Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 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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STARKE'S GROWTH\ TO BE RAPID President Attends Fuheral of His Father CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEM- : :f. f} ,


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Stresses of Interest In Local Orgnni/alio
Importance Letting ) a .*. .a. .*. 's .as. .$. / 1-..
Newcomers Know What 'IhU droning; / -- |I"IMorlnlCI..v! : ,v.inent

Section Has to Offer in Way Of SEEKINGMAIL : .*. Starke" Chuinhvr of Commtrre *.*.. Fur Hand/ t Organization / I '.
Schools, {,Churches Soil-Spurt nutIsery: Thurs-", in Starke.t ', S
Of Development To Follow (Koadi tt : (I.ty night at the City )
__ .*. .*. !1 The Stuiko ihunilu-r of
Hull. K\ery: cili en of / I
28 And 48. SERVICE FOR S
.*. tho town i isi'\pt-rU'd; to he now numbers flft '.1iv., paid 1.'. !

of the Crosby Lake Shores subdivision rii'mbor with the except. ion of ten );.
a S S S C C S C C ,
when interviewed Wednesday JAX BUS LINE es- memberships i. held, l hy tho Midland "

as to what they thought about .. Ronlty' C..., of Jacksonville, bring
'% WORK HKI.L: S r.\It n:1I: ) ON
Starke's future gave their answer residents of Starke or residing in
at once. Present ('ripplt'dIaij: ('rvll'pt.lr: VIMS\: I: tilE: ROAD I the 1h'III'hy territory. Thoso weekly

"After living six years in Florida lie Improved bv hits meet, ings held, on Thursday evenings .
four years in West Palm Beal.hAnd Handling Sacks. 1'1'1I.I"I'1' roud I Unite-on I will Bt the city )hall tire of vital

two yoars in Lake Worth, Ic-iirn" with I I |P Vn'-mv a of the t progress interest to eveiy citizen and the at- i

Starkcfhas more to offer than any W. II. Hayes operator of try being iiia.li on ( lu shuit stretch of tomlunro has. boon: growing steadily 1

other place we have been in yet. ( nin..svilh'- tarke.JII..k"onville bus roud from tin fair ground to Uni since the organisation At thojll't.tnlll.tlI'r

With the best climate for winter Ii".., was in Starke Wednesday. ti vcrsity, avenue, iiiincsvillo., lieports meeting. and banquet' 4)

and summer crops of all descriptions take tip the mutter of transportingmail \\cil m-sdny ntiitcd that thai 1..1.llIre.h.) : 4th. 5

and the best of soil Bradford for points between Jacksonville i iiih and gutter hud been plait tieullv A t I the mooting( held l Thursday of I

county has a true motto, 'Where and Gainesville and! giving. completed' for Its onliio t I length and lust week\ dmnmsions! us to what S
the towns route quicker I Hint nlmul ,ane.t tliiid ,of the linn1roik should I iUiiii
Soil Reward Toil.! along this a O'b <. this section do to secure
The Messrs.! Marcotte's\ also see service. It in not Mr.: Have' : -ikf1 'e luisii liinl I loon liii.l..! Curs | >ta of t the hOI>lPII..k'rs to be

plan to take the place of the Sea- !'- >. 'I.. have I lii-oii, sticking lit 1 the strectn biouirht to this .state by tho rail ..
what. is coming into Starke with __________________ routed
hoard in handling, the mail, but to mrrhnh t they ha\ luvn muds running excursions twice
hard.surfaced roads ,
two ,
more PresIdent and Mr, Calvin Coolidge. with their con John On tile rcniri mull, ate, .11t' n m the "leigh intuy ,,, 'J daring i I tlio progress' (,f t tho woilp:, led
ft to
take the schedule carried by the monthly beginning April ,
and the other up
to St. Augustine ,
one tUDdtd lbS funaral of the >4..l Jem's other who died. recentIv in hut home in V.jimoniFARMERS and t the lontriu'lnijt; 1110 tat hi, to hi
Jiickiomltle-Cednr! Key train before theappointment, by Chairman
from Lake City to Palntka and I
then to the East Coast. "Work i ito 1.; it was taken off :Mr. Haye- making Mtat'-ta. r.ffaattha" completethin Kmnht: of an ,advertising, (committee I
start soon on both rood* and ill meeting with considerahlu enoourngemont Kl'll.llINC: PKKMITS: TOTAL I rnud ut an'flirty. dull-. -- a'ansishltigof, K. A. Scott, chairman, I

when completed we are going to in this undertaking PLAY $l!>,i.0: () I OK M.\RCIIlltiilding STARKE RIFLE .\. J. Thomas and! J. C. Robinson.

be the hub, and we are going to alone his route and belivps he will REGISTRATIONBOOKS This committee nt a meeting

keep the spoken right here All we have his plans ready for presentation permit1inMied. '' for the held. ,! Friday nfternon placed. ...1'-

will have to do is to let our northern t to the proper officials within BIG PART IN month of :March rcuthcd' u total of RANGE TO GETOFFICIAL v.-rtising In 122 dally papers in

friends know the truth about our -- $1(1.I; ",(OCl.IIO.) ) ( ) iiu-liiding I repairs' on OPENED five dtntos, rove-ring, (the territory

nice little city. With two fine (Continued l on page R.) existing buildings and new' ones from which tho excursions will ho S

S 'I his total hovvivi-r fl I"t'not in- run during the summer months. In lI.Ihli"ll
and being
banks our nice shop row OK
the county seat of Bradford county, SI'OISMREChrt: : TOWN\ BOOMSpends ..luI, ,. several repair l' jrbs for whichpermits /, ( I lo the daily papers ten
means a lot towards, progress. were nut ecuii-d. fiinn tnugazlnos in six states were
VM-ro grunted for tho lollovving: furnished, with advertising! for itlu'rlaal
With the best class of citizens you High Wind Friday Night/ Iestroys .\rm' Olficiils To Include ('ii niii'i|' '
!Money, With Home Mcr- Texas Refining Co. bulk filling! of three to four weeks. This
will find loving home people to associate S. J. Fut.h.
Buildings of .And i in Tour of Stale'
\ with. <'hlln'nd'" Helps to Promote tattoo in Peek's! addition near canning Idinges Hooks, \\ I ill I I 11,. I Opened) I in Super .'oinniitteo), has. tic-gun a campaign "', S

"One thintr r we must! tell our The storm which passed overtil 1'roNperous.. (" i ; factory" $111.0110.110.( ) ( () The rifle range iniiintameil: I liv visor's I 41111 I Ice I 1'111 II .\!)ril ail. foe, roul/ dirt I farmers/ believng! ) ,

northern 'nds-we have the best ) section Friday midnight did lions Here. N. Wnmwriirht, filing station, (local Companj ( i i. l-'lmida, Niitionnl I I thllt.| with I tho soil thin section, hns J .

of schools. churches, (of all denominations ronsiilcrnblo damage to trees tele- 'it..ivi pie avenue 100000.: ( I (Cuiirds .located noitheiist, nf Tin i loiintv( I lovisliatiiiii, ( hunk nothing could be doni-. by tho citlinhhip t.--

), and tell them also, that 'honer and light wires over a considerable ALL I I.VIKUEsfs: SERMil Walter. Wills, gimme' $ liO.O.( () Stark, will reieive'. a visit froin, for thu I l,-litairiit i / if primary' / of of Starke that will help 4

we are to build them a modern ho- portion of the county, an.! What has PO far been said in this A. U. Ilraddixk. garngi$5000.: ( () officers, of, the war, ilopiirlmeir'" .1.luniH, will j I I li'(. removed" from 1 lie tin-, town mole I han I tho settling of

tel which will be completed by fall. in the farm community southwestof series of articles on the importance 1). i K.: Knight .repniis :Marion 110- liniird, in the neiir future This. I Ispurt iliffrn-nt a I ;prooimts of tho niuiitv t I tl1I' splendid, farm' and, truck lands... f

"With the newly organized chnm- Lawtcy levelled the home and of buying of home-tuwn merchant tel $200.00.( of the department's' plans' fur n"xt11111fIny.: and! Ihosi- Kiring to The. need of a bund organization for

get of commerce, which is a great outbuildings of S. J. Futch. The I applies with equal force to Hie CJeorgo; I"'. Scott, bungalow, Tenth future development' of both. rump11' gistor thereafter miisi call/ !! at Shirk/ walt presanted' to the mom.In -

credit to the town, we know that wind,! there reached such a vehwitythat : farmers rp8idil. in the vicinity of street $.V!>00IO.() ( ) tutu, ranges 4 thi- office Ir, Supervisor" /at thoroiirllioiiHc. I 'rs by S. K. Hitch, who stilted that S

will send circulars and portions of the house and contents turke as it does to those who reside Thus. Woodhndgo, repairs and 1 Tho bunks will I Im open he bail.! received, tho promise' of fi.

they advertisement, telling out them of tha were scattered for a quarterof : within its corporate( limits.\ alterations Cull street }ptopertv\ Atlanta Cu! April' I 1.,-.A confer'ence i in I Hit- voting i pleriiuts today: iimicml, assistance, from the town I

wonderful little city of Starke. We a mile, and the occupants eightin I'lirgmg: his patronage to the $2,000.00. nt whkh will .be reviewed. the' nnd I tomorrow, t thi- I two list t tiny ", council! in the event I tho chamber of f .. fS'S'S_

building new number were forced to take refrpe I IIKTI,hunts of Slurke means money e t training cmnp anal l I turget rang i in charge''; of t tho following deput\' loinmorro would... assist in tho buy lp
are at several present homes, remodeling in the: only building left standinir ,). I Ir t'aktt.. It is not a questionof situation of t the fourth corps' tirt-u''. I' registration IICfi'prll'I.IIt lug of instruments for 11 ten piece /
block, new of EXCHANGE CLUB with a view to mapping/ out plan' !'' bund.. The body voted! $'.!tlO forthis -
our old blocks; and making n small smokehouse await obligation but a question pi ) ((1)I ), (:ii-i>. W. Huberts. r
for. the l'oorellOnt..el'l'lopmPllt, of t purpose' and will give !Mr.Kite .
the dawn.
look like fit. SturkiS). .1. F Klfklitir.Stinki !, .
the anal, will be held 'h the needed'. ,! in the
camps ranges! I support
of the old fashiontd fur the greatestprogress \ '
Mr. George A. Marcotte expects The home one Probably by :; ((8:!:1.> J. W. Morgan.' --
to leave the first of June on a sellIng type with the main part of that hrs been mndo in in. IS FORMED HERE in Atlanta, April B, it was announced (;1'I.IWIIII. ( I ), C. i II. liii.' 'rt a.I formation' of a bund. .q
"campaign of Crosby LakeShores the house built separate from the dustrv, in the past t > H"' yarn has hero today I Hampton' ((5)), .1. V. .lories., The ehumhi-r of commerce hnsnut I
will I I bo attendedbv t
I The conference i 'tivc' solicited
ly !
division in
and will endeavor to do his kitchen was completely dpmoi! h. boon athievcd as a result of tho ThoruHwi/ (il), I 1'. M n'ilt'pr.o.I'W Sii
mule killed when the of. industry. Time was when I .Local Orgnni/iilum Compleled hy a war ele'llIlI.tllle'lIt board of officers tat..nix I the- I business' and,I profession- .
fd. A
part to advertise Stnrkc to its ut- was of< :: River ((7)), !II. I.. Johns., \ S
most. barn' collapsed on him and several. the farmer rai.sod, sheep .ut tho>r I Orgnni/t-r :N.ilionnl.;. I llodv.The detailed for the InHpertlnn Hioi.lcer. ((14 ), (i. ]II{ Cokmi.Thin III men of the town, beliving thatervone
know bend of cows were injured. Rosebushes wool raised fodder! to feed hisI I --- training rumps' and! target ranges,,. ..\ should' be sufficiently in.icioited SI
The messrs. Martotte's dvi-d the clips lalt..t in the civic ranks of :Mi:. .,ir General Juhnson I Hngooil I., registration period. rovers I in the town supporting,, him
trees lock winter
anti fruit near I over
that they have the chamber of the roots. them into wool with family I Stnrke! i- t the F.v hunge (Hub. form i oinmiindini'.. officer, of t the area t III'. nil! elections! during the next. t Iw, to c nine in vid'intnrily. nnd, support
by il
Stark.- house'c'c torn up tn
commerce and the people of "I' ciicrul" of t tho states in \cni-, and. is (the last/ chance forthose '
week his
in Neighbors of the Futch family or hired I'elp, wove them into cljth fil! lust b.v a. representittirt'the adjutant | un organization, working for
as a whole to support them few tiny the and,! other I who desire to take- pint in .
will make in have been assisting in tho work oflobmlding I 1 tank. thoin to market and bartered national boily after a atoll ,persons concern interests It ill posmhlo) though, -
of 1h elections
every statement they home. his rolls of roods. for something work among thc citizens of thi- ed., any < regular or Hilt I u drive will ho mudo shortly

the progress of our little city. the I'lse: that ho needed.All town I Half] of the cnntenipl.iti-.l Tho fourth corps area rnmprisi-' special I, to qualify I I Pay your poll lei secure" every mon in I this section (a

n the processes of whatever membership' of twenty-five were secured :-;ort, h /and, South; Carolina' fieorgin! ,," tux/ now to the tax collector anal n n member

1 lim- of activity he engaged in hal 1 and the members complete1! Florida,! A labia inn, Mississippi l [, ,,,cut I your name on tho hooks

STATE ROAD 28 TO to be performed on the farm. And! I their preliminary organization lit Tennessee. and Louisiana. '

WORK\ ON everything; had to be run on as the first of their weekly. luncheons! The board is. composed of Lieut,
f'c.l 1N.: <' ,!ivi. NEW SEABOARD LINE FROM WEST
small scale in consequence.With \ hold Tuesday, at the Orange & Black Taldwoll training

DATE the introduction of the ,di- tea room sion of the War/ Department lerv :
BE STARTED AT EARLY oral Stuff Major R. R. Thomas,, .f .1
I vision of labor there was brougia I Unlike stone organizations, r.x- :
I' about a big change. We have in change.; has what Is called' l the douh imps" engineers, M lit In Huroaii:: CONNECTWITHWANNEE BRANCH '

time to truce tnis movement step Ip classification which permits th- :Major A. :M. PrentisH, supply division. -

Counties Ready to Turn Funds by step, or to go into minute de- holding of membership. by two menreprest'nting War Department GenerniStaff
Over to State For Construcling I the the line of 1 business ; Captain P. II. Mallory, ronst -
I CLAY COUNTY'SROADSWILL tail, but 'in a general way new same .irrangemcntefarltjght/ / of Way
Link.E. j development worked out so that or profession in the small ruction branch, office O.uurtiTmaitLr STATIONS
II..lnltIadtWill: GlaSeveral I
the farmer VVJIH freed of all the op. towns. In the cities the memher- General. Reported
S. Matthews, member of the BE i'1-utions except! raising the sheep hip is limited tu one person in ouch! Colonel Poul Ciddmgs: Staff 1))?. Other Connectionx. With

Railroad Commission here for the : ..nd
week-end, had his attention called Ise d!>.ed it. a third spun it, a fession.: area, will represent General Ilugoodon OPENING HERE l.ooi|. or Double '1 rack System. ,

to the conference between Dr. fourth wove it into cloth, a fifth I Ont-ido of the soda( I fwaturos enlivening the inspection trip. Among thetaIitps .
of the State FOOT WIDTH the hoard, will, visit in the .
chairman 16
Hathaway, soldit. luncheons of
carried it to market a sixth I the wutkly Tho following dispatch! > from
Road Department and himself regarding of the newly south arc : Fort Hurrancus Kln.j, ; lv o Companies, :Secure; locutions
and HO on. the body the purpose lam[>u Tuesday concerning the
State Road No. 28, an ac. Principle Is SameIf I formed Kxchunge: consists of: ;I Camp Joseph I IJ::. Johnston Flu. Tor Hulk :StntiiniM; : I bird' 1 Si-nliourd's: announced new line

count of which was published in the Kids Will lie Received on April the farmer engaged in something I Kxemplifying the 1'1.111] meaning ",f"Exihange" The following lunges' are am'ii' < 'lfciorted|' Moving Prom i from the western part of the State
Times-Union of the 23rd inst. :Mr. 22nd For Construction Work in businessnnd those vvhuh will l 1'0 vh.ite.l: Luke Hampton.Tluit .
else besides IIheepralllinr,1the : every day tll Tampa indicates the possibility
Matthews is president of tho Lake On Starke-St. Aug. details were different but the I professionnl liCe by the maximum City Flu.; Stiirke. Flu.; lluytonn ... if linking the now lino with the
Stark ft-.t t cmiini., .
IB :
Route Association Road. l Pin.Vinter Haven, Flu.j! West .i'i'flti.r
Short ;
City-I'alatka ustine general principle was the same. I I.JUMt of service to w'' i'h lililn I liies will old) 1 through easily' Panic, connections
organized to promote the Bids will be received_ on. April is mrdiuin for the h'itl nilhanich, Flu; ( ''nlP Jcmeph I nut- '
what these details are To provide a exchange IInI..ount! nt "in'h points as the Starke-Wun.
line across "1a.j lint hly cum. / of its /advantage.
F. Johnston
building of this short 22nd by the board of bond trustee unimportant, but what is important of idrna! mothods 4, information ", I.inition,, ; neo ranch I at Wannt-c near Cedar
of the State -0SlItAIhEltIt1S- / ) on throe of th.-
the northeastern part mucn special road! and bridge clist'ict is that he is now responsible and, business courtesies. 1 / i! AMIStruwhcrries : main state highways, is shown bv Ross for tho Cedar Keys-Archor .

lie( expressed himself as the number 4, of Clay county, for the for only .of tho six more Jobs. 1181 I To promote and encourage: good, TInT'10' : \ I (: the action of two of the, largo oil i brunch, and, other points along the

pleased and encouraged by i onstruction of Roads 2 or state can perform his one job better, IM: I fellowship and ncipmintanreship between I'resent( Tumtiu routes
onipames 'rating m, the
chairman / ntuti- I I
friendly attitude of the load, 48, covering the clearing a result, and on a larger scale. I membors and to (lrovlI,. and truck of all ope I I For several weeks there hare
1 buying here
of the State Road Department un .grading; and the necessary bridles Where there were six chances for I; means for this purpose.To kinds have started moving front hulk stations property for erecting.; loon, rumors (concerning the relitiildmg '

said he feels very hopeful that a and! culverts. Bids' received at thi'time him to suffer loss before, there is tako an active interest In humanitarian I Starke, strawberries I bringing guod kerosene and luhricut hllnelll, nit'l1l."Ii" *, of tile\ Wan". '" branch lino

plan will be worked 1 out for road the 2rt.early will not include the surfacing only one besides, ho can concentrate I civic, State and national lances. on the local platform. With. have been I isniieH nu oils.Pemits to. the bundling! heavier trains 4. an.! f'f''for

beginning of work on work of of this road but will provide the! his attention on this one job, affairs, thereby lending aid to in a few days the berry crop will Texas for the rebuilding of the T. & J. road,

Briefly re icwlng the Route grade and bridges ready for th':! so that he learns to perform it bet. movements tending to make our i tart moving in earnest, and! although In Comppr.y Peck'II..itl.n.. norting a station punhnsod by the Seaboard several ("
Short / the
the Lake City-Palatka said hard surface. It is net: known ir tot than ever before, with less lost town, state and nation a bettor thu oircugo U small, a Standard l Oil near months ago, from Sampson City to

Association, :Mr. :Matthew Lake Butler what length of time the grading.: motion and on a large scale. pkce in which to live. heavy yield l hi exported.! $10,00000.: ( ) The Station Sinclair, at a )cot of i its southern, terminus. With thi .

that it was organized at must be completed, but reports arc This brings us'again to the far. To co.operate with Excangeitos Among the nhimicnU| from the .. has RefiningC was mi"'!li'dod the rumored, removal!
county, I in
'; county site of Union to the effect thnt the greater par' mers! who today are owning and op. J I wherever they may be, and to promote Lawtey platform last week wan a southern purchased of ,property tho. of the railroad shops from Wai loto

only a little more than a year ago. cf the machinery and equipment crating farms about Starke. and encourage a relationship | solid car of strawberries., One of Branch part have town on the Want I I Stnrko, this being tho more con.
At the time of the organization.1 for the work has already been placed. They grow grain, but they do of service with other Exchange I the heaviest crops of sweet corn in t ru-e unloadoc] two \enient locution for the shops when
as hiigo tanks
designated I / near/ the Hiding b'lilt
road 28 had been 'i": have to Invest in mills and clubs. | thin( hiutory of Lawtey has been the Wannee branch line I U convert
Lake City W I for the company's by the Sea
State roa-1 only from of the Rot: < No. 2, as designated in !rind it to flour, they have dairy The charter members of th's [ Ilanted, in that section. id to a main line.
board. This
session has ,
Starke. At the 192; Cay's system of highway conptruction herds but creameries and cheese organization are Messrs. J. W. An. 1 "- -' -- company not yetpi'euired The Information Indicates that

legislature the designation keystone was extended runs from Green Cove "'nctories free them of the necessity drcws Jr., II. C. Wall 11. C. :Rtith: ANNOUNCES: ; ; FOR their building permit from the plans of the Seaboard onnonnc.id S

to take in, Bunnell. so( Springs In a westerly direction vialong 'f working their own product into O. L. Haynes, A. J. Thomas, J. E. I I COMMISSIONS: the town. in a general, WilY recently by S.
Heights, I'alatka and from Branch, Wailer and th'. Sutler and cheese. And so on. Corpening, I). E.: Knight.; J. C. served is also reported on pood! au'h.only Uuv,os Warfield. president!, dovetail .. I
who has ,
Underhill ,
extends L.
that 'the road now addition northern edge of Kingsley lake Half the people in the United Robinson. L. Wymun, K. M. John, ,| J. that the Gulf; Ri-fining Co with the, railroad' plans of thehioavvr
Lake City to Bunnell. In less the people of district three a* coun. I will move the location ef> their .station connected with tho
States are on farms-Perhaps II. B. Wiggins. Interest, rI
to this extension the association, (Continued on page 8.) ban that. To make us a sclf-sus- / ty commissioner fur the l punt twoI from Hampton to Starke in order West Coast Development company
with the representatives I announces his candidacy for to be in better position comfeto .
working I years to I West
nining ration therefore each far- andorchard'prodilct.s 011.1:1' Tho latter has announced n trI r' :
from the counties NEW CONTRACTING FIRM I I i other vegetables, apples 1 -ek'Uon! in this issue. Mr. Un. with tho three companies now
and feed his Coast Line following within three
'tier must raise enough to hay grains. butter t..S*
which the road passes, sue- ', I derb:!U ii a capable man: for the- located here. Confirmation of this I I
through C. 3 But | miles of the laot in general W.
the Messrs.! C. N. Cooper and nmily and some other family. cheese, eggs, cream, milk and a way
it placed in he seeks and deserves con- has not been scrured l frori "
having place
ceeded in State I Powell havo formed a partnership le raises more than that, because I whatever else his place yields to with HomoHiiisn a.s the main divi. \
list th6/ hands of the vot the a
sideration of the Gulf station nt
preferential at manager
second of and to make .don, center. ..
rather live- for the purpose contracting ,ic is engaged in farming town. lie sells, them to the eld. I
roads. This required a building. Mr. Cooper stated Tues noney, nnd ho must produce a sur- vator and to the general store. ers.J. Hampton. Tho hrunch from Port Rlcheyconnects I j ,
was '
skirmish, but A. Wa-sdin also announces !I' With the completion of state- I .
ly dny they would be in position t lus for general sale. They him cash and assume tho with the main line from
reasonably easy of accomplishment of the submit bids and handle the con Railroad> Carry ShippingThe responsibility pay of getting these pro.ducts' thin Issue for re-election as membr roads! 29 and 48. Starke will be the I St. Petersburg to Tampa at Tar>>>>n '.

after the great importance attention stniction work on any type o1' task of shipping he has dele- I I : mto the handa of the actual of tho school board District 6, stilt hub of a section extending from Junction midway, between Tampa.

road bad been brought to the the building desired. Both member ated to the railroads, and the taskf I I consumer. lag his determination to serve tn i Lake City to St. Augustine and< Pa4'atka Chores and Tampa. The St. Pcters-

of those__members of I I I I are experienced men in construction selling he has delegated to the best Interests of the people, as n and Jacksonville to Gaines I
and I I 8. has in tho past. yule.S I (Continued on page 8.)
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;I'-i? ii!! 8-8iJ88c.c.888!! .... '..'i7'i7Si'5i'i752.5i57'! 8CJo5 !S2.5 'i7.525'2.'>.! Kailroad in double t racking ilM entire "Mr. Amot tells me that you are 1
A line from Jmk 'onville to. M'inii. on leave

Bradford School Journal A $2,000,001)( ) \)( ) I btidire! IK l.ei.i. ;.-' NOne "Yes..Ha had taken off his service

/ High I thrown Herons the St. Johns. rni iiI !niloforgoC? t: cap 0 mj passed a hand rather wearily J :

t Jacksonville. 1'iii tis are formin" across his torohe. .J

I 'instruction of an oxtoiis "iOnm ii\ By RUB\ "11 beats. me he said after a moment .

( J Kl'(.KNK! : MAI IIIKWHlilllor j-.AVIMi SIMIMIMU.V. ,,\\ KN I.KII UNAllilillr Wll I I IM III, SI V\ Okei-thuhei |10 tin main i I hi"IUHI i "why fellows always make t

I .In I hUt ui-lnl$ I illliir MIKir JitlnI illliit outside of :Miami... The. :SeaImanl ; DEGIN HERE TODAY wus quite pale and now and then such a fuss. about leave" He laughed

; 1J 1- Air I Line last year tomplcti! '.1 1n driven from there wal a little catch In tier voice half shamefacedly. "It' makes mewonder

i- "J Mi 1 *:i I""i >'I if( s :Ni-ithiT ilo. I I. 10.,1, :!00-mile) l (extetiMion to West 1 1'111 i iI tiorn NAN by MARRABY an unsympnthatlo stepmother when she spoke If I ever did-before thin" .
61I' I llemh. It I rt-ic'iitly I ncqiiirod I a l't-I:!: goes to London and obinlnsrmploymont "I think lye seen you before I
I I. )hi' ami
| u 'iiilii I t h'.i.' to I oomponton' to 11111.Ly".r. He looked at Nan with a sort of
mile l I line I.. from, i its own 1 lin i a. Lyster snld. :
nl tIll' :{J running! elderly' woman She
.1 < I ; |I'I i.HKIIII. KM 111SIMM an Nan held her breath in an agony ot anxiety In his eyes. "llaa Arnott
J at I riant I City to .South I Urn a (Ii iiaiult I holds this poet until the death of "
later This told about me? he ejked. .
(;.I It \ lI.: :MSSI :: } on. the lower trulf. This! road 81.4" her mistress llnnlne two year of the Great hop sight of you
II* at the the unexpected hoc
"He told me that had
Io/ you been
I ast I" i'iiluy artiiiiiion, our ,rot iil 'is planninx, : 217 milos of new construction War ante some faint chord In his mind? wounded." she answered It
PETER: LYSTER neph"w and gently.
I tst., I l'u 1i".I"y| I I., k,. ion ll II pl".'Hi part of which will bo II heir to the fortune left by hi. But his Dost words coon dispelledher gave her a sort of comfort to be able 1

and $,". 'rill of UK \vrlil, in' xwnni lin.. conneitnitf! Miami! with Went maiden aunt I I. apprised of tho Illusion. to talk to him; for the moment pain

i.-.Afti. I that t wo hail,lunih an.i.II I Itlu'ii I'ulm Koach. The Atlantic Coast on death his when way to he the calls front to say He farewell rnoet "You come "Into the, hotel"I last was pushed out of sight, she tried to r
l- hi I refflment I night. I think. he said .In make the moat of these few
I hniiii'Vr lI Line is double-tracking its entire Nan and before joining poor moments
(nine I- lie. haS obtained her promt of marrtIJi.AN -. the reading room. .
I \ hll\,(' !.li.g'ttoI! l now. offucTH. fur I Il system from Wnshinttton to Jacksonville "Of course" said Nan She forceda shrugged him shoulders.
l- anti li tanking ether. extensions : ENDICOTT. whose husband "I had left Lyster
'1iib.Wo lI smile to her pale lips "
our < for France offer "The wound was nothing, he said.
I}! .. el ieo departing
in Florida. and-
I share their email London apart. my gloves hadn't I? you "I've often wished since that
con to this to
uri 'ii.ri'r pat I ha
: ) [):
Nan Here several' and friend were kind enough to
There are many other rllilrolldproj.tl ment with your finished me." Ha ).
*iir.I learn of rater's lmie .ul
1ccccc5sas55ss.J y month later Nan help me look for them
N?.... 'i7''i7 ; m under way or planned! Injury and after *lx weary week Lyster frowned. meeting her eyes .11 you
despise me for saying .
be I Tiinlurdin) nnyonw t\c.1I mo'how which will mean a great deal to ""UlKUT. JOHN ARNOTT. who tell "She was hardly my friend," he "
I FnnncT Not : 'No. said Nan her heart felt ful
01 funny us milking ;
;exI FIFTH ISK\DK; NKWS: a sto( .(> pipe I It rnmlo? Florida when they are completed. her that Peter I. again' Bound In said, rather shortly; his voice sound of tear. 'I believe feels-
work for liiryole.The body but that h* has lost hi. mem
n pxiiininnlliin a Activity in West Florida is bound
Tins in "
like that sometimes. she said aftera
.loo Kirrt you take n .ir, lont ory. Informed that peter U In
'pr. nil t tho |*iitilN| in t tin- fifth I grtI" dole; till'' ?) YOU wrapn Sllll1e tin to be stimulated by the St. Louis & 1-ondon Nan Instate on .seeing him. moment. "I know.I have-I mean,
eloFfl who nro wurkmK fir n lII'II"'III.r I ml Eighth Crude had two final San Fruncioco plan to build an extension He fall to recognlie her. I have felt that I didn't want to goon
I III roil it. Nan returns to Joan only to be
mnvemoiit writing pin. This exm'nntion exaniK, thm. ......k. I History and airri- into IVnsncola. The! Oeor- asked to leave In order to make lving. that there I nothing to-

in Klven by the teuilurof I I I JIf"th'rJuhnnlt., Ih'rl''r... two culture !Several were t'1'lIIpt"I.lIurrRhl gin and Florida Railway is buil.linir room for Joan' husband' homeward live ," She laughd. to cover
bound on five day. I leave Nan I I. the tragedy of her Lyster
thin. room, th|> drill nr<> thoasent iIPll"'11 In tin, ruphnnri,! Now thereIn ) for the one who do not an extension to Greenwooil S. brooding over a fate whIch has watching her gravely vle.; a little puzzled-w

is' to NiwOEk City and arc but one. Can you c-iplnm ItT have to stand finals oh, how wo all C.. which will open up a new line id-anted her nothing. Joan but her mejnorle husband and led look In his eyes

M Rrmleil by !Mr. .\. N. I'lilmrr hllll'l I winh we eoi.ld be I'xl'mpt.-whul of. direct travel into Florida nndpluns "I gril have thought you
..lt.tnnjt.It mother '
wn ilark. ,
tSI ...If. k't'pH| mi 8t of us from it ? Demerits also are being formulated t.. would ever have felt like that" he

fare If tlu work in well ilnne ami ....- ,I I ninl 1 ( Hilv .nnw one.I.enter I, of l'Ollrlll'. extend.! this road's Florida !terminus o Often they had talked of the future sid presently. "You look S gay"and

serve* n r"\Vllnl.! :Mr. I'nlmcr will i, PricePut you Rd nil We hud his shoulder to the end of the
home from
'I ...nil) !>,It' I nf lim. nrnt l'itl tIl'T Pint" thone.. qui-Ntioim in that tent Fmory I Haien; and! I Ut-mie. CvUon Tampa on the Gulf. France.when and now m.n all came Nan' di,'earns shop, where Arnott was. still laugh

to tutu) pupil I I'vcryoiio in the lien-Yen, it W11" I thi nniwers I from, Krooker.TIIKSIIMKN. .. Though there has been more new hex been shattered and she was left ing with the girl at the counter
diei Itrmle! i b working f.r .wuih n tewnril.Thi IIII.HI..I. -- railroad conntruition in Florida in alone In on unsympathetic world "What Is Arnot doing?" he asked

eib : : :: the Inst. year than anywhere else in where even her one friend had failed with a Impatience In his,

(mater" made \I.y lVii fifth nr.iim: CR\I; >K :NKWSMios ; !' Ancther' nor I h lui.s passed: ninlatrain I the United States anti, more mileairo her.She I' voice

.-o.* iriiiilo I to l lot? sent t 0 I ho PlurldiiHealth l I 1I..I'n, Merrill: how .dn you( i I we sineeedeil in rom-lnntf i the has been 1".tll"Ililli..h.,1\ anti put the little bundle of letters I Nan rose. at once: she choked down

fatl I I A-inoi-uitiim. wnn finii.i| mnke) n ,utove pipe ? toll of our kite which we u ist'tl) for plnioi! i in operation, t the volume of returned to her by Arnott, away In I the suffocating feeling that rose In

Tiiurmliv. ItVII.. n )pretty frutbnskit :Merrill --Firot you t take n hilt our nlirebra roll. Those that reneh. business, offered the roads has increased a diawer and l locked them. there I her throat. She went over to where.

filled I with nil I I the t tempting I hong Inilo. nml tlie'l wrap onie tin'' ,..1 the top were LiwreneoViruiin( ; even faster than additions, ugKesteJ She tried that to forget uho should that Arnott go down had L&9tI Arnott that Peter stood wa, she weary felt In lot some her. way and

fruit fount) In our ""'")' l-'lorld I rot-nil it. and Kxeiett t I Hewitt. Second, |plate' ) to railroad i facilities, with the result to his sister, but the thought kept even while the knowledge hur she

.\nil IiI, for its I title "'lit I lleiil'.hUiml. t I I wiis fillel I by Toledo Ct.imoy nii.l that freight congestion In Flor. coming to her mind again and attain. knew that she would be wl..r end

? ." :l1..tht'r--JIII". where nro you : third )pla.'o(. by Rufus 1'rescott. Ida has bet'omo n serious, problem, Why should n.t elie goVhat the little teteatete She spoke to.

