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tth file last session s ion of the Fifty FiftyHnth Piftyinth nifty niftyinth
inth Congress wilt ill have con conend connei conned
end ned by the time this letter is in ininland ini inintend
i inland inspjtf In ptt of o Utepredlctioiis Utepredlctioiisiat
iat t it will dct < to nothing but pass passejppropriation passapproprilltion passApproptiation
ejppropriation bUts there there is a aeog a ainflfr arng
inflfr rng probobility that tba the th session sessionill a ssiou ssioube i ibe >
ill be one of interest and nnd will gillbaps willsthaps wlUb
sthaps b ps bf a continuation conth1 t ti n of the thertniwus thertnU15 therenwyus
rtniwus legislation of o of the first firstsjfoo firstion
sjfoo ion The Ship Subsidy l bsidy bill billhick bUIhlel billbich
hick hlel has been dp in several severalceijt scveralIJt
ceijt tit congresses only < < ty to be congted con congfiCxl congreq
gfiCxl to the grave < < rne of n committee committeeij
ij It 1 a fair fal chance of being bcngI passedhere passed passedhere > ssed ssedb
here b is a 1 strong public t > u l sentiment sentimentveti I Ien
yen en in the interior states st tcs and far faremoved faremoed faremoved
emoved froniuejther fron fronLeFt tllW hg fjJi the j Pa PaLtlantic faclfic faclfictlantic acifie acifietiantie
Ltlantic or orGgift G GJf lf 1 lkiQf 1 mfa tJ tpIsiiitfavor tpIsiiitfavori Is tftt tfttil favor favorI
il I restoring rlllg sea cn supremacy S upr mncytu to the thefcM thet thepit >
fcM pit t < i11 States tates Th T rife 1Ct galon anon behind behindbis be beitiudMs i114 i114h
bis h sentiment is not merely the theiWttottou t1t t1tf tlityrr
iWttottou f rr t1Qllof1 t otloti of o Apierfcaii Amerls 4plerahtrade h trade but but A Atefo de i ie
tefo e e ire to ciiure 1 Ufe American AnerlCDnsea seaman seamani an
i order that we may have in time timejt tittlewar timewar
I war that indispensable indisp jt able source sourceer sour sourt sotwcerteeruits
t reCults I tot four ur rJI ary ar ycsel ycselhick Sefp Sefphlek
hick has always gi f euUnglana euUnglanatr en England Englander
er supremacy pn OJ1otWnX yafir vax and i hasicently has hMntly hasqtly
icently ntly enabled enabl d Japan Ja Jap ut ti to wwjjhe wwjjheostbrilliantnavalvi Wil1Ulost
ostbrilliantnavalvi ost brilliant uavalvic navalv ories orL since sincee siJ1 siJ1e <
e days of Nelson Secretaries Secretariesoot 5eexetnries 5eexetnriesoot e eturies eturiesoot
oot and Shaw did sun gfvepr0mi gfvepr0miinceto grv give prlmi prlminceto proniinceto
nceto this phase ofjths oftheq ofthequestion ofthequestiontheir question questiontheir tiol1 tiol1their
their recent speeches spb speRrhes s their theirea
> ea was for a atidcr wider cbnimerceon cbnimerceonmericau cbuimerce pn pnmerican Qnmencnn
merican bottoms butthe but j the e menace menacevar n1C menacewar lace lacewar
war cloud already alr dy bigger IEfg r than t 1111 a aans aans 11aus
ans hand in the the east east is sufficient suffici sufficicntmake J1t J1t1J1ak
1 wake 1J1ak it prudent prud nt to man our purlips ourfps ur uripund
lips ipund and to have a reserve rEServe such such as asnonly asn asn
nonly n only be maintained ntalntaincd in modern modernues mQdernthrough
ues es through ail extensive ei extensivesuh extensivesuhized ensivesu ensivesuized sub subJixedjuerchAnUnaritie
JixedjuerchAnUnaritie ized merchantmu4tie merthAnLm
The Post OfcepDepartntenl OfcepDepartntenlthe Office pDcpaftU1 nt ntthe
Nhe the United States under the theJnngement the3nagement th thjinagementof
jinagementof Jnngement 3nagement of the present Post Postaster Postter Postaster
aster ter General Cortelyou C rtelyou i irchbly is isobably izobably
obably better bcttercol1d conducted ted ed than thani thaniever ji jiStf jJ jJever
Stf At I v 11 Si i i ur J ± iA fc f > J Jore > +
ever beeiii beei 1f it t tt tl e91 e91ore esorb
ore irregulndt lrregulnrii it 1 tn mtilJ mtilJpartmcnt tlie tliepartment
partmcnt have be bee e exposedsind exposedsindore p d 1 1ore
ore ore frauds usiqgthe uslgg thc iiiHils 1t1 mailsrnk JnS JnSx > aivai aivaiixiliary ail ailziliary
ixiliary x liary have ave been beenexposed exposed than thanany thannoy thanany
any recent r recent 1rf r or tP p Ft JlPP l1p ps vt tpa than a awrtheless in iny i n ny
