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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 27, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00162
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
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* 'Talmhaasee. Vrr y, HacNh i7, I9M

Wt *advrtawmants ar not I
` I Itn. this wwpas at any t f
n. -uw my oditemta or cruBtacew a
sle-. hbas~ eeapmred in it.
Hon. Albert W. Gilchrih A
liMds in this section of lid ery
day and all indication are that, will

Tbe Tampa Evening Nqyi7: The
death of Senator Bryan le Mr. La-
wer the undoobtfal leader so e-
torial rac-and he leads

wery ying tisenof i
Oaek.a over the death of Senate Wai
J. Bryan, and the deepest uynlpthy
oe frotm the depth of every h t m to
Sfam ly amd loved one.
Boo. Royal C. Dunn, di for
RaGroad Comanmii"e, rturn Tal
'lahassee yesterday, after a vi i Tay-
lor, Lafayette and Jeferson, ad re-
ports spland encouragement from
every point he visited.
BHo. & W. Clark qualified Tuesday,
Sas candidate for delegate to the Nat.
ional Democratic eovention from the
third congressioal district of' Florida,
and hewillbe elected, there being no
opposition to him. 1
The most popular gume at it,is to the
effect that Governor Broward will ap-
point Hon. M. H. Milton to sueeeed
Senator Bryan, that Mr. Milton will
not be a eadidete for cto, and
that Governor B ~ oon an-
nonace as a esodidst L. Senate,
and then, oh, well; b bpe defeated.
The Wauchulls, Advocate
says: "We would not undertake to in.
tredoee General Gikhbrist to our read-
ers. Eveybody in Florida knows Gil-
christ, and those who know him best
am the ones who know him to be a big
hearted, liberal minded eitise who
would make Florida an excellent gov-

Te Committee appointed by the leg-
idature to investigate the Internal Ia-
pwment Fund, at a meeting In this
eity,last week,before adjourning deddied
to bave printed five hundred copies of
their ftndgs, onecopy to be ant to
each member of the legisIatr d the
vest to be at the disposal of th ll.
tor. The report will be ready about

The Lakeland News hereby phati-
ealy protests that it is neler a
ernckoo" nor a "pee-wee," asd we
tand ready to kick the pants the
tst blank nature fakir that inibts
we are either.-Lakeland News. Well.
then. you must a beoo-do, so tsahthat
Brother Heathenngtoo! As for, olea
we do not care a rip whal edaisles
uay choose to call us, be dare one
of the darfigs to a toput that
"cow-hide" on us, that Zm

The Advocate is devoting very little

Mpce to the candidacy of Gen.Glhristt,
or thelimple fact that this i a local
popr and the General is known to
ashet every ome of our Flord readers.
me wMM receive ninety per enat of the
vote of thi part of the m nty and
the wbo vote agalsd him wMl do so
though pregjp Oe and notti anmy one
Is'ay w=ouM dhaqe thb la his
hm eeaty Ge Gilebriat 6 kewna
fbmd-mRded mn, Mad -at l the
,af UEJm h wit a minwh would
% Mp --fw
Tettw, aft Rheam a nemMa.

"em amsesas r M

oft rfapbus

The high rates of taxation, the direct
eonsequenee of the wild etravagance
of the "Broward Legislature" of 1907,
is becoming more and more oppressive
and unedurable.
The people, at first, were disposed to
secept the situation with something
like cbeerfulness, became much money
was equire, d te real &sigSance of

Sof unlawful ad unrighteouates claims
l rolwet. But, later it aPW
to dawn u the approi publtions made
t now seems qpurpoite certain thad to be
the signific and tce of real sionditioanceof
underw p the le law, opening the dooryke
and there assciateasury to a perfect stderu-
gle of 186, unlawful and unrightallin yeok claim
began to dawn upon the public mind.
It now deem quite certain that theo
Democrats of Florida, awake at last to
the their lance of active rcopresentstiare
arsuch sed aunworthey have not beenmadsince,
under the leadership of Bloxham, Dyke
and their actioiates in the great strug-
gle of 1876, when the calling yoke e that of
Republican domination waya thrown off,
adentd land ow ders we are permitted to

quote from legislatters, such as are fre-
such unworthy men as have made the
present conditions possible. The legis-llows:
lature of 1909 will not resemble that of
one. The people wilasee to it.
As"I an illustration of the way the new
order of things in regarded by non-resi-
dent land owners we arh we oulpermitted seto
quote fgivm letters away, suchas are fre-
quently received by the tax collector of
of this county, an follows:
"Fad every ncloedty in the$-- for my state and
county taxes. Shoimla lett you hear of any-
one deluded tingd to buy please give them
my address.V
I am surprised that my taxes are so
much. I wish we could sell,
or rather give it away, as we will have

Doubtless the tax collectors of al-
most every county in the state are also
timeivingts, have succeeded n beguiling
"There's a good time omingcy of diswhen
the deluded advice a unthinking element of
our population realize the fact that a
lot of self-seeking demagoges, bditio
shrieking against the corporations and
by shouting other purely poliaticot sen-
timents, have succeeded in beguiling
them into the mistaken policy depof dissent
carding then upn the and services of those
who once received their highest praise
for redeeming Florida from conditions
very much resembling the conditions
which now oppress and threaten them*
and replacing those devolt ill patriotme,
with a collection of uncr wagupulous, self-
seeking place-hunters, whose chnowie holdpur
pose is to domirote every department
of our State government that they
may fatten upon the substance of the
people by unjust and iniquitous taxa-

Soonr or later the revolt Will come,

the people of Flordaby the throat Di-

Among those who have been spoken
of as a good asidete for the Corp-
troller 's offee in prmres tis year
is Henry T. Fdker, of Tallahasee.
Mr. Felker is as well qualified to hold
this position as any man we. knw of
and should hisr induce a to
make the race, he will prove a most
formidable opponent to tLie present in-
eumbent-uve Oak Democrat.
That Hon. H. T. Felkel is qualified to
hold the position spoen of above, or
any other position of trust and honor in
the gift of the people, no one who
knows him can doubt, but he is an-
nounced for re-election to the office of
clerk of the circuit court of Leon coon-

ty, and being not likely to have any op-
position, will not be a candidate for
comptroller. Maybe, four years from
this time he may be persuaded to try
for a cabinet position. In the mesa-
time CoL Thos. J. Appleyard is being
considered about over the State for a
place in the cabinet.
It is recommended that General Gil-
christ seek out and marr "some hand,
some, mart widow" bep him in his
campeim ? Why should he be restrict-
ed to awdow? and will not his matri-
monial baimes be better after he gets
lto that maoM. at Talaheea.
Nab Gard Herald.
Sure MIelI And we will help him
get her, when he is Inuguratsd gov-
rort, and we believe she will be w
lectedtfol a inmWe ow charmig Talla-
WIabw a"- i am e Wee

tee of Hillsborough county answers it
as tollows:
"Whereas, It has been the custom in
thii State for many years past, sanc-
tioned by and a principle of the party,
for the Chief Executive, before making
appointments to political offices in the
several counties, to consult with the
Democratic Executive Committee of
such counties and give expression to
their recommendations, as voicing the
wishes of the people; and
"Whereas, during the present State
regime, poitical *nointments have
been m by the Goveror in this
county, without coneultption with or
consideration of recommendations of
the Democratic Executive Committee of
this county; and
"Whereas, This body desires to put
itself on record a being unalterably
opposed to such arbitrary and autocratic
exercise of such executive power;
therefore, be it
"Resolved by the Democratic Execu-
tive Committee of Hillsborough county,
Florida, That this body hereby con-
demns and denounces the action of the
Governor in arbitrarily making appoint-
ments in the county, ignoring, as he
has, the wishes advice of this com-
mittee, as being unprecedented, un-
democratic and unjust to the good peo-
ple of this county."
There was also some hot shot thrown
at the Governor, in speeches, for the
kind of polities that is played into pub-
lice affairs, which It is not necessary to
reproduce to give evidence of there be-
ing a "Big Machine" in Florida, with
Its present head at Tallahassee.
The Sanford Chroicle presents a
view of fitness for offie of candidates
which is worth aulidering: "In sizing
,up the candidacy of any aspirant for of*-
Ae", it would be well to always remem-
ber that you are considering the em-
plogment of a servant. When you hire
a man to look out for your own indivi-
ual business, as a clerk, bookkeeper,
muger, etc., you don't always hire
him on account of ibs popularity or good
looks, but prinlpally for his peculiar
tieses to bold down that position. The
veter should eerses the asae maod
judgment in select a public servant
ashe weldinlif g a servant for
hims in es m biltial busiest."

I shp Edwi 0_ Weds aped ing


hae dif with him, had
to bells his sincere se a nd
above a honest in b s tteranceist, b
when hbeomes pdata ao euloga
ae John John Sdetlaretohim too
eamko wwe t and tu lsmrtw

elves a seve jolt.-- andte
ep M* to set the bet

but you a mistaken in our ever ,ninl
jand ea"s that the Demo-
matwin thavt we would support Gilrist, be.
"Haue h bnleves John CStockton has too
oed to Broward and the preent advery
ceives a severe jolt.-Manatee Record.
iSory,ided, tolo, before won to the
buret yo are mistaken in our ever tion to
mating that we would support Hon. J.
N. C. Stocktoo. We did have the fol-
lowing to say of his It candidacy, how-
ever, in our issue of Nov. 16th, 1907.
"Hon. John N. C. Stockton has an-
nounced for Governor, and he very
wisely did too before gNing to the
idate, which the people of Florida will
take in the beat taste. It makes no dif.
ference who of us may now or have in
the past opposed Mr. Stockton in poli-
ties. all will have to admit be is a can-
didate to be vernor of Florida, who
will have to be reckoned with; that he
is strong and popular, and that if he
should be elected governor, will be a
great improvement, everything consid-
ered, on what we have had with the
Jennings and Broward administrations.
In plain words, we believe he will come
nearer being the governor in fact. Few,
if any, men have ever heard of Mr.
Stockton being "bossed" or "influ-
enced" into a thing contrary to what he
thought was right.'
We do not take a word of it back,
and will now state that so long as he is
a part and parcel of the "Three Friends
Straight-Out Jennings-Broward Politi-
cal Machine" combination in Florida, it
would be extremely dangerous for Flor-
idians to elect him governor of Florida,
and that Hon. Albert W. Gilchrist, is
the strongest and best man with which
to defeat machine politics in Florida,
and we believe he will be elected gov-
ernor. Gilchrist is riding no hobbies,
is connected with no schemes, and it is
truly refreshing that he is not a DEMA-
GOGUE. Gilchrist will be the next gov-
ernor of Florida.
By the way, we notice that Governor
Broward has recently removed the
sheriff of Hillsborough county, charged
with drunkenness, and appointed a so-
ber man in his place. Is that also some
of the wicked work of thai Tallahasee
"machine ?"-Pensaccla Journal.
The Democratic Executive Commit-

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GOVIRNOR ENTERS RACL. Perso als fem TInes-Unal, 2th.
Mrs. Napoleon B. Broward, Miss
OiclaUy Anseunces In Jaclseanvlle Broward and Miss Elsie Douglass came
NetrepeUs. for the funeral services of the late
Governor Napoleon B. Broward has Senator W. J. Bryan. Mrs. Broward
entered the United States Senatorial and her s ter, Miss Doulass, coming
race, having decided to become a candi- from Tallahassee, and Mis Broward
date this morning. After he arrived at coming from schooL .
this decision he issued the following Mr. W. B. Crawford, editor of the
statement for publication, which he at Pensacola News, was among Floridians
once sent to the Metropolis : meeting Jacksonville friends yesterday.
0 sHe stopped at the Aragon. He came
To the Great-Hearted People of Flor-^ t atten the funeral of the late Sena
ida :t t hr t"
Though it seems a harsh thing to do Bryan, who was his warm per"o
so soon after leaving the graveside friend.
Senator Bryan, whom we all loved and i State Chemist R. E...Rose was in
rejoiced in honoring, and who had so city yesterday, from Tallahassee, to
grtl honored us y the example set attend the funeral of Senator Bryan.
by him in his brief young life, never- e stopped at t he Aragon.'
theless, life is such that it is necessary Mr. John L. Neeley, on. of Tallahas-
eless, lfe s do h or s bestknown citizens, spent vester-
for us to go on doing, thouh our .day in the city, and attended the fun-
hearts are laden with grief. ral o=, .l
Thoee who are nearest and dearest toral of Senator Bryan. He registered
him have expressed the wish that I at the Aragon.
should take up the fight, where he was A Hh...r Lve.
compelled by death to lay it down. ..I have reached a h er health
Some have made their wishes known "I have reached a higher health
by letter, others by telegra, while level since I began using Dr. King's
others have met me and made their ar. New Ufe Pills," writes Jacob Spring-
guments, fac- to face; many urng er, of West Franklin, Maine. They
that it was my duty to the people of the ki p my stomach, liver and bowels
State. working Just right.' If these pills
Responding to the wish expressed by disappoint you on trial, money will
our great-hearted people, I have con- be refunded at all drgglists. 25c.
eluded to be a candidate for the nomi-,
nation for United States senator in the! Sixt elecl Cloed. -.
coming Democratic primaries now so Beginning April lfth, to September
near at hand; and my reason for stat- 15th, except Saturdays and railroad
ing at this early hour this fact, is that pay-days, the merchants of Tallahassee
the time is very short before the pri- have agreed to close their stores at 6
marie. are to be held and if I am to get o'clockin the afternoon. This is as it
the information to the people ot Flori- should be, and the merchants and clerks
da that I am a candidate, it is neces- are to be congratulated. Customers,
sy to start at once. generally can always secure the neeus-
To be senator is an honor; to be a saries before that hour, and very one
public servant is a greater honor; to be should hae' some hours for pleaure
senator and a public servant is the and recreation during the summer
greateet of all honors that the people months.
of the State can confer or to which a Mr. E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton
aon of the people can aspire. It ia Mry E.E. Caamo rlafnol i Artuon.,
ambition to be both your senator and M_- .,. o buckleD*. l"l
your public servant. Salve. "It does the business; I have
N. B. BROWARD. used it for piles and it cured them.
Used it for chapped hands and it
All kinds of rumors are in the air as cured them. Applied It to an old sore
to who will get the senatorial appoint- and It healed it without leaving a
ment to succeed the late W. J. Bryan scar behind." 25c at all druggists.
to fill out the unexpired term ending ^^^ ^^^^H lebrad
March 4, 1909, but the Governor is not gDr. Hermon ier, the celeb
ready yet to give his hawn away. German eye expert, spent last week in
redy yet to give hi hand aay.this city, with headquarters at the Leon
Editor Griffla, of the Fort Myers Hotel where he examined the-eyes and
Breeze is the happy father of a sweet fitted numbers of our citizens with e
girl baby, which was born in Areadia on glasses. All will remember the = I
the 8th. -Punta Gorda Herald. half-page advertisement he ran with s
wishes to you, friend Will, and may the eto wil svissit Sthis city S
i^uts- --wf ft k f i ,I D.m to wo i vslome oa beat it.sear..-
little Miss grow to be a good, u.e, the future and will always give l tOiee
Christian woman, and be to tou a hrohthisnewsppe
yourgood wife, your reatest Siing. fZ ofseUgM.-" -'-
and as sunshine into the earts of 1 THOU1ANDI PaRIaH
with whom she shall asoeiate in future Thou s prih every yar f
MM' a- -w consumption reseltla from a el .
The Faculty of the College for Wo- roley's Homer sa Tar aeres the "1M t
m- met together on Monday, and obsUnate racking ooghs ad es el
.raor' laetd yog senator, W v aets t ,a s m in mlt t
J. Balso Theoalle, a a token haa eured umad aseM of hniyen. ,..
of repettful Nna. .. to the Senato. r'slda a _. I. -.,-

to be a star 8 feet in diameter, at hoan to helphiM Bp .
was to be p .otograped when finise. lMr. W a. Ca.-
week to ij. .


