TALTAHASSEE, FLORl. FRIDAY, APRIL
Honesty in Public
to All--Special Privileges
Judej Shayler ea Candidate Brew-
In "People's Forum," Times-Union,
29th. Judge Shaylor says :
The expected has indeed happened.
The crowning achievement of dema-
gogy goes again before the "great-
He, who has violated every tenet of
the Democratic party; he who has
trampled upon selections made by Dem-
eratic primaries, with boots and spurs ;
he, whose heart is as much attuned to
that of the "great-hearted people's" as
a hyena's to the symponies of heaven ;
he who is famous for "proclamations
delivered from headquarters" for the
maintenance of "my policies; this arch-
chief of dissemblers, who is so jealous
ot the public weal as to suspend from
office slek persons whose public careers
are without blemish, charged with neg-
lect of duty, now enters a race which is
sure to receive nearly the whole of his
time from the office of Governor, and
so distort his mind meanwhile as to un-
fit him for any proper public service-
save alone his own selfish canvass; this
mistake-of-a-moment, pre ant with
ill-fate, whose fame as Governor, if
fame at all, has been chiefly acquired
by his ready response to open cheap
hows with his "cut-and-dried" and
"every ready ;" who carried for the
office of Governor neither his ward, his
city nor his county-the county wherein
he was born and reared and came from,
which, it is alleged, he did smuggling
service for the behoof of his own pock-
et, when others were honestly volun-
teering to fight in the Spanish war;
this "Me and Mine" enthusiast, who,
as sheriff of this county, was such a
palpable misfit that one of the oldest
most honored of our Governors re-
moved him from office, and his gasping
faction endeavoring to rehabilitate his
fallen fortune, re-elected him for sheriff
\Nd thereby so odiously odorised that
ice as to loe it to that faction since
sand, apparently, evermore!
S/ 1 to make an exeedingly long
ry short, he comes before the
"great-hearted" for United States Sen-
a tor. "Blow wind! Swell billow!
Swim bark !
Be it known to Democratic voters
that this person, who, as stated,
neither carried his ward, his city nor
his county for the high office he now
bolds, and hardly been inaugurated into
this splendid position before arrogating
unto himself to dictate the policies and
name the officers for the pnblic concern
of the people of that same ward, city
and county, even beheading, In the face
of that people's protest, officers selected
by them, and that, too. at a moment
w en such officers, with long and hon-
orable public careers behind them, were
giving as perfect satisfaction to the
peop who elected them as it is possi-
ble for humankind to give-some of
them beyond a doubt-satisfactory to
everyone save a handful of politicians
whose only objection was founded on
In an editorial of some time ago un-
der the interrogatory caption, "What
is the Limit ?" referring to one of the
aforesaid proclamations, I have first to
answer. There is no limit.
In the body of the editorial you again
ask, "Who Speaks Here?" And then
you answer, "A party boss, the head of
a political organization who is powerful
to make or mar the fortunes o"s poli-
tician." Ay, there's the poinr which
must needs strike me most forcibly. It
may be tolerated by a civilized people,
unfair and unjust as it undoubtedly is,
for a person holding high officee-a ov-
ernor-to prostitute the power of that
|. office in the making of politicians' for-
tones, but when it comes to marring
S the fortunes of one, of absolutely ruin-
S ing, for the time being, every earthly
i interest of that one, and that one, too,
with a past public record so superior to
Sthe record of that Governor; with every
Sfiber of his being, indeed, so superior to
That Governor-it becomes so intoler-
able, so outrageous, so unjust that the
wonder to me has been and is that the
S y le wi l, even for a moment, endure
SThey certainly will not long endure
I t, less my knowledge of the people
has been much at fault.
S A victim of thisarrogance, I (and
with me the people of this county) have
been in the fullest sense of the word.
I was elected for the office of Criminal
SCirt Judge of this county, carrying my
city and county. In the very
r of Jacksonville-Fifth Ward-
where I had resided since 1893 and
e I was as well known as I shall
S vr be, or can be, I carried my ward
tese times in one year, the year pre-
Svim for the city council and the follow
for tM Judgship in two pri-
I had served two years s
without a breath of protect from
oeferal eltisship, but on the con-
dothe tsteo satisfaetion of all,
-B(I cheaeae the
GILCHnSTr ALL RIGHT.
*eceasiBes That newspaper nHe Are
The St. Petersburg Independent com-
plains that the State candidates are a
cheap lot, and are inclined to haggle over
the coet of such advertising as they may
desire. How about Gilchrist? Wedon't
wish to make comparisons, but Gilchrist
is one candidate who does not haggle.
The matter in this paper accompanying
the General's picture was sent with the
simple instructions, 'insert as an adver-
tisement until the primary and send bill.'
And he will get his advertisement-from
us-just as cheap as if torty letters had
been passed on the subject. If there
are any concessions to be given, we
would be inclined to make them to the
man who does business in this straight-
forwajd, business-like way. Gilhnrist's
treatment of the newspapers in this in-
stance is characteristic of the man at all
times. He is a big hearted, generous
man, with no smallness or meanness in
his make-up. Lakeland News.
The Independent admires Mr. Gil-
christ for the confidence he placed in
the press of the State in sending copy
for his announcement to the papers of
the State without asking for a Castoria
rate. He will get better terms than if
he went after the space like patent-med-
icine concerns. The Independent has
but one rate, and the merchant, the for-
eign advertiser the candidate, the city,
the county, and even the United States
pays the same price per line. The In-
dependent is one of five papers in the
State designated to carry advertising
for the government.-St. Petersburg
Perhaps no agency outside the Chris-
tian church has ever done so much to
uplift and sustain men as the fraternal
societies, of which we see so much in
The fraternal society has reached its
greatest heights in this country, and
millions of men are adherents of one or
more of the great organizations which
now hold their lodges everywhere.
The great central idea in all of these
organizations is love toward one another,
love toward their country and love to
Charity is the chief virtue practiced,
and millions of money are raised annu-
ally and spent for the destitute, feeding
the hungry, nursing the sick, burying
the dead, raising and educating the or-
phan, reieving and comforting the wid-
ow. Orphanges, hospitals and frater-
nal homes dot the land as a result of
Not one of the long list of fraternal
organizations but insists in a belief in a
Supreme Being as a pre-requisite to
Not one but requires its membership
to obey the laws of morality; to be
loyal citizens of the country in which
they live, and to conduct themselves as
to avoid censure and reproach.
All their great charities are practiced
without ostentation ; the receivers are
not humiliating themselves because
they receive that which is their just due,
and the general motto is "from him
who bath to him who hathneed."
No fraternal organization pretends to
take the place of the church, but with-
out exception they attempt to so edu-
cate their members that the step from
lodge to church is not a difficult one,
but one most natural and most to be ex-
Object to Strong Medicines.
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed by
physicians for rheumatism. There is
no need of Internal treatment in any
case of muscular or chronic rheuma-
tism, and more than nine out of every
ten cases of the disease are of one or
the other of these varieties. When
there is no fever and little (If any)
swelling, you may know that it Is only
necessary to apply Chamberlain's Lini-
ment freely to get quick relief. Try It.
For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. *
FoR SALE-Cash Register, good as
new. Apply P. O. Box 186. 4-tf
record, as I have already done in my
answer to certain charges) the whole
city, county and State loud in their
proclamations of praise of my judicial
conduct, when, with the benediction of
at least 99 per cent of our people upon
my head, I was summarily suspended
from office simply by the might of this
person acting as Governor.
At the moment no person in this
county would have ventured against me
for that office if indeed for any office.
I had gone from the Vice-Presidency
of the City Council to the Judgeship,
elected by the people in every instance,
and have bee. of all thingain this ife
of ours, a public servant, with an un-
blemished record, and I challenge the
record, as I have constantly done since
the ignoble stroke of that ignoble pen
-might and nothing bat might against
right and nothing but right.
*It was an easy matter and the Goverm
er is mo doubt beim to omdr it
a taialgem, btwe wileeabotto t,
aUumm T, f-k a.
JackasvTie0, Mee, U, SS.
T. J. APPL&YAR
IMPROVING THAT PIPE.
*lNoNUCrLS Trttmet M"-i to make.
TheM I- =moser.
A Streak CandMate e Will Mate fer
The True Democrat takes pleasure in
printing the fallowing letter from Hon.
T. J. Appleyard, of Lake City, announc-
ing that he will make the race for State
Comptroller against Mr. Croom. We
believe he will win. The temper of the
people of Florida is for a change of af-
fairs, especially in its taxing depart-
ment. With many others, the True
Democrat will watch for Colonel Apple-
yard's announcement with interest :
LAKE CrrY, FLA., March 31, 1908.
Hon. John G. Collins, Tallahassee, Flor-
My Dear Mr. Collins-Replying to
yours of March 6th. After conferring
with and hearing from friends from all
parts of the State, I have decided to
enter the race for State Comptroller.
I shall endeavor to place before the
voters of Florida, at least by your issue
of April 10th, my views with reference
to taxation, and other matters directly
connected with the office of Comptroller,
which I believe, if adopted by the Leg-
islature, at the suggestion of this om-f
cer, would lighten the burdens of taxa-
tion under which the people are suffer-
in. very materially.
Very truly yours.
T. J. APPLEYARD.
P. S.-I am very busy arranging de-
tails for the coming meeting of the
State Press ociatio at St. Peters-
burg. I hope, at let, to get a half-
rate fare for the meeting.
TO OUR S9w aisr .
We have mailed all statements and
after this issue we shall be compelled
to cut off our list all who are in arrears
for the paper. We do not like to do
this, and would not, if the recent ruling
of the Postoffice department did not
force us to. We have some friends that
are in arrears that feel like members of
the family, and we are loathe to part
with them. It is our desire to retain
them all, but to do this we must ask
that you renew at once, or we will be
forced, under the law, which we deem
most unjust, to strike your name from
We would urge our subscribers, who
are in arrears to send in the amount
due, and then you will not miss an
issue. Please bear this in mind, and do
not delay, but do it now.
RebaldlaM g Lanar Ian.
The Lanark Hotel Company, of which
Dr. W. L. Moor is the president, is pre
paring to rebuild Lanark Inn at Lan-
ark-on-the-Gulf. The work of prepara-
tion is being pushed forward as rapidly
as possible, and the company is ready
to receive bids from competing contract.
ors. The plans and specifications for
the New Inn were secured from P. E.
Robinson, an architect of Savannah,
The Lanark Hotel Company, with a
capital stock of $25,000 was recently
incorporated by J. P. Williams, John
R. Sharp, J. W. Callahan, Robert Mc-
Tyere and others, and it is the intention
of the company to push forward the
work of building as fast as possible.
For the i"msedite *ceo-ovAndstin of
guests an "annex" will be built under
the supervision of Gilmore & Davis Co.,
which will contain an office and 12
rooms. The hotel proper will occupy
the site of the old Inn and will contain,
on the first floor, a suite of offices, a
large parlor, an immense dining room,
and apparently miles of veranda. The
secondfloor will contain 24 bedrooms,
with all the usual accompaniments of
closets, baths and toilets.
The construction of the plan is very
peculiar, it being a kind of af-hexagon
in shape. In the middle, or freqt section,
the offices etc,, will be situated. On
the left of this, as one faces the build-
ing, will be the parlor and writing room.
On the right, Is the dining room. The
most peculiar feature of the building is
the placing of two immense, uncovered
wells in the middle ot the two outside
sections ot the hexagon, which extend
from the ground through the roof.
These wells are for the free admission
of air and will be of great service in
keeping cool the temperature of the
hotel since there will be windows from
all adjoining rooms opening into them.
They will also be floored with brick and
well drained of all water that may come
in through the open roof. Prom the ap-
pearance of the drawing, the Inn bids
fair to be a comfortable, handsome ad
convenient building, far superior to the
The Lanark Improvement Company,
of which, also, -.r. Moor is the ener-
getic president, is officered as of old,
and is hustling to put Lanark aelean,
attractive condition before te erection
of the "anma." It is rea g the
hotel lay d i
bve bee ere-te b
How dear to the broker is
an old pipe, mellowed and sutned by
time and use I There are meanho de-
clare that their old pipes are their dear-
est possessions, made so by mem.,
association, travel and admiration.
that verdict true or not, old pipee w
spire a passion in the breasts of their
owners curious arc' pathetic.
Pipes grow up wth men. Theyretaln
them long after they have passed the
last stages of usefulness. What may be
said of one pipe may be said of every
kind of pipe, from the costly meerschaum
and briar down to the humble and insig-
nificant cob and clay.
To believe, as many do, that the older
the pipe grows the better it is, is an en-
tire misconception. This, however, holds
good up to a certain period of time, for
each pipe must improve on its individual
When pipe is first used it is raw, un-
seasoned and often bitter. This is true
of the best as well as in the cheapest
wood. Smoking gradually mellows and
flavors the pipe. As the pipe gains
mellowness and flavor it will lose its
unseasonableness and bitterness; it will
smoke hard, and in some cases burn the
wood and become untrustworthy as a
test of tobacco's quality. It is Impoe-
sible to say when this process of de-
terioration begins, as it is governed en-
tirely by the individual smoker's prac-
The real pipe lover seldom smokes his
pipe when it is hot, for lfthe pipe inew
it may burn. Many men carry two pipes
with them, and have a little pipe rack at
home, which hold half a dozen pipes, and
they smoke them alternately. By this
method pipes are given a chance not
only to cool, but to "season" to a par-
ticular brand of tobacco.
Pipes grow old and outlive their time,
and the veteran smoker can And no other
use for them but to handle occasionally
and cherish for the sentimental and pie-
turesque history which surrounded the
blue and white clouds of tobacco smoke
that came from them and dissolved into
A pipe before the end of its days may
be patched and mended with cobbler's
wax thread, or a new mouthpiece be
added, and undergo an entire trvnsform-
ation from its original self.
UmWer Aaspices ef Weas' Club.
the Womans' Club has been fortun-
ate enough to secure the presence here
of Miss Lillian Burke, a reader of great
popularity and success. Miss Burke
will entertain the Tallahassee public at
the opera house on the sixth of April,
and the members of the club are ex-
pecting their friends to make the occa-
sion one of great financial success. We
reprint a notice made of Miss Burke's
work by Rev. W. F. Yocum, D. D.,
Professor of Philosophy at the Univer-
ty of Florida:
Miss Lillian Burke has been studying
her chosen profession with some of the
best instructors in the country. She
received her training in the city of Chi-
cago, where she spent several years in
preparation for her work; and she won
much praise, both from her instructors
and from the audiences before which
she appeared. Since Miss Burke's re-
turn south, she has met with marked
success, and is a general favorite
among her own people a testimony of
highest order in itself. Miss Burk's
repertoire is an insight into her own
character-pure, sweet, dainty, attrac-
tive, charming in every way. Her love
for her work Is shown in every word,
in every inflection of her clear, reson-
ant voice, in every movement of her
graceful, supple body, and sne brings
laughter and sunshine to all who have
the good fortune to hear her.
Price ef admission: 35 cents; reserved
seats, 50 cents.
Imprevemats at the Gas Plant.
A representative of this office accom-
panied Mr. D. R. Swing, the superin-
tendent of the Capital City Light and
Fuel Company, down to the gas plant
one day this week, and from the im-
provements that have been made, one
would judge that the people of Talla-
hassee need have no more uneasiness
about the supply and quality of their
New machinery has been supplied,
repairs have been made, and a general
overhauling and cleaning done. An ex-
perienced and sufficient force has been
put in charge, and everything now seems
to be in ship-4hape order. There is also
an immense supply of coal laid in so that
no trouble will arise because of any
stringency in the coal market. The
waterworks station, too, has been put
in thorough order, and looks clean and
neat, with new paint and bright window
Mr. Swing im a man of indomiteble
energy, and is anxious, so far as lies in
his power, to do his duty by the patrons
of the company he repreeenta, and now
that the company has pt in the re
and iprovem- ns nds we hope
will be no more fridctioa between tm
and the Tallahaee pubie.
GetD4eWItt's Carbolses Witch Hasel
kalve-4t is healing, soothing and cool-
lag. It is god for pile. Sold by alt
. ( *. ,re
follow. th e Notes takes ple-ure in
furnishin ata and subjects for the
intellige -reader to think about and
apply to Individual benefit.
The Jumping Off Place.
"Consumption had me In its grasp;
and I bad almost reached the Jumping
off place when I was advised to try Dr.
King's New Discovery; and I want to
say right now, it saved my life. Im-
provement began with the first bottle,
and after taklna ome dosen bottles I
was a well ad man asa," says
George Moode, l ed N. C.
An a rsemasy be amd cold aad
bealer meth, sam ow 9 Mg
gvestin g- l
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Every landividual Sheald Tale a
From' March Heath Notes, we repub-
lish the following timely article:
Ignorance does not palliate nor excuse
crime. This may be considered a max-
im of law. If, therefore, responsibility
rest upon the mentally depraved equally
with the higher intellectual order of
citizenship, in an observance of laws
which hold society in a peaceful state
how much greater the responsibility of
those whose advantages of education
and environment of science continually
indicate methods necessary for health-
ful living, not only for themselves, but
for their neighbors, but who continually
The laws of man are enforced, but
the higher law of nature is disobeyed
and oftentimes completely ignored.
Higher education of the people, of
which so much is said and advocated in
these days, avails but little if not di-
rected in the line of physical better-
ment of the human family. It goes for
naught if the mental faculties shall be
brought to perfection in development,
and the body remains weak and il con-
ditioned. Indeed, it cannot be expected
that the best work can be done in a
frame which hold the vital spark of in-
tellet, if the body is racked with pain
or tortured by disease. The intellectual
and phyical cdJtio- of man are so
intimately blended and materially de-
pendent each on the other that to obtain
the perfection of fruitful work there
must be a sound body as a fit habitation
for a sound mind. The object sought
for by scientists as to impress the peo-
ple with an individual responsibility in
aet of living which will remove apathy
in dealing with health laws and will in-
crease as interest in everything which
tends to b'
It is th '- .1 'every lover of man-
kind to bt. ia&l of all conditions
which threaten the 0 th or I;'' of his
neighbor as if actr g directly uoM him-
self or family, and to warn against im-
proper habit of o v and aa in-
" f which give subsequent baneful
results to Bert and happineM. The
bin-~ wS or the fitli-soaked
ba arda, s en' of neglect and
indiffer JRtribute disease agen-
cies not oly to the immediate family
but the neighbor must suffer equally,
by the transmission of disease germs
through soil and atmosphere. Can any
one dispute but that the contributor of
these nuisances is responsible for evil
results? So also, when a contagious
disease arises in a family, Visitors to
the houseold should be warned of the
nature of the disease and prevented
from eoatact with the sufferer, that the
diseasemay not be distributed in a com-
munity by social visiting of the sick,
which act many times is but to gratify
a morbid curiosity. To visit the sick
and relieve the distressed is a beautiful
sentiment" of christian charity when
such aid is given in constant nursmn
and in isolation from the public. This
devotion to the friend then is Christ-
like ina its virtue; on the other hand the
practlee which prevails in certain se-
tion of the State of indiscriminate visit-
ing of the sick, irrespective of the am-
ture of the complaint, especially by
mothers of families whose sympathy
actuates the visit, but who duties
elsewhere in their own households pre-
vent giving their entire time to proper
nursing, cannot be too strongly con-
condemned. In fact, and too often,
these visitors do not come to nurse or
give assistance, and in filling a sick
room vitiate the air which is needful to
the patient. Many contagious diseases
of childMres are distributed in this way
and epidescs are produced through
thoughtlesmess and mistaken exhibition
of sympathy on the part of visitors to
the household of the sick.
An appreciation of individual respon-
sibility in the many conditions of living,
by personal example and by attending
to measures which prevent disease and
increase healthfulness will create a
sentiment in the community in favor of
sanitary laws and domestic hygiene
which must ultimately tend to the gen-
eral good of the State. It is behved
that it is only necessary to have the
people think earnestly and seriously on
this subject and fruitful results will
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and Young Men.
The Spring styles we're showing in suits for men and young
men are ideal garments in every respect. They were tailored in the
sanitary tailoring shops of the Schwabs of St. Louis, and you'll find
them up to the notch in workmanship. style, fit and wear. No
matter what price you want to pay for your Spring suit, be it $10 or
$25, choose one of these handsome garments and you will be choos-
ing well. They're built from choice materials in the very newest 1908
patterns and shades, and we're confident we can please you in style
as well as fit. Never in all our business career have we seen so
attractive a line of garments as we received this season from.the
Schwabs of St. Louis.
Spring Suits at $10.
They're the popular "Ten Dollar Bill" suits and coats and pants,
They're tiX .'u* .. '' welll -v eroeets at to. -prce,. and bear
-*' the latest style features found in higher priced garments. $10
You must see these suits to fully appreciate their merit at a1
Spring Suits at $15.
They are Schwab's $15 Special suits for men and young men
and are recognized as America's leading clothing special. They are
the original handmade suits with the set-price lable "on the sleeve."
We show them in a good variety of the latest brown, olive, gray
and tan shades. Without question you'll find them excellent $g5
values at I
Spring Suits at $20 and $25.
Schwab's $20 "Better-Grade" and Schwab's $25 "Superior"
suits. They contain handmade shoulders, collars, button holes and
lapels. They are exact in fit and beautifully draped. You must pay a
custom tailor $35 or $40 for suits that are no better and in a good
many instances, not as good. When you buy these suits you can
see what you're getting for your money. There's no waiting, no
trying on, no disappointment, no extra charges, no hard feeling,
whether you want to accept them or not. The suits are here ready
for you to wear, and you need only try them on and look them over
carefully. That's all we ask. We feel confident you'll agree with
us in saying that they're the best tailored, best $"2 $0"
trimmed, best fitting suits you've ever seen at V and $2J
Leaders of Low Prices.
