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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: March 6, 1908
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOL. 4.


TALT.T.AARIASSFTF, FLORU


FRIDAY, MARCH


6, 1908.


NO. 2.


KON COMMISSION
iGULARIL MELTING

oeer adm Reply to Same

aLeon couty Board of County
i rs were in regular monthly
e gagon Tuesday, with the full Board
t. The only business of impor-
before them, except routine,were
f reports of the State Convict Inspect-
er, and one from a committee of the
Commission, who did some investigat-
flg, and respectively, both reports
follow:
REPORTS VERBATIM:
Hon. N. B. Broward, Governor,State
of Florida.
Dear Sir:-I beg to herewith submit
my report on county convict camp of
deas', located at Woodville, Florida.
I visited this camp on Feb.18, 1908, and
Sound the following: I found the bed-
to consist of seven small wooden
~bun, with mattresses, blankets and
ilows, no pillow cases or sheets were
furnished at all. The blankets and
mattresses were in a filthy condition.
There were only seven bunks, and sev-
enteen men (the day of my visit) and I
understand at times they have more
prisoners. It was also reported to me
that at times they were compelled to
sleep four in one bunk. The floors of
dining room and sleeping cell were very
dirty and looked as if they had not been
rbbed since built, and it looks as
though it has been some time since it
has been swept, judging from the
amount of loose sand on the floors. I
find one white man in the camp who is
compelled to sleep with his bunk against
the closet, and he is compelled to sleep
here, and this man reported that he had
to sit up one night to keep from sleep-
ing with a negro, and the man made
this statement in the presence ot the
captain, who did not deny it. This
man complains of haviug to smell this
odor all night. The closet being only
an ordinary tub set in the building.
.._ d a considerable bunch of hogs in
S'ade, which were permitted to
buildings in the day time. I
e captain if those hogs stayed
S te time, he replied no that they
only allowed to stay in there in
[ &y time to pick up the scattering
SI toe they are used for
) th po f cleaning up the quarters.
I 'axamfned the buckets in which they
S had their supper, which consisted of a
small quantity of rice, a small piece of
meat and two pieces of corn bread,
which was very poorly cooked. I was
also told by the prisoners that every-
thing they got to eat was cooked in the
afternoon for the next day, so they on-
ly got one warm meal per day. I also
asked them if they ever got any coffee
to drink, the reply was no. and all
seemed very anxious to have coffee for
breakfast in the morning, which I or-
dered the captain to give them, which
he said would be impossible to do for
they always take their breakfast to the
woods in a bucket and eat out there.
they also take their dinner with them,
and only have a small half-gallon tin
bucket to carry their dinner and break-
fast in.
I found confined in this camp a negro
by the name of Verge Smallwood, who
is serving a second sentence. Was first
sentenced for 60 days by John Craig, a
justice of the peace in the northern end
of this county, and while serving this
first sentence he got in a difficulty with
another prisoner, and in the fight with
the other prisoner hit him over the head
with a syrup boltle, and the day he was
Sdischarged, after serving his first sen
tence, Mr. Rhodes had the deputy sher-
iff and the justice of the peace present,
this justice being Mr. Page, of Wood-
ville. Was resentenced for 12 months,
but Mr. Rhodes told the justice that
this was entirely too much and to give
him 6 months, and the Justice then re-
dooed his sentence to months. The
nro claims that he insisted very hard
Sonbeing brought to Tallahaee to be
.ll (Mr. Hedges), but he was refused
privil of coming to Tallabassep
cli. The negi has the appearance of
being a half dt, and I ave every rea-
son to believe they are workig greet
injutice on this nero. Thi ne ro
there is not a man in the camp to-
r- dwhe Iwas there when he was first
sil1 tsdi, and all of the rest of the i


'. ; lm s now in .emp say that when
_q mwent there that this prisoner was f
A It appears to me that they are ,
r mSla life county prisoner out of


s has beretoforealways ig-
dko given by the Supem-
ke been ordeWed to equip
ello according to the rule.
dom All d.of tese oM.
Imdo in te presWnce of
SwMh he reftsed to coo-
admitted was true.'
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WUI Cenasel Aadst e.
House of Repre:etatives, Washington,
D. C., Feb. 21.1908
Mr. John G. Collins, Tallahaesee, Fla.
Dear Sir: I enelosea letter from Hon.
Jam Wilson Secretary of Ariulture
which you wll please publish for the
benefit of your readers. There is some
disposition on the part of the Tobaeco
Department here, not to do as much
work for the tobacco farmers in the
way of instruction, etc., as in past
years. However, the Department can
give such assistance to our tobacco
farmers as they may need. You might
publish this letter also if you deem
proper. With kind regards,
Very trul yours,
W. B. Lamar,
M. C. 3rd District Florida.
Department of Agriculture. Office of
the Secretary, Washington, January
3, 1908.
Hon. W. B. Lamar, House of Repre-
sentatives.
Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge
the receipt of your letter of December
27th, regarding tobacco work in Leon
County.
We expect to continue to assist the
tobacco growers in that county and
have arranged with Mr. George T. Mc-
Neos. formerly with the Department,
and now in the tobacco business in that
section, to cooperate with the Depart-
ment in carrying on experiments, espec-
ially by testing the improved varieties
of tobacco which we have developed by
seed selection and breeding, and by fer-
tilizer experiments, with a view to de-
termine the best and most economical
methods of fertilizing tobacco lands in
that county.
The most important problem in this
connection seems to be the production
of uniform varieties of tobacco, and it
is our plan to adopt, by breeding and
seed selection, our improved varieties
to the local conditions of the soils in
Leon County, and to furnish the grow-
ers with a limited amount of seed of
these varieties, in order that they may
produce more uniform and desirable
types of tobacco. In this connection,
Mr. McNess has agreed to furnish the
growers who are interested in this sub-
ject with such information as to the
methods of handling seed beds, cultiva-
ting and growing tobacco, as they may
desire. We believe this arrangement
will provide the best conditions for the
development of the industry on a sound
basis, and I beg to assure you that we
will be glad to do everything in our
power to further the production of de-
sirable wrapper tobaccos in this section.
Very respectfully,
James Wilson,
Secretary.
Dr. Lincoln Halley.
"Almost every observant newspaper
editor in the state of Florida has doubt-
less recognized the fact that one of the
truly remarkable men of Florida is Dr.
Lincoln Hulley, President of Stetson
University. A great responsibility rests
upon him, and he is carrying it in the
most admirable manner. Details of op-
posing circumstances that confront him-
and of his successful efforts to discharge
his duties, are familiar to newspaper
people who refrain from discussing
them for the simple reason that it w
"none of their business;" nevertheless,
they cannot help admiring and sympa-
thizing with the man who devotes him-
self so earnestly unceasingly and un-
wearingly to his great work. Editor
Jordan, Punta Gorda Herald.
Miss Maude Hayes, of Montevalee,
Alabama is spending Saturday, Sun-
day and Monday with her friend, Miss
Sarah Cline, at the State College for
Women.
Huyler's in fancy packages at Holmes
Drug Co. 43

Rhodes, located near Woodville, Leon
county Fia. We visited this camp on
the 2nd day of March, 1908, and found
the following conditions to exist:
lst:-We found the buildings in good
condition, and room sufficient to accom-
odate from 15 to 20 prisoners. The
grounds and surroundings well kept and
in sanitary condition.
The buli contains 11 bunks, Well
supplied w bedding, consistingc of
mattresses, blankets, colored sheet and
pillow cases on pillows and five extra
mattresses, all of which we found to be
reasonably clean.
We found a closet in the building so
arranged as to use with a tub under the
building, which tub is removed each


morning and placed at night We also
found lime in this clowet, which ia used
each day as a disinfectant
We found eight prisoners in stockade,
all of whom we questioned to thur
treatment. Al aare one, and jut here I
we will state tat t hisne wnasdeleat
mentally, claimed that they wwe we
treated and cared for. Al looked hearty I
wUl clothed and in good waking con-
We arminmed the bucket la which
they had their dinner. Tb bcket
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tioesns of th churches aant them.
Thy ought not to be tolerated in a
Chritian lad and yet when we enter
thee acred edioem and bear the am-
bmeadors of the "Man of Sorrow"
preach on the little sine and frivoltie
of sodety, the great crime of bridge
w t ad giving i at the inoent
functio of our ty women, we feel
rmoet betUUat.e t
The la t d at ofthe Tallahanse Sun
rave n account of two print% young
Bm, member of the inter aty.I
MW raphial mI- thrown md out
i Wrp oym&, w ii and
n doing banded aa raind an
tried to beat their way to the a towwa.
won off the trainO te eo-
teoe e t to hae e pan- I
inset eMogghvet in adadu& tothis I


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These Unles Prnaters Are ew With
the Tree DemoeaLt
The two union printers, young men of
high order, came immediately to this
office and have been employed here
since they were released from the Olus-
tee camp, about three weeks ago. We
have employed and worked ourself with
union printers for more than thirty
years-near forty, and in all that time
have never had better, considered from
every view point, both being morally
clean, honest, faithful, quiet, polite,
and attentive to their duties. This
treatment was a terrible outrage, com-
mitted in sunny Florida, United States
of America and furnishes an ABUNDANT
PRoor that things are radically wrong
and disgraceful, and that Floridians can
find plenty to criticize; yes, .and hang
their head in shame over. The True
Democrat does not criticize affairs for
personal reasons, or in a venomous
spirit. Citizens of Florida open your
own ears aad eyes, and investigate
some for yourselves, and you will find
our position on these public matters,
most times, if not always, based on
facts. There is a machine within a ma-
chine, in this state; a wheel within a
a wheel, or as it were, a ring within in
ring; and it is not working to the gen-
eral interest of the people of Florida.
Read the following from the Ocala
Banner:
POVERTY, PANICS, TRAMPS.
A recent issue of the Times-Dispatch
of Richmond, Va., contained the fol-
lowing item:
"Besought from without by innumer-
able petitions for help and hard pressed
from within by the condition resulting
from a nearly exhausted supply of
funds, the Associated Charities finds
itself grappling with a situation that is
almost beyond its powers. An empty-
handed throng comes daily to the doors
of the mission, often bringing with
them empty baskets that speak more
eloquently than words of the want in
the home from which they come.
Proud men are humbled by unpaid rents
and hungry mouths."
And so the story runs, not only in
Richmond, but in nearly every com-
munity throughout the United States.
We saw a sight in Ocala the other
day that was shocking to our moral
sensibilities. We saw a gang of men
file by us-enough almost to fill a car
-in handcuffs. Thirteen of this gang
were strong, stalwart white men.
What was their crime? We repeat it
in sorrow. It was the misfortune of
being poor!
In the language of the ste*jtes of
this state, .nade and provided for in
such cases, thee men had "no visible
means of support."
We are toid, and it is a fact, that the
wheels of factories in our larger com-
mercial centers no longer revolve. Lum-
ber mills in our own midst are closed
down. Turpentine farms have been
largely curtailed. Railroads, owing to
a lack of business, have discharged
many of their employes. Thousands
and thousands of men, suddenly and
without notice, have been thrown out
of employment, and yet with strong
arms and stalwart frames and a will-
ingness to work, as was shown before
the panic, they are now arrested as
criminals and sent to the chain gang
and turpehtine farms to labor as slaves.
Isn't our very civilization a hollow
mockery? Isn't our treatment of the
unfortunate- those who are victims of
untoward conditions a travesty on
justice? Isnft our statute dealing with
these unfortunate people a very night-
mare of ignorance and cupidity.
Every four year. a lot of machine
politicians visit us and tell us of their
love of the "common people," of their
devotion and love for the "poor man,"
and after being clothed with the insig-
nia of high office hasten away to the
eat of government and enact laws that
make poverty a crime!
We do not profees to be a ailnt We
feel unworthy and unfit to pretend to
follow in the footsteps of the "Man of
Gallilee," but we confess that ight.s
like those we so frequently ee chil us
to our very marrow bones, and it eem
to s are enough to make the heart of
le sympathetic peron weep blood.
should arouse the thundering mtlodic-


sleeping four and five on a bed, and the
remainder on the fioor, Thi continued
for several days, the number finally be- I
ing reduced to nte to seventeen tooccupy four
beds. The"e young men make no somw
plaint of punishment on themselves, bat
were witness of most brutal whip-
Mc But" continuethesad storI
It akes one'a blood run cold.
This, be it remembered, i in a land
nominally Guppoed to be free, in the N
twentieth century, almost within the
shadow of church and schools af 1
mniversitie, and near the so-un eg I
prm presses.
owo aee these travestles on our
Christianit and civilisation to continue
W s Idon't the good men of the OM
trdeclare in there mae and mea?
sed declare that these shall ceaa?


