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 17, 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: VID00239
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
lccn - sn 95047417
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sQweW dgu*W; her viashn.ofme9t ; her aauifol uirq idhr s.hartedoltmem.."usit"m h pk'
Mwe O.,oswmsrbEswelt. aid saybe Whas Wmaaiery swam$ W~te t4 After a low dkm.,wham bhe ha tbuidedI
tq the pris, of aamJpWtidboommes whih awated hbb homes oafts behei &dobtk... ave esseft him, lt ~to WUl
al me travelsin the gras Northwest
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WIN everybody help toward getting a
Seotte mill?
It i Impoelble for a selfish man to be
a town butIl .
Of Commerce
4 Meets TO-NIGHT.
An. active Leo County Tobseco
Growers AMoeiation would doubtless
S ldp thinp.. .
F~ a
Remember that YOUR pransoes
duired at Chamber of Commeree meet-
g h tonight
A Msueeshatt man I now harmne-
Ig the em's rays and eooverting them
to eetrical eary.
The thirty-fifth annual seonvetlon of
the Amedeea Banker' Aseesiation is
n sessie n I. Chieago. .
Prise of meat Io advaneing. Are the
L s eeounty farmers trying to Improve
the quality a*4 quoatity of their pwrk-
W sdbo M right when be says that the
mvlUtion of the air hI of far more
ieoMemeoe than the discovery of the
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piftem cents cotton is now the ftm-
we aalefn, and it ought to r ech that
prios judgIan from the small crop aes

Moore's poems may bo brought up to
date in something like this fahbin:
*VO morn a Peary at the gate of the
PIle stood disoeonlate."
It is rumored tat TalIShaseA is to
ave a newspaper to advesatethe so u
of Us whiae layterots of the state
b the foerthameotar atstee.
The Tree Demeermas saliato eerh
ae.oe from am the ily s ate*ra If
aw ear b a noet gives attetti in
IMSpape dr S ea mm as fer tIL
f -w -Ml-UM -- frt
made tham"e est dIemseterees i
m "inass, Md Ms bas espsM i die
a-mp ar hff d tMae waaf
e otefk 1 6"eo a Eat
sh tAwb maara^l aU-Bs W mapeO*

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AI m- --be
. hNsaMk hw o tbo oes6 Pk, Bo
.tew fatsMay atededd t-o It-b
mame is whe 1Slmes weanb.L
The Chambe af CommeN I eas
eul metooae toaigh wi mdba s
t6d the peliminary ~e3a se pte
sMlsM of a eottee rtil in bThhese.
Sei ,wi etn every hdp sb

.[ is my Wadtoeag byeIT
.'M bees put mnder tMe be
werkem f tai gee
aOwem of the bhue d e m
Is M "ne lobeeted how-
sesad th" they 1W Jul
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herm a atetWOW

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levely 0 IN i a- mauim rhis
A *sbAob- our !- nem- h

soew" wihhe .advahmte W9 ws e
.vorloohingowr duqto ta ode o wd il
owd postery.
FlorWidaIs bslag a&dvetsd a as mw
befor. end the catalist math av
Men, be inashod. Unt, for the -
of yourelty ead setim .move a Ponrt
in All wed jolaff. Yen WD WAa hWn
tntere domindu It.

'e e m grending and syrep
making season Is appromblnr. The
True DoemeM rats a tra that Leo
eoauty ftarers vwU td It to teir in
tereet to t p their prodet i bet-
ties or m. Ifn rrel it is soM st
the veTrsowe t pries. If t in ma
keeps wl and is always la a mehmet-
able condition. Tbme should be a bg
syrup eanbg industry l TaIlahbasse.
It wes s observant Gorgf slered
womUsa woM r.ukeet Pis tTaft:
"He lood Ikea man that is regaWl a
his" Timvkrt di tUsI tldia
ted regularty ae MsI to pbe t to a
ekt rme tat. On his tewr o the Womt.
ram eaet the Prealdent wWll boje
ad to the par of twsty-two. bam tos,
aS meay ladmeeM and fve blg dleAers.
Temptation Mad*daer willU md for
Afty-ight days extmding late thirty.
two Sttes, two Torltaries ad a it of

Mr. Taft will be sxpeted to speak
with asomram oem tim tarim. hil poles
and msh other matters a may asfrt
the atimal ladership Ie Mh party.
The there aswe sthe. bauets. The
trip is to be memraMbe a m g Prml-I
do"tol wiia.a arsMuOd the eifle lb
Its aoaties, its explauatiens ad 1ts
We treat that dally golf on the Myo-
pla links at overly be Imparted to Ika
oat distnlaglshad playr the eadissem
of mlmld, hed Nd stemash eamsetal to
those 0
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shoppers b sow bashteg 11* ms

sm"etsois aytm pbmm tosad Odlse
ffelibs. mere mpeesis.9
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--Aematof his..dldssfor S-
P.~l aoflalsmfor geramo

Royal L 3.CauII thenow Unite

Aoms.In the Repubflm party in Vfr-
ofinla udor the pnomaudmlistalsbe.
Grw tthugs m epested .ofhWmby bb
Virgtqs fiensah d A)isu eemfle*
Poe"ta thet be wo oaImed C.'Dee
amsh.. epoeemItsto sInmvwes
from the Ninth eam Lidn lIl trlint
t*a only Re"Wub-aupe m ltadlv. frm
WOWrginiaI a heleadef
mes WHrY in