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0 Umovemenmt amcm a Him-
ombwr of the oHIt,'Io- of Tampa
r it object t appointment of
Cran of thisty to flU the
of the vacancy made in the
by t death of Mr. Bryan. The
Ua is not disposed to discuss the
ister in much detail, but it wants to
go on record as declaring the suggested
appointment one utterly unfit to be
made. Mr. Crane has neither the cali-
ber nor the character which qualifies
men for the United States senate. His
experience along that line is limited to
a tem in the State senate in which he
managed to disappoint his friends and
only by a miracle more or less sham did.
avoid coming in contact with un-
9deasant demonstrations upon his re-
LMr. Crane does not fitly represent
W manhood, intelligence, patriotism
orbuines o South Florida. He is es-
peially in no sense a representative of
Tampa. His selection would be a stroke
of bad judgment which would go far to
confirm the impression-rapidly gaining
ground- that Governor B reward has
more fool friends than any living man
and listens to them oftener. The ap-
pointment may be made. The Times is
not in a position to know anything
about it, but it puts upon the record
right now the prediction that, if it be,
it will be the most pitiful and inexcus-
able blunder ever made by a governor
in the history of the country.-Tampa
Affords Perfect Security.
Foley's Honey and Tar affords pel
feet security from pneumonia and con
sumption as it cures th3 most obstinat
coughs and colds. We have neve
known a single instance of a cold re
suiting in pneumonia after Foley'i
Honey and Tar had been taken. Sol
by all druggists. *
Makes Them New.
Also Cleans and Puts in
SFirstcldass shape all
/ Kinds of Hats.
SCleanin, Repairing and
Pressing Clothes a Specialty.
Pea Vine and
Hay For Sale!
Also a Supply of MaL
Suitable on the R.
, N*R P. D. No. 1.
104 MASONIC BUILDING.
"AR work in the line of
SRooft, Guttering, Spout-
Sgl, and Sheet-Metal Work
soliited, and especial care
Stake, to please my pat-
Stands for These Principles:
Control of Interstate Carriers by Interstate
Commerce Con mission.
Favors Income Tax..
Staads for Tariff Revision. and Benefits to
Florida Parmers and Fruit Growers.
Duty on Egyptian Coton.
Government Approprlations for Harbors,
IMland Rivers aad Waterways.
Opposed to Truste ad all MoepoUle. .
Fayors ,Curremcy Reform
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Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The best Quail and
Snipe shooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
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Bet 4 at the Mi.
1 AM TE CART MAN
I build them under a
Guarantee, have built
hundreds and build
more every day.
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The Seaboard Florida Limited. Solid Pullman Veti-
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via Richmond and Washington. Dining Car (a la carte)
service, Double Drawing room.
Sleeping cars, Stateroom and Observation car leaves
St. Augustine 11:50 a. m. and Jacksonville 12.55 p. m.
daily, including Sundays.
For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent,
Seabord or write,
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(Succesor to A. T. Rolle)
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ur Brekfast, Dinner zhd Supper a Success when Ordering
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Buildings a Specialty.
Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in lines
1 Word About
We are compounding more and more each week.
people have found that here they can always get just
what the prescription calls for, just at the time we prom-
ist, and that the price is reasonable. All druggists use
pure drugs, but we go further, and use pure drugs of the
beat quality. Even the very cheapest drugs may be~the
purest of their kind-we don't use that kind. Try us.
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THIl TRUE DEMOCRAT WHY TH 3FIGNT ON GRIGG S? NOT UIE
J611 G. .uCOLUM, rrri. Ordinarily it would be easy enough to Nearly everybody B*x
understand just why such a persistent pected Governor Bro to get into
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. and systematic fight is being waged on the senatorial race. Am thought he
-- Hon. J. F. C Griggs, candidate for would wait and successorship to
Jtmrd u Second Class Matter March 81. 1906. at Congress from the Third Congressional Taliaferro, and pf that was his
e Post Office at TaI .haMi Florkida. ndw District of Florida. As the leading first plan, but ,t untimely and lament-
Act of Coufr. of March 3. 1879. candidate it is but natural that the bat- ed death of Seator Bryan opened a new
-s. ii '.ooe Bukldin. Corner A series of all the other candidates should prospect i, on the principle of "now
lt treet. Telepho ne BNo. 190. be turned upon him, and that was ex- or nev ie did a characteristic polit- wheI hg
cunton str Telehon No. 1. pected of those in the field, but why ical 4 by appointing Lamar's chief highest WholeSOl
*. option. 1.0oo er Year. in Advance. did it become necessary for Jefferson's .est Florida supporter, and making a nothing in ft t1
Advertita Rat-es on Applation chronic oice-to t bombastic and spectacular announce- -
...... last 1bl 'a trail ment of himself. y
Tim True Democrat Is the Ofical Newspepr like alr eft ely pressing the sly Neither the appointment of Milton doubly co rortabl
*1 LA. County. old of many a barn-yard faid in nor the characteristic announcement is T is supreme
--.- Fr y, A-r--, thtfarly dawn? likely to help along Broward's chances ae when the
Tallahassee, Friday, April 3, It is perhaps more to the point to em- for securing votes. The best people- VC When thew f
__phaize the reason for his candidacy at and there are plenty of "best people"
this particular time for as stated it in Florida-will resent both. They will
might well be taken for granted that despise the petty, peanut politics in-
r whi.iy advertimecnts are not aectd all candidates in fact-or straight-out, evolved in the appointment, and will sim-
ad inserted in thbi newspaper at any p or
under any conditions or circumstances. Not a dyed-in-the-wool candidates, would fight ply laugh at the silly and bumptious
minsle one has ever appeared in it. Griggs. But does it not seem that his language of the announcement.
The St. Petersburg Independent also candidacy at this particular time, as it The worn-out political gag about the
T he St. Petersburg Ination of en. Thos. has been on so many other occasions, is immense number of "telegrams, letters,
seconds the nomination of HoO. Thos. not so much for the purpose of getting and personal requests" alleged to have
J. Appleyard for comptroller. the office himself, but for the sole and been received urging the Governor to
Will he resign to take the field in per- only purpose of defeat g G;rig(;s. make the race, would not be out of
son? Not on your life! He will take Inasmuch as four other candidates place, perhaps, in the announcement of The only
the field, make -rip-snorting" speeches were already in the fiek' when he en- a candidate for constable or justice of with Royal Grape
all over the State. but signi? Never! tered, and the woods had been shelled the peace, but in this instance it was
with grape :innd canistry as well as exceedMgly raw and ridiculous, and will
Hon B. 0. Powden. editor of the raked with a fine tooth comb, figura- merely serve to amuse the voters, who There can be nc
Dade City Democrat, is a candidate for tively speaking, for pledges, it would should he given due credit for an intelli- dence when eating
delegate-at-large to the Democratic be unreasonable to suppose that any gence which will see through the crans-r food. Chemist
National Convention. See his card in man, regardless of his popularity, could parent device and take it for just what dr lc t
another column expect to win, or even corral enough it is worth. So it is too, with his ab- leSS of the alum po
Hon. Jefferson B Brown will address support to get him into the second pri-' surd assumption thafit is his "duty to alum Or alum salts
the people of Tallahassee and surround- marv. We must look further therefore the people of the state" to enter the
ing country at the opera house, Wed- for reasons prompting his candidacy. race. "The people" who have expressed
y evening t eiht o'clock p. m. In 1901, before the Florida legisla- their desire in that direction could
dAll are cordially invited. ture, of which he was a member, he doubtless all be counted on the fingers
.-. made a record for himself of allowing of one hand, and most certainly conm-
The True Democrat's sanctum was himself used as a candidate to defeat prise only thf few devoted personal andi GOOD COUNTY ROADS.
honored by visits during the week from another man, by pulling away certain ,factional admirers and "machine" en- There have been recently reported ait
Hons. Pprk Trammell, Jeffer-on B. votes, to-wit: his two colleagues, in the gineers whom he met while engaged in tris office several aid places in the
Browne, W. K. Jackson and Jeff. W. hope they would stay, "broke away" attending the funeral of the deceased county roads that drimand immediate
Lamar. all of whom are amorg the when the real candidate's name was Senator at Jacksonville. attention. As well as we can remem-
most prominent Floridians. presented to the legislature. It has In short. Broward's candidacy, so ber, they are as follows: The hill be-
The newspapers continue to book El'd- been alleged, and seemingly not with- blunderingly "circussed." is destined to yond the Eppes homestead, on the
itor Tom Appleyard for State comn- out good reason, that he has maintained be regarded as the principal joke of the Bradfordville road; on the Meridian
troller. They have planted the seed, it well ever since. Senatorial campaign. road, at bottom of Ronald's hill near
and they are taking root. Appleyard We do not mean to imply that he WILLIAN JAMES BRYAN. Lake Jackson; approach, at both ends.
would at least make the coming cam- does not want the office-far from it.
would at least make the coming am- His whole life has been onetoo selfishly Will Bryan is dead This sad mes- to bridges over lamonia's Slough; near
airn interesting for somebody. -Sun, for anyone who knows him sage flashed from lip to ear throughout the Anderson place, on Fort San Luis
Gain.esvi. ^- not to suppose that Mr. Mays wants the Jacksonville yesterday, and the wires road; on Miccosukie road, sudden de-
The old saying about stepping into office, not only that, he wants every carried it to friends and relatives in va- scent into a deep wash-out in Carmich-
"dead men's shoes" has had another thing else under the sun that is worth rious parts of the State. The news ael branch, and the Glenwood branch.
illustration. ut ro campaign exiencyt having but it is simply out of the came as a shock, because reports from An attempt has been made to repair
could, or will. exe.the indecenthaste question for him to get it. Then why his bedside during the last few days this last-named place, but much still
with which our '" or fitted on the did he become a candidate at the time were encouraging, and the latest bulle- needs to be done.
campaign brogansl the machine sena- he did? tin that came over the Times-Union's The contrast shown by the St. Augus-
torial candidate. Simply for the purpose of taking leased wire from Washington at two tine road. because of the recent repair-
Again we give notice that anonymous from the Griggs column the almost solid o'clock Sunday morning reported a done, especially marked at ndthenco Walden
communications will always find their vote of Jefferson and Madison counties, much improved condition and hope for p lace, is very marked, and ove mentioned
way to the waste basket. One signed thinking perhaps that he would take his recovery. places will soon be in equally good con-
with only initials met that fate this from him also a majority of Leon's vote. Will Bryan was a lovable character, places will soon be inowthatn eoually good con-
week. It was unnecessrily personal, This, it was figured, would cripple handsome, magnetic and eloquent, and edition, and nveowgood that our county c road
too; since the general are not in- Griggs in his stronghold. his friends looked forward to a brilliant implementssione pros have good teams anord road
terested in such personal affairs of any But the scl eme will not work, it is career for him. They were proud of ter roads all over the county. So may
one. too transparent. The people will see him, and they were happy in his suc- it be.
The editor is truly grateful to those through it as they have already seen cess. But the Grim Reaper came and Whiskey advertisements are not ac-
who are coming up so promptly with through the reasons that prompted him earthly ambitions for him are at end. cepted and inserted in this newspaper
their subscriptions in compliance with t advise them four years ago that in Side by side in the Senate Chamber at any price or under any conditions or
the postal rules. Most are doing it, the event he was not in the second pri- sat Senator Whyte, of Maryland, and circumstances. Not a sinle one has
and now we feel sure we will not loose maiy for governor, to vote for whoever Senator Bryan, of Florida, the oldest evepary e o the Talla pee True
rry of err rt, rriters s*d readers was against Bob Davis, and then'just and the youngest Senator. Only a few Democrat, at the head of its editorial
and we are adding many new names to as soon as it was known that he would days separate them in their journey to columns, in which it supports General
our lst every day. not be in it, turn about-face and advise the Great Beyond. Both are deaa. Gikhrist, who has the united support
Florida's governor will now follow in them to vote for Davis. The people And it seems only yesterday that they Better publish whiskey advertisements
the footsteps of Taft and leave the are not foolish enough not to know were in the full vigor of life, planning than help the whiskey people to elect a
clerks to look after the peoples busi- what caused that sudden change of together measures for the benefit of governor.-White Springs Herald.
ness while he conducts his politicalcam- heart. their constituents. The White Springs Herald, from
paign.-Times-Unipn. Has he not al- Then why not suppose the same un- Seven United States Senators have which we take the above, comes to us
ready overstepped Taft in that respect, derlying principles govern him in this been claimed by death within the past with a number of articles against both
He now and then visits his family at instance? ten months. These were John T. Mor- Stockton and Gilchrist, blue-penciled,
Tallahassee for a while. Now, a word about Griggs. He has gan and Edmund W. Pettus, both of showing clearly in whose interest it is
^ no such record. He is not trying to Alabama; Stephen R. Mallory, of Flor- laboring. The True Democrat cares
Senator W. K. Jackson, candidate tool the farmers right from the jump ida; Asbury C. Latimer, of South Car- nothing for the slur at it, and repro-
for railroad commissioner, was among into believing he is one of them, but he olina; Redfield F. Proctor, of Vermont; duces it simply to show to what end
his hosts of Tallahasse friends Tues- isa friend to every man that is trying William Pinckney Whyite, of Maryland, Hon. Albert W. Gilchrist's opponents
day and made the Te Democrat a t make .omethinr. When at home and William James Bryan, of Florida. will go in an endeavor to weaken him,
pleasant visit. He is bustling for elec- IGri whole time is put in trying to In this unusual harvest of death, if they can, with the best people. We
tion and reports prospects good for make something grow; trying to make Florida has twice suffered, the Reaper DO KNOW that Gilchrist's past record
himself. The contest between the something exist that has never existed coming the second time while the for good morals and temperance is as
commission candidates is very pleasant, before"-in other words, he is a develop- wound left by the death of Senator good, if not better, than that of either
each laughing and joking the other erflhe nd Mallory still ached in the hearts ot his Stockton or Browne, particularly so as
friends.cesf w hik. eyeandtwenstandireay to
when they get together. Either of the such men n all the offices. e a-r to. whiskey, and we stand ready to
three candidates, Messrs. Jackson, And Griggs never went back on a shocks in W hington Tallahassee is back it up by some actual history at
Dunn or Salomonr would make an effi- principle. Never went back on a friend. somewhat tremulous also. -Times-Un Tallahassee, with affidavits. The True
cient official on the commission. What he believes he professes. and ion. Democrat IS CONSISTENT at all times,
..hammers everlastingly at it until he Nary' shock has the great Napo- and because Hon. Albert W. Gilchnrst
Remember that the registration books succeeds. He is going to Congress. n. *" a .sh. g .a p d bca.....oue... At W. Ges c o thr
for the May primary are now open at leon caused in these diggns. Fact is no demagogue, and the best of the
-fo f t h, su pre rv .o rrn o -t Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher spent yes- he does not stay in Tallahassee enough bunch on account of the good record he
.the oie of the supervisor of registra- terday and part of to-day among his to cause even a little rumbling here, has made in public life, we are support-
tion in the court house. and also in the Tallahassee friends. Sorry we were and as for shocks, why he covers the ing him. He has resorted to no under-
various election districts. If you are out when he visited our office. whole Statel handed means of securing his election
not registered it is your duty to qualify either, such as riding temperance and
at once. so as to vote. The primary is We will go the limit to help Editor Wm. H. Milton is one of Florida's church into dirty politics. If elected
the election in this State, and every Powell, of the St. Petersburg Inde- governor, as we feel he will be, he will
an= should be prepared to vote for the pendent. stop forst firing, and sh best citizens, and there were, perhaps, stand for all that is best for the peop
man should be prepared to vote for the pendent, tojp fomt nrig, mand many promisin* political opportunities le's general interests. No mistake will
ndMte best calated to serve the like, but to join him In a move to top before him. He will perform his official be made in making Gilchrist governor
people effleimtly aad faithfully. Reg- Roosters from crowing in Florkl duties conscientiously, and will such as of Florida.
sister and pay your poll tax. Never I Poor nerves, indeed, that a they are or ~ay be, in the brief space The True Democrat is not opposing
not sleepwhile therooeterows aro o dring w hih he will be Senator but he any candidate, personally. We only
,map, in his o the United State hese many years." Shname will always be handicapped hereafter hope to .men defeat mhine
"ate? -G-uue.. YU'om.," Or" better-half *k--I by the cir, tanwes attemding his ap- politicsand politicians, and thope can-
A u in h"O might a c herbbr 26 or 30 head it hes, in tepointmnt To be an involuntary pop- didates w e a supporting ansurely
- 9 A-- A# t-s=shiy,, yad tt, four roosters. andthey ,zllnW & sea -t the power of the Three
es.sesion foh it'e sbeaecbsuiplacpowers for a fact;b"tpotin Broward's political sidehow is y ieov iner on
Mei9ite to w be ut- that dosnot dsturb our shlumbers Inf t a desrable position any self-re- this M t, very want
fty smed a der. he should be. the least. specting Deomerat to occupy. ow.
t your food is of
kene-that ft has
iat can injure or
nakes the repast
e and satisfactory.
Sconf idence you
od is rased with
g powder made
Cream of Tartar
) comforting confl-
alum baking pow-
s say that more or
wder in unchanged
remains in the food.
Will Editor collinss of the Tallahassee
I ',n enrat, tell us why the G(overnor of
F"lorid:. may not send to the newspapers
of the State his favorable estimateof a
candidate when the editor of the D)emo-
crat hats ben doing timt identical thing
without censure? If it is machine poli-
tis in one case why not in the other?-
A rcadia ('hampion.
There certainly i4 a difference, and
such acts in the Governor, are open to
just criticism. He is a high-salaried
State official, and is supposed to be the
people's servant. John Collins is the
manager of his own business, and- t
out a letter for a brother prin ho
aspires to hold an office, and who isq t
ified to fill it. The Governor hea&
strong political machine, with its
chinery well oiled and running full ti ,
Collins is running a weekly newspa ,
and is trying to show up machine meth-
ods. He uses official power in his busi-
ness, we only strive to do good with a
weekly newspaper. Surely, there is a
The Governor spent only a few hours
of his time at the Capitol, when he was
not a candidate. What can the people
expect now that he is in the race. Does
not his full time belong to the people of
Florida for the $5000 a year they pay
him? He was the first governor, too,
to get the high salary.
Improvements at Panacea.
The owners and managers of popular
Panacea Springs, are making general
improvements preparatory for the
comfort and pleasure of guests during
the spring and summer months. First,
the house has been generally overhauled,
cleaned up and painted, the rooms ren-
ovated and bedding improved, the hotel
enclosed with nice fence and brightened
up, the tram road put ingood shape and
the tram cars are to be run by power.
The Spring pools have been cemented
and enlarged, and are to have nice walks
to them. In fact, everything is being
put in first-class shape, and prospects
are bright for a splendid patronage.
Panacea is one of the most popular Gulf
resorts, and all will be delighted at the
improvements being made there.
Alarms of fire, one from the residence
of Mr. A. S. Harper and one from
Leon hotel, were sent in yesterday
ternoon and last night. The
however, was so promptly met in
cases, that though the fire comn
turned out promptly, their se e
were not needed.
Miss Maizie Cox, of Jacksonville, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. POe-'
kins, on North Calhoun street. Mim'
Cox is well known in Tallahassee, a "
has many friends here who will be glad
to have her among them again.
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Wiadew and eerO rau .
If you wish to screen your does
windows it will be to your
to eonsmlt W. H. Atkiwas, Phen
before coatraeting for it, as he -
poition to give you the best a
able prices, and amen to take
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L L C0LLUS WM *. The1 program for the conme neWnt Inon General Gilchrist's h to each new er pblishe tin o
exercises of the Florida Female College platform for Governor, the For Democratic Primary K Uletl ia list of all names whid have been filed au
loe -X =T HDavT Momaor4. has been announeed. DeLand Record up the character dates for such o11ee.
The con.'i.eocrpent sermon will be of South Florida favorite son truth- Leon Couty, Florida, May 19th, FORM or NALLOT.
T" e Pible. hve We Lest It preahed at the Hall of Representatives fully and forcibly. ndeed the opinion 1908,andJane 6th, I 8. The voting in said primary election shall be by
Tar gblea"W LaIy Rev. W. K. Piner, D. D., pastor of is forceful princi l, or the reason ballot prepared and used in accordance with the
I the'April American Magfaine the First Methodist at Tampa, on Sun- that it is truthful e will reprint provisions of State Election Law, and shall be
(I opl) BishopWilliams of Michi day, May 24th. The regular commence- the Record's words er that all committ.e,anndonsaid llotsshall be printed th
'a writes an entertain short article meant exercises will be held partly in may understand our m g : "'Gene- The Democratic Committee of Leon County, in names of all candidates for county ofices, ar-
t The Bible; Have We Loot It? He the hall, partly on the campus. ral Albert W Gilch.' didate for theState of Florida. hereby call mid provide for rgedin alphabetical order as fixed by the a-
E e Bile Ha r Wethe hlla rt n the inii. Albet W. GlInw dida te !r the holding of a Democratic Primary Election. pa committee, all substantially in conformity
daheemmes the Bible our audlatbers Monday afternoon,at the gymnasium, Governor, and the idol a South said primary to be so hld in said county at the with the balotA used in general elections.
ad grandmothers used to cherish, that art exhibit and exhibition of students Florida, places his platform before the legal polling place in each election district during
te Bible that was believed to be in physical culture. Democratic voters of Volusia t the hours fixed by law, for the nomination of aI CANVAS or artuaNs.
lar t Bible H 11 OfR Y Democratic candidates for county- oie, to be vs.
the truth i every particular the Bible monday evening at the Hall of Rep- through the Record this week, any ted for by the Democratic elector at theGeneral The said committee shall at noon, on the 6thda
in which you could fid a text to prove resentatives, closing exercises of the will see it in this paper every week tin- election to be held November ,. 19n and to be after such primary, or ooer, if t all the returns
anything. Then he goe on to show inter-collegiate societies. til the primary, and the General is thus oited by Mn or ofthe are in. meet at the county court house and pub-
wo frssuspeted that there were Tuesday afternoon, Senior Day exer- before the peo le of Florida in most of s] p ab edwesf l canvass the rnsd declare what -
indatisaPe been nominated by a majority vote fa
a the Bible and how the mi- cises on the campus. the pers of the State. His platform, n aryeectonela e ach county office, andin what cases a seondpri-
ske ere- t in. He tells what the Tuesday evening, at Hall of Repre- while unique and original, is a good one Umoonm ,A mary will have to be hld, and t he
S t about it. Ofcoue sentatives annual college concert. ,and will be received favorably by most Provided that a second p where after shall certify to the Chair n
eo slaion that although the Wednesday morning. Hall of Repre- fair-iinded people. If there is one thing sary under the provisons of the Executive Committee the result t said primary
e has been demonstrated to be sentatives, oratorical contest between that will commend him to the Democratic shall be held on Tuesday, the 16th day of Jw election in said county, showing the result of each
the work of human hands, and Seniors and Juniors, and other students voter of Florida, it is his honesty and 19re to choose between the highest caNMatde noet as to candidates for such offic, an shal
th ore stained in pots by human from the College of Liberal Arts. To independence. In all his public life he majority'o e in the t primary elcti a t ttuch result tohe candid or
passions and weaknesses, it is today a the two successful candidates will be has been his own boss. He has never such second primary election only such elector t Congress.
more valuable Bible than ever ere awarded the medals offered by the been charged with being the tool of any h weM aalfIed to vote at the first primary el- I decision as to can and rling of t
a moealuableconclusin tion sha be permitted to vote. ecmitte@6 shall be final an to county can-
K a part of his eloquent conclusion. board of control, man, men, faction or corporation. His I The Democratic Committee calling said primary d including Member of the Legldaturebe-
"Have we really lost anything in ar Wednesday evening, annual addresses public life has always been on the side election in compliance with the laws,. hereby de. fore each primary.
riving at this new view of the Bible? by the young ladies representing the he deemed best for Florida and her !clares the terms and conditions on which legal
orv.. o v.iugrdaigl.eolwdbelectors offering to become candidates, or to vote WATCHEBs ARE ALLOWED.
