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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 9, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:00918
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CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD 48 PROCEED WITH BOND VALIDATION ;1


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Will Run From Road Thirteen To 1I""rdu'hnr' ;e Kids Fur t on-
:MILITARY BALL EACH I'l. \NK: I: 1'"OHl'I-U< : 1)\\.V( :
County Line to Connect With striii-tiiMi of Ilridne .M
i W'f ARMORY OS ,\lli M I I11.. HOI' IK:
Clay County SAt )' Company G has completed arrangements A ,ilt,ln.v' of thieo hours nml! ,I";
the meeting of the hoard of I for the holding of n I i iI minute* were experienced! In HIP The liiuini of bond, t triiHt.'e-i' ,.fItiadfiird

: bond trustees held Tuesday, the military ball each Tuesday night I ninth t liniuiil,I Kloriilii. mail servlcoTui'sd.iv LMiiinty, Florida mr* '!'n
county engineer was authorized to at the armory, the music being fur I I when\ ( hi- plane "MitH I r.ltuJ.lr session!'! April 0. 1\I'J'J'i' with
proceed with tha specifications for nishcd by n splendid orchestra. This II Jacksonville,' piloted. by K. T. tho fullowiiiK nitMiihern )present.
the construction of. road 48 from weekly affair has been planned ir I I'reng nmde! a "forced, landing' duo IS. :Mutthows chairman; A. ,\.
Starke to the Clay county lino. order to increase!'! the Interest shown II to ('II IKIIIP. trouble, near Waldo.The I .. : Diirden. J. I H. Hitch, W. K T ..role;
These specifications will probably in the local military company, a: I pilot the only oci-upant >' i minuted of the lust meeting wora
be in readiness within ten davs or campaign being planned to ,,('curemE'n S /< flil AI' tu) > 111'hi"'n." .. m>t iiijuic-d when ,read nnd approved.,
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two weeks, and bids will be called of good: character to fill the f < J I lho I'l.ine'" unit Into. a corn fioll.He '1 he 'lIll'illl'l'rlnldl'pm'llI1l'l1t of
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for immediately for the hard surfacing I caused by former members ** < &v was ableto. make the nceessnrvitpairs Itrndfonl, 'ml 1 Union countiei made
of this four mile stretch of i lof the company nun'ing elsewhere ini.l proceeded. In tho itpproxim.itoroit
Ja'kRolI-1 a joint tepoit on
I road. | A military company I is!'! an asset I \IL'| rcaihing the field :: of CrttHtrurting n brMia,
I' Only that portion of the rond i l to any community and our citui-ii'' o'i lurk. I and fill arroHs New Kiver at thaIMwnrds
through the town have to be graded will\ continue to lend their effort'. --' The \\'nliln forced l.inding, wnsnl I ; crossing' amounting appioximatel -
the balance of the distance in making Company G one of the about 10( ;::10 a. in. The piano $7,00000. Action on
having a well constructed road best in the state.STATE vv.is ,ihit in Jacksonville nt 12'Hp :! : [! deferred> for further investigation.
1 bed ready for the rock bnse. Thu in. same
> .road will enter Staike at Po .elli ------. 1 .
' the hoiird, authorized the engineering
I', still and following! Tenth street to ROAD I Ii i department) of Hradford, ami,
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Temple avenue where it will con FIDDLERS
I Union' counties to prepare upcci-
I nect with road 13.
fixations nail< eiitimateii! for abridge
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I CONCRETE BUNGALOW THIRTEEN nrrnHH New River at franny's -
, TO BE ERECTED U&k TO SHOW STUFF Foul, and that samp be ndeitiKrd !-

\. fur liidx> on conntriu-tloll
W.V.. Carpenter has contract COMPLETED of Hiime to h. received June 1st.Mr. .
for the construction of a modern Contest 0r W.I\X To Ho Held! I C. S. IIill engineer for Union

concrete bungalow in Peek's sub- On April I lib.Jacksonville countv nilmutted estimate of $ft2"iOOi ,-
division, west of the school build Last of. Rock Base Laid Tuesday on > for repairing tho Long

ing. Connecting Link at Inx, iIIe. Apul) f 1'l.um for limlire: in'ros!'! New Hiver; unid! esti-
Foundation work on the new fill an old-t ill\(' fiddling, < conical In In1InIll 'mute, (hpitu? fur the ncraping nn.l

ing station on the highway has Tuesday afternoon the la"t of the i"1"1'.J..J.X April I I are nnnoiinicrl painting (lie iiecessnrv!'! bolts! etc.,
I been completed and work on pouring rock base nee.led to connect the thm morning(, with thp 10- and fur, a trented\ timbi'r. di'ik, Thfl
: the concrete is awaiting the art two ends of state rond thriteen atMaxvillo port ( lint Oil'""- Milton M.iccli-n-:\ hoard took thi matter under ad-

riMil of materials' : !: was l.iid, ending nearly nv. i I.:. o. "i-'idiiiiiig" Pmsoii, fLake vis..nw"t.. "
The bungalow being built fi" a year of wenrv and! watchful Citv, l >Andrc-u, of Itroukir, Mr, OV.. Pnrry of t the. Urooker
Geo F. Siott by Ccoper & Povrtll waiting on the part of every town % IW in I liiailfnnl: I "i-ininty, and Cliffn- '.n'1 tlon presentrd, ;n Iwl til ion for arond
on Tenth street has the roof conc-eined in I the Jacksonville, di'('U, of Jin, knonv |IUhis .voiingiihiotlur in hl< niitum. The road Wit!!
completed and, the walls\ ready for Stnrkc, Tampa Short Houto. Work ( HUMt'nlrioil a championship irranled! on the condition that the
their coat of stucco.Remodeling on scanfjing and, rolling this routes! nglil, of WilY be mi-tired, by th<* par
of the old livery "trctch was reported complete I Tintinlio Muilii'in ml] In." tinniiltrot .- I lies Inleie.,ti-d mill tho wink would!
liarn' on Call\ street U going iihcnd Wednesday and tiaffic allowed togo in the (contest and will ni'n-1 he done when tin-re uan on hand
roof being complete in\ then" vulis telegram ami, .let .
rapidly, tho through. 'IOM J. ItEDIUNC OF 'lIft'i.j"lIt. fiiniN./
and work well under way on the :State; forces have oilod part of SEABOARD PREPARING TO LAY I.KKSlil' Wi<; 01:T I I't OU ter. Major John T. Awlnp', Kddlc: The S'l'I..tllt.y11" instructed to
partitions and the front. This the rock base and the slag! surfacing I Squill's, Chin lie :Mormon ami Av- nolif>. :\11"I.\ 1.*. Knight, attorney
building will be divided into two material is being placed I It. It. COMMISSIONER) rry I'owcll\ will rinint. thu vote1* nml. for I the hoard, that ho was nuthorIrid -

stores, with a storage room in the alongside the road, preparatory to I 100 POUND RAIL ON WAN NEE Wants Better Kailmncl :Sertice;; 1 lot- I announce the winner.I I to piiiL-eod with having the
rear. Quigley & Davis are the con putting the finishing!'! touches on I I \I'ri/i'H lire being offered) l hy I'crroll rond) bonds vitlulateil.M. .
tractors. this six miles This work will not I n\'diatcl'j! ; Mure Lineii -:Soon.Apalachicula .. .. ) Jc-wilry company, ami/ 1 otherJaiksonvillo I. A. S. Strickland, and KlanlilisRon tf

The block of concrete buildings< take any great length of time and -, March 21).-Offering more'hunt H have offeri ( of Clay county asked the
('ast of the railway, Call street, will not l interefere with the traffic Double Tracking to Be Extended :\1.\'I"rIlEW I QUALIFIES IN to "tuin the wheels of commerce eil i to give the other three pi'ires. "board to nnfiixt their county In

have the plat glass!'! fronts put in, using the road.BROOKER. To Starve. From Baldwin; COMMISSION: RACK in a more expedient. man.ner rrnding tinLuwley and Kingsley!

and complete with the exception Crews Wording at than ever they have been )propelod : CITY COUNCIL lake road/ from county lino to
the interiors. :March 31. lion. hoard, ,
: of finishing Law tey.I Tallahassee befoie, Thomas J. (Tom) King! ley lako. The Hgrpeilto
The Miner building has painters DIS- I --=- orablo Hugene Matthews: of Redding, Jr, of (Lcesburg, ,declared) lot t thi'in hnvp traitor nnd grader _
at work on the upper floor, the Interiors I A shipment of ten cars of 100- Starke is the sucund candidate for I that ho \vas in I Iho tnco for railroad with ,driver for ('I\'h, Clay coun.U .
cf the offices being re- I pound rail was! shipped out on the state office to qualify having qualified I roniiiussioner ill the I Democratic WILL ASSIST 'to "pay cost for same nnd furHhli -
fmibhed complete. i TRICT WILL Wannee branch road) Wednesday.' i this morning for the race In primal.in; June to suiiei-d ( hiiti'si'iit I all the l.ilior and fuel.
I Dan Borec has -turted construction to be placed in readiness for the group 2, to succeed him..It'ns the' I inc-uiiibeiit, K.: S. :Matthews, 'I'lu. > "i-mriiii-c-r( was instructed to .....
woik on a new bungalow rear rebuilding of this!'! branch from member of the' commission from "[ f dioup 1!. ON BAND FUND I pii'paie" ]>lanH and specijieutions[ "l'i
the city )mrk. I ISSUE BONDS Sampson.. City to :Stnrke; it beinjreported this ItI'OUI'Ir.: :'>1"lth..wAVn... appointed I :Mr. Redding 'pent two days in I'm,.,' Ihr' iinistriiilion of Stato KoudH
/ ) this relaying to be extended to the place that ho now the city, thu week, Wednesday! ami I | ill nr".lforri111/ I>!\'. Tin- board
TO SELECT mMIEItS COSSTlTl'J'IOI FOR; ; ; to fJninoaville; \ over the old, T. & holds by Governor Hardi-o, to fill Thursday, in the intc-iest of his Coiniiil I Apprnprl.ilos. :Money l'''r to iidvertluc for bldx, when the nee.Morv -
OLD the unexpircd, term of A. 11. Campbell coinph-tud.,
.1 route from Sampson.!'! i plunM are
"campaign. I 1 Issuing (handier' of Commerce I
: Election For School Building With I
LenthalVvnmn, government for The :MoDiiuirn\ Construction Company who died\ shorllv afler beingelected Tins makes the' second aspirant I The bonril niljoiirni-d, to Momluy
Only Two Dissenting Vole j employed In the double tracking as member of the e..mllli"- Booklet.The April iL'lli.:! nt 2.00: p. in.I. .
estry expert of Starke has been selected I I sion. to the railroad (IOIIIIIIIMSIOIICIM" offices I ____._ .
of the two men who nf the Reabonrd from Baldwin to arrive the city within the ,
a< one in City eouni-il, of tinCil> >.tRlnd '
Brookor school district election
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islands off the coast I I -outh has its force now at Lawtev lusl thrc'o weeks. IJ I.. (Union; of i
will go to the ,(', r'liirld in regular se -
on the question of I Issuing $25,000; CONIKUTIUii) :/ mi't
for the I It. I' I U. SKIIVICEI'alroiiB
the grade new .
for the of selecting preparing ;Monticello, is in the raco announcing .
of Georgia purpose slim Apiil lilli'i:!'! with the following
bonds for erecting nnd equippinga ) -
will he n lit KM: 11; ; I'SContl'nd ;
I I tracks. This work continued
tho succeed, R. )Hudson(
for rebuilding to '
timbers ,
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members present-: ( !I" Hoover I
junior high school building was if rural freo do.lurry .
until the double trackreaches ( the
old Constitution. This hi-toric oil Burr. Mr. Matthews is pec-tod to ihuirinnn L. A. Piivis, ll. C. Jones,
I carried Saturday, only two votes awarded! Tuesday ; Law.
tho
1 :Starke; it was!'! stated! Mon was being! served, from
service shortly within future
in tlio near
vessel was placed announce J. \V.hite.. Minuti'M of the last
: being cagt against the bond Issue!'! the board, of commissioners of
by being given
I lev pontoffuu!'! are now
of 1812 and Is teini; day. Group; 2, the former having been I 1 .
the in ) .
before war i I Superintendent Wiggins stated "tut., institution to the IluschSulzcr mi'i-ling w<>ro rend, am) approved.The ; d.uly service Instead of every other
:preserved by contributions from : Monday. Jacksonville April 7.-Thp Son- Company', or St. Louis, to sup in Group 1. fire di-patlnu-nt l"'I'OI.t.,1"i'lnp ( i day iMiMr Tim increased

various patriotic societies of the II :=;upt. Wiggins! announced his intention board Air Line Railway is busily [ ply two :.100 horsa-power engines <;lWWTII< OP'STAUKEINKVITAISLK; hydrants leaking, nnd Hintmatter niiinbiT of patroiiH' on thin route
country. of proceoeding at once on engaged on a construction project i I for the tag .plant. now being built ; ; was!'! referred to the1 hoard brought about this needed,! addition
the validation md: sale of the bonds in North Florida whiih, when completed [ at the Raiford citato farm.i I of bond trustees.The !!. to thu serviic.HOTEL.

HOME COMFORTS In order to have the building ready : will he equivalent of a doubl"\ ,i Tho engines! were purchased for Lake ( 'r".by Park Drtelnprr Give* time for paying city taxes' -- -
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for the fall term of school.! Bids: track between( Tampn nnd the $:fiOH1: According to ('. :S, lIam wan extcniled to May 1st.
will be called for of different : Georgia; state linl'Vith the I niett, state engineer/ which will include \ic-''H Relative 1o Starku I The tlcrk wns! in-true t 'ted to notify COlT

HERE types of fireproof buildings. Selection building\ recently of the Invernes-!'! all acc<',. urio And Surroundings.Aftcr r'lojd Green to reino\e feme
REFLECTED of the site for the new Rrooksville line, the Sfabonrdi ----. i from over storm! sewer hc-twi,< .1)
building has not been made. I rented n second route betweenWaldo living in Lake Worth Cherry nnd Church street". ANY INCORPORATED '
-. and Tampa which relieves" : MOTORCYCLECOPPLACED I'lorida.. thi--e .vears, dining which I 'I'pon. motion it wax ordered thin
Ties! of Family and Domicile Keep EX PRESS MOVEM: ENTFOU the main line through Ocala of aIrr..nt tuna business us a realtor, ('carried i ime Oncitv' appropilate' $ -.UII) to aHist

Residents Vitall> Interested TilE WEEK deal of traffic, It posoes'-os!'! to all parts of thu state, ran thr fliamher" tit loinniirir"' 'n. MON.
In Con munit}' only one line between Waldo and truthfully !sav'! that no city has'!' issuing a (hooklit ill'HI, t..iplivi, of. I ISim
; Strawberries, 1-1,610 quarts, average I in the 'lp. nnd surr"u".Ii,1U"tl'
MAKE C.OOI) CITIZENS Baldwin, however nnd! thirtviight ever impressed' me more way (
3,">c (]uart. mile, of !single'! trnik form'. I.t opportunities. than the illy ofStnike. 'I'porj. motion. it was otderod.. thu'thi' .Vddilion.il. ; I'mxls Subscribed\ And
"Home is where the heart i i.," I i.* Beets, 12'J: hampers. n bottle-neik as nil traffic from ON HIGHWAY "Where soil. rewards Toil,' loiiniil approrpnale) .. $200: ) 'oPIIJ
a definition largely! tinged with sentiment Cabbage, 28 hampers. both lines nut of Tampa ant from I the popular lonnn Starke his I Iadopted for the InHtruinents for the Orxiini/iiti'in' IVrferted I'orHandling

but it I" n"P "' 1 ll>fc<> true Lettuce, 39 hamper-. Pnlm Reach must pass!'! over it. was rightfully nami-d, with i Stiirko hun', said' inslruiw totcmiiin Itinliling.At .
Many a resident of Stnrko henrs!'! a In addition, to express!'!! move.ments. The Seaboard's new protect tho fruit and vegetables" produced Iheiar thr- property, of the. town,
solid of beets was shipped Albert Jennings, of J.n"t..y. 'I'll I hoth of the ahove amountM to lie n meeting of the hotel. committee
rtrong affection for this!'! community a car Florida State Chamber of Commerce ; \ around in this viiinity, along I
because!'! for him it hold!* all that Wednesday by K.: :M. Thomas (; has l learned, involves double- Patrol' :Slate Road, IhirteenSheriff I. with the live civic "rltllnizlltlonR'I'' paid out of the publicity fund.A of the ihamhcr of Commerce.Mond.iv

!Is dear t.<. him. He is resolved!'! that; to Potomac Yards: for diversion.! tracking the line betweeen Baldwin\ I I Issues !Statement.To with thi.ir shoulders number) of newer connectionsworo rdirlit incorporation! of 1 I ,.
he will leave nothing undone thnt Quality of berries reported medium i nnd Walfo.'I'rnl miles of the avoid ,,1<,lay and embarrassment Starke cannot help.. from prosperIng. I ordered. by the eouneil. holi 1 company for hlln.llinltho
may make :Stnrke; a better town, s > to poor, the rainy weather of new second track has!'! been completed I' !Sheriff Epperson! advises mo.torists I 'I Tho health officer was directed. funds subscribed ami the di-taiU\ : of ,
that his home nnd those!'! who arc the 'Jlat!'! ten days lowering this : south of Baldwin and the !'! !'! of tho county to sec thnt It seems that I am not alone! in to take necessary slops to have tho the 'building!! construction, wns be I'I'un.
!in it may be surrounded hall th? ).. bed Is being prepared.. as far ai their cars curry the full number of my vic-ws, as it did. not take nu I outside! toilets of thu Soiibimril AirLine !\ Col. 1 II. H. Knight attorney
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loving care that hi.. can bestow on Lawtey. At this time the work In-I front nnd rear lights the state law long to convince a few of mv Railroad removed. cxpcits.. to complete the 1 legal matters (I..
them. '' 1'0l'I.llt\\US: ORGANIZE volves only the lino as far as I requires that they are provided, friends! nml have so far succeeded! ; attached, to the incorporation ,

On the other hand the man who Nearly a score of the larger tey, a distance of nineteen mile! with dimmers that come up to requirement [ in bringing fouitncn permanent { \riiSM 1 AT BAi. I of the hotel company and !secure'!
aludinir, interest : between I residents in the city, as well as ii.sr CIIUKCK\ I the charter within a few days.Additional .;
U a wanderer is without poultrjmen of tho county met at I While the nineteen miles!'! I I and to use them when :, subscribed,
funds '!
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!'! in any town. Nothing hold the courthouse Saturday afternoon I I Lawty nnd Waldo has not as!'! yet 'passing!'! other cars, for trucks of four others to spend' the winter were
and it U months. This'! has been accomplished! Tin of our puoplo' and, children ., at this meeting and I the soliciting ,'w
him to this or that r\acc\ and started their organization. been authoriyed: it Is expected the all kinds to he equipped with rearview i : young ,
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of little consequence to him wteth- Plans were made to complete construction!'! forces will /get: to work mirror", and in fart to be- since the first of tho year, and by: will follow their Savior'u example ,: lommittee will begin an active\
er he resides here or nt the next the organization at their next on this as !soon'! as the BaldwinLa como generally acquainted with tha this time next year, will not. he surprised of Baptism next Sunday (campaign to secure the bnlanca
place. regular mE'etlnlat which wtey !section'! Is completed. laws on the statute books covering i at any number of new residents morning.Mr. necessary! to construct the building.ApproximaUly .
The ties of home are "tronlrE'1"than time County Agent Ward will have' The Seaboard has two lines north operation of motor vehicle! ns! v.e have something! to of-1 I llnnncn will upeak in the .. $13,000:); were !sub.cribed 1
any material ties. "Home" i is the data on the best markets for from Baldwin to Gross, near the If this Is done they will l'cnpc'! ',1 fer, once we get the people hero.' I riii"rniri|( on, "The Rarth: Inherits"fn a fow weeks ako when it L I,

merely n name, like "country" but chickens and eggs./: :Mr. Ward is Georgia line, one through Calla- the clutch of tho motorcycle cop, A publicity campaign Is going tho evening the aervico will Iio[ was first. proposed to erect' a new:'! .

any husband!'! and father will pour spending this week on a tour of the hnn nnd! the other through Jacksonville Albert Jennings, of l.nwtry, who ,: to be launched in thu western states ,II evangelistic.The hotel .uildin / .(
out his last drop of blood! in fighting state for this purpose, and ha will and with completion of the has been appointed a special dep. by Geo. C. Kruo, of which he ha* ihoir will bo there in full CARD OK THANKS rI
for either.! Never was a great.: assist the poultrymen In the proper second track between Baldwin and uty by the sheriff to patrol state I pnjoyod the cooperation of the \I attendance to inspire.. us! with oo'l I IIf
er truth propounded! than when tha! grading of their products to assure Waldo will have tho equivalent ofa road thirteen through! Bradford ,, chamber of commerce, as well a* /l01l)>('1 s inf\'i\ nit. I \Ve wish to ;;;p-;;;:;!! our heartfelt I

poet wrote: I the highest! market prices. double truck from' Gross to Tam county, The appointment was madu! I the town people nt large, with alii i the Lord has blc sed! you with thanks to those who were so kind ,
"Ba It ever KO humble, pa. Monday and Mr. Jennings will take the people nnd ci-ic organizations an attentive mind, servo Him with I to us during! our remnt sn There's! no place like home." I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: up his duties as soon as his machine I striving at one aim, tho town cannot that talent next Sunday. j jTarpoi I and! for tho many floral offerings.
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You cannot translate it into termi arrives. help but prosper. :May God bless *flth of you. \ r
of money, for the meanest!'! hut mar i: Among the announcements appearing Starke Chamber of Commerce FprlnifR-Ancloto Key '.a I Mrs. T. y... Gaskins,
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breathe more the true spirit of i, thl5 week is that of G. W. meets every Thurs- :\lndison-I00.000 bond Issua Tavnres Over quarter-million become ono of Florida's' jrrcateit :Mrs. W. M. Bloodsworth
home than the richest palace.Th Hmson, who seeks reelection asinunty day night at the City voted, for erection of new high ,' dollars worth of building construction and mOAt beautiful bathlnif resorts Thomas Rrownlng.'. ,
comforts of Home commissioner! from district Hall. Every citizen of school. under way. ami residential Bites. .
When* talk to a hard-headed, 4. :Mr. Hinson has been giving his tlte town i iil expected: to be Daytona Beach Plant being Tampa New additions will b s Tallahassee-SUta highway dipartrn j Dunedin 1190,000 I contract to
business you man about such tanjiblal I constituent capable service and! pre ent. 8 o'clock. drawn for new $200,000 Roman I built to Bryan and East Tampa .nt open bids, for construction awarded! for Installation nf water I i.
I I schools. of six:< new brid es. .. and mains in Dunedin Isles.
nil! make good race. Catholic church.- : elementary ._ sewer .
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:1 I UK.IN: ; I IK UK: 1ODVY) "It'a a little place In Hertfordshire the shock had when I was'ol-tht

I I !rim-H I.\STTI1 kot hi* memory rolled Leavi-ndt-n she said, clearly.). out In France has made me forget
j JJ I, K I' "MI ih.,*k "I h.-n 11 stieM on the "I don't IUppO. you've ever heard some things In my life. They t it'.
a,;{ I ,.i I I, | l i I N Ja "-I'rn from. ,m M. W. llut'.ov'! iiu.l kin? ) 'i "I f his buddies .hal
ILuulT'l'
( | t 1 1'/"r' ,' i leaving London reter hud ,, She broke oft: John Arnot had oil right again but It's got my
\ I 'I 'riio Tmiipn Trlrgraph St.ifft I l..rn Mxt'utAUY.noalt,1 to j given a war whoop of delght. nerves-I'm always dreading that I
,et NAN who Is brokentirnrtnl 1 I "Leavenden": he "Why, shall run across people I ought
Al 1 over the fmc which I uk. to
> }House king i'f Vloruta b.uiii. has "
thnts know and not know them
only two from
Hn tvh,>d all thoughts of his formere mie. my
(a i I 1 ,I > t ::I. in the gloomy I""lh1! of th .
ore from the man she had promised I sister's place, she Uve at Little "I saw you that nigh at the hotel"
I a -tato prison farm Yarned yosterla in' wird I Ith San has been making her Gadaden. the next \llage. she said gently say that yo'uare

I ": G > > of tho sensational escape of f "JOAN K-NDtCOTT. whose husband I There Mas no of JohnArnott's thinking of that"

,{] his "crown lrj""J1"-Hilt Paul I i I hj>* wired from Kraiice roar he Is delight In lIn'. face "Perhaps I am." He loundod
l G cumlnir horn on leave Joan wants I' She had made up her mind to keep re
: | Huhn. Nan to (a away while her husband le'ed. he gave a quick sigh and
away front Peter by going to her
: : I I GQ4SSSp52,2 The news wns taken to this grim: ,, Joan'Is home new Nan oat acreri and on lo her no after way I homeland: now i had turned out that own down In which the wet Arnott road In had the direction

l 'es G tightlipped! czar of gunmen who meet Pe tar and -- her own home and Arnotfs were ished van
LIEt'T ., .
JOHN AR.N'OTT. who Is close together. .
: : was the ringleader of the desperate -
j | also home reooterlnx from 1
a wound "You "Arnot seemi very bucked to
( t r band! found guilty of the daringItnvaTumpa They learea drop :Into a tea shop and Nan Arnott don't took very delighted. I you will be within easy reach
tBelr table to buy was saying ruefullyNan
t\
i payroll robbery, b)' *....* for Joan Peter turns some to laughed"Oh of him at Lea"enden." he said, with

$p' Pmiil High and J".' Kickett fromjjohn u Morning Telegraph reporter she\rnolt?.. with the question "Who Is' but I am she protested. "I sudden! change of voice." "I suppose

|\ : 'r I iiorne Junior High.I "I knew Paul would make it." shall look to you to amuse me when I you are old friends?
e. criiil House his NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY i Nan said "Yes.. and then "No."'
,
cheeks
as pale .
and Than adilm i-ttafe "T .
l Little Girl tt'( grandfather ** *
wlh
flushed and Ut.'lIn featureswreathej. 1 RNOTT. ." .,_) It' .h'atu' '
r' I i Why don't you grow hair on your know aI' depend would
of in n defiant ""II.,. "Rutduet /\ :1---a the girl I told you about call: old ."

I I l : I I head ? "*k we if I know anything the other night. Nan Marruby." | Arnott came back with the taxi
lirmtclllht'r-W'II. :
doesn't
tt why he .
I ( to about his escape. For you see"- f.r the rain was dripping from his shoulders l.
| gnus grow on a busy street'Litllr dramatic gesture at the barred "Oh": Teters oaks was Indifferent. d but he was flushed and ..mIUna.I .

{ girl-.Oh! 1 see it rant getup bell and the steel door"-they have "AnJ-someone els* she spoke of.someone 'l 1 had the deuce of a job to get

+ t 1 I t through t the concrete. made it pretty inconvenient for mehere. es. she sid she wu goingto I It: he explaine to Nan. "I had togc -
buy ch,x:,>k tee for -was that anyone "
) I (! \ !? t In I.a.y! -What ma.le you come In ." I ought to know*" be asked with ) the street.,

I !\ without knocking. I may have been House and his two aides, J. U.tiilree a sort of Ntternes. f Nan thanked. him hurriedly: she
a ( dre.sing. and Johnnie Kinnie, \\h:> "\., std Arnott. At least. Misa InK it h, and ran across the path
j'intwl're convicted of the cigar M.iriuty Uses with her-a Mr. En- "
\11.-0. no'! I always, 1 look thru .' to thr waiting cab
t ) ( the keyhole first. factory holdup, are quartered the l.oott Arnoit followed end stood at the

i I .loath house at Kaiford: }?rtausr Peter axle no comment. door ri>". i 'lles of the rain pouring
'How lens ar* youMr.g. to be In \
: they have proved) three thorns in down
ly Neighbor-Why have got on on himAnd
you n.t.. asked presen-: >
ro nllln.Is on sash a hot day I the side of Capt. J. 5. Blitch superintendent Mr tear chap we Jr' when you'l let me know when
you
1'u-'II. I am going to paintmy over since t hey were '.ke. sal .'rn,:: :t.uhat: do /M' I 'au're leaving town?" he asked.

t .< I burn and the directions'says' taken to the prison farm. you ws: to Jo* I CJ "a.e far anything I' You promised you know," he added
as eye hesitated.
> "put on at least thr,,' coat." fistula Intercepted.
Defiant from the day the byr "I d'M't.oL. but doa t m.r.d .. I If I "Did I I' Very "'el-o go and take

Sunshine -Ar* you letting your stix'kade gate closed after them. you rant :o fit
thes,, stormy petrels of the underworld Marrsy."Fa He shut the door reluctantly Nnnated
I I hair cut ? "
grow
:aft 3 a\e u. ,t 'O.U"f. a hand to him
t > Florence-Well, 1 don't see howI lost all immediate chare* of .
wa 4 it* ban.. runntaj up
It I when she
was only reached theflat
I )' can stop it. Vecoming trustees three weeks ag-> a nies: her He gjtr: d over to that she remembered that she
when vigilant guards found tw, Na aa-J *tJc foJ i Uier.to' had
forgotten all about Joan's bat:
i I T..hoi'r-W i is 11'H) high -3S caliber pistols and a supply of Fire Xx-lusf ,.r. J'n' tau she bit her lip with vexation s
i
*
r
; l 'ta'e, cartridges in the false bottom of A thing I Joan
was
angry
s Peter rgttd a.s ,
ei. "
packagecontaining cake and other
t Small 1.1'1 tax. a Not SfcJ. "You might have K."
ua.y r rtmembr..d
> I delicacies which was sect Hous- MPat "u rt:'e'wftea Nan 1 h t I r she sa>d peevishly "Thal"U all,1
; The follow'ing letter was selectedfrom from a suburb of Toledo Ohio. >o.ad :sett asked you to do for me"

l the grade as one of the besttypv The discovery of the pistols and Got the SM e nt ua. Son did not try to defend herself

I \ l t i of a business letter: shells was mad through a (.rtun. Tee a=.i rw s.' '' ft to IAn I "I forgot she sid "That's my

.. I $Stark Florida. ate turning over of the package ,- out e1e... 1:0 ,:. f :c to =.tAn Ir only excuse I Just for/rol-I wasthinking

1 I April 5, 19iCohen -; and according to Superir.t: !r.ectHlitoh i r-ja away are ILUVC. *. P.. about something else and
i I Pro undoubtedly frustrated a (nx iota cf se.g.g w lI: Sie Lett you'd forget worse things than
a haad to .ikj-ct .. !:, that it you'd got little red demon
t I:Jack t + ." r Sirs: might have resulted 11R bloodbuttle ,Sgrr"t-. Ke to.. vii .eaat toau with sudden fire.

a 1 am an."'N'IIItIr ad, rtiseriert such a" the seige at the th* c.t.v=_ it: x _-eo :e Joan's little ma.d knocked at the
I
in this morning's paper for Kentucky state penitentiary: at rise to : vas unaa.vaNat' "You'II let me know when door; she thrust a scared face round

t l wVappin courier girU. I ten Ettdy\ille.! Lrg.et. II "Please. \am, another telegram."
\ > am
It ..Monte "Tel"Vsaers: who "Oh 1 dnt k- 1 = 't'. /r Cat you're leaving town' Joan rushed across the room
{ old ami in the fifth grade. T
'
yvars :t twin pose fir a f.s ityT' "Fir me, of course-" she
t have 1h.t,1 nv.x-H experience, but wrote in letters cf blood the name Re.ay- : d grbb
A.JX ate- =teN" .:h with the CUDlr the yellow envelope
alanei I
will do nry very best to wrap the cf the i.'nlud.I'rlS..n upon the Lap; ctttd. 'C: I oar u ;ateased. ci. KJ tr sssall trlhen. and gave a little laugh-

i package securely! pages American penal history 1 .u L or rh wen f'rf. .: s n.n.ng"A "How silly: I .s so sure I Inls
I I am fix-losing\ a red'enmvndstion: And there i is a ctarUed resemblance :o see a great it*: ri :. a9tifr. >!*" .,ring shower. was su between House InJ111!:.". Both Nan /cvkeJ at Peter t* wTA tetra T degtrg; the earth. Nan made Nan took out the meo.g"
I from nly teacher anti principal. are .> ..\.'. arrogant and defiant lag s>M=e dj*< Ir.-a : e t:erne :t tstaaJc i--.t ?ir tie doorway the shop "I base got to go home at one:'
> I Your rrspatfulyFiorrnre : suxl was a? ttrrstly t x is ti-f Sze tat II i\:\. oiowvi t>r bothc.a she a.d d01). "My stepmother ba
to the laws of man. Walters:
Kincher teas lctre 2 "
e la ei'.icj Cu* r epascas died very suddenly
\ ,
died w-'th his boots on after standing : "Nan" The !looked
she said breathrftmr girls at
: : I It west >Kt. I t..o one
1 1 SIXTH GRAPE off an army of guards and mt'itiamen :- _ve obr : grrwt t.t near swtc 'Apnl 'slower never lost '''! another In dismay Jon had never

