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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: October 9, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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SSEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER


Good Government; Honesty in P.ablic Office; Equal Justice to All--Special


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1908.


Privileges to None.


ROM BERLIN.


H W. I. Lamar Writes to His
S, emo People.
i 8 l., Berlin, U. d. Linden,
1th, 1908.
o Democrat:
[ Dear Sir: This city of Berlin is a
beautiful one. Mywife and I have
pm here a week. The Hotel Bristol,
which we stop, is one of the finest
Ba Berlin. and is situated on the princi-
Pal street, Unter der Lindeh. I am a
e degaite from the United States to the
ItparlIjamentary Union. It convened
Ire last week and continued three
!y days. Many hundreds of delegate-were
hre from all the national parliaments
ad congress of the world. The ob-
jet of the Union is to preserve peace
Between the nations of the world. To
C title national differences by arbitra-
|on. A great and laudable purpose.
SThere have been receptions and ban-
Squet galore. A fine program of recep-
tios and elegant luncheons were also
S planned for the ladies. There were
twelve delegates from the United
States Congre here. No one can at-
tend as ldegate unless he is a mem-
ber of a national congress or parliament
S of one of the countries of the world. The
sessions of the Union were held in the
Reichstag, the national capitol building
of Germany. It is a very handsome
i structure with a gilded dome.
After leaving this city my wife and I
will go to Dresden and Viena, and then
to the kIalian cities Venice, Florence,
Rome, Naples, Genoa, Milan and the
S northern lakes of Italy, famed for their
beauty. From there to Paris, then to
London, and best of all to Florida.
We left New York on August 11th on
the good ship Rotterdam, the newest
and the largest of the Holland-Amerika
line. A fine stateroom can be had on
this ship from New York to the city of
Rotterdam for $300. If you take a
.. "suite de lux" it will cost $1500. The
trip was eight days. We chose a slow
7 ship as it does not vibrate like the six
day ships. The Rotterdam is a new
S190 ship; cost four million dollars. Ca-
pacity for passengers and crew, four
t.pand persons. Just think of it! As
*. people as Tallahassee contains,
and black. The ship is a floating
Our trip so far has been most charim-
-through quaint and picturesque
o land, then to Antwerp and Brussels
fa l*lgium. Our first city ir~Germany
wnCologne, with its mighty 'and won-
derfully carved cathedral. The trip by
boat up the Rhine river from Coblenz
to Bingen-on-the-Rhine, was through
wonderland. The "castled Rhine" is
truly beautiful and grand.
Today my wife and I visited Sansousi
Park and the palaces of Frederick the
Great. Nothing in Europe can compare
with their beauty, except the palace of
Versailes, and the Grand and Petit
Trianon, and their beautiful woods, near
Paris. The treasures of these palaces
are beyond computation. Paintu.gs en
canvass and on wood, and fresco that
k are priceless. Tapestries that only
kings and queens can possess. Exquisite
tables of gold, and silver, of onyx, and
amber and malachite, any one of them
worth a fortune. Many were gifts to
the kings and emperors of Germany, by
kings and emperors ed other countries.
No words can set forth the gorgeous-
S nes of these palaces. The eye must
look upon them to appreciate the beau-
ty and richness of their treasure. The
S White House at Washington fades into
nothingness as a building, compared to
the palaces of these European kings
and emperors.
When we have finished our trip, we
will have visited every large capital
city in Europe excel t Madrid, and we
S will have seen alarost every great paint-
i ng, and every great piece of sculpture
in the world, designated as master-
pieces.
S. -This is a great please, and one that
- time cannot take away. Some of the
S castles and cathedrals that we have via-
cited were constructed in the 11th, 12th
and 13th centuries. Hundreds of years
in some cases, before America was dis-
Scovered. We have a great country, the
SUnited States, but we must recollect
that these people in Europe were build-
lag and painting and making great his-
tory, before our country was born.
'. I place Florida and the U. S. A. above
,' all the world, but it would excite the
w wonder of our people to see the beauty,
and excellence and grandeur outside of
,^ their own land.
S I will mail you a letter from Rome.
To all friends, my. wife and I, join in
Regards. Sincerel yours,
/' W.B. LAMAR.


Lame Sack.
This ailment its usually caused by
u namatiss of the muscles of the
l d, the back, and Is quickly
4warl by applying CaamobMat's lAmI-
a at two or three mams a day and
Si the parts at eams sapplie
s. F sle by Tallahassee Drug 0aL
4o m a e,


The Tallahassee Musical Club.
The Tallahassee Musical Club held its
first meeting for the opening season
Tueedsy evening. October 6th, at the
K. of P. Hall. The Knights very hos-
pitably offered the use of their beautiful
hall for these meeting, and their kind-
ness was gratefully acepted.
All formal arrangements for the com-
ing year are now perfected, and the
club will begin work in earnest at their
next meeting. Tuesday evening of each
week will be devoted to study and prac-
tice, and an open concert will be held
on the last Wednesday of every month.
These concerts, which will also be held
in the K. of P. Hall, are free to the
members, each of whom is privileged
also to bring a friend, but outsiders will
be charged a small admission price,
atnount to be hereafter decided upon.
The hour for the Tuesday meeungs is
8 p. m., but the concert hour ia post-
poned to 8:30, so as not to conflict with
the Wednesday evening prayer services
held in several of the churches.
In the absence of the president, Mrs.
Fred T. Myers, the meeting Tuesday
night was very gracefully presided over
by Mrs. L A. Perkins, vice-president
of the club. The other officers are: Miss
Sara Cline, musical director; Miss Ger-
trude Chittenden, secretary; Mr. J.
Earle Perkins, treasurer; Mass Virginia
Hardaway, librarian, and Mrs. R. B.
Gorman, press correspondent. All of
these, except the president, were pres-
ent on Tuesday evening.
Reports from the various committees
showed that great interest had been
taken in getting the affairs of the club
in good working order. Committee on
the Year Book submitted a complete
and interesting program, committee on
piano announced that an instrument
would be on hand before the next meet-
ing, and committee on general arrange-
ments reported satisfactory results.
The colors chosen for the club are green
and white; the flower emblem is the
rose, and the motto, the "musical rule
of three, patience, perseverance and
practice."
Stovall and His Iribene.
The Tampa Tribune began life fifteen
years ago on a crust of bread and a cup
of water from the ditch, and now it is
worth $100,000, and is the pride of South
Florida. It is, possibly, the most nota-
ble example of newspaper success in
Florida, the credit of which is due to
the indomitable energy and persistence
of W. F. Stovall, who started the paper
and continues to be its chief. He began
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NOTICe.

The City of Tallahassee his a..;ir. i
I the Water Works and Gas Pln, .Ind
'will take charge of them Oclo',r ,',
1903, putting them under the.sare man--
agment with the Electric pl~ t.
All bills for Water, Gas a-d Electric-
ity will be payable at the oeice, No.: ;,,
Park Avenue, now used bi the Wt-ter
Works and Gas Co., and Sidst hi pr:id
on or before the 10th of each mi. ito or
service will be discontinued without
further notice.
Please note that all bills are payable
at the office, No. 378 Park avenue and
that collectors will not be sent to any-
one, but service will positively be dis-
continued on the 10th of the month on
all accounts unpaid on that date.
BOARD OP MANAGERS,
City Electric, Water and Gas Planta.
The manager requests this newspa-
per to state that the above will be car-
ried out to the letter.
MNnutes *f the Beard ef Pblic Ia-
stractlea for Leo Caestry at the
Regular Nettlng ofSeptember
8, 1908, Tallaassee. Fla.
Tallahassee. Fla., Sept. 8, 1908.
The Board of Public Instruceton for
Leon county, convened today in regular
session in the office of the County Su-
per.ntendent with only Messrs. Dawson
Boatwright and D. R. Cog, chairman,
present. Mr. John H. Patterson being
sick and therefore unable to attend the
meeting.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
Bids for building a new school house
at Bell's were opened and it was found
that H. C. Wyche bid $501); John C.
Cromartie, Jr., $485, and J. E. White-
head $45; Mr. Whitehead being the
lowest bidder the contract wa. accord-
ingly awarded to him.
Bads were then opened for preparing
the school house at Hales and the bids
were as follows: A. L. AUllm, !(03.50;
W.E.Gray, $119.50; A.L.Barine.nu,$115;
J. E. Wifliams, $168; G. C. Alien, $1540;
H. L. Hopkins. $138; D. J. Atkinson,
$93. Mr. D. J. Atkinson being the low-
est bidder, the contract was according-
ly awarded to him.
Messrs. D. F. Grambling, M. B.
Courfney and J. B. Conner, pa rons of
th3 Centreville school appeared -.nd pro-
tested against the said scho'. being
moved from its present loc -.iu;. they
also asked the Board to have .' i.*. t
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u'hrj.':d r mostly udicuragi ,s ,un ,is, ,ou ,ea an ,,u ,paina. .
with the leading influences of Tampa agreed to these repairs on the school DOG NUZZLE ORDINANCE. tneir respective commands daring the
against him, but he triumphed over all house and passed a resolution forbid- past year and committees appointed at
obstacles and opposition, and now has ding the removal of the school from the Beginning on October 10th, 1908, the the last reunion will also present their
the most profitable newspaper in Flori- present location. ordinance requiring all dogs to be muz- rep rts.
da. During the days of his adversity, Mr. Jorah Britt havingioffered to sell zed, which was passed by the City VII. The press of the Stat are ask-
amidst all his discouragements at the the Board a site for the new school Council July 9th, 1908, is herewith sus- ed with their usual generous courtesy
beginning, his one loyal friend and faith- house near Maige's for the sum of $30, ended until further notice. to publish these Orders and to call no-
ful ally was the much-abused Peter 0. the Board decided to accept his offer 33-2t F. C. GILMORE, MAYOR. twice to this reunion in such manner as
Knight, whose fidelity is av steadfastas and to sell the present old school to Mr. Who Is Wrwill aid insecuringa attend-
e'er. Can any one blame Stovall for Walter Maige for the sum of $30 to pay dance. All officers of the Division Staff
his loyalty to such a true and tried for the new site. The Chamberlain Medicine company, are requested to assist in this work and
friend7 Stovall has never been guilty of An arrangement was made with J. E. a proprietary medicine concern in Des to attend the reunion in their uniform.
ingratitude or disloyalty to his friends, Whitehead to have him repair the Gum Moines. Iowa, spends $30 a year for ad- By order of W. L. Wittich, Maj. Gen-
and that is one reason for his success. Pond school house for $o0. vertising in the Telegraph. This corn- eral Commanding.
As to the Tribune, it stands now and The Superintendent was instructed to pany has perhaps never had at any one Official:- Robert J. Mail, Adjutant
will continue to stand long after Stovall call for bids for repairing Centerville time more than $500 worth of their Genera4 and Chief of Staff.
has crossed the great divide, as a mon- and Strickland school houses. gcods located in the territory covered *eo a the W Scety.
ument to his energy ana enterprise, an After issuing warrants in payment of by the Telegraph. Moreover they have Resolutiens of the W. a. M. Soclet.
example of success to encourage all the various accounts audited and ap- only two or three low-priced articles to Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly
young men who may be starting out for proved and checking up the report of offer the public, and have the whole Father, in His providence to take away
themselves under what they consider the Treasurer, the Board adjourned un country as a field of operations. Yet from* us our beloved sister, Mrs H. C.
adverse circumstances and conditions. til the next regular meeting day. they are spending more money for ad Crawford, and
-Punts Gorda Herald. -T- -- -'-- vertising in this particular paper than Whereas, the bond which bound us to
Tobacco Growing la Leon Ceunty. is being spent by several Starke mer- her in our earthly friepdahip and mutual
What's the Surprise? The farm of the Boston Florida To- chants who have ten times as much labors for the Master has been broken;
If the rumor is true, the governor is bacco Company contains one thousand stock investment and hundredsof times and
about to spring another drainage sur- acres of land purchased from Mr. Thos. as many articles to offer the public and Whereas in herdeath we feel that we
prise upon the people of the State. H. Hall, and is located 12 miles north who must depend for sales solely on individually, and the work of the Wo-
In al probability the surprise, when of Tallahassee. The company planted the territory covered by the Telegraph. mon's Home Mission Society, which
it comes, wi I be an announcement that this year about twenty acres of shaded The merchants do not appear to have was chiefly inspired by her noble exam-
he, through the Internal Improvement tobacco. During the cultivation and a "grouch" at the editor os the paper. pie and ever willing help, have su-ffered
Trustees, has effected thle sale of a gathering the crop the pay roll of the It is evident, therefore, that they do an irreparable loss; therefore be it
large amount of the Everrdade lands. company was one houdred Since the not believe advertising pays, orat least, Resolved, 1st-That we shill ever
It has been shown that the large tract crop was put in barns the pAy roll is that it is a business detail not worthy cherish the memory of her genial friend.
of land near Dania, di pos.-d of by the from 60 to 70 A brick packing house Iof the time rtquired'to look after it. ship and loving kindness, trusting that
State, was sold for twodollars per acre. two stories high, 70 by 0O feet, is now Either the medicine people or the in the faster's good time they will be
It is also believed that other !ands have about complete. Six or more neat cot- merchants are wrong. One must be restored to us in the Paradise of God.
been disposed of at about the same tags are eing rapidly built. These right and the other wrong on the prop- 2nd-That we shall ever remember
figure. will be occupied by th white help em- position. The medicin,- company spends and strive to emulate her zeal and dili-
When Broward was making his cam- played. A dwelling house of 12 rooms, a fortune every year in advertising, esm- g.nce., her christian charity and cheer-
paign four years ago, he positively sta- with ample halls, will (soon be comple- ployes experts to prepare and plan their fulness, doir.g the work that is set be-
ted that he would save every acre of ted, together with tore room and advertised and keeps .n the pay roll a fore us, and to flow the. example of
the Everglade lands for the people, add I kitchen. Sixteen rni,;s and 8 oxen are staff of clerks to che k up the papers her steadfa tnws in the faith of our
often reiterated his claim that the lanrds kept bu.y hauuin,? material for the va- and see that the adver:iscemn'o s are dear Lrtl and Savior. 1
would be worth from fffty to one hun-I rious buildings in p -oef'ss of construc- properly inserted. We rAther think thit 3.1 --That we extend to her b,,reaved
dred dollars per acre. tion. The watur sup,ly is from a fine I the weight of testimony is oa tihi- sil ., husband and sorrow-stricken children
His promise, if it mea t anything, spring near by, and is raised one hun- )ut pass the question up to the m.r- tue assurance of our hea-rt-felt sympa-
was that he would save to wte state tne dred and forty feet into a tank by a 6 I chant who has not spent an hour thiIt thy in their great hereavment, most
value of the lands which he estimated H. P. Gasoline Engin. through 800 feet year in thinking about his store pul!ic- humbly commending them to the love
as worth from fifty .to one hundred dol. of pipe. The saw mill is now busy cut- Ity. -Stark Telegraph. nnd care if oar L ,.d J,.su4 Christ, the
lars per acre. ting material to increase the number of EnIforcetheGameaws-id-ly. I Father of mercies an.i the G(J of all
Disposing of them at two dollars per acres of shade for next year, although e comfort who comforteLh us tn all our
acre, hardly comes up to the pledges it ix more the purpose of the company Editor True Democrat:-The fish and tribulations.
made to the people, to buy than to grow tobacco. gime laws are reported as now being Resolved further. That acopy of these
Perhaps the surprise which the gov- violated. resolutions be spread upon our record
ernor will spring on the public is that he ie's a Very Naahty Beoy. The question is b-ing asked, where book, a copy sent to the city paoer and
has sold some of the Everglade lands at Several of our brothers of the state are the game wardens? a copy be sent to the befeaved family.
thd fisrure he aerted tvy were worth Several of our brother of thestate A wni(e man his been seen shooting MRs. P T. MICKLER,
when he was rtd thinducy wertheeopt press are more or 1Wes annoyed because '~lsh on Lakes Hall and Overstreet and MRS. R. J. EVANS
to easttheirvotes forhim exGovernor W. S. Jencins tan also on lake Jackson on Monday of this MS8. W. M. CHILD.
If be should ll one acre at the figure cah prominent and some chart n th nat he is week. The party was in a two horse
the p will cros of on of n and some charge that e vehicle, the horses were bays, driven Whito VIy NImsamce.
namekl in modesty or he would have by a negro. The shooting of fish is in A bulletin issued by the Florida Ag-
y t1lANled.--MiSU Rehord. a int from e reuof lime violation of law. If the game wardens ricultural Experiment station says., "cut
.. ary and tired out of t li- will make a careful investigation no down the chinaberry, umbrella tree and
e. Mr. P t wa able to be aad h But t is not the d sort that doubt he will be able to apprehend the other food plants of the white fly and
filed h r appointewD here ol to the front rank in pol tis now- party. It is also reported parties re o stop the intestataon spread by theme."
dp niS B.e Pruitt has bes aih adays.-Ptw eola Journal shooting quail ad wild turkeys in vio- Were this advice followed there would
ri fa hi aaa frid P. T. NH, o icoo haos t sh-t u-to- nation. elaw does not permit shoot- be few troes left Into td county. The
ie to a up out a ai date lHe of Jewery n to and he lag quail or wild turkeys until Nove.- white ly here to Jasper p eys on
1MWbgives mnponcwith every eadh Gaahbe.' st. trees .ycarores, Jasmuss, roeer s
ave emloonnti. with every dtlar e Gan e Wardens, get actve. CITIZB. nearly everything ese.-Jper News.
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A Story With a Nora%. 18TH ANNUAL
A short. tim(* ago the writer of the
i Lakeland Sin pltseCd through a town in S TATE CONVENTION
another state. stopping ) ovvr for only
I two or three hiiw-s in order to make -
orinneetion with an out iomgn. truiin. It Confederate Veterans at Tampa,
was midnight whun the train which bore to
us to the ty v arrived, two or three October21-22d, 1908.
hours late, aridu everybody was tired, Headquarters Florida Division United
crosS and dispirited. Schedules were ('onfed.r.it- Veterans, Jacksonville,
disarranged on account of high water, Fl Setember 1th, 1908.
and people were anxious and uncertain! FlI September 18th, 1908.
about reaching their destination. So General Orders. No. 4.
like all people do in such cases, they b,- 1 The Major-General Commanding
gan to ply the station agent with ques- takes pleasure in announcing that the
Lions. Eighteenth Annual Convention of the
They lined up before hi.i window. Florida Division, United Confederate
some timid, some arrogant, some merely Veterans, will be held at Timpa. Flori-
idly inquisitive, some malevolent. All da, Wednesday and Thursday, October
expected short, snappy answers usual 21 and 22, 1908. All Confederate Vete-
undersuch circumstances. One by one rans, whether of the army or navy,
they came away to make room for an Sons of Confederate Veterans (who
impatient successor, and every face as have the privilege of the floor) and
it was turned from the window wore an Daughters of the Confederacy are earn-
expression more cheerful, more kindly, estly and heartily invited to attend.
less tired and anxious. Our hosts at Tampa are making every
For this railroad man was one among effort to cause this reunion to be a most
a thousand of his kind. enjoyable and successful one, and the
Quietly, distinctly, pleasantly and ex- well-known hospitality of this beautiful
plicitly, he gave the information asked city with its kind and generous citizen-
for or politely expressed regret at his ship, and its patriotic Southern senti-
inability to do so. His unvarying good ment assures us of a glorious reception
humor and even tempered manner was and a happy time with our beloved com-
restful to the wearied travelers and rades.
soothed the tense nerves like music. II. Each Camp is entitled to one del-
Then there was the lurch counter egate for ever twenty members and
man. A man with a cross and sleepy one additional for a fraction of ten
baby, found there was nothing to drink members, provided that every Camp in
from at the water cooler, so he asked good standing is entitled to two dele-
the loan of a glass. It was forthcoming, gates. As soon as delegates are select-
with a kindly and sympathetic word. ed the Adjutants of Camps will at once
But then there was no water, and the report their names and those of alter-
man brought back the glass. The lunch nates to these headquarters.
counter keeper apologized as if he were Ill. All Camps in arrears are most
responsible for the sins of the railroad earnestly requested to remit their dues,
company, and leaving his customers, c5 per capkia, to the Adjutant General
waited on these unremunerative patrons at once, so as to be entitled to partici-
as pleasantly as if he had no other con- pate in the Convention.
cern in life. IV. Transportation companies have
These were little things. But as the made the usual reduced rate of Ic per
tired travelers boarded the south-bound mile for the round trip plus twenty-five
express, which thundered in about cents.
dawn, one of th_,m was heard to say : V. The Major General Commanding
"I don't know anything abouL this takes great pleasure in announcing the
tcwn, but I believe I'd like to live following appointments: Division Spon-
here." sor, Miss Janie C. Johnson, of Tampa;
"Why?" he was a.-ked. Maid of Honor, Miss Bettie Moore
"Well, the people seem so nice No- Yincey, of Tampa. These two young
twice that ticket agent and lunch counter ladies are daughters and granddaugh-
man ?" ters of loyal and brave Confederate sol-
Which goes to show that often a diers and will be honored officially and
whole community is judged by the man- soci:il;y as representatives :of this Di-
ners of one or two persons--and that vision with that chivalrous loyalty pe-
we nev'.-, know how far-reaching may culiar to Southern manhood.
be the effects of the simplest kindly VI. Brigade Commanders are expect-
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rv*" 3T s trf 1bmU&T MORNING.

