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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: November 3, 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: VID00052
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
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Other version: Morning sun (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Dixie (Jacksonville, Fla.)

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i each and every registered voter of Manatee County I preasted
M. IMraVttio0,a which proved this man pmllty of ow.ery'
t proof therein submitted is not sufflolent to. satisfy amy fair.
Pin Nnaa t46' aW ir -th M 4i vain to lhdpto m'g~-ue.
r mlnds by a repetition of former charges or a presentation of
aI eve tholere but one consideration that will induce best
ballots In the general election for the Democraticle ao.
h toIuaworthy ol truat and it Is to his onalseratio that I
w ap-loles for this trespasd onyour time, address myself.
Serre0 to is that Demoorats are loth to withhold
M*lelection from the nominee of the party, fear .
ao Bni ',y o them the cbare pf disloyalty t the Iparty,

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wnm B smifti of Byiots wesi&toh aWd hAxury; of Greek ad Roman splendor; of Mohammedan culture and relaement;
S0.B4t, adtl pwr; to t rto o oT Mthe Western wold, Including the complete history of the United States and all other natUon
the Bs4laJapan war. i
I "o "MtO aa h toirlan Is due to his wnr y beautiful style, a style no other historian has ever equalled. He DpotuMr
e a thU A were hawppel t belte eyesMW ; he carries you with him to s the battles of old; to Meet kb
im t sitj Set IAa Bh u a Smte; to Bmd iaat Uladin and his dark*sklaned followers: to sall the athern

Mawtonl to alttM aU steoi e of Greek spear men work havoc with the k-eratan hartv
rouY 'oamII -He oombnlass absorbing Interest with supreme rellabilty, sad makes
sdabotA Waves the rde and fall of empires in such a talnatilag style that
IT TWUbtl tsy It MBtame anyhow. It Is gettnir into all comfortable, welil-to. ^
about haltt What I t vill east you It you let this opportunity slip. Isn't it common f %a

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an extent that the flil culmination w 4
reached whp Comm nar t du"n
Burr, by~ai ei ty. oefdpi Muv, macd a4
personal in motion of t freight terminals
at Jack afrfn
railroad %tum he' rd ther
shippdai fr% h l' ih mata a tfport to
the oomml n, ottln forth that the rail.
roads were~,- kulped .- mt, .te aitmIki
facilities to andlethe busindb ,effemd.
them. WV hh.thee two aium.tioaeo .
returned itI the, iiothel eato. ;*:
was tskeMstal hprit leldilanslgtoril ,
Conditieo n pgwed' *WhaGt iOedOinto -
after the date of Mheef rre Vlsi ,ut#h1 j4 .1
were and ,am' *at faAmU f4Ma f-tW fouty.
Complaints ti,:tln to-oeomola ivery day
from sh~mpsM it a.OMIta.wability to get oars
to handiht.Wo buainesle Tho damage e, do
the los suf d by the business Mntor L
this State Inoealoulable. It Is apparent
that with .e4optloh sona of 'the rail*
roads handl g Florida busieal have !iM-
cient equl emi to w hanjo th4i bVulaH afies
fered thaes either Jn dhar onw n terminal
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swering 0 4, lhw
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a stop furt ;ad O iauy ~i ~whru
we have al mad% made.
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he railroad ma Who SAtheedin the o eof
the UaiUM4 vjmaIIs laK'bia tad a, a
nlot be &do '.~teQli~~Q h
Railroad a G
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railroad reomeuto any ofethe

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TO owho wReotriaai dh

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art otprqmtbWla~yi~~
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a asp R tnloI
0porta n ompa
Oppa ed to thei
the People Of tM
caUona ltting th

come up *
neoe of freight
this State. It wai
Morgan were earn
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ent tenadin to ho w that the
i praoa0 by the Oommeainoai
lta and uni mad wli l w Mift
shipper as a a.! tha r^app..
wore taro mm seieotd by.
for the pdatlesa i aRy ;
g an to tha 4Qatw.ely ,
wre qualdUiod to deal with.
4 Important quesUoas and
ad oomplaz questions that
Ilaton of the enormemwh idi
passenger UtamportItlmi -..
vIsdent th, ,
la their ,
Traportaion 'eles In thf
kat hAte pa pa llr' uatWithei
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all bilitybfit i'a o
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Sbfer, did not evinoe lany o at ur
Itlon of this difficulty by meet IdMnd ou
of the Railroad Compaales to dent B i
as a solution by the Rail.
ilt in his intention, but he Oe / mar
discuse lpoiber thA u ta n
d propostbna )u t
' the meeting and contett .. ( "I
Sl a at capacity. When ol- AtteAt:t

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ftnni, and *1e baok t ,na 6" o .V
k thout chani, edltlib or n M thf

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rallroa Jacked In ability, thMVoggb ,* 1W
, owns to properly do so, bec was#
o qualtlcatlona for the toak. Thls, auou not 'a
sai4. Iestslus ". It Is not to be expted that PSI
two MW pb spent but' a a* .Im t
Ia ab In pument with these who ,
have "i the study am a who a",
ha ereo~aetdrahettralnlna l naaooolla' Tle v
nySpWe,rtt neai to the thins required ,

hlearl tu ga 4ityr for the p,
lat 0ad b irftaSMhiage. The:

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Ieedlkt Itetsodilesofth4Maa%71
UNe aOss EMt the rpresentatae ofthaU


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fat, t Ihat.aorted a t.b # may
ahave bmeeA u lamnto thb trap a Stovall's
latest bit M ,-t di^ Iv .66411A iiwot '
b..ole th 4 #,pti T lhoW .&Ml'e used
A the ethic.
0beuby. I WbrP Ol-UU Oi ,4 N5STLY

Tho ew els4 of etor l hic. w+ A rtem frequently
'steas tob t the Newspaper

The latest I otittled" 45t op q,
Who I sId t"l la the ri lti ap dt" 46 lMt unlike

uh ttry"A"1ti4a eittiIn the
nMornin TrIb a t t T ap a" e ^ as, 4R i~ ,.b the fol.

7 "Ti Mi m f40 this
Mrs s(d,6 he II to call
trrm o M Am*t +,n oww I ftNm, m f-

bis 'owu ery tI a eSt tIlla a act one of
your *itris, sad t o, it e piue w
"Thaklax Poi i fTya for yew. ltt i to t U10am

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Clipplng of the Mltorial in quule as it appeared au idal In the
Tampa Tribse was ataebed to this letter.
Here's the answer: '
"CleelaA, 046.. 0otet N, 106.
"Mr. Claud LlUnle, The n&, Tal ah- s, 1
"Dear Ir-Yo Iett lppr 0oePp Mopes4eatY hamnched me.
You are right thainkg t*h editorial was a cleasa teual $4a sent out
to clue int the N. &L A. sad we ba BveO ollet la a a. The
editorialwas written by Charle"s

While Stovallmay be 'bulldin a compete a yrhe 4a e time
buldldn a reputation es an ral tMef Wleh sIM wt ito see.
He may thi"k ,40 a 18t&A'thioble oteen's
work as his own, bt this srt f tbin bo4nd t e
In the use of the keen% pir of sesors and the 1 d4psatopot, Editor
Sto alU shold not neglect t se Ao his pesdl, I a,10% t1 Wnes of the
papers or pubiatiao from iclh he i ben In iola .