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ini ,edtr of the Lake
rertavy of alo so-
i youo asp bake a stick
SMi State Presm Aaods-
i t a meret aoder, is ta-
Mgdsmled a midate for
giloMer. We know of no
imUi make a better Cop-
at when the women vote I
ahaB iave the ballot of the
I The Champion.-Arcadia

STre Democrat offers to jti
of the State press for thehi
the name of Hon. T. J.
of Lake City, for the post-i.
I a teComptroler. His interest
in mmyt for the advanement of
S i his poonal character has
wol for him an enviable reputation.
We know ot no man in the State that ii
mer worthy or more able to fill the
o~ee.-White Springs Herald.
St. Augustine Record says: "The
Talahassee True Democrat makes a
nomination that will be seconded by the
newspaper fraternity of the State with
hearty good wilL"
Key West Democrat: Colonel T. J.
App d's announcement for State
Cemptroler should meet with favor in
this county. While Secretary of the
Senate he was always friendly to Mon-
roe county's interest, and in his paper
he has never lost an opportunity to say
a word for Key West. If such
thin are appreciated he will poll a
e vete here. Monroe county will
ral to the support of Mr. Appleyard
a will give him a good vote.
The name ot Thomas J. Appleyard
has been mentioned as a candidate for
State Comptroller. If he doesn't get
the solid vote of the preso gang of Flor-
ida, then we are no prophet-provided
of course he makes the race.-Perry
Gadsden Times:-The True Democrat
offers to its brethren of the state preas
for their consideration the name of Hon.
T. J. Appleard, of Lrt C(ity, for the
position of State Comptroller. Like
other newspaper men of Florida, he has
ivyen corwlerable of his time and his
limited means to those things that tend
to the development of the state. His
recent exhibit at the State Fair at Tam-
pa of the resources of the northern sec-
tion of the state, in placing his own
county's resources on exhibition, should
give him the support of every man.
Politically, during a public life of over
twenty years, he has been clean and up-
ht. No man can point to a dishonor-
act of his. He would be a stroug
and would make a good officer.
say our brethren ot the state
? Who seconds the motion of the
rue democrat?
The True Democrat is wise in putting
ro. Appleyard's name before the peo-
Sle, and at this stage of the game we
are betting dollars to doughnuts that
Tom Apployard of the Lakd City Index
will be the next comptroller. And why
shouldn't he be? There is no one in
Florida better qualified to fill the office;
no one in the entire state who has fought
the battles of Democracy oftener and
asked as little in return?
Mr. Appleyard is a man for the far-
mer and business man also; he is not a
corporation man, neither is he a dema-
gogue; he is simply Tom Appleyard,
the next comptroller of the state of
The Plant City Courier says: We
like Mr. Appleyard personally but have
often disagreed with him politically,
but if it comes to a choice between Ap-
pleyard and the present incumbent,
ores to Appleyard and may he win.
The Times-Union says: Hon. T. J.
Appleyard of Lake City for the office
of state comptroller has met with the
endorsement of all the state papers
whom it has reached.
Washington Verdict: -The Tallahas-
see True Democrat suggests by way of
a change in the cabinet officers the
name of Thomas J. Appleyard for comp-
troller. Well, if a change is to be
made, Colonel Tern would make a good
successor, and should he become a can-
didate would find many willing pencils
of the craft to help boost him along.
He is held in high esteem by the press
fraternity of the State, and we doubt
if any aspirant would receive stronger
support from the newspaper boys than
S, The DeFuniak Herald quotes our par-
1 l aph and says "We do" in seconding
ao- th omination.
S Marianna Times-Courier:-The Talla-
lbasses True Democrat nominates T. J.
,Lppleyard, editor of the Lake City In-
l, for State comptroller. Bro. Ap-
pleysrd hasthe quellfieatons for filling
he, become a candidate his anay friends
e hout this state would doubtless
weaokbard for his election.
S Many of the State's most influential
- l' p have already taken the oppor-
B to edoree Mr. Apployard for
the pealtion meetioed. If he can be
to enter the contest he will cer- a potent factor, for few
m e m inln Ier esteem and have
w trisds. *lteIted he will per,

ma; Gemrg E Lewa, S. D. Chitten-
d w and Ordinanes.-Franela B.
Wiathrop, chairman; A. C. Spiller.
George W. Saxon.
Markets.-S. D. Chittenden, chair-
man; 8. C. James, Frank B. Winthrop.
Streets.-Pred. C. Moor, chairman;
A. C. Spiller, Geo. B. Lewi.
Sanitation.-8. C. James, chairman;
'S. D. Chittenden. Fred. C. Moor.
Water Works.-A. C. Spiller, chair-
man; J. D. Cay, F. C. Moor.
City Lights.-S. D. Chittenden, chair-
man; S. C. James, J. D, Cay.
City Cemetery.-J. D. Cay, chairman;
F. B. Winthrop, S. D. Chittenden.
Fire Department.-Geo. E. Lewis,
chairman; Fred. C. Moor, A. C. Spiller.
Buildings. -Geo. W. Saxon, chairman,
S. C. James, J. D. Cay.
Chief of Police.-T. J. Haws.
Police Officers.-H. H. Haws, and J.
D. Coleman.
Street Superintendent.-F. S. Henry.
Chief of Fire Department. -John G
City Health Officer.-John G. Ham-
Sewerage Engineer.-W. W. Perkins.
Cemetery Sexton.-W. D. Pratorius.
Cause of Stomach Troubles.
When a man has trouble with his
stomach you may know that he is eat-
ing more than he should or of some
article of food or drink not suited to
his age or occupation, or that his bow-
'els are habitually constipated. Take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets to regulate the bowels and Im-
prove the digestion and see if the
trouble does not disappear. Ask for a
free sample. Sold by Tallahassee Drug
Co. 0
The Registration books will be kept
open in each of the election districts of
Leon county from Saturday, March
28th, until Saturday, April 26th.
5-2t Supervisor of Registration.
Taxes shall be due and payable on or after the
first day of November In each and every year. and
the Collector shall collect by levy and sale, of
either real or personal property, all taxes that re.
main unpaid on the first day of April in such
manner as is provided by the Laws of Florida."
Please *e that your taxes are paid before April
the lit day. as I will enforce the law.
51-tf Tax oil sector.
Notice of Voluntary Lquldatieon.
meatins of the stockholders of the Taylor
County State Bank. held In the town of Perry.
Taylor county, Florida, on the 18th day of Febru.
a. 1908, it was determined by a vote of the stock.
older of said bank owning two-thirds of its capi-
tal stock, that said banking company so Into liqu-.
dation and be closed, and notice ia further given
that the said Taylor County State Bank i Mclosing
up its affairs. All creditors are hereby notified to
present their claims against the said Taylor
County State Bank for payment.
Done bythe order of the Board of Directors of
the said Taylor County State Bank.
By J. T. Blair. its Preesident.
Attest-W. A. HENDRY. Cashier. 1-t
Guardian's Notice.
Guardian of Francis Ann Whitehead, a minor.
I will apply to the Hon. B. A. Merlnnis. County
Judge of Leon county. FlT., at his office in the
county court house, in the City of Tallahassee,
Florida. on Saturday, March 28. or as soon there-
after as I can be heard for authority to ell undi-
vided interest of maid minor in the following de-
scribed land, to-wit: The south half (%) of the
NW and the NE% of the SWV of Sectiom 15.
Township 2 N.. Range I E.. except about 517-1000
acres on east side of said tract, being a strip
1 M9-1000 chains wide alone the east side of aiJd
tract, said body of land containing 114 6t-1000
acres, more or lesI.



Adminlastrator's Notice.
tic* is hereby given, that I the underigned,
N. B. Young. administrator of the estate of Emma
.G. Young. will present my accounts and vouchers
to the County Judge of Leon County. Florida, and
k for a final discharge as administrator of maid
estate, six months after the date hereof.
This 7th day of February. 1908.
Administrator of the estate of Emma G. Young.
Executer's Notice.
ties is hereby given that I the undersigned.
Charles E. Bradley. executor of the estate of Cal-
vin W. Bradley. will present my accounts and
vouchers to the County Judge of Leon county.
Florida, and ask for a final discharge as executor
of said estate, six months after the date hereof.
ThisNth day of January. 190.
Executor of the estate of Calvin W. Bradley,
late of Spencer. New York. 48-Sm

$100 Reward, $100.

The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to the
medial fraternity. Catarrh being* a
constitutional dea, requires a conati-
tutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting direct upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founds-
ton of the disease, and in the pa-
tient strength by building upe consti-
tution and waiting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so
tfath in its curative powothat they
0er One Hundred Do for any ease
It. faUs to care. Send forlist of
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Ate---tion Tbcor

Attention Tobacco Growers!


(Office in Quincy Florida.)

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Shingles and Laths from.

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you estimates'on any kind of

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sedm ted for the mwat yeIr f., and the Map
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Customs om Aamterda"m, Ga. to
Florida coast and numbered by -n-
rsds. And they are still coming as
before ome out of sight another is
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nflrie nmes wotTe or Weight is
sow. 0
"Kirk Munro" says: Florida i proe-
m nUy an agriculture state and
.ai.i. it* chief industry. The
hba U~ t of the fruitpowws is
absast the boes of insects. aphida.

stretion of his own crop, t of hi
tress, which they attack in leaf,
and root. He ltta them with
washea and
a thouuad one &OW in a miion-
one ant out of aeh billion. His ffo
wre axperAovaw more or l injurif,
and rkidulou in their inefmmciency n
spite of them he would quick be
vdratn out of business were it for
an army of trained allies, alr
yed, lea and taer ao tir
time to his service thout
I mean, of course, the bthout
which our fair state would quickly be-
come not only non-productive but ab-
solutely union abb. A French
scientist has declared t birds
to cheek the ravages of human
life would vanish fro Ius planet
within the short space o as yr
and I venture the preditat half
that time no one of us lie in
Florida were our birds to lave
for places where their are bet-
ter appreciated.
In our inconceivable folly we of Flor-
da never hesitate to kill a bird, if
sealed with an 'iltr-tion to do so. A
little gray-ooated chap, flitti from
tUesto trea in search of the tacts
that are sapping their lift *ers a
tempting mark, and we away
with a twenty-two rifle, j ons 6 il
wecan hit him. Tokill him .seh an
expensive form of ammmn that it
would be more onomieal t our
rifle with a golden bullet amdtea Tt into
th sea. A fruit-grower sn a red-
bellied woodpacker sampling his ripe
peaches, and instantly deiarm a war of
extermnatio against the whbl family.
He had better retire from business at
onee and save the further xpeNOe of
caring for his orchard, for without the
expert aid of the woodpecker his efforts
can only result in failure.
A boy is allowed to catch a young
mocking-bird, or a red-bird, and sell it
to a tourist tor 0o cents. The state is
made atleast $100 poorer by the act.
It would be cheaper in the end to give
away golden birds of the same weight.
A meadow-lark, or eaeh one of a
coveyof quail, in a ..-are tomato
ael earna 10 in a M season as an
isaect-destroyer. we not onjy
shoot these birds N a, but we in-
vite our friends fand wide to
come and help us d them as
though y were a pest we are desir-
louto abate.
Besides the insectivorous birds upon
whose efforts we are absolutely depend-
eant for success in every branch of agri-
culture, thr ar ose of inestimale
value as tourist attractors-was there
ever a northerner in Florida who did not
listen eagerly for his first maekin-bird
song, or watch with delight tbo fhng
ofapelican? Ishenotwilling to spend
mssyv for the sight of a fla o, a
roseate spoonbill or a wood-ibis T-and
does he not exclaim with pleasure at a
- flas Ifulim e of a parakeet or a
o~npa l? He is wilg to pay liber-
a for such sighs aa a, WWand we
have given him ust cause to plain
of the absence of bird life aen our
coasts and inland waterwaA. A few
years ago these swarmed with birds
whose movements were of the greatest
interest to our winter visitor. Now
they are silent and deserted, spoiled
of a chief -ttrectowP by phunme and skin
hunters who have robbed us without so
much as saying, "thank you.'
We take every precaution to prevent
a thief from stealing even se most
tri of ofur possesios aP at the
same t make no effort to essuade
the gunnr from shooting the birds
upon whose existence depeda our very
livelihood. Queer, isn't it

"I! got even with this company in
good shape this moa remarked a
Codwat r citisen to a farmer friend
this week. "My gas bill last month for
and light was $UO and I made
amy.a d I would not put up with

**thmanth. M a bil is only
60 easts ths time," &akdthafore-
.d em as ba h a heia b.farmer
fdadLas 00 lltopary r tim wood
8-h. ^A- t dehu the
*wda-to save mai." Aa tha far-

have bmaJei k O ae m me. Won-
dar wboaT 4

is raalthe OMimaa the msi t

-ti BB a, ,s! ewer, a"o -
J,- hw -o wek.
!i W.s.!5

NM. Fres. w. sanolse,
One of Florida's Shodes Sb
men at Pembroke C O"eo
veraity, has been the
honors from his athletic e agi
Oxford and Cambr=ne Univ
are to have a chamio ap a oc
various exert inses, a
others. o b sad short distance n


w. ..a.frai

Skisi distinctim for Mr.
Old am wold C40
both IA-1imie and a le to
American Rhoda men seem to be
more than able to hold their own in
athletic aports, au it is stated in Mr.
Buehholss letter to his father, that
they took three first places and one sec-
ond place out of a total of nine in pre-
paratory work.
These University contests are usually
held in London before an audience of
between sixty and eighty thousand per-
sons, among them being many of the
highest aristocracy. Even royalty it-
self often becomes a spectator of these
games made famous by an annual re-
currence of more than a century.
The Wise Man says, "A wise son
maketh a glad father. Translating a
"Wise son," as one who makes the
best of all his opportunities, Professor
Buchholz has scriptural authority for
being, as he doubtless it, proud of the
success his boy is achieving in tar-away
England, and his friends are rejoicing
with him._
A Cure for Misery.
"I have found a cure for the misery
malaria poison produces," says R. M.
James of Louellen, S. C. "It's called
Electric Bitters, and comes in 60-cent
bottles. It breaks up a case of chills
or a bilious attack In almost no time;
and it puts yellow jaundice clean out
of commission." This great tonic med-
oiine and blood purifier gives quick
relief in all stomach, liver and kidney
complaints and the misery of lame
back. Sold under guarantee at all
druggists. *
A Pe*psar Tallaa
County Solicitor George P. Raney,
Jr, announces his candidacy for re-elec-
tion to the office in today Evening
News. Mr. Raney was elected after a
remarkable campaign at the last pri-
maries and he has filled the office with
a high sense of duty and a diligence
that has been very effective in the
prosecution and the punishment of
crime. He is one of the ablest young
lawyers of Florida and an ornament to
the positionwhich he fills, aswelluas a
most active and untirring prosecuting
officer, conducting his trust without
fear or favor. His friends throughout
the county will lose no time in rallyin
to his support.-Tamps Evening News.
To have perfect health we must have
perfect digestion, and it is very Im-
portant not to permit of any delay the
moment the stomach feels out of or-
der. Takea something at once that
you know will promptly and unfailing-
ly assist digestion. There Is nothing
better than Kodol for dyspepsia, indi-
gestion, sour stomach, belching of gas
and nervous headace. Kodol is a nat-
ural digestant, anCwill digest what
you eat. Sold by all druggists. *
By reommamdatiop of the Executive
Committee, B. W. Hunter of Tavare,
has been appointed by the governor,
sheriff of Lake county, vice H. E. Murr-
hee, suspended.
FOR RENT.-2 connecting front rooms
furnished or unfurniumil suitable for
light housekpin, p e of or-
lor; 2 minutes walk from Post OInte
rnt vry reasonable, address Lao
care of "Democrat.' 4-t
should be studied by every parent If
your child is nervous, fretful, starts
in its sleep, Is pasty faced, has rings
under its eyes, always seems hungry,
is not gainings in weight, you can be
sure the trouble is worms. Whit's
Cream Vermitfuge is an absolute cure
for worms. Is its own pursgative. Sold
by Hardee-Smith Co. *
LOST-AGold Chain and Cross. Be-
twa. or at the Woman's Collage, a
sMasr gold necklace to which was
atta ead a small Roman gold croas.
Please return to True Democrat office
and sewer reward. G
----0 a -a if

