Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00915
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Young Chief MERCHANTS Clay Received Bids-- : ,

; I Light Vote Cast, But Totals Show I, County I

'. 304 Votes For To 50 Against; Only "t : BACKS TOWN'SWELFARE Thursday For Road No. 48 .: i

I', Two Precincts Cast Majority Against \ 1- j'j'I '

The bond.! I trustees of Clay
r I Crosby I county
i Co-operation of Kuxinrsw\ Men Contributes Lake Shores Sub- npened' bids yesterday for the construction ." l

to the pbuilding. ..f of roads! provided, for in
I their recent bond issue of $:>I5,. -
THREE PRECINCTS CAST TOTAL Our CommunityriiOSPEItin Division GoingAhead
r Rapidly
\ (toil) So including state road! 4S!! run. ,.., '
1 -- I I II mug' from Starko. to St Augustine. 'rnr r
,? WITH US I I I Hour of nlll'ninltho\ bids! wan ",'t. et',
OF 159 FOR TO 3 AGAINST Marcotte Brothers, . at :2! p. m. Thursday, and! up to time 'h "
Reach Will 11111) Acres. \l'ClltN) SALE!: OF I.OIS :
I The ambition of every men'hunt Open, SA r. I.f'nlnlf)\ to press. no decision had t I
in Starke is to make this town the Bordering (.I..hy. Luke 1.ItU' WAS:I WKI.ixrtrnl : ArUIoiIll'U: :I been made by the trustees.. 11 r'

best along the line i Three of the l hand, 1 trustees from 'frIn s
j Filly of the lots in I.ivinghton
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i The Crosby Lake Shores.
This be selfish on' sulli-i I'I..inll. |
RESULTS MY PRECINCTS. may n object Kstate: .sold..! Itradford County Messrs. J. It.Kitih .
hi During Day.Ihe U. A. Weeks and W. E. To.
For Against he ran prosper' only if nil the city on the market by Mnrtotte III''''''., I I I rode, attended the meeting! Green

thriven, fnr it is obvious thnt little of West. I'alm 1 1 lit'aeh, is being .
rap) auction sale of lots Cove ,
Lawtey _ __ __ __ __ _ _______ 39 14 i,i in l.ivingston Springs Thursday It Is reI -
money will b
Starke ((2)) _____________ ___ _____ ___ 12B 1 by people who have no moneyto ( energetic gentlemen, 1ho greater i of town Suturdny, drew n large into. three sections and,! bids will boniiived
spend portion' of I the first I trait, tonsist crowd, fr, '
i iing '(Jin visitors in Marke on inch streti
Shwke. ((3)) _________ ____ __ ___________ 81 ::1 I On the other han,!. if there IK naidleness of IOn 'acres bordering em Cicm, i il during I the ,I.ay..us well an loculpeoplci of road.I particular' J' .

Hampton ___ ______ __ _____________ _____ 13 1HUrooker Four years Rife James E n\'I.l. among the people, if the':Iby I l lake, has been cleared up and 1 ( rhe null", had been will' ,ndviitised .\- .. ., -"
was a tenrtirToot lx.>" Am, ''a factories among the people, are work has slatted' nil rutting the. '\ | he- week prciiding' the !, 1'IINIIiC'l'IN. \ : /: (; $.-.000 ', '. '

; ___ ___________________________ 19! 1 1New Calif, polleeman. Now Is. chief, the running at full capacity and, all the streets IThrc' | auction, and I (be barbecue dinner ;I K\Dio ISSAY: roviKsr

River -____ __ _-________________ __ 14 1 youngest ever In that city.OAK families in town are living ill runt stieets" furl fee.t wide,', will :I flee, lots and IIIU..ithy the Ilinveisity 1
fort with every prospect cif rood 1 run from dale road' -H to the Iii lte< of I'lornla. Lund.! 1'1'1'.1,1' )\ ,I 'Ihe Itu( lie Corporation of America w 1t J
Theressa __ _____ __________________ ___ 7 I WRECKED AND IIUKN.hi : times in the future, their wi.II-l.emg. shoie., and in ,addition nine otlii'r i iliawing. e ;"ads Die sale wont along I through n;. II. Smith local .

Graham ____ __ ___ _________________ ___ 5 S ) NE.: \R IIAM1''I'NBodge ):' is reflected, in the trade that comes streets" through the ,subdivision/ '', I 'I'llsklv lII"t, lie.fine, | h- IDMI.. priu' i|I 11I1(1'I.t.I. are best offering $.IOD) in prize ,

I Cur With Throe I'aHKengrrs. to the merihfint'H store in I" ""('S" ,.r i '"1'''nll'l.II., ,In ml.dition liinllv fifty pern-lit', of the \lots. in. esmivs. on I thesubject,
(,oe8 in Ditch on Shrap Turn No Starke merchant however, to the) street, work and, ilearinif I Ihe Hiiliilivisicni. ',, were Hold. Vim rs |j ".Ivlllltnlt" of Radio Ilromlc"" 'listing .
Totals 304 50 depends. on mere wishing to bring the owners have put in n portable of the two free lots were aitnoiim to the Youth of America. Thn' v

A Dodge roadster belonging to prosperity to this town and l to make swannll, on I the trail I and, all ed. to l I.,. Thomas. llama. .and Nora. I contests is open to boys only 12 tiIK > ..

,:; )' Byron Eddy! of St Petersburg, : it grow lie does not doze| in his timber. suitable', for !lumber is brine Idaslloovrr. 1 I venrs inclusive, shall not bo less

skidded on the. sharp curve just easy chair and dream dreams .about( sawed, and stored fur the hum ldunr, I Bradford county's bond election vision and Tuesday'. election north of Ilampton about I la. m. outsiders column In to nettle, with. operations In hegntrshortly A conservative the owners of. the. property! !Messrs The grand. prize consists of $1,000)( 1
for last for bonds, leaves nothing in the to hinder I I I out helping to create Iii, cash the remainder.. being. divid
set Tuesday In way Monday overturning: in the ditch I n magnet/ to estimate, of the amount ollumber \Ve-iilhtrlv ft Carmen
the sum of 1150,000.00, giving the construction work on road 28 and practically destroyed when thu ,, attract themVhen he argues: for I they will xeime from the tlnlr .satisfaction. aIhe 1 I. ed. into 205 graduated, rash prizes.. L

county a total of $1,000.000. voted Clay and St. Johns counties have wreckage caught fire. Mr. Kddv... better schools and ;improved! street, tract alone' : hits born set Hi :'JMl1)01) .- outiomc of tho lot salt'. I'lit-es; Hoys Interested,! in competing for ,

for improved roads, seta another sold bonds for the construction of with a .companion by the name of to attract. them It m. not in the exportation ) ) feet on the remaining lots have alicHdv. these' prices should' see Mr. Smith ,

record for a progressive citizenship that part of road 48 passing I. W Hnyman also of !St Teters that hit sharp in. to tie Their. tall fur suhdiv. horn, iidvnnced. by the ovv-n"rs. IIn,1,I and securn thn entry blanks, which'
plans the.
the unofficial count showing a total through their counties.. Urudford burg, and Bill Dodge, of Gainesville mere words.. while other. |property| ision to be, ready the thi-, incpiineH being received !by the explains tho terms. of tho contest j jY
to on
county will only have about four extricated themselves! from the owners foot the ix, h'lls K" market locnl ---
of 301' votes cast for improve. this fall. At that time they expect agents ineliciite th.1Imql.lpr I'I'T'I'/SI I I / : tP HI'AHKK I
menta and 50 against. Bradford I miles: to construct to the Una This burning car and escaped( with a Merchant' flacks. Town to have all streets ileared! able, ,interest has been aroused. 111 t

county's first election for improved road will give the shortest routeto few cuts and bruises. If that were all thtru is to it for irriidi'il and, Iighlydthe' I hike front the nc'w subdivision KOAI SIGNS!
roads carried to the cast coast of Florida: the The party was returning to their him, he would not elenervc. ; tt> be a '
was by a eight one .
;ago will, be filled, in and., lots made,\ ( A. Flitch, city (clerk in spend
vote and every qualified voter, 1!resent routes being, by way of homes after a week-end in Jacksonville partner in the successful achievo-- ready for the builders," This tract J. K. I." ". INJl'KRIl IN (.VKAGK: ing( this. week in different, stictlonti ,

whether freeholder or not, was entitled I'alatka or Jacksonville either way and,. stated they were on the merits of this community is located; only two miles, fromStarke of t the state putting' up tho StarkoI ,, v, .
J. l It Lie
to vote Tuesday's election | being practically Double the mileage curve before the driver realized, Every: merchant. in this. townin vnnngest son of K. HI I rand l'illzenll"
!'= of the signs purchased! by ,
on one prettiestlikes I I. of 1 hi .
e-e, ri-ssa" was '
of the new roi.l 44. what sharp turn he would! have to its prosperity and the( pruspertyor seriously
was carried by a six to one major a of the town several weeks The
of this and .
I section when developed hurl I Its work, | ago.
I It the plan if! the Lon I those it and ) III "I'I AugiiHtiiiK" I Igmage
is trustees in its future
ity and only free-holders or holder j I take Pausing: mutonsts broughtthe in an arising these KentU'iiH 1'11111.will town "council, ) has taken charge of t
of real estate were allowed to to rush the preliminaries, to trio to Starke where their member of this splendid! .;, when the' tiukli", iioleling. IIhf'"vy !' ,
the distribution of these road. .
h credit Starke and, thi'ronnly' signs
a to .. ;
munwenlth. broke
vote. Under an act passed at the a..t'al, c"tru.ti"l1, work as fast as wounds were reused, by Ur. Middleton ar cal hung'. Mr .I.ei. and I ill a short while will arrangrlfor
possible With the of lars' lteforo he obtain onile-rillNlth, +" Another I e "inpliive'! ..e. 'in J
lust session. of the legislature)\ onlowners > completion (leaving for their' homes inI can a ont tlieir,, posting. along the high
'I hiNiibdiv 'isiciti now living' mad.*' trying)\ In lift the, heavy off the
( of real estate can vote on Lhe new program, Bradford I the afternoon of profit, he must offer 11 but! cur r
In : and through tho
thu of issuing bonds. J county will be in I the foremost. ranksof i iI ----- stack of the goods the |iulilir wants, ready mats. of irs, than one prostrate. man rained t himself.. ,.o wins Georgia
question I Florida countiesOUKINC. rosmsrEit EXAM: .attractively displayed in cun.i third (lie'. in.reiu'ihi,.Id bitwein tin' mev.rely that both. wintiiki" .n t ta northern I pint of .Florida tii Starke.Five .

The funds! from this issue will -- -- 'Olt imooivF.u on. K.i hIAppheatinns : I I i viently arranged,! store of adequate a highway and (tht. lake, the remain hoxpital for 11'1.,111I'1' I I"rieiiI'i. hundred, of UICHO attractive .
be used in the construction of \\ "" t ti, he devi. \tat in I Him signs will be posted! at advantageous 4 '
; IOK! H\M size, with, all necessary. equipmentfor erg' 111> in.ft. luped, seilion" of young' Lou will I
approximately 70 miles of improved will be received until be points.IIIMOIN .
( handling his goods. expeditiously 1(1111I.\ to. hear of his. i ""t'lul'dlIu"r..v..m."l. '
road, 31 miles of gravel clay OKRANI/AIIO.NI I April 7, for competitive examination -, -
and! with, well i ,
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i pant' courteous! ivricK\siNfs!
placed, on new and, present I.:Mem Citizens, generally as will n.s the I to fill the vacancy In the position I sales people whose erHeilbronn .-- ---
of lateral roads, and 21 miles of town. officials! are hacking the | of fourth class. postmaster :at '' in to render paramount service to(purpose the Springs lfUKKUII.S: : KIIMCMNGStruwberry :: IN POITLAKITT() ,
standard construction state highways i I movement to organize a I band. 'I in Urooker examinations to he held!, trade Not until this investment hasbeen Increased. popularity;; ;; ,; of the I/In
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The lint of lateral and main at Gainesville. Applicants. will be' I growers of Ibis set' ,s
Starke S. .;. Kitth !1
an exporil'nce.1bandsman. made. and this coin with
plant in car discerning
set motoring (
roads to be taken care of under I I having started: the ball''' notified. of the date of tests is I' Property Sold To than, have started, puking, the first a
all its completeness before the is evidenced.) hy snow
this Issue were stated in the call rolling. Members have been Applicants must he residentswithin peo- of this' year's i'rop',''', last work rev propublic
se "pie of the town can hit hope to get elud inn schcdul" announced! by the
for election and the approximate the territory served by the t nil( trails In'ing shipped, to nearby' ...
Hired for the organization and it I I .
back much rent of Lincoln Motor tot
even so an one Company calling
amount of money set aside for the is desired. of the town to contribute Bronkcr postoffice and must have profit < East Coast Man markets The cold wiatliir of the fort- cars dny The schedule : .
construction: of each such road mil toward the of the reached their twenty-first birthday ,- plat"" few days' will thick" the, yield'" per now
purchase It is a bIle risk to run If un ,'for several! weeks, which IK. now in effect, Is thin
ho explained thereon. The compensation of the postmaster until warmer.

instruments needed Members of I
mediate. profits were his only object highest ever run by the company, it
cornii at this office wa. $KfiO for ('. I I.. I I'plsn l and AsNormli'Mltd weather arrives. Growers are having
The two I state highways providedfor the council and chamber of i he never would, take. thin | plin, ; i is said
in this election are NOB. 28 and merce have expressed their desir."I the last fiscal year. i I. to stay. in their falls. with
i I hance ne could invest his moneyin Development on argeScslr (iiBlcim built and'! standard, types
..h!, the Lake City-bUrke-PuIutku::; to have a bund! here. and, it is. he.l Application, blanks Form 17.Vt, dozens of other propositions, : shotguns to keep the robins l from of ci'iuhwork will he- affected in
and full information l'onrl'rnin the finking their' fields tliariDDFD .
short route and the Starke-Green lieve plans for financing the : make more money and! make ill| -- --- equal| I proportion.. For the time be.Inp .- .
Cove-St. Augustine road. State 1 nnization will tie made during: orll"j requirements! of the (examinationran without waiting! so long Final transfers were mudthis I ,\ ; M'\IIOI.AKSIlTT'S prndwtion. of open sport type ,., ...

aid has been provided for the con y,e'k. be secured from the postmasterat Faith in Town's Future week on the.* Ifedlironn, Springproperty -* 10 ST\1 N ( OI.I.I i i-.is: : ; I will b'. stressed! In response. to thoFeviim'n PI
Ktruition of road, 28, and, it i is understood Urooker or from the II. S Civil At the prevailing, priti" of five, miles, northwest of I demand for curs .
1 that the 'l..lI' I is I Ito .\ COM t: ;. (BEEN; : :' Strvice C'.mmission, Washington, Five' express.Ing
prenare I I11'11'1' in the big ,city markets. Starke, .t"'khnl" of the lleil- 'si hnlnrHhips to fill vnian (hot motif
lake up its part "I'I the Construction st'fIII'! ; ; (01'1(1'| | nll D, r and at the values uf property in I,,ronn Springs" iiimpanv rolling, "." :nt tin llnivirsitv.,' of 11111'.1.,. -
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work when the counties along their nhiins" C. I. and, the Stiit College for. -
(,1.1-\oi.I'I': WEEK IN:' Starke today' it ,is easy to calculatethe I to Upton andnssoiiates Wnini .larkMonviJl-I".I" proposed, for ', :.
the short routean' rl.aBrnlCorcl\ Washington/ March 12 ( ongres'man )\ I' STHKIHlI; suCCESS; ; dollars and cents equivalent of I of Went Piilm, !I.h.. worn awarded, I liv the Htnte board' of. hHt./llli"j.! white why lights on Lake '
was the last county to make pro. U .1. (:it""ten, of Florid.. the faith which ev<.business rniin Resides. the springs, approxinmtiK7D "i-diii, iitioii I 'I iii-silav, Of Ihr| fiv (itv,I marl)I. from Duval county line \ f

: was toduv in I,mil ted to the unil\1\ It is very gratifying)\ make in town has ,in the, future of !Starko urres n.I'! land win, ini'hided< III MII am" n" one wii Hnrni,',v' M I""'Kaforme : <. to ,. 'y limits of Jacksonville. "

.. States .supreme. court bar. above statement About .all ..it!. If you look closely. you will find the sale. .rh of, tirki. and' now' teai.ii I'n .tproof-Kxpern need opera j' "

." '.' tion for hi- adinisiim.un. made j I i I 71'ns responded! cheerfully. The city that I every one goes the limit of his !I'laiiH of the! pun harM'rs lire said 'ing: in! the Itn-vanl" county I si hool. torn. w l II| spend) JOOMX:! ( ) here, pros

Starke. Ch.imber of Cum- > by Senator\ Duncan U. t !letcherJudifi marshal! reports some odds. and ability in this. direction This hold* to, iriiludithe- luniNi'npmg' of the and, si'c-onel to He.'ncl,'rsfin Mnrshi I porting i oil. .- "

'" Inercemeet'eservThurs.! I Green 1 Nuniversity J law at Yal, ends not jet completed and the Inspection for, the general; store, the grocer property adjaiort l to I (hi.. sprinirs'". i>ten, of Uriiein n'e mot v. 'I I herr ..si Fro"tl'r"nf-Cnnstrudion begins.

day night at t the City h and wa udn< (.tied! to and report will be postponed the drygonils. merchant the flour the rectum of a hall. lariatonu, h"I l.-i, >',)up\ effi'tivrat! ..n't. on new Citl-"nA' li.ink building.!

1UI1. Every citi/en t of the bar of the Florida supreme ) until the 211th) inst and feed 1 store. the lumber!\ duulcr! and, lottages for the use of p''iln' 'r'i ----- -J

tha town expelled to be i.urt examination. Me i I. one of The next call will be a "paint the hardwire< store. the tinsmith, ( staying! at the resort. A ,",ttl",;

present. o'clock... th, vminges. / .members of the bar III''' campaign; the furniture man tin notions anil plant for handling shipini' nttwati ...I I Senator Borah Tells Him How

a ,. e 'f the nntion hii'he-t t( tribunal C. I.. PKKK.: ; :Mayor specialists store the J"w"'I'r< the 'r will, also.. be ,ru void.

I .-- shoe store, the harness. shop, the, lleilbronn, Springs is ;" tutu" .umi -
.F.\Il IEHS (IIHll \U- ... ,.
-.- trnrago man and all the rest. Their die/ 'mat spring and for the pant'
Talks Over First Phone FORD <'0t:NTY investment it such than there. can several }cars' large etuaiititie, .,tf
The Starke Growers'; Association. the! wall, have been bottled. and
ho no question of days. weeks or I I !
will meet at the courthouse on Sat- shipped, to r.ltll"r! i'ustumi. In
Un Ella. Orr. secretary to Albert with them, ns to when they
'E Berry president of the Ches arduy, March litth! at 3 p. moo We can quit with a "pile. Theirs Is addition trips, aremii'le to the"prings i

apeake .* Potomac Telephone Company nre pleased to slate that we ex- no II.t.r l'h-qui..k M.hc.n. Once every lay by people for

; at Washington. I Is. shown talk fleet Commissioner L.V Rhodes they locate, they become fixture I I twenty miles, around' \ to secure. a
Ira over the first telephone made tUwxm.ler ) 'f the Florida, State :Marketing( Liu- and. nothing short of a tonsiderablererm supply! of the wot''r. ,
Oraham sell It was uscillt } eau to he with us All come and! -
celebrate the fiftieth anniversary 1 I of yearn "uffic'fos .to win for
. give him a royal welcome.! GKF.KN; ; :: .F.IS !S\ 11'ATIOSSC"nllr"HMman
fair for theirmom
recently even a return 1
ft the telephone
I I I,. C. Pri'scott President 4
'y. To leave before their busi. i

r ti WS\:!' I.INK: IN.:' TOSS and the business of the town From 2nd IIIal' rll'I r r r

I f'KK\ tie poor. business policy to lave -- i v- xe
i i The addition f'another bus be-I lifter prosperity: had come would be \ r Ft \ '
\ ween Starke and Jacksonville : frllv ':rein of Florida' who hum iteldi'el :

i :x 'mounccd this week hyV, (Hoes not I such u citizen, dcstrvevour many audiences in \\ashin 't /1 I'ww/MYK ..
t> If ,r "es, manager of the ; 11'1! co-operation ? and other nearby p:ties, ear t brio', : 2ft. r/

1I \, I n'l"!' Company, increasing the Spells Kent I'resp.-rity to red:He speaking invitations &:,

I r of niisseH' In service between 1 If a new factory has In mind, In,- Among hn invitutluns for tli\ *$&$&&!& iT / .v Y.' ,:J''! 1t.

: ninesvillu and,! Jacksonville' to I rat ng in Starke lint> is offered a week are the f'il'! >vini/ : I J&x. 4j -' ,,'

'n'"i .e each' way daily. I 1 d i tw by n neighboring town, thenv The Ane her Cl'ib of Wllllhir'1' 4 I

T he new schedule! l'allll for north- ) ."hint digs duwn into his pocket n celebration. at Anthony, Ha : t I' I -: -j jVt > \

I ',nd busies to leave Starke at and help! raise a !large-r bonus St. Johns Waterways Impr,,"." ; t *. '
"r o) !9:00: and! 'LOO 1 : '); southbound atn fringing u new InlJtry here merit Association of Welakn FI"; e 6,, a. wT .I

,I. 'KI, :i'00/() and 7:00.: Two hours Whatever this means to him it and the law Fnfurcenunt. A-.-">" la- i I .._ .. ... .

an" lonsumed in making the trip toJacksonville morn more work for the people of tion it Maryland.Judge : ",.. <. a tHen 73-fcw r ,

and with only a few StJ.rite. Jt mean more m') f'Y. It Green stated, that wh.le, "n ,, ",,'yrh.hlhy, 11.11", i i H' f. I L..... .,. .
hi'ndrcd yards. of tho highway re [ spells, prosperity for every family was altogether impossible for ,itorator Willi.im i: l.: ,ill of I,t ilio, trlu-ht) and' .'rT.! 1'uhnl. first n- r.
maming uncompleted! the busses here >; to accept all invitations\ r..1.,. i i ,. !
.. go from Hi" slate' .n. I it III"I:1.: l is Hi Ihl\t"llcl'nll'l'l| ) chef 01' die
... I I through with no trouble or incon. No- ,group. of citizens are greater he would accept such av nI, I not M.iv Hi.wor hotel 1 In U 1 "on tliu lino pubes about cuvklnK the duhe-tey/

-- .- venience to passengers. l 1, (Cmtnucd; on page 8.) J conflict with his ificial: 'l'lt" "om the "'ut..to 1:11.: \ t.J

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I Ii58' about you, don'tcherknowj BO I woa
'ZSZS8i58t! i5! "ZSiS l.56 jl G. W. Ilinson, who has been Vla. dered if-If you'd: care to oom aixl ,

] iting in Plant City, Bartow Mul. CI92S stay with her-with ue-while ,1

] bery and other points of Interest mfoForg< while Lyster la there. I'd get her t.

Bradford High School Journal j js ] I in South Florida, has returned to nOne write and aak you, U you'd care

]ii, his home. II about It." be added la eager embarraaBment. -

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_. CKIT.ENR j Mrs. Lester Kite and daughter she Bald breath
= ________ ] "Oh, I couldn
= = -- --- "UN--'S'; CtdilorlnC j and Mrs. Myra Kjland all of Sampson .lessly. "It's so good of you to think
:''. AMMY HTHtMIFKi'; ;OWFNf.KII-HN; "II.I.UM I >.\YPETKR ... was alook of tragedy In her "
MATTIIKWH > : AthlMIc tdllur Jolt. 1-rtllor; Q II visited, Mrs N. Wynn this I BEGIN: hERE TOI 1there of It-so very kind< -but the

: hlrf. AniwlBte Milor' _ _-_ week. MfSTt.H.: seriously' In-. I r that hurt him lull shed ruefully "It would bo so
__ ----- _ _ _ _ _ !J: eyes
-- (
Inrid In ImUlu on lh S iii rn runt oh I coulda'tt"she !
dreadful no
she -so
2] .- I i !MISS Gertrude Wynn had as heri a ,hrouuht 1.1t.'k tn I.Of"",n t>vMI 'It's kind of vou to come
jrilll.A.NT JL'MOKS:; I UT Jons' AU.NOTT:; In an at- I at the lit. added
i' ue>st last Saturday.: i. Stow.irs said, She avoided landing .
Dg g I tiioul In revive the (",","r'H mi-m-. Arnott looked xoriy {
I The havebe' molt. Dg I ., of WaldoW i ry. HnutT it I out whin 4 .h.! II lotihrttiuh -." tie \parcel he had laid on the tiblu'ho "1 thought It sac such a rippIng
junior nun" iii I
pluiiH for the'ir entertainment, ,1 f I L Home, of Louise. was u I uad "'his ui'U ring fommnnel ni.iuy aiuiUIUUIIM k'HIntr'' it IIlI"n ": knew well enough what It con Ill .'..." ho said buyllthly. "You-you na nt

thond of. i'i', Li ,':- g: bGVnfiess! visitor hereIn_t aturtillY.I thorn J''I.r Neforo Kolntf t""> tulned-her letter*-the letters she don't know what a decent sort' my
(}! the soi.lorn ut I tn ; b ICc Franca. Peter hncl become cngtitjeilto hiul. written to 1'eter after he went tol"runce I i sister Is" ,
c: und th<> work IH uiidi" \viA g I :Mrs. J. G. I. imoreuux, of Tampa, '[ the pages of foolish words "I am sure she Is." Nan Buld In t
committie for I1<' : thn guest of her father J. Frank N t' MATWAHr, who rffusul to had been written
is which
G: dcyuratinir hi'lfuve hi.r luver cnpalilu of turfe(, t- und dreams her heart nhn added< : "hhe must be If
I senior entertainment was appoint- Johnson this. week. ring his prumiHu of iii,,i rifle, e-, until. for J'etf-r eyes alone she Is anything like you."

(.tI. Harriet Hitch in chairman anthi Mrs.'I.: Simmons, and son, eyes brought uf tlitt to mall face thai the. had.iiiirc'counliGinir une.tf wur-' She wondered how much this man "Hut I couldn" she Bald, again. !'t,

I members are ll-Wi-l: )\Ii.I,1I1.ton.! Thomas, of Sparrpcnt last Sun shined" hr had read of them "It-It oh. It would be mien d

Virginia Weeks! and Klise Junes. I day with Mrs. Simmons'. parents, Nan hi* ri'lurn.d to the snailttrartment "I've brought your letters" Ar an Impossible situation, Dual. Jus'- ..
Hhun-ii with her by sold simply. she laughed rather brokenly- 'sup .
nott I.
Crate Wood was appointed a..,. J\J\ und Mrs. I' B Hunt JOAN KNDII.OTT. whom, husband I.f
"And .
of the dl''orl1tlonfor = also joined the colors' She m tell-: Nan thanked him quietly. posing Mr. Uyster took a

.. I supervisor CC Rev. Hicks filled his regular appointment Inc her frlenei about the unhappyvlHlt -and Mr. Lystershe: aiiked. "la -"
lommencomcnt exerciHesFIKST = at the Baptist church with) her tor....... li ver. Juan he-Is he well thin morning?" It WILe a h"art.breaking thought, \

-- -. cc'c.....ccito .'' -;. last Sun.lay! do espressos aomethlnK the to wish help' that, she mmht "Oh. he., A 1." Arnott answered but It seemed to Nan as 1C .h. had \. a

ritADK NOTES suffered eo much already that what
uncomfortably. 1ie'/ a lazy beggar
be given the latter part of thweek. W. C. Cochran, who has been NOW GO ovvirii TilE STORY ..
"HOODOOED COON" A and was only just getting up when, I ever happened In the future nothing
for several weeks In 1'alatka re- \JOBODV can help." Nan said (I
SUCCESS First grade enjoyed making colored ] .
Our class, is also turned to his home here last Sat .
hutterflica last week. Th..y; getting rl'lIly i 1.,1 hardily "Oh I'rn not going )

"The Hoodooed-Coon," the pl )' are now flyingon. an Invisible for review. Each one of us expect urday.J. to whine and make a fool of j'P;:.;.., ( / ,' t ,
to so Miss. Middleton will I. Tucker inspector for the !S.
given by tho LiteraryCIub 1 laat thread across the broad rolling door pass myself for ever, don't think that: ,
;\ have to got more ,seats: A. L. and G. S. & F. Railroads heel.. .in fI1/1
Friday night wan a great auccellli. in the back of our room. has recently visited friends, and but just at first-Jeint now-I don't c'

Those who went say thut it was' onu We are enjoying a new framed in think 1 can bear It all. To have seen 'ij "
relatives Macon Ga.
Third trade; ,
of the best entertainments! yet ]put picture a copy of the windmill, by;
him, and heard his voice and his "
Ivan Carleton of Jamesville hltll R. I. Birt and family, of Waldi,
Bchuol and ono Dutch JacobvaiKuyndall. .
the every the great painter,
on at She her breath ].
laugh. caught
ntered, school here were the guests of Misses !\fury
talks about the Hplendid( talent Wtl This correlates! will ,
Georgia 1 Kiiitfterlnc' llnynei i iabsent iR and Ada Nimmo lust Sunday. lard MiL4 I {
have here in ,the school. with our motion Hong, "The Windmill
., on account of illness.Loume W J. :Mullins who lives about "But h" will cot butter." Joan :
opproximati Turning.
$10.The: clear proceeds will go, to the fund I rur Th* other grades have a standard Holmes had, her tonsil! I two miles out from I Hampton "n urged! gently "Of course he will get I I''

the purchasing. of a new curtail by which u pupil is! tested be. removed Friday. the Gainesville anti Keys ton > hotter Mr' Arnott him.el'' "lid that .
This week we have a picture ot Heights road Jiptured| near hilt I'elcr was bound to net well In the tit
Rtugo scenery and books for the; I Ii. fore he in allowed. to enter. Why ,
home large rattle snakes the end
Columbus ,
us a young man. ita
should) 'not first: irrado. have soinireiiuirenients '
brary. for entrance bemiieH Florence' IIass. ..tt has been ub I average length being about five "He didn't. He only said that the 8'P

After t tu" pluy, all thiiKv whelped ho sent on account of illness. foot. The diamond backed rascal ilorlors thought there wa t a hoi*.
the sixth. !bnlhil.iy1'If )
having pasHed
the! entertainment 1IIId : exhibited und even if there Is, anything nay
in ----- -- were brought to town anti (
of their lIucceMII. I our school board l were,fmaiifinlIv have happened by that time. ]f&
a celebration Fifth (:JriKle and photographed '
able to pay three full.tune never used to like the lln ,pery kind -
Unck ire cream, and wafers wet" Since, there, has. heen ,'it '.will, > Mrs.: O. Hajnes, who has. h"'n i Fm
a lie fliP
find t<'a, < hrs each $7.,.Ol() > or more per, I of girl bo was with ti. it e-vi-ninu
nerved. in the auditorium u months. it would'" be all right/ for ,iiimpaign to "cleanup", our surroundings visiting, her sister. :Mrs. Bob Canard always mile,] they ImrccJ him but he ,
regular good. tune hud by this IIve- of Gainesville for bored wilked Into 'F
the. fifth grade mail SevernI duln t look when I :
[ ihiM l who will be MIX before \ .
ly bunch of young I"'"''II'. dii\n has returned, to her hump the room." she adilcd broken heart i
S -- -- .-_ .- heieniber I : ,) tn t.tiler i in Septemlior!\ nut lines of the t work to be} done. I I "

lint t tho board. is. able to The following outline wits! selected! I here..a. edly. I 5t
not pr&$22i.u
: DKHVIK rut one of th. best.: "How to Beau A. :McDonald! of Swit/erland:; "N'nn: -I hue: tu say It but-but t .
month for three
: :! ( ) a
do think that ,H'rhups-ho hnsn
... ifv Our roundings." who i.. ,onsngecl J In the naval stotebusiness >ou
debated) thquc'Kticm .
Thu! sophomores) in the! fust" 'grade; so why should really fnrKolten" That he'a Just like
Monday morning(: Itisnl1" ml ions be allowed. to Hind little t I II !Plant flowersPI in that distnit, visited. his HO many other' men who care for a ti cif41r

eel, That It II.I I S. Should Adopt SI u. Mies' from Union county many :ml palms I family I hole" last Saturday, girl': for a time, and then forget ) \ t5 1"U

Burn trntih.Tear :Mrs. Marv: Pievntt turned, t.. them, I-I hate even fo suggest It
dent (lovernnient I I.u, 'OH in liiadford:" county, and ov
,clown old feneesTear her home here: last! )Frulnv after, a JO. you but-but-one does hear of lit
have had
.Stniko tillVo one
affirmative siti'. el 1'
Those! oil tho down old houses., visit. with her daughter. :Mrs 'el. B. luch things. I ve heard of ever so Iik1 *
were, Thelmii I Snt'II.rove1 I.oi.. h tutu red and! two children ,applvlng'or I'amt. house's. ('anchor, of I.nkeland many, cnnes since the war started *i tfA

Gainey anti Kli/ubetn: i ilowo. Tho'- entrance in the first grade There wus Mary Melhutah ."
clean. Dr. W. Middle-ton! was attending -
on the negative were Virgin .onto Sept.\ 7th. I'i/ht/ of those lit Keep yard N.in; ntoited to her feet There

Weeks., Mary L"IVYllu! atnl 1.11- Lb lu! ones wore not mentally develop" Trim treesI'll \ ,to professional business. her wIn a binning SPot of color in her II
..d. enough to keep up with the eas-. k up paper off streets. this week. I palu cheeks "And you date. to corn (
Vile Johns.The
cxt sihool anil afteronsuniing 'hlngs that I inn ,do. : rider: .1. I 1'. I Manor pastor of t he .pare. nm with her7" tide said fiercely 81
negative/ side won It to :'J:. CI... roiuiremeiits| Plant lowers.. Christian church hens, will fill his "You dare to compare, I'cter with ti
,' tooth time, and' ffort
judges wore Iln/el. :Mnldlet'ir.. J'I"r-I i '' Burn trashKeep regular/ appointment at thi. Chrut-. (hat--that miserable roan she
Noriitri frum, the tc-uher fur a week or ICHHlioppeil ,thought she cared for, Ol how dare 8.S'
eneu AmlreWH, and 'levy : ; clean inn church here next Sunday) morning ) '
-- .-.- ,l mil and! wore never ..placedipnji ,) yout Mow clnre you!"

