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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 10, 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: VID00238
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
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Smase eo the man who contimnuall;
deris the advantages of his eity asn
Dr. esok, of Brooklyn, claims to have
Wieind t north pole. But we are
from *isourL
TIs gamo law Is being openly violas
teod la allsetions of theState. Evury
smety eoods a gam wardea.
"PeUllgra" Io a Atlanta woman was
distnetly traced to sting sor n brooead
ld yet Mhe declared s had not tested
moy oes she wee a sial.
Atlamsta I to have a altlae story
biHdtI. TaUlsheses might som em d
-n so If her people wMould work in
s perflt harnmy as toese of At.

is l l, 1, elMareltaes are sold fore
Sons. That W e011 at6trsetivo to the
egarette emokmm l at hbeterars how
had t Is is ladla to gethoMldof

Gergiaf added over 40.000,000 to Ita
table opety lesO year. You will
atsG Id J aheuavlle Mad Touo
Ppm Aie4l- tat thio bIdue to State

Tho NMow erivacWorld mMys
a tme e m d skills m *st i nid
41 the hMt trailed ad th higheIt
pid teAs.e shoMld ftoash the primary
cues iS peAil esheole
Taanhesooh ao osly bring here
evry b alt of mes grown ia Leos
m qbydo the b I ldo ofat a too ill,
Oat almoot every bale grown this
"atsM of hordi, dsad atrtl leothers
GuMgla. WIU we build the w1?
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a" hot Atb
ralrsm.Mhoas yes
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-omo swtde *0apklisma*leM
is tsesmqy; ift tsy wMiMnt a w
uiM as md me sftades trade; V
they wear rei Mote values w top
wad ited it downward; it the
west trade that is seuttuMM thesb.
out the year; if tey ant T TUhiue
advertied as the oly ottom mil to
in the State, ad madertised troqhi(t
the cntry through the medium of its

We are just mintsra a new era of
prosperity. Capital is looking for tafe
ard sure investment; particularly Ia
the South.
There is absolutely no Wn.of Industry
so oundas m stt manufacturing.
And no adotry would bring more
imamdite asadmore permanent reslts.
Could TallahMassee afford to submaribe
the needed $10,000 ?
Yes, for It would be returned to her
within a single year in terasmsed val-

S very tow iavatting la bottom umls
IavWe food It pnrtable. -
So muld Talehuse.
W W ab store whb the Iro is hot
S $ msas Iu TUs m
The Trwe Demesra" is etreass--W
e glftat theo lMi ofaet eMammA
IallSihm To ow w rapidly t
So k tis@ S lo w* ito own, w rpe*
due the fellewi hfm the J macko
vie Timeo.Udm:
w w thmeead mesivtO yewr the
Soet hasb led the ert bthees-.
smpties of settsi. Dma the ed s
yar that aleed with Tuea., leat.
m mills teak s, ANU boalms of e.eno.
*agiMe .10,mhal bs .tab= by te
m rthem d Umf efThdee ms imm
thatt a* su" uI".oef 'Ikthe

of theof tZl fobeeal thaklym
thrmado ithea dsothuvete e M
obemu ,m4 al u @a Ma tie mm a

The vhalu of the prodt of Nertner

of theo Preot of the sotis faiterles
of t6lsot@* bdt oe hadof t-North
Itslati*eeti begeutg dm evy
year, Od la foworey am thelotb
win hop.&boa;
What the iustherm lesl have sb"
spiMhed the bm of stoe ame
esature Is amy a foreshadowlag e what
thea wl assem-lD. The seloy f of
thir mUsbit te theat besdm tbhe
hamtlede of m mhi n ew s the

ta sof asue. dlths b.

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AV ohms p ayi theo pr- h l M
8-oe of Tallahasee with ieeseW

AS to matter sIboeld e Ma ibtrt
Ig me to ur people we o te f&
obgk ftoo thet Pearseeol ows :
Is M rnt iwue of the Orlado .o-
peteltar we fond the olwlmg tois.


"Pnuseola. we understed,is balMdi
mlft olStreets with erosooted blacks.
We have been od w er bhw this
wuoldodfor the ourb4m orte of
Orkde. Have thee blocks by rmee
of o rameote bee m imWpred that
thMfeof a road built wi th m h
be amstklor y lemOtbem d dome t
iske a salary roed If o, mUad
tdo "t Is mubh les taN brik, we be.
Neo- hr would make a splemad md
o -r sodM nee streets. Whbo bows
1 WO about Ash mae Md ?"
Woe m mt proeped to give the fuj
bletee Is regad to the weed bock
au -a we have asot yet had time to
tmlthom e but itf our Ortdebefr d
will get the latest laformdsm fro
pavnt experta on ties material he wiU
d that IMt reclve the best emdrdi
am l d mfayo the vrioes kins eof

The eeoseted bloak is altogether a
dfi t kind of propoueloa frm the

uaIdm hsk to dot wm ; -emd i
- briski kait taOven wHaS-
Th M sa eleaemo aly asimaf th ves

mrid thest les.ger hiinm brhrei *
Omp at the brat evideases td It
Tqulde so weed Mb*k tlo Mn t we
kNew of is dle hMt ht thets At.
atg is gradu eplsig ap theon pay.
la in tht dip, hlnt brisk end as
phat, With theWend blekL. If it wa
wou aot taoe may os. a tem.I
Te dty of Ema.U Cuba, Is al6. "e.
amber mof eAt
All talk d .me. It as m-e
be se h to k.ea6pite albig @ eW


baf Am* md by of*I

IM tNeaMf oto4 td bof the .M
t.apn Irs br his ewble etterhis
fslwence to the fmrads t have bms
pei*at**s is AmP past Is testers'
-am---As**- We em bba tMak i-
dke-Oem of the paop.s hav sot
red bis letter areftl. Theis
- theat to elob the augm shods
bet teitatem-at that be wM do se
rathr than have the ebLoolt taght by
thme vhs hbd otood rtilfcte
thfseth ftaud, Od he Is rit A
toedhr that I$ a toehe, dos $me-
tiwrmre than amrey lMtnasti the
bemeW taght frm the text booka
b O her ba Ilu is o the very best
a wv wesNt Oa the ehdbldh whba
thr whole aftfr W i are to be
=NNWM a -adeMIolp er Mdl.
dats fomr ths pneMtgsUry. Mi. RoNo.
walslg bs, dff he hm't tbsm
tan* to takea tho t. slgdii, he
eoht to have ".-Dehrek BessO -

Sewe $sot lsSa MNo so Lem
ceuw styman& INhrwesusmea
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Pnow No. 217.
Miss Bmd1. Damon left Tueday for
a,. G th at Pane,.
I younM poe tten isdIa ps at

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S Mr. hew, of Uthe xpI j w7y,
i NUtis lalii iitMUrk Swr.
*. *d JoyMa dip In the deep

ofetlan was vtslte b a v re-
sad mueem needed rain onrWsd-
r a Teon Dier owt lveOat.i
.fr. Wter Wit, d CihUttal .bte, I
SMwt .rm.. Applr at. Tr, nDrm
isea was viM etted by a vwr-e
Sad mack neded ria on Wed-

m MT.9B.
Ms. WAle Wit. e 1eCalae Os.,"IS
t to f paret, Mr. aamd r
eL Cae hsi retud fbome

visit tto relative. In Hurts
Clarke sreturned VWeei.
a sll ei ntay i in abftre

V. K Et Mwterned bme lost
i tr lPof resreamt through
C. Crom and W. & Jo-

SJImwln lt nd whit" dah bas
M M ings thef CospV
m Spkbie sad emW
Sa two weeks
hd ebe the

-u m Dak wasbei #Am Ma
E ^ NN ^^v~tg.Mat
,. {iE~irTn~i--'O~i-w.