To leetion ft Now York City o next
November will be the mat lmprtmes
one in the eoaIft. ItI i theemlty les
tifo in which b -htle Oitry Islater.
West., the A e et of wMk sea s
doubtful. TbI Abr imp"tat
aentests seonmo
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ow, in nhe

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w t iHey re sick.
A.S hm osst.e r, Mooroe
St.S I~S 5. I "Advan-e.
Tlos,. pkdieh to do in
brnggs ma fg emplaint. My
bck treM bled m a, and at
time the esimi w- a t unbear-
able. I aiS had rlhMlittism which
sad m week w S8ometti
the kidney eWe re profuse,
them ssam*al t md 4WIM wer,
always atteftd w ft9 BOOna.M-
tioe. Aetho a ia as dvice, I
began vsla DO W KIi Pill, pro-
cEurin them at uI -fmth' Co. a
drug storm. They tI th desired
renef, and for th IreeMII am glad to
emdore thee."
For Meia by l .1 de .. Price 50
ceRnt. Foster-MUbr CO.. Buffalo
New Yorr, *ole agIte for the Unitei
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other. 28-lm
Wr eeIe.

Three t rml s room.
U North OGded.o 8L

V I at

Wells at all depths and prices.

The Deep Well Man,
Havana, Fla.

A. R. & TIWWV &I O, PieplMem.
Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing

No. 342 East

A Spcialty.
Clntlon Street, Tallahaese, Ponide.

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Real Estate of all KindS.

OM". *pat Oo*I11y BjwAr
DwilEf~ve Tell* ha m PIS,

Timber Lands,

eat Over Landa,

and Phosphate Lands,


Are Bspeelal favorites, lther to hay
or sell hut will headle Parm SLa d
aad *lty Lots, attend to Re te.
,lt e aI eft das foer PdelIty adl beM *So e
Ipey a, Myla l.

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Patent Leather Pdoh. ;No brb ruadh d

Randolph & Fenn.

I Meedss 1.1. UU.2.W.K
W. ..tsM.s-..aay IL it
_____~___aot iito Whit* Sp~gofmeal. _
DR. W. E. VANBRUNT, h t i abiles we SStetI'd ss010*
DiriTTT, merUM, ande M pmat Id le W
PnowN No. 257. on North Adam tare, .u .LftM,
Chamber rftbteen ses of N f W IN
Of Commerce i w V408 09--Sal"
OMets TO-NIGHT n iew 1 or
Oysters are in the market. The Tallabase Distriet C] cuts
Several big rains within the past forence wIll be helM in
wek I hner Xl-2t. M. aO b .p r e2.- .--*-, .
are expectr d to e prmnt. A Co. are
Graham's Silver Polish at Swet- A burning pile of brush on No **trade C mmMs
's. 30 Momr, street, .May a t, th Portow, -.
Leon county ls harvesting a big sur- the firm slarm to b t arad la acc
plus cirn crop. necessarily brought oat thO u e be h. telel h i
Hon. A. C..Croom left on Saturday re ld High
for a visit to Hot Springs, Ark. Head rters for Tdllormadi e S i ra T- it
Mrs. G. W, Saxon has returned home Chittdn & Co. Why not let tea l of Miss aIJ
feeling much better for her visit to takeyour mare and hava Sutmed- a- Th
Panacea. by Ed. V. PrieACo that will retain qm morning at9L a. .
Frank, the son of Dr. W. L. Moor, is its shape util war out. a
confined to his bed by a badly sprained M.lm Temps C d of Tbom ,, -2W,,
ne., aAs been the jest sb w eek of Ihr ....m s. t -
The "llaan" Shoe, no better Shoe cousin, Mis ents Davis at the read A.. kill it byut.
made. ,Chittendn & Co., Sole Agents. daneoo of Hon. and Mrs. oster C. GOd. st. mulat ,
80 uson a preventinB thatEI3Bu
Mi. Bessie Damon returned Wednes. Clinton Dawknas, who has ben 1 d' tt t ll appendciUgt, cl a
day from a week's delightful visit to In hisaholdays at his hoome t alTs- h a ll p ne, chills, aa M
Pansces. hasm, will leave tomorrow for Atlestaa si odiJestioau 2ei tC l
Judge George W. Walker has re- tr another term t he School of Tech- mnl
tu rn e d f ru m a p lea s a n t s u m mn erin g in .. .r f l f .-
Virinia. Some screen doors and windows for ICt eow d w..ndern, produn.tiveess
Mr. H. G. Hayes, of the State Tres. sale cheap, standard size. of ear e, Mr D. D. Cureton bringsto
Mr. H. G. Hay, of the Stat Tm- 29-2t R. T. Hodge. tM a large swat potato gm
urr's office, Is takin his vacation at nt- s H o e. fl tem pt out the atr of Je,
St. Marks. A. 0. Smith, of the Jese French Pi. f.A '" u hf ., ..
is lls anoCompany, andw ife, areD O mW ewi alage crop oIrish potato- _
Mise Bly Pickett of CarraMeissre man ested the house of aEaa s make another crop on ths
the charming gusst of Mss lorec e eginais, at 92 North Ged e lend beflFre frot.
a o l.... r e pi street. (m UPr-Two unfurnished rooms
fo ati reproduced la p28 Prof. Niblo isa x ted to arrive mIb St., No. 2 Mrs. W.
Mi at N owl rr. 2 -da to prur,- for w mduwatla H, I __ r0*-
Miss May Alford will returnm hom to prithe plofLn Hlgh asehoo He has 'Mr. -t. J. Appleyard, Jr., with his
day lfe several. onths spent ia the ied a t eahes a mtit for tomorrow wife, to Tallahease to live.
MmddIe West. moralag. Mr. is aan xperzmead real
Dr. C. M. Ausley will hereafter w por the most satlefastory all ad et. abd will go Ito that bws-
W an of te a In the Brevard bUdding, Wiata Suit at tsh sminim apriace Ig l li ne1tisen wi 0. W. Suam
S ooro e street. leave your order with Chittneam ACo. and Albert W. Short, of this city.
Mrs. E. L Burdine and ehlldren ave and have Suit made Is eorrest stjs by Have emsalbhd ix room cottage for
joined Mr. Burdine for peras t reel. Ed. V. Prie. 0 L. ApplyatW So8th m Bqagh
esm in Tallahassse. There will be a lawn party at BaWle- 'e.
Mrs. John Burkhardt left Monday to yard Methodist ebrch a t, at whilt Dr. dwad C4 i a'G of t
opmnda week m Apalacheola, thegust refreshments will be o ofdf r b o fo--h wafo l0ma
STMs. am Johason. benefits. Go out and assist la a worthy everaSet r tihe
A naw lSchool Shoe for Boys. as nearly ea5. 00o0as Ms a et hf stadtO
aaMstruetaOle as is t poauale to make Miss Comataae JeobMe, of BroM already iabr s l term
sa have is omfortabe, as being siold will visit her brother, Mr. 0. -. Ju apesehow, an ri
by Chittendun A Co. 80 ble, of thi eity, tM Suime for t the itory oii M ttins. T raU

