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se W inr !-rj art as oJ 3- PAGE NO. FOUR FRIDAY, JULY TTITjI T A T a mrc a . - I1 . , riM NEWS, PALATKA. FT. A rri . " l-r-r . . ' 1 ' - i i i HET AI.ATKA IN F WS "e fays that before her marriage Mrs. I -"""fcv waa a vuuri, sienograpner, -ft U a v.-n.n.u k..:. . '.. .. ; $K what i.RAmvn ktatw - and Advertiser. Entered at the Palatka postoffice as mailable matter of the second class. Published at Palatka, Florida, on Fridays by RUSSELL & V1CKERS. $1.00 Per Year in Advance 117 South Second St. Phone 195. Wm. A. RUSSELL. Editor. THE VOICE OF A LUNATIC.' Last Friday's press despatches told of the explosion of a dynamite bomb . spirit. Gainesville Sun. on the senate side of the empty cap-! itol building in Washington. The explosion did little damage to the Voon o . EDITORS ARE SAYINC .. owuiaLc atL-uuui oi roe iarm operations, and the total cost of the j yield in 1913 was 24 1-2 cents ner 1 bushel. . . Two Millions in Roads All that was not needed for home' Tampa Tribune: The people of consumption was readily sold for $liPol,t County propose to outdo every per bushel. !u0U,".-y ln the Sou in ood rds ,. i building. Mr. Llhs says that Mr. W. B. Phi-! At the good roads meeting held at fer, living near Rochelle, has a coin Bartow, a plan was approved to rsk yield record of 127 1-2. bushels per 1 ?fn?nn lefction on a bond-issue, of acre. I ?00.u.0() or road-building alone. Mr. Ellis sn tw h i.'oo," "7. ,s esKmated that .o nmu.ii iiuicb ui roaa can be built ""Mfiicse, in living on a iarm if 'uuies oi tne proposed roads ur people could rid themselves nf "?v. a!! be?" adopted by the neonle the speculative and tret-rich ;,t- e1"6 districts of the county and THE CITRUS CANKER Ef SITUATION DANGEROUS oui M.-v sentiment seems to be practically unanimous in favor of the plan rv , , " lttl miles of paved roads I Pneapples moved north last week Polk Co.mtv will e(j ..... ,s' at the rate of 25 cars per day. none in the South and will have an oi incalculable value building, and no one was hurt, but ii Fiftepn h..,l,., i,:..i.. r..... i Th mtoMi .m .. .. , , ciivi niiiLv-iuur . , ""vi an uuier particu- made a noise tha woke Vv ashington lcars of melons had bee sh- d frQm lars are to be specified in the call for ami ecnoeu mrougnout tile iengtii and Florida up to last Fridav 7 st tne voters will know breadth of the land. The despatches of Saturday night News conies via. exactly what thev am vntin t tokl ot tne attempted assassination of I .....v..vo s.lh,.h ui iMniitt, io wwuiiMt mi assemuiing J. Pierpont .Morgan, with the capture plant, in Jacksonville. The ritv i to red-handed of the would-be assassin, j be congratulated. It sorely need- "The Wages of Sin is Death" wno, wnen ne woKe irom tne daze 111- lu ussemonng plant. n,.i 1 t n u i. r r-! I Oilr.ndo Reporter-Star: The four. ; " ' VI Z. Z r f ' J car loads of grapefruit an.! XL?. . between had also planted the bomb which ex ploded in the capital. His explanation of his crime w.;. that "he had conceived the idea t.i see J. P. Morgan and get him to u.- e his influence in stopping the exporta tion of arms which make von and me responsible for the murder which isj.7. gong on over there ine lunatic explained his planting resented by Hon. S. M. Sparkman of ter toll. 1..,. ..u.nu in uie national caoito . 