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fall early crop croand and the yield upV uplanddown upland uplanddown id iddown
down the EutCout East Coast as well as in the theulf thecounties thecull
cull ulf counties will be immense this thisspring thispring thisspring
spring The value of the vegetable vegetablecrops vegetablecrops vegetablecraps
crops of Florida exceeds that of theorange theorange the theorange
orange grapefruit and tangerines by bymany bymany bymany
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The contest over the location of the themonument themonument themonument
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sonville 8 nvi e prison during the civil war warstill warstnI warstill
still goes on It Itwouldbe would be better if the thewhole thewhole thewholee
whole matter were relegated to thegarret the thegarret thegarret
garret The career of Wirz however howeverheroic lwweverheroic howeverheroic
heroic and commendable co endable it may have havebeennotwithstanding havebeennotwithstanding havebeennotwithstanding
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monuments The whole movement is a apiece ItPiece apiece
piece of foolery fool ry that is preserved from fromfitting fromftting fromfitting
fitting denunciation only because theauthors the theauthors theauthors
authors of it are chiefly women womenTam womenTampi Tam Tampa ¬
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< The story of the mob doings at Lakeland Lake Lakeland Lakeland ¬
land presents a horrible hom le picture Hu Human Human Human ¬
man passion the world over is thesame the thesame thesame
same but civilizations task is to curb curbana curbudcontro1 curband
ana udcontro1 and control contr l passion The mobs action actionwill actionwill actionwill i
will injure Lakelandand Floridafor Ftoridaforyears Floridaforyears Floridaforyears
years to come Dozens of white men menbecoming menbecoming menbecoming
becoming avenging fiends fi ds and despising despisingthe
the law does not help the case of one oneignorant oneignorant oneignorant
ignorant negro becoming a fiend of lust lustand lustand lustand
and defying the law The good people peopleof
of Lakeland should sh u1d have a care lest the theghost theghost theghost
ghost of mob violence shall rise toplague to toplague toplague
plague them themSt St Petersburg hide Independent lndependent hidependent ¬
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goods at the depot and noticed that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they came from a Chicago mail order orderhouse orderbouae orderhouse
house He noticed also that the goods goodswere goodswife goodswere
were right in his hilline line and the same he hehad hehid hebad
had carried in his store for years He Heimmediately Heimmediately Heimmediately
immediately approached the farmer fanneranduid farmeranduid farmerandasid
anduid I could have sold you everyarticle everyartole every everyarticle
article you have there for less money moneythan moneythan moneythan
than you paid the Chicago house andsave and andsave ande
save e your freight besides U Thenwhy Then Thenwhy Thenwhy
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taxes taxelpaid paid by Arm Armour dt Co for oper operating operating operatmg ¬
ating their thousands of refrigerator refrigeratorcars
cars in Florida and we have also askedwhere asked askedwhere askedwhere
where Manatee Ma tee county c unty comes in Armoor Ar Armour Armotir ¬
mour moor Co make thousands of dollarslsnnually dollars dollarsAnnually dollarsua1I1
Annually ua1I1 out of the people of Manateecounty Manatee Manateecounty MailateecQunty
county and its only fair that they theyHoul theyoult theyoul
Houl oult heln h hel l > > pay the biDs Everything Everythingelse
else is licensed and taxed and why not notthis notthis notthis
this graball corporation We have haveasked haveasked haveasked
asked the attorneygeneral to go to thebottom the thebottom thebottom
bottom of the matter and when we wehear wehoor webesrfrom
besrfrom hear from him we will act further furtherManatee furtherManatee furtherManatee
Manatee RecordDont RecordDont Record RecordDont
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It is to remind the farmers of
Florida that in the northwestern pack packing packing packing ¬
ing centers men are paying about andabove and andabove andabQve
above S a hundred for choice fat hogs hogsand hogsahd hogsand
and steers So the butchers are inFlorida in inFlorida inFIorid
Florida but the trouble with us is that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we are buying cured meat from the thenorthwest thenorthwest thenorthwest
northwest at 20 cents and more pound apoundinstead a poundinstead poundinstead
instead of producing enough for our ourown ourown ourownreating
ownreating own eating For F r hogs and steers steersbe dean deanbe can canbe
be produced in Florida for 2 or orhundred 3 3hundred 3hundred
hundred and can be e sold at a profit
100 per centbut a great many peojf peojfseem peo peoseem peoseem
seem never to have found it out outthose outthose outthose
those that do know it dont kno knohalf knohalf knchalf
half hard enough enoughTampa Tampa TimesFlorida Times TimesFlorida Timesoflorida
