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Title: The sun
Uniform Title: sun
Sun (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Physical Description: 2 v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Sun Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Publication Date: October 20, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 18, 1905)-v. 3, no. 47 (Sept. 12, 1908).
Numbering Peculiarities: Published at Tallahassee, Fla., June 23-Sept. 12, 1908.
General Note: Claude L'Engle, editor.
General Note: "If it's right, we are for it."
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Volume ID: VID00050
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Other version: Morning sun (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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the s butcf-wW twob vW '"01-
fairs, on All A41na o~r4 P6W
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wielded in the powe*fuanlt of theediofr
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gentlemen, ftthat he 16 AN UMI- g eesjILA4
his dztqa -a&
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S-"thePIen RV rour modem dI o, at bO.00eac..

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jMiib surveyss and uperintenu w

0 re I *a rtad d to complete the ty tsys
Iob dredges s .are now being used by the
MN&JS Val r radilyt e5alte 200 cuco Paris o,
or or SoYIardsqa2~b
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Mame per Mddtbh.
Sour dredges should complete the entire system
Ico mapf d'brvers are o rar I htmb.,

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i )s rather m re than the=II buI"
sad. "ala NiW." The' matetL wi ls
Ste f or aI prod of toe 7y be iner-aaltynurds at eat huadred r

eas, rtom k or muc, well within the estates

mu----Ama~AI o, ., p.--,-,d
t.elft ti ?t of dredil, cha aMt
u d rr0ts of CoL I. Kreamer, V. P. Kedler,
ad ya personal ,perieme i nCutting the arlous
Dism s Wanals; the srves of Gen. Gillmore,
t.L UscOrr Ot Deee,IIt Uut Caldwell,

aud-so St" o, tse adoby
Or'O "P*,maps, estimates, Sel
liso IV46etthe B.arofin.
otIthe State of orod&
Stht atrar Wto the frequet de.

car survey s by the U. S. anslbRloga Deprt.
kUaiob yopatios sad Iadividuals;
S. &LS" -A-WA w s sad maps, estamates
SetTerMs to asple e, at a wet
~~at of the surveys, maps, pam"e
kteE by the lrida "Ma
< Ilsathigs id$ Sqar Compeay," rsstatung
thee full cors t a mests menths of aruous
4 thjZD aisrm", Dual DaMsy
U, the H"h"Mt; the ,1. 3. tJmlo
usler L W. Newmad; also
.m1d lees ade J. 0.
Fi*Ii J. IWbbew l o which with maps,
saw ** 7. wi ith h
Theew' to attitude' of Lake
The tera rac5er of the material to
"ths aSiy drals this
Th wate *a |the m*, its value w r
the at d drme Ise PVeMd by

do of ~ftU-A~i~dtM, qp-t

fall, 10,000.000,ooo00
yrsmt. rain fall,
0,000.I OR," 26 per cent.
5000 .OOo .mblc To be cared
by dls natural or artl l. (U. 8. Geeolo.
tepOrt, 100). Monty off," 416,600,-
able' yards. Dally "ruMa of," 14,000,000 cubic
Average 4* Wih 6mi1a '(6000'x10
i t aiste cro t lo)". Iga *eloclty, 18,-
RIWOobble fardi.
lt of drainage capacity, oVer average "run
N4," 450O O,40 cWiy ipW4m".WW
Size of Canal, Length, A Mi rdth.
New River, 55 miles; ano0"sautchee, 23 miles;
1t. Lule 3 miles. Total eac 100 by
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SIncluding a daily "m or f fall) of 14.
W00,000 cubic yards from t ( atiro water shed.
with an average output of0 .OOio cubic yards
dally, and average eace.m o. aubI- yards
dally iwulroqU Ma d8 m.5l., 4o i cfrav, five
oI Md days to ig Il IeA ix feet.
E Ixtl"i *run or (vinn, N ioanals will
lower the lake aIS feetla ttda, or seven
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The lnimom dally out OOO le yards
Se oran off"
Te 'l av"ea e d1aly GIMt eiiwi Maw mximum
rn o'-of the eati r *w.- (14,000,000
tublo yards) by 40, oSNe a latitude
ample for all pramtita w! k.

DeAi. of Chata Vet V# "tput.
"NOw Rttir Canal," 10 feet.
Total fall, 1.4 ft, .1 e
tlai rVelcty, 2m iles
per bur. Ii000tlalo
cno o.per w W y`edy per
lMinltum vloelty, 10 by4"i.h i 6, 15.6
fall .8 feet per i=l, 1. ..97
ates per hourm.
MalUmI output, 100 by 4 cubic
nrd5 p le; 7;.ie1 iS cubic
yards per otr: 1 u Iu I 0 day.
Average ofpt" 4ay,
.f~CInnha OS git> SPW by t10
fM. Totfl IUl ISt l IM-aE Ie.
h itilw. 3U llhet pa : miles
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Isitil OutPt, hu1g ae per Boar;
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The *TlaUoe o te ofice of State
Auditor Ie t & t4 r,-ti8 one, in that
it differs froa t ot a er State
office. Under an Actpa4 la 18T
the Governor was aut to ap-
point an agept to exaIUn the books
of any county, upon the tquaest of the

Hon. Ernest Amoe. State Auditor.

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Aveap utpt,601440540 cubic yards P daY.
m kwAa' of Veipalty and IOvtati U

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.6oir. egms, 1.73 m ilsa per'
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of Drainage Commlssioners w il y are Pth
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cubic yards In 20 hours. u apprsta should 1
run tt a"d day with tw" full MAeN ,
Aond lvere at leakt 0 d6yt oiinlta wtOr alk
or 100.000 eubte Yast one halt MnUe, per mNOth. Or
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I after, In New Te d oity, the ma
of the erop to be raie tlhia
by the compmar. Tha Talua.

th Leon County
asses end of the business will be un-
the management of Mr. G. W.
This company has already prr-
tatd a tarm of 8W arW located six
iles from Taahasee on the line of
It ., I & A.R By which will be
I smm M the Sfa n laW s arm. More
oftos lead is designated am
so ansp of Leon 6oaty a T
work bas already begun aon the
ayf; a alde track, ad oemesal oar
loado of lumber are ready to be rua
ma rMe trask M oon as complet-
3 the bildhulindlat bban ta
Iepe and shad-ior, the powlag
momu wll be ruahD to mpieta a
h~ai a I s ho, o~htaten to
do th a, aogpfar aoom temew
late shadiag M acres the Irst sa
M a will attas to laah thisU
of shad as at as it s praoe
mesite selected oe a tN t cam
paay an opporitulty to get the ame~
SInMH r for the saesetal opera
.ttoi M2 It baeg located tIa
(sh e where there Is a Gousd
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Not an Anti-Drainage Champion

