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THE DE SOTO COUNTY NEWS NEWSIncorporated NEWSIncorporated NEWSIncorporated
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E Eo I R JONES I Editor EditorE EditorEo
Eo E J VKAVEK JoA EU Business Maniger ManigerMARSHALL 1I1anlCtr1IInSIIAIL AianagerDIARSIIALL
MARSHALL DANOY Reporter ReporterPhone ReporterPhone ReporterPhone
Phone All Departments 125 125Entered 12GEntered 125I
I Entered In the Poitofllco at Arcadia Florida as Second Class Matter iUtterSUBSCRIPTION MatterSUnSClUIJIOS MatterSUBSCRIPTION
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I 0All All Legal Advertising will be cbarged at the rate fixed by the Laws of the theState theState theState
State of Florida FloridaIn FloridaJ
i In ordering the address of your our paper chanced It Is necessary to state your yourformer yourformer yourformer
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TT < paper regularly will please notify notlt us and every effort will be made to reme remedy remed remedy ¬
dy d the trouble troubleOFFICE troubleOFIIICE troublei
Our ur News and Job Office Is New Complete and UptoDate Up to Date and Every De Department DePdrtment Helhtrtment ¬
partment Is In Charge of Competent Men Ien Who 110 Will Give Prompt and Care Careful Careful Careful ¬
ful Attention to Advertising or Job WorU Entrusted to Them Estimates Estimatend Estimatesand Estimatesand
and nd Advertising Bates Furnished on Application ApplicationLINOTYPE ApplicationLINOTYPE pplltatlonLINOTYIE
Colonel Jlonel Henry Watterson ttersoll is at All Allami Ilianti lI lIa1l11
anti William Jennings Bryan is also alsoat nllllat alsoat
at Miami The Mluml Metrojo Udr lletropols o In Intarviewcd IntJrIlewed intan
tarviewcd tan iewed the fanfiiu fanilu fan nus Kentucky I edl edltcr cl1ltlr edltor
tcr In regard to his view on till Ilry Ilryan Itryd
an proposition r of makta mal111 d T Tprohibition national nationalIirohlbltlon lIationalJlrolllblllon
Iirohlbltlon the dominant l omtnllot Issue for forth or ortit
1 th tho campaign of 1020 Mr lr Watterron WatterronIB Wntt rrn rrn1M
j IB quoted noted lift ieplylig in 11 bo J < Iwlng Iwlngwords llIllIgWcnls Isvlogwords
words wordsU
l U Its n good thing for lie politicians politiciansaiid
I i and a bad thing thill for the country countl when whena
a si great eat moral Issue can be made a aleading aIClullne aleading
leading party issue They Th y nre trying tryingtheir trluqtheir trylnttheir
their hand now on prohibition It Itis ItIs Itis
is an appeal from rom Qod to anarchism anarchismHint anarchismtlmt anarchismi
i Hint IB is the worst part of It t for the thefanatic thefallallc thefanatic
fanatic knows no relenting Neither Neitherdoes Neitherk
I k does ho make any discrimination no noj lIeI Hole I
I I I le j a monomaniac on the one subject subjectthat subjectI subjectthat
I that engages and enrages him He Hewould HeI HeIwould
I would by act of assembly enact a neon con conftlllutjpnal conI conIstilutfnat I
I ftlllutjpnal amendment and suddenly suddenlychange suddenlyI suddenl y ychange
I change the human species from mor morlulu mori mortsily
I i lulu tlll > l to angels thus he becomes an anasset anasset I
a asset et to the politicians
The cheap John orator the mere mereoffice mereottlre meres
s office seeking s klng politician finds it read readier readIer rendier ¬
ier to stir the blood of the voters votersthan tolersI
I than ft < 1 appeal to their reason The TbedUtohito TheII Thet
t dissolute IIf olute candidate gets on the water waterwagon wateri waterwagon
II i wagon and preaches prohibition The Tbeelected Theelecled Theohlbt
elected candidate candld te preaching prphlbt prphlbtlion prohlblI r ohlbt
I I lion sells his rote to the beleaguered beleagueredliquor beleagueredliquor beleagueredt
t liquor interest The prohibition prop propaganda propI ¬
1 I aganda makes a merit and a reason reasonof reRsonor reasonof
of the th crimes It ha hag Itself 1I Eel el occnsjpnod occnsjpnodThe occas1ned occas1nedI occas med medi
I i The dupes reckoning not what they theyhave tbeyI
have done dance about a cbnflngra cbnflngralion c conflagran nfiagraI
I I lion thinking th 1 1In 1161B n It a bonfire bonfirela bOnllreI
I I la ordinary affairs no great harm harmIs harmIs
I Is this But D t there lurks behind every everymovement eteryI everymovement
I movement of this kind a feeling fccllnawhich feellnalIIch feelingwhich
which lIIch when aroused is unreflecting unreflectingand unrefiecllnI
I and unsparing It is conceivable that thatthis thatthis thatthis
I this spirit when It has blown up the thebreweries the thobreweries thebreweries
breweries and burned down the dis distilleries dlstlllerlcs disi ¬
tilleries It might turn on the tobac tobacco tobacco ¬
i F co beds under the plea that the weed weedIs
1 Is n poison and having hat In destroyed destroyedthem deslroyedtbem destroyedthem
them next propose propo o the elimination of ofhardware orhnrdware ofhardware
hardware and cutlery ns the only onlymeans onlymlnns onlyr
r means of stopping pistol toting with withJIA withits
18 wanton sacrifice cr of life and finally finallynddress finally0I11re
l address 0I11re 1I Itself It elt to tea and coffee or oranything ortllthln
I anything tllthln that excites his ire ireImagine ireImnglne irei
i r Imagine for a moment one of our ourloading ourJen1fllg ourlending
loading citizen saying ayln Its n good goodthing goodthing ood oodthlll
thing thlll for the politicians and n bad badIhlnR bn1Ihlnr badthing
IhlnR for the IClntry Mjntry when a great greatmoral greatmoral rlnt rlntmoral
moral issue i lIue ran be made n leading leadingparty IInl1l1l1part lendingparty
party part Issue Imagine If you can one oneof oneIi oneli
Ii of our greatest writers saying when whenthere whni
i I there Is an effort to rid the country countryof
1 I of Its greatest reate t ovll the saloon a athing nI
1 I thing tllln that Mr rr Wntterson Wnttrr on admits to tolie toII toIM
lie II < Indefensible Imlefen lhlp now using usln the folfiw folfiwhiK to111WI follnvhug
II I I hug hi strong language It Is an appeal appealmm appealI
I mm God to anarchism Who of you youfellow youfellow OU OUtellow
fellow citizens will permit yourselves yourselvesto
