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MINAC Una t + s 1909 There beuur ao 10M 10MDf M Mfoatnrs
1 = foatnrs fthrsS of tbtc IW9gaQ IW9gaQa application Keati a < < 1 about awhich whkh whkhtie wbieb80arci
S tie Board desired desirdtker Ired further Information fnformatioaik Informationorder
ik WM ordered tI that it H e paeeed ever everand everd Wt WttMt
and d the t1Iot tit tM t Secretary 8KretarJwrite write to tfceCtr tlaCtreM1t tfceCtrrit tHarJlld
eM1t rit Judge Jlld < < 8 State Attorney and 1 Circuit CircuitClerk Ctrolutkk Cirouttr
Clerk riq r reqttestteg1 attsg their epiax PIaoine > Ib8 ne as to tcwiietliic to5ntI
sited wiietliic the interests of jesttoe j8 eato oe would weuldad wouldferved
bra servos ad bygraating 1 Iog a eondtuonalpar eondtuonalparto e ndtUonal par part
to t thle tit applicant appitc t tq
< q 5 CBAKLIB RI008 RI008Mr JUCaIIll Itlaohtr
Mr W C Hedges H arain called up the theapplication theJon theapp
app application c Jon of Charlie RJgga for pardon pardonfrom p pardontr rdon rdontni
from tni tr t conviction a of aseault a asea ault with intent intentW intentind
W wticder and aeafceaee eees teo of t two years yearsby y yeers1t ra rat
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t by th fbIt Circuit oof 1t Court for forcoOntyat forE
E r Wlten Wilton coo coOntyat ty at the spt jpfiwpteim prtor term term19O8 term19O8Botts 1S08 1S08Beth 11OeBfttJI
Beth the Circuit It JtidVe J a w wg wEp tned the thethe tb8I
the theate
I a eeaagmast ftgaiasfc thU petitions and andState the theJn th thIkte
State Attonwy Atton > aey 1 who prosecuted pro coted same samehvtog samfile sameltavkig
hvtog file recommended that this is a aKoper aM aS
S proper ease M for clemency the prison prisonHtiata prfsoI prisonunder
Htiata Ie under whom applicant has hasserved huhamr hasrttvsd
I served having certified to hie IU8ood n good con cond coni
i t d sliest t and it ltalNU t appearinjB Jtt DD that regular rft1 aF 1 and andvtepeetable andI andble
I Jn t vtepeetable bl ble emp employuient emYUlIl1 oynaent outside otitside vu vuz the theavte thez
z E avte el z Florida waite this npplkattt npplkatttllw
1 n llw nieaeed it was ordered that a aeejdUe aI sftloiwl
i eejdUe JjtJ ftloiwl < tal pardoa be granted to thisJAME this thisVk th18aflplcnt
I I aflplcnt Charlie Vk r Riggs RiggsJAM8 alrpI f
I JAM8 J MOODY MOODYMr MOODYI
I Mr 1r W C Hookedpresented Hc4g Ho cff e presented the ap apQf aptipa
tipa Qf JamMUoody J Jmie Moody aliaaJamM aliaaJamMfor alias JamM JamMfor
eu for pardon peat on from a conviction convictionK
der der K and sentence nten e to life irapris irapristhe Im Imi Imprieottpaentb
ottpaentb the Circuit Court of Hamil Hamilat Bamiltals
i tals co cost at the fall term thereof thereof1S4
1S4 1 Itappeariaa tt pp ppeariax ria to the Board from fromalette flOlBI
alette a atter ter from the State Attorney Attom who whortaeeentedthia whot whotoad
I t rtaeeentedthia toad tho this II petitioner that the thev thevSnlt evf evfdoage evlagainst
doage against Snlt biwtac him wav clrcum circumstantialtlNatthate circumstantial circumstantiala tantiaf tantiafth
a th tlNatthate < < t there waa wiresgmedoubt eomedeubt 19m doubt in the theB th thI
I B mind ltd nd d of the preeSdinfr pr88 Judgenow Tudn now deceaa deceased deceaad dec decI
ed d > at to thelUn the guilt of ofpettfioD petitioner petl toner er width An dthat wdthatq dthatji at
I t q 1 Judge Jud came very near granting him himJW himtria1 himtrial
JW trial trial also that thesaid State At Ath Atrec Atreconunonds
ji h recommends rec > > mm nd8th that t a conditional conditionali ltfonal ltfonalj
j 11 i be granted to petitioner and an ankmany anJieepUonally ana
a JieepUonally ceptioaa kmany y strong petition being pre preMMted pr prtcd preatrdd
I MMted tcd urging clemency to petitionera petitioner
I t3 UPhIS up a his good character and ex exit exf exYc
Yc f mti ewilary 111 conduct and it appearing that thatfct thatDOW thatI
I < fct his now served rve fifteen years in t uris urisatad > ris risi
I 1 J = i atad lid d been always atw8 faithful and obe obeit obeI
I r it t it was ordered ord r d that a conditional conditionaldon ao dltional dltionalri
ri it itI f > > CnSoo don be grated ranted to this applicant applicantfasaee applicanta applicantMoesfy
I a fasaee Moesfy MoesfyMAZCBLt4UN Xoedy XoedyMAXCBLtUB
I MAXCBLtUB 0 BROWN BROWNTheaoplkatwn IlaOWNJ OWN OWNI
I j lr J Theaoplkatwn The of Maroellus 0 Brown BrownpardeA Brownj
J t panda frem tr m a conviction of va vaf
j 1 4 3 f and sentence e of ninety days inn innment imtment
Itd ment by the County Judges JudgesOf