Yes, we have lost our divining rod, our various graduating classes followed by people. Tohiscredit,to beginwithhe has at such election, shall b regarded and taken as
Delphic oracle, our arsenal of irrefrag- the annual address by Rev. Andrew the united support of the people of his Proper members of the Democratic party and Each candidate for office being voted for shall
able proof-texts; but we have gained Sledd, Ph. D. L. L. D., president of the own section ofthe State o therefore entitled to participate and be candidates have the right to place one watcher and challen-
"oie rO~l .. u" ,^n" OI ol.... ... .. I before, and vote at such elections, a follows: wer in the palling place ateach precinct in c at d
incalculably; we have gained a book Florida State University; conferring of This voice from East Florida, ringing county, wbi h maid watcher and chalieng er hail
that is in itely richer for edification. degrees by Hon. Nathan Bryan, presi- with the praise of Gilchrist, is sweet in QUAFICATIONS OF CANDIDATE. be entitled tbe present during the entire time
A Word of God, infallible and inerrant, dent of the board of control, and the the Tribune's ears. It declares, "If Those, and only those persons shall be permit- the polls en to challe vote and crtifyi
shouted down through the heavens presentation of medals. there is one thing that will commend ted to become candidates before or to vote at or wth restaftert poe losed. b
every morning through the trumpet of There is an unusually large graduat- him to the Democratic voters of Flor- eletionhited by themaemenratic party rin said lotion h tshall tert d "therecordsof the
an archangel would have no meaning to ing class this year; fourteen from the ida, it is honesty and independence." county, who are white Democratic electors, who electie Coitten shall e r te primarved by th been held.
us. It would find no point of contact College of Liberal Arts, four from the In all the qualities of the human heart declare their adherence to the principles and or- tive Committeeaoftr the primary has beeu
Cgarilations of the ocratic party-National, By the order of to Democratic Executiv
with our human nature. It could not Normal Department, one from the what two could be selected surer to win tate and County-who are by the laws of the mittes of Leon ousiab l E
touch our hearts. But a Word of God Kindergarten Department and four the admiration, love and confidence of State lawful electors of the district in which they JO. A. EDMONDSON.
coming to us through the living human; post-graduates who are candidates for decent men than these-'"honesty and offer to vote, who have paid their poll taxes le. Chairman.
eceof menof like passions with the M. A. degree. independence" Here is combination ot than 10 days before such pri. Attest-R. J. PM.LUP,. Secretary. 5-4
experience Here is a combaon y election is held. and who shall, when chal.
ourselves, apprehended by conscience The graduating class from the Nor- that has made, that will forever make, I longed by any elector, pledge in writing upon th Cirmt Court f heSeond J
tested and proved by life, humanisA mal Department should be many times the grandest heroes of earth's histo. oattbefore an inspector his honor to abide by and n te Circuitfo o Sco u -
by our common humanity, even though larger, but the demand for teachers for Independence without honesty might oi .thereof such primary and vote for dil Crcuit for Leon County.-In
it must needs be stained here and there public schools is so great that teachers run riot and cause its possessor to do TAo mins tr eo f. la, n C A ry.
with human passions and even made are not given time to complete their mighty mischief in the world. M iht OFFICES TO BE FILLED. ls. DiNComlainanH. s.ugusta
fallible by human ignorance and infirm- normal course. About one hundred will stir to action the hateful cunning o0 a Each elector in said county qualified to vote in I fendant.-Poreclosure of ortwage.
Ity-such a Word of God is quick and go out from this department this year Machiavelli or drive onward the con- said primary elections shall have the right to vote TT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
living. It finds its home in our hearts, into the public schools, and almost as suming fire of a selfish and immoral 'otnem ers teHouse of Repset the awit of the omplnant, Charles J.
it inspironeoucandidateanyforntCouttlastudge,. One candidate Diehl. that the silence of the defendant u-
it fits our nature, it inspires our souls. many went out last year. Napoleon. And honesty without inde- for Sheriff, one candidate for Clerk of the Circuit DtMba N Crlson. is ot I -
In this new view of the Bible not a ... pendence will never inspire its owner to Court, one candidate for County Assessor of butn i o at Great alls. Cascade count, Mon.
spiritual truth has been lost, not a corn- Junior Kpwerth League Neetlag. noble deeds although his courage may 'saeon cdinS erT tof li insthat erna eisno pser in the o l
fort or consolation. And many' an in- The Junior Epworth League held its be great and his soul most pure. tion, one candidate for County Surveyor., onecn- i nthaM em A ts., and th h said de-
tolerable burden has been liftedoff the regular Sunday afternoon meeting at 3 Combine the two, however, and you didate for County Treasurer, one candiat ed for endants are each over the of twenty-oe
devout soul; many an impassable dif o ock under the very creditable lead- have the makg of a perfect man- Se o of estraton, five candidates ears It.. is. reform oerethat the
o'clock, under e yl- CountyCommiassoner. A three candidates for a n ts.Aug M Cwroua o a tN o el Cars b e
culty has been cleared from the path of ership of Miss RubieByrd. About sev- perfect in his own integrity and zealous Member of Board of Public Instruction. and they are aNreby ordered and required
an earnest faith. I enty members were present, and a large in the performance of every public or Each such elector in the respective Justices' I ond the oem lainant's bill of omlr in to
Read our whole Bible thus number took part in the interesting private duty. He will bend to no cor- ote for one Justice of the Peaceand one cad- court house at a e. that th
lig h of t new knowledge, in the light, program which was rendered. The topic ruptin influence, but will "follow the date for Constable. deube nhoetaorfoutht t o-
of an honest, fearless, searching and was "Ways to Help," and it was ex- gleam that shines from the palace of Each elector in each election precinct in said sive weeks in o'ne Weekly True Deoct."
yet reverent criticism, and you will find pained and illustrated by our superin- righteousness. The Tribune is confi- oratunty shall have the right to vot e Mem newspaper pubn the ity of Tahae.
t a far more inspiring Bible than the tendent, Mrs. 1. S. Patterson. dent it is being universally understood in a ny .Felkel. Clerk of the
one you have lost. The League will have an Easter-egg that these two qualities exist in Gil- NOTICZ OF CANDIDACY. Circuit Court of Leon county. Florida, and
S -.... -..... .- hunt in Cherokee Park, opposite the christ more conspicuously than in any !h desiring havehis na pinted' the seal thereof, this March34th, A. D. 1908.
30 days' trial $1.00 is the offer on residence of Mrs. F. C. Gilmore, Fri- other Floridian, and the closing of the on the prirn electionballot a acandidantefor [ ] HENRY T. FELKEL
Pineules. Relieves back-ache, weak day afternoon before Easter. polls at the primary will prove our con- any county office shall file with the chairman A true copy.
back, lame back, rheumatic pains. Best Fred B. Biddulph, League Reporter, fidence to have been well founded.- of thi committee on or before the 10th dayiof Attest--HENRT T. FELKEL,
on sale for kidneys, bladder and blood. --- -- -- Tampa Tribnne. pliation to have his name so printed upon a blanklerk s foresid. -4t
Go d for young and old. Satisfaction FOR SALE. "Reliance Incubator," --- to be furnished by the said chairman, and accom-
gua teed or money refunded. Sold 230 egg capacity. Apply to Gilmore & FOR SALE-2 fresh cows, $25.00 each, pandbyanr amont o nf moey eq ve pr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills--Not .,,
cent, of the annual compensation of the office fort
by Cob. Cobb Drug Co. Davis Co., Tallahassee, Fla. 4 phone No. 8. P. 0. Box 500. 0tf which he is a candidate, andno name of anysuch .top the pan but do it quickly
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Sme Old Standbys.
A paean of praise I would warble
To some dear old standbys I have read.
They loom as if chiseled in marble,
Arise like a voice to the dead.
Admitting, perhaps, that they're hoary
With age and need hair cut and shave,
Their memory's possessed of a frag-
I will not lose this side the grave.
"The angel of death spread its wings"
Now, oer's an old timer, I ween.
And also "The bride looked so sweet
In a gown of dark brown velveteen."
"A pleasant reception was tendered,"
"All voted they had a good time;"
"A beautiful solo was rendered;"
"He committed a dastardly crime."
"Where he fell there were thick clots
"The chair rapped for order at ten,"
"He dropped with a dull sick'nin; thud
"We hope he will soon call agan.
"The fire fiend shot huge tones of
"Jim Offerman Sundayed in tows"
"The groom wore conventional bla;"
"Friends and neighbors surprised
"Then Smith, in few well chosen words,
As follows substantially spoke,"
"When the inmates were ruthlessly
The rooms were found chock full of
"From the Billville Recorder we learn
That a bountiful repast was served
With edibles fit for the gods;"
**The prisoner seemed wolly un-
I scan all the city newspapers
Wherever I may chance to roam,
But when I want infinite pleasure
I read the old weekly from homne
Hal P. Denton, Chard%, 0.
The Parland-Newhall Quartette gave
an entertainment here on Tuesday even-
ing, which was attended by a la an-
dienc. The program was a varied one,
consisting of several quartettes and eo-
los. both for instrument and voice. The
gentlemen composing this company are
also accomplished "bell-r e" and
the music they produced on these sweet
toned instruments was very beautiful.
It is wonderful, how swiftly and accur-
ately these bells can be manipulated so
that no note either false or lapsed, mars
the harmony. The audience was highly
appreciative of the whole performance,
and encored enthusiastically.
"One Touch of .Nature Makes the
Whole World Kin."
When a rooster finds a big fat worm
he calls all the hens in the farm yard
to come and share it. A Lsimilar trait
of human nature is it be observed
when a man discoverfslomething ex-
ceptionally good-he wants all his
friends and neighbors to share the
benefits of his discovery. This is the
touch of nature that makes the whole
world kin. This explains why people
who have been cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy write letters to the
manufacturers for publication, that
others similarly ailing may alao use it
and obtain relief. Behind every one
of thqse letters is a warm-hearted
wish of the writer to be of use to some-
This remedy is for sale by Tallahavsee
Drug Co. *
Williams Warns RepabUcans.
Wahington, March 24.-If John
Sharp Williams of Missisaippi, the min-
ority leader, makes good his warning
given in the house of representative
today, the Republicans will be forced to
pass certain legislation or else meet
with obstruction at every turn by him
or his Democratic colleagues.
Mr. William, declared that up to now
the Republicans had had smooth smiling.
He did not want the country to think
that the minority was trying to aume
responsibility for legislation. He did
not desire to appear as trying to coerce
the majority, until the Republicans had
absolutely "demonstrated before the
country that they did not intend to do
anything at this session." He had, he
said, waited for the RepubMeans to do
something. "I have finally eose to the
conclusion that the Republican party
has forgotten to do anything. It has
become the party of negation and of
passivity and as far as I can see, has
no idea of doing anything. It is plain
now that without some method of par-
liamentary coercion you are going to be
deaf to every demand of the country."
Mr. Williams then announced, "that
from this moment on fer the balance of
the session is not a lie-eay, wait-on-the-
enemy campaign, but coerion is going
to be exercised. No request for unani-
mous consent on the part of the Repub-
licans," he said, would be granted un-
less it be to adjourn or take a recess,
"until the majority shows that it is alive
to the demands of the county" suffiic-
ient to report for considerate in the
house such measures as an employers'
liability bill, some bill for the publicity
of campaign contributions, a free wood
pulp anr a free print paper bill and a
bill against ex-parte injunctions acting
as a supersedeas of a law passed by a
Prolonged Democratic applause and
manifestatens of Democratic approval
greeted the announcement.
Teacce r ee *a.e
A nee lot of Ouba, Leon roaed to-
baeo for sale. Apply to 8. C. Fleming,
ISt. wo Aesefes P stlVIess.
That newspaper, in its issue of the
Governor Broward will appoint Hon.
W. H. Milton, of Marianna, to succeed
Mr Milton will not be a candidate for
the long term.
Governor Broward will enter the race
and become a candidate for United
We do not make these prophetic utter-
ances with pondrous and owlish wisdom,
believing ourselves of superior mould
than ordinary clay, but make the ad--
vance statement because we believe we
know Governor tr odard's amant a,
aspirations a "- *-
Goven wI appoint Mr.
let-i lton! ll not be a candi-
date Votl long term and Governor
will have ample assurance of
before e makes the appoint-
b d-Governor Broward will appoint
Mr. Milton because he is about the only
man that is able to lend money that, so
far as we know, has not let him have
3rd-Mr. Milton being pretty well
fixed financially and desiring chiefly the
honor of having worn the Senatorial
toga as his grandfather did the honor
of Governor, would not mind lending
Governor Broward, say five thousand
dollars even though it were never re-
turned to him, for even then Mr. Milton
will have received nearly three thousand
dollars for his services as Senator, which
at best will require but a few months'
attention in Washington, in addition to
wearing the coveted title of United
State Senator, and still enabling him
to attend to his financial affairs as well.
4th-Mr. Milton, in addition, has a
wide connection-deservedly so-being
associated with banks in Blountatown,
Chipley, DeFuniak, Marianna, Pensa-
cola, St. Andrews, and possibly other
places in West Florida; has a large cir-
cle of friends and acquoint*ne**, and
being a gentleman who makes friends
and hold them, and who is loyal to those
who favor him, it will require a stupid
politician, indeed to fail to make an al-
liance and following which such an ap-
pointment will give to Governor Brow-
Whoever Governor Broward appoints
will be some one who can-and will-
lend him money enough to make his
campaign on for United States Senator
-and likewise whoever advances him
that money will expect to lose it-or
charge it as so much for the position
If Governor Broward becomes a can-
didate-he will be beaten-beaten over-
Mark the predictions and watch the
LooKs Like Col. Thomas.
It looks very much like Colonel Thom-
as Jefferson Appleyard of the Lake
City Index, has the solid backing of the
press of Florida as a possible candidate
for comptroller. Colonel Appleyard is
a man of real ability and force and if he
takes a notion to go after that job it
will be no easy work for his esteemed
competitors to head him off.- Pensacola
The many nice notices Hon. T. J.
Appleyard is receiving from the state
press in answer to the True Democrat,
nominating him for comptroller, proves
that man's fitness for the place. De-
clare yourself, Mr. Appleyard, and your
friends will do the rest-elect you.-
Gadsden Democrat, in Times: In your
issue of the 20th you have a nice com-
pliment to Hon. T J. Appleyard of Lake
City, Fla., in connection with the office
of comptroller of the State. This I am
gcad to see, though Mr. Appleyard and
myself donotagree on all political ques-
tions; in justice to Mr. Appleyard I wish
to say that I have known him for twen-
ty years; he is a gentleman who applies
himself close to business and strictly
temperate in his habits. He is a gen-
tleman with great natural as well as
cultivated ability, and should he conclude
to announce himself as a candidate for
this office, I feel confident that his stear-
ling qualities and especially his honesty
will secure for him a considerable ms-
jority of the Democratic votes of the
state. Knowing him as well as I do, I
am sure he will not succumb in the
event of his nomination and election to
influence the members of the Legisla-
ture to increase his salary as did the
While the publisher of the Buoy does
not enjoy a personal acquaintance with
Mr. Appleyard, he is sufficiently famil-
iar wita his record to place a hgh esti-
mate upon his ability and integrity and
believes that as State comptroller he
would reflect credit upon himself and
be an honor to the newspaper fraterni-
ty.-St. Andrews Buoy.
The True Democrat nominates Col.
T. J. Appleyard, editor of the Lake
City Index, for comptroller. Col. Ap-
pleyard is well fitted for the place and
would fill it with credit to himself and
State. If he enters the race we believe
he will win out.-Calhoun Democrat.
The name of Hon. T. J. Appleyard is
proposed for the position of State comp-
troller. The True Democrat, of Talla-
hassee, is bringing him out, and news-
papers with the business interest of the
tate will endorse the action. We will
be glad to see Mr. Appleyard nominat-
ed and elected.-Sarasota Times.
.iust a little Caacosweet is all that is
necessary to give your baby wbal it is
cross and peevish. Caeo.sweet contains
no opiates nor harmful drugs, and
is highly recommended by mothers
everywhere. Conforms to the Na-
tional Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold
by all druggits. *
eO.L Jei es B. BreMWS
Hons. John N. C. Stockton
GilehriAt, Jacksonville, T
Dear Sir*-As the tii the
primary i growing sho as I be.
ieve it is the duty of all 6amedates to
go before the people the State and
Inform them from stump of their
different possetions cth
involved thica ign, and as I be
liee that the can bot judge the
qnoafleti-os. e candid-a t from
hearing joint debate, I now
St you both and my-
S other at once to the end
of an itinerary for discussion
h matters in which the people are
It is my desire to meet my opponents
face to face, as there is nothing that I
say in the campaign, in private or in
public that I am not willing andanxious
for the other candidates to have an op-
portunity to hear and to answer, if they
can. JMEFERSON B. BROWN3L
The joint debate Saturday at Live
Oak between Candidates Stockton and
Browne brought out the pepper boxes
and if this challenge is accepted and all
get into the game, some lively times can
looked for and our opinion is Gene-
ral Albert W. Gilchrist will be the
gainer by it. Fact is he is growing
more and more in favor every day.
Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lake, Iowa, says:
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are certainly the beet thing on
the market for constipation." Give
these tablets a trial. You are certain
to find them agreeable and pleasant In
effect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free.
For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. *
An Appeal to the Great*.earted.
"To the Great-hearted People of
Florida"- people with a capital P.
That is the way Napoleon addresses
them, and handkerchiefs are in order.
It is bewildering, it is glorious, it is
magnificent, it is sublime-the pro-
found, the pathetic language umed by
Governor Broward in his announcement
that he is willing to crucify himself
upon the senatorial tree, on the Golgo-
than heights of Washington, D. C., in
order that he may be the servant of the
capital P. This has the sound of poetry.
It came unconsciously but aptly when
describing such a sacred sacrifice.
Truly, truly, we have perused many
queer documents, but this appeal of the
Governor to his well-beloved, in the no-
ble language of Billy Gutterboy, "beats
the band." Yes, it even filches from
the stunted arboriferous growth its di-
lapidated drapery. It is about the
most original effort we have ever been
called upon to consider, and precious
hard it is to know just what to make
All Florida was moved by the deep
pathos, surrounding the death of Sena-
tor Bryan, cut off in his youth from a
career which should have proven both
brilliant and useful ; but we cannot see
why the Governor should use this sa-
cred shadow to walk in. Did he think
that his personality would shine the
brighter when displayed under a cloud?
Or did he fear to stand on his own mer-
its and felt the need of association with
a brighter and better representation ?
We will not judge his motive-he
must have had one. But we will say
that if an announcement of candidacy
for office ever sounded with the soft,
seductive, muffled ding dong of your
full-fledged demagogue this address of
Napoleon to the "great-hearted PEO-
PLE of Florida" so sounds to our unso-
phisticated ears. And he is confident,
too, that all that is necessary is for him
to speak and the "great-hearted" ones
will flock to his standard like hungry
chickens to the bread-trough. He be-
wails the fact that he has been com-
pelled to come out so early because
otherwise the PEOPLE would never
know he was in the swim before the
day of the primaries--apparently for-
getful that there are telegraph wires,
railways and newspapers in our Land
Well, let him enjoy his sublime confi-
dence in his PEOPLE'S devotion. Let
us not shock him before the fatal nine-
teenth day of May by any suggestion
that some of the "great.hearted" cre-
atures may also have great heads on
their shoulders-long heads that look
into the future and understand that
men of the Broward ilk are not the kind
to est serve as Senators, however hon-
orable the office may be, nor yet to be
trusted as faithful, unselfish servants.
Hathawa iot a Candidate.
Prof. Hathaway is still being impor-
tuned by his many friends over the
State to make the race for State super-
intendent, but he has absolutely refused
to do so. Prof. Hathaway considered
that Orlando and Orange counties are
good enough for him and while thank-
ing his many friends for their good will
and conscious of the great honor con-
ferred upon him by the request, he feels
that his present field of usefulness
should not be abandoned for that of
State superintendent. Orange county
is proud of her illustrious educator and
the fact that he is in demand by the
State only adds new lustre to his fame.
Prof. Hathaway is recognized as one
of the foremost educators of the State
and his work and progressive methods
as principal of the Orlando high school
certainly entitles him to a higher posi-
tion some tune in the future. --Orlando
The young ladies of the tennis club
held a tournament last Saturday after-
noon at 3 o'clock, on the college court.
The many friends of Miss Keppill
be glad to learm that amhe is completely
recovered and hIms returned to her wo
as rmach-ged setht death d
L L. haws, whlow sad event
tk ob at ber homat Onf 8 v i
an wedne w y morwn&g. Mnrlst.
ha bena aIva for eveora e
ad theand was not expected. She
is marvived by a suba m W and
M htw-Gen. R. Smrle Richard
. and Miss Marie--to whom condolene
is extended in this hour oftheir sor
WiUam C. Stoctten Recetes ihedes
In a letter recently received by Pres-
dentMurphree, of the Coll for
Women, William T. Stockton, the suc-
cessful candidate for the Rhodes Schol-
arship at Oxford University, writes to
accept the appointment. The young
"I greatly appreciate the great hon-
or you have do me. It shall be my
ont endeavor to make your com-
mittee proud of your choice. I hope
that in time I may do as much for Flor-
ida as she is now doing for me."
