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The special midwinter edition of the theFort theFort theFort
Fort Myers Press which whi h has just reached reach reached reached ¬
ed us is I thoroughly creditable in all re respects repects rew respects ¬
w spects It is in magazine form hand handsomely handaomely handeonrely ¬
somely illustrated and full of good goodBitter goodmatter goodmatter
matter showing the resources and ad advantage adnntage adYantages ¬
vantage of Fort Myers and Lee county countyThe countyThe countyThe
The Florida Press Association met inttaamtl in inamual
amual 011 session u Ol1 in St Augustine this thisweek thisw thiswk
week w k and with Editors Hetherington Hetheringtonand
and d Appleyard on deck and with a fairtiriout fair fairtanwot fairtIIrMUt
tanwot of the rank and file the occa occasion occaWU occawas ¬
sion wu of course a success We WeWort Wethere VetHre
Wort there in spirit but the imperious imperiousfeto imperiouseh1eetsf I IiIu
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pe ey fr 11 all people and all pa pait paIt paIe
it AttgttitiM A Ao wrtbie celebrated the 3Wtljunto 3Wtl 397thfAIry 39ktlw
junto fAIry tf t the arrival of Ponce d dLee de detMt dL
L Lee w ot tMt pt with th elaborate anyb am amh and andthis
h < < ifrd oorojftMiiw this week an anDie and andWw anishe
Die ipaiitt gw1MW Ww oU city was thronged wit wityWtra witdittoes
dittoes 1 to wttneei the impressive pa pagitnei pap pat
gitnei p t St AM0 A Aa it rKine > tine ie uptodate ai aiwo as aswi awsN
wo wi aatiq II u aRt i and she is one of theshirr the thitowns theMtw
shirr towns of Florida of which we are anAge arepr arew1
w1 proud pr d Age A e cannot C oot wither hertnr her hero
tnr r ottstim o ftom stale the unfailing charn charnel charmc charnof
el c her r Pence de Leon carnival If olcPonca ok okPence oldP
Pence P ct could rewrrect his hallowed cor corporeeity corptrOIfly corproelty
poreeity and see how gorgeously hi himemory his hisIHm hiMmery
memory IHm rY is honored ii that old town orthese or orthese ont1MIc
these anniversary days he would prob probably probably probably ¬
ably fall dead again under the shock ofthe of oithe ofthe
the surprise and joy joyWe joyVe joyWe
We note that the Pensacola Newsthe News Newsthe Newsthe
the Live Oak Democrat and the Gaines Gainesville Gainesville Gainesr ¬
r ville Sun have been bee discussing the pres presidency presI presIdency ¬
I idency of the State university and inti intimate intimate intimate ¬
mate that Dr Sledd is not the man mansuited mani mansuited mansuited
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suited for that important position positionPalmetto positionPalinetto positionPalmetto
Palmetto News NewsYou NewsYou NewsYou
You didnt see any such intimation in hithe inthe inthe
the Democrat There was not a line lineof lineof lineof
of criticism of Dr Sled Sledd in any any anything anything anything ¬
thing we said s id for we knew nothing to tohis tohis
his 1 discredit or disparagement and not noteven noteven noteven
even even did we hint that he was not the theright theright theright
right man in the right place In what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the Democrat said It confined itself to toan toan toan
an expression of opinion as to what whatkind whatkind whatkind
kind of man should be president of the theuniversity theuniversity theuniversity
university in order to promote its suc success success success ¬
cess
The indications are growing that the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present State pension law will come in infor infor infor
for some very pungent criticism during duringthe duringthe
the next session of the legislature and andit andit andit
it is is not improbable that it may be bematerially bematerially bematerially
materially changed That there is rea reason reason reason ¬
son for such change has been clearly clearlypointed clearlypointed clearlypointed
pointed out but that law is loaded loadedana loadedana loadedand
ana it will take a legislator of almost almostheroic almostheroic almostheroic
heroic mould to monkey with it in a ahostile ahoItUe ahoetlle
hostile spirit It will be universally universallyconceded universaIlyconceded universallyconceded
conceded that the man who earned a apension apeos apension
pension peos OD by actual service as a soldier soldierduring soldierduring soldierdaring
during the war and who really needs it itROW itIIOW itsow
ROW for the support of himself and andand andaad andad
and family if he has a family should shouldget shouldget shouldget
get a pension from the State but why whythepeople whythe whythepeople
thepeople the people should be taxed to give pen penstau penIiIna penkns
stau to those who cannot meet these thesetwo thesetwo thesetwo
two conditions is a proposition by no nomeans n9aa
aa means 0 WS so clear There are plenty of ofstories ofttones ofIrtoriea
stories afloat of men on the State penalen pen pension penIoa ¬