to be deluded with sophistry > A thing thingIs things
i Is wrong wroll admitted wrong a thing thingthiit thlllgthut thingthut
thut Is the curse eU1 > C of n nation and yet yclwhen yelhllI yetwhen
when hllI n people rift rl e in their majesty majestyto
to smite It this becomes nn appeal appealfrom nppcaltrom appealfrom
from Rod to anarchism It would ou1l1 be bedifficult bedifftcnlt
1 difficult to find more absurd remarks remarksthan rClUnrkstllan remarksthan
than these the o by h tho distinguished 11I Ken Kentneklan J Kentuekian ell elltncklan
tneklan It does not require an arms argirment armsmenu rll rllment
ment to answer them A mere state statement slatei statemoot ¬
i moot of his words are sufficient It Ittha I Ith Itthe
the th distilleries and breweries destroy destroytjiiKamlH deslroyj
j tjiiKamlH tlrJ1IIRmlM tl of happy homes and thou thousands thollI thousattds ¬
I sands < of llcvs Je without rendering any anyservice nn nni anyj
i service to the country Olin I r then why whysliniild whyshould lh lhJ
J i should they not l ho destroyed Not by byan byan byiii
an act of anachlsm anachl m as Mr Walter Waltercon WlltIIrWII
iii 1
con would ouh have you OU believe in order orderto orderto
i to prejudice your our minds but by the thesovereign tbesonregn
sovereign will wtllof 111 of the people If the thoquestion thei thequestion
i question qlll tlon of profit could be eliminated eliminatedtho
till liquor business of this country countryroiild countryouh countrywould
would ouh go speedily The people have havea
a right to settle all such questions by bytheir byI
I i their rotes the only way it can be beIcgiilly be1clIl1y belegally
legally reached The leading political politicalliarty p01ltlcnJj politicalparty
j party Il1rt that adapts as a part of its itsIilnlform ItsJlrlform
1 Iilnlform national prohibition wl wlcither wiI tvieither
I either force the other dominant par party parI ¬
I ty to do the some fla me or Its success is isassured isi isassured
i assured from the beginning In either eithercase eitherI eithercaso
I case national prohlbltldn n Is obtained obtainedYes obtolnCtlI obtainedYes
Yes in 1020 this will be a leading is ismil1 IsIIUI issue
sue Sfr Wattergpn Wat er o amUothers IIndotll rs to t the theccntrary theJ ther thecontrary
contrary notwithstanding notwithstandingI
I J 1 1y I r r
y ji r
i i s h 4
Iruldciit Wilson WII IIII him 1111 > 1 again demon demonftrntid 11111011Irntell demonstrnted
ftrntid till fact that lie la a states statestiiiin statesmlln statesaunt
tiiiin ii diplomat dll > lol11at and it man of nltni nltniIstlc nil iii iiis II IIbile
bile Itl s principles p 1 1that and courage lu a degree degreethat degreetlmt
that even ICII very few Indeed 1 dared U Uhojii I IIlOl thope
hope IlOl > l for While Colonel Henry Wat Wattcrtou WntI Wattersuu
I tcrtou Is again aOl1 aniitlicmtzliig tho tholloiiburgs tholIal theIlapsburgs
lloiiburgs lIal ltur1l and the Hohenzollcrus at atMlniiil atJllullIl a aJIInuui
Mlniiil n thing easy ca to do at this safe safedistance tinfodltlncc safdistance
distance and humorously contrasting contrastinghis
his mental processes with those of ofMr ofJlr o oMr
Mr Bryan Br n and while David Lloyd Lloydcorgi JloIIlcllrl Lloydleorge
lcllrl corgi the new English premier Is Isheaping IIIheopln isheaping
heaping fuel upon tho flames of war warby WIIrb warby
by b oven ell refusing the thought of a apeace nppaN apear
peace conference that has been asked askedfor askedfor
for hy II n successful alliance of great greatnations greatnatlOI1H greatnations
nations who are already alrcaI In posses possession pospesIloII possesslou ¬
sion of more than 185000 square squaremiles fJunremiles squaromiles
miles of their enemies territory thus thusdestroying thusdstroylllg thusdestroying
destroying the remotest possibility pO 8lhlllty of ofanything oranythllll ofanything
anything like n speedy conclusion of ofthe orthe ofthe
the wnjr nf Wilson WII on even in the face of ofthese ortheso ofthese
these discouraging conditions and andwithout nllllwllhollt andtvtthout
without divulging his plans or seek seekIne seeking
Ine advice alll from others throws him
I self plt into the breach and urges the theI thewarrln
I warring warrln I potters > owcrs to strive trll to reach a abasis aI abasis
I basis ha 11 of understanding IInlll1 > llIIlIlIn Pres Wilson WlbonI Wilsonknows
1 knows If this opportunity Is passed passedI plI 1 1I
I that the die Is s cast Ia t and that It will willI 1111I
I inleed lx II Is > a war of annihilation as asColonel 1111I
I Colonel Wntterson Wntter oll feels thatllshonld thatllshonldI
I be In this Mr Watterson Is mis misi
i taken as IS he Is on many man other great groatqliectlcns grratI greatquertlcns
I qliectlcns quutlGnsJlr r rMr
Mr Wattereons s heated remark remarkarise rCI1arlarlll remarksarise
arise from his Intense Intln e ha hatred 1111trl Inntrod ¬
trod trl of Prussian militarism militarismand
and this Is hated hy all of ofin 01In o oit
in it with as much vehemence as by byhim hyhim byhim
him but If an offer to stop tol fighting fightingand filhtllla1I1 fightingand
and to restore a region of country country1ST colin country1C5 try
1ST 1 000 0O square miles In area nail nndworth ont1lorlh nailworths
worth ninny 111011 billions tIl1Ion of dollars docs docsnot IloellInlIlnll doesnot
not Indicate an already broken spirit spiritthen 1Ipirltthn spiritthen
then wo fall to understand unler tnl1ll when that thatstagn thatI thatstage
stage I is reached President Wilson Wilsonrealizes WIlfOI1reallzs Wilsonrealizes
realizes this lie knows that for the theovertures thcoertnres theovertures
overtures of Germany Germln to lw 1 he complete completely ¬
ly rejected will mean that tin ho war III Isscarcely IIIcarcel1 iiiscarcely
scarcely begun The Germans will willprefer willprefer 111 i iprfer
prefer to all die 111 fighting than that thattheir thatthrh thattheir
their condition should become one of ofserfdom orllt10Ill ofserfdom
serfdom Now Is the strategic time timefor tllllerol timefa
for a conference and this Ihl great na nation watlon scation ¬
tion Is I to be congratulated that It has 1msas bnllM hasas
as its It president pr Jellnt a man who ho does IO not notnecessarily 1I0tnetessnrlly notnecessarily