Mr. Stockton is a son of the Hon. J.
N. C. Stockton, and is a young man of
high attainments. He graduated at
the head of his class several years ago,
from Duval County High School, en-
tered Princeton in the Fall of 1906, and
is now completing his junior year in
that noted institution. The Rhodes
Scholarship, which Mr. Stockton has so
creditably earned, carries with it an al-
lowance of $1500 per year, enough to
keep a young man in easy financial cir-
cumstances at England's great univer-
sity, and also to enable him to travel
about Europe during the vacation
months. Thus a Rhodes Scholarship
man is afforded a chance to gain not on-
ly the best of university training but
also the enlarged knowledge and cul-
ture that comes only by travel in other
countries and by acquaintance with
Flordians have reason to be proud of
the young men from this State who are
already reaping the benefits of this
scholarship, and it is very gratifying
to learn that another has been added to
their number, who is in every way fit-
ted to uphold the honor of his native
Remove Duty on Weeood Pp.
Washington, March 30.- Describing
the paper trust as one of the "hydra-
headed monsters which have been tight-
ening under hold upon the people, "Mr.
Watkins of Louisiana in the house to-
day made a plea for the immediate re-
moval of the duty on wood pu.p with a
corresponding reduction upon paper
made from wood pulp. The newspaper,
he argued, was one of the main civiliz-
ing agencies of the world, and in this
country "sheds light in 15,000,000
While today, he said, the newspaper
industry was working in harmony with
organized labor, "its operating expen-
ses are higher, because union labor is
more expensive than unorganized labor
was a few years ago."
There was, he charged, a tariff on
everything tnat went to make a news-
paper. "This," he said, "is purely and
simply a donation to the paper trust,
and a tax on the newspapers and other
printing interests of the country."
The newspapers, he declared, had
been patient, forbearing and long suf-
fering. "As the moulders of public
opinion," he said, "they could almost
cause a revolution if they would. If
the government continued to perpetuate
monopolies," he said, "we will bid fare-
well to state rights, to individual liberty,
to the equality of all men before the
law, an humble ourselves in sackcloth
and ashes before the plutocracy of the
country, and, as suppliants, bow down
before the throne of our rulers."
"T'his newspaper onslaught doesn't
scare anybody today," said Represent-
ative Dalzell of Pennsylvania, member
of the committee on ways and means,
and the tariff chieftain of the majority.
"There is no change in the situation,"
he continued. "At the commencement
of the session the ways and means com-
mittee determined that there should be
no revision at this session. Nothing
has occurred to change that decision and
Representative Sulzer of New York
introduced a bill to place wood pulp and
printing paper on the free list. He said
e proposed to make an individual fili-
buster against all Republican legislation
until the Republican leaders should de-
clare their willingness to pass such a
is a man who can't see good in any
person or thing. It's a habit caused by
a disordered liver. If you find that
:.oii are beginning to see things through
blue spectacles, treat your liver to a
good cleeningout process with Ballard's
Herbine. A sure cure for constipation,
dyspepsia, Indigestion, sick headache,
biliousness, all liver, stomach and
bowel troubles. Hardee-Smith Co. *
Improve With Experience.
While we are thinking about things
political, let us remember that the du-
ties of county commissioners are more
entirely composed of the transaction of
the public business, the conversion of
tax-raised money into results, than those
of any other officials to be chosen at the
primaries and elected at the poll. The
gentlemen who are now closing a term
of service have discharged those duties
acceptably. Another term would be
improved by experience, and it would
be business wisdom to retain them in
offie for that term.-Tampa Times.
And the same it is all over the State.
Mrs. R. A. Shine and Mr. Albert
Shine accompanied Mr. Cbeever Shine
to Pensaol last Tueasday. While there
t will be the guests of Mr. A. A.
The win -an w-e ; the ; feSol o
so met VIth ir WiM, O Ar
MdM Jte-Bs mm
The kIdof de thais th u"
on a man O a Isy B a. e-
It is better to bo r than t
It's better to be nether than
It' all right to feather ybr owa
neat, but beo careful to use your own
plumes for the purpose.
Lots of men wil walk all aroamd a
dos good job looking for the one that
Don't you take a back seat beoase
somebody tells you to- maybe you are
entitled to something better.
H. B. W. A National Daily.
NOTICE-Dr. R. A. Shine will con-
tiue his father's insurance business. 4
Souvenirs of Florida-beauti ul
pieces of Halan china, hand painte '
in designs of oranges, orange bloeocn
and the exquikite chenorkee ros
and see them at Nicoelon's. 2
FOR RENT- The Charles Hopkins
house in Tallahassee. Apply to W. A.
Huyler's in fancy packages at Holmes
Drug Co. 43
iound A Plaie.
A newly married couple who moved
into a house on East Washington street
were astonished to find that the prev-
ious occupants who had moved out
some two month before, had left be-
hind a fine piano. They had taken good
care that the gas stove went along with
them however. A family can easily
get alog without a piano, but where a
gas stove has once been used, itis
rised more highly than anything else
S the house. 4
Mrs. E. D. Charles, of Harbor, Maine.
speaking of Electric Bitters, says: "It
is a neighborhood favorite here with
us." It deserves to be a favorite every-
where. It gives quick relief in dyspep-
sia. liver complaint, kidney derange-
ment, malnutrition, nervousness, weak.
ness and general debility. Its action
on the blood, as a through purifier
makes It especially useful as a spring
medicine. This grand alterative tonic
Is sold under guarantee at all drug
stores. 50 e.
Print much and you will prosper.
Made and put in place by an EXPERT.
Guaranteed to stay together and work
well, finished any color desired. Prices
reasonable, QUVAL I T T considered.
Leave orders with W. L. Marshall, or
at Store of
3-tf GILMORE & DAVIS Co. (Incora
The June Examinations.
Text Books designated by the Stat Superilnten d4
ont of Public Instruction for thae' Jun-.1
Examination.. 19, :
Orthoraphy-Reed Word LemsonM ..... S 25
Resdinw-Any Standard Reader.
Compoitlotio-Maxwell and Smith's Writing
in EnS ......---- ---- .-- ..-- --... 7
English Grammar-Metcalf .60
United States History-Fields Gramnmar
S bchool--- .. .. .. .. I 1 00
Florida History-Falrbanks. 1 26
Brovard and Bennett's .. 00
Geography-Redway's Natural Avanced. 1 5
Physiology-Colnan's Elements of.. 90
Civil Government-Yocum' Civil Govern-
mmm t. -- ...... -...---.- ... -.........- -- 1 00
Al ebra-Milne's High School ............ 1 00
Physical Go raphy-Tarr's New. .. 00
Theory and Pr --[For all Grades] BaI-
ley's Classroom Management. .......... I 2
In the County Judge's Court, Leon
James Meser. Plaintiff, vermus Joseph Duucan.
Defendant.-Assumpsit. Damages. W00.0.
TJBEPH DUNCAN. THI DEFENDANT.
L-and the other prsona int ted in the above
ause. are hereby required to appear to the above
entitled action, in the above Court, on Monday.
April 6th. 1,.o at the court house in Tallahassee,
This March orth.
This March 6th. 190.
Plaintiff in the above cause.
In the Circuit Court of Florida, Second
Judicial Circuit, Leon County.-In
Ella A. Walls Smith. Complainant, vs. John W.
TT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
Sthe affidavit of Win. C. Hodgsa eomplatnat's
solicitor, that the residence of the defeadat.
John W. Smith. is not in Florida, but is at Baia-
8bride. Seoe that there is oerma sin the
State of Florida a subpoena a belWa served a
who would bind the said dewfedat. and that the
said defendant is over the age of twenty-oe
yea; It is therefore ordered that the defendant.
John W. Sdth. beamdbei to sbl ordered a-
pes to the eom a staa bill oOplaint on
Monday, the 4th dayd aNo. A. D. 19M: that this
order b pblished caa wee for four sucessive
weeks in Th Weekly True Democrat." a Mnw-
paper published in the CltyW Tallaheas. in said
county and State.
Witnses, Henry T. Felkel. Clerk Circuit Court.
Leon county, Florida, and the seal thereof, this
March 28th A. D. 190I.
Ach.L.[ HENRY T. FELKEL,
Clerk as aforesaid.
A tru e opy.
Attest-HENzY T. FlLKsL.
6.4t Clerk as aforesaid.
In the Circuit Court of Florida, Second
Judicial Circuit for Leon County.-
Alfred L Pitta. Complanant vs. Jennie L. Pitts.
TT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
Sthe affidavit of the omplainant, Alfred L.
Pitt.a, that the residence of the def ant. Jeade
L Pitta, is not in Florida. but is at Ashburnm er-
ris; that there is no person in the State of or-
Ma the subpoena beings served upon whom woMd
d t d defendant, and that the said een-
ant is over the a of twenty-one ye- a It is1
therefore, ordered that the defendant. JeM L.
Pitti be and she is hereby ordered and r- s
to aeato the oomplatnant bill of
e Mondaythe4th daryof May, A. D. Ui;t-M
this oede be pubtoshedoe a week for fewm "
e lve wedi to "Th Weekly True Diemwr."
a newpaer publbsed in the City of Talsem ,
WitmUuyT. had a ork ta te st
Court Leoa ount. Floi*d da a ti-l tlm*
It "s. hIt. A. D 1s5.
A tr .
C1..a-A o .,
,...kt.j~ .l i
.> '. ^ :...
L. a~ -it O int, Florida. -
Lem e iy s rAlm &
the d0&to sFakn
asP etam tiser s hA W m o t mem
the Ste mfl ma t midsos m ther
0gF jl s. a d hatrel ctee eM
WAj ol md en dWh at d b oaMs O-
lrkoth ei that there is a J ln a in ther
E *meriPes onsame as dooum&
Ate ae o ver the ae f twenty-esB
i threr ordered that aid defendata..
hFelnx e. ryevels. and St...
M u pat term under the Arm
th kthwUms. be a d they herw -
to appeMr Ito the eemplalneat's mll- .
arAas. D. -D.1 that this oder be pbtlish-
ak ca week for 8 Uom me w eaki, tow
T he WeeirTr Demert." a epir
ln the t ty to TflMahee. Le. Counter.
seaMry T. Felhel. Clrk of the Crcie
ourt ent s8me J8t dkWa Chrutt of th State
1 Idea ; L n soty Flhrida, la chancery, and
0 f Mees Mwd thissh-th dayhe ofarch A.
r=AL E KNRY T. rELKEL,
I r ta the circuit mtt, Seonsd Judiel Cir-.
cuit. LM eomenty. Florida. in chancery.
Attrut-HwmaT T. ro aL.
Clerk of ma d court. 2-4w
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County Florida.-In
The Georgis Hom Insurance company, a corpo.
ration under the laws of Georio. oorplainant;
vs. R. J. Evans. as Trustee, at al. Defendant.
IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
the affidavit of Geors B. Perkins, Attorney
of the above mamed complainant, fled hereim on
March sixth. A. D. 190 that the defendants,.
Frank leveland. Felitx 8. civeland and Stone.
wal J clT d. a parties uneriw A firm name
f cleveland Brother, a residmenta a sta te
other than the Stateat FirIde, to-wit, resdents
of the Stato of Alabeam. and that theiz residence
in Mobile. Alabama, and that there isso person In
the State of Floria the service o a utabpo
upon whom would bind any one at aid abov
named ddefaendts; and that said persona named
as deendents. are severally over the age of tweo-
It th fore, ordered that said defendants.
Frak c reveland, Feldx S. cleveland. and Ston.
wall J. cleveland, as partners under thefarmname
of Cleoveland Brothers, b anad they are hereby re.
quired to appear to the eaplalnanat's Bm-a1-xom-
laint a amended on the ixth day of April, A. D.
19W: and that tbla eider be p edab i o" a wwk
for four (4) consecutive weeks. In the The Week.
F True Democrat." a newpaper Mpblished ina the
clW of Tallabsee.Loo county.
Witnasa. HanryT. emkel. clerk of0 the circuit
court of the Sesond Judicial circuit of the State
of Florida Leon county. Florida, in chancery, and
the alof said court, this sixth day of March. A.
[(mAL] HENRY T. FELKEL.
clerk of the circuit court. Second Judicial cir-
cult lAon county. Florida, ln chancery.
A true copy.
Attet-HNBxY T. FLKUL..
clerk of said court. 2-6w
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit. Leon County, Florida.-In
t. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company.
a ration under the Laws of Minnesot,.
p nt. vs. R. J. Evans, as Trustee, et aL.
HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
affidavit of George B. Perkins. attorney of
above named complainant, flied herein on
sixth. A. D. 1908. that the defendants.
leveland. Felix Cleveland and Stone.
J. Cleveland as partners under the firm name
Cleveland Brothers, are residents of a State
wAher than the State of Florida. to-wit. residents
of the State of AabLamn and that their residence
SMobile. Alabama:nd that there is no person
In the State of Florida. the service of a subpoena
upon whom would bind any one of said above
named defendants: and that said persona named
an defendants. are severally over the ace of twen-
It is. therefore, ordered that maid defendants
Prsak Cleveland Felix S. Cleveland and Stone-
wall J. Clevelanmi as partners under the firm name
of Cleveland Brothers, be and they are hereby .e-
quired to appear to the complainant's bill of com-
plaint, as amended, on Monday, the sixth day of
April. A. D. 1908; andt this order be published
mce a week for four (4) consecutive weeks in
ThWeekly True Democrat," a newspaper pub-
lished in the city of Tallahassee. Leon county,
Witness. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the second Judicial Circuit of the State
of Flori Leon county. Florida. in chancery and
the seal of aid court, this sixth day of March. A.
UsAL.] HENRY T. FELKEL.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon county. Florida. In Chan-
A true copy.
Attest-H Nua T. FRLKL.L
84w Clerk of said court.
In the Circuit Cturt, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon county, Florida. In
The British America Asurance company, a corpo-
ration under laws of Kingdom of Great Britian.
and Ireland, complainant; vs. R. J. Evans, as
Trustee, at al. defendant.
IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
the affidavit of George B. Perkina.s, attorney of
the above named complainant, flied herein on
March sixth. A. D. 1901 that the defendants,.
Prank Cleveland. Felix S. cleveland, and Stone-.
wall J. Clevelan4. as partners under the firm name
SCleveland Br are reidenta of a tato oth-
rW thas the State of Frid to-wit. residents of
State to Alabama. and that their residence is
: Alabama m and that the noa peon in
Sato of Florda. the servlee of a subpoena up-
s whom would bind any one of aid above named
ta; and thatsaild persons named am de-
a are e erall- y ovar the ae of twenty-one
_It is, therefore, ordered that Maid dlendant.
-k Cleveland, Felix 8. Cleveland, and Stone-
J. leveland M partners under the fra name
Brothers, be ad tey are hereby on-
Sto appear to the lainaat's bill of eom-
t.amende. Mea, the ixth day of
A. D. 1m0 and that thnider be publed
Sa week for ar smesut weeks iI 'T
b the eotiat0T1llaheses Leoneamity. Forida.
A Wtas, Henry T. Felk clerk ofe the circuit
t 0 rft eeod Judicial oeirit of the State
M 6eeounty, Fl da, in Chanaery, anis
al=of Ha owwUl. this sixth day of March. A.
RI EFRY T. 'FELKEL.
c rk at the circuit court. Second Judicial
rcuit Leo county. Florida. In chan-
SAt fst-t T r T. FuKL.,
54aw clerk al said court.
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NO-
-eI-yhs givensam tatl the und
will mLyv. a s m eand
MllW.m- .wID m, tmt m ~ ,m iniu~
th h mesoad "N
yM.er k Beath. L PattaNem4
Il eT lama a nd i a ap inm.-
viedt two"aip witha.
PresbyterimaChareh, Rev. WiH. eZialer. Pas-
str.-Re-ralar es at 11 o'clock a. ., and at
T o'eoek p. m. Sabbath m hool at t6M a. m.
Midweek services on Wedneeday evening at T7S0
nlrt Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. Pruett. Pastor.
Series: Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 D p. m.: Bible
school. 45 a. m.: Junior B. Y. P. U.4 o'clock p. m.;
Senior B. T. Frldayat 6 p m.: Praywer an
Praise service Wadn.aay evening at 7T0 p: m.
Everybody wde ma.
St. John's Epltocopal Church. Rev. Charles Mar-
tin Niks Rector. Services: Sunay and Holy days
holy unmmmon 7 o'clock a. L. Sunda. 11 a. m.
and 7.00 p.. Friday. 8 p. m. St. Michael's
coloredd). Service: Sundays 4 p. Friday. 4.80
Christian Science. -ervi.es are held every Sun-
day at 11 o'clock a and Wednesday evening at
I o'clock p. ., in the front room, second story, of
the east of the postae.e. This rom is
also aed am a Christian Solence reeding roman.
and is open daily except Sunday. between the
hours of 10 and 18 o'clock a m. All are cordially
$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
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease requires a consti-
tutional treatment. Halls Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting direct upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda-
tion of the disease, and giving the pa-
tient strength by building up the consti-
tution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Aug. 16-tf.
IN GOD WE TRUST.
Under a suspension of the rules, the
House of Representatives, Monday 16,
passed the bill providing for the restor-
ation of the metto, "In God We Trust"
on gold and silver coins of the United
States, by a vote of 255 to 5. The de-
bate on the subject excited the liveliest
interest of members. Mr. Carlin of
Virginia. was the first to speak in ad-
vocacy of the proposition, and said that
in the issuance of his order, abolishing
the motto, President Roosevelt acted
unwisely and in violation of the spirit
of the law. Mr. Ollie James, of Ken-
tucky congratulated the country "that
our trust is again to be restored to pow-
er." In the judgment of the ChAistian
people of the United States, he said,
the president had made a great mistake.
He spoke of the work of American mis-
sionaries in foreign lands and said: "we
want our money so that when this gold
that you say is so good, crosses the ocean
and is held in the hands of those who do
not know of the existence of the Saviour
of the world, he can say: 'Here is a dol-
lar of a Christian nation. This is trust,
not in floating navies, not in marching
armies, but trust in God.'
Bloxzha Chanses Hauds
The many friends in Quincy of Mr.
G. 1. S. Watt and Mr. A. D. Mallory
will be interested to know that on April
1st they will assume control of the well
known Bloxham hotel at Tallahassee,
they having recently leased the same
from Messrs, Jules and Herman Ball,
The hotel is now being thoroughly ren-
ovated from the bottom to the top, and
all the conveniences that a guest may
look for will be added. Mr. Watts has
for years been traveling for the Cable
Piano Company, and has many friends
in Quincy who wish him and Mr. Mal-
lory much success min their new venture.
Mr. Mallory is also well known in
Qumincy and all over the State as a hotel
man of wide experience. Mr. Mallory
has for some time been with the Leon at
Tallahaasee, where he was very popular.
Messrs. Watt and Mallory will make a
good team at the head of the Bloxham.
ere's to their success. -Quincy Gads-
You will soon receive the congratula-
tions of your friends upon your Im-
proved appearance if you will take
Foley's Kidney Remedy as it tones up
the system and Imparts new life and
vigor. Foley's Kidney Remedy cures
backache, nervous exhaustion and all
forms of kidney and bladder troubles.
Commence taking It today. Sold by all
The Registration books will be kept
open in each of the election districts of
Leon county from Satur March
28th, until Saturday, AIt
SAM'L P. CH MAS,
6-2t Supervisor of Registration.
Nod.e ef VelutaryU LIqSatiea.
NOTICE 1 HEREBm GIVEN THAT AT A
meetine at the stockhoben of the 7Taylor
County State Bank. held I the town of Perry.
Tayor county. Florids. as the 1thday of Far".
0ry. ISIt was determined bya voaof the stoek-
bo mfi ad k i ad wntag two-thirds atoats
tal stock. that maid hankgaoapan lteo
dation and eb elsed, end notice st furthergiv
that the said Taylor Omty State Bank s eli
up its afsairsA ll ereito an hereby mfe to
=,nt their das aafast the MM Taylor
ounty tat Bank for paymt.
Dona the order of te od o DObMtors Af
the mid Taylor County tate Bask.
TAY COUNTY UTATE DARK,
y- J.T.. Disk.hi" "iat.
Atteat-W. A. mimaT. OAWlAr. olt
~ a oraSId~se~Ag- *C TALLWHOM IT MAY IJOCEM:"NO.
go kM ~at jsau~ at. eIN& JdM NO
attesutat e 01Calvw.in AW. WDraWhlsy. 01d
ad No~w York.4k t M i aw-ft? -
40f Monroe f mm" m~1
"am Dr. W. L Mm.th s~~~up
Attention Tobacco Growers!
THE GADSDEN LUMBER CO.,
(Office in Quincy Florida.)
Are the people to
order your Lumber,
Shingles and Laths from. Let them' furnish
you estimates'on any kind of
Yours for business, order now,
Gadsden Lumber Co,
TINDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
of forenlomre rendered on the lth dyof
February. A.AI. to the Cimuito t
~~wSecond Jd Ct of FlorIda n adfor the
oMDnty of Laun. r Ii ta.in a certain
ea pediger a, en C. Maall is
ComplaInant, a-d Mary J-. G IISrdemU WUm IL.
Ot rdeanher husnd te tof m. aafend
Cola nsLobui s nd. iambs DeairiyaJohn
W. DeamMy, May P. Deter. Demlb, B.
oaustte Coletins and Jsadmile
Co m anDWIb wil sell at einclry
to thel bat a r before Mty
essr ae .sa aisth of a i
M d y in Ae ,
oedd w*ty ccfIeas. day'909 eiA D.
15W, b otwnsa t- houarsi0 Uoneatka.m
mdhing n he0w a.
eine~.eneSI)Jf bbsE eWl~Hllabty evs W 01^I|I the-
g~j baePI- sf~a atyj e~a 3)
Made as required Section l. Chapter Ut5.,
Showif the amount of tax ebharged to the
"Tax Collector" of IM County. Florida, to be
collected for the current year IW, and the appor-
tionment of the ame to the sveram funds for
which taxes have been levied.