Coming up on the train the other
day with Mr. Hilburn ot Patnam
County he rather took me to task for
mentioning him as one of the cham.
plona on the anti side of the drainage
debate. I defended myself by calling
attention to the fact that I had aseen
the announcement that he was going
to make speeches In different parts of
the State printed in a publication of
some, limited, circulation. Mr. Hl-
burn remarked that he was attending
to his own private business and this
occupied als entire time; that he did
make a little antl-dralnae speech at
the time Mr. Carter spoke in Palatka,
but he did not wish to be considered
a an antidralnage orator. I mention
this In the hope that Mr. Hilburn
might ose it and this will prompt him
to correct the Time-Union writer
I who wtlo'os him again this week as
one who will make antt-lrainage
speehaaes at variou placs.
There is no partular harm in Mr.
SHilburn making an-drainage
speeches, ut If he not 8oing to make
L them he should not allow himself to
be classed among those who are.
d The politician, like the little bus
r bee, Meks to Improve each shlnSia
a bowu and he I instantly watchin
a te et er eowand keep-oitaboa
L hi, to e that n one gets a bulp
M that MIGHT be ngeoAs. Just no1
tha Hom W. B. lmar has aln
- coMdrera proaine M, of the na
tieoal kiad, by making speehas li

behalf of the Democratic nominee for
Governor of New York. In diacum-
nlg Mr. Lamar's campaign tho other
day I heard another Florida politi-
clan say: "Well, that's Juft my luck.
I thought of volunterin-g to help
Hearst out and I might baq gotten"
as much prominence as Lamar Is get-
ting, but one of my friend talked me
out of It." -
This reminds me that Congresman
Clark s still so much lndilpoed that
he is not making any a w Sena
speeches. oiamae a ain
come as blesain In I, and
this Is the deasination thati wold
put upon Mr. Olark's p lcl Indspo
sitlon, because It be b.a been well
enough to carry out thA promdI of
those who proclaimed him, I think
erroneously, as getting rady to take
the stump agalst draa e would
have made a very series polttoal
blunder, because he aeb a would have
been able to explain to th people whY
It was that he was on the aide of the
I drainage question espouNse by the
As the people begiq t0 aiea the
Seal merits of the verjadW
I tion u told and epMaWne
SBroward, the Ule oplpoPMis 4aWtd
i by the oorporatlon deank awy lke
Sa mist. Tho people at Oi IWWWW
N that the governor's =,,Me WL- .
a their behalf while those
L rations are for themaeTei
a eo.

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For the reason that this is a very
Important period of THI SUN'S life,
and for the additional ,reason that
anything that is mportauce to THE
BUN la also Important to Florida.
THE SUNn belug a part of Florida
without whipk Florida would not be
nearly so well off., it seems fttlogf
that a little SUN space, which be-
longs to Flp0 4 *A houl devote
ed, just about pw, to /jU
During the past two wees livlta.
tons to the number of evea thous-
and harw e sea n t by T SUN to
SUN reaers. 'thee Invtltons, p.o-
litely wold wore to the *foot that
THE SUN would welcome renewals
of subscriptions sooompanled by the
cash. th v, AJ on the aim of
THE SUN a t (ktA and a little
bit of SUN history given. It was not
praotltab1s t'ead oAe of these l nvi-
tatloso t eY eder of THB BUN
and for the be f thoteh who' did
not reeve them, as well as for the
further tuI i of those who did,
the Itory THM SUN lai nW retold.
THB $UI grew't of 'a Idea poes.
sessed by' ,r wgefAn editor that the
people of tbhi State would like to
have a lotu,tdeVoted to the print.
nlag of t6hiosoaty ie withet a*
oring the p traya to sult the Inte.
eats, the W~mi tbhe otioms or theO
commands of any one; that the pe&.
ple 9f* 9 tolhave.
palustnkla p bukth to
am tbua
by a theirA
tronag who
the ibet agme to
a matter of a enterprise;.
that there twhin" Whleh
needed to fiC ih, ominog o*
der the Es!4rohable things,
no one eed to be willag to tln;
that abeetItia#y astar as the
Itntatiod of kMus treaty and
proneae.. t *to would perto
preseatlng mtr 14 o terest to the
ople, was h l6, wte hih tar
4laas abhdtA a*ati t.e m

ening of the turgid style of dry set- trips to Tallaaae. the
Ung down of facts would be appro. THW UN lea daoh
elated by the people. what eme &d tb" a.
This was the Idea out of which buslaes, arraogemes t *
THE SUN grew. Nearly twelve vantage of thMispo.tmlt
months have passed sloe THB SUN of TH SUN, wb ose
la ts present form was presented to nearly maU t sh ,.lt 1
the people of this State. That It was poepany ori e4 or I
presented weekly to more people In =4oo, secured eoatrol af
the State THAN ANY OTHER PUB- Publishlng -0lpasy ,If
tIOATION WHATUVBB. croulating wlMh has. tAeO MsO t fc
withia the State ulne. Is merely SO ,
Iciddont of the o .e ma ement.owera p .of t
whtch has no proper place Il thi that UN
story. to T an
During theme twelve months of -b" t
TH SUN'S life thisaournal has ex. oreased
perlened its abare of the pleasures such a p S
and trials that beset life's jourey, to met,
It has raised up for Itself maay pow. THE'|W s o
erful friends and it has aooumulate4d as It
quite a fair *k of, powerful eo be pnl t f them
emies. It anot tarted good Bpria
when it ran p the apmt pow, eW
erful oomblut in thetat.. 3 .. ..el .
tause it printed the truth about the podt. t ,

