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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 23, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Volume ID: VID00192
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ocTOBER 23, 1908.


NOo 360


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Tho Aas the M bavphale setmahe between the thrives Water Works and Gas
-ap-a fl*-ea- ed ind a pn a w b ut here tea city b ,ohdn rank with those oth-
*mum im t wi 4 ch ow sar operate pbe -aueti Oetda. 01 -water plants.
th Wa oet alSlaftw hb qe4 eou1aeratlon of a Mn0 bptps i eam, acquiesced in the
kewi disas o a mjOit ofthaeb d M sad pt to vote te when o ag s laamaee should be
bdaed do thes i t400 wheik was the purchase priceo*f the plat. vs wis a mtIv one, and, on the
SlM lba fth the ~stion between thPladelpas own mof the above mentioned plants and the
wi. tr fTahlAMa fmr wido OW ,
That tIs tap aa'e part of the coucil and ltisas Is a forward o e'eemas iadlgndtoM. Proprietoruhip in such
in s is as desirable that, in many ustanes, e tve comealsO have ed t ngt of franhie by
p.b ia of -large bribes toely taa o wtill sow lthatIny-
_ts__. .hf- -he ou 1 1n ery stance where this has
ta of om, bee Me case, Ilbrmelbs been
pow that thise bsloe is a the result of etlald fbomesty
leuratv L tes. If, thdM teso orad managment.el m
plats eoat be opera with Mtkmlsnx have cahiemedfor
obtained woikeon manic.
611A J wAM- V "drafrtsto a in, and instited a
th owe s it bs hb deirs- of graft wbah broug_ t
es mt u he i.y should reap disastrouss r 'ssoar
the a t of theestaMishd the welfare of the public



Othe baaio f tbm Ato esbe wese eBuee Tlho n g cc-
bm. TbA in ris Iame o da nsoMeMalr" am to fear



Pavy -P s- s-I abV a
deueidwtaioems we" ffai lbas won the OWeN
thM n Mr dmt the of all ter fellew-main. They
dctlmmswrobmunees staO asdrawsn s laiIn fact, not
f MAlmeven thchtompensation
I trltty, gas or water is given
a ,em in return forthetime
b eof wo" amWs od labor exIedoson h their











Mr,Lawsgraduated from the VIrgninilaitary lustitute several years ago, sad, en his turning home, was elected
epetala of the Geverner's Guarhas. Hehials been secretary of the Volunteer FIrE Compasy since Its organisation,
een years ae4 and a ve member of tho eyity endl.


Ml. LASmUc a. mjNL .
ChrmeH WL Maoof Mr. M ad Ms.
R.LN.X ., of JacksNvfle, wasborn
ie that atAy and Nved threuntil the
yewet M Mr. Els was eeted as
a-s -l-sal eogine a", eer tree
yea plt leaving Jaeksaville, waa
gagmJt as eloetriealeontreae-
tor. tto he aeturned Ia


Jausary, 1MB, having spent the inter- place he remained as supervising angi-
vemoyyaw Ga chief Inspector for;the ower. At the same time erected and
Patterso, N. J., Pseesic and Sub Tel- ira an electric and lee plant at Mayo,
ephee Co., and for the New York Co. about two miles distant from Alton. At
MH semt work was for the Drew ths work he remained until February,
Lmtber Co. as electrical. By this firm iT whenhe resigned in order to come
be was ent to C ninnati, 0., to wuper to Tallahassee to take charge of the
inted the mumtfaeture of the comps-. le I sght plant.
*'S 3inebh motors. Mr. Ellis returned t. ise now general mmnaer of
to Fierida to install these motors in the Si three of the municipal plants- olec-
lber mills at Alton, PFla., t which trick, gas and water.


HON. POTTER C. GILMORI
A native of Nova Scotia, Tallahas-
seo's genial and popular Mayor, Hon.
Foster C. Gilmore, claims as his birth-
place the most historic spot on Scotian
soil-the home of Evangeline.
When a lad of fourteen, Mr. Gilmore
came to the States and settled in Bos-
ton, Mass. It was in that city that he
learned his trade of carpentering.
Having received only a common school
education, Mr. Gilmore attended night
schools in Boston, and learned many
things which have been of inestimable
value to him since, among them archi-
tectural drawing. During his first
years of work he moved about through
several of the Northern States, but fi-
nally came to Plorida at the suggestion
of a cousin, Mr. C. A. Patterson, con.
tractor and builder, who at this time
held a contract to build the residence of
the late W. R. Wilson. On this work
Mr. Gilmore assisted his cousin, and,
upon its completion, became associated
with the late T. J. Rawls in "the ere-
tion of St. John's Epiaoopal Church.
By this time Tallabmhse had offe d so
many attrebtims to the young man that
he decided to remain her*. During the
intervening years Mr. Gilmore has car-
ried on a Sourishing buana as archi-
tect, contractor and builder, besidesbe-
coming semlor partner of the large hard.
ware establishment of Gilmore & Davis


Co.
In all things pertaining to the general
welfare this publie-spirited eitisen takes
a vital interest, and for tMhs reason bhe
has been three Umns ebson Mayor of
Tallahassee. Moreover, when not act-
ing as Mayor, he has. for fifteen years
past, been an active and influential
member of the City CounciL


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Free TeBets to the Jacsaeaville
Caralval.
The Fierida Chair Factory, one of
the most enterpriing firms in thi, State
are advortlsnf to give a free ticket
that wf admit the holder to the entire
earal show, including the Midway
with *f its attractions, to every co-
toem who purchases $10 worth of their
beirafeo now until October SUlt.
tieot is given absolutely frep
en y their regular whole
i eh save you sabot one-thu
rehaM. When you go _.
11le you should be sure to vMt
Factory whether you wish to
Whair or not.
fm ticket wil be given with all
t in by mail also. It you have
Se air catalogue end for
"d theg iown yo needand
ticket o tr earnivL
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Who Pays the Tax?
The editor of the St. Petersbrg Times
wants to know why we abould have
what is known as the "occupational l h-
esme tax?" The theory of occupa-
tion tax is that It exacts taxes from tho
most able to pay and lessens the burden
e those least able to pay. The main
al a we understand it, was that this
S tax would encourage agriculture
aftig in a large meamur the bur-
M Lttaation from the boulders of
aMengaged in that vocation. So
a h for t ry. The practice is that
the sommer pay the tax. It is bound
to be t tethr e tax sasm h e a part
d sgitimate exponse of a Ing
ean a & a yany other teao re
'-to the nduet of tbat -e.
the propetor of a etoe don
wet go suftai -af the bui--to f
nw to W s laseme theX
his license tax a
follows, therefore,
m his waresa pay the
-toit last analysis te
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lamealt ad State Lim News.
lamonla, Oct. 20.- To mr. and Mrs. C.
E Dickey, of Bradfordville, a fine so
was born on the 18th, inst. The mother
and babe are doing well.
Mr. S. F. Dickey is visiting relatives
in Thomasville.
Mr. W. F. Robertson and son, Wil-
liam, who have been staying at her
country home atthias place, returned to
their eity home in Talahas- on last
Saturday.
Master E. B. Striekland was on last
Saturday milling fresh besf at lamonia.
mr. and Mrs. A. Maivey visited mr.
and Mra. Willis Quarterman the
Johnaon plae last Tbury.
Mr. E. J. Dlckey visited Cairo ody
last wek. He vted ThbomaviUe aa
on another day of sams week.
The Synda ahebod at Bethpiapgeis in
am f-flaese me em,- A

wMk.l Vary keood

Mrs. Albert ucthea was a welle1e
viaWbr at Dogwood on msday of last
week,
am. G. T. Brow retms hm etodam
aftar a two wmN vsit to hr dah
* u.M. C. X. Diskey, Ma Bradfrd
WV eaaoght sihM t t r. AIMiS lir,
ilak T at l ast esnts.
DoRIt let fthe aby uam aoqe.&
ma, aores a ay 41 at tkhe sia.
Dea qs Obtment a O s rmalt,
mar skr. Perhetly ashe lor ohi-
4*5.m ~ It sell 8


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Omauuc sory of the last days of the
pcturesque Ku Klux Klan, it is only
natural to reckon that the ne play -
will be as long-lived and as popular
as Its predecessor. Moreover, "The I AI
Traitor" is a far stronger play dra- LAUN DR
qIally #Leaktng,. and it does not 5
deped upon it s object matter for
ts success, for it would Interest
aadlences In any quarter of the globe. MI nMs St
It Is Interesting. however, to know
that this is Mr.O)lson's last word on' TALLANAME,
the problems of the Soutlh His aim
bas been from the Lrst to acquaint the t io
people of the whole country with what Hai Id. "
the Southern people have had to con- UM
tend, to make ckar the momentous to. L U t'e T. "A NBDB
problems that they have to solve, and Pumbfortbu .m P .
above all, to show that the brains and --niAA-
chivalry of the South can and will fand I
a satisfactory solution to all their worF=
problems. Mr. Dixon f els that Mhis
aim has bss aecomplksbed now that at Eur -
"he Traitor" Is o th e boards. "The
Traltor" will be en i this eity Ow
the frst time at the opera ome osh R l
wo., r,,, o.,,- ,, John Youn, ,
B in The ,n. give them.

