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i mm VOL X-NO. ltt U MADISON, FLA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2-1. 10?. 0. JOHN N. C. STOCKTON'S SPACE A Little Journey to the rndi-rstanding of Laymen. BY A NON-ritOl'ESSiuNAl.. IT IS well known to till nu n in .vl.oin those presents may come (this, 1 Ulifve, savors somewhat of legal I'linn-enlogy) that lawyers are good and handy to have; around when a man is tryingto keep i.ut of trouble-also when a man is living to make trouble for the otlii r iVliuw.' Lawyers are useful to liiw-making bcdits. ai cl no one will deny the ndvun nge of laving a goodly number of itun jiks in the United Slates f-enate. They keep the laymen (riH'u.Mi" ju: t ordinai'v folk, innocent of rinse ;i s ri:i- tion with Blaekstonel from I'd::::' r.:s a: :'a.ilt and battery with or without malice aforethought tas the law books say) on the Constitution, made and erovided by the revolutionary Fathers - and -they (the .awyers) ctme out strongon oratory when the galleries ;,ie u owdtd. 1 ! We are told, by no less an authority than the New Y.tI hat Evening Tost, a real nice and conservative paper, THE UNITED nri?r. ANF. i'2 LAWYERS IN STATES SENATE KKiill NOW Ami that a majority of the forty-two are attorneys fi r Trusts and Corporations. It plainly appears from ihesc plain figures that tin law vers have the big bulge on the rest of mankind when a comes to representation in the higher branch of the count rv's law-making body. ('"portion is not only a good rule to apply in figuring I 'In ir and hire, income and outgo, and all other things, ten it is THE PARTICULAR rule most particularly ap ; ;i d to representative government. l.iaving the other states to manage Uiings for their -; ,.),s. we will apply this rule to THIS STATE, and see !.ov we stand Moii.la, according to R. G. Dun & Co., has 'Asm I Ims ;, j.s men. There are probably some that Dun has over looked, so, let's call it ten thousand. We have in our midst some twelve hundred lawyers belonging to the State Bar Association. There are some who don't belong, and to show a liberal spirit we will put the number of lawyers in Florida at two thousand. 2.UIMI is of 10,000. So there should be 1-5 as many lawyers as business men in the United States Senate from Florida. At present there are half as many lawyers as business men representing Florida in the United States Senate. Thus is the equitable rule of proportion broken or bad !v bent. Florida is not allowed but two senators, and here should be 1 1-2 business men and S-lOof a lawyer to preserve the law of proportion from violation. But the people of Florida are not. to be satisfied with :'-ld of a lawyer to serve them in the United States Sen they demand a whole lawyer, and an extra good ci,' too! They have him in the person of Duncan U. !'! teher, whose senatorial term runs until 1015. m save this acutely disproportionate situation at l.oaie and to help cut down the professional prcponder i.M. in the Senate where the lawyers now have near ly ib'ty per cent of the vole-the people of Florida must at wisely, and with judgment whetted to luen dis crimination by the pending emergency. , Trie to the professional habit of keeping Hie legal v ic , ve on the main cbanc". TWO lawyers are now ..v ,.g ingot the seat of ONE business man now m the S'!li:i' from Florida. x,. ,,, tp.m . i .H N. C. STOCKTON IS NOT ONE OF IILh Ill) IS A CANDIDATE 1 OR UNITED Si A 1 EsSEN ToIl. i!E IS A BUSINESS MAN. ! .