John C. Hodge was in the city
1we ana made the True
a pleasant visit.
Jafts H. Randolph, wife and
Down and spent the Christ-
with their people and Tal-
2- b&. Ma d, a student at Yale
ISeJtoo, will preach at .Trinity
F, rChurch Sunday evening. Mr.
will address his remarks princi-
to !sen.

arm encircled by a band o
a to the beholder. See that
I's arm has its rightful or-
I pvh. nigr one of P. T.
esls lvey bracelets. 40.
0|b' a Mrs. L. A. Andrews, of
C., anm vasMimg .the .ormer's
S and Ms. E. D. Andrews,
e Msun ry noume a few milel-wet

SILR. C. Lon wil take boarders at
-- on North Monroe street.
so resonabl as can be secu d
l William Bailey Laar
meltaet wife are spending
with his mother, sister
l*Ai a hola ip in Stanley's
40-a0 a 40 p cent. dicount.
:iro .'O. Bx 841. 874t
R C. Weeks has returned to
home from Spencer,
she spent tae sum-
,slohbeat min of statioary
D G amiidletwsprove t

@ .s a t men of the
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Stawhn yod i fe l a
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Professor J. C. Calhoun will spend
the holidays at Tampa.
Huyler's in fancy package at io-me=
Drug Co.1 43
Mr. Fred Hardee will spend Christ-
mas at his old home In Madison.
Waterman Ideal Fountain Pens are
guaranteed by us. Holmes Drug Co
Mr. Will B. Crawford, editor of the
Pensaeola News, Is spending the holi-
days with his parents in this city.
Horse Blankets, 75c to $5.00 at J. D.
Cay'* 40
Mr. John Choate, of Pensacola, is
spending Christmas in Tallahassee
with his parents.
When you want a nice granite or
marble monument, write the Thomas-
ville Marble works, R. A. Weldon. 36
Hon. Vv. M. Holloway, State Superin-
tendent of Schools. has appointed Feb-
7th, 1908, as Arbor Day, and requests
that the same be observed throughout
the State.
Mrs. R. C. Long will take boarders at
her residence on North Monroe street.
Terms as reasonable as can be secured
elsewhere. 41-2t
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Logan, of Jack-
sonville. are visiting Mrs Logan's
brother. Mr. W. A. Papy. for a few
Don't fall to see Sweeting's elegant
Cut Glass and Chainmg Dishes.
To the regret of her many friends,
there seems to be no improvement In
the condition of Mrs. W. II. Z Igler,
who baa been III for the pas two
week at her home in the man,'. Dr.
B. S. Bond la in attendance, and Mrs.
DIdleld is Instalsed as nurse.

A pretty arm encircled by a bnmd of
gold us a Joy to the beholder. See that
your daughter's arm has its rigrhtful or-
nament by purciusingt one of P. T.
Ntcholson's lovely bracelets. 40.
Hoe. W. M. Holloway. Miss Clem
Hampton, Protfeosr L W. Buchbols,
Putfessor Bondurant, Miss Kate Sulli-
van and Mrs. R. B. Gorman will be
among those attending the State 3du-
oastonal Assoclation. which will con-
veos on the list ast. a S Bt. Peters
Don't buy sa Robe before seeing
my stock, J. D. % y. 40
Prost L. W. Buehholz. Dean of the
Florida Female College at Tallahnssee,
is spending tme holiday season In Tam-
pa. Before turning to the capital,
Prof. Buchhols will visit his estate at
Sutherland, and will attend the meet-
ith of the State Teacher's Association
at St. Peterboarg.-Tampa rvenming


Mrss. Frances Hogan ham&rned
home, accompanied ,y her s5 Mrs.
N. S. Long. of Memphis, T,
Honme Blanketa and Lap RoLar-
est stock to select from at J CaY s
Mrm F. B. Biddulph will Id holi.
day week In Jaoksonville a visit
to her husband, who is tl in the
interest of the Fraternal 50.
Rutabaga Seed! Call Yaeger-
Bethel Co.'s for your Rutl Seed.
Rev. W. H. Carter, rt of St.
John s Episcopal Church, quite ill,
and his daughter, Mrs. His of Day-
tona, has come to be witwIa for a
few weeks.

