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Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: April 17, 1908
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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TALTAARARSORE, FLOAPAS


FRIDAY,


APRIL 17, 1908.


NO. 8.


Good Government; Honesty in Public Officeal Justice


to All--Special Privileges to None.


VI


IIAKS IN TAMPA.

Was 6eete b Large Gathering

The Tampa Times-Union's corres-
Spondent, wrote of General A. W. Gil-
chri t, candidate for governor, visit to
that city on the 10th as follows:
A large crowd assembled last night
at the hall of the Hillsborough Demo-
erat e club, in the Hardee block, to lis-
ten to an addressby General Albert W.
Gilchrist, candidate for governor. The
General was enfhuosistically received,
his entrance to the hall shortly after
8 o'clock occasioning prolonged cheer-
ing. He was introduced by Col. Those.
M. Wier of this city and made a plain,
straightforward talk of more than a
hour in length giving his platform and
principles. He declared in opening his
speech that, though many had the im-
pression that a man to be a successful
condidete for governor must be an ora-
tor, this he desired to show is not so,
though no orator he proposed to be the
next governor of Florida. There are
three kinds of governors, said the
speaker. One is governor, the other is
the ex-governor, and the third is the
next governor, which he proposed to be
if the people will give him their votes.
He said that when he entered the
race for the governorship he was told
that unless he ran on the prohibition
ticket he would never get to Tallahas-
see as governor of the state, and was
told that of forty-five counties of Flori-
da, thirty-six were dry, and his reply
was that article 19, of the state consti-
tution, provides for local option, and he
favors the law as it is. The qualified
electors, and not the governor, said the
general, approve or veto constitutional
amendments, and he is willing to let
the people arrange'their own affairs.
Continuing, he said:
"I do not want to appeal to the pas-
sions or prejudices of men. When I
went into this campaign I made up my
mind that I would not array masses
against classes, or vice versa. There
are two kinds of men, the natural man
Sad the artificial man. The artificial
/ man is the corporation, the natural
man is the laboring man. Both are es-
settlal to the public welfare. The cor-
poratre. cannot do without the people,
neither can the people do without the
corporations. Nether should be al-
lowed to oppress the other. Capital is
organized. Labor should organize."
He declared that too many people are
ready to abuse capital simply because it
is popular to do so. He related an in-
cident, which occurred recently in his
campaigning, in which some one de-
clared that the corporations were with
him, and he replied, well, I am glad of
it. I want everybody to be with me
and if they will I wil be governor, and
will surely protect the mterests of the
State, and the rightful interests of all
classes of its citizens. "I do not" said
the speaker, favor the oppressions of
corporations or the granting of special
privlkge to them, nor would I tolerate
the oppressions of labor, or the grant-
ing of unfair privileges to any class.
WAS NOT URGED TO RUN.
Gen. Gilchrist declared that he had
not been urged to run for governor, but
entered the race for the office because
be wanted to have the honor of being
the chief executive of the great state
of Florida, and if elected promised to
give the people a clean, fearless and
busineeslike administration, bowing to
the will of the poor u readily ares to
that of the rich, and all men shall be
equal.
Gen. Gilchrist's talk was received
with much favor by the large crowd
present and it waU conceded on all sides
that his plain, outspoken address gain-
ed him many friends.
His greeting at the court house quare
titute pupi, a briefly noted in ye-
terday's Times-Union, wau a most en-
thuastIc and happy one. The school
children came from College Hill in elec-
tric cars, decorated with hnge banners
exedirtheir entire length, bearig
worde Glerist Intitute." Eac
fl o tlitwo dled or more car-
minatare Ameruan flags, and at
the head was a graceful young lady
pupil moa approriately costumed as
the GoddeMs oiberty.


The children were cordially greeted
by the neral as they were lined upon
court hoe square sad, after going
a very well executed flag dri,
to the band stand, from which
a. Gilabrist delivered a talk al
It an edaeeatleas topiesft saylaff ina t
ci B% bad a ta occasion he
the of makig a
Mil pe e wa moast notably
fa yve~mby etfanlhen,' ask. a-
me~mtestkiondm-1the
iam t a WaeaM psmk a pouit-
rneeseb a he IL OOdbee@orI


5053MG UP.


Reactoesn rM Draeaaess Wors
Than Drsmeaess.
In the April American Magazine
"The Interpreter" delivers himself of
a tremendowely interesting temperance
talk. He says, in part :
"It is not n drunkenness itself and
alone that I find my chief objection to
the use of alcohol-although the sight of
a reeling, sodden creature in the street.
or of a man of more control or habitu-
ated to les poisonous drink distorted
into a mental shape unbelievable--re-
fined become coarse, witty become com-
mon place, alert become sleepy, gener-
ous Sbecome suspicious, gentle become
combatative, boasting, cruel, defiant,
foolishly lustful, absurdly proud, ego-
tistical, jealous, alternating between a
disgusting gayety and a maudlin melan-
choly, unsteady, vacant, resentful and
dangerous-is enough to make any
thoughtful man resolve never again to
'take a drink.' But drink is not al-
ways at its worst when its apparent
sway is most complete. The crimes of
alcoholism, violent explosions of alcohol
mania sometimes murderous in charac-
ter, are put down in the records. But
no one has reported the crimes against
the world indirectly resulting from al-
cohol. It is by the terrors of its indi-
rect results that the alcoholic is driven
back to the dangers of its direct re-
sults.
"But alcoholic poisoning has not run
its course even wtth thestrongest when
its first inflammation has subsided.
How often have I seen men upon whom
great interests depended hesitate from
a sheer, unnatural fear of themselves
and their powers, to venture on the
business of the day before stimulating
their degraded nerves anew. They
were afraid to sign their own names to
papers or checks, to meet their subor-
dinates, to consult with their equals.
Their purposes, so bold the night be-
fore, shivered and disappeared in the
dawn of the morning after. Their cour-
age was turned into humidity ; their
minds were filled with apprehensions of
danger, all their symptoms simulated
acute nervous prostration. They were
capable only of meannesses and treach-
eries that fears beset. They dared not
nature. They were distrustful of the
w irld and of themselves.
"Can any one tell me that a judge
who has set up all night revelling is
fitted properly to administer justice in
the morning-that he is not either tim-
id careless, nervous, apprehensive,
afraid to carry out the functions of his
office, or, if rhe drink persists in him,
violently prejudiced, irritable and op-
pressive ?
"One Touch of .Nature Makes the
Whole World Kin."
When a rooster finds a big fat worm
be calls all the hens in the farm yard
to come and share it. A similar trait
of human nature is to be observed
when a man discovers something 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 also use it
and obtain relief. Behind every one
of these letters is a warm-hearted
wish of the writer to be of use to some-
one else.
This remedy is for sale by Tallahassee
Drug Co. $_
It Was Satisfactery.
Messrs. Albert W. Gilchrist and Jeff-
erson B. Browne, candidates for gov-
ernor, are promising the people, in their
speeches over the state, that if they
are elected they will as governor re-
spect the wishes and recommendations
of the county committees in appoint-
ments to vacancies that may occur in
the county offices during their term of
office. This is a right that has been de-
nied the people by the two last adminis-
trations. Bloxham, Perry, Mitchell
and Fleming, during their term of
office, respected this right of the people
in having a say in the selection of their
public servants, and it always gave sat-
isfaction, and the people everywhere
are well pleased over this emphatic
declaration of Messrs. Browne and Gil-
ebrist that they would respect the wish-
ea of the people in filling vacancies oc-
earrin in the county offices.-Volusia

There are only two candidate out
yet for the State cabinet offiees, ex-
ceptin of o e, the present incumb-
eni. It takes a year's salary to make
the race for the ofes under our


primary system of select candidates,
and incumbet have a decided advant-
age.- Volusia Record.

school chirem, who ended it in each in-
stance with:
"Gilebrist! GlebrietI
"Rahl rah! rah!
"Vote for him for geoerfor!"
Ge. L krit wiN ael here ntno


TBERK ?A rElM' STOs IN HIRE'S
Tan.m&r


These Three, jrhdee-Slth Co.
Helmes DSe de R. W. Cobb
Dreg Ce.,
Signed the following agreement:
"We, the undersigned druggists, do
hereby agree to alee our drug stores
at one o'clock Sundays, beginning Sun-
day, April 19th, to remain closed until
Monday, the following day."
When approached by a committee of
one, The Tallahasee Drug Co. and the
Capital City Pharmacy refused to sign
the agreement above. We appeal to
the good citizens of Tallahassee, and
would like to have some comments from
them on same.
(Signed R. W. COBB DRUG Co.,
R. W. Cobb, Manager.
HOLMES DRUG Co.,
J. E. McNair, Manager.
HARDEB-SUITH Co ,
8-1t F. A. Hardee, Manager.
Treasurer's Report.
The monthly report of Hon. W. V.
Knott, State Treasurer, filed with the
Governor, shows balance in the Treas-
ury to the credit of the several State
and educational funds at the close of
business February 29, 1908, as follows:
General Revenue Fund.. $ 74,265.29
One Mill School Fund. 29,213.02
Pension Tax Fund--..- 151,753.76
State Board of Health Fund. 93,173.42
Principal of School Fund
(uninvested)... -------650.78
Interest of School Fund. 1,399.54
Principal of Seminary Fund
uninvestedd) ..- ------ 244.76
Hire of State Convicts Fund 51,187.90
Drainage Tax Fund......--------. 4,571.06
Indian War Claims Fund.. 25,000.00
Agricultural College Fund 371.26
Interest of Seminary Fund.. 451.40
White College Mrrill Fund- 4,854.42
Colored College Morrill Fund 5,578.90
Hatch Experiment Station
Fund. ---.- ...- ---- 637.78
Adams Experiment Station
Fund-..--------..--------- 475.96
Experiment Station Inciden-
tal Fund..--..............-------- 333.01
Florida Female College Inci-
dental Fund ...... -...--------.. 2,440.29
Blind, Deaf & Dumb Inci-
dental Fund----...........-------... 228.92
Colored Normal School Con-
tingent Fund.......-...... 1.84
University of Florida Inci-
dental Fund.. ..... 15.96
Proceeds of Coll':gR.lroperty
Fund-----------.... -- 425
Total.- .. ---.$446,858.52
"Nere Forensic Tham Tre."
But beyond question the Governor is
a strong man with the Democracy of
Florida, and he has a following in all
parts of the State that will stand by him
for Senator as resolutely as they have
stayed with him during his executive
career. He is able and diplomatic ;
knows how to make friends and how to
hold them, and the distinguished gentle-
men who are opposed to him for the
office as well understand that the new
entry is a formidable one and that they
have need for increased vigor and vigi-
lance now that Broward is in the sad-
dle, booted and spurred and animated
by the largest ambition of his life.-
* Pensacola Journal.
The above is rather more forensic
than true. We are inclined to the opin-
ion that Governor Broward has the fac-
ulty of breaking rather than cementing
friendships. He aod Mr. Stockton have
come to the "parting of the ways."
He has alienated the love of Editor
Stoneman, of the Miami News-Record,
and has ruffled the ire of' Editor Wil-
liamson, of the Jacksonville Floridian.
Editor Matthews, of the Polk County
Record, a strong friend of the Gover-
nor, flatly proclaims that he cannot
support him for United States Senator.
There is a general feeling stealing
over the average voter that the Gover-
nor's love of the people means a soft
place for himself.
Oh, for the time when men will lpve
the people without the hope of reward!
Wheu the love of the people does not
mean the love of office !- Ocala Ban-
ner.
A Knoeker
is a man who can't see good nto any
person or thing. It's a habit caused by
a disordered liver. If you find that
you are beginning to saee things through
blue spectacles. treat your liver to a
good elesalngout prooees with Ballard's
Herblae. A sure cure for constlpation,
dyspepels, IndigestiUom, sick headache,
billousness, all liver, stomach and


bowel troubles. HardeeSmith Co. *
Yeas back Mr. Broward and his fac-
timo elabmed that a beaker had no busi-
ness hsbgC a pubbH efft*, especially
nat mlnal one ad thief was used by
their against eaZ rTallaferro when
he ws running for re-election four
e a It Is diferent with
ew w ith Mr. Broward,
as Mr. MNhe d Goveror ha
*mlad-Ls Usemator, is a
rE;eMtaker oalEmn.-Volila Ree-


A WAT TO SAV DOCTOR


Physicians Give Free Advice by
Which Parents May Praft.
It's a llg Eeneral interest just
now edition can be
ot into sIe the bene-
fits of the summer Especially
is this true of the children. They have
become run down by a wlhar of un-
natural manner of living beamse of ill-
considered food and much time spent
indoors. Spring comes with Its al-
shine, its fresh vegetables and all else
invigorating, but the children are in no
condition to receive nature's remedies.
Many parents call in the family physi-
cian. Many other parents take advan-
tage ot what the physician told them
when he was first called in consulta-
tion. All good family physicians say :
"Give the children Castoria." Healthy
parents know this remedy of old, for
they took it themselves as children. It
was more than thirty years ago that
Castoria made a place for itself in the
household. It bore the signature of
Charles H. Fletcher then, as it does to-
day. The signature is its guarantee,
which is accepted in thousands of home
where there are children.
Much is printed nowadays about big
families. Dr. William J. McCrann, of
Omaha, Neb., is the father of one of
these much-read-ahout families. Here
is what he says :
"As the father of thirteen children I
certainly know something about your
great medicine, and aside from my own
family experience I have, in my years
of practice, found Castoria a popular
and efficient remedy in almost every
home."
Charles H. Fletcher has received
hundreds of letters from prominent
physicians who have the same esteem
for Castoria that Dr. McCrann has.
Not only do these physicians say they
use Castoria in their own families, but
they prescribe it for their patients.
First of all it is a vegetable prepara-
tion which assimilates the food and
regulates the stomach and bowels. Af-
ter eating comes sleeping, and Castoria
looks out for that too. It allays fever-
ishness and prevents loss of sleep, and
this absolutely without the use of
opium, morphine or other baneful nar-
cotic.
Medical journals are reluctant to dis-
cuss proprietary medicines. Hall's
Journal of Health, however, says:
"Our duty is to expose danger and re-
cord the means for advancing health.
The day for poisoning innocent children
through greed or ignorance ought to
end. To our knowledge Castoria is a
remedy which produces composure and
health by regulating the system, not by
stupefying it, and our readers are en-
titled to the information."
The J.umplng Off Place.
"Consumption had me in its grasp;
and I had 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 taking one dozen bottles I
was a well and happy man again," says
George Moore, of Grimesland, N. C.
As a remedy for coughs and colds and
healer of weak, sore lungs and for pre-
venting pneumonia New Discovery is
supreme. 60c. and $1.00 at all druggists.
Trial bottle free.
Whit Dew Berries.
Last Saturday Mr. J. L. Oliver, of
Wakulla, one of the editor's old-time
and highly valued friends, sent to this
office about a quart of white cultivated
Dew Berries, besides some more of
them on the bush, which were of a nice
flavor and fine berries. The seed in
them were smaller than in the common
dew berry and they were larger. Ac-
cording to our taste they were far su-
perior to the strawberry, and we are
sure they would bring a splendid price
and sell easily on any market It was
a treat, and we return thanks to our
good old friend who thought of us.
The True Democrat was sorry to
learn that Mr. Oliver's health in has old
age is not good, and his hosts of friends
and acquaintances earnestly hope he
will soon regain his health and be his
jolly, genial old self again. May his
sast days te his beet.
Retats tihe Lion's Share.
The platform of T. J. Appleyard,
candidate for Comptroller, which ap-
pears in this issue, is a good one. Es-
pecall so in reference to the remit-
ting of amounts received from redemp.-
tion of tax-sale certificates, as it has
never been satisfactorily explained why
the State has in the past retained asc


an amount in excess to that remitted
to the counties. True. exp'-ntiodou
have been attempted, but we have
never beard of a clerk of the county
being sadtiled with the explanation
made. Ithas been the policy of the
State o ablls i the past to retans the
Mwne share at every dollar remitted to
the State treasury, thereby placing
blame for ay increase in taxation on
the county meinla It s time for a
chane la thie ofoe of Comptro Wand
thee isnot a more effclieot man In the
State for the peation than T. J. Apple-
yard.-Gsaineev&e Su.I


EDUCATIONAL DAY
IN WOMAN'S CLUB

Interesttag Paper by Mrs. Charles
Cay, en Publc School Library.
The Woman's Club held a very inter-
esting "Educational Session" on April
the 8th, at the Leon )Hotel, at which a
large number of the townspeople and
teachers from the various schools were
present. The College for Women was
represented by Miss Nellie Rubel, prin-
cipal of the Kindergarten Department.
Miss Rubel thanked the ladies of the
Club for their interest in kindergarten
work, especially in their generous be-
stowal of a scholarship for the training
of a kindergarten teacher at the Col-
lhe touched upon the emancipated
position occupied by the children of the
present day-of the different mental
attitude now held by the world toward
their needs and requirements, and the
increased thought and time given to
their mental and moral development.
She claimed that the child who had been
trained in the kindergarten possessed
many advantages in his later school
life over the child who had not received
such training. She also spoke at length
upon the differences between the orlri-
nal Froebellian methods and the new
sebool which has grown up in late years,
to which school Miss Rubel belongs.
After Miss Rubel came a short ad-
dress from County Superintendent,
Eppes, in which he declared his great
interest in the cause of education, and
atomised to aid the ladies in every way
u his power to further their work in
the public schools.
Hon. W N. Sheats, principal of the
Leon High School, made a plea for co-
operation between parents and teach-
ers. which was very timely and should
be well heeded. He complimented the
Leon High School upon having a roll of
pupil who are as orderly, as well
equipped, both mentally and morally,
as any he had ever known, and lament-
ed that such pupils should suffer the
lack, not only of all the needed appli-
ances of a modern high school but
should be cooped together in a buidin
so small that one-third of the pupib
have to be housed elsewhere. Profe-
sor Sheats made suggestions as to how
these needs can be supplied, and asked
for the backing of the women in all ef-
forts that shall be made to secure a
new I building.
The tant Principal, Prefessor
Barber, 4 borated what Mr. Sheats
had saiM but the general scholrehp
and ego- eportment of the pupil, and
also e of the immediate necessity
for a er and better school building.
He the necessity of having the
high school pupils taught practical
thu.; At least they should have
enouhi practical knowledge of the sci-
ences and of business to enable them,
on ing the high school, to place
tblllves intelligently for the carry-
lgl* of their life-work. As it is, the
lool is entirely lacking in all applian-
oe necessary to this training.
Prior to these addresses the Secretary
of the Club had read several interest ,
reports of the work accomplished by
Club's committees. Also Mrs.
Cay had read an interesting paper
ing for its subject, "The Public
Library." The able way in which
subject was handled showed that the
author of the esay had a deep appre-
ciation of its vital importance.
The Woman's Club is increasing in
membership and influence, and is doing
good work along many lines.
Object to Strong Medicines.
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed by
physicians for rheumatism. There 15
no need of Internal treatment in any
case of muscular or chronic rheumsa-
tism, and more than nine out of every
ten cases of the disease are of one or
the other of these varletles. When
there is no fever and little (If any)
swelling, you may know that It is only
necessary to apply Chamberlaln'as ial-
meat freely to get quick relief. Try It
For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. *
Applari, Be'll .
That Hon. Thomas J. Appleyard fully
ithe duties of the State
eip in their wilest sope Js-
saown in his announeeme
of h is It may even ha sld
that of voters of Florida will


leamO the first time the importane
of that office nto Its influence on the wel-
fare of the taxpayers. His declaration
Swe must seea system of taaisM
is not obsolete agrees with the
le of many who have s&hd
the prbe to the onerous and a~a
of taxation Florl&
ownes -ad begines -ass ra mO *-
The State board of equahaea po he .
pee is sadly needed, ad asdy
eset boasd he deserlbes. Hs two
po regardto the 10ee01e ta
l withihe W m p"ata -
l present law.
every lb fll ofA
as a he samueernaeht
makes a 8a ONatMe ve
beat.l- UloMn. *

