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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: February 21, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00157
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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VOL. 3.


TALT.AH


DRIDA, FRN)AY, FEBRUARY 21, 1908.


NO. 52.


Good Government; Honesty in Public (A


; Equal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None.


prise and energy and her pril la the MR H14A rose is unprehasable, hence their ef-
4- W00V13 1future of the united nation. H re- ort to cripple it as much as possible,
TAMarA oCnNVfOfferred to the lakea-tothe gulf conven- SURE but nt erved thatthe OS
TAPT A C Vntions, and the benefits that promise to POSI
-- flow from it to the whoVs country. He ntr
1Adtg *d ma4 ery Roper- the transportation faities exteed On Janx
Sm 5jSct. across the gulf or along the ua S 6mB r Mr.heada W.- On Jan
e tak~a the following f-om the to points in Florida and leyondt. HWe d tta--ten Departm-
mentioned the railroad to Key Wast and o Tallahase fri tr e No. 907, <
pa Times of the 1th: and the steamship lines to Southern Comments culled fter the Florida Chicago to-day.
.. Governor Broward's speech, deliv. countries from Southern ports .Also, Press on a recent rflh of Florida's Judge J. Emmet Wolfe, of Pensa ol n
- ered at the opening of the Immigration the lines from New York, Boston, Bal- Railrad Commission is making a short visitto the city. CL
convention held here this week, was timore. Galveston and other points to Gadden Times "The Railroad Com- Mrs. W fe ha been here during the
a very interesting delivery. The Times ports in Florida, and adverted to the Gaden Times: "T Railroad past two weeks helping to nurse her neC
obtained a copy of the Governor's many trunk lines of railroad -3ntering miasion, we have a great one, haven't aster, Miss Lilie Vinson, who has been a lisah
speech, and herewith presents it: Florida from the North and Eat. we?" One of the late things they ill with pneumonia. Her friends will 'ext
"Mr. Chairman, ladles and Gentle- The Governor explained the growth have done is to say that a newspaper be glad to learn that Miss Lillie is now pa
men: It is admittedly within the truth and development and business every- man can't sell his advqtiig space to convalescent.
to assert that no movement in all th where and the necessity for Increased, a railroad companv an tMee a part of Mr. George'E. Lewis and Miss Mary
history of the world since the birth of ch.-aper and more direct and rapid it out. In pla Enpll* a newspaper D. Lewis, have gone to St. Peters- w
Christianity has been more pregnant transportation facilities: the special man can't make a legitimate business burgh to attend the Bankers' (Conven- me 1
with results looking toward the uplift- need of direct communication with the trade, tion, which will be held there this week. o p
Ing of humanity and the advancement States of the West and Southwest by "The editors were not getting any. Before returning home Mr. and Miss
of civilization than the flaw of imnmi.way of t'3 Gulf of Mexico so as to thing free, and they charged for their Lewis will visit Key West, going over "A i
gration, bringing lberty-loving peop cure Increased and cheaper trans- work, ana we firmly believe if they felt to Knights' Key on the new road, and publisher
from other countries of the earth to portation, to save time and loss In disposed to ride out fifty or a hundred will return via the East Coast. scriptions
free America-to this wonderful land transporting products and other corn- dollars worth of work, It was none of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanley and are expr
of opportunities, consecrated by the modities, to avoid the railroad mon- the railroad commission's business, and Miss Flossie Stanley, of Connecticut, term for,
blood, the spirit, the moral and intel opoliEts, and to bring the people of the if they would come half as near earn- are guests of Mr. A Clark. term for
lectual endeavors of th' fathers to b different sections in closer touch and ing their pensions from the State as an Stanley lived in Tallahassee when a in the f
a land of free and equal opportunities thought for the common good and ad- editor earns what he gets out of a rail- child, and once in a while renews old LIES WI
-a heritage offered without cost or vanedment of all. road, there would be no kick coming, ssociatioas here by coming down for a shall not I
qualification, except the qualification "Florida has abundant t ,rritory of and we. as citizens ofFlorida, Ok themVrys
of being honest anti law-abiding and fertile soil, matchless climate,. unusual to try to devote a few minutes of their will singing theMethodist church next list of sub
industrious, to all the eole of the natural resources of hard rock and attention to matters that will do some Sunday, and the congregation is antici- on account
Inarsth rdless to f a clthereopled orte twhhle phosphate, naval stores, pine, one some good.
earth, regardless of race, creed or ak press, hikory and othr vau "The Railroad Commission in Florida paying a delightful treat. cepted f
condi"The growth of these United Stn.es bl timber, numerous streams and have the power to accomplish much Mtss Annie Craighill, of Baltimore, class post
"Theduring owthe pas t century has been the lakes of clear, fresh water sufient good for the State, but are they doing Md., and Miss Jane Boyd Neely, of The abo
duringvel, the past century has been tspair of all for aviation and commerce, all filled it? Well, hardly. They claim they Portsmouth. Va., two charming young not pd
marvel, the envyg, ambitious but an- with excellent fish: great numbers of have done lots to lower freight rates in ladies, prominent in the socda circles n ti w
the struggling of the Old World. n farms. gardens, orchards and groves, some sections of the State, but if they of their home cities, wll visit Tallahas- don't we
shackled nations of the Old World. In of staple crops ,f corn. cotton, both have done anything over in this dec- see about the first of March, as guests This app
populationmental, socin wealthand religious long and short staple, oats. rye. nota- tion, the people in Quincy don't know of Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis. Mss your cash
governments, and in all the attributes tos, hay, rice, peas, vetables, fruits,it Theyissueorders all right, but re- CraiShill is a granddaughter of General I
progress, and in all the attributes that suits fai to follow. William Craighill, so well known in
go to make up a better andful highera- The State Is almost surrounded byv Sometime in the early fall they Tallahassee. Gen. Craighill is a cousin
morn, the lasting and ore useful markeiviliza- t ocean and gulf salt water fish commanded the Seaboard to build a de- of Mrs. Lewis
the on t he growth which story has r and oysters are abundant. sponges pot in Quincy not later than December Misa Deeman Milton and Miss Jessie A d'
beentury3 life of this mighty republic,has plentiful and tranqnortation. both 1st, but where is the depot? The tram Edmondson are soon to be the guests of w u
constitutes a story of this mighty republicndeavor coastwise and to other States and going East about 12:40 in the afternoon Mrs. Eugene L. Hutchinson, at her About
constitutes a story of human endeavor eign countries. is convenient. In- hasn't been on time more thun about home on the corner of Rosele and Park from the
and achever been anled progress which arly land transportation facilities by rail- forty times in fifteen mouths, still they streets. Miss Edmondson is from Tal- if a
has never been equaled or nearly roads and steamboats s adeuat don't remedy it. The waiting room at lahassee and Miss Milton is from Mart- o -
proached in any era of th" world's "Our peop 'are amon- tho most the Seaboard should be well lighted at ana, and is the granddaughter of Gov. o-m m
history. enlightened, the most Chriqtianlike night, still the railroad has not far- Milton, of Florida. Several entertain- court
"There in no need here to dwell upon tless th most progressive and enterprising naihed the agent here with oil since ments have already been planned for forn s
e myriad details nor the countless and the most hopeful of the future that August. The jerk-water road from the pleasure of these two charming i w'- "
dents of th unprecedented gov are to be found anywhere upon the Quincy to Havana isa dan ous to ride Flordians.-Jacksonville Metropoli. S
ir a Iental, economic and soctale lobe, over, though fortumatey no oRO has The personal history of Gen. GirMist f
oderwth. It is a story which is the. "With all the natural rpsourc p been hurt in the number of times it has is the story of a poor y. who by bhise
too ader and pride of al pitourlation and advantares, we need more people run off the track. These f a few of own efforts has beided for himself a
too but familiar to require recapitlationre to help dvelo thop resources and to the things the Quin es wat the nalh t tla t memory of halM af Frid-
bhore, but valuable tobthose here a- utilise tihee sdvantarq for the hon Bio "do-nothing" ismas, ad Iu ates the t9 atS tt a '
h brhd because tarprosolvely 1ae0 6 eat of our enmm n country and it\ ers to do. and not yg .imNAlr tow ar -e
trative of the fact that wherever, peopun-dt of o r ourn own welfare and ors from getting *a ,wa a 1 fr ai meow
der free American Inastitutos. ener- "Now, we are g wtieiigmeiith s fsorty ee
getic adi law-abiding people bave set. pr"e-end a cordial welcome to a "boisw, have wls g'eaW the is dorts a m v t ewu U
tied and devoted tir honest efforts rood e nomi who om Y amons u. We rilroa butrespectfly ak the to s strong and gd, and it
to individual and ownnal advaaear-offer "eeor educational a1 ntase, ral comneers to do M i stoh honor s me.-Apaa. 3
meat and betterment. there vropt, rit offb h thful t, eate. productive sol. for Quincy and West FldaTimes.
has resulted, and eivic growth, both In rr at natural e~,nnm and A .4vn. resign and crawl off in a whoU e ( -des county bas a n exhibit of
its moral and material phases, hu taRes, a cordial tfllowshin and eoor, they will never be seen. Of cous e tobeoe whiek is ree n thattel
worn added to the sum of weod In the ,tion. a h, elpinO sd and a er-4d-nt are not as for a decent depot, we of toacsc manufactqrui ad N gewers t"o
world. ormarlly, Individuals haves qnranee of uecPAq to In41viduals will be satisfied If they can tus abi whod ereausabif tarest. he
prospered and have successfully car.-nd a n rnoln toutnra for our state, the shed down near the traiW traldckho fraM hoe in th Ibooth a ba- f tt
tried Odt the common duty to maintain th nd nm n outrlet as stand under it lke' a buch of e d with tobaMeoo Itavee.- s is in-
themslv and their dependents. smith and our en n r'ountrv liketaenheof nean a @o
themselves and their dependents .vne ovp er, nech was received battle, when we are weath. for be t ba. And what avI tiS t= the a
Yet. In free America. the struggles of with ret thoaam. and it was late tram in Vet weather. If yooothad *
individuals bav resulted to a heater nd of the best deltrared Mr. Railroad Comminssio es, EM tahoo hAn" m- t .'
extent than elsewhere In benefit and attecs a tin, uabig shbed, for goodnes sakeTgu h e eo. b e
advancement to society. the State and t the onv ..~ and dmt robthe peopleof their money '
the nation. Scees "um Thktas. by a your salary. 7Wt M0t.fawe"l nTfa.
"Thts great country was dodlcted Editor A. N. C. Russell, of the South- Key West Cti : "T rild vi
by ts founders to be a nation of equal ernsees some fny things, and commi ha decided that a raltroad lMate dm l--v*In t
opnortunltl-s. to the enJoyment of w hen be peaks to met5 may not sell the editor f a paper a Governor B. I. inn
wwloh all honest and decent people 3p d ten book on credit. T bshe absh- guest of--
were freely Invited. De nite the ava- The air tended for exhibition at met ef thepan yste5 h po ry 14 and
ricious red of predatory wealth and the Sftte explode s t waarelg portable to l Citizen, because it has va~onnd .s r, Hc
the corruntion of many men who hav* far the r Ao. evening t opened upa new ied ty the f t
bten 1ll-advisedly olacd In ntitionn wrk. It eCat$1, 000, adM wam a total but we think the commisiW istt= itoda l fly'
of authority and trust. the nation hao.- loe. Th~ seroaut was hurt, but not r it power when it deqidea that tha Htdn's Oraton, "The N
ptly still retains the fundamental char- seriously. Several political hot-air r*airy osma not do b H1 ike any was iven on an oab to nb
acter of freedom and equality of opoor- ship are floating over the State junt other business institution." Land Febru 14. Mr
tunities. Abuses there have been, and now that o 6ght to explode and will aineville Sun and Lakeland News: the prima donsa of the New ty.
abuses still exist, grave and mon- later. "Referu to a recent 'ruling' of the Metropolitan Opera, sang the I
strous, but these will Iwnvitably be An enemy of the country press is an Florida Raboad Commmaelon, The Lake- parts. while
corrected by the ranldly awakening" enemy of the people, because the coun- land News voices the natiments of the Dr. Byron W. King. Preasids$ in *
public conscience-the one sure and try newspapers are the organs or Sun in the following wosds: 'The Flor- Kins's School of Oratory, fa e inst
unfailing panacea for all double IUl. mouth-pieces of the great mass of the ida Railroad Cqnmussi h ne has made anm the leading Shakespsarian aooitt of e
"We ef the Boath,. neither thinking people. The effort to prevent them asinine rul that the rard aaot two other actrs d t e or
nor speaking from a spirit of detrae- from boyir transportation from rail- exchange ilage for advertiig space tion cla a neDs- C eof t.-L-i
Ution towards the other sohndlid see- roads by ertisinr is a direct thrust in the newspapers. Thy pight a well Prof. Sahrie, of Stetaoa, .. -
tIlons of our common country, yet at their rights and business, and should hold that a grocer or dry foods man to give Kiog Lear m l that
asert with confidence born of abselut^ be resented with all the manhood of most not, sell oods to a publisher and Caesar Febrary 25, Shake- rWila
convtetirn strengthened by exhaustive those who edit them. accept advertwang in payment There spearia_, see nes xt we. e atat
dbrevation, that in this favored Maty intelligent, well-informed, wise are a great many things that the Rail- John B. Station, Jr, ia to be the of be pert
outhlaad of ours Is to be found the ard patriotic men who are neither road Comiealson cod undertake for guest of honor of tljhe f ts.-
S most prowmlqa ,144 tor the attracttn offlce-hotde nor offlce-aeokers, wish to the benemt of the people ha Florida, but mruy 21, when te casat r |i U-
<. ot new setthrs that exists on th* have a voice hi the manaremant of they pm these matter of real import- brary sad M,. Stetena's mea W e '
globe. We d~crv either the rich nn4 party affairs and Impress the country ace by to interfere a purely pri- the r to bepe pi
phrqeroa Nnrth, nor the masali- with their views. They do not want vats buinea transactm with which Mc U ima.
emohais* the fact. daily bhengenr would ke some infanC in tie pol- e0red. So far as we ire adlvtL the price M foran
i~mr and mor awnnaret. that in thbs ties of the, suntry. A convention railroads are not paying the sighteat Uto sC > Ul.vn
action are ofered ounortunl***f fI' wouldgive sah men oal or-t.tR; attention to the ruling, aad we do not day wes. h
suoeesful industrial effort whIch are the prese- pruipary law and catorBdo believe it could be motalmed in the Dr. L ,
not Ienaled In attraeltvenees In aaynot. Glve the people a chance to be ourta.'' Ad the Oik Denm- Sttege ir .
kne u% re on. head. Chatne the rement Dlan of re- ertat adds "In the Wrthe NewsH t, er. W _


