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VOL 12 Hi ARCADIA FLORIDA PLO I DA JULY 26 19d6i 19 6 No 30
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TJFY THE SATE SATERDOF r rRDOF
RDOF RD pF HEALTH tEALTHI 1CASE 1CASEOF iN GASf GASfOp SE SEOF
OF FOLLOWING poLLc WING IULS I 14LS 14LSe LS LSI
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y yeknow
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eknow e know of no better tis6 is to our ourers ourcrs I Iers
ers our space than to toc copy copy py the thewing thett I Iwing
wing tt itg front the July number numberlorida numberloridn numberlorida
lorida Health Notes published publishedlie
lie l to State Board of HealthVien Health HealthlVIen I IVIen
VIen there is IS an eruptive eruptivece
ace ce in the community = it may maymallpox mayatlpox ntnyallpox
mallpox mallpoxfhen atlpoxY allpoxhen
ben you suspect susect diptheria diptheriaBoad diptlleria diptlleriaBoad diptheriaBoad
Y Boad will make a diagnosis diagnosispay
pay for antitoxin used withl Withindibent with withindigent
l a indigent indigenthen
hen typhoid fever pfevails pfevailsBoard jeviiise rcv ilsj ilsja
a e Board will make a cljagndsis cljagndsisdetermine dlagiidsisdetermine l g sis sisdeterminc
determine if ifpossibl possible the thece
ce of the invasion1 i m J i iJ
J < i
hen p
rd d will examine the blood fc fcr fcrI r rmalarial rmalarial
I malarial parasite and au ltel1 tell you youto youto
to stay so O wheiv wher wlteitougct ou oui get te1J te1Jhen well wellhen wellhen
hen any any coinmunfcdbV c01llmUt contntuti1 dhledisertfe dhledisertferesent dble diseiif disem e eresent eresent
resent as mcaslesscarlet fever feverlopingcough feverlplngcough fevertping
lopingcough ping couglt cli c li ic 1 ck cke 1 e np o ox oxps oxps x xnps
nps ps etc etcw wcll W e 11 diteiicted diteiictedlagement d n i i e d C t e d dagement dagement
agement may avert ail all epidemic epidemichen eplqc1I1lchen epi emit emithen
hen the managdniejU l11alUlg mattngeni mct1t t of ofrculosis ofrculosis ofreulosis
rculosis is in ii dttestioit luestiplij ucstloh 1the 1therd the therd therd
rd will give lest lestnd advicef adviceof ce f tIe
hen yellow fever fev r cholera chdlernonic ch choleraonic lern lernonlc
onic plague or smallpox smallpoxts iil1Ht1poxtsthe smallpoxtstlie
ts tsthe the Board assumes assumeslagement nssutnesagement assumes assumesagement
agement and control controlfben controlen control
ben en horses or mules are arerted areted areted
rted ted of having glaiider glanders gla r j the fheq therd ihed
q rd d will send the veterinarian veterinarianwill
win will II investigate investigate I ana nr and d V Vwin ten tell you yout
t to do dohen dohen dohen
hen hogs are dyingthe dyingtheirinarian dytl1g dyingtherinariaa the therinarian
irinarian will wi1lhclp help ybu 9 oLI jto to o arrest arrestdisease arr arrestdisease st stdisease
disease diseaseVhen I Imten V VMen
Men hydrophobia hydrophobt I occurs occUrs in ins inor inor
s or other animal anintalt = rthe the Board Boardcorral Boardcorral Boardcorral
corral the diseased animals animalsarrest nn anitntilsarrest l1Iuls l1Iulsarrest
arrest its sprea Slreuhen spread spreadhen l lVhen
Vhen hen any one js bitten bitt ll by a aposedly nposedly aposedly
posedly mad I dogj dogthe the Board Boardexamine Boardexamille Boardexamine
examine the head of the the dog dogtell dogtell dogtell
tell you whether or not the theis theis theis
is mad madften maden maden
ften en water is suspected suspect a of be becontatninated beji becontaminatedthe
contatninated contatninatedthe theBoard ji Board Board > will willmine w111mine willmine
mine and find Qut outMen Quthen QUthen
Men hen problems of sewage seWage dis discs 413s ¬
cs s arises ari arisestire stbe the Boarvwilhelp Boarvwilhelpsolve Bon Boar ii f I WjJ will help belpsolve helpsolve