Wo hope that our pouter will going | We ale sorry to say that our MHI k i ntr necessar. nt times' embargoes harm would she be doing to anybody Arnott quietly

win one of tli, prlres.. .TnineR-To (fop! Rome water.Mother : on everything but perishable ? I I1 "Are >ou coming: to have your
i I In vnur ii i gut h' ? I j III'WllpnpI'r"orl..r.. Win. Pimenn foods.Theie. At least If she went she would see I coffee7 Peter-Mr LvsterIs 'wondeundi .

j I.n.lv, t to little liov-Son ,In "your JameM :No: I In; Ih,' ,pitiherSnl.'Kin has. beeniry ill. but we are Rind ha1 been Peter every day" Site would hear his what you are doing."
a correspondingaititity 4-lie waited before
. I to leport he Is rvmnlescing rnpidy. ( voice and speak to him. whereas if for Arnott she
nurse. ( 'r11lnn. Putin or Scotch ? : ) nmonir the steamship lines she stayed( away- went back to where Peter eat; .
llov- Well. 1 think jibe U broken :: \n-\Vnul.I you I liko to serving the Florida (const nil of devoted herself to Arnott for the rest
English.Mi hllI I thin bieytle ? I i We hll\'" I been ",'r"inlf1.w"l'tI\ which have Joan came to the door of the time
\ "
vastly increased
"1'iirinerNept'" I would! rather t I" bin an 1 vi l.itirur I him frequently tutu :-on, are you going out? "I'
. i are planning to still further In. Nan looked round"I m trying to persuade Lyster to
.. Spriin.'S--l'>o you noeilonut have aiIlt'i'flhi1Ii'h'Oii fow. \\'e nio glad': <' to l.n\e a new pupil crease their regular sailings/ from will If you want me to She com down Into the country with me-

shoosTMr. I would look funny in o'ir class. Alph Il.iien of Irook-! :New York. Philadelphia and Baltimore. glanced towards the window She for a week. Arnotd suddenly.

', nrkllNo.. rldinir i a i tow( instoml I of n bi k'yel.o': 'I ,'r. Just recently one nf th.. fu.t. had realized that the sun wna shinIng "London's all very but we've
''' got to remember that we're both
I est and finest "I thought perhaps you would /.f
: steamships in the more or less crocks for the present
hat Joan said _
the spring: and summer months and coastwise. trade vvas brought/ from eo"It and was get promised my new for today, and I /ISp- ,, 5to The noise outside the Grosvenor last

FLORIDA NO LONGER PLAY- attend to their )Florida crops in the the Pacific by the Admiral Line t.> should so love to have It Tim might night was maddening 1 hardly slept

full and winter when they woul\ I maintain a regularhour( service come sooner than he says you a wink. Now down in the country
. be practically idl,. if they sta-tod at 1"1.n'W:: York and Miami. know. Things are always to uncertain whole my sister lives-
"I I /
GROUND OF THE "IDLE home. And it is ineutable that this Throe 91,2oO,000 ships are being In the army." "tin At'lwl/old you about/ Peter struck In ratherIrritably.

RICH"I movement to )Florida farm lands, built for the :Merthnnts A: :Minors The tone of her voice was unconscious \File? (Ilked'dCI'. "Your sister probably. would/ not
thank for
I but It sent the angry blood to you tol..lnr two more or
either for winter cultivation alone Company nnd will Nan'a cheeks She turned away to ed as if he were unno>ed '1 only less sick men he said

or for operation in both winter and be put in the Florida service' from keep herself. from answering angrily met her casually In Die hotel: I I "Oh, that's because you don't

Modern Crnliilitv Sen Snore-is InNoble :I t lion. One might) ns well I be dead, of .summer will continue until n very Philadelphia* and Baltimore as "I'll go It you like." she. said "Put know Nan her father her slightly face know Doris. Nothing's too mucb
I substantial. portion of the soon as they are completed. The won't you come too? It's such turned away to hidethe trouble for her; she'd have the
I" is
; ; Kffort: of Ponce clr.q', in out tot I under Cljde Line is It would do of the llrltish to In
cultivation. Increasing its Flor lovey ; you army sleep
tie l.tUPfll'here'tt \\ Ilh"UI pi",' if Fliiriiln mornlnl goo her .
n ii real os1 eyes
1 Tile ida fleet to ten ships.. Other lines to go house If she could He looked at
I t til to li wotsu'' thiiu death.I At least, 'I question naturally niises running/ from But Joan would not, she had a "Lt'a go and get aetna coffee." Nan and smiled. "Peter's a disagreeable
the new Klorulii oxtlaunoi.1 I hut is t tilt i here, ('oulil! Florfla find! Boston New York. srtuck in he was enxlous "
impression tmo! curriesmviiy a market : .rat deal to see to. she said with a Arnol ; to I old beggar, he said chearlly.
n inun in Miitml I "recently.llu even toilny from priuticiillyevery for such u vastly increased produc Baltimore and touch of Importance keep Nan and Peter together as longas r "Seems to have got It up against wo

I I pointi) ti> 11 h iit' t trui'k liulonvlth club in to\vn. Though at tion as this presnires, ?" She could everything add to their facilities Nan put on her hat, she was really possible "There's a Fuller quite men for some reason o anolher' He .

refined mii'iir, It \MI lominif nullniccestmo. vtiigo of The area of the stat* of Florida with th."t Coast of Florida one glad to b* going alone; she did not chose-what do you say. Peter?" spoke without thinking neat
tlio boom
from tlu> Kvi'igl.iiK's: I 12 niili'8 wontof skeptical, onlookers hiv, I nearly' equals\ that of all New Tampa and other West Const points feel as If she could be very patient "An)thing you like-" moment he would have cut ol his

%t Miami t iiinl. it win t hemled,. foe thotity liing fines pulled land. )Her Population Rut listed as ports of call. with .Joan: she walked down the road Nan walked back between the two right hand to taPe Track caret
and smd! of l-'lornla \111.1 1th'M today' i is only quickly men. She felt If the trod on air. lessly spoken. wo for Peter said,
tlotkii \\ lure .stnuning i nt their I that they ruulJ! not hist t. I that (one. seventh that of :N'ew F.nJrI.i. In any serious discussion of land Nan felt very lonely! amongst. all She Aired not a look at Peter She p sharply.

hawsers, wcri- gaunt ships of tho I the bubble must shortly burst no ".\.'ti "o, Flon.ln annually Import" values in Florida. "however it must the crowds; so many girls had men kept up a running flee small talk "\1. I've no KIKU ivimon to cure

1 sea wiuting with.awning hiitihe olio a|>|>ears to h.iv: it he'ird; these I over 00,000.000 I ( ( ) worth ..f foods. be admitted that in a great many In uniform with them-Nan coud: with Arot She forcet G herself to I for He I looked at Nazi half

niiil! ninplp huMx for tho' products i of line i "1'.11111'11"t len.t, the bub-;i: m.8t. ofhkh cnn be produced instances' unbounded enthusiasm. mot bear to look at them-sne went laugh appear merry. and I apologetically

1Iotr..lt\ Mill t It. that i" only Just l b... I I bio Inn not burst :Nor: dues t within her own boundaries. That rather than .sound judgment ha- on quickly the thought- went through Arnot'omnd Non'8 crooked smile twisted her
ginning In the ccotiomK* sense at j give what the home M ttrjt'd value to A man coming out ef a shop almost again how wonderful was lips for moment, and vanished like-
I iiiiluntions levels
least to .lir Itself.r I niiv ) of bursting i There maiket amounts to have basis which ran Into her: he pulled up shortwith When they eat to the nhnn h* a tate: ghost
no -
I tire more people in Florida. t todivth.in today; and) nt the present rate of mal in their current nor a laughing ecology then broke went off to aeeWhl sort of cakes
.>i I the tln.i wln-ii Florida. W.IKmerely t : ever bt'foitnt t this season o* growth her permanent ;pooulatioi,* earning capacity. They may !V off with en exclamation of delight there were. entered into a totally rote

II pluigroiind' for t the idle.\ or I| the.vonr. It i is. pt-tftvtly apparent will be double I III fue vear.. .n\! justified on the basis of what i. t. "Mo Mirra:v-" unn..c."ary o.um..nl with the girl "I m going to buy some Iw.et for

ti-mpor.iry idle ,lii'i.' i is paining. .\1 I :, that t tlu> winter season of I'.t'Jo-U-J:!; :! IS'30\ dhC will have. al-o, an nftJ'- come when FIorid! ', whole arr It was John Arnott. and a Uttlt behind the swfiti count*'. so stc I Joan sin- S4iid "You stay

tit its att'tid "'o *,... the' lioM lian.l will l b. tho greatest season Florida tional population in the cultural ami economic re< 'ur,'.. tineS ht W Peter L>'str give Nan and Peter few moments I Itogether there Mi wont over to the counter
of < ,ntcniip, grappling with I n I hu.. of "'Int..rmonth" have "been put m harness. 'o we .bo.d.: run across 0111 Just us an "Xc\ e to get away .
ever :2,500.000 .
ter-j "IH'ri"'It.t'.I1I1I11 The
at the "people Final- .& excaJn Arnott said. tr>tnr Nan knew .thai he had dune on I frol Pet a eyes. She could not rid :
t iitxr.v' mh biond lucnsuro ill n:>- I! old! wheeso goes, "ot-ee they get I v. and most important! of all. as w,. of may even! be justified on tv ta t to speak cxtua r; he lu J out his and haidly knew if she I hat her.elf of.the thought that all the

(tiiil! re-ioiiiii-i thut are only just Florida' sand in t Iht'1h....,., thevaiv mentioned preMously Florida! fruits current rentals which are huw- band to Nan. and took her In a purpse. for It or love l 1.", Sl" tine Peter must. know-that behind1

miminc .reioKiiition, u.-ul hn\e us v.'thern converted"\ No'! ('..rtlllfl"t and vecetables come oh the market ever at gold russ levels' aid a-v warn friend: grasp He hesitated.gli.c.sj locked at Peter with cyta thol h.d I those troubled eves of his he knew

hurilly\ mole" than ncmtfhnl. i ciimu-t be said that the end phert demand i is keenest and rot to .be courted on. Betn-w te) : at Peter but Lyster was their feelings bravely)' II. was leanIn that this was Nan. the woman whom .
I is insight competition end of k> from one to the other rbTlcuXy back In he had adored and thut he I
the his chair crltlclz
Jg end now with I I was -
presert nisi
l'hi iloo.. n. re'1- factors to the head and. expecting to b h'lrouee the sunlight falling full on his face I her and .despising her 1-eoause
t''e (
M-ritt of thi .\inoricHn oontuu'iit Olo'II1Z"Ihllt: \ "a great deal\ would seem to settle the begrv:!'f -.f .
i* more than' the actual asd *!el tfie barwt pui. through the window with its of r she was able to play the game of
tttly' Iln )I.,.)& n I Kucri.i' than itt |I fl winter 1'alnrr'ul\.I! an clc\iitsl question\ of a market for any, substantial great realization of Honda uofj AOf pH"tt colored glass beads. she hhnl. for pretense so well

'\er \> 11$. It i I" mo "o. W hero Coney bland is involved\. increase in Florida' agricultural potential: ,r, thf're is s.r.lIIt' Ly ter-Miss tl ftrst time that he had altered tre When she was out of earshot Peter
not. DO loiiir HO the Kast: Cont: : What production.Yrt "(\ a day cf rfliofure which th.: ) a.rrahi.- H* did mo dare to look DiendouslyShe luoked at his fend
| is it. thon. that i is<< behind'this unwary are 1 kv! e.1 bat fee need not have feared I ""'ho "
Km..t.-it of 1'.1111 Horn-h to f.rA! fear: -. :BI. : knew that her eyes were meltIne la she? he asked 1'llh faint
IIlhl Miami! 1 boom that will no account hat been taken in _** first natural
, not downT\ Fun Uke. 4 l.a. blenching she into tenderness, she into I Interest ,
-. I in u le", irAny, tojay-- this ,'
too--,.t boHU'.n of ", (treat natural' resources chiefly development! of the! state of Florida fe'-W .es.iea of ttC.-m: .: J

tt-autiful city renohltiK fr*.>m St. '! noulturat.! Th. e limitless.ag which. is .sure to iro hand In haM and of earire. piwee.<<: r.arn.arly I I --_ H
are -
AUg'UitITt. to KeyW, thrvude t '. IVactically anything and with the .ansiien i": acriciilturalactivities. as to bu*:ts'. )trfr: .j ic t;< rrrr .*!df. to keep capiu liquidin Do

Fy %t.-l\ct h.gh,1' Miami'Palm i thtiirhti.. .. fnn "be r"'nllthin every. The surest mean sfforvseeir.8 of !>!:a-.u. F:. G Mtifxiti: :: when Ur*' tor.r. Ol'd..nn. fiL chat th Running"7fr i

:; "an.1 I5ooh hu1'.1 i north the state 'f Florida the what will ha.pen] in \d'l1r-aJ Lu"p.: rlx i 4 ..JLrt..a: :. 'ase .a ba &ne. requires

iitul "south r<* .stfu'.ly.: until thv except Flonia look azc i iragrEs.: A cWr :B. r.i>7 toil year to car on than
!p > :I northern grains. Its soil it ru-h i lo Ka Th result > accumuat
jrT.triy : an -
ha nut, Sot a foot of \y"tt"f'l, and fertile 1 beyond measure and what ha been g-oirf: .on Tn ofr .w *:f : ,erT.c.Xe. '0

ftnt! P<'te.Mi th*.e two '''Ut t "v- climate i is such that abundart it* parts of Uv country the :last decale : ., Yrk a4 )( ax: Sou ,'ma: =._ it !!u e credit that, i simp-

sttrtg but invrt* 4'oetl ..'ftttl ".K"' po4i.be., many of them coming cropsar where" the bulk of t>t cvttcnis :s-1-t rf ):4 2.. n r 'r ""."!.:- 7 .arr-* "" >i.juch.. ?- k

fold in pnc<)--.an aw *tc ree.rts-nt, 't'ht: 5 ... r.I.r17 a cond.uon leads ( _

) to $\.:-'11Ii< front foot And I when demand i is the keenest year a nd dustry is m<'Tlnr from New Ec**> > *!&: ....* tf: i f 1r:. .... '-ii.e''''' :I: :\t:1 prteP inf.afton-in-,

north t'( Palm !Utah I'ra'u'alyth. : .'5vtt4on' from other parts of !land to th s*' states to t* rearer cf "'j.am) t'tiEk: ;q'i- .7 rj.in. .\ ftc:. all through the

.. ""ltnJI*t"''>.v ..f M. Auiiu- th* l.nil..iAt..* and of the vv<..r'd: the source of their ra.w mat.rl I a! .s ..... x7 .d M' L5.ie a rtr--tr:': .' -.Ir..ml jtruetjr, *. This rear itt

tine 1'IIIII" !." tv-r> of .nh r-t-J :at Its I"'l''t. Toddy its arnoultuml Ixwk at th< trer-J i a> tl>.e ma.I iu- ;", hK<': .f 'L.it 1"1'!! \.tIlU'.tT'!: I ion r.tlni of the tort Econm.trj -

\alvie i* to 1 b" toiU factar.R .xort.tart 4ta.rrrs ,f 1,10'1: jir-1)- :, laflatioaiata" are
: ->ijction tnclades\ sucn and !Ntt..r U=.=I if 1. -'ol .
All of -hdi" ... .. ery f tv toM -mte..n'r ii vie ,tt.il: 'uulinar iot why But ,inflaurm .
ivhuh is !proff enouch. lKtthough \ tent as fruits IIUC.$. vrk-etM .a, fr-jn N* Er..l.and:
Pond. ft"J: and! toward the: >t .4J!. 'Wwt '' ;.1 ": u.... f'rt otn'V'1 tii oe'L it a o.:1 neiou9 sort has cer- __
Je l....s>.*\er'iFlorida crv'p pork bacon. bt'.. "..A'. > *n .
in a n>jrv-h for th! ,. t.in 01 i a'l: r-t.>r. lamb .dairy\ and pt'ultryrri.kt1. th* I It .ro.. are iir. !ref!!' ta. r"rtlLoci wkitk llto i>tl t* .--! rmn .itTiu .1.[l.a.87 ec'rrtitf. on the New yni.

men .lo.inf. it nnjuirvd! the cr,I\lI..<\ wov>l and honey. But her a: t>* t'Alr, < :oizrtnv .>fOaliforraia y-rt.tab'* !tsil.e. .Tu'nn' ....! ittvs Eohaaze 'WbetC! the hug. \

of the modern *>t'ptstkdt. t>< \11'31!:,- :< :fc. rnificart consideration, Thopresent ....hid.aT": crr; -rpractically fir, cta.c-.it.t. -.tun .** !!'*". 5- if dCa.t'1l4Te! tna ctors >-antfirujrv

"mlmit that h* had ti.ov\ri>i tr-- value of this agriculturalprdcu ) ; ir th. frart flit>: hOuVLt: a.at. tf "1.tl7 .s i lo o.ti bank ;on. on

land of perpetualouth. A-d .;t on is $1t1l\.IIllt.ll\ltl> i a vearvl 'ee to hat a.:1"tI'a.t: t' -&ret .aFlorida. h.t* ,",.n\D. 1.1>M \( tJa.. '(I. .i .&nl' cttl'ral) direct!> I I

Florida certainly) i-onw< a i. o:o** t.> 1 I. .\- ret more than on '."*venth <.i S.Um't Lxe i terc-.t )lookoer 1C't"t't ar.} ,( It* mi>. 'U eJTEM tv* t fln.l; and :truVffMinu tIty

u.h fi bulou. ''', VJorxU's .. .lacrei h'-I thoassnd strut. lut a.. M." aiev1ta16.eta.rd t a practical c.rta:ntya
FIng : a > (ami a* An\ tillable land i I" u".I'r11, \r :: : CHICAGO "Cheat tb. .
tonur contmuej of Illlnot,
*pot ''",,\\ n. One of th. mcxt. :m. t.vatton. Moreover. the diversitv i of E..r-.ca.H". ; < dlsfrlit
.. fl..vid.a sub-tivuions is bJ F.m fiilr .
1'1't'.Mse III ht" that fir.t vatvhot1the I I of this! production" can tv .and I.rr i I. ;i: nnd planted it inthey .. -ar ... r.. -i.a-U.s4'e. rvssi'tsta 5d. flf What would Wat Do Runathgr sands of fimiirrn. a. 8..1 by thou

a""nth.tat the observant M*:. Sein added to constantly\ \lreadv ship it out of the ,t&t. ix !S* t tt.ede i.n-t a l OO"T sarr-# j rl nt tKe> sam UI. new battle err of the extension an llltiHtrniliiii from Tinilrawlot t
i i. tho unimtal! ntnnWr 'I irrouiul into and wfowi :.t toW Iaa&s I.' 1 s.tt.aa f.rus.t 1 1c h APCt in Ute event nt a dl'a"tl worker of the agricultural: t I INKIIIMI. a recent fre
.lor of ..tmaInjrly *'Hrars becoming Itll miportrt'ii, su rr \ bul.11 by Prof. Uliniaao'i
or ti.. t..1Uf .1 .... nanar ia the mv "> market or :t tag department of the state. ,
Thev do i not. *.' c ; ri.ii o at
well v..r..r..1 l elder', pAnt '- :TI .X great sutrur central! and They n*< *T sae'u.1i4'a bust rlnlnl the I nhernlly
off general
'1'1.. t>.!ann* out ttus iac. itha r Xu.:.:.&> b'cit vstubluhvd in ;t j I ship it out of their 'I'.I"t"T. Eat: ..4rjtTSB! .aiw a nrevta : uttdn faUinff not in! tc of Sfrtcolrar In a nation-wide drive 1ln"l.: .I a.'risof" C""*""
bevn .II\IUlt.,1 ba*, v'i. .*i.>.t tra-t >.f draS! .. IO-VTTS fir eh*. j nactivity. No is lcubt pleasant, aj in such onterl.ate. luDc to Install I;Raaearcap wwter fa tb...r every coonty. 1 11 line's H
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Northern iiH'iol'S..; dUd ..%tntudtAat ttJ\J thousands of acres planted to I great tu ;ai; (.viiUAl *A-i iI. ..ft ii...w.tr*** 4i** !iai ..taatC' b th. nJJ3 would swing ,rrtm to-e fc. V."-aii AMI Ittoa I "n.h ....i I. beef t.
and v\k.a! : they ..hln ont I N the rusI ef TV.-rf* nZza tJ :Intlt wiiJaukt "a r In..I..1 rUn' | rw : : '
: .;UI.ru: toll..in..u P' ,.r civ v. .hI..1alr..n.lv i ill pro->> b in :h* ,ipposit dftionFo'r : et Latin Eijnlrment Ms*'fi' >- i-s'i nf l 1'ii.f, Frntik, It(If

1k V. j. tn \ar tot t1'...r I fbuint > .' d.icitifr Tcav...o ..ott cotton grow -1 1"m I hed \prodiut. hot unar tt'!
*< u .*fulne..< bA .:>.... r.-'cof ;: I'I't'n haw .....pet'I..1) a trvineuduusstifnuloa ..-' oven rwvsiiirnr, This, is but tltit! ::?* IIov. 12.\I't! n' to. HI.i 1:1.: ....... the moment 1'w..I'. ITome* Cqnference here a jrlenHitnOeeclneer s'nn,1tiid, ",-IMI"'I.? .h"tl' i ,- i (,lgin. .* th e-
I N ..f bait to bo t.xti J.nc.! tk. it thtsrh 1:Uk! 's ull* for the nasn t. and ti fr-* from ... .. >
\>\ their w rtor* i- .c. \ .n -" las: fewrars... The ,, "er-riiuner i\ i is 'xpe ; :Tpa-j: ; n : ..cta" .".1"' s, Pt ,iriiilt' rams
a %'dIIfly ditttnkinq .'a,e .. m..t.1. i .'f one tobaoeo', 'I >.t"uithout %Florida in not ..n.'on.*noc !u net u> H found! drastic change for the worse busAnd. neither ill sevtton cf ae t' '' "' os .I l 1 i'. I" I "ill 't pi" -iiiit. sTten-s>
... de ades ;within Fk-T-'A. bin aMid of it. U fWd.nent money nr \- the rrI-L I, al 1' ii,,tO on( I I i ,
$ IUtot! a ,'tmMtit' .'i. planter whv :Jt vear.' made $>0.tHV .. ; many more > i ,' nt. o ", I In I 1'1 i i < < in*
( frwm Such volutionarN d ha* to do with the bajic oMfcirtin: I n.e. C"lluol1" m" n\n :' fl. tell 'lit 111.. I I' 1 Kl\- i *r
JtN"'U' l-.bn..t' to mrn < "> :i'sj a forty-acre trai of land.; 'veloiunent ultimateau.s: ,nFlnri.'a. Ta th. ttThattsttor. -n I 1 Ii,. oltiibat
&pt! >nnkmiT! the '*.p..r\-i--" .':*.>.. of a truck' t5*rdner who mail** however do anti I raIi''I ra overmirht. .if the morwy mju'ki't anSI with (es.t'nti !as. to"'th t.. s.tuff .ctrtanly! a t.t -nt -.D. tPi c. I tinli.'iiu, ... M'I' tn i'ut vritt-r 1_

r '! ,'..urot-. m the w' .rlj anvl! -u, i" .&.\lOl' from tea acre of land: and tf they did the -llitie4" business throughout the country Cotton State Rgtit'W.

.,. .hllltr ".uf IU 40ft" ":-\,>A" .-,'". ,uiff .*J..1'J' tfrowifrs in the San- t.... tiikinn car .,f muh u .b. luv* as a whole. I t.ry"T. -. .

.. '. frI d'Strwtn! who sold\ $1- of Uktivitv vvouUI b.> l.ukinu Evvn: First of all. busineal itself .tery. .
"h ami" Oaptian J. n ?nih : Bninsoi rromincnt citizens m : hn : Walter Tr.-> y and t>u hneir --- I'roun
d. '.. ,>-.It',1I.orth of t..ir Ui thinits. thut have aDeady taken where hi th. United State has t* ndistutly 1 is being
.: ; "**fll bat "'N ut -rtv> products i here hare pledged the Soa- V Owrt- charinJ \'i,1 ktIE.rg up mRI. ,'1 I the i Initallutu-n I ; nrvl '.'-: I hiv ound, mIi.lt eitsentinli. pro rrou-- *.* hll" thofarmer ;rbnJ >
' 'YRI' jplac* e Lute railway right of and ru.he Nn.of Colrman, "h'", stornirv with
1- >rnf te"t a....c.: but tht' '' is such .*4p rie"n* as the."*. f.*r In t.i net'. as t lr"nm.i.rtatlon faeIlit rrospered* At the "anwttnta ar1 thi (city bo- r'eb. . given a yrebntinauybearing of > tlll I capacity

d1 ne, ..'u1.iIt.t.. in all ja..tic't!. *.. which, ure by no moan ei.iptional, I I i >,-. uttt.ely unablv (o cop with thVtC haa never in all historyre way that thi* city I on i the hero before JjJ.ft J. :\1.j J 7..111) with "hlhI supply.. .
\i b fa
". ,it f"r the !orf talnl and! ap- that ate attractin-jf rthern f tti m.e thx .situi'tlon.. !Ihut the railroadsi .o mtK-h nwn''y in the country 1 1..1 Coleman IVrry because Kady anl 1 hW for the grand J*>ry. [ UI.hl1, Tbe tank adequate\will
.. n* tron be 12$ feet
.. the Horhla n\akin herculean ef. as there is today. And because I
r-.tty .titt' ,, 'w lIII' Flornl.arv .' to fertile Flon.U rlama\ I i, ale > of rich agricultural sec Owne p'.eadin-f: icu.lt ant Tracey hich "1\.1 will ..
.. ruufltl' ear \ Mf\ < the.e farmers ar- ableto f.-rt to catih UI!. with the march "f 't' ct.h current prctk.'f pl..cini tt. hU und bond ( uplit>d from4iXfi a
.m ) t11 a > arSxxim 1 )u it i IS the clt..r. was *r of $.:.(\ '. j .ot well\ !h v
: fr whi\-n! t *.
t ,S I w* the talk vf tle va. i ,%(e tur) : !mrthrnfar! '- in ,pr. trft. Tb Florid* East: l\ *-t -.null enters iu ntly.: t"n pump

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FRIDAY \PRIL 2. 192fi. ', ..

--- the last carload of shipped, fro'n I, cry growers of the Sanford d1stelct !r :Moore IInvon--I.nriro I d
the Ttronksxille Citrus, Exchange, \ ; in little over week. necording 'vegetables being made from I ; Y
I I Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs brorirht $1 a a box it was nnnounid *- to estimates, pr'nrct! hy R. L."uthai 'I point. ( : 0\ q
I t l Iid111.C'ordiL: t tn.. icmrcU, .ifI ; .. It'lh'uhlllnl' 01..111111.' ..' ,| I'ulin 'itChnlllb"( of I'". ., ,) : i !: : ,.. \
__ I I"o "locnl') "Xchango, thi 'it- the' luirliprin \ .r 1 t'.iv:. 1t'.l'nn""t.' ", in IOMHIIU .u, .Ii i iniTtv ,nrgrnnlseil. Il'
< : ,. paid for taiiun" acv ''II .itli n loin! hall! ]Fi]mmJnrili" .; I I Imiu's City- SUtt.711!) win Hi '
10 t.i. :larch IT, ,it rl \lI,1 tint, ,. fur'T r av
m.iil.v w.ih
r Live State years.OcalaThree \ :, 1>\\1'1lIn :' i Permits i'': ui'J in i
News : 9
.>:33 cats t went't'orwnrd! with the al' v
i buildings of the price average five" I :around\ $3: .:"iOpor 1'a1lplTamp" Street '
Fi'i'cndon Academy negro institution crate I widened to GO feet i f

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES eight miles north of here, were '' . . llatinirs-Four milts< ,-
,destroyed by the fir shortly after
I 1 oVlock this morning. The loss rl.Cmm.WEJ.liL; : \' IN- will Inpnvcil(; chamber of || ? :j / :: ; ; : | ,
ousruiAi ,UKVIKW coerce favors $2J.:>,000 school ;; : '! f.
--- was estimated at $10,000, $liOO!\ of ; : J
-- which was! government money in . issue' '! ;) < t) :: : "
DeLnnd Dr. David Griffith, vided into 2,000 shares of preferod I one of the branch post, office located Dado City-Funds raising! : for St. AuffiiHtino--.rii'lit: new \ "
bulb expert of the United States lock at 8 per cent and 2,000 shares \ in one of the razed buildings.No erection( of new hoti'l. to bo built in Sanl.i Rosa t .
department of agriculture at Wash of common stock with no par value. :.; one was injured. Enu C'iallic-I"'hruary building ion. }
DeLand after i I '
ington left a surveyof permits totaled $ 1.0no. increase of \\'inter Huven-.Fi-bnuirv\ ( ,
the bulb growing industry in BrooksviIIe Hcrnado County Sanford-A total of .rpproximat.ely 40 per cent over sumo month of II ing permit. unoutted to $1:!:t .: 2 \
Florida. choice grades of tangerines/: from $300,000;; was realized by eel- 1925. St. Auicustine-Hull asked 1"
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of street ------ --- --------- --- ---- --
Sebring-A program ; _" .

improvements involving widening -. = __' -- .lit t
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and reconstructing thoroughfares : __ ._ __
was given the city council With day bringing the hot, sum- "
every sunny i .
by city engineers and the chamberof I I
commerce. iier days closer, the woman of fOrl'slKht-thd
woman with the ability to prepare for a conditiofi ,

Winter. Haven-"Despite the fact before it arrives-is carefully treating her New EASTER Lids 1 l
that the plant! were repeatedlyfrosted skin to make it Immune to the summer discomforts '."l

growers of Cavendish bananas the careless woman knows during the hot t As Low As $2.00 ""W
may be cheered to learn Lh'it months because she makes no effort to prevent ;JI
most plantations will bear a satisfactory them.
crop." I We have a complete selection of fine quality, Peek Realty C'!I
well known preparations that are a wonderful

Fort Myers-Lee county will aid to beauty. There is no reason why the care You'll\ find nil\ the new spring styles in r
vote on a $983,000 bond issue April I ful woman cannot have a skin as smooth and
13, for improvement of the school fair In the summer as in the winter. Creams REAL ESTATE nil\ tho new spring colors waiting for you '

system, in four districts. The Fort and lotions, applied regularly, will do much here The Y're all\ aces men, but it won'tcost t '

Bonita Myers, Alva Spring, Olga districts Estero-Iona will sharein and I to prevent sunburn-which is infinitely more UNIMPROVED FARM LANDS anything to look at them. Of course

the issue, if it carries. to be desired than trying to remove the sun- we also carry our regular conservative i
burn. Powder that is fine, soft and adherent line of hats and! cap S )
Palatka-Jim Williams, negro, and rouge that can be so artistically applied as f..
charged with stabbing his wife to h
to be undectectable even under the bright rays Farms and Timber Lands Residences
-death, today was found guilty and. Improved Turpentine in Starke Building i,
of the sun, are beauty aids that every wom..n"hould
sentenced by Judge A. V Long in
-Putnam circuit court to be electro. carefully consider.Mitchell's Lots for Homes and Business, Lake Kingsley Waterfront Lots. J. M. Alvarez .

