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Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: September 11, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00186
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ast a nto the sg ofM NOW D TsTY to do for the trees. They treat a ynIg ABOUSH CONVICT
-.- 1. Wsi~o~ ~cam and I-iesle the tree much the ame a a nurse
osIriN whtse to etant ashamed FOl OUR TRES. ca for a baby and the *arled old^ LEASE SYSTM.
o y stlad mimtboattw.s and oaks get the same considera-
,K tsa-t ,mu ,,,oum CACW. ---- tion from the surgeon as an old man
to 1 Wght #rd "6 m0 the elo hd egotque of pay- latimeat wl WeItmwaodays t wo "d osarive to suse iv Convicts o ee-Tw autort.
i C- all Pre M TMee *l]k a week o and started at work imme- als *e SMect.
t. i The foUlwa g article, diatel rt tthe trees, From the Tamp Tribune of recent
ti o t Ieot M ijtice r ro ob WGMkTr es.P.1 L h.o Itovthe.n. Tr reparation to ,ep asture in t t heal dates we copy the following editorials
h a^ bhee dim ColmlS aeid-T I .aa u *4ifeb'r Doierat for these col- process. Tbed the older trees were on the subject of convict lease and what
wlhb plims w" Mdians before who allowed the:.ves-- to be drawn ases y al eam p. of this ounded systeatcally, and if a cavity to do with convicts:
t_ "- __.l ,,- do dibratin.. ,_.w- rp. It to read it: was discovered am excavation was made E.x.erne.. i. s dea. rh, ,
We -.m m.e1t.. ...and lam kad 1 l. e ultdso far as and a wa ter sbed built inside of the E we enw ish a dear c hoo -tuhen
to o t $0114e more bona t at acraetof td ra tre sS wexpeience of others.
te aoot, acat rpio ax tr. dl wmwewooMs -a t it is the the heart. Thethe big nole wasnflled er i ie no
*NewIm ou to asition asnpprdw otmhatamn"@shor Georgaiin just nowpy i thousands
l *at An was a eStalt as Yid that eoals *tI tn o tistry to with cement o in some cases more of dollars for th knowe that she
dte e was a correct onI ind~that ldetmS Wl W- aa But 2111 0r bnot cover than two tons of cement was I&acdo inZo throgh"he r witho
I L .metingw ba o he-ld in- the bTalk- not co pWe tan tw wa 0lcein ham b een making a grievous mia
G r crdidtam of It Wee jost agadmt ma nurrid.. .d al1 the many buano e i fesom, the tnkof a single tree. The bark ths many yarsf in her mnsr
S .tAd ..&.. ROe wa th-e t t b.,theo Ogg aain nd rent with the pamfnl laborof brinh-
V00 oa o gidng R MTreea nothing but a small sea bm to show where ind forth a system entirely toreignto
o o hita L uo fmonga legwisator fTMea e oths oe ha hldn. doenoTht owe-W. t hitthe operation had d eentperformed.
d iwtor oft the Pnetmemo reat. now s ry eand dwovaaos IUaveTboa una- wh ofhte teind often heotrendooe the roat hasd become dettlgp cltemn m
ayof t Iet in the Jacsteonvillo atropofho ble to hen any 6oalnmet pf giurnm the nshe10ood vel methodsureo du oet kee ente whirly cemented to the foundaIn or
d : athematt tPrope watoudy) oloel .s- g ol dMtreesofrm pittig.dI h tead of ban of h r State government that r
.---_-- ,---- +.f' -- 1 j- ^._ ------ m*-@-- +h IKI I A anF Kl c- n+ U -lemo,01 wmn gwua owthtbfhch "athe tree aa in ma ncan "- gia..nt *up.ev toML Itear. *th ..e... i
SColon.el WsAg I am gelad to a-e walleua tiun were ot sonlme into. .anly o In bete ld of wr'h .. the tree adi n ...... <-ti a maa the ...a h ea .he proe ra
mmb o h into t w iut th asn it --lt give kill it, e hgrt steel chains are use. The a g mandates t te m y the mr -tum
myo rt hto make ameet helv ea nde mtu ot aT es of ie of tto which appa- doctors, with tackle and ropea, climb fo enteathe
yoit wfeol ma ieor nma iter l f nowheC. t rentlybed rea tce .nit oftexis- to dity heights in the tree to with ti upon which ae an at the
SIh t halve bo doIe b for sev e- the fee of 1 per cent ot tba It afato t aloust a iy thea ii'i fme unieept the rlmamhe e time profitable ins Stitut ma
CIoye aamty iDtenm o a u ll a nd ecrno s sstosnrw y did noti o s r aive lth of t curtmtintogbe y n rer Her probing after t ei en
ma t Patmeno butjum -its ever t to the qsestior of whether treeofem age map aved by cutting they go. hey never use springs which have carried th Nt to oe ned uglhthe",hE mpSur san de iemmbraced n Srs and e ianey ca they don n th rgrotnt o ,h te y r^ w^
Sery of Iia I ma reaub know of s i nofI, g i .. -W.k o n e e f th ee houbs e t l tany tmes orn the attendant jar of inhuman te
my0l ^ year~ jusf?.alSK Ms owsfar*tha F teatPar- feeti o e the groudisatanding man neti h

spttim tor htawb Joltup, oe of them. ost ar th t t t t te gI trend srei wi s citizenship has unearthed suc an
S a.. WS .ath.waindonthoo rtm rtimh 2S mhet habentr emleK M but whew fthrewa ni M. Dugeon duh mort th etie leis
lri vdb toapla dd y for h ea ar seelo o i e a r aohng psf esit fe nl Atheon cthe long shady wa lk.dl. wd r in- se o te worl d to sens
,I oweid to o eIMatloeri n ho d veot n te i es ser a ves to&addto the wOmtoa trouble. leading from Milton avenue to the hometsu mort conat o o rs
ingallowed my orto be fige y the i, anybow.' Col We a The methodof ali the decayed of Mr. Hazard, and directly in front of tion of demanding the re ir y
a eoar cof9 forty e. o f j enim o the Sltalew w Nas a I a ion sImply w the d cay the house itself, stands a very large en-hme of th nt odor
Sareno, u te .o atofclaim an tsiS ton wh ich olt wer tus p ve enpie may arte where Sotre oak tree, s owegh its top towering hwh above ah ntmemerofhe t n
i Me to rob you of momey that waslajutI mt o gt n hoere barkatthae sdeVofAtheT waae o-w its more recenthneighbors. This tree mission and i lthe placeofr t i or
Sly due you from the tat of Flor- u ered by the cement, rard having was "very ill," according the "doc- ganize a board of control, ofi

anUrdeW i frvotin agint our do me asFridaell vo ich'W- red -oo eid orke. governor &hall be the head, tGe Gaciua
e nes, aw eole re d viole aaensth ies of the w eeso atte wset- be en mad to drainage 'rtsa mes equent trs diagnosist and wouldn't have wt o e et rosted.t

e8 for few won .d in e ea& ie s m imb r. nbheowing of the wo ot As ctent stood the weather much longer. One of w nfnae mentto sb e Bn
Stioum of money which of men are nothing more than children. A o Ae and te the o u Ge o aomanhired for this work lonis

i e Io a Cte Teaspeary G nosmos, noltsstickt Iooeepwd and the roroaothen surgeons dug a deep trench aboutsi deven un manner Snt
was even at that t o iime in t r iXn OV OS ATTITUD. sway pt of the tree y the wind often the old tree and doctored the hinroots teh o"-dnd" iutns n on-
of the State. This l the only act of in "The national government turned the l- between the wood while a "surgeon" dug out the centre whih arries out his ok.

L Waeas, tek tho. "I wih m ton wih I lmsbljtc stoodiscadh arery. tebooardavt.mpes, he the wondrd prode n.t ,nder
eislative career that I am ashamed my collected through Col. Wailees' d elSe1. a treated behind of the big tree and placed inside a wa- th man o tis acu c

mi i y tow o atithateIeamn n tde ae- 0 whil ethr wwe nt w0h b the doeof he n ppotsrhed t ew dore to e ait. were eect y H we i lbmesue cti pto. pschar ge bori m
Slato state othat amhaeff os.overato the State during GOv. the t wet on evena ter shed to prevent decay. The cavity of otrol ustl any manage of
alth~ o eSGt I never intended l administration," continued aters wiBhre. was filled with cement and the whole oe.tro.R s
Sd waishone ithyou doe anoteh Cat b hnstone. oere w t c rowithe .tbythedeposit was iped so that the water would be private enterprise s subject
Smyn feelings. And w think th eree tiw attempting togt alfth, td *f a thon flayder of ood between lad off "The tree as it stands now," rd thecompany who roper

r.. n, o f, fao W.H te Icise juto for F 'al at- m qlrsvot b .,or n. o .e b eian wohrk ing is t horpmot b rac eso t he eox r ienc e ofGerga.
Pmoofer good members of that egr- 1~Wobftthoa tha e ol owt-, wot do the 'a-et The laid the young "doctor ." s oow tie he manaet He must be compe-

,_rM who feeljsn td he Ido, tli for tbe collection .red to ae athe r are thre sad the yvmen t. wo a ent. my t o t
amo will follow mycoure in making ci a wel rT we n r enw rad frm I aslues known prepared to stand for many more cent- Thd e i theepri.e cn.,
o amelad possible. ow mya llCoursein m laalkiahe ida hattemt-o h t aMbi am." Tha inner side of ries and no one will, ever know that hy D mypweio of red bno proft o

t-o -- e- l- l -te doi Cl e dltor collect-th- a-18t l wih a-.-..--.c-h -h n Itthe expwrienceof o th ode a of h b-a- "" ........ ... h car.le. ar ou.te S.... .
Sasomea time pat I havetbeen pe- from contract mate 1Ws om he wm e new womod, the outer its heart is cement-except the unlucky riof o vite Staindt
Aforlicatonea inmyTnewspaper, Governor, and acquieoced in i future ws Iathis now layer and the workman in the dim future, who is pan for the rebuilding of our itt

~e o t" h in twood, d Te mei wl workow on tne my hun e waorit nlr sterm r fe
B,0 =ty Democrat, a full and Governors and L. did Am or oAwneouw years given the job of cutting it down." we wait unail our system.l ^ ,-
t se iatemept of bow l with everything in his power to prevent paon hsuc afetish oorp ar orge aor m

y- on ae, AndiThe m en willeworkeondthelmanyehyn- suchnd afeand rl ed. odorna sdoeor gira's
therl came to maketo the sad mAti the lai, d it s inded a ofthe trunk reds of trees on the Hazard grounds not etowor a e
eof that cauus and pity he hasn't followed the aW as m. theinnemr for about three more weeks, durn whe not n and r he
my t.,vote dBtuis Ia ,d. ag ham ow da, e o.u tr, yeear. Which time they claim that many nima n wendi phwad t
glMEfthlle, I as one Ie._ fImprovement o bo heartwoodm which complished. fiu .cacio uttmtsn
F,; nm ^owIM k easl e workfcbt of whica =de notW is int o io merly asi frame-n Mr. Davey said this morning that the mato "
metl ,t qui, e a at deal dof his vauae at- wk fr te 11eotod partshof tetnt and people of Syracuse were to be compli- If wedo not setto work at .eit li
.e N toyen. Iamat yr msnle; tinting Vdraws an annual salaryof a-stheeamt for excess material mentedon the condition In which the a mter of months only unti Florida
firM awonIam aoit8 t da vo- sOo e ite of which he was r eat- This is the reason why hollow trees trees of tre city were kept. He made will be held up to the ridicule of the
e..-yth --po-ibte-rrectit a.n t eimy pown a fee of $5,000 for the settle- moty ofta be found ihn a fltoribing the statement that the man who first nation, for our system is on the very
pUsb Y claim Is a Jt ment of the Lo-isvill s ad Nasheville coNi.tion when the heartwood may made the selection of the trees showed verge of giving forth an odor even
end, l- I samerety hope the State of claim, and I ao undenatand collected have entirely disappeared. However, a remarkable knowledge of what va- worse than that we have just been given
PLrid will no longer disgrace hersef another fee of lk proportions Other A ,ondscape tre irn this condition, de- riety should be planted in a city and in from our sister State.
r jmrslethiq at n an unjust repudiation officials General lived of the shelter of its fellows, is what manner they should be planted.- And Florida can ill afford it. Georgia
S M .r debt.'.. W. H. Erl, I esanddgeamtr m grave danger, for a high wind or a Syracuse Herald, cannot well bear Uth disgrace which at-
Tre above rmeartabe statement waa part of the work necessary for collect- heavy snowfall may find it an easy vic- tends her condition; but she is doing her
[,,. aSn this ,ICclaim, abut Mr. JemiNgmgot the t hmn i Ip aarevemebnts at the College. best to remedy it That is much. But
to iK o h te l 0,eeead My, whet a changeof a timont After a mass of decay has been re- Fl Crordati. He
fe. My, haw Flrida the Southmove

_,__the vPlas or sum of,.,. ^1 ,f. 0- f.r, i. the. btat wl eotrunk there a remains a shell of living H.Av ett, at work on the Clle against g Iatu tht astoent o
S? dWelle, ,S I'o. of s pood ando thic cait a Tcampus, have made won derful improve- parts ,bnt ., m, thea atoegnal e
I,- 19MlL waar a lmove fis to Irom-f- the im w an bkntrorof arottng Tm ite gang of labor, unde ir m.ton tFito hNs t ge r tat
p -- poverty end fws eed lai powr C ye, to-Wp stelbracis-inserted d bolted In mpet ion tdoothf th e nfort ; osltth e lower of wthoa andt
r ewato~ y t m Voweardest wat PIsbttawy a lt thee a stabil- Bi situg ated at t footof t oDixieoHuehas patie bold to dnuc
~ jotosobleetfees eaed u- kne st da eI os b c heTof decy wof the w thernew dormitory is many feet lowerloi a
an actt ontact for heitoingsit iw heatwod-it had lost. Now comes than the academic buildig, caw- the South in generl when thearges
altoea Steai teus overnma~t5 w Wbebetterfor anpartiessnme Ithe watersheds; which premtso = the en- inhas rquired. Abroad, leveltee
st waus *Btued U over s totate oltW believe many others who votqd against tratne of moisture. The watersheds rivway, sion adn g the l nadIlstraton. Now to com for-
Foriaand for which he was offered the claim in former yoear, ocp the which ofa dee cut abour an of therom latyrs builtna oeAre ward with full publicity of oun
th^ mealy sm of $25,0, one-half Of Asamattitwide, and it is my intent wto inch inside the edge and opening to the f t year srnaesetem with th various phases
Ar^lw to to t the Board Sestu a. gwt statement wh groundbelow. The cement, being mixed with clay and ang d, and all hee of Its ominious practices, ih sb-
who e s know, do so fom a chne doen writer tirlabs, which, when thoroughly rolled, he ai of ti It lhe of es- 5SSnni ..r which thhawa wire__ be2ing t an
ails. who gra kas* an cating -Jampes Iulthei1, been completed the cee s mades wal at aide. Ti therrae, sloees am oe i te pletto aoid th iewolg