Kn. Ga=ble ae aln.
i On Tuesday a | H
Gamble 1- f
they might beco-n
Rev. Dr. Ni who i tenpmraily
charge of St. john's Eiscopal Church,
in this city.
The lovely weather of Tuesday per-
mitted the presence of a large attend-
ance at the reception, and Mrs. Gam-
ble's handsome parlors were filled with
a social crowd, who spent a delightful
hour of chat over their tea-cups.
In the front parlor, Mrs. Gamble, as-
sisted by Mrs. Hayden, Miss Anna
Chaires and the guest of honor, Dr.
Niles, received her guests. After a
few moments of conversation with their
hostess, and of greeting to Dr. Niles,
the callers were passed on to the care
of the ladies whose business it was to
see that everybody was refreshed with
dainties from the tea tables.
These were placed in alcove at the
back of the parlors, and adorned with
exquisite flowers, and spread with de-
licious refreshments of chicken and ham
sandwiches, cakes, tea, both hot and
cold, and het chocolate.
It was very gratifying to note the
presence of an unusual percentage of
gentlemen, as, ordinarily, the lordly sex
in Tallahassee is chary of lending its
presence to such a "frivolous" gather-
ing as an afternoon tea. Among the
most prominent of these guests were
Governor Broward, ex-Governor Blox-
ham, Captain R. E. Rose Professor J.
C. Calhoun, Dr. S. E. Tucker and Judge
B. A. Meginniss.
A George Cohan Song.
Everybody knows George Cohan. He's
the man that made "Little Johnny
Jones" famous. Little Johnny Jones,
with his rollicking songs. Well, he has
others that are better. Next Sunday's
New York World will contain the
words and music of a popular George
Cohan song from his new play "Fifty
Miles From Boston." Simply great.
Everybody will want it.
miss Hayes Will Give Reading.
Miss Maude Hays. occupying the
chair of oratory at Montevaleo, Ala.,
will give a reading at the State College
for Women, March 9th at 8 p.m. Misa
Hayes is just returning from a week's
engagement at DeFumak Springs Cha-
taugua, and the Tallahassee public is
extremely fortunate to have this oppor-
tunity of hearing so gifted a reader.
Price of tickets, 50 cents. 2
Free to O0r Subscribers.
We will be glad to have every reader
of our paper take advantage of the fol-
lowing offer: If you will send your
name and address to the Pineule Medi-
cine Co., 389 LaSalleAve., Chicago, Ill.,
they will promptly mail you postpaid a
full week s trial of their most excellent
preparation.
"Pineules." The preparation is put
up in little gelatin globules, easy and
pleasant to take and are truly remark-
able in their quick effects on all Back
Ache, Lame Back. Rheumatism and all
Kidney and Bladder effections. In
waiting them it will be necessary to
mention this paper. Please doso. We
-hope any of our readers, who are suf-
fering from any such complaints will
take advantage of this offer at once, as
we know the preparation is most highly
recommended.
LOST-A Gold Daguerreotype Lock-
et, size of a lady's Watch, containing
on either side a picture of a young girl.
It had a chain attached. If finder will
leave same at any of the jewelry stores
reward will be paid for it.
2-2t M. L. SNIPES.
Print liberal during 1908

they were tried before one of our mag-
istrates, were declared malefactors and
were sent to a turpentine camp near
Lake City to serve out a sentence of
thirty days. In a sworn statement
these young men avow that during the
entire time of their confinement their
food for each meal was a piece of corn.
bread, half-cooked, and a piece of salt
pork. These, they swear, were their
regular rations for every meal for a
period of thirty-two days, which asecord-
nmgto the men who run the convict
camps are required to make a month
They say they could obtain no clean
clothing nor could they bathe during the
period'of their confinement. The sleep-
ing quarters were equipped with filthy
mattresses and blankets. Twenty-seven
prisoners were crowded into one room.


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a half million dollar fire
rom 9 until after the noon
out fifty-five acres of val-
. Three hundred and
I in Yarbor City werede-
ea and a half city
In ashea.
district included four
11 cigar fatorie and
Saanlooc, bo20-
NOa 2O dwelings
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Privileges to None.


GOV. BROWARD'S
PARDON OF DUNCAN

b*e onticelle News' Opialen of the
|eMatter.
uhcan, a negro tie camp boss,
and l11 McDonald and Douglass
Smith, 'lso negroes, were convicted in
the fallterm of the Jefferson county
circuit aburt in 1905 of being accessories
after the act in the case of Caesar
Givens, csted of murdering another
negro name Illivan. Duncan, known
as "Joe D k," had previously es-
caped conviea on serious charges on
technicalities ly urged by eminent
counsel. He ith several others*-
among them the above named McDon-
ald and Smith-had held up two depu-
ties, Mark Ulmer and J. M. Reynolds,
with pistols and .urderous threats, and
relieved them of negro whom they
held in custody. warrant for the
negro being im rly signed they
failed of convict nn the ge of in-
terfering with oeeers in the discharge
of their duties. This gang of negro
ruflans, gathered from far and near,
by their lawless and drunken ca-
rousals had earned a bad name in the
Lloyd neighborhood. Three of them,
including their leader, "Joe Dunk,"
were finally convicted as before stated.
The case was appealed and the verdict
of the lower cort sustained. Soon af-
ter they began to serve their sentence
of five years hard labor efforts were
made to secure ardone. The News and
other forces laered to prevent.pardons
being granted.&
A few weeks ago the board granted
a pardon to Jo Duncan. A represent-
ative of the News making inquiry at
Tallahassee reports that Hon. T. L.
Clark, of Monticello. while not appear-
ing personally before the board had seen
the Governor and several members of
the board, and made a strong plea ver-
bally and in writing for the prisoner's
release. This activity on the part of
Mr. Clark is not to be criticized, since
he was the negro's attorney, and bound,
while he remained such, to do his best to
get him free.
All the evidence offered to get this
pardon was an aldavit made by Caesar
Givens, who swes that he lied when
he testified that Duncan was a par-
to has murder of van. There was
no petition of but the follow-
ing names of the guards appear:
J. Parrish, f. Miller, yard-
man; D. C. A, J. Leitner, W.J.
Wheeler, D. ery, J. T. Vining,
guards; J. T. elwhite, S. G. Par-
ramore, d # ers.
Here we e an eminent attorney
backed by the statement of a convicted
murderer ad self confessed perjurer,
together with the names of a few con-
vict camp attaches, obtaining a nullifi-
cation of 1 jury's verdict secured at
great expee to the tax-payers of Jef-
fer yen y.
Noteo what was done to prevent
this outrfte on legal procedure. The
editor ethe News went in person to
the rnor's office, left with the
Go secretary a brief statement
of the and asked an opportunity
to be before action should be
take, governor Broward's return
the two personal letters to
the king him not to act in
this caw out giving citizens of this
county dance to be heard. Other
eitisemas ote also to the Governor
making same request. With an ab-
solute d igard of these urgent re-
quea th negro was set free without
any opptunity being given for the
fact. i iln case to be brought out.
The Ne has paid little attention to
the wild lamentations of other news-
paper eacerning the wholesale par-
elfng oat of pardons by the board,sup-
pi ng be inspired by political
animoity. news now sees the
matter me, and tenders its
apologies to N nged contemporar-
The New been a supporter of
the admin h's policies-without
partisan .M? prejudice, and there-
fmore emanMt t used of prejudice in
It is the e ion of the News that
something d be done by the next
lefislatase i clip the wings of this
bench at rie


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W. C. M eosag: MRS. T. M. SHACKLEFORD EN- Mr. A. Wa'sk1 Toacco. Lanari on the Gulf.
The regular meeting of the TERTAINS IN'HONOR OF MRS. There are probably comparatively the G. F. A. way, whoneral Aent of
Woman's Chris Union COOK. few of our people who have visited the rom Lark, tells us tt Co. J. P.
will be held on afternoon at 3 .. .. .. large tobacco packing house and cigar Wilia, President of the roadt C J.who is
o'clock at the homrn M o Arthur Mrs. Shakleord received her friends factory of Mr. A. Wahnish down near Wllam res the road, whoas
Zachary. This is the for an-.yesterday afternoon in honor of her the Seaboard depot, and yet it is a very erefor h health, whih ridl
nual election, so let all mem bers be guest, Mrs. Cook, of Kentucky. interesting place to explore. About recuperating has planned to rebuild the
present and remember bringthis The Shackleford residence is one of 150 menand women arek et bus Lanark Hotel-recently destroyed by
prduesent and remembethose large old-time dwellinags so well the many details connect with the 'are-on an enlarged an improved scale,
S- adapted to entertaining, the whole work of packing and curing the tobac- and that the work will began just as
The OlcehelMlmg SM. spacious first floor was thrown open t o and makin the ars sides pre- soon a plans are perfected for it. In
When an officer develop dto~ition i t~oe throng. In the r hall ag ceni t paring form a ipmnent many rar loads furtheranceofethisiobject, Col. Williams
to control all other offers Mls e- red japonicas glowed mthe candle light, of the leaf, a solid car load going off hdms appointed the following gentlemen
tion, as well as his own, and to and eoons of vine fell gracefully ever other week. as a building committee to expedite the
dictate who shall fill them, is time to from the walls. It is largely due Jo Mr. Wahnish's work, viz: Col. John C. Odell, Bain-
retire him to private life. flaoile In the front parlor Mrs. Shackleford, efforts that the culture of tobacco took brid e; Col.R. A. McTyer, Bainbridge,
Southern Argus. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Charles Cay re- root in Leon county. He was one of Dr. L. Moor, Tallahassee.
Just the argument that the 0 Dem- ceived. Here were violets, violets in the pioneers in growing and curig it, The Lanark Improvement Co. has also
ocrat has stood by all the w ad we bunches festooned over the lace cur- and his success proved conclusively been reorgamed the enterprise of a
etm ersummer and winter colon at level
are pleased to note that l i tains, in baskets suspended in the door- that Ln offered as fair a field for this summer a nd winter colony at lovely
too, thinks some of the bow- waye in bowls massed together, and industry as did Gadsden. By precept Lanark will be immediately pushed forl
es, who wish tocontrolal oies fa in graceful curves from slender and example he has preached tobacco all ith isworth. .
and things, should be ely at .cut-ga vases. The back parlor was until now it has become one of our lead- With returnig health Col. Willams
home, and some better To the smarY decorated, and the tea-room ing industries. Make Mr Wahnish a wi be able to take a personal super-
positions such may ho receive te overflow. visit. It will be interesting to see what fl Ion th"e ipb a so" grate '
rue Democrat. In the library long trailing sprays of he is doing towards the upbuilding of ul to the Publ'c. nd so beneficial to the
Thanks, friend Collins. a ho- the yellow jmine made a beautiful the industrial advancement of our city G. F. & A. It gives us pleasure to re-
ored by the people should hands contrast of coloring, and blended its de- and country, and to such mten is due cord thesee .pleasan facts.- Bkmbridge
off, and let them bestow o mo oth- liecous perfume with that of the vio- much credit. Searchh Light.
ers without any influence or on lets. -e""* ; ..
his part. Another thing! t os r In each room the guests l ere re- Railway C pwm Fright Dpt seaer Joseph I. uaphries.
should not interfere with in freshed with something delicious and The Democratic committee of DeSoto
performance of his official d ,--The tempting. Mrs. Wood presided over The Georgia, Florida & Alabama Ry. 'county want J. H. Humphries to again
Argus again. the punch bowl, with Mrs. Clifford Fos- Company ofers to its patrons unexcell- run for Senator from the twenty-sev-
ter as her aide; Mrs. W. M. Mabry ed north-bound package and sold car enth district.-Tampa Tribune. And a
Kilte.r Nceanteu *Aaa-igsIa. served hot chocolate, with Miss Aber- freight service a well as south-bound more faithful, and a better man couldI
Editor H A. B. McKenie, Plat- nothy to assist in seeing that the guests Pennsylvania car 5698 7 loaded with not be fund in that county for the sen-
ka Times Herald. -..ment ralf-r wre well served with sandwich p leaf tobacco left Quinc. Fla., Mon&y, atorship, is the opinion of the Christian
tion, as follows: "-Atsl ad- p.rlints and salted almonds. *n the afternoon, February 17tkl 1908. and was and moral element of those here who i
station of manv fri -deeBded lbrary dishes of delicious candies were placed for delivery to consignee, in Chi- know and admire Mr. Humphries.-Tal-
to stand for re-el m mber'of pised temptingly within reach of cag, Ill., Saturda morning Feb. 22, lahassee Democrat.
the Legislature. T greatly every one. also ro190. Compar te service with U. Palatka Times-Herald:-It is with
appreciate the kind of sup Charming music also wa vded, mail. pleasure we learn that Hon. J. H. Hum-
port which have come easol Miss Perucker Pl i g on t e c- At the same time on the same train, phres will stand for re-election to the
ted, is putting it mildl event compared b"y M" s on the piano. car L- & N. 9820 left -ncy, Fla. f senate from the twenty-seventh district.
of mys cc at t e a vocal solo York, N. Y., wit leaf to coH; brethren of th re s wishfor him
may rest assured thaetadvor ld by Mis Foster.ms. f od -via.Savannah .nd O ceana, Ste m- the successes .
may resnr nt^ assured that I rt ter was omniod by Min Je ship Company. The tobacco sailed he so sr .
to resa t them to theV sabt of __ a w edtebissJen rL Soa b steamer Citt o o Lake City Index:-Joe Humphries
myaility, and without 'fl to fac- entooeqan. Tishmee entertainers from Savannah by steamer 'City ofoI b Senaor thads
taio amand tout to t and their? are deeply indebted to Savannah," Wednesday afternoon, eb. made one other best Senator that dis-
t.i,,,,,,m ,and To a gft of strict ever had and would be a better one
the massesrather than few these lades for the generous giftof 19h198 t had and would be a better one
has evr been and willto b their music on occasions of this knd. From a service view point you will .e ..Ti m,
my sole object in view. It is f to be so gifted, and finer still eventually route your troffic G. F. & A. th is xtrac itak He. c which
y record in private and life is to usd one's gifts as a means of giving Why not now? tion and e
o f eor inspecto' At ls leia. so much pleasure to others. _Quick time, convenient sedules, un- ..
open for aspection laboas In ss-pite of the fact that the Lenten excelled frejskt and paenger vice. The Gospel Herald wishes to say that
tres I believed best fI o r season has begun; the spacious rooms No trouble to answer question. Claims Mr. J. H. Humphries is a noble man.
welfare of the count eve ad it we crowded, and a delightful after- adjusted promptly. Wee your bus Hehasconvico. He thinks for him-
welfare__oft incs. You n edsthe service. elf and owns his own soul. He stands
mb e otd h~- -M Just a question of time. why notnow. for the right and battles for the good
humble to Just a question of timepklwCEy of his constituents. (Stetson)-Gospel
-reciated bythe .Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Calhoun are the B. C. PRINCE, Herald..Pal
prdt. e""-" by thhosts of two delightful guts, Misses 1-tf Traffic Manager. or. __- .
element Benagh ad Kenan. The latter is Hon. J. F. C. Griggs seems deter-
S et and Baley cousin and intimate friend of Miss Mary Last Sunday evening at the home of mined to be the next congrieman from
Lamar leftesterd for Kenan Caoo and a very charming the bride, Rev. J. B. Pruitt married this district and is working hard each
Gainesville. rom ti pro.- young lady. -oth lablM belon to Maurice Goodman to Eddie Martha day to secom lish that end. Mr. Gr
ceed to Monticello, u Co-prominent Southern families, which Lloyd; and on Wednesday evening, was in town is week and s bIs
gressman Lamar is a t esBuh. ve produced some of the South' s at the Parsonage, S annett DeWitt get ft- diagL nt from section.
date for the Uniteds 'slto i most noted public men. 0 4 te to Clarabelleiyrmtha Bilter. Friends of fte A- A seki man
sumcceeethewlatexR.t vsrt&il e dn era tio h s
Dr,,,, Arms r whois one of the am extending eangre-talpt-m-. 94 mam h a