y preJvi p rev4d 1tS tttl J1tHnlnistralion J1tHnlnistralionetttbelessthe n1nisfrationevertheless
wrtheless etttbelessthe the Post Office Offi e De DeJrtment Dement i iment
Jrtment ment of t tJiiittt mAt it d titeta te like likery likeery
ery ry other Department Department of the thevernmenti6 theverument thevernnrent
vernmenti6 verument is loaded dqwrtj dQwll ylth ylthless yithless ith ithj
j less ess live as well a tiS useless uselc < Jdeaa Jdeaalerial dead deadAerial deadterial
Aerial lerial t the establishment estnbUs1t el1t sots sotsuch costs costsch ts tsl1eh
l1eh ch rtjore tfjoregi W tfti tt i iti iepessary l eopsary r ary and Mindpeople andpeople nd ndpeople
people of the lte h Tihited 1Un1te jtates jtateso States Stateso
10 o use the Post PostOflice Office to a greatertent greater t1cnteftent greatertent
tent per capita than any otherpie other otherIle otherlJe
pie in the tbewoildl1ave world have to payceits pay payfie payCf
fie Cf ceits fls I Much ttlu h f fbr4tlicx b rtheJehtjte rtheJehtjteey th BerVicer9 BerVicer9ey ervice y ytV
ey ought t IQ be required topay topayf to pay payt
f Boyce the great great publisher r of ofdisputed ofl ofetc4go
etc4go l g ii taf zedz these thesedisputedf t ese esedisput
disputed disput d JA f ljby pY proRsiing PFQVOSU1g g to toover toe toke
ke e over the tb ejitire1 etir entire postal postl lg service serviceIW seivieethe t ce cetl1c
the Unitedftitesiq UnittdSt tes nd cotlduct l u < t itr it itI
I r Qnebaf Yiamcnt J mot1bt Ot it it i il is isw
IW l costing the thepeopleth peoplethus people thus ua Savings Jjavingcountry Savingsecounryprobably vi 11g 11gecOUt1trYJ
ecounryprobably ecOUt1trYJ country probably > robab1 from fifty fiftyto fiftytot toVent to toventy
venty Vent t jujliipqs pljlli9i s a a year But this thisitA thisnot
itA not theoaTydvhhtAVie U b viJ J that u 4ri 4rip iie iied
rd d the po we n erf tft tltlioat l wjt ba < f f f ftnho1dsoutJ i
tnho1dsoutJ J p holds holdsl o oUce >
l l1ce ce po Dot frpt for 1et ktksm to one onea t tdtt
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that th i eVery V ry oth otMd other r department partmel1t of th thgovernment the thevernptent
government except perhaps th thmilitary1 the themilitary
military 1 l1 tar and naval departmentscould departments departmentjcould departmentsottl
could < ottl under ut tl der r private manageit tnt tntbe nl nlbe t tbe
be made fina 11nd s le Much nTUcli nt ch more efficientjfiml efficientjfimlmucliless effide eflicient ifti151 ifti151mUclCTcs r lid lidmach
mucliless mach firs expensive expensiveTM expensiveGovern l lt
TM t lliGov Government Govern rnll1el tuentrintingOffl t Printing rt 1 tI I Office OfficethaVmammoth O ffi e ethatmnnul1oth ethat
thaVmammoth that matuinotli asylum for panipcred panipcredpolitical pabipcrcdpolitical paniperedpolitical
political printers has been in instate a astate a astate
state of turmoil all summer 8lUum r Pew Fewpeople Pewpeople Pewpeople
people in the United U11fted States knot knohowhuge kllobow v vliow
howhuge bow huge and corrupt C corrupt hl t this excre excresence excre excreBence < CT CTsencc
sence has gown gownrto rown fOWI1 rto to be If If its itsnearly itsneMly itsnearly
nearly three thousand emplpyes emplpyeswere emplpyeswere
were polled and oud required I to to Q say saywhat anywhn saywhat
what whn they he thought the U c obJect > bJ ct of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Government Printing Office Officewas Officcwas Officewgs
was oi nit overwhelming pveXvhcII1l l g majority 1 of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them would answer answer answer to to furnish furnishsalaries furnishsalnries furnishsalaries
salaries and places to tile favored favoredand favoredaud favoredand
and elect of the printingprofessiorinamely printingprofession printingprofessionnamely printll1g profession professiontUlmely
namely themselves It Ithas It has been beenso beenI beenso beenso
so so long run as a kind of 0feelYl11osy 0feelYl11osy2Iar eeiymosy eeiymosyjiary eelytnosynary I
nary 2Iar institution 1thatw that when 1enPrcsidcltt 1enPrcsidclttRoosevel President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRooseveltappointect
