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: September 3, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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toafaetoy here.
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Tie U. 8. army now number 84,00

A united aeort the part of our
people ean senm a $100,000 cotton mill.
S Th pro ve merea t lookMin for
fta trade will ortaly advertise in
The True Demo"rat
Aesording to th latest sesom, Chi-
ego bhas 2,100,000 population. Its
g roth bees oreo rapid tha that
S ayotherty in the world.
'Therei is something radically wrong
wha the meorhane ship in cnald
v etbles by the too while the faraer
bet them go to waste in Meh quantities.
ut isptting our enegi into one
thing and keping everlaestinglly at it
aW It is msemd that brings success.
Why m esenemtrate ouar efforts apon a

U It is gnerally sonoeeded that a period
of miversal prospity iselag to this
mutry. Is Tallsahsme putting herself
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Dmei0tPe pap. That is what theL
*v evry ta* piea, to thoeoailas.

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kfwh la kVemia will pma
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balWe of atte h- o aMto hsM
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th Lan m eanwb his thenoe"es
easy predelag free SAM to 10,6
boles.)i
If empemed m d esMpped to r Iep
or Now Eagid, t w6M brngis b j
a 6lMs" doll1as their measy to pi
for It Asthegrower hawslaady a
peded the greater pitsM of tIs
forailr izad elabr be he bas but MA
return. He has Ilterlly pdsM the o
ormet for the privile a i prodash
it, li te tariff. e wil pay thiefroel
to the aMlliaNw zagladeraoerestI
water ad will aaiso pep th fr
baok in thefnlabed gods. As he is
grower of SAette he argue that I
mWtw aee na ee ttom godh as pa
sible to keep up the demand for h
product.
Now, lt us oppose ther is a lq
altte mill an Taiahaoose oft soeii
capacity to convert ths quantityof e
tIe in elooth.
The foreign maufaterwill wia
th staple asd the losal manfaeture
will want it. COmseque-tly therp wi
be spirited bidding between th two ea
the rower will roali atleasta hal
at per popad mo for his crop th
it there wee a nfastory here. The
itor of this papis from a eity whMi
aotaias twelve aOtton milS ad know
this to be true.
The local anfactuarer secures thi
cotton and aeonverts it Into goods a
bome. Before he can do thi It wil
have bee" ansemfy or him ito expei
among home pople $100,000 prhapi
for material and labor in the construe
ton of buldlgsl. HO must then pay
out at leat $100,000 mnually for opera
atives, every dollar of whih would !i
xpended with the local p echanti am
trackers.
There is no business enterprisee i
which one can embark today so cortal
of suoeses as cotton manfactorting. II
experienced mon ear eqed to manage
the business there Is absolutely ns
chance of failure. The winter has per.
Mnally known of the eatabllhMat .o
mor than fifty milis in tho States of
Georgia sad Alabama, and every oe of
them Is now soeesafolly and profitably
ponductod ad aloA all have more
than doubled their capacties, besides
paying out more than the original in.
restment in dividends.
Suppose that Tallahasseeo people
obserlbe $100.000 toward a $800,000
aetory. It wold bo an easy ma tter
o eomrem the additional capital. With.
I ten ymar the aey woald habvobea
returned to them divdTMeadsO and their
took worth far above par; the popls.
lea of the city would have besn In.
eased by a thousand or morm; the
aIner and thO merchant would have
een bonetted more than a million dol-
m in the expoedltur of wages by the
pSatiTv; th farms themselves
ld have boea dirsety beuttaed to
h aextet o1 a quortrofa tmllSnI
iller thr hk a premium pries a his

fte oeummad seelismw a
Cotta htestals da mt e lo the
Igheat pnredhabr, bt they aro ate
Ia.t meed naep makers ad aeI

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wrsaha mul, kr la tos sthls esed
fIhsdbshsa ate ehbertstapleoe.


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dai with meaqw a iadln dewe

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In every paper we a- p we V wee*
a m to* al e ab eeusthdM-e mm bes bo.
dt hid thgs ; thei mwaw budthae bus b e
. w ad ome ain behMd the o as, amis
the am bedb the reat.; the -s b
1t MWd the pimere Oad the beM nomleth. usky..
Sthe laow; the man beMiad the whals ~a m WIN ha *
g nd th9ea behind the ears; the dn osst eMaola it aI
d behead the ak and the a a s d _-t .
i the bear; the mew baeo d the wbi er PM1A M.........e.... U o
a ad thw m an behind his Gos s, .111111 -. 41
d thai behid has entered a the Mlthi a, Cmo by LemabI U w B
s Mb thbeieWskippl edasthet fatlt W F- O
t of whom mething ha been salA-th S
fellow whe is evenor attlwayaha4 i
* we Mpays far what hb get sand whom eDAo f t" O P.
t bUlk a always signd-he's a dsaned ,ide for YW Peba.
Sis bahaid. Allweaditors nand a enthei .,., aeadise.
0 aad the whole ommerial el are s. i ............... ....Paster l
dsbted for existence to th ost oet fel. D--et.-....-.---- -- T Garsham. thGape naa wha
y low..He kee ps a all na be la Mds Trame anertes killed V. a. Ir, -ear MWosebla Gi ..
,-kenmr m...................
o take or hate off to the man who is ph jaU awalS r trial
d amead.-Soothern Mr ebat. B WAUIa, 11T 8:00 P. I. Ho was brought bh from Thom
TheTree ttln to eqi aery afor Sunday Schbool Waikters. &, A Wedneday by 81wW
The True Democrat rgivess. asoat H ,.ComeThou AlmightyK. a r i .1
*oewwhre of the plan to agalp eTry ComeThen Alaghty -a. Tbheewas a eeaaM rabl rerd eat
tlefors Such a system m f. augh wl for a= bo rWams wh w ,
hone i Heanaok county, Ga., with a Prayer. t a m go b esef
t telephone. Subch a isys tem ht ......=--........................ cha ir
be nstalled Ia Leo. There is noth-- Ad .....-......Brother B outY Faorida, but who he Mla
UHymn._...-----l c eHm --------------uwe' sc w p now
k. bringiton all clas5se clo5e together .. .Sha Be Flowers ofBla.s. Thomasv le tI et
Sln a busins and seialway. Bndition. to o et g ar eg ri se s
r Park Tnl. th e attorney SUNDAY, rT. B tra, :0 P. M. -l
general of th State, says throh the Children' Servies. wnt to T v w I
Tallahaess Daemoerat, that he hasa so NAT, 8srr i. 800a P. M. tr a a adet of his plemer t
el dbetfintg a eandidate for th United Servioe tor YoeaW People. Talhasss, expect to iBd a
StatesaeOte ext spring. This is what Va "Holy Holy. oly. sta m lwrt who
was expected. He has a very decent er Lor. ftod th man mere hby inbioms
ofce for three year more ad his Prayer. hi speesioi s w not anly.
frieds expect him to be let and at. HyM.-...-.Take Tiame to he Holy." 4-
tend striecy to the oeeds of that odio, ASK..S....
sad when the tim omes- these a, m Kefhse.6Ais. w ,MaL. etat .i
Md w sw him the A"e of ,ofat. Hays, CoiVa t ISnordaia s
toney general will Bake him governor. Addrim ---------r-therB tnmtar to tae
-Dade City Star. T and i s
The aviators anfr yet from rachl-f
Ing the perfeela tr taierd by naviga-deq*ontIt do not
tor of the air is pat e es. It is- WM Vm_ WTO snw T te C $ ft -
orded that.-lon baWere the Chistlan For Wawa& Ast a b ob0 #ShT iiS la a
wa Arohytoe, of Taretlm, a detin- The Jadm5vsTellas.-UMlie of Ows w1-kin 2
rgui*edmim and inventor, eOBa n estahed t h e iH-iw Rod tmeaah to h -
eA ndsaatplet3' pdles olftSat eLty we ana ido w a edeate theA s
ruted a bard. d hseld w as a dove wfll-tor theflM=a Colleae: etohaes that em aemaing.
which by internal mehkim, waa mad Miss Na rWyat m O, wi id at be me m a tlems ane tis
to y ianydeed..dires... Its dam. ad A. m P. aims i th tymoth ir
SAry messages irrit P GPYM ,a w hFI faVltoU nwa sao- aaaalimnumwichwe =
DparosBmt mme vgd es-^ a o kf Owe h -- I We. ireM lear T oby Ist
the great sdta aW tha the 'Se do Ib "Mffiy a her I ad the Oatl