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Civics NMet". weaa'. cah.
In accordance with a reque
from the President of| the Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs in America,
the Women's Club of Tallahassee has
called a civics meeting to be held on
Tuesday, March 10th, at the Leon
Hotel, at 4 p. m. Every man and wo-
man who is interested in the improve-
ment of the city is invited to be pres-
ent.
They Retur Thaals.
To the Editor of the True Democrat:
Dear Sir: The committee from the
Order of Knights of Pythias who had
the .work of arranging for the play
"Damon and Pythis" given in Talla-
hassee last week, desire to thank the
people of Tallahassee fvr their gener-
ous support and high commendations of
the entertainment. Also they wish
most heartily to thank the citizens who
took an active part, especially Mrs
Charles Cay and the winsome, little
maid who impersonated Damon's little
son.
Yours very truly,
L. A. erkins. Chairman.
Mrs. Jabez Norton, of Macon, Ga.,
and Mr. S. L. Moore, of Monticello, Fla.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Min-
ter, last week. Mr. Moore is Mrs. Min-
ter's father.
Mrs. J. Gordon Pearce, of Altoun
Florida, is in the city visiting her friend
Mrs. J. T. Perkins.
Mrs. Thomas J. Perkins is making a
visit to her old home, the guest of Mrs.
George Greenhow.
Souvenirs of Florida--beautiful
pieces of Haviland china, hand painted
in designs of oranges, orange bla-
and the exquisite chenlee ro.
and see them at Nlcholson's. 2
The many friends of Sergent David
Ellis are delighted to see him out afain,
looking quite well.
Mrs. C. C. B. Wheeler and her dal-
ter, Mrs. Ethel Hawley Biseoe left t
week to spepd several monthly in Starke.
In the suimir Mra.Blscoe intends to
go to Europe to complete her studies in
music.
-P. T.Nicholson, the Jeweler has m
hand a lot of Bracelets, t nkl.
Belt Pins ad Ht Pi-the
things out for dainty Easter gifto.
A voting contest for the bsfit d
the base a team la being carried a
at Capital City Pharmacy. A fve
pound box of candy will be voted t
most poplar young lady qt Florib f.
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LANiT wENs us CAMw AIGN FoR

Umabastsa Keho. and Griggs Before a
k Audience:
'they ay that when the Prohibition
R flte was on in Jackson county years
qo, before it wa as popular as it Is
S ow, that Mr. Ke bo was as dumb as
an oyster. Some say that he voted one
S way and some another. I do not believe
that he voted either way. The truth
about it is that he wants to push every-
body off the water wagon but himself,
aid he pobes so hard sometimes that
S ha luMe his balance and falls overboard
I e-lf. He said in a prohibition speech
a l ad in Pesacola that he kept whiskey
S hiolelf ansd always drank it when be
to. Kehoe's sort of prohibition
r make me drunk in fifteen mm-
Then there is Judge Griggs. He is
another one of your amphibious states'-
men, wet at one time and dry at another.
I Down in Escambia he was as wet as the
i'* ocean, but here in Walton he is dry a
man in the middle of the Sahara desert
with a rubber suit on."
Judge Laney attacked both Mr. Ke-
hoe and Judge Griggs on their alleged
corporation records and said when he
Sgot over on the other side of the river
e would exhibit some of the votes of
Judge Griggs in the Florida legislature,
He said he was in favor of the improve-
ment of all our harbors and rivers and
wanted a large appropriation for the
Pensacola navy yard. He denounced
the action of the navy department in
removing the Machias to the Brooklyn
navy yard. thereby throwing a large
number of men out of employment in
Pensacola in order to give men employ-
Sment in Brooklyn.
"Mr Kehoe has been going around
making speeches to the farmers unions,
playing the farmer act," said Judge
Laney. "A great farmer is Kehoe. He
never tied a name string in his life and
he don't know whether a red-headed
woodpecker builds his nest in a hole
in a hollow tree or in a hole in the
ground."
"Kehoe never turned a grind stone
for a big man to grind an axe, until his
little arm got tired to the socket and he
could not quit. He never rode a blind
mule to a water mill two miles away
and carried two bushels of corn in a
sack and when the sack fell off stood in
the middle of the road and held the
mule by the bridle and cried until some-
body came along who was big enough
to put the sack back on the mule." ad
Ni. NEEL'S ATTITUDE
Editor Times-Union-In your issue of
February 12, you publish the enclosed
clipping from the Bradentown Journal.
publish it again in your issue of
1 t16 comments from the
e true Democrat. Now, in
a t of fairness, I hope that you will
bUsh it once more with my reply:
"Almost weekly we see mention in
of oear exchanges of the presence
tn their41wn of a new jail, prison or
convict inpector, and in several in-
stances these notices have stated that
the said inspector was a strong advo.
cate of the candidacy of the Hon. John
N. C. Stockton for governor. One of
these gentlemen, State Senator John
Neel, of Holmes county, was in Bra-
dentown two weeks ago and talked
Stotkton to this scribe. Is it possible
that the State administration, or that
branch of it, is being used to advance
the political interests of Mr. Stockton?
-Bradentown Journal."
If Editor Humphries had stated that
the above was taken from a private
and coamdential conversation and had
published his part ot the conversation
it wold not have shown so much pre-
judle and malice. Mr. Humphries
started the conversation by asking me
who I thought was the fastest man in
the race for governor. I told him,
judging from the expressions of the
people, that in my opinion John Stock-
ton was. I will not be as unfair to him
as he was to me and statewhathe
said, but in reference to governor and
United States senator. Speaking for
myself, I will say frankly, that I do
nohtpow who Governor Broward, nor
a single member of his cabinet, are
supporting for governor. I have never
asked them, nor they have never vol-
untarily given me this information. I
do know that since I have been 21 years
old I have voted as I pleased, without
consulting any person, and I do not
think that because I hold an office
through an appointment by the govern.-
or that this prohibits me from express-


ig my opinion as to who I think is the
best man for governor, or any other
office, regardless of whether the gov-
ernor is for or against the man.
Respectfully, JOHN NEEL.
' Floral City, Feb. 17.
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1J0 o'clock p. m. Sabbath eeBo at 9:0 am.
Midweek services on Wednesday evening at 70
p. m.
First Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. Pruett, Pastor.
Sevke: Sundar at 11 a. m. and 70 p. a.; Bible
school. 9-5 a. ; Junior B. Y. P. U. 4 o'clock p. m.;
Sior B. Y.P. U. Friday at 6p. m.; Praywand
Pni"M VWeo Wedneday eveins at 7:30 p: a.
Everybody weloome.
St. John's pioeopel *Church. Rev. H. F. HHyra
Rector. Srviem Buandas and Holy da&- b*d
ommunom T oT'lockk a. a. Sudays. II a a. ail
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Chrastima Selese.--ervloesMwe held every 8au-
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Um U~d al, used e a Christian Science reading roo.
d is open daly ept Sunday. betwe the
horse of 10 and 12 o'clock a. All are cordially
invited.
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be more likely to do the same if Albany
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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT
JOII 6. COLU S. Prrleter.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.

Entered as Second Clan Matter March 81. 1906. at
the Poet Office at Tallhassee. Florida. under
Act of ConroeM of March 3. 1879.

OAce in Telephone Building. Corner Adams and
Clinton Streets. Telephone No. 190.

Sebseription. $1.00 Per Year. in Advance.
Advertising Rate on Application.

Tbe True Democrat Is the official Newspape
of Leon County.

T-llohessee. Friday, Nar. 6,


SW Whisky advertisements are
and inserted in this newspaper at
nader any conditions or circum..
single one has ever appeared in it.


mePted
rkes or
Not a


Subscribe to your home n r.
New novel by Georgia r- "The'
Express Messenger's Te station, or
Alone with a Carload of Jugs."--At-
lanta Journal. Do they rek it through
a straw, or pull it thro the cork?
Hon. C. J. Compto Lake City,
who announced his c for state
superintendent of school has been ad-
vised by his physician, o to the con-
dirion of his health, to make the
race. Exchange. .,
Poor old Kentucky has very deep-
est sympathy of Democli all over
this country in the deep h tlion and
disgrace, in Democrats d their
party and joining with Re i to
elect Bradley to the U. S.' te, in-
stead of Beckham, Democ the reg-
ular Democratic nominee. ,
The True Democrat retire thanks to
Senator James P. Taliaferre for a copy
of "Statistical Record of te Progress
of the United States, IOW1907, and
Commercial and Financial Statistics of
Foreign Countries, from, the Depart-
ment of Commerce and Labor. It is a
valuable and interesting document, well
worth filing and keeping In a printing
office.
When a politician start out under the
pretense of playing polities in a relig-
ious way, the chances a thousand to
one that he is a hypo and fraud.-
Greeneville Sun. eft some preach-
ers in this State into the
present political "eo a rush."
We have letters fi than one of
them asking for support at ,ndlbtes
Sorry it is so, too!
General Albert W. Gihrit, a lead-
ing candidate for Governor, spent last
Saturday in Tallahassee, returaing to
Jacksonville after a very pleasing and
profitable visit in West Flords. He
reports prospects for his elestia the
most promising from every septioa vis-
ited, and says he is becoming -re and
more satisfied each day. W here
he met many of our citizens Iy,
and became acquainted wi he
did not know before, and of
old-time friends were deto see
him srain ard pklde l Pport.
General Gilchrist will get safe
majority in Leon we feel quiu
For some time the friend t Wal-
lace W. Stripling have been him
to make the race for Comp Mr.
Stripling would make an i for
the place. He is equipp1 the
duties of the office in every tur.
Thesecord especially would like to wee
Wallace Stripling enter anee; we
were boys together ~M editor
knows his real worth ibow well be
would fill the Compt a office, and
we~sincerely trust he decide to en-
ter the race. Mr. S is known
from one end of the Sta to the other,
and his thousands of f declare
him a winner if he entersthe race.-
Manatee Record.
---- -
The True Demcrat offeas to its breth-
ren of the State press foeHir eonsid-
eration the name of HonT, J. Apple-.
yard, of Lake City, for t1 portion of
State Comptroller. Like ether news-
paper men of Florida, h e giveneon-
erable of his time and hil rted means
to those things that ten4'b tihe devel-
opment of the State. reeemt ex-
hibit at the State Fair .lof the
resources of the north of the
State, in placing his q^*Mmty'a re-
aources on exhibition, gf. 'hb
the support of every ilticaflesy,
during a public life mwr twenty
years, he has been B updrht.
No man can point flb ot0note act
of his. He would -la man, sad


would make a s l -What ay
our bretren of fT Who
aseods the Tree Demo

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SKI 'KM S% UM.
The True Democrat's response to the
Pensacola News' "demand" for the
NAMES of the "straight-out" machine
leaders sure hit 'em on.the raw.
The News throws a fit, and can think
(if it ever does such a thing as think)
of nothing to say but "you're a liar !'
-tAe last resort of the exposed. The
News also "e to be told who



handled by the local editor
Clay County Times, so he Talla-
editor of that paper took it up,
-wonder of wonders !-gives the
whole thing dead away by boldly ac-
knowledging that there is a machine,
and claims that it is a "good thing." So
it is, for its pets and hangers-on, and
the "pee-wees" that sing the praises of
its leaders and managers. Of course,
the Times had to abuse the former
leaders of the Florida Democracy-
such men as Dr. Crawford, Bloxham,
Dyke, Drew, Mitchell, Fleming, Gwynn,
Henry D'Etmgle, and a score of others
who, if living, are not now known in
the Democratic organization. And it
also had to ring in a lot of fulsome bal-
derdash about the great (?) thingsJen-
nings has done.
Yes, Jennings has done some big
things. Instigated and inspired by the
"Straight-out" machine, he has done
his little best to disrupt and destroy all
that was decent and orderly and square
in the Florida Democratic organization.
We shall hear more from the other
pee-wees, but we will bet a dollar to a
dime that not one will follow the Times'
lead in confessing that there is a ma-
chine.


HARD TO PLEASE.
The Tallahassee True Democrat fails
in its duties as a newspaper when it
suppresses the facts about the alleged
"deplorable occurance" at the capitol.
The people of Florida are entitled to all
the information obtainable about things
that transpire in their public offices.
This is the second mysterious affair that
has occurred at Tallahassee recently,
and the press of that city has not yet
enlightened its readers.-Tampa Evng.
News, Feb. 27.
Now, you have gone and said some-
thing sure enough; but pray, why go,
for us Tallahassee newspapers in such
manner for "falling short" on such oc-
casions, when the Jacksonville, the
Tampa, the Pensacola, and other daily
newspapers have right in the capitol
building, paid men or women to keep
them posted, who alsd "failed in these
duties." The True Democrat pleads
guilty in having done wrong in simply
alluding to them, and we are truly sor-
ry we did, and when we make such ad-
mission, or apology for it, if you please,
it goes that we will not be so guilty
again.- But pray. dear brethren of the
daily press, you who thus throw little
stones at us; why do you not have your
hired people at Tallahassee send you
these kind of occurrences just as they
send you out the other kind. Only last
week a daily at Key West objected to
our sending to him a true statement,
which we paid telegraphic charges on,
too, to the effect that two cabinet offi-
cers were determined to save to the
school children of this state near if not
quite, a million dollars. Truly you
daily newspaper men are hard to
please.
Tampa Evening News, later date,
March 3:
The Tallahassee TrueDemocrat vouch-
safes the enlightening information that
the "deplorable incident" in the State
Capitol which it recently mentioned,
was between "two gentlemen." The
True Democrat would have proved it-
self a better newspaper by refraining
from any allusion to the incident 'if it
was so situated or entangled that it
could not give the full particulars. The
state press has been regarding the
True Democrat as the poe independent
and fearless newspaper of Tallahassee
and has been depending upon it to tell
the truth about what goes on there,
without fear or favor. Editor Collins
should endeavor to maintain this repu-
tation.
We will in the future, even though
the heavens fall! but, kind brother, we
desire to assure you, most emphatically,
we have no "entanglements or situa-
tions" here that can possibly prevent
our saying anything we please at any
time, and we will do it.
The Breese of DeFunisk assures us
that the governor has good reasons to
offer for his conduct in the Cooper
matter and that these are entirely sat.
isfactoryto his friends; we are warned
that when these are put before the
publi some will be knocked down.
Our esteemed ontempor forets
tha the duty o publ7ity bidi
bn the governor-that he i not our
tMaster but our t t, and that he
owes us an acountng.-Current Com-
ment, TimT nunim.
Tia may all be very well, but would
it not be more aseemly and timely to
hand out same of these usoms to all
of the "dear people *


