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tiw rtrUlwMttt t both of the theL OtIwr OtIwri ort ef efvieitart
i L i0wa rWtett and a tI the wwiolevJng Irttlolo leving sits cltiT eltr eltA sitsA
A A Hr AGurie r rM e L L D president presidentof PEelid t tof
of the attestation tJon is ale ptesideatof ptesideatoftk ptNld tof toft of ofties
ties tk t State College for Women r In the theBiaeisal theIreaMul
Biaeisal 11 department artmtnt of whleh hlth he takea takeaMpdal tlk tlkt takeefretesyst
Mpdal ifttereat t Asa AI a member of the theCM theliaI thet
liaI CM 1ult kU to Dr Murphree have been beenUM beenl1Ifped beannested
t nested UM ih tfie > leading l dlng tenor parts arta in theerabodo the theHoly theU
erabodo < < U rio Holy oHQl City by Gaul which whichtared whichat whichir
ir at ist r reatdered der tared dFri Friday ar evening in 8c 8ci BeELtoopal StJdiiiie
Jdiiiie i Sateeopal church Dr Murphree MurphraeW
I W Is obi ably assisted II 8ted by Prote Proteaoorvole Professor ProfessorIwele or orWoJ
vole WoJ dean of the Cofiege and Or rJrr prreatr
9 rater r cter of St Johns both bo tenor tenorgars tenoras
gars 1 aa wall u by other members membenlofu ofelu of ofetab
etab elu u Tbe leader of the bassos will willMr willI willMr
I Mr Edmund Wiley Wile of Memphis Memphiswheee Kempbllwhe
wheee whe e magnificent magnU1 ent voice voioftk Jjn Jjnnfc k In InJ in4emtad
nfc t emaad for concert cone ert work all allCh allh allb alli
J Ch h i the Southwestern States StatesJeadiag StatetIMdlng StatesIeadleg
b Jeadiag soprano will also al o be im imported im4td ¬
ported < 1 talent tal s4 Mrs Effie Cline Fones Fontsf FonesRoiIk Fonesof
of f Uttk BO RoiIk Ark haa a beautiful beautifulMffk beauUCuvoice beautifulaoprano
Mffk aoprano voice trained by Mr W WMY
B PeJey F MY y of Cincinnati CncI natL This noted ar art
tilt t wfifgiv wnr ciye a recital Friday evening eveningat el8n el8nat evenlnMunro
at Munro a Opera OPt House Mrs Fonea Foneetwo Foneatwo Fon Fontwo
two iflteT9t Miseee IIi u Martha and Sarah Sarahcu SarahGlhte
Oa Glhte ef are reeidenta reMi ienta of Tallahasseebith Tallahassee TallahasseeIpt TaUahUleeS
Ipt Members mbtr of f the College faculty facultvaOIlOrI as aseJy
S fonsors of music and voice respec respecJy
1f e11 eJy > Jy The The Thell Misses Mi 1 e 8 Clin Cline bare are also alsoaseepbars val vallumbers val1M
lumbers 1M rs of the club Miss Sarah Sarahdirector Sarahot Sarahdirector
director of the chorus and Miss MissBB lainRCCOm Visaaccompanist
BB accompanist RCCOm iat The ladies Jdi are aress area
ss oa a aeeompJfsked eeo pli hed musicians and with withi
1M t i > f fi t n a t Mrs I rt Fonee Fon recevedtheir recevedtheirWuaicai recevedtheiris
Wuaicai is 1 education In Chicago and Cin Cine
e Haati aUI In the W B Foley School of ofItiiaie of7P
7 7P Itiiaie the Albino Gorno College of ofthe QfUte
= Nueu aced the WilllamShrrwoodhool WilllamShrrwoodhooloI William Wllli Sherwood School Schoolprwklent bool boolkent
oI Music
Tbapr8sident prwklent kent of the local club Is IsPr4 IsFr1d isFred
Fred T Myers wife of one oneoof oneooflfleadlp of ofLs ofq
Ls q leading citizens cU Ins LeonTarepre LeonTarepreeintbe Leonsrepreve
ve eintbe e In the State senate several severali severalttnc1 severalttnd
i and a lawyer of more than thanM thanWreputatlon thanwider
M wWe wider Wreputatlon reputation tatron Mrs Myers bof by b bther
virtue theleaderalIn ther her lovely soprano voice fa faM Isfl
fl M j of lthe the leaders fa theclubpryograin the club programs programsA
c I A large representation of the music musictovers musicoYMI musicLevers
Levers of Florida FJ rida is s expected and theMeelon the theseatiott thelob
seatiott lob will be largely filled with seri seri9ttt seriout serfdieet
out dieet tKaettseion slon 1011 upon the best methods methodswfeereby methodstbv methodsa
a wfeereby tbv to encourage the th promulgation promulatlonwth
iiid ed growth wth ef f the beautiful 1 > art more morettMHirally morea morefly
ttMHirally a 4 I1ty fly throughout the State StateStewing StateN
lowing Stewing N tng Is t the program arranged by bytfc byflip
tfc M Committee mlttee assigned to that duty dutyWEDNESDAY dutyI dutyWEDNESDAY
I WEDNESDAY WXDH DAY APR1L14 APR1L14Qpealt APRIL 14 14Opesin 14Int
Opesin Int sewiorf l 3 p m by Hon Al Alrt AII Alt
I itJNtr rt t W Gilcbnst governor of Florida4J Florida Floridaaddree
