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THE DELAND NEWS DBLAND FLA DECEMBER 24 4 1909 909
PROTECT THE GAME GAMEFlorida GAMEI GAMEFlorida GAMEFlorida
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Florida Is Far Behind Other States in inThis inThis InThis
This Respectthe Respect RespectTlio RespectThe
The following flIwin by I1 1 A 1 Hendry 11 end writ triting writing writing ¬
ing to the lt I t Myers Ivels Press is i worthy of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the consideration of those interested in inthe intill inthe
the preservation reservation of game in Florida Plolidanoticc
1 I notice your request for expressions forexpnpssionsupon expressionsupon cxprl HiOIlS HiOIlSUpOIl
upon our game law licenses It re reminds rcrn reminds ¬
minds rn tIlI me of the fellow who locked the thestable thlstable thesttblc
stable door after the horse was wa stolen stolenThe stuILIIllll stolenThe
The reckless and IIn extravag extravagant tit manner mannerin 1I111111lIill
in which t + hieh our game has liven 1lC1 destroyed destroyedis Ilbtlo11is
is a sad comment upon the citizenship citizenshipof
of Lee count county The truth is b our deer tlecrLull deeranil tllclalld
Lull turkey tlllkl are almost gone and unlesssoae unless unlesssome IIl1llSsoml
some stringent Sll llHllIt rules are adopted 11110 pIc II andstrictly and andstrictly alldstridlv
strictly carried out it is i only a matter matterof lIIallelof
of acry a very VCIY short time when they the will be beall hen1I
all gone l Olll ft Now ow at this late day da we wehear WIIllaI lyehear
hear the hue and cry lI llo How + v shoutwe shall shallwe shallwe
we protect our game 1 genii 1I1I1l hl 1 would answer answerand anSlrIIl1d etnswcranti
and say ay that it cant be done dOl unless we wequit wequit l lqllit
quit killing killing the l hl goose that laid tit thegolden the thegolden IIIlgolllln
golden egg This is is the fact in a nut nutshell IlllsllltJ nutshell ¬
shell
During lJllrin the t hl open olllI months 111 on l hs as pre presetllll pivscribed 11 11Sllillld
scribed by h the general law pal is the period periodwhen perndwhen lllioll llliollwllllI
when does to s should sholl III should sholl I < I not be killed killedor k illtll illtllUI
or hosed lha HIt Turkev lurk hens hell should sholl 1 < 1 laytheir lay laytheir Ia Iathl
their thl t eggs and hatch thorn t in peace and anilquietude 1I1IiqllilllUIl andgttietut
quietude Still titl in face fm I of of this fact faethunters fldhllIII facthunters
hunters hllIII LS are a 11 allowed I 11 0 lll to play pli 11m havoc Itloctttit havocwith h lo lowilh
with them I They ThlInllI Ihev enter the I Ill game gllilll range rangewith I rangith ltlgl ltlglwilh
with + ith gun and dogs Ilo chase and kill them themindiscriminately t11111I
I indiscriminately 1l1tis dmillatl1 and soon they thl will h he blllIlIIl
l tilllL
I believe h lil there is a remedy If our ourCounty 0111Ollllty ourCounty
County Ollllty Commissioners S would exeivise exeivisetheir lxlIisltJllil extl l4t l4ttheir
their usual good judgment and I l tix ti a arule amh arule
rule making it a penal olTence for any anyman all anynlnn
man to kill a t doe a female deer or orturkey orturkey 1 1tUlkl
turkey tUlkl hen at ant all time and rule out outthe nuttIll outthe
the dogs they tlll will strike sl dlI the keynote keynoteof I Iof
of protectionami Pll1llCt proteettolt iOIl mug preservation lrlslIat iOIl of 1 one oneof IIIIlof altof
of the greatest gifts of God l OII to nom nrinOur 111111Our nomour
Our special game law Im contemplates pro protection plollctioll protlCtall ¬
tection not destruction dL t iItion Rules 1111s of thiskind this thiskind thiskillli
kind might be b considered drastic dlast L and andburdensome allilhllllhIIS01l1l andburthvlsatm
