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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 10, 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: VID00053
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33400104
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Never, perhaps, in the history of any State, certainly never before in the history of this State, has t
sity for a strong, bold and i##ependent journal been made more apparent.
WTRONOG-n order to insure its presentation of truths that respectful and interest compelling attent
sary for their careful consideration by the public:
BOLI-In the telling of things as they really are, no matter if this kind of telling does upset a few
of skimmed milk masquerading as cream:
INDEPENDENT-of men, interests and conditions, so that the first named cannot improperly infl
the second cannot dominate or.control it, and the third cannot overwhelm and sink it.
There are, doubtless, man such journals now being published in Florida, bWt unfortunately all of
local in their scope and cire' tion. They confine themselves almost exclusively to the affairs of their ir
neighborhood, and when theyto present or discuss general subjects few people see them.
Upon second thought we will amend our original proposition and put it thus-
As never before, this Ftate seeds a strong, bold and independent journal of general circulation and NE
Other things have happened at other times to accentuate this need, but, the unequalled campaign
Drainage Question just close has brought this need home to the people with the vividness of a light
against a dark cloud bank, and the force of a broadside discharge from the Dreadnaught-400,000 tons.
S THE RUN qualifies for., 1 of the specifications included in the list of what the people need in a jour
It ham a general irculatan larger than that of.any other Florida newspaper whatsoever.
And, this is as far as it necessary to go in tile enumeration.
Everybody who has hear, of THE SUN, and tlis includes everybody living or.visating in Florida, k
re '.
But. the end of the ft r of THE SUN'S life is at hand. Many of its subscription expire with t
If your is one of these; is up to you to reneU, tf you have not already done so.
1 l 0 THE SUN has no bank r1II.
No vested interests are ehind it.
It is owned, by the man who makes It, and Ads money alone has been exploiting it.
'1 has done the best he would, buthe oansotdo it ll.
Ita now Uto you, the plain people of Florlda-
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THE SUN caBnit ve sunless the support it, because without the people's support it cannot
Tlg epts support from any sa o, interest, or any met of men, it will not be THE SUN.
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AlTl tht TH SUN ja toadU it, and to pay for the privilege.
THBAUN han done ite d.
It has given you a l a of ti g ood fo to It has treated you hon y and
the matter of news. It 71 yo It ha not held out on you. It ha given u allit could
i Itgot it,.!,
,at,. y imp one. for a yeR's ride in the ChErlot of THE 8UN.
I qor neh .bor t _oW F UPon Mi0f he does his duty, to THE SUN.
I tlthe tl doe, G'ot w a tgettig yYomlo s worth.
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EVBNTY lon years have gone by since
Cynthia Ann Parker was lost to civilisa-
tion. In the days when Fort Parker was
deetroed' thb, gret empire State of
Texas had a population of only 80,000.
They W erl. by over 65,0 h
tiljedsklns, ief o wre the Cds
and: ComancheS. Over W O semlclvtlll In.
dieu roamed over the "Mrte, the mot friendly
belf the ChOMtaws a d 44b oksMaw. Mot of
our frontier history Is rapidly passing away as
the poneers, one by opa, ,roes the sret divdle.
Lik, the lost minee of tie adventuro u 'panlatis,
vat historical .eal th, Is rtrievably lost for
antof same to tto record 4th rt
r isenoes o the' Toax heroes. It was lately
my, usne to know and talk with one of the
Ra9e0 that ptued q ah Parker. Prom him
I 9 the story fthe Whit1 squaw and her boy-
ohioIaln of all, Qoum es.
Ilathe tfall o ha 9y oved
from Cole Counity, Un to Te A. The elder
Parker was a by birth. He lived for a
whl In oin Geor, t lae lisitapnQ, prinol.
pally in old 11'5 Ty, .4Tegn wa st ,itp
from this so ,-, that ,he mQv,, jto el -
nol-theon ao& urfar west. To spek of
Te4a, even in t ahidtM ', was but to menton
a lal toward ithe settl .un. ItWhad a thear
awWa sound. But the elder Parker and his sons
dreamed of the d4tat lau q the froptir. And
the came to bid teir'altarrea nowling
wU11 snee. And what Ie is- e 1aa, they
canm to be mahnamed by the Comanobes, whoew
savye braves. v "4 ."d to: be, rpld ovqr by
the _ood of th vqry; y they ou hlt to ,wipe
out In that terib r4I.
Tl4sae pioneers 6lht lhiker's Port on the head-
wates of the Navasota and about 'txty miles,
aboyq the settI "pnW. It was a ublockwse,
built, about a ol west pf the river and ab9ut
two 4nd one-half mileO northwdet of the pr t
site of Groesbeok.' The 'frt was establifsbrln
1834. At the time ;t1eIqdtas made i ,r 4ea4ly
raldjtMay 19, ~46 TolowIi ere the
fort: The Pa Plmkse,, 'lmxone, sano 2 .2
Protp, Dwights and the Paul r;
Dutyg Silas Bates and Abram Anglin-represent-
ing tventy-two a#l0# nd Aomei te4 n n m m.
children. They, r .I, te fort,, n ,the ,ib t
of the 18th-th-e. j11t, W&4e he raid.
It was 9 o'clookU on the morning of May 19,
188*6-that trae .day, I .!so many others that
hav4 made ToWs, *. rg aed by her nMAyya'
blood. What would ou"r mhty history _)e wew e
t not for these, bloody hpters that tell of the
fall of forts and reoat t .he herolm on uAh
field as Oollad"ul San aoistp? To tdl the
stor. of these PS, d,Qur .Alamo ,arou4 or
flre 1es Is to t acr our sopas that they're born
of 8prtan blo
Jaies W. Parker, Nixon, the two Faulkenburgs,
Bateand Anglln wee-off to the Seldse ss*e oU-
tan In Navasota bt ud4enlyi as ia rI l W ng
front the very t, h ?a*reds of Indian re
seeno.rding toward tlie ort. They came Pth
three hundred yards and, haying halted, d a
whit flag. Benjamin Parker went out to treat
witlthem. He .le and a, t that be.
ulevd the Indians htnd$ to ght, but tlWat hp
wov treat with tha iag8in. He went-but he
nev returned. Pandemonium set in. AaMist
say soreeches and blood-curdling war whoops,
the ole band charged te tp, now 4efe
onil two mq. l, ution was Sp!ndy and oor-
,ribli I It was thle o ito of n India
sacr. From thlk Nad rehesr let us tn aMn
to ow the s tRs of thooe ew w~ao l1d to
be naledWaM vity. F I the"e 'w" a
a who was lled to lift her nine-year-
old u oghter, Cynthl Ann, and her little boy.
Job up behind a warider. The Indlia turad
his 's head to the far-away Comanohe land.
As feew Cynhla A sn wa touR
oh arms only pome day ,to ro*.
he a b We to rule te warriorse tlt
ole mother In the years of long ago.
M ,olo W., _te .alyo ad.feU nilO
Sof the Keechis n*x lnt sfto
sore Delawares bought her from these landas
for They carried her to Naoogdoohbel,
h Oeneral Sam Houston paid them a ransom
of they paid and all they asked. One
oft most revolting crimes at the fall of the
ft the murder of the elder Parker. Having
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deof rut and justice' and tbe easse
of t decency are indebted to the gotd
County for the pattlot
iwo*]m e b y at the polls last,
By their votes the citisem of ,]inUe
lehlt that John A. OGrahanm hold not repi e
ain 0t I ta of the State.
ope of .Fovrda RMre Indebted to the citiseas of,
Coo(mlt beme tbey put themselv on record
Jh qp designs of an unprincipled apd
,y d!iK tsdi inan to foist himself and .ble acts
A e parts Indebted to the people of Man-
, bi su e these people saved this party from
u tt would attach to it by the selection of a
is a public servant through the medium of,
Fof truth and justice are indebted to the
t )httee County, because they rejected a man
peat a large part of his life in doing violence to
dp L "It .
tLU of honesty and decency is indebted to the
( Maatee County, became they made this cansem
mt, when there was danger of it being over-
ty the successs of a man who has repeatedly
If of the people' of Florida, the Democratic


pauty, th principles of truth and justice and the cause
of kand decency, THE SUN renders thanks to the
= oI County for the good work, done by
m .at 7 1ladt.
th def aof Graham was gratifying to TIB BUN.
It is always pleuant to have brought to one the fruits
of an bonet and successful etort to do good.
Rut the gratification that THB SUN feels at this en-
deaem~ent of its position is but a small matter 'compared
to the geat importance of this defeat of t hi. mano the
people of lorida.n
The bght lagast Graham was not the Ight el THE
BUN, nor of italeditor. TBH BUN was but the inatru.
mat whom good fortune it was to be used in thia rk.
It was the gt f the people of Florida la thecauseof
hbo ea, truth, decency and good government.
No man a d no newspaper can wa"e a mlaaiMful tIsht

as an object lamo for all time, to all the opl this
State, to prove to them that It I le todefeat an
unwrth 4i even if m m 'O to be bold, art
uio, ngh clis rca. I .
Itw laaserve as w n to all o 6hiae l of
that they m t not ap serve the people t thr
chmsa will be detected a4d when they a te tt
the pole will reject them.
Government can last uim the pe e at
heads the power to administer it s a ftare ,
and by the Prejection of this dishonest man ah pepl oI