solve them so as not to eri erier eriger enger
ger er the health of of anyone anyoneVhen nnyolIben anyonehen
ben mosquitoes ntosqultoestrotthle 10sqU t trouble tro1 le you you at athotnertfie at athomert1ie t thomeot
hotnertfie homert1ie e Board will tell tellhow tell tellhow
how to get rid of o them ltet 1 I
hen neu your neighbors mos mosoes I11QSoes mosces
oes trouble you youjthe the Board Boardinsist B Boardinsist ard ardinsist
insist on your neighbor getting gettingof
of raosquitosbreeding places placeshen placeshen placeshen
hen any sanitary nuisance nuisanceIs nttismlceIs
Is in a community communitythe the Board Boardcause Boardcause Boardcause
cause the same to be abated abatedVhen abatedhen abatedVhen
Vhen hen any anyquestiol1perta question pertaining pertainingPublic pertainingpublic 1 iug iugpublic
Public health is raisedrthe raisedrther1 raisedft1te raisedft1terd raised t the therd
r1 rd II guidance guidanceFlorida i I if ifFlorida
will give proper gUidaiJc gUidaiJcFlorida
Florida State Fair Fairhe Fairhe
I
he Florida State Fa F Fair tr vllkh riliich is isk isbe i
be held at Tampa November N Novemberh vember I
h 1 to 29th will eclipse in every everyture every everyare ery eryure
ture are the Fair of last year ye r which whichsuperior whichred vhichd
red d superior to any anys state ate fair fairheldin fairr
r heldin held in the South outh President Presidentvtvin Presidentwnin Presidentan
vtvin an in order r that t1 at ail ai icoimtiesy counties countiesy
y be placed placedo oft an n absolutelyal absolutely absolutelyJal bso ttely ttelyat I I
Jal at basis as regardsexhibits regards exb bfbits bits andands and andaHa nd ndards
aHa ands t has deddedu decided j > u 1 1lent ou n this thlslIent thisellent i
ellent lent plan plat1111e The state state trit will will be beIkd beided I I
1 Ikd ed into four fQu divisipns divisjt divisions > ns < west westrida lestrida est estnda I I
rida east Florida n mildle mildlerl tddle tddlerida I
rl rida < Ja and south iWidqnAe iWidqnAeplies PlpridqltbetlBes Floridaheunties I
plies unties in these sections s ctions tivill wlllcom viUto con i I
te a among ong theniselves thcnis 1ves for fori forr i the thenor fhe fhenor i
nor of being the theshaiiner bariner bri net county countyweir O rl Y
their respective 1 pective section s tioll tiolli i for forI
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which wlfclrd ft mij ff itiscitiie
91 t banner and a athe aensh acaslt
ensh pri t tfot C fot oft 1 SOO will be 1 trivet trivetthe lvcl lvcltho
the winner ItHlCl1hc The four fot r winner winnerwil wlllllcrwHlcol1tpet wirmtierxwill <
wil wHlcol1tpet will compete < for the grand prize of o
1000 and the th winner willbe willbedesignated will j jdeslgnntedns h hdeslgtta i
designated deslgtta deslgnntedns d as the banner county co eoutit lnty of ofthe otthe of ofthe
the State This plan is necessary ncc necessnry ssnfy
by reason of the fact that thntll the e vast vastarea Va vastarea t tar
area ar a Of f Florida tlorida1l1akes makes the products productsso productsI
so so diversified that a county coun ih one onesection onesectioll onesection I
section cannot well be placed placed in incom incOIU incoiupetiiou
com coiupetiiou pel > ttilou i Jon with a county in inanother inanother I Ianothel
another section s cliol1 The counties couiltieswJl1 couiltieswJl1be cout ties will willbe willbe
be divided as follows followsWest followsWest I IWest
West Florida Escnriibia Santa SantaRosa SantaROJa SantaRosa
Rosa Walton Holmes Jackson JacksonWashington JltcksonVasltll1gton JacksonVashington
Washington Calhoun i liberty libertyFianklin LibertyFraukliu IabertyFraukliu
Fraukliu Giulsden Wakitlla Leon LeonJefferson LeonJefferson Leontefferson
Jefferson M Madison a d i s o 11 Ta Trl TaylOr TaylOrHamilton y 1 0 r rHamilton rHamilton
