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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I ROUTE BODY TO MEET APRIL 20 JULY CELEBRATION 1" fll.


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j Will Discuss at Lnke Butler Pl.nis I.IHII.! HixU :Numbers .I'ifl-Nine: 1.
l'lUil'Uli4IUSS: <; : I.\X ":FAUIN: <; : ('IXII AT
For Building Koad No. 2*. 1'i.1,1 List ;
I MAY! StTCEED IIIMSKI.r'Tallahassee : 1':1',1.: :' I.I' :NCIIF.ONS
Meiidily Crowing.At \

HIGHWAY WILL IUXTlmonn April IX: -U. A.tireen 1'111''tlll'k.: .. i\ilmngc-:: ('lu.i, ]
: SIX CiriKS \ the regular wrekl" >' inuetinicof I':
; of Stnrke the young but far formed some three weeks IIKO,

from silent congreshinan fi,.ont" t t" holds its \\ <','1.1III"dw. Chairman Hathaway Will AttrnilSession held, List Tliursla.night. \ at. tlu> f
second l district his its '
now serving I'alV, mil-naming .
of Association. ell ball. I'le-ident I Nmghl, who isalsn ) ,
)
j first haqu.ilifn.ii ,; 'I I
!term ut Washington. meinbeis and IIII> Kxch.inueitesfrom
chairman of tho hotel committee 1}
Lake Butler, April 13.: -,Ii-sc, with the Secretary of i out of 1"I Ito are in "repotted, I thu formation" of thdStnrke I
Johnson vice-president of the Lak" State as a candidate in the June I Staikc, on Tiie-d.i s Lake \Butler
Hotel! and
City.Palatka Short Route Asvnciation primary" tu succeed hi m.'lf. formed its on" : ln/.it; ,i"n, of this t kind Coiporation
the sending.. of t thu charter t,> thdfiiitni ,"
has been advised by I" S. I lastveek and ,, wnil members' olStaike '
,
Matthews the president of the usociution -- wrii> ,niMled .\ ,., \.. attend' "-\ of ntati for approval.K. .

that a meeting of that RESPONSE TO the initial, luiii, In,'"ii A. :Scott; chairman. of thu ad-,

M'liismg I '! cummitti'c, "reported, on
body has been culled for Tue.ilu.\
t UH. :in t ti\ ilii s of his committee, tho
April 20, at 11 o'clock a. m.. at I
NEW HOTEL IS I"I" -"* bi'iiiu' made on issuing thoMnike
WRECKED
Lake Butler la dNcuss plan- I l' .1 FORD
: booklet. and the iliitnries| "
building Ruad No. 2S.
l I" mi; KiiMM'il from the advertising
This association was formed a
GRATIPINGSiihxcripliiins > .iiiipiiiun started two weeks agi>.
little more than a year ago\ by representative ON WRECKER .
;
Mr :S.ottluted also that the city
business men of Pulutka ..
council' had appropriated, $'!-.".Ut( )
Keystone I Heights.. Starke.
,
touard( 'issuing I thin, booklet.I
Lake Butler and Lake City, at a in Now! Assure nSuccess
1C, Wrecking 'I 1 ruck. Assistingl'
mis \ Mr. Hurno" of Miami liench, who: (
meeting' held l at Luke Butler. S'nce;' of The Undertaking

that time state road, No. 23 has Heady This Fall.D. .. It Other I am After lioldK. ciiii.nderable.. acrc'iigo\ in tho

been extended, by the legislature/ to Collision.Sunday t liiiihain i ncctinn, was (present at thanurling.

moro than double its former !length, E. Knight chairman of the ,,','lurk.I Mr. llornu wtated, ho purchased
night, about 10 .
land Kradford
the
county
in
of indefinite future Starke Hotel
and taken out the Corporation reports
whilu th" wrecker from Smith' IJn-
.
rccimimctidiitiim .I'MI'.
and placed on the second preferential that the response by citizens: of I upon the
list:. Starke in subscriptions. to the proposed rage was lifting a wrecked. Fordmi' "K.: "I'. Duncan of :Miami a former

fro-n hotel picpnriitoiy' to towing it in forrepairs .i-e ldeiit' of Staike, and it was tho
to here
It now is designated run building assuresstarting I'
after it had .lo. (ked h mis intention of his to cut Iliaaireage '
Lake City through Lake But of construction work in company!
with a Star for the light/ of way, unit
tracts
into ten
nro
ler, Starke, Keystone Heights and tlma to have the building ready for I '
another Find driven by Home
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Lon
of
farmers
sell" to the t truck
this "
Bunnell. winter. He stated
opening
1'alutka, to
i( jo mr> men from" Melrosu, ran 111'\.1: 1 l.hllll.'W, :': Yolk., Under... intensivafarming ) 1
became I further
Also since the association that it Is gratifying" )\ to thecommittee 1
thewrecker., Tile Fordluf'crud '
un into such farmers compelled "
aie
as
nctive the. counties concerned to m"et ,such almost un- I '
.-
,'uIIKItI'rnhlC'um, the idhsion .1.i -
: ; to do on Long I.sl.ind: tun
Ivdo unimous .
111I1'01l..1 bonds and are now roa response, it being apparent
.. their part In commencing ac- Ihe citizens renb/e that the town i the wieikei' i< -clI"llIJwith\ lures will yield. as. ti'tich as tripla! I ..I

tjnl construction. Union county will be nt n standstill until accom.mod.itions I a ""IIIIIIIt'.i11'1111\ I.imp. I 'acre' under the cultivation. (prui'tio.cil f \
The scric'K "'f ac 'idetits happi' ''neilj in llns slat'. '
led the way by getting nn art thru : are 1 pinvulcd< for the j.i.. : session and, proceeding to' traveling pub Ii. Tin' iiiuiiibeiNhip lommiUcu ro*
the 1025! ( ,
101'1.1.1'. soiilli "i.f to ''it', and. the, "I "is '
bond"validated. I Articles! ineoi, | pnitcil I the follovMiiti, '1 ,nnnu-s on the )
porating the hotel
votp on it ami j.ttinl.th\ (' \ wa'' axcrihcil, to I lilt' -;I\\, "i.un lullilili !, I.I I..
other counties fol. (company hnvp I"m i liain'ier' ,,1'! commene' roll.:
1. The upro\ed b.\ the : anil the i'essie, speed. ""' |

lowed suit nt the pecinl ,ussion of secretary of, hUite. and the 'hot.llompany dnxeis, were. milking/ I IA.s.Noi I 11. \\'. Aldermiin, ,, J. M. Alvarez: ti. .

the legislature.! i* nov. a full fledged cmporntion '- -- --. -- 1. \\ ., 1I'"w.':" Jr." A. /. Adklim! ,

Chairman Hathaway the road with ,power' to carr>' on:' -- : : \ :N* is: i' oit IL.: Iliggs. O. L. 11'usley\ "KdwarilKiiriiH : I'r' '

department :Mr. :Matthews n.1vi..1 the work of the i inanimation ard 1 M IIOOl. HO VKI II : .1. K.' ( ,olley, J. K. Cmpening\ : I

ed Mr.: Johnson has agreed\ to push the building to completion.! U. I I'). Davis: L. A. Davix, Jr., K. J. :I

meet with the association. Lal.!). To complete the work of hecuring Merchants Tin1 Telegraph's/ ....11111"11\< \(.'.. coliinin Divis", K. F. 11"11I01..1.V.. '1'. Fin.liier .-

Butler and Union county ore suro pledges\ committees have been appointed Aiding t this week. iiiriu ono new anMnuncimciil J.. D. dreen, .\. J. Oiffis: K. ,

to receive great: benefits as a result II and,! this work will be vigorously : thai of II. '11. Mn\/ for, \\'. lla.ves, :N. H. Hull D. C. Jones, rJ- ..

of this meeting.MURDER pressed 1 until the balance of member'. i>f tin' sihoiil. boiird, IromI 11. K.: Knight! J. F. Kickbter, Sr., I .1f

the money nee led has I been secured.NO I I''list, rut, '_' Mr. M. .\ ha- ""I\llh"1 c'. A. Knight G. I', Kruse, J. :M, V

i onnly lieloic mid 1 K i .ipable'" .>( giving :.MiU bell, J. S. Malpas( Midland< t.
1
ANDSUICIDE : riCK: Advances Town / goiid scriin' t" In, id tint. Ki'iilty" (Co., Jacksonville. ((10)), E. \. '!.... ,J

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J. J. DicMnron Camp No. 1017. :S. Matthews, A. N. :M.ircotte, Hub- (

nnd all visitors of ell McUain, U.; A. :MaiTntte, ,II. II.obli's 1

AT meet at the court said house Camp Sunday will:, THE \WRECKOF :\, (C. L. I'eck J. L. Peek, S. I,. ,I I.1. ':,

i n.! J. It.IMih I'
April 2oth 10 \I'l-ck. I.. C' A; L. 1'oWC'll
o'clock
,
nt a. m. :Memorial !
Out-of-Town Ku I ing and Mail Order .. :, .1. C. KobiliHon, S. 1C.I Hitch,
services will be held > IICI'l1'm ''Jl': ...
1 at thecourt l >
; Should be Discontinued I II: II. llollins: F. F. Stump" ,II. L. ''c
VERO BEACH house at 2 p. m.. Col Kobt. W. :Support L'lllspeAssumes \I1.KOAI' ) MAN THE HESPERUSOicnp.lilts HL".i.:. Stcrnberg, t\ A.sott .
of
Davis 1
Gainesville will deliver So as to It'lliin
Itig/ KcsponsihilityTi '. I : M. C. Stith, II. Siiyder:; W.A. .
the :Memorial a,1, lIs. All mem. Prosperity Here.IK S. .\. Mrjim/ Halfiilur. > EIIIIII.: | l .>e
> counteract these tendi'ncies, I Sti-iuA.' J. Thomas, 'II. CI. \\'all"- \
!JerK ore requested' to be Of (IU.K On St. JohnsMad
R. Spencer of !Starke' lielieved To'I' piesent. 01 I S. A. I. j ,
the .sterling leadership of the community's I II. II o.ing.M .

Hate Killed\: Kmplnjc-r |1 Capt.W. T. Commander WEEKS MIST BUSINESS:; : IIEKE:' prcigresaiv. ,, fon. es. must Kernandma' April I in.--A half : Narrow K:..caie. | \\ eilnesllll ._ __
I .
I
> .lllllTIKXIII. : ':\\ ((41\:101'\: M.xi'.s
And Self.Vero S. MORGAN: : be sustained. Among all tho century of service with one. railroad) I
I You should buy from Starke merihants '.stockholdera", ill the future of. the'
h attained .
aboutto
Adjutant. I is the record <> The Hesperus' a <'abln i III-.IT/ Inlonging
Bench Two because it you, 113 we I .1. I'. Knklitor" Jr., county enif-
April 11.- men I I'Wl'rc pays (community the home-town merchants by S. A. Ur.xan. roadmaster of the l to. severaluuiiir "IIIIMHH-" <

found dead, here early today, FI.OKIII.V M I.II"; have convinced, you in foregoing! : assume the. largest responsibility Seaboard, Air Line railway. j men of I th > cilv, waunk in' the, it.r, Inn,, completed! a new county

lying in poids of blond, with their articles of thu series. It means II becuusu theirs is. the largest I ( map' of lSri.dCordt,! showing the 1 10'
<;iE.NATIONAL:: PA UK/ :Mr. llryim who will shoitly bi> high wind! Wednesday aflernoi-n" and, lateral .
in pocket.And of the highways
throats slashed. money your investment. Their confidentcin I intion
started his afternoon the St. Johns,, River,
retiree! on
The men were identified by a cor. Ponce.. cle Leonould lie .Made it means money' out of your I the stabilily in the growth of I on a pension" I '' ,mads" towns, railways etc. The
: railroad, career as a track laborer whern tho bout has been since, !(t.
oner's jury here as W. N. Bradlvv, Name of Site. )pocket if you don't. Our argument the city in which they h\e prompts with thu old, Florida. Central & was launched' last. year. The Ilis.perus lilliI'1 1 is divided into ID acres" section
CO, watchman, of :Miami and I K. is as simple as a-b-c. If you make them to build I 'large buildings and, I and, is I the first really accurate'
extendedfrom built for the
Spencer, 32, motor truck driver, of SENATOR: TnA I IEI.I. INTKOIHTKS I a practice of shopping at the city I fill them with con.IIl'ru"lp'st..cks, Western railroad whiih was. purposeof map to Inplaced on sale.
,Kernandinii.. Cedar Key' housing the gentlemen when
near Starke. Tha jury announced \ BILL FOIt PARK/ : stores, or if you order your goods> i i <>f goods( on all of which they pay to : .
desired to the St.
its that had shipped in by mail, you\ have only built by the Florida lUilroail Company they gu out to 'JHI'I( ; IIJI'M'S: or \\ KKKIty : (
findings Spencer murdered of The
their sliuru
Wnshin.-rton i eijual taxes. um- I firnt rail. | Johnit fishing I and,
; National Park I have I in I 18"iD, being the on a trip w.tscomplete
what these goods '
Bradley with a knife, and to figure/ up bition of merchant and deal- ,
known as the Ponce de! Leon, would the total every road in the state. The name cluinged .. in every detail, offering express, :

then committeed suicide with a like be established. in Florida under a : cost you what, and the compare bill of goods I i er in Starke U to make his investment in 1SfiH to the Klond.i. Railway' : bunk splice. for about seven ,people.The .. Calibage, :3S: c'rates.Itccts .1' .
with same
instrument. Two bloostained bill introduced today by Senator I ITrllmmell. bought it | larger' th> result being & Navigation Company and, In I IKrtt; i| Hesperus. ( was "1I"kII1I'K ID c-ratcir..
would have cost had
knives were found nearby. Per Democrat, ."1 fl'ida. I home. you ,I that the share that the communityreceives to the Florida Central.. & I'criinsular. :, ,day afternoon during the hilhI i",1, ('arrots, OJ! crates.Lettuce .

sonal effects in the clothing of the The bill authorizes the Secretary at railroad trolley in the way of larger taxes When John" Skelton Williams that prevailed in that seition" and I crates.Strawberries. .

two men led to their identification. of Interior r'or instance, the or is available for greater betterment.Kxery the which followed by downpour, 11,1-H& 1'-
to appoint a commission hotel bill the time I was placed at the head of Sea. was a quarts.\ ,
fare ,
,
Sheriff! J. W. your .
According to of five to select a suitable location : buy that do'lar'! thutC"/ over the board Air Line J Railway: Cnmpanv, .of rain. Amos. Wooti-n, the goods
'
Knight of Indian I Kiver county, the and to allocate any public' you waste, the higher you prices i'otinter of the local merchants pays I about twenty-five, years iign thu .loni's, I'oscor" M<..Lane and Mr. of cabbage.ASK j'
don't need
two men arrived) here about seven land toward the park and) receive you trihulu to. the entire community. It Kernandma-tVil.ir, Key line" was :Slant: were on the bout at the timi1of !

o'clock last night in a large moving any donations of land that may beoffered. I you pay overhead on account the of city the store stupendous ......all comts batK to >.ou. in fullest meas absorbed, by Ihp Seaboard; system, j thu sinking(, having gone" to the \:; I'KICMir: ) Milt I'ONVKK 'j
van, proceeding with a load of fur at The merchant has the interests I'l.AM'ON: : S\NI'A: PK: KIVKICWahington. :
I'm'
_t be paid four ure. Through all t the <'hanges\ dating; St. Johns Kivrr Tuesday an out !
thc things out
niture, owned by lrnlcfrom!" ; ] I Senator Trammell declared, that e mu value I of the home town at heart.Kvvnt from June 1 I. I IH7U, to the present ing.. At thu tune' of the small stm mWednesday ,
addition to the .
Jacksonville to :Miami. They park/ > pocket in I ........
1. -Appl.ca-
: from purely selfish standpoint of the Apul'
I Florida nnturnlly wns nn ideal, situ "f the goodthemselves, plus aleasonabl" a I tune, :Mr. P.r.wm bus remained with // two I gintlcmiiiWITI .
ed their machine in a ,downtown garage for n park/ and particularly .sinc' I' he 11 the best booster the tbe road, in vai'lulls, tapaiities., "* in a small skit'f neiirbv' tin. lion for. a pri'liininaorniil" | for

for the night and at their re. million nnd, profit.iel.i lioiiie town. has, (MM uuse the greater( his fi-hing, when tln-j noticidthe it IIOVMT project on thi- Santa Firivi'r
a n half touri't- visited | in (ieltintc (iiwMN.In .. i :, Mr ltr>.in, will celebrali" 11" til IT
quest were permitced todeep in I the state each )'ear. >of the mail-order the wcll-hcini of its iti/i'nc_, the I li'.ali; I birthday ,next, H"I't"IIII..r|> 1 II. II i gathering, clouds.I Immediately I' in Alachua' and I Columbialountii's '

the van. When the doors were I case order purchase ,, bitter the pay the> receive fOI'lh.ir 1 they inndi< for th|. Hesperus, getting t Florida, has' been" receiv-.

thrown opl.'nll'lr/ tod.iy !garage ULOXHAMVAKII.. Jit.' DIES: there are your money have : labor, the more' lomfortabl.- : IIK\IIM\\\i; : ; IUFIMJI.Nti: to the i miser. before. the *tormbroke i_l by the IVderiil, Power Commi
employees found the dead/ bodies., < and postage fees the time you I from the Fitkin Utilities, Inc.
mon
their homes are and the better the i| : TO lU'll.llF. in the flllllll''' Anchors" werethrown
Word received in Gainesville ; wait for thp arrival of the goodsthe
was ,
the coroner's jury statements to primary. capaoi.
At .. I streets" ore kept the more efficient overboard, but the heavy approximately, "
were said to have been made by Sunday thiit Bloxham Ward), '': freight charges, time lost in exchanging the s'hoolthe better the fire and, fi.; Hemingway! proprietor ofHemingway's wind caused' the ship to drag( anchor. : ty .m. ,e-tinmteil at 2'JHO:! horsepower..

certain residents of Vero Bench Jr., eight year-old son of :\Iajor' \ goods that ore nut what I polito protection.. the more attractive incut market i is pre.I ', T h<> motors, were started, in I which is intended, for. use of public

that Spencer last nuht while eating Bloxham Ward former command, you ordered', the annoyance of notgetting I does the community. prove for I paring to eievt a concrete store an rffort to compete, with the win'I utility purposes.I '.

In n local restaurant intimated ant of en.lifts at University of the grade you thought you others seeking homes and therefore ; building( on Ninth street to house hut the velocity of the storm wa_ --.

trouble with Bradley who had employed Florida Hied early in the morning ought! to get at the price-these I II the greater is tho number of his market and grocery establish- too much for thi good ship lies, I I.H"IJtoTll'S'I'IUIi; :; : :

him in Jacksonville to make fit Syracuse, N. V., from spinal: and other thnrges)\ must be added to his possible customers. I ment.", Tho building(.) will be locatedbetween and she was blown over.
said ha'p.eclal'pd meningitis. I what you actually pay for tho his location, ,and' perus Slarke Growers' Association
the trip. Spencer was t" present
for the small
nf Luckily occupants, a :
Buy Home Merchant. thoCouit
that he wa not pleased The news will be received as a !goods. liennett'u store. will hold a regular meeting/ at I
is tholure of the home town merchant I skiff was tied! t" the stern of thu HouMo'leae' acoverediS!
with the action of his employer, .shock to the many friends of the The so-called "bargain" Buy I (
.
which the
larger boat to fishing
whom he was alleged\ to have de- boy and, his parentM.Gl1inesvillSun. that awaits the unwary customer and you assure Stnrke of a permanent your harness shop and shue store I climbed without being .court house Saturday, April 17th at
booster. He does not t> party injured Come and,! hear County
in both instances. plan > tinsmiths 2 p. m. :
cleared had hallucinations. I; i men, your your producedealers .t
in the least. The members of '
Advices were received from :Mrs.X. For every loss you sustain from : stay here for a certain length of your lumber merchantsnnd ,Agent, H..ht.111'01' speak, on thu ,
the dUcomfiluie
the
M. Bradley, daughter-in-law of the manner of address, inasmuch these two methods of buying, the : time, and then to move to sumo I dealers in building. ,supplies, I ( partv state that worst. marketing of eggs.

the murdered man who declared, as Bradley, on the previous day community suffers a double 1<1118. I other place; he I is hero to stay for the men running your darien! and from they tho experienced of the sink wa' L. C. I'rc-.cott, Pres.MiriCK l
his reside in the limit: it is his home, and the home of I the trip scene ,
she" had accompanied the two men, had messaged son correctly on Whether you creameries, mills ami factories ASwell .
I thi'ir through the
to
ing( cars : strong .:
an inconsequential matter. of !Starke'= and, work there or wheth. hiM children. Like every other par
from Jacksonville to !St. Augustine as other employers< of labor, winIII1 rain which chilled' '
heavy "
This murder follows closely the reside outside and consider ent, ho wants his children to have I -
er'f'U
and that both were and others in these various affiliated .
on Friday I thi-m to the hone. They returned,' The Ruby Davis Memorial Chap.ler -
She declared that finding of the body, of an undenti- that residence on the farm frees the best possible. start in life, and line .
on good terms. : home thnt (!vcninl(. I II of the. Chi Id run of the Confed.erncy
ficd several days of all obligations toward thotown while ho is working for this endfor
for : man ago near Deserves
her had known Spencer you Steady Support .
family The Hesperus,, lies in nine fuet i iI will hold thc-ir! regular DitititIng -
and said i Knu Gallie, a short distance north when you speed elsewhere his own family, he is taking the Thoir leadership, deserves thesupport :I
than fifteen Da
more years I 1 of water in the St. Johns. ICivi-r / at thu home of Mrs.[ L. \
of Vero Beach. The'body was discovered for needs what should. have lead, among those other. parents: who '
fro your of
miles n citizen in
good
that he lived four every about one mil- north Mulberry: vis, Satunlay" afternoon at 3:3': '),
by a traveling man a short remained in the community you\ harbor the same ambitions for
Starke. town. In fact, every mn.: woman mound! and! will !1m rained and reconditioned All members and prospective menv.hi .
I distance off the Dixie highway bya weaken the business life of the I their children.To .
Miami informed local authorities and child in tbp community has
police a according to some. of rs are urged t" bo present.Mrs. .
that a telegram addressed clump of trees and bore evidence ,'ommllnitby just ao much. What maintain this leadership' our moral responsibility in the matter. the owners : '. L. A. Invi3. Director.

to the Miami chief of police wai of having been exposed for more this dram woulu mean If everybody home-town merchants must he !sup These men work for the \good of I :Members of the the, ill- J

received from Bradley last night/ than a week. The head had been in the community followed this ported. They set the pace and ratIv the home-town, and therefore fated state"party on .. .. ..
Hesperus that
as follows : "Come to Vero Beach clubbed, while bullet wounds! were i short-sighted! policy In not far to I the forces of good! citizenship. ,,\,pryl.olyhl) has the welfare of was the wind which assumed 110 stron"! tornado Starke Chambt'r of Com ..

as fait as you can riJa it. Dad is I found In several places and a long ,, seek. Bankruptcy would be tho Take the roster of your merchants tho community at heart IB In duty proportions thnt numbers of merrc meets every. Thursday ..

evl.dently !. knife wound.. in the side. result, with merchants being forced and convince that this liso. bound! ,
In deep trouble. The wire was yourself to work with them IInl sustain trees Mulberry: :Mound\ wer! uprooted night at the <.:ity"
intended fur Sergeant Luke The body of Bradley was claimed out of business, tores bearing I Tho men in your general them In the things they are 1 and other havoc wrought.Mrs. Ilall. Every citizen of

Bradley of the Miami police depart tonight, by Scargeant Luke Bradley "for, rent" signs, the taxable property store*., in your drygoods and grocer : trying to accomplish. tbe town is expected to bpresent.

ment, a son of Brndley's but relatives I of the :Miami police depart- of the community suffering a stores your hardware and Implement Buy from Starke merchants H. A. Weeks, spent' Frd-ty 8 o'clock.

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t.KVK NMTTHKttSKillti SAMMY KTKHMIEUU OV. KS fHUMS'Alhlrtic \\1\\ l>f\l VN
and Mr Lysi" r to-this melodramatic
Lilllur Jt.k
>r-in-Chi>l
p.ilr' "he> (.iiki'il lightly. ;
:;j liEGIN; IIERK; TOn.rrTEn .\\' "Indeed." Ills rather subtle smite
'U .r \\ wuhitchka Material being her face. ":-It In I tho le-iHt. I assure. ', .ou," .1
i brought the color to
i i I. i i.ni,,,|/I>l( td 1 une of its 'Hi" t ::J LYST :n. \ ti-ran of mnny he answered. "It \vn" the mere, fact
I 1 I". d on ground for new post ofi.i battles In the WorfUVnr, I Ie saved "Perhnps I Khali bo welng something -
[}: -'hi' 1',1 iciiMin, uinning tli'M'ii"lit ::J from dNlth when a shell burst In of yo'ir huvlna liroju-n your enuuffe
I nl* fii'tten games, which i iM i- *i c htnlding.Ckurwater. tho Rrltlhh front linos. Ho recovers of him. then he said easily mcnt; that retallutl. ihe incuU-m to my .
G1D I & SUM Quickly from his Injuries, but the Lyster will be coming down of \
Clcurwnter mind.
: ry guild" record considering, tin hock has snapped a thread In his course?"
D:I i niiilitinns.. under which they hud t." :{) ,,,.-,LillIplans for new building.) mind. He has lost his memory. Nan forced Nan kept her cyca flxeJ on hlaface. J
"I don't think 10'
I Peter ha* forgotten his engasement
{) r..rt. Lauderdale $3,310,000 bond) .
D: : -
I | la\ < >In. of the most importarrnl 10 herself to smile.

D:I j thc-i- l.ad) conditions i is the 1m. lI ki i"ue approved, for municipal improvements. NAN !>MARRABT In"London.. Just Her mind lenpt. ahead Into the future "And-and the girl you spoke of.
D: before departure for France. N'an Is just now?" she asked.IIo .
I f an inilnor court !Starke i is near heartbroken because Pptr tR lied to and she knew thn. this man
D:I a number of large schools which Tallahassee-West Florida Power remember even when brought face must hear sooner or later what had 'I shrugged his shoulders. "Poor
D: to face with the girl who has been llttla thing-one cannot but f'el
I huve indoor, courts' and after :III i Company to construct $1,000,000. wearing his rlnir over her heart happen for her but for the mnn,
[}I team practices on an outdoor rntirt ,, hydroelectric power plant, on Ock- ever sine the day of their last She forced herself to go on: "('{'I" sorry
i friend ot mine
though he Is a it
} tryst. Nnn has been living with
[ haps I had better tell that MrLyster
for wc-c-k it makes change liH'knee Jliver. you
a a great
I ) JOAN KNDICOTT. In a small Lon seemed rather a low-down game tuplay.
[} don apartment. But since Joan's and I are no longer engaged, "
Whope -
indoor
I to play on an court. Wales Ground broken for .
Lake
.
[} husband .Is returning on leave and ISh" said. Her voice was quite steady
[}I to have a very good outdoor, [} erection of new Dixie Walesbilt a wire from home has Informed Nan but Sefton was shrewd enough to "You mean?" she asked, with an

,: if not, an indoor court for next !;'ti;>c;;><;?<;iI"ii'.r252." .. ;: Hotel. that ,her Nan stepmother has decided has to died so back suddenly guess that It held underlying .....In. effort

'I year, alto a longer string) of vic- making plans for parties and ban- Lakeland-$ GOOUO worth of and care. for her three young "I"P.hroth. He raised his brows. "Is that so? '1 mean, to pretend that ho hail
11. 11. S. HONOR ROLL tnrie.s.SPEAKING. .. .. Through Peter's plight -I must sympathize-with Lyster. lost his memory and did not know
'qut-ts, culluctinj !back dues to building permits issued during rscent Nan has become acquainted with
.FOR :SEVEN: '! II :MO.VIHFirst : ---. I !; pay LIEUT. he added courteously.'I her. "
JOHN: AKNOTT. w-ho Is
for
the and fortnight.
: \ ; OF PROHIBITION parties banquets, finishing arranging to take Peter to the home really don't think you need Vn caught her breath. "Lout hU

f grade Carol 1 White, Billy ,, up lust minute reports, and 'Lnk.hmdOates.Corley furniture of his sister situated Just a few memory!" she echoed.

