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Good Government; Honesty in
0 GOOD 3ULLCTIONS
BY "OLD TIMER."
I eeIfts Irom Individual and Cen.
.* It ito interesting to reflect upon the
of usual occurance, that, so sys-
tematieally attend improvement and
growth of ordinary human sentiment.
While true, that exceptional advan-
tages of location and environment, fre.
quently determine rapid development of
populace and enterprise. Such condi-
tions much oftener result from individ.
ual and concerted action of people al-
ready there in presenting to, and keep-
ing before the public, an accurate and
trust-worthy account of actual condi-
tions existing there. Indeed, other
than such phenomenal advantages of lo-
cation, as of themselves attract invest-
S ment in commercial and manufacturing
industries, the only causes of growth
and improvement that usually attend
the betterment and upbuilding of com-
munities, is by means of inlividal ef-
fort of their citizens.
People/nor purposes, naturally grav-
itate towards obscure places Both
have to be formed and fetched by one
inducement or another, presented by
those tamilliar with the situation. Only
by some such methods human forces
Desirability of congregation, is, ordi-
narily, only for purpose of social advan-
tage, in acquirement of conveniences
and comforts, best attained by combin-
Human occupancy is a great destroy-
er of natural purities, and almost una-
voidably defiles the surroundings, and
unquestionably to be regulated within
Municipal features of such abiding
has come in the course of modern dis-
covery and improvement, to be often
less sought after than formerly.
Rural settlement, with freer space,
fresher airs and more natural surround-
ings, is becoming rapidly available by
means of electrical devices of inter-
communications of travel and speech,
in fact are healthier and happier than
3 Disoluteness, occasioned by too great
S clarity of existence, is manifestly
d releasing, striking illustration of
which, is to be qeen in the expansion of
dwellings among the hill surroundings n
of New York City.
Experiences of our own "delightful i
S precincts is very much in a like direc-.
S o. Six suburban extensions have
earried a good proportion of increasiN g
numbers of residents, further out among (
the trees. Electric lighting and tele-
phones have followed them, resulting.
not only, in their requisition of addi-
tional comforts, but greatly to that of
the less crowded space left behind.
Itrs a matter of hearty congratula- U
tion with all Tallahasseeans that topo- i
p graphical surroundings of their beauti-
Iul city, admit of so attractive expan- A
Except at generous intervals of space s
admitting free circulation of air, and
extension of the prospect, an ornament-
al tree or flowering shrub greatly sur- i
passes architectural design in town .
erection. Emotional influences exerted G
by the former, upon the minda of the G
dwellers amid them, is soothing and s
promotive of good. d
The generally polite and cultivated d
taste of those composing our populace, s
;" pbeoominal fltnees of natural surround- .
for ornamental landscape arden-
l a, the presence among us at .times ba
S ofa corteri of intellectual public men,
,.A mad their accomplished wives, together
S with the college asemblage of young
womanhood, lend an opportunity here-
abhoots for establishment of pereuliarly e
S admirable coditions, making feasible r
[" Ithe building up of a moat delightfully _
| attractive home and social surrounding.
S It is with the diligent that is accorded b
S useeem in life. "OLD Tia."
L One application of Man Zan Pile "
S Remedy, for all forms of piles relieves m
pala soothes, reduces InlSaqm.tion, u
soreness and itching. Price 60c. Guar- m
aated to give satisfaction. Cobb's in
r Dr Store. (I to Aug.) P'
Get nla a BellowLeg. w
ad we do to aou pin line without 0
"A man, who was afraid of thunder, '
r mawled into hollow logas a place of
during a thunder storm. The ,,
rolled and rain poured down in b
and the old log began to swell m
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^M^ te i^i~aiow4r,4
The marriage of Miss Marcia Stock
ton May to Mr. Asa Bushnell Clarke o
Tallahassee, an event in which society
has been intensely interested for sever
al weeks, was a very brilliant affair a
the Presbyterian church Thursday even
Ing. Mr. Clarke as superintendent o
Quincy's public school, has many warm
friends here and has chosen a bride
from oneof Quincy's prominent families
and who as a young lady has been ex
ceedingly popular. The church wai
elaborately decorated for the occasion
and the color schemeof green and white
always a delightfully cool and charming
one m summer, was fully carried out.
The walls were festooned with smilax
and the aisles was spanned with green
arches suspending from which the let-
ters M. and C. wrought in white roses.
Under a cool canopy of green was sus-
pended a wedding bell of white roses,
while huge banks of palms and begonias
formed a rich background to the lovely
dust before the ceremony, "0 Prom-
ise Me" was beautifully and impres-
sively sung by Miss Lelia McFarlin.
Mrs. Ross Harris accompanied by Mr.
Gus Burt on the violin, played the
march from Lohengrin and the ushers,
Messrs. V. C. Brewer. Julian Howard,
Will Starke and Perry May took their
places near the altar. Then came two
of the bridesmaids Misses Lelia Wood-
ward and iHellen May and Dr. Uondu-
rant and Mr. Guy Winthrop of Talla-
hassee. Then came Misses Buena
Crawford and Lelia McFarlin, and
Messrs. E. C. Love and Frank May.
The bridesmaids wore exquisitely
dainty lingerie gowns with slippers and
gloves and girdles of green and carry-
ing bouquets of mainden hair fern. Mrs.
Geo. Massey, the matron of honor, a
sister of the bride, entered with Mr.
John Clarke, of Tallahassee, a brother
of the groom. Mrs. Massey wore a
lingerie gown elaborate with lace over
green silk and carried pink roses.
attie Broom May was the daintiest of
little flower girls with her basket of
fragrant flowers to strew along the
bride's path. The bride was a vision of
youthful beauty and charm as she en-
tered in an elegant bridal gown of white
chiffon cloth over silk, bearing an arm-
ful of bride's roses. She was met at
the altar by the groom, and Rev. N. P.
Quarterman pronounced the words
which made them man and wife.
A reception for the bridal party and
members of the family was held at the
home of the bride's parents. Very
many elegant presents were received
by the young couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke left on the mid-
night train for the mountains of North
Carolina where they will spend their
The Danger of the Rich.
A year or two ago the Times, in one
of its preachment moods, made the re-
mark that it was just as easy tor the
big rich man to overload himself and
break down as for the little poor man.
At that time prosperity was running
wildtwith an open throttle, and there
*eomed no limit to the game or the
gains. It so fell out that last year came
he discovery that a good many big rich
men had overloaded and come to a break-
Jown. The panic ensued. Just now
George Gouldis a shining and instruc-
ive instance of the truth of the general
statement. Gould was one among the
dozen richest men on the continent. Ten
ears ago he dared a war with the Penn.-
ylvania railroad. He later defiantly
dtered its special private reserve tern-
aryat Pittsburg. Still later he em-
arked on a grand pipe dream railroad
Sthe Pacific in competition with Har-
iman mad Hill. He floaded up.
Now look at him. In the hands of his
aeomies, abjectly surrenmdering to Har-
iman w the price of saving enough of
is possession to remain rich. But he
rill nevermore be an adventurer on the
road field of high finance. He does not
wn the great properties of which he is
till in nominal control. Hi Mveral
ilroads, his telegraph company, are
lortgaged and bonded for as much as
ihy are worth under pressure of sale,
ore than they can pay interest upon
i cae of prolonged hard times. The
ropertil belong to the bondholders
id Gould ia simply the manager. It
as his Western Pacific enterprise that
moght his reverse. Instead of nursing
a profitable properties as would have
Ben wise, getting them out of debt and
eking them earn him an immense net
venue, he pledged them for more
oey to embark in a war with a man
bo can teach him the alphabet of
umce and financial diplomacy. He
suam water-logged and hia fercest
imy has salvaged him because other
en were afraid to do it without Harri-
an's onent. It Is indeed true that
* bi.t ma In the world may over-
ad m fa elly and disastrooty
the ten dollar a wea man who has i
me Istallmmet habit. And thus endeth t
e meomd lemeon.-Tampa Times.
Bee LaxatIveC A Symip reoom-'
mded by motives for yo ai old;
prompt, relief fr elds, t
Iap, ;. eI, w opaeeh.
Pr OMP at m ple omat to tate.
marated. euld kept la every p
mea. OeboWs Dt S torem. (Ito v
Privileges to None.
SAM FACKLIA'S State Inspector on the Case. INTERESTING MEETING
; T AI *T OI Wf\l John Henderson, a negro recently dis f^eAli.
f TAJA O1 v WOE charged from the phosphate camp at WOMANS' CLUB.
y ____ Dunnellon after having served one
month's imprisonment for stealing a
t "Ups and Downs of a Country Edi- ride on a train at Fernandina came up Mrs. H. T. FelVel Reports the Boston
tor." to Tallahassee last week with a pitiful Trip and Convention.
f story of cruelty and neglect. Hender- r
n "The Star is in receipt of a book en- son appeared before Governor Broward The Woman's Club, of Tallahassee,
e titled, "The Ups and Downi of a Cour.- who immediately sent Mr. Edward Fitz- met the second Thursday in the month
tr Editor Mostl Down. by A. investigate the case. a usual in the Leon hotel parlor. The
-try.Editor, Mostly Downs." by S. A. Fitzgerald's report is Hubstantially as'
s Fackler. The book was published by follows: alternate to the ninth biennial conven-
a John G. Collins' print shop, Tallahas- Tte negro was lazy and disinclined to tion, held in Boston, having returned,
see. In this volume of ore hundred work, for which he was punished by re- was abked for a report. Space will not
.ackler with-rceiving three lashes from the overseer' s1 allow a full account; however, she said
and three pages Sam A. Fackler, with whip. Thisnot rovi ecual, a day account, however, se said
t out question, is a born newspaper man, or so later he received four more blows. in part:
and in his sane, sober moments a genu- As he was dressed at the time, the "However much inclined to say we
ine hustler, which was the name under lashes left no cuts, notwithstanding the had a splendid time, and stop with this
which he published a number of ers fact that while here Henderson dis- vague and mystifying account, the club
i hGeo ria, Alabama d F pap but played the scars which he said were the spirit of unselfishness would never per-
i lus venture aam Wldwood was thI result of th, whippings given him. A mit. We wished for more eyes and ears
s ewl ture at Wldwood was th physician, interviewed here today, de- that we might imbibe it all for your
New"Sam Fackler wa a iu n h cares that he saw those scars, and sakes, and now we much more heartily
"Sam Fackler was a gi u in wehis found that they must have been made wish for the ability to impart fully and
wit geniu to work and t write, t at least a year ago. ably the grand proceeding and the whole
hustle and to succeed, while he re- Henderson had been at the camp only trout, my colleague a ny do oIur best.
mained sober, which was generally long two or three days when he began to enroute .m colleague and I sto
enough to get on his feet. when the complain of his feet, whereupon media. one week in New York, sailing via East
tempter, he could not resist whiskey. cal treatment was given him and he River and Long Island Sound to Fall
beset him and undone him. He speaks was put at sedentary employment. Af- River on steamship Priscilla, arriving at
. of this as his worst enemy and that of ter his discharge he was offered a cabin, South Terminal Station Saturday at9:
the human race !beding, rations and medical treatment clock. We were the first arrivals
"The book is entertainingly and until his feet should be cured, but he wearing the blue ribbon bow, designa-
amusingly written. It is the plain and refused all and demanded to be taken to ting us as lub members. Being as we
unvarnis ed story of a country printer's Ocala. There he fell in with a white thought a little ahead of time, we
life, with a penchant for roaming. The man. John Koon by name, who gave scarcely expected any welcome at all,
book has several illustrations, vitalizing him money with which to come to Tal- to say nothing of the cordial greeting
the most conspicuous events in the au- lahassee. Arriving here he presented we did get, as if by old friends an
thor's editorial career. The cover has himself, as has'been said, to Governor very soon we were conducted to a car-
an illustration of Sam Fackler when he Broward and Hon B. E. McLin, and rage, bag and baggage, with directions
was flush and again when he was was given board, lodging and medical to a lovely locality on Back Bay, close
downed by the demon drink. The book treatment, pending the investigation of to Symphony Hall where the sessions
had a picture of the Hon. John High, his case. He refused hospital treatment were held. he most important
of Baker's Mills, Fla., who gave Fack. because, he said, "the doctors might and most magnificent buildings in reach
ler the money to have his book printed, cut off his feet." However, after two right there on Huntington avenue, ex-
"Another of the Georgia candidate or three da s here, during which he told cept the big department stores, and
who invaded his office = did up the his tale and showed his scars to almost lie were found min due time. The Pub-
fighting man of the shop, but Fackler every business man in the city, Hender- lic brar, museum of Fine Ars, Trin-
got there in time to do up the candidate, son disappeared. Gard chuen, the common, Old South Church,lic
who begged for mercy, paid for the His claim was that he had contracted First Church of Christ Scientist, hotels
wreckage of the print shop, and was "water poisoning" in the phosphate pit, -and cafes ga en in o
Facklers best friend ever afterwards, and that his feet received no attention Boston alore, ni tn.e tate ona,
Another cut is of his landlady, Mrs. from the resident physician. The form-. morninatthe appointed time for th
Murphy, who never permitted a hobo er charge can not be substantiated, be- doors Symphon Hall to open we
printer to beat her out of a board bill. cause he complained of his feet almost were there with bright anticipations
Another cut is of the haunted house at immediately upon his arrival, and the and visions of the coming days, and
Williston, which Fackler occupied, and latter was proven false. The conclusion there we waited until our ardor was al-
the last illustration Is one showing reached here by those who examined most withered by the noonday's sun,
Fackler and his two little sons tramp- the nego is, that he s half-imbecile, with the crowd growing more dense
ing it over the red hills of Georgia in and s being used as a tool by some one two or three hundred deep, impatiently
quest of work. who has a grudge against the camp of- waiting for the doors to open. At last
"The short autobiography shows ficials. He told hs story as though he we swarmed in and the most we could
man's efficiency and man's dowfall when had been coached for the occasion. do was to push along till we found the
up against a temptation he cannot over- registration and credential committees,
come. Nearly everybody in this sec- Chaires Locals and Personals. all the rest said come again, which we
tion knew the editor to te one of the CHAIREs, Aug. 25, 1908. did until satisfied. There were some
most genial and entertaining men you Miss Lilla Smith will be wedded to- slight irregularities weconfees, and our
could meet in a week's travel, but a morrow morning at eleven o'clock to thoughts naturally dwelt upon that
sorry picture when in the gutter. Mr. Frank Powell. The happy event working force of over two thousand
"Fackler, with his genius for work will transpire at the home of her par- and te length of time, two years, in
and talent for hustling, should have ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith, none which to make ready. Dubtless we
made himself a competency to be en- being invited except the families of expected impossibilities ant soon found
vied could he have hal the will power both, there being a large family con- that the hostess was human like the
to leave drink alone, but the vile mon- nection. A wedding dinner will follow rest of us, that help was deficient and
ster had its fangs it, his soul and peri- the ceremony, and in the afternoon the unreliable, the printers slow, and worst
odically he no more can resist taking a bride and groom will repair to their of all they could not et possession of
drink than he can fly. new home at Oak Dale, between Cen- the hallunto Friday morning, it be-
"He deserves our sympathy and he treville and Miccosukie. Miss Lilla is ing used up to Friday night for Pop
has it, and we only remember the ge- the third daughter of her parents, and concerts by the Symphony Orchestra.
nial, jovial Sam Fackler, who has writ- has been a teacher in Leon's public Many plans miscarriedor seemedn-
ten a thousand things in his papers that schools for several years, and every one adequate, wen the crowds egan to
gave pleasure and lasted a lifetime to who knows her well can attest her true gather, and the great marvel bow
those who read them. We hope that worth. We are sorry to have to give any of them carried, and how that great
his book may have a big sale. Mr her up but hope the groom will prove surgfng, restless throng of for's,
Fackler is now located at Jaspers"- worthy of the prize he has been so cou esre autifue ilynd providlit for a
Ocala Star. fortunate to win. Mr. Powell is the to preserve the individuality o
third son of his parents and has been member so as to make her feel as
IN HNNORY OF LITTLE THOMAS one uf the farmers of the Oak Dale vi- though she were the whole convention.