necessarily have to cnnfer conf r with oth others olher others ¬
ers er but when great emergencies arise ariselie arlsrhI arisehe
lie has hll a mind of his own and the theft thrIn thenn
nn In rA ft f his h convictions to put them theminto themInt themlute
into Int action Indeed Woodrow Wil Wilson WIIlion Wilson ¬
son lens again become The Man ron of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Hour HourWHAT 1I0IlrlUT hourSHAT
WI often speak of what people will willdo willIll willdo
do Ill for money nlOne This has been so sostrongly soktrcngly o oIItrengl
strongly emphasized that It has be become Iecome become ¬
come hurtful and creates a tendency tendencyto temlelleto
to become lecome pessimistic In regard to tosuch toMu tosucht
such Mu < h matters It Is Indeed refreshing refreshingto retreshlnto
to read the following toll ow In well expressed expressedsentiment exproslNIsellilmellt ezpresse1sentiment
sentiment from the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaLedger Phlladellhiafe PhiladelphiaLedger
Ledger fe < 1Icr concerning things that it Is IsImpossible Is1l11los Isintitossitdo
Impossible 1l11los lhle for money to buy buySome buySome buySome
Some things can not be bought boughtfor bouhtfor boughtfnr
for money 1110111 > as a Mr rr and In II Mrs Irs James JnmcsPankhurst JllmesIanklnrst JamesPankhnret
Pankhurst of Amboy 111 have dis discovered dlicoer diseovered ¬
covered coer d They offered 10000 to be bopaid bepnl1 bepnl1
pnl1 at their death to any on satisfactory satisfactoryyoung IInlisfacloryYOllng satisfactoryyoung
young woman who would live with withthem withIhelll withntheui
them and take care of them to the theend tileenll theend
end They secured n girl from Chi Chicago ChicnlO Ciiicago ¬
cago who thought that she was will willIng willInll willing
Ing to meet the conditions She has hasdiscovered haMtllscon hasdiscovered
discovered tllscon r1 that 10000 Is not enough enoughto
to pay 10 her for what was required requiredthat rtJuiredthat requiredthat
that Is celibacy and en care re of two old oldpeople oldpeople oldpeople
people peopleHut peoplenut peopletut
Hut there I are hundreds if not notthousands 1I0ttho1 notthousands
thousands tho1 ands of young olln women who are ftrodoing are110lnl dundoing
doing for nothing nothln In this thl state that thatfor Ihltfor thatfor
for which this Chicago girl was to toreceive torlCClve toreceive
receive a considerable sum um There Is Isdoubtless bldoubtless isdoubtless
doubtless no reader of this article articlewho nrtlclewho articlewho
who is not acquainted with ono or ormore eJr1I10re ormore
more girls who am living at home homeand bomlanll homeand
and taking takln care of tho old folks < just Jnsttiocauso justbecause
because they need her care Some cf cfthem eJrthem ofthem
them are supporting a widowed moth mother ¬
er or nn invalid father with uncom uncomplaining uneompinining JncomflnlnlUI ¬
plaining devotion and there are many manyyoung manyoun manyyoung
young young oun men equally unselfish unselfishNo unselfishNo
No money could buy this service serviceand lIervlCCand serviceand
and no money could pay for it The be
fact that It is rendered freely is one oneof oneot oneof
of the things which makes this wick wicked wickcd v1cked ¬
ed old world worth living In InWHAT inWIIAT inAT
What it there thereabout about the paragraphs paragraphsof
of the Lakeland Telegram that makes makestinin makesthorn
thorn so widely whlll quoted lly actual actualcount nctualeo actualcount
count eo nt six Ix of these paragraphs were werequoted wereqlloled werequoted
quoted by one of our best pai palterS > ors In Inone Inone inone
one Issue A number of the leading leadingpapers 111I11111papers lendingpapers
papers never fall to quote them Dues Doesthin Duesthl Duesthis
thin thl or docs it not moan that Editor EditorHetherlngton EditorI1cUlrlngloll EditorIletherington
Hetherlngton is one of Floridas Floridasbrightest 1lorldllsItrJhtlst Floridasbrightesfi
brightest larngrophers IlIr lraphlr8 Or does 10 < 11 it itmean itmlall itneau
mean that he is just such a fine tel fellow tellow I I101t ¬
low hat you want to honor him Un Understand UIIIIerlIalU1 Viidersiand ¬
derstand now gentlemen there Is no nosour 110ollr nosour
sour ollr grapes proposition about 11 Iou I this thisfor thl thltor thisfor
for ho U one of our favorite ta orlle writers writersand wrlt writersand rM rManll
and wo tt 0 delight to sec him honored honoredbut hOlloldlout hounredbut
but In all sincerity sllllcrll what Is there thereIn therein
In his imraKrnphs that make them so sopopular soIKJplllllr soliopulnr
popular If you ilanl earn to answer
this nitration In your ollr paper put so soshutrely Mshll sosincerely
sincerely shll rlII and so o earnestly then ans answer al1 al1Ife anstee ¬
wer tee by h private mall and your corre correspondence corr corrrIIIl1ce cnrrrsrrudcnce ¬
spondence will be treated confiden confidentially confidentinily confidentinily ¬
tinily It you 111 so wish wl h it but kindly bo bosum IoeRUru hesure
sum to answer this thl honest hnllp t earnest earnestinquiry rarnl earnestnquiy t t1IllIlrJ
inquiry For r n long 11111 time many manyIhouKht mnllYIhollJht mnnyo
IhouKht Ihouu ht Uncle Joe Jo nixon o wrote wrotethiwo lrolothI
thiwo paragraphs hut Uncle Tne TO < has hasnow hasno hasnow
now no been away so o long that It Is now nowknown 1I0IYloowII nowknown
known this Is Impossible Impoll jhle Mrs Ileth Iletherlngton lIethIrlllllolI IIothcrington
erlngton has also nl o been credited with withwriting
writing Hlthll them but many l1Jall of them nre nreentirely nrentlrdy areentirely
entirely too masculine to IKI credited creditedto
to her Personally Ilrsonall we have come to tothe tothe tothe
the conclusion that M F writes writesthem writesthllII writesthrni
them hlssolf hl IIt and wn e want ont to know knowvhats know1llat8 knowwhats
vhats Jn n em Now dont all answer answerthis an answerthis lr lrthis
this st once for we arc very Cry busy busynnd hu busyand y ynntl
and prefer to get the rcpll replies not ex exceeding exllInl exceeding ¬
ceeding llInl two each day d until all have havel hlte1In havebeen