The promeatce which the oppotlion to It has'broot to tie dralnage
Amtdw0t 'has rulted nla elltg atteUon to the adgtsabIt and desir-
ability of allowlig the people the oppottunl t r will BY
DIRT VorTE ON ALL LAWS that are pae t ig '
This ha been called the referendas and on -cuat *14 a1dvocacy
under this name by SVI aipts ad other a-loenteati a th 6 t*0r'ndUrm"
ba been brought Into a edt 1reute. ." '".
It has become term objectionable to isao.a toA Is
GOOD AND THE PR=ICIt1B IS SOUN 7, ad Itgo 15a to con-
dea the idea or rejet the priniple bel-ame of *tlUIf .oVer the
S ,name. ** :" '
celrth I never will be Romeo," ald tm -feared
that the family fde between the Montagues i4d 't4l hamper
hWIahis salt t r the badsi of ,the fair JElet. /
A' It IP reject this hates nan erd 1 U US
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IV 98000edad mento represented th&n Ia ta~men
r4 WO K.' 'At best th. laws ane bet tela ft.of the
and it:-Vorut they' are the Voesit Of pb e 4-agt t

Them laws% pwfG bythese rrAeu Ita yes cwbeht etipr

DW*to aiauIil they -have had anthei

,hsP51ncigMik t be zowlet"in JItB ftll 5I*Uki3"1

hrsat il eatheam am not~shi n~

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that sN RMp ml'! .fiht gy as

This k4I, p:soma that aft Jut thrown out In Ifier;
Weall" Wdl~ho~tdv ffithI* to beck-in up.
'1ta~,t~~ t~tiGruoom obuesvto during a

h ave" 1*,o Wth elIkuib f the ottlse t1M.lq
On accoout*Niek Aa'00t~ooute S hhe a ld*t4 to uu,&ers
hundred _?a*pwa ~~rtunityto *owthar -abub~t,

in the to Qqiao I mr. Ucdri'u, y met~~h
negroed own"Move, hq iaSpIw iethanlbaI ohehUitv
city Tht.e te*ogt'O have, and ab their'
good beawWR t~~,O unor#
In my )PPssIVPW iom~mv.I h-ve leestreated .wiit 4h.0upOet m'epec
y the aioj s~li b I haft WA*but'two ocaionsto eoupWa.
of l1m~e~n~h m*mWan#$ Of nee g kIDaruuldenoqthere ofmie

As long w apes behp. themevu they are threat w i*4k
SOnVille.* .
As long k~elo~bhvrtdoilwya "s thoy! receive 'thkb suxdu tf&tatW
and Mr." o t~.~e t4the a"e hv p~ ~~i
JaekkonA ci py e btunotybebekA.~ wwa

What kind ad a iythe-:have hk" th"r A.
The ~ ?h~lii h~ h~eul~e iialhic arrested my attention
was onq, 'i~t~ p ti1 tst Auditor to Investivate the State De.

There 15 SO*Athilrt Wtulauiy ntworthy! In tiswere It not- for, the
hDP~~t~tiOi m thace at there io need for thislve I WStlgmtlo
In tfa, A min thisM o specie, 04,rSs againt owe of the Do
partimenaivts~ *at "I, hT~z'Ru htn u
Ia- I t pmar. at Ath~ wrltln& whether or net their. IW. any'
reed for wlwkti rajohe'd~riet sP4~I
principles, W ~srathta ui bolb a~ lthb
public Ae -- h utyo u VnIipty.
Mr. bssvlespa a tataOr oer who SlRdte
Carri hA~ML9 iito. !WsbW his cbb0n2614t whletregives him
thear t "1W Obt~ w olalsned looking after..

Th a~~lftle"ibt4 AMA&" ldiama we:to, preset to the peopi
of this Stho it I of W r~~at that It wrl*Ube, hattfr fthe'
state DOW'.44 "11 *~1a~tMw~ hl ihai pren at ~ws
factory eI'W s0n hda -be*w mnm %*th` i'
to the WWI 1116tbbPjohi td. each .eb6m

Non~~ae 4.-o .n tiP n m IY
All that itis 4i AMMUM *IQR "sdthe t It TUND ?(iRcannotheo

this benuess tbim.The rePorts 03Ofth
d~aesho t~t a~qIMbl peeesageof thorn wholIaotIt haek

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I grant that vaccination u. be r b
for. certala death; so have tynlie anl d mor-
hae; wo yi4 you take Itro e ae *
faoD thqse aups besaus e fol overlap
their polaopous propertlept .
Youn waer In your edo htao ,tar
lIad of usu "b dob
S .bation. If I ewed up y *l4t1t With a
Aunlesa aeedO and dirty h ad thus eaeed
a feterstig sore, would you oem ALL sewl-.
-up of weundst Beause? Ia isolated casea
tetea .u and blhod poisonlntg' ,t< tlnowed the
polat though the eo IbeO"
lOtlefl mind, medial, comm l or EVEN 3DI-
.ORIAL deduee the remark conclusion that
all vaccination is. bed? B e ,the kin Of evey
one oountains pus orpnmet. lob, m 'wh Itm
diced ,nto the c'irculation, the mediumls of
lIsh hook, pin or 'Ven -vacci ,polnt, may cause
i deata, would you forbid the .~4mle an be e
,Aldet operation of vaocinatito when the kin
of the atient and the hands f the operator are
.ren.eed In ocuous by him whbb would rob them of
Their health and beauty. ,.
Oh, 0Ms. EdItort Physclaeut ipientitt Logician!
and Raosreherl H3BITAT-beore you oe to
ltaculate thes befuddled vhi of yours Iato the
feeble itauda (all others are mnune to you) of
some of your "dear readerr" e1 0o may and or
State freed rom Its stagnant, ad ad drained
of Its best manhood too; Its -ir maidens pocked
and pitted, their beautiful eyes dimmed forever
and thder twisted hands groi Ag blludlyt fr the
threat of sumleml -
.* oase your' dirty undershbt rubs a raw sur*
, face which your caelessness laves exposed and
you develop your ever-fearful "blood polsoninl,,
weld you blame the vaccine I and have our
people disfdgured by the pock rks o this
see and our graveyards fled those forttlate
enough to 0cape a living death? Better by hrI
war a clan shirt and place a bit of iterile gus
over that small surface.
Most truly yours,
M. D.