1 amna. n Hr M,. .-. as the exclamation point to my ap-; contemplating seriously a retirement irrt'1.''1" " Politics to private life. Arcadia Enterprise: A mnn o. ..,11.. - . fitit' Plague Continues to Spread in Spite of all that Has Been Done. ' Orlando Reporter-Star: Severn! months ago a determine K,r,t against citrus canker was started in one of the lower counting TVi,,. ands of dollars and a great amount of human energy have hem pvnpnrli.ii in the effort to rid that. plague which threatens the citrus in (iustry. In spite of all t.W. w h done, however, the disease continues to spread, and it now behooves the growers and people generally of oth er sections nf FW,',lo ..n... lion to this grave menace. It i.S illlp l.f 'if"" ui u,c uangers 01 tins clis tv, t; tt..:. v. " . !uuu '.uaui enmusiasm has make light of the damn.,. nr ' tu' ,), of -te to the et thXtl, ZZ ? XtVtr S?VS te tff ,e. tor Co. is to establish an assembling KS bond-issue carried v a I.; ! the on tlL "i I,?1?!0,":. " Licanv unanimnns - u ..." , r "w" "iu, -Nine car loads of grapefruit and rZ ""r1 " ine ad between n fcioptuuii an,. Clearwater and Tampa Fridiv mVhr .!!' cars of oranges were shinned is a tnnir. nf T,f.l .. ?,ay niKht north from Jacksonville last wool- terest and rnntnine .', ,in" ss against a total of (!2 cars the :"lc! ePhatie that even the horror nf week before. Florida citrus fn.if Z.'S, .motllhed and turned to some , . ... s accou ii. it is unnecpss-i-v ,h pments will soon cease for this elaborate upon the details . and p'oin ,easn- ,the moral. "The wairPB nf .f ? -r, Z ' lleat,!l'' was "ever more terribly ex- The Tamnn Ti-ilnmo will ti emn fipr Tl, inuiy ex- ..... ui,ull, u, j,. iiino.-e patn of Diane of Lakeland for congress flall!anc',e can never be justified hv from the First district, so long ren- t ZJT. Lras itnd . is rarely peal for peace." Of course these acts were those, of a crazy man. Dr. ('leghorn, the iail physician, says: "He is in an extreme ly bad mental anil physical condi tion." Commissioner Woods sav I'TL . . :ie man appears to he menially u balanced in a state of utter m erallv from sizes up a political situation Marion'11'01" "'s. p"n Point of view. It' hi. divisionists ! ,,"1UKle ,ls governed, by church leuuo.y ousies ne is more than apt to mnkp If those people over j county who are county and are anxious to take s. from the old county with which to that his own issue wh,iW A !"a .' I create the new county of Rlovham cent t 'r not. But Ian lmnn,.f;.,i i.n'ii S'.'ill heed the words of wisdom wWh Public will agree that it is very up. and physical collapse." No man who Editor Frank Harris is letting fall, a J i ' -t0.say unbecoming has read of these crimes will doubt wllv' the' won't do it, that' for a moment but that Frank Hoit, their perpetrator, was crazy is crazy but, ,.,..(; see , .,; .;.. ,1 J''ol,lu! Jew by L. W.i to the sane 1 1"i''lei' "d W. J. Sams. This may, The Optomistic View- Anyway "this lunatic has called the H "'y 3 St0Vy: but U S0 i4 is a I Lnkelan.l Telegram: attention of the neonle of .hp ITnit , .T.an.a wortn- " e m I"'? 'Hw wn't be 9t-,tp,ii,.