Group Title: weekly true Democrat.
Title: The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: weekly true Democrat
Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: July 9, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075917
Volume ID: VID00229
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
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tm eedipsmjAs argstsa11e008e10 t
--mgte batrh oslaone acreag

is 1wbathocf(w beth heskh owl&-epu IW6 ie? kings epe.wr
Ib U-e yrars ofltIttate ih aem oto& summ" oned"Y hIt week.
be othat Iismabeasftmor am~peul- rom Wa%%inton City to Jiea
ON"ftbsm ,or b t brue sthe latestpod od raprje
6m 0 t 069s10.00 mealyPtusWtONbDa@&
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Of Farmers and Men of Leon
County will soon bIld in the City of
Tallahamee, under tie auspices of the
Leon County Chamber of Commerce.
1 The Department ef Agriculture will
have Prominent men here to address

the Farmers.

Other noted speakers.

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cmtyca-as mVsk To ft

Dr. CQ M. Auisy, Cbsirmamofth
Good PRa0sh Commiatteeof te4LM
Camety Chaimber of COemmu0%
Mr. George B. Perkins, h ~mml aof
Fthe .am appeard go m
Board of Cousty C="Miilim
~I*= d edthe heard t
an tunquestionet of
F d cUmiq atfor 3OmW. to to

astionmoftbe rqmi rdesr of hua,
Mr. J G.0.Johseassmow Sthe iw
IMISSIlMo,,exprue Z=6000 as hmg
taablereto etimeOw -- t
Mr. W. A. tgsasw y
The osKhowev"', tUm-W is hft
to defts'mamlugthdst"eWthe am
tim maW thair meat meeihqrmIs
Stwa the meetappropriat h
Thei*eIn se iubjeet before the
Today thatims
tlm as t otetue

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Iltm Domwel9 la 70iSU. Adenm.,St.
Tdspbme I1a 2W.

NA d Iw ~bIs -Ad9Iina~
freeW he UmNAw~estie
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e fv JulyI 9.

SIs the titme to cut the weeds off

She efft to pie" a tax on Egyptian
endid n sot materials in Congreem.
STheg eoget ber pirit was never so
pminMltent nla Talltahassee and Leon

2 whoeleSothern country is at fever
m- the subject of good roads. It
a ow era of prosperity for this

on the G P. & A., be-
and Columbus. Is i
Tallaamee will soon hare
S onmetlon to the Wet.
Ity s evident on ewey hand.
Ym| eM and Leon county mUa gt
i~ve a I peNltia "to re ap a glorious
WMuOt withi ho nexut few years.
6. E* wi sAkey de alr
b ISepeuto is Geseg. Tenesses
l ra h deeh d to quit tdhe
bms1 as wlW Mop p a aU m order

whe th gevm amet rpo t
.aliN. AW bB e aeJ IsI b

wblut As haH M fe ww *ill M
13 e n 40 SMl We will not be

ad Is" wo pled with the
msho wmao maaks is awOOO athis
What o Taathassee amd Laem
VMSeag to do Ia tis matter.
S 6aima aesaty began its estet-
al yet M, It belag tae 4th
Sthe st atS. It woM lbe best
if thee wase a muadred
lstead of tis small member.
Of dloMa'U sa waliskydrop tho
3 e a ae uam ef ita dp. and eall
Nu .it Uiteaa the S t. JoIn's
ies h. The hlate of the State

^ -- ~ i nty edition of the
ea wsabrat le*

e Isy has ** votw KOOs
kb evems1t of Noi Mhhways
qjt HbehI mllhoeof
*0 ses Lmm e sheem M

U la easb a d

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" TeUrss 3m Ps. rm1 m PA
The me ey of Tallohs is k- i ......
lna on the spirit of enterpris'r now W Jm eat own"
prevalent all over PlWrids RuPm-r b -hasI P5" -R eol44"
It that In the pu chae of the 4 oxiUm DO OM eIAtieof Mte SW
hotel propertv, the Le-w. pvo' whicht 60eLt. esp
is the Vieat N itlon2l Bak, tear It TeJWrIaI l M gao thluth*etwal
down, and wO et a meainida.t b.ak pUi pedlm qest isM e fie eMay
buiding in its sed, the uanpr Aore to Ofthe *MP SpOm s omeIfg Mr.
be an up-to date opera 8bee. Other MIA's WAd SlMse. It i gld, he
changes are noted, one of phih state. v*" ,tew.m a o ead of wo d~sw
mene. is the buIldin of the most so.m- p. M t 0 m ia t M iM -
plete printing Mo.l.;e an eridn on a vs wvh M o M0 rMMHeais the t
east lot seer the CAptAL If one-haif spoNly e1stig Om thStlWlOt11lNll
0(e heams i true, the eld red hilks of t nSm"Att- ertmatt eto llgh gO
Lemn will sMely riseom o thea musicof thumamn bei It belreve the u h
the hammer aad sa. --Luke Caty In.- of -#prismm farm iO I
dex. step thMd s puest referM i tIh ea
Tallshese is now reeelvirng many *0f iMto oar1d the apymw el
esalh moem from the newspapers of ththeh wteo wh So logIer lease aSi M f1
eontry. It is jwst as The True Demo- prisei o etheu, bt will v p wiU
erst remarked ist week, boost and the d6ty thir temporary g i-M m4
world will boost with you ; croak and hl&MigF them beeaMth i oW pa
you'll croak aone. s u wil deave- to give thw sMA
The True Domosrat prints elsewhere MaMk theM buter membersof do so
the peech delivered by Guvernor Gil. b iody wbrt sed from mVr i
christ, at the oeeteaary celebration
of Tammany, las Monday. IJke sal Tal Tlheoe i og now r d
other public utterances of the Governor Sourlih bear of trade. Wethoqui
it is full of practical, hard sense, ad is that last legistive session amd reeoe
Intensely democrat. His position on lynhilg yeaI eaue the Md town t
the race question will beemumanod by wke p MW* 4e ote of td ws p
every loyal son of te South. The igedea A tow act wsely i
peech should be extensively read. orA t n*ppto I e
^ ^- ^ TA bond of trade-Palathl TImes-Hrald.
PROF. *ATMAWATS NEW POSITION Our ** arai*o to known as the
Prof. F A. Hathaway. principal of Loom Couaty Chamber of Commere,
the Orlando High school for sever l and wil promote every commueal
years. president of the State Teacher's agricultural ad indWstrial interest im
A ogiation sad oro of the foremost ed- the best county in the best State in the
ucators of the State has been appointed Union.