Hamilton Suwannee 11CU1UeC LaFayette LoFayetteColumbia LaFayetteCo Lt Fayette FayetteCounibia
Columbia Co umbia Baker MldclleFlorida MldclleFloridaNassau blid Middle 1l1fFloricIa 1l1fFloricIaNllssau Florida FloridaNassau
Nassau Duval Clay Bradford BradfordAlachua Bl Bradford llford
Alachua Putnam 1QVy Marion
Lake Citrus East EastFlorida nastFlorida Fastilorida
Florida St Johns Brevard Brevard St StLucie StLucie StLucie
Lucie wDade Dade Monroe South SouthFlorida SouthFlorlda SouthFlorida
Florida Lee DeSoto Manatee ManateePolk ManateeFolk ManateePolk
Polk Hernaiido Pasco Hills Hillsboroughr Hillsborough lullsboroughs
borough bsceola bsc ola Oraiigc OraiigcNo OrallicNo OralgeNo
No county in Florida < lorlclashould should fail failto failto failto
to to be represented in the thedcpar thedcparments depart departments departments ¬
ments of exhibition and the thecounty th thcouuty thacounty
county commissioners should oc ocat J Jnt a ° c cat
at once
clioolo and Teachers TeachersThe
The following is a list of schbols schbolsaiftl schb01alia seltbolsautl
aiftl teachers teach rsaSsigned assigned and salaried salariedpaid salnriespMd salndespaid
paid in DeSoto county countyArcadia countyArcadia county countyArcadia
Arcadia ArcadiaPrincipal Arcadial Arcadia Arcadia1rinaipal
Principal l lnaipal 1100 100 100First 100ltirstassistant
First 1 ltirstassistant lrst assistant j 75 75Second 7SS 75SCcottclassistant
Second S SCcottclassistant coudasslstmit assistant r t 50 50third SOThird 0 0TlitalassistantI
TlitalassistantI TlitalassistantI1purth third asslstallL 1 50 50l 50Irourtlt
1purth l Irourtlt o rthasslstant assistant 50 50tfjfth SOFilih 50ItIftli
tfjfth assistant assistant I r t S SSixtli SO SOSI 50Sbcth
Sixtli SI Ul assistant a 1 > V 50 50Punta SOPUllt S0Punta
Punta Gorda GordaPrincipal CordaPrincipal GordaPrincipal
I Principal J II nulks 100 100frirst 100Forst
First assistant i 75 75Secqnil 7SSecon 75Seconet
Secqnil Secon assistant 50 50Tilird 50Third 50Third
Third assistant Celfa CelaRicl CelfaRlcliards Riclmnls anls 50 50Fourth 50lourth SOIlourtlt
Fourth assistant 10 10Fifth lOFJ 0 0Phfth
Phfth Fifth FJ th assistant Anna 1cxa P Icxa xa 4 50 50Avon 50AvOIl SOAvon
Avon Park11L Park ParkMl
Ml 11 l Martin lliartirr IIi II 40 40Popasli 40Popa 40Popa5lt
Popasli PopasliPrincipal Popa Popa5ltPrincipal h hPrincipal
Principal H G Murphy SO SOAssjstant 50AssIstant SOAssistant
AssIstant Bessie n sle Lastinger Int nger 35 35Zol 35Zolto 35ZollO
Zolto ZollOLeslie Zol ZoltoLesUe o oLeslie
Leslie Skipper i iWaucbuln 35 35Wauchula 35wauchula
Wauchula WaucbulnPrh1 wauchulaPrincipal WauchulaPrintipal
Principal Prh1 lpal P I G Shaver 100 100First 100I1ifstasslstarlt 100I
First I1ifstasslstarlt I irst assistant D P Shaver Shaver 75 75Second 75fccQnd 75yeconil
Second assistant ass stant Mrs Gee GeoCarlton > Carlton Car1 n 50 50Tlifrd 5 5ThIrd 50Titlrd
ThIrd assistant assl assistant nt HattJcHeusted Hattie Heusted 50 50Kourth SGIduith Q QIt
Kourth It urth assistant assIstant Isabella Pharr 50 50Fiitiii 50FII 50 50Pifth
Fiitiii FII t assistant sistaht Nettie 1 ettle Carlton 50 50Sixth 50Sixth 50Sixth
Sixth assistant < sitaht ta 1t Alice A1Ic Mclfwen Mcllwens tI 1tien w 50 50Seventh 5Q 5QScen SOSeventh
Seventh Scen t11 assistant t l Ella Ja Beeson D feson P 50 50icotl
Jenn JennleCar1ton ie Carlton 0 Of 35 35Nocatee asNocntee 35Nocatee I
Nocatee NocateePrincipal NocnteeIrlnclpal NocateePrincipal
Principal WBJcines WBJcinesFirst V nJ n s 7 7Itirst 75 75First 5
First assistant asllisl tnt II < 45 45Second 45Second 4 4Second 5
Second assistant 35 35HaWthorne 35H 3 3HavJthorne 5
HaWthorne HaWthorneEugenia H HavJthorneEugenia oIthorne oIthorneEugenia
Eugenia Swindall > 0 35 35Oweais 35Owens 3 3Owens 5
Owens OweaisPrincipal OwensPrincipal OwensPrincipal
Principal Garfield Johnson 50 50Assistant 50AlSbtattt 5 5Assistant 0 I
