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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Sident; Heonry T. 8trehl, vet;
Andrew W. Acre, secrete and tres-
urer.
A DeSoto Sanitarium, Jacksonville, cap'
tal stock $280,000 to e~et and maintam .
a private; ta ffor the receptlon, care
and medical and surgical tretm t of At
mma rh, etc. .aO8f: Dr. bo
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machinery, supplies. ete.
u Dennie, praet- EL. L to
vice president; J. E. Webstr, ne,
and treasurer.
Glendale Development Compa q,
dale Walton coun; capital stk,
000 ; to buy and s' ea l t Tt
merchandise fertiliser, live s
and engage in turpentineI f
corporators; A. I. Beach, W. L
thon and D. E. Murphy.. -eam
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUrIW I lW s
Commissioner MeLin, who. to
terms of the Constitution, hc
the Bureau of Imm taton a
ly published, i t! req!! b W, a
complete and _
of the State for Ars i
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Is spboDWIs mdla s the mtepl sat th ssom
7WOsN a UK wMb have MApeWed Bm to -- in t
When, with haitha seriybu hpasire
subtu som tipAr Year. Adaime. by continuous and devoted attention i
rA4viwUum e- AsiAw i the Itersto of the old Tallhoea
he sold the outlt ad gd will ed th
TallaU M, PMeat Mar 5, W. ~mu stbi to hia old friend d a
worker, Mr. John C. Trio, it wa M
It is now said that Mrs. "hadwic his Istention to return to the newnpiap
salted away something like a mU i am protfeuon. Having later substantdl
cold cash, besides about $1,00 in Jew- regained his health and made ao oin
el, as a part of her "net earoigs" In peted but satisfactory disposition 6
the several transactions in which she other interests which had engaged h
has recently been engaged. Thus is in- attention, he dealded to employ his tim
dustry rewarded, and part of his means in building up
Thomau Jefferson advocated the "re- Job printing business in Tallahasse
rtionof monopolies" (letter to Mad- where Art-clae, reasonable-priced JoI
S1787), but never the public owner- work had become a great public noe
ip of public utilities, notwithstanding lty. His exceedingly gratifying sue
ssertions to that effect of some c n this direction encouraged him t
S mke loud claims as ardent follow- the bee that he had been especiaU
of the great apostle of thue Dmoc. fortunate In retaining the confldene
and patronage of his old friends sa
rst issue of The True DemuCrt neighbors, and when the recent tra
preseted as the fruit of much ,or, fro( the Tllahasran plant and bud
greatest difmculties. It is up n occurred, resulting in the ekttI
our own ideal, but a we get aff guishment of that newspaper (upon th
ord w orkanieda, and Into a largr upbulldlng of which he had spent sam
lding, we will do better, make t of the best years of a very busy life)
per larger, and we hope still better he received so many voluntary asur
S ancs of support If he would begin the
SMr. Bryan and the Democratic party publication of another to take Its plar
earr "together'ttday than they that he soon determined todoso. Hav
ever been before. Both have had Ing ordered the neceuary material, con
and opportunity and incentive to traced for a large power press to bi
rn n ny things and to learn oth delivered at an early day, and arrange
about each other. What is to pro- for the construction of a new building
t a final consummation of harmoni- In an eligible location, especially adapted
relations between them before the to the iequirements of the business, i
t Presidential contest? was decided not to await the consume
mendous calculations are being in- matlon of all of these plans, but to com
dtled in by the bibulously Inclined who mence the publication Immediately, us
pect to be present at the State capi- ing a "patent Inside" temporarily, and
I during the coming session of the a large Job press for the printing of i
*Legislature upon the ease and facility portion of each issue.
with which the supposedly popular de- The publisher respectfully refers to
asdu for strong drink will be met and the prospectus of the new paper, issued
atlisaed by the inevitable "blind ti- some weeks ago and now reproduced
gas." In this they may be.reckoning elsewhere in this first issue, as fanmdi
.Without regard to the enthusiasm of the cation of what he hopes h [rui Dem
r l"e- and the clergy, by whose efforts ocrat HiMb qN ~diy become jrtgj
th e was carried for the d ai E th1me w aJlwr swaddr ae w
,or to thetlah and I hdinve in
ormane of resi.ne of the
o E D law-,y and Its vicinity, that no ef-
,; aumhunmlcalD 'l fort will e pared upon his part to sup-
pTyth~l A s.'ho mrayfavoeLmaith their
iet haaassuredR.eupp ot with an entirely satisfactory
Capell, o ansas that wky newspaper. He sks, in return,
Sof his a strat t thor who desire such a publication
itb used in the inve. 'will promptly send him their orders for
undertaking, through te ubscriptions and advertising, as well
S Corpor aton, Into the affairs for first-class job work of every de-
de Standard Oil Company, to thec n.
that the small producer, dealer n order to perfect present plans for
umer slkpahall.have fair treat the publication of thp paper, volunteer
ment, and that at the same time no l~ h
menjust ae hatt dn the standamim Oil contributions upon any local or State
justice hall be done the BtAnrd t topic of public intereshare cordially in-
Company or any other concern. vited; a local cortespondent will be
is certainly the right spirit in whic needed In every town and village, espe-
h investigations should c throughout Leon county;local
-the judicial spirit. If the Stnda d iy throughout eon county; local
-th Judicial prit I enews notes and matters of personal In-
O.Company, In Kana or elsewhere tmeret will be particularly welcome, and
has wilfully violated any law, it sho ld l ral terk' will be proposed for all of
pondue proof, receive just punishma t to every one who express a de-
a In the case of any natural pers to se to aid In the chief purpose of the
the end that It may be tra d free enterprio whch i, that Tallahaiee
future violation; oand t It he and L ty shall not want for a
ached upon or disregarded therights good, lie, Uthor yhly Democratic home
dt others, the fact should be seertaled paper, conducted for and by home peo-
and made known, that due reparatin p
ay be made. If it s innocent It should INP' DICWI3ON.
welcome and facilitate such nvetiga- Judge Malone, of this circuit, has just
tin,'and thus secure its vindiation, rendered a decision in a chancery case,
President Eliot, of Harvard Collage, for 61Junetlot, that may have a strong
eltes the example of Bermuda, whero bear p the status of legislativ
Stores aa large preponderance of blacks, lad atsrao Ilroads. In effect, the
Suffatrae s based upon edueotional d s talb the pleas of the re
a-d poperty qualificatons, where the epondente- e Ba of trustee of
7 white minority rtles and whom the pub- the 1. I Ad-holds that the legislative
Be Mshools are maintained by taxation, gramt of swamp and overflowed IndM
[ but attended only by negroam ..white ly bey the six-mile limit of the
kh lren being educated at private meat; gi e's line of railroad were made
he deduces from these conditikms st to the terms of the trus -
i omwhat extraordinary aert t d the act of the is re
fat "*t the Southemrn people would at. emreat the Board d giving it control
-ekI tih whole question in a like sane trust of the lands I question; and
S InltolNmt fashloa"-and "meuter hnle a gran ts except thoae within
SJmgs-and justice to do as the the stattory Hmlit Lit be regakd as
Bernmudan have done," they w I not asholute, but dependent upon the
"wi oat the whole negro queton." Asal eseutlS of the trust
Thanks Mr. Eliotl The people of Flor. It is a that in a m t similar
Ida have already done this. With the se, in tih thti etrlat, Jidge Palmwr