Netim Ii given .e Where tha- elty
meo" Itw WAt SeptembrtlbtW f,
f$o n tMtie of Ithre AM em
me I a" =I themselves o aard.
Ingly. .
Loe~-Nr Ldme Hotel ** kme
endored Y A J.. Potoa. finder 1
retra to Hotel sad rectiv w
ward. wlt
Boulevard z Chseh has teI- ed
100 opera echis this week. That Isa
moat genrou .umma ne tik, Indeed. and
take soame prrelvoe movemn t al-
0104 mnoathl.
Some claim to sell at east land .e
below eoet,and some advertlea thels
see sals, but Chittmadea & Co. arr
the beat grade of goods and expect to
sell them at a legitimate prodt. 14
Miss Amn Ho r, of PlantCity,
SOMWdI tk a mIexaamnlationilan
i dl ormh I tio o 1e of State
intensdent W. N. Holloway. Mis
Herrn Is a tesher of tiUme lnmaage
ia the PflaitClty bighf bhooL .
Mr. rbert Gater, employed ,ai
the h aClslt'soAe has bathe
pM e of vt from ~s mter, Miss
Patw hnter, toApd over ain
Talth"- route to Qa where
omis going to teah In the public
Mis OGertde Chittendn lst Satur
drr atnd6,ekther, m.s.
to New Iorc City. They
wi bouttwo monte at theVam
Only am s In the elty where yo
san et a W-MA -b tnak, ask Chites-
deo aCo. Cv Zvtanse ofowmagn
one. See the Corner Wdow. 24
Tb ve will be aIwu party rive by
td Wid t e Bornv N. 9. Chursh,
teeth, t frtst of tiMe amh W that.-
teeeon aOd evMeIt of September 17th,
190. DelrleoeMlhe, erewm, sherbet
and ben*menad eand will be snkL
Coam an brtg you frimd.
Dr. Jams5 Readolph a"d family have
beeakffft this o" Tf Col"tr and
Mrs .. I WINlrW The Dector re-
tu"d to Chftaheishse Tuesday. eay.
Ig. hiq wife adshnldrM to extendthir

His Wife's AVwy. -Mtresl
& Pringl, Miatwts. Vah
Me td then attrskt hu

Mir. D*Oix will bef-mbliwfd,8 -46-
lnu o .1 1 a!.el 11!11

oeer ndtioa to Tlll.mibeem.
Sin oteddo thbt he hdM
EMIdt wife wil apper hbee th
ter, n company a 1Wto Ie
sre ltat it wi be of te Mtesbmt
wder, for Mr. and Mn, lmOl are O r-
dite of reonised aMity.
It Saved &l Leg.
"A* thweugt I'd leo my le" wrteO
J. A. Swnson, WatertowU wi. "T
ye ofe eusema, that I deetoers eed
t opeI. hwadat last laid aU Th
mudekiS' Amea Shive md- t Nid
ad wel." Infalible kfor ruption,
sease, ilt rtm bo vr
hab., ,eald. cute ad pl& et
am drougits. *lWI
STbe foiowin telones have bee
Stinme h lIt .ws pr*
ftiT will. pemseatstaad paste
S~-~Jd,. A remideme
Mt B-1rd, Dr. .L, reomdence.

SV-Zipf, V., r.
&ald. W.H.
er. Mr, W. H., reidece.
Rollns, G W.. city mrketL
Smith, Milton A.. ridence.
Iate Chemist, oAe.
T"omu, J. L, rsidene.
^rMnmell 1'ik, s&Meo.
Van nmt Dr.D Wa. 3, deontt.
Waters. Marle, reawldce.
WhitAeld, J.F B. reudoe..
Norri, Aunie, rdsdenea.
So. Telphboe Cos. Co.
rty ofyongpeople, cha-rMd
ulyde R-y ad
started out to Lake Bradford
afteroMon en a t rdaw
way thqrh beM so b=am
4e ttat if ta-d to aMM MM!.


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S* ,; Mili. a dtytts i r.a is eo f et Can He bwr the voice of fptmr ti
was.B s am. t w_ 1M s or, wianSCber. SaySg: "Give it up, for whaf's the
Sll ty not et, A eof t and of woe,
Jfi f? m -- *tbtwmaet inontempt carthe lawo w" Of or.ow, grief and palo."
.O. T darn vers than a well td'r1
"M. 0 iu G en pa &Mt ith SetnsO Wd awlted i*3 set wha s 4 itse w Yea I k w .e can see through a a ,
lae agc us. 8 ad Statutes -1 andestandm ??-le Now t5 t fYke _. .. t
%M u. 14 r of th o At the hoel I am s at. I can ool with tk bowed dowo,_
s. U ad a tfc r a btt o le 5eor wrie Aowhen I wi patience tave rem t e
ael -op Batrw,.to be furabhed on u-. -u. -
omr T. a c day.7. Te i"s hel d to be Oa Sator. Sucees my toll all crown.

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ML day ft'@_hoeenrc He will plant my feet on ftgrmwe 84.

-- .--- 7,._ ,. "_ .IN '01 l5 hee la t& PSs Ilhas5m. e W His cheeri word*, lou shalt e
se or ,ws.ein a leride s tel- a eg so P. ] N.dse I Da 1 Alftof iaow what human nature AndMHevn alethy n"
Waea ieWslmbi essn m euty. ri- c. w g- OW Orf an We sto is. Who bohdreds of thousands of
sI L. ee oS ^ mw e tem k swpeople want ag, they are usually [(For True Democrat, by M. A.

sds W.. .....S........... .. oDie&3n De Don't fail teo mail T True Demo-C eofMa
:la:d:..................... ... it o :T.. .. o w.. w time _m N date of W oral tow. tt-Uy 70yu .
.s................. s s ae. Sudden Data.
*LOMa ce. aBa. J. War. UfM- --- No OW r-hbe em i -w--.. > -
Nto Iwenkfor.muth an La searS tolowU s iue thio WAeT Ao JOBT anrThni s abs
ioas Mi. of tiwra .. to. ed aly tI the. Ma-
w eae ati IA 1fm'eleWk aD*, Sep. d" h August, em fLK e T Nm"Nw T tpee Cesus
TW o aTsert swet or~uv "--h cteln C^LeNe comi. rt. Clerdeo Wa. We by Wa StaWes N
a te D bs .e m aid ,a .
ee iSeO smee12 w lee** W. S LAmITo I NT The Bar of e .1f has announo d .
i | A f Ihamebe wi h th, tao d thtreo thousand tem.por, -rt y -
L"7e T ueof e Uesl """ea u te etdlerks tM be appoia disa eanete kit c
.3r. teuT.e,., A g, TestoI _Lee wlUgoaeeetsf with the werk of taking the thirteenth asi&wllowed
a d" a-.etened mod oritlesma. etf >IHlheart deahJsne. Teir flt exa*XI'J
I be .IM sb wI b he ebrouhut the United .
Notide of appletion drtat, d a r yev og the uSea State SM ery few U.appi* n.S-ddsS I
-given a seoorda^oo 'tl4 hWU r =m ihd 3 E-d itor TrleoDmGo" Ol t mMajim f wi ofa oill t b he vbMs t-
UllU &*~ -M fvAtlantic City, H. August 31, 190. be b. 1' 9 bak. -
.e a.n ai *. Your paper l dung a Beeded work i AUst t. anet yr add tbrotet

f,,, ..aAe sm ,r.-- Neee oMM obe w rpid tr 1
on" M.Louo. .. .InomhmLe Th e etlafirsteoubm "ad
urgingmbr. .,T>s ther to" nvwthe pub-eP dayinma teegbuD. C.thtUnfthetu
na.e tt =ow d Maofy dons. aTyt te beginn het w- i
N te e _or *taxiroad _.e oe to
giv Ce CNew Jersy. Uaiuect iota5t4 Senator neIlbexaminoiae. w enw wThlb hs m fai be l ap ogs. aAbariac sm
an d MS of h ata a traelo pefet ho concim. t ere ,thdym be M aw bon Jnury5s Memp-Pan mott tak
N oti YO. paprpi.iafnt Edoo T rueilelsw ino th Mfr *ebmu hmmod ahfteruwOer S i.s ma got3