1 1 i It t Of Franklin county countnn on July 16 19wa 16wu 16tray
wa wu submitted in writing Let Letrw Letif
if a w were re read to the Board oard from a aet am altav
m et of business men of Apalachi Apalachireciting ApaJachl7tecItinf Apalachiealet
7tecItinf = ealet reciting that this petitioner bad be bethe ber beP
r X tweti the time time of his recent arrival in inf infWccla inA
A tWcc fWccla la and the th time of his hi arrest arrestjpide mesti arrestfrequent
i i jpide f frequent and argent requests of ofte ofI
I v fi m te give him work and it appear appearthis appearj
that this was not known to the then theJ
i j J dge who n o sentenced him it wan or orthat orthat orthat
I that a coaditkmal coeditionaf pardon be beted beI beted
I ted to this applicant ap I W1t Marcellus O ONATHAKIEL OtI 0i
t p px
tI i x NATHAKIEL NATAHIML FORD roaDt FORDirk FORDfoUowlne
n foUowlne oolamMntcation i leatfon Was Wasto waaw wuJtf4
< t Jtf4 w i to t the u Board Boai1JlMJICOIa BoardPeosacolft t tpansacola
Peosacolft Fla Fl July JuJl15 15 1909 1909TQ 1800B 1906I
I TQ Hie B Excellency Ex UenCJ Hon Albert W Wpitoferiet WIoImtt WLr1et
pitoferiet IoImtt Governor Tallahassee Tallahasseeinc
inc incDeer Lr1et
Deer 1Je r Sir SirWe tt We W respectfully petition petitionyew petitionraft
yew te grant pardon to Nathaniel Ford Fordwo Fordf Fordr
f > eol wo r wa WM convicted on the lath ef Fb FbHttry F FoflaraenYi Febsea
sea Httry ry1tiO 1909 of oflaraenYi larceny and sentenced sentencedt teneed teneedu
t six ttoBtMta ntoltt UWND l cot co4qty qt jail jaUkI say pris prisoner prilI pttsante ¬
I oner ante MW at beiaf bel te county Jail j llnkl llnkltMrtt aenrbsMat serving servingoMti4Me
oMti4Me Mat iff ne there reMaining remalnI one month nw tb to tob toMzt toa
a b Krv d Ford to BW ItGW afflicted with withpfwaiosl withJf
Jf i pfwaiosl folie ie saadd aad we are are of of the opinion opinionthe
g gM t the > siir pardon D should be granted IJInt IJInti 1 1r ba bato
i M r jse > to tokeep keep him from Infecting lafectlsgg4ber Ir IrA
A Kher prteeaera prtAaeralth with the same dit ditUvlrVCVl d dy dylt1 dtrr
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Cemty lCemty Ce t1 SeXeHer SeXeHererdered iHtIOKIIc iHtIOKIIcit eSkiterf eSkiterfit to
it read Ii erdered Uta Utaw tfe la9atatliia tV i ir
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t to raai9p U apDsat pt > eaHag that tbfa p ptttiegaor
tttiegaor tt e er wd 1 eaad span a pia p petsaet + of ofikY
ikY etsaet bill altoraty au wa waMsct Malt ai setHart is IefMn
fMn Hart and thai in II eaWno a > lanafr C aaU w wsJr pica plosoacfr picaint
oacfr tot IDMNkd 1vk41 kd moraly to a4a aadsatt it tin thewith tinwithwhlds tAMwith
sJr withwhlds with wbieIa be hewaaefcrgd vac ssbatged that UuUIiatf Ua UaDe thatlie
lie > had M ohaaet 14 to aobawttto bMIt to the tfc aowl aowla e eesirtai rt rtjultterAi
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It wart ar otrfetwi octMt ta t On af pItoaUeael pItoaUeaelX of of1N
1N FyWKfcnberforaiWKidn X Kiaaibar r fur a pudaa aJld6a from rm a con conYktioiiof conria
Yktioiiof ria 1ttiea of maaakagiiter eaalrutasit pw ° er a Ud d geittensa geittensaa4 s a af MMe MMe1ft c
a4 f fit 1ft yoanr impdtenmeat by the AIClr AIClrCoiIrt theCtre Cir Cirouk
ouk Coait far f Santa Roe Ro ecMh1tY eoantyat at the th Uistil e
til 1 teen 190 which 111 WM w tMiMttted tMiMtttedfey witmttedIIr
fey Mr W C Bode at ts t he April A me r meet meetg et etad t tac
ac g tad ae ad lisiiivi over ev be MW wrtrrtd referred eto etoto d to towt to1M
1M wt t t wi tii rvis ra of tate Con Cootor Confor
ve1e for f fa toIaveatigaCioa aB to vettifatfon Ip M toth totbet to pror pro preof
r of t f graiatbag raatlaa ra ltiac a conditional pardon rardostand pardontJkera4af raidonaM
tJkera4af and report nt Ort t Go it thl this Board BoardJO BoardJoaL
JoaL JO M BUKKBtT BUKKBtTMr IIUkKBTTMr UkKftTMr
Mr W C Hdgeati Hedee H dc presented pre nMd the th ap appXeation appIoatlon applleation
pXeation of Joe J i BumetiVsfar Runaett fer pardon pardonfrom P pardonfrost nlon nlonf
from f a coavktais < mvfctk Ie of aaaault u utt with intent intentto
to murder by the Criminal Court of ofRecord ofIttcerd ofReoerd
Record for Duval oouaty in August
1904 After due du consideration it was wasordered wuer wasordered
ordered er red that the tb said application be de donled denIed deDied
Died
ROBERT IW1I ROBBRTBURN5 ROBBRTBURN5W TJlUaNI TJlUaNIW BURN BURNW
W C Hodges presented the applica application appUcation r pllca pllcation ¬
tion ofRobert of Robert Burns BUmIfor for pardon from a attonvtetlon aUOIlviotion atioaviotion
