FLORIDA, FkIDAY, FEBRUARY
Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to AII-'Spe,
I _- --- r -
p UOR AT
J tpll he Capital of MNiss/tdls ,
IPMe Iefsted S .aleM fer td
Pfst Fifteem Tearm.
W. B. Hare, of that moat ex
weekly newspaper, the DeSoto
N ews, ives Floridian-, and ea
Leon Countians and Tallahas
1some straight talk and souni
ets are anxious tl .Lsaive the cap
and the coming se-,ion of the
re from the evils of blnd ti
are asking for an <(ltction or
question The Democra
un, true to the pa-t, ar
on opposite sie.le We ar.
tigers are bad, out saloon
JackIon, the capital city of
-l i, with 30,0O ,mppulation, ha>
's for more than fifteen ,
i Ls writer has been to Jock
He has also been to our capital
doIes, both under the old refime
mew. Hedoes not believe either
Saho* m or the blind tiger is neces-
at Tallahassee. If the local pret
a w-lt on the enforcement of the law.
* ihM riht man for sheriff Wbbf
SUe be broken up. Witness Live
k Gainemville, Lakeland and Area
SThe prs at thilm plaes daed
wa, pwln., up
th e offers who are
9 t all laws. e aflhave
I f btIn Th e Cellege fow
f heated there dos net aned a
As for 60 Lqftlatau, r
mes e fmokeb-it eMa
be the re ta-
od other etie of
B we b isf pwe d forum
junetls*. Cole.. writes: I
ll~ta r I atism and am recoin-
Sans the best haiment on the
it I thought, at the time I was
Ala with this trouble, that it
v w be a week before I could get
I hbutt on applying your liniment
IIl- time during the night, I wasi
d i MMhours and wellinthree da,.
MTI TEN KILLED.
sad Progressive Live Oak
Mayor Broome received the following
which explains itself, and has
it to the Live ();tk Dl)emrat
the request that it reply to it on
editorial page if Tihe paiapr. and
Bainbridge, i;a laIn ,,
To the Mayor of l.iv e.I F;.,
Dear Sir Thu w wt i l
C 1;jtion for DI -atuir co wnit Ge>.. .
now on. We ar L0lita' tip i .I ..
feid ght. Th- r. t',f r it niii ,,,e.. i.
I it will kill th,. ', A, it % ,, .l -\
give mee .ian\ .a 't> .inl i.. r#,-
bI ve (Oak with barrINmf an. w th
out froomh m tHa f .tsh abKsenct.. Ir-
rvMae hurt your ity'- prspqwri '
I want to u.- y,,o ripl\ in th,
pilga. Resp-. Itull\ iiur-.,
A .1. IZ;Aq)
Pastor Fr.t liHarpti it h1r. I
sarted Itself, and it was determined
that not only Live Oak but the entire
county should be rescued from the
clutches of an evil so gross, so obvious
and qo hurtfal to every worthy interest
of the people that no valid argument
could be urged in its behalf. The pro-
hibition party was organized, the elec-
tion called and the liquor traffic was
swept from this city and county by a
majority too decisive to leave any
AR APP AL TNUE*L iM
nARIDA WLAY. Jwudsew 'k I
Forum, in the
utr state's Labb t I 5b"ShupwUplt
LAnsindoTaw one 5m at As a eitsovs.fr
inm its welfare AFWl
To the People o1f Pjqf -o)n behalf tepublivd,a.'-wu
of thes Jamest'own eOuWA in. We sub13- poeltXM tAke
mit to von that w* an ithaist f~uncis. i r'.forww. p.,
. doubt of the intense popular hostility to that we must rely upls the spontane- longing to *i.
d the evil. ous response of the p&te-spirited peo- Fund. o *.
That was emancipation day for Live pie; that Florida should k be amo the; derstand r.
Oak and Suwannee county, and itR ben- bright galaxy of *outheti States that able to Ms.- I
e fits and blessing have been flowing will shine in the national isterhood at was grantr.I ti. ,
with undiminished current for our peo- Jamestown improvement .,.. -
Spe ever since. The relief from a great The time is short witln which any- ien of the t .a .
e burden was felt almost instantly. thing may be accuvmp d. That we legislature t,. ,...
SDrunken men disappeared ; rowdyism must all upon you (W volunteers to ..., t
' ceased all the streets became safe for come up and help in tIs risia; that we ro h r. -
Sestimate $60,(M)O woM nable Florida claMId h. i.
K ladies any day or night in the week ; to have representation athia great ex- Improvemne >
the crime record fell off wonderfully ; position; that twice s a&munt Im State Thi. ,i
the profane bully and boisterous hood-. needed to make the show to her "wi .t. ,
S.... tubl nd bestadvan e; That an doubt- e ..
lum always ready for trouble and less make a better oan les ex- be done w, .
r prompt to make it, vanished with the pense than perha say ether State in hands of thk r ..
cause that produced them ; drunken the Union; therefore woaSke thi ap- their hanidsm i
I men from the country, cursing and eal to every patriotic #itisea of the
Se- no e theirhor on ~te who see- this a&rtuk. n I
yeing..nol rode their horses on We ask you to form a committee of sacts of Is a, -I
the sidewalks and into saloons and your own, to get in tekch with some 871 of th GOr. -a .
stores, defant of authority and decency one of this eommismon; 4n ot wait for of IPtF h Isa '
I alike; the calaboose was no longer us to reach yeW pero a t we ask ...... .__
-n -i m.every man, woman ..id.,d in Florida D queue re' ,
crowded with the maudlin victims of at y to wo rk M r eseem o e -
the saloon keeper; poor, whiskey- As yofeel a pride in ymr own State. bodied in slaw e *. .
soaked wrecks who had lost all self re- if you wish to have her presented at of e a ..h
r pect and all credit at the stores for this great eposition, to work now was '-- .
and nd us your s mO nd Mask w wa apea.., ..
food for their families, pulled them- for a subecriiptno tit, I doing e- Jenningsm la h.
elves together and became ne again. you wil plue yourself *the honor rePO "All merys e.* *t
many of them now among our moat and wii help to the hwrdn prvmerm r .i
substantial and respected eitisens, proe- wNh r""s .us.on s .UrleMt there .. W S- l ",
"~ i~" rp= i- "-=- '--salbe s -bs.ribed a Ih amo,00 u li 00 lhpa g&.l o i .
perous in their affair andwith abund- under tMs aIll, the mis slon moneys, st -w p. P
ant means; Saturdays rd Saturday feels i is not JtWed psI_ the of the later I npr.. ...
alghts ceased to be times of i -rror and matter any further, so report .the State To._ ,
en.mind d nen cw ad ptolto the 1 at s meeting in o w .
-. -AA -e-. uAm p ea ... :
sa ang, and iUve Oak .a*as on AlldII .... .r will eles t f..V~l tW--t a ..
a n _'w1k5al6bs been 0ne of steady eiyh. se=. s. Ii na to the me. l t"
giewth aMd prosperity ever since--at of the commse "N, at No.' 6 Wesat .p t ,i..
-- irU Forsyth street, Jaeksomville, Fla., powp y mth. --r*
The Impved ..t.. .. stht a record may be kept of the tm of the traw i.., f-
7Te improved conditienm reultin amoun As etbed. nnmtructanu hoest r.
frem voting out the saloms grew re Ra, .ty.
markedeh Fyear, and the immense T. -J. Binii. PrmdLn q __
benefits ef these conditions are now so Mrs. K. L. Eagan Vkie-Priident. -
Edwin Brobston, Treasurer this "VWh, iw .
plain that all active hostility to prohibi- Geoge Rig in, State Commi.ssionr j hsand of thr rum... .
tion has long since disappeared. And ^ Improvenm.r *
we verily believe that if a vote could be CIIIISTIAN SCIKNCK LCTUREK. thi, ,,t s .o ,
taken over, all the drinking men of the s.te a .t'e. .
better class would vote to keep things On Februaur 14th, at ,.hwk p m in the State ..' t, .. .
just as they are becauseof thepriceless there will I. .a Lecture on ('hrint n land. rNnt.., ..
blessings of law and order and decency. Soence, given in Munro'slk..ra Hou.e t h. ,..., ..
and ahbence of rowdyism and crime, by an authorized member of the. ItoHr, (."'-- .,' ; 4-
anir freedom of our young mi.n from of L.ecture..ship,. This .-ittur.- will I. .
the steadv temptation of th.- open a- fr,. andall ar lcaI i 1.in n a' ,' ii.,
loon all of which we' cre
large measniur, to ti' prohibiti on idi ,
tions i ,revailtlnr here- Live ()ak is orn- hi k l mui h lik. "klin ,1 iiw Ip. i .
of the rn lel.ll ipes o f Flihrnia, rand i ~
v iar l ~in #1, P. v e n vli v t I r, s ijl
ha dl rut ii t nhhlii i 1: hat t till ''r"11141e1-0
ri itif he I I r. is I a iti (- ;I ,Ir r I III. t t 1 1
, ,iin u Iw I Ill. I pI i ., i r *ij t I -,
!: l). ca I Ar.0 P. 'j, t'- I I ii
h ie I,- ,,
411 1l 1 .,,p
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* -p i~i I p.
K F. pli~.
lot t *r fa~t J1. E f Iiis 1 Af
I'P~p ', t Pai I ) I I %% daI lotIi:
werlt. unil Th Ow gilt tl't F, ,ait-
aiplI \% I it'la i Ia %% I 111I~ i
c-11 1 i? .tji h IejuIi ti- 'iA '~ r
11 it rw '- I I 'I en Iii*v. ei .
itt I lit s' P, IIi*5 Ip a
i n I sle s tu n *
'-We can giri.' Mr a'en aii .afhr r.eus aici .
Lbftbinanst'er to hi-;i.-tter', alllw ia''' r i~ I
)tm Owvery nutir.- iitthe- caai- *
4o eno ftigure's heatw i ialu t.-
~pnthe ilwu.. ila'k Hi reilal'f- '
k.4Ie Oak ha,. IlP, i iapa r.\ ar~
Imw time. n.'arl\F.% er'~ ~ .
the probihiit;'i -- ,,.,,-',..ittih.,. a
*boroughi ,.-% .I-ro" that vA. -p
bmew all l-otw r I-111.an-ver I ti
Im mntimqi' n ;,. -or -of 'ea p~
I traffic furwre",rsijt of on ,n
iod this ce.'int% %i,'
311(1and M WA.ie1,1 iAil *i. Iflp gaii !,'dse alpol,-t.41041.;..1% --1. .
ROM of evil which are Ip .. ~liie1t. ..Ph it~i~' g i'-
I afue trtfl- w i.-.'.... ... o, il,f p a.4'- fw P'I 11. 1. .1
Abm Angthe *tre~rt-. O.,-'i' "11W t d tiI 'il' ra'a'l81AVI,
(Osktared like Pimgu.- thv %armiletr%'prosds", and it wiv tool,.9j._
to ts gathiered. Wald s'eal uelthat aft 4 of w trwWd hff--r-...
~a and Saturday niijht-othe', resuhjun.4fror.; th.- 'k'pUrsu'.i u.0 h
d ~profane crowmdeuf whit#-*! klnemsilul ii..- vrwn',- jamn,w a, th .,.
R mmde that parOftofltwn with rmi"-PtA 'InLkwor WiNm*kt4 Ia, tiow'
fo mbm MWndthe dread of goods i a t-.a 1~41 i'.r. see-a fiiwwant lh-s
blwereliuneat Conutiurms -ova., t-o !, hslaw's-* t.r. oi~e iiiilop sLmalai
bW dis the m minut3itIn- ope-n ei, w,,ount.. I .at lhes boomethe-
PWl-PreWervaLW ioo Aall. as- tWro- -. -1 1, 1ibelIg, easuita hohhw t
tue.-' I' i- -i. P ,~ K. 'lie', ;1i1i. i11 n .~,.tOaig I
a'- i ''* P Ph..~ ,~
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1 ho 06.4 11s4C. ahut a ,U,. t-iP
t I- IP b M a pmi s, a a I O f, .