1 JfW addree a4 r a of welcome we1 ome by Dr A Ay A Arte AUt
y + trsisr Ut rte e president of Florida State Statefor Statei
i f aJ sage for Warren WqraenCeMonse Wqmene
I CeMonse e by Mrs J M 1 Irwin pre pr prest < B Btfent
tfent t of St Gallia Club St Augus Augusi
830 8 P wyg Jl Jlrecital
i > teaff yg recital cltal Mrs rs Effie EftleCllne Cline F Fdirector Fone II IIdirector
V aMfti t director of o School of Velce VelceTAtWcc e e eLittle eLittle
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JJefut EU ilia Bata Uattl tegvlac tegvlacUW De i1llar i1llarP 1ar 1arr
P TenII Te r of Curt rcrtlx
lx 7 lJe UW t3 a matter niattrof of eallbig ca1UncapetlaItenn ca1UncapetlaItennt a cpeeial term termrt I
eforlttt t rt for the porpose of trying Mick Mlokferns Mickaferrls IItotIItnit
ferns the slayer of Sheriff Langaton LangatonGoverned Lan LangetonGoverner ton tonGOTmer
Governed Gllekrist seems eem to have Biadea made madeaSatake
a mistake Not beiag conversant oonyer ant with withUw withtH withthe
Uw many twists and tangles ta oontalMd oontalMda
Ia a what on the face of it eeemjs eeflo8 to be bea bea
a plain kia ia statement ltatem t in law the Governor Governorbeoaxae Q Governorbecaate vmor vmorbfaalM
beoaxae lost IB the labyrinth and with withOM withIJM withthe
OM honest intention of acting for the thepubKc thePUOffi thepublic
public PUOffi bile welfare proceeded without full fullknowledge funJmoW1tdKe Lullknowledge
knowledge of orhle his beerk bearfogs bearfogsFloridas gs gsdslorWe
Floridas PJori statatea upon u holding a aspecial al aepcirrl
special l term of court require uil that fit fifteen fittlen fitteen ¬
teen days shall elapse between b tween the tbeoall tbeoallIr call calltag calliag
tag Ir of th the court and the cVe ta e fixed for foritasUtta fork8 forits
itasUtta k8 MttiAg As a matter of fact less lessthan I Itbft lessthan
than a week intervened between the ar arrest arrllt arrest ¬
rest of Merria and the consequent call callof callof callof
of the Governor through througbJudge Judge Malone Maloneof
of this judicial udictal circuit clrcultt for a special specialterm specatttrm specialterm
term ef t court to be b held held in Tallahassee Tallahasseeand
and presided over by Judge B H Pal Palmer Palmer Palmar ¬
mer of the Third Judicial Circuit In Inconsequence IncONItrjuence Inconsequence I
consequence of this legal technicality technicalitywhen
when Judge Palmer arrif arrived ed in Talla Tallahaaeee Tallha Tallabase
haaeee ha base ee and proceeded pro < eeded to call the court courtether courtto courttogether
to together < < ether it was found that the impan impandays imptnwt im an anIng
ding wt of a jury before the fifteen days daysal o oshould daysabould days daysshould
should have elapsed would be Hie Hieconsequently illegal Uleraluentll illegalconsequently al
consequently uentll there was nothing for the theJudge theI theJudge
I Judge Ju ge to do but to adjourn the court courtsine courtline courtsine
sine die after remanding the prisoner prisonerback prlsonorback prisonerback
back to jail to await the regular term termof termot termo1
of court Morris by order of Judge JudgePalmer JudgePalmer JudgePalmer
Palmer will be confined in Jacksonville JacksonvilleCatltreai JacksonvilleCaUr JacksonvilleCaINreas
Catltreai CaUr Easter Service la Trlaltyfetkeitst Trlalty TrlaltyMethetist TrlaUne
Methetist ne k8111t Cbarck CbarckSunday tharcSunday ChxrckSunday
Sunday evening beginning be inning at 8oclock 8 8oclock 8oclock
oclock there will be an Easter Service Serviceconducted Serviceconducted Serviceconducted
conducted by the th Junior League LeagueThe LeagueThe LeagueThe
The children will render songs and andrecitationaappropriate andrecitatlonspproprlate andrecitationaappropriate
recitationaappropriate to the oqcasion oqcasionAn
An Easter Offering will be received receivedby receivedby
by the Junior League to be applied on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their pledge for the Sunday School Ad Addition AddiUon Addition ¬
dition to Trinity Church building buildingAll buildinAil
All friends of ofthe the children and Meth Methodist Methodist Methodlet ¬
odist Church are urged to attend attendVisitors attendV1sttors attendVisitors
Visitors and andmembera members of the Legisla Legislature Legialaturt ¬
ture will be cordially welcomed welcomedThe
The following program will be ren rendered rendered rendared ¬