sor l ewtr Monday. dent. to $82 f'- -N- -it os uit
Messra. T. H. Randolph, J. W. Coln WAfEr_-BuI, per* leaed sold ". oa* OM. on.
Aud Ilurge A. Beard returned today Losoker vets pdss ahu 6a MabBry'
fire n utiag at ..Termaa. Address MNisI., t H Gras Afli a..fl
The health of Rev. 1. L Patterm A.... .m.n A. I Stp s
does t improve, and he went dowa to =w NeM s wasa o ues., .ad ,. r. --4-
PhasT veisiy for a brief stay. in WeaU tIMs.hCe A. "k'UfI4.

r.. c .. L. t--. .'aM*'r 4,,Gmme Mrs. C.A t,,,, w,
' em fews his% ahe eal w
V. Tivio9 t", mop"" Bea was CM n Cs.sho of A a a
se Imft r a few a" d ba w d. A sheeb.
Tm toa oseoMs a Co. &bag _
m fu "H6 W hv it made hUer A-se UN -

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GrdeW with Seetih.
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*etelst Ame s, Mit PMIsaJ *
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set Aemrh briae e Uir.
e esi- eake to aesthesetat
so ge asthw oty aw at of Dr.
i tM e editor t of A y pes MN
IlAe athe a atd aphysiowns
do ms posesbe liquor."
The ader ot busheel. was *lhtly
akeaged and Amo e an the reweptiso
a mew members, foloewlag the ermin-
stodued late our Union ebyour Dis triet
President, who wase at that time Leel

the ribbon smad orgeolmatin staiid for.
The were several to i taken *, but
Mrs. MKt. A. Smith waetheonly me
f the member who braved the weather.
We weeM lke to say jost herethat we
are dehlhted to oeas one of Felch& ep
bilitles sa attractive prosesme amoun
oar number.
After them reading and approval of
mimtaes paymot of deem. Reports
from a er teete ad*m fcers. The
business et of the her was the election of
oficers for the easing yelo, which em
salted ia the following :
Prs at..M. W.L Moor.
V ie eduMd t at Large-Mrs. W. H.

Vice*Presimet, Eplsoopel Charch-
Mrs. A H. betorts.
Vie*Prooles t, BaptostChurch-Mrs.
Vies. esdist, Trinity M etdist
Ctsee-MaX. M. A. Smith.
Vase-PresMeet. Bolevard Methodiast
SChereb-Ms. W. Lewi s.
RestrBiag Secretary-Mn. A. H.
Correpeding Secretary-Mrs. Lals

Tresserw-Mr. 1.0J. Collins.

Rev. AN. rH.# Va. Seat.n 14f
was the gest ot Irev..Williams
ifrm suadAy msoo n aw aMonday noon.
H deiveed a m" excellent formon
S 6aday lY Is the Methodist
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or baddefects following sOi
or bear, and overcomesthin e
iees Ity of being o !h
through the day, aw po
tims duriuq the night.
eveyltingbut It yam have kl
Ube10M IMyyou need. It bus
hi~b teoidn privaW pmctlss
WssWi that a
reaersof hispsatir. who havi
ready tried it,tmay have sasi
seat fessby m=Wlals.
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of a lack of Interest in
what we thought would
I be a warm contest, the
9 1h offer for a solution of
the mysteries In this story
* ae hereby withdrawn.