""em r.Is roova, there is weloameP.d cnfS oa mf ots oe ocst~a .wimiiVp ;p ee- ut w s awnuia~a
and th'tvpo Isofvtayiereward in the who shll .66the dOes. nwpprIsh a _V1405 Fwarm JN. M
th Oasriftysderm. intallfwent white hft.hgWelwon Bom^ akhas -,- Med.nab&
Pe00 ori,,d It Is eur 6%1"'tto Invite we agm with Uve Oak Deaw o-eo..b
amwll lut.lvut w mtnovie to Make cmste b 91h a --Al stukoww urem
upolp be". sw e'ue.U Vawta. Laokkelsd mm aa e
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No. 907
uary 1, 1908, the Postoffiee
ent put into effect Order
containing many important
rnts to the Postal Laws sad
ms affecting the mailing of
lams Mail Matter.
w regulations provide that
er may send sample copies
tent of 10 per cent. of his
nation. This is a radical
ut more important and
| revolution in the business
If weekly local and relig-
*p in the following:
ah' time will bhe allowed
I 'sect -e renewals of sub-
, but unless subscriptions
essly renewal after the
whkh they are paid, with-
olo g period: WEEK-
THBI ONE YEAR. they
be counted in the legitimate
ieribers, and copies mailed


t threof shall
or mailing at


rate."

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have to cut
lIr to everyone.
at once.


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0o4 buta t measure
o-D s~M o ueees of his
bIeo T to thi intense
ILamar has
evesr seean of the State
May beHe3ve he made a mis-
WvS for senatorial boo-
of remaining in the lower
v~s t, here will be a large
in the coming cam-
0e 0 Demoerst.
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a dwh I horse like Ar-
as as sharma of the Dwe-
e committee, the buine
qwiH Never am any draggy
-Time-Union.
I Hag protests loudly
frauds committed al
iain the St. Angstine Re-
nvention. Where was Mr.
hen the Great Fraud of 1871
itted? -bnea-Uniom Short
N. B. Broward wil leave
if for Tallabhasae after a
it of two day toTampa
state lr, appearhgf for a
at the qifratko eOoves-
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LOCAL AND F3SO ITEMS. FOR SALE-My house and lot also my Marked for Death.
Slavery sales and feed stables. A. E. "Three years ago I was marked for
Read the splendid a er..tisem Ta 62 tf death. A rav3yard cough was tear-
in this weekaissue The Journal is not suppaotg its Ing my lwIgs to pieces. Doctors fail.
in wee ue-- ifrip ,Ai Mr. Dannitte H. Hays, for Con- ed to help me, and hope had fled,
Mr. J. C. Cover, hy lor 1e0, but we must insist that our con- when my husband got Dr. King a New
Okwill reside oma .here fu t em rari spell his name right. It as i Discovery," says Mrs. A. C. Williams.
will reside ue u not Dsan-tt tur Dennitt nor Dannette, of Bac, Ky. Toe first dose helped
Mr. Charles D. C of the bet Dannitte-D-a-n n i-t-t-e. Please me and Improvement kept on until I
State's Prison Inspec in the paste this up over _our desks and get had gained 68 pounds In weight and
city yesterday, and a very rrgt hereafter.-Penaacola Journal. nmy health was fully restored." Thla
pleasant visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. F. Lowry and medicine holds the world s record for
The managementof the Dui Hotel, family, of Chattanooga, Tena., are coughs and colds and lung and throat
Jacksonville, has changed, and Boo. F. ltvising Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Lowry. diseases. It prevents pneumonia.
W. Arit rong will go to 4acon,.aau- M. J B. F. Lowry is one of the prom-i Sold under guarantee at all drug
ditor of a largs hotel there that atder ienit bankers of Cnattanooga. stores, 60c and $1.00. Trial bottle
the same management as is th "I trust this may be seed by many free.
A Ring's Dyspepsia Tablet a sfferes from kidney and bladder trou- The Lake City Index is authority for
meal overcomes uidigestion, l "s writes Mrs. Joe0 Kg, of Wood. the statement tht Park Tlr.mmell and
sat other stomach ills. Two 1"& Texas. "II sufferedour years ard Attorney General will divide Lae honors
fr. Ak our dealer. Sold by a 9a=M Anlid no to giveeven tempo- in the coming primary as the "adinmn-
Drug Store. rary etef. Our t t last induced itration candidate." We were under
The r ing between the pa tIo tyL 1e ar 'ra t of the impression that the Times.Union
the sidewalks on Clinton stre! or $1. This one bottle has had stated it as a fact that the atlrn.ey
very bad shape. Seems after mand mo y emo aoouy m general was "not in thorough accord '
the property holders op that s VtrW i has been so me. r with the state adminmisra-ton. Ho.-
down ~ dewalics, hese Cl. 'sl ruw om t ever we are glad to learn that he ua.-
sbouklbe kept good. Now W le we do not believe that a man Pensacola News.
some bead gullieslan some of them. Aid h e ainfimced uI the selection of If the Timee-Union stated it, that
D. a a wan a we there newspaper told the pure, unvarnished
reside ta itae wGa.i sandhave ** a a who do not feel truth, and little things are happening
of the Gas Works there. The we do ai r a o the question. almost every day to prove that the ma-
there is ewnet b Tal ~ all ssoh we woa sI mi mk"I chine end of the administration is knif-
li -"" -" e-p-"iealn-es --.. an* sud de "" """
they..have ~AA e h m.6d be e8 geLto ing Attorney GenerWal Ellis whenever
exceo a. sop t embpr t i t b ct tna man who has occon arm e for It. He is "true-
To stop that paia to the back Ihe i have given hi blue" and a whoie yard wide, measur-
stiffness fthe joistasmdmea. t the- sw omms tom ing aptothe full however, and wile
Pinales, Term Mat the rewadnIDa potics.- o soaloft dou als duty m he sees it,
somer from iii sm >ir l fSS ,fcS regardleles. Let the imm continue to
bidney truubxe wiem you. get N Pl .a. _y nude.
treatment for L. Ad-t s"e$ L00 .o a
kedtime proves their merit. Get them iatal City Drg Store, e ater- A Semnetlo.
to-day. Sold by Cobb's Drag Stop. '8 rMasM erguts o T0a3ahasse, are The marvellou curative properties
The editor's da bhter, iliasa m, ita Oa l rea "-HINDIPO.' of Foley's Handy and Tar has proven
entertalmed her yo friend' a te new Nerve Toee sad Restorer, a senaUton i maay oases of severe
eleveth birthday al last and her it as highly prsed that coughs and oolds that had refused to
from 8 to 1 o'clock, and they I- they W offer to a e it In yield to other treatment Foleys'
joyed thie ocerio as ly those of ttt every ee to em al tr-i of Kid. Honey and Tar wil stop your cough,
a#esa. May al present live ad me r blees ad $uer s D9e1 heal the long ad expel the cold
useful lives sad gmow to be en d from your system. Contains no
uesml me and women. They pay or It it it does oat give harmful drugs. Sold by all drug-
PERSONAL-0. W. Mek l YofI" ate in- t lg** n vista. *___
Lake City, oas F. D. N. I It es t, it l their g~. aot
like to kiew the whereabouts eemas. A MeasUt bs. Ue1 Lable So far as policies affecting the whole
reale MU len8, his e Am tra t 11ea10 t., wd pt life lto State areoneernd. it does not matter
kw tu' hereabouts i a dead -ma bat by M M der poMs. mue who is St to he legisltre
oftelis by Mstityag hia. tive guesute. BoM emly by d wo Governor. The

candidate for r stave i ia


1st 'G ink. eut eAve where lb wesrtre *strenthes.
and wo eMd at WPMMAW0h=6 ameMhN s e bjeets.
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Waslagtea's Birth Day at the CeO*m
ty Schooeels.
The fol owing invitation written on
a card shaped like a hatchet was left
on Wednesday at the office of the True
Democrat:
Tne teachers and pupils of the pri
ary department of the Leon county
graded school invite you to come to
their Washington's Birthday Celebra-
tion on Friday at 12 o'clock.
In pleased response the city editor
made one of a large number of visitors
who went to the old acadetay building
where the kindergarten and first four
grades of the graded school are housed.
in time for the exercises in the morn-
ing.
A varied and creditable programme,
comprising songs, recitations and drills,
all, of course, in honor of the *Father
of his Country," entertained the audi-
ence for an hour after which the prin-
cipal, Professor W. N. Sheets, spoke a
few earnest words to the parents pres-
ent concerning their duty to their
children, and the need of co-operation
between teacher and parents.
The children reflected great credit
upon their instructor, by going thibugh
their exercises in a. moat orderly and
Intelligent manner.
This Is Worth Reading.
Leo. F. Zalinski. of 68 Gibson St.
Buffalo, N. Y., says: "I cured the
most annoying cold sore I ever had.
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I ap
plied this salve once a day for two
days, when every trace of the sore
was gone." Heals all sores. Sold un-
der guarantee at all drug stores.

