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THE DESOTO COUNTY Y NEWSARCADIA NEWS t 1 1OLIDIE
= f rOLIJ OLIDIE tB xx ARCADIA FLORIDA 1HU1WDAV T1I iJ i1 tY AlltlL 13 IDle NUMBER NV IIJER St Stimmissioncrs I If
f N News s is th the Official Paper of the Board of PubliInstruction Public Instruction of DeSoto County also Publishes All the County Commissioners Reports and Procccdinjs Procecdill s ° I
AFFAIRS AIRS IN INMEXIC INIan INMEXICO
MEXICO MEXICSan
j San Antonio Texas April 12 12lne 12lnef11Inlol1 12Ticeoplnkn Ta TamjtnKUl
here that the tbelI thenext
offIcer
nrm nr my
mjtnKUl f11Inlol1 VI VIiiext of
next lI st few days da will bring rlnj important cc ccvdopmrnts 1fCI0IIOlrnI8 irethe
vdopmrnts In the situation created DJ DJibe D Dtbe
the eipodll0 esP on against Villa iIIl1 has been beerstrengthened beensttfngtbened beenstrengthened
strengthened With sentiment appa apparenttr APltaJntly aptajYntiy
renttr growing roVlnJ stronger among follow followcrs folloytt8
crs of Cairanza for the United States StatesMTfrnmcnt StatesTtrnOlellt Statesgorernment
to withdraw American Americantroops AmerleantrooPs merlcalltroopS
MTfrnmcnt >
troops from Mexican soil and UII relin relinquish IellllIulb rellnquash ¬
quash pursuit of the outlaw forces to totbe 10Ille tothe
the de facto government officers here herebelieve berebeliee herebelieve
believe the issue will l lit > e forced In tile tncnear tilenear thenear
near future futureUnless tuturtUnleu futureUnless
Unless Mexican railroads arc made madejvalUble l11aleAnllable madearallabte
jvalUble for the transportation of ofsuppllt otI ofsupplies
I supplies to General remltlne com command CODmalld command ¬
mand It is frankly trankl admitted in mill milltar milllary milltan
tar tan circles that chances are al ngarnst ngarnstUeccfis mnrnHICe ngnntsttxcess
Ueccfis ICe of the campaign Although the thetroops tll tllIr90PQ thetroops
troops hive penetrated 400 miles south southof southot southof
of the border Villa lIlal has miinnsH nllln to tomaintain Inmalntahl tomaintain
maintain his lead and the field for follcannot four fourcsasot < e ec
c cannot nnot continue much farther unless unlesslopply I1nll I1nlloppl antese
apply oppl facilities ni bettered betteredp
e
p I wu IIIf nnnoniiciii s + + 0111111 Ht department departmentVidquarters 11e11lrtmpntdquartel departmentheadquarters
headquarters dquartel that the two companies companiesof cOD1ponlof
of the TwentyFourth Twenty fourth Infantry at Del Deljlio DelJtio DelJto
jlio would start for Columbus within withina I Ia
a toy or two for duty along the line lineof lineof I If
of f communication com nmlcntlon The remainder of ofthe ofthe
the regiment rej mellt Filtered Mexico several several4ajri severaluL I
111 days ago agoAn agolLt I IlIL
lIL lLt An n overnight orer night dispatch dL pateh from Con Contul Consul I Iul
tul ul Letcber at Chihuahua brought broughtirnrd hrougbtI broughtward
ward I rd to General Funston that lie peo people peoIda ¬
1
Ida I of Torreon arc in a starving con condition Mnl Mnldllion cOnditfon ¬
dition ditionHeadquarters I IlIeadqunlters IIfeadquattera
Headquarters was unadvised of the tbeload theloaelion theloaction
load loaelion ion of the advanced l columns of ofAmerican otmerican ofWage
American troops troopsLADIES troopAoagu troopsf
Wage
LADIES f AID SOCIETY SOCIETYOF
OF METHODIST CHtRCn CHtRCnThe CIIUitCIIE
The Udlcs Aid Society fodet of tile tneMethodist tileMethodist teeMethodist
E Methodist church met Tuesday TUNla after afternoon afterMrs ¬ I Inoon
noon April 11th at the home 1 to t tJehu one of Mrs MrsJehu Irs IrsrMU
Jehu Treadwell The Th first ftl t part lIa It of the theafternoon thtaflcrnoon theafternoon
afternoon was wa spent socially soclnll The Theharming 1111harmln Theit
harming harmln hostess had planned a de delightful delIbttul de1tghtful ¬
it
lightful program consisting of read readIngs rtol rtolIncs readS
S lags by b Miss Willie Wells and piano pianosolos Jllanosolos Planosolos
solos by Mrs Karri After a pleas pleasrut1 pleosrllt8OCial pleasnltsochal
rut1 rllt8OCial social hour the meeting was wa called calledt
te t order by the president presi < lent Mrs hs W WO V O OWelles GE
E i Welles The minutes of the ln Int t meet meetIng Inlettng meetlag
lag were read by I Miss Mb VPS I Parker due dueto dueto
to the absence of the regular secreta secretary
ry Mrs rM Z X Parker It was decld decldfd decilW lellIl1M
1M fd 11 that the society ocIN give 111 n recital red till paine pometime paineIiUle someBute
time In the near future far f r the benefit benefitof
t of C the pipe organ for the new church churchThe IhlllchThe churchThe
The ladles are contributing gener generonsly gemieronsty IIIIr IIIIrODI11
onsly for the bazaar to he held some sometime somedine ometime
time In December The different 1 tIHellt arti articles altides attides
des of work certainly certoinl deserve praise praisend IIIol praisesad e eand
and nd commendation The different com comraittee comt cometuittecs
t raittee reported repollll < l splendid work for the thepa thlto thepast
to pa past t two weeks There being no other olherliuslness otheris
11 < business the hostess then served 511 < 1 re refieshments reI reS
I t fieshments consisting of salad stuf stuffed star1I
11 f fed dates saltine and tea teaThose tenThose teaThose
Those present t were Mesdames MesdamesIllerww MclnmesItlerwert 1 e ln me meJ
J Illerww F II Cllcn Iles W L r Scott Seotlrds ScottSt cotl1 cotl1st
st t Bards rds Kemp E n Snnipcy John JohnHwdry Toimnid Tnhnld
ld r 1 Hwdry Uendr p 1 T 1 Richards Marsh I IC n I If tC
f C Barnett K f J Weaver M M 1 Ar Arhard Arbanlr Arhard
hard banlr j o Uickley nickll J A Parker ParkerB
B L Carlton Forrester 1 11 L LL LI
L Smith W TI G Welles elles Kllpatrlck liar liarf 1Iori 1IoriJler tnr i ii1ey
f > Mf Hollin Ilnllingswnrth svorth Tlmbeilakc Tlntbet lake M I L LK L1V111iams
K Williams Misses IiS s IS s Alice Alrnleat IIN Deau VIM e Par Parrkerand lalker ate j
rkerand ker and Willie Welles Nw w members memlierslfMd memlltuf
f lfMd llCFdKmc mes Hollingsworth and Timber Timberlafcp Timbers
s glake i lab Visitors Iltor Misses Alice Dean and andWillie i 1
Willie Welles IlIeR Mesdiimes Mesdi 1I dllllles nines C C IVar IVarM 111 111and
and < M I L I Williams WilliamThe WilliamsThe I
The meeting adjourned to meet wllh wllh1I Sell h hllrs Iig