KI1I1"I'T'J'Jo: : ('I.) I'llAt tho t pcrmanont i' roll. Kevrnoon Pie-It np puller|\ off .t.lrtcts. and evening 3eMin looked hoirlbly. distressed r !
Mr: and Mrs: C. 1 1'. Sasser unlj '
of thi nf" are not sufficientlyivclopod "1 didn't mean to bo unkind; but 5_ I. ,7 S'Ce7' Wb

our lust inciting wo took till to keep up with the-.,. Trio fifth prado has received 'anrvitntion j daughter': :Miss; HinOIav. : pf Valelimtn -but you told me yourself! you hnrd ,

various imoirc'it fOp'fll" of phinse .liiiol i woik will) Tho 'r'cmainint i; to a pluv tn"he!"given in ) Ga., "spent thej week-c'n'LtJcl" Iy knew anything about Mr Lys Toll

always avoid worn out nlnng o- .,I'Venty-oiirht pupils are ilcTlifg |>,,,ojfioujfh thp iridituriiini bv t the ixth 'ratefltieiuduty \v1rh' :Mrs'isst.r's! pnr'nt"Ir.; and %.er"I Her pluck gave out nil at 01 ice tinil Ai biohe tluwn into t

morning. V\e* ara'tcxpeetie :Mrs 1'. B Hunt knew him loriS enough to find bitter b.in
.hat III I .
preBHionHV. 'e learned ,' w",11 i l to nut ke us bc'lieveliiv '
a good. time ;Mrs. I. S. Wesley, of Waldo, was .vt that ho was good and< honorable. i inC
the fir
well diensed person. i M not I will l bo l rnlit'l in April I knew him long enough to be able out" ,could' bo much worse. ,

to Btart 11 Rt.vlo nor t the last, tn'' unii' are" {loing Kplenelidly, ;Many th.PI"Ht/ of JUT OMni. .:'olrM. EliseSparkninrt to trust him and believe In him. And Nan laughed "And 'el-cIII the.. other hand Ar

adopt) it. VV'c also studied the (lit- I .Inlelren HbouM not enter itihuutl\ .. I ) )'--[ \'{' livid. on-vegetable's' fiist SimiTav, it he had< Rot-tired-If there had "Are you-are :you both /fcolng; to nott Hold gently "he ml"ltf"1, better '
ror two weeksII I : lr. and :\Irs. John Hull of New krPI
been anybody el..eJler voice -tho fact, of you being tIer
rorrt'ttlj presently.
fl'rt'llt'IIY.. of Hitting till i t they nre seven. stuy In town? she asked
IIInw.'v :MT ,Th .t's nothing. lOve liv.! i V'oik, have recently bocn visitors niuko him remember )ou," but
hulUlr\ .' of tho last assembly -' > broke but she went on again proudly. "I mean for uny length of time? might
We !! I I ,' tinde toncli-< I Tow
I.IIIY illustrntinir i I' ptcsont ..,1 I on earth for t twenty t 't'I1rs. Ih.rl': 'ITe.woule] have told< me straight "I dare Bay we shall\ for a few Nan Shook her head.

meeting anil put on II. tti- li..n. ,pupils, tihould not bo present. : i itou'h I. C. II.'Tricot h-i-s recently return. out-he wouldn't have wanted to days. but-but I want Lyater to coma "Have )ou got very lurid ItMve?"
different poinM) in ,.'ii I for unless hud' .
ontrnniu they are IJiihirtnu no light to iii(1! to his hoiuihole. after u busi hide the truth behind a mean trick homo with me for a bit to my peopleHa she nsked tu'qi'
quettc% Those l.ikini i ; part) woeIlu.cl : bout KIX and, "can count to twenty (> I I Hint 'will" !Don't you know I I I'l1n like this." hnsn any friends. of his own Arnott colored

I il it It I lt.toii. Nat al ii' M.ircon ml know twelve, titters at sight might! have been killed bv |hi 'ie'''s .trip to Tnmpn. of. 'altl. There was n little silence. Joan I you know-none he cares to go to "1 dun know-sl"l'r..11'1'1.. .. I a
Mrn: knte Sparkman \\ >. foof
ny, Lois Kclwiird: :i, Tliolnui Snell 1111.1. can ioO| print, letteis read .hunk ? h..r"thi" looked up timidly. at least." expect. 1 had a bit of a knock mv
friends and relatives '
Alvin Wuwdin lalneJkwarll'
grove nhly. thoie'M an c ntramc testSeiiinil I IIi 11- S uIrt', I (felt it uueful- week. "And what-what are :you going to I

fin, und Joseph :MalpnsFKFSIIMI'.N h'. I took hold of it. do?" she asked "Are you going to I constrainedly. "He" will be pleasedto < ly.N.in'a. ,
.1. I'ursley of the Pull flushed into sudden\ Interest.
manager go I am sure. eyes
tiraden ; --- I sea him again? Oh. Nan woutdntit ell

.: I ::. Ill1'()ICI \\. are \pi:inning i a health |,d.i>let l l"irst Iliiob! --Du you like fish I'nnd'a\mer .nw mill hero spent have been the best thing to have I "My slster'a going to write and ask wounded too? 1 didn't w,
1,"ills ? ho week-end with I his family. i.1> told him who you were? To ask him him" Arnott said. "I've told her nil \Vcre you "
has just rurthasiiibeautiful \ '1 1 ? To be about him ." He paused the know)ou never told me. i ar.i
Oar class 'uKitttMi l. 1C he dldn t remember you
: utSeventh .
; I thin Xev.r)
:.Jocund I l1'l"h--1 I' iii : shook his head
\ puture' "{:"ItI'n I Pay". l hy\ -- ; s Julia :Maxwell of Jackson-. have Just as If nothing had< happened color deepened a little In his face. lie he s.uel .i evi
wuan't anything
h.,1 .
'Oh It :
one sold hesitatingly' i)
Warren Davis. This. puture (.i -- I'I ili-. spent !Saturdav and Sunday. since you saw him last? .Miss Maraby somethingfor Only a Ilvsh wound .In the uhoulelcr! co

print of course. ) loos wonders, foi They Look AWccDr. \: iriide; with hvr' ;. mother, Mrs: J. 01.: :MnxsMPSON nan"Throw who doesn myself: care at the two etruvvs head< of for a "I-I>ou.should end so-and like I to wonder do If-Ifyou'll but It'a a bit tiresome, and wont en,

the freshmen. It feives us a Iiiij \\v wish, to tell\ hunll'h, wo 11.- vc.llP. .. ..... in,. No, I'm tifrald that Isn't quite : think It presumption If-If I heal he Indlmted Nan could his left lit th
llu-rt1 hpi', and now sea
out --- --- shnul<
feeling, wishing v.e were school. juayeuj.ie l j>Viy.jcivoi| ': i Jitliy;yr 1 rch : ; ('I ini ny way. But I'm not giving him up make a suggestion? that It looked bulky under his coat
in the sunshine, I inste-ml in 'III. by the Bixth, guide" und hoi" -don't think that. I want my happiness I Nan smiled if much bandaged.
I i wishing wo were in swimmin in I that we will. lonin" ,our, play "yum' ;i hampnon' City, :March( I 11\1)-- Ue>\ as much as you do. and I'm I "I em to aura I ehall for all not-I kindnessto am very as"Why didn't you tell me!" she ha
water, wishing going to fight for It. and thenbut grateful you
cool, sparkling, nIui'nciouHnl'rur r-:L- \A"- ('. Crosby, of Starke will fill his her pluck gave out all at once and me. What la It?" asked. She felt ashamed of herself ta'bo'
oh we nru! earned off in if the presulenand wrapced up in her own
TummyElm. nervously. for being BO
woodland : r"J ulu-, appointment' .. here Saturdayevening ; aba broke down Into bitter sobbing. He twisted his cap

at this HI out t pie premdent were to. .. 'hit: and, Sum!.ly morning!'. Alan "Nan," eoJd Joan tearfully: but "Well Its-Just this: my Bister's concerns. ty
? he
brook in which should I tell said
The piit lire vlmwn u who "lllll, officiate; ? locked of the beat-I'msure you'd like "Why
once w< cordially! i invited to attendMrs !. Nan had rushed away and one he ml
there is the Hh.ule: of gigantic tree t t' her. >he-she lost her husbandthe lightly. "It's nothing anyway
1:1"Thl: 'tin.vTommv tieratiK in her
.' f > Keen : C. U. Brown and. sons Odu. own room. know- looked round. "I think I ought to be of
beautiful nymphs are in the wateror No the undertaker.M.U ; John Amott called In the morn Drat year of the war you
\ few Ins to be back ac
und! C. B-I Jr.. spent a days little boy-I goIng. I promised Lyster
the bad and she's got a ripping
about to be, hIe: on oppitalto Wg aa he had promised.) He
week at New River the !guests. ot home with her-alwaya: did In half an hour. He wanU to look
ailtntt ., .J been that he would haveto make my
shore n few more ifc .. : lilVF.H.N.w eo sur "
her mother :Mrs Bell Johns.Mrs 1II'6r-and ..h.ahO'dbe round the nbupa.
like they Mopped on a turtle. II'11,< plI'i meet a broken woman thU morning even before the ', (To]( Ito ContlminnKuatis $",

in the distance. eys ,.' ia.r i'a = River, Mtnh: 11)).- Mr.: Clen) ,, .. "'. T Denver' is hen1! on i 11 ; but aba amlled ., bun, though | BO Jolly sympathetic If aba knew h.

and lakes-are- --.---- :;::;;;;;;;; Porter of !St Augustine. was trans ''visit with :Mrs :'tl. Varnes. 8t,
II. II. S.' Ht'NK::; here 11I..t'' :Mr and :Mrs. A. K. Smith am -
net.rug business one day S S SS block will be added to Bayshon -New arcade liuilding. to go J,f a!"
thildron and Mrs. Laura Bridgetof S S S S S S S I 0 '

Miss Drown-Use satiate in I& week.M has bociCDiifmed Hawthorne, visited, :Mrs.. JOSH H.OItlDAEEKLY{ iNS business strict of city. up on corner Eustis street and IIC:
: ru, ))1,11 Johns Clormont--This city in line for orange avenue IIh .
sentence. her bed for severadis Hull here Stindnv afternoon. S i rsnti\L liES'lEVa
Junior-I took a girl I to a pi.< whiare Bob \\ arren and; Lewis Parnsh, udehtional mail service. Winter Haven Number of
has. friends heie S S I 4
: I II
nic and I'll ,tatiatequite a lot of I'allltkland Misses l.uctHf Fort Meade. -$180,000 municipal streets throughout city undergoing
she is Imprl1villlC.Ir.
lilixl I II I !Moore Ethel Varnes and Mamie BunnellNewtlueater: ; to be constructed improvement bond i issue approved. widening process. 'I
Atkinson -
'Miss Brown-Alwii>s be thriTfvdon't :\ and :Mrs. Cusev ,
attended the show Starke I bond \8.w'sponsore" Ovon Park-Plans completed for
wnter. passed through here Monday after\ Hall & in Snnford-$2,100,000::! ) ft'l
waste ,
even \ I Friday night Buy by city comm.Hsion.: for proposed sewage! plant .
Apulnchicolnpaliuhieola fo'
Merrill-That's the re*son I ni.>.on enroute to (Georgia returning -
K. 1 n, Jones who is employed with of
wash the ear that will be next to their future home u1 Bridge Compnn, meorpornteiihen civic improvements.Cocoa lwood-Construction new in
only I WaldoMrs. ', the !Seaboard Air Line Railroad at -. -16 raw homes! will bu Strand Theatre to begin shortly. wi

to girls I go to sec y Roan Turner of tlainesvileis : WiMwood, spent Sunday here with In"l'rn""sClt will sell bonds( constructed in Calsa Lomu Springs 'I' Pensacola-Bids to b. opened for b'n ..

Miss Florence-Dous lettuce contain II here on a visit with her parents, friends. I for extension of water and sewer cubit. ivisien. enlargement of San Carlos Hotel.
; Mrs.: C. A. Johns and andMiss .. rapidly becoming
quinl'y-Thi. city
I Kenfroe.Mr .
vltamlneLI. Mr. and Mrs. B. systems Homosassn-This place enjoying
I. the vegetable ( : Lucille Moore !spent a few bond i Issue -I market and<1 distributing; el'nterrur i
Lois G.-Well, all : and Mrs. Jesse Cason ol :Mayo- $1,000.000() road telephone service for first time.
have insects but you ran wash them 1 Lake Butler passed through hen days last week at New River theguests voted by Lafayette county. I truck growers. au]
Plans! being completed
mud Tampa-
of :Mrs. Belle Johns.. fertilizer used ill \Vinter Haven-Plans being

off. __ Thursday Rev W.afternoon.T. Mc-Guire, of Ray W. H. Smith. Mrs. W. J. Deavei Florida 36,14.6 during tons month of January. I I for proposed new hospital. r'r erect.on! of $150,000 Seminole 01C,.

f.Yout-an..wn is as clear I and Miss Ethel Varnes were visitors $ISOOO Viissua county leads all countie Heights Methodist church. .
X\ City, Gu., filled his regular ap.pointment liranford City votes New courthouse will !beerected
of poultry Stuart-
sa mud. at Long Bridge Sunclajafternoon. I to Starke Saturday. I issue, for street paving and sewer in Florida in production otal
Leola-Well, that covers the Lucian Thomas spent Sunday at construction. I and sweet potatoes.t'it'arwaterl'incllas. here in 1920. ,
ground doesn't itT R T. Turner, EverettlU'nfroe Lake Butler with relatives. :-tuurt-S..w..r mains are being I'' county pow St. Petersburg-Aquarium of 50
be bcilt in Pan.a-Grille, ]
Mrs. E. N. Durkee has returnedto 'I' er Company to build new subst"tion. tanks to
and Lewis Jones, olGainesville1 I
five II
gave you after laid.Palm gulf resort
'Wllbur-U the week-em her home at Hollywood several I City-Chamber of Commerce .

Ian what would you do. here with relativesMr. spent. days visit here the guest of to be organized.ClearwaterPlans I I Veniee--Vencie. Englewood t Tampa-February building per. '

Melvtn-Count them. her mother, Mrs. S. F.. Jones. considered for Southern Railroad asks permission nuts reach $1,060,5U5.\
and Mrs. Wiley Brannen
W II. Smith and %V. J. Roberson build 13 miles new line froi" Olympia-Florida East Coast
here Oaeeola avenue froniPierce ,, tu all"C
Alderman-I am going to nutln.W'I't! vii' itinir. widening
Mrs. were visitors. to llawlborne one day Sts.OrmnntiPernhit liceIi' EnglewooJ.: Railway Company. preparing to
give you a little moral talk.! today Sunday. last week. to isued for I Wauchulu Work on $45,01" hmId viadurt over Dixie Highway ,
constructing -
on H rs. How many solved the Emery Johns who has been upend crusting south of city. !
Miss Rosa Cooper has returned HalifaxRiver Brown Arcade building, rapid at "C
BOth problem? '. ing seviinl dIya 1 here with rein home after a few ias. visit at causeway here.Lake across. nearing completion. I Bartow-Polk County National 11A 1

Practically all hands go up. tives has returned to Gainesville I Hampton.J. north of will soon HIII.tow--- Approximately! $16 Bank contemplates erection of $50,. 11tt,
Worth-"Q" street
Alderman-Good) You are where he is employed. :
Mrs. attended churchat G. Wynn of Gainesville !'tp..ntSunday be paved between 28th and 21! th 11110) ) worth: of building: permits 1..1 000 banking home.
talk to Wiggins
I want to Norman
the group Spirngs--"Leader"
very here with relatives.Tallahassee sued in one week.Engineers Tarpon pur- ttti
title?. Is no 60th problem. Long Bridg Sunday afternoon. S Streets. predict that extensive hates new Duplex web-perfecting tih'
a Pledger Johns, who has been em. banks of Talla. Lake Worth-CitY'1 water supply tiI
-3 i wells. oil deposits will be found in Florid t, !'untord-City to launch nation.
B. H. S. PHILOSOPHY has returned to increased by addition of new ]
Waldo '
ployed at farm
hassee have joined county
Construction of new Le. at deptha of 400 to 5000 feet. wide publicity campaign.

When a teacher comes in at the hiii home here. agent G. C. Hodge and are sponsoring Oc here, Winter l'ark-City to votei St. Augustine-$100,000 casino. K
F.;. A. Snpp was attending to bui the farm club high: Portland Cement plant I
; door noise flies out at the window. a contest among under 200,000: () school bond issue.. to b? constructed! at Vilano Beach. .
ness in Lake Butler Saturday. in Leon county who wish to to get way. I branh
bflu Work started on :'olafll'ntte14 miles streets being I II St. Petethurs-Thlrd 'J
***:A straight line is what is not '' Messrs. P. S. Yarhorough. compM in growing cotton, corn Tarpon Springs- Es. constructed. post office to be established

formed: when the bell rings. ., I ley Johns B. F. Renfroe, and How. prize pig'' Through the generoaity I 18-hole golf course at Belleair I Apopka-Plant for manufactureof Euatis-Chamber of Commerce '. '

: -- ftril :Moody, were transacting busi. of the banks the boy who produces tates. soft drinks established here. seeking to secure establishment 'II'r

:The society for;; prevention of Dr. John A. Clement, professor. elidueatlon ness In Lake Butler Saturday. the best yield of corn on one ijlrr. Tampa-$300,000 expansion Elec pro Lime rock industry of Floridi, here of $150,000 diatoMite plant.
at Vnlveraiiy of Illttola Tampa
> announced by
S cruelty to animals should keep an (above) and Jan... }C. Clement IIAMI'TONhampton. S will be given $50 and also one $ot. trio gram Company. comprises 25 actively operatlrg I Eustis-Garage and salesroom of \'

eye on the treatment of freshmenin up.rlnl,nd.nt of icnoola at June- ton club boy will be given $50 who Adel Curtain Companyopened quarries with daily output of 28,610' Bowran.Olds Motor Company to be

our high schools. Ion City. Kas locked alike to Hcnu.. March 19.-Miss Alta !grows the most cotton on one aye, Tampa-419 Grand Central Ave. tons crushed material. enlarged. !

becomes a .or Frank B. Willis. Ohio. when hra Hicks has returned to her home I and the pig club boy who raifcs' at Leesburg:-January building: p.r- I Bagdad: -Flans preparing for J

A high school flapper time .. their teacher :year .no.Vh.n here after a visit with her sister, the best breeding' gitfn ue.St. business mits totaled $125,460. erection of new theater. .I
first I
woman of the world the her visited him recently b. still wunuhte : Peter"burw-New I -

.he.la I kissed in a senior play. .. *. ...I e_ _rt, Mrs, Ruby Pope, of Oak. $25. ')

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\utli the building, / of it- brunch 1 Ini", 11", Newt of ever\ i.There "tI.t 'lit! t ti lit1 K! tri-i-t and I Fourth/ avenue\ formerly .
Florida in Short Paragraphs | into Fort Myers unless", "certa'uiStieits of the Florida i.-i roust rmlwny I u, .\\.Iorl. ,
I uro closed by the city to yard now known a* I the t). I'. Davis! i I. now gri'ntrr. .. sum to tho Tnlliihiismv-,* Htntr.ItcU" fii ., the property of Rev J. C. Millar. ; mr .dOn.h' void.
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much in credit of all funds, j ..tlu* stiito on which work ..t to
insure safety in the operation of spur activity is progress''' ? department\ aniiounn-d tonight thoMiuvcssful ., alrotuly has started
J I trains",, S. Davies Warfield. president with material by the tram loud arriving -'1 treasury than ever before reported. ('i opening( of Floruln'n fir' .it on building which will serve as ,r, ''IoJInln"I Pin. ;

r Live State News I of the road renewed his stand ; daily to speed up the work A gain of more that a million fish hatchery at \Vel.ikn. 1-11'1'111.1'1' I temporary headquarters for the Eight stone,
; and said nothing could induce him on Davis Shores where a $10,000. I: dollars was made in February, with a battery of 40 hatching fan sale and serving of the Linn Trac to change his mind. at the end of which month the rul.r'nu
|1000 building and physical develop. to. which will take care of several mil. .,tor. .
talon hand to the credit of alii I lion fish eggs! '" at a chiirgc. The flow I II. .
ment -
TOLD BY OUR I Avon Park-Transferring operations program Is under way. funds amounted< to more than ten i of water at I the Weliika hatc-her i I..* \.I
I I from the gold/ fields of Alas I million dollars. | secured from a large! elevated tnnkinlDo.'Whil'h ..
Killsimmt'e--J'ullt.s all in not '
] Grrove'sTasteless
.. . ___ .00 -- 1 I ka to real estate in. Florida, James (told that glitter, the local policeare I I Lake Wales-From BOO\ to 600 the St. Johns water. river is which pumped is from free if
I Huasel, former prospector in the convinced that all ia not whatit field boxes of grapefruit are being from the element of salt. | 1
Pierce-Fort Pierce' new session of intoxicating: liquors, in I|I Yukon and hotel proprietor at Mc. is labeled to be. When the of. canned daily. at the Hill. Brothers I I I .u... ,
be for
will ready ea1ynext I
city jail week, workmen having use practically order to give them opportunity to I Carthy, Alaska, for seven years, !sin ficers conducted a raid here and i i plant here the work affording employment I| Zf'PUyhllls-"Tbt Zepbryhilln. is I .>& 't ....'
' perfect and file their applicationsfor Avon confiscated' 18 bottles labeled as to more than 100 women being recpgnlzcd as an industrial\ : Chill TonicMakes
its construction, Park established
completed pardons. as prop. "soda water" they found, upon an- I I and girls and about 50 men. Not ;i city is further evidenced by the an. '' : i.
according to City Manager W. Austin rietor of a gas filling station at lytation, that the liquid'was nothing content with the use of oversize", nouncement of I!. II. Linn, "'Ire.pre"ld..nt / t., ,
\ Smith. ;, Highland Lakes on the scenic high. more n.. lean than an Intoxi.: (I fruit from parking houses, the concern of the.1JVtn Mnnufiii-ttir- 'I the Body Strong. .
Fort Myers-Declaring that the 4
Sf_ p..h'rahur"T"n miles of I i. way. cant. is. going into the open market ing corporation, l\fc -. ,
seawall will i be built along; the Candy :, -_. .- ,
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bridge causeways, according to ,I .
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made at the -- ""
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announcement -- -- 'ty\
local! offices of the Gandy Bridge !| I i ..t ,

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Fort 'Iyers-Work of clearing -
t additional, land to provide a larger : :- PR ING
airport for Ft. Myers is under way Ii : ,
on the city's tract just off the Tarn "w 1
Tempting Appetizing, Satisfying
iami Trail\ near the city limits on. .
the south. Thirst Quenching1-are the creams ices '" .
and sodas Peek = Cfc" "' ,...
1'1 at our fountain. Realty '
Alachua-A remarkable accident I I .- ," ::nil i
occurred near here when an automobile RI.ch creams, pure juice of fresh fruits, Mon and young men !save on your nowmixed yyyIer
occupied by a man and J :s: I \Ve are 'h
women, turned over three times und: I and flavored and frozen to a """"tea... d spl iyyinglthetvrry) > latest in Suits for VN..
landed, on its wheels ready to goon dainty niceness, makes this "spot the! REAL ESTATE w men. Trices' ? The.moat reasonable you tuHP

its own power. i iStuurt I most popular in Starke these spring evening's. r-- will find. I..
; :Martin has disposed
county f 75
;; of its $1OUUOOU bond issue ] $22 to 27
Improved Farms Turpentine and Timber Lands, ResidencesJqSBUrke< BufMinz
to J. R. Durrunce will& Co.begin, of Jacksonville I STEP 1 IN AND HE KEFKESIIEI) Lots for II.mes and Huniness, Lake Kill sJey Waterfront< tita. ",...
and soon a con t
struction program of unusual h TODAY.Mitchell's ,,_ : I
portance to the state. Im.// .. l t
Drug Store -: J. M. Alvarez
l eLand-Stetson may have u I .i .. __ _: ., .' ,
summer law course this year. If _. '
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< Store Where
Quality Rates
present plans are adopted this will .
be the first school of its kind in _, .... .-. 'w aT .. _u__ .. ., ...... .... ,_ e ._. _,_ _._._ tor
I Florida, there being/ no other accredited I F ,
< summer session in any of -what else please? t .

the state law schools. I Gathered here from all corners: of'the =: ) n'1 t Ha.ve At. ..

St. Pl'tusburPla"" for the earth are natures most delicious food( YOU ... ft,. ...

erection of a $250,000 theatre at products, ready for your instant erderIng. Chance ToMWork' "X .' Hat Sale r
tho corner of Fifth avenue and 9th ; ;!. Staple and fancy groceries, always -.I'"; 4 v,
street north here construction to fresh and at the lowest prices is a rule .
start immediately were announced hers GET A : ,
today by the Florida Theaters and I
Amusements corporation. OVERSTREETS **
When you want plastering cc" brick. grove like this vary often-Seventy: acres of A WONDERFUL bI
Gainesville-Mayor J. R. Fowler, ..r rich fertile soil one and half mile from Starke, ASSORTMENT.
laying done, a house stuccoed, a con- .... .... .
of Gainesville has just received an '- T" U. .
crete walk put down or a foundation put .cacres in pecans, saUuma oranges, pears, OF; SPRING( HATS ON
from Governor Mar. '
appointment tin naming him as Florida's representative up.-and want it done well-It will pay TRADE: at VARIETY MEAT MARKETother.tine, peaches pf 114it plume! but, grapefruit iSjifrjn! in and pecans several, all SALE 1 KI1MY' AND SATURDAY "

to a National Safety and to let do it. No too "Quality for Less" I
job big
Security Council, to be held in you us or bearing; three picking she.good comfort MARCH I lHh! and 20th .

Washington on March 23, 24 and 25. small. We don't prepare especially high quality able dwelling, out houses and everything to !
meats for one particular day's business, make a complete country home as well as .a ONLY I.VOOMarguerite's
Okeechobee l.r.-000-000() toll commercial proposition. Price 25000. Terms. I
bridge from the main land across I Phone 3 IN I Whether it's Monday morning, If interested it would b. best to come at onc.. I h
the Florida keys to Key West will
be William J. Conners' next move : Saturday night or any other time. $

in developing; South Florida. Mr. QUIGLEY & DAVIS Variety Market G.M.INMANThe I Shoppe I
Conners told Roderick Arkell, well

known Florida, publisher today. J _,_ .. --____:-____ n "' ,,. ... ..... ,.. ____.. ., ____._ _ i
Plant City-Strawberry sales in 1r
Plant City continue! to increase to.
wards the end of the season. The
total to date stands at 767,350 -
quarts, which hosed on the aver. Future What Will They Do JIM. AND I VVK; WILL CLOSE ITTHAT

age daily price at the station plat. WAY."
form gives the /growers a returnof

Sebring-Three$371,862.58. masked and rob.ed I For: YOU ? besides A progressive Lank docs many things! $

members of the Ku Klux Klan accept deposit( : and pay out money
walked into the Baptist church here Oil checks, though( that service is: im- $

: and handed, Dr. A. M. Bennett DOES IT HOLD FOR -- '- --- --- - portant.

evangelist preacher, an envelope WHAT YOU? Your business! lie it large or small, ,
f of The '
containing a sum money.
demands the services of $
a thoughtfully
envelope also contained a note
stating the Klan's appreciation for managed bank

the revival. It you buy a new suit or some' hardware, or groceries from an out-of- Whether you wish to borrow or loan, $ I It
I Melbourne What is believed to By turning the leaves of a little bookmarked town dealer or themail.ordermandoyouthinktbosemerchantswilJbelpllrml.rl.l week: dependable advice upon

have been the first car of Irish potatoes SAVINGS you can tell what the the streets of property or investments, we are prepared
pave Starke contribute towards
; or money making
to be shipped, from Mel. I, and I anxious tr
future has in store for you. Happiness, ) serve!! you.
bourne, and 1 possibly Brevard county town a better place in which to live? '"
: has gone forward to northern comfort and prosperity all depend on Your bank should be your businessthe
markets. The production was tut! figures on its pages.! What is their You know that they will not weather-vane. .

of acres C. planted Lock Davidson to the" ,crop.who has :20! story? Make it read, "-and they lived And you know that the money you give them can never be used for the !If you arc already depositor you i $

happily ever after," by saving regularly. benefit of yourself and your home. may! well serve it friend/ by reminding
Green Cove Springs.-A gift of I him of thin modern
Start NOW! of $
riOO,000; from James Cash Penney I Rut you do know that money spent t.in Starke remains I in and I Is! used finance.

head of a chain of New York for our own good.
stores and founder of the J. C. Penney .
I foundation for the erection of The merchants of Starke are here us a vital part and factor in the .

an apartment building for aged I development of this place. i
clergymen in Green Cove Springs i BRADFORD 'COUNTY

has been announced in New York.I II 1,1 II Bank of Starke '

Tallahassee :: Eleven thousand

five hundred and sixty-three dif. . BANK-- ,
ferent birds with lO'.t species, were
found in six sections of the state, 'Bank of $
'Jr'tatill.: \\ hen buy needs here Your -'
: t
in census taken by lovers of the We Pay 4 Per Cent you your Bradford County' FinancialSTRONGHOLD
wild life of Flori'cla. it has just

'been disclosed,! by !State Game Commissioner money stays here $ l
J, B. Royall.
Ct.blimhfd 1889 Starh, Fla.

Tampa-The largest damage '

ough suit ever county recorded circuit in court the was Hillsbor.filed ..______._._____ .. .. .. ... .... J' .. .... .... ... ___ .... __._,__._.__,._ .... $ 1s

Monday by J. F. Taylor and EarleG.
Moore, of Tampa Bay Land The Good Hind-sight of the FOR GOODNESS SAKE SERVE s '

company, who ask $1.000,000 for YOUR CAR!' J
alleged breach of a contract. ICE CREAM50c
Morning .I' I Ii
\r\ Fort Pierce--This week saw sev. Carbon deposits and worn cylinders $ i
oral large! shipments of Irish pota If I could talk insurance like the fellow < cause engine trouble and loss of power, BIG FEIIRUARY SALE ..
toes from St. Luice county, with who has had a building destroyed is per quart-75c per brick and if not given;! attention the life of the IS NOW GOING ON t

prices ranging from $14 to $16 a thinking insurance, my office would b! For refreshment, for dessert, or for anyengine Is shortened. Drive your car in, $ +

barrel f. o. b. here. Truckers report a busy place. time-nothing equals Corpening's ice -we give you 21 hour Engine Service
yield of from forty to fifty must of fate Trade At Home
Why so many us !tempt CYLINDERS 1
ttrrels an acre, with some few with inadequate protection with the bit cream. Take home a pint a quart, or a VALVES $

!fields( averaging slightly more. ter experiences of so many before us? gallon, or drop in with your friends for RESET PISTON-CARBON KINGS[; REMOVED FITTED You can buy aa cheap at Stamp aa yon

:Tallahassee-For the first. time Enjoy the peace of mind which com 3? a delicious! sundae or soda' they'll melt can from mail order hotfSea
a the college's history, the Florida with full coverage-fire, tornado, motor, in your mouth. FORD SERVICE $ II IIt

Itate College! for Wonyi, will dis. public liability, etc.INSURANCE _
liss for a week'* spring holiday ,
A Thursday, April 1. Special trains OF ALL t COrpelllllg'S" $

111 convey the girls to their varn STUMP'S
homes. Classes will be resume DRUG ....
Harold C. Wall STOP:
April 9,it was announced today. J. W. Andrews Jr.

''J'allahauee-Reprleves" for thir. I I THE NYAL STOP. !A

!days have been granted by Gov. I (Formerly Inman & Ritch) Day phone 14 Night'Phone 130 FORD PARTS AND FORD SERVICE
nor John W. Martin to C W. I I'rflht
and C. H. Thomas, convict-

\\ft the charge of unlawful pos-,I,.


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_- I PRESBYTERIANS ENJOY' March lat, 1926, with all member
-- ,, ed them Kenneth Terry and Keefe body was laid to rest in West Evergreen federate characteristics.Unlike cause, is ore. of his strong ANNUAL: AFFAIRThe I present as follows: J. !M. Brown

I c.a.1. Louie. I cemetery. eat (lee, chairman, Louis H. Hill, J I..
of the veterans remaining
: Mr. and :Mrn. Carl Wooton and 1 The family have many friends most hlm- annual meeting of the First Underhill, G. W. Hinson and S. V.
throughout the county, who extend Col.! Weeks carries church was held! Wed.
I >4ie! Mrs. K.: E. Burney were shopping their sympathy to them in RIM erectly, and with a buoyancyto nesday evening at the church. The Minutes of last meeting and cull
f Starke Tuesday.
I in \ a younger
envied by many
I .. J their bereavement.WILLIE be reports from the various organizations meeting read and approved.
8 man. which reported' ,
given, from State
were Reports Comptrol
Fiddlers Concert Success : !MAY HARRIS The local Chapter U D. C., was of
debts and that nice amount
of no a ler's office shows 40 and i 12
Phone 21) An old time Fiddlers! concert was I aged 5 named In his honor-and! I is! one the I cash was in the treasury These Confederate soldiers all that an,
Harris in
Willie May years
___ __ held in the Woman's Club, Tuesday daughter of Charley Harris., deceased the most Hiv active 1.ion.LVCIA. chapters : reports speaks well for a church of now living and drawing a pension
i \i-ning :Mr Milton Mucclenny: :March 13th, Florida this size, and shows what cooperation in Bradford county.
WHITE-SULLIVAN :Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph Gagliardi'ft loridu\ champIOn iddl, r. uccompuiin : I died Saturday, S. ALVAREZ can do. Notary public bonds of Margarn
Stinrtnv for their, "'''''II'! I in, Sun. il I heldat Weeks
and interment were T.
Mr.. Del phi a Colley'Sullivan, of Jone, California; after spending < ".th, biiuju unimipui.mt :Mr Murml ] services following Founders Roll, W. adjournment was made to the approved.
the '
D. C
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Santa cemetery
Willi ton, end Mr. John G. White about two months here with the ga\c varied, program of uius Funeral arrangements in Chapter S manse, where refreshments of ice Report of county judge and jail.

also, of Williston, were quietly hitter's parents, Mr and, Mm J, ,c. 'Ihs entertuinvrs opened their day.charge of D. C. Junes: mortician.ELIZABETH B. II.-S. HONOR: ROLL cream: and cake were served. Several inspector received and filed..
married last Sunday at the Metho. J. Morgan. program! with America, and then S FEBRUARY interesting talks were giV7n There being no further business, .
dist church immediately after the Miss Wilma Surrency, of Laros. proceeded to the real business of I GIL.YARD FOR by a number of the men, who were board adjourned until the next
Enoch Mar Sunday here as guest of the evening-''fiddling." Henry these subjects by the
morning service Revv so spent I Powell, Carol assigned meeting, which will be held first.
vin Rooks, pastor ilt'charge performing :Miss Mildred Cone. ford's champion didn't have a Elizabeth Gilyard, of Lawtey, 79; First (trade-Billy Walter toast master, H. II. Young, after Monday in April, 1926.

the interesting ceremony.The Miss Marguerite Shriver, of thing on !Mr. Milton. The club years of age, died at the home of White, Lloyd Stepleton Belle, Rigsby. which Dr. Tucker gave a witty S

bride is the sister' of Mr. J. Starke, spent Saturday hero with house was crowded and a goodlysum J. N. Norman Monday, March 15th. Swambom, Mattie Peek Julia Holmes, SIIOEMAKING ATSTATE
Lee ,
T. Colley, and at the time of her her mother, Mrs. John Shriver.E. was realized. Funeral services were held at the Frances Willson, Virginia Alvarez, affair was thoroughly enjoyed PRISON FARM

marriage was a guest at the home M. Hazen and .E. T. Stuart Dyal cemetery on Wednesday. Funeral Luther Annie Mae Thorn by all present, which provedDr. "

of her' brother. She wore a becoming were business visitors to Starke I arrangements in charge of May Mesereau Hazel Stroman, Edna McKln- and Mrs. Tucker to be delight To Make 15.000 to 20.000 Pair IVr

dress of rust colored silk crepe Friday.Mr. Sport CoatT D. C. Jones, mortician. ton,, Loan Hall. Miss Olive Ray ful entertainers. Year.

with gray hat and .accessories, her and Mrs. L. R. Gainey werevisitors > II.S NEALP. ney and Mrs. C. A. Knight teachers. PRESBYTERIAN S
only ornament fcehng! a handsome I P. Tallahassee, March 10. Shot-.
to Starke Friday evening. ,5&\: Second- grade-Lois Judd Mat- -
cameo brooch which had been in died Sunday chool at 10 a. m. making on a large scale will 1 be.
Malcolm Harrell was a buaine.ni u %' II. Neal.ofThereua, tie Hall, Dorothy White, Vonda In-
I the family for a tnsssber of genera visitor to Starke Monday morning. \ I suddenly last Saturday at his man', Lillian Sternberg, Willie Morning sermon at 11 o'clock a. come a reality at the Raiford state

I tions. _ / of death being givenas Curtiss Newman m. penitentiary when the new plant
Royce Gainey and Ray Andrews f. home, cause Thomas.. Leslie Biggs.
Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. were business visitors to I cerebral hemorrhage. Funeral ;, Bobbie Jordan. Senior Endeavor Society meats being erected there for the manufacture -