-.ti,. i i ' , ilmes-L.'mon s fish story column, tate (inectly ami m a crazy. criminal manner to the fact that we are su At the lotting fall, a good citize. . fokLy"' all. M'trs of one religious body to seek .un .image over a sister church bv picnic connected with the forcing an issue desimm,! : i..'l I'ourth of July celebration in New xtliU. -slsU!' church in the niaeW,.,, hymrna the committee served a 300 V !.ol'.cal wrangles and fi.e. noun,!. Tpw ti.h l.f .... , , , prejuuices. The Davis thi... V l c -ut" a bad I.....!, iui me saioon people of Florida . !(W., t u ? ""e 0f ,1,em ih f'ver at .ew Pmvrna the Baptist ,a,a- says that under that law .... V T .'""" saies tnirtv earnest mp.i ,!, .u. . . ' -- ,... ,.llvc llle inmresus ot the pitriio n, i it. i . ",ij"ii aim ine slate at heart. They have proceeded about the Work in a nnipt .irl !..: i ner without noising abroad the ca lamitous natni-p nf j: :,. j- J , vl n.sease ana ts diieful consequences. For months an army of mon h. a scientific and systematic campaign against the spread of the plague, let in rori.'i n ii ,. r OCit,UIls L1I(.y nave been opposed by bumptious persons who obiected to tho . i , . ""nui-wvi; metnous employed by them. It now seems u eyr, were not destructive enough Heretofore they have de stroyed only individual trees infect ed; it is now being considered as ne cessary tO C IPllf flip !... entire groves be destroyed when i'n- vli -l i , are touml ln them- This Will hkflv' lll'inir ft ... vet lt can hardly be doubted that if this method had Iipm o,i j .,,., -iiii'ii'.veii m tne OLllSet thp fnimim .1.. i- ... ii i , '"i"'-"' ".ci me aisease would have been effected without lu-Jf ative importance and we hope to see our people lend the plant board every Possible assistance in stamping out this dread scourge of the trees. Here's a Health Resort We class our store as an A-l health resort for the reason that we handle only strictly pure food products and handle them under conditions strictly sanitary in every particular. Our specialty is GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES CASH. Our guarantee is PROMPT SERVICE and- entire satisfaction or your money back. One trial will convince you. Make us prove what we say. C. H. Price's System of Stores 407 Lemon Street " Phone 318 Assembly Beach Hotel AN ASTASIA ISLAND, FLA. $35.00 RATES: $10.00 a week, $1.50 a day, month, Week-End rate, $4.00. Parties expecting to come should advise a few days in advance. Addre,. ASSEMBLY BEACH HOTEL, St. Augu.tine, Fit. Ill ir T P ) P11 C -i ml inn n .1 i i.'i - . 1. , ,1 T7- : . . . I 1 i j--..--- ... u,.u "luiiu.u.,, lu Lilt' dial r. JIM'!JI (' 1.11'C 11- h;iv L.i 1 . v... itJ; belligerent nations of Kurone that team and they m,.t i,,' '.. '11 LT. anil,!?av? :, Per month ics they may murder their cr.omies - i contest one da'v last wt .v.i. result' " ntp.nil'L"?... .edf.elj" l11' "still" them. War. is y,-h.de.-::)V mnr. Ihe Kniwnnal u, .., n, vis and would siwm tn 'i.n.... .' , ,aT ...... . .. i.j ... n i .iiiiM. i. ..... lu iiiuiitnu a Jillal ...... inni; ..ii, hi. nprp ,,, .u,. uer under the authority of nstinm edict. If the United States, wh.se multi-millionaires are adding to their mill it-ns by supplying the wo.nnii ar.d death-dealing explosives to these munkv-m'ul natioi;?, would :-'."p output, muyi e there v.