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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: April 24, 1908
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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TAT.T,AHASSF,, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL


24, 1908.


NO. 9.


Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


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In ths eods r tho om
eStam odhealfth ofa
prove a sore of tefactits to
*.apeiaIt when it is
th tIs o famood Pa.-
Strep et that is given without
omsmity of sendin t patient off
to Pasteur institute in another city.
day 9f thecaoe and the succes-
tatment by the State board of
is givenIn full in the April num-
Of the Fiordsa Halth Notes the of-
bulletin of the State board of
M and from this detailed history
Setcase there can be no doubt of the
being a genuine attack of hydro-
.' Besides the case referred to there
haye been two other cases of genuine
"dr lpobia here in Jacksonville with-
ll the past few weeks, wherein the pa-
tents nave been successfully treated by
the State board of health. One of these
was a lady residing in Riverside and
the other was a child, also. residing in
Riverside.


AT MINIMUM EXPENSE.
The State board of health pays fo
the Pasteur treatment and it does no
cost the individual anything. Hereto
fore patients have been at considerable
expense to secure the Pasteur treat
Smt, but now they can have it a
,c B e.
It is very probable that the boarn
will arrange to have this treatment
available in the most populous centers
of the State. If this is done due notice
will be given concerning the same.
As the time of 'year is approaching
when dogs show a disposition to roan
at large more than in the winter
months, it will be well for all persons
to keep a watch out for stray dogs. Ii
cameof a person being bitten by a dog
the animal should be killed as soon as
possible and the head sent to the labor
a of the State board of health foi
nation. Great care should be ex
in shipping the head of sucl
The head should nop be shipped'
It has been packed in ice and their
ld be sh d by exps and a
ittre e In this city EMv
all the details of the a Th
head should be well peeked- liice or it
) amnot be shipped. Enough ice should
Sbe used to last for the entire trip.
STORY FROM HEALTH NOTES.
The following is the story published
in the April number of Florida Health
Notes:
Last November it was announced
that the State board of health had made
arrangements with the city of New
York whereby hydrophobia can be
treated at home. And what the Pas-
tur in was explained at that time as
"In the first place it is a preventa-
tive-not a cure.
"The time to give the treatment is
SImmediately after the individual is bit-
L a bymad animal. After one is bit-
Sa mad do, say, there is a lapse
Seghteen to thirty days before the
disease develops. It is during this
time that the Pasteur treatment is
given. When the disease develops it is
eternally too late.
"The principle of the treatment is to
render the individual immune to the
disease, Just as one is rendered immune
to smallpox by vacination, or immune
to-polue by Haffkiue's serum.
f i imimunit is produced as fol-
SWo : A rabbit i innoculated with hy-
drophobia. After a certain length of
time he dies. His brain and spinal
enrd are now taken out, for that is the
that contains the hydrophobia poi-
usn. If a portion of th be o d u
injeced into another rabbit it wil
.Psm another case of hydrophobia.
ln likewise produce hydrophobia if
Sn.d into other ascetible animals,
or woman.
"Iif T brain and spinal emrd then must
t rgo tre atttenuate it that
to redue the p o principal so
t it will not produce an active case
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Wel't SR r the Gee4a.
Century, Fla., April 17th, 1908.
Editor True Democrat,
Tallahamnn, Fla.
Your isse of the 10th inst. eonlned
an article under the caption. "Who
Killed Cock Ro an" that should be
cearudlm read asfulf considered by


a tJuare when it confronts the Demo-
rate primary.
JHkon records that Napoleon lost
the iat of Waterloo because Bluebher
"fai ed to deliver the goods." It is a
splendid thought that irrespective of
political combinations, we have in our
power to record our disapproval of such
men Sd methods at the ballot box.
FWr the man who will not vote to free
himself from the domination of such
men and measures, evidentl needs the
education he will get from them.
Jackson county's loyal Democrats
have in their hands the conservatism of
West Florida's political right, to name
the Hon. Wm. B. Lamar to succeed
Hon. S. R. Mallory.
West Florida's Democracy will unite
in repelling from her political border
"this pernicious Eastern invasion," that
is positively seeking and unquestionab-
lV endeavoring to politically relegate
West Florida, and is absolutely solicit-
ing and insisting upon West Florida
committing political suicide, that they
may inherit political right.
A solid West Florida vote will ad-
Hon. Wm. B. Lamar to the United
States Senate, and restore4he political
equilibrium in the State.
Yours respectfully,
ALEY. M. MOYLAN.
"One Touch of .Nature Makes the
Whole World Kin."
When a rooster finds a big fat worm
he calls all the hens in the farm yard
to come and share it. A 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 warmi-hearted
wish of the writer to be of use to some-
one else.
This remedy is for sale by Tallahassee
Drug Co.
Mr. John C. Trice came from St.
Marks and spent Sunday with his Talla-
hassee friends.


him in the joint of the middle finger of
I the left hand. Little was thought of it
at the time. On Monday the dog bit a
r calf. From this time on he became
vicious, snapping at everything that
came his way. Thursday night he died.
i Friday he was thrown out in a grove.
Saturday they became concerned about
it and went out-and brought the dog in-
to the laboratory of the State board of
health for examination. The evamnina-
tion was delayed, but the following
Wednesday the Negri bodies were
found in the brain. This meant the
dog was mad. It was then ten days
since the young man was bitten. He
was advised to take the Pasteur treat-
ment without delay. He took the ad-
vice and was given the first injection
Thursday, eleven days after the bite.
Eighteen days after the calf was bit-
ten, it developed symptoms of hydro-
phobia. It grew progressively worse
or five days when it was killed and the
brain found to contain Negri bodies.
EVIDENCE CONCLUSIVE.
The evidence that the dog was rabid
may be summed up as follows:
First-He had all the clinical symp-
toms of hydrophobia, from which he
died.
Second-His brain gave the micro-
scopical evidence of hydrophobia.
Third-The calf bitten by him, after
the required incubation period of eigh-
teen days developed the symptoms of
the disease.
Fourth-The brain of the calf like-
wise showed the Negri bodies.
Where the puppy got the infection is
a matter for speculati. His mother
is said to have died of "fits" some two
months befwe. But wherever be ot
it there is little room to doubt what
the maossmjo would have bern to
the ew n had It not been for the
This is a g t advae ovr the old.

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A DESIRE TO I
ORGAMZZ SQNS

Of Ceafderatse leteoas El very
Ceoal,,.
Headquarters Florida Division United
Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Jacksonville. Fl., April 18, 1908.
To the Sons of Confederate Veterans of
the State of Florida:


It is the earnest desire of the Divis-
Ion Commander that Camps of the Uni.
ted Sons of Confederate Veterans should
be organized in each county, town and
city of this State, and it is important
that immediate action should be taker
in order that the formation of all new
camps shall be completed before the an.
nual reunion of the Confederation at
Birmingham, Alabama, from June
ninth to eleventh, inclusive, thus entit.
ling each campto representation in the
Convention. Through the generosity ol
the pressNI trust this appeal will reach
every sod 6f a Confederate Veteran in
Florida.
The objects and purposes of ths or-
g anization are strictly "Historical and
enevolent." It strives :
1. To cultivate the ties of friendship
that should exist among those whose
ancestors have shared common dangers,
suffering and privations.
2. To see that the disabled are cared
for; that a helping hand is extended to
'the needy, and that needy Confederate
Veterans, widows and orphans are pro-
tected and assisted.
3. To see that proper histories, giv-
ing a true account, especially of the
war between the States and t causes
which led up to the war, are uhed and
taught in every school, college and uni-
versity in this State.
4. To instill into our deecndaitand
all descendants of Confederate Veterans
a proper veneration for the spirit and
the glory of our fathers, and Je bring
them into association with our Confed-
eration, that they may aid usian our
purposes and finally succeed 0is and
take up our work where we m4 leave
These headquarters will take pleasure
in forwarding blanks on reque, with
full information as to the form o and
conducting of camps, and will gladly
furnish advice and counsel when desired
and will use every effort to the
federation. W- wl
strengthening and upholding
It is suggested that the' ois of Con-'
federate Veterans talk the matter over
in each community, town or city and
meet together at once for the purpose
of forming a camp of the Confedera-
tion; thus showing an appreciation of
their proud heritage as sons of illus-
trous sires whose heroic courage, patri-
otic devotion to duty and sublime unsel-
fishness is the wonder and the glory of
our Southland.
C. SETON FLEMING,
Division Commander.
Official-LUCIEN H. BoG8s,
Division Adjutant.
The Jumping 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 dozej 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. 50c. and $1 0 at all druggists.
Trial bottle free. *
It Is Not Right.
Four years ago it was claimed that
certain campaign literature was sent
out from TalIahassee with pension
checks that necessitated extra postage
by the recipients-the old soldiers.
This is being done again. Th Re-.
corder thinks it ought to stop. If it
does not cease we shall call names.-
Madison Recorder.
The Sun does not know that the old
soldiefe are subjected to extra postage
on account of the enclosinof Comp-
troller Croon's campaign literature in
envelopes cont*Ioig warraot, for pen-
Sions, but we do know, of our own
knowledge, that this repreensible


should take somebody to task for it at
mce, for tihe comment of tihe old sol-
e regarding e matter anything
but complimentary to him. --aheneeI~
3ua.


A Knocksr
is a man who can't see nood n any
person or ag. It's a habit caused by
a disordered lihv. If t yea that
you are Mbeamal to see thun through
blue siSeft s, tra your. Ur to a
loo mealagoet process w Milard's
aeiae. A sure eure for e taM
ladigeston sT.. .ik e
Sav a and
4w3 trmuls. Haetda5 W .


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The Hicesit.o Read.
To the Public:
Criticisms have been made of the ac-
tion of the county commissioners in the
Matter of ordering and constructing a
w piece ofe road at the
point where the Florida Central Rail-
rod now built, required some
one twenty-five yards of
the MnrMad for its rodve-bed.
And a writ True Democrat of
April 17 a saphiFt about the
cost of the new le e at led Mdabout
several other things, ldfug the in-
creased rate of taxation.
The f whichh should be the only
basis of Ulderation in dealing with
the acts 5 public officials) are as fol-
lows :
The railroad company could have had
the land which they needed for road-
bed condemned. To resist such pro-
ceedings would have cost the county
considerable in legal expenses. The
commissioners took the best means of
avoiding such conflict by prevailing
upon the railroad company to bear the
expense of filling in from the banks of
the ravine to the bridge, which filling
would have cost the county not less
than three hundred dollars. The entire
cost to the county of making the new
road (about three-quarters of a mile)
and building the bridge was two hun-
dred dollars ($200). If the railroad
company had procured the legal con-
demnation of the part of road needed
the county would not have received
therefore as much as the commissioners
have obtained through the arrangement
made with the company for the filling
in above mentioned.
The petition for the laying out of this
new road was signed by ninety-five per
cent. of the citizens resident in the vi-
cinity, and criticisms therefore comes
with bad grace from any one who theA
signed.
So far as increase of taxation is con-
cerned, the commissioners are respon-
sible for only one mill of the increase in
county taxation, and that was levied
for the special purpose of repairing the
county roads, which every citizen knows
were in bad condition; and this fund,
of course, is being used solely for that
purpose. The school tax is the largest
item of county taxes (7 mills), and that
is levied at the instance of the school
board by the county commissioners, and
expended by that board exclusively.
The increase in the State tax rate (one
and-one-half mills), the commissioners
are of course, not responsible for.
The foregoing statement is made for
t information of all who are not fa-
1heillar with the facts. %'
E. C. SMITH, Chairman,
J. W. COLWNS,
R. G. JOHNSON,
W. A. REGISTER.
A Nice Letter.


DELAND, FLA., April 17, 1908.
Hon. John G. Collins, Tallahassee, Fla.:
My Dear Old Friend-I enclose check
for subscription as per bill. You and I
may sometimes disagree on persons and
measures, but we have always been
friends and we will remain so, whether
or not you support me and my friends
for anything. I am the original Bryan
man, and Bryan will tell you so and if
elected a delegate I am for him for
President. He is the only man that
can hold the reform vote together.
Hearst and Watson can take the re-
form vote from any man but Bryan, and
that is why they do not like him. Hope
you keep well and prosperous.
Yours truly,
JYours. E. ALEXANDER.
And now he and John Stockton have
jumped on the State Prohibition Water
Wagon with both feet. It shows their
demagogism, but we do not believe
either of them fool the voters of Flori-
da in it. We do not believe most vot-
ers favor mixing church and temper-
ance into politics and political schemes.
Object to Strong Medicines.


Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed by
physicians for rheumatism. There is
no need of internal treatment in any
case of muscular or or chronic rheuma-
tism, and more than nine out of every
ten cases of the disease are of one or
the other of these varieties. When
there Is no fever and little (if any)-
swelling, you may know that it is only
necessary to apply Chamberlain's Lini-
ment freely to get quick relief. Try It.
For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. *
Asltomeble Carval aI New Toer L
The great Automobile Carnival is now
being ld in New York. Over 5,000
*ut mobie are participating. To cele-
brate the camnividal the New York World
ham array ed to preset the words and
mue of Maue Klin's famous Auto-
mobile Song, as sung at the Hippo-
dremNew York. nuel Klein is
the musical director of the Hipl
drome, the greatest spectacle in
world, and Maa written many famous
son hits. Dos't fal to get Auto.
m l Song with next unay's World.
Mule by perms Nios M. IWtmark A
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S. J. HILBURN
OF PALATKA

Candidates for Legislatre. His Plat-
ferm.
From the platform of Hon. S. J.
Hilburn, candidate for the Legislature
from Putnam county, we take the fol-
lowing :
ECONOMY.
The administration of our State g6v-
ernment has become too expensive.
Nearly every Legislature enacts laws
raising the salaries of officers, making
many new offices, enlarging the clerical
forces in the different departments and
in the several state offices that are not
necessary, appropriating money to many
objects and enterprises that could easily
be ispensed with, thereby making the
Iboen of taxation too heavy upon our
people. I shall oppose all expenditures
of the people's money except such as
may be absolutely necessary in an hon-
est and, economical administration of
our affairs.
STATE LANDS.
Under the present law the Trustees of
the Intprnal Improvement Fund are au-
thoriaed to sell the State lands to any
person, at any time and at any price
they may see fit; secretly, behind closed
doors, as they see fit. The andsare be-
ing rapidly disposed of at small prices
and sometimes almost given away. Oc-
casionally the people learn of a disposi-
tion of their lands, but usually they
know nothing about it, as the sales are
private, only the trustees and the pur-
chaser knowing of the transaction.
Millions of acres of the people's lands
have been thus disposed of, which
means that millions of dollars have been
lost.
Onlywast year the trustees sold to
Mr. .fNeff all of the I. I. F. lands in
Putnam and Clay counties, and at a pri-
vate sale, for the paltry sum of one dol-
lar per.aere. Mr. Neff immediately sold
to Colonel J. B. D. Woodburn the Put-
nam county lands, embracing about
3,000 acres, for three dollars per acre.
You seq.the State lost about $6,000.00
on this remnant of Putnam county
lands. What was lost on the Clay coun-
ty lands I do not know. This is a very
trifling 4aair, however, when compare
with thae:ale of other State lands
throughout the State. You have heard
a great deal said about these lands,
polticisas have told you they were be-
ing stoles pd that they should be saved.
Yet this ~d of disposition is stlU in


rosre hIdj lands are rapity Dngog
disposd great loss to thrState.
*'1 e of those lands that has
Aft of ean be savadlj-
thepeo Wall "rakeoffs" and temp-
tations to athe State in their dis-
position removed.
The edy is simple, it is this:
Have the legislature enact a law re-
quiring trustees of the I. I. Fund
when tmonclude to sell any lands to
adve me in the county wherein
the la- are located, and also in a few
of t ing state papers, for thirty
days, ving everyone an opportunity
to i d in a written bid therefore, and
to seil the same to the highest bidder.
Let uch act prevent a sale of such
lands in any other manner. Such a law
will make it impossible for any one,
whether railroad, corporation, or any
peaon, to steal the public lands or to
et' them at a sacrifice. Had such a
aw been passed even ten years ago, it
woWu have saved perhaps a million dol-
la to the people of the state. During
the l|t session of the legislature I pre-
pars bill embracing the above prin-
ciple and Hon. C. A. Dupont, represen-
tative from St. Johns county, promised
to introduce it. At the close of the see-
siee he said that the reason he had not
done so was that Senator Trammell ask-
ed him not to do so, as he had intro-
duce one in the senate, but he said Mr.
Tranmel failed to call his bill up until
it waktoo late, hence the law was not
passed If elected, I shall introduce
such a kill and work for its passage.
I. SCHOOLS.