R*CAL AN1 PrEtSONAL ITIMS.

Dr. Thomas N. Evans. Dentist, office
ap stairs, next to telegraph office.
'Phone No. 257. 28-Ut
The good rain yesterday laid the cho-
king dust to rest for the time being.
See the great demonstration of the
Majestic Rance, October 12 to 17. at
Ya Bethel Hardware Co. 3
Mrs. V. F. Balkeom and little Victor
have returned home.
Mrs. W. H. Ellis and children have
returned home after a visit to relatives
in Monticello.
A "Cakewalk," one of the features
of the Range Exhibition Tuesday. Octo-
ber 13th, at Yaeger-Bethel Hardware
Co. 13
Mrs. Edwin Barnes and children are
home again from their summer outing
in North Carolina. i
Rev. Samuel Moran, of St. Johns, is
back again from a pleasant visit of a
few days spent in Jacksonville.
Mr. George Greenhow, who has been
spending several weeks in Atlanta, Ga.,
has returned home.
Miss Emma Seacole left Monday for
Tallahassee to attend the Florida Fe-
male College.--Lake Eustis Region.
Work is being pushed rapidly on sev-
eral nice new residences on Clinton
street. Child Brothers will soon com-
plete the handsome Baptist parsonage.
Hon. Nat R. Walker visited his host
of Tallahassee friends again yesterday
and made the True Democrat a pleasant
visit.
Lady Thompson and Clondyke plants,
fifty cents per hundred.
33 JoHN BLAIR McLIN.
Mr. R. L. Rhodes, of Woodville,, was
among the Leon countians who were in
the eity Saturday. He made the True
Democrat a plant visit and enrolled his
name on our subscription list.
Burns & Co. are now taking orders
for Fall and Winter Suits, Suits to be
made from material of your own selec-
tion, style and fit guaranteed. 383-1t
Miss Willie Hinely is again the guest
for the winter with her sister, Mrs.
Royal C. Dunn. Miss Hinely is a stu-
dent at the Woman's College.
Mrs. A. M. Williamson, of Jackson-
ville, who has been visiting her parents,
Col. and Mrs. R. W. Williams on North
Calhoun street, returned home last
Monday.
Don't let the baby suner rrom ecze-
ma, sores or any itching of the skin.
Doan's Ointment gives instant relief,
cures quickly. Perfectly safe for chil-
dren. All druggists sell it.
Barns & Co. are selling Suits and
Furnishing Goods every day. People
must continue to wear clothing, and are
going to buy it where they can get the
best values for the least money. 33-1t
Mr. George E. Lewis returned home
the first of the week from a least visit
to Denver, Colorado, where he attended
the Annuad Seion of the Bankers Asso-
ciation Convention.
Get a cup of coffee and hot.biscuit,
"made whileAyou wait," free, at Yae-
ger-Bethel Hardware Co. 33
"Manhattan" Shirts, Hanan and
n Quality Shoes, are always ear-
red in stock by Burns & Co., sole
agents for Tallahaasee 33-It
Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs
quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex-
pels colds. Get the genuine in a yellow
package. Bold by all druggists.
The True Democrat thanks Mrs. B.F.
Isler, for the beautiful box of roses and
other flowers cent to office yesterday.
We enjoyed them.
hiss Mamie Maya, of Monticello, has
S been appointed sponsor of the Confed.-
rate Vetersas at the State reunion at
Tampa, by Brigadier General Samuel
Pasco.
A set of Enameled Cooking Ware
free with each Majestic Range sold
Exhibition week, at Yaeger-
SHardware Co. 18
Miss Elsie Smith is again among her
S* TabhsM-e friends and has resumed her
| work with Miss Gerard.
The two largest coupons yet votedfor
s. aesh sales of goods came from Mr. J.D.
S Cay's store. One of 10,000 votes on
N asProctor and 1,000 tor Miss Alli-
good! Ask for coupons.


Mr. Everett Lewis returned a few
days ago to Baltimore where he will
enter his second term at the University
School for boys. -
Mr. E. G. Chesley is the recipient of
very cheering news. from his wife who
is at St. Agnes Hospital Baltimore.
Mrs. Chesley is rapidly recovering and
has the assurance of her physicians that
she will be sent home in a few weeks
completely restored to health.
Miss Jennie Gamble, who for several
years past has been living in Baltimore,
returned last week to her old home in
Tallahassee and has opened a private
school for children in the primary and
grammar grades. Miss Gamble is liv-
big with her brother, Mr. Howard Gam-
ble, and for the present will teach her
pupils at his residence.
Mr. J. A. M Lanrin, at Spring Hill,
Is proving bend a doubt that all kinds
of vegetable can be produced under his
lobsceo shade. He is now enjoying
. several varieties of turnips, beans and
* ettee, and will soon have an abund-
&we of other varieties. He s now
lalnA off more land and preparing to
ngely increase his tobeaco acreage.
A morne extended write up of it all will
I ar later.


Editor True Demomrat:
Dear 8tr-I herewith semd you a eep
of a letter to Mr. D'AJlbert, for which
please rea and if not askig too
much, I wou be greatly pleasdI you
will publish In your esteemed paper. I
consider the call of D'Almbert, with.
out first instructing the Secretary, as
an insult to this committee, and it will
do Kehoe no good. I shall have it pub-
lished in our county paper also.
Yours with great respect,
S. M. BOLTON.
Crawfordville, lia., Sept. 29, 1908.
Hon. A. H. D'Alemberte, Chairman
Democratic Congreslonal Executive
Committee 3d Cngressional District
of Florida :
Dear Sir-Just as soon as Colonel
Nat R Walker, the honorable Secretary,
returned home from Milton, Florida, at
which place he was summoned, duces te-
cum. to appear on the 24th before
Judge Emmett Wolfe, to testify in re
contempt proceedings brought against
myself and other members of the Con-
gressional Committee, brought on by
and through your instrumentality, by
reason of the fact that you and the re-
turns of the last primary election were
conspicuously absent at the last meet-
ing held in the city of Tallahassee, in
obedience to a direct order of mandamus
issued out of the Circuit CourtCourt of Leon
county, by Judge John W. Malone, to
meet and recanvass said returns, I called
to see Colonel Walker in order to give
him my proxy, inasmuch as my business
was such that I could not find tame to
attend the meeting of the committee,
in which you had called to meet at De-
Funiak Springs, and to my very great
surprise I found that Colonel Walker,
our honorable Secretary, was never ap-
prised of the meeting which you had
notified me to appear. And notwith-
standing, too, Colonel Walker avers
that he saw you and talked with you at
Milton-even was present with you dur-
ing the whole day that ijunctive pro-
ceedings were being considered before
Judge Wolfe.
Your doings in the premises are enig-
matical. How could the meeting pro-
ceed without it4 secretary, without
electing another, or deposhig Colonel
Walker. If the latter was resorted to,
do you think it would be fair and just
to take such action without first giving
Col. Walker notice? Besides, this will
inform you, that the last meeting of the
committee passed a unanimous resolu-
tion commending CoL Walker as an hon-
est, upright gentleman and that they
repose great confidence in him. Again,
Mr. D'Alemberte, permit me to ask,
were you not secretary for many years
of the Congressional Committee of this,
then the old First Congressional Com-
mittee, when Hon. J. F. Griggs was
chairman? Did Judge Griggs, at any
period of time call the committee to-
gether, or as a fact, didn't you as such
secretary, call the meeting, concluding
your notice of the call right, "by order
of the chairman," and then sign your
name as secretary? Certainly so, and
every other secretary preceding you. It
was clearly your duty, to advise Col.
Walker that you desired a meeting call-
ed as indicated in your letter. It is true,
you were elected treasurer of the com-
mittee, after you had been honored as
chairman of the committee by election,
but in my opinion, the committee didn't
contemplate that you should act as
chairman, treasurer and secretary. I
do not undertake to say how the other
members of the committee may coern
strue this act of yours, but as for my-
self I take it as an affront upon Colonel
Walker, and a direct reflection on thq
committee, who so highly commended
CoL Walker at its last meeting. Very
truly yours, S. M. BOLTON.
MIrs. W. D. easus Passes Away.
Mrs. Arrsbel Cotton Barne died yes-
terday afternoon at the residence of
her daughter, Mrs. Laura Hopkins and
her remains were carried over to Mar-
ana today, for burial.
Always frail, Mrs. Barnes had been
a great sufferer for many months, and
her peaceful passing away as the day
came to a lose, was a blessed release
from further pain. Her youngest son,
Mr. Edwin Barnes, and her twodaugh-
ters, Mrs. Laura Hopkins and Mrs.
Charles Hopkins went over to Marlaona
at noon today to be present at their
mother's funeral service which will
take lace from the Episcopal church.
Mrs. Barnes will be ad beside er hus-
band, the late Hon. Wm. D. Barnes,
once the honored Comptroller of the


State of Florida.
A bright and cheerful disposition and
a broad charity for all her fellow-beings
had endeared this good woman to a
large circle of friends and relatives, by
whom her loss will be greatly felt, and
the memory of her getle and un-
selfish devotion to a large family of
sons and daughters will be treasured by
them as a most precious possession.
Hot biscuits and coffee free during
Exhibition week, at Yaeger-Bethel
Hardware Co. 33
Remember, NICHOLSON gives coupons
with every cash sale. Buy your jewel-
ry from him and help get the piano for
the most popular young lady in your
community.
Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. James
Smith, of Crawfordville, are visiting
Tallahassee friends and relatives this
week.
The friends of Judge and Mrs. R. S.
Cockrell are glad to learns that their
little daughter, EMbeth, has so far
recovered from hr e-t attack of
scarlet fever as to be abe to travel
home. The family expected to ar-
rive in a few days treal N.
C., where tney Ihv be s*peding the
summer.


to xtee pp now atte
ashooL As it is four miles from Mr.
Haneok's to the school house, his chil-
dren ride to school.
Mrs. W. F. Robertmsnandson, Willie,
with Mrs. R. F. VanBruat and Miss
Fields went to Cairo, Ga., last Wednes-
dIrs. G. T. Brown went down to Brad-
fordville last Friday o a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. C. Dickey, and will
stay several days with the family.
Mrs. Mary HayesO and so, James
Tals.hae. visited Mrs. C E. key
on same day.
Mrs. Marshal laler, of Centerville, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Courtney,
of Grady county, Ga.
On last Sunday at Bethpage church,
a collection for the orphan home, loca-
ted at McRae, Ga., was taken up by
our worthy Sunday school superintend-
ent, E. J. Dickey, and the neat sum of
$15.41 was realized.
T. P. Strickland went to Tallahassee
today.
Miss Maggie Brown begins today to
take music lessons on the piano from
Miss Fields. who is governess ot Mr.
Van Brunt's children.
E. B. Manning, Sr., our justiceof the
peace, has added a large mill house to
his steam works, and is this season,
ginning cotton for the public. We wish
him abundant success.
Picking cotton and mowing hay is en-
gaging the farmers' attention at this
time.
At this time we pronounce the gen-
eral health of the public as very good.
We like to read locals from the coun-
try and therefore we write this para-
graph as a request that a dozen or more
correspondents add their dots to those
already being published from. time to
time in the True Democrat. Woodville,
Ocklocknee, Bloxham, Centreville, and
others, send in your communications to
the paper as often as you can, if you
please. .
Revival Services in Tallahassee.
Rev. J. B. Culpper and son, Burke,
will begin a series of meetings in Trin-
ity Methodist Church Sunday morning.
The ministers and workers of other de-
nominations in Tallahassee are cordially
invited to co operate with us in these
meetings.
The public generally is urgently re-
quested to take advantage of this op-
portunity to hear these noted divines.
Be sure and attend the first service,
Sunday, October 11, at 11:00 a. m.
IRA S. PATTERSON. Pastor.
Letter to Sheriff Laagtoa.
TALLAHASSZE, FLA.
Dear Sir-One of the ways to get
rich is to make a quarter look like thirty
cents. -
There's a better: make it thirty
cents. It has this advantage: one
keeps out ot jail.
There are 200 paint manufacturers
making quarters look like 30, 40, 60, 60
cents and all the odd cents between.
That is, their "paints" profess to be
paints; and they are, in about the pro-
portions named; they get 30 to 60 cents
for a quarter's worth; some get 75.
There's a better way to paint: De-
voe. There are eight honest paints,
By "honest," we mean not-adulterated
and full-measure. These honest ones
differ; no two are alike. In one, the
quarter is worth 27 or 28 cents ; in an-
other, 30 cents; there must be a best
one in eight; it is the one that takes
least gallons to cover a job-levoe.
To cover; that seems a light way to
speak of a paint. No, it isn t. That is
what paint is for : to cover. It means
tos further i bet, wears longest
far is all; and Devoe is the go-far
t Yours truly,
68 F. W. Dsvos & Co.
P. S.-Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our
A JEWELER'S EXPERIENCE.
C. R. Kluger. The Jeweler, 1060 Vir-
ginia Ave.. Indianapolis, Ind., writes:
"I was so weak from kidnqy trouble
that I could hardly walk a hundred feet
Pour bottles of loley's Kidney Remedy
cleared my complexion, cured my
backache and the irregularities disap-
peared and I can now attend to busi-
ness every day. and recommend To
ley's Kidney Remedy to all sufferers,


as it cured me after the doctors and
other remedies had failed. Sold by all
druggists.
Neettaief the Ceasty Cemmissteers
The County Commissioners met Taus-
day morning and attended to a little
routine business, but left most of their
affairs of importance over until next
Tuesday, when they expect to
convene. The item attended to which
was of the most moment was the ac-
ceptance of plans submitted by Contrac-
tor 0. C. Parker for additions to be
made to the Leon county courthouse.
The specifications were filed with the
clerk to be held until 10 o'clock Friday,
October 9, and bids will be advertised
for this week.
Following applications for State pen-
sions were endorsed:
Wm. Bryan, J. B. Glover, Sarah J.
Fountain, and L B. Morrel.
She, Likes ood Things.
Mrs. Chas. E. Smith, of West Frank-
lin. Maine. says: "I like good things
and have adopted Dr. King's New ltfe
Pills a our family laxative medicine,
because they are good and do their
work without maktng a tose about it.
These painless puriiers sold at all
drug stores. 2se.


