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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 16, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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NO. 34.

Good Government; Honesty In Public Office, Equal Justice to All--Special


to None.


e mdy Writes Vary later.
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BLLa, FLA., Oct. 5, 1908.
-Tre Democrat:
'My Dear Sir-We seem to be living
in li age which delights in reminiscen-
0ee8 I have just read in your columns
ithe letter of Rev. Joshua Knowles, giv-
w. lag a graphic description of early Meth-
odism away back in 1836, when I was
three years old. To read such letters
i' i a feast to all old timers, and should
be to the present generation. I can't
go back to 1886, but that letter re-
freshesmy mind and draws me into a
reminiscent mood, amid recalls a period
a few jars later, when I was a twelve-
S year-old boy. At that time my father.
James Edward Hendry,. lived eighteen
miles north of Thomasville, Ga., on the
Thomasville and Albany road, which
was a great thoroughfare in that day.
Jt was along this road great droves of
mules were driven from Tennessee and
Kentucky down to the plantations of
Florida and sold to the large cotton
planters of the Tallahassee region.
Newport and St. Marks. as I remember
now. were the shipping points for thou-
sands and thousands of cotton bales,
raised in that day and Tallahassee was
then directly on the line of transit over
the common dirt roads carried on wag-
Sons drawn by six-mule teams. It was
in that day many small farmers would
take their products of their farms from
Thomas county, Ga., to Tallahassee
and sell them to the dealers and pur-
chase their salt, coffee, flour, tobacco
Sad sometimes their whiskey. Return-
Sing home after a week's journey with
supplies to last them many long months,
and as happy and cheerful as the farmer
of the present day drives to the rail-
road depot, only a few short miles
away. It was on an occasion of this
kind that.! first saw Tallahassee. I be-
v' e it was in 1844 or 1846. It seemed
to e that Tallahassee was a great city
If remember correctly Mr. Perkins
S w of the bigeet merchants there.
S''l a horse cart, and my father
alnag on horseback. Other farm-
were along, composing a lively,
crowd, camping at night at conve-
watering places. It was a cold
d, and we had rousing camp fires
&the okld fashion. Those wbo never
d a lury of this nature miss so
Sof M'e pliseasures. Think of it,
S aphg by the water brooks, with large
SSes made from oak and pine, with lax-
.ies cooked at home by mother and
d temr, making your own camp coffee
S/trq, not the poorstuff usually served
t fashionable hotels and boarding
S houses. I drove into the city of Talla-
bassee early in the morning when the
Sfroet was on the ground, not a freee,
but cold enough to frost and cause to
button up closely in faded old home-
made brown jeans. It was then I saw
the first mullet fish, fresh from St.
Marks, caught the night before. I
don't believe that the old St. Marks
railroad was in operation then, and I
behave that these fish vendors hauled
theab all the way from the seashore ,
toaveliag all night to reach the Talla-
b aeee market. I can recall but little
of Tallahassee as it was then. I have
s' eM a good deal of it since, but I am
p that these days were the hap-
'" it days Tallahassee ever enjoyed.
They seemed at that day to be a pros-
SVmsrous, happy people. All along the
S Wad leading from Thomasville to Talla-
haee were immense cotton plantations.
Lands, rich and fertile, having, been but
i recently converted from their virgin
' .'atate Into great and magnificent fertile
*"' de. I have heard that after this pe-
'. riod Tallahassee was consumed by fire,
and that most of the big stores went up
smoke. I remember theipof hearing
that Mr. Perking. above mentioned.
* said after the fire that he would build
e n the ashes of his store and make a
fortune still, and I heard he did. Little
did the happy people of Tallahassee and
K, ld Leon county dream of the store of
eand vieisitude awaiting for
ULittle did these great big-
m wealthy eitiens of that day
teIr hundreds of slaves and broad
dream that a day mo the ear fe-
yeah so me when these slaves
bthe ales of government, and that
iaguaueeat mansion. and broad

weua be a burden upon their
youthNs wounl sacrilce their
IB dsleme of their coueuttu-
u a, aad, it 1i well they did

I was n-
.* Flu.*
sDeal the
* the will

our spimpaMl minister.
Rev. Samuel Moran, A. B M. A.,
has decided to accept the call given him
a few days ago by the vestry of St.
John's church at Tallahassee.
Mr. Moran is a native of the State of
Rhode Island, a graduate of St. Steph-
en's College, Annandale, N. Y., and,
later, of the Theological Seminary, 20th
St., 9th Ave.. NewYork City. At the
seminary he and Bishop Weed were fel-
lowstudents and warm friends, and their
friendship has continued, through the
intervening years.
On the 4th of September, 1878, at
Zion church Newport, R. I., Mr. Moran
was married to Miss Ida C. Brightman,
of that city, by the Rector, Rev. Dr.
Kettell. Of the four sons born to them,
two of them are now living- Kenneth.
who has recently come to Tallahassee
from New York to spend the. ,winter
with his father, and Samuel, Jr., who
is established in business in Quincy,
Fla. These sons received their educa-
tion at Trinity School, New York City,
the second oldest school in America, es-
tablished by the Crown for the benefit
of the sons of the clergy of the estab-
lished church of England. Mrs. Moran
died January 31st, 1897.
Mr. Moran's early ministerial years
were spent in Rhode Island, where, in
the city of Bristol, he was the builder
and first rector of Trinity church. La-
ter he was rector for fifteen years of
Islip, L. I., then priest in charge of St.
Paul's, Rochester, N. Y., during the
years 1906-7. When the Spanish-Amer-
ican war broke out he went to take
charge of St. John's church, Fort Ham-
ilton. Thip old, historic building is hal-
lowed in the hearts of the Southern peo-
ple as being the church where Stonewall
Jackson was christened and where Gen.
Robert E. Lee served as vestryman in
1646 and 1847.
From Fort Hamilton, Mr. Moran came
farther south, and entered upon thedu-
ties of Vicar of Trinity Chapel and as-
sistant priest of Trinity church, at Co-
lumbia, S. C. He was also acting rector
of the parish. Last year he came to
Florida, and for several months past has
been locuru tenens of St. Paul's church,
Quincy, Fla. On the first day of Sep-
tember, however, at the request of
Bishop Weed, Mr. Moran came to Tal-
lahassee to take temporary charge of
St. John's church and parish, and even
in so short a time he has so won the es-
teem and affections of the people here
that, in accordance with the warmly
expressed wishes of the congregation,
the vestry of St. John's tendered him
an unanimous call at a meeting held last
Friday night.
By an unusual coincidence, Mr. Moran
was the recipient of two tcals in one
day. One was from St. Andrews,
Jacksoaville the other from the church
here. This last, greatly to the delight
of the people whose spiritual guide he
will henceforth become, Mr. Moran
formally accepted Monday.
"Golden Rod LUacheen."
The Tallahassee Woman's Club will
give a "Golden Rod Luncheon" next
Tuesday at the old armory building, on
South Monroe street. Delicious hot
dishes will be served, besides cake.
candy, etc., and potted plants and cut
flowers will be on sale.
Let everybody go or send there either
for their mid-day luncheon or for their
supper on that day, and so swell the
bank account of the club. This bandof
enthusiastic women is doing a fine work
for the advancement of Tallahassee in
many ways, and well merits the sup-
port of their fellow.citizens.
Rev. J. Edgar Wilson, presiding el-
der of the Tallahassee District, will hod
the 4th quarterly conference on Friday
evening, October 2, for thia church and
will preach on Sunday evening October
4th at 7:30 o'clock in the Methodist
church. This sermon will probably be
the last Mr. Wilson will deliver to this
congregation, as this' closes his four
years on thii district. It is to be hoped
that all the members and friends of the
church will hear this his last message.
- Havana News, 2d.
hosts of true men like them moved about
with blanched cheeks.. It wa suach men
as they all over our grand State
searched and looked in vain for the sil-
ver lining of the darkest cloud that ever
covered our fair land. It was they who
like Moses of old, carried the gtate
through the darkest hoar of its political
*xistew and planted it non the most
olid democratic rock. Oh. how we
love them. It was thee critical and
perilousm days that endeared me to de-
mnrahy iad its principle. Sinee these
day8 1 ve become better acquainted

with Tallahaee and Its uvlroaents.
The iht of my life 1 made for its
maintaaee a sthe Capital of our
Stat T aid have no ta for making
tatf To day rd, after
kw thurogb the crucible and te
"ery Wiwis, stands forth In tri.
= bh and gvtmdewr. without= 08=

y. It is t Al-
se men's rights.
t ourselves with
wy the mere we
r.mracy. With
SBryan, I begto
F. A. laeDRY.


Wahaksi's Place as Active as Be*
Mr. A. Wahnish haa put another
large addition to his tobacco packing
and shipping warehouse, which now
makes it among the largest, if not the
largest, in the State, and a vi-it to it
during the work hours of the day will
convince any one that he knows his
business thoroughly, and that he is suc-
ceeding with Leon county shaded Su-
matra wrapper tobacco. Low prices
has not discouraged him .in the least,
and he is fully sure that be will realize
handsome prices for every pound he has
of his own and that he is handling for
other growers.
It will open the eyes of uny one who
will take the trouble to peep into his
place and gaze upon what he has done
and is doing every day. No one can see
it ann then be skeptical or doubtful,
it will be cheering for any one to make
his place a visit and let him show them
through. He says the tobacco business
has come to stay and that it is destined
surelyto make Leon one of the wealthiest
in Florida. He has employed in his
business more than 150 hands, and the
wages paid to them is distributed regu-
larly among the business community,
and we all reap a benefit from the work,
energy and enterprise of Mr. Wahnish.
There are other packing houses in the
city, one the American Deli Tobacco
Packing Company, who employ a large
force of hands and are buying, prepar-
ing and shipping, and these large con-
cerns reminds one as he enters of a
live, working bee hive. Go and see
what our tobacco warehouses are doing
to bring prosperity and happiness this


All bills are payable at the ofic, of
the company, on or before the 10th of
each month. Unless paid by the first
day of the following month, service will
be discontinued without further notice.
W. L. Moom, Manager.
NMsical Cllb nlies Weeooyi eetings.
This elub held its wekly meeting
Tuesday warming at the K. of P. hall
with a large proportion of their mem-
bers present. The committee on mem-
bership reported the addition of several
new names, among them Mrs. Hequem-
bourg, professor of violin, MissTarbet,
professor of organ and Miss Martha
Cline, professor of pianoforte at the
College for Women.
An unforeseen difficulty having arisen
with regard to their permanent occu-
pancy of the hall, the club is forced to
secure other quarters, but until this im-
portant deal is disposed of, they will
accept the hospitable invitation of Mrs.
A. L. Randolph to meet at her residence
on Park avenue. A piano has been se-
ured which will be placed as soon as
the new rooms have been secured.
Some misapprehension as to the ob-
ject of the Musical Club seems to pre-
vail among some whose naftes should
appear upon its roll of membership.
This object is not mere soil pleasure,
although this, of course, will be had in
large measure, but, by the selection of
Miss Sarah Cline to be choral director,
provision was thereby made for a seri-
ous study of part singrint and choral
work. Misa. Cline, who is professor of
voice at the College, wi;l t,'ach novices
to sFing and perfect those who are
already proficient, so that the chorus
work of the club will be or benefitto ull.
Mr. larr Vice-President.
Washirg.on, October 8.-The Na-
tional Associational of Railway Com-
missioners concluded its t *entieth an-
nual convention today. Officers were
elected as follows : President, Martii
S. Decker, of New York ; first vice-
president. R. Hudson Burr, of Florida ;
second vice-president, Charles F. Sta-
ples, of Minnesota. The next conven-
tion will be held in this city on October
12. 1909.
J. M. Sullivan, of South Carolina,
read a paper today favoring the appli-
cation of the principle of reciproca de-
murrage, which was adopted.
Chairman MartinMrin Knapp, of the In
tor-state Commerce Commission, sub-
mitted a report favoring uniform legis-
lation on various regulations for the
control of railtoads.
Mr. Burr's election, he being unable
to attend the convention, makesitmore
of an honor, since an absentee is gener-
ally not elected to an office.
For Sore Feet.
I have found Bucklen's Arnica
Salve to. be the proper thing to use
for sore feet ,as well as for healsng
burns. sores, cuts. and all manner of
abrasions" writes Mr. W. Stone of
Rast Poland Maine. It is the prper
thing, too. for piles. Try It! olS Mn.
der guarantee at all drug atorem. *&:.

Resolutions From KIngs Daughters.
Mrs. Clay Crawford was the efficient
and faithful secretary of the Kings
Daughters for s veral years. Her in-
telligent and fine minutes each month
I was ever a joy and pleasure to the cir-
cle. A peerless woman, a loving and
devoted wife and mother has passed
from earth to heaven. Patient and re-
signed through long months of pain and
suffering she was never known to mur-
mur but bore all the depressing phase
ot a long illness with bravery and cheer-
With life so full of brightness and
the promise of a golden future of hap-
piness, it was her desire to stay if God
so willed it, but with a trust and beau-
ty not born of earth she placed her hand
in that of her Heavenly Father and
prayed, "Thy will be done."
We, as King's Daughters, miss and
mourn our beloved dead, but we are as-
sured for them "all is well." and in the
land where partings and sorrows are un-
known. 0
"No breaking heart is here,
No keen and thrilling pain,
No wasted cheek where the frequent
Hath rolled and left its stain."
The King's Daughters held their first
meeting since June, at the residence of
Mrs. B. A. Meginniss, Friday, October
2d, and a tender thought and words of
affection and appreciation were given
the two links of their chain of member-
ship, who have gone to join the King's
Daughters in the land of rest. Mrs.
John Day Perkins was a charter mem-
ber, her name being among the first
enrolled in the band of eleven members,
nearly fifteen years ago. Gentle and
lovely in character, faithful, devoted
and true as daughter, wife and mother,
she numbered her friends by all who
met and knew her.
"Sorrows are often like clouds which
though black when passing over us, but
when they are past become as if they
were the garments of God thrown ofn
in purple and gold along the sky." We
thank God for this beautiful life. Her
name will ever and always bring inspi-
ration to the circle and her memory
treasured tenderly by the King's Daugh-
ters, among whom she was ever a val-
ued and beloved member.
ReselMutons of Respect.
Passed by the Thompson B. Lamar
Camp, No. 161, United Confederate
Veterans, upon the death of Comrade
Nathan B. Glover.
Death has again invaded our Camp.
and Comrade Nathan B. Glover s
passed away from the scene of hit
earthly labors to another sphere of ex-
Comrade Glover enlisted in Company
A, 37th Alabama Regiment, and served
gallantly through the war, surrender-
ing with his command at Greensboro,
N. C., in April, 1865. About fifteen
years ago he removed from Alabama
to Woodville. Florida, where he lived
until his death. He was a good man
honored and respected by those among
whom he lived, and where he was besi
known his loss will be greatly felt.
Therefore, be it
Resolved, That, in the death of Com-
rade Glover this Camp has sustained a
great loss and we will miss him from
our future meetings, for he was regu-
lar and prompt in his attendance upon
all the meetings of the Camp and took
much interest in its deliberations.
Be it resolved further, That we ex-
tend to his bereaved family our heart-
felt sympathy, and commend them to
the Father of all mercies, Got ot love,
who alone can give comfort in this
great b;.reavmuin, which has come to
Resolved further. That a co;y of
these resolutions be spread upon our
minute book, a copy sent to the city
paper, and a copy sent to the bereaved
family. R. B. GORMAN,
Niss Gamble's School.
Miss Jane Gamble has opened a pri-
vate school at the residence of Mr.
Roege, next door to Mr. Gilmore's home
on Park ave. Miss Gamble has re
turned to her old home from Roanoke,
Va.. In which city she taught a primary
school for six years past with great
success. The efficiency of her methods
has been tested by the examinations of
her pupils in the public schools of Roan

oke, and she brings theihighest recom-
mendations from her former patrons,
who express great regret at the closing
of her school there. Miss Gamble has
had the advantage of a coue in peda-
gogy and primary methods under Prof.
L.W. Buchhols, former prind l of
the Normal Department of the Floia
State College at Tallahassee, and is
strongly endorsed by him.
She usesm the text books authorized by
the State Superltendent of Public
Schools of W and her pupils will
be ppered to eater the higher grades

Be sure ea get your upon. They
are Sorth m y to you. P.T. Nics.
olo, The Jewder. gives them.
8ee C4t aie Job Printing.


Haulln Over Bad Roads Is Expen-
President W. W. Finley. of the
Southern Railroad, writes the follow-
ing interesting article for Virginia Pi-
lot :
In their 'plies to my letter of July
31, 190S, on the subject of diversifica-
tion of Southern agriculture and indus-
tries, some of the editors to whom it
was sent asked me to write to them
from time to time on matters of inter-
est to the people of our section. This
has led me to take the liberty of ad-
dressing you on a topic of importance
to all our people, and especially to the
farmers of the South.
If the farm is to be profitable it must
not merely produce abundant crops, but
its products must be put where they
can be sold. By whatever means of
transportation they may ultimately be
carried before they reach the final con-
sumer, our farm products move pri-
marily over the country highways, and
the condition of the road leading from
the farm to the shipping point or to a
nearby consuming center, such as a
manufacturing town, affects materially
the profits of the farmer and the value
of his farm. The condition of the road
controls the size of the load that can be
hauled over it and the speed at which
it can be carried. An improvement by
which the farmer is enabled to carry,
with the same vehicle and the same
team, a load seventy-five or one hun-
dred per cent. heavier, will result in a
substantial saving in his time and in
the wear and tear of his vehicles and
teams. The construction of good roads
leading from a market town has practi-
cally the same effect as bringing the
farms nearer to the town. It extends
by several miles in every direction the
area of territory in which farmers can
profitably engage in market gardening
and dairying. That this is true has
been effectively demonstrated in those
localities in the Southern States and in
other sections of the country where
road improvements have been carried
out intelligently and systematically.
The cost to the farmer of hauling hi
products over poor roads is not always;
appreciated, for the reason that it ia
rare that a farmer pays for having his
hauling done. The U. S. Department
of Agriculture kha made an myestiga-
tion of this matter, however, and the
results show the cost for cotton for in-
stance, to be an average rate of twen-
ty-seven cents pr ton per mile for an
average haul o 11.8 mile. That road
improvement would materially reduce
this cost is shown by the following
striking statement in the Year Book of
the Agricultural Department for 1906 :
"If it were possible to increase the
average weight of a wagon load of cot-
ton in the United States from three
bales, as it now is, to four bales, with-
out increasing the cost of hauling the
load, the savmg on a crop equal to the
one picked in 1905 would amount to
$2,000,000; and if the average load of
wheat, now 655 bushels, were increased
by 20 bushels, the saving effected in
hauling a crop like that of 1906 would
be more than $8,000,000."
In addition to what may be termed
the commercial aspect of good roads
they have a highly important social as-
pect as well. They bring the farmer
into closer touch with the world at
large. He and his family are not forced
to remain at home for days at a time
because the condition of the road may
make travel unpleasant if not difficult.
Good roads insare efficient and prompt
rural nmaiil deliveries, placing the news-
paper on the table of the famer early in
the day of its publication, enabling him
to transact much of his business by
mail and to taked vantage of early in-
formation as to fluctuation in the prices
of his farm products. Good roads mean
that the farmer and the members of his
family can enjoy to a greater degree
the society of their neighbors and friends
in the town and country. They mean
that the children can be more regular in
school attendance and can receive to a
greater degree the advantage of educa-
tion. They mean the bringing eloeser to-
gether of the town and country, with
advantages on both sides, for a the
farmer is benefited by being brought
into closer touch with the town, so all
the bus aeas Interests of the town pros-

per au the result of the facility with
which the farmer and his family can do
their shopping. Good roads also benefit
the inhabitante of. towns and cities by
affording facilities for pleasant country
drives. They invite the busiaem ma to
the estabh t of country aa&d ber-
ban homes, such as be can enjoy may
when he ia assured that the Uosditien
of the oads will bo suh as to enable
hi, to reach his plain of business
promptly in all kinds of weather.
Think it may truthfully be alid that
there are few matters of seu general
importance to all the people ofany m
aity aa the povieion of good roads,
and I believe, therefore, that all of as
who have the p1grmees and prosperity
(Continued on 14th pace)

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Dr. Thomas N. Evans Dentist, office
up stairs, next to telegraph office.
'Phone No. 257. 23-tf
Lady Thompson and Clondyke plants,
fifty cents per hundred.
Hon. P. A. Vans Agnew spent several
days in Tallahassee on official business
during this week.
Fall garden seed, all kinds, at Holme's
Drug Co.'s store. 3
Ex-Governor William Sherman Jen-
nings paid the Capital an official visit
during this week.
A fine daughter arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Council last
From the Tampa newspapers we note
that popular H. W. Bethel has been
visiting that city during this week.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs
quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex-
lpels colds. Get the genuine in a yellow
package. Sold by all druggists.