RmUS. HALLAM!" erted Kirk.-
wood beneath bla breath.
I The woman Ignored bhis
M existence. Moving swiftly
S forward. she dropped on both knees by
the side of the boy and caught up one
Seof bis hands, clasping It passionately
to her own.
"Vred!" she cried, a curouns break in
ber tone. "My little Freddle! Oh,
what has happened, dearle1
"Oh. hello, mammal" grunted that
youpg man. submitting listlessly to
her f ar ses mnd betrnylng no over.
whelmlng surprise at her appearance
there Indeed, be seemed more cowr
e*roed as to what Kirk wo an older
S on, would be thinking to sae himN
ndeared and fondled than moved by
say other emotion. Kirkwoed cou d
eo bf shamefaced. aldelog glaneeo
M d despised him properly for them.
But without attending to' bhi r
aponse Mrs. Hallam rattled on to the
S ueveo accents of esuitement "I
waited until I couldn't wait any losg.
r, Freddie, dear. I had to know, had
to come. eRcles came home about 9
S nd said that you bad told him to wait
uatsMde, that some one bad followed
you In here and that a bobby bad told
im to move on. I didn't know what"-
"What's o'clock now?' b er on Inter
"it's about 8. I think. Have you hurt
ye self. dear? Oh. why didn't you
Se bone? You must have known I
was dying of anxiety
"Ob, I ayt can'tt you see I'm hurt?
Red a nasty fall and must 've been
a. sep ever rince."
S My precious onel low"-
S '"Ca 't may. hardly. I say. don't paw
a cp a, mamma. I brought Ieclee
a tns and told him to wait, iecanse-
well. beaose I didn't feel so much like
S ttla' myself up la this eastly old
t 1b. S I left the door ajar and tldd
SMl seot to let anybody come In. Then
I ea upstalrs. There must 've been
esbody already lan the house. I
Ianew I thought there was. It made
S M el creepy rather. At any rate, I
haud voces down below, and the door
eaued, and somebodypbaae hammer.
Wr tMIWe fun ie the knoetae."
he toy pamsed, rolling an embar.
Ioed eye up at the stramm .
e, yes, M dearr Mrs. Hallaam ured
S "Why, 1-1 made ap my mind to et
S9 ick-tot whMeer i wet pasM -m
M f the stains es 0new. But he hs b
Stew me and sitre me, and the 1
a t M h a d We bet t ews
b w e fight Ad teaMtsa BL
hy bea d's a she eve ry
"*Si thn mU"-
M&M En ms"lshe d up at 3IeRwe04
ee M b samsemt S m ed ~ fult
& Mu, .KbwetwAr!"
h e hse f e. M IIa awry.
am Mmddenly. "ToIe wI lle
g^eSab to cltaNo yo plu m s N
SC tfomed hutM, with dangl
SWe e franke with you"-
*1 edet that esere. Mr. Kirk.
'9b awfly. I e-e hae hal
be iear -. looking for a ento pane
onet quite lull it sunrnn
aty paue. y the way*,"
gbated lie hlm in the

d Ia level -an

Sdefer p ezplamsMtm l ae e e.
valst Un. dite, die Fsot in7 Ib
If yoe eike, we can eadog an ses
to an atntbehsl tb JM new
your-er-ao 6n o e4er1 msmeof
apparently. and the attoatne of the
pollee bad bt not besCt ed tho i
bom too oftea ton OMe nRgt."
His lrity seemed to dispsi-e a"d
perturb the WOma Ihe ermnd fr
him, with an Impatiaft movement of
her shabouldera.
"Freddie, dear. dse yo* fee able to
" "Eb? Ob. I dare my-1 don't know.
Wonder would your frlesd-eb-Mr.
KSrkwood. lend me asn arem
"Chermed." Kirkwood declared
savely. "If you'll take the candle, M* s
"One moment." abe Interpose to
eonfuali. "I won't keep you wait.
tag." And, passing, with averted
lae, she ran quickly upstairs to the
second floor, taking the Itght with her.
Its glow faded from the walls above,
and Kirkwood surmised that she had
entered the front bedebamber. For
some moment he eould hber her mov.
ag aboot. Onee somettang scraped
and bumped on the floor, as If a heavy
bit' of furiturer bad been moved.
Again there was a resounding thud
that deled speculation, and this was
presently followed by a dull clang of
veutually-lt was not really long-
there came the quick rush of Mr.
Hallam's feet along the upper ball.
and the woman reappeared, one band
holding her skrts clear of her pretty
feet am she desceoded In a rush that
caused the capdie'sa ame to flicker
Halfway down "Mr. Kirkwoodr' she
called tempestuously.
"Didn't you find It?' be countered
blandly. *
She stopped Jerkily at the bottom.
and after a moment of confusion "Find
what. air?' she asked.
"What you sought. lMrs. llallam."
Smillln. he bore unflinching the pro.
longed lonpection of ber eyee, at once
somber with doubt of him and dasbhing
with indignation because of bhis mpu-
"You knew I wouldn't fnd It. then.
didn't youY'
"I may hnve suspected you
Now I'P wite isre that sPh hiad heen
areir'r hiti fr tif ple p l,'rtl e :N t. Thst
pii hiitly wn. the line of eniitnlilon
('in;.inld:r hril d ent his dlauah''r for it
Mr s IlaIhIis her son tl.'otahy abn'
.t,*4" e .1ewrfui Hut. on the otlhee
hand. 4 uni'eonir std -itr. ljllnts were
anq Mtillonshibl allI Why. 0the1--
"Wherre s It. Mr. Kirkwood r
iMadam, have ya tbhe right to
klow ?
Throosb snotber 1letbhatnIg peane
while they heeW *b eth be mark.
ed apis tnhe eaoi esortl of hear
"I have the right, ashe datoftm
tdIy. "Whem b It
*a"new me I be mimR
fthe ye6 0-m't oeow"n
"TIeN.' lhe mnwpeod. 5 weeMid

I smwheisa *rl thaeqhsthasn iMntM
he Kbbwees, a- *m*--up u W
bie ad to b thaeet I esbhe w to

what As buss Lii th n di
wMt oe sthe a t hat epua, mbe
W, maga Ies Im e -el MW m- W
Tet mela mi i uMl algs Is
P e idt IVl h l mai led a1 4M

"AI mi. asmmasL Its ge sea iM

t .* heme p --U--- the -- tei t

r4 teamr I kt ws M s o
*t bea-d if t N t tb-.