WANTED-Position as owgrapner
by young lady, student ofaughton 's
college, Atlanta, Ga. Af to P.0.
Box 216, or phone 1247. *41-2t
.. I). Cay. Jr., Frant..eete, Jr.,
Frederic Hocker, arnesOmle, Dale
Mabry and Everett Leware among
the latest arrivals hower the boll-
Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Vdwardcame
from Conference to ahassee to
spend Christmas with hwd Mrs. F.
P. Woodward and, their sts of Talla-
hassee friends, and the)ill leav for
Kassimmee Thursday, wi Mr. Wood-
ward is stationed for thwxt Confer-
ence year.
Mr. Wilford Levy is swing into a
handsome yo= mar and stands
high and is geui alo nicely at G.
M. A. Park, Georgia ae has been
spending the holidays asntly with
his parent* and mi Tallahassee
Business rncilS, good argument
that the City ;= Light Plant
should be given enoU patronage and
encouragement to mait pay a han4-
some return to the ta"yes of TalSU-
hamse. It in oar ow plant and our
people should make itxy by patroniz-
i t. n iI
Next *OF S 7
Leon Lodge No. 6 r 0. F., mtI in
ret 6 se1M. ution and eto-
tion of oMeeIs for thbnuing term ill
take pioe. and otim loportant bha"
nees will coam up ore the Ledge.
A tall attamem ofae membership is

"I have fired the talking stick I've
carried over 40 o asecount of a
sore that resisted kind of tre'at-
ment, nUtil I tried BLklin's Arnica
Salve; that has the sore and
made me a ha= ra writes John
-tt .of N N.C. Guar-
druiggists. 26ce.

Miss Carrie Edwards haa gone to
spend the holidays at her home at
Lloyd. _
Mr. John Denham left Sunmday for
Montlcello to be absent through the
holidays. t
Mr. C. A. Finley left Tuesday morn-
Ing for his home in Lake City. where
he will remain for a week's visit.
Congressmun and Mrs. W. B. Lamar
arrived on the early train Monday
morning to spend Christmas with Mr.
l.amar's family.
Cards are out for a Leap Year dance
to be given by the young ladles of
Tallahassee. No effort will be scared
to inatke this dance the most brilliant
affitir of the season.
Dr, H. M. Mullino and family, of
Mont-zuma, Ga., arrived here Christ-
anitt afternoon to remain through the
holidi s u n guests of Drs. W. L. and
F. C. Moor.
The niany friintdsi of Mrs. ohn T.
ilrudtfrd are glad to learn of the im-
provement in health of her little son
Brooks. whose long and tedious illness
has excited such universal sympathy.
Brookn' little friends regret much that
heiwill not be able to enter as usual
into( their Christmas sports this year.
Mr, and Mrs. W. S. Quarterman'd
large circle of friends are rejoicing
with them over the great improve-
mbnt in the condition of their little
daughter Phoebe. Mrs. Quarterman
and the children have just returned
home from Baltimore, where for sev-
eral months past, the child has been
under the care of specialists.
Messrs. Joe and Henry LAster, the
popular Tallahassee salesmen for thel
Jiutchinson Hat ned Shoe Company In
Jacksonville, are spending their
Christmas with family and friend,.
These young men are making an en-
viable reputation for themselves In
the commercial, world and have a
bright future predicted for them by
their friends.
Congressman and Mrs. William B.
Lamar were In the city for a few hours
yesterday en route to their nome at
Monticello to spend Christmas. Con-
gressman Lamar says that he is In the
race for aile United States Senate to
win, and that he is already receiving
many assurances of support from all
over the State. Congress hai a heavy
business f dispose of at this session,
and we are looking for a busy period."
said oir. Lamar. "As soon as the ses-
sion in over I will begin an active cam-
paign."- Times Union, Z.rd
Lap Robes. Chase and Strook brands.
at J. D. Cay' 4