ttonvtetlon of manslaughter and a sea sentence unteoae seatence ¬
tence of twenty years yearllmprfa imprisonment nment by bythe bythe bythe
the Circuit Court ef Sumter county coun 1 at atthe atthe atthe
the spring g term of 1901 After due con consideration conlderatlenlt consideration ¬
sideration it was ordered tnat said ap apptfcatioa appIiotion applkatton
ptfcatioa be b denied deniedBBRTHA denedlBaT deniedgBRTA
BBRTHA lBaT SPfJNOBR SPfJNOBRW MoaLW
W C Hodges presented pr ented the thllpplfca thllpplfcatlon applica application application ¬
tion of Bertha Spencer for pardon from froma fromCORylotion
a conviction ot murder in the second de degree deand degree ¬
gree and sentence to imprisonment for forlife torIll forlife
life Ill by the Circuit Court of Jackson Jacksoncounty Jacksonounty Jacksoncounty
county at the fall term 1906 After Afterdue Afterdoe Afterdue
due consideration it was ordered that thatthis thatt1 thatthis
this t1 I application b he t denied deniedBODIB deniedW deniedDDIle
BODIB W > Dlll KALONB KALONBW
W C Hodges H presented the applica application appU appUtlon applioation ¬
tion of Eddie Malone for pardon from a aconviction aconviotlon aconviction
conviction of assault with lntenttomur lntenttomurdes intent to mur murder murder ¬
der and sentence to six years Jearalmprilon Jearalmprilonment Imprisonmint Imprison Imprisonment ¬
ment by th the Criminal ceurt Qf Records Recordsfor
for Esoanbia Et atbIa county toont In March IfiOSIt IfiOS 1i08It 1908It
It WM ordered that the Secretary Seore write writeto writethe
to the judge solicitor and clerk of said saidcourt saidCOttrt saidcosrt
court recreating an expression oJtopii oJtopiiton
ton aa to the advl advltMibUity ability of granting g a acondltieaal aoondfti acondl
condltieaal oondfti toaal al pardon herein hereinW hereinw1
W w1 4 DIFF1N DIFF1NW
W C Hodges Hod presented tre ented the appjlca applioation appjlcation
tion of W J DIffin for pardqn from m a aconviction aconviction aconviction
conviction for uttering worthless worU11818oheeks worU11818oheeksand checksand checks checksand
and a s sentence tenet of flffaen f1f en years impris imprisonment fmJrlaonmll1t Imprisonment ¬
onment by the Criminal Court of otlh otlhcorda Becords Be Rscords
cords pf f HiHsboroughoounty l1Isborouil oounty In June Jut e el
l 1906 OQ Afterdue After due consideration it Was Wasordered Wasordered Wasordered
ordered that the said application be de denied denled depied ¬
pied
JAMES 8CHLEV 8CHLEVW
W C Hodges presented pres nttd the applica application application ppllcatlon ¬
tion of James Jam Schley for pardon from a aoonyjotton aoonyJatfon aoonyiotion
oonyjotton of murder in the second de degret deIl des
Il gret s and sentence to Ufa ut Imprisonment Imprisonmentby
by the Circuit Court of Walton alton county oountyat nty ntyat
at the thIU fall term 1902 After due con aonsideratlon consideration loneiderat10n ¬
sideration it was ordered that the said saidapplication saidapplication Id Idapplication
application be denied deniedPHKNIB denieiJPHINIB deniedPHENlC
PHKNIB HCQBE HCQBEW KCGIIIW
W C Hodges presented present d the applies appliestion apnllcatlon application
tion of Phenle McGee for pardo pardotiirom pardotiiroma rdortlr from froma m maonvJctron
a conviction for manslaughter anal ni a asentence alontenceto aaentenceto
sentence to eight years imprisonment yearafmprisonm < tnt by bythe bythe bythe
the Circuit Court C rt of f Walton county at atthe atthe atthe
the spring ap prln ng term 1905 It was ordered orderodtbat orderedthat orderedthat
that the the application on be passed 8ed over for forfurther forfurther forfurther
further consideration and that the Sec Secrotary Secretar Secretary
rotary retar write wri the Ul Judge jQd < < e States Bta e attor attoraey attorneyaDd attorney
aey neyaDd and Circuit clerk requesting an ex expreaston expr expreson
pr preaston of opinion aa I to the advkablli advkabllity
t tip ty of t granting a conditloail pardon pardonlereln paJdont pardonherein
herein nett t In
WASttlNQTON BUTLB8 BUTLB8W
W C Bode ea requested Uted the Hoard to toreconsider tereconalder toreconsider
reconsider Its action taken July JuJyltt JuJyltt19Oe let let19oe
19Oe denying denl rlbe the apnlicatio of Wash Washington waahIn Wesbngton
In ington Butler for pardon rdon from a convic conviction conviction conviction ¬
tion of murder in the first degree with withrecommendation witha
a recommendation to the mercy me of the theCourt theCourt theCourt
Court and sentence to lite imprison imprisonnent ImprllOnment lmprleonmeilt
