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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 27, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075914
Volume ID: VID00051
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33400104
lccn - sn 95047216
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Other version: Morning sun (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Dixie (Jacksonville, Fla.)

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land. They made Ui oft ia
the new aonditionsm *A e
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whereby all of the ancient toe
were reduced to one geenral speclees of
free and oom ooage. *-
"This statute of harles II," says BlackstGoe,
"'ta, even a -groater alStiot to the olvt pro.
ertqf ,the kingdom Uaa Magpa Charts Itself,
aa .),at only prnmed the luxurlance that had
gtA,but of the m-ltary tenures and thereby preo
erved the vigor of them; but the statute of
Charles 1 Ui|0r Wh lyOemand demo labd
both tfroI w tot
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away wit Ali tiuires, such as

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free ," ad
Iage o'f Lq at ntiluty of them they
were aeteiad e i blastatute law whiolhb
* defined as that wore to lbtail
in thit dijO rgvrnuista ViBer a
petl ondalated of bedl*Mg
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Then w e ind that t co'pission
would be authored, not CoI dAed,
to form one or, more dralnase d
tracts and proceed to drain sad re.
claim all the swamp, alluvial l over*
bowed lands within the disrct or
districts, so formed, Nobody could
raise a valid obJOn to this pro.

Then woe nd that for and an con-
sideration of the drainage aId -re
clamation of those Mwamp, allvial
and overflowedI andi thin icH di i
triots, this commts may d-ect the
asSMwment and coll on of a tax not
to Gexeed 10 cats per acre, but S
nts per acre is the amount proposed.
sow, what s the matter ith this pro.
vision? Where o earth oould a sane
man owning an are of swami land be
ftMnd who Could or -w--ld object -to
paying Icents to have It drained and
Then we And that this commission
would have the right of way throurk
private or public la4 in Ceuttin
cmnals conat uIm6 lev ees, dykes,
* paying, of course, for such right
of wa, as the present Constitton
Twe it no scarecw in
The above ltatibn is the substance
f thet p constitution amend.

We i .4 great cry that it Is too
munch power to a In the ba.--. o-
five men. ueIt. i, o

drain the Uerlades ncldigLa10
OkeShob KsImf.a sriver.vaeY
and the Caloosahatbehle river valley.,
ad the forces which Undertake it will
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E,.-te utheiru power to those- ive
State omelals. 8ve
veryboylows "that eash mew.
bar o the Lrasaage c

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right, p~oiaaosg ~a tles sense,
and that M a. L b Ias 1 elected
ech Utm flre hMoest, co'Mpetent
men as their aud ig's. Tere ned
be no far o ,alaW 'a this core.
The poor, whlUpMtdn, heOw, coming
from the OppoIM3taj toitl 4drainage
honme that tVhisM M W Wilmid lead
to pOiutloal 'p alki, awt d steal
is Just too iliy to be .amted by the
telMt,. patriot M aebs ot our
State. The trath tl, t ,e methods
.dopted by the oppemdat: to the
draaiage scheme are o. *'very low
type. They hava ae ,aS effort to
show to the le, tlhaMe swamp
muck ailuvib to ruined
would bewortl"M. is ee the
oppomltion or sut b A ad lost
g mad.
Jt w ot p5tlao th nd own-
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"Have we a candidate to *oveitot Well, sot
S right In Milton, but I thlik then will be aI
SA J w. man from Weet Florida te t e a#,e a '
Om Wt of Miltol, who r go lanto t there will be tIstUil abslt
oOuaty la the State Senate, him." Further tu th tllM wol
pet at the capital this week, oe commit himself oa the
Otte ,i golo ~ Se ator Ws, shres dgu.pmsts will no
4 mqendeift l4 t oountyas the hom of th
all I ain that NMr .libhavd) MoNwy,
it twill 4all probability Ing, a Florildian, but wA
Swho hlve so lateres-l tractor, f, the work of
teWil "wl not vote against lord has been m at the
,a llt be for It." It the" pot week. The
S seet of thetreent storm on the ApalaIolcoli North
i4 "1fe0 was 1met much River Jultiton to A
o to a i but theIe OwU probe. jolep tq i t. Andrew's
e dfrs' worth o" dami. ell harbor. MIr. E#
t *. Th e large at a Wlon Ad I ppe
a it resta u In Our uaty an d Ure daa glp, but ain
=to 0Om" eMtet trom thd he Is a very la"e1estig
wrm part of Milton that were trouble that ste theb
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As'liableto bet 0% 0 Oft t fo
teolwlfthm toSO. u~~th O~OS.,The
!ifttedl .While' OPPouiti1 QPW In th9I
NOP -,*" aouddof Los oopntes's sltAse m got tho~nI
Iun Is wdlo. to signthat circulr. They lii. InI
thAt. mua rs..oulm"thel.. .tban
Rd Is nab41.' iftany oneof them ownaIndaIn t
ir a Owuh eant, district the writer doiettkbow -it.Ta
Av ell. look at the naus who represe
'to beCro~thbtl~oto unty. All 01 them coe
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ll reparlng the fnest
ten formerly was waste
the ber yards and

I* c roofs of ware
mw sto the necessities
" eityand many neigh-
ibenimen reeled a few

caught rood tor
packing houses
l shipfish to the
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at time r ells scattered by
oely to Now Ortans as a Setton PI iW Id the town,

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COOM8 A,00 A t.
This is the oldet l Aur firm In
Apalachleola, and Mr. J. i : oombs,
the senior members, is one of the oldest
and best known lu er, men In
State, "iejeqt# ;_
Maline, about 18%7. env m d at
once into this business, and through
his untiring energy and thorough
mastery of it, he has worked imhtslf
up from a log-cutter, in the '70's, to
one of the largest. manufacturers in
the State. His ability a a successful
saw mill man is recognized through.
out the entire State, and to him is
attributed much of the advancement
of the sawmill man of today.
Mr. Coombs came to Apalachicola
in 1878, and with Mr. Motlvane per-
chased the old "Bunny Bouth"-millls,
which had been idle a number of
ears, but under the new management
were soon in full operation again.
With the starting ot these mills, Apa-
lachtcola seemed to awake from her
long slumber and take on new. life.
These were the only mills In Apalaeh-
toola, and practically the only indus.
try of the town; but from this time
on Apalachlcola has forged her way to
the front, and is a town of many pos*
Mr. Coombe holds large Interests In
the mills at Carrabelle and Franklin,
Fla., and has general supervision of
all in which he ia interested. His
holdings of real estate are e ls very
large, he 'owning much of the moat