I'uwtOl, Ella: :Mae. :Manning, Fruiu-is The liquor men Hay that the doing everything else: that should Company to erect $200,000 miles Is now from aboard Nan's a home train town homeward Nan 'That Is what ho pretended and,

I'et-k Beatrice Muscley, Williu Eighteenth: Amendment was thrust have: been done the first fourteen building here bound. of course 'tietton! liiuuheel caiiouF.y
Leo
Mae Thornton, B.1.. Johns, Patsy upon a war worried: people, who, weeks. But things would not beem: St. Petersburg Survey be:111." NOW' CO ON WITH THE STORV -"I nnot: .sny thAt there was a').

," Kdmondson, Hazel trol11an.r I did not think! what they were: doing natural without this final rush, and made with view! to laying new not- THE train only stopped once on other' uennun in the cuso:! all the

1 Teachers, Miss Olive Kay and :II I'M. when they voted for the VolsteadAct. ) und as, it only have comes four but once u year work of storm sewers! In northern journey down into Hertford time Niii. felt us If her I hudv had growntuili'fn'v

C. A. Knight. we : months to get ovir section of city. shire. Nan went to the window coM! ) She 1'anotl bacit; in
i But prohibition is no new subject I : it in, wo: accept this ncx-to-
JullIat.\ node City Kanncr installs. new then find loo Keel out. She hll.1 said the corner with 4 fee-ling: oi: JicadfulAm
:Second:; gl'ade-LoiK in the United :States.; It has beenslouly I llie-lust wei-k t"lIt-ru. h as> a matter \\.oIW"s,
Hull lirucc Andreu, Vonda In- model 0 Intertypc machine. I that he hoteil the eountry. but It
tie coming" into the nation for nf ,'oul'l>e. Our predecessors< ..tin-r woman! Dut but,
Lillian Sternberg, :Mary Wiggins :Madison, -Work begun on new was not really true-nobody could "
: man, seventy years sinc-o Maine paused have rushed bffore us, and our auccessors >h. how einilel he!
Funnta Silcox, :Martile Hemingway / the prohibition law in IK5:;. Thirty will rush after us, BO wa ', creamery plant, corner range nnd hate th'i country, especially In the '. !Iron l"o'
; Li'sliu Biggs, W. T. Weeks, I three stnti-s had, already passed the must rush to get out of their way..NEW and Kinkins Streets. spring.( '1 have learned never to ho

:' Jr., Cecil Thuinab, Curtis Newman; prohibition law before the began Lake City-Stuto Uond No. 1 to The eunid blew his "'hltle-the juni' "'el I at anything that happT*
war "
Bobbie Jordan., Teacher, Miss\ Kthtl : ) : SCK.NERV; '| I lie> paved, from this place to Tallahassee. I tra'n had no.\ 1 ili\i: >. he snl'l.' (' 'nlcnll '. I'o
begun
]However, the pa-sage of the I to move slowly awaywhen et II- window clown \\lth a run. "1thlnK

Griffin. liquor law took the liquor men by Carpenters and painters, have I.ake"orthSouthern. Bell the door of Nan's cal'rlnse'is: we' ,must be mvir kittle f! "-

Third Grll.I-SoIUl11un Underbill, surprise. been busy this week on our I nun? open and a man precipitated, len now How ore )'ou'golJlg to get
Myra and :Myrnu Frink, GertruduMoser scenery I Telephone Company announces hjm..t'1f) In. ut tr, L. a\einilen?" I
} had before
Hardly two years passed that is being mutlo for the senior I
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Jussie I'revutt, Alma Thorn construction of $.10,000, building. Tlic-to w'l 1 he a trftn of some sort," ,
Edward.-, IlolwmbOvcrstreft they began)\ .spreading) ,! propaganda play. It represents the! interior of LnKe "'ol'th-Work begun/ in- : He tumbled Inelegantly on to the :-Van anw"'cd.n.1, if not I shall

ton, Merrill:Martha Powell, Louiuu that the prohibition law had a building that i is> Called for in the tnlling white way lights along Dixie I seat and 'Inokot! ncroos nt :Nan' with J eiM'n my 1 bag: at the station "and
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I
absolutely failed. But if the 1 prohibition play. The. work is under tho! direction Highway here smiling apology. I WO.v"Mv' I
Snyder, Kvnc-ll; Strickland, Florenc'JHassott law hat failed dnn'tantipruhihiti.mist" ; r-ar will meet me," he toMnor. !
why (,t11'. ;Mitchell. tinder I'm orry-I nearly. missed It. j ,
.1 Millie Judd, Lucille Lane, .- gruni way. '1 shall bo delighted to dilvoyo'i I ,
the stop fightIng : Brmlenton to extend lie stopped I. and a little: frown .
City plans "
Helen Mersereau Eugene Sullivan, ; out If I ma .
\ so hiu-el to get it modified.. They "The Mummy und the Mumps, )
crowed his brows. I
Teufher, :Miss Madge :Middleton. cheeks w.ll swell alright.-from corpoorato limits. beg your pardon :Nun w intod. to rcfu", hut s:5
all
been the tim
have working > to j
Fourth I'radc-A ihiss- Lois I Winter: Haven-Rosenrt Hotel to I but surely-arpn t you Miss | thought It would scorn absurd. "It i
make thc law fail. There's whero | laughing. of :; ?" The flew very I lilnil of yeu." she said.
Adkins Jlildred Griffis, Tom La. --. bo improved, at cost $50,000. Marrwby blood to Nun'sj
the trouble is the law is enforced : The. train ran Into the stntlon amiSefton
Ida :Mae Johns,. Class H- SECOND: GRADK :-NO'lES F.ustill-Cla)' surfacing of western j face.
mar, I better than they want it to be und I orwncd thc tloor. A liveried
Grace ,\1val'ezllIrtha Bruwnlee, section of Scminule Springs "I am but .
not as well as the drys want it to This lust month of school, our man camn forward to meet hlrp\ and
.:, Carrie Hullo, Arthur Darby Jones, road, completed. The man held his hand to her took his suit-case. Sefton Indicates
b law failed, but
( Tho has not they teacher told us to bu real good
award..d.for
: Charles Henry :McMillan\ SinclairPeerk Key'e"tContrads i "My name Is Sefton," he saKI. :Nan's moilc-st has on the rack.
think if they spread enough propaganda and bmart. So as> a reward every links in Overseas I '1
two uni over to Leaven.lenfirst
Jr., Eva 1'revatt, Ted 1 Stilley I more "you remember me-I mf>t > ou with going
)\ they will get some humble other day, if we have not received Highway between here und mainland ," ha ..-"... He and Nun walked
Katie :Mary Williams. Teacher, drys to believe they will give it up black mark, a gold star is placed of FloritJa.TampIIL'kes. t! Peter Lyster the last nljrht he was out of the station together.As .
Perkins. I "
Miss Eunice I a.s a hopeless task. beside! our name. The one that se Bros. steamship I In England. they bowled alon? tho lanes In
Fifth Gratton Cooper, 1 A of crimson rushetl 0 I Ifr.
grade-- 1 \va\e over Sefton s cnr she cau ht littlaKllmpxes ,
Mary Brownlee, Berlha Dyal, Clara I To help this point they nay that lures the! most stars will receive company to replace terminal ware i Nan's face: with distressed ">ea she I ".\ Lystcr and I arc no of yellow prlmroc{.... In the

Dyal Lucille Edwards, Hope : there is more drinking among the at the collie of school u "BIG"prize. house recently burned. stared at the man. wooiln. .1 nd now and then the faint

Haynes, Annie Varnes, :Mildred young people and they !infer that So wo are working. Stuart-Scminole Bank building i "Of coun.-I. remember. you" she longer engaged. said \an. elusive scent of wood violets.

young peoplu did nut start drinking be remodeled into fire house wild Incoherently. "I-I-remember "I need not loll you that there was
,J Morgan, Louise :Mareulte. Teacher, FIFTH) GRADE i \; :NEWSThe may trouble, Nan answered. "We just
perfectly. She him her
until the prohibition, law \vajpassed. ; you jtave another woman la the case nil fhotlm
I and hall. discovered that had made mistake
city
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we
:Mrs. S. a
M. Cox. "
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mind seemed .
hand her to be workIng 'rhe01''
haunted
'
Can this bo so ? Before New water mains The List words
Sixth Cad fifth grade, had planned their Haines City- vicro a rush.
gradl'--Ueverly ) ft lightning speed. Hud he seen her. There, w.ia something/ parallel
Ralph Cox, Louise Marshburn the 1'ilChtt'enthnwnJnwnt was picnic for the last Wednesday. Ow. being laid, in western part of city. Peter since his return from France? "I hope If e\tr you meet him. MrSefton between her own atnry nn>1 the onof .
that will
1 Gary Overstreet, Betty Sanders, passed there was> a saloon in every inK to the fact that a heavy rain Frostproof New municipal If &0. had he heard anything? my name et all you" not mention which he had upoh-n. That other

Evelyn Stump, :Merrill WilliamH.'I town in the United States with a I 1 prevented> their going to the woods bull ling nears completion.St. "It's odd how one meets people man had Just pretended to have lost

Teacher, :Miss Cora Culhoun. I I population of five hundred, people und because every ono! brought nice Petersburg-Building at PassAGrille again." She hardly knew what she hand He loaned with his forward and touched her his memory, whilst Fe'er she
and there was nothing to stop thd lunches it decided and, St. Petersburg I was Baying. "I suppose you don'ti own. closed her eyes for n moment, and
picnic
Brown- to
:Milton was <
Seventh grade I go | live down this way-my home. at "I think It Is a most sensible. view !.houeht of Peter Lystcr's face
Teacher :Mrs.Wusdm. drinking among) young people. Liqt to the home of their teacher anj Beach during first two months of worn
lee, Rachel Silcox. t Leavenden; I am Just going there to take, he said. "It all women as she had seen It onlv thnt morninz -
t our wan very cheap then and most spread their lunch on the wide 1! 20, passed $2,000,000 mark. now." were like you. Mis.* MarrabySefton --" ; the tired look In hli!! eyes, this I

I, 1 Eighth; I-radc-Le"i( Belle Shepard any boy could, get the price of a porches which surround tho Paytona Beiu-h-Shriners planning "I don't really live here,'' h, answered was looking at her with undlnsulsed absent minded mdlffprent!!' w?" In I

Dora Manning, Evelyn; Strick drink, but after the prohibition bungalow. to erect $:;0,000 home. ; "but as a matter of act. admiration. He wns de ''I w-hlch lie ho'l' seemed to regard

land l.uuiwe. Hayes/ Thelma Silcox, law was passed) these drinks were ; After lunch was> over and every j Tnmpo-Two-story addition being I've taken a furnished. house for the lighted to find that he wan to have everything nnd she knew- It was lnptifslhlc >
spring and summer months. I was this girl for a near neighbor. .
to douM
I him.
hard to that most boys
so! get had of ice-cold' lemon built to Fuik's DepartmentStore.
Iris Edna Stunsberry.Teacher one plenty ) .
Brown "
can't much of it, and the always rather keen on the country "So you have three small stepbrothers '!" juu will .. ,i j. ,I. man : ..t topiit
:Miss Helen Caldwell.Ninth I .uy'l'ry ade the victrola .was brought out "I hope we shall see a great deal of ?" he said j me. flou-n here" :Nin 9"H. "I

.; ; grade-Kiln a Strickland cheap one or "white, lightning" isso and everyone enjoyed a nice con "r'a.lia-City to install white one another." he added. "Yes." can walk the rest of the way, the

j Willie Mite\ IIl11l1un.'L strong they can't drink it. The' cert. Just before leaving some of way lighting system. Nan flushed."I "Perhaps you will allow me to tnke. house Is quite close now."

Tenth grade---Jessie Williams, liquor men who nay that there a.-e the "\\'allure Records" were played St. Pet'rsbllr/r-$2OOO/ : theate' don't expect I shall go out very them out In my car sometimes." hesuggested. Scfion spoke to the driver, anj thacor

\,.' Mallie Norman; Wilbur MarshburnKeba \ nail 1'.. drinking among the young of < and, every girl and boy took theexercises. to be 1"III"tru..ted.Arclllia much" she said constrainedly. "A.a 'I have a great deal of was HC|>|">i]

:Maxwell. the United States than among the :Much fun was enjoyed _Approximately $100- matter of fact I was wired for this I time on my hands" and I am very Njn got out: she grabbed: l-.pr small
afternoon- stepmother hat died fond of children.
my I sult-cnsc hurriedly. She ill
Eleventh grade, -Grace Wood, young people of England.; But two uril although/ the grade was natiirully 000 worth of building construction very suddenly, and-and there are Nan did not believe It. but she this man to ,jo ui> to thc ho.i-e: not wart v.tli

Eugene Matthews, Hazel Middletun. !!I or three noted! Englishmen: )\ among I II I n littlu disappointed) in not under way. thrde little boys left." I thanked him and said that It was a her. cho, held l l out heihnnj "CDid'.y.:

EliM-, Junes, Gussie; Mae Ih.n.1]I whom in the King of England have i i getting to the woods" the picnic St. Augustine-Phoenix_ ..__ Utilities Sefton said he uaa sorry kind suggestion."What and thank you so much "
; been hrard.) remark about th "Are you going to stay at home- have just told Not ..
nt-tt. to was \oted an entire success. Company running l-JtHl; voltselectric you ma of 'soocl; ( )-. ho ansnjnJ.iiulc.ky .
Twelfth Iradl.-Clevy Norman.Tfuchvrt ; terrific .drinking of the young people cable from local plant of permanently" he asked. "I gather yourself and Lyster." the man opposite "I hope this Is only: tha

:Miis Thelma in England: where the saloons I, 'l'eul'h'I'-hIIJren, lan any of St. Johns Kleotrie: Company, to from what you say that" you have not h..r0" saying casually, "1''' iliii, of inii.v.IK" !" tin "i.r.' ": t. "
III'uwn'l| been living home. minds of
at
me which
a case I heard Shu u.d I not know what
MiFlorence Matthews\ : :Mrs. T. .1'1 are open. Allen L. Benson, a jnllr-I I you toll me the most dangerouspnt't nll"tllHin Inland.,\ She) rather resented. his tone. about last( night. The man was a 'And. Miss' Muriaiy: to answer. ,
( if
Alili-rmaii, Prof. :S, S. Dowling. nal writer .naiil he stood in of n motor car ? TallahasseeNew 12-.tory structure "I really don't know," aha answered friend of mine too. strnnuely. want n fl'" ,nil. I h< a cero'i" !

__A___ :i I a saloon in England for an hour U'oodfin--Yes, piiss., It's thvdriver. > will replace Loon Hotel l, rp. and looked away from him enough, and he rushed Into marriage tin-.' } youv..l itnicmleT .\,

TKKHIItl.K/ ; KIMKKMIC and! saw more drunk people'' conn'* gently: burned. out Of the window at the /flying coun- > Just before going to France. Quite :N.H.: s colur <1" ,"I'u1. "Veil' 010v "
I of that saloon in that than try. I a nice little. gIrl he married. Hc't! k'n l ,
out time CIl'lIrwat..r-Tlids to be opened ""ry I'll -Lit lin .! v-v, 1:1.1; !,'. ._
Usually in the sprinutime epedemii's i he had, seon in America in a year Professor If a farmer raised! for approximately $00,000) worth "And-Lyster?" the man opposite ito j only known her a few days-one of pvh'li, 111 J., 'Hun. I it 1.11 i tlnnl* n R fIt. t,

of one kind or another and he cros.es the continent from I Ill bushels of wheat and sold it work. her was saying. "I hope you j those war weddings, you know I bo j .Ill: ll-K'--tlLIIlk >0... .u< 11,4 '"n."." I 1\\
break out in Bradford high, but for $1.17 a bushel, what would he of pnving! anil street have good news of him?' lleve the was genuinely fond of ll.lt: In- \"" ." ,l.ot ...L 1..J :C.I ,
i throe times' in his .c :
to
two to a \ factory 1.lm'l
year Apopka-New; clothing Nan turned hep head slowly; the but he" he shrugged his he uiil.Miniled.. I -
thiyear it takes the cake."Mumps" I work. He said. ) that of th. I' I\'et1\ hope you will re- ;
I most be established here.Tl1mpn.OOO.OoO. Question had been asked in all Innocence -"be walt the sort of man to be taken ine'iubi't ht s.iitl iift.nn.Ho .
no-An automobile.
: the horrible disease Little
most drunks people that terminal ; apparently Sefton knew by face. j
wpro young civic port any pretty Anyway. iood i.o..i; ,irie.- :-n as sho'
ever known has visited us and of the saloon. Prohibition -- nothing ot what had happened hU wife found out the other day ran do "
i came out EIGHTH GRADKI planned for upper McKayBay. \& i. .lie .jiu Ill.., it to tho 1
up
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along with it has come a "mum has nmrp thrift in the United! "Mr. tater la In London," she quite by chance-that he had come hr>'ise.

J' my," that we are informed is the j States lessened poverty and. caus(1 I I Last Friday afternoon thc eighth Tampa-Ornngo Crush Company'Rnew jIAId.I home on leave and never let her \\10 I... ,...lliI.".,." J

real iiuevn of old l King Tut, himself (' less wife nnd, child beating. It grade went. to Kingsley lake. All plnnt nearlng completion. ;
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This may seem rather improbable i once was! when the father cam. of those who went in bathing enjoyed Key West. -Contracts let for I -- ---- -- - -- ,,

tu Homo of our readers, 1 home he would curse his! wife 'i the water. ::111'''. Peek, :Mrs.Cullpepper constructing two more Xnk| in 1 I Fro"lproof-Had surface road on Frostproof Contract let for St. I".teraburg-I,57OOO:;
bond
but nevertheless it's true. So now throw dishes nt his mother and oth.er :Mrs. Knight and :Mrs.I Overseas Highway, between here ''Scenic Highway, being extended to building 1300,000$ hotel. I i..sueproposel., for harbor

the mummy and the mumps' will be horrible things like this. I Hnyes, also enjoyed, the picnic. '', and Florida mainland. city limits. Coral Gables-$1,322,.;00 worth extensions.

mixed and on April, :20, you will see The prohibition law has helpedj ) j I. At the last meeting the follow-. Tampa-State Highway No. 5 St. Petersburg-New; hotel Ten.nsylvania of building permits i issued in recent St. Petersburg
some! of our old stars in "The mummy church. :Men who former/! formally opened., $1,557.000; bond
j the i InK program was given : will be hard-surfaced, from Oeorgia week issuo.
proposed for
harbor
and the :Mumps. I I never' thought of going to church j 1. Reading-Uncle Jack's story ( line to this city. ,!I Jo'ernllnlinllFernandinll Construction Tallahassee-Bid* to be opened extensions.

This is a play in three acts in have began)\ thinking of things high, by Louise Hayes. Florida East Coast Railway orders Company organized. for construction of new dormitory Milton: -New; Escambia
which the "seniors of our school than hole of 2. 1'0111-0; 'fetch of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad to river
er and purer a dirty \ me a pint six new R-wheel switching 10 :, at Florida State College for Wom bridge will be opened
show their colors and allho to traffic
true ,
saloon, where men and! women lay wine, by Evelyn; Strickland. oomotives. ] construct new lin" in Hillsborough en. by July 1st.Jaekaonvillc'w.

some of the cast aren't seniors drunk nnd crying for drink. After :3. Song-"Lilly Bell by Ix-lia Bunnell-Construction. work on i inew and Pasco countiea.Z.phryhillsew.

now, they will be some day, sowhat's we see how much the prohibition Doa Leah, .:KIt>II, Lena Belle, Paul theater to begin soon. ; factory for Lake Wales-Building projects chemical ; soap and
the "diff?" Below is the ;. costing approximately $1,000,000 totret plant to be opened here
law has helped! our country do we and James Lewis.I. Melbourne Building permit* manufacture of storage batteries to
under, Pen"cola-City to authorize
cast: modification of the Eight- I. Poem from Burns Oh Mally established here. way. issue
want n for first week in March, decidely be of $200,000
Sir Hector Fish-Eugene :Mat tenth Amendment w-hich i1" sure to I :Meek Mally\ Swee by Iris Brown., more than for same period in 1I2! :;. Da\'enport--Unit of Davenport Juck.unville-47liUO.UIIO shipping paving bonds.! worth of additional

thews. make it easier for anyone to secure 5 Lady Clare, by Jonnie Heine, lJI'J.llnd-D'Land Gas Company Lumber & Supply Co's.! new plant terminal and storage warehouse to PensaeolaThree
Brisky Briscoe Wilbur Marsh-\ *h. constructed.Duytonn new school
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intoxicating liquors and make the broat. purchased by New; York syndicate. nearing completion. buildings planned
burn. law harder\ to enforce for officials 6. "O soleMio": sung in Spanish. Tampa-Work begun on new 10-1 SIIrusotaiO.OOIl.OOO: involve! Beach-Plans! being completed Lake Wales- for this clt)'.

Bill Luidlow-Joseph Thomas.Rucker will get tired 1 of analyzing all the by Mary Torruella.Teacher story building on Infayette street. in building projects announced, for construction of $50,000 permits totaled February$53,023.:; :; building

-Elmer :McMillan. liquor they get to set? if it containsmore Southern Railway considering! started., or in process of construction Shrine Club building. Tarpon Springs

Sheriff I'"rkins-Owen Griffin. than n certain percentage of -Do you know your boy purchase of 113 new locomotives. in this district. f'anfOl'd-Xew open air swimming cornerstone laid. -Baptist church

Anna Hampton-Lois Ed: ak..ho'by\ should we degrade cpell.i, ridiculously? Building permit issued by 211 Winter Haven-New; cooperative pool may be constructed. Winter
wards. :Mother-Does he ? Well that U be orei-ted Fort l1yerProl'o..etl. I Park-Contract awarded
will to
our country to ,satisfy the thirsts of Florida cities during February aggregated apartment building construct for erection of
Maud :II Mullens Thelma: Sne.ll- some degraded)\ men who don'tthink I about the only word he can spell.Theodore \. )\ $$13,950.6: in RiI'erl'rplt.Frnstpronf $200.000 bridge to connectSdnibel V\'inter Haven-Xew Aloma Clubhouse

grove. of the American homes but Construction begun Island l with mainland. commonservice
< 600 -
: in r'stnurnntVait.er Lake Wales-From 500 to lll'r'hone
Dulcie Dumble-Flnr'nee- 1 of the money they will make in the bring me something) to ent." boxes of grapefruit being ('anne.! on $"00,000 tourist and commercial Clearwater-Survey to be made 9YHll'm placl'll> : 1 In

rews.Agatha. I.aidlow-Inez Frink.Photbe j' liquor traffic. If this is all! the rerpect Waiter-Will you have steak or (Iailit\ Hill P.ros. plnnt. i hotel. bor.for new bridge across Sunset Har I St. 1'.terlhUrlC-$150.000 club-
we have for our country. I hotel, Arcadia-Construction of Sea- house
I.eesliurgNew; -100,000( as to be '
coffee ? i erected fur \ :\M C
Bet-be Natalie; :Marcon.ny. A
Tampa Largest chicken hatchery .
being -
Una Railway
don't think should have the I'd Air
we bOil Lake Worth
sured.Tnllnhn.. fine
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Theodore-A little of each nnd) 'I block of K:
the interest i right to be protected) by the American say waiter. sec that my coffee IJ \ 'see-Proposed to build built through/: southern part of De- in Florida being established atKinsway. rln with asphalt. sted

We appreciate flag und to call oursclviMAmerican in the center of tha new state office building, on RaealSquare. Sota county.Kisstmmee. Lake Worth -Installation,
of Starke and! the cup. of
which the people Clearwater new'wllt..r
$100,000
citizens. For the main ; -New Ice plant announced apartment main ,
.
Waiter Would l like to havasiime In south end
surrounding towns havehown! in thought/ < place. building to gro up, at :Myrtle Av!., to get under of city'

our school by packing the auditorium under "Old filer": should be tJ -meat-on-your.-steak---? to .double capacity of warehouse. leLand-City to float. $750,000, and Marshall St. Hastings-City way
; discussing
on "f'tunti; ht" and MHO at Iaiiithe flag to higher places anl I Fort Pierce--Contract let at $12- South Jacksonville! Additional, < improvement bond Issue. Clewlston Clewlston Building for new white way lighting .plans
the "Hoo """.! Coon" and we hope broken for Material) Company organized. s) tem.
lower it. Wauchula-Ground I
not Hio: fur constructing addition to story will be built to Sengstak J T mvu-Ste to bL
selected,
wo will play, whichtaoinnunnunuuwo 1 F.imer :l1... lil1an. locul high school building. building.Kail\ fraction of $80,000 city hall. Miami-Air mail service will be propose! parrel pt, stntion. for

will have another full house at -----.- -- Fort Pi'r-$2.1I110.1I00 paring Gallic 1.000,000 Hnll'wood-City to issue ?!,- Inaugurated between this city and Leesburg-nuil.ling: !
this play which certainly deserves : 'The :Mummy nnd the Slumps\ ," -- bonll, in bonds Jacksonville April 1. permit b8u..lln
and 1 000,000 improvement
improvement l'rl'granb'inll for increasing Jehrmiry
issue proposed ,
it. Mi !" Tbrlma Brown is directing Nothing contagious but the laugh. I curried out by city. school facilities., i Winter I'ark-\Vork started on | Jacksonville First Christian Lake City TUrl-ttrfartlni! totaled $..11,100.

the play and that means that it FINAL RUSH Groveland Hay sawmill beItlf St. AUlustine-l.nrpl' tract land Mania Links; new clubhouse in I church, recently burned, to be .re- Statu Roa.1 :-;". I WI'Ht of h're of
will be "put over" as! her previous I built. o
( r.built.Fort in Hildreth Back Bay chosen, as course of construction. 1'{' :n thlJ! )'ear.
successes have been. Remember the The nrt *" the li: "t week of :Myers-Morgan( Hotel to site for new grade school I Dade! City-New block of "store, Fort Pierce-This place designated :'olplhollrn(> :I.lhollrn., .

date, April :2fi! at the B. H. S. auditorium. school has been completed! as! th';. have 40-ronin addition. i Snnt'nrI-$2., OO.OOO bond Issue I II I being erected in Crescent: Park sub I by Florida East Coast, n* ''Dank htullinlr t''in\r r"lnnllel..I.tate

______ is the week that precedes final exams Winter Haven-New automatic 'proposed<) for repairs to gas plant division.Melbourne. one of the two division points be- '1' Tumpa-\clV:' nnnox being built

A NEED it has been a week of review, telephone system inaugurated. and extension of sewer 1I 'stem. : -Xew; daily paper, i tween Jacksonville and Miami. 'to 1 illHborouah 1, ronty, (courthouse

ing cramming for exams. practicing 'Lake Wales$75,000 apartment Okel'hnbee-Porlllble house factory I Melhorune! Journal will loon be in I Fernandina-New :Masonic. Tem- >!Iilton-sntfl, nU'at ,

The B. H. S. ba ktt boll team ha< the senior play, writing theme". building compkted and opened. to be established In this city. circula tion. pie completed, at cost of $75,000. r".t new courth.U'... 'ounty to
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FRIDAY APRIL IB. I!t26.:! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA rAGE TIIREftk.