l been > pcn heard from fromSUPERRECKLESSNESS fromSUPEII fromSUPER
A number of articles have ha been bocnwritten hcIIwrltlen beentvrillen
written and others copied In regard regardto rl3rdto
to careless drivers of automobiles automobilesWe Ic IcWI
We make no apologies for thesis thn con continued r rtlnllell continned ¬
tinned warnings hut shall feel our ourself ourself ur uret
self et amply repaid if more sensible sensibleconduct lIellihle101lllIrt seuisihleconduct
conduct can he secured upon the part partof I1nrtot partof
of drivers hy these continued mu muttons 111tlO1I1I rcarlions ¬
lions SuperRecklessness SuperRecklessnessNo Rllplr eckllssness eckllssnessNo
No railroad company Ins h ta done donemrrr dnticn1 10nenrr
mrrr n1 rc to eliminate the grail ral crossing crossingaccident crossinactldent crossingaccident
accident than the Long Islanl 1 it has hassKiit hasS hasspoilt
spoilt S 1 > > 11 I many III IW llioiisnmls of dollars to towarn towarn towarn
warn tho drivers of automobiles automobilesagnrst n automobilesngarst utomohillsoJorst
agnrst taking chances whon a hCn u little littlecsitlon hltleeHtlon littlecaclinn
csitlon means safolyi ntrl Yet et In iplte iplteif
if I everything rr thlnl It seems almost impos impossible ImIlosIbl nnposshbla ¬
sible Ibl to nave the recUlms mUoimliU mUoimliU1st
1st I Is from his 11I iiw own 1 filly fully1Four fillyFour lIy lIyFollr
Four times this th month aiittmo aiittmobiles 1I1111mohilea antomrnbtlen
biles have disregarded 11I rellrlld the danger dangersignals dangeridgnnls Ioner1I
signals 1I nnlll at Franklin avenue Oatden OatdenCity GalllenCltr GnrdenCity
City and run through and broken off offtlii offthe off offthl
the crossing gates Three managed malll1Jlt to toclear 10cleal toclear
clear the tracks In safety Onu Onof OnofIhe Ontsrofthe of ofthe
the occupants O < of the fourth automo automobile allomobile autanlobile ¬
bile was killed and the other two twoseriously tllOserlollsly tu o oseriously
seriously Injured InjuredAn InjllredAll
An automobllUt who will do J a athing 11tblng athing
thing of this kind has h s no right to todrive 10IIrlle todrive
drive a I car Not only onl ghoul houH he be bedeprived IedepIlCd hedeprived
deprived of his license hut ho should shouldbo
bo II punished pcnlsh < ll to the limit of It the he law lawThe lawThr lawThe
The public Is If quick to denounce the therailroad thrrnilrontl therailroad
railroad that takes no protective protectivenuasurcs rIIcthe rIIctheIII1a r ttetI e enw
nuasurcs III1a nw asures lIres at grade crossings crossingsPROSPERITY crossinsI crossingsIROSPERITY
To l nil external appearances tppe ra Cs Arca Arcadia ircadh rtt rttdh ¬
dh and vicinity Iclnll are undergoing n pe period rerlol peClod ¬
Clod of prosperity The Christmas Christmasbusiness ChrlslmaRh1l511ISM Christmasbushess
business wns IS never better with the themerchants Ihemerchants themerchants
merchants Not one so far ns we weknow wekpoty lP lPklClII
know nnd ninny I11l1n have been spoken spokento
to is dissatisfied IIIM atlsfiell with the patronage patronaehe e ehe
he H receiving The postofflee ototrlll nnd nndthe nndth andthe
the th express office have imvor done n nbigger nhll111Ir nbigger
bigger volume of buslines than III II has hnshpxn hMheen hasbeen
been done within the past ten days daysTbe daysThe laJ laJlho
The advertising business of the pa papers 11apers h a apers ¬
pers of the city clt was never so good iis iisha Mhas ashas
ha has been during dllrln the Ih > nst two month monthwhich m0l11hHlhich monthswhich
which has l been > ecn n source Olrll of great greatratification greatgratification Ieat IeatuIatllJcallon
ratification to the managements and andnn an1no andno
no doubt a source of profit to tho thomerchants themerchants
11 merchants > and business men All 11 the thepacking thlJ1dlng thepacking
packing houses have bain la 1I lining lu1l1 a ajwol al agao4
jwol l business hll lnl and nt report prices on oncitrus oncitrus n nrltru
citrus fruits vcr mtlifnrcorjr PlltIfllror vnti rfnenry They Theythirk fhr1thllk theyhunk
hunk the trad will remain t good 0011 the thoremainder thlmnlnllr theremainder
remainder of the season Tim citi citizens dtlZ citinetts ¬
zens Z I1 of Arcadia have great reason rca on for forrejoicing forrefolclng forrejoicing
rejoicing The building hllllIn rt the > new newstreets n n8Irt5 newstreets
streets will begin early In the coming comingye romlnIU comingyear
ye year > IU r nml wo predict for the year > Ior 1017 1017such 101 011lIch T Tsuch
such lIch u prosperity as has not l been > een stew ftenin HlnIn stewin
in this thl section for many year Let LetIt TctIt Letit
It come I We cnn stand tanr a good 0001 deal dealof Ilenlor dealof
of it
The prohibition of export of date dateofhhotos Ilteof lateoffshotos
ofhhotos of holos from the French possessions possessionsIn pos lIlons lIlonsIII
In north Africa and the Interruption Interruptionof
of imports from other places haev haevgiven haevglllI haevgiven
given new impetus to the date breed breedIng bredfnt breedtng
Ing fnt work under wayfor wny for the past ten tenyears tenears tenyears
years ears at the department date garden gardenat
at India California Many new newJln feed feedling seedling >
ling Jln date varieties are now no being orig originated 1t1JInlltld erigineted ¬
inated la America some of which whl h ac according aeInllng secording ¬
cording to the annual report of the thechief thechlf thechief
chief of the bureau bureau of plant Industry Industrynre Indus tIT
urn 11 apparently equal to the finest finestthat flnCfltthat finestthat
that havo resulted from 8000 years yearsof Mearsof
of date culture cullureln culture in the bld ld world
According to W B Barney jlairy jlairyocmmissloner alry alryocmmlssloncr alryocnllnlHsloller
ocmmlssloncr of Iowa his state gave gavethe Savothe ao aoIhe
the total value al1lo of dairy products for forthe to totle forthe
the year ending endln July 1 1010 OH 105 105satflC5 1055p55
satflC5 The value aluo of the dairy l1alr > prod products prodUCIR products ¬
ucts of the 110 state of Florida two years ycnmago yearsago ear earnlO
ago was 5000000 000000 though It is belle believed belleved ¬
ed 0 < < 1 that there has been an Inccase In ea e on onthis 011tbls onthis