BOW mandate me a Mear. e
stret early ommoit. tim express
office. Ala.amio bee o. fine tall-

oa "md-to-msa gamata for
m mBe display.
4-tW. H. U .
roaes Orino LaIMTv sI sold undr
a poastiv guarantee to ame eoes
Wi o mwy ftem at Ibdlg aif It
alils, the mautareA refI4d t y
mowy. What moeo ma m sol19
"old by all t&"s. i

pbm No.- & P.0.
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yver Day is a Bargin Day Wth U

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 necewy, as we have such splendid
values in GRANITE WARE, CHINA of high ae,
GT.ASq WARE thit is equal in looks to CUT L.ASq
and all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to
Our 10, 15 and 25c counter cannot be beat forVAL-
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

Im Sal.
My maw l (No. 2) outfit co tig
aof 1 -L aap-- r bo iler hose.
w be;~ 6 botogxam andl2
8 mileNSoutheWst of city.
Terms: $1PO for wbole Write or
appl to C. S&MC LAND
"B-t." eTalabhme, 1ia.

Go to i r' stalls amd sea
o wm a -0 d a

4g0ouV nm

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Why Not Go To


& CO.,

And Buy The Best?

Everything in Low Quarter Shoes

for Spring and Summer Wear.

Full Line of Panama Hats.

Latest Styles and Shades

In Neckwear for Easter.

Manhattan Shirits.

Shoes, Hats Hosiery.

Tailor Made Suits.

Men's Furnishings.

Tallahassee, Fla.

NEW 600DS.

Are arriving in daily bought at


right prices and will be sold at a
very small profit. .

Dressers from $5.00 up.

Beds from $3.00 up.

Chairs from SOcts up.

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


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If You're Hit.

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




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




"Cold eure"

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 on the mar-
ket. A trial will con-
vince you.

Remember we guarantee Satis-
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we sell.

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Hon. Jefferson B. Browne

Candidate for Governor,

Will address the


of Tallahassee and

Leon County.

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eridas mrs Wsth Their Weight it
"Kirk Monro" says: Florids is pro-
minently an ariulture state, ad
rutmuMal b its chief industry. The.
heat sof the fritrower i
aaiest the boards of ineects, apbide,

.iretionof his wn crop, at of his
trees, which they attack n leaf,
and root He fights them withniy
washed" and L-u&iLg --on, and eMha
I.cceedno in destroying one beetle out
a thousand, one aphisn a million,
one at out of each billion. His eff
Wre exiensve, more or less inji
and rkidielous in their inefficiency
pite of them he wo quick be
driven out of business were it for
an army of trained allies, al
94 les, ad to d s en
tume to his servicethout
I mean, of course, the b thout
which our fair state would be-
come not only non-productiva, ab-
solutely uninhabi A P French
scientist has declared t birds
to check the ravages of ts human
life would vanish fro this planet
within the short space o years
and I venture the predi cthatnhalf
that time no one of us ve in
Florida were our birds to leave
for places where their are bet-
ter appreciated.
In our inconceivable folly we of Flor-
da never hesitate to ki a ird, if
eised with an wctr-tion to do so. A
ittl gray-coated chap, flitti from
tree totree, in each of the-msets
that are sapping their life, offer a
tempting mark, and we away
with a twenty-two rifle, Ju s e e it
we anithim. To kil him web an
expensive form of am a that it
would be more economical to our
rifle with a golden bullet andOre t into
the sea. A fruit-grower soa a red-
bellied woodpecker mp hi ripe
peaches, and Instantly deelares a war of
extermination against the whale family.
He had better retire from buaMiness at
ones and save the further xpene of
caring for his orchard, for without the
expert aid of the woodpecker efforts
can only result in failure.
A boy is allowed to catch a young
moeking-bird, or a red-bird, and sell at
to a tourist tor 50 cents. The state is
made at least $100 poorer by the act.
It would be cheaper in the end to give
away golden birds of the same weight
A meadow-lark, or each one of a
ovey of quail, in a -acre tomato
feld earns $10 in a season as an
mset-destroyer. we not only
hoot tuhee birds o, but we in-
vite our friends o and wide to
com and help us them as
thoghm ewere a pest we are desir-
Beides the insectivorous birds upon
whose efforts we are absolutely depend-
ent for success in every branch of agri-
culture, there are those of inestimable
value aa tourist attractors---wa there
ever a northerner in Florida who did not
listen eagerly for his first anekia-bird
song, or watch with delight the fishing
ofapelcan? Ishenotwilling to spend
mMo for the sight of a flan o, a
rosiee spoonbill, or a wood-ibis -and
does he not exclaim with pleasure at a
. flain limse of a parakeet or a
ally for such sights s these, Wd we
have given him just cause to complain
of the absence of bird lifeamlog- our
coasts and inland waterway A few
years ago these swarmed with birds
whose movements were of the greatest
interest to our winter viaitom. Now
they are silent and deserted, dpoiled
of a chief ttrmctlop by plume ad skin
hunters who have robbedus without so
much as saying, "thank you."
We take every precaution tq prevent
triflingof our possessions, a at the
se time make no effort to bsuade
the gunner rom shooting the birds
upon whose existence depends our very

"! got even with th company in
ood shape this mant" remarked a
Codwater citizen to a farmer friend
thisweek. L"My gas bil last month for
k e and light was M and I made
ayndd I would not put up with

meesty canoth. My gaU is only
60 eeasts tes imen," ch ib theafore-
said s.dt.. as ha heade d i farmer
friend a OO billto pa Sr tihe wood
he had -sed to cook wth daring the
.ash. "A -.must as a brains

ytoh N .oths- e
have been a joke a a ems. Won-

WbB. als oTalshaa.n Te Democrat

~l by


Nr. Frit W. Iehhkel,
One of Florida's hbode Sm
men at Pembroke Co ,Of
vanity, ham been the ompee
bons fromn hi athletic eoUei
Oxford and Cambr; i. Uv
are to have a cha.apno aom
various exercises, UI,
other. ma"d habort distane n



e prood to boar of thestand-
F bei iM .** and slathletc, to
Anmia Rhoda men seem to be
more than able to hold their own in
athletic aport, as it is stated in Mr.
Buehhola's letter to his father, that
they took three first places and one sec-
ond place out of a total of nine in pre-
paratory work.
These University contests are usually
held in London before an audience of
between sixty and eighty thousand per-
sons, among them being many of the
highest aristocracy. Even royalty it-
self often becomes a spectator of these
games made famous by an annual re-
currence of more than a century.
The Wise Man says, "A wise son
maketh a glad father. Translating. a
"Wise son," as one who makes the
best of all his opportunities, Professor
Buchhols has scriptural authority for
being, as he doubtless i, proud of the
success his boy is achieving in tar-away
England, and his friends are rejoicing
with him. e
A Cure ftr Misery.

"I have found a cure for the misery
malaria poison produces," says R. M.
James of Louellen, S. C. "It's called
Electric Bitters, and comes in 50-cent
bottles. It breaks up a case of chills
or a bilious attack In almost no time;
and it puts yellow jaundice clean out
of commission." This great tonic med-
loine and blood purifier gives quick
relief in all stomach, liver and kidney
complaints and the misery of lame
back. Sold under guarantee at all
druggists. *
A Pepslar Tallahaseea
County Solicitor George P. Raney,
Jr, announces his candidacy for re-elec-
tin to the office in today Evening
News. Mr. Raney was elected after a
remarkable campaign at the last pri-
maries and he has filled the office with
a high sense of duty and a diligence
that has been very effective in the
prosecution and the punishment of
crime. He is one of the ablest young
lawyers of Florida and an ornament to
the ition which he fills, as wells a
mo active and untirring prosecuting
officer, conducting his trust without
fear or favor. His friends throughout
the county will lose no time in rallying
to his support.-Tampa Evening News.
To have perfect health we must have
perfect digestion, and it is very im-
portant not to permit of any delay the
moment the stomach feels out of or-
der. Taka something at once that
you know will promptly and unfailing-
ly assist digesUon. There Is nothing
better than Kodol for dyspepsia, Indi-
gestion, sour stomach, belching of gas
and nervous headache. Kodol Is a nat-
ural digestant, and-wll digest what
you eat Sold by all druggits.
By recommene*ion of the Executive
Committee, B. W. Hunter of Tavares,
has been appointed by the governor,
sheriff of Lake county, vice H. E. Murr-
bee, s1spded
FOR RENT.-2 connecting front rooms
furnished or unfurnibed, suitable for
light housekeeping, privilege ofar-
lor; 2 minutes walk from Poet Office,
rent ver7 reasonable, address Leo
care of "Democrat. 4-t

should be studied by every parent If
your child Is nervous, fretful, starts
In its leap, is pasty faced, has rings
under Its eyes, always seems hungry,
is not gaining in weight, you can be
sure the trouble is worms. White's
Cream Vermlfuge is an absolute cure
for worms. Is its own purgative. Sold
by Hardee-Smith Co.
LOT-A Gold Chain and Cross. Be-
twon or at the Woman's Colleg a
sander gold neklace to which wa
attached a small Roman gold croas.
Please return to True Democrat offie
and sewIre reward. G

My elem!s.b usese binesi s
Wew carried M at SlO boKth Momroe
tre nearly o t the expre
ofe. Alem idel of te tail-
a dUMae-to-masmre gm'inta for
m en display.
4-t W.E. iFMaMD.
aers Orlao Lasat;e is sold Under
a postive guaraatee to OW eoe-s
nao, sti k -meadadh6 MaSh tro
sa y form of ldaeesdmn. f it
bala, the ma oafterwa ref 4 yo
maser. What mare*ea"O YON9
old by all brU sta.g
FORI NALK- ie* stgOe h
phoneM e.LP. O.. 3*m

Day is a Bargain Day With

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 necessy, as we have such splendid
values in GRANITE WARE, CHINA of high de
GT.ASS WARE that is equal in looks to CUT .ASS
and all kinds of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to
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




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My saw 1m (No. oUflt oing
of 1 a6-mape 2-horme-
of t timber lo
s8 is m at of city.
Terms: $ tor woe. Write or
apto .C. C C9CLaND

w -
Go to Ohhimir 'si tlss adm
the Reu Wa P
mare _e e4 l ar

Why Not


Go To

& CO.,

And Buy The Best?

Everything in Low Quarter Shoes

for Spring and Summer Wear.

Full Line of Panama Hats.

Latest Styles and Shades

In Neckwear for Easter.

Manhattan Shirjts.


Hats Hosiery.

Tailor Made Suits.

Men's Furnishings.

Tallahassee, Fla.



Are arriving in daily bought at


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.


J. E. THEUS, Propr.



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"eold ewe"'

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 on the mar-
ket. A trial will con-
vince you.

Remember we guarantee Satis-
faction on everything
we sell.

Holme Dru G6o.,
Talla*bass*e Pl.

Don't Holler

If You're Hit.

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




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Had A Great Big Splendid Sale Yesterday,

And its going to continue tomorrow, in fact through

till Tuesday night.

If you couldn't come yesterday, or didn'tcome in time,

be sure and come tomorrow.

You will find interest-

ing values of the Sterling, unquestionable--just as ad-

vertised DUVAL kind, in every department.

Where the articles advertised did net hold out, you

will find the depleted ranks filled up with new, fresh

and equally attractive values.

Violet Brand Sale--a

new kind of sale--new

kind of merchandise--new kind of prices.


P. S. Did you


see the 59c the dozen values?