Roosevelt Rooseveltappointect t1 appointed ppoi n ted i ateal ateal teal business business4ike businessJik businessdike
Jik dike 4ike practical printer prhiter as Hs its itsmanager itsJ itstuauager
manager J n ger the effedt fIc l was like an anexplosive anp10siv anexplosive
explosive p10siv or a ferment and the theoffice theI thepffic theoffice
office < = has been beenil1 in a seething a I con condition conditi condition ¬
diti dition J1 ever since Printers fromthe from fromthe frol11tl1
the tl1 outside 4tqidel1nd and from the inside insidehave insicl Insidehave I Ihave
have used every every variety of per persuasion persuasion persuasionandthreat
suasion suasionandthreat and threat threatwhh with the new newPublic newPublic newPublic
Public Prinjer PFitl PinlerT eri The papers of ofWashington QfWnShtn ofWashingtofi
Washington WnShtn oA have bl1v 1 taken tak n the part bf bfthe ofthe f fthe
the great gre great mass rJnsSbf mass bf spoiled and un unrilly unxtilY
1 rilly t1y employes < < because it is the thepopular thepppular he hepVpJtlar
popular side and because thevap the thepapers thepapers
papers vap rs dchendIn depend 4cij t1di1 in great part uponthese upon uponthese u on onthese
these people their cousins sisters sistersand sistersand sistersand
and auntsfor au aunts tsJorpatronagc patronage but al although altbougt nlthough ¬
though fthe the hc new man PublicPrinter Public PubficPrinter PubicPrinter
Printer Stiljijigs Stilipgaliasbeen has been in incnarge incnargeonly charge chargeonly chargeonly
only ten t n months and an working workingunder wprkingu11dcrgreat workltlgu
u11dcrgreat under u ider great disadvantage it is isknown isknQW11 isk
known k own that he has ha < saved hundreds hundredsof hundreds hundredsof i iof
of thousands of dollars and how he
has aoiiQ dime it will Wi11 soon soonnppear appear in in t1 i ireport a arepor c creport
report repor now ready for congress congressThe cottgressThepresident Congress CongressThcprc
Thepresident The Thcprc president sident is ili irtback back nck from the tinPahama theF thePajiania
Pahama F I ma Canal and is literally 1iteral itthe it in int1 intlieaaddle
the t1 tlieaaddle > saddle saddlejustasntucti80 justas much so whet whethj wh whenJ
hj 4 J 1 its sj 7aji ather > the th cfluftcil c ut1 il table tabl sur surrounded surrounded surrounded
rounded by his cabinet cabin cabinet t as when hi hirides he herid herides
rides rid s in the park As I I have sai saipolitical said saidpolitical saidpolitical
political wise acres predict a dull duland 4ull 4ulland dulland
and formal session with no legis legisRation legis1rttionto legisP11
Ration P11 1rttionto tion to spealj sped of outside the ap apppriation aprJ apppropriation
ppriation rJ bI11SCQnb1cSs bills Congress doubt doubJejss doubt5sexp doubtless
Jejss less 5sexp expects cts to do nothing much raUcJlationffbut muchb muCheyRitdn
b eyRitdn tRtc this Wfl6itldispe 6i9tdls 1q pensnble n bte Jcgis Jcgis1q legilntihn y yIdt9
lationffbut Idt9 but u there tli reis is is a a personage pcrso tg Tn Tnevjery f iiitheliieIotse 1 1th
th theliieIotse h o1Jse1Y vien 1en be iSJ1ct iSJ1cte is riot riotet
evjery e et r ryriheie rY where ijcre i else ls wliohos who bas littlereverence little littlereverence littlereveren
reverence reveren reverence e for precedent pr ceaent and not notihe notIth not4liesliglites
ihe Ith 4liesliglites i slii U h t t1 l feat t of of innovation innovationIt i 1I1ovlltiouIt
It It would be just li like e him him to to askcongress ask askcongress askcougr
congress cougr congress s to do several other thing thingai thing thingaiitf thingsahU
aiitf ahU recently r eitly congress has golteftin golteft gottetiin
in the way of doing what he ask asktUOtVaijQ ns nsIn asks asksEnpt
In Enpt tUOtVaijQ altotgtrtlie iIQJr etller tl1 > < because beca1 > he asks asksit asksitbut it itbut itbut
but because bcca se it is known krtownthnt that an l1 un unprecedented Unpreceilented unprecedented ¬
precedented majority of the I people peopleare
are at his virile back and elbow elbowTherefore elbowTherdor elbosvTherefore
Therefore it it is possible that sincehetbastrecentlyagain since sinceasserted shicercc
hetbastrecentlyagain rcc t 1y1ag inQnd andaagsIwre andaagsIwreasserted a ihe