principal of the Duval High school at
Jacksonville. Prof. Hathaway during
the last campaign was promament as one
ot the available andidates for the of-
flee of State Superoteodeat but he
esold not be Indeed to eterthe oist.
His work at Orl do has been of the
best and while sorry to lose him from
Orange county, the Herald offers con.
gratuatiosM to Prof. Hatway ia hi
newand horer ASd,-Iaford Herald.
Prof. Hathaway muwed much of his
edusaten ha Tallahassee, diri the
esed days of th SatCe*leg. He ob
new a *f the 1e t6rs In th seamer
shool at ths plae, ad in regardeed a
one of the best edMtes na the state.
His frtes la Talhlaaes are maqy.
The Apa-shsea Time refers to the
talk abot lao L. Farris ruaang fWor
oare a fellows: "Mr. Speaker ar'
As Is seamed of ade* Uto psem
Ca Missme Pnr nkcames plae at
Washingtoe. A vrwy lbad"ambteon
indeed, bt Mr. FPrrk i usmided that
If wishes wr sherMe sIrs woeeld


Slamn mtiply at the sear app-reba
of te eapeoetd ga of aviation. The
adjour-ment of eoagress to witese the
tril of a Wright aerepine; the a-

air raft to be helM inl eenm Xt
asprin the Ipea 1 as m e Mtsear
Calais wasitnfer water enalems
tavo anbe hr as esesphae ght eressw
tae Bog"s C ael-thees hands
of seaSne&1e's sews 6t6her with
theadvertes d eerof desl tomp.
ply airshipswit"i"f 6"tydayafterofe
reel -of eisre- afwy vvwidy both
to the wide etornei a tirk and to
OW pnres made towd sh r asaw*
ties Wita the meee tbust Jeod e
Its appleads t I*pastieS Is well
AeW war.

t a chair 6 1whom "i dl h UdemHr
of Pusd wisa a aft o SMON amd t
iSOa s It the wm UsMlmg IIa

-d -er I smm o mm un

* ** n L s R. he^ Mf as
gho~wead Am s .bsoo m" the

sMens mtd Led h M.
nm ft -R wf d LeaI
nu seb. to 0 10

1WL *o L ehO **O of d

covoU T moUCo TUTmTn.
"FIddUg Bob" Taylor had justa d
the momeatoe question, "WIe stopped
the slok of our prosperity Ia IIOT"
Then he promseded to warm the Repub-
ican party with the following parable
of the Old Tennsseeas who had "Hik-
kered up" on oe ccasio too heavily:
"Bir" aid Benator Taylor, "I warm
the party b power now that lon before
kgal jdgmet day shall com there will
be a sAalp gdment atthe baet box,
ad the p so jubilant today wlU Ue
hdlplMs m deeae,, athe el
*Tenemue who joined a great estmear-
dion to the beautiful dlty of Memphs
Sthe day ewh tae sale was is
lower. The e-9 m anafterNgmer g
lon where SBaeshs smal le, hims M-
larloemn swore bheMS whp aspm

teInM before he M eN -

ngef hi m ead o him an beat b iMn
ose to debm and left hm wbting
o thomle N Tso bealy b he r dsIa

the people staod it; they gave s the
Dbngby law and the people ended It;
bet the Seater fm hde I hlad i
discover by and thW do*he has keed
a s le tae oo mu te M nth los t M
worw TIn. m nuF
Lakeland Newt Whom Clude L'I*
tI and N. B. Drmerd be t orum-
Mint good aNd ad hr the Uitd
Staes* meate, emd te W-m warm-
ed up to their wk4, IstU e00 trere
bg to hear tme e m m ofs
other, bmead o etb meal
&*-wl-f seta- aI t- TMI
kowmb lae: au.. inth ill
md bosstse&q hsme be hbeh

tr United ft"* m 0 it
skA w tho e M hema W go


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k teo" in8

r aisbw wiRiftet11s i lm

pItteahetd oI the so

el1 -s s iHB oj d Sekes
SI 'm e t e- :ma on
an'or MaWOusg "e s u dhip.s"S&

S Sad mfts wdo e,, ,ave h
ag tmeo pormay ol $ebIs tlm naltht

' ve d tu bask tM6 a te.m A

Weerf th i u m is-- bee
he rimr er we opr were, is w
I a ot stae on wf the weeeMd of teM
d wto ohbeisaerthingtoedterado
m sethe L e2 isd eMatof the oWn

he a**law ateysaated the mrat ymwabe
"Pow totheprinary oisa mlow"

if ia"On e Mw the
edit orof thi so paper, botr ediar
ebeir of the psinglar a s the tmLe m ah t --- Sa W do
Til woit athnd oft ri do the
editor of thio paper latedaoed aea se-