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THE TRUl DEMOCRAT.
jiM %. COLL sb _r.
PUMLU3D VERY FnUDA =
*
f *Steel P en Cadilate Mi."
It 2ist a little journey from the cra-
d to the grave,
Jest a wink of time eternal, jt one
aile ocean wave!
Al me"toles turns the silent, sver.
rating wheel of time-
Himan spAks within its orbit, are
whirn n to its rhyme; .
And the circles that we travel %,a
universal one
An but flashes of the spindles to the
.Great Oblivion !
In the ninite and boundless all-unnum-
, bored year on year,
Who shallU owwhen we, transcendent,
fr a moment liered here?
Who but He who planned the compoe
shall have knowledge when we
whirled,
Jlet a flh of flying spindle, in the cir.
des of the workld?
What shall justify our ego on our evas-
e. ent way,
*Wbn we pause but to consider we ar
atoms of a day ?
-Woman's National Daily.
AGAINST MOVING TE B FLAGS.
3L Lee Camp of Veterms Want
i Sacred Lmlems to Remala
at Talahases..
Following the lead taken by the amp
atTallahasse, R. E. Lee Camp Na f6,
United Confederate Veterans, last ght
resolutions strongly proteu g
the proposition advanced by
certain persons to remove the battle
lo of the Florida Confederate tops
trim Talahassee to St. August
The resoluktios, which are pbshed
i fullawe introduced by fo r Gov-
r Fra P. Femng, a that the
safInet of the veteran, wll.t ex-
ton, is stroagly against suc ation,
s plainly demo nratd
TM propoiton was scored in no un-
esrMln terms. It was pointed out thai
the State Capitol is the only paper
for thee reHles, emblems saWed
iC evetrue Southerner and every
m Foda. Second to the
E' 1- resolution be t adopted
and the motion carried wt-
a di*mtand vote.
camps throughout the Statowe
Section anld the pre of
miiM... wil ho uiu
earrytagtf h Ta
as S Auesem ,.ior Tn
MlO Flrida resim l forage

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"Whereas, information has come to LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITENS. Foley's Orino Laxative Is best for NOTICE-Dr. R. A. Shine will cow
this camp that it is proposed to remove -r-- women and children. Its mild action tinue his father's insurance busta1es. 4
the Confederate bristle la_ from the We added the name of Mr. A. B. Bird and pleasant taste makes It preferable The Street Car Strike at Pensacola
Capitol at Talahasee to the State Ar- to our rowing subcription list Satur- to violent purgatives, such as pills, tab is still on at the hour we go to press,
senal at St. Augu under Chapter day. lets, etc. Cures constipation. but the confermooe is still on for a set-
5670 Acts of 1907; a nd. T^o. m N. Ev Dentist o e Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Strickland have tlement of the differences between the
"Wvbereas, the said act does notspe- Dr. Tt ... E s rts o^f. moved into their new house, near the Street Railway officials and their em-
eifcally mention the sa battle flstars, next to teegrap office home of their father and have begun ployees, and good order prevails.
among the arteles and thin to be ne No. 257. 2t to "keep house. e are sorry to say Mr. M. 8S. Lewis. formerly Cahier of
poslte in the said armor bt uses the Remember a play worth seeing once Mrs. Dr. Strickland is sick, but not the National Exhange Bank of Ches-
enera language 'alB ree ad troph- is worth seemg ag. I And who would seriously, we trust. ter. South Carolina, is now with the
e relain to the militaryhistory of mis seem Muss er s & C ? 8-1t Hon. J. L Thomas was in the city Capital Cl Bank, and will make his
Florda and Florida soldiers .and Dr. Henry E. Palmer was on a visit again yesterday and made this office a home in Tallhaee.
"Whereas, we believe that if the at- to Jacksonville the first of the week and very pleasant visit, advanin his sub- The.announcement Mr. Wm. N.
tention of the legislature had been call- was registered at the Aragon hotel., ncrption. He is one ofthe county Sheats for County Su" t en t of
ed to the fact that. uch g o *y Sperkling with wit and humor! commissioners of Wakulla county, and Schools is added to the Hat this week.
Wae temote the removal of What is? The Collee Play, "Miss is again standing for re-election. Miss Fanny Coles is visiting friends at
said battle ls from the capital of the Fearless & 'Co.," Oera s Atfive o'clc Sundaf afternoon atn Lly dt.
state, that they would have beenan- Friday evening, April 24. 8- the First Baptist church Dr. Barnard
cepted from the terms of the act a Gen. Gilchrist is no longer South Flor- the Evangelist, will speak to the young lie number of her young friends at a
RMAIN AT T AAB ida's candidate. Heis the favorite of Tallahassee. This metin wi'l take -
"Whereas, it is the sense of this candidate of the Democracy of the en- the place of the regular B.Yp.U. er- P y y ron.
camp of United Cont-erate Veterans tire state.-Tampa Evening News. vice for that evening, everybody is cor- Huyler'sn fancy packages at Holme
that the said ConfederAte battle fas Hon. John L. Robinson, the Rhodes idally invited to attend, all young people Drug Co. 48
should remain at Tallahassee, the eapi- brothers, and the Lewis brothers, of being especially requested. Miss BlandinaSpring, after month's
tal, frequently visited by the people Woodville were among their many Tal- We are needing rain in this part of the pleasant visit in Tallahassee as the
from all parts of the state the l ss nee n last Starday. country, as we did not have as heavy a guest of Miss Mary Gwynn, returned
place of assembly of the people's rep- at the ridence of Mr rain here as fell in Tallahaaee t lt tWednesday to her home in Char-
"Rsoilv', byR? Cmp No. 5 Handley,, April 14th, at 8 o'clock, Mr. Monday. The dry weather, however, lotte, X. C.
Resolved, by R.Lee Camp No. tt th58e Walter Atkinson and Miss Annie Nail, has a one good effect, drying the All children who expect to attend the
United Confederate Vet herans, thauest-th Rev. I. S. Patterson officiating. blc roads and making them better Memorial Services at the cemetery Sun-
governor be, and he is hereby Mruest- for travel and hauling. Farmers are day 28th inst., are requested to meet
id to defer the removal of the said bat- People from the nearer towns are e- zor travel and nauinf, Farmers are day 2th inst., are requested to meet
ed to deer the removal ofa he euati t.h-e ,--i ng t the nr t Lake f plowing corn and planting cotton at at the cemetery gates at five o'clock
mtte ags from Tallahas e antilth 1h ir to visf the lamoniaorLake for this time, some have cotton already with flowers to strew upon the soldiers'
matter may be brought to the attention gra e prpo- of .-o .etn come u ves.
of the next legislature for such action fish to eat. The bream have beg unto me up.re
as it hall deem proper That the d- bite. The brm have beun The rural delivery mail carriers say Hon. W. M. Holloway and wife ex-
Jtant be instructed to send a copy of FOR SALE-Lot of cypress timber that since the first of the month, at, pctto leavenextwe for Memphis,
these resolutions to the governor. situated on Wakulla river in Wakulla which time the Postoceorderconcern- Tenn,, where they will attendthecon-
Smt Annl yto Mrs. M. H. i second class mail matter took effect ference for education in the South.
OTHER BUSINEM MATTERS. on .TaFa. .. the number of nieces of mail has di- Messrs. W. E. Baker and G. Bax-
The meeting was the regular April finished con iderably. The owners of ter, of Gainesville, and F. W. Smith.of
meeting of the camp, and was well at- Mr.T. H. Hall accompanied his moth- R. F. D. boxes ought to subscribe for Alach aret the Capital on business
tended. In addition to adopting the er to Boston Wednesda to spend a few more newspapers. Every head of the before the Supreme court.
above resolutions, business was trans- weeks on business, Mrs. Hall and family aho take at least six weekly Rev. P Q passed through
acted as follows: the children will go to their Panacea papers, and thus keep the free delivery Tallahasse Wednesday on his wayto
S committee on pensions and pur- cottage for several week. runng. Woodville to hold a series of rel
ing the pension rolls asked for further P. T. Nicholson, the Jeweler has on Be careful about that little cough. services. Mr. Cason is pastor f the
time, and this was granted them. t hand a lot of Bracelets, Belt Buckles, Get something right away; gome good, First Baptist church in Apalachicola.
The committee having in charge the Belt Pins and Hat Pmn-the newest reliable remedy that will move the Rev. C. C. Ceeil, conference Evange-
Memorial day arrangements stated that thing out for dainty Easter gifts. 2 bowels. Kennedy's Laxative Cough list of the Florida Methodist Church,
it was not yet ready to announce thej Mis- Maggie Brown Is visit her Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the and son Earnest, were in the city Toe-
detailed prgrm, but at e m- I sister, Mrs. C. E. Dickey at iaford- bowel nd allays Inflammation at the day on their way to Caaee wre
plsoo apre ds,, uin beploieal ,apes_ viTle, and Miss Aleta Jones at the same time. It Is pleasant to take and Mr. Cecil wi old a serie of revival
soon aple gien the viter s. home of her mother, Mrs. ones, in t is especially recommended for child- services.
t alehad been decivled en ordr as, Talla assee. ren, a It taste nearly as good as.
to what had been decided upon, oaet ---- maple sugar. Sold by all druggists. h eT _alisa r have
etd. .e to laugh at. Sarah Jane --dec t t r
The resolutions given in fall above Loveioy, usin Phenice, Just Lizzie, Mr. Howard Gamble, last Wedne reception which was to have given
were ordered furnished the pe with Katie, Tie Silent Sisters, with Mi day, made a trip the northern next week
a request that they be pubihed, a Fearless A Co. 8-it ntion of this countyithe ito estof Mimi
copy be sentato thioernor, uandthe his aodide y for the esh of cou-ty
S of the camp spread on t Now t look at thelikes of this the r the sixty day s wfi ma
aoonoi ates camp.ne apraa o" the Tampa E evening NewV: alberal oa a horders
Otherbuiness wa di ed of The no less than two semen d tesrme; f,.ror e.ring, adg.
then eae adjournam s-nlo. Tamp alone who woud makis e bettert, and a e, however feeding w pay yee tto
l .-T..- -m-pu s-pan d abler Unit ed States Sna- sseu4 m i hear S. lam -tive m
Will Tom App d put Joe Hamph. to t Napoleon B. Brmwrd." w e h dl be teeds, in tfat, they __0QW_
ries downfor a p r on "How I Lot Mr. L. M. Wiam.n of a, w l ei
My HaL" Pleae n8" e we Call them In -the y T d~ ad A s ~-_ __1 llan m71 dber
Tim and Joe. We arI shp s1 I toesdftmS tohWe True emosratI" beat
WW.r 1whnwe s etssinit!er whefor sum" s.afa
.Thomas a aMe Ea s ,- he. a at -s .egs DShi sm l- s
a- ins mi mi ,. rh -telm ed to her ho mett ****i I -.
bubsu sb to year hrne newspaper. day.


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Stands for These Principles:
Control of Interstate Carriers by Interstate
Conmeree Commission.
Favors lneome Tax.
Stand for Tariff Revislon, and Benefits to
Florida Farmers and Fruit Growers.
Duty on Etyptian Cotton.
Government Appropriatiost foe Harbors,
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home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The best Quail and
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I TM TRUh DRMOC AT
rJ. mie.iLs a c i es.f P ew

PU1 W EVIRY FRIDAY MORNINo.

wad m SaSaeed Class Matter Ma c lM.f at
S Pew t Oice at TaUhmea- FloriMds. der
s Aetl CM....ot Mareh & I.
* ~a t inTphon BDudiagC. Corner Adams mad
ChantaStreeta. T.Ibone No. 19.

bsMrt.. 1.LOO Pr YTer. In Adva.
Mwvrbbwe ato en. ApPaUest.

To True Dmosurt Is the Ofsd Newsawer
o o Lsm Cemy.

Tlaskse- FriMay, April Il, 9W.


1S ady Wrts M ta. na pta
r i h thl owbN Nr at anyprkieW
old MY edtj i Piin Net a
2 ans M .ever awpmd In t.

Hoo. D. H. Maya, candidate for Con-
gr, ,Third Congressional District,
spent Sunday in Tallahasee and at-
tended divine services at the Methodist

From all quarters the Confederate
Veterans are entering a protest against
the carrying away of the relics pad
battle flag of the Confederacy from
the State Capitol where they belng.
Sixteen pages well filled with Iter-
esting reading matter and attractive
new advertisements. Read it all eare-
fully, and when you are through with
your paper mail it to a friend abroad.
The editor is not responsible for the
views and utterances of correspondent
and our columns are open, always, for
any one to reply to a correspondent's
communication. should any one desire
to do so.
Two years ago it was claimed that
certain campaign literature was sent
out from Tallanassee. with pension
hbecks, that necessitated extra posfe
by the recipients-the old soldiers. This
S a being done again. The Reorder
thinks it ought to stop. If it does not
ceasm we shall call names.-Madison
Recorder, 17th.
Tampa Tribune: "No, friends. Burr
hasn't been running for Governor-not
even creeping." Just a sort of "Jobn-
ale, get your gun," for did he t amy
be was holding the job up for Jdmnie
Stockto I But what will the newapa-
per. and the people of Floridabe apt to
doeforHoa R. Hudson next raun
for Railroad Commissioner. ;.
Hon. J. F. C. Grigg, their and
most popular ndidate for C4mgrs,
spet Monday and Tuesday am* his
many Tallahassee friends. He gives
as-&,'giS accounts of his visits into
the several counties of his district, and
fees sre that he is daily adding Mw
strength to his already large fol g
and that he has the very best
of election. 4
Hon. G. J. Strozier, of Winter Ga-t
dea, who has served in the Legislature
s u member and attachee for years, will
be a candidate for presidential elector
r at the coming primary. It has been
the editor's pleasure to have known Mr.
Stroler for many years, and he can
rest assured of our vote. He is worthy
of any position to which he aspires, and
would prove faithful to any trust con-
S flded to him.
So Mr. Burr is going to "don't do it
Mr. Burr," after all, for he is out now
is some newspapers, saying so, and is
now telling the whys and wherefores
of it It is well it is so, for he would
; have met with a terrible defeat, just as
lota of people tell, his friend John N.C.
Stockton, is destined to butt up against,
All signs indicate that the Thee
S friends combination is to be admil


: a good healthy dose in the coming pri-
maris. from the MACIINN's NAPOLEON
to the least "MAN FRIDAY" of the
ig, and Mr. Burr is truly wise for
S I from under in time to sane his
I d is race.
The edtor of the True Deqmratis
par ss9inally and personally mA-=
SSei r every line that goes "in ted-
s columns of this newspaper, sad
has had no assistant editor since Mr.
S d arls A. Choate left us to acce a
dain as proof reader on the Geneal
b htotms with the St. Augustine Record
Sb December, 1906, and that be
S g the drainage campaign. Every
w"le aitce that tme was emter wit-.
a byh Jdohn Collns, or at his request
W dsblii, and charge to the em-
y notwithstanding. F o -
ew, Mr. Cbiote baS n ema-
pad puttinWis his p time


hhbrnes bWirm house. nd"
sad end Is ow
the mewpaper buslasm wad polt-


BROWARD DKCIumS BIS RIUN s.
On March 27th, last, Governor Bro-
ward appointed W. H. Milton United
States Senator.
The names of Editor Claud L'Engle of
the Sun, of Milton, of Senator Carson,
of Senator Crane, and possibly of Ex-
Senator Hendry, of Lee county, were
presented to him and it is said the ap-
poisntnent had been promised to at east
on of them. The latter would have
been a grand appointment. Capt. Hen-
dry is able, experienced and from South
Florida. His name has been identified
with Florida's history for yaq.W
was he overlooked? V04
er of Browa. Me met ap-
point a NA1aL M while he has
always u national bank howl to
makenta capital of (demagogue
he w did not give L'Engle,
C t Ca on, or Hendry a fair deal
ouf March 27th, for HB AGREED TO ap-
point Muton on March 28th.
He fixed this with Milton in Jackson-
vlle. Over the FRESH GRAVx of the
lamented Bryan, the deed was done, the
bargain stuck.
Look at this telegram! It was sent
by a man close to Broward's manage-
ment. It was sent from JacksonvilUe!
Names of sender and receiver omi ted:
March 26th, 1908.
To-
Pensacola, Fla.
Impossible to do anything. Ap-
pointment goes to Marianna.
Things O.K. See you to-morrow
night.
MILTON LIVES IN MARIANNA! The
telegram is genuine, all right! It will
never be disputed by Broward. If it is
the names will be given. Broward
confabbing in Tallahassee with Editor
L'Engle, Milton, Crane and possibly
Captain Hendry, aU day March 27th, as
to who he should Ippoint, and Milton
HAD THE APPOINTMENT on March 26th
in Jacksonville! SMART BROWARD!
SMART Milton!
The "appointing power" and the
"National banker," WORKING NOW TO-
GETHER. Fine co-partnership, when
the Great Napoleon needs it in his bus-
iness!
A POINTED FACT.
Live Oak Democrat: Much censure
is being showered upon the head of
Governor Broward in different portions
of the State for his apparent spirit of
official greed. Nobody questions his
right as a citizen to make the race for
the United State Senate ; but the peo-
ple feel that he owes them a duty as
their Governor for the present to keep
out of such race, and remain at his post
of duty in the careful discharge of his
official functions, until his term of office
expires. The Key West Citisen speaks
of the matter in the following lan-
guage :
"It looks as though Mr. Broward in-
tends to make the race for the United
States Senate and hold his office as
Governor. If he does it will contribute
more toward his defeat than sy other
ee thing we know of. It will be used
against him by his opponents, and it
wil have weight with the voters who
think. If Breward is not bif enough to
make the race for Senator without
holding on to the Governorship he cer-
tainly is not big enough to be Sena-
tor. '
When Governor Jennings asked the
people to elect him United States Sen-
astor they refused, and justly so. It is
not morally fair, to say the least, for a
man to take advantage of his position
as Governor to obtain the still higher
e .e of United States Senator. The
eope Ielected Governor Broward to do
e in work, and he shows poor appre-
elation of their trust by abandoning his
place at Tallahasee and scouring the
woods in an effort to make votes fopr
the Senate.-Gainesville Sun.
That's so. but what cares he. blus-


tering windjamer that he is. He cares
nothing as to what the best people of
Florida thinks about the way he does
business, so long as he can please him-
self and his machine allies. Dignity in
the high office he holds was cast to the
winds in a few days after be was inau-
gurated, and so it, will remain until
Albert W. Gilchrist is inaugurated and
brings it back again.

The people should be thankful to
Stockton for announcing ahead of time
that if elected Governor he will go
about organizing "civic leagues" in all
the districts so as to teach the "great-
hearted PEOPLE" politic. Why, this
would beat Napoleon's maps and "fig-
ges. "-Tampa Tribune.
And it looks like an admission; too,
that he will continue the machine build-
lig the Three Friends Aggregation,
C-,bIntion, or what not, has been la-
boring after and with for so many
years. Tse Angle Daisies, and their
few newspaper worshipers continue, a
a weak effort, to make it appear there
is No KACMZI a operatlaM Florida.
But, what's the use, anyehow I
amasseMobamea.