We knew it was going to happen
That Jacksonville monkey has
iven a trip in an airhbip. What oftee
he looking for, anyway ?-Tamps
Tribune.
Now that kind of a sling at Jackson-
viule s "too bad for anything." But
since you "did it with your little
hatchet," we will suggest, that per-
haps, that "Three Friends" eombina-
tion down there will select the office for
the monk.
Correct the mistake of risking pes-
monia by neglecting a cough or cold
when Foley's Homey and Tar will eot
only stop your cough but ez4IL t"
cold Tom your system. Faleys
Homey amd Tar oetalIN 0o opDtm
,and is the beat and eet throat saed
long remedy. aom1 by all

Mr. G. I. & Watt, represeitPAg the
Ceo P Coasa
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Jacob Waldeck, correspondent of
Newspaper Enterprise Associatlo -
which serves seventy newspapers wa "
a visitor at the office of the True bem-
ocrat, Friday. Mr. Waldeck is making
a tour on Southern states with a view
to getting the drift of political semnti.
ment of both the great parties on the
presidency.
See Collins fur Job nrilnung.
At a recent meeting of the Tallahas-
see Base sall Association, BradforJ
Byrd wis elected maiiger, atd F 0.
Holmes, Secretary and Treasurer. These
two young men have gotten right down
to real work, and now have a crew at
work, itching up their diamond at
iunroe St. Pdrk
Several have come up and made vol-
untary contributions for this work; but
it will take far more than the amount
now in the Treasury, so help them all
you can.
"Brad" will certainly call on you, so
look out!
Chamterliirna os Go Remejy a Fa-
verite.
"We prefer Chamberlaln's Cough
Remedy to any otuer for our child-
rren," say Mr. L. J. Woodbury of
Twining, Mich. "It hba also done thi
work for us In hard colds and croup.
and we take pleasure In recommend-
ing it." For sale by Tallahassee Drug
SGuald am's Nedws.
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F. Muliikin and daughter,
glany, will leave this week for
Sanford qnd Palm Beach, Fla.,
they will spend several weeks.
.art Barber, of Elton, Wis., says:
e only taken four doses of your'
and Biadder Pills and they
done for se more than any oth-
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S takin the pills as I want a per-
S cre." Mr. Barber refers to De-
KidagY and Bladder Pills. They
sold by all druggists.
f1 Mir. C. Rleberuems aAnd
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tty church wedding was cele-
last Tuesday at noon, in the
SaruS Baptist Church, the contracting
|rse being Mr. C. U. Robertson and
m Lila Bryan, both of this city.
ie edifice had been beautifully dec-
ratd with vines, whie jonquils and
purple violets, which corresponded with
the bouquets carried by the bride and
her attendants. Little Teresa Yaeger,
exquisitely dressed in white, strewed
violets in the path of the bride on her,
way from the altar.
Mis Pearl McCord acted as maid of
honor assisted by Miss Tommy Ferrell,
Miss Liltie Robertson and Miss Myrtle
Gramiing. The ushers were Messrs.
Jack Mabry, Paul Nicholson and Har-
old Hays, while Mr W. P. Byrd at-
tended the groom as beat man
The maids were all dressed in white,
but the bride wore a stylish travelling
suit of brown, as she left almost im-
mediaely for Jacksonville, where the
young couple will spend their honey-
moon.
Mr. Robertson is a competent mem-
ber of the clerical force in the office of
the Attorney-General, and both he and
his wise are accomplished musicians,
Mr. Robertson having received medals
of honor from the College for Wrmen,
of waich she was once a student,
The True Democrat joins the many
friend, of the young couple in best
wishes for a long and nappy life.
Six Nights "Go as You Please Race."
How many tired fathers and moth-
ore In this town ent'r this race every
night carrying a baby? And they
wonder what the matter Is. Chances are
the child Is starv(ag-worms are eat-
ing all of Its food. Most children
have worms, yours needn't White's
Cream Vermlfuge will get rid of the
worms and strengthen the child.
Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold by
H ee-Smilt Co.
The St Valeatase's Tea
valentine'ss day was celebrated at
ry by the ladies of the Town
OP.Iprovement Association, in spite of
ring rain which fell the long day
T armory was artistically decorat-
hd with bunting and festoons of red
hearts. Red hearts, on a background
of white, formed banners and table
drapertie, and marked off a semi-circu-
lar post-offce enclosure where one's
fate, in the shape of a sealed valentine,
might be purchased for five cents. Two
or three dainty tea tables were placed
at intrvals around the room, and the
purchaser of the drink was supposed to
y the cup and saucer in which his tea
was served. This china was all of the
eggshell variety, and of beautiful de-
T~~llahassee's most charming youpg
ladies were present to serve the guests
with tea, ice cream, cake and candy,
and, later, to dance with the young
men who attended it the evening. Al-
together the St. Valentine's Tea was a
great success, financial and otherwise.
Skin Disease of Twenty Years'
Standing Cured.
I want you to know how much
Chamberlain's Salve has done for me.
It has cured my face of a skin dl-
osae of almost twenty years' stand.
lng. I have been treated bl su)veral
as smart physicians as ,we hbe In this
country and they did me no good, but
two boxes of this salve has cured
me.-Mrs. Fannie Griffin, Troy, Ala.
Chamberlain's Salve is for sale by
Tallahassre Drug Co. *
Cellefe -e~s
The Spring term for teachers will
open at the Florida State College for
Women on the 24th inst Among the
is faculty of this college there are several
men mnd women who are recognized
throughout the State as being specially
able in the work of normal instruction,


Sthe college bears a well deserved
station for the thorough training
S ven in this department. Thirteen
teachers have already eume in and
many more are expected soon.
The basketball game between the
Florida College and the Young tremale
College of Thomasville, Ga., was re-
c, eotly enjoyed by all who attended.
The girls from here were received with
great cordiality, and were given a good
time. Th4 came home with dying
colors, ha won a orem of 63 to 14,
and are full of enthusiasm for their
eoaeh, Mr. Kent Johston, whose
paustakg instructio w the means
f ing Wm the .
C Mata wbe w tamed het week
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vitad to worship with us.
Pr-bvtrian Cbhaunk Bov. Wan. H. UE l. ?Po
tor.- R-ular rviema at 11 o'clock a. i.. and at
7:10 o'clock p. m. Sablbath school at .30 a. m.
Midweek services on Wednesday evening at 7J30
V. in.
First Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. Pruett. Pastor.
Services: Sunday at 11 a. r. and 720p. m.; Bible
school. 9:45 a. m.; Junior B. Y. P. LU.4 o'clock p. m.,
Senior B. Y. P. U.. Friday at 6:30 p. m.; Prayer 5ad
Praise service Wednesday evening at 7:30 p: m.
Everybody welooma.
St. John's Episcopal Church. Rev. If. F. Hyatt
Rector. Services: Sunmaya and Holy days, holy
communion 7 o'cetk a. m. Suodays, I1 a. m. and
7.00 p. m. Fridays.8 p. m. St. Michael's (colored).
Services: uadara. 4 p. m. Friday. 4.30 p. m.
Christian Seieice.-Servicesare held every Sun-
day at 11 o'clock a. n. and Wedansdav evening at
d o'clock p. m., In the front room. eond story. of
the buldins eat oa the poatoffie. This rooam is
alao used as a Christian Science reading room.
and is open daily except Uanday, between the
bear of I0 and 12 o'clock a. m. All are cordially
inviltd.
Chicago is increasing the wages of
its women teachers. New York would
be more likely to do the same if Albany
would keep its hands off. New York
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The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT
JM ILS.CU.UIIS. tu'.wksw.

PIISLISHED EVURY FRIDAY MORN 1140

Onweedm'~ a Sea'Clow Matter Manh 31. 19W at
the Post Offics at Tal~hassm.7km-ida. under
Ao at a(Co'vrru of March S& 1I7M

O4~ae in TIephon Buildirw. Corner Adamm and
ClInton Stroet.. Tek'vhone No. 190.

pvlwvirption.SLOG Per Yea. hinAdvance.
4dw'urtising Rato. an A pvliestin.


Tai FLORIUA MACIlU. O00B MEWS 0t TUE ISC LS.
SIn an elaborate editorial, under the Evey public school p in Florida,
caption, "Be Speciec," the half-ibked a5pd their parents or guardians
editor of the Pensacola News calls on will ind cause for rejoleiag ov
the True Democrat to "state who be- tive interest manifested by 8
longs to the machine." Not that this intendent Holloway and A
editor n, eds the information. ieing eral Ellis, both being memr f the
himself, with his "controlled" newspa- State Board of Education. the mat-
peOr a part ot the machine, he is, per- ter of the claim of that against
hap., better calculated to give public the Trustees of the lot, Improve-
information shout it than th outside. Hisde i i mp twenty- cftan aales of pbb-
ly a lie Ii Trustees since





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_--_ ---~------ -- tojm w nlnr l| 8. ai 1..hl
b. Tiree omcrt ** the offcti N*ws'*p i Such is the ordinary Utes Th l t recently given cut by the
eof L cowty. .l ersgemachire newspapers. Attorney-General positively aMerts the
tbcaseaof the True Democrat the unquestionable validity of the claim,
allahassee. Friday, Feb. 21, iff doesn't work. On the contrary, and appeared in full in the last issue of
i- t will give us rare pleasure to state the the True Democrat. Since its promul-
names of the "Big Ikes" of the Florida ration, these officials have made an ex-
political (not Democrat i) machine, aminat on of the official records, from
Mr Whikty adver sr.nts are no/t tedr and to remind the public of a few facts which it conclusively appears that there
&rid inserted in this ncwsia;Pr at any or
murder ary eonditiori or ciYrummtancte Not a connected with its early history and is now justly and legally due, from the
sinle one hasrver appeared_ n ,t. development. Trustees to the State school fund, in
The Key West Citizen greatly The machine had its org in in Duval cold cash, the large sum of MORE
improved since adding a ne nW cad county local politics, years ago. when THAN ONE MILLION DOLLARS !
other equipment. Brrs and Stockton and a few kindred At the next meeting of the Board of
spirits inaugurated a strenuous cam Education, these gentlemen will insist
The great expense of through paign having for its sole purpose the that the Board make a formal and im-
a campaign for election nd doubt shuts capture of the local county offices. The perative demand upon the Trustees for
many a good man out-from election to people of the State, outside of Duval a full and complete statement from the
one of the higher offices, and some county, at first took nly a sort of record, showing the exart amount due,
remedy should be provide against it. amused interest in the local : fair, and to be followed by a'demand for the im-
This week's newspuW contains 16 few dreamed (perhaps its originators mediate settlement of the claim. The
pages of interesting re"ilg matter and d;d not then dream) thit a time would fact is well known that the Trustees


attractive advertisements. Read it come when the pernicious methods of
carefully from the first to thosixteenth the "Three Friends" machine would
page and then go and pvatr,.nie our ad- permeate the entire State. But so it