nent by the Circuit Court of Hamilton Hamiltonodnty HamU1qneo Haniltgncodaty
odnty eo nty at the spring IIprl term 1902 After Afteriue Afterdue Afterdue
due con consideration kleratton it was ordered that thattbe th thatthe t tthe
the said application n be denied deniedALONZO deniedALONJO deniedLONx
ALONZO LONx o JOHNSON JOHNSONUpon JOHNSONUpon JOHNSONU
Upon U the request fif James am E Gal Galdas Galkin Galkiss
das kin the Board again ain took up the appilcation ap aplication application
lication submitted by b him at a Ur the May Maynesting Maymeet1nr Maymeeting
nesting in behalf of Alone Alan Johnson Johnsontor
for pardon pardonrom from a conviction of break breakngand brrakIn breaking
In ing ngand < < Md nteriogte urlnl te oramita a mild mwdesearior mildmearibr tnasdrmeaifor
searior and sentence of two years ira irajHftOnmeAt 1mp liaprieonmealt
jHftOnmeAt p mritb1 by the C C1reatt ClrcnitCourtef re alt Court of Nat NatM Nalcoun1 NanHI
HI M county at the th sprknt spr ri term t 1908 1908Ifter 1906Afler 1948After
After doe consideration ft t was eriered erieredhat er erJredthat red redthat
that the th said 1d apeKoatioa PISoa b be deaied deaiedAn dssieda I d dJlO
a L JlO JlOA IIiORRI IIiORRIAir
An A appUcatieit a tI was WII MbMitted fn writltg wri wrik wrft5
t5 tltg k c fw the tH pardon of 8 E Morris M Sternafrogs Morrisrre rriI rriItrHI
frogs rre a aeeAVkti leUR ii for f inejtiHy tnIII 1y selling taUfogf Mtlf l
lkp f + ert er 1 wNt e aeateaae t ttIM ee ef few I meaUw 1IHtIutia ties tiest i iby
tia t is t face earsat jtll I by b y tM tMLT theCostrt tk tkIf
= L Costrt rufrt sc4 sr Yei1eia Yei1eiaeewaty L LIIdINUM
eewaty LT ki Jaeee t0 A rte smii smiisidelatiee
IIdINUM If 1aM was ordved raw t n4 > t4 that ttoi 1Mkl 1MklMUlMId said aaklbe saidappiiatiau
appiiatiau MUlMId be denied d iW a4 tWfetfce that tH Sec fledretail Secf
retail t trait t to s tip eetleittteeais eetleittteeaisisas rr rror
isas or Yskaltt V essiitytbss u1etttt team teama 1M 1MdtI
f > riiiiMl dtI It ItII N tiYt to tooar
oar pbyated a eoMkio el adteypS tint u if tMiaat etaill t tr
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A R Logtagsaeillod rW in inapptieatkm wdtiag the theti
apptieatkm bdcM ocouBuCeyte ot r It Ie for pardon pardontteas R Rne
tteas ne ti a eefcfttttay J ajCjgimnd aC vend iafooay dare air and andhe i4eeerlty
two E priIODt priIODtCrtu
he CrimaaflCbartW Crtu QMirtW Keco d forDaval forDavaleeantyatttieAjafl fOIl DttY 1 1tl
eeantyatttieAjafl eeerlty tl at a Aril tees 1909 l After Afterm AfteronMrM Afterthe
the m a = T 4 = e r bs k4tNed k4tNedWia4m ekd onMrM rwt AIItk4tNed daiatUwrY rwtflte
Wia4m Wia4mtt UwrY UwrYhallo
hallo flte < Mtt tt A Haja > 4 Carter p predated predatedfc Rd RdW1ftiM
fc wrftiBt X tW ppNeation U f WHI WHIStreatr
Streatr tMety far aahiaai a ftw fiMI a eonviette ofreslving of ofraejrng t trutlrN
raejrng atekn Vie I kaoniogtbem to tobt toof tobe
bt stales ant muttum of four years yearsiatadaenHieatty 3 yearshtpdeesma
iatadaenHieatty by fMQrlminalCortof fMQrlminalCortofRec t CrIminal t CoUrt of ofI ofReerds
I Rec Reerds + rda ft fots laeaaiWa St eoanty in July
11801 IBM After di < to aaig ed aratfon tion Kwaa KwaaoriiaMd Ie waaa waaaordered u uOrCII
OrCII ordered d tarot Uif JtT Md i applicEtiw licatien be de denied deBled tiepled ¬
Bled BledI >
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I ololtoa 010 oaoHoo1L OE QALDWBLL QALDWBLLthe GLLDWELLAn v 4 4ololtoa WILL WILLAn
An app1 OO io l tor the pardon of ofa ofGeor ofGeorge
Geor George < < ca Cafl efl L f ftqta r a conviction of ofto oftr ofmu
mu tr aaa a Nttw e to the death deathmuted d deathpenalty th thtft1tJ
penalty muted to Of life I1reh lifeimprieefl a airciiit
h imprieefl l riMi1 tVIr irciiit nlt Court C urt for fortferm torJeOR forloa
loa ceu cuaty 11 at J lie iII gill au tferm rm m 1 11M 04 was wasordered wasoriered wasordered
ordered denied deniedIVANHOK dtQIdlVAKKOXIYLVA deniedIVANMOIE
IVANHOK lVAKKOXIYLVA lVAKKOXIYLVAi VYLVA iYLVACol VYLVACol
i Col H P Baya H teented t ed d m writing writm writmthe writingthe
the application eC Tvanhoe Sylya for forpardon torrdoft forpardon
pardon rdoft from R eoaviation for Issuing a acheck acheck acheck
check upon a batik Ilc without sufficient sufficientfunds sumoientfunds I
funds on deposit fc te pay the same and andsentence andsentence j
sentence of c the snentM > ltoat t i imprisonment in inthe inthe inthe
the county jail by bytH UM Criminal r Court CourtotR8eorda of ofRecords ofRcbrds
Records o of RUlefcorough lIU h county on onMarch onManb onMarch
March 28 2 im It being shown to the theBoard tbeBoard theBoard