TAT POLITICAL
We bear much of "lin
Florida politics, but woer bee
able to locate it-P Journal
Another dear little inb. Some
newspapers are re nsophiet-
catedfor this wick d world of
ours. No "machine n Florida."
Doesn't the innoce e suggestion
fmTe you.-Ocala or.
The ^*temlufmwhich Editor
Collins, *Hlr i True Demo-
crat, I at the "names" of those
Col state "machine" in an.
a to dare of Editor Crawford, of
40 Pensacola News, must have taken
the breath away from that young friend
of oura.-Tampa Tribune.
Some evidences of fact, 1. In the re-
moval of StateAttorney Perkins, through
the work and influence of James Alex-
ander, the facts that followed and the
reinstatement of Perkins, with relief
bill for his salary which was right, just,
and due to.him, but the State paid two
salaries by the machine playing in poli-
tics. It would take much space for de-
tails and they have been published.
2. The long delays, and quiet, very
secret actions in the Cooper case, on the
advice, influence and work of Lawyer
Brady, and the spending of contingent
funds-connected with that celebrated
case with its many frills, mysteries,-
etc., that go with it. It would take a
large space and Floridians have seen
much of it in print, but there is yet a
cloud over it.
3. Action in connection with the Eppes
murderers, the Doe-Mac case, and some
others of similar nature. Particulars
would take great space, Floridians are
familiar with it.
4. The veto power that has been
played for all it was worth in killing
measures, first that protected and re-
quired depositing with treasurer of I. I.
funds, and later, that played into the
hands of machine politicians in Duval
county.
5. The number of cheap sales of I. I.
lands to or through machinists or fav-
ored ones; Queer and inconsistent action
in setting aside primary election actions,
going back on democratic precedents,
practices, etc. These would take great
space and have all been in print.
6. The peculiar action in connection
with "printing," when the Attorney
General, the Supreme Court, and the
Bar Association of Jacksonville de-
nounced it and the work was refused,
but paid for and accepted, the same
work has been done over and paid for
again.
7. The suppression and whitewashing
of that asylum investigation, and many
funny and disgraceful affairs connected
with it. High state officers have told it
out of meeting too, that just a few more
pointed questions would have brought
out the true history of a certain $1,200
check or draft that was cashed at the
Capitol.
8. The usurpation of power, in setting
aside court actions.
9. Disregarding the wishes and de-
sires of a large majority of citizens and
recommendations of county democratic
executive committees in appointments,
etc.
10. Allowing, if it is so, and it has
never been denied, that in the great com-
promises, some chosen or machine man
was allowed to get in the shape of feee
enough money to take up campaign
notes to the amount of $10,000. in Jack-
sonville.
These will do for the present, but
there are many things that go to prove
the existence of machine politics being
played into all kinds of public affairs,
and each of the subjects is open to just
criticism and would furnish matter for
much space in print. Almost every
question that was before the last legis-
lature had machine politics played into
it; hence the burdensome taxation, the
shortage of funds to meet the load of
appropriations, etc. Yes, the machine


gang that is in power in Florida are
playing things for all there is in it for
themselves and friends-and there is a
machine within a machine, a wheel
within a wheel, a ring within a ring,
and Floridians are groaning under it.
If any democrat in Florida still doubts
the existence of this Barr-Stockton-
Jennmigs-Broward-"straight-out" ma-
chine, or desires further and more de-
tailed information concerning any of the
foregoing items, we will gladly respond
to any reasonable request for the same
to the fullest extent to which we can
spare the space for such details.
The Tallahassee True Democrat will
not come out with the facts about that
"deplorable" incident which it said oc-
curred at the Capital any further than
to declare it was a peramnal agreement
between "two gentlemen Capi-
tol building. Strage,surpaing strange
We thought those gentlemene in the
Capitol build were like "souls with
but single hbouaht, etc."-Tamgi
Tribune.
We have had our little say on Ails
subject!


TAXIS HAVE INCREASED.
One of the penalties of being rich and
prosperous is heavy taxation. Notwith-
standing it does seem passing strange
to us that as our own beloved Florida
grows richer and more prosperous and
valuations increase each year, the rate
of taxation should increase along with
it. A slight investigation along these
lines will convince the most skeptical
that taxes are about as high as during
reconstruction days while taxable val-
ues have increased amazingly. Where
is the remedy? We think we know it,
but we are going to permit whoever
will to answer for us.-Madison New
Era.
The remedy is easy, see that politics
is not played any longer into all public
affairs, that men who use the public
business to build up and strengthen
political machinery is defeated at the
polls. Again, these matters began to
get so under a democratic carpet-bag-
ger, who accidentally became Governor
of Florida.
The insinuation that there has been
another "scandal" at the state house
is without the least foundation.--Pen-
sacola Evening News.
From which we must infer that there
has been ONE. Will the News tell us
if our surmise is correct? If so, when
was it; and what was it?-Lake City
Index.


THE TRUCK DEMOCRAT WILL DO IT.
News comes from Tallahassee that
the State Pardoning Board was again
in operation last Friday and that many
convicts were released, one of the num-
ber being Harry Bomford, of Tam a, a
plumber, who shot Capt. Park andwas
sent to prison seven months ago for a
year. It is probable that no publicity
will be made as to the others pardoned.
If the True Democrat, of Tallahassee,
really wishes to smash "the Tallahas-
see machine," the publication of the
list of pardons granted and denied
other particulars connected there k
would help materially. It is no un*q,
mon thing to hear men say they wQF1
never vote for any member of thae
board again. -Jacksonville Metropolis.
But, you must know there are
candidates coming out agabast any o
of them, so far, an4 the primaries are
creeping up on us fast.
In their enthusiasm over the prospect
of the schools securing that million
dollars, certain papers have seemingly
forgotten that Governor Broward plays
a conspicuous part in the premises.-
Palatka Times- Herald.
Nay! for the slice is big enough to
give him full credit for 'all he, too, is
entitled, to, and we will go still further
and admit that he did say, and contin-
ues to say the schools are entitled to it.


If there is a lie out this newspaper BUT, you administration people must
never told it. No one from Tallahassee 'remember, he wishes to continue spend-
has ever said it was a "scandal." ing those same school monies in drain-
There was a good hard face-punchinr!age operations, and as we have every
and scrap in an executive office, a clerk reason to believe after spending every
punching a cabinet officer, all the same. dollar that way, and after every acre
Now let the Pensacola News, and other has been disposed of, it would take at
papers, get statements of facts just as least a million dollars, and ma be
papers, get statements of facts just as ore, to continue to drain the Ever-
they were and give them to the world glades, where would the schools' share
we gave both parties to understand, at come from? The difference is as to
the time, we were ready to publish the time and way to settle up. That's
their statements of it. all!
We with pleasure add to our ex-
Hon. W. M. Holloway, state super- We wic lstsTre aid to our ex-
intendent of public instruction, is hot change list The Real Estate and Bank-
after that million dollars the I. I. Fund era Review, a very neat and clean
owes to the State school fund. He is monthly in magazine style, published
going to get it.--Florida Index. at Live Oak. It is very interesting,
Of course he is, if there is or will and will be a valuable and splendid ad-
be enough of that fund left to pay it. edition to everybody's collection of
Editor Thou. J. Appleyard carried his reading matter. Get a sample copy
county to the state fair in good shape, of it and read it.
secured much prominence for his home It is really amazing to note some of
county,and captured valuable premiums. the lame attempts of the ring organs
Such men are worth much to a com- trying to stem the tide of popular pub-
munity. --^ lic approval that Hon. Albert Gil-
Hon. D. H. Maya, of Monticello, can- christ is winning throughout the State.
didate for Congress, was in the city Hon. Albert Gilchrist has a record for
Wednesday and made the True Demo- honesty and faithfulness that cannot be
crat a pleasant visit. He reports af- fazed by these punny attacks. He's
fairs ve torsatisfactory to himself d booked for the Governor's chair and
feels sure of being one of the highest in the ring organs know it even at this
the first primary, early stage of the game. -Lake Butler
Note the fact, that every man who Star.
holds an administrative department of- The Laurel Hill Home pays Heam
flee, first secured it under the appoint- Royal C. Dunn, Secretary of the Rail-
ment of William Sherman Jennings, the road Commission, the following omopi-
figure head of the machineexcept Hons. ment: "If Mr. Morgan is to retire at
B. E. McLin and W. M. Holloway, who the end of his preset term as Ralrmed
both went into office by election the Commissioner, we are of the opiniso
first time, and wonderful to behold, too, that there could be no better material
the State demoeatic executive commit- found in the State to take the p *rs.
t at time run an indepent candidate that is Mr. R. C. Dhmn. He has u jb
agilt the regular nominee, Mr. Rol' pore the -ve yea rs A uy s
lokwy. No, there is no drt political e Cami n. whkbh atral h
machine in Florida. Seat! hm thimreagy fampsr with thd Nal
wa al a good aim a whom we
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Certain self-tyled antl-o potation
have f6r some time apphed to
Paper, whleh they claim are
coiput.torContro ed, the ignominou.
term "cuckoo." John Collis, of the
True Democrat has come back at them
P with a counter term peculiarly apt and
appropriate, proving that in the coin-
i of epithets it is Greek met Greek.
John's word is "pee-wee." In our
boyhood s a "pee-wee" was a small
marsefe very smallest of the mar-
ble family, if we remember correctly-
ordinarily made of the cheapest
uustance-tlay, if we mistake not.
John has fallen upon a good name-4t is
a small man minded, smaller editor still,
who would try by Iueudo and inslnua-
to east reproach upon a brother.
eh conduct only serves to bring the
pre itself into disrepute and make
diulouthose who are engaged in a
lofty and exalted profession. We wish
for the good of the cause that such
I ournalism would cease.--Madison New
Enterprise.
In the foregoing paragraph Editor
Columbus Smith reads the newspaper
men of the state a lesson that they will
do well to heed. Some of the editors
seem to think the best way to serve the
ends of their favorite political leaders is
to traduce the characters of all editors
who do not happen to play the same
favorites. Aside from being an ex-
ceediy narrow and unworthy course
this custom, if persisted in, will sooner
or later bring the entire newspaper
publishing business of the state into
disrepute. The newspaper undoubtedly
plays a lae pert in crystalizing public
opinion d if the newspaper chooses
to befoul its own nest it certainly can
do so by continually beating it into the
public ear that the men engaged in the
business are susceptible to improper
fluences and ready to do the bidding of
anyone with a fat purse. No such con-
ditions obtains and there is absolutely
no excuse for the public mind to be ed-
ucated to believe that such is the case,
but the newspapers themselves, in their
zeal to serve political favorites, seem
bent on bringing disrepute on them-
selves-not Intentionally, of course.
It is the other fellow they are after,
but when the public mind has been
trained to distrust one it is a very easy
step to distrust all.
So far as the editor of this paper is
concerned he believes his editorial
brethren, taken as a whole are infin-
itely superior In morals to the profes-
sional politicians in whose interest the
editors gnash their teeth at one an-
other, and no one can say that the least
among the editorial fraternity does not
tribute more to the welfare of the
te than the greatest among the
place-hunting politicians.--
e Telegraph.
We overheard a remark the other
made by a man in a position to
to the effect that there are men
in Osceola county today working, pay-
ing their debts and supporting their
\ families in god shape, who, when the
\town was wet spent all their earnings
for whiskey, neglected their wives and
children and were generally looked upon
as deadbeats and vagabonds.-Kissim-
mee Valley Gazette. Same all over
the world.
The merchants in many sections of
the country continue to complain of
the patronage given to the mail order
houses, to the injury of the home mer-
chants. To our people we have always
said and still say, patronize your home
merchant, buy everything you can at
home, and to our merchants we say, let
the people know what you have to sell
by advertising liberally in your home
papers. By working together, we can
whip the mail order houses.-Bartow
Courier Informant.
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 di-
sease of almost twenty years' stand.
ing. I have been treated by several
as smart physicians as we have 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
Tallahassee Drug Co. *
No need to fear cough and colds this
ear, at you can obtain Bee's Laxative
Cough Syrup now from yopr dealer.
This is good news to mothers who fear
romup and whooping cough. Itis agen-
tie laxative that expells the poison trom
te system in the natural way. Cuts


legm and clears the head. Guaran-
Sold by Cobb's drug store *3
$*1 Reward, $1I.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
oe dreaded disease that science has
Been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure ,
the only positive cure now known to the
S edial fraternity. Catarrh being a
b; ettutituonaldisise requires a costi-
l ttmal treatment. Halls Ctarrh Cure
is take internally, actiig dhirect upon
Me blood and mucous surfaces of the
thereby destroying the founda-
of the disease, and v the pa-
m strfagth building up coast i-
lmam amld otin nature in doing its
MIe bPrPritos have so much
ISa It turativ w that they
OW un fdred or ease
Y flftb to eure. Send forl of
F. J. CHENEY & CO., To.
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Monthly Financial


Statement


Of County Board of Public Instruction.