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THE TRUE DEMOCd AT 1 osst noolt sont Bi-a-am.*f .Ton't bay a LW Robe before seeing Te Jeae
Tens of thousands have laughedat What a difference the My stock, J. D ay. 40 Te t2 h s&AI t at
JOaS M.COLLIS. uher. James T. Powers, the comedian. His handshakeM of diff I*{ Judge P. S. Thompson of Quincy, i! i sPl te -
latest success is the musical extrava- The green hand at th mesthe ruest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. S .
PURLAusmIID VRY FRIDAY MORNING. ganza, "The Blue Moon," the song hi gives you a jerk and off to o the Spiller.
S ... of the piece is "I'll Marry you to Make next ma1n. Or he 'W be so~ k"r- There is hidden opportunity in theI S l 8 nad ... W
Mothers' NeetNag. a Home for Mother," sung by Clara raised that he squeses the little hand daily drudgery, "Cleave the word an A"n- W.
SThe attendance was so good and there Palmer and written by Herbert Ingra- till the owner almost cries in pain. thou shalt find me; lift the stone and' raekh anoM-et ........
was so much interested in the Mothers' ham.: The sheet music of the song, as Sometime, the new candidate Just here am I." 5 se- -P,
meeting recently held that the Evan- published by Shapiro, New York, has uces the t t o The Banner of Liberty prints no un-' ForiilHUbt-Fttnn::::::::
eli.tic committee feel encouraged to enjoyed a large sale. The words and the oid vetn. His handshake is cor- clean or objectiynable advertisi Nei- .iwI .. B.-i.ak
oldanother meeting of thenmusic complete of "I'll Marry You to dial-not nor too soft, not toocenotb aeriigNi-R.w'sNaturalAwa
nod rndyand Make a Home for Mother" will beg.ven,..^. or There is a difference their does It print whiskey ads.-Jasperkeyads upiar--Coimsa's lmuitsat.
will endeavor to have the proramme Make a ome x or Mother will be given te ake o the wo wo are Banner of Liberty. Civil Goveum t-Te 's iva' 00
even more interesting than ast. with next Sunday's New York World. t,-e s-ake of th-e two wh-o are n-t..
Th m t- e hld ith tist n past masters in the art. Old men Rings Little Liver Pills for bilMS Al~sn-Milw' Hish ksha......
This meti be held in the Baptist Kodol us that men forgot their troubles ness and sick-headache. They clean l1_ _F'"Ir_ N.. ...-.s
cc on Ponay mern soog, M pr.- most all n after having the eeress Wm. D. Blox- the system and clear the skin. Price assa M S t......
aer criotue. references on instruction of s A as dyspepa, ham gvlye one of is cordial grasps of 26c. Try them. Bold by R. W. Cobb
of hikren, soo, correction of children h sour tomach and belch- that nd that pressed so ma ms Drug Co. 3 A Car *of ThaneU,
So r .gas. Kodol contains the same of the loyal and unterrified. is cam-
rewani of parents. song, prayer, found in a healthy stomach. paigns were remembered not only for AGENTS WANTED!-16x20 crayon por- I wish to thank the many fri
lrem ,prayer. All persons s pleas ant to take. It s gr that eloquence that was so pcul traits 40 cents, frames 10 cents andup, their kind assistance during the
ia invitedin thise reat subject are anteed to give rllet and s sold here his own, but byhis cordial handhkes. sheet pictures one cent each. You can and death of my husband, W,
ay invi to. resent. .. by all druggists. And who could d forget that younger make 40 per cent. proOt or $86.00 per Moore. May ,e who "doeth al
vangelistic oW.. U. man, Colonel Bob avis? His hand week. Cataloue and samples free. well" reward you or yourser
.'ar^ of Tha S.He.a. S. H. lelten Dead. shake was just as cordial as that of the Frank W. Williams Company, 1208 W. MaR. W. G.
A C of Th s. .r gifted son of Old Leon. Still, it was Taylor St., Chicago, Ill. -4t Tallahassee, Fla., March 25, 19(
We truly and sincerely thank the His friend all over Florida, particu- different. Pat Murphy, Senator Talia- Hon. George P. Raney announces in Every Hour of the Day
many friends who helped and aied larly those warm ones he made while ferro's friend, described the difference, tod issue of the Times that he i aour o t Day
urrother, WalteforG.Moore, during herepreented D.uval county in th according to his interpretation. He candatetosucceed himself assolicitor The Capital City Drug St8
is lae iless, a or e sympathy, legislature, are ne ta once said: "When Governor bloxhain of the county criminal court of record. reliable druggists of Tallahasi
love, and kindnesshown and his d Jacksovith. The following we take from shake your hand, he makes you feel The Times presents this announcement having calls for "HINDIPO," t
r^family at his death and the Jacksonville Metropolis, 24th: that he wants you to be his friend, with sincere pleasure and believe, that Nerve Tonic and Vltalizer.
Our sorrow and grief i. our great Stephen H. Melton, one of the best- When Bob Davis gets me hand he im- it will be received with satisfaction by Nervous Debility, Insomnia, R
loss will always be mingled with feel- known and most popular citizens of presses me with the solemn truth that the best element of the citizenship Lost Vitality, that they are
ing of gratitude for the many loving Florida, and for thirty-eight years a he is my friend." Pat was wrong to I throughout the county. Judge Raney under a positive guarantee.
acts of friendship and affection shown resident of Jacksonville, is ead. 'draw such a conclusion from two of the has made an able and fearless prosecut- Its merits are becoming tl
us n our sorrow and bereavement. The end came peacefully this morn- most unselfish sons of Florida. Still, ing attorney and has won the admira- of the town and everybody wi
May He who rules t ,Universe re- ing at 3:30 o'clock, after an illness of it illustrates the fact that there is a: tion of all who believe in the enforce- try it, and why not? It costs m
ward them for the 'a eM so gladly several months, and while his demise difference in the shake. -Arcadia meant of law. That he will be nominated it don't doyougood-noto
performed and so high appreciated by has been expected by his family and News. for another term by a handsome major- They don't want your mane
us. immediate friends for several weeks, .......... ...ed d e
MR. and MRs. MAW F. MOORE. the shock is not less intense. Tired mothers, worn out by the pee- ty is practica y assure -an Ti no does not benef t you, and will
MR. and Mas. LBi. "Steve" Melton, or "Uncle Steve," vish, cross baby have found Casca- more than he deserves.-Tampa Times, tally refund the money. Try
Tallahassee, Fla., Marc 1908. as he was familiarly known here and sweet a boon and a blessing. Casca- ManZan Pile Remedy comes ready day. For sale only by the
Holloay Is ana Celsewhere, occupied a unique place in sweet is for babies and children, and to use, put up in a collapsible tube druggists (50
aBehewy is a Ca the hearts of the people of Jackson- is especially good for the ills so com- with nozzle attached. One applica- To et or Lease.
Hon. W. M. Holloway, Stte uper ville. He was one of the biggest-heart- mon in cold weather. Look tor the tion proves Its merit. Soothes and
intendent of public instruction, wo ed men that ever lived, and during his ingredients printed on the bottle. Con- heals, reduces Inflammation and re- My four brick stores, south
candidacy for renomination has been career in this city the unfortunates,the tains no harmful drugs. Sold by all lives soreness and itching. For all market, will be for rent or less
known to the public for several months afflicted, and the charitable institutions druggists. forms of Piles. Price 50c. Guaranteed. 1t Appl to J W.Ferrell, 75
is now officially a candidate to succeed always found a ready and willing bene- S old by R. W. Cobb Drug Co. S ginia St., P. O Box 327.
himself, as indicated by the following factor. His charity and benevolence His Wife helps. EdI John High of the asper gan- LOST.- Pair ox a3 i
letter kn class o and h Editor John High, of the Jasper Ban- LOST. -Pair of eyeglasses, in
le Tallahaee, Fla. Mter: knew no class, or color, and he was W.B. Lamar is getting nice pressne of Liberty, speaks thus plainly: case. Finder will confer a fa
THn Ahr Fla., W a b1908useemingly happiest when he was con-'otice. from many pers that are not
Hon. Arthur T. Will Charman tribut to the alleviation of human oting him. a winner nd "If our political affairs are not going leaving sameat Leon Hotel,
State Executive Co6m e, Jack-suffernga. u his wife is a great help to him. Every- to the devil in a full gallop then I would PP-
sonville, Fla. ^^(^^^M^^^ where they go the papers have some- be glad for some one to show me why Fosd A Plae.
My Dear Sir: Your favor of the 18th The Starke Telegraph (Speaker Mat- thing nice to say about them. Monti- they are not, and just as long as money
inst., enclosing a blank notice of candi- hew's newspaper) says: Hon. Wm. A. cello News. runs our politics the devil has got A newly married couple who
dacy for United States Senator and MacWilliams, of St. Johns county, and charge. Good men are kept from run- into a house on East Washington
State officers other than members of Hon. A. S. Wells, of Leon, have an- The power of the people in any com- ning for office because they have not were astonished to find that the
the Legislature, together with a copy nounced themselves candidates for re- munity, in any measure they desire, is the money to go into politics. Men ious occupants, who had mov
of the rules, resolutions and election election to the house of representatives. invincible when they present a solid seek office not for what that office real- some two months before, had 14
laws governing primary elections, has Both were members at the last session front, and undertake any work. Di- ly pays, for they often spend three hind a fine piano. They had take
been received. and both were notably strong figures in vided their efforts cannot avail and they times what the office would justly pay care that the gas stove went aloi
Enclosed find herewith my notice of the shaping of legislation. Hon. John are rendered impotent in their presence them to get in. Have you ever seen a them, however. A family can
candidacy, together with check for $125 L. Neeley, of Taahaee, for a num- of even the smallest tasks.-Ex. politician yet that would spend three get along without a piano, but v
which will cover the amount of my as- ber of years secretary of the railroad --- times what an office paid just to show gas stove has once been used
sessment as a candidate for the office 6f commission, is also a candidate for the Here comes the Spring Winds to the people what an honestly adminis- prized more highly than anythir
State Superintendent of Public Instruc- house in Leon. chap, tan and freckle. Usa Plnesalve tered office would be worth to the peo- in the house.
tion. Carbolized, (Acts like a poultice) for pie? If you have come across such an
Kindly acknowledge receipt of same FOR SALE-Only store on the mar- cuts, sores, burns, chapped lips, hands individual, please point him out to me D eWitt's Little Early Risers,
and oblige. Yours truly, ket, on the West side of Monroe street. and face. It soothes and heals. Sold as I would like to shake hands with safe, sure little liver pills. 84
W. M. HOLLOWAY. 5-1m Dr. W. L. Moor. by R. W. Cobb Drug Co. *3 such a man." all druggists.
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SW the vbteMAs at i w sMA is.
SCt e f t ii r.1 Disbi strtet

SeId r -a ade th b4im
landy iepaWers at a is tte sdis-
tie~fL aI Jh-=hMm l the mear
futM Te truly. D. MAI.

To t fnO "d- Vetes of the eemi Jadicial

as gtoeAeat -s ereuary 11. fers-

epeas lith tol I tot to e etkm
-T Nor aa Ge may Maila for
m smbap o th e A8,Aton 1wu tfor
He myd Joadiwia 4r ot Iht rao theMAction
athomtthe m t s voters If my fanmer
admu emath6s at this ai* has m"t the approval
at no w pe I earnestly ak them for ther -
doesoa t at the ening primary. I have badas-
p biory at their intetoan to give me thtr full
and eadi support for renminatioan and that
they antend to o-opIrato with my former valued
friends ad supporters to the end that my vote
mar be a most satltfastory 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 rve then
the better. If renominated my time and services
shbal be theirs as they have ees in the past
Gao. W. WALtas.
To the Voters of the Second Judiclal Circuit, com-
pr uing the Counties of Leon. Jefferson, Gad-
eden. LAberty. Calhoun. Franklin and Wakulla:
Having concluded to become a candidate for
State Attorney tor said District. I shall be very
fateful to you for your support at the conung
primary elsetion-pledging you to fulfill thedutie
at aid office to the very best of my legal knowl-
edas. if elected.
1 remain as ever. as in the days of the past.
when I went among you, pleading the cause of
true Democracy, wen it was then necessary to
plead. Yours to command.

Having served now for more than a year as
County Judge of Leon County, Florida. I hereby
aanounce myeif as a candidate for election to
that othe., subject to the action of the Democratic
Prunary. I piedge, if elected. a faithful and im-
Parual attendance to the dustes of the office.
B. A. MaoINuas.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the
Donation of County Judge, subject to the action of
the Democrate Pirimary.
In-. maukt this announcement I wish at the
same tame to thank my friends throughout the
county not only for the splendid vote they gave me
at the last prunimary, but also for their many ex-
pressions r ood will and encouragement durnn
the past two year.
if elected. will perform the duties of the office
faithfully and conscienuoualy.

thei Democratic:Voters ofLeaon County
Seby announce myself a candidate for nomi-
nation and re-election as Treasurer of Leon coun-
ty, Florda, subject to the action of the coming
mbemaocratc Pruaary to be held for such purpose.
I wish to thank all of my friends for their past
ce and support, and will appreciate re-
calvinag again their future support for this office.
JoxN EA .LW PUauNs.


01 1 do"tf dite4e e 1e1
q mnas ML LAnwosvoe.

1b the Dnorea Vtes f Lea Omaty:
I hoe*hr ampounmy Lhor ame fat
F 7d' She Caes t fw LA OuMnty sub.-
.im comes moerat1Pri-
Sask peaow ppeort ftr sucht
Md.0 I k my time,
pedrm a mo of thk>

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To 6thDm*MMewt5em of t OinMA
on oa n d ,-Coantyr. IrMnds:

t t tie Demo k Primary.
In mani ta eaa-ort I will mar to
the Peoplea t LagM oawt that I feel o wgaiul to
the m M. a da an. for their tA au ort. aMd if
masinated and elected I wil the futureaa I
hav la the nt. deavor to deharg my duty
to the very bat of my knowledge
I am respetfully.
WILZJAm A. Reaosums.
To the Democratie Voter at Leon County :
Having daMne my very bat to serve thM people of
Les coMntr faithfully. asatistataorily sad wl, at
the soleltade from a number of frisd I havedo-
eided to run for Mwwtln"tik County Commia-
i aer for District N, 1. at the Democrate Pri-
maryi ectios. Thanklng ee and all for sup-
Ropectfuy. L C. BixrY
To the Democratle Voter at Leon County :
I bhebl a maone y e m ladidate for Cona-
ty OoMmmiio for Distrt No 1. subject to ac-
tt he Demortic Primaries.
Respectfully. W. F. YARBaouoK.
To the Democratie Voter of County Commission-
es District No. Leon County. Florida:
I hereby announce my candidacy for the oae of
County Commssioner for Ditrit No. 2. Lon
county. subject to nomination by the coming Dem-
oeratic 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,
To the Democratic Voters of the Third Commis-
sioner's District. Lorn 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.
To the Democratic Voters of the 5th CommiAsion-
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 ConAmissioner's District, and
sincerely ask the support of all Democrats on the
19th of May. 1908. If elected I pledge myself to
the faithful duties of the ofce.
I am yours respectfully.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
A number of my friends having requested me
to do so, I hereby announce for re-election as
County Commiaioner from County Commission-
ee' District No. 3. having served you faithfully
and suceceafally before. I promise to give the
duties of the responsible office my best attention.
solkiting your support.
Respectfully, JOHN C. MOORr.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
County Commissioner for Commissioner's District
No. 1. subject to the action of the Democratic
Primary Election, and promise my best service if
elected. Soliciting your support.
Respectfully. L S. CauMP.


Candidate For Governor of Florida.

No faction, machine or ring,. brought him out.
He came out as a candidatealoneand single hand-
ed. He will be glad to receive the support of the
corporations, of the anti-corporations, the prohi.
bitionists and the anti-prohibitionists, of the local
optionists the Christians and the Jews, and of the
entiles, the "Publican and sinners." He would
even accept the support of the Pharisese.
The corporation cannot do without the people,
and the people cannot do without the eorporrtions.
Neither should be allowed to oppress the other.
Capital inor ia.n labor abould be organized.
te license = w licensing each little enter-
prise should be amended in order that taxation
should bear more evenly.
Article XIX of the Constitution provides for Lo-
cal Option. The qualified electors (not the Gov-
ernor] approve or veto conatitutkoal amendments.
He is not on the "recently constructed band
Ha cmamenced life working in Quincy. Florida.
at a salary of 816.00 per month, and boarded him-
self. He has himself been a hard working, strug-
clingu man, and he knows what It means in others.
He has never married. he has always had obliga-
tions. His life has been spent more in thoughtful
consideration of other people than of himself. He
fetols surehe will beelected "f he ets enough
votes." He does nt propose to trade off a ingle
office. Thereishonorin bei Governor. If It ls
tainted with dishonor. he doea not want the voice.

Idesire to take advantage of thi opportunity to
thank the people of Leo coMatyfor havbfhot.
ored me wthtwotermaa ema oftheber tBard
of01 Public Instruction at Leo enaty, represesitniag
Sebool District Number Three of Leon county.
1 hereby samn myself as a eandidato for re
eletiom to the- epoaitim for w the icom term
subject to mn tatlesr by the DemortleH Primary.
I point with pride to themrsMat iHapvemet at
a white publie ase h In ery we st, whish
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ha tsa isde teghe.. u~t tla hseses umod
y,-a as l to u d t ea ta -
meatPost im. M nlnt the a eo I am
as twte anthe wa b ttrrm.
rto r ~ rlwa D, goad IB
new I-_ Idesagoeo.. wiDAh th Bvaerer.e
fT the bad* do eok Geesa t sIeh fl Dirah I
reJaIest hvi a a h ea st ais st~ oed
work e myef d1111791y Poe to
h=Mr- with anotheMr tM.L
Yowturs. _

To the VDmmat Vote of ShoMel DIstrict No 1'

dt Mem ber1te Ts--( Muh dils.7 Lw 1

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To the Daremmstic Voters a Le.14=Ceaty:
11 her61 maunwasemyself w aftdwatofor the
momiamiatl as a3spresent~ate teathis eanty
in the amot IAlsdaimr of Florda, ebjeet to the
actim of the DaemocrticPrinmarhe
JOM. L NOmar.
I Willbe. a silAM&Wfar -Matimen
el'a Utic Wowtedge 1lpgei h w
hIntus.t fm ALear inty at theem M AW'~.
sam wGI oppedskoatheppert at mawZI
To the Daseartle Votes .d lam Ou-to :
I hedo es moseff w a andimsfor
mhetgm a m.gwpMresIntodvto te mmtI l
WI, hm tam I = 13. bjw&Ke:amu o
the audw Pwamv. mn
To the BandsVotmsofcI ess bety:

3~edt~* LMOEEIT.