Mrs. George H. Gwynn and children E
have returned home after a pleasant n
summer outing at Pisgah Forest, North
Carolina. S
With the changes in fashion of hats G
and garments, come changes in the t
fashion of rings, brooches, bracelets tU
and neckchains. H. N. Sweeting can b
show you the latest. 34
Contestaes can be entered in the t
Piano Contest at any time. Put a F
friend in.
Miss Nora Hart left this week for ti
Tallahasse, where she goes to enter d
the Woman' s College at that place.--
Lakeland Sun, 2d.
Mr. Edwin Barnes, Mrs. Arvah Hop- a
kings and Mrs. Charles Hopkins returned
home from Marianna last Saturday af- j,
ternoon. t]
Remember, NICHOLSON gives coupons
with every cash sale. Buy your jewelry na
ry from him and help get the piano fo -
the most popular young lady in your ec
community. 33 Ss
Ladies very naturally dislike to wear
sectacles. They are not becoming. te
But eyeglasses are stylish, and by buy-
ing those dainty little gold nose springs
which hold your glasses firmly in posi-
tion neither your eyes nor your beauty
is impaired. 34
Miss Blanche Blake, Governor Blox- p
ham's neice, and a member of his fami- ot
ly, arrived here Tuesday night, and is do
now busy opening up the house and m
putting it in order for the home-coming
of the Governor and his wife. -
Don't let the baby suner trom ecze-
ma. sores or any itching of the skin. pa
Doan's Ointment gives instant relief,
cures qu.ckly.: Perfectly safe for chil- da
dren. All druggists sell it. ta
Rapid progress is being made on the sij
new Baptist parsonage, so that Dr.
Pruitt will soon be comfortably domi-
ced with his family in convenient sy
proximity to his church. an
Ring's Little Liver Pills for bilious-
ness, sick headache, muddy complex- ag
ion. They tone the liver; do not gripe..
They keep you well. At all druggists. ac
nov. c
Mr. Robert Gamble spent Wednesday rei
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&no T urnuy, pieusau ay muong i
hosts of Tallahassee friends, all of whom
rejoice in his success in business life.
"Our Bob," is a credit to young Talla-
hassee manhood.
Hands cracked and bruised from
husking, skin diseases, tan. freckles,
cuts relieved at once with Pinesalve
Carbolized (acts like a poultice).
Draws out inflammation. Price 25c.
At all druggists. nov.
The many Florida friends of Mr.
George Miller, Jr., will be interested tI
know that he has formed a law P -
nership with Mr. Herbert M. Pec of
OklahomaCity, and is now a at of
that place.
Dan Howard, a negro living near the
G. F. & A. depot,-m arrested Wed-
nesday by Shrif Langston for a cut-
ting spree, in whichHosea Williams
andCelia Myers, also flored, were the
victims. Howard was put under a
$5600.00 bond.
Judge R. S Cockrell and family have
returned from an extended visit to
North Carolina. Little Elizabeth, who
was ill with scarlet fever while away,
has completely recovered.
The thiet who stole Mr. George W.
Hale's coop of flne chickens is in jail,
and through the detective work of that
gentleman and the officers all of'the
chickens were found and recovered, the
thief having sold them in the city.
Fact is he stole them from a yard just
next to the jail and sold them at a resi-
denee next to the court house.
Hon. Frank Clark and wife arrived
in the city yesterday from the National
Capital, where they have been for the
pt few months. Owing to the fact
athe ampignis s close athand
and his *ervie are badly wanted, the
genial Congresman will doubtless be
e e to return to Washington to
asit in the campaign.--Gai6seville
son, 10th.
The newpapor men of Jacksonville
comIpoe t ae Jcksonville Carnival As-
soaitio, wWill give a carnival in that
ty from October 2&-to 81 inclusive.
The carnival given ton former ar have
attracted great crowds and good
a Mes. The M aW iatis pomims to give
the best earnilal this year ever emn in
the Sth. A nmbet of European nov.
shies are pusd Low rates wln be
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Mr. Wm. Bass and Mr. John Me- The Capital City has reason to be
endrick were hosts at a most enjoys- proud of her military organization,
e oyster supper last aiht at the store Bloxham Riies, Co. C.
the Yaegr-Bethel Hardware Com-- Captain J. Stewart Lewis and Lieu-
ny. The oysters were deliciously tenant Francis B. Winthrop, together
oked by Mr. PaynedqneTrator for with their 86 enlisted men, returned
e Majestic Range, and were served from EPv tpnet at Pensacola on the
ith pickles, olives, crackers, and cof- early morning train. Captain Lewis
e. The guests invited were: Mr. and reports that Company C stood with the
id Mrs. John' Donk Mrs. Marguerite best, both in deportment and service,
infant, Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Missee and alo in health. Not a man in the
finely, Moor, Sweet, Miller, roto, uard house nor in the hospitaL and
d essrs. Boseeau, Proctor, Albrit- last year's excellent record in drill and
m, P. B. Byrd and E. N. Mabry. target practice matined, is the re-
The Apalaehiola Northern ad port Vf b tha oirs, we the
,s been removed from the hasds of _Ina h irt ar, am ,,, ad t te-
rean o H.r, e k ment fr o their o r andt minter-
w recever, L H .79lf pr es m mitting a tte tion frw their quarter.
a er elet, aamaster. Mr. Prank C. Kee whathey

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osthwert 1weake7 the owel don't weae.
W pmeg piSt~ U by iF rq Ippdet 5b1e1a sot stay taa4 o,
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Me Oecesales fr Alarm. Regular Netia Dn d ofr Naagerw .
Dr. Hiram Byrd, State Health offl- October 14th, 1908.
cer, was in Tallahasee yesterday for Board of Managers met in regular
the pure of exam into the na session at 7:30 p. m., with W. M. M-
ture and extentof the throt trouble Intosh, Jr., F. C. G and George E.
said to be prevalent here. Together Lew raent
with Dr. Fred C. Moor, local health ofi- Meeg was li order by W.
cer, Dr. Byrd made a thorough investi- M. Melatosh, Jr., and after
nation of the situation, and seemed very disuesing matters r" rdig rates,e*tc..
much astonished that any special un- for water, gas and. eltricity. the fol-
easiness should exist among our citi- lowing rules were dmided upon:
ens. He said that there was scarcely First. That all water, gas nd else
a place in the State where, in propor- tricity shall be sold by meter ate only
tion to the population, that there was and that meters be installedI every
not as many or more infeetous cases of place now on flat rate.
disease; that Tallahassee was singular- Second. That each and every bose
ly free from sickness, and that the four or place of business shall have a sepa-
eases of diptheria which have so far de- rate meter for water, gas or electric
velopod during a period of three weeks, serve.
should not be calculated to cause any Third. That the rates for water
appreciable alarm. sha llo as follows:
Dr. Byrd further advised that the $6.00 minimum, at 33c. per thousand
schools should proceed with their work, gallons, not to be used except in case of
and that discussion of the disease should very small houses, say from two to four I
be discouraged among teachers and pu- rooms. I
pils, and that public thought should be $10.00minimum, at 33*e. per thousand
Irawn away to more healthful and gallons.
profitable subjects. $25.00 minimum, at 25c. per thousand e
Dr. Moor is taking every precaution gallons. l
against the spread of the disease, and $50.00 minimum, at 20c. per thousand I
t will doubtless be stamped out in a gallons.
'ew days. $100.00 minimum, at 171c. per thou-
lamentla aad State Line News. sand gallons.
$200.00 minimum, at 15c. per thousand a
October 13.-Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Van- gallons. r
Brunt went to Thomasville last Wed- $500.00 minimum has been adopted at t
iesday. 10c. per thousand gallons. I
It is said that the negroes held the The rates for gas shall be :
3tate nd county election at Beachton, Consumers using 1,000 feet or less
.a., sat Wednesday. It seems that per month, $2.00 per M. feet. c
he white voters did not vote at all at Consumers using 1,000 feet to 3,000 t
hat place. We guess the election will feet per month, $1.75 per M. feet. e
e declared illegal Consumers using 8,000 feet or more r
Mrs. E. E. Strickland went on a visit per month, $1.50 per M. feet.
o her parents in Atlanta, Ga., last With no rebates or special rates to a
'riday. anyone.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dickey and their Ratee for electricity shall be : c
wo noble sons, Eddie and Jimmie, For lihts and heating purposes, 10c.
ined with us at Dogwood last Satur- per 1,000 Watta.
Ay. Mr. Dickey and mo helped u For motor power purposes, 7c. per
ery materially in putting up a woven 1000, Watts. ,t
ire fence on that day, fer which we 4th. All bills for water, gas, or elee- N
re very grateful. tricity must be paid within ten days a- v
Mrs. J. M. Ferrell and two little sons, ter date of bill, or service will positive v
ames and Morgan, also dined with us ly be discontinued, and a charge of $1 o
he same day. will be made for reconnecting service. a
Mr. Henry Quarterman was in the 5th. A deposit of $1.50 will be re-
eighborbood last Friday. quired from every consumer of gas or w
Mr. Richar4 Williams, of Cairo, visit- electricity who does not own real estate
I his sister, Mrs. A. C Dickey, last within the city limits of Tallahassee, u
saturday. Florida. h
Miss Aleta Jones is visiting her sis- The Board further decided that all
r, Mrs. A. R. Sessions, this week. persons having contracts for water be
L er.W- .w. notified on the lest day of November, a
Letter to Dr. W. Lewis. 1908, that all contracts will be termina- a-
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ted on January 1st, 1909, and that new t
S, contracts must be entered into with the u1
Dear Sir: We make you and every board of managers on or before Janu-.
roperty owner in Tallahassee thisoffer: ary 1st 1909
Paint half your job Deo e paint the All moneys received from the running *
her half whatever you like. If Devoe of the city plants must be deposited in
Doesn't take less gallons and cost less the name of the board of managers of
oney, no pay. the City Water and Light Plants, G. E.
Yours truly, DEVOE & CO Lewis, treasurer, and all disbursements gi
69 Xm. DaEOE & Co. shall be made by check on the bank cl
P. S.-Gilmore & Davis Co. sell our signed by the superintendent and coun- so
Lint. -. tersigned by the chairman of the board. pt
Miss Florence Lewis, the attractive Board ordered superintendent to have se
tughter of Dr. W. E. Lewis, has re- necessary repairs made to pump well b3
rned home after a delightful visit of house and also to purchase necessary h<
x weeks with friends in Jacksonville. harness for the two horses owned by m
Read all of the 16-pages af your new- the board. Board thin adjourned.
and interesting home local newspa- Celebrate Wedlag Annlversary. at
r this week. There are several new Colsl a. .n M. Jn. W. An inro a.
d attrac,, advertisements with us Colonel and Mrs. John H. Winthrop ad
rain celebrated their wedding anniversary al
'.N. ", i ... ... last Wednesday evening by entertaining af
Mr. H. N. Sweeting is ready to show at a euchre party. There were eight ni
ull line of cutlass and and-painted tables of congenial friends present and ua
ina, and will quote prices on them the evening passed delightfully. Mrs. w
at will make them come within the T. M. Sh leford carried off the first ch
ach of all, 84 prise for the ladies, and Mr. Valle Ran- th
For a mild, easy action of the bow. dolph for the gentlemen. There were al
s a single dose of Doans Regulets is souvenirs for the other guests also giv-
ough. Treatment cures habitual con- en as mementoes of the happy ocea-
Ipatlon. 25 cents a box. Ask your slo. _____
ugglst for them. Death ef Fraacea aria Ball. gi
Fall is here with its invigorating After a week of serious illness, little "
either. Everybody feels braced up Prances Marian, the two-year old t
r the coming season and their view of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. F
"times" is changed. They no longer Ball died last Friday afternoon at the cl
ar a panic,. but they are ready to residence of her parents on Monroe bi
end their money upon their legitimate street. P'
measures and need. Then where can A dainty little flower of baby hood, n,
ey spend it to better advantage than blossoming tor awhile min the shelter of le
H.N.Sweeting's Jewelry store. 34 her parent's love little Frances has a!
H. F. Gaulding, who ha been with tran la m t e'hi garen ot
eE H. Slapped Company for som wherener p ants, ng bathsem to droop
me, has severedhis active connection a ndil. Se wcas lovely child--one
ith that firm, and has taken an inter- onwhom the, passer-by stopped to
t in the Tallahassee Grocery Com. second lane and an involuntary
y which has been r. smile, but too ragile to resist the dis-
r. aulding will travel throu this ese that claimed her for its innocent
action for the new concern. He made victim The sorrowing parents have
s initial trip to Havana on Tuesdavof th warm; t .mpthyof'the cormu-
is week, having gone down last p1- hearme mpathyof- the co u dorow-
y to begin his ties in his new p iti th I ls a d oo
o.-Havana News; 9th. Blexam Ries Record. ^

RePrsem uatve ef Camp Lumber
Ce*MPAy Lect la i City.
Mr. Alfred Short, of Lumber City,
Georgia, an experienced lumber man,
has located in the Capital City Bank
building, where he will be pleased to
mnet any prospective purchasers of
timber lands. He has been employed
especially to dispose of certain timber
hands beld by the Camp Lumber Comn-
pany in this section of the State.
Death ef Little ar urphree.
Mary, the second daughter of Mr.
md Mrs. A. A. Murphree, of the Wo-
nan'.s College, died at Bryan Hall yes-
erday, the 15th inst., of diptheria.
nterment took place this morning at
o0 o'clock in the city cemetery.
If the heartfelt sympathy of friends
would assuage grief for lost loved ones,
hen the hearts of those bereaved par-
ont would surely receive comfort and
elief from pain, for the whole commu-
ity mourns with them in the taking
way of this bright and lovely child.
All exercises at the college are of
course suspended today.
Mere Pers ol Hntleas.


Following is the vote for we&- a
Counted by Csite

Miss Florence Proctor...... 28-----23,876
May Stoutamire, Blox-
ham .....----.... 22...
Ruth Alligood, Crawford-
Mary Windham ...... 7575
Eva Grissett, city 706685
Alice Patterson, C hares 6550
Jessie May Farley..... -- 898
Myrtle Gramling, Cen-
treville-.......---....-------.. 4810
Lula Dee Keith..-----..-.. 260
SadaRoffe........... 2925
K~i -- -
Katie West, Monticello 1960
Jaunita Forbes, eity... 1840
Ruby Duval....-...... 1225
Susie McGriff---------......... 1006
Lottie Pichard..----.---..... 800
Ella Lewis, Woodville, 780
Pauline Cots.--.....-..-------. 60
Luelle Saxon.......... 480
Ellie Darsey, Concord., 60
Gertrude Chittanden.... 06
AnnieI eter .Manti*llo 9AH

On Monday even' Colonel John L. Mrs. George Smit rawford-
Neeley, Deputy Grand Chancellor, ville ---------- 240
nights of Pythias of Florida, ae a Miss Lia Budd, Monticello, 26
*ry interesting talk to the loca dodge Miss Clyde Raney ........ 210
n the great work the order is doing Blona Cates ....... 21
nd the benefits to be derived from Mrs. Jno.Robinson .Woodville' 200
membership therein.......Sam McCall Miss Cassie Sweeting... 200
was a business visitor to Tallahasee LelliaMcFarlaQuincy 175
londay...... --Frank Townsend, of Tal- Mrs. J. B. Brown .... 150
ahassee, a favorite knight of the grip Ruth Epp........ 120
ere, was in our town onday of this Miss Fannie Wilson ..... ... 100
reek making business calls --. Hon. Cora Taylor, Monticello 100
North W. Trammell A. 0. Brown and
Hr. Bethel, of the aeger-Bethel Co, Committee: Bradford Byrd, F. M.
11 of Tallahassee, were up Monday af- Phillips, W. T. Damon.
irnoon in their auto. They took a run ^Coupons must be voted each w.k,
-p by Hinson before returning to get ,.%u.n,,, u stbe-oted-each !w&,
p by anson ore returning get on or before date they bear. Notice
he pleasure of that fine road.- Havana date and do not hold them after date or
rews, 9th l they will become void.
evival Services in Nethodist *rite to your friends to subscribe or
-- --,I The True Democrat and e
ChIrc votes. ad -
A series of revival services was be-
un here last Sunday in the Methodist ANOTHR CONTEST
church. Rev. J. B. Culpepper and his ANOTHER NTE
on, Rev. C. B. Culpepper, were ex- Following shows how the vote lgo-'
ected to be present at the opening ing in another newspaper piano contest:
service last Sunday, but were prevented Mrs Fred Hand Ii68,618
y sickness. They arrived yesterday, Gussie Douglas- ..444,9-4
however, and now have charge of the Mrs. Rutledge Smith ---- .......406,84
meetings. Louise Steinhauser ......... 404,
Next Sunday morning the elder di- Mayme Sim,-...... .3,
ne will preach at eleven o'clock, and Mrs. J. F. -L 294,
three in the afternoon his son will Dorothy Mills. 261,92
Dress the Junior League. There will Thelma Morgan... 191,4-
so be a service for men only in the Hermione Jaudon 138,648
afternoon, and the usual service at Katherine Ogle 184,88
ght. Announcements for the contin- Mrs. Blackburn ...91
nce of these services during next Sisters of St. Joseph ..---------246
eek will be given out later. All Lester M. Rosalie. ... 9,070
urches are invited to participate in Henry Coppinger --- 9,06
Iese meetings, and the public is cordi- V. alyc --- 86
ly invited to attend. Margaret O'Callahan ..-..----- .
C. R. Kluger, The Jeweler, 1060 Vir J e nl .
ni Ave., Indianapolis, Ind., writes: a r. Jame int liKnn Mallory d ted 1
Swas so weak from kidney trouble her 14th at 7 os'lock p. "y., havig
at I could hardly walk a hundred feet been si 4 or a long time with sa'. t
our bottles of loley's Kidney Remedy tion. For a number of yeai s he was as
cleared my complexion, cured my nw-, earnu mSberof nw-s.
ackache and the Irregularities disap- neer o the S aboaMsr aiw .
eared, and I can now attend to busi- was buriedy WAthe Masonie fra i
ess every day, and recommend Fo at bur3 o'clock p. m. yesterday
y's Kidney Remedy to all sufferers, A quit, ood citizen, he commander
s it cured me after the doctors and the love nd rmpect of all his fellow.
her remedies had failed. Sold by all me and he s now relating from the
rugglts. burdens of this life and Its eres.

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thm utmost, the
alhard, or lighter
glorio memories of
who poas me on horse-
ent toes fixed forward
4" .tmea, arid When
4 g07ht all the harder-at
-t lii vasin I
ewsags was solid and
my arm good before,
his rebate strengthens and bet.
teo me; no failure more!
At last I shall win and that victory
shall readm.
All Ie mighty lost effort and hope, all
:the disapproved dream.
And out of the depths of my knowledge
of bitter defeat
I shall know to the utmost that minute
how triumph is sweet.
-i.@ H. Kemper. in Metropolitan Mag-
Tweaty IrethreW Umearthed.
From Florida Christian Advocate:
A few days ago we met Brother W. J.
Crosby, of Ocala, who showed some
blist"red hands. He said: "I buried
twenty people yesterday morning, all
in one grave." Having startled us and
excited our curiosity, he explained the
matter and Impressed us that thtrJ
might 6be something in the interment of
hnore than ordinary interest. Brother
Crobyis a turpentine operator. Ont
"farm" has about five thousand acres.
Upon this farm a relic hunter, or eth-
nologit, wa discovered with some
other laborers digging into a mound.
They had gone down to a certain depth
where they found a layer of human be-
bgs. Twenty of our brethren of a dis-
tant past had been placed aide by side,
with arms interlocked in brotherly fel-
lowship. Indeed, it was a matter of
wonder how closely interlocked they
were; their skulls, as Brother C. re-
marked, looking like a bed of big yams
newly uncovered! Some of them had
been lifted out and laid upon the sur-
face earth, where critical inspection
could be made. The skeletons were in-
tat, and seemed to have been those of
a tal and slender race. Without ex-
* caption their heads were quite smalL
Their teeth were perfectly sound, but
the molars showed as much usage as a
wkenty-year horse. The grinders were
It was the purpose of the relic
S Hletr to transport these our ancient
'eathren ; but Brother Crosby prided
j himself on the preserving qua ity of
Florida sand, and feeling that they de-
lyrved to remain within the radius of
An evident tragedy, he placed his in-
teralict upon further proceedings, and
a. applied his own hands to a re-inter-
Who were these brethren? The old
thoef, Tallahausee, sayg they were heie
before the coming of his tribe, and that
they were a different race of people
Be that as it may, they must have
played some part on what is our pres-
eat stage of action. Their words and
deeds are unrecorded in earthly ar-
* chives, and yet they were once living
footstools of our civilization. We stand
on top of a dead past, out of which
o comes the living present. By and by a
Still higher civization will stand upon
our bleached skulls But whatever
rises above us will belong to all the age
below. Each eivilisatln i "heir of all
S tbage." When the world is throh
its way sunward," we and all
ben thren in the du shall
abame together the fruit of age on are.
"Our feet with angel's wings shall v&e,
* Aad tread the palace of the sky."
GO. and Mrs. Francis P. Fleming
ad Mis Elizabeth Fleming have re-
Fne from Saratoga Sprins, N. Y.
me, wr accompanied by Mr. Seton
Flini who joined them about a week
a e.- etropolis, 14th.
With its companions, ,heart burn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver, oon.
sltpaUon, palpitation of the heart.
poor blood, headache and other hnerv
Soas symptoms,sallow skin, foul tongue,
ofeasiv breath and a legion of other
ailments. Is at once the most wide-
Sspread and destructive malady among
the Americlan people. The Herbine
treatment wll cure all these troubles.
[7U bottle. Hardee-Smith Co., drug-

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It was the first watch
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It is today the only truly fine
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The new HOWARD extra-thin is
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The HowAtm is the only watch Mold at an
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Ladies of the
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Correct Colors for Fall

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WWbi lrky adverttimeent are not accepted
d l-th n In this nwpaper at any price or
aJw my conditions or circumstances. Not a
sdm *me* ha ever appeared In it.
DImplayed advertisements under two months
1mBt per inch Mrst inertion and 15 cents per
so for ase sbhouent inertion. En.ctr. nd
dmt.nattes r 1t cent. per inch each lssue. No ad-
qltme-malt run after contract express. Loca or
aI matter. except news. monwor pure readn
IlN. 5 mtsa line each Issue. All chanws of
dmlwti hmnts oranythinx intended for publies-
Mnamust behanded in not later than Thurmday
auIb. to rwive prompt attention.
Tanfl asee., Friday, Oct. 16, 198.

