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: August 27, 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: VID00236
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
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Sanumbeor of the State papers
stag a Democratic Convention

United State seems to have won
iyhg machine conleet at Rhelms.

Sat Waroe ha been
sd bhrist Park, in honor of Flor-
dial dto altted governor.
Aldrish is going to make a
ntOefmal speoebes In the West next
mBe.. He will sed all his eloquence.
P. eeeIla is putting down several
ifm of eresoted blocks. If our ad-
Shad bees heeded, they might have
Smorked "Made In Tallahasmme."
Ve United Statesovernmes like -
ita pail at Ml the et smeioes eof
appropria Is 100.00,0 for
omeat cf the national high-

11 a imy M anetOe sKys

a sd of Trade that was nt
M imLand the gason aroun d
ib growfg by leapsand
T e sa bt oea to bea seme ot-I

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ap hdb a tod withf
Ith aey Riesbeaes, het a
a e they wed agai st It.

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M a mn asnamsift*
a#mde ttas I asideobtell.

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VW Ma yfo, Msne Il s thISTT.
The seovern Comercial Corese is
maintatnia w aadquiiters s the atleu
at cSpitsal pfardtO ihd eatruetiea f a
magniltent permanent home. Tho 14
Statas.or which the Coeee Is weeork
hnl contain a total of 12,0$.1 0 acres.
Aeording to statiates compiled by 0.
Grosvenor Dweo, seAetry of the e*a.
gree, not more than XM par scot f th
worksale are of the Sfoth is under
euJivatmo, "thofth it aguruMlteral
possibilitise are saiply eMrmous."
"Tho more we etedy theo eommevel
poselbilNtes o the Ith," aMid Mr.
Daw#, "the mere stnfsgly awo we 11
pra-se oTey arn megmicnti. On
of oar immediate alm b Ito et the
yO i a me of the Soth to reoase at
least a measure of hoese poasmbiitle
and embrace the marvelous opportnit-
ties tieat literally surround them. There
may be id to be a asel0th interest la
our work In thi respect. If so, how-
ever, it Is a perteetly proper one. The
commercial opportunities of the South
are calling to the youna men of the
South. Unloes they bear the call and
it themselves in every respect to em-
brace them profitably, some other young
men will.
"Too million horse power nl the Ap
palaehisa watershed. In time the mills
and manufetorles will be opperated by
electrical powbr transmitted from the
wonderful resource at least 50 miles to
the east nd the west. So far most of
this resource Is being permitted to
waste Itself. 'he most wonderful part
about it Is that oven with extensive use
the aoures of power will continue for.
over, renewed by every rainfall. Un-
less our young men harneas this resource
others will do so. Capital all over the
world a looking for profitable invest-
"With all this power within easy
reach, It must bo said that little Rhode
Island has more manufacturing activi.
ty than any Southern State except Mis-
souri, which, of course, ls entirely be.
yond reach of the Appalachian range.
Pesamylvants, which is a cmparatively
small tato in area, bhaa 28,000000 more
In masafaetuMalg capital than the en.
tire Sooth. In view of these feets only
ane eolsioal a hbedrawa. Tihe outh
Is destined to be tho gratest manmfae-
tarla and agricultural portion of the
eaotry. The past years have mark.
ad grA forward w-A h bet the re.
Gotress of the So. V barely beeo
merstehed as th Nesrfas. Itreal d
vyelpmet lies In the future."
And it ito&areOse thoeyMeamenof
Tallahassee to a paper appreel
tUMr OppertoltUe that The Ima Doe-
serst Is noataully printing sch e
**rps a the abe ve
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that the at ef the a imSi
demand to atheen to

Mr. Oriu -I n Taislhaasr e t.

g them of 1 d6termaatlea h

th0* e1006 ths Mr. Origg toa
ery P-Ws o1 was demoanmaed o
the 36 p"Nolrb ha earrynag f"e c
the eaat"as in th Disatrict and mestg
several other by a very aarrow n w
i. He asto to The True Dmerat
that b wulI es a formal amuns-
met withlb the M t feow msth, da&.
Aiin his IVeltdes.
It is hardly probably that there wil
be any other setaise bese dHoe. Dan.
netted 8. Mars, the prevent ineaboat,
ud Mr. Grigg. Those are among the
very strongest me in the District in-
telloectually sad politically, and the hat-
tleo eortan to be a very hotly seo
t sted o nm.

Com to thik of it, J. C. Leaning, of
Leedabrg, and Z. Jones, of Lake.
land, would make mighty good railroad
commisalsosn.-Lake City Index.
The Lakeo City Index says J. C. Lam-
Ing and 2. Jemes would make good
railroad *omanlmloneus. We earnet
speak for Mr. Joaes, not knowing him,
but Mr. Losua would be a good man
for the oibee without a doubt. Leot him
bave theoplae of Mr. Burr, and give
Newton BUteh another term.-Oeala
The editors of the Index and Banner
know a good am when they see him,
and know lust Whore to put him. There
ar few. If say, men 'in the State who
would make a better railroad eommis-
slor than Mr. Luning. He is a clear.
headed, honest, fair man. If he were
made railroad eommisokmor all classes
of people would get Justice. The Index
sad Banner have found the right man.
-Leeombrg Commercial.
Mr. Losing la at present anof eciset
clerk n the esee of the Coemadm er
of Agrialtaro eLls, aid hab made
amay friends throughout the State.
Tim I 000 res of land v1 miloe
sMot of Tallahases wMhi have bees
Mld to eastern eaphalhlt ad wil be
pat Oe the market I tee t ef X to l0
aresa each will be the seased attract
lwg to Lea county a very hme asea
sae to its populated. Th sew ease
wil be of the moseadedm oea at, hard.
waking and intoeleat hana With
a few me oft sah eleams the futare
ti LAeot moaty eaIs o wealthiest
ad meet Iamprtan is he State will be
bright ladeed. JaEaesale Timesa.