DENHAN CLARKE, cinity for several years, having moved Mrs. ennyacer a charming South
from Texas with his parents when uite erner, and Mrs. ward were at the head
-- young. Our best wishes go with em of the program committee, and had the
Bera September 18, 1904, Died August for a long and prosperous life. tremendou, s ,4
U 1mB Mrs. Tom Macon of Quincy, arrived the varied Inte embodied in the
"' vw8 Monday to attend the marriage of her twelve departens, with and
IN HEAVEN. sister Wednerday. of pthe g iho st be diso
"The Angels do always behold the face The Chaires boys challenged the Wau- e convention. No wonder the w r
of myFather," keenah nine for a game of Dall, they ac- t ae lonventson- po wonder they were
Silene fl the courts of Heaven.. cepted and came last Friday, but when allowed to peechfy buthr min
Hushed were seraphs' harp and tone, they arrived it was found the .d The thirty-two oneal committ
Knel before h Eterna T hne; from Greenville and other places. Our hdt looking after the details
While its soft white hands were lifted, boys considered this very unfair, but o entrai and displsng of each
Clasped as it in earnest prayer, flayed wiL them, of course bein t so ad h ofppoiner. e greatest comfort
And its voice in dove-like murmurs he Misses Caps, Carter, ovett, a h ta wnole sth m
Rose like music on the ear. Cooksey and Thomson accompanied the pynthemtiwe, wellevery ing was well
Light from the full fount of glory boys. The Chaires nine expect to play sytmatize wel planned and carried
On his robes of whiteness glistened, with Waukeenah Thursday out after once getting organized, and it
And the bright wingd seraphsuearhim Miss Dot Chaires is in rallahassee a ure oemea n t heleat ut with
Bowed their radiant heads and llstenei. few days out of every week now assist- oudhsess.i was t h was once in
OMy het tsfondl t anot book.rss Dott acom er s i p the ue wnite
Comforter my dear mother! Miss Meets Strgman, of Tallahassee, reds of electric etsovhead In the
Thywill0Lordl oedone." te M s J n u The musical greeting on Monday even-
M" grandsons, Wilbur and Slater Brinson, i w nucn enjoyed as he frequent
If we dislike irresponsible personal left Sunday a. m. for a visit to her old applause indicated. To those coming n
government by denunciation, Executive home in Cecil, Ga. a little late as did some of the proma-
surpation and popularized war spirit Mrs. Wm. Roberts, of Centreville, nint guests, the scenic feature most
profligacy we must have a real and an spent last Thursday with her friend, hays n b ese e atiful, mgith tho e
Iget've Democratic oppUion, a rs. W. T Snipes. sands ofladies and a orink of men,
popular protest agaimathe par- Mrs. J. H. Patterson spent a portion at st tnt r Sunday best and e*r a
in poweranda vote of o Min of the day with Mrs. J. T. Stakes at vt," s.e ,cet o .f1A e .ue n)
te raedpl and aspiratios of De- Lloyd, returqnW home on them termont fo the most of a 't .
sweraey vs. PlatoeraCy." tram. K meu to the t-
m vs..-t0 We suspect Mr. Coilns will have all set imaginable, with the magni at
Plaeules for the kidneys, N days we boys and girls searching the bird' setting of Symphony. Hate and veilu
rial $1.00. Guarteed. Mt directly nests now for diamond rings since the wee almost universal, even at eight
a the kidneys and brim l e lan the account of the young lady fAnding one y wron won,, buit had to come of.
bst dose tfor backache, teeuaU to maot. every time e by ome.
alas, kidaey and bladder t_ Ibs. In- Mr. and Mrs. Stearns and Mrs. Geo. When Mra. Sarah 8. Platt Desker:
riorats the eatre system. Owms Drng W. Patterson spent Saturday with Mr. the president of the Gearal Federoa'
Itore. (3 to as). Elton Patterson at Mieeosuk (Continued on tenth page.)
Equal Justice to
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?HE TRUE DZMOCPLAT.
ion I0L COU.WS.Pumbiehe.
FUKUMH19DEVERY FRIDAY MONIt1NIS.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS.
Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dentist, office
up stairs, next to telegraph office
'Phone No. 257. 23-tf
Mr. Earle Perkins is back again frona
a delightful outing at St. Teresa.
Mrs. W. H. Ellis is spending a season
at St. Teresa-on-the-Gulf.
General W. H. Ellis and son spent
yesterday in Quincy.
Mrs. D. F. Gramling is visiting in At
NOTICE-Dr. R. A. Shine will con-
tinue his father's insurance business. 4
Born, on Friday the 21st, to Mr. and
Mrs M. A. Blackman, a daughter.
Fall garden seed, all kinds, at llolme's
Drug Co.'s store. 23
Prof. Arthur Williams and family will
spend the month of September in Bre-
vard, N. C.
Fresh garden seed at Holmes' Drug
Co. 's store. 23
See the notice of General Election in
another column of this issueof the True
Prof A. A. Murphree and family have
returned from a pleasant visit at St.
Alec McDongall and family returned
home after a pleasant outing at St. Te-
Miss Eva Futch, one of Gainesville's
charming young ladies, is a guest of
Miss Idella Holloway.
Miss Omerea Holloway is back again
from a delightful stay of one month
with friends in Georgia.
Mrs. W. M. McIntosh and children
have returned from a pleasant stay of
two weeks at Panacea Springs.
Miss Susie Stubbs, of Cairo, Ga., is
the guest of her relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
O. C. VanBrunt.
When a dozen things crowd at once it
takes a level-headed man to hustle and
not get rattled.-Farm Journal,
Professor Arthur Williams, of the
Woman's College, and family will spend
the month of September in Brevard,
A young society woman likes to goet
on to a new wrinkle, while the older
ones endeavor to get rid of it.-Farm
Mr. Geo. W. Saxon and Dr. Charles
Ausley are guests of the Mickler House
during the absence of their respective
families at Lanark.
Mr. L. C. Robinson has returned from
his visit to Baltimore and Philadelphia,
and reports a fine trip and pleasant
time among relatives and old friends.
Rev. W. J. Gray, pastor of the Meth-
odist church Hinson, will preach in
Trinity church Sunday morning and
evening. A cordial invitation to every
body to attend these services.
Mr. T. Pierson, the efficient and
popu salesman who was at the head
of P.W Wilson's dry goods department
last winter, has returned to Tallahassee
and resumed his former position.
Mr. B. A. Ragsdale, of the City Elec-
tric Light Plant, has returned from
South Carolina. We hear that he was
greatly missed by his neighbors and
Mrs. Julia C. Trice is visiting Talla-
hamse friends enroute to visit relatives
at Medart. She will teach school inm the
neighborhood of her father's home in
North Leon, lamonia neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Yaeger's very
handsome home is now nearing corn-
pletion. When completed it will be de-
cidedly one of the neatest and comfort-
able homes in Tallahassee.
Mrs. R. W. Cobb has returned home
after a six weeks' very pleasant visit to
her mother at Columbia, Tenn., where
she was accompanied by Master Ward
R eage, and now old R. W. is again more
smiling and more happy than ever.
Work is progressing nicely on the
new residence on corner of Bronaugh.
and Clinton street for Mr. Rugeley, and
the finishing touches is being made on
Miss Jessie C. Meginniss' new two-
story cottage on West Clinton.
Mr. D. MacLachlan has been visiting
bia old home and friends again this
week, and every Tallahasseean is al-
ways glad to give him a cordial wel-
come whenever he comes.
Mr. George W. Saxon, and Messrs.
R. J. Evans and sons, Messrs. Tom and
Jule are temporary guests, for their
meals, at the Mickler House, during
the absence of Mrs. Saxon and daugh-
ters. and Mrs. Evans and little son
Frank at St. Teresa and Lanark.
Hon. Syd. L. Carter, of Gainesville,
was among his many warm Tallahassee
friends again yesterday. Judge Carter
i a candidate for Speaker of the House
of Representatives, and if our represen-
tative, Hon. John L. Neeley, is not
elected to that position, The True Demo-
crat would not object to seeing Judge
Carter secure the election.
Mr. Elijah Johnson was in the city
ain this morning with another load of
tiae delightful yellow yam sweet p
tatoes. He believe in producing onhis
place a variety of the fieed merop, and in
very successful with everythiq. He
remembers his newspaper man, too,
when he has good thi and left with
w today some of his potatoes.
Plenty of "ho% and hominy," with good
losrda d wewlt hwy re-
Jw adIvl t apy ov. hita aWeo
diemeMhew many old hard times
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7 Ais compont matAr vACtoee) on o.- Adfop Jv. In. Sept'. 7, /908.~
t Miss Minna Alford returned from Al- VOTE IN OUR PIANO CONTEST
bany, Ga., after two weeks stay on,
house party given by Mrs. Joe Meyers. FOR WEEK ENDING AUG. 27.
Mr. John Vinzant was in the city
Tuesday and made this office a pleasant
visit and looked after his subscription. Following is the vote for as
E. H. Alford, Jr., the senior member Cunthd b Committee.
of the firm of Aliord Bros., left this C e y ommi .
week for Bath, N. Y., and other east- Miss May Stoutamire, Blox-
ern points, to purchase the fall stock of ham 3010
I dress goods. Mary Windham--.. 1240
The livelier the vote the sooner the Floience l'roctor -..-- 1230
Pii,.no Contest will be brought to a close. Eva Grissett, city 1145
Get busy and secure renewals, advance Alice Patterson. Chaires 1000
subscriptions, and collection of arrear- Jessie May Farley.. 985
ages. I'ho.-e who work for them can Sada Rolfe.- -.. 895
sure the coupons and votes and the Lula Dee Keith ..... -----635
most votes will secure the excellent Marion Buwen, 550
Piano for some lady friend. Katie West, Monticello 530
Mr. J. C. Drake anu Hon W. D. MyrtSusie Gramingff 460
Stoutemire were in the city Wednesday Myrtrevlle Grming, Cn- 445
and both advanced their subscriptions Ella Lewis, Woodville, 360
to 1910 and Hon. W. D. paid back sub- E Lucile Saxon. e -3306
scriptions and advanced his brother J. u
D. Stoutemire's subscription to 1909. Ruby Duvral -Con d 31025
placing the votes in the piano contest e dre t ncor 3
o Mis Ma ttmire Gertrude Chittenden..- 305
to Miss May Stoutemire. RuthAlligood, Crawford-
Miss Bess Damon will return home to ville -------------275
Tallahassee on Monday, after a charm- Lottie Pichard --------255
ing visit here, first with Mrs. J. H. Annie Lester, Monticello 245
Butroughs and now with Miss Jennie Mrs. George Smith,Crawford-
Cook, in Riverside. Miss Damon is ex- ville -------------235
tremely popular with the young society Miss Lizza Budd, Monticello, 225
people, and they anticipate her coming Miss Clyde Raney .........---------- 210
next winter. -Jacksonville Metropolis. Mrs. Jno.Robinson,Woodville 200
If you would like to see your friend Miss Lelia McFarland,Quincy 171
advance in votes in the Piano Contest, Cassie Sweeting--..--..-. 175
you should vote the coupons you are Clare Bowen---------. 150
now holding back and run your vote up. Mrs. J. B. Brown (Ada Yawn) 150
Other friends seeing you the leader, or Miss Blonza Cates -------. --150
near the lead will vote for ou and in Christine Lester .. 13
the next count you may be ahead. '" Nanie Chaires 12
Those who work for them will get the Pauline Costa .......110
votes and the piano. Fannie Wilson 100
It is very consoling to the average Cora Taylor, Monticello 100
Leon countian that just as the water- Coupons must be voted each week,
melon season comes to a close that on or before date they bear. Notice
sweet potatoes, 'possums, persimmons, date and do not loid them after date or
groundpeas, ard such like, begins to they will become void.
get ripe and come to market, and they -- -----
are good and plentiful, too. "Possum Letter to L. N. Lively,
and sweet potatoes, just think ot it," TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
O.i Thursday evening September 10th Dear Sir: Our proposition is simply
from 6 to 10 o'clock, Mr. Thomas Pleas- this:
ant Stnckland, at the pleasant Strick- If Devoe doesn't take less gallons for
land home at Lake lamonia, will cele- a job no pay.
brate his twenty-first birth day, the Yours trul
'True Democrat Job Office having this 62 W. DEVoE & Co.
week printed neat invitations to the cel- P. S.-Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our
ebration for his excellent father and paint. ___
mother, who are justly proud of their Before U. S. Commissioner.
The recent heavy rains, have washed The U. S. Court Commission, which
out the streets and some crossings on has been sitting here this week disposed
the sidewalks badly. At the crossing ofthe foRlowing cae:th lat
between the corners at Bronough an F.. Rus. ch with violation of
Clinton streets, there are two quite tal laws, was bound over under a
deep dClinton streets, the Cre are two quite $200 bond to await action of grand jury.
deep ditches. Contractor Ferd Henry Frank Smith brought own from
surely now has his hands full, and will Frank Smith, brought eown from
make the rounds of repairs as rapidly Quincy, charged with raising the de-
as he can with the forceand means at nomination of a 2 bill toread $20, com-
bis command. mitted to jail in default of $200 bond.
is comm Thos. McIntosh and T. R. Smith,
In addition to the regular service Sun- brought down from Quincy, appeared
day afternoon at 5 o'clock in the Cath- before Commissioner Hodges to answer
olic Church, Father Bresnahan intends to charge of peonage. Case continued
to give a short instruction, explanatory until Friday, September 4th.
of christian belief, or in answer to a
question found in the question box at A Great Newspaper.
the door. Non Catholics will of course The New York Sunday World contin-
be welcome at this service as well as The New York Sunday World contin-
be welcome at this service, well ues to be the greatest American news-
at the morning eass at 9. paper. Its magazine and news features
Some contestees are holding back surpass all competition. The "comic
their subscription vote coupons. This weekly" section is the foremost thing
is not right, because if you run your in America, and the song supplement,
vote up it will indute others to vote for consisting of words andmusic of the
you, as is clearly illustrated by the pop- newest music from the best Broadway
ulor vote of Miss May Stoutemire. She shows, always make a hit. Order from
and her friends are at work and they newsdealer today.
are getting subscription coupons and -----
are voting them. The contest is to se- Mr. Lewis C. Home, has at his home
cure workers and friends for the True iq this city a number of patent bee
Democrat. Vote now and vote often. hives, and is quite successful in hand-
'Tis not often one is allowed to vote so ling them, taking from hia hives often
often in an election, an excellent grade of honey of very fine I
From the Georgetown Daily Item we quality and flavor. He remembers his
with pleasure take the following per- newspaper friend too, for he brought
sonal of a very worthy Tallahasseean : to this office Wednesday, a solid five
"Mr. R. C. Snipes, General Freight and pound tray of it. Thanks, we love
Passenger Agent for the Georgetown & honey and we enjoyed it.
Western, came here two years ago from The True Democrat received the fol-
the beautiful old Florida Capital-Tal- lowing interesting announcementon last
lahaase. He was born in Leon county, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. William Waldo
Fia., 1877, and was associated with the Cleveland anrnouncems the marriage of
Florida Central and Peninsalar Rail- their daughter, Louise Marian, to Mr.
road. He s one of the molt popular James Westcott FAnowdwoo, on Satur-
and best liked young men with the A. day, the twenty-second of August, One
C. L. Read law and was admitted to thousand nine hundred and eight, Jack-
the bar before the Supreme Court of sonville, Florida. Congralatuions and
South Carolina. The officers of the the best wishes for log, prosperous
company approve of Mr. Snipes, and and happy married life. May ech day 4
speak o him in complimentary terms." be a the brightest sunshine to you and
Prof. L. W. Buchholz of Tallahasee, yours.
whose work in the State Collee for "King Cotton" has b to come nto '
Women has been so successful, visited almost every day now. Ther are about
the local MeaI Lodge on last 'rday 2D bales min WellU'Cottm Yard up to
evening in omciai capscty-aya us- date, and that is a better howin m
trict Deputy Grand Master. The Ma- darindtAugustlat yesar CottoerS
0" &Wt Auutlatyw..fo
ter's deree was conferred on Mr. R. B. r@W ipt Csh, pb n- MM
Porter Aucilla, and a splendid ad- tio and helsup trade. Itpays to do-
dresws n-ade by the District Deputy. very, Ioatg lmve &.- s
RefNM s ung of iee cream oats, rye, potstees, ha tc. alo
and cake wworserved dall enjoyed with syru a)dinOW itwBwth
the fraternal oeaeo ay untildairy Prodo and m weea
nearly oae o'clock. Prof. Ruchhola has ahoti not-.ut 711live s % No
lately been named for the office of gap. PouRty i not i te allor eine 4t eMtfN.
erintesmdt of Pubbe I=trm oa oi f tct matter, MF morEM ne ad Btar
HMlMe-i'm county, aad has left M tnid- ,de a
die ForidaMor is nw field of activity.
The beet wisbes of many frisids go ROOMS To RoMn. Apply at 560 Ca I
witlh MIL-MomtideeloNewam. Street W.'LM AREUUL
Goo. P. RANaY. WK. J. OVN.
RANEY & OVEN,
ATTORNIY8 AT LAW.
WM. H. ELLIs. JOHN L. NELCrY.
ELLIS & NEELEY,
Aro UsN o AND COuNULLOM AT LAW.
7. 8 9 TILUPMONsB UILDMO. ,
5 CENTS PER LINE
All Classifed-Wanta. For Sale. Exchange. To
Rent, Etc. Each insertion S cents per line and no
ad. for les than U cents, cash in advance.
FOR SALE! Set of New Cone Pul-
leys. A bargain at this office.
PURE BRED Collie pu for sale.
23 W. W. KEITH.
FoR RENT-On Monroe street, oppo-
site Leon Hotel, a Cottage. Apply to
Julius Diamon. 26-it
RUBBER STAMPS No need to send
from Tallahassee for Rubber Stamps.
We make them quick as good as the
best and cheap.
WANTEi.--A position as bookkeeper
with some shorthand included. For fur-
ther information apply to the office of
the True-Democrat. 24 Im
FOR RENT !-Comfortable Cottage
with bath and kitchen. Terms 16 dol-
lars pr month. Apply to
tf TOWARD GAMBLE.
WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE-Three
(3)-offices, over Gilmore & Davis store.