sion Ioa rolls who saw no real service as asseldf asMldICfS aseeadfers
seldf MldICfS ers during the war and are too well wellIxed wellbed wellaxed
bed to need the assistance of the theState theState theState
State and if the pension law shall be beso beso
so changed as to exclude this class therewill there therewill therewfi1
will doubtless be no protest from the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people who pay the freight And to tocut to1t tocut
cut 1t off this element might be to make makeimpossible makeRpossib1e makeIt
It impossible to increase the pittance now nowpaid oowpaid nowpaid
paid to the really realI deserving veterans veteranswithout veteranswithout veteranswithout
without adding to the burdens of the thetaxpayers thetaxpayers thetaxpayers
taxpayers taxpayers1
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THE LEADING ISSUEThe ISSUE ISSUEThe ISSUEThe
The legislature convenes next week weekand w wand weekand
and the indications point to one of themost themost the themost
most important sessions held in many manjyears manyyears manyyears
years A number of large questions questionsoutside questionsoutside questionsoutside
outside the usual class will come up upfor upfor upfor
for consideration but beyond doubt the theissue theissue theissue
issue in which the widest and deepestinterest deepest deepestinterest deepestinterest
interest is felt is that of the submission submissionof
of a prohibition amendment to the con constitution constitution constitution ¬
stitution stitutionThe stitutionThe stitutionThe
The prohibition people have stated statedconfidently statedconfidently statedconfidently
confidently and their statement has hasbeen hasbeen I
been widely widelypub1isbed published that the neces necessary necessary necessary ¬
sary threefifths of the memberselect memberselectare
are pledged in writing to vote for the thesubmission theUbmission thesubmission
submission of an amendment but the theantis theantis theantis
antis deny with apparently equal confi confidence confidence confidence ¬
dence that pledges to that extent tent have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been given The liquor people will un undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly be in force at Tallahassee Tallahasseeand Tal1 Cjee Cjeeand
and do their utmost utm st to prevent the pas passage passage passage ¬
sage of a resolution submitting the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment but experience in the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South has shown that when the decisive decisivefight decisivefight decisivefight
fight on this question comes so great greatis
is the power of public sentiment thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the saloon crowd generally goes down downin
in prompt defeat and its boasted powermakes power powermakes powermakes
makes a very poor showing of strength strengthWhether strengthWhether strengthWhether
Whether this will be the case at Tallahassee Talla Tallahassee Tallahassee ¬
hassee remains to be seen seenProminent seenProminent seenProminent
Prominent in the fight for prohibition prohibitionwill
will be Senator McMullen from the theTampa theTampa theTampa
Tampa district and the following from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Tampa Tribune of Tuesday con concerning concerning concerning ¬
cerning his attitude will be of interest interestalthough interestalthough interestalthough
although the reporter probably got him himdown himdown himdown
down wrong when he speaks of a prohibition pro prohibition prohibition ¬
hibition bill passing the legislature legislatureas
as he doubtless meant a joint resolu ¬
tion providing for the submission to
people of a prohibition amendment amendmentThat
That a prohibition bill is certain tobe to tobe tobe
be introduced into the State legislature legislatureat
at its approaching meeting in Talla Tallahassee TalIahassee Tallahassee ¬
hassee with strong probability of pass passing passing passing ¬
ing both house and senate was thestatement the thestatement thestatement
statement made yesterday afternoon afternoonby
by Don C McMullen senator from this thisdistrict thisdistrict thisdistrict
district Mr McMullen confessed that thathe thathe thathe
he had no idea who will introduce the thebill thebill thebill
bill and spoke as if there th re is a likelihood likelihoodof
of several persons trying for the honor honorHe honorHe honorHe
He declared that he will not introduce introducethe
the bill himself but that he will intro introduce introduce introduce ¬
duce such a billhimself bill himself if he found out outthat outthat I
that no one else will do so When the theprohibition theprohibition theprohibition
prohibition bill is introduced Mr Mc McMullen McMullen McMullen ¬
Mullen declared that he will make a awarm awarm awarm
warm fight for it as he was elected on ona ona ona
a prohibition platform against Robert RobertMcNamee RobertMcNamee RobertMcNamee