ore t bsll that we evr pled
upen the statute books tgalaing MWe
primary elected in thMs State.
We ao today as strongly ia favor of
the primary as we ever were, but we
did not vote for the law enacted by te
the Legaistamre, and we are of the opin.
sei that one eetioa heldM Under its pro-
vmoe will thAoroughly disgust the pee-
ple. It it works satisfastrily we wIlm
aekowledge our mistake, bet we do
eot believe the Democraie voters willh
stand for it for more than ne election.
--Gaineville Sun.
Basee Be i cerwtainy the national
game. At a Plttsbaw gaum roesatly
30,83 tickets were registered.
These who ad faiuk with the mew
pension law sheu remember that bl
pmproBn to wa th Irida pa -
-pnm than y other Stat, the
a munt for tihe past eMal year beig
eUma.l. It mmst be ada*tdi teat
this is a heavy peansio share against
a table wealth of ony .USU
In tU eoNmsol an mahiul a "v sp1
Men" Caro" e powe
slme mULu; Timesy WI*
SW; Teasm, eOdM; Alakm, *5,.
Ml. and Geergia for th year MW .-
OL ridrs ps her Cofedera- e
p-dm m ore a th twi pr pwapha
Sthe amut paid by w etbeir Sat .-
Gainesville aa
Stadmats desirin to beesesaed ihde.
t studiesa y O- to Miss

ed to sessmmmlene lthme meson as

MTe of -embal edei he Tf as.

ea bt be held atf

metaly- ^^i -hoe -af sheat 4- ------

uolon E

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; imhi absa. 7* 1

PM etevsaeuasin

5rs of the lake. Tfrh i
existd a prophAy "

a vow the o

Spleinw the primtve trtth of the

how city. -
hom, th y began while ctrpi
of numbe tr oof treep
thon wi t hik layers of
on which o the buot runde &
more or mleom solidity Oro
dwellings soo began to form
la- ia ruslar order, thus de

They also cosatyietda bests e
oars of different sises- u 1u'se
and war, and while e451ain .
number o pied thema -
in defending their home sad
na from the onslaughts of

am elenre the city. onetime p

ed the
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1 tht the HoWAIr
wamdi is the- one tluly
fine watch made in
T7e JIw'4ftoIs tb. guoImed
Comb~inviin of the ffleu steaierat

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Randolph'& Fenn.

jp bMgiahcby

@ihA on Iowa paie.
Ualvrstty, at DeLand,Is for
Uwe Wye Is b r ctssoos*
Is Isollds.

W. P. Roberton died recently,
o sh of veral weeks,
0" a ta up irom Pne-
uad pset Wedemdaev at home.
W. H. Averitt, of Miseksukle,
'tusefy In th city on business.
^^**toN'Clothing Acefcy Clum.
swe irnomma.r Pwo No. 267.
? r. rNr Dtvtohwffto tohe Uni.
of Ge~orgiaat Athenm, foray
OWtof the Sopehoppy Argus,
I t he city.
C. C. Harrell has boaon a vist
f is *and friends at Medart.
Lx IVfto Jam #rwf "Is,-l
M 918 .Adm s l&te

E^L LH*utoktoe, IJ*kM*ir*ll, -
at the Leesa this week.
andf Storey
BSsHy ofthe o ads ".
Wp monday ia T -
Cm e. se ** n m W

^^^^*^uP- ..^9 -- IB *- *w
V ~rsha legleso
SarUlaels, oself
and elaleso'
l-toa Appi* to L

tl umet&Wghter t min
*Wedbesddy for a
B |l A. L, Woedward are
I -- o f t e r ms ., M r.

OWUMaud Waler who Ihas b h
hiftig Ml. Gwev Crawford for a.
l daim, left for bert hoe in Port-
m th, Y., T nereday.
2krh p Rdtelm Weed l held mor-
vAme 6 ot. 's sJpiol cherob,
Se-Ay Jely itt, i and 11 a. m.,
and 8 o clok p. m.
tyour bathing uit from Chitteo-
den l C o. before golng to the
(east. 30
The young ladies bridWe eldab mot
ytorday at the re ades of Mr. S. D.
.Chlttendn, MiGertrude Cbkteondm
being one of th meambrs.
A bif de atfm from Tamps will be
bere rb tsday,- July 2b, to appear be-
fore the lis lr.ed Commimon to argue
for a uales dep f that city.
Two or three uienly famished roem
for ret to .a olemen or for light
housekpair. Apy at True Demo.
erat fflee for parURslars. 17-tf
Mr. W. 8. meLt and Min Pearl me-
,in have rmetred from a visit to tho
parseta of M. .mu Mr. and Mrs.
Jom Noel, In Wova&itika
R. A. 1, Jr., lb havln gtbe
eM l o b vllt from her mother,
d md er sisters, Mimes
Lt ad IdSa Brooks s a of SBoaee
The ama "see is tho but eo
mode. It i. earri, by CMttemdMeA .

Cp r p hram l u over Leo se*
e ty of Theonmml*v Mt
A^ t eIM herveut will be e

16. Join Ce~hmehesbeo. is thedi
foreaflw dapHBe esplalwb&M
at buea, w l w eerl ms Ie
OWs favortle teen it I

hemu a we is.
e at the amenu
story reatmrn the
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OW om wow few*
k" tome?

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dta a vw to
A. ladd6
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ad no
smom me haw.

eel Arnd*3.~

t oa e 61* ee e~ u
mssWfer. s4
Tve ofmarblejust n"IeL CON
~4sp select a wbe ou
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was em
go a0s1
Iv to tho

dtaa buying tho-iniise m
ion exhibitA ian Chfttm
de d Bs ernr window. s
MO. Wst Trammell. a former Quia-
&te t inow of Tilla UM uad a
0 trip to the city lat
plb = turtinh ore t asaday.
f. isma t*th *u of the
AMmral at the Capital City.
Mr. l once reprentd Gadedem
:m ty t:" State Leislate and has
ajy adus.-Qjaincy TUimes.
t Waven't the time to eerMeae