I POLITICAL GAT3ING AT
Last week was court week In
and quite a number of eandC J h.
ered there, and as the Tid It,
"Opened the Campaign.' oee pree-
ent who took it in xande speeches
were: o. B. Lamar,
Senator J. 8. e Hon. J. N. C.
Stockton, Hon. Jenruon B. Browne,
Hon. Royal C. Dunne, Uncle Jules
Salomon, Hlf liam H. Ellis. Judge
Charles H. ,ney, Hon. D. H. Maya,
Hoon. I L Walker, Hon. G. W. Walker,
SRivers H. Buford.
SRo. James B. Broome was masterof
ceremonies, and introduced the speakers
In his most "eloquent and impressive
style." The speeches, or extracts from
them, filled a number of columns of the
Times, and ould require more space
than this newspaper can give this
week.
Dennett H. Mays delivered himself in
his usual stereotyped style, telling the
people what he knew about farming,
what a christian gentleman and great
man he was, and then went for the
True Democrat for saying ugly things
about him, denouncing us as the
"blackest of liars." The True Demo-
crat may have been off a little in giving
dates, but the statements that he is
filled up with petty selfishness is A
CHAMPION BUTTERINSKI, Was A STOOL
PIGEON CANDIDATE in the 1891 Senato-
rial campaign, cannot be disputed. Of
course Mr. Mays wants the office-be
has desired and craved for office almost
ever since he could crawl. The True
Democrat is sorry if it misstated any-
thing, but we give the facts as they
were furnished us by an old newspaper
man, who was at Tallahassee, and we
do not side track, or retract one sen-
tence. The great and good "christian
gentleman" calling us ugly names does
not hurt us in the least, and speaks for
him the kind of christian he probably
is, and it only carries weight of what
has recently been told to us of his great
grasping, selfish, greed in gathering up
all the shackles hbe can lay hands on at
home in his business dealings with his
fellow-citizens.
NONTICELLO NaWs' ARRANGE .
This newspaper could fill quite a large
space in reply to Editor Wm. Carroll's
last week's arrange, in defense of the
kind of Christian gentleman Mr. D. H.
Mays is, but it is absolutely unneces-
sary since most people in Florida know
all about him and his past life, he hav-
ing been a Standnag C-mr4ote for
something under the Sun so many times,
and having told them all about that,
only to meet defeat, just as he is liable
to get it in this race for Congress in
this Third Congressional District con-
test this time. The great New's haber-
dash was all foreign to the subject- of
our criticizing D. H. Maya' candidacy,
and he delivered himself of a large dose
of what he probably thought would be
particularly pleasing to those whom he
fawns to and those whom the True
Democrat has dared to criticize. We
are entitled to our opimnon of those men
and their acts, and the criticisms will
stand until something more substanti-
than windijabbing is offered as evidence
to refute same. We are not prosecu-
ing officers, neither are we an investi-
gating committee, with authority to
act against them.


Sorry we cannot see Dennett' Mays,
too, through your spectacles. That he
is a great, big lump of selfishness, with
his full quota of vanity and a desire for
office, we do not doubt, and if he keeps
on butting-in and trying he may some
of these days accidently "drop" into
one. The main trouble, as we see it,
is his always waiting to see what the
line-up will be before deciding what he
intends to go out after. But pahaw,
what's the use? Most of the people of
Florida have it sized up correctly, and
there is no necessity in giving Dannitte
more notoriety, the main thing we
trulbelieve he is after. So, ta ta,

"Gov. Broward is off on a camp
tour," wires Tallahasse, and it might
be added that he is off for the cam-
paign It must be that we are still
blind as to the little wisdom needed to
govern, for the official elected to guide
us from Washington and Tallahasee
leave us to the care of secretaries who
promptly turn us over to elasks, and we
get alongjr juetaswell aaf the real big
men repoed in the saddle.-Times-
Unkm, Current Comment.
Just so, and the people of Florida are
paying that peanut political perambu-
.latr the high salary of five thousand
dollars a year to gad over the country
and play politics and work schemes,
while oen lower salaried svto.sit
around sad keep the doma et pubMc of-
f* ep ened a Sew hours eah day o thse
week. TIdy, the reat DCow4,
NAPrLOM. BOlAPATm, ias bh q, bt
the bhe dant w it.


NO ALUM


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So does Germany


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aa been made ine Wau toand the Distuict of Colb.
b and alum basking powdersn are everywhere recognized M.

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ROYALL
'am! be very wure you get RoyaL
Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibality and wbom
0omen.es of te food. 9


D. H. Nay's Card. in the Senate, one of the most popular
Monticello. Fla., April 13, 1908. and best loved men that Jefferson
John G. Collins, Esq., Editor the True county ever produced. These men vot-
Democrat, Tallahassee, Fla..I
Dear Sir: In answer to your editorial ed for Call notwithstanding the fact
"Why This Attack on Griggs?" I that their colleague, Mr. Mays, voted
make this statement: I entered this against him. Does it not stand to reason
race for Congress to be elected to the that two such men as John E. Morris
high honor of represent my people.'and W. C. Thomas would have support-
Your charge that I entered therace for W. C. Thomas would have support-
the sole purpose of defeating Grggs is ed Mr. Hays had it not been for the
false in conception and in fact. Your fact, that primarily, Jefferson county
further charge that I entered the race desired to retain Pasco in the Senate,
for senator for the purpose of defeat-
ing any candidate in 1901 (189?l is regardless of whether Senator Call was
ually false and unwarranted. individually strong in the county or not.
That I ever in my speeches, letters (Senator Call was really very strong in
or circular, during the campaign of Jefferson county, it being regarded as
four years ago, before the first primary, Call ty. "
ever even.mentioned the name of any county.)
of n' opponents, or advised the people So far so good. The True Democrat
to vote for or against either of them, was informed, another person, and from
is untrue. I aealed to the people South Florida, visited you at Monticello,
simply in my own behal During that
campaign, before the first primary, Mr. got there at night and left in the early
Broward made some criticisms on me morning, and that some changes in
in his literature which we discussed in some respects were brought about dur-
the court house in Madison Fla., in ing that"rttie S-" ...
our speeches, when he admitted that u t short time. ,Spen prevents
he was wrong and would correct his further comment of it this week, how-
literature, which he never did. This ever, and we may ask you some ques-
explains my vote for Davis in the see- tions about it later.
ond primary. After the first primary, Mays took Judge Spear's place in
when Broward and Davis were the con- the race. Was not his candidacy consid-
testin candidates, I received telegrams ered by most people as a Jare.. But
from tie B toward and the Davis man- pshaw! What's the use advertising
agers in Jacksonville, asking my sup- him? Most people in Florida know all
port, besides many letters from fnends about it anyhow.
on the same subject I wrote letters to JOHN COLLINS.
the Times-Union, in answer to friends, -...
to the effect that I intended to vote for Governor Broward is making a whirl-
Davis. Messrs. C. B. Rogers and T. J. wind campaign of the state, and will
Watkins, both personal friends, came seak in Ocala Saturday morning at 11
to Monticello to ask me to support Da- o clock at the court house, at which
vis. I met them at the depot in Monti- time he will tell why he ought to be
cello, told them that I had already writ- elected to the United States Senate
ten letters supporting Davis, and had from this State.-Ocala Banner.
made a statement to the Monticello And at the same time he is paid a
News to that effect. They asked me if high sala of $5000 t at
I would make speeches advocating Da- igh salary of $6,000 per year to stay a
vis.' I replied that I would not, and I the capital to look after public business
did not. I entertained them as my An occasional absence might be all
guests at the Partridge house for the right, but to take for political or schem-
midday meal, they leaving on the after- ing purpo more than half of his
noon trainm. ng rpos more th.n h.lf of hi
If the visit of these gentlemen of PRECIOUS TIME for his own, or his polit-
high character was other than a friend- ical friends' use, is not just the square
ly one and on a high plane I never knew and proper thing to do! No business
it. I am not and have never been the man would let his HIRED MAN se time
candidate of any man, faction or corpo- man w let h D MAN
ration, I have never had one cent of my that way, and no square employed man
campaign expenses paid by any one, would take his employers time and ex-
either before or after any election. pect the pay. This is legitimate criti-
I am in this race for Congress as an cism, it is the truth -
individual candidate, and hope and ex- clam, is thetroth!
pect to win fairly, without any un- All newspaper men will regret to
worthy attacpp or unjust criticism learn that Editor Chris. Codrington has
aanst my opponents.
1 ask you in the interests of fairness been compelled to retire from the edi-
and justice to give this the same public- trial management ot the DeLand
ity you gave the editorial in qumton. News, owing to failing or bad health.'
t,,---, ,, I While he and this writer often have
It is the hit dog that howls." Mr.h leh en swrtroe he
D. H. May was a member of the had little differences, we always admire
islature in the session of 1891. At that open, clean and frank dis ion from
time Samuel Paco was serving his first the other fellow's standpoint. and we
term as United States Senator. Bothalways read Mr. Codrington's side of
of these gentlemen were from the mne questios with plemaso. He's hoping
county. turn to Florida journalism, for we no


withesanding the fact that he knew that wn ta l.
Jefferson county would stand solidly for The Florida newspapers have been
Passo under all consideration, tried to having a regular "monkey-and-parrot"
take advantage of the opportunity and time trying to get straight on Mr.
have himself elected United States Sen- Mays' front name, and it has had as
sor, knowiitull well that his election msay different forms as there are M-
woed mean the defeat of Paswo at the te la-It, if not mre, fem "Deait"
mnasieg elstionm. That these are tMe to "Denitte," w' "h is fa t be
bfet is vids edby the persiste at- offSial. We easR- t M wit
t*we ti Job Mris b the Hes of appa bsn u erta -at M a ll.
Spresmtiv ker that ehat aterd. Ata
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V hsa aot tid matter
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lee Oth yur p W ef in thor-
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OPHOAL ALL I arnilitshalel be orlimed som rn atosuted at ve*
Of VK3 L CALLturm& If pritd nos saw oak ballot, unless
SOW = shlinahll be" em compiled with.
Bal sa~saa"bAn Ib*i thrfterterm.
lab to .ah p eins aid emu ata
Us lt of a ome aebenfled sm sdt-
V.,- Isme C va lc Pdmay ectwess data for rih c-ls
Low. CeuSWI. lr~llb N"y 19th, ORIS Or B14
Mw, Ad juse UIeh te. M m" nmad rnw etim bU behW
etprepared mW usledtin oon Lawswdthalthe
&M tdhod wbetd ndrthe d eelsm
.amat~eeaudon spiddballoft. a3e be pilsted
the bbft e -ih imi *kd i teori
thea I I I" n in comIformat"~
said me Ib MMeatyatthe uedIn gArnrs
lesawoli p ple aIs L sh leek lem s d-0l
the bean Lid b low, tar hemoNis lrn CAMVAW OF UEFfUNINS.
muaic eaia forr umaty ime tobe ro.,
hi theDempesatle uhembrat the Geneal The MW eSmuitteeshall at soon. am the 0th 40
Fftot um evw SU& hm m to be I afthr=& ejb.soru1flth. rturne
the 4.0. of the homijng .ofMMW bely o"este d xddealer, What cami-
sh tmefmbeldiesthe Pri- om be". bem ima WJr!kv ,st LW
OWA county okoe, ad w eedp
tiO~~my Si hem"to and~~mr~m
evrearr 49 ihs do" W60d


aMsomesure
Mr.,W. E'Ad as.M D., ot da
Conh brp- reMevedd o-ug sab d
ole wotoe remedies Amed.
SIts castle osase dt efspeallyr S-
emmaad It forw edMes. It is plemat
to take. For coehas, olds, hoarsenses,
rhoopine out. KeaM y refutded If
ot mtl otfled. t by Rt W. Cobb
Dru 0Co. *

WM t ooJ (l .--n Athe re-
* Mignmts mde by the Seat
today, ae as follows :
Mr. e of iPeldA, Distriet of
Columbe R, Pals Won ad
Porto Rico ts, Prit Public
Health and National n and
Revisionof d Lauw m 1 1 wen in prt
Em of the ommittees of which the
senators W. J. Bryan and S. R.
Mallory were members.
President Roosevelt say
that outdoor exercise Is needed by the
American people. That's an very well,
but how A people with rhematsm
follow that adyle The saswr Is very
simple-use Ballard's 8aow LUlmeat
sad the rheumatism wil o; leaving
you as spry as a oolt. Oves qidok
and permanent ree from rheumatism,
auralgia, lamu back and all pains.
Hardee-SmBaith o. *
Our old friends o R. W. Owens
Sd B. M. Thomas ofthiscounty, were
M ouo r plo mMit vid rs 5a y.

ou '*-"M- <-s-*--


m of Fort M have do-
Kdlon the 28th of
Itatb hve been mt to
s adl ongrem l es-
Mt@di them to be prswt
i the voters on this occasion.


This eau e the city edxpense as
It washes into the culvert and stops
hafn up.
Ifalnwill hlp just a le bit wond-
oe could be worked. Your mayor
sta"As .^A...J 4, n ._*.. wM In &ASw Mwa


I -ea fm M ,d wrlimn f the
.on s a. be final asto county o-


Flro t pople of Port s ms rea o TA assst you mm every way M :
Olt =al Af and over becan. elactio In ae with the aws. b hr Mims
attendedfrom all JUST A WORD AS TO MAD DOGS. Od lItoeosoo ad tWAe AL .Loweo.
s*stlus of South Florida. Lee county at .e eeeion, shall be rewaied and a as sa Bh ea tea famor bae b" voted for shall
has groWg wou ll sineo thenbow The City Council have ina reparation propr mmbcr of the Deoeratie ad right to pleas o wter ad hea-
- d it it ani al ted-that five an ordananee requiring all dogs to be therefore ted to pe pato l belt eIt ewa pt
o will be present o the m ledl after May lt, 19 if they frt ad ot at such keletion, as foaews: whih waersA chbene mab
twoewtl pltbo. run the streets with or without their tQUALVIOnATsi or CANDIDAT8s. j 0M ab to ehafuied voeurin and i eto
In dt to the picnic, the commit- owners. This ordinance will be enforced Those, and o.ly tho.. shal bet penmit- witna es ?at of the vote. ad
tee who as the afas in charge, have to the letter. Great care should be ex- ted to becomes candidates eor to voteat or thei tafterth poHe e closed. Te
decided to also give a fish fry, and have ercised in the disposal of animals of all Par ticipateinthe ssa oS2b.Seeyl6by th1e County ExeC-
ordered one thonomad mullet from the kinds which die, or are killed from eonat. whoa, white Democartie.Ie who t~ ut sfter the prnary has been held.
local ah dealers, will also serve rables. According to instructions from dlnre their advance to the principal aand or-: Bthe rder of the Democratic ExecutivCoam-
f ree cofe, bread and lemonade. It is the State Board 0of Health, these must A one e@mocraticpthe a to mitte "ofLao .t r DMONDON.,
Intended to mako the oeeasion a regular be burned or buried. Itate lawful ecoro thediaietin which theyr chairman.
old-time political gathering People Parties owning animals of any kind offr vot. w11 haveaid their poll taxes le- Attest-R J. PILuWS. Secretary. 5-t
frtn the doni counties will attend that have been bitten by a mad. dgeVW a0 not bes than we10nde s Ce C h pr
In a nm and it i hopal and should immseitely kill the Manu mry electi isb held. and e shall, when e in the CircuitCo Ort of the Second .. -
inlaionumb &aWdit is hoped and 1MY*Wet=.pledg e Inwri SSting
"Ile that, a number of the Anyt short of this is a menace toore an nspetoor his honor tombideb d dicial Circuit for LOon County.-In
no YowuIrr lnahbor. The n oehave orders. p thersult of such primary and vote for 1 Chancery.
Every effort will be made by the to kill allsuh on sight. Charles J. Dih. complainant. v. Auusta
Board of Trade to make this .athi i F. C. GILMORE, Mayor. OFFICE STO 1 rFILLD. Carl m .and Nla. Caro ner H husband. De.
the hwTftt & most successful oljti-j'City of Tallahassee, eorada.d ou.-fenia-Foreciosur. of Mortgage.
Cal a v n Solth a morIdity of l e L i y elections hall havethe right to ot it of the e Charles B
J. I DRY, Chairman. ISmea ad tae LieN ws. for two Members oftheHouse of Representative, Dishl. that th resideneof thedefeviants. Au-
B. LET1AK, k Secretary. U al d for County Judfol Careen end Nela Caolon. is not io nloc-
R. B. LEAK, Secretary. There was preaching b the local oaend a t, for Couty sUsor ft it.e re, I conp.eo I onh
minister on last, S& ItBe1) th ue l ora heriff, e candidate for Clark of the Circuit is at Great all. Casadecount, Mon.
minister on last S a, Bhp e one candidate for County Assesw of taa L te is no person in the tate of
ctte to Coetraters. church. The conasgfon wau 1. oecadUdate for Tax olletoroneiudl- ~abpoana being t served upon who would
Sealed bids will be received b me at Sunda school was hed in the morning dat. for C ousnupriu tir;bf P c u asad defedahts.wad tMht the maM de-
o aou dide mad e for tuAy surve oene an.em ee eh over the of twety-o
my olce in a Fla., ntil April a is the custom on preaching days. In dls for County Treasurr, one candidate for Y-er; It is. th r orderedthat the defend-
1t5 1908, for the rick culvert across the afternoon the Sunday Bhool met to supervisor o.f Regstration. five canidkte for antC, Auusta r and NS Criso. be
Jeffteon street and repairing said practice on a pro consini of C nMsemb rofnI t aie5ad tes for and f rye eremsand ruiee o towp-
street. according to Ilans and specifl- recitations, songs, tc for the lebra- ah such *ietor in the repew v Jatice' c iO, the 4th da f MaA. D. 190 at the
nations to be seen a my office. The tion of Easter, on the bird Stnday,the De Iet in maid county shau hav t riht to court eheg at Talahass. loril; da t ththis or-
suesossful bidder wiU be .reuired to 19th inst, at the church aforesaid. 5 or Onus Of th Peae P and on eadi der be puishedoce a week for tow (4 uco-
give bond for the faithful p ormance elector in each election precinct in maid bld in the City of Tallahassee.
of his contract under the supervision of When a man writes as follows, don't emn shall have the right to vote for one Mem- in ToCand .StatL.
the city engine you think he means It? Mr. 8. O. WilU beof the Democratic County Committee. WtfUe.t Hew T. Fol. Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Leon county. Florida. and
G. W. LAMAR, Jr. llams, Powderly, Texa, says: "I have NOTICS oW CANDIDACY. th l t. this March th. A. D. 19S.
City Clerk. suffered for years with kidney and peded his printed BeNRYT. FELKI.
-- bladder trouble, usin every pr B pon drin to have his name printed Clerk as aforid.
W d bladder trouble, usng every arar on the primary election ballot as a candidate for A tru ey.
We action I came across ad taking many aawa nty oae shall fib with the chairman Atteat-HMar T. FaLIn.,
Having bought out the Chief City proeorlptloes, all witabut relief until fthie e nmitte on or before the 10th day of Clerk as aforesaid. -4t
Wood Yard, we are propred to furn- my attention was called to Plnelus. = A .tohDv6.l8his nteade so rindcyadn
i wood in any leth promptly. A After 30 days' trial ($1.00.) am feel- to ben hed by the said c chairman .ad ceom-
large supply alwa o hand. Ing fne. Money refunded itf not satiS. 5Us wan amount of ioney equal tofIave pe UJW JU METJA
8 uTTr A ROBINBON. fled. Sold by R. W. Oobb Drug Co. Wa thes annuals na e floeS afor eire--et. "--
wkichbe Is a canodiae and no name of any such inu W '


-MOM


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Red and Pink Linens.


Plain and Check Nainsooks


and Demities.


Val, Torchon and Clunny


Ladies and Shoppers Generally,



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lines of White Goods, Laces and Embroideries

was never more complete, and the prices are

RIGHT. We mention a few of our choice offerings:


White Linen, 36 in. wide, Special Value, at


White Linens, 36 in. wide, especially nice for the price, at
White Linen, 45 in. wide, a very pretty fabric, at
Linen Sheeting, 90 in. wide, and all linen, at
Linen Lawns, 36 in. wide, both Plain and Checked, at


White Lawn, 40 in. wide at


White, Plain and Check Waistings, at
Dotted Swiu in a variety of dots, at


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50c
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$1.00
. 50c


Good assortment of Wide Pauel Embrodery

for Shirt Waist fronts at 35, 50, and 75c yard.


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20, 25, 35 and 50c
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GAS


RANGE


and


VATER


HEATER


QUESTION


ANSWERED


"What Causes the Top Burner of My. 5$


Range to Burn Yellow a,


Macken


the Cooking Utensil
The burners are eitheed or out of ad-
justment. Try cleaningTO small holes in the
burners with a piece of wire, removing the
dust or grease which nr be obstructing them.
If this does not reme the trouble, notify the
gas company, as the burner may need adjust-
ment.
This condition should not be allowed to con-
tinue, as a yellow flame not only blackens the
cooking utensals, but decreases the heating
value of the gas Best results are obtained
from a feathery blue flame.


" How Can I Make Toast On the


Gas Range ?"


Use the VULCAN TOASTER designed for use
over a Top Burner. It is made with inner cone


or Heater distributor.


Toasting is done by


radiation and.notby direct heat.


Toasters for sale at office of the company.


Price only 30 cents.