McNamee running on a local option optionplatform optionplatform optionplatform
platform When the amendment will willtake willtake willtake
take effect depepds on the provisions provisionsof
of the act of the legislature but the theconsensus theconsensus theconsensus
consensus of opinion seems to be that it itwill itwill itwill
will be made to take effect January 1
1911 shortly after it is submitted to tothe tothe tothe
the people at the general election of
1910 It is believed that Jan 1 1911 1911as
as the date for the amendment to go in ¬
to effect is agreeable to everyone interested in interested interested ¬
terested in it There is believed to be beno beno beno
no doubt that the amendment will be becarried becarried becarried
carried when it is presented to the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people peopleThe peopleThe peopleThe
The Short Talks man on the Times TimesUnion TimesUnion TimesUnion
Union has long been a pleasant and andhighlyrespected andhighlyrespected andhighlyrespected
highlyrespected mystery as to his per personality personality personality ¬
sonality with a large majority of the thebrethren thebrethren thebrethren
brethren of the State press His calm calmclear calmclear calmclear
clear judicial style and rare faculty for forgetting forgetting forgetting
getting at the meat of a subject andputting and andputting andputting
putting it in admirably condensed form formbefore formbefore formbefore
before the reader his quiet humor and andamiable andamiable andamiable
amiable satire sparingly indulged and andabove andabove andabove
above all his fine philosophic spirit spiritwith spiritwith spiritwith
with no alloy of passion or prejudice or orthe orthe orthe
the small resentments thatmar that I mar the thework thework thework
work of too many press writers make makethis makethis makethis
this unknown of the TimesUnion dis distinctly distinctly distinctly ¬
tinctly a favorite with the readers of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that paper But he has been unmasked unmaskedat
at last as witness the following from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Ocala StarMr Star StarMr StarMr
Mr Edgar is the Short Talks edi editor editor editor ¬
tor of the Jacksonville TimesUnion TimesUnionand
and through his innate modesty there thereare thereare thereare
are but few who have bJvemethim met methim him and few fewwho fewwho fewwho
who ever knew his name always re referring referring referring ¬
ferring to him as the Short Talks TalksManv TalksMan TalksMan
Man Manv His column is the first to be bescanned bescanned bescanned
scanned by the editors and no other otherwriter otherwriter otherwriter
writer on the Times Union has his hismatter hismatter hismatter
matter so widely copied Mr Edgar Edgaris
is loved by the press gang ng for his uni uniform uniform uniform ¬
form courtesy and kindness in dealing dealingwith deAlingvth dealingwith
with the State press and the matters matterswhich matterswhich matterswhich
which concern cone ern them He inspires en encourages encourages encourages ¬
courages and is always helpful helpfuland and is isyet isyet isyet
yet to say the first unkind word about aboutany aboutany aboutany
any newspaper in the State or anyity any anyity anycity
ity village or hamlet which hich that pa paper paper paer ¬
per er serves servesThe servesThe servesThe
The Leesburg Commercial makes the theerroneous theerroneouS therroneons
erroneouS erroneous statement that the Demorat Demoerat Demo Democrat ¬
rat in connection with the Pensacola PensacolaNews PensacolaNews Pensacoladews
News and the Gainesville Sun has hasidvocated hasadvocated hasadvocated
advocated a change c nge in the presidency presidencyf
of f the State university H Both the thether theother theether
> other papers mentioned have done so soHit sobut soxtt
Hit the Democrat entered the discus discusiion discussion discusion
ion merely to ask what was S the objec
toll to Dt Shedd S andaid and sad nothing nothingcriticism notb not C Ccriticlim I Icritici
criticism critici m of bin The Thethinks Cbmaereia Cbmaereiathinks Cot erCial erCialthinks
thinks very highly of Dr Sledd atncconcludes anc ancconcludes and andconck1des
concludes a strong article on the sub subject ibject fMlbject ¬
ject of his presidency as foBows foBowsThe foBowsUThe fowsThe
The critics of the university do not no1bring notbring notbring
bring any charges against Dr Sledd as asa asa a aa
a man man a scholar or an educator they thejsimply theysimply theysimply
simply assert a ert that the university is not mla nota
a success in point of numbers They Thejseem Theyseem Theyseem
seem to have entirely overlooked the theconditions theconditions theconditions
conditions which work against it itDr itDr itDr
Dr Sledd of the university and DrMurphree Dr DrMurphree DrMurphree
Murphree of the Female College are areboth areboth areboth
both good men They are both schol schohars scholars scholars ¬