To the GOs Users oi the City of Talla-
We, the undersigned members of the
City Council of the city of Tallabsese,
Fla., do earnestly request that you do
not pay your December bill for aa to
tie Capital City ~-ght and Fuel Corn-
pany until the Council advise you to do
so. We would like for you not to pay
any more bills at all for the present, as
we consider It at. outrage and injus-
tice to you for the gas company to try
to make you put up with such r gas.
There are two ways to make the Capi-
tal City Light and PFuel Company furn-
ish good gas; the first is for the as
users to refuse to pay the bills of the
gas company, and the rwond is for the
City Council to tell than that ift they
do not furnish good gins. they, the City
Council, will revoke toeir charter.
This the City Council has done and we
expect to do what we said we will do.
It is true we would like to have gas but
we can get along without It, as we
have practically been doing off and on
for nome time. Now if the gas com-
pany wants to keep on doing business
In Tallahassee they must give the gas
users of Tallahassee good gas, and we
ask you to help the City In Its
fight for good gas.
If you will help there can be but one
of the two results, good gas or no gas
company. It In up to you to say which
you want.
yoSigod 0. BE. Lrwl ,
S. D. CuhITtxEM .
S. C. JAWMs,
F. CLrrrosm Moo.
A. C. BruJ.a,
J. D. CAT.
|Mem' rs. Aubrey'iuidenrv Bassett
will go to Tallahassee on Christman
eve. to spend several days with their
aunt. Mrs. 0. B. Hartt, and Miss Nellie
Iassett.-Times Union. tsL
Memrs. Robert and Edward Gamble
arrived home yesterday from school In
Connecticut and are botn with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gamble.
In Riveralede.-Times-Unloa, 1st1.
Bishop Weed conducted the Christ-
mas service at St John's Episcopal
Church, in this city. A very simple
musical service had been preparedIbe-
cause of the extreme llnoes of the
rector, Dr. W. H. Carter. The Secha-
rnt was administered to the enagle-
gation. after which, while they re-
mained standing, the Bishop admlnls-
tered the sacrament tq the rector in
bhi room adjocinag the vestry. It was
a very sad :ad solemn occasion dur-
ing whish much lovtng sympathy went
out to the aged and faithful pastor
from his loyal and devoted Gock.


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; lMlrr w ea wo ,r
i rt morose and blue-
De,'t a, white tfaer
To werI n trikmp o'er you.
OD6eaft forsnwbe taPi
'Boet th b thato you pile;
Q4it your pumistle a=uawkin'-
ec an op iot, and M in.
Don au, to.keegp -Pw&n,
Ds 1 Oov ever we your hope
YoWiN wiN oat If you keep a-leggin,
n a o doubt you ew may grope.
T your heart s fullof guile:
s-yomr spirits bright and nappy-
.eas opt=imit, and mile.
-E. A. BSiusMTooL
No need to fear couhe d olds this
year, as you an o loe Laxative
Cough Syrup now from your dealer.
This is good news to motbere who fear
croup and whooping ugh. It is a gen
$ie laxative that oexpe the poison from
the system In the natural way. Cuts
phleam and clears the head. Gasran-
tedi iSold by Cobb's Drug Store. *3
svaUledte Sis**r n.
We are lad that Congressman Clark,
of this dis ricthas ntoduced a bill in
the House at Wahington calling upon
S the Attorney General for a fullstato-
ment of the expenses Incurred In the
og prosecutions in Florida, and
Slot a detailed account of the status and
duties of Mrs. Quackenbos, the United
States female detective, who has been
"working up" these peonage cases in
Florida ad other States.
Let the light be turned on with Its full
power. The Southern people want no
peoageu aaoog them, sad while at rare
htrval white man may be found
efficiently degraded to attempt that
Bindof business, he is In no sense rep-
usenMtative of the people of this sec-
ua. But we believe that this Mrs.
aMkonboe is doing much more harm
anood, and while she is doubtless
a hons t, we l *el woman, she i
a so a en0001 sontamental-
as the negro question, and that
mean that she has preous little eom-
sense on the subject. Employers
-nero labor In the South ar econ-
atiy 1Mounteora dglimtites of the
SM n acer becaas e of
thd M paf oleo eIee facility
wbh t maka e mo, e urnn
IMble Mdvaoe and then "jumps the
SWe have State laws to prevent
as far as posibl, but thoefforto
Mrs. boe and her kind have
Sdire eft of rendering thee laws
tory and practlesly encouraing
&orIn hi dishonest methods., -t
Se Probable tht this woman is de.
ranUsrng the labor system of the South
Whcrevor her Influence is felt, at the
esponee of both the white man and the
M' o. for she deprives the former of
bVaborer, and helpsto make the latter
a peripatetic vagabond, prowling around
country from Job to job, viola n
Shi eontrae without eruple Mad fet