Total tax for the r 1907......
Amount paid to March 1.1l ...
General Revenue.............. Sam.00
Amount paid to March 1. ] L 0 a. 71- 3871.83
Sabou-l-..-....-.. -.-....-..---- I.O
Amount paid to Marh 1. 19W. e7- 1s."U
Amount paid to March 1.MIN .0a-- IS.e06
Fine and Frfestu.......... sa.
Amount paid to Mah Lim 1 sf.- MA 71
Special el oD oeto L IS.1M L
AmMab paid smb a L 1Ma 1A.3- ST.A7
Clerk 1a reCkit GaMotm leamCotr.i.
Mabek et .1m.
The,'ASSORETsand s we the PRiCB
Single Wagon, Steel or Skein Axles
Light Two Hoe, either axle, $38.00 to
Reg. Two Horse,.........----------... 50.00
Timber Wam,......-$48.00 to 50.00
B.PO adl REGULAR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
Guaranty no Complaints.
C atome frs m1 terdam Ga., to
Florida coast sad numbered by hun-
dreds. And they are .still coming as
before one is out of sight another ia
FINALLY-If we fail to please we
Recommd either Dealerm in the city.
TULLY 6 YAEGER CQ.
A Baby BWlw In Tallahassee
would have mano contestants; but It's
safe to say that te healthiest baby
would win the prim. No baby can be
healthy who surfers from worms anad
most babies do alim there are kept
free from them wt i teo's Cream
Vermituge. Acts q yet mildly-
Is its own parsatlSV, do not
attempt to raise without
White's Cream V ui a
oeants. Harxte-emtiO *f
THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
S JOU 6. COLLINSU PuMeb.
PUBLIBRED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
Chalres Locals and Personals.
Chaires, March 31, 1908.-This com-
munity has been saddened by the death
of one of its oldest citizens, Mr. Ward
Strickland, which event occurred at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Smith, on
Sunday morning, the 22d inst. Mr.
Strickland had suffered for years with
paralysis, but he left here two weeks
fore his death to visit his daughter
near Monticello. and was even in his
usual vigor. When en route home he
stopped to see his other daughter at
Drifton. He there suffered another
stroke of the dread disease, when his
wife and son were phoned for and the
hastened to his bedside, firm in the
lief that the usual skillful efforts of
life-lone friend, the physician, wo ld
again prove successful l, ut when God
wants the best physicians fail, and
leaving the assurance that all was well
with his soul he entered the land of
eternal Sabbath. Mr. Strickland was
nearly always able to attend church,
the Methodist being his choice, and was
held in esteem by tne people here, with
whom he had lived for three years, and
certainly the large concourse that fol-
lowed his body to its resting place in
their family cemetery at Waukeenah
Monday proved this true, there where
he had spent his life and were best
known. He was a Masoa and a soldier
also. While we sorely misa the old
when they die, it is not with that pecu-
culiar grief we feel when we are called
upon to give up the young. All our
sympathies are extended to his wife and
son here, his two daughters in Jeffer-
son and the one in Sarasota, who could
not attend even her father's funeral.
Professor and Mrs. Woodberry, Mr.
G. W. Patterson and Mr. and Mrs.
Duncan attended the funeral of Mr.
Strickland last week.
Miss Mamie Snipes returned last
Tuesday a very pleasant visit to Miss
Jessie Edmondson in the Capital, lasting
from the previous Saturday.
Miss Berthea Cotton left this morn-
ing for her home in North Carolina, af-
ter a three months visit to her sister,
Mrs. J. C. Upchurch. Miss Cotton is
Very much liked here, and her many
friends hope she will again visit the
Land of Flowers, whose flowers indeed
Bo charmed her, and we tried to im-
press the fact upon the young lady that
the art of transplanting flowers from
other States has reached perfection in
Florida. The entertainment to be given
in her honor was called in owing to sor-
row in the village.
Rev. and Mrs. Mickler took their lit-
tle son to Tallahassee yesterday morn-
ing for medical treatment and will
spend the week with their relatives.
Mr. Strange ran out for a few min-
utes' visit to his d adr, Mrs. Mickler
last Friday after and she returned
home with him to d the evening's
entertainment at Mrs. Zachary's. Ow-
in to her absence the Reading Circle
met with Miss Mamie Snipes.
Mr. and Mrs. Upchurch, Miss Cotton,
and Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Chaires spent
yesterday in Tallahassee.
Mr. Elton Patterson drove to Talla-
lasses Sunday morning and brought
Miss Glidewell home in te afternoon.
She had been visiting het unle Mr. Mc-
Lia since the Friday before.
Among the Sunday visitors to Chaires
we noted Mr. Miles Johnson, Jr., and
Miss Lilla Smith and Mr. Frank Powell.
Mr. Win. Roberts brought home Mrs.
Snipes and grand-daughter, little Sadie
'yesterday, who had been visiting Cen-
treville friends for several days. Mr.
Roberts has been urged by his friends,
as a good man to be a candidate for the
legislature, and has decided to do so;
although he says he may lose more at
home by his absence than he would
make financially. We have known Mr.
Roberts all our life and believe he
would serve the people faithfully and
well, but we are not in polities, how-
ever, and therefore glad the very deli-
cate duty of choosing between several
candidates for the same office does not
devolve upon us. We do hope, though,
the best men may be elected to these
respective positions as every one is vir-
GUichrlst for Goveror.
In our announcement column- .this
week appears the photo and card of
General Albert Gilchrist, of Punta Gor-
da, candidate for Governor. The gen-
eral is not a candidate of any ring, ma-
chine or faction, but is running on his
own personal merit. He is well known
all over the State, having been identi-
fled with the growth of DeSoto county
for many years and been the means of
helping the educational institutions of
the State many times. He has served
his county in the legislative halls and
at one time was speaker of the House
of Representatives General Gilchrist
also states that he has never had a
"paying job" from the people, and if
elected Governor will not realize any
thing above living expenses, the balance
to go to charitable institutions of the
State. He is a man of the people, and
from the people, and if placed in the
Governor's chair will be found on the
people's side whenever any question
arises affecting their interests.-Fort
It is important that you should decide
to take only Foley's Honey and Tar
when you have a cough or cold as It
will cure the most obstinate racking
cou savd expel th%,cold from your
system. 1f 's8 Honey and Tar con-
tains od harmful drugs. Insist upon
having It. Sold by all druggists. *
I UeIr Metes.
Dr. and Mrs. Yarbrough, from Mic-
cosukie, were very pleasant visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cromartie, were
very pleasant visitors of Lloyd last
Mrs. Eugene Bolen returned home
Sunday, when she had been visiting a
week with her mother in the western
part of the State.
A very delightful entertainment was
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.
B. Mills, last Friday evening, which
was in connect, with theath
everyi108 ire it. T=I* pro-
gram eveah was as follows:
Miss a Miller was chairman. Music
by W Dr. E. Christie, Miss Agnes
Edwarda, Miss Helen Edwards, Miss
'duAe Belle Mills and Miss Annie Les-
trm. A reading by Mrs. J. J. Willie,
Jr.t and Mrs. J. J.Willie, Sr., both of
which were fine. Bible reading fol-
lowed with prayer by R. T. Rodgers.
A debate: Resolved, that a state pro-
hibition law is the best solution of the
temperance question in Florida. The
affirmative was upheld by R.T.Rodgers
and N. E. Cromartie, the negative by
Dr. J. T. Stukes and Wallace Bolen.
The judges were J. J. Willie, Jr., Mrs.
J. J. Willie, Sr., and T. F. Hay. The
judges rendered a decision which was
unanimously in favor of the negative.
It was a very hotly discussed battle in
which both sides deserve lots of credit.
Those who were present are as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mills and family,
Miss Lena Miller, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Dr.
E. Christie, Kennith and Eldridge
Christie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rodgers,
Mr. J. B. Cromartie, Mrs. J. J. Willie,
Jr., Mrs. J. J. Willie, Sr., N. E. Cro-
martie, R. T. Rodgers, Dr. J.T.Stukes,
Wallace Bolen, Mr. Gaston Alford,
Miss Ethel Alford, Miss Beulah Bros-
well. Miss Agnes Edwards, Miss Helen
Edwards, Mr. John R. Gramling, Mrs.
Carter, Mr. Rollen Alford, Miss Thea
Edwards, Miss Annie Lester and Mr.
Marion Walker. Last, but not least,
there were refreshments served which
was very much enjoyed, especially by
those who had warmed up in the debate.
Home Nission Notes.
It is estimated that three million, five
hundred thousand non-english-speaking
people are at work in the industrial cen-
ters of the United States.
For the fiscal year, ending June 190',
there were one million, two hundred
and eighty-five thousand three hundred
and forty-nine immigrants admitted into
the United States.
Of the fifteen million men in the
United States between the ages of fif-
teen and thirty-five, it is estimated that
more than nine million do not attend
church. How many are there in our
city who do not attend church?
Have you stopped to think of the tre-
mendous task assigned the Home Mis.
sion department? The foreign immi-
gration problem, city problem, factory
problem mining camp problem, moun-
tain problem-all the unsolved problems
and unreached people have been labeled
"The Home Mission Department."
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Home Missionary Society will
beheld in the Methodist Church, Tues-
day, April 7th, at 4 o'clock. Each mem-
ber is earnestly requested to be present,
business of importance to attend to.
Ladies who are not members are cor-
dially invited to meet with us.
More than nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism are simply rheumatism
of the muscles, due to cold or damp
weather or chronic rheumatism. In
such cases no internal treatment is
required. The free application of
Cramberlain's Liniment Is all that is
needed, and It Is certain to give quick
relief. Give it a trial and see for your-
self how quickly it relieves the pain
and soreness. Price, 25 cents: large
size, 50 cents. Sold by Tallahassee
Drug Co. *
T. B. BYRD & CO.
Always Handle the Pr
and Bet Grocwes, Con-
Every Day is a
Bargain Day With Us.
-' -N- -
Since the hard times we have marked every thing
to suit the occasion. We do not claim to sell goods be-
low COST, it is not necessary, as we have such splendid
values in GRANITE WARE, CHINA of high grade
GLASS WARE that is equal in looks to CUT GLASS
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
SLMOR DAVIS CO., Inc
If You're Hit.
The Crisis is Past
The Situaion is clearing
The Cure is in Work.
The House that wants
"Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
Gas Fitting, Priviate
R. J. PHILLIPS.
Remember we guarantee Satis-
faction on every thing
Holmes Drul Go.,
Best Wadoea l
Go to Schoemaker's staler and see
the Russell Wagon before purchasing,
they are the best and cheapest and wear
Pair good driving and saddle horses
for sale cheap. Apply at once to W.
N. Keith. 42-tf
To Best or Lease.
My four .brick stores, south side of
market, will be for rent or lease April
1st. Apply to J. W. Ferrell, 75 E. Vir-
ginia St., O Box 327. 5-4t
Rings Little Liver Pills for bilious-
ness and sick-headache. They clean
tht, system and clear the skin. Price,
25c. Try them. Sold by R.'W. Cobb
TkAPM UAANK M(ttmas ib 1.6
TS iW, (f. V. W loo M CO., CM>CAGO
We could run a tailor shop and make
all our goods here at home but we
cannot do sufficient business to enable
us to buy from first hands-THE MILLS
We have no labor market here from which to secure
up-to-date cutters and tailors--
And we would always have on hand a lot of old styles,
remnants from the previous season.
For the above and many other good reasons too
numerous to mention, we take the measures and let
Ed. V. Price & Co., The Chicago Merchant Tailors,
do the rest.
Their facilities do not consist of a sewing mac
bought on the installment plan, but a modern up-
date plant equipped with every improved labor sa
ing device for practical economy for the benefit
our customers-a thousand tailor shops in one.
Stylish up-to-date garments made expressly for you
from reliable cloths-$20 to $35 per suit
It will pay you to investigate.
Call and see fabrics Nos. 5220, 5262, 5280, 5297.
I[Ixahew L Ue matin I U d sM Cae CA, Km.Ne, T caft ]
Burns & Company,
Are arriving in daily bought at
right prices and
very small profit. .
will be sold
Dressers from $5.00 up.
B eds 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.
TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE.
J. E. THEUS, Propr.
CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.
"I Gold ure"
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-
[Aaamoneenresu W beW subished i adr this
beadift at tde Mae Sef ai adva-a."
IR CW SS, 3rd DISTRICT.
to thi voti of ird Comgremlioal Distict:
I manaumme a t a candidate for the nomination
to on from the Third Congressional District
d Fllrda ti tte Demoeratie primaries soon to be
held. I will endeor o as many of the voters
as will be peble during the campaign and earn-
estly solct e pport of the voters of this dis-
triet. I will announce my platform in the near
future Yours truly, D. H. MATrs.
FOR STATE ATTORNEY.
To the Domocrtic Voters of the Second Judicial
The Stat4 Democratle Executive Committee
having been called t meet on February 11, form-
alopenms the c aimpa .
I hreby formally announce my candidacy for
renomination to the position of State Attorney for
the Sseond Judicial Circuit, subject to the action
of the Democratic voters thereof. If my former
administratUon of this office has met the approval
of my people, I earnestly ask them for their en-
dorsement at the coming primary. I have had as-
surance from many who opposed me at the last
primary of their intention to give me their full
and candid support for renomination, and that
they intend to co-operate with my former valued
friends and supporters to the end that my vote
may be a most satisfactory one.
1 appreciate to the fullest extent the confidence
my people have ever shown in me. I would that
my powers were greater that I might serve them
the better. If renominated my time and services
shall be theirs a they have been in the past.
Gao. W. WALKRa.
To the Voters of the Second Jndicial Circuit, corn-
praing the Counties of Leon, Jefferson. Gad-
eden. Liberty, Calhoun, Franklin and Wakuila:
Having concluded to become a candidate for
State Attorney for said District, I snall be very
grateful to you for your support at the coming
primary election-pledging you to fulfill the duties
of said office to the very best of my legal knowl-
edge, it elected.I
I remain as ever, as in the days of the past,
when I went among you, pleading the cause ot
true Democracy, when it was then necessary to
plead. Your* to commnnand.
NAT. R. WALKtIL.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
Having served now for more than a year as
County Judge of Leon County. Florida. I hereby
announce myself as a candidate lur election to
that othic, subject to the action of the Democratic
Primary. I piedge. if elected, a taithiul and uim-
partial attendance to the duties of the ofice.
B. A. MEUINNIMs.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon county :
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the
position of County Judge, subject to tne action ou
the Democratuc Primary.
In making this announcement I wish at the
same tune to tank my friends throughout the
county not only for the splendid vote lthey gave mec
at the last primary, but also for their many ex-
presaMion of good will and encouragement during
the past two years.
If elected, I will perform the duties of the office
faithfully and conscienUously.
To the Democratic:Voters ofLeon County :
I hereby announce myself a candidate for nomi-
Sation and re-election as Treasurer oft Leon coun-
SFlorida, subject to the action of the coming
D ratic Primary to be held for such purpose.
wish to thank all of my friends for their past
confidence and support, and will appreciate re-
cevin again their future support tor this otlice.
lespuully. JOHN EARLS PEaKINs.
1b a the Deea i Vo of aCM county:
I heseb, a-u- am -adAW for the offie of
SLarif flies County. and no aectfunal ask your
tor ts e eet to e la Demnoerati
a y. Itf eleeted I wN wvlil and faithfufb
.ehse the dties of the oMea.
Tery su tfanlly.
WTrt.AJ 1. LANGrON.
FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT.
To the Democratic Voters at Leon County :
I hereby announce my candidacy for the o' ,'uf
Clerk of the Chicult Court for Ien County.v :h.
Mt to naminatien btthe comain Democratic P' I-
ama. and respetfy ak your support for u,'eh
IUfleminated ad el ,I will give my t me
andbest efforts othet performance of i h,
das t to theasem
Heea T. F3LtK..
FOB TAX aODU CrO.
b the Doati VT of Laee Contr :
I bs am em yr eaudhiasy for the oice of
A Omtis r Lae- Oostv. rbeet to nomi.-
mat r the e a Demoestle Primary, arnd
a.s yei esppot for such nomina-
S- ad -d elected, I wll ive my time
ybest efrts to the faithful performanceof the
W. A. DmILLY.
FO TAX AB OR.
9t the D:mo i Votee of dLa CoOety:
I t m4 r n e w eandidaey fwr ro-
^lllof Aesemoar O axes to
C5or M the Dmocrati0 Primary.
75r 5 Dut Pead *sMideration. I
MaaL anh will gratefully ap-
Wu.wUA 0. Axas.
BR SUPRMfNTND3NT OF PUBlLIC IN.
Sith thbn to the people of Leea county
OW t = neaouragnmg s ia amee iven me
Is- tmw the PbH eh S chols of eowmty I
oa ms wea as3iI esandidte for re-election to
eof ( sat"upperimnteadest of Publie In.
meleonC o It IAesOm r, -es t to the
If beom wit a seod tem. I shall an future,
as i t e past. devote Mr best efforts to the faith-.
OW dischar of the dotles of the aMs.
XDWA D BArosM EpRes.
0B P OMP M O M RMISTRAION.
e B0t fL d leaCoamty. nlrtda:
I aesia a emmdktidatsfor resormnatlon
rthlMe smervMrof Rirbitrattleof Leon,
XW>*. sojft to the som of the -cre tic
V1mw,. I nk the veton of Leon for their
S* and wilLwprec*atbw th;r goport
ay Peb ry.of MaylWh. IdOP.
S awuLM. P. CUAIm.
"OB COUNTY OOUMB8OMTr
lb W the nmwte Voter of Count7 Cmanlaa-
S5hoeot4. Le scmmuConty. a:
mm ames m amy we f fe the a" of
-E r forW M D. SwOt e. 4. Lm.
owe SMI tom th the msag
GK ,ote I plede sMEW to
bp serWis*d ee iy best e
WthsAt D. SBouTAMs.
To the sommsea Votera ed the thk O-mis.
we D e dLes CIAm Osnty Fle :
I he amaas my for the t
eeas VLt. oe LsCssnty. subicwt to the ao-
tion of the Demoratic Primary.
In making this my sanoancemeMt I will say to
the people of 14a county that I feel grateful to
them, one and all. tfor their past support, and if
renominated and elected I will In the future, as I
have in the past. endeavor to discharge my duty
to the very best of my knowledge.
I am respectfully.
WrLLIAs A. RzaoUrna.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
Having done my very best to serve the people of
Leon county faithfully, satisfactorily and well, at
the solicitude from a number of friends I have de-
cided to run for renomination as County Commis-
sioner for District No. 1. at the Democratic Pri-
mary Election. Thanking one and all for sup-
E. C. SMITH.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I hereby announce myself a candidate for Coun-
ty Commassioner for District No. 1, subject to ac-
tion of the Democratic Primaries.
Respectfully. W. F. YARBROUGH.
To the Democratic Voters of County Commission-
ers District No. 2. Leon County, Florida:
I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of
County Commissioner for District No. 2, Leon
county, subject to nomination by the coming Dem-
ocratic Primary, and respectfully ask your sup-
port for said nomination.
If nominated and elected. I pledge myself to
serve your interests faithfully and well, and to
serve also the best interests of the people of the
Yours very respectfully,
RICHARD G. JOHNSON.
To the Democratic Voters of the Third Commis-
sioner's District, Leon County :
I beg to announce that I am a candidate for re-
election to the office of County Commissioner for
the Third District in the coming primary.
J. W. Cou.IN..
To the Democratic Voters of the fith Commisnion-
er's District, Leon County :
It is by the continued solicitation of many of my
friends I announce my candidacy for County Com-
missioner for the 5th Commissioner's District. and
sincerely ask the support of all Democrats on the
19th of May, l108. If elected I pledge myself to
the faithful duties of the office.
I am yours respectfully,
E. E. MCDANIEL.
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 Commissioner from County Commission-
er's District No. 3. having served you faithfully
and successfully before. I promise to give the
duties of the responsible office my best attention,
soliciting your support.
Respectfully, JOHN C. MooRE.
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. CR'UMI'.
To the Democratic Voters of Loon County :
I hereby announce that I am a candidate before
the Democratic Primary Election for County
Commissioner from Commissioners' District No. 4.
If elected I i romise to give the office my best at-
tention. soliciting the support of Democrats.
Respectfully, W. H. HOPKINS.
ALBERT W. GILCHRIST.
Candidate For Governor of Florida.
No faction, machine or ring, brought him out
He came out as a candidate alone and 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
optionista. the Christians and the Jews, and of the
Gentiles,. the "Publicans and sinners." Hie would
even accept the support of the Pharisees.
The corporations cannot do without the people,
and the people cannot do without the corporations.
Neither should be allowed to oppress the other.
Capital is organized, labor should be organized.
The license tax law licensing each little enter-
prise should be amended in order that taxation
should bear more evenly.
Article XIX of the Constitution proviaoe for Lo-
cal Option. The qualified electors [not the Gov.
ernorj approve or veto constitutional amendments.
He is not on the "recently constructed beed
He commenced life working in Quincy. Florida,
at a salary of 815.00 per month, and boarded him-
self. He has himself been a hard working, strus-
Wling 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
feels sure he will be elected "if he gets enough
votes." He does not propose to trade off a single
office. There is honor in heing Governor. If it is
tainted with dishonor, he does not want the office.
FOR MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD.
I desire to take advantage of this opportunity to
thank the people of Leon county for having hon-
ored me with two terms as a Member of the Board
of Public Instruction of Leon county, representing
School District Number Three of Leon county.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-
election to the same position for the coming term.
subject to nomination by the Democratic Primary.
I point with pride to the great improvement of
our vhite public schools in every respect, which
has taken place throughout Leon county during
the put three years under its present school ad-
ministration, and congratulate the school patrons
upon the many advantages in the way of t tter
teachers,. longer terms, better school houses, more
comfortable school furniture, good blackboards,
new patent desks, etc., which they have received
from th has r -re-ievnt chntj ifrteia's. I
rejoice a .. t.- ,. *:'>f to assist in this good
work, and plh-;, mMrnilf to do all In my power to
promote till further improvements in case I am
onored with another term.