Hon. Frank Clarke has been called
to deliver speeches in the Bryan and
Kern Campaign north.
Judgment in the Mays-Kehoe case
will be given out by the Supreme Court
judges next Tuesday, the 22nd., if no
uaforseen difficulty should delay the de-
elaion. ____
Editor Frank L. Mayes and Advertis-
ing Manager B. S. Bernard, of the
Pensacola Journal, have purchased the
Meridian Dispatch, at Meridian, Miss.,
the only morning daily'paper in the east
Mississippi metropolis.
In this issue of The True Democrat
we reproduce an excellent article on
S'Good Roads," written by President
Finley. of the Southern Railroad to the
Virginia Pilot. It is timely and very
Editor Will Griffis, formerly of the
Fort Myers Breeze, has now in his pos-
msesion the White Springs Herald and
be will make an excellent newspaper of
it. The True Democrat wishes his
friend worlds of success and good health
for himself and family.
Last Monday, T. R. MftCormack
(Sherwood), again assumed charge of
Sthe Suwannee Democrat's editorial and
IboiMeSs management All Florida
newspapers are delighted to welcome
him back to FlorNla journalism as he
was always popular among them.

Hon. W. M. Holloway is attending
r the meeting of Superintendents of Pub-
he Iastreuction in the Southern States,
now going on in New Yori. These
Sficials will also visit Albany and other
large northern cities for the purpose of
examining the public school system in
the north. _
The County Democratic Executive
Committee should come together as
early as practicable to formulate plans
and arrange for the Inauguration and
,', entertainment of Governor Albert W.'
Gilchrist. This should be one of the
grandest and best Florida has ever had.
We will have more on this subject next
week. _
Capt. F. A. Hendry writes this week
S, for The True Democrat, a very interest-
ing reminiscence of the "Olden Times"
and Tallahassee. Such articles always
make interesting newspaper reading,
and we thank our good old friend for it
and request more of that kind from
him and other friends, as we always de-
rsie to make our newspaper neat, read-
able and of interest.
I Last Sunday's :issue of the Tampa
Tribune was a great and very interest-
hlg newasper, besides its many valua-
i hi features, was a section descriptive
of industrial and agriculture Hernando
County. Floridians can well feel a
Sprwide in their daily and weekly news.-
papers, and it is such advertising that
ings results. If that issue of the
Tribune iwwell circulated over this
Country Hernando and all Floridaehould
and will reap profitable results.
All persons who owe us accounts are
respectfully and urgently requested to
eal or mail us a hebeck for the amount
duoe us for job printing, advertising or
ea subscription. We have obligations

' we must meet, and it is absolutely nee-
1 ry for us to meet weekly pay-rolls.
smvmbesr, we have to depemd on what
we do, t being a captalist er wealthy.
. mi 1 settle wmlthus as ig..tour
4, -ussh Next week will help to
wme our obligatles Moet Mm
our printer is paid to.m i
K am1 goeC at one*back Intocir.

to hdmsINhmgettline lopyo

The school teachers of Florida most
assuredly should be paid well for all
services performed, and no excuse or
pretext, or technicality should be used
to repudiate the dues for the services
the school officers have already per-
formed. As we understand the situa-
tion, the Attorney-General was asked
for an opinion and he gave it in good
faith, while Superintendent Holloway
has always been anxious that these
claims be settled, and we also believe
the other members of the School Board
desire to be fair and just in this matter.
We publish the following to show the
feeling that now existsover it, and ncxt
week will give the public more on the'
A few days ago the School Board of
Santa Rosa county brought suit to com-
pel the State authorities to pay to that
county and the teachers of the county
the money due them from the various
school appropriations, money which is
long past due. The State owes Santa
Rosa county about $1,650. It owes
Lake county and Lake county teachers
from the same appropriations nearly
$4,000. It owes the various counties of
the State over $200,000. A part of this
money has been a year and a half due.
Heretofore the State authorities have
given the excuse for not paying the
statement that they did not have the
money with which to pay, but now when
suit is brought to compel them to pay,
Attorney General Ellis sets up the de-
fense that the appropriation is uncon-
stitutional. To our mind, this kind of a
defense, coming at this late day, is
about the meanest defense of all. If
they hadn't the money with which to
pay why don't they continue to rely up-
on that defense? If the appropriations
were unconstitutional why didn't the
Attorney-General or the State Superin-
tendent or Comptroller give this infor-
mation to the teachers of theState long
ago? Why should they wait until the
teachers have given their time and la-
bor in earning the money and then tell
them that the appropriation was uncon-
stitutional and that they will never ret
their pay? But no, they will say it was
not their business to give this informa-
tion until after suit was brought to com-
pel them to pay the money. It wou!d
not have been dignified for them togive
out this information any sooner. It
was dignified, however, to allow the
teachers of the State to be swindled out
of thousands of dollars of their earnings
and then tell them that the law was un-
constitutional and that they will not pay.
As a matter ot fact, they did pay on
the same appropriations for a year or
two. If they were unconstitutional why
did they pay at all?- -Leesburg Commer-
cial. October 2.
Editor Bullock, of the Gainesville

Elevator, preaches the following gem
of a sermonette, in his splendid weekly
newspaper: "If your friend goes wrong,
even grievously wrong, it is base in you
to desert him. Then, more than ever,
does he need your help, and on the sup-
position that he has been your true
friend, he is entitled to it. Of course,
you can neither approve or condone his
wrong-doing. It may become your
painful duty to tell him with theutmost
candor what you think of his faults, but
never kick him while everybody else is
engaged in the same business. To do
that requires no courage-nothing but a
ettle cheap bluster."
We all talk too much. A Northern
preacher, sojourning in St. Augustine,
let his mouth work too freely in the
presence of a reporter and is now wal-
lowing in ashes and wearing the sack-
cloth. He denies having said it as re-
ported-which is doubtless true-but he
should not have said anything. We all
talk too much and too often-Tampa
Money is being hoarded in every
community that should go into the
banks. It seems hard to believe, but
it is said to', be a fact, that only about
one half of all the money issued by the
U S. Government is being banked.
Tallahamsee has good sound banking in-
stitutions, put your loose money in
them. Then it will be safe.
The Gainesville Sun announces that it
has seen samples of per made by the
C. W. Chase interests from wood pulp
made from long leaved pine trees cut
in Alachua county. Among the sam-
ples were bond linen, book cover,
wrapping and fiber paper, all of the
highest grades. They were finished in
cloth, antique, laid, mill and ena.el.
It says the paper was made atfo r dif-
ferent plants in the United States to
aseritas the cost, after long experi-
met in in*the laboratory and in the
mill. A plant for the miewfature tof
this paper is at Gameville.
If it can use up the refuse wood it will
mea a considerable addtio to the p
tential wealth of Florida. --hort-Tals
HOIL Jo..J.EdmaJ., Of Tal&has-
see, is a guest of th Amga..-..Mr. B.
3. MeLu, of Tallaha-s r aprs mnent
iat of T.

State, 'Is te 4 hi-
Mr. Myers Is reg rd w. M-e.
b -Tlmowsaimet 7

As there will probably be fram to
85 uamm of Presidential etets on the
ballot to be voted in the Novemberlese-
tion it willbe well for votes to study
and familarize themselves with the
name of the Democratic electors we
all should vote for, as follows:
The True Democrat has 4 8 ,more
of the, "I Gave My Dollar, Did Youl"
Buttons. Let that many Leon county
Democrats who wiah to see Bryan and
Kern elected, come at once and give
their dollar, and secure one of them.
All collections will be promptly for.
warded to the National Democratic
Treasurer and published in this news-
Bradford Byrd ... ----------.$1.00
John G. Collins.. ... 1.4100
J. W. Collins..------................... 1.00
Louis Costa...........---------------.....--.. 1.00
W. G. Palmer-. -.-----------1.00
W. T. Collins....---......... 1.00
J. E. Theus .--...........-------------..-.. 1.00
It would be a terrible blow to democ-
racy should a republican be elected
from the Third Florida District as a re-
sult of the wrangle of the two contend-
ing democratic candidates. One of the
latter candidates should withdraw and
support the other. This would be pa-
triotic and praiseworthy and save the
State and party from humiliation and
reproach. -Jacksonville Metropolis.
Hardly think there need be any un-
easiness. We believe Hon. D. H. Mays
would easily poll more votes in this Dis-
trict than both his portion-of-a-commit-
tee-made opponent and the republican
candidate combined. The question
talked of most around in this section is,
what is Judge Malone going to do with
one D'Alemberte in the premises ?
Form for Pruating Coastitutoeal
Ameadmeats on Oeclal Bal-
For Section 9 of Article 5
Relating to Judicial Salaries.
Against Section 9 of Article 5
Relating to Judicial Salaries.
For Section 16 of Article 12
Special Tax for State Schools.
Against Section 16 of Article 12
Special Tax for State Schools.
For Section 35 of Article 5.
Against Section 35 of Article 5.
For Chronic Diarrhoea.
'.While in the army in 1863 1 was
taken with chronic diarrhoea,' says
George M. Felton of South Gibson, Pa.
AI have Rince tried many remedies but
without any permanent relief, until
Mr. A. W. Miles. of this place, per-
suaded me to try Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarhoea Remedy, one
bottle of which stopped it at once."
For sale by Tallahassee Drug Co.
Personal oateion.
State Senator John W. Henderson, of
Tallahasses, is a guest of the Aragon.
Mr. Henderson is one of the largest to-
bacco growers in Leon county, and, in-
cidentally, in-one of its leading citizens.
-.--. Hon. Harry H. McCreary State
Senator and editor of the Gaineeville
Sun, spent yesterday in the city on a
business visit. Few men in Florida are
better and more favorably known than
Mr. McCreary. and he is invariably ac-
corded a warm welcome wherever he
goes. His friends will rejoice to learn
that he is now enjoying the very best
of health at present, having suffered a
severe attack of rheumatism recently.
-Times-Union, 13th.
Miss Carrie Edwbrds, of Tallahassee,
is visiting her sister, Miss Ida, who is
stenographer for B. W. Helveston-.. --
Miss Maud Creekmore is taking a course
in the State Female College at Talla-
hassee.-Suwannee Democrat.
Hon. 9. M. Holloway, State Super-
intendent of Public Instruction, is at

the Ara on. Mr. Holloway arrived yes-
terday from Tallahassee, being en route
to New York. Albany and Joston, to
which cities he will accompany the Su-
erintendents of Public Instruction of
he various Southern States on a tour
of inspection of the noteded ucational
institutions of the country. Times-
Hand-knitted and Crotchetted Shawls,
Slppers, Hoods, Baby Sacks, Bootes
kept always on hand, and orders solid-
ted. Also articles in exqasite drawn-
work. See Miss Jessie Blake, 48 E.
Park Avenue. M8
Fresh garden seed at Holme' Drag
Co.'s store. a
There will be Mass at the Catholic
Church next Sunday, October 1, at 10
o'clock a m.. and Vespers at 7iM p. .


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of P at and Mr. A. A.M
ofth Woman'sColege, wa ts
patient, and of eooa br e ae
mush fear among the A&sA --A
College. ive'y eaWOw|
has been taken to prevent say
of the disease, as will be shown ft
following statement from Dr. P. Clint.
oh Moor, local health officer for the
"As soon as it was decided that Mary
Murphree's affeetio was diptherlaI 1
quarantined the family, and gave Ima-
muniing doses anttoxn to to who
had come la ctatt with her, then tel-
ephoned to Dr. Pter, at JackMonvHIle,
for Instructions how to act further. Dr.
Porter answered by sending the follow-
ing teleram: Jacksonville, ta., 10-14.
190. Dr. F. C. Moor, assure Presiden
Murphree and girls at dormitory that
situation is not such as to ecaus alarm.
Give immuniin g dosesa *,ito*Tpo to
those immediately exposed and there
will be nothing to fear. See letter.
State Health Officer.
AUll Laws Sheuld Be Inbreed.
Miecosuhie, Fla., Oct. 13, 1908.
To the Editor of The True Democrat:
In your paper of the 9th inst. there
appeared article headed, "kEnforce
the Game Laws Rigidly." I am glad
to see that others than the game war-
den are becoming interested in this sub-
ject, for without the co-operation of
the more law-abiding citizens it Is al-
most impossible to enforce the present
laws. At the last session of the Legis-
lature there was a law enacted which
protected the fsh in Miccossukie Lake.
I am of the opinion that this law was
strictly a local law, and did not apply
to the other waters of the county.
That some citizens will violate any
law there is no doubt. Some men who
are otherwise law-abiding, have no re-
gard for the game laws. This I know
to be a fact, for I have been identified
with the protection of game since it
first became a law, sonti ten years ago.
Since that time I have only been able
to convict only one man for violation of
the game law, he for carrying fish from
this to another count and selling them.
The men who are violators of the game
laws are almost to a man our own citi-
zens, and it is a hard matter to get one
citizen, who is probably guilty of the
same offence, to appear against anoth-
er. I would say right here, that if one
man knows that another is violating
the law and he does not render the war-
den any assistance by being willing to
appear against the offender, that he
ought never to find fault with the war-
den. If a person is found guilty of kill-
ing quail, turkeys or deer out of season
he is to be fined, one-half of the amount
is to be paid to the-prosecutor. I have
offered a standing reward of $25 for
evidence sufficient to convict any viola-
tor of the fish or game laws in my dis-
trict. If a negro kills a turkey out of
season some good white citizen comes
to me and says why don't your warden
make these negroes quit killing all the
turkeys, if you don't do something there
wont be a turkey left in the woods. I
say to him, doyou know thenegro killed
a turkey out of season? Yes, he says.
Alright, then. I will swear out a war-
rant for his arrest, have you summoned
as my witness, and we will put the law
to him. Right then whenhesees that it
is going to involve him he begins to take
water, and if he knew the negro did kill
a turkey, or a dozen turkeys, you could
not get him to testify to save your life
for all probability he was guilty of
the same offence and was afraid some
nero would appear against him.
Without the assistance of the better
element of our population, it is almost
impossible to apprehend the violators.
I think our present law a very ineffec-
tual one. The one clause of the law
that is most rigidly enforced is that of
collecting the 10-dollar-william from the
non-resident, which the law requires, or
allows. And this sum is appropriated
to the sweet will of the court, warden.
If all the law could be a easily effeted
as this clause it would not be a great
while till our county would attract the
attention of sportsmen from the corn-
ers of the earth, for our woods and
streams would abound in game as it did
in the long ago.
The last session of the Legislature
turned down a very important bill.
Namely, a State fish and game commis-
sion. this bill contained all that is
necesarry for the protection of the fish
and game and would have beeoon not only
self-apporting, but would have added
thou o dollars to the treasury
each year. I hope this bill will meet
with better treatment next session.

Before the prsmt game ad whisky
laws and many others can be effective
it will requre the education of several
geeratios in catechism and Sunday
SChool sns, for until the great ma-
jority really want a law enforced it ea
not ffectually be dom .
Dr. Thomas'lectric Oil Is the best
remedy for that often fatal dleaeq-
roup. Has beos Us" with wn"OM f
orr Comity ft eight yoart "-Mrs. 1.
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et of P. &- selMI rs.
Tallahassee, Fla. Oct. 15th, 1908.
No. 1, KeNo. P., Ta-e1as. W. A.
Dear Sir and Brother-Your com-
mittee appointed to draft suitable reso-
ltions of respect on the death of r. W.
J. Ira alljouman which occurred on ri-
day, October la, 198, beg leave to sub-
C the follow Comero Lodge
Whereas, The Supreme Ruler of the
Universe, in His into drafnite wisdom has
seen fit to remove from our midst our
worthy brother, J. Ira Hallman, and
Whereas In his death the Lodge has
lost a valuable member, his devoted
wife a loving husband, his little ones a
kind and affectionate father, and the
community a useful citizen, therefore
be lt
Resolved, That in his death this Lo '
has lost a Pythian who was a is
ready and willing to stand by our mo
Friendship, Charity and Benevolence
and ever ready ana willing to do all in
his power for the cause of right aso-
Be it further resolved, 'That Castle
Hall be draped in mourning for thirty
days, and that these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes, a copy sent
the family of our deceased brother an
a copy furnished the local press for
Fraternally submitted.
Caeo-WalB at Taoger-Bthol's.
Last Tuesday afternoon the immense
hardware store of Yaeger-Bethol Co.
was the scene of much merriment, the
occasion being a cake-walk performance
on the sidewalk by a dozen of more
than average avoidupois.
A large spongecake, whose only
springs were furmished by a liberal p-
ply o Royal Baking Powder, was
on a platter and covered with a edea
piece of paper. Upon this was laid
broad plank, and over the plank the la-
dies walked, one after the other. The
result was the flattening of the cake to
about an inch in thickness. When it
was rescued, however, this wonderful
cake began to rise again and soon
reached its normal height, only to be
seized upon and eaten by its cruel per-
The cake was baked by Mr. Percy F.
Payne, demonstrator of the Majeactec
Range, who has made his headquartml,
during the past week at Yasger-Bethel's
store, serving beaten biscuit and hot
Wood's er"'MeiSin'ein liquid
form for malaria, chills and fever.
regu'ates the liver, kidneys and blad-
der. brings quick relief to biliousness,
sick-headache, consUpation. Pleasant
to take. The $1.00 bottle oot5li
S1-2 times the quantity of the sOc
sise. First 4bee brings relief. Its
tonic effects felt at once. Sold by all
druggists. *- e.
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Poeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo New York,
sole agents for the United btatee.
Remediber the name-Doan's--and
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o .avoumnen should go to Jackson-
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office, 9 Laura street. 84

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houses one dwellint
Santityof lumber wee deo
IS morning last
aiA. atetim, tbyso efMth Bost
N fresh ever to visit that place,
stJ lo being stimatoeqpt about
T ein started in McKmeh&' drug
stoe, oppito the steamed' lel
Thi b.u d t "th. with t .F
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t The loss sustained bth rail
Estimated at $6,000. The fire
then Fprad to two large stores, the
pastoffife building, a meat market south
of the freight house, which were totally
The J. N. Coombs' bulkliug was eom-
pally dtroyed in It were the cus-
io oe' and telegraph osee. Just
north of this balding were several tbhou-
mad feet of lumber and a e bar e
lded with lumber, both ot which were
destroyed. This was the property of
the Franklin Lumber Company. On
the east side of the railroad several
thousand teet of lumber owned by the
same company went up in smoke.
Kilburn and Parlin's general mer-
chandise store burned to the ground,
and here the fire stopped.
One dwelling was burned and a total
of nine business h use were entirely
wiped out. The burned district covers
an area of about a mile.
Mr. Frank Knapp, formerly of Wis-
consin, is in charge of Panacea Springs
Hotel and property as eral m er
of the Panacea Hotel Co. This winter
many improvemwats and renovations
are contemplated toward giving the
public every comfort and convenience
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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
I and Building Lots for Factories.
Leon County, of which Tallahassee is the seat of govern-
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Swith 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 Virginia,
nearness to the Gulf coast with its oyster beds and fisheries,
health and sea side resorts, railroads in six different direc-
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 crops limited only by a semi-tropical
climate, which for money making, its Sumatra Tobacco has
yielded a $1.000 per acre.
Correqondence solicited.
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with the Tension Spring. and when you get and use it once,
you will use it in preference to any other you may have.
These SHEARS are perfectly finished and heavily nickel
plated eight inches in length.
We Guarantee
the quality of the material and workmanship in this pair of
SHEARS to be first-class, that the Tension Spring device
doubles the usefulness of the SHEARS and does away with
the need of resharpening, and furthermore, our Guarantee
Certificate accompanies every pair, agreeing "that if this
pair of shears BREAKS or in any way becomes defective
within FIVE YEARS from date of purchase it will be re-
placed with a NEW pair without cost."
How to Get the Shears.
'ill out this blank and mail a money order for $1.26. for
The True Democrat one year and a pair of these shears will
be mailed to you within ten dmys, absolutely free

True Democrat, Talrfhaisee. Fla :--
Enclosed find $1 25. Send me the shears, and True Demo-
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There being a demand for same, the
True Democrat cheerfully furnishes
the following:
The Senate.

