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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: August 21, 1908
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FRIDAY,


mnrorrat.


AUGUST


21, 1908.


NO. 26.


4.&d Qoveramet; Honesty in Public Office; BoalI Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


Ba Sk T. ARiKS .

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s tory1, but It differs
ihatt Isus ephefor by
Sam w epre and aetuaaly
tk mry -active part in the happen o
l Im onabout to ntsa.
as Teslday night Mr. Whitles,
feems e ouar msagrs of te
i myself heard of the
Y I ltek with the tarpon ofMr.
ta. and lover"
Sof tbispork we dto so fbl.
1slo ur oWok. so
we wast T. Byrd and were
fitted eat with the proper tackle, and
Spase let msy that Mr. anrd am
At e rCfbid g whether b before
misoews or te iveKin Tarpon.
Leaving Tallahasse at7r. oWedne a
day wearrived at as Marks at 8:80,
here we t up with Mr. Frank Duval,
at his a boteL Acompaned b Mr.
John Trime, we took a launheb that Is a-
waysto be had here, forihe Sfaing
u s about 7 males down the river.
there we immediately started
troiHag for w ed fhb or channel bass,
and owing to Mr. Triose's splendid man-
ageet of the launch 'and his knowl-
Sfthe flashing rounds, coupled
with some little sk iofourown, we had
two hour fine sport with the "Reds,"
Sending four, the largest weighing 15
P found. These fish are always tobe
found here at this season, provided one
secures the proper facilities; butas this
trnp was for tarpon, I will pass-overthe
S Red fsh for the present, and try to de-
scribe a night's sport with the "Silver
SBacks."
S. Going back to St. Marks, we found
Messr. Cates, Braswell and Duval await-
ing us. After making some prepara-
tion, we started on the return trip
4 down the river.
We beginners spent the hour it takes,
listening to Mr. Cates, the veteran fish-
erman, teach us thM ways of Tarpon,
bbw to hook them, etc.
About tamset, we landed on a beauti-
ful point about a mile from the Light
S n House and the fishing grounds. Here
made coffee and enjoyed one of Mr.
SJOuval's delicious supp;, then gather-
aromid a cheerful fire, we smoked
listened to many tale of fish and
Ssbermen until the oonarose-Ishould
like to describe that night, bat not be-
Ing a post, I feel that no wtds of mine
eo J so jutice to the magnificeent of-
Sfeet nor the f een that came over us,
as we saw that ba of fire come steal-
S inover the eastern horizon.
S' Alost at the same time that the
moon aroma, we hard the mullet Jump-
lkg and we knew the tide had started
Sand the fishing most begin, so we
.. got aboard and la very few moment
were anchored on the "grounds," a
Deep channel running very close to and
S parallel with a shallow seid bar.
SPutting the half of a raw mullet on
R eur hooks, we made a est. By tts
tim the tide was coainTg er fast
sold the waters seed alive with f
aIllakieds. Mulleta in sheboobt of
Rd d were spa through the
them there would eonse a treomem-
plebl, -as a Tarpon would pans.
them. Tbem a streak of he
Sas, hbe n turn would be6asd
a 0ad with it a, the water
Sehureod into a foam about aas
S G.any tribe devoured or were do.
:Sndienlyrwhere was a geke t n
=17T y Pna. cl ket. d mcko tvef I
a warned that I hadabtel Tha
S Inel, a m kdUd l-mw maw rio a
Hy ~ relr- a snide. ei- -fmwars-e.


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AM rlcans have lolwba Learm -
b e naged ma mm-
Pherim see by a Timese porter Ma.
afternoon the men seemed well
md with their locatdmM and were
ng tUeir employers perfect sattifae-
t move the prt of Kline Bros.
no doMbt ole pM peplexklg labor
dtion thoMsetm, if temien im-.
esmtt to be saUtt with the
Atmd has hee y
a rem^ifotIaborens and
b .laor any coun-


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75 asem conm-20 bushels per acr :
75 ares, 1,500 bushels, at 16
enW-.-..-..................$1.12 00
Rest of laad $150; extraheb e
fed and $i00.......... 26000
Net for are corn....... 8700
Net served for cotton....... 27 50
x.Balaase ia favor of cor k 0..9 7 o0


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so X1111" feePleFm au lei
Lie a.q qny badly need bar share of
them and w hope oe Inducement
v M ten ot to bfeg them here.

*"One amli people NI Florida. One
Ired t M fnhbtants in Jack-
t'rW.Wag t. Blalne, who has re-
~tmd t-bm a two weeks' trip to a
at cities in the souther portion
of the State, ~ one does not have to
look ver farto the future to ee the
fl- ranistim of this prophecy.
oThio os the ral t cry, a n o seM
of the plan Mrwoll. Is so industrioue"
ly proof of having the "FloridM
ea" printed ain the Sunday news-
papers of the middle west belt section
of the country.
This SAnda supplement as has beeo
described In is paper, will be a graphic
description of the State and her resour-
as and will be profusely illustrated.
This will be sent out as a part of the
Spndayi ssue of the papers interested
in the plan.
Mi. o ine says the plan of thus pla.
Iag the advantages before 5, ,000
readers has been met with strong ap-
proval and support by the people in the
places he has visited.
"It is a plain fact," said Mr. Blaine,
recognizedd by all thebusiness and ro-
fesional men of the Stato i verywhere
that the thing Florida needs is perma-
nent citisenahip and imelgrauon to
build homes and engage in commercial
enterprises and professions and devel-
opment of the material interests of the
State and cultivation of the soil. With
the general conditions of the country
north, between Boston. New York and
Cc and the splendid presentation
thatthis 'Florida Section' will give this
State to this grand number of readers
and the immediate and permanent pros-
pects for the State's increased. tourist
travel and building up of permanent
population of the State, is bright.
' There can be no doubt if the condi-
tions and advantages of Florida for the
entire twelve months of the year are
properly known and the opportunil'les of
making money in a great variety of
ways are fully understood North, Flori-
ids a future in rapidly growing increase
in population and wealth is assured.
The action of the board of trade in ta-
king hold of this careful and well ar-
ranged plan in a prompt and practical
way is bound to bing splendid and prof-
table returns to Jaekaonville, Duval
county and the entire State."
"Mr. Blaine reports that the other
ties and sectids of the State that he
havisited appreiate Jsasonville' de-
inand effort to build up the general
material interests and permanent eiti-
senship of the State, and Jacksonville
is given everywhere full credit for the
mition it has taken to this end. He
beleve with the large number of splen-
did towns and vast acreage of tillable
soil, a well as many material interest*,
Florida should quickly; have a popula-
tion of over $1,000,0 JO and Jacksonville
of over 100,000.
What Is Seet for Indiglestleon
Mr. A. Robinson of Drumquln, Onta-
rio, has been troubled for years with
Indigestion, a&d reomv,"ds Chainm-
berlain's Stomach and LUver Tablets
as "the bet medciae I ever used."
If troubled with Indlgestlon or const.
patio, give them a trial. They are eer
tale to prove beseflal. They are easy
to take and pleasant In effet. Price
35 oenta. Samples free at Tallahassee
Drug Co. *
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and bowels and restored the natural
action of the bowels. Poley's Orino
Laxative does not nauseate or gripe,
and Is mild and pleasant to take. Re-
fuse substitutes. Sold by all druggists.
Fruit Jars, Rubbers and Tops at R. J.
van UU

mro ft Ihad it. Good hay 1i
km dwmed here at prices runnin
612 to te, and cora bring g ever
$1 here now.- As T am not a
le- South and its people, o.
aMr t y home, and if n be will
td and gM for good e*M Dixie lad.
L. IJ rd ., R. F. D. No. 1.


NO MOE C ON
RUDOLPM HERALD.

What e* Saysta rs ee Article In

My opinion of a aty7 crop is differ-
et from most fp" aof the South.
Meet farmers here lick to cotton as
their money crop; mne is feed stuff.
con, oats, seed rye, hay, field peas,
peanuts and sweet potatoes for bogs.
Now to prove that feed stuff is the sur-
est and safest crop af a poor man to
grow for this country, 1 will have to
give y a little of um own history and
esm to Leo eenty, Floria, 12
years ago from one of the richest agri-
culturrstates in the Union-lows. I
was very poor, bat blessed with good
health andambitioa. Two price for
grain, high rent, and eat of land made
myprospeeta to earn and gain a home
In te North so poor that I came South
with nothing to start with but one team
of horses, and wife aad baby. As I had
no money let, I mortgaged m team
for advancesat the store. I rented land
for so much cotton eane year. I needed
all the advice I could get from my good
neighbors ald they were all very kind
and willing to give me plenty of It.It
wa plant e6ttoon. I almost hate the
name of it. They id'it was the only
crop you can sell hera for cash-money
was what I needed md had to have it
to my accounts.
Sp ted cotton, all I could work
with what stock I had. You all remem-
her ten or eleven year ago when cotton
was selling here at # and 6 cents per
pound. I raised cotton two or three
years and got deeper -l debt each year
Some said the eause was I didn't know
how to manage black labor; and that
was true. Anyway I stopped cotton
and planted what corn Icould work my-
self, also oats and hay in a small way,
doing most of the work myself. The
result was, I made plenty of corn, and
sold enough hay the rWst year to settle
my store accounts. I gave up raising
cotton. I have ra grain and hay
ever since and made money on my crops
each year.
My erops have ben increased each
year in acreage, as my circumstances
would permit, until now I have about
400 acre in cultivation. I own my own
home of 80 acres, within one mile of
the railroad station r- acres. of it is
In a high state of cultivation ; I have
1,000 young peach trees just coming in-
to bearing 400pear trees, al of the
best varieties; I have ton ood work
mules, and a full set of labor-saving
farm machinery, such as steel two-
horse turning plows, four-horse gang
riding plow, one two-horse two-row
corn planter with check row. I check
my corn and cultivate it both ways. I
have all kinds of disc and tooth harrows,
binder, four mowers, hay rake, two
sweep rakes and an automatic hay
stacker; also a little thresher with gas-
oline engine all on trucks.
'I don't claim that my crepe will sell
for more per acre than cotton; but I
toll you, here in this country where
lands are so plentiful, and the acreage
of very little consequence, one man can
make more clear money out of a crop
corn than cotton. With e e team he
can plow plant, cultivate and gather
seventy.l ve acres of corm all by him-
self, and do it easier thanbe could work
ten acres of cotton alone. Now as the
laoer expense is the same In these two
crops, excepting one horse less in favor
of the cotton, which would amount for
feed and rent to not. over 8100. Five
bales of cotton, weighiM0 s00 pounds
t10 eents. per pound ,t wuld co0me to
1 ; 0 bubheisof seed at 25 cents
per bshed. l17.60; full a-oat for eyop
of ten ma $27.60
e to different mo- copes make
thi follewing money comqmeun :
Ten ces cotton:
s tbhenttosn, 2,500 poumie, at
10 ent..............-......20 00
1,600 bushelsseed at 25 eenta... 8750

Lesreatforland --.--....... 2000
Net for 10 acres cotton.......$267 50
We can make twenty bshels of corn
per acre easier here than em-half bale
of eotton, and corn sells for 76 cents
Der bushel, se often as sutton at l0
cents per pound.


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The Lleyd s Utlng euse.
The finrt prise article In tht1 Ruralist
is a remarkable showing of what a
Northern man, or any other man with
intelligence and industry, can accom-
plish in a few yar in the South.
It is a graphm proof of how indepen-
dent we are of cotton if we would only
half try. It is a powerful demonstra-
tionof whatean be accomplished by
one man uin@ modem farm machinery.
It is full of pracmtical value.

None of these facts, however, so ap-
peal to a s the mere fact that the
article some from Lloyds, Fla. No one
who has ever traveled across the north-
er end of Florida, on the Jacksonville.
New Orleans division of the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad, and stopped for din-
nor at Lloyds will ever forget the place
or name.
It is the best and most unique railway
eating house in America.
The story is told of an Englishman
touring the United States who had heard
so much of Lloyds that his desire to dine
there was his chief ambition in America.
On arriving in New York he asked
every one whom he thoughtcould direct
him the way to Lloyds. No one could
tell him. So he continued touring the
continent, continually repeating his
question: "Where is Lloyds?"
Finally winter came and found him in
Florida, and his question was answered:
"Lloyds is on the S. A. L. between
Jacksonville and Tallahassee." So he
took the next train, and in three hours
was taking dinner at Lloyds. At the
end of his repast he inquired for the
mistress of the establishment, for it is
a woman-managed place, and said:
"Madam, [ heard of Llo3ds all over
England. I have traveled the whole
new world in search of the beat railway
eating house. I have found it. Its repu-
tation is deserved. I am satisfied. 1
shall take the next steamer for home.'
We have often been there and left ai
satisfied as this Englishman. Naturally
we could not read Mr. Herold's article
without thinking of Lloyds. Not only
is the dinner set before hungry travel.
era at this remarkable dining station of
the best, but there are ouher things
equally unique.
The train stops at a large one-story
farm-house, shaded by grand old water
oaks and set in a beautiful flower gar-
den. The station and village are only
dimly seen through the trees.
The dinner is always ready; the ser-
vice is so prompt and quiet that there
is never aoy sense of hurry. The meal
is made up almost entirely of products
of the farm. Meats, vegetables, breads
and dairy products in great variety are
all home-made and ".pared in home
fashion by expert hor.. eooks. Fruits,
pickles, preserves and alliess in profu-
sion are of the same origin.
Then every day in the year, hot or
cold, summer or winter, every guest
finds at his place a button-hole bouquet
from the garden outside. Then the pre-
siding genius of this is a woman. No
man ever forgets Lloyds.-Southern
Ruralist.
Disagreeable at Home.
Lots of men and women who are
agreeable with others, get "cranky" at
home. It's not disposition, it's the
liver. If you find In yourself that you
feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, Just buy a bottle
of Gallard's Herbine and put your
liver in shape. You and everybody
around you will feel better for it.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Har.
dee-Smith Co., druggists. *
Distl ulshed Visitors.
District Deputy L W. TBuchholz, of
Tallahassee, paid Apalachicola Lodge
No. 76, F. A A. M., an official visit on
Wednesday evening, and during work
in the Entered Apprentice degree, he
asumed charge of the fave[ There
wae a large athering of local masons,
and Prof. J.C. Uahoun, Mr. L. M. Live-
ly, Profs. W. N. Sheets, A. Wilhams,
and Dr. W. i Lewis. of Tallahaoee,.
were also present. Local maaos pres-
ent were delighted beyond measure over
the work of the District Deputy, and
they declare that they will not soon for-
get the happy hours spent at the lodge
room on this oc.auion. After adjourn-
ment, refreshments of cream and cake
were served, after which a number of
local masons were introduced to Old fOl.
-Apalachicola Times. 15th.
How to Avoid AppendlelUt.
Most victims of appendicitis are
those who are habitually constipated.
Foley's Orino Laxative cures chronic
constipation by stimulating the liver


not crops which may be made to pay
large returns on a few hundred acres.
What we need is something which can
be grown on tens of thousands of acres
heretofore in cotton, and pay as well or
better than the average crop of coteo.
We believe this crop has been found.
We have ied the fact for year It
a ouad in hay or bay and or. The
new proof of this truth uppUed by Mr.
Herald we belive to be the moseet vale-
able fact presented in this Isme of the
Ruralist.
Another fact shown by our witnoese
is the advantage i the way of inde-
Pndence and no r offered to *0me
ySoutherp seol. .
Ast, adnot hast, here is proof of
I-dependence eoApeteee- home--with
so miveetmet bet willtnesa to week
for thee blelag.-Southern Ruralot.