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w ork
* largo
line bo.

d Iltions of
0 States
po petirely
by Wi load.
Iat a'lumber
bu sneal, th. lh Ited in sev-
eral other e N making a total
of about one-halt a-mlllion dollars.
Citizens of Aplaehioola, visitors to
the "Bay City,' lumber eon and deal-
er in Cypres" l throughout the
county V no Atr4doUon to The
Cypro b who estab*
Ilshed their p tti pt plant in
To stranger, lato whoe hands thlh
article may ad w 1 we ll ro-
deavor tOW1 mtc douio
by thiSt Motn :
Commencig pAd growing press
tree which l -toh Ia he eswpas ad-
Joining the A"Slve* and its
tlbtarlibii it( are sent
nearly a fe tSt fthe time it is
-dElred tod t ut*. .. 'Theme men
deaden thWtab,# 4Rltt oat it will
float. A ez oqy iroe will sink
to the bottom l 4lately. The loss
obtained' from a ts"Are rafted
together atd d booms, Whiloh bla paetlty of hold-
ing 40,000 log"t +ro-mtlreo the pro-
coes of masafa rtug commences.
The mill in wthioRthe- are sawn has
two band rawf V i.mroved pattern
and capable of taumta ot the finest
of work. TheDjtloll nd for the
immense +amu J turned
out, if "tline,
would ma fi or a mile
in length WS I e at an

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the a liU be made by the registrar, it

TheUsqI q i the tUe Is to etablish
t In 'the whole world. Th1111
i ptll es as the title

hadtwo #y a1
may e ai tia.i of th
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the .T.i"--a..a. .w .to
Where la the bouslaes,
there i a. .. .
cost o o.y .,. -vW
tf ,r aInnl to a.t oa. It
also ha E5 "-ttonet. .It t
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Good school ftlUtite are afforded
la Franklin County. Free schools for
oe children of both races are provid-
ed. ThW #are also a number of pri-
vate schools, notable among which Is
the Oontt, prtlded oer by those
devout omen, te Sisters. 'The free
schools are in operation about eight
means of the y r.
Apalpa hoola Bay furnishe more
oysters than any other bay aouth of
the Ch e eshet, ad thouIsand of
bushels are whipped every winter In

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that In Illinois the annukabl CoaIt a
their ekamination by t
f1,00,OO00. The eoat of -iii"I
under thi 'set Is abbt :$351"
all that is done Is to cancel
to bat axone, the
there is thesbteast In
tust eed e urlg a loan;
fnod by law an always be
for In avano, Tranqfens can be effected
the act without the aid orIntervention o ,
yer, aU te oly tbing to be done by th,
is the prario 4of a ded and the S l nt
to the 98 .1o the roisltmr. ,, ,..
The time saved Is also An Important itlm.
Under the old system It was Eflumof0to ui +eA
preliminary eo6atmat of sale atd theS pwsdlier
the brifuistdt oflo the abefAht a8 4im
atis by ,OMGs.' These delay fre ti
used many months beolos the t tl
be closed. Uder helrrn act tb4t af
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Now comes Governor Vardasman. of MIXi0Ippi 1. pW.anau
here raven locks and dashes into the midst of, tUl, rl ment
IVB, agitation. He says that he wants to go t the t .States
so that his voice can be heard effectively when l ,ot' this
res amendment, which will place the negro where ie 1 .. jI
NOT I have been thinking about this plan for thd15th
that amendment, which Mr. Hardwiek of Georgla, whb i bt t W 'to
copfyight, leaving the way open tot, Hoke Smith nu 'Gov-
0o0s- ernor Vadaman to call It their own, ever sinos Job- a4 told a1e .about
ruth what he was going to do to it when he got to the Stt ,. .
I have ome to the conclusion that it Is a good ti to talk about, but,
ve to like Wil0 0s whisky-that's all.
It will surely have to be passed on by the Supreise .olt of the United
por. State and THBRE 1 WHBRB ITS FINISH I B o -
wo to The only thing that the 15th amendit tlalto@ give
rlda. him the power to vote, and this power HAB werever
Sthe it annoyed the white people sufficiently to cause the to eeso their
re on SUPERIOR CAPACITY In the conduct of go nmen
IBN When the South got tiled of regulatiagrao Ohitgun it
adopted less troublesome and more peaceful method. Ate the
light eight ballot box law did the business. That served (, O O eofulness
Ilding and gave way to the Australian ballot system, which is, In efeot, an educa-
th no tional qualification of the right of suffrage.
As soon as a sufficient number of negroes become eulenfy educOated to
disturb the security of white political supremacy,' otherg'Mna' will be
adopted to regulate this evil. ', s ._; e m- P ,a
There used to be a time when the negro scareorow.aposbl4 St ough
I why to weld together white men in a solid phalanx, no .ma .e n,l differ-
sad it enc, of political Opinion might be. Custom, ltowpver,,bais us
with this scarecrow sufficiently by this time to causat dlo* te4cy.
s that Whenever the time comes for white men to divl. In t r means
lroad will certainly be found to eliminate the negro from prlS than
f land the unoertai one of a resort to the repeal of the.ift
Any attempt to interfere with this piece of legRslatl of the
4 pre. war will unite the descendants of those who put it.o.u .oks
eny It solidly against it.
Viewing it from all sides I am forced to the concal tl Hoke
ilway mith*VardamanJohn bard propaganda contains no the
attention of serious-minded people.
IHAVE It-Is useful, perhaps, as a political asset for tho IWe .!l cry
Shave their assaults upon the political fleshpots, bt th

bma as SO 11
In site f th 1ma~t~s. WIT

V .. People A Pre B .v.4 ,
I note n the Jasper News an editorial par,4,t l Who's
l belos to the clan of edi torilapn o
it e to oouve the idea that Gvsneror wiro~ "-a are
tn htm, are getting money to defray the rim-
Oo~eor Broward ans'tered this question ime-nw,.. diie- he had

te fat o1 0t as he Governor put it. c4 i
T. e e4ce u ses o the oppositon are Vht -.by_&.y.d tU -
...AL w.... Prompts them to defeat the uh