- is well qualified t act as the representative ul .ill people of Florida in the United States Senate. He knows as much about governmental all airs as cither of the two lawyers, who want to increase the Vgal population of the Senate. ,.,. He has been more in touch with the people b mean . f his 22 years on the firing line of the people s light lor their rights, than either one or both ot his opponents. Now. this cause coming on to be heard, and evidence submitted, and briefs presented, and arguments listen ed to, and the law of proportion considered - Judgment is hereby given that this shall be the slogan C LET? PufSoCKfON IN THIS TIME." Done and ordered by popular uprising in open con clave this present time. mrv The People's W ill JUDGE. Malison at the Georuia Carolina r.:i,' Mr. .loim I., I'mnlii. :iIw:k v, i Ii of u 'I wr it hii! uwiki' !o tin: iiu:i"i',:iiM 1 1-i li'' 'lie I li! '.V .1 vs iiri r 1o ilu lie i'. in fill' Ilie lii-l.'di L i,l .M cll-iill 1 ini'l M:ctiim coiiiily, rri-J'.iii'lcil In llit: ui'i't of Mnj'ir iU"nrr, l.'ililj mi'l Iii'lus'ri il Aiiciit or lie M-ifj yin .in I Kioii'l.i K.iilw.'iv, iiml sent u i -mull i lnliit of tlif l 'I'liH'N of Ins I lull , 1.IVIIIL'-'"!! 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I Hnr Sir: 1 ilefciii- In lliitiilt vmi fur vmir very lllienti Hlid h nIKKillliH ei.tilnlj'll lull li th 'lw,i uat ,V I' lnriilii ll nlvMiy Kxliilnl Ht lll ie'irni l Hl'illlllll Kllll'. ll H'I'l. il iri'Hit! ly In the vitriel V unit itllnietiVH- lli-.-.. of (lie HVlllbit. Iltlil elinseil IllllliV .. iHhl vt mil in tin s.nUt-n fur Mmii-'ii . , 'll''ll I lll-lHH Will I't-Milt ill unilll. I 'I'lt vxlitt.lt s ivIhiIm wins ii K'Ki'l ml veil i-eiiiciit fur our line iiml tin em n trvv. Iikli it lraver-ei. 11K ulir ,i in UHie nil ul lenl inn. IihIiiij lln" Inuuehi iin ail! ..' ;-iil ffitt ill' nf IIih fair. Viinr- truly, 'A'. I.. (.11 N I I.. K.i' il iimI Iniliim i'iiiI Ai-i-n' Mr. K'HI'la tells Us tliat us li e re sult of llial small exliiliit lie lias re ceiveil level'al valnalile (udel's for lln iro.iiets of Ins larin. D.:n:lr.!lt atrJ !uliiin: S : j 1 d yuu r:.;:. t W ',y . v '-Hi ;ni. l.l 1 1 ' ' 1 1' ' i j .1 ill : -it u.-rin li i" 1 ' '.Ml.'i :.roli-v : i... . r ' ' .r a 'Ac I , I ' . ' . SI,, ' j w '! -..,:,.',... ZKMl I in I . 1 ' . t I - : I " ' III II.-- ..-l. el ' ' ' : thai i a .e- 1 1.. i on '.'. i:k i .nut . i:m ' s i I- , I." i .-'l in any eiM ..; tn.-.n i' , ai 'I nr. i-i'iiiMii.-'l ' ' e lift-' t ii.iiii.-al I re il in ".I lor a I mT tin- -ii ii'. r -i iili' .a 'i.' r III' o I f I V 1 1 ll'-lil. i iii -li i" I-'. Ml I SOAP i, ii. I alui'i. iiti ! will t-1.ii it .-I. mu .'i:-'l eli -ii..-" of .liiinli'iilT ami Miinf. We invite yuii In try .I'. 'i1' Mo s().l' .ami if mil .'ii-'i.' A'. ill rf awl yi'.ir ni'in. y ,t no i'1 n.l' : . I ! '. ,1. .i.r.ii- with , : r.Mi ! e n al: an a .f . nt.s'.e DESIRABLE CITY LOT8 I have a few building lots left in PARK PLACE. Buy a lot, build a home and stop paying rent- r I DADPFvilAOC Mud son. 1 Get Ready ; : ; Holidays i i i flank's Chill Tonic i ;oianiiitet-il t.i cure iniiluriii. . niilti fever, eolil iiml III k!riiie. I'l ici' 'St" innl .".Ui'. pci' tintlle. Ahu voiir ilrii(.'Kint . In Memoriam A lite I ...e fiicinl ias this fculile tiilnili to 'In- liieliiiii'.V of Mis Annuel a Aiiilei'son Millir, wlio 'lied in a niivale sanilai i'lui ill Jneksoi). I villi' on tin- l'Mli in-1. , Hue I Mxty- i ) four jears. Mrs. Miller was in UiK ilace w 1 1 f lor i i'i' eoiisis'eti! f.tr her o !! Iioiiic : I 'as an evnleiu'e U..V ally. For iiianv v ''i s I., ii n !i .i. l v. an I learml was i,o n Her lova id in r old flieiiils of 1,(1' liealltil'lll .