this of at least 50 I O per cent during duringthese duringthe duringthose
If the fanners are nrowise IIroIse arewise
these the e two years
wise Ise much attention will III be given to tothis toIhls tothis
this business A few cows will make makeyour lIilklnllr makeyour
your nllr family film II a good living lit Ing Try It ItThe ItTile itThe
The Florida Farmer and Hoineseek Hoineseekcr
er says saysLoon sasJeoll sayslcon
Loon county Is fast taking till thoload tilllend thinlead >
load as the banner dairy dalr section of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the state Some of the finest dairy dairycattle dolr dolrcattle dairycattle
cattle to I ho HI found anywhere are IIr to tol toIII tolie
l III lie wen IIII In Leon 1OlIlIt < ounty > and during duringthe durllltill dhrhuthe
the past year > nr several car c r loud IIf IIfhlJt ofhigh f fhigh
high gtadc and thoroughbred Jersey Jerseycow JIr Terseycows I IeOitll
cow have been shipped to other otherparts IIlIlIrIInrts titherhearts
parts of the stnte bringing prlcvs prlcvsranging Irll Irllranllng pricvranging
ranging from 35 3 to upturns of too tooRrcfiitly 1110IlIoclllth 100Ihurtntly
Rrcfiitly n I big hll Ice cream and dairy dairyconcern dairyconcern llIlr llIlrCOlCI1
concern of Jacksonville contracted contractedwith cOlltrllrll1with eouitrartedwith
with Leon county cOIlI1I dairymen for 1W 1Wgallons rnollolls tiesgallons
gallons llolls of milk dally 1ull and further furtheragreed fllrlhcralleed furtheragreed
agreed to take all they could funiMi funiMiover flflllhOer fnrrtkhover
over that amount Ono farmer war warTnllnhnosep 111 nearInlinhnssce r rlIII11ha
Tnllnhnosep lIII11ha sll sold olll USO 280 worth Irlh of mill milkand milltI1I1 millnod
and butler In one month HP states stiitesthat Htlltlthat statesthat
that this thl year Iar will give him nn In Income 11Innw income ¬
come of over 1000 100 < 1 from his hi dairy dairynlnne dairyalone 1IIIrrnll1ne
alone not to mention the value nlllr of ofthe ofthe I
the byproducts with particular ref refproneo rlfprplIII referenec
proneo to skim milk for Ills hogs ho and andstable allltlhle andstable
stable manure fertiliser There Is I no nomore nomOrp nnmore
more substantial sllh lonllnl business Im lne s on the th > face faceof fo foof faceof
of the earth than the dairy dnlr business bwlniMEditor hnlnr481o1l10r businessEditor
Editor Thorndyke of the Ialm IalmBeach 1lIlmJIa InlmBeach
Beach JIa h Post had a most interestingly interestinglywritten Intrestllllywrlttlll interestinglywritten
written editorial 1 on Secretary Ilocretnr Lan Lansing JlnIIII Laosing ¬
sing IIII Almost Spilled the beans The Themost The1110st Themost
most characteristic statement lnl 1l1l1I1 made madeby II1nlloh nmdnby
by h > Editor I Thorndyke 1borlII kc was n Secretary SecretaryLansing SreturIanslll SecretaryLansing
Lansing Ianslll certainly fell down In fact factit tuclIt factIt
it would seem that he actually sprawl sprawled ¬
ed At least the distinguished dllll uulshetl sexye sexyetary secFetarv ecre ecretlry
tary should be hI congratulated OnraIIlI te1 for one onething ollethIll onething
thing thIll Lund that Is his ability ahlllt to tosprawl tosprawl tosprawl
sprawl without actually netnnll spilling splUIngthe sllUlngIhe spillingthe
the beans Instead of almost doing doingso
so Be this as it may Editor J Thorn Thorndyke Thorndykl Thorndyke
dyke thinks From this time hence hencefoilh helleefm hencefntth
foilh fm III so long ns II he holds his hl present presentposition prllelltposition presentposition
position It Is a safe conclusion ollclu lon to toreach torladl toreachn
reach that Secretary Rlerltnr Lansing Tan llIg will seek seekto Reelto 1 1to
to pplnln no notes notl cave snve a those which whichhe whichhe hl h hhe
he personally shall write rile and we wethink wethink wethink
think that Editor Tliorndvke thinks thinksrightly tl1lnl4rhhtl thinksrightly
rightly rhhtl In his thinking thinkingTle tlllnklllgTI thinkhtgTike
Tike TI editor of this paper received a aIrltir aIrllr aletter
letter dated DeccmKr Decent < tr r 22 from Mr MrT MrJ Ir IrJ
J Leo AlIen of Chattanooga Terinj Terinjwin TOrinhI Tennrwho
win hI Is a alaro large owner of DcHorocniin DcHorocniinty 10IO1 < 11I11 11I11t
ty t lands Mr Ir Allen 11111 Is n regular rPfjulartf regular3C0
Ie 3C0 > tf I T Shy Ic New I mid uiuincnds It Itheartily IIIlcortll itheartily
Ilcortll heartily for its It stand In the main on oniwlille on111lic onpuhik
iwlille questions Iiianriiici l1Ia 1nuchlS as bin bincompnlty 111Mcompn hiscompnlty
compn compnlty II Is I one of the big tax pay payr pnyprll paycrs
prll r > rs of the county the following tollolln para paragrih p paragrthi ra raJfIlh
grih In his letter is slgnlflcfiant slgnlflcfiantI sig iificfiant iificfiantI
I have made note of your attitude attitudeupon allllullIllOn attitudesoon
upon the road pilibl Plllhll1 m and other im imluitnnt 1mllOrlnllt inpurtant
luitnnt Issues I agree with yon In Inthe Intile inthe
the main especially upon the alllm alllmpcrtant allhoprtnnt all hn hnpcrtant
pcrtant road question No country countryran countr countrrnn
ran thrivewltl thrl thrive wltl1 witlpwt > ut good 0011 roads and andsince antIsillel andsince
since the coming generation JlIpra lion Is the thecMof thlchllt thechief
chief henellclllnry there can lie III noth nothIIIR noth1111t nothing
IIIR unsound uu ountl about the hl proposition pnpo ltlon to tolot 10Ipt tolet
lot it pay pa for at least a part of their theirconstruction thllrcon theirconstnsetion
construction con tnlctlon nnd maintenance maintenanceNo
No o uiore mOr pleasing news II R has come comefrom lOmeCwm cronerunt
from runt paptrdom Ip n long IOIl time than thanthat thullIhat Meanthat
that tho Florida farmer mid Homo HomoHcvker hlouueseeker
seeker 81 lil will appear app ul In the future twice twicea
a I month Instead iif onto IIK 1 formerly fqruierlyWe tor1I1erl tor1I1erlWe
We sincerely hope that this excellent excellentfarm excellentfnrm etcelicutfarm
farm Journal will receive ltcIe such pat patronage Jlalrllllae Patromago ¬
ronage that It will tt Ill soon lie compelled compelledto
to publish once Onl n week U will 111 be bepublished heJlultll bepublished