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>btof PadIi thm id lne ot

to thth edi iupi,0 bafwa'l, 'll".I r

3 tt h Of at tow" Truste pinto
WIOe ha not be beeAfota e b tr .
te .t the

round ,t w"bole aw. t0T the.
^of th ,The TIMeMUnioa Sys that this st
S th plan otbopsionSl, and calls this M Id
s No lss authoity than the T"lmeo
tlnotly endorsed Cosgresa Clark's bill i aM ono
ar, be.; wwo u hich of ton is the

isof lolls
1a be. by the levy of a oenn
Ie this plan by the Tunesai- wdti h
tiin* wa that all opposition to thie dahiNge wn i
it they the Governor would recommend a twoil t the
0hldren money.
had the But why enumerateT b
* The TIme-Unic has never s tce this,
uet, straightforward ohritlls All of its
tothe the W elfi purpose of 8RVING AT ALL
I ImpoM who dwn it.
MVCH I not even been aon ent, becae
than four year m o it entholtuIwllY adlo'AtSE
14 (4 shades when t appeared that this udetaklt per-
y, ~m sonal benefit of i owner. .
.i It has been said by others that the opposition of toe TI lUnlon to
make i the drainage proposition wA is. Itself eno~h InSO ll E on of the
ld cmen Constitutional Amendment. On general prinolples, and 11 thoe o past
ument events, I am Incllned to agree with thode seUtiments 1 "' '

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of th Iort Myers Pes, President Emerson of the
bE m^ that "our people art giti t

th people on the altte i
mt 4 w TILL ALL AUV but that
Sto a mritt Provideace a&d not toa,'m
4or his ail6ad company have made to SA*.
IS ,vilda his ralload track and equipment In ich

1MOM AMCl eldom keep pace with the promise.
tf 41 tho the donditio n of the Charlotte Harbor division
5r eftl atilre, m a one who ha made his way from
.ibtIlilve to it a yer ago, he could not have failed to see the neces*
I I lewed. thtma to o on they are.
ad tper regard for the rights and conveniences of the
C Mjharlotte Harlr dislon he would not have suffered the
0"0al, U It, h"s fo! a year aatL
a1t"bnfroed 9BY OOMF.'Y ITION to keep his roadbed In good
baffts hwnd the means to Improve it long ago.
W tal aboUt k'tlcty of material iad delays In gettingg engines
W 6 Monerely ,ueme to cover crimlnal neglelncen on the part
[ odida". 'Many miles of new.,railroad are constructed and
S I*Illfag took every year In th country. .
*e0 gane t material, OLD E8TABLIFD LINES should have
,that e' Atantid Cut Line oolals will do sometbhin soon to
* W to Wrb' division a*4 that their example wil alu te
W to e their lines, which are badly Ia.need of It.
t on the Chatlotte Harbor division not to be
0t4t i done la t KEMP UP THE AGITATION.
'l en t t evident mUersaos meory AT LBAST
bfKa tvigorous protest agalast the rotten condition

be thu papWa mud' toll pgkto, be
~o stq. iM Ij 'ovpo
nri,'"it.I.wa lw *ea*4bid bg x J
doig oherhins tat ba~othat dt~

-A-,*-tt -~IIW e et gavpeat v onA mh wt

I hove w www ~~~t Mh sI~~itN vote

true ola, taomo aa ebhL rbs

mailed-to t Oo YAW M 9 S p a16
the Legislaure oties
the C~qAS Dan of s~uovlll and W. B.OVnBT
As a, rounw qgpoftWs. lttl, bit of teatlmoaly ri't he n#Wfqolit 0
Graham, o t; ofths: t
admitted 4wethw coht,
JudgeN o O, *Wr A Y EO

this. I vrbow I
to be Vpofw5hesms 9olP~
I haV4M RC All I atM
cenywho"e Ia4~ua e
TI~im. PO: *1k& SI th
-oe, wrilkhc, fvergsw t
"we~nwted4~ h

t.9Nwo Mun.Wad Upa0 a Towne. Apa
', c-,, for Arst-class example of out.Pharisee-
. b tP0&AD foS' a moo lei s etalbition of the exeppillfcation of the No viery o In tth ktate, t hap th '
he p -orlclo, I m...nd the following, whioh I have ooter from n people found out t i a t town W1 r *o
tlieU .StoS e olmIIs of aiewpaperI here and there. ll.h some faet about a lei oodditk h .~t w an evl.. Oe.
0"W su e we have discarded whisky advertisements and in the The persons respio;AlfM t r bhtie os odil ,dirlt to shat yM Io
futr hbe left blank If we can get nothing but whisky adver" discussionn, *N AW' Iw' T' TH9 W*UNT *DB '' 1 Wou
A-,d ,p "t h ilnd ked.thal A ," to pefAvt th t o newspapers"om,,l
'', soulless crestures publish your whisky ad. Isnll thie ts Atheli p' loe. .,
yu aut t; W will not doit. Ohwo; W are anbetter than, foThe b' to lt det o, MSined to do all he oa1A
hat it would bM .o-ingq to print anything K
sI tham surrenderr to the demon rum. thi P ti '
hl wear aroused to th pito t trasy and to I didIN s e ippe eA=
the, -w n ptwhisky,we W tate o 9d care to se for te pe le of a
itortlan Dd 0al7t' .tW 11_

as these who ogr tem are willing to p r.he' ItSUPR 0
thee IboF4tha-tw
Wil ^ lIoffo ptl 4f4t k"

isttAlag she M bar it, I hav' to say e at te St

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~ he Sred"Was ldeatlike i
nih. ut sclthl rp;

Swas a door aboc
both safely p
stairs an admti
away a cutonm
a to have mon
whom it w"a n
at o doors.m
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Hardly hold t

aid U

nMb aga HO. R
say stti he co0id c0
t Was not m
gb sounds of muse sad la
sgla that were to be has
SM tTer When at last ths
a*&A+ & e Qthat he would'
turne out to the street; as this
S *. not happen, he tell to wonder
: whether the man had forgotten h
,a he end, when the silence a
suspape were no longer to be boil
he got up aud hmmpered on'the do
and th pr t came, yawning
bbingg hoeyee. He was keep
ope al ight sand dosing betw
X1 want to go home," Jurgis
I'm wOmted about my wife-t e
i an It wait ay longer.
on, "Wby Odomyou say so baeto
a d the man.. I thoht you dil
"han howe togoto,
otto e.l It was4oo'l
In tead as black as a4
ilwak Ther were ee or tour Inches
of ow on the ground, and the fa
a were falling thik and fast He t
A had towad Anl l and started to
There was a light burning In
e4he kithen window and the bllads v
Sa9t drawn. The door was unlocked
walk. Junrls rushed In.
A"let, Ma0tia and the rest of
l women wee huddled about the s
0 ~asn e tWy as before; with them were
ie* al neweoeMs, Jur.te notioed--
bar. 'I've he netoea 0atthe house was sil
rye uitm "Well? he said.
arehim; they at
-to *' it with % their ale faces.
t~irr o rt e4 again: "Welln'
ans rm And 1then by the lisht of the an
Slamip, he saw Maria, who sat nea
him, with him. shaking her head slowly.
hise blhe yet." abe said.
aied aI Mg .And Jurgis gave a cry of disc
r upI" he "Not yet?'
Again Maria's head shook.
he bottle, poor telow stood dueatbanded.
doat heat her" he guped.
Ws asalo "e'a been qet a loans time,
plied he 6her.
e b afy retoee b the a
a afthesa "Vello icth