Apply at once to
22 J A. MCKNIGHT.
FOR SALE-'Uheap, a 25 h. p. boiler
and 15 h. p. engine. Been used 16
months. Address, C. 0. ANDREWS,
Tallahassee, Fla., at the Capitol. 22tf
SEE Us! For all kinds of printing.
Furnish your stationery neatly printed
as cheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retailers. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelopes.
ON THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER-Mrs.
.John F .Zenran il WlnnanaW- -n'
der the Coustltime I
of Florida, did pes thm0e Jo tJ
of thea t of OFordo a ad hmse
agreed to by a vote of threflftti
members elected to each eod; V
votes on said Joist Resolutlal
upom their repetive Joar alws
and nas thereon, and they d
and direct that the aid Joint l
be submitted to the electors of the
at the General Election In NoveWmber,
NOW, THEREFORE. 1, H. CLAY CMAW-.
FOR. Secretary of State of thte of
Florida, do hereby give notice that a
will he held In each county In Florida o
Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday
in November, A. D. 1908, the said Tuesiy
THIRD DAY OF NOViMBER,.
for the ratification or rejection of the said
Joint lesolutlons proposing amendments to
the ('onstitutlon oif the State of Florida,
A JOINT ItESOLUTION proposing as
amendment to Section Nine (0) of Article
Five t5) of the Constitution of Florida
relating to Judicial salaries.
fre to Rrentred bt) the Lct$iosturc of the
State of Florida:
Thnt sectin Nine 40) of Article Five (5)
of the institutionin of the State of Florida
he and the nrme is herehy amended so as
to read as follows. vii.:
Section Nine (0). The salaries of Jau-
icens of the Supreme Court. Circuit Judges
and Judges of Criminal Courts of Record
hnill Ihe fixed by the Legislature.
That the forego Ing amendment of Section
(0) of Article Five (0) of the Constitu-
tion of Florida is hereby agreed tn. and the
same shall be submitted to the electors of
the State for approvnl or rejection at the
next general election of Representatives
hereafter, as required by Section One (1) of
Articl Seventeen (17) of said Coustitutloo.
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend-
ment to Article Twelve of the Constltu-
tion of the tnate of Florida relative ta
education, to be known as Section Six.
teen of said Article, providing for the levy
of a special tax for the support and main.
tenance of the I'nlversity of the State
of Florida. the Florida Femalf College.
the Institute for the Blind. Deaf and
Dumb, and the Colored Normal School.
Ile It ersolrrd by the Lfreulature of the
t'atc of Florfide:
-,..... i.o ... V.pen a ,oman a .ai lit the following aniendluint to Article
Exchange at her residence. Member- rvwpv~ p of the consituilonf othe State of
ship fee $1 00 per year, and 10 per cent 1-'"lor:i. to i>be known as Section in of said
charged. Fancy work, preserves, jelly, rth-l*'. h'e andl the, snme i0 hereby agreed
home-made pickles, bread and cake will to and e hll be tainted to the electors of
the State nt the next general l ltion of
be made a specialty. Phone Number iRepre'.entatilve,. to blo hiell in tlhi year 19O .
23. 22-im frr r:titflation or rejection.
COTTAGE fr rent n Adams street, 1. A lal tax of one mill on the
COTTAGE for rent on Adams street, |,,!,.:ir of all txitile. property In the State
just below the Leon Hotel. Has all shil l IP* levied annually for tii. uti')port and
conveniences. Apply at True Democrat nmintlnanuve if the universityy of the State
office. 24tf of Florhila. the Florida Female College. the
Instittint for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb
the 'Color'ed Normnl Rchool, which shlV '
City Announcements. ,.sai ln to the. stite Tre asrer and et ..
hby him to the credit of the State Board a
E,---- atlon. to be ap[i rtioned and disposed
(if fir the Iwneflt of said Instltutlons as
The usual fee of 5.00 in advance for Announce required by the act creating and malntalns-A .
mental under this head. lng the name. known as Chapter 5884, of
O TAX C TO-.W 'PI the l aws of Florida. approved June 5, 1908.
The present City Tax Collector having pub-
lished the fact that he would not again enter the
contest for City Tax Collector. I take this occasion
to announce to my friends and the citizens of Tal-
lahassee that I will be a candidate for the office of
City Tax Collector before the City Democratic
Primary, and do solicit the support of all white
Democratic citizens of Tallahassee. pronfing to
give my very bestattention to the builnes of the
office if I ain nominated and elected.
Rossar H. MICKLn.L
To the Democratic Voters of the City of Talla-
Havia decided to make the race in the coming
City Democratic Primary Election. I hereby make
the announcement and earnmaetiy request my
friends and the cities of Tallahassee to rve me
their support, I will strive to make you a faithful
and aecient City Tax Collector. if you will elect
me to the position.
RoBt. J. PHILUPS.
To the Voters and Citiseans of Tallahasee:
I hereby announce to my friends and the votes
of the City of Tallahassee that I will be a candi-
date before the City Democratic Primary Election.
for the offee of City Tax Collector. soliciting their
support. Will give my best attention to the office
if elected. Rmepeetfally, .
R. W. CoMs.
Amendment of Charter-Icrease of
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
Meeting of the stockholders of the Tallahas-
see Tobacco Company. a corporation under the
laws of the State of Florida, will be held at the
ofe o the Company in the City of Tallahamsee
Florida, on the 21at day of September. 190, for
the purame of increasing the capital stock of the
said company from 50,000.00 to $100.000.00, and
meoding Article Three of the Charter of said
company to provide for such increase of stock.
This August slt, 1908.
2S4t H. L. BETHEL. Secretary.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve Wins.
Tom Moore. of Rural Route 1, Coch-
ran, Ga., writes: "I had a bad sore
come on the Instep of my foot and
could find nothing that would heal It
until I applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Less than half of a 25-cent box won
the day for me by effecting a perfect
cure." Sold under guarantee by all
Mrs. H. J. Hanks, of Jacksonville,
visited Mrs. C. J. EIslkh in TalLahas-
se last wek. SheM let om a visit
to Mrs. John Robison, at WoodviI,
t6 s to6frtedo o atCarreb M mdwill
make a rtur vimL to Mr.L Kfbh be.
hrW gata beck home.
@*maw b tof tAf~li
JOINT REOI.ITION proposing an amend-
ment to Section Thirty-five of Article Mive
of the Conntitution of Florida. relating
to establishment of Courts.
Re it Rreonlred bl thke Lregilature of the
State of Florida:
That the following amendment to Section
Thirty-five of Article Five of the Constitu-
tion of Florida Is hereby agreed to and shall
be proposed and submitted to the electotr
of the State for approval or rejection at
the next general election hereafter, that sl
to aay. said Section Thirty-five of said Artl-
ele shall be amended so as to read as fol-
Section 35. No Courts other than herein
specified shall he establlshed In this State,
except that the Legisllature may provide for
the creation and entahllhment of such addi-
tional Judicial circuits as may from time to
time become necesnary, and for the appelat-
ment by the Governor and conflrmatiem by
the Senate of additional circuit Judges thef
for. whose terms of office and general Jaris-
diction shall be the same as herein provided
for the circuit Judges herein already pro-
vided for, and may clothe and Railroad
Commission with Judicial p )wera in all mat-
ters connected with the functlons of their
The votes east in compliance with said
rproplmed amendments, and the canvass, dec.
larations and returns thereof, shall be sub-
jected to the same regulations and restric-
thons an are provided by law for general
elections In the State of Florida.
IN TESTIMONY WHERB-
(IF. I have hereunto sat M
hand and affixed the (Oret
(SEAI.) Seal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahaissee. the Capital,
thin twenty-fifth day of July,
A. D. 1908.
Ii. CLAY CRAWFORD,
Secretary of State.
July 24, 1N08.
DeWitt's Carbolised Witch Hasel Salve
Is espedlally good for piles, but i it .
also recommended nearly everywhere
for anything when a salve s needed.
It is soothing, cooling and healing. Be,
sure to get DeWitt's Witch Na e
Salve when you ask for It. We iu
and recommend It. Sold by TallahasM
see Drug Co. *
Miss Ruth Alligod has bees tei .
in the piano eott by a frinMj
Crawfordville, and now you. a
out for her vote to rumnpuveb T
MTm Demoert Me m' l
thd coups veoa and 100
vot" fa ore tn ta-fb e h lt l
w up beemimmaSo
1 !. ,,
A il- .
& A ai m o asIcheas .
B ,-M pport adthe
its leae of the 21tat:
.p, ~w.M Pluto~.ery.': "rhe
a iattached to principle and
t V-a. Men change and times
m d parties change and plat-
sAteU n and candidates change,
trme pr ploes and ideas do not
e,. an ne nearing the end of one stage
af Rooseveltism. Its fruits are before
uas. In the name of false patriotism
r y ame Jingoism, impearlalihsm, ex-
;tne, plutocracy, centralization.
Tey ar violence, usurpation, panic,
Idaprmlooe. They are contempt for
law, contempt for courts, contempt for
contempt for Constitution.
i ten have been crystallized in the
machine-made and corporation-financed
candidacy of a personally amiable and
It is imperative that there shall be
Opposition to this sordid and menacing
regime. To be effective that opposition
must be powerful. To be powerful it
must be grounded in principle. To be
grounded in principle appeal must be
made not so much in behalf of a man as
in behalf of a cause. That cause must
be not false but True Democracy. If
Democratic candidates chance now to
be identified with this cause, as they al-
ways should have been, so much the
better for them.
The World has sharply disagreed with
Mr. Bryan and the Democratic party in
the past. It has upheld them whenever
they represented True Democracy. It
has opposed their Populism and Social-
ism. It has nothing to retract, defend
or excuse. In common with the Demo-
cratic millions, as distinguished from
the Democratic politicians, it responds
now to the merits and demands of a
cause rather than to the claims of any
man or any machine.
Independently and firmly, voluntarily
and conscientiously, and with a keen
appreciation of its own responsibility to
the public, The World, confronted on
one side by Rooseveltism and Roose-
velt's Proxy and on the other by De-
mocracy and Mr. Bryan, hap no hesita-
tion in saying that within the limits of
True Democracy, the Democratic ticket
is entitled to the full Democratic vote.
There are planks in the Democratic
platform which we repudiate now and
as always. There are phases of Mr.
Bryan's career and there's articles in his
political creed of which we disapprove
now as always. But in the essentials of
opposition to Rooseveltism we are in
hearty accord with the Democratic plat-
In these things part and candidate
have come openly to The World's his-
eic position, to The World's well-
pwn principles, to The World's oppo-
p--on to Republicanism- opposition to
privilege and Plutocracy.
It is because The World is a truly in-
At Ipendent journal that it can do no less
thm acknowledge this fact and act and act ac-
cordingly. By coming to The World's
oafminl-kthe true Demoeratic position-
there matters party and candidate
have lot favor with Popubist, Socialist
and Independence Leaguers. It is an
impressive fact that most of the ex-
,tremists. now following the leadership
of men like Watson, Debs and Hearst,
have turned upon a party and a candi-
date no longer subject to their influ-
Stripped of its false and mischief-
breeding alliances and no longer at-
tempting to reconcile, Democracy with
semI-Socialism, or with paternalistic
Populism, or with any other form. of
erase radicalism, the Democratic party
appears to have recovered to a conuid-
, rabpie degree from its long infatuation
qd to be once more in a poeltim to
render efficient service to the Republic.
Without scanning it too closely for im-
iperfections we believe that it deserves
Meoragement and is entitled to Demo-
cratic sympathy and support.
The Democratic platform and nomi-
nee are sound in their opposition tojin-
.oism and Roosevelt's war-conjurig
spirit, hi their demand for publicity for
heapatin contributions and expend.
tnas, in their repudiation qf centraliza-
ties through 'conservative jurispru-
domee,' in their hostility to our wretch-
ed, bloody and costly experiment in im-
per.aliam in the Philippines, in their in-
sistence upon genuine tariff reform and
In their call for retrenchment of reck-
l and ruinous national expemditures.
.On all of thee things the Republican
;pbttrm and candidate are either hope-
leMly wrong or silent or evasive.
I can furnish all
kinds of rough Lum-
ber on short notice.
.' [Special prices on
. A. Register,
A CORRECT DEFINITION OF A PERFECT ROOF IS ONE
-- COVERED WITH OUR -
1-2 IN. THICK AT BUTT. MANUFACTURED STRICTLY TO GRADE 18 IN. LONG
These are made In all sizes as described In our catalogue
S and sold direct to consumer.
OUR MILL FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED,
Furnishing Lumber in all Grades at Low
YOUR INQUIRIES ARE SOLICITED.
THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO.,
terling Silver Top, Pepper and Salt
Shakes; Fancy Silver; S i I v e r
Pieces; Pocket Books; Chains, etc., etc.
MEN'S JEWELRY. I have many
beautiful and attractive things in
Jewelry that men admire and ap-
preciate: Match Boxes, Cigar Cut-
ters, Penknives, Cigarette Cases.
A BEAUTIFUL AND ATTRACTIVE
LOT OF ROGE R'S CELEBRATED
PLATED GOODS IN LATE DESIGNS.
P T NICHOLSON, ..he..
GEO. W. CHILD.
We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
the very best service In all lines of building.
if you are contemplating any kind of building.
Call on us
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber, Mouldings,. Turned Col-
umns, Birackets and all kinds of Novelties made to order.
R. G. FERRELL,
(Succ-or to A. T. Rolnsm)
BR All Kinds of Fresh Meats.
Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
Ring up Phone No. 283.
ur Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.
rhe Greatest Cure ...':", Indigestion
IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE
rtaa Specif a a Bw Complait ia Yo OU.
Mt .SALE BY All DRUGGISTS
L L PI3IK dmsy ~ Djda
DEMAND THE PROOF=-
THAT WE HAVE.
A New Stock
Running by Trial
B est Painting-have the witnes-
Material, such that even the
Shafts can be Crossd like
a pair of Scissors. Are easily
adjusted by the girth to
Either a Large or Small horse.
Complexion giving tops-when
the riders are pale.
Umbrellas, of Superior fittings to
Customers, say Our Prices are
Lower and not Higiher.
WAGONS, for the next TWO
MONTHS, to wit:
One Horse, ............. 00
Two Horse, from $4o0.o to $0).0o)
Call and we will Prove Every
Statement or give you a bug-
gy or wagon.
both Seller and
'i js Purchaser.
TULLY YAEGER CO.
Hats, Trunks, Bags,
Tailor Made Suits
Park Avenue and Monroe St.1
THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The best Quail and
Snipe shooting in the South. The beat Sulphur Water in the
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
C. A. SCHO1MAKR, Pro,.
-- NKAL TY LION HOTIL.
LIVElrY, FJD and SALE.
SAfl TRAMS FOR. 14N3TO DEIYiL
-kpsd~ =d IFa Re INbeDiversfor an Tomsw
HmWx Terna Blpedty.
Bear the standard for
Excellence in Material
TM TRUK DEMOCRAT'
r BLUB IED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
jtjwend am Second Clasa Matter March 31.1906. at
e Post Oftes at Tallahae. Florida. under
AAr c donmrm of March 1879.
aM te Telephone Buildin. Corner Adams and
Cmton Street. Telephone No. 190.
hlmblseSipm. $LOG Per Year. in Advance.
Ad tlinru Rate on Applieation.
Te Trne Democrnt is the Oflcial Newspaper
of Leon County.
rWh"I k advwrtlsemren t are not accepted
S I; irtd in this newspaper at any price* or
S any conditions or circumstances. Not a
We one has ever appeared in it.
S Displayed advertisements under two months
5 tents per inch first inertion and 15 cents per
tbse for each subsequent insertion. Electros and
ptha matter 156 cnts per inch each issue. No ad-
vutBiNsnt run after contract expires. Localsor
renas matter, except news. among pure reading
Mttr. 5 cents a line -ach issue. All hanitr of
dwtiimUBMnents or anything intended for publics-
tln amost be handed in not later than Thursday
abht. to receive prompt attention.
Tafasa ee, Friday, August 28, 1908.
Come and talk advertising and job
printing with us. It will be to our mu-
tual benefit perhaps, and we are sure it
will pay you to advertise.
Senator Joseph H. Humphries, also
editor of the Manatee River Journal,
was in the city Saturday and Sunday
and made our sanctum pleasant visits.
He is a candidate for President of the
Senate, and is fully qualified in every
respect for the position. We hope he
will be the next president of the Flori-
In an incendiary fire at Perry, Taylor
county, last week, Editor J. E. Pounds'
Taylor County Herald was burned out,
with some insurance on the outfit and
building. The last issue was gotten out
presumably at Live Oak as nothing was
saved but an office desk and the sub-
aeription book. Brother Pound will put
in a new plant as soon as it can be pur-
chased and delivered at Perry.
Many a fiery upstart has cut off his
mose to spite his face in this good and
glorious, as well as wicked world of
ours. Would it not be well for us all to
remember 'the world to us, is just what
each one of us makes it.' And that it
weald move on if any one of us were to
be called hence, in a moment, in the
twinkling of an eye. There is no posi-
tim held, but another just as good could
be found to fill it!
One of the newest and neatest of the
Florida exchanges came to our table
this week, a weekly "The Sanford Her-
aid," Vol. 1, No. 1, E. J. Holly, man-
aging editor. It is made up like the
Tree Democrat, 12 pages, 5 columns to
the page, and is well filled with adver-
tisements and a choice selection of read-
ing matter. Success to the newest one,
and may it live long to do good work
for its home people and Floridians.