To the Demq rmtic Voters of School District No. 2
Leon County. Florida:
I bereby announced candidacy for the office
of Member of the B=ord of Public lastruct'6a for
District No. 2 of Leon county subject to nomInb
tion by the coming Dmoerac Primary, and r-
ospetfayi akour support for maid nomnato
Respectfully. D. P. Cox.
To the Democratic Voters of School District No. 1
of Lesa Onty. FPleaea:
I her t anommne myf candidacy for the oie
of Mebser of the sBos of Publie tomsuetloe for
District No. I of LMea omaty. ebiest to neml-.
tion by the coming Democratic Primary. and re-
spectfully ask your support for said nomination.
If nomnated and elected I pledge myself to
serve your interests faithfully and wpll and to
serve also the best interests of the people of the
Yours very respectfully,
JoHN H. PATrEiaON.
FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRE-
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County :
I hereby announce myself an a candidate for the
nomination as a Representative from this county
in the next LIfialature of Florkida. subject to the
action of the Democratic Primaries.
JORN L NaILEY.
I will be a candidate for nomination and re
election to the offes of Representative in the Ler-
iaslature for Leon county at the coming Primary.
and will appreciate the support of m# friends.
A. 8. WZLLN.
To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
I herebaaimnounee myself as a candidate for
nomination Representative to the next Lerisla-
ture from Lea county. subject to the action of
the coming primary. Wu. Roszans.
To the Democratic Voters of Lam County :
I her*bt annonee my candidacy Reprsenta-
tive of Lamon nsaty before the coarn Democratic
primary eloetioa, and will abide b t results of
saMid primary, soMlcttin thae Upport of the voters.
Respectfully J. L MooDr.
AoxriL WAWrBD!-16x20 crayon por-
t 40 cents, frames 10 cents and up,
shet eture one cent e*ah. You can
make 0pe cent. profit or 6.00 per
wek. atablp s and anpl e free.
Praak W. WiliaM Company, 1208 W.
Tayor 1t., Muimag 64 Mt
GEO. W. CHILD.
Contractors and Builders.
We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
the very best service inll lines of building.
Call on us
if you are contemplating any kind of building. We can
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber. Mouldings, Turned Col-
umns, Brackets and all kinds of Novelties nade to order.
i -t~d' a..
TH TRUEL DEMOCRAT.
JM s. COUM. leMsm A*.
PUBLISHED BVERT RFUDAT MORNING.
ftcl-4der Imprevwmats or a"*au.
They have a "Town Improvement" and
they have a "Woman's Club,"
An' it seems to me that orter been
But they had another meeting' 'roun' to
Jimmy's house las' night,
To talk about "Back Yards" and all
Of co'se Ma's she's the Pres'dent, an'
"Back Door Inspector" too,
An' she says her work begins right here
at home ?
Which Pa says is improvement, an' he'd
give a helping' hand,
If it didn't soun' too much like King-
So las' Sat'day up Ma yanked me 'fo'
I could slip away,
An' she marched me roun' our back
yard on a "tour,"
An' she tole me bow 'twas criminal for
folks to throw about
Ole cans, an' things what make the air
She said she was determined "with
what strength within law lay,
With earnest work to swell the Nation's
So that the words AMERICA, in twice
five years from now,
And BEAUTIFUL would ever mean
Then she went to specifyin' all the
chance she meant to make,
How we d cover all the fences witl a
An' she said the splendid kennel what
me an' Jimmy made,
Was a "ediis most hijeous in design I"
The ash barrel should be painted "a
ht, artistic red,
Tw k lend a touch of color to the
An' the chicken-coop an' cow-shed,
would both be much improved
If I'd paint 'em iv'ry-white with bars
of green I
An' then when I had ploughed it, an'
had planted it in grass
An' had burnt up me an' Jimmy's cir-
An' had tore down "those old wires"-
meanin' our telefone-
She'd consider that "her time had been
Madoes a power of talking' an' herlang-
Anwid is plum smart,
An' make you think she'slone a
But I set down on the woodpile, when
she'd gone into the house,
An'-good gracious!-I can tell you I
was hot I
'Twasn't me that joinel the "back-
doors I" wasn'tt sat said I'd
"All my strength to swell the Nation's
Then to tear down my nice dog-house,
an' burn my circus tent ;
'Tie what I call a downright cryin'
I tole Pa that improvement shouldn't
always "start at home,"
But he said that the "exceptionproved
the rule ;"
An' he tole me to be pashunt, that it all
would wear away ;
An' I tell you what-my Pa-he-aint-
X. Y. Z.
A Common Mistake.
Many women mistake kidney and
bladder troubles for some irregular-
ity peculiar to the sex. Foley's Kdnaey
Remedy corrects irregularities and
makes women well. Miss Carrie Har-
den, Bowling Green, Ky., writes: "I
suffered much pain from kidney and
bladder trouble until I started to use
Foley's Kidney Remedy. This first bot-
tle gave me great relief, and after tak-
ing the second bottle I was entirely
well." Sold by all druggists. *
LOST.-Pair of eyeglasses, in black
case. Finder will confer a favor by
leaving same at Leon Hotel, for F. G.
n the Circuit Court, Second Judicial r antiiStat* erFerta .-wtt: s di.
Circuit, Leun County, ljorida-In! StatefTen ,,msdesd.1 te ,t.rln is
Chancery. ries and J. J. Late ah pw tnesI
.etma jnurmenee Company. a Corptratiml o hon fder m5se oI a I & L lre
the LawsQf the Stat of Cr vnetacut Comlain-ethW tanthe tate ide
ant. Ivs.L J. Evans. Trustee. Ac., .t aI.. Defend- of the State of Llela. &adthat DNW
ant. is New O rleans, Pe marina. that De edafmt
T HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY T derithefrmnamstMar sMay .' 'es
affidavit of Gro P. Ianery. Attorney-oi- aState other thn t Sthe t PoMlw. tO-
Prourd for the above narnmd Ciornplainant, nitd rue identi of the State of ln and that t
rein on January .th. 19i that tbo Defendant. ridence I New Orleans, pItiMa; thethe Dr-
ii, n A Company. a corIeoraton. i.tarealdrt of fendant 0. 8. Kulmans dol it a **T I
country other than the Stae of Florieda via: a namn of Savannah a iW* ii e ha
sidesit of the KaredJ ni of threat Britain and Ire- resident of a tate than the Sa of '
.nd. and that &ia paitcular rwritenre there ast t-wif: a reidll the State of Gta. ,
nknewn: that the Du/erlant, Wertheirner- that his reete vuvannah. Gdnt tM *
arts Shbo* Cempany, a woryoation, no a trrient >. ,lfint Par Grocery O0Ip LAI-
a State other than lthe tate of Florida. vix: a ad. a onlars dtof atf Sta telt r
,jident at the Stateof Missouri, and that its remi'. tha t at to-wit: a reldeim t the
once is St. LAima MiMaouri; that teI Defendant. Slate l1an.and1thas. sed ha n s e Is New
. M. Robinson Cornmpany o atI l- Oramey Louisiana; ai that tt Dfe W -tae Sc-
t., of a State other e t n l lMera Ctlery Cespany. a er.as wea
wit: a re dt of a State other than the Stle f i.
-at ilts ro wit: a resident of the Statwe
*fedeant C lhl arporeisk._Is a that its reside Is tu Tsin P ,ll` as
sIdent of a t11L than tle State of Flord that there is no portes. to t a et Ier .
-twit: a Sf the Stalt of Tenneasse. and servi of a msubpeemsup *w bs ld w ed M
%at tas Nashville, Tennesse; th on of the saidM asmd Dafeid *7a
. lMes J. L. Dyriem and J. J. Labry. as natural perm asSed am Dsfm hee, am
rt hM arm anme of Dayrsr A Labry, mrvis ad fWee e tWwee AM
ft a State other than the State a It is tl e eudered tha ata
W1 t1: rdt of5 the State of Luti- Bamed dD A= sumt INM- x a
and tht their m Meo New Or:es aftrmaid. be n m a e
: tat the Defendants. Eugne Eeilis nd to ,the s a Ml a g al
aia.ed May. ai partners under the firm name Mlay the i t,-la i
1W A ElUI, ar residents of a State other than that ai Defeundantwt A
r Stateof Fierda. to-wit: residents of the State is hee by reeired to ap Sr
Loultiana. and that their residence is New Or- ant's bill of eninpitat, enl hbN dy
ana. Louiaiana that the Defendant. 0. S. Kul- of April. A. D. 11M an d that aw dw p be
etn. doing business under the nase of Savannah lihed in the Wedlky Tree D
wubinware Company, is a resident of a State published in the Yit oft Tal 7 i.L-
ther than the Stateof Florda to-wit: a resident Roirida. once a week fr m ght
the State of Gorsia. and that his residence weeks as to ad f r said Dagnd Kd g
savannah. Ceorgia; that the Defonant. larker- Coapamny. and oe a awe for l W
in Grocery Company. Ltnited, a corporation tiv weeks in to and fe aB 41 the
a residet of a State other than the Sate o aed. above named.
lkuida,. to-wit: a residet of the Stat of Lo md- Witmass Henry T. Pdl Ca. a Ck
na. aqd that its rmadense is New Oreans. Lauisi- Court of the Secasad Jedite (l
.&, ahd that the Defv.aoant. Schatt-MortanaCub.> e Florida,. Leon County, n Ile a ll_
ry L.inmpany, a corporation. is a resident ef a t eMaI of saud Court, M tk b r' I"n
tate other than the State of Florida. to-wit: a A. D. Ul.k.
iadent of the State of PeItnnylvania. and that ita L [ALa] HINRT T. UK ,
jadence is T.tusvilhe, Per.aylvanas. and that Clerk of the Cirescuit M SeB AJid kaW d h
iere Ls no penon in the State of Florida the uer- cut on County. Florid. a mery.
ce of a subpoena upon whom would bind any one A true copy
maid named Defendants; and tnat the natural Attest-HENRY T. ],LK L.
aruonm named a Defendants above are severatiy Clwk of md Owrt. 40-w
aver the are of twenty-one years.
It i.s therefore, ordered that all of the ab.ve
named Defendanta. except Kim"aa A (O.nitpiny.
aiiueaid. be and they are hereby reu. c ,l pU- -
,-wr to the Cenplainant's l41 of .Cor,a,'int on
dronday. the second day of March. A. U. 1u-,. and
ha t said Defendant. Kinsa & Company. tw and
it a hereby required to appear to the mnpiaiso-
au to Bill of Complaint on Monday. the si sth
day of April. A. D. 190; and that this oun:r ou
publiahd in "rThe Weekly True IJeocrat." a
newspaper published in the City of I'a, laaesew,
Lesn County, Florida, once a week for eight (S)
mcneutive weeks as to and for said Deltiidant
K.niga & Company, and unce a week for four (4)
eunsecutive weeks as to and for all of Une other
Desendants above named.
Waitna. Heary T. Felkel. Clerk of the Circuit
Ou ta of the Second Judicial Circuit of the Stits
" 1- "atirda. Leo County. Florida, n Choery.
and the saal of said Court, tha 30th day of Janu-
ary. A. D. IoLS
,s&.AL.) HENRY T. FELKEL,
Laci of the Circuit Court Second Judic.a, Cir-
cuit. Leon County. Florida. In Chaicory.
A true opy.
Atest-hkiMas T. FaLUKat,
Clerk of iatd Court. 49-8t
In the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit, Leon County, Florida. -In
TheGeorgia Home Insurance Company, a Corpo-
matia under the LAW of Geur.ga, Complain-
ant, vs. .IL J. Evans, Trustee, c. *At at.. Do.
TT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
A affidavit of Geurge Parkina. Attorney-of-
Rjeaed for the above named Cnayiaia.nt, aied
eren on January J.kta, lt.a, that tintaana Co m-
lais a roident of a country otnui than tae
ta of Florda. to-wit: a rewueit oul the King.-
dim at Great rtnuta iand lrwia.ad, utt that its piC-
Iouler raidenoe theremin unknown; that the
Dafeedast, Wertheunr-swartl Shoe Company, a
ip"rasue. s a resident (u a ctate other Uia uthe
St of fltorida. to-wit: a ra~ient at the Statsmof
Mbsasi.m and that its reside..c ma Si. Lauua Mis"
emv ; that te Uefendant. A. M. tobinCoin-.
pany, a corpuratol., a resident of a aState* eter
Luksi ui* ztai.* aot blorida. to-wit: a resident of the
d:Stt of Georlia, nad that its residence is Atlanta,
a corpntm(aoo. s a rlentit of a :%tate other trima
tt* bt&aJ ot Vka d,. to-wit: a restidet uf tme
.,~a'.e oft enneamie, and that its rmilence ua N-.n-
vuse, 'fennessee; tant tw Uetendait. J. A. aMy-
rnsaind J. J. Labry, as partners under tlii Iaiti
name ot DLarieis & .abry. are rcsidenut u. .,.ae
oLher alasb tn SLutt ul I Kiradto-. wit; r. im.4
ot t oState of Lou Auislu mad chat their rc;a,1.i.uJ
as '*ew Oreaens, Luuim...,; ltiat UeA l
..uaene ~LA anuu eru. aJ iay, fas par,.- rs un-
uer the Arm name orl tajy A dr .i.s. .ie ri.. L nL of
a aste otaer tman the btL o0 at ?oCd, t. Lw-tiL:
reeats o0 the .SU1MAW ul LAulasiauIA. Ai Ln4 Liu iar
'muAnce t New Urlitus., L Luuo.sia. L.ni the
Deiaendant. 0. S. Kuinman. d-itm batinta-..u jnder
Uw itai of Savaninah Wj
S rUesdeAt of a Slate u>AWIA taiA.n the dS4L. at 1 P'r.-
s. ao-wit: a residu.e uio tne ,tate of UI:. and
tr.at ia residenceA is dSvannah. Georgia; 11t 1.1 ti,
e. iendai Parier-Faiin Lirucary Coiipany, Lun-
,ai. a corpwraicau. is a remident ot a ..Atu oiner
Uian 't.he .1tA u i 'iurkia. to-wit: a riAxltHet or
a.' .LmAte 4 Louisiatna, and that its reasle.uiice
*. orw se.r L.uiaau ia; a ud that the 1. D en arit.
-.. .4,.-urtga ti.L.ery CAnpa.iy, a cutv oratiun,
*. Lan.0t ol ta t.ate otier uWann the UtLa of
r .-. .u, Ut-wet: a resident uf the Sl teu olPnier-
m*> iuiia. ana tnat It rembdvasce u l'At1vAlA. Paeun-
a.lvaiaia; and Last tme is aiu poUtain iha the :tate
Wul tIorMa t" MerVM ie a S uPoMena upou whom
would bnd any woe of sid naumd Iaendants;
anu that the natural peremo n named as Uufend-
a. ...Auve are sevmtasy over the age 4o twenty-
G.i u ar..
t i. therefore, ordered that all of the above
riaei.id OIeesidasus, except Uangan A Comp4aay.
aSuri.anl, ib mad and they are hereby required to
s.,, ar t L U n oUWVupaaeaaJst' sUUa1 Complamt 4a
Mau..Ay. LUo ocu.ad uisyut March, A. D. IVa. and
ut~ sah itendaiue. Kutigam & Company, be and
and it a hereby required to apl to the Com-
isanaat's* Bl of Coimpuat e in m tae. i sUxth
daj of Apn. A. D. M; and that thUa ord be
paiatudad a 'T"r Weekly True Demerat." a
new paper publ hed at Uaw City W TaUdah-mm
LWU countaly. Florida. oane a wek fer eiht 4W
ew.ecuuvave woes as to and for emkidt eaiat
Kingaa A Comaay, aad oem a week for fler (4)
ennaUtsUve wee Mas to and fr al l t the othr
dowuncals above asaid.
Waueea. Henry T. Feiadu Clerk t th eCireuit
Court o g the Seco Juccial Cesit of the Stale
at I'uraN. Lon county. Frurida, im ChaNeerY. ad
Ue anal of mtourt. utas 1akh day e Jamarmy.
A. oi. Ia.
(asAL.) alNRY T. FrKIES
CAWk of the Crcuit Courtsed Jaudal COr
out. L.A ematy. Inn l aimery.
Attamt--MaM J. F*.saU ,
Clark d mid Court. 4-t
la the Circuit Court, Se Judicial
circuit, Leon County Florida, an
A mlaes Aaraa C ams 0 a er-
s-am jas t ae Wa w t" e te
a 0 irlrand.Ciateaat. va. IL J. omma
sm.. ea% &1 seeL el
HAVING" M MAD APPEAR
eineds thaS the D e s M.ssss
tnMthe Lbs thh ItVte CG
a efmfsdra.m tet-ft: a ui demi theb S re
of Mimwt*.iV iith 6w edaei isS.L e
mimb. a ewomim hi aemea u d fa SOONate
In the Circuit Court, Secadi JMdidl
Circuit, Leon County Florida, in Chas-
SL Paul ire & Marinm I 1- 1. a0 .
poraion wadr tahe bwinsd a.O=t E!
nut, ,. R. J. erns, Trestee bo, 1 t at Db .
'T HAVING B3lN MADE TO APPMA M
Arfidavit of George B. Pthes L
Rc;urd for the abov n amed
herein mo JanaWr M th. IM S. t o
pany., a mcrw ti. is a rII e a w
other than the Mo of V0. t 6f I
of the Kinadesmo Gof et AlMbt
that its particular meea Iin ie
that the defendant, W
Cvm pany. a mepes a mai
other than the State o a t I e -
of the State af Mbwes aItd Ms lm
St. LL0es. MteMw1ri that tie 1A. 1M
Robinson Compew. a ,*umsifte ka a
a State other than Stt 0le fM l ts-rw
a resident of the tateo f ae =tga. that its
resvidne is Adanta. Georsl; tat te Defetdanl
Cuamberld MiLl a. aa Mrwme aM desatat a
State other thatheM SuM ste a tle-vit: a
resident of the Sateat of Te m aond that lts
residene is Nmhvfle, Tene th IM th. De-
fenant J. A. Dritm nsd J.J. r. part-
nars, under the Armea ema. Do rtMa& aLabry
nra re-aients of a State other th nthe State
Florkda. to-wit: rmino st of the St of Lse.
an&. and that th reaI r Newie s is Ort
Louisiana. that Uth DM e dantse endo ml. a
'erdinanadl May, M- srtans under the nam A s
of May A r<a. arem re ats a tate there than
the stat oft lh i tdat, o-wit: retaats of the itate
of Louitn ua. ad that other dresi4e si New
resni. LuamanMa ; that the Defendant. 0. S,
Kulman.m deun busi m under tuname of Sa.
vannan, W awareae Company is a re edt o:. a
State other thB- thm ,.State PForida. ta-wit: a
mwoient uj the Stale of Goorie. and tht hO rei-
dene ii .Svandah. t gia that tha e Dsfemdant
ParKer-van Grocery Copany, LimtA. a ese-
poiatiun, is a ridetof a tMteother thUw the
Statof af iorkda. s,-wi a rendet them tate of
Louisiana. and tat its erdea tis New Orlna,
Lusiana and th t he Dedadet Sehatt-Mor.
gal CulTry C-epany. a Gerporatio. is a resident
oi a State other than the State of riarida. to-wit.
a resident of the Stateof at Peasyvani and that
it rejadonce a Titeville, PeansIvania; and that
.here i no Pemr in thew State of tlrida, the- .-
vice of a subpensa pe whom weld hind any
one oi said named Defendants; and that the natu.
-al perms naned a Ds e ndants above, are msr.
eraJy over the age f tweaty-one yean.
It s. therefore. rderd that all of the abo"
named Defendantsl,. muept Kinga & Cempany.
atoreasi., tm and they are hereby required u ap.
poar to the oM laieants bW of esaplaint.
Monday. the second day of March. A. D. 1.t, and
tiat uthe ud Demdanta Kiagan A Ccmpany be,
and it a. hereb reqaned to ap tthe Com.
pinamnAt's bid of eoaplieat, oan Moday the sixth
uay of Aprd, A. D. M adW that trias eder
published in "The Wakly Tr. Dancrt." a
newspaper pubhtbisd t e City of NTlah a.
LJon County, rNelMsa iaweek feor e; t (b
consecutauve weeks, a toad for MM D nda
KIntgan Company. and eaSa week fr four (4
consecutivweek mtasM wslie ade te other D*e
fendant aove named,
Witn. Henry T. PrdktL Clerik of te Cim
Court of thn Secnd Jmelalk ClAI d the Stale
of Ptrnda. LIa CWMA. i0Mla, -iaeseMy. ad
the tal of MAd CGm this t der dt Jaauwm.
A. D. 19S.
Clarkoft the Cinubal ieal lam
cuit. Lom eaty, riart beIemr.
A true eopy.
Attest- H T T.
To (A. Taz Payers VfLOM CoUrty:
yOUR 1PRPIAL AmumOM a OLLUm
toSetion14, w MW L. i st oridA
whereba s "it is mad.e ads mat 0fery pers"
owaing or having the s. t. ae,
y. &.. -a property wha ei eriMter thi
is sudBect to tametis a thebvest thai ,af,
to make reterm o s ar teatIs the ieuaty
AaemorotTad T r Abid at. a W.tee
o have bu9ht 1 a= 0Wt. b be A. to
bri o ded em heIhw e it pruoerd
merrPedr. Per y er Mest -ty. I w... he
gtad to fwakh yes was eje antsUd uc e
SdefWihe I toU. 1S .a.
boo-aA lat.INI SwM -Mg reaqu.- u at
won fras withpe r NeVter before LIa
WILJJM 0. AMB.,
Anmmer f 1a.m Lem Coru.
TMLLAaA4s jt A.. W Jm. o IM
No~~Re to r o Phase eaes.
01IB aT TO AT SiCK
MMtettawohee t Ise i m things dsi
Taaham iy 7.. 11- 41 .
a( Na- W at.i
TaliriHn^ 0.4 lH. Mmm
Our stock of Griffon Brand Spring Clothing is more complete than ever
We can fit stout men, slim men, young men, old men and all size
men in the latest patterns and styles which are to be found in an up-to-date
line of clothing. As for quality-the Griffon Brand knows no equal. We
vite you to call and inspect this nobby line. Every suit guaranteed.