g 1I llrs W 0 Welles next time timeWHAT tillllIUT timeWiLt
WHAT WiLt IUT WILL TUB TUBv TiltCOTTOS
v iv P COTTON FARMER DO 101 101Otton i iiv i iColton
+ Cotton Otton farmers are In a nrcdica nrcdicaitent prttIiIIt predicaacr1
t itent tins year lIIr If they the wait too long longto
to n plant they tile will catch the boll wee weeTil IeeTII seeill
ill It they Ihe plant too soon the cotton cottony coltonlIIa11111
lIIa11111 l2 y P l tie > e damaged by 11 cold col < C K Mo MoQnnrrip McQnorrie fc fcflnnrrie
Qnnrrip state agent aent for the University Universityf
I of f Florida extension division dhI lolI fhlnlts fhlnltst thllllstbat thinkstimat
tbat > t fnnners Miould not bo in n hurry hnrr
1 to plant this year Ior because lI < cnllsc Indications Indicationsfc
are a fc that the th spring prhl will I 100 late Of Ofeourse Oteourse Oftga
tga eourse the boll weevil Is to he consid considf COlIs consilend d dfl
end f fl l but cotton COli 011 win st hill not ot grow rol well un untl 1111I 1111hi uniii
I iii tl the th weather bpcomcs favorable i iCation
< Cotton lia has little aldllty to recover recoverm i ifrom
trot from m injuries of cold unfavorable unfavorablevoa
Sg I ar voa c lall slimier r Cold nights In May fa make It ItWptcially Itr Itespecfalh
r Wptcially C1a1t susceptible sceplllol < to ru rut t It Is Isn I Ia l5rT
rT a ala ° n moro ° ro likely to suffer from other otherilillon other
dbas8 011 1 ing n to 115 it weakened Ion IonllIon
dittos ilillonYier dittosI llIon llIonWbrc
i
> Yier Wbrc I herc there > I h s plenty 111tlIt i1om of e moisture moisturenil lI111hlmoanl o osad
sad nil the soil 01 1 IS is wnrln nrm the hc MP seed may mnrI1 j jrt08
I 1 1e rt08 snakeI akell 1 llofre planting Hut If the thep Iheb
soil p I1 b not moist it will draw the thewinatlon
I molstltre OI tnrf e frntn rom the AIttI and arrlMt arrest ger tr trI
I winatlon 1 natilln The seed will 1 1 then be in incondition In1OnA
1OnA > condition than it was l before > It ItsoakeJ
TO lay soaked I i
150000 DIE OF OFSTARVATION OFSTARVATION OFSTARVATION
STARVATION STARVATIONPurls
Purls April IIIil 1UWilliam I lIiOm Willanl WillanlHoward IVillanlHoward
Howard of New ew York secretary stCrctor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Albanian relief committee who whohas whohas whohas
has left Paris on his way WA to the United UnitedStates UllitedHiatts UnitedStates
States from Albania said that 150 lGOI
000 I JO human beings had 1m I died of stars starvation tatlatlon a aflea ¬
flea In Albania during durin the last la t 18 18months
I months and that fiOOOOO were W I likely likelyto IIkI
I to die before normal conditions in that thatcountry Ihutcllnlllry thatcountry
country wore Suer resumed resumedFamine resumedFamine I II
I Famine due to failure of the crops cropsj Ol Oli
i j as a restiltof result of tin excessive 1 rains III I Mr MrHoward Jlritouyatd
Howard satdJmd 511111 sallhnd hal reduced the III popula populatlon o oion
lion to n pitiful ciinditiiiu and typhus typhusfever typhusfever I ICee
fever Cee threatened in Inconic COIII epidemic epidemicOwing Ii i iii
Owing Olh1 ii Ing to the Ih war commerce mid In Industry IIIIustr Industry
dustry Iustr are imralyxed The Ihl secretary secretaryaid sierrt ntc I Iavid
aid the Christian work relief ship Al AlImiiia 11 11carrying 1 1hl1l1ia
Imiiia carrying arrIIII tin 111 fmirtli shipment nf nfrelief t i irelief Irelief
relief supplies AIIIIIIi s till III reniiiincd In the theMcdllerranciin Ih IhlerllterrnllclIlI tiltMediterranean
Mediterranean Mr h Howard ftnn atul Is I re returning ¬ I Iturning
turning 11IIl1ln to the United Suites tule5 to lit out outiiliiitlier outnnuther
iiliiitlier relief cx xIMlllIioll xpi > cdilioii He says saysthe i iIh jthe
the Ih Alhnnlntix IIInloll arc al tint taking tukln any au part partn
° n the war In the th Balkans IlalkansINTKKHUIAN BalkansIsrERuRBAN l11kansISIFnIUU
INTKKHUIAN LINK II ENDORSED ENDORSEDTampa lInIlSU
i
Tampa Ill milpa April IUjI 8 SllIdor uidorseuieut iidor cnient of ofthe ofIlle ofthe
the project with a section ectl urging 111111 nil niliidminlstrative niluhl1inlstrnI allnlntiuistrrtii
iidminlstrative ll bodies In assist us II a intlcli intlclius fluid fluidUs
us u possible In Its II realization r was giv given rivIn h
en 11 yesterday by h the II Iniaid nf c governors governorsof 1oIIlrllrrot
of the Board of Trade in sjvclal SS esi esision 1 1ion
sion ion to the proposed Interiirbiiii dec dectrie electric Iec Iectrlc
trie line between Tanipii lain Jill Plant City Citytind IItyand It
and Ijikeland IJIIllan1Thl LltkrlanIThe i iThe
The project vns Ill explained lalll1 in ii detail detailiy thin ll llby
I by iy 1 M 1 Williams ill III III 5 who 111 declined that thatthe IhIIthe thatthe
the promoters arc anxious to rush the thuInns I thelan Ill IllIalls
Inns lan along The 1111 fact dial tlifv 111 imi imiiMitiml arc UrtIHIIIIII arcIsnuul
iMitiml by II agreement with Gary 11 a I iinil iinilPlant 111111IIlIt nnulIIant
Plant City It ity to start work within mu 11 hili six sixniciHlis sixmonths Ix Ix11I1lhs
months makes the lute nutntlushrlny months delily 111 ini inipn illl1o intpaled
paled pn pi by 1o the utility IIIIIIII commissioner commissionerembarrassing rotntolssinueruembarrassing nlllllllsinlllrlIIlourra
embarrassing lIIlourra IIII a a corps 11 of oxicuslvi oxicuslviengineers elsuslvuuengineers
engineers engineers is III the city dl waiting s to tostnrt IIIn tostart
start n rt to work workMr 1000kI workMr
Mr I William stated 5Inll Unit plan have havebeen h lorvecon
been con tending since 1111 eighteen linintlis linintlismil 1111111 thus thusnrn
mil and thAI map were seoured seeurc sln shllIII shuw shuwlug > w wIng
lug III the Inriitlou Inli nf t every CIel road and andrarm awltin
rarm tin nl hoii house < e together with the Ih name namenf timu hues huesf
i it
nf t all proierty owners He added addedtbat 1IIJtflIht nddeiIthat
that the th concern l1cern does Inr not propose lrolJ I to togn toru
gn 0 lifter nfh live cent fares arcs but will du fl n IIIh ittrietly j jstrictly
strictly Ih Inlerurbnii iii business hluill s between hetlenIhl hctwccnl hctwccnlfile j jHIP
HIP three cities citiesThe dtitsIhl citiesThe
The Ihl Hillshnrough lIil1Iloll h County lIlInl minty Hoard It I of ofnde it itTrade r rTrolle