k. --- ---- when the I r"'ht, ; :Ulth.Tho BROOKER :Sumliiv: hoif with friomln" and rela' I '
h- "- --- acres, in the extreme city limits ofRate I lierry( of Marion: county I'( n Saturday t April I|I .
tives.Rnyro
II !1. has been --it aide l by ap"ominn latter recaptured five 'itirlsvh > ranfrom supper I ii- KIM" lor the lieno- I II
I the 1ati'. indu-trial I llriMiki'r.. April 1.1--:Mr. .1. I.. I (;ain,; tad) Ilujrh llutluriiMtnicil !
Newt of Florida in Short ,''l:; citizen thiuinh,: R.V. nttay hail
I 'it..f!t hurch "
Paragraphs i rcpairimthe: ngce 1 ,, tn Sunday. .
.. lillS.Hi': \\ Illlln. the VV.i-X-i .1 Lnvvtcv) '
I Hi and! Chvi- Wri-ht to !\I.' I I. .1 I I Ir follow ir t their'' foot sprlll ", 'fj'
---.- -, 'i tS-d I c th.. city for. whnd'ver: pur. PI t f,< i r .1' mil.!. 'I 1 ti-, I 1 led enn ni ..1 "enl.' will K'. seived 'hart .1 guest of Ills (l'a..IoI'1' :' ,' :Mr ,nil.! :Mr\ *. )II)lcvvi,>\- Ueth.iy, <"t 1 :,
I ? .1Ig hI adxisaliaKiv \ : -. \ 11 I'a Iigl' mi-! tin, ugh lid! ilor, SJM i. ht- will bo MI.idi1.. h.Cov \ nil .\lr.. Vaiu'p, HII-K. I.HCI1.-M1.. \\"-tr I Iu<'Ms of Mrs. ,1..I t .
-e .w((utplu0.1 and tn.ckct.lull the ., 'kl(llll'l'. l.i. Uixors and E. Iis8 l.iilifilm I'liihiiUtri, ..r 'I'uu-.il .1 Puihiil" .twr' :Sum: lay t(>vi'nlnjShrnff ( ,.
i Live State 1 LnrlJo-Onp of the mysteries \\ J. Epperson, of Siurkc! .
(NewsTOLD ; deputy lost the "scent" only once1'r Sapp. l I'll spent the wi-ik-onil' here wIth
1 .of the Florida Keys is yet unsolved I" twice.! The girl"" who escapedi Messrs.Villle and Ih'nrn- her mother, ::111'''. A..1. I'nilinlstcr. was tiiiiixnctinR aftornoim biiMnpH: hero :Satiinlny : i'''. ,{"
llamboo !
that as to how i found in : drews! of ..Tu'kMowil1el'l': (> visiting L. H. (iiiinry and ROM, Itoyiv.won '1 I
Key, the 11-acre island off )Key through a transom were a ] Mr unit Mrs. 1 Kui ford) Rrannpn, 'r ,
: U. 1 Uenfroe.Sunday business vimtors to t',' their Mrs.
aunt
\'lIl'Irl'mnins mosquito-proof. Fnyears lump of palmettos. i I of I.nko I'utK'n'' spent Sunday horn i ,
BY OUR .
i EXCHANGES the island has been known toby I' I :; night. The Messrs. Andrews Keys Thursday with :Mr.\ and :Mrs. I H. 1'. Uainuy.Mr. "
I free of the pests, but no one NEW'RIVERNew I are salesmen for the Packard S. M. Molt\ nettle n lniKitipst tripto sad\ 1 Mrs. 1.0. Polk and, children t. "
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1- - -- -- ., I II has ever offered, a solution. The I :Motor\\ Co.Mr. Wulilo !Sntunliiy': afternoon" : sponl the work.' olid, tit Hell I ""t

St. Petersburg-All motorists in I W i M.!wood-Wild wood will become government has been asked to in- I River. April. 11.-lev.! :Mc- I, \ and !lit.... ('. C.V> m>. and, :, T. \H. I'inhoiHtrr l was II'iMitor to with relatives. l. ,: tMt'
this city will be required! to undergo I I. \'MUgate Ciiiire filled his. regular appointment Mr.\ and Mrs.\ 1'. II. Crows, made a: Hampton\ Saturday!': iiiumiui, /;. and I MiI.: .. K 1:. Rntrpent( 1 'I
examination in the ovtnt a new i an emergency: station of the I at Long Bridge! ltnI'e., : 1 motor trip hero Sunday afternoon, : :Mr. anti :Mrs. :M. Vlnren.' \ : of the work-end. with .llItl\l"+ at \\.1 I I'
ordinance before! the city commission i Florida! Air :Mail lines if an offer O'aln-Th(' anos.st.st" Mooilhonn.1 l ning.Annotincenionts. Sirs \\'. St(. Pinker, .of (;iiiineville. Orange Hi'lirhts spoilt !Smuliiv': ) her Roll l' ;i .Il
being made to the is made. wailisnInc. friend"' her with rilntivi"Yphiis ,, 1 IJ
is passed. corporation t that ever trailed a criminal had \ are being j I > \Vil--i, !i Rum: viu 1'hllll'' s visi i :
Tallahassee--Fred C. Elliott.Clliei ,' an.opted.\ A splendid l field of 80 nothing on )Deputy Sheriff Rmlden- I Ifor the box super at Long. Drulire I Sunday.\ ( Jliirrcll, of W.ililn.,! ip,'til itor IK \\.11.1.t M 1, ndam, ,"l,'nino.!, '. ..Jr.i s

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day for Wont Palm Hunch tn in-1 I .
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speit drainaffc operation' in thtEvergbtdls. 'f' '0. -- -- - 1f/[/
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Palmetto-The MunutfL -<.,a 1"1'i .
was chosen among I iv number! nt II I i II IIi
counties in Florida by the al/"I/ i. ,i'-' i I 1 1

for turul photographs. department of ill farm 11'11-hrt-< ,'J-. ,, > '.II: I i CANDYB gorrah! I SUITS ;I I Ii

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.' AlachUa\: City-icvcinl imp .''t.lI.t t i: I ; r

changes in ]locations of ,down "\."i ibusinoKse I Peek! Co
h"uM's"Il' aniii." .'" d! I II .Realty : II
I here to be completed vv.thin I.t, : Sweets for sweethearts Sure 'tis candy !! I n\\'IJ' : SI ITS 'I (''I>K: MIN I

few Jays us result t.i. an 11.m. ",icd i-- -ho! likes best of all and begorrah out I J I AND: : I)1 I "

business activity. brand she likes best of all candies:;;, i! I'I"'I"I') '
1 URAL ESTATEUM.MPHOVED : I' i iI (
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.lrendia-The fut! .I'I"' I
tar" | "i- ,
I. toes to be soli here th" "< ,.1Llought "n I firing her here or better still drop in and i 1 \oi' ;\ll TS"'I..01.T.If'.10Alloxe ( \ : : : ,- : ,7i;
I $:-J.r.SS.T.! :% f, o, t I.... '\nudM" ,. I Duy) her a box. One, too and five pound i I'AUM. LANDS) 1
I IMlEriATK: TIIIO (1Ct.1l .JTr. OI'KHIiKD -
The sale wns made'! byV.itmi. ail'I ; > *. i I

Issuer: .! potato growers and >.bpi.pigs. I t AT SUCH ItKASONAIII.ET : 1'1UC'ES. I

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1'allahnssec-leis.-: 1 Ida. M.1 TILt I i Improved Farms Turpentine and Timber Land*, IlesidenccH in Starke, BuildingMitchell's ; I

bell who is makinir: a tour of tho
I state, collecting data 1thp\ < ba-i-, Drug Store Lots for Home and Husineaa Lake IHnlI..y" Waterfront Lot" M. Alvarez
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of a series of articles, on Klori-U! !
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I that she will write fur u popular I T The tore Where (Quality. Rule '

magazine was visitor to Tull.i- ,
host f;

hundred ami, sixty t The busy; housewife, who finds her! lime ) I

members union went> of on the strike local yesterday carpenter's' fora CONCRETE Work t for marketing limited, will appreciate i Investment well 'i J

25) per cent raUe which has'bl'.n t this store. When she phones us an order as \ BATHING I
refused. by members of the Builders! t she may be sure that she will receive 'i ." t
I of f all kind
Exchange, tho DeLand l Contractor. *' the same quality grocorios she + Home t t p'
association. would choose were she selecting thorn as a t I 1' t ,

Ocahi-Construction of an undcrpuss This is the a>ru of.tune: made -o by the I M Tin. !11 i i i. I almost, .1 here for, trip' to the I I
herself.OVERSTREETS
rued number I wider and! wider u"e of concrete: When :2! for state hose! alld'Il1Inl1n parties) !! etc,
immediately l by the Seaboard I AirLine you anticipate repairs'' and building thNyear ) I rnui>; house and implements coulil not I' \\!.1 anhowiinr, th<> California: : line of I '

Hailvvay. The euih'und already I' think of concrete construction! and --.-.--.-.-..-.-.-.-,- .- ,-,- bo replaced( forI'ICL: asked. It is a case!' Kiiiiraiilccd: Iiuthinnuitn all the new
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of its lastinir iunlitie
delivered quantity
has u of "have to sell." This farm is!' practically style' and colors, ': for women, misses," and i '
piling for the purpose of ere.-timr< 11'.11.15-FLOORS-STE1ti:; and Wall Price l'Illld..n-.tlH.. > >! ( and select! yours eaEIy'toof ; .f''
a terminal bridge to carry tho .\ TENDER LI'S'ioUS all tillable, and fenced. $1,500. I +. r ,
I will I bo all fixed" for t that firstWe '
the is-I being all hind you 1 : '
tracks while underpins Terms can be arranged. J
constructed. BEEFSTEAKHow warm day:( -the prices) are very reason!' ,1,
!specialize in concrete work and so- able.
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Jal'ksonvillt-For the sixteenth licit your job by the hour or under con- ":
consecutive month the Seaboard tract. ,
Air Line Railway in February exceeded I Phone 3.QUIGLEY about one for dinner tonight '.;.. IVarlcty
the corresponding month in : I G.M.INMANMoney I Marguerite's Shoppe
,I the previous year in gross revenue ; 'I
I the state chamber of commerce halO '' & DAVIS Market ,, '1 i
been advised. The February gross t ,-
was $5,'.3IG9.() an inCrCIof 6 0"6 a
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$981,038\/ !) over February, 1!))2">. .' (
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ties Polk Tallahassee,took\ Jackson tho lead-and.. )During in:Manatee order nnmej coun.l, !: I G 'JI .


sumed in the in quantity the state of ,fertilizer according con to I:j I i in Circulation I J REMEMBER J E H E R THIS r1 jj S ",

J, I KEEPS
futures made Pledger public, supervising today by inspector j jIlinton j I I ( It i-t nut/ what you earn but what you i
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of the ilepaitment of ag- I| Advancing"
riculture. I I BUSINESS 1 Kvery: tl : every you save,

Tallahassee Indication, tonight i lift* you one step higher towjird financial 1l'
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1 independence.
, that the present sessionof -- --- -
were
board of pardon-, Your money in a !savings account j is safe
the state I of life shown, )
Your is not by
success; !
would last throughout: theVe.It" from fire or theft, and is not only performing 1
Governor Martin stated following'I a patriotic duty but is increasing how much money passes: through your
meeting that he would adjourn I hands than the that
today's : ; no more money'
Saturday, regarj. in value for :you every day.
"I less of the whether hoard the long list of I In previous ads in this i !space' the wisdom of !spending jour money in PH-M-S" through our windows represents) I
I Starke. home has been !shown' J xtfj l business. It is the
applications for clemency had been Isn't it strange, we find !some people i jour : our success as u !

exhausted. who horde their money in their homes Bear in mind that the benefit I is expressed as yours as well as ours. backing and& resources: that this bank I

Eustis-Something. new and novelin and its idleness profits no one not even ( Remember that you cconomi/e w hen you patroni/e the merchant of has; built up) that convinces! people" ) that '

the form of a publicity booklet: its owner and 5 or 10 years later it has Starke because he I is able to give you the same or better goods for lessmonev" our bank is a safe bank in which to putmoney. I
Is to be issued by the Kustis chamber '
of commerce within a few not increased any since first put away.
months. Secretary Manager I Do not wait until something happens Remember' that the money you spend :stays right here and actually t t'nless you start now to I build up personal ,

Heath has been preparing copy for to make you realize that the only I safe comes back to jou.Remember 6, '! resources by :saving, you can never

tho booklet views and, the with i-harmVr new,and i 1'4'interesting prepared -- I j, I I place for your money is in the bank. that keeping jour money t at home is: the only way to help I t expect) the world' '! to feel; safe enough toStarke
become the :sort of a place' you wish it to be. i
to negotiate with, printing, I' )invent] confidence" 'I or money). in your
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firms ,I abihtv aa [petaunalcucce.; ; .+s.! 1

Wildwood F.ngini-iT: < l.atugnn. 1 -
from the offices of>t I' George. f, '

Young.going over Inc.the. of Miona Tamnn.Lake's wa properties here Iii Bank of Starke -_ = n = =-_ __ -_ _: i BRADFORD COUNTY ;

n large: re-i.it lev ..l.pm']..| nt
between Wildwood.l and, o"r.t., \ MrLani'ran II I BANK a
: said he ii K i making i pr. purii. t '
"Bank of Helpful Service" f,
tions to have a i lew" "I'"It".r' i ,: "+r
r" .Im -. We Pay 4 Per Cent On Savings I I
on the property in a "'v\ I '
Brad for J Financial'
County *
Tullahn"-ee-Arthur Mai" "iiiatJt I REMEMBER, BUY IT HERE I STRONGHOLDEttablithe I '
IS, sentenced to 1 110 ML.lit. }iun!- I
prisonment from ciinibia l ?. ''',ut1' c 8 19 Slarhe. Fla.BARGAINS I iNS
for automobile theft la.t \Ui" m1", 'rWas :
granted a conditmnol pardon ,
by the pardon. board late ;, eturday. i -I' 1 i (
The clemency was tranb' j
TODAY LONG TIRES I DISTANCE
his URE
clear because'prison of the r'cor.1.TallahasMee13ids jouthN. age and'1 KEEP HEALTHY t

for the i >". I No matter what your demands may be For YOU

truction of state. road. N".. 1 '""- I I We have ready for your needs all the in tires we can supply( you with just J : the f'I 'j 1'
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and tire want. Our balloon !. 'I'
type
the Suwonneriver sjze you
tween, in Eronson Levy and count, have b.-.n I I I The time to buy insurance is before you standard advertised! drugs\. and toilet re Semi-Ualloon, Straight\. Cord of ...- I ,

asked by the state mad' requsttd fol'. :,," all In the all other home remedies .should and guarantee" with "shoe" I I II
The bids were ] : have insurance for purposes you a goes every '''1 1I
'urty II
receipt yesterday of the L.-w; i of I old reliable companies. A phone call always! have on hand for emergencies.! or "inner.
number STUMP'S STORE II
commissioners and a Let us quote you on the type and size S.
tlon. whoor', : will place me at your service to discuss .
residents of that se' I tire you need. We are sure our prices ..
plied the department with. the" t." II- your insurance needs. Prescriptions I Carefully Compounded be lowest. I '"
essary right-o.way. The c.nmtv: w DRESS GOgD'INSURANCE

furnish the funds. ALL KINDS ..." Of =Newest Patters and Colors I Ii
:Miami-:Mri\ Kutir Bryan Owen I I OF Corpening's !I
daughter of the late William .Jen I i Percale Dotted Swissiingham :
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nings Bryan that she today would announced seek, formally the, I !I Harold C. Wall DRUG STORE J. W. Andrews Jr. Organdie(; Linens Silks i I :'

Fourth Florida district congres-- y
lonal] neat now held by William THE NYAL STORE Chiffun Crepe de ChineP".H
Joseph Sears of Kissimmee subjectto I (Formerly Inman & RItch) Day phone 14 Night Phone 130 FORD PARTS AND FORD SERVICE I !

the Democratic primary term of II __'0 ." ...
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Cia.1. ,-- ::::;;; HAMPTON Crusades to Wipe Out All IlliteracyIn age Larl-T'inf'llnll('("(., erecting Ice 60-ton& Cold factory!Stor-';

Hampt', i'' April' .'..-:Mrs. ,1. < here.

( ,,,11.: I \ il. "returned. to her hmii' Green Cove,, Springs-New garage

wrtaav ery ,IM.. )l.i-t 'ultJrdlL: l : lifter a vi-) : United States by 1930BY and salesroom'' being/ built for Gus-

\iiii 1 I in i ,-I'J'. M 11H."I. "fi 1.- tnf''nI"tor'' : Company.

I (; GEORGE' BRITT articulate, and If they have great Green: ('dye Spring--/ -(jrec-n Cove

I"Y.) U Hak-' of W.,1,1, ,, f..l.. : NEA Service Writer Ideas they are too timid to express Yniht flub building/ new wharf o'l

1'lioiuMr. X29: "I his regular, u"ptoll1tnwnt| j> it t II. 6CT7IFTY :years more and theE them. You will find ten who show St. Johns Kivcr

I lust liiiiitist: church here (1.1- present eighth grade standardof fresh and original minds after they
learn read and write, to one such
:Sunday mornmir and xcrnnirD. / education will be the mini to
B.\RCOCK-S! ( (fiT ."J' i of I :"i L"I'--t.! with d l(.lit 'inns reIrthmiit mind In an Illiterate.
W. Johnson and funnily 'H'I1'' mum which anyone positively must WIFE AND 111'SB.1NI U
adult Illiterate
tof ice "Instruction of
c I'inhiotinir) creamikc
last Sunday, at ll'iliftc-r the i"i, -' have to make a living at a1L"This Iltflll ILLVIIH GAS
: and IrWiIIilllll: F. Iabock and candy.11.1RI..1uE"f q must be adapted to them Individually. -
!' Iff) Buffalo. N. Y., and HeLand, Fl.i. : ?if :Mrs\ Johnson'-- sister, :MrJtteen. U the prediction of Mrs. Cora I taught a cook to read once by ,

announce the engagement/ / und th" : A.NN M \ !..I'SctLEIIILTJoS ( Wilson Stewart the "moonlight y"r using/ such words a* 'sugar,1 'flour,* "For years I had gas on the

approach/ marriage of their : : UIICTIIII\\' C. M. Williams ,of Kissuniini, le schools tb. woman"director of of Kentucky whc 'corn,' printed on can In her kitch stomach. The first dose of Aldcrika .
the
Dew National
( laujrhte.Lillian/ :Mae to :Mr.( Wilbur has returned l to his home after n Illiteracy Crusade with headquarters en. We are preparing books especially helped. I now Bleep., well and all
4, Little Margaret Ann :Molpus, celebrated visit with his cousin, :Mrs. L. J. for Indiana and for prisoners
of Kla. the She is It also helped
at Washington.
t A. SScott IicLunil supports the In order to reach the numerous Illiterate gas gone. my
birlhla111141, '
t ceremony to take place early in her fourth Wynn. 'prophecy with moat plausible reason- In those two classes. When husband." (signed, ) Mrs. B. Brinkley. .
Wednesday. afternoon. from 4 to 6 J. A. J. : of Sampson : ,.y ro iva. 3
ti : I Mrs McKinney, Adlerika
May. an Illiterate find In his' book an ex- One spoonful removes
Though: having been in Deljind at the home of her parents :Mr. visited her daughter, ;Mrs. N,. v"Ignorance cannot co-operate." planation of things he U already Interested GAS and often brings astonishing

Only a few months, :Miss Babcock and :Mrs J. S. Miiljms on Ninth Wynn, last Friday aya tin. Stewart. "Ignorance. attest In. a whole new vision cf / relief to the stomach

has made friends who will street.Durinst. :Mr. and :Mrs. G. C. Reynolds. and l i[ may be a splendid Individual r. knowledge! / dawn on him. Stops that full, bloated feeling.
I many the afternon a contest t :Mr. and :Mrs Harold Tarbox, all of ',lays but It cannot make good on "Personality always 'la strengthened
learn with interest of her e Brings out old, waste matter you\
en/lall"-I' was (given and little hazel Stro. Providence. R. 1. who have beer Jfceteejn. and polished by the right kind
ment of education. It 'Is a tragedy to the never thought! was in your system.
box of candy fur. finding! of south Florida Coolant Be Officer
man won n making a tour .
Mr. Scott i is the son of :Mr. and.I community a* well a* to the IndIvIdual This excellent intestinal evacaunt
lirs. F. A. Scott of Starke, Kill, the most peanuts spent last Saturday and Sunda ,-$enrt. WllUe BandUn, for In- a1aNr that these five million personsare is wonderful for constipation. Sold
and, a well known young businessman The dining room was decoratedin here the guests of Arthur and F. C feaace. a Kentucky mountaineer hero In darkness. It Is a worse handicap I bv Mitchell: Drug Store.
of HcLand. pink and, blue und. a profusion of Uould.: la the great war won the congressional than blindness. One easily can

: sincere congratulations nn spring flowers were used. In the :Mr. and :Mrs. Luke Johns hate, medal of honor and was fourtime Imagine the loss to the world of tbe

Many renter of the dining table was the a new son, who arrived April 10th offered commission. He couldbarely submerged Llncolns and mute. Inglorious
being extended the happy couple.MISS read and writ. I Mlltons RENEW YOUR HEALTH
beautiful birthday' cake on which Elder J. P. Haner, pastor of ihi taught him In the ranks of II.
the multiplication table myself after literacy. HY
PURIFICATION
rh :\LI'AS ENTER; MNS stood four tiny candles. Christian church here preached at
the
war. He cam back from the "One of the sins on my conscience
The little folks were served with the Christian churc at Starke last: IInQr aroused to the necessity of eduleatto c M II I my neglect of a man whose store I
Miss Sara :Malpas entertained lit I dainty refreshments, little pink Sunday. *. Ue made epeecbe for us. used! to pass every clay: for several Any physician will tell you that

dinner :Monday' ,evening:(' in honor and blue bugs of Candy being (given James Ravey of Hartford Conn. (aayt.g.1 had to refuse a commission >'ears. He could not read or write. "Perfect Purification of the Sys.

of Misses Iris Kppersnn. :Mora\ and, as favors. was the guest of Mr. Arthur Gould [Because I was unable to perform all\ Mrs. Stewart I Vet he kept store and did his own tern Is Nature's Foundation of Per.

Blanche Alderman who were Eas lust Saturday and l Sunday.: u officer' duties.: "As society: becomes more hlithlyorganized bookkeeping. by means. of pictures. Ifa feet Health." Why not rid your.

,< t..rlu."t./ of home folks. The party :\I.U''I.F.-- WOMAN'S!' :Mrs. C. R. Manaire: of ThercsH.i,, >"Charlemagne might have estabIsehed more education will be woman bought a broom, for example self of chronic ailments that are
at the Orange and, CM'B lios'r :ors 'IO TRI- an empire a thousand y..rspUo essential. I believe that by 1980. less. he would draw a broom on apage undermining your vitality? Purify
was /given :( visited her sisters, :Mrs G. G. Mat of his book.one .
( Ol'NTY KEDKR) \1ION without knowing how to write. than an eighth grade education will
entire system by taking a
and the* table decn. your
Black tea room airy and :Mr*. :Moid :McGruder last Uoaa of Arc could win personal and be considered like Illiteracy today of our treat UitlicultleK Is. to
of Calotftbs
rations were of sweet peas. The Saturday [ bring In "people who need thorough course ,-once
In.LI'UC'
The annual marling of the Tri- MUtonal triumph. But the doors are It la
suggested
I to this educational
basket place cards contained fre-ih County Federation\ will meet in :Miss Alma 'III. who hoe been it.Jacksonville jgtoMd to UtHjrate today.Ie' crusader that such unlvereal applicaflan tion. If they reach iniiMIe ago In I or twice a week for several weeks

sweet peas, as favors. The guests'' Macilcnny: with the Woman's Club several weeks rctuined ''' ceneue revealed. 1.000,000 of extensive education might IIlIlel'a.' -y. they seem tu I he hojwlctisilmut -and see how Nature rewards you

wereMi": : ."-s Ethel Griffin: :Mon.i I' as hostels, on April 20th, IU20, at to her home here last SumJuy.i ..... adult Ullterata We hay. an unfortunate standardizing, he: mother It. Yet of there M Is one woman, with health.Calotabs .

and Blanche Alderman, Iris Epperson 11:30::!(> a. m. i :Mrs. Lee Parker and children, of .. the number by 500.00 effect. I eainul I to reed and write children nt bra. who and i are the greatest of all
Florence :Matthews :Margaret Pierce thi- precedlB. census period. Intelligent Application' system purifiers. Get a family
/ The Annual election. will lie held. Fort are the quests at GO she was a student In the unl-
Long, Helen (f'aldwell :Madge :Miildleton :Many prominent npeukers will week of :Mrs. Parker's father, :Mr, now to to wipe out U.Mt6aibyr "Not If It la carried on with Intel. \.. It U \\ciith while at any i package, containing full directions.

:Marguerite Shnver Cora be on the program, and each clubis I R. Johns < the.census of ligence." replies Mrs. Stewart "II. age. and there Is no s.me pet son who : Only 35c. At any drug store. adv.

Calhoun Aileen Alvarez Sara expected to attend. F. C. Gould and son, Arthur, entertained literates for the most part are In. can't learn" I
I
Malpa" their this week .
:MRS. LOUIS II. HILL as guest ,
ENTERTAINS: !' .CLUB Secy. Tri-County Federation. I :Mr. Walter Maggon of Topham, vane of Lakeland and :Miss Addis that he will be returned to the Starke; Mrs W. E. Torotle :Mrs. .+ 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + # .

Vermont.Mr. :Maw Raulerson of Luke liutler. Lawtey pastorate. for another year, Rffie :Miner and :Mrs Charles Din- + :

The members of the Afternoon PROGRAM; \niST W. ',I. S. I ; and :Mrs. I.. J. Wynnwere :Mrs. Lester Kite and daughter, as he has won a warm place in the kins. *pATRONIZE Home Basinets

visitors Lake Butler and Worthington Louise visitors to Starke hearts of all his 4
; Bridge Club were delightfully entertained I to were people. e ..
: Tuesday. by Mrs J. M. Jacksonville I Ihtisioiuil Institute Springs this week. Saturday. :Miss Florrie Terry and :Miss GRAIIAM: + RIDE GAINESVILLE *

Mitchell at her home on :Madison Lake City. Fkirida.. April I :Miss Cortez Douglas who ha- J. G. Wynn, of Gainesville, spent Claudia Terry came from Jacksonville Graham April 16./ :Mr. and :Mrs

street Hard candies were servedon 19-20.! 1128. been the guest of friends and relatives 1 Sunday here with relatives. to visit their parents :Mr. und E. T. Stewart and- son, Paul : BUSSES :

the tables and when the* games I here for several days has returned Mrs: L. Morgan: und children, of Mrs.: T. J. Terry for the weekend.Mr. of Brooker visiting relatives

were concluded. and scores total- I horning! Service to her homp in :Macon Gu. Stnrke! spent Sunday here guest : Sheehan was here on business here Sunday.! were J SCHEDULE +
I :Mr. and :MrsYulker, of Pompano let I her sistor" :Mrs. \V. II. Smith. last week. *
led, winner of first prize was j I 10:-15, U..votional-\lrM.: N. D. Wilson Russ and Casey Atkinson + For JAR 7:30: 9:00: a. m.
awarded a set of ice tea casters Green; are the guests of :Mrs. Walk. :Mrs .1. C. Raulerson und children :Misses :Mildred and Louise Whitehead +
I of Brooker passed through our 4:00:( ) m.
the holder of second. high receiving Organization-:Mrs. II. W. :Markham er's parents Mr. and :Mrs B. E. :Margaret und. Margaret, of of Jacksonville and Lois town Saturday.Mr. p. +

.. a bottle of bath salts and. the J I Hall. Luke Butler spent Wednesday here ("olle)', of Starke! have returned to : and. :Mrs. Cecil Rafuse of ForG'VlLL" 10:00 a; m. +

holder of low was consoled. with a I Urectinira-:Mrs. B. :M. Hall. I Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Saxn were the with friends. their homos after .spending/ a few Hampton Sunday afternoon + 5:00: 7:00: p. m. +
set of tally curds.Jlr I The Cull for Efficient Workers guests of friends and relatives in I :Mr. and :Mrs. :M. Varnes and sons days with their cousin :Miss EuniceWhitehead. spent +
here with friends.A + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4rH
:Mitchell assisted by her i and Work. (associations in review) Jacksonville last Saturday. Curtis and Horace, Lucian Thomas large crowd attended the
J Elder J. P. Haner pastor of the amf Ilirntn Prescott, were visitors :Mrs :Marvin Hazen is visiting egg
daughter :Miss Lucille, served thelU..l4tl :Mrs. 1.V.. Wesley, :Mrs. \V. L. C. hunt the home of :Miss :Mamie
1 block ice I IJ First Christian church will fill his ] to Stai.ke Thursday afternoon. :Mr. and :Mrs.. R. R. Three. this weel..Mrs. .. at
/ with delicious :Muhon :Mrs S. 1'. ietzen, Mrs A. :Mills Sunday afternoon.Mr. +++ + II II + III ++ IIII
tIt
regular/ appointment here next R. Lee Gibson, of Gainesville, : Hazeri will be pleasantly remembered
,J cream centered with a strawberry' R. W'iae.1r.. T. J. Terry. ( : Willie Hurse, of Jasper f
and cake The favors b'inlKmull :Music Sunday morning( and evening |I'a a visitor at the home of :Mrs. as :Miss Clara 'one having spent Sunday here with friends. COFFINS & CASKETS t

butterfly baskets of salted almonds. 12.30:: -Lunch hour.Afternoon Everybody is invited. i Josie ]Hall's Friday. ; spent her early girlhood in :Miss Aileen Surrency and a Full Line of
spent
Those enjoying Mrs. :Mit< hell's Service I :Mrs II B. Weest was shoppingin I :llr: and Mrs B. Parrish. of Wal- Lawtey.A :Monday in the University city. f

hospitality were: :Mesdameg R. J, 1:30, Devutiunal-Mrs: Carter Gra Starke last :Monday. lo, visited Mr. and Mrs. :M. Varne'i! Mr.: Avner Pad ..tt. who has t Undertakers' Supplies t

r and W. E. Davis, H. II. Young, G.M. I L. J. Pearce and family who have ] here Sunlla11' '. lovely spend the day party was been spending sometime in Day AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

: Sistrunk, C. A. Fut,'h, Vivian ham.The Forum: (Three Fundamentals I been visiting/ Mr. Pearce's father :\ ''. :M. II. King/ and children and given Wednesday by :Mrs. Walter tone has returned to his home J tJ

Sanders, H. C. Ritch. N. I>. Wain. of W. :M. U.)-:Mrs. N. n.O'Kell..y. :Mr. Pearce of Lake City returnedto I I K. B. :McKinney were visitors to Ferris at her hospitable home near \ \ Always n hand. Tk. k.t ..rot..
aright, L. Lamar W. M. Wainwright their home here last Sunday eve- I Starke :Monday.' Lawtey the affair was /given in here.Mr. M tk. loot prl.... Hpci l Mtrnllon I
II' f : and Mrs. Roy Roberts of J .. .
J, W. Andrews, Jr., Harold The Call for Knowledge-:Mrs. C. ning./ I I Rev. C. A. Crosby, of Starke, will\ honor of her house gue..t.Ir.. : ... Gainesville arp receiving; congrat REGISTERED ulrcrapk EMBALMER order.
I lIukl'> :M. Brittain. E I fill his regular appointment here El.zabeth: Lightheart of Chicago: '
illations over the arrival of a son, I
Saturday night and Sunday morn- III. i HEWITT C. JONES
in StudjinK :MissionFields. PINE CASTLE ,
Inspiration !
-FAS'fF born Friday April :2nd.:!
: : : '. Ever is i' invited. to at. A most tempting IVur
Inl: >one course
l \ .-:Mrs. J. R. Emerson. I I I J II. spent :Monday attending t STARKE FLA.
ECG; II I'M'Little tend. was served nt one o'clock bun
Fellowship of :Mission Study Pine Castle. April 10.-:Mr. and. : earn to in Jacksonville. t
( Classen Mrs. Jus Mi\ 'Commit.Music. t' being us follows: ft II I I I +4++++1+++++
Virginia/ Alvarez delightfully I :Mrs. A. C. Hall had ns their gne.ts Miss Thelma Cain of Louise, +++M
entertained a few of her : Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. )""un..;. I LAWTEY First course, toasted olives; second was. a visitor here 5ntunl.iv. -

8chonl. mates last Thursday afternoon The Call for Real Prayer. (I blood and son, Lavvton and LOUIS (course Rice timhale with :Miss Gertrude Wynn, of Hampton ,.
: fashioned
old
with an egg hunt, given nt What ill Real I'ru'r-llrs' : Margaret : Youngblood, of Louise; Oscar Hail! J.llwh'y\ Ifi.--:Miss Joyce mushroom sauce, spent Sunday here with

thu h"inn 'if her parents, Mr. and, / Gross, : und Arthur Simmons, of Waldo-: Terry i is visiting friends anti rela- chicken with noodles raddishc-s friends

Mrs Errnl Alvarez on Call street.The Enlisting Women in Lending/ inPrayerMrs and Vonnie Riley of Hampton. tires in High! Springs this week onions, rolls. ; third course, summer Stewart'sGARAGE

uftcinoiin, wa- -'ant in hunting : :Mollie Dixon. :Mrs.. Gillette and children Nit- Mr. and Mrs.1 1. n.! Godwin an I I salad; fourth course, Irish ten Apalnchlcala! -Gulf Fefining Co..