1 011 4e Of"- 40. i eP q bi
into'11 Wor atl ,,Pb b.ftqmv
.$Mw. rlf' 4, -low Oakslw
4 i tI ,
I 4 '-I I It1 1 -, ..iF- I I A -I af,'I .. .I
v .t a re L.
. I1 0, :. ,0 1 -, I I .4 ,I I, '
I I I
- 6 : ,
# I 1 4 0 or$ 0. 04W I I
bsn the u Meat camp of E cam.
T iskte is denoancei,
B tU -tal & s an dal n the
SlRi5 tadm bas a reasonable
i ely to result in a very
IMmea of the antag-
o, am at-
*ii Mo way. ndwe wle
S t o 0orte of human
Idpe_ ._ & Next. if we
nen proper thought to the phi-
(so tospak) of crime aad the
* metal otecf those who
a i e MWe ha dediacovered Lhat
ftlly ninety per cent. of criminal ae
utterly incapable of appreciating kind.-
Mes and, therefore, do not deserve the
w nrehoy. sympathy that is
e could fully Impress this
Fact upon the minds of
editbrs who are ever
up their voices in protest
B ltr ased well a the real
lid ef those finer feelHp
Mind that exist in the
and many other places
t .It is the want of these
t makes theim criminals.
life, as a general thing, .is
whit better than they now enM
the State's lease system.
w, ie verily beeve, is the
United States. *m convicts
pra e tld her w
manne that Wt- lm& os t
from her friends and peals of ,npw t
t After the ren ular Iusht8. of the
meetin had been diapatced. ta
dies were elivend the ae
amonf them of Prowasr Danke
thN ny ht V Dday. *
sisters, themselves, who wei ae & ous
mto r through to novel a 01
from a friends and pe als of outy
wefro other several nce
itAfter the regular 8erimtntiof tohe
siamiro out a few foe npe aal metlin.
hee prg hai bdueen dispatch m nearly
the sam e degre by theverthele
among the die, nof Pofaora ia touDht
nto te oppose sex, will doubt a al-
his o=:lst_ and thenpon
prove rndvidual mention ha Professor
oinkelspiel. otherwise Mr. Walter Mc-
Griff Wearing arouon his face an un-
usually becoming fr e of santy-red
beard, a wi of kl% straight hair of
similar color, and d aed in a startling
dress w.uit of black gnd white plarL Mr.
MeGriff was inimitable, and kept his
audience in a roar.
The whole cast deserves the greatest
creditt and the Woman's Club is to be
gtulated upon having such an able
corps of assistants to help them in their
good work pjf civic improvements. This
organization is working hard to raise
money feor the important work they
have on hand and should receive prac-
tical and um iN lencourarent from
their felUlo f/i ..-
ON of ltehmbM Uii1l feature$
of the ewn mA tw
D.U. atek ci ainmt
was mailedto eaheof toft
other members of the comI
eommitt being composed
betr from each of the forty-six,
,.the State, aod three. I
o the Steate at arge.
THK O 7F1?
Dear Sir---e 0
cratic State Exeeutive
Jereby called to be held a
at the Ar lagon tel, on
11th day of Febrmary,
the purpose of fxin the
holding of the primal
action of ah other-'
properly bepre eted
Neetin ef to
The rr jith
After i !roed
report of I
their last mee upon
public road at near
Said re t bei
dered inthe p
be advy in
itonvle, Senate is
day, the and in s
for $be mattertW
cava on is
la 'd fote
~. ~ u.
' 4 "
aes fb I&,,4
500 yds. 36 in. Black Wa-
ter Proof Tafetta Silk,
IRgular $1.50 value, now
Silkl Shirt Waist Patterns
that formerly sold for
$6.50, now $4.25 each.
Silk Waist Patterns, for-
merly sold fbr $5.50,
- $3.21 each.
36 in. Black Taffetta Silk,
Regular $1.25 grade now,
18 in. Si all colors, regu-
lar 60c grade, now 44c.
SIL L4lI" IRT
The Big Store.
Mr. WA 1
Robert Gamble will go Mistake Correct-d.
tada to visit friends at Correct the mistake of risking pneu.
&m try place near Tal- moni& by aeglecting a cough or cold
a heres no one falls to when Foley's Honey and Tar wUI not
t Iw brief for the plees- only stop your cough but expel the
0L ms. Gamble has ben cold from your system. FolW"
Iads all n*Is that the Honey and Tar contains no
Shern well and is the best and afest t
h iT 0 0 ertulun r3medy. ba by M
SIs DR. Lv.
Mrs. C. H. Miller is in the city visit-
Sbher d ter Miss Ethel, ad Talta-
t AI. ShiMne aommeas for
te owee t Coa Tye raar thi week.
e wasthe t least easliatoe.e ,t
Sto the ta' dek asd deposit
Xp Sf oof.
4Mr. R. LdaWul hs .B. M.
Pore. of Crawfonilvile, wv Tanls-
hoes" tai~, a1the former mdea
J. J. NOW& .ON m
N* y ow PiNW- *N,,
4 Iebh* -
'.1 -'7 1"
* ; .
-0 pq a
a raw gi, then went m
up, Sed his life with big
=l a name, grew rich and
time in vain dreams
The the woman they met again
SWke ] wa rich and she'd grown
tb. h smiles' were all
was poo&A, and he'd no wish to
S aold pid realized what she
phbe gave that young /W*r the
He married a widow-she lived all alone
And solaced herself with a kitten.
S -I. B. W., in National Daily.
Poetry For Children.
The Japanese, it is daid, give their
S children only the most beautiful and
artistic objects for playthings that
their eyes, trained to love beauty, may
learnto look with distaste upon the crude
sad the ugly.
Minds early imbued with the beauti-
Ai thoughts of others will naturally ac-
even if they cannot express,
SIjftal t19 of their own; and,
L a 9 ( fji One of the highest forms of
Sof an' I most sublime
lt there can be no better method
tifyiWng and enriching the minds
than by giving them free ac-
He those wonder-books of the
.--~t works of the great poets.
E 'I Ofpoetry is inborn-it is as
aSOmi tote for pure water. De-
of natures drink; one is apt to
Alw r L an artificial liking for its substi-
**od eprived of poetry one*s apt to
mmader it distasteful; even inelining
0 Ahu. t belief that the taste never ex-
' W I ted.
The rhyme and the beauty of poetry
S will appeal to the ears of children ong
S before their minds are able to grasp the
meaning ooaveyed in the words. Read
the best van to children before they
can read it themselves; when that time
arrives, me that they have the wonder
books at their command-when they
are old enough to read childish rhymes
and -M les they are old enough to appre-
te e best poetry of the best poets.
,w they may not understand the
g 'auliag, but their minds will absorb
& supply of water cannot be
benefit to the system; nature
that it be taken freely;
a a limited amount of poetry
benefit the mind. At school the
msat of necessity, be limited as to
tity and the poetry thus read will
form of lessons. Lessons are
a st tasks are apt to be irk-
refore as quail on toast,
oe compulsion, becomes obnox-
m On the lnest poem, taken as
proves distasteful. As one
1 ktoo freely of water
san oo m bon poetry be urtfu
i, | itmeeoies limpractic-
"We 'ay" G ad
LE,**. L ".a t
S$ -tra mses.414
VibVt Dwtt ~sbM.k, Rev. J. a PMtt
5sr6sm: smnda at 11. a aad T* .ina;a: al
esbeol, -: a. m.; Junior B. Y. P. U.4o' 0 p. *.
I[tIL B. Y. P. U., Prday at m.; n rnai
Prds oes Wednesday w=in at 7e1 p: m.
JOh's pSMesal Churel h Rev. H. P. Hyatt,
RetoW. 8arvices: Sun"ay and Hly day.m bly
comnaw ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday. 11 a. m. and
7.00 %t m. Friday. p. m. 8 Michael' (colored).
.rvices: Sunday., 4 p.m. Friday, 4.0 p. m.
Christian Selenee.-Servicesare held every Sun-
day at 11 o'clock a. m. and Wedqeo4y evening at
8 o'clock p. m., in the front room.Mecond story, of
the building east of the postoflee, Thin room in
also used as a Christian Science reading room.
and it open daily except Sunday. between the
hours of 10 and 12 o'clock a. m. All amr cordially
the mom m~nmubraes te eah
1ftVl1. SAC'SUAO -.W19A1(KIDNEY*
For sale by all druiggist.
Subscribe for the True Democrat.
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UUT--%L%, Af- .f::
H Ickery, Ash, Popular in Special
Sizes and, Length a Specialty.
THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting qd Fishing
The man who always has his
ground is liable to bump his head.
eyes on the
It may be against the wrong sign when he
needs new clothes.
To him one'sign doesn't mean more than any
Men with heads up--eyes open--know that
clothes :mde expressly for them give greater
ease and comfort than clothing made for no one
They also know that they can have a choice
of several hundred patterns of woolens Instead
of having to take the pattern of the ready-tomwear
suit which may NEARLY fit.
Come in and let us
measure you for a fash-
lnable spring suit.
BURNS & 0O.,
The home of the Wild Deer and the WildT'
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The
Snipe shooting in the South. The best Sulpha
FRANK W.e DUVAL,
ter in the
ILd. VMsIh Capi
I II UT r1 -ru,
A 3. M.SAN
~ iAn. ;~/
W -- V- -- -% ---- -- -41
, -1 juirm
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-V -f- AM
NIU DYT 1U*Y )MUM ND. .&
"m if" L W t NN f
ar- rbets. wdelee -m
etdim, S f Per Tmer h des
=Th tree sb e s ms.W e mglesr
apmsin ca IL
noe state Denocratie
CoMifttee s eating Tuepoday h
avtile will formally on the i
ea*plink. We have note
ofo ear w .xJ'nfPCs lately I
teWM of travelingr Stj dmaels who
wer putt in worknpdt m and
other erdidatrO, or a fbroease,
all w backed by theMa Jemaw
PC'Ow.ed pWtlIal aechne-w by the
AOmliitrtion Machine- rd It bag
*rbtly began to put the people-tlw
voters-to thinking, ar4 Is'pm people
thi k eriously them thq ~ ll begin to
talk ome, and action follow. It
does not row w em will be
natriesfinto the trial rse,
sad It sems to u t tion is fsrt
rwmlvhwr itself Into fact that
Albert W. Gilkerist John Stockton
sar the candidates th of Flor-
iMs nust decide betw Mr. Stockten
sterdigr for thAe pW l o sand on
the machine. Mr. Gilc for the peo-
ple'a best interest, machieh
me4boda. And all f opposing the
machine politician Ieal bass-
bn," will have to th support
of Altert W. Gil General Gil-
dr st stands for t sad having
SeConnection withJ a sehin is
aew the candidate bouch, who
t should be elected G1 Florida.
S\ThewTrue Demo firsm m its
*n of the of I. I.
to be sebbte
W. ym bIna
bpwe of beef
wrold be aadictato
a ea I doftbeeu
sOtitation of BIM&
the 1. I. Fund was
S deal Trute ap-
d6P86.6 Board, In the
deor oft to the pub-
Am of thei State.