Australian bal t, ree schools-in sep. recently ivn dei w t t
arat sahool-houser- for both races, pposit of Judle Malone's; but us
talntaeld by I taton, the ki w FW the mejs rt declk
dioarm ea farvoarb with for sa amendment
Ise in ~d ai negroe do t bll, ld as qpsb willM pIobay
as th~4 entire swe be take lah bet aO to to higher
-Ibt i ttwen this td qle Is quHit
_ramc ttZkdo Eto be L o bo ated adl Wpasd
Ehi kind h lisilp gos Wto trav upon before It la 4 6 aa ted.


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d |MIn',to 41144401i|an NO
w ton in mery prase l mrii 28, 190,
b Weaew ra tha ia tes eWvery- ln. with y requet I
- pr that is pMbblshd h this wg m AuB this plaee
. Sw the bei The Democrat.
S Ir pr.~tr of evry co..vabl o tlat you
t. eSteprise, pub or private, undertkm, bklhc t puibcation.
Sa their Art step toward succesM, tlh do*n f a lon felt
o toa of p'ntereeti"the prws in other i" i i e the lss
n, repotiv project, with the sole w pu i t duration.
it pos of at er e from the newspaper hem who
o- the largesquq of "publicity" thl few weeks
t theyca preorW-fornothing. Andthe o t. We J
Scomplacent 'beraMlty" of the aver go seed iot dipar-
Snewspaper man, when requestedto co. a i the field for
Tribute of h mea-space m his cel- do T ahas-
f umna ad expeame Inurrd In mecha.a* it does not
I ical pnpr-tion, which constitute his ," A thare be two?
Sasole stock in trade-is responsible, very town for two. In
Slargy for thi growmg habit. Theuni.l e two business than
e- fo frel Oe. WI tiel n ha W the friends
S ma real vice, a is demn- h on It, whereas,
,b tel by the that the ma with on n tM friends be-
- reat natig and intmenati flex- who feel they
spfttons, with preaticy haunlmi ed station be-
S St ta drposal for y other Some wo m
F lgitimate ad Mncessary expM of t d a have set a hard
r piotlon, e t as one of their ehief tk or r sf of kepin the
S ts the certainty of securing all of p a u the its name indi.
d the dvertiing their enterprise requires cats-- Truo t. It is a hug~
without the xpnditure of a dlar undertak to a pe that shall
And the sau true of every minor con" stric ly p to t motto, but I
" sohee of like kind, however meritori. trut that you Will ter it, and be.
* o, as every newspaper man cn t lieve the new r has large constit-
Stif ueney of well- er
S h popular theory that from sheer Te hunting 3m e, which is
patr ot in the interest of the public, about to oe, hnot en a good a
S Wevery paper should contribute-far in years p"at. w other has not
I-* d the bound of the most lavish been favorable I L I has been the
e iddUl0 generosity-to the promotion severet winter rni fr many years
e of evay project which has for its os if, ended, not veret ever known.
tenible iPrpse the public benefit, as It has been balm fne, however, as
* distin d from individual advantage compared with er sister State-
- or proft, h e acquired enormously undue Georgia--nd n 1l than ever
a growth in the public mind, and it would, before have made ir winter
seem that the time has arrived for home. Mr. Willard noted
newspaper men to make an effort in the playwright of Phi with
* direction of a correction of this grave his wife and two cl e been
I abuse of their well-known liberality, here sinee the first anuar,
t which hak become not only expensive, land will be here o Te
but unjust. day following their Mr.
., C. H. Johneon and t, of At-
. As soon&s can be made convenient lanta, who are still week
the publisher of The True Democrat will later M. Johnsonby her
i become a member of the Florida Pressa mother, Mr. Tgnpings
Ausaoiatio.Ind hopes to be able to at-i G. and about ten
tend the ,,,an,. llw)l t 1k4"JCity, the Spencen wereon
March 22. In another column win b M. egar, of
o found the offcalprogram, giving abund- brought t. Th
d ant p romie of an instructive d d
Ian uacA j-. tp.Saens is the moat successful
- The W pa ,ents pre- M ter e et t ra to
.... 6_0weM"Pcpondintspre- Fiori W a W "W 1e1o a ma kills
SwiManpht acquittalof Judge three or o wild geee in a shooting