White left for Williston, where Lacrosse Saturday morning. I services were held at the !grave at Solomon Underhill, at 6:30: p. m. Subject. "What Jesus of automobile tags begin-
they will make their home. I' New Hope cemetery the following Third grade- meant by Cross Bearing," Mat- to function. Charles W. Hunter,
a E. S. Gainey, of Plant City Spent Myrna and Myra Frink, Gladys for the board commissioners
wife thew 16th supervisor
Deceased is survived by a chapter and verses 21- -
I day.
DAVIS HOSTESS the week-end here as the guest of1 Gordon, Gertrude Moser,
and several children. 28. Leader Mr. Pattee.A of state institutions, said.
friends and relatives. I IR. Lane, Jessie Prevatt, Alma Thorn
I TO CARD CLUB S Merrill Edwards cordial invitation is extendedto The shoe plant will be installedon ,
E. Hazen, of Waldo, spl'nt' CARD OF THANKSWe :/ ton, Eugene Sullivan Wilson, Georgia all the above services. the second floor of the tag build...
I Afternoon Bridge Sunday here with his parents Mr. I\ Freeman Evening Sermon
The Tuesday : Elizabeth Hollmgsworth, at 7:30: p. m. ing. Equipment for both depart
Club was pleasantly entertained and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. wish to express our sincere Haynes Powell Louise Snyder, Special music at the evening ser ments has already been ordered.
March 16th by Mrs. W. E. Davis, Guy and Reddish Andrews of thanks and gratitude to our many Martha vice. The pipe organ adds greatlyto
during the Florence Hassett, Evnell The shoes will be made for all of
who us
at her home on Cherry street. New River, were visitors here friends, the interest of the services. .
Underbill. Miss Madge the state's charges. They will bf
Salted ruts were nprvrd during Saturday evening.B. sickness and death of our husband, land Maria
and father. Especially do we thank Middleton, teacher. ONLY TWELVE'CON FED. manufactured from cowhide inadu
th* game. Appropriate prizes! F. Hazen, of Avon Park, spent i '
within the state. Fifteen
awarded Mrs. II. II. Young i Dr. Middleton for his kindness. Fourth grade-Tom Lamar, Tom.ml ERATE VETERANS IN available
were last week here. I
as holder of high, and Mrs. O. M. part : Mrs. P. H. Neal le Cason, Lois Long, Mildred BRADFORD COUNTYComptroller's to twenty thousand pairs of shoes
Harvey Baxter of Jacksonville, each is the ambition of those
and] children. Onffia Martha'Brownlee, Mary year
Inman as holder of second high. his''Iparl'nts Report to Commissioners
week-end here with
the work in the
spent Jones Carrie I behind industrial state
hour the hoMes I Dean Arthur Darby ,
During the social Bax-1 I Show 40 Widows >
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
assisted by Miss Aileen Alvarez : PROMINENT MAN OF Hutto, Grace Alvarez, Eva Pres. Drawing Pensions. institutions.
f served refreshments, consisting of ,1 ter.The following motored to Key- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS eott. Miss Eunice Perkins teach The board of county commissioners Safety Harbor-New busmen.

i frozen fruit aalad, saltlnes, stuffed 1 stone Heights Sunday and spent IS LAID TO REST er. of Bradford county, Florida block to be erected adjacent to new

olives and cocoa. I the day: Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 D. Batter | servicesfor Hiram A. Fifth grade-Mary Brownlee, met in regular session Monday,I post office.Fsi.1.
this delightful Funeral Edwards
Guests enjoying I Bertha Dyal Lucille ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crew, Mr.
affair were: Mesdames A. S. and Mrs. G. B. Colson, Mr. aid Lawrence, 90 years of age, who Hope Haynes, Annie Varnes, Ina
( and W. M. Wainwright died at the home of his'a_ at Richard
Crews ,N. D. I Andrews, Gratton Cooper,
Mrs. W. M. Harrell. Mr. and Mrs.
II. II. Young, G. M. Inman, Misses Geneva HarI Keystone Heights Sunday night Williamson, Julian Peek, Jr., Mrs.S. .
i Wade Harrell -
,. F L. Turner, Robert Jordan, R. J. I I rell, Lucille lIarrell, Jewel ConPrl r, were held Monday afternoon at M. Cox, teacher. ;; : :
c Davis, E. M. Johns, O. L. Haynes, I Louise Crews, Eunice Hazen, Iris' 2 p. m., and his remains were shipped Sixth grade-Beverly Cady, I

o C. A. Futch, II. C. Ritch and, MinnAileen i, Brown, Stella Mae Ward. Messrs.j 1 to his native home .in Pittsburgh Grade Coleman, Ralph Cox, Louise
\ Pa., for interment.Mr.
Alvarez. Overstreet, Eve.
I Marshburn Gary
Emery Hazen, O. J. Mott, Lowrie
ci j'I Lawrence was the father of
MRS. ANIREWS ENTERTAINS I I Mott. Harvey and Pitt Baxter, Wilbur 1 the developers of Keystone Height lyn Stump, Elizabeth. Williams. Bean Hampers, 28 and 32 quart; Lots of less than 25 at ;i

ju STUDY CIRCLE Rimes, Resale Colson, and Luther IIIEGUI.AK and had become prominently knownin Cora Calhoun' grade,' teacher.Seventh -Muriel Silcox, 20 cents each. 25 for $4.75; 50 for $9.00 ; 100 or more 1

ei I Vabrum! and_ Guy Harrell.PINE this section of Florida ,ajf'Well Rachel Silcox, Delia Williamson, @17 1-2c each. Car lots 6 to 8 thousand, 15c each, i

The study circle of the Woman's CASTLE a. at his home In Pennsylvania.He .: Henry Silcox, Milton Brownlee, delivered at your station. __
Missionary Society of the Methodist is survived by seven sons and Mrs. J. A. Wasdin, teacher. : I
church met Monday afternoon with Harry John-'d;; Elizah Young- four daughters, including*' J:M- Eighth grade-Evelyn Strick. J. L. HARRELLLawtey

Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and were blood, of Waldo, were visitors at Lawrence, J. H. Lawrence, .L"A. land, Thelma Silcox, Edgar King,
va graciously; entertained by the hostess. I the home of A. C. Hall Saturday I Lawrence, and C. J. Lawrence, all George Alderman, Iris' Brown, Lena! Florida.

ah afternoon.Geo. -. .- of Keystone Heights, and Rev. W. Bellp Shepard, Mary Torruella, ,
pis Mrs. J. W. White conducted the Sheffield was a business visitor J. Lawrence, R. C. Lawrence, P. A. I'l'arlfanning! Lois Colley Dora +..+..*.................+,,.....+.......,+,.++.+$

we duvotionul pxerciHt'S. and Mrs. K. I at the home of W. H. Hicks. 1 Lawrence. Manning. !Miss Helen Caldwell

to leader of the Thursday. I : MEETING; DeWitt C. Jones, Mortician, of ., .. .
M. Rooks, study ('ir'j teat her. '::10- - - -.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-.----....
ndc Ill is. Claudia YoiniKliiood) ansi I OF WOMAN'S: CLUU Sturke had charge or arrange -
cle, was in charge of the bible High School Department
for for the uftcrnoon. "Twelve brother Coll is and Eddm. Wasdin,, i Thu regular: meeting o' the Woml.n'lI ments.FOUNDERS. Ninth irrade-" dna Strickland, t
lIun.1 of Waldo and Leo l, of Gru- .------ HATTKKY CHARGING !1
Wo dred Questions! un the )pY/lI ; Club was held l in the clubhouse Kiifu" I'resrott.

bly the now hunk. being nUidicil, )Ity th* I hum, spent Sunday afternoon herewith I Wednesday at 3 I''. m. The !: :/ ROLL FOUNDERS:, AliUUIII.IIIt..S : Tenth grade-!Margaret,: Dodd OOPS IOC3OHours aClo .aClo

lust Urdu, uml. under the enpnble\ .nder- Miss Liieilo Hull.Mrs. president 'being absent, Mrs.! L. A.I m IUn'.j. Jennie' Williams, Lois Gainey, Wilbur I
qUM ship of 1\1rH.\ Rooks thiHturly circle iillette: of Hampton, spent, \llavis) vice president' presided. After Marshburn. Guaranteed I

Hnzy will diiutitlrss do. excellent work. Wednesday' here with Mrs. G. W. I the secretary' and treasurer'. From inquiniescoming! to the Eleventh: grade( -Gu-sie Mao

During I the HOCJII! hnlf hour music Sheffield.. 'I IVonlli r'pol.tK were read, reports. were chairman of the Children's, Founders Bennett, Hliso Junes, Edna 1 Man. 8 Service andService
Riley, of Hampton I spent ,
grot was l'njll.I. a plnuxing feature an,11 given from the various loiunnttec-s. Roll, it appears there i is a misunderstanding I nit-.:, Hazel :Middleton, Eugene
the week-end l here with
fin, iOt 'being a lirniitiful voice number Clyde Mrs. I I.. A. Duvm gave an Interesting ; at! to the meaning ;Matthews. I SatisfactionStern's I

sung by Mrs. D. K Knight, accompanied I Wilbert Hall. I report from the civic committee ansi, requirements of each. I Twelfth !grade-Clevy Norman.
A. C. Hall to
was attending She .. planning a city Thelma Brown !Miss Florence '
\ :Mrs. l.I: K. ferryman.The I i The Founders Roll (for adults) :Miss
by ,
in Stnrko one day last w >rk
The clubuted GarageAgents
beautification rumpaign. is composed: of individuals or family Matthews, Mrs. T. J. Aldermm
: hoittvxN! xeivrd .duintv.. milud Mr. Rogers and son were visitorsto her this, work. :Mrs.Clark .
\ to help in who subscribe one thousand I'rnf S. S. Douling, teachers.ITse .
b..au'Warl ,
ursiw.th. hot ..hoi'iiliitiam' ,! whipped Hampton Saturday evening. group .. .
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of school committee a
chairman dollars to the cost of the work. I : EX IDE Batteries; Phone 87
crcnm. lluwlt. und vutes. of (J. W. Sheffield was attending, to the work being '
print gave her report on I Each: individual< or group so subscribing The Telegraph Want Ads _. _._.__._
spring flowers! were UHi-d for decorating lumim's.s in 1 Hampton Friday in mhoul. She is doing a ---------- -+
dune has the privilege of numincr -
the f thp large living room where II. K: II.ill. of Hampton was vi.s- I .
feelin \\onili-rful work. ;..... .n. mi. >., .h.., nf. his or her or their
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the gut'Kti were received.VelvetBro iting his brother, A C. Hull Thursd J
in the ---- . most encouraging report. I in Memorial Hull, an immense .
gave a tablet
iwishiOol. cade Miss I.uclle I Mall I I motored tolainesville I .
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.' ( Saturday afternoon Mitt has .secured .13 pledges granite chamber to he quarried

oh, wi ---._ of ten dollaio; U of five dollars, 1 out of the mountain.
1I'loUIITho I.AVUKY: and\ feels sure ht will secure 73; The number of tablets is I limited

pi Mr. and l Mrs. II. S. (',s.sh. of A t- members' out of the H2 belonging to I IIh. to 2500.) many of which are already

therebcautj lent are milking their head
4.1 tern here Mr. ('(ish is. un employee Two new members. were voted I only 112.
of ('on"t I The Children's Founders Roll I is-
or abo the MeDougal rul't Ion upon an unumiouuly accepted
site R, CompanyMrs.' their nanifs b.inll.Irll.! W. T'I for white boys and) girls of nil ages i Costs More to Build-Is Worth

like th : l .. lieorge: Anderson, was Kh,'1'- 1.'mt'h'r.; and Mis.: \ It. P Jordan. ten to eighteen year who wish to

and lal) ping in Jacksonville Saturday. MIH I 11 C. Jones and Mrs. A. Z. contribute one dollar (1.00 to I

.1 :\f I rK.. Agnes" lIcC..rll1i'k11': ''. Ailkins were elected ti> represent the memorial. More-Yet Sells for LessIf

.. Elizabeth Howe 111'1"fl'! '. Alec the club at the state meeting in In token of this contribution each :
Howe, motored. from Gainesville name will be enrolled in a !great |
Miasaentenc '4c'. I to be kept forever | any other manufacturer Just think! 13,000,000 model T
Sunday. Mrs. !McCormick and Mr. J. I.. Peek wa. given book of memory
Hall and | endeavored to produce a car Ford cars have been produced
Iluwu returned to Gainesville in charge of the program and introduced in Memorial opposite
Junic i- Ij Elizabeth the of each contribu.I similar to the Ford according since 1908-almost as
the afternoon, but Mrs. Rev. Thomas Hansen us name many
nic and j Howe will remain for a few days, '(peakcr for the afternoon lie prais. I tor will be recorded the name of I to the high standards of the automobiles as were built by all

1Wl8S the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. ed the club in their work. :Much of I the Confederate man or woman' Ford Motor Company, it would other manufacturers combined.

don't ev A. Smith. hm talk wait. on the Chautauqua, t"l chosen by each child for memorial- ( be impossible to offer it at anyIn 1925, almost 2,000,000 Ford

Merjonly Mr.' John Wallace is visiting his be h..I.lln the club house next week, ization. thing like the present low Ford cars and trucks were built and

wo. mother. Mrs., J. Wallace, in Atlanta which he is. heartily in favor uf. The opportunity to have Confederate prices. sold-and plans for 1926 call for

to girls thia week. Two musical numbers were rendered. anceftry *o honored will If the Ford Motor the production of even more

Kverette: Loiuiholtz, of Miami, is A trio, "Hark, Hark the not be open indefinitely. The chairman would substitute Company than 2,000,000.
Mlul it visitor at the home of his par..ntfr. Lark," (Schubert), Mesdames Perrjinun. has a supply of Monks! (In I ordinary design
tain viti :\ and Mrs. Luther Loadholtz Stith and Knight, Mrs. I). hand and will be glad to enroll nil : for the basic Ford features, It was the superiority of Ford
Lola G Mr.. A. 7. Adkins. Mrs. M. E. C. Jones' accompanist. Solo "In- children eligible before Memorial, Ford cars could be produced design in 1908 that established

have lnsoff. "- F..lwartlsfrs., : W. S. Edwards. and then Dawn) ," (/amenck), !Mrs. DK. I flay, April 2( th. and sold for less than the present Ford leadership. It is this same

Mrs. LeRoy Roane were in town Knight, accompanist Mrs. I D. C.'Jlllle" When all of the veterans are gone Ford prices. Yet by so doing, Ford design, improved but

list Wednesday.Fred -nnd their feeble forms! no longerappear Ford simplicity, durability and basically unchanged, that is
t.Prof.a. .- S I Boyer, of Baldwin< was the The hoHteimex served a delulousice I before us. to star us into''' reliability would fall below the continuing to make the Ford

Leola mud.. Uerk-end guest of Louis Hill, Jr course. I memory of their' sacrifice and valor standard Insisted upon by the car the outstanding leader
l Pr t'nrrailme, who has been visiting ,---- in the days of the sixties-nnd the Ford :Motor Company. all .
4 ground d his. daughter, Mrs. Julian San.1'fur URIAH DARLING: i MINER:/ I Daughters of the Confederacy too' among automobiles.

:'WJlbur.Ian of New Orleans, Ln., returned I The people of Starke were made I have passed on, there will be some I Features that
what Friday. He was accompanied: .silt. .1, Sunday March: 7th when the children of the Confederacy: to to

Melvfn- II- hy his little granddaughter, Nauda news WitS received here of the whom the old traditions! and truth. Ford Simplicity-Durability-Reliability

Snndefur. I death of U. D. Miner, which occurred -1 of history have been taught. Three-Point
Mr. A J. Mr. and :Mrs. K. R. Thedc' ac- at a local huttp.tal; in Jacksonville But in this eVl'rhurrylnll'buMY Motor Suspension Dual Ignition System '

give you "mpami'd by children LouUe, Richard Saturday night I II ape, is it not better that the names I II Simple, Dependable Lubrication Left-Hand Drive '!
-or) liars. and Guilda !Marie, spent Sun. I :Mr. Miner who was a native of of heroic Confederate soldiers! beperpetuated Thermo-Syphon Cooling System Torque Tube Drive .

OfcVproblPrlctlca ilnv in Jacksonville. with relatives.Mr. f Maimuthuaeitii, came'to Starke I upon this The Chil Planetary Transmission Multiple Dl -in-oUI Clutch
R R. lIannan was a business. years ago, nnd was engaged in the I I dren's Founders Roll? Each chill,
M.... Al.. p visitor in Jacksonville Friday. Jewelry business here until about 3 enrolled will b. given a bronze I FORD MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT. MICHIGAN

the very g '':Wn. Morgan Keddmg and months ago, when, on account of I medal. From tltne to time the roll ,

there, Is nc daughters, Onie and) Ruby, are failing health made it necessary I I will be published. TOURING RUNABOUT
upending a few days with Mrs. for him to give up hi. business. To date enly one name has been I I[New Prices

B. H. Ul'dding'M'mother' Mrs. ,A...J. .Low. i For the past two months he had : enrolled that of Martha Brownlee, $310 I '290
I W. T. Weeks,
When ''>'- been in Jacksonville where he received granddaughter of
door Mr a nd. Mrs. Troy Bennett und treatment. who gave four of his young I TUDOR SEDAN '

noisestraigh... p.) .".111". coal ut velvet| breced.jisa !Hrs. J'net Knight were visitors Besides! his wife, he is survived manhood In the yeari ce of the Con I COUPE FORDOR S DAN "

'A ) ullM and cuff. of CMIlnui.. at the home of Mrs.. R. B. Bennett by two sons. Leon E. Miner, of New federate army. i 520 500 "' f

formed wh C.. .M a Uu. tMhiun TIM Hip I last week. I Smyrna, and Harry' L. Miner, .of He first! aerved / 2nd Lt., Co. F. .. 565

.* stiver. cloth are dvoormlo Mrs. W. E. Torode motored to Jacksonville, one sister, Mrs. Rob.en :.4th Florida Reel |ent. CIo.p.d car prkaip Inch**. *..* 04 rf__r.br.
The soci _III.* xrape. at lInked rhlnUimoa Baldwin Tuesday afternoon. : :Martin, of West Lyden.Ma*., 'Was captured a I Cedar Keys imprisoned H-M. M-"cu / o. b. Detroit
cruelty to. ,J .... i* shewn W MBROOKBR The road bond issue Tuesday I and three brothers. I at Fort raylol', at Key T1Mee I.. ...... ale .'...'Ie _.. a w----e 4.a this .

eye on the JIIe_ 8 was carried here by a.s..nr. majority Funeral services were held at the West, where he fjmalned for six' I.. aD tntee. T. ...... ...... .............. .- _,4_spi...wV' '

In our high of three to one. Seashole Funeral Parlors In Jacksonville months, was par ed, and reentering have never lowered the
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pitts are re.reiving Monday morning at ten the servic i W Co. G.'2n< Florida qJUJlltyof tM car to rcd.uce tM Prfce"rIIOUR
A high so Brooker. March; 19.-Mr. and congratulations over the o'clock, the Rev. Lesley E. Mc. Cavalry, serving to end the war.

woman of tl Mrs. Raiford Brannen spent Sunday I arrival of twin boys, born Wednesday Nair of the First Presbyterianrhureh His whole life has be-en one of usefulness -.. .
she I I. klssec evsaing in Lake Butler. I March 10th. They have naraJ officiating, after which the ; and loyalty to the Con-
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-- companied by her sister Miss Janet TallahsR"pl'--.Clty. to r.
1., II Durdi-n, who will spend several A $11.500(! ( automatic street purchase

;. \ Bits oi days here, [CENT WORD sweeper.31i1Caiarrn.

call )lrs. Effie Williams, of Citra, COLUMN Dr. Paul G. WeitzCHIROPRACTOR.

I Mrs. Sam Conner, Wilmington, :
,rul. Del, :Mrs.\ R. O. Rub'o'k.IiSSl'R: FOR AL1- --I.:! acre near high .. .. .
ill Local: Neiv Lillian and lie Oal>('O'k. Messrs.. school at Stark; fenced several M Li4: 1CA1tae .. > .. .t I *BSEVBNS S
are Walter Glatziin and Wilbur Scott young trees Price $1/5 (H). Storl, wvuuudutrt. Over Magnolia Cafe (Hours: .12 i-5 -.- Pal
all of OeLnnd, wt.ek end Courtney, :Starke.'; Flu :U-lD-lt tltl v'uroY'1 'npt.:ntstrhotDeotneta
lion were .
I I, _.___ ______ __ *au.cJbyC ...1.< '' h, .Vi: t..nl3lcojl'unI [ .nd ate
guest at the home of :Mr and --0- 'S
Concerning Our People, Business and I her it Rives w,>;.J. fut rcnulri. All ,wntrelrr.ld,'
fretntttl I! :Mrs. F A. Scott. FOR SALE FEW loads at tfood' Dru gi.t.. Progres of the County and Town I I buy, nut bllil"t! ))0::. Gessne4Starke "dOn.,
' 1 F. CHENEY vl
I I I J. & CO., Toledo O ,. ... to
I Get: measured:; for that new Flit R. F. U. A. Box :28.I! = ir f I". Pin.nf".

j..dII8K.. Easter suit now-Nat Stern. 3-19.11 =- alone' .
I bug. : --- -- .. ... ... ...I... .+. ..1.1Z spncM!:.'
WEATHER REPORT ing the sheriffa I| FOR SALE-Some nice, ,Kvntloi to'tiler
nvcntimi I
exl Weather for Mi week M vaM ending March let/ Went Palm Beard' 'iii' reek," :Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, and i grade( Jersey heifers, fresh, N. Z II.\UVEV: R \'DEn + j J. R. DAVIS .
IX Wainwright. Starke, Flu. 3- ..> & CO. :
'irMt 17. 1926. I little daughter and little Miss .
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March. 11 73 67 .35 ,! !Messrs. J. II. and J, T. !Moore, of 1 1I Louise Snyder spent Sunday in I I -192t. .\Iortit' ;tn. Stnrke. Fla. ,+.,

March '12 63 45 .00 I Lawtey, were attending to busi Jacksonville. They were accompanied i \V ANTED-lIou ... -- Member Florida Funeral 4> INSURANCEAGENCY
March 13 65 46 .00 ness In Starke Wl'd.IIAi.t'l.. to the city by Mrs. Frank k'pf'r at once,
R'If' March 14 54 31 .00 i Pomercy who has been here on a for country h"ml'Vl1ite help l Directors unit (Rmdalmen" As. f I, J

March 15 62 33 .00 !I' !Mrs. L. II. Hill and Mrs E. E. two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.! I only 74. Waldo considered, Flu., !give wages.:3-lJ-lt.. Box 4..>. sociation. T ESTABLISHED 1886 'atudy,
1'rrtor. March I J. M. Mitchell. .
16 61 42 .00 Burney, of Lawtey, were in Starke I'UONES ? 'mt b
March 17 67 46 .00 Wednesday. I'
Total rainfall for week .35 in. The program and business meet FOR KENT-Well located storeroom STARKE FLA. : ,,.
at "SKh Street and Railroad nay--l Night.-l 59-W> u+ '
r ing of the Woman' Missionary So. ISa1, '
lito. Arthur I. Gould of Hampton, I >d.The at dress crepes for 98c a ciety of the Baptist church will opposite station rental reason i 14 I With IVWitt C. Jones. + Ci 1"
Sternberg's can't be able. Mrs. J. C. Wills. 35tf. .
ate was a visitor to town Monday. beat meet Monday afternoon at three .' 4>.
ant I o'clock: at the home of Mrs. DeWitt I..th4 .*MS..d.f.t. .
Mrs. David Durban, of Jacksonville C. Jones. All ladies of the church I FOR SALS:-Large amount of I
nu- I Beanie McGruder, who. U corn. See D. I. Ames
cordially invited to attend on formerJ. t
in arc
:ins was Saturday. one of the teachers in the Waldo M. Atvarea place went of ...i...11.. 11 I I I M+.. I i I I M<+ I \

11M.Lid.ter., P. M. Barefoot, spent Sunday in j(I ternoon.school, was In town Saturday af. The Ruby Davis Chapter of the Starke. 212tf. :t: COFFINS & CASKETS: t I i. ''II t

Plant City with relatives. I Mrs. -Iva its Children regular of meeting Confederacy at the will home bold of WANTED-stave block, win\} pay I .and a Full Line of f J. L. SIMMONS : ,
dad/ Townsend I

Sprinkle Mrs. L. A. Davia $5.50 per cord for ,
Editor on Saturday pine or cypress :I! Undertakers'
,ddIrt. Work shoes from $1.98 of the Union SuppliesAUTOMOBILE
to County Times
I March 20th nt 3 o'clock p. m. AU stave blocks 33 inches long six' '
$5.00 at Lake Butler, in t /
Sternberg's.I was Starke Sunday inches I HEARSE :'
afternoon. members are urged to be presentand up In diameter free from PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
I. I J children wishing to apply for knots. and turpentine catfuct'i. ''

lor at home, away from home at membership are invited. Block cord is 4 feet high, 33 in. I I ,a l Alwftys mn...hand. Tb. .k*_ ,unto. I I. J
beule. the Pickett Hotel. I I Mr. and Mra. L. A. Wynn and I !Mrs. I I. A. Davis Director wido, 8 feet long Address Iloaz I L at l the."".n! (.! .prirw.* *..*...tfpwial.r4.ni.BKUIMTKKKU Estimates Made-Work Guaranteed te.. ,
( daughters, of Hampton, were Barrel! Company, I'ulntka. Fla. / fT KMHALMKB + 1'.,

'elp Miss Jones llamptonl I I I tors A. Scott at the Sunday.home of Mr. and vIsl.1 VASTINE JAMES VALENTINE 11510319. : : DEWITT c. JONES + STARKE. FLORIDA I all l'hU I II

'net was visiting friends here Sunday., | --- -- 1 :. id'rt
'use II On March 4, 1:30: a. m. Mr. Vase f STARK. FLA. I < \
ateeRe I Meet me at the Pickett Hotel, tine James Valentine, died after an The Traveler --.,. .,ANor
J. L. Harrell Lawtey was a'j' (formerly Commercial Hotel.) illness of several weeks. Prior to tli. ...f.4.Ir.-4.I1++++rM 'IT 1.., S
business visitors herll Thursday. Ii I Rooms 50 and 75c by the day, week his death he had been confined to -- .J .
:i I or month. his bed for about three week from ,w 3 wl Political Announcements 1

Beautiful Easter frocks i in a complication of diseases. All that 1. ''n ,< Is. We can charge 0
= all shades at Steinberg's. Mrs. A. H. Harley, of Lawtey, ', medical skill and loving attention l, : m To the FOR i.miirrfttle RKPRK8ENTATIVIC voter* nf H..I .YES your UKS
and daughter, Miss Mattie Harley, (could do, was given to aleviate his j County. : I take thfR mvllmd. of annuunclnii
Col. D. E. Knight spent the past of Jacksonville, were visitors here I, suffering and for the last few days J.., "' 4 my. .canflldMey If .1.....for. I the pnimlni olflrr. fnithful nf' .ICi'prMH'ntittlve. and, if.firieni.ervi. .- STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's 0 t I,
N. week in Punta Garcia and Tampa Friday afternoon. he slept, as if only reposing from ... I Mjllclt your ...".....
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aaap.etfuil T. II. :
l'INltuL.4TJiR.Notl. <
attending to legal I doily duties
Mrs. John Shriver, of Brooker Mr. Valentine was born, .AngClst : rta3a* '4 .- To the votoni of llrmlfiml I ctiuntj ,
I J. S. Howard, prominent naval, and sister, Mrs. Ziegler, of Jacksonville I i 19, 1817 in Orangeburg South ( 1.m. tviKlldat for K.prtwntaltv Starke {, frl.
in th
stores operator of Dukes, was at. spent Monday afternoon |I' nb{ LvBlalfrtur| .from, Bradford County.. ,.
{Carolina from which place he mov- ( to lot Primary' lIa. Garage
tending to business here Saturday., i in: town. ed Florida in the 1866 and lan.:, be held\ 1 In Jun.. .ar':2" Fla. I
i to year GGOHGB! .. YOU NO. l.aat.y. Kla. t[ 'I. '
settled near Providence, at which
II W. H. Hayes, of Gainesville, was i Hollis. Knight of the University place he lived, save for a few years y"C. 1

among the visitors to town during> i J of Florida spent Sunday with his when he moved to Starke. ,aa-, _ _- - - -
weekend. I parents Col. and Mrs. agYitg 9th' a'f. W 'r "'r -
the [ D. E. I 'WW'WW ''rWr W" W '-WW'ELECTRIC -
I 1 Knight. I I He wait happily married on July I "' rya'1tN :
125 1868 to Miss Mary Jane Bielling I I'with l
Furnituro and beds. all new at, I I $
whom life battles were.'jnetfand ;
the Pickett Hotel. See the
beautiful blonde
(i i [ conquered for nearly 57 year!.- 1'.A' b
satin '
rod -line of pump's at Slump's.Judge :' In early manhood he .bore. ..'}er. %/j I $ : I

. ladies shoes at Sternberg's. I \ A. Z. Adkins spent Friday 1 member of Olustee Baptist church I
N 1 in Jacksonville. attending! the Democratic ', and to that church was a member
A. Canova of Executive Committee until Providence Baptist church was t
Levy Jacksonville meet i 4
spent Sunday here with his. parents ing !i' organized and lived a consistent
Mr. and, :Mrs. E.: K. Canova. life and was a regular attendant
1 1I --- :Mrs. G. !M. Inmnn and !Mrs. Vivian -:> until feebleness, prevented his !going

1r Allen Canova, of Tampa, was the Saunders spent Wednesday in| j|' to his fa'-onte place" of worship.

weck.pnd guest of his parents, Mr. HomoHasHu and other places of intercst ,, He leaves to mourn his. departure -
and Mrs. E. E Cnnovn. his fmthf! : wife one daughter' Tr. John J. Tlgert. United mates :
1I r Mrs J. !M.! Fraliek of Providence; commissioner\ of education, has the

Mr. and' :\Ir... R. A. Newsoni, :Mrs. Frank I'omeroy, of Jacksonville t I i ten !grand-thildren, two !great. title of the moat traveled. Govern SHOE SHOP
spent the week-end with rlativeain I returned to her homeMonday grand children, one brother 11. T. niont oinclal. lie traveled 43,444mttea i

I Jacksonville. |I after several days spent; Valentino of Trilby, and one nephew \ during. the last _fiscal ye.r._ $
in Starke of --- --
with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. L F. Fralick, Providence.He .
I Nora! h; TO U611: rolls a".II I .HI-.in r.Nolle
Come to the 1'kkctt Hotel if wan burled in Olustee ceme- I OHM
you come once you'll conic again. I :Mrs. R. F. Demurest is spending\: trry Thursday. p. m., March I, amid $ .

the week in AmeruuH, tiu., with i eher large concourse of sorrowing ,hint. ....*. ,In dni.' hun-by.nbulrs. Nvn and Unit ell,. 'V nil.".....?nr r.tliloninic h..v $
I Jay Daujrherty: of !I'alntka spent parl'ntM1: r. and Mrs. O. C. friends and, relatives. Funeral services ..m. uttHirmt Ihw .lwli. '.f" I.

Sunday here with his. parents, Rev Johnson./ were conducted by his pastor .Hlnnrtmnl.' nn> l.'r dfa'.awt,-by rwiuirvil,., IHI. .' I to"f|.r......llHMlfunlrmjnly iil tlivirclnimfl ,. $
-> and ;MrV.. K.': Duugherty. f'I r Rev. Johns. Dick Union County duly .utlionf. ,inilwl. lf> ,the ,un New shipment of Indies' Times.. ,, wit hen, ..!'". you, rr.'iii' .""< -r 'inniiliri. I SHOE SALE 'fh
,, ,
: will h, held In l liar< tlim-io. and l all
:Mrs Gui, .lh.llnw and little 1 Easter dresses! ..i".tlrrivl'd. / at --- pmuna' Ind.bied, to odd, mUit4, err rtquir.nl .
daughter/ of Lautey. were in town i! !Stump's. A. K. Kl'SSKI.L. KIVKK. tni'rlf. to "|.ny furthwith.ThiK their .niil. ill.lil. 0.' md, rinnfo '- $ $
__ '
Friday aft..rno"n.ltaurke ]' VICTIM: LAID 10 REST'Ix Illh:\ IHV| of Mnrrh. Illill
I"'. A. Scott him 'it( a' ,| iti.tnc- Mite ,II I I. lll.ANI IIMIII' '
tion five-room ') -tir llclicved He Was. Hoarding :x'\-le-at.r.iI Ad"...,ni ,inini-. ,
n.: Langfortl/ spent the J on a bungalow\ on $
week-end in Alnchuu with his Tenth .street. ('hll'lf'\'' I'well hoM- Ferry. -- --- ; ; ;:" '"''''_ '" Mm.5IIiIttpan, .. .. '.II"II"-i,, """ itI 1.
mother. :Mrs\ Alice Langford.\ ;j j''the contract for it- r"," MI TRAIN M'llKhl'I.K: : .
I, ('urrul..lle.Iurl'h: 12.- I"uneroiservicet !
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dint-armed high school! | H, II. Young ia. having plllnMpr'par..1 were held here today for :Newtime: ,taMe ..ffi'itixt" IJII,:! )
student suit with extra l for building, a hungnlnwn \ Dr. A. K.: Russell, local physician' ,n. in.. /Oi'Ceinlicr" amh ISCJ5! :! i 20--Percent--20
who druwiifd I in the klochnc() !, i.
trousers! at Sternberg's. one of the lots purchased at the | was :NIL: I J. Jacksonville to Tiunpii,
J '
auction mile Saturday in the Liv.. i river Wednesday night. ,due !'tu'k: ,'. 12:25: a. m.
Miss Laura Wynn, of Lawtey> ingston! i Estate. 1 1 Dr. Russell drove his autnmululo' SI). !a!, Jatkminvilli Tunipii, due!
the week-end, here with home I --- -- into the river thinking that he j jI :Stnrke.; 12.ri2: p. in.
folk spent". : Ladies !spring' coats and afternoon i I was hoarding, a f'rry.lrM.: Iluttic No. 15, .'/lckMunvllI) to St. !IVt- $ Men and Boys Shoes $

.---- dresses! at Stump's. I Jetton a companion, was Ravl',1from ,ershurg, due !Sturke22'2: \:!: p. m,, E !
drowning! by a ferryman who
No. 303: Jacksonville West
E. !M. Hazcn. of Brooker was attending to
to business here Friday af- I j Mrs.! Anna 1lIi11[ and two sons' beard her cries for help and fter (aim React, iliif Starke, 10 02 a.nt. ,
ternoon. 1 who have been spending several, she had! caught and clung to a I..I ,. l i '
--- I months here where. they had apartments I 'cable. f,' ;No.2. Tampa to Jacksonville, due
I I the Hughes The two were on their, way here, ''I Starke, 4-2H Starting
Mr. Adams, express messenger at cottage, left I I : a. m.
the Wnnneo branch spent Sunday Monday for their home in Van"..... from Sop<'hoppy. 1 No.4, Tampa to Jacksonville, SaturdayMarch 13th $
!. on with his, fmmly at Cedar Key.; I grift, I'a.Friends. I Dr. Russell who wn u former. I I' ,dun Starke, 4:20: ,p. m. $
resident of Hronker where he wasa I Ifri..nds ,, No. 301 St. Petersburg to Jacksonville .