I have en chairman of the Board
of Publinstruction of Putnam county
for several years. I have become in-
tensely ilate d in our public schools.
When I 1 t on the board it was heav-
ily inde d the teachers warrants
were The board has wiped
out this ee mpletely with-
out requiring levy of taxes
than ad been levied. The
children educated at home;
very few able to attend college.
We must rove and maintain the
public I aIm in favor of our
state b, but the public schools
are Sat ad must have the
first e reful emeideration.
VAILAml PoFUNDs.
The Attorney Geral s r ored
saltagw schol are Q lad to

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LOCAL AND PIRSONAL ITMNS. To the Members of the Taaassee { ? Eaxe ra s sNext Sda EETING OF LO.OV. BRAND LODGLE R110Bell Strles Capt Law's
Ceamr". The anmal Confederate Memorial ex Captain J. n. Law, whose plan
Mr. George Smithson was among our .Tallahas Va., April 21, 1908. ercises will take place at the ceete r Warm Welcome Ratendod Them- lies along the shores of beautiful Lak
pleasant visitors Monday. This is to announce the place and next Sunday afternoon. All children Order Ia Fnest Proesperes Hall, contrary to the general mage
Mr. B. F. Isler was amo our pleas- time of the com limen" concert b who expect to attend are requested to Ceadilies. among Leon county l no ers, .a
ant visits Monda who danced his the Face of usiate State Co- meet at the e with fow-_;1= shown himaslf to benverd
subeeription. y lege for omen, which was promised ers for the ves of the soldiers.The The fifty-thirannual meeting of the pitalle to excursionistsa dp
ur on at the beginning of the course for address w be made by Dr. M. Grand Lodge, Independent Order of seekers who visit the lake. Captain
Mrs. C. M. Minter has returned from! M 907-08. Tucker, of the College for Women,who Odd Fellows was convened in the city Law owns the larger part ot this sheet
pleasant visit among frie in M will introduced by Mr. G. Talbot of Jacksonville Fla., for a three-day of water, and could easily rohbt the
ticello. the concert will begiven in the college Whitfield. session, Tuesay, April 21st, at 10 free use of it to outsiders, but be
The Easter egg hunt gives on Friday chapel, Saturday evening, Apr I2th, The program will be as follows: o'clock, with representatives from fers that they should have the privilege
April 17th, in Cherokee Park, was en-!83f0p. m. For the benltofth who Oening hymn: Onward Christian every subordinate lodge in the State, of boating and asinag there so uas
]oyed by more than a hundred Junior cannot attend at night, a matinee will Soldiers. Prayer. Hymn: Jesus, Mr. H. E. Hememann representing they do not abuse it. But last Satr-
Leaguers and their friends. be given in the college chapel at :00 Lover of My Soul. Introduction: G. Leon lodge. ay week a party Ashl g o n the L ake* .
Mrs. W. L. Moor, with her to chil. o'clock Saturday afternoon. Itis found Talbot Whiteld B. A. Address: S. An open session, at which there were an firing off a rie, and one of the
dren, Frank and Azale4, has returned necessary to give the same program M. Tucker, Ph. b. Collection. Song: resent other s besides the members of ls struck Captain Law's boonse, i-
from a pleasant visit to A alacheol, twice as the college chapel will not a- Tenting on the Old Camp Gr the Grand geand candidate s for the g at the eet of her daughter who was
where they were guests of rs. Weef- commodate all the subscribers at one Hymn: Nearer MyGod to Thee. degree, pre the morning's secret sitting on the veranda.
ing. performance. Saturday was selected Ciosin hymn. God Bee With You Till. Msesson. It i ee ditable that anyone. sho
The severe tning h Wenday an other day would interfere We Meet Again. Benediction. This session was called to order by be so culpably crele and t t is to e
e sev t hn ing ofWednesday choo work. e Grand Master J. W. White, of Jackson- f that such a des praetie
wiof vackionoolw with almost pRthat sthe c detwllneverb pat
erney cows c an a calf"out at his phata- Burns & Co's store,forthewmatinee,oro akove itha ostpprn that theIncident willnerb
tion.y pn- for the evening performance. Those The usual method of .,ndi? to- ate address wecmed the isit le- The use of firearms should be reatri.
ton attending the matinee will be admitted bcco in the curing or ryg nd members of the Grand od ed to the p roper e and place, or ese
LoST-On last Saturday afternoon, to the evening perforFance for 6fthouse isto string the leays fons concluded by stating that the it should pohi bi t together.
bA stm n O ra e Walkig an t my r Thee f cents General admission to non- I The objection to this method is that the of the city were thrown wide for the w
a small Orange Walking u Cand g e i ere of tiketan is f tf a mat. twine will sayin the center so that the visitors. Sixteen years editorial work
inder wil pee return and get We .rme etertainmet of leaves a pon it will slide toward On behalf of the visitors C. L Bit. wrecked the nerves of Chris. 0. Cod-
eaesW. H. CHAN, ev h or and en hat ei be in cent er unnlng togetir cause a tin ger, of Ocal, responded. express ton, of the D nod Nes, and
9-2t True Democrat h veh r dp and oe thrtaininb dood eeal of dapaa to the tob co. ap elation for the warm words o "~ ,frced him to lay for a season of
The Junior Epworth League service .v ery Vi .no overcome this d Cficulty the toeeo welome. Several spches followed reat a.d reuperauon The editor oa
last sutda was well attne There A.UPa Mgr. hae shown iathe aceompanytag en- all of which emphasized the prosperous the Herdald has be e at tith 'off and on,"
were reftations by Geo. Floyd and seZ d grain h .as bee invested. It consists condition of the order in Florida. for twenty-odd years, with the result
Alice Chaires, also by Azalee Mo er,who Easter Service. of a Itr of lathe o laid pIal to eh th ees- Ca neol e,- ayon the vg o
recited, 'Easter Lillie," in a very A large congrog tion atten.e the other Tnd _r o J M baksonrlvie at w-the a m.. --oo e reg" claend"Is anusly awthat- e e"
e ran m er. She held in he hanl Eate r serie at Thity m ethodist the center metsa of speaing blocks. Jal- e- the ade o f e primates th at
a ge buonh of Easter lillie, church last Sunday. The pastor, Rfev. over tl st of tthe .rm There was the usual Easter ornintg is t that ke lla swdetes areste. .
Palatka Times-Hterald m: "To an out. IS Pattersona fromi ebrows a robber plt or erd at the Leon coun ail, ton and t load forvr o te
aider it appears as if theace for Co 11:1 and Ps. 17 "Bt now they de- regular terv i ent thi strip before 9 o ck by to rn a village
gress wut pn the Third is getwee Grugga sird a better country, that is, a haves is slitted, there ptw shoer to; O e alf of e iss A. L. Be man of nervous
and Kehoe." Looks the C Wa t I erefore God ise not ashamed of which intersect ha te ar, oaf te primm rso e n g tg ram e t who te out one wor th
most of us up here in the dr them, to be called their God; for He angleStoe form a cross. The stom r ecarols which had obee ht them is uth days of his lifeto
gresslonal District too. W are full hath pe them a c ." I shall. t.he tobacco le-s thrt h through mefor.,e with a fervent t* afte. r ev d day'e work that he does.--Pat s
sure that Gilchrist, Lamaer d e Grigga be m ea when I aw rwith Thyt ,.. n the ac- which, books and papers were atrb- G 'oa Herald.
aue th.e a..s. f. ToeThe was beaMn decorate re he t mh m amm o Mrs. Gamble returns thanks for the Mrs H .. Gam ble who lhasl e J
Can.,d r Heaste T p m e|Alangh ea clolroe su ended the o atrthe gnd Ahnd ltberol dto se n he ate of e
-w. She odonto sp hecan d ae ovely oi o son Iy Miss ever dre ye _may __ e i dier, tho who contributed next SWdy April ^eth, at 5 o"'
t ,- the it. a rs as-- i-a.m Be frownr one of the students at drawn w7t the fat a t wthe-t w : MrJn Winthrop, Mrs. Jas. earmesly request the choirs~. .
W rao rsoufe .r. C os e or Women out in ry. U to th tt tUi dol. Miss Annm e Ames, Mrs. Wi. churchelt mas to be present and
faatntpreaose n s th s wof wh. gre. tc s t) ti a ,n the msc Tech l dnAa re
,__,,__l ......... ..a...full.. a ...p.eed emaa.. 1tlltthe l o1 befor d, wh a. f ~arnt m B a rthe wusie The chldMrenar te


uior o., specialistarenPhiladelpia, P. T. Nicoo the Jewlr haSon spaced on t hae. more leaves Geraladdinton, M Alice Ap. to form o e of the I
Pa. hand a lot of Bracelet Belt u be hung in a spe t thorp, and Mis Clean Hampton while t cholir iss in*UB
Mr. A. H. Waldon, of Taento, Can., Belt Pins and Hat As-the newest the old twine ad needle method. This __ rsan Soldiers," thoeyw a
sang at St John's Epis l church things out for dainty Easter gift. 2 economies on the labor in ha the WheaW GewlaW is Tallahi ee and strew the soldiers' graves
both morning and evening Wald- Mr. G. Noble Jones and wife, of Sa- hangers in the drylaWg raom. Bs h B in lot owes.
on has a magnificent barit -voisce and vannah. Ga., are in Tallahasse for the more, there is an economy of the tie Mb Je lark has i Boa, to Hon. W Mtloh
hss'ingwas V"11s back of her fathiers house a luxuriant BoMn to Hon. W. U. Mcintos
his ws yn! ,.u.. the Cpuro sing their younget chin facing the havitode of beaded wheat,= up wifeuo Mon a a e
coagregat m "O IulonDer. MC- oowfor btretment.The inventor ot imiffWa r ohm os
&add greatly to the sucicew of the mu T are guests of Mrs. A. L Bond. baer is Mr. E.. of Hatvs l athit ofl he o_,
4W inVas f th amt
sicalpr by her exqa t playing FOR BALE-I ot of ypr tiir M aal-scemad iys .ofteg gHgg
on situated on Wakull3 river In WakullaK imrad a let o
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prW the l from.PDw upmf-eso bsm
day afternoon Te aga, = a gdW W Sm pVAof 4.0
WA M Qke dte OWdch-11*ren, Of didmfeny for ~wumbiue:
109 on Bodoe$ tthmbrtue to faR fine. af Km A.eL ry fm miolW 140 o
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104 MASON BUILDING.
STinning, Plnumbinsg
Sheet-Metal Work
All work in the line of
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Plumbing a Specialty.

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A Word About

Prescriptions.


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT
Ji 6. n.COLU Prov.pu r.


9pIUSHWRI EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.

Ntsmd a Second Clas Matter March 31. 1906. at
Post Offic* at Tallaa Florida. under
Aectt Conire"rof March 1879.

*-- In Telephone Buildini. Corner Adams and
Clinton Streeta. Telephone No. 190.

b~seritlion, 1.00 Per Year, In Advarne.
Advestains Rate on Application.

The True Demcrat Is t Official Newspper
of L.en Cuwnty.

TaeUshas., Friday, April 24, 1908.


aWWhisky advertisements ar not accepted
and laserted in this newspaper at any price or
under any conditions or circumstances. Not a
ngle onwe has ever appeared in it.

Our absence from the city from the
first of the week until Friday at the
hour of going to press, is the only ex-
cuse we have to offer for the scarcity
of editorial matter in this issue.
After a pleasant personal interview
with the Hon. D. H Mays, just as our
last forms are being prepared for the
press, we are now satisfied conclu-
sively that we went some too far in our
criticism of his candidacy and of him
personality. This newspaper has no de.
sire to cast untrue and damaging reflec-
tions against anyone, and now that we
are satisfied an injustice was done him,
in the main, we cheerfully make this
statement, and in doing so withdraw
and withhold articles that had been
prepared for this week's issue, with the
earnest hope that the differences be-
tween us are forever settled and that
be and I shall remain the personal
friends we have always been.
We are satisfied in our own minds
that Governor Broward will not neglect
his office as governor, as some of our
exchanges pretend to believe, but will
do his whole duty as chief executive of
the State of Florida as he sees it even
if it is a choice between duty and the
U. S. Senate.-Arcadia Champion.
Mrs. Childs, he is doing that very
thing just as sure as life. He does not
stay here attending to business as
much as a fourth of the time.
Silver Tea fer the Beelit of the
Catholic Church.


The charming residence of Mr. and i
Mrs. Charles A. Cay was the scene
Thursday afternoon of a delightful
gathering of ladies and gentlemen who
were interested in helping the ladies of
the Catholic congregation raise money I
for their church. The whole spacious
lower floor was thrown open and every
available space adorned with vines of
smilax, graceful ferns and exquisite
flowers. Easter lillies made the airt
heavy with their fragrance, and sweet-
pea blossoms, roses and narturtiums t
delighted the eye with their delicate
beauty.
A freewill offering of silver was
dropped into one or the other of the lit- i
tle silver bonbon dishes presented by
two lovely little maidens, Frances Papy 1
and Georgia Demilley. The sum thus
received was augmented by the pro-
ceeds from the sale of candy and fancy
articles. Every variety of the delic-
ious home-made candies for which Tal-
lahassee is so famous, were to be had,
but the supply scarcely equalled the de-
mand, so popular is this dainty among
young and old. In another room a
large table was spread with dainty no-
tions made of crepe paper. There were
lovely lamp shades made in the form of
the glowing poinsettia, globes for elec-
tric bulbs in the shape of tulips and
chrysanthemums; bonbon boxes; deco-
rative patties and fancy baskets of
-every color and size. All these were
the exquisite work of some of the
church ladies.
Strawberry and pineapple sherbet
with delicious wafers were served as
refreshments.
The musical program was delightful.
There were vocal numbers given by
Mrs. Clifford Foster Mrs. Charles Cay
and Miss Gertrude Chittenden. Talla-
hassee's two lovely young violinists,
Misses Mary Page Randolph and Lucille
Saxon, matchless players, both de-
lighted the company wib a violin duett.
They were accompaniedby Miss Mary
Home, a no less gifted musician from
the College for Womq. Mrs. Minter.
also a brilliant pianisI played several
numbers, as did Miss sieEdmondson,
whose gracefully given services are al-
ways in demand at gatherhls of this
kind. Miss Edmondson also played
Mrs. Foster's accompaniments. The
last musical number was given by little
Miss Minter who sang very sweetly.
One of the most interesting features
of this part of the afternoons program
was a reading given by Mrs. Julius
Hirschberg, whose talent in this line
has long been a source of much pleas-
ure to her many friends
There was a la crowd present.
both of men and w and a financial
outcome was very ing.
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Just a little selMw is all that la,
oeeesary to give your baby whan it is
m os and peevish. Caseweet contains
so opiates nor harmful drus, aSd
Im by ~recommended by mothers
Conforms to the Na
PFood and Drug Law. Bold


QUIET IN PZNSACOLA.


City is Quiet Agala sad BIaIess Re.
smes Normal Ceaditle.


The restlessness and excitement
which has possessed the majority of all
classes of people in Pensacola since the
strike of the conductors and motormen
of the Pensacola Electric Company,
more than two weeks ago, has abated
to a marked degree. Absolute quiet,
in so far as the strikers and their sym-
pathizers are concerned, prevails
throughout the city.
The order issued by United States
Judge Sheppard against the street ecar
strikers and their sympathizers isso far
reaching that it has so far resulted in
stopping all disorder. In fact, the city
is very quiet, and the restraiinng order
is being generally discussed. Oiers
are serving the order on the strikers,
and as manyas an be reached who
have show et tlat the unfortunate
affair. 2b order is complete in every
way.
In the eas of the sudden illness of
Sergeant H. A. Parrish and Privates
Francis Smith and R. A. Burke, of
Jacksonville, alleged to be due to eating
poisoned candy, the general belief is
that the soldiers were poisoned by eat-
ing something prior to having been
given the candy. Physicians have said
that there was evidence of ptomanie
poisoning, and it is not believed here
that there was any endeavor to do in-
jury to the soldiers. The investigation
was made in justice to the sheriff and
deputies, one of the latter having furn-
ished the candy.
Conductor Hoffman, who was shot
Tuesday afternoon on the Park Line, is
still in a very serious condition at St.
Anthony's Hospital.
The city of Pensacola and the Elec-
tric Company have each offered a re-
ward of $250 for the capture of the men
implicated in the crime.
A Pleasant Resalea.


Forty-seven years ago, in the far-off
city of Key West, three little girls
whose brief years had been spent in
that intimate companionship to which
only little girls can attain, bade each
other a tearful good-bye. Since that
time until within the past few days the
three of them together have never met.
One remained in Key West, and in her
young womanhood was married to Hon.
L. W. Bethel, who afterwards became
lieutenant-governor of Florida. Anoth-
er went to the North, where she mar-
ried General William Luddington, now
retired, of the United States Army,
while the third, the daughter of the
late Judge William Douglas, of revered
memory, came to Tallahassee and con-
tinued her residence here as the wife
of Mr. George Lewis, president of the
First National Bank.
Last week these three friends met
again, and dined together, with several
of their decendents and relatives, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. It
was a delightful reunion-a pleasant
reminiscence upon which to linger in
memory.
General and Mrs. Luddington have
been guests of Tallahassee for several
months. They seem to be delighted
with the old-world charm of Florida's
capital But their visit is now drawing
near its close greatly to the regret of
the many new and old friends whom
they will leave behind. Mrs. Ludding-
ton, especially, has endeared herself in
many ways, and she will be remember-
ed by her many kind and charitable
deeds. The King's daughters espec-
ially, are indebted to her for the deep
and practical interest she has taken in
their work.
Picnic at Wacssa River.
You are cordially invited to attend a
general picnic given under the auspices
of the Waukeenah Camp of the W. 0.
W., at the head of the Wacissa river,
May 7.
The object of this gathering is for our
friends as well as our ourselves to meet
the candidates for State and county
offices, and to give these candidates an
opportunity to state thel platforms.
This invitation has been sent to the
following candidates :
N. B. Broward, W. B. Lamar, D. H.
Maya, Julius Salomon, R. C. Dunn, A.
C. Croom, J. W. Kehoe, J. F. P Griggs,
J. N. C. Stockton. Jefferson B. Browne,
A. W. Gilchrist, W. M. Holloway, W.
N. Sheats, G. W. Walker, Nat R.
Walker, R. H. Buford. D. U. Fletcher
and W. K. Jackson.
Special train over S. A. L. from Tal-
lahassee 8 a. m. Returning to arrive
at 5 p. m.
Round trip $1.00.
S. S. FLEMING,
Con. Committee.
H. L. GAY, Clerk pro tem.
Off t Their first Trip.
The Tallahassee Base Ball boys make
their first visit to Monticello Wednes-
day to open the season there. They
carry a strong line-up and a good swift
contest is expected as Monticello has
been doing some tall practicing lately.
The "Montos" are the Florida Cham-
pions, and it will take some playing
sure enough to take this title from
them.
Many of the Fans from here will ac-
company the boys, and it is hoped
enough will go to give the boys the
proper encouragement. Here's lack
boys if we cant be with aM, we wlff
"pull" here all we can. rmi back a
clean seoro of 1 to 0 and all w be sat-
ified A. FAN.

There will beheMld atthe Armory on
April 29th a tacky party, cake walk
and baby show the auspices of
th M ddital. o awaprdied Admis-
sion 10 cents. Refreshments served at
a small additional price. From four
to six o'clock.