Mtioofth eboweis witbhot
Ask your druggist for teU.0
Clme No. 1, of the Womm's Club,
wU iser tea at ti e ho aUfatl

ra for the eldrei. leld

bUMildib lot fuM v-

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*I tHeM Adler'. kM
des for beaoum f-

aftun@se at 4 *lock,
aSt *clock. Pa-
the seetMe of July

W. N9.0

V. B. om,

W.C. T.U.
Thq regular monthly meeting o the
Woman' C(hrimAn 'emperae Union
will be hwd at thPrebyterima Chureb
on MOnyR afternoon st half-pua fear
o'clock. All aldies ltetred iN tM
ease of tempnertean ar eordialyr ln-
vitel to he present.
Mas. ALmmT H. Rosma.
The Steinway pia.e maa no..qal m a
mdium price iano. Send tor pnees.
Jowae reaeb Plan. Co.
A. Smith, alseanan.
17-2:, Be I. Tallhaaaes, se s.
EtD "Spa s&ag eaedal.
Tuedar aftaneos, July 0.h at 42
a'lkL tib'- Wem.a's Hom ary
doetry will t.old a alite ez -ia
iw sdml at at & :fee nb o E

Coa-. Ail mW, -4 y n *tn mamd

ins Wih apindid esoseM and has p
foetod mny woanderful Mn I eye 1
nervous trubleb His at evit itW
leoptmbor sith. 3Wit

ward fe t q.Cewn~
sa berniatC~

to carry set nyAbkats
Arm. Wllgbm

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wombyhaN rm isL- rwm.N
Take SOa** ramify pihf

thwe hosebapb.tow h Ie

;wass WerISG s ft"jm
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Ibm sredwtusem asall our fine Ifus Goods.

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Prices of a few articles:
est Apple Vinegar..--------.............------- ...Per gal, 0
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Otaon............---.--.---..........--------.8barfor 80
Gnlatd Su............-.........------.-------.Per lb. 6
Good Coffee-------..............................-----------------------.-Perlb. lO
Hoo.-------.......-----......----------Per qt. 25ce
Carry a fll lneofraocris, as cheap as ema besold.
Calo Gi and Chek Homespun.......Per yd. oc
Yard wde.............-----..-...------.....Per rd. c
Fruit of the Loom tahin---............ Per yd. lOc
hoes ad-Upp ..-------- --... .. $1.00 and up
ladie Trimmed Hats at actual cost.
Walker's Dad Shot Cob Curworth$.00. price 70
Pain I Cttie. 1'bqHosey yprinee 2c
[vrt R ter Bd Crves. worth 26e..-.Myprice O c
Wins .1W. an& Still Vita, worth SLOO..My price 7
A ful line of Wine of Cardl and Bladek Draught.
All kinds ot Patent MNduines at redieed prices.
One store hom for ent aext to my stare.
Come and get my pries before utmg.
Your friend,
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The most perfect little implement ever
made. Sharpena the dullest seimors in
a few seomda. Edison's latest inven-
tion. Should be in every lady's hand
bg. Last for Ave yea

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Sbe.w 4 M.athe near future. A contract will be let at Aext
* vptb-date sd hol house, and school will be in operation this fall. A bt
Laalogae b~i~Aldiag wiU soon be erected. A well.e stpbhe
id o evera beautiful road. Sunday School is aw
aad one eaw-mill are already in operating at and e.!aik
i.Not "elbrgte and beautiful Miccosukie Lake, notad for imts
"Imi every month in the year. The bautiid W
7W,1 rive. Brawell & Bishop owntwenty-five
f d thting and fishing privileges.' They albo have several vudmal
ab uin There are other small farms which can be purchased fre
iF.W i otthls town site to'ill the adjacent country with several hundremalU
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kindly entertained by the citizens of Wdesboro and sm rrondingf c. .

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flr.1ds Pave promised Good and Comfortable accommodations. Rate-from Talahm over Beautif Pblic
$LO r Ahdub Children, 50c. Tickets on sale in Tallahaee at Schoemaker' Stabl and A. L Tulsy's Stable
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0 -as- m aas wsm.
ho of dad maes's
pebyO of the pWesant rel
ths mt w is oa-
is RepMbNlemam title of
arty" wuraswd l ieAl-
r lSbhrist that




redit forW ai ih at
of thd eutry. H
te Asockilples w or
the Reopbb ams wee

N onJof Governor
sit ight be par.
H R bla etow wrdeb
partlelar. The
vow semwbat a
I seerly i t we
devoid of all such
of beaemi-ag reek
iad ee*-sZ to t7 m
amoted but aeeos M
th love of wi
tohbeth Iroot of al
*fa atioms rEtms
adi rmed
of 5t with
of with
aode les anof
be t l order to
s hah of adversity, It
masteralld re-
this Phra *The New
aamail a It s meeisited

We rie.

tu4 tmo te tsme two
Thethe r

V oo mi zgot e-
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Noa. trhue tjo h art
PMte mL s

ig thea i4 hme.

k .660.. Governor
1< "lwouMd we o ee
-asbe eftah
esbet a-of at.
Jstheir -
L--,O owa--theat b

' "Whee the hlebh roteetive twiff w
1 St estaished" h esald, It was a
* Miltd fore Ibeneit of ifmet m
Stteta After forty-ighl yero s
After they have bei es abm to Uem
pete sneemflly with tim wr d
yoe stall sonsider them infants t I
odid WthAt th fore e p d
Do yoee appo& ath o Amer
lean Newspaper u-sn' Aeeiaol
bolUoied that, whe they -m ImI
*asolvred tMhat is the same of hiM
wootd p ad other material a-
Into tantre of primt oftfp
be immediately ropesahd Tim De-
*rattei party very proper lstyed thi
per ton not a tax upon t oreigarw
t a tax upon the spread of kowl
*dage.' Thanks to the protests of thiN
preM tadthe Democrati party, it ii
now proposed to revise downward thi
particular tax.
"Then the Republicans claimed thai
owlng to inerased protestloo in out
country that thereby competition wouk
reduce the price at home. With the
eotablishmot of the mammoth trust
and oonaolldatlons, does an ono now
believe that statomentT Now they
eaneot tool the people on these points
Tbey now may that the laborer is tb4
principal 'boolleiarr.' Does any ono
lieve that now They tell us in their
platform that 'abuse' of wealth sad tin
tyranny of power, and all the evils o
privileges sad faverltsms, have beeo
pt to sr, by the sim 1 maly vir
of aad f~~t tay. Y
would lIk t- worMd was "ettg Ms1
modthatObrol was about b ewhl
hero. As to th abuse a weal
of zoweo slow%@ 0 o f1

e l they wM res at hall
I so UNpartTM ode1
t- iiVM Iemw the geaseil
to Iho fer wins Itf a mt eeedi
tp pwer wMhs weuld m e MthaM

