Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Subscription-For Year $1.:>0; ,ix .Months. 7;>c.-l'i:''>:''it>le in Advance.. K.: s.-Matthews: ,;i ..n n.'.
Established: 1879.

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STATE-- -ROAD-- --13- C Challenges Corbettj j CONG. R. A. GREEN OF FLORIDA I "Dirt Farmer" 1 DEATH DOOM b.: 1."


(;uest of Educators: OFF FOR TIME -, "
Short Koutc from Jacksonville\ to : I, )Is spcci.il S .5 S C S S S S S S C S CCS -

Nearing Wa.au | At Mayflower Hotel, Starke Chamber' of Commerce' '
Tampa by I Dade City up
I I Washington, I). C. S meets. ever) 'I'hur"'Inillht' at ,,"e W AShungtuutItu'uuring!: (II Npt'I"l'ruMp"l'l"
: Completion. S the City Hall.\ 1'.H'r)' citizen of llunitiiiKMarch
i ( By R. Gates, Special Correspondent.} C U expected to IK !
of the- town
3.-Word has!' been 12.
March )
I I ade City, .
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received that only one mile of State i \ Washington, Feb. 28.-At a dinner present. H o'clock. .
I- forming the JacksonvillaGaincsvillo 55 : at thp !!Mayflower hotel attended, by S C S C C S CC AI'PEAI" TO IIICIIKU(: : .
Road 13, Lawtey Stur'te' leading educators of tho United States COtlKTS! IS ritOHAULK) .J1J.J1Jh'e
cut-off by I", 'l.F m I.It OF HIGH.WAt .
1 Canada und, Great Britian Congressman /: N
ki mod Waldo' i is expected to be completed 1 10 1 l'U'II'I.F.'I't: dibbn Order. I'i't.it;i.iut.'r's Attorney! toPrrparp
within the next week, if present I U. A. Green; of 1-'lorifioL.wll8 preic. ,4 l
Brief on ('list'.
I 1 of Dr. Charles
continued. Only cut as! the Rp'ciaIJeup"t Oiled
rate of progress' la Finished. Portion huts Kern preparatory
at the end W, Carroll. president of the Associnti'd t., Putting on .... ,
one mile of the highway, .11I..k"011 v iI!o. Fi-li :W. Prospects
section of concrete Exhibitors (,f thu National Education Surface. convKteil!
of Duval county's I Slag that Abe Washington negro
road remains to bo paved and with Association, and supplied) the oru. ,,murder, woul.l l pay I tho penalty of J
.. rock moving freely it is hoped that 5, 1 tory of the occasion. lie took for his Delay in getting rook \in sufficient dcntli on tho gallows. in tho Duval
finished by February 1 subject. "A Great Civilization Built quantities still i I! hold. up work on state
: tile job will be 5 ounty jail on March 12, were completely to.
S i I Through )o Education," and tracing thedevelopment I highway 13: near !Maxville, accordingto : following
; 27. dispelled yesterday 1 5if.
of thetJnit.rd half
4 and
progress : re-ports. Approximately II uaa
is the Baldwin-Cedar the I hearing of arguments by Circuit ,
No. 13
the Atlantic to the down! the
States from mile cif 1 during
and tho section be. a >I.e11" put .. Judge George Cooper Oibh on the .
Key state hiGhway Pacific stressing: the fact that Amer I past two weeks, and, setting a date for .
and Gainesville is tho \ hnbpu corpus petition filed, by the do.
tween has been brought road! has been 10-
ican of the
greatness/ even the completion
short cot between Jacksonville and all According to W. J. Banldn a j' T O. Ix>wden, former governor fendant. The hearing lasted for several na
education cnnneited with
in central and south Florida farmer of Nampa Idaho, James J. about by the splendid abandoned by everyone of niinels has a 4,500 acre farmneir hours and a decision is not .xppctvd -
I points her youth. lie said that the trend of I the project. I II Illinois to which he ida S
of the St. Johns riven. It had Corbett. former heavy weigh Oregon, for a day or "I). --
west early as last May ebampton said h* would fight any progress, development, riches and fortune I The completed part of the stretch Ibetwl'.n t appllee "dirt farm" methods. Mr. It also wan declared a certainty
t j been completed as westward Maxville has. I 'n.
or older when he seventy-five years ago was Highland and : Lowden manatee the immense
60 Florida
of several miles man years yesterday that the supreme
2k except for a stretch Maxville at the himself reached that age. Corbett but now it is southward. He ; been oiled during the past few days!, treat leaving the,actual farming to court will hear the cuso before it it-
between Highland and it new 60 and Rankln who is 78, admonished his. hearers to "carry their in readiness' for the final work of putting ten 'nsslsUnU who are both col- also th
is \ It l Is possible
Duval county line. Delay by the con- and weigh 200 pound wants to fortunes to tho fair southland and to on the slag surface. It !l is not ': \Vg.-br.d sad tons of the toU. I dispolleufo, idly
tho United States court
tractor in beginning operations was fight the expugilist.OFFICERS I reap the ripe harvest through safe, likely the work of surfacing will start -' --'-- I supreme
be culled on to decide" whether, ,
by the railroad\ eynbargo may 11-
followed S development and progress. until tho entire section has been, com '
the movement of GIVEN I Washington will hang or die in the
which prevented itt
rock. The distance between Jackson' NAB MANIMPERSONATING I Continuing Mr. Green aald: I pleted. _ I BOOTLEGGERS i-U'ctrlc chair following his ronvlc- ,

ville and Gainesville over this highway "My: good friends, when I think of' MAKING:' PLANS 1'"OItNSV.I. 'JOLT BY PROHIBITION I lion of tho murder of II nr rl'u hereIn id
30 miles shorter the great: stretches of the black land i 1022.
is approximately
than via Lake City and High Spring COP of Texas, an empire within itself, the .\ FLOWER SHOW( OFFICERSMONDAY i In tile absence of Stiite's Attorney! C 10,
rich plains of Louisiana, the fertile "hnrlM.. Durrani hlx r -
of this road assistant. '
The early completion One of the must pleasing! events!' of I !e
means much to Dude City and all the Alachua C'ountyuthorltle... Capture; lands of Mississippi, Alabama and last summer in Stnrke was the flower Ion L, Ferris und Judge, Ira Cotter.issisUnt 'a u

other cities along/ the west coast of Bill Thrift Who hen Iteen HoldingUp Georgia and that wonderland, that show given by the Bunk of Starke. Four A Ih'Kl'dhhu'r": of Bradford attorney< general, Hpnko for u
v South Florida. It is the shortest and Motorists Starke- haven that fair proud state of my' It i is the intention of tho managementof Held 1 Without Bail in Ju" Jail 'I .ho state anil! <|iiotcd authorities as .*
) on
between Jackson. nativity, that the greatest one in the to why the! judgment. of the court
most direct route another of these
the hank to give
i yule, Tampa, Brailcnton, Sarasota, Ft. Gainesville! Itcmd. I world, Florida, I am prone to digress'and delightful affairs thc coming summer Fur Trial in I TampnFrom t Washington .should, IIP bunged.! Ie

l Myers and Plant City, by way of made by the Alachua I trust you will go with me for The show will he held about! the middle iffiorts reaching i Starke fromIninosvillc ihoiiul l IIP carried out The conntitulon d
/! Gaincsvile\ Ocnla, Bushnell and lade An arrest Tuesday will likely just a few minutes into this stntn of .June Details will IIP unontie- (; I piohdiitioii. slciithshn ; I of the stati" was quoted an pro.riding ". 4
The entire road is now hard! county authorities wihch has had, phenomenal .development .. that the lepeul ,or amendmentif ;
I City. end, the "arrests" of oil 11I1l.r.I'rinr'. \\ last Monday\ algaL Imirned ixloc'ii I U 1-
bring to an many '
surfaced and in good condition with whopas"e,1 and whose prosperity, progress" came, with Miih a mid.Ion alleirc-d! liunlleggcrs. I in Bradfonlund any statue clue's. not affect carrying ,-
the exception of a small distance" between motorists! himself by! a off motorcycle to his victim man ns and, building will be perpetual.! burnt. of glory that (he- bank telegraphed Ahlilma c-ountu-H, left I that cilvVcclnesday 1 .nit tho provisions
Ocala and Gainesville! which is and in this capacity collected Tells of Florida. its i order for giant zintii.iSIM \ fur Jacksonville, with i the repeal.S. .
under con8tru tjon.! Upon completion an officer fines to the extent of their ability "This great state during the past il I Monday' so I theladien may begin I I..ur 1 Bradford 1 I county prisoners. Tbc-v' i D. :McGill.\ negro/ attorney for I
of the present highway program in Complain. wi-n- made nfthp few months has doubled her popul.i- their I planting' within the next few n-p' Chosloy Fogg, .1. D.I CieWM, C. G.I ,,Vn,hington Mrrfcspil( ,I |I''lu f mil I '1u rest'

Pasco county.; the distance by this to activities pay. of ( his "officer" and! I lion, tr-lded, her bank deposits, built dll)'''. It is expected, thnt the seed willrenCh ''''W'' nnd ArtieHunter I I all I I of the I "if I thn lpglsl.it, lvi> ,act i hanging, tl'nrm ,. ,1 i I

route between Jacksonville: and Tampa set for him, but until Monday; : : mure miles of roads than any other the bank not Liter thnn next (lli-iiham: ) Helium, in tho I soiilhern. pur- 1 'if capital iniinsliiiii-nl,, in Klordii iI iI
will bo shortened nn additional 10 traps evaded, these attempts I state in the Union and! has!' now an. Mondav and they will be given out immediately I ion of tine.unity, and/ accord.ng\ .. Inlispiilchpsi ." I that "banning: iilmllitlipd\ in _
ho successfully
miles.-Dnde City Banner. \ him. Thp Gninppvillu I D.nly thorl/pil a rond! building program of to the lailios! who cull for I I u I fi-inn" CuTiieMville: i I they will I I' 'loricln( The ronxliltitntntl. right ,
--- .*-.-- te. !land: carried) the following I I $I87, 100,000.) It has increased-,\ I them and nprroo to enter specimen" I" I lu-ld in I tho Jacksonville/ jail until 'if I tin' defendant were ii Iso dmcllHHcdind .I'n. 1! .
"'UHmI.EI: ; cumIE:' I. Sun of Tuesday of his by Chief of Police. wealth approximately $r>,l)00fli)0,000.) ) )( nt the show to hI' given in June t lrl.il: I is culled" ( in i the southeastern, clisIrict ., Juilgp (iihliH: instructed tho pollIOIICT'S I.
nEW Ill'IiT IN:' WRECK ill-count It has! led l the nation in its house bti.ld-; This year as' last zinnia>* will be the I fuilornl court i in Tampa' II I ntli>fey I to pic-pare'i u brief i

I NEAR FA Hi (;KOH.M) > Brooker: ing mid school building I'ro' rlun. Last main fonturo, of the .hnw, but other Thc di iIuiuti. h inldod).! .! further that I fciillirr, covering the (-rfoc't of repeal- .' \
The car.whieh hut(! been madly zIgzagging I your her high schools enrollment, increased features may be ml.lod, so loc-nl flower ,,'u(' sf t the (Crews brothers 1 who? resist-. 1 il.j stnlules not poHsc-Htiing' .HavingsIIIIIMCH i :
Were To Take Part..ln Program ; down the road, slowed, down. l over three thousand; her twu phoulds< not neglect other Vii.i "..d Li''T'IIt.VII" slightly injiiri-d in t the' ..' such an t tinproKpnl Florida:
Stnrkc Hitch School UUllllin ;3hp rider of the motorcycle elsa< i state Institutions! of higher learning, grower net ion. 'it I truiTKlo I when the1 officers!" siicce'c-dod, aw IH. ,described" to I".. !

28.-Fi'e nu'inbe-s slowed down,! to make an arrest. Suddenly -\ wore among the six of the IHI tI onIIhuwinA' i Ladies from all part!' of thp county in vvri'stling I i n lit rgs.' revi,lvi.r" frinii I' "'II"hi.tllll.i .,: i convietod!, < ,I.ur. fir"t.Il'- .
Gainesville, Feb. the motorcycled.ishpd' on with tho highest percentage of in invited to secure zionist seed utthe I him. .1 I. D. Crews" pload, guilty hifciri'County ,l-ri-p murder by a Huvnl I county jury
Florida Glee( I nro
of tho University of amazing speed and the automobile of 1 Florid I in 1 I'.IJM!: sentenced, t to hani Thosupremo
crease. The University : Bank nf :Stnikc;; and tnko part in Judge Gardiner; October) 2:1.:I was /;
Club were injured in an automobile forgot to zigzllJeIn" tore out madly : <>,M> regular court affirmed" tho t lower
now has i pproximnteljv2, !he show. 1 1'J"I! :! ., when hi' was iiirnigiic-d,. charged
wreck last evening near the fall'In'oumls after it. It was a case- of 'tng, you'reit. ,several, I months later
students whit its sister, the Florida ---- with\ I bootli-irging, and I paid n fmt ii nI court ,doc'i islun '
while\ on their way to Starke .' I State College\ for Women has. about 1- ttll.I. PLACE: MOrOltCVCl.KOFFICER! I costs. nf $1 ru. If bo is, foiiml, guilty but no ,donh warrant was ever inHin'd.At .! I. \

to stage a musical program.; Stuart I Chief of the County Police Bill 001)( regular: students.Vithin ten years ON DUTY I ..n I'eiloral' coiiit, this will constitute. I till' regular session nf tin-. legislature I
Austin, driver of the cnr, was seriously Brooker was behind the wheel of the these' will be the two largest institutions his second" uif1t'ii""-, which.. it is unilorstooil I in I li.M I! : : nn act was passed abolishing
injured, it l being reported late car, anil riding tho motorcycle was! \ of learning in the world. Sheriff Epperson: ( I is completing carries II pomtentinrv Hi-ntt-m-p" hanging 'an t tho form of oxocii.!
last evening' that he suffered a con- Bill Thrift. whom police have siispert-\ Everywhere throughout the state th" plant for putting on a motorcycle officer I All four of the I mc'ii, arroste-d, in this lion t i in Horidn anti, I the- oloolric" 1 chair

c-UBsion of the brain. I i (-"I for two weeks", of being the one who mall frame school building, has given I to assist in patrolling state hlj'li- i county were. immediately taken to wiMitiitod.Several,t I'a.

The remaining four injured students has on dozens of occasion held) up I II way to a magnificiont permanent WilY thirteen in Bradford, county. In I lininesvillo; i I I te> he turned over t to the-t :: weeks uiro (;iovornor John
are Clayton Fralick, W. H. B?_ II motorists on Alachua, county's hll"h-I school building), and numbers of her I mnny cases if the. offender" desires tn'', fe-dc'i-al'' nut huritil..., inasmuch us thc-v '\". Mnrtin, siirnod, A ,iloalh warrant
hen, A. L. Clayton and, .1. R Miller. ,I ways impersonating nn officer school have become consolidated, und make his get-uwny he dues no with i I wc-ro not rc-siilonts of Alm'hlJ"lIullly/ providing I that Washington should be

The sixth of the glee club! member, I I tracting bonds us high a<> $">0 from .I am pvnuil, to tell you that she is i small chance of capture especially' "'oMHO 'I I Di-puly CoininisHionc-r' E.; I D.I Tumor cdc-i-trociitod.I W. A. I ll.illowc'B I .1 r., and
his nnrie being reported, as Ferguson, ithl'm.I forging to the front in her education, -I the leltllllirnit 1 I of speed. I was raisid on inHtriiclions! from Jac'knonvilleor :Miles i !Lewis i u. attorney* for the negro S

escaped uninjured. Thirft i is held' in the Alnchim county : her industries, her moral and her spi. I ,I to \t.r miles. an hour. State romlthirteen ,"'r'd them held for I trial nt Tampa at t tin-I t time'I saved, ,I him I from I flip rdec.trie .
The accident occurred lint: evening; I jail tonight' without bond, on a itiml mutters."A \ I ix patrolled! both north und, .ind ii Itha''lieu: I they had I employed Ced.Evans : e'hilir.i when t they .instituted hnh-
about 7 o'clock on the r.,1, between charge of speed inir and rock loss. driv great land it is where the cot south of Bradford county by motorcycle : ll.tile I I i thp I dispate-h I ,"Id'd" thoattorney ens (corpus prciccpdinin' i on lh I .. ground I ,

Gainesville and Fairbanks when the I ing. ton grows whiter, where the corn I cops.___ ___ I I was unaldo' to secure' theirrelease that the cln-nt could, not legally I be
ear driven by tho University! student locks more sunshines in its! sheath, e I hondo i-lpi-trni'iitpil. us hp had, IIPPII Hen I unei'th
I According, to Chirf Brooker, Thrift i iI buildinft on I
\ Avon Park January permits
driven bII.. R. -
into another ,
ran cnr : where the tobacco gets more urom.i 1 werethat I thc> twelve arrests I lo hang. aol, were" uplicdd by .Iudn'
who driving hn* been practicing his. little hold up totaled $(;:tmf2i.the ; Reports
Fowler, of Lake Butler, was .
strawberry (:ihhs
nod, all from the rain, where the in Altichiin county, only one hadboon
to Gainesville with his wife, children I effort game for about pin him three down months have failed. and watermelon transform< the midnight that world was growing/ better, unable to arrange' bond, ono had Thp governor I the-n ..",m',1 .another .

r and sister to attend the Baptist I The matter to was!' kept strictly among dew into sweeter red juice, I that tho alarm of so many people been discharged for lack of pvide-ncp, death warrant, substituting banging

revival going on at the present time.Fowler's tho police of the city and county, andalthough where tho vegetables prow greener : about the welfare of the present generation -'! nd another, entering! a plea, nf guilty as the moans e nf rnrrying out the sentenen -
party escaped uninjured. several traps have been laid und more productive, where the' orange was all unfounded that ho had received u fine of $lO() and costs nf death after c-onferring; with
Too much lights is reported, as the for the bandit he escaped all of them. give sweeter perfume and, !I had no fear of thn future of tho present I ii nil ::10) days I in jail.i I J. 1 II.I I linger I ofWaldo Attorney enc'rnl;; J. I.. .lohtmon. To

cause of the accident. The students'car Lost night a"*! the chief was visitingthe fruits of a richer gold, where the phosphate generation or of America', great captured on what i I.* ,suid 1 t" IIP this warrant !Me' Jill, t thn neirro ntlorncy -
was almost demolished, turningover Nelson filling station on business mines belch forth 80 per cent' ness lie Anid.. the time would como I ,'nil l "ff<'fl"o in Al.ichua/ county also filed II petition" for a
several times after atrikingFowler's not pertaining to! the enforcement ')f of the nation's supply, where 10,000( I I soon when tho Constitution of the wai- rcdpasc-d on bond. I writ of habeas, corpus on the'. grounds,
car, which escaped with only law he Thrift coming down lakes add themselves' to 1.! OO miles :I United States would! be I observed inspirit of I wording< of t thp mt of jpgisla-'
the saw
II few scratches. fronts sufficient March 2.As the t li Hint. hanging shall ho abolished,
the road. lie quickly hid, behind the of sea const making water and in letter that only recentlythe Gainesville, roslllt lure
The injured glee-club member" are to accomodato the nation monarchs of the world had seen I nf the raids conducted, in i this I and -- e ---
In. filling station\ and waited nil Thrift 'I'IM :''Ii t"110: ( \ 111>1
being/ cared for at tho University
where the pine tree towers skyward constitutions. scrapped, their Bradford tnuntics last inrht, sixteenpermirm
firmary. Dr. Tillman, physicimi' in II drove up for gas. When Thrift proceeded their of < shelter her rich behind the' bars
clown tho road, Officer Brooker und yields lumber to czars, emperors, kim:' und the roy. ,nrn now
charge, refused to make nn offil"1"tat..ment where the Alachun jail and, ,(\.11) gallons .
started after him in his roadster. He and poor many springs ally fleeing for their heads but that the county ICridc' I'TOIHIMCM' Ac-remit N-
last evening' concerning he kept behind him until Thrift turned ye including Silver Springs at Oca. the Constitution of thu United Slntix of illegal, good and bud liipiori I Itiver ut KdwardN: : Bridge.
condition of Austin, but he irtim ited 1 In, Marion! county. which displays the was tho "greatest chain of words ever are now being held us evidence., A nil
into nook about three miles thi side
that the other victims of the accidentswere of Waldo.a When thp chief saw this he most gorgeous rhapsody of nature assembled by the thought and pen of I vid"ncP.-w'II, boys, it's there!! Looks! At tho moetlng nf tho bond trilstis

rot dangerbusly Injured!.-- I stepped on the gas and wnbblpcl about !thnt the eye of mortal man has everbeheld man thnt it wouM) forever exist. ami like a full-grown I brewery. The jailis he-Id, Tuesday the, cpjcstion) of a new 1IS 1IS'a

Gainesville-Son.C .-.------ the rood as if he were drunk. Thrift anil gushes forth enough transparent be upheld."-Timns.Union. filled, up with both prisoners nnd, brute: fI'rOqM New River to bo built
NEGRO CAPTL'REDny-oF, I followed.On sparkIng and l God given fluidto liquor.A I I jointly by Bradford, unit Union counties -
each Washington, Feb. 21: ,--Approval has County Kngmevr Hill,
FICEKS PROVES INNOCENCE: :' furnish five gallons per day to News representative wan. carried mineup.
I through Waldo the Ironical of the m.OOO.OOO: ( )( souls in the United been given by the secretaries of war to the jail this. morning by one of the I of Union county, furnlshc-cl the 'hoard. ,
Nt'lIr,1 chase proceeded. Then Chief Brook their eel, interior to amendment proposed I with thp nieasuroments and
Fitted Description if Georgia States, where the oaks festoon! dry nliiiiths nnd was given an opportunity recpiircd
er decided to raise the curtain on the the by Representative U. A. Green; of committee appointpel .
Wanted for Murder. Spanish mos and mingle with to witness this unusual sight. figures, nn,11I was
next act of the little drama. Ha stop weeping willows and, overhoho Florida to the pending bill to n'j- Jailor Turlay keeps all tho doors lock-, to go into the matter and report at
Police Officer Alvarez and Thorn- ped. Thrift almost stopped. but recog- .. I to poll .
"iks of the song tanv-d tic thorzi! the war department unH! theta Isn't H 1 I n 'iet regular meeting.
"d ton
ton halted) .. Nash touring car Sun- nis-ed hiq '"vie. ind proceeded, ," f- 1('" river t" t t.iiy 'iiplu land antut. -* f i' ... ... ..tirn:: '.-.,-,. ? -if
d'lY" "-d! nlaopif nnp (>f the) *.... nil* emm-iic HIens ,,,.-,- .". :tiun ot permanent bat his "peppers.' I for a grade.? Foul v leave. rond II int )
.... ,-arrest, holding him or per second l thp tires of his motorcycle which to be retained slipping by ,
nogriiuB ) and f um..n p im -i.u, j br'ght;:: rack"! at posts are themselves, Frank A. Sweexy's placp, run cast
suspicion of being wanted in Savan would make on the smooth as. hued roses, the violets, the Easter lily under the Green amendments, Unknown to anyone but toward Clay county imp, mile and
nah, Ga., for the murder of a street I I phalt pavement.The I and many others paint their hues! upon which wore proposed l by the second, I and the head officers in officials Tampa,have the thence south to intersect, again with

car conductor over a seven-cent fare. chief endeavored to close tho a carpet of green, but above all my district. congressman ut a hearing before prohibition enforcement for road I 10. Another petition! was re.
The description fitted him so perfectly gap between them, but Thrift got friends! is the wonderful cooperating the military affair"! committeeFeb. been operating in Alachuu county ceivpd for n. graded remd from road 12

that the Georgia authorities were across, the Bradford! county line. spirit of her great cosmopolitan! cit !' ) 4, and which were referred to the I several days -and their of efforts hnnl"! were lust to road, 32.r Both petitions were grunted
wired to come look him over. He was Art II-Curtain rises! on Chief I II I izenship." ,, department* by the committee.The ri'wnrd'vl In the series I with the understanding. that. fifl-

released Monday after tho arrival of I Brooker sitting by the wayside at the I S Allays Alarm. I I rights of Florida in land originally nlp-ht. foot right-of-wiiy would be .secured!

the Chatam county sheriff who declared Bradford county line. Motorcycle approaches -,I Judge Green then told his! hearer ('laR"l'a"! swamps! and over The carefully planned raids carried and iopcled to tho county, and that ,
he was not the fugitive. in distance. The chief makes I flow would b" preserved and Its school their operation as far north as Bradford these roads would 1 bo built when the ,;\
The darkey carried the Georgia of. I motions for motorcycle to stop. several occasions told him he might system would he entitled to 5 percentof I county, where four alleged liquor 'present system provided" for In the '
ficers back with him to Jacksonville Thrift-"What have you got me put him on the police force in orderto the proceeds!' of the sale of land law violators were taken into custody call for bond, election were completcvi.i t.( :
where they left by train for Savan for?" hold! him in Alachua county until ha which originally were withdrawn from Thp other twelve persons were arrested The secretary was"! instructed' to p-
nah. He established his identity aa ''I Chief boil with raie\ and the curtain could get the goods on him. the public domain. The amendment, in Alachua county. I I i 1 take up with the state road department
an employe of the S. A. L. Railway at drops with Thrift thinking it ov. I The police had many times re. If written into the bill In its final Bought "Shine" Themselves the condition of the shoulders

Jacksonville and was on his way to I er behind the bars. celved' a description of Thrift from form, wil moan several hundred thousand The dry law officers today stated along thn cement stretch! of road 13 t'
Waldo when he was arrested here, on Chief Brooker said that Thrift talk- victims who had been arrested. He Is dollars to Florida, Mr. Green believes that the arrests were made as a result t from Maxvillu north toward, Baldwin.! $

a wire from Baldwin stating lie fitteda i ed in a guilty: manner when arrested, I slightly taller than Chief Brooker, a* there are at least eleven of their own efforts, they having[ .
description of the Georgia negro for he had stopped him many times weighs! between 160 and 170 pounds, military reservations in Florida which bought: all the liquors confiscate St. Petersburg-$2,130,50u:: ) worth of

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...'2y 525ZSZSSZS"t575tSZ525SISry! ai2S2.5i52.5i! !. u' a d5d525L525t'525 I were visitors to Graham Sunday
; Mii" I'uil"! Hn'l' "tv-nf! Wednesday Commissioner Rhodes To

r :ht with friends at Hampton.
BradfordiHigh School Journal I j Muss: Ruth Denninson and brother,

'J'/ ubt',. "f Hampton wax visitim:

I I n' emitIK-' 'Wednesday evening" Meet With The FarmersI

EUGENE fcdilor F" I _
kdltur-ln-t Mel I
Kev W T. McQuire filled his regulur I \\ like to announce In the g rowers of this county that Mr.

In south< Florida a golf ball was i appointment nt the Christian Rhodes, State Marketing Commissioner, has promised to meet with the

dropped from a twelfth-story windowin i I burch nt this place, Sunday. He wn Stark throwers'; Association at their meeting, Saturday, March\ 6, 1926 at

order to ascertain its bouncing v I ;.1 I sist. il. by Mr. W. T. Mirishuw, of the court house Thin meeting will be held! at 3:00 p. m., and we would be

properties. Wo understand B. II. S. Ir Luke Butler, who is attending the glad to have a* many of the growers here as possible, an he IB to give an

freshmen are tested the same way. Atlantic Christian College, In Wilson, interesting talk on the proper parking and grading of strawberries and
iI N. C. He was called to his home her other truck crt>pn. Every grower Is given a cordial invitation to attend this

i Miss Brown (closing bookAndso ) 0 lust week to attend his father's funoral. meeting and meet Mr. Rhodes. R F. WARD, County Agent

thu General died. W. T. is a young man who Is .
Elil.llbeth-What did he dio of? held In high esteem by all who know -

Miss Brown-Oh things in General. I him, especially in his home town. I SAMPSON CITY Crews much improved at his writing.

Though he has only been in the col. I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins were, visitors -
,I REPORTS: FROM: TilE GRADES 8 lege for the last nix months his hear Sampson City, March 5.-Mr. and to Starke Thursday.
Mrs. Carl Wynn and children of .
I era were surprised to hear how well
First Grade
G here the
Lake Butler spent Sunday
" .1 all the because I G ho handled his text, and bespeaks for
\ I I We are happy on way guests of relatives.
( him much success in his ministerIal
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tho handsome
we can weigh on
.I L. L. Johns motored to Hampton Renew Your Healthby
returned the
course. to college
I .().OO scale which came from
new $ | masculine are divided into temperate Beach Thursday evening.
last monday.
HOODOOED COON Chicago/ by lightning express. They | and intemperate. The feminine are Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith and children PurificationAny
i That's the name of the play the were ordered Dec SOtTi and arrived divided into frigid and torrid. I Joe Minshaw of Asheville, Ala., arrived Docha and Hogan, Jr., were vis.
Literary Club is giving next Friday. hero Feb. 2 th. We got them as a this week! to attend the funeralof itors to Starke Saturday.E. .