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Good work and low reCas.
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tfw a =t ns eplet.ly cured
eS..1* p se n idea/miga IA. St.AW of .Iesda **e 9ap ft Ide
rhbmn' IMr disordesm and ales of Me State apdt */ .ea.ltA 7/sda.
WOal eOWt by *d- f Witness A .Seal oftAe State boeval qJ th
&. 28-1m t[ A j Ai?*ay ioqMal,A.AD.ISO..mo
Several pela s ttasens of Putnam (Signed) o,6sA Y. 2.ple.
county are iorp t the American sIRMO i" O9Sr.
Peem Co0apM Whgood capitali- saS
tion for t*Me a pS.st planting some.- X sM* *
thing like IM to the improved e s 3. K.
peesan plated acreage ( Ia
wl be fMeiateN t asof eight acres D. A
eac dft!m!WI h e urenit parts of O DID
Wods nita t he culture. It isgse III n onnes *-,. .
proposed to pleas ch between the GeO. H. HOLMES,
peea trees to -eal I maintaining the
Saves mad Th*ne irs. LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Swill be Palatka. OFFICE PHONP 44. RESIDENCE PrHON 17.
TAJIAHAURI., FLORIDA.
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CHILD BROS.

CONTRACTORS
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BUILDERS.


We. are unusually well equipped to give our patmsm
the very best service in all lines of building. &b0 anm
if you are contemplating any kind of building. We am
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dred Lumber, Mouldings. Turned Col.
umm, Brakets and all kinds of Novelties made to order.


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5555 Farm Wells put in on time.
Sa. wm Wells at all depths and prices.

, "Write B..F. BOLAND,

The Deep Well Man,
". 'Havana, Fla.
I was imed
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I.BM. THE CHAMPION SHOE COMPANY,
SI- A. R. .~ TWIR.. a aO N Proprs strs.
Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing
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To WSW ate soodt fewoi .s R.mpemsses.
Atb ambw o C r I you fai to m.to e -.. .
TIl is Chadwbr of Comman'alh.igt. dgeA 0step _iMM ofthim .
NF. 0. W. s oM is spndin this And yOU a d Isie theg ltbr
aM. A ,roasete.m sAt t of Is efftsi made by theP o- e Bes
o ay at Tbe ~md L, d on.seftrto h SdoS. A. "L redai dea o '
and0y 2ommpree tor. be ae = sM Avsto go tbra y" "ar s.M, zki LIVE ST
Carrbelle has her annual muali t'lairy- TA -e- -of te W. C. U. wil TAILAU -I
deleiad at Tuemay. Ma Dmeolyaski, oft JekvalflPm, i a Ireaiutg sad m s "rvie
S mo ac Apto at Dayta, is the elty s w emp in s0 chr ,at 4 elea e t