District 1-J. H. B. Miller, Milligan.
District 2-John S. Beard, Pensa-
District 3-William W. Fiournoy, De
Funlak Springs.
District 4-Theop West, Marianna.
District 5-R. F. Horeford, Coo Mills.
Diati Ict 6 Jamems N Broome,
District 7-D. 11. Sle,an, Lakeland.
District 8-John W. Henderson. Tal.
District 9-George W. Dayton, Dade


10-C. II. Leggett, Green-
S11-Donald C. McMullen.
12-E. I, Cottrell. Oldtown.
13-F. M. Hudson, Miami.
14-F. P. Cone, Lake City.
15-A. Z. Adkins. Starke.
16--T. S. Davis, Fernan-
17-J. B. Johnson. Live Oak.
18-H. H. Buckman, Jack-

District 19--. C. Massey, Orlando.
District 20-D. H. Baker, Orange
District 21-J. A. Williams. Cedar
District 22-William M. 6irardeau,
District 23-1. N. Whitney, Lady
District 24-W. Hunt Harris, Key
District 25-Buell Cook, Chipley.
District 2--E. 8. Crill, Palatka.
District 27-Joeeph H. Humphries,
District 28-Frank W. Sams, New
District 29-W. E. Baker. Melrose.
District 30-W. H. H. McLean. Jas-
'District 31-L. W. Zim, St. Augus-
District 32-H. H. McCreary,Gaines.
* House of Representatives.
Alachua-Syd L. Carter, Gaines-
ville; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.
Baker-J. L. Kelly, Macclenny.
Bradford-L. D. Wall, Starke; Er-
nest Knight, Lake Butler.
I Brevard-S-tewart.
Calhoun-E. 8. Fortner, Clarksville.
Citrus-E. 8. Grace, Citronella.
Clay-Charles Conway, Middleburg.
Columbia-John W. Hatcher, Lake
City; James B. Hodges. Lake City.
Dade-George 0. Sutler. Miami.
DeSoto-J. H. Brown, Arcadia.
H Duval--. L. Farris, Jacksonville;
Frank E. Chase, Jacksonville.
Escambla--John P. Stokes. Pensa-
cola; C. L. Wiggin, Pine Barren.
Franklih-E. R. L. Moore, Carra-
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffy, Gretna; J.
W. Sheppard, Greensboro.
Hamilton-L. C. Register, Avoca; J.
W. Bynum, White Springs.
Hernando-F. L. Stringer, Brooks-
Rlllaboro-John 8. Taylor, Largo;
D. F. Pattishall, Plant City.
Holmes-G. W. Watford, Esto.
Jackson-W. E. B. Smith, Marianna;
J. H. Tidwel. Baseem.
V -Jefferson--8. D. Clarke. Monticello;
A. J. Boland, Thomas City.
Lake-J. R. Miller. Eustis; J. 8.
Godfrey. Talaha.
Lee-F. J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
SLeo-A. S.Wells.Tallahassee; John
L. Neely. Tallahassee.
Levy-W. J. Epperson, Bronson.
Lafayette-McQueen Chaires, Old.
t LJberty-Z. K. Thaggard, Bristol.
N Madison-Charles E. Davis, Madi-
son; J. ilIs Blanton, Lee.
Manateo-D. F. Hull, Costatla.
Marloso-L Light. Reddick; W. D.
Cam. Oeala.
Monroe-W. H. Malone. Jr.. Key
West; Charles L. Knowles. Key West.
Namsau-J. E. Calkins, PFernandina;
A. I. Ogilvie, Calalhan.
Orange-A. B. Newton. Winter Gar-
Sdee; James H. King. Oviedo.
Osceola-C. S. Acre*. Kissimmee.
SPasco-P. C. Utell, Hudson.
Polk-J. A. Cox, Kathleen; W. J.
Durrance, Fort Meade.
Putnam-H. A. B. MacKenzle, Pa.
latka; 8. J. Hilburn. Palatka.
Santa Rosa--. V. McCaskill, Bluff
Spring; A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
8L. Johns-W. A. MacWilliams. St.
SAugustine: C. J. DuPont, Matanzas.
St. Lmle-W. I. Hardee. Jensen.
ISumter-KMeGhnn Terrell, BushnelL
m85wannee-I. E. Robenrson, Uive
Oak: Geo. W. Dempeey. UDaville.

Land; Macon Thornton. Omond.
rWakulla-Walter Page, Wakulla.
.Waton-J. P. RUhbbourg. Laurel
Washiagton-R. L. Mocenmle, pan
aNa Cffy. _
SMarried Man in Trouble.
uA married an who permits say
S member of the Asslly to take anything
oeapt Pmery's Homey and Tar, tor
S eaghms, clds sad 3Mr trouble, a guilty
ft regleet. Nothing ele Is as good for
i selmsw trobles. Tke genuine
I a nd18r fnyu Tar eoastatf so
*sIt a-aa a y.ew n akage.

Evaporator Pans,


Sugar Kettles

And Cane




WHBERA8. The Lgqslature of 1907. aw
der the Constitution of 188, of the State
of Florida, did pan three Joist Resolutlons
proposing amendments to the Coastitutloa
of the State of Florida, and the same were
agreed to by a vote of thre-ifths of a I the
members elected to each bouse; that tO
votes on said Joint Resolutions were entered
upon their respective Journals, with yeas
and nays thereon, and they did determine
and direct that the said Joint Resolutons
be suhmltted ta the electors of the ftate

at the General Election in November, 1908.
F'OR)D. Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, do hereby give notice that a
will be held In each county in Florida oan
Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday
in November, A. D. 1008, the said Tuesaa
being the
for the ratification or rejection of the said

Joint Resolutions proposing amendmnets to
the Constitution of the State of Florlda,
vi .:
A 10I IT< RPAfI iTT'rtPnM< -._nrAo_ ,. s

Seetla 85. No Courts other than herein DNOCKATIC PRISIDENTIAL ILIC*
specified shall be established la this State ,
except that the Legislature may provide for TORS
the creation and establlhmemt of such addi-
tional Judicial circts as may from time toI As there will probably be from 25 to
time become necessary, and for the appoint- 85 names of Presldentil Electors on the
moat by the Governor and confirmation by
the Senate of additional circuit judges there ballot to be voted in the November elec-
tor, whose terms o office and general url- tion it will be well for voters to study
diction shall be the same as herein provided 1
for the circuit judges herein already pro- and familiarize themselves with the
Commssioa with judicial ower In all mat names of the Democratic electors we
ter connected with the functions of their df should vote for, as follows:
off__ e.H. P. BAILEY.
The votes cast la compliance with said P. W. BUTLER,
proposed amendments, and the canvass, dee-
larations and returns thereof, shall be sub- ROBT. DAVIS.
Jected to the aame regulations and restrie- GEO. C. MARTIN,
tlons as are provided by law for general SAMUEL PASCO.
elections In the State of l orda. SAMUEL PASCO.
OF, I have hereunto set my BANQUET
hand sand affixed the Great spread before you would do you no
(SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida. good if you couldn't eat. What goo4
at Tallahase. the Capital can food do a child when as soon as it
V.w1 tJfth day of July, enters its stomach it is eaten by
B. CLAY CRAWFORD, worms. That's the reason your baby
Secretary of State. Is aling, cross, pasty faced and thin.
July 24. 1908. Give it White's Cream Vermifuge. It
will expel the worms and act as a
C n. tonic for the child. Hardee-Smith
ty Co., druggists.

a e', a t* a x*OcwjtJ S *t fa F' .
Amendment to Sectlon Nine (9) of Article
Five (5) of the Constitution of Florida The usual fee of M0 i advance for Announce.
relating to Judicial salaries m s ade this h ad.
Be it Resolred b the Loegielture s often OR TAX O0LLECT'I.
M.-A .. ---he Tmw axC awb inm ... k.

state or fnon :
That Section Nine (9) of Article rFve (5)
of the Constitution of the State of Florida
be and the same is hereby amended so as
to read as follows, vis.:
Section Nine (9). The salaries of Jos-
titees of the Supreme Ceourt. Circuit Judges
and Judges of Criminal Courts of Record
shall be fixed by the Legislature.
That the forsoiang adedmest of Section
(9) of Article Five (5) of the Constitu-
tion of Florida Is hereby agreed to, and the
same shall be submitted to the electors ea
the State for approval or rejection at the
ant general election of Repreetatives
hereafter, as required by Section One (1) of
Artlel S'eventeen (17) of said Constitutio.

JOINT RESOLUTION proposal a amend-
meat to Article Twelve of the Constits-
tito of the State of Florida relative de
education, to be known as Seetios Six-
teem of mid Article, providlag for the levy
of a special tax for the support aad malm-
tesan eot the University of the State
of Florida, the Florida Fmaale Collage.
the Institute for the Blind, Deaf aad

Dymb, ana the Colorea Normaal school.
BeS t Resolved by the Legteatse f the
State of Florms:
That the following amendment to Artilel
Twelve of the Constltutios of the iltate of
Florlda, to be known as gectioem I of asld
Article, be and the same s hereb agree
to and shall be submitted to th e else ts o
the State at the next general eleae of
Repreeotatives, to be hell in the year 1008,
for ratification or rejectlbi.
See. 16. A special tax of en e maill the
dollar of all taxable property the State
shall be levied aaually for the wMert and
malntenance of the Umrdnty9 of the Statei
of a ortda the orido a V Collteh, the
istttofr the 911114 Deasafa Du=b a"d
the Colored Normal ehool, wich adll be
Paid to the State Treasw asad t at
btham to the erlt ofethae 1"W Iot w
of tor the hemfit Of sai metitdems i a
reoulred by the aet creating ad M a tab
aag the Sbe, known as Chaptr 5854 of
the Laws of o01ea, approved June 5 13,16

meast to SeetiasTb, 7. a ~Artile F""
of the conttuied!odo itenrdia uMintin
to soestlebenot ad C61ms.

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School Books.

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lished the fact thathbewesM mot ESSIR ntar the
eoatest fry City Tax 009osisr. I tshe this ovseasom
toe snanies 10 1 ,cadmthe eltbsmsof Tal-
bhoe that I wS he a aed~ats for the aolee of
TtCdsuhw eft sedoitY ist
D hemodTda"Mm dosop-tadD bo
give te Isme othe hushmmad
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To the Domtie Ytes.e f t 4 O he oC t 1Th3
Having dashed ste ke ethe in Iwsotemaing
at inhieFy~ umusb watI ned heomak
tdo owsamm euml eus
frkmbande athe uhtims..4f 1Iheto O
their suport, I mU grveto makem
and ~elSnt ChrT.2ax Ceilete,1 r, m uWill Westf
6D tthe poeitm.a m
Vay mepeetf r.J.sUuj E asu

For Sua-A Bwgphi!

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

Johb G. Co .

Tre Dmseat Office.
Slightly Colder with Snow.
When you "s- that kind of a weather
forecast you know that rbhumetMe
weather is at hand. Get ready or It
now by 8ettlfg a bottle of fsalard's
sBow L umet. 9tnes tUds made
for rheumatlL eallblalms, ftrot bite,
wsre and sttiff sa d musMles a
ahes and 41p.Se M aUd-, 1 a
bottle. HCar041 ndrs.ts
assa ^.* s'^fc^.W
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One National Cash Reg-
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small quantities or in the



Tallahasee, Fla.

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The Situaion is clearing
The Cure is in Work.



in perfect condition.
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ost Attractive

Fall Merchandise

VERY DEPARTMENT IS BRIM FULL of the kind of Merchan-
E dise that Fashion demands. In purchasing here every element
of chance in not getting the tight quality, in the correct style,
is eliminated; every bundle that leaves our counters is a bundle
of satisfaction or your money back. We have set high figures
for this Season's Sale Record---and to reach the mark no time must be
lost. Consequently we are driving right in with Matchless Stock,
Matchless Quality, Matchless Styles, at Most Economical Prices.

Our dress goods stock embraces the newest
weaves in Cheveron Serges, Cheviote and Eoli-
ennes in all the popular shades of Smoke, Taupe,
Edison Blue, Browns and Garnets.
A big line of Fancy Fall Suitings, Mohairs,
Panamas, Striped Taffetas in Black, Navy,
Brown, Green and Gray, 36. inches wide,
at per yd.........---------------.......--------50
Black and Gray plaid Wool suitings 42
inches wide, worth $1.00, at---------.......---75c
Gobelin Blue Suitings, 36 inches wide, 2fl
worth 50c, at------------------------. 39. .
About twenty five pieces of Plaid Suitings, in
all colors, 36 inches wide, former price 18c
35c, choice per yd------------------------


36 inch Black Chiffon Taffeta, every el.O0
yard guaranteed worth $1.25, at .. --- '. '
36 inch Black Taffeta, worth $1.00 per 89c
yard, at.-..--- ..... ..


We carrW an immense stock of the newest
ideas in veilings.
Dotted Net Veilings in Brown, Navy and Black
at 25 and 50 cents the yaard.
Ready-Made Plain and Dotted Chiffon Veils,
all Colors, 60, 75 cents and $1.00 each.


We are showing a very complete line of the
newest weaves in White Cotton Goodi for waists
and suits. Among the late arrivals are Mer-
cerized Madras, French Percaels, Irish Poplin
and Pancras, Shirting, per' yard..--25 and 35c


A 36 inch Linen Cambric, absolutely
every thread Pure Linen, per yard------ 25c

These Cool Mornings

suggest heavy underwear, our stock contains
all the seasonable weights.
Ladies Knitted Corset Covers, High Neck and
Long Sleeves and Low neck and Short Sleeves,
each, .------------------------------ 25and 50c
Ladies Cotton Undervests and Pants 25 and
50 cents the garment.
Ladies Silk and Wool Vests, ----------$1.23
Infants Cotton Wrappers, ------------15c
All sizes in Rubens Infants Wrappers, in both
cotton and wool.
Misses Cotton Underwear, pants and vests,
..the garment, 25c
Misses Cotton Union Suits,------- ..... --------..50c


Best Quality American Prints, Indigos, 5c
Garnets and Grays, per yard......... 5C
One bale 36 inch wide Unbleached Sheet- 5c
ing, per yard ------ -------...--. -----. C
36 inch wide Lonsdale Bleaching, at per 9
36 in Bleaching, free from starch, special I7
at per yard ......------------. .------..- --
27 inch Apron Ginghams in short lengths, 5c
worth 8 cents, at.......------------............----
36 inch Cresent Cambric, bleached by 10c
the Lonsdale Company, per yard --... I. c
Amoskeag Outing in light and dark
Plaids, Checks and Stripes. per yard ---- 10C
36 inch Side Band Percae's, in dark colors, |0c
per yard, 10--------------- ----. ---


We are exclusive agents for this celebrated
Every pair of them is guaranteed to us by the
manufacturers, and by us to our customers.
Our new fall stock has arrived, and we have
all weights and sizes for Ladies and Chil- 5
dren, at per pair.--..-.-------.....-..--...--


We have the exclusive Agency
for the American Lady Corsets.

After considering several other
makes, we decided on the American
Lady Corset as the best on the mar-
ket. Our new stock is now in and
'we are showing a full line of new
shapes and have the correct style for
every figure, $1.oo to $3.oo








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Ust of Qualified Voters ol

Leon County.

d I. .. 11 ...Ia4 I voters

A sIR o r t e le ..l'.'ly q u B -u ... .....
of Iron County. Florida, October 15th,
1908. by Precincts.

Atkinson, R. .
Atkinson, D. M.
Atkinson. Jai L.
Atkinson. Jerremlah.
Anders, J. A.
Aders, J. C.
Adams, Willis.
Adams. Sam.
Bannerman, W. T.
Bannerman, R. J.
Blair, J. B.. Jr.
Bell, C. W.
Banserman. C. W.
Cromartle, Henry.
Core, Alford.
Cromartle. Lewis.
Ce. C. Ralphb.
Cromartle, K. T.
hlhart. Frank.
'arrest, Josh.
.e ior, John.
raher, Jim.
aes. Goodman.
sdy, Abram.
Says, John. Jr.

layes, John. Br.
Iarrison. Ned.
iendry, J. A.
Hunter, S. G.
Jones, Wm.
Jones, -.
Mills. Nli.
McBride, John.
Nicks. Gilbert.
Nash, Jerry N.
Strlckland. James.
Strlckland. Reuben.
Stratton, Hamp.
Strickland. A. J.
Strickland. G. II. Jr.
Strickland. T. P.
Strickland. T. I'. Jr.
VanBrunt, H. F.
Wyche, Ben.
Wyche, II. C.
Wyche, John W. 8r.
wilaon. Joseph.
Wyche, Davy.
Whitbadd. Robt.
Wyche. John, W. Jr.


Akin. aRichard.
Asberry, Crawford.
,eatliy, A. L.
0:entley. Lake.
:-rown. G. T. Jr.
2katley, Jerry.
fowen. John.
_rown. (.. T. Sr.
_estley. WI. .s..
Mea0ley. T. L.
CarM. J. M.
Crowell. Henry .
Comlbs,. .
Cobse. A.
Sus=, Green.
2uha rt. Those. H.
3aia. Paul.
= (labe.
lW Toney.
Ivtls. Berry.
isT, Fred.
VaubnH Harrison
ViuW. H.
he. Will.
tangl. D. F.
John H.
im, Dean.

1. .
Nasb. 8r.

B. H.

nlw. N. M.
Isam. John.
Johnson, J. .
Johnson. Jeassee.
Jones, 'eo.
Jones, Alex.
Johnson. John.
James. Josh.
Knight, Ishmel.
.arrkln. Homer.
lArkln Sam.
Lawyer. James.
Lamb, 0. U.
Michell. H. M.
Miller, Toby.
Manatl i. B.
Meeks. Thoa.
McIntosh. Those.
Price. J3les.
PaIne. Pleas.
Rollins. starling.
Robinson. I.
Short, Geo.
1ims. Butler.
IN Peo%. Eis.
Stewart. Jesee.
Tucker. Walters.
Vansrunt. Johna.
WUlias, Jepih.
Willams', Taylor.
Wahingto. Andrew
William. Wa.

Young. Sa.'L
Young, Frank.

radley. J. R. Powell. J. M.
t, Jerry. ? )well, B. .
fw, Peter, Sr. Peell, S. .
Dea. Roberts, Turner.
pi ly. Ri L. Roberts. Julla.
Reeves (. T.
Jo. Jabk
Palbo. Speed. *rVlL
mlthamse I W.
L. U. Willlsm. 4sm
Wa. WUlliams. emmra.
J. A. Washblsto. Oliver.
J**. Ro~tJ
Prince. You Heasry.
3 IL

Wamtte Walter N.
r t Lawreos.
3. H.

a, Edward.

I JtB.

T. .
LT ar. J.
mBi, Bd.

G reen.
l, Adam.
tTe EL

ln, ady.
all, Aaroa.
atey, John.
n. D.
nII. T. T.
w Dan.
1sua. 8.
adJohn. tP.
RacH. C.
allI ack.H
all. Wa.
mormon. Pa.
Maea, W. C.
hekieen Joba.
ees. Allen.

Jacksom. Haady.
Jackson, Jame.m
Joyner, J. R.
Jo1= 8 JIL
Jones. Jim.
= a -lbert.

MIchell" Reuben.
Mkbiell Gilbert.
Mime. fWe"y.

Mej Heary.

Patterson. Frank.
Ponder, Mack.
Ponder. Henry.
Randolph, T. J.
Rapp, C. J.
Sherman Robt.
Slash. Louis.
meith. James.
Sayies. Austin.
tNpady. Willie.
Rtanley. L.
Stepheas, Josh.
Stroman. J. H.
Scruagp. J. A.
Thompson. Harry.
Turner, olomasn.
Taylor, 1-n.
Thompsoa, W.
Williams, Wash. H.
Williams. General.
White. Gilbert.
Williams. Jessee.
Wood. 8. R.
Yarbrongh, W. F.

Millbgsley. H. C. Jones, E,
iTat Abe. Knox. W"a
SgIley, J. P. Martin, NI
imele,, F. I. I Rans a"
l N.
I, C. W.
i l. r.

loses 8. A. Waller, B.
Lsti. Booker. Johnson, I
J. Jose., Wal

.. P.

moms. in: W.


Hayes. Mack.
Jon"e. John IH.
Morel. I.. B.
Mahry. E. N.
McDearmid, P. D.
McDearmid. J. H.
eayn, Toblas.
under. Wesley.
raramore. Martin.
Paramore, f1. P.
Preston. Wash.


OUjMI ColeseO.

Chari D. G.
Cromartte, A.
Coleman, B.
Caranne, Ii. B.
(balres. J. P.
_ Chalre ,11. R.
Mbalres, M. P.
SCottoa HT.
Clack. Ransom.
Clack. Levy.
* Devite. Cbah.
Davis. T.
IDavis. John.
Davis. Madison.
Duncan, Josh.
8 Drawdy. H. W.
DiDupree, J. J.
. Duncan. K. P.
Davis. James.
Rdwar,.s. Bos.
Earnest. G. It.
Pootman. Geo. N.
Fleming. Scott.
Footman. 0. T.
Oardner, B. M.
Hunter. Oliver.
11il. Hunter.
Ilolliman, Henry.
Harrlson, Alex. Jr.
Harrison. Sam.
Hawkins. John.
Harrison. Alex. Sr.
IHawkins. (slep.
Johnson. Sam.
Andley, Saul.
Averett. G. II.
Anderson, D. C.
Anderson, John.
Anderson. Jasper.
Barnes. K. J.
Brown, Wn.
Bryant, A.
Brown, Isaac.
Blake. Geo.
9ruton, Jet.
Iron. Thou.
Uanks. Joseph.
amrnes, Gabe.
larnes, Kisah.
oarnes, 0. Jr.
3anks, J. R.
9radford. A. Neal.
4ralg. F. E.
Campbell. Moses.
Craig. Jobs A.
( lnaas, Allen.
Child. Geo. W.
Campbel, Joe.
Caraway. R. C.
I mnols. WashL
Davis. James.
Edwards, A. R.
Xdwards,. L. B.
Edwards, Isam.
Everett. Willis.
Edwards. Chase.
ppley. Richard.
Fitt t N.
Oallon, harton.
Green. Jordan.
Oriffn. Peter.
raham, OGlean.
Hopkins, (barlee.
Houston. John.
1111, Allen.
Nauhrinm OGee
i rrson am.
laynon, Bward.
Hubhea, Loais.

Jao=4. Willia.
J Jaly.
Aah OGeo., Jr.
At Iesn. J. L
Bryant. Morgan.
Bowman. James.
Baekater. Robt.
raanmud, ., r.
Bradley Henry.
A ot. F.Jr
Brewer, V. C.
Bryant. Robt.
C=w W. 3.
(oaner. J. B.
C(rtis. Robt.
C('rtis. Peter.
Croucher. Alford.
voucherer, H.
Co0rtey, B.

Onadhalm. S. N.
Croucberl Z. A.
0811 .undy.

Craham, Hayward.
aorris, Whley.

eday., (tary.
a oB .
Itndbalm. ILN.

raa Hay(eo.w Jr.
Holiday. Walton.
Brown. Jea.
4well,. Reuben.
Dixon. Joesah.
Daniles. D1w.
BrlIg Reuben.
Edwards, Lawrence.
Edwards. T1am.
Footman, aeroa.
OIttiliama. Isaa. J
Gallen. Arcble.
Gallon., Robt.
Garner, 3. II.
Gained, William.
Iirtan. Edward..
BItt, Jobs.

Wm. Johason, Bliah.
iR. Jo Wode B.
Ban. Moore. T. P.
. Moore, J. C.
et. doors, Willie B.
mine. 1_oors. C. C.