.t Below ia the cast: i reward for selling over $50.00 worth I Pupil-Grandpop, why is it you his father Mr. I. J, Minshaw, he D. Jones, of Waldo visited rela. physician! will tell yon that

, Misery Moon (a hoodooed Coon)- of Christmas Seals for the Florida I have no hair on your head? returned to Alabama Monday. Lives and friends here during the "Perfect Purification of the System -

. Elmer McMillian. j Public Health Association.Our I Grandpop-Grass does not grow on Mr. Alford Kunkle, of Los Angeles, week-end. is Nature's foundation of

'? Gideon Blair (a millionaire)-M. C. health work ia progressing [ a busy, street.I Col., who Is making an extended tour Miss Lucille Moore is spending a Perfect Health." Why not rid

Stith. fine. 1.10 pupils from the third I j I'upil-Oh, I see, it can't get up of Florida,, spent a few days with his few days in Starke visiting her cousin yourself! of chronic ailments that

!I Tom Rissle (as slick as a whistle) lup I through the seventh have received (i i through the comorning niece, :Mrs. E. W. Miller and family. Mrs Freeman Register I are undermining your vitality

'r I -Wilbur Mnrshburn. I their attractive crusader pins. Others Misses Christine Townsend and A K. Smith, of Hawthorne visited Purify entire by taking
,,1r Hiram Tutt (un awful nut)-Eugene ore still worikng for them. | One when Billy was get.'{Carrie Hello Brown, who are attend. relatives here Sunday jour system of. Culotabs
i Matthews. | Tho first grade is making a health I I ting up he sat looking at his toes ; ing the State College for women, at T. V Williams spent a few days in a thorough course ,
I. booklet to enter the prize contest are 1 "Hurry Billy!" said his Tallahassee home this week -once or twice a week for several j
1:1 Patrick Keller (a ticket seller)- ( up aunt were PalatkA last week the guest of his
'c : Carlylo Ritch. i I ranged for by the F. P. II. A. "Why are you looking at your feet.I visiting their parents. :Miss\ Dolan sister Mrs. T. C Thomas. 'eek&-anJ see how Nature rewards

Samantha Sladc< (a poor old maid) lire sorry to lose Walter Swan. i ""Well aunty Isn't it funny that one I Moore, of Tallahassee, accompanies W. L Horn, of Louise, was! a visitor I you with health.
I -Inez Frink. 'Iborn I its one of our pupil He has of my toes is longer than the others ? them. here Friday.Mr. Culotji!'s lire the greatest of all

Itollebwllt'Ho (her thurming) niece) I ICraco I returned to Stuart with his mother. I got thorn nil at the same time" Miss| Blanche Roberts is attending! and Mrs, Lester Kite and system purifiers let n family

i : Wood. Joke : I tho ksonville( business college ,daughter attended the funeral of Mr. I package: containing full diree-

f Lulu Pearl (a ragtime! girl)-Eliza. i Teacher-What did, Landseer paint? At the last Eighth mooting Grade of the club Feb. :Mr. Neal Hacks returned this!' week! Rtillt'at/ Starke Tuesday afternoon. tions, price 35; cts. ; trial package
beth Andrews. I Vondn-He didn't paint anything. after a visit to his old home in Mar Dr. Mann of Lake Butler
2(5( it was decided to have a party. It was a pro. 10 cts. At any drug: store. (Adv.)
Daddy took land to look at ion. S.
Isn't that u cust for you? And thu H seer a C. fessional visitor here Friday.
play Oh, my I I farm yesterday, but he did not buy, so day was decided to have it on either Fri :Miss Addie Mao Ruulerson, who has Mr. and \Mrs L. \Morgan, and chil-

I of course he did not paint anything.\ or Saturday night March Gth or just finished a business course in dren, of Slurke, visited her Mater
I 6th. It
will be at tile club house.
fi It starts with a laugh. Only land-buyers paint and fix up Lakeland
, ? A And ends with a roar; I things, land seers just look at things. Man is somewhat like a sausage. accepted a position as RtenoR'raphr'for Remember Sunday school every I New Method

f And
i You'll want some more. Third Grade you tan not toll exactly how much Lima Burgess has returned Everyone invited to attend. Quickly Banishes

5 r So don't be grumphy I Dorthy Swunbom has moved to hog there is within! home after several weeks visiting I.
obi / And don't be glum : friends friends in Ocala. NEW RIVER
Stuart. Dorothy made
/j And wish by heck I while here and many muchto Miss Helen-Have you read "To a Mrs. S. E. Lemon of Burbervillo Heavy CoughsWhy
1 You hadn't come. I lose her. wo very Field :Mouse?" und Mrs. Wm. Coleman, of Tampa, New River, March 5.-Mr. Pledger

Leila Don No'm, how. do you get'- were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johns of Waldo was visiting home. be annoyed and weakened by
We are collecting pretty pictures ,
f We'll do our best for our "health many booklet" whichwe om to listen? I Harper last Sunday. Folks here Sunday. I persistent strength-sapping cot;hm ;
,I Mr. and Mrs Ellsworth C. spells when you can, through a very
To give a good show, Harper Miss Clarice Priester of Lake But.
will send to the State Health Judge
( prisner-What) !Iyour I simple qllickly all irri
I But need help and daughter, Jean, of Sanford, spent ler attended the stop
We somo Board. name, vour ncrn!'Mlon and whnt are''' party at J. L. Johns, tauonand very often banish the trouble
last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs' J. EHarper. '
I From you you know I Murla Weeks and John Adams have you charged with? Saturday night. entirely in 21 hours?
So laugh out loud< They were accompanied by Mrs. A. D. Conner and daughter,
returned to school after an absence Prl nner-My name ia Sparks. I am This treatment Is based on the famous
Applaud and grin, :Miss Amelia Harper, who had been Mrs. Edward Goodwin have returnedto
of u week from illness.' I nit electrician, and I urn charged with I I prescription known as Dr. King's
And a Hoodooed, Coon I battery. spending a few weeks in Sanford with their home at Hastings after a New Discovery for Coughs. You take

Can't help but win. Fourth Grade Jullle-l'ut this I them. short visit here. I just one teaspoonful at brd.time and
X61a Two new pupils, George Baisden guy in a dry.cell.go Mr. Hubert E. Bennett, of Daytona, Messrs. Chester and Reddish An. hold it in your throat for 15 or L't\) seconds

Remember the a not
12. i fourth grade within the !last month. heaven ? week. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G'j'j only soothes and heals soreness and
The ladies of the Christian church
DEFIA'I'S.STARKE We are glad to have A. K. Wall, Jr., June-Why of course my W. Andrews. I irritation, but it quickly n'l11o"eli: the
""L OCALA buck with us after a few days absence Whnt makes you ask ? gave a chicken supper at the clubroom Miss Avy Rerifroe of Fort Myers, is : phlegm and congestion which are the

on account of sickness. tdle-DecauHe I never Bee any Friday night. A neat little sum here visiting her parents, Mr, and real cruse of n1bht coughtnn.! Thus
This game played Monday March I piituros of angels with whiskers. was realized for the church. \Mrs. B. F. Renfroe. with the throat soothed and cleared
t, In tho University of Florida Gym. Union station is now lit with I coughing stops quickly and you bleepall
Fifth Grade: I June (thoughtfully)-Well, some I up Inez Brannen of Lake Butler, and
w naaium of the swiftest and : night undiutuibcd.!
4 wits ono Wo have a new pupil in our grade men do go to heaven, but they only electric lights. Mrs. Brannen, of Lake City, were I
closely contested of the season. Dr. King's New is for
most this week. She Is Gladys Brock from I get there by a close shave.Evangelist. among those attending the party at Discovery .
tho ZIFF coughs.chest colds hoarseness
During the first three quarters - .. sore throat
J. L. Johns
Ohio. Saturday evening. I bronchitis SpI9I.1txllc, etc..'
teams took turns In leading the score. croup
But in tho lust Ocala got the The members of our "picture club" I G.: W. Rivers and W. S. Ray of Mr. and, \Mrs. Broward Johns of the Fine for children as well as grown.
quarter rained by selling candy at : Water Oak section were visiting rela.ives harmful drugs. Economical.
i lend and, held it until the end of tho money I Quitman, Ga., spent the week-end here ups-no :
school, to buy a picture. We have selected .. 'with relatives and friends. hero Wednesday before leaving too, as the dose is only one teaspoon.ful. .
I game a beautiful copy of I Miss Ellen Howard of Fairbanks, for their new home in South Florida I At all good druggets. Ask for
Thu 33 to 21 in favor of I
t* 'J, Ocala. scorn WUH "Age of Innocence." This n..ynoltlll'// ..4ct I was here Wednesday afternoon visiting Mrs. W. E. Yarborough, of Raiford,

------. picture 20x21 indict and is I friends. was here Sunday visiting her daughter -
t some frnme. The picture is presentedto Perry Kite, of Sturko, was in our Mrs: W. M. Moody.Mr. : NCWQIScgyzRV

our room by the "picture club" asu i section Saturday afternoon. : and Mrs. Lacy Johns, anti (laughtcr .

;' B. II. s. BimkJunior memorial from our class. 1: Mrs. J. B. Thomas wall shopping in Essie were visitors to the county

;? Our English class has been studying k 1 Brooker Friday afternoon. seat Saturday. e

b 1 ".?S575P575752525252525525'u 52S r; brave or heroic floods. The following. j Mrs H. E. Thomas and little son, We are glad to report :Mrs. Sam
y selected ns of the best of Brooker the weekend here
story was one sang 6 spent .
.-.Allon nets just like Car /
Darling with relatives. _._ ...
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( lyle.Wilbur Once upon a time there was u brave Mr. and :Mrs. S. L. Prescott are the
W hat's h.. (been up to now? Grace: -/T'k ,
little girl name was proud parents of a daughter born I htARC1122.1923
r Her father the keeper j .
nailing. was February 2 rth
1 Clcvy-.-\V lii-n is Shortio thinking/:
?t. quitting school? I I of LonK'tone Lighthouse, on thej II I Inortheait Gid Howard, of Fairbanks, and Bud.

i Thelma-Constantly. I count of Englnnd. r' die Hogar, of Pulatka were visiting
I, One night Grace: hoard cries for friends here Saturday afternoon. 1000,000a
t '
Eugene-1 don't know whether to' hilp. She got up out of bed and called Mrs. Rill limes and little son, of

i become n cartoonist or u writer. I her father. They dressed, quickly/ I Largo, are here on a visit with :Mrs It fl
nmmy-H..come n writer! and wont out to help the people. It !limes', parents, Mr. and :Mrs. S. L

>' Eugene-Why, have you seen my was no dark they couldn't HOC anyone; i Prescott.Mr. .
writings ? I but when daylight came they wont out : and, Mrs. Irvin Dyal of Graham )E ER 16,1925er

w3 Sammy.-No, but I've seen your again. They Could so> people clinging'' pent Sunday here with relatives. ta44J

cartoons! to the vessel. Grace paid, "Father Mr. and Mrs. W. M.: Hodges, of

rw D we must help them" but her father New River spent Sunday here with

Elmer-What horse-power is Jose said "We cannot help them as the Mrs. Hodges'''': sister, Mrs.! J. W. Lewis, ,

ph's Studebaker storm is too rough for our boat. But .Dr. Muldloton, of Starke, was a pro.
'o1l'lvln-lIe nays forty, but thirty.f \ Grace ran and got into the boat anI'' fessional caller here one day last

nine of the horses must be sick !got the oars ready. Her father week.

Homo 1 couldn't see ho go alone. So he !got Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hunter and J
Miss Florence-When was : into the limit and they both rowed to Uldino Utley, 13. of Fresno. Calif., two sons, of Fairbanks spent the
j t built? lays that the flapper tiaa.no respect On March 22, 1923. Buick celebratedthe
weekend here with Mrs. Hunter'Bslst..r.
Mary Lee-At night. I gather for herself and her coming ass building of the millionth, Buick.
Miss Jo'lorenceWho told you that? II I The people clinging to the vessel prophesied In the fifth chapter of Mrs R. B. Thomas Approximately eighteen yeah were con- .
Mary Lee-You did. You said saw the bout coming anti, they watchedIt Isniah. She I" conducting. a three Services at Dedan Sunday and, every timed in acconipLihniint. .
,7I I anxiously. The people were taken weak wvivu' ) ID Atlanta Ua. body is cordially invited to attend.
y Rome was not built in a day On December 16, 1925, Buick reachedthe
I I from the boat one by one. Nine per. -- --- million and a half mark. A million
Jimmy-What part of a car causes I sons were carried to the lighthouse" Buick in eiiihleeu yean-the neat

tf' the mast accidents? ,. whore Grace took care of them. All of Miss Nishie Lue Dennison of Lake Bradford, March 5.-Mr. and Mrs.T. half million. in two year and nine

t Joseph-The nut that holds the England soon heard of Grace Darlingand Butler' spent the later part of last L. Weeks, and son, Eldon of San. month

1 steering wheel. I I her heroic deed. week here with Miss Lucille Hall. U Fe, were the guests of friends and At rh. present. linut,public demand calls
than 20OOO, Bulckt
Jeanette Underbill. Mr. W. B. Hicks and of relatives hero Sunday. more every
r { Lucille (In biology)-I wish the son, Hamp month. This meant the next half million -
book would be mudo more definite.I I! :\Ivther-.Ioh, have you boon good ton wall a business visitor at the home :Miss Geneva Han-ell, and brother, in the hands of Dutch' owner, ulch-

Miss Florence Why? What's to the baby while I've boon gone? of G:. W. Sheffield Saturday morning. Malcolm, motored to Starke Friday af- In two yean.

wrong? I Johny-Yen, mother. He con almost I K. J. Dowlmpr, of Starke, was a ternoon.Mr. These bare figure tell a graphic story .
Lucille-It Hays to examine old swim now. visitor at the home of Mr. Rogers Friday J. D. Baxter, of Brooker was of Buick'*continuous advance in public
but doesn't how old the I afternoon. tho guest of Mr.! and Mrs.: C. J. Crews regard. The great acceleration of demand .
plants say
I Boy-Let's buy some corn j :Mr. and, Mrs. A. C Hall were trans Sunday afternoon. at the preient time, speak
) plants should be.TeacherWho. I :'olothl'r--No, sir! I have two ,'orn'lI. acting business in Starke last Wed :Mr. Valbrum Harrel), of Starke strongly of the 'n"a"dlaille and doilrability
in the Better Buick.
wrote on this blackboard on my toes | nesday. spent the weekend here with his
that I'm a big simp tr G. W. Sheffield was a visitor to parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Har.rail. Leadership belong' to Buick because
Carlylc--I did. I Teacher-Why didn't you brush your Graham ono day last week. a nation familiar with many motor can

Teacher-Well, at least I'm glad hair before coming to school? II | Miaa Claudia Youngblood and brother Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews, and 7.r dhi haa given it to Buick.

you're truthful.' I Pupil Because I hud no brush. I Collis, of Waldo, and Lee Dyal of Miss Lucille Harrell motored to .ol.own..nekY. c'j,.:afrt.: miluNalim.: The American rower wants "finer
I T.'aehn--Coul you unu your transportation! cost",and Buicfc;
I Graham were the guests of Miss Lucille Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. '' '
: ..=::! provides it. .
Prof.-What do know about [ father's? .I I A Chamber i "
you ]Hall Sunday.G. Miss Geneva Harrell, was the guestof ofC__a.
metempsychosis? : PupilNo, because he's W. Sheffield and Mr. Rogerswere Miss Stella Mae Ward of Brooker, BUICK MOTOR COMPANY

C'cll-It's hard to say ed.I transacting business in Hampton Sunday afternoon. FLINT. MICHIGAN

4 I ; Saturday. Allen Conerly was a visitor to DI...iKm./ Gen.at'Morn Co+,.........
Miss Brown recently made this wine Seventh Grade. I
? I :Mr. and :Mrs. A. O. of Waldo after-
Hall Sunday
Worthington Springs
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? statement in regard to the leading At our meeting Friday, we I
spent Sunday here with his parent, .
class-"The freshmen wish they were had our election of new officerThe noon.W.
Mr. and Mrs A. C. Hall. II. Harrell motored to Gaines 7AeJeiterBuickLAKE
the leader, the sophs think they are, following were elected:
4 the juniors really are and the seniors President-Glenn Wood. Vonnie Riley of Hampton, was In our ville and Alachuu Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .
Vicepr'sltlent-Tlwlml\. | section Friday. and Mrs. Collie Weeks of Snn.ti .

don't care Secretary-James Richard Wnin- Herbert Home, of Louise, was visiting Fe were the guests of friends and CITY BUICK COMPANYJ.
t TTarrletJ.a"t night Virginia drenmvil wrightTread friends hero one evening last relatives here Sunday.Mr. .

that she was denying with you. "rer-Milton: Brownlce Jr. I wook.Miaa. Wilbur Rimes, of Worthington M. Smith, Manager.

Joseph's" heart--Thump'! thump! I Joke Itqorter-'oI'rri11! : Futch. Lucille Hall attended the move Springs'! was a visitor here Sunday af. Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties

thump! R'rorter-A Fernandez. ies In Starke Saturday evening. ternoon.

Harriet-And then aha waked up Bob Brookor, of Waldo, was a visitor :Mrs. C. J. Oaten, of High Springs, When better automobiles are built Uulctc will) build them,
to find her kid, brother pounding her Teu'her-DI1., what are tho Renders? I in our section Friday.Mr. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen

.h feet with a flat iron. Billy-!Masculine and feminine. The ; and ."h-_... Rogers and family Conerly Sunday. - -
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of bronze found, Mr. !Mortis\ said He lawn paida l 1'nl1.lha"l'l'hIIUI stallion-- Winter llnvrn-tThlcairo
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I turkeys will he released shortly in theThonatosassa hith,,, tribute to Shell Kisli Conimis mini. 'd Missionary--from. t tho T. L.I ,I buy :L'HO.OOn: nnes land in Polk and
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph section of HilNhorou: oner T 1 It.: Hodges.Tallahassee '
I ooper stables. of Miami will, soon Midlands I counties for SOIMnOO." .
county for breeding according .
to J. B. Royal!, purposes state game, com I.. K. lirudlcy, a pros. arrive at tho state prison farm in )(al- i TampaBids! opened, for construe

I I mi..ioner.I perous Leon county farmer residingnear ford. The horse, tendered the board I lion new $1 /:! tl.11(14I( hospital on Pnvis; !

: I Miccosukle, recently butchered of commissioners! for state instiluti- Island.Sanford!.

r Live State News I Fort :Myers-Nine hundred and, Poland China hog which weighed 7UO! a) tions wax accepted today. The offer Scmimilo County hunk I I ',
1 was made by James 11. Bright! and A.
thirty-five acres of land in the mid. pounds, he declare! here today. :More building to be remodeled, at cost cf I r : I
W. Zioobold assistant director of tho
I die of Pine Island was sold 1 to a group attention is being paid hog, poultry $100.000.

I of New York capitalists for a reported I and dairy busmen in this section than department!Miami. welfare of the city of Fort :\1)'l'rs-$6t1.011) () hotel to ba { ..

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES sum of $515,88901, or about $350;; ever before. erected at Bonita Springs !' icr.
l I per acre, according to I ,
an announcement Hustings The of the
planting -
: Tallahastee--Several boys from I the early }o'ort1),1'IIPI8nll: announced for 3=:
by a local realtor.
- .__ _.u ____ _. -- I school of business administration and l potato crop throughout tho Hastings construction of new 12-story bank I try

Keystone Heights-The city coun. ''!day pending the outcome of an Tallahassee-The Florida Railroad journalism, University of }Florida potato of belt is completed and building, to cost $7.r<0,000. r'i

cil has retained Ray Lawrence as peal. Commission has been advised by Dav. Gainesville, will take charge of the many acres potatoes) are now com Coral Gables -$IOO.OOO::! :25-story:!
ing to a good stand. Extremelyhad t
he will at I id Laird Tallahassee Daily Democrat ..turhy! up apartment house will he constructed.
city engineer and begin I state manager for the weather conditions have delayedthe ) < I

once to plot the streets and establish Fort Lauderdale Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph and \issue the afternoon edition, according planting of the in this BOO Sarusnt-n! Biuldings costing 'I,. l.N

permanent grades. '! said to be operating one of the Company that work on toll line to their own !ideas 1 with a free tion from three to four crop weeks but 600.000( will be erected on Manaitota 'i
hotels in New York, was facilities to Melrose hand. I
I Hawthorne has within seventy days it i is expected that road near here.TampaThis. 1
Miami-Fire sweeping an eighteen I have purchased the $2,000,000 begun, and that service to the two I'
the first carloads city have
of to :
: Brooksvillo-State road No.5. the Hastings potatoes new $:1.-
mile in the everglades near Davis now being constructed at places will be available {
area ry in 30 to 45 wil 000,000 hotel projett.Tampa 1I
southern start moving to the marketsof
sent a haze of smoke over Miami today dale Isles. days. portion of which is a part rf
and menaced orange groves and I the Tanuami Trail will be a finished tho country.Fort I -Plans. forming for construe I

I Hardwick 25 Tallahassee hard surfaced highway from the Georgia tion of 500 homes in Pine Crest Villa.
Sarasota-Guy Ella Webb
sugar! plantations. I -- convictedof M 'erNo flying machinesfor
of age, of Monticello Fla., larceny and robbery in Alachua line to Tampa within the next 8 Thomas A. Edison. The wizard Hrookswllo-Loral telephone system

Tallahassee. W. Saarinen, clerk I:!I by a development contractor at a county on January 26, and sentencedto or 9 months, according to Hugh Halo, of electricity plays around with high acquired by Southern Hell. TelephoneCo. Ire

in the banking division of the officeof division! ten miles south of this ten years imprisonment, is being of this city, chairman of t the public voltage unafraid but he has no intention i

Comptroller Ernest Amos, has. ,,, was crushed to death this 'j sought by the state authorities, and Florida roads and highways committee of the ever to go up an airplane ho said! O"lIllI-Work started on now $!IiII},. J

been promoted to the post of assistant when a tractor toppled over, j Governor Martin has offered a reward Senate today: in" declining an Invitation to 00 community hotel. ,-

bank examiner. j jKissimmee I him beneath it. I'I'I of $100 for her capture. JacksonvillePretty twent '-'l'lIr. case u riots, in ono or. the. two lainpn- Ocnln lo'irHtllIpUllt/ church plans to,

I old 1 Lucy Davis of Tampa turnt'.1over Fort :Myers-Miami\ ships here on a |lull
-Timber, estimated at I: Tallaha I Stuart Fire was (erection of $150,000 I! ( edifice.
Approximately which
out here to Y. W. test flight before beginning regularpassenger I In
the C. A.
located southwest of authorities AI't'atllll-fO I of Citrus fruit
feet cars
1,500,000 bushels of oysters will be inseparate sections of Y
the city destroyed .
KiiBimmee, was purchased by a firm'of I the waters around Apalachicola a hotel in the negro section today by police. The girl was foundin service between tho East: shipped' from here during/ 1925 Beason. ef10.
sawmill is planned I a down-town department store lust IIn.1'pst Coasts. Live, Oak Thomiisvllle .
West Virginians. A in the next thirty days, a": exploded a tank containing two carloads Georgia,
Capt. 'r. R. ftoiUoj, state hell of crude oil, and damaged the- she midnight visteil by a watchman who (the told l.ake'o'lhA noted paleontologist investors plan to establish iron foundry no a

DeLand-At a-;meeting; of the Or. | commissioner who recently t county bridge at the South Fork. afternon and the fell rest alocp.West room. during the front Smithsonian Institute, \VintC'r her('. id.a
to the from mon.i's in D. C. will delve' Haven Plans 1'n- manufacturing
250 capitol \ -' Washington, into the ,,,
chamber of commerce I .
ange City tion in around the Jacksonville The of the skeleton mounds new type fuc-l-nir oil burning
subscribed $33,000 in stock trip waters circuit court Palm Beach-:More than KOO-\ mystery filled
citizens -- clerk's office at Lake which discovered Lake heaters may bo cut ,ihlisheil in this it.th
for proposed $75,000 gas plant for I City was robbed 1 000 feet of lumber was cast up on were near
a Clearwater-Pinellas county lust night and a diamond ring valued) the shores of Palm Beach today as Worth inlet in the Palm Beach\ colony, city.Palm mlly
that town. may have a bird sanctuary if a $800, a .38 calibre revolver and $200in waves pounded the barges Lynn and, according to F. C. Scaddmg, Lake Beach-$1IHICOTO;) () )( p.-r; may K ,

Tallahassee-Governor Martin today lution now before the county cash taken from the vault Sheriff Everett to pieces ugaist the sandbars curio collector and engineer who discovered built hero at early '''It" ll-

announced that the new state sioners is approval and W. B. Douglass, of Cloumbia county on which thl'y'l'rO stranded, last the two mounds. believed I by /Building permits issued in Florida,

building, authorized at the special session Senator John S. Taylor with the police here today night. The barges according to Cupt. him to be ancient, Indian burial for January ani-itinted to Approximately att '
I > ,
of the legislature, will be erected..' ommendation that it will be John A. Morgandulo, of the Lynn, will "grounds. $20,778,5187.!
Tallahassee-Governor Martin ( ''('UII- City I installs. first, unit of Id
been as a bill before the state board.TallahasseeConstruction today
be '
here on what has for many years a total lose :Mont of the lumber
I appointed Sullie Boyette, of Moore Bunnel--\ started this weekon new white WilY lighting/ system *.
"Rascal will be t t1ft
known as Square. salvaged, he said.
I haven supervisor of registration for I the, filling in of the court housesquare. RocklediriNew $211.0110) ) city hall 1ft I

Tallahassee-TWO rivers have left'' huge dam across the Ocklocknee Glades county Governor Martin has Fe,'nand hna-The oltIallon',! : line It is e1 pis-ted that a.s BOOHus I'cing constructed.Kan 4'a f

their banks in the northern part of' near Jackson's Bluff will start I more women to public of.ice terminals extending from, First 'streetto this work is completed, that bonds, 1: Gallic; --Plans completed" for .

Leon county as a result of the recent'' 1, according to officials of the I j I and positions of trust than any the waterfront( was sold! today, will bo! advertised, and bids called for new 1,0(10( sent theater. ...

heavy rains in this section of the state, Florida Power Company. The hl'1' chief executive of the state. through the First National bunk of on the erection of the court house. and Iuwtryl'ultlirity' campaign being rr

according to reports reaching here. pany has contracts with j i : -- }Fernandinn.. to Jo'V.. Sadler.! The eonxideration that iiitual work on the court house launched\ by chamber of commerce. t-

Qunicy, Havana, Midway and I, ;Green Cove Spring/ -:M. W. Griffis, has not yet been disclosed, will be under. wuy within sixty tinninety Lake Wales! 12 now homes in led

Pensacola-West Florida is preparing supply them with current. for the past ten years president but the price is said to 1 be the highest days The court. house is tot com mutt' of construction.Winter .

for the district track and field'> tho Dank of Green Cove Springs ) ever obtained. for linibnr. frontntro, t bo' located on Moody boulevard.. (Plans /Haven Fifth street, will !lio r AH

meet, to be held at Marianna April Tampa-More than 2,000,000 I at his residence here this morn- property in. Fernandina.Cocoa and specifications were, accepted" at .Hived. .., from I Lake avenue" north to U

5. Competition for both boys and ing bricks are being brought into '. lie has been in poor health for the lust meeting of the county com Florence" Villn.Ocnln .

girls is promised. two weeks and I had visited the Mayo -The white which .lom'l'a. New, iiianufucturinv
pa every by way system in! concern' lI a
men under through the efforts of local) street i, hospital in Rochester" Minn. i < being installed under the supervision ; _._ I Ocula )trick and Tile,,, Company. l III'> .
Tampa-Four were arrest . . . IIE
of Is
(Frod .
today following two raids by federal ing and building contractors to Tampa-Citrus fruit Hhipnients have Bryan' will be a credit to .gins operations.St. ,
tho railroad embargo the any city. The post- are of an artistic. Petcrsbmg- Flnilda. Mill ,mil! a
which 10 ," '
in $ \ 187
officers .
,, .
prohibition cars daily o fur this .
alcohol Builders, Exchange announced. design/ and err. spaci'd, close enoughto I Iumw.nElil.) : .V I INillti'I'i11.IL Building and, Loan Corporation. will '.
000 worth of whiskey and "l'ar, according to a report) issued by :
adequately' light the. $I 1,01)11,0110) ( ) structure.,. ,
automobiles valued at $6,000 Florida Citrus ); entire ity. )( ltl':\'II'l\1': fleet "
four Exchange here. Of
and Sub-ring-Tho chamber of ( ; : About n third of the work, is completed (Ormond' Florida I'/I..t: ( '....MI Rail i

were seized. hits been udvisucl. in a shipments the 120 cars were oranges" : and in two week) should\ show I'n. . . way pl.ilm to. "HI..II'.I. .t new bridge IV
,remainder :
Orlando-Fred C. Drake, 53, of Urn from II. S. Robert, postal -were grapefruit.PampaT. I cat in nil her glory." "Punta (ior.ln-: (Coiilraci let for r''..istruition i, nrrusx'l'nmukr, 'iivir.Kustirt up i

city was drowned early last night in at Atlanta Ga., that scaled bids ) S. iHinm-on, )$5:;, sales : _. :M. K.: Strauss ami nnsocm-- .
; i of 'new :lO.OOO Ii I theater.' wHo'I l lto k i,
Lake Apopka about 18: miles west of suitable furni-hod. quarters to n for n local lumber, company and I SebrniB--The erection of a Ini'iti" begin at test purihiisu'\ 1SIIII) acres on 1'01"1".1' 1

her, when the boat in which ho was the Scliring, post office will be ,' deputy game warden, was fount Hiiwiiull cUlotinJt"rOOIlIl 1 ) > was anouiue -- t once for CHtnldishmont, .ol' modern" dairy ; ,. \:

:fishing unprized by high winds and ed until !March\ 15.TUIl1I'III'olice besido his automohilc. inI lonely ,1 l here by William K.:. Steydinir, prominent .Tampa This city I will have new up j 1 )f
railroad, .
,. t. fetation l'oslillU$11111.' -
rough waters. ot near hero early today. He had: ;' Seliring/ farm developer. Tho :New; hank and, $:'IO,0 today found the shot behind the right! ear an.l mill will lie, located within a half mile ()KM( ). I theater to lie const II'U.'ll.1( at early I ;

Tallahassee was announced at tomobile of Mr. and Mrs. James ,' was a deep !gash in hithront.. i of thu! Seliring/ city limits. adjacent) Bradenton, County to build bridge' data : y

the comptroller's office today that: punt with their 16-months old baby to the Lakewood, Terraces develop across' Anna Maria. and )Ijunirliunl' Islands. Clem-water JK7.IMIU worth, of

the Bank of Boca Raton had I been authorized loop in the rear seat. The car Tampa-Three, noted Cuban health nll'nt. and will employ about tod men .. building,! pel'nuts issued, in January.Vero .

too open its doors March 7, stolen last night while the couple \ are making a tour of Flor according to HleydinlC.Tnllahls..elpl'l Palutka-.Allans-incuts/ comidotudfor 1 leach Southern. Hell Tele. ; i

do a general banking b isiness in at an amusement park. jt'I in an effort to effect a greater co. CHlahlishiin'iit, of new permanent phone ( '0., will upend' '' $5x.110: ) hero inl'J'l t

Florida. between this slate and, Cuba : <'lItlllll for. permiisiun steamship. Imo between lucre nml New I!':!' for. improvements.Siinfonl ... l

l.aT Tallahassee-Over a million dollars'for filling/ station robberies which ', here recently< annum'ed. /across Lemon buy between. Venice milBoca lliitona' lI'II'hNl'W ihumber oflonimeicc lie repaired.

state and county roads ol Floridawas red here recently, Chief of Police i Grande! in Sal'lI iota county, has litnkliii}? to bo countrmtod.TIImpaFlorida f.ake City This )place soon to Imvo
realized in January on the -1-cent Wilson has given operators of the Tampa--First Assistant. Postmts-! i 'been made to the Florida railroad com Portland Cement new broom. fiutory.Tumpall. .
gasoline tax, according to figures supplied I tions. permission to arm '" General John W. Bartlett, i is ex mission. The bridge tho applicationstates .
of. ,. I ( 'anipnuyviII establish r.0l.OI)0! ( () ) i L. Hummer/ to constructMm
l by the state comptrollei'9 nnd "shoot to kill." to arrive here today on a een- will cost approximately $7:,,- ,plant Hooker's/ Point.ia.vtonii new homey in North tilde Clubh"tl' '

fice. I survey being mado of stale post- 000 with the span and, fill lo cover 1 I- | ) 1I"lIl'h-l'lnlls' announced for. d.
lone bandit walked, The official formerly )100) feet.
Tampa-A gover '
Ver. font to creit.
o' j :
Bradl'nton-Ed Broxson, 16. of of New Hampshire is confirm. constructing! U.1100,11011 hotel ...IIFur'lIlIl.1 1'1111I1'11luv""t"1
the American State Bank a -
Sunday ) Y. ;M. C. A. building.
instantly killed at 6:30 Point. $7-iOOll) ,
na, was Hills shortly after 1 o'clock ,I Floridian, owning much properly, III'' ISomfuy-Sheriff Tom Johnson of ,
afternoon when the truck in \\hich. stole I I"tvey :1011.01111:! ( I municipal nilpiovcimnt $1,01)0,1)011) ) ) Chemistry. building will
knocked( the bookkeeper I Holmes county in wondoiing if h.. "
Atlantic of Flor.
bo UrincTMity
he was riding collided with an program," under. way. constructed' in
and escaped with approximately found a !gasoline substitute in "home!
Line train: UtishnellD.. W. : ,
Coast passenger Ilendry, foreman Kustis- Alliintic Coast I.ino mnslrucling -
500, local police informed this brew Whilo II /gallon. of the liquids) itin.Montvetdr.
about seven miles cast of this city construction for a local; develop :2-inilo side and spur trn'k : Twenty new 1
I noon. were bing poured' out ittenlly< in the
,(! was probably fatally wounded, in Kustis: Hciirhts.I inrlulled.Leesburgity
Tampa-Vernon Jackson. 22 y> 11'I I Fart Myers-I. K.': Phillips, ,.,' lust night and )K.; W. Smith lo- jail yard someone ucc ulently tossed, Foil. Myers -10 new bungalows to : plans to install 11 ,. 3.
the American State Bat <. a lighted mtitt'li into the muJHt ground.The .
old teller at additional' maiiiH.Groveliind .
500 feet water
dragon of tho Ku Klux Klan in III real estate man, was held wiUI- !I.<. constructed.Clcarwuter .
Hills, has been arrested on i sheriff declared that gasoline, J, 1 Arnold' Lumber
Zephyr ida! pronounced Fort Myers bond in connection with the shoot New national hank assured ; 10i.v(
cou1 In t have made hotter blazv.
embezzlement following i a .
charge of following a recent visit here. lIe /1.:, which, it iti said, grew out of nn for this place Company') planning to erect new mod.ern

robbery at the was bank reported last week stolen.i business! which $12,000 Companyorguni.ed
ditions hero were fino. yesterday by Sheriff Wilder of this district will recoi\. $2.IMIHMXI( ) for t
Tallahassee-Governor :Martin rev here. for purpoHo of doveloping .
Nathan McCoy, 40, of Itilk I92! > crop
Lecuburg- county on n warrant charging.
Jacksonville-Tho contractor to his office this morning af 1>i,((11)1)4) ) land' on St. John'u
Palatka, negro helper on the Atlantic them with working on Sunday. The JacksonvillePlans on foot for widning !
300 died structing that part of the an absence of over u week, spent Riverside river.', past of here.Winter .
Coast Line freight train No. men arested were working on u irr' iv. avenue
const Llne'sr"erry.lonticello: attending the observance of Gasp-: /l11.n1'11111" forming/ for
office here this morning auto road in collection with 1'l'ryBids( to Iw asked for
in a { / construe
-ion near MoiVlcello' is nearing l and Governor's day, at South construction. of Lnku. Alfred lloulo.vard. .
after he had fallen from a box car lla fair and tion of a Wintc-rhuven subdivision., The ion of Hotel DixieTaylor.C'learwater : .
to at Jacksonville .
i progress/ southrd
before at Lady Lake I wararits '' Construction work .
hour changed today transferring
about an were -
he .
I; formation received by the remained several days dur JacksonvilleLocal warehouse. >{
tho charge from the individual l to .irogressinir. on Clearwater Harbor
Tampa-Three men are under ar. state chamber of mmerce. the serious illness of airs Carolina Portland Cement. Company,
( F. Fielding head of the uuHcwny.
I Martin.l
of whom --- to hit relmilt.Hi'Funiak .
rest at Wildwood, Fla., one I Clearwater-With*! an hour Ocala The Florida Power Lake) Worth--Lnko A enuo will bextcM'Icd t
to die from gunshot St. Augustine Sheriff 1Eo:. ,, SpringsWnlton' countyto I IIi
is expected sheriff's, forces had Vonfiscatod, today purchaser, from a local''' -- lioycuhas westward.Fernandina< ,
wound, charged with implication in staged a campaign against slot voti on $| .(IOOIKIO( ) rem,1 bond is.su .
/ Two
connect estate
automobile' in with a firm forty acres" of lam! 1 now bridges will
the $aooo robbery of the Bank of I raid; the machine was! olen from Levy county near Iriglis! it is esti machines, coming back with fivo of 'iu built across Chunky river hero. >>.
('urwllt'r-A''I.hlllt' will hn used In
Coleman early yesterday. I
Coleman, at 1 these gambling devices from tho Armstrong -
According to the
front of a local garagend, now anounce- Icuhnno K-: '
I "local street paving ,
and, Spuds districts. Ho raided, )
Tampa-Seven hundred and fifty authorities aro trying to wt it the corporation plans to con- : reproving focal lines. 'fnmpuOhio capitalists, ; purchase Ii

gallons of grain alcohol valued at $$,. aga n. \ a *2. ',
< the site Tho i bo' 'on-.trui ,
bootleg prices, were I on plant; is to led| here.
in current south of .
chines, and in his
C"'oll-\Vork, the eon they are office
kilowatt mn-I Lake
seized here today in a raid by local'j of s.xteen houses in Casa\, capacity.OcalaCharles the time being. Following their fity--This city will soon hlt' .' I ) $;,11,000) ) will/ ho spent

police. The alcohol was stored in a Springs! a new subdivision nont W. Hunter, repre as "evidence" they will he destroyed.Palm hew broom factory.Coral fm ,Florida' roads, in 1920./)
One arrest was made., ()"Ml'H--I, '11I,000) ice' arid Live O"k--C"utra..t let for Install/
garage. Cocoa, will be started imme< | I in the lower branch of the old 'l r
I ,, Beach-Tho All-Florida Congress storage plant being consructcd. log modern! steam heating plant In
Ocala--A total of 1,800 motor vehicles according to an announcement or 1 1 i laturo from Marion county for
Tumpa :1.0011,0110: ) ) worth
annual of
an fixture at Palm Beach new county courthouse. 1t
II 1 1I terms for
Jan. campaign manager
Miami since developing{ conpany.
were stolen at ---- ovemor Martin and for will be held Friday, April 9, according comes planned for Jlel- Ial'. KariHotu-City award. I.15X51.! ..
sent to supervisor
uary 1, according to a here.report The can I Daytona Beach-John D. Board of Commissioners of State to an announcement by Herman A. /Kissimmee"Kissimmeo' Valley Ga.ette' !97 worth of paving contracts.Miami$1,055,631 .