abi o. .of Caten.t. Mis s ok Arab opk e n sad tS. The study wiN le o the I UM In ft
JN Gse Baks left_ Wesdac son- Wenesday t re Ds. stron A, wo t bn met
MWir. Edwond itSlrsd o WedndBay trem a delight outing at jt 6 a of T In. Te U 5 D
vt1o, is nVise at the Lr otel. ^Tense. Sve Bw d w drticulry IaterestU- r eD tae T
Mr. Su- Durl trned thiswh Only o -la- t L eity wbere T g to bhamunbr. sa les
f lm a buEmi ne trip to fBstlmore.|t cr t ask Chi, n ro,^ refle ^ 2 iuih
Jedge Ove and Judfe Megaeso do Co. the advantfl ofmownoak nex vk oul* i t A
spat the wsk^ed at lasnrk. one. See the Corner WS "A\ thought I'd lem my l, writes 5ia Tear
Lit th be a rousina mefo at A t aple of clay on Myrad 1.it 'ym ope manfeWatert""tcWnd Wis. lr!n
Chahew of Commerce tonight. b oMpljtd b Mwr. Aeritt in Mr.O f U5a tt
Capt David Ellis and family aree Regtter's ditrici s whih a pronIud noc AreshSa l aula sit l sm e u o h n wel a
among th resent arrivals from Panaca. tobeAfine work Q by 60 19 p si d well In laalible for skin araption*, Ua1epid Gbnul em" t
Sor 8 dose "66" will cure any case over It. zn saltrheum, boils, fever noree, gifrkniueOr nl o
9f Chills and Fever. Price 26e. 7.18t Miss Daisy Walling left Monday af- burns, ialds, cuts and piles. 0kc at I is g=aa'mMuShr st
Hon. and Mrs. FredT. Myenand Mr. ternoon for a visit to relatives and all dnruglats. 28-.m JOHN l STETSON UNIV
Blomit Myers will leave Monday for friends in Colombia and Lexington. S. -
Niew York. C. Ae expects to be away about a Br. Ammatreags's Next Trip.
Miss Grace Banks left Wednesday for month. Dr. Armetrong, who has been most IV IT A
a two weeks' visit among relatives in Bathing suits and white duck hats, soca-eful a all forms of eye treatment UI FLUIUvA,
Penaeool. just the thing for the Coast excursions, and nervous reflex troubles such as "id pItr*.
We sell Stewart Iron enmcing, none always find them at Chittenden & nervous headaches and stomae trouble An Institutlon of the First Rm a
better. The Capital Stone Co. 16-tf Co' 24 will make h next protessial visi ported b State d ed l
MIe B. A. Meginnis and Mi Br..she Miss Ettle Carp, of Centervlle left Tallahassee next Monday thefirst orFlorlda Young Men.
eginaiss eme home Sunday from n. Wednesday for Clyde, N. C. 'rom Monday e o September. Th Doctor has
,.that point shem will go to Ocala to r*e- prfee memost wo.nderfulcr k *b* A.s. as., M.WAism.o' or..a"O B.
T. Trathem and G Haln have sm her duties as a teacher in the nburogical system and his work IA rt s .1L46 LLe.
turned from a trip to ancea alnba High SchooL dord by all our adi ciins who In Art and Sciences; Agriculture;
t d fro a trip to a ad OBeoo know him. His ofe wl be at the Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Me-
e iss Jeferon Bell has retedand Leon Hotel, 1 day only, Septemberoth. ehanical Englneerig; Law; Normal
$LD rward for return of one lars* will soon moveInto the eottage on North sei School; Graduate SehooL
_s S em J.W.FrarIle ad theen street, recently bought by Mr The ebes t, best sad most satisfae- ExpsEceding Low. For
d. &.t) J. W. F arl L hRtleid Alfrd. tory life saranee is to e obtaind Ctaleguewrito to
Miss Yean md MiAs Ale Whi e ad rl somwneatnkn ia wer re from the Motal Utf Fraternal Aaoa A
suthratin l ylvedthis week too late for insertion ti of Athena, G.. stoddInthis A. A. MP-= L L. P.
.MtWe ask o rI& to kindly have t-hir city and t. BiW Nr .. W.TWater.
T Prins andlitle h letters In earlier. A dipisU.sephte haas owae N-lloman-_____
S T. KL Paerki and ottlea eo t We are p ok e he wepedthttis theepca t wo n m wsm h-
It, o oretaredsfrom a wewk fslkwls o ofourr bseatetiuems andt- mm-t

states HAe Amedays weptent M y lomop nty
i l oateeh from l thI ride. -rw f r mtCapt. S. K. o ea tf Weakulla 1
Mu.Ale. ougalla.dlfamilyhave i Sprin sav abirth" d dinner on _P.a
Mr. Alex. McDou ll ad flyav Sthriff J. P. B. Boostoo amd fam, g, Aoto anuber ofh istl rm.n i
tr.ed from a pleasant outing spent and Mrs. John pears and family ratevtrans, Mesrs. Tom Costs, s o
Tea willoccupya ottae at Lanark duriJ. D. Perrell A. C. room and John
Afth Quaey r ofJaicksontll, habee dt mo.ti of Septomber. Humphries attended from Tallahassee
o o r sister, rima. J. Mrs. A. 0. Maxwell and children, of They report having had a di hbtful
N Coordand MINSBowN', of the ame time with this oMlvetewr. The farml
tV-Asixom Ieatta, co*arm plaoe., have retnfMd homN, after a visit of Mr. J. D. Ferrell and MW LiUlian Col.
aBvimette Streets. AJ i to Mr.. W. V. att. line also attended. Thefe wew fiftSeen
s27- Mises ather Merti and Goile old Confedwrate veteran at the saump-
Sheti-iad to wrestle with Woodb ry left Theday f r Tallahaense tuoos table.
lRases, yeteday. All whee they will sped a few days with e mo^="'.^^M .It
Missn Mary LMter.-Quiley TimeY. Yougot$.wol Crh.CaSft I
t. tLther M. blowa returned ome elaim to adt ea at and aoe 4 in tob The zr tam
m a f- d- to Jack- Ibew eont,aMd amadvertlestheelear- rannini & I The e miocrat
f..aoe aa, 0 mt6en V A Co. earry slls W4eel1e Sae1r.
;"A Clean. thebeat gen ds tA*and 't* A mercilessamurwerer iaappeaci0ltIs
LTF lwna oNsseon them at a l m"t. prolt. 24 with many visg1ms. lt -Dr. KIng
A shark sad to wlgh 6I pouN w35 New Life PIlls kl It by peyato Ak labamay
Dsmaimas o" Is t 0-teap ae id killed ath ahohee They gentlyNumb tlitomac vAlabamra Bmrna
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ammm swheana k ofthis $ine haa that invites app- emcinec LWrg faculty. bsMOnabl.
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HAT'S that' At the rstG
S&alarm theba irl bad caught
convulsively at Kirkwood's
arm. Now, when a pause
eame la the growling of the knocker.
he made bhim bear her voice, and It
was broke and vibrant with a threat
of hysteria. "Oh. what can It mesn?"
"I don't know." He laid a band re.
assuringly over that which trembled
on bhi forearm. 'The police pos lbly."
"Pollee" she Iterated, aghast "What
makes you think"-.
"A mae tried to stop me at the door."
ha answered quickly. "I got to before
he could. When be tried the knocker
a bobby came along and stopped him.
The latter may bava been watchblg
the house since then. It'd be only bhis
duty to keep an eye on it, and heaven
knows we rained a racket, coming
head first down those stairst Now we
are up against It," be added brightly.
But the girl was tugging at his band.
S Coner' she begged breathlessly.
"Comel There Is a wayl Before tbhy
break In"-
"But this man?" Kirkwood bung
S back, troubled.
"They-the police-are sure to find
and care for him."
"So they will." b e chuckled. "And
serve him right Ile'd bavy choked
me to death, with all the good will In
the world r'"
"Oh, do hurry !"
Turning, she sped light footed down
the staircase to the lower hall, he at
her elbow. Here the uproar was loud-
eat, deep enough to drown whatever
pounds might bare been made by two
pair of lying feet. For all that, thay
ead on tiptoe, stealthily, guilty shabad
ows In the night. and at the newel poet
swang back Into the unbroken black.
Maes which b shrouded the fa tuesse
backward of the dwelling. A sudden
aoceas of fury on the part of the
alarmist at the knocker spurred them
ea with quaking hearts. In half a
aon strides Kirkwood. glided only
Snstinct and the froa-frou of the
g rl's sirts as shbe ra lInvisible before
ha, stumbled on the uppermost steps
ot a steep stalrrae. Only a bhad rail
ared him, and that at tbo last mo-
aot. Ia stopped short, shocked lato
eution. From below came a contrite
whisper: "I'm so sorryl I should have
warned you."
He pulled himself together, glaring
wildly at nothing. "It's all right"
"You're not hurt, truly? Oh, do
come quickly!"
She waited for him at the bottom of
the ,ight-bhappily for him. for be was
all at aa.
"Here-your hand-let mea guld* yo.
This darkness Is dreadful"
No found bar hand somehow and
S talkd la Into It confidlnly and not
w tht an uncertain thrill of awh
"Caml"o she panted. "Comet It
they break In"-
i 5tUsd by apprehension, her voice
o ed bar.
They want forward, now leImpet.
uIftly, fo It was very black and the
Soaeker had fall still.
OMi fear of that," be remarked after
Ia t i "They wouldn't dare break
A letteries whisper asemwmd ha:
'O i t know. We dara risk moth
isa."
the seemed to e pes to pene.
ef mt res a f labyrtathlno ebambern
am passagesf delvil deep Ito the
bids of the earth, like rabbits h
Nw. ind is a wae, hounded by be.'