asserted that he will not not have a athird athird j
third terra tennhemar term he may try to make makecongress makecongress
congress congress qi r s jjiyprjc J eigK rg1 t > hours aday adayor if i dayor day dayat
or at dyer Y rime ime duri duriiig j his present presentterni pre present presentterm 1it 1itt
t terni term rn and rind enact N that th t legislationwith legislation 1egislt1thmwith legislationwith
with regard to Santo Domingo the thePhilippines thePhilippi1esthe thePhilippines
Philippines Philippi1esthe the inheritance tax taxt t tJhe taxthe
t 4 r f elastic elasticcurrency ij ijcurrency
the pallllUa Canal j Qll I
currency j for which he has stood stoodas stoodrepresenting
as representing the in intelligence intelligenceandsRiiatoof int telligeuc telligeuchnd 11i enc enctt
hnd andsRiiatoof tt asRiratjobfthe pit jP f the people peoplcpf if fate fateY11iit l1
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te toclij clitbi tl ± the t e Iif r tt J 9 otitit otititin t tI
Bgtik I lf rcadia rM Ji Wilhtte will I cF heldm heldmtbe tn
tbe t11tftlrqq1i i xoapts nt f p i m mt > f fTueday
Tueday t 1 YIjj J Pry ry 8l19Q7 8 h19Q7 h19Q7lw k < f it 1
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Rev Bingham the + presiding presidingelder prestUl1glder presldingelder
elder was woswith was with us last Week WeekNextSiuiday ticekNcxtj8unciayRev ek ekf ekxtt
NextSiuiday Ncxtj8unciayRev xtt Utcy Rev R V jasH Jas J lsH H Owen Owenfiji Oweni11 Owenv1
fiji i11 fiiiftlt fiIIThlnht8 fitiI h tilts yeapwbrk Yefii W rk at this thisplace thisplace thisplace
place Owing to to the unwilling unwillingness ¬
ness of o some of o the citizens cf dBrownvi11e cfBrownville tfBrownville
Brownville the outlook outlook now n now w is we wewill weWil1110t wewill
will Wil1110t not have a married minister ministernext ministernext ninlst r rnext
next year yearns as there has been b t1 no ar arrangements arnlngemCI1tI arrangementq ¬
rangements made for a nparsouagrhe parsonage parsonageThe parsotngCThe +
The community will feel fee this till as asthe asthe asthe
the presence of a minister with a afamily afamily afamily
family helps nnyco111t11unlty nnyco111t11unltyWilliams any community communityj eommuttltyWilliams
j Williams Roberts R bcrig have finished finishedputting finishedputting finishedputting
putting up their fruit and have havemoved havemoved havemoved
moved to Gardner GardnerIdeal GardnerIdeal GardnerIdeal
Ideal weather weather for gatheringoranges gathering gatheringoranges gnthcringoranges
oranges but terrlbjy terrlbydry dry O Gardens Gardensand Gtrdetisand Tt ns nsand
and young groves groves are suffering sufferingNine sufTe1 sufferingNine l1g l1gNine
Nine weekstoday weeks today since We wo > had hadrain hadrain hadrain
rain sufficient sufficien to wet the ground groundCol grol1nc grol1ncCol groundCol
Col J L 1 U Hollingsworth Hollingsworth llinggw th of ofJacksonville ofJacksonvilleI ofJacksonville
Jacksonville who has hasdbeen been quite quiteunwell q quiteunwellll it itunwcH
unwell all the summer summcrs is Spending Spendinga s cUUI1 cUUI1a
a while with her herpnrents parents Mr and andMrs nitdMrs aridMrs
Mrs J JS S Hollingsworth We Wehopehe Wehopelle Wehope
hopehe hope her will soon recover recoverMore recovcrM recover recoverMore
More M re marriages and births CXM CXMpected ex expected ecpected
pected around Brownville than in1 in1many inJmany Inninny
many years before We are re a aprogressive nprogressiv aprogressive
progressive progressivIJ1 IJ1 people Ple with no placefor place placefor plncel
for lagards lagardsG lagarpG agar s sG
G S Daniels niels has hnSchlil1ged changed his hisplace hisplaceof hisplace
place placeof of business He istipwiwUhi istipwiwUhiL i 1Wwtth 1WwtthL
L J Register R gistcr Co We arc glad gladwedid gttttwedid gladwedid
wedid not ot lose him and his esti estimable estintable sti sti1ttJJ ¬
mable ntable 1ttJJ lady
The indications are are nrcthat that th thorange the theorange theorange
orange buyers will get RelaUthe all the Jn frtii frtiioff fruiloft t toft
oft from the vicinity of BrownvJlh BrownvJlhby Drownvilleby
by Xmas XmasQuite XtrlogQuite XmasQuite
Quite a crowd headed h aded by Fitii FitiiWilliams Fhlis FhlisWl11imns PitthWilliams