Chief of Police Morgan of all 1 ler's per"onalphyslclan and the f has anounced his can- I Dunn, president of the Florida State inntall.s!) new printing prcB | : : worth of buildInr *

it was stated, were- types. jcial help of the boy's school pals .Xjdacy for the state senate Chamber of Commerce. Col. I'eter O. Sarasota-Fish canning plant, ns. :, permits issued in January.

St. Petersburg-St. Petcrburg's new i root nave the life of Marion j. Knight, of Tampa is chairman of the ureil for this place. i Telephone. construction work going

Y. M. C. A., building started the 1sttee ', Junior high school student. .. : frostproof-Work;;;: has been started': standing committee of the stud< West Palm Uf'ltrh-Work started 01. I forward rnpidly throughout Florida. vO"NIDAY

part of last year, will be completed succumbed here to tuberculosis of nN( by the Dome Engineering and | chamber, in charge of the arrange. Seaboard Air' Line's Railway ex ton KissinuneoKxpendituro: of $:!.01J> <),. ,

Sept. 6 according to an announce bone. Con ruction Company of New York'''i ments. ion to Miami.Tarpon I OOi propound!, for constructing bettor t

. merit today by Gilbert Bush, secretary I and y. Petersburg on a five-story, Springs-Extension of Pino- roads in Oxceola county.'t'arpon i'i
Tallahassee. -A surplus of $ 100-r OrlandoThe greatest collection lIaR Avenue to
Y. M. C. A. m tourist and commercial ho. I get under way at once. Springs-Work started on
of the 42 hand at the state hotel tel to V Florida flowers ever gathered at onetime Stuart
was Work
I on completed, according to con. -- begun' on new! build-/ now addition to Shaw Arcado building
Apalachicola Considerations. are partment at the end of the tract I iathe months and possibly by in the state will be exhibited ng for Stunrt Steam Laundry Milton--New $100,000 hotel prac.

bring made by the board of city com.mi88ioners i month calendar period of 1923 i i' August \t. here March {0 and 10 at tho Flower l'enllllcoll1-lolal terminals: of Fria- tically assured.SebringYacht!.

to pave more than five ing to figures supplied by Show to be sponsored by the Florida '0 Railway to ho Improved. clubhouse to cost

miles deity and residential streets Carter, commissioner. i Pardons Tallaha""e-"ThState" Board of State Florist's Association The pro. Jacksonville-Citizens bank to have I $30,000 will bo erected on Lake N.

here within the next thirty days. I i W, meet In Tallahassee gram lists 267 separate events In new $100,000 addition. Jackson
Tallahassee-Boy Scouts i I :March 0, a officials here have are to be commissioned junior I made today (\
Tampa-Customs saidV Governor Martin. The as many varieties of flowers. 'hua Free Press" placed in circula I erection of new $150,000 Knights of
uncovered several shipments of yams, I ary deputy game Jay more than four ,
from Cuba, beneath a layer of similar I was announced today at the State I cases had been'incitetej for dispoel- Gainesville-A suit In the form ofa tion.Lake Pythias building. ,

looking cassava. The former Is barred I partment of Game and Fresh tion. It Is probe the board will be writ of mandamus by Gilchrist county I City-$100,000 paving program St. u/ustine-January/ building .'
under totaled I
from importation because of ltd Fish. In session iayg. against Alachua county, wherebythe way.JacksonvilleNew permits $ 13.2'10. 1
$:;00,000 county Tarpon Springs-Caa and water tI
to harbor destructive former is attempting to secure a
known nature Haines City Manager Apalachicola opened hospital mains being laid In Della Estates.
City- da Is experienc full settlement of monies which this hospital opened. i i1I iK
Insects. Farrill has announced the ing" one of the best iVter years of its county claims is due from Alachua Pensacola-New 235 room beach ho. Fort Slyers-Fort Myers-Punta 1''

Tampa-Dallas J. Stearns convicted of the first well of the new history, Byron D. MoVj, chairman of county as a result of the recent county tel going up; will cost approximately Gorda section of Tamiami Trail will

yesterday of second degree City water system. It shows the oyster rehabilita n committee, I division was issued by L. R. Scruggs, 2250000. be paved in 1926.

murder in connection with his wife's interrupted flow of 18,000 said. More and better sters are be. attorney for Gilchrist county this Pensacola-San Carlos hotel to be Hollywood-$3,000,000 hotel opened] ;

death, was held In county Jail here to- hour, or 432,000 gallons a day. ing obtained and a reay market Is week. enlarged at cost $400,000.. here. I

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BRADFORD COUNTY Iiishman} ; Turns Jew for-Girl', think of Peter as she had seen him

In that anguished moment laughing

One mmioFor oC with another girl.

FEATURED IN I He bed not forgotten how to .,
taught He had: not forgotten howto
j II J talk and amuse other women!,-
I I II 89 > I It was only she, who loved the very
SPECIAL EDITION 41 ground on which he) walked, who '

HERB TODAY In the light of a street lamp. had been wiped out of his memory

NAN MARRABY and JOAN EN. So there was to be no scene! Ho "But he hasn't forgotten you=1
DICOTT are sharing a small London she said with sudden harshness. 'j to f
In the rcc. 'i,nt i HSU oil of the Jackn- I I II apartment, awaiting the return of was faintly amazed; almost any hasn't forgotten you I suppose.'*
PETEIt LYSTEIl. betrothed to
Mlle Journal, iluvou-cl, to the diffcr- Nan, and TIM BNDICOXT, Joan's other woman In the world would "No," said( Arnott reluctantly. '.
rnt countli'8 of the Htato under thi, 1 > husband both serving. their countryon have fainted, or uroKen down, he "But then you see I've boen with '

holding, / "The Truth About) Florida," I v h3 'dtry. Peter the battlefields Is reported of Franca seriously, Injured told himself with a. vague feeling of him all the time; I've been with him

wan curried/ the following nrlicle cov six weeks later Just as report discomfort: when they had gone so much that even It he had forgot ;

t On the Gth of December, 1861, what s JOHN" Improvement ARNOTT. lieutenant In a taxi place for myself In his mind, If you
I I Peter's regiment, brings the newsthat understand what I mean X talked Ij
became' "It's a good way back to your
had been New River
county Peter la In London but that the to him, and tried to help him remember
Bradford, containing an area of 180- I hock of his Injury ban caused him /flat he sold. "And If you feel thIngs-we were always pals '
I "
It to loss his memory lie tells Nan tired- "
000 and population of 3,820.
acres a that Fetor doe* not remember her. She laughed you know- t

According tea recent census, the Contrary Inn, on seeing-to ArnotVs Peter.advice Nan IP- .Tired! I don't think I shall ever "Mr. Arnott," she said suddenly

t population hUll almoBt doubled, since t They arrive at the hotel to tint feel anything agaIn" she said "Would: you-If there was anythingelse
it now numbers 7,021 pernonc The Peter In ha library engaged In "I wish you had not seen him." that you think I ought to know .:J

Santa/ Fo Itivur, with its source at sprightly woman.conversation Nan a pretty Arnott stammered "I did my beat -yoU you wouldn't keep It back
Santa Fc Lake in the southeastern room she sighs a dibly-peter to prevent you-" from me, would you?" f.1

corner of Bradford, forms the entire turns-their eyes meet. "I know-you were very kind butI "I give you my word of honor that 9
Bnuthern boundary. Ono of its tributaries Sir I II NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY had toJust for a moment her I would not." d
voice shook, but she went steadily "Not from mistaken ?!
II fTlIIERE was a moment of tragic on a sense of
New HiviT the
thc runs along + towillI
I J, silence; the first throb of exnulslte -
western boundary, the two rivers with Joy thnt rushed throughNan' I oJ. oJ". .. ,
j'd+ their hrnnc,.hex, l. serving us drainage ,
being slowly died away,
1 for tho county. leaving her cold and stunned.
There tore 10,103< :! acres under cultivation -
Her eyes went pant Lyster to the
., 13,020/ in niechuntublc timber! /
girl perched on the wide fender: then '
ilK well as thousands of acres available she forced them again to his face.
for xi'tt]lenient. The OHHCsncd, value She thought she cried his name In "

of fur ms and building is $2,017 anguish, but her lips did not move
? 110. The Hull is principally sandy and no sound escaped them. She

I'' loam, with u clny subsoil, well adapted ( thought .he held .pleading arms to
him, hut they still hung limply at
k, to the production of both fruit and her ui'lcn. She thought that the In. It '

i vI. ...laLIc'H.i I tolerable pain In her heart must kill a'j

i Fur thc year 1 HI21! the :Stnto Agriculture her. She prayed frantically thnt ahp

J"UII.tllwnt) reports the following !j might drop dead rather than suffer
j farm product: any more. as she stood there In the
!;: : I silent room staring tack at this mon 4'i
Corn lil,2iiO( :! l but-liels; peanuts, 19.
I. l j wni: looked at her with the casual 4 ,
F 1GK bu hel.s; Swept potatoes, 11,720; eyes of Velvet beans, l,77fi bushels 1 ; Irish potatoes It was the girl on the fender who

3,326 liuslieln, ; String beans, I I i spoke first
13,214 crates; Tomatoes! 4,070 crates; Are you-are you looking for anything .

j Cucumber, 4.10H crate; (Cano syrup, I ?" I

, I, 15,01)7) gnlluim; watermelon, 32 earn; She had a pretty, rather childish L ,
voice, and her Interested
+ eyes grew
strawberries' lioO.OOO rniarts.UecH h
as they took In the pallor of Nan
thrive in thin section, while I face end Its unconscious tragedy. i e

v littl! attention was given thin industry Nan found her voice then and > e rJ

in a commercial WilY, 1,180 pounds of answered Incoherently: a

1 I honey were produced during the year. j. "Yes-my gloves I-I must

Citrus fruit has not us yet been de.vcloticd have loft my gloves"

to any great extent in Bradford Lyster walked over to the paper-
'I strewn table and moved a heap of
county, although the Satsuma oranges
Walter J. O'Nell, s> son of Erin, changed big name to Walter Berg l_ magazines."I .
flourish there. In all probability Lave up the Catholic religion, when_he_fell In love with Ruth Friedman, a don't think they're here," he
oranges will in time !become a Wttty Jewish girl said, end at the sound of his voice-
lending product the voice of which she had been
kk I'ecnns are receiving considerable, --,---- dreaming night and day since lost

n attention and orchard: are being she heard It-a sudden faintness fj
many came over Nan; she swayed a little
The shown that 2 : AUTO TAGS TO BE
planted. report Over the toward the table, clutching It with
,oo, 60!) bushels were produced in 1921, both bands to steady herself.

the total number of (pecan trees within Sho< could not bear It-she could jaw

' the county being 22,3l! all in a MADEATRAIFORD not! For en Instant her nerves i

flourishing condition The entire stampeded; all her natural compos es u0e" .-
a the IaPyly..e uro tied! if it had not been for the
Y county limy be said to justify
I presence of the girl she knew she
production of these nuts since the
few groves that have come, into bearing '' Definite steps have beer taken by must havo flung herself. at L.yster'8 Peter stared at Nan with a puzztctl sort of look
toot and Implored him to remember
I the board of commissioners! of state
yield' from $5,000 to $20,000 an institutions for erection of how ho had loved her-how much : "What am I to do? Oh, Mi, honor-to try and spare me?" i!
No better reHtilts bo obtained ., J the pro- had been to another.
nually. cnn tney one Arnott what Is there left for me "Miss I "
pOlled plant for the manufacture of promise
:, from a grove of any kind \vitli I With a mighty effort she pulled In all the world?"
leas I labor., 1 automobile tugs/ at the Kaiford pen. herself together; the girl turned Ha tried to comfort her In his Nan choked back a sob. !
i tetiury, and the state office building "Thank YOU" she sold "And now :
Crapes too, arc coming to the front I II away and was lifting the cushion clumsy way."Thlnlla
in Bradford county and the young:, I at Tallahassee ( I I from a big armchair In a friendly will\ come all right-the -I wonder If you will beery kind .
attempt to find the gloves, but Lyster doctors say that he may get quite ,,, "
P though just approaching" A committee, composed of Ernest and proi! me me something else?
vineyards, .
stood quite still on the other side of right In time Not that he Isn't :
Amos, comptroller, Nathan Mayo, "If han .
tho bearing produced 3K10) pounds
Loge tho table, staring et Nan with a right now-I don't mean that-but *
4 lust yriir. reached, !pears and plumsare commissioner of agriculture:: and J, puzzled sort of look In Ills> eyes it'. so difficult to explain ; It's justas She give a little weary laugh,

likewise produced\ though not in | C. Lulling, treasurer was named to "I'm sorry" he said. "I'm afraid. If a slice has been, cut clean out "Oh, you can-If you will-nevei

great quantities. I work out al details of the tag plantin srwtaataan they're not here-I'm sorry" he of his life. If you'd been out thereIn speak of me to-to Peter Don't try .
conjunction with Charles W. Hunter aid apnln, almost stupidly, and France, I think realize
Cuttle and, hogs have for u numberof you'd more :
to make him remember me; Just !
been of revenue tho board's:! supervisor, anti another broko off."Things. how It happened; It's Impossible to j
yearn u source ... Just b' have as If-as If I wasn't In
,: Poultry i is considered a good, investment committee with J. U. Johnson, attorney II leave them soon about.get"picked the up girl If said you try and: describe It for you. The shell tho v ,'irlcl- w It as If we'dnever
, that got Lyster killed 20 men; It
I in this county. They, an well as general, ; I II. Clay Crawford, "J'r lightly "I expuct they've been was a marvel he wasn't Untuned: 'been, engng J-never .
secretary of state and Mr. Amos met ,
I t the eggs" bring quick returns and always as pinched. too." "

coniund' n good price. During members, wil select u site for the office Nan supposed she must have answered He gave a little apologetic laugh '"If. lease you: wish and n-.w It. tell me Just

odor I 1112.1! eggs" to the value of $IIIR1! building and curry out other pre- ) something, but she never "We get so used: to It out there" wl 1 t h.. Mil,, when you reminded: j

tq t, were !produced. llnunery work in that direction. :i r. 4 knew what she said; her one longIng he explained "Each day and everyday h in .about me-before you came
l was to get out of the room bs- seeing men you've lived with | '
t Thu average temperature( for the Ttotli committee will report on progress h 'me
broke down she turned for months, and stood drinks to, and
tore she ; ;,
t year 1921, was 09 degrees from time to time nt the weekly \ k 1j Ho gna little exclamation of
1; blindly to the door. chummed with brought In dead or 'stress.
The Seaboard:; Air Line runs north meetings of the board
Av : : Lyster reached It before she did- dying It all gets to bo In the natU1cOline d
and south through the eastern portion I The tag plant at Kaiford 'probably t) he opened It nnd hold It for her; hl" of even Is. bout think I', .dn't"I kr.uwhnt rather not-It's no good-hed

of the county and the Georgia Will bea two-story IIlrul'ture1: r. .' eyes searched her fuco again as she trying to make things worse fit ve ha was eaylne 3
I you got to remember that-and I
1 Southern and Florida, extends diagonally Hunter said "with tho lower floor to I pnascd out; when nho had gone he you," he> added, as he felt the little I know you'll Bud It dilllcult., '4!

across from northwest to south the motor vehicle license platen nnd tir I stood for a moment looking after quiver that passed through her. "I'm "I halt only find It difficult If you .3

, a ..netSeaboard. ThL''unneo" brunch of tho liu used wholly in the manufacture ofI her. before ho turned back Into tht only trying to make you und rstand try nnd kilo, anything from me." .,
Starke I room. how a man gets worked up' till all she "
Air Line connects at the given FK said steadily "Please
upper over the makinrof |
tho county sent, likewise tho Tampaand shoes Blurts I' Arnott was waiting on the other his, nerves seem like fine sire, andthenIf I "I told: you that I found your liters .'
and other
wearing apparel 'L.. side of the lounge, He took her anything har'lonnny ," ho
'I t wail tit fast "Of I'd .
Jacksonville Line, 'is a shipping I course :l
for the state's charges ". ,.. hand and drawing It through his shock-crash! and the whole lot is heard: about' you from Lyster-them
'fey: 1 point for products and the center forvegetables {"' urOe.era.. r led her of the hotel. shattered." .
"The tag plant wit ho started;" Mr. I r arm out was a photograph he showed me. -
4" s and general farming. Hunter said, "before anything is done She walked< quite firmly and steadily Nan tried to understand but her ."

j Sampson City, on Sampson Luke, towurl, the construction of the penitcntiury I Charlie! Hoof is the world'-* clianx and ho glanced at her curiously brain. felt like wool; rho could only I (ITo Re Continued) j

from Is a junction five directions for railroads, connecting coining with in the IJaiford itself.structure It is desired' self.nus-to! mute 'I caught pion pole him vaulter.in the art This of "movie"topping I &,tutu 1I11nllllllnllllllllllllllliIllU'IU1IIIUUlllllllllllllllll' llllllllilllllr.III1"r"I ""t'711411pllllUlllllllrllrtllllrlIllHlllilClI' : : : : ? :: :MIIII: :" nI'I'IIrmmrmnnIl1I"r"I'Ir.mm'm::: :'., ": ::: : : '! : !::: !llnm:! ".

upon a
important points and forming a shipping tf.' 'bar ut thirteenvt.. HofT is I --, ,
basin --- -- -- ---
tuining -
center. Sampson Lake offers additional hu added.The us promptly an possible, i,i, 'r nnng at L1 ..unoiith I Cui- Ii Closin-g date-Not lat-r than May 8 FLORIDA MELO" MEN WILL! USE; to tell what might-- -- -- -"-Mr.-Cra
attraction to the angler nnd ofU'.; fur Ins Aaivucuat happen,
't tr those whi enjoy hunting office building new nemteiitfary -.._ 1920./! .1 TICK FREE EXJELSIOK I'ACKIM: I continued, "The fellow who doesn, '
--.-_ and, tug 1lant.VOI'C all author Award-The H. 8, Pirotf> Ii' "e live up to it will have to suffer thonsequences.
OFFK'KKS) SEEK: HO.\u H.\NI:' > I'S! ized ut the special session! of the legis. S.I 1tJECT FOR NATIONAL:' Years University Scholarship, provid Take Steps to avoid Demand of Geor. < One offense will get alof
l lature 'II COOI) IUI.\US ESSAY CONTEST gin Growers for Federal In. > the "
h'Illn November The former ing tuition and all rcusonaM>1. e .1 melon farmers in bad.
Courtly Gentlemen; Hold up Autoist on structure wil be built to make avail- nut 1926 ANNOUNCKII:' penses at any college or university in npectiot Florida Shipment. Excelsior which has been properl.v -

(inemile: highway: I able for l.' handled will be in storag.
space ovcr-croudud state de the United :Slates.PreparationEssays Gaineayile. Feb. 23.-As the resultof kept

Jacksonville, Feb. 10.-Courtly gentlemen I partments.. The highway education board has I must. !b.. writ. I a meeing last Saturday in Macon, room_, near the shipping points, and
-.,--- just announced that the \lhI-** for the former obtain carloanlots
bandits with Sixteenth Century ten 011 one side of the paper only. Ga., of tie Georgia and Florida water may it
mnners. and Twentieth Century: tho Harvey S. Firestone Scholarship They may be typewritten or prepared melon ,rowers called to discuss the for $17 a ton, or $20 a ton for les

i methods, four in number, are heimr flE IPbJNYmI essay this year will bo "The Relation" I with pen\: and ink. Each manuscript threaded action of the state of Geor- / bales than that amount. Approximately tw"
of IIighways to Education. are needed!' to pack car
sought today by sheriffs of Raker and must bear the name school *" b gia n forcing Federal inspection of a
This is to all high school of melons
Duval counties and JncV' .1'.'" open i address of the writer in the unoer-lcft all Florida melons shipped through'
officers They are wanted for the Many would pray for the sun monoften students in the United States and carries hand corner of the first Dlilre.I tit state, the Florida growers pledgI I The melon growers will be requiredto
0. Cnnnclay I If tht. spring poet would. follow with it a scholarship which Is I e' themselves to use excelsior which [ make out an affidavit as to the ex-
of Porter
i holdup and robbery the of the of kind, he awnnl.d!. Submission of essays-Kach contea- 1 elsimin
example ground hog :i the (ith its to I 'as been kept free from tick infections I duplicate. One of these will
of Jacksonville on the I e e e This. scholarship defrays all of the tent should! present his or her essay the packing in frleght cars, be attached to the bill of lading and
ville road near Ruldwin early ]last A Pled Saxophonist would b. tile 'to designated
''student's pertaining tuition the school principal or second will he
expensed to cording to an annoucement sent to Dr. Bahnsen.
night .:Mr. Cunudav is. maniK-er Orange of modern rut chaser e e e room, board books and special teacher with the request that it be er I It..reel by county agent Fred!' L. Craft, I1c'l

the Seminole :Motor Company fees during four years at any collegeor in the National Good Roads F- attended the meeting the
Few men realize hat "glad rsgs" as

Canaday streets told lIe l police last $S4.that ho teas are until they mnrry.e he university may choose In to the attend.United States that say Judging-The Contest.. supermtendent s.In; _- i I, tative"After of the the growers 1925 season of this Dr county.Peter .L<
driving toward Jacksonville wh.'n he Modern fashions confuse one In deciding of cipnl or teacher of each sthoo'willhave Buhnaen state .
veterinarian of
.. .'." The General Extension Division the Georgia -
was hailed four! miles w who the chaperon u.e of the grading c
win, on the National hlo"f} e e the University of Florida acts as the charge I who handled the tick eradication WOMEN KIN' ROLL OO1HElR
State representative of the Highway school essays. there, sent letters to the freight
There .Is nothing worse than a woman each
four men, standing near a dosed car/ three essays from sOC-r uT RugIN' )!
The best agnets. saying that Federal
continually begging her bus- Education Board and will b .I.f! rn a Inspection
politely asked the loan of a pump. band for money-unless It Is her demanding furnish. information to all schools interested high school will be forward: to the of the Florida shipments would UP THEIR SlGT
As Canady was expressing regrets at Divlsirf\ -
It. General Extension probably be
demanded; said
in enl reinA' the contest. Mr.
not having one he heard a command e e e University of Florida undo postmarknot Craft yesterday "This would l s SOME7J.I/N/ I
to raise his hands and saw an uglv re. Borne singers' voices should be cultivated. In addition to furniahinir information later than :May 29. 1PJ-| The state hamper the general movement of the> DONE !
I volver pointed at him. Others should be harvested. for the contest and acting an will submit the Board Florida
-- crops as they are loaded,
After searching his carefully tho State representative for the Hiirhwnv :h state. in
I the hest essay from fI> several different cities and towns in
men forced Cumuiy to run his. car into toward Jacksonville, Cunnduy got his. Education Board, the General Extension The scholarship wi' be awarded bv each county at the same time. This

', a ditch at the roadside. They then I car out of the ditch, drove to Baldwin Division !gives a gold! medal to a national committ to b. nnnmnro.l would either necessitate a large/
of raid itor.When and! had the rnlintor supply the winner of the State rontco Commissioner armyof 1V
ran the water out his re- by the United Sues federal inspectors, which would not
1, one of the men forgot hn plenished. lie c-then came to Jacksonville ,'' The following are the rules ]laid of Education. Tb decision of these be furnished, for it would seriously

i breeding and, suggested hitting ('", m. and reported the robbery. '! down for the contest: judges will be flal- delay the movement of the melon

day with a pistol butt, another naid.' Two of the men wore button emblems j Subjest-Tho Relation of Imrnoved In formation-Ml requests for Information crop."

according to Canaduv.:! of national frnt' ". | Highways to Education.: shout be addressed to General I In order to remedy the situation the

"No, we don't want to hurt any zutions, according to Cunaday. All i Length-Not to exceed 700 words. Ettensl Division. University Floridians promised Dr. Bahnsen that South

body. All we want is money." I were young men and well-dressed. Im I Eligible-All students of hiirh school of Florida, ainesvllle, Florida. they would use the inspected excelsior Fleming Jacksonville; -Moore.Shutt-

Soon after the bandits drove away said. 1 grade. Mildred P. Winfield., i "If one farmer falls down it I Is hard biuljmgs Co.. anounces $2,000,000
program for Locarno.



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fe knows that we carry the finest MOM" ,iiiul young men, save on your. new *=!
i ",; waters, rarest perfumes, sweetestsoapH Spring and Summer Duds. We are now ITYe
and most delicately scented powders displaying theory latest in :Suits:; : for e .
as well as all the usual things that REAL ESTATE min Prices? The most reasonable you ,
a well-stocked drug store has ready for will 1 find.l \t
emergencies or every itay_

and Timber Lands Residence in Slarke, HuildinjIx $22 50 to 27 75
PLAY SAFE AND BRING Improved "Farms Turpentine ::
ts for Homes and Business, Lake Kingsley Waterfront Ix>Us. 4a r


Mitchell's Drug Store J. M. Alvarez 111

The Store Where Quality Itnlt'4Mason ;

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/ --what else please? Lakeside Property For f Ca],.ua.fnu. '

Gathered here from all corners of the SPRING
you to invesligntr\ at om'pj; 30 nrtvs small lake -
earth are natures most delicious food and nliont fort from snmll Inko there >naM. {
seventy a \ / .
Work; order. .
products, ready for your instant is another Inrgo bountiful lake both lakes '
and always I t.J a
ing. Staple fancy groceries noted tor fishing; on Improved mad orange,
fresh and at the I lowest prices is a rule I VS.at..
grapes, good dwelling:, pump on porch .
When you want plastering or bricklaying here. 1 1.2.miles from town; fenc.rd. land l ii You will believe it if you see the jfeorgou.i Ith
rolling. Fur quick action will turn for new colors in Hats, Coats and ml
done, a house stuccoed, a concrete $3,000 term can be arranged. fly
down foundation put fTl'NS'R-Don't be the last to have 14 .II.

walkwant it done well it will EQUIPPED TRUCK FARM NEAR Spring costume--Come nnd select your lat
up- pay
Starko 10 acres practically all under fence
you to I let us do it. No job too big or WESTERN PORK CHOPSSPARE and tillable, rood I water, rich I producing.I I soil, while they are fresh and new.Marguerite's ft,1

small. RIBS, LAMB CHOPS school in night, neighbors in calling dilltance.Inl'ludmg w,
mule, wagon, cow and kitchen stove. holo t I
Phone 121 for the Rest in Meats If I ran sell thin week, will take 1200.
.Phone 3 Properties will bo shown by the owner.G.M.INMAN. Shoppe 'a

Variety Market t.o t.or


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inst\:tution you open your way to many ----- -- .. I

prh leges which leads to broader business .
Hero's n. letter from the luink: they' Bay aI.
relations. t hey'II IK glad t to loan tin the! money That's I. 1//

IF '\)U ARE NOT A DEPOSITOR here a load off of my mind. I don't like to borrow I
from our friends or relatives. Then, too .
we vll: be pleased to have you with us
Are you helping to pay the rent of the big city stores wa.v.JlII one knows our liiisinosH it'n confi .
so th.t :you may find out by actual ex- lentil.with ti
pcriei3c what it means to be affiliated Are you contributing to the taxes, insurance interest, employes' I
i>real bank. wages, and the hundreds of other expenses of the department "stores of ,
t mail order houses? roUUTKOUH( )( W1M.INC r ; f i t
STEP rt any time and have a talk with AN)) HEl.PKUIjSERVICE: .
Most surely you are if you are buying anything from them. ; i
us. ,.
Every dollar's worth of goods sold by such business houses must help WHEN: YOU NEED IT i I
pay these expenses. These costs are enormous and must be paid-and ifyou

(buy, you pay.

Isn't it better economy to buy from the merchants of your town?
You pay 'less'and you get more, and your money stays where it will be
;invested for the ,good: of Starke. Bradford County
Bank of Sta rke


"Bant of Helpful Service" i'I

We Pay 4 Per Celt. On Savings oI I
Buy It I In Your Town Bradford County's financial Stronghold !

\ Established 1889 Starke. I la. o.

YOUR HOUSE NEi. ? F IINE GIFT New Low Prices On ;, 1''I'I'p.,

firemen answer a cal! it may be yo\ FordsTouring STUMP\ BIG FEBRUARY SALE

home. Farmers are e-PfCially warned Pros to To the friends who is hard to please IS NOW GOING ON '
insure their house mgs. -to HER and to mother father, sis l
tection costs but little ter and brother, give! box of STATION $310 Runabout $290

Don't wait 'till the bell rings. Insure 1. ERY for birthday gift.Beautiful Tudor Sedan $!>20 Fordor Sedan, $565 Trade At Home .
tints or plain white all the Cou
now. \ same quality-the test. Handsomely Imo.Detroit You can buy as cheap Stump's", IM youFireTornadoAUt0mobileTheft
F O.
\boxed ready to give. can from mail order houses
.tome In 'lodny and :detect YnUrn.' _

Harold C. Wall STUMP'S STORE

.. RUG STORE I J.. W. Andrews Jr.DayphollE .
(Formerly Ionian & Ritch) II


Night Phone 130 / .


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; ; ; e ., -3 lots in Starke in L. 'T. & Go's. add. -- u
Con. $1,000. n B. Crews, Jr., to II. J. Rolling Clark-15 acres in sec. 3722. Con. I Wain-5 lots in Blk. 16, Starko in L. Kln aley. Con. $87.50.
acres C-6-21. Con. $1,500.00. $1000.00.L. I and Co's. add. .
T. Con.
TRANSFERS R. J. Davis and wife to R. F. Clark\ $7,500.00.Minnie J. M. Dukes and wifo to John A. i-
REALTY .\, _10 acres 22622. RoeV Woodard and wife to II. S. r. Galney and wife to R. A. I' Phillips and huahand to C. Kbcl: Jr.-112 1-2 acres 30-5-2: Con.
and S. Holder-Tract in lee.W. Weeks-120 acres 5720. Con. $2,000. A. 'utch and J.o'. Kicklitcr, Jr.-
. . S. .1 Edna and C. P. Lewis to A. 13.I i, 36 7* $2000.00. ,
I Con. $500.00.White.Vreen Lots 13, 14 in Blk. 35 in Peek's add. I
Braddock-Lot 2, N 1.2 Lot 3 in Blk. J. B. Thomas and wife to II. E.
Trustees Town of Lawtcy to A. M.BUncharJ .
and wife to G. C. .
A. J. Thomas and wife to Robert Davis and Truby's add. Con. $1,- |\ Thomas-33 acres 23-7-20. Con. $:i00. Con. $500.00.C.
3 in
In R. N. crew 8-9.22. Con. $500.00.:; -i loU in Blk 21, La..tey. t.
Starke G A. .
Demore t-8 lots ]in 500.00 L. L. Johns to J. P. Brewer-20 L. Peek and wife to Chat. E. .
Dowlins's add. Consideration 1000. E. L. Biggs and wife to Mae B. I Turnerjjdiner: and wife to J. .O. acres 12620. Con. $1000.00.T. I Armstrong-Lot 3, Blk. 30 in L. T. & Con. $::0.00. /
19622. Con.
R. L. Hannnn to Genevieve Hannan \VelU-Blk. 14 1-2 Blk. 6 In Lawtey 500.00.C"res| $1- T. Blackburn! and wife to John AEbel Co's. add. Con. $::OO.OO. If. O. Gnan and wifo to General Loo if H

_ 'Tract 24522. II Con. $1.000.00.G. 2eBIk"fc! Mary B. Mallory Jr.-Tract in Blk. 4 in Lawtey.Con. .i M. E. Edwards to Minnie S. Brown' -Tract Lot I 5 in lilk. 1 in Sturkc. Con. "
Mrs. Angie S. Sternber to R. F.Demorest W. Roberta and wife to W. H. EdWBrds Lot in John. add.' 250000. -25: acres in Lawtey; 20 acres 235. $00.00. '1
,: Starke In L. T. & -Lot in Lawtey in Blk. 4. Con. Con. $300.Starke; John A. Ebel .tt.:
-3 Iota In I L. If. Hill and wife to 22.Mrs. Lake Kingslcy Dev. Co., to Alto
C. L. Peek
I) Co..., add. Con. $1.500.00. 100000. 28\wle to IdaBlkf27. Lee Jr.-Blk 10 in Lawtey. Con. 300000. Joseph P. McCulley to J. S. '; .
Blk :
P. Glover Warrkk Lot 11,12 in BIk. 16 In Lake 1'
Charles '
E. Flairl to Andrews 20 26522. Con. $1.00 |
and wife to S. D. Wills- Lizzie TemVo. blk. 27, Lot 9, D. A. Barry to First Baptist church acres I '"
A. 34721. Con $500.00. l -4 lots in Blk. 11 in Hampton. Con. in Inman\dd. Con. oOO.OO.:; Graham-Tract 29721. Lake King+ley Dev. C., to E. H.Jernigan 'j Klnfslcy Heights No. 1. Con. $37.00 ,
40 IL acres F. Clark and wife to R. J. Davis $1,000.00. G. M. wife to R. F. R. F. Clark and wife to Robert Me- -6 LoU in Blk. I 6 in Lake I CONTINUED ON PACK l>> ... ,, (< Ifi .
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.c-----------------, :. Mr. George Powell and! Mr. Harry t.------------,.