STATS or FLOIDaA. Oovwr op LeON.
Tallsha. Feb. 1. 10.
To'Hon. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk Circuit Court:
Sir--In umplisam with section, chapter 4 m.
Laws of Florda we hereby fle with you the fol-
lowing Itemised financial statement of all sheel
meymF received, apprpriations made and war-
ranta ised for the month ending the list day of
January. A. D. 1608:
RCAPIYULATION OF COUNTY rUND.
1. Balance ina treasury as per last
statement ............ -... 612.82
L Raeoipta for monthas itemized
herein ...-- ............-- 000
L. Warrant outstanding this
date ......................... 2,984.81
------aM7.13
Warrants outstanding s per,
last report -.... --.... -306.87
5. Total warrants drawn this
month as itemized herein... 4,566.74
6. Cash in handsof trassurer this
date.........--------............... 64.
----s5 17.11
GEO. I. DAVIS, Chairman.
E. B. EPPES. Secretary
Nett of Application for Assigameat
of Dower.
TrO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. NOTICE
J is hereby given that my petition, which I have
this dAy filed in the Court of the County Judge.
Leon County. Florida, in Probate, praying that
my dower in the estate of my deceased husband.
Charles T. Haneock. late of said County and State.
y be set aside, is hereby set down for a heannd
ore the Honorable B. A. Merinnias. Judge of
said Court. on the 28th day of March. A. D. 1906,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. in his office, at Tallahassee,
Florida.
This 20th day of February. A. D. 1908.
SUSAN A. HANCOCK,
52-6w Petitioner.
PERSONAL-C. W. McMullen, of
Lake City, on R. F. D. No. 6, would
like to know the whereabouts of Law-
rence McMullen, his son. An person
knowing his whereabouts wil grertly
oblige him, by notifying him. 49-4t
It will be unnecessary for you to go
through a painful, expensive operation
for Piles if you use ManZan. Put up in
collapsible tube with nozzle, ready to
apply to the soreness and inflammation.
For any form ot Piles, price 50c., guar-
anteed. Sold by Cobb's Drug Store. *3
FOR SALE !-An extra fine 2-year old
graded cow, fresh. Apply to Chas. H.
Deihl. 5)
TO MY Friends-I have purchased the
Star Pressing Clubsoutfl anti will con -
duct this business on business principle
and ask your patronage,
E. N. Mabry, Jr.
HORSES & MULKS.
I have just received a car load of ex-
tra good Kentucky Horses and Mules,
which I am selling at the best prices.
See me before purchasing.
39-tf C. A. SHOEMAKER.
Notice of Voluntary LquMldatleon.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A
'meeting of the stockholders of the Taylor
County State Bank. held in the town of Perry.
Taylor 'county. Florida, on the 18th day of Febru.
ary,. 190 t was determined bya vote of the stok-
older of mid bank owning two-thirds of its capi-
tal stock, that said banking company go into liqui-
dation and be closed, and notice is further riven
that the maid Taylor County State Bank is eloeing
up its affairs. All eretors are hereby notified to
present their clams against the said Taylor
County State Bank for payment
Done by the order of the Board of Directors of
the said Taylor County State Bank.
TAYLOR COUNTY STATE BANK.
By J. T. Blair. its President.
Atte.t-W. A. HaNDaY, Cashier. l-ot
Guardian's Notice.
NOTICE 0 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AS
Guardillof FrancisAnn Whitehead.a minor.
I will apply to the Hon. B. A. Meinniau. County
Judge of Leon county, Fla.. at his office in the
county court house. In the City of Tallahassee.
Florida. oh Saturday. March 28. or as soon there.
after as I can I. heard, for authority to ell undi-
vided interest of waid minor in the following de-
eribed land, to-wit: The south half ()1of the
NW% and the NEb% of the SW% of Seetion 15,
Township 2 N.. Range 1 E., except about 6 6517-1000
acres on east side of amid tract, beln a strir
1 17-1000 chains wide along the eat ide o said
tract, said body of land containing 114 NS-1000
acres, more or le A.
ANNIE E.1rHEL,
1-St AdmlniAtratrix.
Admlalstrator's Notice.
rTO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NO-
- tice i h Irevn that I, the underigned.
w. A. Demilly, Administrator of the estate of
Harriet Stayner, will present my accounts and
vouchers to the Count Judge of Leon County.
Florida.and ask for a final discharge as Adminis-
trator of maid etate. six months after the date
hereof.
Thisa day of October., A. D. 1907.
W. A. DEMILLY.
Admistrator of the estate of Harriet R. Stayner
Adnialstraotr's Notice.
T'O ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NO-
tike Is hereby given, that I the under, ned.
N. B. Youn., administrator of the etate of Emma
G. Young. willpresent my accounts and vouchers
to the County Judge of Leon County, Florida, and
ask for a final dischare as administrator of aid
estate, six months after the date hereof.
This 7th day of February. 1906.
NATHAN B. YOUNO.
Administrator of the estate of Emma G. Young.
sO.em


keocator's Notice.
TO ALLWHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NO-
tic is hereby giver. that I the undeigned.
Charles E. Bradley, executor of the tatoCal-
vin W. Bradley. will presat my accounts and
vouc"her s to the county Jue of Lo county.
FlorIM, and ak for a final disehamre as eetor
of s estate. six months after the date beref.
ThisOt day of January. 1908.
CiAUaLMi E. BRADLIT',
Execute of the estate of Calvin W. Bratdley
late ofa SPen e, New York. M
Note, e to Creatoer awd L gatlee.
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CUED.
l'ft m!Te- dlstrIbutem, and to an pan"
i I demand3 s ag "at n the set at
uftesieMwit c two oar de anths to the
erwie m will be forever. d red.
This M day of Ja tA B. BRAD
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IActa 13@7.
Showing the amount of taxes shared to the
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collected for the currmet f 1 dad t a7er.
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Was Well Whitewashed.
What kind of human hell-cats do they
have n chare in charge of supposed-to-be-hu-
mane institutions, anyway? Here's a
story of an assistant matron of a chil-
dren's home in Ohio, who because of
some trivial offense, drove a tack
through a little boy's tongue. Our
charitable and corrective institutions
need a close watch kept an them. Here
in Florida sad tales of cruelty have
gained currency. Eternal vigilance
the price of the proper conduct of sucg
places, and it should be exercised.-)#
Lakeland Sun.
lacendiary Fires.
The attempted destruction o the
lodge building out at College H be-
longing to the Beneficial Soij of
colored women, is said to be t ird
piece of suspected incendiarism at has
occurred here lately.
A strong odor of kerosine about the
building, and other suspicks clues
known to the police, lead to the conclu-
sion that this last attempt was a piece
of revenge on the part of some one who
had a grudge against some of the socie-
ty women.
The lodge is a large atne structure
and, burning, would )a been a serious
menace to the surround dwellings,
but the prompt action of the Volunteer
Fire Department prevented the flames
frem gaining headway. .
miss Bershe M ilaniss iMntd the
R08016


At the dance which follow! the Elk's
Fair on Friday, a large bun* of mag-
nificent brides' roses was ved to the
most popular young lady in tbe room,
and was awarded to Miss she Me-
ginniss. Miss Meginniss is e of Tal-
lhassee's loveliest girls, a' for once
a popular vote really expr the pop-
ular thought.
The Elk's entertainment Wa exceed-
ingly successful and added the sum of
$2% to their treasury. Cri ds of citi-
zens went down to thq armory for
luncheon and supper, W attracted
by the elegant bill of flae. Oysters,
raw, stewed and fried; dektmio. chick-
en salad with mayonnaise -aoing; beat-
en bismit, olives, pickles, coffee, tea,
chocolate, ice cream cake sand candies
were served in abundance.
The "country store" attracted much
attention and was productive of a great
deal of fun, besides bqlg a succem
financially, and the flo*r voting con-
test was hberally supported.
Very rmpt s ftyr .
Prof. John. W. state man-
ager for the Ci t Life Insurance
Company of Lou' Pln., as the
city last week. now has
headquarters at De la. The
business which brought him to the cap-
itol was to pay a death claim. On Jan-
uary 4th Mr. Crowell Dawkins agent of
the company, delivered to Mr. John
Denham a policy for $2,000. A note
was given for the premium, payable
Feb. 9th. On Jan. 23rd Mr. Denham
died, and on Feb. 20th, when Prof.
Wideman arrived at Motieello, the
note had not been paid and he delivered
to the beneficiary $2,000, lees the
premium.
The Citizens' Life has beem doing
business in this state since May of
year. Mr. Wideman, as state anagr,
has made an enviable record among in-
surance men. As a produqrpeon-
al business he has been honor
roll almost every month p Jane he
ranked fourth among i -t in
fourteen states; and, O he
dazed the life insurance of Flor-
ida, when, as a result o personal
work, outside of his other dptles, he
sent his company $6,572 in
Prof. Wideman is very -fumastic,
says he has perhaps the tIsbusi-
ness proposition in the wcdL and all
frids ho fail to bear it be losers
indeed. ,,,
He will be in the city two or three
days longer.
A Wheel Withis a WheelL
The Levy County 0osrat delivers
itself in the follow wj` Manner concern-
ing the recent ru of the railroad
commission that bits railroads
from exchanging 'tansportation to
newspaper men for _vetising:
"The candidate for railroad commis-
sioner who expects to get our vote and
influence must pledge himself to favor
the repeal of the repeat unjust ruling of
the commission w hih kBohibits news-
papers from exc advertising
space with railroads for transportation.
The ruling is arbitrarM, ad as a blow
at the freedom of to press will do
more to create sentiment for the aboli-
tion of the commission fSa any other
act. Inasmuch as the railroad commis-
sion's traveling exphes are paid by
the suffering taxpi that august
body can talk very sh1T about ow
common people mt in cash or
walk. SatisfactorY g has never
been deemed ro bb ay e of the
world until the Fc deommis.
sion came on the
We do not b:ile* Democrat has
missed the mark in up the ruling
as an "'arbitrary" e, and we are
wholly unable to me many inter-
est can be cow-j wam good of
anykind canisme It. In fact, it is
a reflection eo e, in that it

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SOME FORGOTTEN BAN1 ACCOUNTS.

Funds That Have Been Lylag Un-
claimed for Hany Tres.
In the case of the Mechanics and
Traders' Bank, the doors of which
were closVd last week, there is a rec-
ord of a payment made some years
ago of a large sum. $25,000, and with
a correspon or cing record
upon the t s
account R
knowlli depositor ni
near ?years.
T 6f icers who are now, in the
of the State, examining the ac-


ts and books of this bank, by
ce ran across this item, and hav-
ing asked an explanation, received one
of the strangest in the history of
banking in New York.
Some years ago the ownership of
this bank passed into new hands, and
the choice of president was fixed upon
Mr. Thalmessinger. He made micro-
scopic examination of the books, d'3-
termined to master every detail, pres-
ent antd historic, for the lbank had a
history dating back to the year 1h30.
One entry astonished him, and he
made immnediat visit to his counsel,
ex-Judge Dittenhoefer, to whom he re-
ported the circumstance.
He had discovered, he said, that
there was a credit upon th-' books of
the Mechanics and Traders' Bank of
$25,000, and that this deposit had re-
mained with the bank for nearly thir-
ty years untouched. No one in the
bank knew who the depositor was or
ev'r heard of him. Judge Dittenhoef-
er, as counsel, advised Mr. Thalmes-
singer still to carry the account, and
not concern himself about it.
Two days later the bank president
again called upon his counsel and was
plainly in much excitement. He
stated that a check for the $25,000 had
that morning been presented to the
bank, and that he declined to pay it
on the ground that he was not satis-
fied as to the identity of the maker
of the check.
The president was advised by Judge
Dittenhoefer to permit suit to be
brought against him, saying that it
would be the better part for the bank
to pay that $25,000 on Judgment than
to run the risk of paying It to the
wrong person. Suit was speedily
brought, and the following facts wer?
disclosed under oath:
A man had been arrested for mur-
der nearly forty years ago. Soon
after his arrest $25,000 was deposited
in his name, no one knows by whom.
He was convicted and sentenced to
be hanged, but the sentence was com-
muted to imprisonment for life. After
serving as a life prisoner for thirty
years in Sing Sing the man was par-
doned. As soon as he reached New
York he drew a check for this money.
The testimony was sustained in the
trial, the identity of the man was
proven, the check was paid, and after
that this man disappeared as com-
pletely as though swallowed by the
earth. The presumption was that with
the money he went far away. deter-
mined to begin a new life, although
than a man past 60 years of age.
There are some stranger incidents
even than that occasionally disclosed.
Only a day or two ago, some of the
officers of the New York Central w>re
pursuing, as they thought, a possible
clew that would lead them to the own-
ership of a block of stock now for
sixty years held (or a person who
cannot be identified. The stock was
of the original Hudson Rlvrr Railroad.
various dividends and other perqul-
cated that the purchaser was a for-
eigner.
It was a block of some fifty shares.
It was afterward absorbed In the gen-
eral unification of the Hudson River
and New York Central. To it was
credited its proportionate share of the
now traditional 80 per cent stock divi-
dend. To It also has been credited the
various dividends and other perjul-
sites, until today the obligation
amounts to something like $10.000.
Search has been made in Europe;
what seemed to be clews have been
followed up In New Orleans, San Fran-
cisco and South America, but it has
been Impossible to trace the owner-
ship. The clew, faint as it was, which
was thought to have been discovered a
few days ago, ended where all the
others did, in a fog-New York Cor.
Philadelphia Press.
Letter to R Carpeater
Tallahassee, Fla.


Dear Sir: Ten years ago there was
one pure paint and 200 adulterated;
there are now eight pure, 200 adulter-
ated, about half of the latter short
measure besides.
There is still but ore best, and the
difference is ten gallons, Devoe goes as
far as eleven next-best-6--in every
ten gallons.
A new word has come-up in paint; it
is strong. Strong paint roes further
and weas longer; weak paint takes
more galios and wears out sooner.
The D er cost of a 10-gallon job is
0. t that takes 11 gallons akes
it$65. Pain that takes 12 gallons
makes it SO. Paint that takes fgal-
lows makes it 966. Paint that takes 20
galons makes it $100.
The $60 job lats twiceas long as the
$100. The. e fgres a not precise;
they e round. The tsn-gallon paint

F. W.t zVOB & CO.
P.S.-Gilmow &Dsi Co. sel our
-Pnt.


'I-IS^


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y is a Bargain Day With Us.


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Since the hard times we have marked every thing
to suit the occasion. We do not claim to sell goods be-
low COST, it is not necessary, as we have such splendid
values in GRANITE WARE, CHINA of high gade.
GLASS WARE that is equal in looks to CUT GLASS
and all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to
mention.
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
money.


GILMORE (t DAVIS CO., Inc.


Don't Holler


If You're H it.


The Crisis is Past
The Situaion is clearing
The Cure is in Work.


GET BUSY


LOOK HAPPY


DON'T KICK


The House that wants
your Business
"Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
Gas Fitting, Priviate


Water and
Plant.


Light


PHONE 80.


R. J.


PHILLIPS.


Frw Sale.
My saw mill (No.92) out t, consisting
of 1 35-bore-power boiler, 1 25-hor-
power Mnn, 6 lo oxen and 2 lo
earts; ,O worth of timber, located
3 mile Sothwst of city.
Terw: $1,000 for whole. Write or
apply to C. 8TRICILAND
43-3m.0 Talabak -, ila.

Go to Somnaker's stale and m
the Rusel Wagon before pugrchaM n,
they are the st a-nd heapt and !

Pairgotew ada Mgo dwMule booms
for" do*. App at e W.
Lap "Ia .$LDto $A." at J. D.
CarS.I L


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H. ATKINSON & SON,

Dealers in

HORSES and MULE&

A Fine Lot Always, on Ia

Sfor saleat
Price. :


THE ,TRUKE DEMOCRAT.
JOIN! 6. COLLINS, Puhlblsee.
PUDLISXE.D E VERY FRIDAY MORN4II1'.


U


A Word About

Prescriptions.