Y ,l Mrbewo
1b 6111i6irf a ft b In r bowi half the woo may have ay in appointment of a skiusled overseer, county a case of pwversion of the ends
aeqrpenkste .13 tie of r from some ause. and in the abeee of Mr. Kellum, sec- of justice. At te time the Tribune
t adve. i7S n S ASarees asS malr"e2 retry and auditor of the college, later- took the matter and brought it to
8 Jl a haller r r h the!ifoil 1ot ipowersofa for it" ofr u tot "aAd boa the te where justice wgve r
S a Z I e tabt ow quickly t wonds jL.hi demand. It was et so long ago that it
di ^a c e eeI t Srgry. wJaheespoe ofaresults am ehighly creditable to hosM ti ndA ofTrw
f- --jN.t etrthe asyby thim st the y and kl, sad sd ad it lonot aCsearytorM7

49 018 wi t bythe wanm Become w his inwtre mne 1t.Bot sTrIsubs the rst. ss
elela as ge.prwein the ;wovar which be pro- the man was = .Trueehibw
tm- Ae w"s ewith so aseeeptability to its *as ofte heretr*hatw;1; t
vw nw as M4 Tm Swamtr: James, A. Day ,of anY parss. VM ** I---* to Mia, ad be wase" m
t tpa Is e 01 six B~~^ ar mmoretha *0he ssty w"s eeINg
gagaee i~ad do 4 When Trill" Become Troubles. for bil @WI"&ies."uttb"ime r
.km**& oetB lnads Ifmy person suspects that their far more fagrant am they are a the
-eL-M.Ata "ga. are at eA the U kidneys are deranged they should take vW of beebit pubs. Whea they
So e -I'L Hasasdi Solvaye ley's Kidney Remedy at once and do. utwilm apBK g itaaits weh ich
Hal p "the-^ 1 act risk having BrtIghts disease or dl. ha but .h y e9S "thteau
abete. Delay gives the diseases a bet =a result hera-
dstes Snhold ad a&sould dot That U wwe a them
el taking Poley's = Remedy. to set it we wM id the*so
*Wm io ld is the cla 3old by all drusgists* (Continued on page 101



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Dr. Thomas N. Evans, Dentist, office
up stairs, next to telegraph office
Phone No. 257. 23-tf
Hon. W. A. Register was on a bus
ness visit to the city yesterday.
Tallahassee is now receiving propose
tions to play ball from a number o
Mrs. M. E. Hill, of Cocoa, Fla, i
visiting the family of her cousin, M. H
Rev. J. Edgar Wilson, P. E., wil
conduct the services next Sunday at the
Trinity Methodist church.
Misses Nellie Bassett and Annie Mc
Queen left on Thursday for Atlanta, and
will spend a couple of weeks in that city
Mr. Bert Knapp has gone to Prosser
Washington, and has the True Demo
crat go to him there.
Mrs. Jeff Ferrell and daughter are
visiting their Wakulla relatives and
friends this week.
Miss Grace Banks has returned to her
post of duties at the Executive office,
after a pleasant vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Whitfield and
their two little daughters left Wednes-
day for a visit among relatives in
Louisa, Va.
Mr. F. 0. Holmes, of Holmes Drug
Co., and sister, Mrs. S T. Mercer, are
on a visit to their mother an Moultrie,

Miss Winnie Cay and little nieces,
Georgia and Augusta Demilly, have re-
turned from a two weeks' visit to rela-
tives in Dunham, Ga.
Hon. Claude L'Engle and daughter
have returned home after a pleasant
visit to relatives and friends at Jack-
Harsh physics react, weaken the
bowels, cause chronic constipation.
Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation. 25c.
Ask your druggist for them. Sept.
Mrs. Ira S. Patterson left Monday tor
a week's visit in Atlanta, Ga. There
she will be joined by Mr. Patterson,
when both will go on to Lythia Springs
to stay until October 1st.
Miss Pauline Costa has returned home
after a pleasant outing in Atlanta, and
is now again at her post as stenogra-
pher in the law office of Messrs. Neeley
& Ellis.
The many friends of Miss Susie Mc-
Griff, of Tallahassee, will be pleased to
hear that she is in the city and at pres-
ent visiting Miss Ruby Barker, of 329
First street.-Times-Union, 8th.
In pite of the very inclement weath-
Snday, Bishop Edwin G. Weed
Svery good congregations to hear him
S ech both morning and evening. The
i B opC is greatly beloved in Tallahassee
and ai y fiends among all denomi-
ua lsire gd whenever he visits St.
John's pariUh.
Deputy Sheriff Jackson Gray, arrest-
ed at the depot Wednesday, a white
man who was wanted at St. Augustine
and is on the lookout for another one.
Leon's officers are more than apt to
get law-breakers if they come prowling
this way.
Mrs. James T. Perkins returned home
Saturday after a pleasant visit to Mr.
P.'s relatives in West Florida and to
her relatives at Pensacola. Mrs. Leon
Fish accompanied her to Tallahassee to
visit Mrs. LC Yaeger and her rela-
Mrs. E. L. Hutchinson and children
have returned from Tallahassee and
other points in West Florida. Mrs.
Hutchinson has a host of good friends
here to welcome her in her old home
again.-Times-Union, 8th.
Mrs. Stonewall Causseaux. died at
Woodville early Wednesday morning
and was laid to rest in the cemetery
near that place in the afternoon of the
same day. She had many friends in
SLeon county who are deeply grieved to
give her up and who extend deep sym-
pathy to the family.
Mr. Aaron Levy returned home
t Wednesday, and is again at his post, at
the head of Levy Bros' large business
interests in the city. Mrs. Levy and
daughters are with relatives and friends
at Washington, D. C., and Master Mil-
ford Levy has again taken up his studies
at College Park.
Hon. and Mrs. John L. Neeley, Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Carpenter Jr., Miss Sue
Moore and Mr. L. E. Robinson spent
Sunday in Lanark. Although the day
Sere was so stormy, there was only a
light shower at Lanark, and all enjoyed
,the day.
V The "Middle Florida Champions"
went to Apalachicola on Monday to play
a series of games with the Apalachicola
team. The Champions will play in Jack-
sonville on the 14th, 15th and 16th days
of this month, and the management is
a trying to make arrangements to run an
excursion train from Quincy to Jack-
sonville for the occasion.
Mrs. George Lewis, wife of the
President of the First National Bank,
of Tallshassee, Florida, daughter of the
S lte Judge Samuel Douglas, of that
place, and granddaughter of Floridh's
S second governor Hon. Thomas Brown, is
S visiting Geneal and Mrs, Ludington.
BJue and Mrs. Douglas, the rent of
MrS Lewis, were intimate a of
the late Jue and Mrs. Marvin and are
i Mty remhmered by some of our
'rA. Mrs. Lewis expremed
B| -ta s hdrmed with the beauty of
the m* s* ofo ou ril e.
N. Y., Fhem Press.



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i .Z coupon must 6e voted ox p oefoe e p. m. Sept. 17, 1908.
%**of1 9s16 sSEtee** "leifes ess*156e64'i5 UfJ

Council Chamber, City Hall, Tallahas- I
I see, Florida, Se tember 11th, 1908. FOR WEME OING SE. 10.
e The City Council met in the Council;
Chamber, City Hall, in regular session -- -
and uponbeing called toorder by the oW -, Is the VOte for We, k aS
" President of the Council, the rollwas VWM.
d called and the following Council an- Cmnted by Committee.
* swered to their names:
President Mclntosh, and Councilmen Miss May Stoutamire, Blox-
- Cay James, Lewis, Moor, Saxon and ham- .......--.----.---..... 5125
Spiller. Florence Proctor ...... 8526
A quorum present. Mary Windham...... 2540
i Mayor F. C. Gilmore was present at Ruth Alligood, Crawford-
the Coulcil meeting. ville ----.........------. 2050
r The minutes of the meeting of August Alice Patterson. Chaires 1900
13th, August 27th, August 28th, and Jesie May Farley-..-.. 1690
September 1st, A. D. 1908, were read Eva Grissett, city-.. 13830
and approved Sada Roffe........------.. 1155
Reports were submitted by the sev- Myrtle Gramling, Cen-
* eral city officials, read and ordered filed. treville .-----------......... 880
Mr. J. G. Kellum appeared before the Lula Dee Keith....------. 730
Council for and on behalf of the Board ,Katie West, Monticello 30
of Control, having in charge the school Susie McGriff------.......--470
interests of the State, and addressed Ella Lewis, Woodville, 370
the Council upon the question of secur- Lucile Saxon..---...----... 330
ing a reduced rate for electric lights Ruby Duval .......... 325
used at the Florida Female College, Ellie Darsey,Concord. 310
stating that it was the intention of the ad Gertrude Chittenden.... 305
Board of Control to put in about two Lotte Pichard ....---.... 255
hundred additional lights in thebuilaing AnnieLester, Monticello 245
and grounds, and stating that the Uni- Mrs. Georg6 Smith,Crawford-
versity of Florida, at Gainesville, Flor- ville .. ------------ 240
ida, had a rate from the company fur- Miss Lira Budd, Monticello, 225
fishing electricity there, of eight cents MissClyde Raney ---------210
per kilowatt, and he asked that the Pauline Costa ...------.. 210
Council allow that rate, if possible, for Mrs. Jno. Robinson, Woodville 200
the Florida Female College. This mat- Miss Lelia McFarland,Quincy 175
ter was, upon motion of Councilman Caesie Sweeting....... 175
Moor, referred to the Board of Man- Blona Cates-----.......-... 160
agers of the City Electric Light Plant Mrs. J. B. Brown (Ada Yawn) 150
with the recommendation from the Miss Christine Lester ..-... 135
Council that the said Board of Managers ad Fannie Wilson--------......... 100
grant the best possible rate for the use Cora Tavlor, Monticello 100
of electricity at the Florida Female Col-
lege Earl Perkins, Ralph Gramling, J. W.
Mr. J. G. Kellum also addressed the Demilly, F. M. Phillips, Li2 e.
Council on behalf of the Board of Con- Coupons must be week,
trol having in charge the school inter- on or before date t &'ler. Notice
ests of the State, upon the question of date and do not ho m after date or
putting in and maintaining by the City they will become void.
one electric arc lamp on the grounds oftoyourriendstobscribefor
the Florida Female College, stating that Write toyour friends to subscribe for
the other lights that were put on the The True Democrat and secure the
grounds would be paid for by the Board votes -
of Control. This matter was, upon mo- Se Drives from Talhasseaato Mpae
tion of Councilman Moor, referred to the She Drive from Tallahae Na
Light Committee of the City Council The Macon Telegraph of yesterday
for their consideration; the said Corn- has the following about at well known
mittee being given power by the Coun- Jacksonville lady, the wife of Frank
cil to act in the matter. Leidy, the printer, who moved Wl4.o
President Murphree, of the Florida Tallahassee a fey months ago:
Female College, also appeared before "Alone irfk Two-horse buggy from
the Council in support of the proposi- Tallahassee, Fla., to Macon, a trip of
tions as submitted by' Mr. Kellum. two hundred and forty-eight miles, was e
City Tax Assessor, W. H. Chancey, the very recent experience of Mrs. F. L. 2
was present at the Council meeting Leidy, of the former city. She arrived
with one copy of the City Assessment in Macon yesterday about 3 o'clock, fa-
Roll for the year A. D. 1908, and the tigued and sun-burned, but none else
Finance Committee, through its chair- the worse for her long and hazardous
man, Councilman Saxon, recommended journey. Mrs. Leldy left the Florida
that the assessment as made by the capital last Tuesday morning and was
City Tax Assessor be approved by the en route seven days. She passed over T
City Council, which said recommends- miles of road wholly unaccompanied,
tion was approved by the City Council but, as she says, never afraid. Always
by unanimous vote thereof and the as- by her side was a revolver which, how-
sessment roll was thereupoh redeliver- ever, she did not have occasion to use." l
ed to the City Tax Assessor in order -Jacksonville Metropolis.
that he might make the duplicate
thereof. Best the World Affords. .
The matter of millage to be levied "it gives me unbounded pleasure to
for the year A. D. 1908 was given con- recommend Bucklen's Arnica Salve,"
sideration by the Council and it was says J. W. Jenkins of Chapel Hill, N.
finally agreed by the Council that the C. "I am convinced It's the best
total millage to be levied for the year salve the world affords. It cured a fel.
A. D. 1908 be sixteen mills, to be di- on on my thimb and It never falls to T
vided as follows: General Revenue, heal every sore, burn or wound to
eight and one-half mills; interest, ive which it is applied. 25c at all drug-.
mills; water works and fire protectionI, gists.
two and one-half mills, the ordinance I s ]
making the tax levy as above to be Some s No Tarpea. t
sed at City Council meeting to be ield
on Thursday, the fifteenth day of Octo- That there is entry of tarpon and .
ber A. D. 1908. so 0 of the b=t Ash Em the St.
Matters relative to the financial in- M ks river near the Ligh House, and

Tax Collector b informed that the fm St Marks with another Suver
City Council would expect him to make King that weighed 1 1-2 pounds, that
ful and final settlement with the city he acceeded in landing the night be- "
at the regular meeting of the City fore, and another one was landed and'
il to be held October 8th, A. D. several more the stme trip.
It was directed that the following no- others were th him ad they had
tice to property owners be published in great sport It took a Httle over two
The Weeky True Democrat, a news- hours to conquer and land his fish-hip,
paper ptubished in the City of Talla-. but he was a ood ne when he w as
hassee, by three coommeutive insertios, finally taken fot the wet. Just why
commencing with the issue of said pa~. tarpon fishermen, who enjoy the sport, s
per to be published Friday, September do not come to St. Mllarks, where it is a
11th, A. D. 1908: sure and certain thing In the season, i
(See Notice elsewhere.) after these great me fah, we areat
It was directed that the following no- a loss to know; i, Itis perhaps, be- ,
twice of special tax levy be published in caus we have lt thoroughly adve "
The Weekly True Democrat, a newspa- tisd tarpon fishlag, just as we have
per published in the City of Tallahas- nglectd to advertise other drawing
see, by five consecutive insertions, corn- end profitable attratlon ana n
mencin with the a of said paper to rsd The iso sti oftot
be Ablished Friday, Stemb 11th, t tan offer me of all sea of In- '
A.D .190 : ....... ... U

