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When It la s announced that THE SUN SUNJB
I I JB to be suspended it doer notcarry not carry the themeaning themeaning themeaning
meaning or significance that THE SUN SUNla
j la s to die never to live again againThere aptnI againThere
There are bodiee bodl celestial and bodies bodiesterrestrial bodl81terro bodiesterreetrlal
terrestrial terro trlal and THE SUN is o of the theearth theearth theearth
I earth When it is resurrected it willnot will willnot i
not be in n the cerements of the grave gravenor gravenor gravenor
nor will it be in the seraphic habili habiliments hablUmenu hablliwnients ¬ 1
menu of ofhen another world worldIt it will be bewhen bewhen beperpet
when wnients hen its strength and perpet perpetuity shall shallnot
1 not be dependent upon ephemeral earn earnings earnIngs I I
ings but will be backed by people peopleenough peopleenough t I Ienough
enough and money enough to make the thepublication thepublication I Ipublication
publication of an hdneet journal an anentity I IenUty Ientity I
entity of the real world and not an Im Impossible lmi ¬
i possible p lslble form of idealitySuch ideality idealitySuch IdealitySuch I I
Such a thing may be realized j such a athing athing ai
i thing IB not impossible what is isneeded I Ineadod itI
I needed to make it possible is a revolu revolution revolutlon ¬ II
tlon in the thought and methods pertaming per pertaining pertainlng ¬
taming to the operation of our busi buelnees business buslnell ¬
ness and political system The singular singularform singularform singularform
form of the noun System may be usedwith used usedwith usedwith
with correctness because if one considers con considers conalders ¬ I
siders the subject with care he must mustconclude mustconclude mustconclude I
conclude after knowing something ofonditlons of ofconditions o oOndltlonl
conditions in Florida that th the < political politicaland I Ianel
and the business interests Intero ts are so inter interwoven interF ¬ I Iwoven
F woven that they are one and insepar inseparable Inseparable inseparable ¬
able When I say that what is needed neededto
to make the publication of an honest honestJournal hone honestjournal t tjournal
Journal possible and by that selfsup selfsupporting seltsupporting selt sup supporting ¬
porting and of Influence for good I donot do donot donot
not Intend to convey the idea that there theremust theremust theremust
must be such a radical change in cornmercial com commercial commerclal ¬
mercial and mental processes that peo people peopIe people ¬
ple must undo all that has been done doneand doneand doneand
and mako a new beginning If that were wererequired wererequired I
required then It would be utterly im impossible impossible j
possible to build up a journal of the I Ikind
kind mentioned But what I do intend intendto
to convey Is the idea that the individual individualbusiness Individualbasinee8 I Ib
business b J1nON man must free himself from fromthe fromthe I Ithe
the fetters of bossism so must the in individual Individual ¬
dividual voter and not lend himself toa to toa topoUUcal
a political structure that is not honest honestor
or to business monopoly that is de destructive deatructive ¬ I IstrncUve
structive to individual effort and help ¬
ful to Jobbery and special privilege Toall To Toall Toa11ln
all a11ln In position to take hold of this idea
It is s unnecessary to explain e plaln Its mean mc n ¬
ing The p llticians < and the newspapers
deal in so much language that has no noclear noclaar noclear I
clear meaning that It is sometimes I Ihazardous
hazardous to attempt to shoot home by I Ie
enploying e ei mere words We talk of ofmonopoly ofmonopoly ofmonopoly I
monopoly and think of the Standard I
011 Company but we do not think of j jthe ithe
the monODOlIos that thrive In the State i 1
of Florida we do not think of r the thespecial thespecial i6 i6special
special privileges that are possessed byI byIcorporations by
corporations in our own communities communitiesand
and it Is required that some person personmust personmust personmust
must bare himself to the censure of
his neighbors to take a stand bold in
denunciation of these evils I could couldmake couldmake
make my moaning perfectly clear to all
if I should relate in detail the history