; in one of the most ser.sj- ever tai x>c, S5* w stasdiaf t cJo t I tea !n Marraby but she bad
: : .i, The last mtirjr: w** held in the 1 10 rial tl'u"1' fotigkt.th:- It seeevi teioKS-tJt tSit sit Four Aat :!e'e:1lclt ( beard a great deal about her
) First thepreytram vud tau, sal a w,:h -\1 I "TSlr.es always: happen In .."
sixth !prods room. en ;rr!is n watt! If house had g:toi'- t-reeJ her -cJt lor a =co.: 10nsztczHr .
( } : p I i ws' a font "l':,! Black: ,tJOe" hese pi.tor -and the opimci .S .MJi : very out aaarrov seal I won tow ut t. c* they bad Nan was eying dully: "First Mr.
"ijf at LTI'ttoot' : tagr : t went to Arnott; '.ran-then the "trt from
by non. Nex: w* had a i that of ol t. ,: .
veteran It'JaN.-h. i h. '
a- -
: 'Tim and
v" ,:e to parse its see sat Fr 2c_.vea e s**ned to feel rawths'Sae :
1 rvadirg.Why w* .->t*rv* F- *t- pals> would h.y.hr.t 1 h cct"wwxM aewrJ Le-te. t1Ta .J1'.cy is* ; .; c: t-s:ar=!. rojn J t.r-ti* !: stood- twisting the paper meanica..y -

.tr" by I .wise Marsrburn-Pom o/ < har* blown their way : 'Nic .h.L : -tai : r w.y-I as ''tsrost:* of tJ. ttrt 6 eeach her. t :! :: Life had s: denlycharged

E.utr" h' J.,1I Crews. Erserstory frdom 'rIYe b Pev '! Cadyk.s by rwa y-t ,. .\--S04t I I :>:r.| into a sort of torturous
: by .y !'tI\"f'. $ ::.jJ) :"( drM
'Let e. k-i>w w s.r* }ou are go here sorrow and death and d<*oa-:
:l !d n:* at.u"
: vr it
Fen Ssentbers1. Jokn Jam* Rovk (Hate and IV'or.hip.Ererr 70: .A )'Q.
!i *' i .on f.a.Ked: hand
1 Its *a i woe: w--s t y:t Arcctt > IB hand Sie
Ira'r! [ and tester Ptic* Kobinson.i 1'10"1R.iit"'I"J either U&tn.ev wr stale ca the .* th.-Mf'-t cf Mrs Marrab> as she tad
ii th i jut : the rx.s-
Kate House arn* his pals or secrty ;ua now and :, r1I wr" a ties c: "I.c : :alt seen her-a woman In the prime
: I tester Pric canto home from a : w.-rship 1*<. Tier tt".O :Yef tag: Nay te.: :t. ix: eeng a"o S. :eaheaan.1i te do7 ,t of :l.Je-and it seemed Impossible: that
fb :! A"W a.'! sty ni I.' N-! wits a w9ee fee'i j cf .n.nut : she :d ::
ltxf-wtr grounj and t>. sprit ci e 72 !4: tra3f -4 ;Scs at,. wNlaei.f cou really be dead and
: :.''tltorr.n' fctcvt to say i eithtrg! proii'tRiTates. The ad'rtof yea 1- lot Y'; 11 2- ear. :h. three mal: boys motherless.
.t..f..N4"t :: a a i xl'. :.) "e 'K ": :: :' r iiil.y. beeeae Nan s cold fa.was suddenly: .
r.'ar "a .
\ I :' Y"L..n.u' the Tampa gunmen hi* brought steep y t.vx'r :: a 'P-.a.a :t.-I to her :t. sts ,on:;. >> snap on .p
J'\o. 'l' h !sees-l'r..t! .
9' s oleot ia Evifor\i. Where _. .
a sw era _r." n : the l poor little bc> .' she said
!-I-NJ !'. G.J to..a .. Get :"s.v .'..ntro&-"uYIr q-jwt ric=*d arJy "Aa where .e t .e-ait a.nr -\.n' ::, t:. xater: J. 31" I| trckenb "I must go at One of
: F',.. E !. _' rat, I I .
lrss Ulster Rah RahEFNrH
i :U b.\II' tra wJ vptrstr: ';rt "rtC? J4. w;a a gae: cfa '.: I mU.I"
.T.oo..d'r.! silt'1 guarvi arts a tot:UTto ssse n es e7ssNu a ra.a 1 ner t U :, :. with .I Irwas only I when eh< was real:r ta
> C.KVPK I.-- C.:0&.1: at .i ., t.t ;_ve ::0 a .= the train and racing out ct LooAonthat
1'0
: .e
i i rra; ;1 UIft'11 **:* every n\x-it :'
vrrr h. I'\'Nn thoop a'Wrare '- Ss wia .: 'W .>.* ,'( (;:..tW'tip. wfco ka.+'-' and crascv cf the bag pr.soa farm. : h. .oIoO" 4 she .;cas t.sae .: a ::' to : t:& yea had saiU; about his rater hcxe frs
!writ 1'I'HtfM ,crrr t"lotfim of slitwrr3. TV fejirJ"r >-T'.mirjiij-thvM* :o Lad to.d: hs d. o11 .t sc cr.v.. t'acc+t5 :; e.7 .:t lhk S log 8 coir to Lea"nJtSe cac&
whom .is:rt r.e 'w U vr b> a t.A:- 11I.1 tr ii e at ic=. c.1 her iceil; -.efcm = I| her breath. with a gasp.
t'3 t'srtt-ltxsr .y.rit tl"iethrva'e co.or.o.J h. gai eea posts -=. 7. c:.- as wJ atrjpty I Was tljls the hand of fate a< int-
t' .\"\ :. w* u..ia.i'.. Jo : 'f kader Sat ti* rack oaf w..i sat Jwe Ste Ks; lit t. a : -.e got a porte o' she closed: her eyes / /:: "
Cidct XV* QuvyJ )u$ visit. 1CoIt H'. : t-: g I; :. twit c sand I (To } *>
I file at FUifoM ar* art a f tiJ7*. c B CUQU.f a

( 't"tda.t .a. "If tJ>* ri \b wvm d :at us lsa ------ --- .
Male !" I IT U \! <* a liiif trod tt* xvrre -

I _. -\ ,ltt rva4v tah'twlesi tisiaT 1 .-:0 wvu'jj Sr;tl* 15 <:tVHt J::', th:2'a; *e :c'ast' Mot !arty &. : tai a::':.1';r.'r..r 1 UX.i> h'III' sits a iI.rI er.ciraa.

y.Qoy' a yvYb fat'it1Yd JI' >u. m.Iil til OltIs t x.: t 1 h't' a :et :.fr'- ;r.'.=< :2. Sr :rt.nJ.nt3c' a-d t Ilr..nlin&! A': House. biter striped ?-

< ( tl ro.\"t t gift 1 ;:very .. "f was vas rr akrrssD. :.. ", trapp'-ic, a> ;!-"t' rater!
: ')1' at:; :err caas*. w. Suul !.!.-<. w ;'T :'-< a1-:-.: '! r.a.J the "lifer" of Tampu's half \\ r'd .m.t as

t \ t'.,JI' w&a-I ase IIr kra3C 1;r.-.;eI es. war;" ..! 1.I".a:2.- the rexar't !:stn Hi.e prvreiwe !r' whe ,ir't.e reporter t.' the st.i- the only threaten1, ) 1 l._j.n: Eaifont's -

t ",a-trr, 1a-&t' ,ri :eta wf .hf't y ft tae ;1:" txa "i- siAr* as a ..ol and h.'l blue hunt.! .:

; ; 1v lave a ".-\.:. I'.. It sees .U if t'cse !t '.-* ;!, 'N' 2.: -i** tiafir!r ti* ji-- s:rsutfcl with %-vu i you 1'11) .

abu.i ". .s :c rtalu :ir -* awCtaia It'f.. shed the ta=>i.iaHt.. "I :i< fi=* tie a nan.. WOODLAWN

7 .*-'t' ,:t a :ter; t..t to b gvr yUN:5. TS-* s..rrt.r: I'uu the

i .*.:!t ear ._ + poet. !otoAo alas-s, the :rot c! the .. !:. terSJahte 1..L. :.a.s:0 .. v..t. < r !T'r the first handclasp. WoodUiwn.: April s> _Mr. aid

$ vvaa' *-Ti* imas w-t. a :;.. <':' sbor:, f:.-ly .:jovial, hot nukos. Mrs Ray ""lImar!. of JackscaMlle. -
; : a'"tJeY Hesse >..4Tvaplaa lsecH + oz* : :ia is ;' the
: i teal .1' "
:e. f:: ott ct" f c:1' syntpaUT e ivxirf ..*
.W : .iA .:!!t .: 2taf. prja guests ...f11'0 l IVnmark's
FhlUR GEl 1DIt "uo
rYpvwr a 2-i 4t' starts wa wa1 parents,
{ 1 fzem > = tazri.; aid a 'soft .txz *tr.
r ant
Mrs.
+ t3. asp d'foIL fr.-ai tc'txxij: deati live 1.:, ire: ar>?' nd ...r dayCap- J. S. Norman
: .
brrsa d C. :a the at of FoIN -.
;
: :.w 'f: 'OT''D was g'Tes' ,.! .; 4e >rvs* *;r f t=dr=oC. ::geS .r.o "An4 1 know Mr. and Mrs. O J Phi'ISp:: re

t ; sv&: TT a "'rttey .a" l'ft aw br*. Fast si* Ti Wifijcy. :'IC. .L'ir. li more al the." ; by their last turned to Miami.: Thur jai after
22. $. Lea Ilea.atva. trees, Tlwyoont* to rse with theirJ It two week's
: ,-.as.T 'saeawvri ;raaer. .1 ess 2.en he L .t :ac: 'U..tNa i \tart r-ere w th their
V\L1t aai r"; ;' .a.sf itr''ullvs = t hiv to know l'"t'nt.Ir.. and Mrs P
's a i:* say !..! ra asp tt tone t Seat az i 2.re tae ;.: ; .t..n U Phil
I :: S. 1 !.rvv .y iabT ar Tar rv.vaer rt3 ve s.3ert oil :haJ a : 22 :.to e''' t.as'1 a nex. dcwt **v- 5\1 House i* a hrs.Mrs
f br Le.a N. ].fItl Lea] U:4. Mtarbe *. >' PS! dir
a.. S.- e'a sit Tet."yr wrrav3 E. I rseaee-s F.etea, CyrIreSae ; Jtr 'nt. P. Hrvwmrg .\",.. :!.iasgiiter. -
the
1 FaiL a + v-A'.lou:! atd fin.J
,prrarvd a :fix .w.t..1of. a HIt a+3 E: .a3f d 1' Juanita.: wire shoi-p.rir{ 13
ta .
w t.tts wrvt< with his
: l Stag-Fa iitL-l Ma3eatAcme. main- Mari,
7ar2T oJ\t 1e3 f't'10 si* fnsn5i ;1L1 ir.5snl ereara.err. e ( aturiay.hltesrs .
Fe FateiZv a2d t.ri t'w.Ar'aeon : ;r.&
r.'IIL.crr.t. .aos t'av- T"yiur.s i 'rile t.L S. tA'- lirbbir l'bl1hp+ ;
andadys
S 3,rriarn.4rt 'lth 5
ttaiJICYITfa 1 ntr.'It a taeput :0101- : in < -jr M* tarr isjrvtsl nlt\'hlY Norman wore vx-.tor
Jtir kt
to
T. ; of the fuss sown! 'tali
wvaitaee .- ftasssxKSas as"vtir etamers : ) Jo'1-iJ.I '.
:
.c
& .wwe gtrl..lse lQy.1L11r # n .. ,: he )
.
: ttl4 Tt''ei ;f o.-N. .':x3 trwr .t*1 .IT. ;rte u rviet4 out the tinech I Lauri
i' Itar y' Xy err! it' : .. C : 'krrs. ti* trcjij fwWs and ant'hY n t'art..r. :f
i-t- 1 ft 5* AMC tuami r..1.-oI" ;rauatrswfbeet r I'; "J".I.\I"
; tile.
a the avhtervntvtas spent: .:-da Lox
!'xCT iisfrll 2'I n enl t .'III\\t )
serea yt
d'a.2 as
b5-I .11 7rnM g1 with
war ynjia4v a tae fa their .
rr :: n part-lit Mr .",. Mr*.
swtlvt C'- *. aal t Vw you wdtb alt Tot vayuerL :et..? NIt- 'alt 'r:{: at : :. .. n:+ .The { i.' t. tarter
1 t 1 r'IICtIIIotn :. 3Sut wlri :1's; : 1ltlta 'r A a>M.b I in place .
stir bsITIv M; 1.:1" .
,
Sep. .f K
fr .
t moi EI.IJIW aeeat i : which F'orda': t .:
Sad t. Tait .rotor tv' twtwr tpvrne per:saa.'e't ,Vm.- -s' ::s : J f..11 + 3uthIAy hen'

: C'-\; pole was fto.I&+K II dtsgveEst 1. t1i'' i 't -. T* ILTJt U .SIt M: .n.tt :'.Il< r1''! .':: ta* t37r a:._.to tags w-.U Nr mnufvwil 1. 1.,.". '. fartrr t ," >:.,' ': : \f.u

afAai 13.i -re thre :f'! I f Lit awn2: .f-4p'.m' *: !+!lSY2f.Ye.hr4te tf 1. mean II .*.agt sa.noj \ -
T.f..r; \
.rt'os. ; i large ,-
| -, .
: N 1 Nt.If "902' and c.zv t '.1' ws '.a: :a t years to k-'v* "ml plans hunt 1'0lit re t..:

t 'UoI\-m Juayt 5.m.c lor t vi:. ': ; ': 3 a yYtl.7tar w. U uafcr ooosMkcratHui whereby at the hone ..f 'I" .r,; l'.

a t" Fates Fist O-c.eThwr "'M\ 'm aaaei. E. : :J tlL+f wit 1 make plaw tor uchvt j J.'r""n t' it 3inid.t, .l: ..11

.aAtrrfir.. I sat s.-.: "llCt satleitr4 tup st f nr ae'v'sthis tt't t'1 f : :wmi'a? = Lt r ilva.a i .:_ 11i"1" 1''l1ln.i C t U-L
: ,xsnca-rhwnrt :0 feel. S.- sad I store btntt', 0 ..
,vhu.l l oar : tIInZI.r mat 1 IB. :r* .t.nu"t evrv.baixirwl t.
tp fx C'"k. Pt ole fe ii ,1urlf. i' ii nme e. wriiL r-art a : t5-wg3 tare .t I ."f. Berea t Alta .' ad.tt. .ft"I..1IIt '
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: l stetk1Rt;: aw SQ a. !treat :avi< ;V a a raaaeltattwa. ztmraoaf ., 3SJ. t. .beat their taste after :t ta1ltrn 1Ii',_ lLlv Anil.1It". Ri' -.t'..

s as.f t ..oc-o '1.aQY WIN.Rttt $ 1.v't. S.t asli a 7r. t. ftnii=*ry Iu1 hut one lrrarla .licnuia' : .. ksacitile. -

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h __ __ ____ .___ __ I land fills; of Nassau county haveentered Key West-An empty beer bottle -tato supervisor of vocational ngritulmre. I| St. Augustine According to 'oUe-$2OOO;\ ; Ichool.a11.bond.
j the countr '-w '. of Florida in Short Paragraph contest, sponsored by Miss: Pearl thrown from the steamship. \ n number of slides showIng ''crop I conditions are excellent! thisweek. <0",01" I (,ablca--Const ruction? o i;. :' '
: Jordan, county home demonstration ruKi. midway< WWIMMI: Key We-t Pram'' Arms Apartment I.to I." lfdil'l'g. #,
toil, 1 IIiuna.a off \ \ how rii"rida's "ulnt houses"w Light "howi-i, > h.ivcI'a'le, 'i.iiinl i.
the ,
the puked
: agent. The ohjl'ctIt competltion : up gr"' tinder way. "j.: I ) t''
l I, is to encourage the use of the const of I Ireland a letter received. -rk in fie growth of greenery in ideal wont her mnliti,,',npr) ..1",1,011IIINew factory bull I. a
pumpkin and squash in the home hero stated. C. n. Stokes, of Key the -Into. :, vnil. I Practically nil t li.ue-I "if ,th., mi' 'i" l he cu-i'ted on McDuff t.,
[ Live State NewsTOLD mid to see which boy: or gill can '\\'(-"t. who was assistant engineer, recent cold, .snap 1111% ,' ,|li-nppar>| '01' :nuo:: .1'
t grow the largest pumpkin. on the Cuba; at the time, sent the PlllntJ-n-For the !Past severalvenrs I .ik>'hind -Two new building"1' .
and titreme .
; hunilmi "I'n
bottle its and I li; mle, Si.itilmnn. > i r." *
on way : the potato growers\ in the inn constructed at South 'I\..
of ..
I Wildwoodldvood will have t'li-ggan\" County, Galway, East 1 Tnlatkn and O'an"lil18, ;\ sec. | green crowing pi-ntT.es thimii. I h- ( n* .
out the district.' It i i. in">\\ pi.dnied I
BY OUR EXCHANGES of the depot flowerbeds Iiclund I, recovered it.Talll1hlls'eJo'1oriln. lion, of I'utnitm county have been I( -
i one prettiest I that the week of April I rj:! .",t almost loge.H :
on the main lino of the Seaboard e'Xlwl'il11pntilll.with t \ the growing of four weeks, later than last J<
I will show celery, amid huve; beyond, the I t
proven
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.. -- ---- ------ --- ----------- ---- ---- with the completion of the eleven othet! slates of the !south! question of a doubt that this section season. lti>cnu t> of the ,iKIav in thetarting ii\'I:1 1

Fort Myers-Work of laying price was F. O. B. These growers I plans of R. L. Hare, rondmaster. how plant propagation is conducted or i [Florida is especially suited to )" of the shipping season, nilinterests Medicine will do \ \ i
track for the Seaboard Air Lino will be shipping potatoes in carload I Ir. Hare an ardent beautification in the semi-tropics when the the growing of ee'lert' n mid then too, c -will-- ho.rend.v.---- I IrIJYOUUVllemofCatafthorDe
railway extension into Fort Myers' lots until their big crop has advocate, has started the movement joint meeting of home economicsand this i section, i.i the f'low.ncwpl1l. belt, Tnmpn-\'. :M. C. A. to launch -caucd by Catarrh' Alio Blood (,1I '
is progressing rapidly with steel been harvested. here and is solicitng the cooperation agricultural workers a u held assuring, plenty of wnter for, iri- ?$10.000 t improvoment I program.Ponsncola fier 1C gives wonderful u teiulti.a -All 1\
laid into the city, it was announced of employes of the railroadand at Pinchurst, N. C. during the Ration" which is necessary for -IluU received, for Druggistf. :Jl<\?.."\.1: :
today. S 'ernandina-\Iore: than 200 boys the citizens of Wildwood alike. week of April 5. l E. W. Garris, I "growing this crop enlargement\ of Sun Curios, I lot... F. J. CHENEY & CO.Toledo CVf& :t Ii.1 Ii.-':
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Plant City-While he was watering ;t -

an aviation exhibition, Gardner __ __ __ __ --_--_ .-_ ._._ _____ __ 7q 1 t--
Cameron, 0, was struck by a car ,
driven by :Miss Ennis Durrance and '
received a broken lej.( The accident J
was said to be unavoidable.


farmers:\Iudison-The are hard bright at work tobacco setting I CANDY B egorrah! i SUITSXIIW 1 1I

out plants for the 11)20) crop. Last'
season :Madison county had around
1,100 acres of bright tobacco, but ,4 I
Peek Realty Co. + + +
600.
this season will have about f ;
Sweets for sweethearts Sure 'tis candy SPRINT.:.: SUITS FOR MEN ,
... Miami-Governor :Martin will be \ ,
she likes best of all and begorrah our ',
asked to authorize a loan of $150- i AND BOYS 't\
internal brand she likes best of all candies. I I
000 from the improvementfund REAL ESTATEUNIMPROVED NUI'SEDYOU 't
for fighting the Evergladesfire Bring her here or better still drop in and ;
which has been blazing inter- :MUST RIm: OUR LINE TO AP 'f 3,1;
mittenly for more than a month. buy her a box. One, two and five pound FARM LANDS
boxes. PRKCIATK Tim QUALITY, *>,FFERKD a1 t ti
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of the sudden "
Tallahassee News
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i : AT SUCH REASONABLE PIliGE d't.
death of W. W, Clark of Milton ; ?

representing the First senatorial Improved Farms, Turpentine and Timber Lands, Residences in Starke, Building r Hi *" "%' {
district in the Florida legis- 1 t !J<

lature which reached Tallahassee Mitchell's Drug Store Lots for Homes and Business, Lake Kingsley! Waterfront Lots. J. M. Alvarez .;1
today, caused profound sorrow ,.,.
throughout the state capital. "
The Store Where Quality Rules a s ,

quarts Plant of City strawberries-:More than have 2,000,000 been I w--,_ _._._ _._._._,_ .. ... ._.... ._ _. ..__._ _._ _' ._._ _._._._ n .. ._ ..._._ _.__ _u... ,_._ _. _,_ _._ 'OW ...- -.-.-- .... \

shipped from here this season with ONE TIIIItD "
a total cash return of $09,001.'! It The I busy! housewife, who finds! her timeLESS i M
is expected the revenue for the season FL'Elw TO ]HEAT YOt'ttHOMK I for marketing limited will appreciate t i ; H
may go over $1,000,000. : BUILT: THIS WAY this store. When she phones us an 01'I I Investment as well i BATHING 1
der, she may be sure that she will receive t
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Poultry -
IVnsncola Tii-County CeIotalD8olatfncLamber.uaed the same quality groceries she
show in which the boyo an'l 1 ha place of wood sbe thing and would) choose were she selecting them t as a Home .
I IOknloopn '
of Hdcambia, Santa Rosa amt "
girls! little, fcdaec fad bill approximately I

is counties planned will for he this the contestants fall,, poaaible one-third.even the It makes almplett It herself.OVERSTREETS ', 20 acres near town and right on improved Tlio 1: time i i-i j almost here for trips to the ,

I'ensncola the location, nc. lake--ami! ; :swimming parties, etc.eDIy'coetlyhavebadbefore. .
with
as home to hare the comfort that road, house\ and,] implements could! not

cording/ to James Gibbnney, who id : ._._._._._.._._?_._._.._,_.._,_._ t be replaced for price asked. It is i a case \\ l' toe :-liowmjr the. California) line of <" Vt
promoting> the movement t : J.IIHl'nlllt'cdbathlJ ; suits\ -in all the new ,
Fbr the first time. It enable* you "h.ive to sell. This farm is 1 practical -.l.\'h'" nnd colors, for women, misses and s

J>laundries Hustls! -One in of the the tate finest will equip open! I to get oomp/.t.without insulationpractically extra ccwt. A 'TENDER LUSCIOUSBEEFSTEAK I I)1' all tillable, and fenced. Price $1,500. l'hildl'l'Il--eIIIII) )"ami select yours early so I "
will l.o all fixed" for that first
Pbooe for Terms can bo arranged.G.M.INMAN. you
for business here within two ua particular .
months.! Messrs. Hill andlIarl'rn\'I.', warm day-the prices are very reasonable '"

I who purchased the old Eustis I .#' j ,''i
& DAVIS
\ steam laundry last October are QUIGLEY

completing a large new concrete I How about one for dinner tonight? vVariety \

:plant. I Marguerite's Shoppe i .\ '
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Snrasota! -The first of a dozl.'nfactorll.'s \ to I ;
launder l Market nY I
to be established here ip.lue a/ecao.at.a.rbsa_ .q .
onatru&tion for the Sherman '
Pipe Company: which expects! to I -.---..-.- _. --u"- --,, --- ---. -- ----..- -.- _on" no --.----.-.---.-.-.. '
and the j't': s
employ about 100 men ;
l
building, of which will cost approximately )
$:;0000. ,.

P'nqaf'olaJlail'tonps! recorl- THE CRISIS x

lirpn'unj! in sire and, quantitv-fell I I ReflOFElHlgTheFilPIFePTAPE L

very r itlntv generously la-t. night.over In the narrine.vj city and,! No Only One Hope To \ *** < '

Park t ( --- -- -
damaged and a number of young RED -
chickens! killed. I Always lucky-without financial worries
I, or roponsiliiliti'es[ he had grown to ,
Fort ;Myers! --Samples! of a bub- laugh and] say let tomorrow take care ofitself. '
stance resembling rubber but taken, \ ,
from, a wild plant common in south H', The interests of :Starke: ) and farmers in the surrounding country aro :\ f.'

Florida, has been submitted to i closely connected.. A misstep: -a speeding[ car-a scream
_ Thomas A. Edison at his winter and 1 he was: brought face to face with '
home here by Capt. E. E. Damkoh- t We help each other. grim l'ah.ty.Vcek dragged past- \ ,

ler, local real estate man and. We depend upon the farmer for our produce. He in turn looks to us doctor's bllJi-a: nurse-and now the J
former river boat captain, to de. =OJ: 0- ant: =
for what we can offer. hospital!\ and( an operation. What was ho(\ .
termine its commercial value. toil lo) ? Ho du.ln't have near enough mon'I '
the You will never encounter any There i is electricity, telephone sen ice; civic facilities at large; our ey-yet her life-was at stake.
Fl.'rnandinn-Impl.'tu'S! given unnecessary delays in trans- stores where his needs: are met. ,
projected, program: of the Fernan- Why hadn't he saved them he would
dina chamber of commerce and the acting your business with us. With the spirit of full co-operation the merchants!! of Starke) offer to hate been prepared for this: f' "
home demonstration clubs for the the farmer reliable goods at fair prices. t't'I
development of the dairy industryIn PROMPTNESS AND I SAVE: PKKPARK: I-'OR RAINY DAYS i
Nassau county by the enroll ATTENTION His:! patronage enables them to grow and to further extend their field AM) K.MKIUJKNCIKS;: ; : : THAT MAY i I j tI

ment of a number of boy! In the I of conicrcial usefulness to him. HAPPKN YOU ANY DAY1A \
.
Jersey calf clubs of the county. = I (Sank) I took is
I got: : al-oaa: any-ready friend. \
For these reasons, our neighbors from the farms about show a wise"
Brooksville -An effort to get economy when they ::1 \:....-;
a centrally located express officeto .
serve this city, displacing the BRADFORD COUNTY ,
Individual offices at the local stations I
af the A. C. L. and Seaboard Bank of f Starke -f It
railroads, is being made, ,fov the i : BANK 1
chamber of commerie.pcrry .

-A conte-t- to determinethe Service" ,. BUY FROM MERCHANTS=: OF r
"Bank of Helpful
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oldest oldtimifiddlir in Taylor Bradford County's FinancialSTRONGHOLD
county, has just been laum: 'bed We Pay 4 Per Cent On Saving ,
here under, the ausu.ics nt The STARKE I :..

Perry Herald local newt', 'aper. I tablikeJ 1889 Starke. FotNSURE .. ,
Spurred': by the recent annouccnienrthat
a 01 I year old wielder of the I
bow had contest in New;
fork, .state won, search a is being made, in t

local fil.'lls.O'alnThe, Ocala branch of the TODAYThe a 'n 'tis :Foin Smol" TiRES'AN:; ; ; BARGAINS <

Federal Dakeries is the authority EB" }
for a state ment to the effect.that No matter what your demands may For YOU I ]" '' ) !
Herman Peterson a noted baker, As every man should know we carryall in tires we can supply you with just thy
and originally from Sweden supervised the popular brand cigars and tobacco. type and size tire you want. Our Balloon '
the making! of the wedding time to buy insurance is before you When are hankerin' for a good Seml-Ilalloon, Straight Cord of 1
cake used at the rjcption of Presi. have a need forinsurance it-then it is toopurposes late. I you Fabric tires are all "long-distance" tires, ATSTUMP'S ,
dent Woodrow Wilson when hi1 mar- for all in theold smoke point your feet toward Corpen- and a guarantee goes with every "shoe"
ried the second time. have Ing's. .1 An.1,l or "inner." '
'" reliable companies. A phone callwill P'1 .
Miami-The University; of Miami Let ui quote you on 'c and size STORE '
will,be formally opened next )) place me at your service to discuss PIPES-CIGARS-TOBACCOS tire you need. We are sui: our prices ,

November, it was anounced here your insurance needs. will be lowest DRESS GOODS
today. For the first year freshmen
.
will be offered' in engineering -
courses, law, mechanics, and a number INSUltAMCE: OF. ALL KINDS Corpening's Of Newest Patters and Colors ,
of other studies. The law I'ercale Dotted Swiss

school eering Is school ready will and bo the school.ready long before engi-i- Harold C. Wall DRUG STORE J. W. Andrews Jr. (Organdie iingham Li mien, :: (

the opening of the .. Chiffon
THE NYAL STORE

Irish Arcadia potato Watson growers and and shippers Dozier, (Formerly; lAma & RItch) Day phone 14 Night Phone 130 FORD PARTS AND FORD SERVICE,

started harvesting their crop _
have --- = --_ -- _- -- :
and the first car was soM for $2- ,
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52-2S Bradford.2Si5"8l588iJ8l.5i5! 88t2'2_ School Journal 9I g AL HOUSE IN & One fore you He"and paused I have but met Nan somewhere b*

High gave no sign,
I nibForgoC though her heart seemed to leap almost
I I g DEATH CELL FORSAFEKEEPING !f ? from, her body.