daredPROGRAM dered deredPROGRAM deredPJtOGKAJd
Song ongFolloVl Folhw the Victor King
Junior League members march in inUcripture InScripture Incrlpture
Scripture Reading ReadingRev Rev Ira S Pat Patterson Patt Pattenon ¬
tenon tersonPrayer t tenonPrayerRey llOn llOnPrayerRev
Prayer PrayerRev Rev J E Woodward WoodwardSons WoodwardSonlCuA WoodwardSong
Sons SonlCuA A Glad Easter Menage MosageFive M MenageFive uie uietjve
Five little irirls irirlsRecitation ItirlsRecltationEuter drleRecitationEaater
Recitation RecltationEuter Easter Welcome Six Sixboys Sixboys Sixboys
boys with banners bannersRecitation bannersRee1tation bannersRecitationEaster
Recitation RecitationEaster Easter Messengers
9 little girls girlsSongOne
SongOne little girl girlRecitation girlUecltatlonWI girlRecitationWhat
Recitation UecltatlonWI What at Have We for Je Jesus Jeus Jesue ¬
sue us Two small smaUlrirl girls one boy
RecltationuTbe Recitation The Resurrection ResurrectionStory R Ii I U r re at ton tonStorY
Story It 12 boys with banners bannersHymnCongregation bannersHn bannersHymnCongrogation
HymnCongregation Hn 1 Congro atlon standing
Relit RdIUbonIAlive Ution tron Alive Again Three Threetittle ThrtIItUe Threelittle
little girls girlsRecitationHpw
RecitationHpw Far Does Loye LoyeReach LoyeReaob LoysReach
Reach Four boys boysRecitatlon boysRecitationliThe boysRecitation
Recitation RecitationliThe The Singing Time TimeEight TimeEIght TimeEight
Eight girls with wreaths wreathsRecitatlon wraatbsRecitatlonA wreathsRecitationA
Recitatlon RecitatlonA A Better Country The ThePilgrim ThePihrlmt ThePilgrims
Pilgrim Eight EI ht large lar e girls Song
Risen Forever orevur More1 More MorRecitationHAn MoreRecitatlonAn x xRecitation
Recitation RecitationHAn An Easter Long Ago AgoSix AgoSix AgoSix
Six little girl girlRectatlonThe
RectatlonThe Universal Unlver l Easter EasterSix EasterSix EasterSix
Six girls with flail ofolfier of cilful of ti nations nationsSongLet nationsSonguLet nationsSongLet
SongLet Them Theme K J g Easter EasterBells Easternens EasterBThe
Bells BellsTbe nensThe
BThe The Closing CJo fnr Andrest A ArldressA cit uA A little girl girlwith girlwith girlwith
with banner bannerEA8TBR bannerEAlnIt bannerRASTER
Closing SongHallelujah S to Our Ourf OurIIIACGII Ourre
re f eaaacdla take second of the ports portsef OttI OttIIf
ef t tfee t Unites UDI States la the iraportatioa iraportatioaf
f Btabocaay wuYt aay handling MndlinllaIt last year oo poles poles500a000 WI WIIa lees leesajiJBob00
ajiJBob00 Ia IIiOOooo 500a000 beard feet while bUe New Newi Ne Ner Newoiler
i leader r IB this business Ullne im
000000 board feet I Ia
3 PM PMCarrfac P II IICarrille4ri uCarriage
Carriage Carrille4ri drive far delegates delegatessao
sao p u uVfeIR JiLVIe at1Y1k
VfeIR VIe aad pfeaa recital recitalJiias rclt recitahflee L 1 1Ii
flee Ii Marisa II Bartle PIaaktKanter piaatst piaatstMatter I IKaate I Il
Matter Charts Charts BariSle Y6 vttltelet vttlteletalU II I lt ltie t I II
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Value Val ValucTofF ValucTofFGeologkalsuriey of Florida FloridaGeological FlfIkIa1ogb1Survcy J
Geological 1ogb1Survcy Survey SurveyAdjoini
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Adjoini States Find Koch uch Value in inthem fnThem InTeak
them And Horiia FIod FIo Wa is Also Be Begfanfai BecfnnlDi Begh1Aili
gfanfai to Do So SoIn SoIn S0In
In establishing the State tate Geological GeologicalSurvey GsologicalSurvey GlOlorlcalSurvey
Survey of Florida tJff t th legislature of
1907 provided for a branch of investiga investigation InvtlUction ¬
tion which k proving to be of much muchvalue muchyalue muchvalue
value in the development of the State StateIn StatIn StateIn
In this line Florida has not heretofore heretoforekept heretoforekept heretoforekept
kept pace with other States With the theexception theexception theexception
exception of the temporary services ervie of ofDr ofDr ofDr
Dr John Kost during 1886 no strictly strictlygeological strictlyJteo strictlygeological
geological Jteo lcal work had previously been beencarried beencarrlid beencarried
carried on onln in Florida under under the author authorty authority
ty of the State Alabama our neigh neighbor neizhIior neighher
her on the northwest has maintained maintainedsince
since 1873 a survey actively engaged engagedin