We published the article referred to
lat week. Lake City Index did the
same this week, with the following com-
ment: "The first prize article in the
Southern Ruralist, which is printed else-
where is a remarkable showing of what
a Northern man. or any other man with
mtealgmenme and industry can accom-
pli in a few years in the South. It is
a graphic proof of how independent we
are of cotton if we would only half try.
It is a powerful demonstration of what
em be accomplished by one man using
modern farm machinery. It is full of
All cases of serious commission of
crime should be quickly punished and
justice administered to all alike,
whether the person committing such
crime be of the very highest or lowest
of our people, whether they be as white
as anow or as black as a jim crow. No
one desires to see any kind of an inno-
cent person suffer or be punished. But
no stone, at any time or under any cir-
cumstances, should be left unturned,
until a convicted and depraved wretch
is put where he can do no one any se-
rious harm and evil.
Miss Mary Stoutamire till leads in
the True Democrat Piano Contest. Her
friends are securing new subscribers,
and collecting arrearages for us. That
is just what we put the contest on for.
Now get busy and work and vote for
your favorite. This newspaper can
have no favorte or choice, and intends
to give all an equal and fair showing.
'Tbose who do the most effective and
e. ate. t work in securing coupons and
bsecriptioas wil, of course, stand the
beet hanse. Do,aot let the comtesJ
hg, get laay and dull; but get out a d
w-ek iak. yeer cliece popular, me-
uMbgM4lP.tlafi f hser for her-
dmmm Jm l, Sw her .
I A TIRRIIBL OF 1lCZ CIAIGED.
From the first issue of the True Dem-
ocrat it has been our polly to publish
in these columns as little of outrageous
and scandalous happenings of a general
nature as possible, believing such being
for the best interest of all concerned
and that such matter is not fit to be
sent broadcast in to the homes of this
newspaper's readers. Hence in the sev-
eral cases of outrages committed in this
State, and of such cases and trials as
the Thaw case, etc., it has been very
notable and favorably commented on by
our readers, that our newspaper had
been clean of such stuff and we have
often times been congratulated on it,
and for our clean newspaper.
Now, however, a very serious offence f tably, under good management, to the
has been committed right in theshadows citizens' benefit and profitably to all,
of this city. A white man is in the: and maybe in the near future give us
clutches of the law, charged with hav- some cheaper service, and make rev-
ing committed the very serious crime enue from the combined plants, and
for which almost every week is chroni-. eventually reduce city taxes. The coun-
cled in the press of the country mob! cil is to be congratulated on this splen-
uprisings which hand out quick and des- did transaction in the interest of the
operate punishment to the fiends who city and our citizenship. The True
commit such crime. As to what evi- Democrat will publish a full account of
dence will be produced in this case we the purchase and transfer in the next
do not know, since a lunacy commission week's issue.
has taken testimony as to the mental Mr. Swing, who has acted as super-
condition of the accused and have not intendent and manager of the plants,
yet reported their findings to the court. has been a faithful and attentive rep-
To the credit of our whole people, both resentative of the two plants, and has
colored and white, there has been as made many friends among our people,
yet no excitement or rash talk or action, all of whom hope and desire that he will
all seeming perfectly willing that the be secured to help manage and run the
lIw should take its course and justice, plants he is now so well posted in and
full justice, if the act committed be familiar with-at least until the
proved against the accused, shall be proper city officials get all the details
meted out to him. The fact that the fully in hand.
assaulted was a negro girl, does not THI WAILIS CLAIM.
lessen one whit the degradation and In an interview in the Jacksonville
shame that now rests upon our commu. Metropolis last week, Hon. Joe. H.
nity, and all who have expressed them- Humphries, Senator from Manatee and
selves to this editor, denounce the crime DeSoto counties, along with other sen-
most severely, and it is the universal ex- sible things, said ,
pression of all that a quick and speedy "A great many public men," sug-
trial be had, the true facts begotten at gested the Metropolis man, "have re-
and that justice shall prevail. All ex- cently spoken i favor of payment of
pressions are that the situation places the Wailes claim. How do you stand
Leon county in a very awkward and on the subject?"
dangerous position, and all prayers go "The question of paying the full
up that the case shall be handled in true amount claimed did not come before the
keeping with facts and justice to all Senate at either session which I attend-
concerned. ed," was the reply, "but the question
When the trials shall come off we of allowing Col. Wailes to bring suit
shall give the public the facts, in a before the Supreme Court did come up,
clean way, in a plain and impartial and was lost by only one vote. I am
manner. Our citizens, white and col- glad indeed to state that I did vote in
ored, are to be congratulated on the favor ot this proposition, believing that
good order that has prevailed under all' the State should pay the claim if it was
the trying eireurnatances. May such an justly due, and this question could best
offense never be committed in good old be decided by the court. I never had
Leon county again by any kind of a an opportunity of studying the various
man! features of the claim to such an extent
Since the above was put in type, and that I could vote intelligently on the
just as we are closing our newspaper subject of payment, but I believe it is
forms, we learn that the Lunacy Com-
mission has reported to the Judge's
court that Vason was insane, and he will
probably be taken at once to the asy-
lum. Just what steps will next be taken
in connection with the case at this time
this newspaper is unable to say, but
time will tell, and we will give the pub-
lic the details as promised above.
not to Florida's credit to treat him un-
justly in the matter."
The two factions of the Republican
party in this State have each nomina-
ted tickets and Hon. William C. Hodges,
of Leon county, heads the all white re-
publican branch of the g. o. p. of Florida.
See Collins for Job Printing.
Tlr WATERWORKS PLANT.
Representatives of the Water Works
and Gas Plant are in the city, and a
proposition for a sale of both plants to
the city of Tallahassee has been undei
consideration for several days, and a
transfer is all but fully consumated,
there being little doubt that the Coun-
cil and the representatives of the plants
will come to a full understanding and
the deal fully consummated at another
recess meeting of the council tonight
at 8 o'clock.
This is a nice step in an absolutely
necessary direction, since all will ad-
mit that the city, now owning the elec-
tric lighting plant, can operate all of
the plants more economically and pro-
YAEGER BETmn HWARE CiOMPAY.
AMOTBU SCAu o
s One might suppose that such a bura &br.
i lesque of law ad aomes as was afforded OA2
Sby the Thaw trial gould not be repeat- .ia ttink the votes
r ed on the same boards for a generation see for the libs p
Without danger to the "perpetuity of for the ofee of Oty
the government" rmlttingsaqch buseM that wo wg s m
of its authority, If theae thigsoccur- n halt interest to the Grnoe
red under a monarch we would expect dola h &A Son' Isn 1
revolution because no decent people will not be a ce-Idat efor
could submit to suchi.mockery of their srngtogvemyfulltimeto
most vital interests. When Dreyfus business
was undergoing his crucifixion and res- Very respectfully,
urection we could not understand bow u C FNN a
the government that permitted such
scandals did not rise and fall with them Heed the calls for contributions
How many of us stop to inquire why, t nDeoratc Campaignm Fund O IN
the State of New York need expend a the Demor Campaign Fund. Gl"
million dollars to convict a man who at least your one dollar. We will ro-
slew another in a crowd and hais never ceive, forward and announce the oon-
denied that he fired the fatal shot? The ttibution; or you may mail it direct
accused was a rich man when the trial
began and his family was rich; now he Hon. T. A. Jennings, at Pensaola
is bankrupt and his mother poor. Can IWilliam J. Bryan and John Worth
we give a decent explanation why these Kern, have beenenthusiastically and
things are so? But It Is said that Thaw's officially notified of their nomlinati-e
case was an unusual one and the author- respectively, and the signs of the times
cities as well as the people may have indicate that they will be elected in the
grown hysterical. November elections as President aad
Now comes a case that will more Vice-President of the United States of
than duplicate Thaw's in revolting de- America.
tails and threatens to cost as much in
money and reputation to the State. An Denunciation of serious crime goes
officer of the army finds a citizen' sit- out to al perpetrators of it, make no
ting in a boat and shoots him repeated-
ly. Witnesses see the act and the e-: difference who the offender may be, or
caused does not deny in. But the de- whether he be of the highest or lowest
fendant belongs to a family of influence of the races ; but when a white man be-
and some wealth. He is an officer of
the army and he and his wife have comes so low as to put himself in an
scandalous tales to tell about each other, awful degrading position, swift justice
The State officials demand a large sum should be meted out to him as quickly
of money for the prosecution; the de- as to one of the lower races.
fendant s family are borrowing all they .--.-
can for lawyers and witnesses and ex-; Florida's editor Jetf. Davis, moves
peats. It is not too much to predict and bobs about so often and promiscu-
that the State will spend half a million
to convict Hains, and his family will only that it as indeed hard to keep up
impoverish itself. with him. He has left the Quincy
We do not deny that the State should Journal now, which has changed its
deny the money needed to do justice, name to The Moon, and gone to the
but why should more than five hundred A uitman, Ga., A erir w e
dollars be needed. We do not deny that Quitman, Ga., Advertiser, where he
the family should be allowed every ef- was last accounts that were given of
fort to save the accused, but why should him. He is a good one wherever he
the rulings of the court open the gates may be.
so wide as to permit the expenditure of ,
more than the fee of the lawyer and a Notiel
few like expenses for the transports. I have resumed my practice in the city
tion of witnesses and the testimony of of Tallahassee. Calls left atthe Holmes'
one or two experts? To say there should Drug Store will be answered promptly.1
be no limit is to deny equal treatment 24tf DR. C. M. AUSLRY.
for the poor man who has not the money
to spend and yet should have as good a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bond and child
standing at the bar of justice under the returned home Wednesday after a
same circumstances. If one laborer had pleasant week's outing at Panacea.
killed another under the same circum- All sizes and various qualities type-
stances as those existing in the Thaw writer paper, typewriter carbon, foun-
or Hains case, how much would convic- tain pen ink, at E. W. Clark's. 27tf
tion cost the State and how soon would
the defendant go to the death chamber? The Best Pills Ever Sold.
And yet the life of the poor man should "After doctoring 15 years for e 4
be as carefully guarded in an American Ic indigestion, and spending over J
court as that of the richest hundred dollars, nothing has done mk
Already we hear that Hains must not as much good as Dr. King's New ULfe
hang because he is an officer of the Pills. I consider them the best PilIt
army. Let this plea avail and the army ever sold," writes B. F. Ayscue, e-wl
will soon lose the love of the country. Ingleside, N. C. Sold under guarantee
Aq ofieer was condemned to hang for by all druggists. 250. C
murder not long ago, but there I no
proof that the sentence was executed. held supreme? Is it stealing to rob the
Lieut. Brown, in the Philippines killed government? Shall the official obey the
a defenseless Philipino in cold blood; law or the officer respt the my -
his brother officers rendered a verdict or the ofSt. Auguer tinrespect the mag
of guilty and sentenced the murderer torate?St. Augustine Record.
tne penitentiary, but President Roose- Granulated 8ore Eyes Cured.
velt interfered and commuted the sen-
tence to the loss of rank and a deduc- "For twenty years I suffered from a
tion from the pay for nine months! bad case of granulated soye eyes, says
Does anybody believe that the Hains Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "In Feb*
case will be viewed as it would be if the ruary, 1903, a gentleman asked me to
defendant was not an officer? It is still try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought one
the American doctrine that an official of box and used about two-thirds of it,
the government owes allegiance to law? and my eyes have not given me any
Does even Congress, representing the trouble since." This salve is for sale
the people, insist that the law should be by Tallahassee Drug Co. *
F. MKY MAY.
'.abt& dm. m 0 aa w *-rm% %, tv asw,%A ILTI I
"N LUMBEtK R mAN Y. I
Don'tforget we are till in the Lum)r a
business. Strictly wholesale dealers for 2
rick, Lime and all, kinds of :
Building Material |
From the Lowest Grade to the Highest.
Our Long Suit is Best Prices and Prompt Delivery. "
Iag DtsUtnce Phoce No. 249.
Cal us up at Our Expaosc.
GADSDEN LUMBER COMPANY.
Office over Love & Hearin Co., Quincy, Fla.
.t-ttt t-Mt t fc -
THE LATEST STYLES IN CLOTHING.
The "Washington" Brand from $18.00 to $27.50.
Worsteds and Flannels. Every suit guaranteed to give
ttisfaction or monVy refunded.
WALKER & BLACK.
The New Store.
Capital City Stables,
HOUSTOUN & BRADFORD, Proprietors.
Teams for all Purposes Furnished on Short Notice.
Heavy Hauling a Specialty.
Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.
Phone No. 79.
P. 0O. Box 487.
All Accounts Rendered Weekly.
50 per cent of your Shoe Bl by beviag
A. R. S. TWINE
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
NEW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
Bd, Dyeinl and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your old
lit e new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
to At. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
No, 342 cto~Stm.
rF NEXT DOOR TO PINCKNEY'S RESTAURANT.
Engines. Boilers, and Smoke Stacks,
:Wr.48O SON I O.-mACON, GA
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It Rains You Need an Umbrella;
Sick You Need a Doctor;
You Want a Fine Crop;
Th enUSE ARMOUR'S [fRTIUZERS.
Made in Jacksonville.
For Sale By
R. F. HOWARD,
A Cap of Whit*e euse or Blue Label
Noca and Java Coffee
is what goes straight to the heart ol
every man at breakfast time, and ever
one knows that only good grocers keel
good coffee. We take special pride ir
our brands, as they hav made ow
store famous. Just as good as the cot
fee we ieU are tea,.. which principle
holds good-thr.odut our entire stack.
We Ull nofth ',but thobeas of fooc
prodcta-those we hMv tested erw.
solvead J. W. so n:adb.tGrm.
J. W. COums. Grocer.
J. W. DEMILLY,
Dental Work a Specialty.
J. D. CAY'S STABLES.
DO YOUR PLUMBING.
You will find:him at
GILMORE & DAVIS' HARD-
No one is Immuae from kidney trov- .
ble. so just remember that Foley's "
Kidney Remedy will stop the Irrege-
hlritles and cure any cae of kidney
or bladder trouble that Is not beyoai
the reach of medicine. Sold by all
IW' *' '
T 1 s- a
VACATION DAYS WILL SooN bE PAST AND THE
LITTLE ONES WILM SooN ,SKIP To SCHOOL, OR
WILL THEY TRUD6E? THEY WILL SKIP WITH
LIGHT HEARTS IF YOU DRESS THEM WELL.
THEY WILL TRUDGE WITH HEAVY HEARTS IF
THEY MUST WEAR THEIR OLD CLOTHES WHEN
THEY SEE THEIR PLAYMATES CLAD IN NEW
ATTIRE. WE CAN MAKE THE HEARTS OF
YOUR LITTLE ONES HAPPY. BRING THE CHIL-
DREN To MY STORE WHERE THEY ARE AL-
P. W. WILSON.
Successor to W. R. Wilson.
PUBLU D EVERT FRIDAY MORNING.
Samenal and State LiUae ews.
Agust 24.-Mr. J. A. ('*LGua)
1 liley and family, of Thomasvill
was visiting in the neighborhood l&
Mrs. G. T. Brown, Sr., and daughter
Mrs. J. C. Trice, of Dogwood. Fla
boarded the train at xetcalfe, Ga., I
tending to go to Boston, Ga., via Thort
asille last Thursday. They expect
visit Mr. Alex. J. McKinnon and other
relatives in Boston, and also relative
in the neighborhood of Prospect an
Beulah churches, during the follows
Mrs. W. F. Robertton and family, o
Tallahassee, came up here a few da)
ago, and have occupied her country res
dence. She expects to stay up her
several days, attending to the business
of her farm. such as gathering grapes
collecting rents, etc.
All reported on the sick list last wee
have gotten up except Mrs. E. E
Strickland, and she is improving.
Mrs. S. F. Dickey, mother of Mrs. T
P. Strickland, is, we are sorry to say
on the sick list this week.
The authorities of Grady county, Ga
have replaced the wooden bridge wit
an iron bridge at Hadley Ferry, o
Professors Richard VanBrunt an
Hathaway are visiting the family o
Mr. R. VanBrunt at lamonia. I
company with Mr. and Mrs. Van
SBrunt they went to Tbomasville to
--4r. T. J. Brandon has moved hi
steam mill from Felkel to Miccosukie
Fla., and some of us of this vicinity are
c greatly discommoded about getting ou
corn ground. We hope that the move
i will be profitable to our friend B.
We have been told by his father tha
Mr. James McElvey as not suffering
much with his leg and will soon be ou
of reach of danger as to blood poison o
* Mrs. Albert McElvey is a pleasant
visitor at Dogwood today. She is ac
companied by her granddaughter, Miss
Holy McElvey, and Miss Mary Blair, a
daughter of Mr. Joseph Blair.
Mrs. T. P. Stricklaad also paid us a
short visit this morning, which was
Dr. E. E. Strickland went across the
country to Mr. T. T. Halls, near Sunny
Hill, and returned this morning. He
Sent on business.
Picking cotton and having it put into
marketable shape is occupying the en-
Eergies and attention of farmers this
week. Some talk of gathering corn
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
effcted by its use. I have been a corn-
mercial traveler for eighteen years,
and never start out on a trip without
this, my faithful' friend," says H. S.