burdensome but it must be res remember remembered tine tinet ¬
ed t that the case is a bad one and it itwill ilwill itwill
will require IlIU 1l heroic and drastic Ilmst L remedies remediesto
to cure it I care but little about the thelicense theliecnse
license which is the main point at atissue atisHII atissue I
issue Really the better plan would
be to make every Ll or ornonresident 011I01lll ornonresident
nonresident 1I01lll IILnt paya pi pay a license and sltOvvitere show showwhere showwhlle
where + they thl live There are hits lot of ofcomplaints ofcomplaint of ofcunlpktittts
complaints about this nun nonresident nonresidentlicense nonIIsidclltticellsc residCttt residCtttt
license fee usually uuall paid under protest prutetthen protestthen PllltlSIthclI t
then they thl go for the game feeling that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the are commissioned to get their ntoneys mo moneys muncs ¬
neys ncs worth The home hunter actual actualresident adualrcsillcnt actualresident
resident claims that it is i an outrage to toturn toturn toturn
turn nonresidents 1I1J1Ir s lhlIts in upon the game gamewith gllIllwith gulttyitlt
with the best guns and ammunition in tIll theworld tIllworld tillworld
world and the best trained t dogs that thatare thatarc thatarc
arc possible to secure SI IIII and they thl lose losetheir 10sltIlir losetheir
their respect re ltct for the law claiming that thatit thatit thatit
it is b unjust tlntt t and unfair and act a t ac accordingly alcOlltillgl accordingly ¬
cordingly cOlltillglIIl
Those IIl are 111 the perplexing l1g conditions conditionsconfronting loillti cnnlitiuttsconfronting t iOI1 iOI1cOl1frontillg
confronting our worthy worth oilicials who whodesire whodlsill lthotesir
desire to do the very lf best they thl can canI Iallam
I am firmly l fiend r1ul of the opinion 01111 lull thatll that it theru1e1 the therules tIllrllLo
rules rllLo indicated above together tuget her with withthe withtill withthe
the rules already allllIl adopted were en enforced Illfonld n nforced ¬
forced our game would be better pro protected plolldlll protectcI ¬ I
tected and preserved and there would tyouldhe wouldbe wouhlhI
be more satisfaction and harmony harmonyPass hallIl11l1 hallIl11l1Pass harmonyPass
Pass a rule to kill the bucks hUIl s and gobblersand gobblers gobblersand gobhtjallIl
and rule out the t Ill dogs Let everyhunter every everyhunter
hunter register 11111 pay pa a license fee feesmall felsmall feesmall
small it might be but sufficient Stu un ictcnt L LlIt to pa pathe pay paythe la latIll
the wardens + and clerk and court fees feesLimit fll fllLimit feesLimit
Limit the number to bo killed and re reported 11pOltld reported ¬
ported down as s low as might be reason reasonable lIlSOIIabll reasonable ¬
able and good results will come comeRuling eOIlLRuling comeRuling
Ruling out the dogs will touch toucha
a sensitive chord but it should not notbe lIotbe nuthe
be deemed unreasonable Dogs t the tl1lmot themost In Inmost ¬
most faithful to his master of of all the thebrute thebrute I Ihrutl
brute creation cl alioll were 111 designed for a more morenoble morcnohlL morenoble
noble purpose than to chase I hasl and man lttllgle mIIgl j jgle
gle gl the most timid and harmless harmlessanimals harmlessanirulls I
animals of Of creation 1111 Your HII writer W1 tl has hasknown hasI
known the tender harmless deer II II wound wounded youmdcd 0111111ld ¬
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ed and chased by In dogs l1 S caught lau ht and anilpractically amipralticall andpractically
practically eaten up it alive little fawns fawnscaught tWIISl faynscaught
caught l lIght and killed and the does hrav hravtyitlt heavy heavywith Iwa vy