ran Into
a 81mm~

he laidea"
L Ina no


t, ha ad nowttl lS. ytera.
he morning, und If worid mysel
rev near to death here. If I could bat
d- known It was like dis I oould never
ra- hat come for' such money as you gll
er mse."
ey At this moment she chtoed'to look
lot round and saw Jurgs. She shk her
finger at him. "You under d me
he e said, "you pays me dI
m, yustde same! It is not my fault d t
as you send for me 1o lat that I 't
ad help you fife. ,
old laMret Me. Haupt paued tor S No-
mr meat to get her breath; and Mai
nly seeag the beads of sweat on i
rn- forehead, sad feeling the qulterlng of
gh- his frame, broke out In a low vote,
ard '"How Is Ona?"
6e "How is she?" echoed Mme. Haupt
be "How do you tink she can be when
did you leave her to kill herself So I told
lug dem dot ven dey send for de priest.
im. She to young, and she shight hat got
md over It, und been veil und strong, If
ma, she been treated right. She fight
or; hard, dot girl-she is not yet quite
and dead."
lag And Jurgis gave a frantic scream.
eSn "Dead!"
"She vill die, of course," aid the
aid. other angrily. "Der baby Is dead
Wtat now."
The garret was lighted by a candle
e?" stuck upon a board; It had almost
don't burned itself out sad was sputtering
and smoking as Jurgis rushed up the
look ladder. He could make out dimly In
ght. one corner a pallet of rags and old
I of blankets spread upon the floor; at the
kes foot of It was a crucifix, and near it a
urn- priest muttering a prayer. In a far
run. corner crouched bsbieta, moanlna
the and walling. Upon the pallet lay Ona
Were She was covered with a blanket, bul
and he could see her shoulders and on0
arm lying bare; she was so shrunken
the he would scarcely have known her-
tove she was all but a skeleton, and at
v*- white as a piece of chalk. Her eyelldi
.lo1 were closed and she lay still as death
lent. He staggered toward her and fell upot
his knees with a cry of anguish: "Op
star- Ona!"
He She did not stir. He caught he
hand In his, and began to clasp I
noky frantically, calling: "Look at me an
West swer me! It s Jurgsts come back-
Not don't you hear met"
There was the faintest quiverin
may. of the eyelids, and he called again i
frenzy: "Ono! Ona!"
ThP Then suddenly her eyes opened-
"I one instant One nlastant she look
at him-there was a flash of recogn
r tlion between them, he saw her afa
off, as through a dim vista, standing
oken forlorn. He stretched out his arms 1
ttic: her, he called her In wild despair;
fearful yearning Md r ne4 up o hiM
the hunger for her that was ago, deali
Sto. that was a new being born winhim
ead, te&ng his h4learttrIng, torturing him
alag, But It was all In vain-she faded froi
it be him, she sllppeg back and was gon
s en* And a wall of anguish but from hi
nild- ueat sobm shook all hi frame, a
a lad hot tears ran down his eheeke am
*Mat fell upon her. He elutehedher hand
unry he shook her, he aught he in h
her arm sand pressed her to him, but at
gave lay cold and stil-she was gone-el
rned was gone.
The word rang through him like tU
I- sound of a bell echoing in the f,
Md. depths of him, making forgott
a sNd- chords to vibrate, old shadowyfea
-der to stlr-fears of the dark, fers of tl
void. fears of -nt.hltltaou She wi
ded! Sh 8e was dead! le would nev
"Ton see her agaln, never hear her agali
e nd An Icy horror of lonliness seoed hit
eal he saw htmaesel tadg apart a
tr watching aUltewor de away f

, fckle
lhUd in
Id aw

d. MB
pof his
, but he
S gone
gh the
Be soul


she lay mwrdGwS"v'0 W
It was m .Sp and
came downatoi rd
More f te: In,
and they staS M
he ask down Dithe ta-
ble and beurld.
A few minslteae 1 6Mdoor
opened; a blat of 0 rush-
ed In, and behil dris ,
breathless from enBid. a blue
with the cold. 'Tmf l" she
exclaimed. "I could.r t ,
And then, a a opped
with an exfa rl l rom
one to asether, ihe M l4 aetthing
had hap ed, a i in &
lower voe: ,"Whff tat,.Itr ?"
Before ay one on ud eap,. Jergls
started up; he wet to ard her,
walking unsteadily. "Whre have you
been?" he demanded -,, r
"SelUng papers with the boly," she
said. "The o now- ;
"Have you any money?" he de-
manded. .
r "How muh?" ,
"Nearly three dollars, JuorSll
"Give It to mea/'
t Katrina, frightened by hismanner,
e glanced at the others. Ote It to
M mel" he oonNandnaed m and she
put her hand Into her ti aAd pull-
ed out a lump of eoli ed o Mit of
rag. Jurgis took t wlth ut a word,
and went out -of the door and down
n the street.
Three door away was a saloon.
S"Whisky," he said, as he entered, and
r aM the man aphedIh imp 6 ihe tore
t at the rag with hls teet4, VB pulled
out half a dollar. "How e t, the
bottle?" he said. "I W t' 'te let
drunk?" '
But a big man oauiAt lta, drunk
Very long on thoee d4Utk THat was
Sunday morning, nht
1" Jugis came home, eN r liok,
tr reallilng that he hald ls:t ,etyents
g the family ownod, anM(iimoght
o a singwleMstks f0tg60,9with It.
a o wa a otl yet bm swu e poO
a lice had beeono Us 00Whm
P row tho wonldput rtp tne
-, oo a ke It'a ti d.
n-. lsbleta was ot e
In peOnies frohm MWloM Ir elio5
e* to get enoush^twf
d. her; ad the ,hi weif
d starving to dme ,we
Ld notiBaSg wMaolh,.
*' their m osey k*.i* Od
nis I I W ft i
5e scoral 4 eat &Mr to;
e ard the re she add b4Wtm1
le that her kitchen wMas O Jl r w f
him to sa wVith Ie 1 e ,a k
e She had crowded" a:er lllin-
in to one room on QOae ,., but
'n now he coad go up I garret
n where he beg e
he mucuh s ea'eWr, ltbe et1 ay
e her oime rqt. *..f y -*. '
er Jr wet wthet W a,
n, stepping over haf*a det. I5 ito
m telde.1pu,,w yw


