Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00916
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00916
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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R. L, Eaton of Monticello, can- f( ni I I awarded the contract for eroding :

ASSERT ITSELFCooperation didate for railroad commissioner,, / a now filling station on tho highway KEYSTONE !1 ., ,
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$, | group; one, opposing R. Hudson H-AA-At\\ I om block north of the new r \

Burr was mingling with the votersof I office building Just completed for l.

.. Und4'r''a Careful Starke Wednesday. Mr. Eaton \\r I>r. Iv: i I.. Higgs. Tho station is bo HEIGHTS PLAN

L''( Gvardainship. Spell Prosperity Is making an active campaign for .. i rAICE i A tOOK log/ erected, for N. 1 11. Walnwrlght I
the post and stated he Is well pleased ,- and his ,plans/ includetin1, beautification

-[': For Home Town. with the reception being accord. AT 7AAT. \ \ of the wedge shape block on Florida Assembly Secure!' .'I.acrt. :j

ed him in every section of the WILL YUH ? which tho station will lip! built .
I .. Home, .
MUST SUSTAIN LEADERS state. lie left Thursday morningfor 1t 9ClrghlIL''QVJR \ 'n for Permanent '. \ ,
t e In\lOIIEI.1NH: < OI.1 DARN
Alachua county where he will I y
What one thing won the war? spend several days. Workmen started this week on i Keystone Heights! March\ 2:1.: 1 I

It leadership.We El repairing and remodeling/ the old 1 1"torn Announcement was made hero to. : '
was :.
I I IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COl'RT IMfi LEAGUE ICe burn next door to the clay thin tho FlorMn C'lmutauqii//* \ ..1
in this country are not will- Gaiety; Theatre. I the building. ho Assembly recently organized, RII a
ing to admit that the weight of our I OP.VI.i7oJ5CHAIRMAN 'j
converted to mercantile ustabheh-l )i -
Pandora Thomas, assault and a permanent winter feature" has effectod -
army and navy did not play a large battery; case continued to April I nient. When the work ,IK completed arrangements for. a homo- .."'.

part in bringing hostilities to a mi the. now roof, refinishing of the site nf five acres In Keystone 'r.n"/
close> but without the unified com. 26th.R. l $
interior and tho addition! of plateglass
W. Tennant, reckless drivingof n I heights. n distinctive ant rapid' a
mand we might be fighting yet. front of ho( building will In- ,
auto; continued to April 20th.O. % ( 1At 1AtV ly growing community with & H.'CIT Ihi
Leadership was what won for started.OPENS.
beautiful location on Lake Geneva.
the allies in their fight to make the C. Willingford, operating car 1 -- .....
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world "safe for democracy." In all under influence of liquor. Plead : ICKPAIK ".::1'ItI'lI IoN: I' chitiitniujua grounds> '

the world throughout all history, guilty; fined $25 and costs, or GO V Q.i KOU .WATCHK AND:. I JKWKMCY are aH a great flatiron with Inn
day'I. wide boulevards on cither aide 1 and ...
there never was a bigger job than )Harry Howkett, formerly watch', meeting sit tho point. Immediately r

this and the leadership of General Nathaniel Little, petit larceny; .i / Q 1r inspector for the Southern Uuil- in front, in the main Ijilevlew boul.cvnrd .
Foch finished it. i paroled in custody of parents. \ olll ,
watch and unit woodland park that
I Bill, Southerland WILY has! opened H Jewelry n
petit larceny;
But what has this to do with our I charges withdrawn by prosecutor Y ''r repair shop temporarily In the skirts tho lake. An additional plot u

home town ? you ask. I II and costs paid. t 1 Men I Restaurant, next to :Mitchell's\ \ across I ho avenue by tho broad. end '

'i Leadership is Essential vehicle on state highway. Plead to Inter open a larger shop when whom an assembly, hall for the .J'I t te ter
What mobilized all America ': thousand
so guilty; $25 and costs or 60 days. business warrants expenditure. seating of fivp people ,
it was able to put the weight of all Chan. Clevinger, reckless drivingof Stnrke has need of a good! jewelry will Im hnilt. A chautau
its 110,000,000 people, of all its industry motor vehicle on state highway. ( store and Mr. Howkett !is an experienced :: club is simultaneously. to b. erect.

of all its wealth and of nil Defendant failed to appear and / (1)) repair, iniin for all classesof > cil with nil possible features far It t tl tr

its natural resources behind thp bond of $25 forfeited.Bob wink' and it lit believed only n the t "social, unit 1 recreational- advantage .

blow we struck for humanity? Thomas manufacturing intoxicating short time will elupHe' before I'm of members.. An eighteen/ hole t IHt

Leadership, again. What this I liquor. Plead guilty; growth; of his. business! will alhl\v''I 1 golf. coarse IH being( \ constructed

country did in providing the world : $145 and costs or six months. him ti> enlarge. Item I the chnutauqua grounds. ..
with a merchant marine, is a case I will
I This rliuutauqun'
Elvin Simmon, concealed weap; I I
point. lip winter from Dceln.'h"r
ons. Plead guilty; ; $100 and costs 11'/11.11'1\1. opr-u every
If in directionswe ;t : (; TO BOll ,
we pull opposite i or six months. tit March( inclusive, with thahighest
the will suffer. I'
community, talent, making thin asem-
Robert Thomas, concealed weapons. Tlie in Bradford,
political pot
China has 400,000,000 men; each of I in tho South Is tho New York f ,
Plead guilty $100 and costs I comity is beginning to show evidence lily I
whom out-work American.
can an
lake Assembly In the ,
or six months. of 1I1'I1'ilHUI1IlIr... of HOV.ernl Chnutauquu
Russia has a large population and a I ) iidditional candidates for the :: North. n nationally. known centor,
natural wealth, yet neither China THE BUCKLEY AGENCY I thousands with coursesof
I tll'', sought by ,
office of state representative
nor Russia is prosperous. They i ,, i already, study, anti where con be heard
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lack real leaders The Buckley Co., recently had '' I II lecturers
I the greatest; dramatists, ,
in tint field, Messrs. T. n. '
misfortune I !
Must Sustain Leaders. the of losing their gar I'lnhol'l'
singers, and musicians, orators,
and Geo. Young,
- nter
sustain its leaders ment fire.
Starke must factory by The companyhas I of thlicountry .a1i
statesmen mid 1 prcnchcri
This work Arch- I I
tho rounds.
if they are to guide the way during reduced prices on all chil these reconstruction times. Whenwe and for the next week I' >- ,
IOOOtIO) haw
hiH lint in the ring for represen Gifts aggregating: $ : l
give them the largest measure wonderful bargains may be had been mailo' for the Initial work. :
of support then we can hold them from local agency.
MATTHEWS ON STATE ROAD TWENTYEIGHTTallahassee Following! tho action of tho lint I The first program of lecturer and
Besides full line of
accountable for the progress of the a spring materials In reapportloning the I entertainments In to be huM t 1Rpl'inlC t 11'
community. We know that they for dresses lingerie and legislature ; ,
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the different
representatives nmong\
f} are experience true leaders with ,their because leadership we had In drapery. Lucia S. Alvarei.a March 23.-Before i I COVERMENT EXPERT I JOHNS IN JAIL; WALLACE rnunllpH' Bradford. county lost :I Keystone! Heights which Is to beused r'"j -4

} the past. It is the right kind of I his departure this morning for MI., I REPORTS SUCCESS; IN IS IN HOSPITAL HKKK: ion of Its representatives, only norheinfr temporarily' f

: leadership because it is unselfish, WILL TAKE 51 !MILES OFF amt where ho will confer with the' STATE BULB liltOWIMIi.. i' allowed from this nullify in I I .

for we have seen that whatever ) DISTANCE JAX TO TAMPA |'county commissioners relative to { Baldwin Tuwn Marshall IK. Charged I ho storms. Bradford and Union + Al.VARE7.: DRAWS! FIVE YEAH .t "

prosperity comes to the city as a i' the steps preliminary to advertise Florida Has Promimng Future 'or With Assault! to Murder. I I counties will bp represented by Oil,' ,.,'TKItM.: .MANSLAUGHTER) !

I result of their effort Is shared by Howey Flo.-Free holders of'' ing for bids for tho Constructionof | Commercial Purposes If' Says. senator. Hon. 11. Iv: Knight', nfStnrke
you and me and every single indi. the special district number 11 have 12 miles of the Tamiumi TrailIn Jacksonvile( March 2!).-Charged. / whose term lines not expire I.I Charley( Alvarez was. given nnrnifiico
Dade 1 DeLand March 21.-Dr. David! with assault with attempt to nuir. In tho statapenitentiary
County Dr. F. A. Hatha. until 1ij2K.! ::! of five yours
'virtual in the community. approved a bond. Issue of $450,000for '
j way, chairman of tho State Road Griffith, bulb expert of the depart der two officers In n p..tl'lof\ weeds at Rniford. when the 4. ,
This is democracy in its highest building of 20 miles of pave.) ment of near' Baldwin InloIond..y: night, after I hut Im drew his. gun: shout :
Department announced that hp- had agriculture, Washington; jury trying him lit I the regular
i form.With I'I'I roads the completion of which will hud an interview with Hon. E. S. i.. C., has Just left DeLand for \II. Johns, town marshal of Ilnld. ,I' irif nt John several till"'-''. : term of circuit court for Polk county -

I the merchants! of Starke be the final link in the short cut I Matthews of Starke, Chairman of home after a survey of the bulb. win, is being held, \, in the county A. T. :Mi/ell i garage: owner atItalilwin found him guilty of mnnnlmightir. -

I there is no inducement in running of the Jacksonville-Tampa highway 1 the Association to promote tho growing; Industry of Flnridn. In jail. Ho surrendered surly yesterday I ( siiid., hit was on the scrum The, case wits tried Tuesday I J"',
up a record for sales this month I through Lake county over stateroad \ morning to ;M. K.: Oran. -hurtly after tho shooting I I"Jiilins I t.I t.L t.
building of State Road No. 28 between his tour Dr. Griffith visited at Wal- tint 1 Wednem'ny, Alvarez being rep.ii'Hontod .
with last month with number 2. This will about
or cut
compared : into the
\ Lake City and Palatka. This do anti points in Marion Lake ,Sem. deputy sheriff disappeared! \ hy (:,,1. D. R.: Knight, of f '-
last If that were their aim, 51 miles from the present shortest | .did show| (
year. road which is known as the "shortroute" mole and Vohnla counties.! A year Johns Is alleged to have ope'it'dfire 'woods, he stated, "lip nut Sin rk.iv
they would be unworthy of the confidence route. he made of this of on a posse of five men, head. at hii homo until about daybreak. ,I
will the counties a tour sup
traverse ofI ago part I Alvarez last Novenihcr
the was arrested -
in them by
placed peo. I
ell by Constnblo: Briico Williams Then hp surrendered to n
i an ,
Columbia, Union Bradford the state and in making comparisons .
I Clay for the murder, of Jack "
of this
pie community. purpose ; I with
they sought\ to arrest him and a deputy' sheriff. The wonmn I
is to make Starke strong and TITLE TO PROPERTIES CLEAR ,i i and Putnam to Palatka via Key- expressed surprise and) satisfaction woman fn the cnxiiing gun; bat- I I Johns also. disappeared, and hall not Johnson. aIii/ year old painter of
stone n..ij'hts.Thp ; at the increase in Interestand
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realisation llnim-H ,
/ 1 City, following a quarrelover
and in the hiioting..
prosperous i tin the constable was shut through been seen since the ,,
of this purpose you benefit as! I Miami-"John Binder" is dead. '; the Legislature Chairman of pointed 1925 out that fields.plantings.the After examinationof he said 'both legs, and,' I II. A. Wallace, railroad I I Johns recently defeated" (:nHt.i-> : payment for quart of liquor.Alvor..z I
extended over territory
much as they. Your wants, and His death knell was sounded late I ) telegraph operator who had .William* in n nice for town wan cut about the hand "
those of your family must be sup yesterday by Circuit Judges H. F. Road 28 from Starke to Palatkavia he was to glad to report that he I been sworn In as u special officer, mnrshnl. Residents do not he- with 11 knifu by Johnson, and when

plied whether you buy here or else Atkinson, A. J. Rose andV.. II. Keystone Heights, and. madeit had not seen a failure in the bulb was seriously:, (Injured. lievo; tho shooting wa canned by 1m :attempted, to reach him attain
a State Road. As It is in the of Florida.At .
where. If you buy elsewhere and Price, in joint session. second industry Wallace wan brought to St.Luke's I political differences, un the two with the knife Alvarez struck
elsewhere the preferential system no Stale a meeting at Sanford, Dr. Johnson over this head with a :
your neighbor buys Their decision was expected to hospital Immediately! nf. men always appeared friend/! .aHe's
funds can be expended the 1 Griffith said to gathering of
on roa a
wrench him. .
movement of money-which con.atitute clear title to property worth mil until ter the gun bnttlp by R. C. McDc-r- : Constable Williams was appointedto killing Dumping tb
tho sinews of our local business lions of dollars and wipe out at a the further authority is grantedby ;\ growers: I ran, one of the pnssm. Examination II II"howp.1 l that. office by the governor :It body out. along n Ida road. Alvaroareturned
Legislature, or until the "In soil examinations I have
; ,
i my the dance ho
will be from to bad quit.
ystem- away single stroke the legal tangles I ho was shot through the is said.An .
Starke. Home trade will suffer, which tied up hundreds of lots and i I pleted.preferential system 'is com come to tho conclusion that good lungs. He may recover unless co n-I 1 investigation win conductedinto ted in search nf liquor. Following

merchants will have to go; out of partially paralyzed ,the real estate the conference However It developedfrom potato land well-drained seems to plicutions set in, hospital attaches'' the affair; by C. M. Saucer I tho finding of .the hotly, Alvarei '
with Mr. !Mat. be soil for
the right
stores will become- vacant : 'I was arrested.
business believe. sheriff
market following the binder frenzy deputy
i thews, that the counties
through Florida. Potato fertilizer In
houses wni be for rent, taxes will .
of Inst August. Williams was taken to his homo -
which the rond passed have all vol.ed to suit the sod! to
quantities\ seems
go up on your property if schools, ;:, The definite ruling; of the judges bonds and by his son who was a member of '
thp State Road Department
for narcissus
bu the thing
roads and other improvements ] was that owners of real estate has been right ( the posse.' Ills injuries are only Broadcaster
are to be maintained at the present! I .whose' titles have been clouded by those funds and invited to takeover growing.( I want t" caution !growers flesh wounds/ and are not serious. Oldest '
to let bulbs thoroughly mature
standard. ," the filing of binders have rilthtto I I According to county officer, emt+ p -JI'j'
a thp construction of the rond. wkkt + t r '
die before digging, andjcare p
and tops :
Down Bankruptcy Rood s -j'j'l
Johns would mnko statement
demand that thp recording dopartment ; The Chairman stnted that Mr.\ nr y ys r tbr t tracd
the i should be taken In digging( to >
You are starting yourself on ,, of the clerk of the circuit :Matthews had concerning tho affair. rt
downhill road to bankruptcy, unless court these from tho I proposed that n not let hulhs ijunburn or be bruised I Constulilu Williams claim Joh-i .. lied:' i itic l
remove re.ords. meeting of
association of which
the buying of fel- in any way. They should\ bo pick.. ,opened; ,
power your ? he is the bo fire on his! posse after they ? i
president held and
low-townsmen is! pitted airaintt ed us. fast as dug and spread to had ) Johns In tho woods j
Decision of the three Judges in | that Dr. Hathaway attend and confer surprise ,iro
to offset the influence of your dry. where they will bo-well ven- and told.
you these cases has been awaited for, with ) him ho was under arrest.
example.But | the members to arrange;\ tilated. They should not bo piled Tho first shot fired! ho .said truck
comb time, as they have hud l the i thp details and conditions )
when buy at home, thereIs \ more' than six inches deep. the. fir"t
you mutter under advisement for the which tho Walliico pouring him to fall to t u> ;
\: I". work; might he commenced month and watched carefully, to ItRg D
an entirely different picture last sixty days. using county funds. The chair ground. Tha next: two shots hit ('t \
paint. The money. goes tho roodsand avoid heating. I him; tlirnii-h the legs; he Btate.lan.1 ., man agreed: to attend' and his '
leaves strength and confidence, MiSS BIR LA DENMARK. upon idle of Treatment -- --- ----- ,... ... ..,.'
return from :Miami! .
will' Indicateto
behind with every transaction thru i "After they are dry and cured in the success'" of: commercial bulb \ 1v
Miss nirla Denmark, 17, :Mr.( Matthews a time and place 1 growing here Is assured r4qak .. .., '
which it passes. You save what age storage which hhould be In an open ; .. ;.,.. v
would l otherwise!! bo wasted In an ,lied' Uonday. March! 15th at hpr j jiimia where tho same may be hold. In ., shed they should be graded. und,) Kind To (;row. p.. :, 4 '

expensive chopping trip to the city.: I in Jacksonville after an illness addition to discussing the prelim sized., The round single-nosed) | Ono drawback pointed out by Dr, tt

Increased", trade means a larger: of several! days. inaries and), details, the meetingwill bulbs of thirteen centimeters an I 'Griffith is shortage of planting' .

assortment of goods offered by the The body was brought to her discuss" generally the location:! :1 over are tho kind to send to market stock It is adrlsablo to carefully t.: t \ r
of the road, but the final location, 'J
home-town stores. All the build. farmer homo at Raiford for Interment I i I of for forcing. Those that bloom guard all avallnblo stock of Polly. .
will he .
I ings are occupied and more are In Snpp cemetery. Rev. Hornr ; made only after ed and split up this year, and all anthU narcissus! for future propn.

""-4' I ;\: it being the duty of the
fidence. New buildings! go: up and I Riverside Park church of Christ I back In thp field, for future grow not only taper White but

, rropertv\ values rise. Your house Jacksonville, assisted by Rev. E. Department to definitely locnta stock The slabs or offsets shoul l should endeavor to gel) it ,

I increases in value, kVr.liamn,: of Starko conducted the state roads. I Soleil D'Or double Roman and
and your lot ,, .
The idea flfrr.: Matthews and I
funeral service. !Miss Denmark has
sharing In the general prosperity' plantell I other strains of Plyanthus. In .
those Interested to the
been a cnsistent member of the use county il
by which all profit. a the Chinese Sacred Lily he believes

I Add to Peace of Mind. Christian church for the past five'' omits. toward as far m the the construction same will extend of- I,I with one! season' good!' culture.' The ,:' that state has. an excellent oppor. t, #,
No falling off in your standard, ), eari.S'.ie the work with the thought that reason for grading two sizes is that tuntiy in production for, although '. 1.f" *
of living, as there Is when times : leaves to mourn her death I, when been I'I one cannot bo snro the smaller ones they do not force a.i well at. Paper : t' i *
are bad. The comfort and well-be-1 I 1 her mother, :MM. Rozina Addison same have exhaustedthe will make thirteen centimeters, and, Whites, the flowers themselves aro :; : V .J
State will probably be )in I i 1'P.rri
1 two brothers and two sisters and a a po F !
ing of your family add to your I Ig i ipeace sition to extend aid in that cUP it would be Better' tu more popular and liio supply very :
of mind., You have no cares 1 1I toot! of friends. have them in separate planting short. :1
has resided in Jack. Dr. Hathaway assured Mr. :Matthews : I 'f
!Miss Df mark l
and no worries. There Is no need to of the where they could have special at ,! Hisi' notation on Easter LFlliesbrings :'

take your boys. and girls! out of lonville I for the .past two years. the Department hearty in facilitating cooperation the of tendon" :I: him to the conclusion that ,,14 ; !

I school to help support the family. work. Tile main point brought out by': they could, to successfully grown J JI
wholesome oil. e e 4 e e *. eC i'I commercial scale In Florida ;
They enjoy a healthy, Dr. Griffith was that careful handling )- on a ,

.1 ;youth and they enjoy the training Starke Chamber of Commerce St. Petersburg-Four large mon. of newly-dug bulbs will\ avoidlosses but owing to a tendency of Imported -

that Is to fit them for useful manhood oil meets every Thurs- grel dogs, a* large as calves, who by decay; careful storage 1 bulbs to decay extra caution I

and womanhood. day night at the City e1 I have been attacking and biting I will prevent losses' by over-heating should bo observed planting. He
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This Is your great opportunity. C Hall. Every citizen of school children In the Lehman and careful grading will Insure sat I believed that this stock here will :, Mook.r. 97. and the flmt whit mon to travel tho Or"g
I Help to bring prosperity to Starke the town is expected to be Heights;\ district of this city for almost l factory forcing. And he express be come naturalized! and therefore too nine then hit traveled' the ...ma frail. by auto and airplane Is shoes '.

I and reap a double profit for every C present. 8 o'clock. oil'' a weak were being sought by ed the belief that If the bulb grow. I a much ,, better foundation from; hue broadcasting an address over the radio. II. Is the oldest' man who I\

I cent you spend at home. e e e e e e police to<"ay.- er of Florida carry out these points vhlch to start. ever, broadcMt. via radio.' .\

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owners of the Story's Shoe !stor< 'NERVOUS AND RESTLESS, I PURIFICATION

School JournalMT.ENE lJro"kl'rIsrh: :UO.--Mr.:! : UillJiuxtiT. here announced l today the early establishment 1 '
High il of Kendrick! was here lust of a \large shoe store> i' Gas pressure in the abdomen Any physician will tell you that

week visiting( relatives. in Hainrs City and a third store 1 ir "IVrfeit Purification of the System -
| causes a restless nervous feeling
I.. A. Brown and son, ArtforJ Bartow as a part of it's.' plans foi Nntme's! fuundaton of Perfect -
MATTHEWS ITtII'IoD"iw visitors to StHrUu and prevents sleep. Adlerika removes Health" Why not rid! yourself
MAMMV (In, K\: (.'.KHUNAfhkltc nil I IAN 1)1 SI VS wi-re Monday. "expansion this year.
hdfwrn-<'hlrl ASS.l.Ie l tdllur Kilitur 'I'iki Editor,, \I.. li. Gainey wan a business. vitit gas in ten minutes and. Iif| chronic :iilmi>nt> that tire undur-

",r to Starke Tuenduy. Tnl1..hnlll'll'o-FJoridll's' first fist t i \brings out surprising amounts of mining your vitality Purify your

'3 uf Aim, and so he gave tho strung Dr. W. Miildleton: of Starke. I 1 hatchery is successfully on its way:' old 1 waste matter you never thought I i entire system by taking a thorough

ted men he found, this. name. rg WHS a professional visitor here nrconHng( to Shell Fish Commissioner I : in This excellent ( ourse. of Calotabs,-once or twice!
Tui'Dilny. morning.L. wan your system.! n week for several wl'eks-and sea
e f f.H Louise Snyder. 1fl I R. fJaint-y and S. 11.lolt: T. R. Hodges. The hatchery: intestinal evacuant is wonder- ,i, how Nature rewards you with
which established at Welaka
I Filth Crude; miulp a hiiHinexs trip to Chieflan, was | fur for constipation or allide stomach ;i health.Cnlotubs! .
us a result of cooperative efforts"r I the of allsystem
There were. thirteen season tickets Saturday niKht. are greatest
the federal and state' governI -, I trouble. Don't wunte time with
to Chiutuuiuu: | bought by lh' :Mr. Mph Huzen; was visitor to 'i ; purifies fiet; a family
I nicnta was opened with a batteryof pills or tablets but get REAL Ad-
fifth grade.! Many of the otiier: Starke Monday morning. package, containing full directions
I children from this grade went At :Mr. Grady Baxter, uf Jacksonville 40 hatching jars, facilities tvi>, lerika action! Sold by Mitchell's!I price 35 cts.; trial package 10 ct!.
I rare for several million at a charge,,, I drug Store.
i different times We all enjoyed spent part of lust week with At any drug store, (Adv.)

.H ': the attractions put on during the his parents Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. _
\, L 'I week, and hope they will return [}; Baxter. I j

to Starke next yeur. I II' I Messrs. Carl, Orvil and Roswell F Here Are Three Real Easter Bunnies

Ward, of Jacksonville spent Sunday -
The "picture club" has a new c=
with their mother Mrs
T. P.
OCIt:71:747SS04525752.! '' picture hung in our room this week.It 1l'ir 244575252.52ZS25'' 5252. ,I Ward. ,

( PHYSICAL EU. PERIOD CUT I'' is a copy of Landseer's. "Victorof James -Merrill: I weigh three Quite a number of young folks r o
the the Glwi.; It was framed
i I pounds more than you do. enjoyed a surprise' party at the
:Mr. Hoover and all feelproud
the week our physical by we
During past Merrill--Aw, you're cheating, home of Mrs. R. J. Olliver Friday:
education period usually for I of it. I II I you got your hands in your pocket. n lcht.
minutes was cut down to
> ty-five Messrs. Wilbur and J. D. Rimes
J"hn--Why is an empty purse ,
; ten minutes. This enabled us. to i I 'J''a'her-Paul you are a disgrace j I
th ? of Worthington Springs here
always > were
> same
1 I get in an extra period before dinner to the room, coming to
BiII-'FrIlld can't tell ; Saturday evening.
you. '
and to get out ut three o.c1..kin j ,school with you hair not combed.
I John-Why, because you never Mrs John Shriver spent Friday
the afternoon in time for the Hid yoij have a comb
change in it. in Ktnrko. She was accompanied
see any '
afternoon Chautauqua, which most I'aul-No, ma'am.TencherWhy .
home by her daughter :Miss' Marguerite 1W
: of the students attended. Duo to j Lady to Hobby; ::':If you don't I' didn't you lisa who spent' the week-end
the cutting of this period, we have I quit making so much noise I atI your father's comb ? I,
this week from the us-. 'aul-He! had no hair, ma'nm. here.Royro
no reports I this party I shall have to send you Oalney and Grady Baxter
from thu club, as. no '
1 numbly or home
Colored 'IIUl11l11y-AwII: want a spent Saturdny in Lnwtey.
meetings were held.I I Hobby (pulling his invitation -
.!:: I out ticket fo' Florence.Tickit .
)-Well. it nays here that I Agent (after ten minutesof Death of :Mrs. .). II. Kelley
can stay from two to five o'clock. looking. over inilruud guides)- The death\ angel visited/! the homeof

more we are beginning to> i Win-re is Florence J. 11. Kelley Saturday afternoon
I" count: the days. until the end >f Traveler' -Your son just threw;| Colored. .. :'IllImmy-OH'r thur sotI and! took away the beloved! wife

? I', school, not thut we don't enjoy u. stone at mo. I; I tin' on the fence. and mother She was laid to rest +
Put-IJIII hi-, hit ? I
I ing to school oh, of course! not-g"-I I you Sunday afternoon in Dorian cemi w rjjr
Tl'Uvcler-N Knglish: PrOf'sKor-CulIIl' prepared tery. She leaves' to mourn her death j

}, Tho juniors are taking up l'nt--Then he- wasn't my son. tomorrow for Wf' shall ta'tc her devoted husband and nine rhildrcn -

( j id Coppcrfield" in class, they are the life of John Milton. a large number of other relatives :
:Sixth I Grade;
fi allowing Uienieslves three weekst -----e-- and a host of warm friends
: Tho Chautauqua is in town now. --a- I
for study of this novel as it is PINE CASTLE
/ I All of us that can go listen to the 1 :\In!l. KI.IZANKTH OIU.IAKI
rather long. I IP If able to ,
lectures. we are! report _
Pin Castle March 2 5.-:Miss Lucille y
Tho seniors are studing! ""French I en the lectures we get fie pointson Hull spent Sunday with her :Mrs Elizabeth Uilliard 79 passed tit 't '
in class. No Dora, our history or English. So we ousin Miss 1111 to the :
Short Stories" I Ruby Harvey of I niptun. great beyond Monday
I Just because they are French stories I all try to go as! many times asl night March 15th, at the home of

* desn't necessarily mean they are possible.We I CoI'O.V.. Sheffield was a visitor;': her daughter, Mrs. Elithia Narmon. I
r 1 banned from the class room. are now studying, about th. to Stnikc one day lust week The deceased was! born in Bullock

!great men. of Ameriiu such n' E J. Dowling, of Starke, was a county, Georgia April 7th, 1847

r'' As there was no assembly meet. poets and art painters. We are visitor at the home "if :Mr. Roger ,, and was a devoted Christian beinga

. ing March 17, the juniors gave beginning/ our "Health Poster"now Thursday afternoon member of the Kingsley Lake

their play "Red Roses" at the meeting | to see if we can't win the :Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Hull and. Baptist church for fifty years. She

March 21. II prize. daughters, Myrtice, and l llarlCi"l: j had been in declining health for

spent I Sunday with their son and' the past five years the end was not
!Seventh GradeThe ;
cl Oh, ).t'sl! the freshmen are reading duughter-in-law: and :Mrs. A. unexpected.She .
g' "As You Like It" in ib !ss. They :, greater part of our members .
1 O. Hall of Waldo.O. \ leaves to mourn her one ,
v seem to like it fairly well, thank enjoyed the splendid programs. W. !Sheffield and, :Mr. Rogers brother Lewis Wilkinson of Jack. ,
en by the Chautauqua. Some lCiv-1
you. i and girls consider lectures" were attending to business in Wul- sonville; one son, Lewis! Gilliard!,
I T do !Saturday evening. also of Jacksonville and five
their ;
Tho seniors have begun and tedious but these were not that
haven't ;Miss Lucille Hull was a visitorto daughters, Mrs. J. E. Matthews of
search for a play we yet kind They were interesting jn
a Hamilton Rcmh Illuefield, Va.. Mrs W. 11. Jonas
their seleUion. i Sunday eve- ,
been informed of well as enjoyable.We ti
ning. and Mrs H. M. Inghram of Jack.
have been having series
All the students Bucm to be enjoying of spelling l mutches. Thursday. Oscar) 1.:.tl'H of Waldo, was. it sonville, Mrs. Elithin Norman and
our forty-five minute recess visitor at the home of A. C. Hall :Mrs. Riley Norman of Starke also"
:March 4, we we're against the sixth
manned, for day lust week several grandchildren and :
'l ufti-r having om great
I grade. At thu end of a given tinii
nearly a week. ;Mr. .and ;Mrs Thmim.s. Jo.: Oldhuin grandchildren. flees
we were nhnul; ut the end of a
uf Jacksonville, was in our Section Interment was in the family lot
What 114 worrying the juniors! lengthened time wo were even. Thursday afternoon., in Dyal cemetery, Rev J. T. Barnes i,
.about their banquet is nut feeding ;! :March 18 wu were against the Albeit. Stringer, of High Springs officiating. A large number attended I
I Eighth: grade, at the end of the
the seniors but feeding themselves.We spent Thursday here with friend, the funeral of the deceased, I
given time we were found ahead __ GAINESVILLE'S GREATEST STORE
," I cOlnplln..nt"I I l\1 rR. Pennison and 1 children, "f who numbered her friends by her

are still getting 12th. I Grocer:' -You want a Jolt l.h1 Du Hampton, were in our section Sut- acquaintances. Practically all of IF ill II IIas
;, of the
play j
ttt i on our
; I, you tell lies ? iinlay afternoon the family was at the bedside when

Of course we don't. want toe Itoy-Xo, but, I'd be willing to, :Miss \Lucille I II.ill motored to the end came.

sound disrespectful' lint ono of our learn Hawthorne, Saturday evening( an* y t

;,- 0' I seniors did not appear quite so dignified while then utlernlivl u birthday. MRS. II) \ J. SWILLEY I
received, blow 1W"Klin1\ have went'I'hat's party.Mr." .
when the a on
( :
s'f the head from a basketball at ro- I wrong" isn't it ? : / and :'I/r'/ .. Rogers" and fiiniil.-. Mrs. Ida J. Swilley: age -1i>, died I
her home in s
Tampa Friday.
the other day. However ,she .I'"IIIIIIyes., ntat'a in. were visitors" to Cinliam. Sunday i
ccss :Mrs. Wasdin Why is. it ? Aitliur. ; March: the 10th after a short ill
looked dunning! or should. wee -- Simmons, of Waldo, spent,
w'I very aster
; sn\ stunned I ? I Tommy, ,Because, you. can't'I' ,the\ W'-ek-c'itd' hinwith his couninClyde ness.Mrs. ( N1U j jC' ,! ,.
Swilley daughter .1'
went, yet j ('i( nisi \Vill-t. \Hull. was a i
The physics class, has been "n-I
N4i joying! mint' experiments hit ,, Eighth (Crude; ] in C.unesvillr; :Monday Hampton and wax for yeari i .
1L h We sometimes wonder why they'I At the lust meemg of the Club.Iut'h ;Mi-.es, Itubv and Jessie i ;May\ faithful t member of the Hampton
I 12: I I'.lL'il':!I;, it was decided I hal Baptist church, of which she became -
tint( .such delight in these experi-i ; |1111'\\ mid 1 Kilil: IYi vutt uf ll.lllipmi ;- I Iil'
:: Luis Colley, Li'l.u Pen Andrew-, a member during her girlhood ,II,:
111l'nt"1'e, sure it couldn't,, 'III' ( vvinthe, ,iii'sts ...rIi": [,u- -
$ I and/ Peurl/ Manning get a prourani days. ;
because they miss. port uf the ph- ill I \lion Siinilav night.SUItSCKdiK .
. lcs lesson I !for the next meeting. of the ('lu'! ---- Besides her husband, She Is survived /
I>nni, Manning was elected' pre-i., TO by four sons, Lertie, Russell. I il'il'I I

It. 11. :S. PHILOSOPHY I :dent: of the Club. 'stir TELEGKAI'lIViolin ([\\y
i three brothers, K. J. and Joe King, i
ot t Getting zero on their report cards 'I -- j of Hampton; and Tom King, of ''
{ means! nothing to II. II, S. studes. i, 1 Tampa. I I
Is Valued at $15,000 'i I
" A debate Is civilized "fuss." I M ,y.l,. .... ,- Funeral services were held at'

v ,dealers ** 35iu I" 1 "" *"" "** the family residence Sunday after
S'5 |
Seniors are always anxious to >* TT" TI! l k noon at three o'clock conducted by Never before such selections have I
I t VV '*** *$> <# if&*
pass the Luck, unless it's a five.p Rev Shillings. Interment was in II
cvJ[ fci -
put, i4 & Jackson Heights cemetery with

:Mortician F. T. Blount in churgo. been offered Women Shoppers of
k- There's a world of difference be- ;|, :I
Pallbearers were: J. I Minton..J. I
it tween "stude" and "stewelh"No 1
I T. Upton J. W. Williams. P. I STARKE .
1ear Oriffis, J. D. Parker and A. R. Aiel.
matter how old a freshmen 1 j! $ t >P II
may be. a senior thinks he still gets ker. d

I his nourishment from a t"U1r." |, The deceased has many friends! I

: throughout the county who will re "
An "A" on tho report curd i- irrt-t to learn of her death ami who Easter Hats- !
worth two in the alphabet.!
extend\ their sympathy to the bereaved -
-- ---- i
REPORT: PROM TIIK: (!U \ IIKSSecond r ones. --- Here you find Hats that go to the smart\ extremes of fashion: for II

Crude; n::, this season. You will find very ]large Hats or the small belting rib I

We are glad to say that we IIIIM Peary's Son ton Hat. Hats of crocheted straw Bangkoks of perle visca.

our Health Booklet near completion' ,I You will find the specially] priced. I
It is not as jClloI'n", we would like Ii,

to have it, but with exams In view ,1., Attractively Priced at $7.50 $10.00 to $25.00 ,.I j

we have to work more.Caridad .
,t Torruellu 1 is !back n 'am' ,

after n long illness i" I I Easter Frocks-

i Third Grade If.*

Lula Redgrave has to Turn-
gone "
pa on a visit.Georgia -;"', for every day and every part of the day. Frocks with such a styb

Katherine Haynes is absent f each model] true to its type. Dresses of taffeta, crepe Elizabeths

on account of \illness. flat crepes and crepe de chenes. You will ]love this collection of

The Story of Columbus styles.

54 After a J long time men though Priced Sensibly at 18.95
the earth was round. Even when 22.50 29.50 and 39.50

Ii I they thought so it was hard, ti"

t prove it. But at last a brave -nbI ; '

I, raid l he could sail a hip across tK +.c s You Will Find Shopping A .

1 unknown sea reach n land knew t""

f be far to the east.

/ Some people made! fun of tht Pleasure Here!

tailor, hut after a long delay n "

I ,good Queen helped him to get threN cffW.

N small ships and ho sailed away into -

the west where no ship hud. ev'i
I sailed before. This brave man wi- An arctic expedition Is now being
'i formed by the American Museum of '
'' Columbus, his sailors soon wished Natural' History of New York City, @1YM.r '

to come back and even planned to ami George palmer Putnam the publisher .

kill him but he sailed on and on. to make picture. Robert GAIMESVILLa.PLORIDAPAGE

At last he saw an island and later ., M. Roach Brooklyn' Height Texe. U shown I 1'cnry shown above), a son of Ad- I
with his genuine
found larger ones. He thought Oupard CHufTo' Prufor violin.'..lcS to be 410 :years old and worth III,000. miss) Peary who discovered the
they were part of the East Indies ftert are gala to be but four of thew Initrumeot In aut.uct. I j parly.North> Pole, will accompany the

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M VRCH 26, 1926 1'I.'r"J/' 2' 'P "!p' BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH. -/

I'etersburlt'-I'o"sibllitles that I Palmetto-Traffico signs" to bo :-nnr"I-Nt'w; tourist hotel will B = ym
rl.ERK'8 REPORTFINANCIAL states in the hope of catching( Huhn other members of the gang! by photographs was captured the following morn I St. would placed at intersections tlirougho.itthe ho proofed horo.
this city
:; STATEMENT COUNTY before he had time to "cover up." as the men who held ing, March 29, 1925. the brick mason pf 8'
loomed last business district, will be< Installe or.t III 1'11-' -Plans under way for
with while the of trial dates strike
FUNDS I thorn at bay guns, Continuance kept on a general
Sheriff Is Surprised I igo l bore under onl<11'1'< tf the fllHIIII'i nit oontruction of pro- c
In wait said city ..
payroll was being placed n !Huhn prisoner in the county jml when contractor are "
finntiGlul, Mnlotm-nt nf Rrir.l lCounty this n night ultlmission.t. .
Monthly "Huhn will not conic way t I
month of K-lnunry\ l't-rt ing iar. The arrest of the men followed the POM il municipal! hospital.
fur the i iI : you can bo sure of that. Too many, hero until a few months ago, whenhp to have refused to raise waurl'scal. 1" !

I "..I. Fi-l I.VM General_'Fund _-- Ii20.18IL. I. people] know him in this section, shortly afterward.New wns nmvirtpd and scntonritl to I .. from $12 to $14 a day. 8.....................N...., I. I .
._ip'M, during month ____ 24ft.7tf and his unexpected break for libertY "" Trial Recommended T :
10 imprisonment. Judge IVtteway Ki."immeaA: Kvllu2g
Warrant. iiwtuvil during month 6W51J years I new : i
Dal. March 1. 11126 _._ 679.711 is evidence that ha was being Hula was tried in criminal court granting, clemency< in view switchboard with -I.,O "drops" will r :
Fln and Forfeitures Fond assisted l by friends and his every and sentenced to 20 years Impris of county Imprisonment und his bo ready to "cut over" Saturday, ForSalei ..
Ilal. \lpt FYI''' during I. IIU8\ month.-- .175400Hci 2io.07Dt.bunsrnta move is well planned." Sheriff onment. Later tho grand jury call good behavior. Since then he has \\'. F. Girtman, plant superintendent -I i I
during month ._ J'"S 41 Heirs said late yesterday. The been held. in the Jail awaiting '
county company
Osceola Telephone
cil Huhn before it and later recommended of the
____ ____
Jtal. March t, 1IU 6 n 1710.42Road sheriff and his deputies expressed : '
Fond i the of Huhn, in that he he given a new arrival of the prison author) announced today. I' Bean Hampers.( 2S and :H2 quart; Iots of less than 25 at SEVEN'I
8B 9.IT surprise at escape 'trial. The trial grantedby 20 cent Inch 25:
Dal. Feb 1. \ new was for
$1.75,50 for $!).OO 100
______._ view of his record while held here. ties.Al ; ; or more
Iteerinui+ during month X t.tiKitbunwnumU : said by. his companions
Lester Ciildrn and I A
House man
during month 3U4.0UOalaandlnc Judge L. J. Oibson. Approximately I Tampa- <3 i>17 l-2c each. Car lots (6) to 8 thousand 15c each
IndrbttdnwHal. I March 29, 1924, Al house and a year after the robbery, John Kemiie, convicted: of participa. to be Brock Brown, 33: of delivered at station j
your __
F.b. 1. \VM\ ..__._ his gang of which Huhn was a Huhn was released on $10,000 bond, tion in the name robbery now are Akron, Ohio, wns drowned hire In
JIAoe.II't| during during month month-...... 19.26Dbbuerm.nto i member, entered the Hav-A-Tam pending new trial. Upon his release nt Raiford, House serving a 99- the illsborough river when ho at-
J. \
Ilal. March I. IMt .... 1t.26 pa cigar factory and escaped with officers trailed him. Within year sentence. As a fugitive from tempted to swim across the stream, L. HARRELL :
Wid..'. Peiuloa t a payroll of $2.1.000. The men werenot a short time he joined Al House justice Huhn Is tho remainingmember answering a challenge to. n "diire"He I : '
Dal. ...b. durin"I, .Jc:i month.._- 127.80JI&oeuptho 1908 masked and several employes and drove to the House hang-out on I' of the gang at large.- went down within 50 feet of the Lnwtey, Florida.

B.L l>i.bur March....inenta 1. during 1\126\ __month___-_-_-_-_-_.... 97.00 46.66Agrleultur. later Identified House, Huhn and Central avenue where the gang Tampa Tribune. shore. I t........................e..................N.. 1

Fund .. -
Sal. Feb. 1. l .-_ 196.161,
Itocpipui during 2I1m'th--;;; = 16.87INKbunwmenU : ,. _.:., ___ --,. -- ._ -_ -, - '-- _:
month.. -- -- -
during ____ 'I'ITel
Bal March I. IIIl6 611.01 I
Building Feed. I With every day bringing; the hot, sunny sum. ,1'1'
____________. 7.tKacripu
Zal. Feb. during 1. 111211 mnnth riser days closer, the woman of f rt'sight.thawoman 'I
Di...bur..mtnta durintr month- .n._ with the ability to prepare for a condition 4 4nn
Dal. March. I, 11l it ___.n March_____1-, 19211.1.18 beforait arrive*-in carefully treating hl'r. New EASTER LIdsskin

BRADFORD COUNTY to make it immune to the summer discom

SPATE 1 hereby. OF certify FLORIDA.that the fonioinit atato- forts the careless!'! woman knows during* the hot As Low As $2.00 1
ment of the Receipt and Warrant i I.- months because she makes no effort to prevent '
aualnnt the fund of Bradford County
bur month of February. 1KJ6\ U true and them. Peek Co. ,
eurnvt balk I. u> the bent of my knowledge and We :have a complete Detection of fine quality, Realty all i

O. W. ALDERMAN well known preparations that are a wonderfulaid
Cleric of the Bradford Circuit County.Court. to beauty. There Is no reason why the careful You'll find all the new spring styles In IB.'rN.ti'.

By C. A. KNIGHT D. C. woman cannot have a skin as smooth and, all the new spring colors waiting for you \
I "'lit
fair In the in the winter. Creams REAL ESTATEUNIMPROVED e
summer as here. They're all aces men, but it won't liter..
CLERK'S REPORT I II nnd lotions, applied regularly;: will do much cost
anything to look
I FARM LANDS at thorn. Of courseto +
Report of the Clerk of the Clrauit CourtIn I to prevent sunburn-which is infinitely more
eat. for Bradford County. Florida cm we also carry our regular conservative .
be desired than trying to the sun
.. .
t'' account of Ta> W.aueeied HAYES.for the Tat year Collector 1929.K. burn. Powder that Is fine, soft and adherent Improved Farms Turpentine and Time er Lands, Residences in Starke Building line of hats and cap .

I. TV Bradford Ceanty and rouge that can be so artistically applied as Lots for Homes and Business Lake Kin gsley Waterfront Lota.

r'" To ba) due Feb.Coonty 1. l'J26\ Proper__._____... '110.S3By to be undectectable even under the bright rays
collected. ____ JB8.7S
, : un -- l
of the sun, are beauty aids that every woman
To bal. March 1. 1926 -_u__._ 81)6150\ should carefully consider. J. M. AlvarezMitchell's ) I
" Flna and PorfeUare r....
1926 .___... 11123.04
To bal due Feb. I. ---
I I By amU ecftleetod n__--__.. -31.75- Drug Store Th* Stor Where Quality Rules

\ To. ,"".. due County March Road I.and 1928.Bridge____ 179029 .. -,-,- ---.-- -,- -.-,- ... .... ... .... ..- -.....- ..-- .- -, ., -,_._,_.., ,- ..,
.. .. .
--- - T
___. .
duo Feb. 1. IVtt 72S8 19Br
To- bal -
eat' eolltttea, ______.__... U6.91t

To hat March I. 1928 _..__.___.-71 1.20lUad GOOD GROCERIES Strawberry and TruckJust ;
and Bridie Bonds .
To bal. due Feb. 1, 1UJ6________82796.89 Arrived If your appetite seems to be deserting EASTER Hats and
By amU collected __n__._______ >71.44
To bal due March 1. 1926 .......82796.89i TwinsBird's i you, try a change in your grocery store. FARMS Dresses "
I County SchoolTo \ You will like the quality of groceries DailyThe
bal. due Feb. 1, 1928 ._____1922045 Twin Shingles
By .amU collected" _______...-.__ 817.47 and Red and vegetables from I Il

To. baL due March 1. 1926 .__17902.93
Polla AlsoShingle The Colors' and ,styles' are
To ba). due Feb.County t. m\ __._____ <41.00 OVERSTREETSWestern On improved road abort. distance .
By ami collected ____________. 11.00 I DesignAnd prettier than ever before.

To ba), doe March SabSchoolTo 1. 192 ..___ -e3 ..oTot.1 _._,_._,.. _._ .... -.- ,-.- from a, 2 Rood story town house and well shippingstation fenced U'nC have in hose for every chiffon costume -

bal au. Feb. 1. IV 2 8 .____..16A88.08B. Plain Roofing some timber in other words a real rpairalso f
ant collected. ___________ 879.80To $2.00 socks: for
Car in Stock Meats farm. Trice only I $1,500. Term. can the children.Marguerite's.
bal. due March 1. 1928 _____.18088.75
Wldow'a Petition Find bv arranged. l f '
To bal. due Feb. 1. m8 -___. *11.02 If want real juicy steaks or chops,
By am*. ctl..r.ed. __________ II.S'l you (
Phone 124. We specialize in the best
To ba) due Feb 1. 1928 _____: 895:15
Bab-8chool Bond meats money can buy, and sold to you '
To bal. due Feb. 1. 1928 ..__ 431125Xy Phone 3 M
_'. collected. _________._n. 49.68To at the most reasonable prices. ShQUIGJ.EY&DAVIS "
.... due March 1. 1926 ____ 4263.72 G.M.INMAN I oppeI. "
Agriculture Fond f
To baL due Feb. 1. 11126 n...... 911 02 I Variety Market
_I. collectede .. 15.87
By ------ .

To Let due March 1. 1"28 .___..--Hilt; 15O. h .,
I .
ny C. A. KNIOHT. D. C.

"BIG WAY PAUL TO STATK llt'IIN;:=I'IUS'if'AR ESCAPES/ ON=11 I Do You Have A You and You

Leaps From And Eludes Auto At Rulli-U Gainesville CN, CKINGA000UNT- Your INVESTMENT I N E S E N I Time is fleeting. Tomorrow-next week v I,

HAD BERN TAKEN ) -next month--ami next year-como I
FROM TAMPA JAIL and are gone while one still plans to 'f

I. _ start+ action for that "someday" of case,
Companion; of Al House Under '- I comfort, peace ami plenty. "

Sentence of 10 Years In Why Carry a Wallet or a purse I The YOU of today, in the full power of

Payroll Theft. filled with money subject to earning capacity, is responsible for tha:
loss? i YOU of tomorrow, when earning ability

Tampa, March 21.-"Dig Paul" I in decreased.Hoed .
Kuhn, Hav-A-Tampa payroll rob- A Check Rook is so easy and You have made :your home in Starke and are, in a sense, an investor <
ber, escaped from O. II. Rogers, I such a safe method of handling t in the welfare of the town. .. t JL Call it chanty-but start to-

while tate prison en route agent from, early the yesterday Hillsboro personal finances, besides The merchants of Starke have a Iso invested here, to grow and to help day for the other! man-the YOU of tomorrow ... :*.
-sr> that ho live in comfort
I ugh county jail to the stata prison you will have a receipt for the town grow and thrive. ,... and without may
Raiford. to the local transactions. worry.
at Reports
sheriff's office: revealed that lluhn your They are instrumental in bringing to Starke new industries that Spend !It'MII than you I make today-nnd
.Ad will growth and prosperity. bank t the! diffwncp. We 1 cent
\ escaped, from the "convict caravan"at Come in and start your checking mean I pay per
stated that I on saving account or certificates! of deposit.
Gainesville, it being -
i shots were tired, ot Huhn without account, and once you have So, then, it is a mutual investment between all of us. I J !'! .

effect. Whether Huhn was' hand I it, you will never want to be You can count on the merchant H to uphold their end but they must

1 cuffed or whether the car in which without its convenience and have jour help-jour patronage- in order to make our investment I II
e lie was riding was moving at the I safety. I II
time could: not he vt'rICil'llate last pay. II

night, though it was at first reported I I BRADFORD COUNTY
that the two escorting officers y1
'had stopped in Gainesville! when Bank of f Starke II
Huhn made his break for liberty. :

Rogers;: with another _tote! officers BANK :
I '
and 12 prisoners, left Tampa -

net late hour Friday, of their for Raiford.departure The was ex.not I "Bank of Helpful Service"We I Guarantee Your Share By Keeping Bradford County's FinancialSTRONGHOLD / "J)!

known, according to the sheriff, ns I Pay 4 Per Cent On Saving
such moves are kept secret. The I Your Money Right Here rt'f

prisoners were placed] in two automobiles -
with an officer in eiuhnr, I 1889 Starke. Fla.

enrnute to the state prison. Th*

local authorities was ... .., .. _... ,_... .
.... .
first' report to -- - - ,.,. tt
sent by Rogers after his arrival nt _'___..-_'_.-_._-'_. ,. ..- _,_ ----- "- ---- -...,_....._ A' ''.

the Raiford other yesterday prisoners.afternoon with TODA Y So Satisfying; Why Trust To Luck?

Sentenced to 10 Year INSURE emptiness nothing If buy a tire hero it's guaranteed I
"Big Paul" pal of AI House anti For that twixt-meal you EXQUISITE MaterialKEFLECT r r
rich dish of But it isn't luck if it runs thousand '
convicted bandit, was sentenced, recently is so satisfying as a creamy you 'tI
to 10 years in the state prison Corpening's ice cream with a "dip" of' of miles more. No, Sir I They're built
by Judge Pettewav for conspiracy your favorite syrup or fruit juice crownthat way. Made to stand the gaff. It pays THE NEW SEASON:

In the $21,000 Hav-A.Tampa The time to buy insurance is before you ing its glory-When passing our place to buy standard, well-known tires and An important display of new fashions in 1

robbery, being the last one of the! have a need for it-then it is too late. I some morning 9:30: to 11:00 or some af- not trust to luck with cheap makes. material-Materials: never before associated f hl

House gang sentenced by the court. have insurance for all purposes in the ternoon 2:30: ( to 5:00: -drop in and try SPECIAL SERVICE AND with our popular prices. Of beau- .

""" He has been a prisoner in the coun- old reliable companies. A phone call a dish. Ice cream is a health food, you ACCESSORIES tiful quality-in jflorious colorings and .. '
ty fail for nearly yeari. know prescribed by many physician FOR! CARS TRUCKS designs expressing all tho dash and ,'-, 1.
that service to discuss ,
Sheriff Heirs said yesterday will place me at your
for the undernourished.The TRACTORSJ. sparkle that vivify the SPRING season. t
Huhn had a, while single Imprisoned black mark there for never his your i insurance needs.INSUKANCE best milk-chocolate dip or soda in C-OME I T.STUMP'S. V

jail conduct. His quiet manner town. 9 .

was even his more sentence evident without when a he word.received OK ALL KINDS Corpening'sDRUG +*4e t

Since then Huhn's chief remarks STORE
lias been: "Hurry and take me to
STORE W. Andrews
Raiford and let me start serving Harold C. Wall .
this prison sentence.
were Authorities being notified throughout jfesterday the of (Formerly Inman & Ritch) Day phone 14 Night Phone 130 FORD PARTS AND FORD SERVICE

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FRIDAY MARCH It 8. 1926.
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rp T .7dMRS. 7- :.O n. in I able. Mr*. J. C Wills. 3-5-tf. tied woman for general housework No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. 1 minlatratrix This 13th day,forthwith.of March 1926.
c::: 1 "--'- .I The Junior' ; Oirintinn KmlenvoSociety and to help with small chil T. J. GRIFFIN Agent. MRS H L BLANCHARD
: meet ts at 2 ,,',.Jock p. m. FOR SALE-L.rge: amount of dren. Good WRI!"". room and 5.39.914.14. Adminl.tratrPolitical -
The Senior Christian Endeavor corn. See D. I. Ames, on former board. Apply at once giving references. HQ i'S at aLa2i I
e'Y. Society meets at 6:45: o'clock p. m. J. M. Alvarez place west of :Mrs. L. r. Lee, octorN" i AnnouncementsTo
... u The executive committee meet! the :Starke.; 2-12-tf. Inlet Fla. 3-26-21-4-2. y -* q; .wry, w.11 r'u whate.i.ovrSV1.
l '. ... ..vv w.,..wIL.lot it the* Drmttf-ratie votes of Brdfo d!
of each month S; TOF
tint MonrtVv at **. County 1 the thin method of announce
... --ii at COliC g
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,FOR KENT Two 'J.JI'.Sf .o candidacy for the office of K*nrAfniri.tlve. .
PIICIIU! :.? :B F p. in .. rooms near high NOTICE .The public of Stark". ale4 bv rata.:;. ,', A''"nnt A Wo-x 1 Purl- my If elided. I promise, faithful and itfirlfnt t.
A (' .r to all to attend these services.CHRISTIAN I fice. Mrs. Letle Stilley. It* pay Drufegi&u. T. R PINHOL8'rElt
to the slanderous reports
Fl 'I ('If 110SIKSS I ; 10 I IC.UtU Sunday ochool, 10:00: a. m. I --- J FOR RF.NT-Two-room furnieheJ which are being circulated, F. J. CHENEY; ri.un: I Morning worship 11:00: a. m. II against! us by some individual. | lit; J.m. candidate for Ro.p..t.ti.
15 Y. P. U. service: C:30: p. mEvening I i downstairs apartment with private > Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bogart DEBTORS AND! CREDITORS in the Leiclilatur from Bradford County,
Afternoon HrhllCe I There will be preaching at the bath. F. A. Scott. 3-28-It. NOTICE TO ubfect to the Demorratle Primarr Blec.
of thn
Mernbers worship 7: p. in. 1
in Starke. 3-26-lt
Starke Christian" church Sunday strangers lion to be held In Jane 1926.
Club were riiliifhtfully .fntcrtuine:: Mid."" eek service, Wednesday GEORGE P. YOUNG. Lawt"",y. Fla.
!, Tui- lay by Mr*. C. A. Futch at h"r 7'iO: m. morning and evening March 28th. FOR RENT-2 rooms for light Notice .U hereby given that all creditor
p. All are invited to come.CFNT housekeeping 1 tarnished bej- LOST-Two one black with ItwateMi, d i tin.,but*** and all person bav
attractive horn! on Call street. We invite you to worship with : ; ; cows In. claim atcafrut the mute of B. IUlanehard I hereby announce mynelf a eandJdat
Thu rooms in which the card tub UH i room; also garage. Mrs. Hlgginbbtham. white face, one red with white dt.ca*fd, late of Bradfordcount for nomination In th. .tat.to the l Ieaielaur.i office<< of from reprn.n.tatlve Bradford .
decorate | Darby house. spot on head, both branded with jr. ar hereby required to pr.tnt their the action of
IKK) wire arranged were I : authenticated. to the under- county Hubji-et to theItrmoerala
f and barhrta of cut it* horseshoe. Strayed away about claim duly from date, or thin primary of Jun. 8th If .1"" ...
with VUM-B : caned' within one y-ar
I flowers with potted l plant I CHRISTIAN A WORD I II I the 15th, of March. Reward of. ....... will indebted b. held. to In Mill bar .thereto...w..and.. required all I|led tort I and HMiire conacimtiiMM th..1....of...ieto.thU eoont? earn

At the conclusion of the ifam. 1 I LOST-One munch of three small 1 fered for return or information. perwn, to pay their ...eI debt to and, ad A. J. THOMASBATTERY
r' prize were awarded. Sirs II. H. Meets every Lord's Day at 10a. COLUMNFOR I i keys wired together. If found Mrs. W. E. Taylor Box 574,. ='-
m., for Bible, study and Scriptural 1 Fla. 326It.
please return to this office for Starke _
Young an holder of high wore wa Communion. I .- .. .. __- _
t SALE-Some nice, gentle reward. 3-26-lt.
lovely bud, vane, while Mrs I
I given a .
!grade Jersey heifers fresh. N. ____ __ II I
:n> WmrmriKht received a decl FOR RALE-Coin* north In May CHARGING !
PRESBYTERIANSunday U. Wainwright. Starke Fla. 3- WANTED-Wood choppers and
of rani a* holder of sccorul high and not wishing to drive
DelicloUH refreshments of sandwiches 19-2t. I block sawyers. Highest market sell my Chevrolet F. B. four passenger oao- -oao oao- .0=0S
I cake anti I orangeade wen! school at 10:00: o'clock a. price paid. J. C. Seller, Lawtey cheap or will\ exchange,
nerved the guests during the xocia m. Preaching service at 1 11:00 a. m. FOR RENT-Well located store Fla. 3-29-41" j I for land In or nearby Starke. J. Guaranteed
and 7:30: p. m. room at 9th Street and Railroad lJ
hour. II. Lord Madison and Bay sts.
\, at opposite station, rental rea..onI I WANTED Reliable flours.
All member und' I n few friend! Prayer meeting Wednesday girl or set- 3.26-tf. Service and

enjoyed J thin delightful ftnrlal court --- .
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Service Satisfaction
,I esy. FOUND-Pocket book on Cherry
, street. Owner can have same by
... ST. PATKU'K'S 1'AICTY GIVENBY Milady Will Wear Them Easter : describing purse and contents Stern's GarageAgents
I.KUE on
', KI'WOUTII I 1 and paying for adv. Call Mr. 1

On Saturday evening, the Ep Duke. : EXIDE Batteries Phone 87

worth member LCUKUC and! members WH hostess of to othei iti. FOR RALl Chrysanthemum I AA ... .. ..... --" _,e..eee..ue.ae ....f Doa

organizations and few friondn uat '+ -- plants, large" exhibition varieties. _..
at the CHI Colors, white flesh pink also I -
St. Spatrick'H purty + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ++
''i bntlHP. some yellow Price $1.00 per doz : +
The green. ribbons and, nharnro") f.'n.IrR.: N. D. Wainwright" '
decorations. gave true Iriih atmosphere Starke Fla. 3-26-tf. : NOTICE :
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to the attractiveness of the *
q .
find mirth.pro. J.OT-A!'! small black
Club house, many purse, containing
+ e yoking pitmen and content wen four one dollar Mils and +The Inter-State Commerce Commission has ruled that :

t' w>joy"'d by the Kuext Late In the< some change, and a Chevrolet +we can top ice green corn with as much as 7500 poundsto +
evening green and white Ice ('reamand switch key, near Hoover Bros., + the car. This is all that is necessary. Get your corn .
L wafers were nerved the guest, Studio. Reasonable reward offered +planted early; Plant Trucker Snowflake and DiamondJoe +
l' which numbered about fifty. for return. Apply to Brad. fertilize heavy and cultivate. __ +
:, Thin IN the second orraxlon on ford County Teleirraph. 3-20-11) +
is t' which the different organization.. + J. L. HARRELL ++
have entertained each other, anal TRAIN SCHEDULENew
wns thoroughly enjoyed hy all thus + Lawtey Florida. ti

prenent.IIONOli. time table effertKo 12.01a. : + + ttt + t4tdiitttittt + t tttt
m., December 20th, 1925.
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No.1. Jacksonville to Tampa
I DKK.VS, :" !! For.NOKKH:" : ICOU r;
due Starke, 12:25: a. m.
The Children1, Founder, Roll iy' I In No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa due
Starke now number four, thre ttt Storks 12:52: p. m. DESK BLOTTERSWe
f other* having contributed, th.lr! I II No. 15. Jacksonville to St. Petersburg .
l'' dollar to the Stone Mountain Momorial .. II II I due Starke, 12:22: p. m. I
and demounted the nom c I No. 303 Jacksonville to West have just. received a new supply of desk blotters
i of a Confederate they desired enrolled ti- Palm Beach, due Starke 10:02: o. from the local printer and a call on Phone 99 will hare
.j I in the Hook of Memory. Thi v1r'; I m. I one or more delivered to you, at your place of business

roll in open, to white boys and girl .. A No.2. Tampa to Jacksonville due or home.
;G up to 1H year* of ago' who wish to / IY I Starke, 4:28: a. m.
," aid in the construction of this ICr'at No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville,
memorial. The honor roll now car I due Starke, 4:20: p. m. 1 J. R. DAVIS & CO.
rle tho following names:; f. No. 804 St. Petersburg to Jack
Martha Krownlce-In memory o r o t lonville, due Starke 6:00 p. m.
''ef' Starke Wannee branch. j WRITING INSURANCE FOR 10 YEARS
W. T. Week.. # t I
Milton Brownlee-In memory or .e. No. 101 leave Starke 7:40 a. m. I

J. M. Ilrownlee.jea A hat like thin a dress Ilk. \ *, ,
Eunice Cnnova-In memory of .
thin, a suit like thin and a coat .- v.. ._.p. .r..
Paul K. Canova. I S
Mary Brownlee-In memory ot like thlan4 lo, Milady I. all e sready
cephyrs of ye e,
for the
N. A. Butch.Mcesre. .- I F ttvcf-t cent, although also eu'.lr ;
..w .. U-. J.If The 1al. One-Cent Sate
KOBCOP Mcl.ane, Spe The hat says Dame Fuxhlon. :' H with her uunii ?r
1 Jones, of Cocoa Stall Hereoik an'l I must b. trig and trim as a sea a coat doean't have n rkyn; at. .
BurbrldKP.. of Chic-uiro III.. lIn'nt f'r castln, built tachcJ this r :.-*, )t ; tft
captain' to.
i 10( days on u camping trip on Itrnnt weather any gale. .nul(- ttlllg to e4 the Rwngitci U'.i; f'r 5 i.lTcc.t ft April 1st, 2nd and 3rd
I icy lake breaking camp Sumlu.v the pate, tilted over one eye. port {N A does thin uiu L.a A. :i>* 1..a .t*,
The party reported good luck will ful rlc. This' hulas, 1ualure, tLu..., fasi.j.l; :
i the finny tribe, and. an i-njoyubl bat straw Is, of part floe felt black or straw> with tia ><..aiCVUA A Few Of The Many BargainsLiggett's
old! rest
Mr. :Md.ane in an
trip., satin and gay.colored ft for the Orcno, !Wa pr'.r.t, mlC
dent of Stark, now making hill black -->Uffh4 ftc'.O. Ir.rt 1 -li t'.l
I homo in floroa, and in iuainte< buckle. .
with the many lake of thin section The suit, trimly tailored an a = ci! cr brie, tt'7' yerr, Ji'i r'--i: Opeke Coffee 2 pounds for ______________________79cLiggett's
1 man's I* of hairline atrlpa blue even more snugly \l\nl.h., for IL.rI ?, ettetrcr} n or. l r >.l.t.

SnraKota-Jl. Augustine has bees twllL Sally Mlltfrlm, deiilfmer, With the Malt Dia..t." ....'...L n ( r it e: b': it -K'MT\ Opeke Tea, 2 packages for __________-___________61eLiggett's
granted n building permit for thi lists the .hip darts to make it actually need the "1. ';!y .1 nn] cro't! pa ":'n.

erection of a block of store be to Assorted chocolates, 2 lbs for __________________$1.01
tout 10000. Construction U to

with completion .. ...... .. ....
Immediately, .
gin ,.-.-.---- -----'------- -'- -'- -'- -
i ut for a few week. The building Georgia Rose' Cold Cream Face Powder, 2 for ___________.__51e
will bo of cement block 0)I

l'lnnt City..:Bank;; clearings have< Am The Life I Am The Resurrection Cascade Linen Pound Paper, 2 for ________________________51c

been showing considerable In.rea..elor

the pact four week. due to the Cascade Linen Envelopes 2 boxes for._____________________46c
heavy shipment of berries and

I sole of vegetable to 30 buyer or Pure Virgin Olive Oil 2 for _____________________________|1.19 ,
the ground from northern, westerr I i
and Tampa market I

Breakfast Cocoa 2 for __________________________________26c
OlnOcalMarion;; county
i I. to bo the future home of ono of
Marion Ohio', most distinguished THE AWAKENING alad Dressing 2 for ____________________________________41c
ritizerm. I>r. George: T. Harding,. !

father of I the late president War. i Strawberry, Raspberry Grape and Pineapple Jam, 2 for ______49c
ren C. Harding.
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BAPTIST t I I'ure Currant Jelly, 2 for __._____________________________4Gc f

RI.v Thotm.1. :iriinsrnT r PJtt lt,r.t : t + Peanut Hutter, 2 for _______________________._'___________40c I
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1.1'fH, (G," .' innnthn it is easy to find excuses t tI This is i only a few of the many bargains which jou will find on this \1 1i
i I During the Winter Very j

.rtctuttLouis t for not attending church and most of us milks: i I Sale. Look' in our window for a complete display.
l R. ,Ita>rrt i use of every one of thorn. Hut with. he Spring there t tt'

t'n..I''l-i'rUltrUMH.l.It.v I,1i cumcd al1 awakening of life both physical and spiritual. I I COME EARLY!

1J'Slit': : 'I UK l> ; through our beings. floods rn with'
Ihnmii! ]llunly 'The! urge, pulsing" I
A :\\\1\ :;>;11\1.1. NKII.XN:; .t :,' rein-wed energy new hopes new plan.and new life! SALE LASTS 3 DAYS

ProductionSlurring i WJm'a't"r.G..hIN '. With tho bursting; bud, the !songs) of birds, the dronoiif I
A \ )" PictureS.t'It'Iltltl' 1 bees}, comes the desire. to draw closer and nearer to t APRIL 1st 1 2nd and 3rd ONLY ,

(;0.1. Your soul feel t the Divine urge nnd aspires to a t .