I -. !Powell, of Jacksonville were transacting ,--=. --- p r
i business in lust week. r. ,
"" troy I
<::><:: ji8\-1I. I IO Elder II. V. Skipper w.ll hold scrvn I Stop at the ';

i>s at the town hall Thursday and !

Friday evenings. While here he wiilIK American Lunch i
jieIJ I
i it } the guest( uf his! daughter: Mrs. E. I

K.: !Dumpy.Mr. ) for sandwiches dinner and

: Richard. Smith of Jacksonville, Short orders. "

PIIfIIU 2P was visiting friends in Lawtey thus

t ._ --. ------ .. ..-.-. -.- -.- -. -. -.... week. I itruren! Lfebeno,
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OJ' Rev. I.). P. Hinson was! a visitor at

RA<'KKNMrs. :Mitch} .II were chopping in lamesvillo; tho home of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Har- STARK .
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lust :Mi'iiduy. roll Friday. I f
John McCullough Tharin Jr., Mr. :.VI. I. :Scull; telegraph operator Mayor and Mrs William Bryan were TllUKSDAY-HtlDAY KADCLIFFK. : CIIAIITAQUA

of Minl'Mon' announces the engagement' at St Catherinu visted his in StarkeSunday. I HOOT GIBSON ('()MINIw: K) Sl'AKKfci .
of her (0-- -
) and approaching marriage fnmilv here last Sunday. ---- In

daughter, Alice Louise) to Mr. Mow. Mr. and :Mrs. A. J. Jones, of Anniston BROOKEKBrooker I "TUBCALGARY STAMPEDE" The Ruddiffe Chautauqua will be

ard Milton Bracken, the marriage to Ala., were the guests of Mr. in Starke for three day.., March 17.i
March 5.-Mr. E. L. <.: The world's greatest western showon .
take place in .Tune Jones aunt, Mrs. clana JIJI1('!!. They) roa. / 18, 19th! giving an afternoon and eve. '. $+

', Koch cordial intercut centers In the were tnroute for West Palm Beach, ely, of Jacksonville spent last! week the screen! ning performance each day, a three !; 4: COFFINS & CASKETS
here looking after his property.Mr. I With exclusive high-powered action'scenes
,' approaching event, both Miss Tharin and will visit other points of interest day festival of music, recreation and i
: Roland Weatherford of Key staged at the famous Calgary I *
y and her fiance being popular with a in South Florida before their return. inspiration The programs are varied AadsFaUUa..1

4 wide circle of friends..Times-Union, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith who West Is here visiting. relatives. |I Stampede. to suit the taste of all. T U'II/.rl.ltera'S..pIi.. .
Messrs. T. C. and Harley Hazen of I I
February 2Rth. have been spending the winter in UNIVERSAL-JEWEL Guarantors for the Chautauqua this .

S Miss Tharin who watt a member of Orlando. are the guest of Mrs. Smith's! Center Hill, were visiting! friends and I SATURDAYA 1 year are: A. E. Dunham S. S. Dow. t AUTOMOBILE HBARSBAlwaya
relatives here this week.
, the B. If. S. faculty the past. term has parents, Ehler J. P. Hancr. They are Robert .F. Ward of Starke in 'j gigantic Drama of StormSweptLoves ling, Woman's Club, C. L. Peek, D. E. + ..... Tfc baat ... r

made many friends here who will receive on their .return to their home in Kansas town Tuesday. was and Lives! I, Knight, Thomas Hanson, L. Wyman :.; **.. at tk* lawaat nrleaa Spada -

the above announcement with City, Mo. Mr. Alexander and son, of Jackson. I I Columbia Pictures. presents"S. II. A. Tucker, J. M. Truby, O. L. Beasley t ",-,,- toDeWITT e.l1tpaIIIa....
wide social into cut.H Miss Mary Nimmo, visited her sis. A. B. Williams L. G. L.V' .
*--- yule, were here visiting friends and O. S. PERILS OF THE SEA" .... .......... XRbsI_.
c ) ter. Mrs. W P. Birt last Sunday, at | \ Kickliter O. M. Inman D. C. .
C .MtKYCROSI: nY Alachun. relatives this week. I Featuring: Jones. ;

. Mr. ami !Mrs. -K. L. Crosby announce !Mrs. It. I). Kawley. who has been :Mrs. C. G. Barksdulo. of Inverness ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN ROBERT At a meeting of this! committee at C. JONES .
: is here visit with her Rister Mrs. !
the marriage <>f their I daughter Ruby the gueot, of Mrs. C. .K. Harper, for J. M. Mott.on a ELLIS AND A GREAT CAST I I the Woman's Club Wednesday, aftl'r'l ... STARKE FLA +

several week left last Friday for her D. C. Jones elected ...
Eliza, to Mr. 1 Koheit" A. Hurry of At.lanta :Miss :Mildred Rivers, of Cleveland Hlh EPISODE-CIRCUS MYSTERY noon, was chairman
and Titusville, :Sunday; February! home. in ( reen Cove Springs.Mrs. Ohio H. A. Tucker, secretary, and Mrs. J. H. II i f. '

twenty-first, iiim-leen hundred and I B. H. Lofhn, of Jucksonvile, came Wednesday to visit :Mr. andMrs. MONDAY I TUESDAY, WEDNES; I Ritch chairman of the Kales commit. -- -- ------ -
,- G. B. Colson. She will spend!
twenty-six. is spending. this week with her motherMih. DAY. I tee. Among other matters decided I I

E. The marriage unites, two prominentold I, (;. V. Knight. some:Mr. time Cleveland here. Mutt and mother of THESIIPLION.IIAGGEICTY; was that of holding the chuutauqua at I FOR OVER

Southern families both boasting Rev( Hicks filled his regular appointment Water Oak. here : <; ; 1 PLA>'HUH the Woman's Club building instead of |

n number of noted Southern statesmen. at the First Baptist' church spent Sunday as In using a tent. Messrs. I). E. Knight; i
L JUl'qlJor :Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. :Mott.
last Sunday.V. RcsHJe, CaFtan and Miss Free Wynn Late Plays, Vaudeville, Dancing Specialties I S. S. Dowling, Thomas Hanson! and I Ii o YEARS
f M rM. Hairy is I a Jacksonville girl, \ C. Cochran and family, who have motored, to Worthington i :Mrs. Knight were elected to serve on

although hhi> him ,made her homo in been located. in the Taylor cottage! on Springs Sat No pictures theue nights I the advertising! committee
1: urday' morning.Mr. / I
.1' Church street moved to the F. M.: I haarlem oil has been world.
'fit iiiI', for I the past two yean' a
# : and :Mrs. I. W. PinhoNtcr Mr. AII 1JSSION, 20c and lOc i
!Mr. li.irry 'is <' native (if Atlunla but Johnson farm in the nOIth"I'nlart/ ->f Colds. Cause I wide remedy for kidney,liver and
and :Mrs. O. A. Pinholster ami :Mr. and Program as follows: :Monday: "The (J rip and Influenza:

him extensive holdings in and near town this week. Mrs." N. E. Baxter, of Tampa spent Slacker"! ; Tuesday, "The jo'lupp..rj"W..dm'Rdny. ; .",;.1"E URO):.!') Ul'ININE Tahli-ta remove | bladder disorders rheumatism
Titusville, where he spends) the groat- One important/ realty transfer that the thu D ht , ;.. :
wpck-end here with friends and "Hypocrites. taut. : n a mly ui.e 'llnmtu 'Juinlne.K > :r.au:: aL'.r ic I:.wM i COUdi UIJ8.Q1 .
) g er !part of his time, he is active in took place t this week, win the two relatives. W CKilVi: ,' I -- -
various civic organizations in Titus-! Inigc: store buildings on Main street, L. A. Brown business visitorto LAKE: BUTLElirTjr TUB !MOVIES; .
was! a
k yule.t which belonged\ to W. 0. Seals, of Sturkc and Iawteyfonday: after i D M iLiI

# The couple will visit !points along the Jncksonvilc, were sold! by J. F. noon. Mr. Jerry Fairbanks, u very prominent I DEAFNESS HAARLEM OIL

d' west coast in their car, and on their Houser real estate agent, to ArthurI. H. P. Gainey and kaiford Brannen, moving picture man of California !Is often caused! hy nn .''nflamed condition I B Efr J i'11:oT--
Titusville where I Could. is in Lake Butler this week. It of the rmirouft "n'''' .C the lOunUictiian
, return will, reside in so j
were attending to business In Daytona Tube. V\ hen thin l">ibi'' Is inflamed. you
home auu.ts them.-Times- Next Sunday, March 7th there will happened" that he is on a vacation and rllmhlll. ,
their new I Ia. A Union, Feb. 28th. be preaching at thp Christian churchby .being u personal friend ofIr.; D. A. hearinic. Unloun. the Inii.immatlua& can j Three sizes. Ail
Rev. Wm. Moody of Lacrosse bt druggists. Insist
was rudurpd. your n"uring may be destroyed -
A Mrs. Barry, who with her parents Elder;l J. P. Hancr", and at the in our town Saturday afleumon. King, president of KingProperties, I furcier.HALL'S on the original genuine GOLD ME .U..
were former residents! of Brooker Methodist church, by Rev. York, of Inc., of this place. His services were CATARRH! linPICINR: wilL
..k MisH :Mildred Rivers left Saturday do what claim for H Mil. --
we yfeur system -
moving to Jacksonville about five, Waldo.J. for Lakeland where sho will ; secured by King Properties, Inc., to I of Catarrh ui l.'wuni'm" caused by /

;%i years ago, mid has many friends F Johnson, Brack Prevail anti, a few "itnys! with friends anti I ,iplntlves.spend photograph the scenic beauties of Lake Catarrh. HAM/SOA'TAURH MEDICINE'
has been
who will wish Vivian Saxoneturni, from a fish- I Butler, this! will not only be taken successful m the trefctmMt ol
throughout tho county :
:She: Catarrh for
will return here aid' nrnd sometime over Forly I YearS, I
for her a happy; inurried life lag trip on lajcc Santa Fe lust Friday before she from the ground but also from the Sold by all druggists Amazing Power of
-- -. -- I nnd exhibited. largo bunches of fishes, !goes back to her air. P. J. Cheney ""., ToledOV A ,
home in | I
Cleveland Ohio.
f & MISS! WNC'ANVKDS' which' showed that' they wc>re skilled 1 !Mr. [Fairbanks Jur the past six
H. F. Ilazen
I was a visitor to Starkit Mexican
S. S. :McANHUKWSMiami : fishermen as well a>< lucky ones years has been connected with several
;Mr. and Mis. .1. (Ii. Laniurcaux left large studios of the west '
Keb. :.W.---'I'he! marriage of "Monday I for Tampa, where Mi.i Lam : and Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot of some of them were the :Mayer, Warner t 666 LinimentStops
Starke ;
Miss Kalherine Frames Duncan) spent Sunday here as guests!
| will his duties Bros.
I. orciiux resume as! con :Metro-Goldwyn: and olhers.1!
of Mr. md Mrs. 1 R. T.
daughter of Mr. K.: I'. Duncan, to S. S.
-r I tlm.t"r for the S. A. L. railroad.! Photoirruphod such pictures as "Rip n prcflcriptlon for
McAndrows of Chicago/ took plat-' : :Mrs., David Dones) Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Mr. anti :Mrs. G. B. Colson Misses! Van Winkle" "One FmtlishVife," ', COi.lS. GRIPPE. PLK, DENOUB. B1UOU8FEVGR : Rlirun.atism Pcne-

3 Friday evening, at 5 o'cliuk at home. ,mid daughter Miss Thclma aol< FuuVyn, Mildred Rivers and IilhieNm1. "Compromise," "The Sap" and many ,; ; AND MALARIA.It rates through the Skinto
,If The brido wore a "mill t traveling gownof :Mrs. :Malt Hall visited :Mrs. ])nv iI in Starke.- spent Friday evening more :Mr. Fairbanks was an aerial kill the ...m.. tie Bone
fawn faille with blonde .satin tnniiniiigH Jones Green Hall of Orange I
brother i
photographer during World War,
and hat. Her corsage E.: J. Ward of Tampa! spent Sunday -
a gold-lace heights last Sunday. ) and says Lake Butler's scenic beauties To Stop a Cou' h fIIck!
rosebuds and vallevlillu'S. hwith his wife, :Mrs. E. J. If joUBiilT'' 'iroa liluiu malic
was of pink : pain sit
Thu Chamber of Commerce enter are wonderful.! Having .such an take HAYES' HEALING : ;
ami Ward I HONEY a "i-i.tt or hat i In i it ii bnrk or food null an i
: 'vff There were Ho lamed last Friday evening with u freo experienced and professional man like cough medicine which stops the couiih,' by . ,4 only members of tho family were picsent. supper.) A pleasant time was enjoyed Mr. II. B. Wiggins, the county superintendent this in charge, we are certain to havemotme lienl.ru. the inn.-imed and irritated tissues.A Ii ,,ll niLnUt'/uf' / ;Mi-xlrua 'tIuOi,".: .
l'ullIlH I unit roses were used in was a visitor hero Thurs box l.lnlnii'iit, rl.tot U rnoiu-tliuiinrooraL-lili' .
; large number of the citizens of I
i by) a excellent work produced. The GROVE'SPhN'TRATE ,
day evi "HUM,. I "PinIn: n'niint' jiffy It will' pcn..o roI '
the d'ol'ationM.Irs.: K. I 1' ALVL
nnd iiili'icsting. subjects were discussed King Properties Inc., hove done some > for Chest Colds, Huacl Colds; "rdHAYhS' I IhriiUKll. tOot' .kl Stool XLKilliHund culm ci.
for the wedding a gown of blue ,by \\'. A. Tobey. A. I., and F. Prof. C. II. Williams! left Saturday excellent work around the south side Croup, Ig enclosed 'NUll' every puin.u." *. <.f ron.lort cal n': '
georgette.The afternon for his home in Georgia.ir ; 1 : IILALI.NG:; ; 1iEy; : Tj.e'sulC'e Mlllhpi", ,, i
Rev. I Henry I lilai.kburn officiated C. Ooiild%l and-. others.LAW. -. j and :Mrs O. G. Strayhorne, of of the lake, and are working daily Bbould! be rubbed en tho chest and tlinml Tho., .ik'bli', I IJI..tr"tlole; Put' r .
His father Jrt "i'do' spent Sunday eveninc herew leaninir up the underbrush also! have of children suffering: from a Cold: or Crouj Mt-Mcuii isAntt. l.iniim in o iHthur.'tM.WllV .
at the 'IK\; .
ceremony. It. ml ,
41' t their tractors' pullling down the large \\l IMIIl to! >- Iwlll|| n |
tim I the. tatter's :Mr and The* "''511u4' clInt 01 IInvc' illminry! [ In- .
the Rev. Fred Itlut$ ''kburn' was the "t' parents, .IJoth"'hn'8rnml"ord"lI, | uh-II'I.' oioriiinx'ti mliiiKuml ..h.iitlin
firia tin t .lerg.\ man' at I the inn rrittgl' J.llwl..y.Iarch: !-Ilr. itnd, 1 !Mrs. J. :M.S l I'1.: ; i. Ilazen.Mis. trees" preparing the site for the large I"y" 0 P"DT.nll Salvo !Ihruullh I (ho 1""ni the <--",','(ci 'i|,, '" .itCuo' II..\I .,.5h': ". '1 ioi. w. -
: i I IJ hotel to be erected! in the I h.skIn ....,,, pores or ilirfulli I,, ., 'f Ill-ills ..
i F:. :M. Hazcn very near 'IOPA 11'JUII". "' cmI" I burnt
of the bride's parents 2H' years ago U. CII r 1'11111 ne were vinilors to Starke anti aon', _Alph lIu'h rt'nuodleo. '
I future. u' peeked !hi ous morton oni ulte 10110'.11101"\ ; i"i I l.fi a vulii.ihki fl''''' '
The bride i is the only child! of her IlIql week. "p nt Sutiinlav: iifteinoon, i in A Inch un i iIII i --- oust uf ho lOUI"ucd: If 111101t'at :I:.. 10 It,.. 5:0: Jii. IIIMI..iat all Un.. .;. \

father and. is. 11 daughter of the first :Mr. L. .L. Siipp accompanied, by: his I Iliirh i Snrinu-s., i I II HAMPTON HAS NEW' I Just lI"k yu"r druggist for II<\YtS' Uii.) -i 1- Ul i. hdlriiulurs, 1 11'I) ,Lsfcu ,
L. R. Gn.i.y"t; : HEAU'IIG' IIONI:" 'v I 'mit -_l ii- 'L I It for you j
and 1
II. P.
marriage. son and clnlllhll'l'Ir.;' ii nil l 'tI rn. Ros. I Gainey wereat MAP OF TOWN I
Mr and :Mrs. McAndrews lefthortty cop Sapp', of !M.nmi: are visitini ''Milling. ti> business in Gainesville i I -- I
after the ceremony for Chicago, his friends in 1/av.tcy. on.' dav last week.Mihs [ llamptoa has been "on the map" = = .

hum, and cxpcit t" sill in two woeks linth Smith': loft for her home I for many years anti, its enterprising I
:M r. lu,11: rH. K.: I 1)). C'.il Iway spent '
for Kngland.' :\MoAmlrcw: Is with the week-end',, in JacKsom! i in 1',111,I 't t'I illo' Suit ourdoty nftcrimoM. citizens are determined that it shall 1

,,. tho Western l Klectrir C'niiipany and Dr. (;. W. Brown of Tunipa.' I is the I 1.'v.. Hutler, Worthington Springs, 'i i'il'.d remu: there. For this reason they: I

is being. sent to London to init.tll anew I 1t'1I.t, of his daughter, Mrs. ..1.I'. 1 his regular. appointment here engaged'! II. E. Lagcrgren to make an Dr. Paul G. VeitzCHIROPRACTOR I
will be at lN Tree Will Baptist church :Sun-; of ,
telephone system. They :Moore for a few d.iys.: I His many up-to-date map the town. lie had I' ...
aimmd" two jenrs. Tin1 bride i is n lends are glad! to ucu. him i again.Mr I d.l Hi 'i-ning and evening. a rather tough job in compiling th:' ..__

Florida girl and was born" at Staike : and :Mrs. Tilt mil of DeLand, havobeen Mnr f school closed last Friday. A many additions! finding the owners of I Over Magnolia

and( was c>ducaled t at the Ktoridu Col. \ visiting lit the homo of :Mr. and ,! play was given by the high school the respective panels anti make sur. [ Cafe Hours,: '-12 2-5

loge for Women. She is a very lovely :Mrs. (l.V.. Roberts. Thursday night. The name of the veys of such features as were nut I
type. of southern beauty with charac- ; piny was! "An Early; Bird.! It was :! found on the old records, but he delivered :
:\Irs.O\ I. BiggH and :Mrs. J. W.
I I avried out A
successfully. ,
ttristic sweetness and charm. She large the goods) to full satisfaction.The ,
\, c t had just returned from Tuinpn. where Andrews, Jr., of Staro!: were In Town crowd attended and everybody en- [ map is a fine piece of work ind

she had been visiting her uncle and Friday. ojed. the evening. full of information I Ih

her wedding. plans were hastened he.I]I The many friends of :Mrs W. F. Ti). ,
--- ,
p. ;
Mr. :McAndrews was being sent rode will bo glad to know I that she is -
cause :
,i abroad. ,, recovering from II recent illness.P. :i olicc Horco A YES on chargeyour OStoage

!\Ir... McAndrews, wlm with her parents | O. Heiglcr of liawthornc was In "RS

were former resider.ls here, and |i town last week Mr. 1I1'l"lerVIIS 't 0 I

she has many fiionds here who wish I former resident. of Lawtey. : : Battery In [

r for her all happiness.... throughout: her'! Dr. .\. J. Price, district superinten. ,

J married life. I: dent. preached, at Grace :51. E. church

-- -. --0----- 'Friday IV. Price in gifted, f
I night., a Smith's Starke
;i CARD CLUB ENTERTAINED SIH'lIk'r11111 all enjoyed his sermon. I Garage f

Mr. C. II. McEchron, of Troy, N Y., Fb.
!Mrs. W. :M. Wmmvright was hos
business visitor here Tuesday
was a l
tells to members of the afternoon :Mr. S. II. Thompson of :Miami MIn I lf f
bridge' iluh Tue.sd.iy at her npurtnienta -

on Walnut street. :Mr.tnwii I O.last K. Webb week.of .Ja.'K-onville- =================== ======== ==: l

i Little baskets of salted almonds transacting! business in town TuesdayMr. 'r--;

? were served on the tables throughout: Thomas M. Baker of (Columbia I :' R.
the several interesting games after ., DAVIS
j IS. C. was attending to business! f the &CO.INSURANCE
I, Which prifos were awarded. Mrs. N. i' I-awtey National Farm Loanssocia- .
Sternberg was the )holder of high I
t tion this week. I.
hcorc and was given a pair of embroidered I I l Mr. and :Mrs.. I U. C. Hilt!!''' and family .
l pillow cases, while Mrs. J.
of Hastings! were intents
,.' W. Andrews Jr. l'ecllive.1 a dainty box nf their parents, :Mr. und 'Mrs. W. II.Biggs. I I
of handkerchiefs, as holder! j>f second I fct. AGENCY
high. I I Mr. In,1Irs; J. B. Dye and little 1886

Tho guests were served with dainty II I sons, Bryant and Fred!, were .t.itint!
of strawberry
refreshments consisting it
short-cake with whipped cream and :Mr. and.! Mrs. A. :M. Blanohnrd Sund- IL STARKE FLA.

1 coffee. day, they were accompanied by :Mr.

I anti :'ofr... W. M. Burr.
Those were: Mesdames R. I
:Mr. nnd 1 1In.: Pukes of Ocaln were
j J. and W. K. Davis, Frank Hoover J. .
visitors in town Monday.
\v. Andrews, Jr., N. Sternberg, S. i iI JiuksonvilK .e-0I -
Miss Lena Frigo of .
I Church, Vivian Suunders, O. M. Sis- 1; --- -
spent Sunday with her r. rpnt :Mr.
trunk C. A. Futth, N. Wainwright, .
and Mrs. FI'ilIlIt their home in NorthLnwtey.
H. C. Ritch. II. II. Young J. L. Kra- ,

zl'e. E. M. Johns, R. !"'. Demorcst) and I J. --1
I Miss Grace Shelldrake' :Mr. mini! Mrs. Shcrhuso of Tlaw- : L. SIMMONS
theme, were guests :Monday' o. :MrCJeo. I
This club will bo entertained' xtTuesIIIY
F. Young.Mr. .
ut the home of :Mr. It. J.
4 : R. R. Thedo and :Mr.V.. It. Ed- : PLUMBING AND
l ----- -- v>ur
IIAMI'TONHani'iton Jacksonville Tuesday. ,
Mr. anti :Mra. J. H. Hornsby ofStnrke I Estimates Mad .._\Vork
: :Mar h 5.--Mr.: [ Se. t. were in town Sunday.Mr. I i

ono of Keystone Heights real estate i and Mrs.! Ralph Blunc-hnrd are .. sold a farewell I I STARKE, FLORIDA
agents was a visitor" here last Satur pending a few days, in Jacksonville.Mr. Wbo an Cincinnati. 0.. police horses were cr photo ihowi the l I

day. : and :Mrs. Wooten and! children! !ttnnar wu given .'or on. of the horses In a boteL.ln.m. roolll. _

1 Misses Eva Williams and Miss :Maud molored, to Suirke Sunday afternoon. I bon. aaUoc aucar (nun & table in tb*,nxL a.---- __ -_OIL ____.____e_.__ _._.__--...>


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-- -- -- -- ;Miss ZeU'ino Grases of Greenville, 'I
I I SrFKIMSSI.ltlho "
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,IS. C.. and :Mr. and :Mrs. :'tI<'Dullil'I-. r. ii

I i; of Selma Ala, ire motoring down,, TENTAWORIUCOcUMN E El ElI nuirriucc\ is announced "f :Mist;, : I II

Jits of through. the state enroute to Lake Sophie :Marguerite K-.ser, to Mi. Voo"" ", ,,,,"'. I
Wales onJ111 stop over Saturday, I'limles Ashb>' Spcer, on January :.'7, .--. ..' .. _"\; I 'J

to visit their cousin, Mr. and Mrs I li'Jil.: .. :." ', : .' ..
L. II. Eastman. Both contracting Part ku. urn of, ,'" ,, ., < I ,
.I ..rl 'Y.1Z"i)r I iI i I Jacksonville, Moridn. ,. ., ,'PI <"" o I .
I fC:1jj 1- I I y V'Ii ,w :
:PJI J. :( .., f'j |: Kc-v.: Thomas \Hansen announces
I 1S\Lt.-lollrjlU mount of korn. I "f _
i j C'III) ) +
| I'1|{IC-M ltSToS I
(I'mt" IK... .Sunday inorning, ;\1.&<.11 'j, See D. I. Amos, on former J. :M. U /i ,01) .1

Concerning Our People, Business and he will prunih tho second sermon inn Aharez'n place west of Starke 2-1J I| I.a.-l. Sutiiida). cM'iung at the home 8er. I
of the and Town. series of five. to young people und tf. of :Mr. and Mrs.: .1.. M 1. Million who liven t. \ ] 1
Progres County
children. It i iK entitled "The of (
j i shunt distance from. town. theirdatiglitei. .. =
I I the world." EGOSFORHAlVlllNt' : ;-Itarrcd I yliseteiIit': was united, ill ':J I '11rp / ... .

I Rocks and Rhode! Island Red.. H.15;; I the holy bonds nf matrimony to :Mr.Leo ""'"

The circle of the W. M. S. of the l-iT setting John Levett Hampton I Cooper of this vicinity, Rev. \
Weather report for Feb. 1 II*I to 1 1). W. Kelly and K. J. Clover, of the Baptist. church will be held :Monday FB.! 2-20-21( Thonuis\ Hanseii of the 1 First Baptist

March 3, inclusive. I New River section were among the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the! home luirch, off Mating.Several I TY'I'
Fob 18 78 62 00 visitors, to town Tuesday.Fred of :Mrs S. !M.\ Cox. All ladies of the FOIL SALE(Miscellaneous) Arsenate in attendance IIN
of Lend, Calcium Arsenate anil1'nris couples were
Feb. 19 71 46 ..1:; ', hurch are cordially invited to attend. Green for Tobacco beds also and many guest were assembled for IIGood\ \I

Feb. 20 tll 3.1: .00 F. Stump spent Thursday in I Bordeaux Mixture, at wholesalepAces. I the merry occasion I J

o'eb. 21 73 39 .00 New Smyrna looking after business Beautiful line of Easter shoes H. F. Noyes, Box 40!>, Val- They will make their homoin I \

Feb. 22 72 4H .00]' interest tit Stump's. donta, Ga. 1-29-tf. Starke, and have many friends whowish I' "
Jo'eb. 23 73 51 .00 I I' l1
them long and life.
FOR RENT-Well\ located store room a happy
o''b. 24 74 56 .24 Mrs. Ralph Rhodes, and !little son Mrs B. B. Hopson and !Mrs. Maude at Uth Street ------- I Clothes
Feb. 25 77 67 .11 of and Railroad, opposite The annual meeting of the Presbyterian I
I. Tallahassee, are here visiting her Taylor and daughter, Vera Mae nf Station
rental Nye
'eb. 26 74 54 .00 : M. Evansville ; reasonable Mrs J. church wil be held in the/ihurch and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Alvarez Indiana have arrived in C. Wills
o'eb. 27 62 46 .00 I town and have apartments nt the ---- 35tf. next Wednesday, March 10th, at 7:30: I ,

Feb. 28 61 .a0 .00'' R. C.IIeibiTKer, of Keystone Heights home of Mrs J. C. Wills Mrs. HopsonIs WANTED-Real estate that is fairly p. m. At the close of the business Good FortuneA
Mar 1 70 .a\l\ .00' meeting there will be a banquet nt I 1.-
was a prominent visitor to town Mon a frequent visitor here during thewinter priced according to actual value
Mar 2 70 56 .00 day months and has made many and. ran be delivered on short notice the mnnse All members of the smart appearance .!.11(... to.

Mar. 3 63: 46 .00 friends during. her .rl"iis i here vim F. A. Scott, Starke, Flu. It. church and congregation/ are earnestly lea
Total rainfall .80 inches I invited to be prrseut.I'I0ESBY'1'EItr.tN I help to hasten( wro s.pcnrunce a 1\
gladly welcome her -n'-k in nr midst.R. --- ----- -- +F
:Mrs Ada Worders, of Nashville!
FOR SALE) ) -Fine" Jersey row, pure I ef-
ARE YOU? Ill., who ban been wintering in :Miami blood) heifer calf. : '' j
I W. "Weathcrsford of Key West ; young Bargain nt ('lll'Rlll I
hpcnt" last week with Dr. and !Mrs II. none
1 spent several days of this week in $100. N. B. Hull\, Starke. It LEMOIDarcLOTHES
A. Tucker at the Presbyterian manse. Sunday, school .
lit 10 I'leaih-
n m. .
N. G. Yaya of Brookcr, was in town Starke in connection with the old 1 .Id.Ii ,
Sunday v Biting his son, E. W. Hayes.Colo I Lewis estate now in tho courts This FOR RENTTwo rooms. furnished ing at 11 a. m. Junior Endeavor nt .
:Mr. and !Mrs. II. C. Landrus, and property, lying in the city of Miami, I;.,vMigtairg apartment*, with private 2 p. m. Senior Endeavor at 6:30: p. in. pfloaoivn'n. ........"' .>.._.r .".
daughter, Maxine of Mulberry, have .. Pieiuhiiig) at 7.30: Prayer meeting '
Plmters & Fertilizer distribu ,Is, reported to be worth a fabulous oath A. Scott 1 t. p. 1 THE Cixme TAILOHIMO Co. ute
bei'n m town several clays attendingto / at 7ll! > 1'. m. Wednesday.
i Ith
ters at Wlite's. 2125t.I business affairs. I IMr sum today, und there lire several of FOR SALK-One Good black mule Corduil invitation to all the rinse"> ,
Ii the heirs in this section who are socking <<-
-- i weighing !l)0() pounds, valued nt services.. | \\ ill nsvura H i smart ap-; jyul
I.. J.V'rn, of Hampton was a visitor and G. control. :Weathersford is representing $7'-1 -. --- ,
:Mrs. H. Col l to townTuesday. and l :Messrs, T. II. -ml I II. I. J :Markoy heirs, in other sections of the Ross, Molroxe. Klu. : :MARCH MKK'IIMi t : : 'vvht-ro.
state. "oil fitll'lWl' o'rv lat
of lirooker were visitor, to town Frudav OF WH.S[ l'I.t'l\I I \
Me shirts tump'oI.1 -- FOR SAL,!.--UIH. Iron; sale' nuidi by ot,
Sal at
on | I
Radium "silk and "silk broadclothin Little Lock :: '.I 1 :oafc Cu. Will all!! The regular, monthly meeting of the You'll tlo well! to lot us ndw.

i Nice house dresses 9Sc) all colors at Stump's.Quite cheap for .' li. "* I.. Pnm'ott, S'i'Keonian's Cln'i' "ill!) Ic LI 1 IIVedno.lav i
Ho\Trd Flutter !
Marcus of Lake wa : atl I tel :Spring:; Suit tailored -
in town Monda. Slernberg's.Mr Starke, F.. I II: F 11.2 't-r.-ir: .Mirrh the Tenth at tlnei1 | your hei t
I I a number of the farmers and l I'. m. in the (-luh house., The Floridti to your measure: by '

Miss I'erlaVittl'n. of Raiford was : and :Mrs W. U. Hodges and 11 ti m kern of the county met at the Wo LOST OR iTol.KN: One Princeton Day program, which win to be givenat the Noodle Muster.t i_

in town Monday little daughter, of Jacksonville, were man's Club building last Thursday bicycle, color dark blue and this meeting hat been postponeduntil .t.o

(I[ la town during the weekend visiting night to \listen to talks given by rep. from James Richard whlt.1 the April meeting. .t.t..