-lie Ir.i'l not rcsiil. I " " V. J. parraMore &CO SUCCESSOKS iu JORDAN, ASHLEY & CO. I IT S 17 B A IT 0 We represent leading Compsnie. in Fire, Lif 'jS;'bnHd0' Live Stock, Automobile Insurance, Bnd will go on your bond. Your Interests with us ae always guarded. We appreciate your Dusiness. , ,,. P. J. P.rnmr,rn I,., entire cl.arsre of the business at the same ollice el lien , 1 1 sin , "tainc'l lier I'liiin li ni. iiilieisaiji I, cie .in-l was a Ual nie.iiliei i I ll.c Klial'i-Ui llan is Ciiupur I' - " -.- " W:,N l)",v Unit lid rcicains de bnmglil l-i loving liainln, wlii-ru blie will rest "until tin' 'lay lua-iik ami tliu sluulows lieu away. " Mrs, Miller was an aclivi: clnti'e!i worker ami a imiu1nr of tlie W. C. T.I'. lk-r Uimlnisi of In-art ami iinsi'liishncth niAilc a hob- of friciiila for lier, wlictevi-r tlie whs known. The many ljsuiiful and exiiilite llorai iiiemoiials that cover lu-r inouiiii attest the love and icteeni ot friends lit-re and in .lacksonvillo The going away of Mrs. Miller wax calm and peaceful like tbu shadows lhat steal at evcni-ig over the earth, softly closing the flowers and touch ing them to sleep in the promise of a bright waking. May the memory oi her abide as A benediction and a bless injf to those who loved her. "She has passed away, but tier sweet. good will Lik a fragrant odor, lingers still." Many school olnldreu suffer from con .nitlnn. which is the cause oi seHin ing stupidity at lessons. Chamb-rliiin'a Stomach and Liver Tablets are an idrntl medicine to (five a child, for they sre ...n.i un.l opntln in their eflTortfaind will cure even chronic constipation. Sold by Why wait until the Rush Days to select 31 our Christmas Presents? The early buyer secures the choice of everything' Mv linR nf Hnlidav Goods embrac- W ing everything for young, middle aged j and old is now ready for your in- It sDection and selection. I I An eletrant display in all depart ments. Come now, select your presents and have them set aside to be deliver ed when you want tneni M B. Sxnitli, i nDr-vigrerict I The Store where you will find just what you want. j The Only W;y lo Sava Pork in this climate, without liavint: more or less of it spoil, is to put the meat in COLD STORAGE. Wo are now ready to handle your n:e:it; to keep it properly cooloil REGARDLESS OF THE WEATHER While the salt is Retting in its work, and to deliver it back to you, ready for the final smoking-, SOUND AND SWEET Your Iioks have cleaned up the pi rider patch, and are now Roinj? back instead of Raining weiprht unless you are feeding them a lot of corn; and if you feed most of your corn to them now it will be a case of BUY ING CORN at a high price next Summer for your mule. Why wait longer? KILL THEM NOW, and SAVE YOUR CORN. BRING THE MEAT TO US. and SAVE IT and so have next Summer, when money is scarce and prices high, plenty of corn for your mule, and HOG AND HOMINY FOR YOURSELF. Madison Electric Power Go. ! i CC! CI all drugKists.