Given io Aesordac with Sa tio we., Ae. to pray for roa. But

Giftsn 10 eae Amid .wb n o Nedwok inA to pt Bad 6trles
urgng fltShe es M iSt .d cMSa f thepub 9he afternonHIw d eyI oety Sas tf a C.. r s a -a a

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secrete lemur&amy b of eot ine eoOle of Aamon other: aest oAerlankta oem

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cAPT vIL wood saoe tbat muet to fa
8 slo ln. n edan AVe the s1sW.,' Madbt
as 9ew --seM setu"" a" *de s s hie m wit a iteus~
MO ".scad a iAedle y stare. th girl gra&av
"Thee am a soamd frHm the m M- b o ge Plmse
street level. Calendar thed p ol
a had of waralan "Hero y eoma l "Why, ir. Ewoots tIlofteeU
teadyr 1e miN stensely., at M i. Halar
Oalendar turned to the beat. E rtwo d -bow mmam" ope !# at
"Sher of," he ordered. "Drop out Klweod bStwe,
of elght 11 whistle when I want MuN dr dlmtese I e wt
"Aye aye. air." him," be aiSd. "You ra away without
The boat slipped noiselessly away aeysgood night you know. ad im
with the current and ol an Instant was a ealous creditor,"
lost to sighL Calendar plucked at be laughed excledly, turning to
XIrkwood's sleeve, drawing him Into Calendar. "But you were to meet me
the shadow of the Ustps. "K0-eany," be at Mrs. Hallam's?"
wblsperld. "And. I a My, lend me "Mulready was good enough to try
hand, will you. If Mulready turns to save me the trouble, mn dear. L
gly, an unelfli soul. Muiready. Ports
"Oh. yes," assented Kirkwood, with latelyy It happened that I came along
a nonchalance not entilraly nmmumed not five minutes after W4d carried you
The racket drew nearer and ceased. off. low was that. lmrothy?"
The hush that fell thereafter seemed Her glance wavered unasally between
only amcentuated by the purling of the the two. Mulready and her father. The
river. It was ended lay footsteps echo- former, shrugging to declare his Indlt.
log In the covered passageway. Calen,. terence. turned his back squarely upon
dar craned his thibk unek round the them. She frowned.
shoulder of stone, reonnoitering the "He came out of Mrs. JIallnm's and
landing and stairway. got Into the four wheeler, saying you
"Thank Godl" he said under his bad sent him to take your place and
breath. "I was right, after all!" would Join us on the Alethes."
A man's deep tones broke out above. "Bo-o How about It, Mulreadyr1'
"This way. Mind the steps. They're a The mna swung back slowly. "What
bit slippery, MMss Dorothy." you choose to tank." he said after a
"But my father' came the girl's deliberate puse..
voe*., attuned to doubt. "Well. never maod We'll go over
"Oh, be'll beto along-if he Isn't wait- the matter at our leisure on the Ale.
nag now In the boat" thea,"
They descended, the man leading. The was tin the adventurW's tone
At the foot, without a glance to right a meona bitter and not to be Ignored.
or left, be advanced to the dge of the which MuJready aw sat to ethaleag.
stags, leaaing out over the rail as If "I think ot," he declared. "I think
eudeavorlng to locate the rowboat. ot. I'm wary of your addle pated
"But. Mr. Malready"- uspielos& It'd be plain to any one
The sitrr words were drowned by a but fool that I eted for the beet
prolonged blast on the boatswain's lntoea of il coneerfod tI this net-
whistle at her eeopnloa's lips. The ter. If you're not contet to me It ti
shorter one flowed tIs du eourse that light I'm done."
"Sat what hall we do Ift my father "Oh. il you want to put i that way
test bos-walt' I'm not eoetent, Mr. MuIrealy." re
"No: beet not to-beet to get on the toted Oalendr draagroeuy.
Alete as eeo as possible, Mis Cal- "Pow yourself. I bid you good
eMar. We ean sed the boat back." eveolag ad-goodby." The man took
"*O)ce aboard the lagfer the gir le s a step toward the stalram
mIoe,' oh. MlUtredy, to may nothing of alJmdar dropped his right haid lato
the 1oot1 r i topeo6t pocket. "Just a mlaate."
If Calendar's words were jocular his be sMd sweetly, and Milready stopped.
tom coavoynd a different Impres lo Abruptly the fat adventurer's smolder.
eatirely. Both man and girl wheeled Ing resentment leaped Ina ame. "That
right about to face him, the one with will be about all. Mr. Mulreadyl 'lout
a strangled oath, the other with a low ftae. you bound, and gret Into that
y*. hont! l'you think I'll temploriM with
The devil" xelalied this Mr. Mal. ."' 111l i.doonimtJiy? Thien forget it.
ready. You're wrong, d,",d wrong. Your
"Oh. my father the girl voiced her tliin .t ailld. nild '* -with,, ai iln el.-
recognition of him. Lke "I hold Ha full hol.l'. uilrlaidy --
"Not precisely one and the earn per. ever) chlaninlr italon." II. lifted
eo." commented Calendar suavely. weninalBly the ht anid iin the count pocket.
"'but-or-thanks, just as much. You "Now. ito with yon!"
we, Mulready, when I make an sap With a grin and a swasger of pure
polatment I keep It." bravado lulready turned and obeyed.
"We'd begun to get a bit anxious Unnoticed of any save perhaps Calen.
about you"- Mulready began dtefe. dar himself the boat bad drawn ton at
alvely. the state a moment earlier. Malready
"o 1 surmliad from what Mrs. iHal dropped into It and thrw himself sal.
laM asd Mr. KIrkwood told me. Jeely upon the midships thwart.
Well?" "Now. Dorothy, i you go, my dear,"r
Theo mn found no ready answer. He mtSetuaed Calondar, with a self aItlo.
toll back a psea to the rallln. b hi fea. 1ed wa1 of X htabd.
tare worknlag with his deep ebagrtn. Half dased. to all seeta, ashe mov-
8fe murky dare of the gas lamp over. 1a towad thei boat With eltmy and
head fl acroese a fana daoome beo- Uaemtive gallatry her thettr stepped
pe the ordinary, but marred by a blov hewr offerlg hteand-hMs bhad
NewN hbior and seamed with indul. whleh hae did not toeuh, for In the act
ms-e MeM that seemd bhauntiaty 1a damoadng she re aombered and
tar util Kirtweod ato a a ofe sweasImpulsivoaly beAk to Klrkwood.
al lmemoery ruasiaulted the por. "Od2 anght, Mr. Krkweed. Good
Walt of a a who lngred ev a t. I t forget."
Sdintg table with two empty chatirs He took her ead sad bewd above
Sempy. TMs, toen, was he t, It s wbet hs s iead wAe -tI beh
wht Mm R altm had left at the toUl etaad her beae to a liagelag
iteies ta. stroNg man, very envy sl a
cheat the ehest sad eioulderm. "Goi might." hae sil reluctantly.
"Why, my dear Med," Oaletsar a suei 6 of darng be trnd
we (attag im, "you dot seei m aend noded cool to Calendar. "WIth
eresrjoyed to mo me far all your wild pe peielea" he seait eiasaey
miaty! 'P i my wod. you t ant f a d e dw th gIr aide to the anas
pen td't expected m-anod our em. f* t et *r *
gi nt so etasrty ndersto-d at "M. Caoesdau"- h began. but was
W you feeool"- b- n tlhe ite ptod
aeah of Iroy wan est-Ed* yo "*e*-1 M- r