Nichols of Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a
man has used a remedy for thirty-
Eve years he knows its value and is
competent to speak for it. For sale
by Tallahassee Drug Co. 0
H. Vera, in the Kick Column of the
Jacksonville Metropolis, has the follow-
ing complimentary paragraph to the
worth angoodgood in "Our Bob" Gamble.
President and manager of the Florida
lee Manufacturing Co.. of Jacksonville,
probably the largest ice factory in this
portion of the South:
"I congratulate Jacksonville upon its
abundance of ice and its cheapness, so
the poorest of people can have the great
hauxry. Jacksonville is much better
favored in this respect than many other
ties, especially in the West, where ice
s scarce in summer. I also find the ice
here to be solid and firm, not mere
snow and frost, and it lasts well.
Everything in Jacksonville seems to be
good, better than at my former home."
Tallahaseeans general rejoice in
the great sucoes of Mr. Robert (am-
hie business. His enterprise and
god uasine jment and qualifnca-
i is ft carrying him to the front
as one of Florida's best young business
men. May he continue to be successful,
prosperomus and happy.
What Is Best for Indigestion?
Mr. A. Robinson of Drumquin, Onta-
rio, has been troubled for years with
Indigestion, and recommends Cham-
berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets
as "the best medicine I ever used."
If troubled with indigestion or const.-
pation, give them a trial. They are cer-
tain to prove beneficial. They are easy
to take and pleasant in effect. Price
26 cents. Samples free pt Tallahassee
Drug Co. 0
Presly Williams, whom Policeman
S Harvin caught on a roof where he was
hiding, after he had robbed J. W. Col-
l hna aBro.'s grocery store the second
time, was an old offender, having made
hi escape with two other colored youth-
ful prisoners from Reform School
Prison for Juvenile Offenders at Mari-
anna some time ago. He was too cun-
alfg to take a "na in the store as
was stated. He gone out on the
not and was in hiding, expecting to
Ap down later when he e lkd eate] the
Smses. Greasy spots on the roof
S .w where be had partaken of his
breakfast of stolen eatables too.
is n s to be the ftirt arrestof the
L i m= l Tallah- for a number
8 Mi d the o. eer in bob com-
MEMBERS OF NEXT LEOISLATURE
There being a dema ll for same, the
True Democrat cheerfully fhrnishes
District 1-J. H. B. Miller. Milligan.
District 2--John S. Beard, Pensa-
District 3-William W. Flournoy, De
District 4-Theop West, Marlanna.
District 5-R. P. Horsford, Oe Milli.
D1t: iet 6-James E. Broome,
District 7-D H. Sloan, Lakeland.
District S-John W. Henderson, Tal.
District 9-OGeorge W. Dayton, Dade
District 10--C. H. Leggett, Green-
Distrlt 11-Donald C. McMullen,
District 12-M. L. Cottrell, Oldtown.
District 13---. M. Hudson, Miami.
District 14-P. P. Cone, Lake City.
District 16-A. Z. Adkins. Starke.
District 16-T. 8. Davis, Fernan-
District 17-J. B. Johnson, Live Oak.
District 18-H. H. Buckman, Jack-
District 19-L. C. Massey, Orlando.
District 20-D. H. Baker, Orange
District 21-J. A. Williams, Cedar
District 22-William M. Girardeau,
District 23-I. N. Whitney, Lady
District 24-W. Hunt Harris. Key
District 25-Buell Cook. Chipley.
District 26-E. S. Crill. Palatka.
District 27-Joseph H. Humphries,
District 28-Frank W. Sams, New
District 29-W. E. Baker. Melrose.
District 30-W. H. H. McLean. Jas-
District 31-L. W. Zlm. St. Augus-
District 32-H. H. McCreary,Gaines-
S House of Representatives.
a Alachua-Syd. L. Carter, Galnep-
vllle; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.
a Baker-J. L. Kelly, Macclenny.
s Bradford-L. D. Wall, Starke; Er-
nest Knight. Lake Butler.
SCalhoun-E. S. Foftner, 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.
Dnval'-I. L. Farris, Jacksonville;
Frank E. Chase. Jacksonville.
Escambia-John P. Stokes. Pensa-
cola; C. L. Wiggin. Pine Barren.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, Carra-
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffy. Gretna; J.
SW. Sheppard. Greensboro.
Hamilton-L C. Register, Avoca; J.
W. Bynum, White Springs.
Hernando-F. L. Stringer, Brooks-
Hillsboro-John S. Taylor, Largo;
D. F. Pattishall. Plant City.
Holmes-G. W. Watford, Esto.
Jackson-W. E. B. Smith, Marianna;
J. H. Tidwell. Bascom.
Jefferson-S. D. Clarke, Monticello;
A. J. Boland, Thomas City.
Lake-J. R. Miller. Eustis; J. 8.
Lee-F. J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
Leon-A. S.WellsTallahassee; John
L. Neely. Tallahassee. .
Levy-W. J. Epperson. Bronson.
Lafayette-McQueen Chalres, Old-
Liberty-E. K. Thaggard, Bristol.
Madison-Charles E. Davis, Madi-
son: J. Ellis Blanton, Lee.
Manatee-D. F. Hull. Costatia.
Marlon-L. S. Light. Reddick; W. D.
Monroe-W. H. Malone, Jr.. Key
West; Charles L. Knowles. Key West.
Nassau-J. E. Cilkins, Fernandina;
A. E. Ogilvie, Calalhan.
Orange-A. B. Newton, Winter Gar-
den; James H. King. Oviedo.
Osceola-C. S. Acres. Kissimmee.
Pasco--P. C. Litell, Hudson.
Polk-J. A. Cox. Kathleen; W. J.
Durrance. Fort Meade.
Putnam-H. A. B. MaeKeanse, Pa-
latka; S. J. Hilburn. Palatka.
Santa Rosa-E. V. McCaskill, Bluff
Springs: A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
St. Johns-W. A. MacWilliams. St.
Augustine: C. J. DuPont, Matanzas.
St. Lucle--W. R. Hardee. Jensen.
Sumter-McGlena Terrell, Bushnell.
Suwannee-L. E Roberson. Live
Oak; Geo. W. Dempsey. Ellaville.
Taylor-W. T. Cash, Perry.
Volusia-James E. Alexander, De
Land: Macon Thornton. Ormond.
V'akulla-Walter L. Page. Wakulla.
Walton-J. F. Richbourg, Laurel
Wathington-R. L. McKenzile, Pan-
Chronic Diarrhoea Relieved.
Mr. Edward M. Henry, with the
United States Express Co., Chicago,
writes: "Our General Superintendent.
Mr. Quick, handed me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy some time ago to cheek
an attack of the old chronic diarrhea.
I have Umn it aaoe that time and
cured. mie on our trains .who have
been sick. I am an old soldier who
served with Rutherford B. Hayes and
William MKelnley four years in the
23rd Ohio Regiment. and have no all.
meat exopt chronic diarrhoea, whItl
this reedy stops at once. For sask
by Tallahassee Drag Co. *
- -OF -
POPULARITY an ENERGY!
In order to obtain new subscribers and to
encourage the payment of old subscrip-
tion 8ac nt se< .
THE tRUE DEMOCRAT
Offers to the Lady recd-t-g the
Highest number of
Magnificent $350.00 Pla
An instrument endorsed by many eminent
Musicians for its sweet tone, its lasting
quality and its artistic appearance. .
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:
- 100 votes
OVER DUE OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS.
Subscribers who are in arrears on past subscription
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 er 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.
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 8 disinterested parties, different
people being asked to serve eech week. They will attest
the correctness of the count.
This contest is not being conducted by traveling pro-
moters, but by the publisher of the True Democrat, who
guarantees a Fair Contest. No member of any family con-
nected by ownership in or employment with the paper will
be allowed to be a contestant; no ppers containing coupons
will be sold in bulk at a lower pace than is charged for a
single copy, and no coupons will be given away.
Is one of the best sold by the Jesse French Piano Co., ofMontgomery,
Ala., whose advertisement appears m this paper. It is a full sise 7
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding board, protected toning
pins, ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, etc., etc., and has a supberbly
finished mahogany ease. Its net (not list) value is $350.00. Its a
beauty to sam, a melodious charm to hear! Go see it at
D. R. COX'S FURNITURE STORE,
THEN GET TO WORK!
Address all letters containing votes to
CONTEST DEPARTMENT TRUE DEMOCRAT,
Do it fow and tcat!
- See Coupon Elsewhere.
i~im e ift u- Of
ams. lhas lott frot
beos prim to b ov te thate
oesd Ia n pas to Nt i
Hen. Rivers H. Buford, ot Qul
visited his Tallahassee friends a
Feerias i Fnleemai
We can give yoa some low gre] Bn
flooring we have a large quantity we
wish to move. Get our figures before
SPuhasng. Child Bros. 4
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the
best pills made. They are the well.
known, pleasant, gentle, prompt, little
liver pills. Insist upon Early Risers.
We sell and recommend them.. Sold
by Tallahassee Drug Co. -*
NOTICE IS HRRKBY GIVEN THAT SI
methe after the date o tBA peMbetde
heMI. I wilt present aor asmeounte to the
Coeety Jnd of Low moanty. Vrkd, sad MW
for mw disaga an dsa Gd the paus sad
July1W IS. 1 14m
N ...... --su e .
*' *MI hmsses axlstnlur* ter a
*meaf tte*WoodvileB supply CM ,. l
day dielvebd th mutual esimet, W. .I
m teh'im hit 4.tim with mid Ans. Tb.ut.
be esmaeted vWin future by ILG. L w
asadsthe Msa mea. sad fIrm, who assumes
Indebtednse .t maid Orm.
This bd d yrof July. 190 W. A. RuamR.
.2-4t H. 0. LAnw_.
N AUGUST FIRST. THE FIRM OF T. H.
O.Rando~ h A 8 will be doolved br matul
;oaMm Mr. H8u -d Randolph dtepoin of hi
intatwt toT. H. Raadolph. All aoounts due tho
faimMmt kLp=d br Aufust 10th. or they will be
placed In hand of an attoay for olloto.
An boue by the frm wlU be pid by T. H. Ra.
d&lph. T. H. RANDOLPr & SoN.
Ntices of AppUcatta to Se11 Real
CIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
5th day of Agust. A. D. I9W the edw-
elda Guardlu of themt stte JaMpe Abms
UMaad ha Shin, mnewir a
to wContY Jud-. of LOaR Ceuoty. Stoo d
Florida, at hiBoloointhe City of TalIau .In
um eant, at 10 o'clock a. m.. for uatr rto 0.
mlatPrvato m aleAl those omtia po ow pI.
situateuf.tfti$UP4a pmls Mt
t. *. .
elms tt atms th SoMdu : beifn uadt
West Bee ea( )iue.to mid le of ti
sed randin from Talla e ato U
ti&-ie elms Mdl diId road to the-
1" Stweae oeti d ove (11) ad
ad th South als id Seitdemt e Um
oeims tothe point of hbgnniag:aadasoeqt1b
wat fseetlos tas() thaTias SAASth
rs TMji A. HasD .aINL
WALT- A. DBULLT.
GuRka fLu td the eta of Chsul Alft
hnerambyf navtBrdyd *a.,
Two (2) well located
Lots, at Panacea Miner-
al Springs, one adjoianlg
Mr. T. H. Hall's lot at
Rock Landing, lot all
fenced in, and another
nereby, in a very desira-
ble location. These lots
are owned by non-resal-
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 County Lands for Sale
at Reasonable Prices.
I.have decided to cut a part of
my 1000 acre plantation up In*
small tracts, to suit satisfact
purchasers who would make gos
neighbors. This is s e of
very but agri a p idI
Leon Count. For
and prdos, addr- m"U---
I -. '
- b C -.
;F".: 77. : 71!
wifl enable you to shave a -sd of
very "8rly and -*o00y, 7; a fact, a
-mootly as to make ryou think It I
not shaving at all
-M WO R blM ade W thick eemgh to pesmith of a dep
eI temper and a fkanne of edg. which pomtively cam
mat be mued In any thin, waer-like, flexble blade.
The MW AIIt Safety Razor Outfit consist a
Triple Siver Plated Pram and
weglan sharp steel blades.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
sold sod Sasm&"sby
Nshing add" to or detracts from the
rfu o a oo more srthan the
T wishimp serve to belbs dthe
decorate effect; bt the Wall Paper is
the met comopiuous feature of the room
nd fiect to aritic taste of tOl oceopu.L
St4. cta.ry selections canot be made
frM a limited asoitment: the bet reAtsu
4- obt1-nd by comparison.
Alfred Peats "Prize" Wa Papers for
1906 or the wide.t ran-e of choice, from
"U che-pe- t that goodd to d besat that's
Samp. .ub.tfted and estimates r-.
JosN E. SPENCER, Agt.
49. W. McCarth. St.
TAlla a -ee, Florida.
In order to make room for my Fall
Stock, which will soon begin. to ar-
rive, for the next few days my entire
Will be offered at Reduced Prices.
Will make special
Lace Curtains, Hammocks, Porch Rockers Settees,
Refrigerators and Freezers.
Prices. Call and get prices and you
will be convinced.
TMAIASN E FLMITURE STORE.
S-E. THEUS, Propir.
NWBR CULINTON AND ADAMS STS.
-~ -. ,t.
Lester M. Nelson, of Naples. Maine,
says In a recent letter. "I have used
Dr. King's New Discovery many years,
for coughs, and colds, and I think It
saved my life. I have found it a relia-
ble remedy for throat and luon com-
plaints,. and would no more be with-
out a bottle than I would be without
food." For nearly forty yemas New
Discovery has stood at the head of
throat and lung remedles. As a pre-
veUtive of pneumonia, and heater of
weak lnsP It has no equal. fSd&ider
gumeteNO by all drnglstA. h and
-l. T", bottle tow.
91W Stumps i to *eder at
1WYOU" Mas ReMedyI
a t omu r bbud"
-' me IB -do w
One National Cash Reg-
ister, 6 Drawer Base.
Used less than one year.
In perfect condition.
Change in store system
cause for selling. A bar-
gain for some one.
Jeff. D. Ferrell,
General Repir Shop.
Hore Shoeing by an ex-
pert who hai had years
of experience. .
A po~ Ia of the g Me
On account of hink, is what you
frequently bear about some very smart
men. The drink or drug habit can be
lured permanently'and good men saved
to their families. Write at aeme for
confidential information to
THa KEELBY INSTITUTE,
24 Jacksonville, Fla.
Thinks It aved His Life.
Lo-t is Pestitle
Haindle and 12 Nov-
M le the a~hituw CA
w-jj i,&ecw~e we vive you good
PWsnik4e athe y9ood mon~ey'you
(I~eae tAngn y u ~& aoie
aU d4 enh4p &,s4 's"
Dot R. COX FURNITURE CO.
A ~'d1~~ -
A Boon to Elderly People.
Most elderly people have some kid-
ney or bladder disorder that is both
painful and dangerous. Fooley's Kid-
ney Remedy has proven a boon to
many elderly people, as It stimulate
the urinary organs, corrects irregulari-
ties and tones up the whole system.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy at once and be vigorous. Sold
by all druggists. C
w ae iit ffie
-% _* ',
THE TRUE DEMOCRAT.
JOd, cG. CULLta. tublkiser.
rPUL"-Ii f '.7, YlY i))AY MURNI'GQ.
For Predidentlal Electors:
H. P. BAILEY. P. W. TL.ER.
ROBERT E. DAVIS. (E0O. C. MARTIN,
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
FIr Representative In Congreas-Third Con
greslosnal DistrIt :
IANN'TTE II. MAYS.
b AIBERT W. (ILCUIIS'r.
For Coiomtroller :
AL(ONZO C. 'ROOM.
For Treasurer :
WIIL.IAM V. KNOTT.
For Secretary of State:
II. CLAY CItAWFORD.
For Attorney.(;eneral :
For Superlntendent of 'uhllc Instruction:
WII,.IAM M. HOLLOWAY.
COUNTY TICKET. 11
For Memeisoner of the Ariclature:
For County Jtudge : |
BENJAMIN A. M:(;NNISS. t
For rk irSupremit Court : t
IlENIFY N FEIoKEI.
WIIL|AM M. LANGCSTON. 1
For Tax Assessor : o
WILI.IAM A. AMES. tO
For Tax collectorr : t
WASTER A. SIiKMII.I.Y.
For u nterent of Public Intructionr :
For County Treasudrer :
B ENJAMIN ......... IINNS.
For u Taxrsr tsessoron :
WILLIAM P. CHAIES.
For County ax purveyor :
VALTIE J. ItANDOLPII.
County Coutmlyesioner :
W. D. ETOI'TAMIRE. W.. AItGISTEi.-
J. W. COrLINS, uper. JstrNat N. i
SAMUEL S. CRUMP.