verieirs. iA i.y wil winuwq -t L-- w Was.
right l-'ncouraged by the success which the
The official call for t h imary Elec- apathy and bad management of the Du-
tion have been publish While it fills val Democrcyv made possible, the half
quite a large lot of spai e will soon victorious Dlival leaders conceived the
give it full publicity, all voters project of attempting to dominate the
should have the privilege of reading political situation throughout the State.
and knowing what all mwquirements by sending contesting delegations from
are. Duval to State conventions, and by en-
Newspaper mpn gene would like couraging revolt against the Democrat-
to see N. W. Storrs. of tI DeFuniak ic leaders in other counties
Breeze, elected as a m4 of the Partial success in this nefarious
next Legislature. Editor aot times scheme, made possible, as in the case
make good members, and Btber Storrs of Duval county, by the apathy and
has the full qualifcatioa. bad ranapeR ent of the Democrats, en-
rali' i t W,, pr abled the schemers to gain a foothold
General Albert Wh Gil t fore- in the State politics, the sole purpose
entd as South Florda for of their efforts being to secure abso-
Governor, but that does wt mMn that lute control of the State Democratic
he will be Governor of 6 Flori if o tion
be should be elected. Itthe n Horgansaw well theion h succeeded i
at Tallahassee that Gilchrist How well they ha: succeeded is no
bas tn eye on. Ys., must get feret. But their most pronounced
his other eye on the q ef Tallahae victory developed when they discovered
see to help him occupy mano and made mwe of the peculiar character-
isties of Williem Sherman Jennings.
Who'll be qoeen of -prmar-i Chest HoB. Pred. T. Myers cut of
ies ?-Times-Union. t's eiWy, the .ominatioe for the Governorship by
let the Gallant Albert cIme the ae of their favorite weapons, they
up and select the queen f3 put Jenhninrgs a position where he,
her of pretty as smart with the advice and assistance of his
girls, and then mrke her g manipulators, has been ens bld to corn-
while he succeeds Governor mit minor damage and injury to the
in occupyirg the mansion. D""met D oeney of Florikl, and to the ma-
krow, bachelor as he is now, he iDeMJ trial interests of the State, than can
have a oueen to help him give be undore n smoother generation
dignity to uti! The adolescent editor of the Pensa-
The. Tallahassee True cole News pretends to wonder vhy the
thinks in Hon. Fred T. Mye aeel O ld not elect Jennings to the
govu..m.. no "machine" politics U. I. Senate. when it sacceded in
be in existence. We are of the "a leeth Brmward in the onme primary.
opinion.-Madison Recorder. And tM answer is easy. Neither Jennings
are thousands of Florida's best no Broward was elected. But by "let-
crsts who are still of that same otin po at the most critical period of
but Hon. Fred T. Myers cannot the campaign, the opposition failed to
into the kind of scramble that eotest ard diadroe the machine meth-


days forced upon pil candidates torlb
positions, besides the great coat It
would entail and the. sacrifice his
prosperous law practice.
Our personal Iriend, Hon. Jef
M. Larrar, wassmng risp Tellsh
frierds, Wirnedey a rd Tlu tida
made the Tn.e Democrat a p
visit. He is traveling the State
Inte et of hbis broiler's es rd
U e U. S. &nate, and BsY Heon a
Bailky Lamar's char ces grow
aid blighter tevry day, ard Am-
hbes data in his converam with
ftitird to carry conviction it.
Mr. I trrsr Ft r just s do" Alt-
ltrt W Glichrist, clenofnsom hJpsl1.
tics, and that alone will be vfr
Let Lelrers 4.
It is cuet olii I s I'n or.
Browapd. as soon ss his term
%ill ber tre a South Florida
wih a view to o 0posirg Senat
lfero in the nxtfem n tonal
I ut the Iover. or will have tI
this section longer than *b l
nreognized as a South
Tin is News.
hi )e rtkes at, e rd a formd -
bas a governor, Scuth Florida, d P o
Plad to "rewopn'e" him as
wil out requiring ary priot
idtnce theie. Tha'as what
re ds-m.'re fosrers and best
P. ascols Journal.
If you will reid isa temnpe
again, so will be obigd t
hO wanot unohb urkins,"
fsise rT d fit lorbl0 e gls hit
pot y to tat being a facet.
w1 i ke *a better tu meto
giorw, howeer, iW the


od& povernWr the Broward campaign.
But all these things are almost too
well knomn to need repeating. The
sequel to them is that the machine has
won the control of the Democratic or-
Ipnisation. It dominates the State
rowmittee. Its leaders dominate the
perty as a monarch dominates his sub-
Serts. Pssion. earelewsnem, ignorance
of the fatst ard ot the characteristics
of teoar who manipulate the machine,
rd'fferenee to the inevitable conse-
quere s of aoh a rolicy-all thewe, and
more eoeWfitte the fault of the Demo-
erate peep of Pera, a. who have thus
pemrkted a Ittle Iseal clique of Duval
isielamms to ekpe the political com-
plWais of the tire State.
But we wuwt besten on to give our
Pemaw a eep mterr-y tte NAMES.
fre they ar: e terkton, Barrs, Jen'
pab Flet*er. Crom. Broward, Bsrr.
and we wrght IN emskidrable spaee
imeriirrbr P ef i* "e ualkr fry."
ht it is not steM aeeseary, for Bm*t>
of theb are wll nown to Fledlisms.
Thew there asO me Ipbe-tono" bhde-
kaWr ealet tlihkr, who we believe
svr dam sa wweer ag esl aets.but aes
I" Iyft tdy l ttl".eoeppeIn aman.
ag' P pubs a si at Bsard meetings.
ote.. but sh e eth a snd er rrag
fit s= feaa T Kayse od tw n ada
godanad On 1 .Deoarlt
weAIste0or f w. t t, t aslsW
Ia-W Ir aM U--.- w yw

are ea B. ClaW IMWDe d se011
t am;es; Ha. W. V. Knew, trUs.46.


have been expending larve sums of
money, the proceeds of sales of land.
in the Broward drainage scheme, and
it will probably transpire that the Trus-
tees will be utterly unable to make
good, at once, more than a small part
of the enrI'-" sum due; but that fact
will not prevent them from immediately
suspending all expenditures of funds
now in their hands, and turning over to
the school fund, as rapidly as possible,
the entire proceeds of all future sales
Should they fail or refuse to make some
such reasonable adjustment of the mat-
ter, it will become the plain duty of the
Board of Education to enforce its rights.
which are the rights of every public
school pupil in the State, by an appeal
to the courts for redress.
State Superintendent Holloway, who
has always given his most assiduous
attention to the advancement of the in-
terests of the schools of the State, and
who has established a reputation as a
wise and faithful sehool official, of which
any man might well feel proud, is being
warmly commended in all sections of
the State for his indefatigable efforts
in this matter, and all of the schools
under his supervision are to be most
heartily congratulated upon the impetus
which the prospect of receiving this
large sum of money will give them; and
the True Democrat's contention, that
the people's money has been, and is
being misapplied as again substantiated
by documentary evidence.

SKEROUSL.- SO DO Wit


Certain self-styled anti-corporation
papers have for some time applied to
other papers, which, they claim, are
corporation-controlled, the ignominious
term "cuckoo." John Collins, of the
True Democrat, has come back at them
with a counter term peculiarly apt and
appropriate, proving that in the coining
of epithets, it is Greek met Greek.
John's word is "pooee-wee." In our boy-
hood days a "pee-wee" was a small
marble-the very smallest of the mar-
ble family, if we remember correctly-
and ordinarily made of the cheapest
substance-clay, if he mistake not.
John has fallen upon a good name-it
id small man indeed, smaller editor,
still, who would try by innuendo and
insinuation, to cast reproach upon a
brother. S.wh conduct only serves to
bring the press itself into disrepute and
make ridiculous those who are engaged
in a lofty and exalted profession. We
with for the good of the cause that such
journalism would ease. -Pladisor. New
Enterprise.
Editor Frank Harrisfirst applied the
"lM-WE:" to them, and it ft so well
we adopt and use it. It goes with just
a little amendment, as it does not apply
to Editor Claud. L'1Egle, he's bigger
than that-be s a Lo, and we play the
Lamb aetl Next wesk we will give you
"The History of the Marble I"
Subscribe to your hom newspaper.


Hon. B. Mcin, commissioner of
agneultur.
New toelose, if ye desire to be
'Muacv" in the f Hlittle thin
we sMeNtisM we wN ake up for yeu a
chbter of it later; we have t"d data
aid ea easily do it
Note -This edittedd aWWi n aOd
t t e eathe t eA..a amada
=o th aity. pes y in


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Not only for rich or fine food
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preparation of plain, substantial,
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THE CITT ELECTION


s the food more
ind wholesome.


GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.


Suesuay was ciiy eiectiuun uy .. Kg Notice is hereby given to whom it
old Tallahassee, and it went off accord- may concern, that as Guardian of the
ing to the election laws, and so quietly, Estates of Nannie Lee More, Harrison
serenely and peacefully that only a few Rose Moore. John Thomas Moore. Ruth
who were reminded to "go and vote" Moore, Jessie Me Moore, and Ephriam
who were reminded to go and vote Moore. infants under the age of twenty-
were present at the polls in the Coun- cne years, I will make application to the
cil Chamber to cast the ballot of the County Judge of Leon county, Florid i,
free and good American citizen, or re- at his office in the Court-house in the
membered that a city election was be City of Ta. ah19assee, ten Monday, March
ing held, there being no factionalism in or as soon thereafter as can be heard,
this city now. be it said, to the good for authority to sell all of the righ
sense and judgment of us all. title and interest of the above nam
'infants, to-wit: Nannie Lee M
There was but one set of candidates Harrison Rosw Moore, John Thoe ma
for all the offices, and all the newly Moore. Ruth Moore, Jessie Mae Moore
elected, from "top to bottom," have and Ephriam Moore, each one having an
served faithfully, satisfactorily and undivided une-flft.-fourth interest
well in city positions before, except and to the following described coa
Hon. Frank B. Winthrop of the new ty. Florida, to-wit:
Council, but he is an extra good young All of Section thirty-four (34). And
citizen, and all feel he will prove to the also all of Section twenty seven (27).
good, as he is very prompt and attent- lying South of the S. A. L. Railway;
good, as he is very prompt and attent- said two named Sections being in Town-
ive in his law practice. ship one north Range one east.
Hon. W. M. McIntosh, Jr, the re- The west half of the northeast quar-
tinng mayor, who has served so many ter. The east half of the north
years faithfully, goes back as a coun- southeast quarter. The northeast quar-
cilman. His admiAstration during the ter of the southwest quarter. And all
last term is very creditable to him, for of the southwest quarter of the south-
he has tried hard to keep the obligation etat quarter, lying north of the St. Au-
he to, k and to uphold and enforce the qutne Road. And all of the southeast
city ordinances. He has met with some north of the St. Augustine Road; all
opposition, but most citizens commend being in Section four (4), in Township
his administration very highly, for his one south, Range one est. And a.Ih
painstaking efficiency. He surely has thwest quarter, and of the northwest
been a terror to violators of the law, quarter of the southwest quarter of said
-and had fined and collected up to De- Section four (4), in Township one out h,
cember, (10 months of his administra- Range one east. asoresas asare not
. 11. included in the following limits, to-wit:
tion) $1,711 00, beside made an excel- Begin at the northwest corner of said
lent record along all lines. Section four (j), and 'her run east four-
Hon. F. C. Gilmore, the new mayor, teen and forth eight one hundredths
has served in that office before and chains, then south to the St. Augustine
made an excellent and most efficientof- St. Augurtine Road, to the wetidr
ricer as mayor.andTallahasseeans know boundary line of said Section four (4),
he will give them an extra good admin- and then north on said Section line to
istration again. He has also served as the place of outhwetinninstqu
a councilman in past years, and his ex- ter: and the west half of the west half
perience in both positions fits him even of the southwest qu rter of the spoth-
better to serve fair and acceptably enat quarter of Section twenty-one (21),
now. One thing we all know he will in Township one south Range one east;
punishw all olaorsfnse my containing eleven hundred and ninety-
punish all violators as the offense ma y five acres, more or less.
justify. Every citizen of this city ELLA t. Moons,
knows the character of the men for the Guardian of the E tats of N nnie
other positions, and all the good things Lee Moore, Harrison Rosa Moore,
"T JJohn ThBomas Moore, Ruth Moore.
said of those above also goes to them. JeTie Mae Moore and Ephriam
Following is a full list of the city of- Moore, Infants.
flials, as they will be this year:
Mayor, Hon. F. C. Gilmore; City We may be wronie. bt In the opitme
Clerk and Treasurer, lion. A. H. Wil- of the Index it has been a lane time
ams; Tax Asseor, Heon. thenr w a sattlemwnet with the
ihama; Tax Assessor, Hon. W. H. counties of the hite of State convieta
Cliancey; Tax Collector, Hon. C. Z. fund. la it all taken up to pay the
Penn; Councilmen, lions. J. D. Cay, W. large number of ima1 t -in RnEe
M. Mldntosh, Jr., A. C. Spiller, F. B e ,e p htiir l sp iesid .elI e ne '
Winthrop, 8. D. Crittenden. Dr. F. to ral () tbe veOrgllades -Lake
Clifton Moor, Geo. W. Saxon, George City Index.
L. Lewis and S. C. Jones The latter A pertinent query, and one too whicb
four being the hold-over member' should not require one to go to the
The old eouecil announced the result State House to bot-l-on, or mosey
of the election, fisbed up what busl. about. Those "geed oeulais" should
neos they had before them and the new publish a full statement of facts about
ly eteted wm sworaInt oe at t. hawve kti s of FlordMa gm-
S m ofVl i a esupelh lot night. sit
weINethe wl I Nrsam Pw vM they dis t? i Sa80
the 1Zta.a for and mA toIte. itemip astaltpenta., will n
t t adcabl all the Ume-taeyo y ew 0 mv11
it, thaebe. .. am -ur_. fll am oto aillb