-- -. D RU BY : "Have you ever seen me before?"
KrnKNH-MATTIIKWa; sAMMY 8TKKMIKUU OMKV: MUFFIN; HII I MM IM.'NCAN [ L- : he allk..d painfully! "You knowIam
Killtur-ln-lbirl: Aiaoctale .illlor Athlrlie Editor Julia Ktlltor r sure Arnolt has told you-that
._ .. __ g ag \ ItKfilN; I(KICK: TODAY "It's a little place In Hertfordshirei the shook I had when I was knockedout
I L : : i called Loa v..nd.'n she said clearly.: In France has. made me forget
. (Jj -I,- t tin !y Ik ,btctusthat<< rat surelyS : : :{) [D '-I don't suppose you've ever heard some things In my life. They say It'.
( Imiki-d luid., lie pulled a pirturc ...I rJ o :{) C ''of-lt. but-" only temporary J and that I hall ball .
{) \ ,
(fl.rI| liiiliy: out "f his piickft nnd, iiddn"j :{) C a By Haisard W. Hartley : She broke lit: John Arnott had right again but It'. got on my

, (]{j) ing it said, "Well I !gus I didn't 01I 3 (The! Tampa Telfgrnph Stuff) given a war-whoop of delight. nerves-I'm always dreading that I
( ) : "Leavenden! he al jj trr-iit" ; you right anyhow. I'll try n Al House king of Florida "
) I that's only two miles from rayaister'p know, and not know thorn.
((/] "n, more und" see if I can't (do) buttur CC j its in the gloomy death cell( of pluce; she lives at Little "f saw you that night at the hotel."

f\)\ this time CC D state prison farm, learned Gadsdcn the noxt village." she said gently "I dare say that you
[q') The rest of tho night was spent CC U day of tho sensational escape There vns no reflection of John are thinking of that"

(g) in deep slumber his "crown pl'incc"ig Anott's delight In Nan's face. "Perhaps I am." He bounded relleved .
( [ She had made up her mind to keep he
{] Joseph MttliiLo! C Huhn. gave a quick sigh and
( _ C away from Peter by going to her own
-- looked down the wet road In the direction .
(j 5] KEPOKTS FIUM THEEticiuctle I.rus (]; The news was taken to this home;and now It had turned out that In which, Arnott had van.
[ tight-lipped czar of gunmen, her own home and Arnott's were ished.
(]
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I close" together
Club' was the ringleader of the
[ (]= ( "Arnott seems very bucked to
[:J At our meeting of April 2 the ate band found guilty of the : "You don't look very delighted.
(]: ;; : = think you will be within easy reach
Arnott was saying ruefully.
ic. main topic of discussion wtia! truvcl-' N? r; r2 S'2, : Ifav-a-Tampa payroll robbery, I Nan laughed"Oh of him at Lea\'endon." he said. with

RUBY j ing etiquette under this came, -ti-S Duvul High and Joe Rickett, from I n Morning Telegraph reporter. I : I.I but I am" she protected. "I sudden change of voice." "I 8UPPoaa

: queUe in the hotel proper dress for John Gorrie Junior High. "I knew Paul would make it .I shall look to you to amuse me when you are old friend?
J I[
x "But Sam I told once I "
you
o San said "Yes. and then "No "'
i men and! women on the train, etc. cried House ,
couldn't go, I'd love to go with you I Little Girl (to grandfather) as his pale and then added with a rush, "I don't
rlli but I must miike out a report on I I i This was our last meeting for this. Why don't hair : I flushed and the wan I I I know; It all depends what you would
you grow on
I year as from now on the end,) of your wreathed : "
in a defiant smile. i call old friends.
Sam pluud- o
this book said Ruby an head
: { this ,Hcmistcr tho physical education don't uk me if I know I Arnott, came back with the
ingly asked her to go for a short Granlrather-WI'II, why doesn't | ] taxi;:
I period will be given over to about his escape. For you see" I the rain was dripping from hi. shoulders .
ride."Well practicing the senior PIIIY.Assembly I'rasBCrow on a busy street ? a dramatic gesture at the but he was flushed and smiling./
nil right I'm awfully sorry, Little !girl-Oh! I see, it can't getup I bell and the steei door"-they I "1 had the deuce of a job to get

you can't because there's several I through the concrete. made it pretty inconvenient for m it," he explained to Nan. "I had to

things I'd like to tell you prlvwUlv1'' The meeting>t Mardi f St I WIIn! What here." j I go halfway down the Street"
Lady mode
$ replied Sum as he turned from till 1 charge I.t tho sclcnco club Merton you come in I House and his two aides, J. I IOilroe IT Nun thanked' him hurriedly; she
without knocking. I have been "
living with iU heuU rgiving may u.d. "Go>db)' to Peter without look-
cozy room Clark told in an Intonating"' mnn- I and Johnnie Kinnie, I
i dressing lag nt him and ran across the
forth a cheerful warmth,, I nor the life of Thonlas! Edison, and :T i jointly were convicted of the : pathto
, :\Iikp-O, no! I always! look thru |I the waiting cab.
that made, him almost cry to think LawrenceVlggin' gave the life of the keyhole first.eighborVhy. |I factory holdup, are quartered In : I Arnott followed and stood at the

that such a room could belong to a i Luther Jlurbunk, the "plant wiz- I, death house at Raiford j,ucaus door retcanllcs" of the rain pouring/
pretty girl who could lu so heart- nrd." This was the? lust assembly' have they have proved three thorns down on him.
got on
you .
b less. I mi-ctinir. that will be hold this year, rn many coats on such a hot day ? j! the side) of Capt. J. S. Butch, super.intendent '' / "And you'll let me know when

"Goodnight," culled Ruby as Sam I t Init wo feel sure that the high Put-Well, I am going to paint I ever since they // / you're leaving town?" he asked.

stumbled down the stepa. school, will carry on those<< mooting. my burn und the directions says, j| taken to the prison farm. l / "Ton promised you know." he added'

i "Goodnight," grumbled Sam j next' year and! for many years! to "put on at least throe Louts" I'i.wtuU Intercepted. i' as sae hesitated.
"Well" ho sighed, "I guess that set. I'come, with the same enthusiasm "II Defiant from the day the bi I Did I? Very ,,'eU-do go and takeahellcr.
"
tles it, I've nuked her about fifteen I | has boon shown this year These Sun"hine-A you letting your stockade gate closed after i i ithcsp : : you're wet through.

t times. I, guess nhe don't wan any. meetings not only bring the Ftu- I hair grow out? stormy petrels of the underworld j t He shut the door reluctantly. Nanwaved

, thing to do with me." I
I ,I ling! of fellowship! hut they really bocoming.trustees three weeks i II It was only when she reached the
A sudden longing for the woods, can stop it. 1 flat that she remembered that she
the cheerful blaze of the solitary accomplish wonders in settling Important when vigilant guards found I I l 0 had forgotten all about Joan' bar; %

campfire, came over him, and ho I I matters thnt come up before Teacher-What is a very high 1.38 caliber pistols ami a supply she bit her lip with vexation.

said to himself, "By'fJeorget! tumor.aow's ; every high school from time tux ? cartridges in the false bottom of I i Joan was angry.

Friday, well I guess I can. to time. Small boy-A poll tax. I package, containing n cake and other "You might have remembered It,"

wait one day, I'll leave tomorrow We fed, therefore, that the as. delicacies, which was sent I she said peevishly. "That wa all tasked
after school." seinbly meetings have done much The following letter was selected from a suburb of Toledo, Ohio. < you to do for me."

fur our school during one of its from the grade as one of the best I The discovery of the pistols p Nan did not try to defend herself
All day Friday he tried to be
<< most successful yearn, and hope types of a business letter: shells was made through a fortun.ate 0I < ; "I forgot." she said "That's my
cheerful but each time he saw Ruby the good! work will be rarfivl on. Starke, Florida. I I turning over of the (' only excuse. I Just forgot I was

he became downhearted, he railed April 5, 192! ,| and, according to thinking about something else and

" at himself about 'puppy/ love' it's all. I Literary Club Cohen Bros., hutch, undoubtedly frustrated I; you'd forget worse things than

I "tommy-rot" ho thought cynically. The Literary club met In Miss Jacksonville, Florida., i desperate break for freedom, ( fighting that If you'd for your got heart.little "red she< .demon cried.

,o That afternoon about five o'clockhe Hrown's room Friday April, for the Dear/ Sirs: I i might have resulted in a I with sudden< fire.

strlll'k' out through the woods, last meeting of the year After a I am answerelng your advertise battle, such as the Beige at ,: Joan's little maid knocked at the

J toward, his favorite thicket. As ho short business meeting !Miss Lucilu ment in this morning's paper for i I Kentucky state penitentiary j "You'll let me know when door; the thrust a scared face round

i. entered, the cool depths/ of the :Mitchell gave two readings<< after wVappinR counter girls"> I am ten ; Eddyville., lown ?" ".PI..8e.I'am! another telegram."

swamps, a pcncefulness) stole. over which !Miss> lIuzellidlIeton! years old and In the fifth grade. I i I It was Monte "Tex" Walters wh, !; leaving Joan"Fdr rushed of across the" she room grabbed
( course:
him and he laughed, at himself for gave a series of readings. The meeting have not had much experience, but 0 j wrote in letters of blood the ( bored to death with the country the yellow me envelope glanced at It

worrying over a girl. || then adjourned. It is hoped! will do niy very beet to wrap the 0(I of the Kentucky prison upon : my three small brother. Oh and gave a little laugh.

"Women," he soloqll lwtl. "('flUSt3> thnt this work, which has proved packages securely.I | pages of American penal history.And 0 0I raining!" "How silly: I was BO sure It must

all the trouble," but he ndiied, "they ,:i so beneficial and interesting to us I am enclosing a recommendation I i there is a marked! '" A sharp spring shower was Iud be for me; but It's for you Nan "

also 'cause all the good. But what will be taken up again next year. from my teacher and principal. I| between House and, Walters. ; deluging the earth. Nan made Nan. took out the message "
dive for the doorway the shop "I have got to go home at once.
cold-blooded and
do I care I've gut the woods and, am S Yours respectfully, are a.-rognnt defiant had Just left followed by both she said dully. "My stepmother ba
perfectly' happy as long as I'm in I It. II. S. PHILOSOPHY! Florence Finchor. to the laws of man. j died very suddenly."
thl'm." died wth' his boots on after standIng "It won't last. she said breath' "Nan!' The two girls looked at on.
Xone Are so blind, ns those who SIXTH GRADE I ,off an army guards and militiamen ',: "April shower. never last another In dismay Joan had never
He was awakened from these were up late last night. in one of tho most sensatlonal ; ." She was standing so close to seen Mrs. Marraby. but the had
thoughts by a low whining! bark I The last meeting was held In the ,I struggles ever fought that their arms were touchingIt heard a great deal about her

Advancing carefully bo got almost; Time and the last bell wait for sixth grade room. First on the 'I'I prison wall. If House had gottenthese I 0o < turned her sick for a moment y "Things always happen In threes"

under the tree in which! a squirrel Ir I no man. program: was a song "Old BlackJoe" .1 o phtolll-ond the opinion ... the lost time they had Nan was saying dully "First Mr.
I I Arnott coming-then the wire from
together before he went to
sat. In a few moments he saw by room. Next we had l a that of veteran guards-he ami his
Tim. and nowthill"She
| A wise son maketh a glad fuhterI -even now she seemed to feel
another squirrel evidently tho mat* reading, "AVhy we observe Ea t. pals would have "shot it out" stood twisting the
mechanically
hut the comic<< strips are a lot more clasp of his arms round her-the paper
of the first, frisk out on a limb' ,, I refreshing. I Or" by I.ouisp :Marshburn: "Poem of would have blown their way of his heart beneath her Life! had suddenly

Sam would! have worn that the inw Knster": by Jewell Crews, Raster: freedom, or have, been slain them. I changed from a sane and cheerful

the male wink at his furry sweetheart :: I Whnt our school really needs IsI" story by Beverly Cndy; jokes by selves. l I She spoke hurriedly to Arnott. thin!;! into a sort of torturous dream

as ho pi-nncod up to i her<< Slit. l''III' e in girlology. Hen !Sternberg': John James Rooks | Male and Worship. 3)S I I Ii "Do you think you could gel me a ion where stalked sorrow: and hand death.la.hand and desola.She
"
turned and leaped' Into thj Jnrlcness I and Lester Price Rohin>4on. i Every prisoner, at Raiford either: ? thought of :Mrs. Marraby 81 she had
of a largo onk. j I A hir.lln the hand Is n breach of hates House and his pals or secretly Arr.otl dashed out into the ram- lost seen her-a woman In the primeof

!Snm': chuckled, to hlm.4i.if; and, I I o etiquette. Looter Price came home from a worships them. There is no ,! Nun: leaned< against the doorway life-unj It seemed Impossible that

called out (ns i if t tho squirrel could! I who--;:;;; football game nnd started to bod.' i hnif-wuy: ground and the spirit of I a weakness sudden feeling of uncontrol she could really be dead and
I A boy nlnchalnntly
; The three small .
understand )."Don't about'' Mothvr Don't forget to say The all'l'ntof boys motnerleaa.Nan's "
woi* ry stroll across, the tlits room with a I Innthinll'l'relominntt'8. : Lystcr looked at her curiously he : cold face was suddenly swept
thnt "Id,! chap come on nn I Join air, broken garter poise.. your prayers. the Tampa gunmen has brought to her with sudUi-n gentle by emotion.
PIIHSOHSCH
Lester Price his kn'PsGoI'Ioh's
we'll start a bachelor's club right ] on about a new era in I Rniford.! Where "Oh. the poor little boys! she said
heft" I I TCat: t, ii drink and ln merry for tomorrow 1 j j i >4 mania, God bloss) papa God once comparative quiet reigned nnd o "Is anything the matter :Miss liar brokenly. "I must go at once of
He "It.ss Lester Prloo Rah Rah Rah.SKVENT'H honor ?" course I must "
trnmpoil on tliruiigb' th. you niny have indigi-Ktion.' the system was operating
woods wnti-bimr! tho various; wi.id-" I j smoothly, added guards: and a feeling I I Nan raised her eyes to his with an It was only v hen she was really In
1 CRADIWo i ) -: her lips quivered Into a smile. the train and racing out of London
folk working nnd playing*, tmti' it Sad IK I it mil) xccm to bo, the of unrest permeate every nookund
nro sorry to report the ab "Nothing-of course not; no there I that she remembered what Arnott
was almost ,dark, then ho 1 logan t.i: powdi-r puff appears, to be taking .....n'eof- Glenn Wood who ha n't m cranny of the big prison farm. : nothing: the matter thank you. had said about his Bister's home beIng .
look around, for which the place of the wash-rng. The hardened criminals-those to ." she to Leavenden.
a spot/ ii| on I | I boon present' since the first of this Unconsciously shrank a so near She caught
to spread<< his blanket ftmithe night. I I The lIuprl'mott'r;; week. whom discipline will ever be a hnt- from him. her breath with, a gasp.
After Sam Slit his I a Kirl !generosity |I cd thing:-House occupies the "Do: you know" he said abruptly Was this the hand of fats agajnt-
supper
Manket with his back upon i is to ask her for her last April 2. wo had a visitor, Joe I IRiokctt. throne of leader. But the rank and ..... a moment "I've got a sort of she closed her eyes giddily.
<< nvninxt
1 stick of chewing gum. << We enjoyed his visit at the back of my mind that (To Be Continued) ., .
large pine tree; the fire wni crackling file at Haiford are not of this typo.le I

I) n1l'rril.onl, the wind wni ,sighIng -S 1 What you don't know may not Teacher<< -Who can define "ap. "" thA' .,.n..r.l' wnnl.I I..t iii hnnl. --

through tho tnll trees. Sam I hurt you, but it certainly won't petite ?" b this case" u lifer i told: the reporter; I -

thought, "I wondor whet the treos II I ht-In you on final exams. Tomm'hl'n you're eating today "we would settle it ourselves law abiding prisoner is 100 house sits a silent engima, bitter

ore saying It's funny, but I've nli i you're'appy and when you've fin They have made it tough on all of : behind Superintendent j and unrelenting. Al House, strip

ways had, a kind of suspicion that I I' A blOtter I is somthing that by'' l ished, you're tight. us. Everything was running along I ped of his trappings as stern rulerof

the trees talked. at night/ and I'll! the time you've found it the ink is smoothly until they came. We had : regular" said the "lifer" Tampa's half world l, looms as

be hanged! I If t they ,ilnn't sound, like, already
they nrc saying "Rnh ', Ruby) : ," riKMT S GKADE; Country man-That's nothing, j because of the discovery of the I I % "square as a die and he'll ford's blue horizon

right now. I p-hess/ I'n- kinI of ,,, I( so does a woodpecker |I guns. It seems as if those fellows straight with you if you play i -_e
The first nnd second grades
are
hasty last night when I said sh.. I'' should begin to realize there is no 1 game like a man." WOODLAWN
delighted with the Health Rhymes I Teacher-Give me n sentence I ;
chance
butting
hated mo, but I'll wait for her that they are only superintendent impresses the
to
:
to each by Miss Shaw of with enclose.WilliamThe.
pupil
make the first move. Oh boy! If the sent Florida Public I Health Assol' u. I man wn "in '| their" heads against the bars of tho < from the first handclasp. | Wondlawn, April !9.-Mr. andMrs.

she ever make that move, won't; I tion. The health alphabet and ,clothes." law. stocky and jovial, he makes : [ Roy Renmark, of Jackson-
be hoppin to moot hor." SEIGhTH House Claims IIIn..ss"House S feel that there is real sympa v ill l', spen the we4 health color work lire keeping the :
Sum >began to nod., Suddnnly ho I C.RAPE complains of suffering< inside prison walls. guests of Mrs. Denmark's) parents,
pupils> delightfully busy during tho, <
from "lack of
straightened """hntVn... At lung trouble und a 1 around 1 lIr. anti :Mrs. J. S. Norman
up that health periods<< nil of this month. the last club meeting the following understanding" on the part of Rai !get every day,, Cap
noise? he hoarsely! asked himself. Lust Friday the primary and l program was given: ford guards. : Blitch confided." "And I know Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips, returned -

His question was soon nnsworrd;; grammar departments of our school 1. Schoul' song by all. I i "They don't get me here, said the I of the 700 odil.! by their last to :Miami, Thursday after

staring across the small opening sent four health booklets and four :2.! Song-Ah, I In. by Lelia Den, underworld prince, "I guess maybe They come to me with their n two week's visit here with their

him was n largo wild-cut., "III"'., after health posters to Jacksonville! totiitcr S Kstclle, Loah and Paul. it's a lot my fault. I'm out of tune and I have gotten to know parents, Mr. and :Mrs. D. L. Phillips -,

that big rabbit I killed Jut-it t bo- the slate prize contest. They | 3. I love my baby my bay loves i imo with the scheme of things." down deep But House is n ,
"
fore dark. thought Sum, "Oh! ,if 1 wore full of fine health lessons" 113 by Lclia Doa Estelle, Leah and House! i is not being worked. He ia Maybe someday I'll dig Mrs. D. B. Brownlnlond daughter
I had JUSt thought to have hung Paul. S under the callous and
it
wi-ll, as beautiful to be seen. They quartered in tho death house, a find Juonita were shopping in
over on the other side, instead of: wore on exhibition four days in I 4. SonllPa.llllinll'lal.Jlinjl': scant dozen steps from the grim what's wrong with his main- :| !Starkc Saturday

right over my head on this big our and the Home, By Kstcllc nnd Lelin Dea. I i I
room many wuro comments (bomber in which stands the electric :Misses Debbie Phillips and
Gladys
pine. As ho
i slowly moved tnwnr.t I Witch is
of received.We .
praise they chair. Outside [in the courtyard mighty Norman
his gun which was> n good ton footawny He (absent n1il1lh'dl-You're) a i of the farm. He I were visitors to Starke
glowed .
enjoying the scabs with
are new workmen are constructing aspecial Frith.
.
I from him I
the cut looked,I
und measures. The children who cell block of concrete, whichis as he pointed out the fine I
t I Shi-Why, Harry! My name i IsSue. Laurie
pleased' and started and
crouching for drink milk are showing their gain 0 to be used to quarter prisoners the broad fields and re- Owen Carter, of
the final spring, which Sam I ; I the Jacksonville, here
saw in pounds as well as in looks. I whose fiery and defiant spirits can achievements planned spent Sunday
would land on him instead! of on tlu> St-voral of the grades have had Recovering say you're n ,bo'orsweet he conquered only in solitary con the future with their parents, Mr. and :\Irs.
rabbit. He girl and l I love with all I C. L.
stared at the cat un ,I l'11hunls and lunches this past !I you I finement. forms are already in place Carter.
able to move so hypnotic was it* wi-i-k.. my heart. the MNa LeIla Sap, of Rising, spent
Ours was went of the school i The reporter found House gnzing : factory in which Florida'
0 0I Said the bank teller
movements. Sam stared, nnd, star"d I ground I ln-ynml tho newly graded to the newgii'l moodily through the bars n. he putt >f" tngs will he manufac Sunday here the guest of Miss
like a n\o,1 l man, would the cat nov- who wus making a deposit 1.<<'IIIt''ell'' (',u.ter.
I street. Wi- want to paint, it Wilsqn head in hands, on the edge of his This will mean a huge sav
I er spring and end it nil ? At but t ']I i street in honor, of our great. pn'sl-I You didn't fool It up. cot. Gilre'e was sleeping: and Kinnio in the years to come, and, plan A largo crowd attended the egjr;
he sprang so ,did Sam, but in th.. \'i>, she replied innocently I took }hunt nt the
home
|Uient I tthii-o) framed picture hang was busy sweeping: out the cell. under consideration whereby of Mr. and :Mrs.
opposite direction. As he did .o On, our walls In several rooms nt I'I'I I 'n taxi. Kuccr: For News.They shop wil make plates for other J. S. Norman Sunday afternoon.
his head, came into contact with) I P. B. Browning
h""I. E"tell-DI1IItI Taut not going seemed eager for news from and C. L. Hil-
;
an unyielding, nnd unsympathetic.Tine outside '11m"" were, business
I S to chnciI more. the -those strange men and contentment visitors to
tree. Sam blinked his FIFTH CKADKWi ; : f any every Jacksonville
eye", Ifor father. -Why ? from the half-world. Questions fell Seven hundred men ) Thursday
rubbed them und gazed about nt : > are glad to base one of our gj Mr. and Mrs.
Estcllo-I don't know lell. from their lips in a constant their tasks after the fashion Rivers and mother
my (
the tranquil scene the fire had died I l Iuu)5, Leroy Wilson, back at school lag and I always make zero. stream. I ordinary humans But one senses :Mrs. lluvt-) [Denmark, of Jacksonville

down to n hear erf glowing: coals. after several weeks absence. Her father-Why, I thought you "How's[ Sheriff Heirs ?" asked yearning, a longing for were! the guests of relatives
"Well Ill be hiinired," he said! to Since the Jacksonville pubcmhunlf !! studied., House. "Send him my! : regards. I and loved ones There: is here Sunday.Maitland. .
himself, "if that isn't tho most realwild I hnha.1 "tiood Friday"und | a -
: r.lltelJ.-1! d,), but the teacher smile on the I ps of the "lif- -4
!, tame, drcamlcat, I've ever today ( Monday) us part >f Keeps changing the words. think I deserve it. as you alight at the station and -New Bank MaitlanJ
P
seen." their Ea-tt-r holiday season, the | Lena Bell (sorr'fuJly-I am aw. goodby. opened for business.

"That dream must have been to fifth gracithati two visitors In our Iristo Lena Bell-Just think I ful sorry but that is the lowest and the Palatka-Ground broken for
of
bow me that things aren't as 4S bad I I room, Sydney; Rickctt, Jr., from made lero on my exam and I don't I they are'allowe,1 to !give. back there In the song grim a death bird j erection sihuol structure.I of proposed. $150,000'









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FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 192B BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKF FLORIDA PAGIIT1IREZi ...,' .
....-WI ',. '. I II o
have \Yl'd-\n beer bottle I .c According to I I :'tIm'ottp-$2iOOO: school b Ait< .'
and gills; of Nassau county Key empty tato supervisor t of vocational agruulture. ( t Augustine ; .
. '.., I entered the countr.'-whlt! Pumpkin; I with an ad, lresej envelope inside took with him to thoirntherini i news from HaKtlnprs; today, potato 1 Issue to bo voted on. '... 1a iV
,.: Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph contest, sponsored by :Miss Pearl I thrown from the! steamship ; a number of slides showing 'crop' condition :are excellent: thinVPOk. Coral i .) ii nbles-ConstructtonripA\\j ,I
<. I i Jordan, county home demonstration Yuba, midway lu-'wivn: Key Wi'"t I'rnu'v" Aims' Apartment buiftjmg.id I !
how Florida's "slat houses" Light HhoWC'fi. llllVP flllll"], \
: ngcnt. The object of the competition /and Havana was puked up off the I get under way. -V:?* ).
is to encourage the use of the I 'on..t of )Ireland, a titter receisedhero I vcrk" in the! growth of greenery in said ideal vvoathi-r ioMliti,. |1'-i .l.ii.. I UsdiuilU' -New factory bull,
: i pumpkin and squash in tho home stated.! C. R. Stokes, of Key the it ate. 'Ivnil. Practically nil tuuo\ of tin, in i" ,to bo erected on McDuff Anur ,;' t. ,q
.
[ Live State NewsTOLD and to sec which boy or girl can \\'" who was assistant engineeron : recent. roil snap have di'III'I"'III'.d|" grow the largest! pumpkin. the Cuba at the! time, sent tho ('nlat"a-Y"n the past several !mid there* ore licit,, Is <.t'n. r Lak"land.Two,' new building! 1 :
bottle on Its way, and Garde 1I'tl'hulIlI veers/ the potato !growers in tho i ; jug constructed at Southor \ i i1l'le.
of TMTlfi'i's )
I ldwood-Wildwood will have Cloggan! / County, Galwny, Fast Pulntka and (l1'anpliJI.! : .. section ( green, growing: / tt"'h'I' .Tai fill i iHall's
', the IIRtrl"'t. It i. now puiluiod I *
l
I BY OUR EXCHANGES one of the prettiest depot flowerbeds lie-kind) rci'ovrrcd it.Tallahassee1'lorda. of I'utnuiti county have beenexperimenting 'I' I that th,' week of April TJ I:! or nl- -,'" > 1 '1'
on the main lino of the Seaboard with the growing ofcelery most four was later than )lust. ,,) ... '
will show
I and have Catarrh
tho
--- --- -- --- -- I with tho completion of the eleven other: states of the south question of a doubt proven that this beyond sectionof 'lIson. Hi'paiiio! ,of t the I ,drlav in (the : i

Fort \Iyers-Work;: of laying price was F. O. B. These growers I plans of R. L. Hare, rondmaster.Mr. how plant propagation is. conducted Florida) is especially\ suited to interests"tlrtillnf' / will the ho shipping semen; '1. nil l Medicine will do what 'I '1
track for the Seaboard Air Lino will be shipping potatoes in car- : Hare, an ardent beautification in the semi-tropics when the the growing of celery and, then t too, ---. -.ready- --- weclalmro otDcafnikW'T' ,
-rid of Catanh
railway extension into Fort Myers loud lots until, their big crop has advocate, has started the movement joint meeting/ of homo economics t this section is' the flowing w'IlIH'lt, Tnmpn-Y. M.: C, A. to launch cawed your by Catarrh.tystcm Alia...Blood Purlv fa' ;
is progressing rapidly with steel been harvested. here and is solicitng the cooperation and agricultural workers it held assuring plenty of water for iri- $10,000( improvement progrnm.IVnsacoIii fief 1 it lives wonderful resultAll ,.
laid into tho city, it was announced I of employee of the railroad at Pinehurst, N. C., during theweek gntlon, which I is necessary for -n N. received!l. for ,, Druggist ; '.'. .t \it r

today. s Fernandina-,-----:More than 200 boys and the citizens! of Wildwood alike. of April 5. E. W. Harris, growing this crop. enlargement! of Sun Carlos. Hotel F. J. CHENEY &. CO..Toledo;K1:. }:j", i .\.( J ,1M:.,\

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Plant City-While he was watching ; -- -
aviation exhibition, Gardner i
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Cameron, U I, wa! struck by a car
;Miss: Ennis Durrance and p
driven by
'. Ik }
received a broken leg. The accidentwas I ,
said l to be unavoidable.
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:'Iladison-The bright tobacco CANDY Begorrah.! I! SUITS t
farmers! are hard at work setting ;w4
E
out plants for the l'J28 crop. Last
season :Madison county had around I I

1,100 acres of bright tobacco, but Peek Co. }I. + + +
this season will have about 600. Realty : j
Sweets for sweethearts! Sure 'tis candy 1ST'HlNG: SUITS FOR MEN't t
.. ;\Iiaml-Goverraor: :'IlartinVill be she likes best of all and begorrah our 4
AND BOYSNUKSED
asked to authorize a loan of $::50,- ;
brand she likes best of all candies.
the internal improvementfund
000 from REAL ESTATEUNIRIPHOVED )
for fighting the Evergladesfire Bring her here or better still drop in and e
which has been blazing inter YOU :MUST SKK OUR LINE TO APPRECIATE f
mittenly for more than a month. buy her a box. One, two and five pound FARM LANDS
boxes. : TUB QUALITY 'O FERED (

Tallahassee News of the sud. AT SUCH REASONABLE PRtCE$.
den death of W. W. Clark of Milton : \ ;y& b 1 ,

I torial, representing district in the the Florida First legislature sena. Improved Farms, Turpentine and Timber Lands, Residences in Starke, Haildlnj \ '' ;. ( '

today, which caused reached profound Tallahassee sorrow I Mitchell's Drug Store Lots for Homes and Business, Lake Kingsley Waterfront Lota. J. M. Alvarez

throughout the state capital. \I
I
The Store Where Quality Roles II

Plant ;: than 2,000,000
City-\Iore
quarts of strawberries have been I .._..._.p.--e.s.. .

shipped, front here this season with ONE-TIIIKI t i
a total cash return of $809,691.! It The busy!'! housewife, who finds her timeLESS i /
Is expected the revenue for the sea I FUEL TO HEAT YOUR: for marketing limited, will r l
son may go over $1,000,000. I HOME: BUILT THIS WAY this store. When she phones us an Investment as well BATHING F
: der, she may be sure that she will receive "1
Poultry
I'ensal'olaT..i.Count) CdotesIoa4tingLanberesed she 1
the same quality groceries !
show in which the boys ant 1 .. ptw of wood sheathing and would choose were she selecting them as a Home .' -'Ii f,
girls of E'seambiii, Santa Rosa an,1 l 1 lath redact fuel bill pprozi- I ,
counties will be the i
con-
Okaloosa
trotant-s. is planned for this full,' ttsabetI..oioe for thl.-d.the It make It herself.OVERSTREETS 20 acres near town and right on improv'h.e limn almost 1 : here for(? trips to thel.iUo I

with Pensacola as tho location, ac borne to have even the comfort simplest that '' ed road house!'! and implements could not -ami/ ,I ,K\vimmfiiK; I / parties, etc.; \

cording promoting to James tho movement.Oibboney, who i\f I nly'costly one*nave had before. ____"_._,_..__,._"__.__.._ I. asked. It ia a case 1tim rnulivd an I, ,showing'II..alllll/otl-lillts-mallthenew' /the .J California line of i .;.