Board that this yoong1 ou1ll mans a father had hadindulged hadindotctd hadindulged
indulged him in the practice cUce whiclrled whiclrledte
te his conviction 1 py > jr paylne checks che k8 similarlydrawn simi similarly simllarly ¬
larly larlydrawn drawn that ta t the father was read readami reRdl reRdlanti readand
anti anxious to pay the oheck involved involvedia involve involveIn
In this case e and did pay same aa soon soonaa lOOnu soonas
aa he was permitted to that clemency
in this case is strongly urged ed by a large largenumber lallenombtr largenumber
number of the most upright people of ofHHJsboroiigh ofHIlJeboro ofHiilaborodgh
HHJsboroiigh HIlJeboro rb county J cad ad td that the pun punishment punIlhment punishment ¬
ishment already received by petitioner petitionerhas
has taught him a severe ere and effective effectiveleseon effectlvleeson effectivelesson
lesson and it appearing that if peti petitioner petitioner ti titloner ¬
tioner were a State prisoner instead of ofa ofcounty
a county nrisoner he would woul gain a are areductlon re reduction reduction ¬
duction of one month in the term of his hiasentence blslanten hissentence
sentence for good behavior whereby
his term wouldex would woukrexptre xplr lre August 291909 291909it 29 1000 1000It
it was ordered that that t a conditional pardon pardonbe
be granted to tW ftpptioant tppJl4 ioptnt nt Ivanhoe IvanhoeSylva Ivanhoe8yla Ivanhoefiylva
Sylva to be b 4ff 4 eEtft August l1lt 101909 101909t 101909The 16 1909 1909The 1909The
t
The t following li wln < < order was wa adopted aa a a arule aruJe arule
rule by the BoardFrtm Board BoardPrt Boardrun
Frtm Prt run m and nd after tats date no appll applloatien appUoatleft applloatien
oatien for pardon will be considered < l by bythe y ythe
the Board of PardoM unless tml such appUtlon appllration appli application ¬
ration tlon with all papers peparspertaining pertaining rtllnlng there thereto ¬
to required by kw shall have been filed filedwith ftledwith filedwith
with the Secretary of this Board at atleast atle atleast
least le t ten days prior rior to the first Thurs Thursday T Thursday un unday ¬
day in the month month upon II which the Boaslf BoaslfThe sip sipcation appli application ippUoatton ¬
cation is I to be submitted to the Board BoardThe oald oaldThe
The Board then adjourned adjournedALBERT adloonwdALJlEatWGttCRIUIT adIoumedALaRRT
ALBERT ALJlEatWGttCRIUIT w GiLcimiar GiLcimiarGovernor ucrnusTGovernor
Governor and a Chairman 8CbalrmanG
G T WHITFIBLD SecretaryCulture Secretary SecretaryCulture SecretaryCulture
Culture of TobaeaoTbe Tobaeao TotJueT4e1 TobaeeT1applloatton
Tbe T1applloatton > application of shade and semi semishade Bcrnlahade semishade
shade to tobacco plants has worked workedconsiderable workodconsiderable workedconsiderable
considerable or a revolution n in this thisImportant thisImportant thisimportant
Important crop In Connecticut by the theuso theUBO theuse
use of expensive expeu lre shading bRdln methods It Ithas Itflu Itlies
has been aeon possible po lbl to greatly change ob lnp the thecharacter thecbnu thecharacter
character cbnu tr of the crop wktle In other othersection otheredJoDi othersectiona
section by simpler method of natural naturalshading tpsturalshading Jlltnralehld1l1r
shading Important modifications intype in intype IntyPI
type ate Wined at The department of ofagriculture ofagriculture ofagriculture
agriculture reports a simple cornto corntobacco QorutbACCO eorntoI ¬
bacco I planting experiment at the th Kentucky Ken Itmtuckr assntacky ¬
tacky experiment station covering a aperiod IIiIrlod aperiodof
periodof period > iIrlod of three years N1II where the tbetobsc tbetobscCo tobac tobacco tqb c cco ¬
co waa planted between roH1f rows of corn cornThe cornThe cornThe
The tobacco was as of a liner Utr texture Mud HtHlbrought Mudbroulbl saltbrought
brought a higher price Mont I t mils milswhich solisbleh soilswhich
which have beon cropped to tobacco tobaccofor
for any ao l length If gth of time arc a defldnnt lu luvegetable InvElttable hvegetsbleWattor
vegetable vegetsbleWattor thattor At the th same time timecommercial Urnicommer timecommercial
commer commercial htl fertilizers are necessary necesaa11lthe in inthe Inthe
the production of such a highly spe specialized 81 81ctalllfMl speClallwl ¬
cialized crop as tobacco tobIJ n hut it t Is only
tai i
iCOOLNY COOIKT MTaa1DTOabCtJO MTaa1DTOabCtJOby HYBRID TOBACCO TOBACCOby rOucoobytbe
by bytbe the Incorporation IUtOrl tJon with the tbenoli toll < I1I = year yearifter reartitter csr csrafter
titter jeer of a considerable amount Im amount tJnt of ofVegetable otegita ofveggtalile
