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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 18, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00187
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL. 4.





18, 1908.

NO. 30.

Good Government;

Honesty in Public

Office ;

Equal Justice to All--Special


to None.

*~ ---
eow the Treasury Vaults at Wash.
, ington are Protected.
Not a dollar has ever been taken
from the United States Treasury by
force. Perhaps the nearest approach
to looting the vaults of the treasury
was the time Martin Broadfoot had his
plans about perfected. This was hack
in the eighties, and the plan was to
get into the building by means of the
great sewer which runs under and near
the treasury and is known as the Fif-

teenth street sewer and which grow
larger as it enters the Potomac abou
three-quarters of a mile from the Whit
Broadfoot's plan, as developed after?
his arrest, was to get into the building
crack the safes and place the money i
large rubber bags and float therm dowi
the sewer to the Potomac, where hi
pals would be in waiting. These bag
were found in his room when he w:i
arrested, and secret service men na'
often seen him walking a!on17 the shore
of the Potomac near where the bi;
sewer empties. bhis sewer is about
nine feet in diameter where it passe.
the treasu-y. A man could easily rnmak
his way up the sewer through a strean
of water which under rormalcondition:
is only about twelve inches d'ep. 11.
entering the tunnel or sewer at tht
river the journey to the treasury coulh
be made by keeping a sharp lhokl
out. When the man or mei
in the sewer reached the Fifteentt
street sewer nothing wonld separate
them from the gold coin and bullion ex
cept about eighteen feet of earth an(
not too secure stone wall. It wai
Broadfoot's scheme to dig his way
through this obstruction and to let tht
earth float or wash down the sewer. I
would not have taken one man mor<
than two weeks, working only at bright
to have made opening large enough foi
W[ n to crawl through. Of course
iad foot knew the exact location o0
vaults, and when he once reached<
"em he would have had no trouble ir
getting the gold coin and bullion. Ii evidently his purpose to fill the
rubber bags with the precious stuff anc
float them down the sewer to the river,
th Aewe- looked aftW-by
M oeeW This was the only
si' y well laid plot ever made to loot
the treasury, and just why Broadfool
was never given a trial has never beer
known to the public.
He was an intelligent man, and sus.
icion was first aroused against him by
his frequent visits to the money room@
and vaults and by the questions he ask-
ed watchmen and messengers as to the
hours of duty. when the time locks
closed and what time they opened, and
all such questions. That he could have
eWcessfully carried out his plans so far
as getting into the building and vaults
are conceeied there is no question for
men have been in the sewer and conduit
who say that it would have been easy
work. The most difficult part of the loe
would have been in getting away with
the money and bullion, for it would
have required hard work to secure it
and ot away. About the only chance
woo have been to bury it somewhere
in Virginia, for if it had been placed on
boats it would have been easy to recov-
er it.-
It is the opinion of the secret service
men that many celebrated cracksmen
have from time to time contemplated
the conversion of a few million treasury
notes to their own use, but after care-
ful study they have decided that the un-
dertaking was too colossal in character.
Secretary Folger when he assumed
bhis duties was not slow in deciding that
the treasury was not properly guarded.
There was not an electric alarm in the
building, the watchmen were isolated
and had no facilities for calling help, and
the safes were of the old-time lock and
0.key sort, scattered almost all over the
big building. The secretary went to
work to bring about a proper condition
of affairs. He had the watch system
completely changed and re-organised,
puttt them under the strictest discip-
line. Elaborate and extensive alarm
systems were installed. The old safes
were replaced by modern steel affairs
with time locks and intricate combina-
tio The gold and silver vaults were
fitted with steel casings and time locks,
different parts of the combination being
dstributed among various officials, so
that the vaults could be opened only
with the coeerted action of all of them,
'aI thut only at the stroke of the hour
is whih the time locks had been set.
1st without a perfect system of watch'
M to guard the safes the treasury
Sc eJ be easily robbed, for the most per-
1sfe ever made is not proof against

e wmteh force of the treasury is
organised, and the least in-
of rules mesa a layoff or dis-
dmgo. The men seem to really the
Srugemiteis resting upon them,
S ee careful almost to a fault.
jb iMMis sinto thne reliefs,
e dto bag sateighit bufa.
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Notes from the Woman's Club.


The regular monthly meeting of the
club was held the afternoon of Septem- SOUTHERN MEN
ber 10th in the parlor of the Leon Ho-'
tel. The usual routine of business was ---'
carried out. And Bring Many Good People Along
The reports of the standing commit-
tees are always well prepared and in- With Tou Too.
teresting and keep all the members of Manufacturer's Becoid received a
the club posted in the work of thedif letter from a good woman in Nashville,
ferent departments. A business club
is like any other copartnership, to suc- which that newspaper published with
ceed all the partners must understand the following comments, both as fol-
the finances and the working plans. lows':
It has become an established custom Please send me two copies of your
of the club to have committee of good Pleasesend me two copies of your
workers tosuperintend the annual house address before the Southern Society of
cleaning of the two school buildings. Boston last Spring. I have seven sons;
This year Mrs. H. T. Felkel, as chair- one a first lieutenant in Third Infantry,
man of acommitteeof nine, took charge two in Arkansas, one-my baby boy-
of the work and such faithful service two in Arkansas, one-my baby boy-
has not been rendered Tallahassee and in San Francisco, two in this city and
the children in a long time, day after one pyin Wilofams county. I wish to send
day she was at one building or the other a copy of our address to--, San
helping and directing tht all might be Francisco, Cal., to induce him to return
ready for the opening day. The build- to Tennessee and purchase a farm, as
ings speak for themselves, the are Every Southerner should enis wish.eavor to
thoroughly sanitary, as clean and neat Every outherner should eneavoher to
as they can be. Each room has its dec- buildup the South and keep her own
orations of icturesch and potted plants people to make it the garden spot of
orthat give ions of pictures airnd po ted p ants the earth. Wishing you great success
that give a home mlike oair n in your appeal to bring home every
he anualot of mmittee of 190 to nou- wanderer from the South, I am., etc.
wias l po iate ol o cThis good woman, calling her sons
Mro..1. T. Bradford, chairman ;Mrs., hom, is typical of the South, which
J. S Wintro, Mrs. W I. Moor, MIss says to its sons, scattered all ov:'r the
S eW Mrs. I. C Yaeger. face of the earth, "Come home How
1.Lwi-, Mir.. L.C, maeger.any thousands ot mothers and.athers
Nail Order Competition. throughout the South have had t h bear
It' safe to say th.t any murthant tre pangs of separation in seeing their
whoe forget tha yout can win children compelled in times past, by
back lot of he m ail'order trade of hin virtue of the lack of business opportu-
ck lot the mail odr tre of his enities at home, to seek employment in
commune ity to his store other sections This gocd Nashville
The trouble is that so many merchants womanwhose heart goes out to those
make tle mistake woman, whoe heart goes out to thoe
make tnocing mitak i order competitive of her boys who are in distant regions,
nateadof boosting their own business, is striving to show to them that the,
They ftirget that "you can catch more changed conditions of the South now
flies with sunar. m offer opportunities such as are found in
no other section of our land. "Come
Arguing that a catalogue house cus- home !" is the cry of every Southern
tomer is not a good citizen, heaping father and mother whoue boys have had
abuse on the mail order houses, telling to find employment in other lands.
people that they getcheated mostof the "Come home !" is the cry of the
times they buy by mail, doesn't count South to its sons who have wrought
The muhing for the dealer in this co mightily in other sections. As the
unity to do is or to er in his cotrade whatrn- mother, who wants to gather her chil-
m y trod s tothe hca trade whi dren around her again, realizes that
good merchandise they can buy in Tennessee presents greater opportuni-
store; how far a little money willgo for ties for them than California, so the
reliable merchandise in his store; that South wants to gather itschildren home,
their credit is good if he does a credit and offers to them fairer opportunities
business; that they can see what they for employment, for fortune and for
buy and pay for it whenthey getit, and taking part in the upbrilding of a
not buy without seeing what they are mighty land than they i find else-
getting and paying for it a week in ad- where on earth.the
vance; they can get what they want Thery e Come home !" has struck a
when they want it, without waiting responsive chord in many thousands of
week or two for it to come by mail or hearts. Well may the South collect-
ess, carries the best goods lively, and its people individually, seek
The dealer who carries the best goods toe ring bako thin lad tties wo
he can find, sells them at the lowest to bring back to this land those who
margin of profit that is reasonable, ad- have wandered away. here is room
vertises effectively and ives careful enough here for every one of the mal-
attention to the innumerab e ways open now living elsewouthernbe to aomwhlitesh
to him of attracting and holding trade now living elsewhere to ac lish
will have little to fear so far as mail greater things than they can hope to
order competition is concerned-Gaines- accomplish in the North, in the West or
ville Sun. on the Pacific coast. Here is a land
l .. more richly endowed than any other
The Sweetness of Smiles. country on earth. It h passed
"Think how the pleasures of life through the time of stress and trial.
would be4n creased, says a writer in it s the gateway which leads to the I
Success, "if we met smiling faces broad and far-reaching development, to
everywhere-faces which radiatehope, the creation of vast industries and to
sunshine and cheer! What a joy it the making of great fortunes. "Come
would be to travel in a gallery of living home and take part in the work" is the
pictures radiating hope, cheer and cour- cry which goes out from thousands of
age." Southern hearts to tens of thousands of
What a true expression of what a smil- Southern-born men and women now liv-
ing face means in life. Have you not ing elsewhere. "Come home."
at times felt depressed andoutof sorts, -1----- -.
and whilst walking along the streets Resolutions of Sympathy from the
looked up to behold some sweet we Woman's Club on the Death of
man's face wreathed in a smile that
seemed to go to your heart and made rs. H. Clay Crawford.
sou feel as if the beautiful sunlight had A voice from heaven called, saying!
fallen across your path ? We should come up higher, enter though into the
carry more sunshine in the way of joys of thy Lord, and the response was
smiles in the light of our countenance. made by one of our club members, Mrs.
-Barrow Courier-informant. H. Clay Crawford. Borne upon the

STo^a'^t"Wa'e ^^ two wings, death and love, to the heav-
Toe at a Watermelon, enly place from whence came the voice,
"What is the proper way to eat wa sIhe now receives the victor's crown
termelon?" asks the New York World. with many stars. Personal service,
If it is style you are talking about, we limited only by a frail body, a clear,
give it up. If it is enjoyment you are cool judgment, with optimism, made
inquiring about, why here's the an- her a valuable member of the Woman's
swer: You sneak down the side of the Club of Talahassee.
fence, keeping a sharp lookout for the We, the committee, extend sincere
owner of the patch, spot a 50-pound sympathy, on behalf of the club, to the
melon, thump it to see that it gives bereaved husband and dear children,
back the right reply, grab it and make with whom we bow our heads and min-
a quick run for a shady spot in the gle our tears. May they be enabled by
woods. Then you bust the melon open i the impartation of strength from God
on a rock, and just sit there and gorge i to rise above this crushing sorrow and
yourself to a fare-you-well.-Lakeland i be assured that this is the final awaken-
News. ing to an eternal youth and a grand and
Editor Heathington always knows a glorious immortality.
good thing and a good way, and few If knowledge by suffering endureth
Southern boys but have enjoyed water- and life is perfected by death, then our
melorn on the plan he gives. loved one shall have a rich inheritance
in the great beyond. We commend you
When Trifles Bcome Troubles. every one to the Great God who has
If any person suspects that their spoken, and when the sands dissolve
kidneys are deranged they should take from beneath your feet may you feel
Foley's Kidney Remedy at once and 'the drawing of the outstretched hand
not risk having Bright's disease or dl- which is fully able to place his children
abetes. Delay gives the diseases a high above the floods where there is "no
stronger foothold ad you should not more sea."
delay taking Poley's Kidney Remedy. MRS. H. T. FELKBL,
Sold by all druggists. N. B. BROWARD,
adI's 1 -

an attack by robbers but the are pre-
paed for any cy, they will
not bo ut Mp oued NM ever
be mods itim I or day. Baeb
watebum b ar arI al.
ad the .iMet-t.n ane to AMCad
ohmet ka L-l. Aina". Tms.
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Miss LuLA LzWu s
Hon. Edward staerak Stae In-
pector of PrisM, wuas in thei Tues-





One of the Members. AN INTERESTING
Mr. 'diitor. -Will you kmindly give
space, to the following suggestions from ITEMIZED REPOR F
the Delineator. It is well occasionally
to remind the women how much they
can contribute to the beauty, sanitation Sixth Annual Report of the Secretary
and good order of their horne city: of the Tallahass
Abolish unnecessary noise. Volunteer Fire Company.
Establish traveling iitraries, and so Six years ago, September 24th, 1902,
bring reading matter within the reach when the Tallahassee Volunteer Com-
of Help to save the lowest from deml- pany was organized we dare say there
tion. were very few citizens who thought that
Clean up her own back yard and make this organization would ever be what it
it such a thing of beauty that it will be is today, or who took much interest in
an inspiration to her neighbors. it but today we believe there are onl
Create such a demand for pure food, a very few who would care to see iteY
pure water and pure milk that no other ficiency decreased. c to seetef
will find a sale. ficiency decreased.
Secure lighted streets at night, and ESTIMATED PRESENT VALUE OF THF FIRE
thereby prevent crimes. DEPARTMENT.
Insist upon paved sidewalks.
Demand clean streets, and get them. One station house. .$1000.(MN
Get aid of tramps by having an ever- Five horses 1900).0
ready town woodpile. No work, no pay. One two-horse hose wagon and
Help to prevent the injustice of child equipment. 600 (Im
labor. One one-horse hose wagon and
Do away with immoral theaters, mov- equipment 400.00
inu pictures and postal cards. One two-horse chemical and lad-
Beautify her street with window- der truck 1600.00
boxes. 5'5o feet fire hose 1400 00)
Prevent telephone and telegraph corn-
panies from hacking off and mutilating Total $6000.00
the branches of trees. Actual running expenses of the Fire
Prevent much loss of life by insisting [ Department for the fiscal year ending
that all wires be underground. March 1, 1118S., as shown by the City
Apply her knowledge upon every Treasurer's books:
household matter to the larger field of Three paid men $1495 00
municipal and State housekeeping, with Maintenance of five horses 9(01.51
magnificent results. New fire apparatus, hose, etc 785 50
She can, because she has done every Maintenance of fire alarm sys-
one of these things. And when she does tern 4.350.00
them all towns amind cities will be clean, Pay to the volunteer firemen. 2L00 00
happy, wholesome places in which to, -
live.-The D)elineator. Total actual expenses of thede-

Town Better Than Any One Pan.
"Every town has a few disgruntled
fellows who delight to adversely criti-
cise everything and everybody. It never
occurs to such people that they are liv-
ing in a town that is infinitely better
than they are. It also seems never to
occur to them that there is a wide-open
exit through which they may pass. and
forever shake the dust of the good old
town from their feet. A village in Illi-
nois had more than an abundance of this
class of slanderers, and decided to get
rid of them, or to at least seal their
tongues. The mayor ordered this pla-
card printed: 'This town, as a whole, is
better than any man in it; it is a
good and the who says it is
not is er a llar or' ftIt. If you hear
anybody speaking in an evil tongue of
this dear old place which was estab-
lished by our forefathers please report
to the mayor's office and his name will
be sent to every good citizen of the
town whose duty it shall be to look upon
the slanderer with contempt.' These
placards were placed in all public places,
and it is needless to say that they pro-
duced a most wonderful effect tor (rood.
The individual who says mean things
about the town or community in which
he lives is usually of that class whose
'words are doubted' by the people who
know him, but when he turns his bat-
teries of profanity loose in the presence
of strangers, and denounces his home
town, it leaves a bad impression, and is
often detrimental to the commercial in-
terests of the town. "--ernandina Re-

Five Agricultural Districts.
State Commissioner of Agriculture B.
F. McLin has announced the assignment
of the forty-six counties of the State tc
agricultural districts, dividing them up
nto five separate divisions. Escambia
is assigned again to the western divis-
ion with six other counties.
The divisions are as follows:
Northern Division-Franklin, Gads-
len, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette,
Leon, Liberty, Madison, Suwanee, Tay-
or, Wakulla.-11.
Northeastern Division-Alachua, Ba-
cer, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Duval.
Nassau, Putman, St. Johns.-9.
Western Division-Galhoun, Escam-
)ia. Holmes, Jackson, Santa Rosa, Wal-
on. Washington.-7.
Central Division-Citrus, Hernando,
Lake, Levy, Marion, Orange, Pasco,
Summer, Volusip.---9.
Southern Division-Brevard, Dade,
DeSota, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee,
Monroe, Osceola, Polk, St. Lucie.-I ,.
"ScbeelDays"'Seg Free.
New York is being made young again
y Gus Edwards' new musical play,
'School Days," now being presented to
rowded houses at the New Circle The-
tre, Broadway and Sixty-first street.
;us Edwards has written some very
uneful music in the past, and he is
keeping up his good reputation, for the
ong, "You Have Me,' is undoubtedly
he hit of the new show, "School Days."
'his song, words and music complete,
rill be given with next Sunday's New
'ork World.
Ber Friends at WerL
CHAIRES, FLA,, Sept. 12, 1908.
Ir. J. G. Collins:
Dear Sir-I enclose you one dollar for
he renewal of the True Denmocrat. I
Iso enclose one coupon to be counted
or Miss May Stoutamire. Wishing
oth of you success I remain as ever
our friend. Yours truly,

apartment $38312.01
l'ent of fire hydrants from the
Water Works Company 2690).00
Total cost to the city for fire
protection .$6522.01
he following insurance figures are
taken from the last report of the Chief
of the Fire Department:
Value of buildings involved $46,550.00
Value of contents involved. 31,250 00
Total involved ... $77,800 00
Insurance on buildings in-
volved ..... $31,400.00
Insurance{on contents involved 19,200.00
Total insurance involved $50,600 00
Insurance loss on buildings in-
volved ---......-..- ... 668.28
Insurance loss on contents in-
volved ..-- .. 1,600.00