A Terrific Tornuiln ul Tliiuiderin, ,' fuller\ life, filled with purer thought" cleaner: habits, a I MITCHELL'SDRUG :

Thrill : better existence.Church .

"OCMl.NK mm HKKr.s.: :I \IMHI'in is the school of the soul and 1 now with Spring I STORE

2nd 1.t'ISOIII.-\.t: : : Ol' st. \111-:01:: :: nt hand put excuses! aide and attend! this: Sunday .t I II I II I I

MOMl\Y.TI'rSI:" :! VV Master N coming and every man wor''! and child

(II.KNN:) ::" HIM' Kit:: InIIIE I might! to. seek the House! of Clod at HIM. time. A welcome "" ,
"' I.IITI.K: (ilANI': awaits this Sunday. i
you ** *
With Flint: Murphy'; nut I 11:1:UK"! l: i if. yj&tjr t 2> '

A t'NIV'EICStl.:" : .]1Isl: : I-f. t Trr? ??s .ffk

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COMMISSIONERS SALE aid County on pair Om. ill u of map i.nHtili. t*'n y.'"m .ftrr dut*. In th. sum feeem-ier fi. loan from, K. W Have. .. .. ....... Til"IVcvmbvr
and "I..t Bradford County Said of Twn HunflnM U.l.ira) iJ On lIlt( .. rn.nl ; .'4. ll>?5. fain Comptroller. na I.v r..r Ocl"lier S2 i

NOTICF i* irmrnv.ivr.: .' im ,. I.. sIn\,. dt.crlhcd loU and h.1 Iota contain-t htitm' Hunt : --.. --. __

,want (. ih* river* of th* Ornlt r.ujjj .|f I". tw.nlv arm. mw,. .... I""hn., p..ml..y not,* dated In the ymr 1194 filial' -.. .. .. ..___........._ __..._ __ u._ 'U.4I.UIt
1".1 CoitOty. Fnrfrhi! .Ist'd M..h .n..hl of ,""nltn. .,tr<*ctH .hl.h by n..,'> hv H. H Burkmnn p.y.ll. Mnrv & I SEM: FTS
Bits of 1 a??* In that, certain rmi.. ".. .*h.*J 'n.nt of pl" i.. hint,. nlutH b WfrrvMr Vnrkilllf.Itnltrntpnt< : 11'1 ?

nemlttitt, in Chuncrrw. whrwln ROV \LCF'IGF ( ,p't n t. public trm el and, beltitrtho n4ovf rr.1 1 In the (Ivl Court Jill., 7. 1'!'2S. IlF.VEN" ,
'I 1' 111'.I n minor hv fl'h-. ..0. .'r'lu'I'l "unsryrd by K. M. of<, f->Pmnl Count, '' ,, In thi. -_ | p
.1n..I.. ". .frlord I In th.comj J.h. an Sincml, ,M..1 r. ,. Thenieri,. 1.1. "> t".d Hhl".n and A7inn \ \ I"",,1'n exprnm. I Irlihtep mretinfr. 7.7.a6. __ S 8.,/ 14.-

., .1 | MH\ M \ UMIUBint ran Trnt r"m,.., % H corporntlttw. *. I IdmlnlHtrator T>.l1itr, ,> : .\. I'urkrr, soul, vs.r'rlI \ F T.... evpenm Trlliilee min-tlnr. 7125. .....__.__..._ '.f te"

I4C&1 ,.. th. .1..r.I.nl.! $ bring cia,. NO, j* of thi. Kntn'' of (;iform. J.MI.kllh. l I tn ""'," "n .Tuilumrnl' Pit, .k Four H \. Week expeniM' "trtMlce met.lnir. 7.7.U. _. ... Ion ,8'w-.i'
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Nev4s .27'.f' 'tho "ndnt.lcnM. Comml..I"n f decrad bv tltd uIai.'ui<1 i luset'> '112. of ihr Curn% rublte Tli'Cttrtlw of <,' said 11
"mIn\ nail, d..w. and\ a. ordvrwl *nd ; 1"7.1 and .....t., .. In I lb ...1 Uon AI..I. |ptnnl' Count, Flurulu.Tii(1i ,', ( A. Fulfil nalarv ,...y Jun. ...,- ___ .. ...-- tljnStandard Aqu.' ,' "I Una jjt

dfrtctcd. Ihrrrfn. will$ off.r for *atr and i. < of 'Ih. Public, Itevord of 1.,1.1 >mint' ...tvil In tbi. Civil Court 1 Oil r.. ( .soil Oil .. _.... '_...._ I". 'ret to TUlnlng
I **11 lit twhle+ wltnn and ontrrv. at :In.* I t'... County Klortila, aim* i., HToril for. nti'nl Count Florldn.. In Htarke Telephone I.'.. servlcu.- .. > %
Fs..tvr,, .?.'>r of tht Pual\ County Court The followtin! l.ii ml, In ltal.'r Count>' t I'"i. .um of Klflht Huntlmt Fnrtv-fUi fin"l I.hn. / I Pin* II
Concerning Our People Business and .\.ul., > I .Horn In thr C ty of J.k.n'.I*. 1..1.1.. i itviween Florida' ". lAn flollnr? l uSd1 tuti) nwnln-t' Jnhn H rM aitppIlM ''on fBiuht /

I Progress of the tb' hour, of ..I..k m. ,, The Nirthwrot uuttrtfr' uf th. north-I onr, .n,1 l Mnl"Hi* P lohr and rpponlnl In \ E Torod,. auppllea .......... ...... '_.-.-.... 50.1> trI

County and Town. 2 o'clock p. m on M..ndny. Mny flrd. V1-*. I ,ait nunrtir? nf Sectnm' FI"i1>"..." In T".nft 1 Ptiiittii,. u. .liiduiii', lion.? Tlvi-. i>m.. S1'). of \ 1 Wall liimlH-r ...____ '_..?._........._- ... Dl I

i 'h. follln* dtiM-rlbed Inn.U .nd propprtv. -. hit,. Thy,. South nf Ranire Twtntv. "' t t -...t ,-.11. rorMrvl* of I"",si, CimnIv J K l'iII'y. work' on urailer. ..-.---..... ....-. .._....- a IHIllartv sular
: .. on th. tcrm and condition hrrrinft ]Kant: iMDiaminK, In .1 forty a., .. mora t I'lorldnl Stern. ItimlHr., ... .:.::......-:=?-...-.. 65.51 .<
------- -- r wet forthFlrM or I h '. bt'lntr .the sin ,, pitmeny c.n"vedbv l l''tIci.'ncv> I Itpcr*... In tho morn of On n! W Ituoerfa. tire' anil but,I. Mr trurk, ._.__._.. _.... _.. ._.- (Klinllrailfunl
Tmrt I 1Thf F M John' an Snerlnl, hunter to Th. 1 1Amrrlcan ....t..d| ( Twpnlv-ttvht soil m-lOtl r>(.11". County Hank far rail,. .._..__...._.... .__ 140 OH

WEATHER REPORTFor Sunbeams follow in. Inn.I in DuI county. Trust Cum"pan v a .. ..o.lnn. i) ti2 tot .,.In.1 A .1 On'.. ncniNlfilMnirh Hank of mark.' .. i>av mil. ___ .._..__. ......._.._4_.._... Ml Ill
come with us. Havea r'lorUlaOn( ;I.H MmlnUlrator' of the KtUatf .r, .1.r" 1 VM7\ In thr 1'ubHr Roconln nf'' l>. C" .l.>tlea. mippll-W., ___.__._ ._ ................*-.*..*-..._._. lit 04Nrnltha
jolly time 2:30: o'clock Tuesday hunrtmd ltrht unit .1.hh.l.. nundrtMlthi | Markfllte. deceased, I bv 0.d..' Feb. |Ufior roonfv f'I..ldl | Cnraut. Htiipll| .. ... ._........._....._...* March 18 to 24 Inclusive.\ afternoon. I tUiftfWi acrra. ,. ar )r.'. d. I nary< 5, 1917 and recorded In Deed ltoik"N" Thr.t. ''., inorv notes mIami l T9'c'rnh.'p I W Andrewa.' Jr. ....pl... '. ....._._.._.........._........ JH.4-
March 18 cribed' iw .mm.ntn. "n.hlw. j| pave 247 of the Pubtle Record I l* TMft, mutt,. li" \. J pnviili.i ,
74 43 .
Trace .1.
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March: 19 75 60 .00 I Px-exv shipment ot Bi .Potti.hi.rtr ( r.'k. Win Northrawteoru lI \ follow. Land. In Putal County, '""n.l" Fifteen iVItnr??, (flin nOn.. A. A. """,','n. vkpollaa. IrueU'va n..linK, .'d.RS _._-_............ .0 8 oftV

March: 20 77 50 .13 i taster r '"i a tract ol janu etnvayed t l Florida t .. .t.| Twn'v Pollnm. I T..d. .n_ trustees meetintt ft-l-fia .. ......_._ .._n I OflT.
I hats at Stump's.Annual bv S. p. Fcrrln nn January H. Ten ((10)) 1_. In Si'etbonFiftytwo On ITunrirv.,! Tw,nl."v. (tl2ROO) IV,1.) i -
acreS more
March 21 79 64 Trace V.r.l.i nivWnt thf c* 1811 Two
I T..n.hh. I .._ _.. _. .. ARTVWItt
Fai llm of V.I..nd 1..1. fltarke Telephone phona peptic u .. .... .
March: 22 74 62 .00 Rexall 1-cent Sale startsat nnd. h "drdtntt fRR( ffr.l.hl ,j ,Rn. Twvnty-i... ((27)) 1'.ast. ..''nln.lot often n..I.n. Thttnti In the nm of Fifty I i ii C .Tonea.(.auppllea. __ _..._.. _........ S DIIltnui

March 23 75 64 .00 thnc t"I..I.hl. Emit and l ) hnnJ J .Inl on th W.I..n In.l". a of Sara i i.h< i and ntt ItO( t'ollmrs fUR 11111 iittiilmt Trunteea Union To .1..I.ln. line hrldiea ... ...-.-.."._-..._'. slit ".

March 24 80 66 .00 Mitchel'. Drug Store April 1st ilrrdihft "119.S3)1".I.n ehalni ...h..h.. .. N.rh *o ,I ,Carmtchael acre now and..n..4 two by hundred thlrty-nix R'.hr' F'.t. ifntnl 1..m.r 17.1. H *. W n Drew Co.. offIce aoppllea .___ _......,-.._._. -.- I 1J
and throe days. Plir sl.ICr.ph I!' ..1" In (h.n.. Town of Humr-lnn. ralo. n II. I9J4 .. .. _u .._ .'" I 2J
p..hl' (.k t".n.. .wn (286 feet from th* cornerof n.k FtMir ( O. Ill?. nf the CitrrtntPtihllr .
Total .13 inches. I .mm. ..
j '* m..ln.,( tn t. Raid thcnc. In..II.n.1 Jlar\raler, To .n* roail plow .- __.-._..- 8
.. ten ((101 erie lot .unnln. ? nor! l itvnl County .. .. ... ..... _.. in' .
--- I plnre of Witinn.nfr. brIne K part of th. j ,Smith tOt bun- P..I" Aiutemon'a, flnra... . .._ J
fifty der/reea .111.
Three big days of bargains at P.Fpr'.s ) .. 1..0. nof mud ny W T R.I.h. rilv lutit) Water aervl.e. ___..._. _._ _, I"lianitanl
R. E. Oateen of Plant City was tract eonwrM bv W. 0 Mrlntyw *.S j and on-half tHMt 1IMI pl."t. l"h ---- .u -
dr 'n.I..two hut In the a". nf !SI l lHiin'triMt I. .. .....__ ..... '
hv H'-fd iNTftnlod th formv OH soul ??
Mitchell's j to .. then mouth 40 ,ulu'itrn'co eastI ? r. "I.
1 2 .
visiting relatives here Friday.C. Drug Store April 3. I rveoMri of fl"". (.m.n... Florfiln, In I I IT I'four hundred a, nl..lw. ( fet tn 'iolIs11511'' < ( .\ rMvnhl M a W K TorMe. Ruppllea. __ .. _u__-......-...........__..... Up
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Rexall 1-cent Sale. "blI., Honk "K" nt rmire 07. und nlno, bplnor i ntakn, then north.v fifty ( (7") ranteiitht 0.. ..t.1 PMU ..... onIMIeh
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*. Rraitront' ( enil-anniial alalement
tb ftnniii tmct of Und eony.y.d hr f mh 1,1101w T.I..II.h. piihlle N
E. Harper of Hampton, was P.Forrln to Munr 1..klh. hv .1 l PUrnrl.d (MH2 hlnll') ", to ninty-two a .lakl. then .n.hl (5i2 Cimnfjr. nf. the FlnrlilllPrnmlntinnr Putillc, n.To.Mi of Hrn
attending to business here Friday.T. I' Read Mitchel's Rexall Sale adv. 1 ."on. tn\t\\ \ ""ll. "...* In 0. went bund..t. of ten aere I.t .1.brlvnitlntr. ,. .1 t W Anclrrwn,' Jr. anppllM.: -:: .: .. ::::::::::::=:: 402." !
ftoolc "X". M* pir : Or and nall .ten I lid) .. not. mI. hy R II TfnrHlnir. Ii'afor.I? ( 0Iv Ilank paw ;I.. __ _. ..: :: '
on page 4 in this issue and take ad. Alon s ct of 'land dntrrtl-fid sa eon. ; lot. of the 1.lv..yt holra nf Sara Carmichnrl., to. In the mim nf Fifty il..1tnni ,fV.nont dntiNltiwuiit Hank of Clarke. pav rolls ... .......-._..._. ut JlAilanw '

S. Williams spent Thursday vantage of the price savings. mrnelnir at.th, K,irth.... vnrni. ot a. pine of ltptnninbeinir the prop ,.' ?3. I"12. niv->M. to 0 F Mm-h. anil,. Handera. enur. eal mail H. ._. __u_. ..... Kn* anV I
.10. 'br n"fl ono note maul- hy fl H Tfnrtltnir
business in Palatka. tract of land vcnvt-f1 tn Mnrthn F French *.rt, eimtevrd hy Carl Voble Special'
an .
transacting I II j I hv ,|. fm KM V.I..t. .111.,1 Frbniftrr Mauler The American Trust ( a .'t toil rfmt'rr. 2. )'II! for the turn nf '" ''t''lr. I. 1Q25.
I I I E. E. Stacey, of Jacksonville, let 1R81. unH rrcorrtinl .mnn* lI formernu corporation. .. Administrator' of the R*. nf Sc"umty.lwht. and 8R Inn nllm (1'7. .R1 I Tnroite! ." nen.e ,...1_ m..Hnic. O-.U .........._....-_... J :jjjjI '
Mrs. A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville >i1lc" .**..d. of Dual ('. F..i.. tate nf Genres F. M..kll. ... ed, hy I I InWd i 11..h. !with "nr rprlvl momnrnniliim (' A Fuli'h anlar arc.. Aigil-------------, I
was in town first of the week look. ? Of hitrnr rrriNln hnu,. .
In Rnnk "AC"( nt 147 n .
Pd pup : .nnl". datid N m" 1117. .n..I.t! .o I I' A '.h. 'Inrlilental .'nr.n"w.--------! J* I Ia
was visiting relatives here }o'rlday.Morl'an thf> South' ffiv-irht! (RMt, phalnit twt n t h.lt ralt'lsIh.'l'l .. .. ;
wig after his property | .. In Deed Hook pair 87. of IhH cnrrint '. W A P tlrew To ,repairing l.n.l. --- _.._.. -- -- ,2a
Interest ltvlubt *2fl !inVn thi Ponlhi-nnt pornfrI n.' ii ere In the "im of FI, ', ,. ... __ .. u
I i I "uhl. n..n.. of County. I'Iiur.bla ., N," ,' Ti 'leplii'tie' r" phone .- .-..--.-.- ?
visitor to here. |I of unld trnrl 'then. W.*t 1hr. h.nd.1 fu.1 .n..1 T".nh.' .. a..1 Ic' I"n I'hIlnrs .1 I V KlrMlter hal? on aster Aiiuunt. _.___uu_...._._.____.._._. Jl snnn'l
Fields was a 1 ((14OI f-,., thonrtNt.rth fif" */.M"4.2'i .n'.1 l In Ih. the Circuit Court ,
f..nln" The) and 1 HnitMt'n fTHraiir auppllea. .---. ..--......-....- ----- Ji...
Green Cove Springs: Wodnesdny. I i'I lirht l S1* chnlnff' 1.nl.l"h Ink ind I Iirnrnllrl .1..1" J.d.m.nI other' |i'i nnd tar Rate Count. Florida aeain.tI ( i it l t. (' ,InllM HIIMKlIeK -.n -----.. ..-....--..----.. .13 a

I i I I shoes from $1.98 to'' with' tho fl. In. I. Btirrottnbtirir *11..r." i il TI Mnnn, defendant, In ntorlpratr fur, I j .1 I I' Klealllrr.' Sr, oil eann. .-........-._-..-....-...-... JI JV J- .
\ork ] CiNi-k .. 1".. tilonir' ..lil i l IVficirncy entcrrit, June 1""*, 1917, I 1.1 I..". unit h..hl, I.. The AmerIcan | ..I \ Antlri'wa Jr auppllea ._._..__..-. ._........-..-....... S to ',.
J. E. demon' of Brwiker, was in |I $ Sternberg's. II | ..k. to thf. noint nf 1..lnnln.. eonUIn- I'Iin the Hum of'F llumlrvd, Nintyttine, r.t .m..n. a. $.lnlnlptrntor. .f thu. I Oululi'V A I'avla. (' .-..-.-.-..__.-... .. ._....... 4" on "up''
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town { j Inc thin ,lt.\ moro or .W. and'I and 21-100 ((40H.2M, and recorded lMtnte. of fl F MarkIIMi said ,1.I.n.. J Jf I \ ,K Torode, mippllea., .r.. ,11. ---- .-- _._..____u______.. :JJ JJ iNir
Wednesday. I I I| i h*>ln hoimili l on th. Ki tt hv thi tnndufform.'Hv '.... Ml of ",". the Mbniutof l.cm''. h'n'Iw bri n .ni.'r.I, nn I.. IOlh ,IIv "anilnnl OH' (.t. itaa and .__.._.____.-.....___ ---.-...... 11.5?
Mrs. of M -- ".,. MnrkllMi1 1 th.. tb.l Clicuit, Court for flrndford (nlnt". I"> TYIirimev, 1 11M" and recorded I In the I I Ip"tl. Hank nf ",..h. par roll,. .I. _n_......___.__._.--. _. JJ" '
Baits of Jackllonvie. spent I outh hv tlio ,lnn, formrrlv of W n.. )| FloridatVficiency. ? record nf maul county tTroml i 1..1 f'ounlv .' roIlN. ......_.-._ __!......_"..-. I "t Icr
Special: price! on every dress the wi'ck-tnd par. din ..n thV.-at !." th. 'lnnd (lrmh.l f)?cr.*e *>ntert'd, Jannnrv 12. .(.... note dntod Atiwn, ?fl 1014 ..t.m. Sanilern, InnI'. .1. roil I1) ?.._...._._.._._.._.---.-... Ill".I"
in Stump's! Store small deposit | .* KM Vtilpd. ami on th.. N'lh( hv Plir 117. t In the Stun of Thw and' "fl-lflf T>ol. u i Itndn bv AdiOln Pvl.. and ft P Pvle*. In j j'theetnm .
until ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. L zrr. :( 1nft.ttitnp Crork and "In. p.* of tn. lam ($1.76). and r"-e.irNi'| ,| nn nntfe 4"t nf : of Rlvht Tlutidred, Pnllani? f* nf.nt:,i i| 0.0"1 n, 1'I>.n. ,

will hold any dress gren. i ]H..n..k firnnd thp RHIP tnh>' .. Itnuk SiK" of the 'I nut,.. of thr, CircuitCourt I nke> n..I.. n.nk. .. ..._.._.. )
1..11. wih A riimlin. tniali-n In..ps. ..._ .. J :
wanted. I ..1 MarkiHIv 1., ilii-d, ..1 for Bradford Countv. Florida, : 1..1.1. of *.en d.. ..p.n. m..tn. __
.r .t. | 105.25. ____.. ...
I I II W Tonile. expeniw lriwle n".tn. --------- jjjj
t ,.It'e nw..nln In TVficiency ntcrd Jamtary 1% I j
-mon. .nld i :: : flfl pair ItS nf th n.. .... .
'i''Hook *'117." at 41' lull ;, tn the :of Five Hunilred: Twenty t:< dn of Puvat (',,,,o.l,,". :. :; | It Klr'iril"er.' .itn'n.e lr." n'.tn. 10.825. --- -.. '
i Mrs. D. E. Knight accompanied i'hl. J P J. II.'. ". ." Sept.. __---.-.---- -- 31 JJJ
Mrs.' O. C. Johnson of Aml'rlru. l-n.1 l TractThe soul t 10 ,* r 1nn7 iiid b i .>., d I I I I'mmlnnorv note diitd,,. I SIb' .n .....
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Ga., is here on a vis-it! with her by her son, Hollis Knight of the | ..' .. ".nl., in fti-ndf) .n.I ).ion patr .: Hook Six of th* Mmutecof I 1501. mal hv T P Hnrtltr In tho .,,m of I II f A 9. FJileh I"ut'h, aalarv hwl'n'nl" aee' "ep'naes Sept ----.--..hU-...... --.....-.-.---... 7J 41| 1

daughter, Mrs.' Roht. F. PemoreRt. i U. of F., spent Thursday in Jack. I IIsonvie. l'nl.n"'I.r rn"nl.1.1..1..ut'' > .f Action' 5>U .ctuuIn the, Circuit' Court for TtradfiruI "n..I.,1 I UiilKle, A I'nv,.. fl. lain l pIp roa.l\ 2. --.....---.-- -- Mn
i i To"'nMit Tv( ("t) South' Rune* Twenty I Peflclepcv Divert** Jmiuary 11., trmr on a prfim and 1 other ,. .
"M..I .Inln. .
I?' F..I. I"'n.th,. 0." nrop' *.rtv heretofor 1017. In 11. mum uf f, .rh..n.1 T'I'elbnIn..I i 1.1 property : 1."n.1| Ilin W.ln..t.ll.! nrlilite Imnloi.s.._......."_-... f.n I II ,
Mrs.! W. Alexander of Hampton ,, I rilv HI..k. ,ui.- J
*.* .nv / [ 1'romlNnnrv not hv W H Kerwcv. I .1 rhiilna .... _.. M
I' mint\ Iran ,
I Miss of Jackson. m.I. wnv ( ? --- 115 !;
II.nl.ml. 11.
was! in town Wednesday morn. Mabel.Reddish, to Th* AmiTlmn. Tnmt, CompRnv. 101 and .reeordwt\ on pace 47J pf tinted 1.0'' ft. l'l 14 In the unm of I nl'r... .",.. ,. rlwhl ., way. -- __ _...__ .__..___.. J.'
IIII(. I ville. spent Sunday here with h.. I |a loIn......I"n.'mlnl..n''.. of .h.1 Fn I bvi fl'.ok Irt Ill for" of th, Minutm of Fit,the rl..11 ."O .n.. ".1.. "Inn OAt pnvnll. '" II I ,,, lluhl A W...1 Plant Ilirht ....vl.* A water, ................._...... ;.j J

parents, Mr. and Mrs I .J. ,.1'.., .< r.... 1.kll.. d.I. ( 1..Un.,1 County .ri> | (' ** M li..I.!* r touether nilh' unI I II flarsun .Ifl'Ili'a. -- --.. ".'_0"___'_ .-.-. .
i .d .1.. Infiimry 1. rivordiil' In Peflclency .nt..1 January 12. i I ,,. "nl.n. _... ..._ ,#
.corf | chnttol mortwair : ailpplli, _.___._._u_.__ 1 J.Auli .
Reddish.IEea, Ib.'I l Hook 51? PUB. S7fl of ntibli/1), Nw- Iftl". In thp mim of Two Ifundri, ""Ktv" Hnd. nI'I.: : : I Ii o..h. ---
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IIIrll. W. L. Edward*, of Jacksonville I'rotnliiiitcv note. Joint I mndi Inn. r.. anil .._......__- I"
ori' nf nmi.ffr t Cnuntv FtrI. shin Df.lhira n !( > > sand reconlid .I .,
n"ln M.nl. on 1 .
i hv C. F. ami .1. S. Trie .lt..lF..rmary I ., 10
| Slail'luril Oil I'o nil.I
was here frt of the week A fourth OMiial .diwlwton, arrnrillnu (I.. I*), 2'5ge' 47. I..k Sin of the M mitt"H of the"io.bt 1".hll.'PI.. In the slim of Fifty I J I.. ('.Ih'y. r'tsirs.. .I .-.-._...__._. J| 3f|

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. uti ful Easter frocks in of Ri\nrnmi'nt VoMhra-tt-' Siir\fourth, v of of S4">.tion.''h..1 Tw 'f.lrh ida, r.lr for Britflfnrd County. f'h.1 Poltam OROfXM "D"*>bl?. |o 1 labs HutU-r? Ill-ail for. I'n. 'IVIintr'apli. mil, Ire aiierllii'leiiialVlHTnr, .-.--.....---..- 1!n 2JI,

: 1.1., ... .__ .__ ...__..._ .... .... "
W. II. Struth. all shades at Sternberg's.Mrs. '2i.' T..n.h' !%. ir.t. ". ,. of Hani. leflelencv Peer*. ,ut'ri'.I! .Tnnunrv, 12, t.nk ,... .. In. Rlern. u .-.-. n' .
f 1 11. .,1 "" tho 1..I..n." ii" "In.. W I.h. I t'n",1 Comity, llnnk pny nut Ia. ._ ..._..._.__._ :SIS .
? pnrtiruliirlv'toocrfhnl I f
T..nh-Iw., ftillnw F..I n th 1.and. iium( Doll., Two "."n..0, Forty. i In lh num nf Ont. Th.UNand ic ITunilrmland ? .r Slar .. pa? rolla. --..-.--.------..-?..._..-...... ".,
a* r.m..n.ln. at .. .lln am (|? \ nnd .' J t and l I' r Joniniitinllea. ... .. ...... ...-. .? ?
MeHsr J. I). Baxter, E. B. An- Cora Sanders, of West Vorth...t cornt-r of S mthwiitt quart of I.curded, nn pair 471 of fl of the Ml,,. .nl".hl 8-"n .n.1.. --- -__ __ 47. ,II'
Vorth.itMt ounrtf of Section Twcntvtwolt <.,*. of the Circuit 0.1, for Ilrndfont' I" 125 5R? ..n..1 In the "I 1",.. I.I A.lain. an.l, Ssnl'ra.' enur .. roil 1". __,_, __'U._...._.,_".' .'
dreu and I. R. of Brooker Palm Beach the weekend C,. t he \rm>rljin TniHt 9v .Ir 17 nAilnnm
Ciainey, I spent itAtlmlKltriiior AnIrews.
) T".n.hln FKff(> ioiith of Unfw I r"ml.. FinrlIafl.'fI.'l'nry : .lf"I.n".r': : ; :i ; ; = .: l '
; : ... ...
the ..
F anil Hanilera, .nl.- 14 111141
business here with her the Misses (22 Kn nnd entered :.. :
were attending to friends, Bais- T..nlv-I.. tt "nnln. 'thinenFitMt I., ... ... 13. M..klii.I airiilniit n. W .,John, .,,t .
1"17 the I
twintviC nnd mil a. Idindrvd
den. 1..hl.o. mi.roor I H..ol. Hit'd, .I.r! ,,.. decreebeinir I inrmlxT 1 3. 1025i
Tuesday.Mr. I tfM. thnnor South witty| rodn mon. t>rb fuam.( and 411-1 Aft TViIlnni ($478 40V aod r*. ..
>*.. then* Wcnt twontv-iil and. two r'.rI.l' | nn nnw" 4"9 of II iif MlnI : ,'nt">rcil on September IfHft andr'nor.lI A I 1"I-lb'S. "....__......_. _.. n'I':
Mrs. M J. Burnsed l.hl..I. roils, moi. .r In,* Ih.n. Norty dlxiv I nteii of the e.1.k, for .1. In Minut' Itnnfc 6. pair tOt ofth I i W. K: TWH'U'elplina". trllUlIZ m".tl"S, I 1.9.943. .__....._..._.!!..... J':::'
Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith. of and Mrs. M. 1 I .. mon or I I-*". l "'""",,,. f'lo.'d.' r'.ul: R."r I'ubllc, 1.,1. of Pradfnrd County' I I II A. Weeka e.pen.i> triixtoea ..,.ln.., I.S.2. .n........._-.___.... ,

visitors to town Tues. I S. Jordan of Jacksonvie. are visiting |I Alto n onr-fotirih ,.qud) divlnlon ......1. ". .. .. tk'er.p entered V. nruary 12. ,, F..I '. .I. K Klekhter. l.al.. on ..In. ..Inh. ., _._ .__...?....____.......-. ''JJJJJJMrailford
Walo.wr. at the M. A. Inir to fitivrrnnipnt, *.urvp. i>f tbn .iii. I'll" th. slim nf On. Nine I O..n. Porn. for I. mim, of Twotinlr.'d .I A p..h., salary ..y. (..,.... --...... ....-..--.-..--...
'Tundocd TI..n. Twi-ntv-MU an.I R5-| I"" I .HUM .. _... ... ... 'I
Southwiftt fourth of ) n'aul
I th* N..h. fourth I .n'r.l.hl' Ifcd'ttm .I.I' titvi.'y .n..I. I. ------- -- ::124"
12.ln I 1122. : .
11111 ntrml .
Baisden. .1 nvMnut J H TUnn In ... .
I of Station Twntv-two ( 1.ln. dlmctIv ,1 ''J .SI2' and ...... nn ,>RU>*", th* fonK'tnmir milt foitnlHank. 1 pay ..1.. .-- -- .
ttroiiKht The Amcr .
rant nf abr.* rltwrilitNl tract and of the *"* of k Rlit of the 'ln.,* of the Iy i Hank of Htarke. pay nIl - --.-. "I lj
Ladies Rayon silk under. ..m. "llmpn.Inns nnrf ar*.. 1.ln. the turn \ 'trctiit' Court for Pradford, C..nly. Flor, i 11..n Tnml Ciwni.nnv. AilmlnMrntor' .. .Un.,1 Comity Telitiraph' ..,hl.hln. notlcea, .__..-..-..--..-..... ;t
all colors at I Mrs. C S. Holzendorf, who ywnnr.4. ponvt-y hv K M .bnm an SIHclal .. ldn : nf th. F..t. of C. F Murk 1)11") nirnlnm' .1. I: I.k., TeleplKi'ii'. ., .' any .. ..1. _.._._......-... -...-.... n
light "
wear l efirlencv' If T..n. ill?.. entp'ed nn the Iftth tlnv'of ,. ... ...... ........ '
has spending the past two Mnntr to Th. American TriiNt Company Peer .nlpre l Inn, 12., A Water I'lanl. HHlil .vl.. .-- .xmL J "J
Stump's.Mr. I 1! 17. the of ,. 1ftn. unit nr iriltMl In the 'I'uMlp, ?Rtanilonl' Oil fo.. nil .__.._
a onrporntlon a ofth \ anm Flvht: Sevnlyuls ua anil ? ,-- 61
''we..kl with her daughter Mrs. B. Rntat nf O. F. .A.mlnl.. de.Hi..*d 1. soul .n.lnO I..n. <1.,1 fO'. ..',1I" p 1..t. nf. Nntnnii, ( ",nty. Flordln : A. II. Khaw. ilamaue I.. font:l.: :::::: : ::::: :::......::.. .. 1 J"I ;i.
p..ml. .. n... mn<1f. hv J. ,. Tflmrhmnn I __ __ .. __ ..... /
IF. Hall, of St. returned datdTune 4. 1117 and roe..r.h..l In Pf>*dItrtoW i corded on pap* 471 mug pook of Yh* I I I. Wilt .< .I.n. Kiipphi-a, n ._ ..- .. "i
Ray Colley, of Waldo was in 1 to her home Petersburl. 21 patr. 6SR. ., the ""ll. rcordnof ,.nut. ,.f Ih. rJrui for .Bradford, I Twn tUtrd 1 FnnwrY. 24. 1014 l In th. sum 1. .r..I..11./ *. u. ...u...._......-...__.._._ _?._... 411 V .
I" (.ur .r n.nI. floltar.. f200 001)), n __......... 'ft 1 1And'rin'a
town first of the week visiting his Rradford r.... Florida .10 County. "o.d. ( b l .I P.. I ,.h. .' .1.1.. mad, dran, _-_.._._.-_..-.-_._- u '
| Th North h.1 .r I.. f'l"v.n O1 of .. .. ...** .nl..d Mny, 9. 1011'. "" *, ohnlt moptwnir. noon twtmtvflv |I (Inrave. aiipplli parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. Beautiful and line of Section 11.h.. (1St* t In ". Pbs In ii*.. oiftn nf Tb,.. Hundred' SU1y.on*I .m1 nf *nttl nn dfurrlhuil. mild m..I. I IfW9 Walera, liiillillnv, felice.-------_._.._._._._. '

snapp *tilt. H"lh .f R_ Twnnty (201 Kant eon.talnin and .17-100 huh .,,, (1fll $ ) sod) record.> I"n. rrrnriti. In Mtirtnutr. IttMik 7ft 1 1pnirn ISmIltu's (7arsu. .",.,.1... ..- --_._.__.__..-.-.----. 8: '2
ladies shoes at Sternberg's.Mr. i nf land I .I on pHtr* Rn .., Rook a7.P the M,uv.l f1 yy A nilorwa' Jr.. auiiplioa", .. .... .. ..... .. .4
Mr. E. B. WelU and little daughter i i twine\ urm': prrt|> *rly e*>nv, .t' ;: I.,' tb. rl.ul Court for Bradrvnl. (' "nly. CiMintv. Flnrliln, I i Adam. Hanil:.r.. enur nl .., n 0. .:..:::.!....-:=...-..---....- "*.?

of Lawtey were in town Wed.resday. M A".1.1 Mast.... teTh* 1 FlnrtIa.lb'firl.noy. \ I pnrf lntw 'In "1.Hrt. ftntti r If*- i i ",I.m. Hanilrni n'taint1,! ,perfenlatf, road Itt. .............-.s_.._. 40A 6''
and Mrs. B. F. Hall, of St. ,!j I Pnn Trtwt flrfllrfltlnfl dm'n.l I Th'er.p ,'tteu.I 1"'hnar, 12. frVmtop Comnnnr" pnHnrmhlp I.>*- 't Kd: I.Ii'n.. fUliiK, hrldui, mad I ll Ii. __ ___.___..___...............__._.. t.U"
'! l trainr of the rtat' of C F Markilllf. 1f'17. In th. um of Four Hundred Eluhtemssoil tw.vn O F Mnrlrllll, soil .1 Htowr.pl., l I r
Petfr8burl. are announcing the ar. dnti-d .Innunry 1MI. 1017 and ,ordd In 4 t41i Sob ..n'I rrnor'I., 'I| nr th. rftrlif., I liti ritt off I MMiilier I H. I 1IL! -,. t f

Col. D. E. Knipht. spent the first I daulht.r. Friday March ;'I IhMfl. )Hook 21 rmuf 175. of the fiiblio, R*. l "I| In. the or ': ... : th* Clrru.t; Court f;, ..' .ndm'nlHtrntfir. 11.th. follow!.. 'trf1 ?*. | A: A n".I.n., etIl 'flso triiMt.H _........___._... SC',

Hlth.! Mrs. Hall will be remembered. ..* of Urnrlfonl County. Florfdn : aim In.. County Florida, -<* "A prn'rt, I brahmS Hnd 1.ln. In \I.. ,' W. K. T..... ..ntii'ln| .. I rilHl... m..tn..1.2., 1 __.__ _._. _____.._. (ill
of the week in Bartow on professional Tin* Northwt quarter nf the South- i "r'clenry' Decrii. .,,torol, 0"1.,... K 1017 bun Count*. Klnrttln? : The Nortlirnit .1", .. IA. F..h. solar ..*. Nuvrniner .. _.1.2. __.... ___ ._ _U"_ ''0'.'
here Miss Thelmn Holzendorf. ,., .
as M nut quarter nf the Hmithwewt quartr ofSrettn in the. .. 0: 1..1| "."'is" nfm, tr o' Wtfnn II. Tttwnihln 7 H..'h. Knnir I I' A ", __ _. .. .
biisineos. 1" 'I.1 In..I.1' i-KiMfiiafa,' '_ .... ... .. .._ a.o'
1'fi. and the NorthmHt quarter, f .n.1 1S-100 PollnrN ftTft'Vint.' nnd. rcorried, |I IFn.l.. hv r .. W r': .I 1..11', .._ .. ___ ..__ ... '141 I Ia
I 1h Southfant' quarter nf the In Chnneerv Order Hook ft. lpnm rit of Mortirnir mn.ln hv W
I I IPalatka M'h.1 pni/p !l'r' nf V I W Andrew, ailliplli-a. 1401:,

M. G. l.angford spent the latter Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Richard, of'' nuaitc-r Siiuthwimt ff Snctlnn, of 27.Section and ..26, .and. ty tb I .Florida-Current' ,' Public I..t. of I Ditvnl Coun, ,Qtfphi-oH' '"I'HI l.ut,. O. I MMrkllll dnti1" A".I I"R"1',\ ..'. .,iiii.li, I n.nre \I. hl'Mi, ..____ ___... ..0", '

of lat week spent Monday here with i I nlnir North er.on .. I IInn four humlrod'and run| I eflelencv T't'cre .1 l r'rrd.d, In nrknnwI.Mlirixl Murlirntf," Mnr and l 'AH. I II'I. f .1.... nllIllIii| | __ _.._......._......_.._._......... i 1I'moo

part trnn"l.th'businells Mr. RichlrI's, mother, Mrs. Emma ,i iRichard. I twenty fort!.tn"point nf ncirlnnlnir.i tills in the Hum of* entered RU .hn.n. 1M,I.. .lun.nt. Kcrord ft. !. nf n the I roimrv repnlrlnu, line' 1.1,1.. ._........,.._.__IT-T--T .___....... f..1
in Live Oak. I. t"n..1' Thlrtvfowr tints mihrcrordi \I Rlamlard Oil <' .__._.____. ._.. .. l
I II i I ... Kant tl" Inmilri, nnd flinty Fth.nee and, IT...ion thullan> nnd rt- !I.! of Ali.rhnri Conttty' Florlitn, I 1 .. seas and oi. ....?.......... .. t i
Hn'l (City I .. .
l.iuhi' A Wnler rlunl and .. ..__. J1.sIAfllon.'p \
I thence North witil two ld"and'anil foiiy feet I .0..t.1 17* of l In tb Chancery' O.I.r? ,k fl. paw.! t.h. hv ..n..n It nf n rtW tlntfd,l tn Ii i F. Mnrkilllit, i i|' .f.arawe, anppllt, ____A..I..__...._.__, _...__ .___.in.t__._ V I"'
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W. II. 11)'es. of Gainesville was .hl..n hun.\ twinty forty ? County' FnrlIaIefirl.nry irre"t, 1'.11. 1..1 of I I'uval ( .I.h. .' 1..1.-d pooh Jnntinry, 12 1'12..n.1 I I llnnk tif Hlarkv.. pay nilla. ____....._.. .......-__.-_...-. ?i".4'tMradfonl
Just arrived high school i Ih..n. :, h"nI.. nn. ..n. Ht pnir *.4. ___ ._... ..: __ .. .
here Tiles.Any. I t 1'.1. hundn l sixty ", of tl.t pul.he nTonln of Alnehun roiinly Hank pay rolla .__...__-.- _, ISIS 1"AI.
.h..n. rmtvred
atpnlnA student suits with extra frn. to F..t of. and I 1"17.! l In the ., ..of Nnvemlter Ill: KlnrlitHn County, .. Handera, appmarh I.. l>oana lirldua ...._.........,.-. t?.U1
Iin .HM> .h.' l b.lnn.n......."*"In.: lot pfillnn.? lisa.m In.F'.h.y.l"ht. .and, nn-hnlf lntrnt In Adam Panilera.' lunilier maid 10 and t I II I revlnad .1........__........ A 24 IV ,
trouer at Sternbrg"s. I j I|I ntrtiv'In...ertbd'w.n'Y..I.U In Chancery Or.W. 5 .' In, ...lv.I..1 mmlif Ixiu, Prnnnon nn* Ailama A Kandira. raLaiol l |>errentaue maul I 10. ._........_... ....-5 IO1 MJ I

Miss Thelma Brinson of Fiftone ||I I i!I Flv*. .,,'h of Io.Itanivv b.ln"...1".1 TI.n.hp f.I. Current Public Tt.-cor.ln I..k .of pair Ihival. 703.County.of the gin 1..01.., I.'..Mrnnnon. .. drili" .1 l.Inntinrv. 2ft l' 'iMfor W. Andrewa.. Jr., ...wl.. fur Fonlaon, n__.......?...____.__. iO Ho,

was in town Saturday visiting I T. R. Pickett of Gainesville has t and>.intr Containing the .twenty1|.irop .rty!* morn ennv yd mon*by l.ss.F. Fl.rbilatfirton.y, pcre* ent Tvd March 12.t th*. sum I rimnnor.of Thr"..y.II.irundrvd to A.and P.FIf.flillsr. An.* Total 'n_' h __'__ __ _' '' __. ._.?....-_. ........ 1111.9411.7': .9

her sister! Mrs. J. E. Corpening. I taken over the old Commercial Hotel I| M J.hn.. BM SiM-clal, M.. ... to of Three Hundred Eiahly-, .frcwN. tMTUtl' hv mortir-N"* on ** rMtnt, HKCAI'ITUI.ATION
: : ; June 1"28 amount on hand .__...
building on Cherry street and I American trust Company corporationan nn'r IMIan (ftHIHOi. record. In Itmitrortl County reorih' In Mortirnir* Ifc H'lh. .. IISRTIrlO
AdmintN.rator r>f F..I. of O. F.M..k' In 'Mook 14. "M". pave 214. nf 'th pulille Hint. I UK* I. amount reealpta.
.t fll'2of j I..k ------.1..1.
Easter shoe on sale at will operate the house under the *. d..f) ) I' 11.d..t dalvd J.nu. the Current, Public. Kroorda pn.of or1of Prntlfortl County. Kh.rt.ln.., which.. ''....1. list hy amount ..". ._._... .._h... '19.n..f]

name of Pickett Hotel. I. 1017. ."".In DP Hook 23. Cminty, Florida: Thival nnld nn-hnlf lntr*it was mmlirni'rf tn I Hy amount to bal. _____.______._._ .._ ..... 'U.Ubl.1 I I'l'u.Ial

Stump's. I| auv 267 Public ..... BradfordC'nnntv. Ten t>har. of the capital stock of lak, *nrd, Ailmlnlntrntor hyiHltrnmnnt rv ..'.d I .
I F>orW : al.) Butler Itank. a cfrrwiratii.n, under thf lawn In Amili/nmnt Pnok 2 --pi.r, 1152. of, thv ..___ _.......155.66044<> tH ton 4<11 l lDrcrmlwr
From America's spacious skies T. S"ulhw. 'niHrtr of th. Northt of ih Stat of Florida' iwpres.nt.4 t'tihha I lteonlii of Itrndford, County. Flor I II. --
Hornbeck promin.-nt .
Mr. F. D. '.. ,,.r.. nf H..n Tw..n. ((2B) Stock Certificate No. 2*. tcoirnt, ) t* Th l. I lIst IV C. to amount on hand .___._L-_ :_:;.:__ |1.881"|
of Keystone Heights was i we'1ook to Japan'l beauties at R Towniihip,. Five 'I5,. South of KMI.H, American Trtmt Company Adminlvtrator, I'mmlMuirr mrt m..I. hy..f IT TUon.
realtr. 'KftAII .
Wednesday afternoon. I A. meetnl 3:45 Thursday Twnty.<4.nt> \12) Kt ..nlamln. m of the r>.tat'. of O. F. Murkim. ,tn.*il Fbrunry 12. IM.. 1..1. .. O F I; FUN I I '5
a'l' fun a.. mor VnrblUI .
noon. on fellows. pa. rromlMMtry not*. not under ..al. made nna ynr ".' the mim Receipts
|, cpt one ". In the ('h".h. I'ln. the hy Archie Cra fnrd and TMnVry ;. nf ('n. Th..n" 0.1.. !f" (ItO 00) :
Jesse Alexander, of Hampton came property ronwyed by E. *. ford dated .lantmry' SB, Kt7 for the c.mum" Th,. ntMiv, .1..1..1 "..1..1. will I. A UK list 7. l 192!
'vas a business vl :tor here Wed. Ladies you can find childrens ![ (a.nntIan Sprcial. M corporation._.r. to TN. American Adminiiitratnrof Fruntr .1 Sixty dolta. '11.onl.| payal.lv to offered trrmit and for .Mnl ,.li| on followlni. ".u.t> 7. |O''fl. from ITnfon county, .n".. A I.p CaaMV briilir. .__, 111.1'. .

I I i run and ... with that .n.ll.n. AUKAiiKiuit, 111. for fenee .__._____....._._
dresses ready to wear at the KMtnte af ,hwrwool|I. ( Mn.kll. .. The 'Ian'", l | nnd, 1.28. wi. ___._ 60 lilt
resday. i r. : .kl. certain r -al e,tHe in ftradford r the "f'ln' l'I, rTlate' '
ad Il'i.artmit ,
Sternberg's. 1 hy d**>d dnt., .'.nl"y, I. II.. and ro.onr.l..4 Countv .of. ***n .1st. with the not-! T..I. will I,. ,noM totfcthr nn one unit. .' me aalary.Inly ___.__ IOU uu.
in l'rnI Il'".k 21. of the and record! In Ikvtk ",9", RIO. of .'td l the ,hind, ,. and nth(>r rty nhov -- -
paice n"
II. I. Miner nn.I 1'ublie Keronlft of ". County Flor I .t'd! undi --- ?
Mr. and Mrs. "d'u.o the fublle Ri-rnr** of rlradford. County r 1..n.1 T.n. llrtwlnfl, 131"l.j"ur"1'IS
I Mr. G. M. Inman. Mr. and, Mrs. fl. : .1. i FloridaPr.miHr.nrv: }!,. "..l.I I ..: nti one, w.11 th* lnndn I.
1 ,of .1h : .
I> Miner
Mrs. U. :
.JII'k.onvle. The W t of the quarterul timliT, Flri ; I
N.rh..1 Trnrl" I.I
h.I |In'
I off'r'd
u.l. dnt |
r. l June C.
pent Sunday here with <*. r). I. Ames, Mrs. Nicholas and Mr. .. riwt: h.I .>f ,, ." .iuart.*. *nd' I II he .om.,f lorty IhOlnra ifl'l' 1lOH.,. nI,la It-, r..r. "A I.> >,nl| ...lI *".,M"rn (".| ',.n I h.. ) 7. I Il2iA !, .1

I I Hathwndc motornd to HomosassaTuesday the ".llh..o '.us.lrr' of the N.rhw"l by I F. Mepiiiinld "n.I.1 K ""n.n... ,I'mv.nl.lp n..1 l i>..1.i rly under th. '*..-rond .l.n'I'j .
nmricr In Serfiun, Thirtw-n. Townnhip,> r Murkilll.Uwethcr, with HIM I, AM """ "' .. I ho, Mold on th l>a"l* of .',".n. Hnmli'ni' inur > fi, roAiliimH ," JU f"'
I Mr. and Mrs. William Vogtlandcr and spent the day.I ito't.n South. Unni/t Nmttn. : ohio the I|I'f Sale ,m I perMonnl' ipirty tinted third riiMh with' f II*... nntfini.. 'iunynll->1 I. Pnniloni..' .n".. nut wi.1 l 10, ._ ..._.__.___.__...... maJ2'J7 '

of Jacksonville wire in town --- --- Sotithi tint iinnrti r of I\orttuiiNt, quill air 21 1"f., gIven. ,. *i-oun"* .aI! "n''*. July I",..." rfiunl In.'nlh"'nl. In on*. twn a n.I Ailnmn A fu..I.. .itr. ml mail li! .___..___u__.. .i '

i I Mr R. F. De-norest rct'irncd >.n .Section rtiirlevn. Tm nnhip SevenS..t.I Promlniw-ry note'ilaI.>'! N.tvemlfer,' 26.( thrf. .... with Inrrroilt' nl, th.. rht.. .f I h.1 "Mu ".,.. A '1'."*! (.u. .-.H.t. Onnnfrr 1..1. __.____u_.. 441"\ .
; Sunday afternoon.Mrs. h, Hnnir, N'tnttefn. Hiu-t enriUmlriir. In 1'''*, m.I., I,y Ifime Murley., payaMr' five O".n ... rent pnr rinmjrn. pnyiihlr. mmlitrntnflv ?SniUh'M, fliirnirii, Muppllim . .. _-._......._.-_._. SI 711 1 11ii'
Mnniliiy, frum Amoricus da.. nftTtwo all 2 t'u ftcTi-n 1-4 Inn the rtiime pi-oi>* rty.nlieyei nu.nehn .ft.riHle" ,. ,,rI It r .,if fie. ir-F,. .. r.r,. ...1| |,v n 'mirrhn-n' mon>.V I .1 W Amlri'wa. .,lr. .iinplliiironniimir __ .._.___.._._ _____. 8'
.1| by K .M Johrm. .. / ... !", "F Mnrkillie in the 1.cut "orl,m.. I *nrd, nr* with tl,,. I t.umlM'r ('". .minriM' .. __. .,
I John..nf ,c<'h. visit; with hr parent") Fi.rty nnllnr .. I..' .__ __. ._ ,"
ter to th .
R. S. Rut.r. \ "m.I..n Ttiift ( ni") n' ntoriiorniltin fttnnn ,. rf d, Aim of SlHrki ,H",
Tnk. I ,,'Ih. with thnl' rertmn, imnw.rdid "I t| o.-r-on-j .1.I.ln. tnnk .'iv ._ ._. _....._....... 111.-
Mrs. l 111'n're.t> was mcompaniedby AdminfoLrator of the Kv Hill 'I '.",1_ I .. ,.., ." ftank.
I wa* in town Mondux ..l of a mule! and watf'.n I. ..ul. I".I. finhty Inv nil) '_". __ .__. _.. KM' I I I10UO
tale of rj I' .
her iniith'T. MM. O. C. JolinMcH : Markillit.' ( .n..I. by dieHtlntf v n .tit secure ivtt 'Em.. .hnIl 'I.' mu..Im.. nI'.ln.' ."" Hnmlrri,' -
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gre'm.I .l) Januury' 1. l'l 17. ivcortled In .i Ii ... ,.In. p ..ntjig ftlienst ..... .-___.J n 1u I
0 C .
i I'.mi. II minIs' I nr a err Ifil .hl.'o elev'u, ? i
1arnls. eon. t I'-l' I M. .' : I i n*> '"* .if v". I'.iMlc. R. .. I II) ratable,? ft f."' .* ". ..1".1 Hfter.tint. .m. I the? .- 11:1': "; fn, ... or lot.... 1.1.1., ," ''n'h .\ I. 1021.
nnlf of Hrndforfl euun. JMorldn'llu of ,, ,.1'. till .Id.' '
I Mr. anl.1r. Wilm-r) IM/.ondorf Siuthtn>t .Ilfil r. of., ,th* N'ortheiMtjimrii 1 i ft-r itit,ti.irhL. mad I hundreil by 'Sot.Riirhty.. Ji .ftv-.. (. t|.tfar. .u'" "". f "."" .... .hnl I I'". ,lul.lu.u a .ImlIar.. llnnk of Miftrkn. pay rolls, .__.._.._._._ ._ .....____...._ 114.4llnIfor.l '

of San Matfti. M I" nt ,tin- \, <.J.pnr 1 Ulfch Jacksonyule t!' Ml ix .; S uth "f rinnmTwvnty.lwo .J'' nmru'iiut. ou r...1 l in'i, f.rty In Itredfu.u'hot l '.."."' .. .0..xli of I l hi' ..it.'<-.. .ft.) hlir| ilnlh'. (Inca..".. ",.1.1. _.,..........._._ .._ ____..___._ _..._ '
}here with I.lntiUutfI1 \'. | momber 1'.1: nnd vmtttiini'itr', forty serve mar or (I', tint>' .' | > ( IN Ii *I. 11.| .nn cash nnvtmnt, th rt'i .1 I W. /u n'lriiw. Jr ......._........._._._._.._.__. fw- I"
.1 Rxchange Club. attended the' UHH : bfinir' tht ..nr,. p..rr ..nv..t.1 l lby t'.nn d"l.1.11. ..note."L.n.nnd ..arcld." .in 'riufhn. ) n."I.1*< prr of tlm proHV.. And the.n riftnmlht f. A. Piitch. In..Iln.' lumbrr _.........................__.._._. .I', : (
line of orjrnn'xatioM'; luncheon of I K M .'.hno, ."''01.1 ..tr. t The Ifixrk A", .patrc. ,170.10 nf thi public. rvfiurdfiof of nil .nnmiaofnifMl hJi( | t/t hn .-. ;I AdHflin A ".",? .. Ml.' nail 80 ........i-1---.i o .-.._.._.. ,13.

Irndrt' 1'ltnA the I Amull..n Trunt "t'onpauy. .nrp..Uun. Hradford County, Fin r lit a ; iirre, ., .. thm Any male mile t .I IM* .' ru, R flnlni-v' pl.nrlnii rltrht of way -..... .-.. -...--... I
( nt Slumps.Mrs. t the Starke Club fin ArfminUlmtor I of flu- .,., f.I l' gooc 1 I Orange and Black Ton Room. MarkIIHe, deera*.). tiy ld dated .". I 1'tlO. "n..'.. .. t... yinn after dat.. in I Uu. "n' "? TI'S.M ..P. I I. II fttnrllnu, nooaunt Smith t Carro road i. _u_.__...___.. 2/':
wiry t. 1"17. uri'l rncordi in l tl.d book, i
of ,
mini fifty Dollar. F H.
115900. ItIMOItS.
F.. Ilo'vc. of rnln.m., 21. nair< *>H1. nf tinI'uh.fc:; R.c'dm. "(' fJti Hunt : m.. by W. O RIr.HATtI7SON.
spent Friday here with :11' l The ilro ** crepes for can't!JSc) he n'I Il llradford, The. Went C'ounty.half. of Florida I the Nofh. also "t 1 qtiartur I'l.tniinrtory not mIsted, Fejiruary l'l. I.!'-..-'I., 'O-r'-I I. 1', An rom".*.'-.nrfUrSTFXS .. _Tank_ .of_ Htarko. ,. pa rolla, .........__... ......__....____ .
\d. SIcrnberg's
nt .
ITnye .f !Ovation 29 TonvtiMhin (ti l\" .",nfh Rn. .. . !
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l heu t. NlnvUen Eat. .ontln.n.. i-tv'hty ni.roirr: ': OF 111 1 ; itoAico) OF) RI mm OF rtlCAI> FOKI> (: .

Charles H. flPrIster.of. I.akl B'lt- mi"< yed) .by let R*.. h..".hnn Ih. Mim, Hp.pr.pirty.fial,, eont .r, i (O' lY rr.ftinrun)/ : SIX M ioviirs, J.: Dxn RarAPITILATION

visitor to town Dr. K. L. Big will move his phy tn ,ihmericMti Tr.i.t "d.mfinny. m M.con.,tri i, .,,".JWth. 19?'.. to amount nn ... ._____ .____._..
ler, win a prominent sician's I'ffire, this week the iitlon. Admlnlatraior, of th- P..t', of fU-o. |I ntrKMRERInly ; I : 3tnt, 1923. I... nut. MB! ,. amount _&nt. _...__.. ..- I.ne'.T

Tuesday. t nov 1' './ .''dl. vl.- *a4.! t l.> .|/.1| int|, '. | Kbniary flee.tnh.'r 31. 102S hy ilmnnnt )I..n. _...._. _, ..., ___ __ ..__t7.11.,"
building: on tho highway, near the 1"1. und rvcnrd.' l In TJttd.Mr.hJI To mount .n ......... ........U.ZI -ti

h.r- courtiiout"'. M. c. Stith realtor, l l'.*/u of the I' "la Idvord' uf ; ": AIr.c.lpf II I. "
Walter Wills, of Tnmna. "HIM, Ifoid, 1 f uiitv, ,.ridn "ltThe fF \ F"Sf i I7.1I9.9SINt 73101)"x'nibrr
sovernl day his ,aln-ad mO"I'c hit .'off! 'e, to th Nortliro-) ,, < of th. Southwest
been In towr new location in the same building.Mr. M ,u r f f Si-ctcin.1.1 Twenty-fitrht.. Townh I I'I" ,, I I I in.'",. i., a,'," ,nt .,uu'rdruiwn. ... ...... ... .._ 12
roi.Kt.'I| rt ,
.. w lI ,. *, tax 0'iltcetor.I tnxrtn -t 51111 111 'P
to islne"s. -Ratt I > 1... .4. luth. of forty Song (ufnty-two. .> tjiriut ,(H.* I ri_r frcni f<.0',1 F, ,... linn May ..:_. ..::::::::: : tluuI: tub I ,INTPI1RHT AND HINKINd fUND

; --- Newr.rv and Mr' Jack 's. of :l I" b'tnu .the .,<." proptrrty nan nnvyotl mure l by or \Hfirti,. ,f I .'.I frirtti I I Ot .In '.lln. mi' tank _. --I- 'in J'ini.', aoth. IOJB. to nmnunt nn hlinil. ... ......... ............... .. ...133.MT
ff the BrlC
J. E. Adkin fnmier ,uiit"I"l Sri from F. W Miuro., to'iUOlxv .. ._ _._...______. ._ .__ 327.n4'' n |l'I'Jr rin-lv.il frnrn E
'n M /Joh t BJ, KI.L.|H| Master. to ThelAmerienn J'i'v W lOsses ...... ....._ .... .......... ''cli!
, section. vl-jitor! to tw Jacksonville, are announcing the ;, I Treat Company, eorporationH .\ \\f...1"25 from Alnehim, county onlir.mer I Diiann Brliltf. ._ __.__ dIrt l .7 1 I II July II. rM-olvnl from K W rfnyr* Oi rr .... .....?... .? ',' >
i "r 1 ., .,u.'l' 'l. fr.o'u L'nm'nlime. .n. '.' for Jun. ... _.. SUBt "i \uviwt 1. It'll ,
arrivul of Elizabeth < H fm r. 'm* r ut I the Rat't/- .,f (, nrrlvnl fr .m K W Wnv a, tatfM 1171
re > -- -- --
o> -- --
Saturday. "daulht.r. March MarkHhr, 0..1.! I. --. ,. r 7 lvt. tram.,'K:. W?ITavui. I I tan. ..uun._. ,_,___, 1 1"' '"I Vpl, K. r.ei-lv l from B W rf y.. isis .. .... ..... ....... .. ...-. I'S 7 :
Edwards Drilg Thursday 17 d.'e J.nuf -r 'i. "ale of .1( f'.n ...._ an Sot., S. riHMlvril from K. W .. .. .... .. "
and .1." in f>* | : H.IVWI, tc.q.. ... .. .? i
Is sist of 'J" .. peer 1. ,l.-.n.h. r II. Sale of '. : : :._ ::::: :: :_:::_: Ort i. wlvd .
'J from
flkehnhO. was 18th. Mrs. HriaA1 a r 1..d'od County florida r* orih. .n.1 : B W. lla <- tisie. .. .................... T). O. Cot, of I Ireidpnt 'a I.o '" '' r J8. 1C26. ,", "mntruull.'rliitoh. vie tilt .for July. ..._.__.. S4X7 : Oft I. 1M*. pecoj.I| | from B W haves lw< .. ...... ... '
in town the latter part of the week Mr,*. A. 7. und was once a 1..1 Thirty u lid: ) ami South half of lot < r I IKIUl. Irnrn F W hay..,. is.ftohcr .,. --...._._.__._....... 1.1' fMi I, Palv.iI| from $. W. Rapes taxaa ... ........?........._..----. 215
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business.Mr. of our town. Nlnee. and Wise half of Let Thirty.on. from,-. B. W. Harm ti. -- _._._._....___u__..._. 110.21 I tttt. it. nnhnif from N. W. Haym U*M. .. ....... ... ..._ ...._ 8,391
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attending to > V' j$.tlon Riirhtean 'f. romr-troller1 into, Ili-rnxi. .___ ....__ "".___'_ .
in fo'( Oolob'r 17. 1125. torn Alan Sank'o.th.r .ml. draiftflnir roil, 14. .. ... 16.00 T.la
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(; measured for that :] 11. Hon.; ( 31. I'IlS. .. .... au.a, lln-mw, .___.___-.__ .___. SI 1151
and Mrs. W. W. 1aI.Io'1.spent et new rwvnty.two ( ..t. a* ihown on m (Mtutor al U2A. .m M." a1.1 .mmhor 6. Tnt.pit Itllitui, 'l'lm' .lo,, I l9ii'i ...... ...i... 14 41)41 'u I I1h.u..brn
suit Nat Stern. of KM id Hectiun. Townnhiu, and I I. W5tu.. ira COO. worK on .,. __....___... I

last Wednesday In Lake But. Ea"te now- {man belnir flied I In Cleric office rang of Sard ?Novmbu.r 4u.e.mh.r r. 19211.1"28. from Z. W. H.y. tale.._-_._.___....... 1.1 at, llt25to amdwlt on hand, ._....... .......... .__ ... II t Ml 17 '
berg. I I..lull Court In the City erf Stark,1 .'lo.ld..j 'rm Comimtrollo... .. tat Auiruat. ____..__. 2. C. 4. ICT'lf C I. MATTHIW4' 5ti
]ler 4oxemb., 27 1225. item Cxmptroifl... to ._, ,
i iw4ibuhJ 'M < for IJwm" 2H .1' lierny. Chairman, Board of Ikmd TruaUn. Bradford Countr.

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'r t525525Z52S'u! 5ZS2Syutu u u u'Z.tZ'SLt'25r'S' iSu'ZarcSL'z uZ525u2<:':: satisfactory control as the liquid
\ Bordeaux is an asset. climate, Is made of the following I .\ MURDER' CASE HEARING: high school to cost $350,000 was!
I II Peppers There are a great many pra:. materials: 1 pound resin, 2 ounces made yesterday by J. F. Eastham;
Farmers & Farming Peppers are affected by the ,, tires used in raising baby chicks, tallow, 1 ounce spirits of turpcn. I Held for Murder of Karl Padgett, city superintendent of schools. The

Ccrcovpora leaf spot, H nu'tine, find some of the most importantitems tine and 6 ounces wood alcohol. 55, Starke Farmer. building will be erected on Third
known as leap-dorp. It affects theleaves '' are: avoid crowding avoid
I :Melt resin and tallow together. avenue.
!': i (By It. I F. Ward County Agent) rj; most commonly but also 'I,' chilling or overheating, do not feed After cooling somewhat, stirring Tampa Fla., :March 20th.-Dis- -
I I B! __ fr damages the fruits and stems. In' too early ((30.72 hours), practice continuously. migsul was ordered by County I Tallahassee-Governor John W.
severe cases the plants are cntirely : Manitary'management, and adopt: Judge Cornelius, yesterday of the
J Tho mixture will harden on exposure Martin has offered n reward of
) I
The should
defoliated. seed
; FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE 0ARTICLES a feeding schedule and do not alter i I Ii case against Thomas Harmon 17,
5', to air and should be kept ina for the apprehension of the
i ho disinfected by treating for ; it. $100
I'ernia Harmon
wide-mnuthedtightly corked bot-
,La TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY IJ' minutes in a 1.1000 solution of I I In feeding chicks it is most advisable tie Apply with a/brush. I his sister Sally 19, who were three bandits who held up and robbed -

,Id !,.;J corrosive sublimate The young to feed about 5.8 times .11 I charged with murder in the deathof the Coleman Banking Company
7cpc. j>cpcc7c2c2; ; > 'ZC2ci1 I plants should be sprayed in the day at regular intervals. If pOSe I Large wounds which were cover Earl Padgett 55, Starke farmer. February 21 last.

'1'() :SPKAY OK pcr-limo dusts for the control of ;, seedbed and continued in the field' siblo supply the chicks with milkin ed two years ago with this dressing Judge Cornelius personally quea.
NOT TO SPRAY most of the truck crop diseases. ) with a 4-4-50 Bordeaux. or dusted. some form. Don't forget the have shown no decay whatever tioned the witnesses in the prelim-
However some sections of the I with a 20-81) copperlime dust water and put it only in clean ves and the dressing itself appears as'' inary heralng.