The spring' Iress goods atSternberg' relatives. rc.scntatives of the experiment station school house Thursday. Mrs J. I. Peek chairman' of legislation ,
Gainesville, as to the proper methods fered for return. :Mrs N. I n. will have charge of the niterI I I lexl
be beat.
'! cart \V"in\
I Mi s Kathryn Holman ia !in town of picking und packing !strawberries wriirht Starke, Fla. :) \ noon's program. All members arc NAT STEHNBEKG "

ARBL'OU this week in the interest of religious\ j jI in order to place them on the marketsIn t11;; ; urged to attend as the Florida (Day iit
WANTED Atrentt I
I work and is the of Rev. and good condition. Tho meeting was our populilr "program u to l>discussed. in full "f
!READING\ /ne Who Forgot"L I guest STARKE FLORIDA
__ :Mrs Thomas Hansen while in town. ranged by R. F Ward, county agent. ] priced \line.. ruffled and !silk! << along with other impcirliint, mutters I IAKo I.Ie:
fringed curb inK. Liberal commission those iiigmbi'i's owing mcnihorhip -
R. Gainej) merhant, of Brooker, Big season, is just nliea <- fee to this the 1-
:New' line of Gossard corsets :Mr. Lewis of the I.'wIKIt'nlr\ :; please try pay nt
was in town M 'nda) and Brassieres at Stump's. h"ul]{ 1'state: film, of Arindia, was in Write for our sc-llin> .r plan. :Mnry.-i- '' melting, The treasurer is very anxious k t

I IlIr. town Wednesday looking after thl'IntC'I'I'Rts ville Curtain t' Marvsville. Ohio to bring her hunk up to tint,..

Wilbur Brown\ of lIke Butler, was : and,! Mrs. A. Wilkerson are of this, firm. 2-19-31 but is unable, to d. so until all fee'tro't' ,. I.r.r.oe
a visitor to town\ Sum iy afternoon.i -- paid.Hostesses.
the !proud, parents of a son, horn Sun- 1"01'LEC"tt"n( Seed) Good .... .. .. .. 'C I.d
1 1\Jo \'STOn"HiIITS: : : for, the arteinooti, are, I1dl. [ .I > ;, t. > t
_no emb"Oldtr11 kinds; d.iKihriinry: 28th. The little fellow quality Upland l Planting Sect) at I In 31 4tvn '_ I
you :Mcmhnm-H. O. I.. Itenslev, .1.' M. Mitchell III /r {
of fancy work it Sternherg's.Miss | has: liven named Kdwnrd:. William. A meeting of the board of directors, $1.00 per hushi'l. also small\ quantity] W. I K;! 1II.loIlo.lon.; 1. W. :Moitriin" ""Axt.OS111' I H's\! | i. n. s, "'\lr'lI "- I.
genuine Sea 'land Cotton seed -I. rl,1"! +"n i1O.niNti
of 'piridSvinpTo l r iixu 'ye
the Heights board of n
Keystone I"
and, Alex J. White of ; 112 1!> : guaranteed, fertile, J. S. Malpiii[ E:. S. :'tlnllh.Ib: ,,r, a.l I
Bell i Mr :MM. grown in I |>iitloii H ti-lit-vi-H prim July : .
Katie Kenrird Trade held i
Fern- the In
of at 'Tuesdayevening
nllines, ill" were guests I Friday of was, on at $? "0 per bu hel). In .'v'nYI'IJI'ht Floreiu> M.iltluws, Sara :M.ilpiii. ,should. ho taken ri'i'nliiily!! |fur I 14 I lo i1!\ 1.ivtoindiiieri'itiilurm t I
andina .spent !Sund; /.her. with friends MIHMI Olive and, Amelia\ ad it was planned to hold a lIBel" f. o. L., Viildostn II. "''. .-- ---- "lion. Stimulate nmlKi'itiilaK'S. j!
Ray ,i booster meeting next Tuesday. At Noy, l.ox 4111!! Valdosta (iu.; l-2'.Hf! I I'cw'l't: \ Itlchey--City: has" 1 :t0! acres <" Very Pleasant' In TuheU"O. i

Chester Andrewgfmtor Haven. which time speakers will tie, arrangedfor I land set aside for. park purposes |nr "tx HI lo. e.S
.Mm I.. A. Weekly, of Ocala, was FOR SALE-By owner. JJKI: acres fine :
was in town Sunday\ and an effort undo ti hnvo a OkpC''hu--! C.ty. votes to upend e.t'
I in town during the weekend visit. 100() ) per cent attendante., It in planned I farming land some good, timber; I $:!I f..ClClO( for public improvements. I
I f I lag her sister, Mrs. E W. Haves.i one.fourth mile frontage! : on <
Men-If you kc for your ,i ________ to start u drive for membership. niitod state highway bctwvrn -A. TONIC I IIIrovo' . . . . I
fit and, this will bo. taken up at the meeting le.Kilt'l
clothes to try
tfrnberff's fort I Ueartex hose in t the newest +
next suit. i next Tuesday. General routine., and l Kinu'sley:: lake For quirk 'lanlelcHH chili Tonic resinrns. 1
your spring shades! at Stump's. business! was taken care of and! ReV will sacrifice for $ .f 0 i per Energy and Vitality by Punfyinrf and + +

A I oral recommendation, made the Tern '. I EV; IIa\es, Starke.IF a..rl"1 l + HARVEY M. SNYDKIt 1t .
W. T. Turner, fan ,f the New Dr. Paul G. Weitz, chiropractor of bv I l Knrii-liinri: tho (duet(l. When you feel its +
in'At different members of the board that "; (business;; have how '
River section waR 1 Friday. Gainesville, has opened an office upstairs YOU( -Aro in I kireniilhenintt liiviiidriillnii/ dT"I'l. sin + Morti..in--:Sliirkf; Fin.. +
in the :Mairnolia Cafe building will prove most desirable.A I anything to sell, nothing will bringmore it briniti rolor to the iheiKs. and In v + ,
Sheriff Kpperson wiVtending to fine dance was held on Friday result than !irood advertising. it lml|.roves the iiiiiuo.'| y'ii will iliennpprei Mi,'mber of Florida Funeral llri'ilorw ) -
business in Gainesville .Inesday. on Cull Street. evening at the Ttlun lantern pnvillion !See'; mo at Yonn 's Store for sign I Ipoin'mg 'Into its trim tonic value + and! Krnbiiliners: Ansocialion +
I of any kind. Auto !LetterIng .
i ARK,: YOU nt whith there. were about 7. couples ,windows! muslin sitni. Ixiwcut, .rovi.'s; tl TastvleHH chill Tonic in nnnply + + 1

If you want a good uVr of silk, j I RK.\IHMi: ; "'I'he One \> hiMr. > 1'orgot" in attendance. This dlll1" wn private I'ri'Starke Sign Service Hut ,I, Iron and Jiiiiiinu; sll"I"'lId..1" l In syrup *v 1'I
hose Ret them at SteiHp I'i's. !I I subscription affair and it i planned f :311tarke.: Fla., Mail Older np-i' |1""USllllt even dII..u. l liko it. 'I'tin. I II'"HI, + Day phone t-Mithl phone 5'Jw" +

: and i 11'Frl'd[ W. klocke of to hold another ill tact! nun future prrrinted.; I I2t: '!). It needs, giJIMNK) : ; leI 1'nrify It and IKON to" + With HeWitt C. Jones 4ATTliU I
ho- The music was fuinlshcd, by the -- ---- Kuril: It Destroys, Malarial
Miss Free Wynn, i one o the I Buffr.lo, N. Y., and Winter Haven, I HITIIIS amiCrip J +
Urnokcr school faculty. vat in t.vn j I were K'iii"_ts last we<.k of Mr and :Mrs i I Hamilton Xt- >viltv Oichi-Ntin and was WANTED: -SUivo Blr.ki. ) will pny ; gi'ru'I.. by lit Siri-iiilieiiiiit.( li.vlum. I I.+ +

Friday nfWrnoon. .L.-\ J. I. Muruiy: I very fine. $1!i.IiO per cord for pine or l'yprp..1 IIIIMK" I:ffl'l-t. I.Ol/ !. + . + 4' . . .
1 I I'I Refreshments: (: were served by the Stays blocks :.11 J: Inches", I"n ,

New garden nnd field sods, atWhite's. { L. W. Strickland, Wildwood \vnI I women of the Indies" dull and, the dunce inch", up in diameter! free from .] ',' .-.- -..- .- .-..- .-.- -..-.-.-.--.-..-..-.-..- .-..- 1I
proved to bo one of the. nvwt enjoyable I not< tint turpentine: cntfnces. Block(
y2-5t. during tho wc-rk-end! visiting
'I I'I town :
events of the present season rord 'is 4 feet high, !13 In. wide II'I J.
family. who are visiting! Mrs 1 I Y ( ; II\lt.INj !
M(' dnmen! F. I.. Tumor .std( II :M- !! parents' :Mr ,rod, MI-H: J. The new block of :Mr. Peterson of feet !long Addren, !' Boaz Ilnrrel'' ,
in| pJvlimr;\ 1 New Castle Company Palntka, Fl.i. l-lfi-101-3- {
Snyder spent, Wcclnesdiy. h"ipmc is un.l"r11) and it j is 4r
Jnck", onville. \ I ViniriKMfMitle:__ planned to have it ready nhmit the 19. 0=0'.000 oGO.0. =0 I ,
, _.1. : Washington first of May. Mr. l'etnr.nn will I
-- \ i openan GuaranteedFlours
! Jitt, of l.1 I I"i I 11
Mr. nnd Mr.. R. J. Davis wd little C been visiting relatives at up to date furniture store us soon POLITICAL ANVOlNfFWENTSfOK .

daughter. Ida, Lulu Spent !Sudsy'; In Lake raJ"HVr; and 1 Rnjforja! \ \In town ': as the building! is complete! and is it PH-KKSFNTATIVK I I 8 SerVice and
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this weer the present time. purchasing stock for To h ru'moprtiiio vfilrr nf llmilftml CounT i '
Jacksonville. | lsltmg her brother, enJ. ( : I take thin' method of wnntMinr' *n.j I al
A. R. Crt the new store Two npartments will mn.I"'... for th. n'''.. of ""0....."'..... Ifrlvctol. 1 Service SalisfactionStern's
Ji Wonderful values in ulies' )| -"s I be made on the second floor and the Irk, I..mmllelt 1 ...ml.ynnr. f..!tt uffrnvrIlinpretrullr.
spring coats at Stump'. litreo: ;;nthe ready to new building will add! greatly to the 1 T. II. riNIHl.8TFH 1 I : 0
.. .. ( wear chidl'\e appearance of the street. : I II Garage !
dresves Jlt stern- KOTITFTo Iho ;;;;;;. r. of BrnirH. r.unl I
IIi.ht Among the arrivals the Inn during ,,,.,,..... . .
i Edwin Larsen, of Keystone ( berg 8. \ at .m n .n.II".t. '"p t 1" ''n .h.l"It..I.
I 5 wan among the visitors to town S Inlay the past week arc :Mr. and! Mrs J. | IVmormlle." n> frnm Primary nrndforrf. fCltettim,rnunt..uhb.. In b. 't li,,*ltlm ll.,. 1 Agents: EXIDE Batteries Phone 87 f
Mr. Weathersbi J. Reynolds of Greenville, Ky.
In June |taro
afternoon. Co., Tampa, us\staike the State Tucs.Ia.vand Realty. Mr. and, :Mrs. Ferguson, of Krank.<< REOnOB: P. YOUNG. '....'pr. Fin' 'I.1iI'0-' .-.-.-.- _'0>

Wednesday <* lin, Pen. 1
ARE YOl1 ., .
In cnnnectien
Who f..rj"Col with the ""e\-me" Mr. and :Mrs. Kugenc; PnvU: aroddoua.ht"r - - .- -
"The One > -
READING i Stnrke .subdivision, 1'nlent' "f hi- I from New York City. I ...- - __W y------ ............. ...
n u" City
tine Rill William" nf I.nkp rt1r Park. 'I' Mr. anti Mrs Ilamlin, of Rome M.

,'I-it",r to ti.m" I i.Y. I

Wednesday.T., wn a .prominent :Mr. and :Mrs. II. '.. MIT .-f:-f.'. I.th. :'oIl'. and :Mrs Hauck, of Kingston, Orthophonic VictrolaRadiola
I Jacksonville were in N. Y. I

Sheppard! Thomas, -ipt of I They were accompanied heSundI1and yIr.: I Mr. and Mrs. I.. Walker, of Mcndville -
)instruction! of Union count, w t Mrs.. U. D. Miner, wh* < the I'enn. I
fsitor here !Saturday.! first of the week here allc-' :Mr. and :Mrs. Cardwell jind! son of I

hu..in'wi,. TnAttA'''''. t'I Louisville, N. Y. I -

,New silk for the sprinar tim I :Mr. Frank Hill and Mr. Flowd
Slumo's. See the barJain table t' Mowers, of Meadville, Penn. I t
.. Stump's.'; __%J i iMr. i It m planned by the hoard of trade
of Hampton was -- ----- ," send, a delegation from Keystone
A. W. Tobey. J. I. :Murray, who hen ." The greatest buy today in a combined Victrola-Kadiolu combination M
transacting bt-iness! in town :::atur spending tho winter here at -et with the! board of trade of that tbe.l et we hive now on display. It Is the:! Orthophonic Victrola combined

It' _________ i, me of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott.jiturday l IPft Ice and also to consult with the with a five-tube Rat ola. Cabinet in mahogany with maple overlays
Newmans and Charlie JohnJ, to visit friends in Winte Kpjty' commissioners. in regard to the

T'uby ficksonvile were in town during II iven before returning to their homeIr nfOiituation In this section of the Wended. t''
of Buffalo. N. Y. Mr. and,! :'olrR.Iur.: About I
twenty cars plim-
tJut, 'vt'eker.1. ri were much pleased with !Starke.'; th make tho trip and are much <'n. '" fi Come In and let us demonstrate' this net for you. The new Victrnli:

._ Mr.! Kline O. Vorn of Fort Meade an' hope to return next winter. to IBlJi being manifested f in ropirdetinif. I .' rrepresents! years of experimental work and is the greatest contribution to .

was It" o'-l'rnipht guest' nt the Prosby- who hasp music since the development of the first( Victor talking machine. In combination f" ,
: manse Monday night.::: Miss F.mmi Heiberger, York rned Icy andfro l Blocs have opat with the liadiola the* cycle of service is completed. To 1
Iexan I ,t the past few years In New pre .w planing mill and are own one ./
Tuesday enroute to Kev- them is to enjoy tho best the market afford and the .
If like for your !shoes to wu In town 'ill pr |[inff! several orders. Thupat greatest! variety of f' '
you ternberg'siy nto Heights to visit her! father R F" of t '. elite to the build- home entertainment.
'fit rv : C 1 '-iborger, and while In town wa "y a fin kon and i< Hire to en- .. .
the uect of Mrs. Emma Richard. I
Rov7 U airs
Hansen I
Thomas :T.\RIiE .. .,
the ironic 'In PeLnnd nt the :Ministerial r-1 ns for the establishment of ndallv I JlS .\!!! OCl.\110i DeWitt C. Jones ; .

Corforence In session there. I express truck service from I Will! hold a I I

to. Jacksonville are being m.iI I day, March G ',nt''t 'g '>n Sutur. | Iiit
p"t>t. F. Ward oountv n,!"nt, wtrnnnactinir "" Stark" sufficient encotiragment is i 3pm. Comm irth 'UHI" "
I torch l If i.'ED i.
buslne.! in Jacksonvilleinrine by the businessmen I of the Florida L'of.: Rhode i
given the promoter Atwater-Kcnt Radio Sets and
Monday.lPrliea. I he will handle! the express' buss expected to add pg Ihlrpall' ,is Supplies
Starke andI Come oriel! C I t
!' ilre!' !'ies!' in all I ness' metropolis for points later expecting to extend p'clally Invitpd. hudi'L. tr
combination- and colors atStump's. I the C. I
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also Home danger of these being fatal I by the local negro agents. These county II I All children troubled. with" Worms have ao nttheo -\ Backache Is a Warning!
should, they bo euten. i exhibits of the A. &. !It!. College; :thy culur.which imllciitM pour blond, and aa.
i lees stomach dltiturbonoB.
i rule thvro Is moro or I
When tho seed ore spread out to and] a number of other ,negro .schoolsof tKOVE'S TASTELESS chill TUNIC shun rrfliilartr Starke Folks are' Learning! How to
Farmers and FarmingI5 dry one should bu careful not to tho state, were all very Rood and Ira two or three. weeks. will enrich the blood. Impiove I Hoed It.
the duration and act so a l>ncml Strentfttecolnd ,
place them where there i iM danger of showed that HUIIIU fine work is being ,, Ionic to the whole) oy_ Nature' will then ..--
J '' r'". lIed"n; by common discuss that done by fie colored population of the throw on or dispel) the worm UK! :II< .b''!..wui. ooto Are yi'u m erablc1 with nn aching
( It. F. Ward, County' Agent/ ) frfr I'I may cause damage in the field. Newspaper ,- rural 1 nf. the tott'. porter beauik PlaaoaDt to.... OOo per botdoo.I I bark? Do y.. u get up lame nn I stiff;
.. are very convenient tu "preadIthc prtrty I I draw tlir< nit'i' :the ,day fueling tired
0 I weak and tI"1; i I"< ..sed.! Then :you should
FARMERS AND TRUc: RSR': INVITED TO CON "iBU"iE I IAR'IICl.ES I Heeds on. soak thecd The Qui, i vTliui. Doc N-'t Atfccflho ..nCI : I Wife and HusbandBoth help your kidneys Backache't often '
le! careful! to ant
very kUlnvyiUri
i of foiling
EXPERIENCES AND METHODS rOUND G I n..auftft o it t lonli and Insnlivo pffi-ct LrtXA1IVR : the I'
OF FARM 1 per schedule below with npeci.il emphasis ; lJIlI to gi'INltvli' : InlJirln ran be takenby Gash I nary troupes. quickly follow. rgl_
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY G Gpcsas2 upon the time. onynn* wUhnnt niihinri nfrvcitisnuffttrtr rluitlnitlutuolico i 111 With ted there' danger of gravel: dropsy E:
: t:: W.< hOVLiiuiilurouo' Ujx. JUu: waft j
Below are Homo of tho principal or fatal rlltht'ldIRl'a..l'
r,;>r;;?"" "" ."?. "","?.". ?.' sasasx57szs2ssassasasZS2SZrZ52525 ssa truck crops, .Heeds of which may be I!, "For years I had gas on the .stom- for serious; kidney iiknes: !' Ua
l in corrosive sublimate to tho of Adlerika help t>onn's Pills a stimulant diuretic to I
treated I a('h. The first dose .
Im This
before it is too
; ,I Fertilizing FactsI strength of 1-1000 for tho number of ed. I now sleep well and all Ran! i Is tho Mnrke kidneys resident, tells nn exp "fences i

\ minutes it" de'iftnnted. i aiIngs'SeedsjCatalog !gone. It also helped my husband." W. E. Dauifherty. mmi-.ter. 'Cherry 1
Cabbage, cauliflower khol.rabi, i (signed) Mrs. U. Brinkley. ONE St. says: "f suffered from terrible i
.--- .. ----- mustard rutabagas/ and turnips: 1."' spoonful Adlerika removes GAS and headaches. ItO'a difficult, to get
Ho* Farmer Brown;;-' Took .\ Short "In tho new plan. you sec, a considerable minutes Cantaloupes cucumber, : W often brings astonishing relief to the nn ,mol i, and I mui'ln't. work 1 n-uch inn
I of tho weight is gourds. and watermelons, 10 minutesTomato old 1 matter <"' !,''r.11! '"t h th terr.blo pains In
Course in Dollar Sating. percentage / stomach.. Brings! out < waste
eliminated without making any changein I pepper and eggplant, !8 min t //L1I Free 1i you never thought was in your my too back.often TIll I kidney used! Onans)secretions Pills" passea and-

Chapter 1. the chemical content of tho mix- : utes. I system. This excellent intestinal eva- was cured of the attack"
4 How it all Started.Farmer ture. I I i I --Y c Flower Seeds 'cuunt is. wonderful for constipation.Sold Price OOc. at all dealers Don't
Krown wan iujxzlvd. His. Take for example my -- GLIMPSESO I MITCHELL'S DRUG STORK"tkarr simply ask for! a kidney remedy--g"t
of seeds of by
ilehk, was littered with papers which Citrus (:rower, which has 4 per cent : ran get 5 packets I I 'onn> 1'ills the same that Mr.
were closely coven-d,I with fi urpM. 'Ammonia, 8 per cent Available Phosphoric 6 different and very beautiful flowers .. nughprty had. Fnstrr-Milhurn! : Oo.,
"I just can't, understand, it," hi- Acid, and 5 per cent "utash.1 I free. tastings' 1926 Seed Catalog ---- Mfrs.. Buffalo N Y.
SOUTH tells you' all about It. .
complained tn :Mis.. Brown, who was Bend over the amounts. of material i l F THE Hastings' Heeds are "The Standard -- -- -

3 loaning anxiously;. by tint. Hido. "This .nn the MidI here, and, it comes. to 150pounds. I ,lot the Poiith." Thpy give tho best results : ,r- 1\\ -I

has been, n wood crop yearond price On the old plan. if I was to in our Southern gardens, and on i ;, ..t"J t .0. ."ir/. ... ... RELIEF OBTAie!
- have kept up surprisingly well Yet buy this same mixture, a bag would I FLORIDA FAIRBy our farm Hastln' ;' new 1926 Catalog ,I ,I I -.s;,; .. f./.

Junes, over on the Pixie highway wa contain :SJOO( ) pounds.. ten to u ton baa 112 pages> In' nil. full of pictures 'I""". or, -L. .n.,: 10 10I
.showing rne where ho hud averaged "Just think,-for every ton you from photographs, ; handsome, .. (TA-i.,, r,."r55- r "' V i 17 r. r.-cwlTh dlVfVndHG'l I II I IN ONE r NIUJIT I
.ftcverul hundred dollars. better .than I I have bought .Q pounds of filler. For Francis ) cover !n full (colors truthful, accurate end 1\ I I Ii II
J Cooper -
( descriptions and valuable" culture directions i and, Wh. .C and {L HO" I IPLIle
4 have on the same acreage. every 15-ton carload, 7iJO! ( )pounds of A trip to the South Florida, Fair 'i I I

I filler. And in your 40-ton carload. at Tampa during the first two weeksof .We want you to hove thin catalog tn I WHAT.. 111'11 Deo) iritl in of London? Had rheumatism for yoara j
you have bought 20,000 pounds of filler. must have convinced your homo. It tells rill 1 nlinnt Hastings' WHY flea the I 1t< for Ei ','.VIUY'
." February seeds, WHFN..... 'hearc-it Amid ofCl found help at list
; this fair certainly shows garden, flower and field plants .
that ,
t anyone built'
what's tho difference? OOP*
"Well Write for It todaj. A post
aLd bul ha. :
( Convinced' of this. malarial:
Florida prodmts. dlellniiulih o
can you
Farmer Brown! cut in, "tny price is card request brings It to you by return rno.su.tc' There l Is no need to suffrr with rheumatic
1 I about the .same. I should worry how ono could hardly fail to be impressedwith mail. WHERE I le Canberra? ZeebrucB pain. For nearly half a century

Pt f.,; ) I I II much filler they .sent me." the great variety of these pro .H. Q. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN WHO woe the Mlllboy of the Slashes t thousands of rheumatic sufferers the
I L ; | "I should say you SHOULD wor. ducts-many of them grown in any one ATLANTA QA.WR1GLEY5 Arethene",lx men" nervina. you,' too? world over have been Retting: quick
by placingWEBSTER'S
For instance a list of the Olva them en opportunity
\ ; ry, exclaimed Farmer Jones. Figure and positive relief will) a very simple
kinds of truck shown by Mana.
t- I' i the excess freight you pay at $2.40 a crops home treatment. ,
i ton. Not only that but figure hauling tee county reads almost like a tropical r "I tried every lirment you can
from the railroad to your farm seed catalogue. Tho Manatee exhibit NEW INTERNATIONAL think of," writes II. tountree of 2714 i

I at about thu name cost. Figure the contained (celery Irish potatoes sweet ... Grand Avenue Dates, Texas, "bat
labor potatoes, eggplant. lettuce cauliflower Sloan's Liniment if the beat. Relief !
rr of distributing these extra tons i
---- of filler."These. I ; tomato, radish, khol rabi, mus I I is obtained in one Tight. i

a' "Are you .suro Mr. Jones. isn't Just I II weights on my tard onions beets ininach, endive, DICTIONA. And it is amazinf-the comfort that <
bluffing queried Mrs. Brown "for formula are the actual correct weightsto turnips pepper Swiss hard squash, I Sloan' gives to ten the moat longstanding j
w I I am sure he isn't any better farmer I arrive at a ton of 4-8-5 of any com. I I parsley cabbage kale English peas I rheumatJ aches. ,!

? than you, John and I don't sea how merclal fertilizer. It means that I I ...carrots sackroln, and watermelon knowledge:. No need to rb. A little Sloan' "
$ ho can buy hit. materials. or .seed any II when you haul four tons of tho old | to mention oply, the truck crops, Immediate, constant, lasting trust patted lightly or-and a healing tide
cheaper, and I know his. land figures. type of mixture you haul three loads I t Competition for thc blue riboa on worthy. Answers all kinds. of ques of fresh, germ detroying blood begins j
s higher than ours though our yeld'i, of plant food and then make an extra''' citrus was probably the keenest. this I7s"'gtn I tions.. A century of developing, tingling throng- the aching place. :
.k has averaged just as good aa! his. round-trip to bring a load, of worthies I year than it has been, and there were enlarging and perfecting under exacting Before you car believe it, the pain
"I have confidence in Jones! all filler. number of exhibits that did. crditto I care and highest scholarship. I swellingandstlnessarerelieved.Get 1?
insures. completeness, dl 35 '
accuracy druggists
P} nght," her husband returned, "but, : "Don't allow yourself to be misled I the counties from which the ame, compactness. authority. a bottle today cents. 'j r rN
Itess, even chocking against his own I:, into thinking that when you get 1501; ,: St. Lucie: county was j,,:sty! r > :id for Writ for o.nmpl*pate of thfl. A>w Wordt.pprrtmun .
1t figures. on costs which ho furnishedme pounds of n mixture from the- -- --_ having won the blue liuju.i: .< citrus You of tbifulnr oro tho and Jury ItHlm,," 'nn'..I'uptrn..laohoohlet .... eta. to.
it is that hew fur her consecutive and those naminir thin publleauun wu will sand A 510 .:O. s .
.', I can't see where fcmpany) that you'll! have to 81'1'1'1\.1| eighth year OMtutfockUUulx.
bents me." I,!, TOO )pounds. more on .ir: acre. The !Manatee and, Indian River should, feel e. .a C. MERRIAM CO.
t "I'll .tell you what to do, John" said 1TOO pound' will ?o fust a< '.Ir as tho : hardly less proud for having won second weKOn Springfield M...., U.S.A. Eft. 1831 LinimeixtKILLS

e his wife, with "a wise little nod, "go/ ::::11110<> pound of the M! tjoo ,,! sue.tore. and third, for both had good ex rts x> ,il. PAIN 1
'rL an.ltllik it over with Mr. .lone, Lay ,. hibits.
your cards on the table, and I'm sure i l "This. lost. money you arc worry. I'lIlnBcoch county showed. bluo rib. '
v he'll bo "blo! to give you the informa. log about is all freight charges on bon cano and cocoanuts. in addition "f I
lion you are lacking." i worthless matter( of which you already to a splendid collection of truck and
'. "Ho said it was in tho fertilizer have tons and tons. Follow my I citrus crops' many of which were P K. "Could Better Fertilizer I le, Made? .,

1 rout," replied Farmer Brown "but advice and try 'no-filler' I awarded ribbons. I
according, to his own cost, sheet, I find lira. ,'''." I Seminole and Volusia had ono 'If
a :I' 1 am pnvinir, about the' name V. O. H. "Well, T ciiess T will," said Farmer their most repent major enterprises. NEW HANDY PACK We Would Make t"
for fertilizer. as he I.... So it can't bi Drown | 'the bulb industry, -well represented,
thnt. I It. "'. WARP 'rid of course Seminole'u celery indus Fits hand SIMON: PUKE ANI J GEM: BRNDS "

"Just th. same. ," his wife smiled County' A cent.KlhlMEC'IINR I 1.\ v was not Overlooked pocket and purse "Time Tried and Crop Test
.a : "take a wo inV tin and see him about I ___ liruwnrd county's exhibit of truck, New PRICE LIST of regular brands Just issued let same before placing

it, for I be1 ,>ve u cut straighten out : TIIL'CKI i hedge!,: and ornamental plants was in. More for your money order. Send orders now for future requiremeiiJs. delays and be reads

+ y the puzzle ; < HOP SHED WITH ('Olt. I Uu'Htin.', especially since there is. an and thc best Peppermint when fertili/er U needed. Transportation U. go\u0d| may be worse. .
1'' "Well I.-i. IK, I can't ,!! > any harm' KOSIVK Sl'nUMATRHy increased interest in beautification Chewing Sweet for any money FAIR prices Prompt Shiprst.E. .
to try any 'vay,' said Farmer Brown, work in the state. QUALITY first

and there t'I't in tier n-t -- Truck crop seed should be disinfectjed I main features of a number of, tho counties Dealer's Counter '
,t, J Ount"1'
f on your or | Duval Florid
CIIA I'TER II.8urpnsin :; bef..ro they arc planted to prevent of northern "Florida among them Jacksonville, ,)

? .{ Information. seed-borne diseases I from developing being. Uroward Pi n'" 11111. Sarasota -
.the Ilendry, Lee, Polk, and MillsboroughIlillshorough r- -
Tho sex dn.i Farmer Brown and on seedling" The best disinfect ------- - --
Farmer Jc'es 'g..t togethtt. Farmer ant to use for this. pfrpcme is corro. : also, had a nice display of -

Jones ran Iris' p' .icticed eye over hisneighbor's sive sublimate. This ,|p i infectnnt can strawberries, .showing tho growing I
1 figu, 's, until ho got tort ho pur based at your local drug store.It plant and the hnrvcxtod. fruit. Brow- i

: hia fertilize..' voucher' should be dissolved. in water tiiinke () and had some excellent honey.
'j, "1I..re'llhe ery puml," ho exclaimed. a solution to .the strength of : The Ilnrdeo und Pasco exhibits. "We Have MvrLo""ered
"Now let me explain the 1-1000 and the seed should be sonkod, "showed, a range through a wide va-
lnv whole difference, :" I in this; solution for varying periodsof ritey of products! from truck and citrii3 .