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MB. eame to Northpoert alone and us
anioanced, am entire stranger to every.
body. bhe boarded at Mrs. Polk's. and
It was thought that when tall camo sbe
would go away, as did the few other
eity dwellers who were able to get
summer aceommodatlons to theo eo
arvative old town. But when fall
came abs bought a pretty cottage on a
quit tree
Tbh fet thing Mrs. Wrest did after
going Into the booe was to hire Cor.
eU1a Bang, partly as a servant, partly
as companion. Cornella was a peculIar
old soal, but respectable and a good
worker, and the poultioe Mrs. Wrest
offered must have bee a real godand.
Of course all the ladles In the neiWg
borbood went to eall upo the new
raeldt. hb received them Iraciouly
d srved them with tea and cakes
made ia O1s eWi' bast stylat But aha
toldM tbhe nothia that they had ome
to bar, and tbhe went away wttb their
urklty evspltdy aMed. Who was
Mn Wreat? WM mo bad s ecomae
Was e widow or divoreeoa They
were at liberty to conjectre what they
ebo, but they could and out nothing
Comelth Bag Sa ta% gproewabtfly
close mouthd, was a "tapanetrable a
her mtraa. Shew dMant know. That
was the answer ash ae to an
It was ovldt that M Wrest
msat to Iv very qu otly ad earmd
vwy ittue fr misoi deago. Meet e
bw twee eBA aimal ts nrea e at
pli mes bw vshe r or Mde t e
khndames dr ti % e add mead-.
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hard 11 4Wa b I" -X oerl so Ias
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Imetadd baelm ratoeul to Ms.
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Musmrie wearn w egryM
It WasW met w bane s -eesy a wae.
wo wia Mwm. Bewlafd tvite MaM
WeMLt. B was at berty aew to reae
end play thae io e s apeh a she
ehasO and to aew r an the poor that
semmd sew garmeat a because she
bad refatad Peter Meredith, whoam m
bedt W rd her to have.
Why he a Io dof eme Tbey, e oo
be oldy eMea eso. ShW had as b*uI&
sees to marry ae had a usbaad
Ulvag ftre whom she bead so divorel
ThOsh Mr. Wrest was apparently
cenpaloin e the inereasing feet"0g
agaist bar, sha made BO s Sl& he
still attended ebue reg alarly, wear-
Iag black and alttmag alone la her paw.
appareuty aceasselous of au who
were so lercely coaelous of her. Mbh
was sitttag thus one morning perfectly
stil. with her small bands folded ad
her face lftted to the mlaister.
The chbarc was usually well INI
aad Mr. Wrest' pow was thet am
oae where these wor vacant sittleB
The Nshers undestood that whee there
caeAd to be room eleowbere strase
might bhsow to places beiehem
ad so now, wham a man entered the
vestlb very late, he was takes at
oace to Mrs. Wrest' pew.
He wa a tall m with a potd
blood heard oand hair Just dal-* 4
ly -ay, d _,s --shee dMnag m "a
handome M -..Wrme saved a HI M.
mad Nfted her eyaM Thea her f
weat addoely wtaada heewsn
forward is a dead tMat.
The stranger lifted her p ad with
ot oettlg amy ose'a iterfereomes ba "'
ber Into the vesteUle. Mr. Howlad '
aad a few others rom nnltastlay am
feewe4d after the twain.
ThtbIs my wie,*" the stranmer
plalaed trsely. "Is there anything
you eas do for her?"
She epeomd hear eyes and slab
straglht efto these of her b sta ,
whe was h eld her a t"f hbo W"-
nave let p aga, n
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D mwr. Miss .N.foe a of Come Fl. d AC isatdei om ra- .
Pfow, Nn. 257. .has .ee the I.J of Mus. --faboine tow a.
SeppMerMgs srip,. W. V. aotMs a Cuk*o of weeksJ. leg il s o y Io
The weather is ow delightta Fu ew f sI-. Pom1 9No. 0, -a r* e
lst oting at PAe ... Uy Hmai, the poplar you elerk MsM. Tl WhbtS dLh h
D.Bradford has retained from a on the TaJehas'- Dru Stor vestS to jLr himm tgl eof _-,
=fnu trip to St. Term. down to PMA.eI Monday, to spend his AM1 knb0 1 Alie m oO d
-A ul tpe, party ofyoung p ie. ovaatlom." y' S
l as Bradford Tiway a t If you an in ned off rst-clas c iawr uand children's drI. MIZELL LIVE STO
MN I May Whitfeld has gon to New rlag or sin painting, you ca asre Good m we low price. Cll s r AL
Haves, Coon., to re1a2 several wLks. the service of an expert by telephoning address W R. E. Le, 778 eath Me. TrAAK
Mrs. Arvab Hopkine and family left 107 at Adkison's shop. -2t o me st ret. -t
lit Tuesday for t. Teresa. Miss Irah E. Applbard of Lake Capt. DavM Ellis in padlang his v.
or 4 doses "'0" will care say ease City, spent the weei wat hebr faith Pa ac s. VM.o Johmn .B .. S to tso
el Chll srand Fever. Price 26e. 7.1it or Thom s J. Apployard. In Tal- lghtwat.sban of Florka's p1t IsULM l, R
M r. Ja..c s h ..a-s,.-rt r e from a L. s f Mt b Nt h ye-r, but is -----eA l t n -3
M aoviai t toJaks retrviI frOrder your suit from Chittenden A stive W.d well ale to enjoy the TS M o m am'-
prCivisit -konvio. It wIl be mdoe by d. V. Price A M of tem coast. s sn ItO
Mr. and n. Randlh E', of Co the world's larget tailors and Dr. Anmet g. the Eye and Nerve 4 1filmns WAd amrWnss
Ueello, are guests o theI style and Aft will be guaranteed. 24 Speeal4t, will make his r prula' pro- alv.rsty ug
Dr. A. N. Tully, of Jacksonville, is a Miss Blons Cata, who is visiting fe.i.a.lvisstto Tallaha. emb. r S AS --
Sst the Lon. relatives in North Carolina had a finger Sth. 0.e at Hotel Leon. All eye 1 70lMl Tr
FPorida's seal In silver and enamel, at badly mashed in a cider mill a few days trob,* headache and ervooes
IP. T. Nicholeon, the Jeweler. 28 sinee. or1mo. -tf V iA Inlamy
P. Williams and wife of Carra. A young man who assisted in eonduct- Wate 50,000 acres of taral I
be&l, speot Sunday at the Lomn. Ing a moving picture show here this lad, either virgin timber, trpntine ft le
H. M. Taylor, of El Pa. Texas, is summer, attempted iclde in Oealas Or Mt ever. Would also exchange tim. UUmppm d aini dma l
visiti relatives in th city. few days ago. barad turpentine right W yare a.
Joh oll. of Apalachicolawas the bould you fall to -w the hoe you 600aim for .the foo ,imps m title on mMI
g *est lat week of friends in allaba- want in thM cor.r window of Chitt n aS edss ed Alo lart m
Is. den A Co., ust"stop Inside of the tor -'. W rton, Tampa, Te.
M r.. .UC _Jam es.has.been..alled to a y w lin it.,24. y u e;. o sW. tarlt e ... m.
po count of the dangerous ill. Mrs. H. T.ielkel has returned f omIf .Y TO h ,Be fno easITT. FLORIDA,
e of hibb father. a visit to Thomasvlle, acompanied bo s s to-Sold w,, ,
Jdge Paul Carter, of Ma iaa was neto ninae Ruth Harla, ou Var- be oO. eVVe"y-fven dollarsn gol w- ill thWIfM, ,bwp
= t! a lfew days this we on dt,,w. o will likely spend t4 winter o uthI w h bead sdo An I allp trted of the "tow Deal sos
inor tuit. parties-prtd AStt
inathe.,". la.m- T rueDemocrat of h-August 2. f rF Yu Yn A
United States Att ,sy Fred Cubber. O ly~0 e eI sUth whel on Samplesople. sent free to any Ton- e o. e .S. tb
has been a guest of a ardrobtrunk, ask Chite- reoqoesL A.,eum oL a.
SM ,., e. Se _the Ccr., W w. The hbartin of the Railroad Commis a In Arts ad Seien ; Agriculture;
f Ahoes, at'.,w Miss wBa.siah Laslie of Ata-le *serw vs.B she L. A. N. Railroad for a Chemical, Civil, Electries and Me I
Sa gistmwed at' th Ul a.12sulsaalStosovf aatarS5d a reduction of the pasmanger rate from 4 sehauical Enginoeeuriang; Law; Normal 1
b, is ex, -attrarrive at orM2,,- to, cents, after a session of sveal School; Graduate 8hooL }
SV. Ke at is taking a few Floleh aasi g days in Peasacola, ha adjourned to .met Expeass Exedingly Low. For NoN
asvtlss i them Northwet, vWis- -inThee e .n G. ain Tallahassee on ae* rst day of l ~agalue write to Fo
W i n a week ju ifi r the Coast excursions, at t insa of t ral Li A
W. O will ftv In ath wemk &,asan at Chittnden a &A.r o t
r fa buo ns _.m trip to E.g at Cs A Quite a number of timber dealers
Sr S.aId GwMenay. from Georgia mot In Tallahassee this
D. CMhttdeno is expected to HoTat, of Tr. lA Swek for confere e. T y H.J.
within a few lays ro who Is visiting the family of r. J.aM. WUliams. Cod&e*. ILC.a r es ud
t toNewYorkve, w so fortunate s to t P. L. Bagmus Qitman; John antll
hisono broken by a tossed ball, Totes -oa; L. A. 1o Amiericus; saf
*d aO o Wnd 'mle rooms near to d-ay afternoon. ..... ,.it S ...
ar. orfdtoow Wanted, at once, position by a first. Mr J. G. Hatcher. of Taylorville, S--I
Ma.. -a e salesman in grocery oreneal Lae county, was i the city yesterday
Mm and Master Fred. muerchadls.i store. AddressHustler, and sPvtru4 before the R-iload Coin-
r" are..spending this week at care this ofes. 27*11 mission in boba If of better depot facliS-
.e .a Mrs Q n n-- ^. Mrsa.L. Heimburget will returnTue a T-eti for his p ao. He presented much
ibta4Mr.GecW0,rs.enhow left .after enJoYing an extended trip a flht', arry of saumest that the Corn-
T orAtha forn -bNrh-NewYorkC ty, Nowbergla sad milto., will Ikoely graat his request U 0hur aa ,WWI
M e Oterpoints.Judge ,T. Bler. orrof Thllaha- M ph an
ain a Lfe has returned Fail languld, weak, run-down t Head. seesm t sow -4aonesopsse TSo??'
aA fulvistu to Miss Bly Pick.- ae? Stomach O1? Just a plain caose his 8Wih birt da. The J To iog1 0 =TrlMo et *uy& lmls.
*a*G of lag liver. Budeek BlOd Bitters appreciated hA kidly &e 1aovra Ma
1A hS*?eshp .W. P. Smith, pro. tonms ee ad atameh, proamotaes dl. maIe of the iwlvemary by his mBay Uy
C.B A t,, asitant, getio,. purimiehe b Mld. -tm friendL, and e iaoped ingthe foeat"al Wc. M
1p1 .apa a lve7s5 Mrs. ldagmdaO aId daughter,. Aure of attetles thatdY froa hits C
Upm PW s e of Mrs. Mim Jee, are nm r Wamel feamly.
,-aftf .e-oatandsa te bea-etirl aw0r Mwisses Mars and iA u
M aatata ,the y wi mmale m ao i ad Joikson, two popular foe of
baed a" wooi a near to We a I make eotla"tI WOusB elss tM r the *r .
1pa10"Swt w, far afi a a l sWgod depafrtmS 1P. W. Wailea Aa
S Brad-%ord. as y a re A ta~ ag tM- Alabama Brenau

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T TAT of plague that theM pmeA.
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MEId& td fr Les Cefta.-'. Chwn- ^ TSSi S thl; fb ruSl a bea arutage of deelopmntt nth Ps.
tt e e-li-athe*ti otl o. *abtl f t. l T. U. ; r. T. D. Crothm, of Ha wt- tlc e.hat and tela the new va1s-

5 i. iAf.mtdow .... ,M._a UMM Unitod States Navy,.d JmdaWlliam Th modern t plum po a rreat Improvte
iwIirt :i *-,.-- g'-^ '- .. 5S I3rOI .?- -----"-AS---- JeTffism U ila of St. Loau, Mo. meat over the old fablHind frlut f
usuin"te wet uw-. '"PE re "h" fre- wt em- at to Dr. i st anbd r1. reeently bpnmaght tohp ic a-
lI r of woo. TheIr Ameerisann, tic. by American grower. bld faeir
n~iiiss N dJ l Thg SodBrn plum is great lapri A on
.BI' ..f.Seetfrt i1 mas wo I e se T. bet of others from th Umitod States most Ipr'omistal of these Is the Wa
M NiIrhiiMt --S,-uShf tW teo % ......... ............ 7 1" whowoereprs ttheCongres. plum whebh hu atood toho tft nf
-_A lperseas who ve nmew -- m ei w*I'* o. *"." .rr a t P11AC or MstI Os. earkiably well and IS ea wsy weelt
S.,,No gVaL, M -d, m ...... ....n -........... ton Town Hall and the Im ial .
reO o o a o ahoieal- ih .ns e, Wert o mmIe i Institute, with t.e eoxo..on
he and Beal of tho ahd and der iumg se then SaI.3 gSrand donstration, which was held In Tosminis mIV -y
heZsad we h erebyvl *S' hYa" a" seal 41 em t- h b Olin U" wti lsd o Ha.