8waps, and the Republican Senate season he thinks he hadone remarka-
,promptly adopted Judge Pardee's view bly well. Mr. Spencer, notwithstand-
of the matter anprod ethe necessary ing the weather has been exceptionally
coat of whitewash in order that no Re- unfavorable, has killed adozen or fifteen
publican may be hurt. But don't you already. Aid he keeps ducks in the
pty the lhwyerrand lttgOhts in Judge house all the time.
wayne's court when he resumes s Mr. Emrfttt Mitchell of Thomasville i
place and hts rehanceto make things who is here with his wife for the second
warm for those who have been con- time since the hunting season opened,
cemrned in the effort to get rid of him? went out yesterday afternoon and kied
The recent horrible assassination of two v le l He had nomth
S n r but man ahot (No. 4) or there miht
the Russian Grand Duke Sergius, the have been a very different story to tl!,
uncle and chief adviser of the Czar, was as he says the geese came right up
but another demonstration of the fact within fifty yards of his blind.
that absolute monarchy as a method of As a fshjng place Panacea has ot
government is doomed. Rusia and Tur- sustained it reputation very well in l"te
ey alone remain of the great powers year until the past week. The wri
of Europe adherents of that almost ab- recalls going out to Otter Lake seen
solute form of government, and the very years ago and catching 67 speckled perch
atmosphere of that much-governed con- and two large trout in one afternoon, i
tinent indicates the changeswhich must and he met J. Emmett McGriff at he
come for the universal freedom of the train in Tallahassee last Wedned,
white races of all lands. the 22d, and Mr. McGriff declared t
A curious phase of Pensacola journal- at Otter Creek Rise-three miles fr
here-where he was fishing the day
ism w.s presented during the Swayne fore for sheephead ctully had
impeachment trial, when a reporter of get behind a stump to bait his hook. s
the Daily News of that city tetiled proof of this he aid he caught 47 ae
that he had submitted amildccount" fellows in an incredibly shorttime, whln
of the contempt proceeding against his fddlers (bait) aveut and the ffh
certain parties in Judge 8wayne's court would pay no more attention to him r
to th e e himself. who therm u .- ed-. t t.
i9iJ the same for publication. This stump.
n entirely new departure in modern But tht self-same -the 6d--thi
newspaper management, and sugrennts day on which no oe is permitted to tel
the poaiblitie aof I coosohip which, a yarn-not even a fsh story-except
if generally permitted, might eo true one, because of the great admr
at least embarruasin. Upon be ni tion we all have for the Father of hi
k lasted wy h mad hs n ata.Um t Country," Captain .J, Fenn made
eked why he made h statement of nen r FeN
factq, eompridng pubHclrc din in new rord for Panacea fishing. N
an open crt, of a "mld" c ct previous preparations had been made.
the inenuous reporter Inocentl re got hi bait in the morning and I
pied thathe was afaidf hV lotft the aftrnoon walked out to the flhin
wro'g" that the jmlge might haw him plMae-Otte Creek Rise-nd by seven
up before the court fi oenr e o lo0ck had walked bac to the hotel
words to that sffect-w- k was e with 100 of the finest sh1phead ever
tatnh a statement rather aing to see in one catch. There were four
the udge. riang, strung on fishingpo and nhang-
The luao iN to the ground with tmipoe on two
The wires annoue W. H. New- ta men's shoulder. Captain J
man, just elected president of the Van- Hewtt, one of Pancca's guides,
derblt railroad system, will receive a with him. 4
alary of y, a yr-- a Only a few days before that Mr. h
month Wi a weeek day- C. JOs and wife, of Atlanta, went| I
for his sris. Geror La poatte th uame place and did nearly as w
of Wireri Rays that the ete Gs ind a few hours, until the
of one r sin that tate iet i t a ad come back with 87. I
wes esivalent to er eat m a al i. seen that neither of these cat a