WALKER & BLACK.
SCapital City Stables,
HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.
Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.
Phone No. 79.
P. 0. Box 487.
All Accounts Rendered Weekly.
[Egiqes, Boilers, and Smoke Stacks,
Saw Mill Machinery
I su_ lies, Et c.
JA S. SCHOFIELD SONS CO, MACON, GA.
The Greatest uem or 1d fimm Of
th. istomiry of msidne-, A imti doqpe hInallbowell
... &Lmdmta in ,-g or o.kL
For uh b1dD
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,.,THE fJ uUEMOCRAVT. B ^" s. .
IP1UDLIB= I 1UDAT MORMIMCL Tallak e.
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne, candidate
Trtleto to Mr. Creem. for governor, made a campaign speech
Hardy C. Croom, one of the most at the Opera House, Wednesday night,
promisiag young men of Florida, after to a large and interested audience. Mr.
several year suffering, fell a victim Browne had invited the lawyers of Tal-
to that "gret whiteplague," consump- lahassee to seats on the stage, and
tion, March 28th last, In Denver, CoL, among those gentlemen who responded
where be had gone in the hope that the were Hons. George P. Raney, George
climate would give back to him his B. Perkins, Joseph A. Edmondson, and
health and strength. Hardy was a ge- John W. Henderson, who introduced the
nial soul, one who loved all his fellow- speaker in a few appropriate and pithy
men and loved them well because he sentences.
himself was guilless. In his address, Mr. Browne well sus-
It was on the 3d of October, 1881, tained his reputation as a forceful and
that there came to the home of Hon. finished speaker. His speech was pleas-
and Mrs. A. C. Croom the fine boy that ing in its delivery, scholarly in its rhet-
grew rapidly to manhood under the onec, and logical in its deductions. The
sunny skies of his South Florida home. speaker kept the attention of his audi-
His was a happy childhood and boyhood. ence and gained their hearty applause.
He was popular with his schoolmates of Mr. Browne alluded to the fact that
the Hernando High School at Brooks- he had always been interested in the
ville. His school life, his boyhood was cause of the people of Florida, not as a
like a placid stream, for he had trouble demagogue, for with members of that
with none. Later he entered the State fraternity he had neither patience nor
Agricultural College at Lake City, and affiliation, but as one who had at heart
there, too, his record was a credit to their best interests and highest welfare.
himself and to his parents. When he As president of Florida's senate in 1891,
left colle e the sterner duties of life he sup orted Wilkinson (all's candida-
claimed his attention, and to these he cy to the U. S. Senate, because he be-
gave the same careful, eranest effort lived Call to represent those principles
that had marked his earlier work. in all which opposed machine-made politics.
that he did he was faithful and persist- At that time the "machine" dominated
ent, but all fell before the resistless Florida. even as the clique, whose head-
march of disease. Despite every effort i quarters are at Jacksonville, are now
of loving parents, a devoted wife and seeking to control the state for politicall
the medical attendance, the disease ends. This clique lie is n(w fWIii~hting,
could not be checked, and he has gone and will continue to fight until it is de-
to join the innumerable host that rests stroyed. Mr. Browne atlirmed that he
on the other shore, where there are favors prohibition, not for political
many of his name to greet him. The reasons, but because he knows the dan-
name of Croom is among the earlih(-tof ger of the open saloon, --he realizes the
the early settlers of Florida, they menace it is to good morals and good
helped to drive the Indians bark to citizenship, and in his opinion, it should
their swamps, they helped to carve a not be tolerated.
splendid civilization out of a wilderness. He furthermare declared that, should
From the day that the first Croom the people see lit to elect him to the
landed in Florida down to the present high position to which he aspires, he,
the name has been written among the as governor, would recognize the ind,.-
foremost men of the State. pendence of the cn-o-rdinate branches of
Hard Church Crourom was one of gt'.'rnmenlt, would not seek unduly to
those rarely sweet natures that are i influe,.-e nor dictate to either the legis-
met only at long intervals, and this but lature o the courts; nor would he in-
makes his taking away the harder to terpret the law to meet his own person-
bear. We can so illy spare the few we al wishes, but, as governor, would set
have. He leaves to mourn his untimely thie state an example of obedience to
death a devoted father and mother, the law. Moreover, in exercising the
brother, sister and wife, and a multi- governor's prerogatives of veto and
tude of fri -nds who will ever hold his pardon, he would endeavor always to
memory in sweetest remembrance, act only after the most careful deliber-
While it pan'thring him back. it is ood ation, and in the interests of right and
to know and to feel that the afflicted
family have the heartfelt sympathy of
all in this hour of darkness and dis-
tress. A FRIEND.
Be careful about that little cough.
Get something right away; some good,
able remedy that will move the
els. Kennedy's laxative Cough
Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the
bowels and allays inflammation at the
same time. It is pleasant to take and
it is especially recommended for child-
/ren, as It tastes nearly as good as
/ maple sugar. Sold by all druggists. *
Bolb and Dill, "Laugh Maters."
That's what they call 'em from the
Golden Gate to New York Bay. They
"do" Lonesometown at the Circle
Theatre, Fifty-ninth street and Colum-
bus Circle, New York. Crowds go to
see them and they all laugh with them
and whistle with them when they sing
"Lonesometown." Words and music
of this popular song will be given
with next Sunday's New York World.
Words and music by Billy Gaston.
Reproduced by permission, Shapiro,
publisher, New York.
Foley's Orino Laxative is best for
women and children. Its mild action
and pleasant taste makes it preferable
to violent purgatives, such as pills, tab-
lets, etc. Cures constipation. *
"Jules" Salomon, candidate for rail-
road commissioner, today paid his as-
sessment of $125 to the State Demo-
cratic Executive Committee, being the
first candidate for this position to qual-
ify. Mr. Salomon says that the re-
ports from all over the State are fav-
orable to his candidacy.-Jacksonville
ManZan Pile Remedy, price 50c. is
guaranteed. Put up ready to use. One
application prompt relief to any form
of piles. Soothes and heals. Sold by
R. W. Cobb Drug Co.
The handsome residence of Mr. L. C.
Yaeger, on the beautiful Fish lot, Mrs.
Yaeger s childhood home, is fast near-
completion. When completed, it
be one of the best in this section of
Florida, and the True Democrat wishes
them many happy years life in th new
Don't cough your head off when you
can get a guaranteed remedy in Bees
Laxative Cough Syrup. It is especially
recommended for children as it's pleas.
ant to take, is a gentle laxative thus
expelling the phlegm from the system.
For coughs, colds, croup, whooping-
cough, hoarseness and all Bronchial
trouble. Guaranteed. For sale by the
R. W. Cobb Drug Co. *
Letter toChief Thomas Hawes.
-Dear Sir: We repeat:
Every job painted Devoe takes less
gal than of any other paint.
If not, no pay.
F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P.8.-Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our
K. ping Open House.
Everybody is welcome when we feel
goed; and we feel that way only when
mr d letive organs are working prop.
elyM. Dr. King's New Ufe Pills regau
late the action of stomach, liver and
bowels o perfectly oe can't help feel-
Sag vood when one ues these pills. 21e.
at an drug stores. *
Mr. Browne also stated that the State
Insane Asylum would receive his spec-
ial supervision, and he would endeavor
to make it an institution in which should
be expressed humanity in its highest
In an interview next day with Mr.
Browne, he expressed his appreciation
of che cordial reception he had received
in Tallahassee, and seemed mucn grati-
fied at the size and character of his
audience the night before. He left
Tallahassee for Apalachicola yesterday,
accompanied by his wife.
Kodol is today the best known and
most reliable remedy for all disorders
of the stomach, such as dyspepsia.
heartburn, sour stomach and belching
of gas. Kodol contains the same juices
found in a healthy stomach. Kodol is
pleasant to take. It is guaranteed to
give relief and is sold here by all drug-
Mr. Robert Gamble and Mr. Edward
Gamble arrive tomorrow from Lith-
field, Conn. They will be at home a
week and will be most warmly wel-
comed by their many friends.-Jack-
A Healing Salve for Burns. Chapped
Hands and Sore Nipples.
As a healing salve for burns, sore
nipples and chapped hands Chamber-
lain's Salve is most excellent. It al-
lays the pain'of a burn almost instant-
ly, and unless the injury is very severe,
heals the parts without leaving a scar.
Price, 25 cents. For sale by Talla-
hassee Drug Co.
Governor Broward will not receive
anything like the vote for U.S. Senator
in Alachoa county that he received for
governor. This statement is not made
with any prejudice to the Governor, but
for some reason the people of Gaines-
ville do not look upon his candidacy for
the Senate with favor. -Gainesville
Here comes the /Spring winds to
chap, tan and freckle. Use Pinesalve
Carbolized, (Acts like a poultice) for
cuts, sores, burns, chapped lips, hands
and face. It soothes and heals. Sold
by R. W. Cobb Drug Co. *
Hon. W. H. Ellis and Mr. W. W.
Trammell have returned from their
visit to Marianna, where they went to
attend the "Milton Banquet" last Tues-
day night. This entertainment, driven
by the citizens of Marianna to W. H.
Milton, in honor of his appointment to
the U. S. Congress, was a general re-
ception to all of Milton's friends and
well-wishers, and was largely attended
by both ladies and gentlemen. Several
congratulatory speeches were made,
among them one by General Ellis him-
self. The decorations were elaborate
and appropriate, and plenty of punch
was served. The receiving committee,
composed of many of Marianna's promi-
nent citizen, was headed by the new
Senator and his estimable wife.
When a man writes as follows, don't
you think he means it? Mr. 0. 0. Wil-
llama, Powderly, Texas, says: "I have
suffered for years with kidney and
bladder trouble, using every. prepara-
tion I came across and taking many
prescriptions, all without relief until
my attention was called to PIelus.
After 30 days' trial ($1.00.) i am feel-
ing fine. Money refunded if not sata.
fled. Sold by R. W. Oobb Drug Co. *
AdmtN s-Fox Hounds!
HtWkFox Hounds, branded
"W" on boulder, between Bell
Air, St. _and Chaires
Station, on t hth of March.
Reward of $10. (vill be paid if
dogs are returned to
C. A. CAY,
For Delegate at Large.
Dade City, Fla., March 26, 190S.
Editor True Democrat:
As you are no doubt aware, I am a
candidate for delegate-at-large to the
Democratic National Convention to be
held at Denver on July 7th, I would be
pleased to have you make mention of
the fact in your local columns so as to
acquaint the voters of your county with
the same. This is a non-salaried place
as you know.
B. 0. BOW DEN
1-4 of a Pound a Week
at least, is what a young baby ought to
gain in weight. Does ymours? If not
thtr,- is something wrotn' with its di-
gestion. (;ive i McGlee's Baby Elxir
anil it will bIvin gaining at once. Cures
Ytonlacih i n1i l n Itw' l troii1le's. ails diges-
l ion, stop]sH 'i tfl lnl ess. iil1 for leeth-
inl, lb)its. 'ric1 2..' 4. anI I'. l lar-
d' e'Sn-ll i I O. o.
Pay Your Taxes.
Notice is hereby given that the citv
tax books will in a few days he closed.
It is not optional with me, I must fol-
low the law and instructions. Pay up
and ie\ additional cost in having your
proplty advert i:;ed at Tax Sale.
C. Z. FI:NN,
City Tax Collector.
One good farm hand. Regular work
and good wages,, G. (;ibbs. 50-4t
FOR SAIE. Handsome sideboard and
dining table. 212 East Park Ave. 6-2t
P. T. Nicholson, the Jeweler, has on
hand a lot of Bracelets, Belt Buckles,
Belt Pins and Hat Pins- the newest
things out for dainty Easter gifts. 2
AT P.T. NICHOLSON'S,
1 KEMPER STABLES,
C. A. SCHOEMAKEIR, Prepr.
,- NEAK THE LEON HOTEL.
S[c Txoni" LIVERIY, FEED and SALE.
SAFE TEAMS FORK LADIES TO DRIVE.
Experienced and Reliable Drivers for all Teams.
Hunting Teams el Spelafty.
C rrpft t rg"rby Ostenlt Advertilag C., C go
March 27, 1908.
Do you know macaroni
makes a nice light dinner Armour's Animal Fertilizers
for little boys and girls to go
to bed on. Grown folks too .
will find macaroni good to
go to beddpn, if they get make your
good macaroni. To get good
macaroni you must go to a
store that keeps good gro- Bank Account (row.
P. S. Do you know
where we buy our groceries? Manufactured in Jacksonville.
I'll tll you. rts at
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON. _
EES LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
OOMNFORMS TO NATIONAL PURE POOD AND DRUU LAW.
An Improvement over many Cough. Lung and Bronchial Remedlem. because it rids the
system of a cold by eting as a cathartde on the bowel. No opiate. Guarated to give
utistfetion or money refunded. Prepared by PINEULB MEDICIN CO..2 HICAGO. U. S. A.
LL10 ~unL^-J^ -Suo
Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Aithma, Throaf
and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption YvL0oW
.' ** .. -\.
We have a few Second Hand Gas Ranges
SGood 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
S 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
economical as the Gas Range.
Have Set With a Slot Meter,
I VTltages of w ich are tat they save the
ner trouble of going to gas company's
office to sette aftell bills, or to have collector call
at inconvenient times.
The 25 cents at a timn.s 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
With the Improved Slot Device
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 light dimin-
ishes slowly, but will not go out entirely for ten or
Consumer Gets Full Amount Paid For
lhefore light diminishes. Gas used in excess of
this is borrowed from the next 25 cents, worth, con-
9 sImifr receiving just so much less gas.
CAPITAL CITY LIGHT and FUEL CO.
THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
JOan 6. COLLINS, Pnflbk*T.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
In placing this information, pertain-
ing to the 1908 Jewel Cars, before our
friends, we have attempted in the fol-
lowing to illustrate the merits of the
Jewe Cars as briefly and simply as
We have eliminated as much of the
tiresome technical detail as possible,
submitting illustrations of the cars and
parts, which we feel will be a great
deal more readily understood than
pages of puzzling descriptive matter.
Any detail that is not readily under-
stood will be gone into thoroughly upon
receipt of request from interested per-
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL D RUNABOUT
-PRICE $500 WITHOUT TOP.
Engine-Jewel single cylinder, two-
cycle, 10 H. P., 41-mnch bore, 4-inch
stroke. All internal parts turned and
ground. Forged steel crank with large
bearings No valves.
Piston-Three ring type, ground and
lapped to a perfect fit.
Carburetor-Jewel. Our own special
design, giving minimum gasoline con-
Control-Throttle and spark lever on
Cooling- Watei from positive driven
gear pump. Capacity three gallons,
sufficient for 200 miles.
t Transmission Improved planetary
type with single planet and triple posi-
tive clutch which obviates all noise.
Frame-Highest grade pressed cold
rolled steel in one piece.
Steering-Wheel Our own special
SWheels-Artillery type. Guaranteed
second growth hickory.
Tires-Goodyear Standard Clincher
Pneumatics, 28x3 inch.
Axle-Steel 1-beam section. Our
Brakes-Foot brak ~- rear axle,
also transmission braket
Muffler-Jewel. Veryquiet; our new
Bearings-Government Monitor Bab-
bit and Special Phosphor Bronze.
Springs-Three full elliptic; three
Oiling-Full automatic. Using com-
pression system from engine.
Body-Piano box, 28x62 inch.
Speed-Four to 30 miles per hour;
two speeds forward and reves.
Color-Black body, Brewstr Green
Wheel Base-Sixty-eight inches.
Gasoline-Five gallons; sufficient for
Drive-Nickle steel roller chain.
Direct drive from engine to axle.
Equipment- Square oil lamps, horn
THE JEWEL ENGINE.
Internal combustion engines have not
grown so common that the average
man knows the difference between a
two-cytle and a four-cycle gasollae mo-
tor. If the terms two-stroke and four-
stroke were used instead of two-cycle
and four-cycle, the sense might be
clearer to the lay mind.
A four-cycle engine requires four
piston strokes for each impulse. Two
outward ad two inward movements of
the pistol. It follows, there that
one outward stroke has pow behind
it while the other has none.
This latter, o idle stroke," is a neces-
sity in four-cycle construction, because
it plays an important i ling the
o re1sion chamber with the explosive
mixtu and getting rid of the burnt
gase after the explosion.
Of course, taking the id stroke into
count, it's much like trying to drive
a nail, and missing the aw every other
It is another drawback of the four-
cycle motor, that the nlzture must be
introduced through valves on one side
of the cylinder, and the burnt gases
ejected through other valves on the
ether side. These valves, sad the mec-
hanaism that operates them, make from
i. teen to twenty small outer parts
whh must act with absolute certainty
at an adjustment measured by hun-
dredth partsof seconds. Cose work,
you wii samy. Can such manhanism be
depended upon ? Unfortmately the
answer must be in the negative. And
if every valve, every eam, every lever,
and every other so-called "minor part"
is not in perfect tuea ad perfeet con-
ditio the deficene as power on each
ta os. You see, dom't you, that it is
a mistake to call these 'minor parts"
The story tde Jewel two-cycle is as
oil 16- 1ea is long. It Is a
yshb~rl 1 -it h-en't so much as a
check valve-and every outward stroke Our State Machias.
of its piston carries power. More than When the State of Floridal
that, there is not one outer part on its its laws a provision that liay
Just lncylinder. as there gasoline could not succeed himself wisely.
Just as lon as there is gasoline in It was realized that an pulous
the tank. an you have a fat, hot spark governor might perpetuate himself in
to fire the mixture, the owner of the ofvee by using his appntees and de
Jewel has the smoothest running motor office by uing hs a te and d-
in the world, and one capable of 1,5Wopendents as political-henchmen. With
Sthe world, and open ecapableof 1500 the State's money he is empowered to
revolutions per minute. And for every send men into every county, and clothed
revolution.mind ytouthere is an impulse with a certain amount of power they
-and that's what counts in any sort of cn witel a influence over ot
can wield a t influence over politic-
It is claimed, and with perfect truth, nherovinohas prevented theigov-
that there is no other car whose upkeep e
s so economical as that of the Jew ernor from using the state employee for
is so economic as th atrou at aewe histe-election, but it has developed in
It has been run the .cr round at a cost
not exceeding threat rthr on a ca t the present campaign that he is not pre-
nper mile for t o while vented from using them to elect his sat-
carefuliy M ted data from Jewel ellites to office.
carefully "h thead from Jewel Governor Broward is today in control
owners that the averagecost per of a big political machine, and is using
month frV409 repairs does not exceed it with brazen effontery to control the
two dollars. election for his allies.
TIk to a man who owns a four-cycle Itis no longer a secret that the State
aend ask him what one charge ap- Bank Examiners, convict lease inspect-
oftenest in his garage hills. It's or ure food inspectors, and other
twenty to one that he will tell you that rain pure f offd inspectorscials are allnd othelec
it is time for adjustments. From a eering for Stockton. (What a help it
half to an hour, almost daily, the items would have been, had the State gone
appear, and there is no d(ixging ofu, into the insurance business, with a corps
them. The only sure thing about of agents in each county.)
valves i., that they will wear out. The The candidates who are opposing the
only certainty about their minor friends of the governor are badly handi-
parts" is th t they are trouble-makers capped The State treasury is at the
that cannot e dispensed with if you bac of the machine, and it may be lax
own a four-cycle car. or vigilant in enforcing the law.
In all seriousness, then, what is the And strange it is, the men who are
use .? What good reasons can there be using and are being benefitted by the
for buying parts that are expense- State machine are the howlers against
makers, pure and simple? It has, corporations, while robbing the people
grown to be an axiom that the real ex- of their right to select the officials they
pense of the average car comes from its are distracting attention by shouting
maintenance charges, and not from its against the abuses of the corporations.
first cost. The owner may not realize The voters are getting their eyes
when he orders adjustments that he at opened and if we read the signs aright
once starts a time account with an ex- the machine with all of its power will
pensive artisan, but he will soon dis- be swept out of existence.-Key West
cover that intense heat, endless percus- Citizez.
ion and corroding mixtures play the Ciz.
mischiet-at his expense-with the very For Sale I
best valves that can be made.
The moral is obvious, isn't it ? You One good family horse, for saddle or
want a valveless Jewel. buggy. Not a sacrifice, a bargain.
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.
The Jewel Car is a marvel of com-
pactness, so that its fine lines are not
obscured by mechanical parts. In fact,
it comes nearer the ideal conception of
a gentleman's horseless carriage than
any car that has yet been produced. It
eap be safely operated by any member
of the family who can be entrusted with
the horse's reins.
Recognizing that it has been neces-
sary to produce an automobile that the
average person could afford to purchase
and maintain and one that will take the
place of the horse and carriage, our
efforts have been directed along those
Keeping before us the fact that the
average person has little mechanical
knowledge, we have designed a car that
will meet that person's requirements.
In every essential that makes for
Jewel superiority, we are entitled to
credit, beca se everyone is our own.
We are pioneers in the development of
the two-cycle motor as applied to auto-
mobiles, and we know, from a wide ex-
perience with other cars, that without
sacrificing efficiency, we have the sim-
plest engine in the world and one that
is the easiest to control.
The Jewel Runabout weighs but 900
pounds and the Stanhope 1,000 pounds.
Repeated tests for endurance and relia-
bility have convinced us that the Jewel's
engine, all things considered, is precisely
right for the work it must do.
The simple, graceful lines of the
Jewel Car naturally prompt a compari-
son between it and the better types of
electric cars. In every essential, how-
ever, the marked superiority of the
Jewel is clearly manifest. With equal
beauty of models, the Jewel motive
force is so much superior to that of any
electric yet produced, that very little
argument is needed.
There is absolutely no comparison be-
tween the limited radius of the best
electric and the virtually unlimited
scope of a gasoline car. The Jewel,
moreover, is a practical roadster and is
by no means merely a pleasure vehicle
for city pavements.
We invite comparison between the
Jewel and any other car selling at any-
where near the same price.
We warrant all goods furnished by us
for one year following the date of their
shipment, based upon the date of in-
voice covering the goods, this warranty
being limited to the replacement in our
factory of all parts giving out under
normal service in consequence of defect
of material or of workmanship.
If the circumstances do not permit
that the work shall be executed in our
factory, this warrant is limited to the
shipment. without charge, of the parts
intended to replace those acknowledged
to be defective.