The Store Where Quality Roles '
Sarasota-The city of Sarasotanow

claims a population of 15,000 ___. __ _,_, ..._._._ _,_,_ _._......_._._ ____ _._ _ _....._._.-.u _,_,_ u,_._.___.._._._._ ._._._.__...... ..... T' "-- T. .
for all its new territory recently I ,
taken in, basing its statement on '
the estimate of Polk's directory ,I I GOOD GROCERIES I :

for January, 1926, says an announcement Just ArrivedTwins Investment well +
issued by the Sarasota If your appetite seems to be deserting as t 1

chamber of commerce. you, try a change in your grocery store. Easter Hats r .r

Lakl'land-Strawberry- shipments ;,1 Bird's Twin Shingles You will like the quality of groceries as a Home S. 1

from Lakeland during the last seven Green and Red and vegetables from I
days have reached eight carload, approximately 50- 1 AlsoShingle 20 acres near town and right on improved -
100 quarts, according to the reportof I Uesign OVERSTREETSWestern I t road, house and implements could not A wonderful select! m at Specially; Low

Manager L. V. I.ewellyn of the And be replaced' l for price asked. It i is a case I Prices.Most > ?
Lakeland -----'--'---?-'---
municipal buyers plat- alluring\ I is tin variety of :!
Plain RoofingCar of "have to sell. This farm is practically chhey J
I : presented and I beyond I question .
Pompano-The_shipment from I i in StockPhone I Meats !I all tillable, and fenced. Price $1,500. I are! the! fil1(' valti"s in millinery w.3 t

here of two cars of J 1920/ poppers [ .- r Terms can be arranged. !have ever offered.! For all\ occasions> unJ

and n number of crates of bean ) r If you want real juicy steaks or chops, t in all the fashionable shades.Marguerite's r
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has formally heralded the opening: | I
Phone 121. We specialize in the best
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of tie: vegetable season. Much
truck i is also being shipped to I I 3 meats money can buy, and sold to. you -
northern markets from surround j' nt the most reasonable prices.'"
ing sections, and good prices for I Shoppe t i
the product are reported I QUIGLEY & DAVIS Variety Market t '
Tnllahnssce Hudson Burr, II
chairman; of the Florida railroad -._ -__._...._._.___,_,_.___._. __,__,_,_ -.._...__.. "'--n. u _. .___._,_._ _..___._._
commission, and J. II. Tench, rata
expert, ]left for Washington today ,
with a delegation of truckers and I i SIX. -
fruit growers of the state for :a

commerce conference commission wtih the in inter-Mat.-regard; 11 SAVING

rates produce.'ksonvill-lbir, from Florida on tonic that resultedin class of POLICY How To Boost MONTHS 1 :

the downfall of Charles! Cunningham April' ,, September are saving' months s,
claiming to be from St. I -or should! he in every home in the Inntl.I' .
Louis!, here today.( Cunninghamwas During> these! six months, I is a period of
arrested this afternoon on a I the year when expenses( ) can be! pruned '
s charge of drunkedness and disorderly -I SERVING OUR depositors so well, I, nnd savings accumulated faster than at
conduct, police say, by his becoming pleasing them in every way has been the nny other time.
inebriated hair j
highly on
< conduct of this bank Why don't you plan now\ to take advantage
tonic. The merchants of Starke are here to stay. They chose to locate here \
J I IT MAKES A careful study of the needs of this annual opportunity and -to,,
Tallahassee-Florida is believedto I because they believe in Starke. regulate your expenditures that your
have more water plants than any I of each customer, so it is able to fit into saving account will show n healthy gain i
-other state in the Union. Dr. R. :M. I his requirements. They are not interested in a quick "clean-up," in running+ up sales records l eforo September arrives.
Harper, geographer: in the statel I ; but to grow steadily with the growth of the town.
.geological] department, and Dr. Hu.i IN SATISFYING our clients so well Deposit your savings in our bank. Wo
contribute to the growth of place like strong mercantile issue certificates of deposits or make
i go Gluck, of the University of I they always pleased to recommend Nothing can any a !
\ Heidelberg, Germany, in available are backing. your entry direct into a saving account l''
records here counted 128 sucn their friends to this institution, so that for you-then pay you 4 per cent inter
t plants.! I It they too can join forces with us and enjoy Nothing i is asked of the merchants of Starke that they are not glad to est.

t TI.lIahassee-The .Florida Morning the many advantages of satisfac- give of freely. s
I Put 1 Part ofYour Earnings to Working
State and Tallahassee Demo-1 tory banking. them the town help yourself by trad
You can help to help -jou can For You.BRADFORD .
crat, local morning and afternoon
newspapers!, will begin publicationin at home. ,

their new plant in about 2 weeks, And the best of it is, when you keep jour money at home
Milton A. mith.'I'di-
according; to COUNTY
tor and publisher of the two dailies. I
The new plant will be brick Bank of Starke I

throughout.Gainesville-The University of I _ _ _ I BANK j

Florida will have trained about 1,- "Bank of Helpful Service"We
000 ex-soldiers under! the government
rehabilitation! net, since 1910, Pay 4 Per Cent On Savings Bradford County' Financial
when this service I is! conclude-1 You Save Money STRONGHOLDEstablished /
June 30. Prof. B. W. RucholU of j
the University of Florida, has been I 1889 Starke, Fla.
untiring! in hid efforts to aid th"soldier

stuI'ntliss, : Janie Cril- ... .. .. .. .. fi
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Ipy' is head of the special training ---- -- -. -.-.-.- -..-- -.--

department.Fort Lauderdale, -Dredging' of INSURE TODAY Satisfying; Why Trust To Luck? {

the East Coast inland warterway
between Palm Beach and :Miami For that twixt-meal emptiness nothing I If you buy a tire here it's guaranteed EXQUISITE Materials I
will be .started here within the next is so satisfying as a rich, creamy dish of Hut it isn't luck if it runs you thousands
10 days, according to Seth Parkins Corpening's ice cream with a "dip" of of miles more. No, Sir! They're built
t. of Miami, general manager of tho The time to buy insurance is before you your favorite syrup or fruit juice crownthat way. Made to stand the gaff. It pays REFLECT TillNEW,4 SEASON!; ::
canal! for Harry S. Kelsey, of Keley have a need for it-then it is too late. I ing its glory-When passing our place r to buy standard, well-known tires ana. An important display of new fashions'
> City, who purchased tho wa. some morning 9:30: to 11:00 or some af not trust to luck with cheap makes. material-Materials never before associated -
terway last December. I 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 beautiful I
Tallahassee Tallahassee chap old reliable companies. A phone call a dish. Ice cream Is a health food, you ACCESSORIES quality-In glorious colorings and ...
ter of tho American Business clubs will place me at your service to discuss know, prescribed by many physicians FORD CAn TRUCKS!; designs expressing all the dash and
was organized in Tallahasso, Fri your insurance needs.INSURANCE for the undernourished. TRACTORS sparkle that vivify the SPRING season. !
day with thirty charter members, The best milk-chocolate dip or soda in COME IN.STUMP'S.
young busines men of 20 to 35 town.
years composing the nucleus| _
around which promised! a leading OF ALL KINDS Corpening'sDRUG
civic and luncheon club organization -
for the city. STORE I

Arcadia-A new home-building Harold C. Wall STORE J. W. Andrews Jr.

organization has been formed hero I// r
the DeSoto Home Builders, Inc., to I IIi (Formerly Inman & Ritch) THE NYAL STORE I '
build homes for the small Investor I I Day phone 14 Night Phone 130 FORD PARTS AND FORD SERVIC1 l'// -

on, easy payments. The corpora.l! l- _ _ _ 'II
tioa has a capital of 1100,000, di-IJ ..

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:Fret. Wynn Helen Caldwell 1 KunlieIVrlurw !Mrs. Jay S. Brawn( and one sister I asleep in the car at tho time of '00 ,, _. .A -.--,-.- ------.--..- &

i ) C:>Ci l and !Mr. M. rhnmlli-r' r'or several years the family re- hid nrroHt and a quart| bottle of I Ili'I1Tr I '
: | Stilh.I ,iili-d.. in Stiirku, and I their many was taken from the carNOTICE BATTKKY: CHARGING !

I Alli.>,Ktliel: fl Iriffin. Menu, sail, fronds, will (learn of the death of '-- -- OQOGuaranleed
S CielJt ItlnncluAldiriiiim, and Mr\ .. (!i. C :Mr. Brown with regret.! N. B. Hull I oGoC-aOGO o roC 11 11I

ry i While. nn iinclu of I the ikvi'asi l loft Starke I I

iy I 'I'tunr'alesrs.' Untold. Wull an.I ('riiliiy to attend the funeral.\ There will he a working nt ;
John. Powell 1.1.\\ Service and
1'lune. :2i! ('.\Im OK THANKS: /.ey's Chapel cemetery, t 8
t ; HIIS.M, :\1 'II..rH. Owt'ii Griffin. I April !>ti.! All persons. int<, '
= ('rank rnrppnt, J. I'". Kli-kliU-r. Wo wish to express our Service SatisfactionStern's
"inl'l'rl'j are urged, to nail help rcMt"o'I'
IIOI'STON-JOIINSON) : :; and' I.. (d. rowcll. I thank to nil who were m> conic
I PRESBYTERIAN 1'111II18t11'11:\ PeWilt. c. Jones.ItKVM '",-I"Cul during the sickness and I tify the ground"

Sirs' Ellu JohiiHim mid Mr. Join .. death of our wife and mother. TRAIN s'IIEDULK' : I I' GarageAgents

E. HoUHtuiloro' married: In Pawnees I Suiiila M-hnol ,ut 10.00 u'llni'lc a. ; .\I. .\ I1 11.\ l'I1ST :'< trod bless them all I

Ok la., Saturday, March \lioth In. I'rcncliinit: KiT\ii'i' ut I 11:00 I : u. in Clll'ltCII: CLOSES: H. A. Jones and family. New time table effective 12:01a. : : EXIDE Batteries Phone 87

and. at present lire milking then) mill 7:10:!( )p. m. t m., December 20th, 1925.
nifi'tinirVcilnrHiluy lit( marked the CAlm OFTHANKS: .--- .
homo in !'Inca City, Ilk I". PruyiT Wpilm-Biluy evening No.1. Jacksonville to Tampa,
lluunton. Hindu her iiSlarku 7-::10\( P. in.Tlic luring services oC the revival
Mrs home
th-k; due Starke 12:25 "
We wish to the pople who : a. m. !
Junior riirixtiiin KmlfiivuiS.nirty : meeting at the Baptist church.It ... -
for a number uf years' anher < No. 3 Jacksonville due
to Tampa,
y were nn to us during our recent
2 oVlm-k thin has been a
nails" nt |> in. in felt that
thi .
friends will rend I
PI' amiouiiceiiiiiit ninny with much 'interest>. Thu'S"ior ('hrlntian Kiuli'iivtnI : < crvico inwhich God has richly sadness especially! those nt Starke, 12:52: p. m. F + + tt + + + + + tt + + + t + + + + t + + + + + + + + + +. t
services No. 15, Jacksonville to St. Petersburg -
Brooker who their
t0 I Sni'ifly tweets'' ut itl: Ii! o'clock p. inI l biesstd, ) Ills. people.. rending + +
Sho has lived in Oklahoma for the'ed 1
due Starke 12:22
takene.l : m.
I The ('''(','ul h',' coiinnitli'i iiiects tin i The church has been brought when our loved one was p. NOTICE
I'thrl.e\ year'*. Mr. Houston in II from May the Lord 1 bless No. 303 Jacksonville to West : :
us. you
month 7:3t detcrmine.lto
IconTo and succesufnkuHincHH I first Monilny nf each at : closer to God and l feels
very prominent Palm Beach lue'stark.. 10:02(
all. < : a.
: *
p. in. dn bigger and better thinK in SHIPPER OF GREEN CORN +
man, for.nerly of ferry, and Mrs. !Strickland.'; m.
:Mr. Dewey
i invitntion in vxtenduJ *
I'onliiil .
I Hi* name ruled that
'as. Oklahoma. to nil tu attend these services.FtsIFu :Many gave their hearts to Gtland I Mr. and Mrs. O. W Dyal.\ No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville due +The Inter-State Commerce Commission has
btd A PKI.Kill'rTlT: UIK 111- --. nineteen will unite with the I. I Starke. 4:28: a. m. +we can top ice green corn with as much as 7500 pounds T

l JAl'Altn' : : CANT.MI.A: ATMKTIIimiST ''ihuirh 1 Icy letter and Baptism ATTENTION W. M. U. MK.MKEUS: No.4. Tampa to Jacksonville, Ito the car. This' is all that is necessary. Get ycur corn J

i : : flll'IM'll' dueStarke, 4:20: p. m. + early Plant Trucker Snowflake and DiamondJoe
zv The i-hurcli! i i..* nnich\ ] indebted tiMr. > The Jacksonville Divisional Institute planted ; +
A lovely birthday party was No. 804 St. Petersburg! to Jack + and cultivate.
a : Street fli'iuly, who conductedthe composed of Santa Fo, fertilize heavy +
(given Saturday afternoon by Mr*, At tier inoriiini nrrvii'i' :Mr\ ''. \,'. and heartily sonville duo Starke 6:00: p. m. *
snag m-rvicoB. nppreciiitp Bi-ulah New River H.irmony andJacksonville
J. W. Kdwnrds: nt her homo on t.. KilwnnlH: fir Jiu'kKonv*, will the splendid cooperationof Starke Wnnnec branch. + J. L. HARRELL JJ
Cherry strct-1, in honor of the sing n liiMintiCiil K.-istor: Hula tired No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. '"
the other I'liurcht'H in town anti be held in Lake City April HIt' It *
IB! sixth birthday. her 'twin son and t Hi,,. cluiiiwill roiuliT nn "Kowtcr: IIn- have been of No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.l ,J Lawtey, Florida. +
hope t that (hey sour to 20th.A .
M.ci1. daughter, i Klbi'it;, nnd Klnine, t IKHI.At nttended.BROOKE'R T. J. GRIFFIN, Ae'cnt. 't + + + + + + + + + + t + + +
help to all who have" /Rood' attendance is cI"'Rirlalld + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4+ + +
The Invitations' to this lovely at'- the I'vpninir; service un I limpir-' ----. I
it i III probable that New River
fa fair read .i* follows. big fiintntii cntitli'il "Vii'tory. ," nui- very -- ---- -- -- -
i Association will send large delegation
Come to our house next sit. l"y HcnryWililrriiH'ii at cal wnri n SIMPLE MIXTURE MAKES
from her societies.MRS .
Saturday: nt four, by lime Hronncr will l I"p rcnilrnnlhy STOMACH( FEEL FINE
9 Our mi'tlicr will meet you the choir nimiHtril liy :1.t itsV. I,. llrooker, April ..-:Mr.\ Lund 1lcs.: :! !; J. T. QIJ.IGLKVABKO. '

tL At the Jour, Kilwnnlt: of .1ukunvtlle1: and. :Mr.PnvM \ C. M..lndrrws: and 1 sun, Michael, .. Chin... Publicity Com.NOTICK Simple buckthorn hark glycerine
-- -
A part. > for IIB, she) i ill! :Mnofc\ of I.lIwl tey'. cf, ..liiclitu'livillu.pent, Sunday, herewith etc., iig!! mixed in Adlerikn, often
lining: to fix, Thin cnntiitn ,m .IIII'ull..1| ofeleven .relative helps" stomach trouble in TEN: minutes J. R. DAVIS & CO.

.5M Par we are big twin mothers.. in uliich thtKnstcr: lilt UiiNli-r, uf Jacksonville. On and after April l IS,, VJ2J):! the by removing GAR! Brings out
Hut only six.IV glary iii liriiittifully told. Copies spent I the ,sit'k-end here with selling Price; of Confederate Memorial n surprising amount! of old! waste

oration* of spring" flowers cf tlm hh..t.I'\ text will bo icivon: 'hums! folk. Half Dollars will advance matter you never thought was inyour

\ and Easter:: novelties were used "litIt the door so t hat nil inuy real I :Mia Jlinrureite": Shri\er, ofStarko from $I.tilt to $:!.OO per coin.. I system. :Stops= that full, Wonted INSURANCEAGENCY

The dining roomMI" a pretty .and enjoy the words l tin* they are spent the weekend herewith This hut been ordered by th,. feelimr and makes you happy

i scene, the. lights bring shaded. in slitter her mother, Sirs, John) Shriver. Bonrd of Director. of. the :Stun-= mid cheerful. Excellent, for chronic

pink and pink,, streamers extended, l'lu program will. lu'iti" at riihtI'Vloi'K :Mountain Confederate Rlnnumon- constipation. Adlvrika works quick ESTABLISHED 1886

from the rhiindetirr to the. four cor.neiK p. 1u",1\ i I" us (...11011I".nlnlt \''*: :Mrs. I,. A. Brown was on the tal Association in the follyivinirresolution doliirhtfuly/ easy. Sold by Mitch:

I' of tin- dining. table, 1111,1111 the Ityinii :No.; I 171 -Sunn by siik \lift lust week, ndopted nt their regular!: ell's Pruir Store. STARKE FLA. '

center of the| table... WII+ n huge nest choir nml contfropitiim.Scripturp ) L. H. inim-y( wu n business meeting February 21: .

filled with colored. 1 Knvtor: egg, I.CSSIIM and I t'ruycrlfv visitor to Starke Tu<**-ilny nfter- "H."r. -lvl'd. That the selling price

surrounded' 1 by rabbits, chickens, Kn.irli:'. Marvin, Uookx.No. : noon. of the Confederate :Memorial! Half- KNEW0flt: : HKAI.TII11Y .

etc.' The two. big) birthday cakes :; t. 'V'roin Rotlmrnirno" to ltrt.; 1 H. A. Weeks of Stark.-, Dollar be increased on and after. I'l'HIFK'ATION

were ,placed: nt each e id' of the table Culvnry"' ipt-niiitr, choriin. l hy the spent, the week-end,, here nt hvhome. April 15, H\I3.: ( from the presentsrlling -- -.---. --- .. -
Any will tell that
.tail.-said,' I in ptilk u foi, tfct-nie-llots choir. olo parts, hy'Mi:\ **. K. t.. price of one dollar per cointo physician you
"Perfect Purification of the !
mid. rosi-kul and on each appeared' I Huru's, IIn.11:\ r. 1"101I"rt: !. Pr. \\'. K.: :Miildlcton\ of Storks, the price of two dollars! per is Nature's Foundation< of. System Per. )COOOOO o(>OO<)O (
six tiny candles.Ciiuncs :Nn.; :2. Solo, "Not What 11Vill"Mr. was. it profi'Rsiomil. visitor hereTuesdiiy. (coin and that the executive" officers feet "
not rid
were enjoyed. during the :\ PnUil :Moore.\ (\ of the Association: are hereby Why yourself
afternnon by. I the little I f.II.II. after :Nat; :8, "()hit iif, the Night:': : of \I"IIH":\ J. P. anil Wilbur Rhlmos authorized: ( and directed, to rive of chronic ailments that areundermining
,L which they were served pineapple 1 1111I Kiu-Kf" Choir. of \\'''I'lhi''jl'ton"rlnlt':: .., were widespread publicity through the your vitality ? Purify Brighten Up Your HOMEThis

-, ice cream, cake and cun.ly. The No. .1.! Duet "0' Morn: of Joy"Mrs. ., business: visitors, to lirooker Saturday press and otherwise to the action your entire system by taking n
thorough of Calotabsonceor
favors were niall Easter rabbit- .- J.V.. .AmlrewM\ Jr., nmlMr ; hereby taken" course Spring With
twice a week for several weeks
I end ,chicken' :\ *. K.. K. 1'.1'1'mnn. II: P. Claincy; wn.i! n business visitor We suggest that you request -and see how Nature rewards
:\1 t rO!. Kilnnrds: Ma assisted ''n :No.': r. "A n): ld I Uolleil I the :Stone' ta Ciiiiu-svillo; Saturday.Ciiiy your local newspaper' to publishthis with health. you

enU-rtuininir" by :Mr& R. .'. Clarke, Awny"-:Mr.\ R. L.Vhtte amichoir. Andrews, of :o..w'Ri".r..: announcement with display Calotabs nil
are the greatest of
Mr... W. It. llailf, and \It'll.: KrtiMThose -. oats antontr' friends here Sunday. headlines, that you ask your local SHERWINWILLIAMSPAINTS
system purifiers. Get n family
enjoying I tin* affair were.Frescott :No.: tV Trio., "I.i(.. Eternal". E.: K. Ward, of WiUwood, spent hank to post notices In their lobbies package, containing full directions.

,nail, I Clarence CiiU. LilNinStump. I Mr F.: M. J..hll1i1l14:\ FloremeMatthew. the weeek-nd her with his moth. have it announced in your Only 3:.... At drug store adv.
Jane and :M 111'111111'tnI.\ .-,', ... :Mr. S. K. Hih'h.II er. :Mrs.\ T. 1'1 Ward. civic bodies, churches and schools, any

Hetty I.,'" brunt, Jack llaile, Fran :No.; 7. The Sung of Victory"Mr. -- CVphiM. Hnrrell of "'alol.., pent and (jive it all other publicity yon

tit 1..." IVi-k. Tulmndtri'I and I Kve- II : I.. F. Smith and choir. Sunday; here with friend. and tan devise. tttttt + tttt + + tt -

lyn Crewi Jului Holme. Juanit.i i No. N I. QUill''''!'''. "Tin-re** No:': relative The BanU\ of Starke has on handsome THE BEST FOR FIFTY YEARS I
Han-foot, Lucille and Roy Edward :Night': in IKavon"Mr: A. Z. Ail- l Royce CJainey IIn"iI.'n Russ coins at one dollar each. + PATRONIZE

Margiiret\ Ann :Mnlpas" Junior :\, kins. Mr*: "'. I. Edwards; Mr.Pavitl motored Kawcsville Sunday af + 3

kin*. Vernon Silcox, and. InmanUreen : :Moore Luau :Mr. t. 1-'. Smith ternoon.. NOTICE + + For Sale By ;

.. :No.': {>. "In the !Splendor' of Mi.| ;\In. T. I*. WarIn,1\ .children' .:( + RIDE GAINESVILLE *

CON'Fair: :: Tl'KSliTYEVENINC.- niory"fhnir.Nil., Wl'r.'islt< n to Hampton Sunday meet Starke on Growers'Saturday Association April 2rd will at : BUSSES JONESLumber
: afternoon. ;
:: 10. Solo, "IIi hove Divillo"I -
: :: : Iii courthouse at 3 m. Ail
APRIL the p.
Mm." l It F.. KniKht. Turner Krooker, nfahl, wantnonif t I
invited Join.- SCHEDULEFor +
farmer to
:Nn.. U. "( h..i"1 Hath I Ri i ,'n"- '' friends here Sunday afternoon.
:Mis"\ :Mona\[ Alderniiin.. of the ,, : L. C. Prescott President. f
Thoir. ', .t. :Mrs. K. H.long. + MX 7:30.9:0/\: / m.
.''11111I'' Collexfo. Tallnhai-e, will\ S Co.
IIP heard in, concert' Tuesday evening. ) Director, :Mrs.\ E. K. IVrrynmn. L. r.. Dainty and son, Royce, ajul Ml'ST:\ :MAKK! : SEWER: + 4:00P.: m. t I & Supply n

Apiil '"th, at :S o'clock, in the .\ ttaxvn spent last Wednesdayntteudinir CONNECTIONS: ::': t For G'VILL 10:00: a; m. + I
OCf.t.I'Or.'I"14trll. to I business ir Jniksonville. -
c'ub' hoine. +
5:00. 7:00
The hair is opimniKiMl of *Kfol- To the Citizen; of Stark : + : p. m.
B MiAlderman:\.1 I -five" end' ) also rerewol her certific'ito! her A.! l 1n nvinx pernotnSiprnnn :Mrs. (\. G. Strnyhornc. of Waldo, Starke, ;March :30.-The clenn-un t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + *. >OOO<><><>OO<>OO<>OO<>OC<)(<>O< :<

| and is a : Mftc.:\ .'a Ailkitis! Mr*. spent Sunday afternoon here as week campaign was a success. Bart "
:a to n :MI IlIlItt'mll', now
\ i'i i member\ of tho faculty attli R.: :M.\ ,It.hll"Irs.:\ .\. W. .\n.ltnon.1. cnest of her "ar"nts.11': and :Mrs.\ the inspection developed the fate:

Uopinu's, 1'.1'h\ ,' i* rei1- :Mrs.\ K: I.. Ring) Miss I VloreneeMntthew E. :M. Hazcn.V. that some seen or eight prupertct'wners r----,-.- --..-. .. -.-- y. -

: o>' i_ i pn-iit-l' of. unusual,, 1 1t + ,and Mr. J. W.n.lrt'. V. llaten: : of Starke, "p..'"' have not complied with the t rt r-a..rR
Jr. the wei'k.i-nj' here with home folks. ordiratve r'quiril'11.'Wlr\ connection
.' "il nt th> time will. be ,d''If
:a. t 1 lt.ilcntfd I local entprtn Alto. Mrs. W. [L. I F.dt1n..h.tr:\ .\ null Emery Ha>en and Re<- ff-r all s'tit" closet\ within one ; 1

M, miller\ the nii
I :M '- I'< '.u I mint t i-f the \\','lIIlIn'.1" Miss \lrnn TomlH-rlin unit ;Mr*. F. :Mo"il.i niorninir.M \ mayor has. perhaps, beenter 1 iV'

( I .' \. ''tnu L''i a"d 1'F Fik\' '. K IVrryman. -.- -- .. --- lenient in enforcing the orilinance awls '

t ,. d.. It, "be ti-r1 t" purchat-r t 'f.'n.'r.11':\ Puvi.l :Moore and Mr. \N .\l"fI-\1I; S1tNE: tIOI' : \ on this point. But complaint .f \ p., "

n '. for the club The public roe. I S E.': Kitch.It.iss: ".\MEMOKIAL: : of adjoining property oWners tl I ..,. ." '
Chalk invited.KUV : I.. }'. :Smith:: and R. L. as to those who have complied .
-. .-. ; Whito. can not longer 'go unheeded.
\ :I t'I1111-: KDItlVSOV'KI i -_ This i I. to notify all who have tit
< : ..:lIlt H":!' 11m 1'111'\\ E.1StER: : SKKMCKS ATiivcrisr J"d'nl1t'Iirh: :29.-:More\ not complied that unless they do

.- \ riiruculnrnin than 1.1X)0) persons attended! thetroveriior's 1 put in sewer connections the mar- I'I Wye:! Tow Trade ur Car-

A tovly! party was given: Svsitur. ball held here I tonight! shal will be instructed to arrest

t i.1, lay afternoon from :3 to 5 by :Mr.\ :> <; "I'I.ice under the suspire of the lo.mlo.t th..IanJ bring them before me Foniownersarecontinuallybelutbear A. these! facts in mind
and: :Mm.\ J. I" KobifMtn at their Sunrise .er\ice-H. V. P. C's. 'of' the Anwrioan Legion for the for such fine and cost as the ordinance :
home on Matiton: t r.'t. in honor I} '':\'l\ ... m. ; Morning: worship. 11 :1"-1 benefit of the Stone :Mountain :Memorial requires.. ins' approached by : -.itotnobile: \ The amount of the trade-in allowance
t vhoish "accept"Fords
1-; of the eighth: birthday" of thtnr lit- am.; 'x"I..ltY; Invocation.I \ fund Respectfully! you can get Is not the

; tl* uirMi'r': :: Vr Claire, SI I I JI'mnl""jtr"IItion.l'h'rlls"l l Oovernor; and Mrs :Martin! were C. I.. Peek :Mayor.IN as part payment on more most important thing for you

\ j Bowls of Faster l.llif and sweetS I dl of Ktistertide.: present with their official staff. expensive c-.irs. to consider. TinInn thln/t is
1''nA: Wer>> u"e\l a. decorations '\: j Choir. The governor led the grand march COfNTY ANDCITY It is logical automobile the dlJf'rf'lIc'011, him In pay
this ,lowly affair. The birthday, : Offertory ''Simple! A'eoU.-\lr.: with: Miss E. Hair of Live Oak.Mr : COfRTSWalter dealers should be eager to And rememherthatthehigher

cake. v>n kith matt eight' tiny pink Owen liriffltt.Anthem. :*. :Martin\ did not take part in trade with Ford owners.-o:'; priced car will not he so easy tootherusedcarissoea8ytosellas
candle\! .. was: placet in the cvnter "f( The! Birds in Chorus 1 the march. : owing to her .recent illness. :- Alt>..rln., of the Brookersection dispose of when
the dining t...M* surrounded by I III\-Ch.'ir.\ I is ring held in the county trade it in. you come to
;! until he can arrange for a a used Ford because everyone
quantities of sweet pea: combined 1 Scripture reading and prayer. jail
with f rn. Many 1"'Iifb> were | "Hofanna". Jule Grainer! -:MuKthel \ Miss :o.OI''IhGriff.n.. of Ki*.imme ofPensacola. -f peace bond in the sum of $100 I following has confidence in Ford quality. If you wish to trade your Ford

.r*..vi\eil h> the littW ho, te''*. Griffin. Mr. John Towell. and :olin! Virvrinia Davis,the complaint of his father. Al- And it is not expensive to recondition for a new automobile stick to

IVliciou refreshment of brick" .rnh.n---\ Visit: to the Tomb.'. were flnn"'" during bertson had been threatening. to da since Fort replacement the car that you know to be dependable
enenin',. by a comnuttce: of judges
I lee cream, rile aid candies wen. 1 Communion 'er\We". Florida at the allsouthern bodily hurt to> members of the parts are lowest in price. useful and economi
carved ,by :Mrs Robinson. a<* st..1 I PeneJii'tion. to reprvsort b family and :Monday! had to be trussed cal. Go to Ford dealer!
ball to e your
by :Mestltmed\ R.I. Lewis and KJ: I Kteninc: Srr i ic<.-K*<...r' 'anlat;I Confederate up while! awaiting arrival of :Most automobiles carry greater

want Bill'''.. hand' painted Fai .t"'l Text by etoai noi rtaoin nun i u held Atlanta.. the officer: discounts to dealers than the \\lIIltlve you a fair and liberal -

C14s n.'re. J"I'n: a. fanri. "The First Fn.t..r." Text by Ed: Dave Swimlel. p.,**** ion of Fordanother reason why allowance for your present
1 T> little. ..., epio>\r.g t!\ < vf. th TIU.< hm. UU.MV: by In lU.h 'i p Mr. Ind1rlO.: J. :\1.lit: heU. Mr: liquor. Plead guilty J25: : and co 9 r' other dealers may offer the Ford Ford and will gladly arrange
'lInt.: H. C. Ri&h.Iu: LuciluM'tchell
Liar were: lX'rotny and faroVhrte. 1 Wilson. and s or 30 days. owner a larger trade-in allow- payment of the balance. to suit
.:! and :Mr.! Joseph MalpaiattrmifU I
\ ,;..'rri" Uyne, :Mart:antFl'nehrr I :No.': J. Introduction and opcnln.chorus ;r Ball i R. W. Tenant reckless: driving of ance. your tont't'tlience.Original .
the Ooerne: a I
unite Canova. Mrtil -Choir.No. .
e auto. Plead guilty; 51 and cost
lI..mintfl"I"tt:\ ,. Kelt Kiir' bMiWrvit \' 2.: Contra'.to: #..1.,. "In Th,P. JacK!onv.lle Monday evening th or 30 days and in addition dofen !- Fr rtf Features that Today ?Make for
nwtorir to the city.
n\ ti Uey. L"ui.. SnydoiMarj '. Garden.; --Mi.s Ethel Griffin\ arty of W .
for repair on car
Starfcev represented at thiiM i! ant to pay ; Greatest Simplicity; Durability Reliability
:\ \'rie Stump: Lois Adtr 'ii. .: \;- < $JnpiiiiSolo an.n.'u'' I. amounting
"a l' ......11. i'':", '''1 Strs"...n vend t, "Sh.i'l Ho.ivy R,-*k." >Iris :Man_ -\l'.vant: affair ,by Miss: LucllNMitchell :et 103.00.M.I Bryan. of Lavrtey. I 1..t..g|-.. T :., "!. '1..111".1)1..111.1, rinloh

>I"......n11':11"' : Alt ..rr* ..1:...''t, write Shriver: and choir. : one of 'Iar\.tt' mo t .. .. Dual i" "", i '" N .',"n I'liiiirtiiry I nnismUxloitubrication ,
t"'t" : 4. Soprano *.,1... "Th Freak: .,t ch,..rnurfi.iltf' :| : tad..&. A lavaliere !.. V..V. a.h I Simple, 1)epenuar'C TII..rl\l"'I'| Coo: It 114
Day." -Mr. M. Chan iT! Stith. was presented Miss :Mitch.-1. h "1\: i& Ma---st! : :" 'n1l' tar .>nrin Three P..IIUIotnr: Su'|HMiionFORD

BAPTIST, S B a"i> 'into, women chorus .f><,t! fr her sufx-eT-yfui! ef-.rt' :in *..1'! vn ..-I\'y' -.vt,.: t,wn !imit I

full .n"ru "As it IA gun to Dawn. i-e the St.'i tie Mo :":t'...n net'ri"I Plead *guilty; n.')() fii*' MOTOR COUP.IN1)E"I'ltOII', MICHIGAN:

KiTTionia* Ilu n'en! Paator. Mr. John ".well .and choir. ('(\r-. ..
Sunday school: 10.W a. nv '- Chora.: "(),:r I., tit Indeed ';S. ---- ---- leasingcatVre: front pound be'n.: I

Mfrmngur! hip. tOO a. m. R 'en" Choir. H.\Rtll l 1\ S. MROW.V held for poumt fee I cf 13.23.: Fine 1 1S it :i TNsv/ !?..1rY4w3t: .