stieo of $1O 0.ad yet, wihe its wer me s acedents but such c e
retv y WInsoslW n was asses-ed at mbe mde sAu day when condi -
500, fer taxatlon, the cOpay mre fa voa u rs. Jo i
protetd that Itwa too hghbl Tht s tl t thih could have
aa in qf other in the a may o.if A t had lasted
eam1Btate amounted to p cent oa d fe lndto h I M g
11%016 316; but when itsf I rtwa Mr. Jorm =aIt bis candid b
mmmd fr taxationm at lidUool t tht two beks could catch 1
wi the tr lins in a mstoet ttohee in day, b making it
almS n ment asdme as ieevel ork Ited of a day's recreation
Them ar mei ofti things whi e. sport.
Ssad sus.ta, Vtfy do not justity Your readers, double have h
m widepred and dn mim of the rseset hageIin agfment K
Swhs prvalIds the -l a" the hotel IJ H. ennwho
asl pond efa and here aet UeasimTe adm took a half a
a partielar. V ,terest, ha sam -d to the a
a h erIag oetl Cea v oa whh Jihohn
Arum-tra Ca is the
-r t.. ot to. BMW. himd ber
and privilge ad d-9 pa a tround
iB.^ y week a bri aranss
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Th real -ed of e age i erler
felowmhp between m a esadnam.as
timent wihd ha b 'enrowded ent and
suppresed by the wild chs e after tm
almighty duoa6 But the roex a
Is bound to come; man wI ot iw
be satisled with e WQsh o 'Ma
mon." Emeno6 aayM : sofb i
the thigst b woh we are rh or poor
a matter of cons, coats and carpets;
little more or less of stone or wood ao
paint, the fashion of a cloak or hat.;
Indeed, the oui bone of this gin of the
world by the lo of soul powers ha al-
ready presented itself to ome of eur
moneyed men, and the thoht ha eys-
talized into numerous actsof p ul bene-
faction, for the c livation of the higher
life of the many. These few who e
no longer strivi for things, have dis-
covered that rea happine lihe not in
wealth and power, but that only by do.
ing for others can we reah the highest
expression of ourselves. In other words,
have found that thus only can we "'move
upward, working out the beast."
Alexander Gunn, "the Hermit of
Zoar," beautifully expreee this ideal
life as "without pride; to be always
good and simple and friendly; to love
and be loved. When the pomps and
vanities no longer hold us we will rec-
ognize each other as brothers and dear
comrades, and will be urprisedin this
new light to find how much of beauty,
of goodness and of simple joy has es-
caped us and also to find how complete
life is wen self is no longer first.
Ruskin has said that he held his talent
in trust for God's p6or; and his life
demonstrated hi sincerity. He inher-
ited $750,000, he made $600,000, and he
pave all but $40,000 (which yielded an
income of $1 500) to his brother man.
And this is te spirit in which he gave
it: "k is nothing to give food and med-
icine to the workman who has broken
his arm, or the decrepit woman wasting
in sickness. But it is something to use
your time and strength to war with the
waywardness and thoughtlessness of
mankind; to keep the ering workman
n your service until yo dave made him
m teraing one, and to direct your d -
low merchant to the tuwhich
ip judgment w*;:.J have lost."
All this is butalturisl, It may be said,
sadntat allpractical. But when we call
to mind how the spirit of brotherhood
has grown say since the fourteenth
century, when the equality of all men
and the gospel of labor first found ex
pression in English literature, through
Laigland's vision of Piers Plowman, and
when we take into consideration the
rest men who have not only given
their writings, but their lives, to estab-'
lish these griat principles, we can no
longer doubt Tht the movement is gain-
ing ground. Surely such men as us-
kin;, ingsley and others who have
"pointed the way" have not lived in
vain. All these were imbued with the
idea that universal brotherhood is the
tovcreign agent of economic refonna-
tn and the messages of their lives are
qul ly working in the minds of men,
m tibly perhaps, but still a living
f The movement will be slow but
esc step must be well taken renem-
wber tlat the greater the undertaking
the owner the progress.
S he true foundations of a State are
not berty, but obedience; not mutual
an onsm, but mutual help." When
this sentiment becomes general the
It le for the mastery between classes
wil ease, and the world, influenced by
rte eat spirit of brotherhood, will un-
e lously have evolved peace.
Z. D. ADAMS.
olo, Fla.
,Cas MDicount Sa!I
I ag oir to move my stock of Gro-
ceri and In order to reduce my stock
and e expense of moving same will
give a 0 per cent. discount on all cash
Iu until I move. Come early !
t w t be long before I move.
Y truly, J. L. PRINGLE,
At O Express Office, Opposite Tele-
phon building.
w w h Treas.
Here re two easy little things worth
trying f the present year :
F.h ? give some one at least one
itti 11t o extra happiness by a kind
word o eed, in addition to those which
*ring uy spontaneously from your heart.
create one extra one each day by your
wnj comious effort.
Sonds, tifle at least one hasty word
r umenerous deed each day, that would
ave mound expression but for this cam-
saign of self-watchfulness. Did you
ver stop and think how much
my ie of us can make this world ust
Saying to it these rays of sun
n and appressing U6 of its small
each year?- Selected.