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e h omtgomery (AI.) Adwrtiaer
Shis retar to Montrmy from
Sl., where be attended the
i Immilgrration aoference,8tate
S missioner of Arulture, J.A.WJil.
kle ka said that key note of the
Sigathering was the exercise of State's
*ights in the selection of immigrants
to their borders. This was expressed
In resolutions introduced by Commis-
owner Wilkason and passed unani-
mousl,.
4 "Another important feature of Mr.
-' WilkWinon'a resolution, which was
Ido was a declaration in favor of
rea state of the South extending a
welcome to the thrifty man of the North
West to the exclusion of the unde-
immagrant from abroad.
Commissioner Wilkinson expresses
pigmation at the action of Goverrior
ward of Florida, at whose invita-
tion the delegates from the different
States went to the conference Mr
Wilkinson said yesterday the action of
the Florida Governor in retiring from
the convention after delivering hio ad-
dress of welcome was severely criti-
cised by the delegates lie does not
ht state to say the delegates were
piqued at whit they called a lack of
hospitality in the Florida Executive,
who did not present himself at the
gat-hering.after the address.
"11- conduct was attributed to a f',ar
of being involved in a political intrigue
i.h Tampa. but the Alabama delegate isS
not inclined to regard the "cold should-
er" as justified by fears of political
feuds, and it seemed to be the opinion
of nearly all delegates present, accord-
ing to Commissioner Wilkinson, th:it
they were not treated as guests should
have been treated.
"'We were addressed by a member
of the Immigration Committee of Con-
irres,' said Mr. Wilkinson yesterday.
'His remarks were not well received,
because he insisted that the South
should lay aside what he called our
peonage practices. or we would not get
any immigrants worth having. It was
the nense of the delegates, so far as I
could find out that if the Southern
States were to handle the immigration
problem successfully, they would exer-
cise their own rights as sovereigns in
choosing the immigrants.
'We were told that the South might
get her share of the million and a
quarter foreign immigrants that come
to our shores annually. We, in our
resolutions, answered this that we
wanted the tide turned through the
Southern ports, so that our agents
could pick out the desirable ar.d not
seek the scum which is left after they
filter through the Eastern inlets.'
*'The other members of the Alabama
nation have also returned from
& 0 hm 110


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MadeB u eaV yeat um.

tlo.ment of the sme to the som
whkih tax been levied.
Total tax for the year 1 ....
APPORTIONMENT.


Ms9.as.4


General Revenue 30.00 ,
Polls .. .1 .30o.oo00
Fine and Forfeiture 3,210.00
Roads and BridV:- N- S.O.U2
Speed a School. Dtrict No. 1. 6,12 .80-0.t4.0
Attest-HENRY T. FL.KEL..
Clerk of Circuit Court. Leon County. Florida.
re" uary 4th 19tW.
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County, Florida.-
In Chancery
E. A. Jones. Complainant, vs. .ula W.. lones, De-
fendant.- Bill for divorce.
IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO AI'PEAR BY
1 the affidavit of thlre('omlaJnant' eoudlcitor that
the resi,lenee of the defendant, Lula W. .orwne. in,
in state olh.r than tlho.state of 'liriin. tio-wit:
rhe State o0f (;eria, in th,, city of t'ort le, in
haid state; that there ih nno per.rm in i I,. State of
Florida. tho ir'rvice of a subli">,naron .'. Im would
hind said deferidanti. andl that the h I.ifendiant in
over the age of twenty-one' ye Iars i is therefore
od(red tPat the d(efendaiit. 1.u!a W .In.r. .be and
she is hereby rt, jiir'i t, iiane'ar to ihe (eimplain-
ant'n bill of .-omplamt in Moiday tI second d<1ay
of March, A 1i I)1. A,t that thi" s.rder we pulb-
lishedl onrie a ,' e 'k for four wi 4'i'.. v'~'w-ks in
"Th,' Weekly Truo I),voir'it." it I l 1'w. icir pjb.-
li.-he l in the Ciit> f Iallihas'i l, I A C .intt I
State( of Florida.
.itiness Henry T F l.l'I. reN f thi, 'rcuit
Courl of IA )rL C'..lit I rit.a, i rni. i h, .eia Iof
siIl court thisn l ti lay of Fobrutro A 1I). i's.
|s.,i. HIIENIY T. FI .KE ..
('I rk (i',rc ll 'I n ('dlAt i 1 l I rl:.
A true copy.
Attest ii %it ys Tr FtKKx :I,
Clerk of id c< nti
Administrator's Notice.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NO-
tire lm hereby riven, that I the iunde'rine.
N. B. Younv.adlmnin~strator of thetuitate of Emma
G. Young, will ipret nt my accounts and vouchers
to the County J.1 dge of Leon County. Florida. and
ask for a final d charge an administrator of maid
estate, six months after the date hereof.
This 7th day of: February, 10iW.
NATHAN B. YOUN(,
Administrator of the estate of Emma G. Young.
50-6m
xzecutor's Notice.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NO-
tice is hafeby giver, that I the undersigned.
Charlk E. Bradley, executor of the estate of Cal-
vin W. Bradley, will present my accounts and
vouchers to the County Judge of Leon county.
Florida, and ask for a final dicharr as executor
of said estate, sl:i -nontna after the date hereof.
Thisethday of January. IsWo.
CHARLES E. BRADI.RY,
Executor of tho estate of Calvin W. Bradley.
late of Spencer, New York. 48-6m
Notkie to Creditors and Legatees.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED-
S" Itsr watee distributa. and to all persons
havl M ellae wr demands against th estate of
John R tlfod. deeassed, late of Lemon county.
Flora to present uch claims or demands to the
underiglned within two year from this date.. oth-
erwise same will be forever debarred.
Tis Id da, of Jauary.9 i1.
IDA B. BRADFORD,
Executrix of Estate eof John R. Bradford.
JaNaary 8. N19-45.8t


I -Attenattl I Attentlem 11
It will be unnecessary for you to go,
thrh a pamful, expensive operation Soovenir Stationery of Florida Fe-
!Lr if you use Mnan. Put up in male College, reduced from 26 cents to
d*lapaible tube with noale, ready to 15 cents. Only a limited supply now
y to the mness and inflammation. on hand. CAPITAL CITY PHARMACY.
r any form ot Piles, price 50c., guar- 50-tf
atNed Sold by Cobb's Drug Store. *3
Print liberal during 1908 ,, .. .... k


4RCSOLVk& D
NEVER TOLD A LIE
SHOULD ALL BE
SUCCESSFUL


Dr. Bell's Advertiseing Entertainments


Have closed at this place.


has moved to Quincy, Fla.


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sale at the Holmes Drug


Store.


THROW AWAY YOUR CRUTCHES.

Dr. Bel. the WonderfUl Healer, ad His Reeweed Florida
Reimdl*.


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T0' ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NO-
tiessis b'e that 1. pundermirned.
W. A. Demlly Adinitrator of the estate of
Barret I. Stay, will present aeeants and
vsehms to the Cnt aJude fLm County.
arida md am for a 'nal di sl dfimini-
,f "m= tat*. ix mm- a rthe date.
Thi M deay of Ostabar. A. D. U
Adbtrew s te estate 4 R.iSMILLY.

In the Chrcuit Court, Semnd Judicial
CImit. LeAM County, Flri4ta.
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THE ThU DEMOCRAT.
i0mi 4 COLLMW. hbishvw.
PUMi8 ED IVEtY F DAY MORNING.

She couldn't drive a nail in straight-
N*t even on a slant,
She couldn't throw a atone or rod
And hit an elephant.
She couldn't saw a board across
And make an angle right.
She wouldn't kill a mouse, although
It bothered her all night.
She wouldn't miss a gosip-feast
For anything you'd pay.


WORDS OP WISDOM.
Under the head, "The Coming Flor-
Ida Team," the Florida Times-UnIgn of
Feb. lit published an editorial Wbioh
should have tb3 earnest conlsderaUon
of every Democratic voter of Florlda,
as It contain suggestions of greatest
moment to the State. Following Is the
editorial in full:
"*ne of our Stage contemporaries
urges, with much reasn and good
senwi. the greater eflciftcy in public
work that might be secured by a due
rbierd to the Ucom ability of ow'
once to di and
t* o' ;" C


jPrmen Db o em l unua nes M ,b
night, as Mr. Georg E. Lewis L
have returned by tEat dat. l
meantime, however, the city of
hsee has no President or
pro ten. of the City Counci.
Are Yours Kidneys Yellf
BrIght's Disease, Diabets,
tsam. Gout, Gravel Dropey. Ind
Uon of the Bladder, Bad Bloo81
Nervous Troubles caused by
Kldo)ya.
The Capital Cy Drg Store ,
well-known dru sts of TaU
know by experience that
will cure all forms of KIdnf -
Nervous Troubles, and will
It Ia all cases,
Can't you afford to try I
risk? It oosts you nothing Ui Oitt
do the work.
sent by mall to say adr P
pV& on receipt of 6 n H
bezes. $.50. Under a post
sate*. Sold only by the
. stas. ,
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It is always in order at tisM
the ysar to state with solenm
that F. '2,ia strawberries are
amd best in the worM. and li l
ular y*r of our Lord they b
own reword It oudeo't bhie
the bar parso tradeead alol
-Tamp W Times.
Worn Out
That's the way yov taI
laws when you have a
* cogh. It's foolltshune to
mon and trust to lack i N
wha BaD ltard's H
-1: thA enoo sad beal
Prie Me. Wa.m
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Thi dist ingatsed gat ofma U .
St. Poseowi to-day, the gut of .0
I Prosw. Mr. Trammel n a Cdi-
da for United states seautor, and bha
ms warm friends on the West Coast.
It the Wst oast d ed the contest
a meKi give U le a an order for
oat one.-m Petersburg In-
t, op at1th.
= chawr Med abolt qagin and do-
died to ren for the United States Sea-
ate= youa y a*eS. or does he In-
tdto s itn d race for Attorney
emewaL mr4do be llghtnlay
c ges these dy. they do for a faue.
Seby Hands
will get Ito mischelof--otte it means
a barn or cut or scald. Apply Bal-
lard's Snow Uniest ust as soonW
as the m0 a Mset happen, sad tia
pain will be relieved while the wound
wl et quickly sad niooly. A sore
umw lr all sprains. RBheuatis and
al po-as.
Prke 2. 2 a, No $1.0l a bottle.
lold by Hlamee-S th O *
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the hard times we have marked every thing
the occasion, We do not claim to sell goods be-
i d, i is not necessary as we have such splendid
S in GRANITE WARE, CHINA of high gade
X' fWARE that is equal in looks to CUT G
all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to
.etiition.
Our 10, 15 and 25c counter cannot be beat for VAL-
UES. On these counters we have assembled the wares
of AMERICA and EUROPE. All goods marked in plain
figures. Don't fail to visit our store if you wish to save
y )money. D DC


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Don't Holler


If You're lit.