Trade nde will 111 meet 1IIr tit Ituskln next Friday Fridayiilteriioou 1iIII Frilnymitteruoon
iilteriioou and notices have hn been Is Islied I IItr1 I Isach
lied Inviting nil the members from frmnIhcr j jher 1
her commercial bodies III the county countyto Olllll Ollllltn oummi my myto
to attend
+
SAVE t MA 11 Tilt RAIN IOSSIIIIK IOSSIIIIKJ
c J K Ie I Mofjaarrle Qllnrll state Iato agent for forthe C CIh fatthe
the Ih Inlvorsily I1I1Isil of Florida extension extensiondlvisinn rxteusionilhisiun i i11i I
dlvisinn 11i IIIn advlvs aIII nil rl es farmers fit r11nrs t to > save nil nilhe ulihi
he 1 hi rnin they tl1I can nll within the next XI few fewmonths Cl Clmonths cic cicmonths
I i
months Mr II MeQuarrle think that thathero IhnlI Ihnl1Irt
hero Is not much ehance fur plenty plentyf pleatf JtII JtIIt I
f rain rallllllltillh until the rainy mill season st 11111 At 1 any iiuyrite anyr wi wilIl
rite r rte as a long as the Ih present drouth drouthcoiitliiuel drottltIltilltlr l
coiitliiuel nlltlllll Iltilltlr < i moisture ronservntloii ronservntloiishould CIIII Cuncttmutluilshould I
should be practiced practicedLaud practicerLaud I Irallli
Laud should be cnlliviited cult irnted lifter ev every e eI CVtry ¬
try I rain Ill 111 This Thl will break the II crust iruMnnd crustand
and privenl moisture from escaping escapingIt e ecrapingnI aJlill aJlillIt
It I t Is I not enough to cultivate nonr the theplant II thePhuut
plant rows s nml leave the th middle un unbroken IInItrokell uniIst ¬
broken I i i nk c ceels n Moisture Iiltl i iIst atrr will tell I soon 11 Hud clian cliannels chn 111111lIels n
eels through tllIoll h the Ih unbroken surface surfaceThe sllrtll sllrtlllh snrtumlime I
The lh capillary force tlll works lIrk horizontal horizontalwell horl1olltalJ I
J Iy a as well IJI n its vertienlly ierticml IlillIl1 hy and a 1111 can cantransport cl1111 cl1111IlIIlIsport canltanspnrt
transport water In any direction directionCOST directionCOST I ICOST
COST OF J < CULTURE CULTUREThe
I
The college freshman year elll suns prom proving promtog ¬
tog very fr oxixiidvo XIIII to fnther so n father fatherdecided tllthelIodeteci tttherdccldetI
decided to huve 11111 ha re a hearttoheart heart tn hemcrt talk talkwith Inllith tallwith
with ith Charles home for the week weekNow neckNumt IlI
I
Now 111 won 1111 snld sni be III gravely 1alI but at affectionately atflillllalel atua ¬
fectionately fa tionatrly your IIIII ua mother r and i issuiling mii I I are aresjiendiiig 1111SIIlIII1illg n ri
sjiendiiig Just as II little as n we t iossibly Issciblyri11t iossiblycan
can I set up In the morning I1IOrnlll nt nifO nifOnnd 00IInl 030m
nnd nn i1 I work until 1II1II1nttri untilnone after 3 lint 11 lit smi a IIII i11time the theivoney m
none 111111 Just wont Ollt go 11 round rnllll at the rate rateyour rnl rnlot1f
your r0 ot1f tar expenes eXIlIII r x Pre Preinn tt c rs are running t nnuin What hnt 1 do doyou 10nn
you nn think we 1 had better lo doFor loFor
For a moment Charles hlllll < head was wasburied wa waIollri1 wasbmtriivl
buried In thought and then he replied repliedWell rcpllcuhWill
Well 11 father I dont see sc e iiuy n or way waynut waynut a alit
nut lit but for you 011 to work nights nllthtIhll nllthtIhllnI1lphla nightsPhilalelphla Phil Philadelphia ¬
adelphia Ledger LedgeriJSOO rII CI
iJSOO 300 CONTRIBUTED COSTRI UTED TO TOCKXTKNNIAL 10CJo
CKXTKNNIAL CJo TtSSIl MISSION IISSIll FlXDI FlXDIThe Ft rDThe l sn snThe
The KPV W Y Y Qulscnbcrry who whohas whohas 1110hnll
has been in the city eit for the last three tlireoor
or 1 four days Io s soliciting ollllIill for the c l250 l250oon 1 12 iO n nOno >
Ono Judson Centennial Mission Fiiml Fiimlleft 1unll11ft 1tmlUft
left this morning after having complete completed completeed ompll1II ¬
ed II the canvass Mr Ir Qulsenlicrry re reports 11 11ports nports ¬
ports that the contributions were lell very veryliberal veryliberal tI tIlI1oeral
liberal and onl aggregate nearly J2nn J2nnThis 200 2001hiR = 80O 80OTills
This special collection does < loe not in nay nnvway nil nillO naynay
cotitri cotitributlono 1011111IIlIiton conh conhbuttons
way lO Interfere with the regular
buttons IIlIiton for current expenses of t the themission thlmi themission
mission mi slon board
NEWS CONFIRMING THE REPORT OFTHE OF OFTHE opt optTHE
THE DEATH OF VILLA YET LACKING
Kl 1 Paso f Texas April 12 12lur8ull 12Pursutof Pursul Pursulof
of Francisco Villa illa probably will 111 bi bibrought behroul1ht b bbrought
brought to n conclusion within forty fortyeiitht torI torIIiht fortyeiuht
eiitht hours according to Inforruatloi Inforruatloibrought Illforwlltlonhrlll htformuttotbrougist
brought hrlll 11t heiv by h an American minis mlnliuconcern InlnlnlJnClrll miniseuneent
concern with large Interests at Parra Parraand 1lIrralI Imirraand
and a 111 Torrcou TorrcouThe TorrcouThr
The mnxttgfi m stated lolI 1 that the report reporIhut rcporlIh
that Ih Villa 1111 was dead was ciirrcnthroiuli ciirrcn CllrlCIIIthrulIh tunesthrough
through iui c southern 1111m Chihuahua am amnorthern au aunurtliern uo
northern Ithelll Durango IJ1I1Cln I and while it win winfar sonAu 11 11tlI
far from rl11 being confirmed it wa muas ex expiilcd lXIhal cxleitil
piilcd that definite 1tlllllt news 1111 would be re recclvid iecrlVCl
cclvid 1 In a very rJ short time timeThere lImeThf timeThere
There are a only III1I two instabilities i ac acifiitcd seercpted 11 11aM
ifiitcd a aM true In the situation either tltheiVilla eitherVilla 11111 11111llll
Villa llll is dead luau and his hi pursuit automat automatlially 1II1I1I1IIUtall ntuomtttirally
lially < all ended or he h Is I far to the Ih sotul sotulIn SOlllhIII southIn
In Dilrango If the Ih latter Is I true 11 army arnijofficer 111111 111111IIHiI armyiufhrrrs
officer soy II that the Ih entire 1 Ii 11 plan o ocampaign lit litmlllplIl ocnuspnlgn
campaign mlllplIl n of t General aural Perilling must bi binorgan btii0rgnnlzel
norgan 11 ii0rgnnlzel 0 Illl II I zed nr abandoned altogether altogetherni
f one hi ni officer who haM had ail actlvi actlviIiirt 11 acthtpart < 1111 1111IHrl
part In directing lIrt > ctill the plans nf n the ex expeditionary oxpeditinnar < x ¬
peditionary force till furs summed lip III the sit situation sitnation ¬
nation In this Ihl way wayIf lIanIf
If 1 I Villa ila is i dead there 11111 is no more moreI inurebe
