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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: July 30, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00232
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ilM i ISPlabwCP OWqfI" B Justice to All*Special Privilege to None.


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s that tho

taif a ndwer
te mb Deamoart near
Ibne& eMa uprottef
t party, It wlealt bees
~'.v e the party credit f6r
S platform of l
--m -at tey hfput to Wforn
a"d pe 'by th
l prty has geae




,.r.geto al.l. ad spec
pItta w to 'sern sad fa-
l* 0en Na

phforI of the
Wa d fsu sld t o rel*-
pasparty has amway



Sot er0m0e It weil
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slalwyq try to modqF7


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m


tik ala fter other ypLic ws c
kew he preferred to reasi in ths
We fetI smwadobf ofe.
p thim baftterIg aoter ysar wheno





arootomed a ioue tho au the mat ver
oA r ofty oa o wiholn d




fthe platas aoeeht ato i test
wlew e Hrtod sef to remaeon i ae

aeemedaM aetabseut t o a reptt s d tm


beoa ela e asci tte ead e



salay tse1 ined0 hye ar.
tIn him back after another ye ar wIe
we lomed a mthonth a oe that everal
ver n offee were m to hime him.o
"Act thr usaty botrd willingly ade
anced hiesl wary to the tmoht limit


-But the JkyabovMle -bool board
*ed anxious tosecure him and p mver
Iwo a ploe wae created and be was
tendorod the poantie of superistnodset
of the public ;ila ofthateiq at a



salary of 1&h400 a year.r
Prof.t e Odmway, for certain neas
Oichome O ane oto him, wmmid note
proltastei sthens ne waea m t. V



unrtdow d Orangs eemty ITSae



rif toa Ind Rat. Hh~*y' Irw


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sw- to


6 o f MO Wod~~w A sLIgts PkM

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thmth I~s -- rerealngm-
Dme ue38 ntams. tao t t w.55
adobe fthe syduuto Kjst

r dusis Ad the tet"Bmobprf

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c1M ease bmine


emf otW -l -pTpmehdro,
InhampeN t to to te M later_



e Ln -e- re.I
w wM bells M heM t mph. MNo.,
Aquut M4& T aseete were alsoe
mied to the pM-OtWe ad speretaries
: te&& valot7ee2W This method Is
om msted natl semig there e.
ports at the6 pemim he orgailsn-
The rem B of Ow preusMe-t, James
Mk. Ly tm a a wtereWld
mbster 601e t bappon*fgs
of te ,.ew, ,aMo various recom.-
Uider tfhe mabf summer
of eAms w a@bows that







Mt6l w*onissued
stetbes esad el et al
Sa is k that i
beMn deaUe in t ity e
hewrts It ha












f e tae nt er of dthe r artlml
Is aMubeas ort
















pes si ivein Thes f m vepsl-
Nio Utes, will be a matter of












gret seouomy n the admeiatratlR of







el temuae funds.'
T.beu etncl eapreeses tself In favor
of fiat bual benfit of i$1M 0ra meat
tro aw radierul bheflti tb rt Us froms



pO toMI0 st member, ow scoriie g to
Sqther) of members ip ibt r at,

however, a, that llr ,h m e Ies t .to





tam the seNtin t of the nembesthip
%I to the ime"uce or motuary bens-


S. aId that thw can be readily s tomny
plished o the ballot on whih the laws
Se* td by the nvenithm wWo be ub-
uLaed to- the re feetum vroe.
Tn reprt of the secretary. tresrner,
J. W. Hays, goes fneo much detail cen-
ermlng tht edsutionsa of tn T a
ties, Staenh d to members adaUmaw o






it stOwMs that the total peidittireso
the uear ending May 1. 1i00 ,
me 1 ,A 1.7, alnd thatft $1a.Ima of
9USIN4 was l eft n tibewell teo .w









in Is the number f of th r
sti by toM Tnd will ba a mer sof
,; a fade e uNet lon of the$1.0 faor