dispoosal, was WIdIeC aSlUt THyW UW o@re "IV 'TD U
SUN. i any detail Of bMaht storyLRA B
reoot, if every act set about at tI
pdtatioe had not bee s in. .aftetror ead Ti
not bd ~*,m sd d1WI
corroborated by the sibsequentSel tto*" th erA i'h s few
pening ina naval a*t r eN I' dertsa.*b W th st A e
journal would Iot ahe we empe. i within g THB a of
Stor tried aBsloit I t: o p wille MW hbwe bkt 4W
erful meL. Thovo =a by the It wl'mm mw eowtboo
truth, which, it has bemsBdld UKo, 9 will b okeup hOwl
ertul enough to s-etainM s adheW bp iytosM,* a; itiwb be ','
ets, the "UB beb* bEmot# aa Whatever the 'otunlty'7r I
near bringing about th total eU ywetent Is u t ee
of THB SUN. Bemose ot the the at thitrt
coreoeteUs of THB SUNS poM g e l g ieaeIt,
ths afler aftr red m wee wo0d whwlWAS MW t!OlotIr
were to williag to m It bil, and am
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L rapson's feeling well-nigh overcome her.
on Mr.Simppaon, tell me everything."
s sir, I will, Naturally Mr. Haviland was
V" bitt', and kis wife was almost craed by her
i .. laurl was their only child and both ptV
I rl alised her. I sympathize With them
Wtt' wuiL art.s Dr Futrliss made a statement
to T a I which he said the prescription
b W s -a-- properly killed, that a certain poison-
had beea placed therein. In sufficient
S fity to kill a man. Samuel had compounded
rscription, but he insists he put it up ex.
A. My prescribed. That's the whole case, colonel,
a"d ob," here all a mother's yearning, love and
'' heartflt p dig ame into Mrs. Simpson's voice
**I k amuel did not make the horrible mis
SI know it. He couldn't have done so. You
PRIM w 't you, colonel?" Her hands wert
what you say, Mrs. Simpson," gravel
eled colonel, "it's a very serious case. Dr
a P les hands high professionally in this city
1 am ""k to admit I do not like him any to
i* well, that doesn't affect his professional stand
S H, t' c 't promise any definite results but I'l
sgao and see what can be done. Who 1
ed jrout son's lawyer?"
... : 'Wpffi't aUy; I couldn't afford to pay vet
7Oi[ 6A-ch.jdf the IHavilands are so rich it would tak
Se to offset the Walent employed by theo
i I'A*oy' the state In prosecuting my son. O0
Col. Cheney, it's awful- awful!" and heart-reni
a*I lag sabs shook the little woman's frame.
,t', "There, calm yourself, Mrs. Simpson, your so
,* dsaiall-Btleast have fair play. I'll get him a lam
M yel; I'll am the boy right away and arrange bal
il, Meanthm you go home; Samuel will join yo
V., the e this afternoon; later I'll inform you what t
A,.I 4 6o., Ptbding the boy's trial I'll try and get hi
0641 onbe employment though, of course, he could
hadly expect to follow his profession until th
S east issettled."
."5 ; o004 bless you,, Col. Cheney. Mr. Farewell sa
Itdh 7 = Wold help me, and I feel better already."
'*' "I', P't do Impossible things; but I'll leave
It:- stoae untutuned to. find out the truth. Thai
W, wVha We want, Mrs. Simpson, the truth."
t VThat's all, colonel, and the truth will vindicl
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lima on left, and with his usual alacri
ey started to work on the case.
' called up "Central 2t26."
" be said, "Mr. Layton, please."
that you, layton? This Is Cheney ta
a you very busy nowT"
amIe back the answer over the copl
d ft I was I wouldn't be too busy to
I I could for you. What's up, colonel
k pse ~or you. Not a big fee, If any, I
bi act and a heap of satisfaction for i

on to explain over the wire; besides
sot yet complete. I'm going to
n, ; af ,B e W, n4 will see you on my retu
e way, Imay want you to go bql foi
"All right, t ,ol d1 asYouaee "At I'll Wt
S*.b1 .A. Vo- i we'llgPo to lnhnda together."
nIh.Ll mh imaml tinw ,,am.,g ,All Uight latest; good-by."
l* B IMr. -maes aytmV wa a. very shrewd law)
hofnyg t lto AbgSk t 3 Mad alsom depeMeatly rich.
g N g O PsmittsA his plestesa because he liked It,
jth s ta etanu etrag ttI v the hltuas to receive a fee did not affect him
heMad sheo pro-a6 A. > Hea. -He and Chew were warm frim
*Sttft as almM. A.SM ,aMl agi4 e s eas wa always glad to help the other..
da atet U, ieA gsater ttal u w L Dr. As MHar. hSMoP had stated, Mr. Havilaand w
Paateskas VW s, ttaQ thea4 1 *agA low yrs aM d tamneatal man. His stately hI
Scripumi X Havlta al ,tMI to Ark._Ifa I More drive was one of the m
Rhpte IWO rt tamI Iela Iuum t m lb i i the city. He would leave no St
medicine to thM butter. That Akt I m0',k ,N. SMS*I to pesteo te man responsible for
lead died.. T vmeM an. i~/Ak e ,u". i deth,
,eslt aaeeO 1aM a rratee qM a the physician in the cax.
sen I sillang the unawdimt' Agcate1 0aIi s -a *as -a w bls deoto?"



S. praPtir e was',e
Srieof xper p hehadaA
W",', laterre n PIA
War, ...

He had hMarl ot one r fwi uv rB .'.
tions which he 4 ais lived
in great ,1% SI Ii uI suite of
in grat 04.edIn his
officers, and
position. without
At ii o'clock e.p .
request he wM allowed to lW ie Simpson.
Cheney looked the a, Mroughly.
He was a clea-a brown
eyes and hair, and over his
face. The colonel tth interview
he had had that.l6 trot Frank.
ly sad honest wl to
cft"# 'il he *I *dd
k la numbers
of paeoyiptioUs w. day. He
could not remember bof any
one he had filled. Butule
that, eah preicriWlon e ,It was
filled. SBmpson had do'-S, pated the
filled prescription in l t. purpose.
After he had given tk IIlands'
waiting butler the matter I sl mind,
and he thought no mo0e of That
was all.
"What hours wereyo in the
store, Simpesoa?" a t I
i "I came on at iiht
a save for an hottr r ;6r,
"About what tim WMi
r "About five in the mber
"And Laura Haviland died at midnight the
o same night, I believe?"
I- "Yes, sir."
1 "You know Dr. Furnis?'.
I "By sight, yes, sir. He's beie in the store sev-
eral times about medicine."
7 "Been in there since e. 4 died'
Le "The day follow t n the morning,
m he case in and Itkedt 4 preIoription book
h, -said he wanted to look up certain prescrip-
d- tion he had given a man some time ag."
"Who was there while he was looking up this-
n er-prescription for a maI L r" '
w- "Why, no one, air, as I reeolleet"
l. "And you were with him all thet e he was In
u the store that morning?"
to "Yes.-Walt. No-let me thiak' He did ask
In me to get him some morphine tabets one-eighth
Id strength for his hypodermic caas."
sl ."You got them?"
"Yes, sir; I went to a room bettd the prescrip-
Id tion case where poions arekept, aMd eured what
Dr. Purnisa wanted." "
no "Hqw long were you gonet
t's "Two minutes, possibly. Not Over three at the
kto "Very good. And the ne#t you kanw was your
ty "Yes, sir."
"Where has the prescrpto %ooK be'ben since
your arrest; do you knowVt': _
"The officer arresting me AJ I by a
1k. man from the proMwutor's.. took the
per prescription in question wits I suppoIe it's
per to be used agal* na,"
do This concluded the InterWvie. ,ObswR: nged
Iut the bail And seat uel hoa ti mo ter with
ut an WlJUnction to ay nothing abaut (s riLe to a
rou oul and to report at Chenmg's o iat aine the
next morning.
Then Cheney went to the m oce and
the obtained an extract opy of the< Gi preip
rn tion. He phoneda d# iuthrtei tWilm at
ra. Layton's office. (Guthrl thrle w r itagwhen
a Caeney arrived ,
ait out and get 'a pot on Di' IarUiis;
he has offices n tho Renault Trhere's
about a hundredtI 'in nI., but
ye ur unis is the ki A ofth t r as
s style goe. Don't lose orght O
Md row morning. Report to i A t
in Gutbrie went and j heardd
ads, Cheney's admonltion, sut: *