U V. I',1.. ertrive 8SO: p. m.Centnir ". Tenor "I'ship. ":W p m. Tail! "->>r. Jufcn FttwM. and t chv r Harold !* thrown, a forro resint I TOURING "; .\ \: : HUUottSt-U.\N(

:Z IJ"i.: ie., \\ ii-.e! ,,.H- $. Baut.10.. "N.! am1'" 'I d nf >tart*. diM i in a Saruet T. KBruc*. Miro-'i'?. ..ti'lr.Jrsr $ $290 500 SH20I: 56S"l'AmlJ
L'isewing }. while [ ... r .> and! roa: 310
II >> r-. m. Yon Ahr&jr -Mr. L. G. Po'reU h-pI" last Frvtu.vKr "#.,

Wo invite; you to wr'.f- '" wit Ia ., a-Ml chair an t> day pre_ Skipper, speedincForfeitvi: t C-.I C_ eeCC. i...,MIO'' hart.asJ AnornraDt. rime ,tit, p,1,.... '." b II.''....'
". '. Tmor sale/ art inal -Itoit rot! vhtss for (Rlscr.tu'-t. Interpon: f= \bor-d. :
----.-- .".,-; le. Rrrtt'1 11c. Ita...1 t I t s oil tat.- -h Fverarveo raet4frv:: Oscar: Preeott. soerdiac. 31 :\11 I -
CHRISTIAN Wail And choir. r.nv .... $;atul'd... and was attends:.1 CV. St- "' "Eo'''''OF I.E.'OF"'P51ILLtF.\itl\l.l\l'Itltl'. :,, ""' ttLltlry'n '

TVfl! p.. """"aaJ vf t nil' choir. ss!i bv a la.r.w-e Bwrafcc-r of fremb fro S William Bc-Iton.: picked up b.. I =

t Xlt vwry LonF Day aka I In 10 m* follow: Plant! City. Sara titji &aj TamiMMr. ,. efficcrs in at automobile. ehar>.::*;]i

far lUbl tu4y and frfriptai roo' Sopranos Mrsrart lathe r. $raww lean* t... mattes hi:S with being Intoxicated. Fined\ -

.i 1. ,rmunkn.i Th. tou SneR! rove, MUJrJ! Gil L .toe,. a wil. kit parent. Mr. an J acj -..t4 or 10 days. Bolton :was



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-- C. will hold their regular! meeting but in spite of the best medical at- 1i."I. iltirinw. ni.nt. "it, i toWnrrnitH I I II 1. nil Illk .. & I.,'. :. K. 111k I Ixita I" REZ1j); \
I WOODLAWN ,imiu, .il iliintiK) monlli') 7. Hlk A I 1..1 'I Illk I Ml Ilk lnOf 1 I.. .. I I
1 next Wednesday afternoon April tention and careful nursing "hi llnl Mnrrh I 1,, t1. JKJ) IUMrlrt 4. II. lilt I II I Ml III1,1' cro I i>li'. K. 'III'
7th. at 3:30: p. m. at the Woman's was not able to withs4arul its bolt. Woodlawn, :Apnib2.-\1iss: l'l1u-1 ; No. .. 18 .i hut lll. Hi; ,nil In I I.im I ,,,ii (",ity" If flij
I Hut Pib \I. tli-6 .. _... 861.1"l! MilI.I.. 11" .il\ h ItJ U: mm-iM.il I IL? r". 'itFr.vimr
Bits of Club with :Mrs. J. M. Alvarez hos : Mrs. Jones was a member of the Imp Crews of .I R ufonl, spent last llroiiptti. ilurtnir. mnth __ 'I"i iVVArninti ; 4. \ I j

I tess. All members are urged to Baptist church and lived a lovely;: week here with her /grand piiitnU', "umiiril.. iliir,nu month) I 1110Hill '' It-ilifKili) .. N. HH ....10'.." I i ii ID.. '
VI",iroh I I.. l'i I ,'il. Id".-|iDlmrlit 'ill l.iitc.in' e tin' dec U 1 11,. 'h I' 1C
'I he pi'esc'nt. Christian tift.ITiefore '. Mr. and :Mrs.. D), B Browning.Mr. "No.," 1. It ill-Hi Mini: W. M? AlkmCirllflrttU "rolo

and Mrs. I has. harrison! of Kill, Tib L 111.10 -- .-- 121- lit, Nil K. nil, HI. ii I"I.t tIllk .'. .
her marriiigc she was :Mis ; ,, ;. ; '' I.incnlli, I I.:. 11 i t.
Kirintf tltn nitf niinlb 2 >l U In i ity 'it. all
local N.Ie"Concerning :Ill'1.:\ Satte-ravvuitt, of Minneapolis :Martha\ I" :Matins of Hampton lithe Jack\,suil\ ,lie'I'C viMtois hereSuijilay. \I .n'rittM, 'iMiiiiU' tltn."uiu nniiithHill ,., I I'N. II ..J I,: u,"n>fM,i'>l I'i n. ilirtifiriiti .."
:Mm, was the guest of ) Vlnrol, | i't' i I'S .'," I Nu': IM t ,,.Ie,,,..". I...,. 4 am! "
of 188.1! sho .
spring : was; married Mulrlct "No.I I I 1.1I..ln,. I') l'I I I I. II ".
5.ilitI. Ii Ulk) 4. Ity I ii i 10''
:Mi. nail, :Mrs 1 I n 1. Aims last week, to II A. Jones of. this pIli,'". Allen :Stalling\ of Miami Is theguiitt I< 1. I Ib I. lll.ll _. -- .. -_ ... 14lli4! ,i rlifiritlt) No inv, tniiiiii-.,, ,I.HIH, it I =

I Kaving Thursday\ for Philadelphiato and to this union born fou of his parc-nts, Mr. and :Mrs 1 U(".. ti,.'f iliniiiir" iniilithV I' : Illk' I I". I.IIUOllI City. M.MMIHI. UllItitltlLiitt .. 1
Our People Business and was \ it nut 1, inMunl I .ltui lug ",,,.nth kittil,,
I I 1 visit. his bother, before returning : children, two of whom survive.. Sin :S. J. :MailingMr :: Hal vi.roh I nun 14- -. IKlutrlrt I Ni.. 'J vnibrHCia'. I.OIM j. t

Progress of the County and Town. i tn Minnesota: ln"nu'. Mr. 8nttcrswaitt was born anti eared in Flori'11! and and :Mis\ D L. Phillips and : No. .. I 14 ..f Illk I In I 1.11". to''u City., ".......01 Alan .... '
farm while here O. J. the vveek-e-nd in Hnl lib t, It.*6) __ ..... .._-u_ 1(1( USK It. Mtxtrt.iinliiiiu I ,
bought n at the of her death 11,1, SOI1. spent .., ... '
I 1 being -1\\ (tin'Inn miinlll 2 tie' I u i ' Nut" 1-mtirArin Tot A nfIllk "
.. .. I and plans to return with his family : >'('nl'" of BBC. She was one of the Plant City with relative's.MIHS I Wiiirnntji IHIIIIN, | itiirintr$ month. ... I ) 4 In Lincoln, Clfy uxmm.nl. Mliry t.. ,
for the winter. :\ Gladys Norman spent last Pnl Mnh I. ll'Jfl _. __oou___ 17.HHl Julnirlirnricnti. I h. ,
1 oldest citizens of our town and has >l lrlrl No II.llnl Nu 11H .",.h.nl' Uitu e. "
WEATHER REPORT I W. H. Hayes of Gainesville, man.: 1I I many friends who were deeplygrieved ; week in Jacksonville the guest of rib. I. 11IJII, ..__.___0_ 2'H' "BH I of Illk .I In Ulnrvln lily" I 11 8..01..) .11 hair) 1,4 I ,
of the Gainesville! Bus Coss.ird corsets and Bras- to learn of her death. her sister :Mrs.' L It. Denmark. .>riiptii' ,10..1.." iniinth? 1.tillWMrrwnlii Hunt Iti-iint iiunrltpVinl, uf, .it 0 >i'... 9/ ,hac
ujrer; Com- 1 I .
ImiiHd\ ilnrinff month 141100ll ) ) I..r
For week March 25 to 31. N Norman | ,' II.I S 1C il I.t.: .IUKIIIM. .1 I INHIIU Clark: In foe )
Mr. :Mrs\ J. were
sil'relj at Stump's.Col .__ .. J
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I the 7 HIDUlrlrl
pany, was guest of his brother,' Of near relatives she leaves' to I ('lnl..s. until, ortlf,*nt. Hlintl, IM- rnUwmtNlnrritrilliiir ... -
March 25 78 MMareh .8C I shopping in Storks Saturday. No.: II. di. I' 'Ph'r'n
E. I In Inw tHX > fl will IIIMUI ,
:i W. Hayes, Wednesday mourn her death, her husband, n. i 1 Rut Krb 1. lllirrt) _. __.__ TOO HH 'llri-
26 73 65 .00 I II J. L. Frazeo has moved his Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips, of 11.11" ilurlnH, moot h .. ._ ._ -1 noW ) nn I hi ::1d"v,,I .f MBV A. D 1'Jtlninm JU1 ,
March 27 67 48 .00 II I law office to thi building recently A. Jones, two sons, 'W.oJ.. Jones of :Miami\ are the guest of their parents nrmntfl ,iHmitil ilurmil, month.-.. id), Oilllnl \\ m> tifrirlnl' I istI:,'Itt..0'.* nM". !1't ,
linn Ihp lint ,1 hir lit Mnrch. A *
I Mrs. C. D. New and II. H. Jones of ._ __ .
| Shank of Jackson. Smyrna M rch I. l 11126* __ 2.HI.Hm.trlct
28 59 50 .
March .00 D. L. I di! W \l UhKMXN:' .
vacated by Pr. E. L. BigKf, on Call : Mr. uivJ Mrs. Phillips. I .duHI'olitic.kl : ,
March 29 60 51 .J2 ville, is here on a visit. with her thin place.The .. .. No. II ('it,.rk) Circuit, Court, .
mother, Mrs. R. L. Lewis and sister street. I Hut ...b. I I. 1926) __..__.______. it\ (in Urn$ ,Ifnnl {'''U'''". MurtlaIS 0 .
March 30 70 59 .51) I' funeral was hold .nt the home 1: New Port Riehey-Holmes Hardware I rUvi-iptu iltirinir' month __.. 7(1() liVV |t\: (.i Ity I' A. KNU.lll I -

March 31 77 57 .00 I I Mrs. J. C. Robinson. The Circle Meeting: : of the Baptist Saturday Rev. C. A. Crosby of ('0,, will erect 3-story build Nt'rftnIs, iHNitiHl March diirlnir. month, ___ 211 I ROetorilmfl 4.J.III',4-III: ) Pi"'liuty, ('I'. r r. ,,
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Total preciPitation, for weekMrs. W.1.: S will be hell, next Starke, officiating. A large number ing.. IIKIrlrt No. IInvrnlnft 111 I 01 I ,

2.23 inches. i,| Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight,, Monday afternoon April 6, at 2:30: gathered to pay their last token I Leesburg- Cornerstone laid for Kill I,, IIIJII 2|.iINfript \ Announcements -
/ itnnnit) ".nlh At
S spent Tuesday in Lake City where o'tlock at the homo of Rev. and of lovo and respect The re new city hull. vurrnntn. "."",.,1 ilurintt\ month. 1 100 lilt.. ,
L. II. Hill of Luwtcy, wni Col.! Knight was called on pi'ofes. :Mrs Thomas Ifansen All ladies of mains were taken to Hattli'snakcemetery .' San Antonio- Two-story business! ClMrilmrt I Miirrh. I I HUH) II 'pimnt,, I IJll) .S7 To llu li mocrutio, >tpra) nf Hralfn l l'olitily
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1 sional business. I New River and Ini' IM.lrirl No. 14. <: 1 tiiki' thla mithud of "onnrmy \' 3_, '
In town Wednesday near
morning. the church arc cordially Invited to> block to go tip.CFNT Hnl.;. lib I I.. in")") I uin I candidaiy, for the. ofTic of Utprmtnta.livp ,' .
i be present.St'irke to rest. The broken-hearted rola 1//.., ."I,I'll. diinnu, month' 1.1 I M I 1.\ If .,.ctt-d I uroiniM. fultliful ana ,...

-. G. Kegas of Jacksonville was Mrs. D. W. Moore: of Lawtey,, lives have the sympathy of the entire W hal' urriintu Mnrrh. "uiHUi-d 1 I.' )MlII during\ month _0 \I JT::tft M 10.I firii. 'nt aprvlpp. I mtllcit' ,, your aiinTraitnr ffi,

attending to business hero Friday. has accepted a position as stenographer community Illnlrlrl, No.: 1 If iOclwcttully." H. 1'iNiiousri.B.NotlcO" '
music levers are anticipating ..
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in the law office of Col. J,. with pleasure the concert to F i' A WORDCOLUMN% lliniplH.. diirinit. ,. month. I, t ..uV Tu lion toeura of., llrailford, eounly .
Mrs. A. M. Darby, of Gainesville, L. Frazee. Why should o 1 ran. mel). .i| .1"i ,...,.," mniitli, ,i m\ I Ut
: : he given next( Tuesday oveningi Hl.lrlrt N... II. I : 1 am a randMatp for 'pr; '-nlati din

was visiting friends here Saturday April f.th, by :Miss !Mona Alderman 1 flow, Hill, F.I b 1. 1 IIIJII .. I 411.21 I, .the 1 lulHlaturn. from Ilraitfnrd CotiolyIIIH ,

Charlie Stearns of Lcesburir( ,. of the State Woman's( Collojre \\hei God; recalls. his own, ; Itin.i.t| durinu' month' I _____ .. .| to the IVmomtir" "I'r niary FIvc- I
Mrs. Thomas Hansen was in town: first of the week vis. I And bid! them lta\e- II world or WnrrnniB ,-.,," .| .lurinit month) 1"' t lion to lie 10..1, In .'Uflt'. l iiI'O.'
spent The pioiriam! will consist of instru. FOR KENTWell: located I storeroom Hill.. Vliirch I I. IHJrt -- ... _. mi;) imIllmrirl (.Hilii.i:( ; ; !I-. YOtl?',( tawtpy. Pla.I Si.I .
Wednesday In Jacksonville. itiriir his. uncle, Postmaster! N. B mental numbers solus, n-iuling-i, woe, ) No. I 17
Hull. ) For immortal at I'th' Street anti Railroad: I'll, I ,lib. I I I ii.il 4R
'nnd horux. The Their tolls and their opposite' station rental reasonable 1 ,. ., for, the. officu of ..... ......
Morgan Fields spent Sunday with assuuthe, of thi, I nro past ''nut' ," ,,1 I .iiirlnv munlh, ,,I, i .B niimiuntloll\ 'tn .n.
in Jacksonville. Lucian Huron, of the Universityof :sinciss work is done -. Mrs J. C. Wills 3-5-tf. Hnl)" Mimh' I 1 1"1! f. .tativiin) I Ho.)). Nluti'. ', ......Hint'lire from. .lira,I I. I
relatives I .
I d<')light ful pmrnim, and are as follows 1 No: In"XTilrnft ford counlv Mtilttcl. to the mllon of tlIlimoprntii ,
Florida and Lewis Shrivcr nr( : 'l' <'IH.ts.Irs.! I II. C. Kitch, Anti they are fully blest; I rill. I. lll.il __'.. ._.__ 20.31 1 I I t it iiiuary, of .I''1110' Sit I If .:... .
Ralph Ilazen of Waldo, spent Urooker vvcic in town Friday af They fought. the fight the victory; WANTED; -Wood; choppers and, liiTi-iiii. ilurinu in. .mil .1 i noVuiriiiiii ,p i',,1 I I n...,,'. ,llu i I" ..I'"7)' ".f tliln;. county t-m"uml I I
;Mis l (I. 1.. Bc'iiilc-v and Junior (inn I i.Kiiid iluilnu, month. JOB) nnd) Cttts'l..It.O' i H. ilitA (I,
Sunday here with friends.A. ternoon.Mr. .mils ; decorations' :Misiiamc-s' I II.) C.JO" I won. blink sawyers llirln-ft tisarketprice Otinlraft, 51,''rr'h I I'I'll J4 idMniih I J. THOU.VSSC ...)
And entered J. C. Sellers:\ Lawtc-v _
I into rest paid. I I. nutlllrndfonl
""> nnd G I: C..Vhite; public'tv "' .:
L. Green nnd son, of Brooke-r, : and. Mis. Jos. E. Wilson of :Mesdnmos) J. AlcUimun and! A. 7.Adkins Then let our sorrow cense to Fla. 3-20-It Mulp. nf. MnrldoI roiinlY.. I di. ..lie illS, to)!. anounco ifiiti5. n."IHHTItUT. cnndldaLy, II foirt ,. '

were visitors to town Wednesday, (f'ocoa spint the eekm( here at I i ; 1\1\ <'' "lInw"; I ). V flow I I hinhv, nrllrv I I hat Iho rniwimlnii. iilntinil .. ..11.Ith.n ,to tin. tiffin. .uf "m,."inli r of tI,,. '4,'
I the home of her father, Co. W. T. ptogtam God; has reinled! his own ; WAN1'F.I1-Rpliahle girl or settled .ill ..,.r thi .....11,'. anti, cll.I..n'l |.. offlip Kphool. board, I hlhlript'1 ,t. Hiildivt) .to thnr .
K iii cut and E. K.. P,'irvm.in. furls, of Itrndford, roiinly. .. for Ihp mnnlli, ) "ion, of tin. I inop-ratip" ., primary), .1.Itmnhlh ,
Mr. Lloyd Johns of Lacrosse, \Ve< ks.Mr But let our be-ints. in every vvm woman for, gc-neral housevvoik i or "lihiiuiri, ,, 1 lli.lt,, i ii, | I.,"... ,"h.1| .orrivt, tolh an' I iiMMim, I tin. vo"'" of my contlmiixlbint ,
was trnnHnctinjf business in town I !Still' t say, "flu' will 1 lu', 11,11.4 .'," \ and to help with small children. I i "lint, of my kfl11W'.Il',' nnd, I I.,'It,.f I ..rmri, m theIr b....".
: and :Mis. C. !'. an.l' The' hoir of the 1 First Baptist -- ---. -" -- nnd, II II %1C.INI: =. A VSUIN
Tuesday I Boyer, ihurch will rendi-p Easter ,. Good wages, room siipi-rlnti, 'n,I..nt of .I'uhllr. I limlrucl. "".nNontr 'I __-
littl son of Birtow spent the latter : a spc''ial LAWTEYLawtt'y board.. Apply at ome i'lnA''I'f- i innn >. l'O'UII""IO'llF.IC-I'IHTHICT I iI touiiinii

I. A. Brown, and, d.iuphtpr Iris I pait of the week here with :Mr ,. program. ut I the Sunday motning crimes. Mis\ 1.. C. ]Lee-, 1 Doctor's, : : .MTIHAIIIIS |i't'I( 1'l.t.H' % ."I )Hit I. ,i....liv.umil.Hliim" .r 'riiilll mv. i I III..nn.,tldiM net. .,'.fliriiiliKit "t

of Brookor were in town TUPS IP v Boyei's parent, !Mr. //I nl1'q., : J, si rvite-, and at the e\i'iiing seivins Apiil2.-Mrs.: .1. II. Inlet Fin. 3-20-2t-l-L, ', I I 1.1 l IF.Itlt117| |. \ ttl" I In tin. ,t'l 11.) ." ,.r 'thiot.,. ... lit t
the tuidic-nce.. witn 1 IIIK: I.HNr: /1I I. Ml, ,VII'IHS I ,
C. : will delight aCantntn. ,Hi.li'l, i .tnlinniy .lum, itt"), If n' olil "
Manning .
afternoon. Wntteison nnd. duuulicr of I-'or .
t I Mill, runl HIM' to Hlvu llui ilullm, nf t tufTii ,'
ncibmlunited. to at ,
: 11111 t !i. ".tr. l I. ,, .. '
tllicw'cek iih u I Hint) |I. t)1; i.t ,. .
Till I i.io
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\Vii\no Indiana, guests uimu ntlinliJ 'I'
FOR SALE-Going; north in :May ill ,niii-phiiHir, of .tat mil. ,' ,... ", .
tend. r ttl'ItI's ,
; niimli ) .
L UMU>1';Illlll I.
Mr. and Mis, L. II Paitridei1, of :Mrs. B A. Peterson of Elk Hori: of Mrs. Wnttf-rson's bmtlu-r nnd, not wishing to drive, will I ..nil I r,-.|I".I., M' Nil. K 151.. 1511 J-| _ ,
Iowa is here on a visit. with IIT -' LII''I' ",",I I I"w 'I.......I bv UK, ','", Callivlorof ).. .
J Uobmson
friends V.:
Lake City were visiting ;I son-in-law nnd daughter Rev. and \VcarU'ilk hose in all m'wI sell, \ my Chevrolet! F. B four passenger .. Hni.lfonl County, I loridn. Hald. p,.rlifl.CMH ,I "Ociti," l( E: TO llMirillCH: ( AM I)> tKKDl r. .. I ...
here Monday. : :Mr. and, :Mis ,J. 11. Dye and sons coupe! cheap\ or will exchange .".10..1. Ki 1. ml; nud, M- I h'h I,,,, diilnl, 0104 i. t
I Mrs. Thomas! Hansen at the Blip I vprins shades at Hump's.Oiville : .. .1 Inn. ,, nil'I,. A I. I lum ninlriiiirir)I ,"... ??,,?. i. L
lit van aol, Fioil. were \ i'd. for land 1 in or nearbyStarhe. ,I", ,
; I riil 15\! nti! 1 yo |1",1"| ,K ,|nllll" .|lly) j. A I? ''' r.
A. A. Ilazen, of Gainesville, wasa list parsonage.: I Djo's pnrents :Mr\! and :Mrs A. :01. :; J. H. Lord :Madison anti i HH; LI. Bii.l. ririfu-nli. .) .."mh..1, jij ?10.1 I Iti Nolln, ) .. IN ........10. "Iv.'", thnt all rr"ditortiIffrniiHF 'Ii S
prominent visitor to town Tues 1, J. C.Jrifn", who has bccnan 1 Pilanchiird for I the vvpoll-end, :320tfFOR ( .- 'IM'I itiv .itnttMl. ''VuitiiHtml. ::, A !II. lintnoil il Mtritmtif-w, anil. mil ut'mon* bnvfittf -
Maurice nngford returned :Monday of the Ford Bay sis r*>'rtifiifit.. numliirtd HH ,b.'h;,,,, ifntnl,. rliiimit HKAinnt, the mlnlt., .* of I U. I Illliuirhnnl I"
day. I emplnjee > Garage Mrs. A. A. !Smith" and :Mrs Catherine Jul> Jnl. A f> I'l.-l and! lint,. '.h'.1! ,,,,",1, ,. d.( ... ..**..1. littw of Hr..|foci 1 1rimniy
from Live Oak where he has I for the p.ist sear, has itc-eepte-d a ....I'tlrle.I ...., !I" mv .,.rrir.... anil, lmv.' n..I.., ? urn hi.n..l.y. r.Mulrff| .l to pr**.*.nt the..rrlnlniH
Thclma Snellitrove spent the past two weeks as a supply I position in Jacksonville with th." Trinespent; last Tuesday, 'II, : SALE Chrysanthemum nppliinllon. for. 'liix ,|,H.,1. t to. I..,,". I In orFordiinri. .. duly, .uthvntlr. .tf4l to th* under. ,.,
Miss spent t
I Gainesvillewith) Mrs Altn('" MeCiiimuk : olth law mwmd' within) mm y. .. (mm. ,1Ie.' or tlimniliro I
the week-end with relatives in teacher in the Live Oak high: Claim I Dc-partme-nt) of the R'nhoarcl.I, llovv. plants, largo exhibition vnrietlos! ".."I1' r'rtrfe.f's. r.'p.'etl..ly.| \ rmbrnrraii will !h. hel.I l In bar thprrto, aiul ittlIwrrKinn j ,
an.1IrK.! Elizabeth .
school. S I eidois, white, flesh pink, also 10, ,'.'""""," ( lImit. I In Hrinirord C.utility) l iiuh btnl' to *sfti. Jacksonville James Austin of Kinunlev I.nkr. doei ... ......sI nt Hut l dal. .., ,,f tin I.. (|iir,il 0. ,my' thilr nnlil, di'bUi to ..,it ..t* .
( I'm,' $1 1 OO) ,
(;.RVIIAM: some" vellow e per /- unarm. ,,t ,,i.I h tpitlficnti-, ) flit iiiii) .0 nilitiHlrnlrix, forthwith.. .
Mrs. N. B. Hull is spending some- Mr and :Mis Phillips and littl- was in town :Snturd.nMr ; ). Mrs N. I D. WllinwrilCht'l "'".. "v..1v& ll"r""f'" ".. l'"l I It'.",,,,'Iv "..' IhlH) ) !llih: day ..r Mnnh. 1B2K

daughter of Alabama have moved Graham 1. April Everyone in :\ J. I II I Hiiilleson.I iippimsor nr !Stnrke, Fin. ( t.ril' ....wI l .. ,t.'.. II. i I.,. m.ANirnAunft
time in Jacksonville where she ha r. < 1-rlifipnti, '' /N:., HI imbmiim lot H It lit .ID.( t.6.14. AdminbtrittHc.. .
for treatment.M. :; hero re-eentlj. and are occupying the this community vas. made sad, the I'edornl! Farm Loan Hunk, vvn' r

gone I: !Molt\ cottage recently vacated by I Thursday, :March 18th when news I transacting business her bit I WANTED-To contract, for delivery '- i _. ,

Hirsch, of Jacksonville, was 1, t the Crow.ey: family. came that Eugene! Stncklanil, three wi-ek. of :groan I'orn. May 2 Ith to I .:, -..- '-" -"-.-..-..-..-..-,,-..-,.-..-..-.-.,--..- _.._,-. -
year old son of Mr. and Mrs Dewey June 20th J. L. lliirrc-ll Lawtc-v, ,
In town part of last week attending I i :Mrs. Julian Sandefur.of New Orlians I
I :Mr. and Mrs. J. C Crowley and Strickland of this place had Ha. 4-2.IU4.2I:
) Lu called home on III"-
business. was
r- little daughter, who have been residing I been killed near Brooker by a : count of the xenons illness of he I

I here for the past have truck in which his father was driv- FOR SALE 1 I 1-2 bu cabling.- .
year -
; Marvin Ofplen, of Pompano waprominent "mother, Mrs. J. 1 II. (Currndine.Mis. .
visitor( to town Mon- moved to Gainesville where Mr. lag The little fellow was sittingon I .' hampers.>c each J. I. H rn-l''!, t LOCATKII) AT .1
e Carradine's friends
Crowley hnliN a valued position a side of the track. playing! with ninny Lawtey, Fla. 4-2-11-1-21 t Mini KoMtnurnnt Nt-xt to Mitchcll'H Ilnll! Store -
day. I I will be glad to, know that she is now
with the Gulf L.fc: Insurance Com n toy, his father Rot him at Shriv. I

t to pany. er's store. When they turned 011 I imnrovmir.i r. 1 Il.c>:,Automobile tog No. 218 I h t Formi-rly Wntrh Inspector
T. R. Pukett was I Mrs. Cecil Sullivan of Spar ,
curtthrowing Fjgenu off and i Or>7. hinder leave nt 'jiing'.iStoma I t !SOUIIIKUN) \fLWAY COMPANYWATCIIKS. : .-.-
r. business ill Gainesville; ; during (!ks.. ic guest' lit the home of Mrnn | .1
!breaking: his nei k almost instantly. n !
New Carter Hats at StumpVMi 1 :; and! get fifty cents reward t --
I It
} week-end. I lr) :Middle-ton was summoned, to I
I :\ :Mont: niul Blanche Alcloi- mo<.t thl'l1on the load immediately! 1 :Mrs 'T. .1. Ti-rrv, who has bceivisiting _. __'h' _____' .1.2-It'j' t ( ('r.'I.JE'EJ.ltY( I
t. Mrs. Ivu; Townsend SpunUle l of :Mi"s And( (OITICAI) ( I. KIOI'AIKS;
attending tbusimss > i man' nml; ,I I Im; ':I'I'I'8)11., [ of> tininmiii but hen he arrived\ he .said he had, : bier mother. I fR)I SALK20 I : ;) head. nf !good" I I I1.1.
Lake Butler was will been dead. about thirty minutes I!lrad llok, in I I.oke- City, ntiimmhunie t I I" 11 : Al \VOIMv I G iirAICAMI I : !
Talliihassi-e I
\\ ; ( 'ulli'i'c ;; ;; ill ifl si/id I

lineSu'i'day aftrl'lIoolI'i ui'i': '(. to lay to spt'ltd tht-, Fal'tel': i F.UI.1I1':! was 11 bright and loving. 1 I.iM I wee k. ti'rms inn l.<. lIIul'I1l'IlsOIIII"1! } *-..-..-. -..-. _. -. _. _. _. -. -.-..-.-..---..-...!. ,
:'Mr and, Mis IJ:. lt h Ulum-han\
,\ Coll; '>t holi'lavs( h<-.e- with tl tic par"n'| i hild lie nlwavs had; II smile fdiiviivone > SIll rl.I'. I Fin. .J2tf.I'ORSM.n 1 .
:Mr. awl :Mi'_. (L ni. \hive r'IIII'III',1, fioin points. in thsiaithern <'
here :Mr. nnd :Mi" I d:. \\ .\lue-rni.in.! an.1 1 ami. was a favorite\ .,1' : -- ------ -. 1