(See Notice elsewhere.) ae t O 511
Warrants aggregating $2,0.38 were things at all t mes,
drawn in payment of s ntsprsted Quk Ref fe ha erers
and approved.
Upon motion, the City Council there- FoWy's Hoey mad Tar aboros Im-
upon took a reess until Monday, Sep. mediate relief to ast& ma suswis il
timber 28th. A. D. I0, at 7:0 p. m. the worst staMs and it takes la time
l--i -Cog will effect a cure. Sold by all dNag*
Don't be afraid to give Chamber- slta.
lain's Cough Rees y to your ofldrea. -7-- --l
It oontalas an opls or other harm- Vote ad wad k 1 w ur Mi l in
ru drug. It alwys re. by sPim CNs. a s s
Tallahasse Dg Co. 0 k ui.

pig, -ML C*DB

m.W L FzRM.ou

Wi. B. EuLU. Joax L. Naur.
arromUINa AND OmiWN Iu AT LAW.
7. S msuiLOam ,

All ChOlMiod--Wuta Por 8, 8 xexao4 To
Rout.= te. Beek eaMtsrs atno sd o

le 8SALB I Set of New Come Pul-
ley. A bargain at this office.
Room TO RvNT. Apply at 560 Call
Street. W. L. MAamAL. 27-2t
Fos RmNT-On Monroe street, oppo-
site Laoo Hotel, a Cottage. Apply to
Julius Diamom. 26it

Rtmaum STAMPs I No need to send
from Tallabasse for Rubber Stamps.
We make them quick as good as the
beat and cheap.
Fot RINT I-Comfortable Cottage
with bath and kitchen. Terms 16 dol-
lars permonth. Apply to
(8) offices, over Gilmore & Davis store.
Apply at once to
a _J A. McKmoGr.
FoR SALE-Cheap, a 25 h. i. boiler
and 15 h. p. engine. Been used 16
months. Address, C. 0. ANDMRWS,
Tallahassee, Fla., at the Capitol. 22tf
San Us!I For all kinds of printing.
Furniash your stationeryy neatly printed
as cheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retailers. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelopes.
COTTAGE for rent on Adams street
just below the Leon Hotel. Has all
conveniences. Apply at True Democrat
office. 24tf
LoST.-A pair of gold nose glasses,
between the El provedo cigar building
and the depot. Reward will be paid if
left at this office. 28
WANTED-A position as book-keeper
with some shorthand included, by a lady.
For further information apply to the
office of the True Democrat. 29-tf
apply to Mrs. Robert McDougal, South
Boduevard street. ( 28
FoR WOOD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
Phone No. 217. 29
-DR. J. H. BUTT, Vetenary Surgeon,
Phone No. 217. 2*

a representative to handle Ford Auto-
mobiles in Tallahassee and vicinity.
Live hustler, with or without previous
experience, can easily clear $2,000.00 in
season. Write with references at once.
Ford Motor Company, Dept. H, Detroit,

City Anaoumcemmts.

The usual fee of $6.00 in advance for Announce-
ments under this head.
The pront City Tax Collector having pub-
ished t fact het would not a&an enter the
contest for City Tax Collector. I take thistOee mio
to announce to my friends and thea tti e atTl-
hame that I llbe a eadidate for the ese 1of
Tax Collector before the City Demoerate
and do saelmt the support t all white
Demoeratic eitizens of Taaba.e-.. pm ia, to
Wivem7 very bestat ttetlm to the buminem o the
Very- H. Mac KLtB.
17 onnominatedand*t

ro the Democratic Voters of the City fat Tala.
Having decided to make the race in thecomaing
City Doemratle Prim Eleetion I hereby make
rinds *and th eigs at Tallahasaesse giv me
heir support I will strive to make emo a faithful
ad eaelent City Tax Oullector. If yt will elect
me to the peaitise
ory t J. PMLuPs.
To the Voterscad Citimes TallahasMs:
I iereby ammas to my friods and tbe vote
Sthe Oty of Tnhllllses tdtl will be anmudi-
at before the City Demeate Priade ary etseen.
or theaesof City Tax Olssetor, eUetIag their
uppo WW gWl sr n best attmnto to the ai e
S. W. Coas.

ameadmeat of Chare.-larea1ae eof
Capital Stech.
oTICn a mt = OW N THAT A
S inat the te~aeldmaers the Tallhas-
m Teao 1 C=mopan. a oK_.tin under the
awe et the satset f orda w be held at the
@Mamothe payIn the hty at nTabLha-.
a the it day of Septaember, IN for
She -ea pst nfmlinrg the eptal toek the
id e-amow from $Wi 0,00 to 11. 10.0b and
meonI Areticle Three oft the= o7 id
Sf sengd for such Inmrane at stock.
91141t H. LD BH Secretary.
"Suffered day and night the torment
of Itching piles. Nothing helped me
adlt I used Doan's Ointment. It cured
me perspaemntly."-Hon. John R. Oar-
rett. Mayor o Olrard. Ala. B e


at the la
NOW,. nUMMrou. A eA1

wilt be boheld In each oouto I
Tuesday ant Sauessii the
In November, A. D. 190,. the
being the
feor the r tlaestli o ro etl 1 e( 1
Joint Rsolutlons prooet ss M
the Constituton of the fto

amendment to Section Nine (9) of
live (5) of the Constitutlon of Fl
relatiang to judicial salaries.
Be it mesolred by the Legvl State of lords:
That Section Nine (9) of Article 3ive (4),
of the Conastituton of the State of Flourad
be and the same is hereby ameded so ma
to read as follows, vls.:
FSection Nine (9). The salaries of Jul'
ticen of the Supreme Court, Circuit Jedn
and Judgee of Criminal Courts of Record
shall be fixed by the Legislature.
That the foregoing amendment of Sectti
(9) of Article Five (5) of the CoastW
tion of Florida Is hereby agreed to, and the
same shall be submitted to the electors of
the State for approval or rejection at the
next general election of Represetatlve
hereafter, as required by Section Ono (1) eo
Artlcl Seventeen (17) of said CoastttlIe.
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amesd
meat to Article Twelve of the Constits-
tion of the State of Florida relative to
education, to be known as Section Bit-
teen of aid Article, providing fto the levy
of a special tax for the support and mlab.
tenance of the University of the State
of Plorida. the Florida Female College
the Institute for the Blind. Deat al
Dumb, and the Colored Normal Rechool.
Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the
State of Florida:

That the following amendment to Article
Twelve of the Constitution of the State ol
Florida, to be known as Section 16 of sai
Article. be and the same Is hereby agrse.
to and @ball be submitted to the electors of
the State at the next general election of
tepresentatlves, to be held in the year 1906,
for ratification or rejection.
eec. 16. A special tax of one mill on the
dollar of all taxable property In the State
shall he levied annually for the snport and
maintenance of the I'nlveralty of the State
of Florida, the Florida Female t'olles., the
Institute for the Blind. I)eaf and Dumbj -k
the Colored Normal School, which ashf
paid In to the Stnte Treasurer and set ae
by him to tthe credit of the State BoardS
Education, to be apportioned and disposed
of for the benefit of said institutions as
required by the act creating and malntain-
Ing the same. known as Chapter 584, 41-
the Laws of Florida, approved June 5. 1905.
JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amead-
mont to Section Thirty-fve of Article Ifv
of the Constitution of Florida, relatlag
to establishment of Courts.

Be it Rreolrvd by the Legilature of the
stage of Florkd.:
Thnt the following amendment to Sectieon
Thirty-five of Article Five of the Conatlta-
tion of Florida In hereby agreed to and shall
he proposed and submitted to the election
of the State for approval or rejectilo at
the next general election hereafter, that Is
to say, said lectip Thirty-five of sid Arti-
cle shall be amended so as to read as fI-
Section 85. No Courts other than hereis
speckled shall be established In this State
except that the Legislatura may provide for
the creation and etablihaet of sueb adl-
tional Judlelal dreulta as may from tAimqt
time become aseNsary, and for the appIt-
ment by the Governor and eonairmtni by
the Senate of additional circuit Jdsgm thwu,
for, whose term of office and %sal 3-_
diction shall be the ame "s herein prv=Dsr
for the circuit judge herean already pe
vided for, and may clothe sad RalIoead
Commission with Judicial powers tn all mat-
tern connected with the functions b tbeir
The votes cast In eopllance with said
proposed amendmot, sad the canvass, m d
laratlons and returns thereof, shall be s>b
Ejected to the -m reaglatiom ad r stories
tlone are provided by law for smalmd
elections In the State of wlogds.
or, I have bhereunto et W
hand and aflized the rt
(SEAL) Bal of the state of Fleia,
at Tallanhas the Cqtal
this twety-afth day of Jaly,
A. D. 190L
Secretary atof state.
July 24, 108.

New estersat.
Having jet opened a new and Arst
clas esturant up over Constsntme
Alger's tore, No. 162 South Monme
street, I vto the public, ladies ud
etla to calland see me. Every
thnle will be ket the best and ates
.leb. Orers killed any time m-i
delivered to your bome or place eof Ibd.
nesm. Coma se a e at n restua L .
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ema w t a s otkiMaq pla t
y Pulb ed ~m com pletely."
l alde Ibysa dealsis. Prie*0emnta
Festar-MObn Co. Buffa New York,
sle Sg x f thane United Otat.
hemeWId the name-Doan's- and
take so odlr.

-a--" we have a lo od tity p we"
aoe. Gted n rosbefa.
Pmrchasing. Ch.l Bdros. 4N

a to a Years Old
A dainty, inexpensive suit
for wear all year round, that
has won instant popularity
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and.manly with o"e of

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II mb ILmIwumnm bem

Lumber! Lumber

I can furnish all
kinds of rough Lum-
ber on short notice.
Special prices on

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Ld terling Silver Top, Pepper and Salt
Shakes; Fancy Silver; Sil ver
Pieces; Pocket Books: Chains*' etc., etc.
MEN'S JEWELRY. I have m a ny
beautiful and attractive things in
Jewelry that men admire and ap-
preciate: Match Boxes, Cigar Cut-
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the very best service in all lines of building.

if you are contemplating any kind of building.

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We can

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tisfaction guaranteed.

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Prompt delivery.

Ring up Phone No. 283.
ur Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meat from my Stall.


The Greatest Cure Pl.l Indigestion
Certain Specific sa all Bowel Complait in Yong or Old.j
L L PHIL CK, LoAbatory Pbme Exchaang Building
Tu- Floriida. -

A New Stock
Our floor.

The Lightet
and Test.

Running by Trial

Best Painting-have the witnes-

Material, such that even the
Shafts can be Crossed like
a pair of elsors. Are easily

adjusted by the girth to
Either a or Small horme.
Complexion giving tops-wben
the riders are pale.
Umbrellas, of Superior fittings to
the bugy.
Variety-in Colors of Lether
Customers, say Our Prie. are
Lower and not
WAGONS, for the next Two
MONTHS, to wit:
One Horse,.....----------...........00
Two Horse, from $40.00 to $50.00
Call and we will Prove EverZ
Statement or give you a bug-
gyor wagon.

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both Seller and

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home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The best Quail and
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Of* oTviephece Bui~ldn. CrornerAdams em
C~mbou Bteeta. Tulehone No. 100
hheuptlii.1.00 Per Year. fn Advam&e
Advw~naRatm oun Appllestom.
Y~o True Demec ItIs the OffcW Newspspe
of Leen Ceraty.

SrWbiak7 ydvertemennto an not senptot
ei hm@, In this newspaper at ay prieoW
a-er -7 eonditlom or cireuMstances. Not a
dsboe ase evraed In It.
arDiphayd adverthiement under two months
U Mats p inch first Isertik ad cents par
Beb foraeachbsubsqumentlIwnrtion. Electro Mnd
lto matter 15 esta per aeh each lmue. Noad-
.rMeti ru after cot ptreA. Locaor
-m atter. except "w. v among.pure redi
ISertsa a line ech twoe. Al changes of
u ta-Int oranything Intended forpubliea-
ik mustLbe hendodldoInnot later than IMuMay
slwt, to rwelve prompt attention.
Talahassee, Friday, Sep*. II. I9.
Editor W. B. Mack, of the Quincy
Times, was among the visitors in Talla-
hassee yesterday who attended the
proceedings of the Congressional Com-
mittee, and made us a pleasant visit at
the office.
That man that can be trusted with
great and big things, was the man in
the beginning that managed little things
successfully, profitably, honorably and
pleasantly, and who was never ashamed
of those little things. Always do best
the business things, according to your
ability, you attempt or profess to be or
d0 .^^-- -.--. ,
We greet you with a clean, interest-
ing 12-page newspaper again this week,
well filled with a choice selection of
general reading matter, pointed edito-
rials, local and attractive advertise-
ments. Read it carefully and solicit
for us a subscriber from among your
friends at home or abroad. Become
interested more in your home newspa-
per and help us to make it better and a
power for great good to all.
For high-handed manipulation, disre-
gard for justice, contempt, tricks that
vwes put the old carpet-baggers to
"0"46, we commend the people of Flor-
Sto the machine manipulators who
0t Sts Third Congressional District in
tho ghtitis in. Hoe. D. H. Maya
mi came out of the whole proceedings
t&-BAplantly elected, and without a
moot spot upon himself or his friends.
'ThDeFuniak Breeze has put on a
piano contest on the same plans and
conditions as our own. We shall watch
It with much interest and wish the
Brese success with it. We hope the
voting will grow lively and interesting,
asthat we may name a day early in De-
emober to close the contest. Of course
that depends on the payment of over
du. and new subscriptions. Subecrip-
timon is what secures the votes.
On the first page of this week's issue,
we have three very interesting articles:
*Honored Floridian Regrets Opposi-
tioa," "Now Dentistry for our Trees,"
**Abolish Convict Lease System," and
en our Editorial Page a splendid article
from Suecess Magazine on "Sunshine,"
all of which we ask True Democrat
readers to peruse carefully. All such
selections go to help us make you up an
ateresting home local paper. We are
doing our beat to give Tallahaasee and
Leon county a good, clean, around
newspaper, and desire to please our
readers and patrons in all respects.
Give us all the help you can afford, in
good will and patronage and help us
keep the True Democrat up to the high-
est standard, and to keep it a newspa-
per ay one would be proud to see cir-
culated at home and abroad. All conm-
inities are largely judged by the looks
ad patronage of their home newspaper.
Subscribe for the True Democrat.
Colonel sad Mrs. John S. Winthrop
sre enjoying having home with them
again, at one time, all three of their
handsome and bright sons, whom they
me justly proud of.
Mrs. J. W. Bushnell left for Saluda,
North Carolina. Thursday, to join her
mother and Mrs. Barber, in a visit,
until the middle of October.
General E. B. Bailey, Messrs. D. H.
Nay, T. L. Clarke and son, W. J.
8mftn and others from old Jefferson,
were In the city aisae yesterday.