o spoke to you.about,
oest While at luncho b t.h e
his young Bimpson, sd whea Mi a.
toned he lacosalepl : w eO aiso
Was prt it." .whh -tM&
His Chey near ans t




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like, and
or, who
sword, a 4
never opA
the Iheerl
distanced Me tle
If themt W
would be a
clash of
sound& W
fought 1lo Mke a
but when :.O e0
His life reas t I
his fathOer, wr
Land, war a.l hbl
Philip of FaGoeI
In No d
He w"t io t
for keeping ftMm
Alloe, a Prta so
King's most trusi
man's wel-bePOW
billion, chased
Inoe, and O
Henry was
"Richard of t
indifferent to the
was before eaer
m'ad'nwt. is
filial ond4
of the dead a
contrltioe, -
to the H Lai
Leopold 4
comread la atra
Hern waal ean

wn thar. who
e bk but for
Bueut, Richard
put to music, It
Sbwle call and
ior mad softer

= (te.

it wu this ci titltfj
to let fly the banner of At
Acre, sand thus from one
quarrel between Leopold
dressed, iIally -W r
kicked the Dflke. b -'insu
too serious to end here, a
make Richard py for thl
relactance to l
atedmPhilp, pwhalftm
was di ooTered tMW t dtuo
lal oshemes thsa that o
French Kin 's ister.,
MnArled at Cyprt, t Be
We This discovery r
trop' and return home, t
S army under the Dukbe
ho Ble of Jorusomsl.
ed, rmeanedd l the
pd If his own alllef
de, and not so Saladte,
.ant utunded admirstlo ft
a u'tmaa6. And at this tn

t, and takes prteOUW r
fenti enemy Leopold.
mas Nmperor were both dlhted
he wa taken to Vi.nna, M d wag
"Ina omaies, he w ti
ia ele thaelo otb
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Richard that we-. o-oa-ouaaI' c
when the smoke obate lifts,
that he eally seaeI to have

vesatant d IMonsaome to his 01106at 9:80 the "Oftover to MY 0o6Sce nI'll jive fYOU AbosIUsaMs ~Nowad Lv'b rbhd~ a

Guthrle h~~~ad ibund Dw. e" hnth
Furnias 'Wme aaume I outwat p gJrlwhen ial* t *
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came out in L-- atmid MWd in e U .

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1 uott bWlthy conditlon ind a D WOWu, Wetbiernts of the
re ebowte 'popular vote, and It Il de rely to the mod-
odo ~t iing pdbli do*Mm, t rbonslble for
prfopr u oe In tbrm frnOSeM&lair acts.
re"oa Why'there Is ore iof It I b t l l iIn the his.
Hi country, Fs, I hae sld btmM,, MPtM I OF THE
Y, with but 'few exceptlo*h, is li*A t 0r' OONTROLLED
ipers are established nowadays by olWha me partlcu.
h object to accomplish and the"ad it" ;1.
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21440 in APM of thiW6I de"wtm I HOW ~WRI al
-- fidte fmf or"! 1011044'.m by,
.*only sohmas to whose
wiles odd X mmsi*Ms qww5 Wi7tmW Oth4ieton ot
M~oak als"ae"Is"'a r nIi Nib" ai~t heI.ban

., Socity Wih a qood,
Infor the city of Washinton, capital of the l recently
tor a ahp tr. of 'The Chldren of the ,gor.W, iQOlI.catiol
Confederater of .roof of direct bdesmt m, tasl who aided the

thei ojects f theI society are t Siotudy ofot and n oprtec-
larly the principles which underlay -th and e fo l-' te sbrit e
leOf t life tb this ociletyl -- d r e*4 b, d. .
', T ts torbesr s Incree, and its In fco UtloIIi'dhtes are
locted IN VUY PLACE where Co6fede r4A i' 5eti on

The erot stuMle of the tutlD* -'. .... p teo.plte b etbrlghtest
pIn the --m h, tOfnfof-IOUL-nti sglones Slo j f W blahidrol Of

b#M.di -of their Wlitcal Institutions are-w-telrt the
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fAWTNVI A~lbhthe Vacck,~ton 6Cane

AA PM v t,6 ept 27 lastthere apperd in the Ilksat r,~oander date a
F71,"Children Must BN Vaci W olutn", J";uaIt~ IPN
dPublic I f~tonr Duvoi Q t, r **n
parnt. o~nand teachm b a~dto tdo 'IstSwee

t ota sahoolBoard, or Of I~I i teerof Ai
aan t Y school or inst tos c to b1
coan**t prodce tabt
IT nrvU~lo vat nd dorct~on hIs ve n hieI