Jacksonville" visitors i !lmiff: nid. .\I i's.V.. I.I I l'inti'i.The : ; Ins i ;d lt: nldv. I He wits laid I to itstil pint cf t lief ,ate, when ; -My: firm, lO.ur'snf:; I 1

during t'lp: vveik-e-itl I .out ;J J'
Baldwin. many friends of 1'aul :M nt :Moun' Sinai i I ICHH'civ I '[ lec. f'i! u'n"K "iMirl' ,I...1 itiesMi i noted. for it-- t rink" nnd Poultry People --I
Mrs C.1.: Sami. of 1 : i'. J. l II.> K.indnll: I I of nilmdoHffnt I I of f Kradfortl) County
II be t.l had of the
Friday morn- :Moonf f.nvvte-.v w Kind: t Crosby charge,: funeral strawbcriKs; ; I I 1-2 01 h's ofStnrke \ 1

was I ug. a viMtor to town i learn that he-' has nici-ptt-d, u position -. which was held nt the ginvp Ti"" week.hi'a: f<..w niuidill iluva; ; in WHS' Lavvtev for ma I last nvyears Two rows, mule, wntrnnnnd 'I I hlni.oiir. ) I INinluv i ant I I 1':10(1: ( (, I I., t ll:,. We A"srp,, You Top! '

with Crane & C>., of Jacksonville Flower olfenngs wenlicautifiil. ; nsidint of Luwtcy, and about eiehi!, acres of crop's !r Mllll. I I 1'1111"' .111(1..() I 1"1.1|'| | ,..""II.llIu'$ .
and having: completed the secretarial A luigt ciowd gathered! to. shu-v a
Mr. and Mis: Gainesville, Ito' Unbelts I were, in I course' of Geul'Icia.Cal'olinaSl'hool i their lust t..k'n of I luve and. iacpatt. his fiioiKls winglnd tu have him! I take n within i :10 ilnx will i I iniliid"twenty ; We, Will'< I '.iy You [For, N.t t \Vr..k. SIIII',,,'in.', ,111--,| | |lENS| 31 I cp'r

little! son, of of Commerce of this city. \\'e can rot bring littKEugene with them lIJ.uin.: head 1 of ,'hkkenq. ,'.><>k I I II,.. I CCS. \V 'Inir, 31k<) ,tier Don D,"livt, .r...1.
afternoon .
town Sunday I back but by the :grace nf, Mr. and, ;Mis Cox hid. as their stove and 1 tools Pine, i $2r>(JO. If : SPRINGFiELD

of New York George Pubill who has been a God; we can/ go where he is. lie jl'llI"'t Sunday, nt their home In intercstul!, writV.. E:. Taylor i I POULTRY CO. I IJacklJonlJile.
A. Welles Stump leaves his I'ast: I.llwlpyIr.; N. L. Ce-rtam 1111.1 I 20 /;. Htli, St, Florida I
week-end here with I frequent truest at the home of :Mr.urd to mourn departure, two Box (573 Starkp IMn 1 t.1 I

City spent the F. Stump. : l :Mrs. I.). I. Ames, left last week i little sisters, Eunice and .lu.miti I daughter. Mane :Mr\ and Mrs. W --.-- .

his grother, F. I for Chie-affo. He writes buck that ,I besides a heart broken mother and I. Lyman and niece, Ktherme and! I HIIKKII-F'H MAlE;; I ,

Miss Free Wynn of 'Hampton, he made the trip from the Ames ;, father. Miss Wilkeison of Jacksonville. N week visitIng I home to Chicago 11: 38 hours. We tender. our ,ileepe-st sympathv : and Mr.' W. l D :McGmnis, of Denver I toy virtue. of flint ci..rtnin writ of. munitionIH ': -"-"-'--'--"-'-'-" -'-"_"_"_"_'__ _. ... .:-
wds in town first of the to the sorrowing loved ones joining ', Colorado. Mr. McGinnis if ,UI.d: tint! of :nntl': umli$ tlit nful (if thr I j' ,
Circuit t'irt of thi' ii/hth Judlaltil, < trruit -
friends. i I Mr. and :Mrs.[ Gould and son, with them that gloroius hope 1 state treasurer of Color ml o. lit thi. !Stats' 4if, Hiirldn.' In nni| f.ir '

I Frederick Jr., were pleasant, of a happy reunion in that home : :Mr. and Mrs. T. T. lilac'kbun: 1 first, ..rI l ''*..tinly. 'ii'.,... thnt ei.rlnin Jmltr, I

.visitor P. F..to Johns Starke of during Pompano the, was first II week-end visitors at the I D I. Amos! not made. with hands. were visitors in Starke Tuesday ,(,!::nt. ..::,';.n'a in r.riorat pending; ;: tion; .whr'in:. In *h'I'I J. II C;nit I J. L. SIMMONS .

home, west of town returning to :Mr. and Mrs Roy Hicks, of Can- I sf1;I I It; Crawford U f I-t'ndst.: which i ijtultmunt
of the week. I afi.rlI| nf nronl in .Jutiini.ntItn.It '
part. I their Daytona Beach home :Monday Darling Eugene you have left us, istoUi, New York who have beenupending I I J'nifi. :Jdl. ..r tho ,I'uhtie. UcorlHi ,
And we know you've before r I th. mild. Hind, ford, fountv. rlnridn. I
morning.Mrs. : gone j the winter in the southern > i PLUMBING AND KLECTIUCAL;
Mitchell's Drug Store has out- ( I hnvi Itvfid( \ upon anti l will( of ft.r for ..1 l,'. i CONTRACTOR
with neat serving I But we hope to meet our loved part of the state, stopped over for anti will\ .,..1'n\ thn hlirhrat uml bmt I,Mill \
force I
fitted its J. F. Nicholas, who has one u few days in Lawtey while en- ...r. for rash th. followtn ..rliiierlbf" l prop
coats.B. 1 I.crty. (In Hrmironl, ('''''nt y. Horiiln, to-wit I Estimates
Made-Work I
Where we'll meet to .
been the house guest of :Mr. anJ port no more.SAMPSON route home and were gue-ats: of Mr. Hint/ ......''n .tract or. fsrr..l I of Unil lymu I Guaranteed

hu-< Mrs. I). I. Ames the past month, S ind.Mrs.. Louis Hill. I I find .b4 inir In Hrmlfunl County. MOI\
F.. Newsom, of CITY liln morw. "*.rtl.'n.l.p..I1., \ )>*..i .. 'theSmithwwtt STARKE FLORIDA .
at the home of hn left Monday: for Daytona Beach, Mrs. Jennie Brown, of Atlanta, I '' iimrtir| nf the. Northi-ant qnnit .
been visiting week.P. and after a few (lay there wil! return Ga., is spending the week with Mr. I I ,*r sni the Southeast, fUHrti| of the Su'h. I
J. H. Newsom, this Sampson City April 1.-E. 1>. | nntl 1 the' ,uart.r
father, w wt her home in Chicago. and ;Mrs J. T. Moore. : : :rK'.ttl :: I I'rwnhlp .
to Jones (,Wildwood, spent Sunday of the Soiithfimt quHrtf 1 |12. -. w.. _._._. _. _._ _ _.__
Miss Williams of Washington, A Mulh 'ItMnire 21 l-UHt eontninlnir
M. Padgett the business visitors to Miss Lucille Mitchell the sixteen W. S. Nabb and N. A. Moore' I D. C. was in town last week Before 1< ,. sale t.. tnlt. pine on thu SrI. ..lat. -,.----- --- -
among year old daughter of :Mr.' and' 1 returning to her home she will visit of. M.>, A. D ltt2ti. ilurlnv th.- liirnl' hourMof ,

Stark f Wednesday.. ( :'oln.. J.1.: Mitchell: attended the 1 were Jim visitors Thomas to, of fetarkc New River Saturday., was her sister, Mrs A. M Van Dyke t>f .:May.Ir. n nnil.t'l a ilny. riKUlur.hrinir.,., .th..10.... fIrst.h'. Mon'lay ofIHI. ,,1 I ,' We .

of Luke Butlei, State ball, given; by the Amencan ,, ti visitor here one day last week in Cincinnati, Ohio. Court Hnl.1) | nip tit t hi> tnn'li... In front ofth can charge your 0
:. Af Oi.Andrew, Legion in the- Duval AI mory, Jack- Mr. Henry Hudson of Jackson- 3Htlh( (Jo"r. th. H.,..m.' biinir .the front ,. m Y HRS I
business visitoi' 19 :Stance B. S. Jones, of Palmetto, spent i> .Ionr nf the ('nurt ITniiHi'. In !Sin.rke r Urn']
Via a ionville/ Monday evening as on! u few Tuesday. of the sponsors: from Bradford. : Mr.:\ J. S. Townsend of Grand I W .1.I VI;fFRSOM.: l
of his mother, Mrs. S. F.. Jones. I i < I.'r. .MrM'Ifpnl County IJorla. I (
and G. A. AmlcT- county in the Stone Mountain Con. Mr. and ;Mrs. L. Morgan ant Rapids I :Mich, was here on busine.sha .1 1. m rrfi. ,
W. "E.Torde fl'.I"rateIemorinl:\ Campaign.Mrs. ...VoKMrs. "rn.. f>,r PlnlrUff. 4-8-81: <..tOCPFHrNTFNDfNT'
t. !;
-Cavvtey, were attending: children of Starve snent Sunday ,
lon, Stnrkc Mommy..! here guest of her sister, :Mrs. VIf /. : George; : Cousins ar.tIru: ." : : ( MFPORT
business matters in Harvey :Martin, of Clear- MeCbean of 110..tonlas9.. : .,* wore 'StarkeFla.
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and broth Financial) *"1 county nrrmnl fund
friends of ;Mr. Jame( water visited l her sister Very sorry to report Rev B. Dval: fuc"ts of friends, Sunday :mthty flnnnifnn ntntr' >mr>nt nf Rrn.lfnnlPC Garage
The many < learn that he er-in-law, :Mr' anti :Mrs:\ Forrest Is confined to his home with sickness :Mrs. \\'. K: TorodiMrs.. GeorgebertK ..unty" f.>, th<* mi nth nf P...hrunry. ll J". .

Shepard, are glad to Wise at their home on Cherry t.I I < Mrs C'. V. :Majn, Mrs\ r.n".1| Hrhool\ rundPnl .
at his home on Call His frir-mN hope- to !see 11,11 .I 5'.'),. 1 I. I 1"24. -_ ._ "iir1Pirrlptrt
is improving :-iitunlaj: and Sunday Mrs :\IartinIIttpnrl.rI out again I ate Ferris and :MMH. Luella. Tn ; durlnir, month. __ __ 41*"'* 'IIWnrnrtti 1 -
soon. .
street. the state convention of turn: were shopping in Jacksnnvil! i .mini ,turnmonth 3 1" ,1'' : j
:Miss Ethel Vurnes and :MarnicI \ I Mn',.' Mar..), 1 )I""rt if) MO .
littl'' f'pclerate.1"om<'n's (flub whit'l.0I1v'I1I.d \ (fall m tond to. Starke :; ist week. PMrtrtn.' I I. ,
Mrs. Chas.Francis" erstroetantl, spent part of at Jacksonville lust week. a! t't..rn".n.. :Mrs. i E.: ItVclln anti Mrs. J. f Hal*. r',.IM Fth* durl'-K 1 I., lfl2J( ( month._ n'_.'_',." ". 21 fi nA 00Wurrti I j NOW is the} time (l

daughter, in Tif- (!l. Goodfellnw! wero delegates to ..t. ftmicfl, dnrfntf. >n.>nth .__ TII\IE I (for what?
last week visiting relative- Specjalprke' on *\'erIros-" heath) "f .Mrs. R. .\. Jones the Florida. Fcdi-rntion of Woman's pint Nfnr"h I 11b25' l .. ..._ in 11" I

ton, Ga. In :-t: u01o' Store, a small" ; ile-! This community was shocked ('tubs hi-ld, In Jacksonville! n nJ i p-flb. I 1. mad M" lrfrt- N...-.- a. ..- f ToiM rc11ingle! your heme with Cypress 1.1.TO

Edna io-.it will hold l tiny dress until Friday at one o'clock when the news Mr. and! :Mrs B. L Cash motor"I l ;,iptN' iliirlnir, nl'h' :::::_ AT...*tnUnrrntH SIIIGLES II .
A party composed of Mis-c\ 1 mird. ..Itirlnvn'.nth., _: H ttO)
Pinder! Morga\[ i n anted.Mrs. of th. death of .Mrs. II. A. Jones to Hampton Beach last Sunday. I 1',01., l Miirch 1 I. In"' ... 101.SIDltrlrt
:Manning! Virginia win. pins. d mound, She had been :Mr\ anti :Mrs' w. II. Baricer of :,,. 1' HEARTS 9.50 per 1000 'J 1-::
Fields and Fred 1 Hnrrell, O"*T lrnft F'b. 1, Il> .,_ ___: 1"IO 0!
II. A. B shop and children ( onfmc-d, t h..r home for about of Mr. B PRIMES
Jacksonville. :\ two llarclenny, were guests fi P< eriilH|.'. iliirlnir. month ll"fl T? $6.50 per 1COO
Sunday in pfirnecl Wednesday from Green weeks with influenza and hid) been lowe: last week. Wnrmn'ii. i 1..1| tttirtntr, month, : ., 01H1S I I

Tate Powell of Cove Springs where she had boon receiving medical 1 attention! but not Mr. and :Mrs.' J. J. McLecxl ofelrolle. : Hal l Mnrab, t I. Plitrfrln IOR ,_ 4. .. 1701 I GET TIIEM AT-- \ ( ;.

:Mr.\ and Mrs. in 1 the: post week with her mother who until the last few days did it develop [ were hero Monday flsi Fib 1 If)25 . .._._ 121 18 1
Jacksonville pent Sunday ( into pneumonia the of 'RMirlntu ',...In.' month. .__. II if oIVnrrnnt. JONES LUMBER &, SUPPLY 1 : 1
of Gu
with :'%Tr. Powell's mother.Mrs. has been ill. cause :Mr J. Roberts: Waycross, (wiu-l rinrinir month __. III Oil i
ar.d Mrs. B. U. her death. Everything fW's8'bl" pent the wpok-end hero with liiil Much I I. II' 11f*.Oil COMPANY 1
Lucy Powell W. T. Week's Chapter U. D. vas done to check the fatal disease ricnds.. 1 DMrirt No 5. f.tl
Ilopson. i The I BH) F..b I iItS _,..?.,._...... 237.ni

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'i '2525dSZS'SZ57 c5Z5r 5Z525u? 1)22r575'u uZ52S2St!22c25ru 5L2 number of cutworms in the soil may i I Gainesville-During 192:>, 1,351;;
Panama FOR :
Whistles Scare Hawks OVER
generally be reduced by the use of > students, were enrulled, In the e'or.espondenee i

n poisoned !bait. A bait made, of ri e.I.IHI"f t the. University -

IT 2 Farmers & (Homing\ pigeon In training by the :;0 pounds, wheat bran u fir shorts, 1 of Florida ill tlug/ <'nernl extension -
1 Farming L' S army In the canal zone recent zoo YEARS
| ly took oft carrying whist Ion fastened pound Paris Green and water to t divlslnr." 1

to their tolls an a protective measure moisten give good results.! The .
't ngnlnat hawks which Infest the l lathmils. I bran and poison should be thoroughly tiaailem oil has been a world
3 ( It) It. I"\ Ward CountylIc'nl) |> t .
with the
One of the
pigeon )\ mixed while dry and then
wide remedy for kidney liver and
s i ,
R 5C hlHtlcs fastened to Its toll Is' shown moifctened with water, ihe mixture -
? & "hO V A'EXTRACTS | bladder disorders, rheumatism
should not. bo mile: -1"pl'" [ Grove"s
iiI FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CON TRIBUTE 3 After the land has )bean put in lumbago and uric acid conditions.
1X.i: >E'tIE"ICOi' \V MEf I ODS [C)
;(i ARTICLES OF FARM I J FOUND condition for setting, Ih but I xhoulel

TO BE BEST SUITED TO.OUR COUNT i- & be made. TastelessChill ) ME
;Q "'-. ;.otD !>)!I I"l
-) : After the land hat been put in
r. 7c,; i'II."i" 'r57s15257sd5252,icaLJ LOL.3C.J LJC.J LC L.J2525ou'ZStSclear '"
1 as a i umlition. for setting, the bait i .HAARLEM OIL.
that v 1 .. TonicStops ,.._ .. ..Iirh.... ,..
MEKIIMi: : ; OF POULTRY | water, making sure they should be broadcasted over the field :: *

Glum tUS; WILL BE HKl.lt lero thoroughly.h..I. then <"r..a.1tlwm .' at tho rate of about 20 pounds,
Paton ,, out to eliv. in the shmlr A < Malaria. Restores correct Internal troubles stimulate vital
t (dry weight per acre.) The application -
number of they dry they ready k and Three sizes.. All druggists. Insist I" '
At the request\ of a soon us am are xhould be made toward rundown Strength Energy sec I organ

), poultrymen of the county to call n 'to |ilnnt. It is best to use h froslisolution Rxty and several days before on the original genuine GOLD MEDAL.

.looting. of the poultry growers of with 'ol'h batch of seed. setting. If a heavy ram follows -- .

his county, I am now announcing In measuring the amount of solution r 6 immediately, the application! should i
hat this meeting will he held at to treat 11 required! amount >feed '
be .
repeated.If Be ?
"Could Better Fertilizer ] .Made
my office next Saturday afternoon it is well t" make up about -5 '_ cutworms attack the .
[ lei lit three u'elock April 3rd. three tinier the volume of diainfce /s fr .4* s 7 the same mixture can be*
e>d We extend cordial. invitation to tant compared, with the volume >f
used. It should be scattered down ; We Would Make It"
111 nil (growers of poultry in the county st ol| t" be tre'lited. the rows, making sure that it doe ,

pr" ,,1 0 be picMent lit this nu-ctiiin. fur After the disinfectant is used ''thould r not touch the young plants.SUBSCRIBE .

tit ve arc confident, that with u send ) bu disposed of carefully beauso SIMON PUKE AND GEM BRANDS .

Fe t number being present we IMIII < it is deadly poison and will "Time Tried and Crop Tested"New .

II work out a method of marketingl' Kill anything that drinks it. It H TO PRICE LIST of regular brands Just Issued. Get same before .
'I our poultry and, eggs, whereby WP also well to take particular pains - placing order. Send orders now for future requirements saT delay*'

an have .a more profitable. m- ','In .curing for the treated seed, bc- ea -. .-.-. that because the weevil has! done and be ready when fertilizer is needed. TrasporUtion U slow sad<
M come from same thun we are having cause there is also Home danger of a a a a a aa a a a Blight injury for the past two years nay be worse.

ill at the present, or have hud in ,:: these being fatal should they be FROM: COUNi aa i' the tendency' of the growers will iv| ; -- QUALITY first. FAIR prices prompt Shipment. I '

fa I the past.re 'I, eaten a TY AGENTS' REI'OIU'S : be to forget their experiences of | E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

This mee-tinu is being held for When the seed are spread out a. I I a a. .a .a I a a a I I past years when doriugc was batl.I i
those who are interested in getting Ito dry erne should be careful not to Uuval-A permanent pasture of I They will forget or discount tho information I Jacksonville Duval County Florida t

'J I more for their poultry and. exit I place them where there is danger i 100 acres seeded! last year is n very I that the Florida Experiment : ",". HUT honfnt, ....,"" man;

dI than they are getting at present 1, of re-infection by common disease promising demonstration of \ a<. I j i Station workers have accumulated ThMrnflmf.(They taught. are m..AIII WHAT KnewO and WHY)

elIX regardless of the size of their that may cause damage in the : turo grasses suitable for flat cut and the result can spell and WHEN. ':0.------_ -.-------.- ,-

b flock, whether large or small. :So' < 1 field. Newpapers are very convenient I over pine lands. but trouble.: and HOW and WHERE and KlPLINOWHAT 'WHO"( I j.

...111: be sure and,I be present and,I tell others to spread the seeds on. II Therefore, says Mr. Ensign, it wi the Declaration of London
Columbia-The local hatchery has
about it.Robt. Bu very careful to soak the seed will be well for us to remember to WHY doe the date for Eater ve.v' I
increased its the addition I
capacity by
F. Ward County A(cent. a* per schedule below with special do these things. WHEN wna the grant pyramid of FRIGIDAIREPRODUCT
1lflv 1 j' cmplmsi upon the time. of a 1,600-egg Incubator, making I 1. Provide first for food and I Cheep built?

(HOP ROTATION AS I Below are some of the principal a total capacity of nearly 12- feed and then plant cotton. HOW mosquito can you dlfltlnguUh: 0 malarial I'
VALUAHLE: AS M.N .\- truck crops, geeeta which may bu 000 eggs. 2. Plant only good seed of tried WHERE ? Z.obruIIIII'WHO 'I

l.ltlN I U FERlIMEltIn treated in corrosive sublimate to Bay-About 1,100 acres in the varieties. Plant at least one bushel wa the Mtllboy of the 91nah.? "Colder Than Ice"MODERN
the strength of 1-1000 for the number per acre. I An these "elx' men"nerving you too f
Ray-About 1,400 acres are being Give
--- an opportunity by pl.eiogWEBSTERfS
M,; the practice: of crop rotation 1I n of minutes as designated. planted to fruits in the county this 3. Only rich well prepared land I'i

hi: farmer has at his command mean Cabbage, cauliflower kohl-rabi year. Tho watermelon acreage U should be planted. i ij SANITARY CONVENIENT

.. I whereby he can materially reducoacre mustard minutes rutabagas: and turnips, 15 being increased. I I. Use from 200 to 600 pounds ,I NEW INTERNATIONAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATIONFor

conts or increase the ouput of high-grade fertilizer at the time
I of his land, pays W. W. Weir, as- Cantaloupes, (cucumbers gourds Lih..rty-Va'innlc'.1 hogs. againstcholera ''of planting.: This should analyze DICTIONARY I I Home and Commerical Uses
and watermelons 10) minutes. for 12 different 11
people.ilamiltonAn about 855. When cotton Is
xorhite soil twhnolntfiHt/ of the United chopped @ I II
Tomato, and eggplant H In home,
pepper / your
stand nitrate of soda at
!States Department of Airncul-/ minutes.ItFSt'LI'S. ] extra amount of to a school, office, ,
ture Perhaps that fact is not news the rate of 75 to 100 pounds per I !I I .d I "
| fertilizer is being bought for corn. club, library. I J ''J. Seykora
to many farmers who have been i ; or) SIX'ESTSR'1'1'11 : : acre should be added, as a' side- This"SupremAuthority" II A.,, I .

using rotation in their crop system :ladiAon-J-'iv. hundred tons! of dressing.L. in aliknowledgeotferaservice. I

t ; they know it is a beneficialpractice. IISN(; cL:1'iCJm: fertilizer bought cooperatively bus Begin dusting or moppingwith I Sales & Service ..-, .;;:iik?[ .wtwl l <,,,,. Gainesville, Fla.

been delivered to date. poison syrup mixture when : I l Immediate constant, lasting trust

They be hQw'v..r.I Gainesville, F'llIridu.Florid.I Club hoys used 8-1-1 I fertilizer worthy. Answers all kinds of quea .: ,.... ,.....
II''! may surprised, an the largest squares arc about the lions. A century of developing, ------------ -

I says Mr/ Weir In learn that crop fai"'mr>rs who plan to raise hog and under, their cotton lust year, size of pens and repent every .1 I or 5 enlarging, and perfecting undur exacting --_ ... ---- ---

.il, rotation !ill nearly as effective in have meat in their own smokehousewill and 300 of the 500/ tons bought in ,days until June 10 or 15. The poison care and highest scholarship .I ------ .. -- -
Increasing sad, productivity as the be I Interested. I in some feeding the county this. year hn. been 8I.I. I. should be made (is t"lIowsIix: : Insures accuracy completeness, .

I use of maiiine 11.,1!< j 'umnll'l''illl fertilizers. results, obtained nt the AItI'lcultu..ulE"'lI'rinwnt 2 pounds of calcium arsenate in 1 compactness, authority.
Station here during the ,: 1 inr(; THE ('II ItUS Writ.for 0 samplo pate nl.I,.Nw Wordo.
Kutliorfore"! crop rotation gallon of water stirring until a epenmen ur at"gular' sad India. "0""" ". also SAY MR. FARMER
can be practiced\ usually with no past two )'('arll. A series! of six AIMIIIlS BEFORE: THE white paste is formed.. To this add) botlut namlnlt"Y.u.hI ors.B publiuieiun'ho Jury"wo.n.wiU..Mod.10 AMA r.thooo ;

I outlay of money, whereas the use experiments, under the supervision, IM'KSr.VIIO.N: ; : CIMJ\\S; 1 gallon of water stirring until a Mt of uckut DlaiC. |. 1 J

of commercial fertilizers require an of John :M Scott, animal l industrialist white paste is formed. To this add Springfi.ld. C.Uue MERRIAM U.S.A.CO.Ed. 1831 Do you want a complete fertilizer for all crops grownin

expenditure of money. have just been cI.. ecl. I Gainesville, Fla.-The citrus aphids '- 1 !gallon: of syrup and stir thoroughly. Bradford county a fertilizer made from sulphate of

A study of the* loinr-contmued soil I In the first tent 122 I II lire increasing! over the state Ammonia nitrate
pounds of :Mop every plant with this mixture tankage, of soda, murate of potash,
fertility experiments of this country shelled. corn and 17 pounds, of fish I and, in a few places] have reached. pressing the mop down onto high grade German sulphate of potash, goat manure
and r.nuflainl made by the l 11.- meal were required 100 dangerous! numbers. In most
I to produce the tip of every plant : and acid phosphate?
rlnrtnll'nt..rJ.ril'ulturc', has pounds of gain when these two I' groves only an occasional tree here 0. If there are many squares New to Then tryE.
Way Stop
t and there shows These
a colony.
brought out some important failsihnut feeds were feel in the proportion ofnine i punctured about the first of July
crop rotation in its relationto to one The hogs made an averaere i colonies, however, often contain the calcium arsenate dust shouldbe PAINTER'S "BRADFORD COUNTY SPECIAL"Guaranteed

t noil ptodiietivity. I In general, i daily /gain of 1.122 pounds. : very ninny aphids. These scattering '' applied every four or five days Night CoughingSimple Analysis

-ays MrVeir, they show Hint ro- Corn, nl]fulfil( l1I..ul111,1, e'otton- !' colonies of aphids can bo dealt repenting immediately when the' Ammonia not less than
i with effectively and cheap _________u_____ 4 Per cent
tiitiem without the. use of manure or se-e'il meal fed at the rate of very : dust is washed off by the rain.. Method Brings
"mn1l'rl'lIIl ft.rti.ors }t msnlys I two and, one and nine ly and measures should by all Quick Relief Potash, not less than ________________--__ 3 per cent

I .rri'i."t: In effe-iting crop, in- gave a daily one gum pounds of 1.1 respectively I II moans ho taken to keep the nphids, Ct'TWORMS MAY: GI\'K; For almost instant: relief from hack. Available Phosphoric Acid, not less than 7 1-2 per cent

iea-C'8 u* the use of fertilisers, which is slightly better than the from increasing and spreading, TROfltl.K IN: 'lOliUTO Ing, irritating, sleep.robbing night
without, rotation The bi-ni,>fieinl I turn used in tho first ri. says J. R. Watson, entomologistfor FIELDS: POISON KILLS coughing there is a very Dimple. treatment List Price $10.50;)( per ton f. o. b., Jacksonville Florida.
ffe,'ts of crop rotation' nn" different nt :{id.i,;: pciumN of Thehogs the Experiment Station.It ; which. often with a tingle: dose Cash with order $35.50; f. o. b., Starke or Lawtey.

from the beliefilx" derived fromthe '''of' alf.ilfa] IIwlIIlnll 41 corn pounds, 81 lb of1*. I is. much ensier to treat one Quincy Fla.-Cutworms cnusedconsiderable sleep Slops the all irritation whole night and through.permits sound Cur lots of 15: tons or more, $1.00( per ton less.
tree now than :2(10( or 300) in a fewweeks.
of fertilizers
use ; that whenhvu eottoiixee'el meal to make a gain 'if the {damage) to newly-set This treatment is based on the prescription For Sale by
Owing to unu.uall',
"' -" I fa i m practices 'are e'omliimtl IUO I .. pound' I in weight. Fish meal tobacco plants in Florida and Georgia known as Lr. King's New
the one niiutice mlds to the hawed up pretty well and ll1'at' condition of the trees during !: lust season and might possibly Discovery for Cough*. You simply take

"th..r. making the resultunt ill- rot so well in a third test in the winter and the active meni- repeat, this year, according to FS. one teaspoonful bedtime and hold J. L. HarrellLAWTEY
.. urea of most to push the throat for 15 20 ,
i rea ealmost twice that securedby winch the hogs required 3S2 pounds growers < Chamberlain, assistant entomologist it in or seconds

either practice used, alone of torn and 12 pound. of fish m..alf"r growth early, it now appears' insect investigations, U. S. has befureswallowtngit.a double action. It The not only prescript soothes ion
probable that in most FL.n .\.
a. On noils long under cultivation I 100) pounds, of gain against <63.1!:}: I I Ii flush of growsthe Department of Agriculture Mr. and heals soreness and irritation.but it

I highest yields) ) are possible only :i iwhen pounds of ('orllln,1 13{ : pounds of early growth Chamberlain says that heaviest infestations quickly removes the phlegm and congestion i
will .. _
get by without any materialdumago I I __,___.
rotation mad the which the real I
of of
use fer-j j me>at meal for tho same gain.I have been observed to are- cause
tilizers ore praetlce'd together i TMtnf. t U" ...I.l.l..n; # .." : from the aphids this seat follow mild l winters, nnd for that night coughing., : People who have not .
\ i ""v nit iitiiiii.ii>ii ui Immlto son, but; trees putting out late, and infestation slept well for nights are often surprised: 1

I'ISI-Jt.-'IIH:- : : 'lUt'CK I I the ration, of corn and fish meal especially tangerines, are liable to reason may not be as how quickly thissimplc.> method checks
heavy this but
spring is well for
hastens growth i Is brought in and banishes the
out suffer severe damage and growers i l coughing entire
CROP SEED: wlTn I COR- the results, of the fourth test. Two are urged to take careful measures tobacco growers to be prepared to I'I cough condition. completely.
1 KOSM: :: lots '' poison the cutworms. to prevent Dr. New is
SI'III.UI.\T1- of hog were fed corn and fish' to stamp out these incipient King's Discovery for
possible severe damage. :, chest colds hroat hoarseness 1 1{ .y -
cough ,
iiie-al, nine to one by weight. One colonies. This will be much / i sore 1'
I (Hy C i. I V. WKHER.)) ': of the lots received sknnmilk In adelition. 'I eh0aperthan It has been observed that cutworms bronchitis, spasmodic croup etc. f
Truck i /C..n'rllllCpraying/ or dusting.At Fine for children as well as
crop seeds should be diMInr..pol are most numerous on land grown.
The Belled ,
corn and fishinenl the time the
c present cheapest harmful drugs. Economical
d before they lire pbinte'el toprevent which has previously been covered ups-no
need-borne ', alone produced an average : and most effee.tivo way to deal with too, as the dose is only one teaspoon.ful. .
diseases' front I I daily agin of l.S!! pounds, nail 1 :tlequired these aphids is to dip them with a with green vegetation/ especiallyrye ) At all' good druggists. Ask forGETS
e'evelojiing on the seedhngM: The or oats. It is to
I 39! necessary
pounds of and
> coin II good contact i insecticide. Most of
; bent t" use for this have the land free of
'pounds of fish meal! for 100 pound'sf I' I tho colonies arc on voting trees green vegetation
f purpose is roiroiive suhlmmte. '' for at least CO clays before
?' gun. Tho hogs receiving skim-
and on the ends of the branches\
This infoe-tunt cum be piinhnsnlnt ) nulk in addition made tobacco plants are set to be reasonably DISCOVERY
an averageIhtily These can be bent over into n bucket
your local d ug store. It "h"II' sure of freedom from the pest
gain of t.RS ,
.be II I li.sKoKnl, in water to make n required| | :irj pounds pounds of corn, and :Iii it <( containing. Perhaps some soma of good the best insecticide. insecticides If the tobacco grower desires toKeep C o ri S w

solution to the strrrirth' of l-10'i' pounds of fish meal ami, 27.: pound for this purpose are a solution a cover crop on his land, untilho..tly u c A.I t
and the ,nerd ,onl.l I be Bunked,
in before
time the
"f Ilk lI"mik] setting ,
I this solution ,for varying 1"1'10,1. to produce 100) pounds ] of soap and nicotine sulphate .

of 11 gam. ] at the ratn of about one-half
inu I"p"C" / upon the kind ...
Dried. buttermilk and nkimmilk ounce of soap or a gallon of water
i>f seed. They should l then he rinsed
in t')11'at'' ",Vllt,..- IIr.1 I spread out war,. found to be n"olltunl in and a teaspoonful of Hlacklenf 10, QUICK HELP I ORO!
lii'ding, value of rerrisol.! In the
'o dry. They\ nm tbet ready' to when added" to a ri-: teaspoonful [
.Innt.Ceirrosivo. "turn of shelled. corn and fish meal. I IIi latter ca..e soap is not necessary i t BuickCould
1 .
subl'mnte' is deadly' n sixth experiment, shelled PRKl'AHK| ( : : 10 (' 'R.V7' Stand/k Test !