GREAT SHAME ON
STATE OF FLORIDA

Tae Claim an Absolute Just One.
Ex-Chief Justice George P. Raney.
was a recent visitor to Jacksonville and
while there talked to a representative of
the Metropolis about the ultimate pay-
ment of the Wailes claim.
Judge Rasscy poke as follows:
"I do not think there is any doubt
whatever but that the claim of Colonel
Sidney I. Wailes against the State of
Florida will be paid, and am pleased at
the fact that the Metropolis has recent-
ly spoken strongly in favor of its pay-
ment. The claim is an absolutely just
one and I do not think Fiorida can af-
ford to continue further in refusing to
pay Colonel Wailes for his great work.
which resulted in Florida securing an
immense amount of money that would
have been lost but for his persistent
efforts."
A great many people of Florida, who
are familiar with this claim are m en-
tire sympathy and agreement with
Judge Raney in his statement of the
case.
The late General Robert Bullock of
this city, who perhaps was more famil-
iar with the case than any one else,
was persistent in the statement that it
was a just claim and in its settlement,
according to the stipulations made in
the contract with Colonel Wailes. the
State's integrity was at stake.-Ocala
Banner, 14th.
The Havana News, August 14th, has
the following:
Frank L. Huffaker has an article in
the Jacksonville Metropolis under date
of July 25th in which he writes of Col.
Sidney I. Wailes and his claim against
the State et un aid. Co'. Wailes is
growing old and if Florida would
straighten her score with him it will
have to be done soon or not at all. Mr.
Huffaker says:
"It is but a few years at best before
the Grim Reaper will swing his merci-
less scythe and the emaciated and worn
form of Sidney I. Wailes will be among
the human reeds garnered by the Har-
vester. A white tombstone will shine
in the Florida moonlight, standing, as I
believe, as a monument to Florida's in-
gratitude and the winds that whisper to
the flowers and pass over his humble
grave will sing a requiem, the title of
which will be "Ingratitude."
Consider the Kvidence.
The writers for this issue of the Ru-
ralist are witnesses to certain facts.
They have given personal experience-
have told the truth.
The readers are the jury to pass
judgment. The first duty of the Jury
is to consider the evidence. In carry-
ing out this course let us see what facts
seem to be established by the evidence
of these witnesses.
The first important fact proved is
that the South is no longer a one crop
country. If any doubt remained as to
whether all Southern farmers must of
necessity raise cotton, it must now van-
ish.
Not only iso tton no longer the mole
money orop on miny large Southern
farms, but as a profit earner it is sup-
planted by several other crops.
The list of money crops enumerated
by our witness includes: Peaches,
other fruits, melons, sweet potatoes,
onions, radishes and several other track
crops, peanuts, sorghum and other hog
foods, cane and hay.
Not only is the list a large one, but
each crop mentioned is proved to be a
money-maker. In several caes by act-
ual comparison with cotton some other
crop is shown to be more profitable thsn
the latter, even at the high prices of
the last two seasoa.
Another fact dnomoatrated is that
there ls a variety of eropa which, with
eomnaratively labor and small invet-
mee t, make independent incomes for
their growers.
Most of these ecrope are such thatthey
can be grown quite extensively without
danger of exceeding the demand. True,
five acres of celery could hardly be
counted on to pay $5,000 per acre, as
did Mrs. Higimith's patch, but the de-
mand will take large quantities at prof-
itable prices.
Onions is another crop of similar na-
ture, with good demand, adapted to
large areas and retarnhmg good profits.
What the South needs, however, is


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Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dentist, office AmI s A oom A A LAW. a,
p stairs, next to telegraph office. o A ........................................ .a mo sto so at. s. nowa.
TPhone No. 257. 23-tf a t *F, 44AU A, V D* at ttheGome esi s. Is
Mrs. W. L Moor, Azalee and Frank, .731* rompoa waist 6e uoteS on op 6.4#v Jp. or. .27,1908.
arnspendingAthe.week at Lanark NOW, TI MO^ I. B. CLA
NOTICE-Dr. R. A. Shine will con- *C.C4 *CtADSINS V secretary, 41 State atO
tinue his father's insurance business. 4 5 CENTS P LINE +e!ar
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Mercer have re- 5 NT P R LINE BNAn nL rO
turned from their visit to relatives in VOTE IN OUR PIANO CONTEST Ju dsenard Has a n t k Day. AM Chd-ant For ale tRao To will be held ln each oty ta
Georgia. An interesting dining was given to R!st, tas. Esh ?aa and as*a !Ant
Mrs. Frank Keen left Saturday last FOR WEE ENDING AUG. 20. Judge J. T. Bernard yesterday on the ad. tlethanlmwtesMtaubah n ad m. 1., Am' lD the aid
for Oglethorpe, Ga., to visit relatives occasion of his 79th blrthda. The o SA ISet of New Corn Pul- th
and friends.,r --- Judge living with his son-in law and leys. A bargain at this ogfes. rHrD DAY or NOyVMnts.
Mr. Wallace Quarterman went up for FoU(wtag is the vote for wck a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Byrd, and f
ethe dinn,-er wasck-d ckeand served by PUME BRMD Collie pup for sKa. t CoatoasrtUhtlo ss "ta t e of
day's visit to relatives at Quincy last "Cb --mitt -CrS his three charming grand-a.hter.. 23. W Joint Rh oiTH. ts"on m 4igt
Saturday. E. L M y G.t Hmitn Misses claiton, Ruby and Janethrd. W W TIL
Mrs. J. M. McCrory and Mr. Linton E. sses Clifton, Ruby ann make o- FO RNT-OnMonroe et,: -- po-
Strange, of DeLand, are guests of Mr. an J. E asion a t one for the old Jude site Leon Hotel, a Cottage. Apply to A JOINT RBSOLUTION propo
Dreg fJaoNCasiotpn a p t one for the old Judge, Julius Diamom-tleto m*sdmm t to sectesn Nine (9)o
and Mrs. C. M. Strange, on Monroe St. Miss May Stoutamire, Blox- not even the conventional candies. Ow- Juli nie () t the Conttution of
Fall garden seed, all kinds, at Holme's ham ............ 2140 ing to the number of the latter, how- Ruauna STAMP I No need to send relating tojdileial alariee.
Drug Co.'a store. 23 Mary Wind'am...... 1185 ever, their adjustment was made with from Tallahassee for Rubber Stamin .
Mr. C. B. Gwynn and family are now Eva Grissett, city ... 1020 difficulty, but it was succeeefully done We make them quick as good asM = Ba B eel, te Leg. atre of the
very pleasantly located in the Chaires Florence Proctor...... 775 i and he cake made a most ornamental best and cheap. mlete of N:
cottage at Panacea Springs. Sada Roffe....... _-.. 665 centerpiece. That see)le (0) of Article iv
E" Katie West, Monticello 530 The Judge in spite of his years, is a WANTED-A potio bookk r of the Coon of the state of PIor
Mr. J. E. Thus has returned home Lula Dee Keith..-------510 wide-awake business man, and retains a with some borthand included. For fur- be and the Mmee il hereby amended o as
after a week's pleasant visit to his Jessie May Farey486 wonderful amount of mental and y ther information apply to theoffce of to red A ow :
mother at Barwick, Ga. Alice Patters, Calre 475 cal vitality. He has lived in Tallaha- the TruD crat. 24 letion Ne (). The salaries of Je-
Mrs. John Mickler has returned to Susie McGriff,.--------....... 460 ee for many years and is counted as Po, REn l-Comfortable Cot tt ieee of the Supreme Court. CIrcut Jldg
Tallahassee after an extended visit to Marion Bowen-----........ 450 one of her moat valued citisons. with bath and kitchb n. TeCrms 1r6 di a Jdt fcrminal Couxts of cod
JTacksonville, DeLand and Fernandina. Myrtle Gramling, Cen. The True Democrat extends the hear- i lars month. Apily to shall be t d by the Legislature.
Mrs. James Beg with her two treville-------....-...---...420 tiest congratulations and wishes for 2D tf HOWAilD GAMBLa That the ,to olua amendment of 0Seetie
daughters, of Orlando, arrived yester- Ella Lewis, Woodville, 360 many happy returns. (9) of Arte leFrive (5) of the ICoelt- '
da on a visit to her mother, Mrs. R. A. Lucile Saxon-...-..--..... 330 .. ^ WANTD TO RNT OR Las-Three tle of loriida is hreby agreed to, sad t
Shine. Ruby Duval .......... 315 Pnesalve Carbolised acts like a poul- (8) offices, over Gilmore & Davis store. shall be sbatted to the elete14
Mrs. Goore W. Saxon andaugters, EllieDare,..Conord 310 tice. Quick relief for bites and stpp at onco totate ap valt at the
Miesand Helen, left Thursday Gertrude C hittenden.... 3001.., re redtof Insects, chapped skin, cuts, burn by oton One (1)
afternoonforLanark, for an outing of AnnieLester,Monticello 245 and ores, tan and sunbur. obb s S -C art. p. boiler eventeen 1) aid C t
sveralweeks. Lottie Pichard ...... 3rugStore. -(ts Aug.) Fo SAl-Chea, a 25h. p. boiler
FlDr. Rorence Lewis----5 Bee" Laxative Cough Syrup recom- and 16 h.p. enae. Been nd 16OINT R OLUTION proposing a s
Dr. R. fo r tein eye ialiati L i sa B Mudd, Monticello, mended by mothers for young and old; months. Addre C, OC ANDROwentitoArle TwelveL ofth .g-
tamin the city foreveradays,loca- Mrs. Geoe Smith, Crawford is prompt relief for coughs, colds, Tallahasso, Fla., at the Capitol. ties of the State of ord reative t
ted at the New Bloxham. See his ad- iorglle miraword- hoarseness, whoopih. education, to be nmknow as s etie l-
vertisement. l --------.---- 225 ClOu, horns s.t w oop ak. S_ UsI For all kinds of printing teen of said Artitle, protvidng for the levr
Miss Clyde Raney------ .......... ---210 Gentle laxative and plant ae. to u your stationery neatly printed of a spelal tax for the support ad a.
Mrs. J. M. Reeves returned home Mrs. Jno.Robinson,Woodville 200 Guarated. Should be kept n every as cheap, or cheaper than you can buy tenace of the Unveity t r tte
Mr. JobM.bReves'resurndhome-rs.t De nnf lorida. the Florida v ersit
from Cuthburt the first of the week and Miss Lelia McFarland,Quiney 176 household. Cobb's Drug Store. (3 blank paper from retailer. Every constitute for the Bld, e af a
then went to Macon, Ga., her old home, Cassie Sweeting..-...-.. 175 Aug). farmer should have his printed Letter- Dumb, and the Colored Normal Behool.
for a week's visit Clare Bowen .......... 150 heads and Enveloppe.
Early morning rides are very popular Mrs. J. B. Brown (Ada Yawn) 150 Letter to John P. Rberts Be t Resolved by th r epeosure of the
in Taahaee. A party of young peo- Miss Blonza Cates---------........... 150 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ON THE FIRST or SZPTEMBRr-Mrs. state of Florsdas:
pie from the Mickler House went out Christine Lester ....----. 135 Dear Sir: A certain paint-manufac- John F. Spears will open a Woman's That the following amendment to Artle
Wednesday morning. Nanie Chaires ..-....-------.. 125 turer advertised "Waldorf-Astoria Exchange at her residence. Member- Twelve of the Constitution of the State of
ri ng e"4 Pauline Coot--------.......... 110 painted throughout with my paint." A ship fee $1.00 per year, and 10 per cent Florida, to be known as rSection 14 et saId
Mr. Wilhe Damon returned home Fannie Wlson -100 part of the basement was so painted; charged. Fancy work, preserves,jelly, Artlelt. he and the same In hereby agreed
from White Span r e n amproveds Cora Tylor, Monticello 100 not satisfactory; painted Devoe nex home-made pickles, bread and cake wll to d hall be submittedto the eletor of
nheaorHermanDamoniserthe State at the next general election of
now at Hampton Springs. Coupons must be voted each week, time. made a specialty. one Number Reprsentatlve, to be held in the year 1908.
Hn. E. C. Smith, Chairmn f Leon on or before date they bear. Notice There's a certain paint, a big concern, 23. 22-1m for rntiication or rejection.
Board of County Commissioaneors, was date and do not hold them after date or very proid and ambitious, that hated to COTTAGE for rent on Adams street, dollar of all taxable ropery In the ta
circulating among his hosts of Talla- they will become void see so big a ob o another paint, so it just below the Leon Hotel. Has all hnail he levied annually for the sunport anl
haee friends again today. went for that business, conveniences. Apply at True Democrat maintenance of the Univeralty of the State
Sen ay. y Newy Friend. That former paint was about two- office. 24tf of Fiorldan. the Florida Female Colleg. the
Mrs. M. F. Milliken and daughter, Modin Fn August 19th 198 thirds not paint, but this proud andam- Instituite for the Blind., faf and Dumb and
Miss Daisy, will leave this week or At- Mr. dison, sahabitious paint was only about one-third A Grand Family Medicine. the Clore Nrml school which sall
lanta, Gainesville, Ga., and Ashville, Mr. John G. Collins, Tallahassee, Fla. e ald In to the i4tate Treasurer and set aipar
N.ta, C ame fe, Ga.r andr Ashvmller Dear Sir: Enclosed find $1 (one dol- not paint. It succeeded in getting a "It gives mn pi)tasure to speak a iy him to the credit of the State Board
N. C., for the remainder of thesummer lar) for which credit on my subscrip- trial: 25 gallons, 5 kitsof5gallonseach. good word for Electric Bitters," writes I:ducntlon, to be apportioned and dipo
There will be preaching in Trinity tion for True Democrat. Would hate When the painter had used one kit he Mr. Grank Conlan of No. 436 Houston of for the benelt ft said Institutions a
church Sunday morning and night, by to be deprived of my newsy old friend called the manager; not satisfactory; 4 St. New York. "It's a grand family ne th e krn ashpt er ma
Rev. Fred Blackburn, pastor of the Wishinyo cess I remain respect- of the kits returned. A paint, one-third medicine for dyspepsia and liver com- the laws of Florida, approved June 5, 105.
Methodist churchat Madison. Every fully o success, P. BAU.respect not paint, is not good enough to dis- plications; while for lame back and -
body invited to attend. ------- place Devoe. weak kidneys it cannot be too highly JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend
A party of young ople were delight- Admiral Evans Retires. This was several years ao. That recommended." Electric Bitters regu. ment to Section Thirty-five of Article ive
fully entertaed ueday evening at Lake Moonk, N. Y., Aug. 18-Far roud and ambitious nt ternow; late the digestive functions,. purify the f the Constituton of Florida, rlating
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Claude from grim warships and the sea, where itis nearerhonest; it isn't short-mes- blood, and part renewed vigor andbl t
L'Engle, as the guestsof their children, he spent nearly half a century in the ure at all and only 15 per cent adulter- vitality to the weak and debilitated of n, t Resoltred ,by the Lr loattre of te
Frank, Marian and John. service of his country, Rear Admiral ated. It's a pretty-good paint now; 13 loth sexes. Sold under guarantee by State of Florida:
Change of coyy for Miss Adele Ge. Robley D. Evans of the United State. or 14 gallons of t goes as far as 10 of all druggists. 50c.Tht the following amendment to action
rard's Millinery advertisement came in navy, who is at this quiet mountain ho- Jude I D Fairchild owns two houses MissesMinnie.and BertieThirty-fve of Article Five of the Constitu-
too late for this week's issue. Look out tel. reached the age limit of 62 years IT. Mise Minnie and Bertie Boat- tion of Florida is hereby agreed to and shall
for itn r xt week Sh s te full today and, asked from the ranks of the alike in Lufkin, Texas. J M Torrnce wright have returned home after a he proposed and submitted to the elector
for it next week. She has a store full d ay ti ad p d fo te aPpronal or reJsetot at
of all sorts of nice articles for the Ia- country's active sea-fighters. HereI painted boh houses, one Devoe, and the pleasant visit to Jacksonville and Fer- f the n tate for approval or rejfection at
Sw e fourteen ace oice articles fore- encs hae other with that proud and ambitious nandina, and Miss Bessie Barnes of the the next general election hereafter that is