gaiks., as It the daumb aes of the
SIoe had cast a spell 1 of senc, en
ftuknoer as aim otraged, had
*W Sksrn the noisy diturber wih a

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The door---te bolts-I eaa't bedw *e P tibe, it yean s ot
them.. ut^ at meU BONte eW minut oMb &
"It **." Bide Omer to g. 1 sa
Be pressed forward, brushin bher -UsPr d4m ded tth feDow agge p M '
shoulder. Sheb dd not draw away, but elvely. g a
wtullagi yielded pla.e to his hands at Kirkwt d mgtoned toward the pow -M aola lage to rt
the fastealag, and what had proved sagway. here's a lady with am-- eag m d4 '
Impossible to ber to bls strong Agers thea, Q meb awr 9"I1t AP h.a" t1 bp dmea
was a matter of comparattiv ea a. m tS thae did not woa. "is km t gadM I 4stm
Yet, not entirely conuclousl, be was bob" he hea1ned, "an' yo rue1 e' t f t pak as $ g ys
not quick. Asa be tued at tie bolts awy witha f amtulry or fauts atr Wset edyhSta10 ,1 eam tsMtm
bhe was poignastly senaItive to the m tb gP r a a te p"
subtle warmth of her at his side. Be I *e e .* VM hSem os l
could bear her soft, dry mobs ofe an- .0' h t ..
eltment and Suspensem punetuatlng the tns M0201 tu b-d oat
quiet and was frightened absolutely Mte S I my aMt tolL. mwSt ye to
by an Impela, too strong for ridleols. kaw that."
to take her la his arms and comfort '7 Ud and, Mta Otlndar.
her with the assurance that, whatever 18t9 Ma 4a I gMT k y, owe-r
her trouble, bhe would stand by hebar ev r. I ave de.at W to.
and protect bher. It were futtle to try lm I hafe dte ad qu eW.
to laugh It of. ie gavOe over the ea- "mre m& IWN sh es~at .
deavor. venrat this critical moment im,*" ha retwu i wint a qa ld of
bhe found himself repeating over and shate, for whet bles, wa not trul .
over to bie heart the question: "Can "T r what ewas
this be love? Can this be love?"o T UM yo, whal.er a oUt .e Ox-
Could It be love at an boor's ae, The ford wee to Chartsug rout oaed.
qualatance? AbsurdI But be cold llrkwood w eted the fatct with a #f,-
not laugh nor render himself Inseasl. ig w some roeie that their rtde was
ble to the auggtion. to be so abort. IJe ay of his
Bie found that be bad drawn the low saufers ftomn "the artiste tearn
bolts. The girl tunad and rattled at lorn s ta.e" h wa saUtely d a cemarto
the knob. Reluotantly the door opened n a spoken wards auof ptely isad rat-
Inward. Beyond Its threshold stretebd bywo of pase and Xrt.
ten feet or more of covered passage had be fuly relieved her aain
way whose entrance framed an oblong w vo e d all that perturbed ber.
glimmering with light. A draft of *Tblre*'s one thag more," she said
fresh sair mote their tacee Behind |,rrsntty-"sny father. 1-1 bope you
them a door beaned. will thinblak charitably of bhim."
"Where does this open Indeed,. I've no-raeson or right to
"On the maws." she Infohormed him. *!In oe rn i."
"The mewsr" He stared In conster- "i was afraid afrad hbls actome
nation at the pallid oval that stood for ,,i-ht have seemed pacullar tonlghtb
her face. "The mews! But you, In .1.; l haeSThere are lots of things I tlon't a
your evening gown. and 1"- *,w; a. 'o .| "There's no other way. We m t rhaps It will all clear up-this trou-
ebhane It Are you afraid rgsna4 o ppad a pp s oudr. le. of yours. At least, one supposes It
Afralipped by? He stepped a closed the darter? omenow, uer. Is tt S 14 Iruble of some sort. And tbes you
clipped by bhl and on. He lead the a'rout? Myoe oIt a quid an'" tll tell me the whole story. Won't
door, carefully removtng the key and "A eaT' Kirkwood tadsted.
locking it on the outside, then joined A pound WIll you burry?" "ur Kirkwood Insisted.
the girl at the entrance to the mews By way of answer the follow seram- I'm afraid not," ahe mid. with a
where they paused perforce, she a bled batily up to the box sad mstch. mile of shadowed sadnes. "We arn
much diconerted as he, his primary d at the reis. "O( ashp" he to y good- mht toa momentt or two,
objection momentarily waaing In force eln sonor amy. nnd-It willbe goodby as wall. It'
as they surveyed the co itlo ir The gloom of tsfel ad clesed unlikely that we shall ever meet
Amscnblmg their swaps them briet ere the lights of the Bo3g aai."
Quas4nt mews was busily ngageMd -the-Pod 110ed 6by and the wheel "I reftse positively to take such a
is eNjoylng Itself. Night had fallen begs to roll mr easfl. ly Klrkwood gloomy view of the caLe.
sultry ad bhumid, and the walls and dtew back with a &th S relae. Sbe shook her bead laus g with
doorstep wee well fringed and el. "Thak Gold" hIe sa softy. him. but with shy egret. "Its so,
tered with representatives of that lass The giri had so weeds OM the less. We a leaving London
of Loudon's population which Infests Worried by hei disaea, solicttos this very night, my father and l-lev-
mews through habit, taste or forie of Mt the straon ld. sh d might be on I and, for that mttr."
lrustantce. the point of ttagb he let up the "Lastaig Mgsalt d he ecboed.
Over agailt the eatrae whberen shade and lowee tb window at bar "YoT'r not by any ebaae boud for
Kirkwood and the girl lrk, coa sidie. Amalea. are you?
founded by the problem of es*apng 1 hie 4 mIt to hl eo laf ped In bar "I can't tell W.
undetected tlhroab this vivaleus eeMeor. A t e dark mu Woatery "But yo ea los mo this--a you
ms L aStable door stood w o, r belt shoeen lae gl i the hookes en the Mmu aspeldla
Wn a dimly Hlum td Intelar, j s half light er we closed, anm "Ne It Is s-quite att heat."
it waited a fouar wheele. boas, already Sbe hold a ba-eIM- at 6 r h parP. Of Sever' he cmenw savage.
khibed Iso letwees e sabsas, The other ha Ul tUrn Mt eddt be a I a haeM say aet
Its driver, a m of lesury t f t r "MU Ctro
miod, --*- agMo Uo of hs eotard, m ..t hbaty *aie we f to y a y a vry
Swes M Asbl ess" weaf t aetm s t h e vat am hea -a *ea** e sa m e*4 amy I
heed wsabed m, tua d aGtaa o te Kiroa tt to -p111t aska p~to M vo fw, Mta m ar4W
thSe rrisaaso lame & up MMA wso to raoidgdon hi with fW" a p aeyam
The mth w i he li ked i rIty aWM that she WE W O e t wth he "Ta a4 M eiy sight." d* atpd
dow his thgh c ek ruddly nl aThea eMiB black a We t e s a .o8 N P .
s easeta paler glow odM theMI WOt.$ *~ 'sldlM the '"ei omeate0 l 3anr
trew laint reie a heavy be* = -SIM N -p" ae a ay" u am _M yN Mver
wit sh8lm8g bm 1 ONe a ti 1 01.s "or AheedI aO M d t ea bo Ve nts"e n
aem and eha. T2hrogh aoww s 08 w to g..t hten t g M r. M lr. eer
0 eam Kmrkwaed apprawsed MT w5h "tant a ej V* w Ot W Well*-t
eart wo embodied t eat vuy hape 5a 1W 1Myn lM a ad ^ M t ha le"osn t m am Wa Bt
TanU y. l ai g, s algret eb i, a, the w- ii aiS a dW-s At
ineml surreuandigs e thae wai- l. M l "nse she.
g al tMaitit i a-Bam 1 n et -la o -am.
itheut s ln hm eatsu om r is
Wemg tea t euate n 5 Wt t Wta d -- A