"c-gK'. and plm) inir' irumis' Late alcndar fur 1'rajer a'lIl'celtK tie and Heibert, of Hampton, little son, Garland, were /truest rnstttCH with cherries to double capacity of warehouse.
in the aftrrn. 'mi :MrAlvarez, of PrayerMrs.: M. L. Triest. spent Sunday: afternoon here wi'.hMis. of Mrs.I Godwin's parents for the After dinner the guests were entertained

ilsted bhi'r m"ither., :Mrs I.. a.-I. The Cull for Serviie. '. (5.l W. Sheffield. weekcnd.Alphinsn. I with the amusing gamnf NOTICE TO CONTB\Tnm:

1''rllonul-llrM.: J. K.: Turlington.\ K.: J. Howling, of Starke was n Griffis left for Tampa I "biinc-i." S.algid. b,". will !H. r.Celt ill. by ,' Hon..Iif .
: Pplnrts---Mre. S. K.I Driskell.Koll visitor at the home of lie Rage's last week to accept a position.. :I Uifdc's the honor guest :Mrs. ( .Itonil. 'i I rutst'u.. of I'nfnn County and it,.'
(Printed Chiffon : call. I Itv.uiUfC ono day last week. Edward:. (urban, who is a studentin I I', and .f II..nI Trnt., rf It.iulfonl! roiinUJimtlv BROOKEROpen
deb .
nt lirtiltM die until t tbil \
11 m >n
: Service I :Mr. and :Mrs A. O. Hall Mr: anil,l the: Green Cove Springs! high\ | : : . l-lh tine ?.rIn, ,' ,v. II I 1" ", nod' in ihnl\ '
: :Mrs. E. J. :McKae. of Waldo spent KI'hnol, wna visitor at the homo '. ,, -I'I MiV. I-. Higus. .f time ,',,,10'10-' 1 iv ripened' far i the cnnitrurtinnof
7 ':lu. Devotional-:Mrs. :M. Jam- .
a hiiilue mi'r New Kttr. at point"h
tron.MUI. Thursday here" with :Mr. and :Mrs. of his parents :Mr. and, :Mrs. David re non) N" It in ninilforil County a willor. \ for business and solicits
I A. C. Hall. Durban during the weekend.Mr. !. I I ., N.,'s KiurThi1
+ : .>;K.Pai'eiint. Crepe Dressy
I : and :Mrs. Yoenui'is! who havebeen work inrltiilm firnlnhtnv of nit thinrtiiMarv your patronage
"0 Zion Ilaste"LakeCity G. W. Sheffield was transacting; : red" h....... i''i 'ill.ini-nt and instvrinl .
W. :II. S. I business in Starke Friday morning. spending: thp winter In Law. rtciimary to fnmi"!... aid brittle' work
'k ,, n.a.. : :Miss Lucille Hall attended the toy, returned to their home in An. in acrorilanci. with the rla'in' and mipclll-, Repair promptly done
:Music. .
1 l I catnn on fill in the office. of the Clerk
,\ddr...... --:Mrs. C. I). Cressmnn movies in Gainesville) Saturday, ( thony last week. <'f the two boards. In Marli and l.nke lint.Irr Seaboard Gas Tyolineand
Mrs.: ri'KKy Llifbtheart! of ChiCairo. y
night i
Knoxville Tenn. /
III., is a guest nt the homeof Fnrh bid imiHt bi nceoriiHniil! l>y n n rti. Texas Oils Carried
:lie Rogers and son were visitors ,
T..Hday-\I..rnin.c: Service (Mil check for 10 per cent of the amount
10.00: Devotional. to Hampton Saturday. :Mr. and :Mrs. Ferris in North if the bid. and mad imvithli- the Chairman Give me Trial
I.nwt..y. of the Mnanl of Pond TnintinM. cf I'n a
PSG. A. C. Hall was attending to busi-
Cull for Efr
Thp l'iency. .
tun eiiunty n. a iruarant that the nuor4.*
The Plan of Work for Florida- ness in Green Cove Springs one .day John Roberts, cf Jacksonville fill odder' will. within in il?y' ..xi. a Free Air and Crank
List week. spent Sunday with his father :llr.EnOl'h i', ntmet and vlvin' trnnil and nufflrii-nt
:Mrs II C. Peelnuin.KnlHltncnt .
Roberts.Mr. I. ml,. far M .um fMiunl) In the amount of the Case Service
: and Giving( \ Geo. W. Sheffield was a businessvisitor contract for the faithful, performance of
"
: Jake Winerlef, ? :Mntiilnv to the
to Gainesville Saturday. contractThe
:-lnn.lllr.I-llr.. : W. N. .<
visit his. ''imily! at Palmetto Ga. light' In rrn'nwl to reject
White ('",...-:Mm.. (!'0. White. Miss Lucille Hall and a number : all bid... any or
dtx'.aI Stewurdship-Mrs:: l : .. G. \V.Ic: of friends from Starke! motored to :Mrs. :Malt'- Frazier: who has a E. S. VHTTHFWSC E. T. Stewart
: been visitm, her brother. Mr. Ben sr
Keystone Heights Sunday. after ( r ChairmanSecritary
+ej a c t; ( all Rowe, has returned, to her home in X. fUTCH. I
.
C Public-it. Mrs.\ Waldo 1 Willis.MUSH noon. i I C.IA.rot.4.14|
r rI ; II. W. Harvey and Henry Nicholsi .lai'ksonvilV.Mr. .

\ddri. -- :Mrs C. I' Crensnmn. of W-nldo spentV'dnesday. herewith and :l1t'... Cash' wen1 in Starke 1 ..- -

I Roil C'all. :Mr. and Mrs A. C. Hall. Sntuid.iy.Mr. : .. --._ L- ._ ____
: and :Mrs. Ralph lilanchar i
I : 111.U1l1'h\ hour.lrternrtm W II. Hall and son, Nathan andA. 'ryt
I A. Hall of Hampton were In were business visitors to Jackson.vill BATTERY HIAKGING
ServiceI
<' la-t :Monday. { !
,'ction1"In': .
I '!(0. The call fur Young I'eoi i our ;
G W. Sheffield was! a visitor Mr: Smith, who wns the efficient OCIO OCIOI
r plo :Mrs I. II. Itingham., < oOoCp000
'
I principal of the Lawtey high
the home of :Mr Gillette Sundaynight.
at
.\ ', t.lurdi.Th .
i.itional
i"
school for the past term has accepted -
t GuaranteedService
t e d % 1a' Call of the Sunbeams, 'Tn- j :Miss Lucille Hall was. visiting. ,, u position in Gainesville I O HoursService

itnu-nt and trainini ; friends at Hawthorne Thursday :Mr, and Mrs. A. :M. Blanchnrd. and

( Ilthl.. Personal Service, :Mission' night. '" I were guests of Mr. and Mrs J, it. :;
J
Stinlv Mass Jennie Camp. Mr. and )I,... E. J. Dowlinjf. of Dye in Jacksonville Sunday. t SatisfactionGarage

Th. "Tall for the Royal Ambus. Sturke! .were the guests of :Mr, and :Mr. and :Mr. Epperson of Starke! "'
ml.t 1"., t'-.. His little "Gift. night spent Sunday) with :Mr. and :Mrs.
:Mrs. Rogers Monday Stern'sAgents
$ -S M 1 i I.mal and Mutt ,rial GifUMi A. C. Hall was transacting business George Anderson c'

I e : f \\'. a n.lt'rM. i i iII in Waldo :Monday afternoon Mr. Strickland of Yoke Kim .

rr i ',ill. fur thr. G. A's to taken i I I1 ley, was In town Saturday. I4.. : EXIDE Batterie:I e Phone 87

: .. M l..tge. "Scml Winning." CITY ;Mr.. B. K. Russell of Ocala, wa- es .... .
F. .... \ in!!inirMrs.\ P. K.: Mol : transacting business bore" Tie*dny : 'A t 4 4I' --.-- .
1 I s t'i'I 1 !It :Mr. and .. -- --
Sampson\ v. :\pril Mr- II. Q. Hoggs/ of .tk- m- '

+C.a ", .- :Mrs. Jim, V.irm-s :and,, thildrc-n. of Mil.-. and| Mr I .. .I'. F. L.rnl .f

I l i ,'I I 1"1'' i the Young Woman, Starke, \'iitl'tl"o'latl" "'s and friends! Rit'hnwnd.11.., were guest ""f Mi

S1 i 1 --ervlci': ,. here Sunday. and :Mrs. R. Hoggs! for a few day: .

r .: "'"Loin; Martha Servicei Mr. and l Mrs J. :M. Capo, of Robert Dinkins is spending thi- J. R. DAVINSUR IS & CO.

: i 1 1. Viigts. Jacksonville! spent, the weekend week with his. parents, :Mr. and!

i I' ,i'l' fur Young People for here guests of her f.bt..r.Irll.: <". Mrs. Hinkins..

i ,[, br \ I "-i.I rticc. V. Johns. They were accompanied :Mrs. \\'. C. \\-nnt"J11"" shoppingIn I

--' i ''.mitt School Mrs. W. L. homo by :Miss! Lucille :Moore who Starke Tuesday. ANCE

r:f. 4 II 'r. 11, State Young People's had spent several weeks here visiting i Rev. J. \". Robinson accompaniedby .

J I.a..r.'. relatives his daughter :Miss Helen left

K: n 'f Committees. :Mrs. It. L. Brawn and! little dalll!'l. Monday for the annual conferenceof .rc ,is a new and charming one- AGENCY ESTAI 3LISHED
1886E
Th W'''ildCull( (Consecration ter :Murle of West Palm Reach are the Methodist church. :Miss H>.ten I- .pi.. .. is hue, crepe dress. The blue

Servi ,its.V. R!. Lambert.Dismi"M here on a visit with her ulster, will visit friends in Umatill.i: i TONS atlti 1 lb designs. around the neck.: '
>prom rarls comes thi printed Klcevs, end the waist STARK
the give FLA.
on at
fetffa* pattern. Tee circular nI'rayer. :Mrs. W. II. Smith. while! Rev Robinson. will go on to
apron 1'n' tin iKunl touch It Is worn here
front ADd il. .t I U>. Utroai arc Mrs: .T T. Quigley, Miss: Mamie: Hall had as her St. Petersburg to the conference tj 'I I- r-s '. stalk, movlo actress.

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APRIL 16. 1126.1
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PARE FIVB ,i fJ:


J Staike, brought to the Bank of tn Mr. J. D. Ituford
\ Starke some monster straw berries 1 third l. nineteen hundred< and txxen- shepard. Louis Hayes' and Etta ---. --- '" .

1Cedncsduy. :Mr. Strickland i I- l located j t>'-"Jacksonville, Klorul.i.. !Fay (dill served delicious punch, 1CIlEN-You} want first i'In. s next Sunday, morning"' .'I.. i 1
and evening, Itcv. J. P. tinner, of
Bits ol' near the Carter place, on ,j The wedding tuck place in the xiimlxx j uhi's and. hume-made cake. i ,painting exterior or interior M-e ; '
1 the :' and he stated home Hampton ,in charge./: A cordial in. I 1 +
>Iuld.burj.1'01111. of the hr tI(" brother, Mr\ Bert D""' lu't. 4-1i-ll!
the plants were set out in Pecemlitr. | G. P. Fainlnth. .11'.. <-n M< ]tuff:' Sanfonl, ,null, i'ioxvor, reciixeileli Mtntion extended, to nil .Ii \

The variety was not given! avenue Rev. \\'. J. :Mea.lv.. nf th'odllwn $:.T.,.11eo fur" 't thipped ,iluntiir, --.--- / !
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KENT: Well located
I FOR : storeroom
but bush full \\', 1 IIi. ueK.ndl1) \ ., lltuch15. -- BAPTISTK.OV. .. x
, local Nev the largo healthy was Baptist ihunh.) officiating. at JHh Street and 1 .,ilrClaol.
of bloom and young berries' !. \I'unpn, ,utlu, i ul Il.iking: ) i'''''i'- rental Tlunnns llanscn Pastor 1 "
station" reason-
opposite
I''a'j"', "i I" II' t "m.'di., I'aking) ,, .
Friends 1 of i rn / i'---
the will r
couple cxttnd school 10K( ) .
aide. !Mrs J. C. Wills. 3-.,-tf. Sunda.x : a in.
Hon Eugene Matthews: ., of tulat Kins. tbl t,., '. nt.! .it ii' '''IIH 1 'r Hoi" :itiontnit i'F
Concerning Our People Business and conga .. Morning worship, 11-00: n. m.P. l
:Starke, Florida, railroad' commis- I all,1 I :'",uth Piknta Axeniie.'' .
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Y. P. U{T.
survice6:30
Progress of the County and Town. KM 11 $.\ 1.1: Ji-rsey l.pifer, and : p. in. t" : .
inner, was a vis.tor, here Tuesday.< HAP'llST. "I. S. :!, fine Jersey. calf This stock i I- Evening worship, 7:30: p. m. 1 I ,
:Mr. :\llItth'w'us appointed two I I Mid-week( service, Wednesday! t. ,I
:! from' the best lit tho :State t'm- /
aIYe
years ago by Governor Hnnlee andis The circle meeting of thc'1.: ':' CENT A mmCOLUMN% \ersity :N. H. (Hull Starke, It. 7:30: p. m. I I'' '

carded for re-election in the! coining S., of the Baptist church was held ._ invite you to worship with i\ i ,.
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WEATHER REPORT I Ed. Davis> >. colored. plead guilty primary June H. lie l is owner 1 :Monday afternoon at the home of 1 I BEAUTY: SPECIALIST :Marcellitik' 1 I us ..' i 1 I rM 'I

before County Judge Gardiner of of the Bradford County Telegraph.) Rev. and! Mrs. Thomas Hanscn. ( fjTnl'TI
April 8 84( 6:1: .00 Manicuring, and, :Massaging. 1
carrying concealed Monday : He is unopposed in the election. !( 'Von SALE : : nos I"lmnn:
April 9 84 3 .00 weapons The Bible study was conducted -1 1-2 bu.t cabbage I I / :Mim. Lucio ( from" Paris), 11u-n:1' .
April 10 8.t 67 .00 and received a, fine of $HlO I Gainesville Sun.LOTS by Mrs. Geo. C. White :Mrs. W. J. hampers 2r(e each/ J. L. Harrcl!, Corner Cherry and Seventh sts.. I .\ I I. I t III'KCH .. .

find costs or 4 months. Epperson and :Mr. Hanscn assistingwith Lawtey, Fla. 4-2-41-4-2.1.: I I I -- : I'
85 Fin. I;)1.23"FAR
11 63 Starke : ''
April .00 I I. n
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I FOR SALE ATKINCSLEY The Baptist church will extend
interesting and helpful discussions i -- t |
April 12 R2 64 ,!S I "
Mrs. A. II. Hall, whu has spent : LAKEI DRESSMAKING: : :; :b1rs.Idnm, t fellowship 'next Sunday morning \
13 79 Olt HOME: OWNER:; Ho
61
April .00 the past month here with her have 15 lots !0xl40 feet facing After the devotional the regular Green Cherry street opposite' I pHI (to :3i, members who have recently '
vent to st117 Send i .j
April 14 74. 62 .12 parents, Mr. and :Mrs.' L. S. Hutto, I 1 the hard road that I will sell business was attended to and then depot, it. ,. Ira Ebprt descriptionand SSS> Kil- united with the church J liy, baptism! ,

Jay Daugherty, of Polatka, spent returned to her home in Okeechohee : for $200.00 per lot if sold right the ladies spent the remainder of I bourne pric'Columbus. Ohio. (I-H1-21 litter t and, expericnciSea -. ; .I

Sunday here with home folks.Craig's :Monday. away. the time in sewing. WANTED-To contract for delivery 1 ____ __ _____n_ !IK. will J lip, reserved for thofin ,y

i When you buy these lots I also It was suggested that the ladies. of green corn, May 21th to i KOIt SALE: 7 head' two months new members\ and. the service will I ) I t ."
deed, to you a special privilege In I June 2Cth. J. L. Harrell, Lawtev, l b conducted, \ in their honor inly. ,,1.)
Inn :
Early, Yellow)) Pent and Layer cakes. 30. 33 and 60c have a shower for our Baptist Hospital old. pigs, good. "stork Also I a few e I
: a lake front lot with bath house Fla. 4241423. '
Prolific seed corn. N. B, Hull. i each. Starke Bakery. I in China and at our next business loads of good hay not bailed E.: Mr. Ilansen will speak, to them

iI I i I' built already for use. (I and program meeting such Gessner Route A, Ilox :'JS, StarkeFla. I I .in the suhjeit "Spiritual Flower" )', ;\
A. S,
STRICKLAND. WANTED-Wood choppers and "II ,
Miss Leila Sapp, of Heilbronn :Mr. S. Church has recently purchased i I I things) as can be used, in a hospital block sav/yert. Highest market .1.1 G- t. !I i ii
l a new Spanish bungalow i BUFOKIlFAIRCLOTHMr. I should be carried so that we
Springs, spent Tuesday in town type may price paid. J. C. Sellers Political Announcements
with friends. at Keystone Heights, where 1 I 1 ship the box as soon as! possible. Lawtey, I FOR S A I. Chrysanthemum I '
I Fla. 3-26-4t | Tn the rvmiivratlv, sot>r. fif BradfordCounty 3
his!! family will spend, the summer I I and :Mrs. G. 1)). Fainloth of I After the sewing for the afternoon plants/ largo exhibition varieties I Ink this mi'ltuHl of .nnminelMVmy I '1

months. 1 1I Lake Butler announce the marriage was completed, the hostess I colors, white, flesh. pink, also rjuiilltlnry for Ih.* t>"... of H,pn..nt** ',!
:\11'. and Mrs. R. F, Demorept.p 1i i I I of their daughter Angelica assisted. by three Intermediate B. FOR SALE:-(tuernapy cow for some yellow Price $1 I.00( per dozen. Ile,. If rl.wtv.1. I ,.".ml.. faithful( and .f- f
: ..
Fall- H. tr.hfc'l.it.. rvlrt I Miliolt miff .
'nt with friends in (G. I Route A, Ill'I "t <> Tear
Sunday Ja'k'i I :Mr. and :Mrs. C. McCormick: Mrs. N. P. Wainwright, it.-.iH-ctfuiiy., T. H prNHO>I.'I"\'W:" 1

sonville. I and son, who have been spendingthe Starke, Fla. 3- G.t.f.

I month here with friends II Nut ire To th. *'...... of Hrailford' roo..

!III'. and Mrs. George Flynn, of have past returned to their home in St. IIIrIII I I III I IIIf I WOULD TKAr>E: --$I lfiOOOO, ) equity: I ly : I.m. rnnillilittv, for 1t.',' .. 'nl.U.e j

Newberry, spent the week-end here in house, and lot in Jacksonville, I l In the Lmliiliitiirii' from HmrtfoM County.InubfiMt .
Charles III. II ( I IIf ........, .. t J
with relatives. ( f fIiI II : l bringing' over 10 per cent interpt I ; to the rvmiMTKtir I. R1:
.
I turn to h 0 held' In .Innr.' 1 IU2ftI \
t II I (f ( I I I III I on the invpHtmont for a few I! iKOKCK: ; .K. YOti Ntl!. L .lrr. F1..
:Mrs. O. L. Beasley, attended! the :Miss Elsie Paujrherty. of Englewood / If i( II' !1 1 'acres. of good t truck. land in

Ponce de Leon celebration !in St. Tennessee, arrived the latter f Ir'i, r 4 1I 1I I Stnrkp or Hampton. 1'. O. !Huxiifiii I I hiTi'bv .n"o"---;; : ......If .....,11...... kr ek
of last week for months visit I for mimitifilion' t.t tho ufflo of rwl>mi.n* I
Augustine last week. part a iY SAYS MERE, WELL, T14EN A ti v t : Live Oak, ria. .I.IJ- >l. I ,Inlivi- in Hit .'tot. IritmlAluro, from 1I..t.1 '
/
here with Rev. and :Mrs.!! W. E. GEORGE, THAT RADIOS L0? O' GUYS MUSTA ( 1 l y I .------ --- font enemy'. Hiit.>jit to the wtlon of. tlMI'lmncrHlIP +
itriinnry of Junw Hth. If liw 1. i
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Peek were Paugherty. HAVE ENTERED 'T1lE PAID THEIR FINAL h ur, l FOR( l SALE: -tO-iicre; farm 15/\ rd.. I HNHiirp the. ,iMnplf, of tliiH frnuahr _r_ k.

visitors to St. Augustine! during HOMES OF AMERICANS INSTALLMENTS''Rah i ,I flirts good, bottom land' balance" set and. ronnrM'iilMiiM. nrrvtrv.
T. Lockwood of Havana A. J. TROIIUBMt'llIt.t
the weekend :Mrs. Bruce "

Cuba, a daughter of Rev H To STAY.- p ,i I li III II II II I II I and I timber! barn( New to; b'lIrlnloappl.three-room' house t tree.s. M II") "R". !IHHT NO.]

:Mr. and 1 :Mrs. O. G. Strayhorne, A. Tucker, has been herp for several -- I I I near' railroad and highway I hrml'y l,> iiiiiuitihriinvHflf M r alldl.hlle. furtiirmliir t t

of Waldo, were visitors to town days a guest of Rev. and :Mrs. I I I 1 1t freestone water. Is within two i>f the :Schnul' Ihn,rd. Ill! .!riot N... .
Tucker at the Presbyterian manse. '. Mini, 'imimltii, n (.,ii'lit,,) lu-rrormnnri' of ,
Sunday afternoon I miles of city located in the inn in I litiliitiii. tf lhi> offirt, If lwtit I u!.. t ,.
I t I-a II t ; apple' \belt of north (Georgia; lint" .lltiHiipiiiiit i of f Ihi* vntiTN .HI, th. Jon. I' 4 ,

:Mothers make pound cake, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strickland Healthy climnte, ideal for raisIng primary' II. l>. MAY.

40c. Starke Bakery. and little daughter, of Wildwood fruits and) 1
poultry, vegetables J
here wilh. Mrs.Strickland's M'IIOOL HO A HI!). 1UHTK1CT I
I spent Sunday H I close to river', faxoralde, I ilivir' to ftnoun my 0niliil. ..cy for l

A. A, Hazcn of Gainesville, was parents. Mr.: and Mrs.J. 2,. vw,.. I climate the year around no out r-4l.<>*l tii,.>ii...01.to the Dinrrirt, nffii'tt, It of, iihji-et nmmbi'r to of thHrhiH lb.. i
C. :
a prominent visitor to town Sat. Manning.The I I of the way place but a good. location upturn, of thr lifmnprfttto' firinmry Jun 1 I sinn
urday. S with guild neghborM. .nil nMMire thi vnlrni of my continued ,.
friends, of William I bent effort. in their. t".li.lf. .
many Price $:'IMIO( .((10( half cash. and the J. A. WASI1INOUNTY .
:Mrs. O. A. Groff of Bradenton) Duncan, who has been confined to L i balance long easy terms to suit .
his home for the past month with ( rOMMIHHIONEK-DISTRICT) 1I '
has been a recent guest of the purchaser. For further particulars I berth, minotinri* m, mniliilnry. .. forrmintv ,1!
Hoover and Ri trunk families. an attack of pneumonia, are glad! writ,. 'J'1.; Webb.,," Elliiiiv: p..mmii.itioiti>r from District, Thrift. .
to I learn that he is able to be out .uha'rt! U> the Melton of .the v".L. tliimxrHlir __
; (l ill. 4-Ui.lt '... primary .lunr Hlh If ro-drrk. j/I "q I
Elizabeth again. Jl the illitlva of tbj I* ,
Misses Florence. and r \ pit I will eoiilitiiMt to vivo
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week-end with I I { ..rr,iri niy part', ful. riMiHriffilioit. ntti>ntlo..
the
Andrews spent
I Side walks!! are being, put down 1 CHRISTIAN J. I. UNDf4ltaiI.l. ,
relatives in Jacksonville. 1I
on Ninth street and, the highway/ ,I t KOK ('4)MMIssIil.RR-IIarltll'T 4._ .7
bv :Messrs. Scott .41.I 'rmlln and -C7 cz II !Meets every Lord's Tiny at 10 I het shy nnni'>iinr > iiik**<'lf >a ut n rnmlulat. ,. r'.