Spb that yap u msee tisad ge I *
o we youa tanbag e tstet I ebtwos em wat M ba,.
myt at a | amsead -t unv w-es a w-d a pe w ywr
mEes l DebeR. m r dear," Ml. O mlB *m
aoe a ssrm ea p ----1s *. Ir v n I 4* e e

ga ~~s~Um U -
fu.lssiSu -

No- ow

I m.- t Ho iyb

em -a s usu pee a em
SaW Ia a rAM-wtM yn, I
1M ot answr at4 e tmt, ha ha
ts kind aad .
OWNSed bart of te 6 t0lsamem.
Mon too tote yet,' league.
n Wt me 1ae you to yew frkao-ys
mia te friends ts th eoty. tet
l.4th midnight alght d-ew the
Whana, this atmoaptho of gstea
sad 5mplelo, this"-
"3at -y place is with my father.
Mr. KiMwood," she Interposed. &
dcavti debt him, dare I
"I oppose not."
"St I moat go with him. ro glad-
thato you for raring, dear Mr. Kirk-
WoodL And gain good night."
"Good l ck attend you." he met-
tere, & llowilrig her to the boat
Calendar bliped ther In and turned
back to KJrkwood with a look of arch
triumph, Kirkwood wondered If he
had overheard. Whether or no, tS
cold afford to be magnanimous. -sI-
ian Kfrkwood's hand, he pumped It

*My dear boy, you've been aa angel
la digalse. And I guess you think
me the devil in masquerade." He
chuckled, In high conceit with himself
over the turn of affairs. "Good lnght
and-nd tfare thee well"' He dropped
Into the boat. seating himself to face
the recalcitrant Mulready. "Cast off
The boat dropped away, the oars
Ulftug sad falling. With a weariful
come at loneliness and disappoatmenat
KIrwood bung over the rail to watch
them oft of sigbL
emaewhat wearily the yomug ma0
released the raUing and a ended tho
staims. "Amd that is the end!" he told
hIlmit, struggling with an acute sense
of peronasl injury. He had been bard.
ly used. For a few bours his liUfe had
bten lightened by the Inffableo glamour
of roaMnce. Mystery and adventure
had engaed hinm. He had served a fair
woumnu and t eM n asmorited with ueai
.hn, ways. however qtsationable,
were thb. ways of courage. hedged
thll kly about with perils.
D)ic naolate and aggrikved. be gain-
d the street. Le was miles frum it.
Panmrae, foot weary, to all Intents and
purpose lost.
In this extremity chance smiled upo"
hima. The cabby who at his Initial In-
atance had traveled thMs weary way
from Quadrat mews, after the man-
ner of his kland, re turning back had
sought surcease of fatigue at th o narl
sat public. From afar Khrkwood saw
the four wbheeler at the curb and made
all haste toward It.
Entering the gbmill, tbe found the
cabby, soothed hit with bitter and. It-
structing bli tfor SB Pancras with all
speed, dropped, Utmp and listlea with
fatigue. into the couveyance

ROM the to.emadlng elovatiUon
of the be "Three 'n' alz"
enuaeMtod the eabby, his toae
that of a asM prepared for
trouble, lneMae to give trouble a wel-
come. HiOe Mleahet eye bHttked


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**' m Wl itwpee- M"

1 4 f Mw a ilk toM"Mt ft
whPw apoa toe latter, ltag to -.
ab*oid traimh. spat oe the psve
mset at KkIfwocd's feet, gatte d up
the rdns and wbrlWed out.
Rfeterinig r h itngM and a few
Met copper r"enrl to bhs pocket, he
eateed toh vwrt and oebhoft talf
shod. In the aRt hin attention was
attracted and Immodlately riveted by
the mnneftele of a hardly luL.age navvy
In a ri 't jiUtper in he tet of making
of with a large folding s*aboard, of
whiheb the surfee ~wn Ilettered ex-
passively with the rdvlee, In rd
against a vritie I1ickgrosud. "Boat
Train Le "ies on Tr:ck 8."
fxtltr-' y Fikwood touchedd the
rtn,.n'* *-' n ll i It.;:ai" It hand.
tt tr.luzr" bw gavsed, uolrflog at

"L*.: ten minutes n..o,. hank yot,
Well, bat- Of corse I can get
ano ter trala at TIber> ?*-
"IFor ya boat? No. sir, thank you,
rlr Won't be another triane IU morn
L ', .. "
'lenly Klrkwoed drifted *way
'i l mind a bleak.
oume time later be found hlmelt im
ie steps oieaMe the statlomn tryl to
taree oot of eoateaace a tlarfta
i lo. tre mina al water advertlemeM
tn the farther die of the Eastom rd.
He was naded.d
listrated. he searched pocket aft
SW ket, loeating Ms watch. cigar eae
aird cigarette eaeM, mtehbb, poe.
kiife. all the minustie of peeket haSrd
-*rre ffeeted by elvilltnd man, witk
old letter, a eardea a square W
velope coatalah. his steamer ticket,
hut so everega prsw. Bile smas
change poeket laeldM thaa 8
shillipgB -tW aAd oit, to be oleaet-
and a be oy, wMhichb to tailed to
recognsae a o em fi b ideonganp.
Aad that wasu A At nem1 tia dur.
Ing the mbght be Ihd leat em ea1 -
niagly beeft ofT) that Utile pwum et
chamoft skta cMtiai"'ta t there a m*
s soveriM s whieb be hd bees hu.
beading to pay his ste amer espem
ad which, If only be bId tohe ow,
would stand between him and starva-
toos and a might nl the strta If
Brmotwkk were only In town But he
wasn't and wouldn't be withiM the
"No good waiting here," bhe ecta-
ed. Compeeag hit faeo rhe catered
the statm. Their were Mh trunk. of
course. He oedat't leave tim stand-
lag on the to on platfo forever.
He foumd the lMMoage oma d tia
terviewed a m eae aI-ty eoursteoos at*
teandat, who, a the rMltofprtemd
deUmratI, advised hMa to try Me
luck it 4be et luwag e SiM aeT
the station. He soeegeed the advi
It was a gregee easeldin that Meb
oeaeta b et bees M ever o the
TUbwry dOek. Tohy oonMi Ot have
boon kaedd Into the lggage ye wth.
oat hbI fp se M pe iso len I tl.amnWr-
tMag wa iable to inppem when Mh
umluky star wa in t, ttso aedat.
Be foand them ton the tet linage

A erkt helped Mi Meuadty the arto

*Sa. eas. .h A.. ebade, r.
am tmi besee t pami"
Oh, thane ye m e k." eali Reub
wood ewo .y. **I 8 eel tomanw."
"Very geod, Ir. Theak yee sicr."