-o'ihl he some chance for the "dove of peace" to find a resting place. J. Pierpont .Morgan, as agent for ureal, Britain has already purchase.! over $50i),0WI,iMu in war niunit:..!:::. in this country for exportation to the British army. Lately lie --was ap pointed agent for the purchase of war materials in this country for France, and it is authoritatively stated that during the month of June he made purchases amounting to more thai: ?50,000.000 fur that country. 1 e. Holt is undiiiiht,,!lv ,.--a-v .,-,1 -"'i!ii.-i.i ine second. rnis tions i.i as it snoum he: hase ha irimips should never be relied on to settle denominational disputes. calcula- .Mahlon (lore's Idea Sanford Herald: Mahlon Gore r-a-ny years ago was editor of a n. ho took a crazy man's way of call ing attention to an awful truth thi.t if the United States would. :m embargo on war mae-ials. supp.yin;.- we-ip-ns to the muiilerc-r the act would go a long ways in j i e tc-ring peace. ' "Out of the mouth i.f lobe- and sucklings," and lunatics, great trull sometimes escape. ." ku was editor o Jolm J.. Sullivan, ex-heavy weiii-lit I--' !n "r undo and did mm.l-. r.. A: champion pugilist of the world, is .thiU" ..f I'',0''ila- He retired from now touring the country in the inter- veu- ' 1 t ' ?, ests of the Anti-Saloon League. The inu'iicimi iff il S ,J l!s "f big fellow isn't a great orator, hut 1 e me takes his pen in hand to express has had a long and intimate acruiairt. ;, .e!1'.,ln Vw Papers. His latest is ance with booze a ,. can tell "youse SLrX6 mugs what's still hittin' de can what Dixie Hiirhw.-.v -,'lV n!.,,lh,"1.,tlu; de hell's de matter wid vouse." camphor tree's along the roa is , Kr-es many good reasons why the A correspondent of the Flori.-l-i ('amrnor tree would he -the l.pt" Grower has found a new use for Ed- .xJif.l 'dea. n,nst excellent and om salts; he says a tablesnoonf ,1 i"7'' " ' W county of them dissolved in a little water and Hifrhway. We could soon have applied to the exposed parts of the 8mu!.v Highways all over Florida' body externally will make the nns- r 'V. 0tne.tret's W0l,ld benefit the home, ,uitoes fly away. This may be an wars in L hZ A?.' the hgh' imni-m-pmpnt ,u i.i 1 ",c ""'"mer time t .... v... .... uill. 111 L IKll 111 , ' --way of applying this same solution i;i i;'eji-Uernally and which made the taker -UUlt flV .., ,1, n .. . ... ..-nil ine Illl'MllillUe-:. Teaches the Deaf to Convert Mrs. IVti-!- v i.'.'..i.i .. . ir,. ., . . , Ul 1 acmcali, Ky., arrived in the citv VVo.i,,,,..,!... m comtmnv with 1,.... ' .i , .-.v.. ..in inuLrier, Mrs -Mary-t. Lackore, who makes he, !ome m this citv. u-itv, i, ,i ,. ter. Mrs. W. M .:.?'.','... lL'auP'- i . . . ."-" 1 .l t aim wilt) niLS -i v,..u ng in Kentucky for the past two months. 1 in Iaducah for teaching dea,f chil 'iren to talk and understand the con versation of others and to pk,v o the piano or other instruments in i"Ct teaches t hum sn d,.,f go out into the world and mingle with other people and get along almost if .v i,u,iC as those who have , 'i"".'. nearmg. jt is sa , that ,i. .