Just Harness received.shipment) Hull's)) Store.from factory :Middleton.< Quigley! & Davis!! are II a. m. for Bible study and Scriptural .fur .v-ehctlon No 4. HM Ilimiplnn, ,:.'::::.Y.Y'J poninilHllioneriliKirlrt :>r'.:Mii' I.nt I

the contractors. I ( (7>", lI1l1nion. (.riilmin; god,! if rv-HcrtiM, will conlinuuItivp M
ate
tin counly" the |h.l| NIT* iPt t aolfiiimlili t
:Mr. Georce Thomas and daughter -I PRESBYTERIANSunday ..,. I .,. hell your volt Ht. the pro 'to t
.
Wi have hot rolls every day I nil.ry Juno olio li. W. HINSIJN tr
of Stuart
Pauline
:Miss spent I school at 10 00 o'clock ."
: a. -
,
the week-end here with relatives.Dr. 10. 15: and 20c per doz. Starke I I
m. Preaching service at 11.00: a. m. NOTliK TO PEHTOKM ANI CREDIT \

j jMAYO.
Baker .
) l SI
and 7:30: p. m.Prayer ORflNoilro \ '
and !Mrs\ J. E. Mines of I meeting Wednesday, at "1 'I
Mrs A. E, Wall and !'On. William -
Lake Butler were visiting! friends tm hereby irfvrn that all erdltof.. 4
7:30
here Sunday afternoon. Duncan wishes! to thank the : p. m. liMrittvm. d.I, 'nbut..nd. all .......... b**.. I
of the freshman class for THAT'St1 The Junior Christian Endeavor: ,Inn. claim, ""*,n.l the r.t.t* of B t.. J ''L'
memhers Society meets at 2 o'clock p. m. ",.".h..d. ......_...1. Into of Hr.Jfor4cnuntjr r'
:\Irp. F. L. Turner and, :Mr. II. :M. their kind interest, flowers and, _'-.- -- Thn /Senior": Christian Endeavor: ... hereby rv>.qulr Kl to |>oem th.lvrlnittw '
..
William's duly KiithonttratiHl. / to th. aml" .f .
during
received
Snyder motored, to Jacksonville )letters i .. Society meets at ffVt: oMock p. m. .nut within ..n. year from tint', or thla '
Tue flay to spend the day. j recent illness. notire will bv hHi'"! In l b.r, thnrrto and all .
111<' executive committee meets thefirst
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I''IN rnonii Imli", htd. to mtul\ itat Arc r*>
"
'Rah! Collegians to Invade !Monday nf each month at 7:30p : l to |pay their .ail, di'bta. to ..,it( w- I I
Wilbur Scott of Pi-land spent I C. F. Boyer, rf Jacksonville) Planning EuropeTo 1 m. I 1".1, ''''r'''* forthwith..
in town. He was accompanied Thu. llth day| of Mnrrh, 1924
'
the weekend( with hi parl'ntq.11': spent Sunday Call Upon England Holland A cordial invitation I"i extende.lto I MRS. II. \I.. lU.ANCHARn i';' "
[plod Mrs.: F. A. Scott. hack to the city bv his Belgium and France I all t I wife and little son who have pont rI

Pr. E. IBiirirs was in Gainesville the past week hero with her partnts. I "iF.. -..1

Thursday attending the State': :\\11'. and :Mrs. J. C. Manning./ _

:Medical, Association. I 'I '
ATTENTION To Poultry People
I I Mrs. A. E. :Morris who has been

Judge A. 7., Adkinsvn* attending spending/ thp winter here with her of Bradford County .r

to official duties in Gainesville I dllUlntl'r.Irq.: T. P. Wall left thc I'oiillfy and! IVH' I" Us.W( Assure You Top I"I
.
Tuesday.Cupcakes.. j latter part of last week for hpr p't.i'rkI' .' / /.
home in Hcndersonville, X. C. \ I ; PS ami I'ruml'l| | rrmiltiiiiie.We I .

2."c; per tint. I wa a r Will Pay You For Next \Week. Sli..mrnlHCNS.| '' 3lc

cookies 15c; per do/ Starke I :Misses! Mona and Blanche Alderman per ll,., EGGS.1111. 30c per Do/en I Drlivrrrd., 1,
and Iris Epperson returned
liakery.
thp latter part of last week to the SPRINGFIELD POULTRY CO. ,

:Mr. Walters, commercial agent I Florida State College for Women I Jacksonville 20 E. Alb Si. Florida

for the Seaboard with headquarters Tallahassee, after spending: the \ \ ...

at Tallahassee was attendingto Easter holidays here with their S4

: business!! here Friday.T. parents 7 4 -=- ; ,


A. Brinson prominent naval Mrs S. T. Pell I left Thursday '
i "'
stores' operator of Fiftone was ,' morning! for Stnrke, where she was NEAR'TNE tAON FRANCE SIT! Mel11A A I iHARRyWKE

transacting business here Satur, mined) by her IIi"lerfli.Irfll.. : :Maude OC THE BIG M t '
day. :j Prownlep and :Mrs. ,.. L. Wall and OERTMA "" C ABINSNIP '

I the party proceeded, to Cocoa for a t LOCATED AT
,jj sl lld
Carr Colley, of Daytona, pent 1 visit with her hrother-in-law and +,nc+t I '."' 11F + 'qkq' 6. stt t Ideal Restaurant Next to MittheU'n Drug Store

several days in town last week visiting sister :Mr. and :Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson. ( t Formerly Watch InspectorSOL'TIIEUN

his mother, :Mrs W A. Col- I, Gainesville Sun
: RAILWAY COMPANY;

ley. | E. T. Stewart of Brooker was a I

:Mr. and :Mrs.' J. C. Hoover hadas business visitor to Starke'; Tuesday t WATCIIKS.::; (,1.0CInWELUY; I *

: their guest! for several days :Mr. Stewart has opened his new wsNUTRE And OPTICAL 'KKl'AIKSALL I '

: last week, Mrs. Hoover's father, garage in Brooker, in thp eastern at WORK GUARANTEED' I

of Ocala. I j part of town, and I is! in readiness toserve .... // I{ {
Mr. James Chace, I] local and transient trade ... ......... / f Me { Aks, T + I f.------. .._._.._. _._.._. -'-' -'-..:> :.

:Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto are <}HA fESPE liRE> --.......: I _1 n _
the Irwin, a deputy from the #OUSF
receiving congratulations over M': Avw-:
-
S'rIiATFQr.oJN ---- -
in Jaikaonvillp -
office
Thursday Internal Revenue
arrival of a daughter,
April 8th. was In Starke first of the England Holland Belgium/ and ,

week, assisting! the automobile France are the popular countriesfor

Carl Johns, of West Palm' Peach dealers in securing a tax refund collegiate: tours during! the J. L. SIMMONS
.
was in town first of the week visiting of their stock of cars bought prior Bummer of 1926. and the St. Lawrence ;

his parents';, :Mr. and :Mrs. S.R. to the lowering: of Federal tax route seems to be the popular i I ,

:March 2*th.I .' I Il1vJ } S
Johns. short route for many students. ,INtIrAt : ILUMBING AN1 ELECTKICAL CONTRACTOR: it l

I The idea of being able to cross
of Jackson : :Silas;: Kite state oil In.pl'.tor.ha. ,
Mrs.' W. S. Blakely. the
ocean and get hack home
ville. Is here on a visit with her been, in Starke this week mak. again at the price usually punt) for Estimates: Made-Work Guaranteed F ,

parents, Mr. and! :Mrs. W.V.. log plans! for his moving here in one way seems to be the nci i -Barry HATIsa'A,' or,,,,
Baisden.lluv the near future :Mr. Kite had thenti inducement to collegeorle.. I STAKKE FI.OUIDA
his h-.use- and, according to the thrilled.) with .
.fortune of having Art Crafts lift I'' I'.i I,i- i..1"I i iI i 'I i ,iu, I in'l', < ,
rolU.. cake) hold,! (gonils. destroyed! by fire when GuiM., Chicago which 'is organiz sewed trip ni" r< in ,.. 'I 1 Ii, in'" At lir-"'. tl' tin "11lu ,
bread
your and. he was occupying in law! these tours In connvctior. with be incomplete Aitlmut I t <"< "!''ul,. not ia''beul' eve", "ii, .n. ..L--------------- ,. .
and pie'x at Starke Hakery; thdwelling/ the Canadian Pacific bookings are week in the Jay bouli" nti,."n ...- 'IC: i-i" lduIC, ui ."i i ------:
)keep your money at home. Palatka was burner) much ahead of last year. I nrt gnll"rips of Friinp"- ;i "1.11I I w ItI. '.I ii ruhshlntII: ; I "n
No one should attempt to sec Hut thorn are ether, '" 'lor in e' r-n the aocollii, cause. fin, i
Futch of Pel.and. ac.compnnicd Europe! without a background "! I I ,mi'whati.' ,.tu'rlil'inl ,
name of :Mrs. J. E. 9f | Hut./ ''<'hzing the menuir mn'rs '
the
Through/ an error omltt..11 i by her nephew Hugh: England. The experienced travel! :,, of the chic .'.i..,is i" \\r,. i of crofelor HI r.t''.,ut O.l, i 0
:Miss Lois Edwards was lers arranging/ the collegiate ''than. h.> .h"ev I We can chnrfje y) your
student at StetsonUniversity t"ur wn"' n i travel at rci'Mc"" rahth, r '
from the honor roll of the Bradford. ,! Hrownlep Jr., a week en'I realize this and! plan a week cap' and, .'a.. .., ",..\\f |! | '' 1.nt the '
high school.Judge spent ing! Oxford tho great ..) '-Vlhlt'j': Mi r t\n\. :.neVi'i n1'.1\ hird, rate nut, roe n, BATTERY
here at the home of :Mr. and :MrII. centre. Stoke Poges and other v f''w in > m< rice ,,\ uI .ta..r.'m t.t.err' r'I I STORAGE In aSmith's
returned tt of rural England I. .
Gardiner L. Brownlee. They and *<, ncii.i If
A.
/ and :Mrs. Goo. motoredto Pel.and Sunday: accompanied, bvMr London so full of interest historIcally i i battle nO"<"\ u' : "" t i ,nf f foreign! and the r" .
Mr.' end Mrs. Hans Aurtin .. ) and with many nooks and l Tw'I, '
f. Stith and, little son who gii'm MI. -o I L"''" If hi- a- unittudtni' and rn" ?" "
Sunday nrd spent the : :M. crannies filled with the ghost of '. I
Hastings vwkisit. touts in i I- .1. I. t i ,T hdhn'ibl e, with ,
day with relatives.' !! will remain in the city for a \ famous literary personages'/ : I''tri.. ..:h ;: :! .. '''I r t I. low de' k. T, s v' ,or Starke
\ France comes next to K'.g: "-..1 ('1'1') 'nn" .. rr\ :.,.' ', 'r n i u i,::11 in u 'I 1 ', Garage
at In popularity with college ', Ik- and I: n, vlt.>|, I i.. .ct ,tv the ventull "',n Fla.FRJIY.
1 I l Hull's Blue Store.Goose and Brabham peas I I r.. D. Strickland living east of Some there arc who become: ...1 1 i. The Idea J of the ..m:. of lust year '

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i PAGE six Sr.ADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKF. FLORIDA FRIDAY


''1,1j 9' SZ5!"2S S m52S'ms2.S"! ",5Z525'u'255'u uZ uZ5 ;:; shrub\ > and flowers ifp wing, I
' 'kS75d5 C5Z5'c.G "o.oi :J'Xi' planthae been ,diitnb ..1'11'1:' OetiibcY, 1,002):! ; November?: HEATH WHEN: HIT BY AUTf. 0 i

I titr'd among them, saMi; ,-- ;Mai' .. :.,:i a!; December! 916 I ; January, 1U.T. ; : :-.l
& G ( 'ox. the home dpll1"n'lrationl1'nt.. 1.1)77; February" l.UHlj; March 1-, I Plant fit April II .-Dan Murray \ ForSale7
Farmers ,
Farming a negro, who inn down and
'II 1 h., ".. plants were donated In. intennd ll I 12.: Her buttcrfat record fulluw'uApril .
G t, I men and women. ll: 2"., J2.n pounds, ; May..",.!.. ;probably i fatally injuicd, Lee Mir

G :SIx meeting covering 1I.n club, r-2\ ; .June dR.!'! $$7; July, ..IS.lIIu!! ; '' gan an aged resident if Plant City : -< and] :32 quart Lots of less than 25 at !
Bean Hamp"2 i ;
( I5 I K.: 1'. Ward County ,,\I.r' ) : [ with an automobile, was lodged in "
> : 47.10 Oc
.th total attendance <>l' 1.2weve :! list 50,53; September, ; ,.
uul 100
GG \\ u 50 for $9.00 or more
: 25! $1.75 ;
( the county jail yr teid.iv:; l h\" n.p.11Ih' 20 I i rent teal ;; lor ; :
'lor decoration in tuber, 4\jI; : ; November, 40; U'Jc .
G ht 0.71 54.21Feb.;
ember !
ilu-i.i,. county during ;March. The< ( January ; '
I-/I.MI-RSANO: TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE G[ mietings were supervised by Miffii + ruur '. 5)) .30; March 5S.IS.:\ :; ThiDrives Morgan l is at the Al, ironic. hospital Z delivered at your' station. __ Z
FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND [> 'I ut I'lant expected tu .
G AK11CIES OF total production or City not
. demonstration Queen
,ph.i (Cole. home a '
TO BE BEST SUITEDTO OUR COUNTY & airent. 13..157:! pound. of milk and .V.ll.3: I live. In event of his ,death .1 J. L. HARRELLLawtey !

t Jr .,-, 4 .......... =====cC.';Jrr. ;-;>r-;><;;I<;;I<;? ;>.Q22 S'ur25Z52S252GI. "'fyards planted in carpcgras pound of butterfat fur the year charge of manslaughter;\ or other
'r'r'r '- H ---------- I !
1' criminal charge, will bt preferreIagainst
: '
remodeled four -- Florida. i
-, six homes : I ,
:-\S"\l''; (.'01':Nn' ILLH AI'JUI. H-21 1'IHH.LIMKI KLICAL lO'DIO.i.ist: : : :Murray, authorities said
' 'IIWEJS HAM LOU" I .\\IEltll.\-.i: : HIKMVhhK( home screened, one home painted terday., ...... ..........................N..NN.......
, on inside" aI'some! of the thing Dogs Should U."a..clnatl'd To I'rcsent -
: l.Ilit.' 1: ;\I"rlliln0'' injured last Thurs- -
1 I'HJ-SIIII--.il': -
I"AIUCALK; PROJECT lt\ mentioned in the narrative report Hnhi,' I "made, his but
I for :March of Mrs U. A. Caudli'. day Murray escape

1.1 11I.1I1 i 111111-U"MI&U County dub Imir"M-ment; ..f K'l'lidl' l lands. anlOLiaiiiiitm home demonstration! agent in Hoi ")la.1. dog! Mad dog!" Those used) was later re-ted, hv officers nl
Be Made?
Fertilizer
Plant "Could Better
City.Halls !
. b".\ and mils. under the lender ot liaticn acreage! men county.N.1'I'iON to be und! still are to a certain extent -
of11..... IV-iirl Jordan hum !lu"at't'" receive the uttention" ofrvI.ry words.. of teiror. People curry -
ship>
| thoughtful interested : \ J. EMS; l II 1\ '10IR to places of shelter and \rllb
person
-tuition iiirent are woiknijin \
iiiu "
.e ;pian to bruit! u number ut gaud 111 u I lutuiu tinibel" Uplj| of the. (1LEDR.11EDI \Y 1 their guns to kill the affnted .1111, CatarrhMedicine We Would Make It"
J Ameiican, I'oreWeek t mul whenever the ,' sounds. d,
u i i.. < aheM which has been |III'e"14'I nation during GainesMlle.. Kla.-The lo\eH heiand 1'I" will do what
April I 18.::!-1. This week bus And well they mil '. For the- bile IIj' ItUANDS
1 i it iiuimg tne III.-t lew months. her product> will receivethi ) weclslmfor It SIMON I'l'KE AND J GEM:
, nllkI' hi off n'fall v proclaimed by Prtfnluiit u mad, dog m nearly 1 fatal! to hu-> Testfd"
It ;I' IUd that high priced "c n homage. .of the Amerii public on : -rid your system Catarrh or Deafness: "lime Triedlnd Crop
> .* i Lived hiuuu with the suit cl',1'| LooiiciKiand! m also named :May Da>', :Mu.1 which hah been mans unless treatment i- ink. n inmediately. : caused by Catarrh. Also as a Blood Furl New !PRICE LHT: of regular brands Just Issued. Get same before

. j I in t Mate, mure limn i'i puiiuni .is aiiudaV( forest week. proclaimed National K.L'-g: Day: !hy fiat ic gives wonderful! results. All placing order Send orders now for future requirements save delays

I' ''I i ;'in'. i',.'iiK'icial' diiir.Miien lolluw 'ion lung have wi> as a natio", the National Poullrj! ( 'ountii. Fin Oul Slim Timinons and his tuff Druggists.F. and he ready when fertili/cr is tiecdid. Tra,piirtatiun ia slow and

" i 0: 'MI practice if killmK! nil
h I'' i.nvi'a. at uu'th or u-4 ,rtooii ut adequate provision fur its wi- celebiation' of the day mad dog only the other
t .in randy fur \< al.Ii ul.mils und renewal,' says PH-MI ate h"ing made, in tacit state all l four of them are having t" take- n O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

t r.* S.i"suu club boj 1I und l girls dent ( uolidtte..! "but a urutifyui Dr. N"V.. Sanborn, professor IIr total of 2;, injection" each ,in Jacksonville Duval County Florida
Du.'a change is taking pl-ce in the; altitude tratmunt tor prevent fatal. eflutof M ,
< king on a plan with poultry Tnisl.nndrv' at the C'ollegi M
L a 'woo in which calved from tin ul our iiiui:Biiicour \lain! Agriculture here, has been mini rabies to themseUcTH' | ti..r' tayrti, ....1.Up ...-.. .

I I"i \ i i niiuuiiiK I cows in JairiuH. uf owners. and the Ann-rican peopletoward cd chairman for J.'IIIri them 23; total of
forvKts. or more, or a lit
1' ". ..I "iinty are 10 In selt'rtwl an I !our In calling attention, to National ,
least $1 IOU.( in addition the rinse ( - -?- -'-'- '-'-'-"-'- '-'-"-"
fi ,.o..' ..,il t from the 'iluiry to Nuxiiii ","America fore-t pioblem eee.tttully ,.- Egg: Pay and urging people( to en1more to s+ + A k .i

f oi-\ li\' ho. tuna till calves ure. J IIt. tJ ,m a problem involving tli' eggs, it is pointed out that lost und l the suffering: caused.*
: I Ir, i
.\ .. ,"d. The club iiK'inbi'rn will wise. 11-0 of land that can and this. rai-t' the ('lIlvl'" until they arc i hould .produio crops of timber. mineral ingredients such a' when rubies are e,.I>('l'lIIlIy prlH ai- FRIGIDAIREPRODUCT :
omit in dogs, bahly bc-ciiu
"pie
.. calcium, and iron and
KIU\MI.. I Flouo'i"hinwuodluncl./ however. phosphates; there are mole clogs I'unninfre,'
the thug rained will mean moro than timber" crops pur also in \itumines.
:Many uf cows I that time. They have been
lit k'ptup
be used to supply milk for t'i>" :':lent\ i.i I ;.ustrie. : nil an adequate, : ".\ II credit to the American hen pretty well\ during the winter f of GENERAL: MOTORS

hom""' in Nassau n.unt .. Any surptu' 'tppi.\; of w".I.! Tl.cy( m.nistcr tou..r the queen| of our billion and .1. hunting season. .
loor tccrcatioii quaiter dollar\ poultry industry; Grove"sTasteless "Colder Than Ice".MODERN
> lows after NIL lIau countyfurni i need fur out ; Kabies" can be prevented in dog
.,. HllO'lli animal and bird life ; says the announcement.IIIXIS .
hu\t boon 1 pplied l I they preserve by h.lvinlthe dugs vaccinated. ,

find u state, und l ut prices which ti.ey I protect, und beautify our hillsides -: 10- llot'SEw11'ES very much ns a person is vuccmat 4 : S.tNIT.IRY--CONVENIENT:

wilt mean profit, to the club:| men. I and feed our streams' ; i ed for tho prevention of smallpo

hers I they; pii'nc-ltc tliu inspiring natureeiixiruniucMit the Growing; Child, Needs A Itullrt{ By having your dogs vaccinate, I ELECTRIC REFRIGERATIONFor

This, project i is u |part i of the horn: vhich: :has contnbute, Of :Milk per hay' against rubies you are protecting Chill Tonic Home and Commerical Uses!"

nutrition; work in Nan..uu rutinl,; 1.C o much to American character. not only the life of jour dog but
"Although our nut unal! progies Here ate a number, of gaud reii Destroys Malarial Germsin
and the club member realize. thai I also the lives of human beingsMuj .
good milk i is possible' only where In'orellll';,' has been well begun, sons why a growing child nerds aquart ; be your dog is valuable on; the Blood. but
that will much re iii.iius to be dune thruug of milk per day Then should I J. J. Seykora
tho farmer has goad coax I,1 you certainly have i ivaccinated it
both 'un'I'I'II.,1, and individual I.f.I 1. Milk is the best single food .
Rind for its
profitable returns on own protection
pay forte must stump' out till Cot It supplies easily. digested' proteins .
f,1., Maybe; you should, have it vuccmat Sales & Service Gainesville, Fla. I
I eat fires winch still iinnua.ly sweep for the body building; mm- ed for its own protection and far .43 .t.t+ .!. t !+?+i"

!SCREEN I\KIA: .AM many wooded incus doblnijin ; oral teeth salts Mtiiniines for blood bones and the protection of the .people( in you .. HARVEY M. SNYDER; .-.-.-.--'-'-..-.-..-,.--.--.-.-.-.-.-.---.,.
I r.iber tae Nntiori' can ill afford tu ; for health tend ., .
IIi I': UHKIiOM: ) UOM( : I l lI'Kslin.KOlS lifi< community. .
'Iluue und. killing young\ growth growth, ; and, easily digested' fat and 4 ---- -
The vaccination
19 inexpensive
I I LllTillaha'.see. ES needed to constitute. tlio foiebts oll.e sugar for energy and gain III and painless. simple It is, effective Mortician Starke, Fla. ?
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weight. -'--'-'-'-'-'-'--'--'--'-'-'--'-'-'- '-'
I liilutc. Futeet fires, caused for a year or longer. Any xcterinarinn Member of Florida Funeral ..,
1-111.-1-ally: srrccnjn.r largely I by> human Indifference. or 2.lllk; is economical us supply 4

1 \ IH, ,.ne nf the bent ways to keep I ('iitcle-snisH, are the greatest sin. of lime and l body builders.. One Vaccination can perform of the dog it. which bit Directors; and Embalmers As. '2s 1'I SAY MR. FARMER

flu out\ "( the house during sumin trie\ obstacle to reforestation amc glass gives l-'J amount lime needed .. '. The 1 hotiu demonstration de.jiirtni'iit 4
i I fee live finest niaiiaitement. d.nly. One glass equals (in would have cost Homebody a dollar' .
y \ of the Mate Colic-lie for "" must I'licouiuk' and l "xtcnJ111H'lhuds I1 me supply) H 1.2 eggs, 1 1-1 cab. or two. Tho bite of this dog after | PHONES: Do you want a complete fertilizer for all crops grownin

"'., iin-n ad1"IHPH s"r(-fron all winlows I of timber cutting which huge, 5: 1.2 pounds potatoes S 1-: it was mad cost Slim over $100< t Bradford county, a fertilizer made from sulphate of

( and, doniH Ijefuruthe tly sen- t perpetuate the forest while harv-'tt I pounds of moot One mart of milkgives and, u lot of trouble. f. Day-1 Night-59-W Ammonia tankage nitrate of soda, murate of potash

r'1 son lii'ifins.iulvanixril. t rig its. l'rlJllu"h. We must plant I as much protein as. ,I laig.:! Every dog in a community which With DeWitt C. Jones high grade German sulphate of potash, goat manure
(; iron mesh, japunneiliron trees in uliuiiilunce on idle lam wire, und| hrone are nil In,' 3. Milk! makes' meal planning .
copper where they can profitably ing. If we value our dog we< +T4444.F t+1 tr !Ie Then
used for screening The iron mesh I Milk the foundation, try
Rrown.e must examine taxatioipractices easy is -not _
should have vaccinated. If
( it it i>j. well cared, for, is least ex. I ", that may form eeuno lieborriers the whole diet Egg yolk or vegetables do not value it it, wo. should dispose we! E. O. 1'\I TEH'S "BRADFORD COUNTY SPECIAL"

pensi\e' ; und 1 gives grand Herviee. ., '" to timber culture.V< I will add( the IRON:l, tomato of it. This FOR Guaranteed Anal'sisAmmonia.
is a protection not only OVER
l>artu \ulaily in unexposed( locatn I .. the extension, of or oiange/ juice the. V1TAMINKSNKEDE1 ; : :
(
I r.itist cncorruj'o I to dog I but also. to humans.POINTED not less than _______ 4
_________ Per cent
I
'.- Cooper l Is. the most desirable I forest ownership on the J part, "f :: : *. nnd fruits, vegetables, I

for -nieemtt und though its initial U1'on ii'lpahtie's' counties, states. whole. cereals, and bread will supplj' zoo YEARS Potash, not less than ________________--__ 3 per cent

( ".i is lompurutuc-ly high, it i is and the Federal Cio\vrnnient. Ancv the roughage Available Phosphoric Acid, not less than 7 1-2 per cent

Tf'"Ionhl> > > the mist salmfaitory, must lulu common counsel in I. Milk; und milk products are PINEPARAGRAPHS I
e
s< men mnfprinl..hiorooinhiisuo. I 1, ; .,I ': meetinus'" to the' end that th.toichtry .! easily.. used in cooking.' Hum are haarlcm oil has been a worldwide List Price $40.:>0 per ton, f. o. b., Jacksonville, Florida.

;Mlaelye -Y I II I I probleinx of each legion (I MIIIIU dishes based. on milk: Cocoa remedy for kidney, liver and Cash with order $35.50 f. o. b., Starke or Lawtey.