Ile the first time It enable you ,) \ farm is practically +.stylo ami color, for women ml8s R. and '--.
Eustis-One of the finest equipped to fet mplat9 insulation all tillable, and fenced. Trice 11,500. children':.nun' cull\ select yours early so 4
A TENDER:> LUSCIOUSBEEFSTEAK:; ) : ; .
laundries in the tate will open >practically without extra: cort. "
will lac all fixo.l" for that first
t\ for business here within two PbooeusterpaHwlars I Terms can bo arranged. you "
warm ilay-the prices are veryeason-
months. :Messrs. Hill and Harirrave,,
\ who purchased the old Euotis!! able, f f
iQUIGLEY i-
1 steam laundry last October, are & DAVIS 1 S .,

completing a large new concrete How about one for dinner tonight? \, I ) \\ :'

plant. I I' G.M.INMAN I Marguerite's Shoppe ,. v \ ,I.\ -
Sarnnotn-The first of a dozen -- I

factories to be established here Is L n--,.. _.. .......... Variety Market ; 'z .I \ ..1I '1..
onstruktion for the Sherman I
Milder < ,. -,--. -. ------.- -.. .----,. 4
Pipe Company which expects to .--=--.-,_.__,,- -,-.- --- '-- ----- -- -
employ about 100 men and the 3'I s
building of which will cost approximately : I--------- --t
$0,000.:; c. '

Pensa.nIaHailstones! I rocorlliic'n'tiiifr I. I The F Farmer THE CRISIS sOnly -.

in i7P and quantitv-fell Regarding I
No '
very county generously! last niglit! over In the Harrineaa city and I One Hope To Save :

Park. settlement:\ miles from thistlt.v. I HER LIFE ,
growing. crop. were bnclh'
damaged: and n number of young, RED TAPE _u '
chickens killed.! I, Always lucky--without financial wor
: ,
Fort :Myers-Samples of a bub- worries r "
stance. resembling rubher but taken
:
!
from a wild plant common in south
Florida, has been. submitted. to I closely connected.. : A misstep-a speeding/ car-a scream
Thomas!! A. Edison at his wl'lf'r> and 1 he was! brought( face to face with I .,
home here by Capt. E. E. Damkoh- i We help each other. grim reality. Weeks! dragged past--

Icr, local real estate man and We depend upon the farmer for our produce. He in turn looks to us: doctor's bills-a nurse-and now the '
former river boat captain, to determine :=IOC OI 01:1'' -- for what we can offer. hospital and an operation. What was hcto a
its. commercial value.FernandinnImpl'tus's do? i He didn't have near enough money -
given the You will never encounter anyunnecessary There is electricity, telephone service; civic facilities at large; our : :-yet her life-was at stake*
delays in trans stores where his needs are met. '
projected program of the Fcrnan- Why hadn't he sand them he would
dina chamber of commerce and,I the acting your business! with us. With the spirit of full co-operation the merchants of Starke offer to have been prepared for this? t tI'ROSII'TNESS ..

home demonstration,clubs for the the farmer reliable goods at fair prices. SAVE; PUKPAKK; : KOIl HAINY DAYSATTENTION
of the dairy IndustryIn :> AND
development AND! KMKKCJKNVIKS: : : ; : + .
THAT
MAYHAPPKX j
Xassau county by the enroll :>i His patronage enables them to grow and to further extend their field '
ment of a number of hays In the I of comercial usefulness to Mm. : TO YOU ANY DAY! J

Jersey calf clubs of the county. I moo 91Bank OIlC = I A Bank Hook) is an Y-ready friend.
I "For these! reasons, our neighbors from the farms about show a wise ,.
Brooksville -An effort to get;( economy when they ;
a centrally located express officeto t
serve this city, displacing/ the I BRADFORD COUNTY ..
individual offices at the local sta. I
tions nf the A. C. L. and. Seaboard I of f Starke I I 1
railroads, is being made, bthe . I BANK i iI
chamber of commerce. _
BUY FROM MERCHANTS OF t l''t
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Perry-A conto-t t<> determinethe I Service"
"Bank of Helpful
Bradford .
oldest old-tune fiddler in Taylor County' Financial
county, has just been launched We Pay 4 Per Cent On Saving STRONGHOLDEttablished .
here, under the ouspuc-s) ,ot The I STARKE It .. l
Perry Herald, local new li'apcr.: 1889 Starke. Flat \
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Spurred by the recent annoucement :
that a !01 year old vvielder of the ,
tewy ; _ ... } I II
contest in _
bow had won n I----- _._ .. -.- ---- ---- ----- v '- -- -
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oi'k state, search is being! made in '
local fields..)
OcaIn-Tile (Oiaia' "branch of the NSURE TODAYThe 'n 't is a Foin Smo' e" LONG TIRES DISTANCE BARGAINS' f'II

Federal Bakeries is the authority I 1 1
for a state rent to the cffcckthat :No: matter what your demands may be I U\ J' ""I
Herman Peterson, a noted baker, II As every man should know we carryall in tires we can supply you with just tho r
and originally from Sweden, supervised the popular brand cigars and tobacco. type and size tire you want. Our Bal ) 1
the making of the wedding time buy i insurance is before hankerin' for good. loon, Semi-Balloon, Straight Cord of
a
youI When are
cake used at the rscption of President have a needto for it-then it is too you Fabric tires are all "long-distance" tires, AT.
when hi married -I smoke point feet toward Corpen-
Woodrow Wilson all in the your and a guarantee goes with every "shoe"
for -
insurance purposes
the second time. have ng's.:1: or "inner" tLet t '

:\liaml-ThB University of> :Miami old reliable companies. A phone call us quote you on the type nnd size STUMP'S STORE,,; ,

will..be formally opened next I i will place me at your service to discuss PIPESCIGAHSTOCCOS tire you need. We are sure our prices; .. .. ',

November, it was anounced here :your insurance needs. will be lowest. DRESS GOODS
today. For the first year freshmen I
courses will be offered' in engineering Of Newest Patters and Colors -
law, mechanics, and a number INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Corpening's ,
of other studies.! The law Percale Dotted Swiss I
t
school is ready and the long engl-r. (iingham Linens 4
eerlng school will bo ready before Harold C. Wall DRUG STORE J. W. Andrews Jr. Organdie; Silks \.
the opening of the school. I I"\ I
THE NYAL STORE" Chlf/on Crepe de Chine '

Irish Arcadia potato Watson growers and and shippers Dozier, (Formerly; Inmaa &: Bitch) Day phone 14 Night Phone 130 FORD PARTS AND FORD SERV1CI of"

harvesting their crop -,
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FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1928
FLORIDA
.FACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEL GRAPH. STARKE,

, ., r: '. for the' I receive special and kindly attention velopment of this project and outlined cord with this view and were un-
accommodations
I a.lhu. ,- .:; :;;;;;;; has accepted fotr-truction a position Company with the for use more of "the public. His business i ill; 'I from the drawee. the policies of the State Road nnimous in favor of making the offices *
Mi'DoMiNil
Pat Wat-( in"rI.u-inlt, and the service is sat Good music was also a featureof I Department in carrying on the! ( as beautiful] or more so than
M'-s-r: '. Jake Wimro.
(! the afternoon and many pictures! work. He was optimirtic! regarding those which Judge Long now oc.
kin, .1.f Hatch and O.: Sphink wee Nfartory.Sthidule i
: for the First Bupti- I| fif, the happy crowd were taken. I the early construction of this cupies in I'alatka.
Jaik-onville Sundiiy
\i-iinr- tn I highway and made -t Judge Long is at present erecting
llth. of rattlesnake important
4 'I'lll.iiwtev High School. closelnt ) ,1 (church of Hampton April I, The approach a large I
clear that the building of that a home in Highlands and will
siiccecsfiti 10:00: H. in. Sunday school, Subject was the only thing to mat I
\ Fridnniter a very "The Creation of :Man." the occasion, but since it was so I part of state road No. 28 between make this city his permanent home.It .
due tliI'uilurs
.- ...' 2HII 1, rln.11Jf'h: fur their credit untiring is effort" I 11:00 J : a. m. Preaching.7.T. ''iililv handled by Mr. Amen It was" tho Flagler county line and Dunn 311 is understood thnt he has selected

1 the I : m. Senior li. Y. P. U fully appreciated by all as an April depended only on the necessary cooperation Gainesville for his home as It
splenili p.
with their pupilun" I "A Testimony Psalm." Fool joke.When of Flagler county with the center of hj i... judicial area.
shown in thoi Ir subject
FITFUL '" interest they have the State Road Department. At their meeting yesterday the
frienda. N:8ti:: p. m. l'reuching the time came for departure

,I JJREN'S PARTY I :Mrs. O. O. Ptrayhorne, of Waldo' ,,, work.:Mrs. William Reddish( who )inbeen I O. C. Weathorford, who is cm lit\ 15:00: p. m a vote of thanks \ In discussing the matter with commissioners also oreilered an

cpent !Sunday' here with her parents :' home of hl'r ployed as telegraph operator 1 hy: was given to Mr. and Mrs. Ames members of the chumter of commerce advertisement inserted for bids on
Mr. and :Mrs I''. :M. Hazen. very ill at the I I he stated that in order to the $150,000 bond issue for the ne\v
I The children of the Eplscopi :Mrs R. R. Thede, is now the'S.. A. ].. railroad l, has move for their royal entertainment
k I of Gainesville; daughter! / get this work done without delay hospital] which will be supplimentej
Sunday school and a few of their J.. f) Hnxen of his family to the residence! of Prof I
delight
1 the great
little friends enjoyed a delightfi; 1 spent the wi-ek-end, here as ICUI'"tof improving,friends.to Carl T Luwhorne on Church street i! FRANK F. CLARK Flagler county would have to raise by $50,000 now on deposit by the

i party Tuesday afternoon at the :Mr. and "Ir G. W. Hazen. 1 her many :Mrs. Puckham, of Theressa, w a:" DIES SUDDENLY:' by bond Issue sufficient funds to city: of Gainesville.ClearwaterBids,

''rectory, given by Mesdames Carlton Mr. and.] :Mrs. It. J. Waters, of I ZIFF a business visitor here last :Monday. Frank F. Clark-72 of age augment the money of the State! .
years
Waldo, spent Sunday here as and Road, Department available for this received, for
O. Long
I' and Robt. Jordan. :Mr. and :Mrs. G. resident of Starke since the first I
a (
. This party was in the nature can guests of the latter's parents, :Mr. I Ziff, April 9.-Services was luau'Mat son, Guy Jr., spent the week end of the died suddenly road. Chairman Hathaway and construction of new courthouse and

t LEa.ter egg!: / hunt and as thi" and Mrs. P. A. Crosby.BRADFORD. Dedan Saturday and Sundae with Mrs. Longs sister Mrs. Cloud Wednesday year his son, R. F. Clark noon Engineer: Cresap presented command all and the jailf addition.

was the third birthday anniversar I A large crowd attended.Mr. of Jacksonville I superintendent of the CityLight & information at their St. Augustine-Remodeling and

i i of little Buddie Jordan, a number and Mrs. R. B. Thomas al1,1, Mrs. Josephine Sullivan spent Water Plant finding him dead assured the officials! of the chamberof repairs in progress at First M. E.

:Ytl, of his little friends' were also present Bradford, April. 0.-Mr. Tom Edwards daughter Hazel Mr. and Mrs H Sunday with her son A. L. Sullivar I'' across the bed when he went home commerce that the State with Road the church.

I to enjoy the occasion. and family, of Ellenton, II. Howard and children wer!! of Thereasa. I at the noon hour. Mr. Clark had Department will proceed Zephryhills-W. H. Chandler, of

Mrs. R. J. Davis entertained the ( spent the weekend here with called to Hough Saturday to thp Miss Free Wynn, attended the I been sick most of the time he had l building of road 28 ns soon of as the the St. Petersburg, to build $100,000
I bedside of their nephew, Dalton services at the Boptlsl necessary co-operation
1 children with several games and friends and relatives Easter been In Starke although: lately he : several counties through which this arcade.
bright colored Easter baskets, wer/ |I Mrs. O. W. Berry, was a visitor hunter church of Starke! last Sunday. was thought to be considerably improved I
give!) each little guest to hold the to Worthington Friday nfterm nn. I :Miss Ellen Howard, of Fairbanks S. B. Owens and family of Lake I' in health. Shortly before I road will pass con. be secured

Mr. C. J. Crows and W. II. Har. spent last week here will City, located in the cottage known HOUSE
tegg.A, contest was given an he was found by his son, he was sitting OFFICES IN: COURT:
Gainesville Friday, :Mr. and :Mrs. R. H. Thomas and Mr tourist near the north I Grove'sTasteless
motored to the
roll camp
L >u i prized were awarded the girl anboy'who < I as on the porch of the home, going BE FITTED FOR USE OF LONG
at ': found the largest numhProf :Mrs. Lloyd Johns, of Pine 1IiII'I and :Mrs. II. H. Howard entrance of town. to his bedroom from there. It I
as and :Mr. and :Mrs J. B. Thomas wen+ of Waldo\ was a
was the gucpt of frirnds Mrs. Stowers, ,
eggs.Late I II is thought that he expired as he Best of Accommodations Will Be i
hero Saturday, afternoon shopping In Hrooker Saturday business! visitor here this week I
jn the afternoon refreshments I Itives I II reached the bed.
Mr. and :Mrs M. I,. Harrell and While) J. W. Lewis was walkirn Rev. Bartow Scarborough and Made for Judge Who Will I
of ice and I cake: Mr. Clark was a citizen of Norwalk
cream cones I I Make His Home In
baby, of New River, were visitors over his farm here last Thursdaj wife, I. L. Benenbaugh and wife, Chill TonicPurifies
I were served. Conn.,, before his coming to
; rattli'.. City Soon.
of the largest
here !Sunday.Mr. ho found one all of Jacksonville spent last Sun.

j Those enjoying this party were: I and Mrs. Willie Unborn, and snakes that has ever been found If day with :Mr. Bedenbaugh's parentsMr. locating Florida at some Green twelve Cove Spings.years ago The: Gainesville May 7.Splendid offices : the Blood and
Hazen Ivan and Doris Carl
Ir
Carl G feet
sons. of Jaiksonville, spent thoweekend this lI'tlm. He was : and :Mrs. L. II. Bedenbaugh./ will be installed, and furnished '
body to his old home
was shipped makes the
cheeks
ton Frances Lee and St. CltiiPeet ,
rattles and button. rosy.eoc
had H a
I here with friends and length, I Misses: Hilda and Thelma Sullivan for Judge A. V.I i I
for burial] throughout
Thursday afternoon Ileleaves
A. Z. Aclkins Jr., Glori Fairbanks
:Miss Ellen Howard, of the guestsof '
relatives. I of Thuressa, were
four sons, R. F. Clark, of Long, of the 8th Judicial Circuit
I Johns Ruth Wyman, Margaret, here with Miss Op- I'
t Ann Malpas l
t[ 1 rill jFulch.petty Crews, Louise to and Stnrko Mrs :M.Saturday.Mr. P. Harrell and :Mr. and, :Mrs. ]r'ln'rnl's! neil: day. Clark, of Worcester Mnss.; and i city within the commissioners next few weeks.. attheir I t & CASKETS

} Snyder,..Bbie and Buddie Jordan of !St. Augustine spent Homer L. Clark, of Norwalk The county
son :M. U. Jr., of !Sanford': arc children, THERESSA Conn. meeting yesterday decided to t and a Full Line ofUndertakers'
and Rebecca Rooks davs here with his the weekend here with J. II. Kelley f
\ few
Z. spending a I spare no expense in making the '
I 1i mother :Mrs. W.f.' : Harrell.Mr. and children. Theressa, April 2.-Elmer Powell CARD OF THANKSWe : I best accommodations for the Judge, t Supplies
\? ., ,\ HOOVER EN.: of and little daughter and Bo:>n
.
Raborn
and Mrs. Alvin
;jt; TERTAINS:' CARD CLUB Jacksonville, were h'reInlay.\, I CITY Powell and family were week-end I take this method of expressing and will utilize the the rooms commissioners now occupied i J t AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
by county ,
\ visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. C. A our thanks. and I appreciation to I
Mr and :Mrs WiIIi"r.I'1I1"rn,1
tit' Mrs. Frank Hoover hostes and the board of bond trusteesof Alwayi hand. Tfc. bM tcrrlc
was I E. D. Jones, of Wildwood, visited. Youngblood.Mr. our friends for their kindness n J
Louise, of St. Peters.burg many .
and daughter, I II t th lowed prlC80lpoel.1 attention
to the members, of her card dub District No. 1.
I the week-end here with relatives and friends. here Sunday : and Mrs. C. G. Manaire, of and expressions of sympathy i I to trlrffriph rdo-.
"* Tuesday afternoon at her home or spent I Col. W, W. Hampton and E. G.i REGISTERED EMBALMER
friends and relatives. I Mr.: and Mrs: W. E. Jones returned Hampton, were visiting Mrs.! HettyCloverstttle during the death of our beloved
(
Madison street. Mr. and Mrs. ]Lee Harrell, of to their home at New Smy. a few days this postweek. husband and father Also for the Baxter appeared before the board I DEWITT C. JONES
and advocated fixing the offices
After several of bridge -
games few rna, after spending several days I many beautiful floral offerings. up
*Mrs..,,11. II. Young was presentee Jocksonvile here with, arc his spending brother, W.a 1i. here being called here to he at the :Mrs. Margaret Brewster, of :May God bless each of you who in a style which would add" f STARKE, FLA. j

With a box of chocolate candy as the!, days Hnrrell.Mr. I II reside of his mother :Mrs. R. Alones. Jacksonville, was visiting her fath. i came to us during this sad hour. the proper dignity to the high office :

bolder of high score and Mrs C Seller F.dwards and er, Capt. R. C. Heibcrger Saturdayand :Mrs. W. M. Harrell held by Judge Long. The com- r1-fF4444- +44+4+4+HIM
and :Mrs
"' A. Futch was consoled with a duin. Mamie: Hall returned home I missioners were thoroughly in ac- --_._----
I son, of Tampa' spent the week-end Miss: Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs M. D. Harrell ,
"npiecejof) fancy work as holder of here with :air and, :Mrs. A. A. Ed Sunday from Palatka after spend- : and Mrs. II. D. May were I Misses Geneva and MaryHarrell. -- ---

.econd. I wards ng a few day's there guest of her business visitors to Hampton Sat. o 1

During the social hour ,delicious! Mr. Cephus Harrell, of Starke!': "ister, Mrs. T. C, Thomas. She! urday.Mr. I :Messrs. Guy, :Malcolmand

sI Refreshments of brick Ice cream spent the weekend here with his yes accompanied' home by !Mr. and') R. :M. Mersey, was transacting Valburn Harrell. BATTERY CHARGING !
and nabisco wafers served ,
were .
!Mrs. T. C. Thomas and children business in Hampton Saturday.
:Mr. and :\In.V.. II. Har.rell. .
parents
the guests, the favors being small POSTAL OPER\TING:
who
nd Jop S. Williams, spentundav OCiO e dO O13OC SSS SXOC3O:
bouquets of sweet pens Members, j here guest of their mother,, !SPEND: THE DAY PARTY DEFICIT ESTIMATED:
Mrs L. A. Cook, of Trilby Is
Mesdaraes J. L. Fra-
present were: GuaranteedService
tee, O. L. Haynes, Vivian Saunders,,, : spending a few days here with her !Mrs. Joxie.Thomas Hall. visitor to Last Thursday April 1st, Mrs. Washington, April Operating Hours

F. L. Turner II. 1i. Young, C. A. .sister Mrs W. :M. Ilarrcll.Mr. Lucian was. a David Amen entertained at dinner deficit of the postoffice departmentfor 8 and

,. Futch, G. M. Sistrunk and E. M, ,' : Allen Conerly was a visitorto !Clarke: Wednesday.Mrs. Lester Kite and daughter,. the women of the Presbyterian the fiscal year 192< was estimated V

"::"'d Davis. Aliichiiu/ Friday. I church at her home two miles weston today at $28,000,000 by Joseph Service Satisfaction
Waldo!
to Monday
C. J. Crews and W. II. Harrell, Louise motored ) the banks of Lake Crosby. Stewart, executive secretaryof

ti 19 THE motored to Stark Saturday. nd while their had dental work The rooms were laden with the the department, before: a senate

ESSA. .. "lone.Mr. prefume of spring flowers and nests committee considering postal rate Stern's GarageAgents
LAWTEY : and Mrs. Carl Wynn and chil-
4 Thertssa, April 9.-P. M. Geiger visitorswre of beautifully decorated Easter charges.'
of Luke Butler
Iren were
.was a business! visitor to Starkt!! II were In profusion.At The cash deficit was placed at EXIDE Batteries Phone 87
Tuesday Lawtey, April ]).-Mr. Percy Sunday.Mrs. I"I/ the tap of the bell the ban $18,000,000 because it was discovered :

'j''j P Blanchard], of I'alatka, is\ visiting : L. Morgan and children, ol seated at three tables, that unexpended appropriations ........... ... _r_ ..... r.
: Mrs. C. A. Yuungblnod is visit.ing queters were
his parents. Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph Starke spent Sunday and :Mondiiv' \ following menu would.! bp turned back, princip. ,
r.. her daughters, of Putnam Hull, h're of her sister, :Mrs. W. ('njo"cthe
Blanchard for few days. I II guests 10n.1
'J: Mrs. Ben Powell and !Mrs. Elmer a It. Smith. Chicken! A-La-King ally from the fund to pay for railroad r--

Powell this week. Carl Brown of Jiu-ksonvile, wasa "scalloped potatoes with baked mail transportation. This was
U"bVarr..n, Joe S. Williams and) I
10 :)Ir. J. P. Padgett business's guest ,of his grandmother Mrs." hamWPl't due to a diminution in the quantity -
was a I of visitedcloves
Lewis Parrish Palatka
i v tor to Hampton Wednesday. :Mattie Padgett, for the week-end.: \ here'dlle..rlIIY, afterloon. potato souffle of mails carried under the :Ja R. DAVIS & CO.

.:'{ MrsT Hetty Cloversettle was shop. Mr.: and Mrs.: M.: F. Hamilton[ Macaroni: A-La-Gratin rates now in effect.
.
ping in Hampton :St. Petersburg, wero transact Creamed rutabagas Senator McKellnr (D) Tenn., said I
I'I'c, Wednesday. J. G. Wynn, of Gainesville vis-
j business in Lnwtvy last week. baked. beans that over a period of ten years the
"$ A Ion wall orn to !Mr. and :Mrs 'j"f!! Boston
ted his sister, :Mr. J. :-:. Thoma', II
u S. R. Swindle Sunday, March iS! t. : r. Hamilton Is associated with were Sunday.Mr. Corn pudding, railroad compensation has been increased l INSURANCEAGENCY
Mr. Frank been the Ilawkoje Realty Company. Cottage cheese from $10,000,000\ to $100-J
\ Geiger has 0,1 I : and Mrs :Millard Johns and, I
\ the pick \list the pa-.t week, and, wo I :Max Knickerbocker' of New Len \aby. t.f :New,; liver: spent Sunday Pickled beets 000,000 without a proportion increase '

l hop to see him out again Noon I ox, 111.. waII recent visitor hire n-re, guests of Mr.: and :Mrs C. .A.Fohns. I Tuna fish and cabbage salad in the quantity. of the mails.APRIL I ESTABLISHED 1886STARKEIIFLA.
The ]little folks his early I Chicken salad sandwiches,
ui were delightf- :Mr. Knieki-rbutki'r! spent MEETING: OF i
\1.J; ly entertained' Saturday afternoon boyhood in Luwti-y, !his. father, :air ----.- Pimento cheese snndwlches WOMAN'S: CLUB
at the home of Mrs. John Hull, by :Mdlis, Kniikerborkcr being one of HAMPTON I' Hot rolls and coffee .

Mrs. J. i). Phillips, :'olrJ., \P. 1',101.| I the early Bottlers and Introduced, I, !Strawberry': shortcake The regular] monthly meeting of

: pelt and Mrs. P. :M. Ccigcr; at nn I strawberry culture, in this part af Hampton. April !>.-:Miss Julia Those partaking; of this delicious the Woman's Club will be held 1 in

Easter' egg hunt. the state. :'Maxwell, of Jacksonville.pent, l lt dinner wore: Mesdames .1, M. Mitchell : the club house Wednesday afternoon .

!Mr. and :Mr. Will Cnchrnn warp :Mrs. 1). Q. Knggs and son, II. Q. Sunday with her mother, :Mrs. J. W. E. Davie, Edward Brown, at three o'clock. -

,f""' visitors of :Mrs, Cochran's' mother, Jr., spent :Sunday here, the guest :M. :Maxwell. Annotta "'iJllam"nnle Keisewetter This meeting was to have been

'to Mrs. W. A. Jones Sunday. of :Mr. and :Mrs. R. fioggs.' Elder J. P. Haner filled his regu- John Uglow. S. R. Johns C. N. given over to the Florida Day program ,

; Pro unit Mrs. Brown who have IlIr appointment at the Christian Christy, Robert Clark, S. E. Brownlee committee, but on account of

BROOKER been visiting their daughter Mr:!. (hurch last Sunday morning and, Milton Brownlee, IT. A. Tucker, the inability of Governor Martinto S

k J. T. :Moore, have returned\ their evening Anna Price II. H. Young, D. I. speak at this time, it has been Clean Up Paint
Brooker Up
1!: April 9.-R. E. Ha/en, home in Tampn. They were ac :Mrs. ,,, P. Birt and son Marvin Ames, "1. Burton, and :Miss Kate postponed until a later dute.' In its

of Waldo spent Sunday here with (companied\ Mrs.. Jennie Brown of if( Louise spent lad Sunday with Livingston, Dr. II, A. Tucker John place, there has been an interesting -
\1'' his ; -
parents Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Atlanta Georgia, who will be their :Mrs. Birt's sisters, :Misses Mary Uglow and David Ames program, arranged.

$azen. guest for n short visit before returning and Ada Nimmo. I During the afternoon a contest in Only three more meetings are to

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harrell, of to her homo. :Mr. and :Mrs. Wynn of Juckson- sewing was of great interest. The be held this club year, so each member

.;Jacksonvile were called here to attend Mrs. E. E. Burney and son, Vann \ripe\ were visitors here last Sun- hostess provided bright-colored is urged to attend. See Our Window of
the funeral of his brother Mr.: material with lining, for Display
were visitors. in Jacksonville Sunday a heavy Hostesses for the afternoon are:

i; 1', W. M. Harrell. lit the home of :Mrs. Hurney'3 lay.Mrs.: \,'. B. Roper, was a business kettle-lifters, all cut and ready to :Mesdames J. H. Ritch, N. T. Ritch, Paints Varnishes

Mr. and Mrs B. F. Hazen and, mother :Mrs, II. V. Skipper.Mr. visitor to Jacksonville last sew allowing fifteen minutes to E. K. ferryman C. L. Peek, 11. C. etc., and lay

': won Robert Douglas, of Avon Park, and :Mrs. (1. C. Harmon were Friday., complete the job. Mrs. S. E. Ritch, II. C. Richard, S. R. John. ,

p. and spent Sunday hare with friends visitors. in town lust Friday. Rev. York of Waldo, filled! his, Brownlee and Mrs. H. H. Young Freeman Register your plans for a real Paint Campaign. -
relatives.'
:Mr. and Mr. J. R. Tatum, of + egulur, appointment at the Methii- acted all Judges. :Mrs. Robt. Clark ,, *
L. A. Brown and son, Art ford, Land, returned home after ('D"-I( ,list\ church lust Sunday morning received a Ion handled power puff LAKE CITY TOnUNNELL:: .
were attending to business in 'I I ROAD IS CONSIDEREDKunnell. :
nil first for her workmanship
log a few days with their daughter evening. as prize

Starke Monday afternoon :Mrs. George Roberts. They J. L. William, who Is employed.) and artistic ability and Mrs. Young April 2.-Upon Invita- Only the best Brands Carried and will be
Cephus Harrell, of Waldo, spent I of freshstrawberry tion by the Flagler county chamber we gladto
were accompanied by their little >s contractor and builder in Pulakn was consoled with a glass
Sunday here with friends and rela I for completing her of commerce Dr. Fonts A. Hathaway figure on needs
daughter Luella, who ban been at. has recently spent several] days jelly your
tives. the work minutes after her al. chairman of the Florida Stats
tending school here for past with his family here' many
Royce Gainey and Ray Andrews Road,I and Chief Engi-
term, Mrs. J. G. Sparkman, of Plant hated time. Among the games appropriate Department
were' attending to hll"illPIIs'1nYill.. :Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs. Cit ., has recently been the guest to the day was an April ner Cresap also of the !State Road I '

do Saturday afternoon Bynum Perkins were shopipng in H. A. Kelsay has opened up
RorwJil Ward, of Wildwood I Starke lat Saturday j. (? on :Main street known as, much merriment. The names of all officials of the chamber of DeWitt C. :JONES

nt.Sunday afternoon hero with I :Mrs I). B. Browning will\ leave Kebay's Quick Lunch" With the, I the women of the church were written commerce regarding the building
his mother, :Mrs.! T. P. Ward. of road No. 28 between Lake
for a visit in St. Petersburg, r'rt. rapid growth of our town, and the on slips and a drawing wa'fmade. state :
Casey Atkinson of Waldo, I and Bunnell.Dr. .
spent 1 the drawn indicated City
day. "immense traffic on the highway at name ,
Sunday hero with friends and relatives. I Mr. Presley of Waycross, G.I.. this time our town was suffering ,1 that, for a given time she was to Hathaway spoke on the de.

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r Ardell Crosby of Jacksonville,. I -- -

pent the week-end here with his I

!\Ir, and :'olr.... P. A. rAROp18St HARD AMD e, ,, .....
S parents Crosby '::.4 't.s'c t'o\OR i..:I'CRYtAZDEd; ; ?.V00) \'f Snst'l. WEeEGVtarORpiT9( '\ yc SOEr"> = OOKUt s weEr4 evrl t y) (3* A ".cRTIFtATE9
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L. R. Gainey was a businessis afternoon- I "r.v.0\ \
.itor to Hampton Friday tcezb. gtb.sc.1t\" 6E' "tvvRFsRAt6CIIOOtC'gcuste \ CON tt" III ltd II- 4ERFtit1T ;I.\\'C''itT aAao"M ft SP T'M' 3<3 ;
T. B. Pinholster .spent :Monday 1 I \
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Hampton Starke rind 1.11t'y.. ,. '-
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O. ,V. Barry wall a businessU.. I '. .,' .. \\ \ t II o j ?. |
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t .:o Starke Saturday afternoon. I 9, } wdEM Gc1 r !t ty
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':; )Snycler; of Sturke, was a I V"u: .; I \ (.1 \ ljT
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,;j.- ")lU. R. A. Weeks and :Mrs. J. II. J; r ;, ____ '' ( X i

J t Bitch of Starke were here Sunday 4-:.,. .,, .v n I L1

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:Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Brunnen,, .
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of Luke Butler spent Sunday hero .. :' I II WI

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t j H. P. Gainey. kMessrs. tI '

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A. L. Green P. A. Crosby, 1,;, i \d '

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''II 4 ,.,'sltors to Starke Monday. v\ ....-..,.; >'. ;1" t 4t \

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FR1It APRIL !9.) iv!>26 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PACK FIVB i '

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-- - - S S S S S S 0S tion $'00.00. .MAN SLEEPS LIKE LOO.EATSANVrillN( caLl: ,. nllnI.,1) I. *rt and R7 .bring Uted' 'fc '

j :> REALTY TRANSFERSllelaney C. D. Cooley tn tin-;\ C. Kdwnrd- ACOLUMN < ; .Itim. fllh 151 nnil't., D I.MI ItMO.brlnii and.ccrtlflrntrn., 01 July A nurn. D. 9Wreil ,d

S -5 acres 11-S-2J; ."> inrell, I i--JJSacres :! : CFNT WORD l''l!' :. anil, i,rt>firatt. nunttirreit. JI2 and
S S 0 0 0 S e S S S "After taking! Adlerika I can II:: iS .iM'Inu, ilnliil, Annum 2nti A "f> 1(120( .
: Bits of ) Jones to J. A. Walker 11822. Con-ideration., :$5tI.( ,,,nl certificHti., numUrril SIlK belt".- tiMed ; /
Trod 2V7-21.:; ,0\1( \,, i'at anything! ninl sleep like n log. I Jub.\ .'n.I\. 1)) III.!", and ha\'. ,,,1.1 1 aid ,

r.. L. Conner anti, wife to J. L. Alfred Wvatt to ((5. C. Edward liud gun i.n the1 -tom.li, niui coul.ln'tlicnp rtiflniiiH ai'lillciiltoM, .. f in<,.r im.IRS f ffli iliid*. to nnd IMUI HMM in. mull ao ', .. 4.

Conner--(65 acres 1112621. Consideration -IJiO acres .i-H-'JJ.:!:! Consideration.! Fill K S.\.E! Ki-lauiMiit: well itt .- iorilnnciilli, Inw ,t
food ,h.wn I
norUc'p :
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alt"il. i I'oi .nlii ular- plume haiti ) i
$I oo.oo. $300: .(00. )p
I.ocal Nev \ t ihtt I fiillon,nv liiiutii In Hrmlfiml 1 L..untp,
I ii.! C. ;tJ iilttr. ONE:: : sponnful, .\dlm'Ikll -
:Mrs. E. A. Fowler to A. B. Brad- Ethel .Wentherlv! and husband) I 14.U.: 1'. i.-Ior"'.. ass.....ti. Ht I the* ilnte of ti t"" !j.. .

iloi-k;' -r acres 27622. Consideration I'to Walter J. Redman-Lot ,t Blk removes GAS! and often bring HIIHIICV, nf .ui'.li. ri'rtifirMl. *.. In the n.._ !* ,
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: rmMTti\i| 'Iu k Oh Ito ft r part tletiliirtirth. \ s.'
$->OO.OO.F'rcti 2, !Stnrke in City Park FOR RENT-Well located storeroom I 11urpnsin>r relief to I the stoniuc'i. to"*\il : Jti -.4
Concerning Our People, Business and at {Pth Street und Railroad i i..itlficiit.. So si I .mliracM Lot B. nifiI. \
Jones to Hoover-Futch Co. .T. H. Lawremv and wife to E.: ( that full
i | Stops t bloated feeling.I (Of. I. nil Illk .' I I.OIK. 7.. S, Ulk. T U,'"tn"1
Progress of the County and Town. I -Trm 32022. Consideration, |1\ Smith-10 acres 13-S-22 1-'? ;interest opposito station rental reason- tc-n brings out old 1 1'lIsh'm.ltt"I' 7..itIh sa I itt&iiIk.Io&I.ot.1i, 11:'5w.... ,
$500.00. in above. able. Mrs. J. C. Will 35tf. I 4. II. 7, hIlt II. All Ulk. U I..U ". Blk.IT. ,' t_
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I 'Oll never thought in At 10 nil m Lincoln Ity %
__ CIt.. Parker and wife to R. J. a > was your HJSti ,ir t.. l I'|. i". S It. UK.! ..........1! It. r. 4 C?\I
o== = --- -- -- ,' ': Glover-120 acres' 20-G-20k CV", >n- I CONCERTThe WANTED-Wood choppers and 'm. t Excc-llent: for chronic eoii"tpation. tI-! irszir.. I

R. C. Hcibtrgrer of Lake Geneva, S. Church who has spent' the iideration. $1000.00. I concert given bv the musicticpnrtment I block sawyers. Highest market t SoM by :Mitchell's i Drug M C in.Ttifirnlr I.h..ln. .. N fllv,. HA. Si rnil.rKOMi<, !U 'rl>. Lot 8, S.e.It.m.Mh ... :If..1> i .,,' ,,

was a visitor to town Friday. past fourteen months in Panama, %v. :M. Parker and wife' to R. .T. of the Woman's Club price paid. J. C. Sellers Lftwtey, Store. : mwrMKil. WII! Aiki'n. '*.jf .:. I
t'. rtifiraliNo, HI ..nibran. LoU 2. I. i iIllk f ,
14-15-21-22-28-0-20. Fin. 3-26-4t i it
Canal Zone, has arrived here fora Glover Tract on Tuesday, evening' wa a decide I Isuccess | It. ,in l.mrulii" ('11.. Sea. SJ. Tp. .. .'