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CURM TOUR wn nTs.
--4
Do Net Eadador Wfe When a TaOla-
bsse Citlen SbwsM T the Co"re.
Why will people continue to suffer the
agonies of kidney complaint, backache,
urinary disorders, lamene-s, headaches.
languor, why allow themselves to be.
come chronic invalids, when a certain
cure is offered them?
Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy to
use, because it gives to the kidneys the
help they need to perform their work.
If you have any, even one, of the
symptoms of kidney diseases, cure your-
self now, before diabetes, dropsy or
Bright's disease sets in.
George W. Herring, 113 Madison St.,
Thomasville, Ga., says: "For several
years I suffered more or less from kid-
ney and bladder trouble. Sometimes I
had pains about my hips and in my
limbs. I felt tired and languid most of
the time. My kidneys were sluggish
and occasionally when voiding the se-
cretions there was an intense smarting
sensation. Doan's Kidney Pills gave
me relief at once. I have never taken
them long enough at one time to com-
pletely cure me but I can say that
whenever.I have used them, relief has
followed. My advice to others bothered
in the same way is to give Doan's Kid-
ney Pills a trial."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States
Remember the name -Doan's-and
take no other.
Try our Rubber Stamps.
Read your home paper and then mail
it to some friend and request a sub-
scription for us.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Page, of Wood-
ville, paid the True Democrat a pleas-
ant visit on Wednesday, and arranged
to have the paper sent to a relative in
Texas.


VOTE IN Ni Fl COTRM =
FOR WEE KIDC OC. I.

Modowtag Is the vtt for wvu uj
Counted by Commttee.
Miss Florence Proctor...... 18,2 I
May ftoutswire, Blow-
ham -.--..-.----.17,
Ruth Alligood, Crawford-
yule .....---..-....------- 11,115
Mary Windham........--
Eva Grissett, city .... -
Jessie May Farley..... 5u8
Alice Patterson. Chaire 5M06
Myrtle Gramling, Cen-
treville.------------ M
"Sada Roffe.---------- 26
SLula Dee Keith------. 2106
Katie West Monticello 1960
Susie McGriff,.--------- 1096
Jaunita Forbes, city.-- 1075
Lottie Pichard .---.---..... 800
Pauline Costa----...----....-- 545
Lucile Saxon---------...480
Ruby Duval- .-..--.....----- 425
Ella Lewis, Woodville, 380
Ellie Darsey,Concord.. 350
Gertrude Chittenden.... 306
Annie Lester, Monticello 346
Mrs. George Smith, Crawford-
ville .............-------. 240
Miss Lisza Budd, Monticello, 225
Miss Clyde Raney---------........ 210
Blonsa Cates.......-------.... 206
Mrs. J no. Robinson,Woodville 200
Miss Cassie Sweeting....... 200
ad Lelia McFarland,Quincy 175
Mrs. J.B. Brown--..----.---. -- 150
Miss Fannie Wilson --------- 100
Cora Taylor, Monticello 100

Coupons must be voted each week,
on or before date they bear. Notice
date and do not hold them after date or
thev will become void.
Write to your friends to subscribe for
The True Democrat and secure the
votes.


Yaeger-Bethd Hardware Co.


Cooking &A lhition

of the


great


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dating week of October 12t4 to 17th


t.A te re tiny


) oa't fail to attend thi special demonst nation. YON
will leaos something. Coffee made in Ztaiepseal coffeee


q'pe""late,.


outseadta keohed im wffa/aloo Rans..


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0on't fall to come,


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eam .amd M all
wfts Mr. W. Stone of
mr: ^i&i4,Maie*. It I Uthe proper
,las, tof tor piles. Try it! Sold un-
* der gIastee at all drug storeL. 26c.
S ThNbe ha3 ndver been a greater de-
veloper of th agrieulturalinterests of
sy ueaneot than the old-fashioned coun-
try fambukeh a used to beheld without
the fakr and frauds of the more mod-
era imtlttion that goes by the same
aam. The Gulf Coast Fair which will
.e held at DeFuniak Springs, Ia., Oc-
tober 2-841t, harks back to the old
plan sad agriculture is properly placed
@eoee of the liberal premiums offered
Seme this way, and believe that we will
it our farmers make the exhibits they
en and should. Send and get a premi-
um list any way, they are free and a
postal card to the secretary. R. W.
torrs, will bring one by return mail.
Misr Alma Hare and Mr. Lucius M.
Drawdy were quietly married at the
home of the bride's parents Sunday
morning at 10:30. Rev. I. S. P.tterson
officiating. The ceremony was witnessed
by the family and a few friend Mr.
and Mrs. Drawdy left on the afternoon
train to visit his relatives in North
Carolina.
INDIGESTION.
\Vlth its companions, ,liart burn,
Patulence, torpidity of the liver. con-
stipation, palpitation of the heart,
poor blood, headache and other nerv-
ous symptoms :;allow skin. foul tonutie,
offensive breath and a 'ltglot of other
a!ilniiiit4. Is :it on (v' tih l)Ost. wihlo-
plre:al and odastrti'e lv'i ie t'!iady inning
the American people. Th> lperhlinu
treatment wil cure all thtso troubll)les.
5,0 bottle. Hiardpe Smilth ('o drug-

FlooringI Flooring!I
We can give you some low figures on
flooring as we have a large quantity we
wish to move. Get our figures before
Purchasing. Child Bros. 45


FOR sAILOR AOY8.
8 to 8 Years Old
A dainty, inexpensive suit
for wear all year round, that
has won instant popularity
with parents and youngsters
Hstdo sabtig stye W- sea
bsimeSaoebM H aiMi
tf, h- ._,t?,.- o"i


If you love your youngster
make him happy, handsome
and manly with one of
these attractive garments
Oly $2.50 Prapsi
THE BUNNY CO.
89 Lbhes@ St., 36Bedm, Us.
"S # we Wl" IM I"a"" m@"on


Lumber! Lumberl

I can furnish all

kinds of rough Lum-
ber on short notice.

Special prices on
Carload lots.

W. A. Register,


Woodville,


Fla.


LxeOllent Health Advice.
Mrs. M. M. Davison, of No: 379 gif
ferd Ave., Baa Joee.- C. says: 'Toe
worth of oec Bitters as a g nral
toy remedy. (or headache, bilious-
neamaad torper W the liver and bow-
elt Is No pwMoRmId that I am prompt.
*s to agy word I it. favor, for the
be of ttom seekldag relief from


a f ellae
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,T DMWINMIOS OF A PERFECT ROOPtS ONE
- COVERED WITH OUR -


C PVESS SHINGLES
1-2 IN. THICK AT 6L MANUFACTURED STRICTLY TO ORADS 8 IN. .O )N(


Our Cypress


Tanks


Bear the standard for


,Excellence in Material and


Workmanship.


These are made In all s#ies as described in our catalogue
and sold direct to consumer.
OUR MILL FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED,
Furnishing Lumber in all Grades at Low
Prices.
YOUR INQUIRIES ARE SOLICITED.

TH E CYPRESS LUMBER CO.,

Apalachicola, Fla.


HE HOWARD is
America's watch
C assic.
It was the first watch
made in America-brought out in
1842. It proved itself the finest
practical pocket watch.
It is today the only truly fine
American watch.
The new HOWARD extra-thin is
the first thin-model American
watch guaranteed to keep time-
the HOWARD kind of time.
10 The HowARm is the only watch sold at at
lseI.ltly id prte-from ~35.oo to Si ;o.oo-
printed price ticket attached at the factory.
"When you buy a HowARD you get some-
thi st"butors for this disti
a are .istrbutors for this distinctive watch.


rDON'Th

Fail to see my
Window d i s -
play. Some-
thing that will
interest t h e
Ladies of the
State College
for Women. ::

rFiAAIL-


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P. T. NICHOLSON,


,. The ..
JEWELER.


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CHILD BROS.

CONTRACTORS
AND

BUILDERS.

We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
the very best service in all lines of building. Call on us
if you are contemplating any kind of building. We can
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber, Mouldings, Turned Col-
umns, Brackets and all kinds of Novelties made to order.

- !

R. G. FERRELL,
(Soces or to A. T. Rolans)


DBRLER
IA


A H Kinds of Fresh Meats


Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders.
FIRST-CLABS MEATS.


Prompt delivery.


RIgl up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Success when Ordering
Meats from my Stall.


LARCINARIA TENUFOLIA

The Greatest Cure Indigestion
IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE
A Certain Specific in all Bowel Complat int i Young or Old.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Dr. R E. ~ PHE 1ICK, Lboratmry Phone Exchange B.l ding
TaIbimser. orida


DEMAND THEPROOF-
IDEMAND THlE PROOFm


THAT WE


A New Stock
()ur floor.
The Lightest
and Test.
Blest Painting.
ses.


of Buggys


Running by Trial

-hav the witnes-


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


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adjusted by the girth to
Either a Large or Small horse.
Complexion giving tops -when
the riders are pale.
Umbrellas, of Superior fittings to
Sthe buggy.


Variety--in Colors
Trimmings.


of IAather


'ustomers, say Our Prices are
Lower and not Higher.
WAGONS, for the next TWO
MONTIIHS, to wit:
One Horse, .$30.00
rwo Ihorse, from $40.w) to $50 00
Call and we will ['rove Every
Statement or give you a bug-
gy or wagon.


TERMS:
Suitable to both
l'urchaser.


Seller and


Respectfully Submitted

TULLY V YAEGER CO.
TALLAHASSEE FLA.




Clothes That Individualize


4 voed MwoIU f


Three-Button Nov
Sack, No. 516


Bt


you and separate you from the throng
who carry around uncomfortable and
unsatisfactory "ready-to-wear" ready-


made clothing, are, as a matter of fact,


Very Modest in Cost

when ordered from us. You can better
afford to wear them than the other
kind. Make a selection from 500 dif-
ferent cloths and have us take your
measure. Then we'll have the suit or
overcoat

Made by Ed. V. Price 8 Co.

of Chicago, famous as the largest
makers in the world of GOOD tailor-
6 made clothes. It will be the essence
of all that is distinctive, perfect and
clty satisfying-so good you'll come to us
for more.


JRNS & CO.
Park Avenue and Monroe St.


THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
in Florida.
The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duck. The beat Quail and
Snipe shooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the
StatNK W DUVAL, Manager.
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.

Is


SAFE TEAMS FOL LADES TO DRIVE.
Experienced and Reliable Drivers for all Teams.
HustAis Tea.s a Spdriy.


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Wn.:CmILD.


KEMPER STABLES,
C. A. SCHOFMAU.3, Pro*r.

-- NAI THE LEON HOTIL. -

LIVERY, FEED and SALE.


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yqy EVERY T rIDAT OUNMWO.

Sm ma llBmd Clams .att M*anh .L M1 6at
&k a 0t s* at Ta lf aMs. Pbd. nA
A4*d omrsom d Marseb L 18L

aM l in T wphoase dlan. Corner Adam and
Ointa Streats. Tslopbo No. I.
-.lb~ tles. eL00 Per Tear, in Advance.
*dotie.1 Rates on Application.
I Tre Democrat Is tie Offcldl Newspwe
of L e. County.


W aeky advertisements an not ti-d
m -e n thIs n .wspat t any priceor
W 3y conmdltionsa Or eireistawes. Not a
n me h emvr aspomard in it.
rDoplayed advertisement und.ertwomeonth,
Semls per inch first Iiertion and IS cents per
k ftoreach submsequent tperon. Electros and
stat matter 15 ests pr Inch each ssue. No ad-
tme.t run after contract expires. Lcals or
ued matter. except news. ame F put. reading
wH 5 ents a l*ne m ch i**mus Anll ha n. of
*wdtlsmiunts ora ythinr intOeded for pubtlie-
un mwst be handed In not later than Thurdai
asht. oe rMeve prompt attention.
Talhe e, Friday, Oct .. W,.

"aI Gave y N1 ellar-Did O 'e T"
The True Democrat huas received a
causignment of those now famous "I
gave my dollar-did you?" button. and
they are to be distributed among the
eaotributors to the Bryan campaign
fund.
We have only a limited number of
these buttons, but as long as they last
we will supply one to every democrat
who contributes as much as a dollar to
the Bryan and Kern campaign fund.
Call in and leave one dollar and get a
button.
It is all right to have an economical
administration-but let it not be for-
gotten that public improvement is fre-
quently the best form of economy. -
Tampa Tribune.
Messrs. Walker & Black, J. D. Cay,
Holmes Drug Co., T. B. Byrd, P. T.
Niholhon, Gilmore & Davis Co. and J.
W. Corbett give coupons. When you
purchase good ask for them, and vote
for a contested in the popular Piano
Contest. It is not too late to enter new
mtestees.
The Gadsden Times has gone into
the hands of Messrs. Barrington & Co.,
but Mack Brothers will continue to op-
erat the job printing office in connec-
tim with it Mr. Barrington is an old
a d experienced newspaper man and
Swill continue to make a good newspaper
eofit. We wish all parties much saue

vewy Democrat in Leon county
S aoouM be watchful and active. The
meemBy is at work, and while little is
theouht or said of it, it may cause some
trouble and worry. All should be quali-
aed to vote. See about yovr poll taxes
ad registration at once. There is now
pretdoso little time left to act.
At the American Bankers Annual As-
Meemtim last week at Denvor, the Con- a
S vetim paisced itself on record as op-
pelog both the guarantee of bank de-
p.sit and postal savings banks. De-
pallst i Talleaasee banks have the
g armatee anyway, since they are all
et th safest and best, and owin to the
a[rdaeter of the offeera, stockholders
a d directors of our banking institu-
t tiOs
Tampa Times, in the folkwing, gives
a truthful pointer : "A town is judged
by it. newspapers more than by arny
and all other of its matitutions, and
quite rightly. There is no duty more
S imperative upon the people of Florida
mthe a liberal and sufficient support of
ther newspapers. The patrons get
their money back twice in direct re-
turn of reading and advertising, and
again in the impression and influence


S the live newspaper has and makes upon
th outside world.
The promoters of the Gulf Coost Fair |
wh b is to be held at DeFuniah Springs,
M a., October 28-31st, seem to have in
mind the development of the agricultu-
M l interests of the country in that their I
premium list which is just to hbadgives
a log lisM t of premiums amounting to C
Sr ,000 which are offered for the
piadm.s of tid farm home and garden.
* his etioh ought to be well repreent-
ad and we are confident that some of n
Sthe pr ium mamOey would come thn ,
a m it our good farmers would make
1 .thert. .-md to the Secretary, R.
SW. tes, etr a of the eatalogue
r pMriumn lit. I ree.
Theo GUlfCOmt Fair will be held this
atl F llak Snprtn frm Octo.-
Mnh to 31t inetlmive. p pnea-
1h0heisatohand ives a esupre- i
deslaMof the Ware number tf
offered In w h every M of
Sdevelopment s oOvered. I
toothe eeretary fora eopy.it Is


TO CITNIm W TALLAJmaUL.
In assuming the r poibilty of
managing your Electrie Light, Water
and Qas Plants we realize the advisM-
bility of stating the eomdtlons under
which we will be compelled to operate.
You know that it takes money to pay
the expenses of running these plants
and that we have not been furnished
with funds for that purpose. We must
therefore rely solely on the money that
becomes due for Electric Lights, Water
and Gas to meet the constantly arising
obligations, for coal, labor and mate-
rial. In order that the plants may
never have to be shut down we must
have the money when it is due.
Every tax-payer of the city of Talls-
hasee is a stockholder-in these plants,
and whatever profit may be made will
be used to meet obligations that would
otherwise have to be met by taxation.
The members of ypur Board of Mana-
gere have no further financial eonnec-
nection with these plants than that ac-
quired by being tax-payers. We are
serving without fee or reward or the
hope thereof, and we expect you to
stand by us. Pay your bills when due
and encourage us every way in your
power.
Those who will not pay must suffer
the consequences, as we shall be com-
pelled, in justice to others, to cut off
the Flectric Lights, Water and Gas
from every person failing to pay by the
10th of each month.
We intend to manage these plants on
strict business lines, and you will be
the beneficiaries.
Special favors to none, equal justice
to all, will be the rule of our action.
All complaints will be attended to by
Superintendent C. H. Ellis, and we will
give you the best service possible with
the means at our command.
Yours very truly,
W. M. MclNTosn, Ja.,
F. C. GILMORs,
G. E. Lsaws,
Board of Managers.
TH PIANO CONTEST.
Interest is growing in our Piano Con-
test. All candidates receiving quite a
good vote during last week, the large
coupon carrying 10,000 votes on cash
sales of goods at Mr. J. D. Cay's store,
putting Miss Florence Proctor in the
lead. Miss May Stoutamire and Miss
Ruth Alligobd's friends, and other con-
testees and their friends, pushed right
out after votes, however, and this
week's count shows they have not been
idle and M a.May is again near the lead
while Miss Alligood steadily gains.
Thee are two pianos, now, as premi-
ums, and they are weH worth working
for. Push the voting so that we may
name a day to close and award the
prizes. Those who work the hardest
for subscriptions can easily win the
piano. Ask those merchants who give
votes in the contest for the coupon.
List can be seen in the plan of the con-
test on this page. Let all contestees be
up and doing.
DOG NUZZLE ORDINANC.L
Beginning on October 10th. 1908, the
ordinance requiring all dogs to be mu-
sled, which was passed by the City
Council July 9th, 1908, is herewith sus-
ded until further notice.
-2t F. C. GILMOP, MAYOR.
PAYNEiT OF POLL TAiES.
"No person shall bepermitted to vote
at an election who shall have failed to
pay at least on or before the second
saturday in the month preceding the
day of such election, his poll taxes for
the two years next preceding the year
in which such election shall be held."-
See Section 170, General Statutes of the
State of Florida.
It will be seen from the foregoing
that the payment of the poll tax forth
years 1906 and 1907 will be in full com-
pliance with the law, and that it will


not be necessary to pay the taxes for
1908 in order to vote at the election to
be held on the first Tuesday in Novem-
ber. You must bear in mind, however,
that the poll tax due for 1906 and 1907
must be paid on or before the next Sat-
urday, which is the 10th day of Octo-
ber.
The Legislature having failed to pay.
Col. 8. I. Wailes what the State of
Florida was honestly due him for his
services in collecting the Indian war
claim, an effort will be made at the
next session to have a law passed per-
mitting him to sue the State.Theu-
would the matter be adjusted by the
highest tribunal, and we fall to see
how any member of the Legislature can
object to webe sttleo Iof the case.-
Gatneville Sun.
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Constipation cases headache, nau-
sea. diasiness, langeor, heart palpita-
tiOa. Drastic phystea gripe, sicken,
weaken the bowels and don't core.
Doan's Regulets at geadty and cure
coastlpatIto. 25 eats. Ask your drug-
list.