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wor will bin on the track,
overhalng badly.
housekeeper at th hotel,
m from trip to Talla see.
P. Duvl, of Crawtordille,
at the hotel last ning
A. J. and J. J.e-
.P. of Plhm Ga.
who cane for the water,
be for en time. S
ao the trip down
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stay but ow day.
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at is trade' tb ra., 0 to ee*her asas4ia. ITdoJ t iharp"*
Le It wa...ets. *.e.... .tlaa she *m,
I s a at m-a I ho a *" alow Ap, aed I tote all -a vr b oeff assin.
IUl lHa 1 testdad epeam IM man who N Oeu
amaI OtIMet with his hand k M to eTpw.o sew-Wife.
--.. Slasi Dept. ln- Us waiting for sometin to mawy o.weepo asa rode .
Pluck beats lhck. bev that t worI oa Let's oin ma
Sluck t, but be will have toj out and r oTalr hamumee br.
Think success, talk success, win sae- i he xlIft to o te debt. An oar ook. who ha eae back to sta.
c. ees -.Ganr'vl Sun. ]U bae ibrat nreak
Sen us your s kbription RIGHT .Hudn Burr is dpokeof as a And bisult that e "." If you 4
Send us your sucription RIGHT uibe car4lI-te for Govnqrw to uCeed Ad weak coffee fuui fdress;
SNOW Governor Broward whose term of oace our aatmel eaorl
Dr. J. M. Can. of Centerville, was on pi on Dece bur 31, ISS. Rather And "tater" tat ar ad. m
-. .m.ly for suuepts, bNti la. r de- And "slake" md of better without w .
a business visit to the city Tvanday. erl toenter the rae i w B And I bak"e an In- i betterwak wout
e"ie to enter t e race ft" an i(* Indiseedn mke as Cre
Mr. W. H. Hopkins, wife and family, teresting campaign. -D Lad Newso whle our harts thn wih pain.
of Bloxham, this county, are visiting in Aording to Henry 4. t Florl- lntrd mrtimn' WM. CHILI
the city. da I fh a fsar oyster nimet trt yar Butwt w me- sn WM.CHILIl
the city. amounted to 886 000 value. ow, r r the ook d berm-
Mrs. J. W. McCord left Wednesday Apalachicola ships more oyters thin Our cook for she's com ack to stay.
for Whigham, Ga., to visit her son, Dr. any dozen other pointsin Florida. This Then wap no mow der Wifey. Chil
M. M' McCord. being trues Apalachicol fured con- But smile mo. itfou ean;
spicuously in that $886,000. -Apalachi- Let us sing ma us
The steam ditch-digger for the sewer- cola Times. For o Tal naslm hom. C
age system is at work this week on the Hon. Fred T. Myers, of Tallahassee, And the cook that lwys totm away her pan.
up-town strets. oneof the most brilliant attorneys of T1WeMPTs. | W
Florida, was here yesterday shaking w
Hon. Jno. H. Patterso, of Chaires, hands with the many PenacoliAns. He
was among his hosts o Tallahassee did net come as a witness in the Swayne If it's worth having it is worth striv- Manufactu
friend again Tuday.caas .out upon legal business before the ing for.
friend again Tueday.Unied States Supreme Court.-Wash- A soft snap has a hard catch in it of all kind
Mr. Geo. I. Davis is now a council- ington Correspondence Pensacola Jour- somewhere.
man, chosen to fill the unexpired term nal. The fellow who is too good for his job rough and dr
of R. J. Phillips, resigned. It appears that John N. C. Stockton Is no good to an employer.
wa not dead, but only slein. After The man who does his level best has lumber, moud
Col. Raymond Cay delighted his many waking up last week from has Taliaterro very little time to worry about result.
Tallahassee friends by his appearance sleep, h called for a ht brekfast,rence between stair rail
on our streets on Tuesday. consisting of a $4,000 paving contract Teisodo fdincb t
n or s o T and a cupo steaming local prominence, king God to hep and asking Go u,
The Capital City Light and Fuel Com- after partaking of which he remarkect do t all. baluster
pany have put on the streets a neat that he felt "quite well, thank you."- Did you ever hear of a man being
pany have put on the streets a ne Paltk News. dragged down because he sLooped ov or c
spring dray for their own use. The opponents of Goverror Browdrd to httup? Porch colum
Miss May Alford gave a charming have so fa: b.en badly disappointed in A man who does his whole duty never and turned a
card party last Friday afternoon in hon- hi administration. As yet they have lacks appreciation, even though nobody Cement for
not iound one solitary act of h offi- ever hears of him.
or of Misses Douglass and Chaires. cial career which th-y can condemn. Kind words are so cheap that it is a All
Mr. Anderson Crawford is in the city Tdhey also realize that should hi project wonder anybody will take tne trouble to
visiting his many friends, and stopping to drain the Everglad. abecom; an ac- think up unkind ones. We Guara
is hbroher, Mr. E a o complished fact Broward will go down The world has room for more people We Ouar
ith his brother Mr. E. A. Crawford. i story as Florida's gre test Gov- who are broad-mined, liberal, thoughtful
Miss Adele Gerard is showing a ine ernor.--Zofo Advertiser. truthful and earnest.
selection of Linen Mats and Center- The Journl has never gone upon the The man who doesn't like children Ofice, Shop
silly proposition that "if the Inerchants will be out of pace mn nvaven, for adults
pieces, Embroidered and Drawn Work. wnuld ertise, it would then get out a will be in the mmiorty tp tire.
Jl I. Pike, a druggist from Bran- good paper, too." It goes upon the
SI. Pike, a druggist from Bin- that i It gets out a good It is easy enough to be cheerful when PHONE 87.
bride'hr e ankr merchants I I et a things are coming right, but the man
City Pharmacy, owned by ung, bettertiustie y wn O faces adversity w a smuite ais the
t--mnt n n wins out m the end.


VAEOI E,


Deler in Hardware, Stove, Tinware,

Wago, Carriages and all Kinds of Agri-
cultural Implements, Sugar Mlls and


Kettles Mill and Plumbers' Supplies, Farm
and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-
tors, Builders Supplies and Sporting Goods.

can't find what you want you

ay be sure Yaeger has It.


D.


GEO. W. CHILD.


Bros. Building and Lumber Co.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.


Ak
'rers
Isof


*eased
Iding.
Is,


All kinds of
buildings
planned and con-
ructed accord.
ing to the latest
approm d
methods


na, brackets, mantels, grills, fancy gable ornaments,
and scroll work of every description. Brick, Lime and
sale.
Orders will Receive Prompt Attention.
intee Our Work to be First-Class in Every
Particular. Prices Reasonable.


and Lumber Yard,
south of


on Sea Board Air Line, on lot
county jail.
P. 0. BOX 7.


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at the Leon.
Great preparations are being made Iy
lodal Knights of Pythias to enterta n
the Grand Lodge, K. of P., which will
meet here on March 8.
Hon. Donald Patterson, of Concord,
Gidsden county, was among his many
TA II Lu of....,... r_:pn >u i rd ain thiq w k nti


in nm career where ne can omny mju-e
those he hates, without benefiting him-
self or the country, it is time or him to
subside. .. hen a faithful public
servant is rewarded by those w, os duty
it is to consider the value of his services,
a certain class of dismal failures raises
a nwi. But upright and courageous
men pay no attention to the drivtl ot
sJcli characters.-Brook vil.e SouLhe ni


in these ays with interest ,
but how can he compare wth the man
behind the plow. Green's F'ruit Grower.
"What will the harvest be ?" Th.s
is a question which depends for an an-,
swer, t no s.nail extent, upon the char-
acter of the s!ed sown. Ftor, no matter
now fertile tna soil, nor now wedl pr-
pared the seeo-bed. if the seed ;s lack-