I Dour) scroi-nH rhoulI, have a bnrli I may be well considered and luluqtl.ilel.s .. soup, milk\ gravy;\ creamed disho,:, by. I bladder! disorders, rheumatism, Car lots of 15:> tons or more, $1.00 per ton less.

i"-- the mtddlu to hold the screenA i met." custnids. puddings. ice cieam un.1lwl'b..t. O. H. L. Warniclcarretltf
I For Sale
lumbago and uric acid conditions. by
,, 'alpine
KIM'd! -prinp( on the door is need- .-- Hcie me some combinations
Institute of America; Inc.
IIn.llo I keep the frame rigid.ed DI\HNSIILA'I'ION\ : n.t.us with milk : cereals und
; to keep it shut. 1'1 01' r.\T": DOlMi(; Ml,(,IIIIOMK fruit and l fruit juices. GOUT MEDA, J. L. Harrell .
'u '.. I luiiiifMli.loWM" { frequently I'se of Milk in Body Careulol'kinlC of U >ouig pino .' OIL...
n \e si reens" which cover only half : 1IJt'TI..c.'J'ItI.iill : ; : 1. l'ul'I.'in-Whl'n milk enters forest for ture: >uino! v i 1.1 1 nut, arrest :

the, openmi) and lire. so ranged; I The lit to" the stomach it clots or clabbers as its p-io'.vt1'' It will p od'i'-e 1B i.i1DI LAWTEY, FLA.
(; 1w\'ill ', Fl.i.- L
that 'In'v sluli- up or .1..wII.. A full all1lln'Iuh it does. during the souring( process more gum in its twentieth vear correct internal troubles,stimulate vital
Homes Content / worn than in its first ol v.oii.rg. ___
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K .iKth hngrd, the and In the milk Certain little bacteria year
-i Tern at t"i> and girls. of tho state. is. attracting pan. it for another, organs.Three sizes.. All druggists. Insist
and then do
}'o..k.llIt. great ---
a Then it will be first-
inn the window at both top and bottom of in the milk und make an 1I1'1it\ more.
judge from monthly reports lumber !
without, danger of ClIl'''. iiome demonstration agents nubimled 1 Is the acid that clabbers. the milk lass: stumpage

Tho types of Hcreen is not to the state extension office or make tho protein solid. That is I Ordinary working of a pine
to Important say demonstration exactly what happens in the stomuh. forest for turpentine will produce
here. .\ number of homes areicing I
uppi enlists, no is the screening' it. .I the most gum the fist year, and. a
I proved us u result. 1 ,
self. They urge e\ery ,rural home theliettcr 2. Sugar Tho sugar in milk !Ii make second-class lumber stumpage '
to put on some kind. of screening. "llaxing been wlrklnon/ : lactose. It is not so .sweet as ordi. out of !it in five years!
__. __.___ __ Homes Contest which cul-
n
nary sugar und is easier to digest. Give one young man ten thou. 1.
Week
1IIK: CHI.NKSK: LMM ItKHLK: iiui.ites" in hitter Homes I lit furnishes heat. and dollars and he will i:. be brokeIn
I'SKI'l'L IN AI'IIIS ('osnwl.ES.HI.I"lIIm flay I I' .Says a report by Mrs.
3. Fat-All whole) milk containsfat five years. Give another the
( !" : ) IN: FI.UIlIII.\ ("hailotte' U. Jacobs. of Walton ( in the form of trenm. It is in''I same amount and he will be lich 1
( ,,"nl '. "Am planning hltn
) ; he form of "emusion" and l is I therefore In twenty .
years.It
Ouiniillf.. Ha.- Last Julie the. cwurd for ( I ) fie! school. makiiii ,
Fxp': ,, rinifnt Station imported froml'ahr..rllill the must sanitary' improvements on easily digested. is all in the way you handle i /
Rom lady bottles which iremises before the next scholastu I I. ;:linerLi1-.Lima and phospharuuerspecially :Four money or your pine trees. Look for mot t
needed in hlnan.1!
it w.is hoped aught 'hr of the most sanitary school (
some year, (2)(: ) G ,
teeth there in the com.unation It the / r'a
me proper( on
value in or.trfillinjf the citrus nphi \'remises kept by the cul: Iron, and WOODLAWN -
l for best work One quailnilk ulatir
,-. A niimher. of those, were libor- (CD: ) the most. artistic planting in dealer'scounter
mid. m (yr''M's Utenr, nndHiaii the school 1 yard. gives tho day's supply of lime \\oodlavvn, April 15.; -;Mrs. 1n. B. ,

4 'h has been niad>> in these siuii.' Ten Al.ichua\ county club mom. ind about 1-3: supp'. ( phosphorous trowning spent the week-end at"lenrvvnter j4 at9r y ma e

jfi"\' this spring to "'1' if any ieihad kitchens scored Burin j \ I'I.OHIII.'OW 1'itoiiLtrs the guest of her son

t pn"nc< through the. winter out.of- the! month of March under tho "uprxision \\KIt\CK\ 01' 1.2". SAI.IOS J. :M. Browning.

d.1'-. I.lLlltc'k Kalph: I. .;\liUpr.rf .' of ;\lrM. Cirnce I'. \\arren \III.K: II.\II.Y FOil A l KVlamesville H( Kev.: J, L. Norris, of Lacrosse,

th"." suet/' flout Hoard found. one I I Home ilemonslration. agent. Onjnombeir vas the guest of friends hero Sun. Night

d' th -.. bettlii in a grove wh'r"j reports' the saving of two ( Fla.-\n average lay. Driving
of 4.'J": of milk I'.L. Hillnrd and! children! werisitor "
some v. >'!'> lilu'iati'il last summer, nuns each II.l ly by using the pres- production > /gallons
!Indicatin't that nt Jt'II..t MIIIIIO" of the ure conker.Mli" I (very day for a >'111'-:11: ;;; days in to Starko Saturday after- 1i

1, ttlr had sine>.fiill>' pasted thru.. I I i Christine Mi Kcrron, Marion succesann-has, just been made l b!)i iLandieer's nunn
t"' winter.. County hnmo demonstration : Florida Queen u seven- Miss Gladys! Norman spent Saturday I WRIGLEYSMore a Pleasure

J. T.'utsnn, cntntnolnitUt. .of I agent reports that pictures wer? i j year-old Jersey cow bred raised" I in Lawtcy, the guest of ;\11'-.

the Experiment Station, says that taken and, score curds made out und tested by the Florida Agricul-j i ::Mildred" Durbin.

the bettlei undoubtedly hibernate l lduriiiK for those entering the Home I inprovement lurul Experiment :Suction:, This: l Mr. and l Mrs. Charles Harrison for your Controllable-Beam Headlights

the cooler part I of winter as i Contest, Many; mem- : gives Cjucon the record of having of I Jacksonville. were visitors here .J! K Buick add pleasure and :: on the Better

did those which have\ bran raised in I 1"1'" are doing exterior hcautifica- I II produced moro milk in a year than :Sunday. money night dm'ing. great security to
'' in the .state, but Barney Andrews of Jacksonville.was .i and
the Inlledur '. Ito says (lint this1 ion I work the subject of their lust'"ear's any other Jersey Buick' '
tendency to hibernate during' the work. nhu does not lead in butterfat pro. ,. .t visitor here Wednesday.Wudo I thd beat Peppermint new !headlights furnish a safe driving

winter when aphids are Btarco will' "Homo improvement work i i" interesting duction due to the fact that the Woinvvright of Jacksonville light all the time,without blinding approach.
| Lee I of fat in her milk was was the guest of friends anJrcluti.s Chewing Sweet for Ing drivers A thumb control
Vie n Treat help In enabling! these i all the clubs in j ji percentage on the steering
beetles' to maintain themselves in I < 'i unty," to quote Miss Sallio I.in- I slightly low. : here Sunday.C. any moneyu 'heellowers the beam hile they pass.
fe
freshened March 21, 192"(I L. Hilliard was: a business! : ,
the .tntp. nv, the homo demonstration mrent. Queen Have you ever driven the
This, bettle, which came originally 1 S.line of the projects' unilert.il.onare '' and was put on official test.. April itor to Jacksonville: Thursday Better.hiuickl

) from China and in thus called, I the beautification i of u local 1. 11125.' ;; Up t<> that time she had 1 -- - Come in and let the cat itself show you Its (

('hintIndy bottle in. very large: I paisonnue by this \va! club, makii 'I received the same care and 1 fee.I' greater attractiveness and value. Controllable.

four times the oize of any our .r rugs hy the Sanihel .club henu- as other cows in tho Station herd Beam Headlights are one of many hne
native spociPH. Its appetite Uunid I I t .tMiig a park liy, the IIunit.I .\ so that prior to startling her test features which Buick, alone, offers you ia

to be in proportion to its\ : size. I I -prutg'|, club and the building. of n -he had had no special preparation the moderate price field.

The State Plant Board U now I ii mmunity house by the Olga club. however during the year, which A Remedy for PilesAsk BUICK

raisins those nettles by the thousands I II 'tni.> improvement programsI ended March 31, 102(1( she demonstrated MOTOR. CO., FLINT, MICH.
D< .
nail In the course of a few I I hal p heeT given in all the St. JorrtM 1 her wonderful ability as a ut4in of O n ru/ Motors Corporation

weeks will probably be in a position ) < aunty clubs in all the St. Johns) persistent! milker.
to supply them to growers. 1' i n tv clubs during tho month of A record of her milk and butterfut your Druggist (whom you know) what e.BelkrBUICKLAK

Tho first shipment will probably 'lit! h. according) \ to Miss Anna K.Hi production by months is enoughto he knows about PAZO OINTMENT as a

h. distributed through county .,i-t. the home demonstration mako this average piney woods
Remedy for Itching, Blind Bleeding or Protruding
agents, who will liberate them In ane'it The K'.ktun! and Huitingsclubs cow "green! with envy" could she CITY BUICK COMPANYJ.

which, in their judgment Held ull-
groves most promising for tho per- ubj jet t. Her milk record by months Is a) M. Smith M nagr.

manent appear establishment of the be All T.nkp County club membersare follows: April, 1925: 1,251;; pounds; Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union
luak'ng an effort to get more May, 1,324; June, l,2iiO;; July t.. Counties
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FARMS KIND OFSUBDIVISION > .
20 ACRE ,in .ct.in 1 < tin. |) Sit-an 1 Ic..in Hthi *.r\ .iiitid, I J ,i" A 1 l'tt.' 'In '
i 11 I > K I i t't aii>- 1 tsnnr c ail I II k J. 1'wn.II" .t. .
K ,.' in 1 1 1 rty I'ollnr I 1 1 ii<> <0 I minlohv
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t In Sh..h 'I''n"
until 1 "I.m.1 11. I.I : : ; : : r', t IS
11. .r.I..I. .h.1 nlil. ant I F Mn I
i I" IH'Inn the Hume ,irtptritt O'tr "t n PI my-
will
mrs1'btrng i fl. I t t. I n\\ t lux M.II ,
.1lk .0" i .1.0 .,. i lit IM: I ,John SI.t'caI, l Mnnt attIc! t I; 1 "n.I.I., ,"o,,itlurilh, 1 'tIm I
il. lit .II.r\ A. P l11Viui ? I.
: NEEDED \ .1 I *.I n\ .,.f".II'' .iiitiatiiip\ unit, ..alI .iI t. ,ti \nurldin, P lift <,'i tn tot" \ 0 i **.1.! ..," t I'. ... i,if' ''v "n'\, .1 1mnrtuniic .1("oy) I Ia
cirpontiion, n. Ailinitilfttrilor, of the K.- 1 I"' i' g'it I, -4<>< ur.i*"t I I.tI t.t..r I I .
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I i. Mr UM tliiv f Vliinh V H IV.A.i '
i" \V VI. KM \VCltrk tittt 'f'; r. Murk.. .* I..I. 1.d.lt. i IInt.l t I t....li.,pi"n noli* "dntt .I V'''nih'',r f, ; I 14I
,Court .,Iniiimi, v 1 I"I"! aiul rin'.r.l,( inI 1 1'". ,,nl.. I.\. I,.*.. Hiir<4 % i lot 't. fivaMI .'j j

.!If, .1 CI..i' I lurila, I I'.,( 1 i'.. ": I i ,1." .. i-f .1.. I I' ,,11.1.1 .''' thn 'lift, r :''iiti. (.. 'Ii. : r,t, ,.f : I II
I'ilm, B, ," II. April I Ul:. -The kind -I 1 M 1 ,1 is" I. \ ; oi,!It. of nrmlfi.r.1 County. ).h.rltl. I I- \tttrlll., ,! ,' .I tn; th. Hum < f I". ,i" 1 1.0 .

Sallie n f "I"h"-"I! now Dinki' m I loi- ale bic light t in t .:11"11'. j .. ..1. "i t tu' KNlil.' '.kIIFmn"1 vtuthtHKt 1 .i.imrur ,of,' llw, 'Vrihmci, tiriUil'In 'i;' ''III't ..f', lIter 5 nli!.Mith:'f "thnt milt',' "t, wm.t .
.,U l I. not cniiipci-ed) ) I i-f fifty fen.t tI .\ Honda] ,...ht"'I, quelid, bvthe. 'Kiy Lnrt'r't"it 1'i) t?south f fittUn' I, ..f KmuM M," "Tw> Mty-i.' 1'.1\nt t U-\ ", ,t..ntciin. *.10). 101p: ..
SM E I Picimbir 12
I.r.t rnot
faimsof t as ic-cent- 1.; iimi\ rontnmitiu, forty' iiir. n mi' irIi t'P. < ..
I I"
i- 1-ut eit twc-ntv nue "I'II"l' having slid ".1 .. '
( I I' I ll I 1..lor! fit( j after I.t' n thami
'tI l lb ..
) wlm.li I the state- has an almost limtli l?>' thlt al leul ctate de-ve-lopei! !' Nitici-. i I. hinl, lyolta. I thnt' undir nti,1 1l I *. .K Lu M utir John i HP IM path SIN" i trttt'rt'ml' | cum, "\1'1. .f rUht:I 'hiimlnd" "I Rmhty-ftir, ,loll..
'>' \irtui I if ,lluil. cirtain, writ' of pMOtiton1nttnil ,, > \n.I'r. f I"''' 'tI'' umdi. t \ *H. tat .ion.. and 8n t.
Flmidiuns had oveilooked, of ion. .
-. th9 Confessions I "s vuppl.v.) This was the view one A MUM it',n,n 1'ruct, (Vim''any I .rnt .
: I I out ,.r ..ll l ,unili.. th. mnl nf tinl li I I' I 1.. inn, Jn'i, .tovdrii. r *tth that nrtaln I
.. thu inltt' of .
i\tm-.ed at the opllinl session( I tho gicatest fields in not going to '",.cit Cf-urt of i Itu. Fiublh' I, Jtiillcial, Clr.ruit u.n.hnlll.I ,. ilfom""u,,of. by t I ilnletl' .1 an. .I rial t..I.riv In Irno..1 l .j
of a.llltutcaUd. new wife ... < the farmers of tlm und offering rf Ib,- IInh' nf t-lorlila. I In and) furtlradfiird hl'klll. P.o Hook C..untv. I I loridn anti, n".rwn., t I. .I
lake-s ) country
of the 1. 1.M". ,nnd t in t
today .. 1..0 .
h'rl ci-rtatn ...0 lth .. ami,, ,
.hZ '''' uimn' that judit.mi .>fHrmifonl mm .In. ,1! n.ti noonlut In 1 1
of HIV l
.1:I ,t'AMtSI:( I
Inventory 'Con"ll.8 by J. C. Penny, them land upon terms utatU'II.th'e .tit thtrpln ptndinv wl.rrl..1, H. (CultCnmptiio "I'uhl.. ). 1..urI. Hook 5". ,Ins T70. of 'tht. puhli rrcordaof i
.. ii i l'ln"f.nt t'otiy. Mradftnl ,' Fh'riiln1'ioniliuturv ,ti I I II.
those which run
: bu Paul RobInson GkjBei owner of n national chain of l.tlilI us UI"1, ) I.. Crawford, ..r.'I.n.. I ,. lultinthlch. T".' \\ift, Imlf. of I tlit. Norlhwti' *. .ttrti'r| n...n'.* ,tlnitd, ,i 1 bruary 2ft, '( / t, '

I i I stoic-- and one of the ,modern lenders city holdings have h"1 ,. ."nt nplHnrn of ncnrd. in .1.luilumintHook ,. .f $rct.It'll Jfi ,low UK hip lit a South hang* 1 1"\>l( pdvrthlp' twti V<..,, nTttr 'inti','. In t h t'P 1 I
"The kind of now t. I lag.- 'in: ,,f I lluTulilir) % li.-cor.ln Nini'tti'ti. "r.;.nl. roniHtnitiir, t'iy i tIll nrrtmont .f I 1.rI, 11.ln. ffiOOO)I. mm If .
,ill the agricultural dl\'elop. tllh.hvisiol of I Ihi- aniil Hni.lfcir.l( r"mv., rlnrlila I Ihmp or !it'... IH'In* the ".* pmtirtv| ctmryotl n"tt;UN, Hunt I J

me-nt of Florida needed is i not l'Iml's.t of fifty Ipvit-d upon. and. uill ,.f fi'r for naKand -. \ l ty> t:. M .t..ho.. HH >pt>cinl Miiftti.r.to I'rommHury,, not* dated, Filruary. 2*. 1010 r ,

SALLIE GROWS : have even less than we foot lots but If \ or twenty wi .eli tn the hlllhiiit Hil.l. ) bpnt bidilt tm Anii'rtrnn, Primf, "'.nl.nny. A rorporiitinn I nynbl,. ** tt'n "... nfti "dati 'In th. a UMof .
DISStTISFIEU'I ha\'e. (Give the state, h,* snid, a million 'r. r.r caiih 'tho) following, climrribpd. AilmlniittrHlor of t tliu l-Jtlnlu of (Im. >i.>. 'Iwn Uundnil l ttllnni (10200,010.) mail ,
'I 1 hardl' think that wou11le pos. dirt farmers and it will be proof 11'11 farms, und those FI"I'hll linian t-rtv In tlradford Connly,, Moriila In.wi."r.p K Mftrkilllo. <....mutl.. by ilvr.1 l tUUtl, 11.b- i by: dim'I Hunt: : t. ;

Fmdinff an attractive house .>t almost limitless supply, he Hint, ct.rtain tract or imrcrl' nf In..I., l>'. "ninrft. I 1'17.'I nd rt-ci>rtlttl in l I'itl Hook! I..y nO' rental Curtiss thought against any possible d"PI'e.siol 'too and lit-intr In l"nM..1, ( (o"I'Y.' Mor. .M .loss. .\ of I IT l'tItlie, Kicvnhi. ofHinlfoul II Htifkmnn, ,pn>nbl. to MurMnrklllle. (
a !! \\n rca meant to be unkind but somehow Mr. IVnny explained in his continued U Ida mort. ,pnrliculnrlv ... ..d a. II,,' ,, ( ounly' t. I I.'rm. fil,.n .I ,

gonablc, was no eny matter.Vhik the prospect. of living in a lot'.iginnd d.tli "The Bumu editor points out that iiulhwit.1,' iiunrttr nf I thp Niirthpant' tilliir.tcr Hit, Ntrtl'nct 'tho Southwcutitimrfi .ludunt, riMo\pr4.<1 In the Ivl Court, t
working hm plans for gigantic agricultural j roieet in thtSmithm*! iiimrtcr tf tin., Souihvtnt ) .,. of Sivtiim 'Iwnnty.Hnl .t. Town.i nf l II<< t'trt! f.r. Pu\nl, County' FInn In thMinn .
he wn< (on u relinquishing the things, that (lay rounty, his method', of sd.t.inl in ten years California chew from ant q..rl.. anil thi- N.rhw.., ,eartrof *.i Ip" Four, ((4i I South. of Ititntu, Iwtnty.two nf l"l\c 1,1,1, fl..n nil l 37li .

mining sublnision I lonki-d.. at all m.\ life, I had b"1 used to having from Iowa alone I 100,000( ( ( ) fin mers.tive 'tho .,. ... quartor .r ..'tlt-n) I.'. Kiwi Hiul, coiitiunintt, forty norr. mor.. or "n I..ln". aol,1 I
colonists and how they were 'Inunnhlp 6 South. 1"0", .1 I runt: cult,, h... IH.inn tlm eaton r.'y, ..n".y.1 l byI ft l I, 1 lords .1..I"m.'n', hook F. ) I
)iiany places. was none too rosy. being to establish them- ( this state a million dirt farmera ..Inlnl 120 ...., I I': M .1.htm. UN "".. ,,"'r. 'to itt* ."I";"fi. of tht 4urrtni I'ubllo Rieordu.of I )

One afternoon Harriet Crawford "Now look assist.t and put twenty milKvns of our ,,,,, t-ntp to mitt plno* nn ti Ird) 'iItv Anurfrnii,, '1'runt <'.,inpnny, n Ct'riHMHlion. I Pmnl, <..iintrtoridn
here Sallie, worn selves, a that I is attracting.attention / : : of iht. 1'i-tiiti': of l tutiriii .
took in her limousine Im Mav. A P PiJA!' durintr thf I stat) hnui'itof t\tlniituotininr m I !Intlfmi, nt nTo\t 'nt| n 'th. CMI Court
me, on a out with your complaining. You've throughout the country. Ih're. to work and we will isurethe nalp..aid dav bplnir 'the frat, Vtoniluvof ?I' MiirKllllt l t *. tlfctnpttl. tlnl'..<.l J"nary 1.r I. of 1..1 for Pu%'nl County rtorldn in

hou.e-huntmK expeittl l ,. < \'ai,Ift. I tin. riuht: I lltinlrM I'nrt.-rh.< Hiul.

whom she was man'ie the moment you found out that you along] obvious he snid n..K d""roKliol. I South, )j ilnor tilt I .nn. Iriinit, I Ibp I front I ohr and, Miittl I Ic f> I..hr ami nrnnlnl. '
;ion of a fabulously wealthy fan. were to have two paths, coastal cities but of our whole coni- ,door of I I.e.. Court II.UM.. I In, Hint-lip.' Urn'If. I- tot. 1hl'l.' t 'tO, HIM. .1! ".uth,'! hll nf t I"t tMm ltr'i, luii .lutlKtnrnt, II..k I Ivr. pntro 2\\(*. of
going to give up "One runs down to the ocean anti t.l I Ci.iitil I ii .. X\ii of I L t .
fly] and we had bccuniu! quite intimate I iTitflWt'ltlth.Vu will, answer, too, "> ." ma nld h.1 .hhl..n. t Iht rurrrtit ,puhlfo rrrordn of Puvnl CoUn
few luxuries.Vhile I was once VV .1.I I l ttl: I of Sa'tttt. I' ,itflilM' 'n *h'.
with them because of the fait more It isn't the the other, enters til8t ilt.rin' the severest elitlii-ms that me,? being SI hiriff, llrnilf".Id. I..'I'I''IO'.1., .. .I.ln. .,m Township" 1 I.,i\i. r', S"'h|> tf Hit HIM' ,P..l'l.rhll. nry Ptfrr- In 'the mini nf On.

that he and Curtis had been classmates jlttinl stnrh',1 I lands whosefeitilitv and productive I ii .r I t. I lli t/m.i I '...nty-t,.t. I iJJt I I i'tt, ( IIH xhitun nit tii in' IhtDdrid, 1 TMnly'iMiiht' nnd i in.I 100 Pnllara
first that 111'S investmentshave possibilities ijmi >st ir.t',1 alin.t 011 olrrltionl. \.n. for 1'lainllff;, 4..tt-4.lO of BHliI. miMion" ,. TowitHhit nttil, miikc.,, **.mtl ( (1:'M lIlt' ni/ninot' A. .1 fm.n. .r.I..t| t
at college.It been swept I.avinhim surpass that we nmp I., Inn f ilt.-t, I. fl.rk.ffu., .. tf ( rtuil Vnrrh 1, ID) 7. I In t ht Tnhlic, ... ,1 i

didn't take me howoxei', away imagination. chieflv sellish i inteiestswhich ('0\1"1111:F IUI SA I.ENITICF ('titirl I In I tlu* City tif Miult, HorMn ,Hitl.i', 'r County. Florida t ,,,' I
lonl. alinoftt] I've expl.imi-il At the when frol County,, on \lay.. On' *' I III I t if mat, II
to the of "trmHII1 present timt> I person I imagine themselves i .10 .lntn, f I'minty. S,nl.lntot 1'1", ,* I'romhiHorv noti, diilcd, PtTimlwrtl
analyze to i take injuic-d l IS III 111" MV C.IVKN thnl pur. | i> t '. I '
jou) I Irno..o > \ .1 pntntti' 'to
me IonIc; I? 1< intuit hv v
says h, is going to dtx'rt. nf t h" Circuit Court, nfllmal .i'at''tIti, I IM cnntnininu 1..1"
the House of Cia\vforil. She wa, t to"t, affairs Flul.ila.Ir. bj our. ProsP'ritY.Vt.! will !lie- lr hli .. II I.' Miirkillli, ,'. In lIe, I,". of Onllun.lrt.1 ,
mv roeMnldish"dnnd I '. tnon liulmliittrout I
dntpil) 21nl.llt.il iwi titra'n .
M Penny ho (.n"t. 11..1.11. M"lh 1' ,, 1 ,ifttiti PnUnr On.
( )
undeniably snobbi-.h. l.rsf] a with little faith nnd. encouragement .1'durI. /lnll'll. able to dl.tllstl'ltl1 more* : ,!. .h.1. 'rnln .'a",.,' now thtrpin1iiiillnK .bnlf of ntmilitiK .1''r.." uhlrh I I.ynurrtrmnt llundnd, .' wintv, Mnllnni, U\800, m". nntl .I
hiM of luxury, she! was I means that is going 101 clearly than we can now that we in I ,"., ry. wht',,',n KUYA1.C.rXlltl.F of the pnriim h.'r..t., ....1 I hift 'i'wnty'fie' (15120 nOl Polliir I I ? '
th'r' on !your pint, the ida's beaches und const 's. 'I 1 I ; ; \1".IJ I I n .mm., r \I""\. lit,. .r,.vt.r opt n 'tu ,publ,e I trfl anti 1.I"o 01. 1.1 .
unaware that them were ( whole thing would be ,'as,'. Hutyou're lt 11m me building a new empire, a new fit, Etem; ,., frii.nd. in the, cump.linniinl. I Uu- atc, |>n.'p.riy. .on'ynd by r? Mlohnn I |. 11
who were not in the game financial : interested, personally il both theroust I towns and cities, its ; '. .,..11.\1'1\I I I. MMtMlllli. .1,.1alw .1 ,. Spi.rlnl Mnwti, to Tinim, .rinn l 1..Ilrl..n. TWm. In tin. of Ft ft". \
so unwiinl to snmfi.p I and the interior and it is "lpireith I arc ,' bplnir ran No. <. ,' rrn.t <'otafly., ,| H corpoiiitinti., .. six nn.1 I ttIl.lttI( ,Pt'ltnrt tOOt 'Ilt' aiinlmt
etatus. Naturally she took ma to few unnecessary pleasures iiil] up-to-dato transportation, excellent
fee large and, pre-pnsse-smir' )1lIe4 ray firm belief that in the il.1 Kinds, public utilities i I and In .,,nnd..I"n.1.. an ordind .nti,I Idirtctttl "nrldlh'I .ili-ct.n..I., by tltnl. itnt.'.1 '\ ,. I II 17. ,nnd,I iwnrdcd. In Chi". rv Or.lirItiHih
worldly possessions that the effort future the expression 'woare splendid< t thtrt-in iCier for ..! and I '1 nnil, r..I".I fn I>,.i,tl Mitok J:1. lour I II'' inttn 81. ,,f tlm Current, .
whose owners were abroad or in i" uh'/ly ruining your disposition i- 1.llt. I with the utterly indespensuMe ag- t>pl| nt luililie, n..lnl.1 ant, ntilcry t .' thi> '''' 24 nf I HH.I I'uUir,, Uicnrtl of Hr..|. I'nl.tir) rtttonN of lit., nI Count? Plnrlila.Pritmlhiorv f j {
going to ForlII'] will cover not nliio nit made ly, W T filch.dtitrd s
Florida and who wished to lease ric-ultuial enterpiise-s without Fault. door Ptixal., County Courtlloiino f.-r.l ounly. llorl.ln. .
homes for the only] our marvelous heat'ties but i there be well balanced In thp Ct,ty of liickunnvillv, Florida 1' followlnic I l.i, t In Unktr CountyKloridn INbrunrv, 2. lotS' In thp nutn of HI* O tiInttrl
their cason. which .
can no Pollnnt ( no). (1.
bt-lwcun, the houra of oclock anilI
11 IdOl .
tn I.n.lhl.
a
Mv wide in will I t tI
Finally: I thought I iuicht as eves oprnod amiue- i iu'h"lI .II orchards timberlands i clock p. tn. on Monday. May Sril. liunih V M..kl' 1..lhr' with ."* off ,
w1 nit'nt'iiS this Curtiss ? He plcl',1the IrOltrl8s. fulluHinit d..rI., lamia.' and pmpprty 'I'lit, Northut-tit' lutirtir' of the nnrthn "I''h .. ".1 .ronb..d In Hook ''T'. pnitftdj '
to frank with her about the tjpo I ant farms. not be difficult the-n to on thc tt' nml. ctinilitinnn. hcrvtnaftt ,' *.t uuiirit.'. 'r of Hiclhtn, I I Iwhtitn: in lownxhlp -. of II,,. Tiibllr, It. cord of HradfordCounty. .
floor and without belnadual.. Thp .n. .
quote-d a widnlv ) of I'w nlv utithHHt '
wanted. that building I hnt South' It.." Florida1'roniiHHi .
house that we make clear our r at t ) : '
ly in a rage ho was ] moved Known writer who snid Itpil'e f.rh : coiitnitiitiK' t I in forty ** HH. more, ,
1,11"y recently rlrnt TrartThp .I i noti mat I H llnnllnir.
I
"Just a small place, explained requires workmen, .1"1.1 concrete' ftillowfnu, flit.1 or lies. 'l.Ivg, tht I, > an, proiirty, eotivitilhv ? Knoo>. .I".t, I IAutfiiHt
: onunlyFlorltla 1'lfly ibdlnm ($
inwardly( by what he there boom Floiula 'Hi.- .r
was that l.n.h
"wo can't afford anything very /'ing. was no in hardwood machinery, scum, I : 1'i M ..,.hn., ..' SpiTlnl,. Mimtrr to ,I hoAnifricHii I ,1 22. IOU' imynllv' tn (I F MarkIllli .1'.1'I" ,

\\ithout waiting for ray reply, he! the intense activity in tho state-, anti that lot of these Ono hundrtil, right anil elhtyait' hun. 'I runt I,.ompHtty, n ciirporntion.,* I I .. nnd unit ".Ie m..'" by 8. I IF IlitnliBifilulKil ,
of ;
good a Pt f tin I KHtnt; tar
"
financing UK <
.h.I"I..n.or
luukinl. : is the realisa] .ittha j UOnHOi, at-rtn. nitir or l i.... titncribvtl i ) I ,) piTimbir Cff 1112 for the elm of
upon growing K. by, ilttit, tlalnl' librnnry
she interrupted1Salsby hl"l.'t must to us or indirectly M"rklh' t."I. I .
"Sonesl'nsl. come dir..ty aa coinim'ncinir .1. liuhtwoodloat f R""rnty.hl and HA IOn() 1 1.1
told me jut last night( that "You girls] of this generation lack its incieased productivevalue. from other It will marked "\", on the South bank of 1'17.' 47. l of lIt,nloil 1'ulillc In Dtiil Itfronlitof I.o.k"N" 'titMi t her wit.''h unrt-cnrdi..d .ln." '.rnnI, 06 ''o
1
( Mv I'nttnburir, "rwk. btinit .the Nonhunntctrncr I''w' it'll, nf Sil., of a anti' eirtaln hotinhol.l
Curtiss \Vriirht had already made I courage absolutely. You Iun't fate' I not l> difficult to make clear to t>l a tract ut .lanu, c* nveycd '.li nnkir fount'r. FlorhUTho rlinitilHPi : h... .