"How Can Jeep My Gas Range in Good
Condition d Free From Rust ?"
Once a day the burners, broiler pan, oven
racks and removal drip pan under the top
burners should be washed, and the burners, as
well as the rest o( the range, wiped with a
greased cloth, or all piece of suet wrapped
in cheese cloth. Lu of this work should be
done while the e is warm from use, so
that it will dry quiddy and readily absorb the
the grease.
If the small holes in the burners become
clogged they should be cleaned out with a
piece of wire. Never apply blacking to the
burner .


Purchase a Vulcan Gas Range,

And you will not have cause to regret it.

Food ,3 easier digested when cooked on a Gas

Range. No fires to kindle, no ashes to carry

out. You don't have to wait on the fire.


"In Lighting the Oven of My Gas Range,
Should the Gas Be Turned On to the
Oven Burners Before Lighting the Pilot
Light ?"
No, the pilot light should be turned on and
lighted before gas is turned on to oven burners.
When you have satisfied yourself that the
oven burners are lighted, turn of the pilot light.
The oven door should always be kept open
while lighting oven burners, in order to pre-
vent the accumulation of gas in ovens before
match is applied.


W E have on exhibition at our office
a complete line of Gas Ranges and
Water Heaters, which we would be very
glad to show you in operation, or, if you
prefer, we will have one of our represen-
tatives call and explain the many advan-
tages of gas for fuel purposes.
A Gas Range is no longer limited to
Summer months.
Its convenience, economy and efficiency
have demonstrated its value for all-year

use.
1 A Gas Water Heater is as clean, econ-
omical and labor saving as a gas range.
1 After the burner is lighted a short time,
hot water may be drawn from any faucet

in the house in the usual manner. And
they are connected free.


"Can the Gas Water Heater be used

when there is a fire in the Coal Range?"

Yes. This appliance heats the water in the
circulating boiler independently of either gas
range or coal range, and may be used, if nec-
essary, to supplement the coal range.


*In Lighting the Top Burners


Range,


Back in the Pipe, with a Slight Report


and a Disagreeble Odor.
This be Prevented ? "


How Can


When you turn on the gas allow an instant
for it to fill the burner before applying the
match. This will prevent the lightingg back"
which you describe,,and which is caused by
the gas igniting in the air mixer before it
reaches the burner.
If the difficulty continues when these direc-
tions are followed, notify the gas company, as
the burners may need adjusting. No charge
for the inspectors visit.


"How can I Broil Steaks or Chops in
the oven of a Gas Range?"
Use the Broiling Oven.
Trim most of the fat or suet from the chops
or steak, place on rack in lower oven. Turn
the meat occasionally, but do not put fork in
the lean part.
Never put the meat in a cold pan. The
juices will be drawn out as the pan heats and
the meat will be tough and poorly flavored.
Season it after it is taken from the pan.
This method is called Oven Broiling.
Be sure the oven is properly heated before
placing meat in it to cook, This insures the
fine juicy flavor so desirable.


"Why is it so important to heat a Gas
Range Oven before putting in anything
to took?"

It is not more important to heat the Gas
Range oven before using than it is to heat the
coal oven. The oven should be hot eo that
cooking will begin at once. Ten minutes is a
good average allowance for a gas range. This
method involves no waste of gas, because if the
article be put in a cold oven the cooking will
take so much longer, and the results will not
be as good. For example--if steak is placed
in the oven before it is properly heated, it
will become tough, poorly flavored, and will
not brown.



"Is it more expensive to keep'sa Gas

Range in repair than a Coal Range?"
No. The wearing parts of a gas range are
the oven linings, which, if kept clean and
frequently wiped with a greased cloth, it will
last for years. Should the linings become worn
out, they can be replaced at small expense.
The wearing parts of a coal range are the


grate and the fire-brick
with the best of care,
newals.


linings, which, even
require frequent re-


of My Gas


AsK for our representative to call on you and confer with


you regarding the different


appliances we have for you.m-Phone No. 72.


Capital City Light iU Fuel Company.
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aMselea *V o'eeksa.m. Al ware.uedu
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Noaaaa Duaser.
i Mr. and Mrs. C. J. O'Farrell'were
the harming boost and hostess at dinner
at Leon Hotel Sunday evening.
The party included Miss Christine
Lester, Miss Florence Proctor, Miss
Florence Lewis, Miss Susie McGriff
S and Mass Kate Mickler, of Tallahaslee,
Florida, and Miss Sue Moore of Ire-
land. Mr. John Boisseau, of Peters-
burg, Va.; Mr. Pickena Byrd, of Mon-
ticelo Fl. ; Mr. Earle Proctor and
Mr. Newton Mabry, of Tallahassee,
Fl Mr. B. A. Ragadale, of South
Caroilna; Mr. L. C. Robinson, of Mary-
land and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. O'Farrell,
of Chicago.
Subeesribe for the True Demacrat


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eUtehsl a Wismr.m
General Gilehr iss the best
6 a State has known aince the
laylyaof M1o),tm
He minle with the people without
the =sts of fawning upon them,
sad ihandlap denotes rather the
g al friend than the deceitful politic-
During the few days he has been in
Tamps on the present trip, the General
has met and talked with hundreds of
people, thm great majority of whom at
once tell into ti habit, rapidly becoem-
ng prevalent throughout Florida, of
alluding to him as "the next Gover-
nor.,
The General is not an orator, but his
spehes ring with sincerity and truth
and attract the thoughtful attention of
men not given to ephemeral enthuai-
That he is, substantially, the only
man in the race so far as Hilisboro
county is concerned, is an admitted
fact; and that he is gaining votes and
friend wherever he visits is another
fact that must be very disqui etin to
his opponents. General Gilchrist's
manly avoidance of the cheap appeals
of demagogy, his outspoken expressions
on public issues, banish from the man
with whom he talks the idea that the
average candidate encourages-that of
a desire for office regardless of sincer-
ity or good faith.
It isbecomin more and more evident
daily that he will be the next Governor;
and it is already fully assured that, as
Governor, he will set up a new stand-
ard and a much higher one than we
have been accustomed to in the recent
past.-Tamps Evening News.
Print much and you will prosper.


THE LATEST STYLES IN CLOTHING.


B USTE t,
HIS BED],


R SO~LVED
WHAT w~ it ZVfER 3LJ.EP.1AMr$


BEM CL-91-KCSlyObu CANT WrAR.
Thg- PLThE TIEt'IVE4CAN
PI9T YOU OUT IN JTNE iCEsT
umm T 'OR. LESS TNA0fWMs
g~t~T D(NOW'tIIIR e001WI
WV~t~CA STUDYor

/ AKE2 WLV


WATCHING THE MARKET WITH BoTH EYES
ALL of THE TIME FOR YEARS HAS MADE
US ABLE To GET THE RIGHT STUFF FoR
THIS COMMUNITY, GooDS HAVE NOT BEEN
SOLD TO US; WE HAVE BOUGHT THEM. WE
OWN THEM CHEAP; WE SELL THE4A REASON-
ABLY. WE ARE ONE FIRM THAT MAKES A
PRoFIT ON OUR GooDS, DON'T YOU WANT
To DEAL WITH A STORE THAT MAKES A
PRofIT AND IS WIDE AWAKE? THE FOLLoW-
ING THINGS WILL OPEN YOUR EYES:
Ladies Night Gowns with yokes of embroidery and nar-
row pin tucks-excellent quality for----------.. ...... $1 25
Gowns with diagonally tucked fancy yokes, hemstotched
ruffles in neck and sleeve, finished with beading and
ribbon, for--------.................-----------------.-----....--....$1.25
Gowns with beautiful embroidered yokes, Maguerite style,
drawn up with ribbon run through beading, neck and
sleeves finished with embroidered ruffles. Beautiful
for..........---.......----------...----......----------..$1.50 and $1.75
A full stock of Ladies Muslin Underwear at reasonable
prices. Call and see Buster Brown in his new Gown.


RESPECTFULLY,


P. W. WILSON.

Successor to W. R. Wilson.


The
Worsteds


"Washington" I
and Flannels.


Brand


orf m $18.00 to $27.50.


Every suit guaranteed to give


Serges
perfect


satisfaction or money refunded.
WALKER & BLACK.


The New Store.


Capital City Stables,
HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.

Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.

Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.


Phone No. 79.



P. O. Box 487.


All Accounts Rendered Weekly.


Engines, Boilers, and Smoke Stacks,


Tom~g biectors
bhpators,
sew 0U Mchbcy
Sbsltg. pops.s


.JA.CHOiELb0N CO. MACOG O
JA S SCH~i E)) SNS C *


The Junior apwrth Lease
Meeting, last Sunday week, was well
attended by both boys and girls. Mrs.
Patterson, the superintendent gave an
interesting illustration on the black-
board representing the old and new
world; representing sin and the new life
in Christ Jesus.
After the devotional program the reg-
ular monthly business meeting was held
the president Russell Mickler, presid-
ing. The diNerent report of the offic-
ers showed the work that had been
done and progress made during the
month. The average attendance for
the month was, of boys, 80; of girls, 37.
Visits to sick and strangers numbered
76, garments distributed 45, bouquets
seant to sick and put in church 60, pa-
pers distributed 7, amount of money
raised $20.93.


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FRED BIDDULPH, [
League Reporter. a
Get DeWitt's CarbolizedWitch Haxel
Salve--it is healing, soothing and cool-
lag. It is good tfor pile. Sold by all -
druggists. *
There will beacalled meets of the
Florida sruit and Vfegetable 8ippre'
Protective Assoetio to be he at
Lakeland on Tusday, April 21st, at 10
a. m. All members and subscribers are
uged to tuend thl meeting, and also '
al growers not aIlready members are
requested to be present. You will be .. ..
notified of lace of meeting on arrival oO oa ERN: No
at Lakeland. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY OONCIRN: NO-
By order of the Directors. .fIs Ivn that It uhe dis.
J. C. CA-SS, Secretary. viV w. SS winmat y sneomat eId
neveluesla IsW'"e-a.mmfor.-Vdualda= as and a
T. B. Byrd &AC. will be able soon to M uitWde atJan s.
furnish the Ta e public with all a As, & LatIAmu.
the bead theywUl This enter- t c -ata~. .,. ca w.NYdeu.
gigflrm are mew thea p eawsNw.or81f a 04
DDogh Mimer Md Brake. which A.,.ia-ued.. ,,- .
es andl rte the artof bred-a
tollaeThe our TALLO 1 WOM I AT ONC=N: No.
is pined in the w Wo v throws it N.I a e eoSniah e oa

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BEHOLD
.T .IASSORTMENTamd ae the PRICE
SSingle Wagons, Steel or Skein Axzio

----- ---------------------... 4&.
flight T JHoree, either axle 88,00 to
n. Two Horse,......--------........ 50
2iber W ,to._0....$4.00 to .00
BUMG:ES=, O tf
Beth PON and RBOULAR.
Quality and Prices Unite.
qpntAy Attached and no Complaab.
from AmAterdam, .. A
t and numbered by 6a
And they *are still coming
e is out of sight another 1
n LLY-If we fail to plea we
Recommend other Dealers in the city.
Respecttnlly,
TULLY A YAEGER CO.
Tallahassee, Fla.

A Baby Show In Tallahassee
vWuld have many contestants; but
to say that the healthlest
wtia the dprie. No baby ea
mey wbeho s rs from woo -
ftblo do valem they awe
fi- n them with White o' t
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Ph Platform to the Dsrnaatc,
eon of Florida.


Vet.


In aunnenring myself for the office of
Comptroller of the State ot FMrida, un-
er or primary system, I realize nthat
t expected that I should stat my
views, or platform, upon sueh qestieo.
o public interest as would probably
Se within the administration of the
airs of the Comptroller's office. I
m aware that it is the duty of the
Comptroller to enforce the laws that
are passed by the legislature, pertain-
ing to the affairs of his office, and in a
large measure he is responsible for the
enactment of such laws. It is a duty
incumbent upon him to make saugea-
tions and recommendations, through
the Governor. to the legislature upm
all matters that affect the finances of
this State.
The duty of this officer, and the re-
sponsibility that is placed upon him, is
at once apparent, when it is stated that
the whole machinery of the government
of this State depends upon the wise and
judicious administration of the nmp-
troller's office. Such officer shoamnot
lea sight of the fact that, in so eat-
ing the process of raising and providing
the necessary funds for the legitimate
expenses of the government, it is p.-
mble thereby to not only work an uing
hardship upon the tax-payers and dM.
sena of the State, but to stop theft
development of its wonderful natural re-
soures.
It is impossible to have a prosperous
country without a prosperous people,
and it is impossible to develop our State
without capital. In order to procure*
and obtain both, we must seek a systepq
of taxation that is not obsolete, but is
in keeping with the age in which we
live; a system that will not make per-
jurers of our citizens ; a system that is
both just and fair to labor and to eapi-
If our present method of per ng
the State to tax the properties of the
several counties is to be continued, I
am in favor of a State Board of Famli-
Mntan, whose duty it shall be tosee
Gtat values are so adjusted in each
S county of the State that such county
.ahll pay only its just share of the bur-
den of taxation, and that the power
S appoIting such board should be aso re-
| boved from political influences, by leg-
lative enactment, as to insure that
otng but competent and reliable men
u hdl constitute such board, and, if
aeesumary, they should qualify by a
S Oar alsminstion as to theipeapabil-
S .I a n favor of a license t -so a re-
ts4dfag infuence upon such buimesees
MEMO tupat s as the legislatum may
Iadviaeble to exist under police
tean see no justice in requiring a mer-
| seat, doing a legitimate business, to
k9 an ad valorem tax on hia stock in
ad, in addition thereto, a liqsewe
to condnct suvh business. it -
-BI a n favwr f a ekber collection at
aM taxes that are assessed and am qep
pend to the sale of lands or non-AY I
mat of taxes against which the State
W county may hold any unredeemed tax
As a member of the Pardoning Board,
I woold be opposed to the indiscriminate
pardosnng of criminsis
I believe that all property should bear
it just and equal proportion of the ex-
Sof the government. I am old-
Bd etn oul h to old that the pp-
lty holdingsof the wealthier classes,
Stie i dvidual as well as the corporation.
* hsd be taxed in the same proportion
to its value as that of the humblest cit-
Lms. If I should be elected Comptrol
r, I pledge my best efforts to bring
but this reult-that is, that the in-
dvkludal citizen with small holdings shall
bear no greater proportion of the bur-
d of taxation tha his more fortunate
brother, who may be the possessor of
iLmutsew emeat. should be made
between State and coun tL tax cer.-
fc H tr redesme I wiJM l
t tat will provide for *clerk of
Kl I mot court remitting rthe coma
bealr the State's proportion of th
mmeyS and turning over to the count
SHwhis belogs to the county.
I e ve In an economicalue
Sof the affair of of emB
There i too much Incla fto
o the ctuenship fthe
Taxea should be expeg for
thq we collegted, anid ev~


r may as poeaies me a MM
ealttoed to the ostat.
Cavor of the moat rii secooo-

01Zin of the ofe in such
s would be least burdeaaso
T. J. APPLEYARD,
Candidate for Cmto|
tfi StteofFlorida.
ty, MB.. April 8. 1908.
i. re Tag
ra W ranB)te-1820 crjinr
*a mes 10 eengf up,
^*leiM cent eaeb. aMl eas
_-,at.* pro~tor per*?
aad saml u*.
ILO^ .i^


Letter to J3a5m a.L
Tallahaess, Fla.
Dear Sir: The wear of paint oes by e .
gallons; the lees-gallons paint wears
longest. The reason, of course is i ts
strength. It takes le gallons beMwaue
it is strong; it weara long time, be-
cause it is strong. It is all-paint and
the strongest paint.
There as a best paint am all-paint *
paints. No two are alike ofcourse;no
two cover alike or wear hks. One is
thin, another is thick; one has too much
lead, another too much zine, another Is
right. The right i Devoe, so far as a
yet known. Perhaps oebod t
will And-out a better paint thM
then Devoe will become a
paint, a eoatlier paint, a weaker
a lee-durable paint, a leaa t I
paint, a timid paint. l
Sha the ad;,
qib alJDM to somebody-
eh~i Tomr truly,
F. W. DEVOE & CO.
l.-Gilmore.& Davis Co. sell our

AL RT W. GILCHIST. G il
a efat. For Governor of Florida.








If You


The Crisi
The Situa
The Cure

GET BUSY
Io faction, machine or rin. broaht him out.
Hem e st s candidates IaNGa had-
so WBillb-e..to-reeive thOat.c LOO1
borporathist MW satihe -rpteM d the epel
mla. Cians wd the Jews, dof the
TMUi tl,:MPMsado mi I "m t wodM
eon a oeept su pporat trhe Pharimees.
e eorpmtin emat de witheat the Vewts
t om ew The Hous
ON s .MW ., ... .be H ou
Prim sM he m inde d er theetaoin your.
A.texKot ele a mtet tou. "heHasn't go
WMrO "Pro" orvse emUctord *md 1ot/ .; w
His to .o n l Plumbing
*t *a "W Pe : ,tr.8 Gas Fitti
ia men sad he kaoews what it mern ae oe Water

fe@ Mhsw beMribeed "e ea Wesbe e Mft h
vote." He doees nMtot trdeof asie
dt l oir. bedew st atheM PHOI
Rheumatlem.
More than nine out of every ten came R J P ]
of rheumatism are simply rheumatism
of the muscles, due to cold or damp
weather or chronic rheumatism. In
seuh cases no aIternal treatment Is
required. The free application of
Cramberlain's Unlment Is all that Is
eeed, and It Is certain to sie quick
et Give it a trial and see fbr your- "Bold
haif how julckly It relieve, the panla _
amd sorenem. Price, 25 cents; large
ulas. 50 cents. Sold by Tallahasse We have
Dru Co. We ave
Te ac For Sale. under tl
A nice lot of Cuba, Leon raised to- Holmes
laes for sale. Apply to 8. C. FlemCure, tha
1 be one of
dies for

ket. A
) vince you

il Remember we


To BIYRLD& CO,9

STDmass. f orws

Alwas Hinwk tM Pw*st
-AS h "mri*Cwhompr


Go to Sehoema
the RuselU Waro
the arthe tbat ,
well i.--

Pair good drivia
for sale asp. A
N. Keith.


hctbmrhs0- 1,
Delicacies.


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BURNS &


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S Since the hard time we have marked
o uit the occasion. We do not claim to ell hb
low COST., it is nnotnecMM, as we have m cb Sdid
values inGA WARE,4 C A of da e
GLASS &WAE that is equal in looks to GT IAS
and all kid of HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to
mention.
Our 10,,15 and 25c co,'ter cannot be beat for VAL-
UES. On these counters we have ambled the warm
of AME A and EUROPE. Allgoods marked in plain
figures. don't fail to visit our store if 0 8you wish to ve
money.


LMOR.E b DAVIS CO., 0Ic.w

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i're Hit.


s is Past
lion is clearing
is in Work.



K HAPPY

DON'T KICK

e that wants
Business
t the Grunts."
, Steam and
ng, Priviate
and Light
ant.
NE 80.

HILLIPS.






a preparation
ie name o f
Laxative Cold
t we believe to
the best reme-
Colds and La-
w on the mar-
trial will con-


gurantee Satis-
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e sell.



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Light weight Underwear, and every-


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Men's Furnishings


Offered at Popular Prices by



BURNS & CO.


Park Avenue and Monroe St.'s

Tallahassee, Fla.


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


Dressers from $5.00 up.

Beds from $3.00 up.

%*s from 50uts~p.


CO.


Have a Full and Complete Line of

Neckwear in Popular Styles and Shades


for


EASTER.