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The many Tallahasse friends of Mr. dl ellivrh
and Mrs. Julius Hrsechberg are sorry P- below, dMlt I
to learn of their determi;ina tion toto e
make their nature homne in Jackso W g a8n- J
vimae. Mr. Hrschber was in the cit
oe or two days this wee eet"k arrange
business matterD He offers for sale
his attractive residence on Park Ave- Wy*e e -
aThe Daughters of the King, St.. f Tt. To Atteedi l t 98. si. move

and Mrs. Phelps Warden Wilson, on have lapate ag
served and their, will also be a Ge- of
. .ghtfu muCasal -rogram. The youns T-----hese-
ladles cped their "recent holidays mark and It is th al or good.
makiLg var oeus artilees Which they f atle a--d- -eool eaer. .
will haer for sale on this oc csion, the obf hto tl tet the oenteust is a he w S i a
proceeds to be applied to some speeal meMoble eI
work they have on hand feor th Te _._u la ve he d B .h
TA seak thlef entered the residencedofM. no
of Mr. J. D. Cay last night and went .a. m as-i
through the bedrooms on the secondd B w.
onor without awakisn any of the a7gin. C E B t .
matnes. The thief was barefooted, an ofIte ri
ahs eraclibed t uhe r ae s oe t window Park Avo- riday Prom ASSo1iatw
aDu steppedfdownnierostheisitting

room, he left footprints on the freshly heS t- ud te the o I ei
ostaines soor. Mr. Ca r was relie w ved of he r *a d s o

n por tbo r ad Ltr lWa h de Wo sono .L.o t hn a
Iavid. N ov hisewtch. MR.F.rs lments 5 ? we l b

At the Methodist Church ire beyn tt.nofm.ben t9 M St John eb, Rev., ---
maicofsedi ngor ad h eant. hesionthef nith Nfhe maon gooda and oto't7:0. range ee.e... a h "

already publicly anooaed their ouble bypecalM ... Moles r ore aI. Tar 11 .h m.; smd a.. w -S
wtenton of onain them Church. The ltaweasathla al ug a e11r m. Ue. Diagm nse,,rio pe'5ee Wo t at.e---
thurc bEldi kd everS tood11 me6 a he g.iw l l rddy paca dnefalnergistse I ii _e,
and the morlin Curd afternoon sre en.g e a u" ,fuR stue Sm. to.ens_ _Iam a hta-cuh" ei- %l. i

cois. aJe well adt nded. Tehs afteriang .- U Svi iythe -I 5 e Sanmel toran,; ror Daly at e a. t WI WE
alhrady publiedly aounsond Mthei slmalOemesm Mongry fAd, sermon o1 ahe ;sow
tenlpppn, o oinis thle Chrho. ThelB Cb UPtl hfa ad eenin rae a se $lt3 in.' Thee s ar









hop they wmo rn coitgna ed ae 1 lett ^ate of shalt^N^ Frliq gt h ar
oeare after- al I- of th mts a s ; Sunday wthtak at 3g a. any f.t tInate-1 0e "M AM
mates. The thiehewnumber*of ties wi. Wd NuersI gisessmpemFher
noon ther will be a serviuh es for wiowtANth t e ho iea wsi beewe_ tUn O se
men and girls onlydro ...Ito th tt. ng the atedab01mav Aweit. h6 a s b n witIirIu_




Ie pper tes tpawthhiac F i iyfT
.ustin.ed vigor ad. ea re_.stnss... anthodist -n





LAST PLAY ON hsnACe QUEsfTION. are of the eradet of tte saow I
lips also who Is fupleslo eSqr obid, dka bi _,- ,ida, I$f 7w ro i-d--










--fe ta ate eeel te Ib > Hheoth ah mTt ia
Thomar Dixont Will Write No leseter hetflgI -- '. "h- .


I- -*A *,6^" .lbaN111; a
o ervds foru et held ay end h em t ws t thee msmLOf 0 '&'--- s ts hi6 1* fis-IN
Atthe they C llitCra b bie sginhIed sall p _SJohns!AR llIev
ciue. h ndAere oan terewA bei o t -SSW _L esdeat ,w et a u






Fr many yearb Thomauyp Dixons ae Jr. lrdslmsawtyman 7thn. S AKi? anpam ".b. e
has att7ctod tohe attention of the Clark, ait, h.:oi orhbg oraDs O._ea L J
her fr llnd fo termicesw N e r Io _Ientries "3-.'. .-- tn -o "" '













whole world by te powerful pictures comber, t of. Te ehairsapan of*se- theIs t -or y-Ir "-,
that he as drawn uth te and cond- eutive eoatee hall hae a t of '.S ,- ...







uous n t the t a le period theontotants publiaed by the l8th sphis or snadJfton. ,or ^QI,,,,,^^I^^ ^I
af Reconatuetbion. No writer for the of December. ela awi1at dId at e'
Cta*e hap ever arouat d M o enuh di- -W---e- ---- m5Sr%2.a 0 e9kDoood R i is
ealo. ad today generally re- .
eld that "The Cleranm" e the F who OaD.r a!R. pos..i
lesales of tbe South. Inamah aa "TheV -e __ .. ti
SnaTrastorW1h the draenatic 4qel of that 1
hoasprecedetedly popular play, dealla out 0| en ftd wa dWm ws h'

wdtri thoe paein thaibegan ownif the i aembeupo theU 'pra z4 11"01andtoe tle by-


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, It was the first watch
Made in Amernica brought out in
1842. It proved itUf the finct
pertui pocket watch.
It ib today the only truly Jxa
American watchL
The new Howan extra-thin is
the fiEt thlaedd American
watch fs.mw d to keep tmie--
the HOWARD kind of dme.
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Window dia-
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Interest the
Ladies of the
State Cone".


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CHILD BROS.

CONTRACTORS
AND.
BUILDERS.


We anr unsualy weUl equipped to give our patrons
A. vwy btswrvies alinesm of bildin. Call onus
If you re comntemplting alykind ofbuidixg. We an
ImI yo umI.
Kiln Did DrudW Lambw, Malding Turnd Col-
as BM uid all kiaUnd of iovelte made to order.


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o~mi g~mgtop-wto
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as Utom, may Our Prime am
Lwwr and not HIhw.
WAGONS, for the next Two
MONTHS, to wit:
One Hone, ................ 0.e0
two Honre, from $40.00 to $.00
Call and we wib Pr very
Statement or gIe you a b.
gyorwagom.
TERMS:
Suitable to both Beller and
Pwaebuem.


TULLY 0 YAEOER CO.
TALLAHASB PLA.



If You Wish to See


d the neatness of modern dress
c in your own attire, have
your clothes made expssly for you,
ham fabrics and fashions that are
stnctly up-to-date.


Correct Colors for Fall


mibrace browns in various tones,
ad ~and drab tans, olives, Lon-

in mouse, ston wood
sides, with striped designs the
favorite. *

Examine Our Assortment
of 500 of these finTfabrics from the
ne of Ed. V. Price & Co., famous
merchant tailors, and have a new
Sit or overcoat made to your order.
Perfect style, honest value, satisfac-
tory fit asued Modest prices
within the reach of aD.


BURNS &


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Park Avenue and Monro St.


'THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, PLA.
Surrounded by the bt Hunting and FPi
In FkPloriM
T- Imajr thu Wim I mr a d ft WIM Ta w, lg-T
So M -w*lm. .S IS

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as dae sNouam ,e .Aganlods n th roMwe lat- e


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Os, at Oak awts. *a ..... m --
I b t gin wcowme eiw own parthe Calluly
se n c testlv ly b at e ho rd beld. This ggges ( bsde) ja1.er, s the


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p'pls., ad geb 'ut a r I
Areeng P o I ct tor the eetai ofa U aCto i tet right Com.s" da te 1 a '- U' i vsM t










w oe attended uthe sittangs o te S.- CO egreal com tee on eathe the. L Neel ..

'o' vot buti to iake t it u Mek O t htt ,I ** I*'--i b olih,. "a W. A L. Web, S. D. ChiamI .
smeaad seoAv as e arn Iw s m fual -- e have.ee de eed




le. m tejument of the- lowesch oafttl a dthe eatesrm- D.*-
ftlf*o O lan sawet iMp Its .





Ymat wdbntM th e padmtory i oer i, teno etoer s .a


dUl s athe D remoats oift t1e Ola toheltdat tly at a i.m ea
Aled with elrat interetn emorat tewtiM Cn" te to dabvebr d ,,4_ M. ,
for *0h home.SeSow stbWadwA& no powa ftr I-"f It;w l J







Aarn. d wlbt ae eted ah. W. knhowbow that er *
iessm a tontamire at ahleade to ta p latw evat n otat b 0 t10e T




the contest by a nices majority H is. W mitt. fo I t yt ttout6 du m a
Florne io bPyrltorawonexet with antouponkwbsl ver weene n o C NW a n V
sDe vote and r gotoRthe pAllsgd and tohider, butt powersnGOTy as ot OlONbea*an.






S ttB dsomae vote li but to make toed dispemrthat of polbe hasbe Ps~ y Mthuare at away.;W.W.
dToest l D.eKya otbusyurad ative. bio beeo ard below.trit od ap.ation0Ma. *^ MT.= elp-, .. L aa.aN
Getame tod tho ifm True Demoorat sa bythe w.n.J.OMa t sthel at aiMtt oplesathte I m I
Aam etestW sah omef na yet and w t WMb4hnteasy at of tis d4, a" W.= son is me UW. B Btha COhm. A. Cayo -






MUae p leof the l Pn angd be votiam.l eD to t ain ahtoeernoaaht ahe Bamtca t*Owpa, W.Lrii.W.
Popular. ie .a f in, oes JNtai tbe lt tNi bWald r lata uas Tm nieBibWalA.
am~ g tho tml eesta tion of all unr iourCiatot el, in eouse a et wa s*omeer wador". O .
w eattelof thesittinga ofw the a- COM atNertoiaaelatea ate" o. a ap t n. sprA Joh:.L. Ntf






rme Court l st w ak and heard the passing board, a the power tu o pau i th m-
a~ ments of tie oppose rt oeal in the legality of a v aet the ourt aspi
thieelebrftedo can of Mnwys veiureaK found it ec airy to go Bied n tly eque


Sbet, de r ha beten reder th r infavor tkhe as fully as may have st deea d
of Ur. Maya. The nn i opihTir d onh" oely by soon. Its a s eenn AM- QAL AM d& A-


oti a .es, as gives in td e opinion tto be that the word thmal," tsa use
oedr today by J doe Hac er. was a t- the primatdwil should l lot be gilye
Irathes of tiea ltoefent of thed owaf N eo a roostruction as isd-at'esa














Mhtw oilB fef "" bthe JsUeo w the tu Demoat l
De tswraiea tu e l pereaaery *rt everyouw nabotew pnterest a goodl lot
eslgiMto tom theDemort of te Third o "h moay labe gives ftoa eonrt tfro
Qga sml Doet il s hrort a o j of wtot d jute t i a rebae to lph
mete deat to ea.t D. Ho. Ways l m vnt tthors, w oh eg fw o rofAM 40 = o sae
m urtft gMivibng t M o bNo e what t h aview@ whian Mr. KEsp adM bb4 I r
atersrave bi in t the Primary *e- hae labod pw halaMnony A-A&-L" 4loveMa
C rigRmanas from sThird Conrma mory law aavassing bob doTs he
In@s a sploedidseedeor to Bon. W.-B. tam their public dutdes s os Utt m


DoaMtidvo goasoto the poll#MWdtheir HIs"ed powers,. Thty afYt

dpiitionin -pae, wiwth Mr. J.D. w6t th* p 44,
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they be tr a otly eleetmd, ad emSh lvy Bro, D. Cox Company M
idets loved m be bppy snd ul J. D. Cay, in thbir bsht ages, areS .
tte ppl. Gwveor wGll bk t and tat t g to y of t
wDl do veI lP and inrItt sti Wit h twy" iiaIs.
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8 PAIR OFr BUARS ALWAYS dhawp ad In perfet
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$SBAR8 toU be aftmelm, thti T.mio Sprtg devies
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pteed with a NlaW pair withoOt eWrt."
How to Get the Sheas.
inl Mft Ufthk I mna'ewsi a nUm n order for $1.2M. for
The Tn e Demenet ome yar and a pir of these Aher will
be Wled to yea within tn days, absolutely free.