'I iltiasshu iriiee r n s aga ni s weeK, anu i A --- -- f - __ I
Sllt er uiinArgug. ng in vitality or freedom from noxious
made us a pleasant call. r ov rnor Eroward hai be.,n grecti i, weed seeds the lighest results ccn not
S.jpp)se yoj are already taking the old friends and making n-w ones down be refused.
Capital! What of it? Take the True in Hillsboroughcounty this wek. ~hen
ta iI Mr. Broward entered the race for Gov- &ANOUNbfnhi NT.
Srat, too, f.r awhile, an i h i ernor of our State he was not thocht I hereby announce that I will offer my
on to the one vou like the best. to be capable of making a speech, but services as pr.ct.cal Accountant and
Mrs Franc's Eppes of Madison, who before the campaign closed it wai iouid Auaitor, to the bas ness public, for a
SF that he had a way of talking truth to limited numberof engagements I guar-
spent the past month here with her sis- a,. uaee that carried conviction i h antee faithful and satisfactory service
ters, M's. Chas H. Dickinson and Mrs. i, an .i..ce his election he has be n in every engagement.
Albert N:chols, left for home last week. chizl orato- on nearly every important EDOAK I. MATTHEWS.
occa ion that has transpired in tne
Mrs. G,-) L Bagley, an old-time vis- State'. Lakeland News. A FlerwaVldalla CtahC .
itor f,-,m Minn-apolis. Minn., is at the AMNOUNCAMhgT. A meeting of the Florida students at'
Leon, where h"r husband will jo;n rer The undeisigned proposes, onor about the University of Virginia was called a
shortlv Hr father is stopping at Mrs t;.e first day of March, 1906, at''Talhans- tew dyys ago for the purpose of ordjn-
Bond's. see, to commence the publication o. a Uing a State club, and to bring into
d Forida shinethweek, ew, live, up-to-date Weekly rcamily closer contact witn each other the Flor-
Splend lrida snshinethis w Newspaper, to be called ,ne t rue LDCe- iaris who are attendirnj this kie-t
and we are reminded of the fact that ocrat. 'he name accurately indicates Southern university.
springtime is nearly upon us. as trees, thesentmejnts anid polcy which will b The officers chosen are: Mr. James D.
shrubs ani flowv-rs are beginning to th tom.nartn.ng mlduence governing the Pasoe prebidnt Mr. Edwin. M mlow,
shru |new enterprise, since it wll be our en- vic'-pI ldnt; jr. Bei A. M .egnnH
bloom. d.vr o preach and to practice the un- sey ac trsurer;and Mr. H.
This issae is not a fair samole of the dying princpies, and to fol.ow the true C7:yI*ii oltl.
.a..d tried doctrinensof the 'O.d\ ime e- Among MM-- pursuing the law course
newspaper we intend to have in the near and treddoctres of there, ds art- a: Mn t. tu w of larwonnse,
future, out it is good enough for you te gushea from the many mischievous and formerly of the firm f Price & Blow;
,lecide to send in your subscription, dangerous fads and fallacies which the Mr. H. Clay Bullard o Pensacola, who
Isnt it. pDfeaional politicians of the day, in- nishes his course this year Mr B. A.
Mrs. Pelps Warden Wilson willgive ent solely upon the grat:fca.on o1 e. unts a f Talia o tlerd-
Slinen shower on March 7 in honor of personal appetite for public office, have ut. S thekman of Tl ps, ofM
linen shower on March 7 in honor. of ,T. AmptTo m"gI=oten n
atteiptetw to engraft upon tne ancient T d. Sparkman of Tam 0a,-nep of
Miss Letitia Rawls, whose marriage to and t mne-honore body of established Hon. 8 St. rkmaa, a embr of the
Mr. b Lowery is announced for Lemocrat.c principles. diatinl lisheI Hillsboro county family;
April 26 'ihe recent consolidation of the Cap an of F. CCama, Jr., of W
Apriltal and Tallahaaeean presents a cond; a son of Hon. F. Camp, *U wn
The sincere thanks of the publisher t.on particularly favorable to the es- a one of the most s c Iol business
are due to the several administrative of- tfblishment of another Newspaper at the men in Flori; Mr. iT.e of Ocala
flAersof the State government andtheir tenly Ca pitall wich, brtic and ang ice; Mre F. Rt. Whifon d oksille,
Woffrloymlly Dlemocrticand earn- ie, P.ll
repective office assistants for many netly devoted to the local interests of formerly on the staff of the BQroksille
crtesies extended. our home people, shall aso afford an in- Argus; aw Mr. J. T. G. CrawordH son
On a competitive bid last Saturday, dependent and unb medium for the lorid's rtr o tat, Ho. .
ordt communication of trustworthy Intelli- Clay Crawford and lately private asc-
our Job Printing Officewas award the =e concerning all public atf.irn and rtUry- to Choi Justkice JmL"s BWhit-
contract to print the Railroad Commis- happening at tne Seat of Government ldK, then Attorny Gneral of Flrida.
sian's annual report, and copy for same to people of the entire State. In the medical department Mr James
is now in the bands of our prntes. A year's subcriptionin advance, D. Pas mson of exUnited States Sen-
Nator Saas nPsco oawnidmb p aI
Nw that the ad ($1.7), from all our old time friends, ator uai Pco, ad a t of
and business men of TalmlahasMse am @.-ated. Mr.. C. Win of bertow, a sonof
to aee the kind of newspaper we Yours rpetfully, Senator C. C. Wilson, lw t Florid
.ining to etabli, we o to re. Jew a. COL. uws, IV i5sdame o= .-LMoft are
revT a liberal share of their troa. TallAa M M tL an. d MCr L ca, f8.
A=stm, ad Mr. L R. GOil of Ocla
Mr. Geo. W. Patterson, one of the Never jude yourself a you Jdg Th number of Florida men to at1Wnd
substantial bua:a mend ofm 8tb ts-. Yu-mlgbt bmeomedy this university t Incral e everJ
tkn, ian th- cityT n w if iyet, we ak, that wea sem h The University of Viriia o m p-
ion was in the ity u ad misei ingrates as to always be re national advantages, ad a it
i p lesant visit. We* always to throw b a at the dad ad to does at the had of a brbti-
S plsa il to have our f MRcal on a alg mud a living T --Gaesville ttionsof learning, deserves the patrme-
|hIm they cone to town. Sun. age of the Southern p epl.


q pharmacy are filled.
prescription receive
ful attention of at )
competent men before
sent out.
Phone 17.
D. R. COX, Druggist.