Assistant lira nr Dawson 35 35QakHili 35 35Oak 35Oak
QakHili QakHiliPrindpal Oak 11111 11111ltin lull lullPrincipal
Principal ltin ipaJ JolmF John Murphy MurphyAssistant 60 60Assistant 60i I
Assistant Assistant i nt Henrietta enrlettaWnegord Winegord 35 35SblQllull 35L 35Icuson
L Icuson loHOrQv loHOrQvr loHOrQvS01Q1 brOe brOeM
M < r
SblQllull Solon i 1Iu11 lh II 35 35Howling 35ow1 35Bowling
Howling ow1 1 Green GreenPrincipal Cre QtreenPrincipal 1 1Prlncfpa1
Principal W WH H IJrowii I 75 75First 75hirat 5 5FirstasslstRlttiHu1dahSitltli
First FirstasslstRlttiHu1dahSitltli assistant HulcJah IIu11IaIt SmUlif 45Second 45 45Second 4SSecond
Second assistant assist lnt Rosebud scb Hop Hopwh Ifopsoir il 35 35Torrey 35torrey 35Torrey
Torrey torreyPrincipal I IIrlndpal < i iAfpistant
Principal n 1B < E KensJnger i 45 45I 45A
Afpistant Appls A gistant I nt lone Waldirpifvujv WaldirpifvujvFtGreen WahlfPl1 WaldtoL r rAppls > < 30 30F 3oht
FtGreen F ht treen GA Greeu t r rPrincipal r V VPrincipal
J JFrtndpal
Principal W WA A HendryVVi5 Hendry 50 50ti 50A
A Assstitlti I 1tl Vi11le Ellis + J z r 2S 2SFtijass 25
Ftijass Ft ti nassienger lasengerIrving nassiengerJrving1 lger >
Irving rvIIIgIJWlg B Wiggins llIlI i iDrowl1viUe r 35 35Principal 35Brownville
Drowl1viUe BrownvillePrincipal
Principal Oran Baldwin Da II w 1 n i 00 50 50AMfstanlt
Assistant tall Hattie lI ttI M Gash CashGariliic 36 36Gardner
Gardner GarQI Gariliic ci r i > J JPrincipal i ilrindpal
Principal lf i Pfll Chester Ches cr Porker r 55 55Assistant 55 55ttssistaut
Assistant Ivaurie Laurie ric Ijangford nglord 35 35Spring 35SjirIngvalley
Spring SjirIngvalley SjirIngvalleyplorettee Valley NaUeyF10relltc ValleyFlorence
Florence Franklin Franklin i j 35 35Continued 3SContln 35Continuccl
Continued Contln ed on Nest Page age < I
THE THETE L i4ANDSANDA i4ANDSANDATIRECENT NDstANDAL r L
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TE TIRECENT E fttiCB R C t SALE OF STATE STATEUAND3 STATE STATEI STATElANri
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Jj > UAND3 N SAS AS WE SEE IT ITSpeaking ITpenking
penking of tle t tl Ie a recent sale of ofState ofState
State lands nt 41 t cents per acre acreby ncrehy acreby
by tic tl1 International Improvement ImprovementHoard IlI11l1ocrnentIJoard Iniprovennenthoard
Hoard we W have for our readers readersbenefit readersbenem readersbenefit
benefit tried our best to get inside insideinformation Insideill insideiuforitiation
information ill for tntlon and auello to us the facts fnclsnp fnclsnppelr ap appear appeir ¬
pear as a follows followsIn olltsIn
In April the State by ny the said saidBoard snldBoard saidBoard
Board > 1011 gal 6l I to Joseph Jennings at at41ia
41 41ia as j cents per acre 59989 acres acresThe ncresThe acresThe
The whole of the territory sold soldis soldIs soldis
is a ntnijgrbve h1IUlgr vc swamp at tide level levelbeginning levelbeginning levelbeginning
beginning at the northwest Cape CapeSable CripeSable CapeSable
Sable on Ol the Gulf and running runningback runuingback runningback
back for ft distance of fifteen miles milesinland rullesInlnnd milesinland
inland the entire tract beim
worthless uo > titless from an agricultural agriculturalstandpoint agriculturatstal1dpolut agriculturalstandpoint
standpoint standpointMr
Mr Jennings who by the waymust way waymust waymust
must be a t hustling real estate estatedealer estatedealer estatedealer
dealer had h d interested int restcd some New NewYork Newrk NewYork
York rk 1tl1p importers rtefs of tanning materi materials materials materials ¬
als and lie sold sold this this tract to them a amonth a111onth amonth
month later for 1 per acre They Theypropose Theyp Theyptopose
propose p ptopose opoe to to use the mangrove for fortanning fortanuing fortanning
