Group Title: weekly true Democrat.
Title: The weekly true Democrat
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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: March 5, 1909
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00211
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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WB SBS IT DIPPRENT.
The True Demoerat is not at all a
partisan of ex-Governmw Broward.
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two months we did not seitate to eriti-
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o t rt e w .o mai sate sthereore e ate mar ba the amd.
Sis a ahth aidt h of, our aoroe-aok God lost nt
N0ml fPC *lMtose e s we knew w hat it meae s to l ore a Lat Its death dheshea h d iv

-! ---t llf _lrlsth 1siurffl-irtB. a *tetoata t: f Ad wbatas'or hbye h eief ia th> fots of ft. Them
*t Snfimi l t hkawietn n- wltbe my samie beloenned, and that wkhee eaol we )pr Qe ottoeiiln o
an.t. uae thaeht ed so. Ts lle s ceas rseltIve;s. Then beiwo thi O b lt *e sad ath iale Ith
t ^fa sw Iatem as the .. 1"I ao G we nil tpre a ti r wto the tor. neamt be l s M t l n F
F Mlef S mto s m totdlf, toem. ho can wmba a ssemel er w o tha idon'e s to er pt of with ae. o d
*asr it bo s *L da e ais thrmtta wi ih icour Way- mI nd hit deed; e it eI put off an d
I O wh s, m howe.r turned in to Him. 1he auapr beewdd by miIeil cmeiostne
e ow that what cement t hs blief of en, man bhal cetoe ttknow nid and de4th
IhkaL ".eaetlaeU.diondtun- m wiltt ai th bnan ra You adt w me nifest l tol Life. being pr of
*st elh mind DIif n r trl eoenh kowe a.l vrWl belif e tf e not anyw ytfoe t ievenash i "Fdth which is tn
S" aft mn it de stoo a f datoa for fate t than Iite, who turns mb rtal hevin ian tf ct. io.
eSt a b0geM as botoesti n to eod with th re e,* absolute tone ptr- The usnqes tion nto t prfweth itaIe l
Sml Omt nd list t aod rda we o Too atnd treat. w t which our Way- man by thhis d at thiIt is put of a ndl co
K bW I Whi ,, t~erfofe anything shower turned to Hl yp atuon to the iun come frota" Ml y aconsiwer isea,


OW itself, todao a l daSet t, h Now tif c about this belief mber ohat that I do to know where andt came fromt
t wit which God i, ard eif ndis se and death p became ne f Yod u and ba ifeet temanifal I beingrd. I other
I l ill meas Jures to that o tdr. knbefore nierisl bmen oft is notime, (at d I ny one in the h idFs tet who knos in
Ill er to heu ms dlike* and if anfo sa tion for fayout than it ueverld heaven is p ef et th. worl ia "flat
dg wil of teg baut. oe g im. t the belief were confined to one per- .he nesth tre nr,,n 4o l


M t setasm et ad ihnot eternal, ration tho illustrate what I 'tan by the is, at this purfac t ori "Whinr d? nyoeortal con-
Weo anting I am going W call your attention to the sciousne, come from?" My answer is



Ilt W a Christin Seontt t o time tha clumbu. You w ermember that that I don't kenow whea it a fataurfom,
Hw do w mes know tha byt stain, disease pwas r hutrrated yith sorn andco teoupt but I do know di 't co me from God
ot perfeton which (We is, and if ant d cast into prison because he atod ur bocaustl it manifests disc ord. Is there

Sdsto aure ot Godlike thatow do weaa before the wise mend aid, evry one of your(and a drnyone inof the manden who knowstated

k nowt to tim eaike ; and ifdeath uae acint to say this to you that every gof whur' ta fuhe belief that the world no a flat
I ngt tdo with anGod;not eternal, ration thinks the wi, every on rheof your tface orivine d? ovn to be sta phrstick-

