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. The Honorable The Piano We Give Away i Senator Sagebrush A .' I " !'.v ! mm v .1 -' at iT?vi-2- V 7ti.i story of a voting man' honest attw.pt to "break" the "boss" and the power of tht "machine" is an absorbingly in timate portrayal of the working f the 'wt eets within wheels" in m desperate political straggle of Vodav. Ths senator, strunnlv in. 'trenched behind his party "mu- ine, presents an almost in- Inerablc front, and the con- ict 6e.V.-i fother and son as this young lawyer, single hand ed, fights for what he honestly believes t) he the truth and right hold one with a tremen' dous sympathetic interest. (Continued .'roui Jest ne.. k fBt. his 0CJI (Ji'PMiOI) C0ttip!tl ig acred it. 'What has ni'mn' been do, eg On week':" lit nxKwl. "He has pokeu iw.-e. ou e i Jr! o,ulpa and once at llellersvllle, rol ling soys he lies i'i.'nppiiints -uoiijli to kt-f-p liiiu if t.wu iljht up to election .!.-u ." "'Hint's ft I." u-i the mood ur provnl. "U ii i i y be Io be mj here at tLe capl!;.';." "Thai TuUiif,' ma a lid" l."iu Kt mn'.-'y a fnw'." vmavkcl K :n ;ed(.e usually. "Jf be -n't a wild i yw) fanatic, r.s tii.h'ry Iimv iu-i t -j lit he J ll'.i-I'LT 'l:uu il'-' i'lllO Itif. I've -ir s tali 'H It.'W. ft v..-j llre.t(l, lio i,a v.-rti . 'r 'liri of ljv lnt tti.e iiicn 'I'yiuii 'o lit" ua liiin." "You arc- IT'-Juilired, Kittre-lKf. " was tho j. o .r!; Dt'f ceutnjnt. "h was tLe t-tsi rim' io tbe c-otlre i-ni-palfc-a piitil-Dif lil!)i In ibe field. I lju't uf rnise l;e lu.' rt.ntiiii'.isbul intiib mi prnctiuil tify, hut c bave kt-pt tbe Horn rnlil frr-ir, iislns Lltn, s ln niefiLt t'..." "I tluit't l.iinw I'ljui.t tLe acvotii(jliu. rotiit,'' (tit !d tiuDtry, "Tlieie !s n four ply mystery lli.ked lip !u tliin tf.'briiiik!Df btwlnmw. At Hi'st 1 thouplit Kvnu Uloiicti fiiddfn pepu lr ty dated batk to sutnu word ti-Dt n'.t froiu your ''hi'-tgo f-fflce, but wlwD you told iue it ui-lu t I begnu to do a little ni.udi.riBi,' on my twn oecot;i,t. I can't innke up iry n.lnd yet wbetLfr It is !'i;re populcri'y tTowitg oi ,f h.t s.v-."tii- .! nlit-th-r it the isttd kind." "AwistdS" m..1 lie vii e piPsideut, with ti HftlDg '.f tliC l;eavy ppD'bfUF ryibn. h, "Ve," ;.'.iitr- "f'tt on. "It bi. t ei'ti ti n .inni.'iM .ok 'Vile bas k-,i I "-'"l. : litl ' e ri tlie imitation lu.'e tl 'itiTi-il 'ti ;i.:--ker tliaii the tm ti.u.u ii V'aDiiinbro'a. mid Kuir...:ji'! ::.ri: t.-.i i.s Ibat tbe jouiig I -'"- l.i'.s i i-u !i....k;t.2 nn:t tipureJ us a tr.m. i pr-t .- a. I vvr the ('':: I :;!,!-. vi.f . t,, , .'niijiuitioek. Ir.-,t). .Mi.l i : ti.i.t veryn-i!r tie i.j.s '.;.i.'- "1J-..I i;N - b. i ;; .i.. been fctrCiLt to tli." I'iir pfiui," interrupted tbe :. pi'i'!d"iil, ' I've betn reuilirg ll.eri' " Kittredt.' kb.-N.j lis bead. "Guiirry nay 'Ve.' but I ay 'No.' " e eonii iidi d. "Tliere ik mirh u thing as piittliiu' too in i b h;nr lu the ci.f fee. It!i,ui)f be:i iviidnliii; it. IIc'h been putting the liltewiikii ..u ko tbkk that any lit!!-.- bfi.dful i.f n.'id tbut bnppeiiit to t thrown ni;i ktiik ud look Pad." "We must tal( brin"'ii ou that." was Mr. MeVltkar's division. "Ywr.ne Hlcunt'n cm d worlc hat undoubtedly had Its effect upon public sentiment, Tliere In a dlxfiuctly better feellnK to j ward uh. and It la fairly stats wide. Wt muHt be exceedingly careful ot to let the opffoloo .Dfwpatea get toM f anything tbat ean'be ad agalnat '. . "TLer aw roVlngl js 4 rt I u'.WCIS LVNi) itie?: 51 S-nitli ' . ..I Km M N :; t ti." ! . f ! M. 1 ''.It il A Co; : - s, it i-jio. bv t. Akli!:. M e pl'v- detlt f.