To the Voters et Leea.
In justice to myself I feel that I
should state the facts regarding my
failure to qualify as a candidate for the
position of County Judge before April
10th. as required by the rules of the
Democratic Executive Committee. The
following letter shows that I went twice
to the committee for the purpose of
qualifying, and that I failed to do so
because the committee was unable to
inform me as to the amount of the as-
sessment. In view of these facts the
committee met in special session on
April 18th, and by a vote of 12 to 1 al-
lowed me to qualify. My name will
appear on the ballot at the Democratic
primary on May 19th.
Respectfully ,
HOWARD GAMBLE.

Mr. Howard Gamble, Tallahassee, Fla.:
Dear Sir-In compliance with your
request to give you a written statement
of the facts within my knowledge with
reference to your failure to qualify as a
candidate for County Judge of Leon
county, Florida, I beg to say that all of
such facts within my knowledge are as
follows
Immediately after the adjournment
of the meeting of the County Execu-
tive Committee on the 21st ult., you
asked me what the fee of a andidate
for County Judge in the primary would
be. I stated in reply that I did not
know, but that I would ascertain same
from County Judge, as the compenms-
tion of the oie was constituted of fees
and not a stated salary.
I promptly asked for this information
from the Couty Judge, andhe stated
that he would let know. l qag
the County Jud or such iff67 ;
and he rephd tbe was them sas-
lating the same.
About two weeks ago, and after IJad
approached the County Judge a- so
time, you called at my office sad agal
asked me what the fee we d I std
that the County Judge was tbhen a0al
lating the same. On Tud ylast the
County Jud advsed me what the eaon
pensatIon to e *boe was.
Yours v7s Iqn lEDMONDO
Chairman .eo County Executive


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Biss seas. Receives.
It is a real pleasure to entertain
friends in Takh assee, because
all so vitally interested in m-ei-: t_
one's function is a success. They send
in flowers by the cartload, and the fol-
low immewitely after to arrane them
,4n that beautifully artistic manner that
gains so many compliments for the hos-
tess; ad they help make the delicious
cake that establishes her reputation a-
an aecomp housekeeper I Then,
at the las y don their prettiest
gowns and their very best to make
each other #ad everybody else have a
time.
I= LSaile Blake was the hostess on
Tuesday at one of the most beautiful
afternoon receptions that Tallahassee
has been favored with this season. Her
beautiful home on North Calhoun Street
was thronged with exquisitely dressed
women, young and over-young who
had gathered there in honor o Mrs.
W. D. Bloxham and Mrs. W. J. Glenn.
These ladles, with Miss Blake, formed
the receiving party, and stood in the
front parlor against a massed back-
ground of delicate ferns and yellow
scholzias. The guests first entered a
hall glowing with amaryllis lillies and
red roses where they were welcomed
by Mrs. E. K. Hollingerand Mrs. H. E.
Felkel, and shown the wey to te re
ception room. From there they were
directed by Mrs. Howard Gamble and
Mrs. A. L Messer to the refreshment
parlor where Mrs. Clifton Gwynn and
iss Blanche Blake, assisted by a bevy
of charming young ladies, served delic-
ious ice cream and various kinds of
cake. In this room asparagus terns and
sweet peas ran riot. Table, sideboard
and mantel, all, were a mass of bril-
liant, fragrat bloom. Next this room,
in a smaller parlor, dainty and sweet
with white oleander blossoms gleaming
through sprays of delicate heavenly
bamboo, the punch bowl was presided
over by Mrs. Fred C. Moor and Miss
Kate Blake.
At intervals delightful music was furn-
ished by one or another of the guests
who had been asked to lend their ser-
vices.
Miss Mary Paige Randolph, with her
matchless violin, played to her mother's
accompaniment on the piano. Mrs.
Randolph was succeeded at this instru-
ment by Misseu Jessie Edmondson,
Elizabeth Tatum and Connie McCon-
nelL
So delightful had the afternoon been
spent that the guests were loth to leave,
and it was nearly dark before they fi-
nally dispersed.
Mrs. BIloxham, although an entire
stranger here urtil last fall when she
came among our people as the wife of
Tallahassee s foremost citizen, ex-Gov-
ernor W. D. Bloxham has steadily won
an enviable place in the hearts of her
husband's friends. Mrs. Glenn is not a
stranger, though she has not visited
here for several years. She is a native
of Leon, and, in her girlhood, was well
known in this city as Miss Mary Blake,
the niece of the former Mrs. Bloxham.
Mrs. Glenn is also a cousin of Miss
Blake. She has been makmg an ex-
tended v.sit here, dividing her time
pleasantly between her uncle, ex-Gov-
nor Bloxham, and her cousin, Miss
Blake. Much to the regret of her many
old friends, Mrs, Glenn's visit is draw-
ing to its close. She expects to leave
next week for her home in Lynchburg,
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W. K. JACKSON with consumers, dealers and producers,
*V.,rAv=0 hearing their troubles, observing their
Great need of redress for wrongs done
them; ten years legislative experience;
was a member of the House of Repre-
sentatives 1899, 1901 and 1908; was a
member of the Senate 1906 and 1907.
Have voted for and helped to pass every
section of the Railroad Commission law
now on the statute books of the State.
My experience and contact with rail-
ibegan in December, 1867. From
then until now, a period of 40 years,
there has not elapsed a continuous
month that I have not had something
to do, some business transaction with
some railroad. As a passenger, I have
travelled on railroads in most of
states of the Union, and have experi-
enced and observed the service given by
them. As a passenger I have travelled
on every railroad in this State excepnl
such as have beo n eoustructed during
the last year or two. I have eae-
enced and observed the service of ltor-
ida roads. I have had six years exper-
ience as railroad agent, billing in aad
CAN DIDATL yu out two to three hundred loads of'
CANDIDATE FOR RAILROAD CON- miscellaneous farm products, merdmchan-
MISSIONER. dise and supplies each year. selling
tickets, making daily, weekly and
SDEAR SIR: monthly reports, adjusting and settling
M........... claims for short, lost and damaged
However much I would like to meet shipments, etc.
you face to face and present myself to As a consignor and as a consignee, I
you as a candidate fo Railroad CoM- have shipped, received and handled
missioner, it is impossible for me to do thousands of ars and thousads ot tons
so, and must kindly ask you to allow of miscellaneous products of the soil,
me through this method and through the mill, the mine and the factory.
friends of your community or county Have formulated and prosecuted to ad-
to ask you to consider my fitness n justment hundreds of claims for loss,
qualification for the work of Railroad damage and overcharge on shipments.
Commissioner. I realize that in this age railroads
In coming before you as a candidate are necessary to development sad to
for Railroad Commissioner, and asking the prosperity of the people, and devel-
you by your support, and by your votes opment, and prosperity of the pplis
to delegate to me the power, the as,- necessary to the success and
thority and the duty of represent tng of the railroads. There as no
you and the great interests entrusted mate reason for gatagorism between
to the Railroad Commissionp-of repre- the two. There nterst are, sad
sending you when and where you as a should be mutual. All that the people,
people cannot represent yourselves- as a people, want is just what they are
fully realize that I am asking a great entitled t. All the railroads should
deal t want is just what they are entitled to,
The interests and the welfare of the and neither the railroad commission or
people of Florida can only be conserved the courts should give or allow them
by a Commission com ed of men who more.
know the rights and equities of the My life, both public and private be-
people, composed of men who know fore and for the seventeen years Ilave
the privileges, rights and equities of been a citizen of the State, is open to
the railroads; men who at all times and investigation and criticism. 1 nvest.i-
under all conditions are ready and will- tion is invited to the end that every
ing to concede to the transportation citizen, every elector of the State, ma
lines in the State all and every privil- determine advisedly whether or not
e, right and equity that belongs to am better qualified, better fl t a, and
tem, or to which they re or may be whether or not I could and would srve
'entitled by law or JustO ;e;ompose of the State more efficiently as a railroad
men who know to what the people are commlsioner than some other candl
entitled; men who know tfe power, date. Respeetfull,
authority and scope given them bylaw, W. K. JACKSoN.
and who will, to the extreme limit o Lakeland, la., March 10, 1908.
Iuch power and authority, maintain to .
the people of the State, without senti- re
Smsat, nthou prejudices w i tout he -


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WCINWGSS, 3rd iS T the faithful dotes the o
Iam yours zeesads ly.
W uLLIAM 3. Osar.
To the Dmerat Voter, Vo the 5th e**mmislon-
otwe Di Dat atofLa oaOnty. Florida:
siC l to be I eba- "ay a a i r t
toe of e e Imot seudest to the as-
tiesa Othe mDe PeAtmry.
BuIIsamgse sa^ fswis e t -A O t am--R a -als t I wil wto
g tfSt ~D.I.L the Doele em *tdt Ifeal ga tal to
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VA atITo the e No Jadg oul ad a :
*nzuAu A. 3a6T3m.
E i- ,JIeat alfSv n0 1 UM t fas. To the Demonatie Votes of Loess County:
S. ao he ouncemyst tdaforn the oeple of
-ft msatims y a lat



o-. d *( Amt-mv for 10tho-at. County Cmimornw to*a Disa Ct N Xs, Leon
SIf. o. W. WAmr emoutr rDist et to nom nato by the n D -met a-
W. oe Apr omtt e Plum. ad pasnecmfe all tok r sup-
Spoplf i a rt for Mid nomption.
"b Clh ad W l: srve6your Int t faithfully and well, and toE M
Se t sefll To rve t aao the bVoterst of othe people of the
Sd to announce myself a candidforate for Co-ounty.
th 4110d my Wv of n thetDemocratle Primaries.
d trict I b very it eReectfully. W. F. YvAasovos.





f iltoutor th ur suptpn at the ooin RICHARD G. JOHNoON.
Sthe vr bt of me I wl kwl-that To the Democratic Voters of Cothe Third Coan-
w erthatmight s them era s District No. Leon County.:
St e.a. sn thv dat o th ies I bI to announce mythat cand idate for r-th eof
thiswena they have beo plad the past of County a tnCommia ioner forn
Ge. W. W hn county subjecThird Ditrt to nonaton b the coming Dn-primary.
ocrtic Prin y. and respectfully ask your. up-
To te Vter the ondd l Ccuit, com- p emorati Voterrt for the nominaCom iontion.
theaantes of atIAMo Jeteson God- IU nominated and elected, I pledge myself to
POOL= Calhoun, Franklin and Wkula: serve your interests faithfully and well, and to
SOUNTY JUDEserve t also the best interests of the people of the
avin hervude now tor more a candidate for whole county
aty JudA of mon Couid District. IIda. 1 ereb Yours very respectfully,
to for yaour support at the coming to k th t of all DeG.rat on the
eim letion-pl ednt you tofullthe duthe faithful dutioftheoce.
ie* to the very best of my igal knowl- To the Democratic Voters of the Third Commis-unty
oift ec V1 1 ABsioner's District. Leon County :
She~a e y as in the days of t the p to do I be to announce that I am a candidate for re-
I went amot y, plesdng tothe au' election to the office of County Commissioner for
In mlracy, when It was then necessary to the Third District in the coming primary.
OWs Yours to command*A L IJ. W. COLLINS.
To the Democratic Voters of the 5th Commission-
FOR COUNTY JUDGEoer's District. Leon County:
ERadV served now for more than a year as friends Ianounce my candidacy for County Cor-
Count Judge of Leon County, Florida. I hereby missioner for the th C(nmissioner's District and
anguenes myself as a ssw'idate for election to sincerely ask the support of all Democrats on the
thatea, sbjec N 1t to thea ctio of the Demoaticat 19th of May.190. If elected I pledge myself to
Primary. I plege if seted, a faithful and im- the faithful duties of the oice. t
partial attmendAls to the duties of the oBoe. I am yours respectfully.
B. A. MaoimNIas. E. E. McDANIEL
To the Democratic Voters f Ln Cont: To the Democrati Voters of eon County:








To the DemoI rstle Voteso 8ttt lt oni aCoun :
A number of my friends having requested me
I heareby annonce myself as a e adlator tthe to doso I hereby announce for re-election as
position of County Jdg ujet to the act ion a Countomasion from County Commission-
the Dmocratie Primar. bor's Dstrict No. I. having serve you faithfully
in making i I- L a- ta I wish at the and sueeed olly tbofe. I promise to give the
same mi mstnotG mya r slonds dt m duties of timhe responsible oce my best attention.
out 5t for the .pledi gave mo s ell tinwg your support.
at He M a m. but also for their many ex- Respectlly. Jox C. Moos.
1p00 qMw l good t tLaateo etrduring
C tp"M two eraru. To the Democratie Voters of Laeu County:
i wlel perfothe duties of the office I herb w anne e myself h a e a ndidate for
MfltlhP ns yml al.f County commissioner fo on o o .re District
HowAD GAmxaM. No. a1 subject to the aetto aof tM Democratic
Primary lneation, and premise my blt service if
FM- m UL eUE. eleted-l. locitiyour Csupport.
To the Demussoat4Vea eof ounc ty: Taoan .
s am WNW aeCandidate for nom. To the Demeortle Votat lLes Cnt :
am "d o-letion a Tres u er of In s I bhre*v announce that Im a waida te befoe
r bi t tos the natis of the c e oax Dembocratie Por a for Coat
Sto he he for w such p. m l ine from Distrit No
: toaat thm 1 all d Em gouds t for tb t elfted I roms to give the r my best at.
i on a pdmNport, w a" W l appresate re- o testic, tlinm the support o iDemocrats.
/ullagain them future support sr thasOca. Respectfuly, W. I. o tPeaI.






Me Lnttu rontly. :
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If JheelaD c aVd teda of Lessl D suato.
Selstionet a the se psitism id for them ea
Sdoo s subject I*o bemstmm nb o the Desmocraie tahe
SI point ie Is the prest t est impuLvemsst d
M. EL.ANmegg our white pubinee aroolsin* ye ae 1t, whieb
has take n place thr uoume t o lasonomatron
M v oA TOF IRCUIT n the pea three eeomunder, I prese t
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sa se soft Souct f sub- new peteatdet che Votk whi oe n vCu
e s :o e lrtMae Pr- from the hands of ur presat eolicit. I
p-or s o n Ma t for muh rejoice at having been to ive ass beist in this good
Swork-- ad plede Imself tod alln m. ou y powet to
U givhe my time pronote still fuArther improrements in nse I am
deannae of the hsUm r with asnthor term.
Yours truly.
To the Domoeratle Voters of Sehool District No,2
Lloee County. Florida:
I h so announce myeandiday for the eoke
s o Daemse ale Vmee4Let u Conuntt of theBoardof Public lnstructles fo
and Rd 1Ps Itf -lly. D. 3L Co x.
To the Democratic Voters of School District No.1I
we Loan County. Florida:

W. A. D! Wgr.s.Y. DitrDt No. I of lAc county. subject to namina-




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J011 0 4LCOu PbuNsher.

rwUBaWD uV T UaMAT NORNM4.
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Chairs, April 22.-Rev. I. S. Patter-
of Tallahase, came out last Wed-
mI morning and remained till Fri-
y with hi relatives. He and Mr. J.
I Pattero went fWhing on the river,
sad cuht smne of the1 nest fish we
eve had thpleasure of eating. We
believe the minister is almost as sue-
esful catching fish as he is in winning
MKi Mary Woodberry visited her
parents from Friday till Monday p. m.
when she returned to her school duties
at the college.
Miss Pearl McLin, of Tallahassee,
was the guest of Miss Glidewell at
Professor Woodberry's from Friday till
Sunday p. m.
The Easter egg hunt which took place
on the Methodst church grounds Thurs-
day afternoon was the delight of the
little folks. Although somewhat older
than they we could not answer some of
the questions prompted by their en-
quiring little minds in regard to the
rabbits etc.
Mr. J. C. Upchurch started to Fer-
nandina last Wednesday on business,
but finding the man in Jacksonville he
returned home the same day.
Messrs. Miles Johnson, Jr., Talbot
Bernard and Bootsy Gwynn were in
Chaires Sunday evening.
Colonel NatR. Walker and Mr. Bu-
ford were to speak here Saturday.
They came but failed to get a crowd to
hear them. They went on to Lloyd.
Mr. E. C. Smith had business in Mic-
cosukie last week.
Miss Anna E. Chaires arrived yeste.
ea on a visit to her brother David.
Mrs. Alice Scruggs and little son left
Monday a. m. to visit her sister, Mrs*
Armond Chaires, in Valdosta, Ga.
Rev. Mr. Mickler and wife returned
Monday from Miccosukie. Mr. Mickler
reported good crowds and good collec-
tions at both his preaching points. The
people generally do their part on old
Leon Circuit. The people of Chaires
have bought a fine new stove for the
parsonage this year, and the people of
Centreville are furnishing it with some
new dishes.
Mrs. Minton, of Tallahassee, paid
Mrs. Mickler a brief visit last W wes-
day en route from Monticello.
The Senior Epworth League held an
interesting meeting Sunday afternoon.
The programme was of course an
Easter one. Quite a large number of
young people were out. Mr. Loois
Patterson will act as leader next Sun-
day. The special service of the joint
Leagues was called in as some were so
busy practicing for the closing exer-
eies of school, which takes p e on
May the 29th we believe.
As Easter came so late this year it
afforded an opportunity for us all to
wear our new hats before so that we
might not entirely loe the of
the holy day in thinking ofp attire
worn for the first time.
Rev. J. D. Bohamon delivered a fine
ermon in the Baptift church Sunday
morning which seemed suited tall ages,
classes and conditions.
Be careful about that little- cough.
Get something right away; some good,
reliable remedy that will nmie the
bowels. Kennedy's Laxatives ,oeCh
Syrup acts gently yet promptly*_ the
bowels and allays iflammation mh t
same time. It is pleasant to ta ft d
It is especially recommended for illi
ren, as It tastes nearly as good -
maple sugar. Sold by all druggists. *
Leaves It When It Starts to Get
Votes.
Jacksonville, Fla., May 23, 1904.
Mr. ---, -City:
My Dear Sir-In repyto your Ia.
quinr regarding my posSeon concering
ar hereby p.
thorisedbymoe speclft y to s ba to
your f a or others interested, t
I will nt attempt to establish any -
Ian this State should I be mae
GO-or of Florida. On the eat ,
I would discourage the p-m- of a
te td.I have come to this cae
aim atAir much thought on the umbjdK
and esaierable ivtiato of it I
Bad that the people floridado et
want it, and especially are the teap-MF
sauce people of State opposed to It.
On March 29th last. I wrote a letter