Robleans Gas.
Robiso Parker.
skipMe, J. N.
Str lkand, V. J.
Stanley, Alex.
Smith, leo,.
pykes. Bmset.
Sykes, Perry.
Spra*t. 8ioon.
Spratt, A.
Stanley, Ilax.
Sawyer. .
8peed, HNelay.
tSmlt0, B. C.
Torris. N.
Thompson, Hindon.
Tbhomog. Abraham
Trent; Mheop
Thompaso DaTid.
Thompeop, Wllie.
Turner. Wauh.
Turner. Thomas.
I'church. C.
Ward. Green.
White. Soloman.
Whitaker, John.
Woodbery. H. P.
White. August.
White. David.
Watkins. Henry, Sr.
White. Frank.
Watklns. Henry, Jr.
Williams, Jim.
Yant. Alex.

;CT NO. 7.
Johnson. Alex.
Sefferson, Jef.
ofeorson, Gus.
e.afrer Adolph.
.:ohasoa, M. H., 8r.
o= M. H., Jr.
eO S .J.
KaI Tho. H.
Ke y.
Knight, Wiey.
Lartta. Wm.

Saaon. Joha.
Mitchell, Anthony.
waustn, Rall.
Ikite R hard
Voor WT.
Yoors, Thos. B.
VePheo* Wi.
McCray, W. 0.
I'lnder, Wealey.
Pride, Osbora.
Rush, Jim.
Rollinsa It.
ILlnaes, W *0
No Las. Dpek.
Rush, Arthur;
Shermau. AAtkafy.
Spencer. Frank.
Smtbh. James.
p cer, Phfillp.
8 #Utwood, afay.
Stephens, Nathan-
Rhamo., Andy.
,R ot, -afres.
Thomas, am.
Tbhepmon, Bandy.
Thompson, Randal.
White. Lewts.
W9=000. Heary.
Wt noonr.
1, :k Henry. .
Wllon, Lucdan.
Wiley. Jake.
willams. c. H.
CT NO. 8.
Jonq, Jack.
Jones. Brmnle.
.aasoe Jact.

.hnsea, J.LM
Aster, W.
durray. L. MoFston.
McrRff. GOo. e.
Nl aon B. 3.
t uw. C a .
euarterman. H. H.
on, n lu.
ob6sqe,4 LOas&
Rouw Willie.
Switser. J. B.
Smith. Sam.
Spencer. aevnpB.
peM r. Upward 8.
8n0. Mr&M .
Thompean, W. H.
Tl-aWMVkRU -ano.
Vickers. B. L
White WM.
Whitaker. John.
Wbot V. Be@ .
Walker, (refen.
Wells. Wesley.
Whitaker, Chas.
Woodhery. Peter.
Wbhtehad. J.
Walker, Henry W.
Wells. Gew
Yorgensea. N. C.
CT NO. 9.
Perry. Oliver.
Payne. Chan. H.
=ueen. ('ary.
Randolph. Isaac.
Roberts. Alex.
Roberson, Robt.
Roberson, Dave.
Itollins. Walker.
Rollins, Wright.
Randall, Joe.
Roherson. Henry.
Rodsers. M.
Khepard. Bam.
Smith. Emanuel.
Stephens. Spencer.Sr
Smith. Adam.
Stokes. Frank.
Relplo, 8pencer. 8r.
Thurman. Sam.
Vason. W. 1.
Williams. Edmand.
Williams, LAwrence.
Watmn. Joha.
Walker, Sandes.
Washlangton, Isaac.

LiTIng nn, Har-
Los,. -C. Jr.
Iewle, Goo.
Lewls, W. C.
Ion IL R.C. Sr.
isrwls, CL B.
Lowe. John Y.
Lowry, D. M.
L'Cagle. Claude.
lyday Eugene.
Moore. W. L.

Moore, F. C.
Momford J. C.
,T hal B
Marebal2 W. .4

PerklMs, C. W.
J. rl.ka
'erknls. Tho. J.
"MrtOAk T.
runltt, J. B.
'atterson. I. S.
" erktu W. K.
wko, %w. W.
Quarterman, W. 8.
Reed. Blas.
Ralsey. Geo. P.
Randolph, Thos. H.
R ,. Afford.
Randolph, Jas. H.
a l L T. Haay
wa Ir.
.A W. H.
Robertson. C. D.
Sayles. Samuel.
Smlth. John.
Stephenson, A.
nlUer, A. C.
hblae. NA.Jr.
Stilthb. .
Mhests. W. .,.. Jr.
Stewart. W. 0.
Stewart, W. G. Jr.
Sherman. (,ee. 0.
Soloman, Julius.
Skipper. C. Q.
slilne. A.bert
Seats, Wi. N. Hr.
Swlng. I). R.
beats. J. H.
Smalth. P.
Mellards. E. H.
Temple. A. J.
Tryan. Henry.
Taylor, L. W.
Thompson, Wm.
Thomas. R. A.
Trammell, W. W.
Taylor. Andersoa.
Vinson. J. M.
Viason, J. J.
W loon. P. W.
W nchrop J., R.
W Intams. R. W. 8r.
W'iltfeld. B. C.
W tLhms. A. IH.
W ,au, Prtemus.
Walgars. R. A.
Whitted. J, B.
WrI11w .

Wr t. Dan.
Wlllt BockeL
WlEzs. B.
Willlamis. P.
Williams. H. A.
Walker, W.
Wlnthrop P. B.
Wnthrop. 0. L.
wl I. a *

Z1egler. W. I.
enavky. H. D.:


W. 0.


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Jo Vuuhlegmgb
Ji ILsq


Adams. Matthew.
Austin, John.
Adron, Robt
Allood W. .L
Adama, D. C.
lurk, Jerry.
3radham. Joe.
Ranch, Henry.
laker, Turner.
4urnett. aRenders.
lurnett. Tyler.
lushuell, Col. J. W.
4aker. Hlollster.
iurtley. Isaac.
lutler, 8. J.
Bates, Lee.
Black, F. J.
Byrd, J. A.
tCordosa. F. I.
('romartle. John.
Carlisle diange.
Coles. F. C.
Cooper. (I.
Curtton D. D.
Cota., i. Louis.
'orteett. J. W.
Chepboro, Robt, Sr.
c(romartle W. C.
Council I B.
('aine. Wm.
CoMts, n1J.&
Croartl John Q.
Colea Frank P.

arnhy, W. M.

t Abram.

)avr4 Armold.
)oyle. Preman.
ppes. B. .11

fraler. .W

K!lr.1 H.

Wa T.


K patrck. Joseph.
RIpatrick, Geo.
yratck, Wright.
Kllpatrick. Iam.
KlpatrickA alvin.
Klipatriek. Bddle.
Lincoln, Dussey.
Lewla. W. I.
Lincoln. N. J.
leldy, Chas.
Lincoln. Killla.
kaxwell, J. W.
X)~well. B. P.
killer. Peter.
Moon, E. D..
Madison. Philip.
Miller, E. L.
Moody, Joseprb.
qlacknee. 4. T.
taxswell, Sydney.
iadleon, Israel Y.
rtlne A. E.
cGrlffi E.
'dray, C(lem.
iOr*f, W. W.
rDearmld. W. A.
I MilleH 8. B.
dc3rlt, W .
Normen, A. M.
eolaon. Johna.
~Plder. Thou.
'chard, H.
*kard, Alphea
F>rbard, Claude.
a'iramre. Andrew.
lias. Isaace.
mese, Parts.
aebereua. Brya.
3 4el,$ C2-,

maul, 3J.
Smth, J. W.
adpme 0. M.
Thomas TruVmed
T eman C. Q
eVa p. hAtheg
Va LR.,
Vaws. AC. m .


All&, Ales. a-e
Ala PhtInr. Cp. sO .
Aad a W euws,W

Butl r nher. Bin Wl
Brown. Geo. X t W
Bell, Alfted H. Asb. Jo
Butler. lIsac. Lews,
Srown, Edward. Lewis, Ja
lagna, ta Njo.o
row. l. l.

Bum a. 0j k
ru nd..H K. itcbl,
IIryau. (F A.. Jr. alga, J.
Benton, Wiley. kicaler, v
Brown. Isaac. miller An
Brea. J. AIL baitn,
Bauneas A. L. Verritt, I
Brown. ibt3t % ilton,
Carter. Tatom. I .I,
'ollins. J. W.
Crowder. W. R.
Courtney Adam. Norwood,
Crave. dz. W. Nelson, T
Crowder. J.Weetcott Newbura
('oe. J. R. Owens,
Davis, Stapbeo. Owens, Ra
I)il. fact. Owens, A.
Davis. Aleuaader. Osborn. J
Dlris. Mack. eProctor,
Dixon. NelI. 'Priace, J
Edwards, DsVtL. rise, C(
Cdwards. J6hn. Palmer. W
19gl1sh. Wille. Reese. Pat
edwards. A. R. RoUlna CI
ssell, J. I. Reid. Kne
3illot. L. D. Nichardpo
'ord. Wm. HI. Raa, H. I
Ford. J. W. Revell, W
Franklin. John. Hitter, J.
Ferrell. R. D. Roberts, J
Founchber. Henry. flmpaoon.
GUes, Harry. Sharp, Na
(I A G. Rml A.
Oen roth. A. H. mgith, Jo
Grace, Philmore. shule, lUa
Green. Ben. Naylor. $a
Griasett. Arthur C. talordl
Ooddle, W. C. Htrowell, I
Olbaon, L. 0. Thomas, J
(olden, Randal. Taylor, K
Olvens,. Robt Thomas, -
Hall, M. M. Thomas I
Hays. Frank. Thomas. T
Hawklns, Dewlin. Thompson
Harden, Anthony. Whites. 4
Harrisaon. James. iH. Wilson, 81
lall, Robt. Williams,
slarri. Randall. WilliasNs,
laynes. Joe. Washingto
Hatlnas, Harrison. WillimAs.,
4all M. M. Woodward
Hunter. Wi. William..
hindly. Bandy. Wtlson. C1
Johanmn, sJah. J. Wyan, Ge
JohnsoH, WI. Walker, f
ft as, j1 rd. 8r Washlngtc

W. .

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ha B.
red L,
hn R.
PetW. T.



Mat. W.

John N.
. U.
W. 0.
r Kth. h
n, 8.
. .
ohn P.
Lake. Jr.
on. Gee.
. A. L.
leo. Kelth.
n. Thom.

,dk u ot.,o.

Bryan. t B.
Byaes. Harrison.
Blodurant. PreA
Black. J. J.
rd. W 1IP.
R. .

Trown, J. .
9IoWn, H. C.

Cobb. A.
Carpenter. a. B.
oyrd. DTho.

conts. Joe.
Chance, J H.
Calma. W.
Colalma, W. T.
C'rawtord. I. C.
Coili, 0. .
Car. Dvid.
Chittenden B. D
Cohrbras, iran
Osllis, John
Coeby. Josh.
Coa J. Watson.
cogswoli. P.
Costa. W. T.
Coo. Trhe P.
Conlle CP.
('ates, 3. M.
Colema. J. D.
('teaond, W. .
Co. ne. 8.
(atei, B. M.

Paswell R. .
Carswell P. I.
Ot hcat O. L.
rtbfd. Ws. -
ient. Chas.
")ouglaa, II. N.
-w1li~. J. T.
aOui ass. Henry.
-1eaier. L. L.
-)mon. W. T.
uhartl. Henry.
"fInlley. R. L.
Uamon. lHermon.
Duval. E. R.
Duval. J. W.
Davie (eo. I.
Diekl, Henry.
MD1,h. L. IH.
)e0erry. J. Fred.
emalUev. IH. W.
7)emlly,. P. D.. Jr.
Mnflllev J. W.
'vian W. W. n.
-aviS. B. M.
'dwarda. FT. 0.
Edwards. j. H.
llis. David.
dwards. R. 0.
r W C.
orane, A. I.
F'atauer. Max.
Paigr. J. L.
Ferrell. D.
erreall M.
gkrg, H T.
Fletcher. RIlTkard.
Polsoma. V
Prema, A. if.
FiippW, "'. P.
Ferrenll. o(.
r. H L.
Orayt Jackson.
Oramllng, 0. 1.

reamelin t. W.
Wry. H .

RHam ttJ. B."

Hartaeld L. C.
tm Mo Ptanford.
Horton. JohS IL
TIL H. 0.1
tehlnn. ZEack T.
" arry,
Iato, n ory.

r"wbbu g. Julls.
'awes. T. J.
"or. LoUaIs .
ouston. J. P. 8.
-aweF, 1. H.
-inaman. K. 3.
elmberger. IL.
i eimt Aathey.
Jacksoa, Ram.


o W.

A. A.
D B.

Mathews, Do .
Melateur, Wa. Jr.

Ph l~on. T3ad.
h'a Bar, UI. B.
1'h lipo, W. P.
Palmer, J. A.
Parker, 0. C.

onbutt, W. B.
'hllilpm, M.

h lips. WU, D. P.
Palmeto, J. A.
Parkctor, 0. B.

'blilp, JF. M.
' w.rIL

{obdrtw. irard.
asndolpb, V. J.
aobeson,. Da.T
Plley, J. U.
aoberts, Arthur.
iobpsnob James.

2offe, Noon.
Zen% J. 5.
Xtoberts. R. B.
Rug*ley. W. P.
Rosar,L B. A.
Reeves, O. C.
hilioi p .
Richardson, Dan.
Shering, J. W.
Saxon, 0. W.
mlith, Henry.
Hauls, Wmn.
Sauls, H. 1.
Slott, i. W.
Singleton, Edward.
sauoers, Oliver.
Stewart, J. A.
Htephs,. '.
step W. J.
4weeting. H. N.
Hamuel., T.
stroman, W. .
eseth, R. L
Nalttl IL R.
proul, P. P .
Q9uII, W. F.
Isula. J. L.
Stt, John W.

Steats, B. P.. Jr.
Fastas J. R.
tephIeU. W. JC.
elIly, A. .
,omllo s,. IL
ony. W. A.
J. B.
'tbeu, 3. 3.
"tsen, W.
"rtce. John C.
"homNpn, C .
VanBr m, R. W.
VaaBru 0. C.

Walker (Ieo. W.
Waws, W. H.
Wood 0.
Wahnot, A
Watlo J. 3.
Walker. W. A.

Wllkins Hoary.
Willias, Arthur.

Woodward. J
Wo wardPr s .

Young. Hary.
ou a. 9. 0.

Alston Batchler.
Ausley. C. .L
AlexabdT, William
Altorl, H ., Jr.
Ad RM, W. H.
Aiord, .L..I
Amos. J. W.

Burney "
Bernar. T. Sr.
Bllk W. D.

Baras,. TW,

S V. P.
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Billlasey. J. L.
Bufti, C.
Clark, W.
Calwe, J. V.
chale. S. G.
Coxr R.
Cord, J. P.
CoOK Jobs. Jr.
ra klin. Je.
Caster. M. B.
Collins, John W.
outl H.
ord. rA.
Cbiate, C. A.
o % W. L.
Covngton, L. BL
wambod. Jala.s
(emilly. W. A.

sisav, J. W.
*emilly. C. L.
;uval. F. I).
vleis. P. H.

HdilpmJon. J. A.
Bdward. Wia.
Evans.. J.
Edwards. Eugene M.
Mva Bs B L
Edwards. M.
Elliott. V. 4'.
Ford. J. H.
Frsakiln, Jessaee.
Fe s. C. IZ.
Fitgerald. Edward.
Verrll. Jim W.
Fouataln. I.. II.
Ford, Edward.
(ons, Isaah.
Golden. J. A.
Owynm. G"e. HI.
Owyann. Cliftton B.
Gamble. Howard.
lorman. R. B.., Sr.
Greeobaw. Geo.
Garnett. lfenry.
(Grant. Robt A.
(Wirry. J. C.
Gray. 8. E.
Grant. J. J.
R. J. R.
Min. Liberty.
Hill. J. F.
Hi. C.
P. A.
artsfleld. W. P.

IM. B. P.
'l4ime1. G. H.
41ekis. 8. ha.
Isle, Fletcher.
larris Joe 3.
-der. k P.

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Lew e. V.
I, W. J.- K
Lawbou, Oe W.
lewis,. LL
Iawhan, W. W.
lee, B. 8.
levy. W. D.
Iee. Wash.
Lewis T. P.
Iee. J. C.
Iowry J. H.
.oody. ,John L.
miller, W. P.
diller, John W.
Ailler, Jacob W. Jr.
kerrtt, J. .IL
tSer, J. B.
Seller, C. I.
m lclentl. P. B.
McDaniel, 3. 3.
McDaniel, P. M.
McCutebhen. OoreLs.
McMurria.n R.
L'atterson Jacob.
Porter, Albert.
Pami B. r.
Porter. tll.
Pita, P. B.
P'eofe WIlUe.
Rb .T.
Rhodes, 0. W.
Levels. 0. L.
Ro n. J. L.
Robi=oon. W. C.
Rowson, Larkla.
Re W. A.
ROter, D. P.
Ret ertrd, Baamel.
3 J. '.
Ilk~a L J. T.
NA tb. midne7 I.
J. W.
8m tb Wm. T.
Mrwkiand. -
tdfoe Henry.
Willm8. On
William Aarea.

Ashley. 1.
Alligood. (3H
Ale nde H H.
AIIogl1 Joka O.
arrow. J. R. *
Sorrow, J. W.
Jatler, Andrew.
Soatwrigbt, J. R.
3arrow, 0. T.
arrow. J. L.
narrow, R. .IL
C(auseau, T. J.
OCosby, D. L.
('roaby, J. .
Crosby, J. A.
Ca(umou. W. W.
('on. W. J.
Copgwelt, A. B.
C('1aueau. T. P.
'roes, Alexander.
*irewe, Wa.
rbteya, Marsma.i.
)avidsen J. W.
a)Tvi, B.
)ardon, Joha.
)avle, J. H.
fltsh, Warren.
aNucr Ge4O
erreI, Tro
errell H. .
!errin. R. H.
leteber, U. B.
,OlUfll. W.0. .
(errll. 0.
GUbert. O.e, M.
(Glover, T. 3.
(lover. C. 3.
aaln. WU les. Jr.
4 i.

'ortom. W.
Hall. Tbo. 0.
S W.

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.'ohmas, N.

AS, J. D.

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Athlaso, W. a.
Att eade.
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Barrle, W. 16
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O(eddy. Thomas.
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(ty, W. W .
rey, B. C.
Oily, Allen
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II~ J134. I.
HartBeld, J .

Jacob. Judge
Johnson. A. B.
Kemp, J. B.
Louals Alfred.
L4vy, L. B.
Sevy. Robt. W.
Walter P.
i. maac.
M ry, Litt.
m ereoa, N. Jr.
mk Jef.

N T.t Loas.
11U111 W.
Redd. W.
I L.
ReeveC Hilto".
Resseal. I
Hmlt 011I.
Slne2. Richard.
malth, X.
rott, Sla.
Randes, W. W.
Rwala, John.
hblnes, Gue.
Mmlth, Walter.
mlith Westeett.
Thoma, W. R.
Tbomas. J. H.
Thomse, C. B.
Vanasat Jo88 th.
Williams, J. Jr.
Wade. J. .
Wethimlton. Banedl
Watsoo. Peter.
WIllhams. P. M.
Wade. J. W.
Willia Jeff.
Weeks, C.
WooGdOrd. J. A.
Will i. J. B.
Will= J. L.