Wh J -T'po rter w a member of the LIgnluatue la 1ot: he made
* s vaor acil'Sat1on lawaueD s bait,
t of W. of ,at bo, HAD th XMtObd
6 a ,a ry legislation the State BoMrd of
9to empel school hildfi soorr ay one else to
Sarec ltisens of thisStatehave a r to

o tbof the pewle even It the rights are
T eb a oud I T CANNOT B enAe.
T I Board of Health or any one ste, WM
$$all r I es,as a dnsoruus disease. The perentage of
deatbo v8 l s nmall compared to thole from typhod fyera,
tb enolt a1d a other dnis ses agalant whleh the State Board
H,.. It)t Is baf*thed by the application of eop at
water se at nadh m* to cleanly habits.
nnt su carried of its toward of Health rope uld prpde4
thove rth t realty In the number of de ths following are s

well ~be nse of rth aid poor alith proke.
o -this' dBay, instead of a rule compelling vaccnatIon, If one be
made, compelltn a soholar to daily show a serteate of h been bathed
beae tm. a ohool the publompa health w thld be frcon ed to a higher
manwfP sfety-e condition not to be gained through Iaeoulatlo of
tbmoderi copndtlos emadlo ies a d~ nas which the St Boarto
6rti s time that people bound bye aelpeve of pthe ion o M a4
clnU ,'ilah In no case HAS BEEN PROVEN to prevent the taking .of
water j at wrone to Inoculae h alth heu. a orgnsm with the

poi pbalned from a runauig sore op the bo f o t a cow.
It was t. ev.a reedy, r t the appltime oon of whlo there was some A
Cu., l, !eddy days 6o medial practice before the aseptic treatment of
dle e td even he ea rd ot.d
Th wt w aa befof the besathl to do even i DID happento be a BAD
Swell b e onl to llvln were developed to the point to
In tho belee in vtead of a tion e vompel teod,, but lot not fore be

thilg e preyentnve, which lt many epses IS WORS and ln NEWtLY
AL de., mpelt D aholas the disea tslf a, upon those who exerc be thedi
oomo eta do no b notve to Int. ned throh
O rmoderState Bo0td of Health lea no deuteorty to ompel oldre to
to be vdiortualw, nor hasI it the authority hu to Ka THOM IROM AThe
ENIM T a oIbUineId a HOOLS, whon points FUS Tbody of a o
t tlherok remedy this presentplication of vwhi tnaheon iWAs evolved ex
Itfrom w a o of the without ay o ets to b DID happen he oa BADd

thf WOa t natui n It by oltlng authrrit e oeminentla tthe

plai tM St. rlair A nms as.4 atoonis
1 1t W believe vacation bvfttd but l u not fore
t oentive, which ev many aMy WORSE and w In NEARLYth

AL AD AO tahe ad It upon thos brought oexe this s
o0=r from the digalty of ah pen o al saity to omne childre

Cdi tilgWG ~'A'" It resuts In a vIndletion of the s uevenor, the State
willbe nted home If, on the outhor hand to t K ets E FROM AT-d
tiN t PUBLIC the State, while atearg henllato, wRIll US TO SeI theCT

wca th iaa be seastation of sveta e evolved

Sto ato ta ssk the bartup l he aod
or- apy n p h dwre to aT the tro
but I aom ca Mead
ai~w~r view ofMUM or TM

toojjui^^'ll ^ from the ifnity of a pefoi Bulk to 6" of slhe

atok t~s

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certaDn meue oW
ielt to the codadut of
not be a bad o 4$t'$,
paper should have a
should be fet'
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Ied Sundal
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Sd be too
.W o

Sw wime an
u r0..4 Mied't walk a
-bad.we 4 In ol
d o tried, an
S O Viatl 0 with me"-
'to ,work, too. Sh
In Itoviss. But shi
p 1 a gasp. "Sbh

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Swe, uo'n r
EI"5 ansleoVA, "bu
u una lo back
curod u her. Hie
'-Whydid yo blhit
ri'W'bs aoe fItsclnat
t U e the lttle fellow
o 9 tifaction.)
I; he would only
Uoat. "She has been
M rkq' tha boy went
i saan
nd taat'
Ij sown town Ann
ot the boys and

a IP too She
I il Only thi
= Imm hnme
t 0 "ut Pt
en't ge

w to getibhack either
f nl l,*I. M fVyou
~UA~' s somebody
a hey a put
W 4ol4e IFOt WL And I
Ile and I only had
I w bakfasut, Jurgis.
work either, because the
t lto shutdown; and she
oa with a basket, and
'wa a 'tor aer
SWa erat an--
sopJI the
WI. Wo i Ut-feel-
t 44It'rVa like
I0t ofhie, n
i ln which a man

to fhIm that ..mother
lhyi little
( ant help

rem aythiag here?"

.! L. iarmnd him uncer.
"- T eAn well ," he
_tLy i .,,' 5 sut enly ) rweollect-
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a^SS^^Ai Its is' u
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n ai Clas .lar-oMff od!
street before him; tat be as a t free mat. 'I etion

o0 4 thaw a et In; a as alien ram-* Masosee.
r Ballitg, given l byaitwa dt pmeredowe n t the
S to the boos. .e t stop h
lovereat when h to con
k &anor, and so hMa rd eut la the paBik 41 reach
swaouin had bn :40inceau B
SW old n o sad ime round
Sor waa be 'tey OW U Uit any
a trudged on, the in e t through. t anil
4 There were six Inches of w lush on with the
I t Iddewalk, so that hi ft w, ould soo no
Shave "Mbee Po ad en r bee n Bo ; *B> then he
, oles In theho. A .. ln rand at
Jus hla h o to. th t Ja le on the
. nd te work b e, quite
I any that he had done tihes cae to Chi- miatake.
cago; but even so he had not grown But the. b a different
t strong-the fear and great that co I ,
ej unon his mind had worn him ta#n. "ow tae ,tILrer|. Yes,
Sabshivered ano shrunk from the rain, hid. It had Si Bl a. yellow!
lag his hands n' his l sketmad ad hicbla The titt, wiow had
his Snen toetsber t. B V Idaw.,i bsen m It
e irouas were on teou the wa a Istrange it
n the country around tam I a i l Sea m ei i 4l ,ui
and wlid-on one side was th U a a on
o canal, and on the other a ro thra e R Anand
tracks, and so the wind bhd a p. orl .to him
After walking 'a ays, Jrt tlef little His and
ragmuffin whom he halle: "Hey, son- hisa mlnWdw i paint on
'i e boy cocked one eye at him-e kew the agent
t tha Jrrigs was a "ps bird" by hisd than had Overthe
. ead. "Wot yer want?" he queried nole t had for
B "How do you go to the stockyards?" Jar.- si x mq s a1
". odI a tpo," replied the boy. te t ain
Surlis hesitated a moment, nonplu d In, and i n he
Tnen he msid. 'i mean which is the w I 'putt ad te and
r "Why dontt yer say so then?" was the oonl. tBatA
Sresponse, and the boy pointed to the north. ed I I New
t waet aeros the trackse., "That way.", white cu a
"How far Is It?" Jungle asked. Then ai
- "I donno" said the other. "Mebby 20 .narst o he strg-
s miles or so." C gdt eS ome
"Twenty miles Jurgis echoed, and his out, atrnu. 1f. roey-
Sfce fell. He had to walk everyloot o0 It, cheeke9 fo1. er been
Sfor they had turned him out of jail without seen in -be
a penny In his pocket. Jun 'ed,
Yet, when he onee got started, and his came owa. .k
s blood .had warmedwthWlkn h or tI it!IIg bmw.Se.' 1 aWnd
,e o thinl t on tLu fever tti o h T o1i, i e4i ntt
the read u, Imaginatlons tnat ha -haunted Illa t
him in his cell now rushed into his misd at later 1e lni
once. The agonr was almost over--Ip wasi, tulr OW-.e l0 ,gco, the
fLP| to find o aut; i&4 he, clenched hs1h44wds othh.l of'ley'll a d
a'-lm-pocket"s nse sstore, follow Ing his go s,,ii'