name for himself as an enjrmeernrrchitcct any situation that isn't al honcj- "It is I stupendous fact that 'JVe all our succc-ss is distributed \atndtf? ty, R.I'. Ft-rria on January, 1INTfl \ folluwlnit, I.Hiut. Ilt Duvul CountyMornlH ,firli.nry .t. ertf In th* mtm. of Tiuhtllundnd I'' i I
that
suckles and can support twelve million people) 1 rtinninir, thtnr duo fUiuth. ,' along : "lucntv.f..ur nnd 11:' 1"ft' I>""." '
roses.
( I believe that's what he at your and thnt our prosperity is share, :I Iby 'the Flint line of Vatal..',. land flfty-oiul.t) T,'n I lIlt) urn... rim,- or lift,. In Kirlinn "O.:* BM; \. mtrri-d In th* "th* Clriult Court

called himself) anyway, he men.tioned nmcHtors! Those* pioneer women without crowding and still supplvthe the whole nation."I and twintypiubt' hu"d""l., (OH.2H) chaIn I.'ifly-lwu t ifiJl I 'lowitKhip, 'I I wo >,M I oiithHnn ,I,. In I nnd? for Pntti-r County. Florldn, intnlitntI

that who crossed the continent in those rest of the United States with thnnct. taut: nh..n, ,0 ,.I.blh... hundrtdthn ,r,* '1'wi'nty,upvi-n 111 runt: hnrmninulit .1 I ll. Mnnn ,finiliiit In ,morttiaic frts.< 5
several developments do not suppose that any of f9S..h.ln.. N"fh 'oIliu n ,.point thv W..- I hn* of a it, l ,.f rloniin' milt brnntrht, ) bv Th Am* rlrnnTru
he already has to his credit" lean days of the covered wagon. winter .I.tables and fruits, aug 1'.Unh.r" C..k. thi-nce midCrtH ttn ncrm now. "wn.1 by the .. "of SHIHriiriiiirhiitl t (' .nInny, ni 'ttminlntrntcr of the

to into Think of the deprivations they suffered nlltinj our to more ( Continued on page R.) >k r"l"wln., Ha antlprlnua' to t the .n'l two him,".Irtxl I thirty.HMi t tI Fpilnl of (I F Mnrkllll palti 1 dcflrltjnrydirnt '
I couldn't bring 1)'sel (go plncp : bplnir part of the hnvioK )bi' 'n ntiriMl on th* I 12lh .lav
million .r b..lnnlnl i JIlt i f*'11 from *It .rn..r i
f".I.r".1
detail about our recent financialtroube and look at their spirit! It thln ole cars annually NOTICE OF HFCTIOV: tract O. Mrlntyrw to 8 I'. of unlit 'tin ( l 0'> Ncr .1" ( thmrrSmith tr brunrv, O'l 1 ", nnd rivurdi, In th* -
the b hind he .declared. 'The of h. I Iy, dit-il rt ,.. th form,-, ,. tfiHht imt ,,) nrord of pud,! ronnty I
and besides new acquaintance was women <' the men that population Ily I I lit mwi> viNttcl I thim. Tl'lit- ') rr n .. amiina fifty I 160)) ,h'u r ** wt-Nt public
my the United States is | r, 1..0, ,public, nctirdn of Duval, County. Florida, In ,t rod anti. ont-hnlf I INHV" 12)) l'rnIytrv note tInt*,) AuiciiMr, SB !1M! I I.mndn I.
d nltutytwit
was not the sort to inspire kept them going and made them increasing lit nf Ilhle In.t..I.n, nf. IrnMuro lip> htlilnn Hi.id IliHik! "i K" at paw 8117. and alao beinv ft.ft to a stake then imiith, 4" ,!i'gr.a' *.HHIfour hy Adillni* Pvhf anti O P l>vlra, in I '

confidential disclosures. With fit, for their shining achievements.Here the late of one* million every 12 .' .. .h'r'v .1.)| "'v'n'h..I.'I.n.|, HUH. nl IhpRChmil 'the name tract nf laud cnnve-ycd I by SarahI luin.lr.il, 1 ncvtntv-two ((47i! fwt to a I Hiurn I, ,,, nf Klwht Miindrr.! pnllnm i$ 0ft.unlpnvnblc I
rtrrln to Mary Markllll. by tlfotl n mnt I abe Mntlir, Hnnk, totrithir with)
months and ] the thin north fifty ((50) 'icgr'rs to
its wealth at late .
her beautiful home her smart Im asking my wife to live ; hniimM, In thi- following nsmi, tlmtrutM cnrdi amonu naid, puhlla). rpctiriln In liitHllloik right.I"k. hunJr.nl ninety' .,two anti, .>mhnlf1HUJ tnortirnif, of vvn ditto n.rnriI In Vnrtvnar .

and endless servants it simply a comfortable burgulowwith of $1J,000OOOOIM I ( ) (() The demands i tr, .hrt tlmitrtmtwR ,'nrl, anti an.i I ) "X". at pair HO. I 12)' fi.11 to n .'.k. tlun Hlitntf thwtwt |ltttok HB |>nu* H' of the Piiblfe, Ki* *
clothes for we the mlllnvn for the pn,nlnK yaraF.r Also a tract of land dincrlbpct aa eommpncinir boiimlnry, nf tn lot bilonvinicto tirdn nf Puvnl Count, y. F1,,rl.la. a
would be impossible for her to me and you'd think I'd asked hit pro.I"'e are /rowinl .the purpnncof ImhlinK Mniil rli-rtlcm at ,h Norhr... cornpr of a I |I'r A I......y. nnil h tall.. tin I 110'' acre h'nnlpa'ry ntt. ,lntnt, ptmbr? 1 lIlt ItIHW7

understand or sympathize with a you to share a life of abject misery. accordingly; ,tarOinj significance In cnrh ,h...Irl. thv fnlluwintr tntinniiirtnro tract of land convt-yml t Martha F Frpnchby lot of the of In. CiirmirhMl., toplnco I mad* by T f* I tartly In the num of

The trouble with Sallie is that begins to us n"I".ln..I.| | l follow* : I ,iltpd from Eli V.lldr. tlatptl FtbruarvInt ,.1 biuinnfnir. 1.1" lb. ..m. p""t i iirty Ono Hunilrrd, anil fifty I Pollnri I lflROtHI I ') | '
prosperous condition. you upon Cni-on : Mimnwi.rn. H .1. Alilirmnn. I I I 11'1. antl -orilid, amonir thp fiirmt ronvivni by (nrl NIle, nn KiwrlnlMuni t l'tn't tar with unrt'forded cnttci) m"rS.
Its Later I the eXcuse of let- jou've been in the lime-hght so'' that the spot of production for citrus Ct: A I''rnl.n' nnil Hi.n lorlnirRosier I ",. rt.ordn nf Duval (''Ily. tlnrldaii "'r t ti. 'ri,.. Anitrinin, Trimt ('.mI"Y. a stoic n a printing, i riiB ami othir pcrwoaal 5

gave thechauf'ur long that normal fruits and winter vegetHblestan : Miimiuc, .1. )K Hotili, Jan Pf.tl Roth ""0". at I'."* 11. runntnirthtnrp ,, rporntlnn. nn AilmtnlntrMlor. (if .th. F. t>r*rty .
terwritnl and so she: ordered any plspe'tivl I ..I. nnil .Inn. r.nnUnnGnihnnr South Iry.h', 51,51) ,,. twpn.. tnto of flinrK K M..kllin. 'lw.| n'l. I I'romlimory nl. mmle hy W, R KI-WT,
to turn buck and take you might have had is blinded--, never be enlarged. Our only : M.nn"r. .Inhn Surrpncy I t.nl"h((2N) linka I.. th.Stiuthiaitt eurntr .t. 1.1 (Intel ,,.. ft. "* in.I' ncon1.itIn dnlid Sntiinbir 0, I HI 4, In the ium oflino "

hotel at whichwe jour view-point of life is out of ;I competitor is Calfornia. but it will n WnnHIn' Km) C FoirlNPW tract : th.nr Writ thrif, bundnul, I ; :Pdtl: Itnok ; t niri* "Ji: of the rurnnt Uundnil iNdlnm (llUOIO) ). paynbltr t* ,
me to Tulwiler be sufficient Rlvpr Mnnniftm J. F AdklnaB C""..flifln I C.14-M I fitt, lluticp, Norih, fiftviirht puhlio, ), """Iy. l1orMH C ** A M Plnw fi'Mi r toiiHhir with un*
were staying. focusou're pouting now b.culst,I my purpose to F llinfnunil, t O. W. AmlrpwiiSnmpmtn t .IftR) chalna twpntv-cluht lInks andraralltl alan nii>rdd rhnttil mnrtirnu on crop, 'm
can't be the Youcan't remind you that the noi.thorn boundary with th firnt, llnp rt-t.f to Mlir1'i.ll.l.iiru I'roniliHMrv, note, joint anti tirvral, maSs o,
Curtiss came in at twilight you lea.lng Ildy. I : Mnnnir. C. B. llrown. J. T. The followinic J.I"n.n', '. nn<.1 l uthi. rl'r 1'
When ,iM. r
Cn.k thinpp Fat alnnir ,nnldrrprk by 4* K Mnrkilllu nnd J 8 Trie*, 4lilninry
he 'found me sitting bp.id. be anj unti I get on I of our state is south of the Wynn anil. M. Varni.1Impt"n to 'the point nf hpplnnin' : cnntain-, '.'p* rtyT : ir>, OtIS, In the nnm, of Fifty

and sullen. my feet, but my you undiistund southern, boundary of the '(joldenBar. I M.n."... A A. Purilon,, ( I In" thirty ,HIM, arrpn. more nr Inn,. ,and >if>clinry tii-rrr' .nti, >..l Juno 1 Itt. 1117. I Pollnri, (Slit 0(1)( ), nynhlv to I i.ntt.< HnttrHnnk
window unsmiling I. In the nf I-nnr,. II .i red,. Ninety t -thn' ( II
the "
'r nwhorn >ncl J. V. Jon. hi 'inr, bn indiHl on I Ito Kitt': thp InndnIformtrlyi "" ,, ,
\\hufs\ up dearest ? Where's that Sallie? Hit I vOle; ?>rf : MnmiKir K. I- I.,.win. J. WIitrta of Mr,, Mnnliirklllli, nn thpouthj ant 2H.ion ('Inllnra ( >4in2N> .n.1 I riTonlfiton l >< fit-l. nry thirii* nuni I nut (J \\' lohnn.In ,

I gamed in pmutlo., "the helpmuteof "Farms generally throughout nnd B. I.. PrpucottI by the 'Inndn) (formirlvl' of W How.din 1 inn.' G41 of Hook ff. of thu Minuti. ofthi I tht', Hum if One Thoimnnd on* linn, ,lrdnnd
my life of the party ? | the of fifteen ,. w. KICK LITFR ,.n I Ihp W,., ly thp I landn t ffnrtnirlvlof I 1'1..1 I ,, f't'iirt for Urmlforil. County' tw. nty.iitht nnd Ofl.1'MI' IMlnmiftl ,
No answer. a working man, doer, I common country ) 111 I not ( If R ChslrnitiflS'r.I Ph Vnlndiand, .) on I th,. North I b* MlirPotlHluirtf n..hln. I h Kndt I, i'nti'n'..1 I fn th* unit brought, by

tell about it," ordinary( I if you dollars, per ,' in twelve months ,,,v WIIrINI. I-1*.M.lnir part of the T>,'firffnry Thrri*. *-nti.nil. Jnnunry' '12.I II,i, \tm i ,,lilt 'I't I Hi'-' <'-ttn i.,ut\ na
"tome now us ul wish 10-1.tl1 undc-r. I und sell for one hundred to I Hi I nilrirlm ".nl't nnd I It.. .",, land, pnntvtd I In I DM. a" nf Thrtf, nnil 71-lull P.t- 'dmiiiiHtrafi, .r of t tie I 1,1,0,. ''f (1, FMm .
he pleaded ( over and gently to remain wih me fl'OI 'ttOTICE! \ It, Miirv, Mitrkllllf-! I h, tlr' ..d nvnr,It,d 111.'Ift' 'M find" ttnntol "tl I tag*. 1't; I oflltMih h Iii t" n..'ulr.pit. n W Jhrta ant.
face'ominl Hut he coullttudy those conditions act plrarnr.tly three hundred imnl, fifty pi"I aeio. nun, .ntr th, viml I ,tihl, rivorln I In Ili.itlMnok Hi l I. of I HiMinittn I, t of I tho ('I ran it Alt it .I..tin. sit,.1 .1.'fi.. ,ntv, dxn

tilting my so about it you can make me very happj Land, here Jields from one iiunilied In .ll.. TtkthjuicInI. (firm! .f 'IIIInti. 'tnZ at Pan 4mSpcnntl mirt for Mrn.tf'i'l' f*.,",,1 v I i"ttrlInh''firl'nry : i..It'f ) tntirid, on S't'I tirnhir 1', lOIS, nndrin.rdid
expression. Tract I 1 in Minufit, Hook ft, t tag" I Ut( ufti. II
.
"Oh,my I guess I'in still under the ', if not then there is only] one to two thousand dullnis 1"1' ri.,tnt. 'y lr. .'Ilorl.h.. In In nml rhnnpiryOpirlnl for IrnM... 'Dip), folltmlnir! Inndt, ,to llrntlford, \ and' I!'I r i In, tht. Hum Pirn of r".0, I ",Unnnry".! Twrnu 12 I I It' I i'h.lc Itt-ronltt, of Itrndfonl, f',ninly., 1,' tI

Crawford" I other course that in open. You nay ace. \\'hlt final valuation does Till School ,Mini, Hit Niiinliirnl', I Pun fi nnlltMl ,1"7.i "17- inn tIll,",.. I frI<"' ( tun't) nrtinhilin 1 loridn ,
influence of Ilrriet of t I.. ? i < 't"r q. i lion$ <|l. 'tIlt I Pi fir, i nry pivr< i> f'.r thr, until of TwoIhindrid
I MnutiMof "
said he "ut .down beside me. M Iy return to your father until I ('a"Wuo this yield suggest for out tillable Kluhlun I of I.nM..1. County., I 1'1.d.ln.. In T".h" 1".1",., 1"'h Pence Ttintyi"D lit,laud. (Ircuit 471' of,' 1.k for Sit Iirnlf.ri.I I h<' ('ounly' 'Iw,'ntv, -H|< Htxt, in MM) llollnraIJ .(

as vou with f'-Hum-, Hiroage ? The repoit of the I'II.n. ) Fat. b.'tnr thi "I'r"t"rty, h.r.to.f.m 1 loritln ", ( 'rt ir>) i'n tt'n'I Ht/nlnut J. II Ti on inHi a.'
'
tone was sullen. hl.k I l'uil.dtatl r.n'r..1 I bv P: M a. Si-tinl, : I I, f..r.1..HUM' milt, triPUKht by 'Tho Ann'rit It
"She does act a bit Kit* e," he- "I 1 .tlrh.,1 to re-ply. vv nat my an. DopaitniLUt) of Agriculture. Slnlp, of. I' tnrlituId .i.,.r I, Thp.mirlpan" .1.11''r..t. r"m"y, T 0.lr"r., Pi, rrit* .."1..1 I fiimmry, ,I 12I'MT .. t n,n Print,, 4'oiii| n'ty. nit Admitiiiitrnti, I 5
Hponili'ntNotlrc | ",. xi.i in tif flu Ibii'miiiKl, fi\ I I" MurMllitt J.If I.
slums nn average crop return 'or a inrporittlnn tlrnliiiNf' nf I HIP I Kntnti : tf I |In. r lnli' of I I. UMMtnat
admitted, but my dear, you'ie su' swer would have been, I do not I. hi..liy trltpn 'to 'thi- piilillc), nmtInximvtn ,.r tr.rv.: .F rn'o, |....niti.tl )byilml 1".1. forty-fuur, .,,,1| 10100' 1''""",, I, 'l'l.t I it nl tntirtd, on thn 1'th tiny
attractive that you know hut I I (Ohio of thirteen dollars und thirty-I I 0 nil rilln'im I of Spi-riiil 'lnrcr.nol ,\ .In'0 .lnln" "rlllh.1 I 1 .rpcnrdi.il In I 0'>. fin.I, rc"(>rilf,... cm icon 4'.2 oflloolt of hint' I tIll, nml, n'conlt'd In I ha I'tiblmKionlt

much more being womun-lk. suppose six cents acre. 1 used, to, think < Ill-i>l 'riot Nlimliirnl 1 10. of Urnilfonl Hull l ... 21 I 'v. I! nf Ih,. ,inihllp, ri cnriln HU of tlio Mimit.-H, ,". of ,I4ir, Circuitfturt : of Nii'inii ounty. MorlilaI 4I.
frhould! get quite a kick out of would] have It.mrt(1 to defend my 1"1 County' i Floriiln. nnil ni ''nmnn I Inti.n..'li.ilthtrtin ,, nf n"I .. Coullly, riurltln, ) : altofourth fnr 1..0".1 <'oimiy. I'InrhlnPi I I.rnmf'-ci,, ,rv n<>t U' ntndi hv J, l I. Hlmrhnuin ,

in the of Mrs. Ciavv- position. UO\\'lv"r. he silenced me I hit II man who did lot own I quarter S thHt. on tin. .,' .. nf ",".. A I* \ ptiunl, dl\Moti I) nro.r.llnir i. 'thiCntprnmtnt .flrd.nry firm> .., .*nti..l .In.n" 12 dnliil, I I"'lrnry 14 1014 In th* sum
picscme
the words of the .section was not, a fanner" but IK'jn:!, n't tin .'.h.k A. M. hi. llnmimlili. . a.. '.
ford." hlfurl nplnin! in A 1. Ailkitm 0".. of m thp .luilwii .f thif Noi-thpa fnurth nf Iwtlon Twinly.twnI "..Jnn I pdltnrn! I 11tltI? tIn> I. HIH! r'crtt't. 1 ont run d by rhattfl, mnrtirntfi' upon twonty-
"It Isn't that Curtiss it's just sentence" had, been littered. todnj a pioneer Florldl on '." afortwii, 'il. will ninr I Iho nlioxp, ,tn I 221 Townnhip FIn.. I r i qui, h. nf tinny' >ni/o 47fl II.Mik Sic of the M miliii, of I thrf fit,' bind of mill Ie an tb',MI'ribi, 'd. nad! moitpyiipi -

such awful lot "No, I don't want you to twenty acres can raise more, earn t.I.o. pmip upon tht. I.s lion of iiHlil Gli| .. T pnty-two li.'i Fat .rp pnitirularlvilt trcuit' Court for Ilimlfortl, Cnutity, Plor luinif, ri-rordi, l In afortuait Hook 79.
an
that they have d..il. more and with greater (- than .111 tphnnl Olmrlct, N"ml..rro Kiuhlion ;, ) .Berlin.d an follown Cnntmpnrlnir at the lon : I'npy" I 114 of the I'uhlie Kt'it*run uf Uuva

of everything" I (concluded. "Look In a hurry. This is I 11.1. 1.1, I .of ItriiiKonl) ''''.. 'I.rll. for Nnrthupnt cnrnt nf 5 tiithwint, iuarttr,, nf firlcncy pi,rrci* .ntt.r.*l Jnnunnr, 12, ('ounty, Florida '

home its simply stunning vital moment in our Sallie, the prc'cc-oding, generation raised on nn n... nf ..10 l ) CoorS ,, ) f-on Nrtint nunrftp nf fiction ..w..n'.n2' 1M7.I In MIM I MI,i in of Two llnntlntl,, Forty A |iirt f nlvrifit Iti 'f nki' Hut Icr Tt*,
at their think j\"es. nearly two hundred acres." l.mlnl$ ) .,,").In honilit) In )1h. tif. Twtn I/" 'Townnhlp Jive /flit qmih rif n.nnTwtntytwo "., imp fin.I 70.100) ) 'fl'4170> nn.l n<. friy'ratr Cttmnny" a pnrtntrahlp ha.
I .n O"ln.
!" ant want you 1'1 ty 1 Thtinwnnil. Poltnrn 'iltnominn 122Fnnt.\ nnil) runnlnir, thincnfnMt con hi I on lava 0 of thi Mln twiin i.! F Mnrklllli anti.) II J. Stewart
Mr. asked if the V' 1..k
it cost over a hun. going out for walk and when I Penny Congress 5 tii.na nf Ono .. each litnpInir I ...n.v.. 'tuo.tlilrdn, .0. more nti-H <.t for ,
"Ought to be, I 'h".nno P"I. nr l Iwn. thence .1. "I."lt 1..0 All of 1h* rlwbt, titl and Intornt of
nUly "I.)
Besides Salsby had return you can give me your de- was not ready to agree! that the IntprpHt ,* |ii-r ppnlum' ".. thence Wt 1.1 '.nix tnt ani mnrp) twt wrTt {II",', FI".loal t tf finid ndininlnl rntur In Ih* fhlowlnii, | d t** ,

dred thoulall. subdivision business had been overdone "..r ."'im. pavHhlp) ,.mi.annually natit thir,). rtitln, .or i Imn. I hpni-p north,I "'flrli.nry fhTrr, .ni.r..,1 l Juntmry I2. to'rboi, | n>pf rty local.ani lyIng In A In*
a bunch of gold-dust handed to cision. IH.rtiln, ),,. ," Imiiiiil) for .the ,,,ptirt-tmp ..r pur flat mtrp .i li... nlxty 1 ml 17. In thi.nim, nf Four Humlml, t Hn.rttly. I rhim County Florida, Thi* Ntrthraot quar
silvc-r platter In fact I ( Don't miss faille's Answer Next "Frankly if we are thinkin/ .h..lnl .I. i-rpctinir Nchnol liuililinir' ,anil' A I." a onp.fnurth. equal dlvlnlnn arcnrd.Inir fivf. ant 41100!' ) l. .. (I47B41O.. anil rreorfliil I ti'r i f ?Hictii 1 1 I. TowriNhip 7 South Rant*
him on a here huve I Week.) of permanent values and. we .. Hnmt In Stitslnl, 'ri. SrhotilDlHlrlcl ) Onvprnmtnt nurvfv of 'the nnmtiMnuthwrat on ins' 400 of ilk! A of the MloutiH IM rnttt. I,y rivon of that certaIn n.-

all the chaps Ive met would insure the future of the Numliprpil) FiKlitisn.; or R.no..1 fourth of the Nnrt hitantfourth of 'ttm rl"i C""r fur ItrmtfoH. ulifiin'ii, of Mortftr.nimade by C W.
seemed to hit in one way or S Connly, FlnrlilaNtitirp nf 8i let that make I NEW_ IU\IC: State, I consider it unsound on,1unlconomi'al I In hi-n.hy irlvrn I,the ahtivo n.n. I ly fant of ahnvp 'nprltipil tract and nf Ihp Pi.flrli.nry Pi-rrv. i.nti,'ri>tl) li.bnmrv 12 2. I. but arknnwiViliftd Mny 2. 1111 $.
anotherAou musl't The hope of our ptl to show catinn at the llrnianil place camp dimi-nninna and area being the I'117. In thi. Hum of On. Thou,*n ml Mint and r,H'orl *d In Mitrtitnu f,It'n .ni I AMitfnnirnt .-

Besides >'ou'l naturally New River, April Ifi.-A party ri.fnalitivp. .'..11..1. If any thy hnvrwhy prt.pt.rty e"n''y".i l by If M. Jtihnu SPP.clal .m., irnmlrM' Rvtntylfht| ati I 2.lIlt PolInm Iti-rord 8. pau t6* of th* pubHi A
you unhappy. with, girls who Miss is the back coun Sal,! I..n... ," ntit htaliilntiHl 1 Mnntpr. to The Amtrlcan Tnint, .Com- III071 |12''. anti l ricfinlid on ,las. ) reoriln of AlnrhiiM County, Florltla, I
be thrown was given at the home of try. Not that the coast cities antl eonflrmptlliatml ran a ,,nrttrnlttn( a* Admlnintrator, of 4H| of |t.Hk SIn< of the MlnuH- of the or by r, iiwon of n dfid tji, ii.i F. Mnrkilll II
have You know water : Flora Belle Johns Friday night ) thin the O'h ilny of April. A. I D th* F.I.IP nf O F. dpcpanpdilntpd ('lr,1 r"r f'.r Ilrnilfonl County. Klor- I hy John K Howrll tInted January U, 151$.
plenty. I have reached, or even "n.kll. and riTord! In Ue.'ti.! ftouk 83.I 304of ,,
crowd approached 1025. .Inn 4 1"7.! pair
and the in Ihvil :
seeks its own level A few were present and all reported ...r. I.U.Pi th I, or.l. of Alaehua
muiie r* County.Moriila. .
will be- their full development hut it is my C. W. AIDFRMAV MtnV 21. pavp K2*. nf I hi- pill,lie rpcnnlnof 'flcli.nry floe TC.> f>nfi.r. .fnntiary 12.
jou'll be congenial with I i n nice time. earnest conviction that we muit (IRA I. Tltrk of (Irpult "o"r ofKratlforil ... 'r., Cnunl., Fltirl.ln. alanThe 1"17. In 'the Minnf, FlKht, | Hi.vcnlyMlx '
it that newspapers call Avy Renfroe last week in r..n'y.' 'ln.lo. N-rth half nf l.t, Flpvn (lit of anti on.100 Pnllnni' (1.t anir"rirlci An undivltlid, i>n* half ntrnt In oo*
what is spent 181.
back up the beauty ond glory of F. M Wtlnn Fifhltpn tll l In Townnhlp Flv ) on 4711 nf I A of the Croi,,iliutory not* mad by Lou Hrnnno*
itnyn
society
them ? Oh, yes-the 'spoiled I I Ciaim-HYillc; with her sister Mrs.[ n.I I our benches with a modern, farm Attornt-y JOINS I.nU'I"n.' 4.9.4.4.:1 ,ir.i, f I I J. Turner. ..Inlnl forty arc. of land mnrp or Irtin (' 'Y. '' : for the porn of Three mdrtd. and Fifty
darlngs., civilization of ",.In. th. tame prnpprty, cnnvpyptl' by F. ..n' .. Pidlnn, mono,, pnydhl to A. D A a.InwN ,
wonderful humour. storm.tar'h proucers. NOTICE OF APPIICATIOV FOR TAX ficlinry pi-rrn ..nti rij May 2. lOll
of the big
He was a The night Florida's today he- M Tnhnn an Sppplal Manti"r. toThp Amprlin .1 .fl'Jflnt by HiortvnK* on ral .tae
I can't even find did much supreme ( hEFt> t NI>FH FCTI' H71 're".* f a ppnrntlnn Ailm'ti' In Ih. Hum of Thrr Ifundri RI.y."n., In Itrnlf'ri County. recrird] In Mortgage
"But Curtiss, very .) intelligent TUB : .mr.n" anti.' 17.100 P'.llnrt iflflt 1 171 anti| ,rocnnlf "
twent.ffth. continued, is for industrious I :1 I'lralnr nf the Fatal' of f! F MnrVilllptlnttd r* ,kM", page 214. of the publla! r* .
a house to live in, 1 declared. going 'I damage part of the men and women who will latiuary Int Ifil7' and' rt.ordi'd In l on r."" KJK nf Rook Hlw, of th. Mn"t., tmlH of Hradford County, Hc.ri.1a. which
fprt.| |>y notice I. irlvpn that t. G. Tow ,>, the Court for Hrn,1fort| County.
the subject which was The most damage was Tit-til) n.. 21 rave VII of the I'ublie, Ht.nrtU (1",1 iiaiil, on-ha If Intrrimt warn n jlirni| tn
back to county. settle the land and, tlevelopalong pll purchaarr of tat aale eprtlflrali) numhprrd Florida
upon .r Florida alan nil Adrninuiiraior hy AiMiKnrnint ,'ecnri. din
always uppermost in our conversa- done about eleven o'clock that lines the vast rntprrtlvplr HI. HO. 17 Ml. IHD 24J Thp Nnrh.R..0. rn.n"niiartpp nf the: !South.vpnt Pficiiney' IMrf *.nlfr' *.t| rt. .)hrtmry, 12 Amiivnmrnt Ilouto 2. pair 812. of th* j
plenty of housesto night Thp barns of Mr. S K.: permanent 2''14 and IIS I..ur, br the Ta,< Collraf-r? diiartpr ,.? the Rnmtiwpnt tiuarttr of It'll. 'In th.urn of Four Hundrt'l Flirhtin' I'tihllo Itceonla of Hradford County. FIn
are ,
tion."Thlre nothing tillable] acreage of Bradford I Floritla Said eprtifl.rate Stationft' and" the Northfant tiuartpr, uf nn.l 40-100 Pollnrn 'ftlH4'i|. ant. rwor Iixl I- ltla.
had I concluded "but Crews kithel and three large oak numbprfNl. N4 86 and R7 btlnii o.'o the Snuthpa.it In the Mlnuti of the Crult( forllnkrr
be "We buy three times as qtiarfpr of the Htiuthtantiniartpp ourt 1'rftmhmorT not real.I by J. If Tlaon.ilntrd .
havinur sti Jute Ath. A. I D 1910 and cprclflraipa num.brnd '
as small as you insist on trees were blown to the ground. much in other states as we 131 and 1KB bring datrtl July 2. A. D of Spptinn 27 enmmpnplmr atHnuthwpnt (ounty, t lorirUFH : Kibruary 12, 1U18 payabl to O, F.
** Mrs Mary[ Thomas of Starke, ltlT! and errtifirau, niimliprpd 242 and Corner nf Stctltin 2*. and running .f,eli.nry P*orr ft. 1017 Mnrktlli one yi-ar aftvr datv In th* nuns
lets sell to foreign markets-food that i 244 brlnu dnlml) Auvual. nd. A. I I). IliOantl North nn Rpctlnn In. ftitir h"n..1. In the film, <*r s.." ifitxirnl 1".I..nln." of tine Thounand Dollar ill.000 00)).
word week-end., ,
and ,
.Insist1 is an ugly was visiting here last can b<> produced right here. Not ..rfl".t., numhrrpd I 11H bplnv dntpdJulr twtnry f'.ot fitt a of, ..Ilnnln.. ant 11-10 nollnra *t7t' |10. .no ".. Tb Hiiov* diwcrltwd |>r* prty will b*