in investigating and making known the theresources theresources theresources
resources of that State Georgia our ourneighbor ourneighbor ourneighbor
neighbor on the north inaugurated a ageological ageological
geological geoJ cal survey as early as 1884 1884which 1884whicl1 1884which
which although interrupted for a time timewas timwu timewas
was reestablished and has proved an anefficient anemclant anefficient
efficient department It thus happens happensthat happensthat happensthat
that in geological work Florida in 1907 1907began 1907began 1907began
began where mere her those neighboring States Stateswere Stat Statwere Stateswere
were approximately ap roxlmately a quarter quarterof of a con century conlurY confur ¬
tury fur earlier earlierThe ar1erThe
The The act providing for the survey was wasintroduced WIIIntroduced wasIntroduced
introduced by Dr E S Crill senator senatorfrom sona senatorfrom or orfrom
from the 26th district and it was due duelargely duelarg duelargely
largely larg ly to Dr Grills efforts that the thebilfbecame thebill thebill
bill bilfbecame became a law The survey law as asdrawn aldrawn asdrawn
drawn is broad bro d in ita provisions Eco Economic Economic Economie ¬
nomic results are sought primarily the theeducational theeducational theeducational
educational bearing of the survey surveyhowever surveyhowever surveyhowever
however to the people in general are arenot arenot arenot
not overlooked and it is i provided that thatof thatof thatof
of the specimens collected in the pro progress proreal prograss ¬
grass < < real of the survey duplicate sets solaahRIl solaahRIlbe shall shallbe shallbe
be deposited in the State Colleges The Therights Therights Therights
rights of land owners are fully protect protected
ed by the provisions that when mate materials malerirda mateniate
rials of value are discovered theowneis theowneisof the owns ownelof e eof
of the land shall first be notified before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the information is given out to any anyother anyother anyother
other party partyThe partyThe artr artrThe
The State Survey is I now approaching approachingthe
the close of the first biennial period of ofits ofita ofits
its work The results obtained are of ofboth ofboth ofboth
both immediate and permanent value to tothe tothe tothe
the State Two reports have been is issued IsIUed issued
sued One of these the first annual annualreport annualre annualreport
report re rt contains an account of the min mineral minerai minl ¬
oral industries of the State Statec The phos phosphates photophatea phosphatea ¬
phatea clays and road roadmaking maling materi materials materials materiala ¬
als receive in this report special Ip fal treat treatment treatment treatment ¬
ment In addition as a matter of referenco ref reference reterenco ¬
erenco all publications from all allsources all10UrtH allsources
sources which relate to or bear upon uponFlorida uponFl uponFloridageology
Floridageology Florida Fl rida geology are listed the more important im important important ¬
portant ones reviewed The second re report report report ¬
port is on the underground water eu euply sup supply BUrply
ply and contains a map showing the theareas theareu theareas
areas of artesian flow in Florida The Theprinciples TheprineiplMl Theprinciples
principles which permit oUhe or the drainage drainageof
of lands Jan < fa by means of bored wells are areexplained areexplltned areexplained
explained In in this bulletin as well wefu as a the themanner themaM8r themanner
manner of construction of these wells wellsin
in order ordertoobtainthe to obtain the greatest efficiency
Among investigations in prepress prepressthat pr pregressthat gre grethat
that of fullers full rJ earth deposits hsjrlvwi hsjrlvwiresults ti hoegyenresults Jlvn Jlvnresultf
results of espeeial value These depos deposits d dIts deposIts ¬
its are b biting inar trcwd trc d out and mtppM in indetail indetail < n ndetail
detail and from this report when w p is issued laRued issued ¬
sued land owners in that part par oi the theState theState theState
State covered by the lhereport report will be beble bebleto able ableto
to determine whether or not fullers fullersearth lullersearth fullersearthoocura
earth earthoocura occurs on thoir property A aim similar ahnliar aimliar ¬
liar liar report on phosphate deposits It also aUoin alauIn alsosresa