Manatee Coonaty have declare for the
good overnment.
it was a batd 'ht to beat this man.

then was milay givedm t hole che electng a Tmea
to represent them of bringing upon thepm lves the '"
proach of party dilyal .
The ry f "regularity" has often bee4.potent enough
to whip Demoaints o latine no matte how unworthy the
candidate for office, nominated by the part, happened
to be4. ,
S .tt t4p cry oV 'Tou o baltt stteal1shp'l l be
more powetal and more heeded than the cry oif 4' g
clarity and thi, be it sald to their everlaing redt,
was the cry that rached the em from -. r a
County. '.
The fact that two of the newspaper pubHshed in the
county, and tie fact that the D oemcatli Executive Com-
mittee ofthe y alld on h e~ple tta by the
oie ia 4 greater reasowy t' Demoat Man.
atee County are to be c in the defeat of
They did well not to pay dtteatlop toa cry in behalf of
Qrabatm no matter who It athat uttered .it. But it
took courage of no mean order to turn this man down In
face of the backing that he had from the County oom-
mittee, the Bradentown Herald and the Woovtee Becord,
all three of which ate forces that eOULD stand' for hon-
eaty putting It abm all other consideration'.
If it had not been for the pi of this man's dishon-
esty submitted to the people of *a4oatee County by THE
SUN his defeat would not have been possible. The Dem-
ocrats would not have turned down the regular nominee
If the proof submitted had not been incontrovertible.
To this extent THE SUN did its part in the defeat of
this nan.
Truth, however convincing they may be, are powerless
to effect a good result unle they can be brought home
to the people. The means at the disposal of THE SUN
were aut lMe. t to Inaure the p renfation of the proofs it
had to every eistemd voter in Manatee County. To this
extent rtune favored THE, SUN.
Th, e Soclal of Manatee County are entitled to credit
for the work that they did in this cause, of truth against
werrV, of the people against Grahaom. They nominated a*
. lee, straight i~a for the oMee which Graham was try-
ing to get. They supported him loyally. They did all
they eould to aid THE SUN in its endeavor to spread
Oraham'q record before the people of Manatee County.
S Thy contributed much to the cause of good government
by worMain against the dishonest man who sought to
bring digrae upon it.
Mnatee County will represented in the next Legis.
'latuai"by an honest man. The interests of Manatee
County are therefore In no danger. They are safe in his

ih. ~""DoeMrtle party has purged from its ranks a
1" Mu"L. The camue of Democracy will not
afttwer this. At the next election the Democrats will
,e.mnate an hoemst man to represent them In the Legis-
t s the emocatc people will ive him uach on.
that he will sweep the county. Denoc.
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E 8 SUN interviews the Governor on. the defeat
of the drainage amendment.
S How vdo"youe aeount for the 'defeat of te'
w ,Drainage Amehdent? .',.
I, was.because the people did not underta ed
/ r ibhe proposition that wis submitted to the *
SIt seems -to me that it was a plain proposition, and
there should, have been no' difficulty in understanding'it,
by any one who would give the matter proper thought.
Titt i it, but proper, tltouglit, sufflpient thought, means
a great deal, when you take into consideration the fact
that it took those of us most familiar with the sub])ct
some time to arrive at the conclusion that it, was right
^ and necesary to protect the rights of the people, and'toe
evolve the problem and formulate the amendment, or the
law of which it Is a copy.
Do you consider, Governor, that the defeat of the Co~ '
stitutional Amendment, relating to drainage meant that
. the people of the State were' opposed to reclaiming the

No, not at all. Every speech on the stume.ven of the
opposition, said that they favored drainage of the Ever.

W buat have yo to sa theis lenw thatl
WiAt have you to sayt th ole4e w that4W

.('v4e'iNtsO, at are sd plit 41i j V etigW
'Putiof thaiepople otmtiiifrote r
outf* thti, S*amin
cMnll ase uq1 Sor otlwi' Pup*thrbK ka
tbbt i "MOWI;besu. W I S AV s, tke Lv
ce~t,4agre. Pit"uP'by0 *w 0 iO I
dt.gesind to oaera amthe I br, A`tw41400
wh~i aY vof.o0- an- 4 16tr it~ freftorft
years more would have. oapleted, theilmto of tip
tqgrj~tpzyAuit u ,only '004 ut UP''is ftht
put up, by thetrustes" f ot the: pe~ople4thestate, which
hebees tfsed to'b 464 l je g,,sE sbe~
usstoopera '0m1' te ~'In portion, t*:"
:other.- *111,be tt, a few R I Ae th aOindmwt
'0 wqrruna t.~o ph ~app fm
duel uswunder the levy '*ON the llands owned, by, egipoit

the-tabtutse undieu'whileh thetbi 'Ii hfiwde II ctafdu.
codsimitiotial. OfC041 I er~tno ucla aiuilou, tt
the Con ititutional Amendmept would have served Wtha
andW`M-4iddtonal purpose. "Very, otoen, -when Jorge 91j.
terprises ar nered 0pon by a State.and 4xpeus!v" and

amendment is defeated? .value of the plant, discouagsp the popl anduteir repr
St have this to say to them: *That t, w sh and the esigne. ote Gttioo
they continue to think about the malt ri !, uC tq nE of theu u
vinced beyond a shadow of doubt that I am right, and' q w e of th t nd, purhaser i
that every one of them will arrive at the same.conclusion, of the land, andn thi em.e of thf land, to the great
if they will think seriously abbot the matter. The Tris. detimett';of,the tate, ad t woid ave been m L
tees of the internal Improvement Fund were created in, s. after fo4theipeople t th e matter be in their hbadgi"
January, 1855, fifty-one years ago, and- charged with the under th OntitionlAle t. which cultd nito ...
duty of draining and reclaiming the Swamp and Ovest ,, ., r .
flowed lands of Florida, and, vested with the te to p,,w u o t people ep ,ld I t..
more than twenty million acres of land, and they have. over t, d 6t t "pPle antn, by ,t04
under several contracts, attempted to. drain the Ever vow, tt,e y want oi .wag( i aa Ove..owed lands
glades. They have dug more than ninety miles of large old and the money u to drain the four p one-half
drainage canals, which are of little or no value, uUIOW IOk Sa aui. b ..,a t -th or.... ?
connected with the sea, and the present Trustees, evolved s, m Oo to draip g our wnSOOWae
the present plan of draining the Everglades. They foun4, o o our o
that former Trustees had deeded, In conformity with leg- .. peop the
islative grants, four and one-half million acres of lands they ve would have voted as they did and as soon as
to railroads and corporations, in the Everglades drain- they find that t be thk f9A of t;, I '24
age district, and they, to reclaim the S80000 acres of tt did M ote for ,tt, '"
their lands, in the Everglades, would also. e compelled I t. ar honest but, a be '
to reclaim four and one-half million acres of lands, deed- de, e ived a vMwu asm of i din lRiteU ....
ed by former Tr stee_ W-e, therefore, as Tn. tees, as theyIs. that al ttett
asked the Legislature to make a law anutOtitisng ie -otpon the es t.s i
of an aee ta t to exceed ten ce a a this distrc,
one year, on the Isi4s in the Drainage.Distch ad the g roilaaysw beI sai.J t Zt< ta* x
legislature did so. We defined the lines of that Drainage fully ti e rneses have taken to
District,' which is composed of portion of Moroe, Da<., te ofthe r e
St. Ldce, wla, DeBoto and ee, a I toeah uei
a96,of taxabit allna ,S w amp slid ),OPP tpn to
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,owd4 who day ostld each other acres London

."t we must not beogt the most famous of
eit t hes ,r work of Willm Rufus.

mm Up
ia Awli.

rba wick lay outolil the city
sb&nkiof the Thames, 'w a serio

for the, spaciup i aWithtiled*
K4040 te~ft GOla'tothe 4ii;46
t likohsthse baUIm
ldALU. VeesA
~A~Ota a dlwfteimA.At,

a a ripp laughter, or the tinkle of a guitar
UMany fous people owned homes along the
river. Here were th. dweItng of IBaon aid
Raleigh, the Tel, with its lovely gardes., .
whi ne ar thne wn was the home owned by
Hans Holbein, the Dteh rtist. LoAdOau BSidge,
th its a*opSe a dmawbrMige, wbch MlisMbeth
lately repaired ad decorated with tek"None.-
nuch" tower, alt added to the air of property'and
progress, though the usual adornment of ~htly
eads of traltors end orimtiala, whioh woereal-
ways visible about that tower, oould scareel have
added seet to the gayety of the bustling, ruahles