ars practical educators and admirablegentlemen admirable admirablegentlemen admirablegentlemen
gentlemen Each is doing a good work workin
in his respective place The press of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State will make a mistake if it itmeasures itmeasures itmeasures
measures the value of Dr Sledd by the theattendance theattendance theattendance
attendance alone in his institution institutionWe institut on onWe
We must look to the conditions which whichaffect whichaffectthat whichaffect
affect affectthat that attendance We are relia reliably reliably reliably ¬
bly informed that the Board of Control Controlis
is standing by Dr Sledd in this attack attackupon attackupon attackupon
upon him We hope it will continue c > to todo todo todo
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do so
i liAe e Slortda Press StressOur i it iOur t
Our friends who are so urgent in ad advocating advocating advocating ¬
vocating State uniformity on the ground groundof
of economy should adopt the plan of ofHernando ofHernando I
Hernando county free books U For Forseventeen Forseventeen Forseventeen
seventeen years this county has oper operated operated operated ¬
ated the free book system to the entire entiresatisfaction entiresatisfaction entiresatisfaction
satisfaction of the people peopleBrooksville peopleBrooksvilleArgus Brooksville BrooksvilleArgus rooksvilleArgus
Argus ArgusThe ArgusThe ArgusThe
The Extent of Maj Butlers Fife PgeThe FifeThe PileThe
The Suwannee Democrat accuses usof us usof usof
of being in the capitalist class on account ac account account ¬
count of a recent purchase of lots from fromCapt fromCapt fromCapt
Capt Hawkins Upon reading the theitem theitem theitem
item we immediately dove down into intoour intoour intoour
our pocketbook and found 30 cents centsthe centsthe centsthe
the extent of our pile The fact of thematter the thematter thematter
matter is one does not have to be a
capitalist to acquire a home in Inverness Inver Inverness Inverness ¬
ness or any part of Citrus countyIn countyInverness ¬
verness Chronicle ChronicleWaifes ChronicleWailes ChronicleWailes
Wailes Claim Is JustWe JustWe Just JustWe
We see the Wailcs claim is to come comeup comeup comeup
up again before the legislature for set settlement settlement settlement ¬
tlement We deem this not only a justclaim just justclaim justclaim
claim but a debt of honor and we trust trustthe trustthe trustthe
the members of the legislature will so solook solook solook
look upon it The state has received receivedits
its money from the general govern government government government ¬
ment and we we believe had it not been beenfor beenfor beenfor
for thelabors the labors of Col Wailes the state statenever statenever statenever
never wonW have received the same sameLet sameLet sameLet
Let the legislature be honest and just justOcala justOeala justOcala
Ocala Star StarA
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A fight to a Finish FinishColumbia finishColumbia FinishColumbia
Columbia county is all stirred up over overa
a wet and dry election that is to be beheld beheld beheld
held in that county in the latter part
of April The liquor people have secured se secured secured ¬
cured the requisite number of signers signersto
to their petition and are assured an anelection anelection anelection
election but the temperance people are areholding arehokling areholding
holding mass meetings and organising organisingto
to fight the issue to a finish Its go going going going ¬
ing to be an expensive effort to rees reestablish reestablish reestablish ¬
tablish those hotbeds of vice and de depravity depravity dcpravity ¬
pravity in Columbia county countyDeLand countyDeLandRecord DeLand DeLandRecord DeLandRecord
Record RecordTwo RecordTwo RecordTwo
Two Inverness Bachelors BachelorsA
A rather comical incident occurred to totwo totwo totwo
two old bachelor friends of ours at an anearly anearly anearly
early hour Thursday morning during duringthe
the raging of the storm When it was wasat wasat wasat
at its height the wind blowing a ter terrible terrible terrible ¬
rible gale and surging to and fro the thevivid thevivid thevivid
vivid lightning accompanied by loud loudpeals 10udpeals loudpeals
peals of thunder which was terrific terrificthe terrificthe terrificthe
the two old bachelors were terribly terriblyfrightened terriblyfrightened terriblyfrightened
frightened One was holding the door doorwhile doorwhile doorwhile
while the other was praying Finally Finallythe
the one at the door said to his partner partnerNow plrtnerNow partnerNow
Now you come and hold the door and andlet andlet andlet
let me pray awhile Thus it is our ourconscience ourconscienee ourconscience
conscience makes cowards of us all allInverness allInverness allInvemess
Inverness Chronicle ChronicleEconomic ChronicleEconomic ChronicleEconomic
Economic Side of Murder MurderIt
It would be interesting to know what whatexpense whatexpense whatexpense