Total insurance loss involved.$
Individual losses on buildings
involved ...-.....----......---.....$
Individual losses on contents
involved ..- -



Total individual losses involved $824.00
The company at present, September
1st, 1908 has upon its roll the following

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2. G E Lewis, sec-treas .639 70 0
3. L M Lively, east. chief636'6 1-2 1
4. PT Nicholson,asst. fm5&4683 3-6 1
5. A C Spiller, foreman... 654785 1-2 1
6. W SMeLin..-------... 5156 2-3 1
7. R W Gramling ---- ... 56549 f 0
8. 0 M Jacobie. i554378 1 5 1
9. E H Alford, Jr t 553563 3-5 1
10. J C Bennett 5 5151 4-5 0
11. B H Bridges.. .. 5 70 3
12. Bradford Byrd 55,4683 3 5 0
13. R J Phillips .. 4814086 1-3 0
14. J R Jones. -4q-37i 77 0
15. C H Ellis. 3727i 73 1
E N Mahry, Jr. 2520 84 0

The average attendance at roll calls
(luring thelpast year was 77 1-2 per cent,
about two per cent better than
last year, and it would have
been better if our individual fire bells
had been in better shape. The large
bell could not be heard well for some
time and was the cause of several mem-
bers being absent from fires. We have
had the large bell raised and now it can
be heard more distinctly. Several mem-
bers average is lower than usual, owing
to the fact that fires occurred while
they were out of town, which counts
against them just as if they were here
and did not attend.
There were 55 roll calls since last re-
port; from fires, 29; from called meet-
ings, 3; from practices, 11. from regu-
lar meetings, 12. At no regular meet-
ing during the past year was there less
than a quorum, 6 men and 1 officer,
present and at only two *regular meet-
mga in six years (72 meetingsI have
there been less tan a quorum present.
By percentage of attendance such as
54-56 is meant that out of a possible at-
tendance of 56 the member was present
at 64 roll calls. 27-37 means that there
were only 87 roll calls after the member
joined the company and, that he was
present at 27 of them.
Parties living outside the city limits
this year paid into the treasury of the
company 1456.60 making a total of $8..-
86 to date. Nearly every one pays up
(Contianud om page 10)

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Dr. Thomas N. Evans, Dentist, office
up stairs, next to telegraph office.
'Phone No. 257. 23-tf
Mr W. H. Smith, of Vereen, was a
pleasant visitor at our office yesterday.
Captain Itra Sanborn was circulating
among his many Tallahassee friends
again yesterday
The Tallahassee Hardware Company
went into voluntary bankruptcy yester-

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Openlad Exercises of Leon County
Grammar and High School.

Miss Anna E. Chaires will leave this Wednesday and Tuesday having been
week for a long visit to friends in the devoted to organization and preliminary
North. examinations, the teachers and pupils
Tampa Times, 16th says Hon. W. A. of the Leon County Grammar and High
Register of Woodville6th ays a Houest of School were prepared Wednesday morn-
the Hillsboro hotel, of that city. ing to receive visitors to their opening
the Hillsboro hotel, of that city. exercises.
For Good tobaccoo Land, Stock Farms After the regular chapel exercises of
or Building Lots, near City, apply to 1ible reading, prayer and sin in ad-
G. G. Gibbs, rallahassee, Fla. 30 2m dresses were made by Rev. J. Edgar
Mr. P. W. Wilson returned home Wilson, Presiding Elder of the Talla-
last week after a pleasant trip in the hassee District, and Rev. Moran. Rec-
markets buying in his fall and winter tor of St. Johns. These gentlemen
stock, both possess the gift of being able to
Rev. J. E. Woodward will preach at address all kinds of children intelli-
the Methodist church both morning and gently, without talking "over their
evening at the usual hours, and at the heads," at the same time holding the
Boulevard tent at 4 o'clock. The pub- interest and attention of their audience,
lic are cordially invited to attend all both young and old.
services. The first part of the opening hour
h ph cs react, weaken thewas passed n the "Brick School," in
Harsh physics reach weaken th which were assembled all the grades
bowels, cause chronic constipation. above the first four. These last, with
Doan's Regulets operate easily'. tone the kindergarten, occupy the "frame"
the stomach, cure constipation. 25c. building on Bronaugh street. Both
Ask your druggist for them. Sept buildings are well filled, ana the need of
Dr. Butt has put in a phone at his a larer and more conveniently arranged
residence, No. 217, and car. be reached edifice is very apparent. Especially is
by it when needed for professional pur- there need of a more commodious
poses or when wood is needed. See his chapel. Nevertheless, the Principal,
ads. Professor L. F. Barber, and his able
See the new advertisement of Van- corps of teachers, aided and abetted by
Brunt & Demilly, on the 12th, the out- an energetic committee from the Wo-
side page of this issue of the True Dem- man's Club, have done wonders in the
ocrat. They are offering at cost a nice way of making the two schools as habi-
lot of goods. Tell them you read their table and attractive as can be accom-
advertisement and have called to see polished by the free use of soap and wa-
the goods. ter, air, sunshine, flowers and pictures. d day an,l night the tormlent Mr. Barber, thinking to make the
Ot it(hin piln.s. Nothing h. ltni1 n opening exercises less laborious and
until I iie''l.I )oin us (>int It Ill' Irnianntly. lion John .11 (;ar. gram for each of the last three school
rett. M:vor t ;ir:l. Al: tpt days at the week, and on Thursday
President A. A. Murphree, of the Wo-
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gwynn and fam- man's College, led the morning's devo
ily have returned from Panacea Springs, tional exerci.-es, and addressed the pu-
after a pleasant visit of two months. ,ils.
Mr. Gwynn has been much benefitted by Mr. Murphree designated his address
his rest from business cares, and is as a "few ranil)ling remarks in which
ready to put in another sneccssful year little was said," but that little, at any
at tobacco planting : rate, was pregnant with big meaning,
A.ciI .nIs \ill l!ip1n'l'n it l ,. os, and the unstudied way in which it was
nte:;irT d I lail li's k*'[,p 1):' T"hcwi-' said probably reached the young people
El, r':( oil for sucl h ,Ili# r':,lei'.-. It much inm re effectively than an elaho-
sulet Ins til' i:ti:i a (nd Ii lils ;lit hlirt<, rately prepared speech would have
S'ipt done.
Mrs. Robt. .1 Phillips and children (r)n Friday came Mrs. T. M. Shack I-
returnedhome Wednesday afternoonatl- ford's turn. und she was received with
tera pleasant summer visit at Wartruce. enthusiastic applause. As President of
Tenn., Mrs. P.'s old home, accompanied the Woman's Club, Mrs. Shackleford's
by her sister, Miss Nannie Isom interest in the school has been product-
m I he Iw frai to give ('iatier- ive of much good. Her hearty co-oper-
Lnn, l>>. rl, t ive ('hlnlrr- actionn with the teachers, and very sin-
itin'. (' 'uh iinte;dy ito yir hcilrn. cere interest in the general welfare and
It ot alwayins no ciun or other harm- proress of the pupils, has won for her
ful dIrn;. It always iurs. For sal by high place in their gratitude and es-
T;a.lla...lssee Drug ('o. teem, and the charming speech she
In our advertising columns will be made them met with earnestand appre-
found an attractive advertisement this dative attention.
week from Hon. S. C. James, inviting It was an inspiration to the teachers
the public attention to his exclusive dry and patrons who were present, and
goods store. Reod his message to you, surely must have been to younger audi-
then call at the store to see him on busi- ence to hear words of sucn commenda-
ness. tion and encouragement. Mrs. Shackle-

Mr. Joshua Duncan brought to our
office Wednesday, a shingle that had
been painted with a preservative paint
that he prepares, which is the best we
ever saw. He furnishes it at from 26
to 2S cents and guarantees it to last for
many years. See advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barlow, Jr.,
of Gadsden, are the guests of Hon. John
W. and Mrs. Henderson for a few days.
Mr. Barlow is a large packer and grow-
er of shaded Sumatra tobacco in Gads-
dem county.
Because one contested runs a few
thousand of votes in the Piano Contest
a-head, of the others, is no good reason
for becoming discouraged. It only goes
to show that one is at work forsubscrip-
* tions and coupons. Get busy soliciting for
both subscriptions and coupons, as Miss
May Stoutamire and her friends are
doing and your vote will soon run up
too. Again, we shall put on a nice sec-
ond prize a little later on in thecontest.
A salve good for anything where a
salve can Ie' used-that's IDeWitt's
Carloltized Witch Hlazol Salve. It
cl-ainse t eiloroi''tlilye keeps the pores
openi ;til nd ':d quickly It is good for
anvtin: x\v 'ihe ;i salve is ne',ded. It
co ls .')o,11' 1 a1 l Is I'sp, hially
glo t- I" I til, \V s-il ; il reroinl-
rn l'nd t r ,S i, i y 'I'.ill.hln -.e'e D)rug
Co .
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Levy and their
friends are among the happiest now of
I.eon countians, and their many friends
are rejoicing with them, on the arrival
at their home Tuesday of a fine 101
found babv boy. Now, just watch
randpa, Hon. Dawson Boatwright,
strut' some! The True Democrat ex-
tends congratulations, and may the
young man grow up and become great
in doing good for his fellow men.

Best the World Affords.
**It gives me unbounded pleasure to
recommend Bucklen's Arnica Salve,"
says .1. W. Jenkins of Chapel Hill, N.
C. "I am convinced it's the best
salve the world affords. It cured a fel-
on on my thomb and It never falls to,
teal every sore, burn or wound to
StVe h It Is applied. 25c at all drug-

ford had no scolding for delinquincies,
no cut-and-dried exhortation to im-
provement upon the past, but in a sin-
cere, earnest and unaffected manner
she gave credit fot- work already well
done, and inspired to better endeavor
in the future.
The pupils gave a rising vote of
thanks to Mrs. Shackleford as a mark of
their high appreciation.
Mr. Barber, also in a manly, straight-
fo-ward address, made an appeal to the,
students for their earnest co-operation
with the teachers in the effort to make
their school a model imtitution. The
general consensus of opinion is that
Tallahassee, in the principal of her
school, now has the "right man in the
right place."
The progress made by this school in



Fo11owing is the vote for week as
Counted by Committee.
Miss May Stoutamire, Blox-
ham ...--.--..-. 5600
Florence Proctor--.--..--. 3830
Mary Windham-----... 3015
Jessie May Farley----. 2730
Ruth Alligood, Crawford-
ville--....-----....--...--.. 2515
Alice Patterson, Chaires 2115
Eva Grissett, city .--- 1440
Sada Roffe ..-.. --1315
Lula Dee Keith .---..--.... 1060
Katie West, Monticello 1030
"o Myrtle Gramling, Cen-
treville----....---..----. 1005
Susie McGriff, ---.------495
Lottie Pichard ..-----..---. 485
Ella Lewis, Woodville, 370
Lucile Saxon------.....---. 330
Ruby Duval --...------- 325
"Ellie Darsey,Concord- 310
Pauline Costa --------310
Gertrude Chittenden.... 305
Annie Lester, Monticello 245
Mrs. George Smith,Crawford-
ville.------.......----. 240
&Miss Lizza Budd, Monticello, 225
Miss Clyde Raney ...... 210
Mrs. Jno.Robinson,Woodville 200
Miss Lelia McFarland, Quincy 175
Cassie Sweeting.-------.. 175
BlonzaCates t 1
Mrs. J. B. Brown (Ada Yawn) 150
Miss Christine Lester 135
Fannie Wilson I- 1()
Cora Taylor, Monticello lix)
B A. Meginniss, John R. C('hoat, C.
B. Gwynn Jr Committee.

Coupons must be voted each wee
on or before date they bear. Noti
date andl do not I old them after date
they will become void.
Write to your friends to subscribe f
The True Democrat and secure t
vot s.

the past six or w(i'ht years is truly r
markable. Nowhere could there
found a neater, more orderly or mo
intelligent hoking body of Loys a:
girls, nor a more earnest and efficie
corps of teachers. The principal. M
Barber, is extremely popular with bo
teachers and pupi s, notwithstanding
the tact that, as a disciplinarian,
stands his ground.
The enrollment of about three hu
dred and fifty names is larger than
any previous opening week in the hi
tory of the school.






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All Clasifed-Wants, For Sae. Exchange. To
Rent. Etc. Each insertion 6 cents per line and no
ad. for IM than 26 cents. cash in advance.
FOR SALE! Set of New Cone Pul-
leys. A bargain at this office.
RooMs TO RENT. Apply at 560 Call
Street. W. L. MARSHAL. 27-2t
FOR RENT-On Monroe street, oppo-
site Leon Hotel, a Cottage. Apply to
Julius Diamon. 26-1t
RUBBER STAMPS No need to send
from Tallahassee for Rubber Stamps.
We make them quick as good as the
best and cheap.
FOR RENT !-Comfortable Cottage
with bath and kitchen. Terms 16 dol-
lars per month. A ply to
(3) offices, over Gilmore & Davis store.
Apply at once to
FOR SALE-Cheap, a 25 h. p. boiler
and 15 h. p. engine. Been used 16
months. Address, C. 0. ANDREWS,
Tallahassee, Fla., at the Capitol. 22tf
SEE Us! For all kinds of printing.
Furnish your stationery neatly printed
as cheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retailers. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelopes.


WHEREAB, The Legislature of 190. a.
der the Constitution of 1885. of the State
of Plorlda, did pass three Joint Resolatlies
proposein amendments to the Costitattut
of the State of Florida. and the same were
agreed to by a vote of thre-fifths of a'I the
members elected to each house; that the
votes on said Joint Resolutlons were entere
upon their respective Journals, with yMa
and nays thereon. and they did deterntme
and direct that the said Joint Resolutlon
be submitted to the electors of the State
at the General Election In November. 1006.
FORD, Secretary of tate of the State of
Florida, do hereby give notice that aN

will be held In each county in Florida o0
Tuesday dext succeeding the first Monday
In November. A. 1). 1908,Jbe said Tueeoay
being the
for the ratification or rejection of the said
Joint Resolutions proposing amendments to
the Constitution of the State of Florida,
via. :
A JOINT REROI,TTION proposing an
amendment to Section Nine (9) of Article
Five (5) of the Constitution of Florida
relating to Judicial salaries.
Re it Reonrr4d by the Legislature of the
State of Florida:
That Section Nine (9) of Article Five (5)
of the Conntitution of the State of Florida
Iw and the sanie is hereby amended so as
to, rend as follows. ris.:
Section Nine (9). The salaries of Jus-
tlees of the Supreme Court. circuitt Jadges
and Judges of 'rlminal Courts of Record
MWt.JIl e fixed by the Legislature.
That the foregoing amendment of Section
49) of Arthile Five 4.'I of the Constltu-
tlon of Florldna i hereby agreed to. and the
sumep hall we submitted to the electors of
the State for approval or rejection at the
next general election of Representatives
herenfter, an required by Section One (1) of
Arth i Seventeen I17) of said Constitution.

JOINT IESOIUTION proposing an amend.
meant to Article Twelve of the Constitu-
tiin of the State of Florlda relative to
eiliw:atlon, to) be known nas Section Six-
teen ,if s:lid Artlleh. providing for the levy
of n apeilnl tnx fr the support and main-
ltenanee of the Univ ritv of thob Rtato

limo- fix tli-le i nive m i l ilt" o n m m e
COTTAGE for rent on Adams street, ofr i'orld:i. the i'oridan Femnle College.
just below the Leon Hotel. Has all the Institite' for thi mBlind. Deaf and
conveniences Apply at True Democrat I"""lrll ""el t,.' d'r'ured Normal School.
office. 24tf i tl It ,,,i',,I ,,i ( f.the L f.gstaturc of the
LoST. A pair of gold nose glasses, / ,/ ,/,,:
between the El Provedo cigar building i nt tih. ft-:l,,ln) einrndtneint to Article
and the depot Reward will be paid if ''i.v : ti. C" oi,- lti ftio4 ti l> State of
left at this office. t rll i I., kml ,wT, n4 si,'ilin 1 'i of mrld
__ Art'l I,'o., i t i- th e mn t imlo 1ki hrhry agreed
W ANTED-A position as ))ook-keeper t, l ', i h 'c -illrltted t.' tli- elec-trs of
tilt i fti s'1 : iii,' nIi' c,' 'rLv r:l 'le'-tliin of
with some shorthand included, by a lady. I r,,. rt:fl r, o o,,t i, i t0, ',,-a; r it o)l ,
For further information apply to the ir, r t r inilntliui r r.J.j'tlion
office of the True I)emnocrat. 2 --tf s' ii ; .\ ~pe'ltII tax of ,ono mill on
-.... .... .. ... w ,1 ,,if t i .il, i, lnii' rtv In fille
A ('ON I tTA TTLA ; COTTAGE for rent, h.i I i, levi,, a! inii:!v fr i" 'uIrrt d
apply to Mrs. Reobert Mcl),iugal, South '1:, i1t i ii r f hli' niver ti"v o tf the St
Boulevard street. :'S r 'ril.. thi, l r'lrlia l 'mi ele 'ollieg, tho
I ti-ie nt t, ir th, lt Ih l. id ent nf l Inu n bo and
FOR WOO )- 'oiine D)r. J. H. l;utt, ti, Il..''1 N rmll S ,'hii,!. which shell be.
rhn K il In tit' .s 'ttie T'rIn',:itrer nnd smet eni1 l
Phone No. 217. 29 i. ,.. ,,, ,1 ......, ..e ,t .. ,. n ....A

D)R. J. 11. BUTT, Vetenary Surgeon,
Phone No. 217. :2

FOR SALE -200 bushels 91i day seed
oats in sacks. Apply to, or write P. L.
Hoatwright, P. 0. Box 21i9, Tallahassee,
Fla 30)4t.
THifE EST.--Fur the Best Shingle and
Roof Paint, confer with me. I make a
paint that will save your reof foryears.