-m Prdesim loomvt Sensi~t~im
lawly the measm to lawmmein3 0
ulatifsth04 destiaw ammwahtats ame
A"d8 ot oftft of *Me sdeaths
03% dlre*GW or indisily es-si by
b&dbowl rob)Le.MoGWSs hby Nltr

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U Ada strathve leseltleaons.
Tallahaee, Fla., March 23.-At a
meeting of the governor and the admin-
strative officers of the executive de-
Sutmetof the state of Florida, held
Si the executive office, Monday, March
29, 19 it was resolved that intelli-
Ssgace has been received with profound
sorrow of the death in Washington, D.
C.. on March 22, 1908, of the Honorable
William James Bryan junior United
States senator from thia ste, and that
the undersigned do join in this expres-
slon of deep regret at the death of this
honorable and distinguished citizen and
trusted representative of the people,
whose short life had been so richly filled
with useful and meritorious achieve-
meats, and gave such rare promise of
brilliant and valuable service in the fu-
ture to the people of Florida and of the
Senator Bryan was in many way the
foremost young man of Florida. At the
early ag of 81 years, when his splendid
career habeen closed in obediiez to
the Divine Will of God, Mr. Brys had,
b the example and activitiesofaslean,
gous. brave and manly life, won the
confidence and respect of the people of
Florida and the devoted friendai p and
admiration of those with whom he was
asoeiated. He reprsen with .un-
common faithfulness and uoua
ability the highest aims and tra-
ditions of the people of Flori, and in
is untimely death this loyal aid devoted
pepl are bowed in a great common
Learned, ambitious, eloquent aad uni-
y popular, Senator Bryan was
the or a lrge proportion of the
pile of thi state, s and his at
=teibar and in the councils of the oon.
try wa observed with feelings of pride
anl FlorIups Yet dpe and
Z ties to the public affect Mr.
ryan frnuished in his stainless ,s un-
lmnnished character in public and in
private life. His life has been a lorit-
m victory for himself and a record of
he.or for the state of Florida.
It is directed that this resolution be
tsnibed upon a page of the minutes of
the board of commilkinmers of state in-
statution to be set apart for that pur-
a copy hereofbe furnished to the
of thdeceased, and copies be
abs furnished to th press.
N. B. BROWARD, Governor.
Secretary of State.
Attorney General.
A. C. CROOm, Comptroller,
State Treasurer.
Supt Public Instruction.
B. E. M'uN,
Commissioner Agrculture.
LOT I A ladies G Watch, open
he, lain goldback. edr willbe
owmlih by returning sm to the
are's office at the Florida Fe-
t a Colege, or at this office. 2
Eadol For Dyspepsia has helped thou-
Saada of people who have had stomach
trouble. This Is what one man says of
It: "B. C. Dewitt & Co., Chicago. Ill.
Gastlemen-In 1897 I had a diseax3 of
thl stomach and bowels. I could not
gfest anything I ate and in the spring
of 190 I bought a bottle of Kodol, and
the benefit I received from that bottle
al the gold In Georgia could not buy.
I still use a little occasionally, as I find
It a fae blood purifier and a good
tmal. May you live long and prosper.
Toes very tiuly, C. N. Cornell, Rod-
,ag Ga.. Aug. 27, 1906." For sale by
all ragguists. *
The Citrus County Chronicle editor is
seioly ill with nervous prostration.
He has been overworked lately getting
oat an exceedingly newsy, briht week-
ly without help. Enough to kill a strong
aal Our critics should visit a local
newspaper offlceand learn what getting
eat a newspaper means, and then sit
down and write a good batch of locals
for its columns and watch how the
wrinkles will fade away from the pub-
lisher's brow.-Arcadia Champion.
The Carrabelit Advertiser again visits
our exchange table, with N. C. Bockley
as editor and manager. Sueess to it.

In the Circuit Court, Scond Juditiatl tan the* tataeaf *l ,t a
Circuit, Lee.n County. Floriuo-In Sals, T e"e.m esad t ai i
Chancery. i r*and J. J h aa thej^ ?f.mR
Aeta Inaurarne cwnmpany, a cr4poratLin un" ir name of Dayries r
ait. vs R. J. F'atn. Trustee. e..etaI. f of theSte8 of Leu asend tt o w
ait. ,"il New OGrimes. 1...L wn oD to t
rn...e 3IW sand Ferdinand
IT HAVING lit .N MADE) TO APPEAR BY dor the firmp sea ofet May & ,Ia ISt
aldavit of bUe.R P. Rancy. Attorti.y-of- aStat other taa the S t *
Record for th alluve nalne (Com ar.airnt. ld iidvfnts of the Stat of ralaaa l the
herein on January auth. *. that the Defenidaint. redtnce l New Orloea t io a t" D-
Kingin A C&aornpai. a l..r-Matk. isa resien1t of frmadnt 0. 8. Kauhn idoft b*ma 1a1 1 e
i euntyuther tha.f thV, Aeuf Ior~(. vi: a, name of Savannah WSn Wd arenw O~wse r
resident of the Kingd.m as Great Itrirain and Ir resident of a St than the State f ie
d. and that its particular rewdence thee:i da. to-wit: a r ofthe Stat of Goef l o
*aeknewm; tht the Ltendanit. Wortheimor- thathbi resid. Savannah. Goeies iasthe
Swarts Shoe Conmpany, a corpora ion. is a rwd Jent Defeant Pant Grocery 0am7. l -ft
resident of the tateof Miouri. and tt its rei. thta ltate firida to-wtt. a md iestt t
de a i le. ius.m t that ',e If efenduat. Siagee Issianal. and tat nrieume t New
WDA. M. Robia at.on, mal Orls.I utiaswand thattlem MdM t ce
dMaaW-a Morgea Cutiry Company, a W PW a post.
Sf detofw a StLtt de ttoof&thteer ttate Stll
at Ausoecawria. that the wit: a resMeatof theStata St P 0 l ."a
De ad ills-. that o it e alaa Piiso Nle IIsr l I .
es1ie other tham theState of Florida. that there is non intht hse F iI. hm
wtw it: ildet of the Sta.t1 n 'ina*e. and service of a suasa upon whbm would M y
m ri e edence i. Nashville, Tennes- c; that on of the sar ned tWidlta:a l
-B ants. J. A. Dayries and J. J. Labry., s natural person named a- Dftentoebei an
itnlr the firm nerof Dayris & Lqitr swverallyver whe ag of tw HM
to of a Statete.Whrth< enthe Stats i it isr teN=i orderW4 thdt 69St t ebc
to-w. t: residents of the Stke of louisi- ,naMd Dfendand, xzeept Ki lis a
anda.d that their residence is N Orlans*, aforeid. be sd tb rtor IllbW In
thatith heDat t e Dfndbt. tuie Elio lr iu' nd 10 th mComl t U alt.-
I May. -asM rtne i ader thu ,iin rani Monday th second ft of &r q A. M 1
ely A ElJIu, re iesaldent of a Sat.e uth.r than that sai Defendant Kinlanu& W be, -d
the State of Florida. wto-wit: rmidentsful1 nt. State it i hreby required to app to e a
of Iouisiana, and that their residence as New Or- ant's bill of complaint, on Mi e adW
leans. Louimaial that the Levieitdant. U. A. Kul- of April. A. D. 190, Mad tatb l rdW P-.
ana. doing business nader the na.e of Savatiinah lished i the Welky Tru oeD emtoo s aWl
Woodenware Cumpany. a a rvJsidnt of a State published mn the city o TaiIIaMeI- .ib
other thanthe Stat of Florida. to-wit: a retlent Florid, one* a week for eigta (0 ine
of the State of Georgfia. and that hu. residenr.ti- weeks as to and for eaid D- Ma.I A
Savanuak. Corgit; that tmi .fntint, Paret- Com pe.y. a oan a week lrfo
lain Grocery C4,n-tany, L.noit&d, a curportiuon, tive wk. e lad for lIU St he o i
la aresidentof a btate outlir than the StLitel f anns above nam
Florida. to-wit: a rvaiderit ut the ata of LuiaisJ- Witnaes H T. Pelkal. Clek asf t e iCh
wn, aind that its reasider ce ia N. owtr'ii-usIt. Louli)- Court of the Sabe Judicial OClkoeit Sl
a6a; and that the Dlterildait. z ihi tt-Mirgan Cut- (of TI,rida. Lie County. Flor I Ch
lery Cornpany. cwpotatioi. is a resi.liot l tha hiseiwj of sid Court, thi s Oth doSoft J
State other than the Statei o 'lritdat to-wt : a A. I. 1U.
rMsdentuf the State of Punnsiylvanla. a ,d Utat it (SEAL.] HENRY T. VULKUL,
nsidence M T tuavill.. 'eis) lvinia. iand that i Clerk of the Circuit Coura, Secod Juleli Ca
there as no prson in the Sta of F.nit l. tic -* curt, Le. n County. Florida, in Chancery.
vice of a subena upon whom wuu.d nrnd an. one A true copy
Ssaid eared Deidalts; and that the i.itu,.,i Attet-HENRY T. FELKEL.
personnamebd a Defendants aLuve are ,val !) Clerk of said Court. 41-Ow
over the *e of twenty-one years.
It I. therefore. ordered tit all of the
arned Defendants except Kinan & C In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
aforeiad. be and they am hereby rmurodl u ap- Circuit, Leon County Florida, in Chan-
to the Complainant'& bill of Ltnplaiirt on
the ecowad WWy of March. A. % mL ai>d cery.
IMt said Lefeidlant Kinrpn A Comijan>,. te aru St. Paul Fire A Marine Insurance Compaay. a Cw.
t i r heeby rewquired to appear l to to tAiiflaifn- porsuon under the lawsof Minnesota. Compiala.
sat'* Bill of Comnpaint on MUbay,. tlih i:h ai., viu. k. J. Evars. Trustee Ac et aI DSft
ayofApril, A. D. 1.s; and that thi is .,' r anr.
uibhd in '"he Weekly True aiL .A'," a rT HAVING EEN MADE TO APPAR 31
giwn*Per publihed in the City of 'i.Li.aL.r, 1 AldAvit of Geo rgeBRPa k n16
Mi County. Florida. once a weok f r tniu 0 i t ( Record ar the albve n Plan l
e nsuUtve weeks as to and for sai Dlerenrint h rin on Januaryl ith. 10i that I
Kingan & Company, and once a week for four (4) paypln a curpor is t a iea t ei weeks to and for li of uhe other thber than the state of Florida, .w&tte a e
Defendants above named. o the Kingdom of Grt Brit A l Abi. beb
Witness. Hry T. Fkl, Clerk of the Circuit hat its Particular rsiee t
Court of the Second Judicial Cruit of the title that the defendant.L W id.' a- She
of Florida. Lem County. Flurida. in Chancery, cmany, a crpatio s e S
d the al of aid Court tits i i day Jllu- o thn the Stat li tik
ry,. A. U. 1iO of Lhe State of Mi sseouri. s"ath N 11l1me in
IasAL. HENRY T. FELKEL. St. Louus. Missouri; that the Datendi A. kL
Clerk of the Circuit Court Second Judiccial r- Rui,,.son Company, a oraaretio isa ediet df
cuit. Loni County. Forida. In Chancery. a L oiier Uiaa the State of ilPri t.o-wt
A true copy. a ru.,dunt of the State of Geouirs. aid that its
AtteMi-tl-ma T. PFaxz. ridence is Atanta. Georgia; that he Do endant
Clerk of asid Court. 44"t Cunm.rialnd Mills, a c raaes a ri t of a
s3ate other than U State o f lora. to-wit: a
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial reident of the Stat. of Teaue and that its
reasidnce is Nahville. Tosne do the _o
Circuit, Leon County, Florida.-l fenant J. A. Dris and J. L as part-
Chancery. ners. under Uthe Arm ass o DeWayiis Lbry
are residents of a State other thea the State oC
SGeorgia Home lurane company, a Corpo- lust Lt-wit: redett. at the Stiatet Loaite.
ue*1* under the LA eatkvs. H. J. Evan. Trustee. c..t alet.. e- u, thatt thei r danta Nw Ji. "
se"tY Ferdninand May, as partners aader the Am name
T HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY u f ~iy am rsMidaatoteaState ether thaa
a davit of GCeurga I'urk.i.i, .\%urtvr,>-.,. Ln ute of Florida. to-wit:resideatof theSLtate
eW.d fo ruse auuvo i...-.n co.....iii.... 11. o0 LuPazisua. .aa that their aisadrae is Now
haese 0 January 4.Jtlr. -1A. Utia a. .eia &A t M.Iri- Orieans. Louislew that the Defendaat. 0. L.
is a readent of a cOuniti> io) ie iatin ti o Kui-iati. duang budeeas under the n me of Sa-
of Florida. to-wit: a ris.uwdic ih l. Knl- va.%'In Wuodanware CoSay i areidastof a
d Cm ofGretm trtauaiand trIuk.i, uout trial. pt- State other than the State of rUr id., t-wit: a
Ioalr sMaideneU taearia Nilu a. ibhL L nde tilntothe Slate t Georwia, and that his ree-
Datmdaat, Wertheauer-8warts shoe Comaasny, a dence a Savaaseah. Geinua that the Datedant
e arees. isa resident o a tat other thni the Parker-rain Gro y Limited. a cou-
stataI to-wit: a resaieut of the tate of ipwraiu, i a ridI0ato a Stae other than the
Missuri, ad that itas rlsidew.. 0 s. Lots, MS.- State of rikdels. s-wi: a rewdent at the state of
on ; that the Ua iemiaast. A. LM. tlaii Cons-. Louisiana, saad that its rsIdeeae ias NW Orlwans
pal. a eorpurataii. is a resideat ot a State other Louissaas; sad that he Defendant Shalt-Mior.
an the Slate o Floridas. Lu-wit: a resident of the on Cutlery Coepany, a sorpratiu i a resident
Site of Georgia and m at its resneace Atlanta. of a State other tha the State t 11 toride. towit,u
Geirsas; that the oateiidaat. Cabeorand Maills, a resident of the Sttie of Pensylvania; and that
a ourporatao. is a resident of a tate ouMer nan ita residence as Titaav l.?Peneiylvaniaw and that
Uth btatie ot Forida. o-wit: a reMideast of the there is no person ia the tat of riorid, the ser-
btaw of Tenam and that its reedence a Nash- vice of a subpoena apoa who would hind an
val.w. Teami ta t La Usandant. J. A. Day- one of said named Defadants; and tat the nato*
ries atd J. J. Labry. as partners under the trmn al persons named as DSfendaats ale, are se*
name of Dayries A Labry, are president of a State *rally over the awe of tweaty-r years 4
ousr an umn u ate ul I'crdsa to-wLt; renadln It ias therefore, ardrsd that a t the above
ai uesdtase of Lourowu. a d tat uthe readence named Defendants. set Kiasn&a o& Copany.
is New Oreaaas. Luis..uia; thatteL. efreiiants, aforesaid. be and they are hrb required to ap-
NuSean iUO and Uerlia'iid iday. as p1art rL in- pear Ut the Corn. lainesiss b of adamplant. on
eaw the A trm aman aof May A .Iuw, af resaments of Monday. the second deay of Marsk. A. D. 1M3. ana
a atma other than the S ata Florida. to-wit: that thesaid Uefendaat Klasa & Owaaeay be.
residents af te Staie of Laoutana. ad tat aear sad it as wierebr rquid ia li pr the Caom.
m.d-iace is New Uriase Lious a ia; Uat the pUlanast's bil of we elai M asixth
Deiedast. 0. Kiautia. doing business under day of April. A. D. l and that l order h*e
the na 0 ot 1evannaa Wood-aw4ar Canm&am. i published an "T Wee F Trea D-mrst." a
a resaieat of a iStat uUer ua du e Stat 0i lor- newpmapar pubUlled 1 th y St Talian e
Ida. tn-wit: a reside ant o1 th IaL ut Uurgta. and Laea County, rdi, eas-a week for eift
fast his resaidesa is Savanaaa. ursiaa tut the consecutive weas, asam ed far aid Defsaedaat
aeeoutdet. Pusear-er*a Oracery Comapanyu. Lam- Kiagan & Cosmpany, a-d ea a Week ar dour (0
ited, a eorpornheas a esdaent uf a $tate other comaecutve weeks aa a eadt fwo dase am etherD
tha the t of VId.a to-wit: a reid.nt or fendazts ahove naime.
the Stat of Louisiana. ad that its resilence ais Witaes Henry T. eihaCl Omk S the Gre--
ew Organs. ULui.iana; and teat t Iietdant. Court to e Seoad Juaid l Ci'edt t tf seta
scaat-Morgan Cutalry Company, a corporaton, of riorida, Leon Coem. roe*ia isCham-ry. and
is resadeut of a !'tate other fhaa the State of the seal of said Ceart, te U0th day St Jaeaery.
rFiada. t-wit: a raident uf the State of Pann- A. D. 10o.I
sylvania. and that at. rse i a s as ritvaLe. Penn- [ImAL] mINY T. FULZL.
syivuna s and taat tee ia no pmson i uw :itaei Clerk of the CircMOft Seaod Jaeleial O1
ft Fkrida the servioe of a saubpoeaa upiue whom cult Laa Oounty, Pis ha i saem y.
would had any ona of sdan named Deftedants; A true copy.
and that tea natural persons aaled as Defenad. Attest- -IT T. FELEL,
ants above ar vray over ti. age ut twenzy- a(hih t .f oi .
air years.
It u. therfore, ordered hat all of the above NO'fl
aamed DatnS~nate. euept Ln-asa & Company. NOV l I
aforeaid, he aid and they are reby requ ired t
appear to the Complanasat's iili of Comaplaat on -___.
Monday. the nacond day of March. A. U. ilo. and
tat aid Dfedant. Kangan A Company, b. d To the Tax PagT rs of L.ot Comnty:
ned it herby fmaqired to appear to the Corn-
mielnaanT an o- complaint on Muday. th sixth VOUR 8PEPIAL ATTrNTIOM a CA LLED
day Aimr. A. D. 1315; and taat uas w'der 1 to Section 16. Chapter se51, LaM St Florda.
pmulshed "n Tth Weekly True D.morat." a wherain "t is made the duty at ewrry pere
nwspape peblabsed i the City of Tashame. owaing or having the estrol, -a -mt. ages.
Lees esaty. Ftnda, oran a week ftit bst W5 cy, Ae.. of property St whaboerer character saat