-fllkeij ! ' loniiin t.' ( i) the nrtii ' l.i'i .'iklmr. j ' What I all: iin.""' .ifraM if r.ow is ! h."t ! ."iiii run u will be oversea! j ous." lie k M ii!iikink''y. "He 1 sonie : ibini; i f a fatiatli', at you bave Inii 1 mated, Gantry." "He's tnoie than 'hat," Klttredpe put in (piti kly. "I'Te bad one man keep ing tub nn bim-Farnwotih who Is a good aa any deteetlva that ever walked. Ilesuys Blount lun't bo'f aslu nnceDt as b look. Hit epeechuiakltip bas taken ban Into every corner nf the tnte, and Jr'emswortti says be bas teen doing a iot of (pi let rrylng and iavesilgatlng on tbe tide looking up evidence win wbot my man thought." ;aniiv Iwgnn to look nncum fort able. "Peihupa I ought to bave mentioned It. before." be said. "Blount bas been hclding rue up to tbe rack oil aloug; toy 1f be preaches stralgbt we've got to writ straight. 1 v argued with nJm, but It doesn't do any good." Ome more tbe vice president's heavy eyebrows rose. j "Von n'.eun tbat he might be tempted ' to try oinpulsloni" be asked. I "Yes- er- In fact, be bas threatened : to do lust ihut," stammered the traffic j man. I a i i tin i i he tbagior eyebrows bent iliemseives ;mo a frown of abHtiacted ; re Bee lion. -We must take - are not to give him a bailee. " he tinuouneed finally. "Pur Irt ibe few days tbat Intervene be tween nun ami i be e'ectlon he must be kept nafely lu hand. It won't do for bini to be around and In the way wbi'e you iwo fre trying to do busl net whb llaibuwny and tbe others. Keep biin out of tbe rapltal. And If y-'M ibibh lie has leeu gatberlnj evj Jei . e ee to ii flint be doesn't get a ban. (.' to tiwe p. JTow ii bout tbat mat ter in iie I'ifib ward? We've got to irmtvO k irecf tir.vfcu ibis time." Kinredge held tip u ilninib and foie t'rgev tiHiitly prekse.'l together. We've g"t the 'iiy wards rlabt .beu-.'' he kaid, "with tbe Honorable 1 'avid pretty khfely euchred. lie Is i inxj'k' a ep tiime this time so deep ibai ii Is altogether underground nud out i f sight, Hot we bave blin down .illkt I be SMile." The vii-e president reached over and pressed the bell push which "Ignuled to bis train conductor. "Him i ni! 1 bave io say," he con cliided. "Ketp your vyt uu youug Blount ai'il cet rid of blm fur a few days. 1 ll iene the details to you. Get order fi r me os jou go up, Klt tfedk'e. i. ml let me out as soon as pos sible. I ought, to be halfway to Alkali by this lime." I; ! yvutig Pauleit. a reporter for the I'iiliy t'npltal. who told Evun Hlina t - f tbe urrivul of the presi dents 'ar. r.iunlng rs e.-ond kc iimi of the o vi '-liniil, lint. ; 1:..i.l tried ini ffectnally to tet to the priMito i ar. bm Inp for bis ob ject the Hiti rview li.j; of the ' ' pre.-!-dent. Iiinur: t bought It a 'iuV "-inaiilar that the v !ce resident kluv.i'j lllUl,i u the ' apital n.-reily, lnu be did imt stop to !.( tllrle upitu tbi. llav!i,g kijiaetbltig more than u s.is plclim ilint tiuntty win, nut passing bi tlireii! i f e:pokuri.- up to Mc l.kar. he deti rniined nt in. e to e'-k au In tervirw ""-;t!i the vb-e ; i-usbii'iit. Waliiliig rnpliliy dovvu to the Sierra avenue station, be suw a light In ilan try's ofLi e. and. mennlng to lie fair first and severe afterward, If needful, he ran up tto stnir and tried the door of tbe traffic uinunger's oftt'-o. It opened under his baud, liantry was nt his desk. "Itntlett leiis me that McVL-kar Is In town," be begun abniptiv. "Where is be?" "Rauiett is mistaken -about twenty minutes mistaken," wnu eiantry's re ply. "Mr. McVlckar piissed through here a few minute ho ou Ills way to Twin Canyon City. Ufa special bas been gone some little time." "When lu be coming bk?" "I eWt snaow." "DM yea see klmr "1 dM." TM fos Uke p wHh Uiejtuu, J tee at t i i m u i -i' XIU lb ywfclVa ft to ieymi Mm I ' l ilA ..1- ' r ? .ii V II' 5 BEAUTIFUL UPTON GRAND PIANO G-iven away absolutely free to the lady receiving the larg est number of votes in our Great Popularity Contest. RULES OF THE CONTEST 1. No name of contestant will be known. 