We are compounding more and more each week. Many
people have found that here they can always get just
what the prescription calls for, just at the time we prom-
ist, and that the price is reasonable. All druggists use
pure drugs, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
best quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be.the
purest of their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.


R. W. eobb, Drug eo.
SEBast side of Monroe St.


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goldd sure"


We have a preparation
under the name of
Holmes Laxative Cold
Cure, that we believe to
be one of the best reme-
dies for Colds and La-
Grippe now oqn the mar-
ket. A trial will con-
vince you.


Remember we guarantee Satis-
faction on every thing
we sell.


Holmes Drug ] o.,
Tellahassee, Pla.


NEW GOODS.



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

Dressers from $5.00 up.

Beds from $3.00 up.

Chairs from 50cts up.

And other goods in proportion. If
it's furniture you want it will pay
you to get my prices before buying.




TALIAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE*
I-
J. E. THEUS, Propr.

CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


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Bdm am CSlattod E Ward. N Public in
Ke Lwsl ft to..s
CM bem b
Crab Grass thtthesa andfor
iw wtawe dald for theawmmOW dd pur.
CLINTON X. WARD.
1NotaryPubHe In and fer the Stat ofI Vrida at

Hay for Sale! N---
State of Florika.
County ar Lao
Bo*eam PtllM Oota, a Notary Pubbe in
mudl r*tho 8t1to" of Plr- at = m-ll
IAso a Supply of Mail .--- wha mm to t- ,, n pro.
pMd Carte, w. d ben dame duly sworn did
h im t at he ri t3-M as and for
Boxes aWs wdm feeat daed for the samdpur-
pose therla mentiond.
Suitable on the R. P. e .Notm P inein.md2LSo. E OrTA.t
ummnioB expire Nor. 1. IiL
D. Routes. 'It
address, S__non sxO or vm: "AL_
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First Showing


of

-SPRING HATS,-


Wednesday, March

4th, 1908.-


MISS ADELE GERARD,

149 N. w. t,

Tetukas. Fl.oi.d


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Wi. CHILD.


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GEO. W. CHILD.


CHILD BRO


S.o


Contractors and Builders.


We are unusually well equied te-give our patrons
the very best service in all linesm building. Call on us


if you are contemplating any kId of building.
save you money.


We can


Kiln Dried Droesd Lumber, holdingss, Turned Col-


umnumh Brakesb Oai i n&a okflOf1


n .~ I .~ A


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made to order.


hullos Wea the ?-3*et stetaNa WOCE F iNOW i
IS to 19.
'-lo College camps presented a live-
St afternoon during OTICz I HEREBY GIVEN TNAT WE.
lZT u wbaemlX ed. will on Mte the M day
Slleen the C- of March. At 1amS. app t1the o Na-
t"l Wad the tinW team from Stet- eo.n B. Broward, Governw of the eate of Flor-
sn. The youw ladies from the Uni- at Tas ase. the Capital of said State, far
vesity wore pretty costumes of white lters pat estl m f d r-av fs coo-
and green, and were lovely and grace- PANY under the following Charter:
h kI lan their movements, showing an ex- J. A. McLAURnI.
pert handling of the ball which was J. A.. CA RSON.
Sto ses. But they couldn't beat
College With a goal thrower
like MiU Laslie to pile up scores for PROPOSED CHARTER OF "THE WILLIAMS-
them Florida will probably not have to McLAURIN COMPANY."
ftrwe her colors often.
M erowd of onlookers from town ARTICLE I.
was eagerly interested, and helped the NAME or FTHB CORPORAON.
girk applaud their ollagues with great The name of this corporation shall be Williams-
Usto, especially when the score of 15 MeLaurin Company, and its principal place of
Sb 9 in favor of Florida was announced. business shall be at Spring ill. in the county of
At i o'clock the evening an ee- Leon in the State of Florida, with such branch
At six o'clock in the evening an le- offices established elsewhere in the United States
gpat dinner of seven corses was served, as the Board of Directors may determine upon.
after which both teams, with a number ARTICLE II
of other invited guests, repaired to the ARTICLE I.
home of Mr. and Mrs. L'Engle, on north GENERAL NATURE op THe BUWNEUSE TO BE
MonroeSt., to a beautiful reception TRANSACTED.
given m honor of the visiting girls. The general nature of the business to be trans-
At this function Mrs. L'Engle received, acted by this corporation shall be the manufac-
assisted by her charming daughter, turning, farming, producing, purchasing and sell-
Mis W ye Lne .The rge ad-,ng of lumber and naval stores, and otherwise
Miss Wayles L'Engle. The large hand- dealing in forest products of every kind and de-
some parlors were beautifully decorat- scription; and the growing, buying, packing.
ed with ferns, carnations and roses and manufacturing, selling and handlIng of leaf to-
oo of all kinds, and oall other agricultural pro-
delicious refreshments of cake, ice ducts: to buy. sell, own, hold. lease,. rent and im-
cream and punch were served in the prove real estate and to mortgage and encumber
the diningroom from a table made the name: to loan and to borrow money and take
Smortgages and other securities; to build, main-
dainty and beautiful with candles, tain and operate warehouses and packing houses
flowers, lovely china and pretty home- for curing, handling and preparing for market
made candies, leaf tobacco, and all other farm products; to own
and operate sawmills, grist mills and cotton gins,
About 9 o'clock the girls returned and to deal in. buy and sell timber and timber
to the college to sleep for a few hours lands,. and to construct tram ways; to raise, buy
until tme to bid eac other goodbye and ll horses, mules, cattle and hogs and all
until time to bid each otherlive stock; to operate dairy farms and
in the early morning, poultry farms, and deal in general merchandise,
The Florida College girls went down and make advances on all kinds of crops, and gen-
to Jacksonville this morning to play rally to buy sell and exchange all and eve y
character of property, real and personal, and to
Riverside, and the result of this match ens into any and all kinds of businesses that
game is eagerly awaited here. Let us may be incident to, or connected with, or neces-
hope that our girls' elation over their y tothe proper development and conduct of the
a that our girls elation over their businesses of this corporation; to have. enjoy and
late victory will not be followed by exercise all of the rights, powers and privileges
the depression over defeat in Jackson- granted to corporations for profit by the laws of
ville, the State of Florida.
ARTICLE Ill.
Hon. W. M. Holloway and Miss Clem CAPrIAL HTOCI.
Hampton have returned from Wash-
ington, D. C., wherethey went to at- The capital stock of this corporation shall be
ington, D_.C., where they went to at- Twenty-five Thousand Dollars, to be divided into
tend the Educational convention. They Two Hundred and Pfty Shares of the par value
report an instructive and pleasant see- of One Hundred Dollars per share, to be paid in
sion. Many good speeches were made cash. or for and on account of services, labor and
property, at a just valuation thereof to be fixed
among them one by the President, and by the incorporators at a meeting held for that
encouraging reports given from all over purpose by the Directors.
the educational field.
IV.
Gen. Gilchrist has been shaking hands
this week with his Tallahassee friends. ExISTrNCE.
Everywhere one hears favorable pre- This corporation shall exist perpetually.
dictions concerning his candidacy and ARTICLE V.
he seems to have met with much en-
couragement during his visit here. orrancza.
Dr. Nies, the minister sent here b. The businesses of this corporation shall be con-
Dr. Nlesthe minister sent here by ducted by a President, Vice-President. Secretary
Bishop Weed to supply St. Johns parish and Treasurer and a Board of Directors, to consist
for a few weeks, preached last Sunday of not less than three nor more than five, and such
nand evening, and made a very other officers and agents as the Board of Directors
morning and evening, an made a very may from time to time provide. Any two of
favorable impression upon his congre- such offlca may be held by one and the
nation. same person. The officers so provided for
shall be elected at the annual meeting of the
The announced candidacy of Profes- stockholders, which shall be held on the fifth day
sor Buchholz for the superintendency of of December of each and every year. The officers
r Buchol for the supe tendency ho hall manage the affairs of this corporation
public instruction of Hillsboroughcoun- until the election of their succesiore at the first
was very kindly received by the peo. annual meeting of the stockholders, after the
I t t granting of Lettws Patent. shall be; President J.
e tht the A. McLaurin: Viae-Preidlent J. A. G. Carson:
man that first introduced modern and Secretary and Treasurer W.L McDowell, and J.A.
model system to the schools of the MeLaurin. J. A. G. Carson and W. L MeDowell
county, and his qualifications have Directors.
growrn wfith the broader Aied in> which The Directors shall meet annually immediately
brown with the broader field in which after the adjournment of the Stockholders'
he has labored for the past several annual masting.
years.-Tampa Times. 21st. ARTICLE VI.
HIGHER T AMOUNT Or INDEMTEDNE .
Mr. Hlbuem's Anneoucement.
The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
Mr. S. J. iUlburn desires to represent to which this corporation can at any time subject
old Putnam in the legislative halls of itself shall be Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars.
the State, so he makes his announce. ARTICLE VII.
ment in this issue. Mr. Hilburn is no THE NAMR AND REmIDENCU or suCIUEUt.
stranger to the voters of this county, The names and residences of subscribers to the
for he has for several years past played capital stock of this corporation, with the
a conspicuous part in the politics of the amount of capital stock subscribed for by each.
city. At present he is chairman of the are fol-ows:
Board of Public Instruction. in which J A. McLaurin, Blakaly. a. ......... hares.
capacity he is giving general satisfac- W. L G.McDowel. Blakely, Ga .......... Share
tion. He is aiso city attorney, and his J. A. McLAURIN.
ability as a lawyer us so recognized that J. A. G. CARSON,
he has long been local counsel for rail- W. L. McDOWELL.
roads and other corporations, and has -
represented them with much success in
many cases. Mr. Hilburn stands well cstio or ,
in the legal fraternity of the State, and r me Rt T. Wal, Jr.. a Notar Public in
as he is thoroughly conversant with the and for said state and county, personally appeared
needs of this section, hip friends believe J. A. G. Carson. to me well known to be the per
that he would prove as great a succes son wh subrhed to the fogoin opoed
lCh-artr, and being by me dly sworn did ac-
as a law-maker as he as m various knowledge that he signed the samae as and for his
other lines of endeavor.-Palatka News own free acset and deed for the uses and purposes
Herald. therein mentioned.
R. T. WALLER. JR.
Notary PubUe li and for the State ofat Georgia.
Chatham Coomty.
My cmissiom expires May 10th 1910.

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THE TRUCK DEMOCRAT.
J)m c. COLUM ltud r.
rULCD KVBMY nVDAY 3MORNINH

LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITIM5.

Dr. Thomas N. Evans. Dentist, office
p tairs, next to telegraph office.
one No. 257. 23-tf
Miss Kepp. who is just recovering
frmi a long illness, went home on Wed-
nesday to remain until her health is
more tully established. Durinr her ab-
sence her place as director of the school
of muse in the College for Women,will
be filled by MissRosa Smith, of Athena,

Rev. Dr. Sledd, president of the state
University, will preach here Sunday
mmrning and evening, first in the Meth-
odist, and then into the Baptist church.
Dr. Sledd is a very eloquent and f
ful speaker and the people of Talla
ree are always glad of an opportuni
to hear him.
The members of the music f
of the College for Women, who
to St. Augustine last week, hava
turned home. They report a
potable reception by the good of
te ancient city, and a very t
visit.
Miss Annia Craighill, of Ballore,
Mid., is the charming guest of MNs.Geo.
OWMr' George E'ewis, w home
lat week accompanied bter
Miss Mary D. Lewis, to the
Banker's Convention, ex his trip
to Havana, Cuba, returning way of
the East coMt.
The True Democrat is so sport
the Illness of Captain R. A. at
his residence on North Ca7
Tallahaseeans are so aecus to
associate the Captain with an
nce of health and spirits that it
unnatural to think of him as _
.muc.tmbed to disease. May hi- v-


i thO Crset Court. Second Judicial
Cire.it, Leon County. -lorida-In


mt, v. IL J. 3,.. Trustee &c.,tL. at a. ad-
mt.
IT AVING BMWN MAD7 TO APPEAR BY
m or o Gens P. eana. Attonwe-e-
r t I a*va aMned catmpinat. filed
1maim a" 111119th. I6 fthat a IMnda
& Ce1papwpaarallaa. is&awreidlt
a afa thaa the st ed Pwridavi: a
et a olma oft OmGat Britain and Ira.
eAn t- Nb peatisular raaideafe therin s
d ot the Defedat. Wartim.-
dai-ll3al-kylOssias a>: a
se4deat ad tah

do"Of'0a ga


kI At Gaoris; that th
MWiM. a earporation, ina
ei d the Sta te o f Teanme d
.asdm /is Neahvibs. Tenessee:tha
tLy J. A. D ris and J. J. Labry. as
under tAhe rm ma aof Dayries I ar
m eu p as tadstowother th*a the state
-wIt: presidents the State of Louiel.
t t their b reseidaee isa New Orieansk
that the Deendata. Eu o Ellis and
ay, a parare Wader t firm name
a0 Ma E era reaadeeta of a Staxt other than
e Stteoad Florida. to-wit: residents of t he State
af Lodisa a. and that their reaidnce is Naw Or-
teas, LoeLainal that the Defendant. 0. S. Kul-
mun, doing basinese nader the name of Savannah
Woedanware Company is a resident of a State
oer than the Stat*e of Ik Wa. to-wit: a raidant
at the State of Georgi. and that his reMidence is
Savannah .Cauria; that the Defenant. Parker-
ain Graeeary Coapanyr. UImited, a corporation.
is a resident of a State other than the State a=
Florida. to-wit: a resident a the State of Lous-
ana, and that its remideasee to New Oreas., Lai-
ana; and that the Defaldant. Schatt-MoreaC t-
thery Company. a eorpomation. is a resident of a
State other than the state of lorida. to-wit: a
resident of the State of Pennaylvana. and that ite
residence i Tatusvilla. Peoyivania; and that
haere to no per in the Stae of Forida the mer-
vic* of a ubponap upon whom would bind any oae
af aid named Defedants; sad that the natural
parsims named as Defendants above are severally
over the a *ef twentr-oa years.
It therefore. erdared that au of the above
am Defendants, eacept Kinasa A Company.
aforemaid. be and thy are hereby required to ap-
ato the Complainant's Bill of LCmplaint on
d. the a ccond day of March. A. U. IsM. aSad
that aed liefendant. tingn & Company, be and
k is hereby required to appear to th Complain-
sat's Bill of Complaint on Monday, the sixth
y a ri A. D. 1"J; and that thi order be
Pbloshe in Weekly True Deanicat" a
iewpaW published in the City of 'Lmiahaas.
Laew County, Florida. once a week for eight (80