Layer cakes 30, 35; and 60c visit with his family. Consideration $6500.00. both from an artistic and i L S' K 22 i. .o.oasetl| rnknuwn.IVrtlftcati :: .
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each. Kate Livingston: and J. :M\ Trubvto financial standpoint.Chairman' FOR SALE-Going north in May + + + + + + + 1' + + + + + + 't 5. *Illk. 4. l.lnrnln;* No IM 1 ity.nnbniep........J I I."->...OnnlT.Crrtlflmtt 4 .iw. '

Bob Demorest, Jr., of the Ona R. :M. J..nkins-2 lots In Blk. 27, of music Mrs. D. E. and not wishing to drive, will : : !NM l 1511\ trnliraora Lot, > 8 A l I

Silas Kite of Palatka was In Williams Comedy Co., who are touring Starke in L. T. & Co's. Adj. Consideration Knight, wishes to thank those, who sell my Chevrolet F. B. four pas. + pATRONIZE : known.:, Hlk. It. Lincoln city uMMd C re- I,

town the latter part of the week. the souther! i part of the state $500.00.E. were on the program and also scnger coupe cheap or will cxchange Home Business + ( i rlifioHli N. J42 mbracn Lola t. '. I
and wife to J. L. + 4 of Hlk 1 In Lincoln C ly. ...._ Alona .
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Sunday, with friends.Buy L. Biggs ...
spent nere each who in contributed for land in or nearby kCiitifirHlf
one, any way I + RIDE GAINESVILLE a "Mm.rr. ,
Mrs. Ida Trieste, of Waldo was C Frazee-1-2 interest in Lot, Call to the' success of the occasion. Starke. J. 11. Lord, ;\Iu.lisol11111 : .. Nil. .:44 .",,b..... Lot It nfIllk .

a visitor here first of the week. jour shoes at Stern- ", street Starke. Consideration $3,* I The following: is the program in i Bay sts. 3-26-tf. : BUSSES : 4.n. I Inculn City; unHd MitryJulnpr .

berg's and get perfect fitting.Dr. 500.00. full : l'i ,itifimli, Nu 11H imbrun Lola I. Tif l(
Roswell Ward of Wildwood, was G. M. Inman antI wife to Alfred : SCHEDULE + Illk I in l.lnroln City! In South. bait
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here afternoon.Mr. I FOR SALE Chrysanthemumplants of Ki.ullmHt. iiunrttr, WoO of Ry. SM. 92.
a visitor Sunday and :Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Hamm-8 acres 27622. Consideration -I Ballade, Greig ( In the form of ( largo: exhibition varieties + For JAX 7:30: 9:00: a. m. : 'l'|i'% 8. S K it .:.....,. ..i......r
BKiil cvmficat hull bo
and daughter! atl j'E', attended. the $100000.F. variations on a Norwegian :Melody) colors, white, flesh pink also + 4:00: p. m. rpiinlinti ti> law tat dead. will ,..... I. '- )
and Mrs. R. T. Ooteen, of fiftieth wedding anniversary of I F. Stump and wife to Florence -Miss :Mona Alderman.a some yellow. Price $1.00 per' doz I + .Ihi-non im .ih.. .Inl. ilny ..r May. ,A. D. kVil. '\
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Brooker, were in tQwn Tuesday. Canova FI 'nn-ll 1-2 acres 27-6- KOl'lI : ForG'VILLE iOOOam.: + V\itm ny nffirlnl nfirnatura and Mlthin
( ) Hungarian Rapsodie, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright ;
the Griner's at Melrose Tuesday.Mr. en.' : the lint day ..r M....10. A. I>. Ua8. ,.1, "
22. Consideration 200000. ling; (b) EJgoMtn "p"Ii-Paul | Starke, Fla. 32tf.\ + 5:00. 7:00: p. m. : li. w. AI.PEHMAM ,' t.
Custom made and tailor ma S. V. Andrews and wife to Bradford I, Knight. clerk Circuit Court.Brail !
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + foril ('ollnl". Mnrlda. ',; ,,
de clothes at : and :Mrs. G. :M.\ Sistrunk and Bank 92' acres 18-7- 1
Sternberg's.Misses County -
I (Calm th"I .
Vocal solo (a ) as WANTED! : contract for delivery si-:A1.t\ Ity C1-A. KNIGHT. '
son, Joe :Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Futch 7-20. $1500.00.G. I :'Night: Bohn ; (h) Coming! Horn" of green corn May 21th to KEN: Ely: tOI'It II K\ i.rii 'I 4,.' r.t.4to 4' rputy' Clvrk. '> S

Madge and! Haze! :Middle- and son, :Merrill motored to Jacksonville :M. Inman and wife to "'. E. Willeby-:Mr. John Powell accom- June 2tHh. J. I... Hnrrell Lawtev, I BY PI'IIIHC1ION( ( ) ,- .

ton pent the week-end visiting Sunday and spent the day ,, Converse-10 acres 21622. Consideration ,t pnnist Mrs. Jones.I '. Fla. 4-2-JU1-23.: political Announcements

relatives in Jacksonville. with relatives.Mr. $500.00. I .I%fly |)hy>>iciiiiiM|| !tell you that I
I (a) Bnnjo solo, I'let'tt'd.Ir.: M kKinnl'Y. I "Perfect Purification To .lh. IhnurMiovlrr. of ItuatIfaId !
G.'ol.: Inman and wife W. E. of t the Sy.
FOR S.LE1 1-2 lui., cabbageI
I I I County : 1 tako thU mrtlhatl of anoun.tagmy
:Mesdames W. Middleton: and : Sidney Strickland of Bush- I Con\'E'rse-l0' acres 15522. Consideration Part 2. I I hampers, 25c:; each. J. L. Hnrrell item (Is. Ntt t tire's I Foundation of I Per.; cnriiiiilnry for the ""''i.. oftive. U.pPS..n- :

Easter here with hispurl.'nts $1500.00. I 1 feit Health.! Why not rid >'ol r. If rli-rttn! t IIm..I.lthth) and .f. '. it1
G. M. Inman :Monday n..lI. Fla. 4-2-U-4-23.:
spent shop spent I.awte .
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1 (a) Prelude in I P flat ma.!lor. self of chronic ftr.ont .i rvlc<*, I .olirftK your .II '
Mr. and :Mrs. A. S. Strick G. :M. Inman and wife to Dora I I ailments I that are .. '
ping: in Gainesville. I Chopin (b) Volse in C sharp minlor ""*t< t Cully. T. B. PINII I8L -;) ,
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land of Lake and his !Sullivan acres 23-6-2J. Consid-l.I I undermining! your vitality ? Purify .
Kingsley I OH SALE:--20 head of good mc,1ium ,
Chopin ( ) Etude 25 :No: 7 : \A
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:Miss Perln Whitten, of Raiford sister, :Mrs. E. W. Ha>es. I I oration, $2000.00. (d I) Fmitasio; c Impromptu op. Chopin sized mu)..... Iteasonabloi ', your entire system by taking IIi 1'J.iir.- To this .0..... of DrstifordaI. -- ,. (

and, wife to OllioMarr \ be secured. G. C. Sweat i I thorough course of ('nlotahs.-oncl' ly: 1.110. enn was in town Friday visiting :Mrs. Elmer Lazone i terms can !
: : AMerman.
I -Miss Mona 'or twice n week for several weeks in II,. lx>.l.lntur. from Brsilfowf Cnttl ....,, -.;...
H. C. Ritch. : -Lot 5, Blk. 1 Starke in'W'nn's | Starko, Flit. -2tf.I .
Striped Crepe de chine dresses Rending, (a) The Humble Petition II i -nnd. see how Nature rewards, you >ii'rt to th. Dvtnocratla Primary, El: ***
,, for $10.00() at Sternberg's. add. Consideration, $700.- Calhoun; (Ib) Mnrgot Knew I with health. I lion to it- h.,l.l In .J,,n.. 12*. I '

Col. D. i E.: Knight/ was in Lake 00. !Martens:Mrs.! F. :M. Johns. I FOU-TI-I"ll'kl'Umok.:: Owner can j Calntnbs are the greatest of all t.KOUi.K: ; YOUNG. Lae.w. Fla..

Butler one lay last week attendingto Bessie :McGruder and husband to I hn\c same by describing' con-
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Hungarian HharAo.b':0. system purifiers. tl.t; I liiTt4. _....Ide...
10-7-22. for this ...1. II. i u family iinnun* mywlf a
business affairs. Brooks-l.2 acre I tents. and pitying !
Henry
Listz Miss :Mona Altierrnnn.ForgetMeNot for nomiimtiitn to the olfte of ,
:Mr. and :Mrs. 11. C. Richard, of |package, containing full directions, twpwm
Consideration, $500.00. I L. Stevenson. 4-9-11 tntKo In thit .tni. IfffiHlnturv from Brad
Palatka accompanied by Mr. and Wershaw Albert Hess- : : : : Theo Giese Aeolian I Only :liSt,. At any drug store ndvMUKIrr'H font.i ...,,"Iy. Htihjict to the action of lbs :j
We have hot rolls every day :Mrs. Pillitin, of New Jersey. II Irving to Chorus Mrs. P. C. Jones accompanist. 1 I" miKTitiic irttnitry of Jun. 8th. If oloautil .,
linger-22 lots in Blk. 19 in Hampton FOR RENT-Furnl, :it-room I nMNiirtf tint pmvl of thla eumaty .ar..
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10, 15.; and :20c per dozen. spent Sunday here with :Mr. Richard's Park. Consideration $500.00. upstairs npaitnunt with bath, : sail I : tnt anti 1 rtmHclfnitt'M: nvrvlc. ) I
Mrs. Emma RI- A. J. THOMAS ,
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i Irving: Wershaw to David Fench A LETTER FRoM: :MR.1 FOSTEItHendersonville etc., on name floor. Mrs. S. F. Notice I. is, ,,. ,,.
chard. hinlty a tliAt unili a t t
:Messrs W. II. Hnrrell and O. W. I Jr.-2 lots in Blk. 7. in Hampton Hamrick. t-2-lt. ltoy \rttii! ..r that cirtAln. writ uf rxrculion, 1, HCIIOOL hOARD ni8TRICT I I _
Barry, of Rrooker, were business Park. Consideration $100.00.T. N. C. iNnlleil. nut of anti "n.h. the HIM! of tin''Circuit I, 1 iliwire: to anovnco my can Mr. and :Mrs. B. W. Hodges and I', Court of I tin.I riuhlh I JinllclAl ('I. ri-ilirium to |the of fire itt m.mb.r of thHchm.t .
visitors here Saturday. J. Terry and wife to J. W. Andrews :March 30th 1'VJil., FOR SALE-Household* furniture cult of 'thn Stair. of KlnriilA I in Anil. fur. tvnaril.. Hlftrlct. 8. itihjwt. ta tb. !..

little daughter of Jacksonville Jr.-3 lots in Blk C, Starkein I I Bradford! County Telegraph, all kinds.. P. I. Ames., on former I HrAilfitnl. County. upon thAt certnin juilir in Mli?tiuti. fir tlti* 'l' 'mcmr"tio prlnurV. Jun* B
Sunday here with :Mr. and mint thin'In penilmir' wherein .1. II Cult i.il nmitirv the votwr of my oontinuwl .
Herschell Crosby of Jacksonville spent Risings add. I tnrkE''. Florida. J. :M. Alvarez form. 4-9.11. C'ompnny. n cnrpurnllon. In the 1'lHinltff? l>iHt ,.(f",... I ID their behalf. \
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I spent!< the week-end here with rela :Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. :Minnie ;May Ehersold and husband 1 Mr. Editor: I juilumi'tit nnil, i I. CrAufonl npfimrH; : pf In r'Coril Ilifimlitnl':; : 'I:In: .linluntint i wlilrh,: _J. A. WABDIM.OJl'NfY .

tives. to Leonard Tavlor-fi Lots in Will !you allow nip space in your BEAUTY: SPECIALIST :Mar- I i Hook' :". i I'llve .' itt.' of thn I'lllillc ll.onl rOMMIH8IONER-DI8TRlCT" SI .
:Miss Kate SU'uth returned. home Blk. 21-25 in Lawtey. I paper to thank !some' good friend orfriends celling! :'.him a icu ming nnd ;Massaging. I of the unlit llrnilfiinl' ; : C'ounly rlnrlilA I I I ir.ltt l niituinne. my camlttliiry' for S
of week after I I hAVe li'vleil Atiil .tf0. roti lit.v mmmiriiiltmifr from Ilntrtot Thr.....
the latter last upon. will fir HAI! ,
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Toney :Mitchell, and wife to Oliver "sending me :\ln1('. Lueic ( from Paris), Anil will I Aell tu the hlllbivr, Aiul l lost bill- HtibJiTt ... th> nrtlon of th. ."too.. at thIt. ..__
:Mr. and :Mrs. Scarborough of a two months visit with friends in Davls-5 1-2 acres 25.R.22.I I graph." I don't know of anythingI '' Corner f'berry and Seventh .sts., for cAKh, the fiillowinir, ilmrribeil prop. I nutrrittir. |orl", ..,.,. Jun Hth If ..-..1.eb. .. '
Jacksonville were in town Sunday Tampa. : appreciate' more because I haveso i.r. in Itniilforil ('...tnt V. rlorlilA. IU-HII, : tl l I will ciiiiimtM to RV| the tlutlf of th.1t.rrUf I ,
Ethel J. Weathorly and husband St.irke Fin. J-9-U\ .. ,
/ I !'h. cirtnin trnct or pArcrl of Inml ly* toy rnn"f ul', rt.nnrf ntiniiii I ttntloa*
afternoon visiting! relatives. to Don Hoover-Lot 6 Blk 2 Stance I many good, friends. in :Starke.=: Itlon't :inir, anti biinic In Itrmlfunl' (',tlty. Klnr- J. L. UNUERHltiL.
rolls cakes 11,,. : ::: : ,::: : : : .
bread more pnrllculnrly
Buy know who to thank personally ihiirrlbiil AH thvjSliuthumt I
your ,
in City Park. Consideration $!; .00. WOULD) I Tlt111.$1 I ) : 61111.01)in ) equity t iitmrlir, of the Northi'imt. glut (''UllIM"IRTRIT 4...* .

Orville J. Griffi' of Jacksonville and pies at Starke Bakery nnd Ethel! .Weatherby and husbandto therefore I have to take this method! house anti. lot In Jacksonville I nnil. I the.Houlhcnnt iiiuirlrr" of the Suuiliiwitit uuiirler ,'' ''.- I I hi'M. '.liy, uniKMiiiei. "inymtlf lui ,hftnlitiiit.
: spent Sunday in town with keep jour money at home. :Mrs. E. H. !'mith-Lot 4 Blk. 3 of expressing: my thanks.! I do appreciate bringing over 10 per cent interest the qtn rloilthiA,Pt. Anil,t '|iunrti the Northwint uf .... In iiniird I II I.'rof (hr. 1" ., l nii.n No \ i. llnrnpton.tin county Thtrma cmnmlMlonvffktllMirict and It. :/

i friends. !Starke in City Park. Consideration the paper '> much. I on the investment for n few I 'PounHhlp A South, Itiinue Jl I Ktint: ", con 1..1"",,, .nml IT n'-Hi-cM-il. will continue .Mu ..
Miss Helen Hinscm of the F. S. I can never forget the kindness, of |1 I of good truck I land I in i jtAlnlnit 120 Arr.Hniil ... \", t I hi' nxini. t ht. !M.1( ..,. ,* I aiMruiuilrlf t'
the Easter $500.00.T. acres ..1. to tAke |ttitrn on the :'tnl ,iliivof .. ...r I ...11,'" your ...,. Ht the prl It
C.V.., Tallahassee, spent J. Alderman, and! wife to R. 11.// tho Humphrey's! as they did. everything Starke or Hampton. P. (O. Rt\ I M.., A l>. I ll"i'I( ilurlnir. the I I. mil. hoiimof nuiry .hinv. Mih. l/I./ W. 1IINHOMNOTUK t 'iU

First Clas< merchandise at holidays here the guest of Miss Smith-Tract 46721.J. they could to make. my .staythere :a so.(; I.ivo, (Oak, Flu. 4l5t.SOTIl' nnle. nnlil, ilnv bHnir the firat !Mnnilnvnt J ."
reasonable prices at Stern- Elizabeth Kendrick. Mny anti n remiliir mili. ilny. of .....1.1"o".t. I
V. Jones, Guardian, to A. A'I| pleasant. I have a warm Multi unit. to .be inHite' 'In front nf TO DERTOlUi) AND CREDflU "
berg's.Mr. \ place" in my heart for the people I the Mouth. iloor. tin I mime helntr tin, frontiloor I'
Durclon and C. E. 40 KI.FrTlOVllv ORB J
Harper- acres ( : OK ,
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:Mr.: and :Mrs. Elmer 19-7-22. of Starke and! wish your paper any the .IHIWIT vtHUil in thtm. I'hf riimrilof I fi"ril County" I loriiln f

: Tel!fair Long:, of Cocoa wa spent the week-end in Starke, whileon success., and hope to "see' you all "Public 1 nut met if m. of hrmlfnnl. County.Hnrlitu W .1 .:1"IIu4tpN Not Ire U hcnliy, "I.... that aR creditor* .
In town during the week-end visiting their north after a seat41)fl'S Ethel J. Weatherly and husband hi-ri-liv rnll. ....,...I..n. l.. h,. liH'lon r Slunff. 1I".II"r.l.,| Ci.uiily, I 1'1.1 hi. l IitaI.ws. tiatethtttm.., ,,,, and all p.ron. bav* t I
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way to Alfred Hamm-Lot 3 Blk. I I.I I. again xoltUi sweet dayVery Tunulny.. May .;" .. n.h. m925.! nt Ihi- .1. ,. HIA/n-: .UK clnimn HtfHinat the eatat of B. L. # J
his mother :Mrs. F. H.! Lons. showing in the south I nnmiMl "|ft|, AHorniv. ... '
: stock truly, Mrtiool houmil in the fnllnwinir NtrirtH I for l'lnntff( ( 4.2.tt. .I.nI lltnnchHrd ....1. }I... of o..ro.- (
in Park. (Consideration
ern part of the state. I Starke' City G. W. FOTJ.H'fi ::; : I to i'I,li,Ft thni. I trimtfiH. .turn) anti HNp roiinty. are 'In'fhy rmulred. to present theirelutniM /*
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$: 00.00. *" ttii mllliiKt' for tlio otiHiimic two yfitrrtInr fK AI'I'II'ATIfI'II foil TAX duly authrntirattMl to the under
:S.=: V. Andrews of :MorrUtownn I Lee :MacDenell and wife. to Eaton tlu Minium. nf )hoMiiiK. unit! ......II..n IlKrl: ii I'SI'II: ,hr.: FION, 1)71) OF hiunttj within" one year from dato, or this
< nttendmg, to business affairs :Mr. and, :Mrs. Raiford Epperson in mli list, .h'l, t tln.. follitwinK ",ann"...,, 1 Till (.El: 'itAi.' M.rA tunIs notirn: will. h<> hi-ld l, In bar thereto and alllicrMoim
HuMiiens Realty Co. Tracts 19-20- ,. .Imlt : .
1 nr*. II'.1."Inti n fiillimhfiNon : hi*d Ui eaid rotate are re
here :Monday.. and (children, of Jacksonville, weru 7-22. Consideration, $:;on.oo. (' Muniitc,n. II .1. AliltTmnn' II |I Ilinbv nollrn I In ulv.n Hull I I. n Powell tittri,, l I to imy .thi'ir eaid debU to said. adminiMirntrH -
1 1Georj'e I here Sunday visiting the former! I AIETV n! ,,,""'rmnn itixl Hi n I'nrtnirKfiBiiT piirchiim, of tnx sat!.. ".. .,,(Jrn''," num \ forthwith. ,
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of l.awtey. was< I, J. Frank S. Hodson and wife to F" .* Man"j I K: rtonlir. Jan.l In'ri'il reffpicllti.. ly tI I t. M(,. H ) ',1. !ir.'t i I' Etta t I'fth tUv. t>f Mnrrh 1928. J
Young. :Mrs.V..
F. Sheriff and _'
parents II. Johna-ll10 acres' 28-20-0-20.! l Ii.."ii.r nnil .1 a. f.imklfiHdiHhiim ; ) anti I":.IN IB..II.I! I.. 1 II'', 'liiY. .. ('olli-rt,,r MRS 1 It. I.. DI.ANCR\RD
looking after business Int..re.Uhpre of llrnilfonl ("nuiitv' II.In. Sniil. ..11- 3.ID-Dt.G-4. Admlnbtratrix. I .
Epperson. 1 Lake Kingsley Development) ('II.. ; : Mnnimwr, *. Inhn tiirrrney II I "" ,1
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:Monday.Mr. 1 P Unxilin anti. P Fnirir I \
I I to :M. Binnineau lots in Blk. II I "Let's Go" I -- '
1 ': W Kixir Vlnimmn .1 K A.lhIna.ii -- ---
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!Mr. and :Mrs. :Morgan Darby. : I
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: Lake Kingsley JJl'ill'nts:0.: : 1. Considiration t p. Iti nfrni anti 0. W Vmlrnwi
:Mrs. :M. F. W IlII'ins, of in during _ _ _ _
: and I Fort :M.\CT, were town M,mpc"n Miinnifi I-M, C, II. ltrn*n. .1. ,. I ;

afternoon.Mrs.:N'ew: River. were in town Saturday I i tho sisters week-end:Mesdames,'i"itinIr.D.! C.: Jones. Darby'and I Ra> mood,, $35.00.I Hays: :Mulnney to :Sarah=: '1 llll'KSUAY-l) \y Wynn iinil. 'M Vlurniiri VnrnmHnmhtiin roo. A A. Pnnli'n.. CI1 ATTENTION To Poultry Peopleof 'I

I Hull-10 acres 36-6-22. Consideration l.onis.. It. :Miiver presents I nwlmrn,, nnil J. V. J"n..... Bradford County
S. I.. Peok.L. /iff Vliuinvi, It. I'. I I.ewip. J. VVI .
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$1000.00. "IIKOKKN) .: 1\Kltims"! !! : ( .
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: On. R. FI 'nn. of :-'wlwr: I I.i wiK, nnil R I.. I'r..i-i.lt Nn|> Your I I'oullry anti l I.KKI: I '> Ljt.Vt', Awurr You Top .
of the week inStance I I Kehel Weatherly. and husbandti. A Reginald Barker production I.. W KICKI.nEftII. I !MjiltH I Vices $_
ry. spent the first :M. Gray, of Newberry, was ..n.Prompt! I rrrnitt.uu, e.We '
:Sent: Bias Lot 15 Blk 0 Starke II IflOINS. Chlilrmnn ,
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Mr. and 1 With notable Cast Including f I
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:=: with her parents, among the visitors to Starke :Mon- St.'r.4tv 111.1.7
City Park. 'James hirkwiiod. =Norma Will r'.iy You For Next Wrrks ,. .
:Mrs. Paul E. Canova. day. Mr Gray was the contractor 'h..ut.r'l Sli.pmrnl-, I lIENS 3lc -
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|I Frank S. hudson to L. L. Conner I Ruth. SfI'rI'V per. II,., EGGS'Iulf, ( .
for hard-surfacing! state road thirteen MHO: Itusih.era Kejmilds, 30c) |>,'r !)<>/<'n [)t livrted.SPRINGFIELD !.

I -65) acres 12621. 1 Slonehouiv.. Hubert Fra/(-r, George; I ., t
next pair of hose through Bradford county and In the Fiirhth .lilillciiil Circuit of lhWtnt
Let our at : I :M. F. Brown to Nora :M. LeBaron Fawcett Winifred lirjxon, Adolphe I II ,. or Mnrliln' in anti for Itraittrirtnty. POULTRY CO. .
E\'EUWE\U-for sale intends to bid for the hard- I
enter a
be' -21 arces 13-5-22. Consideration. rNirliln. 'In ChimrcryKif Jacksonville 20 L. Hlh/ Si.
Stern berR.a. surfacing of state road 28. :Menjou. | >rinl T.< I SrhfM'l' DiMtrirt, NnmhoriMl Florida '
$3500.00. Klvhti'i-n: of llrmlfonl. County, Morlilu. 10to
D. W. Alvarez to Clyde E. Steph- I SATfRDAY IVtlllontr' I '''l', t
GeraldMidillctofl and, Julian Canova A party consisting of :Miss :Metta VHVtHtf ,
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plton 4ncres" 21-6-22. Consideration .
the University. of Florida II Kremkau :Miss Dorothy Blackburn, Royal Pictures Presents nt Horl.lii.KiHponilint.. --- I'
of 150000. "THE PHANTOM) 1 EXPKESS"With : -'-.-,-..-.-.-.-,-.-.-..-.-.-..--,
home -
spent the week-end here with :Miss!i Carrie Uglow Brownrd Strickland Edward Bmlla and wife to B. R. I Notlcti I lit hi'n,by frivi.n to Ihi puhlfe "n.1 l ltnxpnyim I I n\ t
folks. James Williams anti Clayton 'I Anil Citixinii nf !SpprlHl THVrhiK.I I
!Strickland motored to Strickland'slanding Brown-Tract 12-11.10.7.22; Tract Ethel Shannon. David Butler.. and District Numlnrnl IS of nrnilfortl HARRY
15-1 t-2:1-7.22: ; Tract 22722. 1-6 interest County .'10..10''.. Anil nil ixrnonn IntfrmtpilIhrrrin. I BOWKEITI
:MM. Robt. F. Pemorest antI I : Friday night\ and enjoyed, Frankie Darro) : that on th. tnl. ilny nf t Mny. A. |i' I
I in above. IU2<. at ten clock 1M. the HonoraM'H 1 I ,
:Mrs. O. C. Johnson, spent the beautiful Kingley
mother supper on A of :Man's Courage
Story a -
Gripping
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with Edward Bialla and wife to Guis- /, A.lkl. one "f the JmlKM of thrCourt AT'
the week-end, in Jacksonville lake. : eppo Cavagarno-Tract 12.11-10- and a Woman's Faith Afor....Aiil 1. will hiAr the AIOVI* ....nI. I Ititled I Ideal Restaurant Next to Mitchcll'a Drug EtoN t '
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friends.Mr. rnu.< upon the petition uf iiAiil S. *-
i 7-22; Tract 15-H-21-7-22 ; Tract LOVE-S'EED-TiiRILLS .1.1! | T.x School 'niitrlct Numlieri.,1 Riirhtien I
;Mrs. Anna M. Kelley her daugh- Formerly Wat..h
| 22722. 1-6 interest. in above. of HrHilf'iril' (County Plorliln' rurHn Inspector
and :Mrs. R. C. Buford and, tl'r.Irs.: Clyde Alvarez, :'olr' i 1 Edward Bialla and, wife to J. .I. 4th Epi"ode1' of SpadeqMONIMY.TL'ESIAY order nf Mnlil Court vnllilntinii\. Anil con i iflrmlnir : I SOITIIIKKN HAlLWAY COMPANY:
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Gloria, of South Starkweather ci'rfAln iHinilN, .. In tHf mim of Twen.ly I
Starkweather Betty
little daughter Kennedy Tract 12.11.10-7-22. : ) I II rive ThouwMnil. iJollnr In ili'nommA.. I

Jacksonville spent the weeken.1here I and Francis Alvarez of Jacksonville '' Tract 15-14-23-7-22: ; Tract 22-7-22. The ever-smiling!' Hoot rides and,) : I tIttnS nf One ThnimAnil, ri.lttr) ...10. iMArInir I a WATCHES. (WOO. t
of lastwt.ek Interent At the of nit JEWELRY
latter rAt
with relatives. spent the part per centum
1-6 inrteset in above. I thunders his way to victory in an :per Annum. pAynnlo neml-nnnuAlly. HAII. And OPTICAL Imp AIUS ,,
1 at the Kelly cottage: Kings-: j Edward Binlla and wife to Hannah exciting thrilling cross-country | i fmnilfl helnir Innileil' for. the. plirurHie ,,f purrhAfllnir ALL WORK %

Men' 2 pants suits very Icy Lake. ialla-Trn 12.11.10.7-22 : race that is run for tremendous Aite. .erectinir nchool huilillnir, Ami' L----- :GUARANTEED h
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reasonably priced at Stern- I : Tract 151423.722; Tract 22-7-22;; I| stakes. No more furiously ridden :ftirnlHhlnir:: Niimherril, nma In ElKhtnn Rpeclnl of Tux Rratittrirst.nty. HrhiHil: : t trilmrirt ._ ." .. .- ._.,__._.; ,- __ ''.
The W. C. T. U., will hold theiranflLatl [ FlorlilANotic I ,
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berg's. has been thrown on the! ,
Tract 22722. 1-6 interest in above.G. I race ever .
1 dues paying social at the' I : IA hen by icivcn t<) the Above. nam.i | --- .-- "
W. wife G. WHazen screen. You'll get a great kick out -r' L
Baisden. Lewis anti to I I nl to how CAiine At the time Anil! ytlaretteinaistve < 4--t------ _
:Mr. and Mrs. George! home of ;Mrs. C. A. Futch Thursday -Lot 4 Blk. 19 in Ward of it. |I'' ) : ApeclfiiNl If Any they hAve:: I' .,
and daughter Miss Lucia of Jacksonville April 15, 3.30: p. m. This is an open why AAiil rM>.mA) Ahoulil, not .itt ..I\"a..I'\ | (
City.J. HOOT GIBSON .
with nil ennfirmeil
here interested
Sunday invitation to all ladies
spent j :M. Truby to Trustees, New In I listed thiA the nth day nf April. A. D. v '

relatives. I in friends.our work. Come and bring your Hope Baptist church (01.-3.1) I TilE ARI7.0NA SWEEPSTAKES1'UNIVERSALJEWEL: : l 1928. O W, Af.DFRMXNIPKAr. I J. L. SIMMONS t !I

do/. acres 2122622. '' Clerk of Clrrult, Court .f
Cup ('ake!l. 25c; per Edward Rialla and wife to E. P. C..m'dy-'han/fhaid! ) Lovers UrAilfuril' County fluriUuE .
do?. The Lad'es' Auxiliary of the :. M. ..jnweatttrnry
cookies 15c: per Campbell Tract 12-11-0-7-22 ,'... .......
First Presbyterian church held ; I fur It" 4'Mt.4'li': I'LUMULNG' AND ELECTRICAL 1 ,
Tract 15.1 4.7.22; Tract 22-24-7-22. CONTRACTOR 4
and two Monday Coming next ThursdayFridayTHOMAS -
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:Mrs. Vance Winters their monthly meeting! I Ieveninir
spent :Sunday=: April 5th at the home of 1.6 interest in above. : :MEK.IIAN; In CHRISTIANMeets
sons, of Jacksonville Lake Kingsley Dev. Co. II. V.Ifolchkiss2 ; J Estimates '
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herewith her fahter. William :Miss! :Mnbel Weller. Delegates! were I I to "COMING THKOH.H"ih)( Lord's 10 Made -\%'ork (.uaranteed
Pity at
lots in Blk. 9)I. LakKingsley <:> every :

:Motes. elected 1 to represent the church Green. at lll'iJ'hts:0.\ : : 1. Consideration. UU.r.EI-: I a. m. for Bible study and\ Scriptural STARKE;, FLORIDA ,P
the Presbvterial to he held at Communfon. t j
$117: .00. I
:Mr. nnd :Mrs. eorgeFlyfl1. of Cove Springs April 20-2JI: and the J. L. harvey and wife to S. E. CHRISTIANService PRESBYTERIANSunday i
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Cit -. spent the following officers were elected for ..__,_ ...
Orange PreAhl'nt.Iis": lruntlllll'-10 acres! 15522. Consideration next Sumlav morning/ p nps.a.a. __p ...__.. ,.r .
rijtm'- :
thecoming
here with ;Mrs. year ) :Mrs. 100000. uml evening. p.J.. P. Ifan<>r, of school at 10:00: o'clock a. .'t..Iri.Y : i
Vice-president .
E. C000Vn.Motir :Mattel Weller; -
:Mr. and :Mrs. P. parl.nts'l Tucker; ...crl'tllrIrq.: C. :JC: Lake Kingsley Pev. Co., to W. W. Hampton, in charge.: A cordial )Jn. i m. Preaching: service at I II I ::00 u. m. --- .