Truei meocrit; Ihae* i.t
Enclosl ad A $1.3L Send me t hehrs, and Tree Demo.
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waer late e ming eit or twau it
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trusts are oomeera. but t wheU It
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PRIZES


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THE TRUE DEMOCRAT


Now Offers Two


Magnficent $350 Pianos.

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


THE PIANOS.


1st Choice


Is one of the best sold by the Jesse French Piano Co., of Montgomery,
Ala., whose advertisement appear. in this paper. It is a full size 7r
octave Richmond, with full metal sounding board, protected tuning
Ipa ivory keys, mouse proof pedals, etc., etc., and has a supberbly
ohed mahogany case. Its net (not list) value is $350.00. Its a
beauty to see, a melodious charm to hear! Go see it at
2nd Choice
Is one of the best sold by the Boston Piano & Music Co., of lowo City.
> Iowa. Cote, C 28. This Piano is 4 ft. 9 in. high; 5 ft. 2 in. long. It
is built with the best material and by the best workmen that the
country can produce. Tone, its sympathetic quality, depth and re-
finement, are characteristic of the Cote tone. Finished in Mahogany,
with the Cote high quality and polished after the most approved
methods. It too ia a beauty.
TIME OF AWARD.
It is our desire to close contest with issue of December 18, so as to
award prise Christmas day, provided however that the vote will war-
rent us in doing so on that day.
HOW TO VOTE.
After your name has been entered, which can be done at any time
during contest by placing name accompanied by coupons to the amount
of 100 votes in say one of the ballot boxes as follows: Capital City
Pharmacy, Holmes Drug Company, P. T. Nicholson's Jewelry Store
and at the office of The Weekly True Democrat. Vote your coupons
weekly, those clipped from the paper, subscription coupons and those
received from the merchants herein stated who issue coupons on all
cash purchases from them.
HOW TO GET VOTES.
We, the undersigned Merchants of Tallahassee, Florida, hereby
agree to give coupons to cash customers good tor votes on the True
Democrat Piano Contest, in which the True Democrat is to give away
two Panos, as a First and Second Prize, the basis for voung to be
one hundred votes for each dollar traded with us:

ILMES RUG COMPANY. GILMORE & DAVIS CO.
Dealers in HARDWARE
Drugs, Stationary and ToMkt H,,ARadW AEat.
Artices.^ TChina, Glass and Granlte Ware.
Will give one vote for every Will give one vote for every
cent paid for articles purchased cent paki for merchandise pur-
from them. chased from them.

P. T. NICHOLSON, WALKER & BLACK,
JEWELER.
Gold, Slver and Cut Glass. S s, ts.
Mem' PFqs.hles. Mwrcs- TdIe--s'.
Will give one vote for eve MW lgve oeto evr
cM..t A for articles pWill ive one vote for every
from him. cent paid them for uerbaudlae.

T. B. BYRD & CO, J. W. CUK0 l1I,
Grocers, Conctoes, Bakers. Fie Frnitm a Secalty.
Will give one vote for every
Will give votes on every dollar cent paid on any article purchased
paid them for merchandise. from him.

J. D. C A Y .rn evy **se *I Th* True D-crt
will appear a voting ecopon good for ve
Ved aS ald irnUvotesto best for the olady atyour cho.
For ew s id-lamedvanee iube riptics,
eougrOe will be ioeud a tfollew
Willgive one vote for every o neol r imog
cent paid for articles purchased sgix maMt 'm o
from him. Threimomt itee

THE COUNT.
Votes will be counted at 5 p. m. on the day before publication
each week, the seal of the box being broken and the count made by 8
disintereted parties, differmt people being asked to serve each week.
They will attest the eorreetneas of the count.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
1. No employee, attache or relative of the proprietors of the
above named Strm are eligible to participate in this contest, and will
participate in no manner.
2. la the event of' a mimnderstadiog between candidates or
others interested in this eoteat, mach controversy may be referred 10
Sthe oomdaetoe of the oateat, who alone are the penrons qualified to,
rnder delioM.
I, Is the event a candidate decides to withdraw from the rmee.,
sma miia.te will senot be allowed t transfer votes to the credit of
another eaKdidate in the mutest.


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32-H. H. McCreary,Galnes-


House of Representatives.
Alachua-Syd L. Carter, Gainep-
ville; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.
Baker-J. I Kelly, Macclenny.
Bradford-L D. Wall, Starke; Er-
nest Knight, Lake Butler.
Brevard-Stewart.
Calhoun-E. S. 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. butler. Miami.
DeSoto-J. H. Brown, Areadia.
Duval-I. L. Parris, Jacksonville;
Frank R. Chase, Jacksonville.
Eacambla-John P. Stokes. Pensa-
eola; C. L. Wiggn, Pinae Barren.
Pranklf-B. R. L. Moore, Carm-
Gadsdea-J. W. Mahaffy, Gretna; J.
W. Shoppard, Greensboro.
Hamilton-L C. Register, Avoca; J.
W. Bynam. White springs.
Hernando-F. L. Stringer, Brooks-
vYie.
Hillsboro-John 8. Taylor, Largo;
D. P. Pattisball, Plant City.
Holme--. W. Watotrd, Uto.
Jacksom-W. E. B. Smith, Marianna;
J. H. Tdwell. Bameom.
Jeoersoa-8. D. Clarke, Montlecello;
A. J. Boad, Thomas City.
Lake-J. R. Miller. Eustis; J. 8.
Godfrey, Talaba.
L- -P. J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
Lamo-A. S.Wels.Tallahassee; John
L Neely. Tallahassee.
Levy-W. J. Epperson, Bronson.
Lafayette-Mequeen Chaires, Old-
town.
Liberty-B. K. Thaggard, Bristol.
Madison-Charles E. Davis, Madi-
so; J. Ellis Blanton, Lee.
Manateoe-D. FP. Hull. Costatla.
Maron-L Light, Reddick; W. D.
Gars. Ooa.lA
Moaroe-W. H. Malone, Jr.. Key
Wet; Charles Knowles. Key West.
Nalia-J. R. Calklns, Pernandina;
A. IL Ogilvie. Calabha
Ormge-A. B. Newton. Winter Oar-
de:; James H. Kins. Oviedo.
Oeeeoli-C. 8. Acree, Klistmmee.
Paeo-P. C. Litell, Hudson.
PoN--J. A. Cox, Kathleen; W. J.
Durrnoce. Fort Meade.
Putnam-H. A. B. MacKenzie, Pa-
tks:; 8. J. Hilburm Palatka.
Santa Rosa-B. V. McCaskill. Bluff
Sprigs; A. J. Peaden, Oak Grove.
St. Johns-W. A. MaeWflliams, St.
Auustitne; C. J. DuPont, Matanuas.
St. Lucle-W. R. Hardee. Jensen.
Sauter-MeGlenn Terrell, Bushnell.
Sawannee--L E. Roberson. Lve
Oak; Oeo. W. Dempsey, Ellaville.
Taylor-W. T. Cash, Perry.
.olusia-James E. Alexander, De
Land: Mamon Thornton. Ormond.
Wakulls-Walter Page, Wakulla.
Walton-J. F. Richbourg, Laurel
HN.
Wabilngton-R. L. McKensle, Pan-
I a City.
Married Man In Trouble.


A married Inan who permits any
number of the family to take saythin
a Pole'I Honey and T, for
colds and lon trouble, if gIter
M nagleet. Nothing else Is as good ort
Homey sad Tar oosata no
ad i s to a yellow pe.hage.
ri all drussists.


*iRl OP NEXt LEGISLATURE
Tbe blaein a demand for nae, the
re Democrat cheerfully furaibses
the following:
The senate.
District l-J. H. B. Miller, Mllliga.
Distrtet 2-John 8. Beard, PeO-
District 3-WUlliam W. Flournoy, Do
lunlak 8prings.
District 4-Tbeop West, Mariana.
District -&l. rP. Horford, Coe Mills.
Dietisict 6--Jamens Broome,
Quiney.
District 7-D. H. Sluoan, Lakeland.
District 8-John W. Henderson, Tal-
labass".
District -George W. Dayton, Dade
City.
District 10-C. H. Leggett, Green-
viTle.
District 11-Donald C. McMullen,
Tampa.
District 12-E. L. Cottrell, Oldtown.
District 13-P. M. Hudson, MiamL
District 14-P. P. Cone, Lake City.
District 15-A. Z. Adkins. Starke.
District 16-T. S. Davis, Fernan-
dima.
District 17-J. B. Johnson, Live Oak.
District 18-H. H. Buckman, Jack-
sonville.
District 13-L. C. Masey, Orlando.
District 20-D. H. Baker, Orange
Home.
District 21-J. A. WUlaias, Cedar
Keyst.
District -William M. Grardk, hpley.
Monticello.
District 2$-I. N. Whitney, Lady
Lake.
District 24-W. Hunt Harris. Key
West.
District SI-Buell Cook, Chipley.
District W-3. 8. Crill, Palatka.
District 27-Joseph H. Humphries,
Bradentown.
District $8-Frank W. Same, New
ftIyra.
District 0-W. E. Baker. Melrose.
District 30-W. H. H. McLean. Jas-
per.
District 31-L. W. Zim, St. Augus-


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Ms.M


YAEGER BETHEL HARDWARECOMPANY.