Sbuds of the wealth of 6th ee ut
prastleally threste& the
wmi in f pIathir prid V 6ev
dowe. It is Utim Mi d-Ml w--b
were umed wh. Tammaa was susmse m
ful is ""htid for the leti M tof Am.
"In dhir p tern of 1900 their ro.
newed thnl" fath Ia them e r

Bowdture eut Ulu. this rs o t

thiat ew pef "iat been
AD" to e rpor thof I tario

"ba w.e eg the fase
RobThe fssey ea n4 8

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State where it aow
hae meslestmn to de a
S the slaves was Wali
war between the
-eim. Th- se"dl"

V VV W T, wwy. V....-.... .. -
Shire, Juhan Hawthorne, and other
Noew Uid s thorities to show that
t the prm of secosion was long rampent
r n New Eagland prior to the evil war.
The Qoveier proceeded:
"IIf th Democratic arty had not
s been defeated in 1860, 0by hai more
thus one sndidate in the, It Is
quite probablse that the now solidly Re-
publlias Now England States would
haveeeded. Tneinemcraey of the
Solid South has nove yet claimed that
r the Cosstutlo. was a compactt with
H ad acree" ent with Deasth.'
Th queole of seceeaton and of sh*-
Svery, frowai out of the war between
Stheo taes, hmaundoubtedly.beea settled
for Weed am te o qsuestls ave been
right. The DemocratT of the
Solid Suth are, without doubt, eatis-
ied withthereeslt. It s eafeto ay
r there et more than oie tatheassa
I is de South teday who weeMrei etat
Slavery If they 'old. The New BaN-
l Iad aSmasers of the IepubHbea party
were largely renlbi for very at
Its pow tals abhet hating
Ireed, tho s eS. aoer wdM aa
I sehay. aor (Wot* of
a war ssaideat to the ds
of wMhib they had vv se
They simply *ake thts iS osoederr
he sad to heold the agre veto. They
masuredly amnd s t them pi et*
"Inasted ot the *U*S a elahOMa m
that they freed th ates thr tate-
meet would have bee mora e aseae
S the claimed that OM eps desm- I
of the Cotitulo they sleas-a-hied
the newroes," Goveraer Glshristu de-
elred, adding that he w as
the agitation of the d eoi l
of the Alteelth id
Southern leoIslature or tt ,bi
that it will be ra -s .rter
by what Bume ca "the asMV guM
"It can mafelgte 4 lt tsees r
orlater wbentI e A- IIm besme V-
ters in aWifmrAs MW e ewber e the
Paeds Coast, or wm the eesWred eo-
t of Spr w, I, and of
Field O.ior Utur. Pa., or
e other C cities ma- w base No tee
ag isive,O and W-M whek the 0. 0. P.
s longer m h* hmer oi
Sthat the wa i be set-
t ht by the Ceurt of the
U Stateselm j t as to pre.
se6aton1 now, or Ito p-aa by
TakUoe s aS *mplea forptw
ead minatlon is Ihe
GAhist said:

a**pm *am *-M

a* Sfto bea
eatinl tar hbeu te

i boll the Souther lteo tha fow the
white people to divide, and thereby
Ile the arbitrameat to th aegro
"I h bev.o to the patriot desire' of
Mr. Taft, where suh desire' canbe
property a rted. I want it to become
ain t pank in the next National
e a Platform. Patriotlemn hold
begam at home. I want the Republican
party to patriotically break the sodity
of t doSid Now ggland States and of
Solid Penneylvanla.
W.* T. Noes.
Our emboet for the monthly mee
s *"Chist Caeoahp." o work
outlined In this deopleet would bring
the two worse of ittie Into lli re-
lation, and so mmould Christian publi
etiment that town. ty, county, tate
and asoa may knw ad prati the
ra-hteemeem that exalteth aatis..
to motheds. through the related sad
kehb word, ale to make its stadeata
mliar with laws tr thf protection of
mSrata, ad with th powers and 1B.-
tatisof el s as we t:aste rights
of cldin; prevent the estabshmnt Of
ths dispen-ary or other urightemsu
suhetle ol th Ibuild pro pro -

a ey aad mo6o a
a whos God is Lod. The
tb iprM wU be sed:
Sw Savior Mio Me.
=m zd ek. xxil, u S1;
alse, vi, W 38
*-iFirm Poa d i tiof.
I -Delaratue of Prineiplea,
htimCatisaimmip, page 80. An-
*aal Leaftet
a 7-Time for Non-Partiean Ef.
fort, fre-m the Aurlekm ines.

** The wem r se Speas* a war
Wmb a SpsemeMSeple.
The editor of The Trme Demeat was
a fortmaate ato visi Woodvfte a
Saturday lae ad apedthaeday with
her shar&lag aWi bespitehi people&
Be was lld by m r.
Worth W. T iea. p saer ad
bedIfrd yd, of tis esty. Theevevt
was IMte"d a aseleTatos f the

be =Fn4C arfile d 6418"62.
sd lberpl their bopaty So -
geI The tow is sarroud by a
pr~oeper hapyy .and We ateto d eit-
hip, wao are almost without exeap-
e thrifty ladposedeOt.
LMIA A'S AV53AS *13i
"N"es ep16a This StatoelIsIsPhr

Wasington, July t,-The o nditio
of the cotton crop in the United Stat ,
avoragd 74.L per cenat. of normal oM
July t last, according to tho report
the Department of Agriculttre. At
the same date one year ago the avoage
wa 80.2.