AtI By M. R. ENSIGN state are using the dust in spite Eggplants sels. Intact as the day applied. I
it for I There are several eggplant diseases Green feed is also I I
Plan of the fact that costs more essential. RUPTUREI
a Extension Pathvlogist-Rnto-of FloridaSo the same amount of protection. that cause great losses Try to get the chicks outdoorsas RURAL COMMON: : : SENSE I
mologist University
which col- '
chief of is tip-over or
due the fact thatit into
His is largely to soon as possible the direct PILESPAZO
much of the spraying and I is easier to handle and a bit lar rot caused by a fungus knownas rays of sunshine it will help in By Spuds Johnson

i dusting that is done in Florida more food-proof. If dusting is Phomopsis. This is a seed. their development.It I

for the control of insects and well done, it will prove) to be a borne disease and frequently old.! is claimed that the first 10 FARMERS WHO RAISE '

riant) diseases of truck Tops is good investment seedbeds are a source of infectionto days is the critical time with baby OWN FOOD AND FEED HereF.
the plants. The problem
I'.ono: without rhyme or reason Cucumbers young chicks It's true but it does not I
of control is one that has not been HAVE MONEY IN BANK
that it is no wonder many doubt-! 1 There is one disease, mildew. well worked out but it must be mean we can neglect the birds af. PAZO OINTMENT Instantly Relieves -

ng Thomases have arisen Jim (rust), that is the most prevalentin handled from the standpoint of ter that time.Systematic While I know ITCHING PILES and you 11. Seeley of Chicago and
Irown watches his neighbor Florida and always occurs.! In seedbed disinfec management: of baby that growing corn can get restful sleep after the the noted truss ex.
seed treatment, in Florida Is Philadelphia
chicks will bring about well de. an expensive propo.
pray, although the good the* controlling this trouble other first application.
i tion and rotation of crops. Spraying sition I also that will be at the
veloped pullets this fall. am sure more pert, personally
.eighbor waited until the .dmc'uses will also be taken care
All authorized
"ruKt"I to
I' and dusting are of doubtful ) Florida farmers could grow their druggists are Hotel and will remainin
lad appeared before he even con- lof. As indicated above, the liquid refund If PAZO OINTMENT I White House ,
be treated money
The seed! should '
value. food
COMPANION CROPS FOR CORN:I own and feed to ad-
Hidered It worth while do. crops of only
to any. Bordeaux or the dust should be 1.1000 fails to Cure any case Gainesville this Monday
to planting in a solution vantage. It is folly to think of
thing and. then proceeded to do ... applied that the leaves prior ITCHING. BLIND BLEEDINGor
so "The
arc protected of corrosive sublimate fora With very few exceptions it la raising corn as a but March 29. Mr. Seeley says:
half-hearted job it made dif. both.sides with fun. money crop PROTRUDING PILES. Cures
no the
on of I 5 minutes Eggplant advisable to use some companioncrop will not only
period it Is good sense to think of raising Spermatic Shield retain
ference in Jim In 6 days the
Brown's mind concerning gicldc. High arc ordinary cases
pressure pumps should not be grown on land fol. to immediately follow corn or it and other
grain to
crops pro In 14 60c case of rupture perfectly
worst cases days. any
tho results. Ills neighbor: necessary to produce a good fogor .
lowing eggplant, and a 'crop rotation to be grown at the same time as the vide the food and feed needs of the
sprayed and it cost him money. mist that will float into the of three to four years corn crop. This is more desirablein1 fa I'm. but contracts the opening in 10

Jim Brown didn't, and he had just vines much as a mist on a foggy seems desirable. I Florida than In most other states days on the average case. Being!
Farmers have a tendency to -- -- -- -- ----
a us good a as his neighbor albeit morning floats onto wind
; crop your Iin that corn matures earlier than In a vast advancement over all former
t t the disease got both crops shield and instantly covers It. Use HEATER; PIM'DUCTION IN I any other southern state. The effects plant all or nearly all of their
t" when about half harvested. And a 3-5-50: Bordeaux for the first HOME EGG LAYING CONTEST I of these companion crops acreage in so-called money crops, I\ II methods-exemplifying instantaneous

c no one may go about over the two or three applications to prevent I are: first to obtain a hay or grain and in caso these money crops have | effects immediately appreciable

,, tato and find ,so few men who burning the tender growth. Gainesville Fla.-Egg produc- crop; second to add humus to the I a bad yea.., the farmers are left ,I' and withstanding any strain or

have really done a "Jam-up" job For subsequent applications ap- tion in the Home Egg Laying Contest soil; third to prevent leaching durIng -I in the; hole. While if they would position no matter the size or lo

tit spraying or dusting that it Is I ply the 4-4-50 strength. Good increased 17 per cent over the the summer rains; fourth to l plant enough fond and feed cropsto cation. Large or difficult cases, or
quite discouraging to to stone lime is to be but supply their own needs and then
try preferred, production for January accordingto make use of the unused fanilitvafter
try J preach the gospel 1 of proper pest where this Is not readily obtainedthe ; the results which have just been the corn crop Is mature; and plant what money crops they could Incissional ruptures (following: operations -

;4, control. hydrated lime may be used if tabulated By N. K. Mehrof, extension fifth to prevent leaching by usingup 1 handle, they would at least not I ) specially solicited. This
I have to buy high priced feeds with
Tho intelligent person of today the quantity U increased by one. Poultryman. There are 53 the solution, nitrogen. low instrument received the only

knows better than to wait until half. That is, Instead of using 4 flock reporting for the month of I Th; :,. must commonly used companion priced money crops. award in England and in Spain
he has pounds in a 4-4-50 Bordeaux increase of 51.. l Interest in livestock is expected
contraited typhoid fever or February, with a production crops in Florida are velvet J
\, 1 results without
It to six pounds. S i '' to Increase this year, and the number I (I producing surgery
nmall-pox before he dol's1011I1..'. 21 per cent. 1 beans cowpeas, beggarweed pea.
thing. He knows that It is of no Cantaloupes and Watermelons The best production. was qbtained nuts, and native grasses. On some | of animals going on feed in the I injections medical treatments or
lock the The same directions that are will |, Corn Belt and the Western states prescriptions. Warning-All cases i
use to garage after tho with Rhode Island ,Ked pullets lands practically all of these i I
car has bead stolen but that both given above for the control of cucumber which averaged 22. S"pgg" per bird grow so In that case it Is a matter I J i should be greater. This will in all I II should be cautioned against the use

the disease and the theft must bu Useascs ate' applicablewith are owned by. Mrs. E. T. Handy of selecting the one most profit I t, probability create a demand for I of any elastic or web truss with
feed in these and
watermelons and cantaloupes I i crops sections >
prevented by measures that sci. Grand Islam] able. I
has although the fungi 1 attack.Ing the consequently make the prices high understraps, as same rest 1
ence developed and that are There may be exceptions to I|I I
In Flock Class Mrs.
well understood., Today most them are usually different. In -the Farm advisability of having companion']| er. the lump is and not where the op.
the lead
J. in
1). Hoed Pay was
truck growers spend, largo sums the case of melons experienceseems crops with corn. These exceptions The Iowa farmer can grow corn ening is, producing complications
of money for quantities of high- to indicate that sprayi-rig( with a production of 20.87 eggs per could only occur in Florida on muck I much more cheaply than can the necessitating surgical operations.Mr. .

s, grade fertilizer who a few yearn need. not begin until the vines'begin bird. He has 613 White Leghorn lands where there is already an j[I Florida farmer but when the Flor. : Seeley has documents from
ago would have laughed to scorn to run well. The dta/a'se that pullets. overabundance of giganic matter. I Ida farmer pays freight on the ho.I .
1"anyone who dared, suggest such: destroys the Uaxpi-o 1'the watermelon The average egg production per Since these lands are usually well I wa farmer's corn, the corn cost him RKNEW the United States Government

extravagance, however if one also Cause a rot of melons bird for the entire contests is No.1 I supplied with weeds and /grass seed I practically as much as it would have WMGLEYS Washington D. C.? for inspection.

could make $flO per acre by spending -., !,VTans'it and this has a direct vcmbcr 505.\ December 7.55, Jan- it would be a big undertaking to {| cost had he grown it on his own He will be glad to demonstrate

$16 for spraying orM4r>,vfiVnt/, bearing on the price of melons to- uary 10.44, February 1434. prevent some summer cover crop i farm. HANDY PACK without charge or fit them If de-

labor and materials.,... ( would,' | he ward the end of the season. Buy. A summary report for the four and this could only be done by very The farmer who has corn in his I sired. Business demands prevent
hard to locat ,.''rI"ehf.'r Investment.. ers discount the price to protect months shows that the average production frequent plowings. It is probablethat I own crib and meat in his own li I Fits handpocket -
TruA-'i'1.miih. some years when| themselves on probable loss in per bird to date is 38.77. even these lands are benefitedby smokehouse Is generally the one I and punt stopping at any other place in this

,AF'e blight happens not to be bad, shipment. Kellogg and DeWitt. Mt. Dora having a crop grown on them who has money in the bank. At a I section.P. .

L' the returns may not ba forthcom, i Potato (white) breeders of S. C. White Leghorns, after corn or some other crop has farmers' meeting in one of the cot- Her for year Moaey
;; ing. But year after year we goon ,, I I Potatoes in the Hastings Sam. are in the lead with a productionof been taken off. ton states the speaker asked all sad th. ..u PcppermUt S.-Every statement In this
L". r 70.32 of those who had, in their notice has been verified before tile
paying our Insurance pre sumo DcLeon Springs Vero and eggs. corn own a.wIDsSweeaIOl' ny money
KEEP FLIES OFF Federal and State Courts.-F. II.
miums and are happy to think that t the Everglades sections will go F. A. Gordon of Jacksonville still cribs to stand up. Twelve men
,' I we haven't had to collect the face down with the blight 8 years out leads the farm flock group with an OF DAIRY COWS stood Then he asked those who .... Err, Wrirfe/s P.. Handy Paid Seeley.

\, of the policy. So the truck grow. of 10. Dustings or spraying average production to date of 52.81 WITH REPELLENTS had meat in their own smokehouse -.s your *Counter,or ft Home office 117 N. Dearborn St.
.1 fr ers. of Florida,'" must come to look should! be begun when the plant eggs per bird. to stand. The same 12 men stood. Chicago, Ill.
upon this business of fighting plant t are from 4 to 6 inches high and! ,I M. N. Shonda Jacksonville with Gainesville, Fla.-As spring and Then he asked those who had money .
diseases (Till[ inner post as one from then on the new growth I his 018 White Leghorn pullets tops summer come on, dairy cows of the in the bank to stand: Again the -

of the most necessary and at the, must be protected. This moans the Commercial Group with an average state will be seriously pestered by some 12 men stood. )

same time most difficult jobs In i according, to Mr. Smith, the man- I 1 production of 61.67 eggs for flies causing irritation and often I If we would have money In the t
the production of a crop. It U, Tiger of the Leonard. Farms at i the four months November Fub. resulting in a reduced' milk flow. \ I! bank, a good plan Is to raise our f HARRYBOWKITrI .

just as important IM planting the! I Hastings, that when growth Is ,' unry inclusive. number of sprays and. mixtures for l, own food and feed crops. I !
seed or applying the fertilizer: most rapid. that tho spraying or Other poultry raisers who were repelling flies have been tried and. .

for what avuilfth if n man plant luxting should bo done every five> 1 among the !Ii best In their respective found practicable according to STRAWBERRY CUPS I LOCATED) AT J

tho whole farm and loxcth the ur six days, at least. Potatoes classes! for February are: Mrs. Ilamlin L. Brown, extension dairyman AND CRATESI : I Ideal Restaurant Next to Mitchell's Drug Store .

,-rope )Furthcriunre, he nHiKt look handled. In this way last year according I :M. A. Everett: South Jacksonville; who suggest/ the following: I
I upon it as nn act of Insurance.' If to Mr. Sinlth, gave an Mrs. W. W. Cook, Zephryhillsj) ; Mrs. A simple fly repellent i is made by Formerly Watch Inspector I II
I it is done right, it is mighty increased yield 1 of 15 barrels perrare : J. C. Perkins Paisley; P. II. Patterson mixing 2 gallons kerosene 1 quart would. like to announce to thogrowers I SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY

I I'hoap insurance.Tho of No. l's over another. block Orlando; Mrs. G. A. Hull pine tar and 1-2 pint crude cor. that I am /going to work \
I I bolic acid. The addition, of 1 quart on strawberry crates and cups, thatis
rusts and nifltlowH that whore tho spraying was loss fre. Crovelund: ; A. J. and M. J. Lepper I WATCHES. CLOCK JEWELRY t
see what prices will be availableby
work quont. Too havo Live Oak Mrs. J. W. Ansley Gnrniprsi of fish oil will improve the mixture. ,
such havoc in our fields many growers nn i ; 4 And OPTICAL REPAIRS
and I buying
co-oporntivoly this j
invisible idea that two three O. L. Dormun Live Oak J. Another emulsion that has given year, I 1 I
foes. It Is the result of or appli'ntiun" ; instead of buying retail. ALL WORK GUARANTEEDFRIGIDAIRE f.
t their work that of spray or dust. applied i Apple, Jacksonville; Mrs. O. B. good results, especially for the repulsion .t I
we 11V.
see. Ilonep, i of stable flies which sting Of course I cannot. make [ *:---.--,-.-. .. .....
when the farmer waits! until he when they first observe tho ,di- !1 :Mumford Wauchula; and M. Wicsj any ------ ------- '
: painfully with a skin-piercing proboscis definite promise as to what prices I .:::
sees the work of fungus, ho has sense is nil that will be necessary j cholek South Jacksonville. 'I stth t
Is of 1 gallon fish I will be able to obtain for these

| and I pint kerosene. I a definite! price on same, willendeavor i il
"f diseased. of real estate and then letting chi
hooting plants I Is much like tho mortgage take it On our southern. soils we need to i j I The Iowa fly spray consist oft )i l to notify the growers on 11 I
ut ghosts.! The dust or from away conserve our humus supply, and I II 11.2 quails of coal tar dip, 4 12i the prices. However I expect to
of failure
spray must be on the leaves fruit you to I the main thing is to get it. If youhaven't i i quarts fish. oil, :3 quarts coal oil, 3 be able to quote those prices some I
or stem of tho )pay the balance duo; or of allow.
plant before the turned under a crop oc- ',quarts whale oil, and 1 1-2 quartsof I I time next week and will make anannouncement
tiny : big an insurance policy to lapse i i. .,
green comes along' and digs I cnsionally and. fool that you cannot in local
Dissolve :3 pounds laundry the county
in. the before the firo.Celery tnr. PRODUCT of GENERAL
If tho plant if thus day under but : :MOTORS uunor!
tho protoctc turn ono anyway, sonp In water, add. the ingredients paper about them, us soon its pos. ,.r-
germ will come in conta-t -. ,- got humus by all mean, in order i of the spray and bring the whole up sible. "Colder Than Ice"MODERN ''I
inside to 30 I also
to gallons will see what prices that
the whole problem .of disease (Ihnt cause. considerable loss ouch do. If h..
control the other thing' you you This will keep off
wnter. spray we can obtain on containers for
i is based upon prevention. Near by destroying. the loaves find after you have grown:: a crop whale oil ; : J
the flies and the prevents beans' sweet. corn and cucumb..rs..ROBT. i SANITARY--CONVENIENT
Fornieih. It was t thought t that those are Early and Late Blight : of velvet beans if you feel that. the coats of the animals from ?
plants had to bi Mprnyod' or dusted Early: blight thrives hoot in warn you should feed them but get. as becoming harsh. The cows should F. WARD ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION Incill.v

',0 frl.'qlll'"t11I'1'IUKp, / the rains i if moist wonlhor while the lata much as you can of the manure be sprayed before milking and in r County Agent. For Home and Conimerical User '
washed it off after a certain blight does not occur except in back Into the soil, but by nil means ,, the afternoon when in the barn for I out.In',.
time Thi Uu e-ncil wenlher such\ ns we have inDeoomber leguminous becauseeven I <
t is wrong and there grow n crop\ silage or green feed. With a portable I
is only otnleason why truck crops / and! January and partsof though you remove a large" cart rondo from a half barrel roll

must be sprayed, frequently' and February. Thus the celery. proportion of the nitrogen that : by attaching wheels and. a spraypump New Words! New Words! J. J. SeykoraSales teiplai'

that 4s to protect" the new growth ,rower is confronted with the that. crop may have, even though and, nozzle two men can
When the temperature,, and moisture necessity of beginning season in I you may remove as much nitrogen |I spray 40 cows In five minutes. 30 tftouiandm of Ififm spelled '&Servtce *'\ i i I
Is just right for the most the seedbed and continuing thru f.'ol1t hI' soil as the leguminous gallons of this mixture will spray pronounced and defined in I Gainesville Fla. Curi

rapid growth .of the the growing season for, if it I is find that there .. I i-, of.It |
plant i-ondi- crop add, yet we ,',40 cows twice a day for 10 days ntn WEBSTER'SNEW .:-- --.-.-'-.--'- .
not the early blight then it Is ---------.. utiI. ,
lions also the better )
arc just right for the is an increased, a productive cost of 1 cent per cow per day.
r development of the fUnlt'lMn.1 lute blight that has to be foug'it.liordeaux : capacity. in that soil.SPRINTrivfl The Kansas Station' mixture is INTERNATIONAL 1(1.
mixture in the .>-----.--. .. I
strength ---- --- ,
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farmer -- .
knows -
every thnt n melon composed of 1 part each of powder ----- -.
s a potato or a cucumber vine\ puts of 1.150 gives good control when ANn HAOYI cd! resin fish oil oil of tar ...have,1'IOoal'

'J on many new leaves in the short! applied tinder pressure of 175 to I IU..O I CHICKS_ and kerosene. In preparing The "Saprtm Authority" SAY MR. I I.I

space of :21! hours when thos-j pound! Little copptT-Vma. ; j i Poultry breeders are now In the it, the resin. Is boiled in 1-2 part Ctt the Bttt tHere FARMER; ,rht"IJ

!growing conditions arc just .right dust has 1 been so that information (1! midst of hatching chicks. They are i of water along with soap and fish
So the l Ideal. to dust as to its effectiveness is not available resin is dissolved. 3 are a few samples : Do want '.'
1 i way spray or i I thinking about their full crop of oil until the you a complete fertilizer for all
: would be to apply these fungiol- pullets. parts of water are then added!, and! agrimotor soviet abreaction in Bradford county, II fertilizer made from crops grown

't des to keep pace with the rate it Te'Inntoes February Mar h and April are ,after stirring In the kerosene and hot pursuit cyp,' rotogravureAir Ammonia tankage nitrate of soda sulphate of

growth. For instance, when. trn Nail-head rust Is so well known the best months to produce baby i I oil of tar, the mixture Is boiled 15 Council askarl capital ship high grade German murate of potash IIII

first few leaves appear. on the by tomato growers in Florld.i that chicks so as to be reared Into well minutes. This preparation is most mud gun afppio mystery ship and acid phosphate ? sulphate> of potash, goat manure
cucumber vine these should bis it has become a hy.word.. It Is developed pullets cnry in tho fall. effective for horn flies and should Ruth.n. sterol luedenta

coated. on both sides with a fine responsible for a loss of several i Wo must pay careful attention |the applied as a fine spray in the paravan ahoneen Flag Day Then try "
l film of dust or spray. Then million: dollars ajnnually. :i to the method of managing the 1:, evening. megabar Red Star' Esthonia E. O. J>.\IXTElf "nUADFOKD COUNTY SPECIAL" I''

..,' if weather conditions) are cool and Preliminary tests conducted last "biddies" says N. R. Mehrof ex. S. P. boat overhead Blue Cross Guaranteed Analysis
little new growth takes" place, another year on the lower East Coast Indicated I i tension poultrymon. The betterI PREVENT DECAY OF aerial cascade Ammonia ,

application might( bo safely that the most promising/ I I the core the better will be our re. TREES BY 'DESSINOPRUNING' WOUNDS' camp-nra girl not less than ________________ Per cent

delayed until better growing hope for relief. lies !in the rust-re suits. : It tki* Potash, not less than ___________ 1
",, conditions prevail. When the sistant varieties! that are being Some of the things to be considered I All wounds made by pruning Stormhout* dar Available Phosphoric Acid TlJ per cen
not Jess
vines are growing most rapidly developed. The Marglobo variety at this time will be are as follows which are above one-half Inch in t I > than per cent

the experience of some few of I seems to stand out as the best one : I i diameter should be protected from InformationServing u List Price 10.50 per ton. r. o. b., Jacksonville Florida.

"j the best truck growers in the so far. Seed. of this variety I is not In purchasing chicks secure the : decay by some means. Limbs You? Cash! with order $:I.i.dO r. O. b.. Starke ,
.f :, Winter Garden, Wauchula and. yet available for general distribution. available them from Car lots of or Lawtey.
best getting: I should be cut off so that no stub 2700 P.... 800Olllu.lr.tion. lo tons or more, $1.00
;1. Morriston sections indicate very some reputable; concern and as I is left. The wound should be 4O7.OOO Word and Phi... per ton less.
t.1' clearly that Is extremely profitable The best protection that the I I near home as possible. Do not i promptly covered with a good lea Gaj.U..r and Biographical. Dictionary, For Sale by

to spray and dust thoroughly grower of the common varietiesof make a false start i i paint or other protective dressing WRITE! for a sample page of the >to
1. every five or six days. tomatoes has Is the use of well. t I When putting chicks under the according to horticulturists at the N.... vVord. specimen of Regular J. ,
It may be noted In passing that | rondo \. 1-50 Bordeaux applied brooder or hen be sure that each i College of Agriculture Universityof and Inili Papers. FREE Harrell 'lIlntIn

r so far the experimental evidence | according to the same principlesas and every one is well developed!, Florida. G. & "C. MERRIAM CO. .

,$f. Is In favor of the liquid Bordeaux Indicated for other crops. healthy and free from any deform Such a dressing, which has shown Springfield. Ma..., U.S. A. L.WTEFL..\. thoW
'.' when properly made over the cop. i Copper-lime dust did not give as ity. A weak deformed chick Is a considerable merit and will last con.
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FRIDAY. MARCH' 2fi. 1928

''I lay cornprtn for new $160,000 V SAMPSON CITY This tub dny of Fcbmnrv. kV P, 19J6. 1..1 l r unran. fl. F Meyer and Company, H KorthwMt ffornr ttf Sic. ant SE-SEVEN 'I

church. W. J. EPPERSON. 1 i R Hawk and aim. fl. M. Hawk, H O'Ihnmpaon. Jokpon StnvUi ; tlionet Wrstrlyalone -
!''rlf. iw AilmlnMfAtor' of the I'aiC. (if'V N. W. tlnckett. If hvfnr. In I
fi ? home or tho North .d. of anlilJaeknon 5, ,
St. Augustiac-i'O V
new Chorry. rirrrvMl.NOTICR 2-13.Ut.4-9 and
k % Sampson City, March 2rt.-Rev. ul.l.n. arc nil unkn.wu to complainant StrrrM ins Tlionnnnd uni 5 W.UtI.rI

I' ,''.'UI $1.lOO.Oll1() will be built on C. A. Crosby of SUrko filli-ii his and that there ta nn 1'ern.m In the Btntc nf HtimlriNl mid flliity' (ItOOi fort to ,,f ,nl.tOn.,

1 ht 1 i Florida known to complainant. the nervierif tho West tin. of nn allvy. ninnlnirmnlwny ,' .
I. ".. regular appo.ntnuMit" ; hrrt> Saturday V a auhtMH'nn$ upon whom %\*,uld, bind, then bvtwpfn lirov and, l'lnl ,IV uwttoiVV
.Imksumillf' -- $70.000 business < <,d dofrndanta. or either of thrm. and 8trti'ta : thvneo Northuriy! "

Vt tiuitiir.to I ( I I l bo for H.iy- evening ntul Sunday 1'rling. ilcliveringr In Urn I, Circuit Court, Fb.htl JudicialCircuit. ,ihnt 9 i I. believed t hy comp'jiltinnl' Ihnt the IhK VVi. iilvi- of math itll.y KightHun.lml SI VI T4IblflC Vi Pin.

l'I'el.te two very iiitcrcntlnit sermon nrd.rd ( f'lorll. In nuini-it, ,|i,ft'ndnnU' nninf.- ttn! I' the and Sixty i tmt I,
: :
-h,.it, I'ompany. Clwncorv.II. I pr 'iwrtlnolrd in t Ih. unit nnd contidalnant ? thi* touth II ,,. of unul, t"r'' I:

: : several 1.. Tillt*. nllpin-N t hat .10 < ,,>. not, l 1 kn.,"w ami, 1 1.,1 l Oiu. I U I i thi'no.' I'.n-t.; rly .
'iring' V \\ul..nlnl of Mrs. Wank, Ko.-iifrtml, of Jack. "u.n/l.ln.nt \>, ,th'itriiit' nifiTvh, .>i>t liunurv, h.. inne, n ii,". Smith.. In.. <.f( ..l.l t t.. Ona ( VI( touia r

\' "IM, -I "'al\.1\ IU.iltI8 !t'I'I'I., nhh? In nnfitfnln, whet .r non nf tin. m .1 l ldi "in., V fliou .. OIIL. I I I .".1. and
,1 Aonxille, spent hint week hentlu> S tIVIi4flI5V. whufn i ..* .p rcnfili, nre lie pine1nf Mvly 1"0'" fort .t.. |,,,! I of Imalnninn -
i i' I i..i |I".\ commerce.I Thi 1 rioidtn I I-.nl 'tinmliriatlon Com P
; guest of her sister, Mrs. Delia .ne m\\ bnallinm In allomd, n* unUntinn. 1 h di mlei Atito plMHunal Int. Ono ((1)uf ViI
dbeIg Cfes5io I 'Mile l'lt >. .- $'J.r,000: ) pnniaryan.l Thoimis. l I'''> a r..I.n. "II\e. or In enintanco or nut. an.l ft' la th0 toMn t'f I.IIWIYV ., '".t..1 t
D.r.n.l.nL. In nwoin of cnniplnint that limit or l'lilt' thor, iif .. fC. !
r.initiiiir "t'hJbl to be coutrtut "I,I Til. .1",1, 11. .. thi,\.1 r>i n". of r.. ronl In the .ffiutf' of tin
wifr friends of Mrs. S. K. Junes will It liv the ." hill of .m.I".ht arc pomnnf
niMHnrinu, "rn .
'd, ,, ,'I,. rk ,of the firm I To nt of Brailf
-I th. (
n"I"'n'' in .1.1 I
byV be "pleased to know thut she in able HUil In tin-. abet onunwhich piMpi-rly mnn In tn..I..1 t suit homnam" .I f. ".., SV rii.rulu In. II,.ml Hook,
tusvi Construction begun ciittm1 1 I. one to it move cloud from tltl and In..I..1 I nn |1VIIuiu' 'I. Ainu' 1hi, Southll.iir /
: 1llti bq Paul Ribkson 1' to he up again aft.1 mi attack of tt, tiulit tltf i titliof tlu l, cotnplHlnt, I. tho nut .... placo of I iuu.luu.un I, IM unknown ill'.'i, ,.r ih.,. N.rihmi, UU, .
home "Titusville t complnthant. nnd In unid, .
tor StnrAdvocate.
reIf -
( on new acute indiireHtion. lands thai nrrtlmrrlbod tn tlu* niiid bill of 11 "t.r I IVVV1 V li I of tin' NonhriutOMiiri.r
I I tlmtw. \, Sh rjt of Umdford I!* f U pra\e
v.4.ht im p-- A- i_ Mrs. "'. I. Denver has returnedto .r.n".I.t..l.ly. Fln.I.I.. him ", ,I.- return upon d..r.11"n. tunnonIrum and, cor I.;,,t I hu t>Mimrtrr| tIC 891of

Lake Alfred-N'cw 10011'01( her home in Juiksonvllle after I. mimtnonM 'm ('11", ry d.ly 1..u,1 porat'onnTHFlCFPOim"' 11..' North Half I
BARIUK'S; : I cmivf. I Hint. I tfh. a HimmtiMiB In Ctmncnry : It In nrderod that all pi rftnnn IN1-2I' of tins quarttfrINVV14) ,
CO.M'KSSION( ,: (bun in I the all I .ah} hotel! completed here 1 numerous two week's visit truest of Mrs. M. .11 IK uni>M>ciit..Ml And., I mttnot bo nrr\ml flimn and rorpurnllotia, n am oil In thinnotice. I i.f l hi. N"rhw.M N.rll" quarterINKI .

homes, and bu"ine8 bui"'gI' go Varncs. the I.nntl nml ImniltimtlnnCnmp If Ivln. or In ,.iltitnre nr If di "Why di.l. I hoM sour,, hant! ( j H.irrniyiton 11. lOn .ti>'. FI'rhl..r.rl.n, V onenf I th' d,,fnilnntu n not In "... Iii"-" hi., her. their ortt i :'Hi) V Townnhlp PIn,, i> SouthRnnui

young nlUMldall 1"'lItl.t! we ,'llh,1 go to ill 11. : T. Lynk \11114. who is employed nntmtl In until, bill, of Ciiil.ini.|, ow. unknown holm. ,de*'I.l ,,ii.. toirntcon era,- Twi
questiorl:'! with, 1111' or we stay at 10111- Capitalists 1)ninllJ] in l ititt (. thc fntlur of Ihc i>",1 t rori>omH.>ntn t. .and m..l rnf and .all impunit In "I Klirhly: I Silt, iter..
a nv.milite. un mil_ <> link falutku: spent Sunday .Kct offtrrrti! or .,.. >iiii mri'n''.. ail\ *, firm and .corporation, having orcliuniiiiR M.r.or ..
ing fare, "J.I was .Il.cri raiwuy t here mother .Irs. J lob .. thOM I '..rtniitplfcru You .",1 ,> ,
vou really l"r. a I"W truest nIl I to the fniluro' of ant .0..Uu. tohno nnv r t in i 1 vou nir heivliy rti'qulrrd
to tell ?" want I11t', had I lt cost of $10,000-\ sic ll.ill.Mr. : u It hin tho Htnti of FI..hl. Pillfue.r of- I, or parceln of land ly n" nndbeitiii 'lo net| )hi'for,. .I th.,< t'.1, Court,
he seen
you continue.! lh. Fluhlh, Jiiillrlnl, \ .
und I 000.( or mil nt upon nhom prtx'o own t.P. In 1..o..1 county. Si alt- of t'II.I.I., of ( '.11 .r Klorliln.rmmty !

was conscious .ignin/: of his Urv had madu it and Mr*. W. H. Jones] ot'Nev r\cd. mid, It m"i'i"'an .,,? thiti prttriit can't known ",", ,..| n. follow : of ....... on h,,for,, th.*
Tarpon 'inh"-Flul'I"1 1'ow- 'Phi-, ., of Mh liny of | A. II. U2K tli. man..'
l me to him I > Iw sail nit N.rlh.L
onesfuo t1' r. N..I" ln".r
| beauty also of subtle"occut tel Smyrna were here Lint *.r"ee ll."n ,'I.I.n 1,1mhz ruin ihiv nt th. Cmirt il. of
a "
1 AI.oI.
i er Co., plans expenditure of $D- (111.d I the foil, .. mrporai. cUctofflcrni niinrtir R..fnn 'I'hl.t1&1) I ,
] ningiH.tism' that were ( week of 1 (. r\\t\ > ). '. FmhtO Kind, County. an.wrr n Hill of Contptaint
account illness
'llmm'inl (
held, me 000,000) () ) for new plant! and e\ten. on 11I ." or appoint ."rnt nnd owinjt to I. 'I
almost 111alll>: t my will. door of sympathy of his mother Mrs. M. K.Jones. (11. r.II' of .nid, i Corporation, haw < < I. Nliu' > )111') Ton ((10)) FUnen ( I ID.Twrhf I f.lid ...In.1 you In paid C..t I l.v thf
i sion of IrIUli.llol I lines, from ) I Stnto of I loridii, nfficor, ir I 11 I 2). Thirteen and, Fourteen, nhc ""t..1 tiinilafiiNtttjt| wl..ln thryaii'k

"I think I'" better not" he fin- ing, t that had (' ) | this city to noithern (Jeorgin lino.l Her friends hope to seeher \lh .,11.. wln.m prornKn ran.. bo nerved.iind I ill., 1in* and In,Imr UI I h.. 8ouihin" l lipimtt I, to \. .Ir iitiiftr.tIt.' to! In thi Ihi Innd m 0"-hi'riwiitntwi. ,
closed ,
of HnulhenM 8i-ct .
nally c-onclmled and! there sharply Inglis1"loritiit 1'ower ('oinpimi'pizt.chiises out 1J'lil soon. thnt Ihero l I. no pornon In in* Stato VI r itunilpr.' on 11.l i* t"..0..1..1 I.". of nnl.1 Hi II will hiInkrn -
were Jin' unit known ltVrIyp
ly aloof l .'f tho *ir\ln< of a KU|'|.... II.nn 1.'ly.Nln' ( MM .
unsounded depths}) of sadness V Mrs. Lester Kite Mr C. A. 11..hl. nml il t lo 'I'! n of Hlurke.' : Aliio a pnrt a runriwii'il' I you.
in his JI'IL'I.t) site on banks of *. .h"" ...hi l 1.1 l .nhl l foipiinttioii : .I.II.n It f*> furthrr oril., thnt thIs onlrr h.'
? Don't
voice. "W.I it Ii\er! .T .hn3 and son, aol Miss LucilleMoore Kino HpiMnrfnic, from the worn bil ofroinplnint : i"i>I V acna of, Imiil I rlnIVileilIC at' l uhllnhnil, ,* rant.w..k fur fnur ((41'
owe mo an \ thla'II' for ('redlul I In the ahovo' '."or. tint th. roHl-) the Northi'iiHt, ) ,'.rI.r .f tiuid fururlyantn.b iiti\i>.n., 'k. In tho nhv naaiodt

"Pleate] ," I coerced], "1If' a mattor ed. tSO.OtM( ) kilowatt I electric plant. were visitors to Stunt.VeIflCstIttV ( .I'nc. of the .1. ft'ndiintn I tlicn'In mitm-d. | I,, '1 W Mwetit nnd run Fast I to nInio miiMi t i frtulmilii "In.I thit nt t'oiinkv Trlourniih. -
I thu I"nnil nnd I lnimt,.tntlunTornrnnv 1 .its ilI 101 Strtioim Tweiitv-Fi, anb'l'WtPIIV.NIflOV ) ,1..0
.if \ afternoon.Mrs. : .
) .il. a lii pn.pericty I
think .
you Jal'kson'I.Iutlll county) a mntorntlon., Jnmm T Situt-" thence run Smith' on Section, ..
because and
Yes In iil Hint *
should( at 1 leittt attempt to /giveconio : ) \otel $1.70.001 I ,) ) ) ru..1 1".1 issue. Ilella Tlmnmn hail a* IWI'IWMt ... ant John Mrltan. as TrunU't for Florida I lino. 2.*" \nnln t th b.>, -" Went tn Snuthrnitlcorner ', | WII'.>4.s i'a tn*., hnml County nnd the ...1*l of Ih. T.Iml t V
band .
I suppose Itnilnmd t'ompnny, a corporation.\ nf land fruVrlt ow by 1 W .. l I.t day .'f Mnrrh. A l>
explanation of for j Sunday, ?.Ir. and : ((5uy ]I.. .0 t i .11.
your un. right. I will give Alllkhic'oll-I'lnn" paving :11'' tills A. Hull.. Ircno M, Hull hit wtft.. .1! 'nt. thint'eNoith, to start "" point contfntiinir II. w. At.IiFttM: 'N, .

conventional behavior In th. 'Imx." Thu ,) I str..tl, ( nl dKciisscd.IVusacolu 1 i (Christopher tind I haliy. 11"1'la.! nndMr. \ ...I hl.n..1 M 1 .Ionian 1'iinny ,1on<. bin tour ( t) arre tuonor !..... In Clrrk of the I-h.I ,.. fourt. ''a:,.

I tried( to be severe but failed, nid-haniial -.1 mile biitigs'over ami, Mrs. C. ? anilJean \\\fv\ f t; inr\uir: > '0 i'asl.r t in rhnrtM'nnd Sictlon TMent\\ine, t,20'l V all of t I" nltovf.belntr II, O. A, KItlr.
& ut : 1. ldi".h'I' M. "KChurcli In Townnhlp, Six (In.., lUniteTumtvtwo VN.u
Victrol.i tht 1. of I thu Atm-rlciin 1"1 l I "' ,
puncuatcd : I.r
Icrl.v on account of the exhuheiunt ( E"'ul11bil 11\1. will be 11. Rossinll. of .JncKsonvilU'and and, O Primprirh IndUldinillydi (22)!) Fast .8.\1, 'KI FKHUn A lllll" >VNolli'ilnm ', l'l.rl. 'I rir

]humor" of the festive liinht. thlu!ht. pleted by July 1st. J. fi. Wynn of (fJiiiiiesvilK. .I bin.tint* I' t> l-'i," Itt till Pn HPpeiir to thn \bill, of complaint flltd) Coniilalnnnla.I'unilin | .
"There "After the .. I I ,lain nml, Mrw Irf>,ulnn Hillcry, ... un- In unld enURO, nn or hi>for,. tin. Flfth iln* Vl {"I"rll.,
are two reasons% why I Daytonn H'IL'h-w Y. 'i!L C. Friends, of Mr. nnd Mrs. i I.< flOV Ii. nnd I tnt .t Huro in n pcrvon In tho .f \.1| A. I P 111211.' oihorwlnn (11, albiritlotm -P

cannot tell .\U") He pressed' t1l(! little dinner' lit I II I IV .\. building to be ereited on sec Kite i will I I leu-ret to I Il'St.I I Stale' of Horlila, I thn n.r\lr i <' of o"h.n., tin* Hit 1.1 1.1 uill I..". '" aa cott.fiNKed STV.TP OP FLORIDAtiii'Nn .
point. 1'lrl thlt upon, %% hfrn wn.I,1, hind .nII l H I.fntqits.nnl l : against you. OK nuM l"tH!O.I .
"With :
Tierce ? 01,1 111e.1"'Kur lire confined, to I r h"II', with thnt, It In hr1U\i, I tin" Complninnn'thnt It IH further I ordered, I thnt thU notice l>opithlirdiotl I IIKItKIIY ('I lit il l'Y tint She for.irolim

j\Vhat are they ? I insisted.) |j I "No with Mr. 'II -City plans; to 1.ninth the "(Iii" and hope Insec I 111' nald nansI l i-fi-nilni| t whiwo MM!.i.I..n. ? ...... u.%k for four, rnntieciitlvt, In a. Irim and' trrcrt, rov| if Ills ,. ..

"Ix'inovne. I JhOO.OtlO( mumps.Ve nnd\ aura nrr unknown. to ..m.I.ln., wi-ekn. in tho Hmdfurd, (.unty Telournpha ...,h', of |.uhlli.tliiti. $ nindit in HMU| ..u."
and Curtiss, he announced Wight. I-emoyno l! PlvilJ program. ( I them out 11111..I soon.I'm. nnl.n...' 1.1..1, ) ii 'tin. | Imolvrilin weekly neWMpiiper' ,of ir.nornl clrculnf I I.., (Ii.. i In t mv c.fflriSI'VKhK .

and mc again his eye"vero in later,. I cxpl.t ,' f."iMMMI( ) ( () ) l"I'ill i I IPI'I'11 Middleton, and Hiirirs of I il. ."I. and that. ",, 1'.I..r.,.' dm* nut ,..11.1.0 In St,. ... Mrndfortl ..nl"I1.... ;. I ll.t>UII> \, tlntvh Int. A. I1'iJd. >

\ grave. planned. for this city. know n.,1, not, barn .1,1.I to nucvrtnln IdnWITNKfm .
".\ad then ? Starke. professional visitorshere whi-thcr 1. until known dufvndiinU. are : II,. ""n"nll. .ludire of tliffI'lytilh O W Air>|-RM\N
AVhnt did he mean ? Why should West In1] lieneb-New armory W"J ,di,nd, nl\i! 1 1 .lu.lir.nl ,. V and tho official Clerk of I Hi* ('.nut, Court..tKVI .

he place Lentnyne and, hus- Hecause of his may; I" I last| week.Komie .thi.rtf.ro.o, !I. ordered that th* aaldkttoun dent of thi,Clerk .of thla, court a* 1 II, C. A KMIOIir.; ,

hand in tho my t tude I not Tarpon 10nstru.t..1 I Ito Johns, of Jacksonville i and, I dt"r'n..t.I Mho) nro hirttofon. nnmed well I. bin .1.lnll., lliia, thu 3rd, d.v of I :i ,:,,1.1 I 1"1"| ..ity llirk.OIIIK .

same <'lt sVas he coul pI'ilJ -. nt ( Key Mr. Johns of New Uivrr. visitors In ., if llvlnir. nnd, If ihwd., nil'1 Mnrch. A. T1V 1"20) -- --- ------- -

bound to the young singer byI which ( now, I be developed at cost of $2.:0-) I WlI. pnrlua' clnlmfnir lnt<'tit>t. In,"', the Raid 0, W. Al PFItMVN.Clerk \ : oi' ""I'IIIATI" VOlt TAXlifFIl V

I bonds, as strong. as matrimony ? i I II would undoubtedly 000.) here Sti nluiy. known n ltd I nanud1 fnndntttM' nfortiinld.ihrfiiHid (.1..1 ('.".1. Mrn-l- f' I'11 KKI'TIOV .7S Of1IIK

"Well, couldn't 'O. r"< n .L. -- or otliiTwint, .. nnd lint all prmonnthomHo I i.li \I Vt ."., ".'.Ii'. Morlilu.A t.tIH': rATl1
It %vas a complicated, situation i.nixe v V iv.v- loiwit'co J.wtntnL'Illnt. :OTiF-- <*\fl>r thnt bale \In* or arc \tnti'rott'dIn CREWSSolicitor Ifl .i

I and temperamental, omplo.ving] from I t I ho pntpprty lnold 1 In thli milt d<>.
suddenly I was I 12.1 to ISO for tmlnI"ant :IVS.St.4V 8IfK
SW'pt by ,
a i In tho of, Flvhlh.ludiclnl in nnt'r I. itKvn Ihnt If n M inn -
I home ? 11"lt Court rinrldn 0' lh.1! nit follow lyIng and init. 1.e. .
catacljsm of rpvuNion you "r", t to \be lorated, here. IIIIOVY cif VI Cert ihIatos
und doubt II 1" In And I ur Krndfi.r'lCnuntv. Itiadford, (',,iini 5. rloriilii. tt.-wtt : f"h.
I hated myself for been 11..n." b(. fair Pall1ttu-I'III" for widening. V In Chnnoory. Th. Non h,>n.t nun, n.r of Soul hyAtt l lutinit.r I "' )' ) MM KNotlco : ,,". .1.-. .n.|...1..1' tt ..,, 2'.., l..iird, bytho .
flirtatious ha\'ing I ry absolutely I Lemon Lutn Vnrn and Tidi'ii. "'ftrn. h.. nunbanil "l, nf Htftlon ::r.. 'loutiKhip' n. South.Knn ,' nI: fi< i .1...'. of ''t..o",1 (, V.IVluriiu
and. for encouraged Avenue being, ') I I I .' July4lh.
1,1' .II'.R"
hlvin (I"SI''I't..1 \ .. 22 KiiMt.: 40 amIss mnrttt
with this and no I Work Niritoli. c.ntnl"I, In hi.rt-bj u l\nn t hut under .nnd' bv u! I h.v. .1 anld rtlfli'ati.4
Harrington I'icrco. I Tampa- on new W. F. A. A. Purdin nnd C. K.Ilnrpor. >r iran bo and, iVy nrf rHinrcdto 1\21 .
b'luI .1.my.r illounttreil I In, has
vIe to* of I"hi*I c 'r'nl.' part "* nml innd* niiiillcatlo.tfor
felt] impelled]\ left. I hltt to municipal I airport.i tit appt, ar 10 tim. h II of complnliil" filed, ,, tinlflrl'uuII | .r., ,.
to leave the smokeloudcd < in 'h. ('h.11 Court fur I lux I t lo |lye" > In nrconlnnf will'
nppnnrlnir l I.v sworn litll nf onmptnint, I In nid' I> ">. nn or (In, fort M"n.l.v., ttur > ,1.1
the ) l.w.
< riionis( nnd get back to the I party 11t ," ., ( ] .\ 1111'hl'ollE"h'ls 'r altera) tint W. F, Nlckohi. one of Ih. ,difnilnnt. th. dny 81.of April, A. H 1120.) rwiutlui t i iI ihiy i .,r V .b lorhln.5ii8CYV I.A, 1> .f,5y.y liu'H. In on an no 2111),1. hn d ri>rtlfhnli,. rrnit.rtl\' pmhrnciv thi

I fport. t made In ihn .int., ,I. a nnn..I..nl of tho Stioloof t nlhtrntlona, of anti' bill bu IntrO I ,, ,
whol11 environment of Curtis' /Olt i"I" 1''JuLil being' to w.1 for 1.101.' I therein pendinir whom inI'himiHM r"I..ln" 1.,1. l'r.o.' rutinly., Flnr-
protetting love. j ". Rod, Sallio! (iiliMin hotel.Florida Klorliln nn.l. -.Ih.. .' Bod:I 1.A"I I IIH confNm ,d, I V I I) I Ihindtey 'IH Coinpliiinnnt, ..,1 u HHiil nl .I Ihl. .. of III I '...u.nc".r V
J nuo. Mint ) ,) It la nrdonil that thla ned. r baitiildlihtHl '
"that's the l'hlnI..I"hl. I.'nn.vh'nnl. tur'he Serena l >nl. widow.' 1.1.,1.. a tlrii .rtlfirnti'a In tli. nnin,'. rrapurl.i.l I
llIPPI'U'nlst i I hnnlli1* I 1,1. .tllt highway department lust thorn pcrnnn '* nfFlorldn. i on Co ...k for four conm'ciitlvowifkN uidnw, Ft .nl', "I.nkI and C H, I'lunkolt. I h' In rHnnfl set forth to
set tho tut.fro nf n .uhtmopn. In tho (',,tlitv' 'Iclrtirnnh ,,, , WiIttiin 1.1.,1..1,
fe-ted I I itM-lf I I Iremuni your 'I10,1/: will hnvo $1 ; ) <)i> available upon 1..Mo.1 buVr I" (VJ ntlelon." nnd |- wll '
upun my' face for he .' You .HII.lll whom would, binil) I ii.. ..1. di'fonilnnt. and I m-MHpniM'r publ.h. In H rail ford CUUllY.I: I f V nth i"ion I hi r h..ln"l.. N.II., Wilkin fi ,illflinti. p'" 'wt ,VbiiI'flCl'5 R 11 I 1

tin, lonvematiun in itplcndinu sport. dOI't ; I in I 1111:1: ;, for construction and Ihnl Iho iinld' d. f.-ii.lnnt. oior the nil. I llnrldn.Ordi' ..,. nnd I I 1',1'r Wlk"" I., r liunhiind.lloMini ,. Am. of ",,, .ma, iiunrlfr of Nurthrnitnuinl.r

\ ,.. i i"Sn anything about ] maintenance, of highways.Winter of "lw.inty.nno ,... ml thin thu, ' "I' I ohip. You think IT I IS. TIIFNF.PORR OtUlFREn lint I I i 11)211.) i nnd, 1"1".1. ItHch stout John 1.1, herIniMhiind 2 ,I1ut: I II I nrriN. iMHiHmil Ar.lfll I T.a.iuie'l.V.rtiCimAI ,
I II.IM; iiffended, you and I I1bL'n.V.CIt5 population tho .nld rli.fondnnt. W P. NIChOlS, .1... nnpinr A I A UK IN** a I"Iln.t.. and, by .1.1" nf ( No. IllS pmhrnoi, Cn.unsm..

I .i iii .li.I, I I apidcgetic. ," he snitl, I I tails and 8moklnA tripled] during' past t I to the hill of complnliil" I., I lhi. rntmont Jud.. V ,tin I order <>f t. Hld' Court I the e'n .. I Itiu,u nl Niirlhi'ttHt. Corn. r nf Houthwpnt) '1",.'I'*
: stnrko. Flnrldn. on tho) dny of n M ..loirss.Sollr on tho lib dny of brtinrv.. I''n. tlu. tin i.r ".f r Niirthi'nHt, iiutirti.r nii.l run VVi.tH
"' 0 1 / 'I en-tire me too stern- .tn 'IIA up ni months ; hunk resources. hlr'IJ.t.,1 I Vprll. A, n |in.) in roqulri'd 12,1 Inw fbi, 'tor for ComplnlnnntMiTICK 'd.rniunod' AM f'oniniiMtiiiiiti, will, i offt, r fur. I VI I rhnliiN., Houth I 1.:! I 12 rhnltm Kn.t, itI '

F]\ I I" V I It i not my fault. sekinj thn 257! per' I hut I Ihi. ., .. ho puhtlnhed four. connooutKo V .h nnd., .,'1 I In- hluhiHt t, hiddi\ for cpa!, I t rhn, UN (forth' t IS t 2 t'hnlnii, In lii'iflnnlnir :
0"- can'' men, "l'nt wooka In I tho County Toloi"ii"h ,,, front Ihi,. Hoiilh, I iliH.r, of I the t'oinlhottHt Hii'llun" I HI I TI' fl. Month,, iCon C-'
A."Morl .
"II.' 1.11'' I II Inure i the rainbow "II'a I hlul'-i j t Y .UI/.1 name to n nownpapor' nt) Stnrko. In Ht.iirke. l-'loridn. .lui,.inir, I he li,,nlh i.'".t, M 4 urn" niiHiN.nl, "'"..h' Mnl'niihliin

II I II cI-, through fragrant it's not. The wives 1'1"1; I Florldn.C.IMH I,, rircull Court 1. ftluhlh' ), .1 fndirlal, Circuit I,.",. of Kiite on Mtitidny' 'Ihr, (lit i.. sissy ohpVlt hut. ,.. .ah) ....ll..." iihall I hi> riilo 4ti' -t!tats

I sports' I ho un.. Florida has II\.n., titnlor mv hnn.t and soul this 10th | ,'.,J".l Countv Florldn, I In t'lmnci, \" Ili'tl" .thoHi. cirtnni.I,,,, hui,In in llrntlr. .',1 nri'or'tlnir I In tnt ,ih.d hum.III. .,
Idli- 1.11"t be thrilled at the 11't twice. as much sei; 1 .i
V' dny of Mnrrh. .i WnttemnnComplnlnnnt, r.l Coiinlv, l Florldn. l I..wl : S ..." un, LI". ',11 ilny of A. D
f f I. V vi" ,It-til" of Spring ? have a good t tll :, as any other, state in the 11R.O.. W. ALnRRMtNCli'rk V Tho, N'orthwfHt. 'iiI, .r i thn Smithw,. .lpiinlir I I'' 'il, v V
do but, ,. (, t xci-pt I Irt arn M .r t the \Vi, .t mdc W'ltnmn, my nffli'lnl Nli/nniurn ntut,I seal
C'., I ii. held rc pon"lll. for you Presbyterian'I UnIn. nntilf.ir! Circuit Coutilv, Court Tli.r In, K'lwanl! v. fliebVrlinV, i-l nl ,'.. 'tinSoiithwnwt, '( quarter ,.r I the South"i ., Hi.. II.... '''i.l,. .Iny i.f Mnrih. A l I. III.itb.I ). .

1.. 0-1', that comes with I and cl ar.tes and Tampa-Construction, t of $1.] VI I (f"! ) Uy C. A KNIOIITR Pi>fimlHiit, quarter, North of 'II.IIIICIIV eir pt 'two (1 I W. Ai.ll.RIVhI.

th, 'I. : the O\'ltur of () ) ) \ V Ord.-r of I'lihtirntlini., t., I Known .111) I HP h,1 aor t I Ath Dlll""y '
I "I "lluehh'I'( -* w nir I OoO.nll huidlnut Tampa, O 1..11 min iftmiinwn ..,.n"",1.1.. u oust t't I nil I In ." 2$. 'rnw""h'l'' ii. S.xMlt. "f t'nuuly.: flnrl.lnI1KAI.I '
suitors that float .
a erV.I. |1',11. ),i of Kunn.v' sk.v' 11'1 'i (I helin soon..There I L nA'TJI! (hut.' HtlD.I Itcmiivt, ( loud ,i. I ,I."n UI. nnd .n"t..lnl 4t t> iirnn ..or I Hy I A. KNUillT.

Fit ,"I'? I t"'t', t! (thiuiigh' a nymph..niiiementarily : g.'III sports' are ( are 2:0fri.t) '" of crops Allornoy.' IT AI'/I'\UN< rr" the alhitalluti. of i .-. N. I. WAIN\vIclr.i1r' V -:".r.f..1.2 I'"'""u', C'lurk.MiTlfK .
) ,
In thw ahavvUIUHI
their husbands.
of I "IdIdd- VInst V ,.t'd I in Fh Iln.n "o"lbi" J. M. A I,V A HE/
,.. of
i > 'ftTIVE. *. that I tho I alt"> nHfdiiK-r or ,placu I :

I 1. ," 11'j_ and I by onstructicely Ch'nrwlt'r-F'bruary buil.H.ig. In Iii. Circuit' Court. of lh. Plirhlh Judl-, I hiiKint, KM of tin I ih.rcndnitlH Kdwnrd) N. V C. A. KNK1III'' 10

IO"u' f'"I'"I.' 0 intuition I knewii.ut down, they're totaled. $::1.010.] ( ) :i!: t1"1 Sara II.ul I Hvrrnt.nf |FI".ld. I In, Chnnci ry, I hiH l Dicker,:, uifo.: *'.n Thu and: )Florida Mary 1 l-nnd'nrollm nnd:* niokoraon ItnmlwrHI I,i .IV f,, PIIAX.KK.iillrliur 1'.lml.'un.' In. rlrrull In Chanui-ry.Court, ,,ir..0 Cuiinty, Florlila. .

that I. .1'. to make a deresK I I'l'lllnL clear-eyed Tlmrl-Tampl Gus (., to con r.m".ln.nt' i ivn I linn f'omimny. u corporntloti.,, (iforitv W. I IVirUrU r..r I'fiiiIumlruatut, t.6.ii. 1 I.2. l lain llor*, V vug
-- ---- -
cidentally they're antI nnlo W NlrWI' hit wlfo, Cnrniilnlniint '
f I I" gas over Michigan -
( "It I
l"ot in \ R. C ITolhorKor, ot al. i llu, Klorliln Mutual' I Snutr, Cull. and nrovoortnlion ; Ml lit R \*
'I' ,,' I ,'t''t my-.. I 1"' ( hlllpfnlB8 \'II,. bridge. fi'ndnnt. \- nnd Wiilnnn HiMilor. I V Oliver Hnvitirr. *1 nllit .

.I 'j I, ,t I. ,I t" I lift !: t!i1i'IOfls,! than In St. Petersburg bungalows. Tim|. "Plnlnnnt, Snrn K. SW .C. hnvlnu i iflhd nnd,i 1.I.r If Vi(....1.I"r. 11 TrimiicM,, for The I I 'In tho ('1.,1, C.MIII of ..h.1,111 J I; l> fi ,ndanla.In ,
I Ilen.h'd. arts' of tho i ,hi VC .worn h'll' of cnmnhilnl. In his I Irniwo 1'1. M., mil Simar C,,m> nil, Iruvit, AaNiirtntfon. > itirfiii CI.. .r I iiin. HUH. ,. I' Hull In lnli:; >t Till: ,; and lt>>m.. Clliud.
jug II )",. ,,/ ). ruinlnt -, ( .I'ill i $2C0.noo. (completed" in nnil,' hntintr di'mnndoil thf. OCII"'CV nnd Tn) > .In.I.I. Mul mil! Simar CfltIel.".1 Fur. thu 'aunty: .if llrmlfuril.rtinnrury In. To tin. I, inn, nml, I unknown ilcfr-nilnnli. ,

dir, I"," )t"I 'mil lot- I He was stopped I Ii 11.1111 Park. .'h....."" """I'lliil with tho ln".. Il I N OR. 'flriMi: n.nd Mill ,.inuiany, n ..corporation.. I 'l In ,llu nli..M1.1 j'li., "I '',,.'', to-o-lt : VI'h' TTIn. 5
1 "I'l'aln/ I tii'iial force. : IIRPI.: Ihnt Iho pnrllm, clnlm'uir' I Inti-r' ,-_ (rhtiilt I It Niuloli, and I I.. ..nNlrl>..In him Mlnnli.,. fl nriiwn .lolniil liy lirrliiwlmnil. I liirldii, I 1.,1) nml, liniiiitrinl' .. r.iop5nyul .
I p" I | ."r us O; > ,, Ju -- Lonil, l.rupl'l.ti.. of At t ., I nny. In I I,. 'nmnerty lurohinfipi" u.r.Wm' F Ml. I.I ,F NicWIi ant' i'I (I W ",.w". n.rp., ,mtloit, I If In .."..."". nnil I If nol' .

Ia: h' I i"I',' She )Is free to I I"ft" "lh.t(1 bo .. Coast tl ili.rrlli-d nnmoly: J Mnry, I.. NloKi In ItU wife. .1. K. I Ihldfon.. ]I ("npll".nL.v. ,it.., I I..viil I ,unknown ri-nn ,rnlnilxr'. *. emit

'I. Ynii'll he sorry of i J1.tLt J. Chnrliti, ntehnnl, fnmn.-l ","..1.. ChurI. I IT I Miifr, yr In < M,tun'" V, mo all unknown, I.0". i.r ii,....'. l.niirn I Hi') iliomp.on, n
"V tiling ill return for I" V :S r. MMNK nml Inn-bnnil I I I') VIVId I ,
'11 10\(1 Vp" S *vm.nn. N W nil on-hl"r '', I ii.V ronipluuinnt) nod lint there m tI'rlo .". .iii.iri'| flitS 1..1.,1 1 nmuilII
,dli,' I"" V r i 1.1' ",' I am in IVt'vI' when ho was I I'lportiOOOO Atlantic, .f l.nM".1 I.y, nnl"I..k..1 Aln. I I.mjjnro \. I[." ..n h in StIlt' of I'litrldn., known ni tt 'I I 'JIH c I KINK. SOLOMON 1".in.iii.n| Jnriih Jtilini, ,.. \fiii'y c roths
"t Minted towards h ... I" I II i "n'h.r'd.' HTR. "KM,. 'V Silul| luti, Hnnlll, ' ( ou"t ,' station "" np.l' Mntllo Mo- "ulniI I.lnln.t, thu n< leo of H iihHiL-na| ISV"| i 'rlOMI'80N. n'h. '"O.
,,,1 h i ,,0 I timid, night. I Ii l' to' 1''Klnj'r un i .. on, nlin) known n. Mnltln Mnckrn h- "in M'I|,,, wtiuld' bind., tho, Hiiid dffi" ndunlli.' b' A.\I.IY and wlfa.iilln W I I'rfiurr, nn.l wIt! >. '.111 I I. I IV ,.".. .. Mnti for
wh'i'h was next t'unstrui : I" ? I ,. A "I W 4 nn.l I If ih.,nd, .
It \.t I"'I'b i }i none' too till. h.ll. If IhliiK i nnd I thdr[ ri .pi-rtlt.' ">'r ilthfr of thi-m ant Unit, I tt b.I..1, l ,1. nu 1..j. ho.v.
I 11)111'I I l li.'n.: I the hilr.. ",..1. .1'n'l M..ll nn.l, nir. M. C. MrUIM.. ii. VVuVM. I lunliii sir nnd tn nil he.
>v opened Tarpon .t.' i ire rl"him.1.1. Ii roinplndinnt' Hint th, tiunx n d lufu tntiinu' ; 1
I. ",I., .1 0 II i 'I V in .0"! lint' while ", I In alone I Spring White way. I undir thorn, I th..Tlmrhur.. .Wlu'.in.l' I Coinpuny 'InttTivti'd iv ;; : In: the :i.rupfity: 1 In:: :nKrd; ,In I t lii I. ui, .n.I, If ,1.. ( .. h.IrfuV., :f.nrl.i. hnvlliir or who, lOuSy I'lniiti i t ti, liav.n the
., m .illinR installed tn Inne.Js .. VI l .n, Hriiniii>n ollu r clnlm. "v tii/ht,,, Illli iir Into II)
..Ii" I i m ntiixic ati'lI Jlhh b.hlM ) n rnrporn'li.n.' Iln, trfltaf r,. or in. I milt and' ram"plain tint, further nl4i ,- ... 1..1 or .
.1",0 ord would have ] ntl.m-0. nn.l nil 1. ,i., .,.1"l ,h.V. .nl.I M..th. C."rink ii...I I.. tilt, I. On1,1 I...ill. t"I flit
",dl t I "I I } quietly up !, i iSehring .' olllor t '. .'' romnnnv, I lior >m thnt ho <),,<'a nut know. and by till I. ."nut' tiiinbiiliil, C. ; ful.wln/ 11
/ 'I lpp'o
n.mi.imli, 1..1. .
uhn .I.I
ct.m-, I -f.d, I '111. wrap! ond i I hi-nrtbreak" in mv \ 'UI. tract land. .". ,V nilvora,. ,.llt.. nr Inlrnul Oily hnto In, ,i.r. olnun MilI nn I I Iprnpirtt i''nit 0 I ascertain tttarch anil whither Inquiry.I any hn of. not.b.I.I: ) ,di-; ,* V I':''rink.; ,b Rul',mnn It '.'I'liiimimon., I I I.t"i nf ninok I. .n."t llu N.,11, ID lV |I.
"Ic first crioiis, c .' uri, .1 IV ttlVuuhu. A llnllv I i 1 iuVt l lluiinf I lot 4 pos
i I U
I '(iiur' from center of h.ihr) th.dr n xropl | rf tli
to bo.loped ft nilanln. whom rmidnicu uf : .
then. j ju-l t in I iiii'iiispicuously I : city I or not n'.d. inoh of ntimon I. known Stilt o'plai'* S uriilli.Tli., .. A. nml I| Smith, mill*. ""d I nil tf t 1.1 I I II I ,.f lll.k Ii i In
'meIt' was an (' '\'(. in subdivision., thorn I I.uHlnriia I I. aMeuet n. "I'''." n. (I. ii. ( Inl..v.. I I l..i, ,, It. 'i .
."' (iut the hi'iisc. into the J to.' h' .hv ronulri'il, Mclilll I iin.l I wirv n.,1 In. 'IH. I..t' i.f
'' lo live In esistone" nml It IB Hi-, ; ::: 'nOJ 11..k
"I npponr" Ihi. n 1 or .1iM llli.rk b.'pea..
(Continued next ) Ormond Permit for t I. n.l. .1 I liriimiil i iir itlKrHiNi', I h, imii>' | v'r. I,.ir K, ;. 8 ISf lll. -k in"
<'hi. autumn brnut.v y' .f I the night j I granted hil April..r, "m''lnliil.\'. n on l.M..y I Iho Mh I, dnv i u' d, In tlitt .w..n bill uf complaint' that In > I lv Nlttiftla,, In 1.I..d, County.Vtrpifl .1 In 'I.Ivlnviili.ii.' 'f."hl. nml 1 ro.n.ny'1.1' ., V V
112. nnd. tinlosi rnrh of h i< l I. vf ,
r.n. j jortMfrutlnnN V" b lo
V 'I 1 he (; Storm. ,. trU.tinnpw ncro-is) to riorlilnn ,
/th"rlnJ C C S C S CRUS'WIY von npponr on sail'. Hav. .Iho nnmo I"U, c, Inl..d I I thu d..II,1 Inlow. 11. Ir H'n.k. the
I. 'h.
propv I" IIu'i t I t sully V
I lali fax ror appinni ut ri'Oonl" In |P.I
river north dny.
of .
I' here.Winter n nWiw "Il .
I hiiili, il i ; i "ill. iAs pro confotmo h.. nThi. rly Involved thIs unit, whimc *', .
V u pnmii ;', .," ,u.ln.t wil nnmo. IIK tl, fif TrtHfii/nlnr' 'l.ifc Onir 'IU. lim.k Vi I'. I.BH. 'I i-. of H In., puhiie'. raurdi ass-
1.0JII\ Haven Approximately V .. you sad 110 Iiri- C,, .,.I.no. or plitcv of buKine In unknown f V r llrn.iri.nl.
i K the custom wit h most tu- C )ITtIUl l t-tsl, oxplrt. .u.. ,. (1. town uf Iiitwtiiy.' .n.orh." founly. 1"I.rll".
Vl I ttunplnicant.' anil I I In mild 1 rHl f IH .
i klhI I'iiriK, the top i.f thu small, square feet sidewalks: will rminpriy. hpr..ln ..frpn.l in nn.1 I I", I, ny.d ava'imt' .," k".w", .bi unknown (. nmri nr pint Ih.r..r, nil (h, nftmvPlimrn YIP o 1..1" ,
C. S S S S S I i laid in Silver Shores.. SVtsVotl ''n this auli 'loyally l cur had been lowered and,) I weli tiriIip4 as th. pernnr rosa corporan I... rdrk nt tin-I, Circuit C'"r ofIrniirnnl 1 .1 I lo bo "nt Dfiprnr brfun. t Ill", ..fiiiluof fuir
Indian j:. I I.n.i II I Cuiinly.., Plorliln.' 'Ih,' (', ,. .of' Bill. .Imliolnl, ,,
I k Parking "I '
lIlt I I the )liiii/e whiili} wits 1"HI SiinfordXew t I.kII"inl KOI of ihp Vo 01 I."r 11.
O'.iirt.T. of Q".t. 'lh* > 1'1FIFIOIF It I. r..r.-l|. that all pert loi.U "f"; on ,IIHKI tl, nnil I ircult i.f 'I.rhl. ". for I ltriFur.l ,, kelint'
a nil lt'L"hill. as it w V hipped I ( my j I n'( ..\erector! hero.riaytona I 11 conditioned.II !" IIVO 22 S..I"n 4. Towli "? 7 SouthFlortta 0'. ". ",,.nl.n., nnrmd In I hi. .4 i.utli'.rty, nliinv, tho Wont fMluci, .UI.I I '''I '. on Mnnilny thi, Ktflh, lay orIo .

)hint V fuce. Bench-- V ._ VI -- F..t. 'In n'">'"t Iou,'y. f ".tici ,if 'litinic or In .n.> <., .r if id nd.r ,I. "mil. 'it,.. .., t1.h 11.1. ,n.l ri'.I mil A Ti i 112R. at I I.." Court hou.o In tlu
.1' .
11"my I I fl. Kniun.. inoiinneiil iittornev n.l U I. "I not I In i Ylittanct (linn), I hi, IV h< r, I their orIK i t\ly. Ifnni. .. |. thiNorthwr.it T', .."i> .r Ni uu rh... I h.rliln. to .