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STYLK SUPERLATIVE
sits serene atop the rigs we have for
hire. They're easy rusning, of course;
the horses that draw them are ma-
aged with scarce an effort; but withal
the equipment is stylish to a degree.
Every convenience, every comfort goes
with the equipages we let by the day
or hour. The lesser time will prove our
words.
CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,


C. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 89.


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and better are the chances of yeao
getting perfect flour satisfaction, whae
you use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
f tell, there's little likelihood of year
i- I I I i having anything but a pure, wholssome


yet economical product. But don't
content with a "just as good" lo
demand the Clifton everytime, it is th e
very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'
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JOSEPH DUNCAN,
PRPRIITOR oFr TH7M

OLD KEMPER LIVERY STABLE
*VDRYTMIGm WH MCl.

REGISTER UNDERTA ER AND EM.ALM
SIURIAL ROBCE ANb SHROUDS.
SMANlr.C MONUMENTS AND.AaAVE STOJr bRECTTD-I


OPEN ALL HOURS.


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ICAL AmD PSOY"AL
Hon N. A. BHteh, inspector of con
.vict camps, was the o i this week.
Mrs. T. Hayward Randolph has re
turned from a visit to her daughter i
Jacksonville.
Mrs. I. B. Hilon and children hav
Sgone to Pensacola to witness the carni
val pageant.
Try our fine Tampa and Key Wes
Cigar, only 6c, at T. B. Byrd's..
wr. Ernest MeLin, who has been ab
sent for several weeks, has returned
fairly recovered in health.
The latest, as well as standard, style
in Furniture at J. E. Theus'.
Mr. Julius Ball, proprietor of the
Bloxham, is visiting Jacksonville thi
week.
Novelties in Easy Chairs and House
Decorations at J. E. Theu'.
The fishing season is beginning to
open up. T. B. Byrd can supply you
with any kind of tackle.
The choicest bargains in up-to-date
rniture and House Furnishings are to
found at the place of J. E. Theus.
,' Fine Candles, in great variety, at T.
Byrd's.
The Original Bridge Club had a de-
lightful meeting at the residence ol
msJr. Brevard Monday evening.
Miss Kate Pretlow who has been the
guest of Miss Mary Pawe Randolph for
several weeks, leaves Monday for her
home in Franklin, Va.
When you need Carpets, Mattings,
Rugs, Oil Cloths, or other floor good,
call and see the stock of J. E. Theus
B before purchasing.
Fulton Market Beef at T. B. Byrd's.
SThere will be a big crowd of Pythians
In Tallahassee next week, in attendance
Supon the Grand Lodge.
i Early Rose Seed Potatoes, fine stMoc-,
at T. B. Byrd's.
Our readers will please tok. notice
that a goodly number of Tallahasnee's
best and most enterprising business
men expressed their appreciation of the
establishment of TheTrue Demcwrat by
giving us their advertisements for the
nrat isue. For this we tender our most
grateful thanks, and prombis such con-
stant improvement in the paper and its
circulation that they will have no cause
to regret their action.
SThe dance at the Leon Tuesday even-
ing, tendered to a number of visiting
I oung ladies by the young people of the
msloni"" Zama"


Qu tu high sad prices low at Mick- Mrsa. W. M. Ginwda, of MotiHceo,
sr Store. is visiting her TPilahasee relatives.
The Hanlre-smth Drug Company haa The mnureroo friend of Mr. Geo. W.
put nest aSd ttrc ive mie ts ut ao are egon_ abtulating him n his
o-n the diflemt rtod leaden to the speedy recover frm a severely
n city with their adverti"emet on same.
It pays to advertise always, and es- Childs Bros.,contractors and builders,
peclaly in your local newspaper. Try and dealers in builders' materials, are
e some of it in The True Democrat. now busily engaged on several good
See the nice things to eat at P. T. contracts in the try.
Mickler's Store. Hon. T. J. Appleyar, editor of the
t Lake City Index au sec-rtary of the
Mr. J. W. Dollar, a well-known real- porid& Ps Associatinn, wa- a el-
dent of Leon county, was the frst cash come visitor to The True Democrat
; subscriber to The True Democrat, ha- office Wedneda. He i telling his
d ing entered the office on Thursday, just fr that his eeetion secretary o
as the first form was going to prss, the State Senate is positively assured,
s and made his name good bdy epotlng and is receiving unanimous congratula-
one dollar in The True Democrat s tions.
treaaury for a year's subscription. ,, ....
rea y fr a yeas sn. "On the great clock of time there is
s Mickler's J. E. M. Flour can't be sur- but one word-'Now.
passaaed.
SWe have just completed the contract
to print minutes for two colored church
conferences, and today contracted to..
D print minutes for a colored Baptist as- iVli r /
I wociation. The work is done, too. neat "" Millinery
and clean. See samples of it if you wish
like printed matter. Neck\ear
Save your hard-earned dollar by trad- ca
ing with P. T. Mickler.
Mr. C. H. Johnson, representing the Kid Gloves,
Dloxon Printers' Supply Co., of Atlanta,
one of the best all-round fellows of Geor-
gia stopped over at the Leon Tuesday a d
night, and joined his family at pleasant d
Panacea Springs Wednesday for a few
days of needed rest. Mr. Johnson isFanrk
making a very successful trip through Faney W ork
this territory for his house, and if Dod-
ron sells it to you It is always the best
and as he represents it to be. Materials.
The approaching nuptials of Miss Le-
titia, eldest daughter of Hon. and Mrs.
W. A. Rawls, to Mr. D. M. Lowry,
manager of the Tallahassee Cotton Oil
Mills, will constitute an event of exce- MISS ADELE GERARD,
tional interest in the social life of the,
Capital City. Both of the parties to the
matrimonial compact are social favor- 149 N. Monroe St.
items, and each has hundreds of friends.
both here and elsewhere, who will gladly TAL iA ASSU[, i .ORIDA.
wish them joy.
It does not often occur perhaps, to a
n'w paper to have good, live reading
matter, already in type, crowded out of
its frst issue by a press of advertise-
ments, but that is exactly what hai wAl.Tr I.. WI(Ht. TONY ,IIRN.
happened to The True Democrat.
Ex-Governor Wmn 8. Jennings ar- WIGHT & BURNS
rived in the city Tuesday.
How do you like the typographical
appearance of The True Democrat? MENS' IURNISHERS, SHOES.
Suggestions for improvement are now
the order of the day, and we will be
glad to hear from all who can help us TA11OR MADI ( 1OTH0 S.
Improve things -espec&I vsowhmou