of THE SUN as I know it but this thiswould thlllwould thiswould
would be done at the risk of rehashing I
a story that Is already known well to
the readers of THE SUN and it would i ipro
profit pro t little to print in THE SUN some ¬ i I
thing intended for the eye of people peoplewho i
who dont read the paper and this lit ¬ I t I
tle space I shall use in doing somemeager some somemeager I i
meager justice to the editor of the pa paper paper
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per through its rather turbulent career careerIn aroerl I i I
In his personal being and the environs J
of domesticity surrounding him he is isore i ione i I I
one of a very limited number whom Iregard I Iregard Iregard j
regard as fortunate and this must be beapparent beapparent j I Iapparent I
apparent to all who are acquainted with I + I
the facts but In the achievement of I
his ambition he has been subjected to tosuch tosuch toinch
such discouragements as would long longago longago longago
ago have written defeat upon the brow browof
of one less worthy resourceful and andcourageous andcourageous andcourageous
courageous courageousIt
It is not only my desire to write writethese writethese writethese
these words In recognition r of the thepralseworthlness thepraiseworthiness thepraiseworthiness
praiseworthiness of his ambitions and andthe andthe 1 1the
the inflexibility of his determination determinationbut I
but the very condition which he has hasfought hasfought 1 1fought 1
fought makes It necessary If justicewould justice justicewould Justicewould
would be done that some one having havingknowledge
knowledge of the difficulties encountered encoun encountered encountered ¬
tered and the Injustice so frequently
done him by the press and the people peopleshould peopleshould I Ishould I I
should speak of them now for therewill there therewill therew111
will be great joy in small souls when whenit I
it is known that THE SUN Is no moreIt more moreIt moreIt
It Is not In any great measure sur surprising surslng surprising ¬
prising slng that THE SUN has failed to togather togather
gather a subscription list large enough enoughor I
or an advertising patronage of suffi sufficient BUfOclent sufddent ¬
dent volume to warrant its continuation continua continuation continuation ¬
tion Nobody has been misled as to tho thoseriousness thoaeriousneas
seriousness of the obstacles in ac accomplishing accomplishing accomplishing ¬ I
complishing these objects The one is isdependent Isdependent
dependent upon the other and if it had hadbeen I I
been possible to put enough enoughsublcribers enoughsubscriberson subscribers subscriberson
on the list the advertising would have havefollowed hayefollowed havefollowed 1 I
followed as a matter of course for the theadvertiser theadvertiser theadvertiser
advertiser away from home is Interested interest IntoreslI j I
ed in knowing how best to reach the thepeopl thepeople i ipeopl
peopl and he will employ that vehicle vehiclewhich vehiclwhich e i
which promises the best results Our Ourhope Ou Ouhope r i
hope was in getting subscribers Innumbers in innumbers I Inumben
numbers enough to be able to guar guarantee guarantee guarantoe ¬
antee the advertiser the largest circu ¬
lation in the State and this did no noseem not noteecrn notsoom t
seem Impossible when something is I s
known of the circulation of other pa papers llapers paper ¬
pers After the Jacksonville advertisers a
boycotted the paper there was UMle lI tla v
hope of building up a home advert s ¬
ing patronage That boycott was a nn nnexample anexample I Iexample
example of the absolutism al of the bust bustsou bustnee I IItOtI
nee and political boislsm which then thenat tl1enIt theeat n i
at in power If there had been an an1ndepeud8l1C8 a aIndependence n i
Independence of thought and action actionthe acUallthe i
the effort e < < ort by certain persons to be rid ridef rIdet rI rIof d t
ef another person who promised to b btroublesome be betroublesome betronbl8lOme e
troublesome because of his Independ Independence ¬
ence of thought thou t and action would have havebarren havehen e
k hen barren of results That wan the theiEc th thb thn e
a b
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first 1r t serious backet that THE SUN SUNsuffered SUNsuffered