It is, however, understood that we
make no warranty whatever regarding
the pneumatic tires or the batteries.
We cannot accept any responsibility
in connection with any of our motor
cars when they have been altered or
repaired outside of our factory.
We wish it distinctly understood that
we make no warrant of our goods ex-
cept as stated above, but desire and ex-
pect that customers shall make a thor-
ough w mination of our goods before
Transportation on all parts sent to
the factory for examination or replace-
ment most be prepaid.
THE Folmu CITY MoToR CAR Co..
Massaillo, Ohio, U. S. A.
All persons desiring to see the ma-
chine dsAmomstated or full particulars
are invited to call on ,
J. G. HmiuN,
DeWitt's Little Early Rise, the fa-
mous ltUte liver pills. Sold by all
3-t H. RANDOLPH.
No M 1et loss of stegth. msarvo
ses, hwadAah p oootlpeton. bed breta,
penoral debility, sour rungs, sad catant
of the stomah re all due laigestoa,
Kodol mlevee Iqdltlos. This new dioem,
ory present t el ahmls J o f dig4
tion as hey exst In a healthy temaob
oomblned with to grmahest kanew tonid
and reconstruetlw property. Kodol lee
dys p a does Mt only nlleve IndMlpio
Ond dyspopsa but this famous nmMM
SblI all stomach troubles by eeamani
y ng, mlidn and .trath.a
dth mucous membranes Mining the tomato.
Mr. S. & Pb. ..mmssW. Va..mw-
"I a- so &w w -
FOR GAO@KAONS-WEAK KIDNIYO
*WIMT KIMM1nsid LMU PILLS-ebm smlf
poopm wbvL o-rI O.. Ohis
For sale by all druggist.
Jeff. D. Ferrell,
WHEEL WHRIGT andBLAGKSMIIHJ
General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience .
FA portion of the public
patronage is solicited
and satisfaction guaran.
r .4lu so or
Invenko to probablypt MBiJ& o* cli== -
Pfnte tek< tBt, Mnn m>umm nr to
l A Ol d* a
A haudmomeutly t.h wk
Irw fourImonte. M byovomm w y.
Cream VeSt tu
VMuI e-_-_--- J. .. .V
BaI*d-Sdmw Lbia t Ce.
*T. b o rS m .
For sale by Huad-Sath Dru Co.
For wadac Dr. miles* AstFrt il P".
ALL MACHINES ALL COLORS
Write for Prices and Terms'on New
and Second-Hand Machines.
Davis & Co.,
A sore "throdt is a
bu tyou don't need to
l ie a sock around
...... ^...i.. lt .. a 1
yourP in w \cUF I'
will cure that throat In short order.
Ballard' Sow Llaimenmt penetrates the po, pm
ing free circulation, giving the musoles more elatity.
/T...,, tRHUMATAISM. Cs, ,SPRAINS BRMWS
URES WOUNDS. OLD SORAS, STrP JOIf'S
C BURNS AND ALL PAN&
OAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
Henry Stone, Pro, Utah. writes: "I have used BaMdn's
Snow 3dmenl for ealgia, Tooth-Mbe and Sore Throat,
which upon applction gve me instant relet. I can recom
mend it m beng the bea lment I have ever ed la OeainU
pain otUsed from Neuralgia, eto."
PRIC 25c, s c AND $1.00
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
900M. North Second StrMt,
ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI
Sold and Recommended by
SOL AD AIt RCOMMNDD BYIARDFJ U GO
oo D- liolls]
&AM 13PIMOAL TMRS.
' ISubscribe to your home newspaper.
r Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dentist, office
s A tainr, next to telegraph office
S'Phone No. 267. 23-tf
Mrs. J. C. Guerry is visiting her pa
emts at Palatka again.
V spes errice will be held at the Co
sge Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
Mr. Frank Keen and wife are no
toeely situated at the Bloxham.
Mr. W. H. Hopkins added his ar
02:aeement for County Commissione
to the list this week.
Hon. E. C. Smith was in the cit
this morning and made us a pleasai
Our good old friend. Mr. George N
Footman was in the city Wednesday
and made us his usual visit, advancing
Mr. P. T. Strickland was among ou
pleasant visitors Wednesday, who, ad
vanced his subscription.
Mrs Bethel, of Key West, will arrive
today on a visit to her son, Mr. H. L
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne and wife
were guests for a few days this.week o
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bethel, on Nortl
At 8 o'clock tonight, go to Levy Broi
Store an& see the out-door St. Loui
and World's Fair views and moving pic
ture show. It is free and interesting.
FOR SALE.-Piano, in use 18 months
coet $26n0.00; will sell for $175.00; appli
this office. 6-1t
Judge James Beggs, of Orlando, ha
been in the city for a few days visit
the guest of Mrs. R. A. Shine. H
came up to escort his wife home, and
they left for Orlando on Tuesday.
Hon. John H. Patterson and his little
daughter were in the city yesterday
and made the True Democrat a visit
Mr. P. advancing his subscription to the
Mr. D. R. Johnson and little son, o
Bradfordville, were in the city thi
morning and made us a pleasant visit
Mr. Johnson advancing his subscription
Col. Raymond Cay, Mrs. Cay McCall
and Miss Claire Stringfellow spent yes
terday at St. Augustine, having a de
lightful time.-Times-Union, 2d.
LOST!-"Kappa Delta" Pin, set with
pearls; between market and college on
Jefferson street. Finder will return
sa5e to T. B. Byrd & Company's store
4 receive reward.
nnember the great free out-door en
rtainment of St. Louis and World's
Hir views, and comic moving pictures
front of Levy Bros. Store tonight, at
ock. It will be a treat. Don't
Hon. W. H. Ellis has bought the res
_dence until recently owned by Mr. C
G. Myers, on Clinton street. This
beautiful place is one of the old homes
of Tallahassee. and is one of the most
desirable in the city.
Gilmore & Davis have nearly comr
pleted the new residence they are
building for Mr. Hayward Randolph
also have made rapid progress on the
handsome brick business block they are
erecting on Adams street for Mr. J. W
Hons. Frank Duval and Meredith
Braswell were up from St. Marks visit-
ing their Tallahasse friends, Monday
and Tuesday. They expect to visit pop-
ular Panacea Springs for a few daya
Rev. J. B. Pruitt and wife returned
home Wednesday. Mr. Pruitt will fill
MS pulpit next Sunday morning and
t=nng. The hour for the young peo.
pies services will be 7 o'clock, and the
nmght services, bv the .pastor, at 8
FOR RENT-Farm, two miles from
Tallahasee, 60 acres; 50 acres cleared,
10 acres wood; good five-room house:
etc., god well and spring; beau-
uy situated. Will sell furniture,
barn, buggy and cows cheap if you de-
?fhuetoepc oha c. Address at once, A.
B. F., true Democrat. 4
Among the announcements in the Sun
today will be found that of Syd L. Car-
ter, who aupires to re-election as a
member of the Lower House. Judge
Carter, who is eoe of the ablest lawyers
and most forceful speakers in the state,
s ered his constituents well last term,
Land will no doubt receive a good sup-
Pr during the coming campaign.-
Mr. P. L. Botwriht, su rvisor of
roads in hid has doing
some good work on t roads near the
Seaboard depot this week. With t
oesmty's six mules to the road bu i
maMn ., our roads are fast being
'I good shape Let the good work go
Col. W. D. Loomis and wife and Mr.
nd Miss Gittin, who have been win-
'fre here at th Leon, left last Mpn-
their respective homes. The
family are cqnidered among us
* l Talahmans coming to send their
here urlr, and CoL Loomis
M if;n .v ala ble Leon county
Chas. Hopidn and J.I L.
wres amag ihie Talha eq
yetday ad report life
as the farm nd proepectr
Ser op. Mr. h der had to
l dfrenently, fowfng to
.w" thte disease
MW- oing the dog family. Mr.
ab e advanced n I bswrpties
You Are Cordially Invited to Inspect our Elegant Line
o0 Spring Clothing.
LUE SERGE SUITS
Cut in the season's Best Models.
Single or Double breasted.
Qualities of true merit.
Prices range from $10 to $16.50
Gray sad Browa Suits
Fashioned in the correct Stylea Single
or Double Breasted. Smart Spring pat-
terns. Form fitting construction. Prices
range from $6. to $16.50.
Peg Top Trousers
Prices range from $2 to $6.
Everything in Men's Wear in a wide
range of styles and prices.
Value giving is a fundamental, every-
day practice with us.
The store that gives The Money's Worth in Every purchase.
Death of Mr. Hardy Croom.
; After an illness of four years, Mr. Amony our pleasant visitors during
e Hardy Church Croom died in Denver, the week were Hons. Park Trammell, NC
Colorado, Saturday, March 28th. His candidate for attorney-general, Jeffer- DEMOCRATIC PRIMART ELECTION of c
f body, accompanied by Mrs. Croom and, son B. Browne, candidate for governor, count
s their little son Hardy, reached this city ; W. K. Jackson, candidate for railroad Called for the Purpose oNoalnat- high
* Wednesday, and was laid to rest in the commissioner, and Jefferson M. Lamar, ity
* family lot in St. John's Cemetery, Wed- who is canvassing in the interests of an a Conrssman for the Thir da
, nesday afternoon. Hon. W. B. Lamar's candidacy for U. S. Congressional District ot foll
- The funeral was conducted from St. Senate. All seem hopeful, and report Florida one-
- John's Church. at four o'clock, by Rev. prospects the brightest in their inter- a.I bu
Dr. Niles, and was attended by a large est. I a
h concourse of friends of the family. suga
n The casket was completely covered This is what lion. Jake Moore, State By order of the Democratic Committee of the grin,
n with beautiful flowers, fragrant expres- Warden of Georgia. says of Kodol For Third Congressional District of Florida, assem-
ions of loving sympathy for the be- I )Ysepsia: "E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Chi. bled at Tallahabee on the luth inst.. a Primary Ad
Sions of Eoving sympathy for the be. ppa. election is hereby called to be held at the several C
reaved family. cago, Ill.-Dear Sirs-I have suffered precincts in all the counties comprising said Dis-
During the service, the choir sang more than twenty years from indlges- trict on the 19th dayof May. l0W, for the purpose
S"Lead Kindly Light, Abide With Me, tion. About eighteen months ago Iof nominatintr aCongremantd foratsaid Congre-mary
and One Sweetly Solemn Thought." had grown so much worse that I could Election. Said nominee begin required to receive
The pall-bearers were: D. B. Meginness, not digest a crust of corn bread and a majority of all the votesca. 1
C. B. Parkhill, G. E. Lewis, C. A-.lin- could not retain anything on my stom- mIt wa murthe ordered that said Executive Corn-
ley, S. W. Clarke, Edwin Barnes, D. A. ach. I lost 25 pounds; in fact, I made 26th day of May, 190I, for the purpose of canvass-
Simmons, and C. B. Gwynn. up my mind that I could not live but a ins said returns and declaring the results. I
it is further ordered that this notice shall be
Hardy Chtbrch Croom was the young- short time, when a friend of mine rec. published In a newspaper, f therebe one, in beah
o er son of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Church! ommended Kodol. I consented to try of the several counties, and the Chairman of the
s Croom. He was born in Jefferson coun- It to please him, and I was better in DemocrSatc Committee of each county is empow-
ty, October 3, 1881, but lived from his one day. I now weigh more than I hal to deisataSsd n aetn
Sinfancy until manhood in Hernando ever did in my life and am in better dollars to be paid by said Congraeskonal Commit-
county. He was educated at Lake City health than for many years. Kodol tee out of the contingent fund arising from the
and entered the railroad service at did it. I keep a bottle constantly, and, tirherorder atat of five
Brooksville at an early age. He was write this hoping that humanity will be percent. be and thesame is herew made of the
; married October 23, 1901, to Miss Sarah benefited. Yours very truly. Jake C. annuasalary of theoffice on all candidate who
9 Bell, daughter of the lateJoseph B. Bell, Moore, Atlanta, Aug. 10, 1904." Sold by, ballot, s is red tobe paid
e of Ocala, Fla., who has been his devoted all druggists. to the Chairman of said Exeave Committee not
companion and nurse during his illness. later than the alaeteenth (19th) day of April, 190,.
In 1901, Mr. Croom came to Tallahas- Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Malcolm Poage fln Coi and Excy u bev Cd ittee i
see, to take a position under his father, have issued cards to the marriage of further order to pay the incidental expenses of
in the Comptroller's office, the next year their daughter, Ida May, to Mr. Duval conducting aid election, reservin as much of
he resigned this position and established Mayhew Smith, of Tampa, at 6:30 ai daraing by reason ofsrd ase m sment,
Himself in business at Carrabelle, from clock, April 11th. Miss Posge's many I of conductina second primary such pri-
which he was forced within a year to Tallahassee friends wish for her and her mary be necesary.
retire on account of impaired health, husband-elect much happiness in their t isfrt dered tha tthe Charman the
Since that time Mr. and Mrs. Croom new life. here required tournish a list of the several
have spent their time in Denver and Mr. Wm. H. Anderson, M. D., of Soda precincts each county not later than the first
Asheville, in the vain hope that those Springs, Ida., says that Bees Laxative 'frou e met of the cadidatsbeprorated
climates would restore his health. They Cough Syrup has relieved coughs and I by said committee accordingly.
returned to Florida last winter, but find colds where all other remedies failed. The State Democratic Executive Committee i,
ing his strength failing rapidly they Its gentle laxative effects especially rec. g.p.et ueted toct jointly in carrying
went to El Paso, Texas, where they re- ommend it for children. It Is pleasant This the tenth day of March. 190s.
gained several weeks, going from there to take. For coughs, colds, hoarness, I By order of the Committee.
to Denver, where his death occurred, whooping-cough. Money refunded Ifi NAT WIONa. SSer EELt Chain.e
Mr. Croom was a young man of more not satisfied. Sold by R. W. Cobb ,try
than usual ability and promise, and his Drug Co. In the County Jud e's Court, Leon H
bligh illness and death have brought The "New Bloxham" is in. the hands .rL County, oridL .. you
ng his long illness he made a brave eret Is determined that the hot.l. othe peona interated is the above eaaa U0.n
fight for his life and bore his disappoint- a.ll e .t. the .es ^f lta nua t o appear to td above tt
ments and suffers with manly cour- os tel eso, s ,he aret obth geniMal ctSoh. ias.t thacourt iouf t in tsllas e t H
to develop what was ftne and strofngn -ras whdy tnhe e e n h -d sM not This April 2.4 1.. Of O
his nature, and while his body grew bea a htsdess .Ne. h. lathe hotint In the above ca. up i
weaker, his character became stronger abe a s Pr e Rocem osw Paisnut d toh above me e.
and more beautiful. Dead at the e e ManZan Pile Remedy comes ready to aO RCOUrn SALle
of twenty-seven, he will live long in t use, put up n a collapsible tube with L and
hearts ofthose who loved him tenderly, noszle attached. One application proves NDR AND BY VIRTUE O A DECREE
and who mourn his untimely death. its merit. Soothes and heals, reduces ln- of forsre r d of
_- ------- flammiation and relieves soreaes and a Judal Circuit of Florida in and for th E.
.Myr F. C. Gilmoe mkin thin itching. For all forms of Piles. Price county of Leon in Chaneery. in a certain eause I ai
Maom rwn at the Glmore is making things. Ev 50c. Guaranteed. Sold by R. W. Cobb meviiw therin. whaerin Aarn Ley. Williamn sever
thing that cannot be scrubbed or paint- Co buine under the anm ao tre av I n salv
ad into a state of cleanliness w b Mr. Geo. Greenh^ow will leave at an are re Dpaftm and JI wll al at pub- dllave
take out and renewed. The building early date for the mining region of the li ory t the hi t biddr fr h bor alve
is also being screened to keep out the west and attend the annual meeting of th county court-house door, In the City o Tils- sores
flies, and police regulations will be ri- stockholders of the Consolidated Com- n.a i lon fenear on theMth day of piles,
.Ian.A.D. beteenthe h ruit ou of'e am.
idly enforced. There is no reform n tock Mining Company to represent him- i o'clock p. n.. all that certain p or Mr
the city more needed than in the ad- elf and friends, at which meeting, ar- e of Ind asituate, briar and bal. to the sid
mnistraton of affairs at the city mar. rangement are expected to be made outs wl a mow e sa .
ket, andit is. with genuine pleasure for thee completim of this company's ,ou--" Mr--he-%W ratm--w--s-' K
that we note the determination of the b- tunnel and for the erection o a in Tp. 1S. 2o t heAes rIa 1chaSns, a
ma r and city council that this reform millf nt. thee north 7 caD te w a t 14 hs, ha, and
taken out and renewed.ohebuildinr ly date for te mininthemes south 7 chains, to the p.steotf haginnu. her =
shall be thorough and permanent. One of the large pines on the eampu cotaini and O .acrw. m ire or lesa. Ganr
^^p---l of the college haso en converted into wsac, u t wi LiAsd of wi
President Roosevelt says a 'crows nest" by the class of 1908,' M- sw pens Mtr in Cer. will 1
that outdoor exercise I needed by the yhsavn ia orh built Sou the of at
American people. That's all very well, "t feet from e gred. An nlidiou Dagerhe. Isa
but how can people with rheuaUnsm v wthi e of theseAnis .tS One of the worst features of kidney Vle.
mtelow that advice The tawir io Twy th l a.3. trouble is that it i an Insidious d well
sample- th Ballard' Sn ow nLlalm t t.hlseO. sse ema and before the .,tiet realses. his
ad the rheumatm will S; Ilea1"Ia l be- 'nf t-*- -*, danger he may have a fatal malady. _
y P sd tpry as a eolt. Otye antk w4 es, bytek cla Take noley', KidNey DeM edy at-Oh f H
and per anet r tllef from rhea' m i .. w .. rt sign of trouble as it corrects Irre
unralla lanme beck and anl pease. alaritles and prevents Bright's diveae hk w
Hardee-ath O.. aad diabetes. Sold by all drugglst. *
OgAA^- ^s ^ .M-I-
To All Whom It May Concern.
)TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I. THE
undersigned. u administratrix of the estate
Charles T. Hancock, deceased, late of Leon
nty. Florida. will sell at public outcry to the
est bidder for cash. at the Hancock aaw-mill.
he St. Augustine Road. one mile east of the
of Tallahaee, in said county, on the 14th
of April. A. D. 190I, at 10 o'clock a. m., the
wing described personal property, to-wit:
y mule. 16 cow-. S bull calves. 13 heifers, 2
horne wagons. 1 hay baler. 1 cream separater,
tter worker. 1 butter churn. I two-horse plow.
w-mill, I twenty-horse power engine. 1 fifteen-
e power engine, 1 30-horse power boiler, 1
ar-mill. I corn-mill. I mowing machine, 1 large
d stone, I gasoline engine and 1 oat Power.
SUIAN A. HANCOCK.
ministratrix of the Estate uf Chas. T. Han-
J. F. C. GRIGGS,
[e comes from that section of
r District that has never
wished a Congressman since
rida has been a part of the
e stands for the development
ur country. Wants to build
md not tear down.
e has been doing-will do,
is doing something today.
Suffering and Dollars Saved.
8. Loper, of Marilla, N. Y., says:
m a carpenter and have had many
re cuts healed by Bucklen's Arnica
e. It has av me suffering and
rs. It is by kr the best healing
I have ever Dund." Heals burns,
, ulcers, fv* sore, eczema and
, 26c. at all druggists. *
. W.W. M. Holloway who recently
ided the Woman's Chrstian Tern-
ice Unio convention at Gaines-
has returned homefrom a less-
visit megm old friend andwith
on, Luther, who is a student at
*eville. The young man'; friends,
hom he hs so many in Talkhamee
he glad to learn that he s oken
the Usl ty in terms of ihes
e. Hbis bo proedaad
ds ilanmaoye se, doing
migbought h ^&&-e& City
ard, we to fbpi-
I sppl & SS"@4
'it. ~ ~< 7'
In a large variety of the Most Popular
Styles, representing the Pride of the Tail-
A Great Showing of Buggies for the Spring Buyer.
1 Go where you may, no matter where, and look through the
stocks of leading repositories. You won't find any better, and ten
to one you won't find as good a showing of buggies as this.
1 A varied assortment of styles, perfectly made and beautifully
finished makes the Cay showing of buggies one that should attract
every buggy buyer in Tallahassee and surrounding territory, and
especially attractive are my prices and terms.
Just as great a showing too, is to be found in my harness store, in
fact every department is full to overflowing with the best that
money can buy. Come and let us show you.
J. D. CAY, Tallahassee, Florida.
PAIN IN CHEST
LES ANTI-PAIN Pi LLS-
of the Little Tablets
AND THE PAIN IS GONE..
They Relieve Pain
Quickly, leaving no
Never Sold im Bld
J. W. DEMILLY,
aM Swpor .
Dental Work a Specialty.
J. D. CAY'S STABLES.
Mrs. H. Pope,
W. D. Pratorlas.
Out of toneord erd re
eelvea p pt attestona.
D or Nint.
*J fl "PhMaM. d Ah. *P.de wR.
50 pr c"t of yor S hoe B by hv
A. Ri. S. T wU.N3E
Roparryour Band S-o. Pinrt cla.: Work. 8-teffction guaranteed.
Alo we have in omneotio with my shoe:buineW the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
Zs=, Dyeir ad Presing. First-Clan Workmen do this work. Your old
at nw fr Htte mony. Firstlans Tailor Repairs and Makes Cbthes
tofit. OldPam ataCle aned adMade New. Nofake.
No. 342 CtoalSt.. Td&uOmM;.No. 275.
NEXT DOOR 'TO PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.
A Cup of White mN ew Blae Label
m&e aOd JRav CebW
is what gooe straight to the heart of
*very man at breakfat time, and eery
coe know tAt only good groem kep
good coffee. We tak. sk dal prde
our brands, m tbey ave made our
store famoi. Jtt U good-is tha ea.
fee we .e an $ tes, hfa prieNipl
holds ood do I -t tin a-M- k
We. *asd et e the be' e at od
prodnetb- p we have ,*e e6
eavesd, ow"eitMd by ties.
:14W. OQU M Wluomw.
Harvesting Machinery 0 HiardW.
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