To RENT-Two unfurnished and one
furnished room. Apply to Mrs. W. T.
Webster, 543: South Adams Street.

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 Announcements.

The u.4ual fee of 15.00 in advance for Announce-
ments under this head.
The present City Tax Collector having pub-
lished the fact that he would not again enter the
contest for City Tax Collector, I take this occasion
to announce to my friends and the citizens of Tal-
lahassee that I will be a candidate for the office of
City Tax Collector before the City Democratic
Primary. and do solicit the support of all white
Democratic citizens of Tallahassee. promising to
wive my very bet attention to the business of the
office if I amn nominated and elected.
Very respectfully.
To the Democratic Voters of the City of Talla-
Having decided to make the race in the coming
City Democratic Primary Election, I hereby make
the announcement and earnestly request my
friends and the citizens of Tallahassee to give me
their support. I will strive to make you a faithful
and effcient City Tax Collector, if you will elect
me to the position.
Very respectfully.
To the Voters and Citizens of Tallahamsee:
I hereby announce to my friends and the voters
of the City of Tallahassee that I will be a candi-
date before the City Democratic Primary Election.
for the office of City Tax Collector. soliciting their
support. Will give my bent attention to the office
if elected. Respectfully.
R. W. Conn.

Ameadmeat of Charto'.-Icrease of
CaOpitl ScL
meeting of the stockholders of the Tallehas.
o- Tobaeo Compam., a .orpo-a toi under the
laws o the State of ra. will be held at the
oao Od the Om in the City o TyOanh ee.
Fliea. en the tdt eof tber. kM L for
the purpsof lacresirg the aeatol eakn
' saFpar fr1ew -LMODU to
amsdi g Astle7e off t heeaM
sw -L lam& ed 68e8ik.
f MITEUI __ _

MP se S* "D

''-, 111l 1 To I il'" I 11 1 I l- 1 1 '|ull l m e r*** m i ox
Ildi iitli.n It, I, >ia ,rllot ed antil disposed
-f f,,r tihe Irincflt 'if s:illI Institntlons as
r -ririo, by lte nact creating nnil maintain-
Inig thle s;I:me. known nm ('hapter 5384. of
thn' (I:W Sf I'lirlds. alpprovedi June5 .. 19S.

.I(> NT IlESl .r..l'li)N proipisling in amend-
iir'nt ti Sec'tl..n Thirle y f livi' f Artlele Five
if it, 'n siltIll t of llirldi relating
t., i-t:l) ii iilie'int ..f C'oirts

It, it I :, n ',I- ftI l thi 1. ,llu t httur,- of the
,'. tc(/< o1 f I'ordlhl '.
'Tiii the' frillo win neniiiendent to section
Th irty tvre *if Arttile Five of the Constitn-
ticili ef Fhi rlinh I Iherel,' i.i-reed to nnil shall
ie pr pomlRd and l s hmlttdl to the electors
of theI Stalte fr approval or rejection at
the next ge'nernal election hereafter, that la
to pey. slid Section Thirty five of said Arti.
icle shall we nnienndiel so an to rend as fol-
lo ws:
Section 33. No courts other than herein
|'c)I. filed hall Ii et alilhli hed In this State,
except that the Legillature may provide for
the creation and etnhillhment of such addl-
tional JudIllnl clrceults nI may from time to
time become neeemnryv. and for the appoint-
nient by the Go;vernor and confirmation by
the Senate of ndditlonal circuit Jndges there-
for. whose terms of office and general Jurts-
dlition hnull be the sname na herein provided
for the' circuit Jn'dges herein already pro-
vided for, and mayr clothe and RiJlroad
Commission with Julclall powers In I a mat.
torq connected with the functions of their

The votes cnat in compliance with said
proPoned amendments, and the canvass, dee-
larntions and returns thereof, shall be sub-
jepted to the same regulations and restrie-
tlons as are provided by law for general
elections In the State of Florida.
OF. I have hereunto sot my
hand and affixed the (reat
(SEAL) Seal of th e of Florida,
at Tnlliahasee. the Capltal,
this twenty-fifth day of July.
A. I). 1908.
Secretary of Htato.
July 24, 190R.

New Resturaat.
Having just opened a new and first
class Resturant up over Constantine
Algero's store, No. 152 South Monroe
street, I invite the public, ladies sad
gentlemen to call and see me. Every-
thing will be kept the best and rata
reasonable. Orders filled any time and
delivered to your home or place of busi-
ness. Come see me at my restaurant.
ledistratis6 Notic !
The Registration Books0 will be kept
open at the court house ib T ha-
Tuesday, Thuredly and Saturdy
each week through the months of A-
gust, Sptember and until the NMUdM
urd in Octobers 190L
Supervisor of R1isatratios r Le .
county, FIL .




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'olsaa' tue."
'Taint no use o' looking' blue,
Other folks have trouble, too.
Though you haven't got a cent,
Lookin'blue don't pay the rent.
Lookin' blue is mighty mean,
Though somebody's got a lien
On the house you're livin' in,
Looking' blue is an awful sin.
Looking' blue wont pay the debt,
Shake yourself, get up and get!
'Taint no use o' looking blue;
Other tolks worse off than you.
Keep your trouble out o' sight.
Other folks hain't got no right
To be afflicted with your g;roan,
They have troubles of their own.
Lookin' blue keeps sunshine out,
Dwarfs your life from inside out,
Never helped mankind a bit,
Don't you think you better quit?
Give your better self a place,
Show the world a smilin' face;
Then you soon will feel it too,
That the world has smiles for you.

Lookin' blue won't help you higher.
Lookin' blue will not inspire,
Looking' blue shuts up tho scroll,
Hides the music in your soul
Let the sunshine break the ties,
Then the music will arise;
Then the world will catch the strain
Echo back to you again.
T J. Cole, in National Food Magazine.
Joseph A. Edmondson is spending a
two weeks' visit in New York.
The Monticello News gave a very mea-
gre account of the base ball game when
the Florida Champs were defeated by
the strong boys from Tallaha-see by the
score of six to nothing. -Thomasville
Misses Mary and Lilla Lewis, Bershe
Meginniss, Sarah Spears. Annie Ames
and W. 0 Ames are among the recent
arrivals from St. Teresa. They report
pleasant weather, good fishing and gen-
eral good times this summer at this
popular old resort on James Island.
Flooring! Flooring I
We can give you some low figures on
flooring as we have a large quantity we
wish to move. (et our figures before
Purchasing Child Bros. 4I5

3 to 8 Years Old
A dainty, inexixensive suit
for wear all year round, that
lImsl won instant popularity
with parents and youngflStr
Stronltr made of extra quality
Ilyde-grade galates, wita blue
collar handsomely set of with
large chor buttons. Cat in
latest yachtlag style, and can
beintantly chaa d toajackie
alit. giving the child two salto
for the price of one 5.50
If you love yur youngster
make him lappyv, lumds<,ne
and manly with one of
these attract ive garments
Oly $2.50 Prepaid
89 Lisceli St, Bostm, Mass.
Igryi-. TMI PVSLI, ATI-I1 W1ing 10U OcMUS
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Lumber! Lumberl

I I can furnish all
kinds of rough Lum-
S er on short notice.

Special prices on

I Carload lots.

r. A- Register,

Woodville, Fla.
M 27-t.
Ps d examination Suoceesfully.
UB Donahue, New Britain, Conn.,
"I tried several kidney reme-
and was treated by our best
for diabetes, but did not
anti I took Poley's Kidney
After the second bottle I
lM upovement, and five bottles
s o pletely. I hive *siee
S 1a essmalati on for life
.-'oes' KaMy Remedy
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I- 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-
ters, Penknives, Cigarette Cases.


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Complexion giving tops-when
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Umbrellas, of Superior fittings to
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Variety in Colors

of Leather

'.itomers, saiy Our Prices are
Lower and not HIigher.
.V'AGONS, for the next TWO
MoNTHs, to wit:

One Horse,


I'wo horse, from $-.Iom to $)()
t'all and we will Prove Every
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Suitable to both Seller] and
a ~Purchaser.

Respectfully Submitted







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Da L BR All Kinds of Fresh Meats

satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders.

Prompt delivery.

Rinj up Phone No. 283.
our Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
S, Meats from my Stall.


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home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The best Quail and
Snipe shooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the
State. .
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T IE TRUE DEMOCRAT SON SMART ALEX SOMNWBMERL Great Improvements Made In Leon Pleambi Iemembered Us. ns. Clay Cmrwr at &esW." s i uS, r ei.tsr. The following remarkable article Hotel. Mrs. George Lewis very kindly re- Hon. H. C. Crawford returned from
J 6. COL. ,,comes from the Pensacola Journal of Mr. Everett, the new proprietor of I membered us this week with two beau-, North Carolina Wednesday afteraos
E F the' ...t the Leon Hotel, is making wonderful tiful view postal cards, and a friendly with the body of his wife, Anna, who
PURLIEMED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. the 12th: improvements in the interior of the letter, telling of the beauties of Skan- died at Ashville last Monday morning.
SEight members of the Third District building, as a much needed preparation eateles, village and lake, where she is Mrs. Crawford had been great Iva.
aldredasSecond Class Matter March 31. 190,6 at Congressional Committee are in con- for the reception of winter guests. now staying, the guest of General and lid during many previous months et-
S Pst Offict T&lh Florida. under tempt of the court of Judge J. Emmet Paint has been renewed, wainscotting Mrs. M. I. uddington. feri from tuberculosis, andad ge
t dC ayrt asmf e Wolfe, according to the views of those re-varnished, walls and ceiling renova- The Luddingtons have a beautiful to Ashville hoping that the mountain
AtofConxres who heard of the proceedings in Talla- ted, new carpets laid and whoi slts of home on the lake front, and Mrs. Lewis air would prove benefical. But about
.. o u hassee, when eight of the members vo- furniture purchased. gives a graphic picture of the charm six weeks ago her husband was tele-
MI in Telphone BuildinS. Corner Adams end ted to declare Dannitte H. Mays the The dining room is exceedingly at- and beauty of the entire environment, graphed to her bedside, and therehe re-
Canton Streets. Telephone No. .190 nominee for Congress from this dis- tractive with walls painted in pane ls of She says the village streets are all mained until her death.
trict, and it is very probable that with dark green rising above a white wain- paved, and every resident, however Mrs. Crawford's life was that of a
Sberilption. 1.00 Per Year. in Advance. in the next few days writs of attach-! scouting, And surmounted by a frieze and poor, takes a pride in keeping his home devoted Christian. Her deeds of char-
Advertisin Rates on Application. ment will be issued for the eight mem- ceiling of buff. New lace curtains hang and surrounding premises immaculately ity were many, and, so far as her
bers citing them to show cause why at the windows, a new floor has been clean and neat. Handsome summer strength allowed, she was always ready
Te True De-secrat Is the Official Newpape they should not be punished for con- laid, and down the center of the floor homes are plentiful, with beautiful to spend herself for the good of her tfe-
Ln. .County tempt. lies a wide, handsome strip of green grounds and delightful drives, and two lowman. She was prominent not
n "". The action of the committee in can- carpeting, ending at the exits to the lovely steamers ply about the lake for in church work, but also as a member
passing the vote with other than the pantries, which are hidden by a lare the convenience of pleasure-seekers. of the King's Daughters' Amaeosataoo
original returns, which are in posses- screen, harmonizing in color with the Mrs. Lewis expects to remain at and the Woman's Club, serving as see-
......t sion of Chairman D'Alemberte, was in walls and carpet. The room is brilliant- Sksneateles until about the first of Oc- retary in both bodies until increasing ill-
arwhisky advertisments are notn accepted direct violation of the injunction issued ly lighted by electricity and adorned tober, and has her home paper visit her health forced her to resign all active in-
d ierted in this newspaper at any price or by Judge Wolfe Thursday morning. with beautiful growing plants. where she goes. terce.
ad. any conditions o umstanc*es. Not Another violation was that they de- The entire building tas been re-pa- In her home the gentle strength of
aDsi.emaever nenta undertwomonths cared Mays the nominee, when the or- pered, and wired for electricity, and the Mis? ANNIE AMES will open her pri- her character was felt always for good,
estper inch first insertion and 1i cents per der restrained them from declaring any office remodeled and refurnished. A vate school Thursday, October 1st. and her large family of sons and daugh-
beei for each subsequent insertion. Electros and one other than Kehoe the nominee. handsome reception room will be fitted Terms, three dollars ($3.00) per month terms have had the inestimable blet
itmatter1ruentsafper Intrch. t iue.. Nod There was considerable surprise ex- up. and the furnishings of the drawing in advance. 30-2t of having been trained by-a wise
ingmatter except news.amonr pure reading pressed by those who learned of what room removed. The lobby, also, will Did you ever stop to think how far loving mother.
mater. 5 cents a line eh iMssue. All rhane of action had been taken, as it was not have new furniture, and several more an unkind word affects mankind in a The impressive funeral Service wa
iyetsements oranything intended for publica- thought the committee would disregard steam radiators will be introduced, day Did you ever stop an wound held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'lock
ttoreceive promptattention.than Thursday the order of the court. Altogether the hotel will be a credit that little sliht ou passed to some- at Trinity Methodist church, of while
-.-- It is probable that the next move of to the city, and doubtless will achieve body ended tre Did you ever con- Mrs. Crawford had been a consistent
Tallaasse, Friday, Sept. 18. 1908. the counsel for Mr. Kehoe will be to pe- an enviable reputation among the tray- sider that the person you slighted in- member for eighteen years. In the ab-
tuition for an injunction restraining the eling public. suited grieved might become bl ence of the regular pastor, Rev. I. .
Daytona and Tallahassee are two en- Secretary of State from certifying the Patterson, the service was conducted
terprising Florida cities that have name of Mr. Mays to the several coun- The Base Ball Games.spell ofgloomover allheor shecameby Rev. J. Edga Wilson, Presiding El-
terprising Florida cities that have ty commissioners, and that the latter Our Tallahassee Base Ball boys are in contact withm Well, ir you haven't der of the Tallahassee Districtaasted
joined the ranks of municipal owner- will also be restrained from placing the showing up good in the Championship thought of these things, sit down and by Rev. J. E. Woodard, junior pastor
ship of their public utilities. Municipal name on the ticket. games at Jacksonville. First game, unaddle your mind and go and sin no of Trini owa, Hns W V
ownership is one of the settled ques- There are some people over in this nine innings and no score by either Fer- more. Kind words will never die. Un- Knott, W. M. HoBroward, H. Ellis,
tions.-St. Lucie Tribune. corner of the woods, who believe that nandina or Tallahassee. Second game kind words will killer happiness, blight E., A. C. Cro R. Hudson
udeJ W MaloneTallahassee won five to nothing. Play- hope and stun charity.-Miami Metrop- Burr, N. A. litch and John L. Morgan,
Great preparations are now being Judge J. Malone will make A. ing third ae t this hour with fineurr N. A. tch and John L. Moran
made for the Middle and West Florida l)'Alemberte and just a few ofhisallies prospect for Tallahassee winning. Full -. Judge T. M. Shackleford and Justices
State Fair at DeFuniak, andallcountieslook like the cut off end of a copper account of the series of games next More Personal Mention. R. '. Taylor and J. B. Whitfield acted
StateFairatDeunkanal ou cent before he gts through handling week. Three cheers for Tallahassee W. L. McGriftf, of the Tallahassee as honorary pall bearers. The active
individual citizenswhocan do so should ntptChampions. baseb:l club, is at thi Araron. pal)bearurs wer,, Mssr4. A. A. Mur-
be represcntdd there. Let all join in then for their recent contemptuous ac- iss Nell I)avi, of Tillhassee is phre, W. ('. Lewis,. C. Gwynn, May
making it a ood Further ar- n. To say the least, most people in Th, llw >r. CMhr.sti' n Advocate says f i Walker, W. Stxon, It J. Evans, L.
ticulars later. thi. Third Con;ressional District are in its last. w ,k's u:.e, 'The thing most Joe Davi,4. I'erki it C. A e. closed
Read the poetry "Lookin' Blue" in th,.roughly disgusted with these ma- needtodl in ( ,:,ctinf, all the wotk of a Mr. Edward (;:unhle will leave M%,,n- from noon eOn Wtedlnsay until today,
another column and "catch the hahi ," 'chine politicians who nave gone to such church, is enty of g,,odl religion." day for school in Co(nnec:ieut Mr ard all |.ltcvs (iof b uiness were closed
of 'scattering sunsin'-' an.d ',utting length, to set aside the voice of the Yes, "the :on,,,1 o1l tim religion," t'h.:t liablele is one otf the m.t popular of during. the hour of tit. funeral. A large
of scatteringsunshine an puttinwas fr al the younger oys an always enjoys his c,,nctwre of friends asemblid at the
on smiles." True, it is hard to do, if people' and to make for them aCongres- l hom., viit. chir !i and Il,,wec the ad procession
you do not "feel like it;" but one can sional nominee. Subscribe for the True Dem crit. 1). 11. Mcl,,od. I) P. Williams. '. 1{ to the cemetery.
do so easily, if he just tries to be happy Not one of these parties can ever ex-- McDouiral, Ira WVason, Howell Shets, The sympathy of the entire communi-
and to make other people so too. Iet':; pect the people to have confidence in ter. Geo '. ttne" H lan T. S. Clarke. (). M. Jacobie, Mark Stone. A. Me- ty goe:; out to the bereaved husband
all try it. them again, and should one have the The.e parts will b, call- d upon to I)ou :all, I lpn (Gramline. W.S. Mclin, an i (Of these last there are
-h T eo t d i cheek to run for office, he will more show cause why they stiould not bl, N. Mabry, Jr., and F. (. More. four 'on.t and two daughters. be two
The True Democrat extends deepest hepunished for empty of court for vi members of the Tallahassi e baseball eldest sons, William Bloxh:tm, editor
S. than hkely realize the sentiment they lasting the in.ti,,n ,issued on last team. are p'easar.tly quartered at the ard manager of the Evening News, and
sympathy to n. H. C. have worked up against themselves. Thursday, in which the members of the Aragon. Jo T. .. a rising young lawyer, both
sons and daughters and to te familyMays will now pole at least 9 per cent Third Congressional Commtttee were Mrs. R. B. Carpenter, Jr., and Miss live in Pensacola while the two oi-
in the takin away of hi excellent wife, of the vote against his opponents. restrained from canvassing the returns Carpenter, of Tallahassee, are well- er, lenry Clay, Jr., and George
mother and sister. She was a true t ains h ov t. of the June primary by any other than known arrivals at the Aragon. Mrs. live here with their father and t"i
Christian woman, and the good work Later proceeding, from over in the the original returns, and also from de- and Miss Carpenter are here to witness ters, (eneviev' and Gladys. Mrs.
S West, we copy as tollows from the caring any other than J. W. Kehoe the ball game between Tallahassee and A. Chisholm, of Atlanta, a sister of te
ahe did while in life will do good in ages Pensacola Journal, and what will be the nominee of the party for Congress Fernandina clubs, deceased, was with Mr. Crawford at the
to come in bringing forth fruit in the next from this district. Mr and Mrs. Earnest McLin will be time ot his wife's death, and ace.or
Master's vineyard. The committee not only canvassed pleasant additions to the neighborhood panied him to Tallahassee in order tobe
Contempt proceedings against various the returns b other than the original of Third street, the boulevard and Laura present at the funeral.
The Tampa Tribune truly says: members of theeThd Congressional papers, but also declared Mr. Mays the street, for they will shortly move into HAV YOU ABY?
"Every newspaper man who does hisCommittee, well as attorneys, were nominee. This was done, it is stated, the residence recently purchased from
duty is constantly making somebody inaugurated yesterday in the circuit upon the advice of some of the attor- Mr. C. T. Doty.-Times-Union, 17th. T w ly. And above all
duty is constantly making somebody court when attorneys representing J. i neys, and for this reason the latter are .l..... f hnt let it suffer for any
mad. Although he realizes this is in- Walter Kehoe presented an affidavit to included in the affidavit presented yes- We WillnJoyohe Visit. (f with worms- that is
evitable, yet no true newspaper man the court relating to those who are al- terday. e le isla. If its omplexon gets yellow
ever intentionally wounds another's leed th have violated the recent in- And Judg Maloe wil BEACHTON, GA., Sept. 8th, 1808. itt stlesscross or
junction of the court. The attorneys pro y Mr. John G. Collins, Tallahassee, Fla. ,,.-.vish.i gets thin. suffers with flatu-
feelings, or takes a step that he does were directed to present a rule to the come in the next act, and there will be Dear Sir:-Enclosed find coupon vot- lence, give it VWhite's ('ream Verml-
not consider necessary for the public court for his approval citing the parties something doing, ed for Miss May Stoutamire, also give iei, 'zhe p only cure that never falls
good." named to appear and show cause why her my one hundred votes which I am ,nd has no had effects. Haruhe-Smlth
O .n the .front .pe th- they should not be punished for con- entitled to for renewal of subscription. ICo. rists.t
On the front page of this 12-page tempt of court. a My health is still very poor, though v ru ... ...
newspaper, this week, will be found in- Parties in Case-It is understood that C AT E O1 I I a think I am improving some. Hope to Somewhere the world is bright, dear,
teresting articles headed, "An Inter- the rule, when presented, will be di- r E be able to visit my Tallahassee friends And fair the flowers blow,
eating Itemized Report Fire Compa- erected to T. D. White, of Chipley, hold- P0r bats andChildren, in the near future. The valleys sing delight, dear,
engIemize epo, re mp ing the proxy of J. R. Wells ; M. Bates, With kind regards, yours truly, Across the hillsof snow.
ny, "Come Home Southern Men, of Quincy; J. W. Henderson, of Talla- The Kid YO Have Alway W J. A ANDERS. Still light from dark we borrow
"Guarding Our Public Money." We hassee; E B. Bailey, of Monticello; .---.. Along the lonesome way.
give you an interesting home local pa- Black Ashley, of Madison, and S. M. Bears tie yI0TrV HT u
peas a woholeread it all in ding ton, of Wakula county, and also to 81gestWre of "AD The music of tom rrow
p, whl d ill d attorneys W. H. Ellis, Francis B. Car- Soia u fs e, *A Charms the trouble of eeted.
the nice, attractive advertisements.
The Piano Contest is moving steadily
on, but the voting is not as lively yet
as it should be. It is easy to secure
new subscriptions and with them the C
yotes, if the contestees and their friends
will only make the effort. Miss May