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"If yau wf please to wirat ems .5
no. aitoe." ,
He was laft s the atay ma. .,
tp. these etm- olapsdL r
ae UM posb t sataralag to C-t



hmad of the ataml a be hewedim
the drawing raoo and agala left
to hW aws raoTIn .
'Weared, he deposattd blAmsef ,O
Iy In an armchair by the hesiarth
wanted. :
From a boedoIr on them same r
thea eman murmurs of two vol a
man's and a woman's. Th latter
lauded pretty.
"Oh, any time." snorted the Anme,'
lean-"any tim, you're through with ,
your efoundAd flirtatio Mr. OeerM
I. Cdaledar"-
The eties roe, approchlnga. "Go.c,
night," mid the woman gayly. Tan.
well, and-geod luck go with you.
"Thank you. Good night," replied
the man more conervatvely.
KIrkwood rose, expetat.
There was a swish of draparlee,
a moment later he wa a
UM totally uncooked or atn
tbs mstess of rthe hbouia. B e
thought to an Caldar, pr-
him to be the -m eeensatd with
maaem; but, whoever that b"d al
be did not aeompeaO the woman,
d as sa advaeed foam th dI



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beeheMas bhoft"

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=-f aeps. 'm ash be%
fT66wsd-Sds
OWNAw e* o". sssoue
's &-A mA- es& e.


l mas. TheO truth la. Mia
in walking Ma eas tba.
G alra rf Mas. caam
"But wfy abosod she
Iera to a we've lteve
Fbi abowt aekla*y oMu
A oorBd dows the starA
use Derothy wil eoo in to
Sask her. she told Klrkwood
Mgh, sweet voe. "I'm so an -
to tmew hea. It's auite abMard.
Sat her- to staOn ememarmy
h whoa be tather made as ap.
hem. I'l run out aad ask"-
Nae's dima whbto n
Slatanid kMt, empOlan th
dAme, so Bar voTeae ald away
ith a idas, Iap atdve m.
kt Wn tawed hia
hxelams d, p hrptsxzd. pae
Niot ae let B ethe~ob Mr.
md estp a meood Iste.
left theO trad reared, th
*bte e My the -akm st, om
e eto and deseerltd r b
hi gh men. lights.Be.
stwo. ulet gm aeve street n,
#wnathpIPm l

CKAPTUXRTM
'. 3ILLI Mr.-Klrkwoodr
MX Malleasa" he she@


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se easth a hea po


St'h Mea. ia tt sohem


Sto u lb anstos
%low ade seas ee toa


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1 ato toter W- it, -_d-te-_
ie at m"veI we aWdedwless d,
gon omle 106 Mr. thiMMe. "b







urea thi thOmuuM, Klukwoed Biby
f Te bM at thet door mU
t'- with back tote Id. Mdliag sii
IBat y ateeK t m s tyee s e, m
lCaedadef s m" iM-
tWal wolldr *appW d the tear
pateRatly, tina to o a
But Kirawood was thhbndg quikt
sht wttb a dtatbu spet barae a
f4th tMIh COlodar ha dappeMW



Wd." It ge whi the door asMi
TharA wo-iMt e t o hin saf, te A
at ett, trThe to o t ee peaWiam
Burot puood wa Ct eft q m tal
tI. woa the shoe h be etoyeds blp
SeIn Doroithy. t didfat vatnih W
toher Itietlvs. And Me. HallsI
b "ew or Mpc b meO thaea WSh1
*a" ItgtolL I bt theak sth watis