ery be speedy and permanent. L an w A Company, and onde a week for four (4)
The True Democrat, with t emcuuve weeks as to and for all of the other
David Ellis' many other friend gl Daea"ats abovea m,
to les that he is steadily gam k W is rT.L Cork of the Circuit
to learn that he is steadily ga back cm.t of the Second Judicial Circuit of the State
his health. f Forida, Leon County. Florida, in Chancery.
t s______ al of maid Court, this l0th day ut Janu-
ary. A. 1). 190L
GUARD NS NOTICE. IsAL.) HENRY T. FELKEL.
Clrk of the Circuit Court Sacom Judkcal Cir-
Notice is hereby given to. wK it cuit. Laon County. Flort In Cha-cery.
may concern, that as Guardia of the A true copy
Estates of Nannie Lee More, gorrAton t-asbktar T. t oau. 4
Roes Moore, John Thomas Moo Ruth CA ko8dt court. 4-8t
Moore, Jessie Me Moore, and In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Moore. infants under the age ofty rcuit, Leon County, Florida-In
onem years, I will make applicat, to the chaer
County Judge of Leon county, Florida,Co a Coo.
at his office in the Court-house the g W AW oe Georgia. Corpu-
City of Tallahassee, on Monday. March min e, J. vans. Trust s. .. aet .. I*.
ninth, A. D. 1908, at ten o'clock a. m n., Sn
or as soon thereafter as can be heard, Yavw nG rea i MA TO ArPeABl BY
for authority to sell all of la t right teat t0 the shove named t Aa.-
title and interest of the above name am Januay aith.i; uia a co.Co
Infants, to-wit: Nannie Moore, is toa deent d a outry Smuer t a th.
Harrion Rons 1 a era. -wit: a rMloment a dthe MW-
e 2 SB< taroesia a-IidtOW f* utM"Lttits per.
Moore, Ruth Moore, J Moore atsomian to n l unal awaLt ats pm
and Moore. easi an wr.i..e wa wrt. shoe opan, a,
am Men iSa tra ldems as. ate outer Aat e the
M001- ldaI b-1wtA: a roeaseat e athe satfat a
and to the follo e led, am that Ito resade..ce a st. LaLso Mu*-
altated. lying and being in C eounD- i; at the U.eaIm e. A.M. hbi--a Ow...
.P s a ae, esuyisar a resitoaMdent 01 a staeotber
7, Florida, to-wit: = t 0 Se aatartierids to-wit: a iilnt ad e
All of Section thirty-four (34). And sfta dt aorogina. eas dat s rideaese Atitata.
also all of Section twenty-seven ( Gt), Geoerss; atne seeadeat. emaera.a MUla.
SSouth of the S. A. L. Railway;. ado eioet isa. resi t a a.tase ether t ea
aindtwo named Sections being in Town- siatne dTamees.d a at ta reideoace i Nash.
abip one north. Range one east. vi"e. Temnnes; tat heI l.i*aeeas. J. A. L.y-
The west half of th northeast h as in aM J. J. !.Lab ry. Paaunder U e nAm
me w a Darres & Lebry. are resamiut o a Statem
ter. The east half of the AIe nr sr nteef r ins..Ai.o rtaSt;...e
quarter. The northwest quarter thofieae 0@0S6 th-a -. a na n La u aasdagaase
southeast quarter. The northeast 1a m -nd rdaie~ May. a per.L ara.-
tr of the southwest quarter. Anda ra s mi m fat M ai Als"a aresmadests f
eo the southwest quarter of the f so,. i fe erdes. -wit:
et quarter lying north of the St. ti Mew or ams, heir
qMlieRoa&. And all of the sou o 0. Lme daema w.amineaeder
quarter of the southwest quarter, I heme IaMaea wodeimware imab. s
aorth of the St. Augustie Road; .fstthe m e teef eil ergaW. a
being in Section four (4), in To b-W a saws'f teas aea a O ean.l th athe
eme south, Range one east. Un-arh s. ea G erf e,
Utpart of the west half of UUEs s M-it ade t a te ethr
west quarter, and of the no eImN sd hl ntoht Its rsieme is.
Sof the southwest quarter Wimem. 6ela0om- .a tat teffeedeat.
four (4), in Township one s= .ac& A-? n P
Range one east aforesaid, as n iaw: a r ate f ate f t aM
Includad in the following limits, : "vei sad tha i is ToMte" Paon-
Begiat the northwest comer ofi l s.L AS risM iSn-- mh ewtso m
Section four (4), and then run east f W- W ed n u meA a o mmd Defedeants;
teen and .forth-eight one hu W tas te e Mral meda s owDe.d-
hans, then south to the St. A -0 am W JwS the age o tweas.
Road, and then westerly along I t ire ered that au of the above
St A ugustine Road, to the w es iWdm* as6 a i aa &oLw m" ".
boundary line of said Section four d .te lm M6d?&mplaint"'*
and then north on said Section line aB .econd dayMarch. A. D. 1s.a
the place of begging. ,. amQ d Difa-i Z m &Coeay. beand
The south haff of the south a w a d mehat enea .r o th s.xth
ter: and the west half of the ia it4o. u. am; t er b
of the southwest quarter of sisth- l *. T ar." a
east quarter of Section twe (21), Ei S c ais At*
In Township one south, east; eMseemse weeks t a.d tor SeSd dZ-aat
containing eleven hundred -aWety. sKiss F Cempey. a"eas e a week for fear w4
five acres, more or less. .l eeS.k tos a"i an et er
ELLA R. Moo n i eeary T. tL Clrk ora the reitA
Guardian of the Estates of Namie Cadtfesaed Jaial aCreit a the State
Lee Moore, Harrison Ross M re, g S M I a eset La i chaoafey.
John Thomas Moore, Ruth MaMi L A. a 5 UK a .
Jessie Mae Moore and EpMam M>Ma) ,ma T. aKML
Moore, Infants. ahe i Sealt y e aie Jaedionl i.ry
v '* % ^ a^, -**'*atr. -n cAamr=. .


CASTORIA
W laaN a AChlmn rtA LAon. County lorida, in
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WAsTrD Two or three
boarders. Comfortable
Sat location, modern convened
ply 144 South Duval street.
When the baby is cross

at a little
owa remedy for
M S wil quiet the
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so slates. Sam db


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Rp ain m td -a Dae imeis ae.w
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Leartothe Camplmlmee tIDadit.i
aa imy o ier eagia At t. De t ma Is

that taid DMleadeat e e *
ant's bi ad iir a eepwnin fw~at --4r
of April. A. D.Im and tmat 1-M Aw te .
mHahai fa a Wa lT as Demiest*a amam
utshed in %M tr Meat t-lahah lai
witIdnV. oaa weeo fr at aa-a
Cai e. and ome. a week a erWmm f

Wo.itA DH.uay e GD. aM h ad 10
Court ad the Saealy Jltg -a sto
the seal a aind Court, tis 3th day
[a A. ] HBENRY T. wlLe .
itv Leon counk t t ,o C h r Ca No


,- o- r.... .
A true copy
Attest-HENRY T. PERLL.
Clark asaid Court. 4Iw
In the Circuit Court, Secoad Judicial
Circuit, Leon County Florida, in Chan-
cery.
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insuraance Coap. a Car o.
porsution under the lawof Minassota. Complais-
ant, v. R. J. Evaaa. Trustee. Ac, t al Dafead.
ant.
IT HAVING BEEN MAD TO A AR
Record for the above A
herein on Janar AIM iS U O.m
pany, a cpLn. b a r -at aa mtry
other than the e tat of Florid t-uft a -I
of the Kindoam of Gnat Bri I asd. hbt
that its particular res mdece therat is inow.
that the defendant, WarLtlima-On-SwI Shoo
Company, a corporate, is a reieat a State
other than the State of i -wi: a mS ent
uf th State of Missourt ea n it rieehe Pis
St. Louis. Mweouri; that the Defedant A. M.
Iobinmo Company. a oriorat. is a ,esnt of
a State other than ethe of PUM.A. to-wit:
a resident of the State o Georria, and that its
redence is Atlanta. Georris that the Defendant
Cuaberlaid Mill. a orporaoi a residpt of a
State other thea the Stat of Florid~a to-wit: a
resident athe Stam Of a TenMeel and that its
rMuide ae I NAmhvilK. Tanmaa tht th D
fandaat J. A. Deaaa and J. J. Lri as art.
ae under theas a ime of Deriies Labr
are residents at a ftte other tea the State eU
Florida to-wit: midst ad of the Stae a Lo a-u
anLa, and tht rat treim eme Is Menw Orleat .
Lo"uistan that the Daefedata n aemlisa O. ad
Ferdiand May. e ste n under thea rn asna
of NW 6* i -rS-M- *e* a tateathr than
the State oatf rl sri to-wit: resideato ad the State
of Louisiana. and that thair reAideaM ia Now
Orievn i loisnans ha thea Dadeadat. 0. .t
Kulman. doing bunker undare the ime a soa-
veanah aodeawarsM m a Ia retideat t a
State otherdthma twMt eMtridat. ta -wtt: a
esideat af thSIat feaGasie. ad t tbi reat.
des is Savad nnah. Gme D; at t oDefendant

Parker- eiisGeeCeru easy. Ls a ecor
pere tis. o a ar naeid a Stas e a then the
State t rrid. -wit: a raidmet af t heState Of
a eiaaa.and tOn eMsidee is Now Oreasa
Loa sw. pI that a DAdeaeat Sahatt-Mr.-

gIese r a a w rm.eew a aerpewetie siIs a rsidid a
ad a Sa et mer iea the S m a, to-wit.
Ties of a -tpea-e a w-e- n ive w d bin dam
me aft ea maad ,at; and that ae nat-

It s trere. derd th a- ad of ae above
f Dmet Da nta. amept ame a Campay.
ts o term rin a ,* bi a Aa ,and .d nto aa
W. ea* on der at mnrt. A.A .1 aUend
thte meal nema. a A & Ca e.ew, a
aind i it her r eei tto hias Com.
esbillat o the elath
etas Ari Al. a Aoaued Mhr thaider he
p.hbw to w Te mr at.' a
epeer e ab l a ah d ~ oG had ea ai
Leas Cea-ty. riwi a a Wek w Lw t(
omecutive wha Mto ad i add- Wuaad
Lag..Cewe"". ad. a a week OW faver (a

WwkT. 01 th ddo Cr
Cany a fas eemsa Ja Marl a da d Staf
at s -s ,Laem Cmohmey. ml
the ael ad md Coees W ae a Jamue.y,
A. D.TsL
[san B mT T. ALEW.
aClrk a the Clreu amOot oeamd Jeeel 0a
A*it L* *aMt. riaMm kmiamerv.
A Wtee espy.
Attest- anUN T.F3I

NOTICE!

To the Ta Payers qf Leown Consty:
YOUB SPECIAL AT NTIOM ICA..LLEDn
to Seeaols, Chaper ae. UK aI^ r=adfor
whrain "it made the datye a every pwrn
owanig or harving the eatreL, meaa.emeat. .A d. &... ad property ad whueIar eharac k. un.
is mebjet to taStoa UMOder the law th >-a .
t oaa raaure at m forar auiata to tthe; .jr
A.emoer a Tua. eseaar eareA ilt. dare
ou have boust real property. b- .*. b to
ari r yowr deed tar am to have it .. -.fty
deseriad. For yuear pastel Nartr. i .11 a
SgWd to furnish you with tahee aje in.ai ASIX
tod'earibesam. As I am ato to c isar
hooks on April lat. I world ureaiy requM.L at
you futa sme with lor retars before that
dat&
WALUAAM 0. AKM.3.
A.mmor ad Tases LAe County.
TALU..aMasea. PfLA.. Jas. 15. 4S4t
M.aoe Credjrs sad Laetses.
NOT1CX a HMsY oI VNM TO ALL CRaD.
Jitmateseaft. dabribeseft anadto ail oes
having alas er dmIeI aa tinsat ta ..Wt
Mim raan Urees. deaed. ate ad Laun o da
lieridn to presemit msh eh a demauljw t
Uaadermstd wita tin y. tr m tiuit da0.

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Phone 133.


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Our stock of Griffon Brand Spring Clothing is more complete than ever
before. We can fit stout men, slim men, young men, old men and all size
men in the latest patterns and styles which are to be found in an up-to-date
line of clothing. As for quality-the Griffon Brand knows no equal. We in-.A


vite you to call and inspect this nobby line. Every suit guaranteed.

WALKER & BLACK.





Capital City Stables,

HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.


Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.

Heavy Hauling a Specialty.

Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country


Phone No. 79.


P. 0. Box 487.


All Accounts Rendered Weekly.


SBoilers, and Smoke Stacks
[q'nes, Boilers, and Smoke Stacksl


STanks Injectors,'

Inspirators,

Saw Mill Machdlery,

Shifting. Pulleys.

Hangers,

Engineers' andj

Steamfltters"

Supowls, Etc.


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SFORi GcOWSS. 3rd nSIcT.
7 thewvotrsofThird Corrsoasml Distiet
I m am s candidate fwr the nomintlon
to Osit ,i fro th Thir C D
S Wd tm Dmoamtle primarc to be
hald. I will emndir toe asm many of the voters
a wll hesa ibe during the campaign and earn.
the supptof the voterof this dis-
trlt. I will announm my platform in the near
futoue. Yours truly. D. H. MAYa.