; Edw. fii.h'p-2! lotBlk.. : 6. in Lake itation extended t'> all. I and! 7:30: p. m. ,
: ; make pound hri-ty : Trl'uurl'r.Irs. Kingsley Heights/ No. 1. Consideration. Prayer mooting; Wednesday. at We can charge 0 '

-Jftc. ___ j, IJruwn.- aDcLnnd1ieslelentiai $37.00.Lako: BAPTISTRev. 7:30:: p. m. YES Y your

= F .*. r..d bust- Kingsley! Dev. Co. to F. SMcDuffie Thomas! Han-en, Pastor. The Junior Christian Enileav, ,' I HRS

:Messrs. A. R.Hazon:Sun-em: and J. ". ness construction heavy. : -. 2 lots In Blk 17 in Lak Sunday school 10.00) : a. m. :Society meets at :2 o'clock p, m. STORAliE( [ BATTERY In 0 (

Crosby. G. W. ; among the Apalachicola! -City making plansto Kinusley ll'illhts:0.: : 1 Considora- Morning worship. 11:00: a. m. i The Senior Christian EndeavorSnciety IStnith's

Kelly of BrooVer. wer. pave more than 5 miles of I' 3700.: B. Y. P. U. service 6:30: p. in.Evening I[ : : meets at 0: I\! o'clock! p. m

visitors to town :Monday. streets. John D. Hietbrandt to Gus C. Edwards : worship 7:30: p. m. j'The executive committee meets the

nnd Zephohills to have library. -5 acres 11-8-22. Consideration -, Mid-week service', Wednesday, I I first :Monday of each month at 7:30
:Mr. and, ;Mrs. John Vglow. in Zephryhills I .100.00.;; 7:30 m. Starke
have gene Building. permits : p. m. H 1 I p. Garage
daulli'hter.iss: Carrie:Mr. and :Mrs. I since fir-t of year, have averaged: R. S. Zimmerman to Gus C. Edwards ,': We invite you to worship with )I A cordial Invitation is extended Fla.

to Fort ;Myers to visit ,'l, ore a day. -o acres 11- 22. Considera..r I Ij I!ills. M t to all to attend these service

Harry Ford.
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FRIDVY, APRIL 9. 1928fllJT
PAGE SIX ::=:ADFORD COUNTT TBLBfiRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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t e r5157.i u25252525Z5252 r2525L5ZSu2522525'u .5Z5'c52525'SZ5Z5Z5'52 fit for babies and Invalids to drink great profusion as do people who and N expected to disprove the old stead of those costing more than !I'[ +!.f+ .i" i t+ M.

fPr must be cooled, below 50 degree live in the rural! sections for wanting rulo that women arc scared stiff by CO cents IIAHVEY: SNYDER f.i

( Fahrenheit us soon a- milked and tu take the flowers home with the sight of rats-or to prove the In addition the government will I +

cold 1. until ready fur u-<., ".ifoinlmg them However, many of these exception to that rule, as the case' give refund. to automobile and cigar |
Farmers & Farmingfly G kept to Hamlin L. llrovvn, itu 'x' people,. seem to think little of the future may be.The dealers of the difference between! i t. :Mortician, Starke, }'b. '. .

G sum dairyman. and only of the l present. They; rats and chicks will be usedin tho old and new taxes for the '" Member of Florida Funeral ;

I caiolc'sn milkmen in breuk l> and dig up and 1 mar the certain experiments on nutrition amount on hand T >..
Too
( It. F. Word County Agrnt) G I 1 luridii many deliver. milk to the ",m'IIIoI'"I' shrubs and flowering/ plants this which the two women of the Directors and Embalmers As. *

... r- G I Wmthout'pt'operly ,.",,11 Ill!. Thehousewives destroying their beauty now and home economics department expect St. Andrews-Approximately 35carloads : ...; sociation. .*. t
G I should. demand that the preventing thorn from producing to con.lud.clordinlf to :Mrs.[ of watermelon will b"

...FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I milk l h. cooled before they get It. flowers again, or at least in the Abbott, It is hoped to get results .shipped from Day county this ;year ATONES:; $
IILTICI ES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND I G milKin rear future. They will kill the which will enable the exp"l'inll'nt-1| Panama Cit\-12' new homes to
It i. bad practice t" set ""I'm Night-59-W :
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY I G to cool. It will !goose that lays; the golden eggs, ors to recommend certain dietary be erected during 192'5.' .. Day-1 je

__________1 tie refriiferator! und expect n whole flock of geese practices as being good( and to determine j \'ewuhitchka-Four -awmills to With DeWitt C. Jones
1 I IfcKTRS'7S752SSS7S24s2G525; !S2S2SiiSE5E5iI5E5il5e5115ii5ii52Siib ei tiz require 10 to I 12: hours to properlvcool I.
/ of warm milk in a first to take its place and lay more golden others which are not so be erected from I 5) to 15: miles of .. ..

I 1I CONTEST DETERMINE head. and emaciation lass.a refngerator quart while: the milk eggs another year. I good. here. j.+.. .t ih +
I llirds kept in crowded, quarters or ; Dogwood, redbud, and jessamino .
"WHO'SVIIO" IN CORN ', be cooled in a few minutes. if __ ___ ._ .
may EFFECTWashington --- -- -
drained seem NEW TAX LAW INTO:
in damp, poorly runs are especially subject to depredations f.
AND COTTON GROWING the l bottle is immersed. in ice water
most susceptible, to round, worms. : of this kind and, the State
F.. that comeR near the top of the '' :March 27-With the i
t' Gainesville, Fla.-Adult farmers/ Treatment: G..n'rlllllnllltilry. i>re- bottle, and the milk is stirred, with of Florida realizing this has pro. close of business today the treasury :
cautions desirable Hu\c clean tected them by law./ However, this si'l
are / I
of Okaloosa and Walton countiest"e
clean sterile the out-of-date For
+ a spoon. i said goodbye to
will not be effective! without
law fully
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yards. clean houses, tlcan drinking I I
are putting their skill agninxt each The proper cooling of milk grentlenghtens tax law of 1921 When the doors 1 1I
of the citizens
hate the
water, etc If at all possible cooperation '
r tl I other to see who can produce, the its keeping quality. His I i I open :Monday the tux law of 10':0will ):
the and visitors of the state. The :law
alternating) yards 110 as to keep
I largest'yield of corn on five acres to keep milk sweet full
Grow quite easy alone is not a full protection-the come into forceSome ? Bean 28 aiI 32 of less than 25 at
,.h."nlln.1 fresh. some Hampers quart Lots
t ground : ;
i of l land, ncortlirtR to J. Lee Smith, and wholesome two or three ,days, I of the provisions of the new
extension district agent for the green, f.lulI, the ground when thehicks if t the milk has been. produced under .people must give their cooperation 'statute including the income taxI 20 cents each. 2.) for $4.75 ; 50 for $9.00100; or more i.t

r t t western part of the ntnto who has i rat* tuktn off of it. Also if dean conditions, and. properly > ,destruction to keep these beautiful plants from I readjustments, became effectiveI 't @17 1-2c each. Car lots 6 to 8 thousand, 15c each,

Just returned from a trip into his the young birds are in colony cooled immediately after milking to I I I when President Coolidge affixed j delivered at your station. --

b territory. Under the leadership of houses, move the houses to differentlocations a temperature below lit) degrees. I r TWO HOME! : ECONOMICS: phis| signature. Congress provided

County Agent R. J. Hart In Oka- occasionally if possible.Mix while we should.! expect good !
} Iooiiax87! farmers had been signed|| ; 2 )pounds of tobacco dust, sour in 12 to 3'>i hours. when left TRY THEORIES: ON:; RATS ,, miscellaneous levies should be i

sI up in the.\\'ho'" Who' or five- ,'reedultcorn i oiiliiinmg not less than 1 1.2 normore at n temperature above ""> degrees. i delayed for a thirty-day period, I Lawtey, Florida. .. .
club of the comity, and, than 2 1-2 per cent of nicotine Gainesville, 1-'la.-A rat "dormi! which expires at midnight tomor .
,prospects were rood for the number with lli) ) pounds of dry mll'-h. Feed Kl'IlXL COMMON: SENSEliy :: : tor)'" is being completed on tho *...+....+................4....................4I :.

I. going to 100. ,thin ilnify for three weeks und l after Experiment Station farm here. It row.One of the reduced, rates which -

First second, third fourth and three weeks, uVul l after discontinuing ( Spuds Johnnon) will have all modern improvements /goes into effect ;Monday is. the tax .:..-----.-,-.--.-.-------.-.-
I ;; for three weeks, repeat the including, / heat electric lights an 1 / on automobile which 'is "
fifth prizes of $:;0. $2', $1 $10, passenger I
'I j and $5 hive: been offered, for tV treatment for anther period. COWS WILL BECOMEAN water It will house a number of cut from five to three per cent.

largest >it-Ids. The farmers will Epsom salts should be given at ASSET!"! : : TO THE: blue-blooded pedigreed Norwegian / Other taxes to be reduced then

I" ,keep record'? 1 1 cost and incomes the tale I.C 1 pound per 100 Itrove'hiI. AVERAGE PLANTER White Rats and some baby chicks. arc on cigars: stamps admissions I FRIGIDAIREPRODVCT
f week and The building is beirg erected under and dues. The 10 cent tax
and ace who produces the crop most after the first at I heard, n fellow make the statement per
i }) onOf.1kdIy.: I the end, of each period that cows as they are kept the supervision of the homo on admissions, will apply .en tickets ,

a a r'. rivai-acre "Who's Wliocorn and. No treatment, however, will be now are n liability and, not an asseton i economics Station department of which of Dr.tho Oui-Experiment costing more than 75;) cents in- of GENERAL MOTORS

V' ,cotifm clubs were nUo started, in successful, unless proper sanitary the average Florida farm. Pr.ttyhoM ,
r I ,' da Davis Abbott is head. Miss "Colder Than Ice"
I'1', ; e Walton County recently under theto' precautions arc .employed, .statement but I am not prepared Georgia Westover, assistant in f
-- 1 to dispute it.Every t t''
supervision rf County Agent Gus 1 home economics investigations has
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York when an enthusiastic mootingof tCI.'RGIRLS! ENTERING: : farmer knows that an assetis been appointed curator of the rats, I MODERN SANITARY: CONVENIENT: : I
: farmers held DeFuninkSprlnjrs. STAIK CONTEST TO TRY ...something which i is bringing in
,f was at .
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than it costs while __ ____ I ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION
moro -- u
l' \ This! meeting was sponsored TOWW;\ lilt PUMPKINS I money
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t by the chamber of commerce, a liability is something which is For Home and Commerical Uses

..Jand\ plans of work for the year out. Tallahassee, Fla. Home demonstration I not bringing in a fair return on the

i -l lined. ,\Valt,n farmers also plan to club girls of nearly every I money or something that cannot< be

grow some hoRs for etirlv< market. ''county In the state are taking up | disposed, of for what is invested in
1 And farmer should! \ want i J. J.
it Seykora
Prizes of $50 awl $2"> were offered the hoe anti the spade and" planting .every M MFHT .
all of his to be profitable
operations!
in brth the cotton and, corn i i pumpkins The reason i lot that th"yIUII' 1 r
every piece of his property to I' Sales&'Servtce Gainesville Fla. .
clubs of Walton cnunty. Those entering ( enetered. the state-wide< pumpkin ..., ,
the "ontest will get together contest being conducted, under n'.1.fomp Rubs Rain RkhtOut I .

:'q qxt fall in a kind, of experience the supervision of the state home ; of the reasons cited why .....,- ---.--.-,----.-- -.- -- _._ __) :'t .

mcitit'" and compare notes. demonstration! department The cows are n liability a" they, are .
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l i contest Is under. the direct charge kept on < ... .. .. .
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, i AIItll.1st GOOD -IIMK: 'III I Illf ;Miss Isabelle. Thur by, food and are t that I they do not produce eni'"turh --

I: START PASTl'IlK (JU; INSES niniketing agent. and the home milk and, meat to pay for thl.irkl'pp. I

,demonstration' In each 1 that losses are constantly SAY MR. FARMER
agent county.
.'1 Gainesville, Tin.--Apiil i- n !good i These tub girls. are determinedto being incurred through deaths from Grove's'Tasteless' DangerInCoughsThat ; ,
month in which to make pasture 1 lack of care and, fences and tin'

'owing! ,if carp >t gross and, leaped ''nn grow Hallowe'en great big in pumpkins"pumpkin"for pies use presence of the cattle tick that i at Hang-On Do you want a complete fertilizer for all crops grown

dc-za. on flutwo M,,1.| land, ncconlIngs tie owners often let valuable I timber in Bradford fertilizer
'and, to exhibit at the Florida, Fair. county, a made from sulphate of .
to W. E flakes. I Ifornce Neplectedcoughs often I lead to worse
grass jin be1 the
destroyed bv r-ermitinir I
N a The pumpkins the girl! will grow trouble. Yet there is a simple methodbased Ammonia tankage, nitrate of soda, murate of potash,
d-op spi'fialist" fur the University woods, to be burned, with the' idea Chill TonicA 1
of Florida, Agricultural HKpcrlmprt are only n part of their gardening, on the famous Dr. King's New high grade German sulphate of potash, goat manure ):
that this will produce more and
(utilities, which cover nearly everyfruit Discovery which usually breaks the and acid phosphate ?
, Station. I lie recommends' 1 1I earlier for the to Builder for Pale I <
y i and vegetable suitable I II grass cows graze Body worst cough entirely in 24 hours. v
from 5 to 10 pounds, of carpet. grass for Florida crop | It may or may not he true that Delicate Children. Here is the method: You take just Then try ::
Ikf seed nod 10 pounds, of lespodozieed I, gardens.Seed cows are n liability on the average 60c one teaspoonful and hold it in your E. O. PAINTER'S "BRADFORD COUNTY SPECIAL" 'l'
per acre.Som3 ',, are being furnished by the.'state I Florida farm, but I will venture throat for 15 or 20 seconds before swallowing Guaranteed Analysis
office through the ofthe
courtesy it. It has a double action. It
kind of -
1 the
of
preparation Kilgore Seed the statement that the clay will not not soothes and heals Ammonia not less
land Company.The only irritation, than 4 Per cent
pervious to seeding' has given rules of the contest / be always about coming when cows, but also removes the phlegm and congestion I ---------------- If

h'' a best results In Experiment Station follows: are as I will be plainly an asset on the average which are the real cause of the Potash, not less than ________________u__ 3 per cent '

I 3 # tents, Disking or ,plowing have 1. Contest .opens :March 1 andrlnses farm of the state. This is couglnng. So the most stubborn cough I Available Phosphoric Acid, not less than 7 1-2 per cent }t;
x proved Rt>ol.| slowly but surely being brought soon disappears completely.Dr. .
Allho carpet grn--s doesn't burn )December 1. 1 102fi.! about by the splendid progress in King's New Discovery is for I List Price $10.50;) per ton, f. o. b., Jacksonville, Florida.

+ 4eadily after a good sod l is secured, 2. Anv girl or boy in Florida t tick eradication work by the adoption coughs chest colds bronchitis, spasmodic Cash with order $3:>.50 f. o. b., Starke or Lawtey. .
"I'f
who Is enrolled in club Fine for
regularly etc. children
croup
h" I
adIsahle tn protect new eod- work may enter I I of better rows and better sires too-no harmful drugs. Very economical i Car lots of 15; tons or more, $1.00 per ton less.

Iugsspecinllv if they are mirroundeiNby :3\. Seed for planting will he furnished made possible. by freedom fn,in ,as the dose is only one teaspoonful.At For Sale by
ytM' wire grass .\ fire liner liy the State Homo Demonstration ticks and by better feeding and all good druggists. Ask forDISCOVERY I
? cf two or tlireo plowed furrows .
handling.Good
,4t around the seeded area Is helpful Pepaitment through the< J.
protection. county hump demonstration agent. dairy cows rightly handledare ; L. Harrell

w4 I I I. Entrants to out an asset to any farm. However
'y agree carry
April In one of the Lest months instruction of home demonstration it seems that we should! \ in which to Ir i i 1 LAWTEY, FLA.
sow pedeza.THEKAUMKU'S FOR
and consider "Ilr'fullwhpth'r the
agent, under whose supervision the it on the

PROIII KMS i I work will be conducted. lows. we are keeping are really' costing dealer'scounter .. ...... .... _. ow _.__
r>. Entrants: who desire to make us, and if they are no, wo It n r

Its's 5 o'clock :out; on the farm, (i exhibit at the !State": Fair and the should get better ones and handle '-

The cock begins to, imvv. ; ISOnth I Florida Fair may enter any: them better or else keep none at '#

The farmerawns. cud) moans antigreens or all pumpkins produced by tho.n all. RKIIWRIGLEY'S

I which weight not less than 100 Jbs. '
lllllirY-FI\E
Jo'n'ISRF.
; For he knows it's time to go and, cushaws weighing not less than ':
i The hungry' pigs begin to squeal : :20 p'Unds. Prizes wit be awarded TERRACED\ IN: ()K.ILOOS.1I.aurel L To Those Who

The The cows guineas begin to low I the beet ones Hill, Fla.- Thirty-five Judge

pierce the morningS I / farms of the county with a total
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S ., II The true value of r. dairy sire Is 'acreage of more than 1,000 acres
$ 'With noisp wherever they go. I shown by the production records, of have been terraced, in Okaloosa Price

$' The old mule with his loud ice haw his daughters. Cow testing nssocia. I county this winter under the supervision Quality by

Rives orders for his! oats tmns help to determine the production of County Agent R. J. Hart More

Contented, sheep and lambs of dairy cows .
t Are grazing with the goats nearby Terracing/ work to prevent washingof for your The quality of Ford cars cannot be judged by the prices at which
I'OL'N'FY I AGENTS; : ARE I the land has: been stressed this P! K
i The old duck gives a low quack, APPOINTED! : \ 1U.liF.1l.: winter in the county. money they are sold-because' Ford prices are made possible by conditions

And quack holds, his CIFIJI'S AND\ :MANATEE ('onfllI'r"hlwork along the same .I and that are absolutely unique In the automotive industry.

The head' erect. ,dine i has also been done in Leon thd best Peppermint From mine to market the Ford car is the work of single
t' goose comes !om It and. shouts, Gainesville i FIII.-Thr..p new countv ;Mailison.. and Jefferson counties under n or
+' "Hrmk. Honk" Sweet for gamizntion. The Company owns and operates the mines nnd
Chewing
t1.ri agents began work In counties of the supervision, of count'agents \ Forests
I've found! that furnish the raw materials for Its
a njeo insect"The products This
the state April 1. according to an o. C. Hodge, B. E. f.nwtnn any money QU
turkey proudly struts about nnotmcement by the Agricultural E:. i II. Finlayson, respectivelyin III material is carried over Ford transportation routes fabricated
With colors ever nets Extension: Division here .- in Ford mills, manufactured in Ford plants--and the finished

t The faithful dog ? 1,1, ,I old pal I Leo. H Wilson, on.-t 1m.. agent, (; overall trees, shrubs an'l 1 product is sold to the public through Ford dealers.
'
la.,i gimrdinn. fried, and true, IP Lake County, took up the work vines und rub or cut off.new shoots The
Old jo'elixall..- with stealthy tr'nl'iAn.IIt in :Manatee, succeeding Til. T... that have started in the wrong following statement, previously made in an advertising

y :
}h -JVh.le h. ,i.\ ', gathered, from the : much better to do n little easy pruning "
ngrirtiltuiulist for the Potter- thoutand of tn.m *peltdtpronounced // any ntln-r ninnti/actiirer entienitireil' fit firmlne -
1 flowers I than to wait until next n
Palmer estates at Sarasota. [ now anddtfmtdinWEBSTER'S
r.llt.'n car similar In the lord according In f/i
113' bllY.I I little beet. winter when have made high st j plants a
: \\ from Lake County .
.+.', .\>.. *,CJw wavinufields offliln alone resigned lot of misplaced growth and then x arch "/ nnnlily in material arts I irorA m,/ liy
several I months ago after a longperiod .tll" t'ftril Mnlttr
Company arts! itilli the same tried itiulItritreil
W make uiiuihcr I in' have to cut it nvvay.
song; of distinguished service
it But ihould I tic and I NEW INTERNATIONAL design It ironM be iini><>**il,'lt> to ''.JJ".U fit any
tell it here ] headquarters
that county. IIi. new ril\L, COMMON: : SENSE: thing like f""r.lprices. Anil it i... 'elI
This porm would !h.. too long., will be nt Bradenton. DICTIONARY a to riots that/ <>i';>rt

\\I r Clarence .\. Hass, Ft. Pierce, Fla. I|I Sam H. Roundtree has been secured I< By Spuds Johnson I with less costly ilf.tinn they have not met t'oril prices"

+ ,'_nd T. PeWnt Taylor. Shiloh Kla.r i The "Suprfm Authority"Ctt
|: to fill the newly-created post-II i
PEOPLE SHOULD HELP I thf Beat tHere OricinalFord: Features thatTothy l\lakefor
r 1 tin In Citrus He wasroared
:\ county.
r* ROUND 11OItyFS IN POfLTRY I I PROTECT BEAUTIFUL I Greatest
II Simplici
on n farm attended the I are a few samples : ty.Durability.Reliability

.J ,With the coning summer and I !I'niversity Georgia for a while. I i WILD FLOWER PLANTS 1 Torque Tube Drive Dual
Ignition
agrimotor soviet abreaction >
What
J i is more inspiring than to Simple
with more chicks the was county agent In Charlton Cnun. I Dependable.unrlcaflon!
; young on > MultlplcDisc-ln-ollClutch
: i k range round worms will begin to !: ty, Ga., for three years, and for thelast ',i drive and! along a beautiful highway hoi Air Council pursuit atikarl cyp.r: rotogravure capital ship Three Point Motor Suspension
see the'er.1:1nt growth and
.:J '. .rjttve: trouble in the young poultry I, eight years has been with the I profuse flowers of the woods these t mud gun sippto mystery ship Planetary Transmission Thermo-S>'phon Cool 1114.

"Jock, according to N'. R. Mehrhof( Rureau of Entomology of of the Agriculture United .- 'lovely spring days? And what Is Kulhcn sterol irr.dents FORD MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT MICHIGAN

"R'-!: /oultrymnn for the FI.'ri.lagrl.. States Department more, disheartening than to see thebeauty piravans shon.en Flatt Day
i w In sweet.potato weevil eradication -
It ural Extension Service of shrubs megabit Red Stir Esthonha
here are tyo Comm species of work. He will have heal- waste by flower these vandals being laid S. P. boat overhead Blue Cross New PricesCOUPE

1 us' pest known as the large round quarters at Inverness. :Nature has been in aerial cascade RUNABOUT TOl'RIG.TtDOR:
; !, &orm and the small round 1 worm. Tho position in Baker, which habeen generous pro.vlding camp-ftre girli rORDORWEtHAVE
abundance of flowers and
J 'I'f'J, ; The large round worm !U found vacant since the transfer of shrubs an and trees that grow wild / I tiitStorthoutt $500' 290 310 520 565
It. F. Ward to Bradford) county,
most often in the small! intestines
t fJ. and naturally in our woods and '
r lr'; .y v from the doudenum to the ceoa. It was filled with the appointment of along our roadsides, wherever such of A, CfaMcTcar. pHcM Include itarttr aid dtmountabl' ""'.. AU prim'. f.o... Dmlroll
J. H. !Shepherd": Jr. Mr. Shepherdis
Is white yellowish attaining InformationSartlinll
l, a or worm, woods nnd shrubs arc left un .
'e : a length in the adult stage: .: \ a graduate of the University of molested. And It Is hard for any You

ri. '1Ij. of from one to four fnches. The :Missouri and has several fruit )truck'enrs'eXI"rll'l1'e one to view this grand'ier of )lR- 27OO?. .... 6OOQ lllu.lr.lioM
in raising ;
email round worm is generally ture without a feeling of applicntion 407.000 Word and PhruMC
I r known as the cecum worm and Is and field crops and with the uoiry : and a desire to secure some .s."..r aod BiourMphical. Dcton.rrWRITE

.; found In the ceca. It It a small and poultry industries. His head of the floral and shrubby verdure for a sample pane of th.New .
q'jnrtersi will be : .
white at Macclenny.lv Word, of
ii" worm.Symptoms for his own. specimen Regularand

,. I I : Young birds are most 311. FOR \H1E3 SHOULD l"e can hardly blame people es- Indus Papers, FREE.MERRIAM ..

'l f commonly infested and show general E KEPT COOL AND CLEAN pe ally those who live In cities amt G. & CO.field. \ NEVER' LOWERED THE QUALITY TO KEIlfJCK THE PRICE"

,, ,'! nnthriftlnes, dr -'' T or sagt toA-ns, where they do not have Spri M..... U. So A.
..'.PC. of the wings, p\. 41 of the Ga lesvillo! Fla.-Good safe milk II Ifrubs, trees and flowers In as
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FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1B26 '- "'i ""' '' ,VVVJl \DFORO COfNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FI.OIIID! rkcEs1r'r .

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his fortune und having to start all < 4>MM14")lONFKt SALE .51,1, 1 ('.."n'y' on i I'un' On. ,. i il I I'> of mmnml rt im'" n i..,?li by \, I froshv pn\nl' ,. 'tot l
Banquet Given By tlittn, nf Itrndford ("iunt\, HutIiilime ; r Mmki, ,:*' in iii.. .,nN ..f oiiiltnlrv'i *
o\'eI' ugiun in i new surrounding". SOTIlr: l< 111 RI HOIVKN ibM', pur- ihiicrlui. d lots) and halt lot containing roe, Poltnr (Slit 00 ) tine '1'' I '

: I could nol t help but respond t to thit.uig mil TO it!Iw dfcrtv of i the Circuit ouof I iwetilj' ,ticrit mon. ir loan, Inrlinlinu, Hundrel l'rie''nlPr.Mun. 'itl l"n on I ,"( | 'S
akQmY Florida ChautauquaOf iu.ftI C.."'iitv") 1 i'I'ri.In. d.tt March 2n"l.I i.m' .h.1 of nhuttlnK nil-oil, which ') Ot.o. I r.eenIt'.fii, <' flU" t, ii'i, ,"o, 'f '
of the snit S"I breeze thai "Ic,. I, I '11 I ut .rl.o ,, now tlpr.11 I"", 'I"1t of tip. partim lit, r. t,'. ,.),nil I tin.. .1."lr.1 \Ii-, I

; culmwith an sailing 1 1"I, ), \ ) ihnnrtrj,, "hi .n ROYM- r. .i'. \" iin I. public trnttl. and lulnirMi. Htfiriimv', Picni tt. slim ."r T'ffy11 '
unqul'lchlll Keystone Heights '::1'0\\:1 \l \UI'LLI I I ii mm, .t' )h>' H"t-. t I t-nim' impiety oonvew il, h>' P M -i ..ni I 'f:' 1 10. 'I'r-. :i ,I'fl ''it nkninntItirluird <

\s the old bug-aboo, scaKm t l'nl.1') '. ,I I LI'UIIKILI 1< 1 1 : .t run 'PtMit, i ( ominm', n oori,i,i nil.,,n. n 1 "I.1 .nil r.-c.trrlod ,nt ( },nun. r\' f>r,lc r
.. 1'1 u Ot' t lit .1.C.I.lnl'' No \i1mltiiMtiitor,. nf the Email' of lli>onro 1'MiirUI Hook Pt i'I'I pn f. :r.-, .r tho Ti iIr.nt. I
1I11 I. "'' ( mnalde-mer 1< ther ;oht Men( of MaliMudo I Di) -. 'I'I1 t tho i 1",1 r''itt'i.i', n. Cmml.lnn'r" 'I., dfcinned. bv.ill I..1. ilnl.,1 .\1>0 I Ii Public TtrcirlM. nr Piviil I C.",inU II ,'|,iU.Pi ,

8' nth i itI) on the larger hacisI mimed) 1 in !.",1 ,,,"','. and an ordi.rtd anddmcti !. 10.I nml,, rerotditl in Dud Itm.k fclniu. '"flivt.ri', ,Ittt( mnde,' b%' W II ten, I
al f.. f..or. of l.d d I)h""I, "i offer ft,r ale? anil .." I, of I II hiIiiiI" Ic Itirnrth if llrinluiil ,ditli" ,It| r brmr*' 1!! t'Mfl )In tho l nf SitItitmlrf .
e I it i- "'I- ivc'Iy unheard ( .unt II ) and oucint the ,I '. riorliln nNoIlia '
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Vl&Ubeinq i .1.1. tuw ), 1'U> V"ln. ( rtOft (Oft\\, pn.nbli< to O.P .
.fts-ic- who had come nil the vvnyfniin rniUin, ">f the final County Court folluuinw. l.iinil, In UitUi r CountyKlrrulii I MnI"lp., I ..thi.r with, mortgage of I

[,r' (lioiisc'-BlSiil, Ind, was determined Keystone Heights April I IAn- Hoi"i jit,. in .the Cty of ,Inrki'on'lIIe. I"IorIIa.bw..n : "S < n n'\1' r"'."r.I., 1 !In Hook. T", ,... I ,l ,
nouneemei.t tit' t t.le: mumnt J. (c. thy hour, of 11 o'.k.. m. and of the 2,12. of the Put.Ho Kicorda of B..Muro I A'
; tu experience the mi liul>' on 2 clock .p. m, on Mondny. May Ird IVJtlt IuNorthwtut 1 qunrter northnM (Co\mty Florida 't I I, 5
:- h Comessio1l\5 Penny GI'1 (\ivp I lt'lflg', lioveinor I lie follow Uiwiribid land, and iimirtir) .'f fiction' Flirliteen In Townnhtp
thi" her On the : "' 11'N1. ,. .. ). mail. hy
1'h" South of Il"n. 'rwi-i Ir"n"I. I I. I"n.
l'etum'orugt. n p ) condition .
Jvhn \V. U. S. < rnu *
of a wife .. first ,' she h.ul I lllll. Senator < hv"I' 1.1;, contninuiK' in .1 forty mrcn. mor I in f'' .!ltiiiujrn: (| ) t lir' '
afnr furth
< new .
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\'; :, .j.j 'v1Uu.tzedbgau1wu011 'i. are thlt Duncan' V. ', ColonelIVmsoll :Ural TrattTho ii' IIIIUK I lie, in, |>ni rty comitid: \uvuHt. 0 t<)'I))2. pnvnble; I to ; no luck Being a firm believer .npreparedness li%. It; M, John. nil Special::; Mimter, (u 1 i hot ; illie' nil! on*. ,iue( mail> ly if Itnr I Vclnse, President, A. A. fulUm inn Inn,U in Pu\al ct'untyFlorida .. I .
\ she was for- ; t Amorlrnn Iruni ( .nn..n"v. n eorpornlion. 'nI. CII. f. tht um. of \ .
, : : sBaI Itronll3' Murphree, of U. of F, State On- :humrtd! efuht nnd h"". \ilintnlntrntor of thi> Fidato: of (..'r"v of Sr,.pntvHlvht' and *l'l2. pollnm 1 1 74.I5)< ) 1 I .
fitied with bottles, lnt .I.hly..h I t'Mfi (Ii. with tiurtYordi,.,d mpmornndiMTt "
pil. pcllt8 Superintendent of ;( droll" h. ((10S I M.1'I arn..., or lew. dtacnbvd f. Mnrklllle. dictniiiil. bv ill-id t ilntnl rihrtmry .r .
of well variety Instr'.Illol n\r' HithtwoodP R. Sill?. unit. ,cordiil 'In liiHil I..k H of Sole of a horai* and ctrtnm, hounhold .> J.
\ every aa comnuncinir at a
W. S. Ca-vthon) us direclotsif "N"'. tag.247, nf thp (' clintttlK :
markrd \ on the South bank of "bl. 1''or.l.
: she compelled to admit her ,
was of Itaker County FtortilnTha 1.Ccl'n. ii'cn'" In the num of Fiuhl
Florida mtuuqua Hi* I'oIlsl'rg ( the Nortt.rut
elusive numph and troubles with all. end of the ncvvly-eh-iiterc-d *,, .. r'k .1..ln.. ..pit).f,'ur ,and 1 *? I K Ito> PnllurafS24f
i Sleep was an \ at Don't worry disappointment at the c<'rnrr i a tract to .1 nXiilatlo followIng 1.Anil In Duval, County, I \

I,. .until the first gray rays of daybreak .though, dearest because Dad will trip. "And I'd promised to tell I of Ke:.>toll Heights w : 1') S. I', .'.,rrl. on January It. Honda, ; ( nntt RIt.for.n.,1 BnVer, In the thn Florldn Circuit, airnlnMkJ CourtIn ;.1 I

made last nigH at banquet' in tso runnin. thi nee due South. alonx Ten ((10)) m or leM, In BIT!Ionrlftylvo (."n. '
I acres. ,
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awake. H Mnnn, di forcloaun
and I mortitnue
t I lay restless help us out them all about its being so upset Lhe of land .r.nl.nl <'
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I Keystone Inn. E. hlo V.ln.I. rrl..I'h i tn.,1: ruwmirilu, T"2'1 \ t hi.lltllllanitf. hrotiiiht ny The Amnrlrnn
,"' Insctead of starting over again I 'That's fine of you Sallie, to tin'!" she complained as she grumblingly nnd,I twintyiMttht hufiilretlth t58 ) Twenty.*t.\on ((2fl\ Kant, hiinnninu Triad ('..mi'anv.1 an AdminlHtrnbnr, of the \ I,