eonaeumeve welak as to and flor 5d laat iis utbuet to taation nader thelaws it thi'tat a
KLian a Company. and one a week fofour t4) to make return dt same for taxation to the -unW
eaeeautiv weeks a to and fr all of the other Assessor of Ta ,Ln on r befarm Apr st." Wrism
dteaeadants above amiMLd. you have bouBht real pseparty, pb be ure s
Witaas. Henry T. Vinael. Clerk of the Circoit bhng me your deed for gma, to have it p,.oAry
Court of the Secoad Judicial Cireou of the State demribaid. For your peaalp ty. I ni
at Florkida. Lo county. krid, oin Chaswrysad glad to twfurnah you with te einrinte.J b Pal
th seal of said court, thus t& day of January. to deserite asae. As I am *igd to couei my
A al / li'm A& MOW BIBaai n-i
I. D sS bean AM an 1, .Lek d t.uI reumet thm
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Clrk of %he Circuit Court. aSOM Judci-alCr. 48 4
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TRUR MO AT. pO t t.i so oc aay ofu
Of the present ftate hot"e offcias April, A. D. 1101; be pushed
.m a CUens tm beM no one Moe ever suggested to oppe f
s itbw Mr. Knott Mr. McLln,- r wnac"uty
U..B s Nvy aT o b. Crawford or Capt. eL and no higherr ida. "t Ci rcut
tribute could be paid to the efficiency na, m at.,e
Sn a i *e ema. of these men. The people are evident- 0r F1 --iA 1 bt -r .
ly well satisfied with their service. a saw cout.inM h
NWIan m s-l 3 m8. The Tallaha-see True Democrat D. 916.
nial ervis in honor of Sen sts T. J. Appleyard as a suitable nuudicia
.Step Mallory and William J. c-idm te for comptroller against Mr. A c t. ton count~d Ihchan-
S he W nMh Ld1 afternoonW Croom. We don't think any question cry.
t o k In the Hall of epro could be raised a to the qualifeations At r T.
0t o'cok, in On Hall- of Gr e ofMr. A yar~d for such a p on Attnt--Homr T. h.tF..
v' M /eMayor Foster C. Gilmore of Mr. Appleyard for such a position, 94w Clerk of aid oourt.
a.d oSsepled the speaker's but what is the matter with Mr.
g *with v. I. Pat- Crom?-DeFunik reee. Inciruit, Leon crtounty, Florida. Judi In
So, in a few nMe t ask be Subscribe to your home newspaper. Chancery.
The British Aeics Aesuranw. company. a corpo-
Msig upon those bereaved, who an ratio under laws of Kingdom Great Britian.
ft to mourn the departure of their and Ireland. on aat vs. B. J. Evans, as
yed ois. M omll" Ut ing T srot o.
S Thle kOers ebhrhen were Col. Louis TT HAVING BERN MADR TO APPEAR BY
Te speakrthe afMwdait of Geor B. Parkh attorney of
C. Massey, attorney for the Railroad th above named compaat. Aed herein on
ConImmision Hon. Fred T. Myers Hon. March sixth. A. D. 19M that the defendants,
George P. Raney and Justice charles Monday and Tuesday, Frank clevland, Felix s. clv a n. and Ston.-
hill elseinFlorda, wal J. cleveland. pamtnere undwth fArm name
S B. Parkhill. Nowhere else in Floria, of cveand Brother ar re tsof a state oth.
perhaps, could be found another group, er than the State of norla. to-wit, residents of
so well-known throughout the state for the State of Alabama. and that their residence is
eloquence, and for that stands for March 30 and 31, Mobile Alabam; and that there is no Person in
the State of Florida. the service of a subpoena up-
the best and noblest in man, and to on when would bind any one of said above named
hear all these speakers upon one occa- defendnts: and that aid peronms named a de-
sion was an opportunity never before At the Leon Hotel are eve over the of twenty-one
offered to the '&allahaee public. It ist therefore, ordered that said defendants,
The addresses were singularly diver- Frank Cleveland. Felix S. Cleveland. and Stone-
sif*d, no two approaching their sub- wall J. Cleveland, pthertners under the firm name
jecL in just the same way, yet all reach- M ISS WoA.LEY appear to thcomplants bill of com.
lg the same conclusion, voicing the plaint. amended, on Monday. the sixth day of
same sentiments of res c and almir- April. A. D. 19N; and that this orlder be published
same sentiments of respect and mamr- once a week for four consecutive weeks in "The
action for the high qualities which had f Weekl True Democrat." a newspaperpublished
been exemplify in the characters of of N York in the city of Tallahamee. Leon county. Florida.
been exemplified in the caracer o 0 or.Witn.ess, Henry T. FelkeL. clerk of the circuit
the deceased senators, and expressing court of the Second Judicial circuit of the State
the same poignant regret that such men of Florida, Leon county. Florida, in Chancery, and
should have fallen victims to the scythe CHIlDRN'S HATS th sa. oaid oourt, thisixthday.oI March. A.
of the grim reaper, death. They drew IAN'S HATSEFRY T. F LKE .
comparisons between the two senators clerk of the circuit court, Second Judicial
which vividly portrayed their charac- circuit. Leon county. Florida. In chan-
teristic differences, but which also A SPECIALTY. A r o..
showed how these peculiarities of meth- Attest-HuNitr T. Facourt
od and temperament being based upon 2-6w clerk of said court
the same solid foundations of honesty Remodeling Done. In the County Jud e's Court, Leon
and strength of purpose, and grasp of County, Florida.
opportunity, led to same high goal of County, Florida.
fillment. After the rses, Mr. SCREEN DOORS AND Jam Mser. Plaintiff. versus Joseph Duucan, I
Gillmore intr e fther Ua Rtr. Roy.,^ i- Defendant.-Aumnpoit. Domum. $10-00.
Gilmore introduced the Rt. Rev. Bis- W WINDOWS JOSEPH DUNCAN, THB DEFENDANT,
hop Edwin G. Weed, who before offer- WI and the other persons interested in the above
ing the final prayer and benediction, Made and put in place by an XP T. "," hby rulired to aear to the above
spoke briefly out of knowledge which Made and put in plce by an 11kERT,. entitled action, in Toe above Court= on Monday,
spoke briefly out of kinowiedge wScn Guaranteed to stay together and work April 6th, 1906. at the court house in Tallahassee,
intimate personal friendship with Sen- well, finished any color desired. Prices Fo tt
ator Bryan supplied. The Biship told reasonable, Q U ALI T considered. This March 5th, 08 JAM MESSER,
of the young man's unswerving faith in Leave orders with W. L. Marshall, or s-6t Plaintiff in the above cause.
God; faith in all things good, and pure, at Store of
and truly enduring, and painted to thi, 3-tf GILMORE & DAVIS Co. (Incorp.) P. T. Nicholson, the Jeweler, has on
grand quality m Bryan's character as hand a lot of Bracelets, Belt Buckles,
the underlying foundation of his phe. In the Circuit Court, Second Judicia Belt Pins and Hat Pins-the newest
nomenal success. He had believed in n e Circuit Court, Second Judicial things out for dainty Easter gifts. 2
the ultimate triumph of the high things Cir Leon County, Florida.-
in life-of honesty, unselfishness, un- In Chancery.
S rying loyality-and had followed The Aetna Insurance Company, a corporation un-
der the laws of Connecticut. Complanant. vs. R.
th lead in the planning of his own J. Evans, as Trustee, etal. Defendant.
ese tributes were given, not Athe affidavit of George P. Raney Attorney of
with the grace of manner, purity the above named Complainant, ied herein on
with the griac macinne, on p t March 6th. A. D. 1906, that the defendants Frank
action and felicitous combination of Cleveland. Felix S. Cleveland. and Stonewall J.
that mark the finished speaker, Clevelaad as partners under the frm name of
t Oith sincere feeling and honest re- Cl eland Brothrs, m reidents of a state other
than the State of Florkia, to-wit, residents of the
State of Alabama, and that their residence is Mo-
During the service the beautiful bile, Alabam ; and that there is no person in the
hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee" was tate of Florid the service of a subpoena upon
u by hoir omposed of meer whom would bind any one of said above named de-
sung by a choir com of members fendants; and that said persons named as defend-
of the various city choirs, led by Mr. C. ants, are severally over the awe of twenty-one
B. Robinson with his cornet. Ye*.
B. RbnowiIt is therefore ordered that said defendants.
Frank Cleveland. Felix S. Cleveland. and Stone-
30 Days' Trial 1.00 is the offer on wall J. Cleveland. as partners under the firm
Pi ules. Relieve Backache, Weak name of Cleveland Brothers, be and they are here-
Back, Lame Back, Rheumatic pains. by uTired to appear to the complainant's Bill-of-
Compaint as amended, on Monday the sixth day
Best on Bale for Kidneys, Bladder and of April A. D. 190: and that this order be publish-
Blood. Good for young and old. Satis- ed one a week for four (4) consecutive weeks, in ""
faction guaranteed or money refunded. the The Weekly True Democrat." a newspaper .
SPublhed in the City of Tallahassee. Leon County. M
Sold by R. W. Cobb Drug Co. Florida.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers,. the fa- Witness, Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of the Circuit A.
Sitte vr llCourtll ut of the Second Judicial Circuit of the State
mouse little liver pills. Bold by all of Florida. Leon county Florida, in chancery, and k
druggists. the seal of said court, this sixth day of March A. o6
D. 1906.
Mr. A. C. DBrwa Dead. (sAL] HENRY T. PELKEL,
Clerk of the circuit court. Second Judicial Cir.
From Friday's Daily Thomasville En- cuit. Leon county. Florida. in chancery.
terpriase, we take the following: A true eopy. C o u
ailie soul of Alva Curtis Brown passed Attt-H cy LKa L court. w
from its earthly home last night at ten Il.
o'clock. For some months he has been In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial 5 rf
ill Witha dread disease from which there Circuit, Leon County Florida.-In c.pyh tqo, by O ld slg Ce., o
could be no cure, and especially in the Chancery.
past few days was his life despaired of. The Geori Ho Insurance company, a March 27, 1908.
His sufferings has been severe and it ration under the laws of Georgia, complainant;
cornmes as a welcome relief to depart vs. R. J. Evans. as Trustee, et a, Defendent. Dear friend:
from the earthly home to that which is TT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
free from all pain and trouble. the aflidavit of George B. Perkina. Attorney DO you know macaroni
Mr. Brown was a native of Leon coun-. of the above named complainant, filed herein on m
ty, Florida, but for the past thirty years Mah sixth. A. 90s. that the d dent makes a nice light dinner
or more he h beena resident of this allJcled, an undtfrmf little boys and girls to go
hs endeared himself to many of the other than the State of Floria, to-wit, reldents
ha endeared hmselfof th State of Alabama. and that their ride to bed on. Grown folks too
older citizens of the community. He is Mobile. Alabama: saad that there is no peson in ,
had just p the ty-ninth mile- st o n th se 'ce. ofw a b. ill wi find macaroni good to
stone in life's journey and was already upn" who ,eewband tay one of said above
weakened and broken by the ravages of endetnt. a ndr n ovaer the a t O o bed on, if they get
ttime. y-one ears.
He leaves a wife and three children, kt i.nk e Feix 8. lee andth and St- goo acaoni. To get good
SMrs J. R. Pittman, Miss Mamie Brown w J. Oc as partners. under the Arm name macaroni you must go to a
L and Mr. Curtis Brown to mourn his loss. of CWelsad Bthn s be ad the m areb o-
Tfueral wll. take place, furom the d to apa to the complainant's Bill-of
taepleplataamendedontesixthdaofApriL A store that keeps good gro-

n*-.ence 828 Clay street this after- Iiso: and that this order be publiahed once a weak -
noon at three o'clock, Rev. J. M. Cutler for fear (4) consecutive weeks in the "The Week- ceres.
ly Trme Dameerat." a newspaper Ruhd in the
of TaU*ske. .. ., Flerkf Your friend,
Witmo ..m.. T. t.,kel. clek of t. cmreuft
A SWOLLEN JAW moowrt erteecond Jud ia ci ct o the state JACOB.
other Leoma cmuty, Florida, in chancern mJd
is not pretty nor pleasant. Wh'AOther MM said t xth dY of Ma A.
It's onaused by neuralgea, tooUthache or D. daw P. S. Do you know
seddent, Ballard's Snow Lintment [clr] HNRY T. tnhe i,
will ce the swelling and relieve e c eo Judlal cht- where we buy our groceries?
t willrdo the swelling and relieve chtt aem eamtr, In chaory.
the pa. The* great and surecure for A t@,. I'll tell you. I'ts at
SreumatUm, cut, burns, bruises, Attest- nT umrt. f
soaldsr-ay and all sches and pains. T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.
B wardw1t'lth Co. In the C icult Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Lion County, Florida. -In
hp I Nod. EChanery.
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Good as New, that we will sell at a great reduc-
tion in price. Call and let us quote you prices.
And we have a nice lot of new ones in stock that
we guarantee to give you entire satisfaction. All
Gas Ranges are connected free. This is the kind
of weather that we should place one in your kitchen.
Phone or call and we will see that you get what
you want and with dispatch. There is nothing so
econo0 Gas Rane.
HaY -0 lot Meter.
The avans olch are that they save the
consumer the trouble going to gas company's
office to settle small bl, or to have collector call
at inconvenient times. >
Easy Payments.
The 25 cents at a time is not missed.
Consumer has no Anxiety

That the meterman will make a mistake in read-
ing the index of meter.
Consumer Puts in 25c Piece

And gets the exact number of feet of gas that he
pays for.
With the Improved Slot Device

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Now in use, the gas does not go out suddenly, but
when amount paid for is exhausted gives ample
warning to put in another coin. The ght dimin-
ishes slowly, but will not go out entire for ten or
more hours.
Consumer Gets' Full Amount Paid For

Before light diminishes. Gas used in excess of
this is borrowed from the next 25 cents, worth, con-
sumer receiving just so much less gas.