it~*at etot tl a e
m l tb er 0 t me abemrs Is pr
d g the as year owar 44,361,


a" i T a UnIL wasg

sameter Iamihmls l s e lg ie g glgg
-Tlo lates a telhBa O.* I
*now" VA Ims. *f-n


Theeslt eatSo e lmaems, OfG., ErtwlT
FIte PFeTs Wotaa the Ielb : New w
As OeWNa al tmeef* bo the ihsi easo
new iead eterpis was belm n the with a to
Beard of Trade m yesterday vea- expraesm
ing. The meeig was largely atted others of
aOd wa very eathuastiB. pert of
A tmpers arymm atle wa per. reads. 1
teted by 0 Mo r. B. J. You,& draw Na
pmvldMt; Mr.W NW. JWalr ovigew y pan
premdWeat r. T. Tillman, s.e- yk
rotary ad treasure. rt f
Smoe them three oeer were
iratetad to selet a board oirectom New a
wheh later will beo mittl to the S .
stoekhiers for ratifeatlm sad sae. a
The am of $.00 ha already btea see wi
sabserlbs. although el Uttle atve oadi
work haa bhm due yet The emmits mat. %
too. however, h me with warm ea- s j te
lolagemimt, md it tis la a a tir
tw edi ebt r ht sa t -u ame atp
requlreidtoaUdM The Tailka s

,ift rtA a
Wit *hoa- a MMheafm-a sS ete 0
-ih _tth hm ml t



W.eC. 'the i.t pa
Shew mOW pat

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JUN aD=l 0athe mC th -.
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msAbinues, o alme so meilwqr.o


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bome~ they may *till be counted as paid
up manbers teau their does were
paid in Jane.
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We have pined neh a glorious vie-
tory in one direcon thi year now let
memberh'p In our State thia year. I
Syeoue to help me to bi abeo to report


to the Natonal C venation the slarew t
ain in membershiec this year that our
State ha ever had mud you can blot do

mm san throur Stat th u o we may
to thve nioe umal C invent in the fargll.


tatGod ave r had artd you can Not-do
thisr, 1910. Yousending all the State dueou
ran possibly collect now. thnelU J. Doi.



INSP5CTIb1490so WSADS

Dr. Ansley Is Loe"tng eMe Decater
Vad Theoms Coey 4 hways
T"id WeeSL
To inspect the good roads of South
Georgia. Dr. Charla M. Ausey, tchar.
man of the good rods eommitte e f the
Chamber of Cemma res, Io eof ts week
tor Deesatr sad Thevme sales. Dr.
Assley nH eto goe ver -the oah.
wat eh the epstism ad gather m
mee latfermetie asm posemble emesem-
l rosd Meswram ile wit the seAl e
those two esstla wh b pmtle lyi
tw @am as thatt Lo Les w a.
a tk:WMo k AuDr. Aue
theta SOPIa


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wi~n 3SMI mXAT OIG

SNO wSssswam OWUmMNA a. IUI 0a
0 Past omm at IVMO=law
Agd sm D wM o m 1 1ALf

"No*" "Dff Tawin ""SNomA S

~~UAUin.5Us Vw doh AdWmft

oweTV" obmww sam b 0. ftfi
of lawCWOWi.


idS "ato nw paP-W e ara


A k er e b er.




d word fos our town.
mbre26atsereon of tha tariff "down.







r"wnP a ~oato Joke.
A you doing wheat you eona-
A kisockeris a blocker.