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'uv W ft I vwetS to fs,
"is1Ml d tbe maN, u l
Utrul at tsui ,TM
gMIMoc to ten M w Ws
WS* adiS t 'oumo. uAd aft
the thls 'ere gestisa
be u M 1 a duoos stas O t
YOW NasO '* bandaged eb"ad M
Oft""r & don't mndewst- .66
wMi n ai lam wee.
= 11064t s perfectly at-al
to hl e ben hbut up for mm

Thk, y, ma'am, there M t.
Th W 1 SMbting wrong "M
euly W to' evening, sad I 1te1M
to keep p qo on the pregles ItW
dw. 'taI. 'v* got m7 ept to
'"tW hesseg mid Mrs. Halloa, with
twhe lo ostllg patience of m eta .
seM ath a parfetly plain propoultes
to a bela fe a iower order of lateflI
gfe1e, "is the property of my Mf.
Arthw rederick Burgoyne Hnafm
of Cortwal. Thi[ is"-
* "leg paldo, ma'am, but I was told
Colf et OevW Burgoyaf of Core-

"Oloeal Bgoyne died some time
ago. My is his heir. This to my
son. HB eaM to the house this eve*
aig to get ame property be desirel
and. It sem. tripplmd on the stairs and
fell ncfbme. I became wooltud
about him ad drove over. aeeom
pealed by my friend Mr. KIrkwWood
The polirema looked his trbloed
statt of mnd and wagged a doubtful
bead over he came. There was his
duty, and thee was. opposed to It, the
fact that all three were garbed ta the
livery of the well to do.
At lexth. lurning to the driver. be
demanded. received and noted In. hi
memorandum book the license number
of the equlpage.
"It's n very unitunil case. ma'am."''
be ".ol.>rl.. "1 'oI-'w yna won't 'old
It nt.:il'rt in-. I'm only trying to do
my dly" --
"\'Il rnf1stgunrd our iro|perty. ou
are iwrfe'tly Justlffed. offlcAr."
"T1h'iin! you. ma'ann. And wou!d you
mind rivlng nmi your cnrdn. please. all
of ynou?"
* "Certanly not." withoutt hesitation
the wi..uan took a little hand bag from
the seat of the carrinte and produced
a enrd. tHer son likewise found hit
case and handed the oleer an oblong
"I've no cards with me." the Ameri-
can told the poleman. "My nae,
however. to Philip Kirkwood. and 10m
staying at the Pluts"
"Very good. air thank you." The
MWa penelled the tormattoe ton hit
Little book. l Th-a y. m'an. aia

Mr. Hallam, s lGery to bare *
taised you. Goo$ e-ingo*
Kirkwood belp pd nmW Blit m lnto
th earriags, New MNss MaUml hW I
hnd Mad followed e. The m ue.
etes shut the the OsM hg the bes
hbMo the drive. amitlately e a
wm e to motion.


T ea bwtlM a tn o 11 1W
pwaso e uw z Be A I*.-
Weds ay patty fnaI, lut le hied
NUose tme to od .,edt t, m M O
afam turoedI 'w 1 "I v efy r
1Mr. Kerkwe4 w* ymS he -

Mim Ralsam. ro pm 'S
do as erb for sto
She gave htim i was

astr a- ve eK
v-d bn c^ iS

iea T am -iiM

pl sed rmes r a t M, d Mh

pawhi gd e ve the -0Ud
'Almsto 'es tbtadtW m r.

OWh s .f t

.-Ismks agbe 4 eaad sh at avw
sThea A t atter eat@&.t s

at Ya."
very k tndey ah et-a." at
-eVery eed, ui; w twaritl K
The mas buteld h OMp.
- 'eadlessly. KElfcw* f M j
pressd with blh evaavseam. NOf
sim' be had eatoMed the rle Ms
countenance had seemed hu- ft
the guest.
"Icclear' be called sarply at a weev
Tbe butter baited. tbuadeglgrei.
Ye.-s, sert"
*Turn round. Eceleas. I want a took
itt you."
t( eas faced bim anwtfiagly Wih a
stolni front, but shifty eye Kint.

-,Mr. 90*004 eftu Ar a

W0ed gmus"edNoup MA d ew, pin qremembr
yr" mow. ITwomeb ofte
wsvt~~ 6"tPea a Ntor, WON.

"To% d-l VW* ya%,1-1

iotumo* &gang~
vi it ato o mwot so
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r t ea ortatoo M as ierbij
DgBnM for gage" y 1pOJ

tvo smvlyW t sI yitnatow toU

snay." me thi doe.".
o ew womani sokhrtw h4eaL,
'imr etll. bm 0 A"dbse1
bin as sbrive sarra bar1-
-Wuht' beve iu he ssp

tou in ivetly thtits
ftwar gftwufc say toh n et M II

F"Wl~timr they I -=1

"It in ale losur." te'_s

dO "mo ite tim dut one me
NMolMt it WS to trust-m .
tVery but to blI, -t A t bei
ever be toewn off the scent esaw
att OW to gromd.s o i twer
sot and L I e a ll have only

KlrkW M d Waited a in pat e
"oen tUhte 0oel to RofIBnMs.
Me did f t my f e
Ius er!"Iedm.mllama .
mway of Pmi tO rp hmi
' It an. M aueato. ,