Stoutamire is in the lead for that very
reason. Our mails bring us returns
from the work she has been doing. Get
busy and do as well as she. We will C
add another good prize soon. *Eva orator Pan
The True Democrat extends sympa-
thy to Editor Claude L'Engle in the
laspension of his Sun, hoping that he .
may be able to pull out of his financial
state and succeed in handling his print-
iag contract successfully and profitably S/
to the end, which is October 1st, 1909.
While we have differed with him on

men and measures, our relations to each
as publisher and printer have always
been pleasant, and we always feel for
those who have "troubles of their own."
In this issue we reproduce Hon. J. H.
Reese, associoste editor's article on the
suspension in the last Sun.
The Florida Christian Advocate asks:
"What do you think of a white man
who will come from Georgia to take a
negro back to the convict camp and get
ao drunk he cannot travel, and have to
be taken back to the police headquar-
teo and locked up? This was a white
eaeer ia charge of a negro prisoner.
The guardian of the majesty of the law, Y A EGE
me who is supposed to illustrate the
dlnity of law and order. The negro
s not well, so he just waited till the
m eame ad took them both
Mto tie lockup. This was the result *@

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From the Lowest Grade to the Highest.
Our Long Suit is Best Prices and Prompt Delivery.
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Call us up at Our Expense.
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are Constantly


our Fall

Line of Dry Goods,


and Clothing.

We will have the


complete and

up-to-date line of
Cloth ingever 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.

Phone No. 79.

P. 0. Box 487.

All Accounts Rendered Weekly.





50 per cent of your Shoe Bill by having
Repair your Boots and Shoes. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Also we, have in connection with my shoe business the
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salt made new for little money. First-Class Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
to fit. Old Panama Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.

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Tanks. Injectors,
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Shafting, Pulleys,

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Panacea Springs Hotel


J. 1. LANGSTON, 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 b
plenty of Motor Boats.
the tram cars to Panace:

thingn, good fishing and
Motor p3wer will carry
a from Sopchoppy, in ad-

edition to comfortable teams.
For quiet, rest and recreation, Panacea is the
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Write for terms at ownce.

-.- A Cup of White oease or Blue Label
S'\N oca sal Java Coffee
/ i \ is what goes straight to the heart ol
'/ """ every man at breakfast time, and ever
.. ."'. \ one knows that only good grocers keel
117 good coffee. We take special pride it
1 our brands, as they have made ou
\ store famous. Just as good as the cot.
fee we pell are teas, which principle
holds good throughout our entire stack.
(S We sell nothing but the best of food
S product-thoe we have tested ou.-
O rS. elve, ad so can gtaad by them.

Veterinary Pblyslcian
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Phone 258.

Why Publisher Are Always Rich.
The Miami Metropolis tells one reason
why as follows:
It has always been a great mystery
to people who don't understand the
newspaper business, how the publishers
always gft rich quick-if not quick-
sure. We'llexplain how that as, just
for the enlihhtment of our many read-
ers. In the first place, a child is born
in Miami. The standing physician gets
$2"5, the editor gives the youngster and
the "proud parent" a send-off in the
paper for which the editor gets $0. It
is christened. The minister gets $10,
the editor gets his $00 It grows up and
marries; the editor publishes a long-
winded, flowery article, and tells a doz-
en lies about the blushing bride; the
minister gets $10 and a piece of cake
and the editor gets $000.
In the course of time the once child
dies, the doctor gets from $25 to $100
anyhow, the editor publishes a death
notice and an obituary twocolumns lone,
lodge and society resolutions by the
bushel, a lot of poetry and a free card
of thanks and gets $0,000. And up
then, ye who read, and see all the edi-
tor got out of that one baby from the
time of its birth till its death, and then
wonder why editors are always rich.
Add up the number of births and deaths
and judge for yourself what our income
is.-Miami Metropolis.
Juwge George P. Raney of Tallaba-
mse, is in the city aRtted" to II
matters of iepogatee. HeM
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first serious backaet that THE SUN means suffered to the advantage of the
THM TRUE DEMOCKAT. suffered, and it was a knockout blow, few; THE SUN told the story when no
jeMN COLI is.*r because at that time the paper was other Journal dared do it, and THN
self-supporting with a margin above SUN did this in the face of threats and
PD EV expense In It earnings and never I pleadings because the editor could not
PU3LfKlD VrRY FRIDA MOKNINU. since that time has it paid expesem. pass over a matter of so great impor-
But that happened nearly three years tance without falling signally in his
TIM SUN SUSPENDS PUBLICATION. ago, and THE SUN has lived aince duty as the publisher of a journal
that time and has been instrumental in whose mainspring was the purpose to
doing much of evident and positive serve some useful end; to take up the
Assecate Editor J. H. Rees* Writes oa good for good government, and I verily burden where others did not, because
It In the Last Issue. believe that it has been a power against of failure to properly conceive at d
When it announced that THE SUN the machinations of an evil element in carry out the work of intelligent '%d
WhIs toen t s annones not carry the Florida politics of which the average honest journalism.
Sto be suspended it doe that THrE SUN person can know nothing, or but lit- I he censor of the acts of public offl-
meaning or eth TH UN tie. Testimonials to this opinion have cldas is the press; the in4tative in the
is to die never to live again been numerous; they have been given correction of public wr0aa belodgs to
There are bodies celestial and bodies in warm words of encouragement by tte press if the press will assume !t,
terrestrial, and THE SUN is of the the best citizens; the malls have been r.d be It furthermore mid that no
earth. When It is resurrected, it will fruitful with them, and it is likely man or combination of men can defy
not be in the cerements of the grave, that the subscription list which has the press in a fight against unright-
nor will it be in the seraphic habilli- been built up contains in the total at eous acts or institutions. In the press
monte of another world-it will be least a three-fourths percentage among is a power which nothing else ap-
when its strength and perpetuity shall people who felt that THE SUN embod- preaches or eam compare to in a coun-
not be dependent upon ephemeral earn- led in its weekly issues and its un- try which constitutionally guarantees
Ings, but will be backed by people swerving course the principles which its freedom; ,'and when it is not a power
enough and money enough to make the deserved support because therewwas an it is because it substitutes the robes
publication of an honest Journal an evident need that they should be of of honor for the trappings of prosti-
entity of the real world, and not an im- application and use in public affairs. tution, or else Is guided by weaklings.
possible form of ideality. The people who subscribed for THE Since the paper has been published
Such a thing may be realized; such a SUN did not do so in order to get a from Tallahassee it has had an un-
thing is not impossible; what is newspaper, for it never made any pre. usual opportunity for printing the
needed to make it possible is a revolu- tensions to being a newspaper; it was, news of the departments when there
tion in the thought and methods per- launched as a journal of cartoon and was news of real importance to print;
training to the operation of our busi- comment, yet it was more than that, it has also had the rare opportunity
ness and political system. The singular for both the cartoons and the comrn- which it has exercised without fear or
form of the noun System may be used ment were dlr't:d in one channel and favor of criticising the acts of the ad-
with correctness, because if one con- for the accomplishment of one great ministrative officers at close range. It
aiders the subject with care he must object, that purpose being the better- would have been better policy by far
conclude after knowing something of ment of public affairs, and in this to close the columns of the paper to
conditions in Florida that the political scope It was broad enough to include criticism of these officials---better pol-
and the business interests are so inter- the many matters of public concern icy, I mean, for Claude L'Engle. for
woven that they are one and insepar- to which a public journal may be le- while he is editor of THE SUN, he Is
able. When I say that what is needed gitimately devoted, also the State printer, and the admin-
to make the publication of an honest In summing up the work of tlie istrative officers compose the Board
Journal possible, and by that self-sup- paper by scanning Its files and weigh. of State Institutions, and it is but a
porting and of influence for good, I do Ing the needs for the reforms it has human failing for resentment to rise
not Intend to convey the Idea that there advocated and the remedies It has sug- at criticism. There are few men who
must be such a radical change in com- gested, I do not think that anyone can go into office realizing that when they
mercial and mental processes that peo- say that it has not breathed the es- become servants of the public they
pie must undo all that has been done sence of sincerity for the public good. offer themselves a target for the slings
and make a new beginning. If that were It has advanced the cause of Individ- and arrows of criticism. Yet, while it is
required, then it would be utterly im- uials only when they represented the true that as a simple matter of policy
possible to build up a journal of the cause of good for the public service. It would have been better to keep!
kind mentioned. But what I do intend On the other hand. Individuals have hands off the administration under
to convey is the idea that the Individual been condemned only when they repre- which he in the capacity of public
business man must free himself from seated bad principles that threatened printer held a contract, the adminis-
the fetters of bossism; so must the in- Ill to the public service. trative officers came soon to under-
dividual voter, and not lend himself to There will not be many to agree stand that Claude L'Engle, the printer,
a political structure that is not honest that devoting one's efforts to the bet- an(d Claude L'Engle. the editor, were
or to business monopoly that Is de- terment of the social and political not bound by any tie even remote of
structive to Individual effort and help- fabric at the expense of one's own afFepton or affinity, and I think they,
ful to jobbery and special privilege. To pIrse and to the jeopardy of one's lib- have upon thep whole, been glad to
all In position to take hold of this Idea ,rty is a good thing to do. It cannot have TIlE SUN with them. since it
It Is unnecessary to explain its mean- he concluded from individual expp- gave credit wherp credit wa', due, and
Ing. The p llticlans and the newspapers irinces that the Individuals who have since their conduct In office has been
deal in so much language that has no .*nt their energies and endeavors in of such uprightn-es as to warrant
clear meaning that it is sometimes this wise have profited by them. Cer- mror, to be said in com-
hazardous to attempt to shoot home by n am I that Claude L'Engle has mnindation than condemnation.
e-ploying mere words. We talk of gained nothing in shillings and pence. t1tiil would the. h testimony
monopoly and think of the Standard but he has lost much which might from them to effectuaily refute the
Oil Company, but we do not think of now he invested to his advantage if he fling often made by State papers at'
the monopolies that thrive In the Stat had refrained from doing the things HlE SUN that it was a court Journal.
of Florida; we do not think of the that he has done for the common good: administration sheet and personal or-i
special privileges that are possessed by that he has accomplished some good can of the Governor. From the Gov-,
corporations n our own communities, for his State and Its people there is no ernor down the list, with possibly one
and it Is required that some person doubt And some of this will be last- or two exceptions, they have all felt
most bare himself to the censure of Ing, for the public has been awakened the keen edgi of his stylus in just an 1
his neighbors to take a stand hold in to the existence of evil Influences on honest criticism, and they have been
denunciation of these evils. I could ."islation; it has been aroused to the big enough and broad enough to accept
make my meaning perfectly clear to all malignant public character of some it In the spirit that delivered it.
If I should relate in detail the history men who have bcen foremost in its. There must be an end somewhere,
of THE SUN as I know it, but this affairs, and these influences have been so here follows the finish. THE SUN
would be done at the risk of rehashing: 'wnkened by his courage in attacking is discontinued only as a matter of
Sstory that is already known well to them and these_ men have been re- business expediency. It has been a
the readers of THE SUN, and it would strained from their nefarious practices, heavy drain on the publisher's bank
profit little to print in THE SUN some- because they could no longer do so in Faccount; he has kept it going with
thing Intended for the eye of people the light and fear of exposure. Honest the hope that he would eventually see
who don't read the paper, and this lit- men do not fear light or libel, for there the light through the woods. but as we
tle space I shall use in doing some is certain and severe punishment for have proceeded, the darkness has
meager justice to the editor of the pa- the journalist who goes after an Indi- grown more dense; still, THE SUN
per through its rather turbulent career. vidual without a bulwark of facts to has done some unusual things In the
In his personal being and the environs support his charges. There has been way of gaining an audience. It had
of domesticity surrounding him, he i1 no scattering of scandal, no raking of more paid subscribers for the
one of a very limited number whom I muck, no parading of private affairs, running than the history of any other
regard as fortunate, and this must be no conoclasm in THE SUN. It has publication in the State has shown.
apparent to all who are acquainted with been a source of sorrow that some in- This assertion can be made with rea
the facts, but in the achievement of tending friends of the paper have at sonable certainty, because I have
his ambition he has been subjected to times so mistaken the character of talked with numerous publishers, and
auch discouragements as would long the paper as to bring forward the I know from experience that the suc-
ago have written defeat upon the brow weaknesses of their fellows as a sub. ees of them all as a rule has been
of one les worthy, resourceful and ject for treatment In its columns, or slow and of many years' growth.
ourageous, have approached the editorial chair Everything that went into the making
It Is not only my desire to write with a request to suppress publication of THE SUN was expensive. It was
these words in recognition of the of the misdeeds of mere individuals; printed on good paper; it carried the
praiseworthiness of his ambitions and but there have not been many to ques- cartoon and picture features up to
the inflexibility of his determination, t:on the real service that the paper three months ago, and the time re-
but the very condition which he has has rendered, or to doubt the good quired in the preparation of its artl-
ought makes it necessary If justice motives that prompted its attacks cles made Its features costly. We
would be done, that some one having when attacks were made. might have filled its pages with cheap
knowledge of the difficulties encoun- With the evidence in, what, then, is advertising from patent medicine con-
tered and the injustice so frequently to be the reward of the reformer? to corns, but in this also did the editor
done him by the press and the people be doubted and maligned by some and live up to his idea of ethics in pub-
should speak of them now, for there to be accorded credit by a few; to fret lishing a public journal.
will be great joy in small souls when under the delay of success and suffer For my own part, I think he has
it is known that THE SUN aIs no more. the sting of defeat; to waste the work fought the good fight for which there
It is not in any great measure sur- of heart and mind and hand, and wel- should be some reward somewhere, t
prising that THE SUN has failed to come in the end which I trust he will some day real-