Mr. R W Cobbandotherare aain to take them p ine fenserpaint. It took latter city is isi contract for advertising the to any. said Section Thirty-f uch aodla -
nn the ount he ha served so well. His adulterated den Lumber Compan in the True on judal lta aay from time to

Mr. Robert H. A Micklerhas announced aseme, sefrt bt twor n Do an gos of e wright at their pleasant country home Iow:o
in this issue as Citerday from the oldest nao admiral in the United State navy. One of Gilmore Dav' show win e romoradin your newspaper. diction aall be the me a hern eprodel
ee-born Taohr.ledn now aivsng, Mr ta. wa^^^^^^ n s g .v See the advertimaaent m another r the 3rNt joude here an retdy po
sM. A. Blake, who is within two weeks lad down he arms, probably never dow rese a e rty ga Mr. T. Perry May, sretary, in re- -d shall bea clothe and a this tade,
tfhat akh w irtda Ms e lecti onn. thib ee s th r l o an m Comoept that the la s!ture may provide oall at-
Mr. R. Cobb and othey. rs. are talking A N ew York dispatch ofup in the dafe14th, nio u arrangement by Misnewin c contract for advertising the te creton anected wetbl then of such addi-r
Aokiay campain has been the longest service, but two 61 ,_ W.DloKeenCttr afety raiCor. them rat writes us follows: "We tio ne become .ecesry, r the a t-
le a a yon()ixty-year ol maiden. s short of halt a century, of aanyel- a e l wish to renew our ad for another six ent by the Governor and onfrmati by
The True Democra ttofc rney general of ist throughout treache d the office of rear i. fw m months. We have gotte ourelf Theotetn e lwvery g enteo addtonal l Jlul th sad
hoaellyesterday r Eifrom hae only late- dmiralinthely known until Stats Mrnavy. aOne of Gilmore & Davs' show ofwin- resultar awromd the excellent ewspaper.00 dctions ash arlle tprobsame law heor eprolded
ly tive-bornd fTalh Boae t now lihaving t ey wa 8 year of ag the lat Evey contestant soMrs.work e lon the state of orsda.
M.eral weeks ery pleasantly at dwe- ve year a he had bee. blinnddand et a very rt t with apper- See the advertisement and ot her m. IN Te heri alreadro
atreortance th eek the ar the.-Time-Union, sfered from a copliI- tion of disease, vr Nwpap oop ont vote, and h judicial power S in all mate
tMr. W. H. Ellis, arrived athigenera Tal of ist throughout on by e Christian world, ied p e of eda tob O few dollars for subription for youreipt f (oeeAL) Baen mianoc the ta ssd

l~th.-qara Ellis arrived at him Tal- brought, on,. by over ,.+ ,-work,.''But al.m ost --." ,--__,_L a"" ""-"" -- vote for every cent in subscription. (SAL+) seal of the Stats of Findes.


a home on Wednesday. to tim very last he worked at hymn .... a.--. -- at Taelah- the onlS
Tbe *ppPeAnwt of President Mur- writing. His tour throhout this Mrs. Chas. B. Parkhil* wi leave Fri. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve Wins this twmea -fth day toft ly,
Phre, of cthe F Cole for w- country and ropso with-wight L day morning to Join her husband ad Tom Moore. of Rural Route 1, ICoch- A. D. i0!f
me m, me a"'t *mo*-'iytemof Modynsag tBbrought hi intoUmr Md. She ran, Ge.. writes: "I had a bad sore H. CLAT C tRAWFOD,
Sae member of el cosmmitteeof Mowod -e angei mill vF seaompanied by Je. aome on the instep of my foot and July 24, 14c S
DeS tie Executive Comnusttee N t S nko it ~ a ht be said, wrote th and her two younget dcuht could find nothing that would heal it
rtal d the campaignGospel of the world. In China, and Emals, and ispr th nth of until I applied Bueklen's Araia Balve. DeWitt's Carbolised Witch Hasel BSa
ellnte, and ill be approved by Egypt, Indis, Japan, in almost every September in Marylad. On their r- than half of a s-oent box wen is especially good for piles, but It is
SDemocrats of ord. Tb appoint- language known to man Sankey 1 t 5n to Tallahassee the family will be the day for me by effecting a perfect also recommended nearly everywhere
met was made by Hon. T. A. Jennin hymns are saun. He received a rge domiciled with M A. L. Bond. cure." Sold under guarantee by all for anything when a salve is nao d.
as a member of the National Comi- income from his publIkati- and leaves "Lamen," in the Jacksoville Metrop. druists. It is Soothil, edoling and heai
toe.-Sbort-Talks, Times-Union. coiderable of an estate. Among Mr. olis, says: "Can a msa or woman bea Sam Fad es^ Vi g~ s ure to get DeWitt's Witch a
Sanke'a most familiar compositions are (Christian while harboring envy, to aW Salve when you ask for It. We sIl
Prof. L. Buclholz left Tuesday **The inety and Nine" and "When and hatred against other people? =os "The Un and Downs of a Country and recommend it Bold by Tallaha.
for Tamps. He made the True Demo- the Mists have Rolled Away." His of the saints' said to mea fewsys Editor-MetlyDowns," is a story of see Drag Co.
eat a farewell call Tuesday morning songs ae a to have had a circulation ago: 'I don't like that man, nor hi the life of S. A acklr, told Htb im- a
and estd to hav the paper visit of mS thm fty millioncopies. ways I have known eiMa for years, nd sl, with W lUM tration` by Cahrotie, waee th lsateor o ot .1
Im e aCh week in his new h"m.e so that used to like him very mueh, but I thak Smith. Mr. Paekler will be remem-a p a
e might keep in touch with the people i Kate Mickler, who for three he talks too mush abot aaWr tha bo may F ias a th edit l st w pull a
saeng whom he has lived for seven mo s .mthas been visitinher moth. don't concernehim ad I now hate hilm. of ae Da in several different al Ja
ers pAst The Dean will be greatly orand sf aL" eni decided The remarks to me was utownsoand 1s.Of rbecause Itw *
meetat the Collegeandrtheet .S at4Ci so t1 Atwo Ofiw add I
sbot at he ollee ada to make her bome with them in the f- I had beard the a r t, pa Hbe tow but thelaw me
" On Hon. W. D. Stoutemire's road dins, has t moved into her i es new timacharity; also O8 Rae. ZMOf5 Ws edbook U8 Im
- trit raetly, Suprintndet P. L. to have her mother an God ad the brotheI bedo m aen. A tr Se bealrM Co ll0 s Job Cia ^ witlh '
Jastwright with the county road ma- KMimKa tlve with her. For a number Christlan's duty is to try to p nde- t here a 14hSi to aaiese
e and teams has been outting down of Miss Mikler has made her m on hlove to idos t we wbee4It s1 pUs It is a i mlv
a s ala r more of ood road, made of i wift her brother and saiter. Mr. toenty hate. 1b 0 a1 quptd so o the esof tS W
Sao.4 and esad. It i on them n Mie er and Mrs. TilUle Temple by the aboveh.ami a c ,s erie. In 8" b T i is n t -
o la out on Jackson Bluff road, esad they patwith her very juryto Chrissalty."T T Ua Cl J ofG a p" .. ____ -.l
|road is1$-feat wide, 8 incbe thick Iii ; bt the mother and other The contraet the brish addibl
aawbet, nad is said to make a her anw ad so her family touMr.A. W A 's tobase :I i
Shard oad). It this and l a y f eas here have to warehouse has bee 1t to
satisfactory, consider- ve her mp. MMTiss t.s must ot frwt Dyer & Co., sad q wl wy .IIo Ih
sw ilf Lbe put on the and- ab assee l ends, nor fail to vit b the work and earry It to

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tat efa rStatea
s Man o ef fu t top h

b Is M t. Iean
m.lisal a t *oflt

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havefor"med th e edso fe r dabe d h
movemt t s ad s t fobt lotfroe
that we inerea
nM t effort to pass th
it, In view of the rapid W
iof FIda in past years
it-ieoaly place the state h
the ae n da, but is there any rer
ar oabeingdraia the character of Fi
erva&l&m, nvand adopted, wnhy o
fr mieth Stat oshouldnot always be fir
in t vanguard of those States which
taking the initiative steps in ever
movement that stands forbettarment
Not even the most casual reader o
the Metropolis can justly accuse thi
paper of being radical in character, no
of even veroing on the sensational. Con
servativeness, when it does not inter
fere with has always been th
watchword ofu the Metropolis, and will
continue to be. The champion the conue a
tined in the following lins, however
cannot be claeved n the last bil
radical naturld the whole many reason
majority of th PublUc of F".orda don
it so, tamongh t h Mstroohat th never
thaw" staiaehly champion thecause a
issue.
We do not believe in woman suffra
of a general nature, for many reasons
principal amon which is that the aver-
age womanly woman of today does no
care for meh suffrage. She far too
busy in the home hapinf the chara
ten of the men and women of the fu
ture to give her time and attention t
htical conditions, many of which are
ad to state, nauseating even to strong
and decent men. More than that, the]
can rely pon. their husbands, father
and sons, backed by their own inpirln
Influence for good, to steer the ship of
state through the proper channels to
ports of peace and civic purity.
The Metropolis does claim, however,
that the women of Florida should have
a vote on all matters pertaining to the
education of their children, and that al
women should stand firm and demand
this right. Women have this privilege
in nearly thirty States of the Union-
and not one of these States has had
as for regretting the granting of
OLprivilege-and the col women ot
da would likewise have a voice on
matters.
The reasons for granting this privi-
|eare too numerous for enumeration,
St principal among these is the fact
that the .life of every good woman, from
the day of maternity to death, is really
spent in education work-in the devel-
opment of minds and in the develop-
ment of characters. In the school room
a vast majority of the teachers are wo-
men which is Indeed fortunate for the
minds and morals of the young, as no
man, however good, can show the depth
of sympathetic understanding of the
child-mind as is natural to a gentle wo-
man; nor can he exercise so great an
influence over the young of either sex.
Love and respect for womankind is,
thank Providence, a natural heritage of
the average American child; and so long
a this condition exitst there is no
chance for the greatest republic of his-
try to "ro on the rocks."
The fact that women prove better
teachers than men is unnecessary to
state, as any child from the kindergar-
tan to the high school graduation day
recognis its truth. It is almost as u an-
necessary to state that they are equally
as successful as principals and superin-
tendents, and in recent years many have
eme to the front as sole and successful
directors of large county and cityehool
tema From girlhood to graadmotb.
erhood education is their greatest forte,
for. in addition to tenderness and sym-
pathetc understanding, they poe In
many instances an even greater degree
their felow-edueatorse-the "o of
asseat."


mother of FlPorida aremeroa
r interested ina the edue a
spring than the fathes di
hools of the State are
In which their aates hml


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just to push that "energy" along some

The Lake Butler Star has a new edi-
tor, J. E. Hays, Jr., and he comes to
the front pointedly and thusly: "A
-nber of our brethren of the State
Pres are giving us their views of "how
tie tbg happened." In our neck of
do woods the seed was sown for a
dWW last spring when our farmers
bld to go down in their jeans some of
Am to pay the last cent for taxes. It
Ntt' e to "thinkin'and figerin" how
wvm it that the State is getting richer
al the time and the taxes getting
fbwr every year. Many of the pol.-
mlmas figured and got the wrong an-
mwr, but ballot-box lightning broke
dir slates. More of the same kind of
dha lightning in the future will be
god for the State's prosperity and prosperity and pro-

Mfs. J. M. Reeves is visiting relatives
StriAnds at Macon, Ga.
Mr. T. H. Bond, wife and child, left
WVedsy for a week or ten days
vW to pleasant Panacea Springs.
Mibe Ethel Miller is an expert in win-
AW-e--I-g. Her work yesterday at
s &' Davis Co'-s. hardware store
-i A t would take a premium
2 : s ad also a change in their ad-
ules Cogswell had a sudden
ae attack of some complaint at
last week. He fell strik-
d hee which was painfully
Rhe was uncoescious for sav-
ad was brought home sick
hjW assmnedtohma room. Hia
eeafl that he will soon en-
and beable to take up


stitution doing such creditable work in
helping supply that demand. Any
young man wishing to learn a good pro-
fession should investigate the opportu-
nities offered in the telegraph field by
writing at once for the School's'free. de
scriptive literature. 22-3m
TARPON A PLENTT.
Bob Gamble, the Jacksonville ice man,
returned Saturday from Homosassa,
where he caught a 136 pound tarpon.
taking the same home to be mounted.
Mr. Gamble is remembered as one of
the popular conductors of the old South
Florida railroad, running from Palatka
to Brooksville. now part of the A. C. L
system.-Ocals Star. "Our Bob" is
informed that the Messrs. Cates, Rich-
ard Long, Jr., and others had strikes at
and hung 24 large tarpon in one fishing
near St. Marks one day last week.
None of them landed one on this trip,
though Mr. Cates caught 8 on two for-
mer tripe. They did not have substan-
tial tackle. Come up and bring your
friends.
Vote a few votes for your lad friend
in the cotest, today, ad other
days.
Mrs. J. Amos and Mrs. Proctor of
of Tawlhss are in the city on a visit
to Mrs. L Am and Mr. J. D.C.
Newton.-St. RoM Record.
Mers. W. D. Wi mand James A.
Bal returned om yesterday after a
peaantand be4etmad outing at Bat-
i; Creik, Mie a .
I'Mr. "MeGriff returned home
y after several weeks spent
atv a dll-led to askhis