etatty am views so clearly on ts smb-
ct t thought there could lger
any doubt as to where I sto
If elected Governor I shall fve the
whiskey matter just as it stands now.
Yours very truly
(Ssigned) N. B. _ow ao.
The above shows how dfme canudi-
dates can limit position ti make them
suit necessities and oo 7i. Gover-
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tion.
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lamsat amd Stalte UA ONew.
April 20.-Prof. Pauli and wife were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Strick-
land during the first week of the
eot month. They returned to
home in Atlanta, Ga., by way of Thom-
aVille.
Miss Aleta Jones, of Tallahasse, is
visiting relatives near Bethpego. At
present she is visiting her sister, Mrs.
A. R. Sessions.
Mr. J. M. Ferrell, of R. F. D. 5,
Tbomasville, received a telegram from
oms town in Montana, state that a
youm man named James Ferll had
ied In that town, and that he was a
son of James Ferrell, of Tbomasville,
Ga. Mr. J. M. Ferrell believes It is
his brother James, who went off several
ears ago, and of whom he had lost all
Mrs. D. F. Gramling and Mrs. Is*le,
of Centreville, Fla., were visiting In
the neighborhood last Thursday.
Mr. 0. C. VanBrunt, of Tallhasese,
visited his brother, Mr. R. F., on yes-
terda
J. ., o;oas county, Ga. and a
negro ward out in a boat, on Lake For-
shala, hooting alligators a few days
ago, met with an unexpected and
rather funny experience. He had just
shot and kiled (as he thought) a big
'gator, and deciding he would cut off a
pee of the 'gators tail to cook and
at as a substitute for fish, he had the
negro grab the 'gator by the tail and
begin to saw it in two. Well. a 'gatoris
something like a cat, and has, or seems
to have, more than one life, and when
the knife reached a place in his flesh
more tender than ever, he fetched a
mighty flounce and this caused both men
to throw theirweigit on one side of the
boost, and it turned over and spilled
them in the water. The gator "turned
the boat" if not "the tables" on them
m the joke. The water was shallow,
and except getting wet and cold they
eame out all right. As the "other
follow" wasn't there they laughed at
themselves.
The Sunday School celebrated Easter
yesterday in the afternoon at Bethpage
CThe children recited pieces
which they had committed to memory,
wad the Sunday School sang certain
sons which had been selected for the
occasion. Everything was executed in
a manner creditable to the school.
Mrs. A. C. Dickey was in the leaden
the getting up and carrying out te
program.
It is rather too dry up here for crops
to flourish, but it is fine weather to
plow them. We have seen some cot-
ton that is up and "sided," but planting
cotton is yet going on.
Mr. E. J. Dickey went to Thomasville
one day last week.
Some of the colored farmers up here
are buying corn at one dollar a bushel
to run their farms till oats get ripe.
As apt as not, some of these sold corn
to the country stores at fifty cents a
bushel last fall.
He Bad is Honey's Worth.
There was a coach that used to run
between Nola Cheeky and Paint Rock,
a matter of nome forty miles. For
lunch the coach stopped at a halfway
house in Tin Can, and here a good 50
cent meal was put out-cake and pie,
coffee and tea and all the cold meats
you could mention.
But the landlord of the halfway house
had a mean little secret dicker with the
driver, whereby as soon as the travel-
lers had paid for their lunch and got
fairly settled to it a call would come for
an immplete start. So off they'd all
go, grumling. They'd have paid for 50
cents' worth of food and only eaten,
you see, about 5 cents' worth.
But along came one daya traveler
with a sharp, bright ey. Te landlord
found this chap, some ten minutes after
the coach had started on again, still
tucking in pie and ham at a terrible
rate.
"Why man," he said, 'you've let
the coaeh go withoutyon."
"I know it," said the traveler calmly.
"I was too blessed hungry to stop eat

,Sddenly the landlord's face paled.
"Good gracious r' he said, "all my
silver's gone."
It was, too. Not a knife, fork or
spoon was left except the sharp-eyed
mans.
He said, ashe kept o mating, thathe
had noticed a suspiclom-looklng char-
acter among the passene-a man
with a red lead, a hump and a limp--

overtake the eaeh and bring it back.


In about forty amsts thm eoech re-
turned. Then the hrpeyed manm o
forth wiping his mouth. But he made
no eort to indeutdy the s-pio-
w. IndA4 got-
t o ok his seat atnd si
'anks, landlord, for the good food
You'll find the spoons sad thbi in the
coffee pot Now, driver, off we go.
ag'n."-Washington Star.
Quite a large number of Leon's beat
farmers and business men were Ion the
city Saturday attending the Executive
Committee meeting and transacting
business, nd we fear to attempt to
mention each one separately for fear
we wil leave some off. A visit is ex-
tended each one to always visit the
office, so that we may make mention of
all. the lach string hang loose and all
ane cordially invited to tell us the local
news from all sections. Come and Mhelp
us make you a good local newspaper.
The public school kindergarten chil-
drme sent out to their friends invite-
tdon to an Easter-eg bunt lat MOa.
d written cautete c- at
at of yeaow papl o d
wery itwetias exaerdemes flowed by
a party.


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The reader of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
me dreaded disease that seisece ha
ben abletoare in all its e
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh is
the onlycure now known-fthe
Catarrh huhg a
conutitatiodal dsae a osti-
tutional treatment. Ha a Cure
is taken iaternally, a direct upon
the blood sad muce sorfaces of the

tiEot str h building up eti-
gi the n c it.i
tution and a in nature in doing its
wor Th, propraetors have so much
fa its curative powers that they
o One Hundred Dollars for any case
it falls to cure. Send for stof
t1timoniala.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
ledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 75e. Aug. 16-tf.
Base Ball Season Opene in TaUlla*
hassee.
The Tallahassee Base Ball Associa-
tion was formed some weeks ago, with
Bradford Byrd as Manager. L. 0.
Holmes is Secretary and Treasurer, and
Peres McDougall, Captain. The team
played their opening game in Tallahas-
see last Friday afternoon with Craw-
fordville. There was a large attend-
ance and a good game.
The Tallahassee boys outclassed the
visitors, but it took good, swift playing
to do so. Crawfordville brought a strong
line-up, having players from St. Marks,
Arran and Ashmore to meet them here
and join in the game.
Lofton pitched an excellent game for
the locals, and only allowed one hit.
Tailahassee found one of the best play-
ers yet in McCloud, 2d baseman. He
was right there ever time with the
goods. His "three base drive" over
eft field was one ot the sensational
features of the game.
Sheats, the veteran pitcher, played
third, and his work in this position was
pleasing to all. "Old Chief Hamlin"
was there with his usual hitting, secur-
ing a 2d base and 3-base hit. For Craw-
fordville, Harrell, 2d base, carried off
the honors.
Tallahassee is hitting better this
yearithan last, and if the boys will
keep up spirt and play ball as they did
in this game, it will be no "scinch" for
another team to carry off the "rag."
Arrangements are now being made for
a game with the "Florida Champions,"
Monticello.
Crawfordville: Smith, C. ; Council,
P. and Cf. ; Harrell, H., 2d; Ashmore,
A. M. 1st; Ashmore, C. M. Se.; Har-
rell, W.. 3d; Ashmore, R., Lf. ; Dur-
rance Cf. anc P.
Tallahassee: Gramling 1st; Mc-
Dougall, P. B., Ss.; Hamlin Lf. Mc-
Cloud, 2d and P. ; Lofton, P. and 2d;
McDougall, A., Rf. ; McLin, Cf.; Ja-
cobie, C.
Struck out by Lofton 9, McCloud 3.
Struck out by Council 6, Durrance 3.
8 blase hits, Hamlin, McCloud. 2 base
hits, Ham6l-.
BirtMhay Part.
Mrs. S. E. Goes, of Atlanta, gave her
daughter, Mary Ruth, a charming birth-
day party last Tuesday afternoon, Apr.
14th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Lester. Twenty-five young people
enjoyed the occasion which celebrated
the seventh anniversary of the little
hostees. After enjoying the afternoon
with different e the guests were
seated for refreUhmets, The center
tables from which confections in pink
and white were served, were decorated
with pink rose, and had for its center-
piece the birthday cake, with its seven
pink and white candles. The mother
presented the pretty little hostess with
a beautiful little gold band bracelet
LastSeu Atrustem.
The last Lyceum attraction of timh
series of 1907-8 will take place next
Saturday. As this number is tobe
v tme facault of the col
gv, ,bd w m. x
rIo. it will beld tn th chapl
-t is made eessary by the fact tat
the organ occupies a prominent place
on the program. There will be two
performances, oad In the altlfnoon at
three o'clock sad the other Ia the eve-
nlog at 8:15. Thi will enable all bold-
ers of tickets to be present o one or
the other ocansom. Attention Is spec*
laty directed to the foDowiag require.
meate: All ticket holders mst pro-
oure tickets for seats from Bera A
Co.M as l, belere oat to the
ee ele they charged the
iwr admIsion fee of fifty sents at


-m ^- -
haeytr Albat tlweret*a
Aboard the Beahwoa train which bore
the Jacksonvide t l"ir bops hone from
Pemneoe yboai Ge Albert
W. Gilehrist whoad been t West
Florida during the woeek, the interest
of his candiday. Gem. erist board-
ed the train at a little sttimb about
half way between here and Pe aaeota
and was anawar that the bos
was to ride with him sunti beI gt-
ten on board. Gen.L Gilchrist Is an old
West Point man and was at ome time
adjutant-general and pectorenral
of Florida state troop. When h lear.-
ed that the boys n khaki wero aboard
the train, that Irresistible military
spirit seized him, and he went the
lenth of th trn, gr ng the boy
as only an old moldieri teS*O 0aa5eofd-


e im rwilt, K osmart s ae s
I Il-r n C** --A NY.M
190. apply, t ho 1the Ra.r .Z
it ,ar H verer 4ethe Stae Of Oa1d.
tr Letters Patent ileoeat a the a-
mark Htett Coomaay a ts r the followni
Charter:
P. willia s, A. MTyer
J. w. Callaha. w. L Morw
John L b harpe J. C. O'Dell,

HOTbL COMPANY.

Thee oe = of this corporatis Wall be The
Ark Heed Co y &ad Is
a thae Coaty of Les, to e state of mie-
Ida, with auch breach oaes eetabllaoe
elsewhere Ia the United States the Board
of Director may determine upo.L
Article II.

The general nature of the business to be
transacted by tho corporation shall be the
construction, purchase, al, leas and
operation of hotels, boarding bonuses and
features of amseomt Aincidat thereto; and
to buy, sell, eczehange, mortgage and coavy
real and personal property; to loan and
borrow money; and to take mortgages and
other securlti ea; to construct operate, leave
and control tram ways; to operate, control
and man aie launches, ferries and others
agencles of transportation on Inland waters
and within the limits of the State of Fior-
Ida's Juriediction as prescribed by the Ac-s
of Congress and the laws of Florida; and to
engsae in any and all kinds of businesses
that may be Incident to or connected with,
or necessary to the proper development and
conduct of the businesses of this corpor-
ation: to have, enjoy anu exercise all rig ts.
powers and privileges granted to corpora-
tions for profit by the laws of the State
of Florida, and the United Btates of
America.
Article il.
Capdto Bstock.
The capital stork of this corporation
shall be Twenty-five Thousand Dollars. to
be divided into two hundred and fifty shares
of the par value of One Hundred Dollars
per share. all or any part thereof to be
paid In cash, or for and on account of
services, Ilabor and property at a Just valu-
ation thereof to be fixed by the Incorpor-
ators at a meeting held for that purpose
by the Directors.
Article IV.
ED stence.
This corporation shall perpetually exist.
Article V.
Offtcere.
The business *f this corporation shall be
conducted by a President, Vice-President.
Secretary and Treasurer, and a Board of
)Directors to consist of not less than three
nor more than seven, and such other of-
ficers and a ent. am 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 et
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 oa 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-Prealdent; J. 0. Hatch.
Secretary and Treasurer: J. P. Williams, J.
W. Callahan, J. C. O'Dell. J. 0. Hatch, W.
I,. Moor, J. .L Sharpe and B. A. McTyer,
Directors.
The Directors shall meet annually Imme-
diately after the adjournment of the annual
meeting of the Stockholders.
Article VI.
Hdheet Aow t m 1 of Idelebtedus.
The higbeat amount of Jadebtedneas or
liability ta-.wlkh this cgprsetloa can at
any time subject Itself shall beo fty
Thousand Dollars
Article VII.
The Names ed Reddeowees of Seb r, b&.
The names and residenees of subecrber
to the capital stock oft this corporation,
with the amount of capital stock e b-
scribed for by each, are as fellows:
J. P. Willn ame, avannah. Ga., 48 shares
J. W. Callahan, Balnbrldge, OLa, B 5hbars.
J. R. Sharps, Balnbrlde, Oa., S shares.
J. 0. Hatch, Savanna, Oa., shares.
R. A. McTyer, Balabridge, Oa., 1 ahar.
W. L. Moor Tallahaesee. Fla., I share
J. r. O'Doll, Balubridge, GA., I ahar
STATE OF PLORIDA,
COUNTY OR FRANKLIN.
Before me. Daa'l 0. Noel, a Notary Pub.
lie In and for said tate aad County. per-
aseally appeared J. P. William. to m
well-known to be the person wo subcrlbed
to the ferIola proposed Charter of the
Lanark Hotel Company, and balaeg ty me .y
sworn did acknowledge that he apned the
ame as and tor his own free act and deed
for the eae and purpose there metlmoed.
Witness my hand and Botarlal sesl thia
12 day of March, A. D. 1908.
(aal) DAN L O. NPEE.
Notary Public In and for tho State of
Florida at Large. My Commiealoe a-
pire Nov. 20, f1lC.

STATE OP OBOoIA.,
COUNTY OF CHATHAM.
Defroe ma, T. Waller. Jr., a Notar
Puc a andfor tho es a4 State and Coaty,
prsemally appeared J. 0. Hatch, to me well
known to be the perse who sbscrtbd to
the toroolag prgBsoed Charter of the
Lnaat He Company, aa behlag by r
duly sworn did ao owlsdaws tat e*igd
thes m as sed tfr his mw frt ee act nd
dee fl the as sad purpeem there mn-
Swtaems haad and tartal seal this
27 day .1 ruar, A. D. 1900
(sae)B T. WALLER, JE..
Notary Pubie tIa ae fer tha State of
Georga. Chaethas Cesnty. My Ceale.
sto expre May 10t., I1l0


STATE r goRgIA.
COMMENT Or DUCATEb.
Before o. B.lk, a WNotary Pubtie m
and for said state aOd CWetty. pelus Ia -
peae W. Caltlahan .. J apT K A.
orand a. C. O'Dell. to mewl knows
to be the pearvoo who msuberibd to the fore
-f pr cd Chter the Laaark Hotel
poany.aad bein by me aly sworn ed
each ar himself as neither for the other
akomwleds that he ned the sam as
and forhis own free at and dd or tha
usae abd purposes there in etiosed.
WitMsa my had and notarial eal this
9 day of Mareb, A. D. 1908B.
(14,0 o a. B. FOLI.
Notary Public to and tor the State of
(eorgta, Deatur County. My Commli-
ston expires 1912.
STATE OP FLOROtID
LoN COUNTY.
atm som. NeinH Bantt,. a Notary
P tle oa and for the State of forida at
large, pers nally ape-e W. 1 M No, to
me well known to pearo whoe b
aut I toi twat- -be! "r m


To AU it no 0111110811111-t
the i We C e .
O'clock t io th me i. at'TalaMftiI
Les COal I at

Cometyo l be sse sMe r si lM .
Jis W. Masls e ht 1 tl& S-
Cort da td e es a- chMte e 5
Cdr a by t f the Lawa o
State ts PaIS H ga= :" le,
of a eepetles t be
e topt e s t aese se s htl Che
of *orda, and t T of tsee d
sha. be to staMtl a sMilate a te
Ian Sci ae Ck ea( to prob a to t
=p l J4111 tae 91 &a& :
Gospla o ls the leah d which f utmeet
the Bible,. mW ltorpreted by the Cohreita
Sd ee text beak, S aad Heaolt. wi
Ky to the eond erds. by Mar y bar o.
ddy. Tahe meb or t thise Poero
Sanr bthe u o arlgmd and all sto b pe-
some as bellv I and strictly aere t
the teahings of Chttrlaa i e&Scie ass.
taloa4 in the Bible d said text eo "k
dScience and Health, with Key to the Si-
turs, and as subscribe to the at-
thereof, and as may be elected to mLnbo-
ship 'I said Christian Seienoc Church ae-
cordial to the method which ay b pro-
vided in tbhe By-Laws of ald Church. T' o
corporation shball have perpetual exi!tQSf,
anad the affairs thereof are to be man"e
by a Board of Rlz Directore. a Presidet a
Clerk and a Treasurer. The Board of
Directors shall be elected annually at the
annual meeting of the members of the Cor-.
poration and church out of their owa num-
ber, which said annual meeting lI to be bold
on the second Wednesday in February of
each and every year and the first election
Is to be held oa the second Wednesday In
February. A. D. 1909. and the Presideat
Clerk and Treasurer are to be elected an.
nually b the Board of Director tiameb
diately after the election of ald Board oft
Directors. The By.Laws of the corpora-
tion are to be made. altered or reociLded by
the Board of Director as may be provided
in said By-Laws. The highest amount of
indebtedness or liability to which the cer-
poration may at any time subject Itself
shall be fty thousand dollars aed the ai0d
eorpqration may hold real eatato to the
amodtt of one hundred thousand dollars.
The names of the officers who ars to man.
age the affairs of this corporation until
the first annual election as provided ter li
the Charter are as follows: -
W. C. Lewis Preldent.
Florence B. Oorman Clerk.
1. EBlisabeth Ary ye Treasurer.
Mary e. Lewis Director. -
Luella C. Randolph Director.
Hayward Randolph Dlrector.
0. ElIsabeth Argyle Director.
Florence B. Gorman Director.
W. C. Lewis Director.
The names and residence of the osub-
scribers to sald Charter, and hereto, are
as fellows:-
J. T. Hines 'Tallahassee, Florida.
Clara Lewis Tallahassee. Florida-
A. EllIabeth Arlle Tallabasesee._Florida,
Mildred C. Argyle Tallahassee. Florida.
W. C. Lewi Tallahassee. FlMorida.
In Witness Whereoft we have hberoumato
signed our names this the ith day of April,
A. D. 1908. at TaUaiasae, Leos Ceunty,
state of Florida&
J.1 T. HIN .
CLARA LEWI8,
N. BLISABETH AROYLB,
MILDRIND C. ARGYLE, -A
w. C. LIWWI.
Not*c ef Velantry UquistleL
ems ISI TAdT AT A

Taylo earaty. F aer1Oid6a. n e h of

al toek.l tatwatdbdakmaai -a-a ae. Ir!ael-
datioa and be dlo"gi,&Wn aetteise lurtbsrjly-
that the smT o = 13 Stot h ek Is
pits s AlW eredumes wn-rmbr
=mt tbir elim3 a- te eS oUAW
0ont rate Bank fOr prym t.
Duehrthe order of the BDad Direetwr of
TAYLOR(UqTY SITATI IBAKL
By J. T. ir, Ith Presdent.
Attet-W. A. tresr. Oalids. 141t


made as quird satim ft, Chaptr OU
showl= h or t a se ne t tie
"Wx ui d j e Loeet. B tom
esestead fer the earest yrw1m. ead aE-
I mmat the miate the eseel fea ti
wish taaes hews hu hledie:
Total tax beo the y1...
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Amnwat paid L 1. ma...