Dorothy fboud. Cla sft doe- tM
ldo L he, r t Wo Canpylar.g a
*D ppewrds Calendar was bark
wood. Hee; le*s get It stAsIft."
And he tols wot htad bteppr sps open




tloaig that thed eM at the eb
der own.Intiative. Am llan








"Thanks" saM Caledark dryly. Nf
bes hieatd Is thought ftr an in.
sft thus looked up sad fted MUm.
Uaflts with -an up-lkdAd ey
"ZMS weest a-7 ema hWes that
know-obr
er ae eyem waved sa flb toe.
btre &a d Kirkwood remarked that
ber srael wvms eaulseuly draws 1e.
"I heaut a am leave as UMSniaftm
~inS WM he aelumtserod haiphAly
ad with -aspn t of Mel. -'AM
after that-I paid m aftsloat the
un-It saes to mI did bWar a ashb
in theotmur-
Owr erathais eeihaedar. irg

warns sthrss t.y andt was
emll imhm St esmeoobsed Uusn.
Sea aaktA Nkkwerd had Yet
tomd bter ta hgme
er her puat he look save eneKis-

awe"s Wassh"e wth0@u.It has
msaItele wasa Msilahe. "a a Is ao
dploMelcO NI Caler hes eettabled L
am r IN bin tat 6"
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with a ~ M"uI b 1'is 4101 t oIbe question"
~ ::~~;~7,. ant it i te, ay liy financial
,'Vu thoewaysur psess. IWhet! anyr,$1irn asV gnw.rofmm,

"I det vast to mmmd Imsondem."
a Period Kiktweekamsoon&
a 'T LM10afdsS edt" Sofcet sthe.bb~5
go" "D. am Wm*I I WWs
4W It he eWIN 1"oewhe0owl oil
owl OF 4m he mS
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C" id bl s t a ehalinI a ths do dtham*"ate
4lt M o .tow t Inde the ctnel. T be lingered to peer
he eAMmes sting s M set AM mpey. dart ingAe that heMlgh
*wowan the ena of the taiar. WNy?
a to. he abrinka of a Then was ony one befs asw
sier s e w m i t. to that aItkf lo s od 6 ppo
3 Aseiber ra tr lft. hWO? bea sebe wdas eammeOf hi t
.y- has o e ges abord, as r hs b he had known ar a a St o efsM
-the at trip totI gdht?" beat most. It was Imenst ate .
0 maya nlN o e waterm omdded ast nb his pb rM ati s b fh an y p"t
Sa oldto the latter esti addigraf ". e It view, but he made be moUe to @a

goodIo a t.a" mitd efoar. asIf b

-wi IB I Io '^ "R ght-o!" agreed the waterman dv
I Ista Caldese ar turned back, his nmaln eyes P Po
* 'o al. H1e glimUemrting with satistactiton. "I ep p. *
wan Soo "I In I 0pose." he said to Kirk wood abruptly
SMt^-m the hoping "yMs havent ebagoed your mittod
S "Cheaged my mind?" l
t dkpspe t edp asilling down "Abot coning In with m."
h de wd el~bi"W "W e My dS arI irI mn have minafd to
'ter heb4. m to u ebag*e a to a plain proposition Inkid
Sp. 'mes lse res.pd the 4=0 m110
h wies" mU. e o o"after Krk. *uleU Cmar. pr e vigorous
St W OK* 001 a 1ay tt-0atly atXl i re a m d to b imn to he aw
* uWp =049 a employees me sebjt. "You woo't liad telling me
*. ws held aowe Ser them. Anlartsaly aot."
y dock hee Ctse deck the dar weer. and Kirk. p peP
OWNM Wy w is the lt ha wood, lowering his rolce. narrated *
I 0 at eR. lt SW sheerd wide briely the eonts sinte be had left tlhe m wn enlmag111tqm k
SOas e WWA1 tp tWn, Itarrow Pless I DsIothy's company.
S11ie, to the p9r beath Waterloo Her father followed hbim Itently. P P P
Si g tewrtpting now and sagin with an ex
SIT- dek Wi neoWd, andaddl- I lematito or prtineat questioo-as
t.in. l ri0 40t1W Mhda t hbad Klrkwood bwea able to see tb
4 stop. ns Se t tW con e. ae of the man I N. 9 Proguall
time, tave -he et 1 personal tP tret? The negative aMswr enwd ** *
i. te w IawIm WIpo to disconcert him. r" moo r 7-s i
As the bo t united meath London "Youngser, you my? Blam' If I can
brtig t edari mapUtence drove lay my d to blim Now. it that
him arGi M g mat teAk to tihe gua Mred- P P P
I way. i iest SW etolteM Kirkwood "It would have b laImpossible for
- -Ct"y a-ad t Me h May balk M"ulready-wboever he Is-to recover
- apjMe tihe peddle bos, broodlag and get to Craven Amt befo re we
I iOeS, MIti, after -a t lte0rptad dM." Kirkwood pointed out.
It rn st mes th a mle the steamer "Well, go on." Bt when the tMal r. r. r
Swept It. ete whtel backing water was told "It's that smoaUdrel Mul
r frIemly filsat Ithe eb Obi t to readyr the man armed with beat PrickUy Aslh, Pe oot
I Cberry Guws ltM". Irv1Ills bha bnd. I know bim. I malsbt
I wt Ss M ter taesaity UAMTohaveyr h ad mese enough to ee he'd take .
t blyoed Credeaelt the WadMI4pNteraigwM.
l rkwood shdddere, sticking cloe V. T. IUTMAS.
I to Clesdare aies as they landed. ikiasl. Gog
I Life's aed bratsll~as bad thereto.
tore bms largely eat of b ken. fe had L
heard ot sf M. bad Weon veTud to
NiNWOt 1 eveeftcowdlag Is grim ces,
ten of poplate, but In the darkmtest
Ssheth of lmagtoUot bad menuf pie-

they were com Ii r emkiug Doe.I

thc CalmardM Mdau wat a-


Mauterag ble Involuntary qMlmn. i Ri .l
Kirkwood followed. *
BSome tea or twelve p< iat f ts a
entrace thm passageway swaNo at a ,


t&e. At tblb pdst astow pMl 1' 1



n fewhe best quare we e I |
eC rr Od tai s lt h to hand smMblose tow "led i
dos to a Srwasied t bosthe a Ns