with young ulln chased to the t hl extent t of ofabsolute otabsohitl ofabsolute I
absolute destruction to the young youngand youngand Ollllg Ollllgami
and possibly the mother It is i wrong wrongin tvronglin IllIg I Iin
in the siiiht of man and all high heaven hla tayen n I
The writer would not abridge or ordiminish ordiminish orIli
diminish Ili liniSh the rights of It man in the broad broailfields h1oadtidd broadfields
fields of of game ga IIl which lie out so in inviting initill inviting ¬
viting itill in Lee Lt county llnt but would wel welcome wdconll xe1collc ¬
come the hunters hunt e 1 the tourist ami all allmankind allmankilHI allnualkisd
mankind to coati aid enjoy 1l1jll to their theirhearts thl theirhearts I IhlarlS
hearts content l0l1t 1I1 the great blessing fhsil1 of ofgame ofgame ofgame
game once so Sl abundant abllnd t in our county countybut lolint lolinthilt Cotiutybut
but with the distinct understanding understandingthat ImdlrtaIHtillgthat
that hunting hUl1t ing must bo done on principles principlesof
of justice and humanity hllman t with an eye eyeever ll llllI eyeever
ever to its protection protect ion and Iil prose prescvation prescvationThe vation vationThe
The Th suggestions SlIg lstions made by In Mr I r Heneinnn Hondry Hondryare Henein
are in full tll l conformity lonfollnit with the law lawof la laof taiof
of Now w York State Stl tl In n the Adiron Adirondack Adi1ondack adironlack ¬
dack mountains deer are iilmost as usplentiful asplentiful a apllntiflll
plentiful as cattle title in Floridi I They Theyare theyare
are protected every lIn man must hlva havo havoa h ha
a reputable citizen l tillil vouch for his hischaracter hischaractlr hischaracter
character before he can secure a license licenseto Ii lnh lnhto
to carry carry a gun lIn there t the t 111 license is only onlySipo onl onlS onlyS
Sipo S roe to t a resident and S Soco oco oc to a non nonresident Ih11 Ih11rli nonresident ¬
resident rli < llnt but the carrying of a gun be before 111 111furl 1 e efore ¬
fore or after tho Open open Oiln season is a asuspicious auspidol1 astlSpiciollS
suspicious act and causes one all < IIl to tl bo bowatched Ihwatchlll hewatched
watched watchedAsaoult watched1s I
Asaoult A 1s a rl alt of the wise wi laws in New XowY 1 1p
Y p > whore food for deer is i so sonany styi
i 1 nany nan st t true to death in intlie
t I time woods are so 0 full of oflent ljI utrut
lent rut holes in the earth earthl earthms
I l ins II just lIst like cattle i iul II Itda
I tda 11 wood woodso
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1 ul and andit andIt andit
it It up upused upI
used us d dI dI
I I pin
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I CLICKING C i KiNG OFF MILES MILESEVERY MILESEVERY
EVERY Y SINGLE SECOND SECONDHalleys SECONDHalleys SECONDIalleys
Halleys Comet Aerial Racer Comes ComesBounding ComesBounding ComesBounding
Bounding Along AlongThe AlongThe Alongthe
The comet is coming With the theplanets theplanet theplutcts
planets for quarter posts it is i clicking clickingon
on ofT miles with every cver tick of your vOlr watch watchrushing wntchrushing watchrushing
rushing down own the race I CC course cO1rie of infinite infinitespace infil1it11I1e infinitespace
space with a swiftness that makes the thesnorting thesnorting thesnorting
snorting red fiends of the motor track trackappear t1ackap track11ppear
appear ap > lar like dwadling d + adling snails in compari comparison ¬
son sonFrom From their places in the grandstand grandstandtJiu gmndslanI
the I he astronomers their t glasses pointed pointedout pintcollt
out along the farstretehing falsllctlll ng course coursealready Cl1I11Slahll cutnsealready
already ahll have signaled that Halleys IImlleysaeriot Halleysaerial lIalllsalrlal