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Church Notices.
Trinity M.. Church. South. L S. Patterson.
Pastor. -Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:0 p. .
Junior pworth LCuoe, L.o p. m. Senior mep-
worth Imcu, 4.0b p. m. All members req ueted
to attend. The public and strangers specally n-
vitdl to worship with us.
Presbyteriaa Church. Rev. Wm. H. ZileW. Pa.
tr.-Re-ular services at 11 o'clock a. nd at
7:80 o'clock k p. m. Sabbath school at 9:30
Midweek services on Wednesday evening at t 7
Vint Baptist Church. Rev. J. B. Pruett Pastor.
servios: Sunday at 11 a. m. and 70 p. m.; Bible
sebool. 9:4 a. : Jalr B. Y. P. U. 4 o'clock p.
senior Y. P. U.. riday at 6:0 p.m.; PrTayWe
raise service Wednesday evening at 70 p: .M
Kverbudfy weloome.
St. John's Epistcoal Church, Rev. Ch.hl h
tin Niles Rector. Serview- Sunday and HoVp ,
mc union 7 o'clock a. uL 8sndays. il a.
nd 7.0 p. m. ridas. 8 p. St.
(colored). Service: Sundays. 4 p. m. Frida. U4
p. m.
Christian Selne&e.-Servicare ha.d ever aSun-
day at 1 o'clock a. Ma. and Wednesday l-l at
So'lok p. ia the front room, M r. of
the buildHag;mtof the pojtofice. T room i
also used as a Christian Sciene readig room.
and i open daily except Sunday. between the
boun of 10 and 12 o'clock a. m. All a cordially
Floridians should make good roads,
stop forest fires, elect the best men to
office and push and pull always for all
the best things. Nature has done won-
ders for us, now let us do our part.
Editor Collins, of 'the Tallahassee
True Democrat, nominates Thomas J.
Appleyard, of the Lake City Index, as
a candidate for State COmptroller. It
would be difficult to find IW all Florida
one better qualified to fill this responsi-
ble office.-Tampa News.
Colonel Thomas J. Appleyard will be
a candidate for Comptroller, and he is
going to run a lively race in the contest,
That Jacksonville has a perfect right
to aspire to all of the big BeMes, must
be admitted, but will the people of the
state elect them.-Key West Adver-
Well hardly so, for the people of Flor-
ida are fast getting their eyes open, and
wise on the "three-friends"straight-out
combination that works there and with
its head at Tallahassee.
And the Tallahassee True Democrat
thinks that Appleyard should receive
the support of every paper in the State,
as well as the support of all, for the
office of Comptroller because he repre-
sented Columbia county with an exhibit
at the State Fair that was awarded the
sectional prize. If the True Democrat
would think again along the same line
they would know that Mr. Croom's
county won the grand championship
prize as wel as the,_etional prize, so
why not vote for h for Comptroller.
Columbia county competitor, and
the wonderful exh l received only 145
points, whereas Hermanto received 700
points, and competed for the sectional
prize with six other counties, the low-
est of which received more points than
Columbia.-Brooksville Star.
No, my brother, he deserved credit
for that, 'tis true ; but he has proven
as a newspaper man, and as a faithful
servant of the people, in public office,
for a number of years, that he is made
of material that well qualifies him to
fill the important executive office we
named him for. Reward him now, for
the good and faithful work he has done.
No mistake will be made in electing
Thomas J. Appleyard Comptroller.
One or two "pee-wee" newspapers,
(notably the Pensacola Journal and the
Clay County Times) are diligently en-
gaged in an effort to break the force of
the True Democrat's exposure of
"straight-out" machine methods, by
seeking to create the impression that it
is the State administration, and not the
machine, that the True Democrat is
assailing. Their readers will readily
make the necessary and proper distinc-
tion between governmental acts and
policies and the performers of a polit-
ical machine. And besies, the True
Democrat has specifiaelp disconnected
five of the seven administrative officers
of the State government from direct
relations with the machine, and have

frequently commended official acts of
the administration as a whole.
If Governor Browad has been so cer-
tain all this time that money was due
from the I. I. Board to the Florida
schools, why the mischief hasn't he
aeenthat it was turned over to them ?
Perbaps Editor Mathew, of the Bar-
tow Record, will tell us about this.-
Tampa Tribune.
The difference is in the fact, they
need all the mosey they am lay their
hands an In their drainage schemes and
operations, and my they wilm pay after
t has all been spet. They are fast
draining of all fthe meWy and the
ada. and will then hays nothing to
pay with. They can't deny the ashools,
Vader the Cittus sln dae its share
al & to S dne o take ad
wmetbe te l, a I ix
f. ema Mr. ar w a *ad
ML. b' pt ww, the therms ay
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Ives In the Olden Times. Was It Se.

While Moses was away in the moun-
tain after the second set of laws, having
broken the original tablets; his brother
Aaron cornered the stock market. He
got possession of all the hogs and other
stock in all the country there about.
This state of affairs was working such a
hardship on the Israelites, that when
Moses returned from the mountains
they W to bitterly &i--9
tha 1-0the a n at
ex ~rt that they had ad
e i as wealth, their jewei
1matmzents in buying meat from
and were hungry and could not
.4t meat
* Moses called to him, his brother Aaron
and said, "Aaron, the people complain
that you have cornered the meat supply.
They are hungry, you must give them
food." "Then let them buy it," re-
plied Aaron, "I have it for sale, and
will sell for cash."
Then Moses said, "Aaron while I was
in the mountain on the Lord's work for
the good of the people, you have been
speculating; now you must let me in on
the deal."
"No, it is my stock. I bought it and
the profit is mine. My hogs and other
cattle-my profits."
"But Aaron, I am your brother, you
must let me in on it. I should share
with you."
Then Aaron, thrusting his thumbs in
the armpits of his vest, strutted import-
antly up and down saying, naryy a hog.
I bought them, they are all mine."
Then Moses went inside, and taking
up his gold pen, wrote as follows:
"To all faithful Israelites, it is hereby
ordained that from this aate it will be
unlawful for any one to eat the flesh of
the hog, or pork in any form."
Thus bankrupting Aaron, and the law
is observed to this day, by all orthodox
Jews.-S. Jacksonville Fla.
This is what Hon. Jake Moore, State
Warden of Georgia, says of Kodol For
Dyspepsia: "E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chi-
cago. 111. Dear Sirs-I have suffered
more than twenty years from indiges.
tion. About eighteen months ago I had
grown so much worse that I could not
digest a crust of corn bread and could
not retain anything on my stomach. I
lost 25 pounds; in fact, I made up my
mind that Icould not live but a short
time, when a friend of mine recom-
mended Kodol. I consented to try it
to please him and I was better in one
day. I now waigh more than I ever did
in my life and am in better health
than for many years. Kodol did it. I
keep a bottle constantly, and write
this, hoping that humanity will be
benefited. Yours very truly, Jake C.
Moore, Atlanta, Aug. 10, 1904." Sold
by all druggists.
Letter to 0. H. White.
Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sir: There are two sorts of paint:
one to sell and make money, the other
to paint and save money.
Who gets the money? The maker, the
seller, the painter.
Where does it come from? The owner,
of course; he pays the painter for doing
the work, and the dealer for gallons of
paint; and he pays the paint-manufact-
urer, gallons again: more gallons, more
money all round: for the owner to pay
to the paint dealer and paint-manufact-
What's the paint that saves money?
Gallons again; less gallons, less money
for paint, less money for wages; a gal-
lon of paint is $5 for wages and paint.
Less gallons, less money to pay, $5 ,a
Two sorts of paint: less gallons and
more; less money and more: $5 a gallon
difference: two to one in gallons and
It cots twice as much to pint the
average more-gallons paint as to paint
Devoe. When the people find-out, it
may not be quite so easy to sell extrav-
agant paint by calling it "cheap."
Yours truly
P.S.-Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup-the
cough syrup that tastes nearly as
good as maple sugar and which chil-
dren like so well to take. Unlike near-
ly all other cough remedies, it does
not constipate, but on the other hand,
it acts promptly yet gently on the
bowels, through which the cold is
forced out of the system, and at the
same time it allays inflammation. Al-
ways use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup. Sold by all druggists. *

Machine reltics, As It Were.
It seems to be pretty generally be-
lieved that the action of Governor Brow-
ard in removing Sheriff Jackson and ap-
pointing a successor was prompted not
so much by regard for the public inter-
ats as a desire to forward the interest
of the governor's political trends. Tha
this is the general impression is not to
be denied, nd that it s bing carefully
and ably nned I evident to every one.
It would have bees better had the gov-
r ea r ordered a full hearing, and if, at
Its eso usoun he felt that he wa s
fed in taking drastic action, he ao
have given ear to the wishes and advia4
of all elasesof cities as to the es-
eeass. -Tampa Tim .
aB careto^aboit'^X l itie oough.
Sot something riat away; mm gooA
realale remedy t"at wllU moe the
bowels. Keamned LaxaUtve o
y irap et gently yet Proa n oa th0
bowels sad allys tl mat at the
Iar e tlM It tIs plMsa t to te1jm a
. It is epec aly re ma foetr kf1
Mrea t It tte 0 a0 MN gOW A
mob04.amO A

Hon. W. B. Lamar, candidate for the
U. S Senate, and Hon. Jeff. B. Browne,
candidate for governor, ate stealing
marches on their opponents by cam-
paigning with their wives accompanying
them; a wise issue as it were. Both
ladies are charming and attractive and
are winning many trends for their
spouses.- iami Metropolis.
Rev I. S. Patterson has recently re-
turned from Muscogee, Florida-Ala-
bama, where he was called by the ill-
ness of his brother. We are glad to
state that Mr. Patterson left his brother
well on the way to recovery.

Jeff. D. Ferrell,

General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience. .

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patronage Is solicited
and satisfactiOn guaran.

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wiith severe
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a regulator s needed. lerbine will put your liver in the oon-
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Mr. 0. D. Philley, Marble ta, Texam. wrltM: "I hwe
usd Herbine and find Itthe bestUver eorrtiveI hae
'tried. It done my i as well as myelfa world of
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oThe Times-Union ha this to say con-

in the woods, which have extended to

citrus groves and pineries, doing far
more damrge than the whole bunch of
cattle fr which each particular fire is
their best. Another consideration is
the loss of trees, the more serious on
account of the growing scarcity of
timber, and also the damage to the tur-
pentine interests. Florida would be
wealthier if all its scrub cows could be
removed. These fires rob the soil of
humas and make it yearly more im-
poverished. There is a law against set-

about enfor-Ung it is that any one may
walk throuin the woods droed tpmg
lighted matcres unobserved, the doing farmes

springng up after he has left the im-

When you have a cold tnd mucous
membrane is inflamed and the disease
germs which you breathe find lodge-
met and multiply, espeimarketedlly the
pneumonia germ. Foley's Hoarcity and
Tar soothes and heals the infamed air
passage, stops the cough and expels
the coie from your system. Refuse
substitutes. Sold by all druggists. *
substitutes. Sold by all druggists. 0

The Kind You Have Always Bougt& Mid which has m
in use for over 80 year, has borne the iganstl st
S- andl rha been made umder hIs ]"'.
0 non"a- supevinwvlsea U sl1e it1 1baht.1 1
AllRO 0 AUoweno eoito ve you l nthi
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are bwt
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the hea&l of
Infants and Chidrben-Experience against Expeslmnt.