Vegetable egita I matter that It Its proper IJrf wr phy phykat Ib Ibkat phyM phyMIcal
kat condition can be nmintnlnetl and undimproved andImprarfd andImproved
improved An JdPMI d al foimccu 1I1IHCUtOIJ toll willproduce will willproduce fillprodu
produce beavv 1111 vJekln wid t of nlnintit san sanore any anycrep ilnoteJ >
crep ore Stfeli 8tk a Mil In k ntnted by 1I1Ueur 1I1UeurT Jeor JeorE JeorET e eT
T McNelw rc lU to toh tohactro tfco J cxitrt < > xp rt of t the liepsriawut lie liepartMwut d dp
partMwut p rt Nt of ° aeilrJtaslturvas aifpynlturtf as sue oe of ofgeed D Dd ofgeed
geed d 4eptk pt MMK aiirliewneea 18wneM wnees awl water wateraoldtaf WlterItokJIaI waterkoldlag
aoldtaf apriy M and In order to tettJt pea pease peetree ¬
se tree tees tJt e a sti s eU U must ut cootaJa C UrAI UrAI1ara 4 gee COHs4AwWe geeaMerabi
s4AwWe 1ara auaatity uatlt of deeaytd deo J Jttw r rtata rege regetts4
tts4 tata mattec I08t WIthaut UttM tU UttMJtM n baald baald4ktoMiit tmaldoalaAis
oalaAis 4ktoMiit i It JtM M Mt to b ba ixptstteMaat apeetld ixptstteMaatf = spat spattill1
f hU U beMft 1tt t te tetascco tebaccoeraay tebl tr asy other t r erop eropeta erapeta tp tpau
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A uOIYlIIMCia > nHmsUette admirer of toe tl e peony peonywrites peeeyllama tOI1DaItt
writes aa feUows feUowsDont 1 1Daat
Dont tot aHtaatft go o by without withoutpUmttoiftfc wWlcNtHeM withouts
pUmttoiftfc s mover HeM itooertiie tb tM better Mttera a gooU gooUkit aoodlot gooallot
lot e et < these the u teat e lit all hardy hardygrew Hi barhaceewi Hi1tt
1tt haceewi paeaals 1IdI Aatytaody esa esagrow a aJNW
grew peettieav aM 114 ye 1 ge MM get t tbe tbeMeat tbeIMIIt themust
Meat glortotw I > vewtta 11 with eaebaif eaebaifthe aedesaltthe baJt baJttW
the trouble that yo yes wmiM J leave ve to toerptMd toIII tooxpetrd
erptMd to gtttteg gW g fee MItI tat were wereaierely Witt1UeNy weremerely
merely good od I believe b8l Ute tk peony will wllibecome wWIHceme willWcem
become the t typJeal flow Bower Iowtr > r of eu euAmerican eusS eusSAwerksn c
I American gardens gad occupy the tUtplace th thplac theplace
place with tta that the t row dSs do d m mBagtaad fnagtl InI
I Bagtaad agtl or the flourdeIia Aeur delle In FranceIt France 11Mn 11MnItoertAtnl
It certainly baa BO competitor when whantba wbent whenthe
the t a standard tand rd Is the beat be t reedits 18I U for forthe torthIAbor fortlaa
the thIAbor labor expanded expandedPO J Jyou
PO you ark Can I grow rOW peonies peoniesI peonrI
I ask ro you Hpo Io apples grow in your youraefeaberhoodr yourkborhoodr our our1Iborboodr
aefeaberhoodr 1Iborboodr Wherever rtr the apple applewiU applewlU applewill
will grew there too you IU can plant the tbepeony thepe thepouy
peony pe R1 Having JaT once a set t it out OU you youoan youoan youten
oan shake hands with yourself con confidant CODftdlnt confldant ¬
fidant la the knowledge that it la lathere Iet18 lethere
there to Ita stay without any a necessity necessityof utc8 llty lltyof
of disturbance tlllt rbancl for twenty years at atleast atIomaUm atleast
least Sometimes a clump will wlllramaln wlllramalnundl remain remainundisturbed remainundisturbed
undisturbed undl turbed for fifty years 4NUl1 No won wonder wonder wonder ¬
der It glvep Iv that comfortable old fash faehtoned fashtoned tashloned
toned garden atmosphere atmo phefe that every everybody eerrbod1 ovarybody ¬
body wants around the home The up upto urI upto
I to date peony fancier who wants to tokeep toktop tokeep
keep his hl plants at the highest standard standardall tamlaldaU
all the time and does not mind the thetrouble tbetrouble thetrouble
trouble will dig up the clumps sep separate soparata p parate ¬
arate the roots and replant them do doing doIDg doeIng ¬
ing all this in September every seven sevenor
or eight years Perhaps you ou have an anold anold anold
old peony clump in your garden thathas that thathas thathas
has died out In the center so that it itforms Itforms itforma
forms an irregular ring Dig it up upnow upnow upnow
now divide it and replant Two years yearsfrom YlArstrom yearsfrom
from now yau u will have such peonies peoniesas poonlas
as you never never dreamed of ofLet ofLet ofLet
Let me tell you ou how 1 plant pIa at my peo peonloB peonl08 peoflies
nloB because I am sure that you will willwant wUlwant willwant
want to buy some and do likewise likewiseTo
To begin with let me say 1 that althought al although ait ¬
though t ouch the plant will grow In any anyreasonably 1Inyruonably anyreasonably