I w. .1 l L lermnu'il" i to 1.1 Clrt.* fCM mving. )' (. I ,< Pint ; ,. ) the week- nli.r !lw. i'iii'llhsi, r..lh.l onpo ORPRRKn| ihnt, ,thin,',, Vi unknown. IK "I. I 0..0. n w..k fP 'u' I 1 1 "' orn* il nnd all I I, rlv Ii ,
tin- North 'Iho) .
von in uL. ,
-I'nt 0. i
'i" i h' 1)1), it had Tnmpn-Plans WI'Obl 1 .-.1. Wi" "I.n. i ,1 I court by
1 : In HIP t
I i 111 here, with his fU'II"' r""v.. ', I nrailfopil Co"n' I ''.t-noiiB, flrm anti) ,"" ,,," ,onn., liavfntr orlaimlnK V .!I". ,if cut .i| .l.r'', ". Hi.. Mt "no rom.ilnlniint' linn, Hornto" r,.IIL.VO cli.I. > JV

incrimilalnJ the young. musician ; f'innmiing eon. '! l l R'.k.'r"I'.n.h.' iIo..It..I.a 'n.,..".. .pnicr_.... c.V fO'_'ll.h.1 n'' .1 any Interest, In nml HIINU eerT L'1io.iinni| (1. hlup.t coil nil, Rlxty ,nn,',! utilut (Ill Ih* abov d.ierlb. I
bou the nlnnicn I In wlin--, nijr .o"on, ttiin' ptire$ nr li'ta of land, Ivinir I iinil, b"intrfn I IHfilll I I fi.t ,. Wi.l linn "r. IniylN.' .V'ri Vsgin4
\ posed
\ iontiul I I 1,1 ,.IU"II municipal hnml'! wh..r., I lAVO hrr...nln sot, I Prndfort. ) County, Slate. nf F lorti.,. ll'y., .." \mlilwHV bHwi'fnrrovi :..: Tlrailfi.nl. County
mv Tfloitriph.
."lf.a.I suf.na (flenrw-fitoj-- I, niri-.i IhiI' | ,,r 1, r tVI ir. : .
"I' 11 [ .I .1. known and dtierlbrl. OA follow > iinil PIne Htrei'ta : th.nr .. w.,'iI,iy ileWulllO r i ,
\V I t i for not taken to I in I"I'', %'"i.?' Ar..f.', I."n'v.,, Fi.. ." All t ti.at iuirtln of Nurthw-t, fpiartfr. nf'r Norlhrrly, .I.n" Ii ho vs. nt cilui. of .. "'..1.11.1. III.IM hrn-tow.Slarki.
tu".1 ti" hl\'ln/ htllR GuessVhats .r .hr.'v A 1. |l-4 "t'h".t' '|1".L.'r, ly i HU, A"'h of (iuor- inlil'' .1. y RlKht .. und 8I>. I. I..M.. 'In.Iln.
] l.n.I. ,
retuiii., V 1 l. I."un immediately? ct .ltsi1! : .. "; AI 'PRM N. "In l Hout hrn and Florhla, ,' Hailrnnd ; ly I ...., ,". ". ,..Illl' Iln. of ''I ,di.notlco.I"na' a bu thus ", .'.r 'In wnli' g.T

I' tin. > | lint I \\oulil. nf.j Lm'.shurir-City to' ,: Envelope .. ('ii.ih r'',,, Cn"r. in 11. Norh half .I the 1""lhw.t'It.r V until Trlnni/ulnr,, I Lot Ona ( I ) : .h.1. publ.h.d fur four I. 01'11. "i-n.lfor.1, ,
Fin ., lliiric' Kn lirlv ntontf Iii, South
( r !)
I PC. quart* r a : WITNf'HS.: ,
MAY 1. : Hnnnrnbl.! '
A. .
I I I Il ionfiilent : :: f. A
plain i V I I"I ( tnlholt.1 esiaCst lleltnr for ,.n Twmty-KUiht' i2Mi. T-.wn-.hip. H .nfltiuth f llni* ii f Nttiil I l.u.t Onv tit I lini Thoii. kin. ansI A V. I. ,
Jmlvm, .
samat Comi.l.lnaut .nir. ski f.:
V V ) 2-l''. uusunul) dm ffiin ln.l
wmi'd, t.4.3 Itaniiv. ( < nnil Hl lty
I'M'i \tlini'I !' h. 'i/ht.j| Twmiy wo (jj> Roat.' VV \II.' Cli-rli
ni ,( rman. and ll, mImI
1 I I ,.l i,, nf of thl
iii't iKiulnnlniiii .
Curti-- w.i- -i1 line. I ,' j permits amountnl I ( I --\\.n. : R. 1 p <.n..lnl" A3 to acrv th.- h mor II uf or Imt i \I,IHO I'rf: 1 l.nt:: Ono f I j of r. .Irt In thn, rity, of Stark.. Kh.rliU., thl.MU pJ.i's
r"m"rol.t" 11.d : ] duy of Kibiuarv A |j I IO. I- '"I
.1' Klvon nn.l. nn.l h- llu., of fnwlfv ...
''hut hi- d"Mitnm Rimtis; i 11,1 r "
i/.nl .III \" .uriiii. COI V .,. ,f lh.l ft I mid cniiri V on or brffip f t th.Fifth I .of I Ii .dlnl W. Ai.luFIttN
"f I
'i"-1 fnnrlr-m" r lilat .. .
for, in.- v..i- t t" V far the started. nn Fred W. "in..l V I IV and! .n''.,. Its. 5.1| .1. ,,,.f i-nl, A. P Ifi'Jit oLhw. -P the all, icntionaf riinrn. m.nf, rrranl" Ih..or!In, Ih t I,,. i.rrici... sm put ( '.vl ,1..1
VV mnnhill\ I i!! I I" I I >I.- an I Isu.iIl'"t "
l I"ro hv Iho /"A.I. I. wil .r..1 i SBAI.) Jy! Vt
"I..k 'IIIK'!
A tho r'lrenlt of 1"lfHfr
llml.fnrl I
;g"d." I -t, (11',1' in 1:1.:: mcnt house. V .I i- 'riiilup. of ih. Ir"n".I. you. .r. Cnur '" CI. ",.
I 'I""n", ..1 I i'ii.': | ,\r. r.nv Lco'-liusg--Plans \ P I I 'V d.ln j IiV, F1"h'h f"i ...1.1.1"' Cit,' I i In further otilf-rM, that thin notice her ll.ioli rmmty......V 0", i.nitit. 'I 1 :. Aim In 0..1 Inn n f: K'IrfT.Th Sl.rko r'n" .,
0 t! '
I l work Four V
.tn In .o once a for oonatjoutlv .t r tftlnnnt VlU.14111.VhIrl
.1.1,1,1 >mi
,1"a, :u, V \.i o'llt (I'urti -" h.idi. for new $1"0noO' ) raiw, Ih.n.." Oltllnt. in that OtVCVV ", tho Bradford Cnuntv, ) 'r. Irur.tph.It Hnuth half HI Vlu i of th* North'v.nl V

)11'11. '. .Thi-d t'i": thin- Vfl St.11.... iMndlnihotwwn.V th* M>*it "t I ml I I on hulhnl. '" '** ; a fervor ,"." unit TIIF PCi t FliP (itt Pb Islam
nn"I. -
u'ht n"l '- him "ittinn b, '.do !: \\ -" ,, TV I AOl,, ".. '"" *: t. '.. J n 1,1.1..0 In Iln.k. 0..0..1 ..unL, VI.r. 'I ,. Fi:i.t'rtmu. '1Inr.r, I IKI'll: ofthin ISXTKITTlnV iV ntlifOKI)
.I\ nn.1 t IVItl, ,,. hulf V < OlNrY. NTA1B OF
flVCSV ."d| ,, Nunh I of tho
I""J, ,v.in"1 'IIV' lu", ] .1-. new $10,11110( huldlnl. I nn-l, ? ?" \t'rrNsqa| tht Hnnnrahln Judye uf the VitrthvKit rTOftlOA
\ Cminlv qnnrii-r of ll.o
11' : A..ol Dank n mr.VVO F "h'h i Judicial 1 Circuit Court, and .MWI-41
t'o do he Eagle flTV1 '. ." lh. N.irth-nit "|iiinrl..r INK1-I1 of Hue.ll.m .
v'uian 1'-1,1' ftpoolal Mnntrr fly! .( til of thr Clerk of 'tIlt IIK.SOI.VPDt

"h-.I.0, I I .".I"tV \",1'\11.l nl 1"' '1 Bank of Winter '",. I wilt raiin. annolnrod. too .ytVtlItm, ..,1) "II,itt his .. ".. hula the- ..ouo.. i hl 'ru.nvy.u'Iii "hr. Itani'fi'ijti.I Tnwnnhlp Tw. nun (in t,. purrhaM', tTbnt froiwrty It will r.,rt,iulr..eh.! ?' !
nnf. I. nty '
l" *'' 1n. "fh .Inv> "' Mnrch, A. D. l 1928. "11 l.uililiniand,, ,
"Honey dear!" brant'h office here. An ItVM ourin., th > TVV. I2I : In nil fulr ama. with furnitn. .i's
exd.u"1 lonal! l.htl'nlnl
( in. O. W. AfnERMAN anb nrfirnlm i hino ,.
nil, hofriro tho P.luhly' (IHlii n... luau bnn.i. .hall, !! (
i.it'i' iloinir in Apopka N'ew i n..t hnil. .lnr, In Clerk Circuit m. ii lull, of .
I liut& mi ; .1'l' YtIti )' -i V Brailforrt ,, Court. 1..d. Di-fi-mlanto. .Inly I.I Ilijd! ,( tn. r>1, non V
Cnnniv FlnrMa ..," t' 'cf" H.' ford, .1.' ,
late : Why it''i- nliiu> t murni",' ihnnge building to /o .".*".nr,,. ilini-rlhi-il land. .I".t.| in 5. CREWS. County., 1",1. Mull Ti. Clnli-t, Till.rinlnr "I'M". ,I I h* in'vatip." '! C ",".rlnlly.""! B f oi annUm,, '

I waitoppid, ) hv the h.ir-h St Petw-hurif-( I j It t tIOft.fMin ''V ) C"siniy.. PlnrI.,, to I. hl"h.1 ',1 0[ "tur f. r f'.mpl.'n.nt' .1-fi-5t-4-J To Martha of I'ubltriiiliiii. on )luiy I. |"..a7 anil llOOn.lloiunn'llf..nrN .., or
r.p Frlnfc .
.1. tnwit: n.l hii.l.nr.,1. I.'i. it,. frt do nf July
his fa.'.'. I ( 0' ,tin' niw C'.I"k. y of r.fh .ucr. rlin V
I" or .MoIu'
--non Sal'ation lanil mon If. Thomnxonrnnrrrd. ,
1 "nr ts b. iinanil I- >.ir ur i it ami, ,inrl.ullnv.
I V '..t In Ponlhwoal' 11 itSiI< Mli-tihi-n, A. llall..y anti wifr.rrln July I I. I I'm I V %
I 1'1', \oii think it would ''o.Jn nt V V r rnrn.r of fln.k 4 in 'i. Ftutt.Vy. cs'i rim homlN, shall ho rn.itmn. l hon I, an '
ant w
I h.V. .nlinL to u- bnth if I aU 1 plans beln V ila"kJ I .,". 'ho Vi."nrM".. 7- n. ..' Tn rl.,1 Court. Rlvhlh' J"d,1, rl."II, wr., M C Mc":ill, If alive mil If il.thilr .-.,l. I ioNind 1 In ili ncniinaili.ua L W.of yionnnn. a.h!,

ii that ?! he shot baik.'lined fr erection of new V ., ..,'. 'In 'f Town of r..wtl'n'nr' I''n..1 r..nl, Florida Tn 11...." unknown.. hi'lrn. 'lu.viauma. Iiricatai. or,'. KICKI.I Chairma-rut
R urnnl
nut pale mn.l V'ondn 'Inmnn. 'In her own I! B ;
bv the "Uddeil II tel project. 't-I pur.iit an-l/ n.1 Ry 0; M. T'. r Frlnk ,
"Ihh- intlnfaetlon of ..1 drrm, with Inmnn. her htnband Mnr' nil' husband '. l.n. ft, rrotnrv --n't..! .. Zoi
; M-d,I swiftly in his ,hr..cion. Fugle: rlkp-ProJo < a'.I N"d FHnndComplainant. ,rim C. R.il"rnon II Tt.nmiu.on. un I'ntrri.4 lJV1I( R HP IIOM) KlrLllOV "
A anti wif..
1 I IIf KM: 1.h.n n.I. Cnlh.
v.cthettttft h\"t! l/jhwny' h..twf'tn Jnl't rln. A. 11. l-y an') e.: Mrr.lll anil, Py Iho
Mtrr' v iniwir
'In v.ot.,1 i in Ihom l.y th
V MT, ubout that. he \ red.) D J KVIC.fJr"' Ih.n..v I" V. .1." InI.,1, cminyIttl a ."r''n.' wif.In, 'tho M 1. 1.1......1 n. ..urwiM., V. of Fli.n.la. the )llo.r.1 of fuhll,, In.tru* la,,
mine "
term of omle.ir-, ; :'i"lint Dorn-: /.I'n. f"r Complainant S-l.4-t-2 "n. .1Id..n'! .. rlorlila' O..p., sot' hi'ri'lnafti'r. In tlM.eril llr..lfr..1-.1To | CounL,I calla lli.n i.f for llradfnr.1 Cont,. Florl.la. hrr.l.
an ulrKinn
I IV Iou Lake V _ Ord.r of '' V all nrrnnnii or .'..mln" to b* h.ld at t'
V "there are a few thinu", .lruling at NOTIf'E T ANfl ( KFIllTOKS' and dvMrlbcd
HrtoW-Lo. In lJ fenttnt ta Quiet I.nd. Marrh StiV l 1025. tn ditormln whet)..,
to explain if it i-n t II N.I.4 I. horrhy vlvon' 'ha.1 imliton. ,.. LI.. II" to-wit : not ih* rimokor Fp.l, Ta. Rohool DiIrlet o--
col. -flH10( temple.T,1paMiV. .'- di.lnbut.nd hav- ft -artnir from th. alr B-iiln at the Soiitha corner of shall
> !
too much. Sarcasm $ Coolidge loiow and \.. ar atlnn* of the bond for th acm of 1211.000
,,. .
meflt 'nI 51.1 "'n.t th. o tat of J 0 worn hill nf complaint In th. atov. mans. 1'.n.' ,' I. IM On. I 1 li of th fur Ih I purn... of rrorllnv a aahool bo.|.' r
n voice. "In the first plai- ; don Mills K.A. Shea the bearer .d. 'Into t of i.awtor. '
.,h.r.. .oM of Bradford County. that Ih.. r r.l4rw.' or plac. of btnlnma' ai.or.'nl to Inir ptirchaNln* property for aaai anuiptilnir > 4-
',,141 tho idea of coming home establish military thl chief executive's salary duly' horrby. ..ulr t peasant thrir .,.," of ..r.n"a. the Florida Railroad, map. or plat of -.' tamiuprara .- buildlna- with fornllur*. F." irt *n- '
$ .nl..I t th. county juilir. of a Jtw N. rveoH In th. .- holding saul rlortlon B M UaMn. O Vf
ofKh' Pnnnota- has been personally Iom"ay. Jon. fir., fertIle
n 1 Paris tax this time delivering Bradford Coun. I..d.. within on. yrar J.n.oor.to.. .. of th. .l.rk of the Clrrmt, Na,,,. M f Malh.ny and A. U Or.

'' Ard what kind of Opera tr.'t improvement, the Whit HOW month bar from th.r.to.d. .. '. no",<:. .I' b. )wid 'In F..I 1., and Martha Evvrly.".,* wr.Tom. Iour. of I> B..lor C(."nt,. Flor. ppolnUd manavvr*. a ar.
.nd all on page I.
Ind.bt.d l loi N anuS L. W. XICKUTKR
V that last two o'clock ? awarded by city) the put t fear. _. V saId r..iiird. DI.k.n Mary .In. and run Su'he'' la* w uad t I
unti VI i A., IUt. to pay tlMr ...0 I>ca.nmn *. TW Florid La1 and . In Haven forthwith. Hun I K B
thf Winter WICCIN9.
third, you've Iromtaratioa v "
place presume p -C.pa, a V torpor at*oa. Pan- tr and .'.1" (ISO) ta \b 3o.natary tMCll< 1


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FRIDAY. MARCH !6, 1>2<.
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l! j rroe and S. C. Crews were In Starke .+
-- --- -- HAMPTON .
I ne day last week. Grove's
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe, Mr.1 He's Worth Half Million
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph Hampton, :March 25.-Mr.: and lMra. 1 and Mrs. J. E. Adkins, and Mr. and
of K. Hartford Cimn ,
Forbes Tasteless
Mrs. R. J. Turner were visitors to
who hints been spending! sometimelit I Lake Butler Saturday 'I His WorhrWOL'LI
Stays at :
St. Augustine, have arrivedhere ]

r Live State NewsTOLD for u visit with :Mr. and! \lrR.: passed 1 licorgc through Rivers here, of !Saturday.A Jacksonville. ..._____.._ __________-__-...' Chill TonicIs
'Jo'J t'. Jould.! I Ij.
few attended the -r
:Mrs W. T. Ilirt and" Hon Marvin surprise party ) \ au be happy i It silo hu : '
I at the home of ;Mrs Johns Sat- '" I
t of Louise, spent Sunday hero with I u. million dollars"Think I J' syy) r9H' Women and Children. etic
urday evening.Mr. / / what Kuch u t", lun' ,
Ada and
Misses I Ii
Mi; ] ,
: J, J. Zeiglcr of Theress.i wouM mcun. Travel book, cute
: Nimmo.Mr. ;
Mary and l Tl-h
was a week-end vhitor here last mobile. servants hunting
und Mrs. F. C. Gould, an ] week. Ing, golf radios, several hoim s. a

I daughter/ :Mi"Helen May, have Mrs. I'hyla Turner has returned jucht or two-utmost umlhlna. .mil 1
returned! to their home here after everything/ you needed to m.il< lit'
to her home in Gainocvilla aftirspending I Ir
I Pu1meUIJTraC ice signs to bu dren's home In A read a. The new Tampa St. Petersburg comfortable.Uut .
visit to ,
u two weeks here with'
:placed at intersections throughout I I building will be two stories high and, other points In the south home folks. would you bo hap|>yT
the business district will bo install of concrete, cream faced blocks and _
Mr. oml Mrs. A. A. butch, andson I Carl Larsen has a half million Anl X41
td here under orders of the city will cost $9,400. } Mr.1'uteh's Mrs. W. E. Yarborough and son, J.1rll-and he Isn't happy! lie tads _
!Icommibsion.Ternandina. I Leslieaccompanied by Johnnie, of Raiford, were In this ,, that his' life I la "olntl",... The many i erss
father, W. S. FuUh, ull ;;
Fort l'i..r't'-I'lans for the org section Sunday. I I things he thought he would
I.".. -What is believed to ani/ation of u four-county fair association of Lcesburg, spent with Saturday relatives and and! Easter Sunday afternoon at 3 he not MB. fortune he tloctm't wunt

(It le the most uniquo golf course In I were discussed here today friends.Sunday/ hero o'clock there will be a egg hunt at ,I to do now.

), Existence! was opened here. at the weekly luncheon meeting I the home of Miss Lennie Futch. 'I Started on $19
Nevi1ll'I r Mr. and !Mrs. D. L. Tiugg! and lit-
'fjj in a match between S. M. of the local chamber of com Everybody is invited to< come and The alarm cluck which he thought
:prominent manufacturer of Clev. I merce. The four counties which tie eon, D. L. Jr., of Wildwood, bring your friends. I he would throw out of the window
I' eland, Ohio, and I1. K. Mulurkey, of would be ufC.tp.lllre St. Lucic, Indian spent last week here with Mr. I Htlll jars him out of bed ut live 441G5

i'emandinu.: Itiver, Martin and Okcechobee. Hugg'H parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I S u'cluck the morning. e- :
l>ugg.K. Carl' Larsen landed In New "",kIn /
Not Afraid I I I
; Ocala-Ocala and Marion county Martin J. King was summoned tofuneral the winter of IHC'J. lie had II" in 7
\ Miss
: Betty ,
Plant City-
his ,iHXketK-and that went to |pay
'J la to be the future home of one of of his sister Mrs. I. T. .
narrowly es ry I railroad fare for his. flrt t Job-LultdInif Night Coughing
parachute jumper, -
Marion Ohio's, most distinguished i Swilley. Mrs Swilley spent her ., .
d: some stairs up-sUito. I
', citizens, Dr. George T. Harding I raped death in an exhibition hen childhood} days here and will be'r"II1l'mb.r'l1 lie went west. lie worked several 1 Relieved At OnceWhy

father of the Into president, Warren I when the balloon from which sh>o as Ida) J. King The years as a carpenter. Wh'nh..y I

G. Harding.TallahasseeIt. was to jump, fell into n vacant lot, I bereaved ones have many friends I 31hM I reduced his imy from tl to $3 u diy Cm 1.lIr'n suffer continually from a per-
here who sympathize with them in he quit and opened u restaurant sistcnt. w"kellIngIIlht( cough when
was announced to. missing I by> only about 10 feet i II this sad hour. .wI In Sun PrunrlHLO. Culif., with $.110 dead I. no one omit l miler IIu. .I 'oucan get almott instant relief, and
commissioners number of high tension wires. he had saved. He worked nix usually break the cough( completely in
day that the board of Arthur I. Gould, realtor reports' teen und eighteen; hours a 'I I rant Wli it M.nilil i nn
will quit
of state institutions open the following sales in Hampton and had trouble with his wllltel"I"tI'll"rIIlId famous Ilr. King's New Uihcovery
Sum.nf 111. h.ixt I
iU? n
in Poll nit n in
bids Dinah.: C6all"Y liartow-Staple crops nearby territory: 40 acres owned I+ a. closed UI'| He tiMru-il I UK.lln.; with n'1' fur items DM s. .ii1V l I. .n. Here i is the method: You simply take
machinery und, electrical! equipment' county arc facing bright prospectfor hv Hampton Turpentine Co., to t with borrowed money, lit built hlrt uoulilIhi IIV, ttlMIUNitlllti I S.tni.i. ,u. ..I one teaspoonful and) hold it in your
i to install a modern power plant at ill! dt, according to C. 1'. Heuckloiirity Mrs. C. I K. !Scbring' of New York r SrPo own chairs und l tablet and cuuntuis.liaised in II.,,,. ii (I.in I I.". ih, iI i ." throat for 13 or 20 setondt before

the state prison farm at Haifonl. agent The crops of corn Lot 4 in block 5 of Gould! Park division ('hl< ...'"' yrals swallowing soothes it. It li.is and!a .double.. irritation action.It .
watermelons! will II.,.. Pew Ih'I l.tmts, i nut only
tomatoes and It. Iluilc, of East .
to Henry He mule big inum-y. ills ri tnu. but also: rcmnvi the phlegm! and congestion
Winter, Haw'n -A citrus temple probably not be as large as in scone Hartford, Conn., 11 nere farm on 1 rant became faniouH IJIMIIUW: he "II I Cltmt'll this Ii '.1.nn.rll) vwnlilil \ '' : which! are the it' ilcan'a (.fthe icoughing. I
to be located in the city's park her" i but will be good. sized. hi bought. linn wulk', VSIi.n, s..ssI.. ,
I i past years, highway to Hampton Beach! owne.l couldn't get fresh ('!lM" u my As a lesult e\I'n the worst
to better acquaint visitors to this it was Maid. by L. .1. Wynn, to G. A. Fritch, of ranch unit nilMtU, I ihl''lu'MS. Ik ni> fin nils 1.111.'" cough/ usually' di-jppenrs quickly.
t territory with local citrus produces, I Hast: Hartford, Conn. Lot 5 of 1 I 1 bought real. vntute' llu lucuimwealthy .Ml.I tl" II, ,"Mlllll'Ull, ., I,III' ll% Ur. King, New Discovery is for
l I. realtor I "Anjwiv; \\'h> .",, I |1'''' coughs chest colds, bronchitis:
has been pri'jicsed' y a cent of th' :: spasmodic
Ten ( .aTc
d Hast ings- per 1I"l'lI of Gould 1'aik division to I .. ,
f Carl Largun was 3', years old when \\llUt lllllt'M' I- lllll s 11 Ik II l I eta Fine fur children
would be of ;I croup
r .. here. The building: potato crop of thlR.tion wn s, :Mrs. Elizabeth Ilaile, of F.nst: Hart- When Mrs. B. M. Halbert re- I tie opened his rvHUurunt. To'lay she with *:,1111' > ,Hull' ur witu',' 1, ." ',,,,. II I too-no harmful drugs Vcryeconomi-

Suanibh design damaged I by u recent cold snap III I fonl, C'onn.Mrs. leaved news of her favorite grand- ': Larsen now 82 >t.in> old l. stands 1><1. huvt'n't iinvttlit. In I Hn umltlct cal,as the dose Is only one teatpoonful.
I number of growers said. Tho sea.. L. ]M. Woodruff, of Bristol laughter's illness she chartered an I and the sunitt counter pt aunt* r'l.ilixt 'in I 11., ,"n ." At all good druggists. Ask for
Polk City--Faith in the futuredevelopment sim'a crop, it was stated, Is uri. Conn. has been here visit ?'I eroplane and flew from San An- I I "I'm losing money every il.iv. he wham' I hiiMiil I ne.>n tut, won, i r.'.. .,
on a re
r'$ ) of Polk City as the usually lute because of the coi'i i I, felts, Texas, to the bedside of the | .'Y". "This .sleet uiice nu buiiy la sixty yeui's
with Mr. and Mrs. F. C. I
hill and lake cently
of thu I '
masterpiece dck child in Decatur
; III.
weather of January and February Could 'II The trip
country in Florida was expressedat vie made dangerous by storms and DISCOVER
the first get-together, dinner of Rev. Hicks of Waldo will fill his I 'arknesi but when asked about the I
the recently organized Polk City Titusville!\ -Titusville's new $25.' regular appointment here Sundays iffht ah* said the was "not a- I "
Chamber of Commerce at Wayside (Ion theatre" The Van Croix wa s. the Itaptist church. told" "The One Who Forgot" COucHSnow
Lodge. formally opened this week with arpropriate | Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who has i,

ceremonies, and 1rill"-I i 'been spending the winter with her ,i _

Lake St'arns-The Lake !;ll'lIrn'iJournal achy house and the city now ,lui,4I 1 children, Mrs. J. P. Summers, and

a weekly, has just begun one of the most up-to-date pin { | Marion Sullivan\ of :Miami return. :I

publication here. It is being pub. houses on the East Cnll"t.Wint..r 1 ed I to her, homo hE'rl'Ion.lny.: -

Jished by Holland I 1) Jacqunrt. It I ;
Standard 1 Aipbalt Miscellaneous: Shower.
will be issued temporarily at a local I
( of {,Cincinnati hn'4 A miscellaneous shower wasI
printing office until its own Company,
as I given in compliment to !Mrs. .J. G.
site here for erectioof I
is established. purchased" a
plant nt ,' Ijimoroaux :Miss Emma
n road, building material plar formerly ,
Daytona Beach Announcement and will begin construction with!n i Johnson Saturday evening nt thee __ 'TII

.' affair was in the nature of a sur.i .
sr.n.nooVII" will
high school to cost $ provided represent an exprnuliture
made yesterday by J. I F. Ensthnm, of l between $7! .OOO and $100. i: prise party, and after the guestshnd
I assembled. the home of Miss
.city superintendent of reboots. Tin 000. I i
building will bu erected, on Thin May Jones, they formed one group
and proceeded! to the home of :Mrs.
avenue :Kibrinir; Construction of 0 I'
__ i Johnson, where Mrs. Lamoreaux Is
Highlands County courttousp.expeitoil ) I 4 there
Tallahii-see-Goveinor: John W with! visiting
I to get: under way n II
of :Music and pnmcs were rn.loye.\| l\ OfJfJortunifrI
Martin bus offered a reward I this next few weeks' following th, an
.during the evening, and the hon-
1 SIOO; for the apprehension! of the award of the contract for its ereiI
three bandits who held up and robbed I lion to P. ,1. Phipps, contraitor 0 t ore, received many beautiful gifts:

j the Ci'leinan Dunking ('nm pony Uiumnko(., Va., on a bid. of $201 i' which contained all good) wishes
: from her friends.;
February 21 last.Kt ( meeting this week of th( "
I a :Mrs. Lnmoronux who will make

'; Petersburg-Possibilities, thai "commissioners.While her home in Tampa, has, mnnyfl'il'nd" I FOR A SUCCESSFUL LOCAL

the hen I U ma"iiiiM of this city would: I SpringsKvpectlng a bl I! here who regret lint licvmarriairo
li\st will take her from I
!i:" on a ", 'urul strike loomed .. our
t tourist crowd! next your, Whit
when contractois sail (own.
night are I h.', started extensi\" .
Springs an ,
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to ]hi\Ii. ."in.fused, $12 to In$11 raise a day.theMiilr wage I! priiL'ram n lompleto of improvements system., nf'Wiitoiworks !iticliuing I: ZIFF i' BUSINESS MAN TO FORM

I t\ > miiu'o. A nowil.lih.mrd Kellogg :anil sewerage and a harenrfiiied Ziff, March 2/1.-1\11'11. II. E..

,,,,, ., with 4.10:; "drops" will hitch vay through th I' ''homnIn..I son of Ilrookpr, spent

I", lo ",'ut over" Saturday, town. ,1White way'otE'm III. last week hero visiting Mr. and I .

I VI I ,Mmin, plant uiporlnton; ready lots been iintnlloil; and fir,1 Mrs. 3. R. Thomas.Mr. MOST ]DESIRABLE F 4"i tJ'tr-n .41e

I d'. 116 i I ,' Osceola Telephone' con 'gtdpnu'nt| | | haw horn purchased I and :111'11. .. '\'. Reynolds' of ai :

I "S in." ed tndav. nvnlvnn; spent last week-end here> 'I v
I :\lonli""lIu -A..t vity in the wanf \visiting i relatives nnd friends ,
I'i i in" .i \ man said by his com- ,public. improvoiiients is going n n i Mr. nod \Mrs. I. W. Tyn1. of OrnI -

I '.''..''i t .' In' Hnn-k Drwn.:1., :\: ol h"" ,'"'. A fine grove of paper shepcuins I ham spent Sunday, hero with Mrs,, I \ is some one man in this community to whom

A"" i n i. i nli"?', was drowned here in in the heart' ivf town torn I,. n.'III'B parents, Mr. and !Mrs. J. W CONNECTIONbusiness adveittsement will l present a teal opportunity

t6", IM. ] liiiiniigli' ,river when he at- orlv the property of the !Simon' es Lewis. I to esta hsh a business of his own, a

I u ii.i. -I i.i. swim across the stream tate, but bought by '1'. J. Martiiseveral 'I, : :Mr I, and :Mrs..1. It. Kelly nre thc that will rapidly and surely
: ,II. c nor, a ihallenge to n ",llIr,'" years ago, has been sol! I ,proud, parents of n son born 'rUI ('''.

h JI.. u. IM, down( within 50 feet of thcform bv the latter lo the franklin Ci., I ,da)', March 10th. -- Some man who feels that his present business opportunities

h", which is making residential set'- i :Mrs. J. \\". Lewis was on the sink "t are limited-or some real salesman \iuutomot -

relics ti tion of It and dividing it Into l ht t s'' list last week I bile or otherwise) who realizes that he could make more

Sill nt"i The first historicalcnllreti"n and building bungalows.Tallahassee 1 Miss: Clifford, TVnnlson, of money and have more satisfaction working for himself
nucleus fur
t1te I a Hampton spent !Sunday' }lI'rwith than for someone else.! Some progressive real estate
r..r will hikull '
Sarnsota forth --.The (Vest FlorlilPower ,I i Miss Opal i.e vls. broker, banker or merchant these are the types of men
old bones brought MMsri't"mZrl.
from- --in, Indian mound which wan Company, of Tallabsissohns '. I.eroy and rhestor Dennison, of : a( to whom this opportunity should particularly appeal

disioMMil, Simday' in a high dll"s b.nTant"11 n permit to estal I-I, | Hampton, spent) Sunday here with You n"'L1 not now be in the automobile business If 1
friends. / ** *** ** t TWW*< mMMH.l
resideiiti.il' ,, development, \lash a $iOINa00lrvdrs'i'etrie( )pot v. l you have initiative' ambition and some capital you'llbe
er plant on the Oiklocknoe river 0'I II i There will )bo services at I.ltlb'i I ZSBS&PAIGE
Wint.i haven-Story's, Inc..' the border of Loon and Cndsdeduuntit's. 'n i Rock Saturday, nod Sumt.iv. All __ interested in this opportunity no matter what yourpresent

owner "f f the Story's" !Shoe' stun'''I The corporation" plan, i'' are cordially invited to attend.; occupation or business is :

here, niinnumrd today the early es constrmtion nf 'u !0-font dam l( ar.1 I ;Misses Gertrude; Wynn, of Hamn.! About capital -many of the most successful dealers in

tubliluint of. a large shoe store' large power, plant and is nego ln tton; and, :Mamie; Mills, of Graham, our widespread organization began business with less

4i in Ilnim !'itv and. a third store liliartow ins for frnmhiscs to supply )povcr v. were, ,'i"ilillf'Il'II.I" here Sunday $ than $5,000 Today they are established successful,

u< a part of its plnns foi to Tiillahasseo, (ninny, llnvan;I. -. I I I : 149 and! prosperous The liberal terms of the new Paige

expansion this year. Midway und Carlo, G.i. NEW_RIVER/ : f. .,. ... Detrnil finance plan: make it no longer necessary for Paige

Sara..tit I 11. \ugustlne haw been, New River! March 20(I.- Mr. roc ruins dealers to tie up all their capital in inventory

granted Imilding permit for thi.'. A\ "n I'lIrlt0".1.1'" were placiI I Stainer and\ his attorney. Mr. M.I-: This! city is one of the very few in the entire United

erection of a blink of stores t(.,.. I I "t.ru today. )k and fur' I the lily machinery plant. 1 being for erectc'hv tl:.,,I j ran of Chicago! 111., were here lastwook _. _-- .- -- .=; -_- -_-_...... States where this opportunity is still opera And it will
l'onstrnction is to begin 1 buying land They left for w here '
cost $10,000 lirick IInTil\ not remain open very tong Because there is seldom
with eompletioiset "I the Kennedy Miami and other points before ro1 .
Immedi.itelx. offered
anywhere, days, a connection with
industrial te.tio. an organization -
( the 1
tVw wrekThe buildlnt,.1 I 'lImpllnin turning to Chicago They will ro /\ry-J.I.W #
for .1 i south of !.lIk.' Tiilanp. The miUhinerv' ,I. : !'o well established, so well\ financed so well

will b, nf anent blocks. will represent an Inves1'mint t:[ turn rnngemonts this summer will be and made other or.t' _. ---- -. managed and so successful as the Paige-Detroit. MotorCar

Winti, 11.wonFred Golden. :n'cf >. ,if' muse! to $IO.I()!)!!, and tl', Mrs I.villa Johns and nephew, Company

St. I'l-tcrsburg, was Instnntlj' I[ plant will hun capacity of 10.| Emory Johns. wore visiting\ this f' *i iR r to i- Consider this' Paige has enjoyed 17 years of uninterrupted

killed\ nt ..1:1.thiA:! afternoon whei,'10411)' [ tile per day on three shift J section Tuesdnv.Clarence I "' t succeSS-It has never been reorganized nor ret -

his ollto".hill' wns struck bV.l 1 I with an output of IS.OOO': ( to 25.01: 1'(0 Adkins was n ,sitor ,.., $ I .f : i, .. fin..mced-It is directed today by the same men who

train ut the Camp Munsnn crossing .. !i brii, k and :5,000 roofing tile.llomnsaxsa here Wednesday.Mrs. ,' ,il. -- ) founded the business-it had (Sopt 30, 1925)) gross:

n half mile north of l.akl'1.." : J. F.. ....Adkins was visiting Ift: 3 t' s'elsof$18.325.000anJcashresourcesof$6.137.659! _

fred. -Twelve now bus:I-I friends, here Tuosd.iv. \\&ja"1 it owns a new plant that is generally\ regarded finest in

.. I nt'ss com erns will begin pporatlolhere Is :Mr. !Stainer: and attorney.. Mr. Mo- '- all\ the industry-it has already invested than
have more
Plant Citv-U.ink; clearings within the next few day, itnnmniiirfd I,IS ran Tl. F. Renfroo and J. K. Adhe 1- 20000.000 in advertising its cars, and has
showing emisidrrnMrinereuo' < set aside
of t
from the
kins were transacting business in
for the past four weeks due to th; Florida West Coast IVw'lopmoiCompnnv ) tit' Sharks :Monday $ some $3.250.000 for this same purpose: in 1926

heavy shipment"f berries nn.1 creators of HomosassThese a. :M. I,. Johns. was n business visitnr GJhe New-Day; / Surt'.lyhere'ssrealopportuOltyIAndowmewherernthis!
1 sale of vegrtall.to :"V\\ buyers 01 I fonceriis await only the oft ].. to T.ako Butler Friday. 99 5 ci,,y is a man keen enough: to grasp it and big
the ground from northern wi"ten moll of the Arcade, budding:! whir h 1 Mr. and Mrs. .J, K.: Adkins were ; :: >SIX I make oft a mighty successful and profitable business

and Tampa markets.St. will lie completed! byl'l'ill.. !tran""acting business. in Ptnrke Fri- JEWER, of his own. If you are that man. we're anxious to hear
I b. Detroit Tax extra
I o. from
Petersburg-Four large mon.1 i ,II",'. YOU at once
irrel dogs, as large a. calves win., 'rnilnhussee-Florida's first flu Ih ': Mrs.: Alice Oliver of Pine Hill

have been attacking and bitim! gl I hah h'ry is successfully on its w uy: 'I I I was n business visitor bore oneaI i GUS LOWENSTEIN

school children in the Lellmiu cording to Shell Fish Commiloner ,, i day last week. CO. Inc.
Heights district of this city for almost T. R. Hodges. The hatcheiwhUh 'y'' '' C. It\!. McKinney: of Stark, WM ,

week, were being sought In I was established at WclaVa ;n in this section last week. '
a today. .. a result of cooperative effort ts Messrs. Johnnie. Yarhorough, ot( 402 W. Monroe St.
police ,
: ..t' the federal and state goveri n- RoTf..r.1 and nephew Edward

r Arcadia-A new dormitory un,I meats was opened with a butte :Moody, of Long Bridge section

school room building has Just bee I of0 hatching jars, facilities 1 1 to were in our section last week. Jacksonville Florida

started at the Florida Baptist chi!. care fur several million at a charg e. Messrs. J. E. Adkins, B. F. RenJI ,

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FRIDAY MARCH 241. 1926
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c iv/io {when wife up her to father the nursery brought and hi told. BeL'Ond Nan<: !'i At Bal Masque g SFVKN p

I ne >rdo that For she ten must yean low she her.had been forcedto : READ 8'' end

fund It. Ion years during. bl1-h A'nt .sly
RUBY AY RES Oi tr t eIrA three tiitll. / xtepurothei appealed tudd ,,', aid
--- sautes " J One
'---- to her burdens, and push hoi *
IfKGIN HERE more and morn out of favor till nl: r, .noinlnif it to
TOI\V. hiMM! f.lt!t Hku ii dolls last *>nhud begged her. father tc "The One Who ForgotTOItKY 1 I Hln.alunir.
The World War hI I i 1, .I.i ,r al t .-'. .
sorrow to untold i nllla,, ,, "a., > I IMSd Jonn room and went allmh..r (II o lave home. :{
more bitter. than that ', i t mi"> the l mile sitting room' here the I So Nun went to London with nothIng .t Blvht.10
!NAN 1>MARItAHY uo I ,I" 'd en.ul i lumllL-, of K-iti-i, returned to but ilO and her own pluck to. ruler/

from promise her aweetheartMe to make I Ihi "I., it' "t t.,..i hi." nl ry her, 1 h>' Arnott HI!!! !:IL', ?". :he table help her and for a whole week "he, .111) TYKE: Itv Ki'dnoi 'nat
Aral leave hon :ehe" ,? I : learned o,* hi* *<'rl,nl>,ui i I" m .. "MGTItg" )i', :.
had lived aomehow ,. n --hnnirailly 11. ... quit lime now hud taken In An unntlrnctlve auburt .'TO"i.'ol0'I1 G ON.TEAgNtR S A10 M Y -\IoMU\ SN>;i: CAUGHT TARO aA c''x ''
I roLll
i Hit I
u. II ut ht e woke she and answered udvertlBementa amtwiniiwd T '
week of will telling TIMt
walling iu I B ti ''oC' Geuoi. te% EAD BEHAVIOR \ 9B r Q9ERetrTAGENOW
mastery and Inrrequ"01PETER i hirsplf. "I have hud dreams like ; to and (lie fiom agentsulllcca. ", YouR WAS' SUCH /II eAt Wltl'tER."OuLO"'T 11I
LYSTLR hail filthy' ?. this" befuie-not quite so bad. per- 6EER of x e v COT AY"n ( PuNKEV 'TMSANSU1BRSTH ,
turned to London but wh. n he fn. _d hum, but still I WAKB OUT \ I
1 oiid OUT FOR
hip betrothed he filled to BI l ,w very And then one day Bhe Answered an I \ 6R1; BAwLtD FIRST TIWHTBUT% SI4. Ge TVAU -- '
alone of recognln..n-the .huh l Then steps aoumk-U along the little advertisement for the post of com COP'fNG PUNKt ( KROESCNS' a '.lJ.orth ,
which fl laid: him low had I also robtj'd passage outside, and Joan came Into panlnn to a delicate l lady and got It. S AW"U "MAD" FRIDAY.' '' 1m ..,t" "
him his memory r the room. .
JOAN KNDICOTT! \\ 'u'.'o husband The delicate lady |proved< to be oat \\, tt -i io a
Is also serving. Is lulnn with :Nan "I hope yoU won't think me very of the few women who did not regard -a .
In a small. London apnrtment, ThftsL1KUT horrid" Jean acid In a Burt of whla. a companion a* someone to be treat .\'! "
"e IInd JOHN per, 'But of course when Tim ed not quite ao Cull aa aervant and ""a, ..
AnsolT: ,
pal Teter' attempting t", |1".u".le N>* cornea home he'II want me all !o himself Nan stayed. with her fur two >eor..
to co down to his nisi.'i '. home w :"k -he ham said ao so many times, Happy years they were of uneventful t
him and Peter In ttx' hope i mall' and I was onderlng-'ou, won't be not at all exciting monotony In >

ciidsntstantea Peter might under reKaln thnifHvoriM tu mt.m"* hurt Nan I was wondering If you'd but It was better than being, I
Nan finds It ImpoHKibi.' to acr'l tl mind going away for juat thoso few at home. Nobody ever Bpuke, unII i r
r I 4 \ l4r \
Arnott "tartH ,1
to leave uhile Nan
lust.! In reverie | .., e l 'r' I et ?G l Om,. L\U '

NOW GO ON UITII rill.; :o.flll\ I I I Hr w 4e.- i *3 \ f 1'1'

tried to smlli lluy I- i '.
NAN such a time when I II /' w< *{ r
I Ir 4.J Ll) ,
got< his leave his lum II'.tie. i i -? li5 X3iy tJ rbNt ,
her beforu ho ttss wound d l hid t. > "p
full of all thul he meant to do u'h,'

he ram home-one spiiume h.- I h, .< I I ; g ASKED MG I* I KNEW) Of A CREATOR 6AtDe0000 GRAet0U6.TODEY. e.ANVWR.LKTLt .
written accrued< to leap out of n
past and l fctuie, at tv r POWER THAN A KING AND I %AID'YES' AROTNER TALK ALREADY*"ANI> I 11 .

"VVftll grand, our horn unorn i I .u y
London 1 ,ihlnk Nun, 'lluti. HI.. \! BROTHER COUIO TALK %USecOLSHMSE GET r oil TO KELP QU\tT\ NOu"a eoNP 'rirde ItIlrv .

rues lot* of plan I havi.ni I sand I e OOT OF MlM %HE VWAS VOf ULLY 5 leI 1))h '
I shall love dung" the. tound S11RPRtGED WHEN I TOLD HSR. THAT BSOTHEfe r .
thu iihopa tilt ton and I ijujms,, j') stir J
lots of thing I suppose you knm i COULD SAY TNINCS' I a \ I '1TI
I ier
that you .haven t got a 'proiK-r e, I sl

page-mint ring/ \tt. madam', That I 1 1tttbrA
thi Iliit thIng xe'tI/ ilo the mornln
t>. A, Mi'Uiluff Vow V >ik an
after I Kei home-go und choose t __
rung, <-ct\! wi, innn, nil she npt' d nt ThHil .

And. now he wile norm, .und ho ha, 1 .Diifl MiiHiiue held al I'hiladilphl to '",
t1 closu the winter'* sou.il KIIIMUII, '
forgotten htr. lie \\att quite eonten I 1I I I If L
to no the round of the "hops wit) bkiti1i Ili / l al r du'I
John Arnolt Instead I IL t

She went to the door with Arnot C' '

and bade him lIoo *But I shall see you aanln. han 'c> -- 1 '

I'" he euked .anxiously. / We shan Traveling Frock
be going down to my stater's Just yetI I ?-?. \ c +sEU6R 0\\. X 4a
hum you will let me nee yo a t I

.gaoln" \ .
Nan answered that she would< be r
very pleased. At the back of her -- "\ I II I t
mind one was wondering If she dared pv.SDYOURETOBEV,. :I (. .NANA \\"t\t: Kt SURAN@EMAN ; HAD," ANY! \ __ __ ..
ask Arnott where he and Peter were TOLD; YOUR\ DAOTO; SEND YOU( 't'c> ME I SERtOUSStCKNESS; :: !: \ : ;9 I) 41ELL" twa4a' uruu .4. a v

going that morning-If ahe dared< KO I FOR'MEbtB4L: \ EKAM1NATtON9) \ : NCMCS'CK w (a y.

In the name direction herself. In the ----. -- '(eo: :;. '\)OI.T02.sJ \ :
hope of meeting them It she could ; ..
Just nee Peter Just watch him froma I r/ 1i 1 O .

chanlcallyA distance She shook It hands would be with something Arnott me e S' -- ver ; I r iT Jl I II Iii -.r-; -- ; / 1__J I I .1 I I It. U t.Ii.

telegraph boy ran up the steps i 1 .h .
as they stood there. lie handed< Nana II I
,11 \. H, 111', I :h

telegram "I have had dreamt like this before!" \ tf \0 :' if.T.f \\..... "it., i
"Name or CndlcottT" he acid lu 1 '
o< y.
conically ft' a'" kindly to her. or. made her fret that 'i' 'r-.t I ""t.. __ ,_ ""''I .
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"For. Joan." said Nan. A little \ an did not answer she was not wanted< and It waR u real .' !\ i ,.. \, \. 1" ," yr ""J ) i IH t
pang of envy went through her You could home Just for a few \
heait Onre the eight' of a telegram '5. c"uldll't go you'" Joan went on. grid to Nan when one morning she QJir O"I\ I :U \11 ';/ W :1 1 I I d.

set all her. pulses racing. but now to some friends-1'm sure you went to Miss/ L>*ter's room as usual n .o-: : r i" \ fe.il.il e

she cared less than nothing She i't mind me asking you. but ." to wake her, and< found that the lit { \- J ( { e nil ka <.

bade Arnott a hasty "goodby" and looked up anxiously "Are you tie lady had died In her Bleep. i 11.. \ -- ?.. L '[ "' '
went In to find her friend. iry. Nan" C- 11U r ? mit f
Mr. nook Miss LjBter's solicitor ,1 v.WtLL 'he
Joan only dreanlng. She MId Nan she
waa Just No. ; gave a Queer I
I came and< went and woo kind to Nan a j'i of
looked very frail and< childish standIng lib laugh "As you Bay, I can go .
there with her hair tumbling! hte or-or to some friends." In his dry sort of ...y. :melgn

about her shoulders. Nan spoke to AJ) the thought of John Arnotfe "You had better stay on for the EVER NAVE AN : bON'T 'fC)1j @ .I.\\ j

her gently."A C Treated Invitation crossed her present my dour young Judy," h* ? NOStR NEVER tit AMACC106hT LNAT" M\ A@EiOENT'! "' -I---! :" riUtNlrt' I Ii /Ifh-
telegram dear." she said f y mind. aald "It la Impossible to tiinke final! ACCIDENT. .tI LAST thu

Joan turned .sharply her face an gave a little sigh of relief "1 arrangement till I .hour from :llIeaLYBI"r'a SU MM6R, A BULL P'TtutD MEEOVLL 'III'II".I" \) 0" \'I'.0' : 'ke.
chalk.white She dropped her brush t sure you would If I aaked you." nephew Yes. there 1 Is a AiLt4 t !! L ..r a
II y tivit
with a clatter e said "It wa the fust thought nephew an, vt course, you know i tI 1II I I pI.Nha '
For me? Oh, Nan you open It- ti came Into my head after 1 rend "You will find that you have not \ I J I 'I .aar:
I'm BO afraid"! l|* telegram I've been without been forgotl..n. Mr. Rook told her I ) I It / ', : ) .
Nan luuihel1-lIhe tore open the h so long and< we used< to be cob gently. and later when Mali. l.yator I-,. --- I a
envelope. carelessly and drew out themorjnge. 'y here Just by ourselves will was read Nan found. thut HMO II I rir'I::;
had beon left a vu'Hclenlly huge nil I : ITT N
n said yea, but she felt curious r. Y' t't 9 lt
"Home on Friday, five days leave. 1 urt that Joan should< be so capital to bring her In sixty pound Z rJrirt i nt I : p,

Tim." a us to get rid of her a year t I1 \::)< I.ln. "

She read the message aloud.hysterical ahould have offered to go. any. Everything, but It was else many went week to r fr"terLyster \ \ t., \ .;- v ring f
Joan gave a little "* ahe aald, with a touch of dig "'JI' 01 { pro-
Mica Lyster death and after the 'RI '
scream.. n *'1 quite understand how I.,1 't .'>:.1 I J" ..' .' ther .
believe It-you're teasing you war had broken oat that the i""\ l' ;.. } .J '- ..
me I Just don believe It." f't maid< who had< stayed on with her for
She snatched the paper from Nan the tear smarted In her eye came to the door to Bay that a cub t;I... i 3) .1 ,iche-
a went to her with dler to MISS Ly tr. 'r .. I
read It and burst Into tear a own room was asking see : > ..... i thoiy.it
wonderful-I'm brittle parcel of letter.. And that was how Nan met Peter. i'r .
"Ob. If* just too
*o happy Oh, Nan, you must me had never been home to Nan Nan had ago: .met Joan ISid'c"' CJtiJ ../ J )
hurry up and finish that pink blouse all her mother died and her father while she wa Win! Miss tei'd I : 1 of ,
when Tim Joined' the army ihe twoflrut ypea
.** rifted again. That was Ii
form* yeare ago i
Nan walked out of the room with. n.Nan had been a small child of ( went a.e together sod< na4 II .__ sdf id In

out answering; abe did not mean to n\then. but aha could> remember.III lived tornthMp: ever stnee.m e .bas .4
b* unkind or unsympathetic, but her It were yesterday the night (To Ho atliiui: I Mere I hI a very charming/ frock of type

1I I 1 ""..,,0.(0'-.:. ; ;' ,.. .' RNSUmactSMQI1! .'- tulice longer crepe him. usual for. and traveling U hlrre It
WNA'C A11.Sa10u< \11 P-Uj 511U0KS3tT'STHATRHEUMATISM\ :: TOBEY VWSUREIV SNotJLOSAYlAN1TEACIIER! the <.enter back, giving the wnlstlln

T 'T :\) GrOT\ ARE NOT TROOPI. ASKED ME TO SPELL ITWITNRNEDMAZtgM a ilrupc.l' iTert. It has a unique
(I NERti e0MtS'T A't "MRSSNOOP I Now DOVOUDOtog6Ysl AND 1 FLIiNKEDANDSHE ciipu collar. The sleeves are long "I! for

:'o"H)1)( LE't NER 'IN wNILE ."" "\ :. YOUR MAW lN+? WNY ISNT NELLOaYoOOR 8A\t.to ME ol1T and tight It la worn here by PaUy Luke I

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physical giant. I] Robert Williams Hartford, Conn. I contest entitled, "Eight/ Essentialsfor I
Bradford County Telegraph Washington /stood six feet two, athletic build, powerful I -4 lots in BIk. 27 in Hampton Our W. M. S." Pictures representing I COFFINS & CASKETS I
Park Ton riOO. I
$ 00. ,
Reddish) brown hair. Blue Large hands : these essentials were + and a Full Line oft
ESTABLISHED; IN 187<> eyes. Joseph Bolt and wife to Lawrence shown and the contestant had to''
In history!! this i is important. For, without his strong : Developing Co.-3 acres 13-8- determine what each represented.At Undertakers' Supplies

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Clan: : ,.nd healthy body, Washington could not have stood the hard- 22. Con. 100000. the conclusion of the program, : : AUTOMOBILE HEARSE *
R. A. Green to Chas G. Wood-
Matter at the POst: Office at Starke, Florid.iE. .-hips he went through as commander-in-chief of the armies hrhJt.F.iLota: 0, 8 in Blk. 13 the hontecs assisted by: Mrs. D. C i I
Jones and Mrs. Geo. C. White served *'lw.M on h.nd. Tile hot ..rrlc
I thai won America its independence. in Starke. Con. 900000.( .
delicious salad ml lh lewmt prior lIpt'clal l ..1tvndon :t '
a course.
Horn of planter parents considered wealthy in those days, P. II. Hunt and wifo to C. P. I to trl.cr.ph ardm.KEGI8TKRD .
S. :Matthews----------------------Owner and Publisher -- EMBALMER Tf
Glover, Grafton count, N II.-!_ +
.1. C. )Hobnibon._________________________:Managing Editor .iiul. I inheriting landed estate, Washington.was no idler. HeI lots In Blk. 10 in Hampton. Con. CARD OF THANKSWe 1 DEWITT C. JONES
I ought his'! way into history by hard work lIe was only 16 $500; ,00.
ears old when he headed westward into the wilderness As a I I Empire Lumber Co., to 'J. B. wish to express our sincere :J STARKE, FLA.. IMIIII
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Crews Jr., Union County-10( acres thanks to all who were so kind ant I :
:surveyor. I 5621. helpful in the sickness and deathof 1 ++++++ Mil Illl+ M" }
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-i'ujuble in Advance He served a.s' surveyor for three years. The pay was I Frank S. Hodson and wife to J. our dear one. May God bless you -.-.. .---- -.-.. ,
Advertising Rates on Application -mall. But George was economical, saving enough from his B. Crews, Jr., Union county-Trait alL 'r. :
wages to buy large tracts/! of land before he was of age. i 5-6-21. J. N. Norman and family .
d'u I J. B. Crews to It. J. KollInK: Un- I HARVEY M. SNYDER
One Bradford county Jurmer Jtain pounds of meat At maturity, his reputation was established as a thrifty, ion county-Tract 5-6-21 CEMETERY WORKING 1-

from two hogs. Now this what could bo considered "somo I reliable, hard worker, intensly democratic, of simple taste, a I Lake Kinjrslcy Dev., Co., to II. C. Mortician, Starke, Fla. <
Times-Union. I "sfiuaru deal" man. The virile pioneers accepted him naturally Hatching: Montgomery, Ala.-2 On Friday the second day of
.arming" Member of Funeral
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lots in Blk. 3 in Lake Kingsley April, you are requested to meet at
-0- as: their logical leader. I Heights. No. 1. Con. $35.00. the McKinney cemetery, New River I.' Directors and Embalmers As. < J
One of the mailltl/ll'll1g/ crops this year will be candidates A leading character of critical times, Washington was Cora Kanmierer and himhand to to clean off and beautify the I
and state offices erious-minded! from youth. He knew the bitter hardships of I ., Uurden and C. E. Harper grounds. Those having friends or sociation. to
fpr county
: -cs 19722.( relatives burled there are urged to PHONES ;
--r-0-- winter in the unexplored wilderness, Indian fighting, and the come and help.Sarasota$1,400,000. I'
Many a married man will tell you that the reason he is 'tarvation and cold of Valley Forge. Dixon Lake, Ben Kinsley Hill County Dev. Co., Ga.-1, to S.lot 11. I Day-1 Night-69-W : .f

married today is !because he talked too much. Washington never admitted that defeat was possible. In in Blk. 20 in Lake Klngaley: HeightsNo. worth of J With DeWitt C. Jones ,t,
the darkest days of the Revolution, it was largely his inspiring 1. Cnn 1850. street improvement contracts, 4

Go to church next :Sunday.:; o It's, a good habit to breakup I courage that kept hope alive in his famished soldiers.It F.Lake Dixon.Kingtilev Hen Hill Dev.County Co..,, to Ga.I .-Ct awarded, by city council. 9+ 1D4M.+0+4++ffi+ .Id"I

the spring fever. I is good to know that the father of the United Stateswas lot in Blk. 20. Lake Kingsley
-0 I a regular fellow-virile, likable, an Ideal American. In I Heio-ht' No. 1. Con. $18.50/

Most of the office holders who lice the nation trembling I Ion his life many lessons for the young. Also, much inspiration I Maud Li/.f.tc: James K. Harris Taylor-4 and lots husbandto in Blk. Dr. Paul .

the bring are convinced after the election that it was only I for those emerged from youth.-Tampa Telegraph. 11 in Hampton. Con. $700.00.G. ...
-o-- VV. Andrews and wife to i -
in the balance. ,
their job hanging I I
\N ELECTION YEAR Farmers and Dealers Bank, Lake I
0 i I I Over Magnolia Cafe :
Btt\u-20\ acres 23620. I
Men and women who are worrying about the younger ]I This is an election year and while not one in which a A. K. Stringfellow and wife to I I I[

generation are usually those who forgot to worry about them- presidential election is held there are jnany things in view I Mrs. Archie Tanner-4. acres 20-7- i! j'j'II
which make it important in Florida. Florida must elect 22. Con. $1,000.00.O.
-elves. I
I Haynes and wife to P. B. Hunt .
o United States senator and four congressmen. Besides this I -6 lots in Rlk. 31, 32 in Hampton. !II -- LORIDA'i
The weather prophet who predicted a long hard winterin elections occur in November for attorney general, justices of Con. $500.00. I +-- -

now guessing that it will be a long, hot summer. Not in the supreme court and other officials. Some few announcements P. M.> .-Padirett 40 acres and, 14620.wifo to W.Con.M. I f ::1

Florida. have been made, and many suggestions are heard of $UIIII.) :
o the candidacy of one or another, for certain positions, but political -' Loney Hazen to E. W. Peet-21 I J. L. \

Newcomers and visitors to Starke arc almost unanimousin J activity has been confined so far to what might possibly acres 11822. Con... 100000.' I i' t

their opinoin that the one thing badly needed here is n j I ] be called the "left wing" of the Republican party in the WOMAN'S W. M.1T PLUMBING AND

condemnation of shacks and a liberal use of paint. [I Io tute. At a meeting held in Orlando recently the delegation The business and program meeting i
present chose to call it a convention and to designate their of the W. M. 5. was held Monday i Estimates Made-:
News items from all parts! of Bradford county are wanted organization as "the" party of Ilorida. The men gathering of afternoon at 3:00: at the home
JW-s. S. L. Peek, with twenty- I 'STAUKE '
at this office. Send them in. find transacting business were largely of a group that for :> five ladies present / .
0- some' years past has tried to break up the so-called "regular" ''; The devotional service was con I

One item overlooked in the clean-up week is the numberof faction and substitute their candidate and principles for those ducted by the president :Mrs. W. J. -000>
The businesswas
open toilets' on streets where sewerage connection can be which were endorsed by the men who had been recognized by I Epperson.attended to necessary after which a very .- -.-.. -- -- ----- -
made. Those' in charge of the campaign should not count the national party.Attempts interesting: program was rendered.

their task complete until such menaces to health are removed.o to organize an "all white" Republican party in was The"The subject Romance for the of Homo afternoon Missions We can chiYje your 0

the state have so far failed and the old leaders, well contentto I ," the leader being Mrs. Thomas YES HRS
What can be done by co-operating with each was demonstrated admit the colored voters to their ranks, and satisfied with I lIans n. Those taking part of STORAGE! B/TTERY/ luSmith's 0
Mrs. W.
by the almost' universal response to the clean-up ap the patronage awarded in the state when the Republican par- ,, the program were: .
Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs.H.
peal. Now remove old fences, plant lawn and paint your ty is in power, are presumed to be quietly observing and readyto : L. Brownlee, Mrs. C. A. Knight, .
house. come forward and carry on as of yore when the proper I Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Miss
o time comes The organizers of the convention in Orlando I Ethel Griffin. Mr. Hansen" sang Garage Starke
very beautifully "My task. A jni- ,
The !big juicy strawberries have started their annual have set another date for nominations and the adoption of a I quo feature of the program was n I Fla., .

pilgrimage to the north from Bradford county. platform and this will no doubt be accomplished. Ilepubli.an I -- -- -- -. -- -f -- _
o nominees have been voted for in Florida elections the 1 last''I =aorn : IOE3OE==3C3OI iocaoi-0loC- iccaoi
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Counties along the Lake City-I'alatka short route should I score of years, but their chances, of election are no betl::;r r.ow E30D ,
Mate road thirteen was half completed. This will be duplicat- than ten years ago. o

the start the quicker state aid will be secured on completingthe The Democratic party is not seriously bestirring itself o

construction. itself at this time although some few candidates are being
-o- discussed. The state election laws indicate the time, place Why Trade In Ganesville '

The era prosperity: this section enjoys started before and manner of holding the primary and all preliminary mat-

.tate road: thriteen was half completed. This will be duplicated I tters will be attended to in advance of that occasion, early in: log B

on a larger scale when roads 28 and 48 are started. .June. The Demo cratic state committee may meet previous AT WILSOI'S o

-o-- ;. to the primary, but it would appear that only routine busi.ie s I
Starke has too good u volunteer fire deparment to cripple would come up for disposal. The Democratic majority as

its efficiency with worn-out fire fighting equipment discarded 'shown by comparing of the primary vote with that of the

by other tutfos. Competitive bidding can secure bet Republican in the last general election Is apparently such as o

ter equipment than what one manufacturer unloaded on this to give little concern to movements by the latter party, and D I 0

town at a good figure yet it would be well to reckon somewhat upon the steady influx o on

o of people and the number of national Republicans whoI Style-right Merchandis-
Lex Green the handsome from this dis ,
congressman i of Florida.
becoming residents
I are A great amount of time and effort is expend by 01
our buying staff
trict, knows how to handle his adjectives when it comes to describing There need never be any fear of Florida going over into
Frequent trips each season to the great Ne+fork
market and the
Florida. Some Florida realtors ought to get Lex to mixed and
Republican ranks as long as there is a population o
I of New York
snaintaining: a office insures f
write their aria for them. Herald. a 0
the possibility of negro representation Republican organization o :MERCHANDISE; ) always.
-0 here. That the national Republican party can ever o I !
The Gainesville Sun does not approve of the methods used afford to recognize any group in the South which does not at u n

by the Federal officers in Alachua and Bradford counties of : least pretend to admit and consider as equals the colored voters IH Quality Merchandise--: o '

having their victims secure liquor nnd then arresting them. i of the section seems improbable. But the Florida Demo- .
Some of the methods used by the prohibition officers are as 'cracy cannot rest quietly upon past performances. It must ,, The first and paramount rule in judgings; buying! Docs the

criminal as the acts of the bootleggers, but in this case would consider the increased population and endeavor to secure tho material and the workmanship possess thfitamina; of wear and
anyone except a bootlegger attempt to fill such an order? co-operation of all who have aligned themselves with Democracy I[10 ;the standard of make-up necessary to giyou your money's
A o before coming here, and endeavor to convince newcomersof i, a worth. This is our first thought and refle the entire spirit of o
.\ GREAT;) I nmw.IW1010( ; ( : the necessity for Democratic principles in state goverment. I organization g

Chiimln-r of conmicive plan-, for emphasizing: the agricultural Florida Times-Union. .

iTNomi'e of folk county: in general and the Lakeland, -o-- : Ii Fair & Sensible Prices
country in particular arc right in line with the most advanced Bradford county will only have one representative In thj

thought in Floridan development : amt citizens ht'artilyViii state legislature hereafter and the voters of tho county I i OD Considering quality of material, quality rkmanship and orig- o

approve ..I'n f department in the chamber to be devwted to !should carefully choose the man for this important post. : jj ality if style you rightfully expect fair ices. We will always n

farming, to advertising our farming possibilities and to settling I n st.ll you at prices consistent with good mhandising. You caa o

, go-jrettcrs on the oil luivabmits. . Kits In I'.lk. :37 in Lnko Kingsley : buy as. cheaply' here as anywhere.