two him and the employer be has
onPq. Put 81soter Qua9 l-in the
M ht up ethoda ml.
oi.1 and let the country ame if asheI
4 thesameofustteandusa
goed rl betweo two
rIMnean toh e a t by her meddmsome
work. Live Oak Democrat.
The Cometa Time
to stop a cough or cold Is Just Us soon
a It tar-t hen there will be no dan.
ger of pneumonia or consumpUon.
Just a few doses of Ballard'sa Hore-
hound Syrup taken at the start will
: top the cough. If it has been running
em for some time the treatment will be
longer, but the cure is sure. Sold by
S!lard(e-Smith Co.

An old sage has said that the best
present that one can give another is
something that will last a long time and
keep the friendship of the donor always
fresh In the mind of theperson towhom
the presentation is made
That is the very sort of a Chriatma
present a yoear'subscriptlon to the New
York Sunday World will prove to be.
(Order from your newedealer while there
in yet time.
Whenever you feel that your stomach
has gone a little wrong, or when you
foel that t i a not in goodorder as ia
evidecod by mean headache, nervous-
neMs, bad breath, and belching, take
MoMthing at times and "s i lly af-
ter your meal. until relief afforded.
Tlh I noImthd better offered to pub-
lIe ldaf for stomach troubI
a ditJon. Oetc, than K
This a ainlne prpaatie of nat.-
ural d tants combined with vegeta-
ble and contains the same Juices
feai In every healthy stomach. KO-
DOl IIs guaranteed to give relief. !t is
peasiat to take; It will make you feel
e1o digesting what you eat. Sold by
all driats.
FPor el th ordinary diseases of
raki ClMa ive lis excellent.
It oet nl the ltehinand smart-
Imbut fr a cure For sale by
f dh Ur g M Co. .
Dr. Il im ntlii-IuU i n Pi Nl t **.'
*tor tp UiM Il.fot do n qu" )t