reasonably fertile soil yet like ev everything eTerythlng ererythiag ¬
erything else it will pay you well for forextra forextra forextra
extra attention to Its wants Ideal Idealpeony Idealpeonr Idealpeony
peony soil is a heavy moist loam loamgome loamSome loamSome
Some people have made the he mistake of ofthiakjBf ottbl oftWatklpp
thiakjBf tbl IcJp that began Me the peony b1 will willtake wJIItaki willtake
take up a great I t quantity of water and andbecause andbeoau andbecause
because e it prefers I tir a moist loam it Is Isalso lsklo 1ualso
also more happy in a continuously wet wetsoli wetoU wetsnit
snit This ii 1 true with certain Umita
TalC TU OlltHBBB OUtK TBOKT TBOKTtions la01fTUon8 rSOttTtioue
tions It likes Ilk l constantly moist soIlbut soil soilbut 011 011but
but It must be well drained neverstagnant never uorstamant neverstagnant
stagnant The Ideal situation Is i the theside tbesIde theside
side of a slope loading down to wet wetland Witland wetland
land landDig landDIg landDig
Dig a hole In the ground with a afork atork afork
fork or spade set the plant Into it itthen Itthon Itthen
then cover with sol and press 118 tJ the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole firmly firml with your bands and andyour andfour andyour
your feet to make everythingjfirm everything firm and andto aDdto andto
to be sure that every cver pert oflhe root rootIs rootIs rootis
Is in close contact wild Id the soil Wa Water Watel Water ¬
ter It then go 0 away 1 and wait till tillspring tltISPrinK tillspring
spring bearing in mind just one thing thing1C
It In your Qur latitude zero ero weather Is tothe Isthe Isthe
the rule in winter cover the bed with withsome withsome Ith Ithsome
some loaf mold muck tnqok to ck table J litter or oranything oranrthln oranything
anything to prevent the frost from fromgetting fromgeLtJnC fromgettlnp
getting out after it once gets gcllin gcllinAutumn in inAutumn InAutumn
Autumn
Autumn Notes NotesMost Not NotMOlt NotesMost
Most trees are ar betttir bett r planted plRnt plant in inspring Inprlng Inspring
spring but it is often ten a good g od Idea to tobuy tobu tobuy
buy bu In fall and nd heal In vvoli o I 80 o as to tohave tobare tohave
have thorn ready for early Mrl planting In Inspring Inprlng Inspring
spring springTlio springTito prlngTIle
TIle asparagus tops should be IJ cut off offand otram1 offand
and burned Before the ri ripened > anod wed wedscatters seedscattots cedtllUOrs
scatters Some pme mo person CIIOt2 destroy the theseed thot theseed
seed t d bearing plants entirely It Is I n ngood ftJOd agood
good idea Id fl to t cever the plants with withcoarse withc withcoarse
coarse c arse manure manurebnfnre before W r winter to be dug duginto dUIInto dugInto
into the soil la fasprieg spring This prevents preventsdeep preventdeep preventsdeep
deep freezing freezingA
A furnace heated < 1 cellar ct J1af Is a poor poorplace poorplica poorplace
place to keep most vegetable andtraits and andfralts an4nllts
traits By packing pa paps JnllD ng la sand nd winos tc may mayb roarbe maybe
b be sprinkled lath Jt water ocalefially ocalefiallytb
tb the drying eflfcetii C > < ecte t of t the air aIrparUaU1 May tat its itspartially e epartially
partially evenretae and the tb predate predatekeeps pld1tOepl produoskeeps
keeps pl better betterHedge betterIfedgee eUerUt
Ifedgee Hedge Ut t erdlstrlly require from fourte four toutte fourto
te Ave years to btcona btc m attractive sad Ud1IHtDl saduseful asduseful
useful while a rough reux tent er eefeorete eefeoretewall ceiKfttewill ceEretewell
wall way INI well eavered trett with t111a t111atwe ivy ia iatwe 1atwo
twe swasftera AMpetopiite tl or Bottom ffioetoaIv Bottomtry Bott
Iv try 1 te < itfs MdsbtaAt9i fcti4ry 11 the beet Wittd W for terfMs twtkIt
tkIt parpw bdiftt a tr7 fer ferf real dsrow dsrowr
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Xtfc whMy leave are aet ot iajmrefl SlljWftl1tt by byMt bgAt
tt Mt and Ja the mttvauk tlllm turn to a a1IIO a1IIOlI ab1t1Haut brifc brifcliamt
Haut lI t oranga and scarlet MarI < < hue ue ueDO Them Theseao t tno
no bettor time t In the u year rearIr than early ear early
ly October OM to sot out a MW w plants pInGII which whichglvee whgives
gives II theat a eheuce h t fo get well wtUbetore rooted rootedbefore rootidbefore
before the ceW 1 weather weatherthem we tber tbertHat evertadsre evertadsrethen
them The yovu plaat pia nay be bechased pmchased pv pve1la
chased e1la d of any u nursery fMr1 at 16 cent each eacher tIdIr earler
er r 910 10 per r hvadrea When W ptaatttef piaattgthey ptaatttefthey pIutIqtH7