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bM tovmpd a, t d ft t
t' fr the aespt alsu b

the tel tobeat ae atu
But at the Masstm his 60
sam bnewa doearr eit
had been ghtl to atvw
be was Infoh ag bs-t mmll

Was k weatM te hao* be,' a
whatbest poeketed af te lwbisH
oa bha er down the wit&
To ewove It meat,. at tho
t6r thed a lfght dow te
pawtetablye uadt mewas lt
aluin clto. tnd thic ka
mWO e sultaber darnsg
pawn hisVa leshlsateMeW
attiaon with tho soamto eel
a**. vwth a -s to be* tWW
prtathea thraoathr 91011we,,
.terdle prOeJet a tomptetasad

t8' the-tht hMb

*'ti l., ,a ehlme pot a
the M of adro e tem ttoe oi

alfet wa m tM teo holh te
bmet aMf oadatmewoe ot..
to "wn he set wee ted iW dio

.esm LA elw"nfaet theci
-e. tMa em, to kwetep at4

fa tht.hoat ae a ple wis

Deeply to wyM he hn weam

or. ratert ersptin w1i
e te Imeate Am l t sa dnlS
wtra la hl Gande-thu oy c
"fark ftry. wbt be t bh o
hambt poctk efter ilmt t
o" 1lrtft to teouse wt W"
He cme to the Hoteytier
uts w dow won dim wtme n
turned detgt. Down te 9e
alleyway Qadrant mw ept
davik. et Attflly llered by 2l
r t io rd d wbheb t fhe, dlyet
tone cloe and f thick.
Ther w tt v be to
as ultaf, threat sawole wtft
Smtr betta Hke a serf dr fM
nd took his ebace. Rotteelse
verenat deolar UP to bilg ,tle sMA
t-:r mse (et that bhs bht -m~t Si
.*nt Ilk* a ehtanny pot ea a d
be Sp oe lpd pt "dowr
tNd way alt0 eltw JaOet tft.
w-1ll8 of Quadrast 0w:"M
$my to, he abMrpel enwfofmet i
urneMmeen k. Bfet. ow %i
ideafy to mevo nry @urt
vhrbM seteSO RIt CdOtsOVIs e-M
at mt wiedththe t ws fd a an m
*o***u -e tMo s o f tto city r
tl BIest tet Mte h, M

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truculently at ab Met abre. r
'a' ala." he MSatad a elverly.
An adjaceat ht theretofore tabtreb -
ad policeman pitched ap hib ears ad
assun ed an mesige esoepemis.
"Benroodeay Of Stairs to kia' Pam.
eras," arn[" th cadbb aaitlelyrw
"eevren ase "t hi radi-t4t e ''
Kirkwood seatd od the o r station
platform, n tho *eatm to tohrd
dam wallNtg "oeem uosUt-m- to
fumble three~ Mh peebats for aOs e
ive soveren puase, he t lhekd
mildly at the man,
"All risht, atgy," he M, with .W
elSc purpose; Wu get yow F ae in
halt a shbalk*
"*Three 'a' ler weeod tOhe eabby,
tke a blow atd a PdMe target

"Thor '*'.g eve@
OTear .aMIOb 'd dit

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lifl*** tam a -

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so i M av tdo WWtI.

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"low.N h -n u.

the peal oiPo"te
1^-Wt h4wsye

i # s EW to t-r. he t =uI
Oa t thoa wb madty Mt S

6 te. o an W St2
Asttwt sd a lttole happwea

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eastgh to-sPeM t Ma
whgH*4owS Uattee e
metmm dep otepet U
|jiwMee *f**w***m e P a--M pi
advestuleM adfbhd bied hmself

inat the Aet im d no tomtly
~Bt~*h Mch he had e-dt ome- da

-st $gt ehe eassa ogt ~

Sapet at he was
~~ Me ssaldssue I~ ach astes-&
t Mtepg Asthmeus Isa Mquel0
,-' u, mI- gsl a as 8
*Jfattw w vowta of -*pt owf
OandM *Wet *Of *t d *m *t f
ON to W w tret he woas

*SWa l a m bm% a --- a**

Wr an" aua ftf
w 4Wrt to Sao man -
aatham"he t"haw
~W him Me hada-

: E a&tla *mr expe* aftr is
,tf pat I nI t s thee w .

4tbey tome of Wfrtwooae' tfekoe
s.Hgwead as so bow* that ws
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ne into muit wm. iteao idWigm

b etevy IsteMtal wssAw.rm tW t t

amone nut mobde Ina a fraom
bt aed seepad bwMk to
e will O* eO wasMe for h.

oalosmo spped mg a theM amube-
*to *nad base a wh Mq
ta e to dt Obvf tWy daM

mos t new tse tias Of IN. s o.M
6e Bu md himaetil t ew wa somehia
rnflmrely outside of Kirfcwood's reebse-
a meH wold as se hat e tougt
10mooeter, say. Calendar-would

am whee i the tMtter, neeMbard.
Teer dovlt' murmurd the yinag

S> "e- mec be tn a petty bead
e orvimr Be knett feeipn*aea

s taw ng beate, aod pt o bsad to
Sts th=t tew s A wam sweat

uwwmbsueblowawms eepeawast
thMM gatas petM g rthe Laeag W.
b inpaN thtinkn hae the wati.
'*haggt hotorD. OTevtouly ttWt

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ead. sk in j*ue Ay
we ask as^~if sees W-***- *9 W *f

-w he Itaee-stohi, wuld 1he t-
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. mother eaes EW --e--a- bewth

~ inferem ben the insdeat o
M Pelse darn bmW sHeesse

at thMM~e o atheeea
* toy pWedsffostor mmal
1 upo1 p the N)ost, sMl a
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In,. th f tple w eshea wa bks
t ehe tM. S kmy IMhes t Of the M
-4* w, the fob pocket eof the wMhite
wastmet-be romud a emeu old
mtebbox pwced tight witt was ye.
tui and. bmhtin bimOlft for emr
stpMfty--be bad mved deal of time
sad tembe b t nking of this before
-ligbted the cadle.
As Its glMe flame shot up with
carme a treor, preyd spos by a per-
f otx"cmmsbleouma.h.e botrat to
examte the me's emntlsamu. The
arm whki had partly hdda It had
ftes beck ato a natwrl positlom. It
was a youa Mce that glmed pallid
in tuhe eudlelbt, a fae uslbed, a
Uttlq vapid and Imlm at, with fea.
tore mgunS sag m at. betraying fwg
char rtee theraw the pWrely
aesative attrsibte of a e rtr as
yet *tbrmei pemily uarueMe.,
h the esrt of date that e l ght
hbw" IwesgtIM m ememt erPig
thrthm and ped"ng ams thas" t ht rft
had impressed lma Its ewer was
pIbaMhy tto we ttea twely. Is
hi attie ter was a sumpisa ft a
ftw's preiAsemn, asde- fre its sems-
deta edatray.
*4 mt lte mMi out at at nr do
came mawse It we met tm em
pee doS h bcmhruit, oa 2" bee