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and ewls. Hwe Intellet. witd laughter com-
pletely obliterated from memory the orrors and
gloss *t the relgP of NaA. BEli- Woqften
mIngle with hsbrillati* t 1 elf the'
mostt fwogu, a& followed by an mmease. renu'
of rsbly 4a 4d ocourtloe .rh aMtet .
church a thousand men someUmea formed her
btody rd aid a the queen epeclally favored
bal meii mom Iity, onoeiapM66 4 ,4 4 oe."
ws veo l worth the looking. W &ASasetook,
allie tuip on the river, a&oo finyedltb-a'
flee t of tst, at the bmnbtllfr withc arlne
waving pectators, the queen Alys the central,
Tbeair was full of life and movement. Lowell
say: '
"Bvery breese was dusty with the golden pollen
of Omeo. RoMe ndt Italy."
Me were revealted, new .Owghts were born
In thee new eurroundinpg. The new world, call-
lag'tor seples, broke the da .f BnaMB nd tIn.
sular timlitalea and the a enanteed .athsp,, ,
0a all this attvity, crystallised Inao natloe4 liter.,
attUe, national unity and national growth; 'akeS
peame, WIthhls e m, yet loving dlisecton of the
human heart; SpOencer, with hl delicate poetry
and ftbome flattery; Bacon, with his deep and
rugged th ght, and Been JAoT a with his witti-
clama and ridicule of the vaalties and tlbles of

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r' at a minute's notice to protect ws r
theatk of an Arnada stUd bo 1
ry into the mysterious newworld, owr p9
try of a0tland's greatness. These we" I
,w which all lo glishaI look upon
and history peaks of as "the golden days o
Queen Bess." o
Aote the m low 4* 4iMU 4
who, I n I "awl.
t'lN w leyFt"y. bt -I- .llwi," Fa.
ooeAd Wumenthl *W1 o I p K
to tu wt In tehew d d'ay t
"SbiWioe *htn' Alt 4ibinlcoUn," a ofthe
douJidtn np4 *ati would be a bitter
pint i o we l not udrstand that the .n-
t Dry, briliuJnl ma in r their of do en.P

their hoU r ml'I wianto1o it,
tauni ro tha roly U t hat ore dramihto a

gdakep0re. a re. 811nabeth .
to retr, whe we r ememe lanterae ft prand
beautiful ctuonr ofnneitA love of paswoof
ibitibtlo d fo 0d d ti U ume country fellow be.
the power, leading the tblo Sht of theo lin
tvry. bringing m eato lqve their country. ftnd
their country' hito birds with e anardor and then.
thult sin thg Avonly the htorical dramas o( a
8ak-p I Cald mn r EUlisabethmr ln
the general enthusiasm for this golden hearted
_0oett whosafter i, remained untouched by prase
and adulation, an4" ebanwed it ssoon a pos-
sible for od's beautiful country, going be ckIn
the prime of liteto his beloved Stratford to listen
to the'Totcee of the birds and the lowers and the
gently lowing Avon.

VAT"' ths 01 hear, Mrs. Casey?
hre Mary Ann tlls me ye're at*
er Flannti' a o0ob."
"Xdadue, Mr. Flangan, 01 am
Dmlbeencr., Ta the tanhin t'




-- ta( responded Mrs. Casey with that the qutae's ta-aste. 'Twud warrum yer hairrt
to a loob nwaday." to hear her.
4 4 $hwt leist "Thin 'thdre bSee the proguas ceamytay. They
e 'the ourridgemlnt iv l ltthe-ra sam theapers that's toe p
and Alrtta' A the name iv ut Is the Minervy the wan that's to wrote thit Shae we hoa a
itfoie wh last wake. Twss au the Rotlnmino.e
a5med aher Minervy Sullivan, 01 suppose." Twas',Biddy0-y'ole wrote at an' twas lst
5"Minervy ulllvfn, Iudadel Did ye niver hear gra-andl Biddy was after 8im' to the lolberry
vKInery,t the Goddles Iv Wladom? Moy! but Ivery day Or a wake to rade so elipeoa an'
'orte Ignorn.FlalgantI Shame till ye!" she knew abl abtet the Ra oaue"
SMrs. Oasey Lookid down oo4temptuously 'An' phwat is ut?" asked t. rlaniga.
Shbeighted |neighbor front theheights of "Ddant ye kiew phwat the Ul0Any. 4e is?"
newly qlrqp. kaowledg. 'That 01 deat, ootli" It be e kolud Iv aste
x, If 01 hd,the namin' iv annt'lng," r you have to cooom In phwit" jnas. Bedadt 01
the uWO M. lalgan, Oi'd rather t'ink 'twud not hurt Biddy oi t' have a Rm-
asmain' ut after a dayeait Christlan gaprr th'n te ITv that, tho' 'tie not In the hocllpedy shell
Ia iv thin ,hrdlop. ,ure n ver wan folmd ,n
v thimlver h oi ts enough to pit an thim for to yis ou.for a Joak, Mrs lagn, but that's
SInto t atibl aeoyty, an' sor a t'lng did not the holnd 1 stase this I, at l at ahl. It's
the Iver do a but sit an a olo-ud!" -'s hwo-h. phwat i' ,Shre 01
"No more t theS a elii, Rivens. Mrs. alan. know asalsry aye n', but 0 9 the S w of
barr w an' thi. But l wdg ti inelt. Ita, e, berral ts
w, Fil about the loob. Ye see some wA hondiv ly a shtatute tIthat's *1. LThe
Sth dit." cloob doe be .gibvin a acyard r ixt wake
"An' phW LidSodhe dod" to ratse :omet money to borsj~ e ftor the
lShe sits p a hbe platform an' cahbl the school. Will ye be after bok*' a tiokut ahf
Ia' V r be tpin' an the table wid a ne 01 dianaw?"
( thoey iaUasa grsi. Thin she til the ek. "That O'11 A ell ne don't aeeiv ut Pith.
(tt' Ma Ann), to radae the smlnnltas. era Indade Phwat nt witIy e wantil'?
sm dobedln ITv the last matin' whiteh She, M listuratun eno bees
tary A fti.r Writtin down In a book. Thin wid oW0et it wtindles ite o al
rs. GUhooley sal, 'The minnuts bees approved.' Me MItI e'"t lhandW J"atod~l nGm ps
*d ohal ftr the trlsurer to make a reportt" an' dht wn an' hunts' shtone that
"Whoo' the trlua er he hasm had tolme for a wld Pat Foley
"Mrs. MeGlnty, that lives around the carrner fer a wake. an' It's nadi' a ban' he l, that
rfu9lnat the saloon. She has a folne hid for lg.- Foley by. Sure, Mrs. Caey dear. 01 do be fear.
'rs. Phwin she has the report rid, soom wan In' nalrrvis proethra-ashin for Mickey!" and Mrs.
It a move an that It te adapted. 'Adapted It Is,' Plalgan lsighed dolefully.
la Mrs. Gilbooley. Thea there bees the repoo "BeBoldes, lnk at the lipinu she went on.
ITv the commytays; there's a ldt Iv thl m s. ibut Ie wasteto be putin' good money
|Kelly (she's a graMte -iend I Mrs. Gilhooley's) Into bran new pitchers b n1th- do be plenty
to chairman iv the oommOyty., an' It's 1, ould wantthatbe "Iswepehanye
i t .she is,. at' .JAo aar nachairmani IT toe wan.s .healt uuLt 01 have a
S house commytay. She does be looking' atthe fsole wean meuluf!Atllab ues dlrola the t

carriers Is broaks. 'Twa hung In the paror
over the chimney till- year ago phwin me oan
tuk ut down. He ad heuiver did be lukin' atlut
widout t'lnkin. .twasithe trinmnso he had. ses
may have that for the loob, If ye olke."
"Indade, 'ti'kolnd Iv ye, Mrs. lagnian, an ,01'11
name ut to the co, mytay. But ye naden't ~e
troubled about the implaes. Sure pitchers i
chaps now. They beesa man down town tft
paDnts pitcher in a windy an Sbtate htraB;
foine large o llgit want thor arre. landshoape
an' say sayouapes. Ye can boy a hbmall
wan for a quarrthe n' a larre wan for fty
cnltL If the yamr& parrthy to a success we kin
boy shather iv thim."
"Go ye can; that's ga an! And did ye Iver
shpa-e at the cloob yerallf. Mrs. Casey?"
"Niver but want; an' thin they didn't lave me
shpke. Ye know that little Impldint hissy Iv a
IK1 Mutphy, dosmt ye T he' aiy t'lng. She
do be always jumpln' aupen' fetoiad fault an' ob-
Ist!a' Wll she do .aNke me that toird 'twud ate
me sowl to shlap, the oogly farace I her. Well,
was Mdary Ann had been radia' the nonnut,
an' little hpalpeen jumped up and mid thet
Wa s*omethinS wrang wid 'em. 01 forget unw
phwat it was but twas no, tlch a t'ing, an' 01
rose t' me fate an' aid that seeme.