The oodlition of
last year and the
State 1900.

the crop this year,
ten years' average




P. D. Roberta, manager of the -
ra turpentine still at Levon, near Oala,
was killed by lightning during a elec-
trical storm.
TMe Caue of Many
ISuddeln Dath.
Them is a daes pmlingsln this
*tin. Manysdd" e
deaths as, eansed
by -het dib

bol~sm abook thuS
lk bohasm lhusbymom LAfeq1
Dr Klola &Col, lumtuN.V

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sorry fou ft-wbea ues'Y sowr Kejel ba ue
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Aw~lt *' I fruiiirt, dll>ntLn t
-A.sIbAvewated Ua msOW
a d N M U* "* khow61111%Ovows"ft
a w M here bmre a Ws ea"d who iT H
116s U* oabflM 1ee t pe* tn .ad -e. s t W
S tto epgethe nreeseiav d "to
,ito lesam dmes powu eoea"
1-0 es" to be *.as t h.t* "**. ,. ,
S s I e se, l to based Otuln yeaglM or ek yr. wI
olty frtmd ( oM to ee t of you the po ny
s bedU th uve experle in Is
i t wto rw l g hateo ofr ordia. but; w *f t
I tpye be that you arny C, sr rlote t
S."pp o I tu l y "m in; whereas. ma y anme utel
***oPreoMeame permitting, will law. It i
aeh gt amty. al thew, neat o Mt ~MM the lomt o
to o l his ew pity and ability dejM be. atme e tatb qtl
glpMeI, to givt to the state ofee that m tw o Mr
IS ,n hfa isl i dowmet, io o(r t an U o& sa-I
1of t. And It would quart l wouM muie to meet th
or natural reqiemet law But It I
T a e pacity and may be tt ost obje I
s o eset oa wn prelumptiout* tio-be a. -rj J m e i on ith t
r O tia a M itis made I thn poor 6tfarmero tta fymlny *n wai I
ir slomewhiot tlike hs e a "Utry f tor d to Mptpon wI
the alstionaries of th 0(4 tdhsiS t thxt is taol werseo 6
H J' they mid tot* tt to uet adly wnt to &-
to Instruct them, Ifhtront Rut etror wirh reimlmd be. I
lad our go'vern- hind at low nnMmirY or h t atb home I
04W. earn before to gutare the almUM or the ithos.nt I
i of.r But. Mr Proto- mother and elM as they labored
thIee are my vlin1OWN, t ,NW for Inal I esltene p aromd the lonely I
l ten"ral and not a n Jf reside. Let acableTiate the average ex- a
ti mywownc tines In b* p"nel that the addition le of op
on which I owe as ee-qarter ml would be; t
Ir etlng the State an on aver fearr ow roHy he *a aw i ,
IIK rhe1g nl r to the eart that vluanon Ionot .-r e ...., v. O-.. I
S- Worfs- e. p'-tiotvr" love and one-quarter mill upon which woue i
n 4 : 8f th ineer10 t *0 he 42 1 e cants. Dow not this amount <
41of th: merits and of the In. mulder Into utter iMgniicanceR whI, |
advantages and benefits to rompse4 with the reat good that t het
at nrstion of the personal combin#d effortss of Vrtda citisenl will t
INl < mal tchilesl hroe0 of do to the gftnd old said wh o0- t1
S army, I cannot longer l,wed the matchless l, acl son, I
S ex prelne my views upon i .iret and Gordon even though it r-l t a
haMne of thop t w pension law, Mr. President iony on the part of the applicant, or I'. of Orange lIa Hoaae Bill" n"lfie on tih art he on f the offlierra V
V hU a twen amended by this huerfd In the preant nat with certain a
Itose veralrticulrars, my trusts and dulle., that undervlng per- p
majo ad if.r'ences and the pur- ann are upon th pension roll. a
S may be divIe l into two ~"Thoe whi are ullty of wrong doing I
u.T.hee n who have de IR a idavlts and 1lAd A

5 t st* ar n ol ate ,ad upon whom has" -
tKll Ivo um am, uitMr- -- u ptMU'--- by the L'-itslaturt the'
1. 1't la I sacr ed dntye the di of the pu ic
ihelerscuitrson, that wo tIm l m I t 0 nd justl e, b ar
aeM Nthe rIn lSte thatSr v1 1 the pushment. and not
'lthe foreals Iai t wiio v*e d the g*nertlon of

achieved may he and is i)bea& forty ww atioism Afighti
B to beS a.i re N to w a -m o.d zt

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bAatothe th and t ye.N, ff. -ye have
toW s f t. fUab Uea we
Mb the he the Mar-

tW make o Mni i Shoe,
and they make am thea any heer n e ma-
king8bhom Thi y ahow you. thler and tell
. yu how they make them in evary magazine or
paperyou rd. The fIrst g t adatage this
Shoe has upon otderi, s its fit: they made in
quarter usme and will Afit any foot. Thme Shoes
cost you $3.6), $4.00 and $&O--accord-
ing to the Leather and Style. Now, if you want
to get Real Shoe Satisfaction try thk Shoe we
are 'tooting so high to you. Come to our store
and talk R-E-G-A-L-S with us. You'll like


140 South




of the


360 do"
bit 4fh
hast. sal

Wd&a&wu New York and LiK nwa..m
dadmipedo 0 die .W"b *m wikeuy easof dimsR~daqw-i
isdm TheyU hmv a A ampnif musa b *"0
edit em.e~wctAmes MRsom11, &wonme&md h
a~hhyou =akd b d I did




That Proves."

d By

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We.0.W. NemensI inwds"
14" Camp No. Beiem ofth
0 x 0Eums =V= ,.July 11th

Mr.; Aftid
is e1sm tI
solot tMr1,

who took

mtwe have
" the shack
We have not

TheeTome Demew a tha rsved a
Wm wsin
dlog not OWN'e
any ku~u~aI~ s th Leo

g was not
mouth are.