bwnab okm the peel asses 'ges e r Culrda lewemi vwaeay .t FOR MALE bY ALL HUGGIST.
Waited plteSthe f Ntn flhom hto -
u aatmas w u Less.. Grau S.. 4 S. i
otol w- wheeMth w-ear Deethy. lte" toBSi&
ghead s.B dos -am 'Is s aftethou gh eThees .i'P mbds
..... n~dprols 5 p.atar way I g sa.ow S *. p. t.b ,. ;sI* rSI
to doe to thP eeel gssa iWeta, I ipew Msey- Prier Mr p era-nhr
A sw Se thelp 1t light!" enough to laW 5g 1 t)ii u at npssO ; BMA Aesas p G
Tme va* (ertg*T wb Nw Yorb. thank youa. pMMil5a d e{ 9
i ~ h e Jtesit_ .,"Wen. Ifh the ltie er cornel just WV m i g. wU. J g
ane4 ato mthy saiah o at f eo e I n. I won't bE wnt
seLt bbe lag bvle afltwl

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Iin,"per I nwr s d*
Ai t cpr!ve rear a losed
P "A-seem t n of his ha shod."
Basses seewepar to se frowt,*
S Browlrd andatle fo Unitowd f
S 'aUored Doetor Blunt=
eatr o urfell Ind Hod intriew well
*ingav fr sat. M A Cysines.wm
Bro W rd bi f aster and astikapi up,
Se ad pbti of ti S.e, d i
"as' I madeds prayer right thewll a'
t him ere-
Sme prayr I ever Ti St.
lbs praylioet prayer I ever prayed,
A-etaadia omy h eed
3 AWU WILL BE A CAPIDATM
oei- lrovelyd Tal to W Wlolppose
b"Ileeitea of Seno Tmfmo.
That former Governor Napol" 9 3.
reward l a candidate for United Stat t
s ator is assured ThIa Interview which
be gaveIn St. Augutine.
e. en the polities of the State, omndit r
enerally conceded that the race will be
James P. Taliafem. The St. Augus.
dtne Record, In speaking of the matter p



"Mr. Broward hpnt yesterday in the
Mty a-Gov. owar will b a eandcord
S date for United Stataes senator at the
mext primary. Thisquestion, which has
been dieet sued by the State pred t f-
Squently of late to answered.
,MAD DIRECT ANIWKa.
"Mr. Broward rpent yesterday In the
M1y and was interviewed by a Record
representative. He was be asked the quy ve
tn direct and he answered it as
straight a It was asked, without quib-
g o about the e bu&he. He
*a .that he intended tobecom a andi
date, but thatio very arlyo to make an
aouoiner and or to ledunh thi earnd
M e will be f ad a vry active
atr whom the eampa oal o fp being
a iWi Ighter and a tireless weorir. -
iWs-~hre- of he Wor e day wano of
Sat only, but omf the ab who bten-
A th hppy wM =s0 t oy sewtas edn and obthe -
o tMtte hia Un wt e asked.
11" dh d t W oare
try efostive work wad last
Stim beeti will be reld laeimed. He
h ioplalm a otoD the



One oftihe

Sthe ha muppy bn of t-day d a
of pumotieg health and happins and





.be.t product T ....
I" Product. of actal .teUlence and
aad which have attained to worldwide.

,iuai. only, but of the many who -a--
the happy faculty of aMstlag aad obti.-


- h 64edLmhykmsbio
bbbem OWN"~


Polar Star Iar C "
*' ;*^ "EN"*,!'' '* .' *.^'<*^^i^ -, ?"


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2 .... .... LOO
4 .. .......... L50


Low i Fk4 Sa, lary, Qik


rHiE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
In Florida.
The home of the Wild Der and the Wild Turkey, thewinter
home of the Wild Goose ad Wild Duck. The boet Quail and
aSnipbooting in the South. The best Sulphur Water in the

FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.
I I' ~III


Read


Th


Full Line of Patent Medi-

cines at reduced prices.
Interatoal btook Peed M ent else, my prie.......... 20
GennO a Modlated Stoak -ood aad Dr. Granger, my price. 20
ALL GROCERIES AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
emi d Ltdle umwmer Hat at Lew than eosat
You will ve m. tbnAd bbwa TTelom Powdw. and Toilet Soap
of me. Also Ced r7M-a Powder. A fall line of up-to-
o A lso Card, a 8 for 6 enta.

4 ch m l pi e, pr pair.......... .. 8
AU Kiea d a mery at reduced priees
I keep everythlag. C aod Set my price and you
Will trade wilthl me.
Your Friend
J. W. FERRELL.
223 South Adams Street
Store Phone 208


iWm Vermfge

is'


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THE CAPITAL STONE COMPANY.


WE have some nice Tombetones on hand,
which we are offering at special prices.
While prosperity smiles upon you tis fall let us
inclose your cemetery lot with artificial stone
coping or a nice Iron Fence. We can supply
your wants for any kind of Stone or Granite. A
call at our office or a postal card will bring some
of our agents to your office or residence.


Mfic on G. E &A.L LLt in f
i,.Fnmy


THE O"WOmm


ELECTRIC


SCISSORS SHARPENER.

The most perfect little mpnlement ever
made. Sharpens the dllest scisors in
a few oo Edmiso's latet inven-
tion. Should be in ewy lady's hand
er. Luasts fr e ymrs.


,Y 25Cts


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Wehave r* for y a Lmf ItoAek of
Cool4t, 1~rwS, ImEw Doo and Win-
dows, Lwn Mwmm, ad HMn : ::
Come to Us fw Your auam Goods



YAGa & BETriL HAiDWAJE C(


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flat GOODs ~ N~rxoNa~


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August 31st- 909lo.


~5sws.AZt*H
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Tallahassee*, a.o


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h liu~ ~Styles,* asm

A"' NOOK IN-Im *ration". In
si* =$s Ob owl
*0- se* mrel D- artm~nts.i


wl-- ---m---


I have been constantly on the alert studying the


searching for Live Wire Bargains.


With these oonseid*


mind, I have purchased a Fall stook for all of our de*

of inoomparable attraotiveness---attractive in quality.


stylO, and price.


Our Dress Goods Department will offer some teuptL


gosod
mwl fof

am an.



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.--aeud
1wmr
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WN bM"k


V~,r 4md Wi

iItheFhewek swdmli


Im a map?


his ratui to Wadshlsts Is Dessmber.