UhiIsohbsaw"aid o

zkrweow b"outmeemapi m

so ownin w dam. ies0

p" patime0 be-omobo.
a"* gia u&. G ru swam
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we smo I&#hatsme
w ml be Nlts-V
bad ho's kr-t6ma "f

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s e me areIIaotttore hap wh.r w Ips sIm a- .
-li Rli. t pv t llthlIIyIP Mgnrtemd CIJ ts
*was whh to- anlm a Ua me iaote

( o w oi sthdm Iu-tt oe I
het aw thk isoe Fresis Je.p .
dipt wIa 2 his w*yes. opIe ti lk"6t Beopial &I lase as
ass 1 ti1 o10daelight, were prheudmue n

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* blem hedabae i ta er- t at os auga nt t d-

-hae Iore im so for th,. t he m m oW ...a.
bM 'IuadelsDoroh5 k Til Je Hrngot hi s at ri n4pria
re tt5o *rI tow .COM toar.wmnitotd.
fee bsinpu h hild, hSoud arte wrey emL for5 f ia j one huntd-e abxl6nd tit
bwWe e a o one Sat*oea shartheas Winat
whIe t rsioir, "Belp i fellow, f O ttompd lag ull s etsO op -ertio
ob^a rv ft. ozo~il' p'~ln Z arm. d- _I y "J. O M *

nto- *w o rMa masy d ll eliraods m ttw tdas the teoL ha Oe
Sto a simgi patton. eDo ou r* tae oIt and ovalewd ti 7Iugdllo
Tim otae geoMt ch l awnd of Iem epinf6 emj Idto m% at a-
ost sMrnse toe ofori to rut hime, of n Florda- arMM Rao
rtmtheir qu.t.o.. ,-N- l s i"s o M Istanly

IIntur-t aIrer uH IsW bJ Kari Wfad

U3BM. thiM s owt and run for It i, y t@ound las boutl I north
Wa gsW h nothinor to fear of t MvU- 1%Inelante ownty.
rap te d If t S4 could ut prevent Six Iuo l pluantmwilhde top rt-o

hatle by EMt itowbe it per- fir Ta apst iays arusthedat thn
elMUMC wor fto him Sonietlhia te aM" m :it "b last yew.

about idorok Th om Hotel at Tp SprMr it
ou'ne taod a isto tar" Ue wai alw bod ing atda TPOb p 4bou olmllt on
wmo *ssrprIte to boar bi own voeI Of tb e *iwaIspot@ in Florida ar UI

pDu-t o lthe piegtourstsrn r oM --It
-a1thhi a l Or my head I tat "e l
hum to as gln p ou areo w at's, me for ae ne plant of sixe tyemwas .-
bap .ootL rT s t uset up." T h owa ** W. T.U. e ?cltto0

eboy adl oateim "Helpa m e ,o fnelwoll the itime
-he eher eroed child wiy so l *tutSt
d' yo? "o ri a, the o rt f w day Ahet .aw. tl
oba served Wamno. rm be- d tuoW se lst w oe died s aaat-
MWth tIe b se bsud ir and helping n Pe1WmTi esd thie teod alv of
bWr, I Je twasreGaldaabr. me of th %e eisl
btek ti e a Iis0 agai se A alo twmer M eWetod owAy at
.".tY w h MMTttoe t aBd KeyWhle Tykioshe thWd tmaw tek
mtI14twaa dam ow e em-e a rookd arftheun.
no r*he f te set ISadol16 1 oLaIRA- Is1 f t mi t"esre fot 1*
*the -- _m _nt how

me fta i to etut. "You don't SUP- Wetbul, hie nwoumt lv attemt
Beo|dw a bo eop r ae eme trylUsgto
nobW bow ibO TsOf &tCarriageree he the sas
too" ap M the motte as welastrse hhof a b w
amt m J4 aw- (presumnahly) be We knew new were Jacks B3m
war Ka hahed --W ow theaMt- Stalk of miiro -r ame, rew m hae
tfSe a tey Wn the WdorWSemws*tSb ar,, Inajoffa rattqi
tljuy *udlaft 801M b couid w an on of clooss that
sbo dOe itoG qeme with a slmam. wbi r ft 9 Of
Kirkwood moed toward the stair M m w eha--
heam sd drw bk. with a re of d41 W daGmmt 1 dam't wait earI s of
W ToeoI SM"hen d iMel isb~t. AprilsmttmptaW" .1 Idesthe.
WW -Ri w hewas cut- emSoG. MenGedtees hem RO aKis bo.
,1y. pe t asok
eas ru aupstai atd u, of acoure, a aad
bt tohe beie would fotea 1 bUs fbwMa paragrpt: 1Oa1Tdoay f*
adthls we* mr.JoX Nia0te6, who lUms em
e btth md up his coatsettled hs the U r pm about ou Ile et of
hat em htim hed sad moved Mar the thislty11, t t itto the Valle Gst
bAia f whe It ra ted ae the floor. sh a stalk thatmeasurA d nUM
Ow gli04Mpwow uld sice to show him =A a half feet inle qtha" state
the tsaothen esaYoetf the Mitfd allthe
tMtw at th ntloIaU Of oolard h-eave fWamily d srd for the
mo" of his toot put out the light; ib* d osnettftngmquite a som
the-pewhaps-h might toab *le to fortheir slte"
01w a brief pauseM kfd ollowed W. C. T. U. Note.
tW WMis of the door, an ithes e ater- The regular moathy meetig of the
Wae were staodng, iWolute, 0de1 WoMan' Christialn T peore.. UmIon
detd^ whch way to tura. bet abnuptly il be hed Monday aftersoo. the 18th,
elmwo h the gimter o f mose hS t t M Baptist shurch at 4 o'clock.
nuot bey*lbes ha be d"est Of he mPan tag we

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|[La Lae adayl
To begin with, Trinity Sunday school
S owed an increased attendance due to
the return of some who had been away
Si r the summer. Theh did, M all
Should, reported anJ fill*. their old
Splacee in Claues, or a; teAchar.
It wap the day for the awarding of
Sthe gold pins for unbroken iLt'n(tncV.
S" lr Ih sp is soj mething to Lm proud of,
uie it tells of a record fur punctu-
alfty ard faithfulness. It wan also mis-
ory day in this mhxol. 'lIu super-
b 'adet, Mr. G W. .Sxo,. has
SIrought will, assiate(d by the omictr.
to cers. Trinily Sunday school is
S abnormal or on.--nMded, bui rnacto.its
&JlNeaion to thoe hldren at home in
Innoreit pleasure. its
t n tile er~ ctios of t he addition to
S earch, hav inK rauie4 41,(lt) for this
purpose ; manket;n mohlily contributions
I i.ns, and devotes every fifth
S' syv to a special collection for the
methodist orphanage at Enterlrise.
es an annual rllec Lion for the Amer-
Bible i society contributes about
e an yearto the Methodist college at
S therlind They are broader in their thban some older pWple.
I At the morning service Rev. J. E.
Voedward, the eas tnt putar,
ehed a thoughtful and helpful r.
on on "Angelic Ministry, after
bhiech the pastr adminipter, d the con
t igon to at least one hundred and
jft. The singioi % as excellent. Tlhe
'rmIity heboir Improve, with every *er-
At the Boulevard church In the after-
soon, the pastor Rev. Ira S. Patterton,
Spre.bed to a fair. sed congregation,
iseldering the rain and the unsettled
esodition of the weather. H is subject
"Tlhe mistakes of a Pharee,"
takem from the incident In the house of
Mion, who ve a innor to Christ,
S; Boolevard ebuh Is us nest and bright
ew pin o the aintt ad car-
S SMtes have f aishedt r work. The
S *persa ehanrs to set It are now in depot
md Will be played sooom.
The Intermediate and Junior Leagues
S leted s for the ealr term at
60 tlhe4 o'ek toee. They will doubt-
S e ftor onl ua account of "me. The
Ba I e of dthis bt day. w.nout
of the. oal order. The onlca-eloct
for thl 5bnbor. Intermedalte and Junior
Leau W re. ihduted Wnto the ofke
B to w h thqy were elected by the pea-
tor in ehare in a short but imnreasive
talk followed by a rn r for their
Iwldasce, mtregth a d .o in the work
aeelgw them.
W Itt giving their names here, suf.
i t to say that a finer body of young
S* avrer stood before the altar of
to a&w1oe the leadership In
SothVe Le Nue. With tbese
AI t e mesbra back of them