Florida Weekly Papers
We must remark again as ascharacter ascharacter e echaracter
character of the Florida weekly weeklypapers weeklpapers week 1s 1spapers
papers It is a real pleasu pleasuiover pleasuover ook ookover
over our exchanges An Anone e eone rom romone
one of them comprising comprisingfrom a ping pingfrom
from another was used usedpage usedpage first firstpage
page of the Advocate Advocatehas jxtract jxtracthas
has been copied by sev sevtwe sevwe that thatwe
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the small t towns c caq sepQr such finenewspapers fine finenewspapers
newspapers We t pakaI kiour our hats to toyon toyon toyon
yon brethren of tkwigfelypres tb the ly pre s We Weappreciate Weappreciate Weappreciate
appreciate your i fellfsship t hip and feelthat feel feelthat feelthat
that we are in goadfgieipanyFlorida goadfgieipanyFloridaChristian anyFlorida anyFloridaChristian anyFloridaChristian
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Juide su ide is a proof of civilization and andws andij andws
ij ws comfort from two recent in instances instances instances ¬
stances thus Suicide is a proof of ofselfconsciousness o oselfconsciousness ofselfconsciousness
selfconsciousness and selfconscious selfconscioushess ¬
hess is a proof of civilization Two TwoPensacola TwoPensacola TwoPensacola
Pensacola negroes committed suicidethe suicide suirdethe sui < de dethe
the other day hence they were civil civilized civilized civilized ¬
ized and as they were doubtless types typesof
of a large class it is fair to assume assumethat assumethat assumethat
that civilization is making headway headwayamong headwayamong headwayamong
among the brethren in black This isa is isa isa
a more sensible view than the one one that thatsuicide thatsuicide thatsuicide
suicide is always rash It is usual usualto
to characterize suicide as the rashact rash rashact rashact
act as though it were the only rash rashact rashact rashact
act a man could commit Now theresmarriage theres theresmarriage theresmarriage
marriage for instance Isnt it rash rashin rashin rashin
in some cases casesTimesUnion casesTimesUnionfditor TimesUnion TimesUnionEditor
Editor and Cash Has Disappeared DisappearedOur
Our editor Mr A L Buchanan hasleft has hasleft hasleft
left us four weeks ago and we do not notknow notknow notknow
know the cause of his prolonged ab absence absence absence ¬
sence After trying to ascertain hiswhereabouts his hiswhereabouts hiswhereaoouts
whereabouts without any results we wehave wehave wehave
have come to the conclusion that heleft he heleft heleft
left for good and has no intention of ofdisclosing ofdisclosing ofdisclosing
disclosing his present abode It leaves leavesus
us in a bad plight as Mr A L Buch Buchanan BuchI BuchIanan Buchanan ¬
anan had full charge of the editorial as aswell aswell I
well as financial department of the pa paper paper paper ¬
per and we have lost both the editor as aswell asI aswell
well as the funds Under these cir
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cumstances there is nothing nothin left but to tosuspend tosuspend tosuspend
suspend the Argus until we can makeother make makeother makeother
other arrangements We can only say sayat sayat sayat
at this writing that we are negotiating negotiatingto
to have the Argus continued and hope hopeto
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to brtag the deal to a successful issue issueshortly issueshortly issueshortly
shortly The Argus started under the
brightest anspices and we are very verysorry verysorry
II IIsorry
sorry that this unfortunate affair oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred We had full confidence in the theRev theRev theRev
Rev A L Buchanan and still have havesome havEsome havesome
some hope that he may return and can canexplain canexplain carexplain
explain his absence satisfactory to all allA allA allA
A report reached us about a month ago agothat agothat agcthat
that he was sick in a hospital in Jack Jacksonville Jacksonvi1Ie Jacksonville ¬
sonville but he cannot be located locatedSopchoppy locatedSOJXooppy locatedSopehoppy
Sopchoppy Argus ArgusA
A Fire Warden Needed NeededThe NeededThe NeededThe
The Lake Butler Star says sa s that for forest forest forest ¬
est fires are destroying timber andfences and andfences andfences
fences at a disastrous rate in that sec section section section ¬
tion that from Lake Butler to NewRiver New NewRiver NewRiver
River it seems to be all fire It sug suggests sugg suggests ¬
gests g sts We have game and fish war wardens wardens wardens ¬
dens It seems that each county needs needsa
a fire warden This reckless practice practiceof pr ctice I Iof
of burning the woods is damaging thelands the thelands theI thelands I
lands timber and property of the state statehundreds statehundreds statehundreds
hundreds of thousands of dollars every everyyear everyyear everyyear
year We have a good fire law which whichif
if it were enforced and applied to a afew afew afew
few of these people setting the woods woodson
on fire would be a blessing to all of us usThe usThe II IIThe
The suggestion is a good one so long longas