A A.


WHEREAS, The Leistlature of 1901, ua
4d the Contituttoa of 18, of the Stat
of Florida, did three Jolat easoutleo
propoeesing aa e t sto the OutItutlw
of the Stoto of Fiorida, nd the sunewe
agreed to by a vote of thres-ths tf a the
members elected to each bowur that t
votes on said Joist BeaoludtUe wre eaarI
upon their respective Journals, with
ad nays tbheron and they did ermm
aid diret that the said Joint Besolautem
be submitted to the electors of the Stat
at the Geoeral Electlon Is November. 108.
NOW, THREFORN. I. H. CLAT CRAW.
FORD, Secretary of State of the State fa
Florida, do hereby give notice that a
GENERAL ELbCTION
will be held in each county lrorMa9e
Tuesday next succeeding the rst M
nla Novaber, A D. 1908 the said Tesaty
beias the "
THIRD DAT OF NOVUMB3.*
for the ratification or rejeetio of the saMd
Joint Resolatlou propmes amemdmentas t
the Costtatioo of e Ito *f orda,

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposlng aS
amendment to 8eetle Nine (9) of Arl
rvre (6) of the ConstItfton f florida
relating to Judicial salares.
Be it esolved by the L pdeltwe of ea
stete of lords:
That Section Nine (9) etf Article rive (5)
of the Consttution of the State of Florida
be and the same t hereby amended so as
to read as fellows, vts.:
Sections Nine (9). The e lares of J3e.
tie dof the Supreme Court, Ctrcuit Judges
and Judges of CrImal Cort o a ecorNd
shalt beazid by the Lelslatur.
That the erea meandoset of owetl
() of Article ive (5) of the Coitntlt-
tlou of dra 8bereby agreed to, and the
ea @ all be SUIbittedto tohe lectons
the State for approval or rejeettos at the
next general election of eeemtative
hereafter, as reutid by ete q) (1) f
Arttel Sevstems (11) of Mid Ceotatuttme.

JOINT RESOLUTION ropeod an ame d
mnet to Artie Tw? of f Come sat-
tloa of the State of Iortda relattve to
education, tobe he owa asa etea X-
teen of aid Article, pomvdia for the levy
of a special tax tor tme support a"ad ma-
teamnoe ff he Univelity af the at
of Morida. the Flortda ale oolle.
the Institute for the 11id. Deaf sad
Dumb, and the Ceoored orml "Sehool.


Be 4 Resl*ed eby th Lef. eatO ef tOh
State eof Florfda:
That the following amendment to Article.
Twelve of the Constttutlon of the state Or
Florida, to be known as Secttoa 1 of sald
Article, be and the same tIs hereby agree
to and shall be submitted to the electors of
the State at the neut several eledetlon
Repreetatlves, to be heldsla the year 1908,
for ratlfcatlOs or reJectlo.
"*ee. i. A special tax of e*e mill on the
dollar of all taxable property in the State
shall be levied samnalFy for the n port and
maltenaace ofa the Unlverdity the State
of Florida, the Iordar Fealt Colleg, the
Institute for the glid. Deafw a mb wad
the Colred Normal School. which shall be
paid in to the State Treasure r ad et art
by him to the credit of the State r of
nucatlon, to be apportioed and dp d
of rf id inltutei aN
required by the act cresttl and mastals-
Ing the same. known as Chapter 584 of
the Laws of rFlorida. approved Juae 10.

JOINT REOLUTION propoeIan am-a
amet to SecttMe hrty fe of rtule FVe
of the Ceostituts of plori d, relatte
to etabllshmeat eo Courta.


Defit BOWVsoledIU

mesft o for eIda

ftme r= 4 "1


ofe fLatura eOf tas


Flooen I t onedtI
We can give you some low iurm a
floor w hw a lar quntit we
wish tmove. Get our fges before
PkMiw. Child Brons. 6


Lumberl Lumber!

I can funish all


kinds of rough Lum-

ber on shprt notice.

Special prices on


Carload loti.


Seetles 8a. No Courts other thaa hee
spWetse shall be established i teis Stata.
aept that the LAgislatafe may Peend afr
Ue 4reptos and tas"mast .1f aSdw
tdew)mJogiul circuits"w may hiow to
time Mhmo neemsary, sad for thp aeoat.
MeO b the GovernOr et eh iby
te Mte of addto etret tre
tc me tterm of ofste sa4 gMral Jure-
snaD be thesame ast a, Udrnea pr -Kd
i tj0e utjudges bens already pr.
tM ,e*and uay otbe sad uaread
OemwIJm with udletal poe Iu nall mat-
"" eeeted witth he rae at of teir

The vot cast nla complane with sal
opi sdn amiMta, -d be c doe.;e
rte- retu w vet *besub* -
toas a afe proTldI b ltaw or Iestr
election In t heM StasM 1 orlda
I 5IlM"ONT WHERE-,
O, o ie renato t M
bald sad aaed the Grat
(8EAL) eal oM the State ot Florda,
at Tra0l0 r- the Cptal,
PDv day eoafJly,
B. CLAT CBAWIORD,
sewoetary of tate
Jaly 24, Io.
OCtt A al-.m.... ..

The- senal a of. fwor Annonce-

The t Coi ii aCsrM having ub-
eIW datyl Fa6'is Feeas


i Ida ar ton rs- isa the eo f


the Une- -- -w*
authe l M

me o the tte _. Pa


_____ iele^-rastvs


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


Jobu GO CAoIMa


Trs D-aeat OMlUM
31-ti

Slightly Colder with BMow.
When you see that kiand o a weath
torecast you know that r i"m I
weather is at head. Get r rIt
mow by oetUm a b oa o bId=
Stow Liiame Leet tuml made
olr rheumatism, O hlatm S. fN bto.
ior ad ti" Jaoiats sad a m, s B
sahbs and psma. 6e a d *
botle. HardeamMh Co. ralts.

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W. A. Register,
Woodville, Fla.



School Books.


AU the


grades


w.e cara s.


30-tf.

FOR SALE!

One National Cash Reg-
ister, 6 Drawer Base.
Used less than one year.
In perfect condition.
Change in store system
amue for selling. A bar-
gain for some one.
aT gcr-D-tkl Co.



Jeff D. Perrelf
W WiMT vI Md IU.


CC


1 1nab"


Holme s


Drug


Companjr

Has a Complete Stock

D'i ri n f e-4 t a n

It can be bought is
mail q"M "tI or in "Me


HOLMES DRUG CO.,


Teaila-hasmFt..


Don't


M71w


If You're Hit


The Crisis is2Past
The SituWion is clwlng
The. Cure I in WorL


GET BUSY


LOOK HAPPY


DON'T KICK


The' Hos htwanb

"Hsnt gota.Gw.
Ptthe anIiks -.l


Water wA dL~j


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SACiONS


AVMLSmSXT WEEL


-~ I I ~ ~


menra tov Sx,
%=,ar atGrey, pr


JEIC


Columbia Sox,it Black,
Tan and Grey. Every
P guaranteed, par
Good quality Kentucky
Jeans Pants, worth a
dollar a pair at per pr 75
All Wool filling Jeans
Pants, worth $1.50 (
a pair, at per pr em
Black andNavy Thibet
Pants, worth $1.50 t|
a pair, at per pr. $1w

Udwcar at Under Prices.


Ladies' heavy fleeced
Cotton Undervests,
worth 25c., at -


19C


Ladies's Cotton ribbed I 5
Undervests 1
Ladies' pure white Cot-
ton ribbed Under-
wear beautiful quality 49
Ladies' fine Australian
Wool Underwear, all
p1re Wool. Worth 75
1.25, at 7
Infants' Cotton Wrap- 15C
pers .
Children' fine ribbed
Cotton Underwear &


Ladies' Black Cotton
Hose, worth l0e pr. at 8c
Ladies' Black Cotton
Hose Fast black, ex-. C
tra quality. .
^---- --- ---- --p M-- --- -- ---


Children' Black ribbed
HoAe sie 6 to 9,
worth 19., at .


8c:
&
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SHOE SAVINGS.


Men's all Leatkr CreedmoorWork Shoes, worth
$1.50, at per pair $1.00
men's all Lather Best Western Ol GrainCreed-


more, worth $2.00, at per pair


- $1.50


Men's al Leather Box Calf, Vo alf, Vid
Kid Bcrs, worth $2.50, at perpair $2.00
Men's Hicory Calf, Gooyear Welt Bluchers,
worth $3.50, atper pair $3.00


Women's all Leather Kanaroo Calf Lace Shoe,
worth $1.50, atper pair -


Women's Vid Kd Patent .Leather Tip, lu-
cr Shoe, worth, $1.25 at per pair -


$1.25


$100


Women's Vidcl Patent Leather Tip, Solid
LeaterShoe, worth $2.00, atp paper $1*50

Women's Extra Quaty Kd wt MatTops Shoe,


worth $2.50 at per pair
Infants' Hand toured Shoes,


Cldrens' ali solid Leather Kid Shoes,


6 to 8, per pair


w


ildrens' all solid Leather Kid Shos,
8 -2 to I, per pair
lidrens' all solid Leather Kid Shoes
I 1-2 to 2,per par -


A Brokelot of Oldrens' School Shoes
log as they ast at perpair


- $2.00


and lace, 50c pr.


-75cts




sizes$1.251


as
S 50cts


-m I


aossery pxais--t
Children' Extra Quality
White, Tan and Black
s4 -


OL)


15c


Cadet Hosiery for La-
dies' and Children ev- f-
ery pair guaranteed, at A

Drs G sp s.