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AMat -paid to Apr 1. 1. M 485a-
se."m


sis imso .


A Oamme MIstakte


Many women mistake ianOFr -M
bladder trobles htr seine ir lSr-
Ity peculiar to the aes. hals a KdMar
Remedy cormets IrregaulttlMe M -
makes women well Miss Oureis KB
des, eBowling Greea, y., writa: I
suffered mch pals free kiMar s ,
bladder trouble atil I started to
roses Kidnaey Rmedy. T this irs
tIe ave me great selie, and after tak .
las the meeond bottle I was entirely
well." Sold by all dra sets. -

SCREEN DOORS AND
WINDOWS S


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myhl-yame DsMisn Vear4tes ef Werk
by an BMsy m om
as.u- to asi d ~ ates bw
ie br, tbwe old saw "It t"ke
I tdee Itom aMe a man" Is lied
11 ftiMt. fE In reality,
asi bse a n0e, It takes thirty-aine
as t of MUaMt tbadM just to Wake a
eat ader t m syst a bhop
'" aMtatm tfr the day when one
r mea NrNd te eM stu., at out


a bwN jpsetdueally plsed. To.
0 0a e tafla my do though his
Mte s to matk the via.. where
bo ae to be ewed m. Another
e am ner madr plans tor butto~a.
O selalty Is to mark buttomhole.
A thbt man a the ang day in
sewIg an bottons a fourth In mak-
ofl btoannhabo. Men who aew leeve
do not make armholes. The armhole
amen gire ptace to shoulder shapeM,
Sad thb last 6o not touch collars,
which ar a distinct specialty. Even
the men who manipulate the tailor's
Wooee an divided int premises of
seams, edges, ining, sleeve and coat
presses. The basters stick to one dis.
tinct specialty of basting, and a sep-
arate functionary, the basting puller,
undoes their work. Even the coat
strap Is a separate province. So that
when the coat is'fnished it represents
thirty-nine distinct varieties of work
by as many men. And when a man
finally puts on the coat he is wearing
the product of 812 fingers and seventy-
eight thumbs, not counting the digits
of those who sheared the sheep, wove
the cloth, dyed it, finished it shipped
It and cut it nor the ink stained clerical
hands which kept a book record of all
the processes. Probably from sheep
to wearer the ceat was handled by at
least 3.000 es--New York Tribune.
Elepohan Pollee.
Tbe sight of alx pairs of elephants
simultaneously at work captialng a
half dosen struggling, trumpeting
mates Is an Imposing one. Like a pair
of animal policemen arreatag a pris-
oner, the great beasts adle alongside
a victim, take him between them and
joetle and qaeeae and worry Oim, tall
tet, towee a tree. avry tInch Is
Dotasted by the berleanm fighters
Mtil Dearng a stot tree or stamp the
lIMIe brown elephant catcher slid.
bmnm their mounts to the ground, crawl
under the ponderous bellies and shut-
fling, kicking feet slip cable slings
, about a hind toot and take a turn
w. around a tree-Strand Magazilne.


(Web *euesarg L 0. ILI
On next T"&sday night, 28th t.,
the mabemn of Le Lode No. 5,
L 0. F., of this city, wileelebrate
the 8kb Annverary of the Order in
America. After th order of business
has beeo oeUm through with and for-
mal eeremOiiea of theAnniversary
ireedn" the Lode in a body will
marhto the Bloa m Hotel, where
arrangementa have been made for a'
banquet to be given in honor of the oe-
easio. All members are requatd to
be premt, aleo all visiting Odd Fellow.
in city.
Did you know R. F. Howard's fresh
meats are kept on ice several days be-
fore offered for said.
President Roeosevelt Says
that outdoor exercise Is needed by the
American people. That's all very well,
but how can people with rheumatism
follow that advice The answer to very
simple-use Ballard's Snow Liniment
and the rheumatism will go; leaving
you a8 spry a colt. Gives quick
and permanent relief from rheumatism,
neuralgia, lame back and all pains.
Hardee-Smith Co. *
Buy your fresh meats from R. F.
Howard, the man fixed to take care of
your wants. Howard has western and
Florida meats on hand at all times. *
When a man writes as follows, don't
you think he means It? Mr. S. 0. Wil-
liams, Powderly, Texas, says: "I have
suffered for yei rs with kidney and
bladder trouble, using every prepara-
tion I came across and taking many
prescriptions, all without relief until
my attention was called to Pinelus.,
After 30 days' trial ($1.00.) i am feel-
ing fine. Money refunded if not satis-
fied. Sold by R. W. Cobb Drug Co. *
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received by me at
my office in Quincy, Fla., until April,
15th, 1908, for the brick culvert across
Jefferson street and repairing said I
street. according to plans and specifi-
cations to be seen at my office. The
successful bidder will be required to
give bond for the faithful performance
of his contract under the supervision of
the city engineer.
G. W. LAMAR, Jr.


Let Diehl
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DO YOUR PLUMBING.


You willind him at


GILMORE & DAVIS' HARD-


WARE STORE.


Material


and


Workmanship


FIRST QUALITY.


a AT.


Munro Opera House,


On


FRIDAY EVENING


April 24th.


City Clerk. A Repetition Of
Weed Tard.
Having bought out the Chief City
Wood Yard, we are prepared to furn-
ish wood in any length promptly. A THE COLLEGE PLAY
large supply always on hand.
3 BUTT8 & ROBINSON.
Buy your fresh meats from R. F.
Howard. "
pW3qfjMiss Fearless & Co'
Gu Ge* **** Pro*58


OFFICIAL CALL


* For Democratic PriM07ar lectleas In!
LeenCeutyI~ladaNay19th.
Me, &and lane Ith,1M.


The Democratie Committee of Leon County. in
the State of Florida, hereby call aid provide for
the holding of a Demnocratic Primary Election.
maid primary to be so held in said county at the
legal polling place in each election district during
the hours Axed by law, for the nomination of all
Democratic candidates for county office, to be vo-
ted for by the Democratic electors at the General
Election to be hald November 2, 108,. and to be
appointed by the Democratic Governor of the
State between the date of the holding of said
pri election and the time for holding the pri-
mary elet in 110.
BOOND PIUMARY.
Proidad, that a second primary where neces.
sarv provionws of tthe laws of Florida'


shall be b aM Theaded, the 16th day of June.
1908. to choose between the shoet candidates
where noniatlon shall not ImW been made by a
majority vote in the first primary election, and at
such emoond primary election only such electors
as were quaufled to vote at the first primary elec-
tion shall be permitted to vote.
The Democratic Committee calling aid primary
election in compliance with the laws, hereby do-
clares the terms and conditions on which legal
electors offering to become candidates, or to vote


candidate shall be printed upon or counted or re.
turned. if printed upon any *uch ballot, unle
this provision shall have been complied with.
Said chairman shall immediately thereafter furn-
ish to each newspaper published in said county a
list of all names which have been filed as candi.
dates for such offices.
ro0M'or .ALLOTS.
The voting In said primary election shall be by
ballot prepared and used in accordance with the
provisions of State Election Law. and shall be
printed and distributed under the direction of this
committee, and on said ballots shall be printed the
names of all candidates for county offices, ar-
ranged in alphabetical order as fixed by the cam-
naigm committee, all substantially in conformity
with the ballots used in general elections.
CANVA 01 or arVRNa.
The said committee shall at noon. on the 6th day
after such primary, or aoo*er, if all the returned
are In, meet at the county court house and pub-
licly canvass the returns and declare what candi-
dates have been nominated by a majority vote for
each county office, and in what cases a second pri-
mary will have to be held, and the chairman and
secretary of this committee within twol days there.
after shall certify to the Chairman of the State
Executive Committee the result of akid primary
election in said county, showing the result of ea h
precinct as to candidates for such offce, and shall
also certify to the Chairman of the Conlressional
committeee such result as to the candidates for
Member of Conress.
The decision as to canvass and rulings of the
county committee shall be tinal as to county can-
didate, including Membters of the Legilature be-
fore such primary.
WATCHERS ARE ALLOWED.


at such election, shall be regarded and taken as Each candidate for office being voted for shall
proper members of the Democratic party and have the right to place one watcher and challen-
therefore entitled to participate and be candidates er in the polling place at each precinct in said
before, and vote at such elections, as follows: | county, which said watcher and challenger shall
vauIFIiCpATI~Os or cAnIr. be entitled to be present during the entire time
QUALIFICATIONS OF CANDIDATB. the polls are open to challenge voters and also to
Those, and only those, persons shall be permit- witness the counting of the vote and certifying
ted to become candidates before or to vote at or to the result after the polls are closed. The bal-
participate in the management of any primary lots. poll lists, returns and other records of the
election held by the Democratic party in said election shall be preserved by the County Execu-
county, who are white Democratic electors, who tive Committee after the primary ha. been held.
declare their ndherance to the principles and or- By the order of the Democratic Executive Com-
ranizations of the Democratic party-National. mittee of Leon county. Florida.
State and County--who are by the laws of the JOS. A. EDMONDSON.
State lawful electors of the district in which they Chairman.
offer to vote, who have paid their poll taxes Ie- Attest-iR. J. PHILLIPS. Secretary. 5-4t
rally due, not leas than 10 days before such pri
mary election is held, and who shall, when ehal-
lensed by any elector, pledge in writing upon In the Circuit Court of the Second Ju-
oath before an inspector his honor to ablde by and (dicial Circuit for Leon County.-In
support thl result of such primary and vote for Chancery.
the nominees thereof.
Charles J. Diehl. Complainant, vs. Augusta M
OFFICrE TO B rFILLED. Carlson and Neli Carlson. Her Husband, De-
fendant.-Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Each elector in said county qualified to vote in TaVIN-For B N MADM To APPEAR BY
said primary elections shall have right to vote IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BYles J
for two Members of the Houseof Representatives, the fidavit of the complainant.,CharleJ.
one candidate for County Judge, one candidate Diehl that the residenceof thedefendants. Au-
for Sheriff. one candidate for Clerk of the Circuit sta M. Carlson and Ne Carlson. is notin Flor-
Court. one candidate for County Assea of k ida but is at Great Falls. Cascade county. Mon.
Taxes, one candidate for Tax Collctor meandli tans; that there is no person in the State of
date for County Superintendentof Puble Instuc- 'Florida a subpoena being served upon who would
tion, one candidate for County Surveyor. one canm- bindthe said defendants, and that the said de-
didate for County Treasurer, one candidate for fendants are ach over the ae of twenty-one
Supervisor of Registration five candidates for years; It is, therefore, ordered that the defend-
County Comnmissioner. and three candidates for ants, August M. Carison and Nels Carlson, be
Member of Board of Public Instruction. *d e are hereby ordered and required to ap-
Each such elector in the respective Justice' t the omplainant's bill of complaint on
Districts in said county shall have the right to the 4th day of May, A. D. 1908. at the
vote for one Justice of the Feace"a"done candi.courbe ou at Tallahassee. Florida ; that this or-
date for onstable of the ee nd one ndide be published once a week for four (4 suce-
Each elector in each election precinct in s aid siveweeks in The Weekly True Democrat."
county shall have the right to vote for one Meorm- newspaper published In the City of Tallahassee.
ber of the Democratic County Committee. in said county and 8tats.
Witees.th. Henry T. Felkel, Clerk of the
NO~nCZ OF CANDIDACY. CJiretit Court of Leo county. Florida.and.
OTC O CANDDACe thereof this Marh thA. D. L
Each person desiring to have his name printed [MAL.] HENRY T. FELKEL,
on the primary election ballot as a candidate for Clerk as aforesaid.
any county office shall file with the chairman A true copy.
of this committee on or before the 10th day of Attest-HnITy T. FLKERL.
April, A. D. 190. his notice of candidacy and ap- : Clerk as aforesald. -4t
plication to have his name so printed upon a blank I b d
to be fumished by the maid chairman, and accom- -
panled by an amount of money equal to five pe ; ULE A UAe At
cent. of the annual compensation of the office for !'n flji
which he is a candidate, and no name of any much' ef Ud SAi* I fti@ 9 W Nr1. N ep061


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ANSWERED


Top Burner of My Gas
Yellow and Blacken


the Cooking Utensils ?"
The burners are either clogged or out of ad-
justment. Try cleaning the small holes in the
burners with a piece of wire, removing the
dust or grease which may obstructing them.
If this does not remedy 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 Ke- My Gas Range
" How Can I Keep My Gas Range


in Good


Condition and Free From Rust ? "


Once a day the burners, broiler pan, oven
racks and removalfdrip pan under the top
burners should be and the burners, as
well as the rest of t range, wiped with a
Freased cloth, or smalfs of suet wrapped
in cheese cloth. All or this work should be
done while the range is warm from use, so
that it will dry quickly 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 .
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Purchase a Vulcan Gas Range,

And you will not have cause to regret it.

Food is easier digesed when cooked on a Gas

Range. No fire to kindle, no ashes to carry

out. You do t have to wait on the fire.


"What Causes the
Range to Burn


"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
rangee or coal range, and may be used, if nec-
essary, to supplement the coal range.


"In Lighting the Top Burners of My Gas
Range, the Flame Sometimes Burns
Back in the Pipe, with a Slight Report


and a Disagreeble Odor.
This be Prevented ? "


How Can


The 'wearing parts of
grate and the fire-brick
with the best of care,
newals.


a coal range are the
linings, which, even
require frequent re-


AsK for our representative

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to call on rou and confer with rou regarding the different


Lnces we have for you.-'Phone No. 72.


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"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 tas in ovens before
match is applied.


W E have on exhibition at owr 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.
1 A Gas Range is no longer limited to

Summer months.
S Its convenience, economy and efficiency
have demonstrated its value for all-year
use.
A Gas Water Heater is as clean, econ-

omical and labor saving as a gas range.

Afte" 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.


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When you turn on the gas, allow an instant
for it to fill the burner before applying the
match. This will prevent the "lighting 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 cook?"

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 so that
cooking will begin at once. Ten minutes s a
good average allowance for a gas range. 'his
method involves no waste of gas, because if the
article be put in a cold oven the e ouin 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 a 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.


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flammation and relieves soreness and
thing. Por all forms of Piles. Price
A0. Guaranteed. Sold by R. W. Cobb
SDrug Co. *


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WATCH THE LIPS.
Their. -nstlve MuDsel Make Them
Grest Telltale.
*."It' a queer thing," remarked the"
protes or, "bow people can control
$heir eyes and not their mouths."
The Inventor with whom he happen-
ed to be talktin made the comment
that the professor probably meant
toguns when speaking of mouth.
'Vo, I didn't mean tongues. I
meemt mouths," the professor rejoined.
"I mea, It you want to be scientlfleal.
ly aeouate, the nation of the lip mou-
es ThWe's nearly always, la a
memat of eOelttamemt of exaltation,
SOPONmd or emergency, a telltale
mvemint e th pa rt-which can't
be OtWa'Red 'aSaOt Why can't it be
gusaeed asalnetT BeoMe It iS so
laroly m se aelou. Most of a us from
our youth up have been trained to use
oar eu e and to use them In such a
way as to conceal or emotions. It's
different with the mouth. Perhaps we
haven't advanced far enough to do
two snch lInpoitant things at the same
timn Anywa the fact remains that
we don't 6o It.
tIf. for example, I have reason to
believe that a man is not telling me
the truth I 0'ot give my attention to
his eyes Be may look at me as fear-
lessly as he wanta. What I watch
for Is something significant in the re-
glon of his ftee below the nose. It
their e Is no change In the expression
of his lips I am disposed after all to
belloie him. But If there Is the least
trembling or twitching, the least exhi-
bition, let us call It, of nervousness-
well, then, I have my doubts."
"I suppose." observed the inventor,
"that while that fact does not explain
the wearing of the mustache t shows
that the mustache has uses."
"It does," returned the professor,
"but you must remember that the mu-
taJhe, as a rule, doesn't obscure the
lower ltp. And the lower lip, t you'll
take the trouble to botde, Is If any-
thing more revelatory than the upper
one. Its usually that lip which gives
the expressilon to the mouth. The up-
per lip follows suet. as It were"
"Weli. well," sMid the inventor, fin-
gering his mustache.-New York Press.
ManZan Pile Remedy comes ready to
use, put up In a collapsible tube with
nossle attached. One application proves
its merit Ltoothrand heals reduces in.


Miot asrab Jane. what ho hap-
poed? ash Jane-Oh, mum. rye
fallen Gown the stamJ and broken my
neckl Mis= rm nl-We.L wbat-
ever y've broken wll be dedoeted
ftem yor wmem--ydney (N. &. W4
Ballett.


me Could Net WIIL
"*an you lead me a Aver,
lower?