gather a subscription list large enough "rest 17 ~. Such talents as his, such energy.
or an advertising patronage of suffl- For brow and brain and breast;" such reasiliency, should not be lost to
client volume to warrant its continua- and to have the reward of a good con- the State in the mossy ways of private
tion. Nobody has been misled as to the science with a score of victories tal- life.
seriousness of the obstacles in ar- lied against a more numerous string of ^lat t-en ^
complishing these objects. The one is failures. Plant Lettuce and Celery,
dependent upon the other and if it had But let no one think that these In a recent issue the True Demo-
been possible to put enough subscribers reflections are of the somber hues that crat called attention to the desirability
on the list the advertising would hay shade the farewells of the school girl ef using shaded tobacco lands for celery
followed as a matter of course, for the valedictorian. This Is a swan song, 'tin and lettuce crops during the winter
advertiser away from home is interest- true. but this makes twice that THE months.
ed In knowing how best to reach the SUN has gone down and by the same These two vegetables were never so
people, and he will employ that vehicle token may it rise again. The first SUN in demand as now, nor have they ever
which promises the best results. Our was the afternoon daily in Jackson- commanded more steady or lucrative
hope was in getting subscribers in ville. Despite the general impression prices, and our farmers would do well T
numbers enough to be able to guar- to the contrary, the afternoon paper to heed the hint given them, especially
antee the advertiser the largest circu- was not a legitimate business failure. now that the tobacco crop is not bring- 1
lation in the State, and this did not It was given its sleeping potion by the ing the prices hoped for.
seem impossible when something is same combination of business men- The,soil is already enriched, the shad-
known of the circulation of other pa- Captains of Industry and Other tng will protect rom frosts, and the
pers. After the Jacksonville advertlvrsa Things-that gave the weekly SUN its farms are conveniently near centers of
boycotted the paper, there was little hemlock. It is quite needless to refer transportation-in fact, everything is
hope of building up a home advertis- to the grievance that them business ready to hand by which to put money
Spatroag. That boycott was an men had salat the SUN save for a into the planters pocket, tifolyhewill
ple of thae Iolatism of the bust- word of explaeatles. I all them bust.- take advantage of his opportunities. 4
Ssad poltal l beeism which then Ones men bead se such are they -
t I '. If there had bes tan known. The same spirt of Intolerance No one Is immune from kidaey trog-
-Of thought and action that moved Jeoha Ba0a-iar to crush ble. so just remember that oey'sa
l at by certain persons to be rid every man or emeera that came in his Kidney Remedy will Mop the irreg-*
Sanother parsao who promitd to be way is the pirit whleh moved these larlUes and c e ay camO kgdmag
SION'uMm bersMe of his ndpenad. men to c2r TE N8M. Th .pulled or bladder troeu 0 a is t n It aIpe- I
4a M oft an aties would have of a deal by whiMh semo es peopl, thW rag 1 of mg"*&11 4
aM.1 16 L MV, Tt w I sman sWe r. e '. .e.


As there wil probably be from 25 to
35 names of Presdiential Electors on the
ballot to be voted in the November elec-
tion it will be well for voters to study
and familiarize themselves with the
names of the Democratic electors we
all should vote for, as follows:
There being a demand for same; the
True Democrat cheerfully furnishes
the following:
The Senate.
District 1-J. H. B. Miller, Milligan.
District 2-John S. Beard, Pensa-
District 3-William W. Flournoy, De
Funiak Springs.
District 4-Theop West, Marianna.
District 5--R. F. Horsford, Coe Mills.

T ., I-.,

District 21- -\. Hunt Hliarr, Key

6 James

Fa B~roome,

7-D. H. Sloan, Lakeland.
8-John W. Henderson, Tal-
9---George W. Dayton, Dade
10-C. H. Leggett, Green-
li-Donald C. McMullen,
12-E. L. Cottrell, Oldtown.
13-F. M. Hudson, Miami.
14-F. P. Cone, Lake City.
15-A. Z. Adkins. Starke.
16-T. S. Davis, Fernan-
17-J. B. Johnson, Live Oak.
18-11. H. Buckman, Jack-

19--L C. Massey, Orlando.
20--D H. Baker, Orange
21-J. A. Williams, Cedar
22--William MNT. Girardeau.,
23- 1. N. Whitnoey, I.Lady

I )iiA-t net 2:5 Biwil ICoolsj, (C l, dv,
D istrict 26 E. S. (Cnl. alaka.

I )ri -Iic&t --FrankI< W. Samw;, Niew

I )ist rict

District 21- L \V. Zim, St Augus-
District 2 -H I11. McCrearvCaines-
House of Representatives.
Alachun-S.vd I. Carter, Galnes-
ville; T. A. )oke, Santa Fe.
Baker-.J. L. Kelly, Macclenny.
Bradford-L1. D. Wall. Starke; Er-
nest Knight. Iake Butler.
('alhoun-E. S. Fortner. Clarksville.
Citrus-E. S. Grace, Citronella.
C'lay-Charles Conway, Middleburg.
('olumbia-John W. Hatcher, Lake
City: James B. Hodges, Lake City.
Dade-George 0. utlcr. Miami.
DeSoto-J. II. Brown, Arcadia.
Duval-I. L. Farris, Jacksonville;
Frank E. Cha-e, Jacksonville.
Escambia-John P. Stokqs. Pensa-
cola; C. L. Wiggin. Pine Barren.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, Carra-
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffy, Gretna; J.
W. Sheppard, Greensboro.
Hamilton-L. C. Register, Avoca; J.
W. Bynum, White Springs.
Hernando--F. L. Stringer, Brooks-
Hillsboro-John S. Taylor. argo;
D. F. Pattishall, Plant City.
Holmes----. W. Watford, Esto.
Jackson-W. E. B. Smith, Marianna;
J. TI. Tidwell. Bascorm.
Jefferson-S. D. Clarke. Monticello;
A. J. Boland. Thomas City.
Lake-J. R. Miller. Eustis; J. S.
Godfrey, Yalaha.
Lee-F. J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
Leon-A. S.Wells,Tallahassee; John
L. Neely. Tallahassee.
Levy-W. J. Epperson, Bronson.
Iafayette--McQueen Chalres, Old-
Liberty-E. K. Thaggard, Bristol.
Madison-Charles E. Davis, Madi-
son: J. Ellis Blanton, Lee.
Manatee-D. F. Hull, Costatia.
Marion-L. S. Light, Reddick; W. D.
Carn, Ocala.
Monroe-W. H. Malone, Jr.. Key
West: Charles L. Knowles. Key West.
Nassau-J. E. Calkins, Fernandina;
A. E. Ogilvle. Calalhan.
Orange-A. B. Newton, Winter Gar-
den; James H. King. Oviedo.
Osceola-C. S. Aeree. Kissimmee.
Pasco-P. C. Litell, Hudson.
Polk-J. A. Cox. Kathleen; W. J.
Durrance, Fort Meade.
Putnam-H. A. B. MacKenzle, Pa-
latka: S. J. Hilburn. Palatka.
Santa Rosa-E. V. McCaskill. Bluff
Springs: A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
St. Johns-W. A. MacWilllams, St.
Augustine; C. J. DuPont. Matansas.
St. Lucle-W. R. Hardee. Jensen.
Sumter-McGlenn Terrell, ushnell.
Suwannee-L. B. Roberson. Live
Oak: 9eo4 W. Dempsey. Ellaville.
-- aylor-W. T. Cash, Perry.
VolusWa-Ja-mes Alezxander, De
Land; Maoon Thornton. Ormond.
Wakuln-Wqiter L. Page. Wakullt
Waltoe-J. V. lehbourg. Lm a

John G. CoM
Demr Jobs:-What bI the t I dM
not recelye my paper Satuay nit g
usual. I trust you have not cut me out
of your mailing lat I enjoy re-dief
your paper and cannot bein to teall ou
dw 'idnappointed I was at not revt
it. Will you kmdly in future a that it
come to me rularly? Tnuting you
are weU and that budn s ood, with
best wishes, I am, your
Do not forget that DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are the best pills made.
They are pleasant little pills that are
easy to take and. are prompt and gen-
tle. We sell and recommend them.
Sold by Tallahassee Drug Co. *

months after the date of the flrst publietion
hereof. I will present my final secounte to the
County Jndge of Leon county. Florida. and ask
for my discharge a uardian of the peron and
etate of Honr Ruel Felkel. minor.
HENRY T. FKEL, Guardian.
July 16.1908. 11-Em


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-resi-
dents,who are anxious
to sell. We offer them
for a limited time only,
and for a very low price.

J. T. Bernard & Son.




Has a Complete

Stock of


It canl be

bought in

small quantities or in the



Tallahassee, Fla.

Don't Holler

If You're Hit.

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




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






If. If. Mcfvan. Jas-

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Ma.S By Ead little Use, Carthan,.
se home agabl after a pbeMant summer
speat at C.'itianogo Telan.
Mrs. L. C. Endmandson and daughter,
Mie Jessie Endmondson, returned Sat-
arday from Chattanooga. They have
been spending several weeks on Look-
out Mountain enjoying the crisp. cool
weather and the absence of mosquitoes.
The Directors of the David S. Walker
Library are indebted to Father Bresna-
han.for the addition to the Library of
two valuable hooks. Will not others
follow this good example and help to
make this institution second to none in
the State?

Wers for

ka Vetes.

Hon. W. D. Stonut %a s >r. the
city again yesterday, llsd another
bardsome list to our bariion list,
securing 700 more votes for Miss May
Stoutamire. If other contestees will get
busy after subscription -nd coupors,
they can do as well. Work a little for
your newspaper and for your favorite in
the contest and other votes will soon
run up, even like that we copy from the
Miami Metropoliis. and active work will
put uq in *position to nam,- a day to
award the piano and bring the contest
to a close. Vote now and go to work
1 for your friend.






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fwnS. homedovA vswou~d

4awve youi

p0 down

eorne hocme

a~n~ds *ttia4

to thc

out arny4&ifty

Without Honing
Without Stropping

will enable you to shave a beard off
very easily and smoothly; in fact, so
smoothly as to make you think It b
not shaving at all

,;men cde #ot w4

The KfIN KHffIR blade is thick enough to permit of a degree
of temper-ond a keenness of edge which positively can
not be secured in any thin, wafer-like, flexible blade.
The KImN AffR Safety Razor Outfit consists of
Triple Silver Plated Frame and Handle, and 12 Nor-
wegian sharp steel blades.






Position for Shaving.

Sat vwume-4




Another handsome new residence is
now going up on Clinton street, making
three within a very short period. This
one is to be the Baptist parsonage and
is just across the street from the Bap-
tist church. It is being constructed by
Child Brothers. Before long a hand-
some new church building is to be erect-
ed on the east corner of the same lot.

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
Bltte,s does all that's claimed for it.
For stomach, Liver and Kidney trou-
bles, it can't be beat. I have tried it
and find it a most 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 malara. Sold
'Uder guarantee at all drugsats:
Foley's Orino LAxative la a new.
remedy, an Improvement on theblawza
Uves of former years, as It do s ot
gripe or nauseate and Is pleamat 4to
take. It Is guaranteed. Sold by all

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andc wo-en~

,4f'e shAe

e g/ad


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.

Yaegcr-Bethd CO.



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

A pertiea ft the peL

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Sel and Guarmed b
CO., (Inc.)

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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 Cloge Out

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


J. E. THEUS, Propr.



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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-
Wltt's. We sell and recommend them.
Sold by Tallahassee Drug Co.