JN
FaortM days- pt the sprnkMg
cart has ot been sprakling the dust
on Ta lMimee street, except some an
Moawre aadgthe upper end of CliatM
and leadag to the market, nlw the dust
he beea like a clood and people are
suffering in various ways from it To
be competed to inhale 'the filthy dust
that is constantly churned up, leeds to
sickness and diseases of various kinds
no reasonable person will deny, and it
does seem now that the city owning and
controlling the water plant a m2Iakoe
has been made in cutting of the water.
On this subject the Pensacseola Journal
says:
"The question of dust as referred to
in Saturday's Pas.eola Journal, is of
vital interest to all the people of the
city, anad should be seriously considered
by the officials.
"Dust Impregnated with various forms
of disease germs are found upon the
streets some the most fatal known to
medical science.
"And it is generally known by the
average person of all localities. Yet I
can't see how the authorities in power
can so lightly deal with such an lmpor
tant matter. It is true it costs some-
thing to remedy this. Yet I know of
no one expenditure that will do more
good for all the people than sprinkling
the streets with water, especially now
that the city owns the water works."

S OUR GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.
The Florida State Geological Survey
announces the publication of Bulletin
No. 1 on the Underground Water Sup-
ply of Central Florida. The bulletin
contains: (1) Underground water; gen-
eral discussion; (2) the underground
water of Central Florida, deep and shal-
low wells, springs and artesian pros-
pects; (3) effects of underground solu-
tion, cavities, sink-holes, disappearing
streams, and solution basins; (4) drain-
age of lakes, ponds and swamp lands,
and disposal of sewerage by bored wells.
Water analyses are included as well as
tables giving general water resources.
public water supplies, spring and well
records.
The annual report of the survey is
being published and will be ready for
distribution by the end of October. This
report contains: (1) A sketch of the
geology of Florida; (2) a chapter on
mineral industries, including phosphate,
kaolin or ball clay, brick-makinr clays,
auller's earth, peat, lime and cement,
and road-making materials (3) a biblio-
graphy of publications on Florida geol-
ogy with a review of the more impor-
tant papers published previous to the
organization of the present Geological
Survey.
Thee publications will be sent with-
out charge to citizens of the State and
to public school sad city libraries upon
request addressed to the State Geologi-
cal Survey, Tallahassee, Fla. E. H.
Sellards, State Geologist.
"Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for
years. No appetite, and what I did eat
ditressed me terribly. Burdock Blood
Bitters cured me."-J. H. Walker, Sun.
bury. Ohio.
DEATB OF STEDNIAN CHUI.

SeaO of Celeael Chsbb Dies Ito NoMerth

StednMn, the young son of Colonel
sad Mrs. H. S. Stedma, died suddenly
Friday morning of heart failure while
absent from his home on a visit to Try-
on, N. C.
At the time of the young man's death
he was the mayor and one of the lead-
lng citizens of Winter Park.
He was in the prime of young man-
hood, being but 28 years of age, and
the news of his sodden demise came as
a hard blow to the devoted mother and
father, as well as friends of the family.
Colonel Chubb was absent from the
city at the time of the arrival of the
telegram and knew nothing of the death
until his return. He left on the next
train for North Carolina to accompany
the remains to Winter Park, where the


interment will be held.-Gainesville
Sun.
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is the best
remedy for that often fatal disease-
croup. Has been used with success In
our family for eight years."-Mrs. L.
Whitacre, Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Hallie Lewis left Tuesday for
Tallahassee where sh has a position as
teacher in the State Female College...
.Mliss Bettle Richardson, i
Liddon, Gussie Poiom, Agnes and th-
el Granberry, left Tuesday for Talla-
haNse, where they will attend the State
College.-Mariana Times-Courir.
For a mild. easy action -of the bow-
els a slnle dose of Doan's Reguleta Is
enough. Treatment cures habitual con-
-ttpation. 36 cents a box. Ask your
druggist for them.
Mrs. Gibbs of daulkH, haa been
visiting Mrs. X. M ates this week.
Rand-knitted and Crotchetted Shawls,
S Hoods Baby acks. ootees
ke alw s on and ord solid-
Alg articles ii-ra P'to drawn-
work. See Miss Jessie T^lake, 24&
Park Avenue. 8
Steps itchlaing fstaatly. Cures plies,
ecsema, salt rhem,. totter. Iteh, hives,
herpes, scables-Does's Ointment At
any drug store.


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Now Offus Two


Magnificent $350 Pianos.

1st Choice to Lady receiving the Largest vote.
2nd Choice to the Lady receiving next highest.

THE PIANOS.


lst Choice


Is one of the best sold by the Jess French Piano Co., of Montgomery.
Ala., whose advertisement appears min this paper. It is a full si! W7
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding board, protected tuning
pins ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, etc., etc., and has a supberbly
finished mahogany cane. Its net (not list) value is $350.00. Its a
beauty to aee, a melodious charm t hear! Go see it at
2nd Choice
Is one of the best sold by the Boston Piano & Music Co., of lowo City.
Iowa. Cote, C 28. This Piano is 4 ft. 9 in. high; 5 ft. 2 in..long. It
is built with the'best material and by the best workmen that the
country can produce. Tone, its sympathetic quality, depth and re-
finement, are characteristic of the Cote tone. Finished in Mahogany,
with t the Cote high quality and polished after the most approved
methods. It too is a beauty.
TIME OF AWARD.
It is our desire to close contest with iasue of December 18, so as to
award prize Christmas day, provided however that the vote will war-
rent us in doing so on that day.
HOW TO VOTE.
After your name has been entered, which can be done at any time
during contest by placing name accompanied by coupons to the amount
of 100 vote in any one of the ballot boxes as follows: Capital City
Pharmacy, Holmes Drug Company, P. T. Nicholson's Jewelry Store
and at the office of The Weekly True Democrat. Vote your coupons
weekly, those cliped from the paper, subseeription coupons and those
received from the merchants herein stated who issue coupons on all
cash purchases from them.
HOW TO GET VOTES.
We, the undersigned Merchants of Tallahassee, Florida, hereby
agree to give coupons to cash customers good for votes on the True
Democrat Piano Contest, in which the True Democrat is to give away
two Pianos, as a FPrst and Second Prize the basis for voting to be
one hundred votes for each dollar traded with us:

HOLMES DRUG COMPANY. GILMORE & DAVIS CO.
Dealers HARDWARE
Drugs, Statioaery and Toilet
D cs. Toilt China, Glass n adGrante Ware.

Will give one vote for every Will give one vote for every
cent paid for articles purchased cent I for merchandise pur-
from them. chased from them.

P. T. NICHOLSON, WALKER & BLACK,
JEWELER.
Gold Slvr an Cut Glass. ds, Not s Shos, ats
Willdea vote forA. Merclmht atg.
Will give one vote for ever Will give one vote for every
from him. for tee pcent pad them for merchandise.

T. B. BYRD & CO, J. W. CORBETT,

Grcers, Confectioners, lakerse F ture a specialty.
Will give one vote 'for every
Will give votes on every dollar cent paid on any article purchased
paid them for merchandise, from him.


J. D. C A Y, Ie *very Issue T Tre Demert
will appear a voting omspes ood for ive
Vec aM cflS vote.S. tbe ese.faorthe by y o e .
ermw sn l lm--4va u dwe suberlptiona.
noape s will be i mued follows:
Will give one vote for every o-ns s1 vate
cent paid for articles purchased six moeath votes
from him. nre m moth s vote

THE COUNT.
Votes will be counted at 6 p. m. on the day before publication
each week, the seal of the box being broken and the count made by 8
disinterested parties, different people being asked to serve each week.
They will attest the correctness of the count.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.


1. No employee, attached or relative of the proprietors of the
above named fin are lgble to participate in this eoatest, and will
participate in no = Ir.
2 In the event of a m adetadiag between candidate or
others ntreted in thi t, such troversy may be referred tq
the condutors of the contest, who alone are the person qual6led to
rend f tder c i a-_.
& In the event a candidate deiddes to withrw fnrom tWe e,
eah adidate will not be allowed to transfer votes to the redt o
another candidate in the ooantest.


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FOR SALE.
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; ian a very desira-
ble locationm. Tee lot,
are owned by saon-reasi-
dents, who ere anxziou
to sell. We offer them
for a limited time only,
and for a very low price.
J. T.Bernard & Son.
ARK. YOU ONLY HALF ALIVE?
People with kidney troubl are so
weak mad *xhautd that the are only
halt alive. r ts Kidaey emnedy
makes eslthy IMea etore leost
vitality. an wea dlmte people are
re@ore. td to *e" b eafany but
POW& ft Sillby amD rWm5ta.


W. W. McGRIFF,
REAL ESTATE AND LqANS.
TRACTS TO SUIT. EASY TERMS.


Rents Collected.


Loans Negotiated.


City and Suburban Residinces and Lots, Truck Farms,
Farms all size and for all crops, Sumatra Leaf Tobacco.
Dairies with Herds. Timber Lands-Pine, Cypress and
Hard Wood.
Mill Plants, Machinery, Hotels and Boarding Houses,
Health Resorts and Hunting Grounds, Stores, Warehouses
and Building Lots for Factories.
Leon County, of which Tallahassee is the seat of govern-
ment, is one of the most inviting sections in the south-
with its red clay hills, gentle slopes and fertile valleys, for-
ests of pine and hard wood, fresh water lakes and game,
landscape unsurpassed in the Blue Ridge section of Vi-lIa,
nearness to the Gulf coast with its oyster beds and fisbes,
health and sea side resorts, railroads in six different diec-
tions as well as being the home of culture and refinement,
all tend to make it indeed inviting to the home seeker-its
grazing lands are attested by numerous dairies and herds of
Jerseys, its diversity of crozp limited only by a semi-tropical
climate, which for money making, its Sumatra Tobacco has
yielded a $1.000 per acre.
Correspondence solicited.
W. W. McGRIFF, Tallahassee, Fla.


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NMW YORK CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR.
Sand ressing. First-Class Workmen do this work. Your old
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Building Material
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^^^,=W^^ lM|to l oWV, a-
it to the CoMstltUtio
and the smas we"
e to Ir a vote of tbree-flthe of a'I the
muf*eleted to each bouse; that the
, U em said Jelat Resolutlono were entered
S a"p their respective Journals, with yeas
S sad May thetron, and they did deter-mine
aid direct that the said Joint Resolutloss
be submitted to the electors of the State
at the Oeneral Election in November, 1908.
*NOW, THEREFORE, I. II. CLAY CRAW-
PFORD. Secretary of State of the State of
Florida. do hereby give notice that a
GENERAL ELECTION
will be held In each county in Florida on
Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday
In November, A. 1. 1901, the said Tuesday
being the
THIRD DAY OF NOVlEMIIit,
for the ratification or rejettlou of the said
Joint Resolutions pr jiopseig amendments to
the ( Conatlittion of the Staite of Florida,
va. :
A JOINT 1:1so(.lTTI'oN propoalng an
amendment to Set tloi Nine i(I) of Article
Five ,.', ,f the ('Cinatitutlon of Florida
relating t. Jiullilsal salnrlos.
Be it l .< / iy the I.< ilfahturc of the
State ,If I'lrida :
Thi7 t s,'. i, n Nine if t of Article Five (5)
of the C',insitition of the State of Florida
be and the' ns.ine Is hereby amended so as
to read n4 follows. vi. :
Secltin Nine iTi. The isalarleo of Jus
ties of their Siipreme ('Ctrt. 'Circuit Judges
and .Il dge'" (f 'Crliminii l bshall tie fixed fly the l,'glsl!ntlre
That the foregoing amendment of Section
(0) of Article Five C.5 of the Constitu-
tiom of Florida la hereby agreed to. and the
same shall ito submitted to the electors of
the State for approval or rejection at the
next general election of Representatives
hereafter, as required by Section One (I) of
Artitl Seventeen 117) of said t'onstltution


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JOINT RESOIXTION proposing an amend
meat to Article Twelve of the Constltu-
tion of the State of Florida relative to
education. to he known as Section Six-
teen of aild Article, providing for the levy
of a special tax for the support and main-
tenance of the University of the State
of Florida. the Florida Female College,
the Institute for the Blind, Deaf and
Dumh, and the Colored Normal School.
Be It RfRolr ,1 fhy the Lju Sta te of Flor la:
That thst following amendment to Article
Twelve of ithe' i.,nstitutioin of the State of
Florld:a. to Ihe known as Scrtilion 1Il f said
Article. the ;and the a:ime Is hereby agreed
to and hli:'ll Ie t utmniltted to the' ele.trs of
the State :it ithe next general el.c-tl.,n of
RopresentativrI. to I'p ii'el In the.' yar Irls.
for ratllicatlon ,,r rejection.
Sec. If, A special tax of ion nill m ion the
dollar of aB; lt :ihil|e lir.,'perty in the St:ate
shall lIe Ievied annirill;y fr til. o ip.rt n :nnl
maintenan, ,1f the I rlver-lt yv of the State
of Florll:1. the Florlda F"sitiaile C college. thei
latltnte f,,r t1h. lllnd, heaf and l Dumb nd
the t',lorid N,.rinil Schrol. which shall be
04 Id In t,, the St ite Treasuiirer and set apart
y him ti, th < r.'ilit of the State oItard of
Education, t,. I,- alpp-rlotined and disposed
o1 for the l-'tiH'fit f said Institutitonis as
reinlred t the, at creation and miaintain-
lag the PInme. known i i'Chalpter 5'.-7 4. of
the .aws of Florida. approved June 5,. 1905.
JOINT nRSPO.I TI)N proposing an amend
meat to Section Thirty-five of Article Five
of the (onstitution of Flo.rlia, relating
to establishment of C'ourtsi
Se it R4oolffrd biy th, Lie filature of the
S oSate of Florida :
That the following amendment to Section
hrty-flve of Article Fire of the Constitu-
kie of Florida Is hereby agreed to and shall
. proposed and mnubmltted to the electors
the State for approval or rejection at
next general election hereafter, that is
I y. said Section Thirty five of said Arti
sall be amended so as to rend as fol-
Wection 35. No Cotrts other than herein
Wled shall te estabhlithed In this State,
t that the Legislature may provide for
c region and eathllihment of such addl-
Judicial circuits as may from time to
tbeome necessary, and for the appoint
by the Governor and confirmation by
Senate of additional circuit judges there
whose terms of office and general jurle
shall be the same as herein provided
the circuit judges herein already pro-
for. and may clothe and Railroad
Illon with judicial power In all mat-
cemnected with the functions of their

Vea east In compliance with said
ama.mits, anod the canvass. dec-
I i Sad rfetrna thereof, shall be sub-
to tu same reguintions and restric-
S- ar' provided by Ilw for general
I ait the State of Floridn.
IN TESTIMONY WHERE.
OF, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the Great
_lH ea1.l of the State of Florida.
at Tallahassee. the Capital.
this twenty-fifth day of July
A. D. 1908.
II. CLAY CRAWFORD,
Secretary of State
y 24, 1908.

bhe Circuit Court for Leon County,
Florida.- In Chancery.
IL 8aulsbury I
Sauilbury et&lI
MA5 IT HAS BEEN MADE TO AI'-
by the affidavit of John L. Neeley. at-
the cominplinant an ilhe aho verntitiel
that Joseph E Ormond. John Chaires anil
Chaire"x Ellis are defendants in -aid
that each of them is over the age' if tu,,n-
y "ers. and that each of then. i t r-.identI
other than the State tf Fi,-lnia. but
plate of residence and sost,,tllI ," atdldre. s
at the maid namiinl defirt-iits are un.-
;u ad there is no iper-uin it, the Stat.' ,f
the service of a iisul>o'ena upon a hons
inMad these s.aic defe nilantr or either if
'Iure fore it is. ordered that the -.i d< -
Joseph E. ()rmond. John Ct'mires and
Chaires- Ellis do appear to the hiill of
filed in eaid cane on the 7th day of iuw-
A. D. 19it. and to plead, anwer or de-
wheqr ordered that this order be pub-
2[he Weekly True Dr)monrat, a newspa-
is Ufe city of Tallahassee. in the
LMan, in the State of Florida. once each
1"t eonsocutive wee-k.
l ms hand and the seal of naid court at
this 29th day of September.
P HENRY T. FELKEI,.
CSerk Circuit Court. Leon county, Fla.
seMd, all kinds, at Holme's
store. 3


Not~ce of IncorplowrmMom.