..thikW lrA S W C.f Is eltr Cost.. M.s. ao mi10 r4Je sly eeet any a. d The reception by His. Ma jst Go,.v. M
Is w w *tI.destr uct ivefto ti e m t wu d i t a of t
_the Impl _byr__t__o a __ .so .fery uill a botse lowM iwith r
n of rZIrtinet v uon. More tha two thousnod wathretbayd*twety*urbowueuso
FX M WMale. IM i willd be to guests had bern invited sad tho major- dpt
assesusoad residumou of ojos u t 4e1 tr he Mwf 41 w ths 1wnti~nmt. *< [ty were present. The guests were ro- umenteorssttiag,
t as folois to-wit: Sm ah* ther astaT.., A U ..* clved Inthe Satrel hail and necelleit .i striagy or iai p
1Jelm PvrkiJ. InE fLk t ac 'a sca. muste we. rederl by Liutendant r S ofthW
w. w ad t ** aS M> ibeW 41 n i rfA *****o<..*r James Forrest's two bans the one la idlestLA a*. us
i 01 1i- k 0 N" of A I 6at f w -, the Canadian Gallery and tie other t r l-r healthy coade.
r.Notes on AppiSuSatio. for 2a DdSoest The latter don andle
11111111k, 0 P TWW 4J In ta i with S eemsg Um Malidl, AL Atm oxezo?sl eOutofuL Alelod sroWJVtiR^ ya; o the -
bqUmIANd by 60 INadndt1 a* 57L owd 57.lt1 BMWet-ts.of `6ts it was with treesashrubs cd c quent der S" tW
W ) D"idsdeelm .- Stt of T ;uD,.f L.. pstRda,*thnwrh-b
o ) DieectVrIaR s a t d bw eleictriel dts twinkled sad th ei motn mthit telly
ether oBoes as the erpo- so sw. the .t L1 Ii S" (ave a fairy lke to the mseo. the kidneys sad ore oft ot o5
,th %e.M ..tion aMi A-t a At t- mt wro HD. .. H1nt a ,b. the tMefw Do.
I. es Med aAND=& O ,T'1i Crown Prio f 8wede, who so rtt- There i eomfort on the r kno*.I
Sii of eah s AMl, o a :ISM.USoe dTrf ..w Iy aided the Conress at Stockholm. often eupresmed, that Dr. u
Ia Ari a n for seeded: *b *l.* .a .S Anoher rweeption was rveby rthe SwampRoot, te Ugret bidey ar
S by tGhe %ib= f the s 5I SS-" Brkiat shW committee at lien ly-on Thame, fulill m almost every wish ila eong i
Wa a_ ; fM esseate8 s5ebT5e. tedofO&Mr fremlMitd. and a farewell djuaer. rheum*lsm, pa is to f bek bat ek
The names of Uthe ofller s a ihair:; e WI w.y in themuon se t s The o ldO tf the Congress were do livwrbladderaodttat
aq5 all the a .irs "of ne de'.. S.atr d ..mat ts s, lightfull entertained on Frida after. p-.C tor
I m WuI elM f- o* om ,de'--" aoon... OO at B hte Hail. At thi aith- nd acaldind. pa rn Iiafsn it, or bad
.slse ve dt Csqfte I sa s p CU( yHW. venno fohe Rothehilds) Srevded. The eerd hndeotercoame theto
ato a lw. i n. ..... ...... o o An4 is-H. or. Tth ..I I.e7t w m ived by Mr.l H. H. ceity i env oyMd to -

A--AWL & ls AB74aeInd6 .75of G. .l Satut.f. *r 1the Otf pland serm mb o od iint R th ie .'"the i a
dIe I &a atWashstt air., a? M rsU.jInueitt, Preie wnh tt hdathe xtepio of te 8,mhe

So ..- ,,0-0 faar-gs. i. e ati wlmWas theepremse ntt ofm e trinuh Dr. O W
ti il-lb" sl Wit= s ow ande" wr itel nM er ante al bouquetof lth Iprsol o. Root. afd V d e au6ia ls

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ties sad relef, Caoedar beatw
"Dorothy, my dear. permit
m t !eltredwe an old friend. Mr
Inwouq .Irkwood. tbi is m y
& 'i3ma Oalendar." acknowledged Kirk.

Th2e U i bowed, her eyes steady upos
M ews. "Mr. Kirkwood to very
tWh," she sad gravely.
* *That's righttr' Caledar esclalmed
bMtdly. "He's promised to see you
beam. Now, both of you will pardon
uy rmoing away, I know."
Olea," asseanted Kirkwood agreeably
The elder man turned and hbrried
toward the main entrance.
KIrkwood took the chair be had vs.
ettad. To blh disgust, he food him.
self temporarily dumb. No licker of
thought Illuminated the darkness of
bhib rnafuaion. flow was be to open
a diverting conversation with a young

Pesmit me Is itreduses as fold esu'*
woman whom b d a ader sm
pies so eatraordlaary Any attempt
to glowe the altuatlon. he felt, would
be futill And somebow be did int
a e to reader bmself ridiculous In
her eye, little as b knew bar.
Is. ay dumb, he st watchibtng r,
=mMlng fatuoly. untiU It was bore to
M him that hb was startag like a boor
* ad rilsg Me an Idiot. Coa.
YIbed. a blusbd for himself. moea
t lag which ser vd to make hm mlore
tog e see t hein ever.
As fe hig ti Utary pUtege, shabe
1 ashited su sweet uhm"eeare that
he aght MhaWel woderMitg sh w
Mg apprei ed** *mhe s-rsmw of
bta paenraW prateemet-If. for that
wtoer. its true saftre wewe kews to
S hew at all ('aienldar. beltaleed. was
btMe of provarsrati L, poite and
teeli Bd be NMed teo b ldequ wr
w I Kirkwedt To iWth pesmbly, to
s forWm aloeo seo improbalty
Itt the sdvIentrer ad told ibA the
4 M Nte tMrath KIrwead was qute
11meIed, bet be mew bea to bm
M the gt had "Me" put o
S ille ,,sma Artl, s asti. e. Her
I/',' ui e p^b* a see equi t -
Se!11ty t1h1 a" rtcO n ftrol wie* W

"w eehrw mel semed avr
as was me kan ea w iy pst M

OIIfte ptbft som bvesm
^gj -Eft- "t^i I@^^ Wr"W- -
^^K'i~deiP"T 601TW bb

wr InAls


eep o. e -er w- f abi. i

don't olin dollna yes my ows m ea om p r. wmpMFm'ow o
iS ready Plhp KIrkweod."- be" w. to ran a a 1Mma 1
"And yeo an as old friend of mfy o taeby passed eat e1 the s1ght
fatbrh? he aT td t giril
Ie opemd hbi IE%, but only go dese pesBo a perma seNt awagt oatlesi
the wit0 ht speaing. Th S girl aM iM O waited patletly, Ado
moved bar shoulders with a svera of dw, est, beedloess f the attends
distdal.- aLtteatLd from wayfarea
"1 kMew it waesit o." A as drw o at the Meek. The
"Tou. kow it would bo herd for a poet etapped ano ar*e of wialaear
young n lilk myself to be a very ew Mi wheel to protect the g~
old frtIed," he costered lamely. ir f e a rended to the ast.
"How long, theo, bvoe yeo mow KtrkWed dropping xspes ia the
eacb other?" ... power m. prepared to teow. "ut
"Mast I sawerr" a habd pon his arm. per ptory,
"Plam." eaM He H faced shbout. fhowul
"Betweea tbhre and four howrs." to eostet a slight. atchet e a
'* thought as muchb" he stared man, somewbt under medim betigt,
est blm. troubled. Abruptly she b d. drMessd I a sck sult anad weartfg
"Plase smoke." derby well forward over bhi eyes
"Shall IT If you wish It. of course"- that wer bard and bright
Sbe repeated, "Ples." "Mr. Calendar said the mea teas.
"We were to walt ten minutes or ly. "1 presume I noda't name my
so." she continued. bainess. I'm from the Tard"-
ie produced hbs cigarette case. "My Uame is not Calendar."
"If you care to smoke It will seem The detetive smiled wearily. "Don't
ano excuse." He gllhted hbie eliett. be a fool. Calendar." e be gin. But
"And then you may talk to me," a b the portnr' band fell upon bhis abol-
concluded calmly. dew, and the giant beat low to bring
"I would gladly If I could sgem his mouth close to the other* ar
what would Interst you." Kirkwood beard distinctly his own
"Yourself. Tell me about yourself." name, followed by Caleadar's. and the
abe oomma ,ded. words: "Never fear. I'll point bin
"It would bore you." be responded ouLa
tritely. confused. "But the woman?" arnged the d4*
"No YTo interest me very much." teetive. unconvinced, taring into the
hbe made the statement quietly, coa- cab. *
temptuous of coquetry. "Am I not at lIberty to bave a lady
"Very well, then. I am Philip Ktrk. dine with me in a public restaurant?"
wood, ano Amerfss." itarposed Kirkwood without raslain
"Notblhng more? hi b ole.
"Little worth retailing." The hard eyes looked him up and
"I'm s rry." down without favor. Then: "BOeg ar-
"Why?" be demanded. piqued. doe. sir. I se my mistake." sad the
"Beesaoe you bare merely ndicatel detective brusquely.
that you are a wealthy Americas." "I a ga d you do" returned Kirk
"Why wealthy" wood grtsly. "I teany It will bear
"If not eyo would have some aim tIn Ivestlouati."
It., a calling or profteson." He mounted the step. "Impftal the
"And you think I bare oon" I water bhe told the driver, giving the
"Unless you consider It your Toca. flrst address that occurred to Ma. It
es to bea wealthy Awmeras." could M chbaagd. Per tbe moment
"1 don't Beedee, I'm Sot wealthy. the maia Ise was to get the grout
In point ot fact. I"- le pulled up of the range of the detative'sl ttaest.
abort on the vt re of declartig bim- U Hslipped lnto isplace as tahe ba
fell a pauper. "1 am a painter." som wheetd Into the turgid tide of
Her eyes ligbtened with Interest. westbound trafe.
"An artist So Calendar had escaped. after all!
"I bois so. I don't paint s g -or Morover, he had told the trth to
houses," be remarked. Kirkwood.
Amuaed. sabhe land softly. "I aum- By hibs *de thi girl moved oneaasly,
pected It." She dclamd. "Who was that m=aT" she inquired.
"Not really Kirk wood sought her eyes and found
"It was your way of looking at- them wholly tngeo ousa It seemed
things that made me gufas It-t b that Calender bed not taken her Into
painter's way. I have often uotkCd bhis coeldeme. after all. Sbe was
It." therefore I so way Implicated Ia ner
"As It mentally blooding colors all fath r'sa afatra leplcably the
the tim ?" young ma's heart felt lighter. "A
"TYs that sad-emang flaws." mistake. Tb. fellow took ms ter
"I have dimovared none." be told her some one e knew." bhe told baher ea.
Btu agaln her secret cares were The annae estNded her. SMhe
Malaise ber thoubhta, and the ay. restd qlety. wrapped up In peremal
eeo q beatlal heater dIal upon ber SuM. k ely Klrhwood wMo ,
scarlet lip as a ad ti her glance called to a of duty by a g
maged away. soun d n myto of B yd Park Ormt. Be tarIed to
dwbe of an lety, tbe girl. "I ddMt know wbalem you
Provoka. be would have cotie..d wsb*,d to ge."
the Datter. "I have ees.sed." be hsM
peguated. *,To o know everythig of th surpuke ts seenwe th a s
Sf tetl mra Hyet S Wel lled* tooas
"I a merely Dorethy Caeaeset." h 'me.
-W ons *d "9 -b.diI d tM mu i M M i eal
*"Tles morew e e inmghet. di e s X S& P n all st e
'Theo in a t pas e th a. A r eto Sa.