suffered and it was a knockout blow blowbecause blowbecauH blowbecause
because at that time the paper wasselfsupporting was wasselfsupporting wuIlf
selfsupporting Ilf upportlng with a margin above aboveexpenses aboveupenHl aboveexpenses
expenses In its earnings s and nd never neversince neverII1Ge neversince
since that time baa It paid expense expenseBut uP8 uP8But > ses sesBut
But that happened hap tned nearly nMrl three years yearsago yearsago
ago 0 and TIm SUN has liVid since sincethat sincethat
that time and has been instrumental in indoing Indoing indoing
I doing much of evident and positive positivegood pOBltlvegood positivegood
good for good government and I verily
I believe that it has been a power agalnat agalnatthe
the machinations of an evil element inFlorida in inFlorida InFlorida
Florida politics of which the average averageperson averageI averageperson
I person can know nothing or but littie lit little ¬ i iII
tIe Testimonials to this opinion have havebeen havebeen I
II been numerous they have been given givenIn
In warm words of encouragement by
the beat citizens the mails have beenfruitful been beenfruitful
I fruitful with them and It Is likely likelythat likelythat likelythat
that the subscription list which has hnsboen hasbeen
been built up contains in the total at atleast atleast atleast
least a threefourths percentage among amongpeople amon amonI amongpeople
people who felt that THE SUN embodied embod embodied embodIed ¬
ied In its weekly Issues and its un unswerving unt unswerving ¬
swerving course the principles which whichdeserved whichdOlorvcd whichdeserved
deserved support because therewas an anevident anevident
evident need that they should be of ofapplication ofI ofapplication
application and use In public affairs affairsThe affairsThe affairsThe
The people who subscribed for THE THESUN THESUN
SUN did not do so in order to get a anewspaper anewspaper anewspaper I
newspaper for it never made any pre pretensions pretensions
tensions to being a newspaper it waslaunched was waslaunched waslaunched
launched as a journal of cartoon andcomment and andcomment nndcomment
comment yet it was more than that thatfor thatfor thatfor
for both the cartoons and the com comment commont comment
ment were directed d in one channel and
for the accomplishment accompU hment of one greatobject great greatobject
object that purpose being the better betterment hotterment ¬
ment of public affairs and in this thisscope thisscope thisscope
scope It was broad enough to Include Includetho includethe includethe
the many matters of public concern concernto
to which a public journal may be le legitimately Iegltlmately leegitimately ¬
gitimately devoted devotedIn
In summing up the work ork of the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper by scanning Its files and weigh
Ing the needs for the reforms It has hasadvocated hasadvocated hasadvocated
advocated and the remedies It has sug ¬
gested I do not think that anyone can cansay cansay cansay
say that it has not breathed the essence es essence essence ¬
sence of sincerity for the public good
It has advanced the cause of Individ Indivlduals individuals
juals uals only when they represented the thecause thecause thecause
cause of good for the public service
On the other hand Individuals have
been condemned only when they repre represented represontod ¬
sented bad principles that threatened
ill to the public serviceThere service serviceThere serviceThere
There will not be many to agree
that devoting ones one efforts to the bet
torment of the social and political
fabric at the expense of ones one own ownpurse ownpuno ownpurse
purse and to the Jeopardy of ones one lib librty libArty libarty
Arty ° Is a good thing to do It cannot
be concluded from Individual expe experiences experlencos expertencos ¬
riences that the individuals who have havent havepnt haveent
pnt < nt their energies and endeavors In Inthis inthis
this wise have profited by them Cer CerIn Cer1n I
In am I that Claude LEngle has hasgained hugaIned hasgained
gained nothing in shillings and pence
but ho has lost much which might mightnow mightnow
now be invested to his advantage if he I
had refrained from doing the things I
that he has done for or the common goodthat good j j11111t i
that he has accomplished some good j i