they should OII1cl be set flfteeti feet apart apartSpring apartPrIDe apart1lpring
Spring to r avcti a beat ae aethere aaasea and andthere 4 4tUN
there are so many mall thtaga which whichmust Whiehangst ltJeJa ltJeJaannat
must be dos at one on the ewwtry eoentryplace ewwtryplace
place tbat It la wise to do ae pitch pitchwork nick nickwork k kWork
work In the fall of the year as potable potableIH 1W 1Wla
IH the thew way of building fencing flnCInIUK sppyrid sppyridlag rrd rrdlag
lag and getting ready read generally generallyIndias renaral1rInella generallyIndias
Indias Filmy Muslin MuillnA
A story is told of a weaver wea yr who whowas WMWAI wkewas
was chastised and turned out of Daeea Dae Daeca Dactor
ca for his 11 neglect la not preventing a acow aCO acow
cow CO from eating tint a piece of ofspread mHU mHUIInolut masliasprees
spread to dry qn u the grass she Ihataking ah ahtaking sirtaking
taking It for a spiders pld webH web Bolts Boltrecords BoltsrecortI Boltsrecords
records the story about a Mogul Mogulprlnceea Mogulprine Mogulprinces
princes prine whose father was w angry with withlite withhis
his daughter for showing her akin akinthrough skinthrough kinthrougb
through her clothes whereupon the theyoung tlitroung theyoung
young princess remonstrated b In bar barJustification herJutidcaUon barjustiliatlon
Justification that she bad seven suits suitsonrIndlan IUUoulIndlan suiteontIndian
onrIndlan World WorldEarly WorldEarly WorldEarly
Early Tentfonct TendensisDo TentfonctDo TenelencluuDo <
uDo Do you believe boys often turn turnts st stae t
ts their youth promised promlcedtWell promisedWell
Well they do sometimes sometimesCarver Tb ntft ntftCArver s sCarver
Carver He was the village villagewhen qt qtwhen e ewhen
when he h was a boy bo and now toa healoadIng bealoading tit titloading
loading surgeon 8Uf OD in a acago hOlpltaLo hOlpltaLocaga hospital C Ccago
cago News NewsDo NewsDo NewsDo
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Almost everyone knows knowsof of Dr Kllswra KllswraSwampRoot XilllHraSwampRoot KIlrseeaSwampRoot
SwampRoot the great t kidney liver sad sadbladder pelI
bladder remedy be because beCUIC beii
a I cause of its remark remarkabte rt cet > flk aatxable flkab1
ii able health healthSva rtfttotbf rtfttotbfproperties n6tot II IIpropotiu
properties Swamp S SRoot Sva SvaC
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coming comi rheumatiaia rheumatiaiapaiMia rlummet rlummetpalI rheumot1tpain
paiMia pain ie the back kid kidney iJdney
1 ney liver bladder bla4darand bladderi b1 b1and
i and every part of thye thyer the thearinainr u ua
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a correda s inability toholdwaterandsalding to tobold tohold
bold holdwaterandsalding water watltnd and Bcaldingpon eateUg n ninpRMa in pawing paMi11tofbadeftedl it itor itorbadefiects
or ofbadeftedl bad effects f followinguagofliguor ollowlnguwj of of1iqaOfH of1iqaOfHor liquor ° wa waor aas aasor
or beer and overcome that t iat vnplMMat vnplMMatnecewity upt uptof unpisseaatneceeei
necewity neceeei y of being compelled to go often oftenthrough oft oftthrough oftenthrough
through the day and to get up p teaay teaaytimes
times during the night nightSwampRoot nightlwampRoot nightwamp
SwampRoot wamp Root is not recommended for foreverything torvarytltlng foreverything
everything but if you jO have kidney liver liveror
or bladder trouble it will be found fou td Jut jatthe Jutthe uet uetthe
the remedy you need Itltas been thor thoroughly tfi0f6 tfi0f6ougbly or orought ¬
ought tested ttealls in private P batCi practice and haa haaproved hasprom i ipro1d
prom proved so 0 succemttl that a special s at ar artRnjifcment uanKcantnt y ytanKcment
tRnjifcment has bean made by which all allreaders a allreaders l lreadcrl
readers of this till paper who have not already al already a1ready ¬
ready tried it may have a sample bottle bottlelent bottllent bottlescat
lent free by mail also a book OO k telliag telliagtore telU telUmore telliagutore
more tore about SwatUpRoot Swamp > Root and how to toaay tofi toindoetifyouhave
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lead lid your our address toDr to toDr tuDr
Dr Kilmer Itilnmer a Itc Co 1 IIUnlbamton ate uphM uphMQlnghantton a aBinghamton
Binghamton N V The T t regular tArfift fifty fiftyoast fiftyoastand eat eatiad t ta
and a onedollar sin ixe bottles bottl e are sold by byill byall byall
all druggist Dont make any mistake mistakebut s r rbut
but remember tcmm cr the U name SwampRoot SwampRootDr Swamp Root R j jDr
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