"I am to etest myself with the. t te. tb i d155 whas eMm
pyoung ti mal ehegms h aulera G t
Te Ber ilg tldMd mor d ht hs. he hed W red sor

md reatlemly i her har, eyes th ew P e pul e ae tmam to heim
end tips pathetic in their diethnu h to quite to f hits.
?lme, we will go new. It yes are lest tn thuu re eye a mer. Ilips
eedgy. hmabes fr nu I n .
"5 sa qtite ready. Who Caleade." tf. -mE lll Ofina lrm ek si
Me s 'A wIier hmaght the abrs eceuts reeslI IS wast un hoee to

Hs b tM S eSt. smeass i- wristp 'U *mem
-I he tla wM ta giant site a tO Us I M 5 Vlasing

lm Shim pesapi tyo e *di thaw e -- a p S inoeme Of
ba rm.**d h bas om a ofhr gra T bJ*** 1o s I
1 had gruwn a eIges sad siment tame to a Va Si e aS
dg a-

- Anhe urnd l~- hg ~ Win

ahe m "TA
w! anapiMS

aWels see* fabee se VN"
lb omme bemw l eNt te f

le-ts ahatretig thae ksptt
W ab "e L f th ompam. t

a"mt"Ay efaA mhmnet
e m mI m pmi ww

bointo adkuNome.rthead mepSSo"
Slater W "Mbe *W .

MW R hwormlsefted mt in tmh wht

sberM Inbb *wat Aite "thea noO

wee a the p edewalk her efl W
twarosa"tohMIMv. e ts wito d ite.
Waft Ii
*o havm"e beesa eMtm. se te l
bl warmly.O that p e hardly k ow
bow to thak yo, "Mr. K"ikw .
I haeo de eMo g-s-th at

o pane qutwly to th" shelter
the pinaled port He foaowed
el Ily. O the doortep she turned
Stabe 4m I
"Oo d ia *t," she mid.
"te to wadetand thalBt I'm die
misnssed, the?" be stammee reetally.
she evaded "Ms Iyea "I-thnk you.
I bave so further need"-
"Tom ars quite suoe Won't you be
livoe me at yer service"
She laiubed usasly. "I'm an right
'*1 ean so nothnlag more-woure?"
"Notbhig. But yoe-yoa make m e
amost sorry I am's Impsee tm t fr-
thbw upon your good mature."
"Please don't beitat&"
"Are't you very persstL Mr.
Kltrkwood?" Ber age ee a d I bs.
Buranlg with the, reprooe. fe relished
f- 7-.17.

*UMJ MmeAo." aeu *4n4d
them sad trmed to baer o woebsgsae
a oeteuate that she reptwed of her
averity. "DO't worry about m,
pkass. I am truly eAftr ew. Some
day I hopeto be ee to "ak you
quNately. usd saGht."
Her paen e grated the tek,
Opmin the dar dkMold a dais
wblib theb thebathd as a td u b v
w"tl the dash nid dusty odr of s
lew meM HReetat&es te
tbrhbM~. er ber b tder ha leM
aenmed kIivy aps bar oemmmsee
quie ai satppd whMnk
He Mtded Me bat matmat-rsM y The
deor eleetad wkbh s beatg -amf a
tund f sted *walte cubi wtIeMg
t. eAoam
ran weaw I tbe owe towr. Par.
I te W*. .ll
ii Lmmeste swei; awew ta

ml Aeeem -mW -a -s ba sm l
uapee. pAmled ad Amee toON ma
atmm umily br bao f O

M1re, 4 e wb nglos at

.at afIs own be1s0t. he 1l fe
lun alt In. He who hl /d k

;- -
evmen st r-ol ---I t-aeMyq

the frther aor ber mther pedsM
bof ueed ow toer t he t t yeU

brother to blacke hadows th
played hmselfae ap es asudeau

ly sees~toodaset ewr -eeas".
dhboers buNsiness ew fa=61
to tre very ftt ofply peighin

ewas not wastedsa heeEd
le turned up nroeamebe111dth*

nte of blta t otteuham N
r wtortocr corncieda whotder
de bowbod Iato the ot h |

or. The mO wh a d wliti tMvl
bre ther to black adoh o thaf
ed i the au t urwedgr es s ad

om he portic oe o rl t fhtb"h a
The hubh was mnti rdag
ses of blath shadow otehamoet wt
liet waol oelie tmpoomt th e

If it had not ben No. S-he
torwoo ro aw toed a M woll
es tarlohity sboat the oer ~
un. The mabl w wMla
tels rli.tas with naortb loatd
posahlip Noth. a wagh lagW a
as their u a s rned to bent

of the spepontb.I unl to mpt
that ame un h arm. adFollowd I

shie a vests's leht oe 6
e akase tno he Is.
solaoely Dad with furtive
Could it be No. 9 late w b"
tad pas to old? Thim .Amle
but a trodlr tempo ateb ..
It It bad not ben No. *-le i,

uata The Improbable
why taprobablets that the I
rends annoyed d blr mIt6 1i1
Apprrrblug No. 0 with a Co106
be meoatectund a demlr to
retlTamle a l c ofwr teo ble atl
e spied aupot by O I-endupwri"
Case undpr arm. bands
shield a -oat'a tea. he he

rwy mbf pore, t o port Im
lyed ea nes to tn htead most
wmy. aut OMf a e d oldrry
wlH ta t beold him We tl
eld mrta Iy to Meortb Md e o eov
bW tHoeht to drop t he m st
The door of Xa l stood *Jst, j

Ing mremint I*dmWsed d t jt.i
4-4tule. Mor* dist lrtly ob
oW j**tir -*c. *cro**. 0..
metaltle o iek of aa Istch.

now, s prm w or pers'-*
why? swy btt theamctes
satwt i to h or n theo i

ge ie nd hed Mrt talt .lH
sees of wtair. aew? 4 Ge
wM Mi m teP *fs

bed dehetOe

do a
so -- heiAm

Be Odse agaInu

a w a swo aot adiytet
,Ms iIsad ithou a ltt rt Ing uFd hat

IV*M' *N tte Kftiood& had@ epted to
the knoceOs tnepas soe ans
6L' I li whoee toatu bgt
ft O met -e. wahgh theredwas ao.

own W hat it M W eu
e- S .t t do hold. Its elfrhadker
W a OlW watckani thd man was
I,..e1 dleraa smaletd b to -t Idle
iRti am l Kirftwood out and yet.
Spe---at teo N--door. determlaed to igat
ead wthat attraettag andee at-
%'W-ttIe Kirkwood bad expected to
Sar t kaoekwr's thuIder as soon wa
Sbel faad to give tongue. but It
Ssed nWt tmad. althboeh there was a
SImeat. irkwned him Mlf had ren
alrd that atiquated and ruesty b it
-o m tro cearai satxzed to the mMdl
; p e a et door. And It made him
f anp that se byithtg srreptiltonk
Lawless was I preoem witbhi
tie wals; that theu eeasdrate with-
hting. t Is to provot a stren .
i ho a natno e a to ro tbo oe
"It Ia Iateraetial analysts of thbil
Ophkae of the proee*dins was samamn.
'ty abrupted by that iMedtkra alarm
] a trkce tih beeow was Ulld with
S b, the t rasb and clamor of the
khe er. and Kirkwood stood fully
I yards away. his heart hammaritg
wg ly, hits tervi a-Jfgle, mlucb as ff
Stb nwouvndl blMows had landed upon
M h ow person rather than on stout
e* pisakie .
r hb be had tie to wooder the ruck
sI seid. mad ffm the street ltored
K es Ia iterll tion. Listeala. Kirk.
's pulses qalekteuo and be laugh
ueartalaly for pre relief. retr-at
to the door and putting an tar to a
S 'he accepts of one speaker were
g lh Mis hi arlng trn. crisp. quick
;W fib the spirit of authority whihrb al-
gMtee that amst austere and digniled
Sm of thea law to be encountered the
werid over. a London bobby.
O. "Now, thes, my maa. what do you
want there Come, now: speak up
C step out Into the llght whbmr I cas
TI Tbe rMpouaSe came I the aallIng
mi of the Loodon ar'er-do.welL the
seApieloable rogue wbaee rhief cc
asems to be to marehb h the
of th umemployd on the oeea.
at Its anual demoeMusttons.
-' sm aloum. martebhr? Ab'm do-
be o 'arm. odeew."
4 t't you eaber ame? Step out here
/A&h.that' better. No harm. ehb Per
r Ag you'll explain bow thSr's so
brm brokilI' lnto aunoecuped 'ouset?
S srblimy, 'ow was I to knowI
S v a tog 'nds pm w lxpece -fAr
tAsWlm* ab deer ltdye. an'. mass.
-001es.. 'a ags * got a -ersot
,W- y doocher work amse
w eIn IT r se 1. gro 'u I beot of
S ab these ai meuths. loekis' tfr
Se ry dye ** caru't oad It.'

de le ew. T-e barrow a
sad paper aId writelI down
sle read t wham tly eot apr.
I naw r head tim he l ma.

wasem s mesme e p

-t t dhebmml sadF eam.