Sa"oeWW d .ftwe 4"W
bufloek Vpitori it. Was.-Bui,
bhe& at the aMgas I h d iM
sad frohm 1 frote0d isSoUd o sw
mamnlag bellow of *' o ftwa
colored skI. sonwt w s tu-
*lo0 a akes watorJ
The bUllk w a that tiuao
amul easS yamd&rdom*is so
vasae. MlS abject t 1Wo1 n me wts
pity. It w a st UpM
IWa Wi thls l es s a MO1
world that tabght tl wkherto lay
tow. I bsy that stri"A wa elms,
for the meak^ys rnal aaimbly to
the top oft heir trees away with
downward sweep to tUw nctbe of
either, see llg and eall ta to each
other as they od. o
The buleo htad almost to be
low and stad, fore lest wi pa rt and
boad lowered to the ground.'tressoed
nla terror.
Suddenly through the WitON ten
yards frm eour macban wOs thrust
the saeertlg yellow mauled o a tiger,
and hbi red brown eyes glae with
horrible cupidity at the nsolh" that
was now fas asoted to silence. Atop
this face of evil the rouuild ear*.
binck rosetted, were twitched 'pek fno-
Even nla it dreadful monaee. in its
asurentlon of brutal ferolit). the
stealthy approach of the tlgres' wa
beuitifulr to Oee. A creep of a yard
or two. than bhe crouched. he.'. low
to earth and tall lashIng from il f to
side with vicoust Jerks.
The cub was evidently being setOI
ad. Close behind his mother the
younPter skulked, his yolng., foihb
eyes shifting from point to point As
tbourh be did not quite know who it
all meant. *
As we lay side by ilde both our rIOp
were trained on the tigress.
Sbe was head-on to ua, and eltbhi'
the brain shot or the point of the shot
der or the vertebrae of the neck wevf
there to choose from. \
I knew that Dan would nudge am
when we were to Are, and I waited.
finger on trigger and my eye lying
along the sights.
The tigffre crouhebd and turned bher
fate toward our macban, though bet
eyes still reWted strMsbt ahead.
I felt the soft push of Dan's knee on
my leg and preend my trembling fin-
ger to the lemer.
Tbhere wa a roar of both rifles. a lit-
tie cloud of smoke, a sulphurous breath
Ito our nostrils, and below In the bar-
ran paddy ield many devils were tear-
Ing up the earth with great nose.
"Baggeld herr' Dan ejaculated, for
tho great beast, tawny and black strip-
ed, was on her side, clawing viciously
at the sod.
Again our rIflEs spoke.
Slowly the buge head fell fiat to
earth, the red eyes lost their ferocity-
or was It only a glint of pity for the
dying that fancied this-the breath
sacked and sputtered through the
bleed that o*oad from mouth and no&-
tril, and, waiting with Impatience for
a little In our machan. we saw death
come and put the seal of silence on
the battered form of beautiful strength.
-"Beaiding the Burmeow Tger." tby
W. A. Fraser, In Outtan Magasine

A Verdant Student.
To iad to the gayety of nati-lis a
new Atkansas student from the rurnl
distrilet was canuht the moment he
stepped off a train, and a few points.
were explained. lie was told that If
he hoped for peace during his college
life he must promptly squelch a watch
muan who took a delight In boasing
freshmen. They led him like a lamb
to the room of the president and In
formed him the wntchman was inside.
Tim young man entered. Sure enough.
there wann nian sitting at the dsk .
"I merely want to say." the atudel t
lieaIn. "tlint I don't like your face. I
can't eorn(l ro to chnoxe It. .tm
koh It nway fro n in or I'll hu rt It'
Then' wlmpentl wtriman ierrw I1.4
"You saiy IN' the polt'uuarnnn." wei l
on the youth, "but yoau mIut koep on
your own bIat. don't try to explain
I've beard w you before All I want
to say Is, keep away from me'"
Theno he went out. aid the next day.
whe*n he ralase tit all. he paused on
to the football field and saw the spot
where fools runh and angels fear to
tread.-PayettevUle (Ark.) tIpatch to
alt T1n01 Post-Disoetab.
Advles a tatoman.s
"If you mest monkey with restrictive
legislation Abner, why not go In for
something popularT"
"Can sach legislation be popular'
"It can. Make It a penal ofeoe for
a man to ask for a bair cut oN Mator-
day afterooe.o"-Waambtoib aDeal.
A Pitting Thisne.
*"Rblw bowed as hes last pI s.
It bo e"tUed oeaat to but OeaW'"
"Bam1p It be wrote oe tNut, It
woel" be Owd0 V Utoy.' -- t5-
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have to gie up Miss BDei, forabsowas
very much loved by all who knew bar.
Immediately after the marriage eoro-
mony, congratulations were esteded,
and the bride reosived numerous mieo
presents. Their trunk were packed,
and the hack stood at the gate ready to
receive them. Fred ourteouslysaw his
fair young bride seated witbs the ear-
rae ; then he assumed a air,
uch an the head of a family uoally
wears on special occasions, ad seated
himself beside-Mrs. Frederick 0. Lvy.
They reined up at Mrs. Barmo's boarding
house,where they will remain during the
holidays, after which they willeommence
The whole neighborhood jolnasnwisah
Ing them a long, prosperous and happy
life. A FmED.
Miss Ruoy Powell leaves to-day for
Tallahas see, to t regret of the many
young people with whm she Isa so popu-
lar. Miss Powell goes to spend Christ-
mas with her grandfather Judge Ber.
nard, a prominent a reskut of West
Florida. Mrs. W. G. Powell, Mis Ruby
Powell's mother, is aledy thejW of
Judge Bernard, ber fath r.
vills Meropol~s, 20th.