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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT. ,1 nh s1ne c we N
jouG. .COL S. N b.r.e I September 15. -On the 10th Instant,
Joan c. COLuJIS. Mt,. at the home of his parents, a birthday
party was gven to Mr. T. P. Strick-
,ugL .bU VVIYR rit, ouom, land, Jr., who reached his majority on
that day. The house was adorned and
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. lighted up by Chinese lanterns and
For Presidential Electors: choice refreanments were served to the
ROBE. P. BAILEY. ARUTLR. guests, who enjoyed themselves very
SAMUEL PAsCO. much during the festal hours, from 6 to
For Unitd tatSenator. 10:30 p. m. A cake containing a ring,
DUNCAN U. FItM THER. a dime and a button was cut by differ-
ew Representative in Congrew--Third Con. ent guests present. Miss Elvie Dickey
ressional District: got the ring, Miss Mamie Stricklandgot
I)ANNTTE II. MAYS. the dime, and it was never known who
For Governor: got the button.
For Comptroller: Coming from places outside the vicin.
ALONEO C. CROOM. ity, we name Mr. Potter Woodberry,
For Treasurer: I with Misses Doss, Butler and Thomp-
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. son from Hinson, Fla., and Mr. Henry
For Secretary of State:.rman, Jr., and sisters, Miss May
For Attorney-General: and Ellen Quarterman from Thomas-
r nrintndent of Public Istructlon: Your correspondent hopes that Mr.
or Commissioner of Agriculture: T. P. S., Jr., will live to vote the Demo-
BENJAMIN S MCLIN. cratic ticket at least sixty times, allow.
For Justices Supreme Court: ing one birthday yet to come to each
THOMAS M. HACKLEFOR. Mr. Eugene Cromartie, we areglad to h
For Railroad CommissoNNer: say, is again employed a salesman by t
ROYAL C.DUNN. Mr. R. F. VanBrunt at this place. 0
COUNTY TICKET. Mr. G. T. Brown, Jr., paid his sister, I
Per Members of the Leiislature: Mrs. C. E. Dickey, a visit last Friday.
JOHN L. NEELY. Mr. C. E. Dickey pald Dogwood a
A. S. WELLS. visit last Sunday. Mrs.J. C. Trice,
For County Judge:it aT
BENJAMIN A. MECINNISS. who was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dickey
For Clerk Circuit Court: at the time, accompanied him to said
HENRY N. FELKEI. place, which is the home of her parents. l
WI ForIAM sheriff : CTON Mrs. Trice began school at "Strick- r
For Tax Assessor: land," with seven pupils, yesterday, r
WILLIAM 0. AMES. 14th inst. h
For Tax Collector: Mrs. Albert McElvey and Mins Maggie a
WALTER A. DEMIL.Y. I Brown on Saturday last returned to s
For Superintendent of Public Instruction: Hinson with Mr. Potter Woocberry, and i
EDWIN B EI'Psi. expect to make a visit of several days ,
J.FAr yraerKINS 'duration in that vicinity. They will t
For supervisor lRegltriatin: visit Mr. Hunter Woodberry's family c
SAMUI'Et P. (IAIltEs. and others perhaps ib
For Cunty Surveyor: On last Saturday Miss Fields, of Ma-
VALL.IE J. ItANI)OLPII. rietta Ga., arrived at Iamonia On a
county ('.commRisioners: rietta, Ga., arrived at lamonia. On a
w. S I'T.Mll \. W. .'.ne isit yesterdayy she began to teach as private o
J. w. (Col.I.INM. (; JoIINSoN governess the children of Mr. R. F.
L.s. CRI'MP. VanBrunt. Miss Fields being an ac-
School Bnard: complished music teacher will give mu-
I AWSON H TWiA'rwI;RIT. ,ic lessons to her pupils.
JOHN 11. i'ATTEItS.)N. I R. C<, The road hands were on yesterday a
THI NAN OF FALLEN FORTUNES. working the public road from "Strick- w
land" to the Georgia line, near A. R. t
Iis Opinion of His Fellow-Nanas De- Sessions. Mr. Joe Blair, the road over- d
seer for said road, got sick and turned d
dced from Hard Mxperlence. the hands over to Mr. T. P. Strickland, n
"Losing one's money," said the man Jr. t
of fallen fortunes. "is not without its The roads are at all times thronged
compensating comforts; for instance, in with wagons hauling seed cotton to the ti
the discovery of one's real friends., public gins.
"When I was rich I never knew for Best Treatment for a Burn. u
sure whether a man, being rich, was t f for no other reason. Chamber- a
drawn to me because I was rich also or Iain's Salve should be kept in every fa
whether, being poor, he was drawn to household on account of its great in
me because he thought I could help him; value in the treatment of burns. It I
but it was easy to tell after I had lost allays the pain almost Instantly, and b
my money. unless the injury is a severe one. a
"The proudest gratification that I got heals the parts sthout leaving a e
then I found in the loyalty of my fama- scar. This salve is also unequaled for P
ty. One and all they stood by me with chapped hands, sore nipples and dis- th
Sgtle sympathy and unfaltering de- eases of the skin. Price, 25 cents. For a
that has continued to the pres- sale by Tallahassee Drug Co. h
eat moment and that I know will never ..... le_
fail-my strongest and most encourag- KING'S DAUGHTERS, ATTINTION. I
spAthen I began to make discover- There will be a meeting of the Circle w
And bouthen I began to make discover- what the residence of Mrs. B. A. Megin- a
ie about my friends, to discover wrch nisses, Friday, October 2, at 4 olclock ot
ere faonirly weather friends, which were p.m. As this is the first meeting held al
hxiks only when I could elpthem and since June 1st, every King's Daughter tc
whidh were friends through thick and is earnestly requested to be present. tC
wma bedrock end ring quality tin rich This recquet applies to members in the aI
amn W pooro qut ke."=i country as well as in the city. Remein- b:
ere is thit' be said about the ber the pledge given before each other G
rich mansnd his money: When aman and come without fail the first Friday ce
his ademoneyhishmoney: When ma in October, which is the second day of In
i made money be hates to give it up. the month.-t Dt M
But I have known rich men who proved month. 02 D
the melve stalwart, staying friends in- HOPPITY HOP.
ded; who gave though the chances of Are you Just barely getting around
the money ever coming back to them- by the aid of crutches or a cane? th
S -e thought of that ;t all-must Unless you have lost a limb or have al
have seemed very slim; men who ave eormity-if your trouble is re b
with a. prompt readinees that took all a deformlty-lf yourtroblsrneu- b
tth sting out of the necessity of asking, matism, lumbago, sprain, stiff joints, nr
with a willingnessthat w of itse or anything of like nature, use Bal- nc
mat helpful and cheering lard's Snow Liniment and in no time sc
"And then while I havehadmen drum you can throw away your crutches fSe
me for small debts which I was able to anl be as well as anyone. Price 25e. p1
ayoff very slowly I have had men to 50c and $100 Hardee-Smlth Co., drug. bD
whom I owed bigger debts say to me- gsists. __-;id)
ad this out of sheer kindness and Mr. J. L. Farrier and Mr. Bryan Al-
friedlines to me-to take away from len, were among the True Democrat's
m a burden: 'Forget it, oldman; don't pleasant visitors last Saturday, as was p
wnrr yourself over that. We'll just also Mr. George W. Alligood. in
simply cross that off the book and call
it qaare.' Ahd-and this is notthe least Miss B. L. Marcus left Monday for a ba
of the things that have solaced me- visit to Jacksonville, where she will re- us
there are men, rich men and men not main for a few days. and then go to up
rich, with whom my relations in another New York for about a two weeks' visit
day were friendly, who have treated me before returning home.
always ever since personally just the -- .. a
same. with absolute unbroken kindness p

and consideration. '
"So my misfortune has revealed to fo
me friends whose real friendliness I IFtTh
might otherwise not have known; and C
the world seems kinder to me than it c(I
did before., We must all look out for dr
ourselves; self-preservation is the first M I. A U.. ...-.. 4l 9 anL
law of nature; but still the fact remains e I dr
that the run of men are a pretty good I p oi|% eAt fonfts he o_. 7 e
lot, ready to help others. ofthe "t ruly jOeJcaMltaive
"It remains only for a man to help ., r -L i irf f ^ i
himself; and by all this kindness to me, acru Y r ro
emboldened anew, I am, I confide to rw h i n o3le @ onetoforn vretJr an
you, and with prospects most cheering, Las et d o tly sott an e 1o u, f
now making another try at fortune."- e t ,
New York Sun. e estL
Thq Now St. Augstike lrige. e. mCdiewl6.% M 4ae*t, .a"to a i
The new iron bridge which thecounty naturea et t 4t M t t1e u:at. foi
commissioners ordered to be built over $i h ss i !r i. It
the 8L Augustine branch is completed
and is an exceedingly nest and attrac- *
tive piece of work, reflecting great .
credit uon the contractors. It was eJc, 41
bIilt by the Carolina Engineering Co., &an
dr the supervision ot Mr. A. D. i
ZImary. a-
The Improvements recently made in
the eastern end of Lafayette street,
sad ts ito the "St. Augustine road,"
whisM the branch rms, are no
eseted. It is a le
3S~iliM-i -Nolrilf amp=-SjW ~ ik

an Reward. SI.
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 ii
the only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a consti-
tutional treatment. Hall a Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting direct upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the founda-
tion of the disease, and giving the pa-
tient strength by builagap the consti.
tution and assist mature in doing its
work. The proprietor 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 P. J. CHENEY & CO., To-
ledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Aug. 16-tf.
Rev. J. Edgar Wilseon Peaded
As this is Mr. Wilson's last year on
the Tallahamsee District, and he will
have to leave Tallahassee in December,
the Methodist of the city, wishing to
manifest to him and his family some ex-
pression of the love and esteem in which
they are held, decided to give them, as
the children would sa a "surpse
party." So on Tuesday afternoon about
orty ladies gathered at the District
Parsonage to welcome Mrs. Wilson
tome after an absence of several
month; They spent a delightful after-
noon in conversation and the singing of
iymns, Miss Onie Zachary, presiding
at the organ, after which Rev. Mr. Wil-
on made a neat little speech express-
ng the appreciation felt by himself and
ine. andin which he said many nice
things of Tallahassee and its people. He
closed v t'l a prayer invoking God's
blessings upon them.
Everyone went home happy, leaving
at the parsonage a substantial evidence
if their esteem.
A Traveling Man's Experience.

A" mi t til )tini y expit rl,'ri 'ner on
iI vii boundl () I. & N.I. It. traiti
rorn Pendtll ton to L,. (I rani *'. Ore..
writes Sam A. (Garher. a w-ell known
traveling mniai. was in the simkiing
epartnient with somen olth-r travtlln
ion when one of toemn W( nt out into
he coach andi came b hack anli said,.
here is a winman sick into death itn
he car. I at once gout lip and w nt
ut, found lher very ill with (crniii)
olic; her hands and arms were drawn
I) so you could not straighten them,
nd with a death-llke look on her
ace. Two or three ladies were work-
ng with her and giving her whisky.
went to my suit case and got my
ottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
nd Diarrhoea Remedy (I never trav-
I without it), ran to the water tank,
ut a double dose of the medicine in
he glass, poured some water into it
nd stirred It with a pencil; then I
ad quite a time to get the ladies to
et me give It to her, but I succeeded.
could at once see the effect, and I
worked with her, rubbing her hands.
nd In twenty minutes I gave her an-
ther dose. By this time we were
Most into Le Grande, where I was
" leave the train. I gave the bottle
the husband to be used in case
another dose should be neededed, but
y the time the train ran Into Le
rande she was all right, and I re-
ilved the thanks of every passenger
the car." For sale by Tallahassee
rug Co. *
So*e Sensible Tall.

There is no mistaking the fact that
e past year has been a hard one on
I sorts and conditions of persons and
isiness. The summer has been one of
imistakable dulmness. Money has been
iticeable principally because of its
arcity, but with the opening up of the
old krope, cotton, corn and other sta-
es, there is no reason for anything
it a renewal of business in every line.
be crops are good and are being rap-
ly harvested, and soon money will be-
n to flow from the banks into the
ands of the people who will, in turn,
ss it back to the merchants, and then
the natural course it will find its way
ack into the vaults of the banks. Let
all cheer up. The "busy season" is
on us.-Madison New Enterprise.
Millions of bottles of Foley's Honey
nd Tar have been sold without any
,rson having experienced any other
an beneficial results from its use
r cotihs, colds and lung trouble.
his Is because the genuine Foley's
oney and Tar In the yellow package no opiates or other harmful
ugs ;nuard your health by refusing
iv but the genuine. Sold by all
For Rent I
On Bronaugh street, nice lot. feed
om and loft, and two stalls in same,
d buggy and harness room, two blocks
om Monroe street. Apply at this
ice- 7
Leek Here!
For the next sixty dayswe will make
liberal discount on all spot cash orders
r flooring, ceiling and novelty siding.
will pay you to investate. o
Active at 87.
This would be unusual news it men
d women would keep themselves
ie from rheumatlam and all aches
d pals as well as keeping their
sclee aid jolate Umber with Ba1-
d's iw lui lt. Hfare e mlth

M16. *11MIM-01.

Trinity M. xaat, St. L 8. Fattrson.
Pastor. aSuun at U m. and i p a.
Junior EB Lm 1o0 p. m. aseSrgp.
worth COO p. aL All nmm reM ntod
tosttead. tepubicandstrancesm ly in-
vited to woinkip with us.
Premwrterian Church. Rev. Wa. H. Zioger. Pas.-
to.-sgar ervie at II o'clock a. anid at
70 oIk p. m. Sabbath schoolat at
Midweek Mriec on Wednesday evening at 7
irist Baptist Church. Rev. J. B. PrueMt, Pastor.
Swrvie: Sunday at 11 a. m. mand 0Op. s.; Bible
chool.4-1 a. m.; Junior B .Y.P. Vt.o'elocwkp. m.;
Bnler L. PY U.P. u ridayat ,SO p.m.: Prayeran
Praie services Wedneadar eveain att 7 p: m.
Everybody welcome.
St. John's Episcopal Chureh: Sundays and Holy
Days. 70 a m. Holy C Ommaunon -Sundays 11
a. m., andS p. m. Wed nedays. 5 p. Friday,.
a m. Choir practie after service. Sunday
64 1* *%looik ewy "mowr- in&

*a .a74 a" e adls P. aM a 4IrM
inv"ifslto lYb. SciholdSmy
C(. lh Cbnwh--Ov. P. J. Brenamba. pator
ma atda Mmon at m. oath. lot. Id a 4th
Sundte O eaeh Imonth;: R.may ad BmnWie-
ton at 6I. m On the third Sunday mus at 7 a.
m.; no aternoon eMrvlce.

For Sale!

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


Apply to


Lloyd, Florida.
14 tf

Eye Specialists.


Merchant Tailor.

Cleans Panama Hats


Makes Them New.


Home Offcc upstairs In West Build-
Ing, Corner Bay and Laura Streets,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Cleans and Puts in

First-class shape'all

Kinds of Hats.

Dr. Armstrong who has specialized 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.




Our New Line

of fancy

Cakes, Pies and


Everything Clean and

Sanitary in

Our New Shop.

T. B. BYRD & CO.

Tallhabae, 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 had after-effects. Price,
25 cents a bottle. Sold by Hardee-
Smith Co., druggists. *
Dr. Armetrong can always be seen at
the Bloxham first Monday of each
momth. Any one having nervousmesM
o trouble, headebs, or erool te.
b shoMN oe him. MW
Mrs. laswtteL Hat .
e ar4-0- s ki: aB a

Cleaning, Repairing and

Pressing Clothes a Specialty.



Tinning, Plumbing

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

of any kind,


Good Teams for Pleasure

Mrs. H. Pope,
W. D. Pratorlus.

EMBAt ogw
Out of tOwaI


X- %,

* *J" ^1 I, ^




Teaches you that there are many kinds of Boys Suits.



Others seeing 'how Full

they Can Cut them, and how

Well they Can be Made Up

in order that you may get

a thoroughly honest and re-

liable garment.

To the latter class does the goods we sell belong---Well Made, Full
Cut, honest and reliable. This is MRS. JANE HOPKINS BOY PROOF
CLOTHES. Then too, you will find them moderately priced-

$5.00 to $8.00 the suit.


and Casimeres,

some with plain pants and some with



Cash Merchants.

Captain D. LE Maxwell Dead.
Poignant grief will be felt all over the
sad death of Capt. D. E. Maxwell, one E E S L I
of Jacksonville's most beloved, progres-
sive and distinguished citizens.
The death of Captain Maxwell oc- An improvement
curred suddenly in Gainesville, Ga., last system of a cold b3
evening of heart disease, where he was satisftcton on mon
visiting with his wife and daughter,
Emmie. The body will be brought to
the city tonight, when arrangements
for the funeral will be made.
Captain Maxwell, besides his wife and
daughter and two sons, Frank and D.
E.Maxwell, Jr., leaves several rela-
tives to mourn his loss.
In business circles no man stood higher Will cure anv case
than the deceased, and Jacksonville and
Florida found in him a steadfast, hon. beyond the reach of 1
eat, upright, loyal citizen. His splendid
services as general agent of the Sea-
board Air Line made him prominent in the Seaboard he was made superintend-
the transportation world, and he was ent of the original railroad system of
everywhere regarded as one of the most Florida, with their modern extensions,
prominent men in the country in this now known as the Fifth Division of the
great business. He was familiar with i Seaboard, and subsequently made gene-
all of the affairs of the company, and | ral agent of the system in Florida.
held the confidence and esteem of all Captain Maxwell was in December
the owners of the road, and also the 19. 1877, married to Sarah E. Maxwell,
army of employees which he directed, a third cousin, who, with the children
and over which he had for years had su- above named, survive him.
pervision. In his death Jacksonville and Florida
David Elwell Maxwell was born in sustains a severe loss, as no man stood
Tallahassee, February 25th 1843, and higher in the esteem of his fellowmen
was the son of William McWhir and Re- and no man has a cleaner personal and
becca F. Maxwell. He pursued his stud- business record.-Jacksonville Metrop-
ies in Leon county until 1857, when he elis, 16th.
attended the high school in Cambridge, Good for Biliousness.
Mass., and remained in that city until Good o
1860, when the country began to be dis- "I took two of Chamberlain's Stom-
turbed by the approach of the Civil ach and Liver Tablets last night, and
War. I feel fifty per cent better than I
Loyal to the South, he tendered his have for weeks, says J. J. Firestone
service in 1861 to the Confederacy and of Allegan. Mich. "Tney are certainly
enlisted in a company organized by a fine article for biliousness." Sam-
Captain Theodore W. Brevard, of Talk. pies free. For sale by Tallahassee
hess, and went to Fernandina and re. Drug Co. *
maine there until July of the same "^- e^^^^
year when he was transferred to Jack- H a Na PU f *i.
s com was removed A man once prominent in business
Later his company was removed to and social circle had fallen to the low-
RIdebmnd, Va., andin the Pennsaylva- t depths of degradation when a rela-
al campaign 1868 he was appointed tie placed him in the Keeley Institute.
* ecstav of cavalry, and was ordered and he is now back in his former class
to where he gave distin successful and respeted. For detailed
g ed rvie until he fell seriously and confidential formation address,
weamied, in the battle of Atlanta, July KZLRY INTITur, Jacksoeville, Fla.
11, U8, and was eM I to retire -
b6en active serve beinforoed touse n" __
hbi watches long the restoration
*W sU t a cripple be entered nil-
li fe a a e 186 at sat mMIn
OM wbs 1 a
unt 187 whe he was

ihom^fkw Jakesmilto
a W li'

W. Jones. Unlrs said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed will issue there-
on on the 23rd day of September. A. D. 1801
Wit nens my official Kismature and seal this the
P 21t dayof August.190s,
CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUGS LAW 26-St Chrk Circuit Court. Leon county. Fla.
over many Cough. Lung and Bronchial Remedies, because It rids thk Notice of Application for Tax Deed
r acting as a cathartic on the bowels. No opiates. Guaranteed to give Given in Accordance with Sections
ey refunded. Prepared by PINEULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. U. S. A. 574 and 575 of the General Statutes of
S- the State of Florida.
CI-AM GAMBLE. purchaser of Tax Certif.
cate Numbered One, 1. dated the sixth day of Au-
Corrects g ust. A. D. 1906, has filed said certificate in my
I T- l + "officeM and made application for tax deed t issue
Irregularities in accordance with law, said certificate embraces
the following described property, situate In Leon
Do not risk having county. State of Florida. to-wit: Lot numbered
eight. 8, In the southwest quarter of section thlr-
Of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright'sDisease ty-one. S. Intownhip one. 1. northof ranone.
of Kidne or Ba. 1.east aof St. Augustine Branch lots. J. C. I rer'a
medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes survey of lands of G. A. Chaired, as per plat r.
Scored in Ded Book P. page 708. containing 400-
1000 of an acre.
The said land being aasesaed at the date of the
All friends of the local newspaper, Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers. itsuance of said certifieate in the name of Lottie
when they go to trade, should tell the King. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
owhen they o to trade should tell the oy's Honey and Tar affords im- according to law tax deed will issue thereon on
merchant they read the advertisements mediate relief to asthma sufferers in the Roth day of September. A. D. 1908.
in their home paper, in search for goods Witness my official signature and seal this the
they need to note the character of thp worst stages, and tf taken In time 28th day of Au ust., 1mN.
them, thp inumnt ff tas well wll effect a cure. Sold by all drug- AL. HENRY T. FELKEL.
them, the inducements offered, as well e ts. 27-5t Clerk Circuit Court. Leor. county. Fla.
as the invitation to call.