"'Maddle Prisident the almber Isa out of
arrdher' sIs ashe. 01.knowed that was a joy, Mr
Mary Annalwy does be luakI' m over befoOr
01 goto the doob, an' sherd6 be that pertikMr
she laves me no rist So 01Iaes:
'' "Tim yemnlrthat' etlv arodherl' 01 sa.
"'Will 'the miuber place ad-Al.a the chair,'
Mr. Gilhooley.. Tw. W l 1' 01 ,is, luk'
arOund to Mee if tw me aown he mint.
mane, shpake to the chairman, manin' menilt,'
l. 'Vinrry well, mum!' 01 s(. 'Tim yerSltf h
see wid half an o0e that Katie Murphy's hat Is
Orookut, an' there's a shmut an her nose, an'
braid Iv her skurrt Is thrallin' an the lure.
not for the lolkee Iv her to be oshlin' aa da
wumman out Iv arrdher.' 01 as. 'That'll be -
tI that' sis Mrs. Gilhooley, '8t down' s Btld
O'Toole, who was sitUn' furnuat me, an'
gave me a Jurrk into me chair that Oame n
knocking' very toot' out Iv me hid, so 01 had
more chant to shpeke me Ain d that day,
Jilet wait tilU 01 catch her! Ollfatesmet ln's
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!of the viH
bh deal table
Caulif owe I
ale supplied wi8. w sat op,
ite him.
rhe shade of ts- fpt'&dib s ale
The tr,
the dusty h
sun, called
bhed his -pou
ich he paid a ppoerauQ4
It ain't whtt' t a boy,
d the old mI= pe ith
iers. "I mind was
one side as. p
der-it's twl fIt w6Ae Ih
ung 'un."
ou lit his pipe with the cIentlifc accuracy of a
sker of sixty yea" .'
d solemnly a9 he oir al birth
,ce The htir MthelteWd andble h dim
lashedi, ', .
It's the pOje .p9t 'r .'a cb ed m
n the place UP h tl, with sudden flero-
s; "there's a set o' men about here nowadAys
are no good to anybody; <,leqaW Msls. iAd
You've the mill,o~at ., eap iteUllyoft one
two as couldn't be beat In London Itaelf.
There's Tpa Adaml for one. He went and
ed wo *e .Bt (01b Whree
ce a week eg9 u9paokes as k k.aeolWr
t, and Tom was secretary. Tbree weeo#hartr
club was. .. p ht 4 h4 i "and, was
l up for a mon ,., 9 p! t. ba* to wo j a
I, andt thn!de laeo e rtto taeg;
carter that aW In ide we t 00W1 M
didn't thtl Ci1ort a net o ua e sW6
dling figure, but at the end o' six months
club hadn't got fti4k, ,ad they" wa In
's debt one poi ereaeeiM iduia.
e isn't the log o' thgat spoit n the proei
er. There wSwle- He&a. t
own, and .a a abi th ateldea of asoe
b for Chrlitm e paid twopence a wek
l that for ti aar ,,tn ta onthe4 and4 the
bert went wet b*i to agh and all we,. 'ear
im through JtIiii r. lthmt he's sill there
doing well ,IanIede. know when he'll ,be
ut the artfwllet d wot oman I. o.
Tl that's r I a- pO deal, mind yo-l
Petty. Dp t la wrd lo 'Ir. The e-s
ny of beingqquV ..,, It'e throauh 'IS that
lost our Floitewand f yeo't d Ilke to
the right o.,' t I doWn't muppmee thee'e
body in tshasplea e aow.aSe .O atit
Ido-barruat B b hi, tha s, bute
Idn't tell It to y aPlaln a e I ca. .
Ve'd only 'ad the Flower Show one year, and
SanybodytheiAt, b haaftho ne0 x M: w!w4O be
last Thbe SlstyeWaI "o mdit' tsuB the plaos
Hie off in tthe o iMi aNd @ the 'day- of the
People came frt W lomg way' roU, and
Aht money to rpe,,rat the Cauliflower sad
r places. '
t was started Ju afte w got our par-
and Mrs. Pawl paIo'I wife,To Isame
9 Pawlett, tlisuht'a* hke'd 'essourageSn
Ive their 'OCU'SSbbett ud a
8 Prize eve eetshe bet a~ ,aIO
Three pond *" tth" prdse, and ad ist
S with wrtng on Int.
t said',6vii6 A wo ya. Tb t
the garden (i|a t was a ploter ,nd BU1
ber, 'i otoe, itedt ay s'
out o' pcket by It. ta i tnie and the
ey spent 0V n
You understand #polaI1y am DilLO!)
4st to get ItUt 'y.artoo. ]IN hf
t.and than@-.1 ,most = wm w lad t

biO In It: old 'bones, old tins, bits of a old4
ft St; anything to make It antdy. HelaseVW tO
1tt' at 'em awful about telt grd "
ru.glook up by the pasmon's wife. O..
0-m do any, work, real';rd work, but'e
*ieqll from 'is place at dinner time was always
Moes, and I bel ev that he knew more about game 'o,
thn the parso hissef dd.
"'It was the dayarter'this one 1m s. p ig I/
about, the 16th o' July, that the trouble al ,.
a0d It came about In a vgry eggstrordinary way.
0rge English, a quiet maan gett Ing intoe v s.
who used when *e was youngpr to fler tlheM', .
and whose only misfortin was that 'e was i ,
brother-in.-law o' Bob Pretty's his sister .marry m '
lag Bob while 'e was at sea and knowing nothing COld 'arly
atout it, 'ad a letter come from a mate of his who mo ,th .
ad gone to Australia to live. He'd 'ad Ietrs
from Australia before, as we all know from as
Wicks at the postofite, but this one upet h am a t 'r
altogether. He didn't seem like to know Vla to pet
do about It.
"While he was wondering Bill Chambers '
passed. He always did pass George's 'ouse baut
that time in the evening, it being on ,Is way ome, .
and he saw George standing at 'Is gate *tis W V 1e4t-
ter in 'Is' and looking very pusled. was ffiva PY S
"'Evenin', George,' ses Bill. dnld say a word. T
"'*venln',' see George. to -take 'e
"'Not bad news, I 'ope?' see Bill, notleing 'isto ametO.of
manner and thinking it westreage. t -int 'toi ,
"'No,' sea George. 'I've just 'ad a very eggs- Peter rusto
trordinary letter from Australia,' he sea, that' sWe t
"Bill Chambers was always, a very l, u4stive 4
sort o' man, 'and he stayed sad talked to Georige
until George, arter fust making g him swear oaths
that 'e wouldn't tell a soul, took 'Ia Insaide and
showed 'im the letter.
"It was more like a storybook than a letter. ,' 4 ,9onu
George's mate, John Biggle by name, wr .to say tj Istl.
that an uncle of his who had just died, on 'ist! S
deathbed told him that thirty years ago 'e 'ad
beeIn this very village, staying at this b'er v6ry' 3 .M AMAl
Cauliflower, whose beer we're drinking -ow. In "P 'J"". "l
the night, when everybody was asleep, he get b up .hltolf
and went quiet-like and buried a bag l of ve hA" ItW
dred and seventer e soverelgti s and one balfeov-
ereig In one of the o oi aden tllr'e iould W1I~ seo W W.Md
come for it mUin. He didot. s-y 'ow he oe t MoMe b to t id
the money, and, when Bi spoke be tb* t ,t i- t A i
Gporge Engl s sllah that, knowing the mIwa 0w A-GI Rm
was. afraid 'e 'adn't ome by it honest, but anyGr- tW MbN5 !
way hbis friend John BMggs wanted It, and, wot __dl_
was .more, 'ad asked 'i i4n the letter to get It for fop a, i
'Im. 1 :(6! 40
"'And Wot I'm to do about It, Bill he ase, I 0a0I4T24W"
doit knowr All the directions he gives Is, that wft* hon.wmlItt lt 000
te thinks itwa the tsnth eottae on O the"ralk b a .i M ,
'and side of the road, oomlff down ftroSt he "IMMIFt 1 `44....' ,,,b,,,e ,
Caulflower. B thinks It's the teoth, but 'sus not *, I t C- r # ,
qqlte sure. Do you think Id better make It "Tve Moon se W m,', ,; "'
known and ert a reward of ton shillings, say to twoa w t ... b s
any one whoe fard t Henery, wita wink at us ''t / w
"No,' sa Bfill. s aking Is 'sad. 'I should hold. 2'-&S-S&up
on a bit If I was, o, and think It over. I
shouldn't tell.another single soul, If I was yOL' 'sw
"'I believee you're right,' see GeoWP. 'John b 'MJl. lo
wop h fnale me It I lostot t hat w N'
dowptairskal Wafor 04 while saw a
for lm YOU'll rem er about keepingo- tr secret, s nn.f oom,. ,.whi n led i
,BUl swore 'e Wouldn't tell a soul. and 'e wept
offa ome and ad his Supper, and then 'e walked up a' .S.
the road,tetheCauliflwerand bak, and then.uP_ p ,im "', GB OW
hand back &lusat ehed, oewderad
been telling 'Im. and noticing, wha ewd neveWb !VUU''A 5't 'p -'ies
taken the trouble to notice before, that 'Is very :.j ?| -.Ft
'oA aWs ,the tenth ome from the Caulflower. -' wa
"Mrs. Chambers woke up at M o'clock next Vu I V
morning m4 .told M tolt Up further, md e *,nn
found 'e was't tihenr W" O AU W ,77 7,, AU W" T.'
at fltst, bt she d.idat tW Xnit of it" W '
thought, what happened to be MW
busy In the garden. It beuag
wha she woke up she could d i e *'
worklg 'Iso'ardee Then she went to the '

of the' srde" was all dut *p, aiV, d
'e was do4a '*. : ....