"It "lea tm p lUdarue ame
I "eo Ite Me that oe sear
( It w to trat-a1 |.

rmtet. but to el -that

bw* ber os-e
ever te uwa of the seent t

sntdieo ireuWd. o we
oL and LI ball avi oa
wan ltil se ewe to reetlag.?
s- 4M. "W- b r say d o led

*eNpe to mee tse rUsp I

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Be -1W ft -011011 M tshe lecaidenwt erc. so
Wi_ thenarmoth onlxoe ain
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~~WS h ~ Us a a"' t V. he apunth sgwtv-sth I tsa;. nit'wa. of theb
wia!-y-f h im ea!ry r ga, r.r. r

9 'I' reIS Itt 'lN li lt I 11tf d deto '
beSI S~db es mbi b6 eye ar. it.rMA
edtDV@4~ ~g ~ ubes eef, ivt heW" $mthe41 aevtpUone theof
th brgim i hlfa.v1" .'ti tte r i 11MrSo
~ .4 seiv4 wth i. od estgib b wiIhs. 14mit ittherdsiveeseofethe bar
BhIs .m bdthe van$ am I TOUUfthee'of. W _ill~ b .~ipst .r
At to t he aides
~ nbitp ad~*S~ t~bu~ t lrw~d meda*atakighise rm- thb lif is Ufre medhim ergastFe P. P. is