-BSrely I oan."
"But willyour
Ah, my baww has utterlty 8.
marted me th00 dayser-Town o(cas.

MoMt n i the very poetry of mo-
tben."



suffering and Dollars Saved.
E. 8. Loper, of Marilla, N. Y., says:
"I am a carpenter and have had many
severe cuts healed by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It has saved me suffering and
dollars. It Is by far the beat healing
salve I have ever found." Heals burns,
sores, ulcers, fever sores, eczema and
piles, 25c. at all druggists. *
R. F. Howard wants desirable fresh
meat customers. Prompt service. *


early melons last season. Let me know
I what you have to offer and when it will
be ready to ship. I pay cash, f.o.b.
Means money to you.
H. DOVE ALLISON,
"Lunatic"
7-3t Miami, Florida.

Monthly Financial Statement
Of County Board of Public Instruction.


STAT orP FLOwIDA. COUNTY or LKON.
Tallahausee, Fla., April 1. 1908.
To Hon. Henry T. Felkel. Clerk Circuit Court:
Sir-In compliance with asetion 8 chapter 43.
Laws of Florida, we hereby file with you the fol-
lowing Itemised fnancil statement of all school
mnoeys received, appropriations made and war-
rants issued for the month ending the 31st day of
March. A. D. 1906:
CArrrTULATION OF COUNTY FUND.
L Balaamn in treasury as per last
statement............ ...... $ 778.62
2. Receipts for month a Itemnied
herein ..........-.. .....---. 4,324.84

8. Warrants outstanding this
date....................... -------------------5.701.67
------10,806.13


4. Warrants outstanding as per,
last report .... ..........- 4,358.62
5. Total warrants drawn this
month as itemized herein... 3,619.90
6. Cash in hands of treasurer this
date......-----....-------------............. 2,26.82
--$110,806.18
GEO. L DAVIS, Chairman.
SE. B. EPPES. Secretary.
NOTICE
NOTICE I HEREBY G THAT THE
Board ot County Conmissioners of Laon
county, Florida, will reelve sealed bids up to
May 6th. 190. 10 o'clock a. m. for the construe.-
tin of a bridWe across the St. Augrustine Branch
on the St. Augustine public road. just east of the
limits of the City of Tallahassee.
The first bid to be for best concrete bridge. a
duplicate of the one now on the Belaire public
road, Just south of the City of Tallahassee. The
second bid, on same bride to be of steel, with ea
concrete abutments accordaC to plUMan d spee- b
cationsaon file with the Clak of this Board. All
bids to be left with. or addreeed to H.T. Felkel.
Clerk of this Board.
L. C. SMITH, gu
Chairman Board County Commissioners, Leon a
county, Florida.
Attest-HNYa T. FtLKaI 01
W-3t Clerk of said court. R


Hon. George W. Saxon left or. the
ast bound train for Jacksonville on a
business visit Monday.
ManZan Pile Remedy, price 50c. Is
jaranteed. Put up ready to use. One
application prompt relief to any form
piles. Soothes and heals. Sold by
. W. Cobb Drug Co. *


For Sale I
One good family horse, for saddle or
buggy. Not a sacrifice, a bargain.
3-tf' H. RANDOLPH.


to-o te- ogh- -a-d he030 Bond


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To My Many Friends,


Customers, and Pros-


pective Customers!


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I am still in the Piano Business with headquarters at the Niw


Bloxham Hotel, where I have oi Exhibillon a


SAMPLE PIANO AT ALL TIMES.


I have the Best Proposition ever offered to the people of Talla-


S. hassee, in a


0 0 0 0


NEW STYLE 5, in CABLE CLUB PIANO.


Thanking all for past favors and patronage, all are cordially


invited to see me and get prices and particulars.


Very respectfully,


G. I.S.


WATT,


LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE,

CABLE COMPANY.


New Bloxham Hotel.


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Crul prin. ""An Insidious Danger.
The talk In the villa hostelry hadI e of the worst features of kidney
bean on the subject of vegetable trouble is that it Is an insidious dis-
ftreaks but at length It veered round ease and before the victim realizes his
to goats. danger he may have a fatal malady.
"Did ever you keep a poat, BUIy* Take Ioley Kidney Demedy at the
inquired a gray wskered. gentleman first sign of tre ble as it corrects Irreg-
Iacomnereest ularitles and pSlnts Bright's disease
"naeo !mtDid I rg! an. e the Ut Ind diabetes. Sold| y all druggists. *
"Did I ever answered the l ttl
man addremaed wth ratle famMiartty. Souvenirs of irida---beautiful
"I bought o* bat -Christmas what pieces of Haviland china, hand painted
nearly br eht me to the workous. in designs of oranges, orange blossoms,
tet athag, tfons ths o' m aekin' to and the exquisite eherokee rose. Call
fatst ~S t goat w oS L and see them at Nicholson's. 2
thloa fr me the rAt kided tt." FOR RENT- The Charles Hopkins
"I didn't know the a-sons house in Tallahassee. Apply to W A.
Wo th Demilley..4Z.
set a |Melons Wanted !
*Wh a talki' about sm same .
* Mwa 'It wa the estag o s oar 100 or more cars Florida Melons,'
alarm d wht4 ne mode a meal o Large Blue Florida Favorites, Tom
Watso, Hoke Smith and Long Grays.
0"Iday A on60" o xpwsssI ,aid a hiw hstrice (S250 00)f or


aGwMeay th Came
O wish you would mention this to
Mla n bi ly Important.
Ti -1OM f tt to him today."
"Bnt how 6o you know you wIm m
him torayr
"I'm bomad to tbump tnto him. I owe
him mow.0-4t. Paul Pomew Pvsaa,


W. I-I. 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 hasundertaken, 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. t. HELLS.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., March 18, 1908.


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The Quest of Truth.
It is a good deal easier to poke fun
at history than to write history merit
l g credence. Mr. Iiodley when writ
a g his France" experienced the force
of this in a curious way. lie shut
S himself up In Frauce for years to get
the atmosphere and the knowledge
necessary for his work. One of his
trials arose over some question of elect-
oral Jurisprudence. It was not of in-
ternational importance, but still Inter-
e ting to students of comparative pro-
oedure. Therefore he wrote to a dep-
uty who is a parliamentary expert to
d oar ap the obscurity In which the
tert books involve the point and neor.
ported his reply In the text of the
book Later, being Invited by an ex-
perienced mayor to be prentm at a
poll over which he presided Mr. Bod-
ley put the question to him and re-
eelved a quite different reply. Finally
the author referred the point to a
senator of Indslomtable authority, who
showed that the deputy and the mayor
were both wrong.-St James' Gazette.

Woman's WK.
An emperor of Germany besieged at
city which belonged to one of his rebel-
lious noblemen. After the siege had
lasted for a long time the emperor do-
termined to take it by storm and to dn*
troy all it contained by fire and war
He did not, however, wish to iujare
thedefenhseless women; terefoe, bhe
sent a proclamation into the town, say-
ing that all the women might leave
the place unhurt and carry with them
whatever they held most precious. The
nobleman's wife Instantly decided to
take her husband, and the other wo.
men followed her example. They soon
Issued from the city gate in a long pro-
essaon, each one with her husband on
her holders. The emperor was so
much struck with the noble conduct of
the women that he spared all; even the
dty itself was lett untouched.
Wouldnt Tip It.
A Toronto man wbo visited Egland
lst summer appears to think that
aomstry the cbamp6on tip taker. He
ay: *"Well, I had tipped every man
trom the ael goet who srad to
own the hou Oat eammons down to

ib waftig room oa the lading taq
at Liverpool to wash my handst of ev.
orytnag Mntoai adwhat do yos thbak
tared me n the faee when I h ad te-
bmhed? A placard saytog, Pease tip
the basin.' I'll be hanged If I didf


VOTE FOR
J. F. C. GRIGGS.

of Apolachicol,

FOR. CONGRESS.
ti


Don't forget "Miss Fearless &Co."
next Friday night. Those who
this dmirable farce before will M
to se ft aain, and should make ft a
point to tel their friends about It and
see that the girls are encouraged by a
large audience.
Pay Tear Taes.
Notiis hereby gien that the cit
Stax books will ia a ewdays be clod.
It is not optietl with me, I must fol-
low the law ad instructions. Pay up
and saye admional coat in having your
property advertised at Tax Sale.
C. Z. FENN,
Citv Tax CollMector


OFFICIALL CALJ,.


hr edbeth pulp@" of go~al".
la A -Cedloawambethe Thir
C689" Dial snt" ef


-.., has... k...em.beeb.-re-- ed Unek e smI-,
for lIgateas t Lar. 0Itsh e that eaisBnticm.
itiw t q hii tha t nldusee m tIe
Dade City, Fla.. March 26, 19M. aso 4( fair t Taraemeo esew
Editor True Democrat: 1as sterm bs-s t hm
Asn are no doubt aware, I am a .etr tIsao t dM .sesare an be
d .iat. for delegte-at-l e to the =hthend m nsatlm
emoratic National ConTvelon to be Do sf s af aa- tetmtNp06
hold at Denver on July 7th, I would be paws to WW sawlm.
leae ho have you maemention of a 1 T be mid et aid notmoe thanl
ghefact in your local columnuso an to mtooout of he t--hs- t
acquaint the voters of your county with anl m e

as you know. annual ah M of the oBoe a nall oadlias. who
Yours fraternallya desie to hba their mies oriated yothiem ieal
B. 0. hOWDEN noandt, andomaist Fesld to be paid
to the ChaimaofasM lteasve Canmittesnot
l aterk. 'at tthe oteth (M1h) dey of AnI,1S 1M
^ '^ 14 Of a Pound a Week fallin thaer. adAldmy willbe barred.
TheSu Zsaida etve Onmlmittee is
at least, is what a young baby ought to further ordei to wa e tlhe ental expenses of
gain in weight. Does yours? It not conducting S.aid e rsonas much of
there i something wrong with Its di- and t tae iudar mantto fourth erpatmsmet
He comes from that section of gestion. Give it McGee's Baby Elixir me of comductagm a cod primary. If Meh p i-
your District that has never and it will begin gaining at once. Curesm t"hb t hmm.._
furnished a Congressman since stomach and bowel troubles, aids diges- Demoratie Committseof eachounty t and Is
rida ha" a pr t o th tion, stops fretfulness, good for teeth, bereby ruired to furnish a list of the veral i
Florda has been a part of e Ing babies. Price 25c. and 50c. Har- e n'a ist thas the mst
Union. dee-Smith Co. aof May. In at of thhe ndtdatneos porlted
He stands for the development %- ~C e.sta'ea.oomstSE e. committee is
of our country. Wants to build The Jse Ieamiaates. ptty reuested toacset jointly in carrying
up and not tear down. Text Books desinated by the State Supe rintend This the tenth day of Mareh. 108.w
ent of Public Instruction for the Teachrs' Jun- By order of UtM ComalttM
He has been doing-will do, Examinations. 190: JOHN NEZL. Chairman.
.Orthorephr-Rwed's Word Lemons......... 25 NAT R. WAzLX. 8a ytK.
and is doing something today. Readiur--Any Standard Reader.
__Composition-Ma-well and Smith's Writing
in English- .............lnd s .ith' wri.. In the County Judge's Court, Leon
Simone 3. Conever. ArithmticMil'Standar ............ 6 County, Florida.
English Grammar-Metcalf's ....... ..0.....
Many Tallahasseeans remember ex- United States History-Field's Grammar Sophie Nash. Planti vls. Lou lrvn. defendant.
Republican U. S. Senator Simon B. scho- -.-........-................. .. -00 -AUmS ir. Dms0 1M00.00.
Conover and his excellent wife kindly F His Brevard en. ne 1 tt's O R ola AND
and we regret to read the following: cGorraphy-Redway' Natural AvaneaL.... 1 26 ar hreby retired t appear to the above entit-
Port Townsend, Wash April 19-Dr Phystokly--Coleman' Element of.......... 90 led action, ti tthe above mrt. a Meonday. Maw
Simon B. Conovor, who durinthe 3 Civil Governnent-Yocum's Civil ov ern- 4th. 10S. at the court house i TIa Flr-
ministration of President Hayes was Algebro-Milne's High School-............... I 00 This April dM. 10.
United States senator from Florida, Phi n icGeo hr-Ta'o New .---i o1 00 s NASH.
S. Theory ad PM ratiwe-tFor all Gradol Bag- W PbnttfIn the above eaunaa
died at a hospital today of infirmities' h's Classmu e Manarnent ..- .......a. B h .
resulting from old age. lOICLO-MSL
reultin dein the County Judge's Court, LeonO
Mr. Wm. H. Anderson, M. D., of oda n e Cunty, Florida. ER AND BTY VIRTUE OF A DECR
8prings, Id., say that Bees aIatlve of ftonese reed onm the aUst da of
Cough Syrup ha relieved coughs ad Ja M r Plaintiff, vn Joph Duncan. e A. D. tb the Cjrut Sart ethe
Cough Syrup all relied remi and efendaat.-AMsumpoit. Daumae. 90.00o. Siwd JudiewlCircuitt of F a In and for the
colds where all other remedies Caled. JOSEPH DUNCAN. TKU DEFENDAN'. eomty of Leon. to Chawmey. to a atinCaomm
Iti gentle laxative effects especially re* u and the other pesos terested in the above padia therln wheonia AAe levy. WilUUl
ommend it for children. It is pleasant e-u, .rh ISB rbuird top to the above 9.Lvy aad nrt L y. lat n do
tntdtted aetim, In the aboveCourt, ondModay, bashoai uw h tflhe firm m amdtmeofLa
to take. For coughs, colds, hoarseness, April 6th. 19S, at the court house In Tallaham". esh JanW ft aM
whooping-cough. Money reffded If Florida. a wah ia Defdalr I wil l seat pub.
not satlsfed. Sold by W. Cobb Th s Marc th. I KHe outt Icory-Medt to th e ttheaM Men
Drug Co. P JAMES Min the Sove au he. t om, ty cort- hase der, theit 4f Th -
Drug Co. ~36t Plaintif la tbe above cause. hmesK said county p lad ean the h day 4 1


In the Circuit Court o T Worida seed
Judicial Circuit, Loon County. -In
Chancery.
MA A. Wwb WitK Ch. plasat vs. Jobs W.
1the aadwKw Wi. C d. BL =
mUltor. that the mesIe ad of tiM don ut.
John W. Badth. ieanot in Friora. but ti t ,o.
bid-, OevisI; that thr Is s p o erm I the
State 1 lorida wA basu hbM l sere gO
who would b tbhe ad wdmat d tht the
Mid defendat is ov the asef CtWMes me
wrn;: It nther- wdered that th loimdant.
John W. Smith. be and he Iso hrt orded to a.
wr to the I.wpi>r,. bt'e l d plalmt em
bMav. *ee 4t dha tf r. A. iM M; t hat thi
ottr h pb -oM e s a weMk ftr fur naMm
weeks in Thr wm e T DeemerT" *e
IPaper publishelMd In the City a T Tasasm-. I nm
county m d ates.
Witness, Hr T. relkel. Clerk Circit Court.
Les county, Floridka and t seal arofea. this
Me th. A. D. 19 NRY T.
[(ay[ WR-aYTT.m
Clerk as bmid.
A true opy.
Attest-1ai a T.?'LTR L a..,


6-4t -lte a atormal.
In the Circuit Court of Florida, Second
Judicial Circuit for Leon County.-
In Chancery.
Alfred L Pitta, oCplaiamate. J l L Pittla
t. t ddeaat.-Dtveree.
TT HAVING BN MADS TO APPEAR BY
the adavi t of the ompleataa Alfred L.
dabut Iat Gern-

Sthat thein ni wai s. to te S Bte Flat
therdae, Sorleresd t .L'l ie tlNot
a ~aheaatr 15. that
emsolve wme

tuwu- the"a s Circuit
Coun at of Lees and the seal thWn&
toresaM.
Atte7-fT. FmLae
Clark doressi. 5-4


SOME
SPECIAL


Prices In


Men's


Furnishings.


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BROWN

BELTS.


TAN


BELTS.


BLACK

BELTS.


Scriven's Elastic SeamnDrawers-'75c value


*a.59c1l


Silk Front,4hiteLiae Undershirts-75c value 37c 1


50 and 75c Colored Shirts-Specia -. -.

$1.,and $1.25 White and Colored Shirts


New Four-in-hand Ties-Special


89c


0 0 0 19C


Good Grass Linen Men's Handkerchiefs

All 25 and 35c Suspenders reduced to


19c


Genuine Panama Hats at One-Half Former Price.


White Duck Pants, per pair-Special

$1.50 Umbrellas-Special 7

Large assortment of Plain and Fancy Half

Hose-Special .

Sale lasts One Week, Beginning Saturday
Morning at 8 o'clock.


98C

95c


19C


NO


GOODS


CHARGED


AT


SALE


PRICES.


BIG REDUCTION ON ALL MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING. HATS AND SHOPS



LEVY BROTHERS, Leaders.


Our Store Closes at 6 o'clock Except on Saturdays.


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at firat seemed unpropittous it
"' -later in the day and everybody
am Be time.
children were accompanied by
two of the teachers, Miss Anna Chaires
Sand Miss Clara Lewis, and several la-
dies of the congregation. They were
S oind n the afternoon by Mrs. Gitt-
r.h. Ceand Mlm Mahan, of Chicago, who
Sntly surprised the children by
ca in ut with them several pounds
of delicious homemade candy to be en-
joyed on the homeward drive.
Rev. Dr. Barnard, the evangelist who
is conducting a series of religious ser-
vices at thBaptist church, addressed
the children of the congregation Sun-
day afternoon.
Subscribe for the True De4acrat


(esOnd). Uarvces: seaya, e p. m. vninu. a.
c-s1 I s.--ea.,ws..... e be. sno-
dr t U o'eUock a n. ad Wedmda o tvning at
47o=e 16i a. ., O eetret 20m1. to7rf, 0
the liwUdas atad the postoae. This reo Is

invited-
The St. Agnes Guild Easter-egg hunt,
given on the old "Sheppard lot Mon-
day afternoon, was a great success. A
large crowd of children were present
who enjoyed hunting the eggs and eat.
ing the delicious ice cream and cake
served by the ladies. Unfortunately, a
heavy shower came up during the after-
noon, but Mrs. R. C. Long hospitably
opened her doors to the ladies and chil-
dren, and nobody was any the worse
for the rain.
Mrs. and Miss Whitner, of Chatta-
hootchie, are in the city stopping at
Mrs. A. L. Bond's pleasant and popu-
lar house.
Print much and you will propere.