Jldge R. Don MelAod, of Crawford-
ik, moe of the most popular Flori-
and his son Norris, were among
MeLeod's host of Tallanhaee

dei htis to have this editors'
IM tim friends call.
M Je- wards. of JersoM,
a we b Taoamk.e t

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The Trnal

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In compliance with Judge J. W. Mas- The True Democrat has oft times
ones' order, the The Third Congressio- alled attention to the great iaest tse
al Committee met at Tallahase yes- that has been done Colonel Sidney I.
terday afternoon at the appointed hour, Walles, in refusing an honorable settle.
t all members being present, except one tent with him, after he had gi#ga
A. H. D'Alembete the Chiromsn, and it yeaor of time and many thousands atof
turned out that all the minutes, returns, dollars of hiq good money in collecting
d and official papers and proceeding of Florida's old Indian War Claim, wander
past meetings were absent with him. a contract which was recognized by all
Hon. N. R. Walker, the popular and State officials up to the days of Gover-
honorable secretary, called the meeting nor William Sherman Jennings, who
to order, and Hon. John W. Henderson oonceved the idea and worked the
was made chairman of the committee means, it appears, to prevent a settle.
r by a unanimous vote. The secretary meant to Colonel Wales, and which
stated that Chairman D'Alembete had work made the good State of Florida a
taken all the papers and documents gigantic repudiator- of a most honest
away with him, and asked that he be debt, and cast a black shadow over our
allowed to make a public statement to citizenship, which will stand until the
the effect that an effort might be made great wrong and injustice shall have
to throw responsibility for the disap- been corrected. In another column of
pearance of the' papers and documents this ism of the True Democrat will be
on him. He and several members of the found an interesting interview with
committee proved conclusively that Mr.! Captain John B. Johnston, editor of
D'Alemberte had taken them all away Dade County Democrat, taken from
with him, as did letters Mr. Walker the Jacksonville Metropolis, on the sub-
read from D'Alemberte. Mr. Walker is ject In it he shows the taue man he is,
a high-toned, honorable gentleman, and in apologizing for the part he took as a
the committee, by a unanimous vote legislator in unconsciously perpetrating e
exhonorated him from any connection that groas wrong on both Colonel
whatever with the disappearance of the Wailes and the people of Florida, in go-
documents. It was decided then to pro- Ilg into that conspiracy caucus in 1908,
ceed to business, but the Committee which bound the State to the dishonest
was next confronted with a telegram position of a repudistor. Many times
which purported to be a partial injune- we have charged that it was done and
tion from Judge Wolfe, that the corn- accomplished by a caucus, but it was
mittee should not take secondary evi- denied very weakly and the charge now
dence. Here another halt was brought stands proven by one who was in and a
about until Judge Malone could be corn- took part in it, though it it now to his
municated with, but he immediately or- credit that he confesses it and pledges 1
dered the Committee to consider such to do what he can te correct the wrong.
evidence and to carry out his original The State Constitution divides the
order, which they proceeded to do and State government into three branches,
Hon. D. H. Mays was declared the Executive, Legislative and Judicial-
nominee of the Third Congressional Dis- neither is supposed to interfere with a
trict as shown by the original returns- the other. This interview of Captain '
and he is as has been since the prima-: Johnson shows that a conspiracy was i
ry, the regular nominee of the Demo- organized by the head of the govern- i
critic party for Congreess from the I meant, and that it put him in the front i
Third Congressional District, and he rank, for his own selfish purposes, for
will be almost unanimously elected. very soon after the injdplMIlUd been t
We might put columns of criticisms, done and repudiation was brought about,
and denunciationsof this last high hand-; on the streets of Jacksonville in a
ed piece of business on the part of speech, telling the dear people that they f
Chairman D'Alemberte, and those who ought to elect him U. 8. Senator be-
have willfully and deliberately attempt- cause he had saved them many thou- i
ed to run rough-shod over the rights of sands of dollars in preventing the pay- d
the people of this district, but we do meant of a big fee out of the Indian War d
not believe any good would come of it. Claim. Now, that Captain Johnston i
Some men have placed themselves in has been so honest, frank and manly as B
terrible ugly positions, in all of their to tell us bow it was done, to the great
actions in connection with the whole injury to the fair name of our glNat b
matter, that the smut spots rests on the State, we hope some others of the forty t
Keboe manipulstors, and that there is may also unburden their minds, and
Mane important work yet for Judge how the people how easy it is to be o
behave he will do it, particularly so as fooled and to disgrace a State, when
pertains to this last randact in the one determined man uses the power, in w
disappearance of official papers, and in his hands, through a number of men, in
Mr. D'Alemberte's absence and con- caucus, to disgrace by repudiation.
temphin in these criticisms in- "1e at last sets all things even, a
Nothan gin thee criticisms are In- And if we do but watch the hour a
tended the ttrne on the There never yet was humane power
Kehoe side. Judge Reaves is a high- Which could vade i unforgiven,
toned and honorable man and has made TI it search and v long
a splendid record in hi management who treasures up wrongg"
bis elienta interest, so far am this 0 1n w treure up a wong.
newspaper knows. The attorney on Accidents will happen. but the best o
the ay side, so far have won a speOd regulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Id victory for the people, and Mr. Mays Electric Oil for such emergencies. It
will get his full does when we go to subdues the pain and heals the hurts.
vote again. Sept.


to entail geeat Inmi
Amhong et the I
Talhasses. -hate V
fao preteetion e t ie '
and 16.00 to Mru. to
he to returns to her Ol
Hen. W. A. waas dot
prehasMe aw a pe g MtA
plated on the twake d ei

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UUw1hi esui 0oUoutIt, 1t 0eis46 tbeeW-
opeaein of the lady's friends,
As you will see in thi lese, then
are a number of candidas but only
ft seem to be doing any realwork-
even the areas far behind the
lug candidate. Shall we tell you why
th is so? Why, simply beasea the
other candidates andtheir bends an
not doing the work that Mie 8StootW-
mire and her friends are doing. If the
lagiones wol.etherlly er
b solicit suberli s to the
e Democrat, and see to it that back
payments are ent ia, they would soon
so how rapidly the distance between
themselves and the now leading candi-
date would diminish.
Bestir yourselves, ladies, and rouse
the interest of your friends. Send in
new names, and put to ur credit hun-
dreds of votes each
It san be done, and it's not any
such difficult matter, either. Just try
and see how really easy it is to get sub-
scribers to a good lean, newsy and
reliable newspaper as is this True Dem-
oerat, the editor of which wishes
be could kive a pao to every
fair lady whose name appears
on the list! As this, however
cannot be done, help him to give it at
least to one and then lot each unsue-
easful candidate conole herself with
the unselfish reflection that at least she
had done much toward making a fellow-
sister hapy
Then watch it closely. And above all
things. don't let it suffer for any
length of time with worms-that is
fatal. If its complexion gets yellow
and pasty, if It is listless, cross or
peevish, gets thin, suffers with flatu-
lence, give It White's Cream Vermi-
fuge. The only cure that never fails
and has no bad effects. Hardee-Smilth
Co., druggists.
Attention is called to the nice new
advertisement of Mr. J. W. Ferrell, in
another column. He has contracted
with us for his space for the year, and
n it will offer you good bargains and
nvite you to see him. He has a nice
store, well filled with all kinds of new
goods, and he and his nelee, Miss M. J.
Winslow, who are managing and giving
heir personal attention to the business,
will treat all right who visit them.
Mrs. R. L. Eaton, of Monticello, Is on
R short visit to Tallahassee relatives and
Mrs. A. L. Rondolph and Miss Mary
age Randolph returned to day after a
delightful summer at St. Teresa.
Mrs. Wallace S. Quarterman and chil-
ren are expected home today. They
ave been spending the past month near
Baltimore, Md.
Misses Winnie and Grace Cobb came
eek Thursday night from a short visit
SSouth rlorkla.
Mr. Edward Hopkins, of Rovrdm .u,
a in the city for a fewdays, theguest
f Mr. and Mrs. J. P. S. Houstoun.
M-s. J. W. Britton will leave next
reek for a month's stay ia Apalachicola.
The many friends of Mrs. J. Edgar
Wilson will be glad to know that she is
t home again, after nearly five months
pent wit relative and friends in

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Evaporator Pans,

Sugar Kettles

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State p wn as e 'Im
C was dire toorde
of aewer piping for rod ad rir
Good for Sllousnesa.
"I took two of Chambelta's Sim-:
ach and Uver Tablets last night, aM-
I feel fifty per cent better tima 7-
have for.weeks, says J. J. FrhoSo
of Allegan, Mich. "Ttey ar.oetal
a fine article for bllUousnesi." me
plea free. For sale by Tallabas
Drug Co. *
iade a NPa of .
A man once prominent In business
and social circles had fallen to the n-
wst depths of degradation whb a rela
tive laced him in the Keeley Institaut,
and he is now back in his former ela.
:cese ful and respeted. For details
d ondential Information address,
KEELEY INSTITUTE, Jacksonville, Fla.
Leon County High School will open
next Monday at 8:30 a. m., and the pro-
gram for the week embraces addreiees
from the various ministers of the city
on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
mornings, to which a special invitation
is extended to patrons and school offi-
cials, generally.
Mr. Guy L. Haines has left Tallahas-
see to the great regret of his many
friends. He first went to St. Auruathe,
and from there to New York and Wash-
ington. In the latter city Mr. Hainsa
will remain a student in a Roman Cath-
olic Institute, with a view to entering
the priesthood.
Spewtial Tax LAvy for Watr Work and te Pi
,th intetiedto Cf ity CoMunla the
of Taliahams. Ploids to a peaOn
Thnurad.the eaAth d Osebra.A. D.l
pcAldingfor thePlo*f a $01altaxfftwo
Ma.&saf t f. after Wru W ad ork PeS amF
tkw. =P th taxable pro within the. _u
Mte lkt of the ety d Tell r Fli
the eatA. D. 1M.
W. w McIllO6a.,
Proelait Cty Comi.L
Attet-A.L L. WILAMS. City Ckrt .
l Me VSSept. U.L19La

City CawCasam oMthe City e- Tabe. eur-
cap oe at tCos Cbm hrn. OeumpM hALd
cit yaTotare t1 %r o M w dar.
t y a to the val sM say property
sow rfestla. iwelying NAd eQuabila
ito amdr t ar the Cit y Csy a
-mmme" wID sova"
asn" Imt. W.U. d

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Miss Adele Girard will nail from
ackasonville on Monday next for New
York City. She goes for the prpoI
if purchasing her fall and winter sock
:f millinery and other things dear to the
Major W. 0. Ames Is off for a weeks'
nmjoyment at pleasant, cool St. Terea.





V T.OM A L P'a
Don't forget we are still in the Lumber a
business. Strictly wholesale dealers for
Brick, Lime and all kinds of
Building Material
From the Lowest Grade to the Highest.
Our Long Suit is Best Prices and Prompt Delivery. a
Loog Distance Plone No. 249.
Call us up at Our Expense.
Office over Love & Hearin Co., Quincy, Fla. 3
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are Constantly
ring our Fall

Line of Dry Goods,


land Clothing.

We will have the
most complete and
up-to-date line of
Cloth ing ever brought
to Tallahassee.


Capital City Stables,

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

Hunting Teams and Drivers who know the country.

P. 0. Box 487.

Phone No. 79.

All Accounts Rendered Weekly.



50 per cent. of your Shoe Bill by having

Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guarantee
Also we have in connection with my shoe business the
Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your o
suit made new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothe
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.

No. 342 Clnton St.

Telephone No.:2 75


Engines, Boilers. and Smoke


Tanks, hi~ectors.
Saw l MMsNchber
Shafting, Pubys,

Emaghmes' aod
Stemmfltters 0

__hJ Od Etc.

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

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

Springs and House generally overhauled and
new concrete Spring Bathing Pool 30X30 feet
completed. Splendid bathing, good fishing and
plenty of Motor Boats. Motor power will carry
the tram cars to 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.

A Cep of White Bee3s or Ble. Label
/- \"- oa aM d Java Coffee

is what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous. Just as good as the cot-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the best of food
products-those we have tested our.
selves, and so can stand by them.
Co. cLLM. Grocer.



Veterinary Phbysician
and Surgeon.

Dental Work

a Specialty.



Phone 258.

Let Diehl


You will find'him at







No one Is immune from kidney trou-
ble. so just remember that Foley's
Kidney Remedy will stop the irregu-
laritles and cure any case of kldaey
or bladder trouble that is not beyond
the reach of medicine. Sold by all
Sdrugglsts. *




Successor to W. R. Wilson.