published Jlultll hell In till future under the thename thenl1111e thehome
name of Florida Farmer nnd Stock Stockman RtO Stockman < k kman ¬
man No farmer hi Florida can nf nfford 1rfrll ufford
ford to bo without this journal No Nonotice NoIIlItlc Nonetlce
notice has been given 11 1i ns to advance In InMibKrlptlon 111nh insubscription
subscription nh lrhltlon rate which hlch has been
100 per year yearWo yearWe ear earWe
We are Indeed glad to note that tin tinMulberry tbqJhll1lCrrJ theMulberry
Mulberry Herald which l1Irh suspended suspendedn < ll lln
n short while ago because < O of nonsup nonsupport non nonsupxtrt up uport ¬
port ort and the high cost of printing Is Isctttlng I IJlttln Isgetting
ctttlng Jlttln on its feet again Citizens of ofMulliorry or1111h ofMin11s
Mulliorry Min11s 1111h rry dont let your onr paper die 111 for forlacl forlael forlack
lack of support It Is snld that seven sevenor SCIlnor sevenor
or eight papers have died In this city eitywi elt eltwi cityw
wi w tin the past ten years Irirs This death deathrate 111I1thraIl deathrate
rate Is I entirely too high and we are arepleased arepl arepleased
pleased pl aFld to learn that the Herald Heraldwouldnt Jlcraltlou1lInt heraldwouldnt
wouldnt stay sta dead The Herald Is Isa isa
a good 0011 pnper and is doing 1101n a great greatservice greatservice treatIIcnlcr
service for the city Give it your bear bearty benrt hearty
ty t support supportA
A New York judge recently admon admonished admonbhed admonished ¬
ished the women lawyers at his bar barthat barthut barthat
that they thl must not attempt to Influ Influence Intlunce influonce ¬
once nce the court by their womans womanswiles womalls1Is womanswiles
wiles 1Is Ho said said to them You must mustIress mustIlrlRS mustdress
dress conservatively nnd not as n if yon yonvcrc fallwere youwere
were going to a ping pong party partyfoil IJIIrtyYou party1ou
foil should not giggle nor flirt with withhe withthe withthe
the he Jurors nor try to look handsome handsomeind hlndsOlneanll handsomeand
ind and most of nil yoo 00 should not talk talkoo talktoo talktoo
too oo much muchThe muchThE mudsThe
The packing houses hare all closed closedlowr cl ed
until until after the holidays They Theyrciiort TbcTrllOrt Theyrchmrt
rciiort the fruit trade as being line lineHid
1111 predict that It will M continue continueifter
the thonr first t of the the year
Tbe Sanford Herald expresses Itself Itselfthusly Itselfthusl itselfthusly
thusly thusl in n matter that we could ex express exlrellll express ¬
press lrellll oursclf In even stronger Jan Jangunge IanJlIage langumge
gunge It so Inclined and yet he wholly whollyJustified whollyjustlfl whollyjustified
Justified JustifiedThe justlfl justlflThe justifiedThe
The Herald does not mind giving givingspace Ihlnllspoc givingspace
space for worthy enterprises but It Hgels ItIcls itgets
gels our goat for these the e name free freespncors freeSl1oo freespacers
spacers Sl1oo > rs to get t their job printing done donesomewhere donesomlwberl donesomewhere
somewhere else el c after they have lIa ve asked askedand nskednn1 askedand
and received free space in the Her Hernld lIerIIltl Hernld
nld This Is the kind of gratitude that thatsours thatRonrH thatsours
sours the newspaper man on the theworld theorld theworld
world worldChristmas worldChristmas orld orldChristmas
Christmas day l1a came camp a nnd nnrl went Int ev even e eIll ev evelm ¬
en nlre n1re beautiful than the rnp 1IIt t win wingulnc MnlIln cnnguine
gulnc lIln could have hoped bope < 1 for The Theciowd Thecrowd he hecl
crowd cl < I11 present at the Commup ty tyChristmas tyChrlMlmn tyCluristnns
Christmas Tree could not have been beenfur Irenrll beenfar
fur rll r short of 3000 people and it Is Isquite IslJulll isquite
quite probable that even more than thanthis thallIhls thanthis
this estimated number was 10 there thereThree thrreTbrco thereThree
Three thousand was the lowest es estimate Cstimnte s sIImole ¬
timate we heard made by any anyone one It Itwns Itwnll Itwas
was a great grand gorlou corloIlR success successand lIuC successand < e eal1ll
and its promoters and all who par participated 111tlrlpah1 participaterl ¬
ticipated In It ore to be most mo heartily heartilycongratulated hCllrUlyCOIJgrntl1lated heartilycongratulated
congratulated congratulatedThe
The day 111 behind Christmas Is Just Justas justns
as pretty Jlr < tt as the day da before Christmas Christmasor
or even Christinas Clu isttnns day In Itself It elt The St StPetersburg Stlcter StTissues
Petersburg lcter rabnr burg g gper Times gives nwny its pn paper pnper ¬
per on each day that the sun does doesnot doesno doestint
not no shine1 on the Sunshine City CII It Itdoes ItlIoc Itdoes
does lIoc not take any all big risk at that thatSt thatI thatSt
St I Petersburg 111r hur however has no mo monoijly mencl
noijly 1111 11 ly on the sunshine of southern southernFlorida soutllernF1orhla southernFlorida
Florida FloridaThe F1orhlaThe FloridaTie
The automobiles lined up In such suchnumbers sllchnlmherR suchtrain
numbers to meet me < t the special specialthat train trainthat I IIIIlt
that several of the teachers asked It ifevery Iteery itevery
every Arcadian owned an auto As a amatter amntter amatter
matter of fact It Is doubtful If f any anycommunity an ancom1l1unlty anycommunity
community of the same population populationhas
has more cars and It Is a known fact factthat tactthot factthat
that no city can hold a light for Ar Arcadia Arcndln Arendla ¬
cadia when it comes to furnishing furnishingthem turnlshlngthem furnishingthem
them free to our guests guestsAt
At present the control powers have havepossession haepo havepossession
possession po sel < lolI of approximately 180000 180000square 18n000Rqllare 180000square
square miles of the allies territory territoryor
or a region that would make mal < e more morethen lUorethcII morethen
then three states the size of Florida Floridawhile Floridawhile Floridatvhlle
while tho allies hold AustrpGerman AustrpGermanterritory AuslroGermanlerrltorr Austro German Germanterritory
territory containing aliout 8000 square squaremiles squaremules Iuare IuaremileR
miles or a territory about tho size of ofDeSoto otDeSoto ofDesoto