t la ^to the healthy
blooat it MIGHT
disease that
S1 shall not,"
others like
;:~op6e." That
doctorss have
hawtheir concoc.
t06ns 1 R, "LeIt those

doctoms, m3 "Wt' )our health.
late uir b ad4 tn i adb s alone must
be 4w04e#W 9, of the people.
You va i tek to learn
an,,htln ab titIth s9,^ should not
whth er' a$4 *or bad for it.
YTu' have amthti toW tdlIt,'Wfi are the ones
on hborn you amttgl* f,nkawledse of your
h o" dftl picture, a
errigIOa wi *Vthe real dis.
eae umbll oOx but bt pa Iie many people
.with this $t.ue anw ,i ; meiproved methods
of uauita1o9 4,4 liness, ave been
two p ftnt fators this terror fioni
the minds' ef thIe wk or themselves.
Dr. Jeaner no doubt ae a O 4atdore7y, !n his
day. but Dr. JeMiaar'ar w j aIday long removed
from t.iS, Dr, Jetnea dw9ap day l a which
lath tubs were unknown. HI Gay was a day in
which the scenes of sanitation had not yet been
,deovetoed. lSmallpa & ATrror t In Dr. Jenner's
day.. It is a mild and eaily curable disease In this
daf of the battub,' j j.,,.. ,
ais young ma ek to e00if me by painting
a picture of myild i sr breath with the
diphtherltie menm'brane Uooh 'c lIts throat, and
asks me whe-thwer or aot Id wIt04llmr.1 the onti-
toxin that will miWBV ItN VtWly d4fe-ent is tl1
MconG eon, wheU ( e l .ea ,as(atone.- on my
ch romthe one seek toco
taken la In Inatlia I lthy organisms with
rosy with health, with the vile poleon gathered
from a festerin, aore o* th l body of a calf, car-
:ryU, with It mllo q o a pte all other dis.
mes which. Lu': in th pl a .whore Cwfs ioe
kept. 'r ( '
This doctor soeAlcs vey highly ,f the r pproll
aseptio methods of ,zppl i tls poison. He
points out the tact ;that thiis carefully
prepared, but ftals' e lae of the fact
that while the 'Vaiaibol se l mn opportunity
fot the absorption 6 th t of consumption,
typh id, malaria and l o ae which vex
iudakltd 'Is qoe0ntu.o.n I the surround.
ulg of the aalmaldfrml0 whlhIt s1t taken. I say
to this young man, and to all others who think
like lpi, .thatIf th jo ageptic precautions
are taken In trtiitt iiMaese smallpox, as are
pare it when he a e tp Jo late my child,
the posleon which he be v.qjr ,prevent it, there
will be no more daa thd ihet e Itself than
In the remedy Whih heo.- t Doctors have
tried to fasten the oapioly Taclnation law
upon the Ppeople of maPny L ;, they have suc-
ceeded in but few. The aU! acination freedom
It spreadlng. IAt lthe .oire or acquiesce
In the belief In a preventive of
pallpox take it. 1 t& d.whd ddonot, have the
opportunity of rejectlgit,.,, .

So carefully guarded are the secrets of the med-l.
cal profeslion that they write. t"eir prescriptions.
lian a unkews tongue so that pone may pry into
bothe po lead k eerets. He asi, what d I know
about butmriology. I answer ''Nithlnu "e" ,, 0
"Have yo ever studied serum.iberapyrT I again
Osmwer, "No." "But It does not require a knowl.
ede of bateriology nor a w ang into the un-
charted eas of serum therapy for me to exercise
my eommos ense, which tells me that there la


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In a letter which we eat ,o
people a tho b m

We.041I datitteHori
could not live up to the hihet
i ht tad. tp 1AN
axe9 f aQ^ hm* VAW it

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must msuc d ~. SPITE Op, ot B u UfII 01,
"A jMfttlIh Is dep t Uo Its adver.
ttelUiumsi f" for Ia "*tWnc SOON BE-
e Ut that e were tndl upoa mew ground
*id wetaIn this' prop tabt we felt
ar ef r utd, sd, ouad iaf prompted us to
I m n OUR VnRY .UmipNO. mmo the
- eab thitst to ho
Se NM we have e to thepeople.
lwljwwome have we we Sow ift
Om ALONE do wetpet to deriv
lts AgMJ AMOUxN U VnUUfor the
tUh T .ts .^ tang to Sa sd appeal such as

ht w h ert
fw1^ ^ krum =ond t

truth of what haM t i as a an axiol.
that "M N R OM TRUST-
ED TO DO TM: BW yum- t
Here are a few t10 t~si received las
Wee r' e eltd r -more than
s will pemnat. :ILut we deem it
Our duty to 4p^b"A^ K that others
who havAy not t i THB SUN'S
Chariot, may n e jlt at reir negh'
bore get from the ride t SuS
Pose YOU should not bje teie for.
tunate oe. Take the oppotUt s oW presented
to yow of "t a npi"~qWW8 Chariot
You may have lano t t to do this.
Put your Intatift *Ok about
it for a fmr Mlsalla, 1aa 12 for
a ysm r e.g jqurney,
uAs You ha pea to hawX -
3ltor THin 1906
Uatoes4lad to ^ tr TC2 W= ad Watson'
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AD-.- Ah

ele lphe h

ia at in his con.*
u at home smok.
ver certain events
"nd almost forgot
Ube held a letter
bite sheet of paper.
crakling merrily
4 and Dr. Joense
e dr and then gae
Ales and under his