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agMs & ceKusPolbober. TOW
As there will probably be from 25 to
FPRlsM) TrriT rmiDA MOhxoto. 35 names of Presidential Electors on the
ballot to be voted in the November elec-
RITAN. tion it will be well for voters to study
(By request of author.] and familiarize themselves with the
Thou to whom our honor is due, names of the Democratic electors we
Can we now, yet honor thee more? all should vote for, as follows:
We can, we can, echoes so clear, H. P. BAILEY,
It is an anthem in the air;
God grant we'll see thy patriot brow P. W. BUTLER,
Crowned in the executive chair. ROBT. .. DAVIS,
Oh may Ute sun around you shine GEO. C. MARTIN,
So bright from out the sky of blue, SAMUEL E. PASCO.
And never changing in its hue
Till our laurel wreath of glory, Chaires Locals and Persnals.
Streaming in the smiles of heaven, CHAIRES, Sept. 8, 1908.-The series
Is honored with the name-Bryan. of services in the Methodist church here
Oh, Bryan, power thou dost weal closed Friday evening with a practical
Is so mighty and so charming, and logical sermon of advice by our
Seems from majestic powers hurled, much esteemed pastor, whose personal
And ever in new spheres bounding; work for the spiritual welfare of his
They that crushed, could not cast members aided largely in the success of
down, the meeting. Rev. A. E. Householder
Him that stands for our country's remained till Friday afternoon render-
renown. ing much effectual service. This holy
We honor thee now, will honor thee man of God would some to every ser-
more vice fresh from the secret place of the
'Midst the coming November's Most High with the old but ever new
snow- story of the cross uttered with simplic-
For our country now must know ity but with a directness of appeal and
The joy that's in it ought to flow; much pathos which could not fail to
Let every heart that reads this line, reach human hearts. Some became
Be touched with its golden rhyme. interested who never have before.
And when many, many years have fled, Whe it is plaily evident much good
Ma. theseheart. with a, -,rem.,ains yet to be done. Mr. House-
Ms these hearts with a tear noer holder held up such a high standard of
See our country the greatest nation living, such holy asperations to the
Of earth, still free from shore to young and such thoroughly good advice
shore.ti free from hore to parents, that we are constrained to
May our children thenint with pride believe as the years o by much good
And honor to thee- Bran. ill result to those who were so fort
A hn tt. r. .. eate as to come under the influence of
-Fitzhugh Lee, of Scotland, Fla. this man. The church is "ifed, and
Platlnag Lettuce Umder Shade. some think in some respects this meet.-
A number of the shaded tobacco ing is the best ever held here. The
growers are preparing to put in lettuce p people hof Char efforts int apprecte
on a large scale to ship to northern and Mr. Householer's efforts im their be
eastern markets. unds have half, and will ever hold him, as they
eastern markets. The grounds have always have, in their highest esteem,
lantinga eun. It has been found hoping he ma live long as a true ia-
that preparing the grounds, the use of borer in the terpcheh havar e the
fertilizers, etc., in addition to making sympathy ofr. andll their friends inhave the se-
the lettuce crop will put the grounds insympaendsrin'
even better shape to follow with next rious illness of their eldest son, Cecil,
pe Lfrom an attack of appendicitis. Drs.
year's crop of Sumatra shaded wrapper Bond and Stukes have been attending
tobacco. So far, those who have gone the little fellowsince eMonda of last
into the lettuce growing are Messrs. week. Yesterday they called Drs.
McDaniel, 15 acres on the Ball & Gins- Moor and Ausley, who assisted with an
berg place, H. A. Williams, 15 acres onn, and the child is now resting
is companies place, Charlie Perkins, easy. A trained nurse arrived Satur-
15 acres on his place, and H. L. Bethel, dI, from Jacksonville.
on his company's place, 10 acres, with da Am es i entertaining
Mr. C. Cromarte to manage it for her cousins, the little Misses Pauline
him. It is thought a lettuce and celery and Eucalie Burroughs, of Monticello,
rop can be raised under shade and pro- daughters of Mr. Ollie Burroughs, the
tection as profitably and much cheaper popular knight of the grip.
than a crop of tobacco, and these gen. ular knight of the grip.
temen named above propose to test it Miss Mary Woodbury is spending this
by experimenting on the large scale week with her cousin Mrs. Ruby Whit-
"wationed above. The True Democrat field in Tallahassee and taking the
wia s all the gentlemen great success teachers examination. Miss Mary will
and lIrge returns for their enterprise be one of the instructors in the High
in practically testing the question as to School at Lloyd for the coming term.
whether a proftable crop can be made We shall surely miss our young people
and disposed of at remunerative prices, who will shortly leave us. Among them
A .hre a Miss Alice Patterson and her brother,
A salve good for anything where a Gwynnn, who re-enter Southern College
salve can be used-that's DeWitt's accompanied by their cousin Louis; Mr.
Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. It Hunter Woodbery re-enters the Univer-
cleanses thoroughly, keeps the pores sity of Virginia for his second term in
open and heals quickly. It is good for medicine, leaving Thursday; and Mr.
anything where a salve is needed. It Harman Smith leaves on the 15th to re-
cools and soothes and is especially enter Emory. But this training more
good for piles. We sell and recom- thoroughly equips our young people for
mend it. Sold by Tallahassee I)rug life.
(Co. Miss Nannie Chaires visited Mrs. J.
H. Patterson last Thursday night and
Leon High School Opealag. her aunt, Mrs. D. G. Chaires till
The Leon High School willopen Mon- Saturday, when she returned to her
day, 8:30 a. m., September 14th, with Capital City home.
the following program for the week: Rev and Mrs. J. E. Mickler left ear-
Monday-EnrollTment of pupils, as- ly Sunday morning for Centerville,
signment of lessons, and examination of where Mr. Mickler filled his regular ap-
new students. Faculty meeting at 12 pointment at Pisgah. The meeting is
o'clock in brick building. in progress there this week in which
Tuesday-lJegular recitations from Rev. Mr. Perritt will assist.
8:20 to 2-0. Mr. Hubert Cotten and Miss Alice
For Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- Patterson attended divine services at
day, from 8:30) to 9, short addresses to Pisgah Sunday and visited Mr. Miles
the students by the different ministers Johnson and sister, Miss Willie.
of the city, followed each day by the Mr. Wm Roberts spent a portion of
regular lessons Sunday in the burg, coming to meet his
On Monday and Tuesday of the first wife who came in on the afternoon
week no visitors will be solicited. After train from Monticello, where she had
this time all persons will be welcomed been for a week nursing her sister, Mrs.
A special invitation is extended to pa- Henry, during an almost fatal attack of
trons, District Trustees, County Board illness. She left her much improved
members, and County Superintendent under Dr. Glover's treatment.
to visit the school at the opening ad- Miss Willie Duncan spent last week
dresses at 8:30 o'clock on Wednesday, the guest of Miss Alice Patterson, her
Thursday and Friday of the first week. sister, Mrs. Rondeau Miller, coming
Since there is not an assembly room over Saturday for her.
large enough to accommodate the entire Miss Eula Glidewell who arrived from
school, pupils of grades one to four in- Tennessee last week to visit her rela.-
elusive, will report at the frame build. lives, Mr. and Mrs. MeLin, of Talla-

ing on Monday morning Very respect- hassee, is expected to arrive in unaires
fuUy, L S. BARSoUR, Prin. of school. Wednesday to visit Mrs. G. W. Patter-
-.--.-- son. Miss Eulas friends will be delight-
Death of Hagh T. Fisher. ed to see her again.
Hugh T. Fisher, 46 years of age, died Mr. R. C. Snipes, of South Carolina,
at the residence of his sister, Mrs. M. writes his mother that the recent se-
F. Duval, 125 East Third street yester- vere floods in his State has practicallv
day morning at 9 o'clock. Deceased ruined the cro upper potion of
was a native of Florida, and had resided the State and =washl way trestles and
in Jacksonville for fiften years. Two did terrible daage to railroad tracks
sisters survive him, Miss Irene Fisher and bridges, bt hat Georgetown is un-
and Mrs. M. F. Duval, both of this city. affected. Having business, caused by
The body has been prepared for ship- by the flood, he is unable to say just
meant by H. S. Moulton Company, fun- when he can come home.
ral directors, and will be forwarded to lut ht t "mM Com e.
Thomasville Ga., tonight at 7:45 o'clock N C
accompanied by his sisters. The inter- Gainesville is rejoicing in the pleasant
meant will take place thereupon arrival, prospect of a large per mill to be es-
-Times-Union, 7th. tablished there. This is an industry
Mr. Fisher was also a relative of Mrs. whose success would open up a new
R. A. Shine, and had other- close rela- field for Florida enterprise. There are
tives in Leon County, who extend deep said to be maby native woods that could
sympathy to them in the passing away be utilized in paper maktig. We be-
ef Mr. Fisher. One by one the old Flor- lieve if the newspapers of the State
ida printers are being called to a re- should organism to establish a paper
ward, and the last long rest, and may mill, the saving ia their print paper
this last "TAKE" of Hugh A. Fisher, be bills could be made to pay interest on
his best in Heaven. the stock invested.-Lakeland News.
The Leon Hotel is being generally Mr. Chaa. Cegwell left home Monday
everhaoled, and repaired and refitted for a week or two of rest and reere-
or the fall and winter business. Elec- tion In Peasacola. He was accompanied
Mkie lights have also recently been put in. by his wife.




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In order to obtain new subscribers and to
encourage the payment of old subscrip-
tion accounts .

Offers to the Lady rceavfig the
Highest number of


Magnificent $350.00 Piano

An instrument endorsed by many eminent
Musicians for its sweet tone, its lasting
quality and its artistic appearance. .
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:

One year,
Six months,
Three months,

- 100 votes
50 "
25 "


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.
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 extenJs to True Democrat readers everywhere.
After your name has been entered which will be done
on receipt of a ballot bearing it thereon, accompanied by
coupons to the amount of 100 votes, go to your friends and
ask them to save or vote their coupons for you; ask them
to go further and pay you for a year's subscription in ad-
vance; if they won't stand for a year try them for 6 or
even 3 months.
Regular weekly vote coupons must be placed in the
sealed ballot box at this office or mailed to the Contest
Editor on or before the date they bear. Subscription cou-
ponls 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 3 disinterested parties, different
people being asked to serve each 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 papers containing coupons
will be sold in bulk at a lower price 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., of Montgomery,
Ala., whose advertisement appears in this paper. It is a full size 71
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding beard, protected tuning
pins, ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, etc., etc., and has a supberbly
finished mahogany case. Its net (not list) value is $350.00. Its a
beauty to see, a melodious charm to hear! Go see it at

Address all letters containing votes to

Tallahassee, Florida.

Do it Now and then Repeat

Gras ta
kins and qess whb anre
Ow by a allot tvnl the Ow
World will e iMJ
*evn of the summer anywhere -
Atlantic coMst Adm im
George McManus' work will b i to
know that their will be a P Ha
Pete song given with next Sunday'b
Do not forget that DeWitt's Uittle
Early Risers are the best pillm mas .
They are pleasant little pills that are
easy to take and are prompt and gf.
tie. We sell and recommend them.
Sold by Tallahassee Drqg Co. *
Wina Uaftattithe datf tathe An pteu M-r- -.
hbwer. I wiz It amy imal 0 sbts a tiO
CouatY Jase f a LoOty, ears. IM -d aWk
for my dieslt gaudlam the pI-es at
July t16. iNs. sam

------h --- NEWl
Two (2) well located
Lots, at Panacea Miner-
al Springs, one adjoining
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-resia
dents,who are anxious
to sell. We offer them
for a limited time only,
and for a very low price.

J. T. Bernard & Son.

Hol m es


Has a Complete Stock of


It can] be bought in
small quantities or in the
Tallahassee, Fla.

Don't Hollerd


See Coupon Elsewhere.


If You're Hit.

The Crisis is Past

ion is clearing
is in Work.

The Situa
The Cure




The House that wants
your Business
"Hasn't got the Grunts."
Plumbing, Steam and
Gas Fitting, Priviate
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very easily and smoothly
mnoothly as to make yo
not shaving at all.

W MM AiWi blade is thick enough to permh
of temper and a keennes of edge which p
not be secured t any thin, wafer-like, flexib

Th WO fitR Safety Razor Outfit
Triple Silver Plated Frame and Handle, a
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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 low

prices on

Lace Curtains, Hammocks, Porch Rockers Settees,
Refrigerators and Freezers.

All Summer

Goods at

Close Out

Prices. Call and get prices and you
will be convinced.


J. E. THEUS, Propr.



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lank S S S .A

Lost His Psitioe
On account of drink, is what you
frequently hear about some very smart
men. The drink or drug habit can be
cured permanently and good men saved
to their families. Write at once for
confidential information to
24 Jacksonville, Fla.
It Can't Be Beat.
The best of all teachers is expe-
rience. C. M. Harden of Silver City,
North Carolina, says: "1 find Electric
Bitters does all that's claimed for it.
For stomach, Liver apd Kidney trou-
bles, it can't be beat. I have tried it
and find it a nbst excellent medicine."
Mr. Harden is right; it's the best of
all medicines also for weakness, lame
back, and all run down conditions.
Best, too, for chills and malaria. Sold
under guarantee at all druggists.
Foley's Orino Laxative is a new
remedy, an improvement on the laxa-
tives of former years, as it does not
gripe or nauseate and Is pleaasnt to
take. It is guaranteed. Sold by all
Rauber sumps noe& to s r at

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.
Yacgcr-Bctcl Co.
26-tf C

Jeff. D. Ferrell,

General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience. .

A porloa of the pblile
patre = Is soiJelted
tee I

For prompt relief in cases of weak
hack, backache, inflammation of the
bladder, urinary disorders, kidney
troubles and rheumatic pains, there is
nothing as good as DeWitt's Kidney
and Bladder Pills. The effect of these
pills is shown In a very little while.
In fact, you will feel better the next
morning, as they act promptly. They
are antiseptic. Be sure you get De-
Witt's. We sell and recommend them.
Sold by Tallahassee Drug Co. *

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TH TRUE DrMOCR.AT. lameNas and State A*ma News.
S TRUE D1MT ramionia September 7.-Masters Har-
Jonu see, were visiting the family of their
pU silin[ )EVKUY FrIDAY MOrMInO. uncle, R. F. VanBrunt, at this place
-- this week.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mrs. W. F. Robertson and family will
For Presidential Electors: leave lamonia and return to Tallahas-
H. P. BAILEY, I. W. BUTLER. see the latter end of this week.
ROBERT K. DAVIS OEO. r. MARTIN, Farmers had fine weather for saving
8AMUEL PASCO. ha last week.
For United State Senator: A Bar, a aster of C. M.
UNCAN U. FLE ThiL ., d Co Powell, is teaching the chi' ot Mr.
rr epresentaie strn st: John Courtne .as a private school. She
I)ANNTTK II. MAYS. boards with Mr. andMrs. C. M. Powell,
For Governor: who live on and cultivate the lands of
ABErIT w. SIIST. M. Beach, near bl known as the A.
SFor o (ROOM. C. Brown place. All the above are cit-
For Treasurer: izens of Grady county, Georgia.
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. Your lamonia correspondent was sick
For secretary of ltate: with cold attended with fever all last
i. 'CLAY ('IIA %FORIP. ... ..col.
For Attorney-Genera : week, but is nearly all right this week.
PARK M. TRAMMELL. Mr. E. J. Dickey and son, Eddie, are
For superintendent of Pntille Instruction : sick with badcolds.
WILLIAM M. HIIOLLOWAY. The public road running from the
For Commissionr of Agriculture: Georgia and Florida line, by this vil-
For Justices Supreme (',urt: large, to Dawkins' pond, was being
WILLIAM A. IIOCKEH. worked last week under the oversight
THOMAS M. SlIACKLEFOlDI). of Mr. A. M. Manning.
COUNTY TICKET. There was preaching at Bethpage
For Members of the ,i.lsiature: church on yesterday, the first SundayI
JOHIN L. NEELY, by Rev. H. J. Graves, pastor of Metcalf
A. 8. WELL. circuit for the present year. The con-
For county isde:. gre ation was average in size.
For Clerk 'Crruit Court: Mr. R. F. VanBrunt is today having
HENRY N. FELKEL. another one of our noted red cedars cut
For Sheriff: down at Dogwood, to be made into fur-
WILLIAM M. LANGSTON. niture. The wardrobe made from the
For Tax rAtESor first cedar is said to be just lovely. It
For Tax Collector: cost Mr. VanBrunt 40, total.
For Puperintendent of Public Instruction: Bee Treatment for a Burn.
EDWIN B. EPPES. If for no other reason, Chamber-
Por County Treasure: lain's Salve should be kept In every
J. EARL PERKIN& : household on account of its great
SAMrEL P. CHAIRES. value in the treatment of burns. It
For County Surtayor: allays the pain almost Instantly, and
VALLIE J. RANDOLP1t unless the Injury is a severe one,
. STOUTAMIRHE, W. A. ItEGISTER, heals the parts vIthout leaving au
W. COLLINS, It. G. JOHNSON. scar. This salve Is also unequaled for
L S. CRUMP. chapped hands, sore nipples and dis- f
School Board: eases of the skin. Price, 25 cents. For i
DAWSON BOATWRIGHT. sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.




r-* -%- ~
Once on a time I knew a man
Who said it didn't pay
To advertise the goods he had
To sell or trade away.
To prove that he was off his base
And make him clearly see,
I gave him half a page of space
And let him have it free.
It almost scared him into fits
To see himself displayed
As I displayed him. but he felt
Its influence on his trade.
I kept it up, his business boomed,
The customers swooped down
Upon his store until he had
The biggest rush in town.
One day I went around to call
And found him on the run,
With people waiting for their turn
When those ahead were done.
"Well, well," i cried in great delight
To see things boom that way.
"Don't advertising pay, old man?
What have you got to say."
I thought he'd like my work so much
And think my plan so nice,
That he'd not only praise my wares,
But pay me double price.
And did be do it? Listen, please.
I thought that I'd drop dead.