say 'afford'' instead.. It'l just as Mr. and Mrs.[ C. C. Wynn all only is Florida the loser but the 2nd ). l 1115t3. .no hav* 1.0 laid. thpncw,'nr. North.tv two hiindrt.fi hundn-d nnd and n''forty... fttt' 'In hit Chancery f..n. ", .h.r,ItWrin Hook ft of, r',lluvnl.w" '102('.outity of. offvrd for nnl* ,anil rti>ld on the followlnifItrtjtn
eprtiflrati In and) mad.application aol conditions
find of Lake Butler, my thne ,. I"hlr t
Crows. .
Didn't you an.thinl Mrs I'. H whole world loses long went thl".n h"n.I. and wrn"I..t. P'Iorttahl'ficicy.
as in
easy. go th.se' for t. 0..0 lo lnnu uo thtnpp Rnuth two antl forty Thi land* ahov) Imtml, nndr the Klmt I 4
II B.
when went out with )11. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas, In- corilanev with I... Cm. .1".1 i'crn.* January 24. ,,
of Fait: 4ani
you millions productive acres .t. th'n.. nix hln.I..1 and nlxtyfift .n',0 Troct" will b* n ld tnmthrr an on* unIt
Crawford 7" Thomas and mother Mrs. Mary[ which Hal'l ..rilenl. rtmpi-rtlvply mbrat-c. tn 'th. ,">int nf hpirlnn nir and lit-inir 'IIlD' 'In th. mini of n.I..1| Thirtyfour th* lamia and othr property aba*
I idle. The great cities in wo 'h. Inl".n.. In 1..dln.o County In ptlnnn. .,. allnUip nnd Ir.n, ,fNilfnn ("A1 lIlt. .no l I pInt uni'r "S'rtnI Tract will, llk wi,>*
visiting "v."II. : .
look Thomas, of Starke were at th* the ,lauantp .tw..v..n rnMitt In .. ry r .. M. ".if*
\"e didn't Jt-cuttaltes. live, where we have erected marvelous ... .1..1.") landn' "' Townnhlp 1.1. Inib| toirfth ,an on* unit but the land
ueh rtificatrn, 'In the "t 'thi Ciirnnt Ii. ,
of nampnrpHpt -f r .r< of |Lltt.
using a word that here Suntlay.The and hinlded. M ". lt Kanirp twrnty.twn .tand 'o ,,ni'r, the "i"ictti Tract will b* offer* 'i
replied, hprt-inaflpr, F. vnl FI' rMnI '
Qlvpky rartieularly apt .
bungalow home of Miss enterprises i-nntnininir, twpntv-nlx ncr, | County : Cr -a), and! iM e.parnt'tt' from the Und I
the m. I. .
less drab than the egg hunt at fur, their .wit : I"i l''ftcit.nry 1 h-rri i> nntrrvrf Novfrnlx 10 "
was great fortunes, must wait 1..1. It" ito namp I prnpprty by F mid, T'rt'lt.'rSy' ,inmt'r. the (S copd Tract
that he had mentioned"By I.i-nme Futch Sunday afternoon ultimate the .. No HI ,mhriiir Lot 8. fill \ ,1.1,0. n' Sppclal ...n"nyno. Then.rfrnt :I'M;: ?" In I tht I flum, ,;f KtrStytluht anti l lloo < Aft i,ptrty. to i lu> H >M on the baa in of on,,*
frt development on por- m I. all 2 I..'. I 5 II. Illk 7 A lx>tn Polhir I rMn | nn.l r'rort'd In
Trunt tlilnl cash, with thi hntunet. In
Compnnv rtrtrn'knin paynbltt
theity, PUI'suing I I WI.ry s\"lessful Quite! a num. manonttttlement' of the winter- 7. lilk s A I...t n 'Hlk 10 A 'Iota' |I. 2.1 Adifunlwtratnr' of the F.a' .. of fl F. f'hnnnry ().l*>r (I."t t (0 t. nyc 701 nf th. tin,'* fiiml| Inntnllinrntn In om>, two ant
( which 1 had' relatives were 4. .. 7. Illk 11. All Illk 12 A L U H. HIS ('tt rr'flt I'll*,* of I Puvnl r'ttunly, .
the thought ber friend Marl" I Mi?"'. 'dppia'pd by di1 dnlpd January 11..1. the,',, yfnrit, with tntfrml at thi rate ofmi.n ,
.1 Lot H in ? I inroln' ( ItySir 1 t
nice time.Mrs. land.For If Ilk "I in I I I'M"' and .nr'.1<. In I Di-td 1 Hnnk itII. )ul.l. cent r annum pnyabli* i mlnnnnnllv
sonwptople fir PI -
meet and a
carted "I hope we'l pit-sent reported the benefit of Honda and t I.- rn, S It :'J R. ajinmni.il' rt. I "clublip" K...r.l. of llrn.lfor.l ii.rl'i'nry I I'.. .nl.r.il' March 12. .,'curl hy a purrha, money
who so much Joe L. of Orlando, Frazil 1 ,utiiy. Florida, alnoFhp 1130. In thi- -urn. of Hindril. i Kiithtvlhri acr'rttanre with th provision
here hav.I't 10wlnl. all other states r'orda: must produce : mortpiatfi in
,
I nml uo.i' (
| Iiollnr" t rfp iNiii t. rpcnnl
plnyinif h.re with her .'. iS.i. 06 nmbrart* l..t H. Jilt Southwtnt nuarl.r of the Northiiarttt of in d i ,ditrr, All persona billing
mon.y I'1 just Re harder i is spi-ndirg nwhle more than what It consumes, I 11 I C."II.I.n..ln, ('I', SPC IJ Tp *, 8. n 2 t nf Spption, T..n'y.fl.' (2ilri .I t In .rimnriry "rtt|i r P'xik I It plir itt'-'. tttt the hindat- .' Itf, 'I) ,,h I m. f K.r.t
around. a bunch we shoul I and parents, Ir. ant W. T. Turner especially foodstuffs, he said. "To E. "r..td W M Alkpn ." ,tphip. I. ', Stiulh if Ranirt' .f th. Ctirrint, ,'.1.1. 'R.'coptin of PII) >H) Tract hfill? I,',, o lth fhi' r.initnion

lost< rtificat. N'o 147 mhracp I.ma 2. I i "I Ii, l-n't. r..n'y. FI..lon : h rtf fit l f'imhii ehurh,
hadn't .i rc.ntynnp .n i r* civ i r n n < r>r r *
.n'.lnln. .
would have had if you ._ date the import record of Florida I Kll I U In inpoln r Ity. so.( 3i, Tp. f ,'' fi.iBern VT.tr.t, .r I. pft .. ,Ton ..- the capital, pinch of '..k" for $t*no no f>n "r to'fr*' hiddmir, at tuchnntl
much on that darned, old I Riv'era. -1! school stands about as follows : more I R 22 K: amiM-iHPd I'nknown.ertVcat r t "n. Her tn the (hurch, : b.ln. thp I I".!.r flnnlt, a cornfirntlon' umlrr thi Inwnof and nil h d II l< ra ,.iIa'l'! nnln. a ifnilnrd.
( Winter Park-$200.000 (' .. No. Ifil tmbracen Lola 4 an* amp pr,n,prty, ..nv.y.,1 by E M John th. Stati* nf InriiJn' rfprnivntf-fl hy d. pmil f CItli I i tt i ,r I hi fori' hidil ntf on
description hond issue voted. than Jl't.OOO.O'iO( worth of bacon 5. lilt I 1.ln..ln City amipmipil I.P. OnliljC .. Hp-clal' Vlnntpr t. The Am.lcn Trunt Stock r.r tffcnt No, 24 |1..1| .. Thi th|, property nina* lifted unit, *'r "qerni,|

He smiled at my vehement Comprehensive bcau1 and pork, mnre than $13,000,000) '.rtifieati' No 159 pmbraepa lAln. A 4 ( .m..nv a corporation .. linlnintrator of Amr.lenn the T.I.t.,. Cnrninny AM lmmltrator Trart. the di-pmitt of the juceHifu| lltil'r,I
Action of Europe : Sebring 7. Illk IS Mnroln City, Unkr nf ,h. h:lalp if O F !ark ,.. dtctuitl : O I. VtArkltll *o b* npplfi| on thi' mull pnymrt on tht*
of the I tiflcntion program for city may beunclttrtaken worth of beef and veal more than .wn_ .M by ilptl riat.l January 1 I. 1U17 and pp.cnrdptl rronl.

'.vhieh I had previously I found so I Chamber of Com- $21,000,000 worth of dairy pro. -rlflcafn. Vo. Jl' mhrara Ldta 5. s In llppd Itnnk 21. p.". A7'*. of therhija trrhlv CrawfuH, and I'fnki-v. Crawfrrl PON It* nf all unftl by worth 4 nr ISIS I In Lincoln C ty. awnwd Alan. Rpcordn of Urailford County, f'lo. 0..0 January 2't 1807 for th* .umof turned to thrm Any nal mad)* hnll t** g
alluring. I ducts more than $ 00,000 Mix.r ,da alan (lullnni ifflO tIlt |. yah1e to itbji-ct to eonfirmHtiiiM, t.9 thi court 3

"Oh, don't worry" he said in nn' nwr.. Construction of $1.- ct poultry $18.( /.Of) worth of 1 r....".... No 211 pmbracra let n of 'Di. Wnt hl of the Northiaxt quartitrH Puncan' ant.) ".rkll. 'tovvthrr with that FRONK IMIE,

be reassuring "we U Wuuchuln- flour and broad and nearly $10000,000 ,- 4 in 1.ln..ln City an>pin.'l Mary Faa *> if NorlhwpMt.. q".t. and ceCqin. mnr"., roil ewla,. in Pram.fri F rf FIMORRW
attempt to I 000 pool and auditorium to I'tk ... th* Sf iithwp.quartur itf th* Vi.nhwi l f .*mty, ,.? *tn .1.! *<* with the not- (O KICK Rr>9OV.

meet plenty of young couples wh who begin"thinI. '," 1.. worth of anned frui PT-I f..-.. V. 1 '. tmbraeen Iota I. niari.r, --IPon Thlrt"*n. Twnihip andir*,nfw) ,m Bo I k "J". fair 610. of 'I.C:: "' 4.21 An ('ornminmtflerl, I a,

and ome
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FRIDAY, APRIL 16( 1926.Makes .
S ADFORD COITNTT TBLJBGRAPH. 8TARKK. FLORIDA !,

t PACK EIGHT .,t uh'\ tae rear Lawty. :'nd ::;:ACRE FARMS KIND pars no rent for this year and .fIt
shall leave' the
"Santa Marian Model ; 'i jfni:.: ..r,,:* <.f i,:""-shine which 1.1 i is OK SUBDIVISION: [ : I !. decided at the that end he of the twel\ .- I,

Bradford County Telegraph .> ,u'i,.d 1 Bi--'i .u wa tran,.por'r :- I Ii I months plot he is allowed to take the l

?' "i- coupe. I 1C.mtmuid t! from !page -,1: I Iu value of hiimp with him, \V"
l ES'I'.1BLISIIED:! IN: I17U II-i: .' '., tt wa. plumed} in jail ThuTS- I full that he- shall ha\:
I
i tc*.t ,in th. ffi' ers when tvi.v 1" have felt until it.ently: that wemight enough only require money to move himself and

Published: Weekly on 1'iida> s and Entered a... :Second Clu..:i. r .' ,1 a fit fallen( jug of liquor I II have a din-it part in solving his family to the farm and to finance
r : ., i.I" ..he- near. where he was furnlln.'aeticed wan
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intensified twelve month
Matter at the Pool Office at Starke, FloridaE. 1 t : himself for /
I r. ..'.-'. ,\ -earch warrant procured such amazing "Uinsbv the passant organization supplieshim
The farm
fir h.:1' fr ,m Judje; (tl"ir[ ye'>. I' of that nation. L'mler proper with mun\ advantage at
and Publisher # terL i:, Tnirn rv:ea:ed the re-I' of but withtcery
S. :Matthews_._Owner conditions, course cost; his ground will be plowed anj
___Managing: EditorSUHSCKII'TION ma1rg: 3 > gallons in the coupe hope of /Rood results! we his cultivated at cost; hut
J. C. Robinson- ) J"1kt" L'' and now the county authorities of unlawful haveBennett ; could locate in many sections of t seeds crops and fertilizers will be supplied
on a charge; industrious national of
this tate I I at cost. Also he will be given
: ="i" HATE pussts-ion and transporting of in other countries who have already ,, expert advice and assistance with
t.'N.eating liquor, demonstrated what can be done the department
Nearly, $1.50; Sly :Months jc-l'a'able; Advance / ic icF The Dixon arrest and came Officer: about Matthews[ whe"Chh.f with small tracts. I' established out charge for from that purpose

Advertising Kates! on Application motorist "I believe that a real "We seek to show him just whatis
*veroi call from a
a
..
.. ana contribU-\\
the
'"' be made to
: tion may his
acreage;
who alleged that Bennett was driv- best to grow upon
recklessly! and had almost caused turalstability of America to set up for him a program of
liradford county will. only have one representative: ( in th' ing him to have an accident. Ben- we do in the next decade It may I farm activity and home development ,

legislature! hereafter, and the voters ol the county hhoulu nett had run off into a .titch. miraculously he a slow process to it does convince not I ; to advise him how with u
.... Stark'- turning his carn'r farmers generally that I reasonable program established in
t. '
carefully choose the man for this important po 'toast' perbrM ) V ut clearing when officers: arrived haigotten require three hundred, and twenty, the beginning, ho and his wife may

Ttlexraph. Whether one or ahaU-dozeri to select care the car hack on the road and.! or even one hundred and sixty I come intoI substantial living'
!
t-houltl be taken in naming those who can do the most: good tor had left it parked! by the roadside. acres to succeed and that much they less / with congenial home and community
the could do much better on associations.. If at the end of
took a (look over
Johnston New= .,.. The police again, is the opportunity
the people.- emp":; car and suspecting some.thing but here, I say the year the candidate is satisfactory -
-0-- wrong, began to search the to render a far-reaching \ to us and we to him, he
offering two excellent examples flashlight. service to modern society. his farm at the price

Honda jut. at this time i is we.n: arty w'th a may purchase
haying
that its Moil! is remarkably fertile and San John T. Crawford Los Aniiole 'worked 84 hour and turned out th The first find was the five gallon I "And it is at this point that! in, previously agreed upon, paying for
to prove hand mad. model of Christopher Columbus' flag thin, the Santa :'oJ. jug, and then the noise in the invested already heavily myfaith it over such period of time as to allow
lord and Plant City are whoring the state that the develop Crawford In shown hoHlni. the mrxVI. bushes caused the officers to start in Florida, having built mY him to meet all the requirements

im-nt ol the surrounding country agriculturally and not along after the supposed bootlegger.: home in one of her finest cities, from the returns on products
of there," were the and, having over a period of yean from the soil.Already .
in solid prosperityanfurd "Come out
line will result
town-lot subdivision total situation and
the analyzed the
\ ulif, Chief Dixon which firstbroke I the pioneers of this project
}\ i is whipping celery by the dozens of carloadThi baby: Left tor Professor the silence, and Bennett came come to an abiding confidence in which we look upon as a great

vegetable has brought to the growers in the district siurr( < -tlowh forth from a well protectedhiding 1',1'' destiny, I have recently"entered soual, as well us agricultural, adventure
one large
commitments.
approximately $. 1 IUUUuo place in a heavy clump of ; 1 into have their cooperative
\
.hipping begun about March: : 4 Twenty four years ago, Mr. Penny -
last week had shipped lJ1Ut! : fJ 4if' bushes 1 'i' '. I the first of his store There is a fine Guernsey
the end of : told the s
to have
I'lant City, up Bennett is said to I' I herd, with four hundred acre,
of strawberries: produced in that immediate vicinity. poll e that he had a pistol and a chair st iat now numbers !t double-fenced( against the tick, anda
quart 07i d 1 tl 1 I.e increased in
in of $767,200 up to that r t. -4: rifle and is said! to have challenged : completely equipped modern
received excess
'nu&rowerl\ : had r, -.rses.sa. them to find them. SearchsThursday I their gross business from $:::1,000to dairy. Think of it!-Green feed,
and Lawtey are also shipping strawberries arid and! yesterdayhave 91,000) annually. For many
time. Starke night I I may be grown here every month of
account of the late cold b failed to reveal the guns. years, he explained, it had seemed Florida has future in
will have a successful! season: on !11ifw!! "Gi I that the plan that had made his the year. a
weather up North. Beans and other vegetables are going fov r ,5" A photograph was taken yesterday company a successful merchandising t dairy products beyond that of
Officer Matthews section of the continent.
Chief Dixon other
of
any
all could be equally I
country and have been moving organization
Okeechobee
Ward irons the the car and the liquor. i successful other lines of endavor "There is a cannery on the tract, I
winter in the southern part of the state. Florida i is: all right Bennett has not been arraigned particularly agriculture! !!, where eventually fruits and vege

agricul rally-Ti meH-Union. before Judge Heirs. "Briefly stated," ho continued, tables will be canned every monthof

f I "this plan is to put a man upon his I the year. And let me say right
II rl t-q Costumer honor, testing him first for his here that I expect to see in this
FLORIDA LEADS NATION=" Sport : ability to do what he it embarking : state within five years coopcrutivamarketing

Automobiles are an indication of prosperity. It is not surprising r- I It II I upon, giving him as much aid instarting I as successfully conduct
; r curried in Cali-
r is and help- ed as it is now on
Florida led the nation in increased number s I as necessary
that last year ; his effort to the fornia.
ing him keep up I
of cars/ with 4C.S( :\ percent gain over 1021, or more than ;,,. .. 9"b 9-- / ..;J.k I hoot standard, by allowing him al- i "The people who are already settled

three times the average i increase for the whole country. Yel wayto work out\ his own salvntiunwth upon this Clay county tract
;, the material that lies about i are of the very highest type th smajority
it is a marvelous record, inasmuch as there are more car him. I came to h..licthat underthis I of thorn graduates of

in use in the United :States:; than all the rest of the world combined. same principle men could be Bereu College in Kentucky, and a
found to take up tiactof lind, real addition to the population of
given a certain amount of IIn'I\\ the Stale :My[ many years of experience I

The record also shows the value of good roads. Georgia, +e Sir ... x kWf4 guidance, taught to keep their I 1 with men who have come

with ninth greater population than 1'lorida but with poorerroads farms up to ii standard and made. up from the ranks In our stores I
did, I that these men, and ,
to --uccec'd. Feeling aI I I'a" !persuade me
had only 18.00S) : cars: compared with our 281i,38K.( :: on the lookout for n place where 1 others of their kind, can be chosenin I

I'londa in fact, was numerically ahead of all Southern state of the ili-t>iiilnii-iit ul Eriulish philology could try out the M<'n." t much the same way and assistedto
Kennedy
except North Carolina, the pioneer, in road building, which haHI0,287 -, 9rd iur Unlvrrall Arthur Q Stanford Calif fount u now kimj of radio battery Mr.[ Penny explained that fie finally a similar degree of Independencethrough
Sq4kqd in a rudu tmtteiy Ixia on nix duurdlep.| Inside the box found the land he was ..ear'h.1 a corresponding form of
cars.For bl..Kold hnhv tn.v ing for a tract of approximately farm development."Just .
1 the United :States:; there is one automobile foj -- 120,000 acres in Clay county, thir- as our managers own the

with .1.! ;, JacksonvilleFor the sixteenth ty miles southwest of Jacksonville. stores and just as the companydoes
above the :
people to a car. That is: there are enough autos owned here! Line Railway in February exceeded r land are now cleared and available portation, the personnel employ

t .,o that the entire population' could go( for a ride at the same the corresponding month in ;;; I., r t, with a house, a shed and fencing: ment and the like, nnd gives a mar- ,
the previous year in gross revenue, in plots of two and a half, five and, ket service that no individual store I
time. the state >'hnmbrr of commerce'' has :, twenty acres each. He explainedin could
California i is still ahead on the per capita basis: havingone been ndvixcd,I The February gross a. detail the kind of settlers he I Florida it is our purpose, to sot up

for 2.'.) followed by Iowa, Nevada, Kanfas ] was $5l'In': !9i:> an increase of I fought, thi methods'" adopted in i i and administer a back-to-thc-soil
car every persons
$9'11,09'( over Felmi.m.. l' :2".. placing them on the tracts end the :I enterprise that shall help open Anew
and Oregon, the last two each having one car to four peo- assistance offered them. I agricultural epoch in the United -

pie. I r.l. 't qt r ,,4.. "First of nil we are looking for.I States and, that must result in
I .L men who will measure: up to the every great permanent advantagnus -
With continued prosperity, and road building still being POINTED PINE F standard. To find them, we have to us all

rapidly advanced( more records will bo made by Florida this PARAGRAPHSby representatives seeking personal "The corporate service to our
". interviews with interested parties btoie-owmng managers is profit
year. I ''f and placing before them just whatwe able to every one concerned, be-
O. H. L. Wernicka
1'io.spirity' is not the only thing indicated. Florida, weekLy PrtmiJmnt have to offer. We want young, cause it makes the store manager

week has been ahead or near the top in number of killed Pine Institute of America, Inc. \ or comparatively young men who 'j more effective and, a better pro
y have had some farming experience, ducer and therefore adds to the
and wounded in traffic accidents, indicating that officers and Some land-owners, went before a I S k who are cl'alIn their habits and general worth of the whole corpora

courts are not vigilant enough or that there is an increasing: I legislative committee to get: a law I whose alreadyestablished, industrywill ation. And so in the farm project,

number} of ignorant and incompetent drivers.-Tampa Tri I malo'hut organization do you ? a41''YAf A bring them to a point abreastof the corporation will receive its
represent" they were asked. I : their opportunity. I compensation ultimately out ot the
bune. ; I -1 "Frankly we are not interested increased value of the land it has
I 'None", they said. "We are citI- .a rna .V ; in immediately selling the land. We I for sale by demonstrating to the
--p-- and this is good and much I ,;-
zens a
I At the farmer that he and
(;OI'IItNMI N'1' BE'O\II: : (; :SOCIALISTIC;( : : needed law to SATO the forests". work upon for one jear. : can grow better
I offer the men we select a plot tI I more profitable crops; in other!
If there i is un> thing on earth that sets" the reactionary They did not get their law. I Thl charming sport costume will end of the year he may take it over words the corporation will prosper:

politician wild l with frenzy it is anything savoring of social- Walking back to their hotel one \ N found useful for three neojjonu by purchase if we are mutually by making tha: farmer a more profitable

ism. Naturally one would look to the average politician as of them in his anger, switched his spring dimmer and fall. satisfied with one another lie producer for himself."

cane at several wasps killing them. .
"
consistent in his" antagonism to what he regards: as a false I They passed, a bee hive I' Thi man h.on - --- --- ------- -
I
doctrine The fact is that they are not all consistent On "Why don't you take a crack at I care of than Roi Fr='"=====5 :::- --=
"';;
the contrary they are decidely socialistic in their treatmentof I the bees too?" he was naked captain William of C. PI"th' i uBureau

till newspapers and printers, of the United State "I should nay not", he cried."They're : nf Kn. .
..
organizedr'PEN at Wnshinu '
The government, whatever that term may mean, has of the paper, ni>"'

joiuinto: the printing business in competition with the smallnewspapers !

of the nation upon which the said government ULL'S
AINES\II.LK; OFFICERS
depend' :* for support in time of war and for propaganda in POINTERS STOREi
M.1KE LHICOR If,\UI: IN
tune of peace. The government prints return cards on envelopes i
runiiiiiOfGii! ursiiEslion i
and deals! in envelope, stock as well as postage stamps.
The This is peculiarly a private business} in direct antagonism to In the I'nlted Slalecr milt' nnd Matthews Arrest Law. ,

the punters who depend such business as part of their 10 l>. mnnmoie than enough H
upon : a a a ley Manhvn Hum U Found

j income A puftlllHl, U one who live ori Near: Car; Total of 10 Factory Shipment Of
of a hand to'moult, vxlMtvnro
The reactionary politicians arc in absolute control of the a I a Gallons Retrieved.Gthiesville .

trovetnineiit. Tli, government: I is: printing envelopes: simply To be a nnMned expert In ore.chosen April 11.-Chief of
trnile h* mull learn
nnd solely because the lawmakers have made it possible to bottom unlrs of course<< h. mrlvvil, I police Jc D. Dixon: and 'Motircy HARNESS
le Officer Bob :Matthews weren't
lo be a .wlrumo.r I
\ for the unfair and un-American
do so. They are responsible a I hunt'ng r.bblt lute Thursday night

method of monopolizing great private enterprise and freeing /, A baby cry mort often I* It'll oOhctlonable I It i when they rounded. up an object'
than the almilnii ot It. i bushos I III
out competition.The which; was rustling thru the
t fnretit* tr>'mg to make It ..tugI I
II ut the feat of Ninth street In the
aThu.
government not only prints the envelopes for prac- I 18 the lime of the year ....hen'lPo.rumen triangle of Ir.nd between the Arch.cr This harness Is bought under the market and will be sold that

tically nothing, but it transports them all over the nation ( pity no attention to "Noign I road, the detour and Ninth st. way. We have been very fortunate this week in securing

free of charge and then requires the postmasters to net as: a t I' f'.hlnllh' .\ }1 I The little haul netted C. B. Ben- some Craig's Early seed corn some Blue Goose Peas, N. C.

pelting agency and supply the market locally, taking the business : I Seed Peanuts and other seed needed at just this time.

: away from the local printers. This directly affects the have the government furnish us our groceries and clothing :
I 'I We keep a clean stock of Groceries and fruit all the time.A .
income of the newspapers in the small towns and communities and other things? There is no doubt that with its buying
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making it harder for them to make a living and pay their povvt-r and transportation facilities it could save' us half or iI j nice selection of candy. Fertilizers that make big crops.

overhead.The I moro on everything we cat nnd wear and use and it is just I Feed, Crates, Hardware; The John Deere Plow. The best

past year, from December 1, 1021) I, to December 1. reasonable: :\ to ask that the government furnish: our printed. of all.

1925: the Covina postmaster sold 112,300! ; envelopes with in- envelopes.The I 1 have a fine Jersey heifer for sale, also a Jersey calf-taught
vidual request' and 10,000 office request making a total of entire newspaper' fraternity is awakening and it is! drink milk.
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182,500 envelopes which should have been printed by Covina hoped that something will be done at Washington to right thisenormous : I

printers. This is an outrage which, if it touched any other wrong: A bill has been prepared by the National

L business, would cause complaint that would be heard in Editorial Association which will be presented in the present ; N. B. HULL, Prop.'to .

Washington in now uncertain terms. congress: and it is hoped that enough pressure may be broughtto

The printers and newspaper men would not complain if ht.ar i>
the process were extended to include: other products. Why not -Covina (Cal.) Citizen.eatn..ayrar.raa. -






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