What men have done other' men can do and many are the UKALTY: TH.\-:; WERS Heights No. 1. Con. $37.00. t U]
farmers, youltrymen dam: 'men" and p' i hay . Bernard A. Piity and wife to II U
Cahill L II. Senders and M. D. ManueJjn120
John F. to J. Harvey Large Selectionst'
r.hown all these years what Polk county soil can be made to Realty Co., of New York-150.1:; I acres 16-5.2. Con. $10.00. :jon t' o
yield. Polk is a veritable empire of farming wealth; it is thestate's lucres 10, It, II.t 1:5: 18, 17, 18, 10, A. Z. Adkins and wife to G. L. : 9 Our stocks are continually kept moving khe large volumne! of
premier nil-round county and is the only Florida county i,20022... Con. $300.00. 1'001-20 acres 0-6.22. Con. $1000.J. patronage we have. Here the har 3
person and hard to
Mrs. J. P. Me.Culler to J. S. Andrews A. Turner and wife to O. A. In fit D
rated so far above the national average as to be classed with -- ?'.) n. nCrt522.. Con. not Lynch r.uthrrford County, N. O.- finds just the things she wants. o .
some 1,500 headliners in the entire country. given 40 acres 3.5-I-.J.: Con. $1000.J. \ U
Lnke Kincsley Dcv. Co., to E II L. Harvey Realty Co. Inc., to I
Florida is going to the soil, our leaders knowing that ultimately i Jcrntiran/ Gailstlen 'Clunty-5 lots George and John Diack, Troy, N H
the Florida soil must be the basis of everything. Farm in Lnke Kinsley Heights, No. 1. I Y.--&O acres 20522. Con. $500.00, I
development is gaining more and more attention and emphasis J. M. Dukes and I wife to John A., Fin. Land Sales Corporation to We Want To # I.
u'.. ,.,. and In this direction our immediate future lies. 'acres Ebcl Jr.30.5.22., Duval Con.county-112: 2000. 1-2:! J.4 lots,v. in Rockwell Blk. 27 in Hartford Hampton Conn.Park,-: ;;! MERIT ur Patronage

I Farms and factories are twins of development and con R. O. GnannanJ wife to General l Con. $500.00.Lake .
tinued progress, without which we cannot get along. Both Lee-Tract Lot 5 in Blk 1 in Stark Kinsley Dev. Co., to T.'J,.Hi
( Con. $60.00. Fair, Decatur County, Ga.-3 !Iota n ,
increasingly Important in the of the entire '
i are becoming eyes LakeKingsley Dev. Co. to Alto, in Tilk. 10 in Lake Kingslej 0
f : state and the Lakeland] chamber is keeping abreat of Floridan, Warwick, Early County, Ga.-2 lots Heights No. 1. Con. 52.50. : 9 t f U
leaders in planning for Intensive cultivation of the farming, in Dlk. 10 in Lake Kingsley Height, II. T. Parnell to J. 11. Poppell. e74 I f
217 23.6.20.J. 0
No.1. Con $37.00. acres
. ;, potentialities of Imperial] Polk.;Lakeland Ledger. Lako Kingsley Dev. Co., to Mrs \V. Alvrei to Fred Janes-1C "A''LL..OLCR'' 9 I
0 W. L. Ilhodc., Early County, Ga.- acres 32622. : I
". WASHINGTONIf :"' 2 lots in Dlk. 17 in Lake Klngslej Mich Roberson to E. W. Schell,
Heights :No. I. Con. $37.00. i I Dade county-10 acre 4722.
you had lived long ago: and had been Introduced te I Lake Kinir ley Dev. Co., to W,. i Con. 100000.
George Washington, you would] have shaken the hand of a. L. Rhodes: Early County, Ga.-iI!| Fla. Land Sales Corporation tc, 1 OCIO OCIO OClO ClO '
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'.lj LEADERSHIP. [, TO CANDIDA HERB __ :- : I II Contractor Carpenter I II.I.IN(; STATION has! been CHAUTAUQUAAT .h'P\h"", 'Ihi! .,.. j

It. L. Eaton, of Monticello, can I n I II awarded thp contract for erectingn t \

: ASSERT ITSELF didate for railroad commissioner, \ /? new filling station mi the highwav KEYSTONE : rtn'lat a-

group one, opposing R. hudson ;I i4HAAC\\ \ / -/ \ one block north of the new '.
Lrv '
Burr, was mingling with the votersof I c\\L//( office. buililing just completed for

f,Co-operation, Under a Careful' Starko Wednesday. :Mr. Eaton \ \ I II I Dr. I K I J.., Ihggs! Tho I
Is making an active (campaign for I 7 KEA LOOK f \' ing erected. for :N. I II.) Wnmwrightand
GiardainHhip ,
: Spell prospert the post and stated he is well pleas. I hiK plans! i include; t the hratitifi- 1/1'

: t, ity For Home Town. ed with the reception being accorded I AT 7BAT. eat I inn of I the wedge-! shape' Idmk' on llnritl.i .tsscntblySeciires' r'iAcres / ,

him in every section of thetatl' I \VILLYOB ? winch the Hint inn will h,' built.. ,
for Permanent Horn.
He left Thursday morning I ..
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for Alarhua county where ho will ,
':; What one thing won the war? I spend several days. YF4.'QUAzEL \\'ol'k 1111'11 started, thi) week onrepairing : Iveystonn I Hl'ilthlA.ILr! (h 2:1.nni : .- .I'', \

It was leadership.We I a I I :\ I / and! remodeling. I I tho old .\ (>uni,'e-ment was madehere, to. I

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S! COURT I ii '11oIF? LEt.SUE I L_ %.,f I Htoragp! barn next I doni |10 the ,day that I ho Florida ClmutiiuiviaAsurmhly 'i',,, ,:, 1
in this country are not will .- (;taietv Thrilllr. I th,' 'Iniilding to 'in recently organire-el as a 5' .t
ing to admit that the weight of our OA.\7O,15'" I U. -,'
converted( tn mercantile i establish! '
Pandora Thomas, assault and I a i piTiiumont winter feature, has vf- 1
: ,army and navy did not play a large I buttery; case. continued to April JI meat \\'ben,' t the 'ork I is ,'ompletedon fit-tt'ii ranncments for 'a liorncsitp ...r I

part in bringing hostilities to( a 2lth.( I -1 I the new rouf. rt'fi nishi air of the of five acres in Keystone S.,.,.. ,fl..,
r 'lIclosel but without the unified com. 71 Intel' .ami the udditinn, of liite Tnt
lor a > .
t | Heights, distinctive and! rapid. ,-
It. W. Tennant, reckless driving ; n
Inand we might be fighting yet. \ glass front\ of the t building. will I be with .1.ot'
I of auto; continued to April 2Gth. I I ly growing rommunity a ,
:; Leadership was what won for :- stnrte'dOPENS. hemitiful location, on latke (:leneva.'llio II, 18;,'
: the allies in their fight to make tha!! i O. C. Willingford/ operating car I, .-- RM N
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world "safe for democracy." In all under influence of liquor. Plead! I 1U':1'\llt DKP: \HTMKNTKOU :::.: t haul a uqiasi ground* t (I...",

guilty, fined $25 and costs, or GOda"s. uid! ( W.l'l'lII'SII: I .IIoWEIln'P : are as a great flatiron with I(11TS..
[the world, throughout all history, I : ""Iv..
\ : \vnlf boulevnrdH, on either side and!
there never was a bigger job than ,' \ ; 0NN I Marry flnvkettfltrnterly" wnti'hinspector meeting. nt I the< poi nt. ImmedinUdyin .0
and the of General Nathaniel Little, petit larceny; a
this leadership
main l.nk'i.hOl1l!.
for I the Situ I h"I'n I Kail- finnt IH the
paroled in custody of .1'
Foch finished it. parents. C way, has opened a \\iilili' and! jcnvlr i-sniil,! nnil n wondliiml park that
Bill Southerlancl ; :
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petit larceny .
But what\ has! this to do with our ; '.I .\ n',pair shop I tempiinirilv' : I in Hit- skirts i. I hit Ink('. An additional plot, fir
charges withdrawn by I ,. i"
prosecutorand _
homo town ? you ask. II e I Ideal 1 1 Restaurant I next |i o ;\t t t'hi'll's across tho avenue hy the broml) end riiil'. ,
costs ,
We'll show you in just a minute. Ceo. Hull paid., reckless driving of motor I I Drug Store. :Mr. Bmvlirtt' plans of the trait is u natural bow, I .!. I

Leadership is Essential vehicle on state highway. Plead! /' tn later open' n lartrer I shop \,11I'nl, tlliere nn assembly hall for tho A.
What mobilized all America so of five thousand, peoplo
guilty; $25: and costs or 60 days., > biiHinpsH warrants$ I the expenditure.Slarke '"outing I VVnr
it was able to put the weight/ of all C'has. Clevinger, reckless driving ( bus need uf n good Jewelry will !li<. l inlt.. A rhniitauciunn'a ,,

its 110,000,000 people. of all its industry llowkelt is : dub simultaneously to l>o erect.
of motor vehicle on state highway store" and :Mr an ex-) IH ;. r
of nil its wealth and of all Defendant) failed to appear and! pern-need, repair man fir nil classesof \, eu" \vith nil possible) features) for

its natural resources behind thp bond of $2.: forfeited. wink and, it is believed only a tlii- social anil! recreational advnntIIK TAX:

blow we struck for humanity? Bob Thomas, manufacturing intoxicating S \ / / y xhort time will! olapxv,\ hcfoie. tVgrowth '*< of members. An eighteen/ liolo' >F
Leadership! again. What this liquor. Plead guilty; __i- I of his business will' allow rolf course* is being eonstruetedne'ii )

country did in providing the world him to enlarge. .r the chnutiiiKiua grounds. Mm.Jii .,
$J I4.:> and, costs or six months. : /
with a merchant marine is :......
a case
I This chnutnuqua will
Elvin Simmon, concealed weap; i\I--I-jj': i.--: pornmnont '<1 ".
in point.If : : 1'01.1 : 1 lu winter from Pi'cem.
ons. Plead guilty: ; $100 and costsor .: nprn every ill 'S
we pull in opposite directions six months I MNMM: (; TO itoii. her to !March inclusive, with the .v

we, the community will suffer. Robert Thomas concealed weapons. dI I The political i t 1 put--- i in I Bradford I.. I highest tnlent milking thin iisemlly ant illHe's ,
China has 400,000,000 men, each of I South Is the New York .v ,
ill the as
" Plead! guilty; $100 and costs county ill beginning/ show pvidenco t
whom can out-work an American. ,.I 1 or six months. I, of nrtmtv, 1 i Rumors. of K..v.1! Lake, Chautnuqua Assembly in the ": .
, Russia has a large population, and I I I "
, a I cant additional I candidatex, for t the : Nnrth, a nationally known center, ,n..'.
natural wealth, yet neither Chinanor BUCKLEY AGENCYThe with .
TilE nffle'p of state representative\ hiippaise twilight by thousands, courses -

, Russia is prosperous. They ( the two candidates, : lIh-t.a'ly' of study' ,and<1 where can be heard
lack real leaders. ,, Buckley Co., recently had I
, dramatists lecturers,
in the fiild, Messrs. T. II. the Kre'iitest I
Must Sustain Leaders. the misfortune of losing their garment I'lnhol'l I "
I I t-ter, and! Oeo. )F Young, singers, and, Irlusicians. orators,
Starke sustain its leaders fire. The
must factory by company
"1 thp rounds. This i week. it re it..7. ,I Rlut.'I . if they are guide the during t t has reduced( prices on all children's'garments I' ag
to way
: 'b'l'd Thomas of Sljnke, custn country and other lands..
: these reconstruction times. When and for the next week i ) have
:I I i his bat in thp ring fur represen' ! them the ,, wonderful bargains be had ,
largest measure
we give : may Initial work.
tative. \born. tniulo for the (

"? of accountable support, then for the we progress can hold of them the from Besides local a agency.full line of spring ma. i MATTHEWS ON STATE ROAD TWENTY-EIGHT I legislature I.'ollnwlnIhl'. / in reapportionmg action of the( lat the I The first program* I la, to of ho lecture held thisspring andentertainment

community. We know that they tennis for dresses, lingerie and
:, '-' -- I represental anuinc" the different in thy community hall ofKtvntono

,: are experience true leaders with ,their because leadership we had in drapery. Lucia S. Alvarez. I'I' Tallahassee, March 23.-Before G01ERMENT EXPERT I[r JOHNS IN JAIL; WALLACE: ('.itint. ii's. Brndfon! county lost I Heights which In to be

), the past. It Is the right kind of'' S his departure this morning for !Miami REPORTS SUCCKbk; ; ) INSTATE :i I IS IN !HOSPITAL II EItI: : i i ifl/ (' of i its represent nt j vt.'t, only I one' use,,l temporarily

leadership because it is unselfish! ,I I WILL TAKE :31 !MILES OFF | where he will confer with the inMI; t.uowiNt"; I I tt'i n': allowed I I ,! from |thl" (rounlv i in I S
county commissioners relative to Baldwin\ Town Marshall/ U ( burned I the t senate. I Bradford/ .I .and. Union AI.VARKDRAWS FIVE YEAR
, for have seen that whatever DISTANCE JAX TO TAMPAHowey ;
? prosperity we comes to the city as a :: I the steps preliminary to ndvertis. Florida Has Promising Future .'or With AHssult !tu Murder. I counties will I bp, represent bv one .'I'JoItM: I,'Oil MAN r.AUr.II'IElt

ing for bids, for the Constructionof Commercial Purposes lie Says. i senator, lion D. !I''. Knight, "fta..kl'
shared, Fla. Free holders of
: result of their effort is by I Ja'kllmih'far'h; 25. Charged
I 12 miles of tho Tamiami Trail wlio.p term does not ixl.irp I (Charley Alvarez was given a
and me and every single individual the special district number 11 have 1\I-h'21.-;;;:;: with with :
you nnsnult
, I DP Land David attempt to mur.
j in Dade County, Dr. P. A. Hatha. until I I't'JH.nftrr :! .seiilfiK'ii of five yearn In the slate.piintcntiary
j < in the community. approved a bond issue! of $150,000 ,' dcr officers It of wo'l,, IHnear
chairman Griffith bulb expert' of the department two in a puli ( at Raiford when the
the State RoadDepartment ,
This is democracy in its highest for building of 20 miles of pave.! way announced that hp had of agriculture, Washington! Bui.Iwm late ;Monday, night I'I I that hi1 ..Ir.hi.. gun -.riiiot- I jury trying him at the regular:

form. roads, the completion of which will had I D. C., has just left DcLanil for )H. Johns, town marshal! of Hull., I a' al I Johns several,I I times I/ r'ult, for 1 Polk
, an interview with Hon. E. S. \unit of rourt ceiun-
With the merchants of Starke be the final link in the short cut Matthews! of Starke Chairman of homo after a survey of tho tiulh- win, U being held, in the ,county.. ': A. T. !Mi/ell gaiaurc! owner, al ty found him guilty of manHlaugh-
there is no inducement in runningup of the onville.Tampa highway growing industry of Florida. In jail. lie surrendered, early vc Baldwin Mind.! be WHS, on. I ,lie .scenehiuth 1
Association tried
to promote tho I tei 'lit 1111" wan Tuesday
a record for sales this month through/ Lakp) county over state his tour Dr. Griffith visited at Wal. tcidav morning to :II. I l.! Dran) .' after( tho shoot i in)?. .
building of State Road No. between Alvarez b.inrep.
28. ami WcdncHelay, /
with last month, with number 2. This will about I
or cut .
comparpd road deputy sheriff. "Johns ireil into I the
do I and. inIarinn: Luke Scminole !
Lake City and I I'ulntka. This points i''i'tti'I InC.,l. I n. K Knight, of I
last year. If that were their aim 51 miles from the present shortest road which is known ns the "shortroute" and Vulusiu counties.( A year Johns) is alleged/ to have opent'l I woods," hp "I lnled. "Iddid I I ,I not, showup Stiirke.

they would placed in them by the poo. ----- in eil,IllY Constable Brucp %Williams, an bretik." Then ho suricndcrcd to a Alviircwux: :: arrested last No-
Columbia the state and making '
pie of this community. Their purpose "JOHN BINDER" IS DEAD; Union. Bradford Clay and comparisons satisfaction (they sought to arrest him und awoninn. deputy slietiff, The uuiunii with! viMnlier for I HIP nuinler of Jack

( is to make Stnrke strong and TITLE TO PROPERTIES CLEtR' and-tonp Putnam Heights.to Pnlntka via|< Key- expressed lit the increase surprise in interest In the ensuing gun battle Johns also disapppnrpil. and has not I..hllq"n.l a KB year old! ,painter. oiHlli".q

and in the realisation the constable I been .ltooti I I City, following it quarrel
prosperous examination' was shot through I seen IIi lilt' I the II/C./
The Chairman and plantings. After I I
I pointed out that
of this purpose you benefit as :\I\aml-"John\ Binder" is deal., both legs/: and I II. A. Wallace, railroad Johns recently, defeated: Constable over payment for a quart of liquor.
the Legislature of 1 1023! extended of fields! over tile territory he saidhe :
much as they. Your wants, and, His death knell was sounded late telegraph\ operator who had I I Williams, in a nice for town Alviiri-4. wax cut about the hand'
those of family must be : Road 28 from Starke to Palatka was to glad to report that he special I dn I, beIIPVO with 11 knife by Johnson, anti when
your supplied yesterday by Circuit Judges II. F. been sworn in an u officer, marshal. Residents not -
whether you buy here or else Atkinson, A. J. Rose und, W. II. via Keystone Heights< and,! made had not seen a failure in tho bulb was seriously injure! tho shooting wits ('uu"..<1 by I ho attempted: to reach him again
it a State Road. As it is in the industry of Florida.At .
where. If you buy elsewhere, and : Price, in joint session. : second Wallace was brought to St. political diffprencPB, us the two with the knife, Alvarez struck
Sanford Dr.
neighbor buys elsewhere, the preferential system no State a meeting at Luke's frlcndl/ Johnson over the heiid with a.
your Their decision was expected to : hospital Immediately after men always appeared .
funds can be expended on the road 1 Griffith said to a gathering of ..
movement of money-which con. clear title to property worth millions the gun hattlp by R. f'. :McIJer. Constable Williams was! appointed\ wrc-nch. killing him. I Dumping the

stitute the sinews of our local business of dollars and wipe out at a until further authority is granted growers: an, one of the posse Examination to that office by the /governor !t )hOtly, out alunlt a vide mud Alvarez

ystem-will be away from single stroke the legal/ tangles by the Legislature, or until the I "In my soil examination I have showed, he was shot through/ the is said. returned, to the dunce hit had quit-

Starke. Home trade will suffer, which tied up hundreds of lots and first preferential system Is com come to the conclusion! that good lungs. He may recover unless en n- An investigation was conducted teil in Hi'iircli of liijuor. FolloVrinif

merchants will have to go out of partially paralyzed, the real estate' I i pleted. However, it developed potato land, well-drained\ seems to plicutions; net in, hospital attaches( ; I into the affair( by <* M. Satio-r (lie findmif of the body, Alvnre
from the
conference with Mr. Mat. soil for bulb-growing
be .
business!, stores will become vacant market following the hinder frenzyof I' the right believe.! I: deputy sheriff. \\;:IM arn-nted
'tht'ws. that the counties through in Florida., Potato fertili7pr in
will / ., .
houses will be for rent, taxes last August. Williams was taken to his home ----
which the road! passed\ have all voted quantities to suit the soil scorns to
go up on your property if schools, The definite ruling of the judges \ bv his won who was a member of
bonds. and!
tho State Road Department for
be the right/ thing mircissus
roads and other improvempnts wns that owners of real estateuhosc the PIIHHC, His injuries are onlyflesh ,
has been invited, takeover Broadcaster
to I wart to caution growers Oldest
growing.! v
are to be maintained at the presentstandard. titles have been clouded by wounds/ and are not serious
those funds ami proceed to to let bulbs thoroughly mature
the filing; / of binders have a right- I the construction of the road. anti I Ac'ordintQ( / county officers,
anti tops die before digging! ,
Down Bankruptcy Road Johns would, makp statement
demand that .department
to thr recording

i Tho Chairman stated that Mr. ,
the care should bo taken in digging to
You starting yourself on ,'nn'rrinthe affair
arc of the clerk of the circuit /
\ Matthews: had proposed that n' ,
not let bulbs sunburn or bo bruixc.lm
downhill road'I to bankruptcy, unless court these from the I'onstatbl''illiuims, dninis/ Juh>"<
remove ro- meeting/ the association of whichhe
the buying power of your fel ords.. any way. They should be pick opened j firo on his POHSO ufler thevImd
low-townsmen i M pitted! airain-t is th.' president' hp held' and ed 1 as fast as ,dug and spread to surprised Johns in tim woods) ,
Decision of the three judges, in I that Dr. .
Hathaway attend and
you to offset the influence of yourexampll' tliesp has been awaited for : confer dry where they will bp well ven ami told. him ho was under arrest
cases with the members to
nrrangothe tilated., They should not be piled> 1
The first shot fired\ he said, struck
there some time, as they hove had the I (II"taiis and I conditions 'rwhich 'cur<, <' than six imhes dip, Ihn fir<' ,, .. :4
But when you h'Int home, \\.illaie" ('aullihim/ to full t t leground.
titter' under ndvmcment fur the the work
might; bp
/ commenced ,
to month and watched artfully to Tho shots : \r
i h. an entirelv fferert picture I next t two hi \
It't sixty days. using/( county funds, The chair
paint The nionekoes thp round!, ----.-- avoid, heating. : him throivh the legs, h" stated, and
man agreed to attend and hiM .
nnd leaves. strength and confident1' :MISS: B1ULA IENM\RK upon 'I ella of Treatment ,
behind with transaction thru return from !Miami will indicateto "After they are dry allcllurf',1 in the success of commercial bulb
which it passe"'. You save wha' ;Miss Birla \Denmark, age 17, :Mr. Matthews a time and place' storage/ which .should be in an open : growing hero i Is. assured. .t'
died : March! 15th at her where the same may bo held. In Kind To Grnvr. :
would eithi'iwisebe; wasted in .\ Monday, .shed they should he /graded! und! : vtm
expensive shopping trip to the cit\ In.mo in Jacksonville after an illness addition!< to discussing the preliminaries sized. The round single-nosed! Ono drawback pointed. out by Dr.

Increased! tract means a larger, of several lays. and details, the meeting bulbs of thirteen centimeters an I Inver Griffith i III shortage( of pluntinvstock. : *

assortment of goods. offered by the The body was brought to her will discuss! generally the location; are the kind to send,! to market It in advisable to carefully fl t t

home-town stores. All the .build! former htimp at Hinford for Interment of the road, hut thn final location for forcing. Those that bloomed guard all available stock of Polly. % 1-; -' I _
of' course, will he mad after
ings are occupied and more are in Sapp cemetery. Rev. Homer : only I anti split up this year and nil anthis narcissus for future propa. ia

n'd,,<1. Everywhere there is confidence V. Rutherford pastor of the I duo survey by tho Department'sengineers double-nosed stuff should tip planted gation. Ho insists that Florida I IL

Now buildings go up\ and, Riverside Park church of Christ! I IJ.wk..onville it being the dtit> of the, buck in the field fur future grow not only Raper Whita '> it 'I i

assisted by Rev. E. Department to definitely locate shuul should endeavor to get st, ,
prope.rtv V"' '(' !rise.; Your house stock. The slabs or of facts I II

and your lot Increases! in val up. \\ illiams\ of Starke conducted the stat, roads I I..e graded into two sizes and plant-1 Soleil U'Or, double Roman and L

I sharing in the general prosperity! funeral rervlce. :Miss Denmark hahi .< The idea, i.f Mr. :Matthews and i'd separately to tie, rounded! up and! ], other strains of Plyanthus. In i 7 .
those interested! I is
to the county ii
coslstcnt member of the use
"I by which all rrofit. en a shoul'i attain a marketable size : the Chinese Sacred Lily he belipvef I
fhrisitian church for the past five, funds as far as the same will extend excellent # 5> ;
Add to Pence of Mind. toward the with one season's good! culture. The that state has an oppor. ,
construction of
No falling off In your !standard. years. thp work with the reason for II'radintwo/ sizes I Is that tuntiy In production for although f4t'
III'hl'n time* S'io:, leaves to mourn her death, thought that cannot he the smaller thpy do not force as well as Paper
of living!::, a.* there I \ 'hen "lip sure onewill < ,
\ hnvc been
\ amp exhaustelthp ) -
are bad.< The comfort and! well-be her mother, :Mrs. Rozina Addison make thirteen centimeters! nnd | Whites, the flowers themselves are
brothers, and sisters and State will probably be in a position I!
ing of your family add to your two two a to extend) aid. in that case it would be bettor to more popular and tho supply is very

peace of mln,). You have no cares h.st of friends. Dr. : have them in separate plantings: short.
Hathaway assured Mr. Matthews
has resided in Jack.sonville .
and/ no worries. There l Is no need to :Miss Drrnark of the hearty cooperation of where they could have special uttentlon. / His notations on Easter Lillics

take your boys! nail I girls out of for the aC past two years the Department in facilitating: the ." brings him to the conclusion that

school to help support the family. work. Tho main point brought! out by.: they could bo successfully /grownon !

They enjoy a healthy, wholesome .. S .C C C C .C C C S Dr. Griffith was that careful handling ] a commercial scale In Florida, ,

youth, and they enjoy the tralnlnz: Starke Chamber of Commerce St. Petersburg! -Pour largo mon. of newly-dug bulbs will avoid but owing to a tendency of imported .

that \Is to( fit them for useful man *. meets every ThursC ... grel dogs as large: as calves who losses by decay; careful storage; bulbs to decay, extra caution I

hood and womanhood.This .. day night at the City C" have been attacking and biting will prevent losses by over-heating, I should be observed In plantIng Ho

i Is. your great opportunity. *.. II all. Every citizen of C. school children in the Leh man and careful grading will insure! sat believed that this itock here will rl'oIC'f'ker.. 1)7) and the firm whit inn. n to travel' the Oregon i trail and

Help to bring prosperity to Starke *.. the town j fa expected to be C Heights< district of this city for almost isfactory forcing. And ho expressed be coma naturalized and) therefore die ..lnc* then ha. iravnlod the "sam. trill! by auto anti. alrplan i .U shown i

and reap :a double profit for every present. 8 o'clock.C a week, were being sought by 1 th4 belief that if tho bulb growers a much Letter foundation( from. t'.rs broadcajitlnx, an add,... ever the rll
cent J npnd at home. a S C C C S C S S a police today. I Ii of Florida carry out these points | which to start. ever broadcul radio.
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in FRIDAY. MARCH 2&. 192i.g ( i iLsdoi

: ; a5tszs!s stsdsrsrsrstsrsrsrs! !!Ii55c.58c.5! : I5! ifs BROOKER Winter Haven Story's, Inc r.AIIES: PEOI'LENERVOUS ,I JJY PURIFICATION l
g owners of the !Story's Shoe thee .AM HESTLESS I

.., JMr., B.llla.t hen, announced today the early establishment will tell 1
Hi.: ",-r. Man h Any physician you ti .
I 1 Bradford High School Journal J :. >-r. **t Kendrck. .as hire lat : of a large shoe store 1 Gas pressure I in the abdomen "I'vrf"tt' I'ur.l'Jltlon of the -

Me., .k visiting relatives. in Haines City and n third store in I causes a re tlek-. nervous feeling lent ic :Naune's foundaton ".i' 1

;i ;0 I.. A, Brown and von Artfor 1 1Mcie Bartow as a part of its plans for I""'! prevent- letp.J Adlerika removes fed 1I"lIlth.'h not rid >",,Puf

visitors t" :M.irM ;M"nd.ij.I. '. expansion" this year. andbrings ehrnnit ":":ineiilthut. an MI''I
M' MATTHKWhMM> .sTLfSBFUf.: Oil.r.KIFtlN. VM". I II.I *| "in t. Ji gas in ton minutes
.n f.ENE ., U. Gainey, was a business visitor vitality ? Purify
1.eeuNa filter Athletic bditur: J..k.! I li' r JfjQ mining/ your yo.r
r |= .danrdn- hid :fvJK to Starke Tue da)'. Tallahns-ee-Fl.ri' la's first fish! (( out nurpri-inir, : amounts fold entire systchi by taking a th r -

\I ; f fe l>r. W. Middle-ton, "of blacks, hatchery is successfully: on its way waste mutter you never thought ''M.UMC, of Calotubs,-once or t\
/ I f A .u, rind so lie ('Ucthe -tranl'1I.t wan a professional, visitor here nceordirs! to Shell: Fish Commis'ioncr was in your 1I v-Uni. This excellent 1 a week for several w'ekti-lIntj
thiiname. ff
men hu found
Loui'e Siii'Jur., "" Tuesday morning T. P. Hodge The hatchery: intestinal, evacuant is wonder- how Nature rewards you '',\'
f L. R.: Gainey and S': M. Mott which was established at Welakaa heulth.f'Hlotub'.
:{J fur for constipation or nil ide stomach -
eta i d'e7. 1 Filth Grade made a business trip to f'hicfland] I. .* a result of cooperative! efforts with ) are the greatest( ifistom ,
I ISt2,25257Sds
[}: ; trouble 1)'"n't \\.i-t Get fan ,
tirk1 Saturday night. a
There vi'TrtlnrUen jx-a-on f the federal< and state governments -
to Chautauqua bought r oy th", Mr. Mph Hazen was visitor t", was openul! vv th a batten oily or tninctnit jit HEAL Ad- package cintnininre, full directs. ,

fifth gruile. Many of 1.I..t! nrhildrcn :{J [}: Starke :Monday morning.Mr. of 40 hatching jar..., facilities \lerika action. .' : "-id. 1 h I'v :Mitchell'drug .price 3"; cts; trial package 10 ,'I

from this grade went it [}: Grady Baxter, of Jacks.it.' tare for several million at a :harge- Store I At any drug store. (Adv.)

I different times.. We all enjoyed villa spent part of last week with,
I the attractions put on during the C his parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. J. D ; '

I week and hope they will returnto ; i Baxter. Three Real Easter Bunnies
.Starke next year. I Messrs. Carl Orvil and Roswell Here
-- Ward, of Jacksonville spent Sunday
The "picture club" ha a new t with their mother, Mrs. T. P,
c2ss picture hung in our room this week.It I ,7S752S25ZSZSZ2525Z525'S252525iJamesJ1ern11 Ward.

1r CUT is a copy of Landsecr's "Victor : I weigh three Quite a number of young folk:>
PHYSICAL Kl>. PERIOD [ of the the GI<'O." It was framed" pounds more than you do. enjoyed a surprise party at the .

c During the past week our physisal by Mr. Hoover and<.l we all feel Merrill--Aw, ;.you're\ cheating, ,home of :Mr 1 *. R. J. OlhviT Fndu

I i education period, usually for proud of It. you got your hands in your pocket night.
d minute was mt down U ,, :Memri. Wilbur and, J D. Rime-
ty-five John-Why Is an empty purse c'her-Paul you are a die
ten minutes. This enabled u- tget < of Worthington( Spring- were her,
always the same ? grace to the room coming t')
tl in an extra period before din I| Hill-'Fraid I can't tell you.JohnWhy school with you hair not combed Saturday evening.
I* and to get out at three o'clock Mrs John !Shriverpent Frid.i'!, .
ner :; because you DK! yog have a comb?
for thi! In Starke. She wa accompaniedhome
in the afternoon, in time
change in it. ma'am.
] No
!'au- ,
any .
.. tl afternoon Chautauqua, which mont ----- by her daughter Mi1" Marguerite '
.. )Due t'i, I don't Tl'al'her-Why didn't you us e who the wm-k-'nu
.tt of the Rtudvnts. atti-ndul Lady to Bobby-If you I father's comb ? spent
this period we have much noise at your here.
the cutting of quit making so
: 'aul-He had hair ma'am.
drm nu reports this week from the us- this party I shall\ have to send you no Royce Gainey and. Gradv Baxter

semhly or from the club, all10 home. I Colored Mammy-Awe, wants r a spent Saturday in Lnvvtov

do nu'etlnVK were held.S I I [Hobby (pulling out his invitation ticket fn1 Florence.
111 I I I' Death of Mrs. .J. H. Kelley
Well it here that minute'
)-- says Ticket Agent (after ten
'tal' ll!<;i! SCHOOL ;.' (PEES: I I can stay from two to five o'clock. I of looking over railroad guides) The death. nnireli ited then, .
I Iadc of J. II. Kelley Saturday afr-
: Once moro we ure beginning t i Trav,'lcr-Your son just threw : Colored js Mammy.-Cher thar settin' and took away the h.-}1'., fA f..

> count the days until the end if. a stone ut me. on the fence.English and mother. !She wax laid t'. r. -'
ingam school not that we dOli'enjoy\ g' I j Pat-Vid he hit you ? I II !Sunday': afternoon in pnlan. < "n

ing to sihool oh, of course not. i Travdlro. I I'rtf..bllor--CoJT1P prpiired ". tery. She leaves to mourn her ,a' itn

I I'at--Then hu wu n't my son.Sixth tomorrow for we shall ta'w' her devoted husband, and nine i>lii i\
"Dav I -.
1110 The juniors arc taking up the life of John :Milton. dren, a }large number of .th..r '. 'I-
it t id COf>(,,'rfieM" in class, they an-! !' Tirade. I .-- tives and a host of warm fri.'nd* rr. )
themselves three week:* ___ __
allowing Is in now.
i The Chautauqua PINE CASTLE
,r t groS for study of this novel us it H All of us that can go listen to MRS. ELIZABETH: C.ILLIUCI

be rather long. <:.tures. If we are able to th"l Pine Cattle March 2'i.; -Miss Luc'ille !

nutwrit "French en the lectures we get five Hall spent Sunday! with IttH' Mrs. Elizabeth Gilliard 79, pa5t- t
I Tho seniors are in ntudmif clans. No )Uora,, I on our history or English. So we I II cousin \II.M; Ruby Harvey of Hamp. ed to the great bl''ondloncJa; ;; (t.j
iv'rtvonri Short .Stories" French atones I all try to go as many times ton. night March 15th, at the home .if

just because they are they are possible. a.1 G!,.... "'. Sheffield was a visitor her daughter :Mrs. Elithia Narmon
C11 desn't necessarily mean We are now studying about > to Sturke one day lat week. The deceased 1 was born in Bullock .

banned from the tlass room. I great men of Am..rill.luch 114 F:. J. Dowhng, of Starke, was avisitor county, Georgia April 7th, 1S47!) .,% i-? : ? .n.
assembly meet. I poets, and art painters. We are at the homo .f ;Mr Rogers and< was a devoted Christian being % .
As there was no "Ifenlth Poster". member of the Kingsley Lak..
}beginning on our Thursday afternoon. a
the juniors gave
QI mif March"Rc'l 17' Hos" ut the meet I I now to see if we can't win the ;Mr. and ;Mrs A. C. Hall) and.] Baptist church for fifty years. She : -

their play 'I prlz d"ultht..rs.fyrti'I' and .....gie. had< been in declining health for .
March 2t. _
tuba.Ia leg spent Sunday with their son and] the past five years, the end was not

I the freshmen are reading < Seventh (;iradeThe dnughter-in-luw; and Mrs; A unexpected.
ropeiChan "As yes You Like It" In class. Th.-y i greater part of our members II. Hull of Waldo. She leaves to mourn her, om s : da

: like it fairly well thank enjoyed the splendid l programs (i. W. :Sheffield and Mr. Kog r+ brother Lewis Wilkinson, of Jack. ,
/ ist, ,reem to en by the 'hautauiiln.| Some Iliv-I, were attending to busines" in Waldo sonv/illu/ ; one son, Lewis Gilliard zr.ttf
Depa you. and girli consider lectures Saturday evening also of Jacksonville; and fiv ,

Chair The seniors have begun their and tedious hut these were not that Miss I Lucille ]Hull wall n visitor daughters! Mrs J. E. Matthews, .if, .

fatal search for a play, we haven't, yet kind. They were. interesting as I to Hampton Ileuih Sunday eve Bluefil'ld'a... Mrs W. H. Jona
folio been inforiiK-d of their selection.All I'well as enjoyable.We ning. and Mrs. H. :M. Inghram' of Jack.,

ltaso have been having/ ,, -rie< Oscar Kstes: of Wuldo, was u sonville, :Mrs Elithia Norman and w
heavy the students! seem to be enjoying of spelling! mutches. ThUr"JI&y.1, visitor at the home of A. C. Hull Mrs.: Riley Norman, of Starke ala. '!

tdbaci our forty-five minute rev ;March .1!, we were against cue day lust week. several grandchildren and great;
i.blsonsible I less, uftcr having missed it for grade. At the end of u /given time ;Mr. and Mrs.I Thomas K.: Oldham grandchildren.

cft nearly a week._ we were aheud; ut the end of a of Jacksonville) was in our 'eetl..nThursday Interment was in the family lot

) What\ is worrying the juniors lengthened timeve were even.March afternoon. in Dyal cemetery, Rev. J. T. Barne- J
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worms banquet is not feeding ; IS I we were against the Albeit Stringer, of High Springs, Dialing. A large number attended --- "
which. about their feeding themselves J Eighth, grade: at the end of the -pent Thursday here. with friend*. the funeral of the deceased GAINESVILLE'S GREATEST STORE = '
but == :
with g given time we were found.! iiheitd.! ;Mrs Dvnnison and children, of who numbered< her friends by her -- f

ye or We are still getting( compliments (lir"c'r-You want u job th ? !D. Hampton were in our section Saturday acquaintances. Practically all If> ill j i iI
the lai on our play of the 12th. afternoon. the family was at the bedside when
tell lies ?
for at j you Miss I Lucille Hall motored tn the end came. !
ilnn't want to Jlt-Xo, hut I'd be willing to III '
plants iof Of course we Hawthorne, Saturday, evening uni" I: r{
free' sound< disrespectful, but one of ourseniors Uarn.Mrs.. while there attended a birthdavparty. .MRS.!'! IDA J. !SXMLLEY I k ,

If th, did, not appear quite so dignified ; WawlinI, l have went. Thnt'-. \ I i 1
when she received a blow on :Mrs. Ida J. Swilley, age -41 died. 00
keep a Mr. and Mrs. Rogers: and fnmih II
it? -
the head, from u biukethnll: tit rotes wrong at her home in Tampa Fridav ii:Ali
pliortlynumber '
Tommy-Ycll., mu'am. wen* visitors' to Graham Sunday. ( 1 1i
However she- March the 19th after a short ,ill- 8
the other lay. ;Mrs.! Wnsdin Why Is. it ? Arthur. Simmon-., ,of \\111.1"l spent, 'n Ster .:i JS \
should w. ness.
looked stunning or /
urenorall very
Tommy -Itecause, you can'twent the weeK-c'iiil hi'i.' with his runsiilydv ( I I
stunned!? Mrs. Swilley wa a daughter fI '
of "' .
a poiir '
yet. I "I and Wilnert' ..' {
I Iond :Mrs. N. T. King. '
1> ,., \ \
0 poun. ii.(; VSheffield! ; WHt t ""lul-,,, tinjrliUHiiu'ss ." it: .,.. _'
slurs has been enjoying Hampton and was fnriars
pound F The physics : (l.riideAt ; ,
I JjJhlh in (iMini'iv ille Mnridity.Mlses ')
moletenbrlrl sumo" ",'IllI'rllII'nlll lately.We the last me'iIlK <.f the C'luli, '' : Ruby ,uiiil, j ,1".--it* :Mnv.ll faithful member of the Hampto. i .<:"fI... "--j I
wonder. why they Baptist church of which she became .... .' cal..l.lrc
i and sometimes 1"rt'12.! lU-'tt: ;, it Wit decided thaI JlII"V"" tend l Kilil:,f I "PieMitt' ...f ll.imptuti /;- ,
delight in their. experiment a member luring\ her 'irl] \ tJ )
1 tulle suih\ i' r
mixedtined Li'lin lieu Anihvwand ->,
] Lois
} fidley wore the t in--ts of :'oL" I.uII \ ;
it c-oiildn't! l>etieciiune hood 1 days. ,
we're sure i
wi l'ellJ'la"ninll\ get a program ., ,, hall ;Sun.: "1.1\, Ml .:ht.
hould they miss part of the ph/- of the I 'J lu'i, Bi'Hidea her husbandhe i i- ur- J hII
nlAfter fur the next nil 'tang ----
t sics lesHon. I Iioru :'olllnninll11, >'l''t''I! ,pre-. ,ident stjSnmm'10'I'll ; ; : \ iveil by four ions, Lertie Russell .__ m y Jinery !
('lyde and Wilson Swill nlthree
Conditionhe of the Club. TELIJGKAPIlViolin ; ) ; <
it. H. s. riiu.osoriiYGetting ,
broad I brothers E. J. and Joe King /If'

rate of zero on their report cards of Hampton; and Tom King, of

weight) i means nothing to It. II. S. "tu.I,';!. i Is Valued at $15,000 Tampa. j
should be Funeral services were held at'
and seven A debate l is. rivili/.ed "fuss." the family residence< Sunday after

n heavy i Seniors are-always IUIY'IOUS topass I noon at; three o'clock. conducted by Never before such selections have
the applic Rev. Shillings.! Interment was in
If cutplants i the. buck, unless it's a five. I ? Jackson! Heights: cemetery, with
the -pot. per F {+ .ys I ih N s sI Mortician; F. T. Blount in ch>irgv, been offered Women Shoppers of

ed. It shou There's} n world] of difference between Pallbearers were: J. P. ;Minton,

TOWS, mak "lItUII! !" anil,! ""tewe'!." I J. T. t'pton J. W. Williams W. P. I STARKE
touch tho ; II Griff. J. )U. Parker and A. R. Ate!.
No matter how old] 1\ frfshmotlmay II I ker. I

,PREPAREBOLT he, a .senior. thinks hi Ft ill g.'ts The deceased has many friend I ,

his nourishment from! a bottle. I, throughout the county who will r-- Easter Hats- '!'II

ON An "A" on the report ,curd i i. I I pI .ret to l learn of her death and who
1 i itend their sympathy to tin be
Cainesvilyean' worth two in the ulphalii't. :
-- S -- t I raved, ones.Peary's. III Here you find, Hats, that KO to the mart ,estivmos fashion for (
expo lt1 I'Rr! ( ) ntoM miSecimd I -: fi; III'S ---- -
vil in the 1 a't this! season. You will find very large ll.it or the small belling rib

the numbshibernation 4irndoWo I ion( Hat. Hats of crocheted itraw. ]UanjrkoKs; of
Son or
+ perlo viscu
are Kind! to nay tli.'l' ue h > I I
j1l: I 'ou will find the specially priced!
that in we cur) Health Booklet neur\ ""11't t' t ti i ,
been heavy It i 1M not aa good! as we \" ',ilil liki, .. Attractively Priced
at $7.50
1 $10.00 to
vll) activity, to have it, but with rxnnn. > inn" I $25.00 .!

tension enti we have to work more. { 3 a
two years ('nnib, ,,1 Torrid lilt is. bn. k i I' > I- iy x

critical weather per ha after n long illness 1Nf r '! Easter F rocks'I''I!

for cotton the plant past Ki-dgruve Third hns GradeLula gone to. T'ii i f j I fcr every day: and every part of the ,day Frocks with such a sty'b

months pa on a visit.flcorgia each model! true to its
the : Katherine Hnym's i- .,' -- type. Dresses of taffeta, crepe Elizabeth

fa I a tendenc alyeare sent on r.ccount of iIIl1l' II, t +; II riot: crepes and crepe de cht'nes."foIl will love this! collection of
i dry years IIj styles.!
in th The Story or Columbus j t

1900 1900, After II long time men though a i; Priced Sensibly at t 18.95 22.50 29.50 and 39.50 '
Providing; the earth wns round. Even whenthey

in previous thought so it was hard ti..

for Mayan. prove it. Hut nt lust n bray> nil' You Will Find
next to hat said he could nil n ..hi1l1prl'[ th, b ta Shopping A I'

rainfall."It unknown sea reach a land l knew ti,. a la a

seenu.the bo far to the (,('14t. Pleasure Here!
plant in, Some people made fun of tin' t tAn I

cotton in 19 sailor, but after a long delay u
that the chi good Queen. helped' him to get threi.,
orable to t small ships and he sailed away in.
boll weevil to tho west where no ship had cv.> arctic expedition> Is now being I / J.'lm/l '
that beeaus formed the American Museum of Oiolr
sailed before. This brave man wns by
'light injurj Columbus. his sailors soon wishedto Natural lllmory of New York City 1; lr\Al.iI .
the tendenc; come back and even planned to and George Palmer Putnam, the pub- I ce
llnher. to make pictures. Robert GAINESVILLEFLORIDA
kill him, but he sailed on and on. J'onry (shown above), a son of Ad,
At last he saw an island} and later J w. 1!. Poach, Brooklyn Heights. Texas, .la shown with him s..oulneOaspard mural! IVary. who discovered the "
found larger ones. He thought Wuffo Pruccar violin, said to be 410 yean old and worth 111,000. I I North Pole" will accompany the I" ___.
Indies Tpara art Mid to lie but tour of these Instrument in u1ate_ 1+artY
they were part of the I -

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1 ,LL..; FINANCIAL! i.Kiiiva STATEMENT REPORT: COUNTY Males in the hope of catching Huhn other members of the gang by pho- was captured the following morn St. Petersburg-Possibilities that Palmetto-Traffice signs/ to be Sanford-New tourist hotel will
FUNDSMorlhly >> before he liud! time to "cover up" tofrraphri as the men who held ing. :March :20! 1925.! I the brick masons of this city would placed, at Intersections throughout he erected l hero.

I !Sheriff Is Surprised th"11at bay with Runs while the Continuance of trial/ ) dates! kept the
" fiimncml, ntntrmtnt' nf Itrulfoti' ) 1'11)1',11'n... being plaied illI wait-/ go on a general strike loomed last business district will be install. Tampa-Plans/ under way forfutonontg
County' fur the. month' nf .Itltiuur, l"ri"' "Huhn[ will not come thin way, I Huhn a prisoner in the county jail; I when contractors are said ed here under orders" nf tho _
be mp: car The arrest .f the men followed city : son< tructnn of pros
of thnt .
General you i ran sure Too
Fund many 4."III111iiiSiOn.
YO.r; Hnl Ffb 1 J. 1'i.n\ lIJo.II 1 I people' know him in this section, shortly afterward. here until a few months ago, when ''to hate refuse* Lo raise the winrscale l ln""< ,d I mumripnl hospital. ;
IGrevIi'|>t. duung iiHmtli 1, .4H."IIWarrant New Trial h,> was convicted' and spntonred to I from $12 to $11 t 10 day. (GE
and his Recommended SEVEN
,mit uvil during, niuntli. unexpected break for liberty >4>4>4 4>4>4>*4 4 4 -
6UG IJ > >
>4 4 .
t .\ Hal March 1. HUH' .. _______ 078, 711 is evidence< that ho was being Huhn was tried in criminal court 10 years imprisonment. JudgePet, :( t > >4>4> 4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>........je............. I1of
Kissimmeo A Kelli"rf
i.,. Hal lib.Pine 1,and 11U6 Forfeiture-__ .'_nn Fond__ 1751)16) ussisted, by friends and his every and sentenced to 20 years imprisonment. teway granting clemency in view "drops", :; new will "Pence!s I, ,w..trp.., and,

Krcviliuft,', luring month u..u_. 2&O.U7 move is well planned." Sheriff I Later tho grand call of county imprisonment and, his be ready, to "cut over" Saturday I ForSale-- I Z I oit or mid,y
I>iMburtnuut' ''' duriiuc" month -- Jill.41 Heirs said ]late yesterday! The jury good, behavior. Since then he has .d On.
f Hal' March 1. 11126 __.._._____ 1710.42 sheriff and his deputies! expressed ed, Huhn before it and later recommended been held in the county\ jail awaiting W. P. Cirtninn, plant lIupl'rint"lhd'nt 'i'a'l't! ',set to
Road Fund of the Osceolo Telephone companv .. 'Vlning'
,II'. Hal. F'b. 1. Hurt ____...._____ 884(117( surprise at the escape of Huhn, in I that he he given a new arrival of the prison authori I announced today. '" I Plee
I'" Rpceipla during' monthLbunsmonta n.__... 2MJ 4J view of his record while held here. trial. The new trial was granted Lean Hanlp< r>l. 28 and! 32 quart Lots of less long'
1> during month .. 8Y .OU by L. ties.AI II.{ 20 cents ; than 25 at Eight
J. j ;
.t Outoandlnc IndebtxInMaBal. I March 29, 1924, Al house and Judge Gibson. Approximately I House, Lester Oildrn and Tampa-A man said, by his rom- << each. 25; for $1.75 ; 50 for( $9.00 ; 100 or more ,et. to
Feb. 1. IMAReceipt ..--_-------- his of which a year after the robbery, John Kennie, convicted of pnrticipn. puniona to be Urock Brown, 3:1: of (@>17 l-2c each Car lots( 6 to 8 I rotor
- : during month u____.. 1926 I I (gang bubo was a Huhn was released) on $10,000 bond, tion in the > delivered at thousand 15c each ; i I "
Diaburocmente during month13u1. .. I| member, entered the Hav.A.Tampa [ same robbery now are Akron Ohio, was drowned here in I your station. __ 4)gi
March 1. 1926 ___.,_____-- 19.26Widow' I' cigar factory and with pending new trill. Upon his re. at Raiford, House serving a 99- the HilNborough!': riv'r'h..n ho attempted I: .I
escaped lease -
P.n.loo I officers( trailed him. With. year sentence. As a fugitive from ,' ,
to swint the J.
across L.
a payroll of { The "stream .
$24,000. men were in HARRELL I'I" I
Bal. Frb I 1. )VMReceiptna J27 BO a time he joined AI House '
--- justice Huhn Is.the I Imf'mbT
during month __::..._ 190S I not( masked and several employes and drove to the House remaining answering a challenge!': to a "dare" I 'I"
Pmbumeinenui" during month .. 97.00' hang-out on I of the gang At He went down within BO of \
later feet the
. Bal. March 1, me ____.______. 49 68 identified House, Huhn and Central avenue where the gang I Tampa Tribune 1'\Tge'-j shore. Law tey, Florida. '
Afrleultur Fund I 4>4>....4>>.4>><>.4 4 io'hri
Bat Feb. 1, HUH ___u......... 4U." -- -- >> 4> .4>.4F4>4>>4..4>4>.<>4>4>N...e.>e_>.<..... .. !
Kecplpt, during month __.___., 16,87hubumrmrnut ---- -- - -
during, month ._
Bal. March 1. 10.18 ..._______.. 611011, .- -- _E=="" __ __ _

Bal Feb. 1. 11126 BuildingFind__ __.______._ 7.68KMIMPU I With every day bringing the hot, sunny sum ----= =-_ eta ut .r
during month ______. ner. days closer, the woman of fOTl'slght.-tho r rr

.Dwbnmementa March 1. during 1WJ6 _.month__.____.mm.. '.68 woman with the ability to prepare for a condition 'I
March 1, 19 d. before it arrives-is carefully treating her

STATE BRADFORD FLORIDA.COUNTY.. skin to make it immune to the summer discom New EASTER Lids

1 horebr certify that th. forgoing. Htate- forts the careless woman knows during tho hot A

and men against of the the Receipt funds of and Bradford Warranta County I.. months because she makes no effort to prevent As Low As $2.00
laP month of February. HUB la true and them.We .
currf-et to tho Mt of my knowledge and :;
belief have a complete selection of fine quality, Peek Realty Co.

,. Clerk O. of W.the ALDERMAN Circuit Court. well known preparations that are a wonderful

I ? Bradford County t I aid to beauty. There is no reason why the careful -
I I woman cannot have a skin as smooth and You'll find all the new spring styles in
fair in the summer as in the winter. Creams all the
new spring
I I and lotions, applied regularly will do much here. waiting fry u
i lUlx.rt of the Clerk of the Circuit Court j to prevent sunburn-which is They're all aces men, but it won't nn
in and for Bradford County. Florida, rm infinitely more FARM LANDS cost Tel
anything to look
ii i account of Taxi aueaaed for the year 1930. I to be desired than trying to remove the sun- at; them, Of course .Ins'
E.: W. HAYES Tax Collector burn. Powder that is fine wo also carry our regular
i soft and adherent
Improved Farms conservative
Turpentine and Timb
Te Braifardl CountyC.unly er Lands Residences in Starke n'V
i Bllildlq
iI Prepar and! rouge that can be artistically applied line of hats and!
so as Lots for Hemes ,
To bal due Prb. 1. 1UJ 8 _.________. 8110.23By I to be and Business Lake Kin sky Waterfront Lot*. cap NI
....t. collected"" ..__nn IGII. a undectectable even under! the bright rays I' ,
of the sun, are beauty aids that woman our' ,
To bat March 1. 1928. n_.____"IflloToO lor
I Fin and Forfeiture Fund. should carefully consider.Mitchell's ,,1
To bal due Ffb I, 1V2S _.___..... 1822 04 J. M.
By arau eoAleciod _u_____.... 81.75To. Drug Store Alvarez

I 1 U.I.. due March 1. 1028. __.. 1790.29County Th.

I To bal. due Feb Read 1. t9l6 and__Bride._____. T2R8.19 -, -,-,- ...,-.---,-.-.... .-.an._,... -....-.-,- -,-,- -, ... T -,- ... -.. _.. Store Where Quality Raka rml"" k
By a.>*. col.*.,tc
To bal. March I, 11)2(1( __________ 7161.20 GOOD GROCERIES
Road and Bridie Bonds
i To bal. due Fvb 1. 1VJ8....____82798.83 Just Arrived Strawberry and Truck '
By anit. collected .._______.__.. 671.44 If your appetite seems to be deserting ulr e
To bale) due March. 1. 1926 ....._32798.39 you try a change in your grocery store. FARMS' //I
County School
To hal due ri-b. 1, 11128! ......1822045 Bird's Twin Shingles You will like the quality of groceries Dresses TAX
By ami. collected .__u________. 81747 Arriving Daily 7Y tII
Green and Iced and vegetables from it
To. bah due March I. 1928 ____1790298Count '

Tn bal. due Feb. I I./JIM Polle____.___ 841.00 AlsoShingle OVERSTREETSWestern Mn.IniM.
By ant collected" ..______..... 11.00 The Colors, and ,
IJesign On improved: road short distance styles are d ,,

To ba. do. Total March Sob-School 1. 102* ...... 83000 AndPlain .- -,-.-.- .... .....-.------ ...- from a (food town and shipping prettier n' than ever before. 4)u 1c.
To bal due reb. I I. 1926 _______18388 s Roofing station 2 glory house well fenced ne have hose for every costume .i .
By _t. collected u__________ 279.30 in silk ,IIIn
Home timber and silk chiffon
in other word anal
To tia.1. dUe March I I. 1928 ..-...18088.75 Car in Stock Meats $2.00 pair ,also
Widow1. Peiulen Fond farm. Price only 1500. Term can per !! socks!! for
To bal. due IVb 1, 1928 ...... 91102 be the children.Marguerite's.
flT am*. ciec! """d .__________ 15.87 If you want real juicy steaks or chops arranged

To hal due Feb Bob-School. 1. 1028 Benda___.____ 895.15 Phone 124. We specialize in the best

To hal due Prb 1, 1926 .____.. 431828 I Phone 3 meats money can buy and sold to you
By _to collected. n_____._.____ 4963
at the most reasonable prices.
To. W. due March 1. 1928 _.__. 4283.72 I

I, Tn bal. due Afrirultnr....b. 1. 11)28\ Fund________ 911 02 QUIGLEY & DAVIS Variety MarketG. M.I I N MAN Shoppe I
By _to collected ___-,.-------. 15.87 J .
To bal due March 1. 1926 ______- ... i :
811816 .
(1. W. ALDERM\N '"" -- --- -.-... -.-.- -.-,-.-.. .. -. .. ... .
Clerk. --- --- ..
I'n By C. A. KNIGHT D. C.


l' WAT. TO From And STATE Eludes,\u't' PRISON ull'tIt Gainesville;: FARMIrnp : Do CKINGACCOUNT You Have ACHE Your INVESTMENT You and You n

9 9i HAD HEEN: TAKEN: Time fleeting.. 't'omorrow-next week

FROM: TUrp.J.lI.1. t -next month-and next
e your-como
t and tire gone while one still plans to
I,. Companion of AI House. Under start action for that "someday" of ease

,r Sentence" of 10 Yenr:: In Why Carry a Wallet or a purse comfort, ,peace and plenty.
Payroll Theft. filled) with money, subject to The YOU of today, in the full power of
earning capacity, is
loss1.1 responsible for the
A Tampa. March 21.-"Uiir Paul" YOU of tomorrow when earning ,

Huhn, Ilav-A-Tampa payroll robber ,' A Check Hook ismethod so f t! You hate made home in Starke I is decreased.Heed ability
jour and in
escaped from O. II. Rogers easyhand are, a sense, an investor
," state prison agent early yesterday such a safe in the welfare of the town. ,_ these I words from the pages of ex I
i i while enroute from the Hillsboro ling personal finances besides ?.1 t perience. Call it chnrity-but start to

1 ugh county jail to the state prisonat you will have a receipt for the The merchants of Starke have also invested here to grow and to help day for the other mlI1-t the YOU of to-
Raiford. to the local town grow and thrhe. .. mon'uwto
t Reports your transactions. : that he may live in comfort
+ sheriff's office revealed that I nnd( without
They are instrumental in to Starke Worry.n .
nt escaped Gainesville! from the "convict being stated caravan! that" ;, I Come in and start your check- .y will mean growth and prosperity.So bringing. new : that Spend hank] I the less difference.than you make t"dllY-lln l

shots. fired, Huhn without ing account and once have I We pay t per cent
were you
nt then it is
a mutual investment on saving
t between all of u-. accounts or certificates
effN.t. Whether Huhn was ham l. I I it t, you will! never want: to be t posit I of de

cuffed or whether the car in whichhe without its convenience and You can count on the merchant s to uphold their end but they must ,,

;1 was riding was moving nt the I safety. hate jour help-jour patronage in order to make our investment!
f time could! not he verified late last pay. I
though it at first
night was reported
that the two escorting officers I 4'C

i iI had stopped in Gainesville; when I I BRADFORD COUNTY
Bank of f
Huhn made! his break for liberty. ,

Rogers", with another state of.ficers Ii I

and 12 prisoners, left Tampa II l BANK
-- -
lute Friday! fur Raiford., The ex.mt I I -
I t hour of their departure was not .Bank.IH.lpfuIS." ,;.." Guarantee Your Share By "

Known, according, to the sheriff, as I We Pay 4 Per Cent On Saving I Keeping
such moves are kept secret. The" Bradford County' financial LI
I Your Money Here
prisoners i were placed, in two ant Right STRONGHOLD
mobili with an officer in each ear, I
tnroute to the state prison. Ths\ Established 1889 i
iF :first report to local authorities was I

sent by Rogers after his arrival i atKaiford -.-.-.-.-.-.-..-,-.---.-.-,-.- ... ... .-.--.--..-..-.--__._._._._._. .. .....,_ ___.._.......
" or ..... ...... 1 1i
, yesterday afternoon with .-.-.-..-.-.- .. ....
", the other I
Sentenced to 10 Years. INSURE TODAY So Satisfying Why Trust To Luck?

Paul" of AI House[ andfomictoij 1
"Bio pal
For that twixt-meal emptiness nothing If
bandit, was sentenced recently you buy a tire here it's guaranteed !
to 10 years in the state prison I is so satisfying as a rich, creamy dish ofCorpening's But it isn't luck if it runs you thousands! MaterialREFLECT

f bv Judge Pettewav for conspiracy ice cream with a "dip" of of miles more. No Sir! They're built

In the $21.000 Hav-A.Tampa The time to buy insurance is before you your favorite syrup or fruit juice crownthat way. :Made to stand the gaff. It pays [ 'HIE: NEW SEASON
being the last of the ing its glory-When passing our place to buy standard
robbery, one W2ll-known! tires
have need for it-then it is too late. I An i
the court. a morning 9:30 to 11:00 afternoon important display of
House trans; sentenced by some : or some not trust to luck with cheap makes. new fashions in
, He has been a prisoner In the cou n. have insurance for all purposes in the 2:30: to 5:00: -drop in and try SPECIAL SEn'IC"NU material-Materials never before asses

ty jail for nearly two years old reliable companies. A phone call a dish. Ice cream is a health food, you ACCESSORIES; ciated with our popular! prices. Of beau- I

Sheriff Heirs said yesterday that'' will place me at your service to discuss know prescribed by many physiciansfor FORD ('.\ns. TRUCKSTRACTORS tiful |tiality-in glorious colorings and
Huhn, while imprisoned, there never the undernourished. designs( expressing all the dash and
had a single black mark for his your insurance needs.INSLUANCE The best milk-chocolate dip or soda in sparkle( that vivify the SPRING[ season. ,.
jail Conduct. His quiet manner town. COME:\ IN.STUMP'S.
was even more evident when he re.ceived .
hU sentence without a word. OF ALL KINDS
Since then Huhn'a chief remarks Corpening'sDRUG ._ --. ':

has been: "Hurry and take me to

I3 this Raiford prison and sentence.let me start servi ra gHarold[ C. Wall STORE J. W. Andrews Jr. STORE I

Authorities throughout the southVo'l're THE NYAL STORE i

being notified yesterday ofIIuhn's I (Formerly Inman & ru ) Day phone 14 ht 120 FORD PARTS AND :
: Pone FORD I
escape and linger!!: prints I = .N" I

photographs and descriptions were i

being: forwarded to neighboring ._
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FRIDAY MARCH %&. I92tf.t .

y,5a ff--' '' 7 "::00. m | able Mrs J. C. Wills 3-5-tf! tied woman. for general/ hnuii No 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. i I ItnmUtratrlx'I'I Thl. lath day forthwith.I of March. 1R2$.
c.a..t: The .Junn.r ('hri> .tan Er.irasoSocu'ty -. work. and to help with small childrcn T. J. GRIFFIN. Agent. 1 Mltl'I I. BI.ANCR'tRD149St1lt. AdmiaiatntrI'olilical
: mwt at 2 o'clock p m. !FOR SALE-Large: amount of Good niton. room and l ,
w.- m Th" !Senior; Christian Endeavor] <'orn. See D. I. Amen, on formerJ. board. Apply I at once /giving rei- Kali's C atbare rh I
el.1Pi. ofiety, meets at 6:45 o'clock p. m. I' M. Alvarez plate west of erencen.Ir: I.. ('. Lee, Doctor's I Announcements

.: The r cxi-'UtiM rommittee mete the Starke. 212tf. Inlet Fla. 3262t.t2OTICF.Thl' rYL[+e.:,'ems. ...;_.A.......__ & Rh J .a'II.......'.i",ului, whdt it Tu I tht. mfx-ratic voU-rii of Dnutfi
first, :Month, .f earh. ,month at 7'10, --"- ---- t.-I.' '. asscsucl1vCar'rh I County I tnt. thin method of annfiunr."
,.. .t : a
--n. .r'I't. 'n candidacy for the ofTlctt of R.oI..nt
....... 29NKr. P. m r OK RENT-Two rooms near highway :-': miMIc of Ptark!= \ 1'asa41'.M.srlher my the If tli-cted. I promimfaithful and %
A ujriliul, ; ) "invitation ic etl'nd..j west of Dr. B:gg's new of.fice. It gives" wo"J.iiu.: result. All fuirnt', service I Bollrtt your MufTrAK.
Fla., l Is notified to no attcntion
to all to attend these services. Mrs. Letie/ Stilley. It* pay Druggists.: m-ipoctfully. 'r. a PINHObSTElKfitice I
to the slanderous report
Kl '1C 1 :II MOSthSS) ; 'JOtAKI I SUlul.,;.' ,(hn<>l, 1000/ a. m CHRPsTIANThere I; which are being circulated, F. J. CHENEY & CO. ToleJo, 0 -To the votem of Bradford com".
; ) ('LULLA4emhers Morning' worship, 11 I :00 a. m. FOR nE Two-room furnished against in bv some individual ,, I ly: I.m. candidnte. for fb.pre...mtatl\.
downstairs apartment with private In the LcKinlaturo from Bradford County.
I IJ Y. P. 1 U ervu c 6:30: p. m. Mr and! :Mm. Bert Boirart. NOTICE' TO DFBTORS AND CREDITORS FVnvMTatie
the Primary Election
Mibjcct to
will be the
preaching bath: F. A. Scott 3.20-lt.
of the Aftcninon llmiirc ,
Evening worship. 7:30:: p. m. strangers In Starke. 3.261tOLO I to be held In June. IH28
Club were delightfully ctite-rtuinfJ Mid-week' service \Vudni-sd.ty. Starko rhn tian hur< h Sunday GEORGE F. YOUNG. Lawtry Fla.
Tuesday by Mr. C. A. Kutth at her 7':'tO morning and e'l'nllllIarch: 2Hth i FOIl RENT-2 rooms for light Notice I Is hnbx "hen l Iht all creditor.
p. m. All i invited 1 to ... '= black with taatm. d..trtbut..e., and all pcrnonii h.vInic ..,. If a candidate
attractive home on (all htrctt. "'It invite you to worship with arc- < .me.'GENT housekeeping; I furnished bej- -Two cows! one cUimn utiiut the route. of B. L. for I nnminHtinn hfi-i-lijr announce to the> office of .
The ruornu in which the card tab. us. room; also garage. Mrs. Higgin- white face, one red with white Blanch di-crani-d,. late of Bradford In the _tate Iritialatur. from repreaertutiv Bradford -
Jew were arranged!: were decorated, botham, Darby house. spot on head both branded with county am brrfl.ir required to present the undrrlinned their- county aubject to the aetioo of the
and basket of cut 1 It* horse!'hoe. Strayed away about .1.1_ duly authenticated from to d.a. or this rii-moermtie primary of JUDe 8th If ol.en'rd
vu ('H i A within one year I saute the pvorl of thla. county eam-
flowers] with potted plants CHRISTIANMeets WORD the 15th. of March. Reward o!. nutic will indrbtfd b. held to In aid bar. state thereto. ,arc and required .11 set and enneclenthuw .wrvle.. I
persona A. J. THOMAS
At the conclusion of the game'; LOST-One munch of three small ;,; feted for return or information. to pay their" aid dull. to Mid 8 1-
prizes were awarded. Mrs. II. II. every Lord's Day at 10a. COLUMN I keys wired together. If found Mrs. W. E. Taylor Box 574,

Young as holder of high score wm m., for Bible study and Scriptural I I please return to this office for tarkt'. Fla. 326lt. ..... .. .. ..,- -------- --
Riven a lovely bud! vase, while Mm.'i Communion I KOR SALE Some nice, gentle reward. 3-28-1.
'! I, Uuinwrifht: received deck grade Jersey heifers fresh. N. FOR RALE-Goinjr north in May B'IrrElrCIJi11GING !
of cards, an holder of second high' PRESBYTERIANSunday D. Wainwright Starke, Fla. 3- WANTED-Wood choppers and and not wishing to drive will I

Delicious refreshments of sandwiches 192t.. i I block sawyers. Highest market sell my Chevrolet' F. B. four passenger Oa00ao O O-o o
cake and orangeade were school) at 10:00: o'clock a. I ; price paid J. C. Sellers, Lawtev, cheap or will exchange
nerved the (guests during the social m. Preaching service... at 11-00: a. m FOR RENT-Well located storeroom Fla. 3-26-4t' for land in or nearby Starke. J. r Guaranteed
hour. and, 7:30: p. m. I at 9th Street and Railroad I :' II. Lord. Madison and Bay Bta. Hours
All members and a few friendsenjoyed Prayer rnet'tl Wednesday at I opposite station, rental reason- I WANTED-Reliable girl or set- 3-28-tf. 8 Service and

this delightful. social court/ .. _.
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Service; Satisfaction
say .- .. . "- I I 'OUND-Pockt-t book on Cherry

.....tr., ST. PATKICK'S KPWOK1II LEAGUE PMtTY GIVEN Will Wear Them Easter !street describing Owner purse can! and have same contents by Stern's GarageAgents
BY Milady
I on .I.Ir. and paying for adv. Call :Mr

On Saturday evening the E|>- Duke. : EXIDE Batteries Phone 87
hoateva tn iU<
worth League was
_..._ _
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members and members of other FOR R A L Chrysanthemum a.-a

organizations arid few friends at plants large exhibition varieties. .- --- ------- ----- -- ---
at the Club Colors, white, also''
I at St. Spatrick's party/ flesh pink + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ++
1t house same yellow. Price fl 1.00> per doz +
1i The green ribbons and hamru,'k en. :\Irll. N. I). Wainwright
I decorations gave true, Irish atmo- Stnrke Fla. 3-2i3.tf : NOTICE :
phcre to the attractiveness of the *
': Club house, and mirth-pro-
many I.OST-A small black purse, containing *
t yoking (games and contests were four one dollar bills and +The Inter-State Commerce Commission has ruled that

r enjoyed by the ueBts. Late In the some change, and a Chevrolet +we can top ice green corn with as much as 7500 poundsto +
evening ifrncn and white Ice cream witch' key, near Hoover Bros, + the car. This is all that is necessary. Get your corn +
r It and, wafers were served the jjueHts, .. Studio Reasonable, reward offered +planted early ; Plant Trucker, Snowflake and Diamond +

b which numbered about fifty. v for return. Apply to Brail- +.Joe, fertilize heavy and cultivate. __ +
Is the second odnsion on rkL
n This ford County Telegraph. 3-20-11 +
which the different organization' + J. HARRELL J
have entertained; each other nnd,
SCIIF.nri.ENiw +
ttC was thoroughly enjoyed, by all thoiiii!! + Lawtey, Florida. ++
prisent.HONOIl. -. time table ef'eitno t i 12:01: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

: ROLL Hilt ('Hit.. a. m., December 20th, 1925 ___ _-_ ____ H___ ------.--
IH KV8 KH'NDKKH KOM No.1. Jacksonville to Tampa i-
due Starke, 12:25: a. m.
The Children's Toundt-rs, Roll i ir, No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due
VQ Starke now number four, thre! Starke. 12:52: p. m. DESK BLOTTERSWe
to others having contribuU-il then No. 15, Jacksonville to St. Petersburg -
101.r. dollar to the Stone! Mountain Me due Starke 12:22: p. m. I I
mortal/ and Ct: of a Confederate they desired ..n. ; Palm Beach due Starke, 10:02: 0'1, from the local printer and a call on !Phone 99 will have
Kit rolli-d in the Book of Memory. Thi! m. I one or more delivered to you, at jour place of businessor
u.I roll in open to white boys and girl' No.2, Tampa to Jacksonville due home.
Cbf up to 1H y.rM of age who wish taid < Starke, 4.28: a. m.
In the construction of thin rer.at ) No. 4. Tampa to Jacksonville,
fojiV memorial. The honor roll now car % due Starke 4:20: p. m. ( J. R. DAVIS & CO.
Ilea the following names: /, f No. 301 St. Petersburg to Jack
heitdb Martha Urownlee-In memory 01 sonville, due Starke, 6:00: p. m. '
W. T. Weeks Starke Wannee branch. I' WRITING INSURANCE" FOR 10 YEARS

1,61 Milton Urownlee-In memory 01 I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m.

sibswt t J.Eunice M. Brownlw.Canova-In memory 01 A hat like thin, a droan like Y. M, 1 r, -- -- -- _

Paul) B. Canovii. this a Suit like thin and a. coat .. .)- .. .- .. .....- -. ..... -.. ...- woo -.- ... _._,- .... .-.-. .- -" ...
whi Mary Itrownlee-In memory 01 Ilk* thin-and lo, >Mlludy III all ,
WltJive N. A. Blitch. ready for the zephyrs of ye ." '' .
-- ----- A7 ttvcot coot, although ..:.e ,"r:/1
pringtidol (M+
the Messrs. Roscoe Mcl.ane, Spe : The hat soya Dame Fashion' ae r.vfilth hermruaa.u,. .. The S1CO One- Cent Sale. .f
Jones, of Cot on, Stutt, Hen oik an "sale '.
for I mum be trig and trim as it seacaptain1 LlOAa?' If a cout doe n.t hive i of Chiciiiro, III., upon L .
Burbrid, *
plarof I fr castle built to "" ditched 111: ** a. "J"o!*
10 days on a rumpintf t trip on IS runt. .
i.rCt r'l 2nd and 3rd
fIf leather any !gale snug fitting to thn nwngtrcriaU! : April 1st
ley lake, breaking!: ump Sunduj! xwa ,
I .\. '.. : *.
; the pate tilted over one eye port does hiiU 4110 f' : '_ *'e '
The party reported !good: luck will I ( ... ... I
keelshot purl felt or fubrlo.. This LliUtt, ItiiXlUl', cl > .i.r.&l.: .I.I \
the finny tribe, and an enjojubl! Straw
trip Mr McLano I IH an old real I.. I hat la of fine blink straw with the jtur'J CCt....., A Few Of The Many Bargains
'num dent of Stiirke, now miiklnK hi I black satin and guy.colored r .' i for Uv' f-iun/ !t'a prlrt: inlCM I
gene >o', 1'.1.: > ti M "Ii i :.1
home in Cocoa. and is nc<|iinintc<.I buckle. .uy
AO of a p with the ninny lakes of thm settlor.1 The suit trimly' tailored all a t'i.cr ".Uric1 t''ta!. y(!' r. It.j r:1; : Liggett' Opeke Coffee, 2 pounds for -79eLiftKctt's I It
pounmols I man'.. Is of hairline stripe blue even more snugly nn:nosh.:i for nIT.::. rfwri I'c'ln.I 1 !''' !:t.
Sarasota-II. Augustine )hii* bee 1 twUL Sally Mllnrlm. de.llJ er.Vlth tho suit lIJ'l'I >.1 I": J I'"L' Sl.I: cs\ I) o! I'It ""::!! U"c t
i : Opeke Tea, 2 packages for ______________________61e
for th .
fcrfh granted building permit tries the hip dart. to make It actually nets th. ?. .' :::1 .j rr J c'Ton! r- n.I
erection of a block of stores t, :
enedhou lym cost $10,000.: Construction is to begin I .. .. Liggett' Assorted chocolates, 2 lbs for -$1.01

'; ) Immediately. with completio I ..., .. .. .... ....
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At set for a few weeks. The buildini Georgia Rose Cold Cream Face Powder, 2 for ______________51e
condilhebr will be of cement blocks.