Olson nail. shou d! I bo handled I tc- ""I'll and shorts equal quantities 1. FOR LUMBAGO
\IEEiL'I'ItlllE< : :
rdingly. It can 1,0 purohiiMe-.l in l-\' weight, were fed. alone to< one U>tinel
t tin form of crystal! e>r In tablet,,, wenfed" with r per cent fish ON: CorinN TillS YEAR Buick has the only chassis built today that can

forr It a large quantity eif seed meal added, to n second lot. When Gainesville, """-Fla.- "Thirty-two Back at work three days the.hower wheels.bath" while the engine' r"nnina driita.5

"t. treated it would fed. alone, they produced an aerauo -
Ithe ere tai years' rxpciitnee' with the boll after simple home treatment"Give
mirchaso the poison In daily gain of .59! !) pound, and it ;weevil in the United States has Only Buick provides the design which can undergo such

rm. One ounce of crystals ,I.-<. n quired 314 pounds of ene-h feed to care built tod.y Buick
make 100 pound R'nin.'h..n fed'' shown that in wet years, irrespective Look for me relief! Stop this agony!"_ romp a.e protection of the alone ha. th.
jived In 7 1.2 gallon wader wl: :| of "S aled Ch...,." ana
the number of weevils that's "TripledcalCtJ
with fish going all'you can think of when you'resuffering tnginc" I
solution the strength .of mend, they produced
lake to an
i into hibernation, there has invariably it on the with any acute pain. '
1000. This will fa'iliUite tharocrgs. 'me-rago daily gain of .R:) pound l 4 "1
; Every Buick
and I been heavy loss resulting from dealer'scounter And you can If..t'r..liet-qulckly and I! operating part 1 I. .ealej" Inside
it a dlrt-tlcht
If only smu'.l required 221 pounds each of I I
quantitiesr I
completely-with o.l.tighi.w.tcr.i.Hht Iron
weevil activitysays M. R. Ensign r a very simple home orated l housing. The I
desired i urn and shorts and 2":; pounds fish "Triple Seal"air
f tho disinfectant arc its extension entomologist.! "For treatment."I ( cleaner, gasoline. filter, oil-tlter
bent to purchase the poison in meal to make 100 pounds gain in the past> two year In Florida/ dry was in bed with lumbaeo/'writes moisture out of the engine. ) keep dirt grit and

the form of tablets, then dissolveone I weight."Nn j hot weather has prevailed, daring C. L. Normandy of St. Paul. Minne-\ Road slush and

tablet in one pint of water and estimate has been made as |the critical period of the life of the I tl par sots "A friend told me about Sloan's '' and moisture grit cannot reach Buick vital. p.rt Rain
the solution of 1.1000 Is obtained. to what its cost to produce, a ,cotton n ; tr1y Liniment and after using it one day cannot cau.e abort ciKuit. In the Buick elect I
plant. Precipitatation tric.1
records I was able to walk around .y.ten Even the
the '
The disinfecting solution shoull1,I pt-unel' .of pork with any of the above I yWRIGLEYS house. spark plug are rrore reJ!
I for the past :33 years show After three days I was able to to 1
be made in crocks or wooden i itions. says Mr. Scott "due tn'' go Come la and .ee. with,
up |that for tho months of May and, work and now I'm as well as ever." your own eye. why Dukk
and never in metal con the fait that price of feed car are more du"enol..ble. motor
containers vary June there Is n tendency for n cycleof The reason that Sloan's Liniment Only.a BuuklhefEetterfBuick could stand Ih.
tainers. If mixed in rretal the .",. L'rimtlv in different parts' of the I wet and dry years alternating! gives such remarkable relief Is that it "shower bath" trattGT

lution will be weakened by the dl ,- I tau e. Enough Information has been The wettest years in the past have gets right at the cause of the pain. It

infecting agent sticking to the nu.- : given so that nnyone'intereated t can 1 l been 1890, 1900, lOOfi, 1910, 1919! stimulates the circulation throughout i'
tats de.I id I., for himself which would be the place where the pain is, and clears
I 11923. this
an Providing condition
to be trated should bo the most economical feed to for More out the germs that are causing it.
The seed use '
repeats in
1] as previous periods, wemay
Mee! loosely in a thin -lot:) bag ani pork produitiim. The amount rf look for :May and June of for your Right away you feel 1 relief. The mV ,8
pain and
stops! soon fit
Stir feed for 100 P K you are as
the solutoln. pound gain has been ,
Emerged I i this year and next to have mire money ever. Get; a bottle today and have It f K T
them occas Idnally with a stick to given, nnd from this can be figured I|than normal rainfall. and on hand. All eiruggisU$ cents.

loosen all air bubbles that may be ,'the cost of 100 pounds gain, using "It seems that the chances for tho .

hinging to them. Soak them for local feed prices.' I planting of a largo acreage of cot- the best t'eppermintChewing >.,4ae

tho number of minutes as designated "It can be seen from these ': I ton In 1928: in Florida are groats'I' Sweet forany Sloan.9sLinitne.nt LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY61 -
below. At the end of this time suits that good gains can be madel'': I t that tho chances for a season favorable

remove them from the disinfectant, with hogs when proper feeds are to the development of the money lit J. M. Smith, Manager,

rinse them In several charges of used." I boll weevil are equally bright; and, f, I I Kit US PAIN Baker. Bradford Columbia and Union Counties


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HAMPTON tract of Inni) ennM-ro! to Martha French ,i, lot of the heirs of Sara Carmicrmel' to tOR'"h.r with unrt-cordi d rh.mnrl.\ t.1 catute then in pending between the'coniplainant I' ..1.. In the D.dor County T.\.ph.\ : South half rsi.i nf th* Northwest -

hy dti>d from nil Vnlailo dated 1 Ft.b.la"'I'place. of bewin/iind. b'ln. the Mm* prop.rty .. on a printing pr*'* nnd other pi>rnonI > I.avley Slat. Bank, a corinirntion a .weekly n'\I'.I' u.neral clrculatlnn, i inuldishrd nun rter i NW111 of t heNortbuiHt

IK! 1R81. and neorded amonir the former ,i iplilillc rt.nvrvid by Carl Noble, as Si>ecintMnnt .1 I rrttperty ; nnd nt'.>rii>t the dffcndnnU. J. B. In Rtarke, Hrn.lfor.1 eunl,. KlorIdn -* 4 nrtir ( MCI 41 and
Hampton April 1.-Mrs. D. L. Ccinnmny. PromiBBory note ma reeordu of Dtivul nln.". Florida. I r The American Tr..t a 1" and Hittt.n we. nnd Hnrlow I 'lip (
"I. lt
Bugry: and son D. L. Jr., who have In Hind Honk "Afl". at pnne, H7 : Mnnln. !" 0..r'I.n, '( \dmlnlstrator. of the EBtnti September, a, i'H4' in the um of Intll Hank a WITNESS tho Itctnurable Judire of thePMhtli : North half ( Nl '' of ttuN >

thonrc Smith' tf'.I.h (fix torn- of 1."r"! e P Murkilllo. 0..1.. bydivd On. Humlri'd "ln..(llOOOOi.' pajablr to Thi'1.ol C..nI Special. Master. Judicial Circuit Cimrt. ami 1 thi off <*rtliv%< At ip arler lNWU4t of thdNMth.ii

been visiting Mr. Bugg's parents ty-i'iyht CHi' PoiitlivB. ., corner '. N"'rhl.. ft. 101"" .. ( S A I 11" ,Ln--ilu-r uith' unrc n""II.n., cause, nno..I"nl.d' px.
Mr. and !Sirs. ''''nt. Bugtf. have returned "f .nil! triiet : thmriWeal thn. hundred' in Ileid, Rook 1.1. pair* 8fi7, of the curn .rdc'il eh..1 morticnire on crop.T'mmiMHory Motidnv'p.h'l'd the. Rth day' of "rl as hl Hlirnnlim, *. this the :<, ., of Tweulithne < M T'-wnvin..

to their home in WiMwoml, r "-lmm .I'lllii' fift. ih.iiN. Vintli flfic'lulit \ '' nt public, record. of Duvnl County. Florida note, joint. nnd. BCml mndi-, .. A wi. .n 192A. ih.rlnff th* Ivitftl hour* \.h. D UO.fl ;, Kie > .51.h.ln.\ twrntv-eluht links and also by G F. l.rkll. ..nJ.,\ S Price. datedrebruiuy \.1"*, bei'urv the court house door In w AnnRMXN ((23)) Kitut Conlainlnif In all

D. W. Swindle of ShulI.t.'a' rnrnllil with .the firnl linn I".reof I Hlir Tin follouinir JudKment and other 1110.> in the *um of Fifty, sinrl.t Hmdf. < rd County, tbe (I.rl Circuit Court, lr.d. 18<" ncrrs. morv or IVXHlU'fetidanta
rotulimir rr k' > nnidinik PoltnrB ($3M ). '(8'n"l. t. l.nke ButliT t.'lo.lon. .01 iSK\M: ford County, .
transuding business here tint tl..r F.t .I"n. I i"i"< rn Hank.IVficlcmy. folio wintr docrlbrd. lands.. In
in .thi. uiint of CREWS.itllcltur Hull Tft (Inlet Title
cnntalnirii A 8. .
Bradford Count. Plor.da. to tho hlwheatbidder
b'"lnnlne. cntc-red June IS. 1117
week. ? tlnriv llui' Keren, less, anil, 1> ficiem-v Perree dc-oree auiiini,t O W JohiiB. for f..r CumplaEnant 3-It-Gt-.-- Order nf |*iihbcntlimT
'..Inv ,I. in tin mm of Four Hundred Ninetythreeand In the Bum of Oie Thii .and one Hundrmt ..1. 10..1: Mnrtba C l-rink nnd 1
'milMl hushnnd.
thn -i-ii.
Mr. and Mrs. N. \V. :llcLcd.'ho! on Knnt by t the Inntlii \.' rtafn! *B f vt "
recordidit land y
28-100 dollar* ($ and and 1 iwcnty-eiuht" { nnd ) PollnmiUJK' bln"
'f' ,
18.2M' C. l-'ntilt Solomon II )
v "f Mr. Miirv Vnr1 "L.'railh 51.1"0 i. HIM Tiomiinan un*
vi Mr. and! :MI-M. oJ. i"i f" I'un-f of Hook Minute" ofih rii.' In the 1"0 feet En Suutluvest, ..rn. Hlock 4, inihn Nil I UK
have been itint? II 1> 'InniU lf of .
t. n.w. t Florida' better de.imbed
.lui I. the lan.l.'. :I I c"I." Court for Ur.,1 County' the \m," 'l'rIO lti'iiinnw Ia" A l'ii l > and W C M.-t.ttl and
have returned irmnrlv'
to I
B. Peeples theirhome ".r the Went 76 fwl l.ot .Itidlc nl rirciiit.Ittndfnrd .
.f .. anil th ", Vdmlnt 'lrntor of Fnitite of CJ KMi.iklllie I. on Tn Citcuti rourt t ritrhtli Mifi. M r M ( ..1I. If nltc nnd (f dead, tollulr
on IIT Hlir
at Dukes. Fi'n'I. !nth avraii.nl, ';. \V. .lobnn find ". in HKick4. In tbe Town of Lawtey. Fl.rtda Countv.. Kloritla. In Chintcery.Vonda .
Piit anil D ficfency Decre entered Janunry 12, unKm> n heirs, tlovisie* leuaUM*). ortrianti
of the
'r. h.lno ,iiart Mtn .lohtiH' Hiiid '. fu. n" .decree, mA sale to tv mud*' rnrHiiaut to nnd K I hm.iin. In I In"r
'lindrirl. flrnni 1117. in tho sum of Three and 76-100 Dollars < i" .WI r"h es1'it
J. P. Haner will and 'Inn.l 1
Elder preach at t.i Mnr>. Miirkillle by mime rcconli-il conMywl i iniionu i' <"i 1 I.7fl \I. nnd n.corded on paict. 4T't of beintr entered on September, 2, 101f. nndrecordvd for. .the sntinfaclixn, .r said docreo. withcosts and Hy (t M. lumnn, her ". Mm thn P Pr.nk and btisbsnd. Lucius

the Christian church net Sunday il t mid p"hl. nvonlii d''d, in 1).1! Honk Six of the Minutes uf the* CircuitCourt in Mnuito INk, A. '. oftbe 11 lid, Next Friend. I ICom"I.ln.nl r lrink. S 1'ublte HecordiH K. M JOHNS. ;, i Stephen \ Halley and wife, Cath
morning and evening. n"k ut rate niSentnd for ,.do,1 County, Florldn : J"d..1 County" *
11' Special MuHter .
I Florida ; ; Chanoi-ry VBFlrlda erlno A. Hu ley nnd W. C. MrGill and
Misses Catherine and Margaret Tract I Deficiency, Dorre* .ntor January lHIfl" ,, P for tbe P K. KNIGHT.Solicitor Itaitroad,' Compnny. Aife
The fnllowinK Inml. *.r..n.. Decree Bum of Two a corporaUon ;, M C McGlll, d< reasM| or otherwise,
accompanied Uninn m llradfonl and in the .um of Fl. lunlr', T..n..} Hundred. Twenty-Mix tnd ::16., Dollar* for Complainant ft-5-4t.42.NOTICK et al. m the property situate In Bradford County,
Packham by .
a number Pol"I I' 3 > recordedon ,
(onnfl. nnd :\17-100 urn
iii.'rt am) entered avainnt J. Tuon In ivfendanta.Order Hcrida and hereinafter dicribcd :

of friends from Wai Jo, were In All Townnhln T".h.Fixe ((51)((121 South of.Sietlon Ttnnirv 5Slt ra> paue 474 of Rook for Six Bradford of the Minute, '. the foreclooure pult b.h. by I Th* AmrrIcan TO I>FRTORA AND CKKDITONH of I'"hl.n. Notice to Known To all IK rstms tmvinii or clauninir any

Tisitora to Paradise! last Sunday.Rer. 120 Fa.t. lhi name property Twenty heret4i- of Florida the CI.ul. (our Co.nt. Tmut Company, HB AdminlKtrntorof Notice is hereby g-ivrn that all e..h.o. and l1nknn.n I.I..danl In Suit to UntetI lnterent In tho following drscnltrd lantls. (
"In. the Ktate of G. F, MitrkU.e! I to-wit
fore .. I anainvt J. lenatres, duttribiitera and nil having I llle, Ktc. :
York of Waldo will fill E M Johnii a> Sixvlal' Peer entered January t 2. If. .on. of the i Beirm at the Si ntheant ofTrinniiular
Miwter to The American Deficiency *?. TiBon. et al.) entered on the 16th dayof claims, ait at nut the entate of J. <>. It anpiarlnR, from the alienations > corner
his regular appointment at tho a rorporntlon. Admlnlntratoe T.w. Company '11017.! In the sum of One Thousnnit, Five I June, 1920. and recorde l In the PublicKecordB Cherry, deceased. 'lat of Bradford County. I sworn bill of "ornplnint, In the above cause, Iot One ( U of the
of the
of EstMte ( Hundred Forty-four and 80-100 Dollam of NaMinu Count,. Florida ; hereby required to. t resent their claims I that' the sue. residence or place of businossof Town of Lawt >y, accordlnv to
Methodist church next Sunday i.onre F M..ktl. deeea ed. hy :: ( .30)) and recorded 472 of .r Railroad or pint the roof the
(11644 on pace PromiBBory noto made J. L Hln ch duly auth .nll. to county judue of the dffendanta tbe Florida map mm same
morning and evening.Mr. ,1..0 dnled Bnolt .1.nunr . rune 87 of the '
ordB. of 21 'I C.ur for Bradford County. FI.lla. Two l.nd. 1.1.. ($200 00)). He- from dat*. or this notice will be held .fit I N Jones. C. M SparVman, Thomas of the clerk of the Circuit
J. J. Brannen and County. Florida l
family, rdoo .1.0 I cured by 1 ". uwn t \. and Martha K\erly bla wife. Rdwnrd Court of Bradford County. Florida
A division, .. Deficiency Decree entered January 12. m. ) ".nl. thereto, and all |"mom tndt bttsl tosatd F.vt-rly
the of Mrs. Branncn'slister enial .rhn. to the five head of .. deBrrihi.d. Bafd N Plckerson and Mary CarolineDirkrmnn in Dceii Hook "C", on paire 1
were guests noi'ernment SurvrT of 1017. In the sum of Two Hundred 'U. eetate am ivguind, i y their .
fourth .00)) -:J.a I unite nciirded! In Mortvaiie Book 79 di-bt forthwith.Thta > ..10 his The Florida Land and run Southerly atonic the west
Mrs. A. L. Sullivan last Mon of Northeant fourth of wtlon 'tno-100, Dollars (f260 and onpnire b.lno ; t. .n
i-1 of State Street Kl ht Hundred
Twenty-two the M'mitct ratre of the Public lU-corda of DualCounty > llth ImiulKralton (' a "'ratii n. we
(22)). Townnhlp Fl e (B South 47AHook Six of of the day of February. A. n 1928.I .m.n. enri .
) of Kaniie and Sixty (H00 feet to the
.. day.Miss Twenty-two (Ml.\ Eait. moro paHlculsrly: i I Crul Court for Bradford County, Flor 'I Florida\ : i iA I I W. J. EPPERON. .1 I I'""r.n. S. F. Meyer and Company. IIB Northwest corner of Htnte and

Daisy Moore, who has been ,1.,1.0 Inln.: ( at the : I. : part Intercut In "lake Buthr n 1 Sheriff, .Admln.Htrator .tl. of | Hawk and S. M 1.wk. H. C. Jackson Street* ; thence W *triyalivnv
.mm.n.ln. I *' If in
J. O. N. W. Ifsckett. or
in Clearwater for several months No.h".t| f' A'u.hwr. nilarter of Deficiency Deere* entered .T.nl. 12. frlKcrator' Company a partnmhip Cherry, d. 1-12.11.'V Tbompson. Ivln. thi* North edire of *aid
,' twwn O. F. Markillie and II. J. Stewart exlMtance. are all unknown to ,0h..lnn'
*" ouartrr
1 N.rh of Twentv-two 1017. In the sum m Two Hundred Forty- Jackson Strtvta On* Thousand One
pent the week-end with her parnts I, Township Fl.-e (15).South of Ranis I' (.n. and 70-100 Dollars ($241' 70 nnd, recorded A I of the rlttht title and IhtercBt of NOT1CBIn I and tbat there Is no person In the State service Hundred and Sixty < 11 0 fm-t tothn

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. Twenty-two' '1221) Eaut. and ,"nnln. thene on pan. 471 of Rook 6 of the Minutes .aid, admmiBtratur In the deBcnbrd f'I.hl., known to complainant ,11. West line of an alley, ninnintiniitlway
rol..ino whom the
.t Iwi.ntv-nlx and '. rod. 1 of thi. Court for i located' Alachim of a Btibpoena' upon ". between *I rove and Pine
Among the many recent improvements ; or South.wn'hlr'sixty rod* more mol or I County, (1..1; D.a"o.d County.rrp"I : .no blno quarter tb Olrciilt Court, El"hth Judicial'! .in il .h.r.noan''., or either of .h.m. and Strerts t thence) Northerly alone

in our town is the painting 1 less, :h.n'w.: twrntv-e.1* and twothlrdu i. Deficiency Decree, entered January 12 I I'' of Section Flo'o.. ..' N.rl..t lou'h.' Knnire |' (i.ull Bradford Coun.,. Florida. In I that .I.I.t by complainant tbat the the Wt t cdue nf aaid alley Eliihtllundretl

rods more or less, Ih'nr. nnth sixty I 1917 In the sum of Four H.n'\.d\ Seventy'five I I 18 Ea.t, by. reason .I. thnt BBlrnment -.- named di 'A are i".t.1 In thoproperty and Sixty (HflO) fet, t >
of the residence of Prof C. T. Law- rod* more or lf... I' and 49-100 Pollnrs
!borne, on Church St., and the larir.' Alo s one-fourth (.."n'' division\ accordI;I I corded on pane 4fl9 of Rook of the Minute Stephens G. F, MnrMllle. dated, April Complainant. t ant alleuea that. .hs does ,' know >t One ( U thenoe> Knitterly alonw
Inir to fTovernment *. hy diliuent B, nrrh and, In'II., ha. not been the Hoiith line of said I-ot One 11
S. but
of the of the Circuit Court for UrndfordCountv 191 Mny 2. I 1911. ,
residence on Main St., which belongs Snutnwivt fourth of .u".o the Northeant fourth.m. Florida : I IDeficlenev .n.1 '," in.knowl'0 Tien and An- vaTho Bide tn ascertnin sny of the, said vine Thousand One Hundred and
to C. F. Gould. of Sivlion Twenty-two \ 0.1,0 Florida I and nnd Immigration Compnny. fendanta'., whose ntre. residence or place Stvty ( UHOI ffet to point of bHinniiiK. -
((22)) Ivlnu dlnctly Decree (.nt 'red ft brunry 12 S, PBK* H6 of tbe "
cornorfltlon. at.
enxt of aho\e nWerlhed, trnct and. of the 1""(',. In the sum *,f One Thounnnd NlnnHundred lic ."od. of Alarhna Countv' Florida.,! a et t I of business Is ntleurd. as unknown, l I. ,di,'adnr Abto Piauonal Ixit One ((1 *

Mrs. W. R. Ropor wn husino..** wnme ,lm.n.lon. nnd areahnlnir the Sevente.irht. nnd. 12-100 Didlum or by reiwnn of n deed, to n F Markillie iVfi'ndanta. i I' alive, or In .evtstanct' or nut, and It IstU >f the t.>wn of Lawty, aocordinir to

visitor to Jackson\ille last Friday.Kev. "' .. conveyed, ty E. M Ji.hns as Speclnl .m.- ( $lt7H I lift' anil recorded' on pnire l.y .luhn I 1..1. dated Janunry, I10U, Bill to Quirt Title >ired In the swoi-n bill of eomplnlnt that map or plat thereof as same apmam -

Mnnter to Tlie American Trunt Compnny 44 of Rook Six of the Minute* of the nnd ... ",' Book HI, pauo 804.of It Appearing, by tho sworn bill of eom- Bin belU'trs that there. are pet-sunn, firmsand of record In the office of thai'lerk

W. B. Hicks pastor of the a eorpnrntlun Admlnlmrstor of J i Circuit Court for r"o..1 County, Florida ,the p"I.I.. rccordii of Alnchua County.' plaint fili tn the above cause, whirh' .corporations"., tntertwti'd tn the Bald of tho Circuit Court of Brs.ifi.nl -

First Baptist church of Hampton I the F.tnle, of O F. dncenied. : Florida.An rnuHe In one. to remove clotnl. from title and t ,properv Involved In this milt whoxo namenue County. Flcirldn. In Peed Bm k
diiled Morkll. reslilince, or place of biuiini>sB Is f" on pH to II. A Mo the South fllulf
.June .
4. 11IT., In need Pi cree entered .Tnnuarv 12.I quiet, the titlu of the complaint tn tin* .n.
1..t.h.nn onp-hRlf
filled his regular appointment here I lli .k 21. B2 .nr..d .nI".o Intertnt one < known complainant" nnd In said. it'll ( SI-.M of the Norlhweat quartrr -
pnire of the 110 .0.1. 11. aum nf Elvl 1In".1" ". .v..n'v..1 made bv IMU Inndri tlmt' art* "dierrihtd in the said bill of ; hil
Brannonnnd .
last Sunday. "f Rradfnril Tolinly., Florldn' ,. .Ofl.lflO fol.. ( IRI. anill n..o dated Cmnplalnt. thnt the S1.." riff of BradfordCount f IB ,prnved n""lno.".1 known .n.1. unknown | NW4 uf the Nnrthea tniarter
Jfi. 1'tOH
1.1. ( NK1-4 and the
L. K. Owens and father \\'. K. Section The North Eluhteen' half of Lot Eleven (11> of1'l I ,'o..d, nn pane "nol fl of theMmutea for the Ir.nn.n.Thr. Hundred Janunry and Kif'y 1., Florida. has matte return m.ontbe di t'n.I"t. I'orsons, firms and corliornlions Knl Threeiuarter] l E 51of
(I1") in of thi
Tiiwn.hlp Fl"' Circuit .
e ( duly
Col" fmooo: ) mimmons ,
r."oro 1. pnynlde A D An- II 'h.y thn North Half
Owens who have been employed 'iiii\ Soulh of Rnniip Twenty f2O> Eiu, .. contnlnlnir I..m'v. Florida i I..la.. Becurud I by, inoiluaife' .on nnl e.ti .te *.,1.."..., 'tlmt the suid 4ii'>"nons In Chan* TIFIF.ORF It In ordrrixl\, tbnt all per ( Nl-2> of the Northwest quarter

by the S. A. L. I K. R. Co., to plac-e th forty ncrrn of land more or ... 1'In ficlencv Picreo entered Mny 2, 1117 In leaMorl County, ncordid In Mortuairv. eery IB unexecuted' and cm tint be served ..n., t.. .I"n. nm'in this ( NW1-4)) of tho Northeant quarter
"In. (' nnme property eonv.yt by E. the RUTH of Three Hundred Sixtyonenml pntte 214. of tbp public .- upon the Florida Land and 1 Immittrntion llvlna or In ..I..ne.i If cl..c ( NKt-4)) of Heetlon Twenty.three
a siding here have finished their M Johns'rnml n* Special' M... InTh. Amnrieiin 37-100 n.ln. f 1 0 l mi.. nnd reeordid ,- 0.1.10,1 of Bradford County t'I..lo. which. Company, a .''I".lun. one of thu defendants n.t. In etisiancci. then his, her ,. . Townnhlp Five (K> South

work and removed to Maci lenny, l I'I'.Y.' a ciirpt.riition.' Adm n- on I.nv. a Ronk Six I nf the Minutes BMld one-hnlf Interest win .., toBaul named .. bi of (n""I.lnt. owinu It* unknown heirs.
where will do Minted-lrator. of 'the E.tnte of O. F M/kll. I of.the, Circuit Court tor Rrinlford County, AitmlnUtrator by Aiwiirnnient. .0'.1..1. tn .the failure, of ,1 "" .. 0iiec.>sBori nnd nsslvns, and to all persons In all El hty (HO) acre*,
they additional
work i I .Innnar 1st. 1017 and "or"" Florida. In ABHi and firms and corporatlona. bavlnir or
rnment 11.k 2. ixiwe M 2. of the to elect officers or npimtnt. "'" More or less
for the Co. onl Pivd. inok 21 pane 87B. of the Public. R," .r'el.n.' picree entered Fibrnnrv 12. I'tiblla n.... l.rmlford Count,. Flor uwititf, to tbe ralur of said .orealol tolmn dn.nln. any intvrent In thime certainliiercn You and each of you. are hereby required

Mrs. F. Gould '1, tradr.d County, Florida ; aim" I'' aum of Four Hundred EI.h..n ida.. within of it an officer I. or parcels of land. ly'ntr' andbeinic to appear before the flrnult Court
C. and The .
daughter, N"thw. quarter of the Southwest 40.100 Pollnra (f 119401.' and
I '.or.l. or a if en t upon whom process can In Rrndfonl county. State, of Florida, of the Ktithth Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Mrs. M. G. quarter of .ths Southwest ofiSiKMInn pit t in the Mmulea of the Circuit Court for I II I'rml..or note mnde by J. I!. Tison b
May who have ql.rl.1 that and of Bradford, on before the
.. and It appiarlnn process known County or
lwel'spending ; "
,: en.I .t"low"Th.
1 d.crlbt
1A. ,
2". ami the to F
Northiaxt of Rnlier Floridn I I IPt'fcii .bunr r..bl. "v
quarter 1.
I ; : I 1 served upon aald corporation 0' Northwestqunrter Mn lav of April, A. P.. 192(1( the BAHUbelnir
the winter here of
left last Northeast
the Southinst of the Southeast ncy'Yrc. entered October 5, 1117 alter date' In the aumof Quarter'
.uar. .lilofficer rule day, at tbe Court House ofsnfd
'the failure of said corporation' to
Wednesday for Silver Lane, Conn., quarter of ". and oomm.n.ln. at In 'h. *um A..n Hundred Ninety-nine I, One Thousand V.ln. ( $1,00000)The ) and owlnic to I of Section Thlet.Flv 136)) AlioLots County, to answer a Bill of Complaint
appoint aicenta
Southwest corner of Section runnlnB and 1H-100 nollarn ((1701) 1R>, anil, rcnrdcd above d ear r I bed property will be or have Five <11.) Six <1f. Seven (?>. F.fvht i fded aualnat In aald Court by th.
and Washington, IJ. C., where they North Section line In the failure of said ..r".lon to (HI. Nine ( ). Ten ( ). Rleven ( | yon
on four hundred Chancery 0,1.. Hook B. pan* | ]| offered for anle and on the following Oi. I above named Complainant* wherein they
f"r .010 officer
lave reservations awaiting them. I and twenty feet Io a point of beninnlnic. thn Current I'uhlio Hi-eordii of IJuvnl\ Cunnty i i ti-rma nnd condition* wlthm the State' of .'I.el.l. be aerved.and Twelve ((12)). Thirteen UI.> and ,I seek to have their title to the lands here-
thence Km a"ent upon, whom proresa can and l elnic In the HouthenHtquarter
tx and r. ,-.. Florida ((14t. >
hln"ro" ninety i 1"ln. Inn hove d *ri lied quieted In them otherwlni
l -
\ Cortez and Elizabeth I thence North two hundred and forty feet, Pi'firloncy I pMree entered j I I The InndB above litted under the "Flmt that there ta no p&nn In the State Houthesjit quarter. SectionTwentyNine
.Tanunry 24. ) the Blleimt.nns of said Hill will .
Douglass of Macon I thence west thirteen Tmct" will be sold\ totrethrr one unit, of the .,'rvlc. of a subpoena nvnn ((29)) and known Everly'sddltlnn >
Gn., are the hund..d and twentyi 101 In the aum of Six Hundred Thirty-I Flolo. itatsu I Utkcn as eon f eased by you.It .
I and
nnd the lands and other aboveImlcd
of their i I ICaldwell. r'ol. thence South' two hun.Ire.I. and forty four anil 15-inn Dollar I Ofi'H III, anil ncnnlnl : property" .ho' .".Id bind said corporation t to Town of Starke; Alno a part Is further ordered that this order b
truest Mrs lalina ,'con" Tr.. will HkewtBOho ofeomplnlnt
aunt under "
,, thence Kant from 'h. sworn R of land l, comtnenrlnu at
six hundred bi of Six .
f. 1 and sixty' In Chanerry Order' Rook B. .pn..ln. ( > arrea I published onre rach week for four ((4cnnneriitlve >
feet to the of .n.o' Bold totiether. BB one unit. but the land above eauae, that Ih.residence Nnrtheant of land formerly [
j point beirlnninic. and bi'inir I7B. of th, Current Kivorda of lii. I'under .1. the corner weeks as tn the above named
in Sections and I'"bl. the "Klrnt Tract" will be offeredfur of defendanta' Ih..ln n.m.d. ownml T. W Hweat anil Kiut to aUno
Mrs. Carver and "'n'y..I. twentv-even allHhovo \al Countv.' Florida : by run PefendanU In the Bradford County T bitrnph >
son. Billy, of | dencrihed Innds being- in Towniihip Pi'flclenev Piree entpred November J0.! Bate and Hold Bepnrritely,. from the l.n.l. to-witt, 11. Florida Land and Immlirratlon 1 dlvldlnir Sections Twenty-Flu andTwentyNine a newwpaper of Reneral eirculatloT>

Jacksonvie. are the gu..stl of Fl... South of Range twenty.two East., 1'I7.!' : In the Hum, of Eiuhtv-eluht' anil 17. |!' and property under the ''Second Traet. Company, a corporation. J.m. T. Soul> thenee run Smith on Section, published In said County and StnteWH'NK.1S

cousin Mrs. J. Frank and eonl..nln. twentynilx ..r. more less. 'UiO Pollarn 'IJ>"M and. .npordi-il In All property' to be Bold on the bntn of onetblrd o and John McRae. .Trusteca for Flor- line 220 .1.. thence West 'to Southeast my band and the seal of thi-
Carver 17. earth with. tbe Inthren .
h.ln. th. same 'op..t .conveyed by E. Chancery,' Onler IS. paint 7n,. of the i h"I..o .i Railroad' omp.n,. a corporation.Willis 'i corner of I.nl formerly owmd by T W. Court thia Ut day of Mareh. A D IflUftO.
Johnson. I ., as Master, The Current Ri.cordn of Duval '.. muni In..alm..nt In one, two and\ A. Ball. Irene M. Ball his wifo. J. Sweat, .h'nrrN.rh to atarilntf point, containing W. ALPKRM\N

Mr. Tracey Baker of Lake American Trust Cnmpnny. a .npo'.tlon.t Flnrldn' 1'.11. ('' I, tbre. ,"nr. .Ih. In.o.1. nt the rate. of'neven K. .. J. M Jon.. ranny' Jones his 'u' ( acres more or lees. In Clerk of the Cireult Court

r..I'1| n. Administrator cf> the Estate of G. P. I Hificleney Dec-roe enteri'il March 12. per cent annum, p..nhl. "eml- wife. P O. Garvlna un ,pawtor In char e Section Twenty-Nine, <29t. all of the nbmt.hilnir By C. A KNIGHT.