- , . i" "iic.e.u in uii de landing what is said about them hat their deafness is not regarded longer as a misfortune. the radiic-ili Fi-pi,. o . cent date tells of one Tittle' deaf rh! nr had been under Mrs. Field's raining illld who was given everv test by a reporter of that pane'" ho marveled so much over what had (Vi,. i ' :'al "e wrote a thiee column story concerrhr, wha he termed this "Miricle Child." ' .He sail.: "With her lips in nhin view of this child. Mrs. fiel W to question her. The child would re spond immediately with i i an-wer. U order thnt the renorter ni'ght test the child, Mrs. Field sue lasted that he question her. S -ked thechifd?' yU?" rel,'-ter "1-otirteen," she responded prompt- GRAND EXCURSION To - ATLANTA, MACON q a r Blf and VALDOSTA via T." " "Y- Monday, July 12, 1Q15 ROUND TRIP FARES FROM PALATKA Atlanta $6.50, ?Jaccn4.50, Yaldosta 2.50 REFRESHMENTS SERVED ABOARD TRAIN Call on Palatk Agent, for further Information, Ticket., etc. New .Masonic Temple. W. A. Edwards of he firm of Fid wards & Favward. :i-(.hiti.,.t.. r n lanta, Ga., was in the citv on Wed nesday in consultation with the i .uiKiinir conimitipp nf 11,0 n :.. order in this city relative to the pro posed new Masonic Temple which is to be erected on thp ,......,. quired by the order at the ' corner "of 1 Lemon and First strootc 1 Mr. Edwards spent the dav going 1 over the plans with the committee ' and left with nothing definitely ar ranged, though the plans met with u.e nearty approval of the committee except for some minor ', ', ,. "e uu'U"ng plans represe-it a oui (Imp- five etm-io u;..u 1 a trontaee nf SS fppi n i;...,. ...... . ..... -n , " hireei and oO on Lemon street. The builH- ng is to be of brick, lira proof and uglily ornamental. The roof will ho of Spanish, tile. Of course the con tract has not been let for the build ing, hut pnnmrh 1,, ... that the Mason of Paht-ve mind fixed nn ,1 l,n, n.. , i,, i, :m " oeiore :V"? nave it. mm tnat when that time comes it will be o"e that i they will feel a pride in "hemse Je I and ,n which all Palatka can reioW The plans Mr. F,Iwn,- l, .-1, . .u . committee contemplate n building cost approximately $-10,000. continued. The Irishman's Horses The Floridian, Jacksonville: SOME (ililvVr FLORIDA CORN VILLUS. Mr. Ceorge Ellis, who travels out from Cainesvilie, and is perhaps bet ter ac'iuainted with Florida farming than a iv man in the state, is telling seme remarkable stories of big corn yields. "Where dn "you lj-P?" '. "Princjti.n." s'm vnni;.... . ,.: "" iji.i.-u. Do vii' i!- ti.-'-o,-"" .1.. question. ' " "" ' I An answei to his wm n, ... ' nine. wnce wii-tni. x .... "I"" ! "me. an Irishman describing .h u "Pessary, for the u pan- of horses he was d, vi- . .f broad smile ac? clared they were so much alik4 he " i,' t nK' whi(,h couhlnt tell t'other from which- ' ! ' she W!,3rtial to the na- when he'd stnn. tn ,,-hin -A1 l,11(is as much as Bnv n,, i.. W0kil.?t..him" ' iS'IZ1 ""' Piano: nn.-, 1K ine case of the v,-r:- ! vniuiren er of Gov. Whitman, is beginning TTo? OVX hr 1S.11P n':it.,n,.. I 1.:. .... , , . .sl'eaK OI OAK. n;i(l thp H..,. tv ... ...... ..... i-, (u, . Pv linn P chn .. 1 ... v--- .'II.-. i IP III wni-c, .1. i ... . . "...ik uiaicn wui stiaip-ht- i . , . ""-i eai cniklrer Lieutenant ( has. Becker, ex-Xew York police officer, grafter and con victed murder, who.