dowautmlrs as fst_ he cowuld go. .i& "|I, S,'n ,V'O
", 'What on earth are you. a4ula of. BUir she ^, i '.,, r

"mill 4-ft, ste, t, throw a 1-. U.s a
her a and te "

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94 of thbl er, the llat .
I4.. *iMd streth from eah defeat, and an he To the people of Floridt wib wiive vreit d|| o and increased pr
r i o M THE M ONTB WHIQ iI8 ty ft. the suooessful carrying out of Pwoject of draining the Ev
1R00 HIM b p or eases ch time htotell t t w no pir the attainment ofth

In i
it t. u de nbe"a d their successor
AMSAafor ua 4iP tF' jW W s WMIIaI they are convn0
..... .. e o o ADAN U tb it SM t 4d,,to do s 4 d Abowm t af f, ,ta.n that greatnoo
Wa otof, th IecamptSigns than he wil M of it the
spklu9 The lam. 0ae and the oDuent Their 03' t9ht oecaue the peopleI
.1W. S M Ui i. by then MOem THAN ?Florict ane to I, n
mAgW P mTHp r 0 8C to .i A SUCCESSPU
A,1rf he 0pK -8at6g h ortela-Is I a it t lat al *h*8 It O AND ARRIV
o rGtP atrt T ti do th inot mu A"p A O uN AT.p Ae HELD BY TH
Smt for .the, to keep down as PB TOAB. 4t
M0 ti m entaseir -pr'osperity. "iAten who wi Nlbk l"a this, "a If to do otherwise thr
,* -. .... I rtM well Sat na.les, bu potbl wo4 It. beom e as much enthuse
-ee'St f^me to m how. JI S bound to be a
? Tlltt to S Pa _00 of st itb
h I 1 day fdawns ar' harst ean fd a senasation to Tf ore. the evergladea I b- d.'l WdORK WILL NO
~i eaedays IFea a ysiM eootto ti the:mwer
l AMS M. qth l os be ree veds- t the a pele.wdto po 'tl t money in th
-aVI? f 'GAINS.8 ADDITIONAL 8NINBW OF t t th two dr d th The truth
A" AMiso wasb mo eby bulag eptoated from the soure et his I*their handa P DRAINAGE A
iug er, aMeMt ma mbeu Ued a no.itil. factor when re aramlca ATted.a
=U" oWf t.. o oen lris dooaor aState lands el
4a no O t taty day likely t daw soon. b y W i e0 ACRES 0
St a before he joins the rawks o(f i t Iw e o s at 4on
e0 by mayme that onc were potent to le the adoption
the al th lsm s been defeat
M to n that H.sst should not have been elected Governor sa, te i o Oilonlly they ha
U.e ~ iDo mWte e h .t1w Al l 0 ten-acre tract f
SMsifo spipler, and t h d RALY DO to eleeto e i parts of th
Sthe s aitl teo a place where e have the A the BUT NO ALB BODIES HAVE BEE1
bei 7 et ies 4u it bWwma snere, and to demonstrate for all M r
N^a hasIt_ be is a 0l .h s The fs 4'i haVlbw.' 3m4 a tt th trustees were tryl
adM bee pova to be aoue, although he ofen talks like to -th lands the ptei that oAln be obtained for 0
14h c eM& ltitMossi O6a6k k %i pefldine be
SWe abt to maMke up our miads to put him In this class he If theBdueit'estratied Alt2oI t tesvreen necessary to ae
bdo iedaimal *- MO1 priclthing, lik e the bri ngin of the any More I ran 5onl bM^Z5-m until caim
t o *the s UriagOftent s1rate, eovert land over ais m yto d ei a glades until reclaim
?stwa ar& f ml study of this Q0e0g jj conceived the id
nuew utprtsen ft 47 00d btofhslaety vetabout hiea*,t C dtr atIa* lnwhw

appe4M of his arrish, reaslripos, antles in c oursthllm eiIn o 0tLS BE DRAIND AND .THI1MOp T BEAR T

beamIkheyMai tha ITDBeRd

MIRSto e the a 3d yearWhiees telrk in the b'eftborIts F
PA4F 4,ay o Iw*s tharebtAo for k

sa SOefM the1th0' X. Beifo.wreS thee tes o
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i t. N ew York Democra
have to ther carried the St4
a ym t e p t ther Democrat who h