Plant City-Bank clearings hay, J Am The Life J Am The ResurrectionAWAKENING Cascade Linen Pound Paper, 2 for ________________________5lc
rate been showing considerable increaa, I
weigr for the past four weeks, due to th
shouli' heavy shipments of berries am. Cascade Linen Envelopes, 2 boxes for______________________46c
and si ale of vegetables to 3ft buyers 01

A hea the ground from northern, western; Pure Virgin Olive Oil, 2 for _____________________________$L19
the 8J and Tampa markets. ,

IfcJllantll Ocala-Ocala and Marion count:] Breakfast Cocoa, 2 for _2 I

rd.. It'roWII Is to be the future home of ono ol

Marlon Ohio's, most distiniui he touch citizens, l.r. George T. Harding, I I
father' vf the In'i rr"IIIcI'ntVnr..
I'REP fen G. Harding. Strawberry Raspberry Grape and Pineapple Jam, 2 for ---___49c
!1 BAPTIST ., t I Pure Currant Jelly, 2 for _46c

Galrywars' Ri-v. Ihmnns' ""tIM'''. 1'"-tor. (I I Peanut Butter, 2 for ___________________.:________________40c I III 1 1I 1I
< "" I4
.p tn .vr 'I i 1111': :MOV ir.s I ; .
th"a'mIdbern" ; "l.i-fs Cn"; I II I II

-t""b. Dorlnsr: the Winter months it i i8 I very easy, to find ex. I This is only a few of the many bargain' which yon will rind on this I

twmh.vttact. /l1,1\1".t, : 1\1'\ \ ; cures! for not attending church and most:" of us make : I I Sale. Look in our window for a complete '. ,

Louis! II. \1.1': I use of every one of them. Hut with the Spring[ there .

Mauler I rrt".!.nt- comes awakening of life, both physical and spiritual : I
jN; J'' TE01": 'I 1 III': i It'I'JIIElt'lLI.mBv : : I wltn I I! COME EARLY!
.".. the Ihom.is 1 1.inly Tlie urge, pulsing through our ViomtfMoods! us ;

10*al A M.MIS".M.I. ;NHH1'iiHluilioit; : ..\:S' renewed energnew hopes now plan and new life I t i I SALE LASTS 3 DAYS I

lb. Starring' 111..VN: <'1110; SW hl.T: ; With the bursting> buds, the;; songs of birds, the drone t tI :

qmotsa' .\ -tro-.od(; ,, ) n 1'Ultiu- I of bee, cornea! the desire to draw closer and nearer to I : I APRIL 1st, 2nd and 3rd ONLYMITCHELL'S ,

7N s.l l.UIu \Y I Roil Your soul feels the Diviiio urge and aspires to n I

i /A Terrific TIII'IUld"! "I' TlmiuliTin,,: fuller life, tilled! with purer thoughts, cleaner habits, a i I

Thrill- i better existence. I
Bon iui-\: : rs \in
M dln;, "("> <"l.C>:NK.: III III" t Church is tho school of the ,oul and now with Spring 1i i DRUGSTORE
,2r'I l tI'ISOIt.t"I.; : 01' 1'1'\VI';:: at hand put excuse: aside and attend this Sunday i ii
to i ,
MON:; U.\\':'IT J-'S 1 ll.VV : r.nster is coming and every man. woman and child t
lil.JoS111'1'1:1:; :; : : In ought to :seek the lloii-u: <"I't ilod: at this time. A weli !.- ,rsw.wMaafevtlgaphi
Iton "'Illl, .: I1IIII-; (.1 .\:'* I" I ores nwaits you this Sunday. i ,
It "Ith Edna Muriih* and) Iavid1Iiitgins. i It I i

tau I ,
A t'M\Lics: .\J..JJWl'L(1. : : I t ;kii
lewe.. /' C ..'tIH: -toiirthhip til Mile I e

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mnpnnd yintu
- COMMISSION raid rounty on puitt i",> ., "I '
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madelt nn
rli.. of Brmlfowl < .untv **n. iHlN IVo ".nd.t Ih.I.. .itJOM uu f..m. ,.1.

NOTH l HFKFHY fllVFN (tint. Ptir- yr> ami hnlf l I.u> conlninnvf > tiim: 1" ____ Jl-4l3i.il
of d..lh dntpd, In the I ft4mndf 1m, ) .n_ _____.. .._ n_ .. .U
Court I tncliutintrnnr note
"nun in thi nWn-r nf the Circuit ( '" 'lv mM* nr tin f'.mb.v y..fr
: mnl Coiii.lv Florida. rtnttil March Slrd. .hnlf of nliiittlnu ntrmt. whlrh ).vtttfriMniinl hv H. II "".kmfn. pa nbln t. MH n' 11n'' KSKMFVT5luh :

of ; '.'M in .that cirmln, raiiw now tlrr1" .t ,Ihe purttm hmt.t. nhul! MnrklMlfludvrmnnt:
ROYAI.r.plWK trfttfl I "f iwoxprrd In Ihi Civil 7. 112! .
I..nlinn In fhnm-iry whirrm' t. "1 .'n In puhl'r nn tln. CD"r :
: MMtkltTlF n tnlnnr hv n.I. ,h..\HNTTK. i.m-pittv, con\oyrd l b. K. of tfirorl f.r Piual Cmintv f"'f' '".. \ \ Dunlin .xp.ni. ... ,tniHii iii.-itinir. ----2.. _. I 8M
.nd IN thi. oinl! Vnitir. 'to 1 h \imrirun Num "f Kl\(. Sixty. and R
frl. Pin .n
hiB nit 8
Fn I.I".d .
irt .0
nn.l I I M 'HV I \HKI.\I.1 : ...tBl I TrnM r''tnnv, n <>o""ft.n, HAilniltitHtrntor inn pi.llurf """I. I: ,\. I'nrttor. nnd TOoordi \\ F Ti.nnl.. i'M,.nni 'r. .. m.\I.. 7.7.21. --

|.I'.A'. n n. Iho dif.ndantB. .n. Nn nf ihi Folnlo 1.". FMiirkillU 'd 'in orolirn .ludirmont Ink Fourpirn H ,\ WIH-IIB iKprmtitru.In' m.itlnu 7.7.2f. ... a.n'

local le'VI .:.''l.F. .h.. iititt*.wltfnM n. CnmmUnlonfn.nnmcl .. ft'-r.umxt t-v .Uol tlntMlpril *. 7T. of Iht, Curnnt 1'uhllc .". oft <- V rutcli' nalnrv ...v June- ..- ._. ._ .. .. T!"2laiilanl
nl.| ilicnHn.1 u nn.l C 1Pl 1" nt l rworit,* ,I tn 1'.1! H MikM, nn', f'..uhls M...ildnludhininf ,I'lHtarW '
In p.t.d the Civil Court 1 <' Oil <' (iBH and Oil. _. .. _.... _. ._ -IOp.
n.l .1 Urn I vind in
Hlr, c-tiM. will of fir t" .fl. pnptp ?**4, of thr rultlir | < TIT" .
I nt mlPtlon fnd outcry, Hi Ihotnurn for,I omit y. .'lorl.l. .1. .t K.Torl"otip nrrvleo. ..__. _... ...._.. lrtinltnumii

"ll. "f thr "u.f' (o.nl. CoartHniKp 11". folInwIfivT 1 IR".I m nK '"r County 1 um r.f Ki:I.hl Hnnitrpfl ...rl.f,1 \ I Concerning Our People Basinets and Florl.lii. llnrn i *4nH| { > 1,1. "
of Ft .10 '
In thiC I" 'f.bon.I. ,wvortl d 'InI K ri.nHl,. ailllilk| nn.l Xnrthwft of thp tiorth- l nnd Mnttli I P T-ohr
Tin itmrtor
I Progress of the County and Town. 1.1".n lhi.> hi>um of M.tmtiu orliK-k. Vny Inl m..IM.'SI !1< fitMt n'inrttr of Jetton(, V.ffht.in, in Tmiv I.h.I .r..I.i n .ludum. nt Biml'. .' fnt. ,pnue 210,, oft \ K Wall lumlwr _. _. ._. _. _........_ _,_ _._ 1 n
I tho S nctfick f.illimlnic p mo il. prlhf.l Innrtu linrt nron. .hit* Thm* *<1111 ,f tfunirf Tw.n".n. ., ... .."t publ' '' rrrordM of 1'uvnl Counts .1, K ...I..v. m.rk IHI urail.. 'r .... ....... .._.?._.._.-.._.---_._ 4 60lliin
.. tlorldnPi ,lumlnr. .. _. .. ___ __ ** J'I.
.. thp find hinlnnft.r hai: .t. con In 11 inn forty ncr< > _
L rlv .on.. h..n. .on.hll.n. I' or If"mi licirnt 'tin. ., "I imn". .rt> r. \.1 1t .rirtinfDiTn, .*> in thp ."m.t OnpM \\ OM.rtn. ami tuhifnr truck. ..._.....-...-..-.-...-__ nnUiH.ITi.nl
__ __ _ t t..h. .n. _. ...___ ..______ I4O DH
Klnt, Trartrii t hy K M .I.hn.. n" Hprclnl! Mnntor to Thp .. .(ml T"'. ntHirht nml 1 , --- --- -- -- ,; In Duv.l county 1 1r Ann.rlcnn Trtmt iompnnv a corporal Ion.n fl KH niininfit t .f fn! .<.n rocnrd*.dMnnrh Hank of Htnrk.< imy rt.lU. ___.. __.._. .-...,.._._-.- **J JJJI

, WEATHER REPORTFor 1 Sunbeams come with us. Have t.I.1,1.. r J *dmlnlnlmtor of 11.. F.lf''.. of <..ortrF ,' 1 I'M", In thp .'.1,1. R..o.l. ofItiiL I' ,. .1.1.... ."1.1 I. ._ __ __ ._______.__.___.
1..1. hunitrol rtrhl nd litht l if****.anod. hv 1 ""I. V<.h -.r Cnnniv m'h., "" ... ___. ._ ._. .____ __ ,?O
March 18 to 24 inclusive. a jolly time 2 :30 o'clock Tuesday drvrittm 1108 RA> Hem .r : low: ..h.d'I ...f Marklh., ". and rurnrdfd..In Pi-rd. "n"N" I'.v'I..laf.T. .dntpd Pori'rnbpp W Andrewa'" auplilica, ... ..... _._ .--.Z.--_.- Z* IIAucilKt
t afternoon. of ftiwnrclHof A \ .T Cronhv pavnhln to
I pnhi>(1 nii pommpnelnr Mi M HaMwiNul pan* Ih. IUII. .. 1 !I2">.
March 18 74 43 Trace rV...! X*. th Pomh h nH of | Baker County Florida. 11 r MnrMltti' In thp Miimii nf One
pout Polt m .hiiiir Ork.on h<,Inv ,lh.- Northinutcorner Tim following,Land In I>uval Count Hun | Fiftrim Pollnr 'fVUK OO) Ono A. A 1".h'n. ffKiu.na. *ruBtiniittinic 14211. _., ................___ IoW
Mar h 19 75 60 .00 Tlltf : \ I
New shipment ot taster :: : d Tw ntv Pollnm. iff1OOO' nndOnp M.f __ ._ n"C
I'l II tract 01 wnti Cfnvcred t .1 I Klort laTen : E .1.*. FMMMiBra lriu tf.. m'I.n. .
\ March 20 77 50 ..13Trace I U. Twpnty.fl\e **12SOO PolInm .. _. ___.__.. .__ ._ *
hats at Vnlniln h. P Frrrin on Jwiimrr <10> acre*. more or .<.*. 'In SivtinnKuty A, F".". Balar" airy. July I JJ
March 21 79 64 Stlmp's.Annul i7a' ru"nln. Ihfnw tlu. South twn IAJI TownHhlu Two. 121' Sout h.Kattire rpftppftlxrlyPpflrtrnpv I Rlarkf T."hnn. Cn phono ..'.1.. ..u_ ...-- .........._.-... .
I, of VulmhUnH ,. .flon"l Twfnty-n.e\r>n ((27 > l*. ,. btRinninitat Ppppt c in thp nm nf FiftyN TfWllf r. .' mipntlr*, _'n..'_. _- _.u_. --.._ -- ..J"nr J
22 74 62 .00
March l.cent hllndrritthit, ,IHH2H> Wt lin of lot often nnl, Oft.ion ( ( ntininntTtlphnrd "n. ., _. .. 1v
RxaU Sale starts unit twrntT.olirht point on the nt rn ".lf. I"a.nOI llond, TrnnlffB. Vnion Co palrlnir llnf rtrlilnf*. ;
March 23 75: 64 .00 at Drug Store 1st thi>nr. Fni>t ninrti' .n unit ,.'' ..Ih. him I .acrea now owned by the hrtra of SaraCurmlchAPl ,v..I. "< ..r 1"th n \ n. nrfw Co ..offii-f Buppiir* -_.n." ....-...._..___.._ -51i
March 24 80 56 .00 April rtpptlthn ((1H SSI fhnln. thcne. North , and runs for three days. TottfiuurK Crook th..nrv itown ffnMCnsk ( ) ,.t from the flout hi'rnmit corn*.rof "".k Four (41. i ntri* "ft", of thp Cumntr HnrvfBtrr Co cnr roa.\ r'l"' --. __ .._.__._.n__.. A1\n
I Total 13 inches. f.Howln ItM mrnr d.rlnt. to the I. nld ten <.10'' acre ,lot. running thi.nee ,'l>Hc ItiTonln of Puvnl County, Floridnrwmlntmrv And., .rnon'B Osrairf. B ipl>llf" _-. --...- .____ ._____-. -- *7.inCltv
Win part of the ritrht htin- not W T TI'trhifntfft ... ......,......... .
--- --- pUcp of heulnninir K fifty ir.rt) lUun--n went mf.l. by I.luht A Watrr plant, Ilirht Birvl.f, _n ... SIotamlnrd
I R. E. Oateen of Plant City was I Tree big days of bargains at : tract eonvewd h W f> M.ln.y. tn S PFerrn >. I 11.,1 ninetT-lwo and nn .hfl
Drug Store April 1 2 3. hv dtwl n-eonlfMl amonv tho formerI ', foot to a ptak. then amtth < h' ".* ..t I"n.I.1f' (t 1onont. pnvnhl.. tn C W .". .. _____.._____._.________._ un
11 visiting relatives here Friday. I, rmhlle record* of Piiviil Count*, Fo".lf. In four hundred event-two" (47t f<*<.t to Ai .f. 1..lh.. with mortonifp ofp rfiri/f 1"1. 1,1. ... ._._...n .._....n.---__ ? .771..t.
Rexall 1-cent Sale. I Peed Book "K" Ml nnire lf 7. anil | "In.I then north fifty (80) dnrm* *atI ..pn dntp nnd ropnrdrd' In Hook "T", pntr. f CiMintv Yonn.Trlmrai.h. l-ulillti "I-.n".1 .1.1'mrnl .__...?-.__ "J no
i the oame tract of land 1.1..0.i I hundred. ninety-two And .n.h.1 Sfi" of thp rtihlle Rfrnrdn of Brn.lford ..Co _.__ _. ___u_.___ ............... an SiI
X C. E. Harper, of Hampton, wai I I P FrrrlK to Marv i'vb.tt mI ( H"2 12f.) ..et to >..tahc. thin .I" *...iptv, Floridnrrornliif .\I W r An.lr.. ."'."ml'r., ._ _,,_ '."_'__'. _.. ...-. __.. .3n

attending; to business here Friday. Read Mitchell's Rexall Sale adv. I cnrdiHl nmonir naiil pithlle i wpfft boundary of tm ... lot b"I.ln. >nrv noto, mndr hy S fl tin rill nin lli-B.lfonl Cnnntv ;,1.1.1.f.f" rolla. n___. ._?........__..___ "Jllnnk 87
I Hook .T". at "U. ISO to Dr A. '.t.'ay. nnl., .fl.1 l ten M0> ... thp num of Fifty dollnm tinnOOt. rfnfpduirwt of HlBrkf, Ifnk. .llf ._ n.. ..____.___.__._._.___ J" "'
on 4 in this issue and take ad- Alnn of land eonvmi the hrlm of Sam Carmchail, toplnct I.f". .. ..OIITO,
page a tract tr lot of 2" "pnynhlP to n, MarkiMM Adam, nnd nn" m rut rond 14 --0--"
R T. S. Williams, spent Thursday vantage of the price savln s. I >ncin. at the ". .m. .t. of 1i *irlnnlnii. h..ln. 'tho aame prop* n.."d on.1'2., mn,1< bv S U 1 II.hn. .
, transacting business in Patatka. tract of land en".Y 1 to Martha F French : i.rtv ponvpMd hy Carl Mobli. an SinclnlV ifntcd, i.r 5ft 1012 for thp .t mlier. 1. 1123.W .

I hv il.d from FH Valnile. ilateil Fehruarylet | .xt4>r .The American Trust oml'fny. acorporation of "P\i.r..ml.. nml fr. inn Pol In' ilr** SRloiri > I! (. fl.I .B __-.---__..____._ J j n.{

E. E. Staoey, of Jacksonville, \ l S1. and recordod amonw the former AH Aom.nln..or nf the Kn-. 'thi.r "I tth .n."d,' mi.mnrnndum. C 1 T'nl.T.I.'h BBlnrv.xnpnt.1 myv. AuitilBt"ot. m..tn.. .- -.-....--.-.-....-..---... .I"
Mrs. A. B. Shaw of Gainesville, in town first of the week looking nut.He r.ordi. of 1".1 Conntv. Flnrl.'f.In tat". of fitwrup 1. Mf.klll.. .h..I. hyId.1 1, T* .t! of ., Inrlil..ntnl fxprnn.*. __u.._.-....__.___._____-. .4 U
was Pi-id nook 147 mnntnirthrnce dated nnd >'tiilin I .1 .nurk.
l rocor ,
"ln" fl pnoi | N"v.m" bold\ rhntt< 1 1P. W 1 llrfw rfpnlrlnu. trnni.ll. __.._.-__...__-__-___--_- "
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was visiting relatives here Friday. : 9outh fifiv-eluht fHKt chulni. twenIv IVed' R".k putte ART nf tht cnrrint .,f\t\ .I" thi. of Fit.h* (0. .,.
after his property interests 1 / : nr <.trv.' im .. Ti-li"lihoni Brrvlff. ... ------------ ---- .
I eluht OS) 1lnl here. I.t itald trnct thinco ">iit thn, hundieilfortv alo ("RJ4fft> pntorrd tlti. tbp Circuit Court __._ .___._ __.i.aiai._.._-___._ 11.R'I
to Fivhlt visitor fi titritui .
Morgan was a .nlm I l fl Ni.nli fifi> .
111' ", The follnwlna Jndmnenla and, other ,, fi.r PnVpp Countv Ilin :dn nunnntI .loll.- ."I..Ih. ._ .---. 41'1
Green Cove Springs \\c-dnosday. I <.ti'ht ,fist twenlv-elitht. In1 andfarallel ; TrotH.rtyPi .nt Miinn difinnnt. 'In nortuniro' ,..- .1 l% Pr i.iln, rnnB, _. .- --y___... .____.-_ 10
I' Work shoes from $1.98 to with firat. In.. h.r..f 'I III* .ficleticy Pi .Itino 14 1917 i . Cr.k th. .l .I"n. watil .. .n'd ..1.. .........._ 4' uo
I 1"I.hl' "tin Hundred Nn"ly-I", .mt nnv P 1""lnl..I..r' .f tlmF OiiivlM, ft I'iKlB l.inrnla, 1'lpo. __. -- -
thp of ".
J. F.. demon! of Brooker was in $5.00 at Sternbprg's.I ,tho nolnt of ". .Innln., contAlnInif .nd 2H.um 100 Inn.( |4'Hm. an.1 I rtcortliKlnn tntc of C. F MnrMllip mild d..f.clmrvdi W F 'l.rrli, ." '. .. ._ _...._..__ 6'12"
lew. aoH 1'1,1'
town WednemliiySpecial thlrtv fli'i' iicren. more or I I Ml dolf., A, of tht- ofl "rrt' hnvlntr I.p f>nt<.n,d on I'' 1'lh ,dnvo Mln'iiliinl, ( (Ci uiw nnd, .ill ._. -_.-_...._ .-_-- 121'"flk
the hv the !nnilnIformirU Hit* .r 1.1 .
I tM.lntr IH unilevl on 1..1 \lnnl. ,-' TIT ,..1.I"\ tlu. __ ..-_____
rd, .1.,10' 1"f".1 of "-
th Court for Hradfi Stnrkipay "
hi .n.
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f'I..ul .. of _. _. ___ Aalll.
Rnld pountrwmlNpinrv \ .. -
I 1 rifordH llnnk ?-
Mr*. Baits of Jacksonville1 I l"hl. llrn.ir.rl I i.linlv .1. -
spent "nllth hv .Iho Inn.llformerlv. > of W It.twili 'I.Ilf.I' I'f' inn-nil
i _..... t <
dress Picric rvd .?nnunrI I dntinl Ulru-l R. 10H A.lamB Snnili-n., nitr t -_ -- urrMflllT
f"'f irh' "' notr
price on ever" thf week-end, here with her n n tho Wi-KT Iv tho lan.ln fformertv) 'cy I !
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pur. .r mi Vnln'lo anil,\ on tho North hv Ttlu I' 1D17' in 'thf. auin of 1.1.. nml 7ft.ion PoltHrii mndi liv, A.I..linn PPN| nnd O T>. "v.. (In
in Stumps Store small deposit entii, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Lagergren 1 t'ottxtitinr (.reek. anil Itclnir part nf the "...,. d on 'PHUI' 4" t ofHiM.k hp ftnm of Flrht" Unnilr. ,..1' pollnm "01Innxnlti .R.\ 1 ))2r>. ''I V ler.irliil .

will hold any dress until TTi.nit-lrkii, Ornni axil the Ham.. land con- 4".71"n". Miniitm of ll", "I'CII ,' to I..k.. Butlpr Bunk, I"'h'r, with 11"1,1 Ptinlin. < .pini.r IrilKlcr* mrdln* 1n-I" ...._ _............. J.J1]
wanted. I v."ved Mnrv Mnrkillle hv ..1.d ... .I.I. .1monir I, (Court. 'n Hrurtford ("nt. FlortdnInnnnry! \I 1 mnrtrntri' of icn rtatp nponlid' In M.rt- Ttinnli.xtnnur tnwtini m ,'tln". '0..28, ....-.__...-..__.-- j

'" r ill.i"v rxCftnlM In r.** l ln. I'rtir".n.y '. 12, 'A'i' Itook flr nwirp Hi of thp Puldlf B.v- Wn-U.: rxpinB triwUM .mM-linir .1O-6-ZH. ---. .-" ._ :: ::: ,nlI
.I .
I 1DI7, In 'thi;. KUIn of Flv Hundred Twt'ntj dw nf Puvnl Countv : .. ln
'Mlat e 4 SSecond .t".lf r Kli-klll.-r Jr. Hill on snlnry M.-HI ? -
Mrs O. C Johnson of Ampri-'ii", I Mrs. I). E. Knllht. lurompameJ ... nf. Tract n..18-.100 Hollar* (j'BJ 1"i. .."I."t.,1\ I. Prtiminnorv nott> ,ilHlpi' ) .11., r 11thl (" A I ,utph I unliirv HP. H.'I tit ._. ..........=..M ..:=..-..: 711 I.

by her son Knight of the I Thi land In Tlradfori! and I IVnd on pntre 474 of Hook !iv of the M nutitof \ i- fnnftit bv T B Ifnrtlv In thi* ,,, .f *' I l-ntcli. Inrlili. 'nlnl. .."..n.. ..n__.....__.__-... _. __ 12 nil,
Ga, is here on a visit with her "I.wln" tho t-ourt County.Morlda Ono numtrpd and, 1..fv flinn I .. -
wlrn -
nI 1 roll
fl II r.ilnnn
daughter, Mrs. Roht F. Demurest. U. of P., spent Thursday in Jack : AM.'n.f'"nl.f. ,'.. i |' .f q""I"n "'. ,miIn (1..1 R..t".1 tnir"*thi'r with unrrcordi, ,d ,1f... mort PnvlB I iR ft II ''n'i. ::..:: : :::==::::: :.- KB nrtUiihlkv "" I 'BltMKN

sonville. To" nxhli.I f he ''Bl Eolith Twenty n..t.I.n. Iifrri1. entered Janunrv 1?. trnvp nn f print'I n. prrnn nnd othir' iM'rnonnl \ .limnlitwrliilil. IvriiW' liimhrr... ,. ___ _n--. '-
f>m Fa-t h ,lnp ,Iho Kitm.. property: h, n-ln [ l*> mini of One rhniiwnnd 1>'Ef E\* I propprtyPron Hv of Htnrkr, T <" ,I'll", ', -....n -- n. .___-.-____._-_.__ M ?!
Mrs. \V. H Alexander of llnmp- j fnre .cnnxeved hv F M. .,.h". a* Stx-elnl i iMiu I hindrt:' 'd I T:ortv four nnd fld-ion p'dlar* >,tpMorv n"l. mndi l>vV Krr ry (. r .Minjiitnln, Ihnff wny nmd drau eh",".. -.-----_-_..-.. -.- 'n ":;
Miss Mabel Reddish of Jll.kson. tir to The American I Tnwt Company' "104'' m, f"" ..n'd.. on "A". 4 2 .r ihitid, **..pti.mlnr 1, (In n .fn. Mr Wnl n.-Britiif rlulil' nf way. -- .__. .-..----- '. .
ton wns in town Wednesday, morn |, Sunday here with h ; a eorpnriillon, a* A"ml.I..nl.r f.f tl. 1tnte .... Took Six of tb. Minute' nf the (1.11 .. Tlnnd.d P "rparents I .
.pent .
Inp I! 'le. <:,'niv,. F ". l tv Crurt fnr Urndford Count 1> T".I. C A M trnr.thir. with ill) And..f *. mipMlim' .--. .---- --- -- t l.HPf
Mr. and Mrs. I J. .1.11' .1! ."nl.r 1.klll.t. 1..1.. I ,lit flrltnry Pocrrt. entered ... 12. n,f.ord..d ."n".1 11.t..I.'r on crop W r: rumlx, a.f.. aniipllra. .-. _. ._.h............... ..-___ a3"., rTAX
''d .1"1".. I""'' 17. nf nnhllc ri.c- ,qlIn ,tr.. mini nf Two Humlrtd, Sixty' and ,. 1'r.inUn<. .ti m""f.', !joint nnd. Np\pnl.. mndihv Alllit ,Inn' IfllM nml nil -- -- ---. --..--.....--..-. --.-- _'.
Mrs. W T-i. ndwnnK of ..Iiuk'wnwn R.lish. nr.1. nf tlm.lfnnl C.ntntv' Florida' : al.n I':'im. 100 r>olam| (""onnnt. nn.l nx-ordid *>nintre ', ( F M..kll., ( .n.I.1 H IV Iff. .lnt..,.1Iil HlMnlnr.1. hl ('. mi and, ..II -- 20k J, i iI

viJIl', % her fir t of the week A fourth eoiial ."\b"n f..hn. to l>. 4"1 Itnnk rnrnmint "iirxev Si iithwet fourth 'rcult Court fnr Pr. ford County. rtor* 'I (UtOOOl. to T rBnnk llrnilri.r.1 :fn; :. "Ih., nitlimI I;.;| | li ilnlntion J1'J"
visiting her Mr'. and :MriW. ISeautiful Easter frocks in I I.nv.hl. fk. 1''lh' ._ ___ _._____. :
pnrents, if "..h..1 'nunh of Diction' T, nlvtwol"2l l 1,1. : Hurry SI.' lninl.i-r.. __ -- -. --- J J : J JHrndfi.ril
II Struth. all shades rownhln Fl'e 111' *Miuth, i.f tlninriT f.tl.I'n.. T> ..r enter*'d .Jammr* 12, ', 1 dipnininit J W Inh" .rn.. "Itnnk pnv rnllB. _...___ _...__.._....-._-___. -.I;...
Sternberg's. "int\I 'v. i 'M. Jn.l. mP. pnrtictiliirltfucrlhid \' l"> .nurn of Two ".n.I"'d Forty- I In 1..t.h'v nf Ono Thoui.itnd r on Tlun.lr HI f.. : .mm..n.ln. at ,the i nn nnd "0-ino Dollnm "24 .ttaril, 'irIrordid 1; t.1 nnd, 5fl.ion. Pollnm < .,li.n.. ..'...1". --- .-- .-._....-. .5? J. "
VorthWM.1 of nthwent f on pav 471 of ..k of tin. Mini ,.n..I.hl and Sandi, ." ml. n-nd 1 10. ___._. ___ -__-._-__h.__ ii t 17mint
Andrcu Mrs. Cora Sanders of West corner < In thp bmuuht bv ] Adninu
Messri. .1. I>. Baxter, K B. .a I12M .. .r. __ ___ __ I'I IAchinii .
of the _.._____..... .
nwl. iinnrt.'r ofctfnn' Twentv two tM (1.11 fjoiirt for ItrinllWdt Ann riiJin TriiKt ( HM .I W Amlifwi.. Jr x<. __ n -
ami, I*. 11. Oninev, of Brooker, I Pulm n"ll'h. ppent the weekendwith I N..h.( 21 T..n.hln FKe I.h of IlnnoeTw.ntytwn \ 'ountv, "'' 'h.AdminUtnitor of th. f-nlnlp ompnnv of ft r I mil, Rmtilira. .,1.1.1.''fln.1 |.orrr'ntB.o. mad 14. ..__..__.________- nUl H d J.lvfir.

to business here her friends the Misses Bais- f22 FaHt ", thence i Pifti Oecne *nt.rnl Tannnry U Mnrkillii m-nln-l rV lobnn i iMln ., H
attending ,
were : .h:
i iIrs. Filet, ,ttt.ntv-iilx, nnrl tM..'fhlr.lH .>iH morior 1 I'M. 7 mim of Tour Hnndrid: M,ntv: : :lolintt HP I.| ,it' f'clfncv' ..t.:; I' NiitiMiilii r 3. 1')2TA !) call

Tuesday. I den. |O" H ,Ihene, "onth Ntv ". more .rtcttit I I.v. and 4'1.,, iVllnni ((94711 4fl I. and mlordiil : .bfintr, intond on 9i ptnmlipr, 2. 1011 A llunlin, <1"' .ilrn.ln> ",.li.". ll-tZU, ........__ _..___.._u_ J JJ'W
'thence Went twintv-alx an.) twothiriln in pave I"** nf Rook A nf I Ihi. Mln. ricordpd' In Vlnut. Bonk A. pniro nit oftl t: l ., i ieiiBt' > truiili* 11 tan, ___._-...___.._- JR :
} M. J. Burnsed and Mrs. M. :" ... moe or II-KM th.nce. Norty Hlxtv' | iite. of the Circuit C.ur for Bradford ublie KcronlN' nf Bmdfonl CountyIlorldn A, Wii-liB.r..I.. | tnwt._ ....tlnic.. 11-1181. n.........._-. _____ ._ :;
Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith of rn.li,. more nr l.iui j ( oiintv FloridaI'lnrl. ; : .1 P ixp.-nBi I.ul on. Balarv. nrlidNr" __uu__.___....._____..___.___ '"? '' PIuan

Wuldo.were ,isitors. to town Tuea. S. Jordan of Jacksonville, are visiting ,I Alan f one-fourth ,inml div.ninn accordInif I .... I>....* ,. .n.l ri.l.riuirv 12, I Pi fled.nrv |iirrp|> for tin* anm nf Two T. A Kh'kl"'r.' Bnlary ...K-y Oitolirr. .___.__.___.._.--_.___.- J 7 ni i
\ at the home of Mrs. M A. tn road 1. ---___._____.__ .__.- I 'Inr..lt..t ipiBl
afternoon. < I I ti .fluht an.l 1' 11)0) pi). __ .
day *fiithwiHt f mirth nt fourth' I vpnly if.'nirtt .nl..1| | nirninHt .1 If T'.n' (' Hunk, rnllB. n h
oiinly imv
I Baisden.Mrs., I of octlnn -i"h"2i'rt; In if dlwctly Inn "111-0121" anil rreordid, .m ,i.iiui' the* fori'rlofturp nult hrmitrht hv Th. Ampr* --.- iaa J l-l
eat nf above di.ncHlxil trart and of the HI uf Hook m,* of flip Minut.,i. of tli. trnn TriiMt Ciminnnv. na A.hnl"I.lrflo. llradr.ir.1.f <. IMIV ..1., nollcrB. -_-...______.__-_ n

Ladies Kayon silk under i name dimenMfinfi find nrwi ".In. the flfimeprono" '."I rn.r f"r Tiradford County Flor- I rf th,* F.lfl. of (1 F Mnrklllip .mfnat' .I IH 8tark '!''1.1 ounty,..II.IMI. T'h..f.h.< "mnanv inibliahlntc nhiinr ..,rvlr. _____.._ .___________ .1
C. S. Holzendorf, who > by R M John* an PPcln ..If: _.__.____ ____._
all colors at I ennvi y', Tlfton. rt nl. .n..d nn thi. 1ISth ilnvnf Tlly I luM Wnlrr Iliclit B.-r lrn, ._ .u J "J
wear light I I has been spending the past two ) Maittor tn Th* American Tnmt Company 1..I.n" T>*.. <.nlr>rrd .Innunrv 12. | J.n. 1020. fnd ...>d tn thp I'uldirKpronli Htnn.lnr.l! Oil To II.nl. ..___ ______._____.____....-__' mlnaA :
Stump's. f "r..f'I." n*. Admlniiitrator nf "' thf Bitm of flfh: lliinilnil S..v. of Niirtwau Countv. Flnrldn,' ; H. SliBW danmiii..0. t".n" .I.l __. _n _._._. _._.___._._.--.___.
'weeks with her daughter, Mrs. B. the Mnrknile. >d. .'nlynU and .M.IOO l ,IIHTAIIHI n'xl, r..I. .._ '
F.t. P. d" ".1". I.'ml.anry nntf* mfI. hy J. 1* 1..h. H.WHI' (' .) .niiptillin _-____. .n.-- .n T, 6111
IF.i Hall, of St. Petersburg, returned dated .1.. 4. 1nl 17. .0..0' In HcedHook "h' nn paft. Hook A nf tht> do'.1' Fpbmnry 24 11>14. 'In W. 'rnn>.l ."|.| _. .__._.__._____._____.____.. I V
Mr. Ray Cnlley. of Waldo was in ;I to her home here Sunday.Reautiful 21 paire ((12*. of 11. ". rvenrdanf .. "' the (I""f Court for Ilradford of Two ""ndr Pollnra ($20000) fR K. F I.m h, r.M'inrinu.11. r.,1 .--.._--...--.-.--------.----- '
of the week his Rradford ..nl". Fn.llf AMThi > \\'n".v. Florida : cured >v .h.t mort an UP upon twentyfive AndirNima flnmirw. Btippll.a .tra"_ ._. __-....._...-.._--...--.---.- I 5n.'
town first visiting I IparpntR. I North half nf ,- <'n M.I ofU .t.I'n.y I).... II.. M.. 2. Inn. hpnd.' of .all. na dmrrihpd. andl mort* I Mr. Wat..m, l.inliMnir trnr*. .___ .___..______._____. ________ 2Ii!
Mr and Mrs. J. F. Colley.Mr. ) and line of ? >ctlon F1"h.'n (1 O In Tow tin hip Five nf Thr. llundrv.1 Sixty.nn. irnir* hrlnic ...1.' 'In Mortt/ntrt* Hook 79pnn Smith' 'B <;.ariiit... Biippll.o. -.-. ---.------..---_-.------ uiir
i snapp l (ll i .Ih Rn..Twenty ((20* Kant. eontnfnintr .nil 1inn O1f' Illnl 87"n..' r.oor.1- 1H4 nf th..' "Pnl.lic. lt.w,rda of PuvnlCounty. I .1 I W AmlirwB. Jr. BIIM-| | | nnnu- ______.___-.____ ... i ?!.J'AdamB
ladiea shoes at Sternberg's. [ forty .. of 'land m..n!I.... rd nn |I.aw. I..k m. of 'hf MlnutfBof FloridnA Handi' i'nur ml., road 20 -. _n__ ....._.__.______.__ J13.f.
K. B. WelU and little dnuuhter i In.tntr thi? name property, convrvtd by F. thit Ircuit (',, llra.Uor.1 (ounly' Intprmt In "f.nha Ri A.In mi, I Knnd.rB'rclnim-d firm.nlaiK*. road 'III. ..........__........._. "I.!,!1 1I

of I.awtev were In town Wed M J.hn. flit Special .Io.. t.1'h. Im..rl- I Florida. pnrt Comnnnv" pnrtnprnhln n"I'r bo.lv..in .. I tit: Iliif 1. fUlliK I 1.'rl.I".. rond III. .-_- _-nu_.. ___.?....-._.-_____ .<""
Half 'I' C ntlon A.dm' l l>. n1rrf>d ...h. 12V .II".fl. n
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. of St .nn runt tmt> nv f r<"i p.. n.Mrntor .f.'I..y ... r F U .1 ,
nesday.Col. nf the F ,tntif t. F Ma.kll. l". I 1. *.im of four Ifunilrtil, FluhlfH' >n M".lll. fn,1 I1..f.l. 'II......inlii' .r I It.I l'"i.! .
,'ing the nf thp nnd .lnt
are nnnoum arrival ,
P.t."IHrg. .Inntmry 1 nt 1"17' I nnd n 'a-.il 40- HfillaiH. (" 11840) nnl,' twor I- 1 tt. .. .f
of a dauirhter Friday. Marrh1Hh. dnl.d Hook 21 paw' Tf. of thi Public."d.'R.Cordu 'fd 'In Ihi. M.n.'. of lh. Cirrint C'ourt for ..,> ndm'nifftrntor Ih. t.I..ln. *ti.- A A l.nnl.n. IHIHIIIKP IriiHliM. m.. linn, 12.1.2.. .. ........___- ._. JJ1
D H. Kniirht spent tho fir...tof of Bradford' County, Florida. 1 Itn'' .r Cnunlv I 1".ldf ...1..1 1.'r.. ..f..d nnil' .-". Aid- W h;. TonidiIXIHHBI. l run..am .n."f'' _.....______ -n_._ .J>i VIn
Mrs I tall will be. remembered fl.. ,.. I NoHhenitt .'_ . .. _.. .. '''
1 hi. NorthwcNt qimrtcr nf thp Southwint l .f'rhnrv Ptrr.. ." Orlf' n Ifll"In i h"f ,, 1."oI.lf. T. nunr A, Kut.li, nnlary BIX y Nnv<'mln'r. -- .. '
the week in Bartow on professional h're8 :Miss Thelma Holzendorf ntinrti'r of tho "" qnnrUT ofii Ihfurn ,r -... H..1... Ni'.tvnlnnn.l tr.r Diction' II. T..n.hl. 7 Month Rnnti** .. A "',11 1"'h..I,1 i.XIIMIIBIXI.. __ .- _.____ __ _-.-- -.___ .**'
hllSIIUMSM .ii". 2fl and, thf N.'h..1.Ihw.. "f.h"r ofthf 1"-10.I n.1lnr l7inifl( '., and ...d I I. f:n.t hv r*.itHon of t hnt rort,'In n.. : W. K: 'I'.r..h'. 1.1. _0 .__ _.. n.41
'inith*.n.t mriiT tho In rliBnt-crv Or.lt.r flonlf K. pair* 1"."' ofthr .ii'nmi'nl' of MoHu-nir. *. mndi bv ( W J W Ami.' ,.w... Jr ",.,.h. K, U.
1 Mr. and Mrs. II C. Richard, ofPalatku ininrti.r rf *ti>rtlon' ->T o. 1.h.1 t.nrrtnt I'lihllr n."I. of f'- Mi. phi.ft* ,, n.! Langfoid spent the latter f'1."lhw".1 t.v.1 hut n.kn"w'.1' | Mnv 2. 1"1 I Inmt Ir"M"nl' 'fh ________ .___ ._ .
with corner of SiTtton 2 nnd run- t> l'I. I.'f' : I'l ( "",,. ."" .. __._ ..___ .
spent Miidav, here rponl .it in Mortvairi* Urn and' An* .....__..__.___..... 64,'nStanilaril
of Ian week on Section llni* four hundniln It. nrv T> r-nlrrfd Tanunrv 4I'll" ,n roiintv niinirlnv, Hn. l.rlduna. ..
part trnn".th'gbu"incss Mr. Richard's mother, Mrs Emml nln.M! I"'n'1.1 1 ft ft point nf 1..lnnln. 'f In Ihf. ::m.of SI. Mundrtrl' ; Thlrlv' : Mlirnmi' nt li>pori| ft. pnvp Mfl. of thp puhli Oil to. itan and "i. ___..._ -..___..__-__._.__._---_... 21 0"'

in Live Oak. UK'hard. thtnrt* r "Mt H\ .h.. .1. or bv n.niton of di'rd l V Mnrkiltl .. ..__ ..._. ... _..
thinrt North two hundred,' .nd forty r.t. in C hnncfrv Or.f! r "H.n.k I"'".' f 11'1 Audi mini M iiaraife: But.dim. h-- ,
I f. I.. .lohn' |, .'Innunry 12. I'Mnml '. __. __ __ ... ___.__._. 71 ol'
thtnr** MtHt hundni) and twi ntyfiet |17. of ll>" (ri.rr.nl | of IHi- I 1..1 ... llnnk. of Starkr. |.ay rollB. ._' -
W. II. Haven, of Gainesville waattpnding 'II..n ..1. 1.,1. l .. ,l Book Ht. 1 tof ___ ___... ... 7HI.
tht I. hundred, nnd f >rtj val roiinlv' >'I..h'f' : r.n.1 pnvo nunty llank rolln. ._ _...._..--...-.._ '
to business here Tues.Hny. Just arrived high school .tt tht'neo. runt: .I hiindrtnl And nlxtyfiHt 1i.'fipfi, .nrv Ifi.nrdn of Alar him County, Irf.r",1. Mandi.n, ati.n>ach.f IioanB hrldita _______.-..___.- 17.2f.

student suits with extra I to thp point "vl"n'n.' nnd "inntn "! In Iho Bum of FVhtvdirht nnd 17. 11..hlf A.laniB Him.I..m. tnmlicr road. 10 nnd II riwlaed .. ..........-.-.._. n iAdnma ,
StTttnn* twi and r.or.f.l| 'Inhnnc. undlvldtd .n.hfl .Intpriftt .In nopfromlMNorv A Kanditu. '.h..1 i.i.rrrntairi. r.Hil 20, .....-....._._. ._..... 40 b'I IJ
trouser at Sternbrg's. ntKive d.icrib4d lnnd "inir tn,TownnhlpFivp (' ,, f.I,.r 1..k I. "... "m of tht* not. mf.,. |*ou Brnnnnnini W. Aiidri-WB. Jr ..rrnwlir for ronln.m, ._.__-........_______ 60.1"
of Fir Soul of Ktinift twenty-two E.nt. r..n. "' .if Ouval (' | I.'f' Brnnnon dntid Innunrv 2n t"'-
Miss Thl'ln1 Brinson and .0"1""ln.11 twintvncrm.! more !.) : I KlnrblB, "lll. R'c., 'u''Y. f.r thi* num of Thrv irundrrxl nnd Hf.y 'r.'fl! .._ u. __._ _. ____ __ __._____._ ._.. 11.'21M.,
tonc, was in town Saturday visiting T. R Picket, of Gainesville has' I 11.ln.I thr ..m. |irop,'rty by F. f..t.y, I..'.. .n'.d Mf..h 1 .1f.. .001, ,pnynllp ,to A. P. An- R.'A: '..nUN

her sister Mrs. J. E. Corpemng.Eniter !I taken over old Commercial Hotel Johnf. an |.tnl Mf.eonv.y"" t 1020 In thf ..m of Thrcf Hunrlrf.1 Flxhty.thrr ,', .f>rim"l |h" mortirn'' on r* nl, cMtntr .'"n.. Itnth' Ill ll to aimmnt on hand _._._., ____.__ 111.71 IO
Ami>rican Trunt C.m.fny. corporationi and H0l>. lint, In'II" t.. amount r.".|.. .-. _.__.___ ..?..118.4ll.n4Ii.
building on Cherry street, and: I'i fin Admmlrttrmtor of thw Rutat. '* of O. FiMark'llle In Chanetrv ordfr B...k 14, patto tnlof 'M. nmrf. 214. of thf ."hl. rrroriln '. Mrnl.r aiHt. hv amount .1.1..nll.' ..._..___.__... ... .. 11..3,3
shoes on sale atStamp's. will operate the house under the "li.eaNnl. t>" td ilat >d J.nUr th. Currtnt I'ublle RMonla of PuvalCounty nf Brailford County. ." .rhl. Ity amount ... _.______ ___ ..... 1.\bl.\
: I I. 1W17 and recorded _l Ibmk 23. "Io"d. ..11 nnp-hnlf fn'.1 "f. nnnfirnpil tn -
i name of Pickett Hotel J67 Htihlie l"nb of ,.do.1 Tt-n .If" the eanllal' ft.ek of Ijikffnull.r .fl., Ailminintrntnr' hv Anni rnmnt rppordi.dtn '1'.1 __ __ __ .. .......... |D4 SBO,46 luq
I I"f" Florida t lt.k. mrpnratlon unilnr tht. IBWBof Amilf nmPTit Book 2 PHHP Sfl2 of thI'tiblie

From skies, 'The SouthwpHt ."<,niUr Slat. Itf C. lu amount on band _u_._.____....? (14.Ml.IIKOAIt l
'. Mr. F. D. Hombeck. prominent Amlrlca's spacious i I.,ma itn.rt4r of Heetinn Twfnty-fiv* <25TownHhin > "tfK.V rrrtirleau' No. 2". U.BUMI to ThAmfrimn Ida
realtor of Keystone Heights was we'll look to Japan's beauties at RI tiv. (fit. South of ltnl. TrtiBt Companv .Administrator. '.mUfuirv nofp mn. hy.f If Tlnonftnttd KUNUKorcliiM

afternoon. I I A. meeting 3:45: Thursday I I fwc-nty-nnv: (21" > Faitt. of I". RBtatf. nf C. Markllll*. ffhriiary 12 I'M'*. pnvnhlo to fl F
In town Wednesday afer- 1 ,
MnrMIMf nft In '
ypnr r dnlp numof
all forty mori* nr I'HIH exei .. 11. 'h.
1 notf. not itnd. r al. madfhv ,
; noon. Come on relow pt nn. tn the Church hvlntf. thenamv Craw, OHP Thnunnnd Pnltnni If I 000.nu) 7. 1 of conveyed' by E M. ""h"o. ford,.1,11.. r..t.r fn.1. Ilnk. Tho nl.> .. tlfifirrllM.d, propprty" "I hioff. "/lht >
Jesse Alexander lampto',. a. 1'.1.P"I".ry. M.I.r. ti> 1 h. American 'Frunt Sixty, .Ifn.'y""RO IKI7.. t. > Bumof ..nd, fop nnli' nnd nold on tho t.I""ln. 7 1'ljn, f n m Itnlon "nIY. rrirr, A I..p. C4ianar bld.* ____.. 1.1".

van a business vis'tor! ; Iadit jou can find chil, ( nnipuny, .or.fl.n.| aa A.m"I.'r".. onla. toKtlhor pnyal.ln with 'lhatr. toDunrnn ti.rmn nnd cnnditlonnI'h I AtiiciiBt VI' 'IU2Q. fnr f.,".. wirt. *. ._.- _...________

P.IRY. dresses ready 1o wear alSternberg's. of 11. F tato of fi. K Muklh. ...l lby rlnin m.I"fnd M"rkll.. .n r"nl "'n'" in lira.I. -. Inndn .In' l.Mttxl nn.lir. thi. .MratTrnpf AiiKiuit' 'III. fmni Htnlo 'Ib nd 1"'lmr'm"| "'. .nl'. salary. ______ lfun
will ) I ,towthpr unit,
.' Tnnunry | ami r- ford h. ,1. OOP ,
d..0 ,1.1 of tvf.n dntt with f
:: : : ., .tin* ,InndH, nnd othf. nbovnI IU U'
... + Honk 21. paue S7H. of the anil r. rordrtl, In llo.k I :111.' r "r".ly _

Mr. and Mr.. II. I.. :Miner andMrs. I'tibtie' I..nt .t Ilradfortl County. Flordn ..1.. I .I.h. RtroiiiH .f l.f.lr.d ( ounty. I 1..1. ...M"n.trvthf,. r' "S.r an."n.1| Trnrt" .11 thp llkpwlppb Innd li.I.IUH'm"nt"

Mr.. (5. M Inmnn. Mr. nnd, Mrs, .1.0 .1.rllf; "I' "ni 1,1
U D. Miner, of Ja'k.om'ie., Thi. W.i t h,1 of i'h.* Northiatt ipmrtra I'r..y .. dntfd Jimo H. 190H. inIh. un.li r thi "I .| "I rnpt IP offend
AmeK.Ir: nnd MrHathwndi' n. f.r -til.. ..n.1? -olil' .." .iirnti lv f.. th, Inmlint I ulv 7 ,l''!,.r
Sundn\ here with frl "ls.l' P I. Nioholm IHO hiutt: .f NnrihwoHt <|iinrtt r Anri .. irn .f F.rtv lltillnrB, I tnil.,It* | om I ,
'fl"Ol' .
Fpent .
: the Houthwcot ftmrtcr| nf t)ho N."h..t I l.v I> V ,. l 1 1 r' -rtv undi, r HIM .q..nn.I. Trnrt "
"nd.1 I '
P Mil I {linn
nintori'd to ", \.1.1 n. ,pnv. damn A ""TN, fnur *>t
1omo"a (,juarti. .r in Sertion 'D.ru..n. PowntihiriSt.vt .1.11' In r.; |. M"r.III.., toK.llur with 'Mill AM .i| ropcrfv riixh ,, br ..1,1,) |,..the Imnln' of oneMir. Atlnrnn A Handera"fn. vnirr. mi. road I" 19.A .__. ___________._._ 12 ,
nnd "Mrs. Willinm Vogtlander Tuesday und spent the n South. | ."< ; nlno" Ihu ..r Snh, ., .1'1' ,, .n.. nnVflMr'. IKifiunl
I. ,,'r..f' prop.rty lf",1 July ", i hi HI 4 iftr. t nmil l lr I". .__.. __ .. lU1.-
< T 'thturth' nHt "unart4 < In"flh"'nl. in onp. two nndt H.n..r. ,
of were in town --- -- So'Ih.'n. .un. jn I'm if v. n ID M..f.iirf nH ti"I. *t ,. lth .f I II" A IV'I-1 1. mtr *M (.on'r l rl lint _._.___ ._ 411 :'
r lntpr ttt .f'
Jaksonvie. He"Inn ..ur..n. Town.hip S." n I.rmi.\.' .h",1 N".I., 2(11M" ( yi, nt thr rollif Smith. 'it flnrnne'. _._.__ ___.__ ____ Sit '
: I 1': I' Pe-norest ri'tnrne'Mondav _
\ n nt
Sundiiy afternoon. \11. 11. Knniff. Nh.n, H .I, Lontuminic in. ., mill,. ly ..lfi... 1,1"1. .payalilt* five ,, r n,.. fur .nn"m. "f.nhl. 'mlf "I W An,In.WH. .Jr. _u ___.___._.___ .. S'
frommericus Gi. i u< t. 11 i 'thi Harm' ,. montlr i.r.r. .Inl.. ... in .1. .d bv n purchn'n mon. v 'I.
aty'i .I ..T..y .win | ._ ____. _._. ."
---- l by fM: ,'N 'lp .1. ..rtj'ii.f In npconlnnpo with thn nmIi. f "MKtim r N ,.".h"r ( o. "1".1."| "HMi .h .
unvt.. .hn. n* 11"1.1 M.. K Mirk.lh.. In th .urn of .y Dollar.iIOfn '* _..___ .._.__ ..__ 144tu '.'
weeks visit with her nlMrs. l.k of 1nrk TO' _
two < iv *
of i n.
Mrs. n S. .J"hn., of Lake Butl'r,, pan .r. t thom. rtcnn I runt '.v nrorimrn titfilhir with that Lirtinn' unr..irdnl ,nn *f.1 d"prif* Ml n.'nton* bldllfir' t"
wn' Mornlnvisiting ) Itomoreet' wns companie!I t Ion HM A,dm in i.t rutor of tha E .. if Mali. of a midand, fl I.. t ,|I. .(?,', 1".1 I un..f..- .T.*" ., Ir".1 CiMtnty llanh t nv i !' I
in town tntt f>F (> I', Mark Hi di-ciunf*!. by .1. !, 111 aatd' waitonv 'IwiH' lull, .I".,..-It .vlth' t ". r.,nmi. .1"I tdamt A Sniidtriit lamid r>oro ntat rontl 9 1000
MrV. II. Green. hv 111 Iltn..r. Mi"-. O C. Jo'inson. : ,' *.1 .Junuaiy" 1 1''il.. arid Cftrdiil inI v .I' t. .i.urt no: .K fi' It or prrttriifl' lr ('n.hlr' I
parents, ""w*,ry u lltoimbnr' U. ?
:11. ant -- --- I 1".1" It, "k 'I i ,.M. .f |1'.1, ,' 1, 111 J ,im, ill., fivr. ytara'iifi. r dill.. In f. .n fin .M .. |I..t.... I I"II.I. nv nl -.inn \ittfiiHt 1. 1I25.Hnttb .
-- ..* of A.n.tr.r f nunty, l.rld. sum I of Hi.lt: hun.lrnl, ,. dollaniI' ., -nl mil nil. '1..d.|.r Mr. nnd Mix. \\ilm" loJ7lnlorf --- -- ,Hi 1, !.u'I.' |...rtr "f II. ...' '.., -r I.. mnli" .l.y I."hl-t..I. ,,n.l, "||. ,1 (" .0 .n r I. f, 14. l.i I,"K.H' ont Itradford f mnty lln'il t ny r Mt 1)7 I
1 Messrs.. D A Deen and P. MUlych .. ., .*h, it 1.1".y t* t' "" nv nlnw, I'--' unHi. "a.
Six |
Ji .n T..n.h. t" ,I pon" ItInm
Son :Msito./ t",,it! \.I.pn.1 m, .n f ,0".lh. ," Hint rrrlnin'o. Srn ih tt r u rain Niinplli H .. .
of 1 .
.1. > ", I uth, .r RnnM" I l.." f J'' Tn ., .O. f .Hw ".ipie, fifil hlfd.r| i
luoinbf ut tho Jmksnnvillc T.y. .rtm-i in r. ill |iroi.irty. in 1.,11".1 I Iin ,,.. .1".1 I Wn>|rt virri Tr mipnllen ..... .?... _.. ...
with iclntncHeuitlfH I ..i an.! ro Hitnn' ,. fnrt < '" } ,h. n"I h, ,fint1 thprr"fefi
tr > nen* nn"FL > C. "ij I ( Hnld murltrnito In .,1..1 .n nnvn on C r.iicli. IriHd.ellnH lumber ..
I her I'xchnngc': (I'l. ntt.. n,led thiorgnn ,. ,N.>.. |I..m r tht. os.(* propi.ny tun.cyt.! ... .l,.l.I'i..i" KBi'l noli and .. "r.I. ,I 'inItiHik ., '". i.rlrp of tin, i rrn i>.v. nnif thi dp.I Mr m* A **iti d* r t nirr c t rond SO ..... ..a ,
Spring, 'nation mll.tinu< otlie r I.>' J.: M I .N.hniii "rifciul Ma*tor. lf I'tx S ,rmi"t* "I;0, of th> iHihlic rrcorduof "-I,H "f nil iDmiirnppfiful bldnVm tn ho rpi > I R Onim v rl'itrmir rlitht of w y ...
| line of. 1111"1 >,.., ut. I'rut ( "mi.any. a 'CIIotlon'I Ilritflfunl, FlirldliPrimlnory i rm d, 'Him Any .nff" mml. .hal In1I Quhfl* y ind Onvln cone ret pfpe rml 2 .
Stump *. stnrle ( Tuesday at t l UK \ lmlnii-tifit'> i' of th.. K-i"t.- ,> C.unl.' ilali.l "It'1 top.,1" ".o4'(.n ,.r |t .. .
t J A road 8
dre !s goods at 1 : ;: : nJ. I ..hr"'y "r. K U StfirH-.M nr count Smith Gar rot t -- -
I Orange and, Black Ton Room. Markilllu .l.-c. u- .l ,hy J Ih-.d dattsl \\10.) unyohlf.. two yran ",, lni, ,m Hi". !IUnt "AII.
I MM"' a",1 1 Lurdid D.. l Boi lfc
iiry tn e< -"m nt Uollnr. (IftDOO) mail by f PIMOR.w. Soptfmb.frl
I Oninesvillu. ]I. TI M'S. Tl. IT"'* ''. "' tmtff r 1.I.he .I* .1 ; Una Hunt : .
< ouniv" I } "._ ,. 'I AH C4 itirnt-4.iin, <' l (lank of Htarkf* J< V roll*. ,....--..- -. ,.-- -.--
dress for Sc rRI
W The ntlltl dnlll H l.r.tnrv. 1II1IIi .
Friday here with Mrs. E. (f'HS! .
pert I Thi N. -
t hal .r .rti( '. tiuart i iof -- -
Mat\ can't b<(. .. .
fterht'I'g's flt-cttnn i I "* 'u "fi soith Hiii'NlnwUtn
\ Hayes. tJNt.I I/1.1 < mtHiiiiim' ffu-hty aar. i| :"I'OHT OF Tim ROAKLU OF liONII TKLTHTF1S8 OKCOITNTY rmAIFORJ
.. BKI U'lTI'l ATIONto
mow nr U .lntr thu r>nme proptirtjr" con
Charles II. Ro-rister. of T-nkp But. vtyN| by R M ,I,.i".. .. 4,,rial MUKN rtn I LOniMA. FOIl SIX MUN'f'S' tf h l'i'* amount un hn 1 ....... |TOrt4 7 t tI

1 \ it..r to towr I Dr. K. J L. Digs will mowhi" \ Ur Wa o pn.minem nl ion .Imlnl"rn".r.r it.. -"a' nf '. tty amount ir-nun"rit| nu .-
office thii week t thf rip"1 I .
Tuoxlav.Walter. .!.) .lut.il' F.b I __ To urn >*mt i Iriivn .,*_ I'-i
buUdnl! on the hlihwny. near thi,,! ."n. 6. }11 t;. nnl, r, <.' I I. I in D.I|

ha'. M reultoi, p u I. of th< I uhhr 'H eordn ofM fFSlm\: Fi'N'Utiecriptw $: ntn
Will", of T.imp-i. tourh"ul" a.'iford ( inM,> J II,,,ii,"* nl-o
been in town 'p\ernl rH\'* attendJltir -. / mmpil his ..ffi i. to t'n' The* Vr>rthiii.t .)..r.r,of 11. SoiithWMti ;, f). t n HIT t nt rIS

new location in the nine tmil.iirijiMr i ,m-T< .f .Se lion .r.'y.I.' Town .Inly, : in'5 o.d..1 i fr. .. r. H'i\ A, tot fflifulnr' taxes ... ....._ _f "IM M
to buslnrsJ ,1"1 four ( South of Idiom. 1 MI.nty.twu' \ ii.,, i. 1 r, .. i. mi, i .. i... ,n.x ".y .. nh... _. gnu in rKKICHT ANt> SINKINO FUND
: and votttalnlnir' forty ain" inori. (ir limp 10th 10 In hand .... ..,
----- H 'I.i "i : fi 'min."iirl I.i r i"'lf hint' nan tank ,._ !"m ti mount nn -
of tin-, New/ nnH MM ."k Bnt''!". ".II r btlnir th. ,num property convcytij by i,'" '. I' f"". I. W Hi. ., in" ._-_.h._.._. ... VII 1 llv B |12 lv .d from V W Ho*** .,
n Adktti'former Jacksonville annuunrntho; F M I.h..t. TM Siecinl I..t'r. to TluAmeriran .\u.i".i '* l'i'!. r.m Atari' ",. f rlv" on linnnn Brliltte. __... ._._- 4i fl 1iuii.t July lUvpr i-erti. -i 1. was I \i 1. itnr to toW i are Tut Company, M eoinirnti.,.ni ,. .." I"i"' '. tm f''m.' r.M. .'n. lax for. Juna. _... .- _- 2..'.* I \ J >
arrival of n .daughter. flzlhetl 1 i "it .' i,tor* "t I the f-u:
Satutny. Edwards Unifirn Thursday, Mure I Ilth ',' K 'Markllllo. ilffeeaaeil. ..1m Januar* I. ""| (..,,>,, 'I'l '"I..r.! I r".1. nr _.u __ _. .. 'I'll'Iflitimh B from R W Tfny4 n tn n
!"> .nd nford.-J ,In D* 1..k 21. ,''ur r lit ',li. of trnn-' _____. _. ........._. Hfi nn 1. rprnivttl from R W fffajn tnxm. ..........
O. Cox. of Okeechnboe. W8I. Mrx. Ilriups in n lifter 01 r Bradford C"'I'Y. r')" _od, I.p'nl.r JllV4K\ tr.m ('omttrollir' uiw tax for July. _,?_.._,- K4'" I. O.t i ifijs tnm.vf-i| fmm V W Hny.wNni

P. of the woel c: Mr*. A. Z Adkm**, and wus ,I 1 nUo I I. l In Jl, frfim E W f.. taxn. -._ ._........-.._____.-. _..- 11."" S, rmitilvrfi from R W Ffayn tftxn
In town the latter par .nc. lot Thirty' < t attending to business re ident of our town. Sin. teen and Wt-nt h.1 of \Mt. Thtrty.n.tti '10, Intlt, from romptrollrr. auto llt.n.f.. ._ _...... __..._.__ 1122.RI
: of Si llon Eluhuwn UMim (Mtobfr IT, 10 from AdamB A ftnnilt-n' dratncinv ..1 U. _h--.-----. IR.01Mtohrr Thl l .. .
I Townahip Five 'ifit South of Itanm, ( HI, 'Ifiit, from romptrollur. auto IIO..OM. .. _._.....___ 87111ftetolHr UMI rnl) r tt Tntwrear eiitlri.il lu Inn 1 1 f i ir
Mr. and :Mrs. W. W n"t.r.J Jspent Get measured for that nevjEaster Twenty-two ((22)) Fit abovn D on mat II, from traeUir wort on roal _. 14(1

In Lake ,. smt now-Nat Stern. : of Mid s-rtlon. To..hl.'.nd ranire. Smu. i | Ninrmbfr S. l Jpl from'F. W".7y. ta<. _.......::. ....._... *:.IH >. > t. IMS to amount m hand srr JI4Jl\!
last Wednesday put 'I man hrlnr Mi-I. ''f CI. offic* of Cir 1..o''r' *. j., f.m r. RU ta. Au.UBt. _......_. '4.U C, HTCII MATTHEW

ler. berg. uit. Court In th City of Stake, florid.,'I !. 27 1IUS. rtm Cumptraller. ..tax fur l,tmb.. ........ 161 1 Mny, Chairman, BMH of Kunil Truaton, Bradford County

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5252525'2252S"c.5o.552S'cS! .5i5!! ? O;:: satisfactory. control as the liquid' liability, a healthy, normal chick' siderably), longer than paints in ourilYilate \KMON FAMILY nEU ,\SEU I Daytona the completed Beach plans Announcementof for a new