h4etter had eitherr heading nor
*s no writing to
the postmark on
-'Wi a remote sub.
*tM*8 i y ouet In the northern mu.
b l o'the gea octy; but Dr. Jen.
6 bW, ia well he knew his own
Anem ut who dl sent that letter.
Knew It beousae referred to a cer-
tai evea t in his ft tih, spoke of a
eostpreamlin p graph and other
tbhiup only one knew these
thipg, the knowl which would be
very dloastreos to Jensen't domes.
tic an dnanclal The writer of
this letter hinted1 t a money con.
sideration, if tly large might
purehae the in Ulag evidence.
Oupy one man k' these fats, there-
%to tuint have lt the mistive.
.e go aesk a 0: When Jensen
waS graduated m an important
easte medical 1s and had had
two years' hospi work he stood on
the threshold of hl career. He liked
medicine, had been'a good student and
was well Atted practice. But he
had falcIhal ambrton. All his life he
had been poor; he ad worked his way
through college, with the heel of pov.
erty ever presslnk his neck. He
wanted money, b the pathway to
money through ijactice of medicine
was as a rule Sbw and 'uncertain.
"Many 'doctors' je called, but few
are chosen," was only too true and
Philip Jen a studied the subject of
his future very se'ously. The ethical
thing for him to have doue at this
time would be to bpen an o$ce, fur-
nish it modestly, put a pretty gold
sign reading: *,l ip Jenson, Physi.
clan and Surgoi,e en the door, and
then to sit down 4 ai easy chair and
wait-wait for om0e person to come
along and be 1dd4enly shicken with
stomach ache. wIE must wait for his
patlento-walt perhaps like the "Hon.
Peter Stirling" foi two years before a
client came along. In doing this he
would be stritoy, ethical, but two
year of being ethal wasn't pleasant,
especially when Vhe doctor needed
food and radment during that time.
If he were reasoably successful in
building up a practice he might after
aboet tena years beable to pay his of-
Ie mat and support himself. But he
didn't propose to )e poor that long;
in tea e he wnted to accumulate
a goodly amount of money; In 20 he
wanted to be Indpdent. He studied
carefully over thbse questions and
finally 3aM aS advertisingg specipl-
laL" !e dpat from thl hewn
lines medine* trough the papers
he k la his chosen eipe
were reasonable,
IL Mthe cedit side

With the coming of money Dr. Jen.
son branched out. From the com.
torts of life he went to the luxuries
His roons were beautifully furnished
and he 'and O'Brien lived together.
it was 4id these bachelor apartments
6f Dr. Philip Jensen became the 6eone
of more than one n W vt
at wine, jtomen ai
dominant. Dr.
life to the full and'B
was helping him along. A goodly crop
of wild oats was being sown by both
For three years life Upw u
eventfully for the doctor an h
retary, when one evening DrlJ
said: -
"Harry, I am going to surprise you."
"How, Phil?" 'is "
"I am going to get mrie41"
"*Marrie4t ia hal W 'sa
good one Phil. Who's the luo ladyT
and how about all our friends here?"
A dull red color uffsed Jn
ace as he reipld:
"Nev6r; mind Who the a40 i
haven't spoken to het yet ,sa leaol
know ift she would have me; but I'm
getting sick of living as we do, 1
want a home; the money question is
easy no* and I'm going to have one."
"You don't suppose the future Mrs.
Jensen would be proud of the life we
are leading, do your'
"No, and that's Just it. Tonight is
oui fard*ell. After that I quit."
"So do I, then. Since coming with
you, Phil, I've had a devil of a good
time. You've treated me well and I
have a fdw thousand of my own laid
by. You know I like the law and I'm
long back to It."
"But I don't want to lose you."
"There, Phil, you and I know too
much of each other to be together
after you're married. You can get an.
other secretary "
"What you say is probably true,
O'Brien, 'but I hate to see you go.
Well, anyway, we'll have one last night
of it," and out they went.
Dr. Jeaen would have given a great
deal noti to have bad, that "one last
night." ertan thp hi happened
which dangerous Mlther man
referred tto these evate, but each
knew t other knew. ,A4.o w mouths
later DrJeasen married and O'Brien
opened p a law oBce of his own
downtown. In a. way O'Brien pros*
pored. *e beaem a poa lawyer
and soef h t t h wered on
the underworld. He 6a4 money, but
his stoditg wam very high. Aoer
Jenen's marIle the two men de
dom saw eah The doctor built
a beautiful hoe and was living a
very relettble ife. O'Brie gener-
ally li. at .ome political club.
Dr. Jesuen thought of all these
things as he sat in his don on the day
this story opened.
"1Damtf him," he muttered, "he's
pla.yLg cinch on me. He a't
a thing toIse and every to gain.
I wo derow much he weata
The a" day Dr. Jesen dropped
into O(Brun's I00 .
"Hello,' Phil," said O'Bile> ,with a
show of cordiality. "What on earth
bran ,u here Any of your pa&
tiets w wet pay up, and you wnat

met he mtt3Wed
"Whot Wt
Miller" t 1
"*easa car

do ~ou mean, M~.


golong on in your hnd rid
ien: 'Blackmasil' Wel
utli name; .It you eol
the head it woUte
t tyou, ca't prove It'
a typewritten and' addr


bw*t th la 3W j 'qualed. He
docato. "ow m mot t oneokg do
WO Nth Dr. Jkes,'he
ha his*^m~ltb wid oa" "ad
ht ath U pRNSti &-al gay -Edd
met elh parasill. He
was a ^ah lwyer, pan and d1m*
t Out ou all O Bria," sai
doctor. "How *dis amoey do won
want .
"mle yr soul, you're gettg e
erousl ow much money do I ipm
Ao s lssese douamt at well on


days and gi
or another. '
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the $15,000 i
of Pod."
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Mdiwz? hia to t g that
a;_ 9.4i tue s" Ptht bits of steel strike ofto and
*wo __a.._ e. nIe l1.e a chadu .
S i OW e a.d two womrkn aas ie ear t, -, that that
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o h fee; l .nsr troqe doe tot whethe ntee ko 04[el a when
s m, .., w to it bse ould o akd upwr n o obio ,ws" like the o th chang
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elam,, o* ar wait ah t Ae go e t t m o
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7et t 0e &0, MhoWe h t that JUr t sho oh in d ret ti e wo a J itn. Tl _a herfelt at
S fs th y would deeaOcieode afrheot a toc heaemes d Jul the otthevsoa bu wero allm ailt

atLy o yar. r mu f ss the e ase oe rof three o ,e stes' toetheUmS Srth Drus toispenerallay u rl
sorl t90 shht. e the boo atheie d I the arm dt tho adhthoandressite t foseup.o doket e h.m ,opth erw