N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA
undersigned will, on the 14th day ofi
A. D. 110W, make application to His Exec W.
Napoleon R. Broward. Governor of Florida,
Letters Patent incorporating the Claro Tobacco
Company under the following proposed Charter:
E. L. HUTCHINSON.
W. H. COVINGTON.
DAN 0. NEEL.,
J. D. HOLMES.


lPROI'OSEI) CHARTER OF THE CLARO TO-
BACCO COMPANY.


The undersigned hereby associate themselves
together for the purpose of becoming incorpora-
ted under the laws of the State of Florida for the
transaction of business under and by virtue of
the terms of a Charter, which is as follows:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall be the Claro
Tobacco Companvy and its rincipal lace of busi-


In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my DIMOCERATIC PRSIDINTIAL ELIC-
hand and affixed my official seal this 5th day of
ptober. A. D. 19. TOMS.
LA] J. L. HEAD,
Notary Public in and for the State of Florida As there will probably be from 25 to
at lae. My commission expires April 17,
1911. My mion expire Aprl 35 names of Presidential Electors on the
ATM OF FLORI DA .ballot to be voted in the November elee-
STATa or FLOaIDA. .
County of Leon. tion it will be welt for voters to study
Btfor e. Pauline Costa. i Notary Public in and familiarize themselves with the
and for the Ste of Fluridat large, personally
appeared Dana. Noel and W H. Covington. to names of the Democratic electors we
me known bbe twoof the ihivaduals described all should vote for, as follows:
in and who smbeeribed their names to the forego-
ing rpo d Charter and acknowledged that they H. P. BAILEY,


uUweib ther inanmes t o the.same lor thenuses
and purpose therein mentiontel.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my official seal this the 3d day of
September, A. D. 1906.
sAAL] I'AIUN. ('COSTA.
Notary Pub'ic in and for thi .tate of Florida
at large. My commission expires November
19, 111. 29-4t
For Chronic Diarrhoea.
Fo0r Chronic Diarrhoea.


ness shall be in the City of Tallahassee. in the "While in the army in 1863 I was
county of Leon. in the State of Florida. with such taken with chronic diarrhoea," says
branch fice' in the United States of America. a
may be determined on by the Board of Directors. George M. F'lton of South Gibson, Pa.
ATICL n.ft "I have since tried many remedies but
The nature of the business to be transacted by without iany permanent relief, until
this company shallbe to plant, grow. cultivate, Mr. A W. Miles. of this place, per-
cure and manufacture tobacco. To export, in*. suaded ,, to try Chamberlain's Colic,
port and generally deal in leaf and fine cut tobac-
co, cigars. cheroots and cigarettes. Also to pai- Cholera and Diarhoea Remedy, one
chase, leaseor otherwise acquire, to control.maol- DOttle of which stopped it at once."
tain and operate tobacco warehouses. ftris Tllaha
who:esaleagencieeanddepotaforeur~oca-,eg.. For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
manufacture and sale of tobacco. cisg as ebu m t^^^
cigarettes and smokers' supplies. V *riS City AToubOUnCeMetS
own, convey. leaseaortgage or excha I City Announce ts.
every other way deal in real and personal property. -. .
To deal in general merchandise. To own, conlTai ua o i a f Anoc-
and operate saw miis and tramw a To purcha The usual fee of .00 in advan for Announce-
own and control stocks in other corporations, and mnnts under this had.
to do and perform such other things as may be FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
necessary or incidental to the proper conduct of
the businesses of this corporation. The present City Tax Collector having pub.
ATICLI II. Ilished thet that he would not agiea oeter the
contest feCty Tax Collector. I ltae thisoeeasion
The amount of capital stock authorized shall be to annoease to m friends and the etimemn of Tal-
fifty thousand dollars, divided into five hundred lahaase that I wi be a candidate fer the oole of
shares of the par value of one hundred dollars City Tax Conaetor before the. City Deroeratic
each. The capital stock of this corporation may primary, and do sHcit the support at all white
be paia for wholly or in part in lawful money of Democratice ltiseas eo Tallahassee ming .to
the United States or in property, labor or services give n very betattention to the businea s of the
at a juat valuation to be fixed by the incorpora- Ioffice if I me omiated and elected.
tors. Very r sPoetfulaly.
AlttCLs IV. RoBKRT H. MICKLss.


This corporation shall exist forever.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation shall be man-
aged by a President. Vice-Preakdent. Secretary
Treasurer and a Board of Directorsm to consist of
not lee than four nor more than seven. the num-
ber to be fixed by the by-lawa of the company;
provided that the office of Treasurer may be filled
jointly with any of the other officers of the com-
pany by the same person.
The annual meetings .of the stockholders shall
be hold at the offices of the corporation in the
City of Tallahassee. Florida, on the first Tuesday
of November, at 10 o'clock a. m. The Directors
shall be elected by the stockholders in accordance
with the provisions of the by.laws. All other
officers shall be elected in the manner prescribed
by the by-laws.
The Directors shall meet annually immediately
upon the adjournment of the stockholders' meet-
ing.
Until the annual meeting, or such special meet-
ing as shall be called under the laws of Florida
and under the by-laws of this company, the fol.
lowing named persons shall conduct the business
of this corporation.
W. H. 'c-vington. President.
E. L Hutchinson. Vice-President,
Dan (. Noel. Secretary.
J. I). Holmes. Treasurer.
with W. If. ( ovington. E. L. iHutchinsin,. Dan 0.
Neel and J. I). Holmes, Directors.
AiTICLE %I1.
The higeest amount oef sndebtednesm ,r liability
to which thit arotimcration can at any time subject
itself hall bei eMual to double the amount o Itsa
authloriz'J capital itock.
AKTI(CLE 11.
The name. and residences of the subscribinga
parties to the' tock of the said corporation, to-
ifethet with the number of shares of its stock sub-
mribed for by each. art as follows :
WA' H. Covinirtor, Tallahassee. Fla., 45 shares.
E. L. Hutchinson. Jacksonville. Fla., 45 shares.
Dan O. tieel. (arrabelle, Fla., 4., shares.
J. 1). Holmes. Jacksonville, Fla., 45 shares.
E. L. HUTCHINSON,
J. D. HOLMES.
W. H. COVINGTON.
DAN 0. NEEL.

STATE or FLoIlDA.
County of Duval. C
Before me, J. L. Head. a Nlotary Rublic in sW
for the State of Florida at large. personally a
feared E. L Hutehinson and J. D. Holm
nown to be two of the individual
sad wbo saberibed tbhr nare to the
proposed Charter and aekeowleded
subscribed their Mamas to the eaa wfor
Wad Porpoies there ia oomd&


P. W. BUTLER,
ROBT. E. DAVIS.
GEO. C. MARTIN,
SAMUEL PASCO.
A BANQUET
spread before you would do you no
good If you couldn't eat. What good
can food do a child when as soon as it
enters its stomach It is eaten by
worms. That's the reason your baby
is asling, cross, pasty faced and thin.
Give it White's Cream Vermifuge. It
will expel the worms and act as a
tonic for the child. Hardee-Smith
Co.. druggists.


School Books.


All the


Grades


At


W e clarkps.


To the Demoerstle Voters of the City of Talla.
hassle:
Having decide toBmake the raceinth eMlasg mi is
SCity Democratic Pik IT Election, I b make
the announenom t earned y qest y
Friends and the demas of Tallahasee to give me
their support. I wv strive to make y i faithMul
and efficient City Tax Collector. if yeou will elect
me to the poitim 30-tf.
Very re pwtfully,
ROT. J. PMaiLur.


For Sale-A Bargain!

The 200 acre place of
Jumes Moody, on Lake
Munson. Extra good
Tobacco land-well wat-
ered and well timbered.
Splendid mill site. For
price and particulars,
call on or address

John G. Colins.

True Democrat Office.
31-tf
Slightly Colder with Snow.
When you see that -kind of a weather
forecast you know tiha rheumatism
weather is at hand. Go ready for it
now by getting a hottit of Ballard's
Snow Liniment. Finest thing made
for rheumatism, chilblains, frost bite,
sore and stiff Joints and muscles, all
aches and pains. 25c, 5( and $1.00 a
botte. Hardee-Smith Co., druggists
gists.
Cntestees can be entered in the
Piano Ceatst at any time. PUt a
Mfid I.


FOR SALEI
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-Bctel Co.
26-tf


Jeff. D. Ferref,
WHEEL WHR1T and BACKSMfM .


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

A poron of tM public
a isetfi ami.u .
t6E..i


And Cane


Holm es


Dr


Company


Has a Complete Stock of

Disinfectant.
DI sI I nfct a n t

It can be bought in

small quantities or in the


bulk.


HOLMES DRUG CO.,


Tallahassee, Fla.


A


Don't Holler


If You're Hit.


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


GET BUSY


LOOK HAPPY

DON'T KICK


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


PHONE 80.


A


R. J. PHILLIPS.



V J. RANDOLPEH,
CIL ZNGD.
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The XW AUVIM blade Is thick enough to pemit of a degree
of temper and a kccnne. of edge which positively can
not be secured In any thin, wafer-like, flexible blade.
The AMIA fNR Safety Razor Outfit conbsts of
Triple Silver Plated Frame sad Handle, and 2 Nor-
wegian sharp steel blades. a


Curtains, Hammocks, Porch Rockers Settees,


All Summer


Goods at Close Out


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


TALLAHASSEE FURNITURE STORE[.
J. E. THEUS, Propr.
CORNER CLINTON AND ADAMS STS.


4 oemIg a p K ,ndusspln a



PAvteati tsa kentehr uh ms o. ecivewa
qikyae. ertai,#011 oT obarw, whthe a
Inenionier~ntifi Imft hlcnan.
A bnwanmtrict fIuMr~ 4101 eeba.% on phtenui
Culation of an7,P~p'Iep e jOuruTwer. 83a
yw furuitkN Lgod ~Mby ~ewdeatema


On Bronaugh street, aim, lot, feed
romand JoN and two stabs in same,
sod bul~e, *hamnrnes oom two blocks
=m street. Ap*l at this
Dr. Aumbmoam an= 1 y b senat
twBelhinhamnst ib f eaub
-1h2%III Idos, or rn-am -,ro
b%'melhim W-


Dan.
rag4?a


JUST RECEIVED


A nice line of Ribbon, Lace and
Embroidery.
$5.00 Net Shirt Waists $3.50.


Flour, Best Patent, per bbl
Flour, Best Patent, per half.bbl
Sugar, per lb -


$5.50
- $2.75
6c


All other Groceries in proportion


8 Bars of Octagon Soap


Call and


- 30c


see our stock of Dry
Goods.


J. W. FERRELL,
Store Phone No. 208. Residence Phone No. 256.


0.

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7*> thro14-1 oar country even theI at
.^*B- avain7 p t mosam Abraham Ltheoln "aid: "You can Monsidenton a
.-, ..- fool some of the people all the time, dEse to their party, a 1aa 1 6S
SDEMOCaATIC TICKBrT. and all of the some of the time, it mem and a blot on our civllhuatloum --'
lw Pr Wridonttal Bletors: but you can't fool all the people all the Sem eharacteas are not in the line of
BL pF.A14111y. P. w. BUTLER. time." An insincere, diseont, or im- moemn progress and will be cat asde, A
|,n W at.I DAVIS, GEO. C. MARTIN, moral man will sooner or later be ex- whL4 men of probity continue to beW Own
SAMUEL PASCO. posed and then humiliation and shame u440l 11 the cause of 4rihtauole. to t11 '
r dUnted Stat r: will be heaped upon him. In ue time rascals will be direvered cis taeu .
DUNCAN U. Lo ess-Third Some men may use the eloak of re- and public contempt will drive them uf b
Sgreeuonal District: form to conceal their vileness. but they from every place of trust Into an inail. tih found
IDANNTT% H. MAYaS. should not discredit a good cause. Was niflcant aud shameful existence.-Ml- the Wp- -
For Governor: not Judas Iscariot one of the "Twelve? ami Metropolis. tio HllagepN ea tI
ALBERT W. GII,.IIIIST. Others may seek to ride into office on .------ ta. -.`%.111m .a.ture in doing its
SALON CotroerCOOM the crest of the wave of moral reform. Woman Interrupts Political Speaker. 0w "/h pwrpt towr e ave so much
For Treasurer: although they are utterly unworthy of A well dressed woman interrupted a I its tive ower that they
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. the position, but was there ever a party political apeal. r recently by continu- One Hundred Doars for any case
SFor Secretary of Stte: or organization that did not have among ally coughing if she had taken Fol' It kfals to ce. Sed for list of
rH. CLAY Cttorne FOt( ). its adherents some who were untrue or Honey and Tur it would have ta momni.
PARK M. TRAMMELL. disloyal to its principle? This fact is her cough flr Superlntendent of Public instruction: a sad commentary on human nature but cold from her system The ulne wo. Ohio.
SILLIAM Ml. HOOWAY. notan occasion for abandoning the cause Foley's Hony,' and r o ntals no Sold by alldruggists. 75. Aug. 16-tf.
For Commissioner of Agriculture: of right. o. I
BENJAMIN E. McLIN. rgtopiates and is package. Chuat N5 tice
For Justices Supreme Court: There are many weak men in both Refuse subs titu by all drug-
WILLIAM A. IOCKOR, private and public life who cannot re- gists. TriaityM. Churk. South. L Pa a
IATHOMAS M 8HACKLEFORD, P priva.t psublnda at 'P.adT:t p..
For Railroed Comminloner: ---- Lin 4. L A--. i S't a R. .. .h A ..
ROYALC.DUNN.
S N TICKET atur.: ABOUT ADVERTISING--NO. 1 '\, C>.uch,h .w, .s.la.r. .Po
Far Members of the Legislature: A --stuba Crebst Wi.e sa', Pm
JOHN L. NEELY to- lr at eeka. adat
,,A. 8. WELLS. _7:0 .elik pm. 8SaatU sahel at o a. m.
For County Judge: P. 3. pnr oS eWedakdb whtl a at -n.
I BENJAMIN A. MEOINNISS. ,0 |1ai |s M t J. &i Poemi pa 7 _
For Clerk Circuit Court: V ie eeral l ulatm g tit Chw R9. Pratt, Putr.
If. HENRY N. FELKEL. -Se vie: BMSund atm. Badm, a: am.I BIMe
For Sberiff: aboa_ O & A.J T.P.U.4o'0leckmpm.*
WILLIAM M. LANI8TON. ear lB. Y.. P. UZl St .m.; Pya Il *
For Tax Assessor: hAPmW Qe Eat. *7o P: m.
E WILLIAM 0. AMES. hU owcase I
For Tax Collector-: 5L John*wans...s ftl.e..o. *..r.e.. .. sB^. iaM t1011F MAMV W


WALTER A. DEMILLY.
For Superntendent of Public Instruction:
EDWIN B. EPPES.
For County Treasurer :
J. EARL PERKINS.
For County Surveyor:
VALLIE J. RANDOLPH.
County Commissioners:
W. D. STOUTAMIRE, W. A. REGISTER.
J. W. COLLINS. R. JOHNSON.
L. S. CRUMP.
School Board:
DAWBON BOATWRIGHT.
JOHN H. PATTERSON, D. IL COX,
Ceoasblteacy a Pepalar Demand.
One of the hopeful signs of our timAs
is the popular demand for consistency
in the opinions and conduct of men in
public life. Under our form of govern-
meat public sentiment is a potent fac-

tor for righteousness or wickedness.
The average office-holder is governed
more in his official acts by what people
think than by his conception of official
duty. Hence the importance of public
opinion.
Furthermore, the enforcement of law
depend in a great measure upon the
wishes of the public. Conscientious
Aicers entrusted with the execution of
law soon become discouraged in the
performance of duty when the people
clearly show that its enforcement is ob-
noxious to them.
The process of developing in the pub-
be a high political ideal is very slow and
tedious. A few men become possessed
of a passionate desire to see iight tri-
umph over wrong. Through their influ-
ence and endeavors others have this de-
aire with them and gradually it filters
down to the average man of the street
whose opinions are formed by corver-
sin with his own comrades or with men
slightly in advance of his mental devel-
opment. It is, therefore, a great tri-
umph for the right when public opinion,
makes it hazardous for a man in public
life to adopt shabby methods or be
guilty of double dealing.,
During the last few days the purging
power of public sentiment has been ii-
iratated in the cases of Senator For-
aker and Governor Haskell. Their rec-,
orde were such that they could no longer
serve in a conspicuous way their respec-
spective political parties. They had in-
rred the public disapproval for their
cInduct and so were a burden to their
parties whose only hope of success was
t be relieved of them.
On the other hand Charles E. Hughes
was renominated as Governor of New
York, although the leaders of the re-'
publican party were not favorable to
such action, simply because the people
believed in his sincerity and ability, and
to nore their wishes meant sure defeat
of teparty.
That a althy growth in popular
aethment toward a high ideal for all
m in public life is evident in our
=mutry at the present time, cannot be I
deaiedby a careful observer. We had I
examples of this fact in our own corn-


One of the
E.rential,
ef the happy homes of to-day is a vast
fumd of information as to the best methods
of promoting health and happiness and
right living and knowledge of the world's
beat products.
Products of actual excellence and
masomable claims truthfully presented
and which have attained to world-wide
aeseptance through the approval of the
WeB-Informed of the World; not of indi-
iduals only, but of the many who have
th happy faculty of electing and obtain-
Iag the best the world affords.
One of the products of that class, of
akown component parts, an Ethical
medy, approved by physician and coram-
meded by the Well-Informed of the
World as a valuable and wholesome family
7"1 native is the well-known Syrup of Figs
> ad Eliir of Senna. To get its beneficial
I. feit always buy the genuine, manu-
Ml l-rd by the California Fig Syrup Co.,
S aad for sale by all leading druggists.