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htPeleston spent Christ-
S Wthbb bther Clyde.
.J. A. Ander and Mr.W. A. Me-
M&asa the True Democrant a
M igtt Tuesday evening.
i lllj t~ and best line
isatlie- Hohlmes Drug

T. t T. Dsam d tpedinff
J-C. w was in the city
ilJ:l y aa ade the ruel
Seaggt a pleaMant visit.
ja.mJoss H. Ra ph, wife aa
a 1m down ad pent tdeChrist-
t ir people a* Tal.

S*a' studet at O le
preach at .Triny
MWgM C e evening. r
address his emarks princi-
a encirled by a band o
to the behlder. See that
arm has m its rightulor-
g pea-tisl mone of P. T.
aoe bravcelets. 40.
Mra. A. Andrews, of
B. a. D AO,.w

C I i4wil take boarde'msat

Wuliam Bailey Lamar
wife are spendtag
ath hs mother, sater

|amla in Stanoley

mge Unlted


Proteor J. C. Calhoun will spend
the holidays at Tamps.
Huyler's in fancy package at hloa
Drug Co. 48
Mr. Fred Hardee will spend Christ-
mas at his old home In Madison.
Waterman Ideal Fountain Pens are
guaranteed by. us. Holmes Drug Co
Mr. Will B. Crawford, editor of the
Pensaoola News, is spending the holi-
days with his parents in this city.
Horse Blankets, 75 to $5.00 at J. D.
Cay'uS 40
Mr. John Choate, of Pensaoola, is
spending Christmas in Tallahassee
with his parents.
Whoa you want a nice granite or
marble um-t, write the Thomas-
viUe Marble works, R. A. Weldon. 835
Hon. '. M. Holloway, State Superin-
tendent of Bchools, has appointed Feb-
7th. 1908, as Arbor Day, and requests
that the same be observed throughout
the State.
Mrs. R. C. Lone will take boarders at
her restdece on North Monroe street.
Terms as reasonable as can be secured
elsewhere. 41-2t
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Logan. of Jack.
sonalte, are visiting Mrs. Logan's
brother, Mr. W. A. Papy, for a few
Don't fall to s 8weetig's e*lent
Cat Glass and Chaems Dishes.
-To the regret of her masy friends,
there seems to be so improvement In
the eoaditon of Mrs. W. H. Z. tgler,
who has been I1 for the past two
weeks at her home in the manse. Dr.
B 8. oad is in ttondsnce, and Mrs.
Dldfleld is InstaIed as nurse.
A prett arm enadreled by a bundof
61 dMa oitqthe beholder. See that
yer datW-a arm ha its rightful or-
Daelint l pmreimsng one of P. T.
NE-i-ms-s eve. braseleta. 40.
HeL. W. M. Holloway, Mie Clest
Mpem, v1 dsamer & W. 1uobbols,
P snusari atadumat, Miss Kate Sab
vea and Mra. ILR Oma will be
ames these ai" m ns the State m
eaton Al a seet M whMe Wi ew m -
eoo eam the slat ltat, at St. Peters

Don't bey a[DRIbe befdre seeing
my e.ak, J. a AY. 40
- Pvro. L. W. auhoise. Dea of the
Flerio Palste College at Tallahnasee.
i@ speeding se holiday seasonin Ta-
pV. Ddere reaamta to the capital.
Prof. Dofthols will visit his pttett at
athelmad. a"d WfU ate the meet-
Dih of the Stat e Tacer's A-a--O-oa
A 1 Peteirai.-Tapa -vIeeing
News. v