b n Mup o which re would kep going. Then all he ha d ahm wemthretoand el* hop eo' aO
r ofte o or. 416J M d gay vewa to pa the streets with p ie.esofhattetey er ,oo4 6h7 l t' he
OW so weth an. Itar nd. Thues and thousands of other JersIn theneroo were enrSroh frnound Itw
othem abon o hetloth,,h nestha-rotohe ate hp tIa is tos d e ar
Atet 51 Aiv t* thlM taos homelM wreh, Inquiring at stores f mathne s otht at ertpemg teel H o t s adr in
Te O ws ieeMe, r ees wahs o ge ad actori ea for a chan e hroaslby slow takes c u htg t th etmeWgt
itbdS th e Asewn to m t r and hat lther wau to crawl Into sepon the, p SiSees stamighe ad st h o r en
tl I vete f e an eat heaud some dobrway or underneath a truck tohns el Theamet however, were "ll oiihte n
r o Jo, o"wo er r and hide there until midnight, wheen thm stradgthemwno iondald term to gpt aoho w r weelai i t
eperfe, Os f re ad eohiggtt oef thesta*iton pig them into a bket, already to tes th acapeh
etp reSS e tS w fr he thees ands oane of the sta on h bolt the hrester oethe Fr som Duiat. ttlr mill. Jur
sl, ge ru t a tslts he irW he the roer, and lie down eein the mid yt ant m chin carme tens, o n Wu to. wi up h ret again an
wM ,--,,t, kil th ir. P o q u alo ,1 ,." nd begs ao ouSth u of teel bu to fit upon bak ptla-. -e had lont his ho
eef tWow O tMg ,ttn w b the oand t bacto re these bolt. In other places all thes but the the awJ loaId of the m
hm oI qon, dedtn o flh with'"eTrm n and M. ona du r bp odte g "te f r e e Jsrts ou ghi of adint and h up to dry, and ten whe Ma.ia wu, eli again r
teS. of 04 SM arrwt".W &se aarrly thae.t .p yyldAound on woy, t a room whem olo od ftat o prt a n svoe. c i
1"tas Otwg owt paocnhe wolod stharuck foor hal mane *g ovei them wianth erad e sop r woul a oveu av dIn
S h o .. t day,i ao u anhe carried ng old low, sO ha they might look cheergetful a tiflUla ll. .th elf, w
a Mhe iselaidM.ef to inr sowtedt ltMo o e OW me. on lever ights when he might oth. e castngrooms, and his task was to w5e pa oD.:rj Al day he sat
~ Aw"mther I WitO. 8 .. erwe u ave froshen to death; and it make the moulds of a certain part He mahe tlng bots; and then
Jue #s w the. family to a *thMi aho gave him a chance now and then shoveled black antd into an Iron re the evening he wMt to the pui
I FA M. fe dh,~..He ee to buy a unewpaper in the morning ceptacle and pounded it tight and set school to dy l d lesrn
w. he of h t e ee ew wthw .anda unt up o lne ts whis rivals were it acide to harden; then It would be read. In aditon, be he h
hrM hi h .b a de lha _i. d ta!h. aop d wsatlng for a pater to taken, otd molten Iron poured into famuy of ilktech d en to support
io totn hm ,A.t thM MALr ia I the'en Jurgles got a chance mould-or rather for perfect casting urdayl ad uar he served al
tooty Ofa te i frft f through an accidental meeting with an nearly hall his work going for naught wSatoa; he *asufrMd to pi
to the,11* AOf 0i aHemIot nto.i mane of ht union You might tam him along with dose two button at oppoit ends o
folm s ilEsi inW% sX te, t a workitn tade oint actoreds o the a whole communst of demon,; hs wak osPla ,tro inutesh i
s tL M thePal n anVter us"; ande gh fen ad g arst wr o Illsn keth drivn d e ab hatd t to t" y w e
eeq a .g ms set, him to cme alOkong, aond he.. wolid of at enne; hise oo, blacak hal fetMeaelo o
to 10eb1eo1 lteaw eaOW set lth ev ag w orsdfohim tostbiSse, wis wey s ealn dipdntouh ste felW; as hshour
bflht Oliwsh erte hnand disease.
oe Gas -ith toffbya owhepgofordtwoveell.morJurgist o siwatroflpoingI thesandow4 his fa. he h lalf lea ine ftw
taem ae 4" 0' 4 m0 wihns alW. tml a sp n i ms Whene hOe had onhovtele e a mold uld th e ou : tare, St sad .i
soa ut th nerto 'r soe sgatherong os ueoa of sandchoild -reached for ther8 pde yet tl wo 'w1 mghat o m ia
teal aaa~tht ao iun theca r redsoar ol M to pso tht withe It aof atok the rmanl aUOttract att a1d eomeo a ki
6heaM tatoatothirtydays ui hms when the foreman, after etrof t aot running rapids and a or a 0 wome had done
in ris to rel ,Mder. i lg him over and queaUonn seoiom.inng a pole at fight of a submerpad this place. roi tht Malosa col
N a1a' h o e Im that he could find an opening ok A. day long thi r m woulet a lat tia l where
e wto thush is whobe ic entered rade binder emh. wde they wosat
ea. then e .i- ,o,- ,- ,it, how muoh this accident mwran tre UPo the mults of lae twentp moe Into rthi agHborood, anduh
h. stow aw m PI ..he go turgl. he rlised only by stages; for three Intead of twentygo and a half would really chance. WI
a ob in k8ngtowa h e found that the harvester work d ovatean hour; and then his product hope like iIk ome use
ho a Vt ChiaO O he were the aort of place towhech phlmaon wotdabe koned up by the wadm. s vts g;to t a oere
wAt.d hIs Ume hut~gVw had thopits and reformers pointed w1th taer, and Jubilant captains of IndusI t-ated like a huW bc-by d
him oma Uecret st I pride. Ithadmethought h orits emw tre i oald boathofItIn theirhbnqueti he Would bhMw themo 40she could
big sad i t hO Wa8athe pla hs naoi th._s ti me _oy It. proveW l a restaurant where twice sm, efficient thoe of thet how he would hang hon
,and Hew lr- n nahv uI the workmen could buy good food at any other country. I we are thepr cttV h-

deceit plmenaces where Its wirl htandnearoni would he tor begminloswent
n KaU City and t Joee. ost; It had even a reading room, and _Yeatemt nation th..s n evaongith m t t dttns ma f n the ni
da. ys H, de t W s wn o hi a y .-OsL l .obld poss It'RSn ta ndwas

oo" tv wk fothe paikes ro msf o the element of filth ,wansto tsnpitch ofn ;sw abeke a lGad on
Ao 4110It, expected d nor dreamofbyhmn. uarter fr dollar aW l e, and keIt lthne morrowhis de
f el ti thia new place came to seemafkind hag itnele;vhiy deade. l'oe fu torthr notic bet
eegea ore umatsfaettoa a heaven to him. was a aie

160ohindto s S p ge Jurdi fawoery ito his btosi lst, wl to e oe "I ,

inakdn"&$ to.?eo the hundreds of parts of was Jurollgtaskitowheerlthtothe wotld ahtht wver. of

out In a6 It wand there weas aI whch ;f his topo unwttwsafort; ernt Sma. l twoat basce- the
I IboVt* twob Md t; soIusds w& M

log. VA*O

Sto TIHB UN seems
bet onoeamot ex.
for a, d that, If
to ve a GOOD,
S;o the t their battles
S d enoament of modern
'0tOtbblm he people) must
I Mt tt ,the giver of al ood and perfect
gfts WIN h YOX health and strength and all
the ateral things that are *ecessary to enable
you t ei tla the publleatio of THE SUN as
lo a yo acs do so under the policy indicated
by Me Arat year's elatence. Sincerely,
--- -
MadIsqa, Fla., October 29, 1906.
e Sir- o Ad find check for $2 for sub-
Sfor one year. I like the
M 0 .t on acountI, of your outspoken style.
Us/ U cue It tIsows tp the Times-Unlon and
SMi I also like the way you Jumped on
1 Iow rn myself a little bit. Your
r drainageg! Yours truly,
-" '-*

Lloyd, Pla., October. 27, 1906.