7I~ ,..aJv~
.1 ~

'fB W~[i Y.

that te mallet hd a For return of my paebter og, name,
andlW' 01 e, aaa judge s, "Bobbie. Coor seMd liver, with
'8 4sl m .] whter that dadim mof white breast. Had em a leather collar
^^ Sh l- or -rah .i hassa aaI right with tag, marked Rob. C. Wright.
c ^ W d^ema (f tor as a ftsh at all, ta id learned HOWARD GAMBLE.
--rm~n .S-boking that it husbly
of____ W a.a owit W f that Mrs. James Randolph and children
I.t te md M we haveb plodded aloei a M e of are making Coloinel a Mrs. John S.
g Ma WS tat tha t M nl l this Jterting fast for b hun- Winthrop a pleasant visit.
8bON #L M T sbeWltad--i drdb nma, and ave only leased "Had dyspeplsa or indigestion for
a walk d b amutd them- frnmaa column Powelsim the St. years. No appetite, and what I did eat
Stt tM M Pet urg nladedendent all that we dttresmed me terribly. Burdock Blood
wa s eeaad for dinner. As the have been missing. It not only appears Bitters cured me.'-J. H. Walker, Sun.
wre sttng Aow t ecur that the mullet has a gizzard, an s the bury, Ohio.
a t h pbp that ndoublt- oly *s thus eq"ippeat b, but th .att
to the' P who h. dt- portion of itanatomy byfarthemot Judge T. M. Puleston. of Monticello,
e thein who had tak Wluable from an epicurean standpoint was in the city this morning and made
10p4t athear Mthe mushrooms Powelldeseants upon the excellence of us a pleasant isit, adding his name to
,i enthlag about them and that mullet giasard in such hunger exciting our fast growing subscription list.
m alght be poisonous fungi Ia the strain that we suggest a commission to To those afflicted with kidney and
Slsectlon. see If the mullet cannot be so Burbank- bladder trouble, backache. rheuma-
This reflection so affected the com. ised as that each of them may produce tism, Pineules for the Kidneys bring
psay that all the people present, with two gisards,or the organ so enlarged relief in the first dose, Hundreds of
the' exception of Cherbulles, declined that the chief function of the rest of people today testify to their remarka-
to partake of the dish. He alone at- the fish will be merely to carry the gi- ble healing and tonic properties. 30
tad-wsth gusto. zansard around. Next mullet you bu e days' trial. $1.00. rThey purify the
thae Ish with gHao. sure and save the gizzard.-Lakeland blood. At all druggists. nov.
lherbulles! Cberbullest What are
you about' he exclaimed. "Remem- ABOUT ADVERTISING-NO. S
Vt that you haven't finished your
gory in the Revue -"
*vatly to fib relief, the mushrooms t it ta l
turned out to be Innocuous, and the t W ASl w I
very was finished.
t Was a New Tea to Him. Adversmg opy
-inrieb Conried told the following
sty oooe when chatting his ex-
p ebece am an operatic dcmwter: "It By Her ert Kaufman.
happened In Chicago," aid he. "I
In, Cct there 2tosuntendO A skilled layer of mosaics works with
te afternoon.A. As I was. S small fragments of stoneC-they fit into more
at the Auditorium a Young, a av"
youag, newspaper man came *p AM places than the larger chunks.
talked to me. He begg fetr aa later- sr
view. I told him I had arraNap tosee The skilled advertiser works with small
hm H a. sonasat R Awords--they fit into more minds than big
It would be a feats In bt a phrases
ee* d scoop the gr 'Ve Wprases.
"a I to him, I sMhm ,. 1 'I he simpler the language the greater cer-
tstilew, but it wUill have to be while
I sm taking my bt a. seeemed tainty that t will be understood by the leat
'll asulnt and earnest young man. and
I ,s willing to o that much for hia. tin ellgent reader.
0 tunm eoathe, i a ndrvew The construction engineer plans his road-
do on bed where there is a minimum of grade-he
*Nbhat do you open with rad r.Mbe
*0 open with "rristaa n iUadd.," works along the lines of least resistance.
S they ever been here before The advertisement which runs into moun-
e tainous style is badly surveyed-all minds are
e fit rsIers not built for high level thinking.
4qu frst tame I ever swallowed a *4*0* *
usV11,,,,. Advcraismg mug be W en i
ia .Aay s.. s tricked out wiek the jwehy sid siks of
*k*rt U' ad literary expression it looks as much out of
'rve .wallowed a tack.' said I. place as a ball dress at the breakfast tabled
Stood gracalms, what will-become of a. -
.*,r The buying public is 6ly minerested in
e. o i ad sat back on the c. facts. Peple read ade~ ients to find out W
et he was layig and laughed. lerea'a"11" "'' o "i"dou
*Why. id S e S nothing to what y have to sell.
mpt layer swallows half a..dosen o The advertiser who can fire the most facts
S da4y. tif'a thing tht casa no e ..
omvenleace. f It did. I'd know it. in the shortest time gets the most returns.
% bet Ive swallowed a hundredweight
W t a 'a hu dw t Blank cartridges make noise but they do not hit
"A" I'r n "s-u* c* m s.cta -blink talk, however clever, is only wasted
h orA f nac#s rvs .swallowed f .
S Bth' tuaan'st He sace .
t. "Hang it." be eld; "ters You force.your salesmen to keep to solid
<...wr-New. Yor m facts-you don't allow them to sell muslin
,Were "u v one or en with qiotations from Omar or trousers with
m w angeringg portrait painter, excerpts from Marie Corelli. You must not
S Was bootI tolerate m your prnted selling talk anything
Well, I should ay so! A long legged, that you are not willing to countenance in
sfO eared Individual that looked some-
ml g like o came past here lastsalesmanship.
.nk and sold me a bottle of what was Cut out clever phrases if they are inserted
I-p;esed to be genulue olive oil to eat of
Smlettucs. 'when I poured it on the to the sacrifice ofclear explanations-write
l*.ttuce It turned oat to be -wing ma- talk. O b more b f P lc
I K ol. and. b, beck. if i thought dopy] as you talk. Only be more brief. Publicdty

I eua th wamlriga~rist.m was. gn- is rostlier than conversation-ranging in price
Ii ..inus a cloed or dust. chag dowrnward4 fmoai $6fl a line. talk is nnt c~hea
WV -WV W~ V.. ~- ~p-

Hakite Legion ef Hoenr.

pow- AL~hli.MLttpe
OW 1A W04M @t thatwb"ba
esisbI 1wby apowaeainI. 18L

but thM most expensive ommodity in the world.
Sketch in your ad to the stenographer.
Then you will be 6 busy "saying it" that you
wi not have time to bother about the gew-
0ga% of wridhi Afterwards take the types
?en manusipt and cut out every word
k -Ave or irnde can be er=ed withoutoitorn

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Now Offers Two

Magnificent $350 Pianos.
1st Choice to Lady receiving the Largest vote.
2nd Choice to the Lady receiving next highest.
1st Choice
Is one of the best sold by the Jesse French Piano Co.. oMontgomery,
Ala., whose advertisement appears in this paper. It is a full size 7j
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding board, protected tuning
pins, ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, etc., etc., and has a superbly
finished mahogany case. Its net (not list) value is $3650.00. Its a
beauty to see, a melodious charm to hear! Go see it at
2nd Choice
Is one of the best stld 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 care chacteristic of the .Cote tone. Finished in Mahogany,
with the Cote high quality and polished after the most approved
methods. It too is a beauty.
It is our desire to close contest with issue of December 18, so au o
award prize Christmas day, provided however t the yote will war-
rent us in doing so on thatday.
After your name has been entered, which can be done at any time
duri ewatest by pleitu mami aco snpbOW tethe amount
l100 votes in myme of Owballot b fo-m: _ltal City
P a* A e, olm.s of t.bpany, P. T. Mlsho s Jeealry Store
al at tim offlee of Thi y True Derooet Vee ydtr coupons
weeMy, those iped froto paperr seeriAtion Goe agm 6d those
received from the merchants herein stated who issue coupons on all
cash purchases from them.
We, the undersigned Merchants of Tallahassee, Florida, hereby
e to e coupons to cash t rs good tor votes on the True

Will give one vote for every" WIl lve 2e y g v

cent pai for artils purchase f Fce e 4t-
from bthem. chas.remdfromithem

Will give one vote for every Wil ive. m vot or' my
cent paid for articles purchued cnt pW hfor &- Bt-
from him. chased frm thaf.


Gold, Silver and Cut Glass.

Grocers, Confctoners, Bakers. Fine Furnt a Spealty.
Will give one vote for ever
Will give votes on every dollar cent paid on any article purctdow
paid them for merchandise. from im.

J. D. CA Y, every ls*"T Tre D--m t
w ppw arm tawafts em pmsOWed Lforv
Vdddtes andR Barne. mVtobe.-a-t. or-th ..1,rwee..
Pr new mw -in-ee sume *tms.
oe Ooupei wi b. be e p was fonewc
Will give oe vote for every Oneew iVotes
cent paid for articles purchased six omth, M vote
from him. mths v* s

Votes will be counted at 6 p. m. on the day before publication
each Week, the Mal of the bato being broken and the eamt imade by
dsntersted wrtis, different phbple buSn asked tb sve am week.
They will attest the correctmess of the count.
1. No e atas or r v d.e tt epr iertms .1 the
absee named are bl to pat e la th eatestam, will
part.pate i .:
others In t he 1. thIs e*nm et taeS SinS Stmwa !ne.V t. T
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show our goods.

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Gulf Ceast fair.
Preparations for the Great Gulf Coast
Fair and Agricultaral Exposition at
DeFunalk Sprina are being made with
a view to making the Fair of 1908 the
biggest ever heMi. Entries in all de-
prtments indicate that it isa gom to
be a t show of the products of
Went lorida.
Lovenreof poultry will find a trip there
to be an eduOetio in itself. The very
best in almost all the utility breed.
from all over the section have been en.
tered for the premiums shown. A par-
tialIst ao thebreed to be shown is
Whi 4Ue inrle and roe-
ecbea, pbees wnibonW tam t ade

PartOidge Clehins, Bronze Turkey.,

ot loea good horse, will ind that do-
partamt fufler than ever this year,
and the dipl of cattle will be an M
been tered is sid to be the laret
amWal of its age ever grown in the
To furtherthe edunetmsol side of the
Fair there will be addreme by the best
Farmer' Iastitute work in the State,
and in additln to thee Dr. A. 8. Me-!
haig, of the Demonstration Bureau
from the Department at Washington;
wUll be there.
The lighter side has not been lost
sight of and arranemet have been
made for reode of the speebe
from both ryman d Taft, ad on Sat-
=day the big-fddlers entestcomes off,
open to all the world, the yeiat
helnj that it is genuae of ed
fddn, with priMes of $15.00 to $10.00
for the frst and seeond best.
The mralMads have made a special low
round trip for the oceio, and every
ome who eaa o ought to.
a...m.haheo~utywiobs witaelE.
a pedtial e teAt of oM h .een t. e .ewerata and the
21-1 anan6 I TINms-Unsia's Pea-
tSIat fin3 J eebeN eo
4".b ei O* tax te
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Let This ie Waraang.
Mr. Walter P. Jennings, of Jennings.
is just recovering from an accident,
which came very near causing the loss
of his eyesight. About a month ago he
started to grease the axles of a fine
buggy, which had brass linings around
the axle. The axles were perfectly dry
and the friction had caused a portion of
the brass to be ground up into finedust.
Mr. Jennings blew the brass dust off
before he greased the axle, and in so
doing blew the dust in his eyes. In a
few hours afterwards his eyes bact in-
flamed so badly that he couldn't see, I
and he has suffered intensely for the
past four weeks. He is now able to be I
out again but is still suffering. -White'
Springs Herald.


Regiatratio Bok sof Loon Couty bthe
Board of County Cemmimlomenr of Leon County.
Florida., at a mwu b- Ild at the oAei of the
Clark of the areHtt U rt on the 14th day of Oc-
tober, 190&. la aseodance with te provisions of
Seti 19. L tbert" and am amended in 187T
1o0 and 190. a f lorida. The Board will
aset againa o Mmdy. October 19, 108, for the
epurpo of -lae a y names which may have
Pmecanu No. 1.
Pamsver No. 2.
Pascanr No. 8.
Rmy Fearrell.
Pmucarr No. 4.

Ebb Cattom

Don't be deceived by Imitations of De. 1
Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. Gor Chritl.
When you ask for DeWitt's be sure to
get It. The name is stamped on every
box. There is Just one original. It is
(specially good for piles. We sell and l
recommend them. Sold by Tallahassee Geo Ash.
Drug Co. *^

Miss Oldun-Oh, dear. rm afraid I
shall have to get some of that wrinkle
eradicator they advertise. Miss Pert-
ly-Let me get It for you. I have a
brother In the wholesale drug buslnea.s
-Boston Transcript
A Phlleespher.
"Pa, what is a philosopherr
"A philosopher, Tommy, is a man
who doesn't worry any about naneiatl
striaeoes, because he never has any
money."-Somervl Journal.
You might as well expect one wave
of the e to be precisely the amue as
the next wave of the ea as to expect
that there would be no ehban of er-

G.7F. Chambern
Puscusar No. L
Wmim a. wy.
PusoncT No.6S.
PsmucDW!No. 7.
Psuomcr No. L.
Sam C@ldw*U.
Wa.. HaIL

Pusmne No. 10.
PusacnC No. 11.
P. C. Alexader, A. F. Crawford.
Wa. Dunaea.
Pasanr No. I2.
C. F. Clourh. Jobn W. Colias.
Psacatr No, is. -
Pasmoc No. 14.
Puaomer No. I5.
Pmaamor No.!'l.
N. L MDelanie. F. 0ever.
w. H.A Ae.
GOrs Fuller. L 3. H-.
J. a KnishtKT .L Lsmet
W. T. P. W. M. Psr
T. ASmith. *'k yad.
D. W. sata. OL. aims.
Pacmor NXo 17.

Mari .

An xeptlion.
Little thel-MrE. RIkh, we're o al
made of dult, are we? Mr. Ricb (aI
nlgnly)-Tes ay odear. Little IM
(ItumpBasy)-t welo, you areN
'eo papa says you sprung trim mal
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Basresessn whooping o- d Sa
bruMhial saw throet tre

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Dr. J. H. Butt, having
1 purcha Mdandputin op-
3 trok at his woodyrd
* sawe mad wood spltting
m i toori p
no Wevi Wool In =ay


Can Obtain These at


at 75 cents.

Worth Double

The Price.

Only a small quan-
tity on sale at

This Price.

So get in Line.

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For Saleme

Par of Fine Driving Hores.
Young and Geatle.

Geo. S. W'ilUsy


For champweft .
Chopped sMWn.wboher ceased bad
am v~qbedsbw inv.fI


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The Renown Sheath Skirt can now be seen in

Tallahassee in our Ready-to-Wear department.

We are showing in this Ad. a few of our many





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SWJil Convinte the Most Exacting
That rIave the Most Complete, up-to-date,
Line of Dry Goods
Ever shown in Tallahassee.
In fact everything pertaining to a
First-class Dry Goods Store
in Stock.
See the Neckwear.







W'ith 0 will enable you to shave a beard off
" very easily and smoothly; tn fact, so
"HM~l fPping smoothly as to make you think It Is
not shaving at all
Thwe WrAi XW blade is thick enough to permit of a depe
of temper and a keenness of edge which positively can
iat be secured In any thin, wafer-like, flexible blade.
The JWM WIR Safety Razor Outfit consists of
Triple Silver Plated Frame a d Handle, and 12 Nor-
weglan sharp steel blades. '



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Seld aId QuMarmned b
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In order to make room for my Fall
Stock, which will soon begin to ar-
rive, for the next few days my entire
Will be offered at Reduced Prices.
Will make special low prices on
Lace Curtains, Hammocks, Porch Rockers Settees,
Refrigerators and Freezers.

All Summer Goods at Close Out
Prices. Call and get prices and you
will be 'convinced.


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Fruit of the loom Bleaching, yd. wide
at 10cper yd.
Bleaching, at 5, 8 and 10c per yd.
Bleached and unbleached Pillow Tubing and
Sheeting at reasonable prices.
Nice Line of Ribbons and Embroideries.
Fancy Candy and Fruits.
All kinds of Groceries.
Goods delivered to all points in the city
Am also engaged in livery busxie"s. Any one
wishing a team or dray, ring up phone 56.



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do*'t you

ask a~nj4dyj.

(cc-&e~e teange YtIMi4gfood iU414i
Ptuu at Mte lo4t "~?' asktMod
o~o deag9 s#4& aw.

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e e ceu.aus. rluablse..
r w Presldentlal lectorss:
Fr Uaited s Sams en .
Pe eprew tattve Coufr--nTbrd Con-
B melonal Dietrict:
For ooveumr:
For Treasurer:
For Secretary of 8tate:
For Attorney.-OG otl:
w s8upirlutepd.nt of Publc lIntruction:
For Commsliloner of Agriculture:
For Justices Supreme Court:
For Members of the Legislature:
A. 8. WELLS.
For County Judge:
For Clerk Citrruit Court:
For Shebriff:
FPor Ta Assessor :
For Tax Coll ctor:
3rw Pperlutendet of PublieInstrtlon:
For County Treasurer:
For County Surveyor:
County CommIselon s:
School Board:
I The Spas Swindle.
The attention of postmasters is di-
raeted to the following scheme operated
by swindler from various towns and
e stt in Spain, who make a practice of
Swriti to pvsas in the United States.
It s dired that this information be
esmmeuiated to the public through the
medinm of the fressf possible without
oat; or, if th cannot be done, that
Other top a may b pacticable
The Msheme consists n sending letters
to sertali papers, who have previously
ben selected by confederates. The
fmdatimeof the plot varies somewhat.
b sme isatanede the writer present
Ma tmadyi pro in a mil-
tarfrtrm He bai a fortune on de-
Malt the United States, but the ear-
S-atododtekisk mtealed in aIecret
.....ekof his vain. which has been
-Nii y theCourt atCarthsgumaand
t W bb behelduntlthe hpriomr, orhi.
.mq jativs, has mtisfied the coat of
se BtriaL o claim distant relaion-
S0 dd withA the addreMe. If the fint
vir boars fruit, it s quickly followed
by ets in which the prisoer's daong-
tplay a prominenmm t part. She i sI
*Iswithout a oc A t
p tof t the newly found relative for
6t*etln, If eaoh onmy s eantto
thevalie omtamning the rot
Sreseptasloand the cortificate ofdeposit.
If t relative will accept the trust, be
I to roeere oe-fourth of the prim..-
Sr'a tre fortune of about 1 .000

Under the p laws a felaiy must
be enmmated before the police may
ant and a more attempt to obtain mom-
bfas pretenses does not appear
to warrant arrest. The money must
be actually paid over, and the prosecut-
u witness must beo preoant in person
to tstlfy; otherwise prosecution would
be usloes-N-ota Guide.
Mr. Tboma H. Hall has been with
his family 4n New Orloans for the past
several woeks, where .Mis Sadie Hall
to taking a course of Instruetion In the
1Wkne Univenity Art SchooL Mr.
Hal remu d home last week.

General Demand

o1 the Well-Informed of the World has
mpy been for a simple, pleant and
slnmt liquid laxative remedy of know.
wdm; a laxative which physicians could
smtlon for family u. because it. corn-
t part an known to them to be
.ahome and buly bsfial in effet,
aelM. to the system an gentle, yet
EsM$t, in action.
.I a supplying that demand with its ex-
e. a eoambino of Syrup of Pip and
asbr of SenU, e C(arlfrnia sFig syrup
& oseP"=& along ethical lne. ad relie
.* ote mits of the laxative for its e nmark-
* 1 t is one of many reasoM why
. uof pdFll and Eixirof SBnaisgivma
b 1 pndem ,by the Well-4normd .
1 lg iesthe mi ewects always buy
m--m edb ty the Cali-
Se F0 Syrup C., oaly, a.d for l.e
it il eatus i*A #*flgew a emu


Opeaw faty at CovumtCab.
In a quiet way during lt past am-
mer the Country Club ham bemi rwi
both in Interest and memn ad
now, with the opening of t a-
so, the members are row th
aate over the formulaon ofor
the winter's diversions. The u
jmr dvand rooms have bon put in
ordr, ad through thoe our-
tefto th Bodof County OCemis-
iomeda, taezoda tstrot radwayr o-
teatibn leading to the Groe, hM
beautifultly graded m ad worked.
The Club intends making tb Friday
afternoon's regular receptei a ore
elaborate affair than uual thi
the Autumn Opening Day, iad it i%
hoped and expected that a large per-
centage of the members will be present.

Partleb holdIar receipts for tobacco
stored with me will please call and ex-
change them for the proper receipts for
fling at bank. A. WAamaH.


The Dollar That Can't

Be Spent

By Herbert Kaufman

Every dollar spent in advertising is not
only a seed dollarwhich grows a profit for the
merchant but is actually retained by him even
after he has paid it to the publisher.

Advertising creates a good will worth the
cost of the publicity.

It actually

costs nothing.

funds it does not use them up.

While it uses
It helps the

founder of a business to grow rich and at the
same time keeps his business from not dying
when he does.

It eliminates the personal equation. It per.
petuates confidence in the store and makes it
possible for a merchant to withdraw from busi-
ness without having the profit of te business
withdrawn from him. It changes a name to
an institution-an institution that will survive
after the death of its builder.

It is really an insurance policy which costs
nothing--pays a premium each year instead of
calling for one, and renders it possible to
change the entire personnel of a business
without disturbing its prosperity.

Advertising renders the business stronger
than the man-independent of his presence. It
permanentizes systems of merchandising, the
track of which is left for others to follow.

A business which is not advertised must
rely upon the personality of its proprietor, and
personality in business is a decreasing factor.
The public does not want to know the man who
owns the store-it isn't interested in him, but
in his goods. When an unadvertised business
is sold it is only worth as much as its stock of

goods and fixtures.

There is no good will to

be paid for-it does not exist-it has not been
created. The name over the door means noth-
ing except to the limited stream of people
from the immediate neighborhood, any of
whom could tell you more about some store
ten miles away which. has regularly delivered
its shop news to their breakfast tables.
It is as shortsighted f6r a man to build a
business which dies with his death or ceases
with his inaction as it is uns/faior him not.
. to provide for the centirnce inAeP a
his frnily. a, -


ve m o snI we laet9t A.
A o ember of dtla ied
the M. toper ervkieayto
noo,;- wadlighted Po
frMA onA W th orgad, Pof
lin, of the oaew teachersn of -
are at the of*e this year. M HM
=quea r, Cline and iwos Tar.
bet are ot only able m"iunsm but
whak w omen who wl M add m hb to
tho dWlife of tallN hsee. ey o
prei themlooves as beion g loe
with our city sad A
highly ptek"W iS tb Uf MA 1b
corps of itselatructors.
Woman litermupts Polit Speaker.
A well dressed woman latorrupted a
political speaker recently by onmtinu-
ally coughaif. If she had taban Foley's
Honey and Tar It would have cured
her cough quickly mad expelled the
cold from her system. The genuine
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and is in a yellow package.
Refuse substitutes. Sold by all drug-

For Sale!

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

ties. Apply to


Lloyd, Florida.

Mrs. H. Pope,

W. Ap. s tous.
Oat of towa orderMs r.
**IvM prompt attomton.
k Dayor mNIt.
uikcemd Embhamw.
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Udrem F. .. CHUNNY,& CO., To.
byanrl ists. 75c. A 1.t.

N LM le NLal aemtselle.
The song which bers this name is
questIonably one of GeWor M.Cobn'
tte NeW York Theatr etwere It Is now
being itg as the musical feture In
The words and music of this en
ewllbe iven In net 8n'6yta
New York Word O to ber18. Do't
fail to get It. Better order from your
newedeler in advance.
ST.,a areSaving Sunday World
songs. Why don't you?
A new, late, popular song every Sun-
Excellent Health Advice.
Mrs. M. M. Davison, of No. 379 GIO-
ford Ave., fan Jose, Cal., says: "The
worth of Electric Bitters as a general
family remedy, for headache, bilious-
ness and torper of the liver and bow-
els is so pronounced that I am prompt,.
ed to say a word in its favor, for the
benefit of those seeking relief from
afflictions. There Is more health for
the digestive organs in a bottle of
Electric Bitters than in any other rem.
edy I know of." Sold under guarantee
at all drug stores. 50c.
Church Notices.
TrInt I. Cureb, SoeL, L L. Pattern.
Pame r.-b6 vks Sunder at U am. Land ?7:0 p. m.
Mutn aio ptrel seso, M. P. Smn. e ua
NoeYtho LA odga s. L, nd. A bu Da'te
sto ame Th se. u ndo t ran Uin.
vited to war"pwith O
At.- i'la We prpOs atU Te o Sa.a.Ond at
pd. .
res h et mt Cueh, Rev.. J. .Pruett Paster.
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named below, and would upon examination pro-

$ to 20. nounce them W- -

More Goods for Same Money-Same Goods for Less Money.