in nrogr progrThe sresa sresaThe is isThe
The results of a geological survey are areof Rreor areof
of permanent value to the Stato The Thesurvey Thelurvey Thesurveyreporte
survey surveyreporte reports are distributed not only
to Individuals but are on file in the pub public putlie pubHe ¬
lie and school aehoollibrarJe libraries of the th State and andin Andin andin
in the larger libraries of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and also in the libraries of thR thRGaolo th thGeological thGool
Geological Gool IClI Surveys ot every State in inthe Inthe inthe
the Union They are therefore per permanently permanently perntanentlq ¬
manently accessible to those who may mayat mayat mayat
at any time desire information in re reJard rerard reBard
Bard rard to the natural resources of Flori Floria Florida
da a and are in fact an important factor factorin
in advertising such rtsources Those Thosewho Thoewho Thosewho
who wish lah to invest or to develop min mineral minef minanal ¬
anal ef lands look to the State survey as a areliable aroUabte areliable
reliable source of information and ita itareports Itare itsrepo
repo reports re rt8 are If accepted as a authoritative authoritativeThose authoritativeThose authoritativeThose
Those who are engaged In these In Investigations InvesUgatlona ¬
vestigations uatlO l are without exception exceptionmen
men trailed for the position J > OIithm which they
hold Dr E H Sellards State Geol Geologist Geolwar ¬
gist d t was w for several gears previous pre loot to towe tothe
we Ute organization of ofthelu the survey profess professor prof profnr
nr of geology glOJo In the Florida Stale
University and has received the best besttralniag besttralnlac beattralniag
tralniag afford arrordH by byAmencn J7 American merlc colleges
for r the werk which 101i be is now doing dofatgraleattexi
Dr R U Harper aasistantTw aaiatant 1a a agraate arrachste
graleattexi graate of t the University university of of Georgia Georgiali G Georrgia Georrgiaaai
aai li 1 er f G > 1 imWa University New York
City Clt and d has worked with both the
Georgia Gt tIIa and Alabama geological eo aJ tur turtfr surveil ur urIJ
veil veilMr IJ
Mr Uerai Herman H Owner assistant Uliataatz1I Uliataatz1Irra istant to a afnUkwte
fnUkwte rra Ate la geology eoIo of ai tat Florida frlorklato
State to UBlversfty u
N fi CoX professor fMlOl of civil egl eglftetrtag e esggieedt cl clat
ftetrtag at tk tbd > State University Unl I tf 6U hasgiVM ha hafjttn 6UrI
fjttn rI fttftotaao with but little cost O Itto to tot
t ftcmy vz fat the tavestigatioa of read readBjtaJctoMrtMteriili ra raill readrear
BjtaJctoMrtMteriili BjtaJctoMrtMteriiliThtUt ill < < tliaterflt tliaterfltfNIta
ThtUt gerrtjr err rear cooperates t fee with Ida IdaIHr
Uwpr erg rgaakathNM tloea carrying M atallar atallarar aI11arrcttij
ar relate week Ie Tfe Tree aeepratl rat el
tfe Kateal Ge G4 fiMl 1al fctrrey lItIry laM fcMaeewiel laMt
tees aeewiel t to Jtotbgiaaraliad both NtltL gusoralud iptelat apalalr
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Rev J J Thompson Thomp n assistant a latantaupw latantaupwvljlOr super supervljwr supervigor
vigor of the AntiSaloon League work workin
in Florida has located himself in comfortabie com comfortable comfortable ¬
fortable quarters on the second floor qf qfthe ofthe i ithe
the Cay building on Clinton Street StreetMr StreetI StreetMr StreetMr I
Mr Thompson Thomp on of course cour e realise that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the paseage of a bill such as the tem temperance 18mpennee ternpenance ¬
penance people will try to get through throughthe
the Legislature illature is not equivalent to heinstitution the theinstitution thelnetitutlon
institution of Statewide prohibition prohibitionstill
still feele that it will be agreat step to towards towarda toward ¬
wards that th t end He claims that enough enoughvotes enougbvot81 enoughvotes
votes have been pledged to more than thangive thangive thangive
give the required ulred threefifths although althoughm
in several Hveralmatano instance these tb votes vot will be becast becut becast
cast by members whose constituents constituentsare
are not favorable to the full measures measuresadvocated meuufadvlQated measuresadvocated
advocated by the prohibitionists Nevertheleee Nev Nevertheless Neverthel ¬