I be I siild < except to Issue mi order orderfor IIIhrtr uuiterfur
for the soldiers to come COIII < lurk to the theIldted theI
Ildted I uiitd States us speedily sellil as possible possibleIf pusslblhr
If he h Is I not dead there Is I very t el cty little littlereason littlereason
reason to doubt that by h this time lint tic ticIs hlI ticis
Is I well Id I Into the II state of Duniiign It ItI
I ridiculous ridicul nts to I supiHise IIIIH that our ourtroops ourtluups
troops 1111 can 1111 mu it keep on II going 11111 south lIlh mulct Indefinitely mulcthtlti ¬
initely 111111 with no railroads back of them themThey themthey
They Till will either lthll luive 11111 to I halt lalt or ar arrange 11 11rHIIII uraugr ¬
range for the dispatch of o another ex exnidltinii exIhillll cxnr
nidltinii Ihillll nf full suit mi II the Ih border borderIdch burerirhholu
1I11Ih Idch will enable IIIIIh them In I cut 111 in U Uliind I Ihlll1 Ise Iseltiml
liind Villa illn I inn not II prophet bin binthe baitrho I IIh
the Ih most casual observer oh rvr should see seethat sirthat lI lIIhll
that the existing xlsllll conditions l1ll1liOIl an HI ant IniiMKslblc antuushblr
iMKslblc 1110 nf r t continuance continuanceTlii
The 11 report nf t lilts illu death was U ac acilcd actiteil 11
titeil ilcd 111 as highly hllhl probable by 101 1eiirral 1eiirralItcrtani nllIrrHI1Irlalll Ieuerlitortani
Itcrtani Carranzn lnn umza cninmaiider who lh I lTheiv Inun
1111 nun ill 111I1rer lunrczThere
There 11111 Is only unh 1111 one iloctnr In the theiiiilry Ih theeuanh
euanh iiiilry 111111 where Villa 11111 now is i is fnld fnldlicliernl sni sniIencrnl
licliernl llcrtani and It blood jnilton jniltonIng IHholl11f iselsonhue
hue 11f has hn sot In Villas llIa leg II as my III tin in informants illrlllalll liidrnmants ¬
formants rlllalll report this Ihl doctor can d dmilblug dnutllnr I IIltlll
milblug Iltlll if be hi lots hu n chance all Witnesses Witnesseswlui 1ituessoswhin
wlui lh saw a Villa llla old me lib hi left leg legas 1111II kgas
as II as haltered by 10 n fall 1111 from rolll Ids Idshorse hi hih hishusk
horse h fnllowiiig his hi being belu wounded woundedby
by I a bullet They fhl said IIII the Ih leg 10 wits wicin IIU IIU1011 witsmu
in bad shape h swollen nml gnngivn gnngivnons gamirrrnOtis 1111111
Otis
1lllIrul IINla1l1 all 111111 Illa hII holnut
nut morn than fifty tlfl men with lth him Tin TinVilla Ih Ihrillll the1ilhl
Villa band which hl his troop cmdim cmdimleicd ellruut1trrrl
leicd In the Ih Madcm laII sectiir suit ur wen wenquickly morequickly
quickly 1111111 dlspoicd tleclng 1ilIII without a ink inking 1111ill nil nilfor
for ill their dead deadiil demidhlYI 111
lYI iil by I Peaches the raptor of O Ie Ieruuinu e emiiimn
miiimn twenty Apache Ilchl scouts nlll stnrtei stnrteiMiiitli slit 1IlllIIlIlh rttu rttuIuntit
Miiitli yesterday lrrI on II tnntor trucks trucksKacli trucksInelt
Kacli Apaebo pnrh wore 101 sun goggles 01I1t ami n nwrist asilet
wrist II t watch watchThi lIateh1h watchlit
Thi 1h lit < southward snnfhs lIllIlInr arvl rush of the Ih Amerl AmerlI IIIlrl IIIlrlrUIl
I run cavalry cnalr force pursuing Villa 11111 lm lmAVON 1111OS hie >
i
AVON OS PARK I PAR I JO 1i
0 i 1 Mnson 11I l11 and Miss Ii Clara Mnsnn Mnsnnleft Masanitt
left the III Park 14u Tuesday lIIla far their home homeIn h01l1lIII homeIu
In New II Y 1011 rk rkThe II IIthe
The Mothers Congress IIIIn5s gave an en entertainment elllIrlnhllnent cuttertnintnent ¬
tertainment In the high school audi auditorium nulitoriunt ¬
torium III ri II III Tuesday evening 111111 The 1111 chiirno chiirnotors chiumleters hlllII hlllIIr8
tors r8 were represented < l by the best tal talent tnlcat ¬
cat In town and the house hOIl e wns IIM crowd crowded cruwled ¬
ed
The Citrus Kxcliauge Is packing packingfruit packhugfruit
fruit this week Roberts llmthcrs unit hers will willfinish lIiIIIIIIi511 willknish
finish shipping for this season in a afcv nfew 1 1tCI
few tCI days daysMrs do daysMrs s sIr
Mrs Ir A 1 II Carter was ln seriously seriouslyxaldcd sl seriouslystulcd olI I IlnlJr1
xaldcd > by 101 I y water from tu amiu a Move tm that thatwas tholI
was I partly Part hr overturned by a leg 1 drop dropping flropflllIl iinipping ¬
ping out outAnnie olltlInle outAssts
Annie lInle Lewis eight months old olddaughter oMfll1l1hler millditilglter
daughter of of1 J C Lewis tiled Sunday Sundaymorning f1IIJII f1IIJII1110101nl SnnrmtymoralsR
morning morningfinest 1110101nlGIllst moralsRGuests
finest at the Village IIIae Inn Hernia HerniaCTiemvnrtli I1ernla1IelllllIrth herniaCiteuwurtim
CTiemvnrtli C 11 Fish hll Miss lIs M 1 Fish FishChicago FishII
Fishts
Chicago II 1I1 10 Ills II P 1 MeCurdy lcIIfI y Pitts PittsImrg IIUMbur I It Itburg ts
burg bur Pa ficorRC Oeor 11 Jones New ell Cams Castle Ca Catic Camstic ¬
tic Pa PaContracts IllContrallH PaContracts
Contracts are n let for several s 11 1 dwell dwellings lsclllags hIIIIngs ¬
ings ingsThe
The board of governors of the Hoard Hoardof nal1of itnarulof
of Trade met April 8th 8thThe 81hThe 8thThe
The tendency of every er new town is isto isto
to get Into debt without much thought thoughtalxnit tholl thoughtalsiut ht htalJlII
alxnit lichiR lIelll able to pay 1I11 when the thetime thetime thetime
time comes to settle Industries and andbusiness 0111hmIl1e andbliiiilcss
business hmIl1e Is II the first consideration in intown IIItO1I intan
town tan n or city cityMiss cit citIi cityMiss
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Miss Ii < s Ilallle Rice the expression expressionteacher eXllrlllInlIaIIIr expressionteacher
teacher of the DePoto nl hei olo a to County ollnt flU flUSchool 1111Ikhool Ill IllSihnol
School wiit mt ent up UI to Wtiiichula ncbula 1lct 1lctnight
night and on 1 Is I spending the day 1111 1111leuchln heeteaching iee ieeteaching
teaching a class of expression ptiiilis ptiiiliswhich PIli PIliwllieh pntttsBich
which Bich she he b18 im In the Wauchnln Til TilSchool Tlln TllnIlholll TlbnSchoul
School
been so rapid hat It has carried Col Colonel Colonel Cubonce ¬
onel Hood and his troops far beyond beyondall beondall
all linen of communication communicationOfficials eOD1l11lU1lcotionOrtlclalH commtmicatlonOfficials
Officials of the Carranza govern government 1011111I1l1I1 ¬
ment In Juarez are ranking Innkln attempts attemptstoday attClnptHHlaJ