2. No uames of contestants will be published. 3. Every contestant gets 2000 vot.es to start with. 4. Every contestant j;ets a number. ". Stan lin2 of contestants' numbers published weekly. All votes must be brought in WVlnes'lay for recording. 7. Votes must not lie written on. . Tie votes in packages with contestant's number and amount on top slip only. '.I. 'tilor of certihVates will be changed monthly and must be received monthly to .omit. 10. Votes are transferable only before recording. 11. Contestant having largest number of votes on December 1st wins Piano. 12. Daniel (I. Smith will be only judge of above contest. HOW For every one cents cash purchase at Daniel G-- Smith's 5 Drug Store, purchaser gets one vote- For every dollar's f the EntfirnrisA-Recordei new or renewal. subscriber gets 8000 votes- For every one dollar job or J advertising work done at the Enterprise-Recorder office i 100 votes will be A 25-vote coupon will appear in Enterprise-Recorder. GO INTO THE CONTEST TO WIN. t paoiji: rates uown to tnem" Gantry shifted uneasily in bis Vhalr and fried to evade. "There was very Uttle time," be said. "Mr. McVkkar was In a great burry, and bis special was bold only a few minutes." Blount crossed tbe room and sat down. "Dh If, we've come to the last round up," be said gravely. "In the nature of things I can't give you any more time. You've got to do something and do It quickly. It's go up and see the editor of the capital." "What for?" demanded Gantry. "I want you to gtva blm an Inter view to tbe effect tbat a revision of tbe freight rates Is In proeeaa and that shippers having grievances aboukl present tbemelve t oa. , That will at Wmat start the ball to rolling in tfte -vtaJK-aUcvraaaat." -' ... 1 tixraM ftuafc ft VUM." ttote Vs "yb" .W V- -V- .-' .CVti&ii"1" ii" TO SFCl !PR issued. 1 aim iin.uc uiiiimiiei'. -wwii to,, 0(111 , know nliont the making i f r'reipht tur Iffs would sink a ulnp, Evun. These things i-nirt be done while you wall" "Hut they've got to le In this In stance," Mount Insisted. "If yoM don't wiiuunuv me preferentials given to the corfioratloDS you muH do the other thing, l'ost your legal notice of a re duction of the rates ou tbe commodities UDOn Which Vim npa ii....i , bates, and I II fight atralght through on "And If we don't?" queried Gantry. "If you don't do one or tbe other tbera will be an explosion, Just ns I've told you. Of coarse you know that my safe was broken open last Bight wrecked with tfyDamtter Tan (To be continued.) .J k- .' rE'.jfKf . ti II -'k - . . i .;. ..k... w.-. 'a' vWl 'it j'H.:V i rJMo VOTES each issue of the If H'AKTI.VS NOTICE. Notice Whereby Riven that. on the imli W of June, mil, I unKUiirdlan for I.e.- rail a'ailnor hi Ir of Kuby lllulr.deeeascd, vo l ply toihe Hon. Jaa. P. Martin, couia.v . luatj of Mmllton onmy, Klorlda. at Ills "111 ' MtullMin, Florida, for an onler 10 s '.';". vmesiile, me following descrlbfd h'"11 Slid being In Madison County, Florida, to- " Fiinl naif nf est, eDd of lot Si 6 original') IilHirlct of .nwndns ounty. oeoridu, li'ii"' Ma.lli.nii county, Florldii, In Towasnlp ISf tm North, itnuK-e Ten () Kast,. sume bi ll w Fast half of the fnlloWlnK deacilallon on tw Khi. side of tae West end of aiJ l"t ' ,LT nienoe at the Southwest, corner of t. j am.oilK'limlly tieorala, ltith Ulst.sodniM iMcinilu ttienc," KiiHt 31 chulus uDd ''. thence soiiih neroKssiild Int. thence "Jsi.j piue of bHKtnnlng. Townshli. three on-"-Kan ten O0) Kaat, containing 10) 're" more or less. J.OBLAIK, Ouardlin of said minor. Mull ion. Fie., May t7.H, 1111. laak'a Chill Tonic Ujuaranteed to cure Malaria, coil ver, tota ana grippr. r. tdc par butllt. Ask your droggiit.