, f 43 Bordeaux its an asset. ( is made of the following AT :MLKIIER CASK HE.\IU'ol:' (. high school to cost $350,000 was

Peppers There are a great many praticen *. materials: 1 pound resin 2 ounce I mode yesterday by J. F. Kaslhnm

Farmers & Farming I Peppers' arc affected hv the used.. in raising baby (chicks tallow, 1 ounce spirits of turpentine Held| ForI..rd..r: of I Karl Padgett. city superintendent of schools. The

: C'eicr' ''por ( leaf spot m,">nutin("< (.iml! some of the most important and 0 ounces wood alcohol. 55. !Slark Panner.Tnmpn I building will be erected en Third

t J.nuwn18 leap-dorp. It affects the items are: avoid. crowding, avo1;< 1 :Melt resin and I tallow together.. I avenue.
[]: leaven float commonly but also chilling or overheating do not feed "'III.farl'l1 th.-Dill-( _
After cooling somewhat, stirring
By R. 1'. Ward )
I ( County Agent! []:
damages" the fruits and stems III too curly (30-72 hours), practice lontmuously. miNsnl was ordered, by CountyJu'lge Tallahassee-Governor John W.

severe cases the plants are entirely salutary management and adopt Cornelius yesterday of the
has offered reward
, g The mixture I will harden on ex. Martin n of
Tho seed should Thomas Harmon 17,
schedule alter
a feeding and do not case against
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE posuro to air and should be kept in $100 fir the apprehension of thuthree
l I" ,disinfected! by treating for :> it. his mother, Mr Pc-rma Harmon
L1 ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND []: 0 wide-mouthed 1. tightly nuked hot- I> .
who held and robbed
minutes in a 1-1000( solution of his sister, Sally 19. who were bandits up
In feeding chicks it is most advisable
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY []: tie. Apply with a brush.
bl ,'(corrosive( sublimate. The young to f..pdlhout 5-8 times aI charged with murder in the death I the Coleman Banking Company
," -..-. ..-.. .-. ..-. ..-..-..-.--- --- nnnnn.n-r-n. should be in the Large wound which were covered 55 Stark farmer.
,. sprayed of Earl Padgett. last.
,. ,. ,. .o:" oc.=>c.=>. o: o==c.=>=c.=>========== plants day at regular intervals. If possible I II February 21
Kl'II..1lnd, continued tho field I I two years ago with this dressing i .
in Cornelius personally
Judge questioned
supply the chicks with milk:
10 I.U.Olt pcr-limo' dusta for the control of
1-4-fiO Bordeaux dusted, I have shown no decay whatever in the ; .
with a or j l the witnesses preliminary
in form. Don't forget thoi
NOT TO SPRAYBy most of the truck crop diseases. I some :; find the dressing itself as
However Homo sections of the with a 20-KD' copperlime dust. ,i water and put it only in clean ves I appears heraing.
Eggplants intact as the day applied.
:M. U, ENSIGN state are using the dust in spite sels."' i
of the fact that it costs more for There are several eggplant diseases Green feed is also essential. S RUPTURE'Expert

"Intension: Plan Pathologist-Ento the same amount of protection. that cause great losses, I Try to get the chicks out-doors I RURAL COMMON: SENSE ,
mologist, University of Florida chief, of which is tip-over. or collar
direct Itchinq
!His is largely duo to the fact thatit as soon as possible into tho I

So much of the spraying and is easier to handle ami, a bit : rot, caused by a fungus knownas rays of sunshine it will help in i By Spuds': Johnson

V dusting that I is done in Florida More food-proof. If dusting I b Phomopsis. This is a seed- their development. -

I lor the control of insects and well ,done, it will prove to bo a borne disease and frequently old It is claimed that the first 10 I II FARMERS WHO RAISEOWol PILES '
seedbeds are a source of infectionto I is the critical time with baby HereF.
I lunt disc-anew of truck crops i n !good I investment.Cucumbers ',I FOOD AND FEED
the :young plants. The problem> j i chicks. It's true but it does not I
control is that
that it is no wonder many dou'itng There is ono disease' mildew i of well worked one out but it must behandled ',': mean we can neglect the birds after I PAZO OINTMENT Instantly Relieves -

Thumases have arho'n. .Inn/; (rust), that is the most prevalent from the, standpoint of that time.Systematic While I know that !growing corn ITCHING PILES and you H. Seeley, of Chicago and

Irown watches his neighbor in Florida and, always occurs. In I seedbed disinfec management of baby in Florida is can get restful deep after tbe Philadelphia, the noted truss ex.
Heed treatment, chicks will bring about well de. an expensive proposition
first application.All .
,pray, and although the good the controlling this trouble, other thin and rotation of crops. Spray. this fall. I also am sure that more pert, will personally be at the
cighbor waited until the "rust" diseases will also be taken earn I II"f veloped pullets druggists are authorized to
of doubtful Florida farmers could, their
log anil dusting are grow White House Hotel and will remainin
ad before he I As indicated above the liquid refund money If PAID OINT-
even con- should be treated, food! feed ad.
value. The seed COMPANION CROPS FOR CORN own and crops to
"idercd it worth while to (do, anything Bordeaux or the dust should),) be MENT fails to Cure any case of Gainesville this Monday only
I prior to planting in a 1.1000 solution vantage It is folly]) to think of BLEEDINGor
and then proceeded to di> a applied) so that the leaves are protected of corrosive sublimate fora With very few exceptions it U I raising corn as a money crop, butit ITCHING.PROTRUDING BLIND.PILES. Cures March 29. !Mr.' Seeley says: "The

half-hearted job, it made no difference on both sides with the fun. advisable to companion Shield will not only
I period of 5 minutes. Eggplant use some I is good sense to think of raising ordinary case in 6 days the Spermatic retain -
in Jim Itrown's mind concerning gicide. High pressure pumps arc be land, following to immediately follow corn or it and other grain to
should not grown on crop crops' pro. worst caoea In U days. 60c.WRIGLEYSRK. any case of rupture perfectly
I the r(' ults. His ncig'ibor"prayed : necessary to produce a good fog eggplant and a crop rotation to be grown at the same time as the I vide the food and feed. needs. of the in
the 10
and, it him mist the I but contracts opening
that will float into
cost money or of three to four years corn crop. This is more deslrabloi fnrtn. .
Jim Brown didn't and he had just vines much as a mist on a foggy seems desirable.lLEAl'ER !. i in Florida than In most other states | Farmers have a tendency to days on the average case. Being

as good a as hin neighbor, albeit morning floats onto windshield I than ii 1:1 all former
crop your in that corn matures earlier a vast advancement over
| plant all]) nearly all]) of their
tho dmease got both ) ) and instantly it. Use (: PRODUCTION IN or
crops covers (i any other. southern state. The effects in so-called]) methods-exemplifying Instantan.
when about half harvested. And a 3-5-fiO Bordeaux for the first HOME EGG LAYING CONTEST=" : of these companion crops acreage money crops ..
and in case these money crops have eous effects immediately appreciable
no one may go about over the two or three applications to prevent I are: first, to obtain a hay or grain ,
It It4k bad the farmers left
I a are
tate and find o> few men who burning the tender, !growth. Gainesville, Fla.-Egg produc. crop; second to add humus to the In the year hole., While if they woul 1 and withstanding; any strain or

have really done a "jam-up" job Fur subsequent applications Home Laying Con durIng matter the size lo
apply I tion in the Egg i soil; third to prevent leaching plant enough food and feed position no or

"f spraying (dusting that it I'; the -1-4-00 strength. Good I test increased 17 per cent over the the summer rains; fourth to I supply their own needs, and cropsto then cation. Large or difficult cases, or

quite discouraging to try to stone. lime is to be preferred but production for January, accordingto I make use of the unused fertility plant what they could Incissional (following
money crops ruptures op.
,.r'a'h the g"npcl of proper pestcontrol. where this Is not readily obtainedthe the results which have just been i after the corn crop is mature; anti, ,, handle they would at least not

hydrated lime may he used if tabulated By N. K. Mehrof, extension fifth to prevent leaching by using have to buy high priced feeds with erations) specially solicited. This

'J,,. The intelligent person nf today \the quantity Is increased by one- Poultrjman. There are 53 up the solution nitrogen.The low priced instrument received the only

,.' knows better than to wait until half. That is, Instead of using 4 flock reporting for tho month of most commonly used companion money crops. award in England! 1 and in Spain,

j' he has contraited typhoid fever or pounds in a 4-l-fiO Bordeaux, increase February, with a production of 51. crops in Florida are velvet I j I Interest in \livestock is expected results without
> to increase this and the producing surgery
.. rnall-pox before ho docs some it to six pounds. 21 per cent. beans, cowpeas, beggarweed! petnuts |'
ber of animal going feed in the injections medical treatments or
on ,
thing. He knows that it Is of no Cantaloupes and Watermelons The best production was obtained and native grasses. On MomeIlInds I
Corn Belt and the.IIIt.rn
use to lock the garage after the The same directions that are I with Rhode Island Red pullets practically all of these will '| states i I prescriptions. Warning-All casesshould
should be This will in all
rnr has been I demand for
probability create
the disease mid, the theft must be diMc-anes. are' applicable T. selecting the one most profit. a
are owned by :Mrs. E. Handy, feed in these sections, and of any elastic or web truss with
prevented by that science with watermelons and, canta. : i crops
measures Grand Island.In able.There consequently make under rest where
the prices high. trap8, as same
loupes, although the fungi attacking the
has be exceptions to
developed and that are the Farm Flock Class, :Mrs.J. may:! '
well understood. Today most,, them arQ usually different. In in the lead advisability of having companion 'ler. i the lump is and l not where the op.
1 IJ. Hoed Pay, was
truck growers spend large sums the case of melons experiences with n production of 20.K7' egg per crops with corn. These exceptions The Iowa farmer can grow cornI I, ening" is, producing complications
of money for quantities of high- to indicate that spraying I could only occur in Florida on muck I much more cheaply than can thei i necessitating surgical operations.
: White
bird. lie has 6J5 Leghorn
grade fertilizer who a few years 'need, not begin. until the vines be. pullets. j lands where there is already an 'i Florida farmer, but when the Florida | :Mr. Seeley has documents from

ago would have laughed to scorn gin to run well. The disease that over-abundance of giganic matter. farmer pays freight! on the Iowa .

anyone who dared' suggest such destroys the leaves of the watermelon :1 The average egg production per Since these lands are usually! well farmer's corn. the corn cost him the United States Government,

extravagance, however if o-ie also cause a rot of melons !' bird for the entire contests is No1 supplied with weeds and grass seed :;practically]) as much as it would have i Washington, D. C., for inspection.

i in transit and this has direct 1] vembcr 5.05.\ December 7.55 Jan. big undertaking to cost had he grown it on his own
could make $!)0 per' acre by Rp..n.l.Ing a it would be a He will be glad to demonstrate

./., $16 for spraying equipment bearing! on the price of melons to- I!I uary 10.41, February 1431. I prevent some summer cover crop ( farm. NEW HANDY PACK without charge or fit them if de.I

labor and materials. It would be ward the end of the season. Buy. A summary report for the four i and this could only be done by very The farmer who has corn in his
sired. Business demands
hard to locate a better investment. ers discount the price to protect months shows that the average pro. frequent plowmgs. It is probablethat I own crib and meat in his own Fits hand prevent

True enough some years when themselves on probable loss in I duction per bird to date I is! 38.77. I even these lands are benefitedby smokehouse is generally the one pocket and fiunt I stopping at any other place in this

the blight happens not to be bad. shipment. Kellogg and DeWitt, Mt. Dora having a crop grown on them I who has money in the bank. At a section.P. .

tne returns may not he forthcom I Potato (white) breeders of S. C. White Leghorns after corn or some other crop has farmers' meeting in one of the cotton Her for your Hotey

ing. But year after year we goon Potatoes in the Hastings Sam. are in the lead with a production I been taken off. I states the speaker asked all sad ... ...! ..'''.1'.1.' S.-Every statement in this

paying our Insurance premiums sula DeLeon Springs Vero, and of 70.32 eggs.F. S of those who had corn in their own Osmlns Sweet for any money notice has! been verified before tbs

'/ and are happy to think that tho Everglades sections will go I A. Gordon of Jacksonville still KEEP FLIES OFFOF cribs to stand up. Twelve men I Federal and State Courts.-F. II.

wo haven't had to collect the fare ,down with the blight 8 years out leads the farm flock group with an I DAIRY COWS I stood. Then he asked those who I .L.s&farWrlgtejsP.LHanJyPaeIyour Seeley.

of the policy. So the truck growers of 10. Dustings or spraying( average production to date of 52.81 I I i WITH REPELLENTS had meat in their own smokehouse jf MI Deale?. Counter TT ,| Home office 117 N. Dearborn St.

of Florida must come to look should be begun when the plants !, eggs per bird.M. I to stand. The same 12 men stood. I Chicago, III.

upon thin. business of fighting/ plant me from .t I to fl inches high and : N. Shonda, Jacksonville, with i GainesvilleFIa.-As spring and I Then he asked those who had, money II I .. .

,discuses and insect pests us one from then on the new growth I his (1.18 White Leghorn pullets tops i summer come on, dairy cows of the in the bank to stand. Again, the -

"f. the oust necessary and at the must he protected. This means the Commercial Group with an average state will be seriously pestered by same 12 men stoo,!. .;.--.--.-----.-,,-- --_._._--- ----- -'"
----- -- -
name time most ,difficult jobs in according, to Mr. Smith the! manager I production of 61.67 eggs for I flies causing irritation and. often If we would.. have money in the I ,

4k t the production.. of a crop It i is of the Leonard Farms at the four months November-Feb. resulting inI reduced milk flow. A bank, a good plan is to raise our HARRY

; (Hit( as important n* planting tho Hastings, (hut when growth is i I niarv Inclusive. number of sprays and mixtures for own food and feed crops. 'I BOWKETT

,,'('dl or iipplung/ I the fertili/i-r. most "inpid that the spraying or Oilier poultry raisers who were repelling flies have been tried and -

for what iivn ili'thi I if n miin plant dusting should. bo done every five nmonir thp I 5 best in their respective found practicable, according to STR.VWBEHRY Ct'PS LOCATED AT

(ho whole\ farm and loscth the I I or six days at least Potatoes classes for February are: :Mrs. Ilamlin L. Brown extension dairyman ASH CRATES Ideal Restaurant Next to Mitchell's Drug StoreFormerly

Top' Furlhei, "'more( lie (must look handled in this way last year aclordmg :M. A. Everett, South Jacksonville; who suggest the following: ,

upon it as nn act of insurance., If to Mr. Snjth\ gave an Irll. \V. W. Cook, Zephr>'hills; :Mrs.J. A simple fly repellent is made by Watch Inspector

f it i i. doni. right it 'is (might( >. reused. vield'' of 15: barrels per C. Perkins Paisley; 1'. II. Put-* mixing. gallons. kerosene 1 quart I would! like to announce to the I. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY:

I Ir <'heap insurance.The ) lure of No. 1's over another block terson, Oilando; Mrs. G. A. Hull pine tar and 1-2 pint crude car.bolic growers that I nm (going to workon

rusts mid mndews that where, the spraying' was less fre. (irov'vlnnil; ,\. J. and! M. J. Lepper, ncld. The addition of 1 quartof strawberry crates anti cups that WATCHES. CLOCKS JEWELRY

.1.1i work '"l'h) havoc. in our' fields, an- 'quent Ton ninny growers have an live Oak; :Mrs. J. W. Ansley, Gamiers fish oil will improve the mixture.Another is, see what prices will bo available And OPTICAL REPAIRS

i,., I invisible j \ foeH i i.. t tin- result, of idea, that two or three applications : G. L. herman Live Oak; J. emulsion that has given by instead. buying of co-operatively this year, r ALL WORK
buying retail GUARANTEED1
I heir wink, that we "..l', I Hence, of spray or dust applied' W. Apple, Jacksonville; Mrs. O ItlumCorll. !good results, especially for tho repulsion -

e t when the farmer waits until he when they first observe the disease I :\ Wauchula; and M. Wiestholek .- of stable flies which sting Of course, I cannot make any .:-.**"**'.- ,-*-**SH'-,*V..a aMl- -.-.-__. am.a>,l.a>>,._>-a*>_ a <_.)

cos the work of fungus ho has is .all; that will bo necessary | South Jacksonville. painfully with a skin-piercing proboscis definite promise as to what prices

V r dept on his rights and thu battle "r profitable to 1111... This is like S is composed, of gallon fish. ,, I will be able to obtain for these

'Is nil over. To spray a field. full making tho first payment on a Ol'U SOILS NEED I linn: I oil,2 ounces pine tar 2 ounces pcnnyrojnl crates and cups but as soon as get. -

u "f diseased plants is much like piece of real estate anti then lot_ .. and I pint kerosene. ting a definite price* on same, willenileavor
a hooting ting the On our southern soils we need to The Iowa fly spray consist of .1 I to notify the growers on
nt glio-tn The dust I mortgage take it away rFRI'GArnE
a or conserve our humus supply *and of coal tar dip 4 1-2 the prices. However I [;
I "pray must be 'on I the leaven. fruit from you because of failure to 1-2 quarts expect to
t. "r stem of thu plant before the Pity the balance) duo; or of allow the main thing is to get it. If youhaven't quarts fish. nil, :3 quarts coal oil, 3 be able to quote these prices" some
tin green comes along and jug nn insurance policy to lapse'' turned under a crop ocin.sionally quarts whale oil and 1 1-2 quart time next week and will make anannounr..ment I

in. If tho plant i. thu digs the d.iv' before the fire.Celery and feel that you cnn- nf tar. Dissolve 3 pounds laundry in the local county PRODUCT of GENERAL
pt'ti'ete I turn under but :MOTORS
not ono anyway in water add the ingredients paper about them as soon -
the germ will soap as pos --
7I "11\ in < tmsido get\ humus by all means. in ortl.'rIhllt whole sible.I I
and bring the
of the up
to do hm ,IHfliii '. There two disease of spray "Colder Than
!!( Thus, are celery full benefit of Ice"MO1)ERN
I ( get
you( may <
the whole prol.lem. ..f di-eiise con I that use considerable Ions. eachvear the other things do. If to 30 gallons with lukewarm will also see what prices that
trol is based, joii you water. This spray will keep off we can obtain on containers for I
by divtroying the loaves.,
upon pro-cut
(mn.Fornuilv find, after have
a .
you grown cropnf
and tho whale oil
I'liono the flies, prevents beans sweet corn, and cucumbers. SANITARY .
it are F.nrlv: and I.ato Blight. --- CONVENIENT
was( t thought that velvet beans if you feel that coats of the animals from
plants had I t t.. .lie sprayed I or dusted Knilv: blight thrives best in warm you .should! feed them but get n* becoming the harsh.. The cows should ROUT. F. WARD ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION;

frequent Kbet. 'mine I tho rains "inoi t weather while tho late much nt you can of the manurebntk before milking and in T ,
washed it blight does nut. sprayed County Agent. I For Home and Commerical
i off after a certain occur except In Into tho soil but by nil means tho afternoon when in the barn for Uses
time Thi i i is i alt wrorg a nil t there' | cool weather" sin'h as we have in grow a leguminous crop, because feed. With a poi t-
ilage or preen
is only oin' reason why truck" I December" antI, January and parts e\en though remove a birurepriiptirtum I
crops you lib),. cart made from a half barrel
must be MH.ueil frequently and of Pebniiirj.: Thus, the celerygri'wi t"f the nitrogen that .. and J. J.
by IIttlll'hinlC'h..I. a sprnvpiimp New Words! New Words! ; Seykora
that i i.
is (o (I'I'II".t t I I he new growth. confronted, with thonoiissitv I that i rep mil)' IUI'e.'n though nnd noz7lp, two men con

When the t temperature' anil moisture ,t of beginning season inthe MUI ina' nmovo as, much nitrogen 40 in five minutes. 30 thoutandt of f Arm tpeilfd Sales &:Servtce

is just right for the mo-it I siedhptl. and. (continuing thruthe from t the soil ns the leguminouscrop : sprny gallons of cows this mixture will spray pronounced and defined r Gainesville, Fla.
rapid growth of t growing season for. if it i,
the plant tonditions isnot adds vet we find that there
also th,. early blicht. then it i 1M the JO cows twice n day for 10 days at WEBSTER'SNEW .;------.- -.-.-.--'-, ,
ore .
just right for the i I.* nn increased, a better productivenpacity cost of 1 cow per dny. ----......-.,.
a cent per
lute blight t that has to bo : .
development of the foug'it.Bordeaux
fungus. And >' in that soil. Tho Kansas Station'; mixture. i is INTERNATIONAL __
every farmer knows that a melon mixture in till' strength/ .- --- .- of 1 each of powder ':0----i -' -.-.-_.___.____.____._ -4
a potato or a cucumber vine of l.t-TiO gives\ good control wheniPI'lietl I.ltlTJm:- : .\111:'; I) IUBYCHICKS composed part DICTIONARY __
ed. resin, fish. oil, oil of tar "ho1,1"nilI'
on many new leaves in the shortspace ( .under\ pressure of 175 to
!"0 ', and kerosene. In preparing Thm "Suprimi Authority", SAY MR.
of 21 hours when thoso : .t t pounds. Little ropp" r.* fin FARMER
growing conditions. dust has been so that information !Poultry breeders are now in the it, the resin is boiled in 1.2 part Get th* Beit tHere ;
are just r lhl. midst, of hatching. chicks. They are of water along with soap and fish
So the i ideal a. t" its effectiveness is not avail-
way to "spray or dust 'i 111.1,.. thinking about their fall crop of oil until tho resin is dissolved. :3 are a few samples : Do you want n complete fertilizer for all
would) be .
to these
pullets. parts! of water are then added nndIIft..r soviet abreaction in Bradford crops grown !
des funlClrl-I' 'l'iiiiatiieiNailhead a fertilizer made
to keep with the from
race February :March anti April are stirring in the Kerosene and hot pursuit cyp.. rotogravure Ammonia tankage sulphate of

growth. For In ta.1re, rust is so well known the bext months to produce hob oil of tar, the mixture is boiled 15 Air Council. ankari capital. ship high' grade German, nitrate of soda, murate of potash,

first few leaves appear on the by tomato growers in Florida thatit chicks so a, to bo reared into well! minutes. This preparation is most I mud gun sip pia mystery hlpRUlh.n. and acid sulphate of potash, goat manure

cucijmbor vino these should bo has become' a by-word. It is developed, pullets eary in the fall. I effective for horn flies and should cterol irredentaparavan phosphate? ;

coated on both sides with a fin" lesponsildo for a loss of several "'" must pay careful attentionto be applied. as a fine praY! in the shoneen Flax Day Then try ,i'

film of dust or spray Then million dollars itjnnually. tho method of managing thehitliit.ui" evening.PREVENT. megabar Red Star Esthoma E. O. PAINTER'S "BRADFORD COUNTY
if weather conditions are cool and Preliminary tests conducted lust 5- SPECIAL
says N. It. Mehrof extension :: S. P. boat overhead Blue Cross Guaranteed
little new growth takes place, an. year on the lower East: Coast in- poultrymnn. Tho better DECAY OF aerial cascadecampfire Analysis

other application might bo safe. duatcd that the TREES BY DESSINOPRUNING! I II. Ammonia, not less than
most promising the care the b"Ulr111 be our re. girl --______________ 4 Per
ly delayed until better growing hope for relief )lies In the rust-re suit. : WOUNDS tttit -'bt'Storehouse Potash, not less than __
conditions prevail. When the sistant varieties that are being ----- "___""""--_' 3 per cent
Some of the things to be considered .. Available
vines are growing most rapidly. developed., The :Marglobe variety All wounds made by pruning Phosphoric Acid, not less than 7 1.2
at this time will be arc as follows which above one-half inch indiameter of ,J/ per cent
the experience of some few'ofthe seems to stand out as the bent one : are InforniatiovtS.rvJngYou' List I"rice 10.50 per Ion. t. o. b.

best truck growers in the so far. Seed, of this variety Is not In purchasing chicks secure the should be protected from Cash with order $3 .50 t. Jacksonville, Florida.
r decay by Limbs o. b.
Winter Garden, Wauchula and. ; yet available for general distri- best some means. Car lots .
available, getting them frott of 13 So'Jr'MoifeU"3'
should be cut off that stub .. or
Morriston sections indicate very but Ion.I so no 2700 PII 60OO lllu.tr.llon. more, $
I some reputable concern and as is left. The wound should l be 407.000 Wore..d PhramG
clearly that Is extremely profit. The best protection that For
thegrower Sale
I near homo as possible. Do not promptly covered with a good lea I a.lt*.r and Biographical Dictionary by
able to spray and dust thoroughlyevery of the common varieties make n false start.
five six days. I of tomatoes. has M tho of paint or other protective dressing! WRITE for a sample page of Ih.
or use! well- When
putting chicks under the according to horticulturists at the I New IVorefa, specimen of Regularand Ja L.
It be noted in passing that made 4-l-CO Bordeaux Harrell
may I applied brooder or hen bo sure that each College of Agriculture Universityof India Papers FI far the experimental evidenceis according to the
go tame principlesas anti every one Is well developed Florida.
in favor of the liquid 1 Bordeaux Indicated for other G. & C. MERRIAM CO.
crops. healthy, and free from any deform. Such': a dressing which has shown L.\WTEYt FLA.itt .
when properly made over the cop. Copper-lime\ dust did not give as ity. A weak, deformed chick Is a consIderable merit and will last con. Springfield Mai. U. S. A.

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Th">. Uth tiny of Fthruarv. A P. 1926. ii'l I>.n.nn. S. F. Meyer. and Company. H. Northwrat ."n. of' {Rate (nil 1 1ne
lay cornerstone for new SlCO.OOichurch. SAMPSON CITY W. J. EPPERSON, I Itnwk and Mm. S M. Hawk. H. C J.rknon Slrr t : th. Westerly 1

-" Slu-rifT. na Adrninlntralor' of tteir:tat. of Th"mt.ol. N. W. Itackett. If Hvln r. or lr .li>n thi North Kim of aaiiirhoutiand
.1,, O Uu-rry. drci-i ftcl. .xhtanco. are all unknown to complainantami JackHon Slrn-tn On. On.H.nI..1 *
St. AURustnl-50 new home?. Sampson City llr.h 2fl --llov. 2.IZ.UI.f.1NOnCE that there l I. no noman In Btat* olFlorliln. f mill Sixty ((1160)! ) ,.t '

11lb: ll1nalli i $1.110.000, wi ba built 01 C. A. Crosby, of Starko filloil I hnri't known to .0"1.lnln"nl.I. m'rvleii tho Wml lln. of in alley, rjfinintrmidway
"stll >f whom hind the between a ..1'.1
111"1 Shores. ular appointnuMit lu-ro Sntuni.i\ ; nn./d ..hln"n .uinm, or either of thirn. ."1 Slrert. thi-nta Norther''* \Ion* ,

Jt'k( "I'il- $;0.0110 businos: evening and Sumlay niortiini;* vUliveniw '- In tho Circuit Court. F.!"hth J"I.I.I ,lUl' U, .Ili-M'tl hv romptainnnt' thnt thinuitii .Iho Went ttlue of .. nlley fciiihlHundred / '" \
)' anil Sixty (NllO) ff t to I
1 erected for Hiy"liuiL' Circuit. rtrailforU County d. //I..f".I1. nti> mt< .tti d in (hiproperty
trlll' two very intereatinB ("vr- tho South' Inn, of 8nld innjliularAl .
ChmncervII. Imohrd,! in ,thl* n\ilt nnd "pl.ln. 'I
Company. L TIIHa, that ..h.1 not \ linn' ( I ) thenoo EnntiTly !;1 |
alloura am :
I ant /.. k..w. ::
moiS.Irs. tin., South, line or aald f : .- 'hung Widening of geverai of JiU'ltffonVillo. Complaltiant! ,hdilfui'tit match nl.I tnipiirv" hnx not beer 1 hoimattd On* II"indred. \
) lo.liglnl., nhlft to .., uhntlur. nnv ,tf .ihu .n'.1 On. "
i1J i 'in i tiaveled business .tr'U. Kju'iit !last \\uck lu-ro tht' \I and nnd Company .li fcndantn. .r.11. avi*. i evidence or placi! Sixty, (tllcto, )Dlnaonnl riwt U pi I lot I t ir On.beginninit ( )- |
Tlu* h.mhentlo. (1
: i i ,in,' ,id,\ i-v. i'humber of commerce I truest of her eUUT, Mrs. DelliThomas. FI..ldl. n '''I..Ion. rt .., of or hunlnifm nlhe. or In in nl..1 I.Io"r.. a'* nnlttu or n.'wn. and, I I. .I..1 ; ft tho \.0; uf thiTror l.awty; : n n. rorilma i m' .pin -
be 1'iuKi $'25,000 pr.mar;)' I'.r..lnnl. nth-KIM, In the nwoin hilt of complnlnt, ninn or .
q tJ1 CO.1ltfes ity' ,. ., Titlr.Tt .hlt 'am' of ncurd In th ,i Mcc of .;.6
nons iid[ si hoed to be con wil tho, bill of eomplnlnt .lu tu>llien thnt tlivrp nro personfirm* ,I'lirk of tho Circuit Com, of Bfnnl ,
:ramniur Friends of S. K. Junes Appiiirinu ,
eDit : :" :11' ..yor. anil! mri'i' mli. h".1 fn 'thp ..1"!" Klorliln. In l>r.d l
whleh Ci
< I' w ....h -.Hint\ 'd.Titusville. be pleased to that slvc* i I. abl*' CHUB** I I. ."e to nmd\i* cloud from tltto anti property' {motxed thlr .,1 ,hone nam"ntte .. < on pmfo .I. Afi.0 th. Sonltfll.ilf
lhlandti n )
of to i
bcgunmi utl-ack tho
Construction Nor.
ain ufUn th Hlli
-- to bo up nj an lo quirt .f .'nl.I.lnt nnd. ( rKkt
ti> comttlninant ( Northiaii'ipinil
1,11 of
bill oi (
fn the
by Paul RebinsooOwvrtctu k $Bakr'D.IUUE'S new home for "Titusvilla StnAdvocate. 11'ltE imii "stion." Complaint thul. ..thnt.dtvoilhrd thr 1"r, of IrIM..1 ll* f la prntPtl attainHt auch known unknown ., .NW'-4( I-4 anil 1 thtKiut 2*

J tUfjndiinU, IIWHIOIIB, firm* aiul cor S3)i.f
Mrs.V.. I, 1)1\1) ban roturnei o..Iy. riorldu' hn* n".I. .Iu. Tht'o.arLor1 Half
1M4 k < ,m Chnncery duly inHiu-tl in .. '
the winimuhii
Lulu- Alfred-New 10010(1 to 1\1 homo in In'k0onvlll') nftcr I Mind fnuaii, thnt the nun! *"m..im In Chnnvery "IF'WFRF' It In oidprnl' thnt all per- 'IN1-2)) of tho Nnrthwpflt Quarter

hotel complvted here; numerouhomes two week's vis't frut-st Mrs. MVnrnos. IK iiniputt.>l ami cnnnot W Hcr\o>1 (.. r.. >rporiitUma, namctl tn thlinot ''N'\.4) of the Norh..t q".r..
COM'ESSION:; in the all-ab' r I tho Ktorlitn Land. and. ImtnlirrntionCompany ICP, living or In tixlHtanco, or If dea* (111> of .. T."II.Ihr.
been nrbinjr! compunjof and business buildings going upon corponitinn. one of th tlnfondantM or not in etlninnco. then lit*, her. their o ,,2:1.: ) Tuwnnhlp ) 1. ( .
this .dilmx>.. teuHtepM, Twenlv-twA ((22)) Funt. ConIniiilnv -
Harrington Hit hefm. "
"Why did I hold ?our, hand ? either lh'lu'f'I' up. T. LSnk Williatnihn ia cm- named nitid bill. of. 101"1.,1. owIntr t, PN unknown. nucppftvorH and in.nlnn., and to all.r.n.per In all Klllhty:I (SOl cri'.,

younjr musician repented nr' we to pal.tl' !' 111 .\p"pklGap llil" phuinime'Uctrie plo 'ed in rulatka npont Sumln' ;' to fU-ct'lo thv offii1 fnture!!.TH or of appoint'lhP ntt.rI8..I.ntn.. anilowintt xoim, firmH and .o"ton., bavlnic oiI'tiumlutf Atr>n< or IIIIHVnii. .
at home.-: anil inch of hi-rfby r -
question with, u recondite, unsmilinpr ore stay railway t" lilk int'ri..r of his mother, Mrs. .r.. to the full tiro of mild coriMiration, ttihae any ''nh..1 *. certHlipleren. you .. Court
hi-ro" truest > to hrfor.
of Innd 'ly n amheitiic niilrnl" /
Here nuCuitiss., Neteibefore rlnrhln officor luttt or parrel :
was of ,
tho Siatn' ; :; duI'ult.
face. "110 you rcullj,' want m.to 1 Florida cities, ut ce st of $10,000' Rio Hall.Mr ".lhl. whom pr iciwa mn. M, llradfnrd ,,,"1.. State I of Floridaknovin of thp I"I..j ,
upon '
had him He
1 seen firm, or
so .. .uu'y i 1.ln.
tell you ? he continued and 1 1 ...rd and. It appmrlnu 'thai pmcwaa enn"t .n.1 dmcrihtst an rolow. i .
nml Mrs.V.. K. Jonon of : ilny of April. A. !>.. IB!', 11. .anialirliiu
had, made it impossible now foime 000.'np"n inid con>orntl m foithw t'hi- S.r'h..1' (,, N.rh..1 of
Power vorvril
was conscious ajrain of his lirvonesque hp upon n ruin, ilny. at th* Court >*
8pringI-Fo\i.a New 1'1111.d 11'\1 laveek of ..iil curporalinn. to tliTlofftrem '.n'.r of Button Thlrly-FUe ( ) ;
him tlniiwere failure of
things Bill
to the
| to
IYr111' anuwtr a
Co. of $ I ma Fit 'lIM. SN ('RI. Seven <(1)). .u.1 .un'y. Cmplint
beauty ulso of n subtle. t.J pl.111 : account of the illness or appoint" aui-nla ami, owlmc tttho II"hl r'.d l auxliut you In ulil Court
at Adoor \ on ).
my "I.'UI "lH' Mmt( ). Ten IO>.
hlal.t to havi
occult mnR-netism that held nualmott (OIH.OOI) for new plant nnd .xl'n. his mother KJones. ftilluro of ttniJ corporation Twehn H21, Thirteen 11), Ih..n Ponrtertun. nl.. lu.wd) 10"IlolualL. wherein tby
of sympathy)' and understanding fron of : :1 .IIh" the. Stale, of 1.11, an of fin'r untrent ,'k to tmv* Unila hare* /
of, transmission In Southingipuitti
njtainst: my will. si"l : "ho.n ran *cr'pdnnd hintr and 1..11. lh In thim nthpr
hopo to peo 11'1 upon propwa >\i> l ; *
existed between fl'i"Ils 1..1.
that had ,
us, Si etuuI'uinlvNine ,1.,1. Ili.I.
of Southeiint i
1,1 "
lm ', Slut
Georgia Iho bo
this city to northern > thnt there la perwn "I.l Ih <
"I think I'd butter n alo 11 .I
'i .1."nlnl.
not he fin closed sharply and felt me cold,- i out agum soon.Mrs. of Horldn I h..1./ .. of a .ul'>iwviift uporwhom i-MM' and k""wl m Kv"Iy' t I"I,ni .. by .

nally concluded and there wen! ly aloof, Inlll-Flolhlu lowI' Compan; Lester Kite, Mrs. Ct A. w"uld lunil Mind, VIM.,pm niton : and ))1nlm n.Illlnn. 1'own of Stnrke' AIno n I..t It In.further or.lirril that thi. order briil.ll.li.'il
( of Innd nolnit athi
purchases banks of from the aworn Mtl 01rompliunt (6) ncrm comtm vach week for four ((41roniiiiiil
unsounded depths of sadness in his: ; Don't think .IO-I"\C and Miss LucillMoorcs <,' "1..o.ln., I. corner of land ; once D..II..r.nd"
i "W11 you you River for (" Johns and son in the ahovo cairn*, that tho row N.'h..1 f.r"I.ly Ivn virkii' th* .INI.
VOIce. I thlu"uoewl 'P.tiol Stark of thp ttuned hv TV Swi-itt/ nnd run FnM t I. Ihue I '. In Ih* llrmlford Tele-
an explanation ? ho ask were visitors t to tit dde.I""I. 'h..I. n.m.l. ,
:.owe mo n.n < ,
I of (' plant ImmlitrntlorCompany eiroulatlonpiil.Hlnl
Lnnd and y-'I.hl of mineral
kilowllt \.tl'ic : the Floridit .1",111" 'rl""o 11 ni'WKiminr"
"I'lensp, I coeicetl, "as n matter ed. JacksonvillePutnam county; Wednesday af'rnoon.lrK. I..wl porporation. Janwa, T. Houtir -. ", tl.lrr run 1."lh on 1..to. .., In ..il Comity and rltntiWl .

of i-oieriety> |' I think yoifehould I "Yes because are hug.. I bond, issue1. T>eU.i Thomas hnd as ::1"( and .lohn. Mdln. an Truatvra for Florida 1 ll. L'L'n \n.nt". t htnciV II WM I'NKJIS my h.n.1 and th* aeal of thla
you my votes $1,750,000 101,1 KaMiond Company. a corporationlllhi ..1.. of hind r..ly .M 1..d by T e" ''hi. of M.rrh. I. D. 12.O.
at least attempt to giv>(' band I suppose you have thin : for puvini ffiiest Sunday ., Mr. ami Mrs. <;Juy 1. \\' Itnll. Irt-nc M. 1.1 hin wife. J i nt. 'thenroNnrth to Rtarlinit, point' conluiiiittK 1' "ul W. At
some explanation] of Apalhhi'oll-I'lall, 1 Jonca. hii Kour ( I) acrtw nu>r.< or I.... ti Clr-rfc of th* rurt.By .
\ ,
.. J M \
your unconventional right. I will give you the. fads: I 1'111 str'I., heilg disl'u.I.IlnlnI0Ia3 Christopher nnd baby, 1I.rin.; In\ i I':. .. J.n... I"nl In churvtand *5i.Mion. T..n'y.SI.' PI.) ,,11 nf the iilmMIIK \,. O. A. KNIGHT.
'' wife. I' t : behaior in the )box.: Tho mechanical piecision of aVictrola 1-2 mile br lg Mr. and, :1.1. C. I F. Mi-Kindnv. 11,1 thp pnntor.i of thu Auu-rlran. M. VChurrh | | In Six ((11)), South KUUKITnentvlwn m-M| ) 1"I.uII ct.ri. '

I tried, to he but (L'2> KllMI KII M-KI I _
failed "
severe utterly wonli all of .J O Pnvaprlrh FI.'ORI
on account nf the exhuberan puncuuted my am over. senlhil river, will be eompleted Joan ROSMilnll. nlk."w.i. dointr buritiicnH n,1 n. ,',...,. 1 .. >. nppeur" tho lull of .complaint" fi1, ..|l-llim, COl l.nanl.(
( thought."After. by July 1st. and J. G.Vynn, of (1aileN\'i. nnd Mnt. Ioulna IMIery are tin- In fiiiiil 1 cniifip, on or )In-forp tho Fifth' dn. Tumpa. .'Iorld |

humor" of'.. the festive nitrht. I I the Opera I went to a ,, Dayte>nu BI'alh-Xcw Y. r CA. Friends of Mr. nnd Mr*. T ente I !pnnv i,Mown of, nnd' thnt tho I h.r gprvice in no of pi-r. ft on nuhpoenauiKtn In the tnitn of April<,f the A.. niiNI P 120. will othorwlRO IM< ,Inken the an alien cimftMHtd *.. fr1.1 OF FI.OIII".
two 1.1
'h I
1'0 little dinner at tho DeWights." building to bp i-rected em second Kite will reprvct to learn that Ilwy; t"l., whuu 1'.rl.l.) "'. bind nuid/ dt f"I..IR. nunlnnt ( 'I' J'I' .
cannot 'ou. He pressed 'tho j II In further ordered that thU notice InPuhliKhiil I IIKKFIIV : th fore"
) .
t.I with! U believed bv I thi
th !: ?" i a'tnuc.l'c"huI.ICity. tire confined. to their hr m, n.! thnt It C.mI.n.whiwa rcti. once n week for. four ronm''Ih'ew..I. < n (rue anil,I correct copy or the orivlna!
point. nnnud
I \ len'e plans to launcll I the "flu" and mumps.Vo hope t tsee In< thnt thp uMid. d..r."I.to complainant. .*, in tho Kradford, County Ti,'I.v..h. itnli.r nf puhllratloni minlo.' In .aid, caimeon
ill atnl are
and Sirs. De.Wight 'neon attiw .uknwI
\\hat "No with Mr. .
they? I flli* In *
ure insistc1 l ) liitennlid In thi. properly t..kv! ne.npaper' of (rencrnl circulationpiihlttthid ot.
$ program.Pensacola thorn out ntfain soon. are In."I.1 March A. Dl"
IIO.onl \ 1' :. (
"Lemojnc CiirtNs Lemoyne and cnimin In Hnnlfor.l county.' I"UWlTNTSq > \1' H.VIUH. 11.
and .
Hurry I $." paviniprogram In this .".1. and lhat CU"I..ln"t nt 11"1. .
-- ,10.001 Prs. Middleton and. Iti>jrrs( oStarke han not been able' to nHOirtalrwhether '
and 110
nnd I explained."And ] know W. AI.nrilM\N
once again his I II O
eyoi lall.
: Ibo .Tuibto of the
this I .
noul'lt >r city. of .ald known 1"n."II.
i itorhero
planned \ any do'en.I",1 Clerk of th* Court.
were professional Ch',1
Fluhth and the offirtnl
were .
grave.What I thc-n ? New di nd or alixo.Then J"dl.,1 '' I C. .
\\est Palm Hciuh- armory i SKA I lly KNIGHT
dM he mcnnVhy shoulc las"t wock.Tlomie .fore. It In ordered. that the nalt! mnl of tho Clerk, of thia' court, a. J Urlnlty, Clerk.NOTH .
Tiecause of his unyielding nttitude may h( ('onslrld,1 I Johns of known ilofindantH who ant pewtnfore nanit w1 nu bin tiiunnturo' thin the Hrd dny .r l 1.,1-4
.Tllk""II'il11.1 -
he place Lcmoyno tfhd my husband Ke I ordi. if Hvlntr, and If dfiid. March. A. I'. 1 -'- -
I could not rvveal the things. Springs- (' ; VMitors d! In thm r .I Itl.o FOR
in the class? Was Inbound Tarpon Mr. Johns, of NVw Riververe under thn *.10! W. Af.nFRM4N. F"I I l'IUCATIO" TAI
part i a Int..t.
the s/ml which ('\1 now once utt'r.t. : lo be developeil at e'ost of $2."iO,. bore Sunday.NOTICK. kmiun o.lmln..I "I,'" d..r'I.I",1 nfor .. Clerk (I.nl Court. Hrii.l- ,,1':1: tn"I'KK 8.C'TO": 171 OFTI
to young by; would undoubtedly draw us 101( 000.I.iike. I ____ .d< (Tilled" or otherwiap. .". l..I. all poraoni ,iSr\ri, rn.1 .." Klort.lii.A (.E .:IAL STATDTK.H
bonds, as strong as matrimony, ? I t "h.o that may IK* intotivtocin S. CREWS
It was complicated, ; I \1. couldn't you get youi : City-Tcibacco re-mventinu ( thn property. t molted In thla .,1. dcci Solicitor for Cimit>lni"iint 1.5.f t-4 2COMMlSSIOMlt'M HIT, by nntlc. in nlven that It. TI. Mauon

I situtol t'lpI'ram'ntnl iun to brinii plant employing from 125 to Knlaborcrs I In tho Circuit Court of Hoi, 'Mil.. FlrMI.Itifliclnl IhfHl an followa lyinic and I b'mo iiIttiidfnrd ,purchaiu-r of Tat Rain (..rW.I.

nnd suddenly 1 was swtpt by i icataclysm U I you home to be* lo.ao'/I hc'rc*. rirctilt. In Ami. IVr lnoo.IIO"Iv. i i: Ciutnty.; : riorldu: ;:, to-wil :SoutlienHlimii niinilHii.. .Kiivtlvely|. l 2! 4 anil. 2HH I.u.d .
] of doubt. In Chnnct>ry. The Northeiiht uuartt, r HIKNotice : tho ( of HrailTord Countv.
I hated lvulsiol for 11.1 "Please be fair, fin-tins. Hnr.ry I 1IIIwlto-PIII1 for widenini nntl Ynrn. lit-r ),liUKlmm] <| .r of Sicllon 'T,' TovttiHhip ft. "Smith,, I I'ni.lu' 1. .1..10.. .. b.In. ilnleil July'

mynelf having 1)1 I had absolutely nothing to di" Avenue being ,'onsiJ'd.I 11.1'1. Hunjie 22 Kant containing HO acren m.r I IK henhv .,l\rn 'that under and b). 4th.' ,ttl l anil have. filed .aid certirieatfti

flirtations nml. for huving encoinaged with thi* and no one even knew ]I Jmon begun on nev W. F. N :k.t.. A. A. Diirn .nd C. E. or him l>e'to and. they, her of *by complaint ar. "'',1..0.,. !I II. \.In in* .f that ci rtain dt.cr.>c nf "pattitintetiteretl In my "t.'. ta and. Iwiuo hMO In mRI.areunlnnco, auplfcatlo'lfor with'
I I TnmlI-\'olk Harpnr, aiipiar' 11. 1,1 tint CliiMiit Court for ,0.,1 tut ,
nu'rinJton Ii'r I hntcd to break up thi airport. I It liv nworn Mil of romrlfttntbtit Hind caiiHt*. on M.u'"y.' thnf.th. (County In 'Chancriv, tho 2.h, law, '.

felt impelled l'nvc thl Miioke] party I.f. and. hcsi.lel, one likes to hi I lun A palai'hic-olu] -Kxtensivp: nltern- 1 nT W.>r F.rln.. .- ., 0i\e of 11. (VfinilnnTIn . dny of April.of' laid A. l 1. I lttlA.will, ol".wl.1 i'I tiny nf ."n"n.1'1.,111.y. ". I' I'l .tt. In. action I Sail I n whereir InnilH In County. *
clouded back tin En of th* thn "1"MI.n. f"r Ih"'ln peudimr
to th
gt I r.lowl,1
rooms lions being made t,. H .Ii. A l.n-r.hl..II 1101. .. 1'111.1 nn.1 .. thn flat of th la.uani'
I good sport. and'pah'" of F'.rl' ,! nnirmnlfw\ nt n01 liuril, n. c.. Th"I" 1".11! In .I'lntyititlnnnt I at .
wholesome emironment of Cuitisprotecting' "My God., Salliel"! he exclaim.ed (Jibson hotel. n\v*. W<.nt ,' nl..I.onln nn..I II U IH further ordered, that thla ordir hpuhlltihed I Si r >tm I 1..1. wl.I.. l.lrii-e- McClouil. of MH'h rertlfirntia. In tlm nutni't nwpevt.IM
Ihln.I.hl. 1. for four conm-cutivi! 1'// t\' !h..h".rl. sut forth t
love.fi"pprovll 'In tho Still* of oiict* a wiH-k ..hl.w.1. and C H. ." l.n.I.ul..11 .
ihrrn .
I hut Ihlk..1
I "that's the universal slogan .f Flol'i.11. statp highway elepnrlment ] I rinrldn. hi nrrvifp,ni of. n Hii1tntnnn ilpoiliitrn nI wikn in UK- Ir"M..1 County lileurnptia 1",1. hir h".1 Cnrhton, nndV ,il I. wil :

must have man!- your set, 'a good sport' 'a gooisport. / will havp $12r'00ooO, available I I would 4 ,. l>in,l thr unitl *lt>f<*n fate fur, Inre .r
upon my .' You any of you knovnnthing in 1 Il2f! >, for t'.n--truction ani. tho ftnli,) Vn.unt( ) IH OMT 11. H,0 i iof Vlnhl., rtthlH! th 'Ird, "l of Mnrch, An .. .1.1.nnd, Ild..n. Cobb, hi. him' ,".,,,. ,. 'II. Tp, A. South, Itnit ..

.umed.I the conversation in 1 about renl maintemmce- highwny.int'r 'w.f.onn vtnr* ihnthi llt.'O. .y t.nnd nnd ,rinirle, HHi'h and, .I.hl Uttel betliiMiiind .' ,Kiint: 1 II t neri.., aHHianeil Arilull Leimnril.rirlirirntit .

voice."See "pnl.tIUn- I -R"'IOIF. ORnFRF1. A ADKINHJ .. Itffi ndnntn' nnd by virtue ol No 2NH .mlrn.','., Cnmnieni-'i-,
}.Iel.ling ship. You think ] ( .- Haven- City's .1.r.nIoll. F .1. npPI .. I. Nnittirniit -
lining \ \opuln- ml it"K tinord r the Biild ( thirinTter miidiIHI (I. ill C'n.I'r.f ". qitni'1,1
I have offended, nm < nr to the hill of romi.1nini' t'' thin rnnmnt "r ,
you tails and smoking cigarettes nm M JOI1N9.Rollc thetth ,dny of '...h.n'Y. IWI. Hi. unHunod of Nnrtlu-nnt |"u'r anil run Wi itH
said : tl'ilI",1 luring past StnrW. Florliln. on tho I2ihInv' f.r i offer foinl" 1 .I Hmilh I 12 1-2 1I
he 3N01UR
I nm deeply 'tor Ti Ci'tnplnlnaid' Vn-St-l d* >- UN Cohirumilom r. rhllu. .h"II. 1..1
'. upnl.t staying up all hOI rs of the nlghlsieking month.- ; hlnk resources increase,1 "i A. D IPOfi. in* riMTtilrfil hv nni; nnd tu the hfk.hent hlibli. r for cnxlfront I I'd.I 1 u ".. North' U 1 1.2 .',nl.. ta -
"but do not t'ensure me too st"l'nh' thp of othei' 257 cent. ;that thin ardor ho ttibllf>hf
it i not my fault ('anHne I 1.lmiltol per ''Ilv.( we<*lfl( (In thr Uruilfonl Count T<*lrv'HT tn Si'in lnFtoiiilit., thirl. tin- loimlioutN I.:iixt, "u...'.. IIHNI....) Cnrrlo MfraNhltmI'til'ii .

"PI'UUSI hut il admire the rainhovas n1n. is being 1 ,) "pm.t.'l.1! I IUII"I'Cil y changes name tKnst .h. ncUBimiH-r ,pubtiHhml nt StnrkcFlnrMn. '. In Cirruit Ciiiirt/ '. Ijwl-lh. .Tudirinl. CireuliUrndfonl I .f Mile .. Mondiiy the nO day of Hiiiit ,'. rlf.ul.hl/ bit reiliH>*n.

help it's not. The wives \\ ure 'Ionrl Winter Haven. i ,',",nl'. FI.rl.I. tn ,'"""c'rv. \.1, lli'it. lhn">i> ,'In' ,hiitdti .. l.n.l- .I nrrifiilinic/ to will IMII.Ih. .
it ,gleams" through I ,. nl'.n tttidrr mv hand/ flnj nonl thla tOtl ,rlnrldn. lo-wll : .111,11' uti thu Mil( ilny of .\prl, A. 1>.
i'l'ugrunt the who Florida lias tvvicv much W. Wnttimon.Cninplntnunt. r"r'"II. .
spoils' are ones as ; 1I)1A.!
"tl d.V Mnreh. .1 : ip,'" N..I".I
mi t or fui to be thried have a good time just as much n0 coast us any other state in th. I O. W. ATTtRRMWClrrk 'ii'Urti' r. i-iri ,. I(I iiertH off .tho Wrut. .i first mo,"' violent, Spring ? Cfrriilt; Court va I, "! the Soulhwtwt .iuarti-r| of I the H..th. tlio inl l>
held fur you do but who resist eockstnil-]" Union. I Pr Hf'ird' Tntintv Flr ri*!.. F.h'a.1 N Ile'r..n. it ft quarter North uf Uinm-h, pxctpt twinnd i n.'Atn\ 'Rtn".

( 'an one bo responsible I and. cigarettes and/ put a stop titho Tampa-Construction of $1.001.1"0 ,- C if ) ny o. A. KNinirrDeputy [ .> NolUe Knnwiitnu one hnlf ncict* !In the! r' Cli'rk of Clroiiil COl" Orl.t"rd -
\ Ordi>r of l ) : : :: ; : :'n'f .
with! "
that 1',11. ,
the io>ousne s comes theso Clirlir u"."", *. ji-niKiniN f >. PUit till In ruction H *, Townnhlp n..y7.; County FI".II.
I overtures of ( building of Tampa Athletic I .
blue-bird's lxp'rtuitorR O. "" KIIMKO mid. .."I."II ID .mora 01le i r\I.I Ky U. A. KNIGI'r.
the n..h 1 winj about. Thi' 'TPR I.I.t| litlo. Itmiuve 11..0. etc.IT .. 21 ,
that float Club to begin soon. t. t,. FCRUn r.. "f < I LI (lit I-U 1"1" y c..r

1\10". I pul.h of sunny Kk '!,. ,1 sports' are Iwlplatl to Therearp 250 varieties of Aln.nt. tho AI'I'IAIN'1 Ul .1.lon. ". I N. U WAItfWRIGIir !
( 011 ,. hii .0m.I."t J. M. AI.VAK10/ 'BIn
through, sympho NOTlC
sit unmoved thu' or plnce cbtiHiniMH .r< I
1 their, husbands. They're thinkinuconstructicrly raised, In ", eniine. UK .1. .. c. A. KNIOI rI
Ilorll: TF Gilwitrd N.J.k..1
tho I
of l.rahms: ? instead: of ; tn the CIruiilt < tho Rlyhih Juillpf of and Mary.h.r.I.( .. .IMekeraut I C".nl..II.I i .ra. Cirriill {.., Urniirord {'Ol"tl. F1V-
He ] momentarily und bj tpallnl I Clcnrwntfr-I.'ebl'uury hui1 "..1 l ("(rcuH of rinrliln. In Chn.c..r.R.rn l .ln.. .. I,, KRAXKK. Ida. tn ,. V -
1"11".1 clown, they're mnklnl "* nm, permits toUilee) $::3.010.() R Rwmt.Pt The .Klorliln Immlirrn' II.I.:: i f.r, CoiiudulnantNO, '-5-11. Dun UoriN(*hnlc". '
feniiniiintuition, I kneu lion Cumpnny." .orpor tU <;Jt ormV .
some rearing ilenr-eyed "illi. and incidenlally TUIII11111 Gas Co., lo con_ "mplnlnnnLH. MrlutH and W ,Nirkela. hin wife. -. Cnmplalnant
that he uns about to make 1 de.iinatinn much .. \1.1" Cane ami ttrovi I"If 1CIu %
Mntiinl' Kuyiir
finding MiehiguiAvemip the
t they're over
t.U.t mail -4 fTt>lhrrirort at. I..i.l. WriUimnlor. Ollvi-r SBVIIKO. i-t nl. V
of love."Nor w nml
< more happiness in their liny 10"1. brielgc.St. 1/.r.n"nnt./ I \o"ol.n l.h"t. "'.. Th' 'fluClient"! Couit uf the 1 ICIxhth Judicinl I/.I.danl..
cun [ repress my--. gardens than in all your 'gooii, bungalows. Th. ,,.' Sum 15. Swnt. Imiintflloil ,. nnd 1.1.'I, I. .1.Suwiir.' (' 1ru. Orovo fur A*. Circuit of thi* Stnliof' Flt>rldu, lrnutl Bull 'tn | 111. anil Pcmuv. Cloud.
.. IMtiiMdon't !" I ] lift- 1'rlhl'I-O n h'M of rf>ini.'lftitif. thlirnnFo Horldn. ., Cnm for the County of fn To ihu ktuiwii ,,, unknuwn di'fVndnnt.0fn '
plemled of the world." ,',. ilPinellas l I Dili. ont. nn.1. H. TliI I FI..ul. MI.I Huunr .. .
? sport I' "Iil; $200,110., 'ulpl.ed h"'WWO n..h'mnn.I.1 v .ml.n. ( luinceryMiitntf. lhi< nluivi! Htvlnl cimae, tu-wlt : I'll
ing inhiniil.. "You're ruininucur HP by his own cino, Park.Kustis of l"/"r wilh' tho 'Inw I t I. Of. n... 1..1.. Milt Company,' U. I eoporaton., 4 Rrown.. Jolnoil by, hi.r I,'lorliln I nnd and, ,"'mrnL'1' Compunyn
: was !lopll.1 > ( tho tmrtfiM' ., Chnrlix Nld..I. uI.1 < .10 lr fn ir
ften, Nliti and creatmir, an imjii ,,1 ,1"0" biK'l.iind. < ail'1
| F. Nick In I .wI.COlpll".nl.
F Nu>l i1ri. i
of AlInnlic ulfe I V\ni <
tional force."Metier I -Lotul projiertios" f tU. If nny In propurty' hcnlmtflnili \ It. 1'Mil. unlinowii riipreventntKi'ii, iiran-

.- lil, -111tiol, for us both. Gi be CurtiYou'll .<. (''oast Lino lo be- .c.II./1, / nnmcty Mary I. N'ickiht. bin, .1. J. R 1.on., I'. i.,, it or uHHiiftiiNM, Lnurn to TliomimonI ,
.n..fll. 11'luty .1 f'hnrl I. Itlchnrd .Sntniirl' MnrrlM, if I'vinv' oi, In i \I..e .1. all ,, I L I>. nml SntnuelII
I K I t h i She is free tt 111'- MMTir\( FUINK' nnd/ K""hnndI tiurii 'l'h."I"" hu.b..I.
H 1"1"0' be of nil this, I sai foi ".11. tffi J! Wymnn M W JM..I. n i. I lir-lt 'M C FlU SOtXMOMII Th.m" ." .lohnji, Mary C.
.I 1, von "onwthinJ in.tUI'1 when he was Then 1stnrled 1 I Dnvcnport- $511,000 Atlantic .r Olll..1 i I fVunty Rln" 'H f nw I I". nt< n In the l'ul.r' 1..100. k"wl to TIIOMTHON. ,ffroun'. Hti i I"'n> S.'lh.' Oliver Hnvaic*, ifW .
]. cun 1 inn in love- I th""uAh. .. r "n.n/'r' MM*) MutiiiMr i i unui'iiHitint,,' ,' Ir n "" t, I'MKV A. .lmn"I.RTI., 'Kriw.'r nml, I wife. Mlllv r.. I''nar. ifnlli ,
..Mu.rc towards room Ctiant Line pnssonger station unelor KnnM-.n 1".h'n 1< nnwn n* MiHtlrtncVfn' ,. 'H whom wUII bind thn itnld df f.ol.nl., ( iitl.t nni. A I I.PY I .. ant l W wl.. >. nnd IT d.,0 tlu>lr hl'.

with" iiihusbund., Gootl nijrht.Ii I which was next to occupiedby construction.Tarpon i Inn. ff Iv'n.' nnd! If .N ,.. IhHr r.spnrllx.hrlm .. or ,.iht, m. and I 'that it la 1.\.1., M r.ll.l.; ntnl .In<> M. C', MeC.11,1." id \ 1 1 n li y ul 1 ir urantiw.,

.1- ic'ihaps none tt>" (-.11'- OIl vfuintrin, .. ntlvr rnimitn'Mtul.r ) Ky critiipliiinant' thnt tho niimtt di'f If li\nu'. und If d( .. hiirt, ''(> ;riittiiH:; hnvliiit: :nr wh may tlalm"Lt.:
him. I opened the door and left Spring White wa''' ItitirmiUd. In the. I"'v' Inib "tl liA
but the Ih'ni : I. Thnrhtir Wl,lniul r.mipitnv u.. 11..1".1 \ IM, >i.. "". I ti, n- i II/I/ K lo do whilq nnothctword KH M Hint, and .complnlnnnt further alItviH .. nm I fulluM Inn Uocrihvil ..
him sitting alone] for lights being installed In! Inn'K H rnrniititi" "tcin. trtmnfirm* 111 nfulytip i t uniKi' 'Hi.' .fn,1| Mm'tlm O.! I. tn-
i t i i 'u cnirivteil in music aivl thrheartbreak *". inil nil otht-r n.i.nonn, r.m"OIY I ; Unit he tl :nut:: know:; ami by dill'KI ; 1..lnk nnd, I h, .iM.nn.t, ., I.urhm C.I nit :
I. would harlvlol(1 Park.Sebring. nr romrmnfiH, uhn mny hnvr nr claim itraiUrrdc nt Binrrb and tiniulry lum not been ablulo I i Ink. Rolonum. K. unnmi Lot n of 11".k I. .'KOi'lit thn North 19 1ffr
mini" "i-uin( 1 slipped quietly Uf in mv voice. This wn?' --12-ne're tract land, : ci ,tfit.o fntirtnt In _,1,1 aneertnln wlu-thtr any of tho raid .h'< A Thompion.Hnlh y aminfe .i>t Ihi'iinf, I ., I i,>rept U ffft off th"iiuth .
seiuinl .. nduntu,, wtiimo iitn. riHldincv or ofhiiHln'KFi .h..1 1"I'n nl.Inml, nil ir ,lot 11 oC Illonlf III
-tun- 'piy wrap nnd. tume be ( ti'in, rty whotlur thdr tinmen lw hnivr 1.1..e < Hnfliv.' n"d Wc .
inconspicuounlyt 101' fi..t -;110'ual'pl; blocks fl'OI center of city lo nr n., 0"" onrh nf thrm.Arr 1 I. ol..d nn unknown, U .1"" oralive Mcril; ) imd' '. w then, ju-t as it was tin epochal event. developed, in subdivision.Ormnnd h..hy l r"'II"/' anprnr ,. thli or In ... or not, and. IH alIftcd l. di4itiiti; :;:| or ollu. rwlftf I.I"Ci h prop, 11.. ."" l.ni-i' K, 7. H nml U of DlGCk 'JI.

-t" < |ijud' nut of the house into the I (Continued m-xt we'e-k.) Permit grunted fo hi of .compltiint .. M.nlny. thi. *t4t t\n\\ 'In tho worn bill of compliant Hint lie, "tv" lititftti In Miadford, ..nlv. II 'I.lv iiiv beauty of the i lt April A. D. n. nntl tinU-r-n inch ntyou bilt\fM thnt there arn pi rxonn. firnm amirorporalloPM. 11.,11., di..*eribp l MM fidloWN. 10 in I.,. thi- Town of Stnrkp. Hurl..II.tM .
('hl1 IIIUII nhcht "on new causeway ncron: nniirnr "n .nhl'' lny Ut<* nnmr* lirlnir Intermtrd, In the Maid prou- nt tho Sr>ulln'ant tho .n". OI'I"n. cr n-curd In Pivd,
'Hit? 1lth'rinl: Iorm. I. trlling river north of here.Winter ruin, ".. t?rty involvid in thin unit, whon" .numv, nu1.n n. r of Triofitrutnr' Lot One: 'it"I MiNk/ ''.I", ixiui, ., ''J, lr Ihu fublia ntourdfuf '

; I hnilcil, a passiiifr cab. \ WKKKLY: IN-:; I I onlinil, nunlimt you nnd tho oniiiie will pro- >aldcnci* or jilnco of bmiin-'H (I. unknown tlm town of I.awtey accordingto I "..MnrJ! Cvunly. Morl.la.' .
1.011 Haven .\ iind In ani pprn"inlh'lyio.oon cri-d ffxnnrtiy.Tho to .aml.li."ut. bi .1..r mn" tr plat thereof im the Nanniiiliptnr
As .is the custom with most ta. DUSTUI JJ\'IJW ( fe'ct siele-walks I profi-rty horpln nfi-rnd to .n,1 l !11 ,." ..I".t aurh known unk"nwI of niord the nffiei* ,.r VIMI nnd pnrli or you. ar* |11'ph.|, tn.iiuind .