In the Circuit Court of the Second Judi-
cial Court of Florida, for Leon Coun-
ty-In Chancery.
Mary M. Rawls and her Huthand. W. A. Rawls.
vs. Bartow B. Wilson and Clfford W. Wilmon. his
pear by the affidavit of W. H. Ellis. attorney
for the complainants in the above entitled cause,
that the defendants. Bartow B. Wilson and Clif-
ford W. Wilson, his wife. are residents of a State
other than the State of Florida, to-wit: the State
of Georfia. that their place of residence and post.
office address is Atlanta. Georha. that there is no
person in the State of Florida the service of a
subpoena upon whom would bind the said defend-
ants. and that the said defendants and each of
them are over the age of twenty-one years, there-
fore it is ordered that the said defendants. Bar-
tow B. Wilson and Clifford W. Wileom. his wife.
do appear to the bill of complaint Aled in said
eause on the bd day of November, A. D. 190. and
to plead, answer or demur thereta.
It ia further ordered that thia order be pub-
lished in The Weekly True Democrat a newspa-
per published in the city of Tallimaaee. in the
euonty of Leon. la the State of Florida. once a
week for four consecutive weeks.
Witness my hand and the seal el faid court at
Tallahassee, Florida, this 17th day of September.
Clerk circuit court. Leae county la.
A true copy.
Attest--Haoy T.. atxeL.
1-41 clerk circuit oourt, Les eomaty. Fla.


NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNES. Made a required Section 32. Chapter 5864,
Special Tax Levy for Water Works and Fite Pro- Acts 1907.
section. Showing the amount of taxes charged to the
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT IS Tax Collector" of Leon County. Florida, to be
Sthe intention of the City Council of the City moment of the current the several funds ppo.
of Tallahaaee. Flrlda. to paas an Ordinance on which tx othe ae tothbeen levied: l und for
Thursday. the fifteenth day of October. A. D.19. which taxes have been levied:
providing for the levy of a speciall tax of two and Total tax for the year 1907...... 14a9mg
one-half mills, for Water Works and Fire Proteec- Amount paid to Sept. 1, 1908. 44,9I.
tion, upon the taxable property within the corpo-
rate limits of the city of Tallahassee. Florida. for Balance.......--------.....-----......--------.. 4.901.23
the year A. D. 1906. APPORTIONMENT.
W. M. McINTOSH, Ja..
Prsident City Cuncil. GneWral Revenue ...-.......... 9.0W.00
Attest-A. H. WILLIAMS. City Clerk cil. Amount paid to Sept. 190 8.393.17- 9S.LS
By direction of the City Council. hools........................ 2470.00
Tallahassee. Fla.. Sept. 11. 1906. 29-St Ai t -pid to8*t 1.19-.. 20.311.23- ,1-.l7
NO0TICE TO PROPERTT OWNERS. Finandorteture ....... .. .210.00
Amount paid to Sept. 1. 190&.. 2.26.85- 315.15
TOTICE IS HREIBT GIVEN THAT THE Rndss and Bridg-s............ 0- ."L
SCit Council of the City ofTallah e. Flor. Amountpaid to Ppt. 1 190K. 7.27.22- 7.0S
ida, will r.eet at the Council Chamber. City Hall, pecia School. DIstrict No. 1. 6.1lS.0
City of Tallahasee Florida, on Monday. Septem- Amount paid to Sept. 1.1908.. 4.531.38- 5B7.4
bear 2th, A. D. 1 a906 at 8 o'clock p. m.. for the
purpose of hear emplaints and reeivi tee- 4.90LU
timony as to the value of any property, real or Attest- BwiY T. ft.uL.
personal, as fixed by the (ty Assessor of Taxes. (l erk of Circult Court. Lon County. FlorMda.
and of perfecting, reviewing and equalising the September lt, 1.
Any person fi assoclatlon or corporation do. In the Circuit Court of Florida. 2d Ju-
irin to appear betwa the City Council u diclal Circuit for Leon County, Flor-
matters herein speA wW govern them9 .
accordingly. .. .. ....

W. M. MclNTO4SH. Ja.,
Pms~A 6dIdde .-l

Attest-A. H. WILLIAM Cy Clerk.
SBy direction of the City OmaIL
Tallahamees. s.. Sept IL.6. IMt
Notice of Application for Tax Deed,
Given in Accordance with Sections
574 and 575 of the Georal Stautes of
the State of Florida.
LOaO 81eM. -m amuha f the state of
3,.. _-a th *. P.Er' _teiste m-.

Jonathan J. 7110 Coaplala-t. va. Annie 3.
T Dteeoadent-Dirres.
the addsvt at the eemptaum a. Jomthaa J.
Tee t the eeMenee d the efedat. Ae.
ne L Teete. islat hi FlerIba, but is at Sta.
Ppa Pa.. thattbrlanosperemn a the Stat at
womMl bindlthe aidr e and
defendant is over th age f twet m e yea.
It Is therefore ordered that the dSeaw em.
Annie B. TaetaeL hobe d am e she is Wredte
= to the a tit Wnte bi olt emwebtae
thipa m ber m ef ba a *Ok for-Seathv

Some seeing how Scant

they can Cut Them, and how

Poorly they can be Made Up

in order to Cheapen the




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AN INTIRESTING ITIEIZED AC- Chaires Locals and Perseals. Miss Marie McConnell has returned
to Tallahassee to again take up her
COUNT. Chaires, September 15.-The business work as teacher of the city kindergar-
(From lst page.) meeting of the Epworth League was ten.
held Monday evening at the pareonage.
promptly on the first of February, and All officers were changed, resulting in a Miss Henrietta Ames has had a most
those who do not, realize, or should, complete set of new ones, viz: Mrs. J. delightful vacation with friends in New
that their property will not be protect- E. Mickler, president; Miss Alleen John. York and Maine, and is home again
ed, because the members of the comps- son, first vice-president; Miss Helen looking well and feeling in good shape
ny consider it just that those who de- Johnson, second vice-president; Miss to begin her duties as teacher in the
rive the benefits from the company Loula Smith, third vice-president; Mrs. Leon County Grammar School.
should certainly help sup rt it. T.E.Chaires, fourth vice-president; Miss Miss Jefferson Bell, the bright news-
Of the 12 charter members only 2 are Mamie Snipes, secretary and treasurer, paper woman and occupying a responsi-
left, they are the first two on the roll. also reporter; Miss Sadie Carmine, Era Wle position in the pension department
In the six years of its existence 52 men agent. After adjournment Mrs. MicK- of the comptroller's office,it here on a
have enlisted as members ler, who is always an ideal hostess, de- visit to her brother, Judog Bell and sis
On May 12th of this year, it was de- lighted those present with music on the ter, Miss Daisy Bell.-Ocala Star.
cided to appropriate $10 a year from the piano, and then a game was indulged in Mr. T. M. Williams and his charming
funds of the company for a gold medal Some of our members, whom Cupid has young daughter were among their warm
to be awarded to the member making been good enough to leave us, will be Tallahassee friends again last Saturday,
the highest average during the year, off at school this winter, and we will be and Miss Mamie advanced her sub-
the first medal to be awarded to the, scarce of members, especially the boys. scription to the True Democrat for an-
member having the highest average Prof. Woodberry returned to the Cap- other year, to October 27th, 1909.
from May 12th until September 1st. the ital yesterday to complete his duties as Mrs. N'ettie Durant left Monday for
time the Secretary gets out his annual one of the examing committee, for Spartanburg, S. C., where she will
report I'. T. N1icholson having the tear'hers. spend several weeks the guest of rela-
highest average has been awarded the Mr. Harmon Smith left this morning ves and friends Mrs. Durant owas ac-
first medal. J. C. Bennett tied dur- for Oxford, Ga., to re-enter Emory for companies by her nephew, French Wil-
ing this period and the tie was settled by his second term. son, who will enter Wofford Fitting
their record since Bennett joined Some white boys were tramping our School
the company. Nicholson being one roll streets Sunday afternoon begging some S
call ahead Only the volunteer mem- thing to eat. Some of our people knew he Telegraph will be very glad to
bers are allowed to participate in this them, but what their object was they join in "Made in Fulrida" crusade and
contest, which disqualifies our chief, I knew not, as this is not their profession. pledges itself here and now to see that
Mr. J G. Hamlin. In mentioning his: Mrs. 1) F. Gramling and Mrs. E. L. Jacksonville crackers and Tampa cigars
name it is only fair to him to state that Burdine, of Centerville, spent Sund ty have a large sale in Starke if the Jack-
he has missed only one roll call out of I and Monday as the guests of Mrs. W. sonville and Tampa papers will see to
187 since September 1st. 19014 He was T. Snipes and Mrs. J. E. Mickler it that Stark grape juice is substituted
appointed Chief of the Fire Department Mrs. Boy,J of Valdosta, Ga., is on a for the outsideproduct. Thegrape juice
February 26, 1905. His average for the visit to her son Mr. Berry Boyd, of this put up by the Starke Canning Factory is
past four years is therefore about 99 place. Although Mrs. Bo d has passed as fine a drink as any Floridian need
per cent. Much credit for the prompt her three score years and ten, she is want.-Starke Telegraph.
ness of the company is due to Messrs. still alive and active, keeping abreast of -.--..-.- -
Coe, brothers. the times with a heart ever young. It Local Personals.
Your secretary, in making his sixth is a treat to talk to her and we are al- Master Moseley Collins, of Tallahlas-
annual report as secretary and treasurer ways glad to have her visit asinesrd
of the Tallahassee Volunter Fire Corn- Mr. J. H. Patterson was too unwell see, was in the ty yesterday.
pany, wishes to again thank the mem- to attend the meeting of the school Miss Sallie Lewis, an attractive young
bes of this company for the handsome board last week. This being the first lady of Tallahassee, passed through
loving cup theyopresented to him at the one he has ever missed. here yesterday en route home.
banquet given to the members of the Mr. Gwynn Patterson and sister, Miss Miss Henrietta Ames, one of Tallahas-
City Council soon after the fifth anni- Alice, are spending today in Tallahas- see's most popular young society girls,
versary of the fire company. It will al- see. camsee in yesterday on the Clyde society girls,
ways remind him of a. organization Well, the True Democrat's pianocon- New York, and was the guest of Mrs.
and its members which it has given him test is not as spirited as those in other Frank Groover till this morning when
much pleasure to serve, and to which places. But it is true of this as in ey- she left forhome. Miss Ameswill visit
every young man in Tallahassee should erything else in life. The one who puts here atn later in tome season, news
want to belong to because it is apt to the most into it will get the most out whichher friends will learn with much
offer to him at any time an opportunity of it. ssche.r fieds ill n w h
to help protect the lives and property of Mrs Frank Powell visited her parents pleasure.- limes-Union, 12th
his friends and fellow citizens., from Friday till Sunday, her husband Tallanasseeans at Tampa.
RECEIPTS SINCE SEPTEMBER 1, 1907. coming for her then.
From parties out of city limits There was a good congregation out C. E. Bail, of the Gray-Ball Realty
for ire protection. y $145 60 Sunday morning to hear Rev. J. E. Company, will leave this evening for
From fines paid since last report Mickler's sermon on 2 Tim 2:1, 12th Lake Weir, where he will enjoy a few
($102 50 since organization) 15 25 verse, and which was one of his best. days' rest.
From the Cityof allahassee. 38 30 The one in theevening was on the com- Hon. Perry G. Wall, lion. George P.
From L. M. Lively 1 50 mitment of a trust and was especially Raney, Jr., and his two brothers in law.
From W. A. Bass ... 1 50 suited to the young', savoring somewhat Jame*. Houston, of Tallahassee, and
From Mr. R A. Shine for saving of a commencement sermon. Edward Houston, of Arcadia, form a
some of his property 15 00 Mr. R. C. Snipes writes his mother party of fishermen who are spending a
FromD. M. Lowry 3 00 that he and his wife will leave George- few days on the bay fishing. They will
From ry--- ... town, S. C., next Friday for Toronto, return home tomorrow morning.-Tam-
Total- .-.-.-..- .. .$220 15 Canada, to attend the American pa Times.
Balane lt reort 19019 Association of General Passenger .
Balance last report. 90 19 and Ticket Agents. They will spend NOTICE OF ELECTION.
a while in Washington and
DISBURSEMENTS $410 Niagara Falls and Buffalo, return-
ing by way of Montreal down the Hud-
Disbursements upon warrants drawn son river to New York, spending a To THE SHERIFF or ILEON COUNTY, OF THE
by the Secretary on the Treasurer ap- couple of days there before returning STATE or Fi.omi A:
proved and ordered paid by the Compa- to their home. Mr. Snipes' company, B 1E T KNOWN THAT 1. H. CL AY CeAW-
ny and countersigned by the Chairman the Atlantic Coast Line, will pay allex- Flo,. d ,hereariw otice that the ta of
as required by Section 3. Article 3 of penses of this trip. Foddo herby v notc that
the By-Laws of the Company: ..-........ GENERAL ELECTION
NO. TO AM'T For a Sprained Ankle. will be held in Leon county. State of Florida. on
112... W. R. Wilson. $ 1 50 A sprained anlie may be cured in Tuember, A.nextD. ing the aidTuesday bein ithe
113... Gilmore & Davis Co 3 50 ahout one-third the time usually re- THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBER,
114 Firemans Herald.. 2 00 quired. by applying Chamberlain's
115 Levy Brothers. 4 00 lainliment freely, and giving it abso- For fve Prsidential Elctor
116 W. Wilson -.. 3 00 lute rest. For sale by Tallahassee Drug Distritof Florida, tintheSixty-frst Congress of
117.... Leon Hotel.. ... 55 00 Co the United States.
118.. Levy Brothers 50 "-- ror Governor of the State of Florida.
119 Alford Brothers ....- 1 00 Have Returned Heme. or etay of State of the State of Florida.
120 _- Alford Brothers........------ 70 Amesbury, Mass., Sept. 7th, 1908. ror Comptronllr of the State of Florida.
121 .Capital Pub. Co ........ 2 2 MR. J. G. COLLINS, 7orTru urof the State of Florida.
122 rptal Pub. C. 2 0 Dear Sr:-As I will leave here for Sto Public ntrution of th
128....True Democrat. ........ 1 00 home on Saturday, would like for you rorCommissionerotf AricultureoftheStateof
124 El Provedo Cigar Factory 7 50 to have the True Democrat changed to Jtic Mum ourt of thd
125 ... Collecting taxes ...... 1 00 my address there. My boys and myself st oui of re teb Cu
126....J. G. Collins.. 1250 have had a very pleasant summer in For Railroad Commissioner of the state of Fior.
127 Hardee-Smith Co 80 New England. We will sail from Boa. Ida. o ou o .p
128.... Stamps.. 1 00 ton to Savannah Sept. 12th, on the City Fv or the Stes o Fhlors iP.
129... .Southern Tel. Co....... 63 00 of Memphis Truly yours, vor County Juds a.
10....J. G. Collins... .... 360 MRS. J. R. Coma. '"-r .. .. ....

Total.....- ------........ .. ... .167 36
Balance September 1st, 1908.... 242 99
$410 34
Total receipts since organiza-
tion ...........-----........ 1,948 62
Total expenditures........- 1.705 63
Balance September 1, 1908. .. 242 99
Receipts from parties living outside
of city limits for fire protection:
A. Wahnish ..............$ 12 50
G. W. Child ..........-- .... 1 75
Steam Laundry....--..---.--.... 1 75
Mrs. Pearce..... ........ 4 50
Mrs. C. L. Walker. 4 50
P. T. Mickler ......... 4 60
J. W. Collins.... ...... 4 50
Florida Cotton Oil Company ... 12 bO
L. C. Yeager .. ......... 3 00
George Hicks. 1 00
L. C. Yaeger.. 240
George Lewis 2 40
Westcott estate .. 1 50
Alex McDougall .. 3 00
Miss M. E. Lewis 1 50
J. H. Williams .. .- ... 1 50
Mary Forbes 1 20
Daval Jackson --. 1 20
Wm. Child ..4.... 50
Wm. Child 4 50
Dr. W. E. Lewis .. 50
A. Wahniah ............ 15 00
Mim J. C. Meginniss .. 7 50
H. Gamble -... -.... ... 8 00
Mm. Carter ........ 2 40
A.C.Spller -- ..... o 1 50
J. W. 6-- -o10
G. MeGriff-.............. 150
MIle Fla. leeCo ...... 1250
Seabo rdA. L R'y .. --........ 200
........................-- 145 60
G. LAwiM
See'y ad Tress.. T. V. f. Co.