Wrd n rwill Jesus told ta soa e earst men that evar weeto prove thi the, Jn' th bie ief that i to e world.face,
ow do wie know that min, disease people four hundred yeas ah.o thouet just because wy don't know the naneo"
dftb are not Godlike ; how do we just that), and said, every one of your and widress of tih man who started
= w that Wte, dease ou w death hab e wientioic deductions, every ?n of your' tnhL ioesh twlief. Of course notl
abing todo with God; eevr did have at-nhific theiev, every .n.. af your it has ten ndrovmn to be a sphere, ion ar
and nl willt? Jesut told as so, so esentific experiments to prove tha, tnia Jessnaive tho Chris,, limited lo theiorlk
very plainly too. He said he came, earth is flat do not amount to anyLhflaig t.y Ia wor ihe ued works, oaft s e.
dol the will of the Father. He also at all, because ttke earth il a ispi re e-n an, death are no prt of
ai e came, not to destroy, but to ful. Who was right? Columbu4 was right.. er.stiln, .iid that His,, ci.drp do s t
l1, and Immediately he went to work of course, aind the wioe men were aull v'-. nor i.,ove, nor Mve their n
to heal the sick, cleanae the leper. cast wrong. What effect did the university li ththrerin.
oit e land raise the dead with the fal4 belief have on the .iape of th... hauniverai belief 'im.6uT int, t' h is *
ord of God. DoU you think Jellue heart, Nuiie; eta irrth kopL onrthini th.t it isetl her the gater .y to ile.ven *
haew what he was doing? Do you s phere ju it ihe same. What effect oi the entrance down b.l'ow Ihus be- T.
think he told t truth when hee aid do d the fa&ie belief have on the peoPie list houd lead us logically to destrov
that he came aot tn destroy but to who believed it to bd true ? So long as: the inm cent infant in or er to insure
hwIt ? If you believe be told the people heliev.d the ftaie twbi-d tu it, gaining the kingdom, and the action 0
the truth, then you are forced to be true, they were held within th lnr- of the natives of India iin cst nit their i
aditt that it was nothing that he de- row confeis of that be! ef, anid saved hbaites into the river Gangi.es, waI based I l[
stroyed when he cast those things out. On that lit rle espc of the earth'. i'ur, on oudl logic and good reason; but the
for not otherwise can the truth of hisa fe1- e erec.U.e they feared tht it if '*, I hel'e' that death is ever a f itind i fal- .
statement that *e came not to destroy Isai e I to a certain pint. th.v wiu'd fill i lac1u. J I
but to fulfil. be upheld off tie edge, of the earth on to ti it D-eath is an enemy. Christ aiov S More than that, do you remember the o.iilething or nothing on whieh Aini" unreality, andovereame i; in it:-ordIAnce 0
Man who was ill that lie dpoke to. and did or didet st ant when h* dil or didn't with the law of God, i.ur in.ic ino ul- i
aid, "Satan hath bound thee ?" Do hulp up the earth. nsuin:te freedom from daith for .l h man- a
suppose he meant that in just that in our own tiey we look back an), kind Do you think thin A h atement with
a instance Satan had bound the man pitY the ignorance which thought it was i impossible of acceptnnre? It in not an
dt because he was bad, and that in wi-doin, and are positive. jusit as theh original one, by any moians, and is sim-
o- tmer instance God woild do the bind- cunteinpormi ies of Columous were, that ply a reitteration of what Paul said.
e because a man was food ? Do you there i- abeolptely no question but whAt P nil didn't say y in can go on overcom-
if.tk th J statement Jesus made iadi. our wise men aidr the wi.-a-t wtie m-n i.ni all things until it ron a to death,
p-tesa an reement of partneisnip be- tha' ever were wi.e, irinl yet it is wi Mi, snilh th t you are a hetlptesa victim whpn
l IeeaG and Satan. God makk g some the living memory of maEy in thi" aili ,tat presents itself. He said the last 9
S becanse they are tood, and Satan ence when our wise men were lilrn th i.ti nemy to be *l.-stroyed is death, and in
kl g moohme ill. because they are baed newspapers and ieriudicAien with at his letter to l nothy he wrole: "Christ
Of c40iwr you don't believe anything of tacks, warning the unsusp acting |ui' ic J sus hath .ai alish.d death and br ught