FOR STATE ATTORNEY.
To the Democratie Voters of the Second Judicia
Circult:
The State Democratic Executive Committee
having been called to meet on February 11, form-
ally opeasthe campaign.
I hfelre ftomally announce my candidacy for
m-mlnatonm to the position of State Attorney for
the Second Jdicial Circuit, subject to the action
Sof the Dinratice voters thereof. If my former
administration of this offi ee has met the approval
of my people. I arnestly ask them for their en-
dorsement at the coming primary. I have had as-
msuranes from many who opposed me at the last
primary of their Intention to give me their full
and candid support for renomination, and that
they intend to co-operate with my former valued
friends and supporters to the end that my vote
may be a most matlsfactory one.
I appreciate to the fullest extent the confidence
my people have ever shown in me. I would that
my powers were greater that I might serve them
the better. If renominated my time and services
shall be theirs as they have been in the past.
Geo. W. WALKI3.
To the Voters of the Second Jndicial Circuit, com-
prising the Counties of Leon. Jefferson, Gad-
dmen. Liberty. Calhoun. Franklin and Wakulla:
Having concluded to become a candidate for
State Attorney for said District, I shall be very
grateful to you for your support at the coming
primary election-pledging you to fulfill the duties
of said offlee to the very best of my legal knowl-
edge, if elected.
I remain as ever, as in the days of the past,
when I went among you, pleading the cause of
true Democracy, when it was then necessary to
plead. Yours to command.
NAT. R. WALKER.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
Having served now for more than a year as
County Judge of Leon County. Florida. hereby
announce myself as a candidate for election to
that omflca, subject to the action of the Democratic
Primary. I pledge, if elected, a faithful and im-
partial attendance to the duties of the office.
B. A. MaSINNIss.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the
position of County Judge, subject to the action of
the Democratic Primary.
In making this announcement I wish at the
same time to thank my friends throughout the
county not only for the splendid vote they gave me
at the last primary, but slap for their many ex-
pressions of good will and encouragement during
the past two years.
If elected. I will perform the duties of the office
faithfully and conscientiously.
HOWARD GAMBLE.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I have decided to stand for nomination, before
the e-ing Democratic Primary election, for the
office a County Treasurer of Leon county. My
people have known me fora long number of yars,
knoow that I am fully competent to faithfully
S L ormthe duties of that office, and I solicit their
promising to abide by the results of the
S ry. Very respectfully. R. A. SHINE.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for nomi-
nation and re-election as Treasurer of Legn coun-
t. Florida, subject to the action of the coming
|Democratic Primary to be held for such purpose.
I wish to thank all of my friends for their past
confidence and support, and will appreciate re-
, ceiving again their future support for this office.
Respectfully. 'JoH A PEUINS.

FOR SHERIFF.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of
Sheriff of Leon County, and respectfully ask your
support for this office at the coming Democratic
Prinary. If elected I will well and faithfully
discharge the duties of the office.
Very respectfully.
WILLIAM M. LAJOGsoN.
FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of
Clerk of the Cheuit Court for Leon County. sub-
Ject to nomination by the coming Democratic Pri-
m ad respectfully asi your support for such
Ifnominated and elected, I will give my time
andbest efforts to the faithful performance of the
duties vrtalning to the office.
Vry respectfully.
HaNRY T. FaLKaL.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
To the Democratic Veters aof eon County :
I hereby announce my candidacy for the officeof
Tax Collector for Leon County, subject to nomi-
nation by the coming Democratic Primary, and
r spectfully ask your support for such nomina-
tion.
If nominated and elected. I will give my time
and best efforts to the faithful performance of the
duties pertaining to the office.
Very respectfully,.
W. A. DamILLY.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
Tallahasea. Fla.. Feb. 14. 10g.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I respectfully announce my candidacy for r-
nomination to the coffee of Assesor of Taxes for
L. County. subject. to the Democratice Primary.
-L .J, your past ktindnes and consideration. I
thank you very much. and will very gratefully ap-
preiate a re-election at your hands.
WILLIAM O. AMu.
S POR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN-
ur -, BTRUCTION.
- Wtm an tlh an, kas to the pple of Ln county
J the kind and encouraring a-is anee given m
a t improving the Puel cho of our F cn I
V aouncemyelf ass candidate for re-eletion to
the e or Count Hupriatend.Bt of Public In.
stucion of L-eon 5ty. Florida, subjct to th
If onord with aseaond term, I shall in future,
aI the past, devote my best efforts to the faith-
ful diseharg of the duties of the ofce.
Yours truly.
EDWARD BRADPORD ErmrL

FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION.
To the Voters of Less County. Florida :


for the eofSupervisor of eIstratIm of LaoM
County. sJbect to the action of the Dnocratice
SlmaryE I thank th vote n of Leo Jfor their
ast support, and will apprqdsto their support
Very resptfully.
SAMUEL P. CRAIM-


FOR COUNTY COMXISSIN3S.
fies Doomme ris Yeesrs d Cou~is
mu~se an W os r lwthe easeto


W I iiE~


To the D e Vote f the 6th Oo..-..
DaQto latm Coaat. FlorMa;:
I hweby assouace my cndidaw for tbepotibon
of County Cm kemar f the 1th Ce ia-
smonstteb t of Lon County, subject to the so-
tion of the acratie Priaw7y.
In making this my announcement I will my to
the people of Leon county that I feel gnrasteful to
them one and all for their past support, ad If
renomnated ad eleteId wUiln the future, as I
have in the pat, endeavor to discharme my duty
to th very best of my knowledge.
I am repectfully.
Wt LJAw A. Romiraa.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
Haviag does my very best to serve the people of
Leon esounty faithfully, tstsfactorily and well, at
the solieitude from a number of friends I have de-
eided to run for renomination as County Commis-
sioner for District No. 1, at the Democratic Pri-
mary Election. Thanking one and all for sup-
port.


Respectfully.


E. C. Surm.


To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I hereby announce meaif a candidate for Coun-
ty Commissioner for District No. 1. subject to ac-
of the Democratic Primaries.
Respectfully. W. F. YassoouoH.
To the Democratic Voters of County Commission-
es District No. 2. Leon County. Florida:
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of
County Commissioner for District No. 2, Leon
county, subject to nomination by the coming Dem-
ocratic Primary, and respectfully ask your sup-
port for said nomination.
If nominated and elected, I pledge myself to
serve your interests faithfully and well, and to
serve also the best interests of the people of the
whole county.
Yours very respectfully,
RICHARD G. JOHNSON.
To the Democratic Voters of the Third Commis-
sioner's District, Leon County :
I beg to announce that I am a candidate for re-
election to the office of County Commissioner for
the Third District in the coming primary.
J. W. COLLINS.
To the Democratic Voters of the 5th Commission-
er's District, Leon County :
It is by the continued solicitation of many of my
friends I announce my candidacy for County Com-
missioner for the 5th Commissioner's District, and
sincerely ask the support of all Democrats on the
19th of May. 1906. If elected I pledge myself to
the faithful duties of tl.e office.
I am yours respectfully,
E. E. MCDANIEL.
FOR MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL ROAIRD.
I desire to take advantage of this opportunity to
thank the people of Leon county for having hon-
ored me with two terms as a Member of the Board
of Public Instruction of Leon county, representing
School Distriet Number Three of Leon county.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-
election to the same position for the coming term.
subject to nomination by the Democratic Primary.
I point with pride to the great Improvement of
our white public schools in every respect, which
has taken place throughout Leon county during
the past three years under its present school ad-
minitration, and congratulate the school patrons
upon the many advantages in the way of better
teachers, longer terms. better school houses, more
comfortable school furniture, rood blackboards,
new patent desks, etc., which they have received
from the hands of our present school officials. I
rejoice at having been able to assist in this good
work, and pledge myself to do all in my power to
promote still further improvements in case I am
honored with another term.
Yours truly,
DAwsON BOATWRIGHT.
To the Democratic Voters of School District No. 2
Leon County, Florida:
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office
of Member of the Board of Public Instruct!on for
District No. 2 of Leon county, subject to r.omina-
tion by the coming Democratic Primary, and re-
spectfully ask your support for said nomination.
Respectfullik D. R.ICox.
To the DemocratiF others of School District No. 1
of Leon County, Florida :
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office
of Member of the Board of Public Instruction for
District No. 1 of Leon county, subject to nomina-
tion by the coming Democratic Primary, and re-
spectfully ask your support for said nomination.
If nominated and elected I pledge myself to
serve your interests faithfully and well, and to
serve also the best interests of the people of the
whole county.
Yours very respectfully.
JOHN H. PATTERSON.
FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRE-
SENTATIVES.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the
nomination as a Representative from this county
in the next Lerislature of Florida, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primaries.
JoHN L NELsTY.
I will be a candidate for nomination and re-
election to the office of Reprpesetative in the Leg-
islature for Leon county at the coming Primary.
and will appreciate the support of my frieoda.
A. 8. WLL. .
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County, Florida.-
In Chancery.
The Aetna Insurance Company, a corporation un-
der the laws of Connecticut, Complainant, vs. R.
J. Evans, as Trustee. etal, Defendant.
TT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
the affidavit of George P. Raney, Attorney of
the above named Complainant, filed herein on
March 6th. A. D. 1908. that the defendants Frank
Cleveland. Felix S. Cleveland, and Stonewall J.
Cleveland, as partners under the firm name of
Cleveland Brother, are residents of a state other
than the State of Florida, to-wit, residents of the
State of Alabama, and that their residence is Mo.
bile, Alabama; and that there is noperson in the
State of Florida. the service of a subpoena upon
whom would bind any one of said above named de
fendants: and that said persons named as defend-
ants. are severally over the age of twenty-ole
It is therefore ordered that said defendants.
Frank Cleveland. Felix 8. Cleveland. and Stone-
wall J. Cleveland. as partners under the fm

of Apil A D. 190; and that this order be pbsh-
ed oeea week forfour (4) eonecutive w k li
the Th Wekly True Democrat," a newspaper
shmd in the City of Tallahasse, Leon County.
Witness Henry T. Felkel, Clerk of the Circuit
Court the Second Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida Loon county Florida, in chancery, and
the eal of -id court, this sixth day of March A.
D. 150.
the cir HENRY T. FELKEL,
cuit, Lo county. Florida, in chancery.
A true opy.
Clerk of said court. 26w

In the Circuit court Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County Florldal.-In
Chancery.
The Georia Home Insurance company, a eoarpo-
ration under the laws of Georia, complainant;
vs. J. Evan, as Truste et al. Defemdent.
TT HAYING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
^ tbe~dvitofGeors g e Attorney
@the aboe amed omplainant, Sled *inme -
March sixth. A. D. 196,that the dseaiem~to.


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The ritsh America Assurance company, a corpo-
ration under laws of Kingdom of Great Britian,
and Ireland. complainant; vs. R. J. Evans, as
Truste. et al. defendant
IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
the affidavit of George B. Perkins. attorney of
the above named complainant, filed herein on
March sixth. A. D. 1906, that the defendants,
Frank cleveland. Felix S. cleveland, and Stone-
wall J. cleveland, as partners under the firm flame
of cleveland Brothers, are residents of a stateoth-
er than the State of Florida. to-wit, residents of
the State of Alabama, and that their residence is
Mobile. Alabama; and that there is no person in
the State of Florida, the service of a subpoena up-
on whom would bind any one of said above named
defendants; and that said persons named as de-
fendents, are severally over the age of twenty-one
years.
It is., therefore, ordered that said defendants,
Frank Cleveland. Felix S. Cleveland, and Stone-
wall J. Cleveland, as partners under the firm name
of Cleveland Brothers, be and they are hereby re-
quired to appear to the complainant's bill of com-
plaint, as amended, on Monday, the sixth day of
April, A. D. 1906; and that this order be published
once a week for four consecutive weeks in "The
Weekly True Democrat," a newspaper published
in the city of Tallahassee, Leon county, Florida.
Witness, Henry T. Felkel Clerk of the circuit
court of the Second Judicial circuit of the State
of Florida, Leon county, Florida, in Chancery, and
the seal of said court, this sixth day of March. A.
D. 1903.
[8EA..] HEFRY T. FELKEL,
clerk of the circuit Court, Second Judicial
circuit, Leon count&, FIlida, In chan-
cery.
A true copy.
Attest-HsINar T. FKUL.
2-6w clerk of isid court.
In the County Judge's Court, Leon
County, Florida.
James Measer. Plaintiff, versus Joseph Dcmean,
Defendant.-Asumpsit. Damage, 890.00.
JOSEPH DUNCAN. THE DEFENDANT.
and the other persons interested IS the above
cause. are hereby required to appear to the above
r titled action, in the above CouMrt, on Monday.
April th. 1906. at the court house aI Tallahassee
Florida
This March 5th. 1908.
JAMES MESSER.
3-6t Plaintiff in the above cause.
For Sale.
One Reg. P. China Boar, 2 year old,
$25.00. Six Shepard Pups, $6 to $10
each. G. G. Gibbs. o0-4t
Ring's Little Liver Pill wake up lazy
livers, clean the system and clear the
skin. Try them for biliouness and sick
headache. Price 25c. Sold by Cobb's
Drug Store. *3

March 6, 1908.
Dear Friend:
I like racky crackers very
much. The trouble with
many crackers is they won't
crack. You can get nice crisp
crackers in this town if you
know where to go. Then
your Mama can buy lots of
things for the table and save ,
herself the trouble of baking.
My Mama does. Isen't it
cheaper to buy these things
than to bake them?
Arrow-root, lhiland Husk
and all the good kinds.
Your friend,
JACOB.
P. S. You can get all these
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ithe seOixth day of March. A.
D"S I HKNRY T. FELKEL.
Ork of the court, second Judicial cir-
L4ait. Leoo SOoe wi in chancery.
Atteat-H-xamT Ir lIU..
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In the Circuit Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon Florida -In
Chancery.i Seon FJt O \ y

Compnat, vs. R. J. TL.
Defendant.
T HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY "
the aS davit of Geore B. Perkins, attorney of 9
the above named eomplaiuant, filed herein on
March sixth. A. D. 1i that the defendants..
Frank Cleveland Felix Cleveland and Stone- A
wall J. Cleveland. as partners under the firm name
of Cleveland Brothers., are resident of a State
other tohathe State of Flisda. to-wit residents
of the State of Alabama, and that their residence
is Mobile. Alabam D ;and that there is no person
in the State of Florida thWa ru e service of a subpoena
upon whom would bind any one of said above o
named defendants: and that said persons named __ __ __ __ __ __
as defendants, are severally over the are of twen-
ty-one vears. 9,
It is, therefore, ordered that said defendants
Frank Cleveland Felix S. Cleveland and Ston-
wall J. Cleveland, as partners under the firm name
of Cleveland Brothers, be and they are hereby re-
quired to appear to the complainant's bill of com-
plaint, as amended, on Monday, the sixth day of
April, A. D. 1908; and that this order be published
once a week for four (4) consecutive weeks in
"The Weekly True Democrat," a newspaper pub-
lished in the city of Tallahasse. Leon county,
Florida.
Witness. Henry T. Felkel Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the second Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida, Leon county. Florida. in chancery, and
the seal of aid court, this sixth day of March, A.
D. 190I .
AsAL.] HENRY T. FELK EL. A
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit. Leon county. Florida, In Chan-

Attest-HENRY T. FELKEL.
3-6w Clerk of said Court.
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon county, Florida. In
Chancery.
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