By Herbert Kaufman.
The newspaper is a huge shop window,
carriedbout the city and delivered daily into
hundreds of thousands of homes, to be exam-
ined at the leisure of the reader. This shop
window is alike the actual plate glass show-
case only in one respect-it makes display of
descriptions instead of articles.
You have often been impressed by the
difference between the decorations of two
window-trimmers, -each of whom employed
the same materials for his work. The one drew
your attention and held it by the grace and
cleverness and art manifested in his display.
The other realized so little of the possibilities
in the materials placed at his disposal that un-
less some one called your attention to his
bungling you would have gone on unconscious
of its existence.
An advertiser must know that he gets his
results in accordance with the skill exercised
in preparing his verbal displays. He must
make people stop and pause. His copy has to
stand out.
*
He must not only make a show of things
that are attractive to the eye but are attractive
to the people's needs as well.
The window-trimmer must not make the
mistake of thinking that the showiest stocks
are the most salable. The advertiser must not
make the mistake of thinking that the showiest
words are the most clinching.
Windows are too few in number to be
used with indiscretion. The good merchant
puts those goods back of his plate glass which
nine people out of ten will want after they
have seen them.
The good advertiser tells about goods
which nine readers out of ten will buy if they
can be convinced.
Newspaper space itself is only the win-
dow, just as the showcase is but a frame for
merchandise pictures. A window on a crowd-
ed street. in the best neighborhood, where
prosperous persons pass continually, is "more
desirable than one-i a cheap, sparsely settled
neighborhood. An advertisement in a news-
paper with the most readers and the most
prosperous ones possesses a great advantage
over the same copy in a medium circulation
among persons who possess less means. t
would be foolish for a shop to build its win-
dows min theralleyway--and just as much so to
put its advertising into newspapers which are
distributed aflong "alley-dwellers."
(Coag t, 898, by Tribune Company, Chitago.)


Dais. TS a. 3Lservise11
at 10 o'ciopruetey Suad y o n da
day t U Oe' k& AWedoesday wmiag at
Iheoo ild.g In dthe peat roms., Tko at
ale rs ed a" htad eeasemigmmIs
andis m dally am pdd
a. EL nd t uada e6s e idV.ML Sun odiagymrn
ing tuon 5I*e to A
catholle Chulreh-Nov. P. J. Bresnahan. Pamt"
Mass nd 49 a. m. o the lot. 2d and 4th
bnat 6 s. On the tbWSnay nw a 7 a
mL. ;no ateruss on vIme


For Sale I

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

J. R. MILLER,
Lloyd, Florida.
14-tf

Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG,
Eye Specialists.
Home Ofce upstain In West Build-
inS, Corner Bay and Laura Streets,
Jacksoonvlle, Fla.


ma~aauua~H&Uaaa


and


Make Them New.

Abo Ce an *a PWa Jk


Klds of Hats.


Cleaning, asairins and
Preing Clothes a Specialty.


J.H1 HORTON
104 MASONIC BUILDING.
Tinning, Plumb L

Sheet-Metal Workm


All work


Dr. Armstrong who has spilized on
e eyes and its reflex troubIe for 16
years will make relar professional
visits to Tallahaee the first Monday
of each month, offering those who
may wish high classprofessional service
an opportunity to obtain same, nervous-
ness, headache, cross e ea and chronic
troubles overcome without drugs, knife
or operation. Office at Bloxham Hotel.
One day only. Next visit Oct., 56th.

Mrs. H. Pope,
Saeeaea -te]
W. D. Pratorits.
UNDERTAKER
and
EMBALMBR.
Out of town orders re.
eelves prompt attention.
Day or Night.
:Licensed Embalmer.
Mee' N***el*8. RAe. 'P aW. 214
8-4tp


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

0. H. AVERITT


for all kinds of


Hauling,


Plowing,


Dirt Work


of any kind,

ALSO
omP
Good Teams for Pleasure
Rides.


A Cup o WSWp ef wesee BlisseLabel
w .... a cs 1 caw
i/4: what gos setsa*t to thebeout @
C o pr every man at breakfstt tm, s.da. vI
one knows that ely good groom eb
good coffe. We take"0 spe us pd..
our br mS they hamS mo
s rtref fam Jut"ca m d SIo S ti
fee we se anoNAs, .wh s '



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Yard.
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your wants.


a a a a a


0 Good quality Percale, in Reds and Blues.


Such


as you pay 10e for everywhere, at--.....--....--7 l2c

Plaid Mohairs, 86 inches wide, in Brown, Grey,
and Green, such as you never bought for
lees than 20c. As long as they last, you get
them at the extra low price of per yd..... 2Sc

Japonette Silk, 27 inches wide, in all styles,
and colors, such as you pay ,0c for. But we
give them to you at per yd.....--------.........--0c

Nice quality, Japonette Silk, 36 in. wide, and
a very pretty fabric, in all the best colors at
per yd.--- .-- ----....---.......--..--.--....- Sc


Broad Cloth, in Black, Navy, and Grey, 52 inches
wide, and all wool. One you never bought
under 75c. Here you can have it for........


5ec


If its Green, we have it-Green Mohairs, Tfae-
ta and Suitings .---.-.- -------....-..--- -.-
S 75c and $1 per yd

In White Wool Goods, we have some very pretty
things. Bedford Cords, Serges. Mohairs,
Batiste and Voiles. To see them is to buy
them--..-....-.--.....--------.....-......
50c per yd and up

Nice assortment of Fancy Silks, in Greys, Blues,
Changeable, and the best Black Tafeta for
$1,00 per yd to be seen .. .......
per yd, $1.00

Blue, Brown, Grey and Garnet Wool Suitings -
In goods that are all wool, and pretty pat-
terns, and priced low -....--....


50c and up


Quantities of Cotton


Suitings, lots of them yard


wide, in almost any color. Worth up to 25c
per yd. Your choice- ---- ------....... ISc


Belting and Ruching.


Blankets, Comforts and White Quilts,
Sheets and Pillow Cases.


Outings and Ginghams.


Rain Cloth, in a nice light fabric-very pretty
for Suits, Shirts and long Coats, per yd. -..
---... .. ....... ..-- 75c wad SLe


Mias Wheeler Tales Charge of Cel
kg. mlU ersartem .
Miss Mabel H. Wheeler, the new di
rector of the kindergarten school in th4
normal department of the College fo
Women, began her work here last Mon
day morning. The college has beei
very fortunate in being able to secure
the services of so gifted and experien
cod a teacher to succeed Miss Rubel
who laid down her work here last sum.
mer in view of her approaching mar.
riare September lat.
Min Wheeler graduated from Fostel
Semnary, Clifton Springs. N. Y. ir
1884. In 1896, from the Chicago Prei
Kindergarten Amodatikn, thein fro,
the normal department of Armour In
statute. Was Director of Public Schoo
Kindergarten in Cleveland, Ohio, fron
18I7 to 189. A student at Berlin, Ger
many, from 19-1900; at Postalaloszi
rebel Haus, Berlin, from Jnua to
June, 1900. During the so ai
seven years sh was director of the pub
Hei school kindgarten at Cleveland,
Ohio, and a student of the oumm
schools at Chetsuqa N. Y. In 1907-
1906, a student at the eahers' College,
New York, and at the 1908 summer sesa
sion of Columbia University.
SAVED HIS BOYS LIFE.
"My three-year-old boy was badly
constipated, had a hign r-ver and was
In an awful condition. I gave him two
doses of Poley's Orino LaxAtive and
the next morning the fever was gone
and he was entirely well. Foley's
Orino Laxative saved his life." A. Wol-
kusn. Casimbr, Wis. Sold by all drug-
gslpts.
Ea pe ~lta Seert Katertaims.
On the afternoon of Saturday. Octo-
ber 3d. the Kappa Alpha Chapter of the
Kappa Delta Sorority gave an "at
hemo" in the K. A. fraternity rooms of
Bryna Hall. The faculty and student
.b# were invited, and moat of the in.
vUWm were a-p
The guests were met at the door by
timhe u Delt member, aad a nw
dtow a rooam which were tastefairy
decorated In green ad white, the colors
of th sorority. Te color chsebem was
carried o t i the large bouquet of white
re tied with geen and white ribbm.


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The best line of Ladies, Long Coats we ever cadrned are now on display,


in all the best colors.


DUVA


EESUU


AA Improvement over
- system of a cold by as
n estlaetion or money r

F", 1


Next Tuesday. EvE
rhe Supreme Court of Florida con- hav
nt fail to see t"rped Tuesday morning between elevenbere
llll O Se,, in, twelve o'clock, for the first time tha
ce the ending of the long summer on
action All the judges were present er
:ept Judge Cockrell, who has been kinc
L ed at Montreal, N. C., on account i The
Sj (1 thne illness with scarlet fever of his in t
B O ~.le girl, Elizabeth. this
S" )nly routine business was taken up, be r
th the ex eption of the Mays-Kehoe liqu
>e, which was postponed for hearing Stal
til next Tuesday, the 13th inst. This NeA
a done so as to give the counsel in cont
a case time to file briefs. will
___________________n't be deceived by imitations of De. Iev
tt's Carbolized \Vltc Hazel Salve. juDe
S.. hLen you ask for DeWitt's be sure to sho
t it. The name Is stamped on every h-,
x. There is Just one original. Itis all
&[ l l Iron* speciallyy good for piles. We sell and a"
S(A T IV E C ommend them. Sold by Tallahassee 8
OOMPORUS TO MATrg Co. ,The
*many Cough. Lua. and Bro '
ting as etharte on te bo A BARGAIN a nt
sftanded. Prepared by PINEU a

IN wsel
Seal EstaCo.
Real Estate


502 Riverside Avenue
J1cksove, FM
4


NOTICE.

Application for Charter.


Vesper Servics Florida Female

Hereafter these services will be as
usual on the first Sunday of every
month. The followmg program has
been arranged for the first occasion:


Tallahaee, Florida, Sunday, October lTo Al whn it May concern:
11th, 1906. at 4 0 p. m.: OTICE s HEREBY GIVEN THAT (
Prelude"Pastorale Kullah-Best Tuesday. the twenty-seventh day of Octob
Mias bt. A. D. 190. at ten o'clock in the morning. at Qu
M e. in Gadden county, in the State of lorida.
Hymn, "Lord, We Come Before Thee plication will be made by the unadorignd. r
NOW dents of the City of Tallaehbae. ILon coun
,, 'State of Florida. to the Hoorable John W.
Prayer. l one, Judge of the Circuit toert of the Second.
"Lirghet o pano an- organ, Beetho- dicial Circuit of Florida. for a Charter for a C Stops Ind
vYn, MinssS Cline and Turbet ration. under and by virto of the Laws of
U i i ,, State of Florlda regulating the formation of a
Hymn, "Jesus. Savior, Pilot me. poratln not for profit. of which corporation Sour Stomach,
Scripture Reading. name shall be woman's Club of Tal hamess..a -
"Lead, Kindly ght," Pugh-Evans- which eorporation is to be leaked in the ct ltyhiitg a
l lSa .ssVsNe, n county, $%toofor s, a Belching G O i
Miss Sarah Y. ne. u th ofthe corpora sall bet work f
"At Twilight, organ solo, Nevin Ry- maTand moral development and civicimmproi Go to your druggist, get a dollar
der-MissTarbet. meant. Thenmberr of this eA,..tion haUll ,.t of ao'
the undersigned. and all such persons as maybottle of 00 at.
"Andante," violin. August Wilhelmj elected tomnrhp I naid corporation that f
-Mrs. Hequembourg.r in to the method which my e o iwdd e in AndIf you cn onestly sayth et
Hymn, "Blest be the tie that binds w of sid orpor rrat 0O. did not receive any benefit
Benediction .,I he av hwturesexoes ad the astd from it after using the entire bot,-
Pstlude "Postlude in E flat" op 101-- avseot.asstie, the druggist will refund your b
Wm. Faulkes-Mias Tarbet. sall alsobe the Correspo Seeetary. a money to you without question or
wdin. Secretary. Treair anda ad Club delay.
el..whlh said Clu Co nuol shall cona t of "
Married Man In Trouble. av i amd f les and t vether membra We will then pay the druggist
A awoorstion: all ofa mi s and th rie of the rst bole r-
A married man who permits any of the Club Council to e elsem ballo h pr of the flrt bott pur-
member of the family to take anything Prs deabt of ththes corpo in s e e chased by you.
except Foley's Honey and Tar,.for V e- tofp t.eCubciVhePr dt.-ie u ew well i we
of neglect. Nothing else is as good for M1" adanua _aty M MM .o preparas- ---on -
aou s co-ld a.. .d lu- '- p t ul ....... gu~iy Sera r at TrWeaurlan out ther eritn emfraou sneas e u fllwi a
all pulmonary troubles. The genuine amber, wtih asid aual usMetir it tso hed phrar tuateo an eon scents. statetof lelrlkda
F oley's Honey and Tar contains no on the second Thursday in Novmber of sb and to-wit: Lnua four. 4. o block twety-
opiates and is In a yellow package .wr *ew and aret edeeston in to be heldM on two. Villa Mita I seatinsaeeonam4d twa
t e i.. ss -- ieoa y ai Thrday Ila November. A AD. EA and lad township ma. seath of rane ne, .
Sold by all druggists. At said melting to be heMd e the ameond Thar- wat.sper plot le a t heM lae of Clrk ofL.
yln Novemaber. A. D. 1, threashahe illt elit aourit alacte-fcauth of an aers. mee
Fer e1nt. U m thea mius Uhi of tai eso e =or le.s.
S .. ... tioaNtah ai-oalmm-_ as-esear-yto im The said land boi amsemed at the dat of the
Room Ulp-dtairs over the Gas and Cab aiu; tha of id n adidtl a leaMseefid eartamla Mthe sum of J. W.
Water Wos omee. They have been _m_ .Sd" h te al &o i AdMs Uslee dM srtlt shab reiIemed
putf& nf eless orean s^ad twoatwhic held M forea tome trm amserea to law. tax dead wil lssem teomm on
Pt in 4rsOMcaa order, are now twanears. aad thereafter sed ammai eleatib the Ithay of NOesahier. A. D. IN
rady for occupancy. Apply to Mi te.e a.saity.. adwItgiem.e members **e n e WItr r wi n a ,eks and tal thia sha
J. C. Megianis. 1-4t the C Ceone il d e ated e sWr 9,a- lt etO NoMT 1t_
.... ate year in addM a md twv mo MOrr / T. F=l,1
For Chappd iSkl- I e sipi e dsaltm 4 a o amrt er u i eme,
Chapped skia, whether on the hands rlMTar 't Wh a 's Christian Tm-pra-oe
or Sle. may be cared in oNe alght ow bSi U.Im w metat thmMethodistchurch
by applyIng ChamberWlaa's Salve. RIt esaomae s aa Vternooa at 4 o'clock, and the
111 lso i equaled foa son nipples. 6 2S0he n who have moi paid their S2c
bro a aad asalds. Per mla by TallaW t 0 =. am..sirts osu SmeF oa ilve- erip wil pleaseremember to
hassle Dnrag Co. wh aeto MM-no L the asle of s eu ring it.