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contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narootic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
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and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
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Dr. Thomas N. Evans, Dentist, office
up stairs, next to telegraph office.
'Phone No. 257. 23-tf
Miss Mamie Snipes, of Chaires, spent
a few days in Tallahassee this week,
visiting friends.
Mr. G. W. Saxen a well known Tal-
"' J[ lab-as, w shaking hands with
ville friends and acquaintances
yesterday. He made the Aragon head-
vuarter during the day.-Times-Union
Lesee J. I. C. Watt is having the
Bloxham Hotel generally overhauled,
refurnished and repainted, and will
make of it a first claimss house in every
respect, and Tallahasseeans are rejoiced
that he is coming to be one of us.
NOTICE-Dr. R. A. Shine will con-
tiue his father's insurance business. 4
Dr. W. L. Moor now has forces of
men at work remodeling the building
for the new telephone exchange, and
at work on the 'phone lines. When it
is allcompleted Tallahasseeans will have
a service and exchange second to none
in the South.
Mr. Aurelius J. Phillips, of Knoxville
Tenn., representing the Welch Grape
Juice Co., was in the city on Wednes-

daSouvenirs of Florida---beautiful
pieces of Haviland china, hand painted
in designs of oranges, orange blossoms,
and the exquisite chertee rose. Call
and see them at Nicholson's. 2
Hon. D. U. Fletcher is, in this issue
of the True Democrat, giving a good
picture of himself and the principles he
stands for. Read it.
Mr. Julius Salomon, a well known
Floridian and a prominent candidate for
state railroad commissioner, was among
visitors to the city yesterday. He reg-
istered at the Aragon.-Times-Union,
Misses Dora Home and Nettie Stokes
of Tallahassee were in the city Friday,
attending the Chautauqua at DeFuniak
Saturday, and returned to Tallahassee
Monday noon. -Marianna Times-Cour-
Jacksonville Floridian:-We don't
want to say anything else against our
State administration at Tallahassee. but
it does seem that it requires entirely
too many inspectors and detectives trav-
Soover the State to keep the machine

/ There is no disguising the fact that
Hon. W. B. Lamar is going to be a
prominent figure in the senatorial con-
t. He has a good record, as well as
a charming wife to aid him in his can-
{ vass, and is making friends daily.-
Gainesville Sun.
We have been moving a large part of
the office up-stairs this week, hence a
shortage in locals and other matter.
We have now more room, and perhaps
the best arranged and neatest compos-
ing room in Florida, and will be in good
shape to make improvements in our lo-
cal departments. Send us ineverything
we can make a personal or local item
FOR SALE-Cash Register, good as
new. Apply P. 0. Box 186. 4-tf
Hon. Jefferson B. Brown will address
the people of Tallahassee and surround-
ing country at the opera house, Wed-
nesday evening at eight o'clock p. m.
All are cordially invited.
Thomas B. Lamar camp, Confei'erate
Veterans will hold their next regular
meeting Tuesday, April 1st, 1908, and
a full attendance is desired.
FOR RENT- The Charles Hopkins
house in Tallahassee. Apply to W. A.
Demilley. 4
Mr. S. C. Fleming, of Chaires Sta-
tion, was in the city yesterday and
made this office a pleasant visit. He
has a fine lot of Cuban tobacco for
Hon. John H. Patterson, of Chaires,
was among his Tallahassee friends
again yestojday, as was also his neph-
ew, Geo. W. Patterson, Jr.
Hon. William A. Register was among
our pleasant visitors again yesterday.
He and the board of commissioners are
preparing to put our roads in good
S FOR SALE.-"Reliance Incubator,"
L 280 egg capacity. Apply to Gilmore A&
S Davis Co., Tallahas, Fla. 4

M. F. M. Brumby, now residing and
do business in Quincy, with a branch
of e Tllshase Seco Hand Goods
House, has been among his hosts of
Tallahassee friends agan this week.
Fourteen pages of your local news-
paper again this week, filled with inter-
eting reading matter and advertise-
ments. Read every line of it and then
mail it to some friend abroad.
Mr. Joe May Ferrell left for Jack-
ille Wednesday to accept a position
with the Times-Union.
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S alve-It is healing. soothing and ool-
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Dr. J.A. Anders' hosts of Leon coun- Death of Walter G. Noore.
ty friends are pleased to learn that he Walter Graham Moore died at his
is rapidly improving in health, with homeontheMeridianroadnorthof the
.. .. ... home on the Meridian road, north of the
ood prosper ts of recovering. His
daughter, rs. May Walker, returned nday mo March
home Wednesday, the doctor being o, at 8:47 o'clock, and was buried Tuesday!
much better thedoctor. afternoonin the City Cemetery. He
m uch beter. had been in failing health for several
Tallahassee is now a veritable flower months, but was confined to his bed but
garden, everything being in bloom and a short while. His death brings sorrow
the air is full of sweet perfume from to many friends.
the various pretty flowers. Mr. Moore was born in Bradford coun-
See the official call of the Leon coun- ty, Fla., February 20, 1868, hence he
ty Democratic Executive Committee in had just passed his fortieth year. He
another column. Our committee met was married July 20,1890, to Miss Flor-
last week and made full provisions for ence M. Osteen, of Starke, Fla., who
the primary election, survives him, with three daughters,
Mr. Wmn. H. Anderson, M. D., of Ada, Florence and Ona Rita. His broth-
Soda Springs, Ida., says that Bees er, Marion F. Moore, of Macon, Ga.. and
Laxative Cough Syrup has relieved wife; his sister. Mrs. Addie Harrell, of
coughs and colds where all other ram- Jacksonville, and mother-in-law, Mrs
edies failed. Its gentle laxative effects W. J. Osteen, of High Springs, were
especially recommend it for children, with him when he died is brother-in-
It is pleasant to take. For coughs, law, Mr. Lee Harrell, and his niece,
colds, hoarseness, whooping-cough. Mrs. Wiona Barber, of MacClenny,
Money refunded if not satisfied. Sold arrived in time for the funeral.
by R. W. Cobb Drug Co. 43 For a number of years Mr. Moore was
engaged in commercial life at Palmetto,
Editor Claude L'Engle, of the Sun, Tam-, and Lake Butler, but recently
was among the Tallahasseeans who at- had been employed as a traveling sales-
tended the funeral ceremonies of Hon. mrn. He was a Shriner, and a member
W. J. Bryan, at Jacksonville, Wednes- of the Baptist church, with which he
day. united at the age of 18 years. He was
Hon. J. F. C. Griggs, the leading and a consistent Christian, and will be
popular candidate for Congress, Third greatly missed in both church and
Congressional District, was in Tallahas- lodge.
see again this week. He has just made The fueeral took place Tuesday after-
a tour through parts of Wakulla and noon from the First Baptist church, in-
Gadsden counties, and furnishes data terment being in the City cemetery.
to prove that he is daily gaining, and The funeral sermon was preached by
reports from hil quarters is of the moot Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs, of Stake, friend
encouraging nature. Looks as if he of the family, by whom the ceremony
will surely be our next congressman. was performed eighteen years ago when
A big cut or a little cut, small Mr. and Mrs. Moore were married. He
scratches or bruises or big ones are paid a high tribute in his talk at the
healed quickly by DeWitt's Carbollsel church to the character of the deceased.
Witch Hazel Salve. It Is especially whom he had known from earliest child-
good for piles. Get DeWitt's. Sold by hood. The services at the grave were
all druggists. n charge of the Masonic order, the
Si Knights Templars attending in uniform,
There are three new announcements I and pay m the honors accorded a
added to our list this week. Hons. deceased brother, at his request. The
John C. Moore and L. S. Crump for services were attended by a large num-
county commissioners and Hon. J. L. ber of friends.
Moody for the Legislature. General regret is felt for the passing
Mrs. Janie Harlan and little Miss of Walter Moore, and the bereaved famn-
Tommie, who have been visiting Mrs. ily have the sympathy of all in his
R. W. Cobb for quite a while, feft for death. _
their Tennessee home yesterday.
The friends of Mrs. A. Curtis Brown LOVER..
deeply svmpathioe with her upon the of good health should prevent sick-
death of her husband, which occurred ness instead of letting themselves get
at his home in Thomasville Georgia. slck and then try to cure it So long
about a week ago. Mrs. brown as a as you keep your liver, bowels and
native of Tallahassee, and well known stomach in a healthy and active con-
to the older citizens as Miss Fenton edition you won't get sick. Ballard's
Carpenter, who after the death of her Herbine relieves constipation, Inactive
first husband, Mr. W. 0. Head, married lver and all stomach and bowel trou-
Mr. Brown, and went to live in Thorn- bles. Hardee mith Co.
asville. Mrs. Brown is now visiting #-relean-S
her sister, Mrs. F. C. Gilmore. In an- .. 9. ,hvt gra sm
other column we give an account taken Duval Brothers are having their an-
from the Thomasville Enterprise, of nual sale of Violet brand goods- white
Mr. Brown's death and burial goods, laces embroideries and ribbons
Mro. Brows dath and burial.their der* is besutfuy;; decor;t;
Prof. L. W. uhsi. will be here the in violet and white. The sale
latter of the week in the interest of his yester dy mni g W t 8.30 and il
campaign for the position of county m inue through h next five days. Acon-
perintemdent. He will address gathcorpsf obliging salve
ering at Cork Academy p Friday. g
many o candidates for o bed wtertains thm with music.
the etir Hlist of *idatesavi r i ter a firm is one that be-
ceivedinvitation.-TampsrmeV ein t- busine methods
cvedint -T and inliberal dvs .and the
For months past -romfinet citins reap the advantages which always fol-
eand Democ.btic ,.ebo ome low this oombinatlon.
ing Roo. Perry G. Wall to make th -
race for the State Senate hrm this A LIFE AT STAKL
0euaty. His special Stow,. for the p)- Tour n may be at state when you
sition as univerf 3sI E and all notice any 1sin of kidUneyr bladder
that he w ws e adit e trouble, as Bright' diaese and dA&
econ Tty.asI 2ae b beta ~ with a slight krgarty
hae ofteL~i.i~are.UTapa that ould be quaickly ued by MoeW's
mw lf& -assA w Af*.

OFFICIALA CALL election l sid county, showing the result of each
Precinct to candidates for such office. and hall
also certify to the Chairman of the Congressional
---- Committee such result as to the candidates for
Member of Congraes.
For Democratic Primary Elections In' The decision s to canvass and rulings of the
county committee @hall be final ua to county can-
Leon County, Florida, Nay 19th, didates, including Memberso the Lmriulaturebe-
fore such primary. '
1908, and June 16th, 1908. WATCHEMS ARE ALLOWED.
Each candidate for office being voted for shall
have the right to place one watcher and challen-
Dmocratic Committ o an County i ger in the polling place at each precinct in maid
The Dmocratic Commit tee of Leon County, in county which said watcher and challenger shall
the State of Florida. hereby call a id provide for be entitled to be present during the entire time
the holding of a Democratic Primary Election, the polls are open to challenge voters and also to
said primary to be so held in said county at the witness the counting of the vote and certifying
legal polling place in each election district during to the result after the polls are closed. The bal-
the hours fixed by law, for the nomination of all lots, poll lists, returns and other records of the
Democratic candidates. for county office, to be vc election shall be preserved by the County Execu-
ted for by the Democratic electors at the General tie Committee after the primary has been held.
Election to be held November 3. 1908. and to be t b
appointed by the Democratic Governor of the By the order of the Democratic ExecutiveCorn-
State between the date of the holding of said mittee of Leon county. Florida.
primary election and the time for holding the pri- JOS. A. EDMONDSON.
mary election in 1910. Atte ,t-. P sChairmtan
SECONY.Attet-R. J. P r Secretary. 6-4t
.C.. PRIMARY. In the Circuit OJrt of the Second Ju-
Provided. that a second primary where neces- dicthe Circuit ft f the Second Ju-
mary under the provisions of the laws of Florida, dicial Circuit for Leon County.-In
shall be held on Tuesday. the 16th day of June, Chancery.
198. to choose between the highest candidate Char J. Diehl, Complainant. vs. Augusta M
where nominations shall not have been made by a Cr'lson ad Nela Carlson, Her Husband, Do-
majority vote in the first primary election, and at feant.-Foreoure of Mortgage.
such second primary election only such electr..
as were qualified to vote at the first primary ele- IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
tion shall be permitted to vote. the afiavit of the complainant. Charles J.
The Democratic Committee calling said primary Dehl. that the residence of the defendants, Au-
election in compliance with the laws. hereby de- usts tM. I!ilon and Nels Carlso is notion Flur-
clare the terms and conditions on which legal ida. bet Is Great calls. Castcadecounty, Mon.
electors offering to become candidates, or to vote tana:, that iMre i no permao in the State of
at such election, shall be regardcd and taken as Floriad o _being served upon who would
proper members of the Democratic party and bind the defendants. and that the said de-
therefore entitled to participate and be candidates feaditS over the of twet.y-on0
before, and vote at such elections, as follows: years; It theefore ae thatthe defend-
ants, Augusta M. Carloon and Nes Carnason, be
QUALIVICATIONS Or CANDIDAT and the are hereby ordered and required to ap-
=0 D themlmaI"inat's bill of complaint ea
Those, and only those, persons shall be permit- the 4th of MW A. D 19 at the
ted to become candidates before or to vote at or court houe at Talahk i, ds-: that this or-
pticipabte ith e mana .ment of any p der be public ,done. we for four (-: sua-es.
election held by the Democratic party i si M wee in-The Weekly Tnr Deocrat." a
county, who are white Demo tie electors who nam r published in the City of Tallahamie.
declare their adherancee to the principles and or. a ty amd State.
ganisatlo. of the Demeorat partr-NaUtoa, itaIeth, Henry T. Fekel. Clerk of the
tte and County-who aro by the laws of the cit C oat f L"e county. -rida,. ad
State lawfulelectors.of the district In which they a d this March 4th. A. D. 190
offer to vote, who have ai their poll t b tmi.] t rY T. A D ELK9L.
gaoy du.notletha da before uch lk as soreSaid.
.L-t-m LU .A -1- L11 "- lwAts aoreaid

mary elctiou nI o adIM who mIaWl w en ai-
leged by amy lector, pledge in writing upon
oath beforean inspector his bonor to abide by and
support the result of much primary and vote for
the nomino thereof.
Each elector in msid county qualid-to vote In
said primary elections bll have right to vote
for two Membersof the House of Reprsentatives.
one candidate for County Judge, one candidate
for Sheriff, um candidate for Clerk at the Circuit
Court, one candidate for County Assesnor of
Taxes. one candidate for Tax Collectorme eandi-
date for County Superinteadeatof Public Instre-
tdan. one candidate for County Surveyor, e can-
didate for Couat Treasurer, one eandidte for
SupoervItor of Reatrb t. five candidates for
County Comannlieoner and three anideaet for
Member of Board of Pubte Instruesto..
E such eleuch tor in the repecti Justtie
Districts i said county shall have the right to
vote for one Justiee o the Peace and one candi-
date for Coastable.
Each elector i each election proinct i said
county shall hve the right to vote for ono Mem-
bar of the Demo te County Committee,.
Each per desiring to .have his name printed
on the pr sry eto ballot a seacandidato for
ay county eo shall file with the ehabman
of this ao itts as or behere the loth day to
April. A. D. 16.i his moties t radan sand ap.
oaMred to ated uM s h riate us a blank
to be fursbhr i by the sid chaimna, and seam.
pealed by a "on"t i c maser atm to fivet p
at. of the ann-- eI Sa m of the cOme for
whi chbhe is aALdAat- d so nm aany sueh
candidate hall eh printed pUo or mounted or r.
tUed, if printed upos all such ballot. unle
this pnisow bha bo have st Saipned with.
ai chalo"dme shell---diSt t heor.aftertan s,
ish to ebh woupa puWimbold in MId county a
lift o r al BaMl w have beeo fibed e a eawdi.
The tMfto said pri r ltioam oll be by
am 1am ad eL uA nse Wbwith the

Mei fimedtyhese

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A trw copy.
Attot--HMarY T. hFLEL.
Clerk aforemam. &-4t
In the Circuit Court of Florida, Second
Judicial Circuit for Leon County.-
In Chancery.
Alfred L Ptta. Cplnat, v. Jnnie L. Pitta.
Sthe Atdit of the empklmt, Alfred
Pitt. tMt the rmidmWee oft the dofembt. Jmbe
L. PItt s anot an Flrida. but is at AshbuM OGer-
sls; tl ospnoat u in nthe 8tote ad Yar-
the M -- being ered up=a wbm wommld
ad thea. d that the sid ddem4.
at b evw of twy-e m earm It so.
tbe.tiu, mdidthat the oadant, Jeske L.
tohtair. to teallmt's Ml t daompslatt
anGMFO n4th4dat of May. A. D. 1JM; that
this mdwble51hisomes a week feirifou.
wMlJ Il ".b Week% Tre Demnt,"
a mnewaper .unished In the ty n. Talabseie.
Witems ryT. .lClrkof tdhe CSut
Court a Less amty. lork,& and the sMl thw-
of thkI 3M1K Ist. A. D. 19i.
A true u.
Attut-Hm Ti P r-nu.
Clerk aftoread. 64t


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