Mohairs, Panamas and
Wool Taffetas in the
newest Fall styles, yd


5kc


36 in. Gobelin Blue, Plaid
Suiting, worth 50c yd 3Q
at -
52 in. Mohairs, Navys, 69
Black and Brown, yd 9
36 in. Panamas, Navyd dW
Garnet and Black, yd
Big lot of Plaid Suiting
in a beautiful range
of colors, splendid for
children' suits, 36 in.
wide, worth 35c at yd

Taffeta Silk.
36 in. Black Taffeta 89
worth $1.00 at yd07
36 in- Black Taffetta,
every yard guaran-
teed worth $1.25, 1
at per yd W

Specials In Domestics.
35 inch Bleaching, free from
starch, 74c
Side Band Percales in a pret-
ty range of colors, 36 inches
wide, 10c
Best American Calicoes, 5c
27 in. Apron Gingham, worth
8c, at 5c
27 in. Unbleached Drill, 7 ,c
27 in. Uubleached Cotton
Flannel worth 10c 8c


TALLAHASSEE,

FLORIDA.


Wik rt & Gar


and Z Shoes.


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.4" .,


Kitchen Towellg
--Crash.-

4c per yd.


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.t '*. mM OCtATIC T1CKT.

SS DAVIS, OO. C. MAR1N,
SAMUEBL PASCO.
V-r VUated States Senttor:
DUNCAN U. FL.rCHKR.
f RspNsectatlve In Congrs--Third Co
gsWlooal District:
IANNTT HL. MAYBE.
For Governer :
ALBERT W. OILCHRIST.
For Comptroller:
ALONZO C. CROOM.
For Tremurer:
WILLIAM V. KNOTT.
For Secretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAH FORD.
For Attormey.Onerale :
PARK K. TRAMMLL.
vee Wulplntendnt of Public Instruction :
WILLIAM M. HOLLOWAY.
tor Camlm.sloner of A reculture:
BENJAMIN B. McLIN.
PFr Justles Supreme Court:
WILLIAM A. HOCKBE
tHOMAS M. BfACKLJIORD.
Par Railroad Cnmnssioner:
ROYAL C. DUNN.


COUNT T TICKET.
Per MeUmber of the Legislature:
JOHN L. NEELY,
A. S. WELLS.
Ior County Judge:
BENJAMIN A. MEGINNISS.
Por Clerk Circuit Court:
l HENRY N. FBLKEL.
For Sherift:
WILLIAM M. LANGSTON.
for Tax Assesor:
WILLIAM 0. AMES.
For Tax Collector:
WALTER A. DEMILLY.
Fmr tuperistendent of Public Instruction:
EDWIN B. EPPE.
Per County Treasurer:
J. EARL PERKINS.
For County Surveyor:
VALLIE J. RANDOLPH.
County Commlsuloners:
W. D. 8TOUTAMIRE, W. A. REGISTER,
1. W. COLLINS, R. G. JOHNSON.
L.S ('RUMP.
School Board:
DAWSON BOATWRIGHT.
JOHN H. PATTERSON, D. R. COX.
Likit en Sepcheppy.
Although it has been in existence
several weeks, the Sopchoppy Argus
ba just come under the Tribune's ob-
servation. There should be a great fu-
tare ahead for anything bearing the
e of Sopchoppy. The Argus has
started out with abigh and milhtypur
pemean is evidenced by the following:
"There has been a party in town this
week who expressed his intention to
en_ an emporium for the sale of fancy
fU.de, such as beer, whiskeyand other
t0oxicating drinks. We want this par-
tyto understand that no such place will
e tolerated here. While it is true that
we have no law in our county making it
'dry' we have a healthy public senti-
ment that is more efficacious than any
law we can eect, and that sentiment
mamt be regarded. As long as the Ar-
gla b in business aLd this editor in
eastrol, we will fight such efforts with
all the powers that we have. We have
mqgh evils among us now without In-
ag distilled damnation."
ie e u nothing nnmistokable about
tla agiuae. Te Arsgu in arma
Is roteet 8OhoppyI (may we inm-
Veat a word ?) opeoppans from
"*ay goods emponum.
speppy a in the county of Wa-
sUa, and, although its name might so
Wkate, is not of Chinese origin or
net Ths iis, if we mistakenot,
l# first paper. Let us hope it will con-
ti week after week bringing us
0r1 tid of SopFboppy. We find
Already p inng for Sopeboppy.
e would like to know more of it-of
Us natural advantages, its history,
wMre it found its name and what sort
People live there. Are the Sopehop-
n isof the Pamaeoln webb-footed
variety or strawberried, a Ia Lakeland?
AMnd would it welcome damnation other
ham "distifled 7" I
Come to as often, Argus, with our
popph originality. We will look
S a toyour visits.-Tampa Tri-
Did we not feel sure the Argus man
would write an article fully tselng you
s Sopeooppy and Its advantages and
Its good people we would surely do it,
tnow we will only add. It is one of
te aiest little villages on earth, situ-
ted in a splendid agricultural country,
f the Sopehppy river, is the station
me gets off the G. F. & A. cars to take
t i for Panacea Spring, and has
aof the bot people on earth there.

Truth and


Quality


ppal. to the Well-Informed in every
Vdk of life and an esential to permanent
seme and creditable standing. Accor-
, fty, it is not claimed th t Syrup of Figp
. d Elixir of Senns is the only remedy of
awn value, but one of many reasons
it is the best of personal and family
atives is the fact that it cleanses,


e and relieves the internal organs
eB which it acts without any debilitating
areeacts and without having to increase
S' o quantity from time to time.


'r


It acts pleasantly and naturally and


tuly as a laxative, and its component
prt are known to and approved by
fc.iansm, asit is fre from all objeetion-
' lZ -substance.. To get its beneficial
S always purhae the genuine-
* Fetoed by the California Fig Syrup
0, ,Oe7ly, and for sale by all leading drug-
.'7"


rims wqs 4mwwvpFpwmm-v


Spiog at the n-
state that it "o bi
best in the 8tat
room is a batiin
tag maple floor sad adl
walls. and the table that i set
by the new management wi
compare with any in the oat
Mr. Beverly, the owner, I sab leMe
of the new Franklin, at AuMi
Mr. H. A. Daniels, who ire Tfib hI
time Sad attention teitma Bss, tis
beyond a doubt one of the b"et hotel
managers in the country. Mr. Daniels
and h eficiet elerk are always m the
lookout to do something for thepleasure
of the guests at the new Leon.-Quincy
Moon.
Call on us when you are in ded of
printing. We also make rtbber stamps.


mother
so Interrupt
dressed w

Sickly
on her sytem. ,l. a ,
Honey and T rm'
and s tintut o *l
substitutee. 8W by W ^-. JpJ


I


.., aUus. 15,!;F 1


ID~CA RALU1 WI. m
For p~upw ON arm


ABOUT ADVERTISING-NO. 4


The Hen and the

DoorknIb


By HbetKaufiman


Once upon a time there was a fool
hen who sat cd a china doorknob for


three weeks expecting to
The only thing she did
Perience.


get a family.


get


was cx-


The advertising field is fall of
"china dootknob propasitions"--ex-
amples of' merchants who expect good
newspapers to hatth money out of bad
egg business, oc who put sownd nest


eggs under the
hen."


wrong


"advertising


There are three principles- to fol-
low in an advertising campaign:
First of all, find a business, that will
stand advertising; secondly, find the
newspaper that will 'tiake"the adver-
tising pay; thirdly, give the news-


paper


time to pay.



You can't start in to breed dollars
in less time than it takes to hatch
them any more than you can pull a
hen off the nest before she ltebad a


chance


to incubate.


"In both


cases


in.


you


you simply waste what has been
vested. If you stop too $o6n"


will get
chicken.


Advertise something out of which
you may reasonably expect returns,
and when you have found what to


advertise, take
your copy in
turn the trick.
with a china


care that you place
a newspaper ihat can
Don't delude yourself
doorknob, and -don't


confuse a "rooster newspaper."


spends its time
a "hen newspa


hatching out


dc


which


Mrs. M. IL Davisa.ofe q~A
ford A".. Sn ls aSI:
Worm tho etlltwaa pm
famiy remedvso.ba'beedeb, a ls
dtheUvr and bow,
ed to mya 7,;,. orth
benelof tlhus ~fterellstf hoa
a I Tks& n.er a heabeth fr
the digestive rgans ifA abOttle .f1
Electric Bitters than In any other remw
edY I know ot." Sold under gua&'atee
at all drug stores. $ft..


XAU LinbL lkuemmes

rhad to Won"s wkm W&
Chweb e. W*. IL. Uula. lFt&
.mssat 11e eefok 0a., amh at
70 Wedhskpm. Ssbhatbihms an a. 2
M-eu meris. m Wedmsby w nG etvt To
Jw. .ILA
do.5=a. 4 0.

A5se. R*wwllrPu4 PL
T.in 3vIPu' mm 6fk so p.,..; 7mI.
a.ma R
1v;:~h a mv! Dow' ea
dosa whee at to a~.


Ae Od*- e I 816
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in rthmt Thft, te.
Ivitmi. Y Sr-. P. i. n btusm; IW.2



PFor Chrenic Diarrhoea.
"While In the army Ia 1MS I was
taken with fote drtboea,'
Oeorge M. felton f Soutl GibeO, Pa.
"1 have sines tried aday remedle* but
without any permanamet relleZt, aUtl
Mr. A. W. Milee, o ts place, pe.

For sale by Tallabassee Drug Co.

ForS iel i

A few mall farms. improved
and uniopiotved, in good ts0id-


ties. Apply to


J. R. MILLER,


Lloyd, Florida.


rs8. J. Pope,

I. D. Pratr/ua.
UNDBERTA7AR

EMBALMBR.
Oat of town orders re.
-iwm prsupt attsetlem


-me sea. Inaes .m.
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Abo'Oum


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wallo Ctm a


I" et-A,4o cMtAl Wo


AU Work


in the HM at


Booing, Go S
iag, and ShotrMtal Work
solicited, ad espeial eam
taken to please my pa


(Plum'n a Speciaty.