Williams are preparing prepn lllg to go oil oilto out outto t tto
to the sand hills for fora a hunt huntThe hUntrhe huntThe
The prospecting corps of th thP the theP thep
P R RP P P M Co about thirtyfiv thirtyfivmen thlrtyfiVemen ve vemen
men in number Under Un er the leader leadership 1tlI1ership hinderWhip
ship of Mr Allen are oUtpcd cntiipervitli cnmpec cnmpecwith oUtpcdvl
with vl h us u The indications Indlcatfonsar arethai arethaithe arcthalthe tbat tbatthe
the company will put in a hoys hoysat Itoystat hnyslat
at the mouth tn uth of Mares Branch BranchThis Br Branch BranchThis lcb lcbTblsYql
This TblsYql wijl help Brownville as it itni itnteansiinnadditioll itnieans
ni nteansiinnadditioll nieans nivan an addition addition of ofatleqst at least 100 100tplpurfcpinmUnity 100t 100totoutcommttnity
tplpurfcpinmUnity tplpurfcpinmUnityWe t TpJ Ott1J tinity tinityWeunderstal1d
We Weunderstal1d understand that Prof ProfV W V J 1d Jdttoni JOfdom
Ofdom d om lias liasgottc gone to his hisoId11t11c old homo in inSouth hrSouth inSoUt11
South Carolina Cnrol Caroliuhto na 10 see his father fatherwho fatherwbo fatherwho
who is dangerously daug rotisIy ill illBerttie ill illBerttie mBerttieWfUia1l1s
Berttie BerttieWfUia1l1s Williams who is teach teaching teacbiug teaching ¬
ing at Buckingham P1 Lee county countymade county111adctlte countymade
made 111adctlte the home folks a visit visitThanksgiving visitThallksgivinB visitThanksgiving
Thanksgiving We are always alwaysgldd alwaysglad lay layglad
glad to see her herrSanf herSnrtf herrrSani
rSanf Snrtf Swindall wi windalis dat is running his ir irrjgatatuig ir irngatntng irrigatat3ng
rjgatatuig plant lant and his garden gardelnis gardelnisthe as asthe Is Isthe
the finest itf the neighborhood and andhis aitdhis andhis
his orange trees show the good goodeffects goodficcts goodeffects
effects There here is nothing like likeWater likewater likeWater
Water for Florida Fl rIda soil soilMUD soilMUD oil oilMUD
Echoes from the pair pairA F FairiA jr jrv
A v State Fair i iir is an excellent excellentplace ex excellesitplace elI 1t 1tpt
place pt cc to find old time friends fri l1dsaud andlose and andlose
lose e the home folks For For many many ° a awcary nye atary
wcary ye rrhoUrn11Y hour may be b spent s eut4unthlg eut4unthlg1911gtbe huntingj huntingjauigiigr hunting huntingainqug
auigiigr 1911gtbe the cro crowds s for somememlef some1 some1tnemberof some SODICp1
tnemberof p1 11lbeof of yourparty your 1i1ttf > ia aiid td many manyijii man manIt manyail
ail It unexpected u ex ect denco encounter encounter nter of old oldfrien p1clfncl oldfriends
frien friends tts brightens tlt the way wayAbidrig wrtyAh tvayAmong
Among Ah ng the old oldfriends friends W wc ve met ntetwi0rwill metw et etvho
w wi0rwill vho dvHJnlwa villalways always be b rplca pleasantly plct anty6re anty6ret antly re recljembSrcd reedtetnb
cljembSrcd dtetnb t b r rcd 4 by Arcaditfiis 1rc di i1S wasProf wasProfC was Prof ProfEjf ProfEiV
Ejf C Wilson Vi o wife and and son on who whoMCr whoare
MCr are ftoy uo 91 v J located tf permanently permuleutlyihlttQ atEdltti at atPJllni
PJllni hlttQ Itb tto Manatee lunq cjFotn county > It I Iito is isiio rs rsrto
ito rto loner l J r Pofessor Pxofessot Pt fiSS9rWilson Wilson Uow 110 Howe
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eveabut eve v but Attofney L AttQtncyWUs ilson > for it itUOW6 itnow in innow
now UOW6 some me years y yeitm nrs sitilc6 si 1 o tlicfProfes t1 tllttIProfessot tllttIProfessotgave lprofcSSQr lprofcSSQrgave er ergave
gave up schcoJ schooJden < ted teJdiJMngf hIng hfn with some someanxiety saine sainenuxlety sonicanxiety
anxiety lest hWiHdlhW l tind l w as a pro profession profession profe9slon ¬
fession a starves to to dfeath di3 tli way of ofearning ofearning ofearning
earning onels Onl8 living He has hasnov hasnov hasnov
nov however found that sthe sthechange Itbcchnnge the thechange
change was a profitable one giving givinghim givinghim givinghim
him a permanent home and better betterincome betterIncome betterIncome
income than teaching Mrs MrsWilson MrsWitliori MrsWilson
Wilson staid at thefaimluring the the theentire theenlire theentire
entire two weeks having a position positionit