THE LATEST STYLES IN CLOTHING.


The "Washington"
Worsteds and Flannels.


Brand from $18.00 to $27.50.
Every suit guaranteed to give


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 Teamsand Drivers who know the country.


Phone No. 79.


P. 0O. Box 487.


All Account Rendered Weekly.


Egflges. Boilers, and Smoke Stacks,
I Tasks,


bsphwto,
saw wmachinr

Skfbo hol
.Nuprs,






ISC SH ORELD SONS Cog MAcoN.mA


ueTcs
The King's Dvauhters wl siv a
Silver Tea for th benefit of te o0I
tal at the residence of Mr. Geo. Lewi,
n Monday afternoon, April 7th from
4:0 to :. Home-made candies will
alo besoL The public i ears
invited to come ad help this worthy
causM. 7-21
Winew sad Dr sesmems.
If you wish to screw your doo and
winds it will be to your a at
to consult W. H. AtIa Pnmoel,
before coatrating for it, aa bels in a
poaitoo to give = the M t at reus.,
ble prisesan, ad men to take mmaes

eo.n set adr senses.
A mallt or extra oloed womth rop
at rott hion, Aftdmy dot April

ter ., 458 West wa, Crded.
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case, IL1. W 8an
WFOR waRENt two-Farm, threewo mams iom
o10 nty to eaod talouseroad adaver
tiae our Family Spe Uniom D rt-
Hands00 pand e alary te Nople
poslvtunity for extra commhim.




ate. poal a t r Addrast a, L tak
eaoW III.-a 8it
FOR ReNT-Fan n, two mil fesdm

10 a dea a wood, fv .
an ate., gd waelld awa ;I been.
ays theai;tWat br Will umS It.
barn, ad aim cowsh acap If you seda
heras toe parta wiheuAdt deasone, A.
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BEHOLD
= o T 4ear aw "0* *ePRICB
S.WgEms, Steel or Skaen Axles
Tw0 Hon. atharazl. OO to
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Reg. Two Horm% ................ 6o.00
TIberNALLY we ta to p0 we000






Reconml oth Dl~emrs n the oty.
TULL YAEG R CO.ULAR.
~QualTyAhPrie.s Unite.
dreds. Andmf are sti comnir a
before o.me of sight another in
FINALLY-If we fail to pleaSe we
Recommemi other Dealer ii the city.
Respaetfinfy,
TULLY & YACQER CO.
Tallahassee, Fla.


A -W
would ha l
safe to a
would wiaU
healthy we
most babies
ftre trom U

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entIL^^ war"^


Show In Tallahassee
y contestants; but Its
tho healthiest baby
S Ne baby ea be
Mf m worms sad
they are spt
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FOR THE SAME REASON THAT NATURE
MAKES THE FLOWERS, FACToRIES MAKE
RIBSON---FOR ORNAMENT. DO YOU NOT
LIKE BETTER THE b RDS THAT WEAR BRIGHT
PLUMA6E, AND Do YOU NOT WISH To BRI6HT-
EN YOUR ATTIRE WITH BEAUTIFUL RIBboNS?
WE REALLY WISH YOU WOULD COME AND SEE
oUR RIBBoNS. THEY WILL PLEASE YOUR EYE
AND YOUR PURSE.
Keiser's wash Cravats in a beautiful range of pattern
.. 25 to 50c
Keiser's Four-in-hand and Club House Ties in all the new
shades of Silks from 50c. to $1.00
Extra heavy quality washable Taffeta Ribbon for the
hair, in all the popular widths from 20 to 85c a yd
Satin Ribbons in all the new shades from 10 to 50c a yd


RESPECTFULLY,


P. W. WILSON.


Successor to W. R. Wison.


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APPLIARD i@UlICM


Ms Platform to the Demecrtc Vet-
er of FlorMa.


In announcing myself for the ome of
mptqroller of the State ot rida, Wn
r ouprimar tem, I rspon tha
it is expected tM kI shoud te .
iew or platform, upon suchquestoe
of public interest as wobl probably
eome within the _dmin's'astion of the
affairs of the Comptroller's office. I
am aware that it is the duty of the
Comptroller to enforce the laws that
S ed by the lilature, pertain-
S to the affairs of his office, and in
large measure he is responsible for the
easetment ot such laws. It is a duty
Incumbent upon him to make suggest-
tions and recommendations, through
the Governor, to the legislature upon
all matters that affect the finances
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 wie and
judicious administration of the Comp-
troller's office. Such officer should not
loe sight of the fact that, in smgeat-
ing the process of raising and providing
the necessary funds for the legitimate
expenses of the government, it is pee-
sable thereby to not only work an undos
hardship upon the tax-payers and citi-
aens of the State, but to stop the de-
velopment of its wonderful natural re-
Sources.
It is impossible to have a prosperous
country without a prosperous people,
mad it is impossible to develop our State
without capital. In order to procure
and obtain both, we must seek a system
of taxation that as not obsolete, bat is
in keeping with the age in whAh we
ive ; a system that will not ake per-
Jurers of our citizens; a system that is
oth just and fair to labor and to capi-
-If our present method of permitting
the State to tax the properties of the
several counties is to be contesad, I
m in favor of a State Board of Eo*".
utics, whose duty it. ., 0 0
S that such county
a b It share of the bwa-
dbf station, and that t e power
a ing such board should be so re-
moed frum political influenceds, by leg-
alv e enactment, as to insure that
nothing but competent and reliable men
-odd constitute such board, and, if
,,sary they should ,y by a
.a m1iption as to r eapabil-
I am in favor of a license tax as a re-
straining infuence upon such businesses
or mocupations as the legi re may
deem it advisable to exist under police
protection.
I can see no justice in require a mer-
baant, doing a legitimate s, to
-y an ad valorem tax on his oek in
and, in addition thereto, Mlemee
i o to conduct such business.
I am in favor of a closer colletion of
all taxes that are assessed, and M op-
posed to the sale of lands for non-May-
ment of taxes against which the State
or county may hold any unredeemed tax
certificate.
As a member of the Pardoning Board,
I would be opposed to the indiscrimiaste
pardoning of criminals.
I believe that all property should bear
its just and equal proportion of the ex-
lposss of the government. I am old-
hahioned enough to bold that the IOP-
erty holdings of the wealthier clesem,
the individual as well as the corpoi _n.
should be taxed in the same proportion
to its value as that of the humblest eit-
ilm. If I should be elected Comptrol
ler, I pledge my best efforts to bring
about this result-that is, that the in-
divadual citizen with small holdings shall
bear'o greater proportion of the bur-
den o taxation than his more fortunate
brother, who may be the poesesor of
many thousands.
Prompt settlements should be made
between State and county on tax eer-
tincates redeemed. I will favor legisla-
tion that will provide for the clerk of
the circuit court remitting to the Comp-
troller the State's proportion of Jheee
moneys and turning over to the county
that which belongs to the so-t.
In short, I believe isl eonomial
administration of the J i of govern-
ment. There is too I iaehnation to
levy burdens on the Ip-lp of the
State. Taxes should espended for
what they are collected and every item
ofpropoed expenditure, ta whatever
department, should be sat out,
ua nuerly a may be poalb I a bud-
ge, an submitted to the ilature.
am lina favor of the most r seosomy
compatible with efficient pa service.
Ifebose. my object wealtbs to corn-
duet the asairs of the ode in weh


AGENTSW 1 Noyc wae p
trall~s 0eats, 6e.aiCents madup,
shltare a e~w~i JYeswa
mosd a ur seast. or K "


Letter I CMMtas r
Tallahassee, Fla.
Dear Sirs-A few yards ago, a New
York daily got-up a great agitation for
dollar gs, and got it. The state p
ed telaw, and the people liked It, of
course, till the bills came-in. The bills
were bigger, not lems the law didn't
say what the gas should be.
The price of a gallokm of boaet paint
is $1.75; but there'a "paint" aU the
way from 86 centa to $1.7L A popular
price is $1. 5; there are semor ofpants
that price. Like dollar gaa.
If $L7 is te price of a gallon
of honest paint, youa ay be uita
sure them are saca of ta"
at all p m from that down, w
h to pa for pa At. I


fwn a you om to aoO
SIt takes m $2 to 4a
t t paintr for doig his wc
r wt while to pa to ey i
I bneehhg-on =t halt white
r No;, the spe i of that e
u0eleesi bor mbak counter
Iast coEss
SThe Devoe. T
t eight paints; Devoe
- strox t of the eight.
L Yours truly
54 F.W. 6EVO
P. S.-Gilmore & Davis Co.
Spaint.w____
ALUINT W. GILCHRI1
Candidate For Gevemer of



















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taitd with dbeboaor. be dO = met w(


Rheumatism.
More than nine out of every t
of rheumatism are simply rhe
of the muscles, due to cold a
weather or chronic rheumatl
such cases no Internal treat
required. The free applica
Cramberlain's Liniment is all
needed, and it is certain to gi1
relief. Give It a trial and see f
self how julckly It relieves t
and soreness. Price, 2s cent
size. 60 cents. Sold by Tal
Drug Co.
Tebacco For Sale.
A nice lot of Cuba, Leon ra
bacco for sale. Apply to S. C. 1
Chaires, Fla.


peecNut

ape e d


To B. BYRD &

Tw5~wwe, h""


msm"EWbONSM4

ftcdoeirin .W


Delicacies#


Every 9


Since t
to suit the
low COST,
values in (
GLASS WA
and all kin
mention.


UES. OnI
iWoar of AMERI
tra and fi gures
feit paint money.
here are 26*
is the
$GILMOR
)E & CO.
sell our

IT.


Florida.

Don't Holler


If You're Hit.


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

GET BUSY

LOOK HAPPY

DON'T KICK

' The House that wants
'=,s, t your Business
l 'Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
VA tmtO a Gas Fitting, Priviate
/" Water and Light
hea lPlant.

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en cases
umatism
r damp P
mr. In" old"
meat Is
tlon of
that fi We have a preparation
ve quick
for your- under the name o f
he larin Holmes Laxative Cold
lahasee Cure, that we believe to
be one of the best reme-
ised to- dies for Colds and La-
Flemin Grippe now on the mar-
ket. A trial will con-
vince you.

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

Holm"S Drug eo.,



Tal lgahA*, Pla.



aoraGod ,mm em o sr ..
for saleeapM e sW s
S N. oeith. _a.

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is a Begain Day With


the hard times we have marked ever thing
occasion. We do not claim to sell goods be-
it is not ne-we, w have such splendid
GRANITE WAR CHINA of high grade,
ARE th^at isin looks to CUT GLAM
ds f HOUSEHOLD GOODS too numerous to

,15 and 25e counter cannot be beat for VAL-
ee ountes e have a smled the wares
Cand EUROPE All goods marked in plain
o)n t fail to visit our store if you wish to save



a DAVIS CO., Ic.


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BURNS & CO.


SHOES.


Hanan


"Queen


Shoes,


Quality

Men's,


Shoes,"


Women's,

Children's


and


Infant's.


Every Grade, Style and Quality


Desired.


' Shoes from 50c to Seven Dollars per. pair.

For the finest display of Shoes in the City see


BURNS


&


Cox's ,


WINDOW,


Park Avenue and Monroe St.


NEW 600DS.


Are arriving in daily bought at the


right prices


and will be sold at a


very small profit. .

Dressers from $5.00 up.

Beds from $3.00 up.

Chs from 50ctsp.

And other goods in proportion. If
it's ft r t"wI you wantt it will p
you to get my pc bfor biw*.


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S nla winter-
wt=skb-


I- k
-ad com;
await ma-
m at still grow o lI
A tmlaoe," sl"arth, tomor-
@n to m we d st;
1 W mM joa the s eam
Wi a bruAt I

the gy of wi
green gown of the Spring.


T a tMas caamre rresutio,
Thye jour eyes, andimmed, shall see
Ag b only youth's renewing-
Deth is immortality IP*
.MA Axm. MoQu aM, In Youth's Com-

Mr. F. W. Alexander, of Virginia,
Vice-President of the National Patriotic
Order Sons of Amercas, and National
Oraniser, was in the city this week in
the interest of the Order here. He
wants to remuMeltate Camp No. 6, now
defunct. He dequtised Mr. W. H.
Chaney to get the old members to-
gether, and as many new enes as i-
Ce. and try to form a stro.q Camp
here. He will be back next Thursday
to reorganize the Camp, and install its
o sand attend to any other pre-
mianaies that may come up. The Or-
der is a good one, and is growing in


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When


T hen USE ARMOUR'S FERTILIZERS.


STheyGROW BIG
They


CROPS.


ne Touch of .Natre Makes the
Whole Word Kin."
When a rooster finds a big fat worm
he calls all the hems in the farm yard
to come sa5 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 nelghiH to share the
benefits of his discoe This is the
touch of nature that the whole
world kin. This explala 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. *
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the fa-
mous little liver pills. Sold by all
druggists.

Drs. Armstrong

& Barrows,
SCIENTIFIC OPTICIANS


and Ophthalmolgist.


Home Office and Laboratory 513 Bid.,
JacksonvlUle, Fla.
Dr. Armstrong is a graduate from
three of the leading American Optical
Colleges and a
Well Kown and Established EYE
SPECIALIST ai Jacsonville
for the past twelve years, handling all
forms of Complicated Eye Trouble with
success, and by the system of
OPUTHALnOLGt AND NEUROLOGY
we are able to overcome many chronic
troubles,
Dyspepsia, Catarrh, Nerveus Exhawss
tto&, Headaches, Iaseania,
Epilepsy, Hysteria. etc.,
without drugs or operations, and Cross
Eyes straightened without knife.
Dr. Armstrong will personally make a
professional visit to Tallahassaee the first
Monday of each month.
Office at Bloxham Hotel, One day
only, May 4th. 9


Copyrght 1907, by Outcault Advcrtis'ag Co., Cbp
April 24th, 1908.
Dear friend:
They put so many things
in cans now. I do not see
how they can, but they do.
And things that come in cans
are always fresh because
the cans keep the air out.
The grocer man told me I
could get things in cans for
mama for this much:
Lima Beans, 2 cans for 25c.
Small Peas, 2 cans for 25c.
String Beans, 15c. per can.
Veg. for soup, 2 cans 25c.
Your friend, JACOB.
P. S. Can you go where
you can get things in cans.
Tcan, to
T. ILH. RANDOLPH & SON.


Made in Jacksonville.


For Sae By

R. F. HOWARD, Tallahassee, Florida.


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A Little Printer's Ink


Makes Millions


Think-Think-Think I


* More truth than poet-
ry. A little Printer's Ink
prints a little advertise
ment in a little "maga-
sine" that circulates at a
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 Pritmr's
Ink to think that they
can get big bargains for
their money by sending
it away by mail, order-
ing the things advertised
by the little pinch of
Printer's Ink.


Sometimes when they receive the stuff they order by
mail they have another Think coming. They think, "What
fools we mortals be," and apply the Think to themselves.
And sometimes some of them think something like this:

"Wondr why Mister Man, our ioal dealer
many tdngo we ned, dorM t advrtse tos
UMl In Owur loaJpap7 ?MayM It he f we
woud't be teted to mend to he big ty for
S thee i ame things. If we were sure we eood
buy the at hom for about the same price and
have a ehanoe to ee the goods before taking,
Stnk we'd prefer to buy them at home."

S How, Mister Man, what do you think-think-4-kld

S CONCLU ON: TH .PLENTY OF PRINTERs
-MK IN THIS NEWSPAPER SHOP.