iqJ'w im wmMI Ob6e1 .walkln.adis e- Tt-m'ss a.i 1-we ',-rdas.PewP Pe
he~ rme3 E I is0* S~tIha ithas do" e aotpthe ra olnaf. C-14- ite -A-
mad would have bee.tftsftch 1 @blug i iu pd hringslow lae Yu'e "it flon -esuded or
~~~~~~~w~~~ ~n u'Lt ?o eP'fdaI~w'mi theof the fira6 e namedtsbe.,Ti :.'1* !c
,isqto tue ie.MI10 m w t eft IIsiw9heW'Nevy ___
A of mine. evit'.00dabove edthe T*he tlrpdbot nsbzp asd upon_
*kgU a~Se 6 inUS 5593.q~~h ~"e"d tit yl wefeearIo' sobwageld histbead opInslow .... o
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to__ow_ ad"v W o te'rma twher's rlewyc umsb y aWlev l at Pe OP e
*4ii h iik ets Okta abl awSmd babek asoir a lbthe, WphewTheuboatd&MM Utor.Lovwith t
"a Oftars. s Whiready e. iee t.no04uo"tiosellme sb.t zirkwodand U ma.tucedchahevenuMe.w-er ighty VW ba te as.hshow a MBepy en ad baan after k66-b e w pial.O oP1 S~l410-t iv*;Z6"1
tMumri a MM*gontold t hema ChVoring btr *..bepossitieo Mpaton e fshe bb dn"
940al',to Moto sumItcbS 0M Thn yu, aid Kirk wotdania'stuJe110 g to SeerneFe si.eYee
wrsf e cbaasonemenut4 WA4011111 0 O 6 '& pried sr."Ubssum a.putou soblokfr 'f.
OWa 4=1,Atohi ONA wwOMaI nd waskshecAWOKrthe factthat a*o tre Mowkbe'Krwo
g~1 a ed ble Nkomo pi u:fth-p-,, "Oil. h'u iiI, ai teeiermn."Tk
tba sset pan Is~sot oinff bti St I te Ui n S&rSW9':ttI10 M '" o .0iba iliu hater perfor ve bb e -try." C
t- fwebI ,Wht m eai akoaw. e my 'en' oso aw '&-Weh V9eP
ASM t &SM toby t* tme l- Vkbf-if- bdNT UMdayIi Atn Nsasso putiea. eiv wag"e eto -pft~
hiss, 0. i"o tor. tha esehighatide2thM&3ad. ft ,I n s "M ll a *f't it WaYonsWllam dehd heswa
siwbspun hm. 'Ad ue' the be"bby rdedan Useess b woft file **ft plop '11huridlof ihpste.wynd itted the manede1Wa agm to th
IQ3I "a t lybeliv t athuebvan ftrbi idpled the 9 ra s, oT doe r'i ncIase -to a tenemen Wt. a ay." T as oer awlcua cry tey was o1111 et1101101 1 t111116
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~t~ss.estbelev at" Ma~.miute ariec6.wfr~ b a~mr At "MLri.a.i who-lz d a feqt rclean aveterini Ol obwge d his bead In slo
To ur et 1P, t 1g. W#aw Ger UMPOMa gitW 1969*t'fW"tt MOfl thoat Ksdt ii ethe rivertlte nLj. ieiado. egto; ondWlia it"ie
,seitairtinwtw ata ftsnibh I. Vtkm atCod idehte Venttured~Ub Si "Ter aft9 tyk
Mu" Ktuk-Thanksyeusu mid e ir ofna',dsin,' tYr Then' to tosSaceerohe.. air. musw d
Ito bI hm o a bs 5aesksi i~
am** m sat *ft ahws bred a 0,.awardI toylf a guMs.akd.wt he ps ~ yofwoiew sl fte-4b ie m ota
We" ft oand1111s1a1. -' im. sbPW6 4 I"Sb~eman o u a' okfo 9 9
Ami 0 owa~ i wadof btr si hih tanbu the box.*# i ievtiwI nikteep youi, deinddlututy
f b00tuao5 t 1 s m 37 d -ew. "pies 3 Pad.ed tbe po wi "1 A0f,1t.11P ts twhe'll a subs Ed th ldr a. 4Tk
)m th e s iu.dest ee sto Mo "'he~s MmIs iled. mask oby.lw~,.tdv-unn vis iio.h
~ Owip le~r is tm whess *b tide his nor*e~ ur
4101t v b 1. 101411 A 11t1,1foVe se11. s T ows W l ahd h we
s Passeds bes bs "uinlN k Us.t.1061"m
"sww t imP t 4-a o hpsad tedtwothe sw eesalst
"wbe edsd Yib epe bor b thocet best thev" Ume 11tw"withdenbsbsg leLOd"wsa ed
I mwe bl." It W@S Wband Sbor btheogs.Te %'r'~aDews'." l 'efte h Withe *adn.b Pleat any timetheyspro
PIP16 ba
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gWlohni. o ylot-iba aidbsm virv. Te- wterift wrethedwasbb
at. e"teb OkdiMb be" or -fM11W lnefinWar nab bus
a la-ikt- d um igb l *Aw J b es'tar espot nowed two 1 9*'
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S A tihe sebee treugbeulw the StateO
p*t brhg proeeaso.&
MyhIpsofrom the Wenae
Hsolsy at Yam asan theueas .
Baistinsg Is new F sh ngaway thou-
OsD lof -bu"of40rpa ea
Colembes CoUeIe, at Lake City, will
3een ~ep ber h, under most favor.
abie eoodtioM.
Tli bowof e** MrA. I A Tarser,
t L o with 100 bles of ottoo,
as destroyed by are hat week.
SA aite eostf 7,0M hMW bmee par-
S h-ed BlUoIveOtk by the Uaited State
fvermeset for a new poet ofike.
Two New Yorkers lat week per.
k ated lots lid will erect fifty new
Settoage for rent in Seaford.
Aptkoelse habo at aset adopted au
pro~bitingc cows from gras.
Mitar W. B. Hare, of the DeSoto
Cma(News, Is beiboomed:by
.Iu Pon Ita for the ta Railroad
The L. A N. has let a contract to
Sdeepn the water at it wharves at Pen-
oceii to 28 feet. The work will cost
f Tim premium list tor the Marion coun-
ty fair, to be held at Oeala, November
24-86, are out, and a copy will be malled
to any address on application.
The snnual convention of the Florida
Retail Hardware Merchants Aseriation
will be held in the Board of Trade rooms
at Jacksonville on October 12th.
Work on the new railroad from Marl-
aesa to Blountatown is being pushed ra-
pidly. The grading crew have finished
thefr work three miles south of Altha.
I Sheriff Raney, of Alachua county, is
now the posom or of a pair of blood
a hounds, presented by a friend who has
long realized the county's need of such
S The Clyde Line Steamship Company
S will spend over a half million dollars in
the erection of terminal docks and new
* buildings on the 8t. Johns river at Jack.
The latest rumor In railroad circles is
that the Atlanta, Birmingham and At.
kIate l preario to start a construe-
tion gan at work on its Tampa North.
ema extension, from Tampa to Thomas.
The papers published In the orange
be lt report ret activity among the
growers bllding packing hoaes. re-
ajlring old ones and ordering the ma-
eral-for the handling and marketing
o* ef mi eosng oange *rop.
T. C. Willams, who Is well known in
Taum writes from Chandler, Okla .
"tat Florida I a better State than all
the West and is the Paradise of the
world," sad also remarks that Florida
s bt tobe better advertlod in the
Is the erialsal court of record at Doe-
Lad W et wAk among those pleading
S ulltyt t he hheref selling whiskey
_. m R111h sI"well, a blind negro from
La- @ Helen, and the court suspended
S utanee opf condition that he leave
the State.
The Florida State MidWinter Fair
AA elUtivo has been reoranlied and
w vie nder new mas.ment the
enmlg winter. A entaset han been
d ra big r nl pant for" ene
dy' m4V wkislto brto
W M K I L Itwilluetabout$100.00.


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2 ** L29.


Surrounded by the best Hunting and Fishing
In Florida.
The home of the Wild Door and the WildTurkey, thewinter
home of the Wild Goose and Wild Duok. The beet Quail and
Snipe shooting in the South. The bet Solphor Water in the *
Stae., -. .- *
FRANK W. DUVAL, Manager.


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Full Line of Patent Medi-

cines at reduced prices.
International Stock Pad, eat sise, my prfe;. .......... 20
Germa Medeated Steak Food and Dr. Grangers, my prie.. O0