tanning purposes purposesNoWi purposes purposesNow purposesNow
Now some of the State papers paperstiro paperstire paperstare
tire trying to make a scandal of the
whole transaction claiming that thatthe
the State should have received the the1x100
1x100 100 per acre etc etcMr etcMr ctcMr
Mr Jennings bought the lands landstis laudiIns landsas
Ins tis low as he could It was a pure purely purcly purely = ¬
ly selfish selfishdcnl deal on his part The TheState TheStut TheState
State got all they could for them themIt themIt themIt
It wasthe best price ever received receivedbytheStatei receivedbytheStl1te receivedby
bytheStatei by theState for such lands We Wecould Wec Wecould
could c uld not set up a factory and ex extract extract extract
tract tnnnic taunicacids acids and Mr Jen Jennings Jenn Jennings ¬
nings n nings ngs worked up to a sale to a acompany acompailY acompany
company compailY that could There is no noevidence noevidence no noevidence
evidence of bad faith on ontbc the part partof partof partof
of anybody The lauds were wereworthless wereworthless wereworthless
worthless to the State could never neverhe neverbe
i
he drained and we may consider considerthe
the deal a lucky one But if Home Homebody somebody I II I
body by putting 100000 into it itformachinery itfor
formachinery for machinery etc can Clll make the theproduct theproduct theproduct I
product of that land worth iOO iOOOr 190 190r 100 100Or
Or r 10000 to them we see no noreason 110I 110easoniri noreason I
I Isho
reason easoniri hi law or justice why they theyshould theyshould
should sho ld nott not notIt I I It
It t looks to us like some folks folkshunt folkshunt
hunt tip gnats so sothey they can nn show showwhat StOW StOWwltht
what llorribje Jlorri le fac faces s they make makeswallowingem n ake akehv
swallowingem swallowingemHow hv ll inl Il1o
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How How tp Cure Poot Rot RotFootrot RotFootrot ot otFootrot
Footrot in citrus trees can be
prominently and effectually effectllallycured effectllallycuredIt cured curedIt
It requires some careful attention attentionand atteltionand attentionand
and some some small expenditure how however however
ever ever The first thing to remember rememberabout rcmemberabout
o
about footrot is I i that it is con contagious contagious ¬
tagious Any Itl instruments trl1l11e1 ts used use in inworking inworking
working around a footrot foot rot tree are areapt areapJ
apt to communicate the disease to toany toany toany
any any other tree around which they theymay theymay
may may be used or if a certain tree treeaffected ij ijaffected isaffected
affected with footrot and instru instruments instrumen1 instrumeats ¬
ments meats are used in working this thisdiseased thisdl thisducased
diseased dl eased spot it is opt to communi communicate communicate communicate ¬
cate the thediseilse disease from this diseased diseasedspot diseasedspot diseasedspot
spot to some well portion of the thetree thetree thetree
tree with the instruments instrumentsTo
To cure footrot the first step stpdesirabkris s stepdesirableris ep epdesirabi
desirabkris to remove remove the soil from fromaround frontI fromaround
I I Irou
around rou tbecown the crown of f the tree thus thusExposing th s se
Exposing e poslng this portion to the air airhesecond sIr sIrrhefsecol1d air3hefisecond
rhefsecol1d hesecond is to use some anti anticeptic al1tit antiiptic
t ceptic tic wash wa h Usually Us a1Jy the orange orangegrower orangegrower orangegrower
grower cuts uts out the th < diseased diseasedportion diseasedportion diseasedportion
portion and then applies We wash washreferred wllhrcrerr washreferred
referred rcrerr d to When the wound ound has hashealed hashealed 1aS 1aSl
healed healed l thoroughly I fresh fr ih soil may mayibV I1I1Yltie may maythown