:Miss. :Mary I.ec Wynn of Hamp- ,. of Rev. L. W. Kickliter I prominent physician, has many dup Starke, fi-00: |>. m. $
ton was a weekend. guest of Mr. i i will be pleased to learn that he hayrecovered throughout the county who Starke Wanner branch, $ and Running Until April 1strnli.YNyx,1.1YNWM.aW1.notX..aaleMY.WYYgISY.aIMn"pm
l will regret to learn of his death i
and :'oIr.... J. T. CJuigley.\ sufficiently to be up N. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. .
-- -- -- I again, after being confined, to his YIES No 102 arrives Stnrke 3:15:I 1'. m
Ladies--*ou can find chil- home for three weeks with a severe* AT TilE Tllt1ICHIAY"Alua 1- T .'. GRIFFIN: Agent $ ....,. <''iMIIHIIIIHhtlOlMlMUMUI4l>tUUOi $

H ready to wear at attack of influenza.
dren4 dresses
NTIS": LOVE"Featuring

Sternberg's. The Radrliffti Chuutuu
A A Durden and tun> of Hampton first of its three day session[J. RICARDO.\1"10.-CORTEX TO KAT ANYTHING: I $ !
visitors to Starke. Thursday in Starke Wednesday afternoon at
were the Woman's Club building.! An afternoon i- I.EONA FERERA'S!' HAWAIIAN "I 1 was afraid to eat bemusealways I
morning. i EntertainernlHigh bad .stmnai h trouble after. 'iuiw.whirwwwr.5pwaum5w5aim.nw..rw..rwwn.
and evening program is. *) : weww.ouwilria
-- -
-- -- I class musical Art-Native. I II wards. Since taking A'llvnka I can ,$ $
of provided for each of the three duys |
MrsMV. C Wonderful I
and : values in
Mr. in Starke Wednesday j singing' dancing and instrumental eat and feel fine. (signed) :llr.... many groups of high
Lawtey, were You will find all types! of'I M>lim-One night only. A. Howard. ONE spoonful' Adlcri- '
night. lovely Gossard corsets at ADMISSION 23c: & SO ka removes GAglnd often brings, class footwear, every shoe guaranteed to be $ 'f
Stump's.Mrs. surprising. relief to the stomach.
R. f. Demorest returned Friday FRIDAY Stop that full, bloated feeling. Kc- ,
business trip to Tampa andSt. "ARGENTINE LOVE" $ solid leather and sold under
from a L. L. King of Apupka U moves old waste mutter from in- our money-back $
PetersburgVery An Allan Dawn production- I
.. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J" T. Quigley | flaming tale of Spanish; love with i testlnes and. makes, you feel happy f[ of and
pretty new Easter this. week, while Mr. King IH Bebe Daniels and Ricardo Cortex. | and hung y. Excellent for obstinate 4 guarantee quality service. During this
I constipation. Sold by Mitchell'sThug
engaged In evangelistic singing, in
,Jf' hats at Stump's.Mrs the revival meeting being held in SATURDAY 1| Store. l II' sale you can buy any shoe in the store at 20 j j

..1d It!. A. N. :Marcotte is expected Lake City.. BEFORE MIDNIGHT" I

; l r 1Idme this week after a three weeksIbusiness ------ Starring _______ a ..... percent under regular prices. $
to West Palm Beach. Mr. 11. B. Hailf. Editor of the. WILLIAM RUSSELL;; .supported ::1
trip .. ...
"Gazette" of East Want --- .
Hartford slenderize
Conn? by BARBARA BEDFORD and an to The t'or.1I"If'r. - -
t. Mrs. -J. C. Rampley .of Avon with' Mrs. Haile, who have been !I! ALL STAR CAST \ will ..ho.OG how. i = r i
visit with I liar spending! several days the guest. of ,!i, 10th Episode Circus Mystery $ +
i'Part' inhere on a No hot rubber" but a light
: ; F. Jlamric\. Arthur I. Gould, of Hampton, werevisitors BEGINNING. Episode of tI
1 1l moaner* 'tLu.! S. to town last Thursday af. '' "ACE OF SPADES" With comfortable garment fie. Hollingsworth
I = :
;-' L. A.f ir was, .fIl\ i.: 1: ternoon., WILLIAM DESMOND e live nerve utraiii, harkarheai $ i

fI'1. > to business her \If t'dnn. llstlen.n.ii_ and Rive. I
... tending i All new colors) Weartex hoseat MONDAY ,I youth, sparkle and charm. At
day afternoon. _' Stump's.Mre -.j)i "THE CALL OF COURAGE" i ii your service, a card will do.! = STARKE, FLORIDA > I$ t
\.. : of Lswtey. I i i Starring ART ACORD '
.P Ceo. A. Anderson.!visitor to S'arkeThursday. O. L. Beasley, who spent with his. tateaterf pals. Raven the ''MRS. IDA TRIESTE I
>!!L Mr. and Mrt. A.: C. Durden. 01 Dg Star Or phone 19-J Stark.' Fla

Tfcmpa "! .Saturday at.r C..7-U.n7WOOll. Kid '
Sheriff W J. Epperun ? iiSi I ; ..Mum' -. - "

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wrtala9c'7 the g: .1'. Ih. ry.4htb ........ r"" .. w. au' 'awls
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-'. .. -. ,- -'- .. ,. .. ._, IHI "worm frirvrv: -rF.l.H.lfAI'II. s'a'AIUH Jo'I.OHIIJ.\
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TeU'irraph Want
; ( 'If, I.I I I I pi, \\ il" ll.l.. .. n \\.1., < l ". |,"&: m' ''inn. 1 r 1 Ads t
:' at. spent $">l>,(Ml'lnilll' ,ii iiiiliialinguttle tili/i-r-. mid,I I heecritury of the POINTED PINEPARAGHAPHS ,-!, ./-1.15--

rms &e f fRy > tit'Urf, .do not want their state (iroxvcrx'! A.sstifmtion is ordering

.t. g to become1 re-infested. Pine straw und bundling the details some >f Stubborn
from tick-infesteil, areas in Florida the farmeru in the proper selection by Coughs
I O. H. L. Wernicka
( 1C. I'. Ward County Aent: ) g and shipped through Georgia as of fertilizers, and] they have made p,..,t/llnt

bedding fur watermelons Is apt to good savings. Pin Institute of America,, Inc. 1 Tonic Quickly Stopped
0 cause a rvinfestation of that state I I
I. FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE | with: ticks. We certainly cannot Pasco--The dairy* work is com and
ing along well and several Some crops are planted this I Purifies This New
AKilfXES J. .A.IM new
EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND (}! blame tho Georgia people for wanting and Way
I are harvested next. Some tak.a I Blood
I men are planning to bring in eocI
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY : to protect them*(>lvea in thework good
l Cj |I dairy cows right The year. Fruit trees take I is
I th"y have already done. They away. great often surprininn how the most J"It
r r QQ9* 99 i i Q i" irr ar c.. r" nrrii? *irTiB"5 rr gC nt_JC'Jf AC ratrl I I I est trouble seems to be in finding years. Nut trees take nine to persistent hacking that
------ ----------- (Irk not wont to work a hnrdshin on ( cough not only
()W CARPET fiKASS 1 Florida melon but rather good cows for sain in tiekv..... terriItory. nu.I .- teen years to meet robs you of strengtii and bleep, but often
to foriret their experiences of past growers j I charges. All of them require leads to ",lire neriou.. trouble, yields
AND: LESi'EDEZA FORl'ASTUItE years when damage was bad. They J'I I to prevent Florida melon growers frrrat! deal of rare and I Power of quickly to a simple but wonderfully ,'

THIS MONTH will regret or discount the informaHnn from Innocently sending them somo I I Alachua-.Farmers in Lacrosse The land must be cleared, the clTictive treatment. I '
that the Florida Experiment, 'cattle ticks which they have workeil This .
and Archer sections are planting prepared, seed or ncedlinfrs bought treatment ill b.iscd on the nreBcripliun >
(}Gainrsvillo Fla.March is. a !S-'tation workers have accumulated, (! hard to be rid of. a good acreage of watermelons cucumbers the younfr plants cultivated i Mustang known ,m IJr. ..King' New Viacov..ry >

Krood time for sowing pasture grass and the result can spell but troub- The state veterinarian Dr. Pet and Irish potatoes. Irish fertilized. Generally they must for 'uuulin.. You take just one

mixtures of carpet gi'uss' and Icspe.ui'za I..... I rr Bahnsen, realizing that some. potatoes are up to a good stand, and I prayed from one to teasjioonful bed time and hold it in
: Bays W. R. Stokes, grass and Therefore says Mr. Ensign it J Jw'll thing must be done to Meet the "itI prospects are good. I I times during: the soanon. Even ; swallowing your it.for 15 The or prc-n-ript 20 wcon-la before has

rage crops specialist of the Exncrimcnt be well for us to remember to { nation, called the !Macon conference a wind or a frost, or a rain, or double action. It not only soothes and a
Station. Carpet irrasii dit these things. to !il'u"l1 the matter. He had been Columbia-Farm work is well under but may get them.It gh the Skhi heals sorrni-RS and I irrit ition, but it
.und lenpedcza lire recommended for 1. Provide first for food and thinking of requesting a federal way with better seedbed preparation takes longer to bring i Drives Out quickly removes the phlegm and con
..ood lands In northern and western I in sight for a 1 Aches IleaU gestion ttliith. are the. mil
feed and then plant cotton. shipping point inspection service of / spring plant j crop to the point of yielding prof.its. < au.se of night
l-'lorida find carpet (truHu for good 2. Plant! only good seed of tried, Florida melons to determine that ing than for any year recently. A | but it also yields [ and Sore? coughing. So with the cause removed
flatwoods. lands. anywhere in the varieties.. Plant nt loast! one bushel : they were bedded In tick-free ma- number of farmers are inquiring longer and surer. As" a more matter couihiiiK dmtuibcil sto|>.H nuickly. jour Bleep un-

.Ktate.Where. p<-r ncrc.a. toriul. Florida growers. realized about better planting! sec.... j jOkeechobee security I'd rather loan money I .hn rheumatic nro truuljlwi ache. will an dition soon, anil disappears.thu en lire cough con
this mixture is being siwd I. Only rich, well prepared land I that this would ,
greatly handicap than
| u pine crop on any other joint cnn wi Dr. King's New Discovery is for
for the firnt tfmo on land, the -biuild) bo planted.1.I. them In shipping, and cause expen1 -Have two-acre demonxtration | I know. i ,"' relief i liroiiuh ill coughi, thr-i 1 ruldoontliroat, hoarsenes "

land should l be cleared! and free of 1. Uso. from :'JOO to 000 pound'1 !sive d..lnv.. And BO they promised field of string beans '- I' I known no Metlrni, .., lirmi hit i- ilvad bunches of irrn s and undergrowth. ,,.r high-grudi fertili/er at the time I 1 to Ullp tho tick-free excelsior in planted six weeks ago that will prov I prr It.> ir l' DM''i I. aiirhlh POMP* I line lor rliililr.-n n+ well us grownups

Thorough preparation of if planting. This nhould analyze bedding all melons shipped out of dues J1T)00) worth of beans at present SUBSCRIBE TO ,I d Jr"1 ti> h,' i'r> In i' no li.irmdilim Economical.: ,
the land before planting where thid ,about I.rvh'n!; cotton is shoppdi ''quarantined ureas/ of the state. I prices.' ... ..init 'luitMIn ton, as th, ; MM* I- cml\ one teaspoon-

i,* possible. i I'. also bonrficiiil. | lei. u .stand, nitrate of soda at This cxcoMior mu t he stored in THE TELEGRAPHWRIGLEYS I ,<'.ll'un to pain:MuniutiK nuliu ful. At all RIHH! III!i iiuuiMs. Auk for :

Ten pounds of cnrpet grass and |the rate of 75 to 100 pounds per clean warehouses. or other places I FOR OVER ] kept In rundttlon' and !

... five to ten pounds of Icspedeza ,iu-re should be added B< a sidodr from the time it arnveji until it i* I flexlhlo' t>v thle narnr (
..vfci'ed (. ro in\vi'd brin r.B. bedded! in the car, and must! be han i i's.Llolnwnllol ulniont limmc human vlTurt,wu ol' i

Visrhtly,. IIcrot<'h'd| in with a wewler.rir' Begin ducting or moppingwith I dled BO that it does not come into I ,o YEARS I fur ,lieiilluir, ..ute aii "
Bpike-toolh harrou und kepi mixture when the I u Mry nri"i jioison H>rup contact with the ground and become mid whuleilerNBtfi. '
n.>4wed or ftraz(''l enOUi.h to keep ]largest squares. aie about thu size infested with ticks. Affidavits. must, lU..lI:.;m oil has been a world- I : or can'xt't It for jou \
dotn weeds and lull native prasses ,of peas and, repeat every 4 or :5il.ij I' bo made in duplicate for each carload wide .
Ihw Bummrr wil rehult in the t>S. .. until June )10( or 13, The poi"1on of melons stating that they remi-cly for kidney liver and i .

''ta lJ"hmrnt of a Itood permanent should! be mude im follows: Mix are bedded] In clean excelsior. One b'ailcJrr disorders rheumatism I I I

pasture of carft-t ira: and !ej.pe- U: pouiidn of calcium arsenate in 1 (: copy of the affidavit must be sent Htrr.bsso; and uric acid condition I -- ..... ---- -- .

deza in 12 to 18! month. 1| iallonf water stirring until a i to the Georgia stale veterinarian I ,

Onre CRtaMiBheVI. .. no more planting whilo paste is formed. To this add. j and one! copy must be attucheit-1 i M1i MR.
and rf'>arnt! .n orr necessnr.vjust 1 .iBl'on of syrup und stir thorough the bill of Jading. -!!: I ;

-- keep grazing tho pasture ;ly. :Mop every plant with this mix- This might be called a' iei'ltlp-' \RLE'" 0 11CI ,

and occasionally during the summer .,lure, pressing the mop down onfthe > man's agreement between Florida -:; ... a complete fertilizer for all crops grown
run over
mowing tip of every plant. melon /growers; and Dr. ISahnsen! county a fertilizer made from
orrect Internal sulphate of
it to cut any weeds and small shrub '",. I': t'lerc are many squares | "troubles stimulate vital
Georgia state veterinarian. It is
tankage nitrate of soda
growth. organ Thr-c.1.All drugri ts. Insist murate of potash
,t'iri'il' ( about the first of July,
.t Seed of i-arpct and lespeduza can be obtained from Southern seertuiun. .. ( grower up phate ?
"">!(( i o pry four or five days, repeuting the agreement./ One grower by ,
t>ec' your county agent or Immee'iately'! when the dutt I r Then try
j failing to comply with the terms of :
write the Kxperimunt Station if in. '
wnshr-i' off by the rnin. "HKADFOKD
the agreement could cause. a lot COUNTY SPECIAL"Guaranteed I
0. .. ,
torested. .
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"I KLIS: AHVANTAfiES ANI of future trouble for all melon Analysis \,

CUTWORMS MAY GIVETHOUHLK I! I-KOCESS OF DELINTING growers in tho fltate.I -- .- ":r 110""" .r,.,ntf man; ll I'' f! KI not less than ________________ 4 Per cent
IN TOUACCU: 1 (TtlfVlmuthfinmAII I Krw1Thmir 1 1'1
COTTON SEEII WITH ACID PROTECT POTATOES I I IFHOM n.m.. ..,* WHAT.nd WH1' less than ________________--__ 3 per cent '_
FIELDS: ; I'OISON KILLSQuincy i I mnr! w..I.d ?
Fla. I DISEASES UY ... HUWmi'4 WHERE.nd WHOKIPLI II Acid, not less than 7 1-2 per cent ,
Gainesville Delinting cot-
vonsidorablu damaio tj tnn seed with sulphuric acid has WHAT w 'tri*Declaration' of London? I $10.50 per ton, f. o. b., Jacksonville, Florida.. .

tobacco plants in Florida and newiy-det Ueor.Kia been found by the Florida Experiment I Gainesville } ;.:.Due to high WHY Jo.. lh< date for Enter "a. > Fits hand I order $35.50; f. o. b., Starke or Lawtey.

last season, and might possibly and satisfactory Station to method be a very of decreasing cheap prices for potatoes a considerable WHEN Cheope wn built the gre.l pyramid' of 'II, pocket and pun* of 15 tons or more, $1.00 per ton less. JI

repeat Chamberlain: this year according to F. S. the amount of disease affecting crops acreage this.Is year.being Although planted much to this of i' HOW moiiqulto can TOU? dl."lnlul.h a mal art.. i I For Sale by
assistant entomolo Her for
the cotton seedlings increasing the WHERE le Cinberr yoor momtymm4
it ia off late *f Zeebrug> .
gist, inset investigations, U. S. to a start on account WHO tk. fc..t P. rinl.t I -
germination and improving the of wie the Mlllboy of th. Sluh..fAre I pp j
wet weather still it should come ( / L. Harrell
Department of Agriculture. Mr. I
quality of the plants.. The method mtn'eervlnc von tic? a.wtD.aS..forMYIIIOtMY ILMk *
on time to secure good Olve them jI
Chamberlain prices i an epport unity by placing
that heaviest in-
fwtation says in particularly effective against diseases The good prices in prospect for j 11 far P. K. Bud I Igf
have been observed to like argular: leaf spot that the crop make the question of disease WEBSTER'S Ii WMdey's Pad LAWTEY, FLA. J

follow mild winters, and for that I are carried over from year to year prevention doubly inportant. NIEW INTERNATIONAL yow Dealer.Counter
itason infestation may not be aa on the lint attached to the seed. A Late blight in a serious disease thateff..cts _
heavy thin spring, but it ia well for -
considerable portion of the anth.
Irish potatoes DICTIONARYIII
tdbacco more or ess
growers to be prepared toI 1 racnose spores carried on the seed I every year. Some year it may not in f1i! -
oiaon cutworms to your home, < I
I prevent pos- ore alMO destroyed and the amount
serious, but the 4
( grower can school, office, (
damage. of damping off caused by this or'r -
scarcely afford to take chances.Dr. club, library. t.
ft has been observed that cut. ,,ri'im Treatly decreased. Howver L. O Gratz asuUtunt. plant Thii"SupremeAuthority"

worms are most numerous on land .. delmting is not effective pathologist working on potato di*. in all' \
which has rmviosiilv bwn covered ngninst rhizoctonia damping off knowledK'ofTorseervicimmedmtu .
seases has found that late blight :
with green vegetation, especially fur this disease is in the soil. con be effectively cor trolled with conManl lasting trust .. iveeping costs down

lye or oats. It is necessary to havt- Dr. A. "'. Camp, in charge of I e.ther; 20-80 copper-Iimu dust. or 1 11 1- tions.worthy.A Answers century all of kinds of ques .
the land free of developing
(Kr..n vegetationfor cotton investigation nt the Station I I-M Bordeaux mixture. The bordeaux enlarging, and
at least (10 days. before perfocting under exacting ,
tobacca has found that delinted seed
can should be sprayed under a car* and highest scholarship
plants are set to be reasonably sure "p planted with a Cole planter, us- pressure of about 200 pounds. It is insures accuracy completeness, and service

of freedom from the pest. I ing a pea or similar plate and a important to either spray or dust ( compactness, authority. : up
If the tobacco grower desires to considerable saving in seed effect Write for a>anpl.,' pw of th.JVw Ward' *. { ..
before evidence of the disease is I m n of lUeul*' and India. np.n. aico
keep a cover crop on his land until ed. One-half bushel per acre of seen in thy field to prevent the di.isease. a__.t."t.."You..tnll Chi.are pu th. lu...*_pHewa wtU/IoM, .!.. To
chortly before setting time the I seed when delinted will secure "% Om the disease a Ma 0'r_..II.... ,
> gets a
number of cutworms in the Moil Mnnrl [ C.A. C. MERRIAM CO. this complicated
may where one bushel 1 of untreated start it cannot be controlled. The I S..W.-- U.S.A. economic age when consumer
'generally be redurted by the u.teof seed will be INI are dependent
needed. the
first application of spray or dust upon efficient performance of industry
a poisoned bait. A bait made off A cheap grada of acid such is I I' for the
as I i should probably be made about the necessities of life, it I is not only good
>0 pounds wheat bran or shorts i i used by fertilizer companies, is effortive business
I time the plants are sir inches !iigh. but also an obligation of
pound Paris green, and witter to : but requires slightly industry to keep costs
moisten gives good results. The Ilirkrt i acid and stirring than the better Additional made every applications 10 days or two should weeks.be r/ INOUfCKLY ; to consumers down and service to them tm.
and A mIING P
poison should be thoroug i iIQ n-aclPM. -- -- The Southern
mixed while dry and then moistened Prepare for delinting by getting j I . I Railway System has achieved operating

with watt>r. Th. mixture TWO Inrjre wooden tubs and boring a EXTRACTS FROM COITNTV .. I economies which enabled it to operate last year on freight .

should not be mad sloppy uirge number of inch holes in the I AGENTS' REPORTS charges that averaged 16 per cent lower than in 1921. ,

After the land him been put in bottom of one. This tub should / BANISHED I I lteJI".d Thff trmnmportstion rfiarjf* on th tmfhmmft These reductions applied to the 1925 traffic meant _
rendition for setting, the bait nhould.! thon have the bottom covered inside S turftwrn JO Mr ./>* / m cmtttt saving of $27,000,000 to the shipping public.
be broadcasted over the field at the with hardware cloth or copper I Duval-A permanent pasture of I, ton offr only tjht 35 on_*nf milmmw9r4m *

rate of nhout 20<) pouroN 'dry .crr"n .forming a strainer. Provide 100 acres seeded last year is a Two applVations of home And these rate reductions have been effected in spite of

weight) per arre. The application wooden paddles for stirring. very promising demonstration of remedy gave complete reliefO.n't 1) greatly increased taxes. In 1921. the Southern paid in

should be made, toward sundown Place about a bushel of seed in pasture grasses suitable for flat taxes $3.80 of every $100 of its gross revenue while

nnd several days before setting. If the tub without holes and add from cut-over pine land. : I last year it had to pay $6.39 of $1 00. ,
n heavy rain follows ouTor 'd 3 ->n't Mait for pah: tojiut every increase
immediately 10 to l.ri pounds or :3 to 4 1-2 quart in taxes is equivalent
Columbia The local off. Give it to $6,500,000
the application should be l'epc'utrd.1 I butchery wear relief at once a year.
according to grnile uied, of sulphuric
has -.ith a rlmple home j
increased its rapacity by the very treatment i i"I
plants If cut the worms"nme mixture attack the can ho young i"< |I -nnt''..'ir"acid."'v Stir vigorously and I addition. of a 1-000( cgK incubator' could not slwp or do my work" I The service of the Southern has been kept up. Its capacity :
until the sped
have making total writes a Washington, I). C. is larger and the physical
*d. It should be scattered down tho formed n capacity of nearly woman condition of the property
a Hticky muss. and the lint
but I
12,000 now ran walk and do my work better than ever before. In
eggs.:( fact it
rows making un> t hat it docs not hps hc"p dissolved. Delinting j and flt-ep at nignt. 1 used Sloan's has spent about

touch tho young plants. should he (''mplote in loss than 20 Hay--.About 1,100 acres are be.ing Liniment only twice and it relieved $112,000,000 in the last three years in making improvements -
--.- --- minute,* ami will he I I :io of rry pnia. It is ju-tt wonderful. and for new equipment.
PREPARE TO COMHAT '! more rnpid if planted to fruits in the countythis I will, never without it."
th" fin i"
i I.
n warm place. year. The watermelon
BOLI. WEEVIL TBIMK: Wh< n <"lrltnting'' is complete fill |' > is being increased. arrengo Tills h only one letter tut It b.typical The Southern is rendering a larger and better service

ON COriON: THIS YK\K) the tub quickly with water. Keep i{ -- I I of thousands that the makers I at a lower price, and is promoting the welfare of the

plenty of water on hand, to be poured 1 Hamilton- An extra amount of of the Sloan's nmnzinfc have relief received that Sloan testifying\ to industries and agriculture of the South by keeping it*
Gainesville, Fla. "Thirtytwoyears' I |I fertilizer in being bought for gives costs down and its
over the mass in order to prevent corn. I, to every kind cf muscular pain. service up.
with the boll
expcriem-e weevil
heating. :Stir: the si-ed up MadiHonFive hundred No need to rub it's the medicine it-1
tons of
in the United States' has ttttown I)
thoroughly in thi water ami acid, fertilizer bought lieU that docn! the work. Just pat it.
the number of weevils going into j nnd then pour the whole ni is into been delivered to co-operntivcly date. has I on. Instantly it sends the fresh healing I
hibernation there has invanbly the strainer tub, which thould be Club boys blood tingling through the sick tissues |
that in wet yearn, irruspevtice of I I plnced BI,> it will drain. Wash thu used an /8-4.4 fertilizer under their -and the pain simply has to go. So
cotton U..t Vear, and :SO of the COO clean and
been heavy loss resulting from weevil i seed thoroughly I easy to use too. Get a bottle I
activity' says M. R. Ensign, extension i >1' them nnd stirring.by pouring Then wateri tons bought in the county thin year today. All druggists-$5: cents.KILL.S .
"For the .,at I has been 8.4-i.
entomologist. P be I
mny spread out and dried, prc-
two years in Florida dry hot I frrnbly away from sunlight. Palm Beach.-Started a new club Sloan'sL

weather has prevailed, during thai I| Sulphuric acid will eat a person's at Boynton nnd made arrangements |
critical period. of the life of the' fe! .h or cotton
to start
clothes and care one at Delray. Find that, nim.en.i
cotton plant. Precipitation records I should be exercised to keep it from club work Is gaining in popularity !
for the past 33 years show that for I c-r-ttintr on the body. Do not put it among the boys. I I' PAIN
.h. months of May and June there I I in metal containers.Kl'RAI. : .
\ 111 a tendency for a cycle of wet ana I

f dry alternating. The wettest COMMON: :
years SENSFBy I I
years in the past have been 1890: "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made?
1900 1906 1916. WI 19! and 1923. ( Spud Johnson)
Providing thin condition repeats as I I I'
in previous pefoids. we may look SHOULD CAREFULLY SHIP We Would Make It" '
for May and June of this year and IN TICK-FREE EXCELSIORRepresentatives '

rainfall.next to have nrforo' thwln normal of Florida mel I'I SIMOX PURE AND GEM HKANDS S

..It. seems that the chances for on growers In conference with "Time Tried and Crop Tested"
I New PRICK LIST of regular brand just issued. Get before I OUTliEP
I the planting of a large acreage of Georgia growers and tho Georgia .., name NRA
placing d'f. Send orders
I for
now future
f cotton in 192 in Florida are great; stato veterinarian nt Macon on ? save delay*
and be
that the chances for a season favLrable March! 20 promised that the Florida ready when fertilizer In needed. Trasportation [i. slow and
be .
to the development of and the sior growers in would ue melons tick-free excel may worse.JUAI.ITV first, FAIR prices, prompt Shipment.E. IL WA Y tdfi '
[ boll weevil are equally bright; bedding that are to SYS TEM

] that because the weevil has done bo shipped through Georgia from O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY I
alight injury for the past two years tick quarantined Florida territory. :

I the tendency of the growers will bel Every Florida grower should live Jacksonville Duval County Florida :0ie Southern South


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FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1926
> d On*

fttilurw of eorporatlon to I II lota of land lym, and t County of or before th *wt toWDnfnic
: "But have had enough owinir to the .10 plecr* or 1..1. Or.o. .
we not | have within the 8t.t Klori.ln mn officpr bt.inir ,In .". Stat of Florida, 1 fith day of Ip.I 1>.. 121. th. ..m.
HONOR SYSTEM money since we have been here to or .urnt upon whom. prot ran b 1 known and diticribcd. .follow* |, ..In.' a rulo d.p. at the rour Honne .f t aim Pin*
keep ourselves in cigarettes. The *rrv M] : .nd It ctprniirinir that prow** The Ni rthrant qiinrter of N.rh..t to anw.a Complaint
theabove Eiirhtft.
iffrvvd M.14 xorpomtion lo'' nf Station Thlrty-Fiv* ((15)) f Ir-d atfalnat you In Court hy
lot b* upon "
1 boxes that arc sent us do not get .. t etrctofririni "HI'r. Hi. i Hvn i 7). nami. l'.ml.I.ln.nt. wherein thevae to.rufar
t hi f ntlurd, of i iil corpomt Ion I.* 'Iv. (M. (IC. Phl landa hereInaboie
NOT A FAILURE much of a shake-down. They open or appoint .".n' and owrlnir to <'M>. Nine {II"} Ten (101. Eleven ( I >k lo have diwcribetl giiieted'" t them other--

1 fnihir, of nattl corporation to h. Twflv-t ( Fourteen
I them up in front of us lift the the .nt win th* allegation* of aatd Hill will b*
ant with n thiPtfttc of Huriiln, mt .ftinr .rHKnt I ((14. lylni* and ttelnir In !'""h..t'UH.I. confined by .
articles! what .rvrdMini Hertmn taken you
different out t> upon whom prtrMn can W H r nf Hoiit hi aet ""HM.' Tt I I. .. d that thm ordir

: they are, but they). do not examine thnt thrrf in no pnnmn in ih. Stattfnf 1 "," .* i .'. Hnd k""w" an Fverly'N i" Clrh.one* or'n'week for f iur (.
.' tho 'rvlo of a mtlt orna addition to Town of Hlarke : Alno a part ..I.h.1 .
m .
the nnmeif1'ffri.ilHiitji
The Floridi'sState 10.10. urn week* H' i
nonor system at So I want to .nn. .
closelv. ou .
them > .hl"n Haul corporation if Six (At. arn* of Innil. ..mm.neln. at th* I ( ... tv Tele*

Prison farm at Kmford is not send me a big box In it you ran alD HI'I..ln| from the .rn hil ofonipltiint the Northcaiit. corner nf . urnph. a m'H.H|1'1'r Ir.oo"i al ,filiationpuhltthtfl
*. tlmt, I ,i- li 'T. W SMint. mid. run Kant alino .
a failure] according to cony- send cartoon of Liu k Sti'iltes In th.above raum mm-d > in nnid i .11 v nnd s
me a >
I .I..n... of tW 0.1.f iiilutitM tlu n In.l. dlIdtin! faction* Tnty Ftuht and \V 1 rNKS: mv h..1 I ,".! f'" nf thi*
righted article carried in the Florida a box of candy a pound of tuffeo, h.w' the I-' .. I nnd and, Immitftutt"'iCitmpany Twtntv.Vlni thtnco rim South on 1..o. (' 'thm Int dny of \lr.h. > P 192A.

Digest an all-state weekly tabloid box of domino lump n a corporation. J ninth 'P **outtr titit -J(u ynrdri th,'ttn. \1 to !o'h..t .ur (3 .1" \\N
mfessions' a slJnr. rimi, rfi.hn Mdl. a* T.I.I.H fur Kit.rIdn irtit.r of land C..m..I' ..m.d .% T Wwi Clt-rk of thi< ('i l

b.rillDq. iJh: C<< newspaper, which reached here couple of jars of jam a ('ukl. "on1 ItAilroml ompnny, a n.rporntiintillU <* .nt. .. 01..... "point. conin C A. K ."Olr.ly .

4' and fruits of A Mull. 'Inm. M Itiitl hn vsif., I .mic lour ((4i' ncrtw more or hwa. In << !! ilvrK
a pair l
I (DlL a. :'l. wJlJLe .... "'" t.d."hI nut (couple \ I'hhl.n.1 I Jont-H. tanny l..* h. -,tl.n Tw'. IIM Xiiu. i JI!" n'l.f I thi* nlrovi. \CK11-FORn: A IIIKUV

article in full appears bo- of sox a pOlnr of cocoa. n box of .v .ifi.. K r C..". an I''.ti>r chartro I. ,ftf T..n.hl. Six l (fl.. S"uth Rnntt* liritor* for Com"IHlnnh.

'I I and huge box of writing nnd tho ,piiMtor of thi- Ann riciui M It t. r..nt\ .two I Fn... Inm pa. r 10.10.

IUuslr4W blJ Poul Robinson ril-. ,, l.J "; recent !Il'l. 1 h"irch and O lr ..nprich lUiliMdimllyIt l"o nii>inr .lull of ..mplnint fitndIn
; "D"pitl nnnlunctmlnt paper. .ii biirtttn.** .. C. ,I'rtiiKpr ch & l'O" nnld cntine. on or hrforn tho Kifth dnytHl "'r" OF FIORIPA.
from rtate officials they were "Y can put in canned fruit, 01 I nn> und Mr* Ioutna Illh.r. an. all tiniiown "f \ \ II H otht-rwine the *tlintwtitiiti lOI'NIY OK ..I\I."ORI.I
I o.w.w.. .... ...... II forced to the Oi n..1 thnt .th..r* pcrnon in the of thi> MIII. 1.,1, will, ,IH. I..n at. run. I IIMil-ItV: ( : 11,1"< > '(.rrimtnir
at of ,
think to in .
Iplal'eardB anything you fl of Vlorlila 'Iht* mr\lci. of a rtubtMHn, fi.MM d ..nla.( you. IH a ,trii* ami corrwt ropy .C I. ortinaloiil
state prison farm! Sjpermendent ; ( Continued on pane ) IIH" whom MOI M Innd HHtit' di fi'ndan. :*. It In C.rh..r or di. thnt thtw' nn.lr. hepiit *.r nf ituhttrat inn mn.It* in .* tl caui.*
A WOMAN TRANSFORMED DeWights' apartment I was conscious 1. .I.. tin (' ,. lonucuti.vwrekn it fiU. in my offtci'.
J. S. mitch here emphatically nnd thnt it In tnliiinl by .o.I..n' >lisli) >il .nci n w for 10111 '
: BY LOVE of the luxurous atmosphere dp MITICK thnt 'the .nM, nnmid di'ft..dwntn wltini* .l* | .Itt thi. Urn (ford ,County Tplpurnpha 'I. I".:. IIHUIM.lh t. A. IO >.
that the honor .
collector nies system which .di.. nnd nut** nrt> unknowt ,.complain" weettlv nruHpnpnr of om.ral clrrolatlon.puhli 1128.
of the place. Our host was a he instituted rty tntoivtdin .lud *. Hrndfonl Florida W II.JIM'N
after taking ant. an int -niid m tne pmi. in StHrkt county.
The curtians uf the box parted to with an inmate desire to possess loon In I ho Circuit Court of Fli.iila Cliihth thm HUM 1. and, tlmt Complainant. dm. not Cli-rk of th* .
c'harge of the farm .Tudiclal Circuit. 'Innd Kr UrailfonlCounty. ,iFM.' Ity C A. h ICHT.l .
admit Barruititon Pierce. He' entered all eight yean ago 'm.w and **a' int b*en to ascrrtalnwhi UITNKM thi> llimxithlc JIK'H* of th*
and from .11. .
exquisite things l UrraNOTHVoF" .
.-.1' 4 y
has .Ch.n."I.Lul. "thtr .aid .* ntianta art* Kiuhih circuit ( and, the nffirlal 11.1
and reseated himself in tha faied. Yarn hi r hiwbaml.va. any .I .h..1 ..r.
the world he had assembledrare Yarn and na
Th. li-rk
over dind or Meal of the ( '
system which .lv. ro"r. rri IPATIOM F
chair directly bt'himl mine. Simultaneously "Thl permits it .U onlrred that th. uldnnwn hi* aiunitture.. thi* thu of A ti
old and .
tapestries, brie-a-bril W F. Nickel., A. A. anil C. .. ..1 aro ItfcKII I'M'KK' HfrlTION: t
a prisoner to roam this Dur.n E who nam- A. n 1 _'(
of the II. \.h. ST.TU1IMllVrrhy
the curtains stage .C''Hnl. (1O
. inlaid cabinets which gave the 000 acre farm at will l I Harpt>rIt In I if Uvlnir. and If d... H 1 1i W AIPFRM1NClerk THI CK'IRAI.
to bill complaint
drawn revealing" the third act trusting apprarlnir by (worn of aald
were under th* | Circuit Court. Hrad-
rooms a personality at once compelling i 1.1.i claiming that O *U.
irlvtn -
his honor not to and th | that W K. Nickel, one of the defendant. untie t I
escape, known und imineil difndn itn. HC..I.I Iuiitanid ( fortl County. Flonda, .
of "Manon. and bizarre. There ,. of th. Stateof IfAI.\ nn iturrhaH* r la* Hal* tlffrat**
was a tn th auit. 'la nun-r.ld'nt
honor i thnt all cnswsSolicitor
of each I othrwtft(>, and prraonswliiuiiMoper
prisoner to watch or number !2.< and IH tnumf byth
"It's al right whispered a faint hint of exotic incense in the F.rhl., and n-aMli-n at RIMI3 Haul Ave- thnt mav IM* i for Complainant S.fi.6t.4 2OMMISHIONFHh "1fv.lp
the other still '. anilthat .In..le I Tn I ( County.
in here but .r
vogue nu*. Wrat Philadelphia. .nn..lv.nl. .
voice the shadowy box. It was air la In the State ofHoriila. In the prttpf'fty ''nu.I..1 'In thla .ul. - -- 1'.r.l., .I.I< rrrtlflrnr.fj .Inl .1( 1 July
in modified form.Sup'rint'ndl'nt. there no pemon .cribi>d an lyinjt and n. in i iMrndfurd I .. | .rtiflfe.tr
\ \ and hav f | *;
who spoke and he the rurvice of aubpoena upon Colo. <' H\l 1121
Barry contnue A long refectory table of black (' towttTh : V
) .I..la. in fu" ami hav mmlf mil'llratlonf
i iA hum would bind the aalil di fpnilant. anil 'ln. .y .I
talking with his hvud to marble was pleasingly appointed Bitch himsElf iitmrt*"r of Koulhtant tn* ,I.>*fl. to IMHII* In arcor-l' **
the hirf nnrl hv .nr. ,1
responsible for of afuw { that the .ald tlifmilant 1 over age : .. of Ki-ction 3 ft. tuwnwhtp R. South. Notice tn hy iii en .tt iin.. .
mine so that the might not rtllilf I ,1.1. virtue* nf that 'rtHin d partitionintiriMl law
other with crystal of jade, green which jrnardu to the of twenty-one 1 22 Knnt. conlaintnu' 40 acri* more ci ..te Sn'il rmnwtlvi'ly rm -artth
went I ORPiFRFD that Ian. in 1ho ( for Itradford r..II.HI. .
hear. He referred" to the interview exa-tly harmonized with the I IT 19. : rRE. |b. and tht>y h..hp are .11..1 l.i.1 "f l '. HraHford Con ity, Flortttn
gown .1.
he 2lMh
do i Moridn' I
K to Tallahassee and asked the thu iiaid defendant P 4 .y. .. .
j [ he had just had behind the scenes prison ...p appear to the b II nf ..n. A. 1> aitiunfor M .aw-m-il at thr tint. of thi' laauanv*:
and jewels of lrB. He Wight had{ 1 l thi* hill nf tn thm ., .C Januaiy 10'8. in an
board for 'I..r b for ( In th ivjtit -
: these guards and they t ofI In nnid ratine on or M..I. h. th,'rein' whirvinI of Much rtrttfirnUw nami .|
t. with Lomojne. "She's promise to chosen for night at : rlnrtila. on the ldlilph day dny of April. A. I>. 19*!8. othi'rwU* I.H..n I..n.ln. and .I* hm.inaft.>r purtlrtilarly ..' forth \
do that wlrl readily granted. After that I I April..H1"'D. 1U make for "She her jewels for Ih. wl Si 1'yal I l a
up always uses I four .1.II"n. I r* im ."I.w. 1.1.. M.II. wtfCfrtlftrM .
the r('port ongmated, either thru b p.bl.h.d "on..u- TlunkHt and No. 2N4 ..mh.. : 11 IfArn
ome of her very belt work. It the colour motif in giving I dmnir members of the ti\e w.k. 'In County Trie* ol In further o.d..1 that thi. ordrr b* ,'I.I.w.. htr A..I.himhand'Jam. ('"rh'.n. and Ih.nk.t. -- .w .t *4iut lit'HJtt .tmrti'r of Northrtwtiimi't

sweet thought of Sallie ,, prison board or irraph. now..o. .ubh.h.1 nt Starke .. ") n wit.k for four I *>r Sift u tfl. ID. A. Hoi t Unnif.
was a yours. explained Andre Moilere who "hl.h. onre .on..u.v., I it'in < Ht-l, ton hi r hitohand. Nobl* WllkttiHim I .
from some other source, that Florihl'R Floridadivi the Hrndfnnl C'ountv 1' U urnphn :,: nnd: toit.rilhiiirion: : : :: 1 hi r hiiHbiind.I B1I Fimt: II iiprr*. n.rtiwNmt Artlil1' I t..n..I.