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HON. W. 1B. 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 Florida 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.
Leon County got over $6,000.
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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TH TRUI D MOC AT department fall authority to handle Those antl.Gilchrlt
S1 K the violation. Both of the daily ps- which are exhibiting solitude a
Jes 1. csu-&s. eMhbfcW. pern, th udges of all our courts, ex- the vote of DeSoto county, o f-d
cept the Recorder's court, the mayor, worry. If it will "ae taem
PBL.BBND VTRT huDAT MORMt0d. City attorney. several coundJint, the any. we obe to say that wmll
chief of police and many other promin- cast about 1,600;votes In
ent gentlemen havedeclared for the n- and rit will et f of
SAVANNA NEMDS BACK BONE. forcement of the prohibition law, and them. Further Gilch:. wl get a
yeat nothing, absolutely nothing, has majority over both his opponents in
mPrea the Savaai WNews. Sermea been done. both Ddval and Wmoril ough counties.
By nor Asw birth. "The executive head of this city has Neither Mr. Seekto nor Governor
Appeg, eane.s on more than one occasion pl ed his Broward will e able to carry his own
Appealingearnetlyfor the enforce- good intention to ee that t hils w is home of Duval. They are too
Ainsworth delivered a strong addre still trusting him, wavering sometimes are needed, we have plenty
to alare congregation at Wesley Mon- with deferred hope, but stea ying my- o .but one more will sufflee:
umentaT church before delivering the lf upon his oath and his honor. Let will be the next Governor of
regular sermon at last night's service. me say that there has not been a L-PuntaGorda Herald.
Referring to the statements madeearly in three months that the police f Yes, and you may add Leon county to
in the year by the mayor and other,.ty of this city could not have lnded the list, too for Leon is not going to
officials that the prohibition law wmoZld of these outlaws in the police tM give any oi the Machine Demagousa
be enforced he expressed the eamrnesi Manyof them are notoriously o0M and much of her vote I
hope that hey would yet live up weiinown and usanected ,h arn ,-anl---- -
their oaths of offices and pledges. Jed fs other thingwtlh r-: Just a little C6aoewei is all that is
He made a mot earnest appeal from suits. Why not for this Weakne necessary to give your baby wbon It Is
the pulpit for pledge enforcement of is wickedn hl slch a crucial hour. cross and peevish. Caseweet contains
prohibition law. Expressed faith in no opiates nor harmful drugs, and
mayor's word. Says police could ar- 4 o.R ACTION. is highly recommended by mothers
rest fifty outlaws any day during last ". It pst time to talk about inten- everywhere. Conforms to the Na-
three months. Urges that executive tons mew. It ia time to act. Bandy- tonal Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold
department of city government be em- ing words about a sensational ministry by all druggists. *
powered to enforce law by city ordi- will not answer this issue. Manhood is
nance. oer o wrecked, the city's youth de- Messrs. Edward Gray and Joehua Dun-
"Liquors of every sort are being bi ed, and the fair city itself com- can, two of our old-time friends and
out on almost every business street ia promised in the judgment of the world, subscribers, made us their usual visit
this city on Sundays and week days to by the lawlessness of the same old liq- when they are in the city Saturday.
men and minors just as before the old uor power. This is not due to prohi- --
saloons expired. bition, but to the lack of it. And is Neighborhood Favorite.
"Professions of good intentions Jeng there no relief for a long suffering Mrs. E. D. Charles, of Harbor, Maine,
drawn out will not Neal this city's hurt. people? Professions of good intentions speaking of Electric Bitters, :aye: "It
Savannah needs law and penalty and long drawn out will not heal this city's is a neighborhood favorite here with
official backbone." hurt. Savannah needs laws and penal- us." It deserves to be a favorite every.
INCREASE OF DRINKENESS. ty and official backbone. where. It gives quick relief In dyspep-
E prtre d .vivi.dy..on, w "I want to ask the public servants of sia, liver complaint, kidney derange-
e portrayed ividly conditions which this ity if their intentions are still nient, malnutrition, nervousness, weak.
he raisertuexistio n Savannah and ood. If so, do you mean to enforce ness and general debility. Its action
raves the on as tohe ywre no xe- tis law this year or next year? Let on the blood, as a through purifier
g the law. He referred to the snead me appeal to you to do it now. Gentle- makes It especially useful as a spring
.h increas.i number of drunkS d men, rise to a sense of your reponsibil- medicine. This grand alterative tonic
disorderlies aeain in the Recordu s lity and gain the mastery of a situation is sold under guarantee at all drug
,^,,ou ned .dppew attngtion to the ar that menaces all that a worthy citizen- stores. 60 c.
court in attention to the f at ship holds dear. When you deliver the
that in Macon and Atlanta the number first deadly stroke at this outlawry I
of such cases before the police courts s tnddelsoke a i o ta I
ment and stated that "bandying wds nd ready "E. C. De Witt Co., Chi- orsee an commend.e
about a sensational r ate The official got busy-Ioon after thisgeneral de a
answer this issue. i. more thirty-six blind tiger operators t s re aD




Reaie the present slatilon in tion. About eighteen months ago I de a le. au tm a --
Dr. Savannah, r. A worth s paid: passing had grown so much worse that I could di
tention to the maledictions which he as-ot digest a crut of corn bread and
erted have been heaped uon his head This s what Hon. Jake Moorehing on my Statom-e o1 A
becauseof his stand for law enforce- Warden of Georgia, says of Kodol For No eqp to% less o stairk r
meant and stated that "bandying words Dyspepsia: "E. C. DeWitt ; Co., Chl- sa, ft


about a n sensad tion fal ministry wfl not c ago, Ill.-Dear Stre-I have suffered SV nerha ee Mty wP rIe alage a
answer the issue.y o p t in more than twenty years from Indigos- a ran a e t
e tardi the press ena t e ation in tion. About eighteen months ago I Rltaw m
Savannah, Dr. Ainsworth said: "Pre- had grown so muchworse that I could"
hminary to the gospel message of the not digest a crust of corn bread and
evening I desire once again to seak to no t retain anything onL my atom. am





n oh t T Otet ingtanythingeorm yoitywill
m church and city on the burn and ach. I lost 25 pounds; in fact, I made C. d "M a i n5
still unsettled question of the day.. I up my mind that I could not live but a dyg a d o 1Im
regret the necessity of speaking again, short tme, when friend ofain s... B ,__ re8
but unless the righteous inditnation of ommended Kodol. I consented to F ttt 1,WP@1dg lshb .y
the God-fearing and law-abida ,heous- It to please him. and I was better in *^"m *C MMfSmd
and$ of this city find some formu in one day. I now weigh more than I,. _o Ve.
raged justice will yet break forth in ever n m lfe n m n better fM M
vengeance and in fr. health than for many years. K ol !L "oii of swMeiai
did it. I keep a botUe constantly, and 8S& AA-8 A iln O
P"OT mo nh Oa THE PUUBT. write this hoping that humanity will be 11V
protest from this pulpit against the Moore, Atlanta, Aug. 10, 1904." gold by ^---an ^ ,IL atwnra 0.,Gum
open, notorious and anarnele" violation all druggists. *
of the prohibition law I ON that con- L Fot-la by 41 druggisL
dition. were outrageous *Ud quite Wsat Becomes of tOw Lam4
eough to male every honat moul re-


volt- The word of protest fam molten-
hot from a soul that Durns with desire
for our city's good and theyjalsed a re-
volt; not against the cond=l how-
ever, but against me. Fervent male-
dictions were pronounced uo my
head, coupled with an asseln from
the city's chief executive 'til this ad-
ministration has shown its e and
intention to fairly and impart en-
force all laws.'
"With the eronal elements of that
controversy Iam not now concerned.
my prtt is not persona. but it h a
pri pled heat of resentment agabot
a shamelem outrage against the maim-
ty of the law. Since that time we have
witneNd with dramatic interest tim
P of the locker club, but m that
drama Savannah played no part.
T e clubs were coeived in sin "Md
brought forth iniquity, and too upy
Savap-hihans stood sponsor fo=ts
child of shame, voices of lametaon
still being heard in the earth and fs.-
to be comforted, because they are
CONDITIONS NOT CHANGED.
"But what I want to say tonight is
that the infamy of thee coidtitw as
not changed. Liquors of every &t
are being dished out on almost Oory
business street in this city SuiyI
and week days, to men and llm,
"ust a before the old aloon al.rd.
ore than ty internal revenue =en.-
es for the retail of liquor have bhea is-
sued in Savannah since the Srt ot Jan-
ary in addtion to the two hIadred
nd t from last year that we good
until next July. And, let me remark
in passing, that these lists are open to
th i apeCtion of any oY.&C
"Liquor deal in are re-
ceiving constant shi in la
bulk to replenish th lat Re-
enftly a notice from Dway oice
of the arrival of six of whiskey
for a local dealer was a miscarriage
of the mails delivered to the wronm par-
ty. who let thefactbe k Liquors
are being advertised by lol heous.,
ometie under the thin gube of ship-
ment from New York or Baltiaore,but
usually delivery takes but little longer
<<,e.ez-- L.. S.._


roa LAW c .
jI--e -vg its executive


It is reported that the Internal Im-
provement Board is considering a prop-
osition for the purchaseof many thous-
and acres of land in the Everglades by
a firm, syndicate or association that
proposes to make a great sugar plan-
tation in South Florida; that 40 cents
an acre constitutes the consideration
and that 75 per cent of this .etrava-
gant price is to be expended in rain-
ing the tract-figuring on this basis
the State will get 10 cents per
A well known and responsible etisen
of Florida not unknown to fame is
quoted as authority for the statement
that the governor lately spoke of this
offer and dilated upon its advantages
before an audience in a Southern
county.
But, without discrediting the truth
of the report, we have many reasons
for believing the offer cannot be ac-
cepted and would not be considered by
the Board.
First-Governor Broward desired to
drain the Everglades to prevent the
coRrixations from getting the lands
which were to be opened for the ben-
eit of small investors needing sland on
which to maintain fami To sell
such lands in bodies of "manythoumand
acres" would deprive the poor of any
chance to acquire them except as ten-
ants of a orCowra -arha of the
Sugar Trust se cone is to planted.
Second-The gov.A has insisted
that these lands when reclaimed would
be worth woe hundred dollars per acre
and he certainly would not sell them
for ten cents and the promise to im-
prove the property of the purher.
Third-Tme vernor maid he would
hold these lans until their disposition
was enforced by the courts; no court
has ordered a sale as yet. It istrue a
cowpriadse has been accepted by which
cash was taken from the treasury, but
we have several explanation that
policy-perhaps a decision showingthe
governor's law faulty was not desired.

in question-There must be a mistake
somewhere. Meantime, we an only
wait and see-wonders never cease in
this best of all possible worlds. The
Diston contract valued those lands at
twenty-five cents when the State was
not required to spend money for drain-
ae; sice then other lands are higher
and those particular l-and should be
made m valuable by the State's pol-
icy to reclaim. Have we eSot a WO f
money to drain landis worth oly ten
cents an are?-St. Augustine record.
Memsr D. W. RuddT. P. Barinms
W. C. Aa C. L. Lagsmtoa, me
our Saturday's v tVrs.


Jeff. D. Ferrell,
WHEEL WIII6T and BLACKSMil.4

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e Sad so mytr do with t tas th e
SKbaed veof the FoTh obect ofthis
tale to to haa et l to ave to ex-
pla0in. I roole tol oe n very vote I
canm ad ofwnnom be supported in
beforemyoo election. Not a living
e dMr. pp himself had one
part d o teoe In causing me to
enter the race, nor hae anyone e pt up
one cent for my election. I always
seek to win on iteso and not by fa nese-
hood or the uae of money either-my
own or theo money of others
No. 2-In three days more it was cir-
culated over the county by "aid hire-.
ling that if I should be elected that
eopl le would be taxedto death to
= 71a(6000 school houas in Talla-
ao wsM le the county sehools would
mbeneg ected. It waam ated that I had
madhelp fom me as the high hool at William ,Gbefore thege W.
Woman' club in the Ask hotel the ve C. Jefvis, Gdayeorge
before my orunowint Tht latter Wi H. A rso Le
statement homes near loe. catin take auth John C. Moore, John .

of th ivinsr et namtn wit t drawn. Vin open court from
I said about ex hat t sympathy Maxwell. M. Second Judicial Circi
coaoperthation to ofh eking the to serve as. T. uror for the
Copetlon of me, sassined with county of sheo at the Sp
patronie. and every forward the Circuit Court of the S
moemtate n education and myissarnet Circuit of the State of Fio
amporto main is the, both of whosystem ot county of Leon, to be hldast Pa
this county (not oe school in Tallaer houe, inounty H the city of Ta
see) the prdey, of the State. Monday, the in th day of
I do claim the privilegof saying my- 1908 at 10 o'clock a. m.:
elf what I will o rather than leave it il guests Alood J. ParkC
to pad J. G. Kle-bearm, of the poin me to Sweeting, William B. e.
S mke Contplatorm for rae. fordRussTh ell John 0.Daughters
Tstale i sa libel upon my twelve F. Jones, A. Frank Poi
Sea my record aa County Superi Count, Roberts, John H Wili Mona
the mallegt county school forty G. Hayas, D. Johnson,
From the county seat was visited Alero Jacob E. William
a ondri" ted the same kind te tly d Milel H. J
Help from me a the high school at William Boyd, George W.
S fo ate Ask an of the myve C. Jeff Davicom George. 8pr
a teacher now incts ofallaha if William H. And freconLe
thi e ty was s enot tro e. I tak me tJohn C. Moore, John(Acts like
,lberty of giving their names without M. Vinson, Robert L. H
seeing them so that it may not be Maxwell. M. Edwards [
charged that any one of them is in col- or, Jasores, bu. T. rs, happff
lus-on with me, being satied that ChairesJoshua Redd, Jo
nether of them wil l hesitate to do me C. Q. S per, Robert
jutee.my e ondd ry was que wstik Con Howard, a ttempt
my statement r will thank him to ask FR A eT -Had -T i
od the Superintendent adM had WClem Walk- in Fom
amd evt nook and, both of whom dining tableast o East Bob
Jtauht county school0 under my county Hon. and Mrs. Dannel
elern tndercy, if the above sate- Monticelloare in Tallahal
ame are notAlso ask D. R. uests of r on. C. B. Park
I .iln State Sum. ent officeaMTt rant 2.00; will sell for $
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Bees t WAaawis TheKings D au ghe ts
of Control, PattPo and teaheai meeh K ing's Daughter
Ayr s d of when you bays i Te at the resid
asia lbelupon my record as County keorge Lewis next Mondi
Aoaeraarumet to prove the fality Dr Thomas N. Evans I
e th country people of ho tairs, next to el
Alachua county are not lees watchful Phone No. 257.
at their interests than thoseof Leon, if Mr. Fred. B. Biddulph h
the1 vwere dborivoneted agaiMt by me, iting his family this wee
not a traaw' that ever time I ran leasantly located at I
ran for State operMatemdent my ma- Here comes the. Spring
Jo*y in the country precincts of Alach- chap, tan and freckle. U
Mt was sufficient to elect meito Carboliled, (Acts like a
Scountg though every vote in the cuts sores buns, chappD
tyaea Dw astalam. and fae It soothes an
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The Store that gives the MONEY'S WORTH in EVERY purchase.


ROYAL C.. DUNN


OF MADISON COUNTY

CAND)I)A'TE FOR


RAILROAD COMMISSIONER


TALLAHAsBB FL.A., November 14, 1907.


To the Democratic Voters of Florida:


I am a candidate for Railroad Commissioner
to succeed Hon. John L. Morgan, who will not
be a candidate, in the Democratic primary
of 1908. I have always been in favor of the
regulation of railroads, and my experience as
Secretary of the Railroad Commission has con-
vinced me of the need of such a commission
to secure for the public reasonable rates and
good service and to prevent all unjust discrim-
inations. If I am nominated and elected, I shall
devote all my energies to Increasing the efficiency
of the Commission.
In submitting my candidacy to the Democratic
voters of Florida and soliciting their support, I
announce the following platform of principles con-
corning the more Important duties of a Railroad
Commissioner, as I conceive them to be, which I
favor and will endeavor to carry out should I be
nominated and elected.
1st. The railroads of our State should not be
allowed to charge higher rates than will produce
sufficient revenue to enable them to furnish the
public first-class service-both freight and pas-
aenger-to pay their employees good wages, and to
enable them to earn a fair Interest on an honest
valuation. I am utterly opposed to their earning
anything on watered stocks and bonds.
2nd. I favor a thorough examination of the
books and accounts of the railroads by the Com-
mlssion through competmit aoeountaats to see if
they are earning latereat ea a Slctltous.capitalla-
tiq and to a If teS are making Imaproper
S to operatW egaje5, os that frlt ad
rates mr be tad that wil bejut s ad
r e assa to the i sh e i well as to them lad.


3rd. I favor, and, If elected, will urge a thor-
ough investigation of the earnings and expendi-
tures of the Southern Express Company in this
State with a view of ascertaining whether or not
the rates operated between points in Florida are
just and reasonable.

4th. I favor the Commission's working in con-
junction with the Interstate Commerce Commis-
sion for the relief of the shippers of Florida in
matters that the State Commission cannot deal
with alone.

5th. I favor a strict enforcement of the Rail-
road Commission's rule requiring State overcharge
claims to be paid within thirty days from date of
filing. Under an act of the last Legislature, in-
dividuals are allowed fifty per cent interest per
annum and attorney's fees when loss and damage
claims are not paid within sixty days and it sl
necessary to institute uit.

6th. I favor recommending to the Legislature
the enactment of a law empowering the Commis-
sion to require separate accommodations for whites
and negroes in all trains carrying passengers.

7th. I will do all in my power as a Commissioner
to require the railroads of our State to furnish
the public good service-both freight and pas-
senger. Especially do I favor requiring the roads:

1st. To keep their tracks in a safe condition.

2nd. To furnish cars and to move freights
promptly.

3rd. To kee their passenger cars and pas-
senger depots clean and lighted and heated.
when necessary to the comfort of the traveling
public.

4th. And to keep their bulletin boards posted
at telegraph stations so as to show the probable
arrival time of delayed passenger trains.

For more than six years, I have been Secretary
of the Commission, and naturally, in that time, I
have become familiar with the workings of the
office, the railroad rates in the State, the rules and
regulations of the Owenmls-ion, and the Railroad
Commission law. Hundreds of intricate points
Involving interpretaftis of rules and law have
been considered and d ed while I have been
Secretary and with w i familiar. The infor.
mation thus gained, It necessarily require
a new man some time ti4equire.

Having been raised ta the southern section of our
State, where I worbed In the production of citrus
fruits and vegetables, I feel that I am in a position
to know something of the eds there; while for
the past twelve years I have realded in the northern
part of Florida, and I am familiar with the con-
ditions in that section.
I earnestly solicit ye support and assist-
ance In my casalgsnV my utmost endeav-
ors, if nominated and to carry out the
prinolples I have annoaseed
Repectvf Uy aLtte
ROslL C. DUNN.


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as good as the outside part,


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ance.

evils.


Paint covers a multitude of buggy


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and get my prices


and terms,


before buying.


J.


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CAY


Talla h adsasee,
Florida.


J. W. DEMILLY.


Veterinary Physician
and Surgeon.
Dental Work a Specialty.
OFFICE
J. D. CAY'S $fABLES.
Phon68.

Mrs. .H. Pope,
Smemmerg to
Wr. D. Pratolas.
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SAVED!!
50 per cent, of your Shoe BDl by having
A. R. S. TWINE
Repairryour Boots and Shoes. First Clasa Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your old
suit made new fqr little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No take.
No. 342 Ciaton St.. T --bo l- LINo. 275.
NEXT DOOR TOMPINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.


A Cup ~f W Se e"se sr isa Label
&e asI Java Cdco
is what oe mraght to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and vry
one know that only poed roem keep
good coffeA. We take speal pride In
our brand, they have made eur
store fanmm. Jut m a good as the et.
fee we seln teas, which principle
holds good tsueqhot oar entire stack.
We sel nohi bt the best d food
products-thme we avo temted oo
solves; and oean stand by them.


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Harvesting Machinery Hardi
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