The Gensine Article.
Our Confederate friends, Col. Ray-
mond Cay and his charming family, de-
parted for Jacksonville, Florida, yester-
day well pleased with their mountain
pilgrimage. Mr. Cay at first made the
mistake of thinking that he was bump-
ing into Colorado and the Coloradoans
when getting robbed at tourist hotels in
the eastern foothills neathh the shadow
of Pikes Peak. It was only when he
came to the San Jaun mountains that
he encountered the men and women who
made Colorado, and really he did not
want to return hastily, yet business
called him home. In this section he
found the glad hand, the blood that cir-
culates, and many who went down with
the "Bonnie Blue." He found Ameri-
cans, men and women, blue and gray. -
Durango, Colo., Democrat.
Are you just barely getting around
by the aid of crutches or a cane?
Unless you have lost a limb or have
a deformity-if your trouble is rheu-
matism, lumbago, sprain, stiff joints,
or anything of like nature, use Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment and in no time
you can throw away your crutches
anl be as well as anyone. Price 25c,
50c and $1.04l Hardee-Smith Co., drug-

wnen vigorously ne turned on me -....-^^-.
Ad vigorously said: Durglars Did the Job.
"Take out that advertisement, quick; Some thief or thieves entered the Me-
Goldern yer pesky skin, Kinnon House, on Boulevard street,
I'll never git a chance to rest last Saturday night and managed to col-
Es long ez it stays in." lect a nice little sum of money and es-
-Tampa Tribune. caped without awakening the inmates.
~~- He, or they, entered by the back stair-
Enjoy Its Weelly Visits. way and walked right into the bedroom
Chipley, Fla., Sept. 5, 1908. of Mr. McKinnon, taking about $14.00
J. G. Collins, Esq., Tallahassee, Fla. from his pocket. Then from one of the
Dear Sir-Enclosed please find check boarders, Mr. Williamson, was taken
for $1.00. to cover amount of subscrip- $7.50 and from Mr. White, another
tion to True Democrat to July 12th, boarder, $19.00 were stolen. The only
1909. We all always enjoy the Talla- ones who escaped were those fortunate
hassee paper. (?) enough not to have any money to
With kindest regards to our mutual be stolen. The same night, and presuma-
friends, I am always yours to command, bly by the same thieves, the house
R. F. SCARLET. occupied by Mr. Daniel Simmons, oppo-
site Mr. 0. C. VanBrunt's, was entered.
A Sad Death. We have not been able to learn what
they succeeded in getting from the res-
Last Saturday, at 9 o'clock a. m., idence of Mr. Simmons, but our citizens
Mrs. Rosa Demetre, aged 27 years, had better be a little more careful
wife of S. Demetre, a Syrian merchant, about locking doors at night.
doing business on Market street, died, ,
after suffering for a long time, of can- Mrs D. M. Lowry and children have
cer. She leaves a kind husband and four returned from a visit to Pensacola.
little children to mourn her loss and ----
taking away, and they have the deepest
sympathy of Tallahasseeans in their
great bereavement. Mrs. Demetre
was laid at rest in the city cemetery on r
last Sunday.
Will Work lest for 0Both. *
So ma it be, and the True Democrat L 1&Ix0e
extends best wishes. From the Lake-
land News we take the following: Cleanses e stem Etect-
H. C. Sparkman has purchased the 1u l -
business of the Perry Herald which was U I ;all n aL
recently burned out, and will move the jcip dui t! Yn..ttm'to.
plant of his Wauchula Telegram to his (' tc 1sAtL u Ou n0 on;
new field. The business and subsnri- t n tuicts r OSa
tion list of the Telegram at Wauchula t /
is absorbed by the Advocate, which is a1 QXQta e.
thus left in undisputed possesion of the & 3t or "Aa Ckal
field. It has long been a puzzle to the OrIW d-
newspaper boys how two such excellent, ren -0oun ond 0
papers could exist in a town like Wau- 4 :t
chula, and it is explainable onjy on the T el J t aend icial effects
ground that the business people of that A in
community are about twice as progres-ia sihel jl te he Com"
sive and patriotic as they are elsewhere. e name 0t e om-
The new arrangement .is advantageous
all around, and the News feels to con- n
gratulate both editors and both comr- P jIl RilI
munities affected. CALnRUNUI
Mr. Guyte P. McCord left this week 0 S TM UP Co.
for his last year at the University of iA t
Virgiia. When Mr. MeCord returns
herne he will have earned his B. L. The m
True Deimorat wiabhs him a pleasant I a"W '
term lj a m m fu.l future. I




1n Reward. sIN.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science ham
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 constf-
tutilnal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acti-g direct upon
th bWoodi and mucous surfaces of the
stem, thereby destroying the founda-
tion of the disease, and giving the pa-
tient strength by building up the consti-
tution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
ledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Aug. 16-tf.
W. C. T. U. Neettag.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
will be held Monday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Baptist church. The time
for the election of officers has been
changed to September, so this will be
an important meeting, and a full at-
tendance is requested.
A Traveling Man's Experience.
"I must tell you my experience on
an eastbound 0. R. & N. R. R. train
from Pendleton to Le Grande, Ore.,
writes Sam A. Garber, a well known
traveling man. "I was In the smoking
department with some other traveling
men when one of toem went out into
the coach and came back and said.
There is a woman sick unto death in
the car. I at once got up and went
out, found her very ill with cramp
colic; her hands and arms were drawn
up so you could not straighten them,
and with a death-like look on her
'ace. Two or three ladies were work-
ng with her and giving her whisky.
I went to my suit case and got my
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy (I never trav-
el without it). ran to the water tank,
put a double dose of the medicine in
the glass, poured some water into it
and stirred it with a pencil; thep I
had quite a time to get the ladies to
let me give it to her, but I succeeded.
I could at once see the effect, and I
worked with her, rubbing her hands,
and in twenty minutes I gave her an-
other dose. By this time we were
almost Into Le Grande, where I was
o leave the train. I gave the bottle
.o the husband to be used in case
another dose should be needed, but
by the time the train ran Into Le
Grande she was all right, and I re-
eived the thanks of every passenger
n the car." For sale by Tallahassee
Drug Co.

Mrs. George Perkins and daughter
returned Tuesday from an extended trip
in several of the Norther States.
Miss Mina Alford will leave next
week for Washington, D. C., where she
will enter school, making vocal music a
Miss Wayles L'Engle entertained a
few of her friends at a delightful dance
last Saturday night
Mr. T. E. Perkins joined his wife and
child at Lanark on Tuesday, After
spending a few days there the family
will return home.
Mr. Homer Oiver visited his old home
and Tallahassee relatives and friends
last week.
Mrs. Julia C. Trice spent Monday and
Tuesday at Tallahassee, en route home
from a visit to friends in Wakulia, and
left Wednesday to open her school near
her father's home in upper Leon.
Mrs. Crosby Dawkins, Miss Elizabeth
Tatum and Mr. Clinton Dawkins leave
next week for Atlanta, where Clinton
will re-enter the school of Technology.
Mrs. Dawkins and Miss Tatum will be
absent several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel, from Louis-
ville, Ky., have rented the home of Mr.
George 1. Davis on College Hill. Mrs.
McDaniels is a sister of Mrs. Casler,,
who has lived in our city for several
Monday evening at her home, 329
East First street. Miss Ruby Mae Ba-
ker entertained a few of her friends in
honor of her guests, Misses Lewis and
McGriff. of Tallahassee. Games were
played atter which refreshments were
served. -Times-Union, 9th.
Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey
and Tar have been sold without any
person having experienced any other
than b-entficial results from its use
for coughs, colds and lung trouble.
This is because the genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar In the yellow package
contains no opiates'or other harmful
drugs. Guard your health by refusing
any but the genuine. Sold by all
1rV Rent I
On Bronaugh street, nice lot, feed
room and loft, and two stalls in same,
and buggy and harness room. two blocks
from Monroe street. Apply at this
office' 7
LotB Here I
For the next sixty days we will make
a liberal discount on all spot cash orders
for flooring, ceiling and novelty siding.
It will pay you to Investigate.
8-tf CHILD BRos.
Active at 87.
This would be unusual news It men
and women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism and all aches
and pains as well as keeping their
museles and Jonts Umber with Bal-
lar's lew Usis-t. Hardwee-mtith
Co., druggit&

TtuitjL3.ILrOb. South L U& Pattawsm, I
Pmat.~~= ==adaystiA wand T pM.
IJue W P. W6- W ek
VWis to worhiP with 'as.

Pmbytoai an Church. Mt. Wn.. H ZIstwr. Pma.
tr.-eular ervkices as U o'eeek a. m. and at
7AI o'clock p. m. Sabbath ahoel at *ij a. m.
Midweek service on Wednesday evening at 7M0
First BaptUt Church, Ray. Prutt, Putor.
Services: Sunday at 11 a. M. Mad 1JO p. m.; Bible
school 9:46 a.m.; Junior B. Y. P. U. 4 o'clock p. m.;
Senior BY. P. U.. .rkldat so0p.M.; PrYsWrand
'rajeeserviee Wednesday evening at 7M0 p: m.
Everybody welooop.
St John's Epboeol Church: Sunday@ and By
Day. 7:M0 a. m. Holy Communion-Sunday1 U
a. m.. and 8 p. m. Wednesdays. p. m. rrId
8 p. m- Choir practice after orvie. Sunday
Schoo at 10 o'clock every sundayr morning.
Chriatian Selence.-Swries an held every San-
at 11 o'clock a a. ad Wednesday evesn at
s o lock p. m.. in the front room, MNcoad story. of
the build east of the ostoAee. This room i
also uaed as a Christian Science reading room.
and opeO daly exopt Sunda and
aftornoOMM between the hours of 10 and It o'clock
a. m. and 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. All are cordially
InvAttd. The Sunday School is held Sunday morn-
ing from 10 to 10:46.
Cathollic Church-Rev. P. J. Bresnahan. pastor
Man and mermon at 9 a n. on the lot. 2d and 4th
Sunday@ of each (month; Rosary and Benedic-
tion at 6 p. m. On. the third Sunday mass at 7 a.
m. ; no afternoon vicec.





For Sale!

A few small farms, improved
and unimproved, in good locall-


Apply to


Lloyd, Florida.

Eye Specialists.
Home Offce up stairs In West Build-
ing, Corner Bay and Laura Streets,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Dr. Armstrong who has specilized on
the eyes and its reflex troubles for 16
years will make regular professional
visits to Tallahassee the first Monday
of each month, offering those who
may wish high class professional service
an opportunity to obtain same, nervous-
ness, headache, cross e) es and chronic
troubles overcome without drugs, knife
or operation. Office at Bloxham Hotel.
One day only. Next visit Oct., 5th.

Beech -Nut


Call and See our new Line
of Fancy Cakes Pies and
Braod. Everything
dean and Sanitary
In our New ShoP.

T. B. BYRD & CO.
Tallaassee, Florida.

A Weakling
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 Vermifuge
gets rid of the worms quickly, easily
and with no bad after-effects. Prioe,
26 cents a bottle. Sold by Hardee-
Smith Co., druggists. *
- Dr. Armstrong can always be seen at
the Bloxham first Monday of each
month. Any one having nervousness,
eye trouble, beadacha, or chronic trou-
bl should see him. 22-tf
Mr. Frederick Hocker spent Sunday
In TaMlaheos en route to the Mariu
XstUte, Mwrio, At.


Merchant Tailor.

Ch.afis Paama Hats


Makes Them New.

Also Cleans and PutA sh

Flrst,-clm uhape!aD

Kinds of Hts.

Cleaning, Repairing dad

Pressing Clothes a Specialty.



Tinning, Plumbin$

Sheet-Metal Work

All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout-
ing, and Sheet-Metal Work
solicited, and especial care
taken to please my pat-
rons. .

Plumbing a Specialty.

Phone 41 or see


for all kinds of



Dirt Work

ofjany kind,


Good Teams for Pleasure


Mrs H. Pope,

W. D. Pratorluas.

Out of town orders Po
elves prompt afaSt loe.
ay or Night.

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Parents--Mothers and Fathers.

SCHOOL DAYS will soon be here, and the Children must
have strong substantial Clothing for those "Rough days wear."
We want to call your attention to our line of Ginghams, Per
cales, Flanneletts, Plaids and Sultings for the little Misses school
dresses, and we have a large assortment of these materials to
select from.
We also prepared for the little Gents with a large range
of styles and patterns of Mrs. Jane Hopkins School Suits.
Bring the children in and let us fit them out for school
days--The most pleasant of all days.