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and a tired
ag-tailed o
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Ida ANDw
tenementsi v
on the door
rrect the Trr
greatt things v
liew the IsM
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An sa.edukw as this pgI said tba jIth Sp04thtthsIsw1t
~'VWe lbSTiOmmioN would be laWey rspkibleo St* ~

~~~lost, that; h.pfoe
to mpNmthe It" ~more people dI d r rr W
pe4dlbebOat 1110.
A b~toaaawPooer should not have 4eki don.o

Afte 4", V1ek, in 644dTie* k oa- ad tern
rolbyv'UMAIN ANMFUNhON *00
IMImd01F~t -1-101O~tN OF RUIPUITION,:
~ f4~~. bk "it UM`*ftmg pt the Year the Times.Unlou cmeedto.su4ly~i~Ie1eIt ~mn V
~sWWR~4O IUV ~b~t he raiageabe~nuht. ;It 1P1MIUNIPOD IT They bAseha owota

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MW .4.4 tohisqrcklessess AO "'N WW*t
:9 'O W waseditorialfwrth IN V os er a440nd .W'tayy t als6thyw ra t oti l tb

-tisAUM is! fr hat I s~isacitsanot oalto~w' tio~uv~~wp~~r

t pfedberudueau the news NEXAT16YAonS IwoUldpint t HeM J *91WhOU1edputs b"w-d
I~ ~dr i$ttp n flatestht eba piTO Mr. 4Mbeoreas AWWiIpfa

tist I itsib

00, I~~ h ~a~ ope heetnhe rsoourds harket whe woas pe bou' 4*: 1, ij
1,21.00551 itq ,let 4 !,.,OI7S~
IELA ..A~ ~ -dWd-u~is; mi7
4ti be b$mI atnd, the tMYt wNsE heDAtionalhe. Whl
1'" fls Itis tat.1s of rithe 9"0" 6 114 w eo

T t *10 question ere SuttigIA
wOih" etw its the Timeswionp~

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ellee Stib*, i

Sh.but I~O h~PrAml*oef the ~tI Industry's.o

Outiuetgt bm t. owm
s ort f thingints What rn ee Airia0VLm I""
mae Dr oward i7,
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In review

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ITICS as long as
I country.
. TYok It he had a
My. He should ba
aohes. His cue a
&I evil powers tl
cast to windward

toay or or ay man who has been OR1b
a buke like that adtaon to ai
( a tbt (to 3earst it 4uni~athel
ijl-rteise laon, P' nl' on his ~ tr
e him to wreqstle. Hercules have. ound to
At who w*a the so of Earth, ten yWe aim

th *prt of his ther, the
to r trnth from each defat, and
t~ro a e Wu tip THE .MONEY W aIm
O IM, tbt powe lorases each time he
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Ma ss wU V.sw w UseAsI51mu.
A8 h e be''4 ls? H c ertain is it Ithat all the
Si ,p Splast ~I~ido thh not so muh from print
......... .. -t me 0f t for them to keep do0
t id e rst's newripe prop
Slis as well aa aeales,
lA p form to xee ho
B btur to ald" ne of atatu
es s e deow da For HeRst ea fand a sensaati
mtcanaosMeearedaystla whin k to prlg them.
M AdaSiem Mte llmth thm f ng sa 11 he resolved a
wA 9 A3 Cintu r WABm 'm
_.__ somm w apwated from the source o
s. .Wee a' i as a potll factor when the e l
kI I'.iat e Mmny day Ukely to dawn
t S ?221s tht s lSe a mbue ho joina the raaUs of
VS W atadm -, so ui uMB o that ie were potent to)
oI I itsMa-tht 1MWst t shalp*M ot have beelnlted GovW
smisd o nch for the people and he has RBZALY D
0 Nthat be is moimed to a plae where he ou14d bar
ut. m at his as if b.was aoer, and to demonstrate f
S at been proven to be a e although he often talk
S-wea about to lake up our n"ds to put him ltn ois cda
ed3gimal, horobi a thing,. lke the br.inl c
toU time, or the securing of the toMaent I*srat, orthe

view| an m i tself to se who wil think about ,i
aWoobhe may bave-a per distaste for the lan

Sas o e -toa ag W e i n.
a. ofihis ,oISh, vaingloous -antic$jmon
^p~er~e n ..wan t .. because wlhie I oo,.a e'

tbSB mLalc mo(Nfir York-

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as he To the people of Florida wllh lrtna gnV I ad increased pr
i.HIS prtytro.n the sucoesful caryi out of the oject of draining the ETv
'allo tlaedt i to n, Tha t r ~ ihe attainment of thi
Stt iibednebyt:a and~4 their success
hS it V1.4?TIM 1P tAds, they are convince
ORE. tt i tblr dtoOr to do so d M bMune itb cwtaln that great got
an he wil come of 0 to tohep
unent Their soioeiss flto i b o b usl e the people I
HAN FIorlt wcan el reled, t ,po't m,,umt
"n P. E ,,.wOARD. ,, 1,.1' ,V1, E.D B
erity. Ae se who will bk In thois Ubto~n do otherwise th
b aps tlth wo be a a much enthum
W e0e hd thth b:.-- bound to be
fton, to of t RK WILL NO
on to Therefore, the Uvergiad eiw b o ^ oR WILL NO
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t the people owzk two pow*i e The lont money in th
SOF tr* tot ope te tim e The trust
.. &CZi.HBD WITH 1LL, ., t _of the lands Uo
)f his re i In their a*dFOt PR DRAINAGE
U. ,L-TIO,.
lfor State lands hd
oon. by the % o 000 ACRES 0
t I IN t lJennings at 41
the F d t h-M been deteate
ernor 1 thMO o nly they ha
b taw>cre t cthe N t 'tenacre tract c
)ONE miW V I i parts of th
or all r .
SeI*s hab ae that trustees were try
Slike to06 th pa" tha, he obtaiSned for OVE
f the 61 s pending. bcas
M he f the t etratfe w Dt Ii bnecesry to
oef and ou4 t f ae Iae to dteal the 1 Pglades until reclaim
a sreful study o conceived the ld
I a 'et V* lands hihw
Id r tat or hbbeee otImhe people have
*utP44 the ---teeein thIn view..B t;,s eS-w fteetn this &meU
I hey mO% yhae UWIUrUU thatIT 18 TH NBOWntt THAT THE E

the P 1bfor It gh~ *ITe* .the rSadeOdd 4 otb porrations a H nw
pper Berli
Ib** Vb their purpoTH
N DOW, TO D11 .N
iL o alt 1J I M *5t h e o th e r dr
men* t the0Wl

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aegore thetrus of the reeet d I predict t
M tpltPA Ts beca
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"Odi of t Me valm0aon would, be larooly oi4AAlbqrWtor

.4 011404100 401 wpp 1*rO:;

aew~~ft the State mm ore ls mred It than aat
1eoph iq ubut it- pOere peoplediimoiapILI..
~ibW Y yars p4 .it wosa 4'be mirequlo 6stit
)~s~saiou Mpawqppr hooid not hav beqome kanitn of '

ftr~fter dq, Iedkin bd we*' otad I*~ ste
ih"'Vr roll' by,' MAINAN XWMPR6IN vuol
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~9tG Y~S b~ th during anenoiieht. It V41) ~DITA I'beii hSebadosIe"Wpso
lo w 1IPIT PAJME ND IT WhONG the 4 &y ap St.'
t~, ~T~RUUYU~ t fttG 't'Iii the intwn *4 li1*J

*.~R'was editor of the T e4U.1Oii heav qUday LAUtarn. I "
blssmsas the editorial'writers of tb4atejp* o00r0e
'0aiA editorial writer *ad I canxt otto i e it piI.We* I.
tuic 9 twly tb~i tbey mrw r. d didnot mIo VOW~
*j IOSSthA bit Of priting the news EXACTLY AB IT SE7ITIDD HIM fae obIaclei Old se &lmb, 0od,
;TO "pSRW? I, eis -It was to HIS INTDRFST TO PRINT T, lr n U" 0
t, 0wh %. .u A
utr~d, b-ba I~e ~ s, Ik I
warormn tn Atom
i V o IIciWpnd Utrae D)aY monnrtahes w aul -per- ut thof Ut ~j~4V
dbor wass arp0,a e..sOW MU.

tp *aso. utlh6 had aioimmin tiak'n

!ho EISdedsn edited oam of the component part@Ot the ~
~~ .1 th4 *resen"ft d~w, did' the pone thing. s&mqp la a
~~Q~tb@ but ivng'iohtraditionh and, Wess and rum--
atioin lad down by Its hundeirs when It adopts the course of pA~4* l~~R~1
t~mion fully do55~dgmWOISEWRYURTHU INTtURITS 01'TUOSU WRO 5
0" IqJ DY Tawl OUIWU.
1 ., -''A "a
i .4IS.UIeto' soatthttlioecmak e.0 $6 ,presentatIv ofthtlmqs e,
Uai~t vu *itMthe *thus~ her*.the reoordu are kept whieb would.,,m
biv ~sof te ustin"",dmw*here Oe yPtOP Ma by
p~m~aIutpng te trs 'Oki h AtiMOWl a ti it.
tmm~alee.Nr~tof Oftl35s wiri

~g~ig qstion vra hittbgts eiy" ftoiteh~t Wi
aw~beto, ItbstheTimesgllouapimi the d ko of:
U~ U~gontheiat inmwno W; it la ttes thrish taui

Msstlubr the people of thws S4tolmhee ren1610e~w

M~SPIS'bbe thi Oese l'uthes.I'Union. ?hq reprint
WOW "614k.i Ifts cotmnaland Pick utaieo ~t~ll

IU~AYKor ~t~ utigbfre t- pecOml
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the 4155? Ib~v wit
~ah p14~o&r0*re4

~PIW~IN~QHWr sheul. hq
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~e1i~ vi~h 6he~c~ssre;

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Wte~ptt~pitI~( te is~pr~au~1of t, coto industry :is aw i
et ~Q, t ~ 'w ( .'.
5att~ atts idutr i tptst u in~wo uoys *t *
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sedw ba1WPpt ta~fse4haMW lowi u eti
a44rq~. ~ "al I j ~ ~' i ~77
#g4tt Ie pwr a sbp~fil t~s
bauhs~~Ab0*mrvpus beutaa oavity J~d~INOWme'11

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.4 ia ~ r~taW* "'A AthepOf