Hats, Shoes,


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WaUAR A. Raomuaan.
Voter of LeAM Coaty :

* s mrof fried I havode-
__UMttm as u County
No. t the Democrti
banking one and all for sup-


-- i ni. mamweammo Repeetfully. E. C. BSrru.
top ee Shser faull To the Democratic Voters of Laon County:
a Id f* Iaan unce myself a candidate for Con-
w ire le trdummieefor District Nc 1. subject to me.
SSead t" my wl i os ef the Demooratle Primaries.
4ll es pectfully. W. F. YamaouoM.
ggy woar Ml h I W l that To the Democratic Voters of County Commission.
a % PJ tha t I sght arve them en Distriet No. Leon County. Forida:
e Umy t 0"mr nd wNre be l herubyannounce my candidacy for the ose of
il btI l h6 a th r aiS i*se Ua tim p01t. County Commissioner for District No. 2. Lwon
G o. W. WAL.La. county, subject to nomination by the coming Dem-
Soeratic Primary, and respectfully ask your sup-
To the Voters fthe oseodJndiil Circuit, eam- port forw aid nomination.
Sl theim Oates of LooN Jeufftra Gad- If nominated and elected, I pledge myself to
deaLiberty. Calhouna. m t and Wakulls: smrve yor interstate faithfully and well, and to
...1.. serve also the best interests of the people of the
Rsavias amluded to become a candidate for whole county.
tabts Attor fer said Distrit,. I shall be very Yours very respectfully.
to_ aT u jr support at the coming RICHARD G. JOHNsoN.
SM- atatl'-dfla rou to fuflU the duties
M M1 aes" totbe Ty of my Iegal know. To the Democratic Voters of the Third Commis.-
If elsted. sioner's District. Leon County:
rinal as ever. as to the days of the past. I beg to announce that I am a candkldate for re-
whean wes t e meng yoe pleading the causeof election to the office of County Commissioner for
true Desao erw. whe it was then ne5Oesary to the Third District in the coming primary.
plwed. Yours to oMmandAr J. W. COLLINS.
NAT. R. WALtUa.
--- To the Democratic Voters of the 6th Commission-
FOR COUNTY JUDGE. or's District. Loon County :
FOR COUNTY JUDGE. It it by the continued solicitation of many of my
< Havin*served now for more than a year as friends I announce my candidacy for County Com-
Coasty Judge of Leon County. Florida. I hereby missioner for the 5th Conamissioner's District, and
saounce myIf as a candidate for election to sineerely ask the support of all Democrats on the
that ofic j. subject to the atioa of the Democratic 19th of Ma,. 190LI elected I pledge myself to
Primary. I pledge, it elected. a faithful and im- the faithful duties of the office.
partial attendance to the duties of the offie. I am yourrrespectfully,
B. A. M iNmuma. E. E. MCDANIZL.
Ss To the Democratic Voters of Leon County:
To the D ocrate Voters o Leo County : A number of my friends having requested me
1 hereby announce myself a" a candidate for the to do no, I hereby announce for re-election as
position of County Judge, subject to the atilon of County Commissioner from County Commission-
the Democrat s Prim y. her's District No. 3. having served you faithfully
l n akin this announcement I wish at the and succseafully before. I promise to give the
same UNe to thank my friems throughout the duties of the responsible office my best attention.
ea "ty not anrf the spendid vote they gve me soliciting your support.
t sat prtaary but alo for tir aay ex. RspectfuUy. JoRN C. MooRE.
prastesBa sfed will and e-Bpuraaemeat during
ea patst two years. To the Democratie Voters of Leon County:
U elted. I will .per.em te dut of the e s oac I hereby announce myself fas a candidate for
aithfully and meciestms'. County Commissioner for CommissioMer's District
HowAaD GAMasL. No. 1. subject to the action of the Democratic
* -_ Primary Election. and promise my best service if
FOR Tf ,w Oelected. Sole iting your support.
FOR TRIPAIUAM D Respectfully. L & Caunp.
Snounce mself a andatef o Demanmna Ele :
Man d mreo Motoaas 1T"Nsum of Leom hereby announce that I anm a caidate before
ft bJeet to TJe 0- -t-M--t the*--s the D5moemratic Primim Bletiis for Ounty
Primary H tob held tfo suh PCommissioner from CommissloneaW' District No.4.
Sthank all of ries f the ir past I eleetd I rromlee to give the @ce my beat at-
and aupet, ad w5l mpreeiate rto tention, soliciting the support ofnDeumooas.
Sgawa their ture a emppert this l Respectfully. W. IL. HOPma.
JOW MSpet uy, PMM
Joun RAsLE PasUl a.


FOR RUM"?.
Nib spowl


FOR MEMBERS OF THB SCHOOL BOARD.
1 dm. to take advantage of thbe epetunlty to
tkm*ttaool of La- ort M M rruW= hom-
see w~two terms we i oarft od
iiPtet laos e nty, re asaatiaM
khool Distriet I:umber Theo of L mason ty.
I hereby ansenae tayslf as a eaddate fe a-
setlsm to the -me polnm fer th eois team,.
midaest toearenatie by the Demoemate Primary.
I pelat with mpew to th reat impvemeat Of


.7a..asses M. LAUM W ear w-htepubilie s 1o0 -y-Nap- t, which
-* B has taken Ptaesaem.awt lsmea eoodarirn
103 CLpemu~meK1it three years aider i ts9vA p tescol dat *


S-. -.Pll- _UO e having a he ebhM tes ade lt in thi owsd
_-o work. d plad-e myself to deaD na my pewr t
__ iVsa~Ud g sive my m peno tI further aim ensts a ta I Ia
1era id > h twith aorterm.
"- m-BC^ DAweox BoAtwTeaus.
V anW Im sr T P am0.4
STo the Demoerat Voters of School Distriet No.
---""ea- Ceenty. FlrtiMi:
d iwt hereby anngeime Ad Infr the *e
work N. tledge too at n=es



s!_~dea m at o Coanty, Florida:
W OeAmeeJ I hereby anonce my eadidacy fo the *8o*
ma IW gi m ti Member of thae oae PMble entlon for
it to- .. m_ D.-riet ow Io: Loon Tto.0 to suln-


----.w. A. unirLT. tomby thea ominr Dunoerst ePinsi. and re-
IO S W sketfJfj your su for maid neminatile.
n TA w.OR I and _t_ pledge mysdel to
-,-- ...... serve your interests falthfu and well, and to
,. e _e .m vet- M Im, 3L serve also the best interests the people of the
'- m ^ "^ i Teoure vw R respectfully, r u.
p I To the Demoerasti Votes of School trit No.
*At the s.listot *om of nmoer nty. Ffed I




have d d to become a candidates bor the
Me laeluuctl faum DisaIct No .3 and asliett yoar
s To thet Deme.iratie Vetoers of Le ia Cnty :

Selsa Coune uorT atodL

rrto r TA Iher tbynaAn iaa s er.t
.WA District the DIofeuMsn Veouo of L$a DtyL ido
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We are unusually well equipped to &g* our ptrons
the very best srvice'in all line of buildim Calf o
if you are contemplating any kind of buildinsA.We can
save you aMOWy.
Kiln Dried Dread Lumber, Mouldings, T Col-
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THE TRUE DEMOCtAT.
ju4 L. CSLLu Nebushgh.

PULUInHD Y URT FrIDAT MOMCMO.

DRAINAGE BOARD
TO BE ENJOINED

Three Ceompales Agala ring Pr.-

Once more has the federal courtben
petitioned to enjoin and restrain Gover-
nor Broward and his fellow-mambers
of the Florida Board of Drainage Com-
missioners and the tax collectors of the
counties of the State in which are lo.
cated the Everglade drainage district
from collecting the acreage tax of fiv
cents per acre levied on certain
within that district by order of thwe
Board of Drainage Commissioners.
A little more than two years ago
ilar suits were instituted and a
mal injunction was granted rme
the collection of an acreage
under the law of 1906, that
declared by the court to be unetitu-
tional and void. The Leg B of
1907 passed a new drainage lag, which,
the advocates of the Goveraors pet
scheme, declared had cured all defects
in the old law, and again asocreage tax
has been levied on the bmis in the
drainage district.
Yesterday three separate id distinct
suits were filed in the Unfd' States
Court for the Southern Distrt of Flor-
ida, in which the court is a to en-
join and restrain the collect of the
acreage tax on lands owned peti-
tioners within the drainage dJMet.
PLAINTIFFS AND DEFENDANIL
Major Alexander St. Clair-Abra
as solicitor for the plaintiff, filed a bill
for injunction on behalf of the Model
Land Company, a corporation d l char-
tered and existing under the laws of
the State of Florida, against Napoleon
B. Broward, as Governor A. C. Croom,
as State Comptroller; William V. Knott,
as State Treasurer ; William H. Ellis,
as State Attorney-Genera. Benjamin
McLin, as State Commis=air of Agri-
culture and against the officers
as the Board of Drainage Cmmiasion-
ers; Thomas J. Hardee, as tax collec-
tor of Dade county, and Geooge 0.
Butler, as tax assessor of Iade county.
Another action of exactly similar
character was brought by the Florida
East Coast Railway Company against
the same defendants copposing the
Board of Drainage Comnlgisoners and
against the same tax coletor and tax
assessor of Dade county.
And then came a third bill for injunc-
tion filed by Cooper & Cooper and E. J.
L'Engle, as solicitors i the Southern
States Land and Tinl Company an
organization incorpor under the aws
of the State of L against the
same defendants cormpinf the Board
ot Drainage Comm ar.d also
against Thomas J. Ha tax collec-
tor ot Dade county ; W: C. Langford,
tax collector of DeSoto ty, and C.
0. Swanson, an tax co tr of Lee
county. 1
CASES OF SUk
In the case brought the Model
Land Company the bill is for an
injunction to prevent muin plity of
suits; to prevent and removelouds on
title to land; to declare undoostitu-
tional and void a tax for drainge and
for relief.
The petitioner sets up that It is now
and has been for several years the
owner in fee simple of 117,064.1 acres
ot land lying and situate in theeounty
of Dade, upon which a tax of 5 cents
per acre has been levied, under and by
virtue of section 5079, Laws of Florida.
The petitioner alleges that a lie por-
tion of this land is of little od value,
and has not a value exceed 00 per
acre. Also that some is asaed at
the rate of 5 cents per acre as drain-
age tax that is not worth exce- 650
cents per acre, and that the tae ollec-
tor is proceeding to collect t said
acreage tax.
It is alleged by the petitisoner that
100,000 acres of land owned b other
persons, and corporations within the
said drainage district, have been en-
tirely omitted, aC|areexeipt from the
payment of the s drain tax.
The petitioner prays for a writ of in-
junction to be delivered ta the defend-
ants both pendente lite ad perpetual,
as a Boardof Drainage ormrnoners
and individual.


I Notice was also filed to the effect
that application will made for an
order of injunction MAprU 18, at which
time the defendant mot appear and
answer to the petia.
IN4VERVAI'OMUNTIB8.
In the suit brought r the Southern
States Land and Timber Company, the
complainant sets up that it owns 332,-
247 acres of land in Dadt eomnty; 108,-
56 acres in DeSoto u and 158,120
acres in Lee county, all within the dis-
triet that has been dated as a
drainage district, and o i a tax of
5 cents per acre has bealWvied.
It is set forth that t in said
district comprise pine, hammock and
grazing lads of di&rut character
from the las in t vw ladea and
adapted for en and
i set fort under the drainage
district t a defendants have
levied and arem to enforce a
uniform tax of acre upon all
the lands in tdto the

o he& tha-t n as o a
Me heM r theesea


tually and at this time swamp or over-
flowed within the sase of that term.
WANTS TAXES SEPARATED.
The complainant prays that the tax
collectors be enjoined and restrained
from advertising or selling petitioner's
land or other property for the purpose
of enforcing payment of state and
county taxes thereon in the respective
counties unless and until the said re-
spective tax collectors shall severally
fie their answers in this suit, consent-
ing to receive the payment of said state
and county taxes without paymem d
same time of the said acreage
cents pr acre, levied and impo
set forth in the bill.
In the bill filed the FloWrlat
Coast Railw!, It s ast forth
that the M60,M71 sare of
lm waiy winthe t drain.-
allegationM and
mi~wrlilaf ara similar in nearly
i -eapet with those in the bill of
Land Company.
S WAT COMPLAINANT SEEKS.
Taking one bill as a sample of all it
is shown that the complainants pray the
court to findand declare drainage act
laws of Florida, to be in violation of
the con-titutlons of the United States
and of the state of Florida, and to be
therefore, null. void and without effect.
To declare the minutes proceedings
and acts of the board of drainage com-
missioners, in the levying of an acreage
tax of 6 cents per acre to be illegal,
null and void.
To declare the attempted assessment
in Dade, DeSoto and Lee counties is
void, and constitutes a cloud upon the
title of the lands of the petioners, up-
on which the tax was levied.
To declare that the attempted levy of
the board of danaMg commissioners
affords no legal justification or author-
ity for the defendant tax collectors of
the said counties to collect the acreage
tax, or to enforce the same by levy,
sale, etc.
PRAYER FOR INJUNCTION.
The prayer for injunction, both pen-
dents lite and permanent, asks the
court to issue its orders restraining the
board of drainage commissioners from
assessing or levying the tax, to which
objection is made, on the lands of the
complaining company.
To enjoin the tax collectors of Dade,
DeSoto and Lee counties from collect-
ing or attempting to collect the acreage
tax.
To enjoin the same tax collectors
from levying upon and selling the lands
of the complainant in enforcing the
levy of the special acreage tax.
The bill closes with the prayer for
the writ of subpoena, comm"ning the
defendants to appear and answer the
bill of the complainant, etc.--Times-
Union, 12th.
Important Decision.
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Leon County Peltcs.
Editor True Democrat:
If one will ponder and think about
the conditiondition of Leon county's affairs
they could not help but want a change
in many ways, from governor down to
constable.
We have just passed through a money
panic in the last few months that
caused bankers, merchants,4nd million-
aires to put on their thinking caps aad
wonder what the consequences would
be before it came to an end. Just so
with the polities and politicians of Leon
county and the one-horse tarmnner voters.
After all the hard times in money
matters have clouded the sunny skies
of Leon county, still our hard-earned
money flows freely from the Treasurer's
vault over its area, as though it grew
on trees.
Our taxes are still being increased
year after year, and for all that, it isa
Impossible to get enough money ahead
in the treasury to meet the demands of
our county officers, yet it seems Leon
county is sufficiently strong to help
build railroads, especially the Florida
Central. At Miceosukie their survey
traced our pubhe road one hundred ad
twenty-five ardo, which was as good a
piece of rad as there is on the Micco-
sukie and Tallahasee road, of eighteen
miles, and knowing that if thej graded
down that distance that they ( I..Co.)
would have to cut out a now road, which
would have cost them $76 or $100 to do,


so they put in to dupe our county com-
missioners, to open up a public high-
way in another place, which they so-
ceeded in doing. The contract was let
to cut out the road and build a ten-foot
bridge for which the county had to pay
two hundred dollars in clean cash, the
hard-earned money of the poor one-
horse farmers of the county. .
Now, voters, what are we to do with
cuch management of ourcount affairs.
Shall we still support such officers as
now handle the reins of affairs, or
shall we make a change. Have we
any better stuff or material that we
can depend on to cut down our expens-
es, so as to get our taxes lowered, if
so let's trot him out.
Compare Thomas county's workings
of the county commissioners with those
of Leon county and it will ahnost
make a black cat blush. VOTER.

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SitA.


Th readers t of this ael mub
pleased to I arn that at at
one dreaded Hudreedaolas fortan cas
been able to cure. S st and
that is Ca s atarr Care is
the poitert now known to the
home.i cisni i te s m a onlsti-
tuntioles t nti Han a Catarrh Core
tl taunio_ really, aetndairect uan
te e by des the found-
iath disease, d the psa-
Sn stre th by buikln r apt sconsti.
atnton ad and ssis nature in doing its
work. The propton bave so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer Oe Hundred DOUara for any cae
that t fails to cur. Sed forist of
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
ledo. Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Aug. 16-tf.

Cbaabs 1peerad a-d LoadL
Chaires, April 14.-Miss Allaen
Johnson entertained the Junior Ep-
worth Laguera Saturday afternoon at
her homo, combining the monthly busi-
ness meeting with the social. The lit-
tle Juniors are alert and active, and it
is interesting to watch their enthusi-
asm. It is so y to mold the plastile
mind of childhood in right directions,
and once started right it is very apt to
so continue. It is very necee sar that
their exuberant spirits should flow in
the channels of the League.
Mrs. Joseph Dupree and two children
are visiting relatives in North Carolina.
Mrs. Harley Boyd, who, in company
with her sister from Live Oak, lef for
a visit to her old home in Alabama ten
days ago, had the misfortune to lose
her trunk, and no trace of it can be
found.
Mr. William Hightower went up to
the Capital City Saturday and returned
Sunday with his wife, who is regaining
some of her former strength. Mrs.
Hightower will not begin housekeeping
again for some time yet, but will visit
her relatives, she being at present
with Mrs. Bradford Chaires.
Mr. Miles Johnson, of Centreville,
visited Mr. Wm Johnson Sunday night,
attending the Methodist church ser-
vices.
On account of some sickness and some
away visiting, there were not so many
out as usual to the Sunday morning
preaching service, but the suali attend-
ance was noted in the evening. Mr.
Mickler delivered with much liberty his
sermon from the second verse of the
one hundredth Psalm.
Mr. B. C. Williams, of quincy, spent
Sunday m Chaires and vicinity. While
here he wastheguest of Mr.G.W. Pat-
terson.
Mr. Wm. Roberts was in the burg a
few minutes last Wednesday. He said
he came down to get some fine new
grass which Mr. D. S. Fisher, of Tam-
pa, has introduced on his farm here,
although said thip grass cannot be
succefuy in our section of the
country. We believe, however, that
Mr. Roberts was attempt ing to "kill
two birds with one stone." He is a
candidate, you know.
Mr. and Mrs. Rondeau Miller and
Miss Willie Duncan drove over from
Black Creek Sunday evening to the
church services.
MiRs Lilla Smith spent Saturday and
a portion of Sunday with her parents
here.
Mr. Frank Powell was also a visitor
here Saturday and Sunday..
Mrs. Patterson scompanoed her son
Mr. J. H. Patterson, to the Capital
City today. She will visit her daughter,
Mrs. I S. Patterson, wife of the popu-
l pastorof Trinity M. E. Chrhe .
Rev. and Mrs. Mkler spent the day
yesterday with Tallahassee relatives.
Mr Fannie Chai man left Cor her
home in Maravn Yterday, after a
visit to her niece.Mrs. G. W. Patter-
son. Mrs. C.'s visit was shortened be-
cause of the arrival home of a favorite
niece, a young girl who is soon to leave
for the foreign mission field, and bshe
desires to be with her and her mother
who is saddened by the thought of part-
in with her only child, Ger other
daughter having a short while ago.
Mrs. Chatmsa is a lovely
character, having been teacher of a
certain clar of boys in her home Sun-
day School for 40 years. She is now


es connested-with the terstate R.
R. Gemmis s. He wrote hts mothr
while there about th Ganmd Union.