aerial racer alel has swung around the t hl lastcorner last lastcorner ItlstCO
corner CO Ill 11 and settled set k1 down clown for a long longstraight longsti onH onHS
sti straight S t Ia migftt igh t run Ill n to the goal goa I Soon oon the thethrongs tillIhr1lllgs timethrongs
throngs in the bleachers and along alongthe lIon1tll thongthe
the fence will catch the glow of alt altlitatsters the theiinUlsters tllIIInllstelS
iinUlsters headlights and the ignorant ignorantand iglloranlillld ignorantand
and the faint of heart will shrink back backin halkin hackin
in atTrighl Ht l ght as the tiery IilI terrors tailknishes tail tailbninluS tailhtlI
knishes htlI 11Is their t IW I faces in inlassing inlassingIt passing passingIt
It is just about throequarters three 1u0ters of a acentury alllItUr acentury
century lllItUr now since Halleys comet set setout Sltnut setrnit
out atthe tt the fall of the lag ling for its longgrueling long longgnicliiig 101l1gllIllillg
gnicliiig drive dt l down the back stretch stretchout stlkhOllt stretchout
out into I till lie froen vaslnvss beyond beyondthe
the ken of finite lin Ihlit it l minds It is a heart heartbreaking h heuthreallmg IIIt IIItblllkillg ¬
breaking tiresome Journey jOIlIlIl down that thattrade thattmlk tlmittrack
trade something sOlllllh llg like ii < 500000 OOOO miles milesand milsallil in iLs iLsand
and tIll comet struggled st with wit h ever everdiminishing llrdim everdiutinishingSpecI
diminishing dim diutinishingSpecI inishillg speed Down 1 > 011 that itimiriis itimiriissiuLdwav ilmllIISit
siuLdwav s m tt wct it had carried the t Il weight of
suns Sllll
had told Rounding the lower h uer turn turnthe 111111thl turnthe
the comet was crawling along at only onlyi oth
31 1 i miles 111 lies a minuteRmmt minute minutelint lIIillUllBllt
lint now 1I11 the speed quickened Turn Turning 111111ing rutsiag ¬
ing on a 1 little more 11111 power the comet cometluiiklcd lonWl11111klld motet1uekld
luiiklcd down for the sprint Spl llt to the t II wire wirefar wi wirefar 11 11fa
far fa I ahead And to hurry 111111 there was wasneeded wa wa1IIlkll u ts tsnetrd
needed To 0 reach the goal IIlIin in time t il1ll there therewas I titerals hel helWIIS
was only ollh onl 57 V vent years Ial < My B the timeNeptune time timeNeptune tilllllpt
Neptune lpt 11111 far outin out lilt ill the twilight land landwi lallllWol lantlwh
wi wh < reached a glance at the speedo speedometer 5Peedontetcr ¬
meter showed that the t11 comet had hit hitit hitit hitit
it up to II hi miles a minute Finding Findingthe
the t hI going good nod out bet betatitt W en Neptune Neptuneand 1ltlllll 1ltlllllill111
and Uranus a few fL more links lilll were let letout ktoul letnut
out and an I the comet I came on at the rat ratof rate rateof Iallof
of i r i miles everv l do JO seconds
Saturn tUI1I now IIO up in the tll racers racerspathway ratlrsplltwa racersJatlnay
pathway and the t Ill comet I bore down on onit 011It 00it
it reeling off jo o miles with it Ii every every revo revolution le a ahition ¬
lution of of the minute III ill II tl hand Now ll in inileid intllItl intled
ileid there tlll was need to lulu hurry There Therebeside Ihlr Ihlrhl There1side
beside hl ilh the course stood Jupiter he the I
great kidnaper ki < lnaplI of the th skies Idl Some Somethirty SonwthhlV Sonuthirty
thirty or more celestial l wanderers + have havebeonsnatched halhlIII llnyehtn
beonsnatched hlIII snallllll from pleasant gambolings gambolingsamong gamhlliingsII1ILJn gambolingsHuang
among II1ILJn the stars to whirl and lash tla hashttoreVer lashforever h hfOIl
forever fOIl I in the tll train ll lin of Jupiter and anI solien so sowhen sowlwn
when lien Ilalleys Ilalll comet approached the thedanger tillWill thedanger