filing desisrealmost at a run. One- the 4b0 wad
bib -the family-the haouse-he weoud hePae iktmeditating
3 know the truth about them all I Andrhe ret b 17
,was coming to the rescue-he was free groin. I,t in
t agan Hi. hands were his own, and he '37 ,.,took bo.l *trt,.R--.g of the
could help them, he could do battle forastops, tog" ol t P- "Whath
them against the world. -whatareyou, n, ,flh" aged to
. F'or an hour or so he walked this, and -wgasp.tro ed to
then began to look about him. He seemed "s 1 'nsaithe
Sto be leaving the city altog er. The 6 oa" l the W'at do
street was trnang Into a count ey ro lead. "Youta"--J gI ea "Wh"t do
g to nthe estward; there Were snow-covy. lo 1wqt hert?" a i...
ere elds on either Side of him. 8oon he re.' answeredd the6 ,, ` iY "
met a farmer driving a two-horse wagon live here.".
loaded with raw, and he stop' him. "You live hereI." J s to e turn-
"I tis to way to the stockyards?" ed white, and el tore the
,u uraili. "eYou ie re'ismy
The aermer scratched his head. "I donne family?"
jest wer they be," he said. "But they-re The bolooked surprised. eO f mnly,"
In the city somwhere,a -,you're going he ec.oe. ....... ----I-i-,,,V----,
dead awayf rtm it aow.n" ,1 1And u 1"eI ta 1 "i
Jurges looked daned. "I was told this was-I sm ue
Athe wayo" heai.M,.h bt 0s oe s Ioe4, d alled:
""A boy." ofHey, mnt 4er 1 .'sa ow4l. he owns
S"Well-, loese he was PrlaSna Joke on A sout ottopo w ar t
ye. The best thing ye kin o -iis to rc-va th steatS "nwoh* e e o f et
and when ye ga., into town ask a policeman a t,. J itn W ae', WV .
I'd take ye In, only i 've comea o my tamIlhi"
an' I amloaded heavy. ofit t I"hr
wo ri to.,dolS Is my boaft he 'I
ward t a end of the morninghe at tod---... La W eAe
see ChiCAgo again. Past endisIeekwoeli. e wocan e wahs,
of two-story shanties he walked, a1long- woaling wita-ha rnith,- 4I std Wlke
woodpm sidewalks anc unpaved 'athwas r who i"kdike
tew blocks there would dbe a railroadcra mmy home, I t
ing oft the level with t he rherall a deathere i lie
trap for the unwary; long freit trains "You must be'alit 'Wwe
rea-*hIngtogether, and Jurgis would a a newhose.
abou aleWaiing b never .."What hav.b t'/M
sot6fo So me minutes fnd wagonsI n A light bid" Iofe

1m en eath u---..ea out of the rain, At where your family d't
such times Jurgs would d o under the the houseonly dw
Stskirng his lsIfio hi hand. nil nla w. ou iover
e olong.b ?4ri? over a river entad it? L 4 hItI

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Dr. Stuyvegi ooao ptpl

there wa going to be "something doing" in the
Simpson o. he wouldn't tell now, but they
could caQi & for ; good time; that wa all.
Guthrie was outed out; Cheney wouldn't trust
any othet of l force to do what he wanted done
that day.' ._
"Go out a4 find out all you can about the move-
inent ,of ,, rnMaU, oi tbe-Ah of this month
namingl s ie of Latura Haviland's death);
get it qu(let pkit can Pick up 1ioneran and
tell him I Wi turafs hbre at four this after-
nioon.' o'
The sleet tofite ft6i GuithriWe eyes ad he
did as he wam told, 1
At thee rep' td, Cheney listened to what
he had A mttered, "thought so."
At four o'clock Layton and Dr. Stuyveant came
in wonde4i whiat was up. Oheney never said a
word a 61, *4W uon hiu mind. A little wHhle
later Dr. r tLa e pam. In dressed like a fashion
plate: lon- g o t, ray trousere and gloves, red
hcart si t a t ck and patent leather
shoes. .u the part of a i"fahlonable doc-.
tor." ChenY. W, rmet him once and said:
"Goodnis an doctor. Of course you know
Dr. Stuyveeat aad Mr. Layton?"
Dr. PuralA iboweA slightly and said: "Good
evening, gedtlemenS, and then to Col. Cheney:
"You wilhja to we me about something, I be-

"Well, no nd yes. I'm not personally ill," re-
plied the ootMel, smiling. "I have been Interested
in the BiWm p. ca*e. You remember It doubt-
"The you## taIn who coipounaded the prescrip-
tlon for Lauii Htavlland and by mistake put In a
virtleftt t I Oh.Yes, tatnenember it."
"Mr. 1s Simpson's lawyer and Dr.
8tuyv called as a medical export
"It in come ien," said
Furnl to St "Thank you,'
"qu etlyT d Cheney continued.
"you vlland, I believee"

"An prescription which was sent to
Rhodus e to be filled?" Dr. Furniss
looked In Cheney's hand,' and said:
"Vas 6

were given the ch4d, one
nine o'clock. Coma sbt In
eight the child deid." I
well Informed," maid tie
o say is correct"
sure ,sptilcr1ptlon
as whet Itt
ave Alled
this questioning, Col.
speaks for itself. Dr.
ubtlAes identifW my had.-
r Na already done so. I
writing But I alMo
peney aros, poiatwd his
p In a voclf t.nZe wIth In-
know when you pgave the
It read: 'Tincture of opil.'