Station just completed at a cost of
twenty-one mllio dollars, also of his
intention to visit the Capitol with some
of his ree ave friends and see
them laws.
NH e i W* **PPTO
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nipples and chapped hands Chamber-
lain's Salve is most euesllet It al-
lays the pain of a bun almost Ita
ly, and unless the InTury is very sNVO,
heals the parts without leaving a scar.
Price, 25 coeta. For sale by TalO
bassee Drug Co.
marleas4AUeS.
Mr. Magness Barinewa and Miss Mlla
a Allen was married at te home of
e bride's pam t last Wednemday,

he bride is one of LooAe o ety's
most charming young lad es she is
thought well byevery ome who knew
her. The m reo isk me -f Lem


TNtI of A--loraer M
Notice 1 hereby gives that the sader-
saged will, ea Monday, e e t ay f& May.
A. D. 9 aappy l o the Heameo "e X. L
Browared, ovroer of the State of tifors,
for Loetto Pateat ae rptla the La-
mark Hotel Compay tollowlag
Charter:
J. P. WillIama, A. MeTywr,
J. W. Callahan. W. L. Moore
John R. Sharps, J. C. O'Dl,.
J. 0. Hatch
PROPOSiD CHARTER OF THE LANARK
HOTbL COMPANY.
Article I.
Xow he nm Ooef foan.
The sam of ts eorporatio shall be The
Lanark H eotl CoaiM aa Its pal
place of bulmeos 1 "1 bo at TlablIao
ia the County of Loea, la tahe ate of FW
Ida, with such breach office established
elsewhere In the United States as th Boeard
of Directors may determine upon.
Article 11.
Oesrel jeoeof *of sAhe meiow So 9e
The general aatuer of the busnesla to be
tranmacted by thi corporation shall be the
construction, purebahs, als, lease aad
operation of hotels, a boa boauses and
features of amusement tcldmt tbeto; sand
to buy, sell, eachangel. mrtgab sad coavey
real and personal property; to loan aad
borrow money; ad to take mortgages and
other securities; to construct, operate, leans
and control traip ways; to operate, control
and manage launches, ferrise and others
agencies of transportation on inland waters
and within the limits of the State of Ilor-
Ida's jurisdtlctio as preerlibed by the Ae.
of Congress and the laws of Florida ; and to
engage nla any and all ktinad of businesses
that may be-o cident to or connected with,
or necessary to the proper development and
conduct of the businesses of thil corpor-
ation; to have, enjoy and exercise all rights,
powers and privileges granted to corpora-
tions for profit by the laws of the State
of Florida, and the United States of
America.
Article III.
The a pital stock of thib corporation
shall be Twenty-flve Thousand Dollars. to
be divided Into two hundred and fifty shares
of the par value of One Hundred Dollars
per shabare, all or-any part thereof to be
paid In cash, or for and on account of
services. labor and property at a Just valu-
ation thereof to be fixed by the Incorpor-
atore at a meeting held for that purpose
by the Directore.
Article IV.
ERoutence.
This corporation shall perpetually exist.
Article V.
Oteere.
The buialnees *f this corporation shall be
conducted by a President, Vice-Presldent.
Secretary and Treasurer, and a Board of
Dilrectors to consist of not less than three
nor more than seven, and such other of-
flcers and agents as the Board of Directors
may from time to time provide. Any two
of such offices may be held by one and the
same person. The offices so provided for
shall be elected at the annual meeting of
the Stockholders, which shall be held on the
twelfth day of November of each and every
year. except when the same shall fall on
Sunday. and then on the day succeeding.
The officers who shall manage the affairs
of this corporation until the election of their
successors at the first annual meeting of the
Stockholders after the granting of Letters
Patent shall be: W. L. Moor, President;
J. C. O'Dell. Vice-President; J. 0. Hatch.
Secretary and Treasurer; J. P. Williams, J.
W. Callahan, J. C. O'Dell. J. 0. Hatch W
L. Moor. J. R. Sharpe and R. A. MeTyer,
Directors.
The Directors shall meet annually Imme-
diately after the adjournment of the'annual
msettng of the Stoehboldot .
Article VI.
NhAesft Amo*nt of Indebtednese.
The highest amount of Indebtedaess or
liability to which this corporation can at
any time subject Itself shall be FIfty
Thousand Dollars. I
Article VII.
The Neee ed ReeMdeces of ubwribeVe.
The names and resildences of subscribere
to the capital stock of this corporation,
with the amount of capital stock sub-
scribed for by each, are as follows :
J. P. Willhims. Savannah, Ga.. 48 shares.
J. W. Callahan., Balnbridge. Ga., 5 shares.
J. I. Sharpe, Balnbridge, Ga.. 8 shares.
J. 0. Hatch. Savannah. Ga., 8 shares.
R. A. McTyer. Balnbridge, Oa.. I sbare.
W. L. Moor. Tallabasser. Fla.. I share.
J. C. O'Dell, Bainbridge, (a., I share.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OR FRANKLIN.
Before me. Dan' O0. Neel, a Notary Pub-
lic In and for said State and County. per-
wellknown to be the person who subscribed
to the foregolng proposed Charter of the
Lanark Hlotel Company, and being by me ouiy
sworn did acknowledge that he signed the
same aa and for bls own free act and deed
for the uses and purpooe therein metioned.
Witness my hand and notarial seal this
12 day of March, A. D. 1008.
(Reni) I)AN'L. 0. NFEL.
Notary Public In and for the State of
Florlda at Large. My Commislon ex-
ptree Nov. 20, 1.,10.
srTAT OF GEORGIA,
COUNTY OF CHATHAM.
Before me. R. T. WInller. Jr.. a Notary
Public In and for the said State and County.
personally appeared J. O. Hatch, to me well
known to be the person who subcribed to
the foregoing proposed Charter of the
Lanark Hotel Company, and being by me
dulty sworn did acknowledge that he signed
the same s and for ms own frte act and
deed for the uses and purpees therein men-
WItness my hand and notarial eal this
27 day of February A. D. 18R. ,
(Seal) R. T. WALLER, JR.,
Notary Publie Ia and tor the Stato of
Georgia. Chatham County. My Commi.
slin explre May lOt. 1910.


STATE Or GBOGIA.
COrNTT OF DBCATUL.
Before Se i. B. Frolk. a Notary Public In
and for said tate and County,
peared J. W. Callaban. J. L larpe,
MeTyer and J. C. O'Dell, to me well known
to be the persons wo subsrribed to the fore-
N prposed Charter of tb Laeark Hotel
pany. and being by me duly swora did
eeb for himself sad neither for the other
ackeowlodge that he slamd the soae as
and forbh own tree art and deed for the
mses and purpose therein mentioned.
WItSem my band and notarial mal this
* day of Manrh, A. D. 1908.
(Seal) S. B. FOLK,
Notary Public in and for the Btate of
Georgia, Decatur County. My Commis-
Ion epires 191.__
STATO orFrLOBDA.
RoBere mo. NMllie *. Bassett. a Notary
Putbteo I 1sad fr the State f floria a
lIarxe I W. L movrto
am$ =pets who sub
ow e Uja ses est
duly swor M J teS at Io i
do w fmor wle ft. -.


411 A.


NOTML

Aakou c fa a I qWrtWf. :
to All Whom It May Coeers:-
Notie Is eebtvs that as T eo N .
the twelfth day M7#yA. D. 1W9 4 4 .
o'clock la I the us rl.O at M
Leo M coaEtrs tis as to aW b6a
pleotli wlh be ade by the
r at o the Cit o lahe
CoustrV eta of Flddak to eth
Joba mW.alkse, Ju d ea e
Court of the sesee sJ Iela3CAl @ t.
Floreda r a esw 6 ter a
osew sad by virtuen the LawO .
8tate ot Florida r latiteg the
of a corporatlsm am fsintr ot se
corpo a to the asM U shall Fir
of Christ, aestls k o Talls .as
aad which eet tie Is la boe l a b i
the CRtY at Cowaty88, L esCunt y
tl oM a tenehna" e1 ObJiMt o, the oft, "I
ba. be to stablisad ah sma tala a
sa passes Churehi to proin
Gospel of Jaes the rlbt, wt i
eol ad hesto the siea", ad is res
the Bible, ad tr by" the ,
salesre teat baee, a
Key to th Serioptem by Mary
a be. The mam bo oe tahis oeafttt
h hiT be t dhe rgu a al Pb w-
mose an believe is ad strtictly ab to
the toaebhla eof Chrlstisa daleso as mO-W
talaod la i h Bible ad said test book,
Pmeleace ad Health, with Key to t"e rd.
turse, sad as subscribe to t heM
thereof, sad so may be alooted to saeebr.-
ship la aid Christilan Selsee Chanrb sa-
cordi to the motbod wheh May be
videda the By-Laws of amad ChA ub. Thoe
corporatl on shall have perpetual omlsteaes
soad tMh aair thereof are to beaaa
by a Board of Six Directors, a Pa9 t4 0
Clerk and a Treasurer. The Board e
Directors shall be elected a ally at heas
aneaol eete of the members of the Cor.
r which seId anbual aeenu ag is to be byd
on the o e ond WeIsodays a beraery of
each and every year and ta Ou et Isela
isl to be bold on the second Wedesdat id
February. A. D. 1909. and the Prs t.h
Clerk and Tresourwr re to be elected as-
uamlly by the Board of Director Isma-
diatey a the eleoteum of said Board of
Directors. The By-Laws of the corpora.
ties are to be made, altered or reseladed by
the Board of Diretonrs as ay be provided
In said ByLaws. The highest amount of
Indebtedness or liability to whieh the oer-
hall be fifty thotisad dollars and the mid
corporation may hold real estate to the
amount of o.e hundred thousand dollars.
The names of the officers who are to man-
age the affairs of this corporation until
the first annual election as provided for nla
the Charter are as follows: -
W. C. Lewis President.
Florence B. German Clerk.
A. Ellsabeth Argyle Treasurer.
Mary E. Lewis Director.
luella C. Randolph Director.
Hayward Randolph Director.
s. Elisabeth Argyle Director.
Florence B. Gorman Director.
W. C. Lewis Director.
The names and residence of the sub.
scribers to said Charter, and hereto, are
as follows:-
J. T. Hines Tallahasem. Florida.
Clara Lewis Tallahassee. Florida.
R. Elilabetb Argyle Tallahassee. Florida,
Mildred C. Aryle Tallahaosee, Florida.
W. C. Lewis Tallahassee, Florida.
lo Witness Whereof we have here to
signed our names this the 8th day of A 1.
A. D. 1908. at Tallahassee. Lon ,
State of Florida. A
J. T. HINE S
CLARA LNwa8.
01. ELIZA3EBTR AROYT
MILDRED A YROL
W. C. LEWiS.
Nedce of veluata y u uat
NOFICR 18 BWREBT GIVEN THAT AT A
Wading me the steekbowers Of the Taylr4
Conty state Bk dd b t the ow of
Tayer omuty,. Floria ea sthe b der ay -f
=1MW It wae de `ed bro Vteeef theonk.
a, eald b oakwaa two-t4Mede of fthie0-
tel stoek. that aid S ak omwa so its 111-4
daom anad be loomd. ad uistes I frther iv
that the said Talor County State Bank 1 e974
up its affar. An esetoare whereby to
prgent their laim against the im Tald
County State Bank for pearment.o,
the aId lor Cety State Beak. l
TAYLR COUNTY TATE BAMK.
By J. T. Blair. ts PresdenLt
Atteet-W. A. HaxY. Cashier. 1-4t
Stasmat.
Made as required by Section U. Chapter UK
Showing the amount ef taxes ehar to the
Tax Colleetor" of Le Co ora. Sob
collected for the current yer M. and the M
tomment of the -me to the reveal f..Z
which taxes have bees levied:
Total tax for the yrear 13...... ...N,N n
Aamut paid to April 1. IMS....- g.7S.S
Balance................. M..0 n
APPORTIONM3*
General Revenue.........S gM.US.U
Amount paid to April 1, 190. 1. T.M n
Amount paid to April 1,ll0t. s1.,- 1J41el n
Poul .................... l.5*
Amount paed to April 1.1MB6.. 84 a- NMOW
Vine sad Forfeitue... ....-_
Reads and k4igss..........J. 5.e i
AmountppMto AprilL 1M0.. _l45.5r 5.NU .A

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A Common Mistake.


Many women mistake kidney ad
bladder troubles for some Irregular
Ity peculiar to the sex. Fole's K
Remedy corrects trreularitiet
makes women well. Miss Carri e 3a.
den, Bowling Ores, Ky., VwritEs:
suffered much pala from kUder .
bladder trouble until I tarte to
Maey's Kidney Remedy. Ibist*
tie gave me great relief, and m t
lag the second bottle I was
well." Bold by all drua.sta .

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o d*Yta blame then for your run-
l "Not the leat. I blamemy hard
STb ydeian shook his head. He
lsI a kavexed way. Then he took a
eat of a gsla Jar.
B 3F your am*
ue Btte fond barred his n
a other lM the lean b"
anaeit. The leeh fell to work
dlly. asboadybeato swell. Then,
all of a sudden, a kd of ahudd eon-
v W d it. aadit fellto the floor dead.
"'That is what yor blood did to the
leech," 'maid the Beian. He took up
the Uttleorp ewe h tisfer
thumb. "'Lookatlt,"heaid. "Quite
dead, you see. You poisoned it."
"I gue it wasn't a healthy leech, in
the flOt paef" said the cigarette
amakr. a llk*


"Wan't h thy, eh ? Well, we'll We want two or three men in each '^^'^^ ^ ^
try -aain. county to place catalogues and adver- Mesrs. T. M. Moore, W. H. Hopkins
And the physician clapped two leeches tise our Family Supply Union Depart- and John H. Davidson, of Vereen were
on the you man's thin arm. meant $18.00 per week salary with op- among our subscribers who made the
"If they bothdie," said the patient, portunity for extra commissions. Per- office pleasant visits Saturday.
"I'll swear off-or, at least, I'll cut manent positions. Address, Lake City
down my daily allowance from thirty Wholesale Co., 463 West 63d St., Chi-
rette to ten." cago, Ill. 8-"t .AT .
nhse spoke the smaller leech A most iterestin meeting of the
shivered and dropped on his knee, dead Woman's Club ws held Thursday af-
and a moment later the larger one fe ternoon of last week at the Leon Lotel.
sitt.hMany visitors werepresent a number u O ra ouse
"This is ghastly," said thIn this inu e vr O ru
man; "I am worse than the pestilenc dr emade. In this issue we rave
to thdre sseh oad
It is the emti oil in your pyis of the addresses, both spoken
b-It in the"ema reumiati ol in yo arnd written, because, as they were
bloodd" A t cav man. "l along educational lines, especially such On
cigmtte flys have it" as pertain to public high schools, they
the, said the yong man, tudlly, are f to the general reader.
Shatfbelieve our right -West FOR RENT-Farm, two miles from
Virginia School Journal. Tallahassee, 60 acres; 50 acres cleared, FRIDAY EVENING
10 acres wood; good five-room house,
An Insidious Dange. barn etc, good well and spring; beau-
- One of the worst features of kidney tifully situated. Will sell furniture,
trouble is that it is an Insidious dil- barn, buggy and cows cheap if you de- April 24th.
ease and before the victim realises his sire to purchase. Address at once, A.
danger he may have a fatal malady. B. F., True Democrat. 4
Take Foley's Kidney Demedy at the
first sign of trouble as It corrects Irreg. Mr. George Ayeritt, with his teams A Repetition Of
ularities and prevents Bright's disease and road machinery, is busily engaged
tnd diabetes. Sold by all druggists. putting Jackson Park Square into nice
shape, and soon it will be among the
Souvenirs of Florida-beautiful nicest in the city.
pieces of Havdand china, hand painted Mr. S. M. Bolton, of Crawfordville, THE COLLEGE PLAY
Sdesigns of oranges, orange blossoms Florida, was among our pleasant visit-
and the exquiite chenkee rose. Call ors Monday who had his name added to
and see them at Nicholson's. 2 our subscription list.
SFOR RENT--The Charles Hopkins Mr. J. B. Hammitt was among our s
in Tallah ee. Apply to W. A. subscribers who called and advanced
Domilley. 4 1his newspaper subscription Tuesday. i s H C


Hon. George W. Saxon left on the
east bound train for Jacksonville ov a
business visit Monday.
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. *


For Sale t
One good family horse, for saddle or
buggy. Not a sacrifice a bargain.
3-tf H. RANDOLPH.
If you miss seeing Miss Fearless &
Co. this time it will mean another oc-
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Patar m m.rt by AlD t" AU o toM ary."
T. J. Applyard of Lake Clt ha for- the title of the next song to
ally announced his eandl y for be th the New York Sunday
State Comptroller. The Sun hasno* Woiid and music complete.
disparagig remarks to make against Comic of Z eld s "Folliesof
Compilr Croom, for notwithstand- 1907," w a wonderful run
inf the fact that he has always appar- .at the New Ytre last year and
enly Jeopardied the interests of is now on a reti ement to New
Galnesyill. in his ruling and did all in York. This is Ig t comic song.
his power to defeat the efforts of this' Humorous cover b Stanlaws in
city to fain the University in return color. Words and B y Billy Kent.
for its lo of the dear old Eat Florida Soag published by ment with
Seminary. which were seconded by Maurice Shapiro.
Governor Broward, and for neither of
whom this ity should feel under any Some of the Florida editors we r.
obhgatios whatsoever, we believe Mr. Irg General Gilhrist te get married.
Croom has been a conscientious official the General is elected Governor it is
but we believe Mr. App ard would safe to wager that he will not remain a
make a moe fair, Im ofcial,and bachelor long. But whether he wins the
we trust the people of Alachu county Governorship or not, the woman who
will vote for him.-Gainesville Sun. wing his heart will win a valuable prize.
su4in D raved. A son as devoted to is mother as Al-
uffrin and Dollarad bert Gilehrist always makes a good hus-
R. 8. Loper, of Marilla, N. Y., says: band.-GainesvilleHBm.
"I am a carpenter and have had many ^- ---
severe cuts healed by Bucklen's Arnica ManZan Pile Remedy comes ready to
Salve. It has aved me suffering and use, put up In a collapsible tube with
dollars. It is by far the best healing nossle attached. One application proves
salve I have ever found." Heals burns, its merit. Soothes and heals, reduces In.-
sores, ulcers, fever sores, eczema and flimation and relleus soreness and
piles, 25c. at all druggists. itching. For all forms of Piles. Price
50c. Guaranteed. Bold by R. W. Cobb
Wated I Drug Co. *


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W. H. ELLIS
FOR
Attorney General.




















I respectfully solicit the support of the Democratic
voters of Florida for re-nomination to the above named
office in the primaries of this year.
I am serving my first term in this high office, and the
record I have made is clean, and shows -that my ser-
vices have been efficient.
No one haseundertaken, so far as I am advised, to
say that I have failed to discharge my duty to the peo-
ple of this State.
If re-elected I will continue to render faithful and
efficient service in this office.
Very respectfully,
W. H. ELLIS.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., March 18, 1908.