Mram Alex orsaw t6pqwqmpew
andet lstaturday. lie rep"S amIQ
Mr.L ff. HGraves retwurned hmsu.-
.zpaeey lost wee*.
KamJohn Clmemae, PredHarris
ald wAsh Carronrel raum fom the
*mast last week. Juft~ them ftom
thsr a~ersisethey mustbei. bad a
1'h po Ns o this de.t7m sa
series 0 !0 metasSt Ik AQ h.
bwr~ at week; sab&Wmgawk h
-%sum peachsd what wa s


aer am w'tddms ya te t
9Fm. C.C aOna It KU. Gresr

turmift Isthe mas lat Tu
wher thimjoyw thwm Wih O
fair am.

Is,.3Ino" 'w"s at LU SAlek
- F:5 -. Cern agalme
BMW 244 weM we aalrway ld
es~eIL r awTas istwdetown

~~zba=le tydby tae

Mr. hank Willims'eiM, mser~w
bas he. 0y Itlhpuetweek; aOn
060at n 9PurVIS. WeOIUp, the
Wimll be WIN
Weles. He uesrpmt eryphusat
tlms-wlth he frbof swume
F"3'?f- ay UOWNke
emm~m Apply tP"WAfqw
L W.O b yobmail eandaerw
a b s hamso rslrheuw` ww t o
d MW bwAb6


surprises of matchless beauty and merit. The popular new shades ,

including taupe, peacook, and wisteria will be shown in the ne

Satin Prunwla1", and other beautiful colors will be presented in

Serges, Mohairs, Panamas, eto.

Our Magnifioent took moves Southward this week ant
ell sure that this merchandise will further onf ourstore
I fell sure that this merchandise will further confirm our storeri


popular reputation for Value Given.


Yours very truly,


ehaW? I4


a a. ... OM& ofNANls, me
a fe w days ego
WI-a*d oea r Tlrpate
eoola set St Bt, s?49
Assessment em heal peg.


Womeil Suffer
from Diseased
AMd M" tWonfoth
%W CW" thei
wb eersubm e

kve ~ ~~O Ae e ob id~I


AO Ree, No.l s uisIWis
.the as of UMn hIs en debate
, emer weBl -as ,c uiaM pl, We
eraet w ahIly them to an
war8 Heeaey MBk i -e ar set ende
T Wer isI e may lt aoymd whatever.
dToe, soc.aMetCg.
For Sp by Hardee-Smith Co.
Jadge C. B. ParkLlli S ybhave
arrived at home ageia, aftet@ delkht
fa ummnr spet the 0Galf nr P-
eass. The Judge is klekitg la xe.-
het health.
Bwrybody sheM .ave ta o" f to
stteto e bid as M solse7 5
jewer. U


r A onies

Kidneys


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with a a e



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AND
VIF--0-A RAM~

"M T6WO=W bANS
PA5UUMNO A10
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C. R. Fostr.
f larnt Amen I
S5 aE -5zB. L RBO.
senes suorsmu co?.I
J. B. Wteld, Chtf-Joeti, Tanlk. 1111sItSdt

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W. A. Hcker, Oias,. ** Lt)% on ftlebV


18 *104. 0thate0-P-
C S. itMATOdLhao. be ligf. nf tf bee t,
ine. P. ltsatro, Jik. ll, U TackoviBle
uMnBRas CONOME Trosm, but i tIs a penit t l-- efautor as eet M
Stephen M. Sparkman, lo t District, ud u mst ard f _t t
TSa Clark, d Distrit, OtGaasllea rithe air a fd t yt
wh th w ie .lp00iemes is a .ma- 3- ta P In
D. H. May@,ed Distrit, Monticello. #. o w ll ma hn agg
D An. AD OOMNONoMs. A fd of $(00 has bMe raised too it t
Royal C. Dum, Tallahassee. farmers in pwe nt the r f e-mry etSba tewrrij unf teo
Newton B. Btelh. n lUihton. tIte feor telephone lneo, to be0411 be1 o. t11 -1Wt I t.A
R. B. Berr, u bottle river. Intl eity ad cemnset with t Ar he t* of *Jn ti
**m -TcWrTTINsTU9S TATBL"- with im wmt oanmd at the s- MIM I fa .etoM
.... .it was deare t the time that an ad- rod.
What t1he 6 atl Tle am eIs AboM t ditioosalI 00 ould be easily raised if it Quiney has asMe d thg IO esel
to Ae pUsh to ergs. wee weded Sel om has ay move Fire Alarm S a a- M-ew a-
ot e e an. T me t been dvhe such an oenthusiastle up-to-date epad tmeem. Tt y
Practically every ho in Hanekreception. The farmers in the section will ael gno i a ew vei ge
s unty, Georia, will be equipped with around Sparta were Intense in their d- on October let, whichTt et eM
a telephone when the plans of th Spar *ir, to ecre telephone service and tire eit an d be one Of thebeS i the
t G., me-r.chant s aompeeniml The *iminate the burden of isolation. State.
ta, Ga. nerchants are complete The rIn less than a month after the fund Artles of incorporate, of the Noew
farmers are co-operating with their pro- was raised plans were made for the eon- Ors sand Gulf St tes iRalway, o
gressive city neighbors in bringing struction of several telephone lines, and neeti New Orleans d saMilaS
about this unmprovement. It will be of almost one hundred telephones were a., h er been ied at New
eTablen v aly, b herl to the committee from alm sections of It .s believed the riseeo Rock Isead
ledents and to the merchants, The the county, and the movement is yet stem behind the movement, but
saleral spread of the rural telephone in its infancy. esi et be veriAed.
hbe perhaps, never shown a more The matter was taken up by the city PresM at Taft commit teee e-
strii hmli t. early lat March, when a number of en-ei d aft o muted team
It wil be the beat of phones., too, terprian eitienea realiwd that If the team of W. S. Hailan, HI'1
that this up-to-date community will farmers' home were connected with and C. C. Hilton who were eom
ave inatalled. The central ezhanre Sparta by telephone it would result in at PSmAoo a ", m"tse0 to
t perta is an adjunct of the Southern centrallsing their interest In that city three In federal ines ti pefrv -w
M Teleobone Gmny, which, like and wol d sure busionee that might w. icommuted these satenes to
t Bell lie, equipped with the otherwise go elsewhere. It meant a F aith
test apved appliance of the West- great dealt to the buslaess meIn t thetit0s6 11 a
on Bactri Company, the largest man- eity and to the farmers. A mai meet- r eeBoistel lAt 4 asneels, kbe
fetarers of telephones a Fd tlephone i was called, ada committee d WIs lateg ad the dteama
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