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U DRMOC AT aT ogW uL. 4 nA comn
am 4cL UIa9s, 11r114r. Home life is a sura tt of hoan ehar Is a isea st and bids fe r o to beeme ,insrB^
a.,.... a-ter. Let the husband grow eroe and morl d more interesting. But In or-v. 'R W 1
.ImumD EVmRY FRIDAY MORNINw. surly, and the wife grow cold and un- der to make it the suies it hould be,
amiable. The children grow cross and cotestanta should gather up all coow A .
sae a 8seeend classMatter March a. i06 at savage as young bears. The father be- pons Imned each week and see that they Of Tamps, Florida
As Poet OM e at ianah.. orid. D dw comes callous, peevish, hard, lr.d of a are deported in the ballot boxes. Sub.
Adt t CW.e of March LMn. two-legged brute with clothes on. The scriptIkns, with the 100 yotes each, are Who has be in our city often
,.e Ts anudtnr. Coner Adn ad wife bristles in self-defence. They de- coming in very satisfactory, but the the p few ye be
S IN Tvpi Buu Coe velope an unnatural growth and sharp- weekly coupons are being neglected. th P. f be
0.8 tt "hon an nes. of teeth and the house is haunted Nw Mnos es, too, shoum enter t suited at the New Bloxham Ut
SiT 1.00 Pr Year. in Advance by ugliness and domestic brawls. This race. This would rouse more interest, turda August 29tb. P
A&tIasgRastea on Application. is not what the family circle should be. excited thusium and work for the| who SAt li s 9 th.
If one must be rude to any, let it be to good, both of the True Democmt and of who need hIS serviC, with W ak,
ST"w Demcrat ra the Official Newspt some one he does not love-not his wife, the contestants themselves. Do not or defective eyse, Neuralgia or Headache, will get pet '
Sm** L-' C~ y. brother or parents. Let one oftheloved become discouraged if your candidate manent relief. Take advantage of his skill to have glass-
oaes be taken away, and memory recalls seems to be eclipsed by some other, to .
a thousand sayings of regret. Death hut renew your energies, work the es fitted to your eyes. Fitting glasses to children' s .
ir-why advertisemnts are not se pte quickens recollections painfully. The harder yourself and get others to work; specialty. Phone 1M.
1m smartd in thi. newspaper at any prie* or grave cannot hide the white faces of and so gain success.
S condimationsor p ircumstances. Not a those who sleep. The coffin and the The piano is here, at D. R. Cox's
SW'Displayed advertise"entsunder two months green ground are cruel magnets. They Furniture tore, ready for the winner, _, ,,
5 cents per inch first ipsertion and 15 cents per
Sfor each subsequent nsertion. Eletr and draw us farther than we would go. They and the one whose friends are most en- TO MAU TUISS LIL. L PAnR Homl CKS 0UT.
1ato matter 16 cents per nch each issue. No ad- force us to remember. A man never thusiastic will get it. Vote early and h i s f TaL. -A dE OWi SOa
Srunafter contract expire. Local oras when he oennder a heading "News frm Tall- The Anderson-Wilson Paper Co., of
dtg matter, except news, among pure reading sees so far into hnman life as when he often !
mttr.s cents aline.h mue. All chan o s over a wife's or mother's grae. hassee," the St. Augustine Record has Richmond, Va., will open a large hou
i must be handed in not later than Thursday His eyes grow wonderous clear then and COMNISSIONERS FINa CONTENPT. the following editorial in its issue of at Savannah, Ga., by October 1. They
dkt. to rive prompt he sees as he never saw before, what it It may surprise some people to learn August 4th: will have rooms No. 310, 812, 814 and
'lshasMee, Friday, Augast 21. 1908. is to love and be loved. It is a pitiable that the Board of County Commission- "It i now said on what seems t be 316 Bay street east, and 818-816 River
picture of human weaknesses when era has power to punish contempt of the legislature is desired to give the street It will not be a branch but a
Pay up your subscription and cast those we love best are treated worst. that body. A recent occurrence ha governor authority to handle certain equal with their Richmond house, and
otes in the piano contest for a popu- Palm Beach News. demonstrated that the Board has a rfnds reserved for the health board their priceswill be the same.This hose
r lady friend to have the piano. ^proper respect for its own dignity and forthe counties.Thereshouldbe will be a great saving of time and
Hon. EarnesAmo StateAuditor, T LAST CALL the firmness to enforce the law relating there should be no need of an extra s eight to Southern printers and pub-
ho has recently examined Leon count After this issue of the True Demo- to contempt. Miami News-Record. sion to provide funds for earrylag on lishers. Mr. L. A. Morgan, of Ameri-
offices and books, pays them all a crat, every name on the mailing list This is a fact not generally known, but theordinarybusinessofthegovernm t. eus, Ga., will continue to look after
S ces s, pay those who doubt that the County Com- The I islaturewas Profuse in its ap- their interest in this section.
gh-compliment. who has not settled up, within the pos- rop and i the money h asno
T .heis-tal riopto ad te missioners have such powers will find been forthcoming for some much de- Mr Morgan has traveled this section
The man who knocks his own town is tal limit of one year in arrearages, will that it is conferred by the general stat- sired purposes the fault does not lie for several years, in the interest of the
whole lot like the man who butts his be cut from the list. We have mailed utes where, under Title 9, Article 2, ap- with the legislature but with the ad- Anderson-Wilson Paper Co., and all
rn head against a brick wall, and both s ouch readers the paper, believing all pears the following as among their ministrationwhich amade extraord Florida printers are his warm personal
ght to be locked up.-Bainbridge meant to settle up with us in good powers and duties: "Fourteenth.-To poses regardless oiipolicy in anybroad-riends, and will continue to pa
serlight. faith. We cannot afford to GIVE our fine any person who may be guilty of er sense than expediency for personal his splendid firm through him. Our of-
The itrit Searchlioht gives the contempt to their body while in session benefit. ee is always made bright and cheerful
The Bainbridge Searclgt giveh paper to ANY ONE, and in addition pay "We have been told that the dram- when he comes.
world these truthful little paragraphs: paper to and in addition pay a sum not exceeding $20, or to imprison Wte committee was to do something en e
Cotton is a more centain crop at ten postage on it. Now, if you are one or such person not exceeding twenty-four wonderful for us in a very short time. Granulated Bore Eyes Cured.
rts a pound, than tobacco at five more years in arrears, pay us up and hours for such offense."-Times-Union. To make the prophecy come true money "For twenty years I suffered from a
s p o a -pya a has been spent both foolishly and waste- bad case of granulated soye eyes, says
mes that price......---Cotton will soon pay one year in advance. All sub- NEW SERIS OF TTPL fully. What have we in exchange? If Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "In Fb.
i on the market. Lets all root for King scriptions should be in advance. To more attractively and better dis- there be a desire now to juggle accounts ruary, 1903, a gentleman asked me to
tton and his attendant prosperity. ^^^ lay our advertisements and job print-so as to hide the use of one fund to try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought on
Shas our vote." IS NEWSPAPERS NOT USINSS. y erti nt andjo prntserve other purposes tan those con- box and used about two-thirds of It
The Tampa Evening News suspended ing, we have this week added a com- template, the people should make it and my eyes have not given me any
"It is only a poor sort af happiness publication Saturday afternoon. The plte series of the clear-cut and beauti- very plain that the legislator who lends trouble since." This salve is for sale
at could ever come by caring very paper could not make expenses during ful face "JENSON BOLD CONDENSED." eril. it it true that the overnos by allahasseerugCo.*
uch about our own pleasures. We can the "hard times." This is the second With it, we have put in the office an- as already spent money on the drain- He thaaks the Voters.
ily have the highest happiness, such Florida daily to suspend this summer, other neat oak cabinet, almost a small age scheme which he had no authority TALLAHASLEE Aug. 14 190S8
beink a great man, and three or four weeklies. Its tough .- I', Au.1,190
goes along with beinagreatmantosee them go, but hard times getjob out-fit in itself. These neat, im- to touch? Some day that question wi l EDITOR TRUE DEMOCRAT:
tbavirg wide thoughtsandmuch feel- newspapers the same as it does busi- proved oak cabinets always improves come up. Through your newspaper, I desire to
pe "The governor says the law gives sincerely thank the voters of Tallisha-
g for the rest of the world as well as ness.-Fort Myers Tropical Breeze. the appearance of printing office fui-him authorityto call an extra session, forth liberal suort given to m
reelves."- George Eliot. But say my dear brother, is not newr- ture and keeps the type clean and free and that is true. The law gives him dis- for the office of City Collector dur-
Let .11ak nierestinour Piano papers business, too. There is surely trom dirt and dust. The job depart- creation to call the session, but he must ing the paut two years, and to state tor1
Letalltakeaninteres inourano enough and varied duties connected with ment of the True Democrat, is now se- rnfdas aou.n foru tha .a ors.ue the now that owing to my purchasing
latest. The excellent $350.00 Piano is it to make it so, and it ought to be good e of is power. You can lead a hors to half interest in the firm of T. H. Ran
wth working for your newspaper man to make it so, and t ought to be good nd to none in a country office, and we water but can you make him drink The dolh & Son's grocery business tht
d your lady friends just a little. profit paying business always. solicit orders from all the territory sur- governor can call the legislators togeth- wil not be a candidate for r-election,
Share given for every cent paid in The turpentine men are being hard rounding Tallahasee. We will furnish b will ty ll th desiring to give my full time to my new
subscription and the livlier and the hit by the combination fighting them. you anything you desire printed, from BrowS and all his works? Very respectfully,
r o vote the sooner the contest The price of the spirits has tumbled a visiting card to a large book or pam- "The attempt to make things level 25-4t C .Z FzNx.
Syo votethe sooner the contest during the pst two years from 74 cents phlet, on short notice, in the Nw at the last moment is a ticklish pro-
1l be brought to a close, and your to 35. Volusia County Record. eding and my ta. t
Friend secure the prize. See it on And business men in all lines ate able prices as the kind of work desired I have resum y practice in the cit
hblbiticn at D. R. Cox Furniture store. feeling the effects of it! No people ale r ek of ok dse Attention, Asthma Sufferers! of Tallahassee. Calls left atthe Holmes'
ergy will do anything that an be are more liberal or public spirited th n u Foley's Honey and Tar will give im- Drug Store will be answered promptly.
Energy will do anything that can bethey, and when they get good price printed stationery. It is the best, it is mediate relief to asthma sufferers, and 24tf DR. C. M. AUSLY.
e in this world,' says Geothe, and ey a wen y g oo prc the cheapest. Come talk with us some has cured many cases that had refused -
talents, no circumstances, no oppor- and are prosperous then money is about printing! to yield to other treatment. Foley's The Beat Pills Ever Sold.
cities will make a two-legged animal turned loose cheerfully and advantage- a-,. Honey and Tar Is the best remedy for "After doctAring 15 years for chron.
man without in.' "-Fort Mead Ob- ously to the good benefit of us all. Pineules for the kidneys, 30 days' coughs, colds and all throat and lung Ic Indigestion, and spending over two
hn w eho n' worryourselves We take o trial $1.00. Guaranteed. Act directly trouble. Contains no harmful drugs. hundred dollars, nothing has done me
rver. Then we shan't worry ourselves We take pleasure in directing our on the kidneys and bring relief in the Sold by all druggists. as much good as Dr. King's New Life
death over the affairs of this world's readers' attention to the advertisement first dose for backache, rheumatic Pills. I consider them the best pills
oblems, for we have now and always appearing elsewhere in our columns of pains, kidney and bladder trouble. In. Come and talk advertising and job ever sold," writes B. P. Ayscue, of
e had our full share of "energy. the Soathern School of Telegraphy, lo- vigorate the entire system. Cobb's Drug printing with us. It will be to our mu- Ingleslde, N. C. Sold under guarantee
e sha fll j sthkeepdigingate o u bene cated at Newnan, Ga. There is a great Store. (8 to Aug). tual benefit perhaps, and we are sure it by all druggists. 25c. *
: shall just keep digging at our bust- and constantly growing demand for -(~ t Aug~~~.--
sB, but we adviseall business concerns telegraph operators, and we are glad to See Collins for Job Printing. will pay you to advertise. Try our Rubber Stamps.
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Don't forget we are still in the Lumber
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Building Material .
S. From the Lowest Grade to the Highest. I
O ur Long Suit is Best Prices and Prompt Delivery.
Log Mistace w e No. 249. 1
Can llu asp at Our ExpcsC.

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HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.

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

Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.


Phone No. 79.


P. 0. Box 487.


All Accounts Rendered Weekly.


SAVED!

50 prw cet of youm Shoe 31* by havis
A. R..S. TWINE
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store famous. Jut as good a eot I
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THE R. & 6. 60RSETS TO YOU. WE SHALL
BE PLEASED To HAVE Yo SEE OUR 6oR SETS
AND OTHER WEARABLEAS THAT o60 WITH
THEM,


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Successor to W. R. Wlson.


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MEMBERS OF NEXT LEGISLATURS
There beinq a demand tor ane, the
True Democrat cheerfully furnlshes
the following:
The Senate.
District 1-J. H. B. Miller, Milligan.
District 2-John S. Board, Peasa-


4RAND CON


titsBox siW da,28thI at District 3-William W. Flournoy, De
the reliance of Dr. W. L Moor, at Funiak Springs.
4:0 olock. There will be an instruct- District 4-Theop West, Martanna.
e and Inteomting program. Not only District 5-R. r. Horsford, Coo Mills
members of the nimsiosary society, but Dibt let 6 James E. Broome,
other ladies of the church are most cor- Quincy.
dially invited to oome and enjoy a District. 7D. H. Siloan, Lakeland.
t hou, and contribe ome- Dstrct H
S toward the support of our two District 8-John W, Henderson, Tale
IM is ri lahassee.
District 9-George W. Dayton, Dade
W. 0. W. Social. City.
Lon tamrp No. 2, Woodmee of the District 10-C. H. Leggett, Green-
World, will ive a 2ocal in the W. 0.
W. Hall at TallahasMee Fla on Mon- Distria t li-Donald C. McMullen,
da night, August 3st, 1908, the same Tamp
being the 5th Monday night. All mem- District 13-E. M. Hudson, Miami. dtown
bern requested to be present, also all District 1-F. M Hudsonek, Mity.
visiting Woodmen cordially invited. District 14--F. P. Cone, Lake City.
We are prepared to entertain all, and Distrlct I5-A. Z. Adkins. Stake.
WA PP ;c,,+ ,,,, ... ^..- District 16-T. S. Davis. Fernan-


and bring that other fellow* who has
not been in the forest in some time.
"It's only your duty," so don't disap-
point us. Sovereign come and partake
of the feast and enjoy yourself, and see
what "Woodcraft'" is doing. A grand
time awaits all who have pride enough
in Woodmen of the World to come up
to the Hall.
A Faithful Friend.


"I have used Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since
it was first Introduced to the public
In 1872, and have never found one In-
stance where a cure was not speedily
affected by its use. I have been a com-
mercial traveler for eighteen years,
and never start out on a trip without
this, my faithful friend," says H. 8.
Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a
man has used a remedy for thirty-
Ive years he knows its value and Is
competent to speak for It. For sale
by Tallahassee Drug Co. *
W, LA. w awis and Family.
The Pensacolo Journal, of the 19th,
has the following local of an "old
time" Tallahassee family:
"Among Pensacolians who are off for
their annual outing are Hon. and Mrs.
W. A. Rawls, Miss Eunice Rawls, and
Master William A. Rawls, Jr., who
left yesterday afternoon, and will sail
today on the Iriquois from Jackson-
ville, for an extended trip to Boston
and nearby points, including Provi-
dence and Newport, where they will be
entertained by friends. They will also
include northern New York State and
New York City in their trip, returning
during the latter part of September.
Captain Rawls and his charming
family have many friends here who
Swish them much pleasure on the de-
lightful trip which they have planned
for their summer outing and will be de-
lighted to welcome them home again in
the falL
Get Sey-Bant Bird Nests.
Birds often times pick up valuables
and weave them into their nests. Who
knows but some of the hundreds of
AMglish sparrow nests found hanging
alaest everywhere on our streets, in
awnings, blinds, crevices or trees, may
ave deposited in them some long green
bills, or other valuables. As an induce-
meat to hunt them through, read the
following.
New York. Aug. 18--Miss Anna
Deoe, of Brooklyn, who is visiting
imeds in Caldwell, N. J., while in the
woeds of that vicinity with friends,
found a diamond ring valued at $350.
er attention was drawn to a bird's
ast at the foot of a tree and thinking
It had been blown or thrown to the
ound by some small boy, picked it up.
la te net was the ring. It is et with
Iur 'moiw- or rare brilliancy. A
Jweler says it is worth $350. The nest
w that of a blackbird and it is sup-
p ed the bird carried the ring there.
S'A S onto Elderly People.
Most elderly people have some kid.
"F or bladder disorder that is both
aifu l and dangerous. Fooley's Kid-
my Remedy has proven a boon to
u say elderly people, as It stimulates
te adrary organs, corrects rregulari-
itis and toesa up the whole system.
; 0enmene taking oley's Kidney
Remedy at onoe and be vigorous. Sold
S3T an druggsts.
Ti *Ildss of Potoa, Wlhi awe Tots?