it in the Womans Work department departmentof
of Manatee county One of the themost themORt themost
most elaborate elnb rntc pieces of fancy fancywork fancywork fancywork
work exhibited exhibited at the fair was duelegant du dnelegant duelegant
elegant datiti lined lace JnC opera ernclauk ernclaukthe cloak cloakthe clankthe
the work of her hands that she sheoffered sheoffered sheoffered
offered for sale at 100 and at1dcon at1dconsldcril1l considerit1 con considering ¬
sldcril1l sidering the work on 11 it the price pricewaslow pricewaslow rice ricewas1low
waslow Young Youitg7fifaster Master IMte1 Wilson Wilsonis
is a sturdy youngster and with withhis withhis withhis
his father spent a day or two at atthe atthe atthe
the fair fairProf fnirProf fairProf >
Prof P W Corr was another anotherone aJlotherone
one of ArcadiasfCriner AlcdctinsfoJ Arcddias fOrhfrcitheue fOrhfrcitheuewhom l1br cUteens cUteenswhom citl1 n nwhom
whom wewere wc se were pleased plea ecJ to meet meetThe meetThe meetThe
The Professor has charge of the theJasper theJ theJasper
J Jasper per Normal this r year a and was wasdown wasdown wasdown
down to Tampa T mpa on on n a I n visitto visit to his hisWife hisvUe hiswife
Wife I who ho still remains r = i nt t Port PortTampa PortTampa PortTampa
Tampa City Hespeaks in high hlgbterms highterms highterms
terms of the city of Jasper and andseems andseems andseems
seems prosperous and I1I1 happy JlappyDrofessor happyDrofessor happy1kofessor
Drofessor Rickarcls Rickards and Miss MissCollie MissCaUle MissCa1lie
Collie were also visiting the fait fairThey faitThey faitThey
They have been be l1 for some years at athome athome athome
home at a Riverview Riverviewt avsuburb aV lSub subirb rb bf oft bfampl1 bframp
ramp t 4 ampl1 and 1 j js the Professor says says he heis heIs <
is s still teaching Both himself find findlaughter prierdaughter tlg tlgdaughter
daughter look as if the profession professionigreed profcsslonngreec professionagreed
ngreec agreed with them financially and andhys1ch11y andphysici11ly andphysically
physically >
Tho Presidents Message MessageThePresidetitsMessage Messl1lOThcFr Messago1hePresideiitsiMessnge
ThePresidetitsMessage ThcFr idc its Messng t to the theFifty tll thehiftyNfiith
1 14ift
Fifty hiftyNfiith 4ift Nfnth NCl th Congress has been beenthus bcc bccthuJ beetthus
thus epitomized by the Times TimesUnionJ Tjmesnl TimesUnions
Unions UnionJI UnionsInterspersed nl n nItit
I Interspersed Itit lllp rscd with a lot of olpreaching ofpreaching ofpreaching
preaching all of which is sound in indoctrine indo indoctrine
doctrine do tiihe the teprcSi president ent in inmessage his histnessage itis itistnessage
tnessage message makes the following followingrecommendations foHowing01l11 followingrccomiiiehdations
recommendations 01l11 1thdatfbns as to legislationAltiY legislation legislationi I IA
i A AltiY lawrprphibitlng piphibiting corporaTiotls corporaTiotlsfrom cor corporntlotufrom orn ot1s ot1slrom
from cotUributljlg to Campaign Campaignfuifds1 eatttpaighfurids campaignfunds
fundsPermitttng funds furidsPcrmittritg
1 Permitting the government toappeal to toappeal toappeal
appeal in criminal prosecution prosecutionfrom
from adverse decision of f court court on onpoint onpoint on onpoint
point of law lawSmiting lawI lawI
I Smiting I hours of labor of rail railroad railroadcmployes railroadcmployes ¬
road roadcmployes roadcmployesForbidding roadcmployesPorbidding employes employesForbidding
Forbidding or rfegtilothig r trtd tug the thelabor theJabpr thelabor
labor of of f children in the territories territoriesand territoriesand territoriesand
and the theDistdctof District of Columbia ColumbiaAuthdriring Colunbil1Authorb ColumbiaAuthorizing
Authorizing Authorb ll1g the withdrawal wit1t 1rl1wal of ofcoal ofcOallQnd ofcoal
coal cOallQnd lands from rotn entry entryGraduated entryGraduated entryGraduated
Graduated 1l1heritl11tCe inheritance and ud Iflegal if iflegal If1egal
legal graduated income tax taxConstitutional taxConatitutionnha taxConstitutional
Constitutional a m e Cl1d n dm i e en n t ttransferring tttansfening ttransferring
transferring to the federal fed rnl4 govern government governent government ¬