danger < zone ailt IIIIIldl it made good use of its it S legs legssaving kgsa legsstVing
saving a llg its freedom bv a burst of sliced slicedthit SJlLdthat snccdthat
that exceeded lX lllhd 520 JO o miles a minute minuteNow lIIinutlo ntittttteNow
Now o at last the wire ire is i > in sight sightTearing si sightIearing hll hllIarillg
Tearing down the home stretch urged urgednil
nil by b the mighty drawing Itawin power of f the thesunthe theSI1I1 thesun
sunthe sun tilt comet will IK h doing rS S miles a aminute alIIilllltl aIn
minute In mutt te when it leaves lea yes the t the Il earths earthsneighbor larthsIILighhnr earthsneighbor
neighbor Mars Ial behind Idl lul Terrifi Terrilirras Terrilirrasthat < v > as astbit
that tl1l t speed llI11 appears however it is IS a amore amere
more canter tor rounding the sun and andllisliing andIhshing andtklshing
llisliing under the wire ire in all II the glory of ofits ofits ofits
its splendid pkluI lI radiance r it will willllalli ill reach the incamCclabte in inconceivable inCllIlciahlc ¬
conceivable speed of mSS ISiS miles a min minute minut illitltc ¬
ute ut tc I
uteAnd And 1111 then well ll1 the comet will + start startall startIll
all 111 over Ol again Round and round that thattitanic thattit dafttitanic
titanic tit lll L Bourse lOUISe over which + it it has ha > sped spedsince Sll Slls spedsince <
since s 11CI time t illl was a young Oullg it will go racing racingout
out to regions unexplored un llold every own seventy seventylive seent seenttil seventyti
live ti years years la s returning to pay Ia homage to tothe to totill tothe
the bright luminary whose power ro 1 it itobeys itOblS itogees
obeys obeysLike ogees OblSUkl ogeesIil
Like Iil all misunderstood phenomena phenomenacomets phllIonwllaI phenununacomets
comets I lt were ere once a source of it terror terrorHowever tlrrOIit terrorII
However II weer it is is not 111 > 1 the ignorant alone alonewho alnnwho aloneylto
who + have ha c considered the possibility hlisibilit of a acollision aIoltbioll acollision
collision with a comet The French Frenchgovernment FrlnchgOIlIIlIIln Frenchi
i government oyernlttent t once referred Id lrrld the t Itl matter matt I to toits tot toits
its t most able astronomers astroll ltlll and received receivedtlu rl receiedthe liwd liwdtlw
the followingjeply following reply
We l have found fc > ttnd that out of of 281000 281000oco Smooooco SIOOOoeo
oco chances there thlI is only unl one unfavor unfavorable ImfavMalh unfaorallt ¬
able Admitting Adlllittin thenfor thlII for a moment iuoltentthat momentthat mOllllntthat
that the comets which may m stay strike the theearth tIll1Ith theearth
earth with their thL 1 nuclei won would Id annihilate annihilatethe
the whole human race the danger Iangl of
to each individual indi llllal resulting
from from the t Iw appearance a PI1Ia lII1lI of the t hl comet would wouldbe wouldbe 011 hi hihI
be exactly lxadl equal to the risk run if in an anurn anUn anttrn
urn therewas there was only nil one single inll white ball ballamong bnlllmong ballanoag
among a total of281003000 of S SIoJJ000 IOO o halls and andthat andtlwt andthat
that his condemnation of of death 11 ath would wouldbi1 wmILlhI wouldhe
bi1 the inevitable consequence of 111 the thewhite thlwhitl thethite
white balls being produced at the first firstdrawing rirstdr firstdrawing
drawing dr drawing 1wing to Tampa Times TimesA s sA
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A Hearty Appitite Appititeis
is what most mn t babes have but is of no nobenefit nol1lnll nobenefit
benefit t tothem t to < then if they thl tiler have h1 ye worsts1k worms wormsI3e wormsBl
I3e sure 5 your your lur baby ba lW is not troubled troubledwith t troubledwith roubll < 1 1with