The was not there"
arns a rot, but Saed at
Cheneo ,* The latter continued:
"Who ti your professional isntlt
and _aod iIt was a drug, not disease,
that killed fa l to wonder what was
n the othoughdian with
grief, had IMI S oa to bottle for ex-
arnination. aou ,oulPt
Sevldeae there wa At ten the n
ou weat Into hbodua' drug store, doubtlesm
po"0el7y 0 Is at s *aMAwn o new Simpson


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If I did not have thq t i' ,, 4
afford to pay for this' advet semt. ad
sure to place on my IW4` b 4of *e.o ptIdAn4X
properties and make enough mtony in oommltaelonh pV,,Ia jto
make a good profit besides. hat i why I h!avej o vei
Why not put your #ropertyjitiiWtl (t wt

" I will not only be able to sell it oe u bu will he blto al1::
specialist In quick salRa. I Ibhavo40,U0 I0t an1
branch offices throughout th o nd, of moen d
I do not handle all lines ai I arre l od
SELL real estate-and *I"s of it- O t ii I -
out of business. On the oontray, 'eI t
twice as many properties as I d.55e p ys ,a t i will
more properties. I want, to lit WYOv $I :.1% It ( t1 t
a farm, a home without any l4;.or' i4t doen
where it is located. If you wll HU it b IfV
today, I will tell you how and why I a ya* py t 4t
givy you my complete~ plan n

and to*rms for hndlingIt. The will give
even if you should decide not to had ber wrw M a
If von want to buy wy kipd of aei or btuini'
tell i', your requirement. I wil gua r an il them pr

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o;nA oheo see usome --d .'t ,,y
I*Ilb o*)(? t angish. And t Tc up C hobb to hi, fumbling "Yi, M dt ou
In her kIrt pIockt. Med wout atm 1 "1
to %.) A mon Iey. he ca't erb0 twd"1whave somet o
e 5 huddl It re odonto 11 out- btht,
thirty-four cts GOD now, ao Ie w& *oy h 0 rmam

it90 do, don't ntow, bu ohe's pretty kee after
m ooksl" lPuranU wloed aM Ohean promusiea the
W Word. 'Then we're olog to have that young
a relastWteo la s position, and Mr. Haviland
lpa sIsMsdloi of the truth. That's ll, Dr.

nigthe matter?" he
Y; to Fi could I rq a a over a sloon
ov -ana O o oa Ie u at r a My ot was another
an up, with- an, with a -aand oinlt a d g ht
S" 'g."-4m o' Jurgis went up lm, thresea
II 'tS up time.
ur"Mauame Haupt wu fling pork and
back Into the kitchen, onions and had her door if open to let
Moor' a I to out the moke. When he tried to knock
Isr t a r rs sol unon It, itswunr o'4athet at theway
t with horror. and he had a glilmp ofh with a blaec
rem bottle turned upo her 11.Th he

Sr mously f aat-when she walked she rolled
INoqlbJ inIs deadedan d lk mall otee oltheod ate
.IW ."keeanh other.
W" her.uer aoteha 5a thyiblue wrapper, end her
I m fr a she tonsoeedo teth"w.sblack.
"e n p "Borasone"" Is.1", she said whn she saw Jur.
Wh b t r He had run like madcl the a
0e Maia by the arm; she trem- warn soout of breath hetao .d hardly a k.
Sak h a whisper Lina hair was 6n and I eyes wil
AN 1 *--We have themoney." looked ilke a man I, arisen from the
t hisfta tomb. "My wife! he pn "
s00he all right, Jurgis quical o "t
ti .way-gaway Madame .unt set the trying pan to one
ti ,sideand wipb her nhans on her wrapper.
Sied Ju "on vant med to come for a case? she In-

,onsu Ua, it heowere go- ner. Htll-if-It is so bad"-
I Luddenly Ale get "Yes-it to i I" he cried.

AA Food for Both 4

"I've Just bim in o hai l," dead Jurign-
,.e was r o fe g dOt w won his knee
to the womian-a"d I4o money before
anad my family I a s et it rved."
"Where Is your ftlea, dot ought to help
you ?"
"They are all r." he answered. "They
gave me this. av eae everything
"Haven't you eot nthl youP can sell?"
"I lbave nothlI]t I have noth-
Ing" he erIa. -as .
"Can't you borrow ; ?n Don't your
store people trust yuo" Then, as be shook
his head, *ne went on.
"uIsten to me-I. you s i you viii be
g-ad of It I vill salyour1 wIte und baby
for you, und it vlli no Ikeo mooch to
yon In de ead. If you loo1 dem now how
you think on feel dofI Und hare is a lady
( t knows her bu{ene-I could send you
to people In di bleck, and dey vould tell
Madame Happt wa polntin her cooking
fork at Jurgis penrsU vely; but her

.. Before baby etonomes and during the
nursing period there is nothing quite
so gooa for the Mother as the pr ;'igested


The strengthgiv elements of Barley.
Malt keep up the vital forces during this
critical period and the natural tonicr.

proprti, of Hops insured byplaci ne
and induce restful sleep.
Malt-Nuotr Inceases the flow and richnus
of mother's milk, thus making baby Healthy,
Vigorous and Strong.
5.014 by all DruggIb and Grocers.
APrepared by

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IS a!WomaR that
niht iher free from
all suspicions 4 0 l i 9 0to t him back.
"Col. Ohey," ai~d u~ While tears of
Joy ran dow Iy qne ever repay
you for what yu lisvo Cone ,or us? How-
HOw.-.*" ". "
"You have ro Mrs. Simpson-
paid me l 't. O. with a, bright

ut'. If l faltered the
little woVlia. *
"The smilt ol s! or 9, tle iht In your eye,
the Joy Ia your heart are Ul reqompenIe for all
I have done", ,
"God bleo wr, olOtd./

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"Can't this be l xed upr' said Furnis, with a
sIi sile. He was one of those person who
sapptOW that every man had his price Just how
oIM t out of that ooe, he never eould distntly
tsmaibor, but he had a recollection of strong
ph tassistaneoo from behind.
An O er wa t by the prosecutor to arrest
bh that i after Cheo y had told his story.
t the bird Sd own, and money perhaps sved
him trm btn apprehaded.