.as I had planned after my confession think of soliciting his but Icouldn't I packed the apothecaryshopunopened I The banquet to which many of th,'nce taut .ninetifn .nt.'.hl'h.. hunttrt nt a point on the Netern line of lot of Kutntn. of O, F Mnrkillli. anU ,deficient ,t
'p help I away 'dt Im I 11\fl 811 ; thence North to ti'n owned by the helm of Sara .
notables of the been norm ttfcrti hn*'Inir Ii 'n rnteretl' on thn 12th day
state "W
.... of events and an expression o! ;i stand that. I can't even I and intact. the hat I'lic' P( tt)..bur. C'k. thence down siI Cnrmirhnt'l ntiil! two hundred,' thlrtymxJIM of F..n. 'Hi,)I", and rncor,letl I In the I .
in I invited was in honor of grant Creek followtnii n..nh..ln. to the I fut, frnm, tho Southi'rinont corner ,, I
of unlit
y sincere rgret for the manner let him help you and maintain my On the sixth morning we glim- .lacp cf a of ,"n.:
I t .Innln.; "In" thO of saul ten I tOt lot running thence 'f
of to the acre I Prnmlwitirv role tlntetl ".. tn. 1911 l .
which I had :flirted with Harrington/ self-respect. You're so used to luxury I set! the Statute'of Liberty through ing t.e thlu.t'r new as- I tract convey.! '... to S I'. 1..1. fifty IRO) ilmrte, went eight hun- mntlo by ArlttliiA Pylto am,1) O P Pvlnw.1 'in I ) :1 \

Pierce, Curtiss' anger had had just though that its going to he ; a glossamer mist as delicately blueas '' sociation. Dr. William H. Ciaw- Fnrn, rMMirtln by dent recorded County among. formerpublcc In nlmlytwo, mill,. in..h.1 (Bill) 1feet 1 the ."I.r light Mntulr.Hl I oUarn, <1'000.00') ;: '.
.r D.v.1 to stab.. thin Mouth ileirrtM endtfour '
'forl. of Allegheny F""I. a pnynblt to Take Hutler Dank, totrether with
I eftect. Instead of being presidert-emeritus tkt>d flock "K" at 807 and : ,
the
opposite hard sailing for you at first. April'ain."I.s pair "'n. hunilreil, .eventv' two t4"2 feet to a mortirnttn rr \en dnto recorded In Mnrtniiue -

{ conscioui-stritken' as I had "You can't have I good to see her again I College Meadville, Pa, I the. .nmc t.c of land conveyetl by S..1 iitake. then north fifty, (iSO ileure,* emit Hook Mn. pace AH. of the Public, R<'e*
$ I mean we our pn.t3' head of the Lawrence Developing r 1',1' M.r Marklllie. by d..1 iluht hu.ulr' nhl'v.I"' anti .n. h.I orts of Pu\n1 County Ft or lit, : il
for
I felt justified I ,
been before now Curtiss who eordt record In PwtlIUx .
.. lovely great big beautiful housein al was nmcinif .,1 public '15)12) ,, ti. stab', thin tonic Prornlvffory note tinted. September '
my conduct in the past and too in- Florida wb.en back ? Has I happier than he had apparently I Company of Ke3.sone Heights ) >k "X**, at put* ISO. went boundiii-y of .trn urn lot .Imimnitti ,, 1HP7 matte hy T. R l.rl. the r ISIb
: we get i AI BO a tract of land Ilr A unit' ttnlil tin I 110) t'.
Kenny Hernlot
.
d.lb >
"n. .
Ono Hundred ami ( $1100)totit'tht
stead of the condemnation I had i it gone that far" I asked. been during the entire vo 'aje. Dr. George W. Mead, of Blltim"re'hpl,1 m'ncln. .t the Nurt h.,. ..n.. a of the heir of Sun Cnrmiehntl., to .r inrtcordt .chattel. mort

i'lfelt'? I clothed him I I of the Florida rcl Innd ..nv.v.1 to Mnrthn F F.nch the will
for Barry now "That's the nicest part going (Chautauqu-i ptnro of liitilnnlnir being .m. prop sage on "rlntn. pri'e.. anti,' other pt''on-
,
He smiled. "I knew could- by dd I from Eli Fibruaryl
you V.I.I. d..1 l !
irty' ronvivi'il with an aura of romance. The The Iitgrt't'ti and! noted who was introduced nl property !
to Europe. returning. ,
and ,'
t 1111. recordi the formerpublic
am
lefurer. on if
n't : Miiitter 'to The Anterlrnn Trust Comrnny. .
i understand anything about fi- not mndf' tiy W. R Koran ,
; beautiful phrases he had used in with him as we thrillingly I by Crawford, nn official record. of "Duval County. Florida ritti'OrftI| 0.0, HH Ailminlntmlor, of the I... "\11..0,. I"I''nI., r I P. 11)>.4. In the aum ofOne
for I kept nance. We'l have very little until In Pitd Rook "A( at mite 147 ; "nnln. ttite ft Cix.ruit F ,in'aecl. lv (llflft 00>. pnynlit, to c
his regard me of the in eloquent M.rkilr.
declaring viewed the picturesquely diversified Chuutauquu, l.n.'n' 1.ln.
I .
tin-new South f.Oy'.ght (6H)
get on my njcnin and jou'll /I '| ( t".n. ide'l' ilnteil, Nu\etnl. TJ nnil! reronliKl ( I ,... ttgt'i li'r uu- 5 1
"-: repeating! to myself. Lined up 'probably for the sky-line of New York. address, told of the cultural!, spinI ,. ty-el rht ((2S) link the lollh..1 conn In liiv.l llnok !1.10.< imtre Itt ., ,nf 'the enrn .I. ,.. chittti I ,mortgage on wii. o'
have to economize nf K.id (met ,h..n. ,. Ih. hundred. nt 1'iihlie ri orila of Ptivnl C unly. I lor- ., on" t I
against Barry's frevent compli. tual and educational purposes nf 1..II."r. nil '. Joint nnd Bexprnl' mn !I.
I Home fortv-ntni ,I'H'H:c fitt thi N. 'h fiTteiuht '
first in life. But if t \ lila Hint' ,
: time your you I '' ly n: F Murkillln, and' J H Price, ,tInted, t I,
ment's the austere in which the which is make (6".h.ln.> t wenty-ei rht ,k ..n,1ptiralt'I
body to '
way I II new
1 F. 1 110* In thi of
1 in FiftyPollnra
love me you won't mind living very "Well, whiit do think of fir with Tin* rol.wlll Juilumint and othir tbrunry mini
you the firat her to IOiI'It.hrw
CurtHs had greeted me seemed second Chautauqua (N. Y.) of this In. : (1150 Slit. 1''. n"l. to I..k Ullio ,
.
j simply for a while, will you sweetheart I mmKham-your future homo '" l Creek th.' eking mild 1''I''rl. Hank.
most unkind.It t creek, to the point bo conta'n-' fieli'licy IWren enteml Junn If*. 1917. a
city. nw:
!it'ficIcy .I. nunfintt C. W ,l ,him, '
S [ ? He looked searchingly into I Curtiss wanted to know few 'r "t' <
In .
I clays leg thirty f::1st. n. aoi I t the nit of t Fnr ,
I. No"'v.t
was now early morning-the t my eyes'us his very life.depended after our arrival in that very : Plans for such nn orlunizatlol helnir bonniliMl, 1 on 'h. r: 'n.Innt I and, 18-100 dollar) lunI..) >.. ,I .,,,l lon In .thp tutnlypJitbt mini' of One Thounnnd and one) Hundrednn.l !

sort of fresh dawning that promise", on the sort of answer he would! I industrial center of the South."It's bU83'. I have been in the mind r. (/ ,' fform'riy ulh by i the"r.lanita. (forimrlyl MnrMnr, I I... I II it,,. I'Ircuil iiui' nil Court of Iliiok for((1. Hrnilfnrd of .thn Mint Counly* of,. I 'II I. I::15 Iii I. .'Il.,..,1 ht, tho 68.110 mill ". D.I..hl bytht .

,,
day of sapphire and gold. I for while location ..f Am'rln 'I'ri.I,, t'otlat" '
a 1 n
many years, ill I
find. the \% 'ionIc I
,
( nf the of
dirty My reply was most \ "I.r.rl.I" r r"t" I
; dressed and decided to go for a the association at Keystone IK'iifht* ..f njI'in Aiilii.l.-I 'ln'I' (thP, r \ "., T>.'.. enlnri',il ..InnttnryZ. IIII.nl", AV, ,Johnn ( 4
r "No indeed! I exclaimed, "we I laconic und reflected the way I felt search I' ... Creek. and Iietnv "part ,i ,b. 1"17.">l i In t the. mim of Ihrei' cOil, 7(1( .I llllt,) l>olliim Mnrkil ,n.nlnt, III.l tli,f eii'ncv ttt crebi .
walk. made after thorough .1
:will just change toe: plans for our about leaving/ my beloved I'lorld. was u lit'",'rt Hrnnt ami t the mimr Inn.I. con I OITil t ). nn,' nriirilnl, on i.nuti 47t of .iptr tnti-ml. ,' nn flt')>tt'mher 2, HMA. na4l lL1tI
At I slipped' out of the front doorI of the state for a favorable locu 1.,1 Mnry M..kI1. bv dtid rtcordtdnmonir Iliiok', lilt ,.f the Minulm .if Ih. (1"ll I n'erii in H.ok A. ings SII. of
: house and not as maIY! servants i whose sunshine and cleanliness I natural and ) I th*. MR Id, ,,hi. r.Tnrtl, 1. I In Liwl (.'.irt for llralford, Counly, I 1.'I"rlI., : the Public tUTimln MI".h. of Counly.Morida. '
brief setting !
met Curtiss coming up the maybe just two, or, at the most not had always taken as mutter of tion. Cllltl Cook ''II/. at pnuo 4At Pi.fleli,nry Dicref. entirel, January 12, : :; lrn'Ir
I ,
concrete drive. Evidently he had, I more than three-and I won't g.'t : I'Iucnton were among the factor' ,. 1..01" Tract 1')17.' I In the nnrn, of .'lv.n.nI..1, Twenty I Pificuncv fleer,.. for the ..o of Two i I
course. I of thi- Th. "' in I r.d., "I! and ,, ITundrt.,il. 'Twitity-ni* SOil lilt-I Ill) Pollanil
taken off his clothes. led to the selection anti' I-ion' Oollnr* ll'i.n 1 I i .1 r." ,1",1
not "( that lovely mink coat when I re'I''I "Listen, Snllie," Curtiss interrupted ( .IIn CmintlfNAll : on pnire 474 of Hook Six of the, Mnuipe,. l $2l l P51 l ,'n'...., atininNt) J. II Tumn In ,
down to the for city. of lot Tuelvc (H"' of Diction .I* (In> I ii.. foret.tomire, suit brouvbt, by The Amtrirnn .
"I went trorner turn to New York. I'll get the slight frown In of t thn Circuit ( fur llrmtfi.rd ( ountrI
I on : Township Fir (itt) South Range Twenty, "ur ,
I "N'eurinJ Tnmt .
AdmlnliitraUirif
Company 1\1
cigarettes,' he explained "And simple one of squirrel. Oh, Id just his face. "I want to you a little I A plot of ground for the new ((20)) Fat,. 1'ln.( the ..m. property' ..... I 1lrkImprieiey; I th. l-Blnte: if t;. F an agaInst J. 'Ij
Curtiss. be tel buildings to be and for. c.n.,1 F M John SpecIal| Pix-ree entered' January 13. If .. ,. M..kIU.. lath d \ I
? I love soon "I.
ere.t.I. Ti..n..1
you economizing .
I'l I story. Mnntcr, to The Amorirnn Trust CompanyA I''ii I7. I In I Hie mim of One rhounand. Klve In .
'
of I 11> 'n. anil. record In Public
"I'm going for n strol in the fun!" I He faced mu as we sat in the land valued at $((50,000, which is to corporation, an AdminiHtrntor, of the KM- Iunc..c FPiv'for and SO.100 thilara I ItteordH J"n.of I County. ".th: "') I;

I be sold to defray the cost of t the :I fate of (;.eoriPf, T Wnrklllln. d..1. by l IfRH : ). and rerordeil on ritxn 471 of I'"ml.. ..N".I by J. L lunchman.
then I lined covered his face. Tutwiller 1.1. n.I. *
park as Perplexity Hotel Through the window ,.i* of the Minnie' of M,. Circuit ,
.
ilattd Filmiary In the
#, gaunt look about his eyes, I invited But Sallie, I'm afraid it will haveto I I see, what seemed tome buildings have been given to the Drill. Pooh 21. page"1"A of the ""ll. rrc 1 ("lr for Rradfkird" County, lorl.la, I 'Two Himdretl l>,24. ..101.(|2l)0) .00)). eumof .o '] t I I'I
the Lawrence Developing owlii of Bradford County, Florida flrlency necreo entered, January, .
by : I
than that. Chautauqua I cured I y 'h.ti'i mortuawft twonty. I
h him to come along be even more meagre a countless number of smoky I A fourth ,,.1 divlninn 1. upon I
ncconllntc to theflr.'ernment I St 1. In the Hum, .r Twit Iliuiilnil 1"1 foe hind" of cattle an ,... anfd mnrtWHiro : I'
Paris had hardly begun to stir. I know its hard for you to understand stacks, from the sooty throats of Company. ImmclltpI Survey of Southw. fourth no-loo\ l litnrn (" ROOOl). and .. .. on In'in ricordml In ., Book 79, "' "

We along at a brisk pace right at first. You see we'll I, which dense spirals of black seemed I plans tal for n clubhouse Ind 1 mu. ,, nt NorthenHt fourth nf Section, Twenty-two I[ "pail. 4"". Hook II.! of 'the M,mite* of thn f iiu,.. I 114 ..I.I the Public.1..coo.I.a. of DuvalCounty. 1 S
swung .
I I'22)), Tu"n.hlp t'he6)( ) South of flan re Circuit' Court Dr.M".1 County, DorMa Florida 1 1A ,
, walking in silence until we reached have to stoop to the ruins, as it' continually to pour I sic Twenty-two P2'i. Fn.f, moro rnrttculnrty! / .
.
t Int4 n-nt In "f' nlte Putler Rofriyt f'
t the near-by park. were, and build again but it will "You know yesterday whem Suti- It is the plan of Dr. Mead! tostart ,diflcrihtd Northwcvt, n corner. followH, of, : r.mm.neln., at the of flefency, 1.> .... entirel ,January, 12.1U17 ....nr.. Company" a partn.'pship. .

be" with help." by Crawford the first of lectures In R."lhw..1 nnnrter I In the of Two Ifundred Fortyone tMitn C. F Mtirkilll and II J. Stewart
and his Nnrthrnnt
The flowers too were aware of easy your i wife took us ;l course ,I tiilnrn, of, Section T..n'v.two nnd! 70.100 ) "2417"1! anti, i
,
1"" tell what let's do!" I f2) Townnhtp Tli (B-j Stnith' rf n. 1.1.. re of the rltrht. title ami, Interest of .
"I out The
for of lengthof
the of the dawn you suggested I drive. January next >ear. conlvil on wire r Hook <8 l of th Mlnuti Al, In the ,lu. '
pristine Tvunlvtwo' ((22)) nnd mi ,1
10\line9 running thenci .
.nl.I."I.r
and had opened wide their petals "get sketches of Marie An He paused. "Uh-huh" I nodded, the sessions wi bo increased, as itv'i t twt'nlv.wlx .F.I t\fi.third, rodn mornor I County.* 'of Florida P Ile', Circuit (.Ur for lira,.... ..rl.d.,pn..pi.rty h..h.,1 and,' r.l.wl".Ala* .

toinette's playhouse in the gardenof unable to anticipate hii the the low, thence South)) nlxtv rotfii mtin* or ; ,hun County, loridn, ; Tl<. Northenptt quar i. _
in a. spirit of happiness derived it'' leading resourt.s IsswlutOI lt.n, tin.nre Went ttvontv-iilY anti, twothinlh Difirlinry, ""c.r. enlere,! Janunry., 12fl7 I Itr "r Siction, 11. 'Towiuiltiii, 7 Hmith. Ran ,
r't from the frolic they had had the the Petit Tranon and have thought. I I grow. It is expected ..,.1. m..or l line, thi,'net. north nlxtyn In tlm mim of Pour, Unnl.c, Sevenlyfle |1M 1-nMt. by ri"'iwon tif, that certain .
copied for our home. You knowthat's "" you remember ti beautiful will eventually h'cnnlone iln morn or I IIMM coil, 411-100' llollnm ( |t .. and, recordial N I tttt .nt, of Mnrtunire made, by C. WSttihtlin I "
night before with fairies, brownies -el. < I Chautauqua Aluo a one.fonrth rl'mt ilivlnton accor.lInir on PHye 4nn Of Hook A of thn Mlnutis (3, I"" M". III. tinted,. April
and elfin spirits 1 where she used to go and clouds that hung over of tho greatest cultural centers I to Cloernment niirvr) 'y of thn of the Circuit Cout, for llrndford ,2. 11111.': but Mcknowk'tlHiil' '' Miiy. 2. lull* '

t seated pretend that she too was poor, Shades Mountain yesterday after in the country. Smithwntt, fourth of the Nnrthenxt, fourth.m. (niinty., Morldnliiflrlmrv : I anti. r..cordt, ."| In Murtuaire 1.Im coil I ". l;
: By common consent we of Section Hiirnmi Hi'cord H. ... H6 of the
'I Twenty two 1221 lying dfrtct.lly Pi n> rntere.l 12. I"
t-( ourselves on a bench beneath the We'll have to stay here longer tho noon and how pretty you thought The movement was characterize 1by I II ,net e.f .h",'" ,I.rl..d tout nml' of the 1'i1 7. In the ...m .of One 1..I.mlr. .. I,, lit; recordM of A lac him.Cininly., r',,. ,1". 1, :

sun-flecked branches of avenue if we do that we can't go on to it all was, us we climbed right to I ,V. S. Cnwthon state narm- dimcrmfonit .1,1, nmn I In,Inn- the sAme< I Iliindreil I Sivinlyihrht mil,. 1 -100 I DotInn .. or by rinnon of "1 t'tni! U. U. P. Mnrkilllttbv :"
?, an Vcnije as we planned." the ?" IUI''ri i, t''I'rly eon'yoi by. F M, .lohna R Ste.FISh I ( II1I7HKM' ant ."''''' ,',1 on pnneI4KI .'lubn, 1C II.iv'li. dntiil .Innos my \2. 1"11! % t. .,
of planes. hat" top tendent, of public. as Mnxter to The American friiHt Comrwny I if Hmik Six nf the Minute of th* n ni"| reronbtl In Peed Hook HI. pnire S .

.f I knew that when Curtiss spoke "Listen said Curis9. ,, "Yes, it was lovely," I admitted, I] ono of the most important cdueational n rorpnrntlon, ti. Almlll.I.nln.nl I Circuit Court for llrndfiir.l. ('uuity. FlorIda of' iii.. .public rtcordu of Alnrhua County.lorlda \ $ ..
the
: heart to of O F dict'ntnilinlttT >
"It's breaking :
: he F.t.. .
it would not be to refer to the un my you as paused. | steps ever taken in this 4, jniT, Mn.kll." .d in fleet! I I An iindividt, ..it Inten'at In onPromiRMory .
I Piflcltney p intend' Sanitary 12,
pleasant misunderstanding! through this but we can't copy Marie Antoinettu's "All right. Now I want to tell I (country. Promises of support froiii lUok. 21.. pnirn B4". .f 'the pul.llo. record,, IH17' In ,t. min, ".of I'll/lit I IIinIn. Ret'. noto) .n.h.I"nlo I l lou flrannoajiiiil I'

i house or anything one- you my story. It's about 1 ttf ""ro..r.,1, County. Plorltln nl. I inlvnlK ,I Of!.ton TMInr i If4"nifli( ,p. nndririirilcd i 1.ln) Itriinnim, .","""", 2A. I I I ,
He had the two cl"1
,
which had passed. priM.om'rs the giveirbv 101
we state weie The' .
': half elaborate that and wecan't department N..h half of lot ':h.v.I( ol on pat 47B uf Hook fl of the, fur thi, mim of ",",1.,1, and ; ./
splendid faculty of not repeatedly as as who looked from their windowone | Cavvthon, who Is a dl'p.tol, of SUrtlon. Fiirhfotn" ((1St l t In "' 1.'lv. Minute. nf I the ('1 Ircult (',"rt for Hradfor.1 Pollnn I Uir.lion' ). (nvnble, to A. Ha- I .
1:11. .
even go to Venice. I'm afrai I night and what they T.i St nth of flange Twenty' ((2ft) Timt. con ( ounty' Flori.iiih'tlei'nry : tin"w", HI turn) "by niorlKiive, nn real 1 t-lat,
returning to unhaPP3' events. saw ns i Chnutauqun. Mr. Cnwthonstated Paining forty ... of f Inml,! more or ltm.. i In Hrinlfttril County. ncordid. In M,>rttouHi.ok t I I
because
its absolutely imperativethat I
in voice they peered outside. One of them Itlntthp Same convevetl | Pirrie ,.hlinil,' tiny 2. tIll'?. ,
,. Finally steady that his first inspiration to 1'1'1| hy K "M'. piuri. 21 4. of tht public re* ,
I to the States. I havean it 1. In t p.t'm.in ,of 'rlr.'" I Miiii.lri.il, .
return ,
I' saw nothing but the .I.h. nn Iw.I.1 MnHttr I.Th.I Amerlrun 11.1"uI. oiilit i,f llrmlfuril, County, I luridn. 'hl.h|
he broke the silence. mud the .
, m it I e-dueutiomil, lines come t through nut ( fn' in imiiinv) n n.rp.i n Ailminlutralor 11. n" Id one-bill" WHN niiMiitned. ,
offer from m Birmingham In".l
'. "Snllie." n gleamed under an bplo\ ( ago at of .the rytIe: of t n T Mnrklllle. lid l on tint' /.. r.T, ,of ll.ii.k Sl. .r the Minnt.l'of mini, AilminiMirati, by AiwlKnrniMit ro'rt'ii.
"Yes Curtiss." and so I've decided to !go there He mentioned the are-lilh I chmitniiqtm years n'yuniuk .1".1 t .1..1', 1-t" l"17 nnd rocnrdrd. In the ('P Ireull,, Court, fur llrmlfi.r.l" County, I lit Ainiirnmint Hook 2. .tinge 'HU of thei'tllic
I fll.t buddy I Springs.Henitv. Di-ed) t* pnirt TB. of tin Public, Fli-c- riorlilnInflHinpy. .
and start all over It's close who I Jteconla of '. Flat.Ila.
Cnull
i "I'm broke." lgain. was tnrinl straight up into, pndoispment. lent bvDr. ort, of llrndrnrd County, Florida aim, I Ili -rie i.nil.n..il IMirunry, 12 I Ir.Mlrd I Ii'rtrnii'se
I looked from t' I to Muscle Shoals In,1, is also thesteel the sky was astonished I waR 'thi Korthwint. ""Ar...r of the 8rmth.M 101-" In P lh.. mim .f Pour Iliindnil, I luhl.in: f '
quickly when I te mnd > by J. If Tu .
up ni m.ilnud
A. A. ( who t of thn ,, .
center of the Soi th. On account Miirpbree, expresM1great t pinrftr Southwest tpinrlrr "r( mid 1".1 mil) llollnm 'If lilt ('tI nnd n,.orlid
ew.drm'hed glass.Vhut do his fellow-pi isoner replied: 'I 1 have ; [ ,. Jfl. nnd thi. No hi, I', lCiti.ry 1 2. Itt I it. ,piiytiMt* to U KMartullii .
( you It' that such umli 1.< .. rt nut "tiunrti nt f I In t tin Minut.H of thi, I ircint. Court, furHiihir ,
of the new dcvelc,pment not p1'n.lr( /I rtak'nir Smith) ., ,. ono year after ilntu I In tlmturn
seen the mud I act nunrti r of thi' Sit 'hi nut "' Cininlv, '
mean please. Curtiss don't joke. was too' bus\, wan The riuurttr, ) (of S.ri ion nn.l, I ..l'I..lln'I' ,. "if Or.riiiiiitnnd. ollnra I ifl,00009)I.1' I.
should l he a place' for n:: Ilinl tu.tlI 2T. cimumnilrm l rI'nry n"',,1 r ft. 1017
"I'm not, and for your sake I plpndi. other loukilj those glorious stars'!' In; I wonderful po'ssilnilifies, for iroo.I i Strati "..1. ct.rnur of Si-rtion 2'fl. nnd run. 'Iii. um if '.. ,h ti,, .',01,1.,| "" tv,Him, Ui IIM>, ,ilcdrrllM prtiprrly ,I i IMI Il
wKh to Hcusins I were. It's true line of work. two ,.twr words Sallie, each sow the rIng* Niirth, on Section HIM, fi.iir hundn.1nnd ,."ii 1"1110 nollnm ("7111.1.I ":, reordi, otftrtil for, mill. ntid .olt| un Out folli win if
propositions one in China and the' he I of such itn orgaicizationvere point- tuinty fut" a point' of h."lnnln.. ill I. fliiiiir. rv 1).. r ., ,,".,. !I"'El .,.f I I ruin HIM) cumhtlona t t1Iu I

Rie3' from the company had din- other in i'eru but I cnr't take vo-i thing sought. One !looked for oil, out bv, Dr Murphrcp.Names 1 ll, .m... I i"ini I six I himlriil,. ,unit, f.i. I'I t the Ciiri.nl, "lul.hcIt.ei.nli., .r..t liinnl (.ti.),. I Ir Innli. rttiotn, iIit nml.'r t thn ''I'lrarTrnrt'
lat He brought ordidnl"1 and found it In tho thi ncn Ntirth, I tuo 'hunilrrd nnd' forty, C..I.I Ithnnri I V. lorlda' : 0
me night. mini will hti aiii) ) toui thi'r iw tttie i unit.
to places like that. So we'l sail -the other longed I of the1 I nffi"fr. of theChmituuqiia i'.ni 1 thirl' .n '"bumlrttl, i ,",1 I twt,nty I liifulinry f"...... eTilir.il, 1 .fniiilnrv' **tI mid tin. I nn tin nnd ttt her proicrty above
in the last straw that broke thecanwl's on the Levithan next ( for beauty 'and, : ) ) vvnie given usDr: I fi it. I tht I ni'i. *Miuth, t Iv" liumlrt anti l f..tfit t\ I I'HM I In the, mim, of Si'!. llunlr.d, Ililrly I htfd umli r Ricontl Trnrt will likewise

back. You sec, I'd been from tho same window found it in .t. 'thi'nee Flint, .. hiinilritl, nnd .I.tv! ( four nnd I IB.1 till l nlliiIHIHIII) I ) 1 P. and ritird '. )M> wold tot/it hi r nn nne unit, but the 'nrnln
( .
The worries of '.he quarrel w" ('ore AV piesident; DrWilliam ) fi. l p th. point of ,
htirlnnmir nnd I l
the Now :11. 1..11. In CI""n 0,1. r H. "inmI umli, tbt< ''1 I"I Inl 'I'rni't" will be r fferc.lf
that what 1..k
receiving! warning all along! had had the night before seemed stul I want to I II I. ('lwf"r,! and Sennt n.. in ,'cti. .,nn l ,.nt\, .., nml i w".fly' -,. M n nil I" \, .t Ihi. Ciiri.nl, I'tillu', ...., if I I'Innt .r milt i ii tiP -.t,M mpnrntilv frum tin Inn tli*
the Riviera investments were, heading know, Sallie, is just this" he nt."mi i .Ir,1 i, no.1,. bfluir, In TownMhli, ) .. \ 'i I 'until y. lorliln ; nnd, 'Hy umli, 'r thu 'Si-con,I 1 rait."
indeed col:ifarcd to this. Now 1"1 Trunk Miller, vicepieilt'ntSidney I','. South of I : : : r ropi
petty ttniiKt twi' two runt: I .
towards loss but I had no cil, forward and quickened his 1. nty .ficlitiey I Iliirti* enlornd N"'mhi r Hn, I All prtiptrty to be until on tho bun, in '>f one- .
a tone .
i to return to my old home and to of voice I,. Hart, formerly treasurerof I nnd, contnfninir., tw.nly.uix, ncrtn more b HH 1"17, in the uin of h'v'I.hl, nnd 17- t third CiiMh, with I tho biibtnco, |laahiiS l In I
idea things were so bud until Riley "are you going to see the View 1.ln. th A.me "pn pi rty" .'i.nary.i by 1 Kin nullnrn! IHB 'n). awl" rieonlid, In thn'o i'fiin1| iimlnllrnt-nta In unn. two amit
wondered if Curtis Keystone < ,
I Company ,,
friends. realized trI "*. nt SpKlitl, Mn.tt'.. til (
Ininrtry lr.i'r
smoke of Ti 1. limit B, ItO, of tinifurrent .
last night with a minute report those furnaces of Birmingham tape h reo y t'n m, vii it I nt vrcfit at thn rt ofnnxi
came what a tremendous sacrificehe \T'rnd; J. IMwIn Larsen, secretary A mi'i cnn Trust ( ompnny corpora t ion.. I I'ulr, It.'cordn, of Diivnl,, County, 'n t't't' cent per annum pnynhle *emlannually -
of the facts." make. which, incidentally are fin AdminiHtrntor' of the K.tnte of d F,, I I'loriiln, : ,cureil I by a purchiutn money '

"But honey I don't understand." was asking me to giving livelihood to thousands, of I \lnrk"I." P ,,t..I. 11 .I iv't dnttd Jnnunn, I 1'"f.'n." Dime .ti'n'l MI..h 12. nu, ,rtirnire, in ncconiuncr with the t'n'vis- 1
I I11.( ii .! I In I>.'.d. Hook 21, P >um ( f Ihree C .
I Fliihly.nnd Itmii, ,of unul ti'ertp.| Alt bitldlnir'on
Sympathy now replaced any resent Places often remain in our minds! men, or are you going to SO those I +17 Public K.-cor.lH of Ir..ru..1 i : I:I::;.'; Mn.luoItonnni( ; I s 15:1; \I.);I record.iid : lit,, Inn.lrt nlMivi linteil imrnonn under rinli

ment I might! have felt for his synonymous with a color specially mountains reaching! up to touch the Near Death ounty'I MH. lorlda KouthweHt, : also r of the Northiiift .. I the("linnet Current.ry nnl'r Pulillo ItM.k 1. ""I AOJof i Trnrt' ,hit41 l ,ptmit with tho' Com mitt*loni -
'II. 1)u.uii
? 'm cmh. ur n cirtlfled or < nnhhra check
sky I rl.c"I. I
when I had o
harsch behavior re. their own. Green could therefore Mimrtir of Station 'rw.niy.five 1261 I County) Florliln. '
fur f-T,0in on t.r IH forn bid linn at such
DeWights. Tears gleamed in "w"1' ',. South of KnnifiI ,.1( 'P.'n rhnnii u of the capital, nloek, of lake ,
turned from the be indelibly linked with Cherbourg my eyes. I I mile, it'id nil I'iit'rii ouch fink a nlmflar'ilt I
l
( | : .
l
I n fltler
'I.w.'n. r n I flnnk. '
contamlnir a und.
II the lawnof ,
"'Vei. you s( swutheart we -the English Channel's first busy reached out and touched his hand. ,all fi.rty per- in,tr<' or linn .... r tho Slnle' of c.r""II"Morldn pmu-nted, ,l.y hi' l'rlu'rts'of ion above do on tinted or l'fr under** Milling"Secnmf ont

heavily. Hotels "I'm for c. pt <,fli. MCIto the Church 11.Intr thifirm .,| Stock r..,. No 2". lumied,, ,. hi'Amirlrnn 1
had port. Here the IlpislazuJ of the sorry being such a pig. "prorerty" eonv.'yrd by R M JnhnnAN I..1' t. ', 'I met the tI'iitsit| of tbi* auvcMHful liltlderto .
apartments and evnillas with clear I said, "and I'm to hard, Sptcinl Mimt.-r to 'fh. Amirlcan Comnnnv, an .h"nl..I., In appll l on the ciwh pnyrm'pt on th,ipurrlmne
Atlantic changes a green as i going try TrijnIt'otnhinny 'L (I"r the rntnle: .r fi; I Marklllle. price of thi property ant the dnpotiiU -
modern conveniences and such. It of Venetian to see the mountains bet. ( a corporation, AdminintraUof mrnlmiiiry' note, of nil unmicitefififul ,
and, brilliant a a piece you It'F the .:. of O K tccMUtit] not un.lir neat madrI bltlilpm to > returned -
tremendous expenditure butI all in the .. .u. Mn.kll. hy Arehle eras ford! and' I'lnkey l Craw.'finl to thi. m Any Mile mail shall Laubjict
:
was a crystal. The town from a viewpoint, as you've said. l I.y il ed .. I J"n..r and I!' ,
Itelf. ... I ilnle.l lanuary EH. IM'l7! for the an,, to cunfirmnlion of the court. I L
in. and I e.rIed l In Uretl I 21.
had faith in its returns and ship-board perspective, green realize that it lies within one' 'Public Jticnr.fn of Knulfurd. pairt. sill of thi,p I of Sinty!l dollnn 11000), pavahlit In' | FRANK HATKI _

vested heavily myself. There wus making! a vivid background for its' self to like a place or loath it. Ho In ; aim. County. Flor "Hune, .n and I Miirklllle, toid-thir, .. wllh that I II M.MOHRI

one reason only that I kept it from many little houses of brilliant much ,,1pen,11 on your attitude The F:HKt Went half half..r of tlm No.h..1, ipiarterilno certain ford r'"nn.mortunue of even on nnl date' inlnle with' In the"not'n.l. I il.24.r-4.2t. W_ G. RICIIARDSOV.A* ComraiMioncnI .