with thorn th lil Sure symptoms symptomsalways symptomsalwayshung always alwayshungry
hungry rings rin s under the eyes Cli not notpaining not notgaining nutgaining
paining gaining ill weight and yellow IlI w com complexion compkxion contplexion ¬
plexion A 1 few fl v doses of Whites WhitesCroam WhitesCrlmn Chiteslyre
Croam lyre mn Vermifuge rll1itugl will willlxpdl expel all worms wormsIt wormsI worntsIt
It I t is is a positive 11 it 1 cure and reliable Price Pricecents I
2 cents cents per bottle Sold by all drug druggists druggtts druggists ¬
gists
There is no way W stay of of improving a aplace nsn aPlace
place sn much as a by b encouraging good goodmerchants good11Ilrhnts goodnterehants
merchants good llhl schools and good goodpeople goodIlopll goodpcopk
people to tl settle among 1mon you and this thiscan tlu tluIan thiscan
can not bo done unlessyou unless you von spend your yourmonev YUilll1C1t1ey your yourIllotlCylt
monev l1C1t1ey IllotlCylt at home homeThe honwThe home1le
The peculiar properties pro tirs of Chamber ChamberIains Chamberbins Chamberlairs
bins Cough COl h Remedy ll1ttld have been beenthoroughly hllnthMIughly beenthoroughly
thoroughly tested during epidemics lpidllnicsof of ofof ofof
of influenza and when it was taken t1 cn in intime It1 It1t indine
time t iml we have ha I art nr t heard of a I single case caseof C1seoi caseof
of pneumonia pfCtUllO lia Sold by All Druggists DruggistsIf
J attd
If I f I you run 01 are area a kicker and see the theshadows thesha theshado
shado shadows sha os s of failure in everything that thatis thatis thatis
is proposed to help the town for forheavens flrhccns forheavens
heavens sake go into some secluded scll1d d t
anyon al1on am on and kick your our own sh on onle on1l onto
le clay cln bank and give he the th men who tvhoworking whoworking whoW
working to build up the town a aC ae
5 xe C One longfaced holloweyedg holloweyed
W rl g l carping chronic kicker can cll do dokeep dokeep dop
l l p keep away awn business and an capital capitalwn I
wn thanall than all the drouths short shortnch shortI shortInch shortnett
I Inch bugs cyclones and an bliz blizfeined 1 1t I
t feined illcd
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J H TATUM TATUMPresident J P MACE B E PREVATT PREVATTVicePresidents W E SULLIVAN SULLIVANCashier SULLIVANPresident SULLIVANPresident
President VicePresidents Cashier CashierTHE CashierTHE CashierTHE
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BANKCAPITAL BANKCAPITAL BANKCAPITAL
CAPITAL STOCK 50000 50000DeLnn 50000DeLal1 50000DeLan
DeLnn d Florida FloridaWill FloridaH t tWill
H H HWill
Will open for business early in January 1910 on the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of Woodland Boulevard and New York Avenue AvenueHILE AvenueWHILE AvenueW
RILE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK will be conducted under a National Nationalcharter Nationalcharter Nationalcharter
WHILE W charter about it thrown those strong safeguards by the Federal Government Governmentfor
for the protection of its it stockholders and depositors it will in all intents intentsand intentsand intentsand
and purposes be a peoples bank and not a c1o close e corporation Its stockholders stockholdersnumber stockboldersnunlber stockholdersnumber
number sixtyodd representative citizens residing at Seville Pierson Emporia EmporiaBarberville HmporiaBarberville EmporiaBarberville
Barberville Spring Garden DaLand Lake Helen Orange City and Osteen The
Board of composed of successful business men of the county is of itself a aguarantae agUllanbe aguarantee
guarantee that the bank will be conducted cO 1duct1 d wit wits a sound judgment and along careful carefulbusiness carefulbusiness carefulbusiness