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'-wf Ms-. Mrth tr ha swBat T mi tMrW
wnhdims a g b beath hbaveimae soe
Wh iee aa a s mer
emu pemmtWted the murk sha eaid
do.her had r ed n to bie bralu. e Wad ,M
Awl steed and stepped fumard. eatcM hi
biNdt y at the dk arkness with@" a

Sbud '*'Ubeha aeI ndar. I 1-h ilip r
Ai 11m 1 w th a1 wma1 a1 p*9c tln M he l mw iThe w as but wheen m of another
t d traggig Kib alter them th the Brat. Tivud w igere
S t Me Mt t en mll wtt im brW heted s ad thand, war nP *.
Sf t m a tot the. b o offi elme. od e his mwt itot Ftmar
SW* $t1Net arb sat, buteg *-at t relief ad gratitude. .
iH tu k t trtkt~eenedb0 tt f h KMb ot "O I s olt e oam r dt Mo itwas Der
ai Wa Wa o wq t aT ( etee5 t Iteond m itke
a &A M*. he got 1 b11 *11-l 1*imt knew what t-to thibk
ktad bount dle -1 rthae alitng oteow Woen th iht strck your fa e I was
h bt I %was MIt tw eM ot ,reL. II l yIure t oItt was ee. but when I ealBed

1* te ok ttoe lt o the .ars g w ost M Emin eIrf thepabn .B| shewevd I te la v** ro s wera --
ed WM &n they ro- Mt oWIn het sha,, t hU l be abrewdly oe I n t ieke .yeo' at all Tell'i." v rh
Mois.taf. b r a u gtt e a o to m toh t t Maint bad "t o pleaded, wi h palpable tlr to steady
a* bt hasi es, as nmbael ta stand. L ft -r I s lg Apt. tin point l tw hrett "what ha hap14 Muvdr"
a dmb M ileek Sated high the mea, l el t hem e an phaI p "o m id K u Irkweo
etAs 1 t-I d re t Wh 0.w heat as att their Ame.e u mm h lyat ailMt trdobled by his ranett
ha E esis owa rm fbt -4 l opwlus1-perps fto nas do that
Shm et t Uto thren ghed tha dme A oy et "he had f4l1ed id m better spam LO66
t advetIl MII amwetrea, lMmot wins e ad Wks, u I pall street. "Oh r sad the voke. gulInty. ea
a t herM eme il KIrbeathw the o p I mm Mor Ie seld tht o tertif slasll tir h', t his and were. ir-.
at a l0dtL et a mese rusUed tt toh m thnlesI r it. bneathb him thea f i.thdawt. *I was so frotnd" m
walassoettg or basath t ee mWto ffIi by powaed of I' o gae after a little panse. "ne
a bmtathto Mair std d ai iag e the Mon. he e nded Merinable minutes frtlg d that I hardly undertan d
dom. tf t ebmbinwb o merev. In a titles ds B tB t !Mnd tyoul"-
Ad yet a lweasa o racket had before i he thought of bi i matcbbo. I wearti about you" be replied to
Mea raised at the fet det r within itrmediately he found it and struck a a te abaf apologetic. "Somebow
the asty wde past. Aid yet with. ,ht. As the woed caught n d the it die't eo w rig t. it was s' .e
is twenty uagtes two perseams at :.r ht smaon bame empd lIn the peat my b- let of 8 re. but I eldant
least ad preed lr tiwoe twdate thoe *i ti asset B ward ovr the body. hetlp cming ba hak This fl ew. who.
building. HM d they set h eer? The r.ithlemly dreadig what be must e h b *-d t 'worry. he 's ae
speulatimn abemed rldi alous Or hald ,1 iwCver I.eketi-oupp r to h b eIn la
they heard eant alarmed, Woee too t- The ma lay qulet. beaid upon tm saner th ateml to me hAo Ia
teitM bel theblo d b i the cols of their tlor. lW g and M pe e the stai O I a.Idly rnw why I followed, eaoept
aefarious dealgas to dae reveal them. rm. had Mis ever hib face, IdIn g that be left the door am opeInvItar-
aeves, to aestigate the Ocase If that the upper halt* The hand leamsd Ikfn to iter fetre ce.
unMsS O m t r whe t ywite 'ad deltaate as a woman's. kItb "I ao'm t n thankful enough." she
perhaps. aware of KlWrwtood'r e *l'- wasr asmth and round. his lips l tl lm warmly, "bat you did later-
traw se hand oing o Ida It se dark thui n o pe lat. Beneath his top. Tou have Indeed ared me
ryer to ambush lh as ih p rase bed? oat entalt odrmf uloted a abort ad r" ed h
Trve, that was barely lo e the girt.o lender agar. o nstb a whatev er at .yar
True- the other and, It t was POm Oisl appearmue lested the b l 'y I do 't heow what. It I knew the
Mte that she had sto e away whit w rian the midatght marandr He -
lrkwed was haw gI 1ia radIUlUt i seeed little m than a aboy oMd o .t know bh
by the Massage to Quidrset mews nnIumb to dresh ftr dianer in his at- can't even gases. "mt tr-
Agal n. the space of tim titwees irk t ide there was something ptiftly Pe p d Inquirino Krk
woods dismi ss and his tun h ad irstive of a beoten child thrown "t pbed with t"helamp. bui I t ret of
bees ezs**diu'Iy brief. Wbhtever bar -,ja cornw. its rde handling had Impaired somew
errand. she could hardly have fulfilled neemlee ao mittie ad amazed tKirk-v il part othemca nimeb oin r whet-
it ad e aped. At that moment she d sta edi o until, without wa er-be batta the r ie tbm ot olu rwo
mhte bIn thepo w ad at the motr the match O mikr and went of t ver workout mbe was septoelit

y of him who l followed h b .Pro Jo wstralghteslg up with an aas ,ottih on f ble glow, which was n
vied be were not friendly. And its- lamati, at esee of annoyance and oi nly mneteliedeo. whirhwat an
that e as what tormet and what peril concer. be ttled the box. It made n smttered by thlo rkes
might sot be ebm nso sound-was empty. In daget be It's no e he eus
tiyr. gone wtonngit bt."Ilin t00roo
Upured by moilelude. the young man swore it was the devire own luck that tjIdvqyoua a me.t;7
put pers e ta appetasilon eIns l h be should r un ot of vesta at aW t 0 t yee last befor I old
at and forgot tem, o aut aonly a wakSng rt l. e mid not ees m I
bi way through the gloom to Theoot w er the fo llowws es I I oer tesea dlru e.
of the s win, e owlyhe hepma to a* alounwor sdmply shammn.1 b had @e *- r eyo ua mylnotion whath e neer
eodo, a hand t1Mowftl thebatIustriN littlee ideaof thi lks. and to beae *hMlr ,y Iu say s ol what be IOo e
the ether with his cast expleris the to IdetIty m ht ae W o ha deal at ly e.
obesurity before hM. Od the steps a troubi at some feature time sdoee ha brkwood thoughtkbriey RlRaek."
carpet th ftk s d beavy. mat hisd Kirkwood, seamed so little able toW Im reil with a ebarkle "Bv 0le t
ootftl. He moved fl wy To.essage himself from Thbe utelabs e Mir ean matesurtih "s d very allow
ward the tp ti e ct u he-at rved, and this insae adventure! And the gir- l
hpressetly a et that gropel bd becomew of her? How could n r Tbr wa uane of
hbher level failed to r fdt. n rhe oatine to n searh for her. without eund iw lderment I n tier nclao-
Nolted, hatiay dIstrstfl. I.tNtm or guide. through all those sheat ,,|. thon: Her knoiked agailat
Nothing happened. osby tha wie walls altit "a* ihln ion o t I bhebal "-- cair earre p
He went on. guided by the bealus- ?iisdtrfd bidden daugers In that bou melehiAt ll b I prha
trade. passing three door, all eope. of Nmystery? I .ine At all events. I Ward that snd
through wheb the adealned proper u e defeated i .kly briefly is ir out t Ie lIhbt. I was In th room
tUon of a drawing room and boodoir i a hov hot n the drawing roomn you se. I
wer barely suggested t a costly t was young and it was t b l stole down to this flo.r-was there. In
dusk. By ach he passed. uIstasg. 1 lbini oe corner by the stair when be
htot srbhdrw and o rait a bs o elit te
hearis tothla. I Ifrethe girl sr them to be p ird within alz l tl.h and smver
His footstruck with a deadenedthtd b utI imoth lsnr a "e o t u gt onNd IL Then. when h gotoe the
agalt the botoim stp of the secoi Nuld. moondt sumly tt hamiJ d al.zt floor, I started on. but yo u rlm
lbht. andt his poies -uttered wildly I'nthe df bte sat sh ol I I slipped Into the drawls room
for a moment Two Bliatea-three- Lr cre* ame no and. "e wet em, ao rb urd was able ,ltwnt oa. bt I are ..d onw m ,nt it
ara eave that twIce a step yielded. ,In te ble on te stas he hId 2nd tume tS hdeur toe ote r,,t ,t
mIptstahlag. to hIs weialght. lea'! bios .t bt remembere that .' iid n thelar *, qea.'
Again the raeled foot ftomad no level t's s I. t a d' **Nthin. worth mewitnsi thza b
higher than Its ftlows. He stopped rewrd this on th floor beie the oi*t tev gt a P .rety -slff Ine* k *.
anI head hi breath. epprmed by a bdn3's.body Carefully stepping eree la hin nut mo* sm.plte thirtiw.
ee.rtetls that amt o w. S ea lve his r th ,,,si y wih ti ". 0r:. '" ,
him. Coulrmattla of thie ase sta onr d sthn. knl ing. Inaed with a w, madei no m Ien I'
tUmtaly-aa earie wahiper ta tha 1-L wr to the felgw tat. *A e>fly *I. l sow, la >..p&' "
MI cose to hm tht he aeled W h Ilr t of breathtto ge d I answered be dd ido( i i':r !
seEM terl the distuabd air bastei zinc Half risin. he caught the bedy as de of his qr' Ia ma
Ts he 'IenIeth the arapit. liftIng sa g( knouker down below. aatI ,i.we.'i.
o It 7. ueeler u It off stairel bai rna s followed rrIash brewing II I!
Be tad a meawer ready, Te ot gala, to el of each pebet h ae and sullen thuadeeeg tu r'.f al
was .mMillae. If he eas d It e ana'a clothing. partly as as e--isus ecmbse sad sad them r'il***. 1,1'.
weety. Dumb sa t*d. b ste g prwatlon. to reli ble hi 6h ad_ rvces of seargod, gbets. et.r..'r th
palmed ups. the pelut 1t peale. crtlad rrlver against 55 estli lely g ,roses
elites. ois KysuP wahte(als partly Sq m, If he had the <'O be Coatm.i)
The whimmr was beth abrJ gag In~tDp abWu him