i 1 i lor ins state and its people there Is nodoubt no nodoubt
doubt And some of this will be last lasting lasting
i > ing for or the public has been awakened nwa1tencdto
I to the existence of evil influences on onj onegislation
i j gislation it has been aroused to the theI
I malignant public character of somemon some somemen lomomen
men who have been foremost In its itsaffairs Itsatrairs itsaffairs
affairs and these Influences Infl encos have beenwakened been beeniwakened beenlwnkcned
wakened by his courage in attacking
them and these men have been re restrained restrained ¬
I strained from their nefarious practices practlcOiI
because they could no longer do BO in ini
the light and fear of exposure Honestmen Honest Honestmen
men do not fear light or libel for there
is certain rtaln and severe punishment for
the journalist who goes after an Indi IndlI ladividual
jvidual vidual without a bulwark of facts to
support his charges There has beeni been
no scattering of scandal no raking of ofmuck
muck no parading of private affairs
no iconoclasm In THE SUN It has hasI
been a source of sorrow that some In
tending friends of the paper have at attimes atUmes attimes
times so mistaken the character of
the paper as to bring forward the theweaknesses theweakneHes theweaknesses
weaknesses of their fellows as a sub
ject for treatment in its columns or
have approached the editorial chair chairwith chaIrwith chairwith
with a request to suppress publication publicationof
of the misdeeds of more individuals
but there have not been many to ques question queston ¬
I ton the real service that the paper
has rendered or to doubt the good goodmotives goodmotives
motives that prompted its attacks attackswhen attackswhen attackswhen
when attacks were madeWith made madeWith madeWith
With the evidence in what then is
to be the reward of the reformer to
be doubted and maligned by some and
to be accorded credit by a few to fret fretunder fretunder
under the delay of success and suffer
the sting of defeat to waste the work workof
of heart and mind and hand and wel welcome welcomo welcome ¬
come in the end
For brow and brain and breast breastand breastand breastand
and to have the reward of a good con conscience conscience conscience ¬
science with a score of victories tal tallied tallied talelied ¬
lied against a more numerous string o ofailures of otfailures f
failuresBut failures failuresBut
But let no one think that these thesereflections theereflections thesereflections
reflections are of the somber hues that thatshade thashade t
shade the farewells of the school girl girlvaledictorian girlvaledictorian girlvaledictorian
valedictorian This Is a swan song tfgI tistrue tis tistrue
true but this makes twice that THESUN THE THESUN THESUN
SUN has gone down and by the same sametoken sarnotoken sametoken
token may it rise again The first SUN SUNwag SUNaa SU N
wag aa the afternoon daily in Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonvllle ¬
ville Despite the g general Impression Impressionto n
to the contrary the afternoon papewas paper paperwas paper8S r
was 8S not a legitimate business failure failureIt
It was given its sleeping potion by the thesame theliamo th e
same combination of business men menCaptains monOaptalns
Captains of Industry and Other OtherThings OtherThingsthat r
Things Thingsthat that gave the weekly SUN its it s rs
hemlock It is quite needless to refer referto referto
to the grievance that these busin business businessmen busln08lmon
mon had against the SUN save for forword a aword aword
word of explanation I call them bust business
ness men because eca le as such are they
known The same spirit of Intolerance Intolerancei
that moved John Rockefeller to crush croshevorr i
every man or concern that came In n his hisway hisway hi i
way Is the spirit which moved these thesemen thosemen th thmen one >
men to crush THE SUN They pulled pulledoff d I
off a deal by which numbers of people peoplesmall peopJesmall
small producer rtJ and men of small l I
4 4i
i r
means suffered to the advantage of the thefew thefew thefew
few THE SUN told the story when heD no noother noI noother
I other journal dared do It and MdSUN THE THESUN TImSUN
SUN did this thls1n in the face of threats and andpleadings andI