Forchool Board : t
DAWSON BOATWRIGHT. 7:
IOHN H. PATTERSON, D. R. CON. M
Jadge Wolfe at Jacksonville. %
Largely attended and enthusiastic
was the convention last evening of
Monteflore Lodge No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, which was presided over in an
able and graceful manner by Vice-
Chancellor William H. Tucker. The
Hon. J. Emmett Wolfe, of Pensacola,
Judge of the First Judicial Circuit, and
Grand Chancellor of the Grand Lodge of
Florida, met with a most cordial and
hearty reception. On behalf of Monte-
Gore Lodge he was welcomed to the
city by Deputy Grand Chancellor Wil-
Miam H. Sebrming and Vice-Chancellor
Tucker ; on behalf of S. S. Davis Lodge
No. 15, by Chancellor Commander El-
lott B. May, and on behalf of Dixie
Lodge No. 102, by Past Chancellor Or-
m J. Hill.
The address of the Grand Chancellor
Wolfe was eloquent and masterly, he
d.masling various subjects of interest
to the order. He praised the local
lodg for the great good they are se-
pahing on fraternal lines, for the
Impressive manner in which
their teams confer the ranks of the or-
der and for the bond of unity which
his them in close touch with each
other. Judge Wolfe is a lawyer of
meh ability, and has thousands of
warm friends in all parts of Florida.
He is accomplishing wonderful results
for Pythian Knighthood.-Jacksonville
Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold.
A. 8. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indiana,
writes: "Last year I suffered for three
aniths with a summer cold so dis-
tresaai that It Interfered with my
belaeass. I bad many of the symptoms
of hay fever, and a doctor's prescrip-
tUaa did not reach my case, and I took
sweral medicines which seemed only
to aggravate It. Fortunately, I insisted
upon having Foley's Honey and Tar.
It quickly cured me. My wife has since
and Foley's Honey and Tar with the
eame success." Sold by all druggists. *
Items Freom the Pema.
The Secretary of the Seamse.
The Starke Telegrph does Colone
Thomas J. Appleyard no more thai
justice, we believe, when it says
"Hon. Thomas J. Appleyard. editor of
the Lake City Index, will be a candi-
date for Secretary of the State Senate.
It is doubtful if there is another man
in the State so well qualified for the
position, and the Senators will make no
mistake if they restore him to the posi-
tion that he filled so efficiently for ten
or twelve years." The Gainesville Sun
adds: "At the risk of again being
termed a 'Cuckoo' we will state that
'Ap.' has proved himself the most effi-
cient Secretary the Senate has haddur-
ing the past sixteen years.,'
$00 Reward, S1.
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 giving the pa-
t ient strength by building up the consti-
tution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The prop tore have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
hat it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Aug. 16-tf.
Trinity M. E. Church. South. L S. Patterson,
astor.-Services Sunday at 11 m. and 7:30 p. m.
junior Epworth Le~agie. .w p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members requested
attend. The public and strang ra specially in-
ted to worship with us.
Presbyterian Church. Rev. Win. H. Zieler. Pas.
or.-Reular services at 11 o'clock a. m.. and at
30 o'clock p. m. Sabbath school at 9-30 a. m.
idweek services on Wdnw"-ay m venin at 740
First Baptist Church. Rev. J. A Prett, Pastor.
erviese: Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:Mp. m.: Bible
school. 9:4 a. in.: Junior B. Y.P. U.4o'clock p. .
nior B. Y. P.. Friday at S6M p.m,; Prayers
raise service Wednesdayr evenig at 7:0 p: m.
St. John's Episcopal Church: Sundays and Hdy
ys. 7:30 a. min. Holy Communion-Sundays 11
n.. and 8 p Wednesday. s p. m. Friday,
p. m. Choir practice after service. Sunday
Ihool at 10 o'clock every sunday morning.
Christian Science.--Srvice are held e ry Su
day at 11 o'clock a. m and Wodnedsy *ving a
8 o'clock p. m.. in the front room. eeoad story. a
the buidins east of the postofiee This room
also used as a Christian Science reading me
and ia open daily except Sunday nd FrId
afternoons, between the borsof 10 and 1 o'lod
a. n. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All are eordiall
invited. The Sunday School is held Sunday morn
ina from 10 to 10:45
Catholic Church-Rev. P. J. Bresnahan, pastor
Masm and sernno at 9 a. m. on the lt, 2d and 4tJ
Sunday of ach Lmoath; Roary and Benedic
tion at 6. m. On. the thid Sunday mass at 7
m. ; no afternoon wr"mi
EXAMINATION TEIT 00BOS.
STATE OF FOIJDA, EDUCATIONAL DE
Tal1.az s FAL&. June S, 1So
The following isa a tof Text-Dooksto be used
as the basis of the September 1 :
OrCph-Re 's Wa dl Lemons (Sk.). My.-
nard. M rl Co.. New Terk.
Redimar-Any stadarJ t will answer.
Composltio-Mazweim and mlith's Writing in
Enslash (.). American Book Co.
Arithmted--MUlr' Standard (6e.), Amereian
Book Company. Atlanta Ga.
English Grumamr-Mstear (e(.), Ameriea
Florida Hisor- Brevard and WBnett's [S0e.J.
American Book Company. ad Fadirfmbal'. H.
W. B. Drw a. Jacksonville, ia.
U. EL Hd's Grommar sebo4Sl.O.],
Geo r A idway as Natural Advaned
[$1. A Book Company.
S-Colmauum's 1 me tsof [e(W). The
MwaeM81aUQ uy Atlanta, Ga.
Civil O .n..et-yoeulmsi Uvil ovim~mt
of Floridaad the UnitedSat 1O. 3 0
Painter Compea. Deland. Florida.
Alve~a-Musae HRih School [1.00]. Amrleas
Pby ld mGeraphy-Tarr's New (sIAOJ. The
MaiMlea Com-r, Atlanta. Ga.
Theory ns d Pmratio-For anI dSS--m
~room l-M slt, by B .h Th M-
These books may be had of most book dealers in
the State, or from the publishers bmaril, post-
paid, on receipt of price.
W. M. HOLLOWAY.
17 State Superintendent PubUe Instruction
TwliT Journal has again changed 70 000 T L R Ap[
hands, md Cohn H. Thomson its editor 20POO OP
sad G. E. Maddox, its manager, call it A w Ar 1
te Quincy Moo. rom the Moon we OPERATOR N
e the following Items: -
Jules Solomon, of Tallahassee, was
here today mingling with his many YmON m 'RE A E TOURSELVES
friend..-....William C. Hodges, Fred lO b YONG OtM YOURsVE
T. Myers, Judge Geo. P. Raney, and W. l m.
J. Oven of Tallahassee-......Attorney FOR GOOD OSITIONS.
John W. Henderson, the genial and
handsome State Senator from Leon
conty, was here last Monday, mingling On account of the new 8-hour law
with his many friends-..-. udge Geo. passed by Congress in the interest of
P. Raney, and Col. W. J. Oven of Tal- telegraphersa and also on account of so
lahassee, his law partner, were here on many new railroads being built and old
legal business in a chancery case before lines extended an unusual demand for
Judge John W. Malone, last Tuesday operators has been created. Conserva-
..... Jesse O'Neal who raised only six tive estimates have placed the number
acres of tobacco this year, has sol and of additional Operators that will be re-
delived it, amounting to eight thousand quired durng thenext ten months at
pounds, to the American Delia Tobacco approximately 20,000.
Co., at Tallahassee and he received' YOUNG MEN NOW IS YOUR :OP-
fifty cents a pound for it. !PORTUNITY! Enroll in our School
NOW and in only four to six months we
J. R. McDaniel and G. I. S. Watt, of will have ou qualified for splendid pa-
Tallahasee, are in the city on business itions. T iegraph Operators receive
from the Capital, being guests of the from S0.00 upwards. Our school has
Everett.-Metropolis, 22. been established twenty years; Its
-- dagerou we equipment is perfect; instructions
Delay In anything is bad, but it is pos. thorough and practical; positions posi-
Itvely dangerous when there Is some- tively garanteed our graduates. Board
thing wrong with your kidneys. Don't ir.n awa* s is very cheap; the town is
wait until tomorrow. Get something healhl aad the people are cordiaL
that is to be depended upon to help Two Mabe Line Railroad Wires run Into
you promptly at such times. The one our eshool rooms. No other school in
rim dy above all others that we sug- the United States has sch up-to-date
gat Is DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder and facilities for the benist of
IN. They are antiseptic and almost its W*t Write onc for fr-n,
Ilstantly relieve barkheee rheumatic literature.
p i and sM bladder and kidney trou- 3j96 0cr l M Tcbad-
1e We "al them. Bold by Talluahas- A ,m -m l-J
Af 0 Asnft Uinm LOI
Ior Rest I
On Bronaugh street, nice lot, feed
room and loft. and two stalls in same,
y a bu d harss room, two blocks
from Monroe street. Apply at this
For the next sixty days we will make
a liberal diseoueton all spot cash orders
for flooring, o sg ad novelty siding.
It will pay you to lvetgatoe.
S-tf CCn.u Baos.
-. -._ --. .-
Aetive at 87.
This would be unusual news it men
and womem would keep themselves
tree from haumstlam sat all aches
aad palms a well a beeping thMr
muacles Md jats IBamb wth Bl-
*^r RussL C
~ .~vLT. ~.-
J. R. MILLER,
Dr. E. I. ARMSTRONG,
Home Offce up stairs la West Build-
ing, Corner Bay and Laura Streets,
Dr. Armatvag who has am elimd on
the eyes and its reflex trmbles for 16
years will make regular profeeoal
visits to Talaha the first Monday
of each mouth, offering those who
may wish high class professional service
an opportunity to obtain same, nervous-
ness headache, croam ) es and hrodic
troubles overcome without drugs knife
or operation. Office at Bloxham Hotel.
One day only. Next visit Sept., 7th.
T. B.eBYRD &CO.
Always Handle the Purewt
and lest Groceuies, Con-
is the only way to describe the poor
child that is afflicted with worms. No
matter how much or how often it eats,
the worms get all the nourishment
, from the food, the child gets practical-
ly none. White's Cream Ver iftge
gets rid of the worms quickly, easily
and with no bad after-efects. Priest,
U5 cents a bottle. Sold by Harde.
Smith Co., draists. *
Dr. Arnstrm ea alyas be asa at
Mroth. Any cue hav*ig
Panacea Springs Hotel
Cleans Panama Hats
Makes Them New.
Also Clemans and Puts in
First-class shape all
Kinds of Hats.
Cleaning, Kepairing and
Passing Clothes a Specialty.
J. H, HORTOI
All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
Plumbing a SpecWty,
r q .
Phone 41 or see
0. H. AVERITT
foriall kinds of
of any kind,
ftIoEI s I a
Good Teams for
Mrs. H. Pope
Ht. D. Pratorlto.,
UNDER TS K
Ouwt of tem
WeV" -- ,
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
J. I. 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 Panacea 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.
If You're Hit.
The Crisis is Past
The Situaion is clearing
The Cure is in Work.
The House that wants
Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
Gas Fitting, Priviate
Water and Light
I J. PHILLIPS.
I II l
las a Complete Stock of
It can be bought in
nall quantities or in the
HOLMES DRUG CO.,
For Sale I
Aft Ah Alk Aft AIL Am An dlm A
A few small farms, improved
and unimproved, in good locali-
ties. Apply to
I **- .
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,
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.
otiee of Application for Tax Deed
o Qh in Acda e with Sections
S 74 and 57675 of the General Statutes of
the State of Florkida.
~JOTc iS HEREBY GIVEN THAT GZORGE
Turnea urchaser of Tax (wUrtiicate Nuam-
emd dted August Gth. 1W6. has filed Msaide-
tisa e in my od*e and made application for tax
ded to issue in accordance withtw maid ow-
tlseate embraces the following decrtbed prop-
arty, situate In Len county Stato of Florida. to-
wit: Lot numbered fifteen SJ in the sothwst
tr of e tion thirty-one 11] in township one
sor th atof ra one (1) east. of St. Augustine
mneh tots. JC. Dyers survey of lands of G.
A. Chairn, as pe plat record la Deed Book P.
Pic 01 c nn 1 07-1000 acres, om or lo.
-A I-ft dsesk af* A th tt
EES LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUGS LAW
An laprovs.ment over many Cough, Lung and Bronchial RomeIes. because It ride til
system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowela. No op tMe. Guaranteed to giWv
eatishetion or money refunded. Prepared by PINBULI MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. U. S. A.
WF Y KIhNFY (CiDF
W W. Jams. Unles sad ertlflat sa be M-
dem.d according to aw, tax eed wilu t
21st day of August. 1908 --
SEAL. HENRY T. ELKL
26-t Clerk Circuit Court. county .
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Given in Accordance with Sections
574 and 575 of the General Statuteg of
the State of Florida.
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT WIL.
LIAM GAMBL purchase of Tax Certif-
cate Numbered Oe, L dated the sixth day at Au-
rust. A. D. 190ha. filed sid artiteain my
nthe Nfowng* dcApI dti for tax d s toais ne
In acomlnee with _law. aid m -
b s le s s am certificateshwll be redeemed =-Z lt haDing of
k U Do ttriskhaving.m of ida. towit: L numbered
gemed to law, tax dead will issue theresn on eight. the southwest quartmeroetsctm
-E d .NRStembe A.. L ELW ill cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright'. Disease o. ant as at
i AHENRY T. EL__. ,K beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabete. 3& ofQP A- rpis-
Clerk rcurit Court. Leaon county, Fla 1000 of an cr .
Te aMid Iad bnb aissaMSd at the date of e
Notlee of Application for Tax Deed there, on the 16th day of September. A. D. 1908 Certificate Numbered 2,. dated the th day of Notice of Application for Tax Deed Kiu oa mUaimlesS a teinte name oLas
Given in Accordance with Sections4dayomy ture sealthis As 1906.ha certi tenm ofice Given in Accordance *ith Sections .,ito law tax deedwillsuthe
Puv m n .- m v 14th day of August. 190L and made application for tax deed to l e in c-t.,. .. ,, ,ept mwed INS.
574 and 575 of the General Statutes of ( aLi). HENRY T. IFLKEL, conrdace with law, sad certificate embraces the 574 and 575 of the General Statutes th ""my of lebma,. A. D. 190. o.
the State of Florida. 6-it Clerk Circuit Court. LAon County. Fla. following described property. situate in Leon of the State of Florida. watd my o Rfalsstur and eal ths the
RY GIVEN TAT LEVY Notice of Application for Tax Deed tat o datowit The southeast NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE o ALt HENRY T. FELKEL
NH arREBYrotheGIVEnNrthestTHATeVYueNotice. ofApplicationt.for Tax Deed quarter of thnorthwast quarer ofsetion 'N... P. William La.nd Cc,._purharNofTTax
purchaser Tax Crtii N given in Accordance with Sections 574 twent-four, 24, in town one, th r c t27 Clerk Circuit Court. Leon county .
b j It. dated Augustt6. 16.M has filed msad c- giSn iw thS et.on ftwe.ny eo 4..intainin o.. m h frtct [numbern44, dated the 6th day of Au O-
in a my oe and made appieation for tax and 575, of the General Statute of t t gut. A. D. 1906. hased id certicate in my Stteet
The land being ssesed ath the date of I: gu. A. D. 1106. has file ,ai ate in ,y
to in aecordanwitlaw, th State of Florida. ane of id certificate in the name of B. Ta ie and made application for tax deed to ssue
embhessthe following described p .... .!eo B T n accordance with law. Said certificate embraces Made as required by Section 2. Chapter
nla ton county.g tatesofc=ribd ICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT E. C. lor. Unless maid certificate shall be redeemed me- the following described property. situate in LeonActs .
t Tallahassee. to-wit: T. C. Lot Num mith, purchaser of a Certificate number cording to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the county. State of IFlorls. to-wit: The west half Showing the amount of taxes charged to the
1M 0. P. 10. dated August h 106 has filed said certificate 16th day of September., A. D. 1908 of the southwest quarter of section nine. 9. in "Tax Coector" of L County Florids, t
ai land being insmdc at the date of thenl my o1ie and made application for tax deed to Witness my official signature and mal this the townshitwo.outh of range on 1. west, con collect for the current year 137. and tiena
ege ala d certificate ithe name of Ella Isse i accondanes with law. Said certifcate 14th day of August. 1908. nintr aere no or lwes. The aid land be- tonmat of the sae to the several funds
Unless. saidertate shall be mdeemed embraces the folowlag described property, situ-. EAL. HENRY T. E ing se ed at thedate of the issuance of Mid which taxes have been leied:
tolaw, tax dead will lese thereon on ate In Leon county. State of Florida. to-wit: The 25-6t Clerk Circuit Court. Lon crusty. la. ertficate in the name of William McCabe estate. T
e lat V ,oaN September. A. D. 1m0eL northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, and f Ta $2 M n ihall am TIVth n .-- ..
t my oSial signature and tals this the the northeast quarterter of Notice of Application for a in t law tax deed will icue thereon on the IGth Amount to Au t 1 4ya-l .
m day Ausust. 1S5 section thirty., 30. In township two. t. north of Given in Accordance with Sections day of September. A. D. 19M. -Blan..
[Zf.t] HENRY T. FELKEI, rane thrle, emt, containing 80 acres more or 574 and 575 of the General Statutes of Witnes y official signature and seal this the Balac........-.............. .a
9-k Clerk GOlcult iourt. Leon county.r Ps. ls. The island being messed at the date of 1 of F^r 4th day of August. IN. APPORTIONMENT.
the issuanceof said certificate in the ama otr e tate of Florida. (AL) HENRY T. FELKEIs GeneralRevenue 0 I O0
Notice of Application for Tax Deed ar t Edwards. UnleAs maid certificate shall OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 2-6t Clerk Circuit Court. ILon County, Fla. Amountpaidto Aueust I, W-.- 1 1.