PhoM 41 orfm.

HII. AVERIVt


Ur, Al kthds of


Hauling,


Plowing,

Dirt Woylk

of any kind,


IJAAO


Good, Tcmaiv T r Pk"**J
RW&


a'm WON-& w
wFIAM


cock- a-loruming, for
)er" that is too buey
)llars to strut about


crowing.


(Copyrlgbt, 3008. by Trtb*uno Compaum, Oblia&s)


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hn the Cfr.lt Court for Leon County,
P'larida-In Chancery.


It HS M KAD TOAP-
powl on idisI& N Svt-

Mb o mm
mmnvd thev m ii of wFmt. of
meat th d bos at bu.tbw
se I~w am" i0smqW a t hm e m Ud 4.
~mlm "ab 4 aso te~i
w d .mid o a=momnth Yhwta.
.D.1 I s Z t =l Iasuor rie
aimedth 71 thore Ibepob
Wee~1v TrueD.mmi" a mewsM


We were much pleased to receive a
nice view potal card from Hon. W. B.
Lamar d wife, who are now in the
city of Venice, ,njoyin t b Imautiful
. hts of the analt Tity of tM Doges.
are both well and an having a
delightful trip. Nice la them to
remember their friend while abroad
and the True Democrat appreciates it.


Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil Is the best
remedy for that often fatal disese--
croup. Has been used with suooess In
our family for eight years."-Mrs. L.
Whitacre, Buffalo N. Y.
Levy Bros. comes to you with inter-
est in this iame. Read his attractive
advertisement and then see them for
business.


Rev. Joseph T. Leonard, a Presbyte-
ria minister, a native of Frankfort, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDear-
mid, on Magnolia Heights. Mr. Leon-
ard baa preached in South Florida
eleven years, and will attend the Synod
at Jacksonville November 10th.
Try our Rubber Stamps.


Y KIDNEY CURE
SWill cure any cae of Kidney or Bladder Disease not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more.


Cures Backache
Corrects
Irregularities
Do not risk having
Bright's Disease
or Diabetes


Statement.
Made as required by Seetion i. Chapter 66M.
Acts 1907.
SShowing the amount of taxes eharged to the
"Tax Collector" of LAc* County Florida to be
collected for the current yer ifWt. and the Or
ttonment of the mame to the sevrl fun fe
which taxes have been levied:
Total tax for the year 1O. ...... 949.MM
Amount paid to Oct. 1, IMN. 47r,.L


Balance......... ........ 8 2.751.3
APPORTIONMENT.
General Revnue---............S t,0.00
Amount paid to Oct. 1, 106 9,1.XLt A7.T2
School........................ S.47o.00
Amount paid to Oct. 1, 16S.. -1,3270.40- 1.I"A
Polls.......................... I ..oo
Amount paid to Oct. L 1. .. 1.M.00-- MI
ine and frfedture.......... .o210.00
Amount paid to Oct. 1. 10L.. 3.081.8- 17&1I
Roads andBride............ .O8.n 28
Amount paid to Oet, 1. 190LW.. 7.M79.82- 4U.L6
Special School. District No. 1. 6.1280
Amount paid to Oct. 1.1908.. 4.831.3L 2I7.


nIsthe riu is -i "M -S NOTICE rtte unt th first annual election a pnwroided Attest- MT T. FuLEL,
S ek imealle *- -- ass the CShacrter Pre as follows. 01rk of Circuit Court. CLho County, Florida.
Sha na WC. Shackleford, VePresldent. October lst, 190.
st, me 4 1 d C", --- loenceC. Cay. First ViewPresident. .1.
A L faunabean be gem1 Zatherinbw Gamble. Second Vice-President. In the Circuit Court of the Second Judi-
[a'L .u] MnxaY T. Lm.nm hdrste at oei Gteor Application for C--terl. Jll, Lai,. ameordins Secretary. i e(r. .t li th Secon Jodi-
Th. -r s1mii t ort. LM -- -i--trrskdoA. v.sarmi *at*on for C Sallie E. B cisk. TruSerer. cial Circuit of Florida, for Leon Coon-
SI anSe in i losetasMa --w anma W. Shackleford. Member Club Council. ty-In Chancery.
Large numbers of wagons ad tea s 111s6" Im" sW 'lorence G. Cay. Member Club Council. Mary M. Rawls and her Husband. W. A. Rawl.
S nmow daily passing t theity- To All Whom it May Cnce: atherine Gamble. Member Club Council. vs. Bartow B. Wilson and Ciford W. Wilson. hi.
gal" cam from I '& OwRMoveov Joseeph"OHEREBY GIVEN THAT ON .ilia Lewl., Member Club council .
Sallie E. Msake. Member Club Council.
go^ and c gfro ithe Gufe- 'NOTICE Is HERERY GIWEH THTo N b uan .W REAS IT HAS BEEN MADE TO AP
cern..... ...... "u- 'AI Tuesday. the twenty-M.vyithd KTAofSOtoMeADE TO A..
SAlso crate wages fromied TeUimed a A. D. oosIat n a the of Otbr velyn Hodges. Member Club C uncil. pear by the aidavt f W H. Elli oe
ite heGpr gs do fore ablo esAttho Fmorning. at Quin Emily T. Dawkins Member Cl Council. for the complainants In the above entitled cause.
pol-t .. w 0 Ofriends all ow, "y.in Gad den ounty. in te t the at e of e INwll E.. Walker. Member Club Council. that the defendants. Bartow B, Wilson anif
M ey.hr er buadl tooeonhi d lody F hich paton will be madti bey the undersine ro a iMena W. Hlrschberg. Member Club Clounil. fort W. Wilson. his wife. are res dentso
hn Wakullpat aoe a Moto oee ihs cmuhim mayberld returns of t4oCty ofta'se, Ancounty, Sarah d I. Fetlkel Member Club Council. other than the State of FloreMmida.eto-wit:teWonil
-- A.--W--------w-- -- $4 ---mil ( 8 DI I ny. hf --h-- o ob r b Jon ouranahes h is tnd tlent, othrd subsfiSepstm oefoi tan the S t d otof hovred t. wt D. 10 t'aW M
0 tsq Of uro's OrMeo Laative and.t e JudgeofttheCl uiStS.torthof Oth end t Tlll The names and residence of the subscribers toofpleran. thatcher place of residenceandls
aOgr gn .* l a ofhidsomelia CircuitofFlnrida.d or a Charter for a Cm.tI said Charter. and hereto, are as follows: office address isAtlanta.Geori, that thier s
... .. ...i. -om teSaeol d ..h .. o ry S. Lewis, Tallaha e. Florida. a ad tha t thnthed ee a ta
^O r on ote for profit, of which be ltm the An Po A aher an d b l WI. the d a o the ider of Tent yars nd thee





OrlDo14 80 BOd klP. -, e the best ltwsnot said c ... .. ^ --- ANne.E PulhS^. AlMrEt. o ,t ....... I,.o n,., ....ot.. .r
"My ChrerWyear.old boy was badly ora a mitphusa eg u ,e ewh it C fo fot oderdte deedk,
Sy..th-. w- b w aOwhich corporation Is to be lc-Ad V the IN City of Ida B. Bradford. Tallahassee, Florio-la..a .. il ornde thio Nthe a of i t.aee,







awatipatd. g b" f t llra ws>it 0 w "g7 Casodlt vpioaso.Lon countytt ofM agB*le 2t the Given in Accordance with SectionsdClirorW.Wilon .
l a w J, w dTallahsse. Ason county. StaS and; Witness Wher*f. We havreunto signed do appear to the bill of com alat f ed
toI am awtvl ondlo. I Save him tWON O W agot many of his zY the object of the corporation shal he et work for our.nameo this the twienty-tbrd (lay of Soptem. cause .n the d day of NovemC. r* A. [. 19.a
a -t S mental and moral development s Sm At.Iate oa. .loidan. ,eonc u tatnswer of uothe, F.eto



dose F OeoS rLaxativeM heanLk J ate him preen ,SnSht.o thmemrs o e ofTC S Ethis" VCshal l.her A 0. Ta s.
t next mani the rover war e hS h. Ittheund lned. and all such pe as may.be,,State of Fordas. It is further ordered that this order.b.









the next linc rf th* ed fs0a o their oral at t7 annd 575ofoeeal Sutfatusof nh
And 1 w10 e"StrlY WSeL Pol ls' D rAnderson was ii im e lectdtomembeh"p In isaid wo,. o.a a ail,"toacc LILLA LEWIS. listed in The Weekly True Docrata N
O haolaaie saed hs wlL oe." A MV 0 VM5 Bc ~ 1 MiSy0f to the metod which may be aieIn the MARY S. LEWIS. per published in the city of Tallhas. n m e
1111e"rst hew besnty-laws of said corporatioTes odre.ei ANNIE P. AMES. crnntyof Loon.In the State of Florida.
u iC0e.Sl Ws -lotM 9M It th tIb-laws *oad sa -dras eo dortati Sn.e7ad th-ers, aSdALLIE E. BLAKE week f orfour conso ti uve weeksr.e





.i --- ,-.-%.W A. D. 1 hsekeby al-0 sdtawlhae o%-fourthof an" ar lafw. 8rt n ertiwfm h amn brand the folof e sa
ouft" Castier. aI l by all |rg Md ec lSdtwoTallahassee.Foridthis d17 dth day of Se te i s
-- has ja everopetathet, the ... mant.-a*bSaecondVirst Sl.h t IDAD .BRADFORD. ness m. had an te se msof sand court a
hes willw yst --. ---ectu1shllm, abe the"Comro eeeoonlgU r, a INotice o f Application afor Tax Deed itu ,HENRY T. FEL..
base. m thd -- He eereeyea easucr Co:a- Given in Accordance with SeetiloClarkcuitCourt.Loon must
W;;; l"me a sn"d NWAnda of;t 6 74a 67 and 5of the General SttUte A tru e.