ertheless erthel they U ey wish the matter to come cometo cometo cometo
to an issue so that the will of the ma majority majoraty majortty ¬
jority may be known knownMr knownMr knownMr
Mr Thompson Thom on was reinforced Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight Mondaynight
night by Rev Brooks Lawrence Super Superintendent Superintendent SuperIntendant ¬
intendent of the Anti AntiSaloon Saloon League in inAlabama InAlabama InAlabama
Alabama and Florida and Rev C I ICollins ICoUln ICollins
Collins the State Superintendent SuperintendentThese
These gentlemen will remain here dur during durInif during ¬
ing the fight fightTHE fightTill fightTUB
Heaviest Ever r KBBWB K ca wa la tie listen Hliteryef Ulnerf
ef f Ike 11 StleMr Staple StapleMr
Mr Henry C Billlngsley who repre represents roprents represents ¬
sents the department of Commerce and andLaborfor andLaborlor andLaborfor
Laborfor Leon county has received receivedthe
the preliminary summary of the repo t ton ton ton
on cotton stock at the close of February
1008 which is as follows followsUNITED followsUNITED followsUNITED
Running bales except foreign cotton cottonhas cottonhaa cottonhas
has been reduced to equivalent 600 600pounds 600pounds 600pounds
pounds and rounds counted as halfbales half halfbal
bales balesHELD bal balII I IHELD
By manufacturers 083768 by pro producers producer producers ¬
ducers 389737 independent ware warehouses warehouses warehouses ¬
houses including compresses 2047278transportation 2047279 2047279transportation 2047279transportation
transportation companies 403518 403518other 40861Sother 403618other
other holders 266600 Making a total totalof totaof totalof
of 3721971 bales balesHeld bal balHeld balesReid
Held in other States by manufactur manufaeturereare manufacturereeare manufactureree
ereeare eree are 1156224 independent ware warehouses warehouu warehouse ¬
houses including compresses compre I 268507 268507transportation 269607transportation 268507transportation
transportation companies companiHW14961 aJ4961 114 961 ma making making making ¬
king 1530002 630092 and a combined l total of
5252663 bales balesThe balesThe balesThe
The approximate segregation of ofstocks ofstocks ofstocks
stocks shown above relates to location locationand
and not to ownership for instance cot cotton ootton cotton ¬
ton in warehouses owned and operated operatedin
in conjunction conjun Uon with mills is classed as asin a aIn asin
in poflseaion po seaion of manufacturers under underIndependent underIndependent underIndependent
Independent warehouses 1 is shown all allcotton aUcotton allcotton
cotton so stored ItoredJ regardlets of owner ownership ownershIp ownership ¬
ship Cotton of ofd foreign growth Inclu Included Included Includad ¬
ded in these statistics amounts to 56 65M9
629 bales hal of which 61561 are Egyptian
1868 Indian 3085 3 08 085 Peruvian 121 121other 1201other 121other
other Sea island cotton included in inthe inthe inthe
the total stocks is 64190 64 100 bales The Theamount Theamounl Theamount
amount of cotton in this country Sep ¬
temher 1 1908 was 1286058 1200 OSS bales dis distributed dlstributed distributed ¬
tributed as follows Manufacturers
584184 594 1B producer 52 888 warehouses warehousesand warohousosand warehousesatuicompreaaes444026
and atuicompreaaes444026 compresses 444620 transportationcompanies transportation transportationcompanies transporhtloncompRnle
companies 72180 and other oth r holders
72283 bales balesSUPPLY balelSUPPLY balesSUPPLY
Of cotton In tho United Status for the thesix thesix thesix
six months period ending February 28 28J900
1908 1908Stocks J900Stock 1408Stocks
Stocks held Sept 1 1806 1280058 1280058Net 1296068Net 122058Net
Net Imports im rt8 99000 99000Ginned 99000Ginned 99000Ginned
Ginned since Aug 31 last11006612 last11006612Total last 11000012 11000012Total 11006012Total
Total number of bales bal14340070 bal14340070DIITR18UTION bales14340670DISTiUSUTiON 14840070 14840070DISTRIBUTION
Export x rta from Sept 1 1908 1908to 1008to 1909to
to Feb 28 lOOd inclusive 6560571 0500571Stocks 6560571Stock 6560571Stocks
Stocks in country Feb 28
1909 5252662 5252662Indicated 6252662Indicated 5252 662 662Indicated
Indicated consumption u 2521436 2521436Total 2621436Include 2621 430 430Total
Total TotalIncludes 14340 438 438Includes
Includes cotton destroyed by fire fireStrict fireI fireStrict fireStrict