7 em dumet atst s a limitation
pes te Lislature, prohibiting it
frtm devot more than 75 per cent.
of those Omof all public lands to
My ethr Impoe than to State School
As the deome referred to in the Con-
tituto of0 1868 w carried into and
beme part of thei Co-titutio of
IK. it follws that the obligation ere-
a ted ina 18 hes been in force and bind-
lag upeo the Tretees from that time
to tie d mt, and that all moneys,
bro ht into the trawury by sales of
publI lands, over and above the 75 per
cent nat t aeroig to the School Fund,
belong legy to that Fund.
The effect of General Ellis' opinion
is that the school interests of the State
will be benefitted by an amount approx-
imating $600,000, and he holds that it is
the duty ot the State Board of Educa-
tion to demand an accounting from the
I. I Fund. Furthermore, he is of the
opinion that the Board can maintain a
bill in equity-for such accounting.
(Governor Broward's demand upon the
Attorney-General was in consequence
of the action taken by the State Board
of Education as far back as October
last, when it demanded an accounting
from the Trustees of the I. I. Fund,
giving the number of acres of public
lands owned by the State since 1868;
number of screse sold, and number of
acres now in poausaion; also amount of
money realized bom sale of said lands,
and what per stage of said moneys.
if any, had been lid over to the school
State School perintendent, Hollo-
Mib takf dkee interest in this
will v"e no stone unturn-
Sr the children of the
i 8 rtbht/ldue.
W ill give in full
cc meeting of the
b expected to
aft thnstat e
Myera, of that
I Governor for
amr ees at
io s for IM Nol
i a seeker after
* that The Trn
by al the while.
to note tt Mr.
-d me -
th assa '! bad-a to gw
rios viety Irestee tbi eeutry to
the amB tea- of It way we shal not
think of oppa our Uisb = t
to thers, and w O the no is
made we will throw our beadt ar st
as high nto the ether for them "er
Nebriskan" as the next one. w can
not help thinking, however, that the
country is in no frame of mind for the
"cross of gold" and "crown of thorns"
style of politics, and we hope the plat-
form makers will not allow too much
Western populism to get into the plst-
The True Democrat has repeatedly
named men-Johnson, Folk and others,
and their are others still. We shall
vote for Mr. Bryan if he is nominated,
but we are entitled to out ideas and
choice in such matters, and the True
Democrat generally lets its readers
know what it thinks of men and meas-
ures, and we have no apology to offer
to Editor Frank Harris," pee-we-edi-
tors" those few demagogues, who
can see no good motive in anybody or
anything unless they are bowing at the
shrine of the Jennings-Broward politi-
THE POLITICAL NACBINE.
Almost weekly we see mention in
some of our exchanges of the presence
4ln their town of a new j il, prison or
convict inspector, and in several instan-
ceeathese notices have stated that the
said inspector was a strong advocate of
the candidacy of Hon. Jno. N C. Stock-
ton for Governor. One of these gentle-
men, State Senator John Neelof Holmes
county. was in Braidentown two weeks
ago and talked Stockton to this scribe.
Is it possible that the State administra-
tion or that branch of it is being used
to advance the political interests of Mr.
Stockton. -Manatee River Journal.
The querry is timely, and the voting
people of Florida should take notice of
and think seriously of it. At no time in
the history of this State were there so
many of those kind of officials on the
State pay-roll, and all remember the
administration, the fountain head of
Florida's Political Machine, used all the
means within their hands to put upon
the statute laws of this State other
measures, looking to the appointment
of more traveling and working agents
to build up and strengthen that great
political machine-the School Book
C iison and the Imnsrance Commis-
sa-and well will Floridians remember
how Senator Park Trammell and other
*dmwihstratio Senators and Represen-
tatives talked themselves hoarse in ad-
vocacy of them. It was argued, and it
holds good now, that the main desire
was to provide more positions for trav-
eing political machine btalder. Do
thsM "extra -od" State eats "feel
dah ther ley wfthmin their consie-
seW over s o thigs? Do they think
tq, that it is sqare and clean to have
(politiiams) on the pay-rolls of
she tate, oat traveling mainly aad
hblefly for political purpose, can they
winder that eriteism and cenmmur fol-
low, and will they not please r mem-
ber that there was no esuch things In thel
= .of Drew, Bloxham, Perry. Flem-
or Mitchell. None of these or
ther of their aesbinet offers would
jNs1tood for any esuch wrong action.
it remembered, too, i. those days,
there was no political machbiery nl'op-
ration, ina Florida, we were all Demo-
erats together then.
The tmperro people have at last
secured the neaessary number of ames
to their pethms. which were phbi-
ed li yesterday's JackamUlrle TiaM-
lonm. asking for a p.ohoamn elestoem
in Dural county.
One of the evil results oa pwhibbtion
a eorgis is the tirst t lat mi Wet
a te will a tsp the Unites u em
r Wbhes Joud J MeLed, phand
= s beo a I iq q.ewu~
wn tbyl r =oT
Insures hedithful and
delicious food for every .
dpw m e p
The Plant City Courier come this
week dressed out with new headlines,
and neatly printed and otherwise im-
proved. It was issued daily during
the session of the Baptist State (,Con-
vention in that city.
Marion county refused to go dry in
the election week before last, and the
St Petersburg Independent sizes it up
thusly: "Marion county had its elec-
tion yesterday for jag liberty or jug
law.-For tkwo weeks the two Ocala
Daily papert have been so full of whis-
ky and anti-whisky editorials and ad-
vertizements that they had a tendency
to lead one to drmnk.
Notice is hereby given to the public,
that I have &rsumed full and complete
management of my Undertaking estab-
lishment. I have secured mn experi-
enced undertaker to help ne conduct
the bainess, and Mr. J. V. Cully will
collect accounts. Thanking the public
for past patronage and soliciting for
Mas. HARRJTTrA POPE.
Tallahassee. Fla., Feb. 7., 1908. 60-tf
The marvellous curative properties
of Foley's Honey and Tar has proven
a sensation In many cases of severe
corghs and colds that had refused to
yield to other treatment., fleys'
Honey and Tar will stop your cough.
heal the lungs and expel the cold
from your system. Contains no
bamful drugs. Sold by all drug-
FOR SALB-.fresh cows, 5. 00 each.
phome No. P. 0. Box 6500. 50tf
'The fact that the election of either
of the Senatorial aspirants from Jack-
sonville will prctically mean the de-
feat of Senator Taliaferro in 1910, will
keep many personal friends of candi-
dates Bryan and Fletcher from voting
for either of them.-Gaii esville Sun.
That is it in a nut shell. F act of the
Luiness is, the machine some time ago
began their campaign against Senator
Taliafeno and no one expects they in-
tend to hold it up until his time for re-
election comes on. Senator Taliafermr's
friends as well as all opponents to
machine politicians uf this state,
not afford to take chances and eom
mise matters now. Vote against
:'I have suffered a good deal w
malaria and stomach complaints,
I have now found a remedy that
me well, and that remedy Is Electric
Bitters; a medicine that Is medicine
for stomach and liver troubles, and
for run down conditions," says W.
C. Kelstler, of Halllday, Ark. Electric
Bitters purity and enrichh the blood,
tone up the nerves, and Impart vigor
and energy to the weak. Your money
will be refunded If It falls to help
you. 50c, at all drug stores. *
Judge B. A. Meginnis and Judge
George W. Walker, dropped in ust as
we were going to press and put i their
announcements, deposing the useal fee
of $5.00. Keep your eye on the an-
nouncement department for the pot has
begun to simmer and soon will start to
FOR SALe. -Young r-ntle hora, eat
$1856.00, will sell for 16.00. C.O 0. An-
drews, at Capitol, Tallhabsse, Fla.
Are made from the highst quality
Animal products uwbleh are .mywher
food-w to e the o n
bettw M yOr
re4 in J-coa
I V I
o.ver N bdorv.,
krM 0unc.i1 "lly 16
eser eeerm nele.
trlamental Democratic pr2b. vared tIa ji
lS my judgment the DeoM morning ferom
rm should but the Soht by Mrz. m sr
and distinctly upon these two several 4 be
S on of the taril; tun to
tieo to the ever-Increasing
of power la the Federal that Are
tV bag the, 111at,
is sneerinag at tariff re- a rl of the po ar re
is advocating a federal n continued the .trip
wblbh to almost as perni- by r to Key Weat, and return-
a Mt eat e ItnrtiUon as ed ie mainland on the Pensmlar
Ovesrn mlU ehlip scheme. sad Otesmer to Taupa,
B Baeon's pslatnr it not Pope- where ke spent several dayLs
P"*H but Democratic. Ina the opinion As ia well known, Congresmman LaI
e World, It represents the view mar is a candidate for the United
of te o great majority of intelligent States seat, and yesterday he said
Deglierats In all sections of the coun- that during his trip through South
S' try. On this question Senator bOeen Florida he met with much encourage-
sad Governor Johason. of Minnesota orant; in fact, he is very well plea-
am In the fullest accord. ed over the numerous assurances of
Not only has Senator Bacon defined support that he received front South
', the real issues of Democracy, but he Florida people, even before the cam*
is a man eminently fitted to lead his paign has been formally opened. Mr.
party in a Presedential campaign and Lamar says that coming. as he doas
bring It out of the Slough of Despond. j from the section of the State that
All Democrats who have studied the I the late Senator Mallory came from,
results of the Populistic Influence must, Is looked upon by a great many peo-
agree that it Is time the Democratic l pe as being strongly in his favor as
party returned to the ancient practice a candidate to succeed the late sena.
ef selecting Democrats to frame the tor. It has been something of an
platform and nominating Democrats unwritten law for a number of years
O *r President in Florida that one of the senators
Senator Bacon Is a man fitted for should come from the western portion
either task. His twenty-eight years of of the State, and this will be a strong
public life have been years of service. card in Conirressmon Lamar's favof.
Sot years of Populistlc agitation. He After the campaign Is opened up,
I one of the ablest and most Influen- r'onressman Lamar will return to
r* members of the United atents Sen- Florle.i and make a thorough canvass
Se, a studious, self-controlled, self- of the entire State in the Interest of
p oise man who has won the respect his candidacy. The date for the meet-
E all his colleagues. I ing of the Democratic executive corn-
S Senator Bacon would be a candidate mlttee hos been fixed, and the corn.
bI whoee hands Democrats could safely mittee will fix the date for the pri-
trust the destinies of their party. He mares. at which the candidates are
would be a candidate for whom Demo- to be nomlnqed "'his we'll open the
eits could conscientioualy vote. campaign.-Times-Union, 2d.
To the list of excellent Democrats No Care on Record.
whose names The Wor'd has orpnlted There is n o case on record of a
to cnnnention with the Presidential
nomination Governor Johnson of cough or co'd resulting in pneumonia
Minnesota, Woodrow Wilson of New or consumption after Foley's Honey
Jersey, Judge Gray of Dlaware. Wil- and Tar has been taken. It stops the
liam L. Douglas of Massachusetts. Sen- Refth and breaksut thl gcold quIckly.
ator Culberson of Texas,and Governor RefuFe any but the genuine Foley's
Polk ot Missourl-it now adds the Honey and Tar in a yellow package.
S same of Senator Bacon of Georgla, a Sold by all drugg.t.
true Democrat, worthy and well quail- Print liberal during 1908
ed.--New York World. The pardon of E. StarKs. the murder-
A Night Alarm. er oa John Angel, has brought down
Worse than an alarm of fire at the censure of the State press on the
t is the metallic cough of croup pardoning board. In this as in many
b ng dread to the household. other cases, the political pull of the
I mothers keep Foley's Hontry prisoner is the only excuse that can be
Tar in the house and give It at offered for his pardon. Now prepare.
first sign of danger. Foley's tions are being made for the pardon of
ey and Tar has saved many little H. W. Day, the murderer of Col. Albert
and It Is the only safe prepare. Wrenn. Day had sufficient influence
for children as it contains no to escape the gallows and he will un-
ul drugs. Sold by all drug doubtedly secure his release after serv.
ing less than six months of a life sen-
GREATES LUMBER CUT. tence.-Key West Citizen.