They are all seasonable, and 'tis to the health of your

Spurs to call early and secure first choice-Dont miss it.

Wove Dress Flannel, 50 in. wide-comes only in Grey and Garnet,

actual value 50c per yard .
Worsted Suitings, 36 in. wide, in Black and Grey, Brown and Blue,
and Brown and Green, Brown and Grey mixtures-good
value at 50c per yard .
Fancy Mohairs, 36 in. wide, in Black and White, Red and Grey
mixtures, the same kind you always pay 50c for .
All wool Flannel Suitings, 36 in. wide, in Brown. Blue, and Green

r Choice

mixtures, such as cant be had for less than 50c *

Among them you will find lots to interest you, and

'tis to your best interest to see them.

On Center Table-Dry Goods Department.

Lew lats to the CaralvaL
AU ot the railroads in the State, east
of Chattaboochee river, have announced
low rates to the Jacksonville Carnival.
Round trip tickets wil be sold daily
from October 25 to 31, inclusive, at the
rate of one fare for the round trip plus
26 cents, and will be good to leave lack-
sonville, returning on any train up to
midnight of November a1st.
The Carnival will attract great crowds
of people from all parts of Florida, and
many people in this section have made
ewagement to meet friends from other
pa of the State in Jacksonville dar-
S the Carnival.
WTe Carnival management announce
Sthadt the very beat hih-claM attrac-
tues have been secmefrom the great
amuement resorts of the country, and
that there will also be a number of Eu-
topusa novelties that have never before
b -- in the Smth- Thea Mildwa

An l system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowels. No opiates. Guaranteed to v
satisfeation or money refunded. Prepared by PINEULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. U. S. A.


Will cure any case
beyond the reach of m

*ver*lades Water Mew.

IMPS 1 Seen Same owu. A. m Iy
will contain a large number of s ial Not sinee the wale of two years ago,.
features, and wilT be much largerthan have the Everglades been so full of
in former years. water as now, as a result of the heavy
I I ^^omer eas rains of the t week It is even
SAVED HIS BOY'S LIFE. averred by residents near the 'Glades
*ytree-ya.od bo wa badly that there is more water in the low-
SMy three-year-old boy Was badly lands now than at that time. Ba that
Coanstpated, had a hign avetr and was as it may, there is now an excellent op-
l an awful condition. I gave him two portunlty to observe the results of the
ees of n oley's Or in Axatve and drainage operations at the headot New
the next morning the fever wa gone River. If those canals carry off the
and he waa entirely well.F. oley's wat quickly and leave the land suffR-
Orlno Laxative saved his life. A. Wol. cipotly free from water for cultivation,
kusn, Casimer. Wis. Sold by all drug they may be said to be partially sue-
Sl ceful. They certainly have shown
If my little love of ours 'that they aanot take away all the wa-
cay .e ofo- ter that falls, when the fall is heavy at
CI M Ask ne0life the weeter; one time as it has been in the past few
f wl it ame of ours days.-Miami Record.
CI ake one step the fleeter; ^^^
If aylIttle help may ease Pineules for the Kidneys. 30 days'
tIebirden of another, trial, $1.00. Hundreds of people testi-
V G j! S loe and eareandstregth fy to the merit of this preparation in
SI M a brother. the relief of kidney trouble, rheuma.
-Jea eClv ( WeM.Ramw* tism. lumbago, backache. Pineules
Y.lqotheBes1S1*h11g aft directly on the kidneys, purify
f Fait eefe^ mWith me. I i othe blood and make you feel like a
I Sthat* wim sve r roo for e* *p on. They tone the system.
S ~ JOSMUA DUCAN. At a& druggists. nov.
To R=a -Two =m w m* w otoIf-eetf App'ktlons for Tax Deed,
ALout 8tO Mrs W GI.01 in A*Diawc with Sections
SSoth Aas street. 674 ad 55 of Genearal Statutes of the
T A =AT C.ed em u Sta e mof rids.
**"*.-'***''oTis priatallo-L n tat hfru a mm alvf~oC**BUT anna TRAT 8. A

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Made*"as required by Secton a. Chapter MS.
Acts 1907.
Showing the amount of taxes charged to the
"Tax Collector" of Leon County, Florida, to be
collected for th.ecurrent year 107, and the appo-
tionmnent of the same to the several funds for
I which taxes have been levied:
STotal tax for the year 1907 ..... 49.04.0
Amount paid to Sept. 1. 1908. K44,M09a6

** **Blance-------------- .-. as a
SBalance.a... a A PPO RTIONMENT. 4.1.23
Cumw Batreicho Generaileveue..............sIe.eeoo
SI.Corrects IAmount paid to Sept. 1. 1906 8 ,.179- 93&83
Correcsschools--------------- -.. M4.000
m Im 1Irren larities Amountpaid toSept. 1.190W- 30.311.23- 2,15&77
Polls.......................... as. oo goI
DULY CR JI Do not risk having ut no Wa .Freit.u1:-1-1.- 1:L- 9
of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright's Disease ntp to Sept.i1... 2A86- 3&5
netdicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes Amont paid toSept. 1.190. 7,7.2- 7906
Amount paid to Sept 1.1M1.. 4.U1.38-- B17.4
TI ration until the first annual election as provided I 4.M1.2
NOTIC for in the Charter are as follow.: Attes.t- Hairu T. FuLKsL.
Lena. W. Shackleford. President. Clerk of Circuit Court. Leon County. Florida.
Florence C. Cay. Firat Vice-Prestident. September lt. 1908.
Katherine Gamble. Second Vice-Presidlent.
Appllcatlen for Charter. Lilla Lewis. Recordinir Secretary. C c Ji
Sallie E. Blake. Treasurer. n the Circuit Court of the Second Judi-
Lena W. Shackleford. Member Club Council. cial Circuit of Florida, for Leon Coun-
Florence G. Cay. Member Club Council.
To All Whom it May Concern : Katherine Gamble. Member Club Council. ty-In Chancery.
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVFN THAT ON LlIlaewis. Member Club ouneil. Mary M. Rawlaland her'Husband. W. A. Rawls.
Tuesday. the twenty-seventh day of October. Flle Blake, Member Clb Council. vs. Bartow B. Wilson and Clfford W. Wilson. his
A. D. 1908. at ten o'clock in the rmorni. at Quin- Evely HodEs. Member Club Council. Wife* /
cy. in Gadsden county. in the State Nf elMwe ap- ily T. Dawkins. Member Club Council.
licatilon will be mebythe unera seri. sNewell E. Walker. MemberClubeCouncil. HEREAS IT HAS BEEN M4DE TO AP.
dents of the Cityof Tallahass Men W. Hrchbrw. Memer Club Council. pear by theaffidavit of W. Hf. Elli attorney
State of Floridat to the Honorable Joua W My- Sarah H. Felkel. Member Club Council. for the complainanta in the abow entitled cause.
lone. Jdge oit the Circuit Court of the Second Ju. The name. and reaidence of the subscribers to that the defendant. Bartow B. Wilson and Cif.
dicial Circuit of Florida, for a Charter for a Cor. said Charter, and hereto, are as follow : ford W. Wilson. his wif* are residents of a State
nation. under and by virtue of the Laws of the LUlla Lewis,. Tallahassee. Florida. other than the State of Florida, to.wit: the S8tate
State of Florida rgulatinu the formatiemneof a cnr- Mary S. Lewis. Tallahasee. Florida. ofGe ti. ti At lantai eoiofa thtences
paration not for proAt of which eorpaWtion the Annie P. Ames. Tallahasee', Florida. pfersinthe stantefvos ta t th ermc
name shall be Womrana Club of Tallahasesee. and fallie E. Blake. Tallahassee. Florida. person in the State of oidthe seai de fad
which .ur*.at&in is to be located in the City of Ida B. Bradford. Tallahassee. Florida. subpoena upon whom would bdad thes and efead
Tallahassee. Leon county. State of Florida. and I Wte W c W v nots, and that the mid defendants an eeb of
th object of the amion shall be to wk for a Witness Wheref We have hereunto signed theare over theeof twen ty-osyastere-
mentaland moral development and civic ne ournsamnes this the twenrty-third day of Septem- fore it is ordered that the skid defendants. Bar-
et. The embers f this corpotion ber. A. 1908. at Tallahassee. Leon county. tow B. Wilson and Clifford W. Wilson. his wife.
the undetrsined. and all such person as may be Stateof Florida. do appear to the bill of complaint filed in said
elected to sbereship in id biiA.. LILLA LEWIS. I cuse anthe 3d tyofNemwber. A. D. IMa. and
Ing to the method which may be provided In the MARY S. LEWIS. to plead. answer or demur thereto.
by-laws of Md corporation. The seorration ANNIE P. AMES. It I furthererdewed that this der be pub-
shae haveo peretlexletence. and the affairs SALLIE K. BLAKE. listed in The Weekly True Demorat. a newspa
t atbea ed by a Preadest Pirat '2 IA B. BRADFORD. per pub lIsedn the e of Tallahasse. in the
Vice-Frades aSita d Vle-Fte-oldst. who w- eek Of eI f ar eSeutae teesOf Frda. M" a
be be do SWcorrespondl weg Se frtary j2@W

Predideotel thiac..pathe shahti S'^ N0?0 M OWY VN, TEAT CB. 3 r*< 2L -_
shsilrt Rui he*P->e Notice of Application Ta x Ded etotr .ca et
dentl etheM lub aCed The VnPr idttl dGiven in Accordance u ithA. D. Sc has sh4t clerk iruit urt. Leon styeb Fla.
atv e s-e.el er & es Ad vresdent Ushue o ndf. aM67& of the General Statrees A D. in&t

eeter : a ld Treasea off thietsandpou e abr o f the Struleate of Florida a. NRY T. FappleELRE
ON The clb Connell to be deleted by tablletad the *Cle crcugisat court. Lem county. Ma
Praddemtte@1tb% i- P & "shtallnbe go Prws.o orcas a ar oRY vsN THATC. S. A truecpy
des r heasawre TePreside" Fireset o an Walth.ram! f ax torenesatnumber d Attent-M ayT. roPaw.
Vin.sea12 ldenSecned Vice-President. eAW" 2L aE. the 1Wh day ofAumunt, A. D. 19W4 has WU t clark alreuit ourt Laos conaty, FlM
swonwy "doneTIUG.. of.ths..orprses.. ea = 0".r at** y and md--- onI
*b elaoed* iuasuy at annual the tta mat th eion tuor ta deed to aee tos r I with law. NOTICI TO P EmTT OWNERS.
imwbes of this erporatio et their ew aid eereate embraMes the folewlk neerjed
Ember. whbh msid saumald meetdar is ofha held eitu, fat 15ss snLty. at" p5ie *Swp c ha llavy or Waber Wrks ami P.ire Pw
W ^ ^ ^y W m. t museaberred teor. 4. at biackT I
A tA send Thearww ato November et "d to-wit: r aseted tear e 4, of blUSk twea>- Mi e
everY yeas rad the BAIt eMt* *a 15ito be heldan two t. lo Villa Mitehel In sweet soea d twa
soe seemes Theledy Is Novewber. A. IMZU I mandRLi a n eOwa safL L seath f nroo e w1L NO C3 WU 01YGIVEW TEAT 1T ?0
tobeholdso"I fen the e I"wInthe" of Clera ot loos ea dthe ae o Co masith aar
la A. there shpa10%e1t4 est,ea taimbiaso eetoafrth at an asa ownof eto Pass vs O1oesuwe as
-- of hs Or10. lbbomINh. 4 Ohar. A._D.L l
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If Tea Waat te be Honered.
Don't contradict people, even if you're
you are right.
Don't be inquisitive about the affairs
of your most intimate friend.
Don't undertake anything because
you don't possess it.
Don't believe that everybody else in
the world is happier than you.
Don't conclude that you have never
had opportunities in life.
othn't believe all the evil you hear.
Don't be rude to your inferiorsin so-
cial position.
Don't repeat gossip, even if it does
interest a crowd.
Don't jeer at anybody's religious be-
Learn to hide your aches and pains
under a pleasant smile. Few care
whether you have the earache, heart-
ache or rheumatism.
Learn to attend to your own business
- a very important point.
Do not try to be anything else but a
gentleman or gentlewoman, and that
means one who has consideration for
tte whole world and whose life is gov-
erned by the golden rule: Do unto
others as you would be done by."-Ex.

Some tlecws of Catches Io the Wa-
e ers Near St. Maris.
Tallahasaee, Fla., Sept 30.--Just at
this season visitors to the Gulfare many
and frequent. St. Marks is only 26
miles from Tallahassee and the cover-
eed wagos that pa through Talla-
hase from Georg and the interior on
the way to the Gulf, are numerous.
This esson has developed St. Marks
as a rendefvoua for tarpon fishermen.
Tarpon, known to many as the silver
king, is the gamest fish of these waters.
The season started late, about the mid-
dle of AuguSt, and since that time for-
ty-two tarpon have been hung, many
being landed ranging in weight from
to 137pnd.
Ittak s on an average of two hours
to land a tarpon, and only those who
have experienced the sport can testify
to itas rareness and exhileration. In ad
dtion to the tarpon the red fish rle
plentiful, and for these as well as e
tarpon the season will be good until
Christmas. The weather is cool now on
the coast, and even inland, and the par-
ties boring down are many, but it is
certain they would be more numerous
if the people generally knew of the poe-
sibtlties of St. Marks. It is an ideal
resort at which the accommodations are
ample and adequate in every particular.
Frank Duval, of Tallahasee, holds
the record for the largest tarpon of the
season, his catch weighing 137J. A
number of tarpon have been displayed
on the streets since the season opened,
and they never fail to attract a large
The country is filled with game. The
duck seo n is now on, and the hunts-
men are going to the lakes about Talla-
hassee and to the Gulf. This is the
sport that the late Grover Cleveland
deighted in, and it is of such a re-
cherche character that any one who has
induld in it may realize the fascina-
tion that allured the great ex-President.
The lakes about Tallahams ee are covered
with 0duck, nd all that is necesary to
have a dams full sport is to getoul on
the lakes by the break o' day and wait
for the quarry. It is certain to come,
and there is no discount to the enjoy-
ment of the day in the open.
0! the hum and the whirr of the long
silk line,
And the click-click-click of the reel
And the rush and the plunge of the

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And the foam and the spray of the salt
salt brine-
Then-that yank on the pole you feeL
Oh! the rock and the roll of the dinky
As ov'er the waves you ride,
With a nigger to oar, you bet be must
To keep up with the kingly stride.
Oh that kink in the wrist
And the blame boat's list
And the King must take a dive-
We must eonfes I enjoyed myself
But I feel more dead than alive.
L. in Savannah News.
Deport te te Ov ee.

Editor True Democrat:-Citisen re-
tsa in last week's Democrat thai the
and ame laws are being violated.
Nw if CitiSen will report to the game
waden or to any one of his deputies,
or to the sheriff, any violation of the
fish sad me laws of which e is pre-
pared ad wing to give evidence in
court an arrest and eution will
surely amd promptly folow. It is ia-
po.ible to enforce any law except by
pr-secution of violators I the courts.
Ifa boor cow should be stolen n may
part of the counatynd the facts ia the
ease ame to the knowledge of a good
ditiss ; it his duty to report the case
to the officers, or go latothe ewgaper
badsg fault with the heslfd beesam
the law has beme violated, sad that
without signing his name?
J. M. CAM,
Fish and Game Wardse LeoA county.

This aiment toIs uenally caused by
rMadms e of the umolea o0 tae
'.. -I of the back, aad is q9lkly
ap les ChamberMlsXs Jiam-

Patrenize mose laasmtry.
A writer in "Kick Column" of the
Metropolis, signing Homo Industry,
talks sene in the following:
"I see a good many citizens of Jack-
sonville smoking domestic cigars made
from tobacco that comes from North
Carolina, Virginia, and other States. It
seems to me that regardless of the vir-
tue in patronizing home industry, these
citizens would smoke Florida-made ci-
gars for their own benefit The cigars
made at Tampa and Key West are often
superior to those made in the home of
the clear Havana industry. Havana and
and the clear Havana cigars mad& in
Jacksonville are just as good. If a
citisden wishes to smoke domestic cigars,
why not let him smoke those ma0e of
Florida-grown tobacco, which are very
Why Colds Are Dangerous.
Ilecause you have contracted ordl-
nary colds and recovered from them
without treatment of any kind, do not
for a moment Imagine that colds are
not dangerous. Everyone knows that'
pneumonia and chronic catarrh have
their origin in a common cold. Con-
sumnp)tion Is not caused by 4m cold. but
tne cold prepares the system for the
rec.'pItion and development of the
-v'rnis that would not otherwise have
found lodgement. It la the same with
all Infectious diseases. Dlpththerla,
scralet fever, measles and whooping
cough are much more likely to be
contracted when the child has a cold.
You will see from this that more real
danger lurks in a cold than in any
other of the common ailments. The
easiest and quickest way to cure a
cold Is to take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. The many remarkable cures
effected by this preparation have made
it a staple articleof trade over a large
part of the world. For sale by Talla-
hassee Drug Co.
For every dollar in cash spent with
us we give one hundred coupon to be
voted in the True Democrat Piano Co-
test. P. T. NICHOLSON, The Jeweler.
In the Circuit Court for Leon County,
Florida.--In Chancery.
John R. Saulsbury.
Anna Saulebury *t al.
" pear by the affidavit of John L. Nler,. at-
toneW for the complainant in the above entitled
emus, that the defendants herelnafter namd are
residents of States other than the State of lori-
da. the = laces of residence and patoMace addres..
as of said defendants being hereafter particularly
set forth as the same appears in said ffavitt. to
wit: Anna Saulabury. Sarah Saulsbury and Le
Saulsbury reside in the town of rPlovilla, the
county of Butts, in the State of Georg; Mr M.
L. Roers. widow, resides in the county of Chat-
ham, in the State of Georgia. and her posto
address is 221 36th street west, Savanna. GeU r-
gia. Mrs. H. C. Bllllngs and her husband Hollis
Cooley Billings reside in the county of Richmond.
State of Georgia. and their potoftIe address i
forest Park. Georgia; Thomas J. SaQu mre-
sides in the county of rulton. in the state of -
gia. and hts postofles addss i-s 2 west th
street Atlanta. Georgia; Baton W. m. aresadse
in the county of McLean in the state 9 IUlicia.s
and his postoaflee address is 31 Lest strKeet
Bloomington. Illinois: Mrs. A. S. Stan widow
resides in the county of Wilkinson. in thStateo
Georgia. and her posttoce address is Irwinto.
Georgia. Rural Route No. 1: Mrs. M. LE.
and her husband James Barnes Duggan rMise
the county of Laurna. in the state of Georgia.
and their potofftce address is Dublin. Georgia.
Rural Route No. 4; W. C. rreaman reMas In the
county of Burke. in the state of Georgia. and his
ot ce address is Midville Georgia: Joph
Saulabury roeidee in the county of tiamanton. In
the State of Tenneeeand his pOatoffiaddress
is Soddy, Tennesee; Woodaon. IL Satasbury re-
sides inthe county of Jeffersn, in theatat*of
Alabama. and him postoaee address is 417 mrnt
National Bank building, Brmingham Alabama
MJs. M.J.NdOers, widow. er in th county
of Little River stateof Arkansoasind her petoffce
address Aladown. Arkanfas Mr. LeaOIrN v.
Elli ad her husband Jesse w. Ellis, residesin
the Sonty of Jeferesa. in the sate of Abbesma
and thew poeta-ae addre. ais a N. 14th Avenu.
hirminas Alama. Mra.Hele m Thomamsand
bhr bhsband Jm Theoases. -M In the
GeoriaMrs. Ida C. Smith and her hmabed MU-
te A. Smth. esideIa the county of ulton. la
the state of Georgis and their atd d*es s
is 3D Park street, west End. Atlanta. Geargim
Robert M. O roodrsides a the eoantj of rulton.
inthestateofGeorgiasand his |Mtofa address
is 144 CapItol Avenue, Atlanta, Gaoria: Josph
G.Seutchr ea reaides in the count o rlton. In
Sast Lind. tret. Atlta, Geora; .
3igw. widow, resides ia the county ranltss in
tbhethetate of Georgia. and her postateadduss
isrn sL and Hemihle Atnta. o
gi. Tnat theae is no perow In the tate f rlsrida
the mid dofeadsats sheeve.meatm. me nor metr O
them: and that the aie defeade sasa adeih
t ar o the of w ss t
ebeingsal.dupe the knowledge end be.
s ,t of theatt aitht. .. r .
An a Seulbudiar. Sa Sasnlabry,Lee lasabtry,
msn. I. widow mrs .c. slinsand her
husband ticBoseley Iingm ThImo J. SaIla-
bory. Estee w. Dasa. A. a. taey. M .

*unle sad her hmusandaiames s-. e
Ma.a aso. amish and her hbshedmiles. A.amith.

mebrt .maL a"dl h a. rlEm eMoma.
ULUh s1= andesash ..thmdo apar Wto the
biU e ampliat sed hOess es theM dU at Now
vem A. D. O. d to p da .