Strict accuracy cannot be claimed for forthe lorthe forthe
the statistics of consumption in this re report reort report ¬
port rt Arrived at t by deduction Condilens Condi Conditions CondlUon ¬
lens which will have fuller considera consideration consideratlon ¬
lion In the final report to be published publishedabout publishedabout publishedabout
about May ay 1 may necessitate changes changesin
in these preliminary r mlnary figures figuresFpftit ftgurrralt figuresFarialtoro
Fpftit Farialtoro r IvslMts tu Fer Salt SaleIn SaltIn 5a1In
In good shape hatH Dont apply unless unlessyou un unrou unlessyou
you mean business bulla J E Tjieutf Tjieutf47tf TUEUaI41tt
47tf 47 ft Tallahassee Tallalw ee FU FUavestlgatient PiaIaT Fitlavetigatiene
avestlgatient IaT tlcatienL lath I In the testing tHUD < < ot road roadmaktBg roadMakl roodaoakieg
maktBg Makl BUteriab terlall the State atmrey 1U ey 1 co cooperates ceteI oooentee ¬
operates teI with the Division of Xoftdsof Xoftdsofthe goads of oftb f fthe
the tb United UIU The State Dprtraenof of Agri Agricultare AcrJcliltare
o CheiMee Hof
cultaretk cultare The Division of Chemistry of oftfe
Ute tfe State Dtparteeafc D rta t of Afrkaltvr AfrkaltvrBttket Arricl Agr4eelttareAsakee r
Bttket k eaemloa M U aJ analyst tortile for the ear earvty tureJ sunvey
vty eJ laseiUtwx Ia sell let atoidiee tea But Survey knyIe SurveyStatieaa
Ie eperatle 8r with the ltat perfC perfCtau
Statieaa tau tad to tat u study ftfreftd if f read 8 8tlrkl1da tu ataterkl tutorial ¬
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V tf M y
Legislative Session SessionOf SessionOtJ9O9AtWork
Of OtJ9O9AtWork OtJ9O9AtWorkFred 1 909 At Wort WortFred WortJ
Fred B M Hudson Is President PresidentSenate ol ihe iheSenate T6eSenate
Senate and Ion L L Farris Speak Speaker ¬
er of The House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
The legislative legls aUve work Ilor lor 1908 began beganMonday btpnKonday begaaMonday
Monday night with the usual uaua caucus cauc In Inboth kaboth inboth
both houses for the selection of the Utefiolfr offibers of offtottrs
fibers for the session sessionIN NllonIN
Hon Fred M Hudson of Dade who whoso
so ably presided over that body in 1907was 1907 1907was 1907waa
was again again elected president over his hiscompetitor hIScompetitor hiscompetitor
competitor Hon Joseph M Humphries Humphriesby Humphriby Qumph rle rleby
by the significant vote of 80 to 11 It ItIs Itfa Itis
Is declared diet area b by many of the friends of ofHudson otlIudson ofHudson
Hudson that his astonishingly aatonl hing1y heavy heavyvote heaT heaTvote heavyvote
vote was II due to o the splendid work of ofexGovernor gfex ofex
Governor ex Napoleon Broward who whowas woowas whowas
was present before and after the cau caucus cauCU8 caucus ¬
cus an assiduous Uliduoualaborermhls laborer in his interest interestU intor t tJ
U J H Baker of Sumpter Sum pur county was waselected wuelected waselected
elected president pro tem ternChas temChu temChas
Chas A Finley was elected Here secretary Heretary seersLary ¬
Assistant Secretary A C Sellers SellersBill SeHRnBUl SellarsBill
Bill Secrotary C 0 Andrews AndrewsRecording AndrewUecording AndrewsRecording
Recording Secretary Mrs L B BYounge BYoung BYounge
Younge YoungeHeading
Heading Heaaln Secretary Nat Marion MarionAssistant MarlonAssitant MarionAssistant
Assistant Recording Secretary Co Columbus C0lumbus Columbus ¬
lumbus P Smith SmithM SmithEngrouinlC SmithEngrossing
M Engrossing Secretary R S Smith SmithEnrolling SmithEnrolling SmithEnrolling
Enrolling Secretary aharlea Charles Sams SamsSargeant SamsSargeant SamsSergeant
Sargeant at Arms F C Williamson WilliamsonMessenger WilliamsonMeHenger WilliamsonMessenger
Messenger Elmer McCleary
Chaplain Rev Samuel Moran pastor pastorof
of St Johns church Tallahassee TallahasseeDoorkeeper TalllhaeeDoorkeeper TallahasseeDoorkeeper
Doorkeeper T A Morgan MorganJanitor MOJlanJanitor MorganJanitor
Janitor Otto Kirchoff KlrchofTFaces KirehoflFlltes KirchoffFagee
Faces John Beard Elmoro ColliaA ColliaAand CoJUnjand Colliatand
and John Gamble GambleIN
At 810 Chief Clerk Kellum rapped rappedthe rap
the House to order and called the roll rollof rotlof roilof
of the Representativeselect RepresentativeselectEvery
Every member responded to his hisname hlJname hisname
name nameMessrs nameM1I nameMessrs