More lumber was cut in the United No need to fear coughs and colds this
States last year than in any other year, asv ou can obtain Bee's Laxative
year in its history. The enormous Cough Syrup now from your dealer.
amount of 37,550,736 hoard feet was 'lihis good news to mothers who fear
produced, and the mill value of this croup and whooping cough. It is agen.
was $621,151,3S8. In addition, there tie laxative that expels thepoiion trom
were produced 11.858,260,000 shingles, the system the natural way. Cuts
alued at $24,155,55.5, and 3.s12,807,0 phlegm and clears the head. Guaran
th valued at $24 I555. and On the teed. Sold by Cobb's drug store. *3
lath, valued at $11,490,570. On the
whole, it Is safe to say that the pres- When the Bloxham Rifles get quar-
ent annual lumber cut of the U'nited tered in the handsome armory which J.
States approximates 40 million feet, W. Ferrell contemplates fixing up for
vast is the lumber industry and how
great in the demand for its products. A Dangerous Operation
A glance at the kinds of lumber la the removal of the appendix by a
produced shows very ccarly the pass- surgeon. No one who takes Dr. King's
ng of white pinot less hand oak, one thn Life Pills is ever subject to thio
greatest softwood and the other .pthe frightful ordeal. They work io
greatest hardwood the forest has ever quietly you don't feel them. They
grown. Since 1899 the cut d of white cir't constipation. headache, bilious-
pine has fallen off more than 40 per es- s au d Nalaria. w 5 cents, at all
cint, while that of white oak has drug stores* *
fallen off more than 36 per cent. To-
day yellow pine leads all other woods *O**( C0 *o aBd Legaees.
In amount cut, while Douglas fir- NOT C. HMREBYOIVKwN TO ALL CRED.
S and this will be a surprise to many- h, so.* -adf.-ti l oMM
comes second. Since 1899 the cut of Jan Bradford., deeas, t1e of LIeaounty,
Douglas fir has increased 186 per FhIia, to p t asuch el, ,or dm to tie
cent Louisiana is the torheost y.l- ..sso reerdS"^ a
w pine State. with Texas, Mislms- TkhidMdabruua i
p,. and Arkansas allowta tih order. aetrM o te of a- .
aahlagtoa pydaeqs hy tar the January s-~
r amount cf Douglas 't:..,
cek oomparlsm of the luab tod c. Am trts Sele.
tates show that slas the* UiDIER AND BY VIRTUE OP AN ORDES
br_ many abaaa t itr t Ju s7 a md for to
-. 1B an~y l-rr =M.torida.t'm tle5h da
~. ~ ~iwatate
uawwa, wsm 0 w. T
WISH FOR. 5oME ONE'ELSE TO
BE YOUR VALENTINE OR WHETHER YOU WISH
TO BE A VALENTINE FOR SOME oNE ELSE, To
JOME THINGS WE BELIEVE WILL INTEREAT
ADVANCED SHOWING--OF NEW WASH GooDJ
SILKS AND WooL GooD5 foR JPR.IN,---THE:
NEWEST MATERIALS, DESIGN AND COLORS
--AT PRICES EASILY IN THE REACH OF ALL.
P. W. WILSON.
Successor to W. R. WMsoL
r ALL WHOM ft MAY O~3I
a" is 6"1 01"tha" L the -
W.A. Dimiwl, *dmIa-bontr of
Mmhtba&w og ft W.A. D.
In the Cbuit Court, See
ObwMt. Leom Comty,
0 1 *
4 "I .
p 4 0,
1 -l*' ':i;
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41 tbe M-&- IL
7?,, 3 ftj I MO*
I it I!,
THR UVT WPAT NOWUN
P. C. GILM
For City ComU,
W. M. MIcZ
F. & WINIM
iFer City c ei, U
& D. CH1IT
C K PENN.
City Tax A.M
W. H. CHA"
For City Democratie I
C. A. CAY,
J. A. EDMOIN
G. H. GWYN
WILL MAKE I
Many of the papers
are predicting that th
CoMt extension will an
a profit, frst, because
cost, and apin, because
travered is sparselI
wtlag tFa the
sample of the comr
"It is a wonderful
to have ben carried
a spaoe of time. The eq
very great, averaging
per mie. This does i
eat of equipment, a 4
of railway has thus
et loe than 98,0P O
am. As Cuba ad
mled spoas for
is emOapUttion by
trIae possible, as
Uvla1 ateen the rouA
I lkuatamen." .
We ane willing
trmf from Key W I
haat of keys, in th
tUem. would not
operatlng the road,
railred opened an I
Sflleat traffic to
Whe Mr. Plagli
St. Augustine, h
straight out into
pie wondered then
ake a railroad
E inhabbited count
iniang up and
d, the guard
r, each a
mha m.IDOL abmdo
alwb w e to be I
tbein b =mam
And thena.Ad Urn
-ythe them 01
W W ~ r a lr oda
1ws IWNtoo" ~
lam, lIn pote
Ttar *t the
8=4. his birth:
"f-- M" t
the fur of a cIt
at pe of t
elk Do w
[AN-& fthat the State las *Ww
r: instead of forward, and
s gorm, smoon the
_b t-erse beeomes overast with
Swensky and nowhere doea a ray
(Cri. ht or a silver Hning appear.
But let us so back to a single life
ase how marvelous have been the
1 4 Abage. and the Improvements with-
. 11 fn that period.
Nf "T'he editor of this paper was born
N. after Florida was admitted Into the
Union, and the Improvements that
T PAY. have followed so rapidly upon the
of the eatry heels of each other seem almost in-
e Florida *sat credible.
ner operate at "When he was born there had not
b of the reat yet been constructed a single mile of
Sthe territory railroad In any part of Florida, unless
V hThe fol. it was the one now obsolete to the old
is a town of Ot. Joseph.
I= "Now, glance your eye over the map
rInuf work and see how the State is cobwebbed
r in o short with theme great arteries of com-
nMae has been merce!
about 00,000 "Indeed, when the editor of this pas
t iacldae the per was born the 'neigh of the Iron
i !r 100 allies horse' had only become familiar to a
fd- charge of few of the principal cities In a few of
fhlle per an- the States of the Union.
Waust most be "The 'tinder box' was Just beginning
SSad as there to surrender its place to the friction
mIre is doubt mateh.
*terprise can "The 'tallow dip' and the huge sil*
an is no way. ver and pewter 'snuffers' were a part
are no persons of the paraphernalia .of every well reg-
ave flsherfolk ulated husebold.
"The 'flint lock' yet held its own and
idmit that the such a thing as a breech-loading, ham-
and the entire merless shotgun had not yet entered
present eondi- Into one's most Idealistic dreams.
.*pxpenase of "Oesla and Marion County were not
t when has a yet given a place on the map-Marion.
aid and found Sumter and Lake all formed a part of
?-T the territory of Alachua.
douth from "The cities of the State were Talla-
b his railroad hassee, Pensacola, St Augustine, Tam-
Melrne. Peo. pa, Key West, New Port, St. Joseph,
expected to and one or two more places about thb
h a swampy, size of Santos.
. What has "The telegraph, whose wires now
Il hotels have girdle the earth and climb over moun-
Id each winter tains and under seas, and like so many
that "swampy sensitive nerves, instantly conveying
an two conti. anything happening at any one point'
fC the world, to the remotest parts; indeed, now the
ea returning very currents of the air are harnessed
of Eu- to our service, and through the same
winter we keep in touch with ships atsea.
"The great perfecting printing'
for the presses typewriting and typesetting
lpredt machines, and hundreds of other in-
l that w now find useful In
!modlw t_ li&ewere all. unknown
stage coach, with its
now. and the
S coals in the
hand the fault-
k rareIni those
frae en. we .us.
anwr a s h tha
a ow p eam f h
h* pdt ast et ea
th-m Florida alma
main the trip quiser'
alr emfort than t*
Smades from o0st" *fo
M Merganthaler I
517 A Wil OW
d Samost lowe4
at that wqsi*.
o se sof Invow
I dtire dwater.
Im of a boildias
p ambow ~ge
4c tessaft .
The next time you are both-
ered by an anoying leak or a
break or derangement of any
part of your plumbing fixtures
or pipeing, don't waste time
and trouble by trying to fix it
yourself, but send for me just
as you would for the doctor in
a case of illness.
I can restore sick plumbing
to health and am ready to come
promptly whenever you 'phone
or send for me.
I have been careful to em-
ploy only the best workmen
and am in position to render
you the most efficient service
*at the fairest prices.
Don't imagine that I can
only serve you with repairs,
for I am always ready to fig-
ure with you on installing fix-
tures of any kind whenever
you think of replacing or alter-
ing. PHONE 80.
R. J. PHILLIPS.
We have a preperton
.o active Cold
SC$wM we believe to
be oe'di the best rane-
dies for Colds and La-
Grippe now on the mar-
ket. A trial will con-
Umin~berwe guratee Satlam
faction on ever thing
Are arriving in daily bought at
right prices and
will be sold at a
very small profit. .
Dressers from $5.00'up.
B eds from $3.00 up.
Chairs from 50cts up.
A" tr goods in proportion. If
it's furniture you want it will pay
you to get my price before buying.
J. E, THIBUS94
to be without
have marked every thing
claim to sell goods be-
have such splendid
ofof hi hEe
of HOUSEHOLD too numerous to
" WW i i ,1:Our 10, 15 and 25c counter csn* be beat for VAL-, .- !
M ES. On these counters we have a sembled the wares
of AMERICA and EUROPE. All goods marked in plain
figures. Don't fail to visit our store if you wish to save
GILMORE DAVIS CO., Inc.
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A1 Fine tA Aflwok
, 4" -
aspprt fre pho P t
tate, and that he feel B'*
bestowed upon him by the -
the Staha ln the coming pr1-
*' la at the Aragon while
S a A. Graham, a prominent
SMr-aitown, was greetsng aoio or FTu 3oON1.
the aty yesterday. Mr. Ms f AOGOO COMPANY.
the orange groves in 2el. uisMie i f rsbe
10M. forward tol as iCthe I.
4atp itheasth soo. 1 a
lMJaa Ball, the popular proprie- Theow at the eerpaonde steN b "Boeo-
Sthe Hotel BhmbM In Talls, ne us ietb olasil, c -h sakes be
was greettag ,friends in the 6o1deetda 10t"tatoftIOdu the etherstatwe
wsJeL M ,riends in the the United m4 ad a11 fseesi leuatwta
dtu rday. Mr. Ball Is one of 1 a, necsaaary, a tprinei sowstllU.
e best a now hotel men la the *Mo .rli*s
0S6e and during the passions of the --_
Legislature his h oue is made head- The neral asture of the bus to be t .
quarters by misy prominent Flort- "to a be to grw. c temnt buy
dians.-Times-Unlon, Ind. an l I o e d all products t to
At Uin .^^ feel t buy mortgage aMd sell lands and perMM sonalpp
At Utimes- n you don't feel Just rt ain; tori sto conduct a sneml fnn-.
right, whep you hab a bad stomach, t ies bus ess; sawend smwasttre
Ssomo naWti&way that Will lumber,;" emp4lWlaborerssaid assets; to bmor w
tak something right way that lloney and ine otes bonds an other evidences
assist digestion; not something that ofdebatdseewthetsabmortgaorother-
v1i stimulate for a time but some. wise. upo ad its pr y; to meerpa snient
for capital etok subsribed for in money. proper-
Stag that will positively do the ty labororrveat a just valuato to be xed
very work that the stomach performs by the board to directors; and to do ewrything
ander ordinary and normal conditions, necessary to conduct the above nmned business.
amething that will make the food -38-
dist. To do this you must take a Theamountof capital stock shall be One Hun-
aatral digestant like Kodol For ded Theueand dollar, to be divided into ten
Dyspepela. Kodol is a scientific prep- t waehnd abril b tbribedl and Pad f; r L
arantdo of vegetable acids with natural the company shal transct any business; f
dkstant and contains the same sd scaptal sek myabe used for thea r thfed
estt and c a the sae Waty at a just valuation to be ed by time
|10- found in a healthy stomach Dir eters at a m tima to be called for
Bdo-e will digest more than 3.000 saipurpose.