Given in Accordance with Slctiona "- m hd according to law tax deed wI .... j p. Williams Land ., .. purchaser of Tax; LnCoty-a.......p..d.t.1. uSchoo
574vem anoh thro Oea the day of Septembr. A. D. 190 certlficateNumbered 2Mdatedlthe 6th day ofAu- Notice of Application for Tax Deed AmountM paidto Augut 1. l I 19.M- 31
674 and 5756 of the General Statutes of witn. my official signature andseal this the gust. A. D. 1908. has filed said certificate In my I Given in Accordance with Sections Polls ............... .. I.So.00
the State ot Florida. 14th day Of August, 19 E. office and made application for tax deed to sse in 4 nd 575 of e General SAont to Aug. -
(@AL) HLENRY T. FELKEL. ordne with law, id ertfict 574 and 575 of the General Statutes n pa to u. 0
OTICI 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT S. D. 2 -t Clerk CircuiteCourt Loon Count la teoa wtngccot ldchtla.ie Fine and Forfeture. 210.00 a
Se Auutthi, s fiteda Sd Notice of Aplication for Tax Deedcounty.Stateof Florida. to-wit: The m.th wet OTICE I8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Roads d Br.idge .. .. ....
in and ad pletlon i Gi rdice with Secton quarter of the southeast quarter of stion eigh J. P. Williams land Co.. purchaser of Tax Amount paid to Aug. 1. n1908.. 8.904 91- 1.130.37
to ssu aso sadane w it a sonhGiven in CCordale wi: teen, 18. In township two. 2, south of range two, Certificate number 52. dated the 6th day of pecial School. District No. 1. 5.12Lj.0"
wies thhe fwl. deser l -574 and 575 of the Gt neral Statutes of L east, containing 40 acres, more or lse A ugust. A. D. 1906. has filed sa'd certificate IAmount paid to Aug. 1. 1908. 4.381.3-- 747.42
ai a, .ees-ty State of ,he o f oi, The said land beinr aasesed, at the dat.M of the in my offle and made application for tax deed to
._. eS .sttofM the S e of Florida. iisuane of aid certificate. in the nameef W. B. issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
partsoft s a t quar6 i tow owth- OTICS Is =EREBY GIVEN THAT THE Taylor. Unkess said crtifica .e shall b re- embraces the following described property, situ- t 6t.91
sesuthSS and J P. WHillems Land Co. purases of Tax deemed according to law. tax deed will imae there- ate in Leon county. State of Florida, to-wit: The AClerk of iruit HrL T. Fr.KEL.
'gJPthree. atyn math ia Cardleate NuambereN d 21. date the th day of Au- on on the lth day of September. A. D. 11@ northwest quarter of the northeast quarterof sr. 'r ofrcuitCort, Leon County. Florida.
and -- ---- M--comakie public a gust, IMg has filed eaid rtiftate n my office, Witnes my official signature and seal this the tion fourteen. 1, in township two. 2. mouht, of August 1It. 1908.
la s loro tl edteof t M I lcaton for tax ded t t ue in ac. 14ti day of August. 190. range two. 2. wt. eont ar.inr 40 res more In the Circuit Court of Florida .2 J-
land.blawmta.o at the dateof h M dane with law. Maid certificate embrac the (HSA1L; IIENRY T. FELKEL. or less. The sid land being annid t -,.,nthe CircuitC. _urt of rForida. 2dU-
UsessaideOrtMcateshalth redmd ae L. following desribed Party. aituate in I.m An S -t ClerkCircuit Court. Leon county. Fla. the date of the isuance of said certificate dicial Circuit for Leon County. Flor-
to s ,a e t deed wiyatall t t r, t ate oi.a to-wit: The fractional in the name of Willi m McCabe estate. ida
to5on 3 t lf I wof tha southast quarter.0 a e t f T Unless ad certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ar o teAbr.AD. l s, t e treatilsu southeast quarter of the aorthiast Notice of Application for ax Deeu ing to law. tax deed will is Lhereon on the 16th Jonathan J. Teetsel. Complainant. vs. Annie E.
t tearGt. 30ace the fractional west half of the Given in Accordance with Sections day of September, A. D. 1908. Tetsel. Defendant-Divorce.
-X IY T. yELKE, amth t quarter, *sa~cne. all i nsectil twenty- 574 and 575 of the General Statutes of Witnesmmy official signature and seal this the T HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BY
k sreelk ft oaItLm county alst a intowamship ofae northlofraense thr', the State of Florida. 14th day of August. 10. the amfidarit of the complainant. Jonathan J.
w_ ae. d all southot the Okockaoe RS oriv (MaL) HENRY T. FELKEL. Tetsel tha the residenceof the defendant, An-
ftio l sedeia twtymS t,. in t T ownshi OTICP IS HEREBY 'GIVEN THAT THE 25-6 Clerk Circt Court. Lmeo CAuly. Fla. ale teel. is not in Florida. but is at Smeath-
eta f Applieation for -Tax Deed -nhatese e nSiS N P.-Wolnam Land Co.. purcham st Tax Pa that there is no person the State o
a aicordace ,WMith Seed t aem a e a mWOfW ee n ta ntthe N Certatifie Numba"3da s dated the 6th Au- Notice of Applicatibn for Tzax Deed, rida a subpoena sered upon w
td m 5 of the General Statutes -a9 -M*or* less. t sumt. A. D. 111. has filed aid .i gIn my Given in Accordance with Sections wasld bind the said defndt. and that the
satte of Fotrie. oo wias 1 1 made aplicatica for taxde 574 and 575 of the General Stautes of defendant is over thea twmet y
ieds .b U ta e ciw ll b?. e the fooIideral_ property. sitatee e the State of Florida. Annie Tet del. be mand she is hereb ured to
tot2Winhssh.w A. s auass", State of Fdorisd. tewit: Te eaW half OTIC I HRkBY GIVEN TH T MRS. pear to the complaiant's bil t n
tsll a"t '"' the s' Tbeat quarter and the south qumar. M ra BShie, as Exeutrix of the Estate of Monday, the hh af OctiOtbr A. D. 1 that
tas m to aato thirty. 0, Ba to-wasilp one L aseth B. A. SuIA. Sr., deceased. whieh said R. A. Shine, this order be public one a wwk ourue-
t 180011111 1. west. eaatamnl s as ma, more t.. wasa t bahe r o Tax Certifloeete Num- asive weeks In the "Waek True Democrat." a
mi S beszid t A the sixth. A. I. 116 1ad aewspsaer Is the city of Talabmes.e, inthe aid
aw* eb C outrt. Lao sa-i.rl. T M ISed ba-" iii at tin et theaow tam eaM Mra Laws Shiva. essetris aa easoty s aid State.
S ipu of A or ThIs D d OW am theheeT haa na .aadartlasste in my gas and Witeas. Henry T. Fealke. Clerk Circit Court
^t te4S O nm M ftenu sd rtee e -*- daad t Ia a aesord- for Laoe emat Pteride. aad gal others. thit
l liB Wit" SetiNA a to ta ded am w law. a Mate iases te tel. Auest a2th. A. D. 1M
Ci SdSg t Statutsein aofX '-or seinuA.. iRNTy T. E l
********** ******z ir^ i t~~fctff al^ WUKTO igH y j^-i i*- atfj t~aty. oaaa< yy~11 *?<
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during the dinner hours was among the
TH' TRVU DEMOCJRAT enjoyable. Mrs. Robert Baidette, in
Joanx G. COLas. Ptlsher. one of her addresses on household com-
mon-place work, enjoined o us to
simplify, classify,jollif and glorify,
PWHrV^EDEVERY FRIDAY MORNING. pyIea pg^ofy
__,__________________ota___ the last were carried outby the guests
this day, and the committee did the rest,
INTERKSTING NIETING WONANS but from all appearances the first prop-
CLUL oeition was completely ignored. The
fifteen hundred came out of the dining
(Continued from first page.) pavilion with beaming countenances
tion, entered that vast audience aroee and a magnificent rose in her hand.
to its feet, and again when Mrs. Julia The last trip planned was to historic
Ward Howe came in, the pet and hon- old Plymouth, and pronounced by some
orary vice-president of the State Fed- the banner trip of all. We saw where '
ration. She is eighty-nine years old our Pilgrim fathers first trod American
and quite feeble, sat through one num- soil, where they worshipped and where
ber and then passed out. Another old at last they were buried, and sitting
lady, Mrs. Gov. Gordon, of Milwaukee, there in the old cemetery under the Lin-
eighty-two years of age, received at- den tree which was wide spreading and
tention. full of bloom, I asked the sexton what
With Tuesday afternoon, came the it was and he said the English Linden,
five-hour sail down the Boston harbor so I gathered a spray to bring you.
as far as Gloucester out into Massachu- There were many curious epitaphs, one
setts Bay and return. A box luncheon among them was, "One year and seven
and a pound box of Lowney's candy was months, heaven knows what man he
served to fourteen hundred club wo- might have made. but we know he died (
men. This courtesy was extended by a tmo;t rare boy."
the merchants of Boston. Trains always brought us back in time
The convention was formally opened for the evening sessions. Discussions
Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Platt Deck- from the floor were always ir.teresting. I
er in the chair. Mrs. Howe aruse in her This evening the subject was, "Social
age and feebleness to extend greetings Amenities.' It ran all one way for
and was introduced by Mrs. Decker as awhile, telling of the great pleasure and
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe of the "universe gratification to the recipient of wedding '
at large," seeing that she does not be- gifts, showers, &c. Finally, a lady said,
long to Boston or Massachusetts or "Madam President, this is all very fine, e
even to the United States exclusively. but there is another side to this ques- c
She read with a good voice but could not tion. The wedding gift mania has t
stand to finish, but sat, and her last reached an unreasonable point and some a
words were, "I say unto you start one with moral courage will have to call i
from the present, hope every good a halt. If a spirit of love prompts the z
thing, trust no easy going methods and giving, then it is a beautiful idea, but
may God keep thy heart." The presi- a senseless competition is ruinous. The I
dent responded to the welcomes in be- poor bride-to-be in many cases is show-
half of the general organization and ered nearly to death before the wed. a
said in part, "May there go out from ding." The following unique sugges- c
the walls of this convention hall a pulse tion was quoted by the out-look com- r
which shall send the lite-blood of unsel- mittee from a hotel keeper and caused t
fish service into the hearts and lives of much laughter, "Let every engaged i
all the women of America." couple register the engagement with c
Mrs. Decker makes a charming pre- the clerk of the court twelve months c
siding officer, with her magnetism, before marriage," and Mrs. Decker 8
ready wit and good humor, and a full quickly said, "don't laugh, I believe
share of courage, enthusiasm, tact, this scheme would be one of the best
sympathy, untiring energy and unlimi- things we could find to remedy the di-
ted physical endurance, and with appa- vorce evil. You don't have to marry
rently little effort she sways the multi- him because you register. It's a good i
tude sitting at her feet. test isn't it to be engaged twelve I
Wednesday morning was the first months to one man." f
business session, and all the days which Boston's Public Library must not be t
followed were taken up with plain, overlooked. It is a great treasure house
practical subjects, such as "child la- of learning, and well deserves the at- I
bor," "industrial education." "forres- tention of the stranger. It is a grand a
try, "food sanitation," "the suppres- study from its massive front doors all
sion of tuberculosis," &c., with just around the walls to the vaulted dome s
enough of the literarature, art and edu- and every inch speaks for education as
cation thrown in. Altruism seemed to the best safe-guard of a people. One of
constitute the personnel of this immense the greatest studies of al the Mural
body, estimated all the way from eight decorations is, "The Guest of the Holy
to twenty thousand. One of thespeak- Grail," ending with the achievement in
ers said, "he never saw or heard of so the fifteenth panel, where the just man T
large a body of people so close together is made perfect and Galahad is one with
and so good nature and unjostled, ex- God.
sept in the cemetery." We were fa- As the closing days of the convention I
vored with addresses by such notables drew nigh there were anxious hearts as F
among the "men club women," as Mrs. to the result of the election of officers
Decker calls them, as Governor Guild. for the ensuing two years. It was all
of Massachusetts, Mayor Hibbard, of serene, quiet and dignified on the sur- w
Boston, Prof. Yueblin, Thomas Nelson face compared to the two national elec- T
.Page, James Canfield, Enos Mills and tions in Denver and Chicago, when it.
Senator Beveridge, of Indiana. was impossible to maintain any kind of
A very interesting report came from order.
the Isthmus of Panama. Miss Roswell Some one has remarked that with the D
having been sent by the government to addition of more of the spiritual ele- ti
the canal zone as a club woman, to cre- ment, the proceedings of this great
ate social interest and family life by or- ninth bi-ennial would be a grand and
ganizing clubs for the women as a perfect success.
means of remedying the unrest and dis-
satiafaction which was grievously afflict- Just a little Cascasweet is all that is s
ing them. She was there five months necessary to give your baby when it
and organized eight clubs with five hun- is cross and peevish. Cascasweet con- 1
dred members. She quoted from a New tains no opiates nor harmful drugs, s
York daily, "while it took the big stick and is highly recommended by moth- d
to create the canal zone, it required a ers everywhere. Conforms to the Na-
far more delicate instrument, the 'wo- tonal Pure Food and Drugs Law. Sold ti
mama's club' to make them all happy." by all druggists. *
The social feature on this occasion was ____________
very elaborate. Receptions, garden ..
parties, "at homes" and excursions,
quite enough to extend throughout a 4)t
whole season, to be done in one week.
Every afternoon electric ears were in A
line at the doors to take those wishing
for the outings. The second trip was to n
Concord, passing through Lexington. ,
Arlington and many interesting laces i
of Revolutionary fame. A box lunch-
eon was provided of lettuce sandwiches, D
Anericat cream cheese, little cakes,
eber#ies and peaches. The ears at length _s
stopped ata cool, grassy lawn, where l
the Concord club received us, serving ice -
sold fruit punch and wafers, and then "
auto and buggy drives about the pretty
Little town, tarrying awhile at such T
places aa the Alcot home, Hawkins and
Emersons, Mrs. Lsthrop now owns 5 ,
Hawthorne Cottage and received in the .[
shade of her own vine and fig tree, "
while others were inside to show the b
aes ts over the house. This is the house FOR SAILOR BOYS I
Hawthorne celebrated in his "Mosses 3 to a Yoars Old o
trom an old Manse." The next trip was P
to Radcliff College by trolly, some moreive uit
refreshments, thence by automobile via A dainty, inexpensive suit R
Prospect Hill, where the first flag was for wear all year round, that p
unfurled after the Revolutionary war. has won instant popularity r<
From there on throu h North Cam- ith parm. and youmgsters h
bridge to Sommerville where Mrs. 0ith parents and youngstAe'
Decker and other club women were re- rity
ceiving at the men'e Club House. .y, -Mde guIrtea, with blue is
The "play day" at New Port was collar hidomely set off with i
chocked full of good things for the inner lae anchor buttons. Cut n a
man as well as otherwise. There we be iustitrChamnedtosaIcWe D
had the sweetest and best clams. On suit. ivinS the child two sults
arrival of the trains there awaited the for the price f one .4 o 2
guests all sorts of vehicles, over seven ] you love your youngster re
hundred in number, to take them over
the lovely drives and avenues of this make him happy, handsome
beautiful, famous summer resort, and and manly with one of c
return in time for the most wonderful then attractive garments
clam-brake Rhode Island ever saw. these attractive garment
There were ifffteen hundred different
temperaments but with, peaps--the Oy $2.5 rpaM al
melammering after clam. They h
arn beav beatifully," the ommi.Ut-Y
Aw dec A woleome, rspanded to IN
UMrs Dekor, themrae wa chant- b A S N, dos Sof aU
Ptheint limne ofwhikwas ThIad a u
S 90d,-t- -
,,m,, n ,
GONfl3S A31S FOR SCUD VOTE.
PFardet of American Federationes
New York World 22d: Labor organi-
zations in this city and throughout the
country last night received an appeal
from Samuel Gompers and the Legisla-
tive Committee of the American Feder-
ation of Labor It reads in part:
"We believe that the time has now
arrived when the working people of our
'country and their friends should arouse
themselves from the lethargy that has
surrounded them for years and place
the responsibility for the lack of reme-
dial legislation where it rightfully be-
"Those responsible will strain every
effort to beguile the people because
Congress begrudgingly passed a make-
shift of a law giving Government em-
ployees engaged in hazardous occupa-
tions some semblance of relief in case
of injury or death. This act was fairly
wrung from the Sixtieth Congress in
the closing hours of the session in order
that some abor campaign thunder might
"Questions of personal rights, human
liberty and economic righteousness were
ignored by the dominant party in the
session ot Congress just closed.
"The time eas arrived when the toil-
ers of our country should rise to the oc-
casion; to meet the momentous condi-
Lions which confront not only them but
ill our people, and exercise their full
rightn as workers, as Aen and as citi-
zens of our common country."
The appeal virtually calls upon work-
ngmen to support Bryan for President.