In the weekAy Tra.mDemeet a woeer epub-
Hnihe s theetyo iiasheeseina tse Ma f
10.eI o th"State iof lnidallae aw.kow
rss.. v e. MOurl re Iw ee
wfitne "my hnbd ad seal a sa court at Tal-
htrmesse riorla ies te day dftember. A.D.
Is a. vN e To. r HJ.
L Clerk Oami 0awt1 LM0 0-ty. WWII
Why Jmer s Lee Goet ell.
Everybody In Zaneeville. 0., knows
Mrs. Mary Leo. of rural route s. She
writes: "My husband, James Lee,
firmly believeehe owes his life to the
use of Dr. King's New IDscovery. His
lungs were so severely aReetd* that
consumption seemed Inelitable, wheV
a friend recommended NeW Disovery.
We tried It. and Its use a11sotenr
hima o perfect heath." r. '
Disdovery is the E'Kg oft
lung remedies. 9 COsbs"
It has so eqtaL TT he
"L 2r -
it)..,.. .- Ba^

To Trm Suuarr or 1.ON COUNTY, orF;Ta
STAT2 or FLoaos4:
FORD. Secretary of State of the State of
Plorida. do here ivee note that a
will be held in Laos county. State of Florida. on
Tuesday next aseseoding the Arst Monday in No-
vember, A. D. 15 the said Tuesday being the
For Ave PremUidaml Elston.
For Representatiw fm the 3rd Concreasional
Disatrit of Florida lan the Sixty-Ant Concres of
the United Stato t
tor Govemor tl teof F orida.
Fl rSesetary s Iest do the State of Florida.
Fr Att en-O M the Statm ofFlorida.
For CAoptter 1 rde State od FlrtoUL.
taFor Treser o td. Florid
_Fmr 0CM..isM.r f Ariuelture of the State of
Fr two Justloes f te Hupmna Coart f the
8to ateof 1eFlrMs.
Fre Raload s mIn mina of the State of Flor-
Ft two Mmbsof the RM ofd Repremnta
t-v of the State d Forida.

For Clerk of the G~eit Court.
Per County A ser of Taxes.
Frw Tax Caleter.
Ae County SmeriatOndent of Public Inastre-
County Tvsmur.
Fr County l m er.
M o9 Contc Board do Pub-
lie imsteam.
For Justioes the P e a ad for the follow-
iJustie Dbstrteta via:
S .1. L X 7,L 4 7.L ,l9. 10. 11 L
FWCaombWA*%, ad for U tol wing Justike
DIBt4eU vim:
NM.S. L X 3. 4. 7. 16 Ia. 1. ItL
In TUmane My Wh Ia hermante st my
hand ad ed th Gret Seal af th
9. S. State of Florid, at Talishms the Ca-
tal, th"therstdayof Satepmber.A.
Sesetary of State.
To W.L M.LAmosO. SIhef Lm Omunty.
0740 dayv
.mer-- sm

Leon County Lands for Sale
at Reasonable Prices.

I have decided to cut:a part of
my 1600 acre plantation up into
pmall tracts, to suit satisfactory
purchasers who would make good
neighbors. This is some of the
very bst agricultural lani in
Leon County. or (pmrtlculars

'and Ipric ,

(Coatinued from lst pae)
of ti S lth at heart should do all in
his power to aid in the creation of a
pub opinion favorable to road am-
proveont. The system that should
adopted in any locality is one on
which it would not be Proper for me to
tender adve, even if I u
to do so, It is necessarily a-ii
that can best be determined by t o
pie ditrectly interested and who o e.-
quainted with the peculiar needs and
condits in their neighborhoods The
interest of this compa b flood roads
as a means of siding kla@thbern devel-
opment was evidenced in a very prati-'
cal way when, a few years -O, in co-
operation with the National (ood Roads
Assoclatafs and the Department of Ag-
riculture It sent a special good roads
train over the system, carrying road-
building machiLery and expert road-
buuilt short streteheso ,
object-lesson roads and ,delivered ad-
dresses at central points where jood
roads convention; were held. The Land
and Industrial Department of this com-
pany as keeping in close touch with the
good roads movement throughout the
territory traversed by its lines, and will
be glad, at all times, to to operate with
the people of any locality by giving any
information or in anv other practical
and reasonable way.
Lamar Cap Wi Send Deletate
At their last quarterly meeting, the
Lamar Canip of Confederates appointed
Comrades Thomas Costa and J. H.
Humphries as delegates to the State
re-union to be held in Tampa on the
21st and 22d days of the current month.
Comrades Edward Gray and J. V. Cully
wall go as alternates.
Tampa, with its usual open-handed
hospitality, seems to be making exten-
sve p tions for the reception of
ts d i guests. The Board of
Count Cmssioners has offered the
use o the court rooms, and the armory
also, ha ben put at their dsoal
County and city have been combined
to raise the liberal fund for procuring
appropriate decorations and providing
various social pleasures, and the local
Sons and Daughters 9f the Confedera-
cy are able coadjutators in the good
The ranks of the Veterans are being
ruthlessly invaded by the grim tyrant,
Death, and it is fitting that those who
are still unonquered should be held in
reverence and honor before the world.
Dr. Armstrong straightens cross-eyes
without knife, and overcomes all forms
of eye trouble. Office, 9 Laura street,
Jacksonville. 34

illh while 'y *are young

Sold and Recommended by


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The KindYo Tua Nave AlfW sM d 3Wd b
In use br over 80 aM, haM beo te
M A been_ ed a-de- hisber,
sel aspfsle Mace woae -
w oe Al emet decelve youh at s.
All Gounarfelta, Iilt"tsusl d Jiwta-good' af ule
Experiments that trifte with and emdageer the health of
Inttat sand Children-Experlence s anst Experimems

Castor is a harmless subettute for (stor Oil, Pare
gore, "Drop and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Oplum, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age Ia Its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It eures DIarrhme and Wind
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It asnimlates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowel, girlving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.


Rears mthe Signature of

The Kind You Hae Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
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; Vsuulal. 0< This

Svmb er 1.e
Th Ci~ arni eam=etowbethibestby

evr g n, m that sot p sin
great dea, for the Carnival gven ia
pest 3be eor daity peaed will be
rowde of visitors wto midnht of No-e.

Judtgin from the Jacksonville pa-
er tiepul of that ci y have all

gotten the Car lval spirit, as they call
It, and all are co-operating to make the
Carnival i big success. These celebra-
tions afford people from all partsof the
State an opportunity to meet in Jack-
Msovile, and besides being entertained
and amused, to renew od friendships
and form new ones. It also gives them
an opportunity to amee the fall and win-
ter styles and do their shopping. The
low rates given by the transportation
empanies will be appreciated by those
who intend to visit Jacksonville.


Guo. P. RANBy WM. J. OVEN.
Home Phone 263. Office Phone




SAll C assifled-Wants. For Sale. Exch4nwe. To
Etc. Each insertion 6 cents per line and no
ftor Ie* than 25 cents, cash in advance.
FoR SALu-1,000,000 feet of grood
large pine timber, is in two miles of
Seaboard Air Line Railway, 12 miles
S of Tallahassee. Owner will log it.
Apply to this office for particular. 38
FOR SALE-Medium-sized Florida-
raised mule, at reasonable price. Call
on J. H. Fountain, 94 West Tennessee
street, Tallahassee, Fla. 33 tf
LosT-Small, green enameled watch
on East Carolina street. Reward for
return to True Democrat. 34-1t
F'OR SALE Set of New Cone Pul-
leys. A bargain at this office.
For Good 'Iobacco Land, Stock Farms
or Building Lots, near City, a lyto
G.G. Gibe, rallahassee, Fa. m
RUBea STAMP I No need to send
from Tallahassee for Rubber Stamps.
We make them quick as good as the
best and cheap.
Sas Uss! For all kinds of printing.
S Furnish your stationery neatly printed
Sheap, or cheaper than you can buy
bleak paper from retailers. Every
farmer should have his printed Letter.
heads and Envelopes.
WANTMD-A position as book-keeper
with some shorthand included, by a lady.
For further information apply to the
office of the True Democrat. 29-tf
BOARD-A large comfortable room,
otherss exposure, with board for a
.Aplyl top Mrs. Howard Gamble,
t Call Street e33
WAumr.-A good medium sized safe.
Apply at Yasger Bethel Co. 53
Pon WooD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
Phone No. 217. 20

Fos SAL--Or exchange
Sprodue, two handsome a
U M Ma.B.
Fos SALA.-a00 bushel
OataInaeks. Appty o
SMatwright, P. O.x
L BMT.-For the Be
Pait, mxewo within
tat will tave jo r

To RiT-Two unfuumh
K b re. .Aply t<
- W9 SAth m

W-M $MO& i



Prices $4,

$5 and $6.

The Quality Shoe that Wears.


140 S. Monroe Street,

[Tallahassee, Florida.

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,
purc-restores perfect health.
Tell the merchants you seen their ad-
vertisement in the True Democrat.


School Books
and Supplies
T 1. -. -1 ....

Special aers S e. nave in stOCK every
Special Paster's Sle. ak and Article needed
of foreclosure rendered on the 14th day of i ai Schools.
September. A. D. 1908, by the Circuit Court of the To enable me to sell
Second Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for the at the closest
county of Leon. in Chancery sitting on a cer. gooSd at the losst pri-
tain cause pending therein, wherein Louis C. o- I hav ided to
g*r in complainant and James R. Barrow and Su- ces I have decided to
san Barrow pre defendants. I wil sell at public sell strictly for cash.
outcry to the highbest bidder, for cash. before the slc y ptoa
county court-house door in the city of Tallahas- I solicit your patronage
e in said county, on the 2nld day of November, on these terms.
A.D. 1908 between the hours of Il o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m.. all that certain piece or parcel Respectfull,
of land situale. lying and being in said county.
known and described am follows to-wit: Conm-
mencing at the northeast corner of the northeast J. F. HILL.
quarter of northwest quarter of section twenty-
two of township u of raandetti eat. thencetore
run west 764 3-10ths feet. thence mouth 1,320 feet.
thence east 764 3-1Otha feet, thcnee north 1.820 feet o k J U U Soe
, to the plaeoof beginning. the above described land
containing 22 6-7ths acres, more or less.
Purchaser to pay for deeds.
This 14th day of Sertember, A. D. 1IM.
32-5t Special Master in Chanetry.
axecautle Sale.
Under and by virtue of an execution isued on
the Ust day of September. A. D. 11, scut of the
Court of the CountyJudgein and fo Lonw t. *
Florida. inaCertaineanse pon ding tbaerenia.whe.
daing busia under therm me ad atySro
Tallahmssee La and Investmnent Compa. anre
planUft and slamePalmer is defe-wat. I bar lev
st, rnaad will sell at publie ster totbe hieg-
November. A. D. IMA betwes tims bers Uof s
o'clock a. m. ad e'dock p. n, anll tbose ermin
pMo pernris ot land situate, lyin and being
the city of tallhaM in said county of t Ia oft
more particularly known and deasribed as follows \
to-wit--Lot numbered 9 and est half of lot nm. m-
bered 10 of the erisnal plea of maid city. V c
ast s_ heriff of alid County. '
may all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not when it
comes to chills and fever and malaria.
Quit the quinine and take a real cure I
-Ballard's Herbine. Contains no harm- I
ful drugs and is as certain as taxes.
If It doesn't cure, you get your money ) )
back. Hardee-Smith Co., ruggists.

Sfar anntia

,. -uo. ruu 7y
endaers "*The Devil Comlag."
SMC On October 29th. at the Opera Hou.
s 90 day seed he this city, The Devil will apear. Thf
r write P. L Palatk a mes-Heald says them :
,TaUaeesee, The announcement that the remark
4t. ab play, "The Devil," wbeh has ere
it Shingle atd tol e test senation In years i
e. Iimkea Now Y44 and all the ar dtUies eat
oofforyars. wi be pres-"ted in Palatka, will W
A DUN hailed with delight by the amusnmst
ied and one i p as given a splendid pro
o Mrs. W. T. ten Jan etavlle rem.arbyti
e Street. Mabel Paig with r. JoIN
-. tman t D1." Mr
it d ao ath e a kae M
0 1 mwat a e th -l

en VAn
1 we a*ft" **U "am

Swift yes aet ajrer tri that "MM
5 -fc^^^^T '^^iled- M^kr^ ^ j ^ Z ~ ^ a
BH *q-v -N -OWR--1 -- **

. Dear friend:
n Have you gone back to school? I
SWhatdo you have for lunch? I get
. some nice cookies and chipped beef and
cheese and things at the grocery.
Ma* says its lots nicer and cheaper
and ts less trouble than baking up
n thigs for me.
Aid then mama helps me with my
t esss too. And she says that is bet-
Star than spending so muebh tne in the
1 kitchen.
d Your fried,
1d JAcoB.
I P. L That's why she get so many
a thing a& ready to set fralm A
oeum r toT. Ta.IL daaoiu aao& .
t MaaZanPileoResedy a reedy


Those Popular

Winter Tans

Want something
"Individual" do you?

See the New Ascot--a

Tan Winnipeg


-Blucher golf strap --
perforations, collar and
heavy sole, rope stitched
and all the "fixings."
Stylish --cxtremely so.
Description doesn't do it justice. See it on
your foot.


We Back Every Pair

With Our Name.

State Fraternal Day. General Nathes at Tampa.
The fraternal organizations of Jack- Brigadier General B. N. Mathes, in
sonville are planning to have a State command of the Third Brigade U.C.V.,
Fraternal Order Day during the Carni- has sent word from Tallahassee that he
val, to be given in that city from Octo- will leave that city shortly tocomehere
bsr 26 to 31, inclusive. They propose to for the purpose of lending what assist-
invite all the lodges and societies of fra- ance he can in the matter of getting
ternal orders throughout the State to things in readiness for the coming re-
meet with them on Fraternal Order union of Florida veterans in Tampa
Day. This will be a feature of the Car- October 21-22.
nival that will be appreciated by the; General Mathes also announced the
members of the Fraternal organizations, sponsor and made of honor for *ia bri-
and no doubt many will attend to par- gade. Miss Maude Kenedy will be apon-
ticipate in the fun and frolic on that sor, and Miss Leola Meeks maid of hon-
day. or. Both young ladies are Tampa girls,
.....-- and their friends are elated over the
She Likes Good Things. fact that they have been honored.-
Mrs. Chas. E. Smith, of West Frank- Tampa Tribune.
lln, Maine, says: "I like good things ett's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
and have adopted Dr. King's New Life ust what you need and what you
Pills a our family laxative medicine, should get right away for pain in the
because they are good and do their, back backache, rheumatic pains, and
work without making a fuss about it." urinary and bladder troubles. Thou-
These painless purifiers sold at all ll urinary and bladdertroubKidneyand
sands of people suffer from Kidney and
drug stores. 25c. 0 Bladder trouble and do not know It.
See Collins for Job Printing. They think It Is a cold or a strain.
See Collins foron't take any chances. Get DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills. They are
A G A IN antiseptic and promptly soothe the
A B A RG GA 11 pain. Don't fall to insist upon De-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
IN sell them. Sold by Tallahassee Drg
1 _1 l- A. Co. I

Feal Estate

Write quick to


502 Riverside Avenue

Jacksoaviuc, Fla.


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


You want of the food you need

Kodol will digest it

You need a suffelent amount of
Vood wholesome food and more than
this you need to fully digest It.
Else you can't gain strength, nor
ean you strengthen your stomach If
It is week.
You must eat in order to live and
maintain strength.
You must not diet, because the
body requires that you eat a suffo-
lent amount of food regularly.
But this food must be digested
and it must be digeted thoroughly.
When the tomah aemst do It,
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do Isto eat
what you want, and let Kodol dl-
ea the food.

Nothbg ee cam do thiA Whe
N the i lp ibweak Ilel gt belpa

Our Guarantee
Go to your drggist today, ma
purchase a dollar bottle, and If you
can hmestly say, that you did ant
receive any benefta from it, after
using the entire bottle, the drugh
gist will refund your mNoay to you
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the pie
of the bottle perohamsedby ym
This ofer applies to the lak
bottle only al to tat em h as

We eoaldm t aftd to mae oa
an oaer, suml we poumvely kma ,
what Xodl wm do or ye.
It would bsmkruois
Tmdilon arM-l- tt m
M T h e e tl theea m U bottl.

.J~~1MAb~~ TA~ A~1AO~33 DRUG 00,
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To come in and see what's

going to be worn in, the

way of men's Footwear

this winter. Our Florsheim

line is open for a very criti.

cal inspection. All the new

toes and shapes, in all

leathers, black and Tan.

Patents that positively

do not break.


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A la resSwat
4 wrval. er Fall Festival, will be
dh e Joaeksonville from October 26
, r *i, inaluive, by the Jacksonville
frss oelationg > S- '
ow rates from all points in Florida
wil be given by the transportation corm-
M % and this will insure the city be-
Srowded with visitors.
Jacksonville Carnival Assoeia-
tim. of which Mr. W. R. Carter, editor
ie Jaeksoeville Metropolis, is prei-
dmt, has, in former years, held Carni-
vals or Fall Festivals that have given the
eople o( the State an opportunity of
f ome of the very bet attraction
that d only been seen at Coney Island
mad the great amusement resortsof the
emmtry. This Association secured a
trop of the Seventh Cavalryr and a
Com Wny of United States Artillery a
spe attractions in 1908 and 190L.
Mr. Carter assures the editor of this
pper that this year the Carnival at-
braction will be better than ever before
snd that many European novelties will
be exhibited in Jacksonville that will be
seen in no other city in the South out-
dide of Atlanta, where they may poesi-
blygo before visiting a few of the larg-
eat ties of the country mn route to San
Misses Myrtie and Cebelle Warren
left Tuesday morning to enter the Fe-
male College at Talahasee. Miss Ce-
bede will take a special course in music
and Miss Myrtle will pursue the regular
esnse.-DeFunisk Breeze.

"Tjtm ereoeAn Thbman ae Pwre.
One not Infrquentl dM eribe his
own vicious heart when vllfyiag his
neighbors. Once'upom a time, 6me of
those who see no good in his neighbors
was walking down the street, -ouring
a torrent of abuse into the ear of a
more or less patient companioo. Sud-
denly be paused and pointed to a man
who was advancing to. meet them, said:
"That fellow yonder is a villian. His
eyes, his walk his face all indicate the
scoundrel." It is not clear what he
might have added had be not by this
time come close to the object of 1 ep-
ithets. He hushed, he topped, he
aed aghast. He had been dcrlbing
himself, reflected in a large mirror used
for advertising purposes. FloridaChris-
tian Advocate.
More Than Enough Is Too Much.
To maintain heath, a mature man
or woman neods Just enough food to
repair the waste and supply energy
and body heat. The habitual consump-
tion of more food than ir necessary for
these purposes is the prime cause of
stomach troubles, rheumatism and dis-
orders of the kidneys. 1V troubled with
indigestion, revise your diet. let rea-
son and not appetite control and take
a few doses of Chamberlain's Itom,
ach and Liver Tablets and you will
soon be all right again. For sale by
Tallahassee Drug Co.
Try our Rubber Stamps.




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

eling Bags,

Shoes, Ladies Underwear,

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



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All of the ighcst standard.

The Pdct of G rations of Pano Progress.

Write for catalogue.

A. 6. FORES, Manager.


Bombay Vapor, and What it Dos X-Rays Are Not Needed.
Cleans, lays dust, destroys mosquitoes, roaches fid all iam-
sects. Prevents fevers and contagious disease. A perfect' It is tremely xasperating to experiment with
disinfectant and deodorizer. Positively harmless. mat-,
explosive. Manufactured by BOMBAY VAPOR C)MPANY, expensive articles and not experience -satisfaction.
408 W. Forsyth street, Jacksonville, Florida. You cannot tell even by examination with x-ays
-_____ You connot tell even by zamination with x-rays
Bombay Vapor has no equal as a Bombay Vapor kills germs, red at
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. xact you must use them or tract an expression
all vermin such as fleas, moths, red Bombay Vapor for horses and cattle
ants. bed bugs and other insects, is has no equal. If sprayed on horses sad from some one tant who has ended some time
perfectly harmless and non-explosive, cows, flies will not bother them. Horses from sme One xtant who has upended some time
Bombay Vapor is a perfect dust lay- will stand and drive without fretting t
er, can be used on carpets and waxed after a Vapor bath. in their extended use. That extra quality xists in
floors, stores, cafes, hotels, public build- Bombay Vapor disinfects, deodorizes, ,
ings, hospitals, churches steamships, cleans, polishes any and every thing our Buggies we know from customers in xisitence
billiard parlors, dancing halls and all with a hard surface easier than any
kinds of floors. other known fluid. who xtol them to an xtremfe xtent. No further
Bombay Vapor cleans furniture of all Bombay Vapor, recommended by hun-
kinds, polished marble or tiles, painted dreds who have used it and already to explanation need be acted or expected, therefore
walls,, show cases, buggies, automo- testify to its merits.
biles, typewriters, leather chairs. Doctors, druggists, lawyers, store- exercise good judgment and buy one of our xtra
(prevents sticking, rgs carpets and keepers, hotels, manufacturers, livery-
metal work of all kinds, doors, win- men, dairymen and many others useand fine, excellent Buggies, Surries, Road Carts, RunM-
dows, woodwork and mirrors, recommend Bombay Vapor.
Bombay Vayor prevents fevers and
all contagious diseases if freely used J. D. CAY. Alt. bouts, or Farm Wagong, and be extremely happy,
all sinks, Closets, pantries and damp, Talabi.
dark plaees in around the home. W

Our Fall Stock is now Coming In.



Tallahassee Fla.





wcthevcTMsokf ICtk ma.ter-

anufactrs of the rmw

K perfect C of complete hanony
and d1rabldty.

Read what Mr. ft. H. Richardson, the secretary of the
Jacksonville Board of Trade says:
Jacksonville, Fla., July 24, 1908.
BOMBAY VAPOR CO., 408 W. Forsyth St., City.
Gentlemen: I beg to advise that I have used the Vapor
which you manufacture and find it to be one of the finest
thiga have ever used for i furnitu, flo etc.
It also acts as a mls cticide. sad the odor not
at all of(easie. I have ao foead it MasM l for sprayimla te
chicken hsboes on live stock tokp the fies away I
predict it will have a big sale in thiscly. tN
Very truly, ICHARDSON.

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