14M e kiwnd. to keep their money in their l.h k t A. ife arid iniewrialit.i to light Do you
Stheia. remember, that other man who and not let it Iw drawn away from them hbolive PIus kiew what hewas written? *
M1 ltk of the palsy, to wbom Jesus by the tr ckstpr l and sh arperi wh' said Do you her, the statements to be
: Thy sina be forgiven thee;" it was possible for a na *n to talk into true? We, ?s 'hristin Scientist, ac *
and the man took up his bed and. walked oe ed of wire and have a man ast cpt them without modifi ttion or equal.
Again, he said: "I a man keep my the other end. hundred- o! miles aw r y. llf*atisrn. h cause they are so absolute-
saylng. la shall never aee death. Dt o hea.r what was said and catch the in o- Iv in wacoi.d with what our Master did
you believe it, do you believe that state- nn ian of the voice ao is5 to be a4tL ti nAd i a mt. Ni! Christian kt ntists havw e I
meit I Oh. what a call that is to as to tell wno was telkit'g to bi k not \ie' a. achhed the point a hrte *lthe
folwli the footstep. or our Mater; Wiho w right ? Graham aid l.-ll hic o nf or.un ti e urnii r atl b -lief io -
hb# It my. to you and to me: The werem nrht and uur w'.e in.n w. r i n -. it i. -to- foive thfv yet reached the
time il now when ye shailldo the work wiser ih;an Columbus' wi-e'n. n Whti .%V c it 1-nere.ney he hlavery cowe hrouglt
that He did; when ye shall take the elect did he fthe belief hbite on i h. til them, bj' like tVie prodigal an ,n'
Word of God sad heal the Pick ; shall people? So long a, thry be.ievd i o a *1t i uary. we wive lta.rid ion our W
oAt out evil, and shall raise the dead be impossible to Iontrol the vt art r, i ll-irnty r., k t4c our F either's home; wi
in the samne of God. sufficiently to reproduce tlih vc ie i', are tird af living i a ac.ninryfr away
We sall have every one of these were held within the narrow froim ro Hni; we .iare tret ofdfodling 1r 4
thin to do, either hee or hereafter, the letter pat and athe tele rapi for ith huAks Of word's ti.st, a Pm matter hlw.
kl tho selt-same way that Jesus did their iure .mnuaicatosiI, w Imr'as,. i"eitiIfol t in' IIAy -. foil to tring ..s
thea. wether we want to or not. beL when that false beitel was lrIken, it any pro f of the-r tru h; and we shaii t$i
emse thero is so Way whereby we may was posAib bi-wde five minutes to t dik r.ia- th at heven of ret. and kind pewac. ,
nter the Kin.do.m save through Him. fro-. New YrK to Cnwuag. to tranne.,t eonfoert,.nd joy in his shel rna lovoe'.
SIf Hei s th Way, and the eiy Way, business in fve minute that ued .to We do know, however, when the
Then yoe sad I ean only reseh t.mt. take five weekA or somei m" morn he to intallib"le Principle of Chetltina Scieret
KlaO. a of God whih is within as by transact Tnose wha hive d dm-4 fils.wel a'oboletely. inmn shall solvn 0
doing what he dd, and as he did, to the themselves wise in religious sult'Prs 41i lafe*)pr'lemnwcorrestIv, and realize,
acceplishmmnter our individual salva.- hve held the worldt for twn husi.w d i'i fell th menanint'c of he aayuna. ,
tio" In the manner Jos indicatied. and forty thous and years in the gr p u.f "Glor to (e d on the highest. peace on
e all knew the worse of hes'ing the elief e that God either dhrectil or in ya h, rold wil toward men." Some t'x.i
from aSekueasand raising the dead J. directly 5s rFeton ible fear sin. disca-.e o will -*y at this point, if what you y sprea
ses aessupllhed with God's word a. and death, and untiLwe break theiu (e*e** e v is crir. What ar. you Roing to do 9
well as the si he overeasme with it, and nelief, until we urn ,way fr..m et 4Iix w hito the ht'irl prmni -: *t.iomth i
we ameo knew that he said : "He thbt do as Baekeel implored s< to d( wnrn he t.v) loveth he ch istene h?" I am not ,
me, tin ma that I sd) sail, "Thrn ye, turn ye. fur why wid erii an. ctaniste i wori ot the Bible in
e d*o boesass I go to shill ejetinue to 1** swek and rconanlif rnt g g to call yjur aittenteM to mome C
1 Twam God a a semlowod eaestor of Guod Bebt. whi h we read isa t utlo n a
u I OVL'feanddeath.ehnamdd4 o shih from 'he wl~ l tesgset, 4