DeSoto Lee and Manatee counties countiesOne countleOne countiesOne
One man at the Community Christ Christmas Cbrlstmas Christmas ¬
mas Tree last night said If there therewere thereIre therewere
were any way lIy to count these people peoplewe
we could then have ha e nn uptodate up to date cen census census n n8UM ¬
sus of tile city Another one said saidI
I havent seen n so many moan people to together toether together ¬
gether ether since Catts stbke s hkll in Tampa TampaAfter TampaT Tampatler TampaAfter
After tler a while paper may he > to toscarce POcarce soscarce
scarce that shoe manufacturers can cannot cllnnot cannot
not afford to use It In soles Rolesnell Rolesnellrolnes solesDesMoines DCS DCSMolnes
Moines Register RegisterDo IIRter IIRterDo
Do you 011 suppose there will bo any tnybody riDYhod anyhotly
body hod in this vlcnlty tlcnlt vho ho will be will wllIng willhI willing
Ing hI to he K > absent wh shun n lirynn speaks speakshr peoksh1
hr h u In February FebruaryThe FehruaryThe FebruaryThe
The l best > est t results re ulh In the Control of ofgrasshoppers fltrn ofgrasshoppers
grasshoppers rn hopperll can lie obtained 1 when whenall whenill whenall
all the farmers in a community co cooperate cooperate Cooperate ¬
operate operateENDORSE operateENnOnSE operateENDORSE
The county count commissioners of DC DCSoto DoSoto c cSoto
Soto county are receiving responses responsesfrom rlsponscsfrom responses responsesfrom
from other hoards of commlslsoners commlslsonersovtr
ocr the state endorsing the resolu resolutions resolutlons resolutions ¬
tions calling upon the next legislature legislaturuto
to abolish ab01l h the present pre ent depository law lawrequiring lawrequiring
requiring the designation of numer numerous mimeroils ¬
oils banks hanl as depositaries and asking askingthere aMkln aMklnthere askingthere
there be enacted In lieu thereof n law lawgiving lawItin howgiving
giving Itin to the county commissioners commissionersthe
the authority to contract with on onbank onballl one onebank < < < >
bank which is the highest and heft heftbidder he8thliltler bestbidder
bidder to net as county depository It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is contended that the present law de deprlvfs lIeprins theprivcs
prlvfs the counties of practically all allHM alltlIo1 alltha
HM Interest on their deposits del > osils and re requires reIulrls requires ¬
quires very ery onerous administration administrationduties administrationduties
duties dutiesTin 1111 dutieslie ties
Tin resolution re ollltion asking the office of ofbond llrh0l111 ofband
bond trustee trn tle bo abolished and that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the board of commissioners comml slollelK be an antbcrizni hothorhrcd u uthartYrli
tbcrizni to contract with the bank bankthat bankthat
that Is the highest and best bidder bidderfor bldtlertM bidderfor
for the handling of the bond funds fundsIs
Is I abu heartily endorsed and from Iromthe tromthe fromthe
the letters received it appears that thitthe th1ttIle thatthe
the to resolutions re olutlons will have almost almostthn all1uhtthe aliuostthin
the solid support of the county com commissioners rnmmlsIIIncrH enmmissiuners ¬
missioners of the state ItateA AviJn n Park IVxrkPiXSS Parklil ParkPvsq
S 5 5A
A Big Man ManThe ManThe Ian IanThp
The biggest hllrlC t man in the republican republicanparty rellnll1lclnIlarl republicanharts
party Ilarl today is William II Taft We Wemean Wemean Wemean
mean mentally as well oil as physically physicallyTaft physicallyTaft > bll1lcall bll1lcallT
Taft T ltt is more of a patriot than it pall politician 11011tlcfanWauchula palltieianWauchula ¬
tician tlcfanWauchula Wauchula Advocate AdvocateIn
In 1004 10 < > > the actual cash road nnd nndbridge nnllhrll11e nntlbrklge
bridge expenditure In the United UnitedStates UnltCdBIltes UnitedStates
States averaged slightly less than iS iSper 28per S Sper
per mile of rural pads In 1015 Olli the thecash th thca thecash
ca cash h road and bridge expenditures had hadIncreased IadIncreased hadIncrease
Increased to anaverage an verage of 10f > per permile permile permile
mile of road roadThe roadThe roadThe
The bureau of Bolls of the depart department dep departwent rt rtment ¬
ment of agriculture Is cooperating cooperarlnswith cooplra cooperatingwith IIn IInwltlt
with cement t ment mills Mast Ma t furnace and andwcol nnllW1 nn1weed
weed scourers with the Object of en ennbllng el elabllng enaiding
aiding them to recover potash as a aproduct liy liyproduct y yproduct
product wherever this proves to be becommercially 111commerclally tiecommercially
commercially feasible feasiblerA
rA oJ
Mr li I W Hurt IIur completMl t completed < ll the he iron
bridge and turned It over over to fjo own ¬
er Mr Sid Pearce and left forPar for Par
tow to going to Klsslmmee by river
He tooka took a large barge from the theta to
Klsslmmee KI slmmee being drawn by b a launch
Mr O II Quinn of Wllmlngim Vilmtng fn
Ohio was as here last week to examine
the firstbridge tlrst brldge across the Ksslmme Ksslmmeriver KI88lmmeerhI Ilssinn Ilssinnrivet
river lIe found everything ln excel
lent condition and commenting upon
tho splendid workmanship Only Onl On one t tthing
thing Is lacking and that
is the name nameplates nameplotes nameplates
plates which will 111 be sent ent Immeill Immeillately Immedlately Immediately
ately from Wilmington WilmingtonMessrs WilmingtonMe8111S WllmingtonMessrs
Messrs Henry and Isbon nollln Rollinworth Ilolllnj Ilolllnjworth o owlrlh
worth were the guests Iestsf gut f their sister
Mrs lr8 Sid Pearce for several flars
They came here from Brownvllle BrownvllleMr 1 1Ir
Mr Ir Isbon had just jll t arrived from fromver Den Denver > > n ntet
ver iCol to spend the Christmas Christmaswith Cbrlstmuwith Christmaswith
with his parents In Brownvllle Wail Wailhere Whnhere Whilehere
here both gentlemen expressed their thtlrsurprise thdrsllrprl theirsurprise
surprise sllrprl e and delight at the many im improvements IInprlltemntH tinprovements ¬
provements which have taken tal < en place pbeeThey pl1ceThey placeThey
They admired our splendid plendldnel new school schoolhouse 8111001houpe schoolhouse
house and the new Iron bridge On OnSunday OnBunIay onSunday