today HlaJ to gain oln Information over the theMexican thllellall theMuball
Mexican land lines in regard to the theaitvniKf th thaIIlIlIl1 thealiuuce
aitvniKf position of the Ih American Americantroops Amerieolltmops Americantroops
troops troopsArmy
Army trm 1111 officers at Fort 011 Illiss lIIi Iwllevr Iwllevrthat 1111 1111Ihlll
that when the eipetlltlonury 11 lllItlOIIII I com commanders ¬
manders get in touch with mt ItIi Major > laJol lieu lieuAmerican himrnl n
rnl 111 1l1l1slolI they will 11011 t that till tiltmiatlenmu
American troop have ha engaged the theVillu tillillll tuttllri
Villu illll force in Imttle IteportH that thatn
n liiille luis 1111 been fought with Villa Villalands VillaI 1110 11101olId
I lands south of Sutevo were IIe current currentyesterday currentyesterday urrnlcslcrh
yesterday cslcrh but there was e I as nothing 1Ilhlll to toiiiiillrin IIIIIlIlhliI
conlim iiiiillrin 10 the Ih reports reportsWhile reportsiille > IlfIH IlfIHhlll
While hlll the th Atneilcan cavalry CIIlIh y art artiinuaiumUng 1141I11I11I1I1r1ln
iinuaiumUng I11I11I1I1r1ln the country 111111111 at the fat fatend fatend
end 111 of t the attenuated line of commii commiiuliiitloiH mml11l1III1utl eornn t tmileittluns
uliiitloiH III1utl there wax lIa n as little apprehen apprehension npprthensloe ¬
sloe 1011 over 1 the th sitiuitlon illllllh for It wiiu wiiufelt 111 111CI n uc uctilt
felt CI at Fort I Illiss that IioddN Johl men mencould ntoucluld
could 1111 light lI hl themselves out 11 of t any 1I11 un uncnmforlnUle UIIollltrlnhlt Sulrumilfnrtable
cnmforlnUle position positionScum IMsitlooelllll pcisitlonSents
Scum elllll and refugees said that Ih IhIII1rian the thenurican lie lieAmerican
American troops will Unit It particu particularly pnrticuholy ¬
holy 11111 difficult to oierate In any IInI nn r limn limnhe nuuuhers
InI hers against ahll Villa lIla 111 the district 1 Irlll nheve nheveiii
h iii he is i llvelng llvelngThe 11111111Ih hitch g glie
The Ih lie Arriita brothers I lot hrs are III said i1 to be befortifying I IMlltIII Irefattifylug
fortifying MlltIII the city h or Durango but butfor 1111Cr louttin
for whnt purKi e tins hn not been Ilidl Ilidlrated hlllllIted hullsated
rated ratedin satedA
A plot o of wick dinteuslutls 111111 111111I hatvhi
I in Kl I Paso and nn backed by II Ihr lie Isoplr Isoplrwhin > codi codiwho
who wh are flnaliclng Felix tllI I Max In n nmovement I I1 iinmovcnint
movement against 1 the de < facto Cllcl govern governlice gerrnmeat IIIrll IIIrll1I11lIt
meat IIf lrxiII is liclltrl 101 II hut p i illre
lice to have been unearthed by the iii ar arrist aln1 t trtst
rist of fifteen Mexicans hdrall iccu cd of o IT ITIng hIII Itg
lug III implicated ill tin light across IIcrll the theAgents Ih theIsrtlcr
Isrtlcr lit General 1111111 J1Z 111111111 SnlaznrAgents
Agents 1115 tit < > f the deparlment of t jn JIIti > ti tiaided tinhlel >
aided the Isillce ndlce In making 111111111 the ar arrests illI atrest
rests lilt I most initoriaiit of which whichwere svhiihacre Ill IlllIe
were lIe General Marcel Caravio ura ami amiiencral 0tilIiuclal
iencral Iguacin Mnrelos Zaragoza ZaragozaSchn arugnxa arugnxawho a
who like Sulaar Ha laznr were IIf iimong illlHJII ll 1100 tnbust c cbest
best known and trusted tlIIII t utsttvl of the tali taliVlctnrlnno littiIrturliut
Vlctnrlnno Irturliut Ilnerta lUuteiianis lUuteiianisTin1 lietueumitutThe +
The 11 prisoner dIIIIII were ipicstlnmo r rIhl tut tuttilt m mtin
tin better Ioltl l icirt irl of the night lIi hl by 10 li liilre hlice
lice 11 and secret ad service scn < < rIic ic officials officialsThis offlcluhsIbis Cndlll Cndlll1I11
This 1I11 story I was pieced pht mil together frnii frniilliclr fllIIhdr hnhltheir
their adiiiissimis lIhlli and tbe Ih authoriil authoriillillevid tuthorilIslltieel
lillevid they II have discovered dlsY mrel the 1111lItllll en eniliilal t s sttithtl
iliilal details Iail tails of the plot plotThe plotIImc
The backers of Ilia Iliaz It Is I said nilIIII1l be became beeciuuiehIssatistlch ¬
came ciuuiehIssatistlch IIII1l dissatisfied 1I alllh1 because NIIII c his fwn n i II IIliary IIIt IIiuny
It liary II I ripiiliillnn was s Ill mms limited and ut In Inhad h humluuh
had un mailwith mull tvlth bis III innvcmcnt 11111111 ii iiwhoso Iih itshse
whoso h generalship the Iii Mexican oiueli oiueliluau Ii Iihad 1 1hall
had cniillilence 1I111111It1 They 1IIc were 1 also nls aix aixloin aixlOlls a Ix Ixiotti
loin to reinforce reltlt the Ilia nillr campaigi campaigiIn eamnpait1n all1 a I
In southern lIlhlI1I Mexico by h a similar siolllmius IIIIIIII insiv insivrcclinii iIlSIIill iusriirta
rta rcclinii tGm in the II nnrlbirii part a1 of the 1I1 Ile le leMiblie I IIoIi II IIsahibs
sahibs IoIi A soldier was n es wanted of o pjov pjoviii 10Ill proni
iii ability ahllil and Sahiwir was s0alie II sehced sehcedHe soli hc1 hc1lie a 1
lie was II amply supplied with fmdj fmdjiid
end 1 prnciidcd to I organize Ills hI ilinw ilinwers feum feumors Ii Iir
ers r from III Paso
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I i GARDNER GARDNERI
I The I1t school luIII picnic 111 lust Friday 1i11I wak wakwell la mmasmell
well 111 attended and very r mild cnjnyeo cnjnyeoby
by h all Several from Ilrownvillc B nnVnm tilc at attended IIII attended ¬
I tended 1 I Itrniidnn Is I on the th sick list listthis lisI listthis
this week weekMr weekIrs Ick IckIp
I Mr Ip Henry 11111 Tyson I oll and children of ofLimestone orlhlllIIIIII ofi
Limestone I lu u ihut i stopped t oIiic oIiicday i r In Cardiier utrht 1Ih t Mon Monday 1un ¬
I
day dayIt
I It F I Saxon of Hrownvllle ilrutu uvillo attend attended ntllllllI ¬
ed d I to business hllllIl matters here h lieu Monday MondayDr 1IIInrDr hntilayDr
Dr CoVier was 115 a business visitor iIIIII to toWaiiehulii I IlIllihllll t1Pnmieh11ln
Waiiehulii Monday IIIIIhl night nightMrs III iiIghtthis ht ht1Is
Mrs 1Is Mabel Iloggess TloI left Tue Jnllntur Jnlln Iuelayfur day dayfur
fur Berlin in 11 where she hl will visit visithfp visitcols hlt hltlon
lon he t parents parentsK Iu llIrnls llIrnlsI t r rI cols
K I C Sharp Shurpi of llrowiiville attend attended at trnl trnlel ¬
ed to business here Monday MondayT 1011111
T 1 K I Fielder has purchased 1 a aInat new newIoat 1111al
Ioat al for hid IIi fishing tlshlll Industry Mr MrFielder I 1 r rFieror