She. 1kea of tse-clrkhCouncil to beCitcourt. Leon cu
D o -bkn -,,-- -,.this r eporatimN the OTC IS H 3 IV. -tAroC.o3.
1hilils, sm goum O.Ie Las --s. 'd0tttheCb Council. The .rst 0anpurehasir eofTaxesarticaftenumbered Notice of Application for Tax D
ha-idbe"fortaxdetthe eane g t frtded toisue In accordance withlw.
a r anfI@O af dotheir en thebsmod Thurba% iy n .A and etow Loot numberedfour 4.ofblcktweyw purcaserof taxcertificate nm-

Saylie-No tv he hemd o e th.e A.oD .1111 s Per plot WinJIn the oWine of Clersk o ha sIl-said srtiflcatin my
dUyL ovu + A. ------- M hawl-- be elected cult s- mssoialone-fourth of an kK n mla. "idcertificate s-t:el ne am i
UpTaeimssdnd ssed attheatepro ituateanLowsouty.
teneMkwidle. t o.- ite
eof wi h tma m" ttinimm M name of J. W.
-three. L in V-e --, t as h tem U,. tmis t med t. it
p althe iUy oileb _ort---e..A. D..@b--- 16. -. i vr Mitell, i nsetiomso

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vPaBrYV PpA NOsNInNA. for a moment .
ia^ not daon gerW _>ft| e
T6190Se V3Ae 39 h0 S81 pe1um4onia -ad A stf have
I NAe "I istrt of their origin I a -". 0o.M
B2 SSw --mSl .w gumption Is not caiat6 a 614.11 0o
+ .. .w __ .e u tne cold parm MHe n ( tor _he Fl w. i
S Asyo uhave doibtUlm noticed in the reception uSd Adev4lemle t heA r ....
pliw I have bean aasged since ir tat would not eberwie hav eis
abot: .emi.e of July last n the die- foru lodgement. It the .me with "
: car of m 1datif tsa Oflthofoud l. n teetnoa dimen I IMtpthtsertao 'on-_._-,em
NattonlDemoratc Congresoat (ern- sraelt fer, measle and whoopl oingt
S itfe, ton charge of the headquarters ough are much more -Ikely to be
at Waslatom In performance of0m y eontratted whet the chud has a cold. tm
dties as sc secretary, I havefor the You will see from this t UM more real r ow
tim meutoned had cha of th earn- .-nger lurks to a cold thma In any .. y :
for mteEasen eadel other of the Common athmta. The
.-.tate. A f w d i c h..m. easiest and quickest way to an s .a
ess ~.f dayss inspe hayI a
Carolina, vice-chairman or the commit-_ Remedy. The many remarkable ,ree ar*, .Wates iva
and who kindly consented to M affected by this preparation havemads
m in charge for the balance of t a staple article of trade over a large -
campaign, I came home with the f part of the world. For sale by Talt __ Vua.y & ri, m# li
Sintention of making appointments heaseo Drug Co. our oto WN
throughout the district and addreesinao ~ -! n of the ..N
as many of my eoMUnstuents as I could WW Fit s. t ve, w b m nUe Iria
reach, givf an account of y stew- There has been a party in town this *r .
ardhip and discussing the issues of the week Who epersed his intention to All tsts aind detailt r-tektif ther t
present campaign. It was my full in- openan emprum for the sa of fancy can be i tened by LuI out th eMapo
tension, therefore, to remain In Florida od~ h s u beam whisky sad other which aars_ below, and masag t H
until the convening of Congress next ntoxit'v drinks. We want thia same t jack Brown, Contet Manager
December. Upon my arrival at m ty to unrstan that no sb Place wll of the Metropolis, Jaco Via. :
hone in Gaineville, I foad awaiting be tolerate here. Whle It Is true that NOMINATING BLANK
me a telegram from the Honorable we have no law aI eair uty making it -OMINAIN BLANK.
William J. Bryan, our candidate for the "dry," we have a p bie enti- Metropolis' 6,000.00 Contest.
PraideeY, U~crling that I return North nt that ia moren
Sn behalf of the tck w we an enat d This coupon when properly filled out
et in the Statof New York, Ohio, In- most be regarded. the Ar- entitle Mi.......................... A
diana, Illinois oand Wisconsin. Feen i in bs a Ol and ...eo.--i
that I could not refuse to comply with trol, we will flght eah with all -. -..-. --....
this request of our great leader, parti- the power that we h w have To 80 otes and pla e her i nomlna- "
ularly at the time when the future holds ~noeuh eis amouW s ew b tion in the Metropolis Popular Voting
so much of promise for our people, I trodeuiar distilled mti CinItest
am, therefore, ebeerfully repod to Ctisons of Wakulla and Not more than two will be allowed
this call of the rat Commoner with specially, let your will a ch contestant
entire confidence at you will not al- this matter so lear and pl t this "-
low my absentee from the district and may hbe the lat effort of the here. SALS AU NTS WANTB.
from State, particular when Iwom Ar. s6.0 A0whe"r w per ct p -RL
4ena'ed in the worinwhl I havemen- wAo 4 _Lper -cent Profit.
tioned. to militate against me in the For every dollar in ash ll with *W -l-eta c---at
eleti onhe third of next month. us awe give one hundred ebi hebe ;;m m- .
I desire to appeal to you as strongly voted in the True Democrat 1t ?r" l oale "--th i 2- "Ir-
as la a.a can appeal, to give me test. P. T. NICHOULON, Te JSwS. frame hose in
"-W--poSSIDS-vote on the third of next r --y --.-.-selrl. .
tnot beA -e-I am fearful as to In the Circut Court for Loon Coun.ty, o 1l ouro~o i
my election, but becauseofits effectin Fblorida. -In Chanvc f o y.t :--
,gress sou*d my effort be m al to ,onL. k ,. e------ --mb _i"i
.. fo,. --- -....St.ma
vote .all par ticularulyfo-IB -. ^ A n -k. pI l W.loS Cm
our Denmcratl P tial electors. turer 'o sameaoccJ tob as'6e. U NM
brIn cbi.wt I brng to you in this cam. that te aw hmdnte nqa ..an D. ._-
lettertW the heari news that the next r ots der teb tM the no PidM&. D. Armtrong saighten CRos
BO.M OheshPsesqurataver will unqun1m m.j.-mW-wihu'gUt.k.ife, and vercomesanllf0orms
tionably be emoratic, and theFed t twoIftt ".hoOW 9 LAe street
deal pohtical hori on was never S. Aum 'seas .7 a4LeS J* m vllo,. 1 M 34
brighter for the Democracy than atthe ..M SOIWt i Gesd --'--L T I Nt
peent time. Florida in this Demo-. a. wk. o mins A te NOTICE OF sCTION
SratIc er should do her full dot, Ie n h5M.Ua, s Gen 6meOh, ad *
erseef thM signs of the times IMthe m1 a 'l $1-h WNW WALteK
Ptil sky do noi bele themselves, mffi s ge l th _o ._ _
Sth mNbraskan will be I a ura- st oa OrId thar hW s LaCoNTu mmor ;

victory, FRANK CLARK. A aassW IkBd.ft W .I &FOiRM0e&M. SIt 00OV lO
PeCW Cer eaaaceemr GENERAL ELECTION
The University of Florida offers a l t. em", km. nd a be hlissswa. t',k n
S/rpe mC eouree in a WOW Reto Na 1: M:ML S. .S l TAi S e
bNovember .1 '' ade ue '=11 CCllW. irNOVENUM3
-is tDuft
Sso hmay Worksile or sg or ainad09
greps. ERvery teacer takin the r-in .i .. temu
however must tre. stat co(T -- tinhinMd.e"". .. s r.s_- of t
Ws h fact thte 88" de, Ia t
a. ayp. t cour wi u be c a-dee i a e
Sdstedoe that each teasehr or Fup Naiieamdk ee. i a r sMe.
., .Ui~~chem woki together wille at Nim n 1 .&---.- --
1 Seierty to devote e Thefor tihe to Ufrivoa tmhofrSbm mm. ma hT wAurnI th>b.f
|lo Mwll betoi.- s. i ..w i 4el.. .. o m of
fo herad.* o : er fo ts t w.. a a f9orw I| oftis
|a o ay pestl.. ., of the course willmm T, Mh_ g
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A t. o m- t th--e .t--N a....... L-- A -N th. 0.- f Of
milate k- Ma eedo 1 -teachers. Thst_ a 5^I .ItheS sd Ges me h m __S? utetmin Idhl iMl |
I 14b'"" ml be. id. Therefore tt-e 3 ii. GuI,1m A.qa .- e-.- v^ |


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s.l to register for the rvh. at ,,. massI ,m,, Olt,
W&oM Va 0. Cou anisth eaboba tComity Lands for Sal. Oft
Professor of Agriculture. l ssIatSles ha efN o- N-ab Prices
S- -..------- er. A. 0.1.,1 m.adto plead, mew er demr
Thale sad ea. ueost Wishes. th.eM -. ..... -- ,N-,-d
I limbed Is therthr e tathhesme2M ob-
Mr. JohnGi.1. T- tI 1908.. tFla. e itMe y a t I have decided to CutPr Ptt of *S
SDear Mr. CoUim*-Ebnalmo t1adan*e S iw a. oyd Ww 1 ar 't n into
dolle r forome year sbcrodn to your Was. ba. _cd. my 10 re plantation up into ==s:==
Is sue. I Is.. Fuids tothettbis, thd entBTT .D smal tracts, to suit satisfactory
_you will beoaried torg otthis =0 ....r.T..RL.= i ,ownbwu o ,,to m,,-.----
from othisp but no ra.t Court. Le.a Ce..W. riore who would ske oo 04
to be thistar off and not get
a s from deer old Leon. Bdt Why James Lee Got Well. nghbor. This is some of
Mor ,a Everyboy in anavlle ., knows vry -b-t agriculture' 1n&d in
ibrdeFa. Polk county Mrs. Mary Lee. of rural route She I I
S P.5. -Vote the c oupon orMi-ay rit:My.. _,, .'.,,Jas IA OnI coMntY, F'oriPMuM m -_
Stare. firaly believe he oweas hb life to the l
... use ---- of Dr. Kia's New 1movery. His d prifes, W i
A BANQUET Iuns were so severely aetetd that -
spread before you would do you no aumupton Seemed InevitabMe, whe Wl. M M
gSed it you wouldn't et What good friend recommended New novery.
O, ooddbahdUdwbe as oe asit We tridtit. and i4, ush en 1".(WW1
maer Its tomach It is bates by him to parfteot health." Dr. Kle-
Thats the reas a yowr by Discovery i thb 'K od tte"t A F. D. 1 "
EI, e-r1e. pasty boed adM tidU. a remediea. 9o Bl 4 041 A" o
It WWte's cr3 VemtgI. it has o euaL. T heq A am
apel dthe worms and at as a rli. Try It! Sold
O t e chld. Haree.Utha All 4,rults.. Mlo. -N
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PROFSIONAL CARDS.