I pleadings because the editor could notpass not notpass notpa
pass pa over a matter of so great imporfence impor importance ImportRnce ¬
fence without falling signally in his hisduty hi hiduty
duty as the publisher of a journal journalwhose journli journalwhose
i whose mainspring was the purpose toserve to toserve toserve
serve some useful end to tike up the theDurden thaburden th thBurden
burden where others did not because becauseof becaulor
of failure to properly conceive aid aidcarry at d dc dce
carry c ce rry out the work of Intelligent and vidhonest andhonest Jd Jdhonut
honest journalism journalismThe
The 1 he censor of the acts of public off officlals ornclall offdials
dials is the press the initiative in thecorrection the thecorrection thecorrection
correction of public wrongs belongs bt100 8 to tothe toUe tothe
the press If tho press will assume all sumo it itand Itstd t trlt
and rlt bo it furthermore said that noman no noman noman
man or combination of men can defy defytho defrtho defythe
tho press in a fight against unrighteous unright unrlghteous
eous acts or institutions In the press pressis pr s sIII
is a power which nothing else ap approaches approaches approaches ¬
proaches or can compare to in a coun country counttry country
try which constitutionally guarantees guaranteesits
its freedom and when it is not a power powerit
it Is because it substitutes the robes robesof
of honor for the trappings of prosti prostitution prostltution prostitutlon ¬
tution or else is guided by weaklingsSince weaklings weaklingsSince weaklingsSince
Since the paper has been published publishedfrom pubUshedfrom publishedfrom
from Tallahassee it has had an unusual un unusual unusual ¬
usual opportunity for printing the thenews thenews thenews
news of the departments when there therewas therewas therewas
was news of real Importance to print printit
it t has also had the rare opportunitywhich opportunity opportunitywhich opportunitywhich
which it has exercised without fear or orfavor orfavor orfavor
favor of criticising the acts of tho ad administrative admlnlstratlvo administrative ¬
ministrative officers at close range It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would have been better policy by far farto tarto farto
to close the columns of the paper to tocriticism tocriticism tocriticism
criticism of these officials officialsbetter better pol poleicy ¬
icy I mean for Claude LEngle forwhile for forwhile torwhile
while he is editor of THE SUN he is isalso Isalso isalso
also the State printer and the admin administrative admlnIslratlve administrative ¬
istrative officers compose the Board Boardof
of State Institutions and it is but ahuman a ahuman ahuman
human failing for resentment to rise riseat riseat riseat
at criticism There are few men who whogo whogo whogo
go into office realizing that when they
become servants of the public they theyoffer theyoffer theyoffer
offer themselves a target for the slings slingsand sUngsand slingsand
and arrows of criticism Yet while it is istrue Istrue istrue
true that as a simple matter of policy policyit
it would have been bettor to keep keephands keephands keephands
hands off the administration under underwhich underwhich underwhich
which he in the capacity of public publicprinter publicprinter publicprinter
printer held a contract the administrative adminis administrative administrative ¬
trative officers came soon to under understand understand understand ¬
stand that Claude LEngle the printer printerand printerand printerand
and Claude LEngle the editor werenot were werenot ere erenot
not bound by any tie even remote of ofaffection ofntec ofafeci
ntec affection on or affinity and I think they
have upon the whole been glad tad to tohave toh tohave
have h we THE SUN with them since It Itgave Itgave itgave
gave credit where credit was due and andsince andsince andsince
since their conduct in office hag been beenof balnof beenof
of such uprightness as to warrantmore warrant warrantmore warrantmore
more to be said in com commendation commendntlon comemendatton ¬
mendation than condemnation condemnationStill
Still would thee be testimony testimonyfrom testimonyfrom
from rom them to effectually refute the thefling thef1In thefling
fling f1In often made by State papers at atTHE atTHE atTHE