iof the servIce, ed by
wy. L .Wedjr waa o epel
.- r---_- h T--, 'w varieus loaiI pr-
... "nl,4kLA- D0md. mOeexellemnt

Iko boonv#on*-dof t9
la km*w l byulImm a"
m bum fa dm w ho h
Wmsad M* bemled sn%
6 *0 welm mand p0k i'Id
"Obug daMamoad tbftaelow
-m- IeW1! ~gS~
dm bethiudam sad dim
dth6h ativfo 1w b vembrh

dU of amd w e~Maa elve

d rp m Mbd m isou~

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"Polar Star" Ice CtW m


Quart Size. ..............$ .75
2 "s ............ L OO
3 ." ." ........ ... 1.2
4 .....****....... L50

Low in Price, Sanitary, Quck Freng
We have ready for you a Large Stock of
Coolers, Freezers, Screen Doors and Win-
dows, Lawn Mowers and Hamnmokr :: ::
Come to Us for Your iSmmer Goods


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Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
In Florida.
The home of the Wild Deer and the Wild Turkey, the winter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Dock. The best Qual and
Snip abootg la the South. The best Sulpbur Water In the
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.




Full Line of Patent Medi-

cines at reduced prices.
Into- Stok Food, 5 edat ews, my price........... 20
Geras Medated Stoek Food aad Dr. Grangers, my prke. 20
S Mea mad Lades Samer Hat at Leas thas
You w ave om.tMbd by bit Taloom Powde ownt Soap
of me. AlsCn 0* sd Powder. A ftat oe .r upto-
Pt t a, I8 for S ets.e.
L W. 0ML Ctl Lpws aof M50............-. M
8 b"sh _m i e lee iMare, pe'r Pasr... ........... :
4 l ---- we_ t r- le- M hage per pair....,-...r...... -
1 keep -ad ei e
IwooI51. 0tamemty medye
Tewr Vried
-3 S Ada208Street

Mn. J. A. hllll II iMele
have nt Md f an -m f"er
al weeks at La.



W E have some nice Tombstones on hand,
which we are offering at special prices.
While prosperity smiles upon you this fall let us
inclose your cemetery lot with artificialstone
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.

OffM e on G. F. & AL L n front of

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I have been constantly on the alert studying the

Aut bw in ;2 uakbew
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styles, asd searching for Live Wire Bargains. With these oonsid,

rations in mind, I have purchased a Fall stook for all of our d'e

partfents, of incomparable quality,

style, and price.

Our Dress Goods Department will offer some tempti


boiw we pomokemolfl
U.OulI., ehslvmmo~sd ILG.
& & *M W. A. Rousti
W 0~ Afty

am a nou m .~mIus

bdIat 4tw hmu d wa me s
go3m. W.m OmdmsmdudEA.$ 0

surprises of matchless beauty and merit.

The popular new

including taupe, peaoook, and wisteria will be shown in the nel

Satin Prunellas, and other beautiful colors will be presented 1

Serges, Mohairs, Panamas, etoa

Our Magnifiooent took moves Southward this week

I fell sure that this merchandise will further confirm our st

popular reputation for Value Given*

fours very truly,


Fwwv um.mjilewe
~~0 aMi for Was
anmJelllt OAmumpag

*Dunan uitbw tom .1.1
.hr ,.. mod".
Awntt mnqrd be. deut

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tenW with Nkiikuu bmom is the fllm-
Mmd a Ro*I uh a
Doemind w"s a brothaw~bin-aw of
SMewus.J. 0. end w.*T ?hs an
RM r. PmkWosdw",d.i-
the "tokwa bttatMimdothefiraL

MUM s -ltThu e iSle. omnes
SM L. ab l UI 3mSees Ie so110"
Dv.a 3.3. Isad utheesW.

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Nil. h~W*SS.Mads..3.I. & tenows WA 3L
Mm T.vasatatssuld aT. ?Ikd hWt I staeI I to @podsow"U

In 9W Sm Nb Applyto 1

be w bm int nsisow.s

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KUM sa Mpd NIu, riovd
"do sad krih Owy 4w, sal
duI~Msow "m i ie the
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ON AN-I -. .

9wiek Tdayor. Uia tn .
Coek -J. C. L lae.

W. A. Hocer Oeala uT. _

Thboe N. haoekleford, Tampa,
C. B. Parkhill, Pensacols, lVa.
I1. S. aKNATO? .
Duncan U. Fletcher, Jaekonville,
James P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville,
Stphen M. Sparkman, lit District,
Frank rlark, 2d DiNtrirt, (Ginosvills.
D. H. Mays, .Wd district, Monticello.
Royal C. Dunn, Tallahassei.
Newton B. Bliteh, tlitchton.
R. HI. Burr, Little Hiver,.
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lsterestlar Deseriple *of Talls*
basse Feactle Thirty Tears Age
The following interesting piece was
found In an old copy of the "Floridisa"
and presented by Mrs. Eratus W.
Clark to The True Democrat:
On Thurdy evening last the Marth
Washington K_ mtlion and Tea Party
was given at Gallie's Mall by thei ladlWes
of the Talabassm Relief SoWety. Tbhe
plar social event had bn looked
ard to with meh pleasure by oar
ey lov and adll who attended, the
l espoially, haXd emad ple pr
enjoy a prtilpsat is ap

." -a I tofgh to ra.ltksep ,o"ii
Saito thed stl aa the
Swarers at the msany amia Georas

ORe n intoC

e ta aall the aye he a
of fair maids Served lee I enam,
d otrawberrieto the Wet.
w Waddageoa Jad
Say foued a jwll at mam

J total eatumea s" had drae
uite besomli to ber Style of b(a ty.
Jafront oflonathmaimafteoorwas
a*rfnuwd a railing on etlher aIde enw
quitea llibral t U ae-
I& r ta hall. Cloas to the piatfrm a
e'iat-a brilliat rug-was sorsad,
wWd pewd thare, all t for the
o of ha taa and

Ic C M Wit h

B' il^ ^64w~i -Mrfs.