ibV ltie thown about about the tree The Theonticeptic Theka Theaiiticeptic
ka onticeptic t ic ptic wash is made up of ofyarious ofrit ofvarious
various rit > uJ compounds cOI lul1d5 One of the thecompoundsusedis thec theeotnpouuds
compoundsusedis c eotnpouuds ri1ppuuds used is ism one part crude
> 1
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carbolic acid and about four parts partswater partwriter
water writer mixing these thoroughly thoroughlyand
and a d then washing off the part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tree that has been laid bare by bythe bythc bythecuttipg
the thecuttipg cutting out of the disease diseaseAnother dlserutcAnother diseaseAnother
Another way of stopping the thedisease thcdisense thedisease
disease is to remove the soil from fromaround fro frontaround III I Iaround
around the crown much in the thesame thesame thesame
same way that thntit It is done where the thetrees thetrees thetrees
trees are aredl diseased el ellIcdanc1 and then apply >
ingaconipound composed of one1 one1part one onepart onepart
part sulphur and 11I about four parts partslandplaster partsInndplnster partslaudplaster
landplaster mixed with enough enoughwater clloturhwatcr etiotighwater
water to permit it to be applied appliedeasily IJp1ledea appliedeasily
easily ea lIy with a brush When this thisform thisform thisform
form of mitisceptic wash Wl l is usedtip usedtipattention used np npattentlpuis noattentipn
attention is paid to cutting cuttingollt out the thedisease thedlseasQ thedisease
disease andiftll and tdl 1t11 U the trees that are aresupposed arcsupposed aresupposed
supposed to be affected are treated treatedThis trcatedThis treatedThis
This last form has been used on onhundreds 011hundreds ottluuulreds
hundreds and probably thousands thousandsof
of trees with excellent results resultsWhere resultsWhere resultsWhere
Where a tree Is almost girdled girdledwith girdledwithfootr girdledwith
with withfootr footrot tit it is best to resort to t o
the cutting cuttingout out treatmentHP treatment H HRolf HRolf HRolf
Rolf
A Fascinating PascJn thtg dame dameA 011111Ct
t
A very fascinating gajno is isindulged Isndulg isindulged
indulged ndulg d in by some of our small smallboys smnllboys smallboys
boys boys since the hanging A Aminature Amillatllre Antiaatttre
minature gallows has been in ingeniously ingenloutlly IiigenlottHly ¬
geniously constructed that works worksperfectly worksperfcctly worksperfectly
perfectly on oil the dummy man that thatwears thatwenrs thatwedrs
wears wenrs the black cap and is just as
dead as he can be when the play is isover isover isover
over It is rather a gruesome gruesomegame gruesomegame gruesomegame
game but so long as they only onlypractice onlypractice onlypractice
practice with dunimles dUJt1Ut cs no harm harmwill harmwilt harmwill
will be likely to follow Children Childrenhave Cblldrenhave Childrenhave
have in numbers of instances been beenhung beenhung beenhieing
hung in play by their matesand matesandstaid mates and andstaid andstaid
staid dead ever after so warn the theboys thcboys theboys
boys that a dummy is the only onlyproper ontyproper onlyproper
proper subject for them to practice practiceupoiu practiceupon practicetlpoit
upon
A Runaway Match MatchMr MatchMr tatchMr
Mr Austin Wnldron of Arcadia Arcadiaand Arcadiaand Arcadiaand
and Miss Iv iss Clyde ClydeSunuuel Summer of Dad DadCity Da Dade DadeCity < ie ieCity <
City were married in Ocala at at atearly all allearly anearly
early hour yesterday morning morningIt
It was a runaway match th thparents the thepar theparents
parents par nts of the bride opposing th thmarriage the themarriage themarriage
marriage on Account of the youth youthofboth youthotJoth youthot
ofboth ot both parties The bride is 16 16years 16years 16years
years of age and the groomis groomisbarely groom is isbarely Isbarely