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wPomp and kate of Modernm Timeh.


I 6ING 0 the early years of the
poveOMaot, before th capital
*a oveTd to Washiagute. the
idmtiM of a president .
a efreooy of great dluitl
g*Hel.ty,. was a very small and
4 lyeft for nearly a fortnig
th grea t day of April n.
layor ve tnd boarded bowae
Im t aW trgldM witb viMItnor. sod
01 e da7 bfore te isaInugmtlun
VP priv t boo was flled with
:flfom all pan rts of The unlio.
"' e. el ,r of the prote 4l'm. pro
bIyn m mste and 4ulowed by
-a ,&M walked OoGea r"e W h.
il 1 On seftwh Federal bhll tbh
0110 formNd a HIa oa #,eb oid of
do way. throlb wbkrb f6t prepqlde t.
Wtl his atteodants, was cnducted to


Srasarse or me geormmeatr were o a.
ard lato the hall witb eemwelloma
pomp sad parade.
Anmes Madlaso was tassratoded
second time on Marrb 4. 18l& oe had
a military #acort, and the erte1monnl
a the hons nof repmoentatlivea we
similar to those of ble ir S luseaga.
Uon. In the evening there as ann t-
sulgnrtion lall at [ns'le' hetel. whheb
Is now the Metropnlltnn
Tbe 4th oIf ar h. IT wau a beam.
tiful dAy. and there w it a lnrge crowd
to witnie the insarnrition ceamn
sles. The president elet sand vke
ppasMdeBt *elet left tlb private rest.
denee of Predident Monrr attend
by a large carvleade of citlsus u
lbomtsk. They were mp t at the cp-
tol by the mIlitla, and the er amony
took plane In the ~'wns14ti r t.siber.


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bewra is m w the mpvemq eo"rt room.
tow As the djay for the sM-wnd Inuarns-
Wth Usiet Jame MoNore fell on Sunday.
S as the edrom o took plnae the following
Sday. Meaty. Morrie L
N ahM- "Mi,, IJohI QlWMey Adams was Inangruuated
tHd et iljIg ft March 4, IIB sadd it day was one
to 10 t ofte geast demomstralbe an d display.
SPo t Net HMre called at the rel-
N e *d thew dies of the presMleiit *et. who theW

E ar 1o peSdd." hiM t ifOss, add here they wee )eed
p -MM.ts te SMIane I 60 te n. taMoy MeWt, and tWe preen
dbe bhth We e irssat

InkWg 5... e4. ismIsodWas
mat ., Now-m t .2. The l*. *-
pier wa a P99sMeet Jhni 9M Qv Adam bad
Mt a v.n at to parto*topIe the to-
Ilo g gltaoy epany tOa tOhe Die-
0aIfmib derh tosow1 eoer n
if et* e Mt a helO ip-WeIMM etL t. A *e--
Sa 4,, *man and s s
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s 1111g" em1 e toall.