Inldn of good food. It is sure to
aibrd prompt relief; it digests what The term for which said corporation shall exist
yo eat and is pleasant to taka. Sold be nilatyoine yeaa.
by %al druggists. C.
Governor Broward has offered a re- The ~es of Mid company to transact said
ward of $500 for the apprehension of boesms shau be the Prsdent. Vie-PnoPident.
the murderer of Miss Allen. of Green- Osral M Casgew. Scrta*y and Treasrer and
u e0oi al Diretors. to be coimpod of noet les
ville. Senator Leggett of Madise an tUre~oad not mom than thii. Th offie
County, was in the city Tuesday to of Vie-Pres-det and Geneal Manasr may be
arrange his business with the Gover. held by tbhe ame person; and likewise that of oe-
atary and Treasurer. The Board ot Directors
nor, and, whib here, stated that may be chance at any time by By-laws. The
Greenville had offered a like amount, directors sallbeielected stockholders at each
and furthermore, was paying for th meeting All efers shall be elected annually by
and furthermore, was paying for the urectors. The annual meeting of the Directors
services of a skilled detective, who and Stoctheolers shall be held on the third Wed.
is already at work on the case. Thre nedayinMarchof each year; but said date may
be changed by By-laws. '1he incorporators shall
was. up to the time of the Snator's meet on the third Wednesday in March. A. D.
viilt, no clue whatever, to the iden- 19U, at the office of said company at eleven o'clock
tity of the murderer. a. m., for thec urpose of adopting By-lawn, hold-
01 -nwt the tint, annual mnetinr for election of offi-
Baby Hands nt., and completing iRtA or;,nzatiun. UnLil the
utficers at the first annual n.- eting shall beesectev
will get Into mischief-often It mean and quality, the. bukineues .shall be elected by the
a burn or cut or scald. Apply BIal- oliowing peir.-.ons: Levi W. Scott, l're.udent;
lard's Snow Liniment just as soon Jhn F. Da[euoprt. Vie-lPesident and I general
Aiager. .'inom ., ti. ll:,r,.-;ecretary and Treas-
"ithe accident happens, and th u'.Ir
Will be relieved while the wouini ,
heal quickly and nicely A tsurt' Th. hIhl.t .,..u...t of ,;..i, ed: no...- s hs,i bilit
for all sprains, RhpI'rumatism arn u atii atNi i tmne- hai e' two ,i rdre-d thon i ,oil- i
paJn ,ar, i
ce 25c. 50c. and $1 00 a bottle -1 -
by Hardoe-Smith Co The name and r,.sidencenof the salAcribing ir-
.. .- corporaturs, together with the, capital sutck iul-
Tamnpa Times says. "If a man cribed by each. shall be a follows:
tell his wif3 all the goHSlppy Name. Residence. Am't of Stock
news he hears he need not do any- Levi W. Scott. Newton. MNaM .810.1oo.00
Thomnaa H. Hall.... Bradfordville, Fla... 10,u00.00
thing elie to make her think he is a John F. LDvenpoiL. Boston. Mass 5,000.00
good husband." LEVI W. SCOTT.
^^^^^^ THOMAS H. HALL,
Hamlet JOHN F. DAVENPORT.
had melancholy, probably caulod by Subscribing Incorporators,.
am inactive liver. A bad liver makes --
one cross and Irritable, causes men- STATE OF FLORIDA.
tal and physical depression and may Qou-ry or LAoN. I
result disastrously. Before me. the undersine d authority, person-
Ballard's Herblne la acknowledged all earedvi W. Scott. Thomea H. Hall and
to be 'the prteot liver regulator. Jo Daveport, to me wll kon. who being
duly awora. alsy say. that they Signed the
If you're blue and out of sorts, get fsin instrument of writing for the purpose
a bottle today. A positive cure for nameditherein.
Is witnam wBhreof, I have hereunto *a "y
bilous headache, ConUstipatioq, n e ow d ofat
CUls and ever and all liver corn- A.D. 190e.
pisi ts. Sold by Hardeel-Smth Co. SL *aL P RANCS B. WiTMOP.
I-H ew Pubistsovi e PIls atImm
Adjutant Gearal Clifford R. lem- Muy mlMin express JMas. s .
ter has received the medal that was
awarded at the last encampment to
the hest drilled member of the quad,
oapesed of plePed men from, the
various. oompanles of the State troops. To the Tha PaNe of Leo Cwnty :
This beautiful medal is intended for
sergeant Luther Holloway, of the Y0 SIPAAteO UCAL
Bloxham Rifles. Company C, Florida ma' s < r m
State Troops. Mr. Holloway is at- wr'I t .,U have th'e aj
tending the State Unilversity, but the 'isiha nii ad-- -he
medal will be want him by express, toS meaaateler -w
after it has been attached by his Liei or heXAq j
mother to a ribbon fob, from which ij rs
hags a handsome gold watch. Thef 1r
yeinam sermat's friends are proud of SiSa3S
his gmcse ad extend to him their 5ae AI t. I
heartleet eongratalettes. wit haspwas se*A sem
*V*e~ *~. *wg~ ~
3t at n it of,4 c10,t"
?' wU4 ed oak A ft
D R. COX
I~ W& =MA.
"84 1 Na -me
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TMu TRUR DEMOCRAT. "I -1 4
sM WL. COLLIMS. Phabbe* peataU. l WS to
Pt"eMuIN vIt nmtDAY NOm must be w h e a tt esayg. V im a
MO. he is free to s or evil; he
MASONRY THE TYPE mot be of lav ft or at that s .~o ato him that i aioble h
OF REGENERATION. of latollectual wj t whih he before to
As the glacier in Winter Is cold and discern right et wo. ueszt la,5 with aeedlax di to
maslel: froesing the sight and mak- be under the e o Iood Mmp -Prt' o Oot, our 8ee ri, bev
tag everything cherless around it, but the angelic host Ma st mi that b is dominion a o
lows in rivers of water under the in- tacee ls his how sai ever.
Jlueone of the ve-nal sun, refreshinga The foot o is"
the valleys and causing them to bring body, the l7-
forth fruits and flowers, gladdening psh whihb e V
the hearts of the inhabitants thereof, ia n tuwy o tlsy
so when the sun of Rightesoeess rise y
and melts the icy heart at Salflohm B l -k the nd
It brqams forth Into singing ad glal rti to 9Q T-rl
w, doling the work of charity sad14 be rSgn
dispenasng blessings and hap w* s no
alone its path r e of l strgtpack
To such a one. Masonryat the vry ou- si qltute. Sold by all
fore him, a beautiful structure. the that the laryootto n
m i dS m and cerem in is e.a re uardeb bobrdeo wiAUr d L
ably waniftehent building. "a ti*y40 ias of mine, and doM them Try to E careful alWay* of what you
made with bands, eternal In I VW :like uto a man which built his t
ens." Before a man can be r iho lienup unto and whi b In do.is of other people's faults,
be must feel his need of IIWhoue o rock; and th rat d And pradon'tforgety..rown
the straelites sts rted on their way to d, and the floods cae, and the Ju t k of one unkid word you
SCanaan they bwere aa t h in winds blew, and beat upon hat house;
state they The stepaldI a nm t has,
t of darkne. The St tep a and it fell not, for !t was founded So tbih weof this today.
Manary Is the demirp of liht. T upon a rock. So if you have no other work to do
mneh It I. said: *"lek and ye shall erai i But erpoee other people's sins,
9nd. knock and It shall be "Wined unto whicb all othet worns are performed.ter3peoe
fln t. "F knock and It phall be hepaeed unto the You had better commence at home,
SFor this purpose, the heavens and the And let other people's affair alone.
t inn enn Enbe rof.ta, un'il earth were made; for this cause Jesus
S n on the life he rha lid: hates Christ snalered and died. He who would You have no right to judge a man
e hoina the ionsfe he has lived hatnd become Mason in the highest sense Until he has been fairly tried ;
the abominations he has lov;.ndmue apMknowled but one God, who e s And should you not like his company,
determfnin byhv thb d of a hfar ma rWtwld bt Gd woi You know the world is large and wide.
"weW to hn hnreefrt in the lr~t. the LArd; he must tear every idol from
"Th rord hall be t6 the* an oer the throne of Deity; he must not make We al! have our falts, and who does
lp"tfnr light. and th f' I th lorv" unto himself any graven Image, or any not,
"'l ;n hs wp ^.-Pt^v ,d-r,. likeness of anything that is In heaven The young as well as the old, you see;
Inc to b clothed uvon with n i h,,so above, or that is in the earth benea Perhaps we may find nothing to say,
whi'h is from heaven: If so be that or that Is in the waters under the So keep well in the path wherever you
bein elr tha we shall not be fmndl earth." We are commanded: "Give go.
nakx "For we that are in thin tab- not that which Is holy unto the dogs, Then let all commence well today,
ernacle do groan, being burdened, not neither cast ye your pearls before Never slander a friend or foe,
that we would be unclothqd. but cloth, swine.;" but he is always to hail with Just of one harmful word you say
ed upon, that mortality might be swal. delight and cherish as precious treas- To those you so little know.
lowed up of life. 'ures, those valuable precepts that have -Dr. J. J Grant, Tallahassee.