Messrs Hilburn of Palatka and Ma Ma10ne
lone of Monroe were respectively respectivelyplaced re reepecflvelyplaced pec lvely lvelyplacid
placed In nomination for chairman pro protern protem protern
tern by Messrs Miller of Lake sad aadWells UdWeill sadWells
Wells of Leon LeonHilburn LeonHI1bl1m LeonQllburn
Hilburn was elected by a vote of 37 37to 81to 37to
to 82 S The Th election being then made madeunanimous madunammou madeunanimous
unanimous unanimousMessrs unammouMealrs unanimousMessrs
Messrs McWilUams of St Johns JohnsCarr JohnICarr JohnsCarr
Carr of Marion and Cox Cox of Polk hay ¬
ing IngJjeen been elected tellers tellersMessrs tellersIlean tellersMessrs
Messrs Stokes Stolt of Escambla New Newton Newton Newton ¬
ton of Orange and Wesley of Leon Leonwere Leonwere Leonwere
were appointed to conduct the cbalrman cbalrmanto
to his seat seatMr seatMr seatMr
Mr Hilburn eloquently referred to
his hi appreciation of the honor but de declined declined dodined ¬
clined to make a speech as there wu wuBO wasao u
BO much buslnm r to transact and nd at atonce atonoe atonce
once asked for nominations for SpeakerAfter Speaker SpeakerAfter SpeakerArter
After a very spirited contest in i which whichAlexander wblchAlexander whichAlexander
Alexander of Volusla Robertson of ofSuwannee ofSuwannee ofSuwannee
Suwannee and Farris of Duval were wereplac wereplacitd wereIlacedIn
placitd plac td in nomination Farrla was elected electedby
by the vote being Farris 36 Robertson
18 Alexander 13 13Mr 13Mr 13Mr
Mr Calkin of Nassau placed thename the thename thename
name of Ion lonL 1 L Farris in nomination nominationMr
Mr Davis of Maditton that of Mr MrRobertson MrRobertlon MrRobertson
Robertson and Mr lr Thomson of Volu Volusia Volulia Voluala
ala that of t Mr Alexander Each E oh paid paida
a spledid tribute to the candidate of ofhi ofh ofMa
hi h Ma l choice choiceMr oholceMr choiceMr
Mr J G Kellum of Tallahassee was wasunanimously WartunanImously wasunanimously
unanimously reelected d Chief Clerk ClerkAssistant ClerkAHI8tant ClerkAssistant
Assistant Chief Clerk Charles A ARivers AIUor AItivcrs
Rivers of Columbia county
Bill Clerk Clerk George U Dickinson of ofOrange ofOranlo ofOrange
Orange OrangeReading OranloRNrllng
Reading Clark Nat R Walker of ofWakulla ofWakulla ofWakulls
Wakulla WakullaAuatunt WakullsAaeietunt WakullaAwuunt
Awuunt Reading Clork E W B BLsnler BLanifr BLanier
Lanier of Columbia ColumbiaEngrossing ColumbiaEngrolllnJC ColumbiaEngrossing
Engrossing Clerk Dr York YorkEnrolling YorkEntolllng YorkEnrolling
Enrolling Clerk C M Broom of
Dade DadeRecording DadeR DadeRecording
Recording R eordlni ClerkRAGrayof Clerk R AGray A Gray of Gads Gadiden GadJden Gadsden
den county
Messenger Victor Lewnllen of Polk PolkSergeant PolkSergeant PolkSergeant
Sergeant atArms atoArmlGeorge George E Haw ¬
king kinsDoorkeeper Doorkeeper J W Alien of Jeffer Jefferson ¬
son sonChaplain Chaplain Rev J R Taylor of Gad Gadden G
den denJanitor
Janitor Eugene Hawkins of DuvalPaget Duval DnvalPages DuvalPIUt
Pages WilRelohard William Relenard of Duvall DuvalMonroe Du DuvallModros
Monroe Powers Powers of Baker Laurie D DAllen DAllen DAllen
Allen of Leon and nd Marion Josey of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Johns JohnsThere JohnLThere JohnsThere
There were seventeen candidates for forthese forthe forthese
these the four positions and the balloting ballotingra
ra I the session 1011 t to 210 210Several 210Syeral 2 J0 J0Several
Several eloquent eloquentpeM apetebea M war made madethrough mdethrouch madethrough
through the sissies ae 10 ef f the eaaeua eaaeuaThat caaasThat
That Tbatreeetvinc receiving ti tHneattit the greatest appteaM pp of ofthe efthe ofthe
the evening tVenl was delivered < by b Mr Cat Cat Catri
kIM ri Nassau e1 N introducing Mr Far Farris F Fiii Fr13e ¬
ris risHaaakJ iiiae ae HaaakJ HaaakJMr said saidMr Id IdJ
Mr J Farris Re aside dc M tpeaoa te telBtro tetro
duce him hi to thief t thh i Deascratk DeaM raUc aaaeua WI
He H B4 no jprafee at wy esyhasde bands teeeae teeeaetrend to feM eewmend feMmend
mend bin au uei to yea Hk U I aptacHd sJ1t kl rea reta t t
tlo tloa a has preceded hiss lal Hteaetvieeeta as His servise e J
Deateerac are a lmn awn ftth tareBctait b8t the UMIi u uqUI
qUI i sad d brtodCi of f fI this thislen eoe sarNr sarNrin a awahL
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