e 0d t **he 5mpaee*A ow
totthN U 0e e intm a


103 VL TXMe .-N EU INAWhT I iLD' UL
It was a coM. rainy day wben Pmel. ougr bbe was. given reewptlonx all
dent Polk wan Innoeirtrated. but therw aloot n the way. wh t reaebd Hr- -
was a l on proeruulon of the milltmry rlsetrj. on me.ount of, threatened vo-
as well ascivic oriAni nr tlon lrene, It wias t fftv hmt. to change
Zachary Taylor hvd B., weh uallmlled nol s rnd brdt <'re- ,..fl- delphia In one of th- publh sr. am and.
attlndlned noie muati rntn r the 4n arrivingg tbere st mldright. be etered
ftel on Rnday. he w Inafngurai t4l o4 the New York slerlwr and peasmd
londay through Baltilnmore undli nrtd and ar-
As roada t Taylnr diletd n .tnly rired in Washington at fl:10 on the
oneAs elideit Taylyor dInud ontln. Vil. morning of eb. 23. [Ie remained at
Prone year after his nurraton. ok the Willard's botel auntli the Inaruuration
oatPrede of or il July 10 in th. book te day. when Prldet BuR unan rned
ath f f o pr tl y 10 n for him. and in an open carrae the
T Inpre umnrati of nklln e p"rt prnt eded to the capitol. In to
wa linaug Iraton of f rnnkl n t th de4r to avoid threatened viole the
was unique in the W ft Ihan the l. w president and4 president elet to their
preso est eleat. Willi*s It Klug. wIntear. r ewo proldedlby a COMpa
not in Washlagon to mt sworb Into of Ifontry, double Sdie of the Die
a*m.S bt watrh on f mai ofa t 'lnh. tr e valry on either side and i'.
ad took the oath of o" e t a pan on ry and other military orgamlm.
tatiom o tihe ilw al now Maktas t i foflowlag. In the long proes,.
the n te* eldeIt n ** l I .**d l them was a large ar or att
.wa being swon Is tn ng the cmotltaUie sad the
2%aB was no r1eut Pl |tieda nd ---
wasme luwya ball. O GaSwill ou t* reprenseted
The Abh of Marfc, 1rT. wasa p a R s o. M eifiw 1%. wIateB. A
dM day, and Joame eh anan was7 I b ttat on of f strlet troops guarded
aSuayted with imt pomp and v eir' the steps of the capitol. The cer
many. After aling the Whtd mony of swearing in the vice president
Roue rretaldent Pue"t bol.n ld a i oThe senate completed. the ou ati
publir reptine and at l might attended party marebed to the aset portico of
the IManuuration ball. whkbh was held timh estltl, whore the great wees. o
to a butldltn lo Judli U aVw t- oswealer a to Abratm Llrola teoak
ed or that purlw pea
The LIneoln Petivitlo. The cvil war was In pringres when
Abramham UsL lin bad a biht.r. ilear iMr. LmhWee was agulrated fr flee
day tfor hiss Iru loInauratee. bull it end w ie Thi mwee Meolesi
sealed and the stress wn weo and o' the t ev"ryWs!r. and glfis
meddy wheo be took bi asonesd uth Naol sa ewowed the whole lead.
ee owe. Tb martyr pr ldeM we"t 1p $ iw t mt eto1, rapitoal ".
to the capital fiMn Uprlamglid 19 way ty to d Milk sad tbhWforv the ie.
of lndiampoe. OfmnsM,. C teeo B d ade m rted down withtbt bm. Ti
Pitttabig 4 Phadetp Aa. mud. preelasm, heowweo wa, s ateworty.


uTW *hmieM w yee tf r tf

"to Is eu Twhe't a
.. .r.....v eraml Mt
nBt o r paeec: ,.
Wlb T we ao ft l ea
waera M 4K m mb"
we time w dowaw
rated, ibrgma erf or w
Just Imbe the kM. ryou k a
was bho prIvate prowty:
tl a way to evordyMefrour
the wommas At to hrm all
to raise chldmen ad what
.for thi prtleelar me; ateON
oal attstomo. y"u m l, with
as a star performer ao y my
sittag there wIthout a ehaIee Mo
word sad tookt astf v we t e
apologle for being e earthh., '
"Don't thtak *thatafs y, *r WIN '
hs friend. "How yawr see ofi
hbo umkr"-New TYork Ga a .
RuMng P.er. t eo C *
If sen feal e etmulatfta. lUlS u,
HotiUN try yearw tlek -
wh you see w n oe m n M ore aM a
car. It's a good, easy way t3'
mine the previous tiavbog
prsmt eecpatUo of the M At
You wil one Mfllow dfaba
toward the ear with a long.
atride that manaly amr atmgthlglt
no special trtalaig In tbq epfl*
old tn coUege reaw el tsa l
out by the way he throws hi t.
f&Lmmt. B a hih bretd teota.
some wadd" an M d u age
tbme tthe Peertal category oft
boaean mea" wbose duty to tdmw
sM robbed thbe of wtd dM
Othem ae gettlta meo tihe
aean of tolrdupohl but 'lp
that malse to bhow Ye tth*
nt ot eo af Itr i y au U
type at vrttahle triumph
utal a seri e car w d to
W1o1t me aou4 w dt600aft

Te Jys of Life In Atme, 1
Ton must mever walt I4 9
the soor. s matter bow ea d o
ua ede1i wm w lM d a
Ouater year to raIe a WBot
tnatly and a patella We la sm m
ether ha1d, be S whom oeu e m
beat a wBor, soew a hwWy
two the 4donws
ma au a'kfw l
SSn woe lT13i kw
ew p oletme alratly
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,aiuder Chapter 4671. At fm of 1899,
iii~',rirmi'f, eomxpan lesIwitahorirzed to0Iratjisac buaidnesuu In Florida.