and thank you for makir.tr me had followed my eyes and caught widelv heralded honor sstemi n undi. >r my hani and *eal thla loth w..k ni-MNpapir piiltlinhed in Bradford County. r.I .ri.nee ('.t.h and, K. O Cohb her hualutitd Certifir.it'. Nn lEKd .mt>mc>i.> <'...n'm.n"In..1 "-
do the thing I should done, day of March, IICO NorthpMrit i trm'r "( South ,rut q..r-
: hl'e their approving light. : I IClrrk I| I lorlriaOr. and rlorrlo and John 1.h' hrrliUrd
before." I i, had proved I (omrl.te fuiluie and O W. ALDERMAN .1 1.rnl thii ilrd tiny of Murch. An '>nnd tiro l I prompted was upstairs removing Circuit Court.Bradford lh b l-t fhfiiim. Houth 1 U' 1 J tmi FNrtt
had been (' ineffective i In ordi*. of ,Out nnid ( mndi t
"t When he spoke of the" yoangfiBinfrer her wraps. Barry was I I I as County Tion, "la. !12f. Jud eF the 4th dny of r... ."r 1".C.,tlu* tin. 1 I chn im. North 14 t I 1.2! rtmiim l>i itlnntnir -
Irlptnl and unsafe.Mr. ''EE: \L) By O. A. KNIGHT ... ..1".1.. 1\ ,' Hii-tlon HI Tp. 8. Houth Unn.ri> nI'
M J01ISH.Solicitor .1.I r ,'n.1 an I off r for
there was no spirit of con. .ml..n. .
some guests. convernation I lurk. M. HMhltmMnltM
) Dipuly 1 m HT.nmttniHl I
Natural Blitch branded the for C'omplnlnnnt S--51.4.\ iih* and to tho hltilunt bidih r for cimhin l'H.I.
in Ins manner nor was there" :Molicrc reports F O II \ VTFRI ..- front .1 the oitth thnu of thi. fi urthoil .ntl r.riiticnlinhnll 1 nilorm-
pquest .C
h"twl'n Aldre as false and proceeded t explu I. L.. SC1.UUU3.AIUTIHH l nnliim 1 .lt..il. .MUM
of braggadocio in hUItoice. n .. Stnrkc. Mortdn. during I Ih.* ti< .al .. Inw. ,1 .
trace and drifted the main .
any myseif into why he askid for the assistance of 3.1' -51--12 NflTICBIn hoi,rn of Hah' ttn Monday. the (tth dny ofl thinnin on Iht* Ulh' Uiiy nf A|> I. A. !>
unconsuou>0.\' of the the ovationLiniojiie .. llrad- l thorn liuidH
lu topic e\enm I-i.ii i ttiiin
Juwtvr. .1 few lu..rdK. and why he recalled : > >IS( IIA KI.KSikty Circuit Court 1 rivhth Judirlnl Circuit. i iHiinirnrd \.rl.*. \\ It my I .1 unit' HPitl
|l>etruyed (> f".t t thnt her, love fur hud received. nine triiaidi here, wherein the fai'm TI'j.'0" A to.wit tin Jlrdilii I i!ounty I i"I londn: In ihuncrry: I' f..the. unlv..h..o. I'I"r.IH., a.I(nwll'r of' tinoiithwpt thiN tin..* :tr.l ,.rr .Murch"I''f A I' llt fltt .

him was an aiknmvledired conch "She was not 19.tint? towards the ) of Miirch. A. IIIJA. I will ,nnapnt .1 1 W. Wfttternon.t'ointOuinant. tliinrt"'r:. <.\rt pt acrtt, off th* \Viitt aidi. : W. AMUKMN. .
previotsly had !hern operated several lloniirnhli. \. n""n'r aft of thi> South. Plrrt' of rirrntt < ItrHil
tin t.curiro
I Soulhwmt uuart.r .
ton.: as far n" their friend* woieteoncemed. ]lust. It was real drama xhe played '" ii.ii I" InrliUi
)'eurs without gun : : ( utility Juiluti. of Bradford r."n'y.Io.' .- vaI'dunrd wt ounHir, North of Itianrh. PXCI pt twtinnd r.r.1 1 minty '
," he announced. guaidsniun I nll liln. my votirhrrH and final ncroutiti* UN nil, : N. II.k.n. ..t al. tinthnlf at...in thi. Northwtnt cortit r, 'F\J.\ Hy I' \ <. Nitur.H .

Then our uttention was foniNeii "What do >ou mean' "*.! wanted m Bight. miiilntrutiir of the <.'lnte of Itubl. < F JondfCiniiid .. O..C..n.l.n. ,"I I. HiTtinn. 2.! 'I'ow..hll'| A. Houlh .f'' /& -J l,i y < lirliNOTll
\ A 1.IYPl' of pimoiior invudul ,Inti" of llniilfonl county. and Ordir nf Pnhlirnttim. Not tn Known .tnttu 21. and ..nl.n"o, 41" urn** nior* or l
(n the brilliant MURO. to !know. this cit when AI I li'ttid to be diHchariftil .".h alminiHtrnlor a. ".na.n .... ".. .I .un 10I' I... 'Ktn

It was a iniliant I.i.nioyne who "Juxt thi, that instead of Chev- penal > lou e <|IIIF| 'litle. UP mo** C loud. *tc.IT I>. WAINWRIOIITI
and m.mbl'r of hi.- famous gang lltm 2 nd day uf .'tnnuarv, A. D 1 1028.) AI'I'I'\INI I: ) ( from .iht* nlltirntlnnii ofthu M ILVllt:1: rimtit (C''I. |"trn tfortl ('. ly. Florulii -
[low played tie fait cif the famous Her slie was with Hal.nngton '. thu al ovutntlrti C A. : .
: pl/lln of .vegginpn and) bandits w J. fcl I'l'|:llsONShirilT cotnplitmt tn KNI:11 In l.t.1"1."
w.'rl'lroulht .w..n
ourtisan-shoai like a vixidropical Pierce. worrhips him an Adminliitrnlor of (he FBIIIIO: of tlm*. tin- nut> riMid .nci. ur |1.1 tai.. ofI Pnn Itunt*..

flower in her bn-iffait and I she realms that hers henabout three months ,, IU.>bi.. 1 I'. J.n. dicmm.1.! 1-2t-'I.I.\1! : I tsin.rm uf tho dt C..ln"l. rtlward: NHicki .f I I" FHAFi.lun. I';, C.II.I.I..j ( onu'lninnnti
jvc Dick 1 1NOTK 1-2
Cnndiim nnn < oinplnlnant \
bl'l ago a sentence after convittion 'rtton and M.ry -. .r for 8-r..6
Il'r'l .
own of the parly l toenth ren- the greater love." NOTICF: TO niltTdKS AMI'I' RH:IlrUH1( Ills wifi, Tin* rlortdn' land and Itiunittrii' -- Oliver hit .m < ( al
in Tampa connection with
Her Hiic ihapcau was ixuaciously be !" 1 Notice m hrri.by HIVI n that ereilitnm, tlun i' a curponttiun. ( ury. "Oh jou lust wrong' in the $:I.ltO Hav-a-Tampu pavrol! I It.v'litw.. ilmtributi-fH' and all I".un..I havIntr ,'la''Ia'1.and Annie W Nickil hm .IC. Hull ,li. 4ulrt I .illi* nml Itrmotf ("IfiuttIn .

b..ominl "l made a t'rruptd. "surely he must adore robbery of clafmi. amount, the <>nlfiti, of .1 flCherry 1 I". I Mtitiml, Sun Mr I'mu and ( rove 'lht ( Irruit <'ourl yf th<* Muhlh Judicinl 'In* knutvn HIM.1) ,.iNntiwn f,'nitnnUfn
-a tvpe which 1.'I.rll. :
backrround fo* her ehosnuturls hi'r. Shu's lovely." prisoner diceatMil. 'Into of Itrmlford ro"ny. ..". .al.n and. 1.I"r WntHon. H.nln. (1 in-iiil;: ,,f (hi Slni, *. :of: I li>riiln.\: In | tin* nUivp, nlyliil. rntiHi*, to 'It : Tho I
aPPy altogether Captain Hlitoh described us "dangerous anhiriby ri.,iulnil .. printnt thi-ir nnd Uoi'irl Ju" '1 run... fur lhI nnd for the County of Ir..u.l.I In 1 Inriila I Kit I HMI) IIIn..r"" .. .n'l.tny.' ,
that peeped vonquettlshly] ov- "So thirk all nnd "ion. if fn r> I If nnt
too A- n rori'ornl .I.I..n.
we liair.v antagonists to nil ordet' ryMinnii .. .
r her shouliler'] and softly frrvncd for that but methmks his County. Mnrlila. within oni. yinr m.rintntii.. 'thnrtdii Mutual' Huuar. Can: S. Itmwn. .Iointd hy In.rImHlmud. iij l Mill .nkn.wl rt-pn MitnlHi N ttrnn-
I I. l I' '
matcr. and routine, the Jesse James tvpe, front .ilnti'. or I 111* notice' .II he .III In <;irt.\v nod Cot..ny. H coi 'puratioit. 0.! W Itrmvn. i or nrtriluniH-M' uum '."ml..n.I .
er (ace. lochas paled before the flume. M.I ... hm 1 i.i i. Il I Imiiiiiriiin ntul hunliH H.n..1
Nrk..I. .
most of whom come from Imr thin-to and 11 11.1..1. *oxfinl M. '. "' '
She was the toast of Puns nml'fideed t there was u time, he h"I'II. then The superintendent Chi'uJo. iiitjite nn. "'.1'nil ti.. my h.'o..aid I .hn.b.", P NickilB., W K. NI.h.. and ,.. 'I..n.n' I! I M trow I hi. """". tinfoil' J.hl.. .ixnti Irtry 4I .J J
u.lmitl'II that ill lit* C"'lh."h. Mriry h. Nirht hU wifV. J. *. ..". MM riM C. I HINK and himlmnd' n 1"1.1"1 In.'h. Ilv.
she plived the part sing- f > : I Fr"a I rH..C
stopped suddenly ) as hld injtht Al house A I'lJHW .. nil unkimunto *" ; HOHIMON I IIf \ 1.11.
wh"l Johhny Kinnl: and 'I Inn 11th ilny of l.hrl"'Y. ( if I viiiy. or in t xiHtntu. nit' ( IPS < I HINK. ui. I II. ml( tin mil"n vn hoirt
with sudden. and irresistibleTarm. to reveal a secret of his : ttn 4 tlun- ia.uu. iinmnrriod I. SI IPMP'V .I.. I
tin cnmpliiinnnt > IMOMl'SON .
J. L. I'I'FltSOS. n nml In
(iilree tltkvirti |tint ur KrnntitH
II' I I|
til1 '
were I r. .1
on .
plI"'o !) riT. "' I: irJ ; :; I Irrridn known t*> A'UMIrY, : and .
In lh Htnt
fin'ndi, Inn al'vays tot 1, I..lmhI. 1" ,. pi nton ( ; : I n hnviiut or who rlimn t hnI \
re\'rts tai'm he feu red an attempted coup) O C'lwy. di.n.nmil. !-l 2-OU4.0 .. .lnl""I. the HI.rv I. uf Huhpm.na upon (. ..h..1 ""hv. nml \ ( ,I I 11."rl"| .t, .M'f1*'" r l'n..n..y..| r ,tltl.l., ,
was still an undercurrent > ''le comluded, must ev-r _. bind.. thi* Hind. Ut (< tiditninur I uif... M. C M.I.! .
> ) dc'Vtat) the whom ,
I of the House .11. mid tliiMirii.iti
on part wo.lo l .
ht>li.liy .' d .. nd If ikad. the l I' 1"I.w",
dissatisfaction in the audienip be hunter and tiact his gumu. ,, ""TrF tilhi"r m. and that it la. if I". I... w.t. : '
i c'ang and other disgruntled In thi. Circuit f' the Muhth I Jiuli.. di .. >, or othi r rlnintun .
'* Kr4iitut
f inmates ", cmiiiilitiniiiit I thnt the mum .C..IRlalr \ :; I o f Illorh 1. piei pi (li. N th
spite of the tangible! transform- "You 11 an that one tthould. n"v"I whom they might be. aide to i n'' Cirtnit if 1"I..hln. In CI.n..O 1"1''rd In thu j''I''ry' 1".1.." in h r ti( Maid Miirthn t'KHntt I .L", '". ..r. lot ,I xrnDt f* L .CC 111
taken They brloved. how much they Sitrn .. furthi' >r H-! nnd hilwhtrrtd' I uchm tIri'iri ,.. I tlntk
lion that ha.1 1 fl:ice. show one F I"'nt.COIIhon.nl i4i H "Il. coiiiplnintuit. oiitli f.iU .n.1 itll of |.t II. '
I mllutiue. In fact Al House .. nnd by dilinl Hi.lf.mitn I ... unnui'rii ,
Th.m. nf
that the Thtit's hard 'um. l< ,itn tlnil hi dm nut kiti"w 1. lAtti H at and
puld not foriret onre are lo.'d. extremely here with the announced intention v. .< M .h nnd in.i'nry IIUH not biin ahlttHHCI d. Sti pin A Hail*"v and Itt'ft. I."I'i tt. /. *H nii'l' 9. HI'"ik :!!>
donna had not jivenpern unfair." ir.-ih riier, it al .. ny-ot' tti pntd ilruiidanta > ',. f'nl'i.nrt. A 'HnM.' V: ifmf Wt" .- ,
( I nml >
w prima I ( 'rlatn' r I l\nikr.ii n "11.ny'
of ff.tint hm "in 1 less than fi wh'I" oftiUHitirrtrt nnd M. C Mi'(..ill.diri .I .." 'r..Y. '
( escape lit 'nilnntTh w4n>fcy **,'" or I'lni* i \rO.1 w .I.I..n| | tu thi Slur, I
the "Little. Table" song I'lendi.ly "Perhaps, but truo level.twl'ss.A Jl I hours. ,. "."".','nnni Sura F. Swint hnvlnir' \, lit allitftd "HH ""nuvvn. IH <,U.",d orullti .. olh, i". ,. in M, i.. t tiv riH (hi* tnim> DIMM, .wn.urn of rtm. "n.1,.I,

au Kousne olt was wont b.t: "f tactful indiff'relcl' wins .1 Since the filed, hi.r i.uorn b II of conipliiinl' In tlnMcailne fir In txlHitini or not. and' It in nlnd .. ultiinie' in I.n.lr..1 I < otintyrloridn HIM.rt I i'im<- .!. of tin. pu <' nCordti.r ->

I quicker than all the profferediiire'Ms 10rmiLoliel and other ., anil hntlntr di'manilinl, thin orilt.r. ii'iilruiMcompllrd .. In tint *wurn bill of roniiiluint thnt heliijtxiw : tliicrihit i .H futluwa.: .(owil llru.lfnr.i (..I".Y. 1..I.h.. .
man -' : nt tha SoiithinHl corr -
buildings h.re aie sh ickly woodenstructuies with I hi- law. It In 01.!< thai th. rt' art* pi rttunii. firmM andurpririttiimii ItoMln i (.r..,,
| Iexpros "< -I 1 rm' unxi<.tto Birrv"Wait i ,1 a rO l.-hu(1( mout:)." so that 'Pl I."un. thiit the tiarlli-4' clniminv J l"t..I" tha ntd prop- >f.r .r Trlntmnlnr. I..nt *> 111 1 1of 1 Y"I unit' "'h.c >"I nn< nl>y r.
any vicicrischaiucter urconlnirtto .
th town y
t nny. in the proiMrty h..lnn"e inxtiUi d In 'UIIH. nud .h" nain itkitfjidinco .. uHW' ipiirul. i w h""r. .h. Juilic**
ultl I the next scene nt the I or>t this Kind could very ill.rilHil, "m..I. 4 riy or nf l>unmiMi. ix unknown IDHP, or .. tt* the .ttatn fif th* .l"rr,.IW'O... of ,hi.lrml' '

'minary, ho r.pHeil. "watch what'' IKUKI'KKSSIIil.n SAM IK: nearly kick out of citheitrticUri f. C..h.' Ib.h.I. Htimui, I MiirriN. C'hnrIIH 1.I"r.lind In niifl, re In.f ,ift nirinrri| of nt'urd In fit* nlliii nfthtt ( .irtuil of I loHila.' In nml' t, llrmironlI ,
In hil
.K Wyman, N W cni-hii.rof I .m..I."t.. unknown ( hrk of Ui" ( ir.nit C".r ftfKindfr I onnly' MiiMiliiy. lh I I' fih. .I f |
known .
win them to dinner brilliant affair.Theie la..t. .. H| ttualn' tvuch .. 11..1
aan The u MHV
tell was with his tout rl f Murtda. In ItvwlItonk .
you h.1 superintendent lilitch Hrndfonl ( ounty U.nk. I 1.nw.n .li li.nduuid' ., f. and corporatii.ni oiiniy A. l> |Int. lit tlm ( nin l In i In
!" vvas 1 ready flow of wine decided that his best policy was t<> ''nci' Sopbin O.! Siiundi., nnd Muttle McaHhlon > 1..0. ".(( on pnui'*h WMt 1. arid tlne. run ofstHit lown nf Hlurk.hlorfiln' t I. ,,,,w'r.

and wit Harry' of the guests, alno known an M.ll.1..kCn.h.* 'j I l It !I. ordort-d that all P-roim SoitLlif. .a".n. torn hill nf cinnpliiint/ I'tfiiiln, I nuninMLyou ,
And indeed ke proved.) t
-f it the which followed win was the only one wore u quiet\ buildings could. be expected.Mr hi.im. d-vlMita. itrunticH' or other claimant CI'. If ald ur"fn'''exiHtnnri'. or if d< *,d. Sixty (Mi.lH,, C.,and to Inrkwun the Norlhw".I"r..f Mtr.iu' I I'''nn Hon... r* ,t ,. clnmlami

scnE '. Apparently 'I.h.r thim the rhiirkur Whyland C .in- lyln. .... thn hm. rr 'th..ir smti' unfit titli tl at". id.mr.txil
which it will be impossible for i mien. Lento) nv was ga) Bllh's "hum'h"un the puny. toriioriuion, ItH trnniirt.nil. or anniKni4 .r not 'In l"hi.lieu WIHII'riy' Hlon"" i in* Ninth .
ran- .
it "lu"J.
me's I f.ntrers to "rn*". I her brief chance with Barr\' llouso gang has proved to beu >a ; and HI iithi.r ,pi'riioiia. company. I ilH"","-unknuwn. rtiiLi-.'.r'luini ui,,deviate I iiHHiuiiH. I..t.. ", to all i'I 1'diM hoiinnnd. of Nad Oi lluixlnil JAdmon. KtmL nml '1 1I 1, 'I h.' Hrn'lfonl County' 1. rnph. K

.nerJtl' been most and or compnnim. .hi. may have fir cluiin anndvin hnvlnn or.I.lnlno Ihl r .1.1| I .1ml tin. town
had in wnpiii |
satisfactory collect Two firm find rorpDrntmnH .hly
Manonidinfr one new (M .iiNe lltiiM' fi "t th, Wmt |uiii .
Before u. wns a Mtriint .hlnilg t or inliiirt' in or 'In thi ->t I Iirin 1 ... *.
nnd' Ihtiio errhMn nl ( ounty Hoi IH r
in 4lnrb. J.nnlf '
blithesome : /.I ::; ; ; any intiniil t wi rn .
had made. her us a I "Ih'y. rutiniiikr ml.I.R
have bien ulu-thir thiir be known .
token from nainia .
take I pistcds | ) bclHkin l which
with Che\abi-r not to pus.oners pli-rit* or IMU of hl.1 IMIII' HIM UroH".I 1'intf Strtj( j 'h,' .* *1 ..r.I lunnti" il I IM thi ''WMpnp'' ,i
forpr da.in. June. within the ,toikuile, wulNAuthorities .r not. H.I inch of ''h..m llrndfi.nl County. Hint' of Horlilaknown North I riy atonw thi I w nt .'l 'nfMII "* miniH. I.,1 I lifi, |iul>|"iitlii f. (our con-
Orders and he lost .
An- thiahill :
h.p to to .
Holy I t
aptxar and .. follow .l I: Hundrrd: nnd;; HU-, *' ill K o U'rihriVJIM..srt .
"The wine was leally quite, good,1 .h..lb..1 > | alky'Fitht( .
believe ,
or Inint Vlun lii 'h. .Mli ilnvof li
they conn mi > I ,
weie > A't-
rtther turnbnl.k ofT uUl.k /
10but to r Uui V
nutirtf \
her if '
ur 1hi Imit (
All ft lo
to ijuit portu ( iMrtiit t L
I on the bleak monastu. life ;, I slid to Bariy. who WI. at mjside. :, smuggled, in for the Al House ganjf. you April. A.on II iiniil I'l.-r tiny,. .nl I the unl.nnme. In null inif of a >Miihw.t' quart",r. 1".1., ",' of <*raruiu 'y .J'rianifulnr L.I. t'h. .fit .4riaid I kl.. .".1 A. .h.I Inm. ..(UIKIS! .nUo (1

I A letter, cmd by M. Itlitch have- a".r and .,..11. 1..I."al : i in.tic>> I.:ii-.lt riy itlnnii' 'untli W AMiirnnn. f'I'rk. uml. tli,. HIA! of thbiIw4iuij.it.
to rule ili confiiuio IMenti I."h..
|1 respond ntjain to her over, \ d.y. a .r.. pro .I NI.lh of nuid I'it Onu "11) On* 'l'I..u 1 i in llm .!y.C Kturl- l I.* I would II. .
"Theie is only one thing been written by ml .h..I you ."dlh. caune .11 1.I pro- nil in S.>c. if Irbruinv X l>
i isnoved. u Uutidri d und ilny
desire. U'lt' Chevalier Johnny Kinni. ) .itunrti, 'r of i>uthwfwt 'Iu"f. r. und' On* : : ) t. :
be tempted to drink tonight he I, member of the gang, to his I I cei'The vxparto. herein n-fernd and involvi '.> r.fidy' h.tihi: I.MI 1. T-iwn-ihlp- S-vt-n i I :Hi.)"| f.i-l ti* point: of iM'tfinuin/* ;. W. Al LKMVM
the flour iiropirty ,
Fhe falls upon 10us. Iwinty.rwo .,mt, KMH J Ino t hntfonnl l ot Onu I ) ufI W"I'" I'h'
I 7 South < 1'
( >
answered quietly that only 'svveetneai o! in Ii-Kally known .n.1 I Iilmcrilieil .
so .
t on ulio has .sir.iirI
pin his knees with outside : ; I IN.rh. I cunlainlnif Al acr-. more or I***. ho Fow n of lHWty, at .rdl"a IrU'IK'1 i: HEI.I1 g A
pil'llnl.ltic could hear his low-pitched voice, fallen into the hands of nuthoii- "hiall I IIU. I I'u nppinr to the b uf cumplalnt, flltdIn mno or .pint tht.nof an name ai.. ity (:lirk.f .
hands. She" .Inl' of the a r of the N.rhw..t I unld. CHUM" nn or l>if I r j tin* I'If'It dny "Nepenthe's, am'ilnts. ties which letter confirms all fenrw / r .C ." 4. To..h |> 7 Monthlianire : ; Court; of Krud < omplmimnt t 5U4-2
arc winired with netion I. A l> 'I I'tJfl. othirwmo the all I* nnHoni li"i k of thu t ircuit ilor lur :5NfTI'

d.( and artless nllure ente, (. subtle d.ul that banishes sorrow of the superintendent that this .u .l. In IrHo..1 founty.rlorldn ', .C th** fid hill M ,I IH taUi n a* cuife *..d I j jawamxt ffird (.'ounty" HornlM. ", '. (!> MM|
.ne. Hook < i ti.ct t A Inn tin* KIn
I indifferent Manon of the first and pain. gang would attempt to pet (runs a 11 Ami .it In furthir OHPFUFI. that thin It In furthi you., .r tirdoid Ifinl thin nntir.t>epitbtinh Smith hnlf 181. ..Ji of thu Northwmt 11."l) f tiui C> .nty. Ptur-
all there was time for i onli r bv publitfliiH I ) once a we* k for tltrht .
livipuIturc That Wua shoot their way out of prison I : onre a w< f'k for Four eomucutlvawieliit : r t NW I-" of .h.Sulh..t lilt.. In "" ,'ry.Mililml .
instead ft enni .
scenes, h.rl until later that Tthirrnphn ., '( Nrl-ll: and Klitioru, ,
and not County
then it was The Florida Digest is publishing T".h. a mwnpapir' MuliliHhiil. nt In th' In..1 .nr. .
of fk and blood rimt: Thrwfjnnrti rn I t.I.4'' ofthi
silln'c i|I alone. | Stnrke. Bradford. County. MondaIn ".kly n'.I'nl. vnirnl clrPiiUrlnn. h. C:oll"H'.nl'
1 struisrht into our I saw him this litter exclusively here-: witniim whinof. I hawii netmy i,ithllxrird in Stnrki.. Hrn'tf'.rd' county, rlnr* < North h.1 INI ji of thfNorthwtrtt ..
way I was standing in a small room "Dear M Iyrt h..lnl. u.a'I..r ( NWl 41 of thwNimhiiutt 1)111) for Dlvorc*
: hand ami the Htal of the Cireuit
teach one of the audience put- all..e IdnWIPNF S thi T'onnrnl.lf Jndtfe of theKuhlh MunrU r ( Nl-l-4k: uf BICtinn KiLlutriJ >Imor*.
the otheis examining an Court of (County Moriiln. rn : ; .
from "I wrote ou a letter I ntythrf < J t I owimhipIfil
apart ) a imipl"of and the offirliil I I Wf> | DiffrntUntOnlrr
on Cirrnll <;iturt. ,
interpretation" 'Judic.nl
1 thin WS'
a personal of Mona day .C-.h.a"p. .. Uiinife Twentyiw
I. -
alzlnl reproduction w..tk. ago. It was smuggled tl. w. '. 1.\ ii.nl' ." tho CUrk cf thi Pur. 0 (1221' !l /ol.h.; (' in anrf Noln t.un.'f for. 1..1.* and lubU.-

a >nj.istenl" exclaimed, nhe's Lila. in an intricate Florentine out by a follow and I hl,1, it uddresi '(- IKK. At.I dirk Bradford C ircu'I .Court.iCfipyt : .MaI .1.I w,'|| an. A hi.*D tilirnnttiri 1DJ8. *. thi. tho ufMnrch. } Eitfhty ((80'" ......n.nlnl. nmrv or Im.1 |I.MKMN; I '<1\(1 El.MOUR ..

Barry '! fiume"Alu. >ed t. Mttiuuiil, the gill I loin I K C MAY C..UIP. Cl. W AL.DPKMAN I O.C.nl.al. I U 1111. mmU. frnn 11 of

them. They're going wild )ou trying to behind' Kankakep to I Solicitor for Complainant 2-U.Hl-C-i Clerk Circuit Court, Brad'f Hull To qul-t. Till* .rnmplnlnt Iri tht. a'>M". .ntltltil nutu .
note of the aria hnd.Tie Itt t give you. I you f PAT.I) ford County Ilo.ld. Order of .'.bl.l.n ili.ft'ndnnt.' Kirhnnl f.I."n'I i n.n-.I.l
floating the smile ? You might as con- I received it write me in your next I MASTIRS HAl E I A. S. CRITWa.S.HciU To Martha (' I. rink .hnnd. 111'tihiM I id tit of l-.nriilr. 'm ov*'r tl ycftrf HIT*. n faint echo of liquid gol'I. the riddle of C Irink. Solomon' II. Tbompnon. 1 ;. .: nwulinw. th I .if Horlilni
with n hi MMI.
a letter 'I letter unili' anil hyvirtue for < nmplafnant | mo n *
I I cern ..vourself | sa> mg, got a frori Notice la hvrihy Klvrn that r > a.G-G.-\ and wif. <*atherina
married. A .
Danielle! cried 1.1..p 'rvirn of n.v on whom vou.il bind
avo! Bravo! of that final ditrre of fiinrliMtmmad /'I.h.n. Mrfllll andvife. .11..
1 will
', the sphinx. > Kanklkee. then know if the of March.A A. 1..I.p. C fvtiiliint' ,. CNUHI*, .n
.''owd "Fort Men! Bravo Pan- It was Barry who had come h.ttr went astray or not I don'tthink I,).and 19 .n..o on Honorable the ad day A. /. Ait.kinn Ntirit KIn M C. Mr'I.. If, dwuiee alive and*. If 0..1., orirranter to >r.ln miiHt li. hud .n tl.f*>nilniit hy pubOration .