THE SUN that it was a court journal journaladministration journalIUJmlnlstrfttfon journaladministration
administration sheet and personal or ¬ I
gan of the Governor From the Govergo Gov Governor Govt
j t ergo down the list with possibly one oneor onei oneor
i or two exceptions they have all felt feltthe feltthe feltthe
the keen edge of his stylus in just andhonest and andhonest nndII
II honest criticism and they have beenbig been beenbig beenbig
big enough and broad enough to accept acceptit
it in n the spirit that delivered it itThere ftThere itThere
There must be an end somewhere somewhereso
so here follows the finish THE SUN SUNis
is discontinued only as a matter of ofbusiness ofbUllneH ofbusiness
business expediency It has been a aheavy aheavy aheavy
heavy drain on the publishers bankaccount bank bankaccount bankaccount
account he has kept it going withthe with withthe withthe
the hope that he would eventually seethe see seethe 800the
the light through the woods but as we wehave wehave wehave
have proceeded the darkness hasgrown has hasgrown hasgrown
grown more dense still THE SUN SUNhas SUNhas SUNhas
has done some unusual things In the theway theway theway
way of gaining an audience It hadmore had hadmore hadmore
more paid subscribers for the tme tmerunning tamerunning tmerunning
running than the history of any other otherpublication otherpublication otherpublication
publication in the State has shown shownThis shownThis shownThis
This assertion can be made with rea reasonable reaBonable reasonable
sonable certainty because I have havetalked havetalked havetalked
talked with numerous publishers and andI
I know from experience that the success suc success BUCcess ¬
cess of them all as a rule has been beenslow beenslow beenslow
slow and of many years growthEverything growth growthEverything growthEverything
Everything that went into the making makingof
of THE SUN was expensive It wasprinted was wasprinted wasprinted
printed on good paper it carried the thecartoon thecartoon thecartoon
cartoon and picture features up to tothree tothree tothree
three months ago and the time re required required required ¬
quired in the preparation of its art articles artlcles artcles ¬
cles made its features costly Wemight We Wemight Wemight
might have filled ml d Its pages with cheap cheapadvertising cheapadvertising cheapadvertising
advertising from patent medicine con concerns concerns conterns ¬
cerns but in this also did the editor editorlive editorlive editorlive
live up to his idea of ethics in pub publishing publIshlng pubfishing ¬
fishing a public Journal JournalFor journalFor journalFor
For my own part I think be has hasfought hasfought
fought the good fight for which there thereshould thereshould the theshould re
should be some reward somewhere somewherewhich somewherewhich somewherewhich
which I trust he will some day real
13 i Such talents as his such energysuch energy energysuch energysuch
such resiliency should not be lost to tothe tothe t o
the State In the mossy ways of private
XXN Vi K l ii N > l
Plant Lettuce and Celery CeleryIn
In a recent issue the True Demo Democrat Democrat Democalled ¬
crat called attention to the desirability desirabilityef
ef using shaded tobacco lands for celery celeryand ceJeryand celer celerand
and lettuce crops cro > s during the winter wintermonths wintermonths wintermonths
months monthsThese monthsThese monthsThese
These two vegetables were never so s o
in demand as now nor have ha va they ever evercommanded evercommanded r
commanded more steady or lucrative lucrativeprices lucrativepricll lucrativeprices
prices and our farmers would do well wellto
to hoed the hint given thorn especially especiallynow
now that the tobacco crop is not bring ¬
ing tho prices hoped for forThesoil forThesoil forThe
Thesoil The soil is already enriched the shad ¬
ing will protect from frosts and the thefarms thofarms th e
farms are conveniently near centers of oftransportation oftransportationin o otransportationin f
transportationin in fact everything is isready isready i iready s
ready to hand by which to put money
into the planters B pocket t 1 only he will wi
take advantage of his opportunities opportunitiesNo
No one is Immune from kidney trouble trou troutble
ble so Just remember that Foley Foleysidney a s sKidney