The Cash

, eof A tpUi4fio for Tax Deed
- YU In Aeeordance with Seetions
4 ad 675 of the General Statutes of
S8toste of Florida.
TwtMr, pwc o f Tu WOUte Num-

ftsati LAM Le aySaso id o
Lot aimnberd AtIn jathsohet

bmbm a 7larnessdedflDeed Ds@&P.
~~J'L1. Was, a w:ernwhrmm
ofe thern
@aiwc m m li e Ia-eshbe redeeUs.
husv det 4nnber. A. D. 1366
Cbry Cksl~at OwkLonadmaR thhWthe

An Luzr6, over many Cough. Lung and Bronchial Remedies, because It ride tht
system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowels. No opiates. Guaranteed to give
satisfaction or money rftanded. Prepared by PINEULZ MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. U. S. A.

cum~ Backache

CURE Do not risk having
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Brght's Disease
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes

W. Jones. Unless mid ertfieato shall be w
deemed eecording to law, tax deed will am there-
on on the rd day ofSeptembw. A. D. 180M
Witness my oBela m and sma this the
21st day of August., iw
8-St Clerk Circuit Court. Leom county.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Given in Accordance with Sections
574 and 575 of the General Statutes of
the State of Florida.
SLIAM GAMBLK, purehaer of Tax Cartif.
eats Numbered O 1. dated the sixth day of Au-
gust. A. D. iloM he filled mid eartiaeMte inmy
oke Mad madopeato for tax deed to I me
in eedase wi hw. mUid eortffe embmens
the followiag deasribd property, state Ia Lea
comuty State 0a lorUs, to-wit: L9t numbered
eibt. in the mrtiwwt QuMarter of Mt eetis thir.
ty..1M31.Ia towmship erme 1. north o IT M.
1. Mt o St. Aumste BrSmach lotaJ.L .. yw'
ewof aad0f A. ( -a m pwper t W -
d Dead Book P. pMe W0. kota-nfbe4W
l000 of an aer
The Md lald m ameed at the date d the

* of Appleation for Tax Deed there... n the th deU a September. A. D. 19. Certificate Numbered M. dated the Mth day of Notice of Application for Tax Deed Inn" d Uof, mu u l theM a etettem
ms in ieconaf.e with SectioA Ags1K hgas M~a'sd tht* Ia s Atd ortiate t Is S Giv n in j A ccordance with ectio aceard to law ta ded wte bub themed o
and S7 of the Geseral Statutes oftE Lordae w a it. embes the 574 and6575 of the General Statute. daer.A. D. 1i the
State of Florida. ,NrY TA MstrLib taxpdeedtyof'e myen ,tt-e aM 7M5ote witi Ssttiese
St Clerk iit Cort. L prty. it tn Leon of the State of Florida. wth day of Aug st,11m th th
TA TLEY Notice of Application for Tax Deed ate at taI O IS o HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 8uAto. HENRY T. 7ELKEL.
es a msCss s TNum.o Applaton uartr of the nrtwest quarter of. ill Ld .. urhaer Clerk Crut Court. L oun, .
eA-th,166UK has sBledmlnes. given in Accordance with Sbetions 574 tweaty-foar.4t, n township one. 1 t. roet ned1 .Pi lame Ca. h aTat Clerk Ceeiat Cort. I= county
osftax sad 575, of the General Statutes of land~ aemedat atest U Ow D. se. e laion f ot tde Seiemeat
the StateofFlordad .a" s of n wertift in the name Of W. i and made a plewithl fS tax deed to -u
I l4me ent State of 0 irat; andt C E HBUtR T GIVEN THAT L. C, ior. Unless id ertificate *hall balredemaeed in tefdooe with embaes Made as required section 3 Chapter g6M,
rd TlihasMe. towit: T.C.tM- mi purhsmr of Tax Certifcmtoe number odinel to law, taxded will issue tMheI on the ow dto2 1107, ttate In L.
F.i Mk has file said &.tl lh dayoTS.ptai r- A."D. 190 county.8tateofFora to-wit: The west half hA t nt of h chard to the
StSSbeingasa tte dafteoftheorWisy of Aplsiatu I nd f sel Dste township twooutf rto m w"st "T et1 ot L Cot. r te
MA = o*ineartek i thim un 0et1 Elaf4 ss1 e 1 snararnee, w* law. Sam ertifiate 14th day of August, 1901. twmhe oee for the urren ent yI* and the .
sMid eartieate sha be rdeW emrmma the folowgng described property st. si aL.. HENRY T. FLr tinir 0a c es t or l he id landbe- osametat f tm mt h al nd

eI ngasss et ,d cn essed at td dat m of the State of lorida. to od teR Of the t APPORTIONMENT.vlfo for
to law, tax deed will lame tbhemes oat@ id ees eouNty, State of Florka, t-wit: The 2.5-t Clerk Circuit Court. Leo n cru ly. F certiflate in the mnem of William McCabe estate which taxes have been levied:
Sf Application for Tax Deed t qutof the south tor otice of Application for Unless said ertate shall be redeemed acotrd- eota tax for the ye r r1R...... m.i...
La Aord, e With Settion b Notimeed oAppliationd to law. tax W me tax deed will Issu there of Tax Amount p Issue thereon the 16th t paid to t. 1, 190R.3.- .
T oet, o 11r1a. V1.tI m in townshdoip two t, aUth of Given in Accordance with Secti on day oSeptmbSeon nt. A. D. 12.1
Car BCir T eUft AT D. thet, Nr T.0 lL gMacrs r 574 and 575 of the GeneralStatuteof 574 and my5 of thicia siGenature and eal this the Balance.............. I4.1101.-
oft or. Tx etdN- M et ClsairO rtlicato inmthe n am, o f the State of d lorida. 14f the Stateof Florida. TdfAELKEL tAPPORTIONMENT.

N of Application for Tax Deed Margartodwa Uleso o t.i. edoRtyt a o lTord TEtowGIt: T VEN iAT THE St i OTICE Slk C HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE t Cu a.GemrlRnuet- .1.1. S, 1.M.00
m in Accordanme with Seetior Gbe s ild n acce with corgtion ttlaw- dedWill" J.P.Wl NamLs Iad tqo., purchase of Tax Reeno.--- Soe.ofTx --..--S.-
Sat ere m e the 16th day of September, A. D. 1 e 1Crtficat wNumbI tw,. dated the 6tof dg t Au- Notice of Application for Tax Deed ..................f Ant to pt t.- 7m
#Mi7 575 of 5 ntheeGwoeral Staotuteseofmmysls"igatr end eh. Dann. 10 ....6. .DL9 has filed said.c rtiflst oI Given in Accordance with Sections Amountidtopt..-i.i----.1. ..M-I.1
S atFlorda ilthed 0 A ugt ,0 lo.rf. ice and made app t lica dtion for tax detl tolae m ..p........................... 1.3 110.00

anV sVW eATrKta N Eaccordance with law, Ma certificate e a 74 and 57 of the General Statutes Amount paid to Sept 1.. 1. .- g
Of toINn0 lek Csheurt lap CountyFla.the following desribed property, situat nLeon of the State of Florida. 1e and Forfeiture t ......... A0.00
ht 1 a isaen i md*Notice of Aication for Tax Deed oNtyeSut.oof Florida to.wt: The seth weet INOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE A .ountpaidtoSept.1.l130.. 2.4L"- SI&IS
c-, a ,,eGi en oim w ithSetionsquarte. P. Wrioteslliasa mrcoi Lhnedh on .p. rheasor oCTax Rads and BrdSh ......... 1:. 33sI
hIoSSt&tt Nsthet OsffSwosC- io.rtsfuaetf numb &,dtedthe S dayaof.m-
1 pm a574 md5 75 tGaml Statuteso f 5 t tnuro rGesnmeorera. SAuaoA.wD.190 boa filed sald erthi esp.eaSchoolDiabiet No. 1.L
SudaS T5 midlad e,.att d "t Ofthe inomye onmde aplfation for ax de edto Amount paid to Sei 1i 4 1.a-- .4

the e ofolmuse e mhlqa g A. nso s hawf i **<* I eW. Give in i eiordance with SewhestifWonn o iacdnwt SSdle teS
nL.oIoTmeM U lX M THAT THU Taylor. Un.m maid certificate she re- :Ibra fo ow -g0dti-t 4.901.tu1
iiTa wde6ssi aocudlg tolaw, t UKdeae WMil thi0 there- tn In Leon county.Sall -e : T1he Attest- Haxo T. FreLK2L.

o na a me f 1 the ifbur.taddhea en t 4w 0 August.1.. T.BK, M. oTL 3 w n-law- oaedo at In the Circuit Court of Florida, 2d Ju-
esumw* 01dltrn'oIs:fthe h"SCinle rk. CsCircuit Court. Lo eos c iaM the dote of the Jmmnee of mid tflte d Coent
,0 f the M dtm t "u8u Gemth.Use dioti.e of Application for Tax Deed UiIm m etfidat e .t.11 be m Ida.

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(Continued from 1st paee)

Not to be too precise in location or in
personality, we will speak in asupposi-
0 A.
Suppose a young man is convicted of
a minor offense. He is sentenced to a
yar in the camps and begins his term.
The contractors will pay for his servi-
ces during the year he is to serve, say
$400. But his father has some ready
money and is willing to give it up for
the young man's freedom. It a his eonm
ces :has no weight besie the love of
the father. The contractors are willing
to sub-lesse for twice the amount they
pay. Why not? They can get another
worker, perhapeven more able-bodied
than is young man, for $400 a year
and have enough left to hire still another.
So the young man is sub-leased, per-
haps not in the name of the father, but
the father "pays the freight." The
youth is free and the State is defied;
justice is robbed of her due. Is it over-
drawn? Not a bit. Just wait. Walt
supinely; forget the convict lease sys-
tem. Think it is not your business, but
the business of some one else-and soon
you will know that it is not overdrawn.
And while you are learning, Benaparte
will be learning and his special writers
will be here in Florida, and the news-
papers and the magazines will teem
with the stories, twisted, distorted half
truth and wholly gros-for it is Flori-
da, and it was aFloridian, Frank Clark,
who so cruelly flayed Bonaparte on the
floor of the lower House only last term
of .
Shal we sit and wait, or shall we set
to work?

Following our appeal of yesterday for
the abolition of the convict lease sys-
tem in Florida, many will inquire as to
what disposition is to be made of the
convicts in Florida when the system is
abolished. To this there is one answer
which appeals to us as being head and
shoulders above all else--
Of course, it is easy to say "build
roads," and to think "build roads, but
there will be many who read this who
will fail to grasp at once what a com-
prehensive system is involved in these
two short words as applied to the con-
vict system of a State. There is not a
State in the Union that has solved the
question as Florida has the opportunity
at the present moment to solve it-an-
other broad statement but one which
can be proved.
Take Iowa for an example. Some
years ago the roads of Iowa was synony-
omous with clinging mud and mire. To-
day the roads of Iowa are built of the
most part of hard rock, cement and
lime rock which is found in any quanti-
ties right at the very roadside. Convict
labor hasdone a part of it; road taxes
and work four days a year by every
able-bodied voter in the various town-
shipe have completed what it was im-
possible to do with the convict labor.
Now Iowa has roads.
There is not the least question that
Florida needs roads as badly as any
State in the Union, Her sand is an im-
mense drawback to farming in the re-
mote sections for it requires too great
labor to get her perishable products to
market A network of good roads
throughout those portions of the State
which would first betaken up with the
smaller farms, the truck patches and
the fruit farms, would create a revolu-
tion in development of the latent re-
sources of the State and place Florida
where she belongs in richness. So much
for the need of good roads.
To build these roads with convict la-
bor would be by far the most economic
method and certainly there are sufficient
miles which almost cry for improve-
ment-to obviate any protest from the
laboring men that they would be robbed
of their wage by the employment of
convict labor in building the greater
portion of these roads. But in order to
build them, a system must be devised
and followed-a system which will em-
brace the housing of the convicts, their
keep, their overseers, their medical at-
tention, and a method of placing them
where they would do the most good.
Right here is where Florida has the
advantage of any other state. She has
now no penitentiary. She would need
two, one north and one south, or one
east and one west She would start
with only the foundation, the convicts
themselves, upon which to build a model
system, with the light of modern cien-
tlfc methods to guide her in each step,
whereas other states have been saddled
with state institutions to which must be
adapted every reform. Florida would
have the free hand. Her institutions
could be model institutions with as lit-
tie expense as they could be claptrap
affairs without method or sanitation.
In this she would be far ahead of thee
older states in the development of their
penal system. Here would not be a re-
f orm or a remodeling-it would be a
building from the ground.
Merely as a suggested foundation for
the system to be followed the Tribune
woukr advance an idea about as fol-
. Let Florida build two state penal in-
s" titutions, the two being located in op-
posite sections of the state, one being
or the older convicts, or those con-
vited of more serious offenses; the
other to be in the nature of a reforma-
tery. Let these institutions be under
the direction of a board consisting of
Hh t- v and such other officials as
e ti- p~~.tiet th ea at s shall
de d adhir-tltutio to be under
d- aMe t of a warden who

shall b repoibl to the state priew
board for all him act. Let tMeatm
Criaon board or a oemmtlsm ebhoamaf
t sole purpo hav eharge of thi
contratin for vct laer nth
roads of them, vare beti g a o
traet to e bd, fed pand treated at
amount per mile for nodeided work mid
the oonvicts at all tin to be in
of guards from the Ittutlot wam
furniahes them, the rapas beft a-
compan by othe o w do.
ties Idall be to see that the e mvite ane
Thisias abut a bare outlin agges-
tion. There are many details which
will be brought out only by diameoan
and deeper study than we have boe
able to give so far, although we have
been thrown in touch with some of tim
leaders in penal reform and -e aMnsl
methods of charities and correction
and have audied their work to a eon.
iderable extent, both in theory and
practise. It is a matter which thebast
nbrnd of Ma are may well study, and
many have we studio and it is their
auetiowu whieh should be embodied
int modW l plan which Florida may
follow it ah ao desim.
It is certain that the present system
must be changed, This is merely a se-
rim of blared be marking a path
which may be followed with profit and
with honor.
you must have good health. You can't
have good health if your liver is not
doing it's duty-slow but sure poison-
ing sla going on all the time under
such circumstances. Ballard's Herbine
makes a perfectly healthy liver-
keeps the stomach and bowels right
and ,acts as a tonic for the entire sys-
tem. Hardee-Smith Drug Co.. drug-

They Ala Wet ar Best.
Short Talks, Times-Union, says :
'That women when united for any good
cause can bring great results is often
clearly made apparent. Many a neat
looking city or town in Florid owes its
attractiveness to a MBes' town im-
provement aaociato' The augg-
tion has been made that aosh assoea-
tiona in the gulf towns interested Join
in pushing the East Bay canal project,
which leads the Panama CityPilot to
say in praise of them: 'Just whe
these associations began their work in
Florida the Pilot does not know, but it
does know that they have done some
very effective work, and are increasing
in numbers and power at a most satis-
factory rate. From different localities
come reports of their public benefac-
tions, clearing up street, establishing
parks, starting public libraries, and
generally aiding and beautifying their
towns and cities. Some have taken upon
themselves the duty of inducing immi-
gration, sending out literature to pros-
pective homeseekers describing the ad-
vantages of their own sections; while
others are engaged in getting facts and
figures that will bst aid their own peo-
ple to a more prosperous comdition. In
fact there is no phase of home or pub-
lic life that these associations are not
looking after."
We take pleasure in directing our
readers' attention to the advertisement
appearing elsewhere in our columns of
the Southern School of Telegraphy, lo-
cated at Newnan, Ga. There is a great
and constantly growing demand for
telegraph operators, and we are glad to
see this worthy and well-recognised in-
stitution doing such creditable work In
helping supply that demand. Any
young man wishing to learn a good pro-
fession should investigate the opportu-
nities offered in the telegraph old by
writing at once for the School's frr, de-
scriptive literature. 2-Am
From San Jsan to Africa,
can be had from "Teddee-in-the-Jun-
gle Co., of Wanesburg, Missouri, and
the Kansas City Post says of it:
"From San Juan to Africa, via The
White House or Teddyin theJungles,"
is the title of a booklet which is being
placed on the market, and which is at-
tracting much attention in Democratic
circles. It is filled with laughter from
beginning to end and is a clever bur-
lesque supposed to bethery of the
President s coming trip to Africa in
quest of big game. It is supposedly
written by the President after he has
completed the trip in the jungles.
By the time tho Presdent returns
Taft's administrationn is just getting
into full swing. As he lands uon his
native soil once more Roosevelt, finds
all hispictures either turned to the wall
or fly specked and dirty, and with sink-
ing heart he proceeds to Washing-
ton only to fnd that Tafthas thrown off
the yoke'and is running tas to suit
himself. I'he booklet aIs modIred with
an illustration on the front showmg a
picture of the President as he appear
ust before the charge at San Juan hill.
The book is illustrated by Earl Hurd,
the well known cartoonist of the Post,
and is edited by Jack DeGolyer Run-
way. Price 10 eents.-Kansas City