~am" LOu IM.
Semi0 AsSae*qe w&m N


r Mnr. aauu
v"Ial Open xtme*
Far~ilm "towsher
*Ia ktoabg attomi

Oft lt f sysa
same da ilmeMr
ISO at Do"wod aor
ame kriskkW drataioned
h them.
sAM Mr. 0. T. Drew.,
*11wheasto Ismeethis
Who haw boas fs p"O..

ve*n bw a
De~omt -
' WI I
dog EoWeinv
w mdapsbI

y IiI D at Dg-
.---A A-.Ae
to r. 11.
MI~~hl A'I0 Ime.
"Vilrogwaisalastaken very sick
at mr. oStreslmdua. lHe got better mad
has gem. heileftyds.

in what omM hutflty besal"fMet iu
ohalirbes die. They have warmI
poew*" tMmga-tboy don't bwo. I
eududW i~n#VwIL If Fetr IM$
w~loweight et meappar"AetrmSo.,
gieIt -we a Ores itvz I" eu
vibo 1s at the remimts bohuw
j~7k3Ika~~gold by Mwdw.

w* Cos ow gg. a ti~pe




4ata aestd=boot.i

G PM Ito a y,

The: :Cb~aso ,.-O sNmev GM
"he bit vqelersoftw a t 0
Chamber of Omm. wes VM MM b *
*cIOWA with a ', h.qo W E
nmmbem =I ddasptU


bem eat eseeto~I
hot for oaVn et

are hbdlw ftne Oaks

fromIN 004 eiwyas
a fta bb ~ww
ktrguet eowd Lle a

Pd at thsem
Mor~ure paw'.0

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T" TrmaN E Nmwd hiesa P"e O
a. nAee Ah,..
A story told 1i their Omane of
an Old Collector" ake r stlo
*Wks in trade to which o umin-i
pulow dealer in atiquil will ro-
Inr lD order to got a ge nM for.
h warm. The two parties weO
oadro CteiauL the e"wa
&d DBaron idolp bo.
hbad naged to a
Sof b pb unameled evr, i
Switch the dish on whie it
He knew that Baron Adolph
Od fancy for objects of this kis
hi bbe also knew that Rotheekld
S never so carried away by his
as to pay more than wa r ea-
e for anything that pleased
Castellani devised a bit of
Tbero aon O rrivini in Rome' .
vbited COatellani's shop and was. vTivr sesO Weo m aet anl
w the beat things the dealer a Met, be im tely. be an
Sexcept the enameled dish ind unthusti oo of eof o-
&aw. whe veti eln b plab p ckes about | deur i the
*a Hn iwtod Cekml d~w from t < LSO
Ma de upboard the dish, bt not osiewmur," fateiptod Karr, "I
er. T baron was o plead love4he sM. W04ereHed t Ith
ith the dish that he agned tombuy, Or foralMa WS I06 yo # v
$* lot of which it was part, for ome SU the way from Paris tb die-
09 of the entoms of the shop wa gtp me with it I can only ay it is
to sell a rare specimen apart a ed thing to do."
I b the grop of which it formed
, J'Pircips] o ject. The bMro" p"id The M A. ..rm
V fllrily w the whole, lameting A boy c v muted the other

There he was visited by a agent ibbon around th left one.
o told him of an old lady who The doetorvisited him the net
wished to sell several beautiful ms- notep e ,p
Sol pieces. lie visited her house Why, he said, "you 've got the
b e countryy and was disappoted. ribbon on the wrong arm."
SA. mhe majoica lady, seemingly ohs. "No," aid thesmut boy; 'ye
c pId, left the room to order e- don't kaewtheebhps at ow she .
Smoent the baron sew through -Lods Tit-BIt
S W ope- door of a bedroom a r -ow
a hel by a Ia shade on whieh wN IU 3w
SW a wretu of imortellem. -
the lady retuned the baron W a S fi to eamime the W sa e m
SItwa bro ght eat, Mad the da htodm se*A woh ae
b so n aw tat that then el "am wwas d .
m Iwork as that a the di W Am
i 4 l tk t! in *oot of the n* ........ ai--t--- ----
,. tieto hoo of the e,,s ., .
F M qind thebe rowof the
R sad was told by th y that ,
KM not for sle .a it was the St hb:
a ouir Abs ponessed of her A&- .

I Tho baroa went beck to his
moMs, had the dish unaoked and
Sei d that the foot of the ewer nt-
ted ft perfectly. The et day the
ahoue seat the apnt to offer the
.4 lady a princely sum for the
'epr. He brought book a refuse to
. L But at lut the widow' aree-
, e 'were ovenemse.
Ct te*alni, with his Italian cum-
who ea ed sad the old
owas setimUental were his
ait making the buro pay a
h larger sum than be woal
have, ven had ever and dish beeso
.a$d tge. The Italia .hop
mas Mshoae had taken Ia one of
the meet astate of boelaes me.