(va was a business visitor htrc I I M.k'II. deceased, by deed.fluted January 1"2I. In tho 'um of Thrrr Hundri'il KlvhtyIhreo nnniially, (n-cured bv a ,."r.h.e money and the pa"tor of the American M. FChurch In Township Six ((6)). South I tun weTwentytwo Deputy Clerk

last Monday i iK. 111. and recoriled In Peed Rnok 23.I.a" and MO.II] <> V.ln. OIH'IHOI .. .r.l.| mort vane, In accordance Ih. pmvlninnB and O Prf8prlch Individuallydoinic ((22)) E8t I KFORD A HROWN
I'ulillc Kecorda of Bradford cil in Bad decree. All prmonB biddinir business a* O A Company
I, 1 pntre n)2of ) n 1.,1.1 Do appear to I of eomplnlnt filed %)hritors for Complainants,
A. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva County. Florida : also the Current 1.hl.f..k .t of Duval on liind* nln". 1..1) .un.I'r Hi'',! and Mrs. Louisa 1.1.. .. all unknown In cause, on hi ..> the Fifth day I'I 'Inmpa. Florida

was in our town Friday he was on The Sou'hw. q..r..r of the North.CHM County. .10,10. : I i Tract". .hnl .1"I.o.1 .I'h Commiivlonei .' and that ''h'r n. person In the of ,10 A. D. 1U2A o, o.hor.I.. 11. alletra- r
check. AI.I
.iiiarter, of (2S Ten .n.h. .rl",1" or r..ll. State. of Florida the aorvlco of n eiibpoeneupon OF FI.OBIOA.
his shol T.en..lv ( ) tne .pl.1 afock of Lake .t tho snlil bill will bo .. con- RTATF
to Jacksonville visit .
way to Township Five ', 11.. Riitler Hank a unili.r ,the Inwn 'i iof for JJ60 00 on b.rnr..I.I.ln" tit Biieh whom would bind aald o..r.no.n.. I" attatnst COUNTY OF BRADFORD
ffsiud you.U
his wife Mrs. E, A, Kennedy who Twenty-one 1211. FsHt eont.lnln. in the State nf ".. Ity I, KHI'' und all bidder .hll m.k. Himltnr and. that it Is hi.liiwed by the Is further ordered thnt this notice' fptildished I IIFKRHY CKIITIFY that the forevolnu
nil forty acres Stock 11".1.1. .P..II.c ()< imslt of 11''0 Oil' on .\.llno nnthe snid named defendants whose rem* and of the
3s ill. more : ex Certificate The that the nnce a week for four con..el'lv.' | Is a true correct copy original
very c.t one acre to th. Church ; beinit the Americnn TruHt Company aa Adminiatratornf property" alwve liwted .n,1 itencos and aifea are unknown to complainanl. weeks, In the Urndford I County Tileuraith.a order of publication mnde tn sa
A. A. McDonald of Switzerland .am. properly conveyed by E. M Johns, the KMate' of C. F Marklllie.Tromlnaory Traet. '. the 0..1 of the nticrfHi.fiil bidderto are Intonstirt' In the property Involved weekly newspaper of iioneral circulation.; | un fib* In my offlre
as Special Master, The American Trust 1 n""I.1" | .n II.canh payment on the In and. tbat Complainant doe* not 1 STARKE. FLOIUPA. March 1st. A. D
Is spending this week with friends' Company, a t Administrator note. not under Heal, made purchase .of propt-rtv. and 'tbe de- 111.and,11. not been able to ascertain p"IU.h.. In l'ak.' Bradford .ount,. Flor 192(I.
corp.I"n. a by A
and relatives here. of the ,11. Craufnrd\ and 1ink.y Craw of nil unHilcceimftil bidderB to t> G W ATPttRMAN
deceased, defendants
F.'O .I. of ald known are
Marklh. fonl,. 2B IH07, the wh..h.r any > WITNESS the HrmorHble Judira of the
.Tanuary sum I to Any sale' made' ehull
by deed listed January mini recorded Ih.m. Clerk nf th* Circuit Court.By .
W. P. Hicks who is of di nd or ,
attending i JII. Sixty dollan '0.001. payabln Fl hth' Judicial clrriilt and the official
] to conftrmution of the court.FRANK .lve eOr.
in l IVod A
I 21. of tho I .IJ.t IB that the C KNIGHT.1ft5t42 .
Rk Duncan and o.d..d .10 .
aeal of the Clerk
ichool at loicether wllh that HMFF ,
the M.rkll.
I'uhlic Kecords .nur. Clerk.
spent Deputy
County, Flor-I .. heretofore
Gainesvip. B.dro.d known defendants "
certain real eHtalf* in Hra.1' .10. well his this the ofMnrch.
week-end Mr. and !I ida : also |1 m"r".vo )1 FI"/RF ed In this If and if allparties .
parents date with 0..1. .
even the note W. oI'r. A. D. 1916
The w. half of the Northeast Oilr nl I RICI.IUO: Interesta under paid NOTICE OF APPLICATIOV FOR TAXI
Mrs. W. B. Hicks. I also" East half of Northwest qunror. j! : In Rook M"I pawe S.10, of a. .nl.4.2a. C.mml."n." .1.lmln. aforesaid.di O W. Af.PFRMAN.
| G"1 he Public RecordN of Itradford County. I I I known and named d.t.n.l.nt I>FI> ITNDKK BRCTION 579 or
I the .Southwest Clirk Circuit Court, Brad-
Strong of N. II. |, GI'T.e1 NorthwestJfltiartcr Florida .ceased or o..h.'wi.*. and that all pcraonswhomsoever
I'alnncl flmiy. NOTICE
In Thirteen. Township ( \ ford County.' Florida. TUB GKNKRAL 8TATUTK9
5"11 that may be or are In".I.dIn ISFM.
note June fl. IDOft In'
the Mr. I.t.d
are guests parents 1..II.or
Ramie the [ .
South. also
; .
N..n Involved In -
4nd,I Mrs. Thomas Dynl" this week. Southi'nHt Section q"t.FoDrUi'n., of the N.rh.... ql.rw.Sov.n<h. ,, hv I P..lm F McDonald Forty Dollar.and .1. FT'11000)Mn n.)'...mn".1 I|I In, the'Circuit Circuit, Court in And of Flnrliln For Bradford EI"h'hJ.d.lnl Bribed property a follows lying 111. "I.no InBradford Solicitor for Comnlal-ant 3-D 6t-4 8. I on Hi purchaser n by notice of IB Tut(riven Sain that Tf Certificate G Mas**

Mrs. I. S. Wesley of Waldo wa* .1,1 to n F Mnrliillie. touither with Count In County. .I.rhl., ".wl:
Kanire Nineteen EaMt, enn..inln. in Snle Il I I I Chnnrry.Luln Tho Northeast HoiithmtTinner number respectively 2 1 nnd 2RA Insurd bytho

a visitor here thi we<..k.H all 24(1 acrts 1'ln. the propi, rtytonveyed ..ifl IMOT. on ptrnonal property o..d Yarn and Tideni. Ynrn her hunbani), c.f ..k.n q".I.( Townnhip South.Hnnite ( <>MMISHK\Hfh HAI K Tax Collector of Bradford County.
men' lo Hecure nld n i iPromlaaorv f. f.
hy K. ., as Special Master I v 40 mureor 1 lorldn Hmld certiflcatee hrlnir dated July
Kast, '
to the no("> November 2fl. W. F. Ntckelfl A. A. Durden and '. K.Harper. 22 .0n'.I"ln. .r. 4'h nnd have filed said cvrtlflcatOMin
American TruM t on'.o 11 Jlr
"tnimn) a
that undi and bv
rilp mnde > ''_ 'y. '. fivenv.nlhw leB bo and lire required Notice Is hireby ft' t-n r i
."s corporation, Administrator' of the Estate 1 Il' paynble ul,complaint filed, virtue of that cirlnln decree of pnitilion my offiro nnd have mude application
jifter dnte tn to
or.I..r "
to .if nnp'nr" (
Catarr. of G. F MarkII. d.a.l. by deed' P Mnrkfllie In tho atim of Fortv Pollaratttnooi O..N. ,t It .pp.ln. by Mworn bill of romntnlnt' io naid catine, Ih 1,1 b.rur. Monday, the entered In tha Circuit Court for hr ad ford for lux ill < il to IHBUL* In arvunlance with
tlated, Januaiy, and 'that .. of the defendant law.Mn.
record in one *
Morlda, In rhancn> the UiMh
Toiinty on
A P. y
1""' .'d! u .1 ,Dml 1.,1:1 1 ,iiauiI", "f I'h. Public ll 'Conls .iuethir of Snle with that certain unre-,i j I In th a Biiit IB a non-resident of the State. 'the r.lh. day of AI.I. aaid bill I9 o'h..wl. day of Ininmry, A P. HUit, in an action d certificates respectively embraces th*
:V"' ...wed.lnf.r, County.' Florida. c..0 111... aald of note a anil waicon of Flnrlo. nnd. remden nt ooa l.l.1 Arnue ..1..n.. .1 for partition therein pi ndinir wherein folldMitiir Innds In Hradford Count*, Florldn.
The Southeast of .r ; an .n -nj your system of OuairhorDenfiie., quarter the Northtastiiunrter ProniiaHory dnte l Pecember 'I Philndt tphfa. P..nn.vlv.nl. and It IH tbat order, be 'rtionisH H I land ley in f'dtnptafnant and n >
of .Section Six 'Iff! in Townnhipi < 12, 'tbat there IB no pent on In tho of r".th. ordered Ihl S.-r-nti Pval widow. 1 lixie M f"ud.| awidow. i if i ucli pi rt if lent a In the naini s reepeet-
Also l"11. I Ium I St.t a
Pur wink for
caused by Gatarrh. as a 8100 \ < R South of I'n..hl. y..n. after date in the ,ptild.Hhed oner n r".c.n."I. \\v\ hi n Innfter set forth
> R.n.. Twenty-two (1,2 2'1 1Kant < of Kluht: Eiirhty'five; ilullnraKHNHIHII FI."ln. 'the ."rl.. of a ..I.po.n. upon weeks In tho Bradford County rst Annie IMiinkelt and C H I'lun* particularly tr<
Set wonderful A. hunilred
it gives ": und wit
containing forty acrta more or ,. whom would bind tbe Pi.1 d.ron.l.n', and Ilradford County. kett, her hiiftlmnd June Ciirlftnn and William
Druggists.r. lesa.: I.in. the atirnu property conveyeili Jonm mil.I.bv. Seboy Jnniw ami Snlomie tlmt the aaid 1 di..ft'ndant Is over tho ft muHpnper p"bl.h.. In Cnrbton hi r husband. Noble Wilkinnon (Vrtlflrnte No 2HI rmhrsrM F 11 ].t.tArris
by R. ., as to 1 he tovfther wllh that certain, of Florida.Ordered. Wilkiimon hi biind, of Hnutheant ifinrter of Northvai4jijniler.
i Special M..r. and I Outer r hili
T. CHENEY &. CO.. ToI.Jo. O >meriuan TriiHt Company, ..rporn.lon. t|> (mortuaue. Morlda on real, property In BrailfonlVninty IT I IS..nl'.nn. 0.. ORPKRFP .thBt thla the 3rd day of March. A I Inrenco *<'ohb and R O Cobb her hilBl.nnd Mictlon It I. Tp A. Smith Kantre'nut.
as Ailministrator of the Estate I' '/io mortuatro b.ln. of'een TIFRFF01F. D 11'1'fi. I (- II acre* a< si>SHed Ardell LennanlPertlflrate
of C F
|' date uith .. the ..10 d* Nickels, do ant A. Z. AIKINqJudo. ami Morrle Htlch and John Ritch her
1..1 I i.. d."..., by Deed dated Jan- Rimk "H", pai 370. not of *the and public" .rd0 In. t, (xar the hill of .complaint to thi.i catiNpat husband are pefinilnnU. and by virtue of No. 2Hfl embrncie. Commence.Intf \
I, 11117. and recorded at North* nut Corner of South we t
Ituok *
in 1..0 "f Rradfurd Starke. Florida' on the 12t1S' day ofApril. the order of the said Court iherentfti-r made quari..f
21 page 8H1 of the Public n.oordn. of County. Florida ; A. D. 1U2B. ax required by law. and K M JOTIN9, on tho 4th day of I'ebruary, !! ,!*(, the tindernlvned nf N'nrthcant quarter and run W atl

Ur'I..1 County, Klorfda : also 'IflO.PromiHHory, n.t dated February 2A.. Hmt this order ptihlinhud four consecutive Snliciior for Complainant. 86Bt4jNOTICE as <'ommisHionerii. will offer for l I Ial" I fl I-A chains. South IH 1-2 chains, Rait ft
half of the Northwest payable yearn after ". In .1. b |. rbn>nH North 12 1-2 chain* to beIn-
W" quarter'of of weeki In Bradford County Teleirrnph. nnd sell to the hlichest bidder for caih
Piles '' Section 2B. Township Five South Hum Fifty Dollar* ((15000)), ma.le by 11. i nlnir. Section 81 Tp. fl. South Ran 24Kitnt.
1.n.e j Hunt a newspaper at Starke.Fk In front of the South door of th Court I if*
Nineteen oont iining I eighty : mbh.hO IIOIIBO In Starke, t1 lorfda, ilurintr the leual M acren, asseHaed Carrie MuFashlonUnlefia
I I more vr ,It 'I.J:; the name property :: I Iveyed Promiaaory note dated February 2M. 1'ilO. > under band and aeal thla 10th In Circuit Court. .:1.111 Judicial Circuit hours of mile on Monday the ftth day of ald certfflcat1* ahall be redeemnl -
M. :payable ten year, after date. In the aumof Hv.n my Bradford (Vtunty, In Ch.n. accord Inn to law. tax deed will laau
by Juhns, as Special ,' d. March. 11>?A. April Hll.!!. those cert din lands In J*redford *
Two Hundred Dollar. (fZOOOO), inaile ) J. W Wattenon.Complainant. thereon th Rth day of
I to the American Trust Company a corporation. by ram Hunt G. W. ALDERMAN County, rlnrlda. to.wit : on April. A. D.I .
Administrator' of the Estate: of fteoF. ; Clerk Circuit Court The Northwest ttiarU| r of the Routhw s>tiuart I 2
Markillie. by deed dated Tebruary Pom..u" note dntcd In the ,,. 1 1H
CURED 6, J 117.d..t. in Deed Book m.I. Buckman, payable to Mary County Florida Ed..I N Plrkerson, et al.. nlr*<> the Southwest quarter of the Bouthtvt this the 8rd day of March, A I) IUJ*.
I 21 rage of the Public' Records of ,, M.kln. I --
Bradford County, Florida : also |I ,, recovered In the Civil Court Deputy Clfrk.F of Publlratinn. Notice t. Knem and one half ncr n In the Northwest corner, Clerk nf Circuit Court. Rra..|.
in 6 to 14 Das Tho Northeast quarter .f the Southwoat I' of Record for Duval County Florida. In the <3. rUXTFf* ana unanewn veienaanui 01 Bait
quarter of S'"O Twenty-eiuht. Township l, um of Five Hun"ro Rixty-ieven and 87- I I. L fCJUGG. Quiet Title. Rcraeve Coud. tt*. I IIT Rantte 21, and containing 4l> acre* more or !i ilfMS. tSF.AL) By C. A. KNIOH Tlt5.ni4

A Dg are authoize t I Four Ml South., at Range Twenty-two' :I ton Pollar* A. Parker, and r. Atl. 11..5t..1NOTICE AI'lfARINl lrm alleyrstlons of U Deputy Clerk

if East and eonUunlnaT forty meres more or '!I.od..d In Foreign Judgment Book Four the .W".I compla.nt In the above N D. WA1NWRIGIIT !
ONI pane 775. of the Current, Public Reeordii of that the residence or place ofhusinMis J. M ALVARKX
ti being cause aire i iC NOTICE
I same property conveyed by
fails .
cure any th I\: In the rircult Court of the Elubth Jndielnl '
County. Florida -
MEN t E M. as Special Maater. The I{ 0.1 of the o.t.n..n.' Edward N A. KNICIir
I .
BLIND. BLEEDING American Trust l Fudirment In the Civil Circuit of Florida. Chancery- and Dickerson Commitloner* In circuit Court Bradford
Company m corporation.as .n.rr.o Cour 1I.h.un C..ln. i ii I County, Flor*
,rof Record tu Count*. Sara R fw_. The Florida Immifrration ; J f
or PROTRUDING Cures i AdminiHtrator. of the Estate of George |', .I.. i L FRA7KK. Ida In Chancery.
PI > 'h. aum of F.luht and C.m.I.ln.nt corporation. Georire W. Solicitor for S 5 GM-t. !
the P Markillie. decnueil, dot January 1. tund. Fnr.tlv. Company, a C'omplalnant Pan Dore*,
orina cases in ., 1HI7' and recorded in D. lil. page I iH-100 Pollnm (,' u.ln.t J.hn S. NirkeU and Annie W. Nickels bla Complainant
!in 14 days. Hok I.ohr and Mattle I ihr and recorded lo R. Herberirer, al., the Mutual Btiitar Cane and Wl.'j
wort cases S73 Bradford Count,. .'I..ld. records.: l P f1.h. j NOTICB v*
roreltcn Judgment 1."k Five, pane 2IQ of l.r..I.nt and Robert Watson I Innd Oliver SnvBite. et al.Hefi .
OINTMENT Re I I"0 i tne current public of Duval Th. .nml.I.ln.n.. Sara E Sweat, bavlnir i
Instantly for The
r..nd. Coun. Hubert H. Jones. HI Trustees' ndanU.
PAZ Lot Thirty itOi' and South ot lot tv. Florida. filed her sworn hill, of complaint In this In the Circuit Court of tbe Kluhth Ju-
PILES and you Niiu-t-en MluJ W..t hmtf of h"r I and demanded this ,, amiotherwise Florida Mutual Suirar Cane and Grove Aaj j I II I ic is 1 Circuit of the State of I'lorlda. InI Hull to Jii. l Tltl* and Resnov* dead.l .
lavas Lt Ti"'un. j .fl.l.n. Decree In the aum nt One cause h..ln. or.I. I sociation. The Florida Mutual Suicar Cane | 'l To th* known and unknown defendant.
restful sleep after the /131)) of H.-ctiwn .; F Ftn Hundred with the law. It Is ORDKRRD. I and for the County of Bradford. In *
ge Town.hlp Mv ((5)) I"I'e.n of RanireTwentytwo .. Twrnty-elrht and 10-109 01." that. (rrove and Mill Company, a cor.lon. ,1 Chancery |I In the above styled cati**. to-witi The
80o. n.'h ftt2R 10) airainat A. J the claimlnir Intereste. -
frt appUcU I' 0. p.rl. H. Nickels and Bessie H Brown, Joined by her florid* I.aml and Imimifration <*
Minnie umpa nyi
.. .r..d >
122)) &* .shown on map March 1. 1017, In the If .n,. In hereinafterilescrlbtxl. Ch.rJ.
of said section' Townnhlp and ranir*. Batdnmn Raker County. FloridaThree namely i prpr F. Nickels, W. F. NI.k.l. and huband, O W Brown. 'i a corporation. If In xiBtenee, and If not,

I helnir ftlfd in Clerk'* ufficv of Circuit J. Thflrlea Richard. Samuel 1 TTarrifl. Mary L. Nlckela hla wl&. J. E. Hudaon. Compktlnanui, its leual unknown representatives, traittf -
prnmiaiiorv ,
n.. daledVSecemher Ch. if living, or In are all unknown >e* or ansfvn* a. Laura D* Thomon
OMMISSIONER BALK Court Connl In the City of Stk.. Florida. R lQlO. mad.. by A. J Croahy flhynhle to lea R. Wyman. N. W. Hacket. 8.. to the ..m"lal".nt." .ll"n. that there la no MMtTHA C. FRINK and huiiband Laura P. Thompson and husband. Hamuel
on Bank
of .
pint nutrw County a
.1. F Marklllie. In the I.n.
i 1 of On."un"r.d I.dfo" known Thompson. Jaeob Johns, Mary
in the State of Florida C
Plata' of ('ounl,. Saidabove .m. Samnrlera person l i irrii's FRJNK. SOIXJMON i
O. and Me-
GIVEN .Ihal 1'.Mor Fifteen Pollar (I1II00! > M.ll. Mrown, Stephen Hnuth. Oliver
NOTICE IS HEREBY pur..iiant half \. One .ml.il.nl. the service of a subpoena upon 1{ THOMPSON unmarried, 8TKI'MKN Savatf*. J
io the deem of the Circuit Court ofEuval d.lbd 10' lot con Lamin ".n.I..o Twont "ln. "120n01. F..hlo. .1 loo known 8 M.II. Mack fash whom would bind the A. BAILRY and wife, W. Krajir and wlf*. Lllli* L. Fra.wr. if
v rnort* or Ineludinifonehalf .no ion. llvlnir. and If dead .10 d.I.no.n.
County. Florlila' dtt March 2.1nt.ItM. tw.nt of .e. .trwt*I.. which bynirrecment 'On. n.nd.d T..n'.fv.12.0n' ( ) I helm I, dovlsM-a. irranteee or other th.I ..."U.. or either of them and that hel.v"1h. Catherine A Haley and W OMctfiM alive, and If dead1, their unknown heir*,

In that certain now therein of abutlln. ,.* hirtto.nhall befurvver ". rdtpcetlvelvDeflrlency under them the Thnrhur Whyland Com complainant that the names d t"nd.n' ; and wife. M. C. McGII.L. deviser*. Ivttatce* or *;rantees, and to all

pending In Ch.n..r. wherein' ROYALbKORUE in .1. par,. travel, und bflnir Decree In the .Mim of Fifty, I j : it transferees areIntvreeted In the property In.ol.e If livinir. and if dead the helm, de* par tie* havlnir or who may claim to have
: m." by Knhrt l | IT and n100 pany. a .mrton. or alI other any ritfhl. t tl or Intermt or ent t* til
1..lt the by E. M. Di.llara I (t m H airainat this suit, and complainant vineee. vrttntee* or claimnntH ,
Knmtrnm friend. In the cum- Johna.ama rrp.r Mntft.onv".d. to The Rlehard Fverett. dated September 17th. I< sluniM-s ; who pernona have company ]| I .that he duea. not know, and by dill' under the said Martha O. i iFrlnk and to the following rt nr companies, may or claim an j jadvene "
pl.lni.nt. and LMJK\ MARKILUK' etal TruBt. 1"7.' nnd recorded In Chancery Order Kent search and Inquiry has not been able and hushnnd Lucius C. t tFrink
cnn Company Interest Baldproperty
a estate to the
.. are th. dol..nlnl., belnv cane No. AdmfnlHtrator of the Entate of 0'.1 Tlook Fonr HK paire 7R7. of the Current whether or thirir nr known .. ascertain whether any of the aaid, defendant Solomon II Tbompson, unmarried Lot O of Dloek 1. *BCpt th* North 19 1-2

8 78-E. the as Comminaioneranamed Mark.Ille. deceaMml. by. *Jato t April Public R.ord. of Puval County,. Florldn. I or not. and each of them.n.m. b *, whose .".. residence or place ofbuBlnese Stephen A Bailey and I South fevt thert-f.f aide, and, Lot 4 *xcept lot 9 fi *t off th*
all of 11
00,1 of Hlock
In .aid decree, ai ordered and note made by la Is dead wife Catherine A Italley. and W 14
Pmml..o. W. T. Riteh aliened unknown. or
2, lt>17. and reoordfil Book
| Are hereby
required to to thl Lots
n.d appear H. U and
10 of IJIoek
d'.t' th.rln. will offer /or aale and pdeie 2R4. of the Public of 0..." February 2. IQ'f.' In the aum of Six 1 of complaint on Monday, the 6th day .lv., or In existence or not. and It la al-, 'r. McOtll and wlf, M C. McGllI, I Hlock Lot B 19, Lot T of
and at the I IFiutern R.o.d 23'1' "I 2ft. 0. 7. and 9 nf Hlock Z'Jall
public auction OUl.r. ford County Florida i iThi .n.'r.d "ln. 00> payable tr fl April. A, D 1921 and unleM each ofyrm in the tworn bill of complaint that hebflevea deceased or otherwise. In the propprty 'i In LIvlnifBton. Truby and Company'ddition '
Aoor of tne Duval F with mortanire of I that there are firm and situate In Bradford County,
II. appear on laid day, the *am belnir arule '\ la th Town of
of JacknonvtU*. following Land In Baker County, e' date. f.n. rlorfda. dt-scribe! follows Stark*, rlovulunw
Home. I In the City en recorded' In Rook "T" fair corporations, Inu-rested said prop* an to-
between the hourn of 11 o'clock a m.: I Florida t M2. of the Puhl. Record of Bro.lforJ.I day.against a decree and pro ent. wi beentered .rty Involved In thia suit whose name, ."". wit HeKln at the 8outheant cor- Itm'k the*'.!same" appear*nf of th r cord In Dm-il
cause > 21J.
2 o'clock MjnJuj. M IVJa. Northwent of the northeant | 'Connty proceed tier of Triantnilnr l it One ( II i atf public rruorUtof
p. m.. on 8,0. The quarter Florid exparte*. i runduitct' or place of biuinwa U unknown llrndfunl County Florida.tretinn .
ilia following deacribed land property quarter' of Spction Rifihtcen In Town Pmml..nr nole made by S Tf nnnllnir. The property herein referred to and Involved to complainant, and In said bi relief la of thn town of Lawtey. according I Ito

on the tcriiu and conditions hereinafter -thip Three South of n.nv. Tw.n.y.o" i iKIIMI In .m Ilrt dollar* fflO 00). dated In thin suit ,ii lewatly known and ,prayed airainst' auch known unknown man or plat thereof a* the same i iapptHrs Yotj and each of you are here1 v reimriil -

aet forth iFlr ,: .O".1.n. in% all forty acre*, more \u"uat "2. to O.! F MarkIlle described. M the .I..r..ndat. persona, f..m. and eorpora>- of record In the office of to b* and appear before th< '
,,t TrurtTh .r 1.... if .ame property eonveved a"d .n.' ul. m..I... .hy 1. IT Hardimr North went Q..t. of the Nor.h"
followinglaniU' in Du\al county hy : M John. .Special, MttHter to The .luted' Pi... .. 21 1012 f.ir the aum ofof Quarter nf .."on 4. Townnhip, 7 South 'IFHF"OHP It la ord..| that all per- Bradford County Florida. In Deed r Ircuit of Florida. In and for Dm IfordC'orinty.