sbhaf As ft ceased gklrwad -was Th e reh proved frulllw%'K"r. 3soa Gran, Seed For SWe
halt Misie by a 1mb oflight saw ood -auspelId that the wespses. lb
be ruim y au etheto* an hilv of his own, bad existedeasly ifthNo vi.floantany Use frMM1tSptme
buly In shio* b bash1apase.toedo tlWse sudy Ihmaglnatitf. As Ow d to DftcmbawCt. itIse hay lab Mate#
AN W bm lb s Imp. lultimw ,NOW Ine*swt o atrs Inghenub Itto t5ch Anril Tu.a~s som shows iwro
enftdofttwuslpeft" w%% bb OW eand picked Of p t'lm*; miarentmw ansqt, 52.4
'laks.-.e Iserfwt AMW lieA metaltube a esomb o 108PMalO.. 8 CA" par mind fOr lestAO
ysew he raghsd anbste ambessI iu toIsdiaener. istoutor sa h wismnus6r
0, 1wdi s s ko uw.pommyblyhavy. lib putids w ver .. 8

5I~5SPM ~4 ~ dbkmess"bpe'wm&nd rdaud,*s21i IL LD., ~.1
11MR was OMs s 0 Te -sw- IpgWA wrdthe hu WS W" Odftb da& f" i 4dOO
am" weMm ain,1 A st-a-. w es'ee.g sbrupu ~ mesas b flnkaftulad"Yoor oanyas. s tre
"sftINa o- 'Vlf -ne on e ~~lV n wto 10RMIrsiir Dt"t W
sufaresfrm "se" eweueu
Amfs w oine aposi. bs 4" is, anport&"."them4 eI
A Oubs s4 a yard savs t,.m. 4BOw kuywo, o'i psaes
~~b ~ I st-hwmftaheee iry em ma e sdleae as- e- s.S

UsNM he60hms muh l~~ wi haboo
bom# ~ the molip .'t'I'alu
EUMi cL *med Noft" rta~ a Ave.

Azs "-aN AnwggW&
5~ltbpWbg massU4-0
'a- v iAa th mea
askSMISIN "*=

Mr. "1

Besuo IV s let
to a- a ge th -tk- a

am, of Jas kmusty. Mr.
tiborn m a 1ore sematy,

where e g stew up gmlear I
&sa Whe Idd the bttduaeuboelat
be wt U elaserofea oe hlfS

SWd set a prtOf ter
Ja*Wm meta g s& be.Io -
t a- Stiato .mma.t
Spriega toIn I,01graduatis'
ba hi b-ween terms ftnm
1I0M In albouwd, Jackhma
abd scambIM coustmk Ha
overstay of NJasvile min 19,l
ed to grive up after aiaot ITMd
amount of b pd tkf ;o a mle
he ha been actely ea
imuurare bu&l me",
Mr. YOu18Aea yeVAE m Ot1
set int. ltrty, I acti etie, a
attentove, aenda, tkt of a
bad WMnaow r,- I"


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iSurbbed@St Bellway lees Vig*
aeo Leur agesale a aGrowltag
BRa. W. M. Holloway, Btate Super.
Blemdeint of Pubei lnastretloe, who, in
1e past, bhas bee greatly annoyed by
Sthe fraudlent practaese of ertala eo-
r'ae appmcaats fr towhers' eortietee,
ha I ssued to the Ceeoty Superintead
a e of Public Inetructlm the oiloulag
idr elar letter in whih he wields the
I Stick" into true mooseveltian fab-.
Tallahamse, fla., Aug. 20, 1909.
To the Coanty Superintendeata of Pub-
1. L On seesot of the fraudulet pree-
StJosm a namsetion with the uniform ex-
haum m of apphlcat for t Mhers'
,1iA. atin t thi state., hbave thief
T d, by virtue of the authority veted
m- ader the provatna of Se.tUo
4of the Geeral Statute of the State
FIorlds, revoked the ceruflcates of
At fdolewftma med teachers: Bemie
SW~u Gataesville; B. K. Kelley, Law.
tey ; W. A. Rechelle, Ganiesvvlla; J.
o0. JoNe, Motooelm; H. U;. Williams,
Newberry ; William Madison, L Creose;
II. A Tiliman, St. Augustine; Anna P.
Mehlvia. Gaineoville; Lucy Murrell,
L nesh County SuBperintendent of
Public InstrucUon is hereby requested
not to admit to any future examination
ia ths ta., a applicantI lor teach.
en' 'ertificates, illiam Madisoa, 8.
A. Tillma and Anna P. MeXlvin, and
If by oversight any one of thm per-
sons should be admitted to an examla-
Stim, and a certificate issued to him or
her, as the result of such examination
oaid certificate will be promptly revoked
by the BState Superintendent of Public
8. very applicant for a teacher's
certificate In tils Btate hall be required
to take the examinaUua an has or her
home county, aleams he or she at the
time ot examination shall present to the
examiner a written permit from the
State Bupertltendent of Public Instrue-
tien, Ouatitlin him or her to take exami-
nation eisewm re.
A reward of one hundred dollars is
hereby offered, and will be paid, to any
B iua who sMall produce euffieent evi.
In any court of cumpet*, t Juria.
M thie u tate, to convict any one
F lflal' y assuring or atteopting to
asre tie questions to be used in any
esammit'on of applicants for teachers'
,. L MBah County Board of Public In-
StDUtem s h erebby requested to offer a
rard of fifty dollars for the same pur.
S Before the negro youth of this
State hall be permitted to be in-
s tretod by a ciass of thieves and scoun-
drel the State 8uperintendvnt of Pub-
He Instruction will revoke the certify.
Vate of every teacher end close the
do.n of every nvgru oschuol hbuuo in
Yours vry truly,
(8Sinod) W. M. HouIAowAY
State Superintendent of 'ubic liistru.
t ion.


o&. 4*flyyet prompt'
S 0to rboweienses

one in sercomin
h abtual const pAtion
| monet y lo gt it
ciol effects bu y

.ur 1. ,

S-~- ad bladed ier umbl 'ad
BByrejm w i w kiof TMI

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Sni oo nthe M South. The bet Blphur Water I t he

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.



Full Line of Patent Medi-

cines at reduced prices.
International Stock Food. 26 cent eise, my price ........... 20
German Medicated Stock Food and Dr. Grangers, my priae. 20
Men and Ladies Summer Hat at Lese thm eoat.
You will save one-third by buylag Tuelom Powder gd Toilet Soap
of me. Also Cold Cream and Fae Powder. A fun Mae of up-to-
date Post Cards, 8 for 6 cents.
8. A W. 2 Cal. Cartrdea, perbox of 50.................. 86
8 Inch wrought Iron loe pWa Miae, per muir.............. 6
4 Inch wrought em lntoose p ge, per peair................ 8
SAll Kiand of Crockery at reduced prime
I keep evrythifag. Come and et my prices ad you
wul trade with m.
Yoer Friend
223 Soth Adam Street
Store Phone 208

Poor, Foolsh

Building Stone, Monumental Work, Art-
tfical Stone for Building as well as
Coping for Residences and
We have our house about :completed. Let every one
see our New Stone Structure.
Two cars of Marble just received and will be glad
to show you the fresh new marble in various grades,
"REGAL BLUES," the kind that will last long' and
looks better than any other in this climate. Call and
inspect our line.
We are agents for the best Iron Fence on Earth.
All work guaranteed to satisfy you.
Office on G. F A. .LRL In front of
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a few io MWdW BdoW's lt M -
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e ,; Dr. W.
ad the aewin Coeuty
to O4 P9blFt Istrustie
L.K v.slinesUelle -W. t;

.; I. T W, B* .
L. C Tito. fit; P.
SA. A; J. a

Tampi C. A. lrlftrd. Beal
ta C. eaa; B. J. Ham-
IJtao W l. 0 etchear Mayo;
Kea y, Umatilla; D. Seu-
* ym ELL. TppesTallahbs-
aWe. I Tedder, adten
.'B md-hm L; J. Bna-
B V blB le, Key West;
nuMatts&, Fersadin; W. B.
O*t ; W. J. Searn, Kiesim.
L. L .ert DOake City; T. B
SBwtw I. E. T --ker, Palata ;
PtakMSt Auustinme; L.
s Fort Pin ; J. T. Diameed,
J; A. Joes. Stateryille* J. W.
Live Oak ; W. A. Hndry.
JB A. 0. Boots, DeLe&d C." L
Crawordville; Dan rotman,
Itk ;B. P. Gainer, Ver.
-d J. tarris, West Palm.
astereoee will arnnre for a
ledueastnal campaign of the
oo September 20,1909.
Intil the first of Jana
S O*r seeh dat ae may be
-to make a thorough eanvasse
State The Ci4nt C uparintnd-
DoBed ef Pble* otructics Id
ty ill be the. gaeral mama.
dthi eamish ga their county,
ui ill b- e leestol through
"fer their d i4eimon.
fbis easeerMMes there wUIl he
the grtoest iednstonal prop-
tever eaed of la FierndMs.
thes s e wh &w w e beteo.