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State-at.
Madedas required by Section I. Chapter M6,
Aeto 1907.
Showing the amount of taxes charged to the
"Tax Collector"of Leon County. Florida., to be
colleeted for the current year I, sad the appor-
tionment of the same to the several fnds fr
which taxes have been levied:
Total tax for the year Wr...... 4 MI.O
Amount paid toSept. 1. L-.. 44,M.
Balance---------------- --... 14.S Il
APPORTIONMENT.
Generals Reue..............8.... 1 .O
Amount paid toSept. 1. I. mL.17- 6.IM.
Seooa ------------------------. M .
Amount paid to Sept. 1. IM.. 3,811.31- .11?
Polls.------------------------......L 11
Amount paid to lSpt. 1.90L... 1,.W- 1*1
Pine ad Porfeiture.......... I,lMo.
Roads and Bridge............- .O
AamouBtaldto Sept. 1. 190.. 7*1.tt-- 73.,
Spoal SeBooL Dstriet No. 1. &L12 M l
Amount paid to Sept. 1. 190.. 4.6LIS- ."W.R

AttMst- aHmxv T. VUL,
Cnrk of Circuit Court. Leon County. FlridM .
September 1ot. 1MB.
In the Circuit Court of the Second Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida, for Leon Ocan-
ty-In Chancery.
Mary M. Raw and her'Husband., W. A. Rawl.,
vs. Bartow B. Wilson and Clfford W. Wilson.'hl
Wife.
WHEREAS IT HAS BEEN M4DE TO AP.
S pear by the affidavit of W. H. rEl9attorar
for the complainants in the above entitled oav
that the defendant. Bartow B. Wso and Clif-
ford W. Wilenn. his wife, are reMidenta of a Stafte
other than the State of Florida. to.wi: the S:ate
of Georia. that their place of resident and po a
offtee addr is AtlantaGeorgia. that theor mb
person in the State of Florida the serve a
subpoena upon whom would bind the said defend
ants,. and that the maid defendants aad elai *f
them are over the awe of twenty-one years, th.m
fore it is ordered that the aid defendant.,
tow B. Wilson and Clifford W. WUson. hi
do appear to thi bill of complaint laed Iai
aue aon them day of Novembar. A. D.U I L i
to plead answer or demur thereto
*It is further ordered that this order be pub.
ished In The Weekly True Demoerat. a w
Per published in the city of Taliahmee. e S
wmnty of Leoa. In the State of Florida. m a
week for four oosecutive weeks.
Witnessmy hand and thea Mal of aui eewt at
rala m Plorida. this 17th day of ccSetn .
iAL1. HENRY T. FELIXI
Clrk cireuit oourt. Lea county. m Fi .
A tru ecy, ,p
Attst--Harty T. PxwesL.
W4t clert circuit court. Looeounty. a.


NOTICE TO PROPKRTT OWNSIE.
Special Tha Levy for Water Works ad Frae P
tection.
OTICE IB HEREBY GIVLN TRAT
the latentie of the City CommW of I th
of Takimhemo PUMLr toP sm Os
Thrday. the ffteath day of Ceser
provfin for the k"!t aO a speelel
one-half ml, for Water Weks ad

w. x. .
Attest-A. WILIAMS& CD
Ireamof the CItyCmeaeS

DeWitt's Little Early Riaere
famous little pills easy to takto
sure and gentle. Get Early
They ane the best pills made.
them. Sold by Tallahasee D I,


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A UTUM days should remind you that it is time to make preparations for
The chilling winter Breezes, and the prices we name you on seasona-

ble merchandise should remind you that you should come to us for


Best Colicoes



5c


Yard.


VJIIiI V IU Ji1 U I Write quick to
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder to
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine ca y WA RAND LPH


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spent two days in Toronto where they
were delightfully entertained at the
King Edward Hotel, being treated in a
royal manner with theatre and auto-
mobile parties, ferry rides on Lake On.
tario, banquets, and in other ways. Al
midnight of the 23d the entire part)
was taken by special trains in palace
cars, provided with every convenience
and luxury, to Huntsville, Ontario, ar,
riyvin there at 9:30 next morning
where they took a steamer through th<
"Lake of Bays," arriving at Norwa3
Point in time for dinner at the Manu
Hotel. This was built last winter b)
haulinall the material over ice. Th4
pty returned to the train an.
went almost to the extreme northern
portion of Canada to Cobalt, where thb
government built a railroad three year
0 and where is said the richest save
in the world is located. Fouh
year ago there wasn't a house here.
mad now the town ham a population o
W00. This trip was provided the visit
n by the Toronto people. Mr. Snipes
Ss.Canada t Isa great country, an
they don't do things by halves. HE
aid he heard Mr. Bryan speak at Nia1
car This was the trip of their if4
for Mr. and Mrs. Snipes.and theyeoel,
moe thlro l enjoy it as it was onc
tirly e. The Atlantic Coast Llnt
giving them the trip. C
Mr. Jack Barnett, who is assstinfg
his uanle, the popular erk of court i
his ak in Talahsee, recently vWsi
o friend, Mr. Louis Patterson, for
Mm.Y. E. Chaim returned hom.I
lat Friday from a visit to her paent
a*t Moley HaL, bringing her sister
oEe Am-ada Patterson, who will at
ted ourw school
Jd J. B. Conner, of Centreville,
viaite couin, Mrs. Carmine, las
Smday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mickler are still ast
Loyd. Mr. Mickler thinking best to
ran his meeting over to this week
Rav. Mr. Harin, of Montieello, assist-
ltg him, and prospects were bright fort
a Bmeetinf. wl
M Mary Woodberry will' roR
9at our Senior Lea therO N
week in th District C of mceal
th pMter and wife. Little Clye E-
S. w o thi aftenoon a the Junior
L rMprstative in Pla of l
Iw went with b mother to
Te dy who ha ben nrs th
Little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Up-
hesuib th gh his attack of appnmdici-
ls was o tiplle to leave yeteday tor
al "ther e aeent Cecil is al-
am entirely weallnow much to the do-
!Im Robet ana children and M la
Myrtle Grahmh, of Centreville, cames
dw to Chaibres Monday and took tbe
#aft for Moantieello. Km. Roberts will
Aft her voters for a week and Miss
,jXrts will visit friends for a day or
we md then go on to her aunt, Mra.
slusn, for a couple of weeks.
About thirty-five little folks met at
It home of the Junior League Super-
hedMnt last Friday afteroo and I
MySed themselves with gae, tc. Re-
.to ConsiesUng of lemonade,
. and Ipeautas were served them en-
er trees. When we think of the
epiu ility resting upon those having
g-one e little ouse, and what poesi-
are wrapt up in them. we are
E E to believe they do not re-
h e attention due tem from the

Ow CoMas for Job Printing.


m a iwh.rntwboeanbe tahtto
~V FDAT MOK NINt. ate the home paper. ItTs the t a
e. s---- tone of mntelUgece in all those ma l
CMTS DOWN TR rCONPTITIOnN not to bA learned to books. Give yor to
OW children a foreign paper which coatalma M
no word about any person, place or It&
Pristers Can Regala NMch of the thing which they ever saw or perhaps
aslasess That Formerly Went to ever heard of, and how can you expect ri
Uncle l them to be interested ? But let them to
Uncle Sam. have the home paper and read of per. an
Patrons of Uncle Sam in the matter sons whom they meet, and places wilh coi
of stamped envelopes will be interested which they are familiar, and soon an tis
in a recent order promulgated by the interest is awakened which increases etc
postal department and which provides with every daily arrival of the local pa- oet
that hereafter no advertisement shall per. Thus a habit of reading is formed. No
be printed on the stamped envelopes and those children which read the pa- at
supplied by the government. Printers per all their lives and become intelli- Sta
have always opposed the government's gent men and women. a credit to their C
intrusion into their field. ancestors, strong in their knowledge of ne
The government ruling is made to the world as it is today. -Taylor Coun-
comply with an act of congress approved ty Herald.
in June, 1906, and which has not been A
fully lived up to by all as yet. The act Why Colds Are Dangerous. 01
provides that no envelopes shall be sold Because yum have contracted ordi-
by the government containing litho- nary cols anmi recovered from them
graphing or engraving, nor any printing without rt rea!ment of any kind, do not ai
nor advertisements, except a printed for at mnion t i imagine that colds are Law
request to return the letter to the not dangeron. IEvcryoivne knows that k
sender in case of its non-delivery. inunm.onla and rhroiic ctrurh huve ant
No advertisement or special device ti1ir origin in a counmon col ('on- Aug
will be allowed of any kind, nor the stuimption is not causP,1 by a coll. Iut
names or addresses be printed by the 1 prere the tern for the B
government. The matter to be printed r ,ct,tion and d will be limited to a request to return i.rins that would not otherwise have I L
after a given number of days, name of .
purchaser, or society, rural delivery ll l. .. .ious dis tas e. Dipth ith.ria;
route, box number or street address. .,.tfei_,. .ases ani whoo.in.
Names indicating or incidentally dis-" 4. fw a an o .
closing the nature of purchaser's busi- cogh are much more likely to e
ness vocation will not .e stamped upon loti e'ed when the child has a cold(l. To
I vocaionUI wrill not U sta ed~ upo Yoii will See fro. this that ore real.
the stamped envelope unless it be certi- ou, w.l e f rm ths that more re C
fled by the postmaster with the requisi lani:'r urks in a cold than in any
tion that such a name is under corporate o'"ir of the com uion alluinnts. The
charter, incorporation or copartnership .asi. t an quickest way to cure a
agreement, and that the name has not cold is to take Chamberlain's Cotgh
been assumed to get the advertisement Re'nwdv. rhe many remarkable cures
printed on the envelope unless it be ff'ctf(ed hby this preparation have made 1274.
clearly for advertisement. The ruling it a staple article of trade over a large
is a strict one and is being adhered to part of the world. For sale by Talsa. 127.
by the department. -Sanford Herald. hass, ( Drug Co.
Chaires Personal and Local. F'or every dollar in cash spent with
.. e ... us we give one hundred coupons to be'
Chaire, October 6.-Mr. and Mrs voted in the True Democrat Piano Con-
R. C. Snipes arrived at their home in test. P. T. NicHo-laO, The Jeweler.
Georgetown, S. C., last Wednesday I.
from Canada, where they went to at- VY u ha oe often be
tend the National Convention of Gene- .Ou 1,r, --
eral Passenger and Ticket Agents. Jdiffert, e n thie 1
Mr. Snines writes his mother that thev diffe Sc etWCCU ..


Aug. 11. Henry Hopkinm. Repair
of building at New Hope -
Au. 11 J. E. Whitehead. Repair of
building at Lake Hall and Brad-
fordvilisl.................. ..
Aur. 11. Yagew-Bethbl ardware
Co. Incident for iSebools.. ..
Aug. T. Tallahassee Hardware Co.
Incidentals forShools .....


Total expended for schools


$


7.00


40.50
7.20
6.70
61.40


BZPZNBUi OF ADMINIMTATION. 3?C.


Aug. 11. E. B. Fppew. salary of Su-
perintendent. ., ...... .... S
Aug. 11. D. Boatwright. pr dium
and mileage. member of Board. -
Aug. 11. John E. Perkin. Commis-
aion of Treaurr ..............


100.00
10.00
M*


13 Aug. 11. C. D. Robertson. Ineideat-
window-trimmers, -ea4 als or Boardand 8pt.......... 1.00
h M ^A... Weekly Tru* Demorat. -
the same materials for h ,i A u..W.A.De..ily.C.om. ITS
your attention and collecting Sub Scbool Fund 67.50
our attention and held ^., .__
Total expenditure 48.92
cleverness and art manr EP D. R cox. Charm
The other realized soi NOTICE CTION.
in the materials placedC O
less some one calle To Tr Ssuurrw or IFoNo CouMNT. o, r:T
ESTATE OF PLoaMDA:
bungling you would X BET KNOWN THAT i. CLAY CRAW.
S B FORD. emqtary of tate of the State of
nf its existences Floridadohushy ivnoUaethata


S. GENERAL ELECTION
An advertised nmwil be m L nty. State I of Flord on
Onday next seea-dins the t ret Monday t o No.
results in accordance ,-ubN.A..- ...hM* Tusaibein.th*
-- i. THIMD Y OF NOVNMIR.
in preparing nhis v er amft"MrB. Uet,.
make people asp and a ao,.= I ItI o- .. -- ., of
S F~nGen~G oa f t=eSwatemoflorida.
sand out*. MW a netf atwfthe Stateonoviia.
i WAttorer-G.enloof th oState of Florida.
*T -lofor capr a*a eo" r orMS.
He must not on1 ,PM 1i.fthta.atfIrWMs
VWP9r 8 enoutdt tPuae latetion of the
that are attractive to .wm, A.,ito.st..of
to the people's needs tlwZo .f e awt co. .t th
W1r two r d thi Kouse of R tproft-e
The window-tri cc t R *
mistake of thinking P '31^J
are the most., salable.. -...dT
make the mistake O om Sp t oft4 Pmb.i ntrc-
words are the most Mcl F 0o-0=*4
Windows are toneS. sC.....t.. .
.. Fo Jastiw ( tha PaMelt and forth follow-
used with indiscretiotFj!g"of iamorhe
ci J-*^L rn aod Wt I.U.7.w&0. 16. itca
puts those goods Dbac 4:,inMW v.:'ut
.. ..1 ... t Ib TbveM t 6 eV anto a my
nine people Out o h w OW_4e On Gt ea of e
v L. Steee h F&orida. at TaseMhaa. th Capi-
have seen them. li, ,s.a u dray .&o mbe. A. D.


.L CL&Y CRAWIPOLD.
To W. M. LAxonroM, SiNr LMe Conty.

Leon County Lands for Sale
at Reasonable Prices.


I have decided to cuta part of
my 1600 acre plantation up into
small tracts, to suit satisfactory
purchasers who would make good


The good adv
which nine readers c
can be convinced.
od Newspaper spai
and dow, just as the sh(
" merchandise pictures
and ed street- in the b
ted prosper rous perSon,
thde desirable than one u

Sneighborhood. An
Why Jamee Lee Got Well.
Everyboy In Zanesvllle., ., knows
Mrs. Mary Lee, of rural route 8. She
writes: "My husband, James Lee,
firmly believes he owes his life to the
use of Dr. King's New Discovery. His
lungs were so severely affected that
consumption seemed inevitable, when
a friend recommended New Discovery.j
We tried. It, and Its use has restored I
him to perfect health." Dr. King's'
Discovery is the King of throat aad
lung remedies. Fwr eoughs an oolds
It has no equal. The first dee gives
relief. Try It! Bold under guratee at
All druggists. 5Oc and $1.. TrIal bot.
tie free.

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Inei-chbors.


This is some of the


very best agricultural lands in
Leon County. For Iparticulars
and prices, address
Wm. ROBERTS.
TallahassoeFla.


R. F. D.' No. 1.


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B=a watch and aM the eopoetla
S Dmocrat Pianoe Costit. P.
T. NicaOm, The Jewelr.


od which oCf a teartoons the
wspapers had printed aboet ha -he
ed the bat. Brnin forth a ear.
M printed in the Nw York World,
r. Bryan said: "That's my favor-
It is not only cartoons, but news sto-
* from all parts of the earth ;lUas-
ited articles about science, religion,
t, politics, tragedy, romance, et. ;
mic skits by Amperica's leading ar-
ts; sporting, theatrical, flaasialI
:., facts and figures and ,core os
eir proment features that make the
w York Sunday World the best mag-
ne-newspaper published in the United
tes.
)rder next Sunday's World from your
swedealer in advance.
monthly Financial Statement
County Board of Public Instruction.
STATE or PLosDA. COMTrr or LAon.
1taaa- Hr.. 8"t. 1.1il.
I Henry T. ekOL Clerk Circuit Court:
r-ln complmb with ectioM 3 chap r Mt
s of Florida. we berebr file with you the fo -
lg itemisd flnanetal statonent of all school
we received, appropriations made and war-
Slsed for the month ending the Slat day of
A. D. 190M:
aCArruI.ATION or COUNTY FUvND.
lance in treasury ma per last
*tatnent ...... ..... .- 9.564.30
el pts for mouth as Itemized
herein .1... .. 1,127.48
sarratsa outstanding this
date .- ..-............ .90
1110.777.0
arrants outstanding as per,
last report ..... ......... 37& 0
ital warrants drawn this
month as itemized herein... S419
sh inhandsof treasurer this
date .... .. 10.067.28
-$o10.777.
WA3.ArTr DRAWN.


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A CONVINCING PROOF
of the worth of a medicine is the eures it can effect. Brery
one who has used Ballrd's Snow Limiaent knows that t wi
l Tn RHEUMATISM, crs, SPRAINS, STIFF JO
CURE **S" ^. : @1 CONTACTED MUS-
AND ALL PAINS.


USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS.
V. L. Settle Richmond, Mo., writes:- "This is to
certify that I lave used your Snow Liniment for ten
years for rheumatism, nouralgia, lame back, eto..
and in every ease it has readored mrredite ree
and satiafaction."
AveW all Substltute. Three Sizes 2. c, Or, $.i
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
0oo0-02 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS. MO.


Sold and ReOcommended by

FOR SALE BY HAREE-SMITH DRUG COMPANY.


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Who's Who


r-fl IONAL CARDS.

P. L t WM. J. OVEN.
RANkY &'OVEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Z. FLORIDA.
NB. Ea.s. JoHN L. NELr.y.
ELLIS & NEELEY,
-, UITUM A" O00353i0M AT LAW,
7.' 1 &8Ja N Mowm UInDmo.
Ut I AwlasC, FLORIDA.
C. M. AUSLEY, M. D.
COMICS IN TELEPHONE
H" & TELEGRAPH BUILDING
S* NT TO UBRARY. : :
*Home Phonem Office Phone .