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J.W. Braton, Appellant vs. c. c.F U IL COUNGRK 53.
LJddon & Co., Appellee. decree af-
rmed. Judge Whitfield. Division A,
January Term, Jackson county.
Florida Sawmill Co. vs. Aaron Bmbth.
Judgment affirmed. Judge Hoeker.
Division B, January Term, Waltom
aoonty.
Pred E. Briggs vs. Merton V. Brwa.
Judrmt reversed. Division A. J am-
WY Term, Dade county.
Burt McCall vs. The State of PtIen .
npdfmemt affirmed. Chiefate
Caleford Division A, Amy
Term, Suwannee county.
Israel Fisher vs. The of
Juodment afirmed.
Division B, Janumr
sount.
M. E. Jones et aL v. wemBiM"Leadl
and Manufacturing C. et aL
dismissed. Ju Hkw. WIk
January Term, Santa m ao r. I
The Florda East O t Raway OL
vs. W. C. Grover. Judmt
Judge Hocker. Divisi B, J:
Term, Dade county.
Atlantic Coast Line Railwhy Co.
Sarah E. Melntosh. Judgment
Armed. Per Curiam. En Bane, Jma- i
aryTTerm Duval county.
The Wetern Union Telegraph Co.
vs. John A. Merritt. J ud t re- He comes from that section of
versed. Opinion by Judge Pakhill. your District that has never
En Bane, January Term, bembiafurnished a Congreman since
county. Concurrent opinions by hed a Congr an since
Judges Hocker and Taylor, and J Florida has been a part of the
CockrelL. Union.
De[Aitl S Socia He stands for the development


IaWnMaMe to Picae at
WooeaMILa, FA. A
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Dade Ot, Fla., MastU
Editor Trme Democrat:
As on awe a. doubt aware, I am a
eal6ater deegsat -to the a
theWM at De on wJ m, I w be
Ia feit la yoarloal iohlatni as af &I
seqasint fthe ot" ofes yeeor toentw-i
the sam. This is a am ripZlace
as you know.
Yours fraternally b
B. 0. BOWDMN. a
1-4of a Pound a Week
at least, is what a yotng baby oeat to e
gain in welsht Does yours? If not
there is something wrong with its di.
gestlon. Give It McGee's Baby Elixir
and it will begin gaining at once. Cures
stomach and bowel troubles, aids digee-
tion, stops fretfulness, good for teeth-
ing babies. Price 25c. and 50c. Har-
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Mrs. William Child's attractivetm, ox our country. wans T DUlld The je Irxaziatlme. ?illht a tot Jeftlril fowV
on Calhoun street, was made even up and not tear down. Text Books dignated by the State 8uperiatend Ti the t.t d of Mc 190L.
attractive Tuesdayafternoon, flklla He has been doing-will do, f Pubs i tonto the Teache' Jun oder c te ,,
at was with a happy eatherer of a Ex mn tod, 0im: J Na : rf an .
in their a happy gator s er of and is doing something today. Nom3r-wd's wr i- '......... X waz s.,..
i r t t h ei r snn n g o r n i n m e r z R e ad i ac A i r ft a i la r d t h idsrp r.ng oe s m m e ry v
f beautiful roses and pot plants -A Stiandai eSmth. Writing n the County Court Lon
their part towards adding to the g e- Deleatea and lto t. n E natIaeb d S .th' wrin ..- -- 7 the County J 's Court, i on
ral charm. The occasion was a soeeal [Times-Union, 12th.] Arithmtie--s m' i an ...............6 County
mite box opening. Selection of hbe Th del te* from the Martha Reid United States a Htor -FlId's I.od P fa efat.
The dele tefa m the Martha Re~ l -------------10-Asoumsdso on. aug.
mission work were read by several ia- ".... .... Shool... ........... .. ..................... i o ,
dies. A number of charts ashow the Cha ter te 4nnl Covtion of Frd History-Fairank............----- --..... a TOU o VIN., TRB DEENDAN. AND ALL
k Af tnies o ha h the Ue united Daughtes of the Confeder- Brvan and Bennett'.... eth s personte intme-istd a abtd e see
work of this society were hung athe atTallahasee May 9. 1908, will Geography-Rwa's Natural Aunced.... 125 ate eMy reasi et r o the ste Bt-.
room elanation of which wa given e .. .. sol-Col an's Elemaentso e-........... 00action. in thebo mrt o. Ma
by the leader Three new bers e: rs. J. I. Hollngsworth Mrs. W. ci o nmnt-Yoeum's Civ Goven- at the ert boose T. Flor
dded t h M J. Cook, Mrs. J. D. Sinclair, rs. Frank m nt-------------..............----------------------........................ --- 0- IA.
were a ddedtothe roll. Ma Onie Brown rs. W. D. DeCottes, Mrs. G -............... 00 pril .
mental oloren. Dainty refreaente H. Noan, Mrs..T. A. Carroll, Mrs. i -Wd u a -6w PIlaidsi In abov M aesn.
were erved by members of Mrs. Chid's Ramond Hendricka. ley-. cinsrom Mna. M mt. .......... .s
Sunday School class. The alternates will be: Mrs. Screven roF CLOSUL SAIL
SDsier, Mrs. Walter Shine, Mrs. C. D. In the County Jud'sa Court, Leon vOOLFALL
Pay Tear Ta1es. 1 Taylor, Mr Claree Maxwe, Mrs. County, DodER AND BY I OF A M?
Taxlordfs.bd usanthe810d&o
Notice is hereby given that the C. W. Denton, Ms. S& A. White, Mrs. Jam. Maer, Plaiatiff, vs Joseph Dauena A.D. by the Ctmlt Courtt
tax books will in ew days be clk Ha Mrsa.C. B. Rogers. DfedaNt.-AuApNit. Damages NT.. aM eL rit 0 4teM tIael
It is not optional with me, I must fol- A. A. d thWA ote p..NCA. ,aW- la te DAbovT. thas. Wh eel W
low the law and instructions Pay up Sec rairedtary. to to the above .y .ad the. lea hte o
and aae addiB"tionemlal m ^yor x^< ent,,,s s-ai,h- b baboveo ont aOsMel. _S a tharUss inoe o< ast
aniMvpey adeitioalcost in yo r Mr. J. W. Cates, of North Carolina. AVprith, 1 the cort h=-auI n Talshsse. s e enl ats. ald te D ei
property advertised at Tax Sale who has been visiting his brothers in horild. aIn toe th ea f.N Iaai"t
C. Z. FENN this city, left for home Monday after- This Marchtk Nh. 1A M =the t s o nt, fao t oe fa
City Tax collector. noon. s-se Pint tntw ab-we ma smn s e~m nt Lam. m t a obO W
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bahmmuras V96" of LMI Cantj:
10- -NdN i swsq Svpain-
I.stisa Id-al omaaty in
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week's lame contains sixteen
of lanteasting readig matter
Sadlartikaments. Read every line
Md thm maml it to some friend,
Wst that they subscribe to


Sn not bhMater, i what Florida
to represent her Interests in the
Otat"e Senate.-Times-Union.
Duval's GZAT NAPOLBON, one
Broward, he who is paid a
salary to stay at Tallahassee and
d to oaeial business, but who is
a: most of his time playing politics
* aIem, and who deaires to go to
(-aghlcto= to misarepresent Floridians,
does not fill the bill completely.
'b he not made of bluster rather than
Inir ? or does he just have mixture
em i of both to spilee him I"
Defeated for United States Senator.
at another time for Governor, is the
record of D. H. Maya. And his defeat
for Congress, which will surely be, will
title him as one of the "has been"
eslonicofflee-seekers. Verily, this man
May is not a sought-for man.-Madi-
son Recorder.
Be careful Editor Borland, you may
be stepping on some dangerous ground.
The honorable Dennett and his Secre-
tary Editor Carroll, may dash you up
again, with a column or two of rot,
away off yonder from the subject you
ideuss. You must be careful how you
speak of that "Standing Candidate for
Something," and shame on you for say-
Iag it is "has been" and is "chronic."
Remember "Miss Fearless & Co."
Fr ay, April 24th, at Monroe opera


The brilliant and-eeomp IIhed editor
of the Arcadia Champl is a lady, Mrs.
Neva C. Childs. In spite of this fact.
however, the hungry ',ndidat- seen
to think there is a ood and very valu-
able vote in that Sanctum Sanctorum
that they are very eager to capture.
Here is what Mrs. Chids has to say
about the matter: "What the editor
of this paper is kicking at is that so
many of her letters now days are ad-
dressed to the woman on the outside
while the inside begins 'Dear Sir:' and
goes on to solicit a vote. This, in a
state where a woman has no vote is
adding insult to injury."-Live Oak
Democrat.
Shame that 'tin so, for the good wom-
en of this country are taxed equally
with the men, on every and all kinds of
property they may own, and are not al-
lowed a vote or voice in such matters.
We have always contended they should
vote, particularly so,in Bond elections,
etc., and we would work and vote at
any time to give them all rights a man
has in such matters. We do not desire
to see them pulled into the present day
disgusting politics, but we do believe
they should have their rights in all things
as to whether or no they desire their
property heavily taxed whenever a
proposition is made to raise bonds, etc.
NOTICE
The King's Daughters will give a
Silver Tea for the benefit of the hospi-
tal at the residence of Mr. Geo. Lewis,
on Monday afternoon, April 27th from
4:30 to 6:30. Home-made candies will
also be sold. The public is earnestly
invited to come and help this worthy
cause. 7-2t
Window and Deer Screens.
If you wish to screen your doors and
windows it will be to your advantage
to consult W. H. Atkinson, Phone 107,
before contracting for it as he is in a
position to give you the best at reason,
able prices, and has men to take meas-
ures, etc. 5-tf
Lest, Strayed or Stolen.
A small cream-colored cow, with rope
at root of horn, left my lot April 6th.
Any one giving information in regard
to her, or delivering her to No. 6, Clin-
ton St., will be rewarded.
7-tf Ass DZIALYNSKI.


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prints a little advertise-
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little price and goes into
a million little homes,
chiefly in the little cities
and towns and country
places. .
The millions of people
in these homes are
caused by the Printer's
Ink to think that they
can get big bargains for
their money by sending
it away by mail, order-
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1a1d Hasta,. Ne DigAity la Him.
he o f as ph o osntbo The Arcadia Champion in a recent is-
S m 4ow0 b has a poor opinn .sue put this question: "Will Editor
of Noat asttistM. A young man, sColis of the Tallahassee Democrat
dapper and twenty, came into his tell us why the governor of Florida may
.plumblan shop aad aespe an ex- not send to the newspapers of the state
peadve porcesllaa bath The pro- his favorable estimate of a candidate
pristor explained at i good when the editor of the Democrat has
qualities of a certain maki been doing that identical thing without
aTh isseem to be an otexnh& e.censure? If it is machine polities in
"1a theY oungmt a ,one case why not in the other."
sa.!M the young m Disclaiming in advance any desire to
Withbot wlarita he mape Inate the merely "butt-in," we are so curious to
bathtah, draw his coat cloely around hkaw, you know, that we cannot re-
hi and cwalwmed: "Quatlk turn on prNe.t temptation to ask the lady
the watrl I want to try it. editor of the Champion this question:
The pprietok thought be wa" a n Is t here no difference, then, in point of
a- aa, s. oothng b bed& said. the dignity of the respective positions
." of editor of ao. B which is sup-
"Tbma, theta you'gt Mal ugl" posed to ezist f i Vie of givyiag
i youm man gurgied, its opinions M tol M t*ures,
splashinl in the imaginary water; "Wie _____ ___ae.
very comfortable."
Then be began to squiat and splut-
"Quick. quickr be acre. "Turn of
the water rm drowning


wait tiU I reach the tancet," said
the proprietor softly, side stepping to
the telephone.
Juat at this moment two other young
rea, a trifle older, entered.
"Well, Bobby, had your bath?" they
Inquired.
"Then come down to the vegetarian
restaurant and order a side of roast
beef."-New York Globe.
Good as a Corkscrew.
"Do you know how to take a tight
cork out of a bottle without a cork-
serew?" was asked by a woman the
other day at a gossip party. "It's a
mighty good thing to know to an
emergency.
"My sister and I were coming back
from the mount .ins, and she got faint
on the cars. I had a bottle of aro-
matic spirits of ammonia in my bag.
but when I tried to get the cork out I
simply couldn't make it budge.
"'Let me take it out for you.' sug-
gested a man asrm the alsle.
"Then, borrowing my pocketknite
and using his own with it, he removed
the cork lt a sify. He inserted the
blades on opposite sides between the
bottle and the cork, each .me turned
nla a different direction. Thea when
the blades were firmly pushed in he
simply pressed the two together, gave
them a wrench sideways. and the cork
came out without any tronbs. I have
[ace tried It on larger bottles with
success. It Is a trick worth knowing."
--xchange.

For hasdabe Dr. 11ie AnU-PaJa PUls


C yftbkt 197, by OtC*Wt ATernisin9 Co., Ck
Dear friend:
They have hired me down
at the grocery. What do
you think I do? Everywhere
they put my picture, a new
one each time, in the paper.
My work is to tell everybody
where to buy good groceries.
I like my place very well be-
cause it is a good place
where they treat me well.
They treat everybody well
where I work, because they
carry good groceries and
sell them at the right price.
Your friend, JACOB.
P. S. I work at
T. H. RANDOLPH & SON.


HON. W. B. LAMAR,
The Winning Candidate for United States Senator.
Was in Florida Legislature of 1887.
Was Attorney General of Florida Fourteen Years.
Has been in Congress six years.
Is experienced in public affairs and public legislation.
Favors protection on Sea Island Cotton.
And protection to Florid# tobacco and vegetables.
Won $96,000 for the State of Florida against the F.
C. & P. R. R. Co., now the Seaboard Air Line.
Suwannee County got $3,500 of that sum of money.
Impeached Judge Swayne in Congress.
Stands for just regulate of freight and passage fares
on railroads.
Favors national aid to good roads.
Favors Currency reform.


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,^ OONFORMS TO NATIONAL PUNSR PFOOD AN DII DR LAW.
Am Imprvem w ov manmy Cau.m Lunm and Bronehl Rm.adis, ueum It rida taw
wsam of a od t b aet ats a estriartie en the boweiNo opi*tM. sga teeo to
seofteea w amy rmuanded. Prpard by PINEUULB MUDICINB CO.. o U. L A.

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ftols we mortals be," and apply the Think to themselves.
And sometimes some of them think something like this:

"Wonder why Mister Man, our local dealer in
many things we need, doesn't advertise these
things in our local paper? Maybe if he did we
wouldn't be tempted to send to the big city for
these same things. If we were sure we could
buy them at home for about the same price and
a chance to see the goods before taking,
-' thlnk we'd prefer to buy them at home."

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CONCLUSION: THERE'S PLENTY OF PRINTED'S
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and that of the governor of the sover-
eign state who is supposed to hold his
office for the good government of all
the people of the state, regardless of
faction or party?-Times-Union.
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-
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For coughs, colds, croup, whooping-
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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT
JOXN 6. COLULINS. Putihhe.
PUBLISHED EVERY rKIDAY MORNING.

Gev. Broward a C.O.D. Man.
All commercial bodies, when they de
sire to find the standing of a customer
send an inquiry to that customer fo
reference as to his standing in the comn
munity in which he has been and is then
living, citing him to give names of
people with whcm he has had dealings
in the past, and on inquiry from the
references given they base that custom
er's credit rating. If that man's neigh
bors say that he is a good man, prompt
in his obligations, honest in his dealings,
true to his promises, and able to carry
out the obligation incurred; that they
have known him for many years, or
since boyhood, and they recommend himu
as a square man. t&it man's rating ad.
vances. On the other hand, should
they fail to give him the right testi-
monials, his credit would be ml, and be
would be a C.O. D. man from the wort
go.
Applying the same rule to the candi-
date for the United States Senate, we
will find the home references of Gov-
ernor Broward, when a candidate for
the position of governor, were over-
whelmingly against him, he being de-
feated in his home county, city and pre-
cinct. the people who knew him best
voting against him as moflt to fill the
high position, his election being assured
only by the votes of those who did not
know him, and to wbon this appeal,
with his plausible but buneombe argu-
ment, would be impressive1
On the othe hand, Mr. Lamar has
never failed to be elected to everything
he ever ran for in his home county and
precinct, invariably carrying the sec-
tion where he is best known sad where
he ias lived all his life, by an over-
whelming majority.
The comparison between the two men
now running for the position of United
States Senator, summarized under this
head, is then as follows:
Broward-Defeated by his neighbors
and acquaintances.
Lamar-Elected by his neighbors and
acquaint-nces.
Who should know best the fitness and
qualification of the men, those among
whom these men have amociated, or
those among whom they come when
seeking votes only?
The answer is plain-
The goods must be seat to Broward
C.O.D. if at all. He won't pay, his
credit is bad with his neighbors. It
can't be good with outsiders.
But Governor Broward is equally as
unfortunate in his personal matters as
he is with his political standing.
Ask any man in Jac aeville, where
he was born and raised, and where they
know him best, if they will sell any-
thing to Mr. Broward on credit. The
answer will come pomptly, emphati-
cally, NO-only C. 0.D.
This applies to gnmuies, dry goods,
wet goods, or an else.'
Ask any merchant or business man
in Tallahassee, where Mr. Brow-
ard has been living as Governor of
the State for over three years,
if they will sell Mr. Brewsrd any-
thing on credit, the answer will be
prompt, No! Mr. Broward can get
nothing from us except C. 0. D.
They will tell you, addition, that
Mr. Broward has not bouse rent,
that he has not paid graoery, jewelry,
livery, anm any and every other bill
contracted for, and that in addition be
has borrowed all the cash powi"ie and
has returned little, if any.
Serious charges these to be made
aist the Governor of a great State.
Sious, indeed, but true, and the In-
dex-Record would be in bad plight did
it publish statements against tmhe Gov-
ernor of Florida if they were not true
-and the Governor has had, and still
ha a remedy at law.
How thoroughly Governor Broward is
repudidated at his own homr Is shown
byan incident which occurs to as just
now, as follows : Some msths after
Mr. Broward became Governer he ap-
pointed as his Private Secretary Mr. A.
M. Brown of Jacksonville, who had
been book-keeper and chief deputy of
Mr. Broward when he was erif of
Duval county. Mr. Brown was a very
efficimeent man in the position, and was
personally well-liked by all who came
in contact with him.
Soon after Mr. Brown's appointment
as the Governor's Private Secretary,


the sheriff of Duval county (Mr. Price)
died, and a vacancy occurred, which
Mr. Broward filled-not by the voice of
the people-the primary of which he so
glibly talks upon the stump-by ap-
pointing Mr. Brown, who is in some
way related to -to the office of
sheriff, and Mr. J. mmett Wolfe, now
Judge Wolfe, wogiven the position of
Private Secretar- MW. Brown made a
good sheriff, no popsigge objection being
found to his official acts, but the people
of Duval county. Governor Broward's
home, had such an aversion to anyone
appointed by Mr. Broward, that, when
two years ago, Mr. Brown offered him-
self as a candidate for the remaining
two years of the term--having held the
office about one year-he received les
than two hundred votes-lf our memory
serves us rrectly, we have not the
gures at hand-and Mr. & F. Bowden
was overwhelmingly elected, receiving
in the nUs W of four thousand
votes to r. about two hun-
,Suchisth 4 ilng of the present
GoverorI l a his own home
co thegod opevote to pat. o
em 9m.igher? Not mWs-as
C. 0. D. for FluRilas.-
rah eiDVM. 9mM AMla,


.I Phelta. This is what Hon. Jak4 t
BY BISHOP O. p. pIrTZ1'RALD. Warden of Georgia, ay Pol
Florida has size. In the old world Dyspepala: ". C.C & Co., Ght.
they would cut it up into principalities, ca o, Il1.-Dear 81 have suffered
owners and kingdoms not a few. In more than twenty ars from Indigeso
Florida you feel that you can take a tion. About eighteen months ago I
long breath, and stretch ybur limbs by had grown so much worse that I could
abundant exercise. If a land owner in not digest a crust of corn bread and
- Florida, you can have a "plantation" could not retain anything on my stom-
big enough to plant in it many things to ach. I lost 25 pounds; In fact, I made
r eat and to sell. up n jtud that I could not live but a
Florida has room to grow. Twenty shor-m e, when a friend of mine ree-
i years from this year of our Lord, 1908, omnended Kodol. I consented to try
Sher own mother would hardly know it to please him, and I was better in
s her. She would hardly know h .a one day. I now weigh more than I
e Florida has riches. Her cot bids ever did in my life and am In better
- that are wide and white unt6de har- health than for many years. Kodol
- vest every year ; her forests timber did It. I keep a bottle constantly, and
t that may be turned into cash; her or- write this hoping that humanity will be
ange groves where ripeoa the golden benefited. Yours very truly, Jake C.
fruit fit for thi palates of kings or comr- Moore, Atlanta, Aug. 10, 1904." Sold by
mon ~teMo tws, and the wheat, and all druggists.
rte Uaa, and almost everything that --
S W i the ground and ripens in the The Arcadia Champion, one of the
lfgwht; her rivers that are navigable, neatest and newsiest newspapers in
and her seaports that bring her in touch Florida, comes now-a-days printed in a
with the whole world-all these enter neat clean brown. It is very attract-
i into the assets of Florida, and help to ive, neat and clean in typographical ap-
I make her rich. pearance and is very creditable to the
Florida has beauty. There is no end editress, Mrs. Child and her sons.
to her beauty. Its 'pine tops wavin Neiboroodavorte.
like a sea ;" its sea beaches laved and Neighborhood Favorite.
lashed by the breakers that sing their Mrs. E. D. Charles, of Harbor, Maine,
song and keep their motion night and speaking of Electric Bitters, says: "It
day; its bright skies arched above its is a neighborhood favorite here with
valleys that are bright iq their floral us." It deserves to be a favorite every-
beauty ; its cities and growing towns where. It gives quick relief in dyspep-
where steam, electricity, brain force, sla, liver complaint, kidney derange-
and art culture are working their won- meant. malnutrition, nervousness, weak-
ders for the Floridians as for others in neas and general debility. Its action
t this, our day of progress and fresh dis-1 on the blood, as a through purifier
cover in all the fields of human makes it especially useful as a spring
thought and action-all these things are medicine. This grand alterative tonic
in Florida, and we speak truly when we is sold under guarantee at all drug
say there is no end to her beauty. stores. 50 c.
Florida has, best of all and crowning -
all, the religion of Christ. That relig- Mr. J. W. Edmondson is now doing a
ion in its sweetness and power-a large and profitable real estate business
swbetness that sweetens all it touches; at Jacksonville, and his Tallahassee
a power that imparts energy and gives friends wish him the success his efforts
momentum to every good thing that so richly deserve and rejoice with him
lives within its boundaries-that relig- in his success.
ion is in Florida, represented by the ^
many branches of the one church of our
Lor Jesus Christ, building a common- ou r
wealth on the foundations of righteous-
ness and truth and justice, training a
I people whose God is the Lord. Among c
these are the people called Methodists.
Of course the Methodists are here in nw ;eSS o tim io sn.bhvdAn
Florida. They go everywhere; this is -ea data lit, trpaion, bad baes
their avowed purpose; this has been gertal detdllty, ourli tng, ades
their practice duri a history that God sdt etonmih s o asll msw ldgedes"
hath blessed from the day o its birth ry pr tteshet astural Jt.ea el dsifWs
until now. It claims to be part of the dlon as tdy xalt In a healthy stomaoh,
church, and asks the privilege of doing oombad th e gmalest kamwn toe a
part of the church's work. These peo- Md reconstruwo lv repress. Kedofee
pie called Methodists seem to be getting dyapepa do4 o mnt ealy mleve ladigesnl e
closer to God and to one another, and sat dyspepula, but tils famous remem
the best part of their work is yet to be ps all stomach troubles by elesanst
done if we may judge by the signs of puriyn, nsmeaig and mtragthe
the times. They do their part in be- the mucou membraes lining the stomach.
half of Florida, this land of flowers that Mr. s& s a Iem wod w a.. r-
rests under the smile of God in its am- I a tmbled s r sameacm fb teairF
plitude, its riches, and its beauty. I t .. .- 36 a tt -
prophesy as a Florida Methodist ad FORe OAONE.-.WIAK1 aoIaDvO
tempore in the name of my Master. TYa
Just a little Caestwet is all that Is 0tw^'L L 0 D@WrrTAn --s
necessary to give your baby when it is
cross and peevish. Casooeweet contains For sale by all druggist.
no opiates nor harmful drugs, and
Is highly recommended by mothers
everywhere. Con for t the Jeff. D Ferrell,
tonal Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold ef*t D r r v
by all druggists. WEEL WMIT andBIACKSMWiH.
The A&e ft WLditer Harris. 111
Some have estimated the age of -
Frank Harris of three score year and General Repair Shop.
ten. The worthy spirit that inspired Horse Shoeing an ex-
the libel was the same spirit that in- Hore Shoeing by an ex
spired Eugene Field to wnte to Charles pert who has had years
A. Dana on the latter's birth day these of experience. .
lines : .1
"Why bless e, Mr. Dana. may ye live 4
a thousaM years, 1A portion of the public
To kind o' brighten up things in this patrOade If Oelcited
vale o' human tears- a tf t r n.
And may I live a thousand, too-a df tin ura
thousand les a day, **0.
For I abould hate to live to say I'd seen
you pass away." .,. O YRI
Though Ocala is famed for many si *xNes
things, it i best known as the habitat
and abiding place of Frank Harris
whom we found to be a well pgerved
youth of 61.-Gopel Herald.
Will Regain Lest Dignaty.
Editor Jordan denies that he should ^ ...__B_ ..__0
be "the power behind the throne," if
General Gilehrist is elected Governor, Co99 n" emns As.
but says, "the State press, as reflect- A^ S nmSam.*,es,
ing the views and wishes of the people, qot, emewi a, oemsevSbM s_
should be that power, and will be, if t-^lot'&t'
General Gilehristis elected." If he or **I 2- aE l5*_
Hon. Jeffersaon B. Browne should be pm51Sf 5.yo eetsM.a
elected it is not at all likely that the --flgtkl I mI3I 3
sattacle of a man holding the office of