ment ent the th regulation questions ofquestionsof o of questionsof
of marriage and divorce divorcePassagebf divorcePassage I IP
Passagebf Passage P ge of f ship abips siibsldy bstdybilI bill now nowbefore nowbefore nowbefore
before congress congressPassage congress congressPassage congressPassageofl
Passage Passageofl of ofbill bill intended int ilded to give givegreater g givegreater ve vegrentereIB
greater grentereIB elasticity ticityto to the thec currency currencyPhilippine currencyPhilippine rrcncYi rrcncYiPhUippin
Philippine tariff bill billGranting 6i11Granting billGranting
Granting of citizenship to tothe tothePorto thePorto the thePorto
Porto JUcimsPrqyidinjr Ricans RiC RicansProviding riS riSProvidinlr
Providing for the naturalization naturalizationof
of Japanese JapanesePassage JapanesePassage n an se sePassage
Passage of bill enabling the theresident theprel thepresideut
prel presideut resident d ilt to enforce treaty rights rightsif rightsQf
Qf if aliens aliensAppropriations alieusjApproprint aliensAppropriations
Appropriations Approprint ns which whl will w willplace lrr lrrpJat rfcv rfcvilacb
place ilacb vessels of of ft the e miyya navy asv as they theyBecome tij theytecotne y yqe
qe tecotne Become tn obsolete ob obsolete f fup plt te and k keephe ihe navy navy4jito navy avy avyUPIto
4jito up to its pfeseiitstrengtlii pfeseiitstrengtliiDr present > res tt 5tr strengl lliIJ l lDr
t tDr
Dr C II HSmith SIIitbC Sutitli CBiishnel CBiishnelnd G S Blisbnc11 Blisbnc11and Bushnell Bushnellstud
and nd C M Johnson JQl n Q 1 are rare part pa t of a auryeying qsiJrveyng a3Urveying
uryeying party know nqw out l l at the theist the1a theLakes
1a Lakes seast east of 1i Arcddia dia I ii < t the inters intersrst tr r rest
est rst ist of vtlie vtlievuew I the the vuew new electric electriciompany roiwQ roiwQi ay
iompany i C 1
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bioTs 01 t S P iIEMI + iMIL S SATI SAT
tiII EAnj AU AUTte How t4
1Th 1
vThe Th Tte State Fair at Tampa is over overand overaud overand
and theawards th the wards of premiums made madeFor madeFor madePor
For grand champion J county countyprehiUmr couiitytireaiitim coullt
prehiUmr 1 tireaiitim > rei111 l11 Alctchua and Pi pblk > lk tied tiedtheir tiedtheir tiedtheir t
their percent out o otit t of a possible 100 100pointsbeing 100poluts 100po1itts
pointsbeing poluts + being each 846 I Manatee Manateecamel Mafiit hfiiiitcecame e ecamc
camel closely behind while Orange OrangeHerKando Ora OrangeHtirilando ge geH
H HerKando tltandoj Osceola OR cola Pasco Wash Washingtoi W Wnsltiugtoti h hInltol
ingtoi I Lee ce and tcSbto bcS I cSdto to caniesin caniesintlicOfder cttn1eintl1c canic itt 5 5the
tlicOfder the bider dcr ilntiRd DeSoto DeSoto utd nnikiifthe njdkiifg njdkiifgthe irg t i ithe
the lowest percent given altho althoother altlioother I Iother
other counties not 110tl1umed named were also alsothere alsothere alsothere
there and andif if they had entered for forthis t i ithis
this premium pr inlullt wouldhave woUld llhve fallen fallenbelow fdl1 n i ibelow 4Ii 4Iibelow jl
below DeSoto DeSoto carried carriedaway carriedaway 1 1awny
away over over 380 in premiums premiumstaking prewiunisLtctking t tIf 1and
taking If king the first prizebn priz lon i1 largestand largest rgest 1 1and
and best display of pineapples pineapplesSfcOO pi t i
SfcOO SfcOOThe 200 00 00she f fhe
The he other otherprlzC5 prizes that DeSoto DeSototook 4 4took tJ tJtook
took were by J M Weeks W eks best bestdisplay b beetdisplay t tdisplar °
display of pineapples phtenpp s diploma and nq I
100 Newsome Corbett best one onedokenstalks onedozen f ft fdozen
dokenstalks dozen stalks I siigdr shgdrcone5 cane 5 J JM Jhi 3 3M
t tsltedded
M Weeksbest Week < J best dozen pineapples pineapplesshedded f fsbeddec1
shedded 5 J M Weeks largest largestdozen largestdozcn largestdozen i
dozen pineapples Pineapples 5i 5 J M MWeeks MVeeks MWeeks
Weeks best bests specimen ec lnell of pine pineapple piueapple pineapple ¬
apple in fruit 5 Wm Crouch Crouchbest Crouchbest Crouchbest
best six geraniums in bloom 3 3Wm f
e echrysanthemums
Wm VUl Crouch best st vase vas kf kfchry of ofchrysanthemums t
chrysanthemums chry anthe111ums of not less than thanSO thanso <