Fielder mm has about ten men in his hisemployment hi hicllliIII tutsenijd0uteut
employment cllliIII lUelll at Lake Stearns StearnsP IInrns IInrnsI
P I D More of Saxon Comimny ComimnyHrownvllle lontanl
Hrownvllle 1St ISt tIS tISfhtetrst IIIe spent l t Tuesday 1IIcIII n here her < In the theinterest theilltNC
interest illtNC of his firm flrniItev tlrmlie firmlice
lice lie lliirlier hlarh er filled till his hi regular ap apimintmont appolntllllnt apepnintttent
imintmont nt the UnptlU church on onthe onthe
the 11 second Sunday SundayThe SnndayThe lIncla lInclalhO
The lhO stork visited s the home of Mr Mrt Mrntl r
t nrd 11 Mrs 11 Tom Pellinni Monday 11II1a last lastleaving 1111lenin lustleas
leaving leas in r them n flue l III IIIIr tiy tiyMr > y yMr
Mr Ir and 11 < 1 Mrs Irs J 1 A Moore return returned retnrnCI ¬
ed CI 1 to Ilartow Sunday Sllnlla after a pleasant pleasantvisit 1leaolltIslt pleasnntvisit
visit Islt to their daughter Mrs Ir Harts HartsHeld IInrlftlJot hartsfield
Held fieldnits
HeldMrs Mrs IIR Roy Ito Saxon of llrowiiville llrowiivillevisited IIIOIIIillilIel BI011 Iltiile Iltiilevisited
I
visited friends here Tuesday TuesdayMrs Tllc TucslayMrs lla llaIrs
i
Mrs Irs Clark and sons SOli moved to toLimestone torllnllonl toLlnuestono
I
Limestone this thl < week We W e regret to togive toghee
give up III these good 1 people peopleMrs peopleMrs 0111 0111lls <
Mrs lls Hurt of Ona is I visiting her herdaughter herall herlatughter
daughter all hler Mrs Irs Kliby Cokcr CokcrLittle CollrrIUle CokerLittle
Little Courtland COlntlollcll1nrtsOehl llartstlcld Jr who whoha Scimchiss lh lhhn4
ha hiss ben seriously serillIsl 111 U row no Improv Improving Irlllroinl improShag ¬
hag inl under Mil care of Dr Coker
WILL WILLMAKE WILLMAKE
MAKE SPEECHES SPEECHEWoihinston
Woihinston April 1 1irvsident 1irvsidentViison Prvsiden PrvsidenWllwn illnt illntWIIMln
Wllwn will ill make two speeches ttChcs thi thiweek this tblslIk thisteeck
week lIk which many of his advisers ex exIiKt ulct cxisct
IiKt to hare an Important bearing 01 01the on onthe onthe
the coming presidential pr presI1i < s lentlal campaign campaignTlie eOlnpallInle eampalgnTime
Time first will 111 be made here tomor tomorrow 101ll0rIIW oilier oilier141W ¬
row IIW nlsht at a Jefferson day dn gather gathering gathering
ing of democratic from all hurts o othe ot otthe oftic
the country muntr and the second will bi bidelivered 111Hatllrdll e eleliyertsl
delivered Saturday Hatllrdll night In New York Yorkat Yllrlal Yorkat
at a banquet of the Young Meu Mens Ieu Dem Democratic 1 Ientocratlc > 111 111ratlc ¬
ocratic ratlc Club ClubChairmen ClubhnlruwlI Clubhairmen
Chairmen of democratic slate slnt com committees COllilIillccs conyntitleea ¬
mittees ami meuilierH of the democrat democratic dlmocru1I11110nili demucruii ¬
ic ii national committee and of the dcm dcmrntic 110111rul dmitsuit
suit rul national n t 1 0sal congressional son nenstong I coin coiniilltee mumnItte 111 1111I1t1t
1I1t1t iilltee will be 10 the Ih guests of the Coin Coiniimii nta ntanom 111
nom Council lolll1t I Club huh compose C0111111151 of t goy govecineiit goyIrnsnt
ecineiit 1111111 officials at the banquet be befere 10 10tI Iiiti
fere tI ti ii which hlh the jiresident will 111 speak speakmorrow spenkt
t morrow ntut row night It will be 10 the Ih first tlrstdistlncllvelr 11111illllcllnl firsthistlnctimcy
distlncllvelr iolltlcal gathering the thepiesident Ihfh1 th thpresItnt
piesident < h1 has ha addressed IIddre se1 for more than thanWHAT thnnn
n year Inr
WHAT IUT WAS 1TY 1TY1a S IT ITWa ITit
Wa it a 1 mastodon moto < Ion or mnstodniisnli mnstodniisnlifits
fits 111 or Just jll t a plain everyday walrus walrusThat walrusIlitt l1I11lIsllIat
That i the II iUesllon that Is I now agi agitating 011IlIlil1lt ngtfuthu ¬
tating futhu the Ih minds lIIill of the jieople 10 iw uple that thathave Ihlllbll ihnthave
have bll seen the Ih bones 1111111 of some 111 exitmt exitmtanimal tcdumetnnimal 01111 01111nllll1l1l
animal that arc now 11111 on In display llishl in tV tVoffice I tamentfie I ICllI
office CllI of the West t Coast oaMt Itenlty Jtrn1t tlm tlmpuny r Iuutpuny III IIIIIIII
puny IIIII on III South Main street streetHecently sttortRecently Hctnelentl
Recently nelentl while excavating M I large largeditch larltIillh largeIIcIt
ditch on the Hyde 11 tlp Park snbdllslni snbdllslnithere wub dlislull dlislullthere
there were < found near the middle mlf mum lull < ll I of ofthe ottho ofthe
the ditch bones Io01l S of some extinct mam mammat mnnlmale I Imal
mat male maleflue
matThe
The Ill bones were 111 found in a hell hollformation h11tOlllllllll111 helltrtinllout
formation some sum six feel tel below the Ih Mir Mirface sureAte ur urtlI
face tlI of the ground and nv ei1 r 1 vbirl vbirlthere Ikl Iklthlr
there had evidently nlJoIIt1 been a strcni sIft sIftllIter it n atl i i f fwater rSinter
water From Indications that wen nil nliserved nilsrrcil 10
served rll1 there tile rn must have ha been rpllle 1111 It t a afew nfI 1ifn I
few nf f the Ih mammals mini unnal that were SS l1r nitr nitrtaken over overtaken 1 ¬ I IInkrll
taken at the same nl1l1 time This nun nunhavo I I1I1Ie jluny
havo been caused cal1 PII by an upheaval upur nVnl ut utthe < f fthe I Itho
the earth en rth while hlle e the animals sere 1111tcttH serefeeding crc crcfeeding
feeding tcttH II 1 or II they till may 11111 have hll lieeu Erie Inieby 1 1h Erieby
by h Indians This Jhi of course 1111 is I nirc nircconjecture 1111nIlJlclllfl Iasiennjrcthure
conjecture but the fuel remain thai thaithe 11tl1thf thatthe
the bones 10011 were er found at the place 101 in h h1ale1 buhleated
1ale1
In talking lalklll to Mr II W Wthe 1 Tents Tentsrho
the th engineer who h had the II wnrli 1IrJla of oflaying rrlaying
laying la ln out this ditch ill iii and width hkh I i Ier eS eSer v ver
er flfiOO feet long lOll n Time Thl represent representlive rip ni ii iitiro >
live I I was mm aa led it to believe Idle r that th IMII IMIIwere
were s eee tho those p of o a inastndoiisaiiriis nr nrextinct 01extill1 ntextinct
extinct geims nf o mammals closely a alied nr nrlard
lied In an elephant The Th s < cics 115 + rs Men Menmostly wortuoestl 1 I
mostly IIIsll larger III llol I limn elephant rir phauts hnllt an antheir allI I IIInlr
their remains are m found tIII1 In all part juirtsof IarttI partut