Cpley Canner: "Selfishneusm is one
a the betting sina of this ife. The
AI ed m and self-landitory are to their
~iUvi. nf for self
S aot the proper method. Some
-md fret and fame because
Mir pIltm are not moe favorable.
um getsoat of life Jaut what be
P ibatoIt-.oa ore. no e. He who
day after day. thinking of
BMN btmseef and his own
7t own pleasures is car-
t exomter his own kind and to
good a place In which tollte.
n hothinks of nobody but
d-f fnds but little happine m his
tir It. To him the world feels
o- m meerr. aad indeed, hias own mIt-
l ids m Mn o The man who aest_
mL adhappieN in big walk
woMrd meets hos m kind.
to briag happiness to others
Hto ha-If. He mem
Ifa e wevld, for itisthe
Saamtaralmtlaw. To ha the
0 kiiy em, aad s lifs ene M

I IIma- and seeks thlk
S tryU tsmake the wowd
nani* peO a ld .*-
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dina.
District
District
sonville.
District
District
Home.
District
Keys.
District


17-J. B. Johnson, Live Oak.
18-H. H. Buckman, Jack-
19-L. C. Massey, Orlando.
20-D. H. Baker, Orange
21-J. A. Williams, Cedar
22-William M. Girardeau,


Monticello.
District 23-1. N. Whitney, Lady
Lake.
District 24-W. Hunt Harris, Key
West.
District 25-Buell Cook, Chipley.
District 26-E. 8. Crill, Palatka.
District 27-Joseph H. Humphries,
Bradentown.
District 28-Frank W. Sams, New
Smyrna.
District 29-W. E. Baker. Melrose.
District 30--W. H. H. McLean. Jas-


per.
District
tine.
District


31-L W. Zim, St. Augus-
32-H. H. McCreary.Galnes-


ville.
House of Representatives.
Alachua-Syd L. Carter, Gaine-
ville: T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.
Baker-J. L. Kelly, Macclenny.
Bradford-L. D. Wall, Starke; Er-
nest Knight, Lake Butler.
Brevard-Stewart.
Calhoun-E. S. Fortner. Clarksville.
Citrus-E. S. Grace, Citronella.
Clay-Charles Conway, Middleburg.
Columbia-John W. Hatcher. Lake
City; James B. Hodges, Lake City.
Dade-George 0. Butler. Miami.
DeSoto-J. H. Brown, Arcadia.
Duval-I. L. Farris, Jacksonville;
Frank E. Cha-e. Jacksonville.
Escambla-John P. Stokes. Pensa-
cola: C. L. Wiggin, Pine Barren.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, Carra-
belle.
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffy, Gretna; J.
W. Sheppard, Qreensboro.
Hamilton-L'C. Register, Avoca; J.
W. Bynum, White Springs.
Hernand--F. L. Stringer, Brooks-
ville.
Hillsboro-John S. Taylor, Largo;
D. F. Pattishall, Plant City.
Holmes-G. W. Watford, Esto.
Jackson-W. E. B. Smith, Marianna;
J. H. Tidwell. Jascom.
Jefferson-S. D. Clarke. Monticello;
A. J. Boland. Thomas City.
Lake-J. R. Miller. Eustis; J. S.
Godfrey, Yalaha.
Lee-F. J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
Leon-A. S.Wells,Tallahassee: John
L. Neely. Tallahassee.
Levy-W. J. Epperson, Bronson.
Lafayette-McQueen Chaires, Old&
town.
Liberty-E. K. Thaggard, Bristol.
Madison-Charles E. Davis, Madi-
son: J. Ellls Blanton, Lee.
Manatee-D. F. Hull, Costatia.
Marion-L S. Light. Reddick; W. D.
Cam, Ocala.
Monroe-W. H. Malone, Jr.. Key
West; Charles L. Knowles. Key Weet
Nassau-J. E. Calkins, Pernandlna;
A. i. Ogilvle, Calalhan.
Orange-A. B. Newton, Winter Gar-
den; James H. King. Oviedo.
Oseeola-C. 8. Acree. Klassmmee.
Pasco-P. C. Litell, Haudon.
Polk-J. A. Cox. Kathleen; W. J.
Durrance, Fort Meade.
Putnam-H. A. B. MaeKeniae, Pa-
latka: 8. J. Hlbur. Palatka.
Santa Rosa-4. V. McCaskill, Bluff
Springs; A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
St. Johns-W. A. MaeWmaM, St
Augustine:; C. DuPontl Matansas.
St. Lucle--WR. Hardee. Jensen.
Sumter-MoOleom Terrell, Bushnell.
Sawannee-L, &. Roberson. Live
Oak: Geo. W. Dempeey. Kllavtile.
Taylor-W. T. Cash, Perry.
Voluslt-James Alexander, De
Land: Maon Thoraton. Ormond.
Wakuja-Walter L. Page, Wakulla
Waltes-J. F. Riebbourg, Laurel
Hill.
Wasbl-gtou-R. L. McKensle, Pan-
ama City.


Chronic IauI Relieved.
Mr. Zdwai- 4 Hery, with the
United State& IRS- Co. Chcam,
writes: V Ome-l suporlatendeat
Mr. Qui ame me a. battle o,
Chambtb'a Coils, Cholora aad Dhar
rhoA m som time ago to dhek
aM aB he f dd dhk dia roea.
I bsavf It dea that time sa
cured a ouetraoas who have
been al a a l soldier who
served w hIL 1h9"erd 3. Hayes amd
WHliam s b y eas -thesb
3rd sMa"d have Wa a.
meat le diarrhoea, whiMb
this rs tdeps at oease. W saleo


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POPULARITY ENERGY!

In order to obtain new subscribers and to
encourage the payment of old subscrip-
tign account .


THE TRUE DEMOCRAT

Offers to theLady cw" te

Highest number of

VOTES A


Magnificelt$ 350.00 Piano

An instrument endorsed by many eminent
Musicians for its sweet tone, its lasting
quality and its artistic appeaauce. .
PLAN OF VOTING.
In every issue of the TRUE DEMOCRAT will appear a
voting coupon good for five votes to be cast for the lady of
your choice. For new paid in-advance subscriptions, cou-
pons will be issued as follows:


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Six months,
Three months,


- 1lO votes
150
- 26


OVER DUE OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS.


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account will be allowed votes as above for all they pay us
on the old account as well as for such period as they may
pay for in advance provided, that no votes will be allowed
on an old subscription unless he or she pays up in full for
the past and for at least 3 months in advance.
TIME OF AWARD.
The contest opens August 7, 1908, closing date publish-
ed later, during which time the Piano can be seen at D. R.
Cox Furniture Co's. Store.
We hope to have at least one lady contestant located
in each post office district, and not less than 12 in the city
of Tallahassee. This will put each on an equal footing;
remember however, the contest is not confined to Leon
county but extends to True Democrat readers everywhere.
HOW TO VOTE.
After your name has been entered which will be done
on receipt of a ballot bearing it thereon, accompanied by
coupons to the amount of 100 votes, go to your friends and
ask them to save or vote their coupons for you; ask them
to go further and pay you for a year's subscription in ad-
vance; if they won't stand for a year try them for 6 or
even 3 months.
Regular weekly vote coupons must be placed in the
sealed ballot box at this office or mailed to the Contest
Editor on or before the date they bear. Subscription cou-
pons may be cast at any time during the contest period,
provided not less than 100 votes are cast per month.
THE COUNT.
Votes will be counted at 5 p. m. on the day before
publication each week, the seal of the box being broken
and the count made by 3 disinterested parties, different
people being asked to serve each week. They will attest
the correctness of the count.


NOTE.


This contest is not being conducted by traveling pro-
moters, but by the publiher of the True Democrat, who
guarantees a Fir Contest. No member of any family con-
nected by owneuhip in or employment with the paper will
be allowed tobea ontemtant; no pen containing coupons
willbe sold in bulk at a lower pice than is charged fora
single copy, and no coupons wil begiven away.
THE PIANO
Is one of the bet sew by the Jesse Fnh Plano Co., of Moatomery,
Ala., whose advutMaemmt appeal n thM papepw. It is a full te 71
octave Richmonl, with fun mstal semldha board, protted trying
pis, Ivory keys, me prot poedab, et c., n., ad h a pbuly
finished mahogmy ease. Its at (aot list) vale is $80.00. Its a
beauty to e, a modteMm eham to heal Geo se It at
D. R. COX'S FUNITU W

THEN GET TO WORK!

Address all letters cotalalig vote to
CONTEST DEPARTrMET TUE DEMOCRAT,
T r L .v b w &


Dof


DWe Uasit w o l y maM


best pUts aode. ty an the-
known, ple nt, get., it I
liver pins. Instst u p90 bt
We s1il an d ioa d e. I
by Tflhaee Drug Co.


Juay dit 190L


spa f main ftbin, who.
This 3.4 day ofJuly, 110L W. A. REMouM
U.4t H. 0. LAva
Notice I
()N AUGUST PIT. X IMW 0F T.-if.
;ft"LT A. Am be A. 5ho hy b
phe34 in the band& S4f f
iuiph.T. 3ILAUmmouva &Sow.

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I mat ofthe to the agora
wh1 tomma ha~ eenhiu
TOW. taxow I" "Weym 8..
Amint saidto JulY 1. 5iJS..=.


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APPORTIONMENT.
OGamal Itwme ..............8 *.OO
Am st paid tp July 1. INM ems.WS-
ohesob .......................M.47.00
Am t pad to July 1. 190S.. 14.IU -
Paloe........................ -.-o.oO
Amount paid to July 1. 190.. L.mUOL-
i.wad rfolturem.......... .210.00
Almmat pid to July 1. 1906. .1M -
R3eed and Bridgs........... -R.08.2
Amount paid to July 1. 190.. 3,72.19--

Attest- Hauay T. FuLat
('luk o Ceul Co rt. LeoT CuT., Florda


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ilerk of Circuit Court. Laon County. Flords.
July Ist. 10o.
Notice of Appl-catles to Sell Real
Estate.
1 RCB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THS
A" Wth day of Aurgt. A. D. 19B, the uasmdw
sirned.as Gardian of stateet of James AhIm
shin mand h Maria Shinemniarn, wiU apply
to the County JudE. of Les County State at
Florida athi. ofci sth Ccity of Tal:siuws, t
mad soaty, at 10 o'elek a. m, for authdety to
@Mlat pat ate stall tlbo ow p s aorpear-
oes! kin4d. mitauta !rhr a b"b Jn


(I) bouaded a follow: betanta at Btb eaMth-
WuMt "erOtf maid ghetto Int (11). tbe
marn 4at aon the South Use .of mid e
Twety-six Wd Fity One Hutndrelth d fa t
at t: hence North Thirty halis to a pot.
iese -Wtevnchasln to middle f theb
mad runainf from TalahleM to .
theme atlong middle of mid road to the div M
M betwa asSeetiom levn (11) and T(1
ead theme South alemna id Setlo liNa Se
ehbinM to the olit of bgRsinsu: and atwe *etaM
A of Soctim n (9) dht South of athe m
mods (2) wiere.All oat the abd
Lotsy ear Ps.aoroMOrer
Ia SM rkd0 l owM M. d tal4L


FOR SALE.

Two (2) well located
Lots, at Panacea Miner-
al Spring., one adjslning
Mr. T H. HaIl's lot at
Rock Landing lot all
fenced in, and another
aereby, la a very desira-
ble location. Thee lots
are owned by nos-reasi-
dents ,who are anxious
to sell We offer them
for a limited time only,
and for a very low price.

J. T. Bernard & Son.


Leon Comaty Leads for Sale
at Reaemabl Pri"e.


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SAFETY

RAZOR


will enabl you to sare a beard off
vy easily and *moetbly; ta fact, so
smoothly a to make you think it b
not shaving at ilL


' WI MM s blade thick ough to permit of a depee
of temper and a kr of edge which positively can
not be secured in any thln, waer-like, flible blade.
The AWI W lt Safety Raxor Outfit consists of


TripIs Saviae Plated Frame and
wegian sharp steel blades.


Handle, and 12 Nor-


$3.50


A GOOD SUPPLY OF
EXTRA BLADES
ALWAYS IN STOCK.

GILMORE & DAVIS


Posit)s" fte Saving.


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d4eda" sd~o or detractsfrom the,
cluuurlulm.ofi a Mwmmore 16am li~
Wal P"Mu
The fwumaimp sowneto e'mbeAdwa h
ducursfmedeect; butthde Wagl P" is
26e mat conspkuous featue of th, room
"aMsgth dt aade of tlmcupm
Se~faaary sleCon annot be M&d
fro a lmiter1 aortmerit; the bci resuhe
are oAWmd y omarno.
Alfred P" -Prize' Wall Pv. a fr
1908 .1evthe w~as raspe of choie., from
db. '--n~c that. Good to t" buat tha~
Sa-milesmubmkaedand cia6tesfur-
JOHN E. SPENCER, Agt.
49. W. M-Carthy, St.
tallahassee, FlP~orida.


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Doe It COX FURNITURE CO.


In order to make


Stock, which


room for my Fall


will soon begin to ar-


ave, for the next few days my entire
stock


Will be offered at Reduced Prices.


Will make special


low prices


on


.Lqae, Curtais, Ram.Ocka, Porch Rockers Setteen,
. tfrgerators sad Fresen.


All Summer Goods at


Cke" Out


Pricew Call and get pion. nd you
will be convinced.


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On account of drink, s what you
frequently beor about some vy emart
moa. Th drink or drug habft can be
Id y-q0 4and good mew saved
to UM tUa. Writo at M for
.esdwtlal inmeamto to "
TI an K oT IM
211 M
Thns OItSaved His .
Laster M. Nelsona. of Napl, Mainl.
says In a repeat letter. "I bave used
Dr. KIag' New Disoovery ywarm ,
for coou a, sad colds, and I adk It
saved my I1a. I bave foafd Ia rea,
ble .areaey tor throat and acom
platate, and would no more 'e with.
out a bottle thaa I would be without
ood." PWr marly forty i"rs New
oseove ry ba stood at thtilad of
erats ad lanm e aeadi epre
VwtTa ON LLua 0kli, n, of
we"k le it a e m quaL Waller
ura a by all odruit. aad
JLNL Tap metas fra
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the me
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FOR SALE
One National Cash Reg-
isater, 6 Drawer Base.
Used lesa than one year.
In perfect condition.
Change in store system
cause for selling. A bar-
gain for some one.


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT


JOs 6G. COLUUS. Feb sibe.
rUBLMHXD VIKRY FRIDAY MORNIN.U.
--
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
For Presidential Electors:
R. P. BAILEY. P. Vy. BUTLER.
DOBBRT E. IDAVIS. OEO. C. MARTIN,
SAMUEL I'ASCO.
Ver Representative In Congr-es-Third Con.
grealonal District:
IANNTTKI I. MAYS.
For Governor:
ALBERT W. GILCIIRIST.
For Comptroller:
t ALONZO C. CROOM.
For Treasurer :
WILLIAM V. KNOTT.
For Secretary of State:
II. CLAY ('11A 1 FORD.
For Attorney-General:
PARK M. TRAMMELL.
Ftr Superlntendent of Public Instruction :
WILLIAM M HOLLOWAY.
For Commissiloner of Agriculture :
BENJAMIN E. McLIN.
For Justices Supreme Court:
WILLIAM A IlOCKER.
THOMAS M. 81IACKLIFORiD.
COUNTYY TICKET.
For Membern of the.p gl.lattre:
JOHIIN I,. NKEIY,
A. S. WEI.IS.
For County Jilge:
BENJAMIN A. MEGINNISS.
For Clerk 'trruit Court :
IENY N. I'IKKEI,.
For Sheriff:
WILLIAM M. LANGSTON.
For Tax Assessor;
WILLIAM (. AMPS.
For Tax Collector :
WAILTEt A. I)EMII1IY
For Superintendent of Public Instruction:
EDWIN B. EPPES.
V*<.v Vnt--A fa.n ..kv


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Are Yoe u G~i


For a newspaper to keep everlaat
ly hammering away abhoot patrosa
home industry, to wbooup the Elm
'of the town where it i'- pabli5,ed
prate about the puble-spirtednea
it.s citizens,. to laud its health, i
preach of its orogrea venes and t
to have the business men who reap
reward of its perseverenee along th
lines send out of town for their pr
ing, pay more for it and express cc
es in addition is the sort of thing eal
lated to create a weariness.-DeFun
Breeze.
nS Reward. Sie.


do-
bewe

the
'ikt.
g.1
du-


The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a consti-
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting direct upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda-
tion of the disease, and gRiving the pa-
tient strength by building upte consti-
tution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The pvopretors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
ledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Aug. 16-tf.