-e death seitence has been delayed for two weeks hv ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ESTABLISHED I sTe High-class boarding school for young ladies in eharj-e of Sisters of Joseph. Patronized by children of best Catholic and non-Catholic families of this and othor States Buildings splendidly equipped with all modern conveniences. Delight ful and healthy location in quaint and artistic Ancient City. Course 'borough, embracing all branche, requisite for a solid and refined education. Music, painting, Ian Suages. commercial course. Terms moderate. For full particulars write SISTER SUPERIOR. -an breast way imagine you are directmo- ... , others. " "o:e, n at him. "The wicked fiee. e.n vrnen no one pursueth." pays will' soon make a c ;rf his grafting, imnlicrti -!e iloes not want to die and carry th sins of others with him. He wants Corn Growing em to enjoy somewhat of the life Holmes County x i that has been his since his sins fonmt "The-e ,n-e s,. ' ; J lWtlscr she had heard all says most deaf t'hpn, . 1 u " the maforitv of ,r7n''P Un'fht lhe sil-' language wh ch she 'Mh f communication w hich she abhors and savs is ugly "d grotesoup. Iiv thp 'slY.l WAR LOAN FOR BRITAIN FOR THE UNITED STATES New York. .Vitiations were re ported in progress between British treasury officials and a group f ,PW Wk bankers for flotation in ,1,1.. him out Victo.i l i-s .....i.. . .. . : ...in sneak. writP Z 1 !,ld. ,'arn col,n"'-v " MO.0U0.0U0 British w at T'lc samr. loan. Riiui-i .li.- i ... . system calls fnr t,. . . . as lo me na- j Statement of the Condition of the East Florida Savings; & Trust Company palatka, Florida at the close of business June 23rd, 1915. time. He ti ... i 'i iu: irt.m iiiiprin i in.,-1,111. ,...-.... lie savs that Mr. T. T.. Mr,,lm ,. . . " i Will! .., ;i u .. . . ; '"n:" I'1'-''1 Jent of -Mexico who ,-,!,. u.iiii ne iui., nil v vh s . it i . . . . ........ L,i,-iA.,i jii.vi-- nirimi'h : u;e, a seaman, and knew r.oihinj of farm life, but ahout twenty year ago he lo-t his fleet of boats in a great s'.-vin. which put .. ,-tii; f his seafaring career. He im-rrie.: about thai time, after a vr v -oi,-;'!- ii tic courT upon a fr H; had ju t .is si Fo- in 'ip. an-.l the ig--oii studied ;p!e v. nen The t that '.vr;f. lion with the n-nn tn .u:..u .. . .. .. -.'"leiii cai ipiinei son n..,. . - , .... , .,1,,nlu,, wn ... ,u.,. tion at this tinenf'p1"!: .;": ' .,Mrs' Fie'' will spend I"" as 11 r f the re- eZZ"VLlaW, f-m- lo,ring f her Astern 73'? siratio-i. imnortant. is , . ,Je.!l,s v "eadily go over the so'stp, ...tit -vecpinir over his c n- "'ith a shaliow-vorkin, tnJ ' iZiti Inr-k'" . -Mi-to'e is what corn must h-ve r u t" manv '"se5 "10 o-ti- f,f h- nght now and you must see that" it 'JCl.T? "t is'followed hv an ' Ket ' Mtr every rain you should k tyVh"u ev"r- This is en. ,., go into your corn natch .-is s,,n" U,e .v ""oecessary and can he nvni,L e attem;,Ud to throw us down. fS"i f,.a:ld ',,reak the "'" that has ".;TL inK . such holidays -ii.. i uii. nun even if nn ...ne ,,MU nrecant.nn ilel.,L- ...i.. i .... . ' """ occurs w.i t pv nf .....iiv uu- ls sam to .tinemcrt in EI 1'aso jail. He -ivc i I,,,-; v . ,d as "a gentle-: that ,v:- ".-'.uh. not bct.-ay t'le neat ;; i:---'.s ol tiiis country. :ir,l :l'.d like a common i some sources it i.i.iuor:zeii lint ki ii.ir- .,.., ... $r.,000.0l)0.000, while in other (manors it was said it would be a separate loan bearing interest at 5 per cent The proceeds, it is sai.l, will ,P ett m America to be ,l,-;i against bv the ltntish governm.