Itnever the wront ime to speak aof
'1U regulation of the tarif "down-
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lakes of good families will be In
dind to locate i Leom county this fail
ad winter.
ettle up the esoutry with tao doir.
able mall farmers before our lami ar
Sbeought by hIe milllonaire and con-
Warted fit Roam preserves.
Neow It s Vermont that objeotd tothe
Suang fam imet rgim t f nefro troops.
S enam mud mIoom' oaie 1 bw t robbd
et faster than the cotor l 1ha.1
S Ad ow Talahbamee Is talking of
S egt a bother railroad. And Talls-
, baM will get It If Its Chambeor of
0e mri0 e kVpa up the lively pae it
Osngr esman Sparkman, of the Tam.I
p dftriet, will apeen the remainder of
summer traveling In the Old World
a a member of the National Waterways
Ameelation.
Congress has provided the money for
President Taft's traveling, but with.
Shold the opportunity Most of us have
the opportunity but lack the money,
;A s d so things are evened up.
S very merchant in St. Petersburg haa
ealsted la a big voting contest to n.
I m summer trade. We thought Ott.
Itbrag such a live town that no
a aibvigorating methods wer needed.
"b Palatka meeHerald suggests
SItf Cleade L'nale hopes toeeaptre
o 'mwool.at vote." hb ha better

d imake hi sampalga via theox-seartt

lm Dui ebr, I. 3 4 2oteferoy
SalbeM i et Ieats e Maisse.
a e itele the ity osemtis. hbe"
.JM d Nlt, t d th seem

id ithe psmh w et deA .



O1 d Fem adi m P1 b .
so- t he to i lesl dio m u

B be delh thed. u



oftMe t hea nst eM u.
~obs home na tis nB lW a
I. Ea mk gresteru amm
vdbe e ahg hslndwesahipd







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M .L UYUT.
The 2w oem wt prints eblewre
ate $mmy et e f a dit ewu pm of
the butmees of the City Water Nd
Ught Prilt. for the Ast pawerd of
mouths Sderthe diretloM of thef 3
of Managers, abowlag a prod o
$6,M7.10.
As this method of eoddedig the g-
n ial staire of a city Is bhaoai
quke poplar, we reprodee the foelw-
e editorial as the O bject from the
Tampa TrlbuMe:
erAUIrroWM' NW IDS&
Staeto, V., which haea goe 'the
sosfaemin a aI "ouae better" by pi-
leg O entire M.melpal govaernssmet is
th head of oe mena-a generall man-
ager"-i attracting mech attetiao
from students of city potleas. It apm
pers that Ststos is tbormhy
pleased with its experiment amd rem
portsa that aome from there mdiats
that the plan is a msccems.


An exchange comments extensively
on the Staunton plan, pointing at
that at a joint meeting of the Sta8en
too Cownells the other day, Charles E.
Ashburner was re-eleeted general
manager of Stauntoo for another year.
with only one adverse vote. At the
same time his 'powers, restricted while
the office was regarded as tentative
and experimental, have been consider-
ably increased. All the city depart.
ments, including lights, streets, water
and public institutions and the like,
have been brought under his control.
The former superlntex.dents of these
departments, it seems, are now to rank
as hi assistantt. Full power to "hire
and fre" have become his, and he is
fairly in position to run the city of
Staunton as though it were some great
business corporation of which he was
the executive head. This is pretty
good evidence that Mr. Ashburner per-
sonally, anad the unique system under
which he is allowed to work with o"me
thin like a free hand, have both made
good.
The throwing out of cumbersome sad
archaic systems and the coneeptratlom
of power In a few responsible hands is
unmistakbly the trend of city govern.
moat today. In this movement Hitus.
too has had the courage to go further
then any city of which we have knowl-
edge. The apparently complete sue-
sas of ita experiment, while It does
not mean that larger itles would fare
as well under It, certainly strengthens
the argument for a more compact
scheme and more business-like methods
In city government. It once more
throws the old-fashioned bl-cameral
city council, with Its unpaid member
and its monthly or semi-monthly meet-
Inga, into disadvantageously relief.
Manager Ashburner is doubtless of a
type by no means rare in any American
city. We assume that he ie an able
business man, wide awake, thoroughly
honest, progressive and capable. We
assume further that he is satisfied to
bold his position-which '#:,olve ad.
ministrative opportunities of a rarely
attractive sort-and that he fully un-
derstands that the way to hold it is to
give Btaunton a better government
that he ever had before. As to his
large powers, we cofess that they do
not lapress s as meoeaag la the least.
We pereave little or no lkelihood that
he will attempt to put the eity in hie
pocket d nrm away with It. Come
tra"e of reso ws" sl arm ema of
ow rimds largb y esosee is Ise vL
They Whtk, wrealy as It esinu to ,
hat sah ae ariagemest invelvso

ammmlbm wem ime toi ms.