Sunday nfteriyon nttr1on aftert1 on they thc visited our onrSunday ourRl1nIII ourSunday
Sunday Rl1nIII school which was well at attellded ab abtended t ttended <
tended and Mr Isbon nolllngswortli nolllngswortlipave
pave a vr a splendid talk In which he heurged 1111urged heurged
urged our Bible class to r remember remeDberthnt remembertint me nber nberthat
that never put off untl unt l tomorrow tomorrowtho tornolTOthl tomorrowtb
tho tb good WB cnn do today H Re also alsourged 1I1solIfjed alsourged
urged us p 1 follow the Golden Rut Rutin Unit RulliIn Unitin
in every day life together with the thegreat thegreat ttmEgreat
great commandment Love thy th neigh neighbor nelthbor aetthbor ¬
bor ns thyself thyselfOur thyseltlur thyselfOur
Our lur people enjoyed a Christmas tree treeglveu trClgle treegiven
given gle Thursday afternoon December December21st Decewtet21st
21st in our school house houseSanta
r rSanta 0 0SOlita
Santa Claus came nrortnl early earlyand earltnnll earlyanti
and left a nice bnby boy at the home hnrneof Jmmeot homeof
of hn Carter The mothsr moth r and M baby tabyare lab7ar babyare
are ar doing nicely nicelyDan nlcel1l1an nicelyPan
Dan Cupid has been It busy fellow fellowthis tellowthlll fellowthis
this season sea on nnd we are expecting set setornl IIC IIComl setoral
oral weddings next week on both bothsides bolhMh11 trothphles
sides phles of the river riverMr rlterMr riverMr
Mr and Mrs rs Marl Collins left leftlast Ienlast leftfast
last week for Jacksonville where they thrjrwll th theywit 7
wit 11 spend Christmas s with her pa parents parerlts parents ¬
rents rentsMrs rerltsMrll rentsMrs
Mrs Marvin Collins who has been beenquite 110 110qultl beenquite
quite sick Is now no up and about ant anlpcnt anipcnt antspent
pcnt Christmas in Zolt with her herbrothers berbrcllers herbrothers
brothers and husband husbandMrs husbandMIs husbandMrs
Mrs Sid Pearca left hca h t IVday IVdayfor rllil7fl lrldayfr
for a two weeks stay ID Ii Brownvllle Brownvlllewith DIIItJ1llIelth Rtrownvlllewith
with lth her parents parentsMr
Mr J L r Groom left FrHar to tospl1I11 tospet o ospend
spend spet + d Christmas with Itb Ms 111 brother brotherarM hrnthersal1 brothersand
arM alters In Wauchch WauchchJiif
Jiif 1 Mose Lanier aid family expect expectto e peet peett1
to go to Berca soon to visit Mr La Laiwers Lutiters
titers 1 9rlI parents parentsWe Afr AfrWe a ra raWe
We bad a II little frwt the other 11 taf tafbut nJil a s sbut i ibllt
but It did no damage 1amn e After the cold coldH COldIll coedsprit
sprit H Ill > II we had a fine finehfany win winMany rlnMany
Many tourists more than usual aro arocrossing arocrosslns atecrossing
crossing the Klsslmmee hens he and a agasoline aCn50llne agasoline
gasoline tank will bo installed near nearthe neartbe nearthe
the bridge to accommodate a mmodate travelers travelerswho trnlelefwllo travelerswho
who are making this place very lively livelyCITRUS nlelyCIT hivelyCITRUS
No final statement as to the outcome outcomeof
of the campaign against citrus canker cankercan cankercun cankercan
can IH expected within n period of at atleast atlea atleast
least lea t two years enrs The campaign cam1 lgn how however howeter however ¬
ever Is progressing progres lng very satisfacto satisfactorily satisfactorily ¬
rily 11 In the commercially Important Importantorange Importantorange Importantorange
orange and grape fruit regions of ofFlorida ot10rldn offorlda
Florida Even In the few places where wherecitrus wherecitrus wherecitrus
citrus canker outbreaks have occurred occurredin
in commercial districts and In old oldtrees oldtrees I Itreel
trees the disease can be b eradicated eradicatedppromptly eradcatPP1omptly eradicatedppromptly
ppromptly and effectively Although Althoughthorough Althoughthorough Althoughthorough
thorough inspection of citrus plant plant1Ings plantIngs plantings
Ings will be necessary at least during duringthe durinthe duringthe
the coming year it li believed that thatFlorida thatF1prlda thatFlorida
Florida is now 1101 so nearly free of the thedisease tho1IIlaRe thedisease
disease as to render Its eradication eradicationfrom eralllcnUonfrom eradicationfrom
from the state practically certain In InTexas InTxns InTexas
Texas Louisiana Alabama and Miss Mississippi MI8iI Missteslppi ¬
issippi I slppl the work has been Il < en more diffi difficult olIfflcult 4ifflcult = ¬
cult from the beginning because of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the more scattered plantings nail the therelatively therelatlreJt therelatively
relatively smaller Interests Involved InvolvedFurthermore IntoltPIIFllrthermore involvedFurthermore
Furthermore in all these states the theunusually tblIInlllio1mll t tunusually
unusually IInlllio1mll severe tropical storms of ofthe ortho ofthe
the present year have caused unex unexpectedly uMXpededly nnezpettedly ¬
pectedly wide damage among the thatrees thotrees thetrees
trees treesThe j jThe tThe
The bureau of soils of the depart department departmont Iepartment ¬
ment of agriculture last In t year mapped mappedIn
In detail the various soils of 2J74p >
410 acres in 75 areas In 32 states statesBUSINESS IItatellf IItatellWASTEDTo statesBUSINES
f p
WANTED WASTEDTo To buy n ngood good milch cow cowWrite CO 5 j
Write E L stallings Torrey FIn FlaD FinD129
D 1 D129 > 120 Ctp Otpw w 1214 3tp StpLOST 3tpLOSTDetween 3tpLASTBetween
LOST LOSTDetween Between Lakeland and Arca Arcadia Arc1dlQ Armtdin ¬
din one leather suit case caS > bearing bearinginitials bearIngInitials bearinginitials
initials T J n Denmark 80 80Finder c CL CLFinder CFinder
Finder return to Arcadia InJure ntjutoReward InJurenellIrd IfluroReward
Reward Dltp w223 w12 1228 + 28 Up UpWe JtpWe lipa19it2i3ttitiiSili
> a19it2i3ttitiiSili iSf4nC + I T4r3t T4r3tWe
We are owners of large body bodyof bOOYof bodyof
of land northeast of Arcadia Arcadiand ArcadiaDnd C Cand
and nd east of Gardner partly ad adJollling adjoining I Ijoining
joining Sweetwatcr end new newfo newtownslo C Ctownslto
fo fotowl111lte
townslto of Lindsay Pep sale 5 5at t tat
at at very reasonableprices reasonablepricesWrite reasonable prices i J 1Write 1
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