( .,.ibin the top of the small 11"11' wi iol'H! In thin Knit' IM loirnlly known 1..1.h'.c.lh.d d, fi ndiint'*. p,.rHoim, f rm and ourporn- "il<" < 'h/ rk "f 'Dm Circuit. Court ofIt'inlford ,. b* and. npninr befor* ,.
I I'ad. be laid 14 Silver" Shores.Indian th. ".. Co'miy' Florida. In Deed i "f I llui Cireuli I Court or the Hill Judicial."

cur had, bi'en lowered and I wel- ftmkImlian Uock I Par! I N.rh".1. Ounrfcr of tho NnrthW'Kt' t.TII.I'IU',: ; It In orderoil. that all per- It',ok "f" in wive, 1. and run I in, .'ult .if Fhirldu. In and r<>r liradfor I ICiiinly I

i iu 1., ,4[ ln-eeze, whit was cool Sanforel New tourist hote'l will QI..t'r .r 1/.1." 4. Townnh p 7 S mili' .... 'I c..lnn. ...n.1 l In tliiinotice South'v' \ iilony tho Wist inlue! ofsint. I .n Motiilny Iho l-'ifth, ilny of Apr

it whipped my he !'e.tld here.Da.stonn h..ing "rc-e"lnlt io'w'l' 1 2 I ,, in "radro.o CnlliV."I..Id. If Iixintr, UIP. or If d. mlor Stntt, Flicht Hundred. and A. II.' HOI. nt thn Court hilUM In thTo
nnd 1."tJ'shing.' as for --- not in xlninnce. then hi*, h..r. Micir ortd Si-tv, /"o/I f,.,.t .to the NdithwoMlmi I of Sliirke. p'lorliln. to nnnweruiirn
h.lr i. I in-- my face. I 1'u'h--1il. a II,1 II. ((). ,pinmineni' ultornev' And/ I It f- further ORnRRRn 'hot t thfturtltT unk"owI hi Ira di.vlm-ifi. iPKatem. 1..n- ''r "T Slut' .* Hud Jack' ion <.1 tn..tx : lull nf compln" nt xhlhlted ninln '

to fuitlssi paving approximately 11 ILr"I't < 1'u\l. week_ In. pulilifht-d ntir n wi/ *'tt for .Iph' t. MIICI....>or nnd, HSU! rnH. and tn .1 I IK .tin ui.,- W< i.'" rly Ml'in' 'lr>"> North. mil, In Iho nlio\o nnmed court hy |p.i
di the '
I of Piiiitn
\ i- .t'rli'lt l.1 I. uneli-r, (0"" ", -pent .cy>ntii>ptitUc wt-el-H In tho Hrn Jfi. "| rOII'V.r.h..n.h. ', ..itifiim. Tirmi and .0n.o.'In.' hnvlnir nirtalmlnir "! ..- ..r1/ .IiieKHon' .. t one roiiiiiliniinnt., Dun lliri>t>, to runi'iva oK'"', I Ii
Plans wav
I'tM'i" n,. hl.1. hllIW'ld.' not Tampa- end hen-" with Ins family. n mpiincr ""II.h.d any Intercut In and theae err. n.otirnml, f... Hundrod nnd Sixty i 1111,1 quint till to lh. above d.orlb.1Ioi. I
incriminating the youni lusidun ; finumting cons-trucVon of proposeil Suit' hiltrmlf"rd "',"n.y. 11..10. 'nin pi'Tf.* or Iota' of land ivlnti mil beltiuIn "ni'10i, fut to, thii, Wift. Him of nn Innd i : ,*.

hospital. In, vvitnpoi'1 wh<.,.f. I h. ..1 l UntiiroNd. County. Htnte of r'IcirliU. nil* y, riinnlntc midway het w enCrme nra.lfnrl Cntinly Tvleirraiih. nw
hnuivii', hut platinnthe Maine municipal mv hnn l ni.'l! .(fixed., ,thp HI nl .f .tlir Cf rp.i.f knoun and dewcribrd, .. follow* j nnd I'lne Street.* ; lh.ncVfiithcrly **>l.ly ","pnl'r ptihliuhed lit.tti* tow J

( iiimh upon m>'self. I \\10 I l'llwht'r1'.1 minnry te>p- Court of Mrndford County. PlirW.Ill f-n All tjint' portion of Northwmt, itiarter| til nl.nl thi* w< nt odic* ofuiid Stnrke. Bradford Cmmty. ....I/In. bcrilv >.
I.argo to Guess What's in thin tho 11h day' i.f IVhrunrv A tt 1 lf ':6 South went quarter, lyinir Smith of <;loortfla < .I. y Kiuht; Ffimdnd' and Six I ilmltfnaled' an th. In.whirlthin \
not having being newnpnpiT
tied. null leuret for tlken (.' W. AT'.DRRM'XN.' Soul,turn and FI.II. Itiiltronil : ty (", ffft to th. South lino ofnnid notloo b* puLllnhi-d for four cou.reuliv -

r" 'in IH.I in him immediately aftei city. the Envelope! i *KU< ) Clerk, rireu. COlr. Alnn the North tlt,, Botlthwentiiunrter Trinnyulnr. I"*t On. f M\ ; ..h.1. KJJ

I would ,.,,- I Lepsburg-City to have n.1(! ,if'opyt, Ilnidfoi-d. Cnlot", of Kotithwmi,. quarttr nil in !e- 'I."r. KJI .li rly .I"ff tho South WIII'SI. The Unn"'RI.I. A. 7.. A'.
tin. .
I Opei-n but K C. M\Y. H... T\M .,y.r'I.hl2NI.: Townahip 'Y.I .. .01I."t' ( I ) f>..Ttu..j.nnnd I V. l.onK. Judu<., a* .1.l o '

plnii .mil, I felt confident that story hotel.Hollywood. __ ; Solicitor for Compliilnnnt. 2-2-AI,4.2! ..71. South Ranue Twenty-two' I c.'j) Kual.eontalnlntr rjtie (I'I.I.,1 iitid Sixty W Aldermnn, rlvrh. anil the ...1 of thrinit .
would be riifht. I January liirilclmirpermlls : r 1 113 acr<* mort or lent.Ho ill'iot': f i :et: :: of bwfflnnlntfiV'xo : In llui pity of Slnh."Iorld.., Ih.2nth -
i \ i i ; 11 Iiiiun.mil/ f.ot One ( t) ofi
: amounted to 1.2no.nno. --\\cTR'i appuir tlm hit of comr'lalnt flludn .. d of ftbruarv. "l'i"it" .
real. i Town of .1 I.
I .
Cintivnn! so fine, thnt nn-li'r nn,l bv ( nid ..u.. on or bpforo the Fifth' dny 'ifM"I 'h. ... acrordinictr U. W. AI.DICRMW
that his d". I Rustis; r'onHtrne'tinn" I> IIILstarted ; yl.h. of thnt flnnl dtTrre nf fr n.plomiri'mniJ / \ 11)30.) o.h.w xe tbc > map, .>r ,pint 1,1, a* Ram apttrar > rfonyY fl.rif
.ill 1
i 'd over : r nnd nt",rwl on tho Rd tiny nf Vfimt1. 1 I of rttnrd 1 I. '1. .''f. "f the I I.
tho W. : f fr tit 'tho .,1 bill will h" ''uk'n na ( Ink ..fthe IfK'1 lRA ) Py C. KNJOHri.
far on nl'I'1 'IPII.tment ( Hindf..rd
.. I'!"n for me was by Fled f \ P ,HH'O!/ hthp HrtnnrnMc A. 7. A.li l- you r..r *" C"rl

-t thing in mv. lif,.. house. i nw TI, .l.(. of 'rhtPiwhth .liidfelB' ) Cframtf "v.II.1' m further' ordrrod Ihnt thlH l.ll.e IIKpiihlinhrd llnole ( """Iy. (1"ld.. in D<.d r KNinirr. lurk*
L"" .1 efrnw < f; 1 i. r I i'n' in nml. for Rroo".d County .. wifk for Four "C" on 1'' Al' th* "'I i il lur Complainant
h'I a
ng eon..Uv. ,
The room .n. South hnlf of thn North.
I "l the door." 1 ,
!1"1" < I'e.buj'--1llnK Irl.ln' n.n.> .ry Slttinjr In that corn wtkn In tho Bradford C.mnty 1oKrnph. '

v "i iV' il-uK.: No doubt f'urti-s had for 1'$1 :O.fOO Knifhts .if Ps.thla ::. 1\ i < mno, iKnln. ppndlnir hHw. lh wr.kly newipnper, of pi nernl' clreulatlfin, went qunrtir ipiart, .iNWI-li r ,( NK1-H of and th. KU.HIUA M>, TMK IK) Ml) nf IM lll.llISsTIII'f

t'.vu : builtlint'. <""',t f."w'. ,Mtnto' lnnh. n .or -.bl"h.lln Stnrke. ftiadford. Fl rIda. 'No.I..t, n >V HP ll'lHKOUI)
Ivitchid, on .lnl : Thru .
1 I I'"I luit I ". "I 'f" n.t (hp .( J 1f 1,1 ,.11. ra (1F1.41) ofthn >r\rK
I, alII . ; .r"nd."r. N'rrth Inlf S't
.H ( I" > tint
in-;., ,''I -aw him sitting bealdo I Winter 1nlk-1 1, .n" -t ,if.- Jfnttlo nw. ..1| tfortow WITyQ the irnnornhlo ...".. nf tnF ,. N..th..I..ii.tr'.r. lNU'1-t)) of the

thin iiin\\,! snioUini; his pipe as new $1 hliI lli ,ii,.I| Hrn \ V >. ;. j i f Th" "nd.'n.' 1"1.1 Mm'I" r.. the Clerk of thla court, .. i HFSOtVPnTlml it will rmiulr. >-
i. a<"i ustonied to do when hIr..J i Eagle I.ako)11 ." ..". ,. ."nnh..d'' ..u'. .. *(11 at hi,* Ripi.nture. tlila the ;ird' day ofMarch. _f 'w"I'y'h."I.. South It a ntte'r"wl.h.VI .. noolill t,, purrhnmi pr ,p rty erect er, '

w, I- | | nr worried. or both Hank, of Winter Ill,'n. v< II i 1. ,til on Mnndov, t th. lith dny. nf A. D 1928. ,!. /21' "rnt: ; Twenty-in all Inill.llni-n.I <,ium inino llh rorntfii

I branch office (' I \ n rV'fl. "n.ln. .fh* Iriml, hour* O. W ALDCRM\M Klwlity. (*o n...(.on..lnnl. or l aI and ai iinniliiii Thi ie hoi,!* .hall h.ilnte .
"Honey exclaimlt. \ m.. i.r luly I. Id at the
eur" ttl 'Mp thi hott n.it o-i t., are you dnl up .\popkn-Xe\ tele-ph'' nihangp I 1',0'. rd Cnitntv FlnHdn *.' th- ford County. Florida.A I.ndan. exu-eil nit pi r c, mum per annum nnlinll
fMhr TIMe
I h
l .
pnvnble ,
r Mol lermlly. One IL. -
1 1/ hindii. S CREW9
bulldmir tu | In
go late : AVhv, it's itlmost mormmr go upSt. '": < rd" r,1..1.1, FInrfdn.' to .11.t. i rit'",r r"r r'nmplnlnant I"' ,r luMicatlonTo ilollnrn in July I. ri.'T and *IOOi> i ) othr
Petpr biirg ...m-tni' iiniflllO "v hllh.1 f 1.8-8t..2. Martha c l> rink nn l hUMhnnd.. ', I. firitt
I \\.i-, stopped bv the harsh 1 '" r for ,,,h. tn>wf 1 1 ..1.1/ Prink. "- dny of Julv or i>neh nur u'dlnymr
Salvation Annv" v.tn n .t r.f Innd befnr 7K ,_ hvfw Solomon I. 'I'hom.on., un up to and inelmllnit July I. | n
hi fine.'Don't | 1,1 XMIf nnrrr.l. Hyphen,, A. .
exp><'--ton' < n r UII..y Hnd wif. Cath.rin Thu tiond* .hall he coiinon hon U
?".thvpiit of Mlopk 4. \\n .. >
would be begin at early dat-. ..1. A Mniley. C. MoOH] nn'lvif. limut'd In tli'nominutlont of JtlilOOOl
think It I Town -f ) enfbL.
fnwtfv. .
on Fforldw or bi ttrr !* M .
l ti, ,il I Tn Clieiitt ( RitrhtbIilrtfc al Ctreult, C Mci-illt. If alive and If dead' to W. KICKI.rTRRH
moiihi' ,minI to us both if I u.keil I. Perry plans b.in\ "nn 11 ( d m h. fitlh. 7K fpft on rA ntiidff.rd, ." .ur.' riorida. Tn Chnnrery.Pondn hdr unknown helm, 0.1... I Ifuatcca, or Ch.irmi ,
he shot back. for prl.tion of new $:.O.0I1 h n Mne"' 4. In th Town of fvtpy.. FT'wdn Inman. In her own rfthliti't tmnti'iiiTo : n WIORIN3.
"i that' n,1 .Ie 'tn mud .iilfn ,
nnmunnt 0 Martha Frlnk nnd. .
\ Ity M 'Inman, ht-r hunbandind ( hunhand. f u'Inn "icri'tn y -"H.V.!|. '
Alarmed by the sudden, coldness t,1 t l project. th 'ntftfnctlon of mid d..". with, Nt Friend.Complainant.'. C Frink. Ko".mln If. Thompson. un. NO IKE OF MOM) EIKCIIOXHy

swiftly in his direction. I Ragle Lake-Preip-i- t I., v* il foofi .n.rl./I. Stephen A. Italli-y nnd wife, Catnrine -

I mo\'t between and, I.aki, B. M JOHWn A. Mil h-y, and W O M.ml and Ihe now rivti il in them hv th. In
"Sw"eth'llt-' Jl beimrt' highway h'r. .l.l Mmter (In Chanci. r P'r nda ftailrtad t C.mr..nv. a corpora* /Iff M r. MII.I dCf-aHP l or ..... Flrlln Ihe Ilnaril of Hublifl Inner

"Never mind. about thlt." he Mfred.Moimt. I I KNf HT, lion, et ''n the P.y | In Dradford County. lion i.r llrtilford County. Florida, hen '
alr ., .
for Complainant' 1.8.4t..2. If.rida' and I herpfnaftrr d'. crlhed
.1.r".ndant. mill for
of endear- [ Dora-; new home contructing S"I..to an (lection tn he hold at '
term To
nsidc the Mil pi monpi having or .Iu.nin" lehnol houii
swept Orifer nf Notice to Known anynteriNt In Hmokee on Tueiwfr-
mcnt, "there are I fow things I at Lake Franklin Park. snTICr TO DKRTORfl: AM> < 1FIITOKI .n<| Inhnewn.hl.I"n.. In Suit lo Quietllfle. : In thv following dim rlhd lari'la.owit March 11. 11)211. to determln* whether

if it i isn tasking Bartow Local Masons to erect hereby iriven that Etc.It not th* Rmoker Special Ta* School p
to explain, .1 .ht. FtMfln at the
want you Southtaiit corner of Irlet (hall hnd for the of
I.[ "* and all havinir apr.arfnv from the of th* lum 120.000nr
much. Sarcasm col. $jl.'O.OOO temple. .Iorlbu. p."nn. .1..tlon. Trianirular' Lot One '" t) of the the purpoe of ereetinv Khool ba '
too President knows ando ./ .a'n.1' the Mitate of J. 0C'hrr. iworn bill o complaint' In .by. .... Town of a
voice. "In the first plat.what's T.rpa-lovemelt on foot to Cooldge bearer [ drerawd. late of Bradford County. hat (h air residence or plac' h"I I.awl.y. according to n pnreha.lnv properly for aami
his the .
ored does MISI < map or plat th..f the *ameappear iu pplnahullJIna with rumlton. FioWln
the idea of coming hom' establish military academy here. t'f the chief executive's salary authenticated* rrqufrpd, to to th pr.ent. county thtr judire elaimnluly of of>!* d.r.nd.n.a t. Florida. N.Rlr.dom.n of '0.1 In the of- .aid election K. M. U.Mn. }. w
I Istreet' Jon. flee
.n'prUnn. of the .
of the
Sarasota-$1,400,000 worth of .> .. el..1 CircuitCourt Barry. M P. Malheny and A. L. Qrem r,
alone in a Paris tax this 01 the has been personally delivering ..dfo"Count Florida, .I.hln on* yrar N .na. m"D. 'nm. of ipDvint 4 man

And what kind of Opera improvement contracts, it to the Whit HO\8 each month lrm da. or thi* nntic* .1 b h ld inar Overly. r..h Ev.rly hla "f. KJ.rd I".. In Brdor CounlJ.. .For., cra. L. W. KICICUTRRH
N. T> and
night > and all Indebted to Mary and run Southerly Jon
t. .ln. a the wcated
council. *
last unti two o'clock' ? iwarded by city tor U>. past Un feu. __. I' laid ., required t pay their laid f> vo I Winter Haven rnroif mtign C n p< oorporat on. and ,
In the third place presume you Pnsbyrianlj d.bl forh.ltb Sixty f( 0)) feet to ,b Vreret.ry SM2


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HAMPTON froe and S. C. Crews were in Starkc 1 r .. .+

j Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph Hampton, March 25.-Mr.: and one Mr.day and last Mrs.week.I). F. Renfroe, Mr. I He's Worth Half Million -. Grove's'

and Mrs J. E. Adkins, and Mr and
!Mrs.\ Forbes of K, Hartford, Conn, '
:Mrs. )H. J. Turner were! visitors to Tasteless
r1 at who St.have Augustine been upending'), hnve sometime arrives Lake Butler Saturday. But Stays at His Work I
George; Rivers of Jacksonville,
I', Live henfur u visit with :Mr.\ and :Mrs( _.. .. __ __ __u _________.______._.:.. Chill TonicIs
State News F. ('. Guuld.Mrs. posed) ] through here Saturday. -- ---- -.'" ------- -

I .. 'V.I'. Dirt and,! son !Marvin A few tho attended home of the Mrs.surprise Johns pat Sat-'. 'v rOl1lI: >ou ho l happy. .. If MJU had ; > ;,"'........ an Excellent Tonic for
1v at I ..-
.. dullure"Think ,.
million '
nf Louise, spent Sunday, here with\ ,y liiilf u Aa Women and Children.
what su.'h u foitun.' "
:Sir. Hut', system, Misses Ada and
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES :Mary Nimmo. :Sir J. J. /eiicler of Theressa, would l mean. Travel. Looks, aulo/ .
was a wl'.k.elld'I.itor here last mobile. servant, hunting mid fishIng ---
; Mr. and Mrs. F." C. Gould, and week gulf radius several homes nu

,' daughter: :Sits Ilelc-.i) :May\ : have Mrs. Phyla Turner has returned > <'ht or two-almost anMliliiK dad. ,;
) returned to their homo hero lifter everything you nctcluil: to I1lul u' liftrornfortul'la.
to her, home in Gainecvillo after
rnletto-Traffjce signs! to be dren' homo in Amid/ : The new "va
I n visit to Tampa, St. Petersburg spending two weeks hero with I d
intersections throughouttjho will
building be '
placed at two stories high
and other points in the south liut: would you bo happy, ?
homo folks.
business district will bo install. at concrete, cream faced/ blocks and
Mr. and :Mrs. A. A. Futch and. i Cart Lumen has a half million Jol-
orders of tho city Mrs W. 13.
cd here under will cost $9,100.: Yarborough and son, I Urn-ami he Isn't happy! lie feels rs'
commission. Hon, Leslie, accompanied by Johnnie, of Raiford, were in this I that his life la pointless. The many
father, W. S. FuU-h, all ,
Fort I'It'rce-I'Jllns for the orl:. section Sunday. things he thought he would do when .Mlr
t Fernandina-What is believed to animation of a four-county fair as.sociutiun of Lcesburfr, spent Saturday and.! Easter Sunday afternoon at 3 he not his fortune, ho doesn't! want
: the most unique Rolf course :n Sunday here with relatives and to do now.
were discussed here today o'clock there will be a egg hunt at
IiL : was opened here today ut the weekly luncheon meet.ing friends.Mr. the home of Miss Lennie Futeh. Started on $10 I
a match between S.1.. Neville, I and !Mrs D. L. Buirfr, and lit.
of thelocnl chamber of com The alarm which he thoughthe
Everybody is invited to and clock -..
come ..
lbe., manufacturer of Clev.) merce. The four counties which tie son, I>. L. Jr., of Wildwood,, bring friends. would throw out of the wiiuluw.Htlll .
Ohio, and 11. K. Malarkey, of would bo affected are St. Lucie, Indian spent last week hero with Mr.. your furs him out of bed ut live a7 q r

River, :Martin and Okeechobcc. UUKK'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. William o'clock In the morning. xKi G' \
IUff.K. | | t Carl Larsen landed In New YorkIn I -
Not Afraid J3a J
Ocala-Ocala and Marion county Plant City-:Miss Betty Martin, J. King( was summoned to the winter of I IHCa. lie hud Jill In
Is to be tho future home of one of funeral of his sister, Mrs. I. 1. his. 1"'ktK-and, that went to puyruilrouj
;< Marlon Ohio's, most distinguished parachute/ jumper, narrowly es.caped Swilley. !Mrs\ Swilley spent her fare for his llrnt job-build- CoughingRelieved

Ii;!! citizens, Ur.> George! !: T. )larding, death! in an exhibition here childhood days here and will be InK some went stairs west aIH.tate.He lie worked. several
At OnceWhy
,f.\,i\ father of the late president! War when the balloon from which she''remembered as Ida J. Kinjr. The years an. a curl"nt..r.'h'n they

:.;t ren G. Harding.&i was to jump fell into n vacant lot bereaved ones have many friends reduced his. pay from 14 to $a a day Cal l l.iii ndwd I suffer continually from a per
I I I here who sympathize with them in he quit and ols'ned u rcHtuurunt sistent weakening night cough whenyoucan
? Tallahassee-It was announced to. missing by only about 10 feet a this sad hour. In San KrunrlHco. C.lIf., with $'IUU no oue Could! iii.,k.. II nu "., .1 pet almost instant relief and
'i')' day that the board of commission number of high tension wires. Arthur I. fiouM, realtor, report-- he had saved lie worked idx-. his.e. I usually break the cough completely in
I k's will 1 open! in and. teen .and eighteen\ hours u cLiy, "I riinl. 'III"" 1 Ihl.l,. w,,"I.J Inn 21 1 hours by a new met hod based on the
the following: Hampton hud trouble' with t his wnitcr-i urtiivr. I ?
3a famous Jr. King's New Diicoverj
bids March 30 for the! necessaryf4' Ilarlow, -Staple' crops in i Polk nu'n .I.I'loin.. "r Ih'lII hat 1" "
s .,ag nearby, territory, : 40 acres owned und closed ui.| lie aborted, imaln, l Here i-i the method. : You simply, take
\"lIh fur tho tl .
ia. IhW4 t'' II.I
electrical .11'
wi-tnachinery and e'luipm-jnt county are facing bright. prospectsfur hv Hampton Turpentine Co.; t t.i with brrowl..1 money. lie built (>Mown would my cuslunaudo". Nao,, ,"I, one teaspoonful J [ and hold it in your
to Install a modern power plant ul 192u'cul'dinJC( / to C. P. Hcuck, IlrH. C. I K. Schrmtr of New York. chairs und table' und counters.Kalset fit'1/11, h.n'e taint h...u. G". ,Ilt..I. throat for 15 or 20 seionds! before
the state prison farm at Riiiford. ruunty. airent. The crops of corn Lot .1 in block I 5 of Gould I'.irk div- ] Chhltens your swallowing it, It has a double action
tomatoes and watcrnic"lons: will 1 vM1? It not only southcsaud" hells, irritation.
ision to Henry 11. Haile, of F.ust lie node big money His nxtnu- Ills IV\\ Itcl.tlhes"If I .
Winter Havl.n-A citrus temple probably not be n" large ns in som.- Hartford Conn., 11 farm but also re-muses. the phlegm: and conKcstion
acre i>n rant Lccuniu farmnm. lieiuuxihe I lilHtil this .1.1111.,1. MM) n.
in the city's which are the nul I ..it<"C r>f the
be located
44 to parkjie-r- past years, but will bo good !!bw.l.it highway to Hampton Bench owned couldn't gel fresh eggs he boudhl .u uiiiilil. m.v mmiidlt'' \Vht-ir aaU, i AS result the
visitors to" this toughing. a even worst
to better acquaint wu aid. by I,. J. Wynn, to G. A. Fritch, olKist ranch und rinsed chh-kc."... Ito my riM-ii'N, ') till**" .
cough usually cli-.appe-.irs' quickly.L
territory with local citrus produce/ ,. .. .
Hartford Lot of Bought real -- .to: lie luciimewealthy Ami (OKU. -unawh.t Inunlx' .
Conn. ) King's New tusco.< ry is for
w has been proposed I by> n realtor lIa..lllIls1'l'n[ cent ofpotato tilt (.... "Anvv,,iv. wliy Hlx'iilil I qua soughs! chest colds, bronchitis, .
per Mock fi of Could: Park division toMrs ..UTOC..TIC ) : fpaanioclic
,! here. The building would be of 1 Carl Larsen was 35 yearn' old when \\ hut, ddfeen.tdu, ,-r It[ ,MI.iK, .- .it |
j crop. of this section was : Elizabeth Il.iib, of East; Hartford When Mrs. B. I croup etc. fine for children
Halbert re. He opened his reMtauninl. Tu'l.iyLumen lie with 4..niMHiO( 01 uilh I Spanish design. damaged! by II recent cold snap, n ,), Conn.Mrs. lelved! news of her favorite grand I now 82: yumx old' stands. be ant iJIHIn, Huwni. .,,1) calasthedotell too-no harmfuLdrujs.ye'onoml.
only one tea-poonful.
)I Polk City-Faith in the future number! of growers said. The sea. : L. M. Woodruff of Bristol,, laughter's illness she chartered an I II unit Inn same counter C< ft[ MOMtf Il'l.lli\* M 'HI I">"Hli,. il At all good druggists.: Ask forDISCOVERY
of I'oik City as the son's crop, it was Edited. is un. Conn., has been here on a visit recently I wroplane and flew from San An. I ".'01 losing money every clay" he wham" I h.i\fii I MI II lor' rut. M I.ttblxly <.
development usually late because of the cool! with relo, TMa.3' to the bedside l of the lays "Thin. Street Utica.. no busy la it-inn'
masterpiece of the hill and lake :Mr. and :Mrs. F. C. I
weather of January and) February Gould.:! tick In Decatur, 111. The tnp
country in Florida was expressedat 1
vas made dangerous by
Rev. Hicks, of Waldo. will fill his storms and
the first Kct-tocrether dinner of arknesg but when
organized 1'olk City Titusville-Titusville's new $2-::; regular appointment here Sunday jght asked about the I
the recently she said she "not 100.iir
"M araid I
Chamber of Commerce' at Wayside l) 000 theatre Thl''an Croix was at the Ilapti.it church ." "The One Who Forgot"
I I', v Lodge. formally opened this week with appropriate :Sirs Josephine Sullivan, who has

-.... ceremonies and a cap been spending the winter with her
-r.1I e Stearns-The Luke Steam ncity house apt the city now has> (children Mrs J. P. Summers and --

Journal, a weekly, has just begun one of the mont up.to-date playhouses ; :Marion Sullivan, of :Miami return.
publication here It Is being pub. on the East ('oa.t. cd to her home here :Monday. ,

lished by Holland I). Jucquart. It
will be Issued temporarily at n local Winter Park-Th,. Standard Asphalt :Miscellaneous ShowerA
printing office until its own Company of Cincinnati, ha miscellaneous shower w.v C
plant is established. purchased a site here for erection given in compliment to Mrs. J. G. ht

of a road building; material planand I-amoreaux, formerly: [ ," Emma

Daytona Beach Announcementof will begin construction within, Johnson Saturday, ;evening at the now
the completed plans for a new the near future. Buildings to bl'' home of Mrs. J. F. Johnson. This : II..T'i

high school to cost $:.i.r 0,000 wu-i: provided, will represent an expenlittire affair was in the nature of a surprise ,

made yesterday by/ J. I,'. F.asthum, ( of between $7r\,000 and| $100. party, and after the guests
,city superintendent of schools. The Olin had assembled, at the home of :Ms! .

building will be elected) on Third May: Jones, they formed. one group

avenue Sd.rinJCCnn..lru..tlon. of thhighlands p and! proceeded! to the home of :Mn
courthouse i ,Johnson whl'roIr": I.amoreaux i1visitimr. i iI
County s
.. Tallahansee-fjovernor John W. expected to (ret under Wily within.I I rnerer:
Martin has offered a reward of t tho next few weeks following I th :Music[ and games! were I'n.loyt'.1.iurinl Opporiuqy
of the I tho evening nnd! the hon. anPAIGE
$100 for the apprehension award of the contract' for its exec !
three bandits who held up and robbed [ lion to n. J. Pliipps, contractor 01 P orcv received many beautiful; gifts,'i

tho Colo/unn lianlum Company n"n..llI''n.., on a bid. of $201(,, which contained. all good( I wishes

Fcbniaiy 211 last. 1000 ut a meeting this wecik of thcounty from her friends
I" ft'ft :Sirs r.nnioremix who will make
t commissioners.Whito .
!St. I'etershul'j.-l'o"Kihilities that I her hnmp in Tampa has. man;y FOR A SUCCESSFUL LOCAL
r tho brick miiHons nf this city wouldgo I hi friends, here who rejrrrt that ho'marrlnire '
SprinirKxpntlnit a 't
cm a gem'I'UI! strike t Inclined last I will take her from on .
tourist crowd next Whit e
l night when contractors" are said! year town.i .
Sprinin has .started un extonsivproi'ram '" .
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to have refn-ed' ) to raise the
d t scale from $12 to $11 I n day. I of improvements, inchulintf !.'j I i ZIFF BUSINESS MAN
y r i I n cumplc-tc1 ijstem of waterworks TO FORM

J'Y f1 Klssiinmee ... A new Kc-lliurg\ I and !sewerage anti. n hardurfired !.. 7ifr. March 241
J switchboard with I fell, "drops" will .. : hiirhv.'nv through th., Thomas and .son of Urooker spent!

I bo ready, t" "cut ii\ I.r" Saturday, j town. ., white way svstom nl last week here vi"ltlnltIr.: and 1!,
I 1 '. 1 rend' hits hi-cn Intoned and 1'ir e :Mrs T. If
W. I. Ciiitm.tn plant 'tipirlntcnct'Ilt Tt. Thnmns.Mr. A
,.-1 of t the t Oxieula I TelephollO' com equipment I[ liif 1! 'been purchased nod Mrs.\ F. W. Reynolds, I'll MOST DESIRABLE ctltd pr'fii JZleCOl'JNE a

.1' pony, aPiioMii'" e,1 l tml.iy.Tnmpa Orah'im., spent last weok-ond her' ,

'I i Monllielln: I Activity ill tho wn I visiting lelatlves and friends.
--A niiiii said. by his companion of public> i improvements is going o;1 :Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dynl. of Orn, "
e In la I <. Hicic-k. Itrown :Mil: of Iv-iv. A fine grove of paper she1\I hum, spent !Sunday' here with lIrO"UI'H (

t Akron Ohio, \\.ix: drowned! hire! In.Jhe pecans III the heart of town, formerly parl'nt'olr.: nnd !Mrs. J. W. I lJ 1TION THERE: is some onemaninthis community whom\

rM ,__ Illllsbiiiciugh. ricer when he at- the propprlv) of the Simon o" T,' vas.lr. I n1ent will present a teal) opportunity ,'

'II" terur'Nu1 to MWIIII iuro-s the! stretim, tate, but boiiifht, bv 9'.1.r.Inl'tln! : [ 1111111\11'! \ ''. .T. II. Kelly: are tin, -an opportunity to establish u business c.f his own a'
II answering a challenge\ to iv ".llIr,," sevrol'al years' alto has horn not 1 ,proud, parents of n son born Tues. business that will grow rapidly and surely

a Ho went clown' within, M U) feet of the 1 by the latter tn th,. Fnnklln To. duty, :Starch 1 Kith. Some man. who feels that his present business opportunities t'll,

shore. which In inakinu. n 1'(', it. "t Inl nee'. :Mrs. J. W. Lewis was on the sic,. are limited-or some real salesman (automobile -
tion or it nml! dividing it into 1 lot'v. list. last week. l
Sarasotn The first relics to I or otherwise) who realizes that he could make more rq
form: the nucleus for a historical and building biiniriilow Miss: rrffonl: 11'nnl"on. nilamptnn r money and have more satisfaction working for himself t

i'' collection for Siirasotn, will bo spent Sunday lucre will I R? __r ,===- than for someone else. Some progressive reed estate ti
TnlluhnsBPp Tho West Florid.t Miss, Opal" I.ewis. -I-
skulls. and. bones brought forth w 'vw7t broker banker or merchant---these are the typesof menu
Tnll.ihnsHiM1ms ,''. Leroy and Chester t'
which Power Company, of Penni-mi! "ti M
Indian mound win + whom this
from an to should particularly appeal
: opportunity
I 4t! didcmeriMl Sund.iv. ,, i in n higha"s\ been granted a permit to <'RtahlI Hampton, spent Sunday here will h ,
t( residential clevelnpment. h n $1(100.000( hvdroelectric pow_ friends! ; ... .,: ,.. .,. .,. You need not now be in the automobile business If
i 1 er plant on tho OcKKic-Unee, \ river o II i There will bp serxicc-s at I/ittl you have initiative ambition and some capital you'llbe

Winter lla\c'ii -- !Story's' Inc.,. the border of icon and (:iiidsdo n i Iock! Saturday:: anti Sunday. Ali J -- -- I interested in this opportunity no matter what your

; M1 owners of the Story's Shoe store counties. The corporation plan i are cordially invited to attend.; present occupation or business is

tJj _. s. here, announced today the curly establishment construction of n T.O.foot clam anlulire ,Ii I I :Misxes,, Gertrude: Wynn, of H.imp-
About --
v of n !Urge shoo! store' power. plant and is. ncgotialinir ton and :Mamie[: :Mills, of drahnr' capital many of the most successful dealers in

y in Haines' City nnd n third store in for frnruhlsr-H to supply pow'_ were \isitinir i friends. her,. Siiml.-i\ our widespread organisation began business with less l 4..

Bartow as a pint, of Its plans for i'r to Tnllahassro. Qiiincy. llavam'. I ] than $5.000 Today they are established successful

expansion this )'cllr. :Midway and Curio, (!:11. NEW, RIVER/ H495.: and prosperous The liberal terms of the new Paige
I'. V..rruir finance
-- u. plan make it no longer necessary for Paige
Sarasota-. Augustine. has. been .term Park -Orders were place,I, xIlvl'r.: : Mnn-li: 21 granted a building ,permit for the1 :I.\ Stainer, and! his attorney, Mr: :MM.- ;
today, for the machinery for I th of (rhicavro 111.V"rl' This city is one of the very few in the entire United
tu Ins
erection of a }"h'k of stores i I ran I
cost $IO.OOO(' (',.instruction,i is to begin brick mid tile plant beintr ereetet 'I![ week Loving land. They left f..r i _- States where this opportunity is still open. And it Will l
Immediately h completion hy t the Kennedy Hrick, and Til t :Miami tend other points before r' not remain open here very long Because there is seldom

set for n t<.w \\ .rkTin- building I' 1 Company in tho industrial necti"",".1 turning to Chicnjro. They will I',. i11 1 x offered anywhere, these days a connection with an organisation
will bo! of cement blocks. 'oiith of joke Tutatie. mrIchincry turn this summer and other 'ai 1"', so well established so wen financed. so well
'I will represent nn Invevttarot [ rantremonts will bo made $ "' managed und so successful as the Paige-Detroit MotorCar
:. and thi .' -
Winter Huen Fred Golden H". t of close to $10,000 :frs. T.ydia: Jtih". and m i)1ie-\, '- -- Company
V- st- Pete r-hunt. wan Instantly | I plant! will hn\c a cnpiu-ity ot 10,, .Tnhns. i
ofiJ | Emery! were visiting in tli 1 li o Consider thisPaige has
kiT>J at 4:3': thi> afternoon when" (turn tile per day: on thrc-e shift n; section Tuesday.Onreno ,nr enjoyed 17 years of uninter.
his tMlomoblle wa struck hv .1 with in output of Ifi.OOO!' () to 25.0(1; ();! ,. Adkir.x\ wn n vlsito I' k r 1 rupted SUCceSS-it has never been reorganized nor rev '

train at the Camp Munson crossin I i l briek, and. 5,000 roofing tilt here. \Vodnosdav.Mrs. financed-it is directed today by the same men who tiff

r a half mil,- north of I.akcAl.. : T. B. Adkins was visitln! ,r: } founded the business-It had 'Sept 30, 1925)) gross v
fred !' llomomissu-Twelve new bus I-, friends here Tuesday.. a I\ .' 1,; assets; of$15,325,000 and cash resources of$6,137,659-

tic s ciiiiterits, will begin operationhere S' :Mr. Stninor!' and attorney :Mr. :M. .1'ft.I'. it owns a new plant that is generally regarded finest in

/ Plant City--Rank. clearings hnvrV within\ the next few clays. it I Iiiniiiiunieil I s| ran P. F. Uenfroo and J. H.': Ail -== all\ the Industry-it has already invested more than

been showing considerable in ran t >front" the offices. of th I' kits 1 were trnnsactinir business' it i.11 $20.000.000 in advertising its cars, and has set aside
\for the past four wc-eks, due to tin Florida West Count IVvolopmoiCiimpany : !PtarkiMonday.: some 3250.000 for this same purpose in 1926
heavy shipments of berries an.i! creators of HomosnssiThp a. .r..h"tn. GJ/ll' Nc\r-D1Y./ $
:M Jj. n business vl 1- ;
sale of vegetables to :SO/ buyers 01' ,.
'-i- cotin-rns await only the '
01'| itor I.nk Butler Friday. '
the ground from northern, westeri)I .. whic h to (> 99 5 cuy is a man keen enough to grasp it and big: enough to
iiinir of the Anode bujldintr. 1 :Mr. and Mrs .r. r.; Adkins war.'
make of it
and markets. '> SIX.I I a successful and profitable
Tampa business
; will be completed) by April I.I I. transact inir business in Starkc Fri of his own. mighty that man we're anxious to hear '
large ..111h '. 1. b. Or Tax
St. P"terlllurjt-Jo'our mon.Brel \ a trot It extra from i'li
j dogs, as! large all calves whc I 'rullahas.ee--1 Florida's. first fis 1 Mm. Alice Oliver of Pine Hi' you at once

have been attacking and bitinii: hal Iw..y is successfully on its. waaccoriltMi 3' '' wn n business visitor hero on

school children in the Lellmnr I:1 ; to 1'h,1Jo'it.h\ Cumin!,. I'! day. last ",('(.k. li: GUS LOWENSTEIN CO. Inc.

Heights district of this city for al sinner T. R. Hndtres.,, The hatcher! y j I C. M.: McKinney: of Starke, wa

most a week, were being sought by which was established at Welakas a In this section last week.Missrs. ,

I police today.ArcadiaA. a result of cooperative effort,s Johnnie Yarborough o f 402 W. Monroe St. e
'f the federal and state governments I-, I7alf nl nml nephew Kdwar,t, ,

new dormitory and was opened with a butterof y :Moody of Lone Bridge !sectio'

school room building has just been 40 hatching: jam, facilities: t d I were in our section last week. Jacksonville Florida

j started at the Florida Baptist chiliwir care for several million at a chargi e. :Messrs. J. K. Adkins B. F. Ren ,





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L: t when her father I brought/ his second !! ):
\ One wife up to the nursery and Cold Nan | At Bal Masque .

: w/io ForgotBy I Ihut she niiiBi love her. READ d

: For ten years aha had been forced
to si.in.I it, I tn yeurn during which : 0\ '
RUBY Myy RES T) ?rJ ? ,i I throe HIII.III. l sti'|>b 'otheia a|>|>t..ie.l tumid 0Ir. '
to her burdens' and push hur .

li'I! ISlrlN: :. HKHK; TOO.\Y heart felt like a stone '' l 1.1 mole. olio'und, hud more housed out of her fitter father till at to "The One Who ForgotTOHKY 'r '

"j i sorrow The World to untoM War numbers brought. tn mme at She l ikittjunl Joan room and went alkot. her to 1 cute hoinuSo ,
'" than that Into the 'little sitting room whenthe I ; Nan:. ,
d';J.mc.rXJ'I allou-il b. went to London with nothing
;. J1IAHHAHY. who had l I pattedrom :;' Miiull huiiJIo of letters returned to but UO und' livi own pluck. to ,
*' her sweelhoart ri-iitlniiiK' only her by Amott .III!!! !lay o" the table. ti ) j
help and for
| wholevook .he
srla promise to make her his bride on i. a !! AM>)> TYKE IIf Iil'l M'I I
fhls first leave home. She hal' She picked thorn up and held themmcrhtinlratly eat In the bed Kitting r roimi uhlih she -
ie, f learned of his aeiious Injure .Shi- It WIM quite time now had taken In nn unattractive suburb /.WNtltSNECAUCHTM TB THIRD
1II't'Toa11.I fa OIl."CEAQlleq SAID M'iI aTIMS .
had lived somehow through the that Mile woke and answered advertisements and ;
I & weeks of waiting with news fragJmentary up Wild telling \I YouR SeIloi.a'1 \ "'' \tePEREEMTAG.E 9Ap86NAV10R19/ Mu01t) IHADTOTELLNERTHAT ;
\' and, Infrequent. hi-molf "I have had dream like luinii'Ci to and flu I fiom agents' .
V' PETER LYSTER had 'finally" I reIT I this before-not quite ao bud, pure ulllcvs 1 NOw? BETtER. 8uT YL5: 'CROA'\ \) '( PuNICLY WAS que A BAD WRStEILI ''k" j
(' lila turned to London but when he iced hats' but still very bud And then one day she answered an SH5 BAWLED\ NVE ouT FOR, I IOuLDM'T' MAKE OuT TNEANSWIRS '
'f, betrothed he failed to showulans H !uT tiG GOT'Awiui. ,
Then Steps Hounded along the little advertisement for the of '. TN6 r1WST TIM6 1
-' of recognition-tha hell pout com I !:ONIl'lc;. "UNIC"1IIU>E! ElKa' u
,,which laid him low had also robbed paaaaKO outside and Joan came Into passion to a delicate lady and rot It. II MAD FRDAY, a YAtt yl aro :rl&
him of his the room. \ 'RL"' I'II'E"I' I..ON5'I V4 }
4 J'rfT\ The delicate be .
1 1 JOAN whose husband ludy proved to ont '
ffif! Is also aervlnff. la living with Nan "I hope you won't think me very of the few women who did not regard v.'i.. #; '" 'vt n" ,
!! "gin. a .mall London apartment There horrid" Joan sold, in a wet of whla. a companion aa someone to be treated ,I '\ LI r 1 'I. ..
e find t \
per. "Hut of (course when Tim not quite wail aa servant and { .
ao 0. I'u t"
LI I .
'rm;sPeter's, attempting to pursuade pal Nan cornea home he'll want me all to him Nan stayed with her for two yeara.Happy :: .{ "" C'\, .", \, < \' (),."., 1
'\i lo go down to his, slat r'a home" with self-he has said so ao muny times. years' they were, of uneventful ,_ l,.....; .'\" ,
'. him and Peter In the hope that and I was won"erlnyou wuo't .bu not at till exciting mo- .. ) ,\ 0 \? \
e'J'( circumstances Peter might under regain these his favorable memory. hurt. Nan? I was wondering If you'd colony. but It woe better than being .' ...,I.r.i.:; ",] 1. .
{p Nan finds mind going away for Just those tow II home. Nobody ever spoke un- '
;, /It Impossible to accept t \
't Arnntt mart* to leave while Nan I.ji' Is 1 1fl ',f N54'lcwt \ 1 1 :". :
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ton In reverie i ...ICt'C'! \i 01 ) $ PL ,
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a yj 4 tried tu sinllu They hud () ::/d' ) < : >

.. NAN such a time, when he \'I ... '*-:*:: ? ;1 f

got his leave hm lust luttor to '\, ( .t-:: .
her before he was \\ound-d h.1<1 "been" fl I.. ,, ..) '. .:;:. ?VcsV::!:: <
".,1. full of all that he meant to do when .

;O-'j;:}:<.,'written he ram* seemed home. -one to l 1'111'sentence| out! he uf( had the fm ftUS A7
ti >"i punt and htnie at ht tW POWER TNAN A KING AND t '*Ai0YES'MAAM \.\'T'tQRO"4 TAU ALREADY"AN\ !D 1SAID. -

;1 \ "W..'ll almond| our honeymoon. In f AN ACCw! sP SUE cAID |IP MY LITTLE ()\4"SU'R't.-II.I"' E t.AItlloWIM: \ \

;\I', S' Lol'don.. 1 think/ N."" Thviu area I I BRDTiIER COULD TALK SHE tOOtO CETiWOI TO \KEEP>> Q\\t.T: IO\OJ I ()ItIl"DIY rlAC'-.J
plan n.iviu I _
.. n
and shill love duitfg tho ruund otjjthu
fehopH \\ lihon and buying >uu
,, ftlotn. of thugs I COUU3 THINCS \
suppose you know SAY J'r1JI / '1 1I.
i'l thut you hiivt-n got a projMr, en.MRogemenl k\\- T1T I : : J
ring yet. nia.l.iin' ai'iftho \ I
Mi-it thing w. II do the morning RC : .\.\ ,
Tatter I KGI! hoinu-go and thuuse a I, \1\ ,. Mis ti MiUiluff, Nc.
I'WR, .flog \, clew wontan ftft this npl| i i |
'l t1? And now he was honu" ,, and he had u I lI', V Hill g M.imiu held at '
"forgotten':; \ htr. lie wan. quite| content closu the winter's social I

.. .''1.tu I go the round of the shu|>a with ,
S John Arnott Instead 1 1I w

xtl She went to the door with Arnott a' I I11Ms
\1 ;''j,end bade him goodtiy. JLi
I,if!: "But I shall see you o nln. chant
id tiI:!: ?" he asked( anxiously "We shan't f
lr: lie going down to my Mister's, Just yet > -'' Trayci ni s$ I
;jI\\j\\) I hope you will let me see you

,I!t Jtigain Nan"answered that she would be II ill y I I I__ 1

110/: very pleased. At the back of her
mind she was wondering If ahe dared tfl 60 ANpt INSIIRAntEMAN'LOLD EVER NAD; AMY 1 ell :
ask Arnott where. he and Peter: were VOVR 'D TO SEMD YOU TO MEfi0R \ I l \. 11.,11.;' AW.dt.; ."t f
: [ going that morning-If She dared 80"In j 'MEDtQAL EyA raltt A10N9 L::.: \ "' '.''I-c! O. .\!:,- L..< : / t't'i
the Hume direction herself.. In the i\t T
,' hope of meeting them. If She could VESDOe7ottr II 1 -to

Must see Peter, Just watch him from r r r
., ?Ia fa distance It would bo something :: j' I I L..41 1 / "
She shook hands with Arnott me a at
Il: chanlcally '
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r, A telegraph hay ran up the steps
:X1, 88, they stood there. He handed Nan J. JI -. J'f
tub ", a telegram. "/ helve had dreams like !this before." 4. 'oL. 'f
"Name I "d-3.
( of Endlcott? he auld laconically

!I1 days?" kindly to her or made her feel, thnt 't:, ;) t .,.,,_t.. \. .I II
t I "For Joan Bald Nan A little '
Nan did not answer. 'I ? ,
the was not wanted and It'a a real
pans of envy went through herheart. "}-".. could go home dust for a, few ,",..-- > / )". .rR I
Onre the Bight ot a grief to NonVh..n one morning she II li '
,' days oouldn you? Joan went on. W \
.ef lye set oil! her pulses racing but now "Or to some friends-1'm sure you went to Miss Ly ler'lI room aa usual ., \ \ ;; ? '
Ii'j) \' she cared leas than nothing. She won't mind me asking you, but ." to woke her, and found that the little .fl /, I
i bade Arnoll a hasty "goodb)'" and She looked up anxiously. "Are youangry lady hud. died iff her sleepMr <\I\iG.ltlJl l' / J <. I :
//1 I went In to find her friend. Nan?" -u : i .
.", Hook Miss Lynter'a solicitor 4
Joan was only just dressing. She "No" aald Nan; she gave a queer L.J) w bsIL'e c
came and went kind NanIn
and was to
looked very frail and childish stand little laugh. "Aa you say, I can go
? Ing there with her hair tumbling home or or to some friends." his dry sort of way .

th about her shoulders. Nan spoke to And the thought of John Arnott's "You had better stay on for the EVER HAVE AN WELL. C\'T: !\ 40\ P.At'iAAt '' ,
her sently. embarrassed. Invitation crossed her present my dear young lady," he NOSIttrMEvER NAp ANACCIOE.MT .
DEN7q\ '' "' ..
9 [[ AM 4@I \ .I : )rye "M.
"A telegram dear" she said weary mind. aald "It la Irnjjunalble. to make final ACCt0E117 IiUT I IJ J
t s Joan turned sharply, her face Joan Rave a little High of relief "I ananKi-menls till 1 hear from MlnsLysttr guMMERA8VLL4tNNEDME \.., '''' .'\) )... \>, ,. Jl'
chalk.whlte. She dropped her bru.hWith was sure you would If I asked you" 'H nephew. Yea 1 there l III u I"" ) L :
a clatter she salJ. "11 won. the flint thought nephew as, of course. you know-" OVER AFLMeE+ !! J ,n. Io:2 I III
II '1 1 I '
"For me? Oh Nan you open It- that came Into my head after I fund "You will find that, you have not ,\ I ,
I''m BO afraid. )! Tim's tolcgrum. I've been without been f 01 not ten." Mr hook told hergenIII' LL'' 11t \ I f.I 4 "

Nan luugheo.l-.he tore open the him no long and we used to be ao and Inter when Mats' I.)IItm 'IS -' -- .. 1 .* 1
envelope.. carelessly and drew out the happy here Just by ouraelvea will was road, Nun fuunil, that she -- r'"" '

.': cage!! Nan said yea, but she felt curiously hud been left a aufllcluntly huge ( ....' ...,
11- 'Home on Friday. five daja' )leave. I hurt that Joan should be ao capital to bring her In aUty iwjnda.. r t \ ( a
-Tim." anxIous to rid of a year 1t J.e a s
gel her 1 1
.1 She read the message aloud. EveiythlnR t\-n\ went to Peter pVSt L ( :: .. 1I I
1 should have offered to go. anyway v.ee' ('.. s/J fflt \ \ .
a\. Joan gave a little hysterical Lyater. but It was many a rMlsa rtis O "5>) \ t "
ahe said, with a touch of
i.I' Cream Lyster'a death. nr.d after thewar F"as.Ia \j- lw ;/ r
"1 don't believe. It-you're teasing "I quite understand how you hud broken oat that the l i't'ie i JJ "
"Ill > ,
me I just don't believe It." feel. maid who had atayod on with her .. I I
4T;f She snatched the paper from Nan. But the tear. smarted In her eyes cams to the door to say that! a sot- tWHA'7 I .,.. e' : ,: re'

.1'read\ It and burst Into tears."Oh as she went to her own room with tier, won Baking <.. we Mils Ly.t r. l-S; i r I" ,I
Its just too wondertul-I'm her little parcel of letters. And that via how Nan met r..'...r. ," .., '" ,
ni"I' so happy Oh Nan you must Home had never been home to Nan Nan had a'.ao: met Joan 12-tditXrfl'! r'I 1.1TpgEV I.
\ hurry up and flnlsh that pink blouse since her mother died and her father while She was Wth Mlsa IC>T, "j'4 (if LL< ) :
"1 (or me." married again. That was years *#o when Tim joined" the army the two I 4 I
+. Nan walked out of the room without now; Nan had been a small child of (girls went to a*.. together ant Mod ".. C u
Q auiawerlng; she did not mean to nine then but she could remember lived together ever etnceea .

-unkind_ or unsympathetic, but ber < as It It were yesterday, the night (ITo ite" CoatlnU'MI' I Here la a. vAry

i IMIKOr<-pe for ..
G"OO .0'-. >.." ," longer I than usual and la

t \\ :: 'i O\) \p\ PW51lU.KS\ "IT'SjIiAT VOVSVREL1 5410uu SAYIAMTEACdtR!! the center back giving
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+ Co,"t' .':': Iof'f DRESS." "' AND! t>OIo\'T av- PAW WORM &C Ow OVh aSpS ,"" : I \ ME oVT Itutli Miller, movie

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!hy-iical giant. Robert;, William. Hartford, Conn. I contest entitled, "Eijtht Essentialsfor !,1 CASKETS
Bradford County Telegraph Washington stood six feet two, athletic build, powerful -4 lots In Blk. 27 in Hampton,1 I, Our \\ :M S." Pictures representing ; J
: Park ('''n. $SOO,/00. these e 1&-eltiaI8 were : and a Full Line oft f
r.\liI.l6HKI! IN: 1S71> ,11t'-t. Reddish brown hair. Blue eyes. Large hand, Joseph Bolt and wife to Law. I shown and the c.'nteaumt had to'
In history this is important. For, without his strongnd r>-ne! Developing L'o.-3 acres 13-8- determine whata h repre'ente.l. Undertakers Supplies ;s:

Published Weeklyun I' J'idas and Entered as Second CIuvs: ", healthy body, Washington could not have stood the hard- 22 ('(,n. 100000. Wood-I IR. I I At the conIJ.i..n f the proirrani. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE '.
A. Green to Chas G. .
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Matter at the I'o"t OH ice at Marke Florida -hips he went through commander-in-chief of the armies the hostees us-nted b.v
: as
: 10 .
Blk. .
hrel' : '-E3-t: Lota 6, 8 in I Jones and :Mm. Oo; I r. White served T+ Al ri on hand. T> beet rrlc* J
hat won America its independence. in Starke. Con. $9,000.00. a deliciou.all1I course. +. at trnllon the luwMt to trl price.ir.rh b.ci.1 urdrn.KLOISTEKEU .at-

.;. S. :Matthews_______ ___________ ___Ovsner and Publisher Born of planter parents considered wealthy in those day, P. B, Hunt and wife to C. P. i I .- + : EMBALMBB ++
Glover, Grafton court N. II.! -1J |,
.1. C. KobinMm__._______________________:Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION ..ml inheriting a landed estate, Washington; was no idler. lie lot in Blk. 10 in Hampton. Con. CARD OF THANKS I It: : DEWITT c. JONES t
i ought his way into history by hard work. lie was only 16 S.-.OO.00. I STARKE, FLA.
We wish to (our sincere ;t;
old when he headed Empire Lumber Co., to J. B. express i
years westward into the wilderness
; KATENearly as aurveyor. thanks to all who were' so kind anl
Crews, Jr., Cnion County--10 acres helpful in the sickness and death !,?"$ F1-Ft+++F++i+4++++f+.! +
$1.50 Six :Months, 7oc;) -Payable in Advance 5621. .
: God bless .
of our one.(8) you
He served
for three -
as surveyor years. The pay was Frank S. Hodson and wife to J. -- -
prey Advertising: Rates on Application -mall. But George was economical, saving enough from his B. Crews, Jr., Union county-Trait all. ... ...8J +i+!
t te'eon 5-6-21. J. :Norman and family.
-" -- wages to buy large tracts of land before he was of age. J HARVEY M. SNYDER
- J. B. Crews to II J. Koll.nir.: Union
/ One Bradford count Farmer obtained: !O-'J: pounds: of meat At maturity, his!' reputation was established as a thrifty, county-Tract 5621. CEMETERY WORKINGOn : '

.irom two hogs. Now till what could be considered "::!um.:: reliable, hard worker, intensly; democratic of simple taste, a Lake Klnp lcy Dev. Co? to II. C. I 1 :Mortician, Starke, Fla. 1

' arming-Times.Union. _._ "! Nsxi lots in Blk. 3 in Lake King ley April you are requested to meet at
o iv: a!' their logical leader.A heights No. 1. Con. $3500. I I the ;McKinney cemetery, New River X Directors and Embalmers As- .
n One of the main :spring\ crops::! this year: will be candidates leading character of critical times, Washington was Cora Kammprer and hu-hand to to clean off and, beautify the sociation. n
Prelo J or county and state offices. eriou. .mindcd from youth. He knew the bitter hardships of burden and C. E. Harper- I I grounds. Those having friends or i
,. relatives buried there are urged to PHONES
winter in the unexplored wilderness, Indian fighting and the s 19-7-22. <
-o- come and help.Sarasota$1,300.000.
FaU Many a married: man will tell you that the reason he is tarvation and cold of Valley Forge. Lake Kinirsley Uev Co., to S. II.Uixnn ,i : t Day-1 Night -59-W I
Ben Hill/ \ County. G.-l lot .
i is because he talked too much. Washington never admitted that defeat possible. In worth of '
married today ::! : was in Blk. 20 In Lake Kinesley( Heights/ With DeWitt C. Jones
Mi -- p- he darkest: days of the Revolution it was largely his inspiring No. 1 1. Ton. $1\'.r>0. I I I[, street improvement contractsawarded
cit Lake Kin ." Go to church next :'undu)'. It's. a good habit to breakup courage that kept hope alive in his famished soldiers.It .
fare F. [llxon. Hen Hill County, Ga.- ,,
the spring fever. is good to know that the father of the United Stateswas I !lot in Blk. 20. Lake KinsleyHeiirhtu (( 11

o a regular fellow-virile, likable, an ideal American. In N" 1 1. Con. $1 H50.
7 Most of the office holders who see: the nation trembling his life many lessons!' for the young. Also, much inspiration :Maud' James Taylor and hu.hand Dr. Paul G. WeitzCHIROPRACTOR
to I.I//IP K Harm/ -4 lots In Blk.
dib im the bring are convinced after the election that it was::! only for those emerged from youth.-Tampa Telegraph. 11 in Hampton. Con. $700.00.G. .
their job hanging in the balance. o W. Andrews and wife to --
\N ELECTION= YEAR \Farmers! and Dealers Bunk, LakeButler .
o Over Magnolia Cafe Hours: 9-12 2-5
t< -20 acres 2J-0-20.: /
tl Men and women who are worrying about the younger This ian election year and while not one in which a A. K. Strinfffellow and wife to
generation are usually: those who forgot to worry about them- presidential election is held there are many things in view Mrs. Arch.e. Tanner-4 aires 20-7-

elves which make it important in Florida. :Florida must elect 22. Con. $1,000.00. ,
a O. Hayncg and wife to P. B. Hunt _n __ __ __no .'n ._____. __ __.__._ __ _
:iJ o United States senator and four congressmen. Besides this -/6 lots. in Blk. 31, :52:] in Hampton.Con. .
The weather prophet who predicted a long hard winterin elections occur in November for attorney general, justices of $jOOOO.P. --- ---- -

): now guessing that it will be a long, hot summer. Not in the supreme court and other officials. Some few announce M.. Piidirett and wife to W. :M. I
F'arker -10 acre1 14-6-20. Con.
Florida. ments have been made and many suggestions are heard. of $:00.00.( !) .
n nI 0 the candidacy of one or another, for certain positions! but political I.oney Hazen to }:. W. Peet-21 J. L. SIMMONS

Newcomers and visitors to Starke are almost unanimousin activity has been confined so far to what might possibly acres 11-8-22. 'on.. .100000.. .- -

their opinoin that the one thing badly needed here is a ; be called the "left wing" of the Republican party in the WOMAN'S: w. M I. $. PLUMBING: AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR:

condemnation of shacks and a liberal use of paint.o -tatt!. At a meeting held in Orlando recently the delegation The business and program meeting -

o-- present cho e to call it a convention and to designate their of the W. :M. S. was hellIon: Estimates Made-Work Guaranteed
I items from all parts of Bradford county are want- organization as "the" party of Florida.( The men gathering day afternoon at 3'00: at the homeof
Mrs. S. L. Peek! with twenty-
ed at this office. Send them in. und transacting business were largely of a group that for five ladies present. STARKE, FLORIDA

-0-- some years' past has tried to break up the so-called "regular" The devotional service was con-I .1.-

One item overlooked in the clean-up week is the numberof faction and substitute their candidate and principles for those ducted by the president \11'8.: W. J. i -.- -, .. -.... ..... .... ....-- ..... ,-, ... --.0)

open toilets on streets where sewerage connection can be which were endorsed by the men who had been recognized by Epperson.attended\ The to necessary after which businesswas a! very I --- -. .- ----.- -- -- -- --- .
made. Those in charge of the campaign should not count 'the, national party.Attempts interesting' program was rendered.

I their task complete until such menaces to health are removed. to organize an "all white" Republican party in was The"The subject Romance for the of Homo afternoon Missions : I We can charge your 0 UDQ

o the state have so far failed and the old leaders, well contort ;" the leader being :Mrs. Tho n- YES
What can be done by co-operating with each was::! demon- to admit the colored voters to their ranks and satisfied with I as )Hanson.; Those taking part of STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's 0 1 1 110.
-trated by the almost universal to the clean-up the program were' : :Mrs. W. L.
response ap- the patronage awarded in the state when the Republican party -
1 Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee :Mrs
peal. Now remove old fences, plant lawn and paint your '' is in power, are presumed to be quietly observing and readyto :! II. L. Brownlee :Mrs. C. A. Knight,

house.. come forward and carry on as of yore when the proper i Mrs. W. J. Epperson and :M.3S
1 o i time comes The organizers of the convention in Orlando Ethel Griffin. Mr. Hansen" sang Garage Starke

The big juicy strawberries have started their annual have set another date for nominations the adoption of a que very feature beautifully of the"My: program task. A was jnl-a Fla.,

pilgrimage to the north from Bradford county.o platform and this will no doubt be accomplished. ltepubli uin -- .
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-- nominees have been voted for in Florida elections the ,...
i r ast -_a -A_-a._ >-_
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Counties along the Lake City-Palatka short route should score of years, but their chances of election are no bett 2r r.ow oD
-tate road thirteen was half completed. This will be duplicat- than ten years ago. U"II .

the start the quicker state aid will be secured on completingthe The Democratic party i is not seriously bestirring itself '

construction. itself! at this time although some few candidates are being: ""II
-0 discussed. The state election laws indicate the time: place Why Trade In Gainesville

The era of prosperity: this::! section enjoys started before and manner of holding the primary and all preliminary mat- o

r tale road thriteen was half completed. This will be duplicated ters will lie}, attended to in advance of that occasion, early in: a O

on a larger scale when road 23 and -18 are started. June. The Demo cratic state committee may meet previous: o AT WILSON'SStyleright o n

-0 to the primary but it would appear that only routine biisine, ; s
Stark has too good a volunteer fire dtparment to cripple
would come up for dipo"al. The Democratic majority as i
its efficiency with worn-out fire fighting equipment discarded shown: by comparing of the primary vote with that of the

by other towns.! Competitive bidding can secure bet Republican in the last general election i is apparently such asto o

ter equipment than what one manufacturer unloaded on this give little concern to movements by the latter party, and o

town at a good figure. yet it would be well to reckon somewhat upon the steady influx 1U o D

o of people and the number of national Republicans who l Merchandise-
Lex Green the handsome congressman from this district are becoming residents of Florida. ll
knows how to handle his adjectives when it comes to des There need never be any fear of Florida going over into, U A great amount of time and effort is expended by our buying staff.
r Florida. II Frequent trips each season to the great New York market U UIii
scribing Some Florida realtors ought to get Lex to I Republican ranks as long as there is a mixed population and and the
write their ad" :maintaining of a New York office insures for STYLE-RIGHT
for them.-Perry Herald. you
of in the
the possibility negro representation Republican org o :MERCHANDISE always. I
o- anization here. That the national Republican party can ever O 0
I The Gainesville! Sun does not approve of the methods used afford to recognize any group in the South which docs not at .0 v

by the Federal officer in Alachua and Bradford counties of least pretend to admit and consider as equals the colored voters o Quality Merchandise-- D o

dy'M having their victims: "ecure liquor and then arresting them. of the section seems improbable. But the Florida Democracy ,

Some of the methods used by the prohibition officers are as cannot rest quietly upon past performances. It must The first and paramount rule in judging our buying Does the

'riminal a.. the acts! of the bootleggers, but in this case would consider the increased! population and endeavor: to secure tho material and the workmanship possess that stamina of wear and

anyone' expt a bootlegger; attempt to fill such an order? co-operation of all who have aligned. themselves with Domoc- o he tandnrd of make-up necessary to give you your money's

o I'IIC'fore} coming hero, and endeavor to convince newcomer: o D worth This is our first thought and reflects the entire spirit of 0 II

.\ f.RK\T: fOUWAKJ) MOVKf'harr ; of the necessity for Democratic principles in state govorment. mganization. 0

b-r of '.'J1I.1I."l' ,. planlor" emph.tiizing! the ugriultiinJ (Plorida! Times-Union.

/ r- "j jr'f: ""UIi try .r. particular: !.; ar<_ r.jn} !.ne with the mot advanced Brail ford county: will only have one representative in th..' Prices--

th"ught in Ftoridan Jv J .<';.-n' rt, : ail nti/tiis heartily will state. legislature hereafter, and, the voters of the county o n considering quality of material, quality of workmanship and orig- o
.' i th, should 1<<1 carefully choose t the man for t this i important if
ippro- > a department n chamber to lie devoted to : post. o n ahty style; you rightfully expect fair prices. We will always D

farming, to a/Jverti5njf ot-r 1"rrr.ing pt'..-ihilitil'1 and to set- n ->tll you at prices consistent; with good merchandising. You cat o

rling go-betters ffi the !w 1 L'r'ot outs. . I lots in Ulk. ::17 In Luke Klngsloy buy as cheaply here as anywhere.

What men have don oth r rr.'-n can do. and many are the KKAL'n: : TU VNSFT.R3 ', Heights :No.: 1. Con. 3701. U
Hjjr ." . I Bernard A. Paty and wife to II.
arm' rs, poultrynwn.: ;> i a ;and i < huv3
John F. Cahill to J. L. !ItarveyRealty III. Senders! and M. D. Manuelian: o Large Selections-
hown all the .years vrLwt) Polk county soil can be made) Co., of New York--1"0"mrea > !,120 acres' 10-5-22. Con. $10.00.A. n o
icld. Polk Is a veritable fjrpjrt of farming wealth ; it is the 10,. 11, II. 15, 10, 17, 18, 19, Z. Adkins nod wife to G.: L.. 9 Our stocks are continually kept D
20622.. Con. 30000. I 1'001-20 acres 3-8-22.(\ Con. $1000,. moving by the large volumne of
tate's l5-rcT.-inJ and Florida
premier county\ is the only county S
:Mrs. J. \", :MrCullor to J. S. Andrews I J. A. Turner and wife to O. A, n patronage we ha..e. Here the person hard to suit and hard to fit
rated so far above the n&tiojiaJ;] average as to be classed with -20 "''T,'. " -ome 100 headliner.r in the entire country given. 10 acres 83-7-22.!: on. 1000.I U o
Inko Kinirslcy IVv. Co., to R. It.Jernijrnn | J. L. Harvey Realty Co. Inc., tGeorgo n
Florida is going to the "!;o.l. our leaders! knowing that ulti-
fSaitsilon: 'o\lnty-5 lot I and John Dmck Troy N, o
mately the Florida soil mint b- the basis of everything. Farm in Lake Kinsley It..iathtsn.. 1. I Y.-to acres 20522. Con. $300.00, n
development Is gaining more and more attention and em- J. :M. Dukes and wife to JNihn A. Fla. Land Sales! Corporation t10 I*
Ebel Jr., Duval county-112 1-3 J. \V. Rockwell! Hartford Conn.- We Want To MERIT Your
and in this direction our immediate future lies. o
phasis "_ : Patronage
acres :30-5-22. Con. $20.00. 1 lots in Hlk. 7 in Hampton Park:
Farms and factories are twins of development and con- 1 R. O. Gnnnn and wifa to ConornlIe Con. $300.00.Lake : a
tinued progress without which -we cannot get along. Both -Tract Lot 5 in Elk 1 in Starko Kinsley' Dev. Co., to T. J o
Con. $60.00i.nko rain, Decatur County, Ga.-3 !lot s n
increasingly important in the of the entirt'tate
are eyes .
Kinualoy PPV. ( 0. to Alto in Blk. 10 in Lake Kingslei: :\
and the Lakeland chamber is keeping abreat of Floridan Warwick, Early County, Ga.-2 lots Heights No. 1. Con. 52.50. B Q.ofi __ J.n"
leader in planning for intensive cultivation of the farming : in Blk. 16 in Lake Kinsley Itoiffhtt II. T. Tarnell to J. II. roppell-. Service\ 'I' 11ir/ !U.T I"rft/ .I" cS< ',
of Imperial Polk.-Lakeland Ledger. No. I, Con 3700. 217 acres 23-0-20. o
potentialities Lake Kingsley Pcv. Co., to :\Iu. J. W. Ah'ret to Fred Jones-1C
o W. I" Rhodes Early County, Ga.- acres 32-C-22.:! : GAINBSVILLB.FtORlOA," a o
WASHINGTON: 1 2 lots in Clk. 17 in Lake Kingsley Mich: Roberson to B. W. Schell oI
i If you had lived long ago and had been introduced to Heights: No. 1. Con. $37.00. Dade county-10 acres 4722.
lnko Kin !!l..y Dev. Co., to W. Con. $1,000.00.
George Washington, you would have shaken the hand of a L. Rhodes, Early County. Ga.-2 I Fla. Land Sales Corporation tc L _IOC3OI: 1OE3OI: IOE3OI: -

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