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after bM

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with sei
Mr. John
didn't ,h
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bellev i
he lived I

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at he o

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He rea
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a seat .t
gloves I
arch ao
His 0

S0 4 paced slowiy.up
In the eool of the
were o4e1 ,
aded~^S Of tuftfBJi^
E^WSi~ atruggling ttu
t.lo ,with e to
t "of the curbstone as
i of flive. With his white
wulr slowly along, men-

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OIfted to a"e Mr.
i a week before for
010th the ambition
1 1 looking up
f4oh fs he

SMr. P er to the verge
Si he kept b*hId 0 49, and
Smith but leaudible re-
0 ooern.
Sad ale Of whiO a building
SWal, lurIdm with adjectives.
m ,id e wa a man who
red, INt.Wo4 p him at the
mat n whn to mim that it
ed ears he would never have such
Sae ha bpetll that red-whiskered
Wlre two or there small houses
e -rbut the only other living
of teL looked to be the
a "Umtea*ated performance.
that a h imney had
,*I"W to osth it in the act.
lf ien, before pushin his

ttgid t ceaUeman, atru ag
It J 2 Pinnerbla ? the arm.
S4th wrath, u he
met up. "Now you aome alont o'
er, regrettnll the natural impulse
i s thi udounb, Wrenthed himself
kml ed aa t 06e 1480 Which our-
1sl ed hei dcoked side-
a wsjn t e sateiy of rots
lt i eated hique oi tl emhpled
e 4t0 though he had been
eblet rled off U he fell, ad his
i the paement Mr. Pinner, his taste
D / e pet poi1tr all gone, passed the ad-

g*mal boy at the double, and then, turning
o g aidly, blackened his pace to some-
reOh hompeo, a small house In a narrow
1 bereet,, throwing
lfInto a hair, breathed hvily, while his
wlooe .urloplt at owing fim home at that
hour would not be dented, plied him with
Wfd .ji'aU r'with mear she repeated. in
$Ajeut yo ou we, li.e",
ltU" said the freman, frowning;, "o' course
reV4. Put, It struck me you ought to see a
of me smetlm when rm ashore."
'st's qn9rally what I do see" said Mrs.
r; "It's been a long time striking you, Char-

With which he
whiskers were
-ift- tl- i* -
had escaped
spirits rose.
"I don't sul


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good account was slowly maturng fluit
Set nabbed for my nake."
"I won't get abMbed for my own siked* r-e"
Mr. Pinner, expli oly. I wonder wht(
got Into the'p ,a- '"peg..
"sure to," Said his wife, IshaWO hbet
".o and buy one and see," said tb
gland.gA t the baby. TIl look after itbTbu t
be .long. "
His wife went out and ta pWr. 4 r.
Pinner, who was unable to read. w~!a her
anxiously as she looked throu It was e Vient,
at lepnAt JS "roW,
being immortalised i rint. nt, a4" -5 vol (l

oppose he was much

hurt,, he aIdI

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City, Stae or Terr i i
If I did not have the ability and f ito a. tYouF ,1 .O I. .:
afford to pay for this advertisement. ,Thisi ad" (lliea.l my-other ;a5" 11)"p
sure to place on my list a number of new properties, and I am just ia sure to sell th
properties and make enough money in commilssias to pay for the cost of thee6 "a '",W t
make a good profit besides. That is why I have so large ad ral et gne- today.
a Why not put your property among the number that will e ol a a mult
I will not only be able to sell it--ome time*ut will be able to el It quickly. I at~
specialist in quick sales. I have the most oooplet.and upto-date equipment. I ha
branch offices throughout the country and a field fore of men to find buyers, i
I do not handle all lines usually carried by the oradin a al estnte aents. I Ul
SELL real estate-and lots of itr-or p. out of I a ~s awure .o I ai
out of business. On the contrary, I expect to i, th of the year,
twice a many properties a I did the pakt year -. it wvi lA* ebne, e r 06.
more properties. I want to list YOURS and SELL it. It doesn't matter whether* at
a farm, a home without any land, or a businem; it doesn't materit i W h,
where it is located. If you will fill out the blank. Iiy Iil
today, I will tell you how and why I can quickly convert, ao l !
give you my complete plan '

and terms for handling it. The information I will 01 ott if
even if you should decide not to sell. You had better wrt' today
If you want to buy any kind of a farm, house or business, in
tell me your requirements. I will guarantee to IW tam pro*m ply

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finding a cash buyer for my property which
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; : WS "And Ir- thte18" 'wthni"
S -er boz f n te roee and two
a oo~u~ ho U by a rice It

Ilato ime--" bo the ltoub]
youredi n "Mthow thin I'll
.te e wim w ife

Si na[ he ald: 'Thak',e" In
Snr w e withoio, and fell Into
ths latet isuared hs wieG M
S ere's so many th Ut do that
j Ut m tis; % tae worldtor you
4 4e bdetkly md wated4
othe oe of her eye.
SAI* eat tst withal
bo S r *tSr "r and spt the a
Se to {at edg with the uwosted

aM the llowle morin
,,o.e na thay Y, *oito
eMst out for staer ae se
Itesaid: "T514 hI
kfat r w eandLn were =tell no
PrA IE4 b atae ndlmrl. r

"They do om onld q them public
S $ but I ope a

.whot ka* td w ..O odd
WI sat
tWnore VSlo kj

cho osea oa .

old be. tendered o .
eats on hi wr a at w
.Bed Mrs. PInbv ho tuV s
There wa safto k- A
ut he promptly qwed hUiusWa
uggstan that the poe athorte
Sownthe hope of lulanhim kain 6"l
urity. She drew *snch a auing
Oe teaching
hite Mr. Pinner wa s. blithely asn
,'tr indoors, that she wa i.s to
of merriment from her eyes, whlb
at reUgasrtlal her to h lgsnaa tU

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* ofrme ease, sand for one panlestricken hour d4isusse-
piture of with Mr. Hawk the possilblty of Its being lnte
h6 oteoss tlous.
a prawe Slowly the days passed until at length then
wi the wee two left, and he was In such a nervous
r Pin. sand. overwrght state that Mr. Pinner was a
tohment tmse a anxious as he was for the the date
(rI; g$ a e To comfort him she red a a