Editor THB BUN:
Der Biri-Through a mistake your paper was
order d to be sopped. I renewed my subacrip-
tlif .oot after. Continue the paper. It's the
8DUT IN THE COUNTRY. Respectfully,

Bustis, Fla., October 10, 1906.
BditWor TH BUN:
Dear 'Bpi'ol osed please find $2 to pay one
year's aubeoripuon to THB SUN. I have almost
leaned to think that I can't do without it. I
like your independent, tyle of hitting those that
needM httng rgarless of onsequences. Pat's
letters ael right and to the point, and as to
the abstraot busMes, It certainly needs to be
oapge4d, or the- present method is an outrage.
Very rspectfully, -. -
lqF ort Myers, Fla., October 12, 1906.
Editor THU K:
M i.- :SUN I have received and
rea w pleasure. 1 congratulate you on
Oat paper, especially your editorials
things rotten, and may THE
BUNl lo"0g life and Claude L'Bgle prosper
11 t of yours truly,.

Crewaville, Fla., October 13,1906.
Baltor TON.B 'e:
Diar hewith endloM check for $2.25 as
WMteW f t year's sbsuriptlon to papers,
a pg f c ildl,. 'I canE.ot afford to be with-.
dmt YH Wm I o*esdder It the best paper pub-
lished In forida. You are certainly a terror to
ramSie a VWdors *Let the good work go on
Math b protect 'the honest people. Very
tn yoe-- -
Walabookee, October 22, 1906.
Bdtor THU &UN: -
MaDirar b-ha $1 enelosed for your valuable
biae- aiathts should have sent It before.
Mitb Mefmnmd. It tells the truth and
gsb alrMse ofof every honest man.
y lo 0 71r s truly,
f *- -
S Pierce, Fa., October 6, 1906.
S Ceasting Its rays toward me. I
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rOrageP., October 28, 1906.
Si nd check for $3 to renew
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a farm, a home without any land, or a businee; it doesn't matter what it is worthol,
where it is located. If you will fill out the blank letter of inquiry below and mail it to me
today, I will fell you how and why I can quickly convert the property into cash, and wjI
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fW .9 eMO 4.. f forced o
.ee wor. to Meet thw t 8 u"hqs e
pese aid the E$trNt e te ,eIs
phtram&t. of wht. h#a t ONe p. rm94 pay aoo S
hi te owe Mbhes, Junder eo tife
a"me is laEid ep r moth. MO
#re OWt'~re to SO de lM u
t"a 0"athsetfmilyv0n4tohse.
f'He O.O eWeO undr ti o r tfwthe ea owd
o10 of obe, Conr, for ,ae of her
department in the yard had foroe
Mr to e #eI 0attent o fru Mt..
ruvtle oaNt Mbo Mhr. Thes hm
Mue biNadly to thte art* end triE
to bill Connpr, Sinking Ahi teith Ife
Mi14, and 4. dragged off by a do
men. ounr i to tMn rreted, d4a
pende O CrsttO ee n prft on, Owait-
Later hM 4- sntesce to thirty dayt
in priso. iM t reMsed aod
retwe to an .e o" bhe home.
Another gHu A. it.
JW 4or n hie famisuly to a shMf
tond S u n o .. e wss a

a quarter, but Mso $tUa teleots aed
poe with m. At te ior the
sity Muo m1te aed e, Wt Is
Ut, o a wa w t tht mwanla Xe

ie is, de"th m he

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ea-s, thiolde m ngons nil,
be stood d u
a Sob ain cnt as
wiosen mayor eof rh th
wasted bl ta hie had
Out on ba oelist iore tu e
tbig ha li to the plaNc bt

in 1Mtsas yand St. JOeh.
witht trial andwtout appeal; h
weald ae$e work for the pakder
aet-be aould not wea elao battle
pus ta doi4 atkn ianck
heMe they o nthrlle. He a i
ft it bed atimeas hbudTeds aIt,
and fond o tor the mtevew. Ne
wuld na meet ay tmate i a Ldi
thp1 he had gtta IAst nw; bat be
wald always Tad Winhe the te eam
that he wap dondeMede. It padno

forjust that pposk e, adhe *odn
keea or dine ck noin th ah m
ew idher i the o thel a fly m ai l

w was his homas, sch as it wa
tha Wohagottn)e o:b
woul Mlae id whe h tca

she eoulot ae up her ind to go
away ni gIve hidm up forever. Then,
too, IItot* had heard something
about a hanoe to ecrub oors In u
ham's omes a"d Was waiting .*ry
day for word. In the end it wa de.
del that hurgt s should go down-
town to strike out for himself, and
they would decide after he got a Job.
As there was no one from whom ho
qould borrow there and he dared not
beg for fear of being arrested, It was
Arranged that every day heo uld
meet ono of the children and be given
fifteen f.nts of their earnings, upon
which he could keep going. Then all
day, hbe was to ace the streets with
hundreds and thousands of other
home wretches, Inquiring at stores,
warehou, and factories for a chance
and at night he was to crawl Into
some dobrway or underneath a truck
and hide, there until midnight, when
he mig44 get Into one of the station
house and spread a newspaper upon
the floor, and lie down In the midst
of a throng of "bums" and bege rs,
reeking with alcohol and tobacco and
filthy with vermin and disease.
Bo for two weeks more Jurgis ought
with the-demon of despair. Once he
got a chance to load a truck for half
a day, and ain he carried an old
woIman' valtse and was given a quar
tor. This t him Into a lodging house
on several eight when he might oth.
erwise Jave frosen to death; and it
atlo gav him a chance now and then
to buy a newspaper in the morning
and hunt .up Jobs while his rivals were
watching and waiting for a papcr to
be thrown away.
Is the 'end Jurgis got a chance
though an accidental meeting with %n ,acquaintance of his union
daya. He met this man on his way
to work .a the giant factories of the
Harveeter Trust; and his friend told
him 1o 0ome along, and he would
peax a good word for him to his boas,
w oBO e knew well. So Jurgis trudge
, ', or five miles, and passed
thrw a waiting throng of unemploy-
. stthe gate under the escort of his
M I.His knees nearly gave way
i bIth him when the foreman, after
0king him over and questiUoning him,
, t l him that he could find an opening