a million once the season hill from the first. N..hw.t quarter am I ami .... .1 in rtnok "J". BIO. ofFtorkUi'1'0 : .
making us white. "A city set upon a very Rememh"r'l U.ulhw..1 fimrttr, of the Nnrthwm' .. fin**

was at its height. A condition I not morally but geographically and dl'arelt. I'm going to try. I .tiart.r S| in 1..lon T.n. Townehit) 1'cu..I.', "' "'.'".'d Loiinty., I NOTICE 'S

that it was impossible to figure I it presents itself, in the early morning thmgrabp 1 nnnvetaoi: nnun un nu Houfhiiiflt* vtn' Sttuth tpinrttr, uf.th Nn.t""lrh..l, also quart tht i Inn I'ronil.w.ry, note. d.h'd) June t. I10H. In,

in Htctftm Fourteen. Hum of Fitly Imllani "Iftoodi') mail",. I Tn the Circuit Court off lor ,
out. 1 small boy with his face all : Readjust ment. Sever ", 'I" Id* Klwhth
M'r'.hl
as a nnd, J, P. Maine. ,
fOp. h. lUtiKe, Ninety 1. pav Tudlclal ('lrelt.
In And
be ? I Ratt. Ir I For Bradford ?
could it But in ,'ai.ln. In n
"What on earth freshly scrubbed In,1 bright. sipte of Curtiss' fine philosophy All 240 acre h.injt the .mm. pn"| rtjonytyed ahl., F ,Mnrklllln. together wIth Mill minI, In Chnnr ry.
Sal' .
asked. j A transAtlantic voyage on board I I wa to find out, that the by 1>: M J.hn.. an l ."I.1a.. .28. Intl. on"lvn, .on.1'" m''tre l ro.irty|eatil' null dated. .. July I.ulu Yarn and Tldi'na Yarn, her husband.I,

"Florida', he replied "you see the S. S. "Levithan" the flagship days which followed were none too ,'ter o'i.n.t. tho Americnn an Ailmlnliitratur PruMt, ;of.urnpuny the .Es.n I I l'r'nilssnr,I n,,'" ""h',1 Nvemin24, 1 I

the unheard-of exodus to Florida.j of the United States' magnificent easy to bear.It Into ..t I F Markillle, ,."i...1. by,
has left the Riveria as desolate as fleet, means six glorious days I was the beginning of Il new l I.,.'- [It.January'.,k 3 1 ,paw I. .11.) .nt lie recordi-d I'"bhf, JOe.irl I. r IIin( :h.kll.. In .Ihw 1 um of Forty pollnrn, I that II ?.lp;, |pfflir hT. swore bill of complaint! I

Main Str.c-t. Our hotels are wait hours phase in life I hal, 'II. of Bradford Cuunty., FloridaJ ,! I..h. with that certain unre. F Nickels one of the defendanta
swiftly-winged are my never nccjpted -
whose :, In
conlnl
*, 'In
of Hale S
of .. .. of 11 of a mn] anti| wagon VS1 i"1" n"n-r.'eilent of the State
ing to be leased. The shutters filled with a joyous exuberance that responsibility heore. Cur- <.jiiaru Suulb..l" .". ,"UAr Six '1St) I. N"rh." .."l' given, U"lt not : of Florid* nail l r'aIirs| Nt BOO Haauil Arclfl" -
I .
our pretty pink villas are closed hand-m-hand, with calm sailing tiss had begun his was S. ('nl Mouth of floog. Twi>ritytwo. t(2 J| Pr'irmlsni.ry d laOsI I''eeynb..r 12. WMt J'hlia.l'iphic. Pennsylvania, soil
goes I t-: toll. "'"v.I.I. rive| after "nle| in the that them in no pemon In th. StaN of
in anti) coMtuinjuifurty ,.a.
moro
are u
tight, the rich Europeans harmonious surroundings! luxuri- making plans for a large mining !Jr. the sam propi, ,cit convpynIIy Miim of Kivht: hun".1 :I.hl..rv. 'ilnDammurV Florida the nervlcir of a subpoena upon

.America this year and are apt to 1 ous appointments and a program of I II sub-division which included, individual ., K ..in..lohnn.. M SpecIal Matlnr. ('heAmerican [ (0555 01,"'mail*. 'together" I.. S'Ioy J.n.. .n,1 $ j. that whom the would sail, btn.l ffmiant the, aafd defendant, and
with la
be for several years to come or at !' houses for the I'riint (Company a c".I.n. 1'f' that certain' over the aa.
well-planned entertainment throu- men. We had MM AdminiNtrntor' of the F..tato of O rMitrkilllo. uniJii0rid"livrni"rti'J", "."," Of tWt'tty.qio. yiaraTr ,
least until the novelty wears out. the day. : been staying at the hotel but I dt.......l. by Pud dated Junnry I 11 ,n" nr is TlfrKlFOR5: :, onnKnED that
out ,.
tho ""'n iat.? wit), "t' ni.' end! rw-onlnl, In the Raid, defendant. W, P, Nickel do
seek
| P .
It isn't smart for thm to knew it 117. nil! ri.c..d. in Oid Hook apP -
On styp-board) one rises early and, was my duty to find a .T ,'"1', of tim Public K/-cord of ll.ok M tinge 370 of the lblf record" .* nr to the hill of complaint to thia cauaent '

Riveria any more. From past statistics I after bucaklast a brisk game ofShuffleboard house. llriidfonl ( .i.unly, Murltln also of llrailf.ir.l County' Florida.r.y Stark*, rlnrlitn, on thit. Uih day of
and Monte Carlo 'i'ht.oi, half of th. Northwent I'ri.mise.ry. ",,'. d.lvd| fihruary: 2R. April, A D Jlijrt ax rnulre by law, anti
when Nice, "I can't iiunrttrf .
is entered Into or' possibly live in an apartment ., 'M-ctitn) ". 'rowrmhitv Mv Snutn, i' 1"1"' "vnl.I. '!, tw" yrar', artinlate, In th. that thin ordtr be ublinhvd four eonneuth -
and Cannes were the most fashionable ," I confided ttaHH. Horn1.ntly Ca.. re. fl" o10) F 150,501,. malt, wwfca In the firm!ford
perhaps one gOt'S I in for aet of to Cutnsi, 1',1 MIss 1:1. 0""" "'1 :..l. ,Ialnln. eighty acre 'I) r'"I.. I.. County TVIn.
watering! places In the worli I smother dearest .' emm *! H.Ieath In the fghln/ nt,"'IM or I Ii.KK, huinir ( .. ame property con- IJIumt" : ': 11 newspaper puiilchel l l at Stark
,
two or a sprightly and < I i'r.imie.o.ry ,
even .Int.I .
tennis or n.h. | 2)1) ,' ,
1,1IJ v< H t.y r; M l. F'I."r"
could wort, the r>ruK iril>" Hrn"'n .I.ho. Sfjtcml MfMUr. ,
we estimated that wo swim in the pool. A mid-ocean hate hearing thp neighbors ) I..tw..n She was I. >l I.'An.r, .n 1'rnjtt ('Q a corpor PjynM. ten ..a.. mtlrr ,IM.. In the mimhy I:,., n itn.l.'r py Scntt anti seal this 10th

up a tremendous business with i I uolf-tournament is also arranged ing their babies and knowing, wh*.n French near Ixitrw-stua, when her ,' ,,, d Ailminmtrnlor, ., of I the'm.ny.butntn of f .'. (.""o.. hunt"" ": "' "..".. '.-OO.OO< ,. matis< tliy ,,f March, Itt2J.
to ; in I O. W,
route by 'Iy'iI l duted let. ALDEflMXV
chain of modern hotcX: And we during each crossing for those energetic the south-wind,! blows what thiv'rr- .n train was MoP!'lamus.' L rUH" attack "\.kli.. | 7.d..I.a." ri'L'ri* fl in 1'.1> l fitiok.l mcii I'"ml."r"by ?.'? ,|I",...1 In Ih. year !tRiO)( Clirk Circuit Court,

could have done it if Florida, h,1 1 souls who would suffer from going to have for dinner that M my bull't |,ass.'d through the Jl I i.nift. 4 lf>. uf the Public, It*'cordn. of :J. H. n'ckm.n. ""..1.1. I"lr.. Bradford Countr, Flor'.la.
11.,0.,1| County, I. Ji.ndn nli-o Mn.kll. ISJf.) If C, A KVICriTF
stayed put! ix il.ijs abstinence from their favorite night. train wounding the paHaengern. ... S'.rth. Hot rjunrter. of the Southwest t ,, neovend In the "''vi Courtunl D"pu" clerki
I It'
"Do you mean you haven't any He smiled sjmpathoeticnllv. "It u'iRrti uf iti>ction 'Twenty.eijrht. Town ., rr'A r".rV"v' >l1' ('"""",FI". ,, 'In th. c., ft-rfl -
didn't sport. Four ? ""''red <(I.,'.,. yin cvii| ,7. i.. sciiuboa.
HMp Ml South ,
of ,
money at all ? Curtiss "why I In the evening! one has their' would, bp hard for you after livinl were tears in my voice Fnt anti containing; tn-; : Twtntytv., 0? c"rl.i I I",, .lii.llan .""//I.I K: \. I l'sriirr. and' reo Atiirn..yj 3-12-51.1-12 PP

you tel me la 't night ? choice of dancing to a sflend, : jazz in you father's beautiful and, "My little Sallio's fit an awful !
I didn't; want to tell you nt I rchestra playing bridk or relaxing although they say that apartment- lot tf learn of Lift." Vas all'! Curtis g1, John) .* SI.'.! Master t '1' }hT.i. i r.1"; ,;. I-(1'1'..,"I"; 'itittile fleo.r4q or TO i.fnroRi. AMI CREDITOKS I
< 'm""cn.\ Trust t'nnpany, a 0"' '.'' P ? I
all but after thinking it over all I to a program of fine musicplayed lvinl is the most (.,.no"ical. per said and then ho l\.f me without ns \. the r->t"'f' O/''f.r"'n..Imlilr.r.r .. .r r''l'il' ". !"r'.. "Iis'al"'." ,,' ;i" the, CIvH/ Conn, 'o'tIen,,00 ,'a Ii.t h'r rl"it-ri.' 'tiy ",1V1 and n'that all nil cre.ii'ori,

right I decided th-\t it wOlldn't be !' 1 1I you can find a house another word. IMrkiIlle. ilvaeami, ... January I. Ih.. 1..1.r ": (."" y. Flncihp' n7 claim, nvmmt, ttttt mlnlt.prrson, hay.
of J
softly on a concertJan.l laps 'mal I I' I 17. ail record I.ht H.nI..1r;, ? owh"r
f> 'it Hook -
''n 21 f
.
fair to keep you in the dark. Besides I 1\\ hose richly mellowed, tones bungalow type :, I looked glumly out otthe window ;11.. Br.Mo.o County .I f loridu. ..0..1.pn". w, "'10.1(1)nhr)) nol.? ".'" '- '151, unln.1 John. uty'I""H",1 r-uir-i'1st'I,,, t (tratiforti| Ounty, 1
'I ; prennt tIwIt claim,
nn'jhr "" '
.1.0 In
he was I Beethovenland "Oh I couldn't and already I it ..., .c".1
slhrltybra interpretation to Curtiss possibly 'I"n.I"m'n.. H.,, '
k '
five. '
new > .
n J < t Thirty I'tot and South half of ,lit, th. tni" 211 of Jtrfltifte.lCiIflIyyrl : :;; :
ed "it will live in look for the "Ubl'0 rn'rd. if ; v
I Chopin. one-story house. Impractical to mountains Nineteen1 and W>'rnt half of Lot Thirty'une nS., Divai' e"'Y. m '" this' nutle
will' "
change in our plans. I It would have been Impossible "And besides I hate buntralovn! for once again I vn. focusingmy ,' Iii i. of Section luhtctm; ( 1 Hi,, D'irl..ney' D". 'In 'h. .1.1 lip I"i< '" iit'i'! all l't'rmna* InL'bt,4 be lwlI In Co '
rn "lm n"
n mh Hv "
I feel I P ifi. South' of hang ,
"Of course it will, Curt 9 to remain depressed or worried on They remind me of those horrible attention on those abominable 'Tee '..1". '22i' Fo t. nn nhuwn on man .nd'1'tis! | 10, Tw agninat nly.sigt, *".1' 'I(1( ,'10 n..liar.Thrc. .. r..:! !.""fUJhJ'lrn.r"1"? ryd to pay their said

perfectly terrible being I of the aol I .tack tft thiil I *t.U.n. TownshIp and ,.n".. Said. A. J O..n, r..1. Tila llth
of
such av vage and in spite aprons you see advertMer. M.rh I L 1 lt7. In the Public Records Jay Finruary.. D 1925.

there last night when you came I story furtiss' had told me of losing women in boudoir caps. There (Continued next week. man" C"r.lrO 1.1.1 the in City Clerk of ,n Stark office, '. florMa.of Circuit I .k.r ,(.'tiunty I' ,"yTote lr ,,. a.. Ailminiotrator w. j, PPFaIlON,

home with no one to share your retm.i' fated, Pw.mhep jet(5. (berry. of tip. Eslal. at

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? PAGE EIGHT SHADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKR. FLORIDA! FRID \.... APRIL 9. 192;

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It Bradford :Much building is going/{ on at Starke progressive capital KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BOARD OF TRADE are transients in our land, live an'

, :: County Telegraph fir Bradford county, according to the Starke Telegraph whu-h ENTERTAINS GREEN COVE SPRINGS: ; BODY) I rent, and return. to their nati\ .

; --f i >:"".\111.1"">:1: > 'IN IS") 'H vs that work on th,- Biirg! office building is nearing'oI1-' -- to lurid them when reprl'M'nt-they have amassed fortune. Tin wha
\\ .11 in
Known =Speakers. ; Address intf on the farming poibilitie
pJ"t il/n. and the structure will occupied by Dr. K. L. Bijrg.Hid when'comes
alliering of tl.i) CountySpeakers. > this seitmii" of theta\ >1 pc-aKin,' nn. negligible! lenient<
Published Weekly on Frida'i'rind, Entered na Second Class ', i :M. <('. :Stith; ,, real estate dealer, who will move their o'fic! ; = for Starke and Bradford" county, ':' to good. citizenship And 1 h

Matter at the Punt Office at Starke, Florida .1- ,on :possible' to the new location. Woodhridge( (' blocon '\ i Judge Allans, diilniol I, that his: | who in turn selects !Stnike of n
,
Kry-toc' lliuitMarJi; : 31.- '1 the communities in this country, a.
unite with
locality was!
to
the old Commercial hotel lot is eager
) being graced with a new :Mimlir-, i the Green Cove chnni- i Keystone Height- an effort to his home he does so because he believes
E. S. trut-ture and the walls are up and work on the interior her if Lumnu-rie. wi'jje! !guests of the it is the best among all thos"
Matthews farm-,
_________________--___Owner and Publisher l procure better roads mme
of the building will local, hoard! l begin at date. Contractors
J. C. Robinson..___________________,_____Managing Editor an early for :luncheon/ Tresdny: in Keystone Inn |and more. prorrosive( communities. ( a
.r this work are (Quigley/ & Davis. They are making the bloc' I A brief address. vas made )by Dr.I I here.
.
-- "given as one of a series of steps I ; W.Il'adc: .of Baltimore.I : is large :
I George ; Whero there a percent-
of the most attractive In the city. It is !located ,
one blltwe.n
f centrally taken to I rum"te co-operation -
I SUBSCRIPTION: RATE I Dr. :Meade is the head of the newl-; I ago of home-owners, as here the
on the Seaboard railroad and Call street A pretty stucco the two Clay county cities. | chartered. organization the Florida, commumt spirit I is as trong as the
'" H. Yearly $1.50; Six :Months, 73c; -Pa>'able in Advance front has been completed for the Bank of Starke building on Te! way to mutuil understanding (' .uutl1uua. of Keystone Heights. combined "home" spirit in the

Advertising: Rates on Application a..d cooperation was pointed out Tho g'icsts were taken for a tour I breasts" of its respective citizens.
Call street which adds to its looks much and
makes it
1 very : by :Major Win. P. F. Ferguson: nat-
of the city by the local board of I The pride they take In their homes
one of the most attractive structures in Starke. The :Miner: ionallyknown speaker and editor, trade following the luncheon. Is only a part of the pride they takeIn

I Have you contributed your bit to the band ? building on Call street has also received a coat of stucco. of the Franklin ( Pae..s.lI..r) ; introduced Chief among the prints! of interest their city. Where lawns are
:
i aidfajor Ferguson was visited the ate for the new and houses well painted
Time -Unlon. were neatly kept
_o--. ') by by Dr.. Wm H. Crawford
high school, the Chautauqua there you will find good .streets.
1 ly I Starke'a hotel 1 proposition j is rapidly becoming a reality. OVER_ president of Keystone Heights. grounds and the new golf course. corner lights fire protection and
kf "BI nER n.\YS" 1\1.\ "Respect is based on acquaint- r honest officials. The presence of
9 --gyp "
1 With a million to spend on/ good roads Bradford county The use of binders and speculative bidding up of realty cannot ship, said hate a Major man) if Ferguson you know"You him. I i HOME COMFORTS women and.I children spells schools
REFLECTED HERE! libraries and clean
a
values may be over in Florida, says the Wall Street Journal Complete understanding and a and (churches
.\ ought to make a fine showing1.-Times-Union. I civic life. The man who owns his
.. f 0 editorially, but building activity is going on at a rate much readiness both to co-operate toward the i (Continued from. page 1.) home is the best booster a town can
end have in must
common I
above last The New York financial i i! you have he is sick of his bargain -
year. authority cites the 1 never
Bradford county has voted bonds for 150,000 for hard go together I
'fact that twenty-four Florida cities in February issued building The progress being made at things as "love" and "patriotism"' and he is a living argument

t I' road4.-Ja. per News. permits totaling $18,159,660 as compared with $13. 9J-: Long Branch by the J. C. Penny you have to "show him. :Mere i I I why a man should lose his no time in
home of own.
words do not far when it: acquiring a
--o--- organization, in bringing into that go very ,
r '00; during February, 1925; and adds : "No other state in January The home-owner and the home
comes to a matter of separatinghim
Bradford county will soon spend $1,000,000 for improve section farmers from the =North to
or February reporting as many cities exceeded Florida'sgain settle upon the 20-acre farms being from. his money, yet no man 'merchant. are the hope of Starke.
ments. This will set grand old Bradford several notches up in permits over last year." laid<1 out tl ere, was told by T. O. who maintains a home and does not; As long as both remain with us,
\ ::1 -Union. Clark. manager for the Penney enterprise '' neglect those in it need hesitate. this city will continue to prosper
Time
1 the line of progress- The Florida State Chamber of Commerce is-
seconj
'. yesterday The presence of J. C. about approaching such a businessman i The one will assure it of a :
i 0 -ued a report showing the building records of sixty-four cities Penny at the luncheon bespoke for an extension of credit incase i social and civic existence, while the

Representative Green of the second( district i is> a credit to .during February with a total of $21,820,981.. his growing. interest. in Keystone of necessity. !Surprising/'; !: other will assure. it of the financial

Florida( in Washington( and is a real representative of his district. Building activity may subside later" the Journal continues !Heights.[ large amount: sums of are advanced. on a small; active soundness and which attract will to keep its business bounds!
tangible to
Judge, A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, security a
) .--Jasper News. :, "but the permits issued and work in prospect! seem to assure spoke on the farming: possibilities man building a home hecnusp such i 'new enterprises., ; These two are in.jterclependent. .

,Ip i a high level of business activity In the state for several in this section of the state. Speak- n man is'a good "moral hazard." j .
I months." I The men who own their homes are 1 | :Making Good Citizenship
Congressman Lex Green will as near earn his: salary as I now over half surfaced with lime the backbone of such n commuunity:1 [ If we want Starke to be a city of
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any up there. Here's hoping he'll win new laurels for his: brow. I The Journal refers to the recent unwarranted temporary I rock and a contract for. asphaltingwill as Starke. They mu t own them i homes, owned by those occupying
I setback experienced by stocks of railroads serving Florida be let at the next meeting of | because the business of renting: them, wo must provide the magnet
.:Johnstown News.Congressman I and concludes with the declaration: "It would the district commissioners on April habitations to others which has i Ito' attract this class of citizens
seem probable
; 0 6. Seven and one-half miles of been largely developed in big cities,i |The independence of a town that Is
4. i' that gross> revenues of Florida roads will exceed last year for ...k use have been laid on the has .
r' / Green and Congressman Garner evidently | happily not spread to communl- largely f self-sufficing, that pntron- I
I the first half of this year." .road from Waldo to the Orange ties the size of ours. The home- lizes its home merchants and that
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,' figure/ that the inheritance tax will not affect their heirs: to : via I
o HcMghts-Melrose road Earl ton owning citizen is the bulwark of '[owes no divided allegiance to a
any great extent-Tampa Tribune. : NO KID GLOVE JOB and. one and two-tenths miles remain -'I of the nation. The nations of Europe [, distant metropolis, is! Just what pro-
o to be lime-rocked asphalting | in which Bolshevism ::11 vides this attraction. A man who
Back in 1889 I entered the Florida newspaper game at material bus been ordered for this unable to make any headway builds n home of his own is no "bird
Santa I'e lake is to be the of I
r soon scene dredging and
; Starke. When I failed to develop a talent for arithmetic. I j road, and according to :Mr. Baker, are those in which the people of passage" for if he did not expect
other le\elopment operations, New Jersey corporation backing I will he laid<1 by the county in an effort own their own homes while the ones to remain permanently he
the project. geography, Latin and the like, my father made up his mind to compare costs between contract in which its. ravages are. greatest would defer building until he .reachrd -
-0 i and! mine too that a printing office might at least improve I' work and county work. The ore those where throughout: thevears I some plnce] he liked better. Ila

/a fellow's spelling if nothing else, so I was initiated into the road from Waldo via Earlton to it has been impossible for casts his lot for life with this! com-
It takes the newcomers! to see the advantages lying ''Hawthorne[ and the :Marion county (horn little
to acquire even so property I munitv; and it is not unlikely that
i everywhere in our midst. We are so accustomed to things as mystic inner circle of the black art commonly known as print- line, which i is part of state rnmd:I as this. The scourge, therefore the ,+,p-enerntmn. following, him will

they: are that it is hard to, realize their value and importance. er's ink. In the office of the Starke Telegraph, then owned by number 31, hut which Is being built has had little menace for the likewise become' a fixture becausethe
r rP; Matthews: !! and Ben Farmer I was given a job of .sorting by the county, as now being surfaced United States, because so many planning of such n citizenship
-0- with lime rock and a contract people can own their. own homes, or i if< certain to build up a community
This section is not backward. out /a dishpan full of "pi. When I tackled 1 this job I never had 'hn.< been let for .six miles of ,1
Bradford county has is- ron if they do not own them, they know that can hold its own with any in
1 'ued l SI.000,000: for roach, Union county $300,000 Clay county an idea a type factory could devise so many fonts of type. between Orange" [frights and Mt'l-: they can any time they want to, this part of the state.
Everything was in that dish pan from thirty-six point Gothic rose. All the rock surfacing, except and nothing is to be gamed) throughviolence !Stnrkc': faces n gloroius future. It
$51.V: 1 >oo. St. Johns $2.200,000 while Alachua has
: expended I to six point Caslon. It had been the office "hell box" for ten : the Linsman-Kirkwood road is on others in the possessor. is in the midst of a no less! glorious
more than 6000000. .: being dune by the F. W. Long: |' class. .. present. The way Is plain so that
ii i generations and every tramp printer who came along had. Construction 'I
-o-- company of Jacksonville I Home Community Beat nil who have the welfare of Starkeat

,;y Flagrant violations of the law prohibiting children from contributed his mite. I worked on it all summer before the I on a $70,000 contract the No man without coercion establishes heart mav do their "bit" in irmkj -
"? I grading, was paid out of a pre. a home in land I I this period of reconstruction a
film I was emptied and the type in the cases. I merely write any exceptthe ling.j I
automobiles '
driving were condemned by the grand jury in vious bond issue.-Central Florid. one he considers, the best on l permanent step forward in the up.
session in I'alatka and recommendations were made for the t the above paragraph about myself to show that I didn't step i I Times | God's green. footstool. Those who I.I.I (, building of Starke.

a pppointment of a traffic officer. i into anewspaper office with a pair of kid gloves on, lay my .
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o- I gold headed cane on a roll top desk and sit down to read newspapers -..

The Times-Union has something good to say about this on the Times-Union. Gene Matthews still owns the

\ 1 ;section in almost every issue, but if some mention is not made! Starke Telegraph and at the same time is the president of a
: bank and a member of the Florida Railroad Comm ission.-;
g t -hortly of the splendid fishing in/ the neaby lakes' we will haveto
Avery Powell in the Florida Times-Union.
ask Avery down to a fish supper. I
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i 1 The local taxpayers would be interested in learning how DOING OFU STl'IT FOR FLORIDA

t' most any Kind of a J peddler, fortune teller and the varied asiirtnienr. Reports that Florida real estate is not as active as it has" I Ia %/

: w* ,. of money-seeking: grafters can evade the paymentof been are not credible where we sit. Old timers up here say

*. the license that from their! observation of fur bearing animals" it is
I t tax prescribed for them. If the law violators apparent n I
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i ;.nil the tax evaders had to pay their just contribution to the'I'ning ( that we are not to have an open winter. That is believable i I -

v..>\'( machinery of the county and town, there would be I but it leaves! a person feeling that all\ must be well I ; t \ "

kss of a load on the taxpayers. in and fIOUtliami.} :: Palm Beach, Sarasota St. Petersburg, 1

-p "|land: elsewhere south. 1 t r. 50uTi .nt

Eighteen quarts of strawberries were dumped from the Florida has used! great ingenuity to make the state attractive 1 .

'$j bottom of one crate on the platform Wednesday) that a hog to people with carfare or a spare tire. That is within }(L yh. ..1t'1.1..' .,

would l refuse to eat. That grower was paid 33 cents for each the power of man. Wealth is attracted to a climate which has

n' 1 quart of this trash and he was perfectly willing to cheat the no state income tax. The promoters made a mess of Young

buyer and consumerrand if sufficient quantities of the rotten :Stribbling's; proposed fight with Gene Tunney, but the !sports -

\ fruit on the markets forced the price down the grower who 'have their horse racing and its accessories. What man can do _a.--- -.,

J put, up nn honest pack would he the one to suffer. ':..to make a pleasant vale has been done. It represents genius' L Moat Soathern of the ftmi/vray man who enter

t o 'l 1 t'ut it i is not supernatural. The manipulation of our weather'certainly nnmkf it their Ufa'*=

f" 'I is.March .
The Independent) ) is in receipt ".ra copy of the Bradford
:: according to the Chicago weather
i aunty Telegraph/ published at Starke Florida. The bureau has had

;t ?j" sent by :Mr. and, :Mrs.: J. H Lord, who have recently moved paper) just, two normal days and only three without snow. :Migration -

i to Starke. They purchased home already i is> way behind schedule. This is the time when 1
a there. The is'
paper a RAILROADING
i 'meadow larks begin to sing in the field and bluebirds from -
good <"np. well filled with news of that vicinity. :Such; things
1. I (post top;*. Hepatica ought to be up and robins ought to be nil
,4 cop us in touch with those who have been residents of Fl'nI
'. ton.- l-Vnton\ (:Mich.) Independent over the lawn. Buds ought to be swelling and fresh life show- 'Z ? c a man's job

ing in the thickets. Something has stopped] our clock, and

o even if it is not another conspiracy against the midwest it
'j Bradford" county has votl'tla bond issue of $ |.*>(f)>,000 for I must lie adding value to Florida real estate and keeping thostibdividers THERE I is no occupation in the world which

highway; construction and when/ work is completed will have up night.s. -Chicago Tribune. exacting in its demands on the individual

pros' iell'd two highly) important links in the road system of'' I than railroading. That is why the world

north Florida. Only two projects arc. concerned. State t Road, H1DS( :; ,\SI\ Jon: Toil ONALUIIl'A less the valuation is increased' over the term "railroad man" denotes men of

:No. :1R and State (toad Xu. I IS. Number t 2 H t is the Lake City- 150! .VI) IIONUS I I there having been $6,6000.00 worth character trustworthiness and useful

Mnrke-P.ilatka 1 highway} a federal aid road) which will serve1&s of road, bonds. including? the last issue I citizenship.But .
$1,000,0(10 14 Needed f'orIor: sold l since 1918 and it is
a short cut from Lake) City to thf> Eastoa t. Number 18 noad ..pinion thut in Riving; n passableroad my | if the demands on the individual railroad man

isa, state road project from Starke o St. Augustine Via Green |, (:nin(' \'i1L'! April 2.-Bid i for system to the entire county, are great, so are the opportunities. The men with
Cove Springs., -Umatilla Tribune. we nre noting more wisely than if
the the
recent $1,000,00 bond issue osperlal f responsibilities of leadership on the Southern
1 we should
t give I
a completely har
o : road I and l bridge district,
k surfaced road system to today have grown with the railroad.To
only a I up .
i number one. of Alachua county, are
BACKING: UN:; CONVICTIONS I small portion of the "
county.
now being advertised for by the
A ]lawyer in :New York City: wrote his brother who I is head I' bond trustees, and proposals will Roads: totalling 62 miles are be. handle the greater traffic of the growing South

cf a New York state country\ : hank, in regard to the use of government ( he received I until April 26. lag,built from. last year's bond Issue expeditiously, economically and
andfr.: Baker has been Instructed I dependably, the
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derived from the
) money
printed envelopes by the He said I .
: sale of these bond, in the opinion to plan in addition to this Southern needs the best men of the South.
"I know their convenience and doubtless they are cheaper i:| of Henry I.. Baker, district engineer four and one-half miles of road :

but in these days: w11"1tll\ !' various: classes! of industry and will he used for building; n miles from of Rochelle road. from.to Wlnsdor the district and line sit: Railroading has always attracted the best type of

business realize the necessity! of fighting against the further fthe system rural of towns lateral of roads Alarhun. : connecting I near Haynesworth. to Lacrosse, citizenship. And it always will. It is a man's job.
encroachment! of the government; and state Into business it the countyto making a total of approximately
through
highways, and 1
is rather inconsistent for a bank, or any other business> to encourage which roads; l are to be built will 73 built miles In of main highways being

government competition, with its'! own citizens. Sofas be decided at the monthly meeting district. number special one.road and bridge: S t

as the envelopes are concerned, the government is In the of tho road and to be bridge held district Tuesday commissioners County project number two running

business tax free; and if it can manufacture sell and distribute April 6. It is hoped in all. to grad" where from It Joins, Lisman to Kirkwood''' OUTJR
state road number
envelopes in completion with private enterprises'!, which and, partially surface ISO miles of 'I' two Is now graded and hard surfacing -'
road under
must pay the taxes to maintain government, there i is no good for this bond issue "The will be started in about six

reason why it should not invade other fields of business. reason, these only lateral partially roads hard," says surfacing I from weeks. The road branching off ftAILWA..9Jie SYSTEM

Each industrial function adds an increased! tax burden on the :Mr. Baker "is because mile state road number two one
Afachu"1 north of Paradise and running a
private citizen and property owner.-Umatilla Tribune. county has bonded! to the to Worthirgrton Springs via Lacrosse Southem
roads for some time to come, uni i 'a tspllthe
a distance of 17 miles, is ntc t lE





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