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S 6 and 7,1906. Hi
S eGovernors of
Sit, a d &antu.
tural, om d dtorgnlatios.
He asksu tati a e or from
each StateO ty of 0tast ,ao
county, distilot Ad each comaer-
Cl trade o Go eTM of TerttrlW ,
Members of and pereetatives
of the Eol rtmnt of t de ov-
ernment, S eere and i tnbes o tBtste
Drainage are 187 to in
ex ofi0cio d ae. e o as
The ob the ference I be the 4Us
slon of the qu on
which are Imon allm and to *tat a
campal cation purpose of enlr ht-
ening the popular mind upon this very Important
object, to thtpay be
prepared to end on of a
practical and d talking
The Governor issued his call at the request of
the Oklah Cl Chlamber of Commerce, which
put the IMo of irainlke in the form of a
pamphlet A rued under the caption, "A
Few D
This cairorotsor of Oklahoma for a
National conferes e is of peculiar interest to the
people of Fl at this particular time beca s
the .raiage4 has been brought bere
them In a -I ienr before app Mroa .i any
othat t'ls great question hu een desig-
na by the whoe Interests lie In oe ig lts
practical Mt as a wild scheme of a (-didate
for oftce oqyprnor. As a deMatra
tlon Of absirdity of this cha the
!ist of taine in the pamphlet re
ferretd that other people have
r of drainage. The
1. Do yle the population of
the 1nitedl about once every
thirty yes t remalns unchang
2. Do yonu more acres of
land in the h a by drln-
age than thlland *at an be
reclaimed by e available supply?
3. Do you drainage would
mean to your of increased agr-
cultural prod ded capacity for the
Support of it I'i onT
4. Do yo kno Ialed lands are always
fertile and pro-
5. Do lands which have bee
drained never i ldroutht
6. Do ye tht rainage of lan4 enhanoees
7.Do yog would be a pay*
Ing pro V. i th viewpoint of public
health i i~'WoM Involved?
8. Do yt proper drainage means the
solution of t f 'd -roaids problem?
9. Do .NW u ithat the people of the arid
region 6tu-ed rao of a national reclama-
tion funxdiy a Aon Wh iatloa 4t develop-
ment on a been inaugurated under
the aunplea kra-h I ernment?
10. Doe t suh a progreive tep
is the reet WMMMlm"nM and concerted action
on the part M tereted and d o not
think t aor drainage peo to get
together for. Pt

T O ALL those person who have
blen auzlusly awaiting the
advent of the Revwsed Stat-
uts of 19 the interesting
"s sla brought that the 1th of
Novemberr is the b~le date on
which these sttt.Wl go Into ef-
r.ct. te Rvm Board oonsistl# g
. B. s oon. Toma a W~et and J.
B. Konet*, haa aesepted the work
from the conteaot ers printing and.
Ai nding.
A rep tatVO r
wlis In '
nounha, them

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t was athatm
ae sbes volumes wul be dg*i

oweo. sd As sthoerma ts
s date of the e ofad
thed theWasd. As o0 0 t0
tabouad, ar1 la
the, of itl
the 52da te OfdwM aftew
the Act
tie date of the Is o^f tis "o

WW gord ~d Iflmruet4stun bW.

m.woe *to tOW6 "fraseot" gvia, toah.b I'.st

He wrote dand wotle, eNdo stih a sow S~tkallkwih'

You'dM' f 4 euwl1eeSo~~ ryf ore%*SOW* 'i*l
)ltBhit 4,u "'ay A ~.hatiUndo,#'too4 frt .*h ne dW46,

"No cOppwer.0 fl* 4Om auperch upon myfewkaytree,"
He chuohed hi~wi s the basemeont .u~d t Ale .igto

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!rhe Coon.he pit a Pretty good lob stblookwoWme folk.

1Th0 008tr, AmO'te O80Me Mor-o4d ftirpot t ~~the
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we would -like to
power,9P cry the
S y *tOt thp amendment
of the improvement
^ 4udlecates, that are
r $225,000 assess-
the small owners in
A a 4ltualot have paid thelrs.
Slot the trustees with an-
*to beat into the traces
Otpi~ taxes those high blood-
~oolto of accumulated
Oh Inevitably means pow-
4 4 Who -ever scruple "to
p on people when it aomes
interests. The ree-k
SBtAte for the past twenty-
B a 8tej platered with their In.
s nobor ts against the wishes
li r ot common people. So
sa' i ', 0014ple "vole prevail in this G T T Ht
ia"itWe a half century in the fuTBEST
ture W il be at your door in a decade,
St W adthe louri' the great work is deo.
* to p erred the longer will be withheld the
to edUtatliet that It Is sure to bring to
S Abth the ng t lteests of .the State. When
A i you 6a'0.t trust the people, you might
5 S.i6 ."--Oft lStar.

Site Il fer mill work skill
B t,,, ih plant and pays
Pay Sn ah every saturday
6fer every member of the
a a eight school..
k GQuitman Ga.

Slilkt Borick! Brick! E.n...ged
3 058. Depot 25P000 New Words
ySSve In iy New Oasettoor of the World4
with more f than 25,0O Wtitles balD on te
M a Ilmore k Davis *NWI6*M; *vcz .OOBte
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|,000 tro~ll u when he is given wbake:
Sex- "pine top" rum.-Washinto
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d0tol a Aet basisudt othe. ote u&i', A*r t

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9ttn Aa or, the of iae, m. O Ta

OMf tate Auditor and emra 8 ... nr.
ow under the. dired octin of o .toe, t.*. ilM r. t Att,
the *t u lto perform all the uenera and the Comui of Arale
duties "tJt editor. ompen-. ture of th state ~si sad

W. B. ae recited te appolat. pow d o stabs aw owe
nt of t tt Auditor m le ad nno
aJnl holda* th position. The 5. oitomd bonddOf
onnel d ithe State Auditor's oI4e 0e0me ad4i
tow nl-des Mr. .Brest Amo. Sate
udlt a0r of 001,00 r A oi
Wr. il'. Asiastiat state A, Mlo
Itor. Talry otf $,000 and actuall

=om ,. a o tt wmo L inro *a
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ateir 5 the bied eamlnhi1 co"p
aoo of wari Dou sty Othered ,the
The bl st they fnd to do of Plord. bo~r q~
e5ealib Id hstit elSitstf rrori .omirs be t t tesh
madflb ari) trisoeaowfe 0eW tAS9Io Rti M 0
fromw a other of-
Aclal dut tor, Treas sor
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the opea t th, ?vat a

ditorsw aspoi nt oscu
their qth ai aeonbstant taS
titeis-d tda e s ot a as proIn ow
takesb%1 A4 "sistant An. o9o"(nTI'

oc that v pay or itelt p-0ed terlalb, pa
ver9 a st90 t of the tvfit
h ube th h the detection
of the"e ; S04*
The eartlant I es Iue, from JLS
THE S nW Swla, abli
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