Row much this accident meant to
Jurgis he realized only by stages; for
he found that the harvester works
were the sort of place to which phtlao,
thiopists and reformers pointed with
pride. It had some thought .or its em.
ployes; its workshops were big and
roomy; it provided a restaurant where
the workmen could buy good food at
cost;: It had even a reading room, and
decent places where Its girl hands
could rest; also the work was free
from many of the elements of filth
and repulsiveness that prevailed at
the stockyards. Day after day Ju rt
discovered these thing-thng never
expected nor dreamed of by him-un.
t this new place came to seem a kind
of a heaven to him.
It was an enormous establishment,
vering a hundred and sixty Aores of
ouMad, employing five thousand peo-
ple. Jurgis saw very little of It, of
uMrsoe-t was all apecialised work,
:he ame s at the stocky&rds; each
one of the hundreds of parts of a
nowln machine was made separate.
ly, and sometimes handled by hun-
dreds of men. Whose Jurgtis worked
there was a machine which cut and
tamped a certain ploew of ste
about two steu ne I** n sine; the

pieces hehandled everyIdell nInedw
ten mUU~ eyery year-how many In
wtn. ttitb;tted with the gow to

ishigoches tothetIl knives of i ak btt l as it w
oth e g pe them out of a ba- the n J generally c
til P hand, pressing first to W 6atk et"eb6.'ether wor
oi iia. .the other aguastf w .ere trnv g, the at-ret ear mI
tei ltely dropping them oely aw It to put on so few cars
with the l oft" baikInto another ba there would be men hanging to e
ket. One f these men told Jucrgis tht toot Of the backU of them and
he had ehrened tthre t hou.hS 4 doorsa p..OWN h, ode, an
pieces of stetel a day for thirty the c" arut ag
years In the next room were wonder- js d
ful maohIee that amt uploong eI erl drink
rods by Iow Stakees out ere o fr 4 tn ren
seising the pieces, stamping heads 'streu
on them, ~grindig them and polhIg l ow ver w rf asa light
them, threading them and finally drops. .Th" l"li
ping them into a basket, all. ready to te toa. M whoad esa
bolt the harvesters together From Durham'I fertllsewr mill. Jurgis
yet another machine came tens of 0r top6-pl4 UP hearts again an
thousands of steel burs to fit upon a VIMe plans had lot his h
these bols. In other places allthe but the then a load of the
various parts were dipped into troughsa an, intere tV o Ih shoulders,
of paint and hun up to dry, and teen whihoMark i a w- I again
slid along on trolley to a room where could start ove eat save. In
men streaked them with red iand yel shop whera e orled was a
low, so that they might look cheerful a Lith Uala ehimel, w
n the s at ert eld. st the ott oe f admiring
Jurge' :friend worked upetais in pem, bks glemhty feat
the casting-rooms, and his task was to wae day he sat
make the moulda of a certain part. He uaohwe funiing bilta; and the
hoveled black sand Into an Iron r the- evo he eBt to the
ceptacle and pounded it tight and set school to ot* Bn eh and lea
t aside to harden; then It would be retd. In ddIton, be e he hi
taken out, and molten iron poured Into family of ,Aight chlden to support
it. This man too, was paid by the his eanin w.e not enough, on
mould-or rather for perfect casunr, urdap and uO lea served a
nearly halt his work going for naught atman he quIred .to
You might see him, alo with downs two buttons at oppoite ends
of othersr,tollng like e possessed by buildl4 every t i li and ua
a whole community of demons; his walk too Ml l tIo minutes,
arms working like the driving rode had si s to study beta
of an engines his long, black hair 1 it rp. J 1 i felt jealous of
tng wild, his eyes tating out; the fellow; for the sort of
weat rolling In rivoer4own hei taoe. he hItaluf J eamed of, two
When he had shoee the mould full three a He might do itm
of stand, and reached for the pounder yt, If he or chance-he m
to pound t with, it was afterthe man- attractatte become a ski
nor of a canoeist running rapids ad man or a some had don
seizing a pole at stght of a submerged thisO place. Su that Maia
rocL All day loni this man would get a Job Ia t m where t
toll thus, his whole being centered made binder they w
upon the purpose of making twenty move Into thio borhood and
three Instead of twentytwo and a half would ieall chance. Wi
cents an hour; and then hi product hope like sl ome us
would be ned up y te reckoned up by the ivtg; to d hre you
taker, and Jubilant captainW ofind ta s trea lke h wa e-by
try would boust of It In their banquet he would w thm he could
hlls telling how our works are Predate It. i lughed to himself
nearly twice aas eols ent as thoee of he t hsho he wouldhang o
any other country. It we are the thtis -
greatet nation the sun ever hoe And ta afternoon, the n
upon, it would seem to be manly beOf h s tfkve iatlewhe h
us Ws u a b en able ttoooaad hee I hew a grouP
.wao erans to ths pitch of ftMreuy; beore a placard on
though there are a few other thtogfos ow at *af he we*st over i
that an great among us,* ncuding "Ie "st w a14, they told him
drinkbill, which in a obmllon and a beil wltt he MIrrow hi dehim
quarteriOf d1lA year, and doubt. *A C f hi e r works would
hg Its every decade. leowd UWf Urther oUel
There was a machine which stamped --.
out the Iron plate, and then another OCAPTI' rXXI.
which with a mighty thud, m edA T t was the way eydid it! Tb
th m o the shape of theittng-d waS ot half Ia hou waning-
portion of the American farmer. Then works were cloisd It hhad app
they were piled upon a truck, and it that way before, M a the me an
WAS JurMgsstk to wheel them to the would da 4pM that .A forever.
room where the mahin"e. were &.a hd made all th am tg machi
smabled." This was thechidslatht thoeWld nhet, and now
for him, and he got a dollar and asv ahd to walt t i -Mi wore out!
ety-five ets a da for it; a was nobo b i4a h 'was the
onto Waa w e Iiw.)

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Editor THE BUN:
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mt Peooe, FIa., October 6, 1906.

eas8u g Its rays toward me. I
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' t Oraane. FIa., October 28, 1906.

ed, find check for $2 to renew
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I am 69 years old today and oelbmte tht day It strikes
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sure to place on my list a number of new properties, and I asm just as sure to sell thee
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where it is located. If you will fill out the blak letter of inaqury below tnd mail it tod a
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beio M atn 1w6eA he .is t t ,fo ater. Drt. Jensen h A d his bat i r his. .iastt PP
et guid morf l th I s return you amre t rn e fa nd towrdsyqu. Y t. th tgsl tar, toe

.. a .t .dWieth at. over toI*, hi r a right intoB t. A veryit H.slender copper -i"'t t. h 'idum ll ht HIt

I this le -ttee wire ra from a latehld Insi 1 the dren bouAt him. "And M. a
downht ist out th left trouser leg was t or i
U*?o Tbat's what Jsnt has told you" and along the.,or othereircd beren te t we
se ^>^ ^M ^- *rman. figh ting hard You Just held to your ear. ,only it in p pei l o m nnBsl> *ho

....a, at5:d45;Msenmetyou itheld tomy eartad court ato. g oad t-.

yi t. ft. ,,by.Iwa ow,-old th it' e. ,,Vaw *0te
ot ia we es s ,--I-he -ardev ery word of the around *I hea so tOti i e o-- late*goa t E
trapHYOU still look incred S. ta?