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Old" w 'no Wedh. *n
t mtll, o to there teode Mrs. Pinner s in

el "ihew bOfp t to heaoer", d he rotd os.
A,. ,ba ptpe. h e
a oWotfe' the fo eeig the06m h p er rere W
Pt oM lai. C towaa l ler ithi a odld t
Ss ,tm omwtte *wsel in ed s) my toae to be ont.

l k 4 1 depad i d o rso. SeIde, sI'vemJustAM

"O ," rhr th rtn
th and d le' a rhi, site up ted m ly usthe a boff.
sokt to h lonwht of It betoa.
All The n Ifot e oi e the red po lcema
la-red, b uttdV W o owqP awANeiht h*

n* orsate t ttheda dbth alt i ed. a-
Par, etaerveb b her--i La t andt wh.e
d he t was busy pte Witth a raior, she slipped out
'ud be be a per.m e h
; i' Ht do by the time she return
Siteae t u@e tdeotinfront her with a onseolou
1 softy pgrin; but at the sight of her face the smile Tanm
_D Inseb from hio owp and he stopndd halting eri.
Soaed his wlf
M r Pwlaoi n wtth wtlrt" taid Mr. dinner anxioute
W4 aH irs" Plathlr supported herself by the table an]
dl of teatook her head dspobndently.
t k the unfortun atme outl?" demanded Mr. Pin.
ho o o thae than d tat, o ad his wife.
Si"W iti n thatt" said her husband, whose
I o ImagfIlnatlon was not of a soaring description.
aiff h0 "How can It be?"
tU perat "e'I s ead said Mrs. Pinner, solemnly.
"Dead!" repeated her husband, starting v hl-

aMrs. Honer, wlth a little sniff, took up the paper
and read slowly, Interrupted only by the broken
time In ejaoulations of her husband. w te

aeo ice "The unfortunate policeman who was assaulted
a v ice n the other day down at Wapping passed away
a suoen peacefully yesterday evening. Lady Vera his
if l prostrate with grief and refuses to leave the death
Is ly chamber. Several members of the royal family
SI e hve telegraphed their--"
to sty "Wotr" iterrupted the astounded listener.
"I w reading the wrong bit" said Mrs. Pinouner,
Swho was too engrossed in hereading of the
token death of a well-known nobleman to remember to

exertion Te unfortunate policeman who was assaulted
het" i the other day down at Wapping passed away
tnd wife *ad family. The ruffian Sbelieved to be at
SWOtIb 'es Mwas," gained Mr. Pinner, mournfully,
S'"WIsh 4 'e *a ,anywhere but 'ere. The Idea tr
ife rmakingd a t ellkit man like that a policeman. Why,
won I 'armly touched 'lm." I
where o ; "Promis the driyou won't go out do said his wi
"Out?" pipe sd Mr. Pinner, energetically; "out
Pie D'ye think I'm mad, or wot? I'm going to stay
L w de tillthe shipa until then I'm absolinte do inea
Houses" Hamore rsos for rihtened odiin In the darkest
glad t he o o rre to hand im. okeontois winery

Sewith the bitterness o ncth erring they drew up xtrostr
Sdinary brtovemenets of members would opyf the police t
his we -l neve r touc h on e on 'em cn as long as bI
rereword alike the mtdrinkhs of thmae other lodo Iert, aid tli

onll st pipete aofd lost Ity flavor, and he knoat po
pe' and fending more reasons for his continued preenoo
ene the house occurred to him. Mrs. Pinner agreed

rereiyng the door locked. Mr. Smith attributed It to dL.

,ally InthI.: d '..
"Charle" she atred "h ''
There was a holow gtoatot o tte flu"h1on in
the A larmn
'What's the mas tt la
tones. saIwO see0 am p Ptpbling
out of the Winder- bfhintl ibent
"Nonsense," sadl At' '". 'L
*His ghost," iaid ,n. iMaig a more
nature attitude and Ml t y, "red
whisker, White gloves ahd al a beat
up, and down this street I s .l go tsad. It's
been by twice." I' '
"'Maglnatlon," said his wife, aghast at this
state of affairs.
I'm afraid of it's coming for e said Mr. Pin-
ner, stainMg Wildly. "Bvery tinute I expect to
ee it come to the door and ~MI on me to follow
It t6 the statl0d. Evey7 minntit I extlOc to see
it with its white ltace stuck up agi the, winder
pane stating in at me."
"You mustn't 'ave such fanciesl," .aM lif wife
S"I see. it just as plain as I see vu," tsted
the trembling fireman. "It was pandtOl up and
down In 6ust the same stuck-up way as it did when
It was live."
"Ill draw the blind down," said his wife.
She crossed over to the window, aMd was about
to lower the blind when she suddenly drew back
with an Involuntary exclamatoon .
"Can you see It?" cried her husband.'
"No," said Mrs. Pinner, reooverng herself.
"Shut your eyes."
The fireman sprang to his feet. "Keep back,"
said his wife, "don't look."
"I must," said the fireman.
His wife threw herself upon him, but he pushed
her out of the way and rushed to the window.
Then his jaw dropped and he murmured Incoher-
ently for the ghost of the re po' i man ftl
plainly visible, Its lofty c61ar ', if ile had
and pendulum-like swing of the t'ms were gone
and t was struggling in the most fleshly manner
to lead a recalcitrant costermonger to the station.
In the intervals of the wrestling bout It blew loud-
ly upon a whistle.
"Wonderful," said Mrs. Pinner, nervously, "Life-
like, I call It."
The fireman watched the crowd pass up the
road, and then he turned and regrdtd ier.
"Would you you like to hear What I aItt" he
"Not before the baby, Ohaflie,,"_.daered Mrs.
Pinner, drawing beijk,
The freman regarded her ileniy, and his de-
mteanot Was to alrming that she Cia harles
Augustus PinAer suddenly frofm hin dle and
held him in front of her.
'You've kep me here," said Mr. Pll'er, Ii a
voice which trembled with i1l-liyi. "'ir iucir'
three weeks. For three weeks I've wasted my time,
my little spare time, and my money in makinW
perambulators and whitewashing and 84 erhan
ing, and all sorts of things. I've bel rfi
stock o' this house, and I've b"n k a
convict. Wot 'ave you got to say or yo"iiwyfr
"Wot do you mean," Inqlred Pner re-
covering herself. "I ain't to blame or what's In
the paper, am I? How was I to fwtht te PO-
liosman as died wasn't yow
Mr. inner eyed her .-bueiai t his
S ase with eyes honest and clear wsof a
child. Then realizingg that he waees pre-
cious time, he pcvia uhip s ato ,,
turned the corner with
opposite direction to spea d inthe su er
the brief remnant of the leave wh h m.e
i to him.