@be ealack tem ow

W *AL (K (L WO b Plow

S-.. D-- -,, h- t ,e p
wife Martha, followed by Mr. John B. was. la i
Bailey in oeetum, escorting Miss Non guibhed W
Loa, thee representing thL. CurUl Mr.. V
chdren. n between thq open blek vl
ranks of the Guards, the ieadlng couples s o e ns
arranged themselves to the right and Mrs. B
left, and the distinguished couDe took in black
their position on the rug, and the recep. graceful
dton was begun by ChiefJustkce and umse Vii
Mrs. landail passim n in front and pay. fIa l tSi
ing a profound obeisance; this was fol- d.e her
lowed in turn by ecb couple of the suite scces.
in the order sbove named then by the MrsnJu
three offers of the Guard who came purple
forward and saluted. The military then with velv
closed ranks and mareohd past the Gen- in grrMe
eral and wife, and then commenced the mate-a
general reception of the assembled Mr.L A
guests, which ceremony lasted for quite grai= il
a time. Ms.,
At the conelusie of the reception od.V -
urred one of t meet p i eventsa
of the even-the presateon of a hair Ur
bateheti t Ahe noble W hi asA n as whit
ernest of h rofad be e er, Mnt.
taed by of his boybood veracity, t3 t
as illua ird byI te tre taela M
whibh the hlatet wa al pi-
ose tItor. It was an entirely i M.:
t affair, really oUmp tuhe M
r oft tim ammnt, ad relte e-
ably e te ispeahke. The *
P. made bIhapts ortionG. a
ponwe oa o ree we uew) who M
aim ed fWTO, o in at elm e Etn i
mieem o eferm toM -h M erinN

is haletoid" OM e am t palI

T0 hmffe M=t, uwbal b-
we taehoInre l again rtes itto Whittake
you, the It M be prmmeMrvd a in I
blem of yor hh abse of tretfaimems Mate
&W a l .' to.alL" 0 er hHer b AarV

Pin.Lpnlaiui takinby. lmUr
iemelve lateaNish s thaSMwoiurfl end hilt
hathet, that s vividly reesaed to his gltbandi
memory that shry tree epoad. end Ml Leoll
bow aleMlyb pMiepe telr.- ea stomm
rible parenWtal w;W he was g ilt bead
qual the t he w ere very
isky MWtte e it he Misses
lt aasof q Chairesai
S tidUr sm IM e tk a11 lk
atsstrve fe eiM5Iig -eh u
dematof loew maed .eo
hadat ftha wT heren

wry O ar e *=ato i n A T w

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t hoftle MNri Shen
Let, ofa tna diet.-

, point e.
, C. Lang wM very attratie
Wlk ail rich whitles p
sad metableb. Thbis -rw
lM nt, .and aMob Ia
orwhr efforts in making it
ntle Randall was attii lan
wik satique, riehy
ds =lace. sad wore
fh sails with d mate.
, e'ant eostue.
*. lwkins wore blaskges

with Jewete a d
woe rekh bsk &*
,& Wlthrop were black milk
P w wu in rieb bl ak ceb.
n A 1 -- a l4h.e,
M i swe al.on =lle lk
wsta d with owe ead ldsm.
Ma ws in entir pn Wte,
Reamey sh wasibr

f fulleem ed. iss

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of oirn*$ Nlown, it
trimmt wa etiam ;e

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of the wafth ofat sidoidne osufth It o effect.Nv
am. who bow ueod k o a th" Itw

mow NOW I* r iMof 0ymA
Lotishamd L" e- "ktq S ~to
Iane Wqd oy w Lihn~t utfor tea
E ln v SWSjwros~~4 mbas~. fdk ~.4

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and acres cut over

n House near business cen-

I can sell a few thous-

Who has it to sell?

la wr the MWUNomboS" i 1-4
ntb of ft ydim aLmd pitv rel
met very Jrteo. Good well Paews
te B dat leoatim. Prime Ul.
ae.o,, between Queey rad nd
what be knoew e Biete road, about 1
mie tfro etity. Sagu hesnm. Good
bed.PL eM0.
3 traets, acre each, near Baln-
brge road. About 1 mile from ecty
limits. Good hInd. No improvements.
SPries 0 $Wan er
30 soe os Blaoibridge road, less them
1 mile free ty limits. 6 reom home.
WeU good water. 80 pecan trees. Poer
orebard. About 5 series woods. Splen-
did sad. Ponsn at oece. Can ar-
range tm. $Pri 1700.
75 acres, about I mulm west of clty.
l od, k about O00 eres clear,
Good dw and A ral tenant a
oees. Good barns ad other out-
hbees. .ruit trees. Good water on
pubHeroad. Wel loeated. Psrids W .

lM aqet as La I dMa ted,
about mUes htrn eity. Aboeet"U a
tivatmd. 1I amr m lmtib6 wle'
"t aboet 40m,0O feet if awed. W
bearing apple trees; 50 poech tes smad
ether feelts. One hombU rooms;'
boep t rooms; baru, Ae. Old lamdan
8W i aont hi epl A poA d O with
a Only U from ktelo
statlom, SA. I. Price 1800.
1850 acreoo the Ockloekne river
1j mllee from Ockloekoe station 300
r eaoltiveted, balawe ftne timber.
Good, ne bouw one irommL
mad om room bouse. ood bamad
out- building. Good orebhard; Mae pa.s
tatrV, welt watered. School Ij amaes.
Priee $11,000.
40 aerm o Jackson Blff road; gl
a res fhea About 4 miles fromee ty.
8 room home; good well. Dark sand
lad. Psd ood crop. Prime $ .
M am 4 "es tore esty em Ma .o-
kr N riy all cultivated. Good
roatltg r Land very frtes.

IM aere about 1 mIae feCe area.
T. & 8. Rt I ruL shroeegh oth
ed. 4l mile oe St. AageleM red.
About 400 acres altiv ted. Good
dwelling and oet-bulldmg. Temats
bawes. Plenty of water, aa ettia
rnge. Land prodaeWesxeolelt erope.
this is cheap at the price. 6.50 per
50 acres on Bel Air road. 1 mile from
eity. Beautiful location. Spleadd view.
Good spring. well and eastern. 8-room
berle and out buildinL. Nearly all
ealtivated. Sam wood. Fertile land.
Will make a fne home If Improved a
little more. Price, $1000.
-980 acres near Wade, oa Florida Ce4
trial RIilroad. PFne land. Good neigh.
borhood. School 8-4 mile. 140 acres
ader cultivation. Good tenant bouse.
ASnning water. Liberal terms. Price
$7.50 an acre.
40 acres on St. Augustine road.
ailoes from city. Very io land. Fine
location. Good n boeig Afe inte
far. Price $400.

M0 amre Meae Blak Creek a.
from L Station. Comfertale
dwelln and otbUeldiag.C 1s a
uader good often Pasture with eer
faallg strm. Some ae hiekry anad
other hard wodAs on the place. Oan
sell enough hickory of the place to
make large psymint on lnd. Plenty
of Sfe fro'1. .School elus by. This is
a god r.roprety. Prioe $11 p-r acre
1920 acr s in Wakulla County. near
Arran., *niw uncleared. Tunfwr about
000 to cmere. Liand will iroduoeo
good tl -ps. Price $3 60 iicre.
0aserq ';i Leon mni(', v i.a spndid
plaatatios. 6'00 acr- u::ur eultivation.
S miles of fen. Good 11 room boiee
and out bnefMiag, I Tobasee Barnas,
Beaool and poet oee eon plataton. 9
mlles of northet to Tatlasasee*, Price
l2a0ras, T. 1 N.. R. 1 W.. See. 17,
on G. F A. A. R. I emnt hemas .
I llue to fb laf i, eleUsa Bek h
i mil Good n $15 soae.



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Of The Celebrated Michigan Buggy Co's. Buggies Just

Received and can be seen at J. D. CAY'S Store.

Here follows an accurate description of these elegant vehicles.

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