She couldn't hear a secret but C ow ny a in
She'd give it all away. bills for the psy U 1
She couldn't hold her tongue an hour, ue Florida trom the nation,
Unless she were asleep. nothing was done because the Sen-
She couldn't skip a bargain sale aasumed to turn down a contract
Where everything was cheap. ade by th- Governor In Tallaihasae,
She couldn't do a lot of things 0'"harm. Mitch'il. Perry and Fleming
That men dan do with ease. differed with Mr. Call, and nothing
She couldn't knock a three-base was done. When harmony was se-
Or shin up lofty trees. cured by the retirement of Cqll, 'he
But she can take a great big mi mrnv came home immediately. Do
Enslave him with a thrill, not these Inc'(d'nts show th' need of
And twist him round her fin and a thorcuth understanding and work-
Remould him at her will. Il- i ,v-r, omrnt between Washington
-Somtrvi rnal. and Tallhasswe?
e It "i't now all i% harmony In Wash-
Popular Marcus Endel of esville ineton. and we believe there is no dp
Popentu rla Ma s indall thi di satisfaction among us with the ren-
week. i ro-entativs there or their work. But
Dr. Thomas N. Evans, D st, office will b hampered and troubl-'d.
Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dntist, officeif the State is represented in Talla-
tip stairs, next to telegraph office. hosle bv a ('ovprnor who will noko
Phone No. 257. 23 o t h ,, iq|nrs to disagree with every-
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffe B Browne .n. .-,tt,.m,tfd in Washincton and to
are again at the Arag a visit to discredit, as far as be can. the assump-
points down the E .Coast. Mr. t,., th-" t w.t citni hahind our1 State's
Browne has established uarteis in i icre'd(iltpd ie-m"assad'r's. Wou'd it ba
Jacksonville from which will co duct wiso to nrovidl. deliboratelyv for a re-
his campaign for Gov or.-Timnes- nowal of the dicord- and factional
Union.A strife? Htav'qn l'a"-4d what harmony
Foley's Orino Laxativts a rr'w .,,,,v *.,o(.-,,i.h should we go back to
remedy, an improvement the laxa- the ol'Id "v of kicking backward and
tive of former year, does not 111.,o1 hpir?
gripe or nauseate and peasant to "Our Constitution makes it nec- I
take. It is guaranty ld by all nv ,vto cheoqe a now Governor. In
druggasts. ,rnTnlvl"v, with this law, we should
General Albert W. Gi of Punta find a Governor who will nnt chance
G(ord, is again in the city r a short nr-pent env4itilcns in I hodlon'' to
trip to South Floinda in th terest of len-- cheri h-d preiudlres. There
his candidacy for Governor. The genial hold not be any pulling back nor
General states that his c for be- hniulno outward. If we must have
ig elected are growing each cus-words let's keep them to our-
day, and that letters him of selves, and present a united front to
support are being received every the public. A long pull and a strong
eoetion of the State. Hew be in pull will do much. That is the only
Jacksoville forpossiblya ie, during secret of the Jacksonville sucoiss that
which time he will be a g of the now excites so much comment. Let's
Aragon.-Times-Union. all pu'l together and put Tallahassee
On Wednesday night imembers- shoulder to shoulder with the workers
e-et and hold-overs of Council in Washington. To ido this. study the
amt in the City Hall for tilpo of men who ask for ebrction and have an
in1talng the Mayor-elect il new eye to the general temper as well as
member of theCity omwi rgan- the special ability of tlfr winning
alc n the City Council for easuing horse--ood tam work is desired."-
yar. The old Council w to or- Punta Gordi Herald.
Sbits President, Mr. C. Spiller, Just a little w, wish to add to the
d Clerk read the t of the above-and that in justice to a strand
action of the 18th, and following and rood eld man, who has been out-
members were doe elected : rageously wronged-one who gave the
Newms CaT. Chitt0Iatoes h-st years of his time and near $50,-
eand Wdin F. CG t of hiq monev making the col-
Mayor, A. City lcton of that money, about a million
Olwk. W. H. dollars. oolsib'e. Col. 8 I. Wal's hasa
ad T. Bean Tax Mr. hen d-"-lv^d of his eommlislon.
Gilmere was then Ins aB or. and Floridians are renudiators of that
pod the above named gee ty honest and tust claim, and Florida
OCnrw ilmen. The oldd- has even deal*d him the privilege of
pourned sine die. Alter t letting ur courts decide the justles
tf the old Council the new U was of his claim.
tban called to order, and Mr -^'
W,0h-td Mr. Spiller as Te HamIst
Chi which was duly ad melanchrly. probably cauisd by
arid r. Spilled then st an Inactive liver. A bad liver makes
the first order of bainea wouldI me os and irritable, causes men-
ulction of a Preident.Mr. tal and nhveleal depression and may
Winthrop nomited Mr. '. D. Chi aselt disastrously.
for PrMeidet, and Mr. F. C. Ballard's Herbine Is acknowledged
wonisted Mr. A. C. Spiller for -to be 'the p3rfeot liver regulator.
eat. Ballot was then taken, ad If you're blue and out of sorts. gt
Chittenden received three votes bottle today. A positive we for
Ms. Spider received three votes, uitus headache. Constlpation.
mttnen nominated not voting. hills and ?ever and all liver com-
ballot no oe was elected Plta. Bold by Hardee.lith Co. *
Msd Mr. 8. C. James moved th. p* -
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THCr M eAAI
Taompa, Pi., Ilb. 1908.
Dear Sir: Appela tae mag-
Stde of the prem t Florida State
r. walcn will be on In Tampa until
midnight hour of Saturday, Feb.
St and appreciating to an even great
Or exSin. the generous courtesees be-
Ag a known members of the Florida
press by the president, T. J. L. Brown,
d the Fair directors, I decided this
afternoon to write all editors t of
S lorida this brief letter, asking at
They boost the Fair as much as poal-
ble in the week's issue of their papers.
I thought the Fair of 1906 a magalfA-
Sc~cent ome, but the Fair now on Is in-
a. better, and I wish every citl-
,Florida would attend and- see
magnificent array of Florida prod-
S" displayed in the various exhibition

The amusement attractions are of a
Higher character than any I have ever
seen; in fact, I am astonisbtrd at the
lilb3rality of the Fair Association in se-
curing these attractions. Thousands
of dollars have been spent on this
week's feature alone, and although
the attendance gives promle of being
immense, I do not see how the Fair
Association can even secure an
amount sufficient to cover expenses.
The Fair is a great success in every
particular, and every newspaper in
Florida should urge its readers to at-
tend. Please help the cause along this
week by publishing a good story about
the Fair, mentioning the product ex-
hibits, the magnificent horse racing,
the great special circus and hippo-
drome, and other attractions; also the
fact that all visitors ars being cared
for In tne most satisfactory manner.
You may publish this letter If you
see fit, for I feel it my duty to aid the
fair movement In every way possible.
particularly as I have been on the
-. ground since the opening day, having
brought an exhibit from Columbia
County. and am therefore in position
to appreciate the great wora done by
President Brown and his associates
in behalf of the State.
Yours very truy,
T. J. APPLEYARD.
S.ecr'tary Florida Press Association.
P. 8.-Don't fail to say something
good about the Fair in this week's
Issue of your paper, for in every feat-
ure It Is one that Florida should be
proud of. If you haven't time to
write an article, you may publish this
letter.

The abov'a came to us while we
were In bed, where we have been with
la grippe for several days. We just
worked perslsbtntly to have good old
n have a good exhibit at the Tam-
Fair and the Jacksonville Mid-
nter Exposition, but in that we
failed, and Leon is a big loser by it
Now let every Leon Countlan who can
so visit both. Had we not been
'down and out." w3 would have surely
been there last Saturday, and we hope
to visit the Fair Just as soon as we are
able to do so.

AT HIS BEST.
Thor3 privileged last night to hear
enforced in Carnegie Hall the old
lesson that "Thou shalt not steal" may
long remember the experience. It is
something to have hear Mr. Bryan at
his best.
The World har had occasion to re-
buke Mr. Brvan for the recklessness
with whiclf he advocates one violent
political innovation after another, and
it Is no convert to the counsel of de-
spair that the Democracy Is foreor-
dained to a third defeat with him, and
that it might as well make up its mind
to the inevitable.
But when Mr. Bryan assails Inequity
in taxation as "merely a form of lar-
ceny;" when he rebukes franchise-
enjoying corporations for unwilling-
ness to pay taxes upon the privilges
which enrich them; when he returns
to the Jeffersonian principle that tax-
ation should not be "collected in pro-
portion to consumption." but in pro-
portion to possessions; when he de-
nounces unregulated monopoly; when
he demands an income tax, as the
World did In Its first Issue under the
present management, on May 11. 1883.
and has since continued t., do-then
the World cordially endorses his stand
dnd calls upon Democrats to consider
how they may put thb3se principles lu

practice by courting not defeat but
S vitoory.
Particularly pertinent is Mr. Bryaas'
i assault upon stook-gambling, delivered
f at a time when in this city alone fit-


A teen banks with many branches have
closed their doors. locking up nearly
r00.W0,000 of deposits, because of
gambling with trust funds by falthless

Upon this grave national evil the
Presedeot has strongly spoken In his
special message, and Mr. Bryan now
ad s his powerful voice. There Is no
polities In the iume. The people
should demandd that so far as the law
can aconplish "t great reform,
stoek-gambling shall be stopped.-
New York World.

SREvry Heur of the Day
The Capital City Dru tore, the
r relfable diu lt of Tad daeee, a
Bb~ SM0IB i1hINDW thp, new
Novo OW" Vis Cam
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The Te t auTrim W
anouncnmmesl today waltkc W4
leaves, will be recAved with
pleasure by the people of HiUllsbro
unuuy-Protf. L W. uchhols has dwe
olded to return to Tampa to resume
his residence here. and, will becom-3 a
candidate for County Superintendent
of Public Instruction.
Professor Buchhols arrived from
Tallahassee this morning. On his pre-
vious trip here several weaks ago he
was urged to become a candidate for
County, Superintendent, but was not
ready at that time to give a decisive
answer. His friends have continued
to urge him, however, and his purpose
In visiting Tampa at this time was to
answer tnese friends. He called &
the Timed office and was pressed tr.
make a positive statement.
"Well, I have received such strong
assurances of support from so many
of my old friends here that I feel
greatly encouraged. You may say, it
you please, that I will make the race.
This is th-' first time that I have made
a positive declaration, but you may an-
nounce me as a candidate."
It is not necessary to speak of the
qualifications of Professor Buchholz
to the people of Hillsboro County.
As an educator, no man in Florida has
greater ability or is held in higher
esteem. And his reputation is not
confined to Florida, but is widespread.
When formerly Superintendent of this
county he did excellent work, and
when he withdrew from the position
It was felt that his loss was no less
than a calamity to th'- educational in-
terests of the county.
So far, no other citizen has an-
nounced for the. position, but the
Times feels safe in predicting the
nomination and election of Professor
Buchholz-no matter who may oppose
him.-Tampa Times.