Iwo ~



sa abe

IAw the

ISK thet pvt t
oe two former trimrdel
mo ils Kit Cwars bdM
Onall|pi and vhm t o-r
taer with aso4
of ble Kit Cason bati m ad

r SO &to the Coma he, the
Boo led ci-il-utiorm to E L a
tue"s Crockett led the way tte
,mnit Tenneseo adee toteo tet

tiw sad ierri to S OsUis
-Gt. The place that wmeut es-
-o K Comno, ab dlp mer
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A Lw Arios Wit.
Is Austrian mea seat his
MerBvat to mbt rea Me for
his Idleess s an s Il and gave
him a pia t I o csopy. It w the
pfntig of Oqd fawmboou. Ia
fw day tbo levmt eat to se
what p h d bee mde aud
em his re u4med the
that all w a bet ome e.ay,
em which tH ter w thee m-
.loye d. A Mkssed. aad the lie-


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AeO" and Omi vses wpmyou i to Sam ui
Olt is a musb siplerthingto ei
mad bsotthmto sot, leeareea writp- i
C.0 in the yoawn Peod a n nu iai
Au em 0athe 3.0n hib" g~~
he ambadeteei "Mo m"tedthe shaseI
ofb rW. m ibetr. i~ Whot ahabt bar
the be Tom" h d of'amm

mp SOWWo 4w AN

ae Ido. but'
hen &AboAffif

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1s umr deveMping and will be Operated. N 0 W is theop-

momet. I can shw you some excellent invest

tienta. Call on me.

i~~.5."Wk $sas.-zzMmosma LeAti, Mourn
~5om~~tslbeetes. rimeft. owr the burtKson&. Lowgelet
wA5C Sua a Nsks, v ery Me. M L
Stte( lwwe r too AGo" I13...Homes, appe.

Nea aeass"tom 43 UlStoM Mathme
81215--Os Gesism SL wearPark ___m --- A
Iad cha dmseMW me MP6IsW ent tUddmlsteemd
v Offem Dud~mp. MosroeSt.Pays
22. atJ~UJ ~ e. BUILDING LOTS.

rim a -No -asm w u. .
let alnd rood nicghborbood
10, 100 cash, balance $17 monthly
at por eoLt.
No. 9. R.
lam-CoAmy Room Cottage. M
eifl,-ights Pakr A"v. 1Lt m..L
fot@ Ba-an sad otr out bases. Lam
o Pruit. Flh Gardes Pooltry Yard.
No. IX 2 Speial.
,Jh --Beestiful eamtion. fronting
1U t on Jackdom Square. Fine
as proroiH. oose has 7 Rooms,
bath oete com~lete.

Threeo lot eoe block soath of State
Cowg for Women. I at $1. at
3 L[Aft Magnolia Rightas,t1oatsh
LtA a Mte furthbwr out a Mg-
aita Rights. $110 eaeb.
1o Lota Ae GoveerO Mau ma-
mediately wot of LoOs Grove. P
M tlo in4
IM em, aboat4 mie from the eity,
ae Themeevile road. etP land. Prie
PI.US power .

No. 7 P.

h pd sera C. Pr 5*f
M 4 abs sh offe t aell hep.
PleM aw .150.
No. 9 F.
N8m 4 miles from city e iseo.
emblu Ner= all eultivated. Reawt
*e sem withboest teasat. A fsM
hti. PH"e $1,150.
No. 10 F.
40 Mis, oe St. Aemd8M rwodeA
n skout. no buiMiFif. 11 ad. weU
sete*d. If quickW wMl for 4M.
No. 11 P.
91 Sr oa the t Quey r about I
mie from the city. AU right fer the
-*. 800.
No. 12 F.
-rmi. The prmiest pae Mar
S 'On Bel A.- rood, ir .L
hill and grd view. Paty
4 be spring, a ltral ad e.
Some6 d Worath mri
Man b aiked. 8 room hos, barn, te.
Prie ,000.

Ssm em Lake Jacksm road, eelme
o em~t m Good ad. Peawm sad
rL Im water. 7 rumee hom.
auI Itlees. Very cheap at pries
No. 16 P.
i0 aeme, a mlesM tem Wade, em ne
L L Onsd ahitheirhod.
Platly Of numLua water. 0mM .
der eotlvati. 140 m timber I-le
trom sood ebmleL OoId emm hous.
ThIs vMyaema at th plte, $1.1
per as. Twmsm: i esb balace 1 oad
Syear, or disoa t for all ea.
No. 17 ir.
S0 acres maet BIak Creek, Lee
oeaty. Good farm and a osfertale
*m m* d oat-tildt.l. lamm wo ll
tsmd. Ptr m with mMlf water ,
aeve fat f. la aeros elared. Very
ftsm Umbr oak. MTcwry. e.
aer forwlofpM ItfQt and aot
oe Ofa amf pall Bp Ohoml very
year. Chap at $11 pe ace.

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is the Ogest COMin.


Hamilton Tension Spring

Shears Free to True Demo-

crat Subscribers.

The Greatest Premium the Aga

The Tosti Springa attehmmt doe away with M I -W--'
hfr tirely md smbles thM e rtowt thdteal oso N
rivet that say kid of material may te out wh putt
emp, witshOt frh the b Wead. The o asle Spri w ua a
all wer the rivet,s mktag the MUBARS riMr
DftTRUCTIBLE. A simple ture t te M ttle
ls inIa the engraving, tightem up tMblAMaes us 'a
may be desired. Any worm. we oob had the eMaut.
tporleawe of trytlago le mae dll pM, ose eami
appreciate pw vale tof thM ew lavniUMo WRICK
cutting e idui. No matter bow masy p ale M 1 f me W
sdsors you may have around thm huse. yes seM d thh1 '
with thU Tosles Spring. &d wto. yes get sad wI t af
you will e it la iprefwMs to my other em Whe
Thee SHEARS ae pwfeertly islhd and heaSWp adsht
plated eight Inshes in t legth
We Q0r01t0
th .alftty of the m aterial Mad w*sMMinMp la tnp b
SHMAR to e e role, tihat Tm".Ma pI i A
te Omed f vsNUeesWg d u"1ermers OW mO

Hew to Got the .Sers. .
wi sot this Molink sad malla a e M" o "
pI True Dme sot Aslote a.d ad u1oh H1t
be mletd o YsI wAM ao df ts o

ora IIs & W us pd *l M* mr nss y..
am fr *W*yew.

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