Fo o uiiy I rI-'are r -
J. EARL PERKINS. Chlu b Note ls.
For Sulprvlsor Ilegistrittlon :
HAMI'EL P. ('ilAIlIES. TrinityM. E. Church. Sceth.I. S. Patterson.
For County Surveyor : Pastor.--ervices Sunday at 11a. m. and 7:0 p. t.
VALLIE J. RANIO)LPlf. Junior Epworth Ieague. 3.00 p. Senior p-
County Comminulnloners : worth Leag, 4.00 p. m. All members requested
W. D. STOI'TAMIHE, W. A. ItFGISTER. toattend. The public and strangers specially in-
J. W. COLLINS. R. G. JlOHNSON. vited to worshipwith us.
L S. CRUMP. Presbyterian Church, Rev. Wm. H. Ziegler, Pm-
School Board : tor.-Regular services at 11 o'clock a. m.. and at
IDAWSON ItnATWIl(IIT. 730 o'clock p.m. Sabbath asBooi at 9380 a. n.
JOHN II. PIATTIERtON. I) R. ((X. Midweek services on Wednesday evening at 7:T
p. m.
omerr of narriae. First Baptist Church., lnv.. Pruett. Pastor.
Services: Sunday at 11 a. m. and 710 p. sm.; Bible
Rumor reports the engagement of school, 9:45 a. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.4 o'clock p. m.;
Miss Mamie Doyle, of 4323 Sansom Senior B. Y. P. U, Trldat p.m.; Prayerand
Street, daughter of Mrs. George W. Everymbodr Wedmesdy at 7: p: m.
Doyle, formerly of Wilmington, North John' o Epid opalCh : dn.ay ol
RevD. Dr. Char'les Martin St.John's Episcopal Chureb: Sundays and Holy
Carolina, to Rev. Dr. Charles Martin Days. 7:30 a. m. Holy c-wmeIan-Sundays 11
Nilts. I a. m., and 8 p. m. Wednesday, 5 p. m. Friday.
Dr. Niles filled the pulpit of the I P. m. Choir practice after service. Sunday
Church of the Savious, in this city, School at 10 o'clock every sunday morning.
from August of last year until January, Christian Science.-Servcesare heldeverT Sun-
and has been rector of St. John's Prot- day at 11 o'clock a. m and Wednesday evening at
awl has been rector of St. John's Prot- 9g o'clock p. m.. in the front room. seond sUwy. at
estant Episcopal Church at Tallatassee, the building et of teupostoitic. Thidsto omis
Florida. He has just returned from alsfused as a Christian Science reading room.
England where he attended th Anliand opn daily except Sunday and Frida
England, where he attended the Angli- afternoons. between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
can Conference. Miss Doyle is a charm- a. m. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All are cordially
im Southern girl of 26, slightly built, Invited. The Sunday Schoolis held Sunday morn-
with a wealth of dark hair and dark int from 10 to 10:4&.
eyes. Catholic Church-Rev. P. J. Bresnahan. pastor
Dr. Niles i a widower, not quite m and sermon at 9a. m. on the 1st. 2d and 4th
Dr. Niles Is a widower, not quite 50 Sunday. of each month; Rosary and Benttdic-
years af age, and has a grown son, tion at 5 pn. m. n the third Sunday mass at 7 a.
Charles Edward Niles, attending a di- m. ; no afternoon service.
vinity school. Neither he nor Miss
Doyle would affirm or deny yesterday IEIAINATION TEXT BOOKS.
the rumor of their engagement. -Phila- STATE OF FLORIDA. EDUCATIONAL DE-
delphia Press, 15th. PARTMENT.


STALLA.AM.L.. A.. L., June 9. 1908.
Poured Hay Fever and Summer Cold. The followla is a iot of Text-Books to be used
A. 8. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indiana, as the bals~ the September examination. 1908:
writes: "Last year I suffered for three nard.O r et 'Co., WordLk.soIno(25c.).MY-
mosths with a summer cold so dis- ReadlA-Any standard author will answer.
tressing that it Interfered with my Compt--Maxwell and Smith's Writing in
English (76?.). Ameriean Book Co.
binmess. I had many of the symptoms Arithmetie--Mles 8Standard (S6c.). American
of hay fever, and a doctor's prescrip- Book Company. Atlanta, Ga.
tion did not reach my case, and I took Enlish Grammr-Metcals (soc.). American
several medicines which seemed only Fkoida Hstory-Brevard and Bennett's [We..
to aggravate it. Fortunately. I insisted American Book Company, and Fairba.ka'. H. &
upon having Foley's Honey and Tar. W.D. Drew o. Jacksonville. Ma.
U. History-Fieid'se Gnummar School [81.00],
It quickly cured me. My wife has since Ameriean Book (ampany.
used Foley's Honey and Tar with the Georaphy Rdway's Natural Advanced
4ame success." Sold by all druggists. [$12.. Amicans Book CompaThny.
Physkelogy-Colemnan's El .ments of [90c.]. The
^^MacMillan Company. Atlanta, Ga.
Measrs. Fred Hardee and Peres Mc- Civil Govermnent-Yocum's Uvil Government
on.all are outing at St. Teresa this of Forida and the United Statmes 0 O.
Painter Company. DeLand. Florida.
Alsebra-Milne's High School ($1.00]. American
Mr. Phelps W. Wilson left Wednes- Book Coa y.
day for New York to purchase his fall Phycal Georaph-Tarr's New [a1.00) The
o fy r MacMillan Company. Atlanta. Ga.
saok of goods. Theory and Practice-For alla-Cs
Mr. J. M. McNair, Jr., of Cairo, Ga., oMilanCmp t by Ba.y.[ L Mac-
is visitingat the Micler House, the Them boo. may behadofmot book dealr in
guest of his brother, J. E. McNair. the state. or from the publishers by mall, ost-
Mr. Guy Winthrop returned from St. paid on receipt of r.M. HOLLOWAY
TWaea Tuesday and attended the Clark- 17 State Superintendent Pubi Instruction
Mays Weddint at Quincy Wednesday.
Mr. B. C. Brewer attended the Clark- 20 TELE RAPI
wedding at Quincy, along with sev- 2L0000 TEL
el other Tallshasseeans, whose names
we ailed to gt. OPERATORS N DB
MiU Canie Sweeting is becoming
S an expert in operating and rais- "'
Iacbaltr chickens, recently having
off quite a nice lot of little chick- YOUNG EN PREARE TYOMRELVES
es, which are doing exceedingly well
Dr. Arms eoan alwa s be seen at FOR GW FOSITIOKS.
tVi Bloxham fst Monday of each
athL Any one having nervousness. a .
trouble, headaehas, or chronic trou- On account of the new S-hour law
bo id see him. 22-tf passed b CoAress In the interest of
Mr. Gilman Winthrop went to Carra- an w and also an unt of so
bde frm St. Teresa Wednesday, and lines extend, ein nuilat dmand for
f there by boat for Mobile, AlaLime, oerao as boweoiase for
CoL JohnS. Winthrop and Mrs. eram haea plated. Coeerma-
' Em pl bea1t ree d at tietima4e have pissed the number
Withrop are pleasantly located at of addltimal Operators that will be re-
sky In anything Is bad, but It is po.s- qul n mth t
IUvly dangerous when there is some- appII5Y- 30,000.
thing wrong with your kidneys. Don't YOUNG MEN NOW IS YOUR.OrP
wait until tomorrow. Get something POTWUN I EArollo in ot r Shoot
that is to be depended upon to help OW e -in on lyfour tofix mont we
you promptly at such times. The one bavejouqualii for
remedy above all others that we sueo &S olwgoraph Operators
10 DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder from upwi$ OOurL a
They are antiseptic and almost s is d s is
batanty relieve backache. rheumatic
aas sand all bladder and kidney trou- theo an pp.- lp
bi We sell them. Sold by Tallabas- ive P te'1
ae DrugsCo. _n_ I o are eocriaL
Now ?est3ra.t I 1" .w Uin LAW Wires rn into
atv just opened a new and first S th-11hmLh sI" Sd1in
om Resturant up over Constantine Si
perm'o sr, No. 1b2 South Moaroe i e at for free,
10 1 invite the public, d N and lp write "frf
Sto call and see me. Every-
ld iUbe kent the bat Mand rates Affi audI ad T ,dwm -


filled any time and
i-v to your home or place of bsti-
ae. Caomoe m me at my reterant.
J. CoTAM.


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Panacea Springs Hotel


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENr.


J. 1. LANOSTON, Lessee and M'gr.


Mrs. Morgan is again in charge of Hotel and Tables.


Springs and House generally overhauled and
new concrete Spring Bathing Pool 30X30 feet
completed. Splendid bathing, good fishing and
plenty of Motor Boats. Motor power will carry
the tram cars to Panpcea from Sopchoppy, in ad-
dition to comfortable teams.
For quiet, rest and recreation, Panacea is the
best on the Gulf Coast.


Write for terms at once.


don'tt Holler


If You're Hit.


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


;ET BUSY
4


LOOK HAPPY


DON'T KICK


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


Water and
Plant.


Light


PHONE 80.


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PHILLIPS.


1r--t
On Bm Wat, ne lot4. feed
oom and o. -tw tallw t inae,
oad bugy mudheeurooem, twocMks
from Mour ee Apply at this
sic. '1

For the &eat xywe win ae*
a lbemral loetesrders
9t Wi paysyes Is
s-tf C hL BM.
lAe" a t
TUi would eUbww "w it ms
and women we eep dhlvuI
free from r 'a a"

druggI4S
A" igown #A^
WON&;~m& ^ ^ .


'For Sale I


A few small farms, improved
and unimproved, in good locali-
ties. Apply to


J. R. MILLER,


Lloyd, Florida.
14-tf

Dr. E. IH. ARMSTRONG,
.Eye Specialists.
Home Offce upstairs in West Build-
Ins, Corner Bay and Laura Streets,
Jacuonvlle, Fla.


Dr. Armstrong who has aecilised on
the eyes and its reflex troubles for 16
year ill make regular professloal
visits to Tallahaue the first Monday
of each month, offering those who
may wish high class professional service
an opportunity to obtain same, nervous.
new. headache, cross 0) es and chronic
troubles overcome without drugs, knife
or operation. Ofte at Bloxham Hotel.
One day only. Next visit SepL, 7th.


T. B. BYRD & CO.
TaAimwe, FloryW
Always Ht allte riat




af le food te G hild Co
S e. Wt's Ore md
Delicacdes.

A Weakling
Is the only way to deseribe the poor
d thatIs affected wth worms No
matter bow muh or how often ItH awA,
the worms get al the o Met
from the food. the child getsprsetiea
ly *e. WIte's OresafW f
psi. rid of the woms deoly, gally
-a with o bed after ests Pftee,
U seats a bote. t Id by Niri
amthd Co.. drults. A
Nsa. 5.'3.iuapbrles wil se *mbi
hep e atbe-a, Wt eA.


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M. GOODMAN,

Merchant Tailor.


Clms Panama Hate


and


Mak Them New.


Also Cleans and Pots i


Flrst-dm shaPG AD


Kinds of Hats.


Cleaning, Repairing and

Pressing Clothes a Specialty.



J. Ho HORTQI
104 MASONIC B

Tinning, Plumb


All work


in the line of


Roofing, Guttering, Spout.
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons,. .


Plumnbin a Specialy.


Phone 41 or see


0. H. AVERITT


for all kinds of


Hauling,


Plowing,

Dirt Work

. of any kind,


ALSO


Good Teams for Plewure
Rides.


MP& Ho Popov
Peatepw..


W A f~twal


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Holm


Drug


las a Complete Stock of

)isinfectant,

It can be bought in
all quantities or in the


bu&o.


HOLMES DRUG CO.,


Tallhsms, Fla.


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DAYS


Remind us that we should call our customers and friends
attention to the fact that our stock of White Lawns, Printed
Lawns, and other Dress Fabrics of a summery nature, are run-
ning awfully low, and in order to move this class of Dress Goods
completely out of our store, if possible, before Fall,


GOING


TO


OFFER


Everyone of our friends and customers an opportunity of sup-
plying their wants in the above lines of goods, commencing
NEXT MONDAY, and continuing during the remainder of August
at, and even BELOW COST.

It Has Always Been Our Policy

To clear out at the end of each season, all the odds and ends
left over, and that's what we are doing,

It's Needless for us to Specialize

On goods and prices, there being only remnants and broken bolts
now on hand. Our Loss is Your Gain.

Avail Yourselves of this Opportunity.


DUVAL


BROTHERS.


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etioe of Application for Tax Deed
Given in Accordance with Sections
674 and 575 of the General Statutes of
the State of Florida.
SO WC 18 HRI BBT GIVEN THAT GEORGE
b urm r asr. ar d Tax Cortfleate Nun-
bh-M ooIt lAusat th.1906.has fild laid ear-
teae In my oeW and made application for tax
a ed to a aeorda with law. mad or.
tMiof embrace the following daAeribod prop-
Srty. situate n Leon county State of norkia. to-
wit: Lot numbered fifteen [(16] in the southwest
rof sMUtoa thirty-onea [L] in township one
ilnorth of range one (1) east. of St. Augustine
21h lots. J. C. leyrs survey of lands of G.
A. Chain asper plat recorded In Deed Bok P.
S page containing 1 007-1000 acres more or tem.
e The said land being assessed, at tbe date of the
u-asmne of said certificate. in the name of Un-
7 nwan. Unless mid erUtifncate shall be redeemed
aseeording to law, tax deed will Issue thereaon on
the 1th day of September., A. D. 1.
Wita"as my official signature and aal this the
I &thwda of August. 190L
S- I AL HENRY T. FELKL.
*-M Clerk Circuit Court, Leon county, Pla.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Given in Accordance with Sections
574 and 675 of the General Statute. of
the State of Florida.
N&OTICX IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LEVY
Sr thersm purthaser of Tax Cartificate Num-
bredl 8. dated August th. 1906, has filed maid cer-
tfeiate in my ofce and made application for tax
dead to issue In accordance with law. id eartS.-
eate embraces the following described property
*mat in Laon couty, State of orida and
Sof Tallahasse. to-wit: T. C. Lot Nm

m tb0 thd. P. il
t u kAa inDAt *Io".
awnnm m efliadl xwet d"r l.


Notice of App ltion for Tax Deed
S Given ain same with Section
574 and 675 of the General Statates of
the State ot Florida.
SOMUCI U 3383T GIVEN THAT s. D.