wkre~~IM #te rb eSmdsdJt
~7es ga ea4 totWIM rn iadli *t~Allb t

tV. the tupt tigpaedout ug~ ointo goodprt
,am1 Mott .00 Vhi. hM* Oa
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up.1401 ..0Wweree do rsuIw .sawclaWtr ng.
nowU~. WINamid with b1&0104 f w~ th
noIwnt tommat 0
ah WtmmW Ae no.
bm ubu.o~ ISOV. athvrlga~
e~~seventer fropthep41 wky; wand"AA047 thnPsOereWs at ~ ~
er o tmews t it wassv-t~wa hn1iwe h n~t 4c

i~~h~sBy md by shepl amto SoraP"'s o. is U~4~ I 1"a

th fW rtheer t 0ON0"S"^1an settof Workonthf ot-&o wtmuffrlnW!,ad' 4ov v'd' 1to
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Ehil vqa1 At last he could stand it no and the farme vu rllM 9ioWhW?
w*ont-he w6y it a be rawled out. ,on the top alW" sa, JatisP "can I have liomre itraOk
Sbd, he" 4p lar was a brakeman,. ,p : l ,to,'*t. I -an-pay.",TV.`1
04ould't maW.u & phis blef st 84, ,swore; Jurgle *i tq morid d e PromW: 1 '
uld gotis hand de ly, and start. dot food there. '9 IA
you sure ..' tJl.,t ;le a
001re[. had been it he
Ale. 1"1 she 'an dp w a o awa for th*r"ean P

eng.i He dd )id'.w alk e9,3
lket with the h ath o the C ityeendOftd 5
Sandf the n rot n. the W tortime wqn he was and it.An J.
er and hem swor, be ase litecakly aevor AS Wi5 ..t..g
iIace f en tre e M 4 now the f1 lke..
paluing out ohfTed up- ai d o'n" oawa ony 4
'street. *' A s topped d staredr at b ob "
When his wif et ro s wao a f.b at m..i. .j
Roafr he ot np ]a w lk I ond&h a dow full at daisies.
q fot na aat, I sO b ;! i :m PWrow $sht thick w th June ......
e k'se twats W e rooet .at itle b rds s singing in the, *t. 1,4
and ir Hatl ai imwael i ahe atM to a farmhouse. and "a
hing thought aretinglimself a stick foreo
ter on he osat at* I'* P
ig. face In hi f .w s m he appo hed It. Thef, ar.
hour o so hrs a N w wgressing. ea wagon ,in fo to p ,
d then he wouldHr b utoiW hto s t0 last c hit r.,
Finally he got up tand walked on' t .. h, a ba "
Int Wae R you wid nt to work? s aid tb) -e .ZZ P6,l *too *M o ok?
stat en and on al.. said Jurgis, "I don't"
SIt was pAst 4 dlwa A-ad, oldhten you can't geti any thlge he re
ng. The ixatdhse'ewo t"Id- 14 the other. i 1i'g
train of freightcamsWasOmo....o .......
Sin he x od c I t, Ih th pay for It, sd jufor s. ,."...
abHa once" astwod implSe& "h said the farmer, and then l l i N
11 a tl once ;w ., '10d ......
.i. though oatS atBeW11 619 dd parcasti cally: We don't serve f..i
atnh..o -thecat.h, s ~t wts merIla" after 7 a. m n." U Arh
In him, uyt rflspekU, IRWOp I Tn am very hury, said J X
d Intosut a e.' ,, t'rt ly; "Ia would like to buy some t '
the tracksied wIm e how 'oe Ice. a fc ad
the oatek*- ehi lrshinty he w a..
ne ge, anr no ng over hisan t houldr. The f
.i..e wathim aI d otpn wasmore trfptable, andfor !,;'1 104 1 ..
By and by the tratti s tpp, _gai. a dime urgis secured two thick sankI

Jurgl sprang' do l.d toed h meae aand a se o 4 t T0pie a t o pgs
er the har andiMl l UOt pi.she n a fal r -Aatiug the pie ii l
truck. Here he Eif bIt Whe thed jasthe least cnmnient Ithing to carry, j' + li ''7
started ,.h ob a b n few mnuea he a &,b at-,S,... .... uaJ e :
with hims so l. ,I ;pI sstrieam, and hil thclimbed. a tfo ic n I
ares and set Is th tth, tvow --w walked down. the b alh0 a
not wept, and h h wo r 't-sot de and path. et and .by" he fouia '
tar! it waste past I1',s40 *6Vh and comtftable spot, and there he de, et al H_
wad.homne witho it ,',U.Nld s voud'his meal, lakll hl'thirsti t L

kl#e ht is huler, wogth o fa at d th he ram t htiq li lay t for hor, ie
e business nd that oeitM hald ths At bi ts ing od hrin okI nte Tkee J untlpei MM, i i 5.
like a black, ur i at l m at ho t fltleiyn ad'ly dOwn Ino
Imn themoildrein, ad e the oaae of aa bu h. pa
r he man, An eve. tear o hi ti i h oe awoke the s shn

Ire than he ol4 lug" hot iwnbeit w i TfaUc ..a .. ".I.u.. .O
trane of a tear..h, it; Obed b hod"st an hi aPs auN th*L 1e II U" Y' W **" I Y 1S

raged upon e Ank pl a at he ver | N heat glg .. .. .. .. .....
Father at te water gding by. T M
He was aughtth& tta *,he a d itep pool, stsbelterd an. Bter dO it
bed his the world that had bae thoally, aaoo a ever of p W
;tion. He bad, jI Uidea rus uhed upon. HCeery pr7ee | H B is p,,e
Skedut blew hi bt to4. them, M l ht th re tInto Ot oil %h N
akness :and noe w Ithen Il rtiIet would., ,bethe i t tIU. i U, "
"be would tear it ot of himn IJt':, x% tha !asew,

nosh the slihte he lefthMMf e and 0 it 1
d branch There should be o ae sic he left t tI n

klest to re uphtwas .iet, aadtssw i1O

diven oorfor e dthkmieppthatrhetlenxevenothoamtlUhe. mB g A
that the end hadom t had the fithness of his work, d the ke rft
,ome som ne ,tim eand it, wasi." D uhrlIho, v u I hoo
en and children, and the soouqr :ao"IOf Id and
Y got out of it the better for them. a uIin., Hl rNd 1D

athver t aIde thoI ", lot dveC! All

e ...Iha the-nig hh H"

blew 'ien him, a breoss Ibi c
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T eri 'ow t

"~ ~1 sadtted they ben
A 'put its foot

I~lj 4( through the kb
p t"' oer -i four-o t
ttes pig could peat
I* ust thand unchrist
uPIttcould#eIt would
v 0&Ws$mus, and ask IuN
1t papON Flower Sho
ot all,toBl
00Is, they wn

e 81 pt it *ett~ W W *to grden overea benand tn ^Wer i to *top whar
Sa w thought wat'OAthroe back but whihe ki

.yobsps only towwtrt* M>o ?atowtIJ$x4b& rzTyn two 01 tthree ttlM e 'ad 'ad to take
andisl* *t *, so *G swett thato every gard
Sa A three ojPtYiu ad a setal teapot for the

o~fT.^ % kep *btage ardeads bea won by Mr. Rb
^ ^S^Mtbit oi W t te o oVW whether they
and t Joe hder tea that wa Jo. walked up the ns (to take arthe prize;
"UvmiVheb014 k*Aths that eveni

SS bai take e that M. Paiett 'pear o' one or two re did, sd Bill Chambers' patUP
"W~6uila pl~fO~l*14t'stift, dt paper from one
04g t1g upjtVes 9 sMM StWaiting for nil

M aho o1eorrn latel, grr the rs ga, got l tban the 'earte4t o *Ia.Bd to stopped and
SW Joew '"Jddbenewwthyeaoytrwardup to' t about itlback but whic
Mwito ea l k t^ ha as Josee for ea Joe, a v to tht y broke 'twpu woelate dly tmfk that Bob tud hake

"Ng4,sf /l< Mldo may we was lads, fal e e e a t or cland u baid It Te ) ast pleaurem in t takhe
US us. Then L .91--aut'v laseson 'er nom

'Bf" *j p a s ab~oudt it9 teapot nud thTat r sa0dwet that morthe pris
own es t tr oae 'e feist that metal ted 'otm. 'E said
theet to *We for mile p it 'e told garden al e done to make sure o.
b gt o 1 ,' eter wat to pr-O they'd be Irnrisaesd Bob on that 'e'dba

.rt~ffi^WfcJ(^ tow, E dgget a we to Wgtt llo for like Ralph Thogasca's pigup early and late
b a, ta d to o und er fteap a walked up there talking ake though 'e
lbbas auti t0e: '.on a.ldO-t wSn th3 m rs. ? eaM o nevor two Moe idt, and ill Cthambers' pat
IMVSenttgms' -liorL .I lately b- a "thst't 'l example wlo all boaet to ipp neighand
'"Ts.sebo. ~Lube= wd yu,dq4 your gardenup toIvna boouhIt.

UN' -V or. we 'iN aa V thevor' Y 4ua airk 'a Iou Sobrok of 'um seemed to think that Bob 'ud hiing

S1460 a. panther a time we ee but .4 ay with pride thi
Tla h1 ye mua so Mo aAf-l)-N"S te doeorget.W 4t 'adtt put a Ut pade up a nmgarde a spthreeh,
seen q1hgefor addldUesid 416t=I t gv I great pleasure to tak

noSt 0 p ame 'ome next untept and week mano, and then not much.pleasu
on Mill1 s d M ar wi1hsrpr "aa Ilsd falt witck by t ad.ayin g that 'Esa
St It e obw t. m goiles i to ldie a edarty do*p at the Caueiflow
Thows t prismthey'db 2l id be pleased t ohat 'e'd
SSnm* .tef P ntO omr le alh tro Qalt a rowd got upe and late
iS? to the M. l*s1B at! SPto ( 06nob unp lowed 'm out there talking as though 'e
re ^ eS^~ attull<.s~ n ~ at d IT pregohed telg to leave o back 'ar ad that 'n eor a
Sl n aa oix rad-overed u rtnt ward e tait tt.o y'd got as far asneigh
tIth t a ilend wrote CallSom of 'em sd to think that diggingBob was o

a Sthe tikler who d
The iPse, o meaA tM, H alil lv Ph i tt wae tor "That w could Show we ever th
Walkelyou mew M all adatt"t a spadeto a'ls garden for three

WS, ,. dtL*p ;ater and Claybry Mrwa. agosad then not much.n
ean,' o a$ 'V twiq but on suor pe toha-party comiagn s and havingg thao 'et
0 O ieai)!0. a g1te into a el to t up at the Caulwiow