Over and over alain they I I and was standing by my would do Juilne of the Fiuhth:, Judicial Circuit, their unkno.n I..t. .|>. erib >t| tiy .I" tn uch eaamIt
quitely good to .
Circuit.Hrndfor .
up it you any In and for Hralford County.Morlda. Circuit Court. Klrhth luol..1 U thvrMii on nnirf. il .1.., you Itichar, I Il
ed their lusty praise, visit me here as they will have one of "I..ld. In that *! County. .'orl.I.. In ChanceryVfindn In Martha C. frlnk and htuband. Lu- l>:Itriori*. defendant a for***a' s'dl. certain
In Chancery
magnif SIuna her rijrht | chi* C:. rrink, Solomon II Thorn i won, un- bill of mi. l
thrilled was I by the i- thinking how I'd between the Inmnn In own tmpla>nt n thit .* ntttl.
I "I just of the all the eaiuie therein Y. .
was guards and Cain.
time .ndln. wife.
I present and >*y *. M I.m.n. her riinband . | aanil .
music and by the undeniableph with that I .complainant L..t.p Htate l.nk. a err O. and
live the house M.JI th Rrailford County Itirirraph.nwnr .
hate to in you are talking to me. They the J. and Nen Friend. .n. 1.I" *
art and auainat .....
lll, deceased
1 atlon. .C..d.n. wife M or ,
not un- In .
that > Rtarh** BradfordCounty.
of Lemoyne I smile. She completely disturbs mv scared to death of and would Kowe and .'C. flattie, Rowe, and HarlowHarnett ComplainantV in the pruiftrty altuat* in Itradford County ." pubU.he. hi.rhy u < tth -

e last note had been sung did I poise. She says to me '1 know all i kill anyone of us if we gave them and 1..o"r County Bank a cornoratlon > Florida Railroad* Company, a corporation Inrtda' and hereinafter 0..1.11 .nwnpap*> .'In hfh) .11. .1..0. BO*
I .
hand had been and The Special Mauler To all rnorwi h.vln. .1.lmlnl .np'a.r..t .tail Dubllatacd for four
lize that thoughts a. <
my innermost vt .
about >onr : the.least opportunity to do so.i i I.n aald cauiie. appointed to execute aald I II l the r.lo.'no dr.d I.n. coriMf mvk*. .

d and held closely bv thet what do you know about anythin.I i "But as for being a pemtentairy decree, .I on Monday, the 6th day ofApril. i .rf.nt.a. N. t* lo witf \n.. at f.rk.. BradfoM r, nty. Flor.ila .
side A. during the leva! hour, I O.d..1 K..I| Heirin at th. /o"lh..1 cnrni"r nf .. of !>. (
at It.I
musician fUit t "
my about In
all me 124.
I and least this place is a big joke. We sleep I of dale, court houae door Inatarke 1 O" U.k. PC.n at Triangular IA" of the .ll ..1". A *:KM AN

sengaged my finger" just a 'I "You're very analtical N'est-ce. | in wooden buildings. There (Is a Bradford County. Florida. .ell' the THI'*,apprartnit Etc.It from the .llea'atlon* of th* : Town of I.awtey. aeordln.f tomap Cirri! of Circuit < urt. Brad-

t nt before the lights flared up. .pas ?" he observed. 1 t-foot wooden fence around these following dxccrtbed 'land., actuated In .worn hill' of complaint In th* abov* eaiwe.I or* plat of thereof r.o.1! mm In th th**aame.appear office 1-IO-U-8-l ford eou Florida
Florida, tho hicbeat
was no time for analyzing I "I'm more often thought of sis buildings with an armed guard ina Bradford County t I that th* aa renfdcne* or plac* .f buinaof I of the clerk of th* CircuitCourt Kn.Tna
bidder for each, tw tA defendant. th* Florid* RailroadCompany )L HOARD .. '
th *
tuation then" for the De. a Mayfly I'm afrid. but there are tower on each corner of the certain lot bclnc 7) feet by a corporatlnn, J_ M Jonca, Ida. In of l Brdor<*County". on pnv f* 3'. OP MB,. .t.Pt.ll'ISMTIUWTI.N

> were preparaing to leave a lot of things I'd like to know." I fence. These guards are In the I the 100 Town feet 'In of 8outhweat Lawtey. Florida corner,of or Block better..deicrlhed .- i i' N Jone*. C. M. 8prkmat) hia rlf Thoma*. Rdf *- and run"B.juth..rly aloni th* wet 'OLNTY. HTATB ..
burned from F.verlr an4 Martha Rverly edit* nf Htat H. ; Ifundrd LOID4
i my cheeks si "For instance ? during the day time from the Wtwt It feet on lot Carotin* ti"h
twer .bn. .f ward N r"ickeron and Mary and Sixty > .t
I toward* Barn mention the i. the, Town of L._. Th Florida Land andTmmfffratlnn of Klaf t t' IU.HOI.VED. it wlU IU.
to hi
lignation I had resolved not I a. m. to 6 p. m. At night we are Tiekernn .Ir. N.rh..t corner ..ui.
,1 Ida. calil ac U> be made pu.u.n' t a Tnn.ii Strerta : thene* |1001' oo t. tyjrha** pr prty. Mho*>
Pierce. subject at all but an imp of devil. locked up in our dormitories and I for th aatlcfactlon of .10 decree, with fl(.om..ny.. ...or."on.c..P. HR alon' th* North cdiv* uf W.t.lp aaidJackaon buiidlnii an *qmp aam* furniture

was talking with Mrs. !1. ment. an echo of the old Sallie, i instead of having guard* in the coat'*. I.n..a.H..k and Mr I.fl. M. .Crhrnnntinn. Street* On* Tho..n. One and appanktu* Then* bondahall brat
and bring B. M. JOHNS.Rpedal N W HkeU. If llin.. lundrd( and Sixty Hate of July I. |f?< th* tat* not In

"You wait liroddfd me on. tower at nigh they have four Maater ,. Chancery. **xlnianc*. are all unknown to> en ifil..tnnt. th* W"t tin* of an .I.F. .aH'n.' .; | eiceed *U per watua* pr Mtntim antl

," s"ld. then turning toou're "Why did you hold my hand' armed around the D E KNtGHT.SI.lt. and that ther* no pron la th* 8t* *fPUrfda midway between <* hall b* nayabl* **rkJry. O thooaan I

with us Sallie. the question walkinl for Complainant 1..1. known l complainant th* aervt** 8. thene* Northerly alonnth dollar* on July 1. It47 and moment .
come The inside fence. t th* firat lUy off
July .
I asked. I buildings of <
of auhpnena wnald I bind th* W. edv* .f .auf alley >.i' htHumlred ii.c .w.4lny
having a little party to cele- had been asked I would have given "There are about ten 'rlht' guys ,i NOTICB |t mn.d defendant*upon ov of the**), and and Hixty (Hfluj : **fh r up to and iD lodia* J0l I itsi.
I the Hfiuth lin* of aald hnnrta ahall b* couptn iwnd* an I
..emoyne's success much to have taken it back. A among the 750 prisoners The ** I I. relirvd r>r "complainant tha th Lot On* f U > Katiterly : laiuvd In dnomiaaUnn* off f IIMO QQ Mt(
1 *! th.ne
the Circuit Court. Klrhth Judicial are 'inter** th.
sitated a moment. discussion of personalities was rest are JR-kt. stool pigeons. Al Circuit.. Bradford County Florida. Jnl I'I r-roperty n.mo In..I..f.n"Hnl. ..thla no.lt and nmplaln- th* South (in* of ..10 !>>t On U W KIlKLJTKHII '

.ally no graceful way I coulJ mound to ensue. House hit one in the temple of l f harcerrH. 1 airi allMrr* that ih* dn** not la. and On.* Thouaitnd On. Hundred amii B WU.UIMS.
the i ty ((1110) f-rt U of bwtn.nlnvi
.1 to accept although I felt" ( Continued next week ) 1 head with a half brick the other L Tlllle.ComphUnant ,I b* *dlllv to .aiieertaln nt aeareh whether and Inqalry any ha of no* bwiahl **'iddefendant AM( > D..an..'pfilnt Lot On Utnf Hecretary 2 tNOTKB -<4

|urtlss would be uneasy if the day and almost killed him. Al has 1 *. who** atre, _' er th* town according t
I returned. E. L. Givins dishwasher and and Immigration Com off biralne I I. alleved 'ne. I* dead DP or plat thereof a aam* appear OF BOMD II If TIONBy
were late when Miami- got a pair of heavy chain shackles The Florida ** .. .o.a. of record In the offle* of the
other hand my at Miami Beach, literally came out pany. ..r'ia. .al, oe .1.. or 'In *vUtane op not. 'and It that I I. Clerk of th* Circuit. Court of Brad th* powvr vtvt* rivited his legs of
now. In the
o the been I on I aworn 11 emp'.lnt Florida. I>**d Book Florida, tb* Hoard of Put t
I He ha4<} receiving Pr..t.Bi >* lntnie
lr Cun.p. .
lita were far from sleep. of the kitchen. "The majority of the prisoners ".' Title. .h* believe* that .. ". firm* 81 A Io th* South f tion of Bradford C'oaaty. Florid*, breb*

trangely excited too. Why 160 a month for waahinA dishes : stockade ft .pp..rn. by the ._m bill of com and corpora*ion*, In..... I. aald Half (Sl-2*.r th* Northweat call* for aa altion to b i id at thchonl
( notified a local work outside' the fence or 1' I. the .b.. cattae. which property Involved I In thla who** nam:. Ur *Wwi-4> of th* I Fvomi in ftrookvr or. Tu *Mlar
I go home and go to bed i when he was 'and when they come back inside cauac la 0. to remove from title and I air*, residence) or pfac* of buln<* t* quarter f ami t : Mnrch JU. lyjf to dtrmlne whether or

it meant missing a good bank that he had inherited 150,000. i not searched odyworking to quiet the title of the complaint' to the I known to complainant and In aald I relief .tact T.NII.U (B 83of > 1 r .Llhf .Bpoo" r Spal Ta rtchooi D..
the dishes and didn't they are so an" > 'landa that ..deacrlbed In th. eald bill of I I. prayad aralnat *t ch known unknown th North Half I *hall bond for th* m wr t m 000 o

JCurtiaa could have postIhis ;i He dropped : outside could bring ," %'ls Complaint. that the Sheriff of O.Mo', defendant*, peraon*. firm* .n4 (Nl-2> 01h.* Northweat quarter for th* Putin** of *r ctln.r a hnol *a |.|

business engagement, it ; care whether they broke or not. or anything ua inside but County. Florida, haa made a"a I porationaTIIFRRFORR' (NW1.4I of the Northeaat quarterNK14) Ina purchaiiina property fur -m* > '
besides I I t t haltI the lummona in Chancery duly It I* orfierd that all peron ( ) of Hectinn T..n.F..h. aiuippln bnilrtln- with furu.Lur*. r u
to me and The cold snap which I to have some money A. tla naid ... that the ..,d aummona .Chan, *. firm* and corporation* ..mo .thi /f2K). Townahlp r> horilln* aaltl *ltlon at af 1 1 -*/ O. W
'j always be in Paris on I Palatka- two connection now where we'8,' CM,| C.I la unexecuted and cannot be eerved nolle*. If llvlnc or e.I-. If d. Ran** Twenty-two (f2) Eat. Con Barry M K Mathny aad A I, drW ar*

In the end I i hit this territory the pas elng 8' upon the Ford Land and ImmlitratlonCompany. or not In **latanc*. *. thlr tainina; |n all Ritfhty ((80) acr**. appointed mana *r*.
gala night. I has apparently over, I a rod for $50. We will net" | UOH. one of th defen* If* unknown Hir*. drvlae**. |1. **. mrmn* Mor* or 1 lea*. L. W. KICKUTKRH

I my conscience and decide nights pane that mean* $20O. ( Note: d.n. In aald kill of ow. t***, ._ and Ml.m*. and to all awron Yon. and each off you. .. rby r** CaSrtary
| after having done slight ] In. to aao I.Ua.of th. .Cmplaat I *. aad *orporaOon*, ktavin.y orlatmiov qulrKl to appear befor* the Irul Ior B WIGGINS.

the moment I entered the to the potato fields. I fers t pistol.) to elect officer, o appoint ..... and any inter*** ,. ._ vital* of th* Eujhia cfudlalal ClroM *

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t ", .. ', I se The TelcirraphVant Ads
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1 II Ilil .' 'I I, \."i I n"ul.nc 1 I ni rurrli, ,i i / '. I r '' -1 -
i "n I.I 1,1 i.i: |J"i i pig|' who POINTED PINEPARAGRAPHS G1"4 JfI".tto'S--,
I 1 spent $;0,00fl,00l( > in eradicating MliiTand tin -c-crctaiy nf t'n FI

[ & 1 1By .title tick, ,ilo not wnnt their state Growers' Association is ordering Stubborn Coughs
t. ::-s Farming g to become re-infested. Pine straw and handling the details. some .if Ax Tas.ufass I

t I from tick-infested, areas in Florida the farmers in the proper selection O. 11. L. Wernick.
: of fertilizers, and they have made President Quickly Slopped
and shipped through Georgia; as I
( 1C F. Ward County Agent) good savings. Pin. Inatitut of America, Inc. Chili ,
bedding for watermelons is apt to

G c cause a reinfestation of that state i Pasco-The dairy work is com. I Invigorates, Purifies This New WayIt I
this month
Some planted
with: ticks. We certainly cannot crops
; FARMERS ftJ. j ing along well, and several new Blood
and harvested next. Some takea Enriches
for are
AM .cas .-' .'A.4M EXPERIENCE AND METHODS FOUND B! blame thu Georgia people I men are planning to bring: in good Fruit trees take several is often surprising I how, the mont
themselves in the year.
... TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY LrSOW : I ing to protect i dairy cows right away. The great. Nut trees take nine to fifteen persistent, hacking cough that not only
r work they have already dune. They I lest trouble seems to be in finding years. robs you of strength anti strep, but often
.n a S757S S7ST452.S2St5z5'25252525252. ooo oo | do not want to work a hardship on years to meet carrying
S4C7 ------ I good cows for sale in ticky terrli lends to more serious trouble, yields"
of Florida< melon growers: but rather I ch..rgeAll of them require a Power of quickly} to a simple but wonderfully
GRASS; past i
CAKPKT to forget their experiences tory. great deal of care and protection Strange
I to prevent, Florida melon growers elf treatment.
AND LESPKOEZA FOR years when damage: was bad. They The land must be cleared, the soil
informa- from Innocently sending them some Alachua-.Farmers in Lacrosseand This treatment fa based on the prescription lk
PASTURE THIS MONTH will regret or discount the I cattle ticks, which they have worked I Archer sections are planting prepared, seed or seedlings bought, Kcxiear., r-Mustang known Lr. King's New Liacovcry -
the Florida Experiment -
ion that and ?
1 I the young plants cultivated for C'oiiKlis. You take just one
rid of.
hard to be
Gainesville\ Fla..March Is a Station workers have accumulated, I a good: acreage watermelons cu. fertilized. Generally they must be leaponnful"l| boil time mid result spell but trouble The state veterinarian Dr. Peter cumbers and Irish potatoes. Irish throat for 15 21)!( ..Is before
good time for sowing pasture grass and the can I cpruyed from one to half-a-dozen LinimentPenetrates )0"I your or : wcon
nuxturen of carpet groan and lespe. ... Bahnsen realizing that some potatoes are up to a good stand, and times during the season. Even thena swallowing it. The prewriptinn bass
E. Stokes and Therefore Mr. Ensign: itwell ; thing must be dune to meet the situation ( prospects, are good.: doubleartiton. It not only soothes and
t.c'ga, says W. grass says wind, or a frost, or a rain or a Through the
heal and irrit; ition but it
remember to called the Macon conferenceto soreness u
of the Experiment l he well for us to them.
i'rage crops specialint Columbia Farm work is well under bug may get
!'ISCUNS the matter He had been ', > to the Bone-Drives quickly removes the phlegm and congestion
Station. Carpet grass do these things. food amifeed thinking of requesting a federal way with better .seedbed pre It takes longer to bring a pine Rheumatic Aches, whit are tliu 'fit ia/ ie of night i A'
nnd !lespedeza lire recommended fur I. Provide first for service of paration' in sight for spring plant. :I crop to the point of yielding prof. Cuts Cruise and coughing So with the cause removed.
cotton shipping point inspection ,
:;ood land in northern und western and then plant !ing than for any year recently. A itbut! it also yields more, and counhiiiK stops quickly| lour sleep undisuirbcd -
t and for good 2. Plant only good 1 seed of trielvarieties. Florida melons to determine that and the entire cough condition -
Florida carpet grass I number of farmers are inquiring longer, and surer. As a matter of fluffprrr. from rheumatic arlir r T
in the !Plant at least one bushel they were bedded in tick-free ma- I I scion disappears|)'| i'
lands anywhere
flatwoods 1 realized about better planting seed security, I'd rather loan money on .aloe Mild HIM** who are truul>lutt (r adotore
tfriul. Florida growers Dr. I< New is for
Ktatp. pT sere than other mew muarlea nr mimniMl Joint cnn inl's Oisrovcry I 1 ,
Where thin mixture is lining sewed U. Only rich, well prepared lunrl"h"M that this would greatly: handicap Okeechobee-Have two-acre demonstration 1 a I know.pine crop on any crop I wonderful and cpiUk relief 'I'lrouuh! coughs, chc"-l l didon, I roat, hoarse- ..
I them in and I IINR of a preparation, known PH Mt'\ n'O", lirimhiti-, <.pi iiiiiflir: croup etc. chat
shipping expensive
for the first tlrni on land! the )III' planted. field of string beans! '- MuslnnK I mill nt It are us ti |>... I II I line fur rhililun .!. well as tan
land should be cleared and free of .1.I Use from 200 to 1111I')( pounds: dnluvs And so they promised planted six weeks ago: that will pro I ho mo".. iiiinc-r to !prr" o' 'oIi"1\ mi I,.in,ilu( ,tun. Economical grownup i'.
I \ wer
at the time to use the tick-free excelsior in .urfaee of tliiKkln, ,dn-ntic 1 I the i'rt h
of and under .f highcrudeferlilirr duce flT>00 worth of beans at /
dead bunches gnins: ? present SUBSCRIBE TO ., .. ..inn piI.t too, as I tin : >w i 1. ontone teaspoon- i t of"
preparation of ,f This should analyze betiding, : all melons shipped out ofquarantined .n iiHUi dlill: bihlp all | 'ills. Ask 1
growth. Thorough ,planting prices.FOH THE TELEGRAPHWHGLEVS ,ml I ar mIdrieonlto puin, fut :\t J"I;; tinul for ; tivoic]
the land before planting where this about! M.i-Ii: When rnttnn IK sheippe areas of the state. a I It 10 unlit/ the !Mi'xli-nn MUIHUUK 1 a .
is. possible i." also lii-nef icinl!. Ten pounds > application,inlnln limber'I'be end) ulniunt n<>llila magic hv thin.. ,' > i' Bar',
fivp to ten pounds. of lespedeza <'re should be added aa side. II from the time it arrives until it is Mculran Muitnnn l.lnlnn for" DISCOVERY d S

"..... l't'ed per 1'"*.** virl "roll'lc'H nail dyes,:in", bedded. in the car, and must be handled I i o YEARS I wo ,oil!,, .e puin sail fur htNiHuK.. ,.utd .,\ min,
into I brui i mHkHA Ib uer\' n'er.on' v :. hear
Tightly. RcruU'hrd in with a weeder) I 5. Begin dusting or mopping so that it does not come I romi'ilj AIIlrIlKIII.I-n'III1\hu" ;". COucHS 3'; he I,
or' spike-tooth harrow and kept with poison syrup mixture when the contact with the ground and become 1 I Minting Llulmunt or can'Kit It fur ;:.

iiKtwcO or grazed: t-noui.h to keep largest SIIUIIIC-H are uliout the size infected with titks. Affidavits must, ru..u;.;.m oil has been a worldwide I with

'don weeds and tall native grassesthi of pens and, repent every 4 or 5 I be made in duplicate for each carload remedy. for kidney,liver and I. ] ,II mak

summer wil result in the "15. ULIJ until June 10 or 1:,. The pois. of melons stating that theyare b'n follows Mix bedded in clean excelsior One *_._-' -,.. _- --- ---- 'was
ll"hmpnt of good permanent 'on should bo nlllleIII/ : ,
1.a n
I 1 'urr.bsso::: arid!uric acid conditions. lie
be I
and : of calcium arsenate in 1 copy of the affidavit must sent
I pasture of rai'ft| ,;rue .ehpudeza .; pounds
in 12 lu 1S months. I 1rnl"i!
Once entaMishe'rl' no more planting paste' is formed. To this add ,I und one copy must be attaches,.!r. > Gf;) r; MIS'' 'I, .. ; :,,, 1

and rt".arnt'in{ err netrsuntjust 1 .jnTon nf-Mjrup and stir thoroughly : the bill of Jading ,N" "RLEM OIL I

keep grazing the pnsturo Mop every plant with this mix. I This might be called a'gefltle- Do you want a complete fertilizer for all crops grownin '''fluesW I 1 ing'

and occasionally during the summer t lure, pressing the mop down onf> I man's agreement between Florida 1 Bradford county, u fertilizer made from sulphate of r :}i

run the mowing machine over the tip of every plant melon growers und Dr. liahnacn! orrect Internal l troubles,stimulate vital .stet Ammonia tankage, nitrate of soda, murate of potash, 1 Voice

it to cut allY weeds und small shrub 1. I 11"! t'lere! are many squares I Georgia state veterinarian. It is organs.Thr'ilri." I .All)!druggists. Insist (Ay.Rti I high grade German sulphate of potash, goat manure I I!let I'll
growth. \pun tined about the first of July, very important, however, thatI on the oriainnl' Reni.'nr ron, **'DAI
and acid phosphate?
r :Seed! of carpet and, lespcdezii can the calcium arsenate dust should be every Florida grower live up to jkimat.on
be obtained from Southern serde.wen. ..'i.. ni>nry four or five days, re- I the agreement. One grower by r' ._ 1 <> ,,)Il I Then tryE. : ,

6e your county agent or pouting: Immediately when the dust I, failing to comply with the terms of \ O. TAINTEIfS "BHAI>FOnn 'OUNTY SPECIAL" \ cones

write the Kxpi-riment: :Station if f in wnsh"<' off by the rain the agreement, could! cause a lot 3vice-4' Guaranteed Analysis '. \1 Th,
terested. -- of future trouble for all melon i nth
--- .KI.LS I AtlVANTAr.F.S: AND .. r.. I Ammonia not less than ________________ 4 Per cent I. It
-- in the state.
growers '
rehaunt .r'ot.
-' CUTWORMS: MAY GIVE I PKOCESS\ : OF DEL1NTING -----. -- (Th.v fau.hf rn..Al/ I K.wl I Potash not less than ________________--__ 3 per cent lowourt
nd w'-rrr' I Available Phosphoric Acid, not less than 71-2 per opi,
Gainesville Fla.-Dclinting cotton I REGULAR SPRAYING sPLN, I HANDY PACK List Price $10.50 per ton. f. o. b., Jacksonville, Florida. own

Quincy, Flu.-Cutworms caused seed with sulphuric acid has I -- WHAT wa the D..leretlo"t t-ondorj I I Cash with order $::15.50; f. o. b., Starke or Lawtey. ury.

vunHiiierabla dttma" ,, tel newiy-nul been found by the Florida Experiment i I Gainesville, Fla.-Due to high WHY dun tin data for E*st.r versa Fits handpocket Car lots of 15 tons or more, $1.00 per ton less. acio
tobacco plants in Florida and UtorKia be cheap WHEN wii Me greet pyramid of and pp::
Station to a very price for potatoes, a con"ider..bleacreage Cheom built II pumaNor.
last season and might possibly method of decreasIng I For Sale by iris
and satisfactory is being planted to this HOW can you dlmlngulah/ a malarial' I
repeat this year according to F. S. the amount of disease affectingthe crops this year. Although much of moitqucor'WHZKS for year money r her

Chamberlain: assistant entomologist cotton seedlings, Increasing the it is off to a late start on accountof Is Canberra, tobrugg t ..4 tk. fe.st P.pperml.ttlewls:3w..tfarasymooy I J. L. HarrellLAWTEY f.
I wae the Mllltaoy) of th. SlaahM> I Sh.ideei.
insect investigations U. S. germination and Improving the wet weather, /tillit should comeon Ara lhaaa".Ie m.n"rvlng von too' ,
Department of Agriculture. Mr. quality of the plants.. The method in time to secure good prices. Gin thant an opportunity by placing

Chamberlain says that heaviest infustatiena is particularly effective against diseases The good prices in prospect for ,II I WEBSTER r I II .....fir WhW P.K. Handy Pad I FLA. I eI, It t,

have been observed to like angular leaf spot that the crop make the question of disease gt S. year Dtaler'a Cocater qr H .*arn,

follow milL winters, and for that are carried over from year to year prevention doubly inportant.Late I NEW INTERNATIONAL t tI I 1..,_ .... _ _ ....." ... __ Y\ Thin">
bason Infestation may not be as on the lint attached to the seed. A blight is a serious disease that

heavy thin spring, but it ia well for considerable portion of the anth. effects Irish potatoes more or less! I II r spi
tobacco growers to be prepared to raenose spores carried on the seed every year. Some year it may not I II ion

I oison cutworms to prevent pos- ore also destroyed and the amount be serious. but the grower can DICTIONARYiI I( 'old
Bible damage. ,of damping off caused by this orrnnism scarcely afford to take chances.Dr. I 1 !W ]1 1I

It has been observed that cut Tn-atly decreased. However L. O. Gratz, assistant plant I em

worms arc most numerous on land delinting: is not effective pathologist working on potato dill a lent!

which" has rrcviomilv been covered against rhizoctonin damping off, senses has found that late blight ; Immediate[ constant..lasting_?. trust I Keeping costs down do.

with green vegetation: especially for this disease in in the soil. cnn be effectively cortrolled with worthy. Answars all kinds of ques hex
rye or oats. It is necessary to have Dr. A. F. Camp, in charge: of I either 20-80 copper-lime dust or 1 I.I I- tions. A century of developing, 1 "Wi
the land free of green vegetation cotton investigations nt the Station I 11.50 Bordeaux mixture The bor enlarging and perfecting udder exacting i min

for at least 110( ilavs before tobacca has found that delmtod seed can Beaux should be sprayed under a care and highest scholarship \ and tell

plants are set to he reasonably .sure he planted! with a Cole planter using pressure of about 200 pounds. It is insures accuracy, completeness, /--1 servIce up rm!"

of freedom from the pest. I a pea or similar plate and a important to either spray or dust ) compactness WHl fore.cUp.authority..of th.' Nn. BWrf.. .. "I I And

If the tobacco grower desires to considerable saving In seed effect.ed. before evidence of tho disease is I j"You of ..rn. .h..' and Jury India." .oi.Cap.ra.L.o... .":. Too e Ir the
keep a cover crop on his land until One-half bushel per acre of seen in the field", to prevent the taw. nunlne' Ohio publ.-. tr'WO..od/y e a w
e.N o'otUo.
shortly before selling/ time, the I seed when delmted will IIpl'ur.-li I sease. Once the disease gets: dl-I II C.aC.. MERRIAM CO. IN this complicated economic age, when consumer nc'siBcf.

number of cutworm in the soil may stand. where one bushel of untreated start, it cannot be controlled. S--. .....Itaat,U.S.A. EM.I.JI dependent upon the efficient performance of in- .

generally be redurted by the use seed will be needed.A first application of spray or dust I dustry for the necessities of life\ it is not only good ndiII
of a poisoned bait A bait made of cheap grade of acid such as is should probably be made about the business but also ,
an obligation of
: industry to costs
50 pounds whcnt: bran or shorts, I used by fertilizer companies, is effective time the plants arc six inches :tiigli.: keep kr t<
: to
pound, Paris green and water to hut requires slightly more Additional, applications .should'" he consumers down and service to them up.
brA"n moisten" and Rives poison gaud:should. results.be thornugly The\ grades...ci.1lnd stirring than the better I made every 10 days., or two weeks. I A AQIZING PAIN I \ The Southern Railway System has achieved operating biun

> mixed while dry and then moistened Prepare for delinting by getting ,' . e economies which enabled it to operate last year on freight Imov
with water. The mixture: two large wooden tubs and boring a EXTRACTS FROM ('()t'NI charges that averaged 16 per cent lower than in 1921.

should not be madu sloppy. large. number of inch holes in the I I, TY AGENTS'; REPORTS e QUICKLY BANISHEDTwo i iI Ifell..d T/trmniportttion* thmSnurfatrn imtfiffp These reductions applied to the 1925 traffic meant a pita

After the land has been put in bottom of one. This tub should I . 0 S e e shipping rhrg public. iv
rendition for setting, tho bait should then have the bottom covered inside o/JO tonmo/freight one mtto
Duval-A of only JS onf"
he broadcasted over the field Beetled last is applications of homo
rate of shout. 20 pound (dry srr' 'n .forming a strainer. Provide 100 acres year a greatly increased taxes. In 1921, the Southern paid in

weight) per acre. The application wooden paddles for stirring very promising demonstration suitable for flat of remedy gave complete relief c) taxes $3.80 of every $100 of its gross revenue, while ettot
should be made toward sundown Place about a bushel of seed in! pasture grasses
last it had
cut-over pine lands. ; I year to pay $6.39 of every$1 VV. This Increaae \
\ and several days hrfort'setting. If the tub w:thnut holes and add from DflVt su'irr-dn't 3 wait for naln: to in taxes is equivalent to $6,500,000 a
a heavy ran' follow immediately 10 to pounds or :3 to 4 1-2 quarts ColumbiaThe local, hatcheryhas ,lust wear off. Give it relief at once 1 a year.

the application should. be repl'utI.1; I according to grade used, of sulphuric 'Int'reused its capacity by the .i ill a very simple home treatment.'I' The service of the Southern has been kept Its .

If cut worms attack the young)j 1 acid Stir vigorously and addition of n 1-000 egg incubator "I could l not sleep or do my work," is larger and the up. capacity
plants the same mixture ran hn i"_ "ont'"" -" -iv until the send have making n total capacity of nearly writes a Washington, D. C., woman, physical condition of the property t
ed. It should he scattered! down the formed n sticky mass anti the lint 12.000 but now I ran walk and do my work i better than ever before. In fact, it has spent about

rows, making sure that it dues not bee be ." dissolved, :, Pelinting eggs.Ray and .sleep at night. I used Sloan'sLiniment $112,000,000 in the last three years in making improve.
twice it relievedno
touch the young: plants. should' be i"mplete In less, than 20 About 1,100) acres are be. : of try only pain. It is just wonderful ments and for new equipment.
---. minutes and! will he more rapid if ing planted to fruits in the county I "will never be without it."

PREPARE TO COMHAT rhMb. i 1M ." n warm place- this year. The watermelon acreage This is only one letter But It Is I II The Southern is rendering a larger and better serviceat

BOLL WEEVIL: 1KIKK When dilintmir.. Is complete fill : is being increased. I typical of thousands that the makers a lower price, and is promoting the welfare of the

ON corroN THISKH: the tub quickly with water. Keep Hamilton. An extra amount of lof bluan's have received, testifying to industries and agriculture of the South by keeping iu
plenty of water on hand to be poured -- the amazing relief that Sloan's gives costs down and its service
Fin."Thirtytwo fertilizer is being bought for corn. to kind of muscular pain. / r'n up. 50IIII
Gainesville, I over the mass m order to prevent every 11
years' experience with the boll wee henttng Stir the seed up MmlisniiFive, hundred tons of ;, No need to rub, it's the medicine itself .,
vil in the United States has shown, I thoroughly in the water and acid fertilizer bought co-operatively has that does!' the work. Just pat it
number 01 weevils going\ into and then the whole n/4s into I on.Instantly sends the fresh.healing I
j pour been delivered to date. Club boys through the sick tis
hibernation there has invanbly ,I the strainer tub which should be used an 8-4-4 fertilizer under th..irI I. andtingling: simply .Rocleanandeeo |

that in wet yearn, irrespevtice of | placed so it will drain. Wnsh the cotton list sear and 30 of the 500 ..yto uue too. Getago. I
been heavy loss resulting from weevil i seed, thoroughly by pouring water I tons bought in the county this year I today. All druggists-35 cents.

activity,' says M. R. Ensign, ex. i I over them and stirring. Then theymay has been 844.
tension entomologist "For the past' be spread out anti dried preferably ; I I (I II r I I p txanM I II.

two years in Florida dry hot I I I AWRY from sunlight. Palm Beach--Started a new club Sloan's

weather has. prevailed during the I i Sulphuric acid will eat a person's nt Boynton and made arrangementsto I i
critical period of the life of the' flesh! or cotton clothes, und care start one at }Del ray. Find that L ttjroln.t

cotton plant. Precipitation records |!'should he exercised to keep it from club work is gaining in popularity i
for the past 33 years show that for I petting on the hotly. Do not put it among the boys.

the months of May anti June there I'n' metal containers.
of wet anddrT 1 --- -
r U\ a tendency for a cycle .I
alternating. The wettest Kl'KAl.! :' SKNSE: I '
years years In the past have been 1890.! "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made? I. '

1900, 1906, 1916\ 1919 and 1923. (By Spuds Johnson) I i )2

Providing this condition repeats as t'LORIOAIF.LOS: GROWERS !
in previous peroids, we may look SHOULD CAREFULLY SHIP \ We Would Make It"I

for May and June of this year and IN TICK-FRF.E EXCELSIOR I II

next to have afore- trran normal i I SIMON PUKE AND GEM BRANDS S
ralntan. 1 Representatives of Florida mel. "Time Tried and Crop Tested"

.It seems that the chances for on growers in conference with 'I New !PRICE LIST of regular brands. just issued Get same beforeplacing I OUTJLRN
or Georgia trOWel'and' the Georgia
c .the planting of a large acreage order. Send orders now for futurp requirem..ntsavt'; delaysand
1{ c ton In 1926 in Florida are great; state veterinarian nt Macon on be ready when fertiliser is needed. Trasportation U slow and i
March 20 promised that the Florida
that the chances for a season may be worse.
development of the growers: would use tick-free excelsior RAIL WA 4
to the IUAUTY first FAIR prices, prompt Shipment. SYSTEM'Elie
equally bright; and In bedding melons that are to
weevil are
boll because the weevil has done bo shipped through Georgia from E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY t
for the past two yenrs, tick quarantined Florida territory. Jacksonville Duval e
light injury County
Florida should live Florida Southern
the tendency of the growers will be Every grower s 3 T51t '- the South


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"But we have not had enough .wlna .th. f.Uu.of ..10 eorpormtlon toI I i ploco*. lota or parcola of land tyintf *.n"I..n" I County of nrdon Of or bofor* thfi
HONOR | I within tho State FlorUIn .n oft In Bradford county Stat. of Florida, nth rtar of Ap.l. D. 1U28. the ..m.
SYSTEM money (since we have been here to t I f.h.. or mtpnt upon whom prorwm un b and diwcribcd .follows : !, b-tn' a nil* 0.1. at th* Cour llouno ofaaiil

keep ourselves in cigarettes. The 1 ; and It '. that ppocmii ... Th. N.rthiant qimrtpp of KnrthwontVuartrp County. .. a Complaint
.o .rn. f,hd .. In aaid Court th*>
I I .. jeorporat inn fort of Section (IB) Alao .Int you hI
boxes that sent dn "t .10 Thl.lp.Fv.
arc us not get .o .
who thoyt
I ho fn.I.. .f na.il 10.1..1. t rlrrtI 1. (Ki., Si S..n t ; ). Fitihl Mhov* n.m" t'.ml.I.ln..I. .
NOT A FAILURE much of a shake-down. Tty open I I offlcrm or..ap.xilnt aifcnta anil owlnar to ,1 Ton ((101. Elovon Ml). t, work I diwcrihod, quiotod til. 1 In th*thom la.l., othrrwi horoInabov -
faittir of natd corporation to have Twttvo ( Thlrtoon M>. *nd Fnnrtocn -
them in front of us the .h. ltakon .
up I : I th* of Hill will >
with n tho Slut* of rlnrMn HU oflirtr "fMkoht 114)) lyln and Winir In thu Southfa>*tqunrtor .1.I.n. .i.
different articles out to see whit uH> whom pmcma can bo MTV-M!. of MUI.h."t quart or. Hort'ion. a* ..nf..1. by y.
li (I. ordirtd thin ordt'r
. 'they arc, but they do not examine nnd thnt there tn no r.-nion .In ttir Statei 'w..n.Nln. ,i. >" nnd 1''w' UN Firlyaddition i.,hhoh.I f..h.one* larh wook.h.t for f.,ur (h

The nonor system nt FloridV, them close'lv. So I want you to >f F>'lorldn thi.nt>r\tro of a nuliporna upon Town of 1..rk. : A Ino a part rnnw-cutivp wook* an to the nhi... namolIvfrndanta ,
wi'tiM *niicorporation\ .01 It of Six I A I. am'* of .mo.n'ln. attho '
th Iford r1ofrrnph
t..I. in lira t <. 'tv -
State Prisem farm at Rniford is
'; not send me a big box. In it you can aliio niMMnrinufrom" UK. nw"rn hi ofomHtitnt N.rh.t .... land f.rm..lp a niwopaiwr' of KOIM.ral. ,i illationpiiMMi.xl .

A fiure. according to a copy send me a cartoon of Strikes In the abm. caitm.. thiit ...1.l itwtuil Swi nt mil run Knot to aliiu 1 .m HHI,1 I <'. '"I' .
Lucky) ill.ncoN of tinilt ft.,,la nt ft tin.n tinrmslti dhldmtl ictionn lS\mty' Hut.t and : my hnnt ..., t of thU
ri/htld rlrr ',1 in the Flor a box of cnnely n pound e>f coffev, ..I. tho .'1.,11 land and hitniiaini'"'t lu,'nty>Sino. thrnro run Month on HrotionMTU (' \\1:1"tut dny of Mnrrh \ l>. lOCfl.

Digest an all-state weekly tabloid a box of elommo lump sugar, a Company, a .0r."rnlh.l. Jamin T Sotitir 'O >.nrdn thi.nn. \\itil, Mouhpm" .. <1, VN Al IM KM\N

b.r. IJ1Ug the CllJltfessions which reaehed he-re and' rfithn Mdl",'. a* TruNttoi fur Ktnr, ...rtu.r of land fortm rl'>' o" itf d h,' P \ Clrrk of I ho ( i t Ourt.By .

newspaper couple of jars of jam, 1 c'lkC. some 1.11 1"I.n,1,1 I'"n'nn., a .rporntioiiilli **wm(. Ih..n..Nn"h'" atartmit ,..Inl. ponti OAK Niniir.

a. wi1fe .... s teid.ny nuts and fruits, a couple of pmr \\ II. I..n'. M. H..II ttm.. .>f,. .1 I IC nut four Mt ncrmi morr nr h**. In ('SF\I. !I. y CUrnSlINCKIrrOKO .