of the tI world III dcnisls raiiLiug IIn hlll from fromMiocene CIIIII fromylhiui
Miocene ylhiui n to I Into III Jnantcrnary TlIlIl1lcrlHlr times timesThe 111111 111111Ih limitsrho
The Ih bones 1001 ors that were r found In till tillditch IhllIlcII tillhitch
ditch art from rol11 the tu tusk ks ami Isu uirts ts nf nfthe litIII r rfhr
the III vcrlerbrai nf tlu th mammal a abelmig i ibeing
I
being very 11 havy must hiive In luv beii beiibe ticr1Ib
1111 be groind for to I thousands thnts and of years yearsThis yn 01 01lIIi8 us ushis I
This his is I the conclusion olwllli of r n g gwho 1IlIlhlIIa ge ntleuOl 1 1sltuernlnd
who 110 sltuernlnd scom d to know sninethlll sninethlllology 111111 lit f t tology I
ology 1011 Hut he thought from Inl1 i icnliar II IIclllilir h n nculinr
cnliar formation of the III ticIt tu ks that thatthey IhaltI thtthey
they tI may hater been those of a wal walrus 1111rll tmatrtis ¬
rus rll
rusIt
It is i the III Intention of o the officers if ifthe corthe it itthe
the Hyde Park h mtl k subdlvl + lnn to Mild III iusuns n nsome
some 11 nf t the Ih lumen found to I the thlIIIIilal gco gcological
logical r 1 Institute 11I i u at lillll m mso tuft at Cnincsvillc naniVtI t Ir and 1 al also ¬
so to to the tl Smithsonian Institute 11I < lillilt nt ntMr IIInIIhlllon titashingtott
nIIhlllon
Mr h Tutlle 111111 Is under fur III lnipres 1Il1nI 1Il1nIthat i1 ioa ioathat 1 i
I
that were further excavations excnu atlous made madeat
at this Ihl point olnl bath oast mast and west 1 < 1 a aninre nmoor I IIII
moor III complete skelctnn skr letntl of n this Ihl IIIIIM IIIIIMmals 111111 l lhunts
hunts 1115 would be found foundIt j jIt I
It has hn been proven l u en beyond the i sha shahis > hid hidow IIaoiIIII
ow IIII of a doubt that the Ih part nf II Flnrl Flnrlda 1lurlrn
da III that is i now IIn occupied by Io Sarasoa Sarasoahas Sarilsunhas alllII1I alllII1Ihas
has all been under water If I f this be beo I brs I III
s o then the Ih opinion nf the gentleman gentlemanthat 1111111111111hal grntlrnnluthat
that the th bones 100111 as found were I those thoseof I Int 1of
of the wnlrn n nlruc i is right and the lue olpnl at atrt a arf I Irt
rt the Times man wrong 11 but the III ge geologists geeihugista ¬
ologists of the state till Institute mind Ii IiSmithsonian ItSmllbsonlan he heSmlthsonlan
Smithsonian Institute should set l I III teals tealstnaM hi himatter r rnatter
matter r clear for nil time t tswill ianrs which h trim IHV IHVwill i1iu I i
will no doubt doubtWebsters 1101lMcJshr lnnhtVvlesters
Websters cJshr dlcllonmy dlellunt y says I S nf III ho honloglcnl u uologlrnl I
nloglcnl series Itle sirs the tll science s lillI racnrr of g d dogy 1 1ogy
ogy 0 as treating of the Ih history of thu thudlffreut 1 1clIftI111
different strata sh ntn which Im hiclt compose us rtuissi I its iiscrust to tocrllu itscrust
crust their order of succession chaiI chaiIacterl chic 11111IIdellotil chicmicterlstii
acterl IIdellotil tic forms of niiimnl 0111 nnlt rar
table life lit it etc etcIn It etcTn I
In the meantime those Iho that rare III III Interested IIItre iiitPrnster
terested tre te1 in this thl Interesting Intcrest lur snbjeil snbjeildumld smiuJcthanild 1I1j 1I1jholllll
dumld not fail In see Ie the t tncr h bones its thin thntnre I Inrl
I Ir IIf
ncr now in the windows IhllIO of f the office officeof HIe
of If r tb West Vr t Coast onH Realty itralt Company CompanySurnsoia CnmiupumnyS lIlIlan I Itlrn
Surnsoia S tlrn mrnsota oa Times TimesMrs Tunesh
Mrs h s P 1 W MeKovcr f Irllnlr I trttulrn i
nftor n tl ttrr icmlliig be last few t1 div cI1 s n nArcadia nrlollln nrcnlin
Arcadia attendlu ti t busine hllnl1 < i sister innitculeft sisterIeft
left ln lat t nlcit nl lt for eer IIOIK IIOIKColonel huntsColonel I Iolonel
Colonel K IIPS > p Tucker one of the ttioprominent tllOIlrol1lhl1lItnemlters theIrominent
prominent Ilrol1lhl1lItnemlters nembers nf the legal fun fraternity trotlrnit funternity ¬
ternity tlrnit of Ln5eland tuna n n business businessvIMtor hllslnl hllslnlldto businessrL
vIMtor rL ldto ltnr to ihi this city cit yesterday I
THE MEXICAN MEXICANFARMER MEXICANFARMER MEXICANFARMER
FARMER FARMERWe N Ne
We e arc indebted 111111111 < 1 to Kelly Crane m mthe i ithe uthe
the World orld Outlook Outl > Ik for the followllllInleNiting followinglntersting following followingInterfiling
Interfiling Informallon coatra astlug astlugthe tlug tlugthe lIu lIuthe
the farmer torm r In Mexico exlco with the farmer farmerla
la the United States StatesIn SllItesIn StubsIn
In the United States the faruur faruuris tUIUI tUIUIIs
is an humble person in Mexico he he ii iia ha
r ra
a king of millionaire You look out outacross Olltacross outacross
across a level plain and see a languid magnificent 1IUII11itJcent languidcent ¬
cent house of stone cement nod great greattimbers greattimbers lrtaltimbers
timbers covering some times as much muchan
an half an acre Surrounding it are aroother areother i iolber
other bouses hundreds of them but butall butall
all small constructed lQnhlrllell 1 of adobe brush briitlior hllI h hor
or even of cane stalks stalksYon stalksTon I IYon
Yon are not looking lookln at a town but butat hutat butat
at a ranch settlement In tin great greatbouse groulhouse gnuthouse
house live sthe hacendado and hii hiifamily bi bitamllr biifamily
family In the III little IIttl houses huu5 live the thepeons th i ipeons t tpeons
peons peonsThe peonsTh
peonstypical
The Th typical farm UIU In n Mexico ls n not notof nollit notof
of l 1IJO fl acres but of a million A ma major maJill maJos ¬
Jill fraction of the agricultural aud audgrazing allltIrll amidgntztng
grazing Irll ill lands of Chihuahua IN I owneU owneUby ollnI ollnIII omvnslby
by II one family Lower California Californiaequal S Sequal
equal in size to Alabama Is nearly lI1arl nil nilheld I iheld 1
held 1111 by b five great corporation corporationThe corporationsTime I i iThe
The million acre lre farms lie rnostij rnostijfallow wasiltallow motlfallow
fallow Mexico does 110 > not produce produceenough prOOllcenollh produceenough
enough corn and 1I11t beans to feed tier tierown 1111on herown
own peon population populo tlon Modern ma machlnery iliachlner nmaebinery
chlnery chlner Is needed but modern machin machinery 11111 uawhlucry I b III IIIel ¬
cry el will never be used extensively xtenMIIcl xtenMIIcllclIl so soICIIR solong