DE MILLY-VINCENT.
A very quiet but pretty home wed-
ding took place at the handsome resi-
dence of the bride's cousin. Mrs. R.
L. Eaton, on th', evening of Wednes-
day at 6 o'clock, when Miss Marrur-r
Ite DeMilly and Mr. William Wilbur
Vincent were united In marriage, Rev.
W. J. Moody performing the ceremony.
The date for the wedding was changed
owing to tlhb serious illness of Dr. G.
C. Vincent, father of the groom, at
the St. Elmo Hotel, and none but rel-
atives and a very few Intimate friend'
were present. A large church wedding
at Tallabasse). the home of the bride
and a tour of South Florida had ben
planned, but this was necessarily
given up, and the happy couple will
make their home at the St. Elmo Hotel
for the present. The bride, who is a
petite and graceful blonde, wore an
exquisitely girlish gown of white chif-
fon built over white silk and elabor-
stely trimmed with tucks, cluny lace
and medallions of Irish point, with
white satin girdle and sash, and she
carried a bouquet of narcissus. She is
a very pretty and charming young girl,
and though her honvm Is In Tallahas-
see. she Is very well known and adl
mired here.
The groom Is from Punta Gorda,
and has been in this city only a few
months, but is a young man of fine
nddress and affable manners, which
will fit him to be tlh3 traveling renre-
tentative of the Monticello Drug
Company, which position he has re-
rently accepted. The News joins with
their scores of friends here and elu3-
where to wish them much happiness.
Those who came to the wedding from
Tallahassee were Mrs. John Collins
Mrs. Prank Woodward, Miss Mildred
Woodward, Mr. Taylor Collins, and
Mr. John DeMllly.-Monticello News.

A Night Alarm.
Worse than an alarm of Afire at
night is the metallic cough of croup
hrlnring dread to the household.
Careful mothers keep Foley's Hon'y
'nd Tar nto the house and give it at
the first stign of danger. Foley's
Honey and Tar has saved many little
lives and It is the only safe prepare
tion for children as it contains no
harmful drugs. Sold by all drug-
gists. *

WHAT ONE MAN DID.
Visitors to the Tampa Fair should
stop at the homely exhibit from Lake
City. There is no attempt at elabora-
tion. It is simply a plain exposition
of the products of the soil in sad about
Lake City. T omas Appleyard, the
*3dltor of the Lake City Index, con-


celved the exHibit, and single-handed.
gathered the stuff together. He says
it is a farmer's layout, and in an old
suit, smoking a pipe of cob, Tom Ap-
pleyard stands ready to show you the
corn, the oats, the sw3et potatoes, the
cotton, peanuts, hamns and sides of
beaon, and cane syrup. And that booth,
by its simplicity, has attracted thou-
sands. He has taken orders for all the
cane syrup and sweet potatoes that
the county can produce. He placed
Columbia County on the map.
It o03 man could do that. what could
ten men or a hundred men do?
We trust St. Petersbur wll have
Its mid-winter fair next year at a datl
not In eonmttct with' the 8tat* Fair
date and that we will baYv a lemOn
exhibition at the tah lar.--81 P-
tersburg Independent

Simple Remedy for Learlee.
La rMoe couh mare dangerous as
ey frwueuntly 'd411o1 Into ItP*
U we. iot HoNey and 'Tar n*
so 8ne tiat on


---Jr.
r. Albert Mc1 went over Into I te "Cirut Court, Seud Juical tal
21113 County onlast Thursday to Crcuit, Leon Vouty Fiends-lu Ste
dson, W. Collins Wood Cmrny. v
as very ick at the home A~m ieafne Comnpa, '*r -
ot Mr. Henter Woodberry,. m Lv. LJ,.h laTrul Md.I0" I
nest t Mst.
Mrs vey, who expected to go JT HAVING B RN MADR TO APPEAR BY d
with as not sufficiently recov.- a ter tie ove named pAInt- res a
ered froU r late llhas3, and did not ienm Jam my iWt thlt Defendant, M
accompaan.himi. inm cems ny. M a ees' b dent of fe
It becamon our sad duty -to write 'A. useU -'**th eW s i:
admit att1heKWiadm*I Great Dritainaend fre- o j
that Mr. C. Woodberry died on Thurs sad. &d A i. "rh threin a.
duy at 3 p. m. Colll as an indus. akUowas ; i*Wrt rs.
trious, energetic, lIstiian boy, se : a td
and if he had livelyI have made dt*r tha
his mark. We ext t ouar sympathy 'h *L 8ta
to the bereaved family, and friends of t". ether tiw S Nor
the deceased. We trust It is well with -wit: a m the ofa dealdn
the young man. tus hetotadmiat, rua tJte
Farmers In this vicinity have begun .sident ofa stether UtheMI tateed
to plant cane and sow more oats. -wit: ra sidentetf tUseStabef T-,enessa
New 4w3lling houses continue to be ,at its mdens, e i N3eenvai, Teansie ;the
erected in the neighborhood. artnm u A thaem saof Da & Labey,
Mr. G. B. Strickland is setting up re r.enta of aStateothe than the State
posts, and will soon erect a woven ra, t: residents o the Stateof Lni
wire fence around a portion of his .amuana; that the Defendants. Li enebEll and
farm. erdirand lay. as partners under the firm name
yMay A Wlirs. *err"resient uoi a State other than the,
The road hands were out last Friday a.)'Steo i rudto-wit: ra ide atoftheStats it
on the lamonia and Sunny Hill road t Louwisisia and that their resdence s new Or- nt
patching it up. It was very much Im- an. Louisanas that the Delendant. 0. S. Kul- of
t,.. doi g bua neM *nlder the name of Savannah ll,
proved by their efforts. ,,xlnerware Onpay. isa resident of a St it pu
Mr. 0. T. Brown, Jr., and sister, v18- her thai thet&ovs Flonrda. to-wit: arendent yo
cited friends in the vicinity of linson he State of Georgma. and that his reinice ai wee
ana eo Irg t; vn that the L efenaat fPanaer- t Q,
on last Saturday and Sunday. "n n rucry Coamr y, Limited. a cuioration. ive
Mr. C. E. Dickey and family of Brad- a residentof a btate other than the State of an
fordville visited the folks at Dogwood ..ida, t-wit: a resnidentoa the :mateAii( II Asi- ,
.i. a,,d that al r. tvidece i New oriisa ijimImi- ('u
from Saturday evening till Sunday a; and tihattieaUmelm.*iit..*nhatt-Mus can tr-, I
evening last. r)> company a corpos a..ii, w a rt tient of a (tie
-LC other than the ota(t o I HIor;.., cu-wit : aI ,\
At Bethphage, on last Sunday. there ..derntoi ntaheaof aP.tnlvort.- aid thaita
was preaching by the local minist-r. .aide ce is Ttusvill, kt...y~;t.a, and that C
and Sunday school. A small attend- nerwnouflnoron t lth tateio, 'rntittda thue ,.l- cuil
ance. eof(uaone upon wt.unm wtoutl i.li mn'y n i A
ance. maid named Lje1 bdant; aa: l ti L I he.- ,Aitua.i t
Dr. Strickland has bhen profession- sao nanamied a iendanta aifoat ale aMvvia.,.y
ally attending Mr. T. T. Hall of Sunny tr theassul twenty-ouneyear".
Hill, who Is seriously ill at home. nid D r ondera d tutax t aK of tha nt,ye In
Mrs. Martha Jones of Tallahaswee is >rasid. be and tey art* ivimv, aemoui iNtu. (
visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Sea-. r to the LmanPa.ti.a Ly 1a aicn. .. alt)n
sons. near Bethnhage. at amid uetsedat. Y.mig:, a 1 .uni. ,,y. ,u adrt St.
Ther- is considerable demand for ** hereby required tu.o apir to t wm taompmiai- p
seed oats in this neighborhood. You .t's UOi t t.o aimnt; oil Mouay thue s.ith a
fellows that have 'em, advertise. .y of Apri, .A. i tih;: a ML tie,..Wil4 a in
fe l, thed im "Ihe ~ekl' y 'ri. le ,. ,-.." a T
awspaper publishoo r tithe City co I, ttIA .aJoc, ie
.'om O mtounity, irsida. once a e*t-it lur ntii t )
Medicine That is Medicine. t.iocuuve week as to aw I lot aS Kuto,.loliant j r
h Aian & C<<.l*-. .anid u.aC a wein tor ,ur 41
"I have suffered a good deal with onsecuttve wesla as to aid tor ali of the other
malaria and stomach complaints, but Diiennaents ave ma.un o.
I have now found a remedy that keeps Wtou henry T. ndFJdilel. Cirkutof the Circut th
me well, and that remedy is Electric ot rinda. Leon Cu.ity. akarida. in Cnaticery,. Co
Bitters; a medicine that is medicine andt tbheoalo d sCourt, ttns.jutnday 4. Jaaju-
for stomach and liver troubles, and tA. HN.Y T. VLKLL. ,
for run down conditions." says W. Clerk of theCiruitCuurt.ec,,ndJdus,.a. J "r"- 1
C. Kelstler. of Halliday, Ark. Electric cu. Leon unty, Pr.ai r. ii Luinacery. 1
Bitters purify and -anrich the blood. Attmt-u Sisy T. rar.o. t
tone up the nerves, and Impart vigor Clrk on 0 a court. 40-8t cu
and energy to the weak. Your money bs,
will be refunded if It falls to help In the Circuit Court, Secund Juu.cial *"
you. 50c, at all drug stores. Circuit, Leon Lounity, kioriun..-ltl eo
Cnancery. nor
DOING OUR BEST. Theim rsis Honme Iisurane Cnse taay. aCorpo- Fi
rwr *& rkminueUsa usuer JiS Laws Ui tuA.rg.a,. Cumpas- .a-
We so often hear repeated that mt. a. i. J. Lvn.. irus iL.&. at aL.. L .
"life is just what we make it," and toe"Lakt Oo
that we are "architects of our own IT HAVING HEEN 4A)E TO AP'EAR BYei it
fate;" that environment do3s not e A w tnm jrte uv e txA 1>.4.M4.1 liv.d at I
count, etc., that we, who feel the bewrsui Jasuaey 4i.. ..;, uism. a.,,Uo .sus,,.a. Eri
weight of the handicap, grow rebel- ~* W r*4stio ia U s, oy.y uui.r umaolu uio KuW
h1iaw at 'hor.d, uto-wit: a ri.sis uS "I In*. sng- VIA
lious and shake our chaintAas evidence ae orM tniia jsauj A sei.,, m, utaf.t .p. t.
of our powerlessness. But in most in- twu~sr mresonm t.,-rc.a to, iaiawn.ais u u
stanoes the saying is applicable to eL-mdadt. warthiun-:3awa..u -otusura4 a,.e ad
suarnos me sayinl ,s So aesoeoi. u.,,i v.. u. each of us, though in different de- a 1rmo04 ari.k P-w-a.: arideulutoLU .o.aseot See
agrees. If we are given so many yards Mmaun.ai tas au rteim un i os. saM .. 4j' *b
of material of a certain texture, we '.n; mttatt me .Lh-..--.sAIn. A. ed. mtUMeI.e tsol LAt
or maAl' o. a ce na leI are, we A .y, a curporuoi. ai r 'A.AiGU. M Puwr i
must face the fact that we must fit ,SaymaPnr.r.w re.&1a1tn aL. tafm aa hai
the pattern to th? goods, the wear to ..teot Ut0ulsra.u & am. uM usLeui.ar A oaM SAtutsi, 01*
the material. ., a.i.a ur ieK u. ,tma.en u rw ums a rs
There Is no use to fret and worry .... n se oj ,'... w-w: a ..m..t um ut
for we can never make a silken gown ** autte i ca Ant M i neM e .s s Nas.- v m
out of a piece of serge, nor a flowing ,G, eM aea,;. tman, ua J,V.ai.. J, i.1. Bs. r e
robe out of a scant pattern. But by '~onuurl *y ,*uo.a re,.,a.o, amLt a, 5e
carful selection and the exercise of u.,wr teasa toe ta "oa ena M.i. w .i.1. i Is .< Ii
a little taste, we cqn make the most thewuorfaat. L..a.,; m, t, m ue...avue se
of the material, and instead of doing L..geiteamamiartva.u.. .aW.oia. ru .srjt,.
honor to the garment, make the ar- .eruthearm tuseenmayi .u... wyr. a uat. ae
ment add to our own aooeptability. reau ne aist eSAs M L S imnn oi r *
Many of us in the attempt may feel trondmiesa u Now a-nesr ii m. ; ss e tee
that we havw made but sorry work l.a imt. ..a. w.s a-, 4 re --s, ma se
cf it; but we should content ourselves a oma VaMna ess r i'ms v e nwa 'r.gel
that we have done the best we could. -a to *a.aN i-m.s eu an
according to our light and we knw ths eiss.i te .ur.t .
that nothing more will be demanded h!,i er* smav7aeza,.tena.mw
of us. If we cannot haye the silk*n tae esame e ..wa: a ndmideae v,
,ttir. we can rake u1 the serge thmese Mmus. and sat t eeseue es
neatly and becominely, and we shall sk !ratSs tMli;n{tus.t ri ) .swrsl ?
know It Is serviceable. at least yaem*, esa am. e tf.a a u' d a|
The purnle and fine lies may fall u.is, .m-w* a iesdetn, We s i e asmi A.
lust beyond our reach, hst the hdend y.,.a;"m a e .,, i ,a ..t"aem. uv m 0
nray may fit Into our ire'mstanc"* o. are -ee -eevs wammmi esem M s
far moni Tavoraby. There nith- ,ed se y me a ,adarnel L e a;
In gained hv trEtting and coCtea* s mk z.r t taed mu
but it we will make the moqt o( what 0.,, gers -
we hAve at hand. we slWl wr-w ,' ,, UntasaM. d6 Mat lM *a Ce es
pew hom hts, and In frpeng ouravu ',a,, smdm, u ,My r(iia w
trom the mlits of the val'e, we shall ., .-r.a ,is **.a,-,..tw~ n- ai'. e,
stedlly climb into the mMthlne of thw ... Ui Se... ms n A. 1. AM, e
hllton. .. t ranm unyain g umnamud m-
And bhw*ver we may cshlb. we .Ma's *m me a a is m : ?t
shall find te sn.me worila and handl- "'AS JL L* 5b.; s, a,, e
cans awsaitin u-nerhan tin a n*w ,... ser .iana, m see cr ies MMM -e,,