;H m. V. Uelpiv tiMe
ol8ahsf tsh aebulems.

to hghsg isthe mw bof
gpe(LKB~^ mr two6d n-

dt family have
S E the Sl-- I Isot-
aT Oah uIle tho get a eatet

" Wt JestP keeps growing the
LeWhiteheAd, .-of Bradfed-
vIl isN Ate Too, of Tallahas-
se, as the fair yunew charm-
on whe are maingthhe1ay' hearts
keep with teo Spangled Bam.
O y6I. a kettle dr m.
M 1FeM the hotel were
inga tyallo. Isa.t. f.this 1 sthe
sr.. beet t f sadtih ey ae hand-
"ame Ito hal a Otime here.
Mr.D.deW. ~ht w reotared from
am ek. e Mahis family with
MrJ. .FrankM0pf egIte* mrh
vetesrs, 8. gIh. trpwhto tlle-
hseose saWegs w L lle w re.
twrinth.s au irneem. Jf S .Clfl

August .2L-Mr. T. P. Ithland,
Jr., weat to JakeviBe by rail andW
them [ pysteamr to Bartlaorew, ary-.
ria htt week. We hope he will hav
aM dDickey was repr W ick
elast week. Hope is well by mew.
Mr. J. C. Tri a .mi i kttieChild
visited ram. Disekey who live
with mr. andmr a. T. P. 8t klsad, one
darulst week.
Mr T. P. Strieu..and red r. A. C.
Dickey went up to Arlipton, Ga., i
ral last week. They e npeet to
Asever ad vision rs. ao. t.nd
who Is at o A.Z C. Dickey.
MisSee manie Goale Striekland
mad lvwe Dh key last week went to
several days visiting miss may
Quartermae, who lves a few aill es
Mr 0.T.d Biew. Jr., and sister,
lu stayed ever S-turday night
with sr. s Mrs. T. J. Brandion, east

school at You ngHarris College, an
will leave home for that place in a few
Cs. and mrs. Hery Walden, of Gr*a.
dy **omnty,G. vitea Mr. and ur. A.
MeZey ome day last week. Mrs. Wal.
dm is astetor of aeM. A. C. DickeyWad
make oM ars. Meleoy.
Miss lAttle Child on last s oay left
Dgwed fer metealfte s. where aheA
w ta thes train for asia.l..5.
We aM wims her gratltey. Theblam
bar of her fieA was limited by
the mkemer e her Ce.
a.W i. Gd lttie. Mr. 0T. L. Jr..

t fthe ad weator there wae
lEhel e l at et hpgeO sol
rilvI U Yan o r th l ee sn e
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Seaftmes Camneo he Cared I
by local appitcataisfl as th..y cannot!
reach thu 4d sessard portion of the #or.
Thore is on, Intle WiOV III 'UrcdOAnCP,u
and that Iin ty P~ibt.renwdea c.
Dejeafcspi'~su caed tby .' n 01l
dit ion a( the tut.ue.m. ,t.iinr e sf I-hw .&.a
Vachuan tuhe. Wt t-- ij-tsah 10us111-
flamed ra'...h, ve aa urn :j, Puan.fdu Sitlls-
perfect hearmx. .ind %ii triit Istoo utiv*
cloeed, 411*sfs.'s.' Is tts" r.--ij~t and un.
If"e" 41A,1s1fi `111W titi( 511tbe. taken out
and this fule ie-.,stefred ttj ms ntorminl etn
dition. hearimill wil. to.- .. sltrsiyed tor~v.,
on; nine cit"se4 i, o!.C cattsed by
catarh; which is nq Wi lt an 4%n.
laMid con~iatiwof i0(the mucous".
We will give owe buadre I &Aa~na for
OWy case of d-& (no"s(c %vWedby e..
tarrb) tbaea canot be cursad toy Halt's
Cataruik Cure. Send 1toir d.le~uarfrie.
111. J. Chewcy & Co Tibldo, 0.
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The mvee, sMt t plow >I and
bI emway y dlni bow relator for
children, as wel as for adult, am, RaIall
Ord es. They a ns we lke cMdr.
They soothe ad Invigorate the delicMte
letetis, making them strong sad active.
They lieve oonsipa loe and ovecone
the nceMsly of the roglr as of laative.
If they doet do s we claim we will tuam
the price paid s for che Two esm
soc. and ia. .
F,- Sa Be it) IlIadr 'n i h Co.
D -Wi L' tie -8re 'V Rt'iwr. th
pleaurn. Is,. l, ijiwe. ny ititl lii' e
pills. A *hlve you rn y always depinl
upon in any ase where. ye. So,"-d slve
is D*eWtt' Cr"rblse'lae Witch H.s I
Salve- -opeei ily rood for pi4m 21 l2 n
Everybody isewuad h vv lwe e-vl of the
state. to be had at Nicbholon',, the
jeweler. 23

That Lame Back Means

Kidney Disease
And to Reliom e n Lt and Aching Dnck,
You Mu tft Oa twd the MU y
Thw re a"questl es Mt
at aU-e4r the lame as3 i
bek Is eased by a _iead a.
Okale o the kidneys ea thoer.
I is l osummo ,ms, y way
-that you must cure semiaeI
Me 24 by y camn ea ,
n oftn, dor sS tihM .B
Sbladder. TWe es a

M0o weseditsum. at
Ilm me, $gr Ilntamee:

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Tw' cent~tva-4on Cloit Cl
&J' anti $d 12 W) per vmoth. AP~

1t tU" x ~up thauts14i woodIF
Ai~ Va 1CC,. LW, u p- todath'enl~jf
V...i Cie flN!itslkoft 0&.
TALRIPAtqs Nuricsa. printed en a
ti asort ntjtk-.* at reasona"lepAme
Ciai office, and It mlarht he web Fp
shirt'rwt r; an N.tljeeeItoy low
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Wesebrn e F ds "Pe 14w IX31
via Loulvil. and p~mbwft see
board Air Lineand edUad

Vldd"ta, D~aux lalese&~
icoon, AIal~awandf
d-adand South &iw'g1a&ehyGy*
Haialthurat atic Souther um e~
D~usa e-dAtlacti W A
D~wI~ sadAtlantic -Ky.
Pullman tortson all cesgk
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F Governor-A. W. Gilchrist
Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw.

r A y.General-Park N. Tram-
S Treawrer- W. V. Knott.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
CoemomiMoer of Agriculture- B. E
NeLto. I
't of Puhlic Inatrueston
A taiS -J. C. Foster.
S tte aminer-Braest Amos
State Cbemist-R. Ros.
utcNs sfursum COURt ?.
J. B. Whitfedd, Chbef-J.IWs', Taels- q
t. 'eawlkk Taylor. Getmellb, F. .
S. Cockrell, Jackseavlloe, m.
W. A. Hoeker, Ocalass, Fla.
Thoms NM. Mhackleford. Tamp, Fls. M
C. B. Parkbil-, Pneoi M.
Dunean U. Fletcher, Jacksoaville,
Jaem P. Tallaferro, Jacksonville.

Stephen M. Sparkman, let District,
I, Tampa.I
Frank Clark, 2d District, Galasinle..
D. H. Mays, Sd District, Meotlcelo.
Royal C. Dunn, Tallahba e.
Newton B. BIltah, Hlkehton.
S R. H. Burr. Little River.
Cerueepsdoal Shows Why The 4eds
ia- s tecle of the Couetw
Are Se Miter.
Editor True Demoerat:
This artileo is a reply to the complaint
from Woodville on the good roads ques-
tion. and Is founded on facts and figures
-not on the feelings of degrantles sd
the suppositions of those who are not
Informed and care not for Information
that is Information.
During the past few months I have
heard, from the Ilps of some of our
oldest aitdsm many complaint& as to
theM extrvegace mismanagement and
wreaghag generally of our county eso-
isoaseers. I have list d earefilly
d t tively to these pow.wowa
V i a thyae the same as a a
S lin office, I set mysol
S tasmk of a crtaining the facts la the
Wen the mpsliant from Woodviloe
6 in lf Deimocrat, I wot
g" mIt-h sar d Dgot the Re m
-' -- --coI the
the condition of the road in
L mity, the mul, mauhinery and
y owned the county
-S te th eoonty eommiasioes.
J Mrs reommemna our men at the
*s sa-fe, sound, oooomlal and
enM elftsh usiess me.
Now, to business on the complaint.
The eompelat from Woodville doAs
Se spres the ntiment of the people
= souteMrn end western part of
S*oo halL Mo eopSo o in o
kw luw t l atio too we* T I
K h thMr have does not towh r