Florida: Vmcriean Trunt Comimny, A ."tN.a'ion. Sevontv-elvht and' OR 100 Pollnr* H7tnv ..> Knntrn 22 East. In County,, t.n., corporations narmdl In thisnotice. Mi>ok "C" on pave n and run on Monday the Fifth day of AynA

Ono hundred eliiht and einhty-alx_.hundreiltha XdmintntrtVor of the E-tntp .t ;...e ttier'. with unrecorded memorandum. r lurlda. Ur".lo,1 If livinir or In .....n... o if d I..ad. rnitb'Tly nlontr thu West edice oftflfe !>., 112ft. at th C*>urt h.MC in th-
"IIOHBIH' arr .. nmnor li necribod F* Markillie. dLCianed. by d..1! dHted H P not In then his. h.. their Str* et Kii/ht Hundrod and
F.t "f.1.?. of a horte and certain hnunehi.ld And. !I. further ORDKRHD that this or nl..anc. r or Town of Srnrk*. Florida, to
liuhtwoodpoat I mly (H<;0) f et to the North nnuwcr n
I as commencinu at a 5. 1917, and rucordixl In D <1
nary i .h.t.I. : order puhlishe 1 onre a week for eiihteonsecutiv (t. unknown htlrn deviseea, tees, gran- sworn bill of compln'nt' txhibited '
marked "X'' on tho South bank ofBIK "S"'. raire 247. .f the Public R.n.r.liiof .' In the ti .M H>jre and Ht>slrti... all corner of Rlnte und Jackson utreeUhi aifa'n
nov the of CounyTejeurnph. In
Fl-h' th
llw tciruer .f.l. 'o.ro. urn w.k. II Br.I'n.d .. (( nee W.nrly nlonn thn North von above rnmtd. cou'* by tht
Hotuhurn tl a tract Creek 01 ."In., 'nv Nn.h..jl'Valada ,' R"kP County Florida. Duvat i iTho "..n.I..1 T.r..,. nn.I ...Inn J.I''.. ) a newspaper published nt ,,. I.m. nnd corporntions., h".ln. ori i di/i* of SA d Jaetison Street one complainant Dun Ih.ree to re iove etou )
following Land In Count ,
.nc y .
11. 1)21.2.n'.r.1 In the the (Ir.ul (..' Starke. 1..do..1 County. Florida. i'I.lmln. any Intvrevt In and (. cer- Thn'iHnnd One Hun tr iil arid Sixty nnd quiet tiMr to thi? abo\e d< cribt >l ltandn.
by S. 1' Fe.l. on J.nu.Suultt' 1 1.1"ul: an
1KS. runnmu th.n.o due .Iono Ten (JO) acre*. more or in StctionI T fl Mnnn di fenilant' In ,o"on.. fore, my hnnd and affixed, the tal of the Circuit Bradford County, Hln' Florida. ,alley, runnmif tnldwubetwten The Bradford f'onnry Telegraph, n

the. E/uit line of Valado'i Innd,ini'Jm i chainthence. I ,iftv-two" (ftJi' Tnwnnhu-". ,U' .femih.. ,'etoanre ault hrouirht hv The Americnn Court of Bradford County, I'lorlda' onfhia knr n and, dwicnteil, aa follow* t i firovc und 1'ine Street* : th nc weekly newHpnr-r puhlh
an.l twenty-elKht h.nd..th., hunilpedlha Hnnvf Twenty-itoMn (JT> Knut.: h<>(rmnn.c( Tinat, r.m..nv. \dmlnlatrntnr of lh. the 6th day "f February. A. P 192AC All that portion of Northwest .junrt-r of North* rly *Ionic tho wrest rdre ofrtui'l Starke. ttrr.Vr-d!( Tountv Mnrlda. ta behy

Kant nlnel.n .h'hro.' 'oBin a* tt point, on the Wentern line of a l 1.' "f Palate of I F Marklllie. .ald deficiency; W At.DCHM\N ** ..fiithwi-t fiuart r, I.'n. South of Geor- ( alliy KiKht Ifiindreil and Sixty detiliennti'd on the newvpnpcr In whirhirt -

|119 Hal) chaln .thence duwn sold t.<. nunH now owned by the hvlra of SaraCaimiehael Cl, rk. Cirrii t Court.'Copy via Southern and FI.11. Railroad 'trot |.N>t to the Houth line of nnf ice Html! be ptibllnhed for fuur cm.erntlve

fotubur* Creek < tho! 1 and .two hunrtnthin! \-Mit "' ".hr.nt 1 "1" nml "'.0..1..0 In the i rirtdfonl County. FIe Alro the North half .t the Southwest ,mid Trltnitular I it One fl > weeks
Treek fiillowinK lla m."n"o.I.! from tho Southurmoiit corner .. t aald F r M'VY.' of Soitthweat all In 8enty
of the >; > tWt i iof f.011. r nuarter, quait.r t hi nee Easterly alonw tho South WITNK< The Hnn rahl A. Z. Akins

Pliwe of beitlnnlnir.: bln.. a p.r to S. Prcrra ,.10) ten ''II'. acre lot. .unnln. thence t'rml."p M''. '" A."u.t 2 1'1. Solicitor for C""n''n.nt.' 212t2) T.! .Klitht: '2 'i. TownHhtp 8ev.ni line of said f ot One ((11 One Thounnr and A V Lonir, Judife*. a also f.W .

tract' eoavrymt by W. lh.. former fifty, ((501 lieicree* .Ioht huni,i made,' by Ad.l. Hyln nnd r "v,. i > Sonth n.no. Twtnty-twri 1 t22)) E.,. ) Ono Hundred and Sixty Mdormnn. Clerk, snd th* Bea! of th'niirt '
by di>e In Floh' Oln. fnrt,00> i il "n..I.lno ) arrei more or UlflO) f et to point of hetrlnninwNo ; n the city of Stark it, Florida, thi''Rth
liubllo, record* of Duval Cnlnl.. Hori.la.., beinit tn a ntak.. thin aoiith 40 detrrvHH i-nn >"
Iiid Book "K" at pa". .Sarah four hundivd aeventy-two ((721 feet to a 'mortvaire nf i" t dnte recorded 'In Mort. virtue of that final d..r of foreclosuremadf 'in *an( caii' 'e on or bot"r.tho Fifth day ofM Town ''f I awtev AC cord Inn W. ALD RMNlOnpyl

the same tract of land conveyed by .tale then north fifty, ( ) ,>vrfe* eautitrht .'aire Rook *lt faue 8.. of the Public Rre.ord and entere l on the 3d day of March rM A D 1*))2 otherwise thi. all tratlnnB to map or plat thereof as same appf Pier

V t'.tl to Mnry Markltlie. by do ro- .. hnnl. ninety-tw... and one-hulf ,* of Duval County. FloridaPromiaaory A. D. 1920 by the Honorable A. 7.. Adkfns ,r the "ni"1 ,hill" will .t.V. r 1,1 ronfes_! >nr of record n th*. office of the r'f.FKKH SBALi Py C. A KVIOH )

.m.n. aid public ".0.,1 In Dc-wl Mil1 ) to .t.k..*then alonv the note dated September 1311. Judkte of the Fitrhth Judicial. Clreu t a./ainst you rerk| of the Tircuit Court of Bradford Deputy Clerk

Book "X". at pa.. 130. ".I boundary of ten- acre lot betfintrfnitto '1007. made by T B Harthr In the *.m of Florida tn and for Bradford County.Florida. 1 I furtht-r ordered that this notice b Cotmty f lorlda. In Deed P K KNirrrr ctart*. ria,

Aliio at tract the of Norh..t land drb" r.of eomBiencin a- Dr A. Uvway, and taid ten ((10)) ... ,



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WORK ON: STATE ROAI1 2S I friends throughout the county who Inter-route connoc-tions. Much im. or the produce dealer, or if there Is

Bradford County Telegraph CLAY COUNTY TO HE STARTED sympathize with them in the loss! portanco now is attached to his sudden, illness in his family, a call

I of their loved one. statement that consolidations and to the village doctor brings: the I

ESTABLISHED IN: 1879 (Continued from page! 1.) ---*-- I affiliations between railroads latter" post-haste to the \bedside of

ROAD PROGRAM' IIAMBYINFANTFriends should be along concentrated territorial the stricken one. Every week there
legislature from all parts of the '
In which
i'ubli.shcd: Weekly on Fridays", and Entered sis Second Class! tats who are earnestly working of :Mr. and ;Mrs.. L. C. lines and not diverging: in- lire scores of instances. his ,
consolidating adds to profit
i in whin the nearby town ,
to territory a
State road that will llamby, of Maxvill'j> }'Ill., will be
Mutter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. i'ir' a system road is directly interested.The convenience and well-being.
1 EXTENSIVEContract best servo the inten-sti, of the sorry to learn of the death of their
and connectionsall Best Interest
indicated route
whole State. infant SunJ ty morning.
well within the limits hJ Is duty we have to urge
S. Matthews______ _.________ _______Owner and Publisher The importance of road 2S, ;Mr. '' services were conducted yesterday come the farmer 'n' return, when
Matthews said must at appealto afternoon Interment was made in set in this statement. upon 1'//
.1. C. Robinson___.______________________Managing Editor l.rt to !Pave Prom Green once under, his. own !best Interests are served
Cove Spring to Starke. the understanding of those who: the Long Brunch cemetery FARMERS: PLAY BIG PART patronizing Starke merchants. t
i I are seriously interested in the u' the direction of the Scashole fu by

SUBSCRIPTION KATE Green Cove Springs, March 27. building of our State when it is t ti I n..rllll'UrlorB.-Times-Unlon! (Continued from page 1.) The savings:! that residents these make pos.discussed
sible for Starke as
The first link in Clay county's road 2 )lth.
known that Is through one
i passe ,
,1 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c:-Payable in Advance program is planned! to be completedin of the best agricultural fruit IIn'll I In all fairness! the principle of earlier in this series of ar.
( Alt WRECKED CRASH the farmer to tides, are effected also for thefnrmer.
t reciprocity obliges
record time, it I Is! announced hy and stock raiaing
Advertising Hates Application vegetable growing I ''
on POLE of Starko Every word of argument
AGAINST: the merchants
the board of commissioner1! patronize
county I''I
sections of the State, and con.necU ,,
o the articles he neel. that has preceded holds for
{ I i Iin turn for
-- who have let the contract for ,
paving '
with no less than five of the Volley .
A Ford roadster, driven by I
merchant and Implement him.
the leading out of I I The hardware :
'HIE CONSUMER: I1EAIM KOM I Green Cove Springs to Starke. main Federal state Aid roads system included At Lake in 'ity the j] :Manning, was reduced to a I I denier deserve his. patronage ?I I Th..reforpuy in Starke.
be For several weeks the! Telegraph has been publishing a Work will he :started this week it connects with State roads 1 and 2 heap of when wreckage it collided\late Saturday with a telephone I in implements and tools; the'

ex cries of articles on the necessity of the people of this'section and the contractors anounce it will I at Starke with road I ft: at I'alntka polo near the school building\ grocer, foodstuffs flour and pro. ...+++++++++++++F++ 111111I #
butcher fresh meats,
the ,
probably be the fastest road con- visions;
r trading ut home the money left in this section by purchasing Htruction !beinpr done in the state. with road 4.road. :3 and at Uunnell with :Mr. Manning! was thrown clear of the drygoods! merchants! clothing COFFINS & CASKETS J

Ii upplies at home, going a long ways toward building up the :Machinery, materials and then have As showing the earnestness and l the car and escaped serious!of the in., and similar needs, and eo on all + and a Full Line of

i '. 'own and country. These articles are part of the publicity !been awcmblud to rush the Paving' I enthusiasm of the counties throughwhich jury According! who n ports was running the way down the line. f
accident, Manning Obligation
this link which I to Community :t Undertakers Supplies
so that opens IJI|> the rirnd and their ;t;
j l age the local merchants have been subscribing to for the western Florida with Jacksonville :1 passes at a fust rate, fuiled to observe i The farmer's duties and obligations

Mi I i list several weeks and they have proved to be interesting and will he in readiness. at the earliest :, load readiness Department to cu-upcrate for with the States early'completion ''I the signal of a car just ahead to the community near which i AUTOMOBILE IIEARSB ;ti ;
for left hand turn into Nintii I 1 .
moment, pORllihle.'I'hrt'equurtl'rR. a he lives! are only slightly less
instructive. .
of this important high. hand. Tk. beat anleat
i loan on I
struck the leading car
of million d l- street, and him than are those resting .
Hprelal at-
a > upon th towrnt prlrn.
Matthews said that
t There are two sides to any question, and Saturday, lairs is being spent by Clay county way. Mr.all: of the six counties practically dui u glancing blow, swerving him Into upon actual residents. of that i trntlnn to Iplo.otlh. order".

among) the callers to the Telegraph was one of the leading in building roads which will centerin lectly Interested have already voted the pole on the street corner. The community. He shares in nil those REGISTERED: EMBALMEK : It i

urmers of this section, who stated that he wanted his side Green; Cove !Springs' while state i: bonds. to help finnnce the construe, nr struck by :Manning; had the fen- t things! which make it a desirable i HEWITT C. JONES '
fun,III also .. Icrr.\ smashed. place in which to live. His children
f the before the public. Our csiller said he be- tiro tion. Bradford was the lastest county STARKE, FLA. I
question put .
completion of the county hikhwnh: I to hold election on the sub- Wednesday two cars driven by attend its schools, his family: :
i.eved in at home for he realized his interests an KJ wards nnd Anthony :Mescrcnu and with" i'
IdI 1 trading : were lie-sides I the( road, to '1 16th Lacy attends: church there -+ .
jcct. The election here on the till II t++++++++#+++++4.4B
I (here, and that he did his trading with the ]local houses when- county i is also. to build a six milo inst resulted in a vote of 6 to 1 in collided on tho highway near the automobile annihilating distances
cut off which will shorten, the distance the new filling station, when nn- he and his wife nnd children !.
ever prices: were anywhere in line with out-of-town concerns. between Green Cove Springs favor of the bonds.S lIther( car driven by Clevy Normancut participate in its social life ton ... .I.h ..1 f+' +411ARVEY

He gave an instance of buying seed for spring planting. One 111111 Jacksonville.! This road is to ', CLAY COUNTVS ROADS across! the street In front of large extent. Its! library, its pulilic M. SNYDER ,

i Item on his list was quoted in Starke at $7.00 per bushel, or be built over Fleming Island. froviI WIN UK 16-FOOT WlllTH Edwards to make a turn into n gatherings, its concerts and entertainments '
I Magnolia Springs to Orange (1'ark Tide street T o avoid a certain collision its civic activities, its. i r
:UO cents per quart."I where the state will !build a bridge ': (Continued on page 8.) with the Norman car, Edwards n..wspnper-all these agencies enrich t. Mortician, Starke, Fla. 't

considered the price entirely out of reason," he stated, across Doctor's Luke this! year i then parallels. the western edge of ,. cut out into the street and the lives of the farmer and his I <.? Member of Florida Funeral

"and I placed] my order for the same variety at $1.00 per it is announced. the lake where it turns. west on the' struck liead on with the car follow family no less than those of the! Embalmers As.

bushel with a mail order house 275 miles away for five pecks. Another lii.lc in the road between I Peek road and thence to the county ing Norman down the highway.cars ,1 towns-people. i Directors and
Green C"VIl'rlnK: and I'ulutkl were battered by impact. His house and barns perhaps sociation.
I After paying the express charges to Starke, I saved $2.28 on will be built wtih the funds. of tiN i line four miles of this from. rond Starke to Starko Thecompletion Both cars were buttered by the impact. are lighted/ by electricity from tho 4>

the order. Isn't that $2.28 worth just as much to me as its Clay county bond issue recentlysold : wan assured. by tho free holders of the ,rwn plant. The telephone PHONES FI

; to the merchant 1. which will contribute, to the the county voting bonds. in the sum' !SEEKING: ; :M.lLS SERVICE '1 line links him to the town as S Day-1 Night-59-W
betterment of motor ear traffic between though to a neighbor next door, SO 1 +
This is the consumer's side, of trade-at-home question i of $150,000! March 16th $60,000( IAX BUS LINE
Jacksonville and, cities! in the \being set aside for the constructionof FOR that all he has to do to get the ? With DeWitt C. Jones

and we give it publicity in fairness to them. Why the same central pint of Florida west of the stretch. latest quotations! is to take down .
this four
Johns river. (Continued from page 1.) the receiver and ask. the merchant I ..
should be almost] double in
product in price Starke, we do not ... Assurance that! Clay county will
-- --
Know, but the difference in the volume of sales] in largo and I.AIUiF. NOItTIIKKN\ : : IlOl'SEGltlL1'1'1,1' construct the standard, sixteen foot u few days.

.mall) stores will affect the selling price, and it is also true ; : INTKKKSTKIIIN : ; : hig'iwny: was giver ty: action of Since the Seaboard reused op- vcrr..rr. rcrrrt. '_ ..... ._ I
: LAKK: Ill IIF.R Mr. Penny's repres"ntative at thimeeting crating the Cedar Key train, Starko j ::rU.; : pt'Jr..J f ;
1 that where there is a wide discrepancy in prices in favor of I.. VnnDnIc-n and Co., of of the bod: trustees March18t:1 : has had/ o.ily two mails daily each I 'f':;O: ':!:!"I:;:; ) o"ll-t:: ,. ).i ..-" '. \. ;I.\ 'I II r

the mail order house, the local store will loge the sale in n i Lake Butler, Flu., have taken title : when ha stated that he was way, two of these being the midnight i 1v"-1 \\:1: \ ...,......" ,,." r.I". ._ C r

t large number of cases.!' to two large tracts of land in Liikelintlor. authorized by Mr. Penny to sav and the early morning trains.! I II -( I ]-l T, ;, '' :-.! r r .
!: ;Mr. James! Foley, Vice that if additional! funds had to be Mail: for I these trains is made up : \ ;11" \ :.. :::1' r'r r
This is problem for the retailer and, to work : 1 / ..
a consumer president and general manager I.\.* secured 1 for tho construction of a before the closing hour at six "1 \ J Y"II'' '0 1 ,s

out to where the consumer can afford to trade at home and at t considering purchasing !some land K-foot! road, he would take the oi.Inek in the afternoon. Northbound -1" "I ',. ( I. I6Ie'! ,

bonds.. The entire i-< ue of bond lI mail! plllt'l'dln the local post .:
t the same time give the retail the margin of profit he is entitled with side-trnrk facilities andl.rect-
construction In Clay office after 0 o'clock does. not ,
1 i to.I.ACItOSSE. ;, lug on same a packing house and for road county I
shed for the purpose. of buying nil l I' amounting to $.5,000.! were leave Starke until 4:20: the next afternoon I

produce and truck; that are rained purchased 1 by :Mr. Penny and hU or over 22 hours after being II I r

IIOAI) j 20722. in this vicinity. Mr. Foley no'v willingness to take additional bonds, mailed. Added!, to this is the II

SOON BR OPENED: V. A. :Miller and .. --.- '- ; with their account of its heavy t.1
| Mated! liell-15 acres 1622. which have been planted by sonm bond trustees to proceed express 1
Galm.'svll1. April According local farmers and they have been plans.St. 1 shipments, and mail is delayed, an- '
S. It. Johns and wife to D. F.knightTract 1' _
-Henry>} Y. Ruker, the road between !
i very successful in the raising of Johns county has provided, i other 12 hours In Jacksonville when I
Blk. 2 in Starko inTrniph.s
Gainesville and Lacrosse i same. Also expected to have these for the construction of road 4S connections( are not made with the
will be opened to tho public the { add I crops ready for the northern markets 1 from the St. Johns river near i i northbound night mails.. Southbound Time .
.oming week. There nre about 2tK)0 | D.I) I. Ames and wife to Robert ,
in the month of April or early Greet. Cove Springs( in the recent mails have a slightly quicker
) feet yet to bo finished. but :\1'Wllin--I/iO/ acres in sec 23,21- I the schedule held here for
May. To has! growing a large bond Issue of $2,000,000, closing( they being Y '
'more> than enough base materials 11-21. acreage of Irish potatoes which last gap in what will be one of the lt! hours when mailed after 6 I II i Is :

) in the yards. to complete the Robert :MoWain and wife to C!. the late frost and cold l that visited heaviest traveled roads of the o'clock. ,hV .

work. Work of surfacing will be i A, Murcotlc, I,. M. Preeoo, W. A. Florida I, ( did no damage to them. state. Construction of the toll The northbound mail Is of the

i mtinued tomorrow., The crew LcDue, Palm .ach-150 acres In 1 This! firm has! offices In New York bridge across the St. Johns! river most importance to Starke. and if

will next moon to the stretch between I ''''''H. :23,2! 1-6.21. which wil be able to take euro of hus been assured, by the posting[ plans are worked out where this DRESSUPTIME

Luriim.-c and WorthinurtonItKALTY !i :Mrs. A. S. Crews and husband to all our local business! from Lake with the state of a 2.000: bond l by mail cnn be carried by a morning I

:springs: ,! A, S. ('l'l'wal-llnts I Illk. 16 in Lin- I UI tleor. They are also going to the company who will build nnd i bus to Jacksonville, it will mean
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'coln 1 City. erect, a fine office to take caro of operate. it. from eight to ten hours quicker i >w
C. L. Peek\ and wife to C. .\. their large interests in the city of .-- service! and, delivery the same' day r

TRANSFERSv Fut'hI..ts Blk. 14 in Starke in Lake Butler, as they have bought JII'kson'iIIe.Inr.\ 2f! .-Action it leaves !Starke.SEABOARD' l

Temple's udd. several houses which they intend to stop the dumping of oil waste 4)) IN Collection much

II.[ Wright and. wife to Ander.on .1., II. liitch and. wit to J. K. to sell and rent. They are also considering along the local watcrfont will be. LINE C >NNE
Mitchell\ --:20 acres 11_-22. i I .J..hn.on-7\1, \ acres 28-5-21.1.I ) erecting in the near future gin immediately Fire Chief :McMillan I' i Larger and Styles

Frnnk S. Hoilson, and wife to W.M | \V. H. Norman and wife to Cor- homes! which they intend to sell on declared today, following a (Continued from page 1.) 1 you

r. Edwards -.1(10( ncres 31, 3(1( 1-0-, Icy Johns-Tract 1621. easy term! disastrous blaze yesterday with an line I : Know are Authentic
burg Tampa conects with. '
0722. :Mary H. Sixtrunk to G. M. Sis- estimated 1 damage of 50,000 cause I s 1.i-;

Lake Kin (sley Dev Co., to K. RPritvhett trunk-2 lots in Starke 28622. LITTLK IIKTH It.tYS OF LAKK from a. fire originating from Soil: the main Seaboard route to the ._
north Brooksville
Wilcox County. Ala-. I I W. R. Webb and wife to Benjamin CITY CKLKimATKS; : : ltlIUIID\V waste. The fire started 1 from nn through west ofi

2 lots in rilk n in Lake KinKal.yHeights. Hicklntr-20 acres 35622. On Tuesday, March 16th, litHo i oil wave washed over a bonfire bya i Temple Terrace. The branch connection :

H. C. Bitch and wife to Wm. C. :Miss Beth Ray celebrated her passing! steamer.ALLEGHENY would give the indicatednew

Lako Prnther 8 lots in Blk 25 In Starkoin !i birthday with a party. A number line equal access. Into St. Petersburg ....... .......
Kingsley Dev. Co. to W. D.
and Tampa. j -
I. T. & Cos' 8 Y nurse Hamilton lots In
county-2 Provides Short Cut.
event. Games were played after : FORMED j
Waters and wife to H. C. ,
lick 13 in Lake Kingsley Heights. If the route follows the lines Indicated
which all invited the din. AT KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS -
were to
Hitch-8 lots in Blk 25: in Starke, ,
Frank S. Hodson wife .
I nnd to W.K. it would give the Seaboard SILK
add. I 1 leg room. FROCKSA
T. 1' & Cos.
Ynrborounh-180 acres 3fl-l, 5-rt Keystone Heights, March 29.- ,I I the new western inlet through Tal-
On the table each
D.) I. Ames and wife to George at
20. An association. of former students Inhasoee to St. Marks the Coast
: on
little and basket filledwith 1 I|
C. Kruso. 300! acres ,19-6-21.. pink green I
Louise! Clements, Dorminey and cnndy., The birthday cake nnd alumni of Allegheny College I down tho west coast to Tampa providing showing of the smart SHk Frocks. Adorable
Delnney Jones to ,1. J. F. Brannen I
t husband to Paul Bros., Lake City- -Tract 25721.: 'held five pink randies. Meadville, Pa., was formed herewith the needed I short cut to compete prints, dear coat dresses, cape dresses and combinations ofCrepe

Tract 10-7-22. In the center of the! table the adoption of a constitutionand with the Atlantic Coast Line Elizabeth and lace. Colors
C. L. Peek and wife to Paul R.Canovu was a most favored are shown.
C. L. Peek nnd wife to W. i'. Gil- Paul E. Canova Jr., F. K. larre bouquet of paper sweet pea the election of officers at a now opening such a western inlet alt.-.

rcath nnd C. A. :'olnrks-IO acres' Canova, H. :M. Sn'd'r-l0 acres 13- I From this. pink ribbons were run banquet held in the pavilion Monday ,i, by construction of the Ferry-Mont.: i Priced 'at 18.95 29.50 & 39.50

19-6.22. f- 22. to curb place. At a given signal evening.The I I I, (Icello gap. The Seaboard at present ''
organization of this body has its terminal at River Junction I
W. T. Weeks to W. P. Oilrenth W. \M. Wainwright and wife to these ribbons. were pulled. Much ( -
i i. the first of its kind to be- formedin and another connection Tallahassee ;
C. merriment was had 1 when\ the rabbit at
and A. l\I11rks-Tra 10-6-22. N. Sternbcrit lot In Starke in N. <
the state. More former studentsof but its line runs to Baldwin
and duck favors! hopped out i
J. Jones add.Sl'IIOOL Easter
J. L. )
Ilnrvey Realty Co., to FredT. Hats
------. from under the flowers where they the college live here than in any only a short distance from
Dean, Troy, N. .-5 acres! 10- i IIOUU MINUTES had been concealed.! other city in the state. All former Jacksonville\ n long out of the wnv >

/522.Luke 1 Hoard, met in regular session. Ice cream and cake, cookies. and students< now living in the state haul for the west coast and central

Kin'rsley Dev. Co., to H. J. with LV.. Kivkliter and J. A. candies were served.\ After thin. were invited l to be present at the traffic.,,

Williams, Tift County, Oa.-2 lots Wnsdm, present Minutes of lust Beth opened her many !beautifuland electing The indicated new route has the ,

in I"Ik.! 16 in Lake KinsleyHeights. meeting read and approved in useful gifts. President-emeritus William II. advantage that it will touch or 1I

Those invited were. Ferro Ap- Crawford, of Allegheny College, con be connected at small expense, I EXCLUSIVE IN STYLE

State and City Bank and Trust rend.Flic following bills were nudit.-d pull, Grace Hackney, Fairfax now a resident! here was' the guestof to several branches of the SenbonrJ I I ,

Co., to Carmeron Stove Co., Rich-! und ordered paid: Hates. Lester Mathis! Mildred, honor. Among the other invited'' reaching out Into the West Coast l I Over five hundred charming hats from which to choose.

Mond.\ Va.-Tract 11-0-22; 20 acres! S S. Unwilim.. ifuehinv __uu_ f 12- -22. Unn-nre. ,,"how., tli .__u__.__ Itionil I possessed an Individuality of
Ihi'ltna Bruwn. ito ___.____.__.__ 10000 Genevie and Edith Jewel Eu- the University of Florida. Dr. the Wnnnee-Starke branch; '': style.
Luke KinRsley Dev Co., to J. F. Mr* 1'. Alderman. du11)0.150. banks! Helen Grant Mickie: and Lenke was formerly professor! ..f near Cedar Keys. for the Cedar,
.. .__..., ,
Wilson Decatur Ga.-2 luiihiu I'hnlii-i. iiu BO no ( '
County, C N. Willianw.' lo. .._...___.__._ l IJ5HIIItiilh N'ookie Thompson, Bill :Mixon an.I' history at the college. Keys-Archer branch of the new 'I
lots in Blk 9 in Lake Kingsleyheights. Smith, do. __________...... till.00 his cousin Frances! Arwood from main line to Waldo\ ; Inglis, for the
1.11I. Amlinnn, do ..........___. DO.Ot> i MRS. IIESTKK BROWNING: : Inglis-Dunnellon! branch and Tooke
Ise Wynn lo ....___ ._... .. DO.'III) Mobile, Ala, Rosalie :Mern, Betty ) I
James Phillips and. wife to W. t J. Smith do __ -__-_____u--__ KWflH Saunders Edmond Wright, Ann enJa".he Mrs. Hester Browning, 5)3 passed Lake, for the Tooke Lake-Brooks- ATTRACTIVE IN DESIGNThe
{' Lindsay-Tract 86-7-22. SIr II. l' rkln.. ill. __ .____._._ HU Oil to the great beyond Sunday yule branch.
Mr II A. A 01.10...on, di ,..___.. HO oil \McCloskey Robert Lewis
Lewis-Hendry & Co. to G. :M. Jo... T.rry. do ...__.__........_. KO.OO 1 I Green Miriam nail Uindel Me. March 28th, at the home of Forms New. Loop new crowns, the
___.....___. "nlltht'rInIaw.In.! new straws with trimmings of ribboa
t Sistnink-lots 2, 4 In Blk. 22 hItarke. 1 aura W.nn."o n 00.00 Cohke '. W. M. In this manner, it was pointedout
I.. K. .:...w...... trun'i'-- 1'2A OnIt ) and flowers-all are here
nioodsworth of Raiford. and
t H Aldvrman, do .........___.. 2000 The older guests( were Beth'si the Seaboard not only wouldbe will appeal to you
Bradford County Bank to C. L. t.lo.y4) Vtudin., da. __n..____ ... TH 00 'i grandmothers! She had ben suffering. with n In the best position: to benefit!'
._.._._._..___ I'll. Partridge and ,
0 W. Hurry do 6000 cold for several
Albertson-Tract 34-6-22. prank Mtiriian. do ___u__._*...T. AO.00) Irs. C. M. Ray Mrs. Wilder, !Mrs.. !severe weeks, and from the newly opened undevelopedcoast I Priced Most
R. B. Thomas and wife to D. W. II I H. WtvKlnt, vnlnry* ___..._u_ goo) .00 I OrJinMki.II.\ ..s. Anne Perry, Mrs. that combined with old ago was the territory but through the Fairly at

Pinnolster, Pinellas county 10 II.L W.H Wmijln kiclkllvr.) ) Inchl.------------honnl ..rvo.) .... 7.25 4 m '1'r.rnnt.1; MI. Mixon and ;Mrs. Ar- cause of her death. The deceased i easy! connections with the branch I I II I 5.00, 7.50 10.00 to 24.75OAINESVILLEFLORIo.i

acres 22720. J. \. Uudln. board o*rYl.! _____. B ia wood. Little ;Miss Lucille Bunn of 1, had been a faithful member of the |I'lines could interchange with the
J. L. Harvey Realty Co., to A. R. J. A. Jon.... trachlnir, _____...____ 4000) '1 Raiford Christian. church for years, '' older routes I
J. A. JonM. do ___.___.. ..__... 1025 of Jacksonville, who has the same I I '' at many points, giving I
Snyder: ", Newbcrry, N. Y.-20 acres Marina Scurry do ....-......... 25.00 birthday and ago could not be with ,,[ and was one of the most beloved' It virtually a new loop, or double
Stella Rol..-".. do __ ___ ______ 4000 citizens: in that vicinity who '
11.5 22. u numbered track system. It further would
M I.. Haul dn _.. ._______. 40.oo Beth ns has been their custom in .
W. E. Lewis and wife to J. T. Ida. Wltrwin. hulpmir .xam ______ It 00 previous years on account of sicknes. her friends by her acquaintances. placo the Coast Line In direct competition :
t Patton, Orange county-40 acre! i. W. ",.kht... helping, ....m. .... 4 00 Lake with two main routes of
K. (Cohan trnnip. ___ _.__.-__ SI.00 City Reporter.:
"-6-21. 10. From Bub.U Those who survive her are a the Seaboard, with the latter having I J1I .

M. F. Brown to Minnie S. Brown C. T f.nwhnrn l e..h..... 2._____. 112500a ,i Ii! R. Col.on. wood:: IS 1900 daughter, :Mrs. T. F. Gaskins, of the advantage of narrowingthe
R howling .A t... ..., a u__ DJil.00 K C Henry, woos) s-----------: :: (751) I Stnrke nnd
-Tract 23522. S. tt Thornton. Jan. S----------: fto 00 flank of Slur) .. traiu to No. 10. 6 143.tl one son Thomas field of the Coast Line while
M. E. Edwards to Minnie S. If O. Alil.rmiin. traniip 4. .._.__ 1000 Hunk or Stark truss. ...t. mlatali Browning, of Jacksonville, besides'' having almost an unlimited field it
In Anthony Moor. Jan 8.I n.u. 1500 In rit-iHfcit. _. __ _._._ _. ; 8444 several grand children and,
Tract great self.
Ilrown.- .
I. 1( Flitch and WItS teaching. 11 11500ItvMiv There beirjg no further business
W. Pinholster and wife to O. ) McfirudcT.. teaching.. 13 __ 100.00 board adjourned grnnd children Funeral services In his recent announcement that
Pinellas J. f*. Manning, broom 8 ___.. 2 40 to meet first were held Tuesday! Rev. J. T.
Gco. the
R. Zin and Llppert, J. W Morgan, crayon 8 _. _. 5 41 :Monday in April, 192rt. Seaboard planned more than 600
t ounty-40 acres 22720. J. W. Morgan crayon. 6 _______ i.oo L. W. KICKLITFR Barnes of Starke, officiating, after miles of new line, Mr. WarficlJ
J. II. Saxon and wife to Ollle\ J. W Morgan crayon 13 .___ .415 II. B. WIGGINS which the body was laid tl'l' said a large part of the mileage
J. W. Morgan bolts 14 .. noo Chalrm3n *.
rest In
Williams, Pinellas county-4 acres J. W. Morgan era"on. 11 __... ..17.w.lwt Sccreary. Dyal cemetery would be a new line Into Tampa. I
The bereaved ones have many He also said the road planned many

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