Kidney Remedy will stop the Irrogu Irrogularltles IrragularlUes
larltles and cure any case of kidney kldneror
or bladder trouble that is not beyond beyondthe d
dth the reach h of medicine lofD Bold by all alldn
druggists dn 8
DEJfOClATIC D > nHPfcfflAL a ILtC ILtCAs c cAI
As therewill there il1 probably be from 26 to
35 names nam of t Presidential Electors on theballot the theballot th thbaJlot
ballot to be voted in the November Novlmberetee Novlmbereteetion elec election election ¬
tion it will be well for voters to study studyand Itudya1d studyand
and familiarize themselves with the thenames thenamil thenames
names of the Democratic electors weall we weall weal1shouJd
all al1shouJd should vote for as follows followsH
There being a demand for same the theTrue theTrue theTrue
True Democrat cheerfully furnishes furnishesthe
the following
The Senate SenateDistrict 8enateDlltrlct SenateDistrict
District 1 1J J H B Miller Mllligan MilliganDistrict MllliganDistrict MUllganDllIlrlct
District 2 2John John S Beard Pensa Pensacola Pensacola Ponsacola
cola colaDistrict District 3 William 3William W Flournoy De DeFuniak DeFunlak DeFuniak
Funiak Springs SpringsDistrict
District 4 4Theop Theop West Marianna MariannaDistrict MariannaDistrict MariannaDistrict
District 5 5R R F Horsford Hor ford Coo Mills MillsDiatiict MillsDItllct MillsDlatiict
Diatiict 6 6James James F n Broome BroomeQulncy BroomeQuincy BroomeQuincy
QuincyDistrict Quincy QulncyDistrict QuincyDJ
District DJ trlct 7 7D D H Sloan Lakeland LakelandDistrict LftkelandDlslrlct LakelandDistrict
District 8 SJohn Johu W V Henderson TatIahassoe Tab Tablahassee TaLlahulee
lahassee lahasseeDistrict lahuleeDIllrlct IahassoeDistrict
District 9Goorge 9 Goorge W y Dayton DAde DadsCity DAdeCity DadeCity
City CityDistrict
District 10 10C C H Leggott Lt ott Greenville Green GreenvlUe GrGenv111e
vlUe vlUeDistrict v111eDlstrll villeDistrict
District 11 llDonald Donald C McMullen MoMullenTampa McMullenTampa McMullenTampa
Tampa TampaDistrict TampaDistrict TampaDistrict
District 12 12ID E L Cottroll Oldtown OldtownDistrict OldlownDistrIct OldtownDistrict
District 13 13F F M Hudson Miami MiamiDistrict MiamiDistrict MiamiDistrict
District 14 14F F P Cone Lako City CityDistrict CityDistrict CityDistrict
District 15 15A A Z Adkins Starke StarkeDistrict StarltoDlslrlct StarkoDistrict
District 16 16T T S Davis Fernandina Fernan Fernandina Fernandlnn
dina dinaDistrict dlnnDlslrlct dinaDistrict
District 17 17J J B Johnson Live Oak OakDistrict On1cDistrict OakDistrict
District 18 18H H H Buckman Jack Jacksonville JncksonvUle Jacksonvillo ¬
sonville sonvilleDistrict sonvUleDistrict sonvilloDistrict
District 19 19L L C Massey Orlando OrlandoDistrict OrlnndoDistrict OrlandoDistrict
District 20 20D D H Baker Orange OrangeHome OranoHome OrangeHome
HomeDistrict Home HomeDistrict HomeDistrict
District 21 21J J A Williams Cedar CedarKeys CedarKeys CedarKeys
KeysDistrict Keys KeysDistrict
District 22 22VllIlam William M Girardeau GirardeauMonticello GlrardoAuMonticello GirardeauMonticello
Monticello MonticelloDistrict MonticelloDlltrlct MonticelloDistrict
District 23 331 1 N Whitney Vhltntt Lady LadyLake LadyLake LadyLake
Lake LakeDistrict LakeDlltrlct LakeDistrict
District 24 24W W Hunt Harris Key KeyWest Keyest KeyKest
West WestDistrict KestDistrict est estDistrict
District 26 21iDmtll Buell Cook Chlpley ChlpleyDistrict ChipleyDlltrlct
Chtpley ChtpleyDistrict
District 2G 2GE E S Grill Palalka PalalkaDistrict PalAlkaDistrict Pala ka kaDistrict
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of your mailing list I enjoy enjoyyour reading reedingyour readingyour
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it Will you kindly in future futuresee see that ft itcomy ftcomes t tcomes
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months alter the date of the first pubUeattoa pubUeattoahereof pubUeatloRhweot publiatloahereof
hereof I will present my final account to the theCounty theCounty theCounty
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for my discharge as guardian of the person and andMtate andeeta andestate
estate eeta te of Henry Russell Feiket minor minorHENRY mJnorHENRY minorHENRY
HENRY T FELKEL Guardian GuardianJuly GuardianJuly GuaHfanJuly
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