BEES LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUGS LAW
An Improvement over many Cough. Lung and Bronchial Remedies. because It rids tha
system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowels. No opiates. Guaranteed to ve
satishetion or money retunded. Prepared by PINEULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO, U. 9. A.
-q


Wfll crew an, casae of K~idnev or Bladder Disease not


Beyond the reach of n
thereon. on the 18th day of September. A. D. 1908.
Witness my official signature and seal this the
14th day of August. 1908.
(uAL) HENRY T. FELKEL
26-t Clerk Circuit Court. Lean County. Fla.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
given in Accordance with Sections 574
and 576, of the General Statutes of
the State of Florida.
NOTICE IS H EBY GIVEN THAT E. C.
LSmith purchaser of Tax Certificate number
10. dated 4Aust th. 10S, hMas filed said certificate
tin my ofln ad made flBationforstax deed to
Ismse Ia.serdee= with law. said wertifcate
eaob m thefellawrl td sibea Porty. situ-
ate In LaM westy, Btate of Vlorida to-wit: The
arthwt qamrtr of the Southeast quarter. BMW
the nortbast quarter of the southwest quarter of
ieaties M. la towinhlp two north of
rNe tWfM a least.icontaaag am meror



Giet da in o Augne. ta1wo
Isa erk TM ireltdusrt ei d at to date of


574 and 675 of the General Statut M of
the Sa te of Florida.p
N" J.) G NY T. AT THE
Notice of Applation for Tax Deed
Given in de with seed"
574 and 675 of the General Statutes of

the te of Florida.a..
C= 5Mn O. T'at Taxh
Gwi- $!p *t-adm
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Cures Backachl
Corrects
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Do not risk having
Bright's Disease


medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes

Certificate Numbered 2A. dated the .th day of Notice of Application for Tax Deed
August. 1906, has filed raid certificate in my office Given in Accordance with Sections
and made application for tax deed to issue in ac-
cordance with law. said certificate embraces the 674 and 675 of the General Statutes
following described property. situate in Leon of the State of Florida.
county. State of Florida. to-wit: The southoant OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
quarr of the northwest quarter of section J. P. Williams Land Co.. purchaser of Tax
twenty-four. 24. in township one. 1. smooth of range Certificate Inumber 44. dated the 6th day of Au-
two 2., eat, containing 40 cre, more or less. rust, A. D. 1906. has filed said certificate in my
The land being assessed at the date of the isu office and made application for tax deed to issue
anee of 4ad certificate in the name at W. B. Tay- in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces
Ior. Unless said certificate shall breademed a. the following deeribed property, situate in Leon
cording to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the county. State of IFlorida, tr-wit: The west half
1sth day of September. A. D. 1906. of the southwest quarter of section nine. 9. In
Witaess my oMficial signature ad seal this the township two. mouth of ranre one. 1. weat, eon-
14th da y of August, 16. 10L -- tainingO 80 acresM mre or less. The mid land be.
8"Ar. HIENRY T. F-LKL, ing messed at the date of the issuance of said
2&k Cark Circuit Court. LAIo runtty. fl certificate in the name of William McCabe" tate.
Notice of A tion for Tax De Unlessm aid ertiflealT shall be rdeemed accord-
Notice of A ppncatlon zor Ta .ee in, to law. tax deed wlltmame thrson on the Kth
Given in Accerdance with Sections dato September. De.. aD.9.
674 and 675 of the General Statutes of its my officalna ture and meal this the
the State of Florida. (SIaL) MRY T. FELKEL
NTOTIC 18 HGBREBY GIVE TRAT THE 1Mt Clerk Chircit Court. Leon Comuty, Mla.
J. P. Wnlamos Land o., P sr of Tax
Certfleate Numbered a2 dates 0t1 day Aof Notice of Application for Tax Deed
gut. A. D. 1 has l1*4 said ertimeate to my Given in Accordance with Sections
m ~ l e aUon for tax M dto Ims 574 and 5756 of the General Statutes
the folowlng deeribed propWty. dtaateIn LIIeA of the State of Florida.
county. aatef erida. to-wit: The .suthwest NOTICE 1 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
uar d t east quarter J. P. Willisam. Land Ca. Prchaser of Tax
tam. b.Insp two. 2. sot &of mange two. Certilste nusmbered a, the Sth da of
e MAwt40dacnwmr ore. wles. AheA. D. 198, has Aid m1aid ean rtite
The aad accesa#, atsd date of the la nuMW And.mapde d tout eaftou
smmuaef a fiate. the a of W. L. Issue In a eerdanee with law. lald certifeste
Tayor. Ua= aid reelSSo be r e embraces te f wl rar j ert. sit
dmeDIas t law, ta dead U there- ate in Leon county. Stateao d i ,-Mt The
onas ea the tM daofaspeteber. 6--a. -northwest q&artero h *ertheneenqtero ee-
me y al naturea2 thi tia fourteen 14, .a towh twa, s. om .
14th daymaot. m aS r.a tw. we. Ira talae 0 matre
(I a&.) HENRY T. FLEL. or ea.e.Th da kdbi s .semed at
8046 laerk Circuit Court. Leaesmaty.Ma the date of tbe iamuse w f -- ertieste
la the name of Willim Cabe estat
Notice of Application for' Tax Ddeed a a.m .a_ le td"emd I 1n 1M-
Give in Accordance with Sections dof Se.mi er. A. D.Ta
674 and 675 of the General Statutesof ~ mes ..f AuMgsgassAtM Mai thea
the Statse of FloridaI H. as&r1 T. 1LK0L.
or mB VN TrAT TH 216 Clark Crtt Caurt. LaomeesCaty. rta.
&AW 4wetdAm- Notie ~of ApAtion fir T"

er--a ......an. .....a S. .a.u. o .or la "
n-,-1a, hi wh 3M. Sh is. a Cr U.I..I. whehm m a
y.^...is. ***4. 3 s Siin my
a -AMMI %- L.. W dsoft "m MlAj.0i5o


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W. Jone. Unless said certifleate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed will iisue there-
on on the 23rd day of September. A. D. 10PW
Witness my official signature and sal this the
21st day of August, 1908,
SKAL. HENRY T. FELKEL.
M2-6t Clerk Circuit Court. Leon county. Fla.
One application of Man Zan Pile
Remedy, for all forms of piles relieves
pain, oothes, reduces iflammntlon,
soreness and Itching. Price 60c. Guar-
anteed to give satisfaction. Cobb's
Drug Store. (3 to Aug.)


Dear friend: July 17, 1908.
Dear friend:
We have nice cakes for break-
fast every morning every since
we found some nice syrup to
put on them. We must use a
gallon every two weeks.
But it is not expensive, for we
can get a full quart of maple
syrup for 50 cents, and its the
best too.
Your friend, JACOB
P. We have got out' of the
habit of going to any other place
for our groceries but
RANDOLPH & FENN.
V. J. RANDOLPH,
CIVIL ENGINEER.
County Surveyor.


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TIR TDDU E OCRAT. eH T. T. L i em1 s .. Lems
T1 tI DEOlIA V `lAugust 19. a Wa ..
l a. coLLIa PbI r Appeals to Flhl Be the Iree o ea mmt.s
Appeals o Fler'ik eawecrwats l ue1 and expreeed the wish for
1WDuBIED KVERY iIiDAY MOMkNING F(mi. S altilue our worrep. eaiod e, we
'--- To the Democrats of Florida: W 1 or reasons ae s- ral We
EE t SOUTHERNThe prospects for Democratic sucees .VV e away from home part of the
KUEP SOUTHE in the Presidential election are bright 2 we have sickna ssnaour mOdW
MEN AT HOME. this year providing the campaign comr- -the t exc icating -ot a the
mittee can secure sufficient money with .tW. But we .ar lad again to
-- which to conduct the fight. Funds are tan opll p where their frieda e and
needed to defray the expenses of speak- what thw are doing, for therein is the
For In Them Lie.s Or Prosperity. era, to prepare and circulate literature ea1 afforded in reading our items.
From Manufacturers Record.] and to roperl present the Democratic t privleed to v
IfrsomeManufactroerdstReaordoiriesnand arguments to the public at therefore some an omitted.
If some one in a crowded theatre aWae The weather doesn't seem too warm
keeps on yelling fire, even though there r" Bryan, the nominee and Chair. f0 Cpid to do his work. Thereare two
be no fire, he will soon stampede the man Mack., of the National Committee, brides ht in the village,- other a
audience and create a panic, in which have both issued appeals for popular short ditane out, and alothes one of
many may be injured and some tram- contributions to the campaign fund. In oar irl to plight her troth eO the 26th.
pled to death. For a year or two a lot some sections of the country these a- For s reason our Lge ranks are
of politicians yelled fire so often that peals are being heeded and the people be*m vaded and robbed of some of
the whole country became panic-strick- are contributing in a very satisfactory our et members, but in this we are
en and made a wild rush under the delu- manner. We should do as well or better, forced to believe the young men act
sion that the prosperity of the land was in Florida, wisely. We would not object to this if
in danger of being destroyed by the Florida is a Democratic State. We our girls did not have to leave us,' but
money kings and the railroads. Many do not have to make the fiht here that otherwise we do and we think of having
of these politicians thought, or rather is necessary in the doubtful States, Lut a higher premium placed upon them.
they labored under the delusion of think- wt are as much or more interested in Mrs. J. H. Patterson, children and
ing they thought, that the railroads, securing a Democratic administration nurse have returned from a visit to
which by no possibility could prosper as they are. For that reason we should Jacksonville and Pablo
unless the country through which they raise money for use in those States Mrs. S. A. Cox, who moved from
ran was prosperous, were in a gigantic where it is needed because there is Chaires to Macon, Ga., is visiting her
conspiracy to destroy prosperity. It where the fight will have to be made brother, Mr. Herbert Smith in the Cap-
might well be said of such a suggestion and the issue decided, and because there ital City. She spent a day and night re-
as put forth by many politicians that it is where a proper and legitimate cam- cently at Mr. E. C. Smith's.
was "the airiest bubble that ever found paign fund is absolutely necessary if Mrs. Gladys Chairs left Monday
lodgment in an empty head." but it the party is to win this year. morning for Mosely Hall, to visit her
was proclaimed from the housetop with For these reasons I urge the Demo- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, for
such an air of sincerity and of devotion crats of Florida to contribute as liberal- several days.
to the interests of "the people," that it iy as their means will permit. More Kev. and Mrs. Mickler returned on
may well be believed that the ruler of than 50,000 votes were cast in our re- the 11th from a visit to Callahan, where
the lower world felt that he could take cent primary. An average of $1 each Mr. Mickler's brother lives. Mrs. M.
lessons from such experts in the art of would make a very respectable showing having joined her husband there after a
deception. Not all who denounce corpo- for this State and there are few voters delightful visit to her old home in De-
rations could be so classed. Some of who cannot aford to contribute at least Land. She is visiting her relatives in
them were as honest and sincere as any a dollar, while others can give more. Tallahassee this week, while her hus-
man could be. But sincerity is no proof As one means of getting out a good band is conducting a series of meetings
of knowledge. The captain of a great vote in this State in the November elec- at Union church above Miceosukle.
ship may be perfectly sincere in his be- tion and of raising money to be used by Mrs. Harley Boyd entertained her
liefthat he is guiding her course to a the National Campaign Committee now, brother, Mr. Rolfe, a traveling man,
harbor of safety, but if his compass is I urge the immediate organisation ofI last week at her home at Mays. Also
wrong he may be driving headlong to B an and Kern clubs in every county her sister, Mrs. Ollie Mickler, of Live
the rOCKs a.d breakers and to destruc- in Florida. I also urge the newspapers Oak.
tion, and yet be doing it all with entire to assist in the work of awakening pub- Mr. Laurie Croncher and Miss Willie
sincerity in the correction of his course. lic sentiment to the necessity of raising Johnson and Miss Travis, of Cocoa,
Everybody knows that the good old ship this money and I would suggest that spent the day recently with Misses Al-
Prosperity, which a year ago was under every paper in Florida offer to receive leen and Helen Jbhnson.
full sail with every canvas stretched, contributions forth Nationalmpaign. Mrs. W Johnson entertained Miss
has struck the breakers and is in great This money can be sent to me and w11 Agness Apthorp, of Tallahassee, several
danger. Everybody knows that a year immediately turn it over to the Nation- days last week.
ago the lookout was steadily crying, al Campaign Committee, or it can be Miss Julia Footman returned last
"All's well," but that many people who sent direct to Governor C. N. Haskell, Saturday from a visit to Quincy and
have passed through storms in former Treasurer National Committee, Guthrie, will visit her father a month before re-
years, who had studied the tides and Oklahoma. turning to Monticello. Her cousin, Miss
the winds and the compass of economic Believing that the Democrats of Flor- Travis, is expected to visit Miss Julia
laws, warned the captain, the crew and ida, when fully awakened to the neces- this week, and her cousin, a young man,
the passengers that they were rushing sity of the situation, will respond liber- arrived yesterday en route to his home
to ruin instead of tosafety. The officers ally to the call which Mr. Bryan and in North Carolina from a visit to Loui-
denounced those who uttered the warn- the Campaign Committee have made; I siana.
ings and declared "All's well." They am, Yours for Demoratic success Mrs. N. M. Isler and Miss Georgia
told the passengers, "We know all T. A. JENNINGS Felkel, of Centerville, spent a day and
about guiding this good ship; we are National Committeeman. night last week with Mrs. Mary Snipes.
going to land you in a harbor where Pensacola, Fla, Aug. 15, 1908. Mrs. Bradford Chaires entertained the
you will have such prosperity as you young folks last Friday evening. The
never knew; pay no attention to the Just a little Cascasweet is all that is night was warm but plenty of cream
warnings of those who point to wrecks necessary to give your baby when it and ice water rendered the heat less op-
of the past as a reason for changing is cross and peevish. Casc.sweet con. pressive.
our course; better than any one else in tains no opiates nor harmful drugs, Mrs. C. J. English, of Tallahassee,
And sothe world we know howy guid to benefit you. and is highly recommended by moth- spent a couple days with her daugh-
And so on they guided the ship, but ever where ter, Mrs. W1. Hightower.
they failed to reach the port of Pros- everywhere. Conforms to the Na Mr. J. H. Patterson has ginned say-
perity In fact, they guided the ship tonal Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold eral bales of cotton, ginning two quite
straight from prosperity to ruin. Every- by all druggists. early for tenants. He is buying cotton
body knows what a dismal failure they at 10 cents.
scored, and everybody now knows that Rev. Mr. Bohannan, of Lloyds,
the stranding of the old ship was just preached a fine sermon in the Baptist
what those who persistently sounded church Sunday from the words, "If a
the warning cry had said would happen. man die shall he live again?" Although
Will the South continue to follow suffering with the inflrmaties of age,
those who have proved false leaders? Mr. Bohannon is still strong expositor
Will it still have faith in those who have of the scriptures and he must have
led it from abounding prosperity to pres- been a power in his young days. There
ent conditions, or will it follow those of is nothing dogmatic in his teachings,
its own people who warned it a thou- and his liberal views gains him confl-
sand times of the certain ruin that dence with the people of other churches.
would follow its adherence to teachers a A f The large number who have initiated
of false doctrine? In the days of old r- f themselves with the Woodman's club
there were false prophets who led the "-\--_ here, speaks well for the physical con-
chosen people of God astray, and their -- : edition of our community. Physicians
description are Legion. may say lt is "distressingly healthy
Of what avails our magnificent resour- here now.
ses unless they be utilized? We cannot ,,^^ r^^*oCured.
utilize them except to a limited extent Diarrhoea Cure
unless we draw to the South hundreds My father has for years been trou-
of millions of dollars for investment in bled with diarrheoas, and tried every
the building of railroads, theopening of FOR [mR BOYS means possible to effect a cure, wth-
minesof and the establishment of facto- Old out avail," writes John H. Zirkle of
3ries of all kinds. to S Years Ol Philippi, '. Va. "He saw Chamber-
The greatest loss to the South by the lain's Colic. Colera and Diarrhoea
Civil War was not the fearful destrue- A dainty, inexpensive suit Remedy advertised In the Philippi Re-
tion ot property aggregating billions of f r wear all year round, that publican, and decided to try it. The
dollars; nor even the los by death and oularit rsult is one bottle cred m and he
permanent invalidism of several hun. has won instant popularity result Is one botte cured him and he
ered thousand of its best men. Even with parents and youngsters eighteen months. Before taking this
from the economic standpoint the latter remedy he was a constant sufferer. He
was greater than the former, but the vm- made e i now sound and well, and although
two combined were not as great n the y old, o l db Tas much work
tcs suffered by the South through the to t a a young man." Bold by Tallahaee
uractieallv enforced emigration, due to kbu w ~- my, ma-m a- v-..._ -