governor of the whole people of Flor- A p U te -mio. k" ..r-
ida going over the State abusing the eUiSof @r. SUe
newsmpers that venture todisaree AM
with him or question the wisdomof his
plans will be repeated The office will
Short-alks, Time-Union.H 1 T '

It seems that there may yet be aC ear ViUfu
special session of the Legislature. In __
his speech here last Thurday, Governor
Broward said there were several laws TIE AJUMATEED
he desired to have enacted before he
retired from the bernatorial chair,
might notd as he was fveu that the State W ORM
might wt have as good a Legislaturem
for several to come as te pr
et one, if deemed it necessary he
would call the Legislature in pecal RE
session Thm Governor will not have
time to attend to nch Batter, bow- T.gg ru' um I TUUSS
ever, until after the primary election, mw sa
I be is "shut out" for the Senate in a esGm s masm eaM Tv of


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isMtelM I an Mab maw.
ThoM wor St* phs.
sameeas to the taw, eono
i aMte ether an ama-
pme~iemals 'arranged
smaer sto a gathering of
lah.* east ad eof LOW
s the fta hoer the ama-
eauap, apeared at them hbose
B lead, a amulan apparitson
00s% tiaa amd JeweaO. o,
0 m wp e prefaestloal,
.'isee the nears.
*f W t ye eknw that we ane
sa of et e ldwel t and mot
t I ean't promle that
gbtt97 of that back with
Sth beaty only laughed.
all right, ahe said. "I quite
u yea. Bet poor people, love
thia. Teir ehldren espe-
are captiated with a"e dresses
athe. Just wait and you will
Aad the protesslonal did see.
poor, half starved, half naked
dwellers had eyes for no one but
entling young beauty wbo had
them the infnite honor of coming
s ee them In her most beautiful
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Some Snappy Styles in Hip Pants.


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SF Nt Mueh New..
I' t the summer of 190 an exploring
pefitlon set out from Cook Inlet.
( laska, In an attempt to climb Mount
SMeKnlaey. the highest peak on the
American continent They went In
with a pack of cayuses through a hun-
dred miles of tundra and then strug-
ged for weeks over glaciers and
through terrible hardships, to emerge
at last on the Chulitna river, down
which they rafted to civilization, as
represented by Cook Inlet.
I As they came in. worn, ragged, al-
most dead from exposure and hunger.
o a tall old man strolled upshore with
r twit white men's dog... says Robert
Dona In "The Shameless Diary of an
xpilorer." They asked him the news
a the world.
"Waal, yer know the pope's dead,"
be drawled, "and the cardinals held a
@art of convention and elected a new
oosevelt be's agreed to complain
.0 the czar of Rooshia about them mas-
gaereed Jews, and some one's killed
that Queen Dragon of Servia trying to
, |mp her claim to the throne. And
)ooi' going to fight the Japs. The'
a'l't e lh happened this summer."


Murdered by a Statue.
th of Kenith, the half myth-
of gcotland, was one of the
caurous and remarkable In his-
tf It may be, called a historical
It seem that Kenith had slain
tus, a son, and Malcolm Duf-
); ,the king and brother of Fennella.
" a, to be revengd, caused WUtus, the
51Mat hlgealoam artist of the time, to
l*.lm a statue filled with automatic
UW is and levers. Finhdshed and set
Wsth brasen image was an admirable
euok of art. In its right hand Wiltus
S a ewer and 1a the left an apple
pn Pe dM fnely set wIth diamonds
thr precious stones. To touch
apple was to court death. It was
nanged that any one guilty of suish
would be Immediately rid-
Swth arrows shot from loop-
Sa the statutes body. Kenith
nvl ta d to .ee the wonder and.
(and Just as Fennells hoped),
Sto pluck the Imitation fruit He
hm atly riddled with poisoned ar-
Sdying when he fell

Still Ahbea
cA eogreesman says he was riding
a maoking car on a little one track
and nla the seat In front of him
a Jewelry drummer. He was one
thsme wide awake, nver-let-any-
betbteo-hlm style of men.
th e train stopped to take on
and the conductor neglected to
bac a flagman. A halted ex-.
anaing at a rate of ten miles
ho e, ease an g and bumped the
ead of the first train. Theo drm-
as lifted from htis eat and pRI h-
a st agalnat the seat ahead.
hat was Jammed clear down
j ears. Be plkWd hImelt up
back In hie seat. No boes

t &edw a losag breath ad.
SsaMid: "Hully geel
tw dMat st by us anyway"
aff' Cer .pe..
as Person of p" e ase
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Young white man, educated and ca- Barbara Parlhill Wins the Medal. MeloS Wanted
able, desires work in Tallahassee or The Woman's Temperance Unionheld 00ormorea te el
vicinity. Address or call "S.," True their Rally meeting Wednesday night 100 or more car Florida Melons,
Democrat office. 8 at the Methodist church. A part of arge Blue, Florida Favorites, Tom
FOR SALE.-Piano, in use 18 months, the program was the presentation of a Watson, Hoke Smith, and Long Gra s.
cost $20.00- will el for $175.00 applyths, beautiful silver medal to the child mak- I paid the highest price ($250.00) for
this office. 6- t ing the best temperance speech. The early melons last season. Let me know
is o ce. 6-11 contestants were: i what you have to offer and when it will
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Calhoun have re-, Minnie Cravey, Harry and Raleigh be ready to ship. I pay cash, f.o.b.
turned to Leon county, and are now in Van Brunt, Barbara and Joe Parkhill, Means money to you.
charge of the Mickkr-Perkins planta- Ma Has, Peyton Yon, Mary Knott, H. DOVE ALLISON,
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun are expert ond1 Roers "Lunatic"
dairymen, and will make a specialty of The medal was won by Barbara, the 7-3t Miami, Florida.
fine butter. I second daughter of Hon. and Mrs. C. B. --- "- t.. ....
Rings Little Liver Pills for bilious- Parkhill. Her speech was perfectly pp uDlta Frateralty Entertalas
ness and sick-headache. They clean memorized and well delivered, and she Miss Springs.
tht system and clear the skin. Price, fairly won the prize. On the evening of April 14th the
25c. Try them. Sold by R. W. Cobb The judges were Prof. J. C. Calhoun Kappa Delta Fraternity very beautiful-
Drug Co. and Miss Rowena Longmire, of the Col- ly entertained a visiting sister, Miss
Mrs. R., F. Van Brunt bought from a lege for Women, and Mrs. G. 1. Davis, Blandina Springs. Miss Springs is
neighbor some red cedar logs, which and the medal was awarded by the Hon. from Charlotte, N. C., and is visiting
she is having sawed into lumber to be George B. Perkins. Miss Mary Gwynn, of this city.
made into articles of furniture. By the The following was the program for The dinner was served by the King's
way, cedar grows rapidly in this coun- the evening: D.. hters at the reidence of rs.
try, and it would be a profitable indus- Organ voluntary. Hymn No. 702, by CockrelL The rooms were beautifully
try if some one should grow it for fur- congregation. Scripture reading and decorated with Florida smilax and roses.
nature making. prayer, Rev. Woodward. Music by Japanese lanterns added to the brilliant
Mr. Willie Phillips secured the hide choir. Recitation, tn little girls, an effect. The table was decorated with
of the big black bear that was killed acrostme exercise. Recitation, Minnie white roses and ferns, thereby carrying
some time ago near Mr. Moodys, in Grary, The Temperance Flag. Solo, out the fraternity colors, white and
Munson Pond Swamp. He had a col- Maaret Strange, Ring-a-Ling-Lmg. green. A large "K" made of the
ored man to tan and dressit u, and it Recitation nine little boys, The Cities flowers was made at one end of the
makes a beautiful and excellent foot of the Plains. Recitation, Harry Van tableland a "triangle" ot correspond-
rug, which he intends to present to his Brunt, A Case of Chanrity. Barbara ing size, at the other. The effect was
mother. Dro by the store and see it. Parkl, Who Struck the Blow. Song very beautiful indeed.
30^ _, .dtia1.00 s te o o' by Leaugers, Prohibition Echo Song. Miss Mary Reynolds presided as toast
P30 dus rial 1. kshe e Recitation, My Hays Moter-A mistress, and, in a pleasing little
Pe ules. Relieves back-ache, weak P. promise. Recitation., aleigh Van speech, she introduced Miss Shirley
back, lame bak rheumatle pains. Bst Brunt, I'm a Temperance Boy. Solo Long, who toasted Miss BSla ina
on ale for kidneys, bladder and blood. and chorus, No, Sir No. Recitation, Springs. The to4.t was a beautil ex-
Good or young and old. Satishdetion P ton Yon, I'll Take What Father preesion of the cordial welcome Mims
uarant or money refunded. Sold es. Recitation Mary Knott, One Srings has received in Tallahassee
by R W Cobb Dru Co. Standard for Both See. Song by issprings responded in a most grace-
Mr. A. Ginsberg and his excellent i Leaguers, No. 4 Saloons Must Go. ful manner. Mass Carolyn Westcott
wife were in the city the first of the Recitation, May i ogers, How the little was then introduced. She toasted Miss
week and made the True Democrat a Girl Empties the Jug. Recitation, Ev- Gwynn who made a graceful response,
pleasant visit. He is still in the mer- line Whitfield, the Orphans Prayer. toasting the chapter.
cantile business in Quincy, but still re- Song No. 56 by Leaguers, Down with The entire evening was greatly en-
tains his interest in our old country Whiskey. citation, Joe Parkhin, A eoyed. Those present were: Misses i
home near the city, on which his com- Boy's Plea. Judges retire and bring in Bandina Springs, Virginia Hardaway,
pany is growing shaded tobacco. name of winner. Recitation, Cladie Eabeth Venable, Mary Gwynn, Caro-
Dr. Armstrong will in the near future Nicholson, Vote as You Pray. Recita- lyn Westcott Shirley Long, Corn Hen-
make his regular professional visit to tion, Julius Blackburn, The South is derson, Oliva Moy, l ille Saxon,
Tallahassee. Any one subject to eye Going Dry. Duet, Misses Susie and Lucille Fleming, Elise Partridge Clif-
trouble, nervousness or headache should Gene Van Brunt, Mother's Boy. Bsse ton yrd, Alice Parlin. Mary horne,
see him. His date of being here will Temple, Collection. Present the Nettie Like, Daisy Spears, Nona
appear later. 7 medal. Good night song. Bened tion. Howard and Mary Reynolds, and Mrs.
Ansley.
.Genial Jules Salomon, of Tallahassee, Mr. Ge e W. Trice Dead.
cendldtet for railroad commissioner, is A telegram from his wife, Mrs. Julia C 0- at etr OrlAaMle.
mingling with Tampa le this week. Tries (n Miss Julia Brown), of this The Beta Rho Fratennity, organized
Jules declares his r were never coun, Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, on- three years ago at the College for Wo-
brighter for the o e seeks. vey the news from Mexico that her men.as recently been merged into l
ret friend of Tampa and is mak husband, Mr. George W. Trice headed the Chi Omega. This society has a
his liticl fences strong here.-Tam- thee at 6 o'clock tht morning. They larger membership than any other
pa Evening News. went to Mextico a little over a year ago, Greek letter fraternity, there being
Here comes the 'Spring winds to hoping Mr. Trice could be cured or bet about 1200 members the United
chap, tan and freckle. Use Pinesalve termed of consumption. The writer im-- States, and to have a charter granted
Carbolized, (Acts like a poultice) for i mediately notified Mr. Trice's two isa compliment much appreciated by
cuts, sores, bumrs, chapped lips, hands brothers, John Trice, at St. Marks, and the pupils.
and face. It soothes and heals. Sold Joe Trice, at Medart, and Mr. George App licants for admission to the Chi
by R. W. Cobb Drug Co. Brown, of the death, and nothing more O a are required to measure up to
byR. Co D Chas been heard from Mrs. Trice, though the La standard for schools. The
Retras Than"s. it is probable that Mr. Trice was buried majority of the Florida college charter
Mrs Iv w .. in Mexico, and that Mrs. Trice will re- members of the fraternity are r
M..Iy W.liam n. who has been'i e tr toher Leon coMunty home to be college student, candidates for coee
for sooe time at the. King 5 Da rhtU with relativesand friends. The friends d s r Four of them will graduate
,s_ l_.0 of both fmles tend the deepest Welch, of Palat, wa ent
o-r. ,. mmon. yrques t mpathy to the bereaved. Mi.e. Welch, of Palatka,.. was et
True Democrat to return tha ks to all ,pt-h..t-Z -- here to investigate the application of
the ladies and Tllsh eans who were Reoelves Cengratulatlon., the college for rec=mition, and it was
kind to her dur! her stay at the hoe- You will soon receive the congratula upon her fatorb report that the
pital in the city. tons of your friends upon yoar h- c r was grantd. Foflowngis a
------proved appearance if you will take list the mmbers: MissR Miss

r-Ra TA S the sytem am Inmarts new wl sam _M .._aI n" ,
Foley s VKd ne r. yRms ey a tose It t aom s uM MiI n tMs, kMm,
CASTORIA wrrosz M0
.1 WON Wa ~n h baa4e, ner""s ehaustion am au kia
aw M, .. -.--.g. =ofrmns of kWdmer and baddr treWsMs.and auSp .
1) 1 YCase a-king" s Ittdays. 1 ngoldby l I
l,0 YdoaN o ..* T
o fm F70RSALUB-0Atr sreoem tihe m u.d .I
ft6em the Weas t f see or sina
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S t S -. V L-. -


JAMESMEANS
LOW CUTS.


A High School Moedl.
At its last annual meeting the Florida
Society of the Sons of the American
Revolution voted to extend the privil-
ege of contesting for its gold medal,
heretofore competed for by the pupils
of the Pensaola High School, to all
white public schools in cities and coun-
ties in Florida where there is resident
a member of the Society.
Mr. Charles A. Choate, a member
resident here, has been furnished with
the necessary authority and informa-
tion concernig the contest, and will
confer with the local board and make
the requisite arrangements.
As the contest closes May 15, there is
little time to spre.
wNOTICL
NOTICE IS H BEBY GIVEN THAT THE
a Board of Coamy Comunmisoloom of LAon
county, Florida, wa reive salid bids up to
May 6th. 190, 10 od .. ., or the oonsrue-
tio at abrideramernl St. Augustine Brmneh
on tho t. A M---eJo id st esto the
tmuts of the t oft
The flt bid to Ibbe t e brMids a
dupld at teM a w ther 5Ba.la public
ned i Jut sth t"T o TaIdhM-. The
Meadol udS. oB Msat8 to be of stl. wlth
aomene aabutamm to pia mad pes-
catlon ofllewith Cerk this Boeard. All
bWde to be left w th. addreW to H. T. leL
Clork of th .is ,
E. C. SMITH,
Chairman o nty Couiioaer. Loea
ty, Po
Attest-ha7ar Ljm..
bSt r. of mui oourt.
Monthly Wancial Statement
Of County beard of Public Instruction.
STAT er LA.oImDA, cOUTw or LmoW.
1-b- _. Apil 11908.
1To HolN. ibra T. rtlkl. Clark Circit Court
Sir-IsaeHnceao with uo...t.. chapter 4M.
Laws afita we hereby fle with You thefol.
twins Mits.d fnameW statement of a school
money rsovda appropriations mae a ad war-
rants l p th math andin the SAt day of
ascAMruLATIoN OF OUTT WFUND.
1. Balasaeen treaury as per last
stamm-............ ...... s778.0
L R tsiopft W thM ittamlMs
hnia ..-................. 4.. 4.84
L Warrats t standing this
date.......... --............. 701.67
-----10.Sm6A1
L. Warat outstanding as perA,
e sn t...................- 4.36&U
I. Total arant drawn this
moath a. itaind herein... ,619.00
L. Cash heriaoftr-srthis
dat ...................2..... 6..
--S--. o.8.L1
GEO. L DAVIS. Chairman.
& B. EPPm Secrtary.
betnag of the Cety Commissonlea-
ra.
At their last meeting on April 7th, the
Leon county Commissioners agreed to
share with Gmadedn county the *Xnae
of widening the span the Fairbks
ferry bridge m the Ocklorkree
river. This wo*k being done by H.
L. McElvy, and is nearing comple-
tion. The total i be $125.00,
half of which Lee I pay, and the
board ordered a w t to be made out
to KcElvy for$6 L account.
It was also that bide be ad-
vertised for IIumII up and eastblishin-
new public rd the Lake Broadford
peM tobrought in from
hasi and v t for a to be
40i-t =e aCl m road
board appo inte A. Reit a co-
mittsee rme to advertiee i bds to
onmtra
W. D. wa ao td
nmitn at one. a
J Raiway with *a .ew ig
.,It ww trtr e hu Mdh


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Tallahassee,
Florida.


NEURALGIA.
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RHEUMATISM.
BACKACHE.
PAIN IN CHEST
DISTRESS IN
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NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
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