barely of age Mr and Mrs MrsWaldron MrsWaldron MrsWaldron
Waldron have decided to reside in inOcala illOcala inOcala
Ocala for f r the present prescntMetropo1s prescntMetropo1sGoverJlOr presentMetropolisGovernor Metropolis MetropolisGovernor
Governor Broward stands for forvhat
Is good for the whole people peoplend peoplemd
nd will stand for no dictation dictationrom
rom the corporate corporate influence where
the peoples interests and cot cotporations COII COIporatloHs corporations
I porations x 0 conflict In other otherwords otherwords otherwords
words if you please he is the one onemanthat oneman oneiuait
manthat man that has occupied o cupied the Gov Governors Govetnorschair Governors ¬
ernors etnorschair chair during the post postseveral patseveral pastseveral
several years years that considered thepeoples the thepeoples I Ipeopl
peoples peopl s interests paramount to tothose tothqse tothose
those of the corporation c rporaion Brow Broward Broward Broward ¬
ard has never wavered from a asingle asingle asingle
single proposition that he told the thepeople thepeopl thepeople
people ou the stump he would fight fightfor tightfor fightfor
for if they would elect him him Gover Governor Governor Governor ¬
nor He has hl1 absolutely proven proventrue proventrUe proventrue
true to the people Never Neerhas Neerhastherebecn hasj hasjthere has hasthere I
there therebecn been a question as a to wherehe wherehe where wherehe
he stood on any question And Andthe Andthe I Ithe
the fact that t l t the corporations have havefought havefou havefought
fought fou btbill1 him all along the line and andmisrepresented andmisrepresented andmisrepresented
misrepresented him at cry turn turnis turnis turnis
is the best evidence that he is close closeto closeto
to the heart he rt and interests of the thepeople t the thepeople le lepeople
I Ithis
people The corporations even at atthfs atthis
this very time are spending thous thousands tpousGnds thouswads ¬
ands of dollars in an effort to toinjllrt toinjllrtGovernor injure injgreGovernor injureGovernor
Governor Broward with the people peoplebut pcopleJ peoplebut
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but their J efforts will fail as the thepeople thepcople thepeople
people know th tliir < ir object obje t is to kill killthe killtbe killthe
the bestfrieaid they ever ever had ill the theGovernors theGoverrlo theGovernors
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will open next ne tI1101lthThe mouth nnomtthThe mouthThe
The equipment of the State StateUniversity StateUniversity i iUniversity
University at Gainesville is isk being beingmoved belugn1 beingmoved
moved n1 d from Lake L lk City An in injunction injunction injunction ¬
junction WAS tried by the thclo Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City folks but it didnt dl hl t wprl wprlThe wprij1he wprliThe
The little boy I Lacy Dcas D is lls of ofJacksonville ofJacksonville ofJacksonville
Jacksonville who WhOWM was recently bit bitby bitI bitbyy
by a dog and al l sent by pubjiq I help helptothe helptotho helpto
tothe to the Pasteur Pn tQur Institute I11 1ui tltut tltutq off ofJAtJpnta ofJAtJpntafor Atlanta Atlantafor
for treatment developed de levcJQp vologed d hydro hycjrophobia hy hydrophobia < Jtq 1 1nlubla
phobia and will die
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Womlerway1 is the name namedecided nnruedecided nntnedccidech
decided uppui aa a baiug the most mostsuitable mostsuJtaQle i isuitalle
suitable for the amusement street streetat streetat i
at Jacksonvilles Carnival In InNovember 4 4November I INoycmbcr
November Mrs M E Drew a aliterary j jliterary fliterary
literary woman ability of east eastJacksonville eastJ eastJacksonville
Jacksonville J ckonvi1lc was the tllcprlze prize winner winnerin