a lack of employment and of opportuni- e l SMess_ W. -u .
ty, from 16 to 1900 of 2,500,00 South- rmethe=o f sea-Must HaveT It rDie.
era-born whites. Economical authori- I A man wh"os
ties estimate the wealth value of a man If you love your youngster Chag Ill. a mant
to a county all the way from $1,000 ton make him happy, handsome theChcgoa es foa loam dof
$10,000. Suppose we put it at only$2,- th one of to be d ak In weeky lmalments
ON, and thus emigration meant on this and man y of five dollars. The loan s th ly
basis an actual loss to this section of these attractive garments at can save from s e
ever $5,000 000,000, or six times as much the ad tisen atn se A Infromv t
as the total national banking capital of Oty $2 r ti shows him e the fathnrof eight
the United States. These people went Wehilidomwn He is amtob etdo ao toe k
out from the South because they could A-fi. h
idno d opportunities for e- 1TBUUNYCO. I AUls b
*loyment here. They have been leaders i St.. "s ,- M s san dys e.m o
I a development, in railroad manage- Ia ine& hv Sad ler u emno= tell of thd
t. in nane, in manufactu anHere is a change for som one with
Stride in every part of our country. Penty.ofA o e dof $t of It
A few years ago there came a c.hange. IW a orhedies
aeremse industrial and railroad activity Sad mbete tion, h r be. t Ube doe
rted new avenues of employment. not g-t it, he proper to raM ydet6to
Southern boy was no longer forced was during t time wha it was gv" n t. -
to sk employment in other sections; up 2,500, of its beat people to erc Preers Art hr L.W.
the warmer the day laborer and othe r amet? If not, them it mat Bebbol and J. C.
oade all found ample at "rht fa;" it must turn its embers of the fb o tie
bom. Even more, the of ame t; it niut give to Timal, Col
ew was turned back on itself d eapit q nas ma da end .M
igstion of strong, virile buIsness men ting ma n 1 me t ses rmses; it Dr. W. L 3 a t
we started South. S must e wa d kww*tht M vwe dMtors to
Does tM South want to go teek to where d ieaearth amtk ada after MaWar W he 11116bad
r a butome and seek employment w se h Iperity as wI ae l te
sWhrdoes it want once ma0 to that of r Mto a e ty s .-A |
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sweet heart, entitled "There s
in the World Like Love," b,
madden, author of "Blue Bells
other popular bits. This song will
,given, words and music com plte,
WIth next Sunday's New York World.
Order from newsdealer.
Safee TaTeltf lneyed is Nap.
A little girl, of Tallahassee, describ-
ing the dress worn by some one to an
ent4e inmet. said "-had on the
rngdies'dress !-but not SO ragidyr"
So it was with the enterprsin
youth who broke into J. W. Colins
grocery store Moeday night. He was
smart, but not 80 smart. At any rate
he was not smart enough to get away
with the goods he had taken such pains
to steal.
The boy entered the store through
the transom over the Park Avenue en-
trance, secured $1.60 in cash and a lot
of eatables and then proceeded to
make himself comfortable on the roof
until morning. But a "coon" sleeps
soundly-having no conscience to
trouble him-and the policeman on that
beat made his morning round before it
was quite time for the rising bell to
ring, and inconsiderately awakened
him and marched him off to more se-
cluded quarters.


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A large shipment and a nice lot to choose

from and the most important part about


them-they're not high.


We have them


cheaper than you've bought them before.


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City Announcemen ts. Ilistratles NticeI
S The Registration Books will be kept
open at the court house in Tallahassee,
T ual~ otisu.00 nn advance for Announce- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of
FOnt under thi had. each week through the months of Au-
FOR TAX COLLECTOR*. gust, September and until the second
The present City Tax Collector having pub- Saturday in October, 1908.
listed the fact that he would not again enter the S. P. CHAIRES,
contest for City Tax Collector I tak thisoccaionSupervisor of Registratio for Leon
to announce to my friends and the citizens of Ta- Supervisor of Registration, for Leon
lahasses that I will be a candidate for the office of county, Fla. 24-tf
^:-. --- -1-1- th- rv npmnratic


City Tax Uollector before the ,City emi-..-.
Clart-Nay Wedding. Primary, and do solicit the support of all white
age occurred in Quincy last Democratic citizens of Tallahassee. promising to New Resturrat.
A marriage occurred in Quincy last give my very bestattention to the business of the
night which was of great interest t) ofce if Iamn nominated and elected. Having just opened a new and first
Tallahasseans-that of Mr. Asa Clark very respectfullyT H. MICKER. class Resturant up over Constantine
and Miss Marcia May. Miss May, one Algero's store, No. 152 South Monroe
of Quincy's belles, from frequent visits NOTICE. street, I invite the public, ladies and
here is well known, and extremely pop- gentlemen to call and see me. Every-
ul, ith the young people of the api- Amendment of Charter.-Increase of thing will be kept the best and rates
tal while Mr. Clark is a general Cpt reasonable. Orders filled any time and
fa6rlte in his home town. Capital Stoc. delivered to your home or place of busi-
This young man received his educa- OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A ness. Come see me at my restaurant.
4jon at the lorida State College, and meeting of the stockholders of the Tallahas.. 26 COSTAN.
his graduation hu filled te im- see Tobacco Company. a corporation under the Mi. OST.
S his graduation has ie e laws of the State of Florida. will be held at the
pBortant position of high school prilici- office of the Company in the City of Taliahasee. Wood's Liver medicine is for the re-
pie in several places. He is, at pres- Florida. on the 21st day of September, 1906 for lief of Malaria, Chills and Fever and all
out, located at Quincy and has proved the purpose of incrain the capital stock of the laments resulting from deranged con-
said company from 0.000.00 to $100.000.00., and ailments resulting from deranged con-
so acceptable to the patrons of the amending Article Three of the Charter of said edition of the liver, kidneys and blad-
high school there that the school board company to provide for such increase of stock. der. Wood's Iver Medicine is a tonic
hs. This Auust 21st,1906.
largely increased his salary as an in- Auust H. L BETHEL. Secretary. to the liver and bowels, relieves sick-
duceement for him to remain another .----- -.headache, constipation, stomach, kid-
year. Governor N. B. Broward is spending ney and liver disorders and acts as a
Full particulars of the wedding will the week in the Capitol. gentle laxative. It is the ideal remedy
be given in our next issue. Baby Morphine Fiends for fatigue and weakness. Its tonic
i effects on the system felt with
Its Amusiag. Bay It. are made by all soothing syrups and the first dose. The $1.00 size contains


S. A. Fackler received a shipment
of his books this week from his pub-
SUsher, and many of our citizens are
.. ow engaged in reading "The Ups and
Downs of a Country Editor." The au-
thor is delighted over the many orders
S he received n Jasper for his book, and
ays that a more intelligent, better
ele. of people are not to be found in
Florida, nor in any other State, than
rve right here.
He ft this morning for Georgia, and
ll, be gone for several days, and a
the meantime, if there are any others
la town who have not cured a eopy of
I* t book, and would like tohave cMe,
m s secure same by calling on Mr. John
fligh-Jasper Banner of Liberty.
SBev. eMll's Sea Dee.,
S Tallahassean who remember Rev.
Mr. Ceol, so lovingly, as havi con-
dienst revival services here est or
will regret to read the folkewig M
ai Taa Tims. of the 14th:
C?. cCecil, the MethostW ea-
Sof Parrish, was in the dty -
^. He eame here with the la t
to Dumon to Inqaire Into
deatA of hie son, Chrey
bt w deterred from so doing wbe
heo ft that another of his m thad
S tonmake arrangelmma for
S t h Obd of then to
r emaiw were Interred there this

=wth a ft, wmwas a
to a does of medaeLne.
Smh0 0oam one went to
i toarease ia foidM him




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baby medicines that contain opium
and narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir
contains no Injurrious or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and safe
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
and fretfulness-splendid for teething
infants. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co.,
druggists. *
Fresh garden seed at Holmes' Drug
Co.'s store. 23


nearly 2 1-2 times the quantity of the
50c. size. In liquid form. Pleasant to
take. Cobb's Drug Store (I to Aug).
Rubber Stamps are time savers, we
make them.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
FOR BACKACHE


Eat What


You want of the food you need

Kodol wiUl dget it


You need a suflemt amount of
good wholesome food and more than
this you need to fully diget It.
tse you can't gain strength, nor
can you strengthen your sto a h If
it lweal
You must eat nl ordertollveand
mablan strngth.
You mut not dk begets the
body mqumes that you eat a mao.
bat amount of food agy early.
But this foA4 utobe dieted
ad It must be dgestd thogly.
Whoa tew ltcAh eant do It,
youno mustw on mo t gttQt wil
help thMe tomma
The par wmy to do b to eat
what yo wast, asd l o l d l
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Our Guarantee
Go to your druggist today, and
purchase a dollar bottle, and If you
can honestly my, that you did not
receive any benefits from It, after
using the entire bottle, the drug-
gist will refund your money to you
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the price
of the bottle purchased by you.
This offer applies to the large
bottle only and to but one In a
family.
We could not afford to make such
an offer, unlee we positively knew
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt us.,
Ti doar bottle conta m e tot
as much as the Ifty ent ttie.


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Telephone No. 39.


MONEYS WORTH With EVERY
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For HEATING


For COOKING


For POWER


S- = Does not specialize on any one feature, but features
"I.. ,5 all, a comprehensive course which develops the high type
S of moral, mental and physical man which the new South needs.
Limi ted to 80 students, n charge of 8 teachers from America's
Leading colleges. Instruction individual. Largest prep gym.
jy n. asium in the South, daily attendance of pupils rere ed,
under special director who devotes his entire time to their
physical welfare. All athletic exercises encouraged, under
competent direction of faculty. Special department for a few
S younger boys. Thorough business course can be taken in
k "eonneeton with other work in English Public Speaking,

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0foridas HIigher [Educational Institutions.


UNIVERSITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
Galnesville, Fla.


A high-grade Institution for young
men, offering Literary, Scloleasse En-
gineering, Agricultural and Pedagogi-
cal Courses.
Strong Faculty; well-equipped Lab-
oratories; thorough instruction, both
theoretical and practical; careful so
pervlslon and dislcpline; high moral
tone.
No tuition charges to PFlorida we-
dents. Other expenses very low.


For
dress


catalogue and Information, ad-


ANDREW Ea
PreoidBt


THE STATE COIl WAR
FOR WOMEN
(Florida Female College)
Tallahasse, PFla.
A College for Women without a par-
allel in the South, embracing a College
of Liberal Arts, a Normal School, a
School of Industrial Arts, a School of
Fine Arts, offering instruction in draw-
lag, painting, piano, pipe-organ, violin,
voice culture, elocution, and phytel
culture.
Forty Florida counties and seve-
States represented Ia the earollmsat
last seesim
Fine new dormitory, with ronm tr
one hundred and sixty gif. jut aomb
pleted. Plans for other eteuslve tm-
provements are already mada
For further information or estalogu
write to A. A. kUxMP?
Pre1 i


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bMe s'&Na1t161Linh News. OnthalekkIMtare Mrs. L. J. 6i'
A_ gt &8.-Mrs J. C. Trice and G. ey, Mrs. -. Striekletd and MrsA.
T.'Brown, Jr., visited their sister, Mrs. K.Sessions.
C. B. Dickey, near Bradfordville, last From Hinson, visiting in the negb,
week. borhood, last week was Master HOyt
The Quarterly Conference of the Met- Woodberry, who aecompanlej Mr. V.
calfe Circuit, Methodist, met at Beth- P. Strickland's so. T. P., Jr., sad H.
"age, Grady county, Ga., on last Satur- B,. back to their home. They report
day, the 15th inst. Rev. H. J. Graves, that Miss Mamie Does is better, be. g
the pastor of said Circuit. and Dr. A. free of fever on last Friday night.
M. Williams Presiding Elder of the :Itpains us to ay that Mr. Jaume
Thomasville district, were present, and McEvey. a son of 7Ir. Albert McElvey,
Dr. Williams presided over the Confer- i sin danger of losing one of his l
ence. Metcalfe church was represented which was very badly braised a few
by E. D. Stringer, Robert Stringer, B. days 8 o. It was ths sad misafortune
F. Smith, G. F. Hicks and Dr. Wat- which forced his father one day last
kins. Pleasant Hill, by W. A. J. week to go over to Bainbridge, where
Walker and J. B. Logan. From Met- .Mr. Jonn McElvey is engaged in the to.
calfe came as visitors Mrs. Sidney How- bacco business. His many friends do
ard and Mrs. Ella Felkel. Mrs. Felkel earnestly hope that it will not be nee-
taught school in the Bethpage Academy essary to amputate the limb, and that
when she was Miss Elia Quailes, some he will soon recover.
three or four years ago. Mr. William Hancock was rking
Dr. Williams preached on Saturday around in the vicinity last week and-
a. m. and Sunday a. m., as it was a stayed over night with his kinsman,
two days meeting. The sermons were Mr. Henry Hancock. We presume Mr.
as usual very edifying. The Ur. went W. Hancock was sharpening gins for
to Metealfe and preached on Sunday the glnners.
night. The finances of the Circuit were Fdderpullin ii over with and hay
almost full. The spiritual condition of cutting with cotton picking is attracting
the church gave cause of profound re- the farmer's attention. Some wil
joicing. Thirty-two having united with have to hoe out and plow corn and po-
the church during the third quarter. tatoes again.
The number in attendance on the ser- Dr. A. M. Williams dined with the
vices was not as large as usual, but on family of your correspondent at Dog-
the whole encouraging, if not satisfy- wood last Sunday, as he, Dr. W., was
ing. Sickness kept some away. The returning to Metealfe.
weather favored us, and it did not rain Mr. T. P. Strickland, Jr., and Hoyt
at Bethpage. Q. C., as it usually does. Woodberry visited us at Dogwood last
It is hardly worth while to say we had a Sunday afternoon. Also on the same
sumptuous dinner and everybody en- p. m. Mrs. Clarence Copeland, with
joyed the eating of the same. stepdaughter, Anabel and daughter,
We are glad to say Dr. Anders is up Mary Beass, and the baby, visited us at
and about again. Dogwood.


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JESSE FREtCH PIANOI8
Amnrica's takingg MaWfacturrs and Dtalkts


oe Distriors of the World's Grtt
lusclal nstrdment t e


STEINWAY


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Created to express the very sole of music, te master-
.pce tt ddfys Imitaiuon.


I ftadcurers of the renowned


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the proton of compete harmony
and drabfi.


TIhe RICHMOND and the CHASE PIANOS


All of the highest standard.


The Product of Genenrtions of Piano Progress.


Write for catalogue.


JESSE FRENCH PIANO CO., :ONTM
P G. FORBES, Manager.


I Invite I URGE a Critical Examination

of my Line of Buggies.

S~ Ir AM WILLING to abide by the de-
Sour cision of the buggy-wise. I do not claim

to carry ALL the good Buggies in stock,

i n 1 tion but all I do carry are good.
SnSpection THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE in
= Buggies, that is why I ask a critical#
examination of my stock. It will be
found that they are particularly strong
where others sometimes fall down.


J. D, CA Y,

Tallahassee, Fla.


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