Lake City, Fla.
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 isia tgre
and constantly growing demand for
telegraph operators, and w a're 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 field by
writing at once for the School's free, de-
scriptive literature. 22-3m
Every person should know that good
health is 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 Hright's disease or diabetes
If Fd.v's Kidney Remedy Is taken In
tin:e. Sold by all druggists.
Mr. Clinton Dawkins left Wednesday
for Atlanta, Ga., to resume his studies
at the Technological Inetitue. H was
accompanied byhs mother, Mrs. Cros-
by Dawkins, and bio Mint, Miss Elisa-
beth rTatum, who will make a visit of
several weeks aog their Atlanta
fnends before returning home.

you must have good health. You can't
have good health it year lver is not
doing it's duty--low but sure poison-
ing Is going as all the time under
such circumetaes. Ballard's HerbiMo
makes a pereet healthy liver-
keeps the istmie s bows right
and set Y e IN a*
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or UClK of the Circuit CLurt.
7or County Assessor of Taxes.
ror Tax Collector.
Tor County Superintendent of Public Instruc-
For County Treasurer.
For County surveyor.
For Aive County Commasioners.
For three Members of the County Board of Pob-
lie Instruction.
For Justice of the Poee in and for the follow.
ingJustice Districts, vis:
No. 1. 2. 3. 4. S.6. 7.8S. 10. 11 12.
For Constable ii and for the oUolwing Justice
Districts, via :
Nos. 1. 2. 4. 6. 7 ,. .10 11. I.
In Testimony Whrwf, Ihave hereunto set my
hand and aIxMd the Grmt Sea of the
L State of Florida, at Tallahasse. the Capi-
tal. this the arst day of September, A. D.
Secretary of State.
To Wx. M. LANGBTON. Sbhriff L on County.
27-0 days
Fresh garden seed at Holmes' Drug
Co. 's store. 23

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 satisfactory
purchasers who would make good
neighbors. This is some of the
very best agricultural lands in
Leon County. For. particular
and prices, addm
w. UrNo

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b Dosea, So Sor of Talam as.
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re an aching back,
&&oA t rheumatism,
D Ufd t feelings.
Sm t reach th spot-get at the
mst cases 'tis the kidneys.
's Kidney Pills are for the kid-
W. P. Richardson, Fifth street,
I la., says : "Mr. Richardson
the grasp of kidney disease for a
of years. There was a constant
sl roes his back and he was
to quite an extent by the ir.
action of the kidney secretions.
"also complained of rheumatism
made his joints stiff and caused a
we throughout his body. He final-
rd of Doan's Kidney Pills and
red a box. The first few doses gave
desired relief and he continued using
Improving steadily. We consider
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For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Poter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
ail agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's- and
take no other.

Notice of Incorporation.

t w underwigned will. on the 14th day of October,
*. D. 1NK. make application to His Excellency,
mtpoleon R. Broward, Governor of Florida, for
Ltt Patent incorporating the Claro Tobaceo
Company under the following proposed Charter:

The undersigned hereby associate themselves
Setter for the purpose of becoming incorpora-
bi under the laws of the State of Florida for the
jasmacrtion of business under and by virtue of
faterm of a Charter. which is as follows :
1he name of this corporation shall be the Clanr
tobacco Company. anu its principal place of bhu,-i-
I*asehall be in the City of Tallahaasee. in the
unty of Leon. in the State of Florida, with suchi I
hanche ufices in the United Staten of Amerita. a.
eay be determined on by the Board of Uitrt't irs.
The nature of the bu'intss to be trannacto'l tIy
thiscompany shalt be to plant, grow. cultiiati*,
aw and manufacture tollact<,. ITo xil i in -
prt and iren'rally dial in leaf nd line cut tolltt-
a, eigars., heroot'. aind cigarettes. Also to |umr-
hbae leaeor otherwise acquir., to control, mnai.
ialn and operate t.itaco wn.rh.ou:'4, factories,
Whol ale argncies und depot for curingn, sto; i,
ufacture andtmi t of tobat'r,. cigars, ther'ots,
It andI nokern' su|I|>:'M. In 0o wirchase,
L C >ea.,M.. h,,rtgaw' or ex 'h:tlna,, and in
otf W uyd..t l in repl anidl I,,sorial pr(ope'rty'.
deal ijnera inr.rchuindl. 'To own, c.nitrl
r,,aw ninl ad tramwar) 'To urc'hat,.
and control 4tx ,K in other cori'irationsi. arl
do and perform such other thirir-< as may IN,
sor inci.ental to the proper conduct of
ti of this corporation..
the amount of capital stock authorized shall he
Jf/ty thousand dollars. divided into live. hutrlrle
saresof the par value of one hundred dollars
4@B. The eapital stock of this corporation may
be pela for wholly or in part in lawful money of
the United States or in property, labor or services'
ata just valuation to be tixed by the incorpura-
This corporation shall exist forever.

Stripe Effects in Blue, Brown and Green have

the FallSeason! -


That he has completed the buying of our dress goods and novelties, all of which are

enroute to Tallahassee, and will this week be opened up for your critical inspection.

We are advised that Blue, Brown and Green in Stripe Effects are slated as winners for

The Fall and Winter season of 1908-1909, and that very shortly we will receive a magnificent lot

of patterns in this new creation in Dress Goods, and all the new colors in Voiles, Panamas, Flan-

nels, Broadcloths and Silks, together with one of the largest assortments of Wash Goods it has

been your pleasure to see.


School Books
and Supplies

I have in stock every
Book and Article 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.

Yours for service.

Letter to A.N. Russell.

Dear Sir: We can't get over talking
about those two houses at Lufkin, Tex,
owned by Judge I 1) Fairchild.
Both houses are ( xactlv alike andt
both painted at same time by J M Tor-
One took 15j gallons Devoe'; the other
25 gallons of another paint sold at the
same price.
That 25 gallon paint is weak and 15
per cent whiting; that's why it took 9.>
gallons more.
Yours truly,
65 F. W. DI:v()~ & Co.
P. S.-Gilmore & Da\is Co. sell our,
paint. I


\\ill ve'rreoi indignstlon nnd dys-
o'*lpsiaht reg gila i' tihw bowels and cure
litr ,dinl kiloyv complaints.
I i' ith, best blood t ri(chor and In-
S;:'or:t'i'r in lthi w 'orhl. It is purely
t\ ,., tilil, I'r'etly Ihari less, and
lui, 1 1 n1 lho : ;I slTt' l'l fr()om d(is ase,
ini \vil i1sf it if y o 1nr>t wise. Har-
d,, i Sm ith ('.. ldrn 'ilsts.
leed the calls for contributions to
the Democratic Campaign Fund. Give
at least your one dollar. We will re-
ceive, forward and announce the con-
tribution ; or you may mail it direct to
Hon. T. A. Jennings, at Pensacola.


Book andStationeryStore. You want of the food you need

The business of this corporation shall be man-
'ged by a President. Vice-President, Secretary,
laeurer and a Board of Diwrectors, to consist of
1les1 than four nor more than seven, the num-
to befixed by the by-lawn of the company;
That the office of Treasurer may be filled
with any of the other officers of the corn-
the same person.
Mseanmual meetings of the stockholders shall
III Io a t the ofces of the corporation in the
krk Tallahassee. Florida. on the first Tuesday
her. at 10 o'clock a. m. The Directors
be elected by the stockholders in accordance
the provision of the by laws. All other
shball be elected In the manner prescribed
Drtors shall meet annually immediately
the adjournment of the stockholders' meet-
im, Othe annual meeting, or such special meet-
Sshall hbe called under the laws of Florida
aegdr the by-laws of this company, the fol.
named persons shall conduct the business
Covington. President.
utD.hinaon. Vice-Prmldent.
.D.olmes. Treasurer.
W. L ('vington. E. L. Hutchinson. Dan 0.
a J. D. Holmes. Di.ectors.
b biffeast amount of indebtedness or liability
blewa- this corporation can at any time subject
W hall be equal to double the amount of its
i capital stock.
m.amsmes and residences of the subscribing
to the stock of the said corporation, to.
with the number of share of its stock sub-
for by each. are as follows:
Covinston Tallahamee. Pa.. 45 shares.
L Butchinlon, Jacksonville, la.. 45 shares.
0. a Carrmbelle. Fla., 46 shares.
D. Holm Jacksonville, Ia.. 46 shares.
"" J. D. HOLM1F2

de Duval. I
nd me. J. L. Head. a Notary Rublic In and
state of Florida at la personally ap-
i ,. L Hutchinson and J. D. Holmes. to me
to be two of the individuals described in
subseribed their names to the foresoing
Charter end acknowledged that they
ttr wnaies to the same for the usesM
nth"n mentiond.
Swheo. I have hereunto set my
A5ad my official seal this 5th day of
...J. L HEAD.
ubie ia and for the tSte of Florida
My eomindesm epbtes April 17.

Pae cas COsta. a Notary Pubic ta
if Foridat larg. srseally
aM and W. IL CovIc a
to er tthe oiv tahe d t

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Dear friend:
Chipped beef is nice to buy, mama
says, because there is no bone in it.
Last night mama was real tired, and
didn't feel like building a big fire. She
sent me to the grocery for a can of chip-
ped beef. and when I got back she had
some bread and butter and sweet milk
on the table, and we had a real nice
supper, and it didn't cost very much.
A whole 1 pound can of chipped beef
costs only 25 cents.
Your friend.
P. S. Chipped beef and everything
good to eat at
Successor to T. H. Randolph & Son.
See Collins for Job Printing.


Sheriffs Sale.
and by virtue of an execution sued out of
the Honorable County Judge's Court in and for
Leon county, bearing date of the 3rd day of Sep-
tember. A. D. t19". for the sum of sevent-en dol-
lars ($17.00) and costs. wherein J. H. Fountain in
plaintiff, and George Lunmas in d defendant. I have
this day levied upon the following described prop-
erty: Two (2) bureaus, two (2) truuks. one (1)
bedstead and springs, two l2J mattresses, four r4]
tables. sIx 161 chairs. one [I] cook stove. Uta.. two
[2] smoothing irons, one (Il lamp, one I[l air rifle,
as the property of George Lumas, and on the 12th
day of September. A. D. 1908. during the legal
hours of sale. I will expose the above described
property for sale to the highest bidder for cash to
satisfy said execution and the cost of naid suit.
28-2t Sheriff Leon county.
Just Exactly Right.
"I have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for several years, and find them
just exactly right." says Mr. A. A.
Felton. of liarrlsville. N. Y. New
Life Pills relieve without the least
discomfort. Best remedy for constipa-
tion. biliousness and malaria. 25 c at
all druggists.






Kodol will digest it.

You need a sufficient amount of
good wholesome food and more than
this you need to fully digest It.
Else you can't gain strength, nor
can you strengthen your stomach if
it is weak.
You must eat in order to live and
maintain strength.
You must not diet, because the
body requires that you eat a suffic-
lent amount of food regularly.
But this food must be digested,
and it must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do it,
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do is to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di-
gest the food.

Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach is weak it needs help;
you must help it by giving it rest,
and Kodol will dlo that.

Our Guarantee
Go to your druggist today, and
purchase a dollar bottle, and if you
can honestly say, that you did not
receive any benefits from it, after
using the entire bottle, the drug-
gist will refund your money to you
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the price
of the bottle purchased by you.
This offer applies to the large
bottle only and to but one in a

We could not afford to make such
an offer, unless we positively knew
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt us.
The dollar bottle contains 2% time
as much as the fifty cent bottle.

Kodcl Is made at the laboratorle
of E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago.


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The Store that gives the MONEYS WORTH with EVERY Purchase.

Carrying Dry Goods,

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Cotton and

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The Old Nan.
Bow low your head, do reverence to
the old man once like you. The vicissi-
tudes of life have silvered his hair, and
changed the round, merry face to the
visage before you Once the heart beat
with aspiration, crushed by disappoint-
ment as yours, perhaps, are destined to
be. Once that form stalked proudly
through gay scees of pleasure, the
beau ideal of grace; now the hand of
Time that withers the flowers of yes-
terday has bent that figure and destroy-
ed that noble carriage. Once. at your
age, he possessed the thousand thoughts
that pass through your brain, now wish-
ing to accomplish deeds equal to a nook
in fame, anon imagining life a dream,
that the sooner he awoke the better.
But he has lived the dream very near
through; the time to awaken is very
near at hand, his eye never kindles at
old deeds of daring andthe hand takes
a firmer grasp of the staff. Bow low
your head, boy, as you would in your
old age be reverenced.-The Fraternal
The Bainbridge Search Light says:
"If you cannot join the 'smile club,'
drop in and pay the editor a, dollar or
two, and you'll be right next to an ac-
tive member."
Miss Mamie Mays. daughter of the
coming member of Congress from the
Third Congressional District, is the
charming guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. M.

eling Bags,

Men's Shirts and

Of Tallahasseeans.
Mi.~ Kathleen Walker. who for a
month has been with Miss May Jones,
I left Thursday for Tallahessee to visit
Miss Genevieve Crawford, and going
from there to Rome, Ga., on a visit be-
fore returning to her home in Virginia.
...... Miss Winona Howard is expecting
as her guest Miss Dallas Jones, of Fer-
nandina. Miss Jones. after her visit
here, will go to Tallahassee to enter
Florida Female College for the ensuing
year -Gadsden Times.
Misses Jessie and Rosa Farrier, have
returned home after a very pleasant
visit to their sister and brother, Mr.
Farrier and Mrs. Strickland, at Jack-
The Remedy That Does.
"Dr. King's New Discovery Is the
remedy that does the healing, others
promise, but fail to perform." says
Mrs. E. R. Pierson, of Auburn Centre,
Pia. It is curing me of throat and
luIng trouble of long standing, that
other treatments relieved only tempo-
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so much good that I feel confident its
continued use for a reasonable length
of time will restore me to perfect
health." This renowned cough and
cold remedy and throat and lung
healer Is sold by all druggists. 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free.

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Bombay Vapor, and What it Does. X-Rays Are Not Needed.
Cleans, lays dust, destroys mosquitoes, roaches and all in-
sects. Prevents fevers and contagious disease. A perfect
disinfectant and deodorizer. Positively harmless. Non- It is extremely exasperating to experiment with
explosive. Manufactured by BOMBAY VAPOR COMPANY, expensive articles and not experience satisfaction.
408 W. Forsyth street, Jacksonville, Florida.
_________ You cannot tell even by examination with x-rays
Bombay Vapor has no equal as a Bombay Vapor kills germs, red ants,
mosquito, fly and roach exterminator. flies, fleas, roaches, lice, and drives out whether they are extraordinary or not. To be
Bombay Vapor, while sure death to mice and rats.
all vermin such as fleas, moths, red Bombay Vapor for horses and cattle exact you must use them or extract an expression
ants, bed bugs and other insects, is has no equaL If a prayed on horses and
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Bombay Vapor is a perfect dust lay- will stand and drive without fretting
er. can be used on carpets and waxed after a Vapor bath. in their extended use. That extra quality exists in
floors, stores, cafes, hotels, public build- Bombay Vapor disinfects, deodorizes,
ings, hospitals, churches, steamships, clans, polishes any and every thing our Buggies we know from customers in xisitence
billiard parlors, dancing halls and all with a hard surface easier than any
kinds of floors. other known fluid. who xtol them to an extreme xtent. No further
Bombay Vapor cleans furniture of all Bombay Vapor, recommended by hun-
kinds, polished marble or tiles, painted dreds who have used it and are ready to explanation need be xacted or expected, therefore
walls, show cases, buggies, automo- testify to its merits.
biles, typewriters, leather chairs, Doctors, druggists, lawyers, store-
(prevents sticking), ru carpets and keepers. hotels, manufacturers, livery- exercise good judgment and buy one of our xtra
metal work of all kinds, doors, win- men, dairymen and many others use and ,
dows, woodwork and mirrors. recommend Bombay Vapor. fine, excellent Buggies, Surries, Road Carts, Runa-
Bombay Vayor prevents fevers and
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all sinks, Closets, pantries and damp, TallahI ae, Fig
dark places in around the home. a.

Read what Mr. H. H. Richardson, the Secretary of the
Jacksonville Board of Trade says: Our Fall Stock is now Coming In.
Jacksonville, Fla., July 24, 1908.
BOMBAY VAPOR CO., 408 W. Forsyth St., City.
Gentlemen: I beg to advise that I have used the Vapor
which you manufacture and find it to be one of the finest
things I have ever used for polishing furniture, floors, etc. A
It also acts as a splendid insecticide and the odor is not J DC A VY
at all offensive. I have alw found it useful for spraying into
chicken houses and on live stock to keep the flies away. I
predict it will have a big sale in this city. Tallahassee, Fla.
Very truly, H. H. RICHARDSON.



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