Mrsa. Frames Hogana as @4e
home, aasompale4 ajy her a Mrs.
N. 8. Lon& of Mephis, T A.
Hore Blanketsiad Lap aw.
eat stoek to select from at J.
Mrs F. B. Biddulph will B4 hol.
day week In Jacksonville o a vslt
to her husband, who is th j th
Interest of the Fraternal UtII .
Rutabaga Seed! Call I Ym er-
Bethel Co.'s for your Rut'ira
Rev. W. H. Carter, r or of St.
Johns Episcopal Church, o Uf III,
and hbl daughter,. Mrs. Hi o ay
tona, has come to be wi him Wfr a
tew week. .
WANTD--Pcation a
b young Jlady. student o h-
=e7j. Atlanta,Ga. A ly to P.O.
Box 1, or phone 1247. *AI .t

J. D. Cay, Jr., -ran4

Frederic Hocker, Name
Mabry and Everett Loe
the latest arrivals homn
Rev. and Mrs. A. L. V
from Conference to
sped Christma with I
P. Woodward a their
hasaee frimnda, a
Kushnmmee Thurbday,
ward is stationed for
ene year.
Mr. Wiltfoed LvyJs
hgand n d


that the Cty
ahoold be gives M

tame a
basses wi ise p I

A taN htsm at

I hae ed tohe
carried ovar 03
we that
mm I
Next Tbwiy
Slve;B that ha

ae a
&setuat faor e
B*~,=A" I 111

Ceen% Jr.,

Yonge, Dale
are among
for the boll.
od ward came
l ahassee to
and Mrs. F.
as of Talla-
rill leave f~
re Mr. Wood-
next Confer.
owing nlato a
and stands
nicely at 0G.
le has been
essnthr with

, good aigist
it Li t
it pay a g
pantaad -or
y by patmoais-
|enalog term {
| teportant heaa*
the I .
membedip is

aligd stick I've
'a. ain t of a
=S bd 3ftreat-
in's KAiea
&leW the sore mmd
lanV, wrlte Joam
lla, N. C. Gmat.
jri, etc.. by ad

Min Carrte Udward haa sone to
spend the holidays at bi hoWe at
Mr. John Denhan left Sunday for
Monticello to be absent through the
holidays. *
Mr. C. A. Finley left Tuesday morn-
ing for his home In Lake City, where
he will remain for a week's visit
Congressman and Mrs. W. B. Lamar
arrived on the early train Monday
morning to spend Christmas with Mr.
Lamar's family.
Cards are out for a Leap Year daneo
to be given by the young ladIs4 of
Tallahassee. No effort will be spared
to make this dijaie the most brilliant
affair of the season.
Dr. S. M. Mullino and family, of
Montezuma. Oa., arrived here Christ-
mas afternoon to remain through the
holidays ua guests of Drs. W. L. and
F. C. Moor.
The many friends of Mrs. John T.
liradf rd are glad to learn of the lm-
provement In health of her little son
Brooks. whose long and tedious illness
has excited such universal sympathy.
Brooks' little friends regret much that
he will not be able to enter as uaual
into their Christmas sports this year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Quarterzan'i
large circle of friends are rejoicing
with them over the great improve-
ment in the condition of their little
daughter Phoebe. Mrs. Quarterman
and the children have just returned
home from saltimore, where tor sev-
eral months past, the child has been
under the care of specialists.
Messrs. Joe and Heo y LtAter, the
popular Tallahassee saltmen for the
Ji.utchinson Hat and Shoe Company In
Jaeksonville, are speeding their
Christmns with family and friends.
Thsee young men are making an en-
viable reputation for themselves In
the commercal, world and have a
bright future predicted for them by
their tfrends.
mCongressman and Mrs. William B.
Lamar were in the city for a few hours
yesterday ean route to their nome at
Monticello to spend ChrisUtma. Con-
gressman Lamar says that he t Ia the
rae for tae United States Senate to
win, and that he IS already receiving
many assurances of support from all
over the State. "Conre has a heavy
business mb dispose of at this session.
and we are looking for a busy period."
aid ar. Lamar. "As soon as the as-
mloa I over I will begin an active cam-
paign.'-Times Union, lrd.
Lap Robes. Chase mad Strook bramn,
at J. D. Cay's. 40