Farmer I'.rown: listened, but stilly I time depending) upon the kind of : to staple. (crops attesting to the the Qualityto
skeptical."I :,( ccd. They should<1 then I.,, rinsed, in productivity of tho Pence River Valley \
+ used to buy m., fertiliber on th" -loir water and spread out to dry in Harde-o and, the fertile hills
tiitmo method. ( you ore using" said They are then ready to plant I sail flat) lands' of Pasco. Pusco's show die
Corrosive sublimate is deadly poison. ing of a model, farm was also of In. Reduce Price"Since

1 and should bo handled accordingly it''' t..r..At.Tho. 1
can b0 purchased l either in tho form 'I Glades county exWbit} was composed On vhole
the these
r( -_ ISO() POIIIHI. of crystals or In tablet form. If" largely of citrus and the Highlands 1903, when the Ford features I
largo quantity of .seed, is to bo treated exhibit of (citrus and bananas Motor Company was formed. cost fir more to
-:-. S II" "" T.nt." it would be well to purchase the poison Staple crops grams hay, grains, Ford cars have bee'tionaldesignbutareusedbe manufacture an I

: S ''h, ,..Inh..ol,..... l lI in tho crystal form. One ounce of some truck moats and honey featured constantly Improved in -
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qua of
: the counties of tho cause their siperlority.
.... .. =i crystals dissolved in 7 1.2 gallons! ofwnt..r central and
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i'i. Itycomfortconveniencee-
LwI: ) ten will make a solution to the western part of thc state such as The Ford Motor Company
1w; I 1 1- strength of 1.1000. The corrosive! ('Alachua, Madison and Taylor. Thesethree appearance. Recent lmpat" has carried
''h H'lU l I'u out n program of
If sublimate crystals. are easily dissolved counties also had good exhibits ments Include new ajwer
price reductior that has
; 8.. 'hI' And .. in hot lof Tho Alacliua; body lines contractive -
( "h.'ph." water. This will facilitate the pecans county stero. -J can
'S) I k4 I .S 'h.' .mile', .. j process. If only small quantities of opticon views hardly ever failed, to get center of gra\'lty-cl odles. sistently in kept Ford value supreme I
aaq 01 Lxnhis ..p' the disinfectant arc desired it is best a pause out of passersby Madison In color, and all-stof the automotive In- I
:O rein". ; topurchnse tho poison in tho form of county hud some good tobacco shown Ford dustry. This Has beeni23de
i tablets., then dissolve. one tablet in one Tho cotton exhibit of the boy's club The basic featutt; ln d possible by the mnrnDa..rdesign :::
.L. J 1 putt of water and the solution of 1- I I department. attracted a great deal of have begr suspen- Ford production. I ii.. fesf.er ,
1.000 is obtained. attention and comment. It was a Three point D'nsmlssJon.resources., FerdqualitywouldSion I
l ."cw Mel nod-:sating freight and | The disinfecting solution should be surprise to see the number of people planetar em, torque not be pons.'ble at anywhere t !
4 "andl,"g-Same Amount of. Plant made up in crocks or wooden con. interested in seeing stalks of cotton dual htnltlol\lple discinnear Ford pIces.tube .

tniners and never in metal containers. with open bolls as well as tho lint and drive nllubrlcatlon.
bon" I The !
_, .. ". __ /.1 It mixed in metal the .solution will be seed displayed separately. ?"cj"tch-15n' tremerdous demand for d I
0' .w." .7 weakened' by tho disinfecting agent Boy's and Girl's Poultry Clubs entered thermo-4@ cooling sysFord close, cars has again I

-- (. \ (Potil1llS' I I sticking to the metal. I I some outstanding birds! in the car been for features made possible substantial ,

t. -- The seed to betreated should be { poultry show This poultry show was of the F eighteen. price reductions.

g .S ,',s III" l.lnk.rtv. tied loosely: in a thin cloth bag and, certainly an eye-opener from the quality FORD MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT
= Hi* Sulphate" olll submerged I in the solution. Stir them I| standpoint as well as an ear-filler ,
f S '',Itumi.Ii -== I( occasionally with a stick to loosen, nil i i from tho noise standpoint. I I J

;: ... \', ,, ,. : air bubbles:!:! that may be clinging to Products of the home were displayed T= U R 1 New PricesRUNABOUT
5f"I\ ';u",.. them. Soak them for tho number of I!| in very interesting and attractive 3

; minutes as designated below. At the ways. The canned goods shown were
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i ?= md of this time remove them from enough to make man's mouth I
= any Water )R SEDAN
,1 I '> 1"I "1riJI'Iw.p'l -"- p the disinfectant rinse them in SPV. for a taste. The tropical home pan. : C 0 U p E FI('RDOR SEDAN

f oral changes of clear water, making try from I'nlnD'a,'" county thesplendid 520 500

;;., I =r' i ill liili'l"I"I''nla.h. -. .. sure that they are thoroughly wa-hed., 1 canned goods rack from Pine 565
:;= .. ; '1i then spread them out to dry in the lias, the Lobello High School sewing! Closed '
(O') FiIIi' ,S shade. As soon a.. they are dry they I department products! In Ilendry the car Prices include starter and demountable rims
t L. __ awn are ready to plant. It is best to usea I varied home products displays from All prices f. o. b. Detroit.

I "ut." fresh solution with each batch of I most of tho other counties, as well ai
.."' ....,.. -" seed. the stato home demonstration booth
In measuring. the amount of solution I were all very atttractive and full o f
Old lfethodIore freight more to treat a required amount of I' interest.

I' handling-No added plant food. seed it Is well tn make up about three I I One thing that could hardly have
times the volume of disinfectant com failed to impress a visitor to the live.
Farmer Jones. "I never thought that pared with the volume of seed to be 1 stock department was the scarcity of

I was paying freight on 2000 poundsfor treated. I Florida animals. There were some tu000-
every ton of fertilize I bought It After the disinfectant is used it splendid animals present but sad to II You Plan to '
seemed all right to do so, because I should. bn disposed of carefully: because I relate most of them came from out I Spend Over 500 Buy a Closed Car '
didn't know anything about the mod. it Is deadly poison and wilt kill of the Itnte.Eighteen .
# anything that drinks It. It is also counties
em selling plan of the--- J were represented
) Fertilizer Company. well to take particular pains in caring! in the negro building, 18 of the ex-
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Recent Performances Which Are Living IIE '

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Captain Curl nmfi! ".1 I I the I i iburgAmerican .
II t..aaa w huge snow slldn claimed forty liv \< \\h..1It swept down upon ..fme-
lr Ever.liojj lute euily ambitions 'who! w.ii. > Sap; (Gulch, a small mining village, near lllnnlimii, Utah Two boarding -
recently remnifil' tin' i- \%' o: 'II. -
I be something or somebody when hounn and< seventeen" dwellings" wereburieil, tenth tons of
v lhe 5 I 'O'ur, but they rMom freighter!! l3 S.lk"t.1 ni w. I I. I n mow. Fire added to the horror of the cutastrophB, via. i\ overturned one
I INr realize, (those' ambitions, llow..\.r. I ftox-cs I Ignited tho "'T"-" ''ije. pid. .. trya.
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rule '"01 this romif f.lloor 1 the I i .
Inert >'unifil, to be an actor and .utith-
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\Vonu has rapidly come to the fore in all line of endeavor, but Ia
the'a thre girls have made the world sit up and take notice by I 6(1f
ten wing.I pinnacle of success while still in their teens. The> sport t tLW
wor''! woraios at the feet of Helen Wills, (center) America's youth d 111n .f .
ful t'nnist! <>en; rises to its feet to acclaim Marion Talley, (left) sFl' //fi( c,
who1 triumant, debut at the Metropolitan makes her a star of the rvt 1 r -
first agnltte.i Gene Goldman demonstrates the ability of her BOX
to mono Instead of spending it, by amassing a million dollars r
selling Chipag real estate rte

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(ByAJlpingarn'r..) Then came Helen Wills, California raM
I I whisp who became women's singles Fl' KThey
Nineteen 'teems o be the age of tennis champion of the United States Mld

magic-the ear olachievcment anti/ mill now is awaiting another battle '.
fame-for Aierlcarjjirls I with Suzanne Lennk'ti for the champ. a

In the puLcil eye day are thr,'!' ,niiiship of the world. And only 19. i.h

t typical Amcisii 1 long women-one At ,the moment, heralded IIY> the
of whom wonvtrld June in the her world as another Melon: comes :Marion hi'I""S wte --- 8i. ,,,,
tic business anther in art, another Talley, 19.year.old l Kansas City f
In epo w.t At he pinnacle of j icn-l. She is scoring a tremendous sue. + i.d
.' success, and e a e of 19.!) css in grand opera in New York. Made Millions Overnight in Pinellas Park, FloridaI s

First, there tern Goldman< who What has brought, I these girls to the rt{ f -
came to Amen ron, Rouinania at II top at little moro than graduation I .
the age of sever At !9 she was conducting :ice ? Equal rights? Or the new freedom truck Uubhln lute la the i Koinu bnik to list kliK, iiccurditiK the..ini>t.r lo ---- ( tJ

., a mill .in" ,r real! estate in thought, new freedom in acti Dean C K Cuttis" lunu Sl.'ili 'vi.j.lee. | tI
business in Chi.| Today she in I "' ity) for women ? uhu it', emu .nls. u UIIVIIIIIHIMIIoulMKIy a :
the proprietor oH 'ices, employes ), Something/ surely. Yet there are fur hut I t .
i 000 men and woi I I her company gone folks who persist that totluy'igirl ,
is rated at $t,00(>
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H.: ; L. Fergueo pb rtBd '..1'i 'r\, Bii-l I' n'i't in ('uli,*. iy, who put our own Big Bill TiMen, u
Newport Nswa n. OntraiKTori'f-i;: :ill'- jj-i- out of the National Indoor championship f.S.t.
...red the beetle advocates of I f I.i | f r.-r l -ute play-but he did defeat hi" C. M. 1
6lerehant marina \' I I. her fellow countryman, Borotra, whAt! ZE I b
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M i JOHN' LODWICK.Florida's pa. There Is already one steam learned the land war worth almost
astoundma prosperitywave railroad In Pinellas Park and another ten time that' amount
Hero Captain Peturn has made millionaires over- U to be built through ther. Joe juulftt came from /'amp" |
.# The sleepy main street with Ionic Ocvins Mass. where h* wnqiinr'crmni'tcr < It
I If nightl stretches of vacant lot and a during! the war. II. 1
tl Every community within the heavy growth of ondcrbrusb has wit terribly ill and little' hoi was/
state bat suddenly discovered that become a beehive of activity. New held out for his lifx Ilir, vent,ml 1a
flRINGING r)4) OW SOIJG one or more of It* citizens ha. been buildings are going up Nearbyis Into ch"nr irrrneo Invonrrient' entered t
sr *BVEfcY LmUEiseFoeMee engulfed In a flood of fold( a brand new moving picture him into the fnilliomiirf cl..<*
UP TO OATH >- Men of sudden wealtb are die studio. and now lir toris i 'inilrix, .nlontlyrich.
HAS A MoyeMeNTALLHlSOWN eardine their can of s cheap make When the prosperity wave hit I .
/ and are surrounding themselveswith Pinellas Pal k. Waltet p. Fuller a f. :\f. White was nut.. .f tt> I.,. I1 nnsylvanla -
the finest luxuries money can former city hall reporter of St. I farmer plnnpr. (1/(" .,-- '
bo,. Petersburg discover! the Z.fl'iv I quired' large farm trots> in the 1 1l
In little Plm-llm Park, founded acres of land he held for years he early days/ n- the I'mfllm !Turk /tu-
; 15 year' ago by croup/ of Pennsylvania bought for a song wan worth m> corporation, Now.i< has held hI. ,
farmers six multi-million' the neighborhood of $1.OUII.OIl.<)() hnlil.n?" Still rim maintiiin n ftii\ .'
w I sires were literally made is 'thin. David U Grace of Cleveland J. .'f Kulls: Koycc without fr.blg.,
twenty-four hour time learned the he Pllrcha..rflvt' ,
acreage IOnv dent In the nrtlinii foi-t.re
,f,' They owned a goodly portion, of years: ago as a chcnn invest iiiowern' ) 'anon him f.
0' acreage within the municipality, ment was worth more than n million Romance ? tf.,
: none of them ever believed, would to developers. He eollec'('I [',n"lIns Park 14 terming with' ,
.., ever bring them a fair income Patrick J. McDevltt. a-ir.th: it-nn ft*' Pincllas. Park located neo the former Clevtlan'ler suddenly f".mJ are wondering what. ,it l I. all l| nh'iuf,
yT CA.TL Gulf of Mexico, half way betweenSt. out h<* had all the money *' I):* Hv no means has the tor- 'ii-l-
Petersburg and Clearwater command h. ever nnpcs to ;:,> -.l l lMe ed. Fmm ti'Teag the furrr nnj
I Led awoke one morninz in (ifccniiicr had held nn !grimly fir' 1 1.i Jogged Into' home and hi"ipinuiMine. - ley, negro convict t to find itself In the very center" of year the lend he had arqinn! ; l an Intense rea- estate activity the little) town John E ,. .
CBni from the con sleepy But (ie pite It ill ih* wr 'iaf! .
ova- (aped Land was. purchased bv builders Allen of i'liilnilelphia.: :
being given s riotous with the r .T x weekly to'vt. hnll n'I'.tno, / onr 5
Captain and Mr Filed V ,tetn this morning t tor hundreds of new turner to oro- noted the Pitella Park i.i.v' h hut .
shows eli cv"r-- now Tirh priced 'n.terlrt'fern
..;"\. Photo the arrival In the mop daringnrescues meth\e tats, the: convict cups. 'ride for the enormous.. tide, of ini father willed him would! l f ..' >I" and l in/ orehvatrnS vieS L1;(
{ .r tlon upon formers m '" of for thre e which wan and $00 cash a Testers and winter' visitor, from worth the trouble tn'.cstij'rtif. i j t ,jn- 1th V Ilinn.iiro Joutrft! Genre f *
I with Ms men, P mountainous waves pocket of th the north. A rapid transit trolley Iii startling offers. .. '.., S lyt1.
-S !: Innals the when they fought steamer Antinoe jed in an insid f were i rwl| anti l Mhil who rave not .In their
kJ of sea the entire crew of the $inking Kro wa actin coat. The ne- system I Ie being cut through the hm: in neccmtief for h": Wnf"'y. I l/vr fr th' fi'J" !lit.1 nar.\/.11 mil.I'j.
i- .;"'1 ., ta", Anally saving lost their tiros is the reserve captain's ab.en the vary heart of the town to oi.rrnte First h* WM offered IS.UI nrn )flb| i. pi"r.rv ,'''"'0 the have played
iQ. Iwo. of Frded's own men ty during <* between; St. Petersburg and Tarn- caught a fait tram for y 9ntt ....; :!UIIUlCh t the l I. an yeurs. ,

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,'r 6n I,+ra and floor plans of whlrh are pictured in a ,F x
,r "Soulhorn Pine Home." which In published b, the Southern Plae
Orleans Louisiana, for free distribution. Blue
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t prim plan
arm'' In thin book may be obtained from the Southern Pine Association at :
; nominal mint I Ij ,
'" touch to course tiled. Cork tile or rubber
1' Spanish
;! fllrous of having a tile laid over a plain pine floor lathe
,of D InrN r nxt their homes. kitchen and breakfast rooms 4w
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j" I . ] dark The green front porch cement can tiles bf laid or plain with would make an exceptionally good

I I'M" cement marked off with deep floor for these two busy room ,'
grooves to resemble tiles.. Cross The lovely Frencb doors with 'I d > aa.
: circulation of air for the summer old-time shutters in the living for ,j

'Nr.' ..InnM Max oj....J months Is assured of by outside an unusually doors some room of offer the an beautiful opportunity modem I a'n; ; : ,x ti S Sa !J'
good! arrangement
i' draperies which add so much t.
altogether a
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L ....: living Thesame v
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0 very cozy .
carried otrt
:.. admirably. drapery could be
11' I.I of most families
.tx.k with simple
L bedroom exposure In the dining room, /SLR
f UN H. A pool : Should the accompanying! planhe draperies of pale blue and straw PlLIQ Oi f t .S *t'et! BULJ.tGP
i the FG7Q114NE
shown on 75T
for winter color in the bedrooms. The Interior QANA Ors/ THE FL02OC0 .
side .15Lr4N05
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wrong i p
on be painted srod .
I be reveraedwithout woodwork might: (Df QJIV.J. on in
here is a hnmc that has made, a' the house plan may with mahogany esr Here the During a summer vae he,
what In light I tones high and dry.
making change islands are : noti8
any ; Out
Fla. he was Its
strung u"la'fr| to a great i many should l be. In doing walnut stain on the Inside door, PETERSBURG big dredges are taking sand from Alaska! hi ">. '
The aim like to see
y women. Thic uttrurtivr house! ever. the bedroom.. on the and the plaster or other wall ma- of the shallow waters of Boca the sea bottom and adding. : to the friends He t *
homeplanning this to !get race. .eIni
matt mayoralty
marks a d"I'"Url'" > in with light beautiful
side during the terial either painted "Florida most '
?j, r and l h.+ill'lInR. keeping warm sunshine tones such as putty color, pearl Ciena.: Bay. islands. wall builders will pour bear skin\ hat from icy ',
modern. ailvtinccs winter months. mile three magnificent: manmade Soon sea the sifczlinc St. Peterslger
I q step with t the must merits of this gray or warm golden tones. concrete retaining: bulwarksall
A fctiture" which attract One of the chief housekeeping The lighting. : fixtures may be) Islands are taking: form. heavy around the three Islands. Of tical ring, following Jlver n",, '
attention I ix the exceptionally larges house is the easy wrought iron! dredges "sand yacht and winning hnnd/ down. '
which Is assured to the house-wife. either polychrome Aided by giant course there will be ideas on ,w to "'
living room and the large Ion-burn Everything; i I" planned for her con or silver. These may be purchased suckers". Frank Fortune Pulver house boat slips. The islands 1 and some original and he .... a yoim-'
ing lirepliire. Tlu> massive chimnl'Ydo"e construction! is in good designs at very of mainland will be linked by a a newspaper ,lBPf> h"r
The suited" mayor the third J'
venience. "white
into It
y in sttirrn "nhril'k\ Altogether this former and paved boulevard. fortune
moderate prices. laitn-
Southern Pine multimillionaire wide causeway it ha.he
part of planned for retired \ the result
+ such /nn inlvrestingr; makes a very charming home andcan this community lit 'roe"
highly polished quarter- la
mifllciont of the out with wide chewing king circulation and Isn't
the design haw t floors, be built on a lot 45 feet If : gum here six years ago '
.il, ut it tf, sawed narrow Southern Tine in which to Pulver came 1. ;
} popular "Spanish" i lcn! > which U of necBBaarv. building: a new city retire and enjoy the balmy lul1.trollll'al ,1< rema'abl8 pirtoi .
please many of those who arc du- except the bath room. live-and he expects It to be com to climate. But he couldn'tstand \ Pulver has a vnnvitthrouuhont
r home buiMers and has biome
and ready purchased ality
pleted inactivity\ lie lorida as i."
--- I within another year.Pulver's being St. Petersburg's biggest hotel to i Midiis. "Ev )thi"llll'rlll'Pulver .. i i illartin
islands are modern
new launched thecity's ;
then he '' ( "
made just at the western city play with: take l"areof touches star decal, I In i
\ largest laundry to <

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--j' ----.- n would thntt Un. of an alh ". "nnln. clerk, A. I,. Green, O. U. Col-! i East ttirouifhwar MarvIn ( u>
new how this neglect suh-con.1 between (,..,.* ." 1111'8. head )Jn. lu ?. _._.._____ U.8"OOf
i u.llw." .l'ln.1 \ J. J. Morgan, inspect'. I Road 1.4,. % Uty I Limit* h
n ,ciously enter Lemoync'a; (' .. .: thence Northerly lon I I soar of Pa'I: ::: $500 'ti
t ,, of aaid EghtIlunIrrI
I R''nd unfit her for the tremendous emo- thtVi t Ige .1..y .. l I 2-2tl-at-12. Hiui.l! No .( ," "," south .hlu"
and Sixty' 1 ) I. 1
'I t;onal task."Liktin the fciuth lino of ald Trlanffulnibut i Kpurv uwiisruAnoN; 01,FUCKUS Ili.tii.tton_ lark. _. t.. \.1..1 I t0lnl__ $y. In..
I 2k'zA2lr&Z4b Barry," I said "will you I t>ne i tl I I'> : tlunce t ':.I..ly.. lUmit Nit. : )',.m Then*,. niti on Lm I- *
th > Smith line uf nuiil I .
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HOH.I tt tiny I cuunly lint, M.*> MUItoH.I
something fur mo ? I Thousand, One Ititndrrd. I
o lino of To ho opened\ in each precinct from Nn. .tit I ron, StMrh,'.1.nW llut.er Utmdly
: chcrle Sttly' tllHOi I I I TiNt t > ixiint
: "You have only to( ask ma .;. : i\uu* I lOad A thence .
Ainu I Diagonal, l i.ot One (Unf 5 WM. .olh.
his nine .I :March l 1st ; to ,\"ri nrly 4 t- <
in ; Ht
light w'R.1
with An II of l.awty according to .
replied eager town
o tlunnf altpi I'rvuimt N. 1. LnvUuy, (;et'. \V.Koheits It..nil. I. I"mm Kt.l.IMJII..1 N... I II I l-its-l: l,irIMmui.ii
plat a mime
I I,uminous eyes."All map or I Vnt mul, 'I .irliruIal"'. t I'' CUfCounty
( ant if rt cord! in the .t. of thoClirk I liitr __ $'. 10").UO"
SdlZtle I Ir Good! (:Jo back stage of
right of the Clrcu I ( .
I' II : spoiilc to her-tell for.! County,, I.ll., in I IVod Ira.l. i Precinct No. 2, Starkr, (North) J.I' \ .{"n.. No. M .*'n>m AIIMIIM 1.1. |..H.t onStitU' j
-find '
Lemoyne- lint
lti>n t No 1.0 I tptmi*
tht* SouthfIlulf lur
> make her! un- 4C on tuiKe Kifklitcr.Precinct I(IHiil'i| .!.inch Hot. M noil, ,ill
we're all! with her- "1 Ji of tho Nrltw-l t uiiarl.r .
J er that it ,iN\\l-li' nf the Nm, thi..., No 3, SUrko (South). .1. Unit,! No. .tI D l t",,. 81 lo..' U...ml. :. Ml.I. lt m " urstnnd that you are too I 1 i Crawford! r.11! I I it.000 iNllini "
: whether she quarter lNKl-41' and t h eKaat \V. Morgan.. N.. 10! keen MHrluM nh. .. ivvlHt
Ube everything to IB a-tl: I 1.110.
: C01lllfd5sions leans you Thne-iutirter '
; q : I rINI.2' I Precinct No.4. Graham, C. H. Robert Utmil.! ft in.mcctU to New I.
/ ,>etc it over or not tonight. Pious!>> of the North 0 I .,.n___. ._ ._ __ $2,000.00Uini '
cn. 2flii uif .... .. goto. I of tho Nnrthwi quanerINWI41 B. No. 41 From Him Uoful No 11 .-Ml t
"you've .
V ; /y larry, as he hesitated ( of the Nurthia quarturNK14I !Precinct Ni. 5, Hampton, To be fill- Uoii.I INo 10 mr UirhArd, Altn and --
) It's right." \ of S.'ctin Tw..y..h. ;
only Knttthl Owner.IKK .
SouthKanire a.S0900
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1Utbqauiabis 6A4rsBakei With a nod of his head and a quickipology Twenty-two F!) Rant Containing Utmil. No. 4J (.om..n.I". at or 0. Tu. _
Pro'inct No.6. Thero na, P. lt rl'a! place l *t city Iml" soil run ...1.1'1.
the In all Eighty (HO) acm
he left
to the DeWights I U y FMwnnl. .. .. northerly : FORTY
11 .... .. ........ A 1I ..... Mure or loan. (Jeiffer.Precinct. I by. M. J. MrlUo tilde.to Roatl No. 3

F' You and tarn of you. are hereby required No 7, New River, M. I. .____._______ 94.AOO o.
ox.There Courtof
was more than the usual to apptar, br.. th* Circuit t No. 4& ComarIcl. at a point near T. V.Galin .
is nev. Mt< .
intimately one .. Circuit of Florida.County
LEMOYNE'S DEBUT knows her the Eighth I.
one Jhn. louth
third 14 tlu'r.
I cr certain when she is playing to the muse between the second and of Bradford, on or bvfor the Precinct No. 8, Brooker C. n Cotson. vrly, to 1I.e.Road pn 11..1. thrneu N. authu'rly' anproninmtcly .. >UA "

herself." cts. The audienco began to grow 6th day of April A. D. Itit. th* aamobeing 1-J mil ,_ .. _... $150000
\co audience or when she is being nil day: at the Court )noun ofunid .
ia l the Comique. '
place Opera Total Crade.I) Road ll
'estles From one of the upper gal- to answer a Bill of Complaint : amuunt .n 10.006.0.Tbat

Incite of its tier after tier of gal. "But I'm sure she'll make a tremendous cries someone hissed. Then a cat filed' C.u"I"againat you In aald Court by thoabnte the Mlii tho rlwMiun law .h.1 hol.tlnti tm icovern.nraltltctitma. ,,
all im by n
leri. and ita wiile parquet one has the hit tonight! I exclaimed air! In few named Complainant, wherein tp NOTICE .pwi. qoatificatlona [
i a except
:all unmistakably on the ceek to hare their title to the land In Court Bradford C."nly. Florlila I & .
former subject. CI.,1 10 fch. rUvtoro In >n. nm i>n vlil* tON
feelitr that there are banded together going back to the charged with Inabove In them I otheri .
'j i: moments the theatre was d..lb.1 uni..I. 'ha.. by law.. And M mr* not lnconmiit with thim .
of who love music for "Let's their! .e the .. said .l w.l b Mildrrd ,*. saId .jjf a grout persons pray. mrest someone began stamping by >i Inlintfi of tho m'>tx .t
.! I taken aa "nf.r you NI" :. Of
Cmpl.ln.nt 1IOARI" OK 1U
jj Itself 'ilone. Unlike the famous Opera "Your unselfish interest and loyalty 'eet and the noise reverberated It la lurth.0..1..1 that thla order 1mpuhllnhed TIUBT.. .ORIOA.
each week for four ((4coniteeiitiv > Pill for Plvorc lRAV.'OHI
A; Howe-or the Academic National for her are unusually fine, he remark. hroughout the house.I .one weeka aa tn the above named! FI more.Pendant. Ilf K. M.RKr. MArrulKwa.. .

5 de Musiiue et do Danse-with its cd. "You have meant much to Lo- began to grow more and mow Defendant In the Bradford County Telegraph RI.hr ( .) I'havaaa.SlIest

'; 'magnificent stairway, luxurious logea moyne and" he caught my gaze and lervous. What could be going orichind n! newspaper In Bald County of "general anil State circulationpuhllnhod Order and Not .lor.8.... and Publlcatlon. ..'r.'Iary.C. A FUT1 Jiff .t.S-(1. l'lnl, Five

: .and gigantic chandelier. I held it unwaveringly with his own 1 the scenes ? I began to regret wirsrss my hand! and the ...1 of thin 'lit l ) DKKrNnANr: KICHARD FUMOIIC
"Every.eat i is taken I do believe." "much to me." he; fact that I had Interferred, for I il Court thia lit d.y O.of March W. ALDERMAN, A. D. m;8. It bring n..I. from Bworn Bill! ofcmtlalot NtTK 'CUAKIUAN BAl K M 101(

',. I announce to Harrington Pierce who I blushed for there was sincerity was possible that the Interview witiinrr7 Clerk of the Circuit, Court I In Rlcharil th* atm\a Elmn..nUI.a CBIIBO non.roal-, that N..t. ,IH >i,nty alvrn lht on the .lOOt 'lay

was seated ;with me in a box to the and warmth in his vibrant voice. hud only served to make mat iSPM.l' By C. A.Deputy KNIOIir.Cl.k"II t..r'noR"t. IB over 21 yean of aite Floridaaervire anilno I of Huardmi M..I" for AU.Mnrloit, 12 r'*..... .J..n.the u..I..o.. vtnnh 2-
*:; right of the .tagre. "Shhhh-shhh-" hissed the crowd to t:ers worse. I squirmed uneasily in my \CKI FPORD S HlitvWN' I".nn, nf rmi.lmg BuhlHiena, In on the whom Blnte wnuld' bind npply, i. lh.> KonnrMhlit. UfHirtco' A (>a.Ilnee. .II h..r to.

I conversationalists all over tie for ComplalnantB. defenilnnt! In thia rauBO and that ... (tttiinly Jkiiluc of !traIfel l (.'''Y. FloritU. at Ch utnu'a aOtijzt'i
tho .I.ln. .i.o
he with eat. .. Florida.fur .
: "Yes nodded glancing I ... hm I .H. in tflnrkp. l'r..1 cunitty
curtains were Tierce's herein ,muM be bad. nn femlant' pulillcnlion .. tbriuht nx: ain .41
I the t unit I mil sal U
and then Harrington r %
house just WKEK
.. approval ove the well-filled house NF.XT : aa prmerilid by law In .". ...: 1.1 thai
I I iuiuil InttTpHt of unit! Iln.r. has ef-
after to hear the drawn. I nteroFt in Sallie becomes apparent. ..PNTK OF PLOnlDA It thereniion .. that. you !11..1 111. ,
"they come yair year .0..1 <. ..oin | .ri*(.1 of Ian !. lying aittl beIng a
silence. COUNTY OF Klmore. d femlant do }r a humo-
absolute \WORO. .f..I. | '
demand rloritla.
( ininty
same operas. Toy: greet them liko olJ "They of atmv Ir..1 t..I.I. .low.1
that the foregoingla tint bill Ih.
I HFREBY CFHTIFY .nl.lo."t .nll. ..lit.. it ,1larl'm'
friends. Then to, Opera is not a luxury I whispered Mr. DeWight. Plies Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDruualMi. a true mid! correct copy, of the originalorili I CIIIIBO, nn. tbf. *. lat dny! of AI.rl. ..A... ...1\26.. I I l'r of HrPiiiM N. I .* Nitifi. .sii \\l\n I IdWimlHp.. h..t Hcv...ai Keystone
had said the audience of mmle In Ban! caiwo and 'h I llrailfnrd ( ." a JJI I friuit.Hniil : !nd ruplil-
r Minith Ha Tw'oly.two
S to them butt necessity like broad I Just as Barry PAlO OINTMEPJTtnUi' 1."hll..I. i I.L >I. HIT*
In Stnrke
rrfuml monry : ; ncWNpaner' 1"n..1 -a
file In "I.I.h.d > In mul nttnor.
\ >n mv miirtiit IH'inn titi .1 l with
with the singers orl.o. /
.4> and wine. Beside". he continued "the was "en rapport" to: i urn IhiIM., Him.I. .Hlm-ilmH Pltrl"' I'rntrllUmitPllr and ymlcaa TARhf F ". Mnnh l 1.1. A. J : County.. .. hiiebv. ..I..M..I < h. |I. "f Mimi, I h. N i"'..|H. riMMitt, throuuh.H't 8
note of stil- Innenmlyihrvr Itching m T niier I which thlB, 'rI'r and' no ko Gn va.
from the first I rliMfiirr! JOOMI
1926. tiiulluT
It very '< minm a
admission here within reach nr t 'HI l.i ., .
quite lprj after til" r.
. .' occasion- it"*t rHifitl "; \V A I.II'R\I! N hail b* I"bl.h.d one a wtMk I" 'iicucutIo I V. JONKS.: nds In out.