sruise, but the ac' 'teh will rPevslthe *u'P~m .'o row".Vm ane a w-- Aw
vram of thee wold. 0nl7 by th pe x- we"&" go tamd SW ma
CIRO, of faith and tii-' 4et1,ruiftlEc5 to &AOdUU' Eq MWasmesad gut Se r
ooreroet. cpn w" ev'l' rach t'he -.O.OA~A*W GV.*,We"&W&AL
wroan pestnrpe for aboM the qung- vComm 'teA.wv 9%.ahmuk Cm tat do Oka*
miro" of diaconent, aU. rsmrAmh&mats -o wdsaaa,.wd. 0 is t &M -"- mj-
T? we hoere emA our beast. w-4 can .i.use -ow e- a&" e ma.&&a d&w atsse,.
do an more, and nn*h111twmor, will be m- &"%"LINfT VEL
,required of us.L-Claini7 UBanner. ~towsVa mmtco% dem"t just o
Vmnwvvthlus tebe n WAt%* *#^ 9sesseA A &Co 6*0.
00;t14 he dlr~etod i ft 1v wiV R NM ga0 GV e
r'arta"', tima When WWm 41 At *n~ nj
#%p fmno4 v,," q bar. .etiskS Bvt hei'.In-rta &@e WUirCi OWl, Mess Jsmisolg
44WOO04.4tak oo ~e I f% ,"I disast- Law com j1, 4 i
mitt that will 4Anhe OpWar*#%a 440TgOie ,q
4n49*00 arO *tt d-liv 41%% beat reM- Stilek LesAmmomAmW Q
04V rImewi testradar 1"anlstvnmaeb tLe Sabler kwd61
Mum" a Leobold, %W*meibWdm &
tn 09W. Pontwomot .elef.It ltA aual A V~dW adaw Odo
44001".t:ntIt 4004 W itswht yn oat IT= @&of tinges. aL rm
it to WtUP1eei0$f" take sad-b WIsellMWhere
by all druwu~ists. 0
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F4 cares 0" Rue effi" w" .s a"g
oot1%OO ofts 'imm's do t'tWisuem eqI Waws UWMWP4.u
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PA thoRi:e S:,C.t 1'ie.Id. te-ct: a ,,sissest al
ate ofTe'li.nimw. man INet IhIII areimuee is&Ab.
it. Toramsp.,.: tlamthw etrajedeat J. A. Dat-
a avd J. J. Labiyo e an 'tom" MuW er k se
Mo. of (Jayriee&a hqmare w fdde'ts of aeState
erT thea the Bate"at.viim6o-WIL nble
the state of Itsealmm. aned tbda' mmis Ott
Now Orlearalme. Lmam doht the Defewndisto
mew N s and Podhimsmd May. as pwtam enam-
rthe firm nsome of Mm & b~b reWlente. Isaat
Itato eth, than the Stat. Ww"tern-wi
ldont. of this State of eIsniana, mOW Ihat think
4dense Is Now Orlkaw, Itgomana thatit uthe D-
delint 0.81L Kut ,aai.duiaig huslnme under the
me atBSavanna h Wooeewairw maii hi a
Adent of 8, Stat.eother tUna the Stafteof at cu
,to-wit: a resident al the Stat. at Ge of a.
sthis residentseis SeusainmakGeorgia. 0
eondant paitrke-1111WAS eryCeesany. limWo
M cWatmtles. his aeesoa state edi
w h tteoft 44%rtda WIL.wWa reeldet ofthe
aeof Lemsiumeened at We maidence in NlW
wans. Ltju~&m'at: s&W thathe Degoidlast~olewa

t:a resident of theSae ad Nawvami,
it. its hieseinis TUetmeve, m-wvni. n
where .is nopgame ImI ofthe Soat ole~ds. thee
of a sobem --upon vhs. yeahbbdt now
the aselnsemed Ddeftudeaitos.a" t0e .b
penneDmaimed as Daefedantas dm mew
ow dee thes atwoeym~e reami
It Uweerew u an do that all .1the ahe
to be amd tharyan wh*reby mir'ue'd to Sw.
w othe C..~a' Ratcmlika
secon0*amd '44WeofMairch.A.D S an
erMndst Kincein &Coo.. yb
a esailred toeappe 'to teCw 0
'atbal Wawan mMonday thme sixth .%y
AjrL MDINSst hat this order he ts ul
l~in oolkyTrite Democriat a newoapep r
uiaiid cty of Tallahassee. Leon Coautiy.
ride, a weekfereeight (a) consecutive
wks as to mid for said Defen-lawm KingAn &
nrpany. sajonce a wee" for four t4) eonsisces
e weeks smtand for all of the other Defetm-
,Ialiove named.
Nht,sms Heniry T. 11elkel. Clerk of the Carcuft
urt of the SectstdJ judicial C'ircuit or the Staft
Florida. L~vm CnAmnty. Florida in Chatncer,.anid
owcal of said Court. this39th day of Januaqy.
1). 190K
tOKA1.] HENRY T. FELKE.I.
Ierx of the Cliv C~our. ilcond Judicsial Civ.-
It IAon CQUntyl i Chancery.
ktrup LieDJ
Attemt-aIKNRY T. FPELKEL
Clert of raw Court. 6-aw

ithe Circuit Court, Sec-ond Judicial
Circuit, Leon County Floridat, in LolAn-
eery.
.raul Fire &A iarine Insuriarce- Conpany. a arUi-
p&ol~t"n und:W laws of Minnotte. Lm. opja,,i-
,t. V a. ]PL.J. ins. 1rttstwe. Cc, et Waf lieu4.
Iat.-
r HAVING Nt MADE TO APPEAR ST
Attkalt avt Ueuee 11. Perkmias, Ati~urnmy-
,tont ior the above runamd Cnpmpaimejat. Ili
rmon Jsaeary 30th. IMS that h~uigan & Corn-
.Y. a emo~rut Itis. a resident oi a eounvy
wor then theu stamtne of Florida to-wit:, a rgmi'e,at
the Kjueudim ofGreat Bitnitan & Inlmnd. ftoi
at its paeDtiuLer residence therein We uriks,,
athea di~dnt. Wertheireer-Swa,
wpr.an uioa-ation. is a resido.,t of i a.sta%
twm than tbeiimate ot Fkwi&-~. to-wjU a naoiu.vit
the State of Ummborl, and that ittm roomdkot. ia
imuts. idiseoun. that the Wefndmat A. AL
#11i.ado CCompany, a oegauatiom. is a feoihasit X
3.atv other than O teato fVhoki, i. *~.t:
rsmaidlent ofthe state of Goorgim. saw tkat is
iodence is Abate,'--g .thathhe9M Dee..Ijs III
irabeniand It, a e~rSA.Was.9It N ma16tmet tepi
a weoathsrW the stat. of bieemda, so-wic a
4,*ntof t~hetate adTprimmomueemat thai. L4
,.auna*e is Nmillivilte. Tenneiecew; that kb. tie.
masLr J. rim s sealJ. J. Lshgy. a me*
irs. nderatrmamm o 1arri~es ~& Laury
aresmeaute Oa S tate other than ltie hit 2a
mida.WV t -wi tr toeutaof the state f"ue.44.
aL, a&d the the w eeden-se is New Oneassi
lIiene tinte Defeadants Xvgme eDiesI'll
irua iamd W. a. peatntersuad# rthe be i&am
may ilk aim &Ve residents of a State eugar LaO4
I*dtaw te f VoleitL. to-wit: resideuato of the bitae
Luuaaaeam, adthat their madeomeeb Niiii,.
-lans, LougW1W that the Defendiant, 0. d.
under the names at, Set.
aemether tas t,.Orismrude. *wi.v oh


i.mw p emp ami spear atmeis aill, a e&
M~S other t-aa itiisietatof *6er &a. .wsif
wams~ tha thpmunis te ta. s id~a. h '
4f a)drC=ay aupe a uonwhortma win d bemalletli
pad" m tanelDeleedante ofandothat the
kvadl of the dage of teoy-isanee ywana.WL
teishaerson in atherudwthat al otesda.oW '
a tOWseed iwedau Ia. .aeetLo"anthGest
M wthe fand wthyare heryeayrsqie a
the Corna iliaent's bilad atemlmo
.the second day at Marelh. A. & Wis,
berebD req4wadIla Kisee W %,0di
Vsm bitijof complaint. eCNN=adep "az
toa~r.A D. -IN* b and-that this meLnasue


4d ~ w *rlmm~ato LL m

ree mae WeUIt
beA wed I ma eeto *,
a1w' Ai .i nbi rv w
with zsmai atum nbueawv a.

WILLIAM 06 AU"S
Amne at T-m L- eeC~. v
uIP"..JO&N i. em440

OwCrdileas &ad Leia&vais.
SesSUY GIVEN TO ALL..A..dD.

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FOR YOU.


How are you going to avoid joining the Cable Co.'s New
Piano Club, when they are offering such great inducement to
club members.
4 Our New Style 5 Cable Piano. we will guarantee to be the equal
of any $400.00 Piano sold in the State of Florida, and our price
is $283.00 cash, or if you are not in a position to pay cash, you
can join the Club by paying $8.00 per month, with interest at
8 per cent. This is a Standard Piano, guaranteed for 10 years.
It has all modern improvements, is full, size, new scale,.and if
you will call at


P. T. Nicholson's Jewelry Store

And examine the sample we have there on exhibition, you will
agree with us that it is the most liberal Piano offer ever made
to the people of Tallahassee.
The reason ihy we can sell a Standard Piano"at the'price
Simply this: We have them manufactured in lots of 100.
Lbey are shipped direct to us in carload lots, at a naturally re-
ed rate.
We cannot sell ONE of these Pianos at the price, but if we
dan get FIVE members to this Club, we will deliver one of these
handsome Instruments to your home, including Stool and
rf to match at the above price.
Everyone is cordially invited to come and try and examine
Piano for themselves, and let us explain the club proposi-
n more fully.


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0. I. S. WATT, State Manager of Cable Club. ]


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