business lines and it solicits your patronage assuring you every accommodation accommodationconsistent accommojatloIlconsistent acccmmodationconsistent
consistent wits conservative banking Our cashier c1shi r Mr W E Sullivan has hardseventeen had hadseventeen hadseventeen
seventeen years experience as a bank cashier and in such j ch capacity for THE FIRST FIRSTNATIONAL FIRSTNATIONAL FIRSTNATIONAL
NATIONAL BANK OF DELAND he will strive to merit your confidence and patronage patronageBOARD patronageI patronageBOARD
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J H TATUM J P MACE J C ROBINSON fODl JSON A T PATTILLO W E SULLIVAN SULLIVANW
W C JACKSON W C WATTS J D SPRAKE F S TAYLOR TAYLORW
W A ALLEN V W GOULD B E PREVATT JOHN CRANOR CRANORXXXXX
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THE TRUTH TRUTHA fRUTHcOllplL
A 1 couple of years Iars ago a o a cranky lrank sort sortof sortof Oltnf
of an in old nnn m11i con into thUollice thUolliceand this otlicl otlicllIHl otheeand
and stopped his paper beeause some something something Something ¬
thing in it did not just suit his hi taney taneyhave faneyhavc fan
11 > have frequently met him him on the thestreet tilltlllt thestleet
street since that time ti 1w and it is amus ailasimig amusing alllusill ¬
ing ill to note the look of surprise on the theok theold
ok 1111 old fellows face f fte lI that we are 11 still in inexistence inlX inldstc0ee
existence lX StCIl regardless ll antllSi of the fact that thatlie thatIll thathe
lie stopped his Iti paper Some d < I w wnnll iy iyand l land
and it wont he II long either eithlrthnt eithert that old oldgentleman o ogllItllman oldtntltnuut
gentleman tntltnuut will turntip turn up his toes tol Iljs Iljsheart His Hishe lIi s sheart
heart he n will he ll stilled st illllI forever ot Ir Ilis Hisneighbors Ilistllighhol Ilisneighbors
neighbors and friends will follow his hislifeless histifdlss hislifeless
lifeless clay el to the silent city l t and andlay andla andlay
lay la it to rest among the t he flowers An Anobitn cn cnolitu n noliill1ll
obitn oliill1ll pry will ill be published l lblishlll in these thesecolumns theSllOIUmll thesecolunuts
columns telling what a kind father fathera
a good neighbor and beloved citizen citixenhe citizenh itixlnhl
h he was waswhich which the recording angel angolwill ang1will angelill
will ill overlook for charitys chal sake and andin tlnllin andin
in a l very very 11 short time he h will be for forgotten forgottln forgotten ¬
gotten As he lies out there in the thecold tlwlold thecold
cold cold graveyard gla Ia Id wrapped wra ppell in the thesilent t thesilent Iw IwsilltIt
silent slumber luml lr ot o of death he will never neverknow nerJnow neverurn
know urn that the last kind k 111 word spoken spokenof
of f him was by In the editor of that paper paperwhich paperwhich paperwhich
which in life Iif he so 0 spitefully stop stopped stopl atoppcdKe ¬
ped l pcdKe Key West Citizen CitizenIs
Is I s it right rigl and proper for an editor to towrite toWtitl towrite
write a a fluttering lying obituary about abouta
a 1 stingy t 1I1g old hardheaded cuss who whowanted tviioanted ho holI1tll
wanted lI1tll everybody to believe hllil as he hebelieved h hhclield hebcliCVCll
believed or not not believe at all allDiversify allDiversify I
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Diversify Your Crops
If 1 f our friends of the cotton lot ton zone zoneare zoneare
are m longheaded they thl will do two twothings twothings twothings
things in i 1 KMO tint they tllc ought to do doThey doThl doThey
They Thl will remember tlie ijeont I llnt cotton cot cotton ¬
ton of of nice and plant a greater gl gritc1 atlr acre acreage alrlage acreage ¬
age of the th white staple than they theyplanted thl