-nt in the pur chase of war munitions I u:lui I- b M0, :-:.u- (;n t-ie : '..:n;-e. he ga; co i n i.'.-."n, e be tl; ' . made the sel.cti- ns from ears, from the mo:-t lol and as a resuli every ye:: larger yield. In from 2-1 aci-es he garn.er- e:l i'2' bushels by actual measurement r.n weight. In l'.H'! he gathered, from -40 acres. 2,000 bushels. From 4 acres of oats Mr. Hodgson harvested 480 bushels. Mr. Ellis vouches for these figures. Chicken Thief Wrote Verse A f!. .1 . - . -.ii-i ;i'.;m nun .. . .. -.. .... ..,. oi-(-ii' ,. . - i.iiniv uiiiv "nci I tn ii in v nn. n in. ;. ;., .'.. i..... i 1 w. ! ... , , 'Otild stir the soil once p-iV-h ., Known purity. Never r ' Birn,i,.,,,n 1.. " . " " c00n ln - ... .i.e o.:(,s or Lncle Sam. eeK. '-'.er tne source of which you do not left .T " 6 cmcKn thief has littie ,-ympathy f ,,M,tf . "P ur. cultivation until the -ilk 17 ,0 ',e ""Polluted. fo""''vl"g ,!ole: "Lord, have his old murderer. ,d,'v. " th,e eal' 1)0 not follow the " out,fop a dav's holiday it is n. ?l?.on, ',ny fou1' how many chickens old s!,p-shod method of cultivating f' "! m"-tr ,take -"ough wafer ,a 6 1 S,0ie' !:,st fht and the night many tunes and then laying the " the P-lo basket Moderate JrZ b!fore' back toniuht and lhe exn !s TI"? ln. ch , 'I?-' r'' -inis h , --no iKi oe a nart nf ,.,. : .- KKmi i('R( 'Ks .is mill ..,-oU1iik v-nlnill,. , , ' ' " 111,1'L'O.H! 'n.'' iro,i,,,u,..r j;,,, k, - ...... , . ,in ... i,om i'.'.ii.i u M l.-r ' S.U-'.S. I'litiis M.-i ,.i. ,"i',"" 1,--I.VJ. '' I'-i-k-i i i . mil'-!- :.. in l''-n.i;N,,',,,L,'n'1 ,u'" ""'' H--"M'l 1 llfu.inl 1I.M4 .'..il I.V.iVti.i'.i ' "I'il.ll si,-k '-'ni-.s tli 'lu, Kuinl . ' "'" ui'-.! I'rolllH, ., A IH-HS.-S l.lll. I'llynhl,, .i SI-'. IS .(I.IBU'.tl" IVl.MM'.lHi C.ore Fruits Should Be Used know ,, rt!:"""" !:0W f"vpoopl0 i trr , wi:u 1 va,u r ot com. 2.on fruits , ,d veg, tables What a P.tj na.re fruits and fruit juJces arR ei.nm.'ateu. Ao c,-o si,0.ul " as ion" as thpi-n ; - .... of a few more cultivations helping k II kppn tha ...... , - . . -in;.- COOl Mioi.Ki tie a part of eoii'nment. When an outing- is nf ..,. . i irot.'on n"d i- is f h -, 14.T10 07 -. i.iiB'.tf '-"1..1T.:.S ws.a.ii.(j sj4,ii7n...-7 4' 2 H .Vl.ll O.IH) IW1.S42.1S IDEAL PLACE TO SPEND VOUK VACATION. ''"''.vi I'.,,,,;,,,,. AllHl Vl. u I, . h.'..l,v,,e 'r. ,1,;1 '-'""l-v er thai n' knowl,. lcZin i ,"' tu the best of Less In the Dark. Fming a prisoner only J10 for kiss- ct.ne. t'.e .-mlge taM lt ,.,as worth no I "ore, as the fc:..s v as delivered in the ' '"Wehottled water confine Summer Haven. Florida. cold tea or cnff W''Uer' or 'erk. Mrs. Jas. M. Bryant is prerared , H-orrp.-,. - .... r infiin;.j. . vw c . . hnnrnp " " . " ." "u V l" dimmer M li. .-J. .. W.irn , . - . "i ADAMS, 'ee-i'rvaideut. Ti-uii,.ps. Bacon's Good Attvlce. Let states that n,, . r. .... , care lor , ... eieainesa nt-mopr clear watpr ,0 kn.j ... " nee.r now their nobility and .ren- wys pure water. Mnn,, " f'T . . ' "na "ow 18 the time "y niultmlv too fist r r... clear roadsirln cn--, .-. ' ,, . ' "l rranpements if von ,.-i.-i. woods if you ,oave your sUdd e-o' nrkling ook ofte n 'JZlUTy. " s popu ! "11 Int :,:,,, n7 Zir rt" horne diseases thsmnr hn , n.1''. bthing a.,d ! 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