Every person should know that good
health Il Impossible If the kidneys are
deranged. Foley's Kidney Remedy
will cure kidney and bladder disease
in every form, and will build up and
strengthen these organs so they will
perform their functions properly. No
danger of Bright's disease or diabetes
If Foley's Kidney Remedy is taken In
time. Sold by all druggists.
Most merbaSta weald rather at the
end of a moth, pay a big bill for ad-
vertlasir, sad have an eq sum left
in bank a the a t oftao the month
than to pay a a dvwti bill
still haet as oIsaw m aed to the
bank balamee. that is just about
the way it usuauy works.-Seord

p miNaN CLAL"1

Fresh garden eed at Holmes' Drus
Co.'s store. M

Leon County Lands for Sale
at Reasonable Prices.
I have decided to cut:a part of,
my 1600 acre plantation up into
small tracts, to suit satisactory
purchasers who would make good
neighbors. This is soae of the
very best agricultural lands in
Leon County. For particular
and prices, address
TaRlahaFeD, Na.
R. F. D. N. 1. a-

[W re-publish this "lIn Memorlaa,"
heii m aaa thesecMod pae of the eep
w, s written on the owa ide a&M
everlkedby thboe e itor, which
aMd it to appear ald]
"IN HU=AV ."
'hwe a etels do always behold the
foe of my Father"
fnesI Uedt the oamrto of Heaven,
Umahd were s apm ihamrp amd tone,
WhIm a little new-bora raph
Kaelt beore the a Thl~to;
WM tll soft white wne lifted,
a- if In anestp-myr,
Anlevoice in dove-like murmnrs
RO s Mke music O tMhe ar.
LightM from the fall feWst of Glory
On his sobes of whites glistand,
And ds bright- wapBeau him-
Bowed radiai4n01Fslt
"Lord, fron Thy Thryn ofa Glory here,
My heart tun fdly to another
O Lod, our Uod, tim Comfort ,
comfort Comfort my der Motler!"
One sat sorrow hb Thou seat her,
Mo 1 has she draknd the aup,
"And the jewel Thou didet loa her"
U yielded Up.
Let r o h woe surround her,
PFeel IUlf byhe foresakes,
Let her think whob faint and wary
-I am waiting for her r. "
Let oaeh ls-that makes* earth dreary
Make the Hope of Heaven more dear-
The dove-like wui..tas died away
Upon the radiant air,
But still the "little" suppliant knelt
With hand still c .aspd i prayer,
Still were those= myly ead Oyeu
Turned to the sapphlr throne,
Till golden harps aad angel voice
Rang forth in mingled tone,
And as the swelling numbers flowed
By angpl voices ven,
Rise, weet, and clear, the anthems
Through all the courts of Heaven.-
0 Lord,. our God the Comforterl
Comforter my dear mother
The infant cherub bowed his head
"Thy will, 0 Lord! be dOne."
For a Sprained Ankle.
A sprained anKle may be cured In
about one-third the time usually re-
quired, by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment freely, and giving it abso-
lute rest. For sale by Tallahassee Drug
Mr. William T. Damon is registration
officer for District No. 13, and will have
books open for registration Tuesdays
and Thursdays until October 2d, 1908.
Let every voter pay up his poll-taxes
and register.

To Tra SsuMr or IaSON COUwrT, or as
STATs or roumotDA:
-FORD, Secav tr of State of the State of
Florida, do bhrebr girve notice that a
will be held in Lees county. State of Florida, on
Tuesday next sueesedlng the first Monday in No-
vember. A. D. 190 the Maid Tuesday bein the
For five Prealdential Electors.
For Representative from the 3rd Consressional
District of Florida, in the Sixty-first Congress of
the United St mtstoe
or Governor te of Florida
Feo Secretary of State at the Statef Forida.
For Attornmy-430n1 I f the State of Florida.
or ComptrolbT ao the State af Florida.
Fo Treasurer o tko 1tate of Florida.
o nuperiutadet of Public Intruction of the
Fr CommiseimoMr of Agrieulture of the State of
For two Justies of the supreme Court of the
State of Florida.
For Railroad Co-inliner of the State of For1-
For two Members of the House of Represeota-
tiv of the State of Florida.
For County Jadgo.
jar Sheriff.
Far Clerk of the Cir cuit Court.
Far County Aam..r of Taxe.
Faw Tax Collector. P
For County Superttendent of Public Intruc-
tr County Tresmuer.
pt County ayr.
For five County Comuiloef.
Fr three Membme of the County Boardof Pub-
lic Instruction.
Far Justice of the ]es in and for the follow-
lag Justice Ditr ,o. via : .
Noe.L. 2.34. S 8, ,1, 10.L .
F.rconstable l amd far the foiowlag Justice
N.1,2, 4 I a, I10. 11.. 1I.
In T-.lmony Wbre. have behruto t et
hand and si the Gr Seal of the
L State of Flrda. atTellmhMM. thsOi
tel. ths th bet dav of Oee<-r. A
Swreary of Sta.
To WM. K L e*o. ShnE' L Omaty.
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tried u(*thig ese*; it was bet-
or worse. Then Devoe; it cost
t half and wore twice as long.
T t's how experience teaches some of
(4' Your. tru ,
.4 W. W. DgvoE & Co.
P. S.-Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our
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Notice of Incorporation.

Sunderaigd will. on the 14th day of Oetober.
A. D. 1906. make application to His Exelleoncy
Napoleon R. Broward, Governor Florida, for
Pdttors Patet morporadmt the Clarm Tobacco
Company under the followinCharteS!r.
The undersigned hereby asmmoeate themselves
together for the putrmse o becoming Inoorpers-
ted under the laws of the State of Florida for the
transaction of business under and by virtue of
the terms of a Charter, which to a follow :
The name of this corporation shall be the Claro
Tobacco Company, and its principal place of bust-
aeashball be in the City of Tallahasse, In the
eamaty of Leon. in the State of Florida, with such
branch cffices in the United States of America. au
/ may be determined on by the Board of Directors.
The nature of the business to be transacted by
this company shallbe to plant, row cultivate.
aure and manufacture tobaeo. To export, im-
port and generally deal in leaf and fine cut tobac-
s e cigars, cheroots and cigarettes. Alto to pur-
ehase.'leaseor otherwise acquire, to control, main-
tain and operate tobacco warehouses, factories,
wholesale agencies and depot for cu ring. storing.
Laufacture and sal t tobacoo. eigars, cheroot*.
S lWarettes and smokers' supplies. To purchase;
S ewN, convey, lease, mortgage or exchange, and in
S other way deal in real and personal property.
T odeal in general merchandise. To own, control
a ftderatesaw mill and tramways. To purchase.
wnm and control stocks in other corporations, and
ito d perform such other things as may be
e^& u.r incidental to the proper conduct of
the aesseu of this corporation.
Se amount of capital stock authorized shall be
Ifty thousand dollars, divided into fivAn hundred
of the par value of one hundred dollars
The capital stock of this corporation may
be paid for wholly or in part In lawful money of
the Ulited Staten or in property, labor or services'
( ata fat valuation to be fixed br the Inoerpora-

This corporation shall exist forever.
The b aineem of this corporation shall be man.
M !by a Preeident. Vice-Premident. Secretary,
rimmmrr and a Board of Directors. to conatst o
ot leae than four nor more than mven. the nuni
ber t hbe fixed by the by-laws of the company;
~athhe aee ef Treasuer mya be killed
with any of the other offers of the omm-
ythe same porsof.
Snual meetd s.of the toclkholdm sall
be at the owem e the m am n the
CUE 1 Talla 1 as1 tor1a% on tAnrot Tesday
edt Nem ,a. at e 0 'cloek a. m. The Diretors
Shall be elected by the stoekhoaers na maeordase
with the provielo of the bylaws. All other
ammd lbe elected inthe mannr preseribed
"*e 0T sEt- shall meet annually imualsately
en t adJour mt of thestoekholders' met-
S %a the annual maeet or moeb speeal m1et.
mtha e ealled uad t the laws of lorda
i~ -im-ierthe bylaws of th" pay ur the fol.
Assm sNhaltl ndudat th busiaminm

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H. LC.vlt a7LN H .tem. Dan o.
Noel d J. D. H aMDiretr.
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Schol Days! School Days !-Dear Old Golden

S R le Days.

ES THEY ARE NEARLY HARE, and now is the time to get the children ready for school.
Whatever you may want, we can please you, a nice assortment of wash goods for school

dresses, shoes, hats and all the rest.

We are going to offer you our entire stock of wash

I "mI goods, consisting of percals, ginghams, chambrays and suiting, at 10 cents the yard.

Now there are some extraordinary good values in this lot, the percals we offer you are yard wide

and good fast colors worth 12 1, cents the world over.

The ginghams are

Foil de Noiqs French

patterns, A. F. Cs. in plaids and solids and the famous wash gingham known as "Red Seal"

Zephyrs, you have always paid 12 y cents for these.

IWe will sell you the best yard wide bleach-

ing at 10 cents the yard and everything else you may want for the children at low prices.

AI RM 140 Soth Monroe Street. Phone 39,.
ALF DU BROT E, Ta4lahass- F-loida.

IThe Store that gives the MONEYS WORTH with EVERY Purchase.



School Books
and Supplies

I have in stock every
Book anckArticle needed
in all Schools.
To enable me to sell
goods at the closest pri-
ces I have decided to
sell strictly for cash.
I solicit your patronage
on these terms.

Dear friend:
When it is good and hot I like a
glass of ice tea better'n I like lemon-
ade because there is tea init. I like
the color and the tea taste. Lemon
helps it too. I am warm right now be-
cause I have just come from the gro-
a with a package of tea and a sack
of lemons. We drink Chase & San-
bourn's tea, 75 cents a pound.
A whole dozen lemons only costs 25
Your friend,
P. S. They are always polite and
wait on you quik at
Sueesesor to T. H. Randolph & Son.

i L Respectfully,

Book and Stationery Store.

Sheriff's Sale.
and by virtue of an execution issued out of
the Honorable County Judge's Court in and for
Laos county, hearing date of the 3rd day of Sep-
tember. A. D. 1M0. for the sum of mevnteon dol-
lars (817.00) and ejats. wherein J. H. Fountain is
plaintiff, and George Lumas is defendant. I have
this day levied upon the following described prop-
y: Two (2) bureaus, two (2) truika, one (1)
bd d and springs two [(2] mattress four [4]
tab mix l[6] chairs, one [IJ cook stoV Utr., two
[] smoothing irons, one [1j lamp. oe IU air rifle,
as the property of George Lumas, and on the 12th
day of September. A. D. l10W. during the legal1
hours of al. I will expose the above described
property for ale to the highest bidder for cash to
satisfy aid execution and the cost of sa suit.
2S-2t Sheriff Leassunty.
J'""t" Eactly
"I have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for several years, and find them
'Just exactly right," says Mr. A. A.
Felton, of Harrisville, N. Y. New
Life Pills relieve without the least
discomfort. Best remedy for constipa-
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all druggists.


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He thanks the Voters.
TALLAHASLEE, Aug. 14, 1908.
Through your newspaper, I desire to
sincerely thank the voters of Tallahas-
see for the liberal support given to me
for the office of City Tax Collector dur-
ing the past two years, and to state to
them now that owing to my purchasing
a half interest in the firm of F. H. Ran-
dolph & Son's grocery business, that I
wil not be a candidate for re-election,
desiring to give my full time to my new
Very respectfully,
25-4t C. Z FENN.
See Collins for Job Printing.

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It a newspaper, during the cours unfair in polities; what are they wheo
S a plwsphper, during i ourwhi of h life is at stake and the Integrity of the
a rial, publishes an opmc .whch courts involved?
mlht be supposed to infe -ce theju- We have pardons dealt out without
decision, the newppipuni measure to criminal-we have cow
w contempt of eUly. But what of the lawyersoao either wha i. the ,ood of mininc g lnc-h
ad who deliberately sek to Indlunee l wwhen tho e o ic ia Moile
public opinion by stm t and int- teach o to put no faith in justele
views designed to isaedt public impartiality of the eourts?--Tm-s.
Wthic, in turn, reacts upon the jury? le Union.
not the lawyer who is officially a part
and parcel of the legal machinery more The Remedy That Does.
than the paper, since he is up- '"Dr King's New Dicovery is the
P0 toapprecite more fully his re, remedy that doe- the eataf other
sponsibility to the court and the public? Pomed but fat l to perform" aya
At an expense to the defendant of Mrs. E. R. Pierson, of Auburn' Cenre
about half a million dollars and a much Pa. "it is curing me of throat and
cost in money and reputation to lung trouble of long standing, that
mm a 1 trouble of long stndin, a
S lie, the Thaw trsal rse s to have other treatments relieved only tempo-
saoisned t.he doctrine that a mah in rarely. New Discovery Is doing me
S:ossession of his a y en so much good that I feel confident It.
it a crime for which he is not rap continued use for a reasonable length
sibe and regain the tull poeiessi o of time will restore me to perfect
his faculties immediately thereafter. It health. This renowned cough and
matters not that he may already have told remedy and throat and ng
taken measures and used language to healerIm sold by all drugst. 50c
show premeditation-the doetrine li ofheand1.00. Trial bottle free.
"badenatorm" relieves him of the pun- aGd $I.0r. Trldl bottle free.
laent that would surely be visited on Mrs. j. WaiteCollins, of Tallahas-
a poor man if he can find the money to e .nd OW Mater Moey Collins,
oy lawyer and expert .e arerved last e 3veu onay C it to Mr.
Now we have the Haia trial which and Mr Walter N. Shie, f Riverside.
threatens to absorb the attention of the Mrs. Collins i the dMughter of the late
wmtry in a eampalrn year. Already Captain Alexander Moeley and the
the lawyers on either side are filling the granddaughter of the late Governor
msper with claims and counter-claims William D. Moseley, the first State
"hints are being given as to the pro- Governor of Florida.--Jacksonville Me-
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