as so much recklessness is displayed infiring in infiring infiring
firing the forests and there are so few fewconvictions fewconvictions fewconvictions
convictions for violations of the law lawIt lawIt lawIt
It is illegal to set fire to the grass grass ss be before before before ¬
fore next MondayTimesUnion MondayTimesUnionHe
He Is A After ier the Oyster Dealers DealersHon DeatersBon DealersHon
Hon A P Jordan the efficient State Statefood Statefood Statefood
food and drug Inspector is still in inTampa inTampa inTampa
Tampa He finds it a big town and it itrequires itrequires itrequires
requires considerable time to thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughly ¬
oughly canvass it in order to satisfy satisfyhimself satisfyhiJnlelf satisfyhimself
himself that the various dealers in food foodarticles foodarti foodarticles
articles arti les and mtdrugs drugs are complying with withthe withI withthe
I the law Mr Jordan said yesterday esterdayi
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that he had been informed that th t some oithe oi ofthe o othe
the shippers and dealers in shuckedoysters shucked shuckedoysters I Ioysters
oysters are using an unwholesome unwholesomeamount unwhole om omamount I
amount of preservative for which they theyare theyare
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are liable to a fine of 1000 and one oneyears oniyears i iyears
years imprisonment He is now mak making making ¬ I Iing
ing a thorough investigation into this thisparticular thisparticular thiparticular
particular matter Mr Jordan is prov proving proving prowing ¬
ing himself the right man in the rightplace right rightplace rightplace
place and it will be a smooth individual individualindeed individualind individuaindeed
indeed ind ed who palms off anything impure impureupon impureupo impureupoa
upon upoa the people of Florida while Jor Jordan Jordan ¬ j
dan is on the jobTampa job It Tampa Tribune TribuneThe TribuneI TribuneThe I
The True Reason for It ItSheriff ItSheriff I ISheriff
Sheriff Van Pelt of Escambia county countyhas countyhas countyhas
has been discussed and cussed some sometoo somctoo i itoo
too for his action in enforcing the Sun Sunday Sunday ¬ i iay
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day ay closing law in Pensacola Pen acola Might Mightwe
we ask what the law is on the statute statutebooks statuteI statutebooks statutehooks I
books for if it isnot intended to be en enforced enforced ¬
forced But neither of the Pensacola Pensacolapapers Pensacolapapers I Ipapers
papers have given the true situation in inreference inI inreference inreference I
reference to his action The companybuilding company companybuilding comPMYbuilding
building the new American National NationalBank NationalBank NationalBank
Bank building wanted to work on Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day and asked permission to do so to toviolate toviolate tcviolate
violate the law in other words Mr MrVan MrVan MrVan
Van Pelt properly told them that he hehad hehad hehad
had no right to grant immunity to any anyene anyene anysue
ene for violating the law Very well wellthen weIIthen wellthen
then they said enforce the kw kwagainst Jawagainst lawagainst
against all or stand the consequences consequencesAnd
And there he was So after all the thecommendation thecommendation thecommendation
commendation he deserves is for en enforcing enforcing enforcing ¬
forcing the law in the first instanceonlyDeFuniak instance instanceonly instanceonlyDeFuniak
only onlyDeFuniak DeFuniak Breeze BreezeThe BreezeThe BreezeThe
The Priscillas Priscillas were charmingly en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs MjsW MrW MrsW
W L Tedder at her home on Houston Houstonstreet Houstonstreet Houstonstreet
street As usual these ladies had a adelightful adelightful adelightful
delightful time Threading needles was waaan wasan wasan
an amusing contest in which Mrs RL R RL RL
L White won the prize prizea a lovely silk silkwork silkwork silkwork
work bag Delicious refreshmentsconsisting refreshments refreshmentsconsisting refreshmentsconsisting
consisting of ice cream cake and coffee coffee cof coffee ¬
fee were faultlessly served Mrs Ted Tedder Tedder Tedder ¬
der was t assisted in entertaining by byMiss byMiss byMiss
Miss Penny PennyI
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Jacksonville was in the cityday city cityday cityciay
day looking after buBmeei buainaasWe buBmeeiWe bu in kKlrld kKlrldWe
We have been hoping that Mr Mrbee Mrhee Mrhee
hee and family would more seek baskLive seekLive II IILive
Live Oak their old home city aMare aM iftdare aMare
are still hoping along thatline that foe ahe al alhe a ahe
he would not say anything very veryaging v err erragin y yaging <
aging when approached in theWednesday the theWednesday theWednesday
Wednesday by a Democrat n nMr r rMr rMr
Mr McGehee is interested w ia a aof un unof
of business enterprises in Florida Ftarkkhe
he could look after of ter his batisees batiseesests 1ft 1ftests bsests
ests from here to toss as good advn advnit 4i 4iit II IIit
it seems to us as from Jacksonville Jacksonvilleany
any other point in the State StateA
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