pme asmiamhave W" eah, rm
weu ads, d who thhey ame

g hr lsadess inV eraed, It doset a
ame thstteihve meuk spe br1

A Pew YeT womse Wdemd a set e9
C D ishean weeks at thS gese of

h b the *wbeeb were dew whN


Inmates rIsaew i th Iaete mt sms


t tshaelks. gsesddeaghtere am Swa




em9 **I *9u


IWb imi -po "s.VW*







t ai rLry.to Ta l IImm. aah
So o the u tMe lea M e
sub A T2Wbmweses Isi.be a bM
Qini Go.,. to T a-ee- 1

the M of a th.eTad
dehe besh etlMeing.


lami W, W a Catthaaub bIt
"0 bW M of dthe twnrtr llthed
mad deb Baptsetehureh.


kusedof.
Th" MIM, of tha q a rter s mlm
sdelhr tawit hotel.do
STh pavie of thea prinepa side alk a

The baiding of tha twenty-Ave the.-
saad deaw Christian SCieee ehure.
The operation of a canunig feetoery.
The' buildin of good reads al oer
the esma tr of Leon.
The balding of the new doraitory
Sat atm laundry at the State ollete
for Woem for one hundred thousand
dollars.
In fact, it now looks as if the uili
dollar urti will be reached faor improve
most. in 1910. Who said that Tafabsa-
see waa t alive? All we oeed is allt-
tie more inger in ourselves and ore
eodda in our town, and a little or e
of this thing they call pulling torether.
The Cbhamber of Commerce Is doing
fad wek through their different eom-
mftbees. Let us not forget the slogan.
ALL TOGETHER FOR TALLAHAS-
SI Et idmeet at the City Hall the
Got arnb might in August.
A = T NTTO ILCEST
Tampa Tribane. j
The easellent impression made by
oen, r Gilchrist in hise Fourth of July
addrm at Tammany Hall haia morethea
easwoed the igh tgheion dteetmnlmed
ot the pent Chief Executive of Fwor
Ieda by thmreat majority of the people
ofthe lftte. Som of Mhiao more devo-
ted admirer are outfpoken is predict-


lng muc greater things tham eves the
gubernatorial chair for General GOidhrist
in the future. The following is a sam-
ple of the many good thin that are
being said about the Governor's New
York speech:
Wkilter Tribune:-The able address of
Governor Gilebrist before Tammany m
New York on the occasion of ita Fourth
of July celebration places him In the
center of the national stage and brings
him forward as a vice presidential poe-
sibility. The Associated Press thought
enough of the addrem to give it three
columns in the despatches. That takes
it nto the uttermost parts of the earth
and Governor Gilehrist's name and ad-
dress is known and read of all men. He
made a splendid impression on the Tan-
many bravee. It does appear that De-
mocracy cannot wim without New York.
Tammany eastrIot Now York. A South-
em vice proeldenthil candidate will ar-
ry the solid Sleth over everything. and
there you have the situation. Would
Not Florida feel perod to have a vice
president to her dItt Victory s am-*
lng down the read for Demoersey aet
tim, for bath st MMr. Taft bemeIf
sait? Wrilte "GoUshithrT viep
Met" is b memsY, Nd mA*en
Sees J. N. J.
^*ado u, ii imee B* m
Orharo, FI

beams to be eekemed within the

MtMen. ,Be ia met S Oeem d har
aster an, sto aerbeIbleaanaOP

he the hIIg asw The predsles
49 Oar Oria MidO may be u6u18A-





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-0 -m t aw tbe d a



1 e ftern h Aintka ahwe l eit ae
as 74" ee 60 tl kat0 e sew.