''. of all, not more tan the movies at ness was so marked that one (' ..( the ... '1"1 ;. Guardian for Marlon KvinitJon :
The House i is ally heard a sigh-the interest so intense (SEM.> Ity ( A. KNHIIITJ55t42 I l>one at Clarke.: Bradford count .12fl.1 ... minorNOTIi tlron wither
; home. othcrjOpera
IHpuly, ti.r.' ida. Ihle I llth day of February A. P I I'it
quite adiffercnt. Thro you sit next to that it could almost be felt. To Cure a Cold l In me UB> n \V .\CIIM\N sub lo an.1nl..Jately

tourists nouvaeu ride and others who From tho very first I sensed the .f.k.. I AXATIVt mid jROMO llfailrnhn QUININE and(worksonthiold T.bl.t.>. IR'i' ---OTI"i. ,'.;! ltQ3'IOW fl"O TA" .I I Ill.. U-9-111 Clerk nf font Circuit, iiiunlv, u..j'I,Brad-, ,, : KIn
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I come merely bocaus they think it i is fart thnt Lemoyno was not givimr. her 't !. lh.fc: W (jHOVE;! S nlmiiitiire on *.i-h boL 30<' IEEI t M.I.It .I.( TION S71 OK -. thn, Circuit iH urt .f tht> Kiithtli. Judicial .
.t in ult nf rloridn! In Chanrvry."ura
the thing to do or btau.se they have best. She sang superficially without TUF (,\tlt\t.: VTtTUTKSHirehy i NOTICIC or ArniCATioN, FOR TAX DECU ', Sweat, park that
t.lllln All lUKGKNEHAL t
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SALE > tlonal
a new gown to displ* between theI colour or allure. COMMISSIONER'S notice la rl"'n flat II n. Man- "UIK STATUTES I Complainant plot

acts as they parade tfk length of the "She'll do better in the next net Notice I I. hr-n-hy ulv.n hut umlor and by on p..h.. of 'I it* Sale i'rtifieatca Nolle* IB hereby given' that L. C. Towel). ,'v. al. broad end

I when she sings "Adieu, our little tab- *lrtinof that cirt,,in d.......* of partition number rmpeetivch. 2 S4 and 2Hfl i,aurd by Jurcahner of Tax Certificate N... 107. dateil' th.nd I 1..t! uml bow.
promenade Court for HradfordCounty the Tax Collector of Bradford County, day of July I A. II tOSS haa filed Bald critiffcat 11.r..I.nt having ,
I ..i. ri-d J in tho Circuit : Tim! rl.I.I".nt., Sara K Hwral for thiml .
.. dateil July I
Florida in Chancrcy, on the 2flthIny Florida Said certifirat lielnit I In my offle* and baa mail apllicaU'afor ,) rdint, In.r Sworn of complaint Inthli rmmuml J
Cl \ n of Janumy. A l II., IDJe. In an actionfoi 4th. 11121 and have filed Bald' certificate. tao deed to IMU. in accordance with law., hawing' h,1 thin urtlcr. ant ..h..I.. people
,. imrtition. thfrvin. pending wher in In my office and bav. made! .1..I..I.n Said certificate embrace' tho roll..wln. doaeribed "" | d.I..I.t.., tt U OltULIttiU. that
hirniiu II. Hun.HIT la fomplnlnant and for tax died. to imtun in ....... .lh pr.. ... aituated In O"or Florida I 11,1.0 I..rl.. claiming, II.......'., I If any in th* Jtau'uan's

KiTi'nu Pynl. a widow. I.lmie McClond.iii law. .! t.[ |.>r1y hrn'inafltr' ilmcribvtl, namelyJ : i )ha creot.ituron .
". >w. Annlo Pliinkott and C. B 1'lun- Said, certificate nwpcctively. embrace. lb.f'ilowioy Three acre In N..rh..1 corner of Southwest ,. t'iarl'a Kirhnril, Smniit! llarri. Char!...
kctt. "... huhbnh.l. Jnn.nrlctnn. an,! WI!. land In Bradford County. Florida quarter of 8"th_ u"...... being, I .... K: Wynmn, N. W llnckctt. a. caxhlur ofItriKlfunl for
lam Carlitun "hir huiilinnd Nub!,, WOk aMcHBed at the ilat! of tho laBnane North and ..,( II fcr.it Kant and West, County Itnitk ; AiinU, Inwnne. !8 tl 1 advnnthtucn -

in.t.n and l-nnlvr Wllkiimon her hunband of puck certlfirntea In the n.n.. retipeetIvely .-. Sett Ion J7. Townahlp, S South I.n"o. 11 :..IA l hta I!. Sntintlm a..1| Mnllie Mrhaclnon > hola!
.. I Horcnn., ('..bh anil. R. O Cobb her hull- htri'lnnftei' particularly, ail forth I. ore*. known MM Muttl. Mnckfnnhion If llvinic' and if

I.nilI and! Flurrln Hitch and John Ritch hiThiinhand wit The Bald 1..0. being BBBoxBed at th. data .hutl.I LI,.... r'wi rltvv, l.i, tlivljM>ra. .iiranUMWr InHtru.todoun.ls.
are 1).f'ndants. and! by virtue olIn Certlfiriite, No 2.1! mhrace. P 11 t-1 if the !. ...n.. Burn. .centrical, In the I name .> othtr rlninmnU' "".1,...tlifin, tho Th"rhu."h.I..1 "
.. n...... of the Mild Court thvrtftCtcr mad Aerea of Sntithoiiot quarter of NortheaBtquarter .f.1 I A. JamlBon I'liluBB Bald certificate shall 1."I.a"y. a rrp.ir.ti.fl. (ila traiiriTt .
on thi. 4th day. of Fvhrunry, 1H.. tli. undirantni'd Section II Tp. 8. South Kitnue redirmid arcunllng to law. lax deed will .vn or R..I..n,_ : ami r prnutu uqim will
will, offVr for Kant 11 aecru. ,a.Mi med! Ardell l.'onardCertflcate d of Mnrcli. A .1 01.
an ( fomtnliwioni 22 ..... Un' 'noil on thi' loth ny loiupmiy or ctmiimnlri.. h... orLliiiui n
4nk und nil to tho hluhiiit bidili'r for eanliin No "MA emhraeta Commence.Ing I.I)' 1Q24WttmB. HII nilvpini rvtalo or InU-niit In or to D.'cm.
door of the Court at Nnrt(leant < urnir of SoiithwtMt quarter orflclal alunalure, and Beat thla with the
front of the South my 'lie mini, pnii. wluthi'r t hot lr ,iiunn* b
Florlilii.! during (h. legalIn.ur of Northeast iiuarter and Weat of rehruary A. I' Itljll .1.,
houiio In Clarke fl Ihi I llll lay it U niiw, n tho Rth day of 8 1-8 rlinlnn, South 12 1.2 rhnltm ..t 0 O.W ALIIHtMANCl !lI
y rciintml' to ai">| Aril IUJH. those cprtum Ion.!. in 11..1.r. I-H rio na. Norll I.I. 1-2 rhuiiiB to ,begin ('1.,1 Court. Bradford .. i>i.mplidul, nn M", ,.,. thu Mh tiny, of April. York r
..... Morldn.' 1.>-,11, : ning. Section 81 Tn. 8. South Kiinii 22 Count Florida .
Cntutly SEA!1.1) \ l II am) tinlcH rich nf you appear on 1y In the
"You have meant muih to of the itoithwoelquurt'r. Kant H .... ait, .HI'I|I Carrie McPnaIinIlnl.ai. A. o'NOTUCi II"S. ,, ,
iI The Norlhwmt quart 2.12-0..1.1 I Uy C KNI.III'II ...Id l tiny, .nm. being a cull Any. m drer! ** ','
__ off the V\ vt aide nald! cor ..riratea' hull, I lie redeemed
n. >nt 11 acrva cunfiimo will i hn rntnrril, nuHlniit you amiIhi n center
ho pru
J / ; Lemoyne and caught: my atM> the Scmthwoat. quarter of tho South.wi BcrnMIng to 1., ..,. tax deed. wi Inanethoeiv.n TO II.Il'ftihSAoit, ii>IHllt-l Ca,,.. will .npart. h
of Branch. 'opt two on the day of A, A. DI92B 1.0 courses ,
North *
and In
and held it unwaveringly t quarter .I. 'I I hit imtp<'rly rift>rn il to *
C : gaze and! ono half aeriia in tho Northwpat corner, I Voile ia her.'l.y- all credilora. %..1..1| ii thin .,ult !I. legally known and du be heard
-' with his own "much to nil in motion i*. Townxhlp. 6. South olKanxe W mv official Miirmttiire, nnd! peal l lthi. I I. .ulna., ilialnbulii! and pi'. .II a havingelaima ftrnhiM, ,UM tho I i
i, 21, and containing. 4l tier.,. more 01 .. toe ..HJ, iluy of Mareh A. II IUJAO aunm.t Li,,. "'RI.nf B I.. Blanrhard.dictaBtiil I rIhwiiit ijunrtrr nf the Northwmt qtmrurf lecturers

, me. I.W. ;. W. AI.PFHMAN.Clerk lat nf Brailfonl county. are hereby Hiilion I 4. .lowimhip 7 Huuth. IUnnKimt .> oratnra
,- N. D. WAINWRIGHT of (1."lt Court, Brad \ required prearnt I their clalmB duly, aulhentleated ; In llrmlford' County. ,, of this
f I: : J. M. AI.VARE4 r..1! 'olly. FloridaISKAI.l 1 th. unilmlgniil within, .me yiarfrom I And U In furihir, i>UI>l>:!ItKli tllhl. onler
C. A. KNIGHI'Coinnifsalontra ( lly C. KNII.Iir; .. ,' will lie hi Id In bartherettl ,,,. .. .. ..
/c" .1".... r tl'in nt t bo I I.l.l..l' a W M |I fur itrhtWIN .oou'h.
:M" >r'.4'1" (" anil all l" perBonB iniiiouii i". ani'i --.. :k..j'; Urn" it ford County Tulfifraph, a 000 have ,
t J. I.. HIA7EE.Solicitor I tii.e are nuutieil to pay their, .ald, di' .t.to nunluilinmiBlratrlx n,- "" .t Ht.rh.. lirailford conn
p for Complainant B.5.bt42NOTICE NOTICE forthwith I,. Morlda.In ,' il I work. j
j K'a --- --- Thia, 3rd day of FoltriiarV. lt>2AMltS. I I Hiiiu-MH whir-< ,.? I ),av" hrrrmtlo, ...t myIIHIK and
In ('I r'ult Court. Bruilforil (."nly. Florida U I. lll.ANCHAHP .1! mul. Hff\l) t Mini of th I 1.1 Court lirpfl
a I I in ChanceryDan AilmluiBlrittrlt.M I ,h ,Id tn-
2." It..|.f. .r Mr-n.ironl' ( ..rt Y. H'.ruU' un thfa tli flthilny
\ In tho Circuit, Court of the Fmhlh, JH- Bore*, ----. -- of l.'lriinry.' A. I D. lUJfft hull of 'O
diclnl Circuit of thu. State nf Horl.ln. In ('omplainnntVB -- >rl( OF I lti>M> rlII :I.t.' l'JS ( W. ALKUM\N:

and for the County' of Bradford. In. I I SEA l.> turk Circuit, t>,..... is to be
Chancery Oliv r .Snifiire. III I I, r.b> niitlri' la trlven that by virtue. of -I'ltliority I ''I l,vi I !HriMirurd, I'nuiiiy. 1''I..ll.
Mmnlo. S. Itmwn. .Into..1 liy )hi.r DefendnntaHull .. iiHltd In Hie Board of llonil.! rrimteeaif i K: i' MY
.. hUKliniid.! CI! W. (lro..". to lluiel litle and Irm. ('Iout.. I.nM.,1, County. I lorldn. "ohr a m.nlalml ,. S<. ), r fur. (''ml.I'11> > U-Ht-4 I J
Complninanu.Murll 'l'ii the known nn.l .nk".w. .I..f'n.h. legislature nf Iho Slat of Hurl.In -
- -- 5 IYEARIl'rER
f1 v. In tin. fibovc, Btyled roo. til-wit : 'Fho .. d 1 I. tlio, ...t..I''R.y, !' Beitsinn' of ,IliaI \
\ C. I-I'INK and! IibndI.1..Il's I Ion. I.. I anil, nnd! I 1..r..l..n. .. <.'ompuny.n i I I..iinlalure, of 1'1....,. Nn..I.r.. A. I' MOTKK OK( UNAI.I DIMf'IIAIK.K ( C
nn.l if not ,
SOI.OMOM' coiiioratlon if in .I.h.n. illation of the qualified tlictiirit whoin 1
r. HUNK. I ;i
THOMPSON' unmarrlfd 8 TE- 'iljt I I. ,Kal unknown, repreiti mnlum. vriinttNB fniholibra 11 In Bald county IB h.n by railedto MInt, dnyn! aft. r on to-wit I hit Rth
II 0.0. d
1 1I' _ _ I'MKV: A. UAILKY and wife, . _
_ Hnmui I III
1 rillhiilllc, I A ln h. nnd! U f. l>. liompnon I RI.I hunbanil .R..r. Florida on Tu'siay.. tli I,. I Itlth dny, I 1"011 I;. oriti .A I;liiirdini, n. L."
Mr.II.I. and >vif.M.. C. MeMI.I,. 'j lioiniMon., Jiieoli John. Mary C. I Morel, A. l>. IU28. tu dittirniln whelhirir ...1.. .I Jira.Iri.l| 4 oiiiilv. Murldii, our .... ho statehen
size I when the curtain .,.. .. Hrov n. $Stephi 1"lh.OI. Sn'ago'. .1. .. Mornlii. ,mtueiMtndB ,, uulor, and, "iicutrlt -
4 "You've absolutely K up announced Barry if IK Inn. and If dead. the heir it not Mni.iror.l ( i" 01 y. .h.1 vrtt mid! finiil ntroinil" un tha
flared, t I".. or other. clntm- W. Knuier and 1.111. h. In tlio .", nf hour I"I"". HTtyliiimanil of ihr of Mary .0
'' R.I
Krnnl.i'M I. ..01'
the % wl
t; alCdeed nodding my head, ''. wont went down and, lights nnti under, t the ,,,I.l Mmtha. ) C. alive und! if di i ad. tin Ir unknown, helm. ., I I 1.,"..1 f,ir hard! aurfneliig I liltIt I HiipkltiN! ,ifi ret. .. hilo Uradford county. re'gular1k

the other evening to hear au Kt. Thoproduction up. "Tho first act doesn't really give Frlnk An.! hiifhimd. I I.uciim C. tli'vii.' ... !liiriiltfx, i f hiiiing, or who may oliiitn ti have ., 11 tr.irth .
,, .
Thnmnwin. unmarried ly more Soli.miin II *
I was unusually f.i and the her n chance. Frink '. S..h1A.. Ilreiley. andwife ""I niflit'. title i.r interiitt, .r entuti. in ..h..I".r.. |1.,1. t,.. In din",innntli.n* ofn. H Hth
I 1 ballet especially good but i-nehow I I was greatly relieved. During the Cnlhenn.' A. llniliv! n'ld! w. i.." tlie fnlli.viinK dimlriliid l ll., tit- .,. 'b..1. d.I... each bearing interest not I'.I."W.,

iiwhith it intermission DeWights began dncuHning I' Mi-Oill:, ,,n'I wife, M (". McClll. wit : i" xci ed BX! pi. r Cent pi r annum, payable KA I tE! l.lyINt.sl'lN I l ( "
felt the lackajaiwcail way: the d..,,."..... or olhi ." l I.. .n'I h.. ,limit' Lot O of Block 1. *oct, Ih, N.h fit 19 1-2 "'I. ..,,,uiliy *nd I.. be dnlid tin I, flout day ol. Kmrut4: ,r mul I.!....girl. .4 ihv ,Jit.l w.1 npr rep.
l was receivcil. An entrancii Marguerite : the amazing number of flow- cOy nltuntu in lltiidforil. C'ounly.tlorldn. fit t 11.1'rrof. I"nt 4 e\ce.t| V t ..f I h.. .1..11 or J.nl'" of the ymr ..1.1. and 'to nm, HUH, nttiuiiiinL, o( M.y 1..kln., ''lht. ofitt
SouthIdi' ami nil of lot I II i of 14l ..
from .
and I-emoyne had ..northed a. follmvi 'to- in not, inure than thirty Y' ". .1. I .A ,
t music
Laval! > ami, tams that ,
was Jane ers l,,iln, n. U 0..1! 1< ur 11..k 18. !Jt 7 ofIllnek and 'to iHBtied! In nines. nnd! I.I.
I wit Itetrln at tin I :N.iitln,.,' n"* cur if iKHiianLt' .
: ., .
0 nf J'l;
I l..li 7 l
reached an aiealing1 received .hing her success. .. J.i. U. IJ..k tainhlo HI 'a Urn I-
in the last act w ill"r nf rrfiini/ulnr I. t 0"11.I. b. Hi n on all property No-
all in I.inni/Hlon, Truby and' ( B ,
but I've done a terriblething of tho town of I.RW" arrordtnirto .n."ny', county. r'li rldn. and .. ollnrwlBO conTi ? FIM.. IHHt I A IWI "
and maKnifieient: climax >e au. "By Jove thereof .. thu itarn* Addi on (. the Town of StarkI' rut 'In the provision, of Bald! ......) act.Dial (TJ'V ,f Jack
affected to sw, its aid li.-rington Pierce "I map or plat in the appear of floor"! In DtwdIliHik said llrnilftird! (; '
too .m. I roadN In .I"'Y. I
dience was In I Ilie .lIlr. oftho
cnrd nter of
appitira, of n< .1". pane 2.1.2. of the puhlio ncordnof I. and! otltIMI t I -n, o-wit tha,
ura.led 1
: forgot to send an. thing. I get more t lerk. of the Circuit, Court. nfIIr.dt..r.1 II lor da. bo ban) .1.rll'o.l. Slat y itiiyn e./ti r Ur
: .
L applause. Morida.CreelingB
appreciation by Florida, In Deed l.no..1 County | .. improwtd' with ...1, bond funds! with tiny if Mrtrrh. A. I'>., I IU28.! I will |>.. 1I quarrelliquor.
The occupants of our box ii'uiled absent-minded duilj. I do believe. But "..". :I'. and runSutheriy ,i In, Hpproxlinalif amounoi to bo vxiiendi'd onneh Ihii lf.ni>riill'. Ciforwu A. CanIne, .C juntyJu'lui .
: or honk on patir You and! esl, of you are hirtbv re.qiilrfd of said ... .1.. follows to-wil, : Itra.i tr.i! luritJa, mrv.M.LhiTat
.. ofOnt. arc Inanity
Barrgton Lemoyne knows it's a "tupld alnni the \Veat .1. e .r
the Lowell UeWiuht's: ., Lltrlit Hundred and to bo nnd! appiar. In fori. the JIIIKIof ) Ilile m.il.l,! No 2H l.ak ,.."'" .' Shortlloiitu I ....1! I irml, HII.UIIIH iui liiiiliiiilr.iturnf hand l'
That nftt mon mine and will forgive my negligenceI : the Circuit Court ,if thi nth t .1 luilicial rnalmitit ,. Join.
Uurfaco .. of Itobt I I'
Pierce and myself. the NnrthwoMtcorni ( tin* ( 1
I Sixty IKfllll! f.t>t to ('1... i.f .....$". In and! fur Bradford 't..k 1.0._ 11611 .. soil, 4Mki 4 when
ible Htreelathtnco 0"0.01 | Into f Itru'lfnnl Bounty
important sure. if State 0
Curtiss received an of r (VtcMtirly nlong the North 4nui ty. oil Mondiiy. the Ffth ilny of A.I, Stat,. 1..1! N. 44 NI.rk.. to Clay County: h.., 0..1... ,....". Rtirli, a4tin.niHln.UirThin again
from the office and aa a resul he "Women often forgive the lack eilu of an d. Jackson Street onoThnimand AlL. llljfl, lit the Court huumj In the It.rk ... surriiei* tn'at ment |iiu.tiuullfl FOol d." of Jun.ni.-y. A I" l'J26. truck It

to meet a isi-, I attention but it hurts just the same," One Hundred and! Sixty 'town of Stark, Inrida' In answer a I.ulluwlng Niil'ln tn bn gravel.clny lltl I fociwit W. J. 1.I'IISUN.
made an engagement feet to the W...t urn of an iiwor"i bill of complaint. .atillti againMt. ,, and 9 ,Inch*. deep.) to-wit. : iRhcrfff iui AiIm ufIhi 'Ith a ..
ness associate who had just arrivi in I replied lowering my voice. I knewLemoyne' alley IIIAO) running mldwav! between you in Ihi. slave nnmtd cnuit by .thocomplainant. lt.....d! Nu I mat* Itnaii No. 11 through Itrook- Nlat'. of Itnlri.rt I'. Jon..
with whom he win> to n8.i adoration for him and I Grove and Pine Street Ih...",* l lIon lloret i to remove cloud *>r to Ward llrliluo' IGn.litiu oo i-.22.013.li.: .
Paris and Northerly along the went eduo. of and quiet title I th. above ijiwerlbedlaml 'lOg,.! Nn Ill llamplun! to Slnrke-llrooker road --- -- -
i The DeWishta were planning toe. ; felt sad to think Barry had neglocUdher ant,! alley blunt. Hundml. and! Sixty !,.. I." l"m.I.n 1..h. Also cut off r.o t I
another box with friends it on the night of nights. ( .IIUI f.H>t to tho Mouth lino I, of 'I'h.. Ilradfnnl. County .r..r..h.! a from .1..1 1". U to road ISl4.000.tIO "/IK! TO l't.lrHI1 CIEIITOIN.le. > quit
( cupy in lliu UiwnStarke. _.__._ f
weakly neWBtuipi publmhul _
the curtain was drawn aid! Triangular 1.,1 Ono ltthence > : n .. Ivi' ( i relllora. 10wlnl
thould I. lion lir n
Once again tf
Lemoyne insisting that e KaMterly along the South County. Florida i. hereby Itoad No :il or 4 Starting, at Slat llnad! It h.t.I .
JrM.d havlntrclairtm
asked them to come wth: i I and revealed Manon and her dashing line of oat,! I.nt Ono I UI Ono Th....- 0..1..00 .. I the nowHpaper In which in Starko ami! running four miles Wiston '", dl.tl.'I..| >,, nn J al of J. II. Chfrry
i there "
of Ono Hundred. and Sixty this be publiiihcd! for four th. rest which I. not aditpted, by tie ..I.t
had the atmosphere Band! eon hrbyrtxiuirinl
She ra Chevalier in happy nnl. .hRI dcnaaellLa of I'.RM..I' county are
State L Slat lu.ad
I and act as chaperones. nf ht-tfinning ; accI ><'| artmrnt f.
intuition and seemed! to sense the fn I their little home. Manon has heard AIw(Hani Dlaunnal fiet to point Lot Ono 111 of WI Iv.fN :"N. 'M,. llonoruble. A Z. Ad- No SIH 1..1_ _____ .__ ._. 18.00001 t : t. to u, 'the prrivnt tunty, I heir Juitit elu of nin llrailfonl, duly:: aticntrat.l. conn- .
V. ,,. .. attn (i !It-a.! No H Starting In Htark and!
is about to be seized th Town nf Lawtey. accordingto kin and A. IA" J.I. a f.nnln. .
husband f daU' orthin
have conscn that her ty wli Inn year rum
that Curtis would never the aeal of thla approximately. 4 mills out on tho tl..ldn. 0. I Ir'
plat thereof a Bum appear W. Alderman. CUrk. nnd and allfifmoriN
map or fw hvlfl, In liar tin'rvto,
: ed to my going with the young mt and is under great emotional stress of ri-cord tn th,,. office of the court in tho city of Starko, Morida.. thiB2fth bronn Hprlngs Road _- .- IIH.QIMHIQIbiii'l I not IP "!w.1'! aal'l i tHiit a r. requireil I.i I.
when she begins to sing farewell to C'lerk! nf tho Circuit, Court of llrad- day! of February. A I). IU.i'1II No UK From Railroad! In l.awtey to Clay thmr .! d!.hla forthwith.
alone. ___ _
stcian I County line. I'e .
In I'eedItiMtk W.
ford' !'t.rlIs.
County '
O 1028.
hear T.e*hc little table and to her Cozy .sur- AI'UM No. 24 Krnm Road.! to 1. |11h lay of hbI'Y. A '.
"I can hardly wait "C", on pave ::1 AHO| th iCiipyl, I S..keI..kr W. J. KIM'KIWOMFhrrlff. : !
to be :>''"onndings which have been filled with South half ,iSI-ii' uf the North- 'ICI.KKK H bEAI.i By C A. KNKJHI'. =e,n -- Ill.OflOOO I' of ,-
nioyne she's bound urei the Deputy \\1..1 .. (i..I..I.! to-wlt e .holl..r.t. .
.rI ..
quarter C..k. J.
t-4-0 of O
li-l iwtatw
commented: DeWiht! who, wait on<.e nspeakablc bliss.oi Northtait quarter INK1-I.. and! I n. R. KNIfI. Stark. Fla No tt .. from liamon CrimsRoaiU -- -- - -Ih..y'd. .-

admirers and at thsane of her countless the North half ,lNI-2i. nf the I Slarke-Kalfxnl Ibiad. N'. 4 *li.4110.OnRiiad HrMOIVKDTIIK IMI4HH HI HLIOIN8TKIKTION
staunches, forward and at the same time No. 21 From fltarko-Croas R/>ailB! Road' <, I
time one of her a; Northweiit quarter I IVW1-4I I of ,tha MANACKKS AND : I IIIAUIUKU f
.__ :'L. L. .ft'in., ...-.. to Section by Frank Morgan. Road No. VEatrn.n (
< m of lOu"'rV. !
North.- (
,._. :.. .i."Uft. CJilnloIomu wun nvr iurviiMK Twenty'thr quarter I 123 l ,:.c.k* ', lii|;> RON! ELECTION :IAIC11611 ____.____ .s ..810.nOn..1 !

.. !no
Ygain however I wat conscious oft ....>. '22> Rant. Containing In all No. 1. wtcy-I R. A. I...*'. Ilrldg* ._ 17.20000 RF u'.VfJ' : : Thut it will rwiuir, $25.- I
I in.1..rvd.: in the KiKhty SOt acre*, mor or I I.** PI'ccn.t I ICoad No. 17 Frnm Starke-llrnoker Ibiad 10 puh., proprrty, erect ichnolhiulilinx
""..Veil" began Barry "it seems that lack of some vital quality TVfendnnu' clerk and H. Moore, New n..p Itoad by U. W listen. AH') .iMp. ..m. with fumltur

favorite r'a voice. I had seldom heard Halt To Quiet, Title V'j I n_ h .__ _. _. 1(40000Rfiad ami m.1.tar>itiui. Then honda shall war
who is
Mile Kousnezoff a < moved Order of PabllrallnnTo R. HeiMish and A. M. Ban'hlrcl. No lilt From !ItViaier lt>iad ast to Clay: d.t
her, was to have sung the part but tl aria before without being Martha C. Frlnk and hunband. I."- spectorit. Cfiunty, Iin----------- 1180000 .xc..fj al. ". ntura per annum an
ill and she broke the toars. It i is true that the technical CUH| C. Frlnk. Solomon If. Thompson un- Precinct No. 2 Stark. ( north) W.I Road! N,,. II* from New Rlver-lenut hob, rot, .1!.1I shall b. uaytbU rlally. On. thona.nillollar i
her son was quite well the marred' Stei>hn A. BaMey and wife. Cathenn I ti> Kmoker-Ncniitnolo road by Will. An- on July I, 1127 ami 'lonl.OI on
engagement. She's really remarkable pa of the work was done A. Bailer, and! W. C. MeCIII and i F.:. Davis clerk and T. P. Wall R. drewa, .._ -----___.._-._. 1.CI 00 th* fir t tiny ..f July, of Mh .urei.llniryrar
well in her forties she has the no were brilliant and like icicles wife. M C. McOIII. It aura and If dead to and P. A. Scott "...1 No. 22 From Powell Still ..... I.,- up to and. Ineludina, July 1, IU6. t.J
.' thojgh! clear. But the their unknown heir, d......ee legate or Newsom A'I nan William*' place, then East to ( Ihi. tH>n'in .".1 h. coupon, I.. an ilN
figure voice and personality of a girl' wenharp and crystal BranteeatTo Precinct No. 3, Starko (south)- County I.!* ._. __ 15.400 .ue So see Lemoyne will thii that makes the role of Manon Martha C. Frlnk and hatband. Lu- and T. N. Kendrick J. Road No 21: Front Vandi.rhllt School to Road! L W. .!' ;
In her teens. you the heart clua C. Frink Solomon H. Thorapaon.. ttnmarried L. Peek I A. near MeKlnney' Branch __._ In.400 00'b.,1 l b.lr.n.U. .
have no easy time filling her place. so pealing and touches Stephen A. Halley and, wO'''. Cath W. Edwards and A. W. An.leron. Inpectors. No. 24 From gtat* Road! Nu. I] west B. WIOQINB.NOTH J

"Oh but don't doubt for a moment of thimple working-man is the sym- ertne A. Haley, and W. C. McOUl and through 1".h.1. aettlement by Primitive .ola. 2.2 .&t-321
you innocent girl- wife M. C. McOIII. deceaii.l or nthvrwlae. Baptist .h..h (Intersect with Hoa l NnrxtnloB _.-.
I, that she will" I questioned an. pathcrcatcd for the : In the property aituat in D..do'CountyMnrlila Precinct No. 4 (.raham-W. T. Mc- a ) ___..._.._..__.... 110.10000Road t or BOND ?.l.E.2TION
wife plain to see that Lemoyne No 2B From Btark-Rro. Road near .
scanning his face. was tmralnafter and Chesley John
xiously the desired ef- To all .00 pemnna having or claiming any Ever 'I I. Pan Ijyrd to Hock Church! District to lly .111. i>o -. vmuil! In them by the Uw
voice had .
'he cnn do it. She has the Jed to produce !IntervMt in the following deaenbed land. Surrenry and O. W. Dyal Inspoc.toro.PE'rclnct Intersect with Road No. IH .. n.coo.OOIb..1 I ,.f FlfirliU., th* Roan! of I'ublm Initrtiotlon I .r

in splendid condition." rect. No. 5 Hampton-J. W. No tt Htarb to Clay County: l.ln uf 1..ro.1 County. Mortita' htr.hyen .rf
and! is took In "Git, murmured Barry, to.wl Begin. at the Southeast ...n.. oTriangular flKuant Rfiad I __.__ _.__ 1400004ml I In fur .n .!.dl.. to h* .I'l at the .. -
)espite the cocktails she Scott I'vo Lot One '11)) of the ; Jones clerk and Garfield Johns BHayncs '' No 87 Commending near J. S KunlceaElae : school houn,, .Hk.r on F i lay. I '

honor the day we were at your "some., 's wrong with Iemoyne Town of Lawtey according t I and J. H. Saxon Inspectors. on Htats No. II running West to March 311, 11129, to 'iM! rniln. whdhur or f '
our her do anything as poorly map or plat thereof th* .. ) Erie,- '. then aouth to lOusIer road! mil Ihillrnikrr Hpralil 'ri t School' District "
studio for tea?" never rd words appear of record e in the olflc lYecinrt Nn. 0, Tht'ressa-R. C.; .. __. ._ ......._.-_.... 140001)0Road ) .hull Bond F.,. th. .01 of IJJIOODOOfur (

"Oh I doubt if they hail anythingIn as tha She simply sang the of the Clerk, of the CircuitCourt Heibi-rirpr clerk and C. A. Younlbl.o Lemoyne and kei ime to tho music; that's not of Bradford County. FlorIda f rawford fOal,. by llrownlng'a tn R/.ad! In.. purchitnlnir, protMrty for *ana !
them but orange juice. sho In Peed. Hook "C'', on page 3.and I). W. Moore and II I>. May inspec No 8 91,91009float NIII Ulilnv. bilil.llnu with furniture. ror '
l Is fir' t of all, a clever actress and enough;he won't even get by if run Hoiitherl' alonir the we*. I No. 30' Frnm D B Browning's on Baa.! holilinii, ., ...1.1! rl. clun! K:. M llnu-n O. W. :
that day doesn't) ke to the part!" edge of Stat Street Eight: liondod tors. 9 by Starling! and Rob Futch tn RosierRoad Hurry M I'. Mathimy soil A. I. Own .'. I :1
she pretended to be drinking .1 up I and Sixty. (fXlll feet to thNorthweat Precinct No. 7, New River-W. M. _.. .__u.______. lKiintntl. nuaoag.rs.
had been 1..00
to tease me or rather to make me become Suilde, I had an idea. I corner of Klat an.1 Parker clerk and C. M. Phillip, V. W. Road No. 11 I From Robert Lane I. W. KICKMTKR' : !I

her voice. But I thinkin'er what he had said about I Jackaon Streeti thence Wwterl Road No II by f; I.. Puteh and E. I.. Claairn.a. j II .
alarmed with along the North edire of nan, Kelley and S. C. Crews inlpec.tors.Preinl.t and J. Crews ,. Crawford Road 15 ,OIl 00 l I n wraaiNa.Jr. .
know Lemoyne," he spoke In lowered forgetting remember Lemoyne JackNnn Streeta One Thotiaand UnHundred No. 8, Brooker-L). M. Mat4 11..t !I2 From Hampton-Kvyston Height* Bcrray 2-20'50S.24 I

tones, she's acted so much that unltfsle! ,I a greetiiof flowers even a note. I and Sixty 111601 feet to '"M

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lunfin busincs that is sura t... bo sue.teerled graceful gambling devices. The AntiSaloon I was also a small five-gallon still, NOTICE I pray,-,' aKalnit. iwraona auch, known firnul and and unwi en'' nv IIdifcndantK. Vtinna.

County'rELEGltAPII l by a reaction, and, the healthy :; ) League has Home of the which was. taken in a raid which occurred I In .he Clwilt ';::;:-Ellthlh Judicial. I I I'IHEHF.rOUE

businc"- < life of n town \liko SlarUewnnts strongest speakers, such men as Dr. jui ? bi'vond the reluct rv, Circuit, nrailfnnl, County. 'Iorl"". In / and corrmraiinna It in i, ,10.,1hRt named n' r f fnotice. /
firm 4
: non of it. :Si ntt Mclindc, prc-udent of the AmerKiin south of thin (.,ty. I Thancerv. I niinn. If llMia or In L"ciaUnce, nr "' '

In thogily, this method of cat i urm Anti-Suluon' League( of America Sonic Face Federal Wnrntntu" | II. I.. Tillll. | nr not' in xi>,'.n... then .hla. hir t"> r tIta

on bu-t:nesH Is possible for a con ih'r. n I HO Hon. Richard 1'. Mobson, and Four uf the number arrested in m vs Complainant, 1,tii'H unknown. HIII"* t-0'In r Ira n"01..1.il nHf.....DM Imateea.nnd 1 v..un."i'prnMina. '.