ha lh satr 4 tetoo id It taandotMr.hore'd be pleased tohng
that they"e te~.i~

the leterese 4 Bat wOVde't be air to A% A t ea their up the otup anob
in to tSbl s te al at b o6 o ea wt worey al eons oi p un- lowt eld g strong wshbeer, the Flower th
'O swhereWe're sitting now.e, a alll late at' ite tprh belde3h wa reevenup.son tpon preached t

"It s M 'ha 48il M M ar We Su1day~a naog on he Isa of beer-drinffan
lotre ya ars sysgtatptil .by'd got as firal
a ~a1""'1.n4' wrote43
ip t.tikier who 19ma
WY iiwas "All4 ~ hiet ~ orCnlfoet~~~ ~a sBbwe ever

i heies'ai ee?*? ol a w' 'o e"That was.ha Atser' hwand weene'
Slook*ed a Hear to e wot w le aet door to bt t t fore thea culda't jet g." ,
C% w'w!O"I ~do 'but oaf or thevinghetouget
tabean -~al st 1!,0,Pa IntoO fdelo 1t It pass. What with
-bwHllaeGeghtrg[elMOW nsNoerup the roa4
back me twoudtcUe was wtorsed asA BAd rs wqt out to be the
1P V he tadlet or qallte d'the litOt I oersetin
~W1kV rikld ~ .UA~~ ~e' w t 'e4%V!:06pot, S olling strong Pthbeer, the Flowe'r
'is ait 1 J" ws 4 e upo ,p 6e pV sn preached
Ok *0he sundays rupnng o, 4 f ethe-ili
STORIM.0 he soe tb Ufte a I left Onsbeer Wiful .
anweed0117 arenbeoudutwW# elr 'adany and wimnmen
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of TroadhJena
of Europe. A
oly one partial
has been ach"
M and Sweden

interestli n
dest Son@ of
i days, should
0 lesson to thM
absorbed Ii
i has ,utndt to
at the study tkhey
Sw great thdir In
ae g history. b
y Indo-E i tharoe
popular atte wt
ri three northern Norway, 8w1 '
Ie d Denmark. s 7 *, '"
let us picture wthe r
of Northern
a when a som
; of ice and rook
)at winds and wates, or snow
swift, silent.
ce between. a i y rf
ha tural conditou prialtive adca'i *e
tence. So cual e a. ew oapread the
life of u-tMu-' emi- w
u cme-naturtlh. imI, Uh
id eir mountaM warr olo
Sof Romaa:. of Romn= lr'
I ers of an l M of mo
ite on. So only ia we eomprehad the
'e s, vast, v a -s o~bMn around m S
p coast, or w~a Q where w hd.efrs
gh lightning pntes, the
a s in the Ms;e rush of
th the waters.
dinavia gcy30h ?l every
Europe, lis strco uo
'e as in her 't- 1i0 or pular
)W d the gm gn modm epre M /

tong t. The eighth or
in y were most.

th Theory te
r ople Ins la

so f-s the o t-

ign inluaseaq Swed4 sd
w o grof k O r test
lie st. it was b t
et pect for td
ith law.
ing e eighth I $t&r

e byhe to Eurtto 45
aere unjust tothe"
i desolation, AA _
in winter so I "
purthe di
polar sters. 'M
Stwelft totrol -
history tto

inswedeN uhS r, wef hrta II

thae Oait

The Swedg h MLen
tr in he Gor d

lid fraud, ,Vr7
tbited ther t

ia erttad tl
anthe duo,: s
he Isweg s o
stla r9asts o

b iring
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pshe 4

lo iMtatioA was publishedL
trututad the aerty,
ot attaed the oroaUstoa
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ASof I th cn~arexe
twceasmayprpeti rIldh ia
morepoptisI v("~t to Mi OR

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Looked at Uesemv to no, wet was

'ad given n their
wouldn't be fair to
out oae was worse
started tin later th~
able to g their s
only garden

Ia sermon about it,'
be, Enery/?
ag aitodk for mUess
0~aayqty wants to
to .lflfl a l liol for
,.pMoes Cpchp a
been a unfortunit
It. lip SJust 'avibs
ka"%e4"this time we
Od ist.
eeoa came 'ome next
omatky with surprise
o r.^athe .at stu c
4 Wakeor, '-Went
to asermon on un-
A, prepeby4 three
itt rd-oVrred 'yan
Prom a riead' wrote
Ir. P*wlett was for
r Bw tit year and
r, but one, or
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too, 041ts itt
IGo Al th" 0 dozens
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woklg In its
to im 'ow th
ims i 4i 2 llR^t h put its foot
l ed turned the bu
SS JP .SW1a Or a tfour-foot
Vdth pic could spea
M1 t I tIul and unchris
l~~ 1 Mt *iy, If It oould, it would
S< am'se, and ask 'lmn w
SoWd on Flower She
Sf: of all, to Bill
^ iP W arprit"M, they went
I naI 'ins garden ju
$f : 44fam through the ki
*Weat to every gard
the young yung ladies got
of it, d lett whether they
there to JdMe dio eoniu or earthqu
W 414 ''breaths that event
the tt s Sft" Pawlett got up o
.atforI D O d o a lip of paper from one
JudW, She staO w4mnt waiting for ill
and then 'id .4 A, "'ad to stop wha
thOUght wa ~~d plaiet the back, but which
two o tihte0 titmwa b*o 'ad 'ad to take
cryin bablft out t : to quiet 'em in the
Thea nv. Piwlet puPe glase on 'er non
Just ad out0, sho s and sweet, that the pri
three overelgniS aa t ietal teapot for the
kept eostage garden.'ad been won by Mr.
Ptetty. ,< -.
"Oae or two pelgle patted Bob on the ba
to walked up the middle (to take the prize;
one or two more did, shd Bill Chambers' pa
the 'eartlest of 'em all Bob stopped and
to 1aM about It.
"Tpu would hardlyy think that Bob 'ud ha
oheek to stand up thee asad make a speech,
did.LHe sald It gve 'lpreat pleasure to tak
teapot and the money, and the more pleas
cause 'e felt that 'e 'ad earned 'em. E said
If 'et 'e told 'em all dd 4doe to make sure o
prime they'd be surprised 'B said that 'e'd
like Ralph Thomuea'e pig, up early and late
"He stood up there talking as though 'e
never going to leave ot, sad said that 'e ho
'Is example would be of benefit to 'is neig
Some of 'em seemed to think that digging
everything, but 'e could say with pride th
hadn'tt put a 'spade to'. s garden for three
until a week .ago, ad then not much.
"H e finished 'li rp ark by saying that 'e
going to give &a Sarty up at the Cauliflow
chrtean the teapot, where 'e'd be pleased to
come ,all rienda. Quito a crowd got Ilup an
lowed 'lm out the. Instead o' waiting for th
solving views, and aeM back 'art an 'oura
wards, sayinC that util they'd got as far a
Cauliflo*er thwey',g4 Iea as Bob was so
tikler whoe m14 e with.
"That was te last Flower Show we ever,
Claybury, Mras. Mtt and the judges me
the tea-party coMNig Mome. and havingg to get
a gate itqa sfeld to l.etitpasr. What with
and Mrs. Fawle tmlg over something
thier up the o *4, hiS' turned out to be the
pot, smelling tronig with beer, the Flower
was avea up., d the patron preached t
Sunday rWnlg u the sit of beer-drinkin
childrenwo'-t never 'ad any and wimmen
oouldn'gt It." .


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of Europe.
Dly one partial
ha been achi
and SwedenA

t aeresting
idest Sons of
days, should t
lesson to the
Absorbed I n
hsl h ,unto nuatd to a
Ste study they s or 'a
w great their as i 1
lg history, but
I ndo-Europm l Itt ju, theor
popular attention at
three northern Norway, 8we
>d Denmark. :
, let us picture O the
of Northern
when a som a
of ice and rook -a-we; V tCt
winds and wate, leet, or snow
Eswif, silent, Io r1OAV loatlny flil all
ce between. i u 0 WTN& -
tural condition pdrimltiv m 'la 'ruise
tenee. So only aa .we oemp end
life of oamd8teai, =that NEI lii

of Roman Ita i Roman r
ers of an=oeM,tr ators of modem
Ln. So only an we comprehend the
vast, vsaue as logbanks sound a.,
coast or *, where ounds the,
lightning thqpre Pine, -the
in the sIetIW ruih of Wm


My were a
N, There
lople toduy
onilas oI
o the nortbi
Witty. ThOM
it of ground
lst. It wa
aspect for the
be eighth to
re to Europei
ire unjust tc
desolation, ti
winter nama

was I



hoWi by domestic troubles
so*lyl, lmtil Ohrustipap II
t tad asstod his
tll, defending the

d lowtihat
M6 s the
to. w l the
to the Swedish con-



a nd mac
and str


bbn had

.ecape~a the

Stne priaoWl howI of
pm a .bltw MsoL
* hlxtoeb haot sVU two
s a leoad
n B fltto aiis dor
oded td I that dt
Stwor Il eedom wealth
truedti de d ="And
Bt otteod the adamoeuo, dtr-
SGutnare ln dobhl4 histe
1 throuj^a~ thores of

tow Invitation wa pu"lisd
strusing the me*y, soruitg
ot Attend the coronation. a
nassacre in whAih his father

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able to sil lt-some time-.b

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and terms for hand li it,..The -Tr (I to you
even if you should, deode not to sell. You had r -wi to-,e, ito" .t '
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tell me your requirments. I will guamnte to flA them pr '

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