SO blooms 10 Wm Crouch Crouchbest Crpuchbest Crouchbest 1
best 6 white chrysanthemums chrysanthemums 3 3Wm 3Wm 3Wm
Wm Crouch best est six yellow yellowchrysanthemums ycl yello o ochrysanthcmums v vchrysanthemums
chrysanthemums 3 WinCrouch Win WinCrouch WmCrouch
Crouch best six pink chrysanthe chrysanthemum chrysanthemums ¬ i J JmUI11
mum 3 Wm ero Crouch cbil best bestand I Iand
and lalg largest stiVase + Vase of 1 longsmmed longsmmedroses lOll stemmed r i I Iroses r rroses
roses 10 Wm Crouch best bestsi six sixof sixof J i iof
of any color col rchr chrysanthemums chryscintheinums3Wm s n lemun s S3 3 3WinGrouch J JWttt
WinGrouch Wttt Cioti ro pb h best b st i2jiybridrpTes 12 12hybrld hybrid roSeS et
3 Wm Crouch best 25 25 car carnations ¬ f fnations b bnations
nations 2 2B r rB
B Y P U Social SoclnliPeoples Socialrogratn f fPr I tt
Pr rogratn gtatt1 of the J3n ptist tist 4oupg 4oupgpeoples i > 1 g I l
Peoples Pe ples Union Uni m Soc Socat Social to t < 1bcttield bo4lield bo4lieldat < i iat
at the residence of ofThursday f Rev eveiiingof mJB 4Blr 4BlrRobertson P t tRobertson
Robertson Qt1 tte tie cV i1ingNhf i1ingNhfT t tT
Thursday T 11 u r sd s d a y j December 13th 13thAuthor i1 rj rjAu K KAuthor
Au Author hor forsfti9y f rs iay Tennyson TennysonCurrent 1 h l
Cu Current r nt BvenUy BvenUyDoVld E vents ents t
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David Scott ScottPlanoSolo
4 f IrV IrVPiano Ii 1
1l Piano moSolo Solo Selected SelectedMiss aelectcdd aelectcdd1I1ss telecte1Mlss
Miss PearlJohnson PearlJohnsonRcnHrfg PearlJohnsonReaddg > It ItRemtlrfg
RcnHrfg tS 8elctloii Seltctloiifrom l tloif from Tennyson TennysonMr I F FMr t tMr
Mr Webb WebbVocalSolo VebbVocal yebb t tVocalSolo
VocalSolo Vocal Solo Selected SelectedMl8 Selected SelectedMiss f frfI
Miss rfI Alberta WjiWdcn WjiWdcnRciujlngj N NRea
I r rRejllJln8 r
Rciujlngj Rea JhigSelection SeIecUon SC I ectlon from ennysort r ennysortMiss ellnsol I IMiss
Miss Percie hulks hulksVoliii Fplksi FplksiViolin FulksVtelln
Violin SoloSelected SoloSeleeteclBdnyund Solo Selected i iEdnjuttd f
Ednjuttd Scott and MlssHajmer MlssHajmerifc Zllls8 otl11er 1 1 1I1
Life ifc of Tennyson TennysonMJ Tel1l1y n j I li
MJ I1 i s Taylor TaylorViolin Ta TaylorViolin rl
VlOllns Violin Soldi SoldiMio Solo 010 tt i ilfias j 11
Mio Kate Carlton and Mr Edmond Scott ScottJuotfltiqns SClltQuolJltlqns t tZuotatlgns 1
Juotfltiqns Zuotatlgnstfrone tfrone from Tennyson t tpresent by those thosepresent i gi gipresent
present t tfocal efocal i iVocal
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focal Duet Duetklamic
klamic Shnnioiis and Claudia Carlton CarltonThe fdrltonra d ton
ra t V VThe 1 1TI1e
The The PeaceRiver1Ba P Peacc n RiverIBap RiversBa3tit itijt t As Ar oea oeaLtion oci ociition 9i 9intion
ition is beirigfheldin being bc field lt Fin Arcadia Arcadiah Ar Aicailia Aicailiahis diI1 diI1t
t h his i s w week V e e ek k The TheintrOQl1ctory TheintrOQl1ctorysenn introductory introductoryennoii iutrodttctoryermoir
senn ennoii 1 ivaspreached L was prei j readied h d T Tuesday Tuesdaylight Tuesday day daynight ti tieight
light by Rev J R Tatum of ofVauchula ofWauchula ofVaueltula
Vauchula Business sessions sessionsc 6c 6cupied ocupled
c upied the day dayService services and at preach preachlig preachii1g preachrig
ii1g rig at night Rev Leitner pf pfJartow Qfartowpreacbed oflartow
Jartow artowpreacbed preached Wednesday Wedll sday night niglito ni nighta IJt IJtto
to o a a crowded house androsby and R < V VJrosby VCrosby
Crosby Jrosby of Wdflchula W chula is to preachonight preach pre predelionight h htoUight
onight Al A Ala large r rge dele cfeleationfr ationfrbni ationfrbniee ° oni oniee
L ee ee and DeSoto D DgSto Soto counties countl S isiii ishnt ishnttcrlditnce is iii at atetidance atethlaitce
etidance The meeting will con coninue cont coniiege
t inue 1le until Friday FridayBoth FridayBoth FridayBoth
Both the County Commissioners Commissionersnd
and nd Schqpl v 1 Boards l9I1rd held their theirloiiflily theirmOl t tioathly
mOl loiiflily tUl sessions s ona this tlJlsveek week We Weviligive Ve Vewi1iglv e l lbilhygi
viligive bilhygi a repbrts r rt 6brt5 ft rti next
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