The penitent seeking to be been committed to his care. The prayer *-. .....
cloth',l with the m of righteous- of an Entered Apprentice Mason Is: $I" Reward, 11$ .
eis,. is In the dee humility; he is "The dearest Idol I have known, The readers of this paper will be
aware that he is nd Illy clothed, yet Whate'er that idol be; pleased to learn that ther3 is at least
having made a start,.In the heavenly He!p me to tear it from thy throne one dreaded disease that science has
life, the angels beholA him as not be- And worship only thee." been able to cure in all its stages, and
Ing naked, hence hef neither naked He would lose the power of speech, that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
nor clothed; his feet are not yet shod or life itself, rather than be guilty of the only positive cure nhw known to the
with the preparation the Gos.*el of idolatry by writing, or Inditing that medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
peace; he is neither Ihib oot nor shod. others may write, by printing, paint- constitutionaldisease requires a rcosti-
put is like the tro sea, wien It t Ig. cutting or carving, upon anything tutionaltreatment. Lall's Catarrh Cure
cannot rest; he f as though the under heaven, either movable, as the is taken internally, acting direct upon
Evil One had pl1 a heavy yoke household gods of the heathen, or Im- the blood and mucous surfaces of the
upon his neck, a cable-tow from movable as the rocks in the mountains, system, thereby destroying the founda-
which he cannot those truths that have been entrusted ton of the disease, and giving the pa-
As our firat pa wre given the to him, whereby those to whom it is tient strength by building up the consti-
choice to obey or so no one unlawful to reveal them would be en- tution and aaaisting nature in doing its
is forced to be ; it must Iabed to attack them with ridicule, work. The proprietors have so much
be of his own f l and accord; 'Thus be endeavors to so live that all faith in its curative powers that they
but t be accept te throne of forms of idolatry are excluded from offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
grace, he must and truly pre- the orhi..ip of the true God. that it fails to cure. Send for list of
pared; "If thou bel it with all thine The obligation of an Entered Ap- testimonials.
heart thou mayes o mut be wor- prentice Mason is but the first and sec- Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
thy and well q No one is wor- a c ent s MMo ic n 0ledoOhio.
thy of salvation not seek It od commandments, Masoncaly ren- eSold b a durists.75. Aug. 16-tf
with all his h he who sets so dered. Until a man has so far pro Sold by all dr ist 5. Au. -f.
light a value a that he greased in the work of regeneration as Thesevernl residences being erected
will not sacril else to to fully indorse these two command- in Tallahblie will soon be ready for
obtain this oneMt price" meant. heo is said to be wandering in occupancy. Mr. W. W. Perkins will
is not qualify j But when darkness, and is led by the Lord, he move into his new house on Calhoun
the yomn g man b pln& he knows not whither. "Darkness was street In a few days.
went away sorrow great upon the faeo of the deep." When he
Pismsaons." has sufficiently progressed in the re- It will be unnecessary for you to go
Wh s the ord twelve generate life to endure it, he is ad through a painful, expensive operation
apst power to h nd mittt to the light "And God said for Piles if you use MithnZan. Put up in
bodies of men, and S 1th let there be light and there was light." collapsible tube with nozzle ready mmation.
from the shores of C Was LOSING LODGE.pplyto the soreness and infl mmation.
t of all nec ryTh the heart of ever regenerate For any form o Piles, price 60c., guar-
know and remember that ma n I a Lodge in miniature must be need. Sold by Cobb Drug Store.
Lord's power, and not rent to every Mason. As the sun .
which they performed the lIn the East, to open and adorn
It ws as epreesslon of day, so rises the sun of righteous-
they had nothing and were to open and adorn the penitent
themselves, but were wbholt R The darkness of sin Is dispersed,
at ujaa the Lord, that they who e at in darkness, and In the
wlthltut provision for the 'o l of death, and was bon d in .
The, took neither scrip and Iron, has been released
Metals represent wealth, hi bteads and darkness, and
the knowledge of heavenly t light and liberty. The earn-
disecples were not to be r M aoebr after righteousness take
who pride themselves 'ote thdreof, and his newly-
knowledge, but poor bye tof holy things constrains
stantly depending uao' gpverm himself accordingly.
guide them. The nte ?q reiga adpreme, and a new g
itent sinner, is not suppoW ICristlan !f ia proalt e sc',
knowledge or wealth, but e ri i the mn rit h-lIn the skv,
look to a higher power fe ai t ht M rdlad BA ho to the. BSHOLDI
as the Lord taught the a hety bJcryot the h -W o saa
to be regenerated Ispt '^_ RUhe bImesma the "Oh,' Sigle Wagom, .iel or Skelm Axle
of a guardiangel. -. .-- -- -$
tnualn v behold the imsl IS now in the till Light TWo h~ helr axle $BB0
which is in heaven', ;U p th; tle ple is *--"" 5W
In in a condition from laor to Timber Weanwtim
truth, represented bylo to M R8ULAR.
and benefits of the II *o MpirtuMa Mall S I Unite.
has given evidence retir tres active -abor t ali tyUit
poe tW live a life o r mean"aA A amtho i60o st
is led by an unseen gu o Im watn@*.T bmb ..;*
of the Lodge, of whieh bytk bary Sab .
"Seek and ye shall find; ahe reftmrs ,a neon
shall be opened unto y't. .th We at wS
When the Divine llght l5Wll. amo at of his b es#- IS
upon the mi the mind the Smay : I1 f ghav 11 IALLY-
test be feels a pain inI" T a Aws I" hv th ecty
as it were tbe pricking wmv $, dOmes 1,"
*trument;"tos steb the W*ea at l" TULRCO.
saee. or contritelof .a s thK Masse Sads t
ot We van throl wers rMes;
ilau=s upos him, hadambete a
lited up hus asd l9tb a t M
aid. It Is /e, this pisee. tr" W o
childrol, hiat we, bF e,. am Jet ke With .*
things of this weeSI" l ...
tn Cad Orw o w bogrbI s eslas 'he has end av-
am Win eta UK W4W Ab l t sp t Wmer I
rsu. aremt eae Mastw. it
A state ft e etee read tI
, ..@.*** The %pe **.lasen 11 aet se -
Capital City Stables,
HIOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.
Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country y
Phone No. 79.
P. 0. Box 487.
All Accounts Rendered Weekly.
qEines, Boilers, and Smoke Stacks,
IW~U!IqIYW ~ j6
M Will Bove a babts ,
of A lgne Guld, 8
bc ,jl Church, are Dlannim
vher Tea on MoNd y th
Mrs. Harry L. Bethel has
U,# at* r idence on NMuri
t for the "eeeaa8, and tW*
d my- to he one of great so
min M P wore er teachTerof
Sad Miss Hrdawa, teacher of
whie from t- eity's nesical
1i 5some Rev Mr. Hyatt, St.
Wc od Foser, M -
H Si xBenBie% Damon, An.
and St John's lifted or-
VMr Mary Talbot Whitflekd
R eo Htt's fine baritone voice has
mat pleasure to the members of
S etion, and the friends of the
other churches will be glad
o have this opportunity of hearing im
dw. Mrs. Foster, Mips Cline and the
who will furnish the instrumental
male are too well known to need an in-
trodaution to a Tallahabsee audience.
Cut flowers and the Guild's famous
bome-made candies will be on sale.
Ro ersfrom 4 to 6 p. m.
FOR RENT Large furnished front
room. Suitable for couple. 2 minutes
walk from Postoffice, Monroe street.
Ad r Ie "J. K," care of 'his office.
Ir the Circuit Cou t, Secord Judicial
Circuit, Leon CE unty, Florida-In
Aot tt'Insurance Company. a Corroration under
the Laws of the State of (mnnecticut, Complain-
iant. a. R. J. Evans, Truatee. Ac.. et al., Defend-
IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
S atdavit of George P. Rarey. Attorney-of-
eord for the above named Complainant. filed
erei.n on January 30th. INN. that the Defendant.
Kawgan A Company, a corporation. Isa resident of
a" esuntry other than the State of Florida. vis: a
r!eident of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire-
land. and that Its particular residence therein N
unknown: that the Defendant. Wertheimer-
warts Shoe Company, a corporation. in a resident
*' t a State other than the State of Florida, viz: a
eaileat of the State of Missouri. and that its real-
de*n t St. Lousl. Missouri: that the Defendant.
A. M. Robinsoa Company, a corpo a'ton, is a reli-
dept of a State other than the State of P'orida.
to-wit: a resident of the State of Georria and
tha' Its residenee i Atlanta. Georgia; that the
Defeadant, 'smbdand Mills. a corporation. is a
nAMt o tha r Tthan the btateof Florida,
ta-wit: a resdnt of te Stabt of Tennessee. and
S that Its rA dmne is Nashville. Tennemse ; that
the sfe o Mante. J. A. Dayries and J. J. Labry. a
dr the firm t ame of Dayriea A Labry,
are B of a State other than the State of
Swo t : residents of the State of Louist-
that their residence i New Orleana,
that the Defendants. Eugene Ellis and
May, as partners under the firm name
SEllis, ae. re ridents of a State other than
of Florida to-wit: residentseof the State
sad that their residence is New Or-
|tana: that the Defendant. 0. R. Kul-
S ib eilne 'stnnder the name of Savannah
S Company, is a resident of a State
ether tan the Stateof Florida. to-wit: president
af tho Stabt of Geora a. and that his residence is
Savannah, Ceorla; that the Defenant. Parker-
ihla Groery tAmpany. Limited, a corporation,
sa ealdent of a State other than the State of
tWda. to-wit: a resident of the State of Louisa.
M and that its residence is New Orleans. Louisi-
an;: and that the Defendant. Schatt-Morran Cut-
by Company, a corporation, is a resident of a
tate ether than the "tate of Florida. to-wit: a
=eMtnt of the State of Pennevilanta. and that its
eMenee is T tuaville. Peneylvania: and that
here tis no person in the State of Florida the ser-
vime of a mabporr a upon whom would bind any one
f sald named Defendants: and that the natural
romn named as Defendants above are Mverally
ever the age of twenty-one years.
t therefore, ordered that all of the above
efoandants, exeept Kingma A Company.
afe ld. be and they are hereby required to ap-
to the Complainant's Hill of Complaint on
Mead,. the seemed day of March. A. D. IMS. and
that aM Defendant, Kinwsn & Company, be and
mhe tr jrrqalred te appear to the Complain.
11t's of Cofmplaint on Monday. the sixth
d; of ApriL. D. 190: and that this order be
bHhad :i "ThI Weekly True Dqnocrat." a
a aer publihed in the City of Talaham.e,
L-a CoIty. Florida, one a week for eight (8)
eieeslew weeks asto and for mid Defendant
Klags A Company, and once a week for four (4)
a aeute waeke as to and for all of the other
W It K r Henr T. PeIhl. Clerk at the Cireat
at f the Second Judial Circuit of the Stat,
df hsoa. Leon County. Florida. in Chancery
ithe eal of mid Court, this 30th day of Janu.
eA County. Florida. In Chae.
Clerk of said Comi. 43.t
In the Cireult Court. Second Judieial
Circuit ,a teon County, Flosrida.-In
wi be the
B for four y
#w an at the
Aor-OM-m J. tMaLn.
Caa atam fM ourt. .t
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County Florida, in
Dritbh America Assuranceo Company, a corpom-
tion under the laws of the Kincdom of Great
rltiea A Ireland. Complainant. vs. R. J. Evans.
Tres, Ae.. tal Defendant.
TT HAVING BIN MADE TO APPEAR BY
Z Afdavt of Goenr B. Perkins. Attemuy-of
Rordf the above named Complainant filed
herein on January 0th 190M. that Kinsan A Com-
pany. a corporation is a resident of a country other
than the State of Florida towit: A resident of the
Kinedom of Great Britian A Ireland, but that its
nasticular resdene* therein in unknown, that the
Defendant Wortheimer-Swartz Shoe Company, a
corporation, Is a resident of a State other than the
State of Florida. to-witt: a resident of the State
of Miamourf. and that its residence is St. Louis.
Misnsori; that the Defendant A. M. Robinpon
Company. a enr Pration. in a rmident of a State
other than the State of Florida. to-wit: a resident
of the State of remorria. and that its rmeidevce is
A tlanta. Georia: that the Defendant aumberland
Milla, a corporation, i a resident of a State other
than the State of Florida. to-wit: a resident of the
Rate of Tennesse. and that i's residence is Nash-
ville Tenneisse: hat the I)efendants J. A. Day-
riinand J. J. Lahrr, as partners under the firm
name of Davries A Lahry are residents of a State
other than the State of Florida. to-wit: reidents
of the State of Louisiana. and that their residence
I* New reenL. lOulslana: that the I)efendant-
FuIolree lEli and Ferdinand May, as partner" un-
der the irm name of May A Ellin. are resident of
a State other than the State of Florida. to-wit:
reidetao:he r nt ofhet of Louiiana. and that thpir
residence I* New Oraans. Louisiana: that the De-
feondant 0 A. Kutinan. doing business under the
name of Savannah Woodenwarf,. ('Companv. i. a
resident of a State other than the State of Flori-
da. tn-wit: a resdKent of the State' of (;eorsra. andI
that him remidlene iN Savannah. Georria; that the
Defendant Parker-Fain Grocery Company. Limit-
ed, a corporation, in a resident of u State other
than the qtate of Florida. to-wit: a resident of the
State of Imouiiana. and that its residence is New
rteans,. lTniiana: and that the Defendant Schatt-
Morsan Cutlery Company, a corporation. Is a resi-
dent of a State other than the State of Plorida, to-
wit: a resident of the State of Pennsylvania, and
that its residence is Titusville. Pennsylvania; and
that thereIs no person in the State of Florida. the
service of a subpoena upon whom would bind any
one of the said named Defendants; and that the
natural In-in tamd as Defendante above, are
serera lover the aeof twenty-one years.