09TXIAl4 JUnT.
To the Gas Uar le Ole Or a Tal'
We4 the underligaed t febee of
City Coumell of the ty of Ta
na., do earaetdy rlaet that Mwu 41
not pay your december bil f ar g _
i.e Capital Cit ight sad VelO
pany uatU the adol dviaiTs Y to W
so. We would like HIr you nt to pI
any more bills at all for the prmesat,
we consider It \sL outrage and jui
Uce to you for the gas e4pmMlWy to try
to make you put up with ash eMr gal.
There are two ways to make Ctha -
tal City Light and Pel Oempay furn-
lab good as; the rat is h tor W e N
users to refuae to" the bills of the
gas company, and t aeond to isfr t
City Council to tell them that f t
do not furnish good gai tiay, the City
Council, will revoke tseir charter.
This the City Council has done and we
expect to do what we mild we will de.
It is true we would like to bave gas but
we can get along Uthost It, as we
have practically been doing off and on
for some time. Now if the gas com-
pany wants to keep on dolng buslnem
in Tallahaisse they must give the gas
users of Tallahamse good gas, and we
ask you to help the City Council in its
flight for good gas.
If you will help there can be but one
of the two results, good gas or no gas
company. It In up to you to say which
you want.
Rligned1 G0. LMsw

8. D. C.IxTrmos.
S. C. JamN.O
FP. CLTOOD lon..
A. 0. sm au
J. D. Car.
|M-IrsA- yry Beasett
will go to Tallahasees on Chrlitmas
eve. to spend several days with their
aunt. Mrs. 0. B. Hartt. and Mis Nellie
Basett-Times Union. list.
Messrs. Robert and Udward Gamble
arrived home yesterday from school tn
Connecticut and are bota with their
parents. Mr. and Mrm. Robert Gamble.
In Rivers.ede.-TiteeUamloa, 1st,
Bishop Weed eM ted the Chrie
mae service at St. John's Bptopal
Church, l this ity. A very simple
musical service had been pPmseed be-
eause of the extreme isesa of the
rector, Dr. W. I. ater. The 3ushe-
rtnt was -_uln-t-red to the .ostie-
AUe. after whisk, wdle they re-
mained stadlng, the Bhop adula-
tered the asMaoM t tq the reoer In
his room adoin12g the vestry. It was
a verr =d ad aoisma ooaside dur-
ing whisk muok love aSympathy weOt
out to the ed aad tathfl pastor
from his loal and devoted oo1

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You will need a buggy in the
Spring. Terms are easy why

not get it NOW, and get a
chance on $75.00 buggy to be

given away on Dec. 21st.
I have every style of ve icle that this
locality demands represent lpg the best
work of the best factories, ad at prices
and terms to fit the present ndition of
your finances.

If you take advanta
privilege, you will get


To make comparisons, get
prices, and take the best
the City 'affords for the

least money.

J. D. CAY,

Cor. Clinton and Adams Sts.
Tallahassee. Florida.

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Dealers in
A Fine Lot Always on hand
for sale at reasonable
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e 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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50 per cLt of your Shoe by havho
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Clahus Work. Satsfastia guan
Also we have in connection with my shoe bemus the
Cleaning, Dye and Pressing. First-Class Wrkmen do this weVe .
Suit mde nw for Httle money. First-Class or Rtepa isd M.k I.
to t. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No. 342 CtM S&. Tldqhm No.^

Centrally located near Capit*l
and everything th t.t. .
RATES, $1.00oo PER DA
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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.
Bed s from $3.00 up.
Chair s from 50cts up.
And other goods in proportion. If
it's furniture you want it will pay
you to get my prices before buying.

J. E. THEUS, Propr.

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