TO SHOW YOU A HORSE


Such,as you require will be a matter of no
difficulty for us. In our . . .

SALES STABLES
are many head of fine, young, acclimated
horses for driving, riding, light delivery and
heavy draught work.
We have some fine matched carriage teams,
and any one looking for a handsome pair
should calL Prices will please.


J. D. CAY,


Feed and Sales Stable,
140 South Adams Street.


F. e. eOLES,

eonfectloner and Grocer.


The eholcest and Freshest Goods
at the Lowest LivJng Prices.


Prompt Delivery.


NEW FIRM.
The undersigned having suc-


Telephone 32.


S. P. ROZEAR,


ceeded to the business of Ball Practical Plumbing.
& Demilly, and with many thanks


for past patronage, promise re-
newed efforts to secure the trade
of all old friends and, we hope,
many new ones. We are contin-


Tin Work of All Kinds.

Orders for Sewer Connections
should be placed


ually increasing our large stock of RIGHT NOW.
General Merchandise with addi- A Full Line of Bath Room and
tions of New Goods of the latest, Closet Appliances of the latest
styles. Come;and see us, wheth- patterns constantly on hand. %
er you buy or not.
r yo __o.,.7


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HE IPE SON who pays too much for a good article loses some-
,I, L ,.rIX thing, he who pays too little for trash loses ten
times as much; for he has nothing at the beginning or the end. At Duval Bros',
Cash Store no trash is ever found, all Merchandise is good, yet the prices are always
small and the economies always safe. .
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Ladies, your White Waist Goods are liable to cost you
too much unless you look at our line before you buy; here
you will fine the Right Styles Modhratcly Priced, at 10, 15,
20, 25, 86 and 60c per yd.
White Piques, at 10, 16, 20 and 35e Ipr yd.
White Indian Lawn, the best va'ue we have ever show n,
10. 12 1-2, 15. 20, and 26c per yd.
White and Brown Linens, at 15, 20, 25, :5, and 5rkc per
yd.
Don't miss seeing our Colored Voiles and Suitings, all
the new style!:, at 10. 12 1-2, and 15c per yd.
ARNOLD'S (recian Voile and Mohair Lustre. 25c.
Big Assortment best Shirting C'alicoes, at c p'r. yd.
Ladies' Collars and Ties. New line.
Good Quality Percal, at k8 per yd.
Unless you have made up your mind to go without hosi-
ery this season you will certainly be interested in our line.
Men's Plain and Fancy Sox, at 10 12-12. 15, 20 and 25c pr.
Ladies' Plain Hlack, Tan and White, also Fancy and
Lace Stripes, from 10 to 25c pr.
Infants' Pink, Blue and White Sox at 10 and 15c pr.
Just Received nice assortment Ladies' Combs in assort-
ed styles and colors, 10 to 25c pr.
The Best Value in White Quilts. you will find. 75e. $1.00
$1.25, $1.50, and $2.00.
Splendid Assortment Bleached IDometic at low figures.
Ribbons Ribbons !! The biggest line and the best value.
Our 15c Boys' Hose is a Corker, look at it.


Wark Over Shoes

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For Men.

See Here, Mr. Man!
Mmnlt you nowd a new peor of Tmuars?
-We err Just showing an espe(iay attractive
line of the cIebmteM
Dutches Troums
16 Ceaba a Buteat SLWa Rip.
Th. beat In thee knj rm-s'nd the short run. tm,


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EMBROIDERIES in Swiss and Cambric Edgings and
Insertions. See our "Baby lot of Edgings and Inser-
tions.


Good Yard Wide ( Island, 5 Cents a Yard.


SHOES. When you think of/your Spring Oxfords,
think of our line. We have them in all colors, and in all
shapes, at $1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00,'$2.50 and $3.00 per
pair, White Tan and Black. Then if its a pair of high shoes,
we have them too.
REMEMBER, we have a full line of Spring and Summer
Hats for Men, Women and Children. Look at our line of
Ladies' Walking Hats.
THE LITTLE FELLOWS are not forgotten this season
as usual. In due season we will show an elegant line of
Children's Blouse Wash Suits, ranging in price from 50
cents to $1.50, in white and colors.
SHOE POLISH, for all kinds of Leather and White
Canvas.
CURTAIN SWISSES, Scrims and Lace Curtains.


Black and White Persian Silk Lawn.
Table Linens, Napkins and Doylies.


A special purchase of Sanitary Cotton Diaper,
finish and extra quality, 10 yards in piece, each
paper package, price per bolt. 18, 20, 22, 24 and
50c, 60c, 65c, 70c and 75 cents a bolt.


absorbent
piece in a
27 inches,


DUVAL


BROS.,


PIONEER CASH MERCHANTS OF MIDDLE FLORIDA.
No. 128 S. Monroe St. Talahassee, Fla.


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