in a contest ton test in which over 500 500names 500names 300names
names were submitted Mrs MrsDrew MrsDrew i a aDrew
Drew received as prize pr 7e ten dollars dollarsEditor dollarsn dollarsEditor
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Editor n itor Powell of the St i
Petersburg Independent i idently cvi cvidently evldently
dently dreaming of the past when whenhe whenhe t the
he gravely announces announces that the theState theState theState
State Fair at Tampa will be held heldfrom heldfrom heldfrom
from November 14 to November 19 19Back 19Back 19Back
Back in Illinois five days for a afair 1 1fair afair
fair may be a plenty but two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks is none too long for a aFlorida RPlorida aFlorida
Florida fair Its from the 14th to to29th to29th to29th
29th Brother
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The government is now offering
30000000 worth of Panama Panamabonds Panamabonds Panamabonds
bonds for sale Florida men will willtake wilttake willtake
take a considerable le slice shl e Henry HenryH
H Deane Deaneproprletor proprietor of the Pure PureFcod PureFcod a aFcod
Fcod Grocery Company of Jack Jacksonville Jncksonvllle Jacksonville ¬
sonville will take 400000 D A AMorrison AMorrison AMorrison
Morrison of Jacksonville secretary secretaryof
of the E 0 Painter Fertilizer Co
100000 and E T Holmes of ofPalntka ofPnlatka ofPalatka
Palntka 20000 20000i 20000The 20000The 20000Time
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The promotion of John C Lusk Luskof tuskof Luskof
of Jacksonville Disfrict Passenger PassengerAgent PassengerAgent PassengerAgent
Agent of the Southern Railway to tothesame tothesame tothe
the thesame same office in Atlanta while a awell awell t twell
well deserved tribute to Mr Lusks Lusksability Lusksability Lttsksability
a apaper
ability will not please the news newspaper ncwspaper ¬
paper people of Florida who have haveon haveon
on numerous trips found Mr
usk a one wiiom wiiomwe j jwe
we shall miss with sincere regret regretBut regretBut J JBut
heres h his good health r rlie
But res to may mayhe marhe
he live long and prosper prosperSt
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St Petersburg has ha been very verybusy r1 r1busy 4busy
busy busy during the dull dullseasbn seasbn getting gettingup 1 1up
up an advertising ertlsing scheme As a aresult aresult r rresult
result the progressive board oftrltde of oftrade oftrade
trade has appropriated 2500 to topay topitY topay
pay for circulars to be distributed distributedbroadcast distributedbrond distributedbroadcast
broadcast brond at ID il which whl h St Petersburg Petersburgand l land tand
and the Isthmian Exposition at atTampa atTampa
Tampa in 1908 will lit figure proms prominently promlnentlyG promsnently ¬
nently nentlyG Good od scheme And one onecalculated onecalclilated onecalculated
calculated to banish dull times timespermanently timesp timespermanently
permanently permanentlySecretary p permanentlySecretary qt1an nt1y
y yI ySecretary
Secretary Wilson I Hof of Washing Washington ¬ f fton
ton gives good advice whenhe whenhesays when he hesays
says that the people must 11lU t them themsalves themslves tltenmselves
salves see to It if they want whole wholesome wholeIi ¬ t ti
i some clean and good meat meatThe meatThegovernment The Thegovernment Thegovcrnmeut
Ii government only Interferes to see secthat seethat ee eethat
that the concerns which do an aninterstate aninterstat anI
I interstate business bu > incg are putting onthe on onthe onthe
the market proper IJro1 > er meats The Thelocal Thelocal lhelocal
local business must be looked after afterby P PI Pby l I i iby
by local authorities and and the de domauds demanda t tmnands
mauds of the th people themselves thel1l h r
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