Yei, The 5* oIest Mel
e Hon. Jno. S. Beard, State Setor
bla county, Intends to ntroduce a bill he O xt
e Legislature questioning the legality of the 15th
S amendment of the Constitution of the Uniited
I States, or the bill il be it Re
i phrop pass a measure de of
Scourne, be the United State. B S me
or bwhen the lealUtyof tSe 15th at
S will be tested. Mr. -eard ,laIlq t's Ibias d
S mona was Illegally aopte and s Uldbeassniled.
SShould he succeed In proving hist tn oS in
the matterer,belillbeone
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The i! for nearly
a year aw W\e torty-nine
rounds it h rt gout o Its
fiftieth tureS it will 60m,
plete its te public arbna.,
We notloe a o b the tasy
refurbish es whI A I plo to
give the ri mmodiouij .l u*rjus and
In other W ihall have "ew features
added to TOM I the Tgear ad
also increo s cBapactl 1Ti BUN'S
Chariot to a Irg t of patro-.
"Have the n Il1Otory?" wa
asked us thi day D uslastic friend
and admit ,"
"Look at ," was our reply, as we handed
the inquirer a the
number of ewnum
ber of dloontn .
"Did THEB SUN'S Charot go too fast for those
who did notwM '
"They jus i od out, but of course weren't
hurt. They feel ore, however, When they
hear their f a talk of the good things In
THE SUN ad without a copy*'
'"Ye I, ulU W/srlot is fut and ydu not
only want A64 l jb, OLD ON. It's great
to ride in t, and therefore most
of those now a utly reuse to get out."
We expected to receive some notices to stop
the r, but q r so few as have actually
beeni f~lf number of which
rerege .... : o6tinue so good a a
THE + +' .
So ew tie of the ride-*-.0 per
year osi ttips-is too g, bat
then ) m be u bered that they arM not
taking a ty.Go-Round or a 11lying
Jinny. f they have seats a real
chariot we ted and strangest
with tertal action and the U aaS

tion of Importaat facts, which are,. 'tt9O t ,14 6r
totally Ignored many papers which are thO s .,
posed to give tMir subscribers the new& s. Ai2
UndoUbtedly the present riders would l4. ike to p of Tot SIU
hear some of the nice thingsaid of us and to ua a ttt bers no corpotL .
Well, here is a general selection: bra.I, fhaT tded to start wt a iits
-- s"Now4 0 a t ingloe I."o $
"Kathlnen, ria., Oct. 0, to 1900. < A y iA hfi u alM e t pI. Mt i
"I enclose $~ for renewal to The Sun. I -haT iSp ,,-~, -
read the 'Sun' from its initial number and eiorn its iS fists llt tAtjbstf.t Mos t a
EVERY position It has taken and gret that we Kt yog gow?
do .not have more Claude L'Engles. In our fair ,, do .SS!O v V.--. tY 1W0
,a t"Bradentown, a ot. 19 I Unable to.. t in all Eo m at a
"iaelosd, my check for $2.00. Lt, h O
work, go on. I hope you will be able to but -"'.l't--us t O, f 1904L
Graham. WE DON'T want him. We are Demo. I l t wio T U
crate, but not John Graham Demoorats." people'it f'nd. t t dt d b
"Moseley. Hall. O. Is.K 19 a. t1..p'tWru 1-'0, ;, I ,,

"Find enclosed my check.
"I have been reading THE SUN about one year
and am well pleased with it. I THINK MORE
"Moss Bluff, Fla., Oct 15, 1906.
"Enclosed my check for 93.00. Use $2.00 for one
year's subscription renewal to me and for the
other dollar send THE SUN to -.
"We Want THE SUN to shlne and educate the
people in the way it s doing." :
"-Leesburg, Fla., Oct. 1, 19009.
"I send you $2 tfor renewal.
"Accept my thanks for sending me THB SUN
for the past year on such liberal terms with the
clubbing proposition with my local paper. I wish
you success."
S"Columbia, S. C., Oct 1, 1900.
"I enclose $1. Kindly send THB SUN for six
months. Your paper has REAL FLORIDA NUWS
and reading matter and I think TH UE N I p :
"Madison, Fla., Oct. 18, 1906.
"Herewith please fnd enclosed a one dollar
greenback for six months' subscription.
"Six months hence, t I am here, I shall renw.
provided I shall like you as well .as I do now*, o


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UN14 your most alabe 'paper. To are giving us
a g od paper and t am pleam t with It"'
"COlearw ter ll.s S, 4, 19 ,
"Florida has w n ee obr a loIt time a allies
paper such as yomurs t 4nlode *I ft six moNths'
Of course thee are may y more at home
ta bi these wll sufce to sbhw
*ppreelated by these best q ited to ud th
who ban readig It. '
It u have not W..e a seat In TH '
fo. the coming twelve months.
it. Price ,
6u h

A View t System
(on an.)
provided for to making good ay
possible loses.
The vast iu I words under the old
system is also i ot only thO eprds
of instruments thi ut the varioUs books
necessary 1 l'the bo making abstracts of
title. The number increase) at such
a ratio that the tror Is multiplied,
and the practical 'oe housing an0 caring
for them is oe o expense. Under the new
system the re not copied or re-
corded, the o n in the posseston of
of the r eial ount of time and ex-
pense lf t ,eourity of titles is
much l eth ere Is lbs opportftity for
error. '
Under tiM4* (1tInteusnal estate was hardly a
negotiate mmo ; he method of transfer was
Yo slow8it j ltt iadiDt Ne easily
and quickly sale or mortgage in
order to lr this reason, prince.
ally, o iks oh l and others accustomed
to make tsrotal- loans would seldom make
real estate loans U r the new system real es-