** "r-* ri 'lie article in full be. box of : l,.tlHhton. M ."m,.. I untn 1 1.tun hi" -Mr!'i.'n) T. nM .Niiu, ..U nl.r:t thi* .1"vl : A IlltHVV
Vf ; appears of sox a pound of t''I. n tiff. K. O *;inr\in. an pHHfor In chnritonnd I. I in,. (In ToMnnhlp !U (Al !Mlth MimtfOru.ntttno *<> h."o' fop Complainant' '

I Illautr.aW I u nnd huge box of tlu* l'n.l. of tht. Am* ricnn M t. 'ittiir F..I. "I'itm.ia. Morlda.r .
by Paul Robinson (dados Rt&sAI 'Despite recent l'n. 1 \ritinl (.h"inh and O Pni M>rieh, iiuliMduallyili I.l ai p.nr to of "mptnlnt filml

nnnounCllent p"pEr. .", huitinfii*) no C. 1'nwnpr' ch M Com in tintd caiiiio, on or boforo tho rifth day "' \TF OF .'I.nllH.
o.w..... .... .. ........ I..I*** *S il rtate officials they were ."You can put in canned fruit. or ,into,mid Mm I 1.ouinn, 1,1.1', arc all unluiu .r \.rl, A. f' 1D2A othorwla. th* allryatotiM l '>rNIY n. I IIH'OIU>.

forced to replace guards at the I anything think of to in MI n. nnd thnt thirtt *.." In thoStato i tin* f u, i 1 ill wttl. bi. tiiKon an con. 1 III1(1ia( : C :lr.'V ,,t t1, 'uritroinni
you f,1 of rlnrlila thi* mTxicr of milmin''* fi.NNI .1 airnlnftt you. a trii. and "" ''' of th oriuinalopdi

A WOMAN TI ,\NS. PeWights' apartment I was conscious state prison furl; Sjpennendent i ( Continued on page: ) tii'"' .hi.m MOI M bind naid' di.fi.ndnn:.. It IN furthir ordi' thnt fhl 1. notlro bopul .P of imhl'ratton mn.'. in .,. d raunon

FORMED) BY LOVE J. S, Bitch here emphatically denies nnd thnt it In lntli\rd h th, 1'iuni>InuiNnthat ,li.h.il oiiii ....'for u ui luimfculivvwrokti fill. my offic *.
of the luxurous atmosphere the honor -- tho mid tuimid d..r..).datitii whim* rr.1.l ldinitiN I' In thi. Irn.nr". l ountv T."h., <'Ail"! .'UUI.M..h t. A. P

of the place. Our host was a collector s 'st"l which IUT rg- nnd amfi .unknown to ..ml.I.ln. a wookly n..n'' '' .f iiniral circa!la Hon.publmhrd 11128.
The curtians of the box parted to he instituted after Intintilid thi* >roprtv innld .. Hrndfortl Flop. n w Aim UM\N
loon taking FI.Mh ant in i in Starki county.
with Court of .
inmate desire In tho FlurUIn .
an to th
po (1."lt not Clerk of Cirr t Cmirt5FM
admit BarrniKton Fierce. He entered charge of the farm eight years ago 1 Judicial I. Innd hr Ilr.lo,1 n thi* Mutt. ami that .ml.lnl".nt IdnWITNF .I lly C. A. K IGHT.l .
sets exquisite and from all rtalnwhither < '
things "now and **n' .t born .11. to a*< < tho tlonunbto Ju-'w of th* .
and reseated himself has failed. County. In Chancery.l.uln . mp y chrk.
in thu '. nd of.flrlal \.2
yald tho
i Fftfhth l..n. and
over the world he had assemble Yarn and Yarn her h..nd.f. any .1,0.1 .1..1.
chair directly bchinj mine. Simultaneously "The honor system, which per. 1h''n. di ail or allvoIhonfiiro. .. tho ( Icrk of thi* .o.r. a* TA"i
rare tapestries, old bric-a-brac and It la ordrd that the ald woll hi thia thu ofMnrch "rTt'KAP'uTI '
the mils to 1 W. P. Nickrln. A. A. Durdtn unit C. ; OFTHK
of a .
curtains the stage inlaid cabinets which the l prisoner roam this 18, E .noun drfendftnta who ar. h. rvtoforff nam A. P 19-8.
were drawn, revealing the third art gave 000 a'r. farm at will, to''I I IfMrpvr.It aiiprarinv, by nworn bill of complaint "d In thia ordt.r. if 1.ln.. and, If d<..I. I Ii O W AII>FRM.V.Clorlt C KiPNAI. .T'TV1

of "Manon." rooms a personality at once compelling his honor not to escape truatinl, th.I|I that W P. NickHn. on* of th. dpfemlantaI i art...a .1.lmo. .. undrr the aaidkiutwn I CI1 ("ur. Mra.l- not,.* ia irtvn that I O Maton -

and bizarre. There was a non-rralilpnt of the 8mteof .nd d.r.n""ln .f""I. (PFAI 11 fo,1 F..d. of "la .
in thia !I. *
honor of each 'I I pu.h. Ml. Ifl. .
"It's all right whispered a prisoner to watch .u.t div.Mntil or uthrrwiBo, and that all p iwonawtuimitomrr A. CKEWS
faint hint "f exotic incense in thf J rt-miltm at boot Hati I Av**> nuralior rmiroctlvoly 2H4 SHtt byth
voice from the shadowy box. It was air. the other still is in vogue here, but I nni*. We.t I'hl.dolphl.. I''nn.pl..nl.and that may bo nr aro intoivatrdin doirribod Solicitor for Complainant. H B.a.4 2. la* i.ollortor of Hradfon < ountyI .
I In thli milt -
in modif!c-d that in the .. of tho pmpirtv I Involved ---- 'li.riila eald .. brlim itod July\
form. I ..111.
who and he th. .n
Barry spoke continued "
and boittr In .
lyinir t
A long 41 h. I and *ald c. rtlficato*
refectory table of black Horiiia. thn m of subpoena upon i : I H HAI KNotlcp 1'21. .
talking with his heuil bent close to marble Superintendent Blitch himself i i.* ; uhimi would bind the aaid d..f.nd.nt. and "t.C. I'y7..h.I to-wit I ITh C'CM"IMMIO'FH' tn ,, .olfiiu hav* madi* ..."I..I.n

mine so that the others might nut with crystal WHS of pleasingly jade appointed which re-sponiible for the ree'ailing of u'' that the aaid defendant 1 over tha ana I, quartir* No.h..f 1..U"o HA..1.Itiwnnhlu r of M.'h.A. t"u'h.nt In "ri.by irlttn .h"f un.fi'r find hvvirtue ,law fr,' t.i .li.. ti. inmio in ....t.n .I.h VNI 19KM
green of
twenty-one yeara. of that ibcroo of
: cirtaln
hear. He referred to the intErview exactly harmonized with few guards to the farm. He went | IT IS OIinFRFD that Kanito 23 .t. ..n.ln. 40 arron mo. intir \ in tin* Court for l.n..U.n.. Sa'd rorlifirnttHi rpn *rtv.*ly "0'' .arm th* i" ur
the gown to Tnllahnm TIFR.FOnE. or li he had had behind ce and asked th ald F Nlckeli. do IIY 29thiliiy Ilr."o.,1
just the the on *
scenes and prison d.l.nd..t. .p of complaint filod County FI..hll. "h.n..p. .,. .
jewels of Mrs. DeWight had, to appear, to tho .1 a HH nt th lauan**
bill thin .
board for these IMar to the of enmiilninl li. of Jununry. A I'>. IMa.fi in an mtionfor .
with Lcmoynv. "She's promise to chosen for that night. guards and the'V at Starke. Florida. on the Uth day of I I In aaid cauno. on or .furo Monday tho partition Ih..ln pondmtc whtninI of aurh n rtifiral.** th. naim, rmi>.tl"f -
make for were granted. Mh. day of April. A. l>. 1928. uthorwla* and h..I.n'... pnrtfoularly nt" forth to*
up do "She readily After that April. A. D 1UJA an required by taw .n.1I.nt I homiiH 11 ll mil* y In (Complainant
always uses her je'wefit for the t thia order published four ennuiruth tltn alii vatlonn of Raid 1,1 w.1 bo t.k'nn. Ni.n.nit l'y.l. a widow. l M.'h. ". au .i:
I some of her very Lust work. It the colour motif in giving a dinner report ongmated, either thru 'e In b County Tel ..nf..d. I fdow. A nnlo riunkHt 1.1.and.C H. .1'lunkitt e.rl'( .".1o No. IS. ,.mbrai.w : 11 1-*

was a sweet thought of yours Sallie members e>f the prison board or uiaph" w.k.. Ur.II.r at Starke.. I U furthor ordiTod that thl or.lrr t hi>r bunban,I .'Inni' ('"rh.t.n. and \\il.1.I ".. .f * explained Andre Moilere who now.p.p.r pubh.he wn-k for f" rirctiui. 41. i fl. i Itanpt"
from "hl.h.1) on... .on..uU. I, in ('aililon hir husband Nobl Wllk-I u fU,
and thank you for makmir me hud followed some other source, that Florida's F".ld. thtf llradfnM County lihurnithn and ImttrVilkincon h huhnnd.Mm tit Flint: 11 acroa. Mtmimod; A 1..1 I 1..n..I.1 1Crtiflrato
my and caught ; under try hand and aeal tMa 10th n,on r
. do the thing I should have done, their Eyes wiilelv heralded honor system .of Miirch, lU-f R. n..pnp..r ""bl.ho In Bradford Co."lp. 'tiro Cidb' and It. <> CoMi hor hualiHiid No It HI, rtnbracc.. C'.nrn.. *
Ipprovinj light. : 0.1 I IClirk Florida. .' John Hitch hirIIUN tnir at Northrant i inifr nf rkiuth out qua. l cmd
had and Ih..h
i provi-d a complete O W. 1..1" .1.1 .
1mprompted. before. 'ne was upstairs fmluie, and On!,,rod thia thv 3rd day of M"rh. AP !.nnd tin* 1-ifindanU. and by vlrtuo ofihi t< of Northpitnt quarter and i. m WrutA
removing Circuit
When spoke of, the yojngtfmger her 'I I had been discarded us ineffective lira Iford County C."rt. I9Jr > ordi., of nnitl C'.l.h." .1.r mn'lit 1-1 ohnltt*. South '1. l J chat Fntt HI .
wraps Barry was greeting and, unsafe. FI'I. J ud.e ih 4th 11 of ... (hi* unI I 1 cha DM, North li I.W rha.n* ,. ,tuttlnfitnr
there wai no spirit of con. (fi\I.I By O. A. KNIGHT I IDipuly on. .1..1. 1' .. Hrrtion HI Tp 41. South Kaniitf S3I
some Naturally the conversation M .IOIS d.I r* ,'n'd t .nl".I.n.' .. .tl ff f r for .
truest in Ins manner nor uas there IUt'KtS.between Mr. Blitch brandeel the repoiN (1..1. Solicitor, l""I.t"ln..t. ::1..61-4.2. nnd ... tho hlultmt Idddi.r for cawh I:". arrow a.ii..ni d l'n.o. MI.hl.n.I
Andre Moliere o I'TFRJ .. n' .1 I nlr<. Mid rcn ilicntrn' I mb>omit -
' F frunt tlio thi ( urtli .h.1
trace of bm''iradnno in hi."oice. us false und preueeded to expla I L.. .I I..h .1..1 .I .
ny and myseif; drifteel into the main SCIUIGS 1111. in Slrirkf, '". th ItKalhour ii lonlinw to law. la* .1 "I INMUOthrrisin
, why be ,ked ...",. .' FI.rhl. ho' th M", | of A I. A. l l1MJH >.
for the
lowevc'r. ho umorru'loiiilvfci'trujcd .' topic of the evening-the ovation a- ussistune,<> ofa AI ). 3.12.r'-I-I MITCI *, of Hitl. on Monday, tho Mh duy of on .ny |
few \l,ril. | l:'d. thimo ti i I h..I.I in llrnd*
(> ful t hit her low fur Lemuj ne hud received. IUlrdK. and why he recalled, : T UK UN u IllSe II \Kl.Ktifcty In Circuit Court' riirlith: : JmlirfHl: Circuit i iHiudfonl I ford Moridn. 'I"' i \,itniii4 my offlrlnl Htuniituri nnd nonlHi

iSim was an acknowledged condit.on nine :IIII_ re, whi-re'us the faim nft'r .1... on t<>*%til ,tin- Jtrlliny < ouniy 'h I lorulii: 1 In Lhnnr *ry 1 ho l'.lnlv.N rilmmt .| I.'t'r of tho Toiithwwitiltinrt thi.Ilrd dny of Mnrrh A I I' UW *-*.
"Sh.was not 19 ting towards the of A. I>. IIIJD. I Kill pnnentto Wntti'nmn. ,.1. .
prcvieH'slv' had he-en M.rh. .1 W *"r, i xn | t IB off tho W t .1.1. 1. AI.I'.I'AN.
: far el
, as oq their friend. wore" lu t. I was real eiramn she plnyi operate sev- I the Himnrtililo f.eorire; A. e>anlimr, IIHe (ompliiinant.va .in. tin* Suuthwivt"r.quart*"r of tint Soulh"t Phrfc nf el",1 .r. Ir..I-

.concerned. i- l he t'I'ul ye-ars without I gun or I 'iMinly' Juiluu of llrailford County. Doridn ,* "" .r North of Hianrh., mnpl twnnd t.r,1 I 1..1.' .
announced. I
Then guardsman in sight.A my Mturlu.nt nitd, final I .'1'01. ax adniiniHlrntor Idv\nrd: N. DlcUnnion, ,'l al. oiu*.r. a..n. In tin. Nurlliwittt. ..rl..r, -5MI| .\ Hy I > .
attention forinfil
our w" "'V hit elo 5011 menn ?..J) wanted of the tvtate of Kobt. I*. JonmdociiiHfd PiftndnntMOrdir .,1 in nirtion J*. JottUHhip, &. Houlh of H.lr..I.< J I"'I'1 y C lurk >>y

n the brilliant stuiro tn new type If I'lisoiier' invaded hilt* of ttriidford ...n'Y. andnktil of I'uhllrntimtntlro to Known .inifu 21. runla,mint 41. ncroa tnora or i mi'iJ

It was a radiant Icmovne who lo\w. this peful city. when Al House ht> dincharKL an inch alminiHtrntor ana l unnon >'riniti.nii ol ouil 10 j jIJiilrl ... ,0 None'KIn v
"lust' thin, that mxtenil of Che'Val litlo. Kornov* loud. etc.I N WA1NWKIGIIT eat i

, ow played t.ie f art of the: famous !cr she was ple-uding with Hai.rmgton '. and members of his famous Ianl HUM Jml day of .'lamiarv, A. D I WZH. I P AI'I'I'\IIN I I I: < fmm ,tho nlliirAtiorm ( fthu .1. M I.. Al.VAIll':/ rfiTtitl. ('ourt, Itindrord Ci .ly Florida ill
lurtisan- hhe wn* like i\M of ye'ggini'n and Imndits were \\ J. E.I"O.. Hworn .complu, in tliu adoveiniirti I C A. KNlt.MIloinmfriitiom" t biinr*.ry.
1 Pieicc. She worrhips him I remght he'nabout Shi rtlT. an AdminiHtrntor : ..- ofJtolMrl .. thit*. tinam- n nut,.ttci. nr plait ofI 'rnI I Dint I....

epical flower in her hn'iffait and I believe she re'tiliiex that hi'r* [ three months I-. J.n. dis-innml. \I.:t-'il' -:I.In I ,i M in MM of tlu* fittdililtM .:llwH.I Nl T FHFF.ihiitor 1 Loiiipliiinniit'
own of the early el"l teenth cenJury. the ago to serve a se-ntenie after eonvietion 1 l 11.1..0" nnd Mury ( it ml mo Dtrki'mon ,. for ('oinplnlnnnt 9.1.6 4 2 v.
love. .
is greater in Tampa in snTIr.Te nmTniis AMI < ; h'lor t dn I."d! nnd ImmntfHtlou .-- Oliver Hnxiiui it .1 1Ih .
Her rlilc thnpcnu was nJiciously '" connection with J..IITUKI Tll W .fi.ndnnlN.'
"Oh jou must be wrong'! I interrupted IM h..h" irui'n thnt ('omimny" a corporation, borominir; nrul made a the $:I.O pu I liiriiUHH, thHtriliiitiiw and all I"<'moni. havfnir ..k..I. and Aitnio W Niol..I. hia wife. K"I tiiit| 1.1. and Krmi'f f'loud.
he adore 'rll
barkpround fo" her cho nut urely must robbery-a type ot prisoner claim airamMt the ivtiite cr J. O !1 I" li rhlii Mulunl SuuHr C'inn. and,' <;.r tho Circuit ( ourt O H l th Judiiml 1. 'hr I Known .I ..known ft'ndnnt',
ippy her Shei's altogether lovely." hirry diceamd. ,lute of Bradford Countyan \... and noh..r \V ntnon S..ninrunil ( Iniiil: if tin of: Moridn I In I Innd tinabovo atyti'il rntiHi*. to II I .

iris that peeped louquettishly] ov- "So think we all and Bui ry tno, Captain lihtch described a> Iun. hi..by riiiuirtd' .. ,pr..ntnt thi.ir claim* I .I.lon 1.1. J,,.*. MM IrUHtKHi for The for thu County, lrf. 1.llor.l. In | I' lor 11 .. I and nnd Immittriil, .on 'ominnvn ..
I. .
rniioii. if In irxfaunct n I if not
gi'lous, antagonists to all order ilulv ntillii' nticHtiil. thi- county jinltri rBrntlforil I' ". Sunrir 1 Him mid < r her shoulder, and softly frnnwlr .
for that matter but thinks his ti,* N will n pr Hunint H. K ran-
me County. within un Mutual Huuvr Can* .lolnml lit "kn.wl
und FI..hln. yinrTrnm M"i nit ion, Thu I Muridn wn. by rii.Hlin.nl .
routine the .
face. Jesse James type, date. tin be hi.hi In Mi" i nr nHrtlmiiNH. I mint Ih .m""n." .
love has paled] before the flame. or notice Mill, Coin puny, corpuraliutii ( I .
"II "r..o '
must of whom from tin.n.to. and ... indilitnl to'Hid .,0 HIHAIO NirkilM, hmwtfi C 1..n.C.'I'.n. 1 ami* I* 'hoinptim nnd h..I. ""m..1
She was the ton t of, Paris and. come Chie'ago: ,1 "I 'pi .n. ( liarl. NukiU nml i iMMtllM .
the-re was a time, hi began thon I hnmiiMin' Joint* CHrmii
The '"'H' nr"> rifiu/ nil |uiy their" Haiti I .. Wm F, NickilH, W K. Nickild and, .. I J..b 'I.ry
deed she playet the part, sing-; stopped suddenly' as *f he had nnj'ht superintendent admitted. that ilibta forthMilhIhm Mury I.. NickiU liU Wifi., J. K:. lludmin.if r. KINK and hunlmnd 11'1.1.n .Smith' IMIvir .IMIM*. .1 I
when Al house Kinnie I lib. .1" of P. l.nmrv, A D 26. n : : I I III W IriiH. r n..1 wifi*. Lillu L .u..1
Johnny and all unknowni HOIOMON
with llm KINK.
(J tUdtl'n anil irr"i.tihl" to re\eiil se-eret of his I vmioi" In i xiHtDML* "' | ( r nl 1 M HI' I 11 .1 I,.ml' tin, .ir unl,, vn hiimirvlt ;
W J H'lt: :USOS.tliiiilf .
Lluru is HU
I J. L. tkmt iinmnrrud. 81K- .
Gilree thi* romplninnnt
were pi.level on thtaim > .I.I 'pjutwon TIO\I'RnN. | i i K, b' irni H or wrantiHri. mnl to allliirliiM
larni. ;; : .
fll'nds. ;IIn al-\ays reverts tot \ilmini-tintin i>r tin I-: lit .r In thiHtntf of I Inridn known to 'r"p; -'IAI.Y I; and wif*. I Imviiirf who rlnim t haH > .
IT itmy "
There was still an undercurrent, >Te.| lie t..ndud".I. "he must c'vr he fenrcd an tit tempted COUI'd.tlt J. n. C lurry. dicianinl. 2.12.\4.1 .ciitniilniniint.. llm mrvan of n HubHnna> ui,> .nthirini' .I. nnd' \ t'. \. .< ."I f1."1p Of tHfr n.t ..r i IlitU IIInmJ
the bind thu iiid UifMidiiin.*. I and I uif, M. C
on part uf the House on whom uottld M..cJl. U
the nudiomo ,1,1 to LHtf lolluwuiK UtuicriUeti
dissat.fadinn in be the hunter and tinet liH game I IfTI'F or uiihi"r of tlutn. and thnt "it ,ia litliiv .l lly iP h., *nd if d..1| | tin.L.... ,t tinfci wlt .1. .

spite tht ( tranxform-- "You nv tin that should nov": crung and other d inmates In U. Circuit the Mlrhlh: .liidi- oimipliiinnnt' thnt Hitnniiiia d*.I"nl. .. Kruntu'. or otlu .I. I O of | t f r, pfc I N th 10 1 '
,ion that ha.1 1 taken \\'u-p. They show a bi'lmod one ole how much they whom they might bo able- toinlluemc Surii'.. C"P Irritlt Svv.nl., t.r I 1"I.r"ll. In Cb."e.l. Ir.. I h.I.d. In 'h. propirty' Involved Inu .I.I. ,uti,11 hi1-ht.fi"l'i'' ..ill| Miirlhrt I niton C t:. 'I ,..It 1 lJj.I itt '4 .xri'pt f t off tli, ,
further Hl- rYink "
In n nuit, nnd conipliiinnnt .. *4oiilti, nnd of bit 'Me. k 14IM
uld not forirt't nt onco that the aie Invc.t. hut's hard, and ex fait, AI House ""nl (oinplniniint.VR I I."v'11 ,lluit lit. dm, not know. and by dttiiiit 't.k.,' So lot mm I. 'I'IK.,nip,u". l>nnmiriid I. M "J."i mid, 10'.I/ HI..rk. I.I Lot. 7 nf

I w prim.i ilonna I, not pivt-n here with the announced intention ,- uitirrli nnd Inn tiry him not ,Inn ahliiIIHCI I.h., t A 'IfitiJi'V and. .. _r.. loin tl. N mid D" ,til"i'k It1'"
Iae trc'III II. | rirer. 11 nll '. HnM.v' ifnit. W* >. 1..1
A "
d'fbUiluntet :
of effe ( 1..1" whiihrr Jny-of rt>i* mid 1 ) I nnd i
< tint,* his "in le.ss t 'rtHin' ... 1.1 mi 0)111" "iiipitny
,em the "Litl. sonir a1* 'Perhaps, but tiuo nevertheless. esiupe. hal l 1'I'n.ln.t. wbufev ujittwjrtrinli i "> or "iliui* ufbiiHin'Hrt < Mrt.1 nnd, .,V M. C M"*,ill. .I.I" .. ihi. .1..1.. Slur. I'lorl,InIIH

. llendnllv a ni- oft WIM wont A Lt: "f tactful indiffi-rence winK :l hours. rh(. comi'innant Sura n. "WI" hitvlnir ,In alb.Kid I. un" ."un. it ill.iid orulivi "..,.. ". 111 nihiitt .. in I 11, tt'i itv IIii. .IMIIIM. npi'i, ii n* of r.." in 1"1 I IIt
( n fileil hi' b II of thincatiHe .. Hrmlfnrl l oiintyloi
r ciimplalnt In
ituoru alnd Nilunit* ,
Since the eloriiutoiies and either or In ixmtiiKi or not and It ,*ok I 1x141' .' ". of HH> ,pi L iieiird
do. I man quicker than all the pfoff"r.,1 : nnd hn\init dimHiidi..l thia. .r.I'r. ttml' In tht aworn bill of complaint that hohi Idu' ttvMorilwii' an follow t H',nf' llrinirnrd ounty Klnrldn.
buildings here me sh.ickly wooden f'hiriln' complltd 1 with tlu. Inv4. It in ()lcHKItlll firinii an,I wit ; Ifin:!: nt tlin :, (.reelliiji*
I ,1m ,' Ht.to R of reebu,I mout:,. J t VCN tlmt i" runtm
expresi < : a i> irrv iaie"-ses a 'ho. 1iif
: Ihnl the ,parlim' clnlinmu I'r. of Trlanfrntnr' <> 'lit.
struituie-s : unlit rrr I..t Yi Mini r I
.1 so that vicious (tilinf-ntloiiM. ri mod In tho prop n ..h >". nn* .I.y wiinn
. "Wnit unt 1 the ifxt scene at the character any tKlH, if any In thu proptrly, htninnfttr i rlv in\ol\id lot". MUH. wl".. "HUH'. n>- ,'. I ho town '* I,awti'y. according ,><*,y>,fu' j h..fonh,.. Juduoof
of this .
I kind .1 ly, In unknown t or 1,1, tin rimf n* tho *ainnppiiim tho ( irriill TourL I'h." Judu inlf
rminary, be "watch what SM.I1K coull.t'rv ,.r.I.I.I.I; : _. u._. ii-Hidincc or pinny, of huttiniwii nijiit .I
rrpJe.l. IWEI'IESI B.I' nearly kl'k out of stuiitjn, ;' i ...., ..mI i .nr.. i nnrIIN I tel you, hi.rof ,,. aiainntauch' known. .bi.nk.ow. flit* tlirk of ,l.i" imnit Imirt orIttulforl ( .iiliily' on M.HI.IHV; ;; i.I'I fill, if April,
superintendent '
Hlitch In Ditxlliook .
J HorUla
Theie Iout. 1'n".r" ounty Ilnk. Ann. HW.n .1.I li.ndnnlit. .. f.rn>. C''Y.' A. D.I"I*" Hi tin "" i in thrtown
of pifetoi eo.po'
\ was a f.ndy wine decided 1 ,0 ) *. **. "rtd run
/ his best policy, wus to 'n. I..hl" K""n.I.. Multtr' Mrrnihlon timm. I on pnui of Murki.. rloriiln' l ntiHWtp aorti
| And indeed he p'ovi-d, to nirht and Barry of theguebta .. MjiHk* M..U.h. all alonu tlio Wmt Pilneof nt iibi, .1 I nyninKi I
1,1 wit oJ employ guards until ;1 it in ordurod that' por- 1..I.rl. bill' rompliuhl' ,
SOle stronger ton. if ". mid if dmd. thi'Ir rriMTtiMhitr TIFI'JntF I Iin: lit andSixty ,
1.1. thism.ticu I .. 1".1..1 in tin ntovo thoconipltiHinnt
numiil tn I.r. "
the which followed was the only corpoiatiuiiit you .
one wore u -
r was quiet )
buildings d ftt n'1
I scene could, be "xpedld. '* trrnnUiH or othir clnimant* In vNintnnei.. if ibailor I | t. .h. NorthwiHt. I r. i <* iloudnnd
If r /
livinic I'l"
ur .
e i whuh it will be furne's mien. I.cmo.vno was gay'. Apparently Mr under thtm thf Thurliur Why In ml ( oin- 'h..lr J .mi.r .f Mtai'* nml .'Inrkwni *tm I. ,iliHerih. !
npo.sibll i Blitch's "hunch" on the. n.t In iKirttaiui thin hi In r Norl' lithf "".1 titl. '1 tl" al i. *
corponufori. MH trantf_ < nm nr an ttu net* Wiitiirly moil' tin. '
enenretu f.nnreri to erase-. her brief chance with Barrvhad lou o since husj proved to beu 1'01...... nnd all nthi.r ,,moii*. mini,unyor ,itit unknown .Im ditvlmi-N, 1..1... grantui all- < *. of nnd JAi'1on'HI'rut on* .1 1I i 1 InnJtf: <'ntinty' 1 '. .rnpli. aMiikly
JnnJ iiNHluiiN to | in
[ Before ui wnR a virrunt Manon been most latsful.tory anil; one Two new ."m""n." ... uhn may. HUM* or cluitn anlidvi .mon HiunTr n. *fin.,I corpur.t ,n.n.In.1, hnvlnii orI T".n"o,I Oo, Iliiiilriil and 1 ol Sixty I..U..I mAMMM" r pull J..I I Hi.- town
in Wi-Ht IKI
shilinJ run mtiilt or fill.* nut in 01 ,ii 'Hii I Iprop frm. MtiUI' fi<* t thi< lum
hud mudc her a as I claiininit I Inttrmt In and I ti> thi' ftp cor ,". | toiiiny' rbii ,m I" rtw
with Onli not to tiike blthpKole been any nildwnv hi t wn'nl 1 .1..I".1
r I pistols have rty. whothir On ir tiHiniii lie known : ; ,1.y. rtinninu ,
fading tull.n pris.oneis find In UK.in In which
day m June. or not. and mrh of t-i m, tiHn ,pfir t4 or IntH f I Inn I hintr l troti. and I'in- :Sin* titi, tlu'iitfl <1 -1.111.1 tin ""nl"
Orders tie lout fur- within
Holy the Stnti of Morlda. ofiaid I ih *> noiici* pnbliNhid, f. fi'itr contiutlvf -
ant wuls. An* hi n by to to thin 1..r..1 C..I" North rly tiloiiki .1 .
apiHiir .
"The wine was le-ully quite good, Authorities n..ln'.1 ih-arrlbwl an 'l : "V.jl; : *' Wrih .
rto her love ,- tn turn 1Iev., they were. of ciiini Ininl Moinlii> I tlu Tiili. duv k..w" ful.t > ulUVri.At find SI- I'
1 to who at 1,1 At) tjuit portion' of / ".U. .I".r ftut tn lh* hnnth .lino .. L.1 i.f>rt. *! UiMi,>*CJibI ** /. A.I.r -
Bariy WHH m. V. U. 1'ijf.. nnd' unlit" nth of I ty IHHMi j jHnid "VI I. .
buck on the ble>ak munnstii' life. ] Maie Mituggli'd in the Al I Ilimse' A.rl. ** of' \ I*,
for .
1 Ki / gang. you .' on Mnld the nnmi* iMinir n '".hw..I' quart .. lyinir, S' uth G.. 'rittnvtulnr I,tit Om* II : 1 1i kl.. 10''" \ V I I... JUI.KI ann
respond again to her OVEr, p. A le tier, smd I by M. Blitch to have- rulo iluy.. a di-cni d.y.pro confitwu lirrnt unt Si..thi rn and Morldit lUitrondAlho : i In'tin* In.li: .rly' tilonir thi. Nniiih' ., W Aldirmiin' ('I. rh. nnd tho, HI nl uf thiaLuoiieiU

timing B'it Chevalier isioveel. "There-i iI only erne thing I would, been written hv Johnny .ml nunmitt you und the cainv .il pro. ihi* North hnlf of th. houthwontiiuartt 11..1.1111..10"I .U) On* .1.1 'Ihoi. in 11. itttv. tif KliirWt l ..rtda. tlilaICI
d"lire. Kinnie u wil "r of Koiithwmt ipinrtrr. nil In Secin d mid !' '
Cfctil / 21'1 III JllrU
She falN the floor be tempted to drink t.nilht. hu I member of the House i exuartoI S.vcn Miint:: : if lit: inA rj. 1
upon to his I The |impi rty hcrtin rifirnd to and involvi P.'tily' I:tuhtO Townnhip i I'Ut) fid to | vriii n l \"A ? 1N

Iping his knees with pleaelmg, answered so quietly that only I "'svveetneuil em the gunJ.", has d in thm, unit ,in dvully known anddiHeriliiil I 17>, Rituth Itannw Iwintytnvo .t li*> ..>.1.1I I II IHO l"iHtioniil J.ot Onv ..1, Itrt's'scM' .Nl'.nr.Ih .k..
I cuntaintntr I ] acnv morp or ** t hit POM n of Llw..y. ai l Hy
could hear his thNorthwiHt .
late hurnls. She finirs, the 10w/'iu'hCc/ voice, ', fallen into the hands of authll'i- a* (Jtmrlor of thi> NorthwiiitMiirtr I' I>i appinr:to tho b II of complaint filed ,. IDIIII" c. pint tlnn-of an Kami* ap. 'ity 1:li rk.

"Nepenthes, of a In 1 bffnri* tin* rifth day ofprtl ] of I ,n th,. "ffir, .) 'ho P KVK.IIf. Snirk. Halitr
with tie-H which letter < HHid cniiHo on .r.1 t
gentle of Si
ore winged "e- anllnt. confirms all fears ." 4. lowi.MI ,p 7 HmHhKanpFir I o 1.'nr. of liriid- ., C.iiiiiiilniniiiit I .l>5-r t-4 2
the alliitntiona of tlm ircuit ( ourt .
subtle that sorrow a 1: in Bradford County. \ I. A (i Prjfl. othi rwiKit' I I _
lion and artleos ulure. finne drul of the stipermtcndcnt that this Florida. ,, ..f the mud bill u ,I "lukin a' coliff nr-d I f.rd ('ounty. t 1"1". jl., l 1..1 l I,

Indifferent anon first and pain. gang would attempt to ai-l And' it in ftitthir OHDF' : thi.t thia 1 I "mrit you Hunk '<:". on i IILI*' .1.I A''Inn ihi NITI'g

hero in.stcml living That Was all there was time for shoot their J.tun" urdi" "r le ,puMitth.d, onre a IFU for iltrhtriinriioiill.1 '\I .It In f..h..' ...1..1 thnt thin nntlro hi* Smith Imir ( Hi.Jof- tlm Northwiitt In Clriuii ( nuit liruulurd/ t >niy' F1ur>
scenes a out prison. ,, eonnoeutlv .tNWI-ll of tlmNorilmuit Ida' Jn I
way I wii kH In the Hrndforl, 'd onrp wrk for Four ipiurli' r 'h.le.p.
of and blood then and U was not until later that Tim Honda County) p.hl.h. 1. linrnpha uuart. 'INI.ta".1( : ) I I Mililnd .;
ure illncay : Vilest is publishing T..I..r..h. a n..n'' '. r ,.., w..k.. In thf 1..1 C.un.p I..r.
fe. into our !II saw him alone. this letter here S'n.k. Hrndford C'ounty. r'I."I..I.h,1 wittily n. ..1. '' .f v>'n,'ral\ etrr.ulHii"n.liililiHhid hi* rfitt: 1 hrtM-MHHi'u'm. I r.14 I ofthn (:,o.I.ln.nt
exclusively : ( North lialf < | Ji uf thuorthwiHt ..
witnmH havr In tnrki .1
"whtnuf I *ft .lo'Y.
nh one of the nuelience put- I was standing in a sm/.1 room "Hear Myrt: my hand and nfrixcl th .nl h.n'of th .Cir Irn.n. \ q, mrti.r i NII.I! nf thNorl Hill fir, Divorce

interpretation on apart from the otheis examining un "I 1 wreite you u letter a ,* cuil ('..r..r 1..1 <.ounty, \ ,Iririila. onthia 'I litnWITNF'*** thr ITnnnrahlo Jtidifo ftf th'l hi'mt t iiuarUtr < : uf Hfe- ,11".Md, r.'lmi.re.
porsunal rouplr lwinty thrto i tr, Jowimhip .
reproduction of Monu thu filh' .I ruary, A. l>. Firhih' .Iiidirlal Clrmlt r"r. anil, th* lion ..o"nl.n.on.r
ttng. amlin/ of weeks ajo. It was smuggled .. AM'KKM'NfRRXL .1128.G riHM f'..1-! .,th" Clerk of thU oo.t. f i t. 16)) Mouth Itnnir* Tw.n'Y' anil N.I. lot H. lce ..0 fubUcaion. -

in an intricate r lorcntinei out by a and I had it ad- ) (.lirk. C'I.'t' w<.)| an hia thia, tho 3rd ( .ofMarch. IMII '221) r:.Kt. Containinir In .1 .
|ten! B irry exclaimed, she'sThey're \ ft pyi' Hradfurd C'out.Ma A. I>. 'nlu.. Ejtfhty' <801' ..r.. ninrw or I.. 10 Pill: :MIAN' I I HICllMtn F.lMOKF
em. going wild'ating i fl'lme. drcsicj M-IK.UL!L. Ihu girl f'ul IC. MAY O W ALDFKMANi I.f."d.n. : II .h. .".I,. fmm > 'n Hill olr

note of the arm had "Are you trying to J.t behind Kunkukeo, t give to you If you I Sidieitor fur Complainant 2'U'Ht-4-2 i I Clork Circuit Court, BradSPAn Hull Tw Qulft' Tltt I. the smile You might an con- ( ford County Florida llrder of l'ubl.rl.onTo a faint echo of liquid got I. received it write me in your next I HAl K 1 A. S CRBW9. Martha C'. rink nnd h".hnn.l. I I.uLiu I I Hi.nt .r rliirlifa ia ..r 21 year. f.... anil

Bravo! Danielle!" cried i cern yourself with the riddle of letter saying, '1 Jot a letter froriKankakec Notice la h..p MARTER'I itlvt n that undt.r and by Solicitor for Complainant 3-6.Bt42rn C. ..,nk. Hulfrmon II Thn"pon.' an- I 1 m prraon ri-Milmic' .in the aiat. if floridaairvie
yo I INUIC A. hilyand wifi, *. at herin of euliMMna wh vuultl blml'
the sphinx. : virtue of tlt of fortcliMiiirematle m.r."o. KI..h.1 on .m
Pan- I -. I will know if the flnl and W C Mrf.fl! and .
wd. "Fort bien'! Bravo. and un tho Hd day of March. A Hailey ill ftfftilmnt In thia caiuie. anil' i at aervletihrrrin

lOver and over again they I It was Barry who had come letter went astray or not. I don't A. U. I9J8.n..1 by Honorable A. /. Ail I .vife. M C Mrf.lll. If alive and If drad. inthrlr mi..t IH* ha,I nfl rlrfinilMnt hy pub'llratliin

quitely up and was standing by my think it would do toi km. Judice of the F.iuhth. Judicial Circuit unknown heir*, dirvuee*. lewater*, nrK .pniicribril .,ine in tieh eaa.
their lusty praise you any goo if Florida in and for llra.lfurd County Circuit Cour. Fltfhth Julio al Circuit.Bradford ranter* : It l. thvr*>uiN, >n nrilfr that, you Kieharlf I

trilled wan I by the magmf i- sde. ,i visit me here as they will one .',urld.. 'In Chancery Sittmic in that eertain County, Ftorlda. In Chaneory I To Mif-tha' C. rrlnk .no hubanrf, Loclua > .... drffmiant afwrwalil' ilo apprar t.
| "I was just thinking how I'd of the guards all the time cauite therein iiendinn between the V"n.l. R fnman In hor own rii/ht i C. I* rink. Solomon I. Thoropaon. un hr till of o.m"n'' .. int niue vntltlMlraiian ,