this year year And m l they thl will ilI at attend at atte1l1 attend
tend to the raising of stock as a > well wellas
as to the growing of the cereal crops cropsWe cropsYl crops11e
We Yl never shall have ha c cheaper beef beefjudging bel belju beetjulging
judging ju < king from the present outlook out look until un until until ¬
til the farmers of the south and east eastlike Cstlike castlike
like those of the west and southwest southwestaim sOlltl1wtaim southwestaint
aim to raise rai at home all the stuff that thatthey thattlll thatthey
they tlll are to consume at home Theage The Theago Th
ago a e of universal un vegetarianism l ltarianism is is not notvet nott notvet I
vet t and the day d of South American Americanbeef lmerkanbeef meril111ihl
beef ihl though coming s not decided decidedIntelligent IllddlllI decidedIntelligent
Intelligent I farmers all over the land landare landtr landare
are tr aiming so far as possible to feed feedtheir feedtheir
their families otY the home acres and andthis andthis
this primarily is i what farms fa 1111 are for forPensacola fOIPenslol1 forPensacola
Pensacola Journal JournalYoud JOlrnalYOld Journaload
Youd oad scarce expect IWlt one of mv my ago agoin atl atlin agein
in merchandising to engage lnga l andhope andhopeto alhl ho l lto
to get I d a having trade trall without the local localpipers t tpipers
pipers aid And yet I did that very verything very verytlting ry
thing I opened op nd up a store last spring springthis sprtngtli springthis I
this tli month the sheriff took my 11 my stock stockand stockanu stockand
and sold it at the auction block Dont Dontview Dontvie
view vie ic me with a scornful L1Infullt eye eve but sim sitnPly simply simpi ¬ I
ply pi say sa say as I pass pl S by I1 there goes go s a fool foolwho foolTito
who 110 seemed s lmLd to think th 1ik he hadno had no use for forprinters fellprinters forprinters
printers ink to There here is a truth t rut h as asbroad sbroad I Ibroad
broad earth and business bus
as lIlss men I jshould Ishould Ishould
should know its worth tis t is simply this thisthe his i ithe I
the public buys its goods oods fromthose fromthosewho from those thoslwho thosewho
who advertise advertiseTallahassee = Tallahassee Democrat D De moerat moerats
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Fire from Unusual Cause CauseA
A 0 peculiar conflagration conf1 grtion occurred occurredat occurrl occurrlIt
at It the Dunnellon Cos Lo s commisary commisarynear comnlisarvnear
near 1 ar Hernando one night last week wctkdriwr A Adriver Adriver
driver went into the building buit in to get getsome getsonic
some hay h and in opening op ning a bale the thewire tIllwirl thewire
wire sprung sprimg and an hit a lamp he was washolding ryasholding Y >
holding in his hand resulting in the thedestruction thedcstruction thedestruction
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States government Jlrn1lknl nine cents c nts per perpound Perpound llr llrpould
pound tor transporting secondcliss secondclissmail sl ondclHH ondclHHmail
mail matter says SIVS Mr It Taft in his hismessage hi hismessage
message to congress The 11 Ie express expresscompanies expresscompanies
companies compan ils carry larr newspapers for 101 one onecent onlcellt onecent
cent per pound pOlIldthl the rate charged chargedthe
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companies 1 1 1111t1h would + + ould lost tw eight cents on
f ev llI etry ry pound of newspapers carried
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I Uncle V ndl Sam The exjwss express companies companiespay compaliep
pay p v the th railroads just onehalt cent
I for transporting newspapers ae + spapers Taft Taftwutts
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