The Yonkers Federation of Labor by
vote of 21 to 2 indorsed the position
of Samuel Gompers at its meeting last
night respecting William J. Bryan and
he Denver platform. The Federation
s also preparing to make a campaign
contribution, as suggested by the A. F.
of L. head. The local federation repre-
sents about 6.000 labor men in Yonkers.
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
'eel cross around the house, little
things worry you, Just buy a bottle
of Gallard's Herbine and put your
iver in shape. You and everybody
around you will feel better for it.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Har-
lee-Smith Co., druggists. *
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
0o Tr SMaERrP or I.EON CoUNTY, Or THI
STATE OF FLORIDA :
BE IT KNOWN THAT I. H. CLAY CRAW-
FORD, Secretary of State of the State of
lorida. do hereby give notice that a
ill be held in Lean county, State of Florida, on
ueeday next succeedinr the first Monday in No-
ember. A. D. 1908, the said Tuesday being the
THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER.
For five Presideatlal Electors.
For Representative from the 3rd Congressional
iatrict of Florida. in the Sixty-Airst Congress of
he United States.
'eor Governor ao the State of Florida.
or Secretary of tate of the State of Florida.
7or Attorney-Gemeral of the State of Florida.
or Comptroller of the State of Florida.
7or TreaMsure ad the State of Florida.
or Supriutendet of Public Instruction of the
tate of Forida.
For Comnuniioer of Adriculture of the State of
For two Justieee of the supreme Court of the
tate of Florida.
For Railroaed Ceilaaloner of the State of Flor-
For two Members of the House of Representa-
ves of the State of florida.
For County Judge.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
For County Amsesor of Taxes.
For Tax Collectr.
For County Superintendent of Public Instrue-
For County T"aasrm .
For County unrveyor.
For five Count Comimiouers.
For three Memboe of the County Board of Pub-
For Justice pt the Peace in and for the follow-
NOB. 1. 2 3m. :. 6, 78. 10.11. IX.
For ConstaMe il and for the folowiang Justice
district. vi :
Hoe. 1. 2. 3,. ,. 5, 7. 7, .89 10. 11. 1L.
In Tee.izuony Whereof I kae hereunto set my
hand and sixed the Great Seal of the
L 5. State o Florida, at Tallahasks. the Capi-
tel. this the first day of September, A. D.
H. CLAY CRAWFOLD,
Secretary of State.
o Wu. M. LcMrro. Sheriff Leon County.
"My father has for years been trou-
led with diarrhea, and tried every
leans possible to effect a cure, with-
ut avail.," writes John R. Zirkle of
hilippi, W. Va. "He saw Chamber-
Lin's Colic. Colera and Diarrhoea
emedy advertised in the Philippi Re-
ublican, and decided to try it. The
osult is one bottle cured him and he
as not suffered with the disease for
ightien months. Before taking this
'eli&dy he was a constant sufferer, He
Snow sound and well, and although
ixty y.vars old, can do as much work
s a young man. Sold by Tallahassaee
)rug Co. 0
We take pleasure in directing our
leaders' attention to the advertisement
appearing elsewhere rn our columns of
e Southern School of Telegi'phy, o.-
ated at Newnan, Ga. Therelgreat
od constantly growig do -,for
igraph operators, Wwe are to
e thii unerkt aMhnd t
iplus suj~that deman.Am'3T&LN
sun ma ~bhgto leesm agoed s 8
94c 6Uh d tkvs~is tMaomSA
44* Nw bal. bog
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use fbr over 80 years, has borne the signature of
S and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since Its Inftncy.
Allow no one to deceive you Ik thi~.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but 4
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment,
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.
goric, *Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrh< a and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
S Bears the Signatr e of
The Kind You HaYe Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TVN OTNVAUR6 eP"MVUY .T uUnAyv ORw wf yVONK *tVy.
Look out for your Children's
Health while they are young.
Is a great medicine for children. It keeps their lUver aetve
in a mild gentle manner, you will see a healthy color appear
on their cheeks, and illness for them will be a thing of the paes
A Positive Cure
CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AN&
OR FEVER, MALARIA, DYSPEP
SIA, BILIOUSNESS, AND ALL
Mrs. J. Hopkins, Ma.-
chester, Kan. writes: "I
have used Herbine for
year, know of no better for
chills and fever, headache,
bllousness,eto. My child.
ren are never sick. I vW
wse It always."
O-0 Nortl SemodM.,
Sr. LOUS, MO,
Sold and Recommended by
FOR SALE BY HAREE-SMITH DRUG COMPANY.
FOR SALE BY IIAREE-SMITH DRUG COMPANY.
One application of Man Zana .V
Remedy, for all forms of piles, reilev
pain, soothes, reduces inflamanata,
soreness and itching. Price 50e. G ow
anteed to give satisfaction. ISoU
Cobb's Drug Store.-
" in Vermih
Ind~gest an. He rtbrn midy endFuW
it in bh-hiy re~cammnraded by mmedica
tasct-booka and used in practim j hysi-
okus for pexrflan. nt relief o l oic
ZDbordersat"o Dearr1f'~va, Dyaateryeftc..
A By L
etti beard the
"i who has been to
sojma es hi sl ouas
,5momout in glar-
nd tlheezpression "I am it,"
not be" you picaire my he-
They have done battle, 'tis
.thy have coqaered which is also
the have retuned, which is true
thus: "Behold the Conquering
are Tallahassee's three Slab-
who placed the first base ball
plonship pennant in the old town
y moons. We are proud of these
and their presence here was a
t surprise to all the fans on
atson, Herbert McLoed and
ell Sheats are as good as any ama-
wI who ever donned a baseball uni-
Their records show, first clean,
ily players; second, good hitters,
third, excellent pitchers, to say
nothing of their superb pase-running.
Ira, old man, you are the real thing,
you have played the games, both at
9ome and away, that none other than a
professional could have surpassed. You
have remained with the team without
compensation the whole while. You have
devoted almost your entire time to its
support, and have greatly effected the
success with which it has met this sea-
son. We appreciate it, wish you suc-
cess in all of your combats of the future.
Howell, we are as proud of you as
Detroit is of Ty Cobb. We have it on
Detroit in this instance, Cobb is from
Georgia, but you are from right here,
one of us. You have done yourself
credit, and the team credit, and we
hope some day when you are playing
big league bail, to boast "he helped win
the pennant for Tallahassee one time."
Keep your winning streak, watch your
betting, and play such ball that it will
not only be said that "he is from Tal-
lahassee," but the whole State will
chime in "he is from Florida."
Mae, stand up, lets see how tall you
are. This is your first year here, you
have won many friends, and if your
popularity increases each year as it
grew this, the management will have
I s fear as to the gate receipts warrant-
ing expenses. Your shut out games
have been one of our winning features
this season. Your batting and base
stealing has been up to the best, and
your conduct at the second sack has
ben almost without error. Sit down,
make yourself at home; and may we be
able to claim you as from Tallahassee
(A another season, and not have to say
MeLeod of Florala.
SBoys, Tallahassee is yours. May you I
lways be as proud of her as bhe is of '
S ornd Family Medicine.
"It gives me pleasure to speak a
ood word for Electric Bitters," writes
ank Conlan of No. 436 Houston
ow York. "It's a grand family
Fodicine for dyspepsia and liver cor-
lleatUon;s: while for lame back and
1wVeak kidneys it cannot be too highly
Recommendedd" Electric Bitters regu.
I'late the digestive functions, purify the
blood, and impart renewed vigor and
vitality to the weak and debilitated of
both sexes. Sold under guarantee by
all druggists. 50c. *
LADIES and GENTS FURNISHINGS,
Dress Goods, Shoes 2 Notions.
Telephone No. 39.
I40 S. Monroe St.
Aug. 28, 1908.
WE ARE OUT AFTER YOUR TRADE!
And we are getting more of it every day.
wanting to be progressive,
we are pulling for more,
This we appreciate.
We have just commenced"to
get in our great Fall Stock and anticipate a tremendous business this winter.
The buyer for our firm is now in Eastern Markets choosing all the appealing
values he can find.
Our stock will be greatly enlarged the coming season with lines
much higher grade merchandise than we have formerly carried.
to the best trade.
secure it then that's ours,
We will cater
And if fair dealings and good values can
but we'l not slumber until winter comes,
summer too and until you're ready for your fall purchase we will continue to
advise you on summer bargains that stay all competition.
Yours for proof,
Rev. L. I. Goodwin Will Lecture. Registration Notice I
Rev. L. E. Goodwin will lecture Sun- The Registration Books will be kept
day afternoon at the Episcopal church, open at the court house in Tallahassee,
on the Holy Land The public is cor-, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of
dially invited to attend. Time, four each week through the months of Au-
o'clock in the afternoon. gust, September and until the second
Attention, Asthma Sufferers! Saturday in October, 1908.
Foley's Honey and Tar will give im. S. P. CHAIRES,
m,.di'iie relief to asthma sufferers, and Supervisor of Registration for Leon
has cured many cases that had refused county, Fla. 24-tf
to yield to othlir treatment. Foley's
HonEy and Tar is the best remedy for New Resturant.
coughs, colds and all throat and lung
trouble. Contains no harmful drugs. Having just opened a new and first
Sold by all druggists class Resturant up over Constantine
-.-. -. Algero's store, No. 152 South Monroe
Letter From a Friend. street, I invite the public, ladies and
Brown House, Macon, Ga., Aug. 20,'08. gentlemen to call and see me. Every-
Mr. Jno. G. Collins, Editor Weekly thing will be kept the best and rate'
Democrat, Tallahasse, Fla. reasonable. Orders filled any time an)
Dear Mr. Collins:-In looking over delivered to your home or place of busi-
some papers today, I found enclosed bill ness. Come see me at my restaurant.
which was received in Jacksonville, 25 J. COSTAN.
while busy packing up. I don't know ..
whether you are still sending paper to Wood's Liver medicine is for the re-
Jacksonville or not. Anyway, I am lief of Malaria, Chills and Fever and all
lonesome for a sight of te Democrat ailments resulting from deranged con-
and news from Tallahassee. I am en- edition of the liver, kidneys and blad-
closing check for $2.00. So please mail der. Wood's Liver Medicine is a tonic
paper to me, care Brown House, Macon to the liver and bowels, relieves sick-
Ga. If you ever come up this way will headache, constipation, stomach, kid-'
be glad to see you. ney and liver disorders and acts as a
With kindest regards I am, truly gentle laxative. It Is the ideal remedy
yours, F.W. ARMSTRONG. for fatigue and weakness. Its tonic
effects on the system felt with
Baby Morphine Fiends the first dose. The $1.00 size contains
are made by all soothing syrups and nearly 2 1-2 times the quantity of the
baby medicines that contain opium
and narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir
contains no injurrlous or narcotic
drugs of any kind. A sure and sate
cure for disordered stomachs, bowels
and fretfulness-splendid for teething
infants. Sold by Hardee-Smith Co.,
Subscribe for the True Dem crat.
50c. size. In liquid form. Pleasant to
take. Cobb's Drug Store. (3 to Aug).
Rubber Stamps are time savers, we
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
Sour Stomach, Heartburn,
Belching, Gas on
P ON -. s ------ G. ..
it is good and hot I like a
f tes a better'n I like lemon-
-Be there is tea init. I like
and the tea taste. Lemon
toe I am warm right now be-
JIus.t come from the gro-
r. e-drgs of tea and a -ack
We drink Chase A Saon-
75mooeat a puad.
dmrnImeas only cats 25
a alway potead
$gr fio- Ma- sta bum
Go to your druggist, get aidollar
bottle of Kodol.
And If you can honestly say that
you did not receive any benefit
from it after using the entire bot-
tle, the druggist will refund your
money to you without question or
We will then pay the druggist
the price of the first bottle pur-
chased by you.
If you knew as well as we
do how good a preparation Kodol
Is, it would be unnees-wy for usto
guarantee a single bottle.
But to let you know how good
It as, well as we know, we will
petteally purchase the arst bottle
We know there are thoumnads
of persons whopuw from ies-
tios wad dyspiAsi wbo be
tos or p taf themnto
'th tth wodo
That ts why.
Furthermore, we know that
after you have used Kodol your
faith in the preparation .will be
equal to ours.
This proposition we make is not
altogether unselfish, but is actuated
by the knowledge, that the use of
Kodol by you will benefit you as
well as ourselves.
How could we afford to make
such an offer to the public.
And bow could we afford to
spend thousands of dollars to tell
you about it unlep we positively
knew and were sure of the merits
We couldn't-it would bank-
Pleae try it today at our risk.
Kodoldigest all the food you eat
at what you want and let
Kodol digest it.
Kodol Is made at the laboratory.
lesoft De Wiltt&o., Chcago
The 11.00 bottle contains S3
t as much as the 60 bottle.
How to Avoid Appendicitis.
Most victims of appendicitis are
thosp who are iIhailtually constipat ed.
Foley's ()rino ILiaxative cures chronic
( nl.i'itipation 1 ly svtinuilating the liver
andl howtels :nil r,'stores the natural
1(1lion of thi, Inwels. Folhy's Orino
liixative' do.s iimt nauiisate or gripe,
;lid is mill and pleasaint to take. Re-
fuse tsuihslitul t Suih by all druggists.
V. J. RANDOLPH,
for chlddom saiuefe& saW.me No.daae
THAT A MAN'S LIFE IS
DDID) IT full of crosses and temjp .
stations? He comes into
FVUP this world without his
consent and goes out
K C Iagainst his will, and the
V*UJ trip between the two is
exceedingly rocky. The
rule of contraries is one of
the features of the trip.
When he is little the big girls kiss him and when
he is grown the little girls kiss him.
If he is poor he is a bad manager, if he is rich he
is dishonest, if he needs credit he can't get it, if he is
prosperous every one wants to do him a favor.
If he is in politics it's f.r the pie, if he is out of
politics you cant find a place for him and he is no good
to his country.
If he dosen't give to charity he is a stingy cuss, if
he does it's for show.
If he is actively religious he is a hypocrit, if he
takes no interest in religion he is a hardened-sinner.
If he gives affection he is a soft specimen, if he
cares for no one he is cold-blooded.
If he dies young there was a great future before
him, if he lives to an old age he has missed his calling.
The road is rocky but man loves to travel it, and
there is a good deal of satisfaction; especially if he uses
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A College for Women without a par.
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atetaig Notes Fr.om the State Col. Little Rock, Arkansas. She is a grad-
lege foa Women. uate of the Cincinnatti Conservatory
and has studied under Dr. Sherwood, oU
The State College for Women looks Chicago. When we remember the one
forward to next school year as a sea- training our last years' voice class re-
mon of victorious achievements for her ceived from Miss Sarah Cline, we
students. The new dormitory, which [feel specially fortunate in adding her
will accommodate one hundred and six sister to our music faculty.
ty girls is finished. Handsome new Miss Emma Hall Tarbet will come as
furnlahings, costing over $400.00, will teacher of the pipe-organ and piano-
be put in soon. The parlors are to be fort She is a graduate of Blackburn
set up in mission furniture, upholstered Univerity, and of N. E. Conservatory
in finest leather. Thereception rms of Music. She has studied in Boston
of East Hall will also be supplied with and at the National Conservatory of
attractive new furniture. The many Music, New York, and she has had two
mprovementnow in proge on the ears private instruction under Dr.
campus will greatly add to the pleasing Louis Maas and Joseffy. Two years of
appearance of the grounds additional study in Germany and
Although some of our ablest teachers additional study in rmany and
Although some o our ablest teachers Switzerland, with experience as teacher
will not return to us, their places are of music in several of the leading col-
to be filled by teachers who have at- leges of the United States, have pre.
tainted to remarkable success in their pared this lady well for the responsible
several lines of work. Prof. Buchholz position she is to assume. Miss Tarbet
will be succeed by Dr. C. J. Heatwole, positionesherisrtor onume. Mips-Tarbe.
a Virginian, who is a graduate of Pea-rg
body Ccllege, Nashville, and of Colum- Mrs. Florence Dillard Htquembourg
bia University. N. Y. H1 has had will have charge of the instruction in
wide experience as superintendent of violin. She has studied under the mas-
schools and as a lecturer before teach- trs in Boston, Cincinnatti and New
ers' institutes. At present he is prin- York, and under famous violinists in
cipal of the Summer School at the Uni Berlin and Brussels. She has taught
versity of Virginia. and concertized in New York, Washing-
Miss Mildred Da)zell, of Florence, ton City and Richmond Va.
Ala., will have charge of the depart- The College strenghtened by its new
ment of Expression and Physical Cul- equipment and its very able faculty,
ture. Miss Dalzell is a graduate of the is prepared to offer most excellent op-
University of Michigan and of the portunities for the education of Flori-
Northwestern University, and is wide- da's young women.
ly known as a reader -^v.-v- .....-.
Our new Director of Music will be Operation for piles will not be neces-
Miss Martha Cline, sister of Miss Sarah sary if you use Man Zan Pile Remedy.
Cline, our teacher of voice. For sever- Put up ready to use. Guaranteed.
al years Miss Cline has been at the Price 50c. Try it. Cobb's Drug Store.
head of the Conservatory of Music in (3 to Aug.)
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I URGE a Critical Examination
of my Line of Buggies.
I AM WILLING to abide by the de-
cision of the buggy-wise. I do not claim
to carry ALL the good Buggies in, stock,
but all I do carry are good.
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.