and eoey soBems paes tis aod la iabe

Tast def T ae polity. Thas oed th
tu way IN V askso all ps rie am be

I ole s e ma t he to the eople,
Thae was min.Sa ey wie, sin" a
-id able elseent have aoexpd ei a
ide e to havet the qaeleso ettled il
thi pway.
The True Democrat i Iniformed that
oa effort will ae made at the Aus st
sesmes of th tos body to ave the re-
saad thr former action, some opposi-
tion to the movement having devel-

It is the right of alU people to petiti on
their public oeiiats ascaliat borden.
This all will concede. Buat it is jt as
mIt the right of aom people to peti-
tim against the ev of bad roads as It
If the rht of others to petition against
the latginary evil of big taeztimo.
It is not always possible for the com-
miseiosmes to determine the wishes of
the people, ,mese their wishem are ex-
pressed at the ballot box. One elment
has pedomed this honorable body for
a dleetion e this question. Another
element nmay advise aain It Tee
is so way of et mia which I the
eatri er. How ea thw e owOmOaleders
aa the two fetia other than by
permtting them to test thder strength
atthe baet beox If their people oomld
vote apat the bond proposition then
all would asoept IV as floL If they
abould vote for it, means could be pro-
vided for securmn the needed money for
the haproveiets that would satisfy
almost every objector. But the merits
and demrits of the proposition is not
yet before the people. Those would all
be gone ove during the progress of the
campaign.
Let the commissioners call the election
and leave the decision of it with the
people, where it rightly belongs.
WILL W9 PATV OUR STRUTS?
While The True Democrat has been
advoeating good country roads, some
country friends have boee twittinga a
on the disreputable appearance of our
streets, nad telling uas to get Tallabsha-
seelashape Art. Webelievethat fthe
soaunrypeople will favor and vote forbet-
ter highways ,a the rural ditoriets that
sites of Tallahasseee will do their full
duty with the streets. A Mntlema
eoaeversi with the ditr this week ua
the object of ereasoted piue boeka, ex-
presaled the opWials that they M hi be
aafactured aMnd played in peotieos n
th streets for 9100 per thous.4 or

If dthie wastr eTaUlshembeaes pavs
Mares, Adams, Pak Avemos, aes.


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ciati we n el s amd taMt naseN

MAIds, mT pt uan mt

J8ip~eea ,u em ba


m*Ub ta bes h w tad is. es

opw g-soob ef


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In
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Cteau or TaMahas ee
*i Tuesday I Seed
Te -MMaaor ou" shads. o

the Tatlahasos Shb-e 8 I
,W for th -mowll taoi as

Thed to the d of Trasteds

#The pis reIof* thi S fi







eura of 11,000 hat ean be
GUAd h a ato oil p .
tha that eist by the sTh Tos

moe progre pme orti on d a
miutywhwish to asthwo
tio Capital City bo.sd i abs
waited to their asmbr od sreede d
Thare kI already Ine thsa
me of $11,000 that can he
forthlaporpoesada yesaw
mill will bring In
maorea. Th e friars of M
hope to se atope takes
wards the ureteset of a s
the obldUf of all tb e
housd under one roof.
TU STATE LAWL. L
With this e a of The Tru D
crt la bin mailed a copy ofth
enacted at the last eloe of t
ilatur. If any registered
eonty a oud fail to receive a
him notify us at o ne Na n e
mailed hib. These laws ShoSdI
away for fMture refers...
A KmangustUe. TbemW ua
Opf afewdayse o eea isbb
Ita s it soe fro Tbe sTuM
in which rofereuse was m Mod
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I I tagisthiUs city. The



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