Men md Ladiem Suamer Hat at Les thm east.
You will ave one-thid by beaine Taleom Powdersd Toit Seap
of me. AblaCe.Cream sad TaP Powder. A elo of up-
date Pot Cards, 8 for 5 cents.
L. A W. CA Cal Cargeper box of 0..-...............
8 i woInat Irn leoe r per mair..............
4 inch irel t ile e dg pe pair...,.............
All Knd of d ery at reduooed
I keep verytbng. ad my ap d y
Ter Frisd
223 Smth Adas Street
stor Phon208

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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 artificial stone
coping or a nice Iron Fence. We can supply
your wants for any kind of Stone or Granite. A
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Select from the following, 86 inch Pe0r
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10 and 12 cents.
Something nejr in Percale Strips,
Tans and Browns, wash well, 121 ent a

French Foil De Noid Ginghams, every
piece a novelty, 12M cents every yard.
Galetea Cloth in solids and stripes
new colors you haven't seen before, 15
cents yard.
Wash foplans in extremely new
shades. 25 eents for every 3 inches.
Others to show you.

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itent.. wM -J. C. I. Foster.
e Cb"b Mt-a. 3. RoLe.
vearism msusus cousa.
ijj L tidM, Cbtf.-Juo.e, Tall..
S^' Jawslek Taylor, aineville, ia
Celkrell, Jaekmnvllle, Fla.
A. Hoeker, Oeals, VI.
he-ae N. lhaekleford Tampa, ris.
C C Padihblll, Pesaaeef, Via.
Su. saNMATO.
S. "eN U. Fletcher, Jacksonville,
'* /ee P. Taliaferro, Jackeoaville,
I ly Mn. B. parklman, lot Dtistrict,

SPank Clark, 2d District, Gealnesville.
D. H. Maya, ld District, Monticello.
Royal C. Dunn, Tallahassee.
Newton B. Blitch, Bliwhton.
a. H. Burr, Uttle River. Ti'ASUtumrs UPORT.

hewllag the slamce" to the Credit
of the Several Frads.
The report of Hon. W. V. Knott,
State Treasurer, flied with the Gover.
aW, shows the following balances to
te credit of the several State and Edu-
eintoal Funds at the close of business
SA ust 81, 1909:
I Revenue Fund -$112,471 66
ill School Fund 4. M4 49
Tax Fund ........ 92,94226
Board of Health Fund 175.145 94
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Pt of Seminary Fund .
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a Insidetal Fund...

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18,674 68
244 76
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Mld Tear rOwn Bhstess.
Those are just the words: four in
number, and refer directly to thegrum
blin, growling., fault-finding michief
makers. People who isver mind their
own business are like the street whiffet
dogs that are alwsop barking biting,
nippin, nabbing som*oeody. Can we
presume the great Creator made you
especially to superintend His unasers,
and to be eternally prying. meddling
and seeking to control and direct every-
body's affairs?
It is enough to make one indignant to
m what pjins some p.opie go to ferret
out the plans of others snnd start a bit
of gossip. They leave theirown gardens
to row full of weeds. while they are
trIlng to hold up before ever) body the
fet they pull from their nei hbor' O0,
how they toll to rob these of their repu-
tation, eir peace, thefr prosperity nd
pressure. They do everything but mind
their own bueines. They never discri,
their own faults and follies. By the
time the whole town Is criticized, and
Judgment pronounced, they've not a
moment left to do more than eonmratu-
late themselves on their own good
People who don't mind their own bus-
me, brOain more misery Into families,
M nd ebarebe than everytidnil
ee. turn the pleasant, peaceful
treMamf fMod will into a loathome
oW;= th-intrudeon ground where as-
M em fwear to tread
Now, mtedit oae's own business is
the very beet remedy for the itching
eas that are never satleled with bear.
lai, and the busy toenue that hurries to
peik croel werde. Minding your own
business will turn your attention to sief,
and yea will fort to watch so elowely
the ortcomin-l ofo etbhen; it will make


ftof wes~ on. 3..gIatoehthew
'A~ om UsseshofId .
jW-A3. &Chrh~p. demaof the Nor.
#&dh ad proetSso of eduestlm
"O sRived Fridy evenig.
ad%* of reoable&M
b hlimengaged etin
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6=Ukulweek endhies!

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*J"t a dmple I'ttle "*tbhek yeo,"
wetw =Mnt an act of k hl or
= Z. Wa m if only rvww.M by
a b "]thank you." NMtoam
is never hesd the reach of aMy e6 .
and It Is t 0 = t *shn of goo breed
InK. It -Is more than right, and It
shoel be exposted of everyone, to thenk
pelet fa r a kindness they mayaenow
Us, wn It may be their duty or mat.
Hew uso more willing we are to do
fur ome when w- knoe that our work
will be aplresated by a grateful thank
you Ifa fraend takes the trouble to
send ay lttle token of love, no matter
what, ekm sense, if not decency,
should dtate that an acknowledge-
meat, either verbal or 'written, is ex
Learn to laugh. A good laugh is bet-
ter than mediine. Learn how to tells
story. A well-told story is as welcome
as a sunbeam in a asik room. Learn to
keep yaou own troubles to yourself.
The worM il too busy to core for your
ills and sorrow. Lenrn to stop your
croaking. If you cannot see any good
in the world keep the bad to yourself.
I earm to bade your puins and aches un
der a pleasant smile. No one cares to
hwar whether you have Ute earache,
headache or rheumatism. Don't cry.
Tears do well enough in novels, hut are
out of plaee so real life. Learn to meet
your friends with a smile. The good
humored man or woman is always wel-
come, but the dyspeptic or hypocondriac
is not wanted anywhere, and is a nuis-
ance a wall.
The Wife.
We xo out to God's acre, and we read
upon the tombates of tho oo wives
who sleep, quetl,, the das'a,
With Uelr roklded upon their
breasts, of their virtues. aa we think
that some of the laserlptlons should
read ",Died of overwork." If life s a
batie to a man, It Is mowe to a woman.
Woman does met dmww her Iespiratto
from the same seaWe as man. Three
this she medaand must have: First,
your society and ampaanloahip ; .se
, your eoAdaee, sad third, your
love. 8be does eno want to wait until
abe la dead to read her virtes on her
tombstone. She b her hbaee d to
teller how much & e% a har. There
are couple, happy in the eyee of oi-
ty, who, in the lM are othf to

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acrs onEW Ar offte fvIL School chsssby. TISbIs
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Beautiful bIeemt'm. 0.diVIeM
I sping wel urn M Sm m alub Casaty, aem
o and ot bw anAriap, now m mehaL .TimW about
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