Usic and by the undeniable live the house with that present I mptainant., Lawtry State a and fly to in l.nk. .1. and
hat you are talking to me. They are FrlondComplainant., and O. M.GI the llradfortl County 1.. raph.
of Lemovnp that not unitst I I ation, antl aita,nut the d.f'nd.o" and Nrxt 1.,1.1.. .., .. anfw.paDtr
emile. She completely disturbs my wife M d..1 o.h.. ,
ptihllahfHl ntarkp Bradford
had to death of UK and would Kowe and wife. Hattie, Rowe, and Harlow .
been did the ituitt in County.Florida .
note sung all in prouf-rty Ilr.d.d I_uuuty. Florida. ia h. riliy u, pinnated a.th .
know v
I She says to me 1 I kill of if Barnett and County Bank aorporation I' and hereinafter ITo .
that hand been any one us we gave them JI..don Vinrlda YtaMroarf' a vnrpnralion. d.'I .niwi>a[>er which thfe nr ti r ] Botiall -
e my hit about your innermost thoughts and the least to du T. und."I"n.d Siieeiat MaitterIn al (.mp.np. all penooA havlnic .1.lmln. anylnteret be publlabed once e. 't '.00 fourconatcutive
I so.
and held closelv bv thenusician know about aaid appointed to execute aaitl l>fondanta. tn th. following, dr..d ,". weeual .

side what do you anythinl, "But as for being a pemtentairy decree, wi on M.noa. the Sth day of Publfratlon. Ntlr* t> Known .wl": tine kt fitarke. Prailfurd t. nt*. Flopda -
at II J
my of all about April. A. durlna- the lira I noura I O'd..f Meirin at the Hotithrant rorn nf ,
and least me .
I this place is a big joke. We and L'nhnown Drn.lant la t* ingaged my finger* jutt a analtical. N'est-ce- sleep of aale, before the eourt houae door In 1 I S.I Trlanirular' I I"t fine < 1 1'i of the 0.1 ,.b".n. 'iKKMAN
i "You're very in wooden buildings. There is Bradford Florida. the Til.. Etc. Town of I.. ley, according
flared : a Clarke. County. .1 I alloaatlnna of t Clerk of Circuit i urt.
before the lights up. It apprarlnff from th* : aro.1.11.&t.I.I.
?" he observed. f 14-foot wooden
I.no. _
pas fence around these "tu.t abov cou
of complaint In th* eat
Iras for worn of rerord In the of- Flord
no time Bradford County da, to bi appear*
anslyzinj. i "I'm more often thought of ns buildings with an armed guard in bidder for eaab, _In. bl..1 I IAcertaln that th* *. .1.n.01 ptae* .f bun1n.. I fir. of the elerk of the Ctrrult -- -

lation then for Mayfly, I'm afrid. but there arc lot of bain ; of the df*> Flord. llra of County. Flor le.aml.Val. TUB UOABD t.t P"ILI(
a a tower on each corner of the 1 corporation. Cur "ro.n ,>r MB/T

[ were preparamg burned to leave from a lot of things I'd like to know." fence. These guards are in the I the ino Town feet .In of Bouthweat Florida corner,of or better. In I' (om."p.. Jon.a C M. S..km.u. run'.l.u'h.r'p. ...k' alonir r:' un th naiteand weate 3. IN"TII'f'TII'(IL HTATB OKFLOBIUA

IJT cbeekllti "For instance ?" L., Weat IS feet lot. F..I. and M.tha Rvorly hl wlf*. rd- lH* of K..t. "h' Hun.dr .
towers the on r
Barerce. during day time r:11kI:: \I II 1' N and C..ln.Olek..n ,
tnation towards ;: d and Sixty ) feet to
mention the the Town of Lawte*. Florida th
I had resolved not to 6 a. m. to 6 p. m. At night we are hia wlf*. Th* Florida Lar J .n4 North weat e of Mat* Kf MVI.VEOrbat it wlU miuira 1
subject at all but an imp of devil, locked I I .10 aale to b made puntuant to and fmrnfffration, Company/ vorpxrafton. l>at- Jackion Street::7' thene Westerlyalonv >[ OOi ii I. prjnhaae property. % aehonl
dormitories decree
IV- I up in our and for th.U.r..lon of .10 with HR huudlnit a-n s talking with Mrs. old 'RI! Hunran. fl F Myr and C..p. the North edit*) of .aid
ment un echo of the Salie.I1'cHII"d I instead of having in thu coeta. Hawk and Mr. 4. M C Jaekon 8treet On* Thouml On** and apparatus Thme bond, .hall bmrila'r
"You wait and bring < me on. towers at night Kwn" four I B M. JOHNS.Roeclal ..r.on. N W. Haakott, If llvin*. or In Hundred and Hitty 11' of July |. l.? >t IBe rale aot t
to Maater Chancery '..Io.nt.nd 'I'I10': : 'I! eie ed ala p r eeBlna per mum anil
then turning hand .. un .o"" h Wwt line of an
did hold my D B KNIGHT. '. .hall be payable
armed eertaJhr. O
guards around the Ihooaaa
walking I
Sallie. that thor* la RA praon I. tn* Bt t *fKlnHrfa between <*
're to come with us I asked. The moment the question I buildings inside of the fence. Solicitor I for Complainant I54U41NOTICB known .complainant tho arrrl. .0..1 thene* Northerly, alonir dollara the fmt on July I. 1.77 .ml xio (MJ an
: iley of
jiving little party to cele- of whom bind the W edif. .f *aiil allvy KiirhtHundred Jnly o eai.uemedlna
a would have a upon
asked I auhpoona th .
given .uI
had been :
"There about I yrar uu to and Includlav Jol
are ten 'right' t IvAI.
guys |,I .P%'d rtnf*>nrfanu. ot* _. ) and ( :
oyne'l success much to have taken it back A among the 750 prisoner here. The I that !I. boliovd br eh... tha.. the Mouth .I of Y..IIB'.I ': I: laaueu The In honda dcnomlaaUnne.hall be eoupn of mia i ada an I

lated a moment There discussion of personalities was In th Circuit Court. FliMh Judicial nami dofondantu ar* IntoMat+rf I. th. Lot On* U ) .h.n. .1.1. 00 each

graceful way I (coul I ,'rest are 18kt. stool pigeons. Al Bradford County, Florida. In I I ""*rty Invnlvwf .thia no It an f anmplali.ant .- th* Ho.ith tine of *aid U W NIIKUTKKII

|)y no mound to ensue. House hit one in the temple of the 'I II rhsreerrII alloeTra that .h. do** not know;. and1b
accept although I felt (Continued next week )IO' Tlllle, dtllront aoareh and Inquiry ha* not boon Hixty <\18"> f*et to point of bwln*
I head with half brick the otner L .
i a aa(4nVfondanta ( ntn. i Diagonal, Lot On* (ll H-H-t-t*
Iss would b uneasy if thee e omplalnaat. I ahl. to aiieortaln whothor any of th* A. I _
dishwasher day ant) almost killed him. Al has !I II _. aa*. ..I"n.* .r pla' ** of th* of Lawty, MeordintT t
late when I returned Miami-E. L. Givins or plat thereof a* appear NOTHB OF BONO Blr'TIOMBy
The Florida f.anil and Immlirratlon Company of ttunlnowa U la d adop mp .
of chain shackles .
a heavy
i I got .
the other hand, my at Miami Beach, literally came out pair e. aonioratlon. al., allvo. OP In I..n.. ftp and It laaftovMl of record In th* offtc* nf theC'lerk
I I of Circuit Court of Bradford 1 the power vet d In them
nvited on his legs now. I ly the law<
were far from deep. I of the kitchen. He had been receiving I I D.dot. In th.."0".bi.of *om plaint' flrnuanil that : Florida; In D * "The ah |lvoa that *
: majority of the prisoner, Tlt. ppon C" at AUo th South fHalf tlon of Hrad/ord Coanty. .
dishes on I flurida.
|ngely excited too. Why $60 a month washlnl I Tt appearlnc by the m bill of aamplalnt nrporat'ion*. lnt.rwato aaid for
i 31- of the Nurthwent aa election
work outside the fence or stockade j < uuart to be >> Id at thaehonl
bed he was a local I filed In the above eanae, which property lnvc.v| *| In thi *ult WWM) nam*. I honae In
home and go to i when *r /NW1of tn* North *wtquarter Brooker or TiMadav
inherited $50,000. I and when 'they come back inside ,I cauae la one to remove cloud from title an4 I Ito air*, roaldonc' OP plac* of bnln. I unknown 1NF1-4)) ami t h March 10 I'.'.' to determine whrther
meant missing a good bank that he had ,1 tjulet the title of eomplalnt' ta the complainant' and In *alrf rtlof or
they not searched I bi Kat Thrvv iuarUr (E S-3 not the llrnoker 8pMial Til
i are an dy Hehool Di.
BO x> .I .
tirtiss could have post- ,i He dropped the dishes, and didn't land, that are deaerlbrd In the .aid bill of'! la pray** ..Int .rach known unknown of. the H hR. trlrt anail bund for the aom uf l f 000 rt '

business engagement. It whether they broke or not 1 I I working outside could bring ols : Complaint. tha the Shrf of rMon I' ... porton*. firm* an4 eop* (Nl-2)) of th* Northwcat quarterlNWl4) for the purpuee ef ereitlnv a M hool ba III
care arv County. .
or anything us inside but >t P.ld. ap. ".t"n. Of th* Nnrtheaat quarterNKl4 In9 purcbanlnir property fur *aah anequipplnc
I and besides I I t the Chancery duly It ta ordcrd that alt pp- of bailrilnr ,,
to me ft t .mmon. I. II TIFRIFRP ( > Hvctlon T..nlp-.h. with furnitun f ,
on I Palatka-The cold snap which |I to have some money !f e." .aid cauae. that the aaid .nmmona In Cnan.aery on.. fr. eorporatlona n.m.In thianotl 'a8Town.hlp) Klv holdlnc ld eleMlon K. tt. Hawn. O W

( always be in Paris territory the past two a connection now where wet"'* cltj U unexecuted and eannot b .o <*. 1.10. OP In ..,_**. or If .1 a4or Ran** Twenty-two ((22). 1.18lu.h. Barry. M f aUlheny sad A I. Gxeea mn J

ttla night. In the end I i hit this >cln* < upon the Florida Land and Imml.r.l. not In .1..0 thon hi*. hop. th Hr orIt tainlnT In all Eighty ( acr**. appointed raanacera
and decided i nights has apparently pane over a ro for $50. We will ne I] Company, e corporation, ana de.n.d.n. unknown ht. dvlaoa. *rrinUe lon or leaa. L. W. KlrKUTBRH

y conscience I having done I means (200. (Note: .named .In aaid bill of Cpltot *. ._r.n awlvn' *. .d to an pp- You, each of yo. ..i *rbir re-

after s\&h fers pistol ) In* ta the failure of the .Id p.loo I an. firm* .. >or Uon*, k.Tta. *vlaimln .ulr to appear .* th* houl Court B WIGGINS,

he moment I entered the to the potato fields. t t elect officer* or appalnt ...nl. any Inters* In._ _rtat* Eighth' JmJUiaJ Circuit r

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FR1IUY. MARCH 10. \I"w H
.. McNcilly a convicted :Mr. Rlitch'i answer Is, bec.n, ,. f;
--- -- ._ --. them more than tho man with a gang, anti Tom : j
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED : I smaller property. The same is bank robber, all are locked up in they are on their own honor. I it) P'."

Women Not Spendthrifts i 1 true of the sidewalks for those residing the death house, located in one believes a man must KO to the I w.
I the est depths to break hill honor .
: IN 1871)Published I within the town's limit. Corner corner of tho stone hospital at n
U. S. Statistician Says lights are in the name class, present time. They are chained to- den these conditions. Oip! .m.

.._- .. J. not tn mention ahu other lighting /gether. An soon as the cell houseis Blitch makes weekly talks to II'> ,if
Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second ('lass! -- -- fur" homes, water and sewer. All completed they will be removed the prisoners when they gut he-- -

!Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. TUB charge th."t woman ,III a these make for safety, (comfort con. there and locked in separate cells. their little community church ll<.
-nilthrlft for
her rcrnonnlntlurnment built within reminds them of their pledge
vonienco and a higher standard of This cell house is being! of
is n nlnmlcr and a delusion. living for all. Fire protection is the wooden stockade beside the new honor, and tolls them of his pi.m

In/III :. S. :.Matthews! _Owner and Publisher! Women> spenit IPS for clothesthan another civic boon which the merchant stone hospital. It is being built of for tho farm.

U .1. C. Robinson-:MuniiKing/ Editor men" says I';thi>ll>ert Stewart, urges and for which he pays re-inforced concrete and steel While the superintendent would.
commlsBloner of the United States his just proportion sharing/ its Superintendent Blitch, a corpulent n't admit it, it is largely his own

bureau of labor HI a Unties In WashIngton benefits with all. individual, who rules. as a pop. personality that keeps the prisoners
And ha proven It with actual contented and from deserting their
IIt SUJJSCKIPTION KATE This JB the man on whose progressive ular king among his subjects
fIgures on family budget gatheredIn the future of this of criminal is posts. At least 99 per cent of them
leadership that type .
Yearly, $1.."><>; Six Months, 7.:>c Payable Advance a survey of 12.098 families.' agrees loyal to Blitch. They call him '.r
((0' the community depends. To trade I beyond the power of the honor IIYsI are
Advertising Hates Application "Thin does not refer to people dollars be dealt Captain Blitch and always are at
n I sUth Incomewho. with Starke merchants means tem and that they must
are In go-
lit *|ply or trying to climb In." h.. ray. for you. I with more severely. They have no his service when he speaks. It il ''i ,
.l"Our survey deal with wage earning S honor to appeal to, he says. not unusual to hear some prisoner

''CI1a Bradford county's response! in the bond election for more'mproved people. whose Income range ap. HONOR SYSTEM: SUCCESSFUL: But just because there is one remark: .,
proximately: from I'JOO ,to 12500 ayear. "This would be a hell of a .
in hundred who has lost all plac .
t roads show better than anything else that this section But they are the great majority man a .
from 7.) the realm of if Captain Butch left us. :
of people. Thin class. Include (Continued page honor and is beyond
has determined to remain the best in the state. I
41th. among is why tho remaining There only 11
the largest number of housewives. redemption no reason were escapes from
o 'And If one I* going to generalize that the box will look natural. 99 should be neglected and the prison farm during 1925 while
is bout women these are the one to Send it in a big strong; wooden box forced behind lock and chain de. the honor system was in full vogue.

Judging from present!! indications the next session of thc consider. and have the lid nailed on good and dared the captain."If I Three or four of these were re.

., fiv"t, State Senate will have some mighty good men in it Within the Suit.* by the noun the address written on it plainly in we get buildings/ here to hold captured or came back of their own ,
"There are thousands. of wive. to several places. The reason I said a these vicious characters we can accord. Mr. Butch believes that t
Vnrj past few days Hon. W. A. Russell for many years senator be sure, who regard their, husband large box of writing paper is because continuo operating without I large per cent of prisoners who escape -

from Putnam county, announced that he will be a candidatetor Imply as a good thing. They IIP..ndmon..y I want you to put the moneyin guards" he said from the honor system would
without limit for clothes.They
im re-election, and Hon. J. J. Parrish several times a memberof ; may feel disgraced If they one of the envelopes in the box Three of the nine guards now come back of their own accord il '
wear the Mime party dress twice. of writing paper. The envelopes employed at the farm are standing left alone long,: enough. He has had
the House from Brevard announced his
'd'1 county candidacyfor I
Hut the husband .f many of these y r igh t & I generally come 12 in a package with guards at the respective gates of prisoners come back after being ;
the Senate. The welfare of the State is always safe when peacock wives are themselves dlscl n paper band around them. Just i the stockade during tho day. One gone for two or three years. Only
l.a4 such men as these are on guard. |.le* of what the well. .. dressed. man have clothes to make a decent appearance slip a envelope out of the middle of I'' of these in a prisoner. Four of them last week an escaped prisoner whoI I .
while for
del."itf. should wear and have nulls by the looking the and the in I for
dozen.:' next step In expense cutting packet put money are niJhtCul1rlh to guard the had been gone over a year
C o hit the wife, too. She doc not eat I it. It will pass them easily. I I dormitories at night, and two are wrote to the farm from Birmingham .
Now. what do the cold
figure AC.
Ji Children just entering their teens be capable drivers tually how? In all families within so much. The husband must have "I want you to send me $300 six ', squad guards to accompany the Ala., stating that he would return !
may the limits of the survey the average plenty of food In order to do his fifty dollar bills. Get old worn fiftys I working crews to the fields. if sent the money to come on.
andsuer 1 '.ut the state law Bays they shall not be allowed to operate annual expenditure for clothe wee. work She won't stand for sklmpln and props them out flat with a I! Only nine guards could do more It was against the rules to send
the children. Rut she will reduce
it tclero' a motor driven vehicle. One afternoon recently a car driven nuHbandx. S7I.38.; wives. $63 05. This her own diet almost to the starvation iron fold them once in half and put I than watch a few of the most vici- money, but a letter was written to
ranged from Income of less then point. them in one of the envelopes. Wrap I ous prisoners, who are called the him telling him that if he would
small with several other
'JY> a girl girls drove down .
young 1900 with husbands apc-mllng I3H 41 .
breakable well In In northern make his somehow to Valdosta
"I don't think thin la boorishnessor anything up a "eight-spot squad. way
be 1 K: ( one of the main streets at 30 miles an hour and cut a cornerin and beyond wives S2500. S30 where.69. to husbands Income a spent little scinxhneaa on the part of the men. paper no there 'won't be a chance ,I penitentiaries one guard usually ;J Co., or some other nearby point an
J" :n.writ. making a turn. A few days before a boy equally young 1980S and wives t 5.72. It Is. simply the way life la oipnnIzed. for a mishap."If I placed over just twelve prisoners. automobile would be sent for him
But it Is
Averaging the entire the unjust to accuse wo haven't the money.Iyrt.! whereas here it would be He did.
survey you
had to drive lawn to being down another
;< over a escape run by men of being a set of vain clothes.
tert'iCUT/ 'expenditure for clothing I is 11 per racks. ask Minnie for it, or Bob. Let him I for each of the nine /guards to han Another point in favor of the|
cur when he drove out of a side street without looking to see rent of the family budget. This accompanies Th..rere I.imit. rend this letter. They are going dle about 80 prisoners should they honor system is that three times at

--, ; if the main street was clonr for him. Just incidents but in- for expenditures of 3H per "This bureau almost dully receives I to build a modern penitentiary here attempt to guard: the entire popula many prisoners escaped from Flor ,
rent food 11 per cent for rent
fur I lust as fast as they can in order to tion. ida's road camps last year as from
tidents can easily! develop into a tragedy. and S per cent for fuel and light. requests figures on on Amiiliaiistandard
The nvcrnge total expense for all of )I'ln"n't IIY keep us here. Before we came hero Prisoners themselves are placed the prison farm. I f
(1 '1hc e famllle. I I" 11434 with an average what it ought to ho. Hut we can' I they did, not have even one armed I over their fellow inmates as foremen Captain Butch maintains that
QII surplus. of 17893. show the applicants what the ntan. guard here. This place was run I in the fields. Prisoners direct there is a "little /good in the worst *

vonsitobac. FKAFFIC. LAWS ANn COOl; ) WILL "Whenever the family Income lard Ono notaldu IB, un disclosed feature. of In the thin survey. "trictly on the honor system. All the whole routine of the farm, with criminal" and he ntends that the jf,

f.illi off on and expenses Mnmeone, has thlfe to rut ft-elx thecornets is. the way the percentage compilation of exl .' we hove to do after we /get the rodsis I Captain Blitch ns general over honor system will bring out of s..-:','

Kia It There is an old saying that "Charity begins at home." It Ural," say VomnissioneiStewart: l enihturo for food goes down .,n' to stick up 3 armed men who seer man the good that \is in him and
ropeaCham (hot of clothing goes up as In, omeInrrpnspd /guard the arsenal. We will do this Some of the prisoners would find turn him back to society a reformed ,'.
Our home town is a good place for charity to begin but i it Wife Stay at Home he '.
: There are certain limit I some time when there i is an automobile it very easy to escape were they not man. In substantiation of this,
gist, should not stop there--it should be extended to include the "The first Item of cutting In on on food, l below which one cannot v, if) i inside 'the fence but wehaven't I held by the allpowerful tentaclesof pointed out that only three per cent (.
furniture. They nit on the olil chair drop. Also, the mixccllancoux It. rn a chance without any rods I the honor system. For instance of the prisoners who are released ,
UepaiChanr strangers who are daily among UH.Vith this in mind a splendid even If It dues wobble, Instead of huy Which' Include pleasures. ind, rnirovemnt I
"If anybody gets killed it won'tbe there are prisoners placed in the from this institution are returned ito
motto for the town police officers would be "Law enforcement Ing a new one. The next reductionIs goes up rapidly as Income I I f
fvatat In the wife's clothing. The wife Increase. I us. Another party will haul us chicken farms down in the woods this or any other criminal insti.
follow begins at home." stays at home and doesn't Bet n new "lut the ,proportion of -\iw'ml into Jacksonville and turn us loose away from the little prison city. tution. :$ 0

I leasor coat or a new dres. The husbumlhas ture for the wife's cloth In n-f-r- for $2,000 apiece. Send this Just i They arc there for 24 hours sometimes : "These are all human being," th :,
There is little
excuse for II stranger and none for the resident got to out nml ..n.... to her hu"l.and'l' '. '
heavy go among people > wt H "U' I as soon as you possibly can, :Mvrt, I without having a caller. They good-hearted Captain concluded,;,
violating the simple traffic regulations put in force jn" work. lie can't hold up his head If the same through all the gr.ulc of state's helpf,
tdbacaI >> while We got somebody to bring have no guards to stand over them "and it is the duty to .
his clothes are a hard wear sign. j the survey She spend. less than he.
practically town because of the them In and if we don't get out of I with and could at least them to bring out the good that i if .'
I olson every ever-increasing number fond If he lose his job, he has to right ui- Ih.. !!..<. \ I guns get !
Hible d of autos. Any driver with common; sense enough to operate I here pretty soon we never will but I a 21-hour start towards making in them, instead of making their :. ."
n hi j I when we do you will read about it | /good their escape but they are harder criminals by intensifying..
wnrrnwhich a car known' he endangers others when he failM to observe the' MAKINC; STAI1KE BEAUTIFUL. furnished all ticket agents warn I in the newspapers. We really I there on their own honor and they the bad that is In them through an.I;I ('

1 I lules in operating his machine. When his excuse is "I didn't / ings against their operations: have should have five. C's (supposedly i stick to their posts of duty and enjoy just inhumane treatment. In oth ; "'

with (f I- now your rules" he acknowledges that he is ignorant of traf The week of !March 22 to 27 has been posted In Pullman coaches and $500)) in order to have everything I life as best they can. Six pris- er words I believe and I have fount !' (
.. I been designated by tho Chamber of conductors have been instructed: to work perfect."In I oners are in charge of the dairy it to be true that you can get mor ;, a
or lie
rule .
the Ian in nny city or town and should he locked up while, i Commerce. a* Beautification week. put off suspected sharpers in a your last letter you said thft i which is several miles from the out of a prisoner through appeal,. e

for at 1 I. memorizing the code. I The plan in. to supplement the work drive to rid this section of the Hinnie !gave Bill Carp some money j i penal city. They are not /guarded ing to the best that is in him rath .r1 t,

plants iof The police officers of have been I done in our recent successful clcan- crooks, it was announced today by for us. Listen, you tell Hinnie that I or shackled but they do not escape. er than by trying/ to beat out tb; I
freet Starke vigilant in apprehending -. up week by un intensive campaign railroad offficial. 1: the lawyer Bill Carp came down |I Why don't they escape. worst that Is in him." y i-- f

If the violators" of the state and town traffic laws applying -I uf 'painting.;, planting, anti repair ,..--- 1 here to Florida and set over to defend I ;--I-.,,

keep a c it to the tourist or county traffic in particular and occasionally ing. The committees in charge us got us convicted. lie worked 5. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1' + + + + + f1 1 I'
of the work hope to enlist the in. Education with the prosecutor and got us 1 3'p
fliortlynumber. a flagrant local '. The Chief
cas officers
( are acting within terect of all in dui'laway/; with un. convicted. It looks to me like Bill 1 : H

'( e nera II the law and. in that one particular are only carrying out sightly ohciN, liuiMinira. anil fences. Carp was in the play to me. But NOTICE vi,

"f a poii; what they have sworn to do. Hut-suppose the average two in painting all structures wheni tell Hinnie that I will make good I :: SHIPPER OF GREEN CORN. f\.
"O hundred i m-rdi-d, ami i in plnntini .plinths any money he puts for us. \
pounepound daily strangers were allowed the same privileges i ,,illl'". trees ami flower nn the "I /got a letter from Ethel the I + Tho Inter-State Commerce Commission has ruled that *: tl

moistenbrtfn P our officers extend daily to the local autoist.-what would wes I, home Krounds.i other day. Something is wrong I + we can top ice green corn with as much as 7500 pounds J 11.

and s(' : i Superintendent. Witrtnns hall with that !girl. She must be in the + to the car. This is all that is necessary. Get your corn 4 C<

lmhed At least one-half of that two hundred I promised hIs support and has vol. junk or something./ She hasn't + planted early ; Plant Trucker Snowflake and DiamondJoe 1.tl I,!
ened wil cars parked at any | tinteereil to bo at the Bradford sent me as much as a cigarette + fertilize heavy and cultivate. __ tlfl
should no angle or no angle at all, headed in, backed in, parked in the I I County Bank on Friday, March '8 ;I I since I have been here. I wrote flP'

Aftercondition f middle of the street, parked on the wrong side turning at any : anti at his. office! on Saturday to her if she wanted to do anything :: J. L. HARRELL i flP,
take orders for seeds bnlba. and for me to give you whatever mon
he broadci point along the street driving on the left side of the street, i I nursery. stock which he agrees toI ey she could spare. Well honey, I : Lawtey, Florida. J P

rate ofweiOtht cutting: corners. That i is the condition allowed to exist in I I deliver without any coHt for trannportatlon. here is hoping. I will be able to see I. + + + + + + .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. + .. .. .. .. ..::- O1n
/ ) tarke today.A Mr. Wiggins/ assuresf I you soon. With love and kisses to nt

should be p big touring drove f II"., that it i i.. not too late to plant 'I II mv- little oardner.. I '_..,e..e-av-_-__- -.eeS-.e.---e.o-.__-_._',._. ?,7 nPi>
down I'
and seven car Call street Wednesday a n (IIITKC variety of shrubs. and palma Your
> tranger passing! through town his will be to advise what I j- Jimmy." I w
heavy r on way south. A short and glad ;

the appliciIf distance behind the chief of police followed in his car attend. I t"'k to get.Another "P. stamps S. Myrtle when, please write.send This me I Buick More Expcnshre1yBui1tBut ;] f y m
some you
cutplants ing to his feature of the week is a
duties. In tho middle of the block a local car cut I letter might be the last 'kite' I will
the window contest. All mer- I aft
over to the left side of the street to bo able to send you. When we beat
park. the
*d. It shou forcing .stran I shunts, anti person. with show oroffice it Costs Less
rows, makl ger to go around the local car on the wrong side or else meet I windows are asked by the this joint your address will he tab- Si
bed, but I will send somebody for m
touch him committee to that their win. ,
tho 3I'REPAIU head-on. Had the stranger cut the corner at the next I ccc you as. I think T. O. will be a little ,
ilnwH. clean' ami neat and to to bihi
are put i .
; turn would he have been given the same lack of attention in u xpecial display. ufCuodll flow- hot for us. I BU.T 0 'P

BOLl the local man received under the officers eye ? He would II,,>t. I era or docorntion, Concerted and! ; With love, I 4 -:--..., *

ONI : Some citizens argue that to k"pp strangers from giving ,persistent efforts. .ulontf these lines I II Minn. Mary: Aft-Sklmmon K tin'- This letter nut only confirms Jimmy the | 1"a.nai.

I Gaincavilyears' Starke n black py(' they should not he arrested and fined t for I I will iini'p, jrr of"'ntly inir down-town enhance the section.appear- (""lent of .the She National now IK Eilucnuji planning, .for'..aucUnlon. ,. fears held 1 by Mr. Blitch hut, in hit I Buick 19 built I more expensively st

breaking the traffic the 64th convention of the .. .... I opinion is a splendid recommendation '' than tiny "lh..1' cars In or rear the I
expo; laws but no let off with a warning. [In The committee of the chamber for his honor system. Kinnio Hunk price "l.iis."F'spen.ivply .
VilintheLthe t the larger number of cases this will be :1'of rnntmerrp. citing. in .cooperationI Ion In PhilHdolphl.i.' July 2 In. u.n' of the honor ;I Isystem ;, ,
: as effective as a fine nerllnn with the bei'lulcpnletinlAleel.braHu. /gave the letter to one I built" means irtatparuuiu.1 d.
numbet and leave! a much better impress-on! of the town and its of- I i I ). the Woman's Club reIueastae've'ryon' ... prisoners just before he I I the lr"re"l U..H.I.. the Ic
hibernation I to lend H hand and urges a finished serving his term, with the I Uuiik: motor c..r .ire" iiI',. i that I'I'I 1(,
that in wet ficers on the stranger's mind. In flagrant cases of speeding )I thai advantage be taken of Mr.WIKKIIIH A. A. flaxen, of Gainesville, wa. I satisfaction that the letter woul.l j engineers can design.! Hut thanks y

been heavy /nnd reckless driving they should be I given the limit for they ) very generous offer to amnntf the vlnitor-" to Starke be mailed to .Intie." Instead, of demsimi to the large! volume which public PVai
| ha.'n
vII I in Hulrk, andthankauliuloprotliutlim
activity, have forfeited any consideration due them as visitors. 'I st'eur, nursery tuvk. Cooperationwill ThurmiayV. violating. his honor' and mailing! the | I incu.odl. 'I.
tension of
ento make Starke the show town .
-- ----- letter to its Intt'ndedination after | that are nuiJcU i,,1 i tHuimcy 1.1 an I !'
two years The driver who raves over his arrest and fine, and thereafter north Kloridn.: \ A. Trutsih, of Jacksonville. he was released from prison, \ elid icnt InJu,rr .1,:' TluUctiT! tor 1 I pi 0

weather hai spends his time in damning the town where he was given l.vnthalVyinan.. Chat.rasun. a member of the Jacksonville Ex- this mon, whoso name was not divulged car can be ...1... to you at a very '
critical moderate .
pen change/ Club wa in Starke Thum.. mailed the letter back to I rite.ctaiurc bi

for the past pay but little attention to warning given by him by officers. I i I prrparntory' to l.iylnfr 10 tnilen new'lewer ":,,,'hnnlee Club fur Starke. > The honor system is responsiblefor I only in America'. "hi !.c.f rnccjfflfltiir ; ulWi.

the months >, It j is when he digit down into the pocketbook that his soul mains. ---- that act," believes Mr. Blitch. care.'lube
1 U a tendency ; : :Make !hens i-xercise for their I M I KKfll S l'4 HACK '! In the letter, the writer referredto Buh-k..r' in.t..n ...", .. .,.,,'1 orq....
dry years all touched and:! he never forgets that town. He is a poor loser f..I. TOWN= WELFARE there being/ "only ten 'right' I |i. IMt') trin-niit the drive

years in the when caught. and his! type make up a largo portion of the "hit -- -- of the rear. wheels, hi the ch.,ni., Ofhi
; ;: ; I| guys" out of a population of 750 Instead of ..
1900. 1906.Providinl' .I'untn (;orda-frountl has been I (Continued from page 1.) burdening: the rear
and run" fraternity who will leave their victims in the ditch broken here for the installation u.' prisoners and described the others springs with duo added! duty. The In;
th the if liooHtors for the schools than the I as 18-kt. stool-pigeons./ This state nighvot priced car in America line
alongside! safe ncfi
in previous highways, a getaway can be made.A n.ODiKkilowatt/ power plant by the the. tube.
merchants.: It means greater opportunities ment coming from a prisoner torque And an docs HuUkl. ,
for May and tourist!! driving down tho streets of Starke and observing Florida Light and Power Company, | for tho generation that I among/ prisoners and with no The American public, wants limes .
the work "rr
with of
. next to hav ns any one going into a new town does the manner in I completion within four months. ex.pt'ctetl cnnies after them. They reap little thought that it would be seen hv Iraniportutiwn and hutch provide ,j I! an

rainfall."It which local traffic obeys the traffic rules, would come to the \ direct benefit and they bear the I I the authorities scores a big point; I It Buick at jews U a very, to popuhrcar,,. l..n.e'Yu\lItly*. j sh:
seems Ki""imm.-The Kissimmee Daily greatest share of the tux burden in favor of the honor system. It a ,In and Come
.Uie planting rightful conclusion that Starke had no traffic ordinances examine tli, Better Hulck by
/ and because of with this man's
Gazette expects to move into it. the lal'Ot"r'alu/ tton of prisoner ,
.ciltton in 192i he would be at liberty to do what ho pleases. Unfortunately new llO.OOi plant within the next I their property. Every far.iily *en- tion cannot inspire the I 'j ,

that the char for him and the town, he finds out differently if hitran few weeks, The structure is of i ..fit><. it' hoys and girls being heir or get): tho co-operation, I'l'ruta\\ of
orable to thi up-to.dnto design with housing facllities i IM 11| on the road to better citizen I I than ten persons. in his plot the BY3jck a art

boll weevil ai greses. for all departments hip. In the same way do the bu.i.j| ape, the honor system must be I i Infr
. that because Enforce the traffic laws and carry out the purpose: for '1<'''. men contribute to libraries'i; pretty thorough Mr. Blitch thinks. j

alight injury iI j which they were enacted, but apply them alike to friend St. 1'.tt'rathurlC-Two young armed churches and other : ", as I Captain BUtch does not deny I On y.o,afar anaktr lot thi \' \ 1, rej :
1 1 the tendency. an-1 handits held. and robbed Harry I In. ] well I I KI nio' assertion that the luic ; hl ytari. H urk harof > '
up na take a loading part i in the flic In dollar, .;
and ::1
stranger, and if It i is necssary to close the official eyes to mini.r I Griffin, manager of a local patriotic celebrations and community I tiary buildings are a "jok. *o.m.. .,.,,l ., amon* all xg ; r j tnl},

infractions of the law give the sfinger within the gates theater of $2.500 at 10-.10:: tonight. activities. lecture (courses con- 'Vny prisoner. could ( peniten.j nflki National Aulo. \\ u.- Th sr

the benefit: of the official close-up and not the one who i.s withus Griffin wa acc'ollte,1 by the two certs for the public anJ similar ,ill/"*'k hammer" he says. / f YO'thn
men in front of tho theater and in' movements. rinefficient buildings.. The "nulck Carl' are now I'olel on the haj's
as is at present practiced. It i.s time that "cutting cor. the midst of a large aggregation of Making for Convenience is a building/ program mnp- use midnight: March 281h, 1926,. cit Federal tax... effec.

i.ers" cease to be the only traffic rule enforced In Starke and I hen tre-It'oprs. I The farmer must drive hU teamor i' for the institution however I LAKE:: CITY horHe'

the parking and driving of local motorists given bin truck to the merchant's storewhether ady a cell house is being BUICKCOMPANY '
more attention ,
Daytona Beach I Icrlptions
-Pictures' and d..s.1
the road 1 is rood bad. accommodate the most ViC-
for i ffd: &. strangers Judge the law enforce. of "con men," known to Thus Is not self-intercut or that racters. ,1 J. M. Smith. Manag.r. I an

ment otI'A '!.''1..; ba operating on passenger trains I prompt the merchant to urge good use, Johnny Kinnle and J. | Baker. Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties I
( '
.; '' _. along the East Coast, have ,been roads. Besides he ia taxed for all members of the House
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