long as the peon is i so cheap that prim primitive primItive primItive ¬
itive methods are cheaper than n nchine nchine nchine
chine methods methodsDO methodsDO methodsDO
DO NOT FIRE TIlt RWESI1le RANGESThe RANGES RAXOESTlie
The wild Ian Is are the farms of pos posterity 105terlty poseterity ¬
terity The man who deliberately ellbellltel sets setsflrc kcl setsfire fll
tire to the forests < or prairies destroys destroysthe destroysthe estro 1 1the
the legacy of his children Florida Floridaland Jolorhlaland Floridaland
land needs the organic mutter that tin tindecaying tI tIdecoying thedecaying
decaying vegetable Iela matter on wild wildland willland
land affords affordsS
i iS t tS
S S Walker associate chemist dIem 1st t tthe ItIlt tu > t tthe
the University I1n Unh lIcrs ersity II of Florida I Kxperlmcnt KxperlmcntStation lxl1lrlll1nlStatioll s sStation
Station cites ltll three phases Ilhas of this thiswasteful thl thlwasletul tiltssastcful
wasteful practice e for the consideration considerationof cons lti tlltm tlltmof
of farmers fiu mers The Th tlrst 1115 Is the destruction destructionof desh uctl m mof t tot
of organic matter mentioned Tb Tbother lhothtr 1hother
other two tss o are the th destruction of mill millbacteria sIIbacteria
bacteria and thedcforcstatiou thr5deforestatiomi of land landMillion lalll1Ilol lamilillllous
Million 1Ilol of little II II h pine trees trt es are III tflle1 tflle1by kill 111by l lby
by the tire tires and the loss to the soil soilthrough soilthrough lIil lIilthrllll
thrllll through h the thehesttuction destruction of organisms organismswhich orJralllsll1which organ lams <
which render plant food tll 1 available ainllau t eai eainot I Inot ea i inot
not be estimated estimatedThat estilnatedThai estimatedThat
That range fires destroy I tIo cattle ticks ticksla tickss ek
la s a fallacy tllllal according to C I K Me MeQuarrle MtQuanle II IIQuartll
Quarrle state gent The Th ticks tll all aicusually allusl1ol1 I Iusually
usually usl1ol1 dormant nt the time tires 111 111pla like likeplace
place pla < and hence mire hidden hI < 1IIn where wherethey whelctbe milieuthey
they tbe are III not subjected to the th lire lireLADIES III lieLADIES
4 4LADIES
LADIES AID SOCIETY SOCIETYOF
OF 10 IF Tilt IIAPTIST < lUKCII lUKCIIThe s sThe JJ
The 11 Ladies Aid i i Society ollt of the Ih imp implist trip triptest 1
list church met yesterday I Itrda at the home homeof
of Mrs Charles K I Hoi There The 1 was wasa Simi Simia l1Ia
a good attendance and an enjoyable enjoyabletime emiJuynbletime lIjo II1ol II1ol1111
time SIKIII One hundred and iilnci iilncivl I1l1nlIlls nluctShits
Ills vl lis to t n the II sick and new I coiners coinerswere comersStoic
were 1f11 reported during cll1l lI the th lost month monthTlie monthThe
The Ihl next meeting IIl1pt hll will 111 be 10 held at atthe IIIthc utthe
the home of Mrs r P II iL Scott IIKIII IIKIIIthe tisinthr
the ciiiicluslon colUIII lolI of c the II meeting delight delightful lelluiitfur hlIhltill ¬
till refreshments were seived se 1 Vel 11 of bvs bvsand I
and cakes CII k The following oh Ii iii mug ladies were werepresent 1 < 1 e epresent
present pr I1I Mesdames S 1 1 Carlton O OH OII 1 1n
H Carlton W W C Appling 111111111Carlton C CCarlton C CCarlton
Carlton II L I Carlton Ctt Ituu Horace ll11ra Curt Curtton art R
ton t Goodell J W Burton l1u toll Ktherton KthertonK ltI Ethertnmlnacs crto l lF t
K F It Tones 1 1Jo nacs S earner arncr K 1 W WJames
James Jo rnes 1 L I Livingston Li clu vtun Ilidllug Ilidllugworth 11mil Iings Iingsworth 17
worth Link Vance alll Whldilcii hllolllI Wells WellsF 111 elus
F W Tones Lawrence Latt rruc Hoe Ill it X XPerry I
II
Perry Lence Turner and Fowler FowlerCORX luwlerCORN
CORN RKILANTIXfi PAYS PAYSThe 1 S l
The Th Held that does In lint produce I 1101 II CI n nmuch t
much corn orn as U It can 11 loafs It I cannot cannotproduce 11111111prOthll iuuu t tproilnee Ii IiTh
l lIs
produce n maximum yield y iolol If the corn cornis cornis 41 41Is
is not planted If the first planting ii altmt altmtnot N Nnot I Inot
not successful It should shout be replanted replantedWhen r rWhn
When WI the stand st0n Is les than ji i i Jier Jiercent ix r rcent 1 1ellIt
cent It is best I est to plow the Held and andplant ollotIllnnt uudplant
plant over Ir according nOrf1 1I1 to C K I Me MeQuarilc Mmstats h
Quarilc t a r state Inll agent ar a apity tit for i the Ih Univer University UIIIlIrIIil ¬ I
pity IIil of Florida extension division divisionIf flllislonit dlm ision isionif
If it there Is not ti rt a stand s ten days la11 af after otter atter ¬
ter the flrst flus t slnlks shah apliear a unr there IhI will willnever wlilnever 111
never be any nll A longer wait 111 st tit it may 1I111 bo bovi I Iii Iiiet
et > vi etislve 111 The Ih ccond es ollh planting should shouldl t tleclr i
l > r deeper iICC I ICr than thll ll 1111 first 1I1 I because 1 cnll tin tintop a t i itOJl t s
top soil oil ban usually dried to t the level levelof t ir Sc I Iat Iof
of the first planting by b that time timeALL thn tuneL1 < iX
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ALL 11 UKATIIKR TI
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RECORDS IIUOKKX IIUOKKXAll
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All 11 Florida records were b bthe 1011 n 111 I Ithe
the recent re nt cold snap Yesterday Yesterdaymorn Y VcstorlityInst1litr IIIIII r rII1nrnlll f
n morn II1nrnlll tin = the mercury II1crcur showed ohlllll < l a record recordof
nof
of fortyfive tnrtII degrees at Tampa and andIt r rt
It t Is I aid upon reliable lnforinat Il1tImlll1I on onthat n nthat l Ir IrIhnl
that this temperature has never bo bofore k ktllll j jfore
fore been tan reached us late as the 10th 10thof 10lhat 10t Ii Iiof
of April AprilOther AllrilOlIlr 1
Other 01 lien recnrds reun l made III different differentparts dllTementparts lIfTcltlItPClIh
parts of the tlI < state were Ilartow for forty tortr forI ¬
ty I degrees Kustls thirtyeight thlrl lltht F Frt FrtliercI FortPierce > rt rtPierce
Pierce fortyfour tort tour Oalnesvllle thirty thirtysix thlrt thlrtsi thirtysix
six si Jacksonville aJcksollvlt fortytwo ror Io Miami Miamifortyelx 1011 1011fort8Ir l lfortysir
fortyelx and Tltu Ttu11 Tltusrille ville fortyfour
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