WIL.!IAM V. KNOTT.
State Treasurer.


Coming Regularl -DR. E. H. ARMSTRONG.


e Theatre


'J. I P K. RT, J. W. DEILLY, hroprctors.





Life Motion


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4l


Eye


Specialist.


The well known and established Specialist of Jacksonville will make regular
professional visits to Tallahassee every sixty days.
The Doctor's home office, No 9 Laura St., will always be left in charge of Wa.
distant, an able Speciali-t. Dr. A'mstrong has been a practioneer for sixteen years n
a graduate (of three of the leading Optical Colleges of America, and some years ago
'an understudy of one of our leading southern Oculist. Dr. Armstrong has made a-n a
and most brilliant success in his profession, and is proprietor and owner of one of
finest and leading Optical Institutes in the south, located at Jacksonville. The D
makes professional visits to nine of the best towns in the State' every sixty, days
has perfected many and most wonderful cur-s in complicated eye trouble and all
of reflex trouble, such as headache, nervousness, stomach trouble, in fact any n
reflex trouble, which he overcomes without drugs or preparation, also the straigf
of cross eyes without the knife. He can be seen personally in next month, April
flice will be at HOTEL BLOXHAM one day only. A visit will be made every m60
L4f


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March 9th and 10th


Also showing of the latest Spring Styles
In. Waists, Skirts. Suits and Lan.
gerle and Sllk Costuieb~

Our entire spring stock Ia all other
department* is ow In.

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L N. LKI, Mahm. James Moody, on Lake
W|sfl. Stub: r- Munson. Extra good
Tobacco land- well wat-
B Iamtr, Claerkeu. ered and well timbered.
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MM**irs r Splendid mill site. For
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S" w t, Mswerage connection, large lot.
S trsa Nm bearing about 6 bushels. Nice
> 7 )for potry. On N. Adams half
4 block r post office. Built by owl whose
business has taken him out of town.
No. sR.
$900. A nice 4 room cottage in good
* neighborhood.
No. 6 R. .
$960. A good 4 room cottage, corner Duval
-and Georgia Sts.
I have a lit that is interesting. Some
property listed but not 'to be advertised.


Timber ad Fnning LdS.


No. 1 T.
2000 Acres in Leon county, Township 1 W.
Range 2 and 8 W. on Oeklocknee river, about
4 miles from railroad, only about 10 miles from
Tallahassee. 150 acres cleared. 75 acres un-
der cultivation, a 7 room house and a 4 room
' attage on the place. After being cleared,
theme will be fine farming lands. About 1800.
Acas IN TiMBEt, MOSTLY PINE. Owner
says will cut about 4000 feet to acre. Consid-
erable hardwood. Look at the price--$10,000.
Only $5 per acre. The timber alone is worth
the price.


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1000 acres, takingfI t o fl"t g
Midway, Gadsden qointy, eaM A
Spring branch in middle oft
tenant houses.. 400 acres M I
Good tobacco laud. S0 Ma W
Fine graing land. Pries o$1 pe
No. 2 .


375 acres, about 3 miles (omk
genttrrolieSaid table I-ah ,
clay sandy soil.
ant houses, good dweolingfar
3 good barns. About 700b -ar
Price $7.000.00


R. GRIFFIN JOHNSON, Real Estate Broker.


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Office 103 S. Monroe St.,


Marine Bank Bailding.


Tiodilihas- e, Fla.


Associated with J. T. Berait & Sem
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ARRIVALS.


SPRING SUITS and Extra Trousers-Just in.
of Tans, Browns, Resadas, Greys and Blues.


garn ent making.


others you haven't seen.


fit very long.


Made up in all the new shades
Tailored by a real artist in


Several models, all new ones-The Paca,


The Unique and


We can fit you now-don't delay-we won't have your


Our prices on these suits will entice a sale.