It In therefore, ordered that all of the above
named Defendands., except Kinwan A Company.
aforeeaid. be and they are hereby required to ap-
ear to the Complainant's bill of complaint, on
the second dav of March. A. D. 1906. and
that said Defendant Kingan A Company be, and
it is hereby required to appear to the Complain-
ant's bill of camnlaint, on Monday the sixth day
of April. A. D. 1908. and that this order be pub.
lishad in the Weelky Trie Democrat. a newspaper
pblied In the city of Tallahassee. Leon County.
Florid once a week for eight (8) consecutive
weeks as to and fur said Defendant Kinimn A
Company, and once a week for four (4) consecu-
tfiv wemk.n as to and for all of the other Defend-
and* above named.
Witness Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida. Leon County. Florida in Chancery, and
the ml of said Court, this 30th day of January,
A. D. I10
f(sAL. HENRY T. FELKEL.
Ck k of the Circuit Court, Second Judicial Cir-
cuit, LAon County, Florida, in Chancery.
A true copy
Attest-RENRY T. FELKfEL.
Clerk of said Court. 49-8w
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County Florida, in Chan-
St. Paul Fir & Marine Insurance Conpany. a Cor-
reation under the lawsof Minnesota. Complain *-
ant, vL. R. J. EvanM. Trustee. Ac, et at Defend-
TT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
a Affidavit of Geore B. Perkins, Attorney-of
Record for the above named C~mplanmmt. lted
herein on January 0th. 1908. that Ki a a Cm-
pony., a crto i ton. is a rWdent or a country
other tan the state of Florida. t-wit: a resident
of the Kingdom of Great Britlan & Ireland, but
that Its particular reMidnee th rein is unkam:;
that theW deeant, Wrtweir41wart She
Comp ,aa mrpamtion, is a mlnt of ata*
otbo thne t tateof kr"i t .* a Mrldent
uft tateotfMisouriH. atht Itf ralde ei
St. LewLia. Mlmi; that the Defewdat A. I.
RobbMam CO p a "Worroratatn, a a reiment of
a state othr tanm t-e o ra tl oa -wtt:
a reeidet a the State of Georgia. a d that ts
rdeMem is Atlahta, Georgi; that the Defend*nt
Cmbaerlmd Eli, a Irt% si a in saVAt of a
State the th S f to-wit: a
(rMta# tie tats 01ofJ Ma am that its
fedant J. A. myOa part-
-- -- da f-i -*-
^ ^^ o ?^L ^ ^ ^ _3
wil embrow a wonderful
y w ved
BetasM will be
in ever way tbe
Show. Bidbo, Ciekas O, ad
malu pon goats. *.e., pet animal.
Entrieswith relved fin all over
the country. Entry blanks will be for-
warded on appliation. The judging
will be done bystrangers, and will be
impartial. Ribbon prices a id cash
prnzes will be awarded. Entries should
e made at oncr.
Thia Show will take place the closing
week of the Beachey Air Ship, a timt
when thousands of visitors will see tht
exhibits of animals.
Horse ii keud'10- ui00 at J.
To stop that pain in the back, that
stiffness Uf the joints and muscles, take
Pinules. They are guaranteed. Don't
suffer from rheumatism, backache,
bidney trouble, when you get 30 days'
treatment for $1.00. A single dose at
kedtime proves their merit. Get them
to-day. Sold by Cohb's I rug Store. *3
Those "Over Zealous Friends."
If newspaper talk is any indication of
public sentiment, and it certainly is,
for where it doesn't reflect it makes
public sentiment. Trammell will make
Attorney-General Ellis hustle hard to
even make a respectable finish We
haven't heardof anybody with sufficient
nerve to announce for State Tre sun r
Knott's place. Any man whowiuld s-
pire to this office must needs be a man
of mighty strength if he would even
get a respectable minority of the vutes.
-I lant City Courier.
"I trust this may be read by many
sufferers from kidney and bladder trou-
ble," writes Mrs. Joe King, of Wood-
land, Texas. "I suffered four years and
could find nothing to give even tempo-
rary relief. Our druggist at last induced
me to try your 30 days' treatment of
Pinules for $1. This one bottle has
cured me and money could not buy the
value it has been to me. Guaranteed.
Sold by Cobh's Drug Store. *3
oeew & W- om a CiOW"B & .
January 31, 1908.
Oh! Papa used to be such
a crank about Coffee that be
almost worried poor ,sama's
life out of her. She tried all
kinds of coffee and it was
either too strong or too weak
or too bitter or too something
butnpw every morning when
pa& takes the first sip of
coe, he smacks his l1ps as
m p to say "Thatasmigh-
ty." I can tell you
w-iAS is. Mama has
foind out where to boy cof-
fee. The kind we um is
Chase and Sanborns .oee,.
it cats 86 cts a pound.
Your friend. '
m~ mms ~
Try Our SpOdl
for less money.than
you can get.
Use a Welsback
for lit and
an Ordorless Heater for heating.
The 6as"' G
AT P. T. NICHOLSON'S
C. A. SCHORMAKR, .
NEAR THE LEON 1
ILLS PISLNTKE -.
SAFE TEAMS FOR L
Experie-ed and Relable
50 Ladies Ro
for the yoQ
Don't fail ti
Few'IP. $.-You ecan gt
JIM.T.E AD R
... .-! *.~
THE A K s UDMOCAT.
J3 6. COLLUS,. Pblkh.
PUBLJBHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
"Don't grumble, 4on't bluster, don't
dream, and don't shirk;
Don't think of your worrier, but think
of your work.
The worrme will vanish, the work will
No man sees his shadow who faces the
State School Apport
Tallahassee, Feb. 1.-i
Holloway, state superinte
1c instruction, today distr
the fortv-six counties of
sum of i34,423.82. Thear
uted was the annual app4
the interest on the state
While the total amount
of that of last year, the r
is slightly less, on accou
crease in the average dai
of the state, the basis u
apportionment is made.
Amount for apportionN
Rates per pup
Alichua .- -
Was ington I
oI, 38 c'ent&.
Total amount for
Baa ne in fud not
tiag ainityair. Tbe
meat has inaugurated
tem a that ity ande t
fare ano uga er
te office for their
ve itdedelvered at their
withk for other Mapr t
myto wgo about. d
uthe dneral health
Hopkans his e antation
Ga., near Mr. A. C. i
why, waa held lnJamnd
ws once owned by
Rmes Hays. Mr. T
the hunting seaon t
wase vrten a, is ot
coTherence was predi
Lember was revised, i
bwood wef off and ome i
roL We are glad to
were added than left
decided by the coaf
tracted services f
the First Sabbath
Mrs. Albert Me
tsik for the past l,
&or to visit her... ^
improving and a
able to go about.
the general health
A northern man, M
name, has bought f
Hopkins his plantation
Ga., rear Mr. A. C.
was once owned bO
J awes Hays. Mr.
the h'unting season
-*tme Irienids, is oce
There was preach
the Leon Circuit,
yesterday and a young
wood was amoMgtdeo
MIckler, the ter
nilthe pulpit on tide
company with Mr.
three War leaa laaft
- .to"d at
atptim e th is
for Bliea. Soad
au~ TAmat STATIC FAL *
With aar"y twice the attendance re.
corded on the "wing day of former
fairs, several touand visitors frm
other states a& being included, Gover-
nor N. B. Broward, aeompmeatd by
his official eat. formally oped th
third annual Florida State Fai' at
Tampa, at the moon hour Wedmeeday.
Contrary to the usaal st1 f afsai,
every department of as in
readiness fm YIsltor.er
Even those former
Dr. B. C Bondaet,o
chair of Greek and Latin at
ea"Ple College, ham b e e
a similar position at the
olorado, during the
r. Bondurant will
compensation for his
haviMn all his expeni
any Citizen. suwccestueve all no
s"the c leffe, faculty art
Hon. ads of visitors from even as they are al
nntare constantly pouring t hrohant will return tc
ib big Fair gates. By the time in tin to resume his du
Fioua r closes at the mid-night hour of th, at the opening of the fall term ol
mount Feb. 22nd, all records of attendance the College.
ortie i made by Southern State Fairs will The Women's College has further
sc have been smashed. been complimented by the selection of
'a1i pil As an illustration of the attractive- Miss Rowena Longmire to act on a
a POP" -ness of the Fair, fully 2o of Florida's committee, together with Dr. Yocurr
n1 thdanen richest counties are represented in the and Captain George M Lynch, toward
dance big exhibition building, every section prizes offered for the Educational Ex
which the of the state being represented in the hibit at the Tampa Fair.
t 45742 agricultural, live stock, educational, Misses Ollie and Iva Townsend, twc
t, $34,507.42industrial and other departmenLs. The of the students of the College, left for
products exhibited are nothing short their home at Lake Butler on Tuesday.
st- of wonderful in their quality, volume -
$1, 775.74 and variety. The following Normal students have
VI 291.46 The amusement attractions are of a i arrived at the College: Dora Gillen,
60 706 80 character that have amazed all who Lulu, Fla. ; Sarah ('. Johnson, Syca
41 243.58 have attended. With a total of 600 of more ; Pearl Johnson, Sycamore; Ella
97 302 86 1he fastest running horses in the coun- V. Geiger, Deti)-niore ; Annie I). Ham-
4 240 92 try in attendance, the great 16 day rick. Quiiiv ; l.'lda Houston, Keuka;
)3 30134 race meeting commenced under the Luella A. Il ~ti, Tyler.ville ; Alline Mc-
13 1,030.94 auspices of the American Turf Asso- Donald, Guridee Gracia Saunders,
g8 641,44 ciation, and in charge of officers of Lakeland; Etfie Smith and Nellie
8 820.04 the same. is proving a grand Smith, Jacksonvill ; L.illie Watts. Baa-
D1 2,276 58 success. The greatest international corn ; Bessie Woodruff, Westville;
17 1,507 46 wrestling tournament, which will last Mrs. Ethel Moses, Jacksonville
S 250.04 eight days, will also prove a magnifi- Have younoItic,- the store of R J
8 1,078.44 cent drawing card. Thousands are Evans? It is, without a doubt, the best
S 558.60 marveling at the magnificent acts of It without doubt, he best
S 20368the great special circus, and hippo- lighted store intown. This helps himn
2 2,282 drome secured tor sixteen days at a to sell more goods. One can see what
S 2446 50 ost of $665,000. Horace B. Wild's they are getting in a well-ligted store.
11 1,702.78 world-famous airship "Eagle" in which For Sale.
96 1,210.68 he makes daily flights over and about
7 2'5 74- the city, is also attracting great atten- One Reg. P China Boar, 2 year old,
] 509.58 'ion, and the same is the case with the $25.00 Six Shepard Pups, $5 to $10
19 208.62 great spectacular production of each. G. G. Gibbs. 50-4t
S 1,377.50 the naval battle of the Monitor and Wanted.
t0 471 20 Merrimac, iron-clads of the Civil War,
77 181.26 and other magnificent shows. Abso- One good farm hand. Regular work
8 1,16204 lutely nothing of an immoral or offen- and good wages. G G. Gibbs. 50-4t
)4 533.52 sive nature is on the grounds, upon and
)6 1,787.90 near which the sale of intoxicants is *
8 405 84 positively prohibited by the Fair Asso-
'4 484.12 ciation and city authorities. *J T AH H O T
S 872 10 Although the attendance for two days
S 31198 has been larger than expected, the 104 MASONIC BUILDING.