expense the county has been put to in inthe inthe inthe l
the trial of murder cases since the first firstday firstday firstday i
day of May last year And this expense ex expense expense ¬
pense will continue so long as the mur murderers murderers murderers ¬
derers are set free and patted on the theback theback theback
back There is a commandment Thou 6IfhouShalt ThouShalt ThouShalt
Shalt Not Kill and ianine ill nine cases out outof outof outof
of ten there is a way of avoiding the thekilling thekilling thekilling
killing of a fellow being Those kill killings killings killings ¬
ings that could have been avoided are arethe arethe arethe
the ones that should be condemned condemnedThere condemnedThere condemnedThere
There hasnt been a self defense plea pleaborne pleaborne pleaborne
borne out in a murder trial in Dade Dadecounty Dadecounty Dadecounty
county in a long time When will this thislife thislife thislife
life taking campaign ceases ceasesMiami ceasesMiamiMetropolis ceasesMiamiMetropolis Miami MiamiMetropolis
Metropolis MetropolisCatch
Catch Him at Any Cost CostThe CostThe CostThe
The killing of Sheriff Laagston of ofLeon ofLeon ofLeon
Leon county by a mean and vicious ne neJTD negr ner
gr JTD r > whom he had a warrant for and andittempted andattempted andattempted
attempted to arrest was a cruel and andowardly andcowardly andowardly
owardly one The negro who did the thedlHng thekilling thecilllog
killing made good is t5 escape and up to
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now has not been apprehended A largreward large largereward largereward <
reward should at once be offered anc ancevery and andevery amevery
every citizen should do his best to cap capture capture capture
ture the redhanded assassin Lang Langston Langston Langston
ston was a good man and a fearless fearlesfofficer fearlessofficer fearlessofficer
officer The murderer should be appre apprebended apprehended apprehended
hended at all hazards even if a rewarc rewarcof reward rewardof rewarcof
of 10000 is necessary raised by priate pri private private ¬
vate subscription He should be made madean
an example of This killing of officers officersin
in the discharge of their duties should shouldbe shouldbe
be stopped It is anarchy pure and andsimple andsimple andsimpleInverness
simple simpleInverness Inverness ChronicleIn Chronicle
In Maj Butlers BailiwickThe Bailiwick BailiwickThe BailiwickThe
The Masons of Inverness propose to tobuild tobulk i ibuild
build a large threestory brick and ce cement cement cement ¬
ment building The first floor will be beused beused beused
used as the Chronicles office and sec second second seeond ¬
ond floor for offices and the third a aMasonic aMasonic aMasonic
Masonic temple Inverness is growing growingand
and the way the Chronicle is spreading spreadingout
out is marvelous The editor of the theChronicle theChronicle theChronicle
Chronicle is so busy with the duties of ofclerk ofclerk ofclerk
clerk of the court he had no time to toedit toedit toedit
edit his paper and has imported G S SMcAfee SMcAfee SMcAfee
McAfee of Kentucky who arrived be before before before ¬
fore the holidays and has proved a acrackerjack acrackerjack acrackerjack
crackerjack editorial writer while Ma Major Major Major ¬
jor Butler than whom there is no bet better better better ¬
ter local editor and news gatherer in inthe inthe inthe
the state is building him an uptodate uptodatebungalow uptodatebungalow uptodatebungalow
bungalow in the suburbs of the town tawnSure townSure townSure
Sure there is thrift and growing prosperity pros prosperity properity ¬
perity to all who are allied with the theChronicle theChronicleOcala theChronicleOcala
Chronicle ChronicleOcala Ocala Star StarTake StarTake StarTake
Take It Out of Politics PofitksSome PoliticsSome PoeticsSome
Some of the papers are clamoring for forthe forthe forthe
the removal of Dr Sledd as president presidentof
of the state university claiming that thathe thathe thathe
he has made a failure of it It is our ouropinion ouropinion ouropinion
opinion that the university was a fail failure failure failure ¬
ure long before Dr Sledd took hold of ofit ofit ofit
it and the contemplated change will willnot willnot willnot
not benefit it unless his successor is isgiven isgiven aliven
given the proper encouragement and andhelp andhelp andhelp
help instead of knocks U But the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University of Florida must be taken takenout takenout takengut
out of politics before it will ever
a
amount to any 1D1tW1r tWog Dr Drure Drure 3 3ore
ure to make good a II o uw ftfit i iit i iit f1Ii f1Iiit
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prejudice agafart hint How M Mit h hit fe feit >
it Whit Whataw UMltUH Mtl have wta WI i iefforts r refforts 1 1efforts
efforts of bk meeitior will dI Ml hi krlifted fe festead
lifted by bysteld some sash pt js1k aU aUstead
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