They are $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $22.50.
Our Extra Trousers are the Choicest lot you've ever read about-all the colors


that go this spring.


Tans and Greens in Exclusive Patterns.


made "on a model" and will fit.


These Pants are


Full Peg Top, Wide Seams at Side, Side Buck-


les, Belt Straps and other additions that add style and looks. Price $2.00 to $5.00.


We can fit you now. See us.
VERY SINCERELY,
ALFORD BROTHERS.
Phone 39. Tallahassee, Florida. 140 S. Monroe St.


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Chaireo, March 2.-Mr. aid Mrs. IN t,7'jmS uA.u,,.3*r
Strickland. of Tattnall county, tGa. ,r- arjdhmht* w 'g'7 .'S A g SANDERS ]
daughter, Mrs. W. il m. Rev. Mr. *'t # SANDERS
Wilfuns has already taken Mr. Strick- .A.. -..a--- r JACKSON'
land to view our capital and n uratl r11 a biw r 0.1ig n. Of *, ,JACKSON1AUa
he s charmed with its natural as wei r,, p l1at w e Sm-d I t i .
as its artiicial beauties. A pleasant i tfheeaws a |n hbMhias M
Item of the day with them was the *m4*&emw.- m isr. ,,
handshake chat with the governor, "t % an t b i e* *. hV0ante B
d,..,, -''----Favorite B
Mrs. Milles, of Lod, os been son L a em6ihe oonmt FeB
visit to ber btotho.E C 8mit litsince 6=110 4 9 asb mm Insidem y.Sn
Saturday. Mr. sad Mrs. Vrank rowoelI kf.htAb 6 mi .k" p. .... the S
--a esterd eeay t r lse rPowell Ai fricdll
father. Mr. Smth asa boon an invalid a W3Ui n it
for a loag time and his friend.are sor- typ e_
ry to No hia in auch failing health. I10 M1M0 ,1t,13M" i O Agricul
Herry Boyd Is having erected a large Lms 711. 1 1I
.toreh.nsat Nay for the pur"po. of *S. .,. And all Fe.
seling iroreries. Mr. Upchurch is i -I iLt.oI i tdok l A allm Fe
having another built in which to supply eRO lMt1 T 'l3N I di M DANI ,
be people with dnr Wen. wiUe ag s-- a-. lri J. R. McDANIEL,
nie prpelst IChre, and our peo- mmes 1 .sqwe e CM
ple den't ven believe la point.. so mfhM"M IAiebmsh ** *
Mis Georgia Polkel is visiting Mrs.Ise.. er sw. a bssk r ssa, A
W. T. Snipes ed Mrs. J. C. Upebure 4 hs2s,, sabAlm s II p -rmINl.e-
at Maeo. s sl I M t
Kin Dett Chairm. returned from a M_ job
several as* visit to the Misses Gel- slt. If; ianes--
er at Lloyd. Miss Dott was one of the i os im tJ-astiks, O 1I
howe e at an e ntertaient'euist wa evon- NOW il IUIdJ1Sh .stbw. .ss
lrog givendby Miss Ira Davis. Mio la. ji eW aesE
LAuy Mcsres was the other guest of t ,heiri saiisisear e hen 6_WOW

duhonoer n.r.Elisr.heis s WWIure andw

sm r the aftending but &whie at fre ,* 45 s.aCOM O
WealM dtl Mrs. Htfbtower nIhaw Iay s
TeMr. and Mrs. Cof D. J. Gnglish. of Ta lAs.! MO M.
tall cms. outoa.voei. Dr-. 38 Li th Str
d ndW. Enli,_ot turned, ,i. ,. Dte m v .r to Ud (
oare a thae aft d Some, but hnow ife ta for tel Norther of
A.,,,H Mrs. -Hhtower boa .IS. mael, .. I s here with
proved. att96M_,


Tei anaft of D. P. Go vnlngtlaud I ROOT ANDA. o.

ltra L himself)td at Mrsto Madp tht LoIs E Coba,
es i. ts of true friends Crofte Known through
se ~ a deig h. k soStai for the Northern of their Marvelous

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littl of real abi ang ftriedship, awthl ebIn.r



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