%IIHEAP ADVERTISING
V' CENTS PER LINE
1All ClMsed-Wsats. Por Samt Exchanse To
SBlt, cts. Beh insertion6 eotaMper line and no
i. than U cnis, e-sh in advance.
SFOR SALE-1I,000,000 feet of good
jE b pine timber, is in two miles of
1= UKebo* Air Line Railway, 12 miles
-*of Tallahasee. Owner will log it.
Apply to this office for particulars. 38
FoR SALE-Medium-sized Florida-
' raised mule, at reasonable price. Call
mn J. H. Fountain, 94 West Tennessee
s street, Tallahassee, Fla. 33 tf
r'o SAL Set of New Cone Pul-
b qy. A bargain at this office.
SFor Good '1 tobacco Land, Stock Farms
Sor Building Lots, near City, apply to
Q. G. Gibbs, Tallahamsee, Fla. 30 2m


P3 NN E AMes will open her pri-
'hool Thursday, October 1st.
Toib three dollars ($3.00) per month
*ij n advance. 80-2t
UsDah STAMPS No need to send
fr W Tallahassee for Rubber Stamps.
We make them quick as good as the
.. lestal cheap.
P FOR SA -Cheap, a 25 h. p. boiler
S and 1 p. engine. Been used 16
mon. ths. Address, C. 0. ANDRaWS,
.. Tallahassee, Fla., at the Capitol 22tif
S Sa Us! I Fpr all kinds of printing.
Furnish your stationery neatly printed
as cheap, or cheaper than you can buy
blank paper from retairs Every
* farmer should have his printed Letter-
heads and Envelopes.
COTTAGr for rent on Adams street
jMot below the ;eon Hotel. Has :
oonvenlaces. Apply at True Democrat,
oeice. 24tf
SLo.-A pair of gold nosee laes,
between the El Praovdo cWir
mad the depot. Reward wil be paid
left at this office. 8
WA r -A position as book-keeper
with o horthad included, byay.
S For further information apply to the
offee of the True Democrat. 29W-tf
Isoaw-A large comfortable room,
S outhern exposure, with board for a
couple. Apply to Mrs. Howard Gamble,
East Call Street V
WANT. -A good medium aida safe.
Apply at Yasger Bethel Co. p'
FPo WOOD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
Phone No. 217. 29
FOR SALD-Or exchange for country
prod two hadomechaae.
88 Ma B. Z. McLm.


FPo SALI.-200 bushels 90 day seed
oats in sacks. Apply to, or write P. L.
Loatwright, P. 0. Box 2=, Tallahassee,
l. 80-4t.
TH_ BrT.-For the Best Shingle and
Roof Paint, confer with me. I make a
paint that will save your roof for years.
* -2t JOammt DmUNAN.
To R rm-Two anunfur ed ad one
furnihaed room. A to Mrs. W. T.
Weter, 648 Sth Ad Street.
TUMAs Noiczs, printed on cloth
fm ao ueteat reasonable prices at
d It might be well to rnm
heq TIna Notiees I your boame


aid


Why, in the Retaill Worild.


AM Ycry Scris and Trthfl Facts About Thm.


Now, just at the very opening of the fall season, we feel called

upon to introduce our Nobby Line of Dress Goods to you.

We will mention the washables first. .


Any pattern you can command in Suitings, Ginghams, Flannelletts, Outings,
Percales, Swoisette, Serges, and many others too, at prices from .
Brilliantines and Mohairs in the new stripe effects, Plaids and all the styles
in Solid Colors, 36 to 45 inches wide, at .
Voiles, Panamas, Serges, Flannells, and Broadeloths, in all the Novelty
Shades, at .


8 to 25c

50c

75c to $1


Specials in Black Voile this week.


ALFORD BROTHERS,


140 South Monroe Street. Phone 39.
Tallahassec, Florida.


The Store that gives the MONEYS WORTH.


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MI- -d _h_ -M- A, Ab 11ml-fi -& -m AL-f,A--mL.f- 12- A--AL-A,-OL_ _AL -L


Will Isler, a prosperous young white
farmer of Leon county, was shot Tues-
day by a young negro named Kid
Thomas. In his dying testimony to
Judge Meginniss, Isler stated that he
stopped at the house of a negro named
Sawney Sweet for a drink of water.
He passed through the house into the
yard, and on his way to the well met
Thomas, who immediately began firing
at him with a pistol. Four of the shots
lodged in Isler's body and caused his
death twelve hours later. The wounded
man was brought into town to the Sil-
ver Cross Hospital, and was attended
by skilled physicians, but died Tuesday
night. He said that he had no idea
why the negro should have shot him.
A colored woman also was shot and
killed at the Name time and place, pre-
sumably by the same negro. The mur-
derer is still at large.


Heavy. Impure blood makes a mud-
dy, pimply complexion, headaches,
nausea. Indigestion. Thin blood makes
you weak, pale, sickly. Burdock Blood
Bitters makes the blood rich, red,
pure-restores perfect health.
Wednesday Mr. W. T. Banks learned
the horse that was missing from his
pasture had fallen in a well. Getting
tools, hands and a team to go out to
rescue the horse, the horses in the team
he was driving out on Clinton street be-
came frightened and unmanageable and
ran away. Mr. Banks and the hands
were thrown from the wagon and Mr.
Banks was so severely injured that he is
yet laid up. Truly misfortunes hardly
ever come singly.
Tell the merchants you seen their ad-
vertisement in the True Democrat
Special Naster's Sale.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE
of forelosure remdw on the 14th day of
September. A. D. 1 by the Cvteit Court ofthe
Second Jadidal C of Flda, In and for tht
county c ina, in chfrY Sittinw a a ecr-
to cause pOndin thwei. w b' L s C. To-
sor is eoo leiamt d Jmn .L Buarrw ad Su-
sM Banow mdin ta, I will el at public
outer to tbe hishet bddr, for eeh. before the
county ouc-bomus door in the ity of Tallaha-
a i in Wiomity, e the d day of November.
A. D. IM between the boun r l 11 o'clock a. m.
and I o'clock p. .. all that eertain piece or parcel
of land ituak, aw and dng in sid county.
known aOd dorlMd as follow to-wit: Cm-
mincing at the northeast corner f the northeast
quarter of northwest qrtr of section twentr-
two o tsnwi seuoath of range 1 st. theme
run west 5i4 -ltht foeet. thence south I.t feet.
theme east 7M -10tha feet, thence north 1 feet
to the plsse t gm in .the above dearibed land
ottabdtn*I a- r asm mawn or IseM.
Pusreasor to for doess.
This 14th day I Septemaber A. D. 10S.
ALEXANDER H. WILLIAMS.
U-St Speciel Master in Chanowy.
Exec uion Sale.


Under and by virtue of an ont.loo issued on
the Slst day of Septmber, A. D. IA S, out of the
ort f the County Judetn and fr Lson county
flwM, inaertaincmae pea finstriwmbere-
G OBW P. Banks and DaMtoJ.and. parbpo
a ne Udw t nme oande tys of
L=i cm La Od InvemenM Comany. Wa
t=a and IlelPamer is defenkat. I have o
Od = wd Ul M-tPO eaW to36Wothe high-
h due the euntr court hose
dewrintho city of tlaa *o d day of
NovemberA. D.i, S th hours Of 11
'dockLm.mand' k.W 6 .an. thon certain
oeeor p *lot i-R lyinga and being
in the ityof TashAIneadd wsunty of Loon.
more rticularly knownad dswrbod fellow,
to-vit.-Lot numbePod a deast half of lot num-
bred 10 f the o*rinsl pint Of mid city.
WIaMA"M LAWOO .,
8-t om f to SSd County.
A SHAKING UP
may all be very well so far as the
trusts are oonoerned, but not when it
comes to chills and fever and malaria.
Quit the quniale and take a real cure
-Ballard's Herblne. Contains so harm-
ful drupe and Is as certain as taxes.
If it doesn't cure, you oget your money
back. Harde mith Co.. rusggist.

Fri& psads aeed at Hoees' Dr
Coceel-. II


HILL'S BOOK STORE


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.


Respectfully,
J. F. HILL.


Book and Stationery Store.


SNays-Keoe "Contest Case Taken to mHe Mre Liquor Advertiseinents.
Supreme Court.-eartlng Set for The Nebraska State Journal and the
Next Tuesday. 1 Evening News, of Lincoln, Nebraska,
The Supreme Court of Florida con- have recently issued a statement to the
ved Tupesed C m orn f Finoetw dan -len effect that no more new contracts will
vened Tuesday morning between eleven made for liquor.. oadvertisements....
and twelve o'clock, for the first time that ,,pon the oiaration of the existing
since the ending of the long summer -at upon the expcration of the existing
vacation. Al the judges were present contracts, the coumns of these two p-
except Judge Cockrell, who has been pers will be free from all matter of any
detained at Montreal, N. C. on account kind advertising intoxicating liquors.
detained at Montreal, N. C., on accounted announcement which has ap
of the illness with scarlet fever of his Te .uncement w ^.s p,--
little girl, Elizabeth. in these papers is as follows:' From
Sl-',..gi ...ic ...ne. w I this time forward, no new contracts will
Only routine business was taken up, be made for advertisingintoxicating
with the ex eption of the Mays-Kehoee
th te ex e no Kh liquors in the columns of the Nebraska
case, which was postponed for hearing State Journal and the Lincoln Evening
until next Tuesday, the 13th inst. This News. Upon the expirationof existing
was done so as to give the counsel in ont e ti ing
the case time to file briefs. contracts no advertising of this class
the will be admitted to these publications."
Don't be deceived by Imitations of DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve what you need and what you
When you ask for DeWitt's be sure to ju t what yo needay fandp in t
get it. The name is stamped on ever should get right away ftor pain in the
get Th.er to j e orignal. t Is back. backache, rheumatic pains, and
box. There is just one original all urinary and bladder troubles. Thou-
especially good for plies. We sell and sands of people suffer from Kidney and
recommend them. Sold by Tallahassee Bladder trouble and do not know it
Drug Co. They think it Is a cold or a strain.
Don't take any chances. Get DeWitt's
A D A gD i_ A T XT Kidney and Bladder Pills. They ase
A A DJ A 11 A 1 GI antiseptic and promptly soothe the
pain. Don't fall to insist upon Do.
TMX Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
IN sell them. Sold by Tallahassee Drug
Co. *
Real Estate


W UUU: WVUUU:

I am prepared to furnish
Wood in any lengths. Hard
Wood and Pine.
Yards, 94 West Tennessee
Street, Tallahassee, Fla.
J. H. FOUNTAIN.
i


Kodol


Stops Indigestion

Sour Stomnrh, Heartburn,
Belching, Gas on Stomach.


Dear friend:
Have you gone back to school? I
have.
What do you have for lunch? I get
some nice cookies and chipped beef and
cheese and things at the grocery.
Mama says its lots nicer and cheaper
and lots less trouble than baking up
things for me.
And then mama helps me with my
lessons too. And she says that is bet-
ter than spending so much time in the
kitchen.
Your fiend,
JACOB.
P. S. That's why she gets so many
things all ready to eat from
RANDOLPH & PENN'S
Successor to T. H. Randolph & Son.
A full and complete Lie of Men's,
Womans and Chidrensd Hoasiery, car-
riedby Bums &Co. A tbs as ow as
ean be made consistent with the quaity
of goods emar ned it
See Colm fwr Job Pitig.


Go to your druggist, get a dollar
bottle of Kodol.
And If you can honestly my that
you did not receive any benefit
from it after using the entire bot-
tle, the druggist will refund your
money to you without question or
delay.
We will then pay the druggist
the price of the first bottle pur-
chaaed by you.
If you knew as well as we
do how good a preparation Kodol
is, it would be unnecessary for us to
guarantee a single bottle. '
But to let you know how good
Sit s, as well as we know, we will
practically purchase the first bottle
for you. '

We know there are thousands
sof pra who suffer fromnde-
o i and dyspeps who would be
grateful to us for putting them lt
touch with KodoL
That is why.


Furthermore, we know tht
after you have used Kodol your
faith in the preparation will be
equal to ours.
This proposition we make Is
altogether unselfish, but Is
by the knowledge. that theu
Kodol by you will eneft you M
well as ourselves.
How could we afford to make
such an offer to the public.
And bow could we to
spend thousands of dollars to tell
you about It unless we positively
knew and were sure of the merMt
of Kodol.
We couldn't-it would boak-
rupt us.
Please try it today at our rd.L
Kodol digests al the food you es
Eat what you want sad It
Kodol digest It
Kodol Is made atsthe laboatr
leaof a Do Wutt6O., t OblM
The 61.00 bos etemNOW
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HAYWARD RANDOLPH
502 Riversde Avenue
JacySOMvuk, ML


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the Devotional dowa-no thetflor
L .,, ofwcers Dwerev ap- worth1,get up stam m ad k oI" t s
ieyer, v< ee" Do you want *ts? Bid for It. o
3~t -r, I tor want busl to coine to your tow
SVce Presdent-Beie Temple; Encourage what you have. Do
e President, Glady Crawfnrd. Bessiewant a prospereas town? Then never
td Vice President-Lillias Collins; permit jealousy to ule your action,
Assistant, Joy Ganey. but work together for common prosper-
3d Vice President- Helen Saxon: As- ty and mutual benefit.
sitaent, Ruby Byrd. The kickers on the farm are not so
4th Vice President-Janet Byrd; As- hard to get along with as the kickers In
distant, Blonza Cates. town. On the farm there io the kiek-
Secretary- Eugene Casler; Assistant, ing cow, and our long-eared friend, the
Julretary Blackburn. Caler; Aitant, mule, while in town there is the old
Treasurer-Russell Mickler; Asis-. mossback who wants all the municipal
tant, Rourie Proctor. improvements without paying for them.
Agent Epworth Era-Paline Wallace. The cow may be sold for beef, the mule
Oiganitt-Bessie Temple traded for a shot gun, but how on earth
Prayer Meeting Secretary Jaunita will we get rid of the town kicker?-
Forbes. : Exchange.
Organist for the Prayer Meeting- More T'an rn.ough I oo Much.
Mary Fessell. ',' ilntain heath, a mature man
Hospital Committee- Flosida Fessel,. or wonm in n,,i. jt enough food to
RuaEppes, Jaunita Forbes, Pauline i,,air 1, asti. and supply energy
Wav "e. and body heat. Trhe habitual consump-
Capt. John H. Law is out on his tion of more food than IP necessary for
plam for a few days preparing to come thmse purposes Is the prime cause of
with his family a little later for the stomach troubles, rheuma!sm and dis-
winter as usual Tallahaseeans are al- orders of the kidneys. 1: troubled with
ways delighted to welcome them. indigestion, revise your diet, let rea-
son and not appetite control and take
Hon. S. C. Bott, of Monticello, has a few doses of Chamberlain's Stom-
been visiting among his warm Tallahas- ach and Uver Tablets and you will
see friends this week and made this of- soon be all right again. For sale by
flee a pleasant visit. Tallahassee Drug Co. *
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VAN BRUNT & DEMILLY.


AT COST:


Our entire stock of Men's and Boys Clo-
thing, Blankets, Comforts, Trunks, Trav-


eling Bags,


Shoes, Ladies Under-wear,


Men's Shirts and Underwear at strictly
First Cost. :: :: :: ::


VAN BRUNT & DEMILLY.


JESSE


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STEINWAY


PIANO,


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PIANOS,


the perfecton of complete armon
and durability.


'he RICHMOND and the CHASE PIANOS


All of the highest standard.


The Prodct of Generations of Piano Progress.


*Writ, for catalogue.


EE N. Dto ANfl "oMONIGOM1ERY,
J iSSE FRENI PIANO CO., l .:
A. (. FORBES, Manager.


Bombay Vapor, and What it Dos. X-Rays Are Not Needed.
Cleans, lays dust, destroys mosquitoes, roaches and all in-
sects. Prevents fevers and contagious disease. A perfect It is tremely parting to perie wih
disinfectant and deodoriser. Positively harmless. Non- It a extremely perating to experiment with
explosive. Manufactured by BOMBAY VAPOR COMPANY, expensive articles and not experience satisfaction.
408 W. Forsyth street, Jacksonville, Florida. Y .-
__ "________________ __________ You connot tell even by examination with x-rays
C, [ 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 sprayed on horses and .
perfectly harmless and non-explosive. cows, flies will not bother them. Horses from some one xtaat WPl has ended some time
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 Ara quality xists in
floors, stores, cafes, hotels, public build- Bombay Vapor disinfects, deodorizes,
ings, hospitals, churches steamships, cleans, polihes 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 Xtre*- Xtent. No further
Bombay Vapor cleans furniture of all Bombay Vapor. recommended by hun- who xto- them to an xtr e tnt. NO further
kinds, polished marble or tiles, painted dreds who have used it and are ready to explanation need be acted or expected, therefore
walls, show cases, buggies, automo- testify to its merits.
biles, typewriters, after chair. Doctors, druggists, lawyers, store- Is g oj.. .. ..of u--
(prevenstikig), rugs carpets and keepers. hotels, manufaturers, ivery-: exercise good judgment and buy one of our extra
metal work of all kinds, doors, win- men, dairymen and many others use and fin c B S r
dows, woodwork and mirrors. recommend Bombay Vapor. fine, excellent Buggies, Surries, Road Carts, Runa-
Bombay Vayor prevents fevers and
all contagious diseases if freely used in J. D. CAY, AgeUt. bouts, or Farm Wagong, and be extremely happy,
all sinks, Closets, pantries and damp, Tsnsb.... ie.
dark places in around the home.
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. O |n,
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.
It also acts as a splendid insecticide and the odor is not CA 9
at all offensive. I have also 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, Ht. RICHARDSN.






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