S,?he, e wit was too, loe .eIwtII lrewat .R liy you. ob.
II wa. a-" we wud' t t, the.:d 'itotstopalis w uld
colonel, you're. a good wlea Dr. Jnsni q etop" n y os tr uant o cr f rh W *i

IIuonds yio'edapewreS re I* eptino ne nid gtrout, "0,01,Me
a**;t1a was-lat MY CMs last and-Iunwounitaswahit tul%.p

bet anf lt A te -N O n$ hard What he.came In. I ao alle 41that be.. wrhj B ef 4 jIU
| baiknr' t beband. The wire ls w wt tS tt die adb

p the Bt hld off of you? Zet that,'seein it. just a moment aYfty bad no Vae lookg fa weii Ai
the $1b I in frestteorked from the ou ofct IT". foundht they had b^
SUN* Vhe >a t t andIe ra. I vat he hi m ot tt days-there >
-h bela to It. ** 111 a"nIkbm^to said arfew-wVorasto t hiu.s hi., Mr. XWIt taobl s, tiVS0i1
ii t T was aO r ort e, w hat have tac youo toa sayo it W .s s s u U qll|M .


t b.

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Ttil! BUN

-~ ~ ~ foww WOW IP''~ ~ Tsi~ .a

at the

tion il

nor 1
show evl

tue rOlo
sion, but
the new ,
of the co
that aa 1i
businea i
should' t
four d
demand %1

nish eal
edy for
been It
that thu
ties. T
put up i
of the I
$5 sib
of byq
did 0
to coli

alo b
to thi
the eG
road .

I edmmt toposed to
the Rahi Commis-
"Chief Go 'fttion was
Aimod e solution
tetm Is declared,
ed In, the
Cmrri ,ptate, which
M care upon d ad within

Ot ,$ delay.a
I oet J i k 'we usani
in thid demurragp. 'Mr. Riddle, of
that "On demurrage penalty will
4fM th B.A. L. Bail-
S to prodhd was to
Swa now for.4lure to fur-
aod.Otat there isno rem-
iO lt0 il, t it te allroads have
h ; *a+W it0s without suooese,
i M ioutsrown the fabill-
it ethe shippers to
n l"nhtheii ai for c a becA me

d be taken advantage
Impose upon the tall
I ela 'r ears whl cA th
FURNISH, simply ia MS,
The railroads did4 at,
on that they elaani
I a d etl They eaed
eoul eWW be made to pay.
tqo "cMa be sued i

i, let that ad

and that the
ilroad Com.
and so ex-

With ....
hardship o N the r
oped the i

t d of the rail-
t would not cure
4 work a great
here was devel.
standpoint, that

aguPdlat athabo qt s0y 16 (riSkin
one mlllaws* ~quJeo ,snasmnch
as beWd ,obte -oidd# o
glassw aM tp0a ~u
or svgJib Ssy h

hebe4 they Invarlably


litre. -.~a wimkb

the '1
ly. 0
In tb

rovlded that '*ratlr d shall del Wortle o
by u her .raird" M.eofi r Uwe x
voiced the sentiment of the railroad men
when oe suggeAst that this ame0lent aimp$ ".t
to an absolute oek Oation of property. Ho e it
clear the fact that under the oppmrisn 9 4 ie
ameadnent a railroad coud be builAt lat a p F i

require another railroad, which had spet lMa ; .I b
sums for terminals, to do its switching of cars i did
and dellver of freight and th 4 f t% kbuue r l i .ar
was larm enough, sca t e h lal p Oi autf
erty of another railroad. This, be it sad. w from $5 to $. ,!,ri*e i
so reasonable and well founded an objetion. that not ,t lt whe W ado I~ how
there was apparently no doubt left upon the e that hel ll 'be hd
minds of the members of the Commislona, to (.e a on au44 ta .lb.t ,e
the inadvisabiity of adopting this ame~4edat. a s tot I oreel t ,
The next amendment odnsideed was the one will nm t!he
which required the railro es to keep tOI d t
pots open froit 7 o'clock I0 the t 5lk i
o'clock in the afteroa, w 4i u ofI.
one hoott, In cites 4'f over 0,0W r ve
question wee at once raised by the railroad maop. &Pd &ith i c
'"rom whnee emae .this demand~ and. 4vi ont "o t .
brought out that one wholale Srocery Aild by th4. 0h P
n JacksonvilUe ad made complaint of t r 6 'the'n i r o tS
hours In n force rt reoilpt and deOIvyoIt" m.a-, '
ttelgt in that city.- Judge Raney made thl point ...
that no one else had omplalned, and. that he did SOalta, ut "t tan id t i.r (o
not think one shipper oomplalning coulvive rHs of the elemeat* W iokaitk g e a i
to the necessity ler the prUmulgatonMi lt ralus shtte o"" as000
"There is, said he, "no general oompaat,." Mr. to WWhe r ar i t Ti
Parrott suggested that the question b eted by !T
a discussionbetwee railroad men and the haS Me t yet sp,- h'pee toa defat s
business a in J1ao illll and offered for hit outline, but rumoas of It ,11 the anb ler. a
railroad to meet an? reasopable demand tlr Ilt i be listened to with at lIaet the a
hours. Mr. ca f th S. A. L ag Iree tl a r nt along tle e al4 nad.
and thi t t be goe general. Thm a about e p la
It was at this point that ,Mr. seekwith Ta t i
Beit Coast Railway declat ed Ilas1 an AM i' wi .d e!e!I.
poed to his road bein allg,.ised na any wayi
through the failure of other roads to provide otr py ,l .
proper facilities. Ho id that no complaint had
ever been made asgato the Florida Bast Cost
Ratilr about the mner In which It handled,
busin est oeed it; that his road was, upd ,to. e P ""-g'
do business and able t1 take care of ,l bual S
offered and had demonstrated this ability bytak ,!{

is the fofa
the' 'vncipal estfttial
god, ber.-4

the mellowness
be found in

AO annsl

ith6 third
*ag Wh oer-

tK de-t

o et the
.tihes up,
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