Published weekly and entered astecond alilo time becuuau there are so many others. The slogan of the Lvaguo Ua Bindford! county' will bo tried in federal The rioriila F H'''I nnH ,1".""ilvtittM Cvm- firrm. nnd corporntiona' bavinr orclniminit

cl.iss matter, at the post uullible buyt'i' who are taken in by law to allow ( ho searching' of suspicious coi ,.t. ."ut h'rn, district at Tamjiu, | t>any. a ..pnfi-mjnnta..,..n.otlnn. et at., lain pieei any"> ..r InU-rcal loin nf. lund in .aui, Ann Ui .thiai i. I r I

office at Starke Florida. the alleged" ( savin"; thus tffeitedVh"n autos with or without a .searchwarrent. while t'n' > "ninainjntr, ( twelve persons !II Kill In Xiilrt Title. | in Brndforil Cotmlv. s..... nf Florlita.
this inflated maner of nu-n-liandisin", < ; This statc-wido canvass will be tried. .. hv Alachuu county uc- It nnrwarlnir" by thn iiworn bill of complaint known nnd. dejcribed" aa followI
HIM In th* ahiive "n"... which All tint porlinn' of Nortn i ..uo.t. r iSouthwent i?:
fl. B. MATTHICW8. _. _____.____.___0....... ,ir>ts into a nation's system to any consiileralilf means much In securing loyal Americans cording to. officials today. I I raune IK one to remove clotlrl' from title and.. quarter, lyinu. Bouth' of Ceo,, 8!
extent we have n disturbed to make our laws. I The i'r.\' : agents who made; th<) series I, to nulet. the title nf thi> cnmnlulnt. to the .via Southern and Florida Railmad. :
I I. C. ROBINSON.. ___ __. Manarlnf Editor all InniN thai an riVierlhed In th. nnM' bill ofCnmnlaint Alan the North half of the Houthwent
followed,' l fy tradu congestion of raid! last night are operating ..
market .
hot the 1 In
: ,EIt'fAKII1f t Sheriff of llrailford quarter, nT !9oii1hwv.it; ,, quarter aM '
I that suddenlyxvake I out of Tampa office. They are C. W. KJorlila, ban madn Sevetl
with the reiult we I County rettirn upon i j tinn Twenty-Elitht PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY f.nd, ourselves In the midst, Stamlu'i. in charge; W. M. Simmons, the aiimmo'M n rhnerv d'llv' I I' ni'"l, In I (7). South Ttanne Twenty-two ,rji) Keontalninir .
I tip to Gainesville March 1.-Announce, miiil' ..".n. that the aald .timmonii In Chancerv i B3 ncrea mnre or Icna.Io .
". ---- --- I of it financial 1 panic.PayinK ment was made today that Gainesville I' F. A. Ih k and,) \V II. PittsburR.! / The IB m...veciited. and cannot lw. nervetl !I appear' to the bill of complaint' filed/I /
SUnSClm'TIO ItATE I For' City: Style officers are' greatly pleased with the | tim>n the Flnrlila' Land and Immigration J, In nail,] catiNC*. en or before the Fi'th day n(
will soon have another' undCl.t"kinlCpllrlor. (VmKHtiv. a of Ihn defenHartji I April. A. D. IQ28.> otherwlae the alienation' '*
Her Year ...- '11.50, l'i, thf, pri>Milinif. article we emphaBixed This will be 10catt'clIt the attitudi* taken by the sheriff's afficein I mimeil in <:ri'm'r":: Complaint I owInu I! of thn tiald 1 bill> will be taken an confeeedavainat
the hemy.. overhead' that the city this nunty and enxm Sheriff to the rnllure nf the .aM., e.ir.>ornll...n I Ito I van. /
SI* Months 750' corner of West Main: street, sou.h and work el I..rt nffirtrw or annolnt. ...,nt.. anil'l It la further ordered. that thia notion1publiahed
If Pinkost be doing a good ns .
mc-r-'hant has to meet. you remern.IMT n to 1 I
Arlington street. The new firm Is > nc tf thi fiftlire nf H itl pornnratlon to !, once week for Four ennaeeuOfweeka
t } -- -- thut you have to pay your share owned by the Jones-Overton Co. Inc. sheriff .f Alachua, county. They said have ullhin the Slate of Florida an nf. |i In the Ftradford County Teleirnv'ra
j have never met a more fieer, or acrnt upon whom nrocena can b | weekly' neWHpnper of ireneral elrcul**''"*
of his fixed charges today
f his
( totul every
and it is the aim of the owners to Mcrxid, : and. it anntarinv that pmeena. cannot PuhlfMhcd In Slarke. Brailfnrd county1 '.
nine .\ "U visit: his establishment. all make of the new establishment of congenial county official anywhere be servvil upon aald ..ornoratlon for .
I will !I". w.11ith for will one than it- Sheriff, Pinkoson. I 'he failure' of .nfd' eor*>oratlon" to elect WITNF.S1 tho Hnnornble Judire. f f 'tteR'Rhth
you, you
thp most modern! undertaking establishments officer* nr appoint" atfenta anil nwlna to .liidlclal Circuit Court, and/ho:: ,
j compiuv' hiH runire( of prices' with to be found in the south. Raids Come to An End. the fnilnre. <.f nld eornoratlon to havawith'n flclal: aeal: :nf the Clerk; of thla o>" ;: u ,
th<. of vour home town merchant Offic-rs' today state that so far a* I the c The property purchased for thi- home j jof the raida have ln.>f>nvh..m pn.e*>.B ran .hi> nerved Mnreh A. 1>. 1928. fC .
,md .vnu" will bqy only those fewtliinjrK the new firm Is known us the Tunerville they aic concerned nnd thnt there IH no pennn In 'the Rtato W. Atn KMAN
I that arc under-priced you buy atall. come t" a close and they will be sent Florida the Her*'lee of a nuhpopna. unwh..m Clerk Circuit Court llrtdSBAU I: '
) property. | sunllur would' Maid, corr-nrntlon anil Italitn ( fonl Countf. FI"'M.
for work of natjjre. .
business 1 Ivr'utions ,double clsewhc a -
Desirable re
Mr. DeWitt C. Jones of Starke, who I anni arinn from the iwern bill nfrotnntnint A. S. CREWS
ami triple' in value because of th'} has hail wide experience in the undertaking The raids here are the first to in the ahovo. ..".". that the rexi.dence '. ffnlleitor fnr Complainant 1-6-iit, i iNO .
& mpetition for their possession. High be com'tictcd in Alachua county in a of the defendnntii therein mimed, r
> i> ( business, having operated an tfi-w't.: the T'lorlfin I,nnd, and lmtnl>rratin>iCompany ,
No. 4954Memborahip : value\ means hitfh( taxes. Tho downtown undertaking! establishment in Starke number of years and people generally n enrnnratlnn JameH T 8nnler TICK.: ; : f
congestion means preater firohaznnl were/ not of the opinion that so much anil John WoRae aa Trunter* for FlorMn 1
NationalAssociation : several and Mr. rirrnlt Elirhth. JiUc'iilrilt' '
( in years Overton form naflrond Comnnnv. a corporation.WiMI. In Cinirt. !J
) ', with the resultant increase in erly connected, with the Thomas Un- liquor. could be found In one night'smilling. A. Kail lr.-ne M. Ptill hi! wife. ..1.K Bt'lfnr.l ('", on'Y. Florida. I'.' Chancery .\ "
insurance. You help to pay for thotyle The dry agents state that I.eitrhton. T M Jon.... Fanny Jonea blawife Vonrta F.. lnirmn. In ht-r ,.n rluhianri
--- -- --- dcrtakincr Co., in this city, will have P. C Carvln aa paHtor In chariennd Hv fl M. Inrnan hi-trhiubanil
,t und puiiifi displayed] and for the charge of the new business nnd their t they d. stroyed much of the 1 quors tho '>Ao'n l r of the American M. 1* and Ni-xt Frlcml.Complainant.' .
IMPORTANT TO FLORIDA employment of many .superfluous! found last night which was in smaller Church. and O. Prrminrlch Inillvldually. .
with .
familiarity undertaking work
attendantswhich, in as bottles and could<1 not be easily carted dnlnir htminMflq nn C PreminrVh. Company VM
clerks nnd no .
An amendment to tho tux bill now stires all of first-class service. and, Mm Lnufna nillerv ari. all unknown Florida Rnllroad OmDaVcorpoi
before Congress is of vital interest in sense add\ to the value of your good*. | The new firm Is capitalized at $251 ,- to the .iail. The ]h'luor i | held'\, in jail is and that then* IN no pern n In the lion et al... v
from State of FlorIHa' the nerice of Defondanta.Ordrr .
size quarts mihpoenaupon
Kven: however is the country 1 in bottl'-s ranging in a
Florida., This la the amendment "proposed more 000 and almost all of the stock' hut whom would bind Jaiil difendan'*. of Piihllr.il.' > Notlrr to Rnn...
Senator Trammell whereby buyer singled, out by the city man is been sold to date. to five gallon bottles. Some of and that It in .believed h. the Comnlalnan and Unknown nf naVt. In Salt to Quirt
I by what the boy with the broken bladed I liquor. taken here is coming! In from that the naid named. defendnnta whime renl.dencea Till. Etc.It .
profits on real l estate sales' where they ] Work of remodeling the n"w home believed. and area aro unknown to eomplaln.ant. appi-arlnH from ". allisratlnnn of daworn
arcreceived' in deferred payments are jackknire in IIn effort to awaken our was begun today and will be rushed to i Georgia; points it is are intereHted in the property involved. bill of cnmt>l>nt ln the ahove riuwthnt
'. Hport manship so that he can foist 'In thia unit and that Complainant Horn not the am*. rpnlder Phw. of biMlnnvnf
i nut to be. charged as income for taxable completion and the opening date will REALTY TRANSFERS know and haa not been able to ueertalnwhether lh. defendant* the Florida KailrrinilCompany
. his use-less article upon us, calls "un- be announced corp0", Ja*> N lornr.
until actually received. shortly. Watch this pa. any of aald known deftmdanta are a *
I sicrht-unseen." We have all been"stung" dead or alive.Therefore ., N. Jon., C. fl. Sparkman. ThomuKverly
.! Under a ruling now in force, which per for the announcement. (Continued from page: 5.) it ll ordered that the Raid and Ma.r'. Everly hla wlr... Ki.
.. has caused much confusion and much In that way. ., Already several thousand! dollars. known riefendanta who are .heretofore named ward N. Dlek.*<"" anol Mary Caroliin ..
hardship Florida real estate Uncle Sam as Salesman.Tho I worth of the company's goods have Lake Kingsley Dev. Co., to Mrs. W. In thla ordrr. if llvlnv. and If dead., mil n bin w.. The Florida Land aniImmleratlon

, ., owners and among dealer the total amount mail order establishment have arrived and will soon be put nn diR L. Rhodes-Lots 29, 30 in Blk. 17 in partiea known clalminK and named Intereiita defendanta under aforeaaid.the aald l -l I Piinran. 8.rsgipant.-. Meynr and eomnriitinn Company nl ,.HB ".

of the profit made on n real estate' no Hulemen' at all. They make use play with several thousand dollars Lake Kingsley Heights No.1. Con. deceased or otherwise, and that all peraonawhomiioever Hawk anf W.Mm. S. M. Ra..k, H. C.
Haekctt. 1C
solo is charged aa Income for the year of Uncle Sam's postman. Profits are worth more yet to arrive. $37.00. I In the property; that Involved may" be or In \\.i.I tntereated ault, de.ncrlhed Thnmpnon.. *. arn'l N nnknown to llvlnr.romplalnnnt or IIpxlntanc

1'1 in which the sole is made although n* enormous.. You buy in faith and you I Gainesville welcomes this new firm Lake Kingsley Dev. Co., to W. L. an followt lylnv and beintr in and thnt thr* no pen-on in tho S'a".f
pay tho penalty. What can you tell to the city's business, life. Rhodes-Lots 31 32 in Blk 17 in take llradford County, Florida, to-wltt Florida' Kni'. to complainant' thv ai-nlr,
the first
it usually happen*, only pay. Tho Northeant ..ua-ter. nf Snuthrait r.f a mihpo1, ttpon whom would, bind th
ment U. received during that year. The about a certain grade of woolens for Kingsley Heights. No. 1. Con. $37.00. I nnnrter of flection US. Towitihlp B, South. ,I IKnnuo .ad: .ili-fer. .nU. or *lther of thrm. anillhr
selling the real estate is thus a suit unless you can feel them between I CARD OF THANKS B. A. Pnty and wife to II. II. Sen. 22 r int. contalnlnir. 40 aerea more" .. la'. '""""*'! by complainant. that. thrnnmiHl
party dl'rll20 10-5-22. or I.... be and they hereby. ar requiredto .lii'lidmita arn Int mti-d, -hf
tax the total your fingers ? Or about a cer.' acres proiii-rtynvcilv.-. thla auit and ,
required to income on the complain
pay appiar to h L4 r of the transaction although tain brand of ten bearing a number' Wc take this method! of thi-iking! \ A. Z. Adkint and wife to Geneva In Kaid caime, on or .before Momlay. tho i anl. nil,.'" thnt aho dim nnt know "n.,.
G profits : or letter ? Each such concern has its our many friends who were so nice tup ton Pool-Tract 5-0-22. Con. $lOtV Kth. ilny of April 1 A. D: 1(12". otherwise j' hv illllK't'..ai'mrh. and Imitnrv. hnx nntnlile '"
1''nnli' .
he does not receive the actual money tho allevatlnni of laid tc" whether any of ihi .
bill will be taken
own private brands and there Is. no to us during the death of our husband J. A. Turner and wife to O. A. Lunyh RK conferred ill. .fi'nd'Hvhnu* a"<*. rmldrnrp or Miif.of .
for one, (Iwo or years. standardization BO that you ran toll in and, father. Also the Gulf Lifu Insurance -40 acres 33722. Con. $750.00. 1 It In further ordered that Ihta order .be I IpuMiRhed htlf'if-'H alliMroil I aa unknown .
This obviously ix nn unjust ruling for or al f '" ''n Pxl tant" or not. amHlletrl .
nnre a wrek four
Trnmmell'sHinenilment advance what you are buying. When' f'ompany for prompt settlement Effie !Miner, guardian to R. A. In the Bradford cnmecuth": i iweeka In ,tin* aworn bll' of ciimnlnln' 1,1Hhi
and tlu of Senator County Tiletrrnnhn
purpose the goods arrive you find they arts of I of nil claims. Green El-4: Lots 0-8 in Blk 10 in ne -.,pnper publivhed:: \In nrndford, County.: I .Ii.!! .., thnt thrrr are "......n.. firmi
is to net it aside/< and provide .. -.'100.. Inl
Flnrldn. I And .ro' rralrd In thr
: :Mrs.' Lottie !:ti1"1111 "h Idren..MAYOR'S i'proirtv
that income tax !collected\ onlyon n poorer grudi\ ,* than you bad reason' to e---- Stnrke. Con. $:,000.00. 1 Onl.red. thin the :'Ird ilnv nf10..10.. A i' olvcH In t>,'la. ntift uhi.." .
expect from the price, but bv that J. L. Harvey Realty' Co., to George I> 11126.F airi r'ol.! '. '-rp or pine' of himlri -
the profits actually during .
COURT DOCKET I"'n ""npl.lno. n",1 h
time have paid \ order' fees. and John Dinrk--10 acres 20522. J"11"Colle .
you money
the tax y,>ar. Tho Tribune is not advised I M JOHVt. li.fi r1 'd auralniuch known i ihpwl >
us to the present' satin of the postage\ and transportation charge"!:,, I n. Johns disorderly! conduct.! Bond ;, Con. $:;00.00. "tor f..r P..mr.!lninar>t q.BBt.lNOTICE -" i! ','nilntita' "nffrannH, "ro'" "i

Trammell amendment, but it woul.lurgo \ us well as having lost considerable of $25.00.: I Florida lIII Sales Corporation to 1" '"11""'''" '''ORlO: It ordfrix. II .. .

citizens of Florida to commtiniriite time waiting/ for the shipment to arrive I Walter Coleman disorderly! conduct. i'J. W. Jt'kwell-l.ntR 0, 7, S. 0 in Blk. r, .* nnil. rr-nnrntlonK "nn," '
I anil, there is nothing for you to 27 in Hampton Park. Con. $*iOO.OO. I ... llvlntr o- In pYintanff* r iK4
with the Senator am! with other Bond $12.00. I In Circuit C.iun Kli'hth JliiHeln) Circuit. I nnt n rxlwtanr*, lh-n hi* b...
do hut to make the best of it. I Lake Kingsley Dev. Co. to T. J. nrailronl County riorldn. In ('loIn..",. I
members' of (Congress tisintr every in- Cap Chandler reckless driving.! : itin' 'wn \" Fain Lots 1 2 3 in Blk. 10 in Luke- J W. Wnllcmon. .
These losses ami. disappointments' :* ra. Hanna. p il anHfni n..d'
Bond! .
of $5.00.Oscar
llucncu nbout
to bring tho adoption '
Kin ...le Heights No. 1. Con. $:;2.0. Complninnnt. i iva rim am* aftrnnratm'. t
the important change.-.Tampa Tribune you spare yourself when' you visit. Prosfi-ott, speeding. Bond ) 'I I clnlpnlrc' any I ,terra! 'In 'Ih. T
I your home town store, pick vhnt you $:;.00. II. T. Parnell' to J. II. 1'01'1'1'11-217 rdward lot* or urn-la. of Innd '> mil
want nnd a reasonable pricu for 1 acres 2--0-20. Con. $IOO.JO.( N PfrkrrRnn.._ et at., he;r rtrnilf' I .rnnntv **t i". < fjnil '
pay J. J. Trtiby driving tractor u.L .
across iM'remmnui.Order ilr.r bf-il, nn. follomNnrthn
"CAMOUFLAGE"! free of the big overhead. .1 I J. W. Alvarez to Fred' Jones-10 UnoT' .
001C' : it, city highway fined $5.00. I of I'ubliration Notice .to Known '. tf n"nrtf r of t
'!'\' :.:::::'-':i AN: ;a.1: ::: ----- Thus. TorrculM. fihting: Fined, Sfl. : acre :32-0-22. Con. $1.00. aim iiimnown I'rlvnnnntat ol nutt loUnlel nn. of sotn. Thlrtv-Flvi ..
rivr (SI IN
UNION; / ; TI.m'EH.SCfolImTINI: : ; I I Florida Land Sales Corp. to Robert ; Title. Remote Cloud tic.IT In'.> Vine O) TVn f((10)l. Si-v/-n KI ,I if

Home Town .WiiimiitM. .'''t Keqiiired IIAI'TISI'DEIII'1'Alll i I ITlio Williams-Lot 12, 13, II, 15 in Blk. I AI'PKMtlNO/ from the ,,11."nn..r'.' T" iv<* (121, Mrtcrn 11)) anil ,.....,..
I Tho !Mcthiulist church wai the nwmn LiH uf eomplnmt in tho alto"' (1 lylntr at ni-inu In ,
well-I 27 in Hampton Park. Con. $ '00 00. I the snut
To Pay i AiivfilixiiiK: ( l'iiit'-i fillecl, Sundii'; ight nnd 1 there hearts (If''l'i'jinrtl; t members' I Ij caUHi>, tho the ntre r> HIII' nee or plnci. f I '* r of >ttlhrniit quart.* r '0Nln.
lumini < i* of the flcfen'lnntii' Eilwnnl NDtckirHim I .,, .' 211 nnil ,
l And I ''IIRI' ..:,.; On.iIu-.iJ. ( live inrest ,il iring/:, 'be entire c'Mllion'l j of the church here in Stark" were' I Ima MASIRRSHAIKNotice : : : and Mary Caroline I>ick; > .-< inhn I n.' .>..n'o- IOTI of Stnrlii.Vnnw "a >I i ,.tif
sic nnd I* h,>nliv irlvi'n thnt unili r ami. toy wifo.! The Floruln I.un.l nnd Imnmratlon I' ijin. Cily hlt |I"Cullwuf The m w.isupnrb greatly in.iqyed k to rejoice! last Sunday mo..nl"l''Iwn !: vlrtuo of tint. finnl tlocrcr* of fnnelniiurcmini I : Company; ; :: n ciiruoiatlon.:, : :, fnnrri; W. I .1. Sorlhilprrnrr' Inn.I nf cnr In ,"1? n' '
\ I v all I'ro.' KntAx. was the first ,, \\ their pastor announced thnt an ,, uml mil.it'll, on tho Sol ilny nf Mim-h Nickik anil 'n..n. IV. Niihula, hh 'ifo. I ,lv TW. Soii-nt nnd, run I' ,.rrn.' rlj,
ICc" i ''fle..1 iliti ixpritt-IlIivo i spenkc r and lie shown! from the start ,. old debt. amounting to $1013.,0.: lind .\. U.I I ID.'II' bv I ho Hi.noriil.l A. /. Ail. the I Ilurl"I.... ...1 Sunnr flint* anil! 'rove I IKiil";. flirtlnn' Twi.nl. .f, "i ", i iT
kind ..luilmof tho F.iuhtli 1 Juilicinl l Olrcu tof .\' loelol on "ndluh.... '. nlnr.nnil .
wonl. "nncl I down tn l hv the WutHon nlv-NIr thrnco
us : South
) I that h. was nn. stranger. to the tern- I"en'Illid.. I :i 1 rim on SrK -
,1 Klnrltlti In nntl for Itrnrlford County 1I..I..rtI!, .1.,, ... UK Trunletn' f" r The I, 'n villa 'Ihi.ncc Wrot 'l/i Honthnmini ,,
wnr. but It xuI'! fits II ., 1." "'.1""'- ;'ernnri* cnusp., 1I'< gave( u spll'nlicll1.J., In tho presence of tho congretrntlon Horliln.. In rhnnrery, Sittlnit In thnt cnrtmn 1-lorl.la Mut.ml Siurnr Cane and HMO Anrincintion. <-,. r of nd formerly ownnl, hv r W
tl...(' in our ,pnt. time pursuits. W" ( CKIIMV thi-ifin. ppmllnif between thoI'omnliilimnt. I Die Ploriila Mutual Surnr C.nolir".u h.North
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dress nnd showed Marling
( mnny encouraging the note's were burned, and while the ] Lawtfy Hlut Hnnk. n eorpor.* and Mill "p."'nltn
rl'f"I' hl'rl' th Bo-eal"! "Imrrnin"mnt ; facti in reir.'ird( to the improved,) condition I lames were consuming! the paper, the ntit'ii nOn ;1 aua n-t thf (It.fimlantM, J. 'IIItiiw I CharlfK II. Mckili Company and .Kei .t.11 l .cnrpnratlon Ni. .eU hi", '"i ,"*i nr n T-nty-VIni Fir 'Ml I acrifl<(201.)nmn all. > nf 01 '' .",1.I. .,
of the t .. o't 1. -it'll l' *. wife I Huttii* Uowi*. nnd Ilnrlow wife. Win K Nlck.U. I IMniy .
t' mI" i. J: f rpnrw-ranee' nnd sobriety under congregation rose nnd, sahg "Prnlse' W. K. Nc the h"lll'fit f n little town Itnrni'tt nnil: Itrnilfi-ril: County Punk a cop.nitriitinn I. Nickiln hi. wife. J. F Hudson. "n'.I" (.'2) Emt
shopper, (10,1, From Whom All :: : I .
prohibition. .
Blessings Tlie unilrrnlnnril Snc-clal MttHti-r If I vinir nr in 'iHI.n... are n,,1 I unknownto Domar to the bill of .
\ 1'hin,1 wi h the city nu'.ilutnt i iptiirposes. The .text -.iwaker was Rro. llanscn.of F"lnw." in IIIH| cnitHp. ni-iminliil, to pxtcuu* aiiMilicrtM ") .> ,..."...Innni. and, thnl' tlicro la no o"ld) ia. .tnn or hi-forr cnmi.ln'Ihi. Fift' I Im l I.
hi. It I is not | *. ufll nn Momlnv, thn nth ilnv nfApril. ""...... In Ihe StnUof 1..n.' known .f > A. 1>. i
''' 1'1'1'1111 tru, .. I the Itnptlvt; church. Ho took his They' then lifted, their hearts in ,\. R (lli.'D.,, ilurlnit tinloirnl, ..."" .Innni. the aervice of n nubnoenn upon I ,Apr..,10. ntllil 102(1 hill( will othprwlm..be I Ih. iltrinl..n "
h IR I''ul III to .II tlie man or t tliec l.\t nl'out the 11c.1.w.,. crossincr the prayer praising the Giver of oil ltoo.1IInllwrf'C't nf Halt, hi'fori the court huuto .."10..1 u. l 10...in Mould. bind thu n nil d. niinnt.*. f, kvpii aln,t you.II Ulk-Ml <"
I womnn f, 1\ t ."-'rM" Inrilnn and h'i".ed what kind of i Stark, *', llniilf'iril County.' Hnriila. *u-ll] tinfoltnwlnir or. i ithi, r "f 110. m. and tli, it K IB i>,'In I Ipurthrr ordi-ml that thi ..'li "-
men gifts.: I Hc-ncrltu. ..l InmlM. nirunti a v.-k for
( J0..1'4: nt h> co than thiiL sninu bi.l weretn crosi over into the ,'ampR of |I HPTIST"REVIVALPlans Hrnitfnnl. County Plot dn, to the binheathld'lrr nrc 11-1", ""h'oI| in the ,prMier'y" ln ..I"| ,in I i\. ".k.'n' th. Hrndford C'ount four i..i TV' i
.nn lop hot "ht : tho fiiriner's hometown the* CT my. From this he. showeil, th" |I for caih, to-witl I Inn .",.. nnil, cnmplH'iutnt' funlur allern '- I n wi. y tio..'.pnn-r of rcnrral> cireuliirnhlMd .
I Aeertain lot of lund .hc-lnff. 75 t.bY 'that he t m'rd! ml 1,1.: 11:1: ,'. :I., to th" I'i ifnt In Stnrke' Rradford .
.i-; c county ir.I.In
; kind; ..i men needed' tn vor from of ,
rin'-s for the Baptist Revival heurinning lot fat In 8nuthwi>nt cnrni-r ninck 4 In I march and Inunrt, haa not' I ahlo l I II" 1 ( *>
upecially-pT.eed;. articles us u b:1il.lln.1 the saUion to prohibition. Tho subject th. Town of Lawtry. FlorMn. or better dpcril ascertain: whith< my of .tli,. nul diI I W'N>:SS t hf> ITimnrntilo' Jinlu.. .,f ntKiir'l
l March 11th, are well' underway >ml aa beinic. the Wmt 7fl feet on f.ot I f. nilnnla. whim, iialdi-nce I .1 I I Inimtn'Si
then Bell I Ii, m other Itnr.l -n"-1' \t' n i>lace of "'IOb..1 l circuit" Poiirt. nil '! '
wa applied to "iir present iondition.A and is looking forward I R, In Dli>ck4. In the Town of Lawt.,. Floriila. I l I. ullif. I is unknown H ilmd. or > fieh, "nl nf thn Clerk
hUM the vit 'tor in I:!... storuat such it hI>" been often ittateil, that everyone Maid ale to be mmlc piirnuatiL to anil I alive or In e\i.i nee or not. iiml it U al- I welt hla .iirnnture, thla of (hi. court' '
prices ni .> 'III yield sufficient profit carried but Rmull to a blessed, time. A Finger is being I for thu Htiafacttnn of Maid decree, with letred In the ... rn bill of com" ,mint thnt ho I Mnh A. I). 1926. the 3rd dnr "
prohibition wns by n .
secured' ,! and Rev. Hansen ",11do\ the coHta, l"lra that ,I1' ... are pen.c" *. firm anilcorporntiun fW..
net only to LOVI.T thu latter but to', majority the matter' was presented, bvtho I E. M. JOHNS.Hnpcial ,mtcrrated. in i'' <' said pnii| i ii Clerk Circuit. ALDEnMAS
brinie n trootl return 1"0 on the under- '[ penkers' .. stating that tho 18th 1 preaching Mauler In ChancerrD. i rty In.1 I i In thn uit., '" "". n me. BKreanltnee (.""LI ford County Court., Florida.Hrail-
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r placi of bun AH la unknnw I Ii 8.
I priced article.It Amendment was placed in the Constitution STREET;; GRADING nOINlT .MIEAO Solicitor for Complainant H-6-4t-4-2. i ci,> i .inant. and In lid bill relief la Scltor for Complainant 3+81.4.2.

cannot be denied that In many by n large majority nnd the

eases this. "h n.ler" is cheaper than figures were presented to show evidence I Excellent work is being done by -- -

tho panic- article ran be boutrht for in I for tho statement. tho city _('&Pw.ln .charge of the mil .,,= -- -- ." ___7'

tho homo town store- And the city Tho 18th Amendment, was passed, by t'ninrry for plowing anil, grading or I,' 1 "

merchant in arguing with the country I j the II. S. Congress by a large majority' some of the city streets. A large num. i iber l

shopper makes much of this point. | of the side streets hitherto neg. '
sending it d"wn to the state Icgislii.tureh.
Hut do not let that mislead you. If ,. to ratify or reject. This. bill the lected are being plowed and graded {

you will Rive the matter n \little 1Sth Amendment\ was vetoed hy PreMIi putting them in gootl<1 shape for the ,IMummer. FERTILIZER

thmiirht, you will find that in rare' in- i 11'nt'jJ"on but was passed over his -. .- !

xtar.ces is it n staple articln that is bond by nn overwhelming majority.When !"IHEWAI.KS AND PARKWAYS -
thus under-priced and even if it were- the bill camp before the Icgis- CLEARED .

the situation would not be greatly I I j Intures' of thu different stntt?". 4(3i (

chantred. In the end. yon pay well I|:i stntca voted on it the following was No longer' will tho sidewalks and JL THE KIND THAT MAKES TBCROP5 .
for it just tho samo. The\ Starke mcrihint the result; nf the senators in nil the parkways of Stnrke be decorated' 'l I ,

will be the fir..t to admit' that 'I; .!II li tntes I.HW: voted for it nn.2.10\ I wash pot plows, tin Lizzies, real' il Every Ton Weighes 2000 f>unds

he 'cannot meet the prieo nt which I aurnin: .t, or R5! per cent in favor. In estate< and theatre hoards, chicken i I

such "harprnins". are orr..red'nnl, still the!' different house of the .state legiitIntures coops, fresh! vegetables: and! "bananas I Itoclayo.

make the reasonable profit to which ;, :3H7.: voted' for the Amt>n.l- ." Chief of Police Alvarez stnted I THERE IS NO "FIU5R" -

he is entitled! by his investment.. Hut | ment nnd 1023: : nirain it or 77 per Tuesday he hail orders to "clean up"

brinp your receipted, bill to him after .cent in favor nf the Amendment.' through the business district and :

your return' from tho city shopping I This shows the great majority InI started! at his task Wednesday.HOOlI.Kt.liKKS II The new state law does not allow FERTILljER sold that contains

.expedition and will show you how I favor of prohibition, --. ..1
I less than
: I At till; I' 14 units and
i l he could have saved: you money bystrikinir When the right to vote was given! to III no filler is requid.Field ;
f an nvpratro of more' rea<..inab' women the death knell' to the saloon

"'" "& all the WilY down tho list.MelpiiK I was. Roundeil forever. The wt-tn say (Continued from page 1.) II: <<; Crop Seed. Irish n ta-// Seed: Red! : !

I Other :Merchants tov d' not want tho saloon rvturncJ' .h..,-. "','eM. From rno of the alleged! I P'mc <* 1:1

;.J -...'II'f..." often ...>ll< ,* > nit Wer' 'ul w'np. V f .-. afnto .h"f thi vI "At" ? [% .h1U' i _. nnw-i-i-- ''I

I w-Ht' iKi vtth ucer iim!I hoiixi. : 100 nnllons In lot In ." 1 .
t at' .rnnkcri of ,)(. ...\J-, for they WOl.,1lll'Y one uiu ARE FINL'6N ,
J\\ br.ng trade wheie there was not trade, wine without saloons to sell them ? !' other instance 80 crnllnns were puri' : : '-'. "" "'c\.& .' arlk Corn d.
before. Tl 's w.-re a tt'ip miracle Indeed | In this state there is campai<;ron I chased' while in yet another case a 60 '

01, In a lull -cnson; but like many for election of dry men to the next: gallon lot was bought from one man. Beans----All the varieties mol used in this I

of our morn,! miracle, they are Dig Ipfriilnture.! The Anti-Saloon LeagueI i I From many of the' alleged bootleg.r 'I [

a City hoax,'". Tho victim Is tho man I in canvassing thp atato to find, out hov gers the ifflcprs hnve been purchasing section. i

# from tho I'ttle' t iwn who buvs in the men seeking office stand on the <)ue",. | liquor' regularly for over' a week'
I city and hi.Ips the city and help the' I tion of prnhihition; this has upecia.reference I -anj on credit, too; for with one man Strawberry Crates JHay ,
city ncrch-tnts: pay for his heavy overhead. .'I to thoso< desiring! and seeking their account reached the mim ofI and Cup and : /

i membership in the legislature. / something over $1.300-nn(1 then I'am"I I :1/:1,1
r Your home town merchants tin not; i report on tho standing of candidate. !!i the "settlement"' at the suggestion' if and Hardware.HULL'S I

I report to methods of thH kind. Business I will be given in time for voters ti> the alleged: seller' hlm <,1f. When "ay ,

with them is based on the sound know who are sofa men. Our prl''t'I1'' 't day" was suggested he was slipped a "

I, economic principle of \supply nnd He-. .senate has!' so many rotten men in i I'I 't I bright and 1 shining! revenue' bade. One

mand. You buy goods: only when you I that an effective law for onfarclnj!r., cnn imagine this fellow's attitude nt

need them so that when you do buy, I I the 13th Amendment could rot bt,> { this moment. He couldn't) run, had 1 ORE

I what you buy fills a want for you.: I !,n II'''',1. The bill prohibiting burs''.3 I he wanted to. And he had been pos- .. '

1; That is true merchnndislnor service..1 I racing dog races was killed in thii ,i | ing ns one of the shrewdest' liquor Always A ..1'

iio- In that way, and In no other way, do,i I senate and as a result our state i:: oilers in this section it is said. I Square Deal IN. B. Hull Prop. !

you pet the full value for your mon being disgraced by horie racins. bul'I I A Chevrolet touring: car was confis- [ 'I

':.: ey. "Bargains" thus become a stimu. fights dog races and all sorts of dis. fated! hy the officer* tn the raids, aa -- -- -- j




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