f' ig j ;*

tate titles may be readily ana quickly triasterred iradly paid a prai.uni fo.
and a certificate of title, may be as readily Itaass during of perfect titles whioh ned
ferred and used as collateral at a bank or else Their guaranty is only oiagolit
where to obtain a loan as stock and bonds or per* of record coaettlig the prope
sonal property of any kind. to *r fae amtont of the
A certificate of title, therefore, is a quk asset, options d
which may be made use of for the purpose o ty as they o
transfer or security Just as conveniently s"per think neess e T
sonal property. This cannot but have the4w .t and is not pte
make real estate more valuable and giITva IMt. any court, 'tJeliI fo
ter selling price. on med I y
It may be said that to a certain exta t the O p. h ave handle th
antee policies now in ise by the abstract Issue of this journal,
pansies have accomplished some of these same ,e station of It for the fe w
forms, and this is true to a limited extent The be interested in thls subject, whib io sai
expense has not seen greatly decreased. The coast Itirest to so m, aoy people ti e A
of a guarantee policy la sime aIstan 1a Ifg1 t9le
as great as the cost of. providing an asfrad f aut it Will be am re, as ta U
title, It does not inure to the benefit of he prio at ha d sablerme to 'do .s i
chaser on the transfer, but a new policy iut be t Oy ommand a te i ak a 'the i 4e
paid fqr by him, or at least an additional pam.nt at ay command atAtbok ontthe seet1
made by him; It does pot sure the miortm,* veOiUi.6" study tthb i6stion~a ae
since by the ifrctie of the companies, he must to pr pet from.*e to1 ti-U th s l is -
prouft a 0morgagee's policy. The r a # A A l w Ii ns
cases are absurdly high, since nm < WIj e t talg
port ilowa are guaranteed. The a coat. 't thc
pa t o chances; there toIs anything to
with thth e, they refuse to toa c ** IM

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~ii i S^ along the
di float about of
by a cyclone or de-
s a matter of fact
ea r ye or more in
lI+ e look forward to
rh Joe will again be a
town, when the railroad has
u dOIa ng4e ress
S_ on for

"nlmmt visitors to the capital
SW. B. Lamar,
Oft Willis.a Raa
Okt* ftor gwvr

to bAvTha oteatL

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poratios. Always alive to the inrepts ot
racy and ever ready to use hkis i j
half, Mr. Lamar has given sub tial 4
cause in New York, making speeches
Buffalo, Brooklyn and New Twk .
Ing this mpai during his visit t I
Lamar said: "It is astonlshin t at
is displayed by those people wop e
tomed to think of as 'mcid.
whenever Mr. seart appear, or
tlon of his name. The speakers
ing in his campaign have ado thti
leaving out all metIlon of hI ae uat

continued hat it is alwl
the speech. Of course it

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id, S aS Itvein M the tbous

0 a let lnero thes mand with
Stht Jr drinking they cold

a bo!4) Ij M*tm<^?U ^ tothe roaa 90Joms uhid done.
i M ith Oni dead body beneath
S "Sg ,,w oould not well think
I r o to hs child. Yeina, he raid,
1mUl now t1;hat M tlWb. hbe would try, for the make of Atanake
1101 laaid A o te.would gTet to work at once,
MON," with without e body ben wathn
thtONt,4* g a ive the little fellow his

..Ofl" be buried. They might
S, tt him; be would keep his word,
Is h!~~,m c!_~ ct omo what might.
't^_ Ando o he was out before daylight

t.he ~-~.~~-~- W" Bhr4- famllleq for mill work; skill
thsde To" s V a tO wo- lanired by green hands.
the very w@r e hadi~ Tnaein ** ls kIW nAhpleasant and pays
to rlng In hls eatheM ans s had, M.Pa yincash every Saturday
- i. u ,, Woek suItable for very member of the
a41nd hur Nad arOaded and eombit re dey and night schools.
tered him but It had not changed her Apply ot r writ*,
-she had been the same hungry soul A LANTIC GULt MILLa.

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to be boref, Wonter ifwick -
.,u o h -a_. ea n .illnorq al. Davis
ame U to him and out like a knife
--every elsh that he had done- .-
with what torenta he paid for them
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qtq4q;thb h aW had frolt ,e bos
eoO Set the fertlr mill. He knew that
f there wu no Iue in saylng a word,
ad b; turned and went awa.,
. g pad tere was !'"Mm ,
'//.. .. ,""'r ,."d e/sla a l' m me mammelnu

back his
had ben
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Jurgis As to the' 1 LA CRAW"
dreadful tat 'n'lm=,49 41teoe estate Of
and he V w s NA5LLC
the hreMlA r ,took MA .wll be hid la iSN L fICTIONron
stand.^ ^^ .1 hu.M lor. Lnext sueomatl .SMo
wretoh l Lboto In {oi? D.lothad A.mber em M N
the snohw s>a station. a DAY OF NOVMBcaI
station. tiXTH DAY OF NOVMBIIs.
Here 4b6, r t twoe I the rat-e or rfMon aolidi
hours, =a driven JIiRt Mesltlooas AmPs to7
away i. Thef V CoUtfoa e ,
was uopia f m ANtICLSa T IL '
Qunin .,a hi s mur.os. t. < tiell~e;TSi uUM..lUt abl .r' -m .,..

andde,:In n r&&h alla .teia oars s1oiAWrU-
union & g him dliagt .g gm A. for ratltacatio o
a pinot a question of lit. Metn 82. The 'aOpeorw. the Co4p if
and deftt therefore; he might trollw, the State Treser, tAttohe a
hunt f. come lagal on the Ue ad te C. ot cui.
morrow on thas for asors la oc*, are costuted ad
go, am la i td resetvor of @e s,
strict, and th oahildren would brinSe uemse Son lth, as l the ldm
home enough to pclfy Anlele, and 'igt board a Bnsage mBU.lsmter i

ItSs t ouf a week of thi. ;a to or such partaor Sorlo
sort ot waiting, oaminMg abont l the Othemed but
biter IndsquloafinglI sloons that 4r1u
weeswn 'of ch manneras, wl a be
He sw a, rma piasslng the open la u wi .dvt
dT lda. fo a job. oa sitto s and theasa- o
and Jlr answered: "Yes, sir-" be- stlsi That tsale rd lae
tore the words re well out it his. mfrAId, @i

"Jur2is Raudbf H' empowred to prepare itst or lis .. ub a
"Worked rI the stockyards before" ib, within su dratnae ditrotimi'
S. i ", stt ansd m ryi theosin rWte O a9 1 & l
"W heJfr e b 6thit o a B^ M rtintne of I t9t ,r'' I of 1
," ,Brot. mth.nieds and Du rham'. Wb aeta. or o

"The il 0me" .4gli adoldent, oa i a ete tAe as M ia t e

a"I Mee. Wall. I1l~i Otuh a trial, s

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to J ,wsift wonoe uwtith the wi
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