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requird by te law to do-oa the-pub-
lNieodis their v1eluity. I do at
kw hew mh work bs moe other
re ds I Leos m aoty, bet I do know
there isl-vry -de* onthe
reMeo from te Was ua M e to t-do
hNOaW"* Motah 1tara eiai.
a my bsiiame to r let read
wok mnt ta if t In my Provine
to dsend mBy m ommilty from faslaoi
The papleoa Less cooaty who kaew
the #ets ia the Oese, sad remember
that something earnest some from et
tOwl and remember th we tI...g-
to the conelui tat we m either not
inltoelpan or wet we are not fair.
mind if w elam tMhat we ubtto
have better rads, or that complat
assr theso sealunt of far eople.
domdatys bert hM road W to be
worked, a aumona io at to mehb idi-
vida aubj@ to radduty. Fmorthwth
*esu man summoned biss himself away
and hires a mny under age, or see* old
ma.n l past the age int which he is
sabjee to Meed duty. sad on the day set
for road work a tem-a dealm-til
team-shalders axe, hoe, spade, or
some other Inl t, and mmreaes
away on their am of rotd. When
night in gettt M he r a actho m
ln whish to wrapt arth, eb
ra"d had wrap tg tert of his
doway eoue about U to lie down to
pleasat dreams f teol a ssuraiee
of duty well a fasthf doms.
Nw M tlaw 1 t eve y MI
=allgive days ot WeverMy M tofte
public reda as long as Mhe between
he age of s and 46, ad is soond of
mind wid body.
We i vea of one day and hebat
for Meyni ndMxpect our aOmtyL *o
missioners to take the peer pittonse we
pay Ina UmM adbuild od reed. fp-
pose we do as he low of our
ays we mamt do-givea uer dS da e
sqare, heom won. We could e*ab
iar beild two miles of bard road nd I
vye smr we wwed ha asa hard
rnoed frlm esty lie to Wo dvile.
Those who have traveled t reada
from IeiaabLar, 1 Lak .ty, to Tip
ara to OkaMka to fnulbtd Per.
ead other petats. know ts has been
doune. Asmla l s is-I tevied aMd theM

s worksad
ity, and aeseas
S*than efia4

hl itrtae nII~tahae
orm te prwos -b
1i5ery whoo e hel d
Is a OR
p tied upd two Sfe
but serve so eremete
side or a I ba boito

to the fact isa figures
I found no truth lnMay
iess fabrics all.
n the Assuawnotu
5 for soNm y ased I
Idenc in thesisM ed their
pinoe, and I have fo d
ne for theoo mty to be
batdone forthemseves.
ge questlom was rather
"amire's mratr and I
k and for Qfroam Gda
made it my bum-ee to
re' dealfti, when be
playing false, maadIfound
the solid rook of truth

r was likewise having
t r amed on him, I wot to
dt he I And, f.ow-ltiam,
that-Io --hrglnK his duty M Orn.
s N*&ffathfully. ,
Is edihoIs wish today Itoodo
aMf-s to mat@ party lies aor divie.-
ions d, but I wish to setforth
t ttIo of road affairs.
lea PU O ccepUtlesI 9ews at
Waekesmsh, Auuat 28.-The water-
met seed Ip has beeo gathered ad
our farmers a say it beat cotton, as
they et tw different erope on the
a tme trsot land, and met near so
memb ihed wb s attahed as to eato
ton. The m! seed busbias is gow-
ine more proMtabM eb Mea 0msor
lamre saed bth resmt tW North

MaeM t this coaty ti yer will brit
Oar esona and r water row
em are alrad me ad our
with smiles on their fmes ad the -
& ofasitgle eagles are board
Our sueeseful rower. A. EL Wind-
ham, can tell yo e all aoat Mthe me
seed bsinesa. se te about how he
nd his family tbiod har for many
Sa i cotton meea d the made eda
and to bow hisMs u atstory of
m and hbe s paid all Ub
debts made t1 to gew, e
now a how in the beMk,
oed to mb-e II lh- to mA eM
Yao man waotf s to s t setie

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Pr~~tpolmespr~~dsaw s el a w"d 1Wed oem.W.. Why wres W %a"yescan be buyW ag

hm wrth the wt -y.

Come od e I.

I have ..a e*resideaces Wad esfo"06 f*r My list is to large for my space is thi edition.

101 ua the Miseb esm eaMd, 1-4
tieofelltylto. LLd pary loefbg
tMrMs. eaI loatam. PriM L.
9 a-res, b--tweem Qulasy ed ada
w t is kewsi Ma Biaelo bo I
mo afree ei e-M_ h um. Good
had. PAri M.
Itaetasores .i, nouw Balm.
IM wrad. s Abot 1 *l from dity
UHlit. Good bLd. No Imprneomts.
Prde So am am .-
w m one BD rMs rad less tha
1 mA. fromefty Uait. Vi sm heam.
Wel good water. 0 pca trees. PMe
oreMhard. Aboat 5 re woods. Sples.
did land. Posesio at oewe. Cam ar-
ran em. Pries $1700.
875 aer, about I moil wtt of it.
FMe Iwdk ab t Mo0 Mm aeeas.
Good dl and meeral teoat's
homes. Go ber. ad other oat-
bomses. Fruit trs. Good wates; on
puble road. WoUell ostel. Prie $8000.

M amt sm Lambe slei d sm 4
about 8 ils from dity. Abo8t Wmre
mitivated. 10 sI m aei, w
Ost shove 4am fees it SsmweS. S
bring appleo tas pmth oews aMd
other hlkts. 00 housems.Iroses; No
hbe roome; rm, Ae. Old laie
oaseitels A Sre wftk
=09 4y 8b; r:.-fro 6akb
$tatis S. A. L P dset00f.
S area m e Oaklodsme river
11 mies from Omktokoke stato. h.M
scres uletlA d, halasee e timed .
Good, mew ?rem bems-o ese ta
s-ad es rsem house. ood h rb =
ateiawMs. Good orehad; 8* p".
tars well watered. Sebool im ales.
PrO 0111000.
40 moreson Jackson Bt road; 8
aseres fesmod. About 4 miles from sy.
I room hoe; _ood wdL Dark sau
haM. Pr1odwrood mPH Pri$.Mos.
Sn 4 mils tromea ty es Mise.
ekie Nery au wUit4 a God
g o Led fwfle.
This i* "the bmoy

Saesm sheot I mle frem alses,
T. A 8L. R. R. rues thagh suth
ads. I mile en St. Awplsi read
Abo 400 Warem olMAd. God
Wboo- and oet-bWiuas. lgAhm i
hmeM. Plenty of water, 8s- e.ft
Iag. Land prodmes eseMsat eps.
tlifemapat the pries. .1 perw
s re eOa Bel Air od,15 fUs
ga5eSnuUftl hetloet. 1M vow.
d spdtag, wdwl smd sl-i* S
hoMe and out bus Ne a
Nwititd. Some fatiM
WI-Jrka a"e.heim It mp a
Ate awee Prices ,S.
Sam eW ar Wade, Flldb Cee-
Riarodad. fmet Gd eigh
~School b mle- 4k 1 o4res
wGtivation. Od tmes th6meN.
water.t Letermal tos. Prime
SloIftl acr.
40 S on St. Aug Min rod. I
a -eM city. Vrw oelsad. t 1me
t. Good noiwhtr. A ame Atm e
tar. Prie o400.

Omrens MA&l Crek, 3 mies
he L. L. Statli. Cm=emtable
dweMl g ad es uthil os -
dr Seedtomes. o stO a. thm er
I bll u ,a se 140 h1lth3y a d
ther bad w ds am tet less. Cm
l easegh lskory off the pleIs sB
makse lbg paymot a lead. Platy
of inrelt. sBeool *ouseby. Thist
a on property. Pri $11 per mors.
M aere, 4 mUes herom Mismune.
100 sres cultivated. TThe eatles of
this tract speka feor Its ed qa"fty ad
aeighbeorheod. It is termed at avery
low priu to sere a qauek sale. Prs

Several other Fam Ited

but fall description

not at

hoad in tim for this week's
paper. Come ad m** me.

NAM"d nm m bssdNeo"
Leur Mr. Bdfr-Plemn alowI m
sour e r valmotle o write a
Mfrm this; pMrlt oountey.
bs "l aroumi bore thae
te. have msh ras that we
r Sbud 4bdanythng isatsl ar.Cd -
pwiUy ta~uiwdur evomhrit oi't
atolow md e ll M on with him-
self, me we do't have say tromble goiag
.t KC"U visited iMr. C. W.
Bell ef lutday lsit.
Mr. Irm J. Bll visited his brother

GOrasieduft a ies Ul.
semy ai-o -e. Wader
-s wish blm, he leads
i *** the weather but pMr
r, for we re wt eM

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Shears Free to True Demo-

crat Subscribers.

The Greatest Pre~m omf the Ag&
The Tosle. Ipft gattahneawt dmeswapwng withoripe
hog eatire* "d onles*0 =a to as etoa a 6-9
rivea dotht Oam" kd .1 ms -"W beo ot wUMhpub*
am5% viw~tO dt IM bhe ad.TMe Wombsa Ipskg 6sop
&Na md wskouhulmet IMklngIhoS pmeduft uS*
D3MTUCIILLA simple km dmdothe Utle m @w
shws isthe eSpayla, tIWols p*the hides w h* u
nqbe isked Aaq seafmm bo hd the m*
ompaie dmw mi I* Wo-8 a dllPikof um lof
apprododeo the yd do uwhwInmilsm WERE M PS
ii- a Abe owdl~m. He umatterhe w msspubs althis a
5dm.. pm v have mimidoe hes% Iu"usd 46b
with the ?.5d.. soleg. OWwhomIn00m d ftam
yes wU m ft bho prk-ssto W ether ya s hm.
Thus SMEAMUSMe i" ud bsWAM t
ohid da MAluske OI
We u"etoo,
of ro aU fthe m moo" ad b hmhb hPak d
ULM tS o be aImkmoIm t heIhulim Spiog 4.1.
omu *# Moab= ofs 6tt@eUMEadS &ais. wt wit
the eemo aluehg ad temsmGar
outest ssespfswavry pkas- an eekmsit I
pub d tese SU5M or M mW vup houses isk
wIb 118 YEAs k m a" pd ms ft wo beuto
- odWOthaN" P&-gwb" "a.
Now Is Get theSheams
m sth doUbh ad a soa OmNummy ower "I .
IW Tm nDessmo t w nads Nbdof tus MU
be ma" to I"oubwi~ an 6% ible. g

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