8 326.94 crowds are being cared for in excellent
6 1,217 90 manner, and at-reasonable rates. The Tinnin- Plut'm ing
622.06 Btireau of Information established by mg, Plumb g
7 481.46 the Fair Assocition is prepared to W r
0 18240 house 10,000 people daily, even without Sheet-M etal W ork
A 649.04 the aid of the big hotels which are ac-
5 43.10 commodatng hundreds at low rates.
3 1,106 94 During the Fair many of the most fa- All work in the line of
a 326.42 mous American and foreign statesmen, Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
2 806.36 including governors and foreign am- oong utteng pout-
S 26676 biseadors at Washington will visit the ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
0 710.22 city, and unprecedented success is as- solicited, and especial care
W 869 56 sru w in every line.
All Floridians are urged to attend the taken to please my pat-
0 ,423 82 Fair in honor, of which very low rates
are being given by the railroads. ro .. .
8,50742 Skin Disease of Twenty Years'
-ri ","'c, Plumbing a Specaty.
88.60 I want you to know how much *
put- Chamberlaln's Salve has done for me.
I. t has cured my face of a skin dl-
sease of almost twenty years' stand- Jeffll
Ing. I have been treated by rpveral e F. *D rerreit
u a mart physicians as we hare In this TJi
s "uatry and they did me no good, but WfLIHll 5 WIl 8DMIA MIIL4
two boxes of this salve has cured .0
i 3 --M~r. Planie Grfln, Tcoy, Ala.
Camberlaln's Salve Is for sale by Geneal Re r Shop.
Satilia.. PHco.n Hore n byan ex-
Wf s of-Mii Waei. pert who ha d years
'nh. huditory remarics eooeerning of exp'liase. .
s- w Mre t. Net bg
Iaas teaanbavba oledtaife=
ase srw of bb fefolwme
ta kow thatbissetr-
6#1.4 Nor ahom we
Smidead before pro-
r olo~i~s. Mr. ]ek
i d: is n of the' whole
S b sno reason whatever
of 0a Oobledeedo.
n tht ao Tribune.)
it trite With a cold,' Is good
Ar prede t men and women.
.be Vtal a the eas of a
!rou hfod pod vemnIlakom,
L edkfth are the NOpe
M-a -a U tt-r
low Ms -u m
if Sl aweI3,onywsed
btettI* f- glof
Is to The
pateat us wto Asi a
tbe am slightor mew te ~very
b"betUotina" at be adopted
~ gie CsmblaIs cola
At GoV Ik erylse
A Pea'toeaof po blie
M ep 8od'eforAs-
Utssand 1~t.CAut&IUns itWm
NTN AllC 0OT IC.
m~ e oipsocW7mm
Apefect Remedy for Cmasfps-
tion, Sour Slomach,Diarrboea
am an u~Loss oF Sump.
Yac Sivik Sitnature of
CA COW ur WUANE.
0 0A GOOD DOCTOR
Every OOUgh wakens the lungs, lowers the
vitality, breaks down the tissues and yes
the system In a weakened condition,
Sto be more %eu. to the eumumaptive
theo hau the systema.
boe't wait aUtl that <
=l inalady. save
sawu lf lkare alog4
. A Vo
U ~b Wt
T~ TW.LOUcan I
=ALSAND WCw ~
The Kind Y
"M eSaum 69 "u m em w ".
4 -.- -~
ALL MACHINES ALL COLORS
Write for Prices and Terms on New
and Second-Hand Machines.
R. C. Davis & Co.,
M YA -1;
. V'm ,
You all know what they 'are.
formerly sold at 10c, now
formerly at 15c now 8c.
The Cash Storeb
id Dress Goods.
E. DLL IN TALLAHASSEE.
L V. Bell, the gieat advertiser
and onde -eoi ker, hose medicines
are doing so much for suffering hu-
maiaty throughout our State, to now
L in our city giving grand, strictly high-
class and moral entertainments every
evening from his eevated platform,
which is located across the street from
the Ho.mes Drug Store, on CUnton
street. He also gives lectures on the
merits of his wonderful Florida Herbal
Discovery and also free treatment to
anyone desiring to come upon his plat-
fterm for pame.
The Hglmes Drug Company handles
the entire line of Dr. Bells's Florida
Herbal Ilacoverles. The Doctor will be
here n for some Ume, making headquar-
ters at the drug store, where you can
all om him and get any information
yos may desire regarding the Florida
It you are deaf, lame, broken down
or tIll health from disse tht you
v" been unable to have cured, it will
y yes call at the drug store amd
Sthe doctor and get further Inmor
woUn as to hil wonderful medlldnelas.
wbleh have cured thousands, and will
menbt cure you.
Mr. P. D. Duval and Miss Mar A.
S nepp were happily married at the rew
S e of te bride's pare Mr. aad
M D. r. .Knap at 4 'clooh m.
S^rary 5, 1Ms. at 3 ,Ga, Rev. C.
m P er ocala" a wedding
MISS CHAIRES RESIGNS HER Statement. GUARDiIAN'S NOTICL
KINDERGARTEN WORK. Made an requreed b.Section 32. Chapter 5596. Notice is hereby given to whom It
It is with deep regret that the Talla- Acts 1907. may concern, that as Guard an of the
hassee public learns of Miss Anna showing the amount of taxm eharfed to the 'Estates ot Nanmea Lee Moore, Harrison
Chaires' resignation as the head of the fetr t"Ao County.? 'o Koss Moore, John 'thomas Moore, Ruth
co...ted for the current year 197,. sad the appr-
Kindergarten department at the Col- tio, ment of the same to the several funds for' Moore, Jessae MAe Moore and Ephriam
lege for Women. which taxes save been Ivied. Moore, infanttaunder the affoof twot
Being possessed of the loyal esteem Total tax for th year 1s7 t...... 4.sr. one years, I wall mnke appIcation to tme
and love, both of the young women who APPORTIONMENT. County Judg of Leo0 county, Florida,
are studying the course and of the G.nd Reue .a. at his o i ina the CoIrouse, in the
children placed under her instruction, schoo....... ........... City of Tall hian ee, on MondLy March
and receiving the entire confidence of PoUl...---...-- ..-----------.--- m.e ninth, A. D. 190W, at teao'ec a. a.,
their parents, Miss Chaires has been Pin'1ad feir--------.......... 0. or am on thereafter as ean be
unusually successful in her work. both SecilScbhMsel, t No. 1. u -1aJS for m thorit to all of the
locally and throughout the State. It Atim--Hmar T. P .ulre sad interest owf the .abvq
has been through her individual and Cler1 of CfiretltCot. ao Coeaty.lids. Is, Itowlt Nane. L e NU"
enthusiastic efforts that several public- brw~ In Harris .es. -oor*.Jo t M
spirited citUisenas of Florida have this ------ .m--- --'-- 3oo mira a-m-g,
year been brought to give kindergarten *** e -w aMooe -n-d MooreS, seekC Mae 'M
scholarships for the training of tea ch- TALL WHOM IT MAY te0Ml: NO. v onefUty-f.oth
t~uMr- tvormv o mui vi "U we lM tk and to the folow d^-'-J t K
ers in this most important branch of T. i fnir t ha"aed. l0lagA
Miss Chares is a woman of strong Sum m&5WoadtStto-wit:e
educational work. .T .u admi A.llo U ".oetlern- tyh w (
character, concieUtous In every detail *ar d sthe -- ali" allof Semt'won m._-t
of duty, and has a qhUd-like purity of "hie D Ndot saluth of theS"L--lS
thought that fAnds loving expression In maobofdr L A;s W etLB
ter teaching of the little oeoe She S SnSoorth m.SSeMs
motto. "Love," the inspiration of her In the Cire.t Court, Second Judicial eS ha of ot
daily life. Circuit, Leo County, Florida.- qwaTe "m._ --' t qar'_
The patrons of her department feel I sot qea tS i quarter. Th Iet
that their children have sustalned a LA-.J 0i'% w Lss. W.,Jmm D- t- Of the a wDt qua te
loss that is almost Irriparable, in the Welk Aa Y of t be soutbwest qurieO ft the
withdrawal of Miss Chalres from the I Manst tu AMA uTO e t or
IlMd a 1 nI s s ste a go rt e o f us e s o mh o f V iaeft ,.
pastlion she has held me faithfully and 49edo dt"81uisM. 5 g3ust. Romd. And al*I do
so long. Her resignation goes Into effect a e ay tJSu*i quarter 01 Uate outhwm&
today ay.. ra t5a so a oema a northh of the St. AwSuLtme
-eii I s1 Iobefhing Sueadfur(0 ,s
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a FPa. 00aeS i m-.- m MLm e Raveagl e em 5 l
we pritr Chamberlain'sa 119Sjtht tw 110p be wt quarter, and of the
Remedy to any other for our emlwld.- MIae a __ Ima olf timtnw-t
o Mr. IBBB L&WL & L L1m LustitlornN.-_--four (4_-.--.
1gl. _... ... M." -L-ugo ItW ia teu,*-loi 5 ,mU
16 to 2
'a Fir*t Home.
The Do ,A
t mbla ordeal inl.
be ---- m-to weet
knew and estsem y
Sstaid bore are TVy
We think itleur-
ve and worth soming
4rOWerIaCthe week wib he
D.O^Land Chata. win
we arm ym ....
.-Dedeoom and aitihag teew
Addam ROO, TruDua-
VTs b, n 'etwoA
kin d i
, -P **v"ov
Bargains in Silks ar
.4. *~ .7
S .'*'.- T ,
dt.6- &-- &
JlI I li ~ll ll ll'
BUYING A Ou
think well before choosing.
:E BUYING A MAL"
Into coanmttitIon a
You want It to t b
long time, to run
smoothly, to look stylihb and bto
as cheap as is consistent with good quality.
a large stock of all
to make a election from.
Call around and see
Cor. Clinton and Adams 3t.,
My supply of double and single buggy and way
on harness is complete, also full stock of Illnes,
bridles, hames, collars, traces, back bands, etc. etc.
J. W. DEMI
STAKE ONE O
of the Little Tablets
AND THE PAIN IS GONE.
N4 Try One
N They Relieve Pain .
Quickly, leaving no
\ bad After-effects
, ,. /////// //// //,
Sold in Bulk*
m -- -
50 pw e t of your Shoe by hbvhs
A. R. S. TWINE
Syewr Boot and Shoes. rt Clas Work. alifatin gurmanteud.
A we w Ihav in smeothm with my shoe aiubw* Mw
YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
and Prnoing. Frst-Ciss Workmm a this work. Yeoar om
K oumtay. irat.-Che Tulor R4-sen mmd Mked Coths
Mis Ba Cob heda and Mad New. NoMa.
NEXT DOOR TO
%ea Dom wad bW
Have a few ImIi1
&0 ,ndAgf, 14
tw 6 l
Tdqbh ms 1..2750
'NUT DORwTO, P~iCINEY'S RKIMAURANT.
cu at eWW Usme m ineinbl
um -MW bbs
isWW?- too80haebt to Oand w e
am km.. I-a. "yearn Vb"
gasd fm e.Wo ise gpedupa~s j
OW bmak 4,0 A e" nabe oar
isr f-,ew. eS as as st
fee we sl ~be hs
bowls. gaod b~
hvipmmave. L RAN
p- 486* V"w
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