Gemo. P. xy WL J. OvaM.
.RANk & OVEN,
ATTONSY8 AT LAW.
TAL.assas., FnLORIA.
WK. H. ELLs. JOHN L. NwIsLY.
ELLIS & NEELEY,
Almsn=amw OOwsNoUMS AT LAW.
aT" a s1en. L- onUsomnm.
TAU. aMahes. FLOI.DA.
C. ILM. AUSLEY, M. D.


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Spelp Nses'sSae. w S ~umr STOREF
TYNDEK ANDM 3? YITUU OF A DZCKER I' DW~Aa
5.ttemtA.P t doow
Inm situ"ngan a em. 10
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outs fm bfor W the S oior
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m'a ay.aste nddy f b: I have in" every
MW oelokm. ELau that owtsin Vplusor Dpal i Book andI 6 needed
of sedsitaks WQmd bhWm In mW mp in all Sei@.L
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I aollctiour patrsagea
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neo. Jeapbee "Aadie
The good gtlemen mationed above
eas mamy good freeds all ever this
State who love him dearly, sad who
wish hbm happ retu of the
amniery of hi w pemt N be-
half of the salvation of men, sad deing
*er we take the followed:
SThe Re. Joaephu Anderos, aLees-
berg, was 79 years old lat WedMday,
ad a great many of h tMens called
to SOratulate him. preented
im-ith a hndiomely Shed
Dr. don was a thoi try for
tov nf y.a He is m then best
MmIfgetaod t mlatevlseuidorda and
hue M-da In every portheuf the Stato,
bfSsafa y btro tbdet re-
trad o WW* some years
She Likes Oeed Thlag.
Mrs. Chas. eatt. West Prank-.
U. a.m, aaym: f sod things
Is a o e as ttWe meodlei.
eae thVa ve dT oat do their
w ell t mna fLs ahbot it"-
W iN *al a 6rA *Al at all
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Tallahassee, Fla. O t 1908.
Dear friend:
Don't you like to bite lato a nice juicy
orvage?
I like oranges too when they are
sliced. You can make lots of les things
out of oranges, and then the peeling
comes in handy.
Some oranges are nier tha others.
This morning I bought a doeen of the
nicest, pr tst orange I ewer tasted
for 25 cents.
Your friend,
JACOW.
P. S. They had such lovely fruit and
so many different kinds of it aad all
kind of good things there thi morning.
RANDOLPH & F WIN'8
8uesmor to T. H. Ramdhiph S&.o
Do not fail after reading ordBros.
advrstiisemtt to eas nfer
witl t am to
L O.


A BARGAIN
IN
Peal Estate

Write quick to

HAYWARD RANDOLPH
502 Riverside Avenue
Jadcksoavllk, Fla.

Wood! Wood!
I am prepared to furnish
Wood in any lengths. Hard
Wood and Pine.
Yards, 94 West Tennessee
Street, Tallahassee, Fla.
J. H. FOUNTAIN. 82
A marriage between Mr. Albert A.
Jackson, ofTallahassee, and Miss Mary
Inglias, of Denver, Col., was consuma-
ted Tuesday evening at the Methodist
parsonage, Rev. Ira S. Patterson offi-
ciating. Miss Inglis had arrived in
Tallahassee on the afternoon train.
Heavy, impure blood makes a mud-
dy, pimply complexion, headaches.
nausea, Indigestion. Thin blood makes
you weak, pale, sickly. Burdock Blood
Bitters makes the blood rich, red,
pure-restores perfect health.
Mrs. N. P. Hodges, of Cedar Keys,
is visiting in the city, guest of her son,
Mr. T. R. Hodges.



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Stops In
Sour Stomaci
Belching, Ga
Go to your druggst get dollar
bottle of Kodol.
And if you can honestly asy that
you did not receive any benefit
from It after using the entire bot-
tle, the druggist will refund your
money to you without question or
delay.


We will then pay the druggist
the price of the first bottle pur-
chased by you.
If you knew as well as we
do how good a pre nation Kodol
is, It would bsunneasary forus to
guarantee a single bots.
But to let you know bow good
It, as well we know, we w
practically purehas the Afrst bottle
for you.

We know there ane thea
o Thf e wh.o "t

w ith KoloL
1W b swhY.


Winter Tans

Want something
"indioidud" do yoa?

h See the New Ascot--a
Tan Winnipeg Calf
Blucher golf strap -
perforations, collar and
heavy sole, rope stitched
and all the "fixings."


Stylish-extremely


Description
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Meettai of Ithe Tallahassee Maseld
Club.
The Tallahassee Musieal Club m-t
Tuesday evening at the residence aof
Mrs. A. L. Randolph. It Is here, aa
that next week's meeting will be bell,
sines the committee appointed by tha
Club to secure a public and permanent
hall was unable to make any definit
report.
After a few moments spent in the
transaction of business, Miss Sarah
Cline, the musical director of the claub
took the members in hand and began
training for chorus work. The mam.
bears are all delighted with Miss Cline's
methods, and consider themselves meet
fortunate in having secured her for their
director. -
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills anr
just what you need and what ye
should get right away for pain In the
back, backache, rheumatic palns, and
all urinary and bladder troubles. Thow
sands of people suffer from Kidney aMd
Bladder trouble and do not know It.
They think It Is a cold or a strala.
Don't take any canoes. Get DeWitt'a
Kidney and Bladder Pills. They ar
antiseptic and promptly soothe the
pain. Don't fall to Inslast upon Do-
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. We
sell them. Sold by Tallahassee Drug
Co. *
D. R. Cox mode of advertising' a am
changed in th isme. You wlreed at
his UnI of business in a half-page ad
aain m his own potion with Mr. J.D.
Cay on ttm outsd page.
The Little Honse made stye of ad
vertaement of Mr. P. W. WUio. 7
will note, do not go a this new r
but in it ead you will notice ad
page setting forth IndneMsnats for ye
to all at his handsome store to com6n1
him relative to purchases.


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Furthermore, we know
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faith in the preparation wi b-
equal to ours.
This proposition we mak Is
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byth .knowledge h the tha
Kodol by you will benfit you a
well as ourpalves.
How could we sford to manl
such aa oter to the public.
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you about It unlss we polt
knew and were sre of tese
of KodoL
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The biggest line of F rniture

the veryo "owest" ..

Times are hard. We ha4 made prices to lt
the hard times.. .-

Money is scares. A little bit of it goes a long way.

Bring the cash and see how cheap good Furni-
ture really is.

We are havidtg a run just now on-floor cover-
ings. Get our prices before you buy.


D. R. COX FURNITURE COMPANY.









Bobay Vapor, and What it DM X-Rays Are Not Needed.
Cleans, lays dust, destroys mosquitoes, roachO ad all
sects. Prevents fevers and contagious disease. A pwfect
disinfectant and deodorizer. Positively harmle. Non- It is extremely asperatiag to xperiemnt with
explosive. Manufactured by BOMBAY VAPOR COMPANY, xpeasive articles and oet spelecs satisfaction.
408 W. Forsyth street, Jacksonville, Florida. You coot te with -ry
,y nt X^,,m u c as osas, moths, d dBombsy Vpor for horses and ct you must use them or tract an xpr esion
4^VS, l ,lrnd oo-expwe. cow,. ,,i,-U onot r s M ,, far some one stant who has Xpended some tIm
Boba Vapor a perfect dust lay- will stand and drive without trettina their tended use. That tra quality sts .
<, tCT ,tnw* w a bath in heir xtcnded usw. That extra qVaoity xbta t
oors, stores, e., hoTls, public build- Bombay Vapor disineets de dories,
Vb hospitals, hurche, steamships. eleans, ibe any and ewe thing our Buggles we know from customers in xisiteace
kinds of noo. other known fluid. who xtol them to an extreme xtent. No further
Bombay Vapor eleans furniture of all Bombay Vapor, rceoiumendad by hun-
^. kinds, polled marble or tiles, painted dreds who have used it and are ready to- explanation need be acted or expected, therefore .
. wall, show eases, buggies, automo- testify to its merits.
., tpite, leather cha Doetors, druggists, lawyers, stof- xer~se good judgment and buy one of our xtra
parentss tick in, carpets n keepera, hotels, manufacturers, very
w ndmen, dirnymem andmany otheresm lead cellent Buggies, Surries, Road Carts, Rums- 'A,
dow, woodwork and mirrors. reCommAn Bombay Vapor. be C e Wie, O br
.u an^ d'Si ,rr ^ J J. D. CAY. A.4lt. bouts, or Farm Waoag, and be xtremely hIppy, .^ ^B


ai slaks, Closets; psatrie and damp, Tmilahses, li |
dr Read what Mr. H. H. Richardson, the secretary of the
Jacksonville Board of Trade says: Our Fall Stock is now Coming In.
Jacksomville. Fla., July 24 1908. -
BOMBAY VAPOR CO., 408 W. Forsyth St., City.
SGentlemen: Ibeg to advise that I have used the Vapor
which manufacture and fiad it to beone adtheint A
things I"lav ever ased for lhint fauraiture, floes. etc. AY
It also acts asa splediasecticide ad the odr is not **
at all offensive. I have also found it useful for spraying lnto
chicken oueses ad on live stock to keep the flime away I
pedt it will mavea bigMsale thiscity. ,.., Alab S Fla. -
Very truly, B. tI. MC.ARDSN.4


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